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Mission Statement Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is dedicated to the education of students in medicine, health and behavioral sciences. The College fosters the growth of the osteopathic profession by training physicians through programs of study guided by osteopathic medical tradition, concept and practice. Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is committed to the advancement of knowledge and intellectual growth through teaching and research, and to the well-being of the community through leadership and service.

E D U C AT I O N A L G O A L S The College’s educational goals focus on presenting high-quality, comprehensive programs of study that embrace the following expectations of student learning: • Students will demonstrate a central core of biomedical or behavioral science knowledge in their field of study, including theory, foundations, clinical skills and applied clinical/ practical applications as appropriate to the specific academic program. • Students will demonstrate communication skills through clinical assessments, group discussion and/or written or oral presentation in their respective fields. • Students will demonstrate an understanding of scientific inquiry by designing, conducting, presenting or interpreting research in their field of study as appropriate to their academic program. • Students will identify, retrieve, understand, analyze, synthesize and apply information collected from various sources and in varied formats, including those requiring skills in the use of information technology.


Chair & President’s Message Of late, professional, state and federal bodies have been calling for greater accountability and transparency in higher education with emphasis on institutional effectiveness and student learning outcomes. Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) is proud to be on the leading edge of these calls, as its self-assessment has been ongoing for many years, preceding external pressures. Through its Mission and guiding Strategic Plan, PCOM has always been a learning institution in the truest sense—continually discovering what we do best, finding the means to continually improve and evaluating and reevaluating our effectiveness. From our visions, come our outcomes. Our approach to quality assurance has extended to the growth of sustainability initiatives in our campus operations and a strengthening of our security, emergency preparedness and crisis management practices. It has allowed us to take bold steps to suppress rates of tuition increase and to expand need-based scholarship aid for our students. And it has renewed our commitment to build and sustain collaborative relationships and strategic partnerships with institutions and organizations that form a strong infrastructure of support for our programs in Pennsylvania and Georgia. All of these endeavors flourish in a climate of respect and collegiality that is PCOM’s hallmark. We thank every member of our community for continuing commitment to PCOM. That commitment makes possible our ongoing success and leadership in osteopathic medical education and the health and behavioral sciences. We invite you to share any ideas you have for the College as our community continues to move forward.

With warmest regards,

Paul W. McGloin, CPA, LLD (Hon.) Chair, Board of Trustees

Matthew Schure, PhD President and Chief Executive Officer

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Outcomes Indicators for Academic Programs As a facet of its Strategic Plan and prior to the Spellings Commission’s call for greater accountability and transparency of academic measures in higher education, PCOM has embarked on an effort to create and implement College- and program-wide assessment reports through the use of a variety of assessments and outcomes indicators.

D A S H B O A R D I N D I C AT O R S : A B A S E L I N E T O I N F O R M I N S T I T U T I O N A L A C C O U N TA B I L I T Y Akin to the dashboard gauges of an automobile that reflect the car’s performance and operational ranges at a glance, dashboard indicators, visual models of progress measured against appropriate benchmarks, help to monitor the collective operations of the College. Such assessment tools provide a multimodal approach to analyzing data and report on a combination of outcomes-based information such as enrollment and retention, student perceptions, student learning, degree completion, board exam scores, pass rates on licensure examinations, internship acceptance rates, employer surveys, and post-graduation achievements. These indicators stress the inherent interrelationships between evaluation and program implementation, determining whether specific academic program initiatives are having the impact intended, whether desired outcomes are being met or whether there are any unexpected developments. Data collected can also form the basis for a summative evaluation conducted at a future date.

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“Updated annually, these assessments are excellent qualitative and quantitative indicators of our DO and graduate programs’ effectiveness,” reports Robert G. Cuzzolino, EdD, vice president for graduate programs and planning. “They help to identify strengths and weaknesses in student achievement, and they illustrate how well our students are acquiring competencies in relation to their academic programs. As such, they provide quality assurance for our institution.” Robert A. DiTomasso, PhD, chair, department of psychology, and chair of the Student Learning Outcomes Committee, was among the first to use dashboard indicators at the College for the psychology graduate programs in 1999 during preparation for American Psychological Association accreditation. “Dashboard indicators determine the impact of our teaching and curriculum strategies at various stages. Our measures are obtained at the time of student program entry, during program learning, and at program completion and beyond. Each of our programs has specific goals and objectives; by measuring ongoing progress, faculty and staff can eliminate the risk of waiting until students have experienced an entire program to assess likely outcomes.” For example, some of the data Dr. DiTomasso has collected has been used to hone the clinical psychology doctoral program. “Among our findings was a recommendation to move the research sequence into the first year of study to enable students to begin their theses projects earlier, thus reducing the time and expense it takes to complete the program.”

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PCOM’s enhanced assessments support appraisal workflow management and accreditation compliance. Outcomes indicators allow senior administrators and program directors to view appraisals and see where specific academic areas are in the review process. Such assessments allow the College to determine top competencies and trends across the institution to provide quality assurance.

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An internal study of COMLEX I scores has resulted in the development of a unique criteria model for identifying the characteristics that differentiate the academic performance of osteopathic medical students who pass the exam versus those who fail on the first attempt. The six-step model outlines a profile of risk factors for COMLEX difficulty. In application, it is an evidence-based approach for the admissions process, assisting in more subjective screenings of candidates. Likewise, it can inform the development of an early identification system and additional support for students.

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Sustainability Initiatives & Safe Campus Environments Institutions of higher learning are in a unique position to instill environmental stewardship and campus safety practices. PCOM is dedicated—through its Mission—to the advancement of sustainable practices in its campus operations. It has also increased its focus on strengthening security on its campuses, emergency preparedness, and crisis management.

REEXAMINING PRACTICES IN EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT In the aftermath of the Virginia Tech tragedy, in which a student killed 32 people and then turned a gun on himself, leaders of higher educational institutions have been impelled to reexamine their crisis preparedness efforts. In 2007, PCOM implemented e2Campus messaging, a Web-based mass notification service. It was termed “P.E.N.S.,” short for the PCOM Emergency Notification System. The alert system has the capacity to send a message simultaneously to subscribers’ mobile phones, e-mail addresses and/or telephone voice mailboxes. Seventy-six percent of students, faculty and staff on the PCOM and GA–PCOM campuses are enrolled in P.E.N.S. As of fall 2008, all new students were required to create an account during orientation. In addition, state-of-the-art security surveillance systems have been enhanced on the Philadelphia and Georgia campuses as well as at the PCOM Healthcare Center facilities. Other advanced measures include increased police presence on the Philadelphia campus, forthcoming in-house supervision of PCOM and GA–PCOM security staff, installation of public annunciator systems outside all campus buildings, and remote lock-down capabilities for campus sites.

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“You never know what the crisis situation is going to be,” notes Richard Kralle, director, security and public safety, who leads a campus team on emergency preparedness. “Organized action—from disaster preparedness through mitigation, response and recovery—is the strongest line of defense in an emergency incident. PCOM is committed to protecting the health and safety of all students, staff, faculty and visitors at all College facilities.” A PCOM Emergency Preparedness Plan establishes a guide for College personnel responders, outlining procedures for encountered situations as well as campus evacuation maps and lists of local and federal resources. A comprehensive Crisis Communications Plan delineates protocols for ensuring that appropriate notification is made during and after public safety emergencies or issue crises. The plan emphasizes prompt communication by senior officials and response team leaders within the College and among the College, the media and the public. “By being proactive with our plan—and reviewing it annually with key administrators and responders—we hope to improve awareness of urgent communications,” remarks Wendy Romano, director, marketing and communications.

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Since 2006, PCOM’s Department of Plant Operations, led by Frank H. Windle, director, plant operations, has been evaluating College facilities and energy usage. Among their savings initiatives has been the implementation of a unique plan for peak demand energy times—deploying an auxiliary generator and bidding load reduction capabilities real-time on the open market. In 2007-2008, these two initiatives saved the College $50,000. A dual-fuel usage plan, embracing alternative fuels and blended fuels, has likewise resulted in cost savings: $150,000 in 2007-2008.

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As of this fall, the College is engaged in a survey of its existing condition that will lead to the development of a master sustainability plan, a concerted process to reduce PCOM’s impact on the environment. The Institutional environmental Safety and Health Committee, a College-wide task force, is working to develop the action plan in collaboration with the community. The College presently promotes environmental awareness through its continuous expansion of a recycling program that includes plastic, aluminum and printer cartridge recycling in addition to paper product recycling. Over 6,500 pounds of recycling waste collection is projected for this fiscal year.

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Suppressing Tuition Increases Through its Strategic Plan, PCOM has taken bold action to suppress rates of tuition increase and to expand need-based scholarship, grant programs and lender aid in order to reduce student indebtedness. For the past five years, osteopathic medical students have experienced a reduction in the percentage of tuition increases.

FOCUS U PON ACCESS AN D AFFOR DAB I LITY Medical student debt is threatening to become untenable for young physicians. According to a recent report published by the American Association of Medical Colleges, it is estimated that over 86 percent of graduates carry educational debt. Forty-one percent of students with educational debt report the principle in excess of $150,000; a minority report debts as high as $350,000. “Of the many challenges we face today, none is more important than tuition increase suppression and relief,” says Matthew Schure, PhD, president and CEO. “We have set the focus of our Strategic Plan toward this cause, and for the past five years our osteopathic medical students have experienced a reduction in the percentage of tuition increases. It is paramount that our students retain the freedom to fulfill their professional aspirations rather than make career choices based on their debt levels.” Need-based aid is at the highest level in the College’s history. Nearly 60 percent of PCOM medical students receive funding from College scholarships, supplemental scholarships and grants, graduate fellowships, and private lender programs, filling the shortfall between the amount of money students receive from federally funded programs and the cost of tuition. PCOM’s Board of Trustees has pledged its commitment to further student debt reduction by allocating the investment proceeds from the College’s recent land sale to need-based grants.

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“We continue to pursue ways to make sure PCOM’s doors are open to students of talent and promise, whatever their financial means,” remarks Dr. Schure. In addition, The Fund for PCOM, a reliable $1 million unrestricted annual fund, supports direct operational costs for enhanced programming. The Fund is supported by 19 percent of PCOM alumni, 51 percent of faculty and staff, 100 percent of trustees and 100 percent of the Alumni Association directors. “The Fund for PCOM allows us to enhance our academic and administrative programming while preserving a minimal tuition increase each year,” states Florence Zeller, MPA, CFRE, vice president for alumni relations and development. The Fund is disbursed on a current-use basis to meet some of the College’s most vital initiatives: strengthening clinical and graduate medical education programs, sustaining groundbreaking research studies, adding faculty resources, acquiring advanced simulator training technologies, and implementing a conversion to electronic medical records in the PCOM Healthcare Centers.

SCHOOL AS LE N DE R SCHOLARS H I P PROG RAM

The PCOM Federal Stafford Loan Program, offered through KeystoneBest, generated funds for the School as Lender Scholarship for five years beginning in 2004-2005. The program presented benefits to both students and the institution, as it was designed to offer students the most affordable Federal Stafford Loans available in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. At the same time, the loans provided substantial scholarship funds for the College. Recipients were selected based on institutional need and the availability of funds. In the academic year ending in June, 565 students received grants from the scholarship fund for a total of $2,379 million. While market conditions temporarily caused suspension of the program, the recently reauthorized Higher Education Act allows the program to continue.

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Instituted by the Board of Trustees, this new challenge grant program requires the class as a group to raise a minimum of $10,000. Once this minimum is met, each additional dollar is matched by the Board, up to $100,000. When total funds raised reach $50,000, a scholarship, named in honor of the class, is established. The Class of 1958 was the first to meet the challenge grant, endowing a scholarship that currently totals $111,146.

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Collaborative Relationships & Strategic Partnerships PCOM is committed to building and sustaining collaborative relationships and strategic partnerships with institutions and organizations that form an infrastructure for support of medical education and graduate education programs. Such relationships secure competitiveness and long-term success.

STE M M I N G TH E TI D E O F P HYS I C IAN S H O RTAG E S Numerous studies have predicted that U.S. physician workforce levels are not sufficient to meet the increase in demand for services that will result from aging and chronically ill populations. By the year 2020, this growing shortage could exceed 85,000 physicians, according to a recent study released by the Council on Graduate Medical Education. Some experts have projected a shortfall as high as 200,000. To make up for the projected deficit, the American Medical Association has committed to “work to develop mechanisms, including identification of funding sources, to create medical school and residency positions in or adjacent to physician shortage/underserved areas and in undersupplied specialties.” “We all must be concerned with the potential endangerment of patient access to health care, the affordability of care and the quality of care,” notes Kenneth J. Veit, DO ’76, MBA, senior vice president for academic affairs and dean. “PCOM has been on the leading edge of addressing physician workforce needs in Pennsylvania, and now in Georgia and the South through its branch campus.” Because of admissions increases at many medical schools, graduate training opportunities are often disjointed. Yet, countering this popular trend, PCOM retains students in Pennsylvania by exposing them to and matching them into internships and residencies in a consortium of affiliated hospitals known as PCOM MedNET. “Strong hospital systems within PCOM MedNET appeal to many of our best and brightest young physicians,” notes Richard A. Pascucci, DO ’75, vice dean for clinical education and executive director, PCOM MedNET.

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More than 60 percent of the osteopathic medical class of 2008 has opted to remain in the Commonwealth for graduate medical education. And over 100 of these graduates have selected a PCOM MedNET partner at which to continue their education. Their selected disciplines include those areas of greatest need: family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics and obstetrics/gynecology. “The aim is to equip our interns and residents with the knowledge, skills and values necessary to provide high-quality medical care. Their training experiences reinforce their professional ties in Pennsylvania, and oftentimes present them with practice opportunities that are close to home, family and friends,” says Dr. Pascucci. In fact, PCOM provides the Commonwealth with more physicians than any other medical school. Approximately 2,400 alumni practice in 64 counties throughout Pennsylvania— including many disadvantaged communities in urban and rural areas. PCOM is also playing a role in the creation of new residencies in Georgia through a collaborative effort with the Georgia Physician Workforce Investment Board as well as advocacy efforts at the state and federal levels. As the College prepares to graduate its first osteopathic medical class from the Georgia campus, it recognizes the importance of graduate training opportunities in fulfilling its mission of educating physicians for service in the South.

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Among PCOM’s five joint-degree collaborations is a novel partnership with Brenau University, Gainesville, Georgia. In July 2008, PCOM and Brenau co-constructed a five-year accelerated BS/MS degree in physician assistant studies. Students will complete a three-year specialized pre-professional program at Brenau and then relocate to Philadelphia to complete classroom-based study in PCOM’s physician assistant program. For the fifth year of the combined program, students will return to Georgia for clinical education at Georgia-based institutions. The affiliation may ultimately create spots for 15 Brenau students each year.

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Bridging the Gaps: Community Health Internship Program links the training of health and social service professionals with the provision of health-related services and patient advocacy for underserved and economically disadvantaged populations. At PCOM, the program is a seven-week learning experience available to DO students. In 2007-2008, PCOM students served community sites including Bartram Beacon; Congreso de Latinos Unidos, Inc.; Covenant House Pennsylvania; Intercommunity Action, Inc.; New Directions for Women, Inc.; and Philadelphia Veterans Multi-Service and Education Center.

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Report of Donors Stronger Philanthropy Strengthening College Standing The students of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, the Board of Trustees, administration, faculty and staff are pleased to recognize and thank all of the alumni, friends, parents, foundations and corporate citizens who made a financial contribution to the College. Because of your gifts, PCOM continues to promote the spirit of osteopathic medicine in its teaching programs, its basic and clinical research programs, and its five community Healthcare Centers. During the period of July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008, a total of $1,864,999 was raised in cash gifts for the College. It is an honor to celebrate and recognize in these pages the donors who made these gifts, and who help to sustain the College’s mission and strategic efforts.

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DID IT TOG ETHER — AGAIN ”: ANNUAL FUND TOPS $1 MILLION For the second consecutive year, more than $1 million was contributed to the Unrestricted Annual Fund. Reaching this milestone, the College can continue to rely on supportive alumni and friends to fund critical needs. These funds, totaling $1,031,771, build teaching, research and student services while allowing the College to sustain minimal tuition increases. INCREASE IN LEADERSHIP SUPPORT REFLECTS PRIDE IN PCOM

Each and every gift given to PCOM is important; increased participation rates help the College earn private foundation and corporate support. In particular, leadership donors reflect a special connection to the College. The College appreciates the extraordinary commitment of the following donors:

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Richard Koch, DO ’38, 1988 recipient of the O.J. Snyder Memorial Medal, made an unrestricted gift of $61,000 in memory of family and friends and in honor of his 70th year Reunion.

The Hassman Family Scholarship was completed by a gift of $27,000 from Howard Hassman, DO ’83. Harvey and Maddy Rovinsky, owners of Bernie Robbins Fine Jewelry, and parents of Julia Ann Rovinsky, a clinical psychology student, made a pledge of $25,000 to support the Department of Psychology’s Friday lecture series. The College has renamed the series the Rovinsky Family Lectureship in honor of this gift. Mr. Rovinsky also contributed a piece of jewelry from the Bernie Robbins collection to the PCOM Golf Classic.

The Zedeck Family Foundation, under the leadership of Murray Zedeck, DO ’62, continues to support the College’s Unrestricted Annual Fund with a gift of $100,000, towards its $500,000 pledge. Faculty and staff of the College made pledges and gifts totaling $99,055 to support the Unrestricted Annual Fund and other College initiatives. PCOM’s Board of Trustees supported the Unrestricted Annual Fund with gifts of $185,000, and provided an additional $119,000 to other programs and scholarships.

Carol Ware Gates, granddaughter of the late C. Paul Snyder, DO ’10, awarded a $20,930 grant from the Marian S. Ware Charitable Lead Annuity Trust to support fibromyalgia research in PCOM’s Human Performance and Biomechanics Laboratory.

For the first time, the Alumni Association of PCOM Board of Directors reached 100 percent participation in Unrestricted Annual Fund giving.

In addition, the College was honored with gifts of $10,000 to $25,000 from these President’s Fellows:

Trustee John Kearney and his wife, Lois, continued to support the scholarship they endowed, the John D. Kearney Memorial Scholarship, and pledged an additional $50,000 to bring the scholarship to a total of $300,000. The Kearney family established the scholarship in memory of their son who died while trying to rescue a fellow first-year DO student who had fallen from the edge of a canyon trail in Sedona, Arizona.

J. Steven Blake, DO ’89 Ronald R. Blanck, DO ’67 Gerald E. Dworkin, DO ’81 Joseph Farrell, DO ’78 Arthur G. Kurtze, Jr., DO ’60 Karen & Herb Lotman, LLD (The Karen & Herbert Lotman Foundation) Douglas E. Mazzuca, DO ’83 Faith T. Scholnick, DO ’84, & Fred P. Schwaibold, DO ’84 Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Schure

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SUMMARY OF GIFTS RECEIVED DONORS

Unrestricted Annual Fund Restricted DO Student Scholarship Fund (Phonathon) Academic Leadership Master Facilities Named Scholarships & Awards Special Events Total

AMOUNTS

1,219

$ 1,031,771

939 60 4 93 74

179,366 88,021 11,050 373,625 181,166

1,919*

$ 1,864,999

* Total does not calculate because of multiple gifts from single donors.

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Extraordinary Gifts TO S U P P O RT S C H O L AR S H I P S AN D R E S EAR C H AT P C O M :

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brodsky (The Adolph and Rose Levis Foundation) Gene B. Chaiken, LLD (Almo Corporation) Lita Indzel Cohen, Esq., & Stanley S. Cohen, Esq. George O. Faerber, DO ’61 Roy L. Gorin, DO ’72 Bruce Kornberg, DO ’78 Karen and Herb Lotman, LLD (The Karen & Herbert Lotman Foundation) Ronald A. Pieringer, PhD Carol Szutowicz (Mrs. Michael Szutowicz, DO ’72)

2008 R E U N I O N G IVI N G P R O G R AM This year, PCOM received $331,015 through the Reunion Giving program. Reunion class giving was directed to the Unrestricted Annual Fund except for donations collected by the class of 1958.

Through a new 50-Year Class Scholarship Challenge established by the PCOM Board of Trustees, the Class of 1958 endowed the Class of 1958 Scholarship with gifts and matching funds totaling $111,146. Michael Holt, DO ’58, contributed $25,000 of this amount, and Leonard M. Popowich, DO ’58, contributed $10,000 to the new scholarship.

FOU N DATION AN D COR PORATE S U PPORT

REUNION GIVING TO THE UNRESTRICTED ANNUAL FUND

In addition to the family foundations, the College continued to receive scholarship support from The Benjamin and Mary Siddons Measey Foundation in the amount of $35,000, the Lancaster Osteopathic Health Foundation in the amount of $76,667, and The Philadelphia Foundation in the amount of $15,000.

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1933 1938 1943 1953 1958• 1963 1968 1973 1978 1983 1988 1993 1998 2003

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The annual phonathon continues to be a critical source of financial aid for osteopathic medical students. The week-long phonathon and follow-up mail campaign raised almost $180,000 for the DO scholarship fund. Half of the contributions were immediately earmarked as financial aid grants; the other half was deposited into the DO Student Scholarship Trust Fund. Nearly $170,000 in DO student scholarships was distributed this year. P C O M G O LF C L AS S I C

The 2007 Golf Classic, held at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania, netted more than $100,000 for the five PCOM Healthcare Centers that provide care for underserved communities in urban Philadelphia and rural Sullivan County. This year, the proceeds are supporting a new administrative position. The coordinator of human health resources will assist patients in the Philadelphia Healthcare Centers.

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$250 $62,250 $250 $600 $61,632 $18,770 $9,800 $13,600 $90,143 $48,135 $15,125 $6,550 $2,850 $1,060

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25% 33% 7% 6% 68% 33% 23% 16% 35% 21% 12% 8% 7% 4%

Class of 1958 Scholarship Fund

Robert D. Gober, DO ’78, challenged his class to reach 100 percent participation in annual giving to celebrate their 30-year reunion. He matched all gifts up to $100 and made an honorary donation for those who could not contribute. Including Dr. Gober’s gift of $31,000, the Class of 1978 not only reached the highest participation rate (35 percent) of all the five-year reunion classes supporting the Unrestricted Annual Fund, but they also raised the most—$90,143. The total amount contributed to all funds from 36 percent of the class was $103,937.

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1899 Society Rosemary C. Papa & Richard M. Papa, DO ’75+ Parkview Hospital Physicians Nicholas C. Pedano, DO ’61 Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association Foundation The Pew Charitable Trusts The Philadelphia Coca-Cola Bottling Company The Philadelphia Foundation Poly Probe, Inc. The Roosevelt Investment Group Jay R. Rosan, DO ’71 The Anna & Isidore Roseman Foundation Idell & Marvin L. Rosner, DO ’57 M. Kimberly Rupert, PhD & Sara Somers Rupert, RN ’33+ Estate of Mr. Herman E. Schnaebele The Scholler Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Schure William J. Strowhouser, DO ’84 Stephen Szalay, DO ’34 & Dorothy Szalay Trusts TeraRecon, Inc. Geraldine Rafferty Terry, RN ’45 Estate of Foster C. True, DO ’22 United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania Frieda O. Vickers, DO ’39+ & Major James G. Vickers (US Army Ret.)+ Wachovia Bank National Associates Mrs. Marian S. Ware+ The William Penn Foundation Estate of C. Eugene Wilson, DO ’50 Lois Goorley Wood, DO ’24 Memorial Trust, Estate of I. Trumbull Wood Galen S. Young, Sr., DO ’35+ Estate of Mrs. Ethel Yunginger Estate of Lewis M. Yunginger, DO ’35 Zedeck Family Foundation, Inc. Murray Zedeck, DO ’62

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine is pleased to identify and thank donors who have reached the cumulative giving level of $50,000 or more. Named to honor the year the College was founded, the 1899 Society recognizes PCOM’s donors who have reached that level of support. These benefactors receive invitations to major events and further recognition in donor lists.▲

Anonymous The Alumni Association of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine American Osteopathic Foundation Wayne Arnold, DO ’80 Michael F. Avallone, Sr., DO ’59+ Ms. Florence Gertrude Baker+ Estate of Mrs. Frederic H. Barth John W. Becher, DO ’70 J. Steven Blake, DO ’89 Blank Rome LLP, Counselors at Law Aaron Brenner Charitable Trust Estate of Walter R. Cavagnaro, DO ’61 Gene B. Chaiken, LLD City Avenue Hospital Physicians James F. Conroy, DO ’65 Pat C. DiTommaso, DO ’80 Mr. Dalck Feith+ Leonard H. Finkelstein, DO ’59 Daniel V. Friedmann, DO ’46+ Estate of Helen Haedrich Fritz Estate of Samuel Getlen, DO ’26 Larry I. Gilderman, DO ’72 Harry Ginsburg, DO ’42+ Robert D. Gober, DO ’78 Estate of J. Henry Goldner, Jr., DO ’33 & Katherine M. Goldner Roy L. Gorin, DO ’72 Estate of David Green, DO ’37 Estate of Mrs. Winifred S. Guest Estate of Mr. Merritt W. Hallowell Carol L. Henwood, DO ’83 Estate of Richard M. Hiestand, DO ’42 Estate of Blanche Amy Hylander & George B. Hylander, DO ’36

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Institute for the Advancement of Medical Science Estate of Anna C. Johnson, DO ’28 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Kearney William M. King, DO ’62+ Richard S. Koch, DO ’38 Bruce Kornberg, DO ’78 Estate of Herman R. Kramm, DO ’36 Edna G. Kynett Memorial Foundation, Inc. Lambda Omicron Gamma, Caduceus Chapter Lancaster Osteopathic Health Foundation The Adolph and Rose Levis Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Brodsky Estate of Robert R. Lewis, DO ’26 Barbara & Arnold S. Lincow, DO ’76 Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback Foundation Ms. Nancy C. Loeb & Mr. Jeffrey D. Colman Karen & Herb Lotman, LLD Bernard F. Master, DO ’66 Robert S. Maurer, DO ’62 John J. McPhilemy, DO ’78 The Benjamin & Mary Siddons Measey Foundation Frederick R. Melhorn, DO ’56 Meridian Bank New Jersey Association of Osteopathic Physicians & Surgeons Estate of Mr. Floyd S. Norton The OMCP Auxiliary Oxford Foundation, Inc.

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Andrew Taylor Still Legacy Society Named in honor of the “father of osteopathic medicine,” PCOM’s Andrew Taylor Still Legacy Society recognizes those who have made gift provisions for the College in their estate plans. The simplest and most common planned gift is through a will or bequest; however, there are several estate plan vehicles. Each is as unique as the donor—often enabling donors to contribute more than they thought possible and to enjoy the satisfaction of giving while increasing their personal tax refund or reducing taxes they would otherwise owe come April 15. Charitable gift annuities, remainder trusts

A CHARITABLE GIFT ANNUITY IS A WIN-WIN SITUATION

BECOMING A MEMBER

If you have already made a planned gift provision for PCOM and have not yet notified the College, please consider letting us know so that we may include you as a member of the Andrew Taylor Still Legacy Society. We would like to thank you for your meaningful gift and acknowledge your participation in publications. This may encourage others to review their estate plans and inspire individuals to make a lasting legacy for future generations at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine. Andrew Taylor Still Legacy Society members are also invited to the annual reception of the President’s Leadership Circle. PCOM’s development staff is available to help donors find and, in cooperation with the appropriate advisors, construct the best plan for everyone concerned. TO LEARN MORE, CONTACT:

Scott P. Righter Special Gifts Officer, PCOM 4180 City Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19131-1695 215-871-6120/800-739-3939 scottr@pcom.edu

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and lead trusts offer donors the added benefits of a life-income option and considerable flexibility to estate and tax planning. Naming PCOM as owner and beneficiary of a life insurance policy may be advantageous in carrying out the donor’s philanthropic and personal goals. The same can be said for designating the College as either a primary or contingent beneficiary of an IRA, 401(k) or other retirement account. Donors will avoid significant income and estate tax liability

When you establish a charitable gift annuity with Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine you make a significant charitable contribution to the College while you receive guaranteed life-long earnings. Charitable gift annuity programs are some of the best financial planning opportunities now available. HERE’S HOW AN ANNUITY WORKS:

• Donate $10,000 or more to PCOM. • Your gift is fully invested, managed and administered by our bank partner. • A portion of your gift is eligible for an immediate income tax charitable deduction. • You can reduce and defer capital gains tax by donating appreciated securities. • PCOM guarantees to pay a fixed amount for the lifetime of one or two people. • Part of the annuity payment may be tax-free.

• Generally, payout rates are very attractive. The American Council on Gift Annuities determines the rates, which vary according to the value of the initial gift, the number of beneficiaries and their age. • Upon your death (and the second beneficiary, if applicable), the portion of the gift that has not been used to make annuity payments (the “remainder”) is added to The PCOM Foundation’s Endowment. The Deferred Gift Annuity works much the same way; however, the donor makes the gift now, and the payouts are deferred until a later time. Because the gift has an opportunity to grow, the annuity amount is often larger. ATTRACTIVE RATES AGE RATE*

55 65 75 85 90+

5.3% 5.7% 6.7% 8.9% 10.5%

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Million Dollar Club The Million Dollar Club recognizes donors who contributed a cumulative total of $5‚000 or more to the We thank our charter members who have generously provided for the future support of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine through planned giving. These benefactors recognize that PCOM’s commitment to quality education, patient care, scientific research and community service requires enduring support. Anonymous (6) J. Weston Abar, DO ’47+ Joan Abar, DO ’63 Joseph J. Andris, DO ’76 The Hon. Marie W. Bell Walter K. Bradley, DO ’58 Mrs. H. Trebing Burnard Michael H. Cenar, DO ’78 Rodney H. Chase, DO ’44 Laura & John A. Cifala, DO ’45 Richard B. Esack, DO ’80 Tana G. Fishman, DO ’95 Roy L. Gorin, DO ’72 William M. King, DO ’62+ Norman S. Knee, DO ’57 Albert S. Kroser, DO ’58 Thomas R. LeMasters, DO ’78 Joyce D. Leonetti, DO ’80 Murry E. Levyn, DO ’46 Barbara & Arnold S. Lincow, DO ’76 Madeleine L. Long, DO ’78, MD Mrs. Joseph M. Marino Harry J. Morris, III, DO ’78 Martin S. Neifield, DO ’46 Roger F. O’Connor, DO ’76+ Robert L. Purvis, DO ’41+ William A. Rieber, DO ’41 George S. Robinson, DO ’32+ Harry M. Serfer, DO ’69 David J. Shingles, DO ’75 Chester E. Smith, DO ’58 H. Sprague Taveau, IV, DO ’77, MBA David A. Thomas, DO ’78, PhD Lydia G. Thorburn, DO ’24+ Maj. James G. Vickers (US Army Ret.)+ Joan M. Watkins, DO ’72 Mr. David L. Williams Ida C. Schmidt Williams, DO ’35+

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Unrestricted Annual Fund during a four-year campaign period—July 1, 2003, through June 30, 2007, or July 1, 2004, through June 30, 2008. Anonymous Ronald D. Abraham, DO ’69 Almo Corporation Gene B. Chaiken, LLD Aqua Charitable Trust Mr. Christopher Franklin Irving B. Aronow, DO ’64 The Arthur Jackson Company Edward J. Ausman, DO ’78 H. Brent Bamberger, DO ’86 Bank of America Kevin G. Barber, DO ’78 Susan Marie Baro, DO ’92 Damon L. Bass, DO ’96 Walter D. Beam, DO ’78 John W. Becher, DO ’70 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph D. Becker The Hon. Marie W. Bell Dr. and Mrs. Hal S. Bendit Mary & Bernard J. Bernacki, DO ’81 David A. Bevan, DO ’69 Robert H. Biggs, DO ’76 Dr. & Mrs. Elliott Bilofsky Mrs. Ruth Tozer Bixby+ James H. Black, DO ’62 J. Steven Blake, DO ’89 Dr. & Mrs. Ronald R. Blanck David H. Blom, DO ’70 John B. Bulger, DO ’95 Oliver C. Bullock, DO ’78 Valerie Augello Carregal, DO ’87 Francis J. Cinelli, DO ’58 David Coffey, DO ’84 Murray H. Cohen, DO ’58 Mr. Stanley S. Cohen & Mrs. Lita Indzel Cohen Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Colvin ’94 James F. Conroy, DO ’65 & Nancy Nielsen-Conroy, RN ’58 Harry A. Cooper, DO ’78 Thomas E. Currie, DO ’72 Robert G. Cuzzolino, EdD Craig B. Danshaw, DO ’84 Roy A. Debeer, DO ’67 Vincent A. DeMuro, Sr., DO ’63

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Dr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Dieterle Pat C. DiTommaso, DO ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Doulis Darlene Ann M. Dunay, DO ’83 Dr. & Mrs. Gerald E. Dworkin Katherine C. Erlichman, DO ’87 Paul Evans, DO ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Falvello Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Farrell Allen M. Fellows, DO ’62 Stephen F. Ficchi, DO ’77 Scot Adam Fisher, DO ’82 Dr. Stephen T. & Cynthia Diann Fisher Harry P. Flanagan, III, DO ’74 Florida Osteopathic Medical Association Robert M. Fogel, DO ’58 Thomas M. Fox, DO ’84 Elizabeth H. Gemmill, Esq. Larry I. Gilderman, DO ’72 Harry Ginsburg, DO ’42+ Howard H. Ginsburg, MD Leonard C. Giunta, DO ’67 Jackson ImmunoResearch Labs Robert D. Gober, DO ’78 Marc D. Golden, DO ’83 Roy L. Gorin, DO ’72 Mr. Thomas J. Gravina Jeanne E. Grove, DO ’82 Dr. & Mrs. James F. Guenther Estate of Mr. Merritt W. Hallowell Dr. & Mrs. Howard Hassman Michael E. Hauk, DO ’87 Barry J. Hennessey, DO ’75 Carol L. Henwood, DO ’83 Dr. & Mrs. Wayne A. Hey Richard D. Hockstein, DO ’57 Bonnie L. Hubicz, DO ’79 Mrs. Vincent Huffnagle Joanne Elena Hullings, DO ’96 Joseph C. Hummel, DO ’70 Paul M. Imber, DO ’78 Richard A. Istrico, DO ’78 Jeffrey I. Jackerson, DO ’75 Robert R. Kaneda, DO ’74 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Kearney

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Million Dollar Club Suzanne K. Kelley, DO ’77 Patrick J. Kerrigan, DO ’84 James V. Kiernan, DO ’82 William M. King, DO ’62+ Dr. & Mrs. John M. Kish Richard S. Koch, DO ’38 Gary Frederick Kolarik, DO ’89 Bruce Kornberg, DO ’78 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Kuchinski Arthur G. Kurtze, Jr., DO ’60 Anthony M. Landis, DO ’77 Pat A. Lannutti, DO ’71 Paul J. Lapoint, DO ’90 Jeffrey E. Ledis, DO ’70 Marvin A. Lessig, DO ’68 Dr. Kathleen Lewis ’82 & Dr. Charles Burzynski Barbara & Arnold S. Lincow, DO ’76 Jeffry A. Lindenbaum, DO ’75 Dr. & Mrs. Jerry Littlefield Sol Lizerbram, DO ’77 Vincent Lobo, DO ’65 Dr. & Mrs. David Lohin Dr. & Mrs. David M. Loss Karen & Herb Lotman, LLD The Karen & Herbert Lotman Foundation Timothy P. Lowney, DO ’77, MBA Harry E. Manser, Jr., DO ’69, MBA

Burton T. Mark, DO Arthur S. Maslow, DO ’77 Richard A. Mauceri, DO ’71 Robert S. Maurer, DO ’62 Mrs. Dorothy M. Mazerski Dr. & Mrs. Douglas E. Mazzuca Mr. Paul W. McGloin Dr. & Mrs. William M. McLaughlin, Jr. William J. Meis, DO ’82 Frederick R. Melhorn, DO ’56 Mr. Louis Meshon, Sr. Jerome Miller, DO ’63 Jane Siehl Moore, DO ’86 Martin S. Neifield, DO ’46 Luke G. Nelligan, DO ’91 William A. Nickey, DO ’66 Estate of Floyd S. Norton Richard A. Pascucci, DO ’75 Roy N. Pasker, DO ’65+ & Mrs. Diane Pasker Dr. & Mrs. Douglas B. Paul Michael Pawlowsky, DO ’81 Drs. Susan & Michael Peck Nicholas C. Pedano, DO ’61 Elsira M. Pina, DO ’89 Robert E. L. Purvis, DO ’41+ Marylou J. Rainone, DO ’89 & Robert D. Bricker, DO ’89 Dr. & Mrs. Michael A. Resnick

George S. Robinson, DO ’32+ Scott Eric Rosenthal, DO ’94 Dr. & Mrs. Marvin L. Rosner Dr. & Mrs. Michael C. Saltzburg Paul W. Sauers, DO ’71 Seymour Schlossberg, DO ’62 Faith T. Scholnick, DO ’84 & Fred P. Schwaibold, DO ’84 Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Schure Dr. & Mrs. John C. Sefter Dr. & Mrs. Maurice Singer Mrs. Daniel J. Smith John R. Socey, DO ’67 Dr. & Mrs. Harvey M. Spector Dr. & Mrs. Paul Spector John S. Stevens, Jr., DO ’73 Paul V. Suhey, DO ’84 Francis P. Sutter, DO ’76 H. Sprague Taveau, IV, DO ’77, MBA Geraldine Rafferty Terry, RN ’45 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy N. Tetzlaff Kenneth J. Veit, DO ’76, MBA Dr. & Mrs. Brian L. Vitz Estate of Arthur H. Witthohn, DO ’36 Zedeck Family Foundation, Inc. Murray Zedeck, DO ’62 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Zeller Edward Zimmerman, DO ’54

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$25,000+ Robert D. Gober, DO ’78 Howard A. Hassman, DO ’83 Michael J. Holt, DO ’58 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Kearney John P. Kearney & Associates, Inc. Kearney Real Estate & Development Company Richard S. Koch, DO ’38 Lancaster Osteopathic Health Foundation The Benjamin & Mary Siddons Measey Foundation Robert E. L. Purvis, DO ’41+ Zedeck Family Foundation, Inc. Murray Zedeck, DO ’62 P R E S I D E NT ’ S F E LLO WS

$10,000 – $24,999 Almo Corporation Gene B. Chaiken, LLD J. Steven Blake, DO ’89, MSc Ronald R. Blanck, DO ’67

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Lita Indzel Cohen, Esq. & Stanley S. Cohen Gerald E. Dworkin, DO ’81 George O. Faerber, DO ’61 Joseph Farrell, DO ’78 Roy L. Gorin, DO ’72 Bruce Kornberg, DO ’78 Arthur G. Kurtze, Jr., DO ’60 The Adolph and Rose Levis Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Brodsky The Karen & Herbert Lotman Foundation Karen & Herb Lotman, LLD Douglas E. Mazzuca, DO ’83 The Philadelphia Foundation Ronald A. Pieringer, PhD Leonard M. Popowich, DO ’58 Estate of George S. Robinson, DO ’32 Faith T. Scholnick, DO ’84 & Fred P. Schwaibold, DO ’84 Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Schure Mrs. Carol Szutowicz Marian S. Ware 2006 Charitable Lead Annuity Trust

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$5,000 – $9,999 Craig B. Danshaw, DO ’84 Vincent A. DeMuro, Sr., DO ’63 Scot Adam Fisher, DO ’82 Leonard C. Giunta, DO ’67 Jackson ImmunoResearch Labs Marc D. Golden, DO ’83 Jeanne E. Grove, DO ’62 Carol L. Henwood, DO ’83 Joanne Elena Hullings, DO ’96 Patrick J. Kerrigan, DO ’84 Gary Frederick Kolarik, DO ’89 Vincent Lobo, DO ’65 Arthur S. Maslow, DO ’77 Dr. & Mrs. William M. McLaughlin, Jr. Michael Pawlowsky, DO ’81 Richard M. Purse, DO ’72 Rosenfield Family Foundation Harvey & Maddy Rovinsky Sara Somers Rupert, RN ’33+ & M. Kimberly Rupert, PhD Dr. & Mrs. Michael C. Saltzburg Mrs. Daniel J. Smith Kenneth J. Veit, DO ’76, MBA John W. Yunginger, MD Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Zeller


President’s Leadership Circle THE PRESIDENT’S LEADERSHIP CIRCLE OF CONTRIBUTORS

1899 Society Founders’ Society

$50,000+ cumulative giving $25,000 +

President’s Fellows

$10,000 to $24,999

President’s Scholars President’s Benefactors Dean’s Club Young Associates (donors from the four most recent graduated classes) Andrew Taylor Still Legacy Society recognizes those constituents who have included PCOM in their estate plans. PR ES I DE NT ’ S B E N E FACTORS

$2,500 – $4,999 Michael J. Allshouse, DO ’82 Aqua Charitable Trust Mr. Christopher Franklin Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Pennsylvania Kevin G. Barber, DO ’78 John W. Becher, DO ’70 The Hon. Marie W. Bell Mary & Bernard J. Bernacki, DO ’81 Robert H. Biggs, DO ’76 Estate of Ruth Tozer Bixby James H. Black, DO ’62 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Brand Valerie Augello Carregal, DO ’87 Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback Foundation Harry A. Cooper, DO ’78 James J. Cosgrove, DO ’83 Robert G. Cuzzolino, EdD Roy A. Debeer, DO ’67 Daniel R. Debo, DO ’87 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Doulis Darlene Ann M. Dunay, DO ’83 Allen M. Fellows, DO ’62 John M. Ferretti, II, DO ’73 Lisa M. Frison, DO ’83 Michael E. Hauk, DO ’87 Barry J. Hennessey, ’75 Richard D. Hockstein, DO ’57 Joseph C. Hummel, DO ’70 International Business Machines Corporation Dr. & Mrs. John M. Kish Albert S. Kroser, DO ’58 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Kuchinski Paul J. Lapoint, DO ’90 Kathleen C. Lewis, DO ’82 & Dr. Charles Burzynski Jeffry A. Lindenbaum, DO ’75 Ms. Nancy C. Loeb & Mr. Jeffrey D. Colman Dr. & Mrs. David M. Loss Timothy P. Lowney, DO ’77, MBA * $1,000 +

$5,000 to $9,999 $2,500 to $4,999 $1,000 to $2,499 $100 +

Burton T. Mark, DO Mrs. Dorothy M. Mazerski Mr. Paul W. McGloin Frederick R. Melhorn, DO ’56 Mr. Louis Meshon, Sr. Jerome Miller, DO ’63 Jane Siehl Moore, DO ’86 Luke G. Nelligan, DO ’91 Richard A. Pascucci, DO ’75 Dr. & Mrs. Douglas B. Paul Drs. Susan & Michael Peck Nicholas C. Pedano, DO ’61 James F. Quigley, DO ’75 Dr. & Mrs. Michael A. Resnick The Anna & Isidore Roseman Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Schwartz William E. Shiels, II, DO ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Slotkin Chester E. Smith, DO ’58 Milton D. Soiferman, JD, DO ’78 Robert R. Speer, DO ’71 Paul V. Suhey, DO ’84 Mr. Jon Waddel

ANNUAL FUND GIVING : PRESIDENT’S FELLOWS

Arthur G. Kurtze, Jr., DO ’60, donated $10,000 to the Unrestricted Annual Fund and pledged to do so “as long as he could.” His gift made him one of the 14 President’s Fellows who supported the College’s 2008 Unrestricted Annual Fund with gifts of $10,000 or more. Dr. Kurtze is a retired family doctor who practiced in rural Michigan for many years.

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$1,000 – $2,499 Anonymous (3) Michael I. Abraham, DO ’66 Ronald D. Abraham, DO ’69 Ms. Diana Abramson Mrs. Elfriede Abramson Gary A. Agia, DO ’75 Andrew M. Alloy, DO ’78 Michael G. Alt, DO ’82 Irving B. Aronow, DO ’64 Edward J. Ausman, DO ’78 Dr. Michael F. Avallone Associates George K. Avetian, DO ’80 Fizul H. Bacchus, PhD, DO ’78 Norman F. C. Baker, DO ’63 Edward P. Balaban, DO ’77 Robert A. Ball, DO ’65 & Roberta R. Ball, DO ’80 Susan Marie Baro, DO ’92

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President’s Leadership Circle Lawrence I. Barr, DO ’87 Dannon L. Bass, DO ’96 Daniel F. Battafarano, DO ’83 Gene M. Battistella, DO ’92 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph D. Becker Laurence H. Belkoff, DO Dr. & Mrs. Philip J. Bell Dr. & Mrs. Hal S. Bendit David A. Bevan, DO ’69 Benjamin I. Blank, DO ’93 & Susan A. Blank, DO ’93 Lee M. Blatstein, DO ’84 Burton Blender, DO ’62 Seymour H. Block, DO ’72 David H. Blom, DO ’70 James M. Bonner, DO ’86 Brian J. Boyle, DO ’72 The Rev. Gregory C. Brant, DO ’81 Alan S. Brooker, DO ’75 Dr. & Mrs. Gary D. Brown Janet Lynn Brown, DO ’83 Dr. & Mrs. Seth W. Brown John B. Bulger, DO ’95 Oliver C. Bullock, DO ’78 Richard J. Burns, Jr., DO ’93 James J. Byrne, DO ’74 Joseph J. Calabro, DO ’81 Norman “Matt” Callahan, III, DO ’91 Patrick & Maureen Carey Mr. John J. Carlin Elizabeth J. Carroll, DO ’78 Dominic E. Castrignano, DO ’77 H. Kennedy Cathcart, DO ’84 John M. Cavenagh, PhD, MBA, PA-C The Central NationalGottesman Foundation John C. Cetin, DO ’52 Christopher L. Rotz & Associates PC Bernard S. Cieniawa, DO ’80 John A. Cifala, DO ’45 Dolores Daczkowski Cilley, DO ’78 & Jonathan Cilley, MD Francis J. Cinelli, DO ’58 Mr. William Clinton David Coffey, DO ’84 Murray H. Cohen, DO ’58 John B. Coll, DO ’85 Christopher F. Colopinto, DO ’78 James F. Conroy, DO ’65 & Nancy Nielsen-Conroy, RN ’58 Robert J. Corba, DO ’93 & Kimberly Legg Corba, DO ’93 Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Cowen

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Carl S. Cross, DO ’58 Thomas E. Currie, DO ’72 Jeffrey D. Cushman, DO ’83 Dr. & Mrs. James D’Amore, Jr. Anthony D’Angelo, Jr., DO ’77 Izola David, DO ’85 Edward L. Davis, DO ’78 Drake P. DeHart, DO ’79 Dr. & Mrs. Nate F. DeLisi Dr. & Mrs. Charles A. Depfer Mary Ann DiBiagio, DO ’83 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Dieterle Richard R. DiPietro, DO ’62 Lorraine M. DiSipio, DO ’78 Larissa Fernando Dominy, DO ’93 Daniel C. DuPont, DO ’78 Dr. & Mrs. James P. Dwyer Walter C. Ehrenfeuchter, DO ’79 Dr. & Mrs. Theodore S. Eisenberg & Family Gustav R. Eles, DO ’82 Ronald J. Ellis, DO ’73 Thomas J. Ellis, DO ’88 Katherine C. Erlichman, DO ’87 Paul Evans, DO ’79 John E. Everett, III, DO ’82 Linda J. Fagan, DO ’93 Steven J. Fagan, DO ’80 Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Falvello Andrew T. Fanelli, DO ’69 Elena Ruzzi Farrell, DO ’92 Charles P. Fasano, DO ’72 Janis Fegley, DO ’87 Dr. & Mrs. Michael Jon Feinstein Dr. & Mrs. Leonard H. Finkelstein Mark S. Finkelstein, DO ’80 Dr. Stephen T. & Cynthia Diann Fisher Harry P. Flanagan, III, DO ’74 Florida Osteopathic Medical Association Robert M. Fogel, DO ’58 Thomas J. Foote, DO ’64 Carol A. Fox, MM Glenn S. Freed, DO ’78 Jeffrey S. Freeman, DO Dr. & Mrs. Steven G. Galler Katherine E. Galluzzi, DO Samuel J. Garloff, DO ’78 Ms. Carol Ware Gates Dr. & Mrs. Ernest R. Gelb Elizabeth H. Gemmill, Esq. Edward E. Geosits, DO ’83

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Peter P. Giammanco, DO ’75 Jennifer L. Giardina, DO ’88 William Gilhool, DO Jay J. Glickman, DO ’95, MBA Allan Goldberg, DO ’63 Harold S. Goldberg, DO ’44 Marla DePolo Golden, DO ’88 Lisa N. Gray, DO ’96 Mrs. Janet M. Greco & Dr. Richard A. Greco Gretta A. Gross, DO ’97 G. S. Peter Gross, DO ’75 Dr. & Mrs. James F. Guenther Dr. & Mrs. Joseph G. Gunselman Thomas A. Haffey, DO ’77 Susan B. Hainley, DO ’83 Lynwood W. Hammers, DO ’79 Paul E. Harris, Jr., DO ’79 Stuart A. Hartman, DO ’82 Dr. Joseph & Lil Hassman Robert T. Herron, DO ’72 Dr. & Mrs. Wayne A. Hey Stephen J. Hittman, DO ’86 Dr. & Mrs. Carl A. Hoffman, Jr. George R. Homa, DO ’78 Vartan Igidbashian, DO ’83 Paul M. Imber, DO ’78 Jeffrey I. Jackerson, DO ’75 Dr. & Mrs. Richard E. Johnson Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Arthur J. Jordan, Jr., DO ’95 Dr. & Mrs. Jay H. Joseph Joseph M. Kaczmarczyk, DO ’82 Joseph D. Kalowsky, DO ’67 David J. Kendall, DO ’71 Sheldon P. Kerner, DO ’68 James V. Kiernan, DO ’82 Richard A. Kiszonas, DO ’58 Dr. & Mrs. Allan E. Koff Robert M. Kuhnhenn, DO ’85 Tage N. Kvist, PhD Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Labaczewski Lambda Omicron Gamma, Caduceus Chapter Pat A. Lannutti, DO ’71 Sherman N. Leis, DO ’67 G. Lee Lerch, Jr., DO ’80 Laran J. Lerner, DO ’81 Richard T. Leshner, DO ’79 William H. Levin, DO ’58 Howard R. Levy, DO ’68 Dr. & Mrs. Ronald Librizzi


President’s Leadership Circle Arnold S. Lincow, DO ’76 Eric M. Lipnack, DO ’88 Randy G. Litman, DO ’88 Salvatore E. LoBello, DO ’58 & the late Mary Ann LoBello+ Ricky Lockett, DO ’84, MBA, MPH Dr. & Mrs. David Lohin William Lozinger, Jr., DO ’65 Simon M. Lubin, DO ’38 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. MacCabe, Jr. Patricia M. Maher, DO ’78 Harry E. Manser, Jr., DO ’69, MBA Margiotti & Kroll Pediatrics, PC Barry S. Kroll, MD Gerald A. Margiotti, MD Robert S. Maurer, DO ’62 Russell F. Mazda, DO ’80 Robert F. Mazzuca, DO ’80 Gregory McDonald, DO ’89 John Z. McDonald, DO ’81 Mr. & Mrs. John McLane Allan M. McLeod, DO ’88, JD, MBA A. Scott McNeal, DO ’88 William J. Meis, DO ’82 Melhorn Family Foundation Noel L. Melhorn, DO ’68 Kevin R. Melnick, DO ’83 Mercy Medical Associates of Mays Landing Mercy Suburban Hospital Dr. & Mrs. Theodore W. Michell Col. Gordon & Debbie Miller Harry J. Morris, III, DO ’78 Joanna Mscichowski, DO ’76 Arthur J. Muller, DO ’68 Alexander S. Nicholas, DO ’75 Evan A. Nicholas, DO ’81 Joseph L. Onishchuk, DO ’83 Ositadinma O. Opara, DO ’99 Daniel M. O’Roark, DO ’84 Anne L. Palumbo, DO ’92 Dr. & Mrs. Frank Paolantonio Lawrence Paolini, DO ’84 Gregory G. Papadeas, DO ’88 Elaine G. Pendrak, DO ’84 Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association Mario Lanni, LLD James E. Phillips, DO ’83 Arthur S. Platt, DO ’73 & Ellen M. Platt, DO ’73 Marc J. Pliskin, DO ’83 David B. Plone, DO ’68

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Alfred J. Poggi, DO ’68 Stanley M. Poleck, DO ’69 Gwendolyn A. Poles-Corker, DO ’87 Ronald L. Pope, DO ’77 Marylou J. Rainone, DO ’89 & Robert Brinker, DO ’89 Carol S. Ramsey, DO ’81 Walter G. Reich, Jr., DO ’63 Richard A. Renza, DO ’71 Gerald I. Ringold, DO ’58 Terry A. Robison, DO ’84 & Carol K. Robison, DO ’85 Alexander E. Rodi, DO ’58 Herbert J. Rogove, DO ’73 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Ronsivalle Donald H. Rosenbaum, Jr., DO ’86 Dr. & Mrs. Marvin L. Rosner Richard Rudnicki, DO ’86 & Ms. Gail Bodhan Susan M. Sabol, DO ’88 Ira C. Sachs, DO ’80 Richard F. Salmon, DO ’82 Dr. & Mrs. Gary L. Saltus Gregory P. Samano, DO ’72 Mrs. Merle Santerian Paul W. Sauers, DO ’71 Dr. & Mrs. Kennedy J. Sbat Howard A. Scalone, DO ’58 Seymour Schlossberg, DO ’62 Saul E. Schreiber, DO ’80 Melissa Neumann Schwartz, DO ’91 Dr. & Mrs. John C. Sefter Dr. & Mrs. Larry Seidman William B. Selnick, DO ’52 Robert J. Senese, DO ’58 Dana C. Shaffer, DO ’85 Anthony J. Silvagni, DO ’82 William M. Silverman, DO ’76 Dr. & Mrs. Maurice Singer Manuel & Beatrice Sloane Foundation Manuel H. Sloane, DO ’51 Cecilia M. Smith, DO ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Leonard L. Smith Robert S. Snader, DO ’52 Dr. & Mrs. Jerrold Snyder Steven M. Snyder, DO ’75 Dr. & Mrs. Bernard S. Sobel John R. Socey, DO ’67 Dr. & Mrs. Harvey M. Spector Dr. & Mrs. Paul Spector Steven L. Spivak, DO ’88 Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth F. Steel John P. Sterner, DO ’73

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$100+ FROM THE CLASSES OF 2004 TO 2007 Melissa C. Buttrill, PA-C ’04 Sally Phelan Del Vecchio, DO ’06 Monique A. Gary, MS/Biomed ’05 Francisco Laboy, III, DO ’07 Leanne T. Labriola, DO ’06 Jessica Lynn Masser, DO ’07 Frances A. Musto, PsyD ’05 Lauren Noto Bell, DO ’06 Paula M. Renzi, DO ’07 Renee M. Shaw, MS/ODL ’06 Bernadette S. Tate, PsyD ’06 Dennis Dean Walker, DO ’04 Beverly A. White, PsyD ’04 Mary Cate Wilhelm, MS/PA-C ’06

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Gift Clubs George Bonafino, DO ’77 Bruce S. Bonier, DO ’78 Hossein Borghaei, DO ’96 Bank of America Ruth Borghaei, PhD Gary Bonfante, DO ’93 Dr. & Mrs. Dale R. Bortz John F. Callahan, DO ’67 Dr. & Mrs. George L. Bradley, Jr. Benjamin S. Chack, DO ’84 Dr. & Mrs. Robert D. Briglia Nicholas P. Chiumento, DO ’81 David Bronstein, DO ’56 Anthony J. Cincotta, DO ’63 John R. Bucholtz, DO ’82 Jeanine M. Compesi, DO ’91 JoAnn Burke, DO ’88 Robert H. Debbs, DO ’89 The Burkhart Group Robert DiTomasso, PhD Mrs. Vicki Burkhart Larry N. Finkelstein, DO ’87 Dr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Burnstein Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey S. Fugate Ms. Katherine G. Caravasios David D. Goldberg, DO ’71 William E. Carroll, DO ’74 Dominick A. Grosso, DO ’83 Walter S. Ceglowski, PhD Joseph M. Guarino, DO ’90 Daniel P. Cherry, III, DO ’79 Ms. Joanne Jones, MBA Carman A. Ciervo, DO ’88 John J. Kelly, Jr., DO ’85 & The Ciriaco Family Frances Sirico-Kelly, DO ’87 Richard J. Citta, DO ’58+ Eugene J. Klifto, DO ’80 Christopher C. Clark, DO ’96 & Michael L. Kondash, DO ’86 Caitlin S. Clark, DO ’98 Dr. & Mrs. Anthony M. Landis Dr. & Mrs. Gerald Colvin Susan Guttenplan Manella, DO ’83 David V. Condoluci, DO ’76 Dr. & Mrs. John P. McLaughlin Robert B. Contrucci, DO ’80 Marc A. Mintz, DO ’74 Howard M. Robinson, DO ’90, MHA Charles E. D’Auria, DO ’85 & Mary L. D’Auria, DO ’85 Timothy J. Sempowski, DO ’91 John A. D’Alessandro, DO ’56 Dr. & Mrs. Gerry Skobinsky Andrew D. DeMasi, DO ’47 Lt. Col. Margaret M. Kenneth K. Doroski, DO ’81 Swanberg, DO ’94 Lori Dunn, DO ’84 Dr. & Mrs. Timothy N. Tetzlaff Dennis L. Eckels, DO ’75 Thomas A. Tylman, DO ’79 & Philip L. Ehrig, DO ’87 Kathleen M. Tylman, DO ’80 Lee Ann VanHouten-Sauter, DO ’91 Mr. Gary E. Erlbaum Erlbaum Family Foundation Michael A. Washinsky, DO ’77 Silvia M. Ferretti, DO ’77 Mr. James A. Williams Ms. Sandra First Clifton W. Fisher, DO ’65 S I LVE R C LU B Edward N. Fishman, DO ’89 $500 - $749 Dr. James & Diane Fitzpatrick Anonymous (2) Cynthia A. Gabrielli, DO ’78 Dennis E. Agostini, PhD, DO ’78 Richard C. Gaibler, DO ’87 Onyeama O. Anakwe, DO ’98 Barry L. Getzoff, DO ’60 Dr. & Mrs. Gary L. Anderson James C. Giudice, DO ’68 Michael J. Attanasio, DO ’93 Howard L. Glass, DO ’75 Dr. & Mrs. Archie Attarian Bernard Goldstein, DO ’62 Vincent E. Baldino, DO ’76 Richard M. Gomberg, DO ’78 Alfonso J. Barbati, DO ’84 Daniel E. Gooding, DO ’79 Julius Barkow, DO ’62 John G. Goulding, DO ’53 Robert A. Barnes, DO ’69 Jack O. Gratch, DO ’74 Horace Barsh, DO ’61 Dr. & Mrs. Alfred I. Green Robert J. Bell, DO ’77 Philip E. Greenman, DO ’52 Martin K. Belsky, DO ’84 Lt. Col. Derek I. Grossman, DO ’88 Mrs. Hannah Berger Larry S. Hahn, DO ’81 Joseph Berger, DO ’58 Dr. & Mrs. Robert Hallworth William M. Bernard, DO ’62 Patrick J. Hanley, DO ’89 Mrs. Janet E. Bernhardt Violet Alfreda Walker Martin Bisk, DO ’58 Henighan, DO ’87 Vincent J. Bobby, DO ’84 G O LD C LU B

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Under the leadership of Harry Manser, Jr., DO ’69, MBA, president of the PCOM Alumni Association, the association’s Board of Directors attained 100 percent participation in the Unrestricted Annual Fund. This marks the first time the board reached this participation level. A member of the Million Dollar Club, Dr. Manser is a family physician with Lourdes Medical Associates in New Jersey, and is a past president of the New Jersey Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Joseph L. Herson, III & Mrs. Lynne Herson Gregory W. Higbee, DO ’87 Kenneth R. Higgins, DO ’83 & Beth A. Loss-Higgins, DO ’83 Michelle B. Hobson, DO ’80 Dr. & Mrs. Martin J. Hoffman James D. Hogue, DO ’80 Edward Eric Horvath, DO ’95 Bonnie L. Hubicz, DO ’79


Gift Clubs Dr. & Mrs. Dennis Iaccarino & Family Dr. & Mrs. Mark A. Illfelder Saul Jeck, DO Carl A. Johnson, DO ’80 Sarah M. Jones, DO ’96 Jeffrey I. Joseph, DO ’83 Henry J. Karcsh, DO ’78 Louis M. Kareha, DO ’01 Michelle A. Kearney, DO ’95 Joseph V. Koehler, DO ’60 Don A. Koenigsberg, DO ’80 Herman P. Kuehn, DO ’57 Daniel J. Kupas, DO ’92 William Lamb, Jr., DO ’81 LASH Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence E. Kline Marvin A. Lessig, DO ’68 Francis L. Levin, DO ’74 Stephen S. Levin, DO ’68 Dr. & Mrs. Bernard Levine Jonathan Levyn, DO ’85 James V. Lieb, DO ’98 James T. Little, DO ’90 & Dawn M. Kennedy-Little, DO ’94 Dr. & Mrs. Jerry Littlefield Kenneth F. Lovell, DO ’75 Richard F. Lutinski, DO ’73 Thomas G. Majernick, DO ’81 Andrew J. Malinchak, DO ’91 Dr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Marchiondo Charles H. Marks, DO ’83 Robert C. Martin, DO ’82 Daniel W. Matkiwsky, DO ’97 Walter S. Matkiwsky, DO ’69 Ralph D. Mazzochetti, DO ’85 Darren C. McAuley, DO Dr. & Mrs. James McLaughlin James R. McLaughlin, DO ’83 Ross E. Megargel, DO ’84 Gerald T. Mehalick, DO ’81 & Pamela Giliberto Mehalick, DO ’81 Steven W. Melhorn, DO ’84 Edward A. Metz, DO ’70 Dr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Mextorf Francis J. Montone, DO ’84 Tomulyss Moody, DO ’59 Thomas F. Morley, DO ’79 Philip A. Neiderer, DO ’89 Col. Lawrence Nessman, DO ’62 Lawrence M. Neustadter, DO ’81 William A. Nickey, DO ’66 Gary D. Nothstein, DO ’86 Joseph M. Novi, DO ’90 & Beth H. K. Mulvihill, DO ’82 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Olekszyk * $1,000 +

Dr. & Mrs. Mark Osevala Richard J. Panicco, DO ’73 Charles E. Parker, DO ’68 Dr. & Mrs. John Parschauer Penelope Patton, BFA George A. Persin, DO ’92 William J. Pesce, DO ’89 Julia M. Pillsbury, DO ’81 Elsira M. Pina, DO ’89 Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Plush L. Donald Randino, DO ’80 James E. Rasinsky, DO ’91 Laurel A. Retay, DO ’90 Steven L. Richman, DO ’81 Layne D. Roberts, DO ’78 Stacey A. Robertson, DO ’79 Wendy W. Romano Barry J. Rosen, DO ’68 Frederick Rotgers, PsyD Ms. Pamela J. Ruoff, MS John S. Ruskey, DO ’88 R. Alex Rusynyk, DO ’97 S. R. Wojdak & Associates Vincent G. Sacco, DO ’89 Joseph V. Salvia, Jr., DO ’82 Dr. Gerald & Marilyn Scharf George J. Schmieder, DO ’84 John R. Scranton, DO ’87 John G. Shutack, DO ’69 David I. Skole, DO ’64 Robert M. Smith, DO ’61 John S. Snoke, DO ’86 Victor Sobolewski, III, DO ’83 Arnold Sokol, DO ’62 Alan B. Sommers, DO ’77 John N. Stathakis, DO ’63 Joseph A. Stegmuller, DO ’92 Frank T. Stratton, Jr., DO ’68 Robert L. Stremmel, DO ’70 H. Sprague Taveau, IV, DO ’77, MBA Daniel T. Tell, DO ’77 Mr. Robert & Dr. Marlene B. Terlingo Jack M. Thome, DO ’78 Dr. & Mrs. Nicholas D. Tretta, Jr. Stephen F. Uhlman, DO ’79 Daniel J. Vile, DO ’86 Dr. & Mrs. Norman Vinn Patrick J. Vlahos, DO ’79 R. Curtis Waligura, DO ’78 Gerald L. Weaver, DO ’54 Ira S. Wertheimer, DO ’71 Cynthia M. Williams, DO ’83 Mr. Frank H. Windle Rachel A. Witmyer, DO ’33 Maria C. Yager, DO ’95 Robert G. Yager, Jr., DO ’92

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$250 – $499 Anonymous (7) Benjamin Abraham, DO ’80 Aetna Foundation George M. Ajjan, DO ’75 Colleen P. Allorto-Horn, DO ’96 Paul C. Alloy, DO ’46 Joseph J. Alshon, DO ’84 Sharon L. Altman, DO ’79 Charles T. Andrews, DO ’74 Joseph J. Andris, DO ’76 Richard B. Antosek, DO ’81 James T. Arscott, DO ’86 Karen E. Arscott, DO ’86 Vincent R. Avallone, Jr., DO ’84 Suzette T. Avetian, DO ’84 Sue Bailey, DO ’77 Brian J. Balin, PhD Michael B. Band, DO ’84 Jennifer A. Bantley-Wilson, DO ’84 Locke W. Barber, DO ’83 Andrea Barbier, DO ’92 David A. Baron, DO ’78 Joshua Baron, DO ’03 Vivian M. Barsky, DO ’67 Stephanie B. Bennett, DO ’95 Michael R. Bernui, DO ’86 Mark D. Beyer, DO ’88 David A. Bitonte, DO ’80 Mitchell Bober, DO ’83 Stanley T. Bohinski, DO ’88 Mark S. Boland, DO ’84 Edgar B. Bolton, Jr., DO ’69 Dr. & Mrs. Jerome H. Bonier John J. Bowden, Jr., DO ’79 Michael F. Boyle, III, DO ’63 Thomas A. Boyle, DO ’83 John Brabazon, DO ’79 J. Greg Brady, DO ’80 Nancy E. Braese, DO ’83 Deborah A. Bren, DO ’84 William F. Brennan, DO ’75 Ms. Linda Brodie Robert W. Brooks, DO ’85 Gerard D. Brown, DO ’81 Nancy H. Brown, DO ’78 Christopher F. Buckley, DO ’00 & Krista K. Buckley, DO ’00 +

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Ms. Brenda A. Buzydlowski Curt W. Cackovic, DO ’00 Gregory E. Cali, DO ’81 Roddy P. Canosa, DO ’78 Milton Canter, DO ’50 Dr. & Mrs. John C. Carlson Thomas F. Carney, DO ’51 Michael D. Cesare, DO ’88 Michael J. Chaffier, DO ’70 Julius & Ray Charlestein Foundation Amy Victoria Chilingirian, DO ’02 Mr. Thomas Chiomento, III Philip J. Cinelli, DO ’86 Ms. Donna M. Cleary Larry W. Cohen, DO ’74 Ms. Jane Cokely Dr. & Mrs. Bruce Colley Samuel J. Congello, DO ’85 Ava Marie Salerno Conlin, DO ’94, MPH John E. Connelly, DO ’89 & Renee Morrow-Connelly, DO ’89 Jane K. Cottingham, DO ’83 Todd Cousins, DO ’88 David Cramer, DO ’51 Robert A. Crossey, DO ’91 Mr. & Mrs. Jose Cruz Martin P. Curry, DO ’96 Andrew Cykiert, DO ’90 Thomas J. Dagney, III, DO ’87 Mary Anne Damiani, DO ’86 Dr. & Mrs. Alfred R. D’Angelo Michael J. Davidson, DO ’79 Octavio de los Reyes, DO ’84 Susan L. Deakin, DO ’92 Patricia A. DeAngelis, DO ’82 Gary J. Della’Zanna, DO ’92 Mark E. Delowery, DO ’83, MPH Mark A. DeMasi, DO ’88 Dean J. DePerro, DO ’95 Dr. & Mrs. Pragnesh Desai Michael A. Donegan, DO ’83 Richard D. Donze, DO ’78 Dr. & Mrs. Ronald J. D’Orazio Stuart G. Dubowitch, DO ’82 Maria Procopio Dugan, DO ’87 Jane Z. Dumsha, PhD Gary W. Eden, DO ’80 Bruce T. Eisenhardt, DO ’69 Trudie J. Ellenberger, DO ’76 Deanne S. Endy, DO ’86 Wayne R. English, Jr., DO ’58 Mrs. Connie Ennis Jeffrey W. Erinoff, DO ’87 Marguerite A. Erme, DO ’81, MPH Robert J. Esper, DO ’77 22 |

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Stanley E. Essl, DO ’75 Harry L. Faust, Jr., DO ’73 Barry Feingold, DO ’75 John J. Feldmeier, DO ’79 Frances A. Feudale, DO ’95 Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Murray Schreiber, DO ’50 Gloria T. Fioravanti, DO ’82 Edward Firouztale, DO ’97 Dr. & Mrs. David H. Fliegelman Mark E. Folk, DO ’86 Rita C. Forde, MBA, SPHR Gregory R. Frailey, DO ’84 Dennis W. Franks, DO ’70 Dr. & Mrs. Bruce B. Frantz Mitchell K. Freedman, DO ’82 Kerin L. Fresa-Dillon, PhD Kere J. Frey, DO ’89 David S. Friedenberg, DO ’80 Robert A. Fritz, DO ’82 & Lisa A. Ost Fritz, DO ’82 Donald J. Fruchtman, DO ’66 Coy B. Fullen, DO ’89 Dr. & Mrs. Donald R. Furci Robert A. Garvin, DO ’89 David N. Geiger, DO ’82 & Susan M. Geiger, DO ’82 Steven W. Geise, DO ’85 Reid Gentile, DO ’82 Raymond A. Geyer, DO ’85 Rocco A. Giliberti, DO ’82 Keith D. Ginsberg, DO ’99 Neil P. Glickman, DO ’64 Joshua E. Goldberg, DO ’96 Johnny S. Gomes, DO ’96 Daniel S. Gordon, DO ’72 Donald J. Gordon, DO ’67 Jennifer Graham-Achmoody, DO ’95 Mr. Dean Gray Brad E. Green, DO ’81 Jordan H. Greer, DO ’82 Steven D. Grejda, DO ’86 Brett E. Groff, DO ’02 Dr. & Mrs. A. Guarracino Mr. Vahan H. Gureghian William D. Haberstroh, DO ’77 Louis C. Haenel, III, DO ’70 Thomas A. Haldis, DO ’98 Thomas R. Haley, DO ’03 & Payce Jo-Hanna Handler, DO ’03 Howard M. Hammer, DO ’96 Keith W. Harrison, DO ’85 Dr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Hayes Shawn M. Hazlett, DO ’00 & Nicole C. Chiappetta, DO ’00 Robert K. Hippert, DO ’76 Lawrence D. Hochman, DO ’90 Hilda Gonder Holbrook, RN ’42 | 2008

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Carol L. Holobinko, DO ’85 Elizabeth B. Hughes, DO ’60 Lillian M. Hynes-Longendorfer, DO ’67 James J. Hynick, DO ’75 Norman H. Ilowite, DO ’55 Mark Jacobson, DO ’85 Dr. & Mrs. Bart Janke C. Robert Johnson, DO ’83 Craig T. Johnston, Sr., DO ’81 Dr. & Mrs. Robert S. Jones Ms. RoMaine K. Jones Lawrence J. Jordan, DO ’57 Larry H. Kaliner, DO ’67 Gary R. Kania, DO ’84 Dennis R. Kapp, DO ’82 Paul S. Karlin, DO ’80 Steven Katz, DO ’74 J. Grant Kehler, III, DO ’72 Julia M. Kennedy, DO ’82 Fred K. Khalouf, DO ’81 Cell U. Kim, DO ’77 Lazarus M. Kirifides, DO ’57 James J. Kirk, DO ’77 Dr. & Mrs. Kevin L. Kirk Ronald A. Kirschner, DO ’66 Erwin H. Kliger, DO ’57 Norman S. Knee, DO ’57 Robert A. Koenigsberg, DO ’82 Nelson P. Kopyt, DO ’79 Anita E. Kozlowski, DO ’93 Andrew L. Kulik, DO ’76 Alan R. Kunkel, DO ’72 David Kuo, DO ’96 Aaron Kuptsow, DO ’50 Leanne T. Labriola, DO ’06 John B. Lang, DO ’77 Mr. William R. Lansford Joseph J. Lawrence, DO ’82 Larry Levinson, DO ’85 Dr. & Mrs. James Levri Robert S. Liebman, DO ’62 Harold Lightstone, DO ’58 Dr. & Mrs. Scott Lim Dr. & Mrs. Fred Lindsay Anthony D. LoBianco, DO ’60 Brent Vaughn Long, DO ’80 Christian J. Losch, III, DO ’77 Christopher J. Lucas, DO ’88 Robert C. Luderer, DO ’73 Edward L. Lundy, DO ’77 Robert C. Madonna, DO ’62 Chester J. Madzelan, DO ’73 Sidney Malet, DO ’52+ Dr. & Mrs. Ferdinand L. Manlio Mr. John Mariano David M. Masiak, DO ’77 Eleanor V. Masterson, DO ’57 Kara Lee Matala, DO ’98


Gift Clubs Maria Matala-Sullivan, DO ’94 Murray Norman Matez, DO ’56 Charles A. Mauriello, DO ’68 Patrick J. McAndrew, DO ’71 James S. McEvoy, DO ’86 Kenneth G. McGrath, DO ’77 James C. McMaster, DO ’77 Dr. & Mrs. Arthur H. McTighe Gerald R. Medwick, DO ’80 & Denise M. Medwick, DO ’80 The Merck Company Foundation Michael P. Meyer, DO ’85 Michigan Osteopathic Association Alan J. Miller, DO ’62 David Miller, DO ’60 Michael I. Miller, DO ’72 Paul M. Miller, DO ’81 Dr. & Mrs. Donald Wesley Minteer, Jr. William E. Minteer, DO ’76 Laura Molloy, MMS, PA-C Salvatore A. Moscatello, DO ’85 Dr. & Mrs. Bob Motsay Mr. C. Andrew Mueller Jeffrey B. Musser, DO ’98 Eric B. Newman, DO ’92 Roger J. Nicosia, Jr., DO ’81 John H. Nipple, DO ’71 Joseph D. Norris, PA-C ’03 Joseph B. Nyzio, Jr., DO ’00 Julianne S. Orlowski, DO ’97 John Joseph Orris, DO ’95 Dr. & Mrs. Ralph Otten Domenic A. Palagruto, II, DO ’98 Ronald Paolini, DO ’85 Gerard M. Papp, DO ’71 Brian C. Parsells, DO ’87 Cathy J. Parsells, DO ’89 Martin C. Penetar, DO ’88 John F. Perri, DO ’87 Tina M. Petillo, DO ’83 Darrell W. Petz, DO ’79 Philadelphia Urosurgical Associates, PC Wayne H. Pinover, DO ’88 Mr. Richard Planer & Dr. Dana Ferrar-Planer Edward S. Polashenski, DO ’80 John H. Potomski, Jr., DO ’81 Shilpa R. Pradhan, DO ’92 Mary Previty, DO ’81 T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation, Inc. Randi E. Braman, DO ’91 & Mr. Darrel N. Braman, Jr. Eugene S. Prokopyschyn, DO ’94 Robert A. Promisloff, DO ’73 Stephen A. Pulley, DO ’87 * $1,000 +

Ruth E. Purdy, DO ’50 Thomas J. Puskas, DO ’71 Thomas A. Quinn, DO ’66 J. Chase Rand, DO ’62 Dr. & Mrs. William F. Ranieri Martin T. Rasp, DO ’72 Reconstructive Orthopedics Christine Blobe Redmann, DO ’89 Paul F. Remick, DO ’77 Dr. & Mrs. Robert A. Renza Andrea M. Requa, DO ’89 Evan Ryan Restelli, DO ’99 Mr. Scott P. Righter Judith E. Riley-Lowe, DO ’03 Richard W. Rissmiller, DO ’72 Dr. & Mrs. Darryl A. Robbins Gerald F. Robbins, DO ’71 Janis A. Roberts, DO ’87 Lisa E. Robertson, DO ’92 Robert R. Rodak, DO ’88 Carmela G. Romano-Irwin, DO ’86 Ms. Lila G. Roomberg Dr. & Mrs. Alexander Rosenau Richard B. Russell, Jr., DO ’78 Dr. & Mrs. Richard Ruth Dr. (Col.) & Mrs. S. Paul Sadick Catherine Bernardini Savastani, DO ’96 Victor J. Scali, DO ’80 Judy R. Schauer, DO ’95 Paula Scheetz-Mackrides, DO ’87 Susann E. Schetter, DO ’82 Stanley Schiowitz, DO ’44 John F. Schmelzer, DO ’68 Ms. Jody Schreck Mitchell A. Schwartzman, DO ’76 Lucyann M. Sciandra, DO ’93 Alan H. Scott, DO ’78 Herbert Secouler, DO ’75 David J. Sevitski, DO ’83 Steven D. Shay, DO ’01 Dawn Shell, PhD Albert M. Shkane, DO ’58 David R. Shober, DO ’89 & Michele M. Shober, DO ’89 Amy J. Siegel, DO ’97 Christine M. Zador Silverman, DO ’91 John H. Simmons, DO ’84 Alyssa L. Simone, DO ’01 Diane Smallwood, PsyD Suzanne B. Smith-Elekes, DO ’88 Paul S. Snoke, DO ’56 Richard K. Snyder, DO ’56 Henry Souto, DO Debra K. Spatz, DO ’84 Dr. & Mrs. Carl R. Spease Edward J. Spodobalski, DO ’43

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Contributors DO Alumni Giving by Class Class of 1932 Total Giving: $10,000 George S. Robinson, DO+*

Class of 1933 Total Giving: $500 Rachel A. Witmyer, DO

Class of 1938 Participation: 29% Total Giving: $62,600 Richard S. Koch, DO*鵷 Simon M. Lubin, DO*鵷

Class of 1939 Participation: 9% Total Giving: $25 Anonymous

Class of 1941 Participation: 4% Total Giving: $25,000 Robert E. L. Purvis, DO+*

Class of 1943 Participation: 13% Total Giving: $350 Morton S. Herskowitz, DO Edward J. Spodobalski, DO

Class of 1944 Class Agent: Morris J. Cherrey, DO Participation: 17% Total Giving: $1,776 Rodney H. Chase, DO Morris J. Cherrey, DO Harold S. Goldberg, DO* Stanley Schiowitz, DO鵷 Arthur Snyder, DO

Class of 1945 Class Agent: John A. Cifala, DO Participation: 22% Total Giving: $1,550 Julian Blitz, DO John A. Cifala, DO*鵷 Albert S. Heyman, DO Benjamin Stein, DO

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Howard E. Barsky, DO Harold Kirsh, DO Martin S. Neifield, DO M. Paul Simon, DO

Class of 1947 Participation: 10% Total Giving: $810 Anonymous Andrew D. DeMasi, DO Ervin Feltoon, DO

Class of 1948 Total Giving: $500 Frank E. Zindel, Jr., DO

Class of 1949 Participation: 31% Total Giving: $600 Stanley W. Doe, DO鵷 Dorothy A. Gentzler, DO Martha J. Oldman, DO Joseph J. Zamot, DO鵷

Class of 1950 Participation: 37% Total Giving: $1,925 Anonymous Charles F. Breuninger, DO Milton Canter, DO鵷 Louis R. Criscione, DO Astrid A. Delitzsch, DO Alfred I. Green, DO鵷 Aaron Kuptsow, DO Ruth E. Purdy, DO鵷 Herbert M. Rubin, DO Murray Schreiber, DO Benjamin Serota, DO Sidney Simon, DO鵷

Class of 1951 Participation: 18% Total Giving: $1,650 Victor M. Bove, DO鵷 Thomas F. Carney, DO David Cramer, DO Murray Robin, DO Manuel H. Sloane, DO*

Class of 1952 Participation: 29% Total Giving: $5,425 John C. Cetin, DO*鵷 James J. Costello, DO Norman B. Crane, DO鵷 Vincent Q. Fanton, DO N. Harry Gartzman, DO Philip E. Greenman, DO Martin J. Hoffman, DO鵷 | 2008

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MAJOR GIFT MADE IN HONOR OF 70TH YEAR REUNION

In celebration of his 70th Reunion, Richard Koch, DO ’38, gave $61,000 to support the Unrestricted Annual Fund. Dr. and Mrs. (Traudi) Koch, who live in Olympia, Washington, attended Dr. Koch’s special anniversary gathering in May. Dr. Koch was the recipient of the O.J. Snyder Memorial Medal in 1988.

Hymen Kanoff, DO Robert T. Kellam, DO Sidney Malet, DO+鵷 Norman Rudin, DO William B. Selnick, DO* Robert S. Snader, DO*

Class of 1953 Class Agent: John G. Goulding, DO Participation: 5% Total Giving: $800 John G. Goulding, DO鵷 John C. Longacre, DO鵷

Class of 1954 Class Agents: William C. Bryers, DO William G. McDowell, DO Participation: 17% Total Giving: $2,310 Archie B. Attarian, DO


Contributors Robert L. Bentz, DO鵷 Robert B. Davies, DO Howard L. Hausher, DO Theodore M. Kellogg, Jr., DO William Gilbert McDowell, DO鵷 Gerald Scharf, DO Gerald L. Weaver, DO Edward Zimmerman, DO鵷

Class of 1955 Class Agent: Michael J. Zappitelli, Sr., DO Participation: 19% Total Giving: $1,875 David H. Fliegelman, DO Norman H. Ilowite, DO David B. McClain, DO Edward H. Novitch, DO Thomas W. Pierce, DO James Powell, DO Earle Noble Wagner, DO Edmund L. Zapp, Jr., DO Michael J. Zappitelli, Sr., DO*鵷

Class of 1956 Class Agent: Jay Harris Joseph, DO Participation: 24% Total Giving: $7,250 David Bronstein, DO John A. D’Alessandro, DO Jay Harris Joseph, DO Murray Norman Matez, DO鵷 Frederick R. Melhorn, DO*鵷 David A. Patriquin, DO Charles P. Pritchard, DO Stanford P. Sadick, DO Paul S. Snoke, DO Richard K. Snyder, DO Abraham Zellis, DO

Class of 1957 Class Agents: Richard D. Hockstein, DO Marvin L. Rosner, DO Participation: 34% Total Giving: $8,340 Anita H. Atkins, DO Samuel P. Barker, III, DO Daniel H. Belsky, DO Bernard Blank, DO Arthur F. DeMarco, DO Richard A. Deighan, Jr., DO Allan R. Fox, DO鵷 Richard D. Hockstein, DO*鵷 Lawrence J. Jordan, DO鵷

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CLASS OF 1958 SCHOLARSHIP

The Class of 1958 was the first class to meet a new Reunion challenge grant program instituted by the Board of Trustees. The class raised $60,000 to endow a scholarship; the board matched $50,000 of their funds, bringing the Class of 1958 Scholarship to $110,000. The new scholarship is also eligible for the Trustee Supplemental Grant program, providing an additional $3,000 to the student recipient each year. Michael J. Holt, DO ’58, contributed $25,000, and Leonard M. Popowich, DO ’58, contributed $10,000 toward the new scholarship.

Lazarus M. Kirifides, DO Erwin H. Kliger, DO Norman S. Knee, DO Herman P. Kuehn, DO鵷 Eleanor V. Masterson, DO James F. Rea, DO鵷 Marvin L. Rosner, DO* Douglas K. Shumway, DO Donald F. Stanton, DO Salvatore R. Vasile, DO鵷 Richard W. Whitaker, DO

Class of 1958 Class Agent: Murray H. Cohen, DO Participation: 45% Total Giving: $62,257 Anonymous Joseph Berger, DO Martin Bisk, DO Gary D. Brown, DO Francis J. Cinelli, DO Richard J. Citta, DO+ Murray H. Cohen, DO

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Contributors Chester E. Smith, DO* Gilbert B. Tabby, DO Earle Travis, DO

Class of 1959 Class Agent: Tomulyss Moody, DO Participation: 16% Total Giving: $2,925 Richard M. Bogutz, DO Wilfred M. Danley, III, DO Leonard H. Finkelstein, DO*鵷 Donald J. Goldman, DO Lewis W. Hirsh, DO Tomulyss Moody, DO Ralph F. Otten, DO Milton I. Setnar, DO Robert W. Sharkis, DO Donald H. Thome, DO Sheldon S. Zinberg, DO

Class of 1960 Class Agent: Anthony D. LoBianco, DO Participation: 17% Total Giving: $12,550 Ronald J. Gelzunas, DO Barry L. Getzoff, DO鵷 Elizabeth B. Hughes, DO Ross W. Kingsley, DO Joseph V. Koehler, DO Floyd Krengel, DO鵷 Arthur G. Kurtze, Jr., DO* Anthony D. LoBianco, DO Edwin L. Merow, DO David Miller, DO

HASSMAN FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP

Howard Hassman, DO ’83, completed his family’s scholarship with a gift of $27,000. He also contributed $5,000 toward his class’ 25th Reunion gift. The Hassman Family Scholarship will be awarded to a student who shows a strong interest in pursuing a career in primary care. The family boasts five PCOM graduates: Joseph Hassman, DO ’65, is shown with three of his four children who attended PCOM: Elissa F. Hassman, DO ’86; Michael A. Hassman, DO ’94; and Howard A. Hassman, DO ’83. David R. Hassman, DO ’91, is not pictured.

Carl R. Spease, DO鵷 Donald R. Stoltz, DO Lorraine C. Watts-Klouw, DO

Class of 1962 Class of 1961 Class Agent: Donald A. Bruaw, DO Participation: 40% Total Giving: $17,402 Horace Barsh, DO鵷 Robert G. Bowman, DO Donald A. Bruaw, DO Robert B. Cohen, DO George O. Faerber, DO Joseph L. Hayes, DO Donald G. Hunter, DO Ferdinand L. Manlio, DO Samuel R. Mowery, DO Philip Pearlstein, DO Andrew A. Pecora, DO鵷 Nicholas C. Pedano, DO*鵷 Julian W. Potok, DO Richard R. Ruth, DO Robert M. Smith, DO

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Class Agents: James H. Black, DO Robert S. Maurer, DO Participation: 58% Total Giving: $118,130 David S. Asbel, DO Julius Barkow, DO鵷 William M. Bernard, DO鵷 James H. Black, DO*鵷 Burton Blender, DO* Franklin L. Brody, DO Ronald J. D’Orazio, DO鵷 Merritt G. Davis, Jr., DO Anthony P. Del Borrello, DO Richard R. DiPietro, DO* Francis M. Felice, DO Allen M. Fellows, DO* Bernard Goldstein, DO鵷 Robert S. Liebman, DO Robert C. Madonna, DO鵷

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Class of 1963 Class Agent: Harvey M. Spector, DO Participation: 38% Total Giving: $20,820 Stuart C. Baer, DO鵷 Norman F. C. Baker, DO*鵷 Michael F. Boyle, III, DO Seth W. Brown, DO* Anthony J. Cincotta, DO James D’Amore, Jr., DO*


Contributors Vincent A. DeMuro, Sr., DO* Allan Goldberg, DO*鵷 Myron Howell, DO Alfred P. Mattera, DO Theodore W. Michell, DO*鵷 Jerome Miller, DO*鵷 Walter G. Reich, Jr., DO*鵷 Richard M. Simon, DO Harvey M. Spector, DO*鵷 John N. Stathakis, DO Robert E. Suchert, DO Warren Wolfe, DO

Class of 1964 Class Agent: James P. Tierney, DO Participation: 24% Total Giving: $4,840 Irving B. Aronow, DO*鵷 C. Leonard Catinella, DO鵷 Thomas J. Foote, DO*鵷 Donald R. Furci, DO鵷 Neil P. Glickman, DO W. James Hart, DO Gerald Jacobs, DO Paul G. Kushner, DO Bernard Levine, DO鵷 Allen B. Myers, DO Michael Podolsky, DO Joel L. Samitt, DO David I. Skole, DO Stanley J. Travis, Jr., DO Herbert A. Zemble, DO

Class of 1965 Class Agent: James F. Conroy, DO Participation: 24% Total Giving: $13,426 Anonymous (2) Robert A. Ball, DO鵷 Philip J. Bell, DO*鵷 James F. Conroy, DO* Clifton W. Fisher, DO Joseph M. Hassman, DO* Thomas H. Henderson, DO Vincent Lobo, DO*鵷 William Lozinger, Jr., DO*鵷 Robert M. Mandell, DO鵷 John M. Williams, DO*鵷 Galen D. Young, DO

Class of 1966 * $1,000 +

Class Agent: H. Michael Zal, DO Participation: 31% Total Giving: $5,758 Michael I. Abraham, DO* Peter F. Arino, DO Berel B. Arrow, DO John T. Barbagiovanni, Sr., DO Elliot Blau, DO Ronald Cowen, DO*鵷 Ralph E. Fishkin, DO Donald J. Fruchtman, DO鵷 Jack Goldstein, DO Ronald A. Kirschner, DO Rabbi Merrill J. Mirman, DO William A. Nickey, DO Paul P. Pesce, DO Thomas A. Quinn, DO William F. Ranieri, DO Gerald M. Reed, DO Louis Rottenberg, DO鵷 Pauline M. Schultz, DO Edward A. Slotnick, DO Thomas M. Swartzwelder, DO H. Michael Zal, DO

Class of 1967 Class Agents: John F. Callahan, DO Allan N. Fields, DO Participation: 31% Total Giving: $26,530 Vivian M. Barsky, DO Ronald Ray Blanck, DO* John F. Callahan, DO Edward M. Cohen, DO鵷 Michael Cordas, Jr., DO Gerald J. Corr, DO Roy A. Debeer, DO*鵷 Leonard C. Giunta, DO* Donald J. Gordon, DO鵷 Kirk L. Hilliard, Jr., DO Lillian M. HynesLongendorfer, DO Larry H. Kaliner, DO鵷 Joseph D. Kalowsky, DO* Sherman N. Leis, DO* John R. Socey, DO*鵷 Frank J. Steinberg, DO William Vilensky, DO* Nelson E. Ziets, DO Gary Zisk, DO鵷

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BLUE RIBBON CLUB ESTABLISHED

Beginning this year, PCOM recognizes donors at all levels who have given to the Unrestricted Annual Fund for five consecutive years or more. These individuals—more than 350—have a blue ribbon next to their names in this report. Howard Levy, DO ’68, is among these consistent Blue Ribbon donors who also helped to make his class Reunion a great success.

Class Agents: Sheldon P. Kerner, DO Howard R. Levy, DO Alfred J. Poggi, DO Participation: 33% Total Giving: $12,825 Anonymous Ashley J. Angert, DO Marjorie A. Angert, DO George L. Bradley, Jr., DO鵷

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Contributors J. Paul Clymer, DO James C. Giudice, DO Sheldon P. Kerner, DO*鵷 Preston C. Kuptsow, DO Marvin A. Lessig, DO Stephen S. Levin, DO Howard R. Levy, DO*鵷 Charles A. Mauriello, DO Noel L. Melhorn, DO* Arthur J. Muller, DO*鵷 Charles E. Parker, DO David B. Plone, DO* Alfred J. Poggi, DO*鵷 Barry J. Rosen, DO John F. Schmelzer, DO Bernard S. Sobel, DO*鵷 James N. Stengel, DO Frank T. Stratton, Jr., DO Paul E. Wallner, DO

Participation: 24% Total Giving: $13,775 John W. Becher, DO*鵷 David H. Blom, DO*鵷 Michael J. Chaffier, DO鵷 Joseph A. Dieterle, DO*鵷 Dennis W. Franks, DO Louis C. Haenel, III, DO鵷 Joseph C. Hummel, DO*鵷 Edward A. Metz, DO James C. Miller, DO William J. Moors, DO Robert T. Motsay, DO James J. Nicholson, DO Gerald H. Skobinsky, DO C. Richard Smith, Jr., DO Robert L. Stremmel, DO Edwin J. Sullivan, DO

Class of 1971 Class of 1969 Class Agents: David A. Bevan, DO Harry E. Manser, Jr., DO, MBA Participation: 30% Total Giving: $12,626 Ronald D. Abraham, DO*鵷 Robert A. Barnes, DO David A. Bevan, DO*鵷 Edgar B. Bolton, Jr., DO Guy A. Buonincontro, DO Steven L. Edell, DO Bruce T. Eisenhardt, DO Andrew T. Fanelli, DO Burton H. Ginsberg, DO Allan E. Koff, DO Harry E. Manser, Jr., DO, MBA*鵷 Walter S. Matkiwsky, DO Stanley M. Poleck, DO* Mark K. Radbill, DO Morris I. Rossman, DO William J. Saks, Jr., DO Richard J. Shapiro, DO John G. Shutack, DO鵷 Richard C. Simmers, Jr., DO鵷 Donald C. Tilton, DO* Stuart M. Topkis, DO鵷 M. Jay Wexler, DO鵷 Barclay M. Wilson, DO James W. Ziccardi, DO鵷

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Class Agents: Carol A. Fox, MM (Hon.) Pat A. Lannutti, DO John P. Simelaro, DO Participation: 29% Total Giving: $14,250 David C. DePutron, Jr., DO John E. Dougherty, III, DO Barry I. Eisenberg, DO Mark B. Fishtein, DO Carol A. Fox, MM (Hon.)*鵷 David D. Goldberg, DO鵷 David J. Kendall, DO* Lawrence E. Kline, DO Pat A. Lannutti, DO*鵷 Elvin L. Martin, DO Patrick J. McAndrew, DO John H. Nipple, DO Gary S. Packin, DO Gerard M. Papp, DO Thomas J. Puskas, DO鵷 Richard A. Renza, DO*鵷 Darryl A. Robbins, DO鵷 Gerald F. Robbins, DO Paul W. Sauers, DO*鵷 Donald V. J. Sesso, DO鵷 John P. Simelaro, DO Lewis J. Sims, DO Robert R. Speer, DO* Paul W. Taylor, DO Ira S. Wertheimer, DO鵷 Merritt B. White, DO Jay M. Wolkov, DO John Yardumian, DO

Class of 1972 Class Agent: Donald Wesley Minteer, Jr., DO Participation: 25%

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Total Giving: $35,975 Robert S. Auerbach, DO James E. Blacksmith, DO Seymour H. Block, DO*鵷 Brian J. Boyle, DO*鵷 Stephen L. Burnstein, DO鵷 John C. Carlson, DO Cleanne Cass, DO Thomas E. Currie, DO*鵷 Charles P. Fasano, DO* P. Harold Finkel, DO Daniel S. Gordon, DO Roy L. Gorin, DO* Matthew F. Gutowicz, Jr., DO Robert T. Herron, DO*鵷 J. Grant Kehler, III, DO Alan R. Kunkel, DO Howard M. Listwa, DO Michael I. Miller, DO Donald Wesley Minteer, Jr., DO Richard M. Purse, DO* Martin T. Rasp, DO Richard W. Rissmiller, DO鵷 Gregory P. Samano, DO*鵷 Paul M. Spector, DO* Joseph H. Stewart, III, DO Joan M. Watkins, DO*鵷 Ronald S. Woodworth, DO*鵷

Class of 1973 Class Agent: Herbert J. Rogove, DO Participation: 26% Total Giving: $20,500 Raymond A. Adelizzi, DO Allen L. Axe, DO John C. Chiesa, DO Ronald J. Ellis, DO* Harry L. Faust, Jr., DO John M. Ferretti, II, DO* Steven G. Galler, DO* Mark A. Illfelder, DO鵷 Robert J. Labaczewski, DO*鵷 Ronald J. Librizzi, DO* Robert C. Luderer, DO Richard F. Lutinski, DO Chester J. Madzelan, DO Jeffrey J. Maron, DO Joseph J. Mayberry, DO鵷 John P. McLaughlin, DO鵷 Richard J. Panicco, DO Arthur S. Platt, DO* Ellen M. Platt, DO* Robert A. Promisloff, DO Herbert J. Rogove, DO* Henry Sadek, DO鵷 Gary L. Saltus, DO鵷


Contributors Larry S. Seidman, DO* Kenneth F. Steel, DO*鵷 John P. Sterner, DO*鵷 John S. Stevens, Jr., DO*鵷 Richard D. Sulman, DO Timothy R. Toward, DO John G. Trzesniowski, DO Gene J. Upanavage, DO George J. Vilushis, DO

Class of 1974 Class Agent: Dennis B. Zaslow, DO+ Participation: 24% Total Giving: $15,201 Anonymous Charles T. Andrews, DO Thomas E. Baker, DO Harvey S. Benn, DO H. William Bonekat, DO鵷 Avrom S. Brown, DO James J. Byrne, DO Dennis W. Cakouros, DO William E. Carroll, DO Larry W. Cohen, DO鵷 Charles E. Darowish, DO Michael Jon Feinstein, DO* Harry P. Flanagan, III, DO鵷 Jack O. Gratch, DO Carl A. Hoffman, Jr., DO*鵷 Steven Katz, DO Arnold S. Kremer, DO Francis L. Levin, DO Michael J. Marks, DO James A. McLaughlin, DO鵷 Marc A. Mintz, DO Francis X. Murray, Jr., DO Lester A. Ruppersberger, DO Richard A. Scott, DO Maurice Singer, DO*鵷 Harvey A. Soifer, DO Edward A. Styduhar, Jr., DO Marc E. Tennenbaum, DO Nicholas D. Tretta, Jr., DO George D. Vermeire, DO Kenneth D. Winokur, DO Dennis B. Zaslow, DO+鵷

Class of 1975 Class Agent: Jon J. O’Brien, SJ, DO Participation: 31% Total Giving: $32,776

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Anonymous Gary A. Agia, DO*鵷 George M. Ajjan, DO Lawrence K. Alwine, DO鵷 Eugene Andruczyk, DO Patricia J. Ausman, DO William F. Brennan, DO Alan S. Brooker, DO* Timothy G. Cook, DO James P. Dwyer, DO* Dennis L. Eckels, DO Larry M. Espenshade, DO Stanley E. Essl, DO Barry Feingold, DO Peter P. Giammanco, DO* Howard L. Glass, DO鵷 G. S. Peter Gross, DO* Barry J. Hennessey, DO* Wayne A. Hey, DO*鵷 George C. Hochreiter, DO James J. Hynick, DO Jeffrey I. Jackerson, DO* Henry J. Kneidinger, DO Roy M. Kring, DO鵷 Jeffry A. Lindenbaum, DO*鵷 Kenneth F. Lovell, DO Paul P. McCaffrey, DO Alexander S. Nicholas, DO*鵷 Jon J. O’Brien, SJ, DO John M. Parschauer, DO鵷 Richard A. Pascucci, DO*鵷 Lewis M. Pincus, DO Craig E. Pursell, DO James F. Quigley, DO*鵷 Herbert Secouler, DO鵷 Steven M. Snyder, DO David M. Spratt, DO鵷 Theresa A. Walls, DO Edward H. Yob, DO Allen J. Zagoren, DO George T. Zahorian, III, DO William A. Zwiebel, DO

Class of 1976 Class Agent: R. Michael Gallagher, DO Participation: 24% Total Giving: $21,265 Joseph J. Andris, DO Vincent E. Baldino, DO Scott G. Barnes, DO Robert H. Biggs, DO*鵷 Michael H. Borek, DO鵷 Robert D. Briglia, DO鵷 Gregory W. Chapman, DO Richard D. Cohen, DO

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Class of 1977 Class Agent: H. Sprague Taveau, IV, DO, MBA Participation: 26% Total Giving: $35,235 Linda P. Augelli-Hodor, DO Sue Bailey, DO Edward P. Balaban, DO* Robert J. Bell, DO鵷 George Bonafino, DO鵷 Jerome H. Bonier, DO鵷 Kenneth G. Borie, DO鵷 Dominic E. Castrignano, DO Anthony D’Angelo, Jr., DO* Robert J. Esper, DO Silvia M. Ferretti, DO Jeffrey S. Fugate, DO William D. Haberstroh, DO Thomas A. Haffey, DO* Martin J. Kerzer, DO Cell U. Kim, DO James J. Kirk, DO David H. Krahe, DO

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Contributors Anthony M. Landis, DO鵷 John B. Lang, DO Jerry M. Littlefield, DO Christian J. Losch, III, DO Timothy P. Lowney, DO, MBA*鵷 Edward L. Lundy, DO Thomas E. Martin, DO David M. Masiak, DO鵷 Arthur S. Maslow, DO* John M. Massaro, DO Kenneth G. McGrath, DO James C. McMaster, DO Joan L. Moore, DO Mary Ann Picardo, DO Ronald L. Pope, DO* Joe Bob Porter, DO Paul F. Remick, DO Michael A. Resnick, DO* Raymond L. Ruberg, Jr., DO Michael C. Saltzburg, DO* Alan B. Sommers, DO鵷 Edward J. Strauss, DO H. Sprague Taveau, IV, DO, MBA鵷 Daniel T. Tell, DO Dennis P. Toomey, DO鵷 William F. Trakat, DO鵷 Melvin Z. Twersky, DO Norman E. Vinn, DO鵷 Michael A. Washinsky, DO Ronald I. Weiner, DO Daniel D. Wert, Jr., DO鵷 Jan N. Widerman, DO Michael I. Wiener, DO Frank L. Wilczynski, DO

Anonymous Dennis E. Agostini, PhD, DO Andrew M. Alloy, DO* Edward J. Ausman, DO*鵷 Fizul H. Bacchus, PhD, DO* Kevin G. Barber, DO*鵷 David A. Baron, DO Martin Blume, DO Bruce S. Bonier, DO鵷 Nancy H. Brown, DO Oliver C. Bullock, DO*鵷 Joseph A. Cable, DO Roddy P. Canosa, DO John V. Cappello, DO Elizabeth J. Carroll, DO* Christopher F. Colopinto, DO* Harry A. Cooper, DO* Dolores Daczkowski Cilley, DO* Edward L. Davis, DO* Carlo J. DiMarco, DO Lorraine M. DiSipio, DO* Richard D. Donze, DO Daniel C. DuPont, DO* Kenneth Ellis, DO Joseph Farrell, DO*鵷 Glenn S. Freed, DO* Cynthia A. Gabrielli, DO Samuel J. Garloff, DO* Wayne S. Garraway, DO鵷 Ernest R. Gelb, DO* Robert D. Gober, DO*鵷 Richard M. Gomberg, DO William J. Herbert, III, DO J. Michael Herr, DO George R. Homa, DO* Class of 1978 Paul M. Imber, DO*鵷 Class Agents: Ronald E. Johnson, DO Lorraine M. DiSipio, DO Henry J. Karcsh, DO鵷 Bruce Kornberg, DO David I. Kaufman, DO Milton D. Soiferman, JD, DO Bruce Kornberg, DO* Participation: 36% Mary Ann Kozlowski, DO Total Giving: $103,937 Madeleine L. Long, DO Robert D. Gober, DO, challenged his David M. Loss, DO* classmates to make a special gift in Patricia M. Maher, DO*鵷 honor of their 30-year Reunion to John F. Manfredonia, DO achieve 100 percent participation. He Martin L. Marenus, DO matched gifts made by the donors listed Peter A. Martina, DO below and made additional donations to Harry J. Morris, III, DO*鵷 honor the members of the Class of 1978. John C. Pellosie, Jr., DO Andrew W. Potler, DO Bruce H. Rank, DO George F. Reeher, DO Layne D. Roberts, DO Richard B. Russell, Jr., DO鵷 Alan H. Scott, DO Steven G. Scott, DO

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Robert J. Shields, III, DO Jerrold M. Snyder, DO* Milton D. Soiferman, JD, DO* Curtis P. Swagler, DO David A. Thomas, DO, PhD* Jack M. Thome, DO Leo W. Todd, Jr., DO David R. Tomazic, DO*鵷 Kenneth A. Unice, DO鵷 John R. Waldron, Jr., DO R. Curtis Waligura, DO Robert S. Wilson, DO

Class of 1979 Class Agent: Earl H. Brinser, DO Participation: 24% Total Giving: $18,275 Sharon L. Altman, DO John J. Bowden, Jr., DO John Brabazon, DO Daniel P. Cherry, III, DO Pamela A. Crilley, DO Alfred R. D’Angelo, DO鵷 James G. Dale, DO Michael J. Davidson, DO Drake P. DeHart, DO*鵷 Margaret M. Dickerson, DO Walter C. Ehrenfeuchter, DO* John C. Evans, DO Paul Evans, DO*鵷 John J. Feldmeier, DO James W. Fitzpatrick, DO鵷 Robert M. Fliegelman, DO Bruce B. Frantz, DO Daniel E. Gooding, DO Robert E. Hallworth, DO鵷 Lynwood W. Hammers, DO*鵷 Paul E. Harris, Jr., DO* Louis H. Hirshberg, DO Bonnie L. Hubicz, DO鵷 Robert J. Hynick, DO Samuel G. Joseph, DO Nelson P. Kopyt, DO Richard T. Leshner, DO* Steven A. Lillmars, DO Bruce S. Margolis, DO Stephen L. Matarese, DO Thomas F. Morley, DO Susan D. Peck, DO* Darrell W. Petz, DO Stacey A. Robertson, DO鵷 Barry L. Smith, DO Carol L. St. George, DO David J. Stern, DO Mary Swajian, DO


Contributors Kenneth J. Toff, DO Ronald P. Turnicky, DO Thomas A. Tylman, DO鵷 Stephen F. Uhlman, DO Patrick J. Vlahos, DO William A. Wewer, DO Daniel J. Yutronich, DO

Class of 1980 Class Agent: Steven J. Fagan, DO Participation: 27% Total Giving: $27,550 Benjamin Abraham, DO Raymond B. Attolino, DO George K. Avetian, DO Roberta R. Ball, DO鵷 Joseph D. Becker, DO*鵷 Brooks Betts, II, DO鵷 David A. Bitonte, DO J. Greg Brady, DO Bernard S. Cieniawa, DO* William W. Clendenen, DO Robert B. Contrucci, DO Gary W. Eden, DO Steven J. Fagan, DO* Bruce A. Feldman, DO Mark S. Finkelstein, DO David S. Friedenberg, DO Patti B. Garbeil, DO鵷 Alan K. Geisler, DO William B. Glenn, DO Michelle B. Hobson, DO James D. Hogue, DO鵷 Carol Hostetter, DO Carl A. Johnson, DO Paul S. Karlin, DO Ronda Karp, DO John M. Kish, DO* Eugene J. Klifto, DO鵷 Don A. Koenigsberg, DO鵷 Joyce D. Leonetti, DO G. Lee Lerch, Jr., DO* Richard N. Levrault, DO Brent Vaughn Long, DO William E. Longenecker, DO Michael F. Lurakis, DO* Russell F. Mazda, DO Robert F. Mazzuca, DO* Denise M. Medwick, DO Gerald R. Medwick, DO Stephen G. Paxson, DO Raymond J. Perez, DO Edward S. Polashenski, DO L. Donald Randino, DO Ira C. Sachs, DO*

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Victor J. Scali, DO Saul E. Schreiber, DO*鵷 Michael F. Shank, DO Richard A. Stratchko, DO John K. Taus, DO Paul A. Terpeluk, DO Timothy N. Tetzlaff, DO* Lawrence J. Tremper, DO Kathleen M. Tylman, DO

Class of 1981 Class Agent: Gerald E. Dworkin, DO Participation: 30% Total Giving: $44,110 Anonymous Robert J. Aitken, DO Richard B. Antosek, DO Eileen M. Arnold, DO Gary L. Atkinson, DO David L. Beaton, DO Bernard J. Bernacki, DO*鵷 Joseph M. Brand, DO* Gregory C. Brant, DO* Anthony J. Brazen, III, DO Gerard D. Brown, DO鵷 Joseph J. Calabro, DO*鵷 Gregory E. Cali, DO Neil A. Capretto, DO Nicholas P. Chiumento, DO* Frank D. DiCenzo, III, DO Kenneth K. Doroski, DO Gerald E. Dworkin, DO*鵷 Marguerite A. Erme, DO, MPH Larry J. Feinman, DO John W. Fornace, DO Brad E. Green, DO鵷 Larry S. Hahn, DO Martin K. Heine, DO Joseph L. Herson, III, DO Dennis L. Iaccarino, DO Craig T. Johnston, Sr., DO Susan I. Kaufman, DO Fred K. Khalouf, DO William L. Kliefoth, Jr., DO William Lamb, Jr., DO Brendan J. Lee, Jr., DO鵷 Laran J. Lerner, DO* Thomas G. Majernick, DO John Z. McDonald, DO*鵷 Pamela Giliberto Mehalick, DO Gerald T. Mehalick, DO Paul M. Miller, DO Harry D. Mintzer, DO Lawrence M. Neustadter, DO Evan A. Nicholas, DO

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Class of 1982 Class Agent: Anthony J. Silvagni, DO, PharmD, MSc Participation: 31% Total Giving: $41,125 Anonymous Michael J. Allshouse, DO* Michael G. Alt, DO* Abby S. Brodkin, DO John R. Bucholtz, DO Michael P. Burruano, DO Barbara Caton, DO Patricia A. DeAngelis, DO Nate F. DeLisi, DO* Mark T. DiMarcangelo, DO, MSc Stuart G. Dubowitch, DO Gustav R. Eles, DO*鵷 Jere R. Eshleman, DO John E. Everett, III, DO* Gloria T. Fioravanti, DO鵷 Scot Adam Fisher, DO*鵷 Mitchell K. Freedman, DO鵷 Lisa A. Ost Fritz, DO Robert A. Fritz, DO David N. Geiger, DO鵷 Susan M. Geiger, DO鵷 Gregory S. Gelburd, DO Reid Gentile, DO Rocco A. Giliberti, DO Dominic F. Glorioso, Jr., DO Richard A. Greco, DO鵷 Jordan H. Greer, DO Jeanne E. Grove, DO*鵷 Joseph G. Gunselman, DO*鵷 Stuart A. Hartman, DO*鵷 John F. X. Horan, DO Joseph M. Kaczmarczyk, DO* Dennis R. Kapp, DO

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Contributors Denise P. Karasic, DO Julia M. Kennedy, DO James V. Kiernan, DO*鵷 Robert A. Koenigsberg, DO Joseph J. Lawrence, DO Howard B. Levin, DO Kathleen C. Lewis, DO* Jere J. Mammino, DO鵷 Robert C. Martin, DO William J. Meis, DO* Beth H. K. Mulvihill, DO Claudia M. Petruncio, DO John H. Polak, DO Richard F. Salmon, DO Joseph V. Salvia, Jr., DO Susann E. Schetter, DO Anthony J. Silvagni, DO*鵷 Judith M. Stranko-Richard, DO鵷 Marlene B. Terlingo, DO鵷 Margaret S. Tretter, DO Anthony A. Vasile, Sr., DO鵷 Marc A. Vengrove, DO Gary V. Wertman, DO William P. West, DO Ralph S. Wolf, DO鵷 Jeffrey A. Yocum, DO

Class of 1983 Class Agents: Mary Ann DiBiagio, DO Darlene Ann Dunay, DO Douglas E. Mazzuca, DO Participation: 32% Total Giving: $89,235 Anonymous (2) Robert K. Aichele, Jr., DO Locke W. Barber, DO Daniel F. Battafarano, DO* Elizabeth C. Bell, DO Mitchell Bober, DO Thomas A. Boyle, DO Nancy E. Braese, DO Janet Lynn Brown, DO* Patrick J. Carey, DO* Patti A. Chambers, DO James J. Cosgrove, DO* Jane K. Cottingham, DO Jeffrey D. Cushman, DO Mark E. Delowery, DO, MPH Scott J. Deron, DO David P. Deysher, DO Mary Ann DiBiagio, DO*鵷 Michael A. Donegan, DO Darlene Ann Dunay, DO* Neil W. Fisher, DO Lisa M. Frison, DO* Edward E. Geosits, DO*

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Marc D. Golden, DO* Dominick A. Grosso, DO Susan B. Hainley, DO Howard A. Hassman, DO* Carol L. Henwood, DO*鵷 Kenneth R. Higgins, DO Vartan Igidbashian, DO* C. Robert Johnson, DO Jeffrey I. Joseph, DO Starr M. Kearney, DO Mark R. Leone, DO Beth A. Loss-Higgins, DO Susan Guttenplan Manella, DO Charles H. Marks, DO Douglas E. Mazzuca, DO* James R. McLaughlin, DO Kevin R. Melnick, DO Stephen Mifsud, DO Gordon B. Miller, Jr., DO*鵷 Fredrick W. Munzer, DO Joseph L. Onishchuk, DO* Tina M. Petillo, DO James E. Phillips, DO*鵷 Marc J. Pliskin, DO* John E. Prior, DO Robert A. Schamberger, DO David J. Sevitski, DO鵷 William E. Shiels, II, DO Victor Sobolewski, III, DO Daria M. Starosta, DO Victoria Stout, DO Nina M. Stuccio-White, DO Karen G. Swensen, DO Jerry M. Trachtenberg, DO Rosemary E. Vickers, DO* Michael J. Voyack, DO Dyanne Westerberg, DO Bruce Williams, DO Cynthia M. Williams, DO Michael J. Zakrzewski, DO*

Class of 1984 Class Agent: Paul V. Suhey, DO Participation: 28% Total Giving: $43,981 Anonymous Joseph J. Alshon, DO鵷 Vincent R. Avallone, Jr., DO Suzette T. Avetian, DO Michael B. Band, DO Jennifer A. Bantley-Wilson, DO Alfonso J. Barbati, DO鵷 Catherine Barone, DO James Batcheller, DO Martin K. Belsky, DO Hal S. Bendit, DO*鵷

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K. Corinne Besser, DO Lee M. Blatstein, DO*鵷 Vincent J. Bobby, DO鵷 Mark S. Boland, DO鵷 Deborah A. Bren, DO H. Kennedy Cathcart, DO*鵷 Benjamin S. Chack, DO David Coffey, DO* Craig B. Danshaw, DO*鵷 Octavio de los Reyes, DO Robert A. Donato, DO Lori Dunn, DO Patricia M. Enzman, DO Gregory R. Frailey, DO Jane K. Garnjost, DO Douglas L. Haas, DO Donna M. Hendrie, DO Kimber A. Jones, DO Gary R. Kania, DO鵷 Michael E. Kasabian, DO Patrick J. Kerrigan, DO* Ricky Lockett, DO, MBA, MPH* Ross E. Megargel, DO Steven W. Melhorn, DO Francis J. Montone, DO鵷 Daniel M. O’Roark, DO Lawrence Paolini, DO鵷 Elaine G. Pendrak, DO* Albert J. Peters, DO Marcia L. Pokriva, DO Terry A. Robison, DO* George J. Schmieder, DO Faith T. Scholnick, DO* Fred P. Schwaibold, DO* Aaron Schwartz, DO John H. Simmons, DO Debra K. Spatz, DO Michael T. Steelman, DO Paul V. Suhey, DO*鵷 Kathleen E. Sweeney, DO David S. Tabby, DO Richard B. Tancer, DO*鵷 Peter W. Taraschi, DO David C. Wentzel, DO Ronald P. Willoughby, DO鵷

Class of 1985 Class Agent: Michael P. Meyer, DO Participation: 28% Total Giving: $25,385 Anonymous Eileen P. Beale, DO Dale R. Bortz, DO Jill Bortz, DO Robert W. Brooks, DO Randall Brundage, DO


Contributors Carl D. Burnett, III, DO Michael A. Ciriaco, DO John B. Coll, DO鵷 Samuel J. Congello, DO Ellen D. Conroy, DO Charles E. D’Auria, DO鵷 Mary L. D’Auria, DO Izola David, DO* Pragnesh A. Desai, DO Robert D. DiMaio, DO Stephen T. Fisher, DO*鵷 Erin M. Fly-Mitchell, DO Steven W. Geise, DO Raymond A. Geyer, DO Leonard S. Goldsmith, DO James F. Guenther, DO* Keith W. Harrison, DO Leilani L. Heller-Dimmig, DO Debra K. Hermany, DO Carol L. Holobinko, DO Mark Jacobson, DO Albert E. Janke, III, DO Allan C. Johnson, Jr., DO John J. Kelly, Jr., DO鵷 Jeffrey T. Kirchner, DO Robert M. Kuhnhenn, DO Thomas M. Laton, DO Larry Levinson, DO Jonathan Levyn, DO鵷 David B. Lewis, DO Byron A. Littlefield, DO Ralph D. Mazzochetti, DO Diane McClain, DO William M. McLaughlin, Jr., DO*鵷 Michael P. Meyer, DO Wayne G. Miller, DO Salvatore A. Moscatello, DO Joseph P. Olekszyk, DO鵷 Mark Osevala, DO Ronald Paolini, DO Nicholas J. Placentra, Jr., DO Carol K. Robison, DO* Dana C. Shaffer, DO* Andrew D. Sitkoff, DO Richard M. Troum, DO Ronald M. Unice, DO Barbara B. Wallis, DO David J. Young, DO

Class of 1986 Class Agent: John C. Sefter, DO Participation: 22% Total Giving: $24,136 James T. Arscott, DO

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Karen E. Arscott, DO Mark D. Baker, DO Alan Barman, DO Michael R. Bernui, DO James M. Bonner, DO*鵷 David M. Brill, DO Philip J. Cinelli, DO鵷 Bruce A. Colley, DO鵷 Mary Anne Damiani, DO William R. Dickerman, DO Marc F. Domsky, DO Deanne S. Endy, DO Jon S. Fisher, DO Mark E. Folk, DO Gintare T. Gecys, DO Steven D. Grejda, DO鵷 Neil J. Halin, DO Elissa F. Hassman, DO Stephen J. Hittman, DO* Michael L. Kondash, DO Joseph J. Kuchinski, DO*鵷 Scott J. M. Lim, DO David L. Lohin, DO James S. McEvoy, DO Thomas M. Mextorf, DO Jane Siehl Moore, DO*鵷 Gary D. Nothstein, DO鵷 Douglas B. Paul, DO* Carmela G. Romano-Irwin, DO Donald H. Rosenbaum, Jr., DO* Richard Rudnicki, DO*鵷 John C. Sefter, DO*鵷 Peter C. Serpico, DO John S. Snoke, DO Mary Jeanne Spinosi, DO鵷 Daniel B. Sullivan, DO Deebeanne M. Tavani, DO, PhD Nina L. Taylor, DO Carol Unice, DO Daniel J. Vile, DO Paul D. Williams, DO鵷 Michael J. Zawisza, DO Howard R. Zveitel, DO

Class of 1987 Class Agents: Elliott Bilofsky, DO Katherine C. Erlichman, DO Participation: 28% Total Giving: $27,600 Anonymous (2) Lawrence I. Barr, DO* Domenick Braccia, DO John M. Buonomo, DO Valerie Augello Carregal, DO*

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Residents of Atlanta, Georgia, Faith Scholnick, DO ’84, and Fred Schwaibold, DO ’84, have been instrumental alumni supporters at GA–PCOM. Dr. Scholnick was an early participant on the admissions committee, and Dr. Schwaibold is opening doors at Piedmont Hospital where he is a radiation oncologist. They joined the President’s Fellows club this year with a gift of $10,000 to the Unrestricted Annual Fund.

Linda M. Case, DO Joseph P. Collins, Jr., DO Doris D. Corey, DO Thomas J. Dagney, III, DO Daniel R. Debo, DO* Maria P. Dugan, DO Jane E. Durkin, DO Philip L. Ehrig, DO鵷 Jeffrey W. Erinoff, DO Katherine C. Erlichman, DO*鵷 Carla T. Falcon, DO鵷 Janis Fegley, DO Larry N. Finkelstein, DO鵷 Lisa J. Finkelstein, DO Brian G. Friedrich, DO鵷

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Contributors Anthony B. Furey, DO Richard C. Gaibler, DO Jean Golden-Tevald, DO Michael E. Hauk, DO*鵷 Violet A. Henighan, DO Gregory W. Higbee, DO Suzanne L. Huffnagle, DO鵷 H. Jane Huffnagle-Marchesano, DO Richard E. Johnson, DO* Robert S. Jones, DO Kim Kuhar, DO Annamarie C. LammendolaMelone, DO Anna-Marie Liszka, DO Lorie Loreman, DO鵷 Thomas E. Marchiondo, DO Janet Griffith Marnejon, DO Thomas P. Marnejon, DO John J. Moore, DO Brian C. Parsells, DO Michael L. Peck, DO* John F. Perri, DO Stephen J. Petteruti, DO Gwendolyn A. Poles-Corker, DO* Stephen A. Pulley, DO鵷 Janis A. Roberts, DO Paul A. Saloky, DO Kennedy J. Sbat, DO* Paula Scheetz-Mackrides, DO John R. Scranton, DO Frances Sirico-Kelly, DO鵷 Jack L. Snitzer, DO Clare A. Thomas, DO Clifford H. Threlkeld, DO Fred G. Wenger, Jr., DO

Class of 1988 Class Agents: Mark A. DeMasi, DO Marla DePolo Golden, DO Eric M. Lipnack, DO Participation: 21% Total Giving: $20,652 Debra J. Attinello-Molbegott, DO Mark D. Beyer, DO鵷 Stanley T. Bohinski, DO JoAnn Burke, DO鵷 Glenn L. Carnicelli, DO Michael D. Cesare, DO Carman A. Ciervo, DO Kevin R. Clawson, DO Todd Cousins, DO Mark A. DeMasi, DO Thomas J. Ellis, DO James Fierro, DO Michael F. Gaugler, DO James Gentile, DO

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Jennifer L. Giardina, DO* John R. Gimpel, MEd, DO Marla DePolo Golden, DO* Derek I. Grossman, DO Gene A. Harris, DO Ronald K. Herb, DO Richard A. Knebel, DO Stephen J. Kushner, DO鵷 Bryan E. LaBuda, DO Kathryn C. Lambert, DO Eric M. Lipnack, DO*鵷 Randy G. Litman, DO* Christopher J. Lucas, DO Mark H. Masteller, DO Allan M. McLeod, DO, JD, MBA鵷 A. Scott McNeal, DO* Gregory G. Papadeas, DO* Martin C. Penetar, DO Wayne H. Pinover, DO Frank C. Pregler, DO Joshua A. Rabinowitz, DO Robert R. Rodak, DO John S. Ruskey, DO Susan M. Sabol, DO* Susan W. Shulman, DO Suzanne B. Smith-Elekes, DO Steven L. Spivak, DO*鵷 Keith A. Waddle, DO Edward J. Zaloga, DO

Class of 1989 Class Agent: Judith R. Pryblick, DO Participation: 26% Total Giving: $28,325 Anonymous (2) Gary L. Anderson, DO Teresa M. Smith Ball, DO Kris M. Belland, DO J. Steven Blake, DO, MSc*鵷 Mary Beth Bollinger, DO Robert D. Bricker, DO* John E. Connelly, DO鵷 Lynn Anne Cornelius, DO Robert H. Debbs, DO Pamela Jaye Durham-Belland, DO Edward N. Fishman, DO Kere J. Frey, DO Coy B. Fullen, DO Robert A. Garvin, DO Harris Gratz, DO Anthony J. Guarracino, DO鵷 Patrick J. Hanley, DO Gary Frederick Kolarik, DO* Donna Leonardo, DO Susan Snyder Matta, DO Robert A. Matta, DO

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John F. McCarthy, DO Gregory McDonald, DO* John K. Molesworth, DO Renee D. Morrow-Connelly, DO鵷 John Mueller, DO Philip A. Neiderer, DO鵷 Jeffrey T. Nold, DO Cathy J. Parsells, DO William J. Pesce, DO Andrew S. Poulshock, DO Alice R. Premaza-Mueller, DO鵷 Marylou J. Rainone, DO*鵷 Christine Blobe Redmann, DO Andrea M. Requa, DO Andrea J. Richard, DO鵷 Vincent G. Sacco, DO鵷 Conrad J. Sarnecki, Jr., DO David R. Shober, DO鵷 Michele M. Shober, DO鵷 Coleen M. Smith, DO Mary Jo Golden Thomson, DO Margot L. Waitz, DO John R. Ward, DO Marie J. Warner, DO鵷 Brian E. Wind, DO

Class of 1990 Class Agent: Jennifer L. Waxler, DO Participation: 15% Total Giving: $8,860 Jeffrey D. Amidon, DO Cindee R. Belman, DO Bridget F. Berich, DO James A. Caffrey, DO Andrew Cykiert, DO鵷 Christopher J. Droogan, DO Nancie J. Fitch, DO Mary A. Forester, DO David A. Forstein, DO Leslie S. Foster, DO Stephen F. Gold, DO Stacy L. Greenspan, DO Joseph M. Guarino, DO Lawrence D. Hochman, DO Daniel J. Hyman, DO Barbara M. Juriga, DO Helene M. Koch, DO Paul J. Lapoint, DO* Gusti A. Lickfield-Strong, DO James T. Little, DO Alison E. MacDonald, DO Arthur J. McDermet, DO Joseph M. Novi, DO Joseph L. Perez, DO Michael J. Pisano, III, DO Laurel A. Retay, DO


Contributors Howard Robinson, DO, MHSA鵷 Howard J. Sadinsky, DO Andrew J. Wren, DO

Class of 1991 Class Agents: Luke G. Nelligan, DO Melissa Neumann Schwartz, DO Participation: 11% Total Giving: $9,495 Mari Blackburn, DO Randi E. Braman, DO鵷 Norman M. Callahan, III, DO*鵷 Jeanine M. Compesi, DO Robert A. Crossey, DO鵷 Steven P. Horvitz, DO David P. Krewson, DO Sheri D. Lim, DO Andrew J. Malinchak, DO Luke G. Nelligan, DO*鵷 Linda M. Purcell, DO James E. Rasinsky, DO Jean M. Reams, DO Melissa Neumann Schwartz, DO*鵷 Timothy J. Sempowski, DO Christine M. Zador Silverman, DO Timothy B. Stonesifer, DO Lee Ann VanHouten-Sauter, DO鵷 Anne C. Ward, DO Michael S. Weiner, DO James M. Williams, DO

Class of 1992 Class Agent: Gene M. Battistella, DO Participation: 16% Total Giving: $11,293 Anonymous Emil V. Abdalla, DO John A. Appiott, DO Andrea Barbier, DO Susan Marie Baro, DO*鵷 Gene M. Battistella, DO*鵷 Walter J. Bell, Jr., DO Jill B. Cohen, DO Heidi B. Cooperstein, DO Rocco J. Crescenzo, DO Susan L. Deakin, DO Gary J. Della’Zanna, DO, MSc Elena Ruzzi Farrell, DO* Angela G. Knestaut, DO Daniel J. Kupas, DO鵷 Richard J. Lizak, DO Helen M. McCullough-Duzy, DO

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Eric B. Newman, DO Anne L. Palumbo, DO George A. Persin, DO Shilpa R. Pradhan, DO Lisa E. Robertson, DO James E. Silone, Jr., DO Joseph A. Stegmuller, DO David A. Wald, DO Joyce Wanglee Wald, DO Barbara T. Williams-Page, DO Ellen G. Wood, DO Robert G. Yager, Jr., DO David L. Zack, DO Alan G. Zond, DO鵷

Class of 1993 Class Agents: Benjamin I. Blank, DO Susan A. Blank, DO Kimberly Legg Corba, DO Larissa Fernando Dominy, DO Clara Marie Higgins, DO Participation: 17% Total Giving: $11,025 Michael J. Attanasio, DO Beth A. Bingaman, DO Benjamin I. Blank, DO* Susan A. Blank, DO* Gary Bonfante, DO Robert J. Branton, DO Richard J. Burns, Jr., DO* Mahan Chehrenama, DO Kimberly Legg Corba, DO Robert J. Corba, DO* Steven K. Costalas, DO鵷 Michelle E. DiLorenzo-Allen, DO Larissa Fernando Dominy, DO Linda J. Fagan, DO*鵷 Clara Marie Higgins, DO Anita E. Kozlowski, DO Warren K. Land, DO鵷 Mary Beth A. O’Hara, DO Janice Omlor, DO Suzanne M. Rayeski, DO Dean A. Reali, DO Melissa Snyder Richardson, DO Joseph A. Ronsivalle, DO* John E. Salus, DO Lucyann M. Sciandra, DO Karen L. Smith-Silone, DO Brian R. Snyder, DO Brian J. Stark, DO Kathleen Lawlor Stark, DO Joseph W. Stauffer, DO Anne B. Whalen McGinn, DO

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Class of 1995 Class Agent: Francis N. Ogbolu, DO Participation: 16% Total Giving: $8,775 Andrea M. DeSantis Barkley, DO Stephanie B. Bennett, DO Joseph C. Bognet, DO John B. Bulger, DO*鵷 Andrew M. Cogan, DO Sean P. Conroy, DO Dean J. DePerro, DO Jeffery J. Dunkelberger, DO Frances A. Feudale, DO Michael E. Fiorina, DO Jay J. Glickman, DO, MBA* Jennifer Graham-Achmoody, DO Edward Eric Horvath, DO Carolyn E. Miehle Ianieri, DO Arthur J. Jordan, Jr., DO* Michelle A. Kearney, DO鵷 Fred W. Lindsay, DO鵷 Gerald V. Maloney, DO Theresa M. March, DO Linda A. Nadwodny, DO Uyen Anh Nguyen, DO John Joseph Orris, DO William H. Phillips, DO鵷 Emily M. Pressley, DO C. William Riedel, DO Judy R. Schauer, DO

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Contributors Christopher A. Snyder, DO Jill C. Snyder, DO Kerri A. Taylor, DO Jay D. Varrato, DO J. Garry Wrobleski, Jr., DO Maria C. Yager, DO Heidi J. Yutzler-Overton, DO

Class of 1996 Class Agent: Joanne Elena Hullings, DO Participation: 11% Total Giving: $11,298 Colleen P. Allorto-Horn, DO Damon L. Bass, DO* Catherine Bernardini Savastani, DO Hossein Borghaei, DO Christopher C. Clark, DO Martin P. Curry, OD, DO David L. Cute, DO Jarad S. Fingerman, DO Joshua E. Goldberg, DO鵷 Johnny S. Gomes, DO Lisa N. Gray, DO* Howard M. Hammer, DO Jason E. Henninger, DO Joanne Elena Hullings, DO* Sarah M. Jones, DO Natasha M. Karanjia, DO Charles J. Kovalchick, DO鵷 David Kuo, DO Brian K. Lang, DO Thomas F. Sexton, DO Robyn M. Shor-Conroy, DO Adriana M. Klucar Stoudt, DO Robert L. Topkis, DO David A. Wood, DO

Class of 1997 Class Agents: Armando C. Sciullo, DO Laurie Ann C. Spraga, DO Participation: 12% Total Giving: $5,275 Anonymous Sylvia L. Arost, DO Stacie E. Byers, DO Joanna N. Capparella, DO Peter A. Curreri, DO Russell O. Davis, III, DO Edward Firouztale, DO Colette M. Grabill, DO Gretta A. Gross, DO*鵷 Alicia J. Hartung, DO David P. Healy, DO Heather C. Healy, DO Patricia J. Karnes-Amzibel, DO Colleen Matejicka, DO Daniel W. Matkiwsky, DO 36 |

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Robin M. Motter-Mast, DO Julianne S. Orlowski, DO Paul S. Robbins, DO R. Alex Rusynyk, DO鵷 Amy J. Siegel, DO Joseph E. Strauss, DO Salvador Sylvester, DO Roy E. Tuller, DO Jeffrey R. Wasserman, DO Denise Dennier Wegrzynowicz, DO Kenneth R. Wloczewski, DO

Class of 1998 Class Agent: James V. Lieb, DO Participation: 11% Total Giving: $4,665 Onyeama O. Anakwe, DO Paul K. Azimov, DO Kathryn A. Baker, DO Jennifer M. Bishop, DO Caitlin S. Clark, DO Michael I. Cohen, DO Heather A. Collins, DO Ronald J. Ellis, Jr., DO Thomas A. Haldis, DO Nancy A. Istenes, DO Michael A. Kalata, DO James V. Lieb, DO Kara Lee Matala, DO Jeffrey B. Musser, DO Michele A. Neff-Bulger, DO Domenic A. Palagruto, II, DO Dana F. Planer, DO Amy N. Fidler Saracino, DO Christopher Selgrath, DO John J. Tomcho, DO Paige E. Tomcho, DO J. Andrew VanSlyke, DO Katharine B. VanSlyke, DO Stephanie C. Waecker, DO Jessica E. Wasserman, DO David P. Zambo, DO

Class of 1999 Class Agent: Tabatha L. Jeffers, DO Participation: 8% Total Giving: $3,265 Mary K. Brigandi, DO Elizabeth L. DosSantos, DO Gerald P. Falkenstein, DO Keith D. Ginsberg, DO Dana L. Hamilton, DO Lauri A. Hicks, DO Julia M. Jensen, DO Kevin L. Kirk, DO Karl O. Luxardo, DO | 2008

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Dana L. Newswanger, DO Ositadinma O. Opara, DO* Evan Ryan Restelli, DO Edmund M. Sciullo, III, DO Jennifer A. Sherman, DO Jennifer L. Sobol, DO Sharon M. Sowinski-Mueller, DO DeEtte R. Vasques, DO Jennifer Julia Zambo, DO

Class of 2000 Class Agent: Edward T. Casey, Jr., DO Participation: 7% Total Giving: $2,308 Rebecca A. Armbruster, DO Nicole M. Garofola Bentze, DO Kristen A. Berry, DO Michael J. Bradley, DO Christopher F. Buckley, DO Krista K. Buckley, DO Curt W. Cackovic, DO Edward T. Casey, Jr., DO Kulsum Khan Casey, DO Nicole C. Chiappetta, DO Matthew M. Collins, DO William J. Dahms, Jr., DO John B. Flaks, DO Shawn M. Hazlett, DO W. Jamie Malone, V, DO Michael L. Miller, DO Melissa P. Murray, DO Joseph B. Nyzio, Jr., DO Shawn M. Tweedt, DO Suzanne L. Widmer, DO

Class of 2001 Class Agents: Constance E. Gasda Andrejko, DO Kenneth M. Andrejko, DO Participation: 4% Total Giving: $1,365 Constance E. Gasda Andrejko, DO Vincenzo Ciocca, DO & Robin M. Ciocca, DO Dana Dellapiazza, DO Louis M. Kareha, DO Michael L. Levin, DO Christine P. Newman, DO Alexander S. Poulathas, DO Steven D. Shay, DO Alyssa L. Simone, DO Geoffrey C. Zarrella, DO

Class of 2002 Class Agents: Edward J. Armbruster, DO Steven R. Blasi, DO Participation: 6%


Contributors Total Giving: $1,351 Hobart John Carr, DO Amy Victoria Chilingirian, DO Louis Edwin Costa, DO Sandra R. Costa, DO Dipan Arundev Desai, DO Brett E. Groff, DO Marc Brett Lewbart, DO Lori Lorant-Tobias, DO Jennifer DeLucia McDonald, DO Thomas L. Newman, DO Sheryl L. Oleski, DO Nicole M. Orzechowski, DO Paul J. Ufberg, DO Oliver J. Wisco, DO

Courtney A. Dawley, DO Jennifer M. Malsbury, DO Christopher J. Pugh, DO Manish Rai, DO

Kristen M. Lehmann, MS/PA-C Christiane M. Petrillo, MS/PA-C Paul V. Krajewski, MS/PA-C Christiane M. Petrillo, MS/PA-C

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Class of 2001

Participation: 3% Total Giving: $765 Lauren Noto Bell, DO Nicole J. Bright, DO Kristin A. Conley, DO Sean P. Conley, DO Sally Phelan Del Vecchio, DO Leanne T. Labriola, DO Noah R. May, DO Charlene E. Talley, DO

Class Agents: Melissa H. Guarino, MS/PA-C Nicole Miller, MS/PA-C Kevin J. Gallen, MS/PA-C Melissa H. Guarino, MS/PA-C Abby A. Jacobson, MS/PA-C Nicole Miller, MS/PA-C

Class of 2003 Class Agents: Mark B. Abraham, JD, DO Joshua M. Baron, DO Daniel J. Morrissy, III, DO Participation: 6% Total Giving: $1,910 Anonymous Mark B. Abraham, JD, DO Joshua M. Baron, DO Jill M. Bruno, DO Antonia L. Cotwright, DO Thomas R. Haley, DO Payce Jo-Hanna Handler, DO Accamma Joy, DO David R. Mayne, DO Sarah McGinley, DO Michael A. Miranda, DO Daniel J. Morrissy, III, DO Nilesh Narendra Patel, DO Donny Perez, DO Sherri L. Sandel, DO Joseph Scafidi, DO

Class of 2004 Participation: 3% Total Giving: $320 Jennifer Lyn Colpo, DO Jahannaz Dastgir, DO Stacey Franz, DO Michael Charles King, DO Lindsay J. Ledwich, DO James Patrick Maurer, DO Dennis Dean Walker, DO

Class of 2005 Participation: 3% Total Giving: $225 Rony H. Atiyeh, DO Melissa A. Platz Atiyeh, DO

Class of 2007 Participation: 5% Total Giving: $485 Laura A. Bajor, DO Michael M. Braun, DO Michael Colancecco, DO Lisa M. Harris, DO Lauren C. Herchak, DO Francisco Laboy, III, DO Jessica Lynn Masser, DO Mary A. Maurer, DO Julie M. Pantelick, DO Jennifer E. Platt, DO Paula M. Renzi, DO

Class of 2002 Class Agents: Heather C. Beraducci, MS/PA-C Erin G. Wolf, MS/PA-C Amanda S. Murphy, MS/PA-C Erin G. Wolf, MS/PA-C

Class of 2003 Class Agents: Jacob Mathew, MS/PA-C Joseph D. Norris, MS/PA-C Joseph D. Norris, MS/PA-C

Class of 2004

Class Agents: Michael A. Caromano, MS/PA-C Patrick H. D’Arco, MS/PA-C Melissa C. Buttrill, MS/PA-C Biomedical Michael A. Caromano, MS/PA-C Science Alumni Nikki D. Chokshi, MS/PA-C Jason David Kuchta, MS/PA-C, ATC Monique A. Gary, MS/Biomed ’05 Quintina N. Herrera, MS/Biomed ’07 Anne L. Perkins, MS/PA-C Alyse N. Stern, MS/PA-C

Nursing Alumnae Participation: 2% Total Giving: $735 Hilda Gonder Holbrook, RN ’42 Nancy Nielsen-Conroy, RN ’58 Sara Somers Rupert, RN ’33+

Organizational Development and Leadership Alumni Renee M. Shaw, MS/ODL ’06

Physician Assistant Studies Alumni Class of 2000

Class of 2005 Chinyere N. Muforo, MS/PA-C Gregory K. Wanner, MS/PA-C

Class of 2006 Class Agents: Caroline E. Ahlquist, MS/PA-C Mary Cate Wilhelm, MS/PA-C Rebecca L. Kearney, MS/PA-C Jennifer A. Ruzzi, MS/PA-C Mary Cate Wilhelm, MS/PA-C

Psychology Alumni Frances A. Musto, PsyD ’05 Bernadette S. Tate, PsyD ’06 Beverly A. White, PsyD ’04 Carrie L. Yurica, PsyD ’02

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Widows & Widowers of Alumni Mrs. Elfriede Abramson* The Hon. Marie W. Bell*鵷 Mrs. Hannah Berger Mrs. Janet E. Bernhardt Estate of Mrs. Ruth Tozer Bixby*鵷 Astrid A. Delitzsch, DO ’50 Lori Dunn, DO ’84 Mrs. Nancy Hugart Greer Jeanne E. Grove, DO ’82 Hilda Gonder Holbrook, RN ’42 Mrs. Dorothy M. Mazerski*鵷 Claudia M. Petruncio, DO ’82 Mrs. Daniel J. Smith*鵷 Mrs. Mary E. Stark Mrs. Carol Szutowicz Mrs. Carol Troum

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Current & Past Parents Mr. Yahya Abdur Rahman Peter A. Burke, PhD Mr. & Mrs. Steven Cohen Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cooperman Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Costello Mr. & Mrs. Jose Cruz Ms. Karen Cunningham Anthony DiGeorge, MD Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore DiNardo Mr. & Mrs. Jack Dorf Mr. & Mrs. Barry Ellen Mr. & Mrs. Morton Epstein Mr. & Mrs. Conrad Falvello* Mr. & Mrs. William H. Fee, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank J. Fuoco鵷 Mr. Donald Girard Mr. & Mrs. James H. Groh, Sr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Grunberg Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hagerty Mr. & Mrs. Clark Heckert Mr. & Mrs. Craig Hoffheimer Ms. Rosalie Hypolite Saul Jeck, DO Dr. & Mrs. Alfred J. Joseph鵷 Ms. Betty J. Kalbach Mr. & Mrs. Michael Kleinman Mr. & Mrs. T. W. Loetzbeier Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. MacCabe, Jr.*鵷 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Malys Ms. Judith McKenna Mr. & Mrs. John McLane Dr. & Mrs. Arthur McTighe鵷 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Merlini Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Nolan Dr. & Mrs. Thomas O’Connor 38 |

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Maddy (Mrs. Harvey) Rovinsky, Julia Rovinsky (PsyD), and Harvey Rovinsky attended the Rovinsky Family Lectureship given by Arthur Freeman, PhD, former chair, psychology, in December 2007. Mr. Rovinsky is the owner of Bernie Robbins Fine Jewelry with shops in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Julia Rovinsky is completing her doctoral studies in clinical psychology at PCOM.

Mr. & Mrs. William Ott鵷 Mr. & Mrs. Mahedra Parikh Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Phelan Mr. & Mrs. Theodore Plush Mr. & Mrs. Paul Pustinger Mr. & Mrs. Robert Quinlan Stephen P. Rand, MD Harvey & Maddy Rovinsky Mrs. Lindsay Sagstaen Mrs. Merle Santerian Ms. Jody Schreck Mr. & Mrs. Richard Schwarz Mr. & Mrs. John Shaffer Mrs. Zahera Sheikh Mr. & Mrs. Robert Slotkin Dr. & Mrs. Alan Stewart*鵷 Mr. & Mrs. Scott J. Strohm Mrs. Carol Troum Mr. & Mrs. Neil Vestermark Gary H. Watson, PhD

Board of Trustees & President’s Cabinet 100% Participation Bernard J. Bernacki, DO ’81*鵷 James H. Black, DO ’62*鵷 J. Steven Blake, DO ’89*鵷 John B. Bulger, DO ’95*鵷

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Contributors Susan Marie Baro, DO ’92*鵷 Hal S. Bendit, DO ’84*鵷 J. Steven Blake, DO ’89鵷 James M. Bonner, DO ’86*鵷 John A. Cifala, DO ’45*鵷 David Coffey, DO ’84* Gerald A. Colvin, DO ’94鵷 Gary J. Della’Zanna, DO ’92, MSc Darlene Ann Dunay, DO ’83* Michael Jon Feinstein, DO ’74* Allan Goldberg, DO ’63*鵷 Joseph J. Kuchinski, DO ’86*鵷 Ricky Lockett, DO ’84, MBA, MPH* Timothy P. Lowney, DO ’77, MBA*鵷 Harry E. Manser, Jr., DO ’69, MBA*鵷 Robert S. Maurer, DO ’62*鵷 William Gilbert McDowell, DO ’54鵷 Luke G. Nelligan, DO ’91*鵷 Joseph B. Nyzio, Jr., DO ’00 Ositadinma O. Opara, DO ’99* Richard A. Pascucci, DO ’75*鵷 Andrew A. Pecora, DO ’61鵷 Nicholas C. Pedano, DO ’61*鵷 Elsira M. Pina, DO ’89 Howard M. Robinson, DO ’90, MHSA Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Schure*鵷 Melissa Neumann Schwartz, DO ’91*鵷 Dana C. Shaffer, DO ’85* Lt. Col. Margaret M. Swanberg, DO ’94 H. Sprague Taveau, IV, DO ’77, MBA鵷 Cdr. Michael S. Weiner, DO ’91 Murray Zedeck, DO ’62*鵷

Employees & Faculty Anonymous (21) Mr. John Adiletto Denah M. Appelt, PhD Brian J. Balin, PhD Ms. Theresa J. Beauford John W. Becher, DO ’70*鵷 Laurence H. Belkoff, DO* Ms. Laura Bell鵷 Ms. Deborah Benvenger Murray R. Berkowitz, DO, MPH Kristen A. Berry, DO ’00 David A. Bevan, DO ’69*鵷 Ms. Terri Blair鵷 Ruth Borghaei, PhD鵷 Oliver C. Bullock, DO ’78*鵷 Bonnie A. Buxton, PhD Stacey C. Cahn, PhD John J. Carlin, MBA*鵷 John M. Cavenagh, PhD, MBA, PA-C*鵷 Ms. Yolanda Chase Ms. Donna M. Cleary Mr. William Clinton* * $1,000 +

Ms. Brittney Cole Ms. Cynthia Coleman Rocco J. Crescenzo, DO ’92 Robert G. Cuzzolino, EdD*鵷 Farzaneh Daghigh, PhD鵷 Izola David, DO ’85* Marilyn DiFeliciantonio, MS, PA-C Robert DiTomasso, PhD Larissa Fernando Dominy, DO ’93 Peter Doulis, CPA*鵷 Jane Z. Dumsha, PhD鵷 Ms. Angela D. Duson Mr. Anthony Dutkiewicz, Sr.鵷 Gerald E. Dworkin, DO ’81*鵷 Walter C. Ehrenfeuchter, DO ’79* Mr. Markell Elder Mrs. Connie Ennis鵷 Paul Evans, DO ’79*鵷 Ms. Donna M. Feeney-Figaniak Stephanie Felgoise, PhD, ABPP Stephanie Ferretti, MLS鵷 Larry N. Finkelstein, DO ’87鵷 Leonard H. Finkelstein, DO ’59*鵷 John Fleischmann, EdD Robert M. Fogel, DO ’58 Rita C. Forde, MBA, SPHR Carol A. Fox, MM*鵷 Ms. Meshonea Fox Jeffrey S. Freeman, DO* Kerin L. Fresa-Dillon, PhD Katherine E. Galluzzi, DO*鵷 Mrs. Linda Gentry Ms. Buffie Maria Gideon William Gilhool, DO* Barbara A. Golden, PsyD Johnny S. Gomes, DO ’96 Elizabeth Gosch, PhD Mr. Dean Gray鵷 Sandra J. Gulich, LPN Mr. Torrian D. Hall William R. Henwood, DO ’76 Mrs. Esther Hewlett Ms. Marilyn Heywood Ms. Mariesa C. Hinchey Michelle B. Hobson, DO ’80 Saul Jeck, DO Francis E. Jenney, PhD Mrs. Chrissy L. Jones Joanne Jones, MBA鵷 Mrs. Monica Jones RoMaine K. Jones, MAOM John J. Kelly, Jr., DO ’85 Janice M. King, MEd Mr. Douglas J. Koch Harold L. Komiskey, PhD Bruce Kornberg, DO ’78* Mr. Richard Kralle Mrs. Susan Kravitz鵷

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Contributors John P. Simelaro, DO ’71 Diane Smallwood, PsyD Mr. Wilbert R. Suittor Takako Suzuki, PhD Ms. Kari Szentesy Etheldra Templeton, MLS*鵷 Donald H. Thome, DO ’59 Ruth Thornton, PhD鵷 Ms. Kea Tull Kenneth J. Veit, DO ’76, MBA* 鵷 Rosemary E. Vickers, DO ’83* Gary H. Watson, PhD Ms. Carol Weisl Mrs. Janet L. Wetzel Beverly A. White, PsyD ’04 Mr. James A. Williams鵷 Ms. Linda Williams Barbara T. Williams-Page, DO ’92 Ms. Doris I. Williams-Powell鵷 Mr. Frank H. Windle鵷 David A. Wood, DO ’96 Tina Woodruff, EdD* Carrie L. Yurica, PsyD ’02 Bruce S. Zahn, EdD鵷 Karim Z. Zaman, DO Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Zeller*鵷

Friends Mr. Jeffrey Carabello, II Walter S. Ceglowski, PhD Mr. Larry R. DeLapp Mindy George-Weinstein, PhD鵷 Mario Lanni, LLD Ms. Nancy C. Loeb & Mr. Jeffrey D. Colman Stephen E. Luongo, Esq. & Mrs. Lu Ann Luongo M. Kimberly Rupert, PhD Mr. Leonard L. Smith Henry Souto, DO Mr. Jon Waddel Ms. Gladys Walker鵷 John W. Yunginger, MD Mr. Jonah Zedeck (See the Commemorative Gifts section for more friends who made contributions to PCOM.)

Associations, Corporations, Foundations & Organizations The Alumni Association of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Pennsylvania Bank of America*鵷 The Burkhart Group 40 | F R O M VI S I O N TO O UTC O M E S |

The Central NationalGottesman Foundation*鵷 Julius and Ray Charlestein Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Florida Osteopathic Medical Association* International Business Machines Corporation*鵷 Lambda Omicron Gamma, Caduceus Chapter Lancaster Osteopathic Health Foundation The Adolph and Rose Levis Foundation Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback Foundation The Karen & Herbert Lotman Foundation*鵷 Margiotti & Kroll Pediatrics, PC The Benjamin & Mary Siddons Measey Foundation Mercy Suburban Hospital Michigan Osteopathic Association鵷 Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association* The Philadelphia Foundation The Anna and Isidore Roseman Foundation Christopher L. Rotz & Associates PC The Seligsohn Foundation Tenet Healthcare/Tenet Foundation Marian S. Ware 2006 Charitable Lead Annuity Trust Zedeck Family Foundation, Inc.*鵷

Mr. & Mrs. Nicholas D’Antonio Michael Jon Feinstein, DO ’74 Joseph M. Hassman, DO ’65 Allan E. Koff, DO ’69 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Slotkin Arthur Snyder, DO ’44

Commemorative Gifts Honoraria We gratefully receive gifts as a tribute to individuals who have made a lasting impression on the donor:

Gifts in Honor of The Class of 1978 Robert D. Gober, DO ’78*鵷 James H. Black, DO ’62* Carol A. Fox, MM*鵷 Peter Arthur Burke, Jr. (DO ’10) Peter A. Burke, PhD Salman Ali Chohan (DO ’11) Mrs. Zahera Sheikh Justine Cohen (DO ’09) Mr. & Mrs. Steven Cohen Jonathan Cooperman (DO ’10) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Cooperman Brian J. Costello, DO ’05 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Costello

Matching Gift Companies The following companies matched contributions to PCOM by employees affiliated with the companies. Aetna Foundation International Business Machines Corporation*鵷 Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies* The Merck Company Foundation

George & Martha Cute David L. Cute, DO ’96

Pennsylvania Power & Light Company T. Rowe Price Associates Foundation, Inc. The Prudential Foundation The Vanguard Group, Inc. The Washington Post Wyeth Matching Gifts*

Mr. & Mrs. Howard Dorf Mr. & Mrs. Jack Dorf

Gifts-In-Kind George L. Bradley, Jr., DO ’68 Ms. Linda D’Antonio 2008

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Nicholas DiGeorge (DO ’10) Anthony DiGeorge, MD Anthony DiNardo (DO ’10) Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore DiNardo

Steven & Robin Dorf Mr. & Mrs. Jack Dorf Sallee Eckler, PhD, DO ’08 Carol A. Fox, MM*鵷 Stacy Beth Ellen (DO ’09) Mr. & Mrs. Barry Ellen Benjamin C. Epstein, DO ’84


Contributors Mr. & Mrs. Morton Epstein

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Merlini

Chester E. Smith, DO ’58

Marc I. Epstein, DO ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Morton Epstein

Erin O’Connor Lavin‚ DO ’06 Dr. & Mrs. Thomas O’Connor

Memorials

Andra Lynn Fee (DO ’11) Mr. & Mrs. William H. Fee, Jr.

William A. Ott‚ DO ’93 Mr. and Mrs. William Ott鵷

Brian Girard (DO ’11) Mr. Donald Girard

Amol M. Parikh‚ DO ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Mahedra Parikh

John Groh (DO ’11) Mr. & Mrs. James H. Groh, Sr. Wendie Grunberg‚ DO ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Grunberg Sarah E. Hagerty (DO ’11) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hagerty Anneliese Heckert (DO ’11) Mr. & Mrs. Clark Heckert Marcia Hoffheimer (DO ’11) Mr. & Mrs. Craig Hoffheimer Renee Hypolite‚ DO ’08 Ms. Rosalie Hypolite Christopher J. Joseph‚ DO ’07 Dr. & Mrs. Alfred J. Joseph鵷 John E. Kazilionis‚ DO ’75 Ms. Katherine G. Caravasios Virginia E. Keeler‚ DO ’90 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. MacCabe, Jr.*鵷 Steven Jordan Kleinman (DO ’11) Mr. & Mrs. Michael Kleinman Amy Elizabeth Little‚ DO ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Nolan Ilsa J. Loetzbeier‚ EdS/Psy ’08 Mr. & Mrs. T. W. Loetzbeier Lisa Ann Malys‚ DO ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Malys Sarah McTighe‚ DO ’07 Dr. & Mrs. Arthur McTighe鵷 Jessica L. Mehring‚ DO ’08 Ms. Judith McKenna Mary Elizabeth Merlini (DO ’10) * $1,000 +

We appreciate the following organizations and individuals who have honored friends, patients and loved ones by making memorial gifts to PCOM.

Dr. Michael F. Avallone Associates Mr. Jerry Barwick Ms. Carmela Berardi Sally Phelan Del Vecchio‚ DO ’06 Ms. Frances Beshel Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Phelan Mr. Robert Blumer Mr. George Brown Mrs. Merlie Poles Ms. Sharon Camp Gwendolyn A. Poles-Corker, DO ’87 Mr. William Carney Mr. Robert Cataldi P. Marvin Pustinger‚ DO ’08 Mr. Joseph Ciambella Mr. & Mrs. Paul Pustinger Mr. Ed Danak Ms. Joan Dolbows Patrick Quinlan (DO ’11) Mrs. Julia Dubek Mr. & Mrs. Robert Quinlan Mr. Emil Dzara Mrs. Rita Dzara Tahirah A. Rahman‚ MS ’07 Mr. Lou France Mr. Yahya Abdur Rahman Ms. Mary Grahl Mr. Joseph Hasara David Aaron Rand (DO ’10) Mr. Edward Holzshu Stephen P. Rand, MD Mr. Michael Hufnagel Mr. Michael Hunt Erin Schreck (DO ’10) Ms. Cathleen Jenkins Ms. Jody Schreck Mr. Anthony Kenney Mr. Walter Knetlar Matthew Schure‚ PhD Mr. Myron Labovitz Ms. Joan McGettigan鵷 Ms. Maureen Lay Mr. John Loudenslager Brad Thurlow Schwarz (DO ’11) Mrs. Teresa MacDonald Mr. & Mrs. Richard Schwarz Mr. Donald McCabe Ms. Margaret McCann Lisa Shaffer (DO ’11) Ms. Mary Mullen Mr. & Mrs. John Shaffer Mr. Steven Mychlyk Mrs. Margaret Nitkulinich Mrs. Anita M. Stevens Ms. Filomena Pallante John S. Stevens, Jr., DO ’73 Mr. Victor Pankrat Mrs. Linda Perugini Lauren Strohm (DO ’09) Ms. Mary Pietrewicz Mr. & Mrs. Scott J. Strohm Mrs. Kathleen Pritchard Charlene Ann Vestermark (DO ’10) Mr. Richard Rubin Mr. Tom Sieck Mr. & Mrs. Neil Vestermark Mr. Matthew Stepalovitch Mr. Donald Sullivan Mrs. Marian S. Ware Ms. Dolores Tierney Ms. Carol Ware Gates Mrs. Anna Tvarok Ms. Louise Valeno Lara K. Edinger Williams‚ DO ’08 Mr. Michael Vitale Mrs. Lindsay Sagstaen Mr. Russell Volz Mr. P. J. Walsh Florence D. Zeller‚ MPA‚ CFRE

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Contributors Mr. Leonard Williams Mr. Hugh Young Dr. & Mrs. Richard S. Koch William E. Brandt, DO ’21, PCOM President, 1953-1957 Arnold Raymond Cream “Jersey Joe Walcott” The Hon. J. Sydney Hoffman, Chairman of the Board of Trustees, 1972-1990 Lt. Col. Douglas Koch Louise Sayre Koch Lewis H. Krebs, DO ’38 Maj. John M. Parker Wesley W. Rowe, DO ’40 Thomas M. Rowland, Jr., DO (Hon.), LLD, PCOM President, 1974-1984 Jessie Wilson Sayre William L. Silverman, DO ’38 Marian Tabor Alexander R. Urbont, DO ’38 David G. Young, Jr., DO ’37 Vincent G. Sacco‚ DO ’89 Mr. Stanley Bacanskas Mr. Robert Booth Mrs. Antoinette DeLeo Mrs. Lydia Eichengreen Mr. Michael Ferry Mrs. Glenda Marie Gaskin Mrs. Leonarda Griffin Mr. Joseph Gribas Mr. Zeke Gunday Mrs. Mabel Henderson Mrs. Julia Hess Mr. Thomas Heywood Mr. Andrew Lattanze Mrs. Sally Lihotz Mrs. Philomena Madaline Mr. Richard Mariani Mrs. Ann Mauger Mr. Arthur Pettit Mrs. Helen Reisser Mrs. Theresa M. Sacco Mrs. Ellen Sigmund Mrs. Ethel Tomaro Mr. John Weisler We are honored to receive contributions in memory of alumni, friends, patients and loved ones.

Mark I. Ackerman‚ DO ’74 Paul J. Ufberg, DO ’02

Harry Ginsburg‚ DO ’42 James H. Black, DO ’62*鵷

Peter A. Arcuri‚ DO ’76 Ronald Cowen, DO ’66

Mrs. Ruth Goldstein Mr. & Mrs. Jack Dorf

Michael F. Avallone‚ Sr.‚ DO ’59 The Seligsohn Foundation

Mr. Ralph Grande Stephen E. Luongo, Esq.

Estelle & Jack Becker Joseph D. Becker, DO ’80*鵷

Robert C. Greer‚ III‚ DO ’57 Mrs. Nancy Hugart Greer Joe Bob Porter, DO ’77

Mrs. Shirley S. Belkoff Franklin L. Brody, DO ’62 Leonard H. Finkelstein, DO ’59*鵷 Robert A. Koenigsberg, DO ’82 Bruce Kornberg, DO ’78* Philadelphia Urosurgical Associates, PC Laurence H. Belkoff, DO* Mrs. Carol Troum Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Zeller*鵷 Conrad E. Bell‚ DO ’70 The Hon. Marie W. Bell*鵷 Robert Berger‚ DO ’58 Mrs. Hannah Berger

Leonard W. Johnson‚ DO ’64 James H. Black, DO ’62*鵷 Paul G. Kushner, DO ’64 Perry B. Kaliner‚ DO ’67 Larry H. Kaliner, DO ’67鵷 John D. Kearney (DO ’01) Ms. Jane Cokely Mr. & Mrs. John McLane

William E. Betts‚ Jr.‚ DO ’56 Mr. Warren R. Betts鵷

Sharon Q. Khan‚ DO ’98 Amy N. Fidler Saracino, DO ’98

Stanley M. Brason‚ DO ’59 Mari Blackburn, DO ’91

William M. King‚ DO ’62 James H. Black, DO ’62*鵷 Alan J. Miller, DO ’62

Mr. Edwin Clarke Leonard H. Finkelstein, DO ’59*鵷 Elton Cosby (DO ’10) Monique A. Gary, MS/Biomed ’05 Albert F. D’Alonzo‚ DO ’56 John A. D’Alessandro, DO ’56

Mr. Philip W. Dehart Alfred R. D’Angelo, DO ’79鵷

Gifts in Memory of Mrs. Sandra Abraham Ronald Cowen, DO ’66*鵷

Mr. John Dolen Mr. & Mrs. Jack Dorf

Bernard Abramson‚ DO ’51 Ms. Diana Abramson* Mrs. Elfriede Abramson*

Mr. Myer Frantz & Mrs. Fae Frantz Arthur S. Platt, DO ’73* Ellen M. Platt, DO ’73*

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W. Kenneth Holbrook‚ DO ’42 Hilda Gonder Holbrook, RN ’42

Paul L. Bernhardt‚ DO ’55 Mrs. Janet E. Bernhardt

Mary Ellen Gaenzle DeMasi‚ RN ’48 Andrew D. DeMasi, DO ’47

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Mr. David S. Knee Norman S. Knee, DO ’57 Mr. I. Raymond Kremer Mrs. Mariruth A. Kremer C. Cristine Kremer, DO ’76 Levri and Tunell Families Dr. & Mrs. James M. Levri Estelle S. Loeb‚ DO ’53 Reuben B. Loeb, DO ’52 Ms. Nancy C. Loeb & Mr. Jeffrey D. Colman Alexander W. Mazerski‚ DO ’42 Mrs. Dorothy M. Mazerski*鵷 Ms. Alice Michaud Stephen E. Luongo, Esq. Ms. Mary Muller


Contributors Arthur J. Muller, DO ’68*鵷 Nicholas S. Nicholas‚ DO Gregory G. Papadeas, DO ’88* Robert T. Onischuk‚ DO ’75 Joseph L. Onishchuk, DO ’83* Joanne Pieringer‚ PhD Ronald A. Pieringer, PhD Maxwell J. Platt‚ DO ’35 Mrs. Mildred Platt Arthur S. Platt, DO ’73* Ellen M. Platt, DO ’73* Carol A. Podder‚ DO ’70 Mr. & Mrs. William Chang Mr. & Mrs. James J. Knell Mr. Elmer Poles Gwendolyn A. Poles-Corker, DO ’87* Milton J. Poulshock‚ DO ’61 Andrew S. Poulshock, DO ’89 Mrs. Eileen T. Reich Walter G. Reich, Jr., DO ’63*鵷 Ms. Barbara A. Renzi Paula M. Renzi, DO ’07 Caroline M. Renzi-Nonziato‚ DO ’49 Joseph D. Kaplan & Son Ms. Jeanne Rosenfeldt Stephen E. Luongo, Esq. Dr. Thomas M. Rowland‚ Jr. Joan L. Moore, DO ’77 Corinne R. Santerian‚ DO ’87 Mr. & Mrs. Eric Asadoorian Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Asadoorian Mr. & Mrs. Todd D. Asadoorian Mr. Daniel J. Dunigan & Ms. Kimberly C. Santerian Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Movsesian Dr. William D. Moore Mr. & Mrs. L. Daniel Radell, III Mr. & Mrs. Christopher L. Rotz Mr. & Mrs. Mark Santerian Mrs. Merle Santerian Mr. & Mrs. Michael Santerian Mr. John H. Tancredi & Ms. Nina M. Asadoorian

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Ida C. Schmidt‚ DO ’35 Alan J. Miller, DO ’62 Daniel J. Smith‚ DO ’73 Mrs. Daniel J. Smith*鵷 Mrs. Rita Stango The Alumni Association of PCOM Richard J. Stark‚ DO ’54 Mrs. Mary E. Stark Daniel L. Wisely‚ DO John R. Gimpel, MEd, DO ’88 Lewis M. Yunginger‚ DO ’35 John W. Yunginger, MD

Food Allergy Research Initiative Concerned about her grandson’s peanut allergy, PCOM Trustee Lita I. Cohen, Esq., established a new research endowment. We acknowledge the following donors for taking an interest in this new endeavor under the auspices of PCOM’s Center for Chronic Disorders of Aging. Ms. Lynda Barness Stephen & Nancy Baron-Baer Mr. & Mrs. Ed Barrett Mr. Michael A. Becker Ms. Linda Brodie Dr. & Mrs. Peter Brothman Mr. & Mrs. Frank Buzydlowski Rabbi Gary M. Charlestein Julius and Ray Charlestein Foundation Lita Indzel Cohen, Esq. & Stanley S. Cohen, Esq. Kenneth E. & Nancy M. Davis Mr. Gary E. Erlbaum Erlbaum Family Foundation Ms. Sandra First Mrs. Annabelle Fishman Mr. & Mrs. Mark Fishman Dr. & Mrs. Robert Ford Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Garfield Mr. Vahan H. Gureghian Harold & Lynne Honickman The Hon. Michael L. Krancer Mr. Jerry Lee Mr. & Mrs. Phil Lindy Ms. Sharon Pinkenson Reconstructive Orthopedics Mr. & Mrs. David Rentz Ms. Lila G. Roomberg Harvey & Maddy Rovinsky Mr. & Mrs. Sam Savitz

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Golf Classic In appreciation to the following for generously supporting the 2007 Golf Classic benefiting PCOM’s Healthcare Centers. Allison-Smith Company Almo Corporation Gene B. Chaiken, LLD The Alumni Association of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine American Commercial Security Services Aqua Charitable Trust The Arthur Jackson Company Audio General Inc. Barnes & Noble College Bookstores David A. Bevan, DO ’69 Robert H. Biggs, DO ’76 Blank Rome LLP, Counselors at Law Bloom Eye Associates Brandywine Global Investment Management Broker, Cramer, Swanson & Goldberg ENT The Burkhart Group Capmark Finance Inc. Cardiology Consultants of Philadelphia Patrick J. Carey, DO ’83 CB Richard Ellis, Inc. Chartwell Investment Partners Choate Interior Construction Cooke & Bieler, LP Cozen O’Connor Bob & Karen Cuzzolino Joseph A. Dieterle, DO ’70 Peter & Cynthia Doulis Drexel Bindery Inc DWD Mechanical Contractor, Inc. Exelon Corporation FB Capital Partners Scot Adam Fisher, DO ’82 Mrs. Rita C. Forde, MBA, SPHR Gastrointestinal Specialists, Inc. General & Vascular Surgical Group Robert D. Gober, DO ’78 GPX Enterprises Mr. Thomas J. Gravina Granary Associates Grant Thornton LLP Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue

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Contributors Image Ink Independence Blue Cross Interior Maintenance Company, Inc. Mr. John P. Kearney Klehr, Harrison, Harvey, Branzburg & Ellers LLP Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Lotman Joseph S. Lubeck, DO Mr. John Mariano Marsh Marshall-Rismiller & Associates McDonnell Contractors, Inc Metropolitan Nephrology Associates, PC National Balancing Company, Inc. National Penn Bank NBC-10 Oliver Sprinkler Co., Inc. Ovid Technologies, Inc. P. Agnes, Inc. Palmer Company, Inc. Pennsylvania Oncology Hematology Associates Pennsylvania Osteopathic Medical Association PFM Advisors Richard N. Best Associates, Inc. Mr. Gerald Ronon The Roosevelt Investment Group S. R. Wojdak & Associates Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Schure Sodexho, Inc. & Affiliates Susquehanna Bank Temple University Health System Tracy Weiss Associates United States Roofing Corporation University Dynamic MRI George L. Rodriguez, MD, PC Urological Consultants of Southeast Pennsylvania Laurence Belkoff, DO Ken & Cindy Veit Wachovia Bank Warner Benefits WPVI-TV/6ABC Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Zeller

Golf Classic

Mrs. Debra DiTomasso Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom Mr. Thomas J. Gravina Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue Mr. John P. Kearney Herbert Lotman, LLD Robert S. Maurer, DO ’62 Olde Homestead Golf Club The People’s Light & Theatre Company The Philadelphia Coca-Cola Bottling Company Philadelphia Eagles Pond Restaurant The Prime Rib Richard A. Renza, DO ’71 Robert A. Renza, DO ’62 The Spaghetti Warehouse Sting-Free Technologies Corporation Thomas V. Falone, DO ’77 Tango Toppers Salon & Spa WHYY-TV Yangming

United Way Donors

PCOM GOLF CLASSIC SUPPORTS NEW POSITION AT HEALTHCARE CENTERS

Under the leadership of Thomas Gravina, PCOM trustee and chair, Golf Classic, the PCOM Golf Classic proceeds support a new administrative position—coordinator of community health resources. The post is filled by Ron Allen, who works in the urban centers to help Healthcare Center patients make use of resources they desperately need but don’t know how to find.

PCOM thanks the following individuals for earmarking their United Way gifts to the PCOM Healthcare Centers (Specific Agency #08280). Ms. Laura Bell Ruth Borghaei, PhD John M. Cavenaugh, PhD, MBA, PA-C Denise Curran, MS Peter Doulis, CPA Jane Z. Dumsha, PhD Mrs. Connie Ennis Stephanie Ferretti, MLS Rita C. Forde, MBA, SPHR Frederick Goldstein, PhD Ms. Cheryl Hall Quintina Herrera, MS Saul Jeck, DO Joanne M. Jones, MBA Bruce S. Zahn, EdD RoMaine K. Jones, MAOM Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Zeller Ms. Mitzi Killeen Mrs. Susan Kravitz Ms. Julia Lewis Mr. John Mariano Ms. Nancy Martorano Laura Molloy, MMS, PA-C Mr. Edward Porreca Ms. Tanya Ray Wendy W. Romano Dr. & Mrs. Matthew Schure Etheldra Templeton, MLS Ms. Janet Wetzel Mr. Frank Windle

Gifts-In-Kind The Academy of Natural Sciences Almo Corporation Gene B. Chaiken, LLD Arden Theatre Company Bernie Robbins Fine Jewelry Harvey & Maddy Rovinsky Camden Riversharks CBS3 John G. Costino, Jr., DO ’71 Joseph A. Dieterle, DO ’70 44 | F R O M VI S I O N TO O UTC O M E S | 2008

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Financial Overview Combined financial results in fiscal 2008 for Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine were varied. Net assets from operations contributed $16 million while net assets from non-operating activities declined $12 million. Contributing to the non-operating declines was a 2.9 percent loss on financial market returns and the liquidation of the PCOM Defined Benefit Pension Plan. The College maintained its strong total assets balance of $265 million, and net assets increased 2 percent to $193 million. Georgia Campus – PCOM has enrolled its fourth class of osteopathic medical students and will graduate its first DO class in May 2009. Operating as a division of PCOM, GA–PCOM has helped to create operational efficiencies to keep tuition costs lower for students in both locations. While the operations of PCOM Student Loan, LLC., were suspended in May 2008 as a result of the new market conditions, the program awarded approximately $2.7 million in scholarships in fiscal 2008. The program generated $2.9 million in fiscal 2008 to award in the new academic year, before it is closed. PCOM continues its strong relationship with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania receiving support via non-preferred appropriations. P H I L AD E LP H IA C O LLE G E O F O STE O PATH I C M E D I C I N E F O U N DATI O N AS S ETS D O LL AR S I N M I LLI O N S

■ U N R E STR I CTE D : $91,099,000 ■ S P E C I F I C : $15,456,000 ■ P E R MAN E NT : $8,817,000

$120 $110 $100 $90 $80 $70 $60 $50 $40 $30 $20 $10 $0 2003

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2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

F I NAN C IAL R E P O RT I S AVAI L AB LE U P O N R E Q U E ST. P LEAS E WR ITE TO :

Peter Doulis, CPA Vice President for Finance & Chief Financial Officer Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine 4190 City Avenue Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19131-1693 P H I L AD E LP H IA C O LLE G E O F O STE O PATH I C M E D I C I N E

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Financial Overview

G R O W TH I N TOTAL AS S ETS D O LL AR S I N M I LLI O N S

2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003

$0

$25

$50

$75

$100 $125

$150 $175 $200 $225 $250 $275

S O U R C E S O F R EVE N U E S F R O M O P E R ATI O N S

U S E S O F R EVE N U E S I N O P E R ATI O N S

D O LL AR S I N M I LLI O N S

D O LL AR S I N M I LLI O N S

NET PATIENT SERVICE

$4.5

GRANT INCOME

$1.6 TUITION

& FEES

AMBULATORY CARE NETWORK

$7.4

$60.5

INVESTMENT INCOME

$6.2

OTHER

$3.0

INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT

$26.2

ACADEMIC SUPPORT

$10.5

STATE APPROPRIATIONS

$6.6

OTHER SOURCES PLANT OPERATION & MAINTENANCE

$9.5

$5.6

GRADUATE MEDICAL EDUCATION

BASIC SCIENCE INSTRUCTION

$13.1

$16.3

CLINICAL INSTRUCTION

$17.0

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T O TA L R E V E N U E S

T O TA L E X P E N S E S

$102

$86

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Financial Overview

FISCAL YEARS ENDED JUNE 30

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

ASSETS Cash Accounts receivable, net Endowments and similar funds Restricted funds Property and equipment, net Other assets

$ 46.9 5.1 122.3 15.5 67.8 7.0

$ 39.9 10.1 124.6 16.9 71.4 2.1

$ 24.3 9.9 101.2 13.7 81.0 2.2

$ 19.0 7.9 92.4 12.6 79.6 2.4

$ 14.6 7.3 87.0 11.0 72.3 4.1

$264.6

$265.0

$232.3

$213.9

$196.3

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities Accounts payable and accrued expenses Accrued malpractice costs Long-term obligations Other liabilities

$ 10.2 13.0 24.7 23.5

$ 14.7 11.7 26.0 23.7

$ 13.8 9.5 27.4 25.0

$ 12.6 7.8 28.3 28.9

$ 10.9 7.8 29.4 26.3

TOTAL LIABILITIES

$71.4

$76.1

$75.7

$77.6

$74.4

Net assets Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted

$ 168.9 15.5 8.8

$ 163.5 16.9 8.5

$ 137.1 13.7 5.8

$ 118.3 12.6 5.4

$ 106.1 10.6 5.2

TOTAL NET ASSETS

$193.2

$188.9

$156.6

$136.3

$121.9

TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET ASSETS

$264.6

$265.0

$232.3

$213.9

$196.3

TOTAL ASSETS

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Officers Paul W. McGloin, CPA, LLD (Hon.) Chair of the Board Eugene B. Chaiken, LLD (Hon.) Vice Chair Matthew Schure, PhD President and Chief Executive Officer Kenneth J. Veit, DO ’76, MBA Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean Peter Doulis, CPA Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer

Florence D. Zeller, MPA, CFRE Vice President for Alumni Relations and Development Robert G. Cuzzolino, EdD Vice President for Graduate Programs and Planning Lavinia Lafferty Executive Assistant to the President and Secretary Joan McGettigan Assistant to the President and Assistant Secretary

President’s Cabinet (left to right): Dr. Cuzzolino, Ms. Zeller, Dr. Schure, Mr. Doulis and Dr. Veit.

Members of the Board James H. Black, DO ’62 J. Steven Blake, DO ’89, MSc John B. Bulger, DO ’95 Eugene B. Chaiken, LLD (Hon.) Thomas V. Chiomento, III Lita Indzel Cohen, Esquire Joseph A. Dieterle, DO ’70 Christopher Franklin

Elizabeth H. Gemmill, Esquire Thomas J. Gravina John P. Kearney Vincent Lobo, DO ’65 Herbert Lotman, LLD (Hon.) Robert S. Maurer, DO ’62** Paul W. McGloin, CPA, LLD (Hon.) Frederick R. Melhorn, DO ’56

Louis P. Meshon, Sr. Nicholas C. Pedano, DO ’61 Matthew Schure, PhD Ruth Thornton, PhD* Kenneth J. Veit, DO ’76, MBA Murray Zedeck, DO ’62, MBA *Faculty Representative **Alumni Representative

Administration Paul Evans, DO ’79 Vice Dean and Chief Academic Officer, GA–PCOM John Fleischmann, EdD Campus Executive Officer, GA–PCOM Richard Kriebel, PhD Senior Associate Dean for Preclinical Education and Research Richard A. Pascucci, DO ’75 Vice Dean, Clinical Education Carol A. Fox, MM Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management Eugene Mochan, PhD, DO ’77 Associate Dean for Primary Care and Continuing Education John B. Bulger, DO ’95 Regional Assistant Dean, Geisinger Health System William Henwood, DO ’76 Regional Assistant Dean, Western Pennsylvania Donald H. Thome, DO ’59 Regional Assistant Dean, Central Pennsylvania

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Tina Woodruff, EdD Assistant Dean of Student Affairs Etheldra Templeton, MLS Executive Director and Chair, Library and Educational Information Systems H. William Craver, DO ’87 Chair, Division of Undergraduate Clinical Education, GA–PCOM Gary H. Watson, PhD Chair, Division of Basic Sciences, GA–PCOM Laura G. Bell Director of Risk Management and Insurance Deborah A. Benvenger, MBA Director of Admissions John J. Carlin, MBA Director of Financial Operations Deborah A. Castellano, MS Registrar Jane Z. Dumsha, PhD Director of Research and Sponsored Programs Rita C. Forde, MBA Director of Human Resources

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Dean S. Gray Director of Materials Management Richard A. Kralle Director of Security and Public Safety Nancy L. Martorano Director of Financial Aid Allan M. McLeod, DO ’88, JD, MBA Director of Undergraduate Clinical Education C. Andrew Mueller, MBA Director of Financial Reporting and Planning Wendy W. Romano Director of Marketing and Communications Pamela J. Ruoff, MS Director of Alumni Relations and Development James A. Williams, MS Director of Management Information Systems and Telecommunications Frank H. Windle Director of Plant Operations James J. Wood Director of Animal Facility


Academic Leadership Anatomy Tage N. Kvist, PhD Anesthesiology Scott E. Rosenthal, DO ’94 Basic Sciences, GA–PCOM Gary H. Watson, PhD Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Ruth D. Thornton, PhD Neuroscience, Physiology and Pharmacology Richard M. Kriebel, PhD Emergency Medicine John W. Becher, DO ’70, MPH Family Medicine Harry J. Morris III, DO ’78, MPH Divisional Chairs Community Medicine Oliver C. Bullock, DO ’78 Occupational Medicine David Spratt, DO ’75 Geriatric Medicine Katherine E. Galluzzi, DO Internal Medicine John P. Simelaro, DO ’71 Divisional Chairs Adult Allergy and Immunology Neil H. Feldman, DO ’85 Infectious Disease David H. Loughran, DO ’83 Cardiology Bruce Kornberg, DO ’78

Dermatology Stephen M. Purcell, DO Endocrinology Jeffrey S. Freeman, DO Gastroenterology William J. Gilhool, DO Hematology/Oncology Rocco J. Crescenzo, DO ’92 Nephrology William A. Nickey, DO ’66 Neurology Joseph S. Lubeck, DO General Internal Medicine Pat Anthony Lannutti, DO ’71 Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Michael A. Venditto, DO ’77 Rheumatology David A. Bevan, DO ’69 Library Science Etheldra Templeton, MLS Obstetrics and Gynecology Saul Jeck, DO Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Alexander S. Nicholas, DO ’75 Pathology, Microbiology, Immunology and Forensic Medicine Robert M. Fogel, DO ’58 Pediatrics Rosemary E. Vickers, DO ’83

Psychiatry Burton T. Mark, DO Psychology Robert A. DiTomasso, PhD Radiology Open Rehabilitation Medicine Gerald E. Dworkin, DO ’81 Surgery Arthur J. Sesso, DO ’81 Specialty Surgery Laurence Belkoff, DO Divisional Chairs General Surgery Arthur J. Sesso, DO ’81 Neurological Surgery Richard B. Kanoff, DO ’75 Ophthalmology Open Orthopedic Surgery John J. McPhilemy, DO ’78 Otorhinolaryngology, Head/Neck and Facial Plastic Surgery Theodore P. Maurer, DO ’62 Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Sherman N. Leis, DO ’67 Urologic Surgery Laurence Belkoff, DO

Physician Assistant Studies John M. Cavenaugh, PhD, MBA, PA-C

Alumni Association Board of Directors 2008 Officers Harry E. Manser, Jr., DO ’69, MBA President Joseph J. Kuchinski, DO ’86 President-Elect H. Sprague Taveau, IV, DO ’77, MBA Vice President Luke G. Nelligan, DO ’91 Secretary Hal S. Bendit, DO ’84 Treasurer Murray Zedeck, DO ’62 Assistant Treasurer Nicholas C. Pedano, DO ’61 Past President 2008 District Directors North Atlantic District Gerald A. Colvin, DO ’94 Timothy P. Lowney, DO ’77, MBA Pennsylvania District Susan M. Baro, DO ’92 Hal S. Bendit, DO ’84

J. Steven Blake, DO ’89, MSc Darlene A. Dunay, DO ’83 William G. McDowell, DO ’54 Richard A. Pascucci, DO ’75 Melissa N. Schwartz, DO ’91 New Jersey District James M. Bonner, DO ’86 Joseph Nyzio, DO ’00 Andrew A. Pecora, DO ’61 Middle Atlantic District John A. Cifala, DO ’45 Gary J. Della’Zanna, DO ’92, MSc Southeast District David Coffey, DO ’84 Florida District Ricky P. Lockett, DO ’84, MBA, MPH Murray Zedeck, DO ’62 Middle America District Ositadinma O. Opara, DO ’99 Dana C. Shaffer, DO ’85 Great Lakes District Luke G. Nelligan, DO ’91 Elsira M. Pina, DO ’89

Far West District Michael J. Feinstein, DO ’74 Allan Goldberg, DO ’63 Howard M. Robinson, DO ’90, MHA Military District Lt. Col. Margaret Swanberg, DO ’94 Cdr. Michael Weiner, DO ’91 2008 Representatives Kristen Kuratnick, DO ’07 Intern Representative John A. Pasquella, DO ’05 Resident Representative Jennifer Dwyer DO ’08 Student Representative Robert S. Maurer, DO ’62 Representative to PCOM Board of Trustees Matthew Schure, PhD President and Chief Executive Officer

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Summary of Grants ’07-’08 Ongoing Grants Christopher Reeve Paralysis Foundation | $10,000 Measuring quality of life in individuals with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Stephanie Felgoise, PhD, psychology State of Pennsylvania – Centers of Excellence for Research on Lung Disease | $11,622 Pennsylvania Study of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Exacerbations (PA-SCOPE) Frederick Goldstein, PhD, neuroscience, physiology and pharmacology David Kuo, DO ’96, family medicine Barbara Williams-Page, DO ’92, family medicine National Multiple Sclerosis Society (subcontract) | $4,232 Neural cell tropism of mouse hepatitis virus Susan Hingley, PhD, pathology, microbiology, immunology and forensic medicine Philadelphia Health Care Trust | $120,000 Function, quality of life, and possible mechanisms of action in the adjunctive care of patients with Parkinson’s disease treated with whole body, periodic acceleration and/or OMT: Pilot studies Michael Kuchera, DO, osteopathic manipulative medicine Denise Burns, DO, osteopathic manipulative medicine Farzaneh Daghigh, PhD, biochemistry and molecular biology Peggy Stewart, PhD, neuroscience, physiology and pharmacology U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Health Resources and Services Administration | $52,847 Area Health Education Center – Eastcentral PA Eugene Mochan, PhD, DO ’77, primary care and continuing education U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Health Resources and Services Administration | $18,708 Area Health Education Center – PCOM budget Eugene Mochan, PhD, DO ’77, primary care and continuing education State of Pennsylvania | $52,847 Area Health Education Center – Northcentral PA Harry Morris, DO ’78, MPH, family medicine U.S. Department of Health and Human Services – Health Resources and Services Administration | $18,708 Area Health Education Center – PCOM budget Harry Morris, DO ’78, MPH, family medicine National Institutes of Health – National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute | $40,000 Estrogen dual effects on coronary arteries – research reentry supplement Mary Owen, PhD, JD, pharmacology Genentech, Inc. | $8,371 Epidemiologic study of Xolair (omalizumab): evaluating Clinical Effectiveness in Long-term Safety in patients with moderate to severe asthma (EXCELS) John Simelaro, DO ’71, internal medicine Pat Anthony Lannuti, DO ’71, internal medicine Daniel Parenti, DO ’87, internal medicine 50 |

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Michael A. Venditto, DO ’77, internal medicine Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation | $10,600 Creating a cognitive style model for academic success (no-cost extension) Yuma Tomes, PhD, psychology State of Pennsylvania | $3,965 Nutritional factors in prostate cancer Dianzheng Zhang, PhD, biochemistry and molecular biology

New Grants Osteopathic Heritage Foundation | $120,000 Center for Chronic Disorders of Aging endowment Brian Balin, PhD, pathology, microbiology, immunology and forensic medicine Michael Kuchera, DO, osteopathic manipulative medicine National Institutes of Health – National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research | $75,000 Transcriptional regulation of matrix metalloproteinase-3 Ruth Borghaei, PhD, biochemistry and molecular biology Pew Charitable Trusts | $72,000 Enhancing behavioral health service delivery for vulnerable adults at the PCOM Healthcare Centers Robert DiTomasso, PhD, psychology Barbara Golden, PsyD, psychology State of Pennsylvania | $3,293 Entry mechanisms of mouse hepatitis virus, a model for multiple sclerosis Susan Hingley, PhD, pathology, microbiology, immunology and forensic medicine American Osteopathic Association | $22,712 Documenting mechanics and mechanisms in pedal pump OMT Michael Kuchera, DO, osteopathic manipulative medicine Farzaneh Daghigh, PhD, biochemistry and molecular biology Peggy Stewart, PhD, neuroscience, physiology and pharmacology Edna G. Kynett Memorial Foundation | $25,000 Self-management program to prevent cardiovascular disease Eugene Mochan, PhD, DO ’77, primary care and continuing education National Institutes of Health – National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute | $75,000 In vivo and ex vivo mechanisms related to eNOS uncoupling during reperfusion Lindon Young, PhD, pathology, microbiology, immunology and forensic medicine Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation | $15,000 Chromosomal translocation-induced overexpression of ERG and prostate tumorigenesis Dianzheng Zhang, PhD, biochemistry and molecular biology


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