THE MAGAZINE OF REGIS COLLEGE Fall 2013
Special edition Roll of Honor 2012–2013
Dream Work Filmmaker Fran Murphy ’66 tells stories of perseverance
Read more about Regis’s international focus [page 18]
Miriam Finn Sherman ’98 Vice President of Institutional Advancement email@example.com
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Board of Trustees 2013
Donna M. Norris, MD
Carole F. Barrett ’63, JD
Ruth Sanderson Kingsbury ’57
Ernest Bartell, CSC, PhD (Emeritus)
Ann Lagasse ’79, MBA
Marian Batho ’70, CSJ
Peter Langenus, JD
Beverly Boorstein, JD
Judith Murphy Lauch ’68, MS
Regis Today is published twice a year. © 2013, Regis College, Weston, Massachusetts. All rights reserved. The opinions expressed in Regis Today are those of the authors and not necessarily of Regis College.
Rosemary Brennan, CSJ, MEd, MDiv
Christina M. McCann ’60, MAT
Meyer Chambers, MLM
Kathy McCluskey ’71, CSJ, PhD
Hans Christensen, MBA
Teresa M. McGonagle, MS
Please send address changes to: Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations Regis College 235 Wellesley Street Weston, MA 02493-1571 781-768-7220 www.regiscollege.edu
Kathleen Dawley ’79
Peter Minihane, MS, CPA
Maureen Doherty ’68, CSJ
Glenn Morris, AIA, IIDA
Mary Anne Doyle ’67, CSJ, PhD
Kathleen O’Hare ’69
Clyde H. Evans, PhD
Mary Roche ’78, CPA
Rev. Msgr. Paul V. Garrity, MA, MDiv
Joan Shea, MBA
Michael Halloran, MBA
Jane Cronin Tedder ’66, EdD
Antoinette M. Hays, PhD, RN
John Tegan, Jr., MEd
Lee Hogan ’61, CSJ, PhD (Vice Chair)
Richard W. Young, PhD (Emeritus)
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Ellen C. Kearns ’67, JD
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On the cover Documentary filmmaker Fran Murphy ’66 at the Lincoln Memorial, where Martin Luther King famously stood 50 years ago. Photo by Len Spoden
Features ream Work 14 D Fran Murphy ’66 found her life’s mission in telling the stories of others.
photo: Brian Smith
orld Class 18 W Led by scholar and philanthropist Kathryn Erat, Regis students trace the global roots, and routes, of faith and service.
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Dear Neighbor Regis is going places, literally and figuratively.
Tower Views Cardinal O’Malley inspires new graduates; Regis moves ahead on West Campus.
Looking Ahead First stop for Alexis Zallas ’13? Veterinary school.
A fter Class New Pride, and purpose, for Director of Athletics Rob Riley.
Academic Innovation 10 Deans Malcolm Asadoorian and Penelope Glynn focus on collaboration.
Roll 25 Donor Thank you to all our generous and thoughtful alumni and friends.
A lumni Together 46 Gatherings and events bring alumni together.
Notes 48 Class News of the classes. Hearts & Minds 72 Regis is giving nurse practitioner students the ultimate pediatric experience.
neighbor That is what our campus ministers said to students at our opening Convocation this academic year. How better to declare the overarching philosophy of Regis College? It is a timeless message lived and expressed through the ages by the Sisters of St. Joseph. It is a particularly fitting sentiment for this issue of Regis Today as well, for within these pages we celebrate new scholarships in memory of two of our presidents—Sister Jeanne d’Arc O’Hare and Sister Thérèse Higgins—and recognize hundreds of alumni and friends who donate so generously to advance the mission of Regis College. “We are part of something more.” It is an abiding theme on Founders’ Day at the start of each academic year, when we gather with new and returning students to remind them—to remind all of us—that we are part of a small, close-knit campus community, yes, but one with a much broader vision and purpose. We have a heritage. Our dedication to teaching, learning, and service spans the academic disciplines and the world, evidenced beautifully by the Erat Scholars Program, and enthusiastically with the launch of our Center for Global Connections—both highlighted in this issue. Our commitment to educating students for success in the 21st century is demonstrated by new degree programs in Justice Studies, Interdisciplinary Fine Arts, Nuclear Imaging, a doctoral program in Education, and expanded integration of iPads and other technological innovations across the curriculum. Our “Dean Team” and others talk about these initiatives in the pages that follow. Our shared obligation to securing the future of Regis College is manifested by increasing enrollment, by a master plan for the physical development of the campus, and by continued growth and prudent management of finances. All of us—students, alumni, families, friends, faculty, and staff—have an important role in the continued success of Regis College, remembering all the while that we are indeed part of something more. Influenced both by the gentleness of St. Francis de Sales and the excellence of the Jesuits who spoke of the magis, “the more,” the Sisters formulated the idea of “excellence tempered by gentleness” that is the essence of the “something more” we seek to share. Most of us will never be on the Forbes list of the richest people, but with your help we will all be inscribed in the book written in heaven among those who have passed around what is good, who have understood that sharing is a bond, and who have kept building up Regis again and again to meet the needs of rising generations. Join in. Stay with us. Regis College is going places.
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Antoinette M. Hays, PhD, RN PRESIDENT
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“We are part of something more.”
Gospel of Life
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“As we move through the second decade of the millennium, business as usual is not enough,” His Eminence Seán P. Cardinal O’Malley, OFM Cap., Archbishop of Boston, told Regis graduates in his May 11 commencement address. “We must be a team of missionaries, moving from a maintenance mode to a missionary one.” Regis awarded undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degrees across a range of academic disciplines to 548 students under an enormous white tent on the College’s front lawn—a new venue for the ceremony. “Our hope is that today’s graduates will discover more deeply the radical sense of our vocation to live the social Gospel, to put others first and seek the last place, to be close to Jesus who came to serve and not to be served,” said Cardinal O’Malley, who received an honorary doctor of laws degree from Regis College. Researcher, social activist, and philanthropist Kathryn Erat also received an honorary doctor of laws degree (see story, page 18).
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What Robert Enos: (I)Land Where Carney Gallery, Fine Arts Center When November 1–December 30, 2013 Robert Enos writes, “(I)Land will present the results of a full life’s artistic effort (my land or the world that I inhabited for so much of my life, working on my art).” Driven throughout his career by a devotion to drawing, color, line, shape, and form, Enos quietly absorbed and processed influences from a broad range of sources. As in all of his works, the details go beyond pure visual description; they amplify the meditative mood of the row of modest houses, prominent trees, flat stretch of sand, and dark sea. After (I)Land, works in Regis College’s art collection will be on exhibit from February to May. View the Fine Arts Center’s 2013-2014 calendar at www.regiscollege.edu/facschedule.
Regis Focuses on West Campus Plan
The College announced in July that it has shelved plans to develop the East Campus and will concentrate on fulfillment of a master plan for the West Campus, bringing litigation with the town of Weston to an end. “Our focus is on the implementation of the master plan on the West Campus,” said President Antoinette M. Hays, PhD, RN. “This decision is a positive one for us all, and gives a true picture of the relationship between Regis and the town.” The master plan includes creation of a stunning new quadrangle framed by College Hall, St. Joseph’s Hall, Alumnae Hall, and Maria Hall; a 72-bed addition to Maria Hall; and renovation of the library. Work is underway on this phase of the master plan, with a 2015 completion date.
New and Noted Sabrina Johnson-Taylor is the College’s first instructional designer, bringing a wealth of experience to help faculty develop effective online content, online teaching strategies, technology integration, and assessment practices. Focus areas include fully online, hybrid, and webenhanced course design and teaching and learning activities with iPads (including the “flipped” classroom format—lectures viewed by students before class, with related assignments tackled in class). Initiatives range from tweaking a lesson plan to developing an entire hybrid or online course. Johnson-Taylor holds a PhD in education from the State University of New York at Albany, where she taught and worked as an instructional developer. She comes to us from Holyoke Community College, where she worked as an instructional designer, and she has served as an instructional technologist at Sage College. Johnson-Taylor is a certified Quality Matters peer-reviewer and has taught in traditional, hybrid and online classrooms. Ray McCarthy is an associate professor and director of the new Doctor of Education in Higher Education Leadership program launched this year at Regis. He holds an EdD in education administration from the University of Massachusetts, and MS and BS degrees from Central Connecticut State University. His research interests include integrative STEM education, cultural and historical studies, and gender and socioeconomic equity in regard to all aspects of education. He previously taught at Northeastern University, UMass-Amherst, and Fitchburg State University, and was a public school educator in Massachusetts and Connecticut for many years. Erin Wisniewski joined the Student Life team as director of international student services. Her responsibilities include the International Ambassador program, which links new international students with a Regis administrator and a current
On the Bookshelf student to aid in the adjustment process. Previously, she was director of student activities at American International College. She holds BA and MS degrees from the College of Saint Rose. Peter Kent is Regis’s new director of communications, and editor of Regis Today. He brings more than two decades of experience in all areas of higher education communication, marketing, and advancement. Before Regis, he worked at Northeastern University and Bentley University. He holds a BS in journalism from Boston University, and was a local newspaper editor for several years.
Hans Christensen of Westport, Conn., co-founder and CEO of MJX Asset Management LLC and previously the chief investment officer for Barclays U.S. He is a co-founder of A New Beginning, a charity that runs an elementary school and a vocational school in Pakistan, and a trustee of Christ Church United Methodist in New York City. Weston resident Michael Halloran, formerly the global head of technology investment banking at Deutsche Bank Alex Brown, and currently a trustee of Parmenter Community Health Care, a nonprofit in Wayland. His wife, Carolyn, is a member of the class of 1993. John Tegan, Jr., of Boston, founder and chairman of Communications Technology Services, LLC, which designs and installs voice and data systems in the commercial, government, and education markets. He is the husband of the late Lorraine DeStefano Tegan ’63, who served on the board from 2006 to 2012.
Special Assistant to the President M. J. Doherty ’67, PhD, has published The Gate Is Everywhere: Victims, Christ & Faith, “the story of one survivor’s work
to recover, to help mend the social rupture of the sexual abuse scandal, and to affirm things hoped for in the healing of the Church.” For 11 years, Doherty served on several lay committees, including the Review Board, advising the Archdiocese of Boston on the protection of children. Retired sociology professor Alex Liazos, who taught at Regis from 1971 to 2007, published Twelve Days in Viet Nam: The Life and Death of Nicholas Conaxis, a biography of a U.S. Army soldier killed in the Vietnam War in 1968. A summary of the book, and all of chapter one, are available on the website www.twelve daysinvietnam.org. Associate Professor of Sociology Kathleen Kautzer’s recent book, The Underground Church: Nonviolent Resistance to the Vatican Empire (Brill, 2012), was hailed in a review by Australian
scholar and philosopher Matthew Del Nevo in the quarterly journal Sociology of Religion, who called it an “unprecedented landmark study of American Catholic liberal–progressive movements post-Vatican II.”
Getting a jump on college Regis is launching a new summer academic enrichment program for high school students seeking to get an early start on college. Regis Summer Scholars will be immersed in intensive, two-week courses from July 14 to July 28, and will have the option to live on campus throughout. Students will choose two college-level courses which will count for three credits each at Regis, and may qualify for academic credit at other institutions. Course offerings are in public health, psychology, health and fitness, writing, communication, and marketing. Rising high school juniors and seniors get first priority for admission. For details, call 781-768-7162 or visit www.regiscollege.edu/hsprogram.
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Regis College Trustee Glenn Morris published a novel, Obligation for Justice (Bainbridge, 2013), the story of two brothers whose paths diverge when one remains in Lynn, Mass., the gritty city of their childhood, while the other escapes to Paris and an international life of glamour.
Time Traveler By peter kent
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Alexis Nicole Zallas revels in the past. On any given day in recent years, Zallas could be the patriotic wife of a powerful general, a colonial hurling taunts at beleaguered British soldiers, or a performer in a traditional Greek dance group. She can also argue the relative merits of classic movies, television shows, and old radio shows—from the Marx Brothers to Jack Benny, Cary Grant to John Wayne—which pre-date her by several decades. But right now she’s focused on the present: veterinary school. “I’ve always wanted to be a veterinarian,” says the Class of 2013 valedictorian and biology major, now in her first year at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. “I’ve loved animals for as long as I can remember. I think it’s because I watched John Wayne westerns with my dad while growing up. I just fell in love with the horses. My dad sometimes jokes that I only watch the movies for the horses. As I got older, I realized that combining my love for science and passion for animals would make an exciting career.” Zallas grew up in Lexington, just down the road from Regis (and from Hanscom Field, where her father, a 40-year career Air Force officer, still works today in
a civilian capacity). Like many people of the region, she became fascinated with her hometown’s place in history. “I am an eighteenth century historical re-enactor,” she said. “Growing up in Lexington prompted me to get involved in that. I frequently re-enact at the Minute Man National Historical Park, in several capacities as a member of the Guild of Historical Interpreters, and I also perform as a citizenwitness at the Boston Massacre.” Her favorite role? “Americanborn Margaret Kemble Gage, the wife of General Thomas Gage, the military governor of Massachusetts in 1775,” Zallas said. “Her story is wonderful—a woman from New Jersey high society who some suspect remained sympathetic to her country rather than her to husband by aiding the Sons of Liberty.” When not immersed in America’s colonial past, Zallas is zealous in pursuit of another passion—her Hellenic culture. She’s a member of the Bostonbased Sons and Daughters of Alexander the Great dance group. She and her fellow dancers traveled to Macedonia, Greece, this past summer to perform, sightsee, and bask in their Greek heritage.
She participated in a three-day convention involving dance groups from all over Macedonia. “Greek music and dance have such a rich and beautiful history. I cannot adequately describe the thrill of participating and what it means to me,” she said. “And don’t even get me started on Greek cooking. There’s nothing better than sharing the kitchen with my mom. She’s made me the cook I am today. Some of my fondest memories are cooking side by side with her while taking intermittent dancing breaks—because you just can’t cook without Greek music!” Right now, however, Zallas is devoting all of her time to another role, that of a self-described “science geek.” It’s a passion cultivated and nurtured in her Regis science classes and labs, guided and encouraged by her professors and internship supervisors. “I always want to understand why: Why does this happen? Why do we see this result after administering a medication? I especially love expanding my understanding from the microscopic level to the macroscopic level—what’s happening on a cellular level versus what am I seeing in an actual patient.” A huge boost to her studies and interests came via internships: a three-month stint with the
“I realized that
combining my love of science and passion for animals would make an exciting career.”
TAP INTO TALENT
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Massachusetts Audubon Society, and several years at the Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center of New England (VESCONE) in Waltham. “I spent four years at VESCONE—summer and winter breaks—everywhere from the emergency room through radiology and surgery,” said Zallas. “I learned so much from the veterinarians and staff. It was a fantastic opportunity and I believe this experience ultimately helped me prepare for veterinary school and will give me a preview of what I will be capable of after graduating.” Her “present”—for the next four years—is vet school. Her future? “I’d like to do a residency in small
animal surgery,” said Zallas. “But I’m also interested in completing a master’s degree in public health and working for the Centers for Disease Control. I really enjoyed microbiology at Regis, which made me consider working for the CDC.” In her valedictory address in May, it seemed especially fitting for Zallas to borrow wisdom from ancient Greek philosophers while speaking to her classmates of the present and looking eagerly to the future: “Antiphanes said that ‘everything yields to diligence’ and Aristotle believed that ‘the energy of the mind is the essence of life.’ ” Diligence and energy of mind. Traits that will continue to serve Zallas well into the future.
“Because of our focus on experiential learning, coupled with our emphasis on the values of our founding Sisters of St. Joseph, Regis students enter the workplace with the skills, confidence, and dedication that allow them to contribute very quickly to just about any organization,” said Susan Clancy Kennedy ’81, director of internships and career placement. “Our undergraduate student population is highly diverse and represents an array of academic backgrounds and practical experiences,” she continued. “And many of our graduate students already have résumés of professional experience; when combined with their advanced degrees, they are able to add value from day one.” To learn more, contact Susan Kennedy at 781-7687271 or susan.kennedy@regis college.edu.
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Seeking bright and talented interns or employees for your organization? If so, then tap into Regis.
Points of Pride by Bryan geary
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Ask Rob Riley about coaching and building a successful athletics program and he’ll tell you that it has little to do with the X’s and O’s. Hired as the director of athletics for the Pride in December 2012 and armed with 25 years of coaching experience at the collegiate and professional levels, Riley knows that succeeding in this business is all about the people. His vision for Regis athletics starts here: “Commitment, accountability, and loyalty—to the school and to each other,” Riley said. “We want to live by those three words.” College hockey fans will likely recognize Riley’s name right away. And for good reason. Not only was he a four-year letter winner for the Boston College Eagles—and a co-captain in 1977–78 for the national runner-up—he is part of a 62-year legacy of coaching at the United States Military Academy at West Point. “I think in looking back, that’s probably the proudest athletic achievement I have,” Riley said of his family’s history there. Born and raised in West Point, Riley spent his childhood watching his father, Jack Riley, coach the Army hockey team. He fondly recalls the school bus dropping him off at the rink, where he spent countless hours as a child. For as long as he can remember, Riley has wanted to coach, and his father’s influence is a big reason. Keeping with tradition, Riley says the coaching gene has also been passed on to his son Brett, a senior hockey player at Hobart who has already started coaching in the summer. The elder Riley spent 36 years as the head coach at Army, squeezing in a gold medal as the coach of the 1960 U.S. Olympic team along the way. Rob took over for his father in the 1986-87 season, just two years after leading Division III Babson College to a national championship. Brian Riley, his brother, then took the helm in 2004 and has held it ever since. Riley has also spent time in professional hockey, as a coach and a consultant for the Columbus Blue
Jackets. In two years with the Springfield Falcons, an AHL affiliate of the Blue Jackets, Riley was able to help young players looking to take the next step in their professional careers, an experience he characterized as “very rewarding.” So, what made Regis—a school without a hockey program—so attractive to a lifelong hockey guy? The people. “That was the thing that impressed me the most in the interview process,” said Riley. “I read everything I could on the website, but until you meet the people and you are around the campus, you don’t really know what the culture is.” Upon meeting with President Antoinette M. Hays and Vice President of Communications, Marketing, and Enrollment Paul Vaccaro, Riley found that they were all immediately in agreement on where Regis College and Regis athletics could go. “You have great leadership and people above you pushing hard to do the right things,” he said. “That really made me want this job.” Riley, who now lives in Needham with his wife Debbie, didn’t follow the traditional path to becoming an athletic director, but it was clear to Vaccaro that he was the right person for the job. “Rob has been an outstanding leader, mentor, and motivator at all levels in his professional career,” said Vaccaro. “He brought those same skills with him to Regis and so far the results have been outstanding.” Riley believes that his history as a coach provided him with the right skill set for a job like this. “In the old days, the football and the basketball coach became the athletic director,” he said. “Now it’s changed a lot. I felt like I could really make a difference at a school like Regis.” Succeeding Marybeth Lamb, now the athletic director at Bridgewater State University after 10 years with Regis, Riley heads into his first full academic year at the helm. Winning is an important
Commitment. Accountability. Loyalty. We want to live by those three words.
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goal in his eyes, but he is also focused on succeeding in other areas. Stressing academic excellence and community involvement, he notes that keeping the student-athlete experience a positive one is among his top priorities. “We want athletics to enhance and improve the Regis experience every step of the way,” said Riley. Recent graduate Kara Donovan embodies this message. As a senior last spring, the two-sport athlete won the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) Senior Female Student-Athlete of the Year award. A standout in soccer and softball, Riley and the entire Regis community were very proud of her. Riley aims to keep improving and advancing the Regis brand, and the stunning athletic complex that opened in 2009 provides a great boost to these efforts, as the Pride now boasts some of the best facilities among small universities in the region—but it doesn’t stop there. “The new facilities really changed the landscape for Regis and Regis athletics,” said Riley. “Our job now on the fundraising side is to get stands in there, get a press box in there, build offices and locker rooms.”
The past summer saw a face-lift for the gymnasium—new carpets, new paint, and refinishing the gym floor. To Riley, these are the types of things that can boost pride and impress prospective studentathletes, fans, and the opposition. Athletics at Regis has seen many changes in the last decade, including the addition of men’s sports starting in 2007. But through the changes, many Pride teams have experienced great success. In the 2012–13 academic year, Regis racked up four league championships and finished second in three other sports. In Riley’s words, “that’s a great year for any team, any program.” While he is busy trying to build on that success, Riley says that the questions still come in about adding other sports. However, the goal is to make the sports Regis currently has the best they can be before thinking about making further additions. For now, Riley already has plenty to focus on. “For me, it has really been a blessing that hockey was not here,” he said. “We have 16 teams and a full staff that all need attention, so it’s been a relief not to worry about hockey.”
The Dean Team
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Like any administrative team, Malcolm O. Asadoorian III, PhD, and Penelope M. Glynn, RN, PhD, bring individual strengths, varied experiences and perspectives, and unique personalities to the table. Yet from the moment they began working together as the academic deans of Regis College, they clicked, and they use terms like “team” and “complementary” and “collaborative” in describing their working relationship. Dr. Asadoorian joined Regis in Summer 2012 as dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Education and Social Sciences. He was fresh off a long stint at Lynn University in Florida, where he was a professor of economics with dual appointments in the College of Liberal Education and the College of Business and Management. He was also chair of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies and associate dean for assessment and faculty development in the Office of Academic Affairs. Prior to Lynn, he was a postdoctoral research associate professor at MIT, and also taught at Fisher College, Assumption College, and Anna Maria College. He earned PhD and MA degrees in economics from Clark University, and a bachelor’s degree from Assumption. Dr. Glynn was appointed dean of the School of Nursing, Science and Health Professions in 2013, after serving as interim dean when incumbent Antoinette Hays was named Regis College president in 2011. She joined the Regis faculty in 2004, bringing with her 24 years of experience in administrative and faculty positions at Simmons College, Lesley University, and Boston College. Prior to becoming dean, she was the coordinator of the generic master’s program, and then chair of the postlicensure graduate nursing program. A registered nurse, she holds BS and MS degrees in nursing, and a PhD in sociology from Boston University. The Dean Team sat down recently with Communications Director and Regis Today Editor Peter Kent to discuss issues, trends, and challenges in higher education, and what Regis is doing to prepare students for life and careers in the 21st century.
There is such an emphasis these days on colleges and universities preparing students for careers. One comedian recently bemoaned pursing a major in philosophy, only to discover that in this uncertain economy, the philosophy companies aren't hiring these days. So, why a liberal arts education? Dr. Glynn: I started my career with the
traditional ‘diploma’ education—a threeyear nursing program that was affiliated with a hospital—and I wouldn’t give that up for anything. But it can’t suffice in today’s world. If we become so vocation-oriented that we don’t provide that strong liberal arts background, we’re not preparing students to relate to and understand the patients they are caring for, which is critical to developing a trusting relationship. Without that liberal arts foundation, you can’t possibly adapt to the rapid changes occurring in health care, and you can’t see the big picture. That’s why our undergraduate nursing majors don’t start their nursing courses until the junior year, because they get a full two years of liberal arts and sciences before they ever even touch nursing. And that’s critical. Dr. Asadoorian: We must prepare students for their respective professions, yes, but simultaneously we must answer the call for proving that a strong liberal arts foundation is essential. When we say a liberal arts education produces lifelong learners, we mean those essential skills of critical thinking and writing, oral communication, quantitative
11 reasoning, scientific inquiry and reasoning, information literacy, and integrative skills—pulling them together and applying them. These skills transcend all disciplines. The liberal arts foundation is the critical ingredient that allows individuals to learn and to adapt throughout their life.
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In August, President Obama announced a plan to “measure college performance through a new ratings system so students and families have the information to select schools that provide the best value.” The ratings would eventually be used by Congress to “tie federal student aid to college performance,” says the White House. A step in the right direction? Dr. Glynn: I think it’s time for us
to be held accountable for what we say we do. Health care has been undergoing this for some time now, and it’s for the better. Hospitals are rated based on their outcomes: You can go online, you can look, you can choose. You
can see exactly where the hospital falls; you can see where the nursing home falls. And I think that students, parents, and adult learners have the right to know, ‘where does this school fall, what are their outcomes?’ If I’m paying upwards of $160,000 for a private education, then I want to know if students are achieving what a college says they’re going to achieve. Dr. Asadoorian: It’s about evaluating effectiveness objectively and based on evidence—unlike in the past, when it was mostly subjective. Prior to the academic assessment revolution, when schools were asked if students were learning what was claimed, the inevitable response was, ‘yes.’ But now, with academic assessment becoming part of our culture, there is an objective, evidence-based means of evaluation. It’s about equal access to information, so that individuals can make informed decisions, and continuous improvement of student learning. That’s really
at the heart of assessment, and I think that holds true not only in the health care industry but in education as well. Regis has been ramping up its global agenda in recent years, through curricular initiatives, expanded study abroad and service opportunities, international student recruitment, faculty scholarship, and a new Center for Global Connections. Why is this a priority? Dr. Asadoorian: Our economies are
interconnected. Our markets are interconnected. To ignore that is to ignore reality. And if we predicate ourselves on preparing lifelong learners in the liberal arts tradition for professional practice in the 21st century, we must embrace globalization to make sure that we are truly preparing our students to be citizens of the world. Our students are going to be out there operating in a global network. Dr. Glynn: In nursing and in other health professions, we must teach
Deans Penelope M. Glynn, RN, PhD, and Malcolm O. Asadoorian, PhD, both believe a liberal arts foundation prepares students for any profession.
global health because we’re too interconnected not to teach it. Even up to the early 2000s, you learned about the health of your country and your populations and that’s all you learned. But because populations now travel back and forth, you have to know and understand what’s going on in other parts of the world. You have to know that in Africa, immunization—or the lack thereof—is a huge problem, both for that continent and others as Africans travel. You have to think about epidemics and how quickly they can spread. We now talk about 250 people infected with SARS in China as an epidemic; it is a huge issue, because it can travel so quickly all over the world. Regis established a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program in 2007, and this fall launched a second doctoral program: a Doctor of Education (EdD) degree. Why these two fields? Dr. Asadoorian: In many ways, the
nursing programs are the cornerstone of the School of Nursing, Science and Health Professions. What is the cornerstone of the School of Liberal Arts, Education
and Social Sciences? I would say it is education. Education truly envelops the liberal arts, and so a Doctor of Education program acknowledges and strengthens the cornerstone, which is the driving motivation for the new EdD. Instead of having a very discipline-specific, researchoriented PhD program, we feel it’s more consistent with our mission and our strategic vision to offer a doctoral program that encompasses all disciplines in the liberal arts and is in the spirit of the scholar-practitioner. The EdD focus is on higher education leadership. It is a natural progression—in the spirit of reinvigorating the liberal arts and establishing education as a cornerstone—to build upon our established and successful undergraduate education licensure program and our Master of Arts in Teaching to complete the cycle with a doctoral program in education. What’s really wonderful when we talk about a liberal arts education that’s quality and distinctive is that we now have at Regis a doctorate in higher education leadership which is just that: quality and distinctive.
What lies ahead for academics at Regis? Dr. Glynn: I see us bursting at
the seams with students, with programs in the sciences that are robust and cutting-edge and really contributing to the need for graduates in the STEM disciplines. I see a beautiful new or renovated science building. I’d love to see an interdisciplinary health professions laboratory that reflects someone’s home— because that’s where health care is going to be delivered—where you could have students in social work, nursing, occupational therapy, and other areas all working together to solve problems and deliver care. I want
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Dr. Glynn: Our Doctor of Nursing Practice was one of the first DNP programs in Massachusetts, admitting its first class in 2007. As is often the case, Regis was on the forefront in addressing the need for doctoral preparation for nurses in advanced practice, in particular for nurse practitioners. Our program also prepares DNPs in a variety of areas including, but not limited to, health policy, integrative health, and informatics. The 62 graduates of the program serve as leaders in nursing education, and in the delivery of health care, including the delivery of care to the most vulnerable populations. We had one student who, in completing the work for his DNP degree, successfully created and funded a ‘Mobile Health Care Van’ and is currently delivering care to the homeless. The 92 students who are currently active in the DNP program love the direct application of what they are learning to their practice, as well as the flexibility that our weekend program offers them. They are truly leaders in the practice arena.
ACADEMIC INNOVATION tech corner
Growing the Nuclear Family A new, interactive Nuclear Medicine Imaging laboratory featuring stateof-the-art media and technology equipment opened in College Hall this fall. The new facility features an ADAC dual-head gamma camera— usually seen only in hospitals—donated by Northeast Electronics Inc.
“Helping our students see the global picture is really in keeping with the Sisters of St. Joseph and reaching out to the ‘dear neighbor.’ It’s just that the neighbor is a lot farther away.” Massachusetts and the country to see that we are a strong school and that we are interdisciplinary and at the forefront. Dr. Asadoorian: We are an institution on the move—riding the wave of global education, interdisciplinary studies, and technology. We are providing a quality, distinctive education that is strong in the liberal arts with innovative professional programs—an institution that truly prepares students for lifelong learning for the 21st century. The work of the School of Liberal Arts, Education and Social Sciences in the past year can be characterized with one word— transformation. We will continue to transform the liberal arts for
Regis and work on developing new academic programs that exemplify excellence in professional practice motivated by a strong foundation in the liberal arts. Continued growth of our education programs, the humanities, language education, business, quantitative studies, and writing across the curriculum are clearly in our future.
BREAKING NEWS As Regis Today was going to press, President Antoinette M. Hays announced the appointment of Dr. Malcolm Asadoorian as Regis’s new vice president of Academic Affairs, effective immediately. Dr. Asadoorian will retain his role as academic dean until a successor is appointed next year.
“The gamma camera enables great interactive teaching,” said Lauren Shanbrun (below left), assistant professor of medical imaging and program coordinator of nuclear medicine technology. Thirty undergraduate students have declared a major in medical imaging with a concentration in nuclear medicine, said David Gilmore (below right), associate dean of undergraduate affairs, who also directs the Regis imaging programs. “And so far, all of our graduates have employment in nuclear medicine, and we have achieved 100 percent first-time pass rate on the national certification exams.”
Fran Murphy’s documentaries tell stories of perseverance
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dRe∂m Work On a crisp September afternoon, Fran Murphy ’66
chatted on her cozy back deck in Maryland, reliving her Regis days and her 40-plus-year career in television, in which she has earned seven Emmys and numerous other awards. Her ever-present dogs— Nipper and Chipper—ran circles around her excitedly, barking and leaping. She’d interrupt herself to laughingly tell them to get lost, enjoying the canine chaos around her. It’s a parallel to her professional life: Though “being in TV” could be a frenzied, nonstop stressor, Murphy is laid-back enough to be both completely immersed and happily relaxed. That’s because television production—in Murphy’s case, TV documentaries—marries her skills with her passion. Her time at Regis laid the groundwork for a body of work that exposes critical thinking, wordplay and investigation. For an English major (where she studied structure and style) with an art history background (where composition and form became apparent), combined with an inherent desire to pursue social justice issues, journalism was a perfect profession. “At Regis, we were taught to be compassionate,” said Murphy, “to care about people who didn’t have anything. That’s what it means to be Catholic: find a way to help, whether it’s donating money or your time or whatever. Talking to people and telling their stories, that’s a way to help.”
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he path to finding her career wasn’t smooth, mused Murphy. In the 1970s, women weren’t exactly setting records in the television industry. “I’d gone to see a career counselor before I went back to school. I met with a guy who told me, ‘Television? No one ever gets hired in that—that’s a low percentage job. What you want to do is go into library science.’ And I thought, ‘The hell I do!’ ” A quiet occupation was never really an option for this scrappy woman who thought she’d grow up to be a teacher, even though her father didn’t initially approve: “You will never make a very good living teaching English literature.” “He was a scientist and I was a goofball,” Murphy admitted. But he was right and she was glad her career led her here instead. After Regis, Murphy took classes at Boston University and at Milwaukee Area Technical College, and landed a job in TV production. Her initial responsibilities: hoisting heavy equipment. It probably never dawned on her, slight-figured and doe-eyed, that it wasn’t an obvious place for women. “I was always the girl on the scaffolding,” Murphy reminisced. “The cameras were not the little light cameras we have now. They were 50 pounds.” She worked at television stations in Boston, Milwaukee, and D.C., and eventually moved into producing documentaries for local TV stations, AARP, and the Pentagon Channel. She’s met many a famous person, including Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Dole, Walter Cronkite, and Clive Cussler. “She has the ability to talk to anybody and not get star-struck,” said longtime friend and video editor Bob Kanner, who has worked with Murphy since she moved to D.C. 30 years ago. Her day-to-day life now consists of working as an editor and producer: interviewing sources,
editing scripts, and combining video and photos to yield a finished product. Then there are all the non-job-related tasks of a freelancer—like networking, meeting with potential clients, learning new technology to make herself more marketable—and the personal—being a mother to her son and daughter, and grandmother to three girls. She has worked on projects as far-ranging as female fitness and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, but lights up when talking about two recent documentaries on civil rights issues: “The Dream Began Here,” for which she received an Emmy award, and “Hattie’s Lost Legacy,” which earned her a Gracie, an award presented by
Though many of the documentaries have dealt specifically with past events, it’s through this that Murphy feels she’s been able to illuminate current issues in Washington. Issues of poverty make it “so hard to live here sometimes,” she said, even though she was in love with D.C. since she moved from the Midwest in the early ’80s. While working on “Dream,” she “met people in the poorest parts of Washington,” a stark reminder that many of Martin Luther King’s dreams have not been met for poor African-Americans. “People desperately want jobs,” she said. “There’s a yearning to be in the mainstream. But there are a lot of barriers. You meet these
Murphy almost gushes as she discusses how she comes to learn what makes people tick, and about finding that
“Ah-ha” MOMent the Alliance for Women in Media. She’s also won awards from the National Association of Black Journalists for both "Hattie" and a piece on the Howard Theatre restoration project. “The Dream Began Here” walks the viewer through iconic neighborhoods in D.C., illustrating the way African-Americans contributed to the formation of the capital city. It’s sometimes uncomfortable—slaves helped build the White House, and the banks of the Potomac were slave-trading grounds—but it’s also a story of triumph. And it’s a modern-day story as well.
people and you can’t help but feel for them.” Telling people’s stories excites her, especially when they illustrate a larger point about our society. Murphy almost gushes as she discusses how she comes to learn what makes people tick, and about finding that “ah-ha” moment that explains why something happened. While researching “Dream,” Murphy found footage of Dr. King and Roy Wilkins (then the head of the NAACP) on Meet the Press. The footage speaks for itself of the deeply divided time. “So they’re on Meet the Press and it’s all white men asking them questions and
photo: Len Spoden
one of the first questions is, ‘So if all these black people come to Washington, aren’t there going to be riots?’ Oliver Stone could not have asked for a better setup,” Murphy said, “because the guy asked the question—and it pans from one white guy to another white guy. There were five white guys asking two black guys these questions. It was like it was out of a movie.” “Hattie’s Lost Legacy” similarly highlights civil rights issues, this time highlighting the first African-American woman to win an Oscar—Hattie McDaniel, who won best supporting actress for her portrayal of Mammy in “Gone With the Wind.” The documentary explores racism in Hollywood and the rebuff McDaniel received from the black community for playing roles that were seen as subservient. When McDaniel died of breast cancer in her 50s, she allegedly
bequeathed her Oscar to Howard University, but it never made it there. The award’s whereabouts are still unknown. “Her story is complicated and really sad,” Murphy said, but she really enjoyed telling it because “it was like an onion. It is one of my favorite projects.”
Murphy tries to stay grounded amid the schedule of a thriving business and the bubble of Washington. “I try to remember that the real world is not like Washington,” she said. “People forget who they are here. You have to remember you’re not who you’re covering. How can you maintain your integrity if you’re worried about being invited to the next party? “I guess you just try to impress them with your work,” she laughs. She seems to be doing that just
fine, as the awards—and her peers—would attest. “The best thing that she knows how to do really well is leave you alone, let the editor do his own thing for a little bit, then she’ll come in and just make it be what she wants it to be,” said Kanner. “I might argue with her about this or that, but very rarely. She’s pretty much spot-on in what she does.” Murphy, ever self-deprecating, demurred. “I’m probably pretty normal, though my son doesn’t think I am. He says, ‘Come on, Mom, no one’s normal in D.C.’ ” But that’s to be expected from someone who spends her life telling other people’s stories. “I learned to respect others regardless of their station in life or opinions,” she said. “A good journalist withholds judgment and allows others to voice their thoughts and ideas.”
class Erat Scholars are exploring global roots, and routes, of faith and service
By pat ri cia d i b ona ’ 84
photo: Brian Smith
A school bus rumbled through a maze of dirt roads in Nairobi, Kenya, heading east to the town of Kitui. Inside, Regis students and their mentors sat side-by-side in the intense June heat, sharing stories and making plans. Passengers Jeffrie Parrish ’14 and Kathryn Erat, a retired computer scientist and the trip’s benefactor, anticipated the journey ahead.
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hey were headed for Nyumbani, a community of orphans affected by HIV/AIDS. Erat was looking forward to a reunion with her friend Sister Mary Owens, Nyumbani’s executive director. Parrish couldn’t wait to interact with the children.
Parrish and Erat first met at Regis: he, among 10 students in a semester-long religious studies and philosophy seminar and overseas travel program launched in 2007; she, the passionate and generous friend of Regis who makes the program possible. The two had bonded after class, methodically organizing a way to bring soccer supplies to Kenya. The relationship continued at the Mary Ward Center, their Nairobi hostel, where they discussed everything from science and religion to Erat’s international experiences. Though 50 years separate them, the conversation was effortless.
Kathryn Erat, founder and benefactor of the Erat Scholars Program, enjoys a conversation with graduates of the faith-based study abroad program.
Parrish said Erat impacted his life in ways he never imagined. She taught him to take a daydream and make it a reality. “I told Kathryn my vision and she met with me following every seminar session to discuss details,” said Parrish, a studentathlete who, prior to the trip, collected 450 pieces of donated soccer equipment, packed it all up with the help of seminar classmates, and then arranged for all of them
“It was beyond amazing. We lived what we learned in the classroom.”
to carry it on the flight to Kenya and the trip to the Nyumbani schools. “Soccer is huge there. And it’s more than just a game— coaches talk with their players about AIDS, abstinence, even gang violence.” It is this kind of story that makes the Erat Scholars Program more than just a study-abroad program. It’s a pathway to seeing the world more holistically, and with a religious and philosophical perspective. The program takes 10 students to various parts of the world each year to experience firsthand a culture they studied all semester. The classes have covered Jerusalem; France, Switzerland and Italy; China; and Kenya. Each trip has an overarching theme: The first trip traced the roots of Christianity in Rome; in France, Switzerland, and Italy compassion took center stage; in Kenya, service. It’s been a life-changing experience for each of the students who have been a part of it. “I was concerned that young people were turning away from the Church and wanted them to realize that Christianity was more than what they read in the newspapers. It is my obligation to teach them to look at the Church in a different way,” said Erat, a slight woman with tousled grey hair and lively blue eyes who, in addition
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Snapshots from around the world
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1 Erat Scholars posed for a group shot in Rome. 2 The Regis College Glee Club and Alumnae Chorus traveled to Spain on concert tour during spring break in March. The trip included a Mass performance at Barcelona’s La Sagrada Familia Church, the unfinished masterpiece of architect Antoni Gaudi, and a recital in the monastery in the mountain village of Montserrat. 3 A spring service/solidarity journey to Villa El Salvador in Peru provided 17 Regis students with a heightened understanding of the problems and conditions of poverty, and an opportunity to build lasting relationships with dozens of young people in Peru. The annual Alternative Spring Break trip, now in its eighth year, is sponsored by the Office of Campus Ministry. 4 The first cohort of 12 Haitian nursing faculty participating in the Regis College Haiti Project will graduate this winter, marking the first time in Haiti’s history that nurses will be awarded graduate degrees in science by the University of Haiti, supported by the Haitian Ministry of Health. 5 Regis welcomed Fulbright scholar Yves Vilton of Haiti to the Master of Science program in Regulatory and Clinical Research Management this fall. The Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government; it’s designed to increase mutual understanding between the people of the U.S. and other countries. Grants are awarded for master’s and doctoral programs in a variety of fields of study.
“We covered a lot of material and a lot of miles, but the common thread was about the compassion gene and how we evolve to a deeper understanding of our connectedness.”
“We were stunned. This was a new way of connecting young people with faith traditions,” said Professor Ernest Collamati, chair of the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department. “Beyond the generous donation—an unbelievable gift—was Kathryn, a remarkable benefactor who breaks stereotypes by her simple way of life. She has a renaissance quality of knowledge and speaks well of science, religious traditions, Catholic theology, politics, and economics. In this specialized age of 2013, it is hard to find someone like her.” Like the scientist she is, Erat was meticulous when mapping out the curriculum and the trips with professors. Sister Elizabeth Conway ’80, CSJ, director of spiritual life, attended the 2013 trip to France, Switzerland, and Italy. She marvels at how Erat takes pieces of each trip and thoughtfully, purposefully weaves them together. Under Erat’s direction, the 2013 Regis group moved from a kitchen in France to Geneva and the United Nations Human Rights Council’s famous circular table. They made a contemplative visit to Assisi, Italy, birthplace of St. Francis, and later joined a Vatican audience of 70,000 with his namesake, Pope Francis, in Rome. “We covered a lot of material and a lot of miles, but the common thread was about the compassion gene and how we evolve to a deeper understanding of our connectedness,” said Sister Betsy.
This tone of outreach and unity struck a chord with Parrish, who was initially unsure about the diverse Regis group, which blended students from an array of programs. Any concerns disappeared as the students and faculty became a tight-knit community, sharing simple meals of rice and collard greens while bonding over their love of the resilient, joyful villagers, children, and elders infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. “It’s a bit of a leap of faith to travel so far with 10 college kids,” said Nancy Bittner, who participated in the Kenya trip as a member of the Regis nursing faculty. “But Kathryn believed in us and we followed her lead.” Students on the trip were able to participate in activities relating to their majors and their interests. For instance, nursing students weighed and measured orphans as part of the USAID program in nutrition. Erat also factored in fun by surprising students with breakfast at a hippo pool and an African safari. Joseph Draper, an assistant professor of religious studies who taught the 2011 class on China and accompanied students on the trip, was taken with Erat’s professional connections when it came to visiting lecturers. Erat even arranged for China experts like Henrietta Harrison, a professor of history at Harvard University, to speak with students at Regis. Erat is “a self-made woman, a formidable scholar with a huge
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to her involvement with Regis, is also on the board of SomervilleCambridge Elder Services and an active member of Saint Paul Church in Harvard Square. For Erat, a dedicated Catholic who was educated at the College of New Rochelle—the first women’s Catholic college in New York— and went on to break barriers for women in information technology, knowledge is practical as well as theoretical. The Erat Scholars Program thus includes both. The seminar/trip weaves spirituality with academics, humanitarian outreach, and global exploration, and—Erat emphasized—“forms a community among the students and professors.” It was a program whose time had come—the result of faith and serendipity. Erat had met former Regis President Mary Jane England ’59 in 2002 and participated in the Regis College Dialogues on Women, Church, and Society. “This is the place where it can happen,” Erat remembers thinking. Jackie Salas ’14 said her experience has been transformative— shaping the way she views herself and changing the plans she once had for the future. Simply put: “It was beyond amazing,” Salas said of her 14-day trip to France, Switzerland, and Italy. “We lived what we learned in the classroom. “Kathryn is passionate about sharing her knowledge—not just about church doctrine but life lessons as well. She wants us to better our lives and better the future and doesn’t ask for anything in return.” And it’s not just the students who are awestruck by the Erat Scholars Program. Professors, too, are excited by the opportunity to couple classroom study with exploration, and to do it alongside a donor who funds the entire cost of each trip, and who is participating 100 percent.
“Kathryn is passionate about sharing her knowledge—not just about church doctrine but life lessons as well. She wants us to better our lives and better the future and doesn’t ask for anything in return.”
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heart,” Draper said, describing the many times Erat called upon her personal experiences, wisdom, and savvy to help students deal with issues abroad. After Regis students experienced a bicycle theft while in China, Erat negotiated with the bike rental company on reimbursement, talking the vendor down from $1,000 to just $80. These are the kinds of things you don’t learn in a classroom. As are the intricacies of how faith plays out in the daily lives of people in other parts of the world. Salas said she felt chills as she stood in a kitchen in Le Puy, France, where the Sisters of Saint Joseph founded their order nearly 300 years ago. Parrish was awestruck by the orphans of Nyumbani, children who had very little materially but overflowed with happiness and a zest for learning. And there are stories from many other students on the way the trip changed their worldview, including the student who was baptized in the Jordan River during the trip to Jerusalem. “If students come back and say, ‘Gee, people actually died for this’ or ‘People in other countries share this religion,’ then the program was a success,” said Erat. “It’s like coming home from a trip and realizing your living room is very small. It does hit you.”
Making Connect io ns Regis College is taking a significant step in advancing its international agenda with the recent launch of a Center for Global Connections. The Center will be a hub for overseas academic and service learning initiatives for students; for bringing foreign students and faculty to campus; for supporting faculty development in international research and conferences; and for driving lifelong learning programming for alumni. David Crisci was appointed Center director in October. Previously, he was associate director of international affairs at Marywood University in Pennsylvania., from which he holds BA and MS degrees. A $100,000 grant from the Massachusetts-based Cummings Foundation helped establish the Center. “We are thrilled and grateful that the Cummings Foundation has acknowledged the mission and potential of our Center for Global Connections with this substantial grant,” said President Antoinette M. Hays, PhD, RN. “Regis is already expanding its global footprint, with a growing number of international students, increased study abroad opportunities, community service in Peru, our International Nurse Faculty Partnership Initiative in Haiti, and other forms of outreach that express our educational commitment to the social justice side of globalization. This grant moves our efforts to the next level. I especially thank Regis alumna Carol Donovan ’59 for helping to call attention to our work.”
Roll of Honor Institutional Advancement
F Former Trustee
ROLL OF HONOR 2012â€“2013
Dear Alumni and Friends, We surpassed our Regis Fund goal again! Thank you, thank you, thank you for playing such an important role in our fundraising efforts at Regis College. Year after year, I am humbled by the generosity and dedication of our alumni and friends. Alumni, friends, students, faculty, staff, parents: we are all Building Regis Together. Regis is breaking records. Earlier this fall, we welcomed 963 new and returning undergraduates to campus—the largest enrollment in Regis’s history. Not only that, more students are living on campus than ever before and the residence halls are full. As Regis grows, so does the overall vibrancy of the campus. It was wonderful to see so many new faces on the first day of classes, their iPads in tow as they jet from College Hall to the cafeteria, from Angela and Domitilla to the spectacular Regis is expanding at the graduate level as well, with a 16 percent increase in enrollment over last year. Because we are consistently adding innovative programs in both schools,
we are attracting students from a broad range of backgrounds for a variety of programs. This past summer, Regis launched its second doctoral program—a Doctor of Education in higher education leadership. Regis is thriving and people are noticing! The Boston Business Journal featured an article about Regis’s fiscal health, citing a strong improvement in strength and stability over the last few years. Together, anything is possible. I am pleased to present to you the 2012–2013 Annual Report and Roll of Honor. Each one of you has helped the College reach its potential and achieve its mission. As always, alumni and friend participation is so important to keep Regis moving forward, so thank you for helping us do just that. I hope to see you at a Regis event this year. In the meantime, if you have any questions or ideas, I would love to hear from you: 781-768-7222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miriam Finn Sherman ’98, MPA V ice President, Institu tiona l A dvancement
photo: Kathleen Dooher
Regis Circle Balfour Foundation Clinton Bush Haiti Fund Cummings Foundation, Inc. Estate of Irene Thomas du Breuil ’41 Estate of Margaret M. Murphy ’49 Estate of Ruth A. Stevens ’46 Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund William J. Firla Julia Shen Fung ’67 Virginia Pyne Kaneb ’57 F and John Kaneb Kathleen Hickey Lennon ’63 Northeast Electronics, Inc. Mary T. Roche ’78 The National Collegiate Athletic Association U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Richard W. Young T
Crimson Circle Anne Hickey Burns ’63 Ellen Byrne Corcoran ’71
F Former Trustee
1927 Society Anonymous Gertrude Breen Alfredson ’47 Patricia L. Allard ’01 Ann LaBrecque Baird ’67 Nancy Rodhouse Bossidy ’58 Mary T. Breslin ’49 Anne Billingham Brophy ’63 Ann E. Brown ’98 Phyllis Gallinelli Campbell ’47 Anne-Marie Cahill Casey ’51 D Doreen O’Leary Christopher ’59 Louise Kelley Collins ’49 Constance McInnis Corcoran ’85 Audrey Bowen Criado ’59 Robert J. Cronin F D Grover J. Cronin Memorial Foundation Kathleen E. Dawley-Smokowski ’79 T John F. Duff Betty Ann Hynes Elliott ’49 Raymond James C. Endowment Fund Estate of Katherine M. Connolly ’37 Nancy Natoli Fay ’49 Camille Gattineri Ferazzi ’69 Mary E. Flaherty ’45 Carroll Beegan Follas ’61 Rev. Msgr. Paul V. Garrity, VF T Christine Desmarais Gordon ’86 Vivian D. Greenblatt ’80 Rita Noonan Griffin ’59 Nancy Kern Haley ’71
Marie Driscoll Hanlon ’74 IBM Corporation Jean Jianos Gray ’79 Diane and Albert J. Kaneb Mary Reynolds Kennedy ’58 Mary Ann Cushing Kidder ’61 Beth Healey Kossuth ’66 Ann Harrington Lagasse ’79 T Mary Ellen Lavenberg ’65 Barbara Earley Mason ’48 Eleanor Mullane McAllister ’55 Christina Kennedy McCann ’60 T and James McCann Carole Groncki McCarthy ’65 Leona McCaughey-Oreszak ’65 Joan Hartley Meagher ’52 Glenn Morris T Joyce Sullivan Mucci ’77 Barbara A. Murphy ’68 Margaret Coppinger Murphy ’50 Joan Murray ’61 National Automobile Dealers Elizabeth Nace ’77 and Philip Nace Deirdre C. Neilen ’72 Donna Norris T Mary F. Norton ’53 Jean Volante O’Connor ’57 Carolyn F. O’Connor ’93 and Michael J. Halloran T Mary A. Quigley ’04 Patricia Cauley Ross ’49 Brian G. Rothwell F Anne Downey Saunders ’54 Susan Schumacher Fiaschetti ’81 Miriam Finn Sherman ’98 and Jeffrey Sherman Patricia Limerick Skelly ’56 Nancy F. Smith ’73 F Stacy Stott Memorial Fund Eileen A. Sullivan ’85 Barbara Doran Sullivan ’65 Barbara A. Sullivan ’48 Mildred Burns Sullivan ’45 Anne Downey Tierney ’51 Stephanie Goonan Wall ’59 Watertown Charitable Council, Inc.
President’s Associates Aramark Marjorie Arons-Barron Barbara Lipcan Bagley ’70 Joan Cannon Bagley ’53 D and Thomas Bagley Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund Joanne Bellucci-Harding ’62 Beverly Boorstein T Susan M. Boudrot ’84 Mary Sullivan Brady ’64 Tara M. Brady Anita Brennan Bigles ’77 Anne Marie Tucker Brooks ’68 Joan T. Callahan ’53 Mary Rose Campbell ’56 Joanne Benedict Caulfield ’64 Janice Carragher Charles ’72 Charles Family Charitable Foundation Patricia ’00 and John Ciarleglio Mary Jo Pescatore Cicchetti ’63 Lillian Catignani Cirafice ’48 Alice Scanlon Cogliano ’57
Gift Clubs Regis Circle $25,000+ Gold Circle $10,000–$24,999 Crimson Circle $5,000–$9,999 1927 Society $1,927–$4,999
President’s Associates $1,000–$1,926 Red and Gold Club $500–$999 Tower Club* $100–$499
*Please note that all donors who give at this level are recognized on the alumni website, www.registowertalk.net/towerclub13.
Louise Doyle Collins ’50 Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne, Inc. Cynthia Purpura Conlon ’63 Amy Lind Corbett ’70 David M. Crane Felicienne Murphy Cullen ’63 Mary Daly Curtin ’56 Mary Rowan Curtin ’55 Patricia A. D’Amore ’73 Mary Jane M. Doherty ’67 Maureen Shea Dolan ’64 Ethel M. Donahue ’69 Nancie Turner Donelan ’48 Anne Tenneson Doyle ’64 Dawn-Marie Driscoll ’68 F Mary T. Driscoll ’67 Jo Anne Dufort ’63 Nancy Collins Edwards ’63 Lisbeth McGuire Eltgroth ’62 Clyde Evans T Linda L. Faldetta ’71 Maureen Finn ’86 Ellen Harrison Finn ’78 Elaine O’Connell Fitzpatrick ’58 Margaret Fermoyle Flagg ’64 Nancy Brine Fredrickson ’68 French American Cultural Exchange Paul W. Garber Philip C. Garber Mary A. Giarda Carol Curley Gildea ’86 Anne Daly Graham ’59 Helen and Lawrence M. Green Penelope Glynn Elizabeth Burns Griffin ’66 Carol McDermott Guebert ’55 Jeanne M. Hennebery ’46 Sabina Woods Herlihy ’81 Dorothea Flynn Hurley ’47 Patricia Hurley Keohane ’63 Susan Hennessey Kobayashi ’66 Laurie Kovijanic Anne Donegan Kraemer ’63 Ann Maloney Leahy ’58 Rosalie E. L’Ecuyer ’55 Patricia Wainwright Lewers ’82 Jacqueline Cyr Lewis ’55
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Anonymous Ayco Charitable Foundation Carole Fiorine Barrett ’63 T Diane Walden Brierley ’75 F Hans Christensen T Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Boston Marian Batho ’70, CSJ T Rosemary Brennan ’70, CSJ T Maureen Doherty ’68, CSJ T Mary Anne Doyle ’67, CSJ T Leila A. Hogan ’61, CSJ T Karen Hokanson, SND T Kathleen McCluskey ’71, CSJ T Kathleen Hurley Dermody ’63 Mary Shea Doyle ’59 and Robert Doyle Kathryn Erat Joan Iverson Gallivan ’63 Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Ruth Sanderson Kingsbury ’57 T and Robert Kingsbury Eileen McCormick Langenus ’78 and Peter Langenus T Joananne Argus Marshall ’56 Peter J. Minihane T and Patricia M. Minihane Brenda Coogan Moran ’58 F Ellen M. O’Connor ’67 F Kathleen O’Hare ’69 T Physicians Interactive Schrafft Charitable Trust Jane McCarthy Smith ’66 Jane Cronin Tedder ’66 T and Richard Tedder John Tegan T Donato J. Tramuto F Verizon Foundation
Mary E. Chamberland ’74 Dorothy Hook Connor ’44 Lianne M. Cronin ’61 Jeanne McGovern Curtis ’50 Clare Hailer Dennis ’48 Dow Jones Newspaper Fund, Inc. Mary Dowd Eberle ’63 Mary Jane Regan England ’59 F ExxonMobil Barbara M. Field ’03 Joan P. Goldhammer-O’Neil ’91 Antoinette M. Hays T Kathleen M. Henighan ’65 Kathleen McAdams Hughes ’62 and George M. Hughes Kristyn C. Jamieson ’97 Ellen C. Kearns ’67 T Judith Murphy Lauch ’68 T Doris T. Lynch ’45 Rosemary DePierro Mahoney ’73 Massachusetts Technology Collaborative Dorothy Carr McCarthy ’66 Barbara A. McNamara ’63 Patricia Luben O’Hearn ’64 Richard T. Hall Charitable Remainder Trust Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Joan Shea T Salvatore B. Simeone F Margaret Loughlin Splaine ’42 D Richard J. Sullivan Marie Barbano Tassinari ’51 Jane DeMarco Wittreich ’63 Theresa Audette Wood-Lavine ’53
On joining the
1927 Society Eileen Sullivan ’85 Regis has other gift clubs, but this one high“ lights the College's longstanding history, going back to 1927. It represents the history and the longevity of Regis. For that reason, I increased my donations to achieve this level of giving.”
Shortly after graduating, I made whatever donation I could, regardless of its size. My belief was that a collection of smaller donations from a number of people adds up. Why wait until I was in position to make larger donations? Regis played a major role in who I am today; how could I not support such a place? Fortunately, Regis has the option of giving throughout the year, whether you want to contribute monthly, which is what I chose to do, or in other increments. Think of it as not buying lunch out once or twice a month and instead taking those funds and contributing to Regis. There is always someone who needs to be helped, and it's a matter of finding out what little part you can do that will make a big difference for other people. That’s what the Sisters of Saint Joseph taught me. To read more of the Q&A with Eileen, go to www.registowertalk.net/eileen
Catherine O’Hare Lind ’43 Madeline McCarthy Lynch ’55 Bonnie MacLeod ’69 Kathleen A. Maguire Marie Clogher Malaro ’54 Frances Heron March ’56 Linda A. Martin ’71 Carole Page Martin ’61 Rosie Martone ’98 Massachusetts Hospital Association Barbara Phair McCarthy ’51 Irene Pendolari McCarthy ’45 Janet Hailer McGrath ’41 Janice Gomes McKenna ’74 Lolita DeLeon McKenna ’61 Rita Z. Mehos Catherine Keane Memory ’60 Ann Cormier Mickells ’71 Ann Cowhig Moln ’63 Karen Driscoll Montague ’77 Edward T. Moore Ellen Fitzgerald Morrison ’71 Margaret Harney Morrissey ’59 Eileen Kelly Moynihan ’57 Grace M. Murphy ’74 Marilyn Lombardi Nicholas ’59 Nancy Burke Norbedo ’58 Kathleen A. O’Connor ’98 Annette P. Pendergast ’45
Patricia McCarron Pettersen ’57 PG&E Campaign for Community Thomas G. Pistorino Mary Landers Plunkett ’51 Ann Hughes Restivo ’63 Marcia Charlton Reynolds ’71 Phyllis Brosnahan Richardson ’47 Simone Le Blanc Rogan ’71 Mary Grover Rossetti ’60 Barbara A. Scully ’90 Mary Reid Shields ’64 Marie Fleming Sisk ’52 Shelagh Kiley Smith ’73 Judith Guillette Smith ’61 Ann O’Hare Smith ’48 Southwest Florida Community Foundation St. Catherine of Siena Parish Vincent P. Stanton Mary Beth Stanton-Cotter ’69 Staples Business Advantage Joan Desmond Sullivan ’81 and Gerard P. Sullivan Marcia Gaudet Sullivan ’69 Judith Machaj Susanin ’64 James Sweeney June Randall Thornton ’55 Janet Ostafin Tierney ’65 Anne Smith Tobin ’58
Jean L. Toomey ’55 Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Ann Farrell Wade ’63 Margaret Heron Walsh ’58 Diane M. Welsh ’10 Terry White Mary Ellen Reardon Wissman ’69 Rosanne Belz Withington ’63
Red and Gold Club Susan McDonough Abelleira ’82 American Insurance Administrators, Inc. Jeanne Devereaux Arsenault ’54 Malcolm Asadoorian Kathleen Bailey ’66 Margaret A. Barrett ’86 Ruthann Iovanni Bates ’69 Virginia Mirabile Bates ’63 The Boston Home, Inc. Helen V. Brach Foundation Madelon Zeuli Bures ’63 Mary C. Callahan ’59 Joan Lally Canterbury ’63 Anne Marie Carr-Reardon ’73 Anne-Marie Kerrigan Caruso ’89 Loretta Chabot ’59 Meyer J. Chambers T and Mary E. Chambers Olive Pirani Chupka ’53 Patricia M. Ciarleglio ’00 Carole Vannicola Clark ’58 Ernest J. Collamati Ann Griffin Collins ’63 Committee to Elect Tom Ambrosino Marana and Mark Connaughton Mary C. Connelly ’72 Ann Haggerty Cook ’64 Kathleen Croak Cooper ’71 Elizabeth M. Cullen ’51 Louise Moll Dallas ’49 Gloria Sardo DeBease ’63 Joan C. DesRoches ’51 Elinor Ryan Devlin ’70 Lisa M. Doherty ’83 Carol Conroy Doherty ’55 Brenda Murphy Dugan ’57 Scott Eberhardt Alexandra I. England ’09 Lisa V. Evans ’79 Kristen Keefe Faia ’91 Dorothy Benson Farrell ’93 Sheila Schroeder Feeney ’63 Fidelity Investments Matching Gifts to Education Program Anne Fox Fitzpatrick ’57 Carol Canty Furlong ’64 Jean Harrington Gefteas ’63 General Electric Company Mary Connors Gilroy ’63 Claire Turner Giuranna ’50 Grace Foundation Amy Chin Guen ’50 Clare Dunn Hern ’45 Priscilla L. Hook ’70 Paula Smith Horton ’73 Anne Boyle Hutchins-Tatum ’66 Semima Vaka Karasch ’97 Suzanne Buteau Kelleher ’60 Kelly Carney Kelly ’81 Maryjane Bittman Kenney ’63 Gail M. Kenyon ’81
Elaine Leary Kochis ’69 Stephan J. Kornacki Joan E. Kozon ’63 Judith Eremin Lamp ’73 Christina H. Lawless ’98 Joan Osgood Lawrence ’63 Louise Laughlin Lieb ’69 Rosamond Dunn Lockwood ’76 Marie Devlin Lucking ’68 Patricia Nolan MacNaught ’66 Denyse Dunbar Maddaleni ’55 Sheila Carr Malley ’63 Wiera Malozemoff ’95 Doris Good Marr ’58 Adrienne Dillon Mattaliano ’56 Mary M. McAuliffe ’66 Katherine Moynihan McGovern ’65 Jane K. McGrath ’48 Valerie Brown McGuire ’88 Anne Gruszka McKenzie ’83 Marie Fitzgerald McSweeney ’48 Rita Meany Constance Torrisi Miragliotta ’53 Charlotte Cormier Montillo ’63 Paula Jordan Morgan ’82 Mary Morrissey Sullivan ’69 Karen Lewis Moynihan ’88 Catherine M. Murphy ’62 Carol M. Murphy ’60 Mary Kelly O’Connell ’43 Claire P. O’Connor ’69 Kathleen A. O’Connor ’98 Katharine Johnson O’Hare ’46 Marie T. O’Malley ’80 Ann N. O’Sullivan ’64 Phyllis Kearney O’Toole ’63 PG&E Corporation Shelley Hackett Phipps ’64 Claudia Pouravelis Janice McBride Power ’51 Judith P. Powers ’61 Prudential Insurance Corporation Foundation Mary Lou Rawson ’56 Joanne Richardi ’68 Christine Hackett Roberge ’85 Jane and David Rutana John J. Ryan F Marlena Belviso Santomero ’68 Joseph Shaughnessy Marianne Sanderson Shay ’54 Patricia Shea ’81 Elizabeth Hutchinson Sheehan ’63 Shirley Finn Sheehan ’51 Eleanor T. Sline ’41 Patricia Sullivan Smith ’67 Marie Madden Smith ’49 Janice B. Snook ’60 Patricia McAdams Stagnone ’63 State Street Corporation Anne McIsaac Sullivan ’60 Barbara Cunningham Sullivan ’60 Patricia Burke Tarpey ’58 Paul J. Vaccaro Corinne A. Volpe ’71 Katharine Hourihan Walker ’57 Gail Brosnihan Walsh ’60
Alumni by Graduation Year 1934 Anne McIntyre Carnicelli Ruth Rogers Lally Participation: 100% All Giving: $250
1937 Katherine O’Brien Connolly D Participation: 100% All Giving: $2,000
1938 Mary Murphy Turner Participation: 11.1% All Giving: $75
1940 Mary Kerr Lynch Geraldine Burke Morrill Mary Sampson Schmidt Participation: 27.3% All Giving: $499
1942 Claire Deveney Meehan Mary Lee Mulvey Alice Sullivan Sheehan Margaret Loughlin Splaine D Participation: 17.4% All Giving: $5,115
1943 Mary Kirby Donnelly Helen Rogers Grant Anita Maxwell Kiely Catherine O’Hare Lind Mary Kelly O’Connell Alice Bronzo O’Donoghue Olivia Montenegro Velletri Participation: 21.2% All Giving: $2,640
1944 Therese Foley Christie Frances McInnis Clifford Dorothy Hook Connor Margaret M. Eagar Lily Penez Ethier Sheila McGillicuddy Galligan Alice M. McGillicuddy Lucille E. Merker Gertrude Gorman Ripper Participation: 34.6% All Giving: $5,670
1945 Gilda Sateriale Aufiero Eve Casey Carey Jacqueline Penez Criscenti Mary Foley Dowd Elizabeth McNally Finigan
F Former Trustee
1946 Dorothy Gaquin Borkowski Barbara Deveney Marion J. Fahey Muriel Choquette Hazebrouck Jeanne M. Hennebery June Foley Igo Katharine Johnson O’Hare Ruth Launie Stevens D Participation: 22.9% All Giving: $78,175.16
1947 Gertrude Breen Alfredson Phyllis Gallinelli Campbell Alice Noonan Cote Rita Rizzo Covelle Jeanne MacDonough Cronin Marguerite A. Donovan Rita Dailey Fahey Eleanor Consentino Feuer Evelyn Holowenko Gray Joan Gunning Hansen Dorothea Flynn Hurley Patricia Curtin Mahoney Gloria K. Mawhinney Catherine Gately McGunigle Dorothy Mahoney McKenna Patricia Donovan Morton Alice Dunbar O’Halloran Catherine G. Pattavina Frances Signorelli Peeler Phyllis Brosnahan Richardson Participation: 42.6% All Giving: $8,299
1948 Jeanne M. Brenner M. Clare Glennon Brown Mary Harrington Cain Lillian Catignani Cirafice Louise Sullivan Corcoran Elizabeth O’Rourke Craggy Marie Kelly Creedon Josephine DiMauro Demers Clare Hailer Dennis Nancie Turner Donelan Nancy Larrabee Endicott Gloria Faretra Alice Ryan Gallagher Janet Megan Greehan Theresa Shields Hagerty Regina C. Harrington Marie Fisher Lee Frances D. Madigan Joan Doherty Mahoney Mary McGoldrick Malloy
Mary Louise Cooney Manning Barbara Earley Mason Jane K. McGrath Marie Fitzgerald McSweeney Mary Geary Mullen Marilyn Santacroce Murray Mary Jane Crowley Murray Mary-Jane Donovan Power Ann O’Hare Smith Jean McDonald Snyder Barbara A. Sullivan Marie Kane Vachon Mary Casey Walter Participation: 48.5% All Giving: $23,545
1949 Elizabeth McGrath Bowler Claire Horan Brady Mary T. Breslin Jean M. Collins Louise Kelley Collins Marion Comerford Cowie Katherine Barron Cox Louise Moll Dallas Betty Ann Hynes Elliott Nancy Natoli Fay Dorothy Waldron Fitzgerald Marie Monafo Forcucci Arline Rainey Hamel Shirley Hession Hendrickson Catherine Foley Hines Mary Hines Hodgdon Elizabeth Perrault Joyce Maryann Boyce Kilcoyne Eileen Dewire Locke Rosemary M. McAuliffe Marguerite O’Hare McCarthy Sara Ann McElroy Meany Lois McWeeney Moulton Margaret M. Murphy D Marjorie M. O’Brien Mary O’Neill O’Sullivan Paula Power Rogerson Dorothy Lewis Rose Elizabeth Stone Ross Patricia Cauley Ross Claire Eremian Scully Barbara Masterson Smith Marie Madden Smith Lois Morrison Steffensen Elizabeth Shatos Thompson Participation: 46% All Giving: $66,851
1950 Alice Boyce LaPoint Smith Mary Casey Acton Mary Towne Baggett Phyllis McKeever Bouchard Phyllis Moran Burke Marie Dillon Canane Cecilia McCarthy Cleary Dorothy Higgins Conroy Mary Louise Mullin Cornes Jeanne McGovern Curtis Mary Mathers Daigle Eileen Delaney Debany Virginia Donahue Foley Rosalie E. Gardner Etheldreda Kallaher George Claire Turner Giuranna Mary Buckley Glennon Theresa LeBlanc Gray
Amy Chin Guen Ann Terrio Johnson Helen Harty Keough Helen Doyle MacKinnon Doris Toohey McCue Margaret Coppinger Murphy Mary Daily Neylon Rosemary Drohan Nolan Anne Swiston O’Hara Jacqueline Choquette Picard Marilyn Luke Poppe Pauline Doyle Powell Theresa Hegarty Quinn Catherine Nolan Sokol Virginia Looney Weamer Participation: 40% All Giving: $11,320
1951 Patricia McAndrew Brainin Jeanne Bourneuf Burke Pearl Lavallee Caouette Margaret Linney Carroll Ceslaus King Carvalho Anne-Marie Cahill Casey D Patricia E. Chisholm Barbara Coolen Corrado Elizabeth M. Cullen Joan C. DesRoches Mary McLaughlin Girouard Barbara Watson Halpin Ruth Durnan Johnson Ann Comerford Kelly Eileen Dunleavy Knott Barbara M. Lee Gertrude Galvin Madrulli Barbara McCarthy Mansfield Barbara Phair McCarthy Maureen Walsh McEvoy Florence Kelly McKenna Claire Marie Ryan Nead Margaret C. O’Brien Anna Moran Phalon Mary Landers Plunkett Janice McBride Power Mary Mecagni Quinton Regina Ford Ryan Barbara Palmer Schlichte Shirley Finn Sheehan Nancy Orth Smith Marie Barbano Tassinari Anne Downey Tierney Joan Wall Williamson Participation: 51.5% All Giving: $17,638.51
1952 Marie Brophy Allard Dorothy Barrett Bemis Jane Phillips Carbonneau Patricia Wentworth Delorey Jeanne Bowen Delory Loretta Ford Goldrick Patricia Hogan Hogan Nancy Boland Johnson Catherine Deveney Kaladin Ann Purcell MacDonald M. Patricia Costello Malone Marie McHugh Marino Joan Hartley Meagher Louise Daly Niedzielski Mary Foley Noon Carlotta Krauth O’Brien Marilyn Burke O’Rourke
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Mary Joyce Donahue Mary O’Sullivan Finucane Mildred M. Hehir Janet Hailer McGrath Eleanor T. Sline Irene Thomas du Breuil D Participation: 40% All Giving: $106,800
Mary E. Flaherty Anne Reynolds Galligan Clare Dunn Hern Bernadette Early Hickey Rita Manion Ludlum Doris T. Lynch Anna C. McAuley Irene Pendolari McCarthy Mary Daly McKeon Kathleen O’Connell Miett Philomene Winchester Murphy Mary Sullivan O’Brien Annette P. Pendergast Mildred Burns Sullivan Participation: 48.7% All Giving: $14,885.75
Marie T. Rizzo Marie Fleming Sisk Participation: 26.8% All Giving: $4,742.90
1953 Mary Lou L. Ahearn Joan Cannon Bagley D Kate J. Barker Vera Sullivan Beaumont Helen Valle Binell D Jeane Ann O’Neil Bowers Mary Cahill Byrne Joan T. Callahan Rita Chamberland Carlos Ann Walker Childs Olive Pirani Chupka Felice Spugnardo Coffey Maureen E. Cremen Vilma Padovano Culnane Elaine Guinee Denning Margaret A. Donnelly
Participation Rate Class of
100% Class of
100% Class of
Dollars Raised Class of
$177,222 Class of
$106,800 Class of
Kathryn Cauley Driscoll Jean Meegan Finfrock Geraldine Finn Frances B. Florencourt Mary Doherty Gardella Barbara Dunbury Gillespie Janet Connolly Guinee Mary Driscoll Hermann Geraldine Martin Kennedy Corinne Mollomo LaRoche Catherine Powers Leddy Mary Jane O’Connor Lee Claire O’Connell McAuliffe Joan Carroll McAuliffe Lenore Walton McCormack Barbara Keenan McLarney Marcelline Cassen McManus Claire Russell Megan Constance Torrisi Miragliotta Georgette Trudelle Mogilnicki Virginia Clifford Mohr Eleanor Hughes Nawn Mary F. Norton Fleurette Arpin O’Toole Mary Malone Pannell Kathryn N. Pfau Mary-Louise Kenney Roland Ann Campbell Rouleau Elizabeth Knowlton Rourke M. Shirley Connors Sardella Denise St. Germain Scali Barbara Galpin Wade Theresa Audette Wood-Lavine Participation: 50% All Giving: $19,898.84
1954 Jeanne Devereaux Arsenault Mary Alvord Biette Marie Albiani Buckley Regina Seales Caines Regina Mitchell Cantella Maureen Sullivan Carey Margaret Begley Cawley Priscilla Bradford Cronin Patricia Bellini Cruise Mary Leary Cullen Cornelia Murphy Davidson Vivian Lamoureux Duval Joan Turner Flannery Constance Coughlan Ganem Mary Driscoll Gardetto Virginia C. Hannigan Alice O’Donoghue Harrington Margaret Hassan Patricia Cronin Huie Mary Jane Kinne Jacqueline Guerard Lacoste Patricia Courtney Lyons Louise F. Macchia Marcia Gaughan Mahoney Marie Clogher Malaro Juliette Brassard Marcoux Jeanne Connelly McClellan Marjorie A. McIntyre Anne Bulman McSweeney Lillian Dyer Murray Margery Roche O’Keefe Consuelo Morgan Quinn Angela G. Ricker Adele Dengeleski Rufo Carol Faber Ryan Anne Downey Saunders Grace Golden Shaw
Marianne Sanderson Shay Mary Roche Sullivan Catherine D. Tobin Ann Porter Touhey Mary McGowan Walsh Patricia Hickey Wengert Mary Houston White Constance Lucchini Wilkinson Mary McCarthy Willis Participation: 43.4% All Giving: $10,769.54
1955 Patricia Hennessey Berlo Marie A. Bertrand Patricia O’Donnell Brady Elizabeth Fahey Cahill Marjorie Leary Canniff Maureen Donnelly Carlson Joan Casey Courtemanche Mary Rowan Curtin A. Claire Houle Davis Ann Gallagher Deignan Carol Conroy Doherty M. Evelyn DesRoches Doherty Nancy Sullivan Durkin M. Patricia Fallon Marguerite T. Flavin Grace Cronin Godefroy Mary Kay Moynihan Golob Jacqueline McLaughlin Gouse Priscilla Mahoney Granfield Carol McDermott Guebert Mary McCarthy Hayes Barbara Kelley Kelley Patricia Thalheimer King Rosalie E. L’Ecuyer Jacqueline Cyr Lewis Madeline McCarthy Lynch Denyse Dunbar Maddaleni Agnes Badrena Malaret Marie T. Martin Eleanor Mullane McAllister Elizabeth Doyle McGough Eileen Cunningham McLaughlin Estelle Ferraro Misto Phyllis Budrick Murphy Dorothea Moran Reid Elizabeth Gilmore Shanahan Barbara Gilmore Stitts Patricia Hogan Sullivan Anne O’Brien Temple June Randall Thornton Jean L. Toomey Patricia Fay Wilson Participation: 48.3% All Giving: $30,037.50
1956 Patricia Sullivan Brown Jane Murphy Burger Mary Rose Campbell F Lorraine Talamona Celi Patricia Wittick Coburn Carol Bonner Connell Carol Daly Craig Mary Daly Curtin Marilyn Curley Daley Angela Ryan Donovan Carolyn Ambrose Donovan Geraldine Dowd Driscoll Jane Gallogly Dunn Mary McDonald Eagleson Margaret Austin Faneuf
Marjorie O’Neill Ferren Joanne Moloney Fiske Maryann Welch Hawkins Elizabeth Keane Hayes Mary Keelan Hubbard Mary T. Keenan Patricia Turner Kelley Jane Nyhan Kelly Mary Anne Kent Virginia Clark Kristo Grace Foley LaDue Rosemary Porter Lucas Frances Heron March Joananne Argus Marshall Adrienne Dillon Mattaliano Ann Tracy McCarthy Margaret Casey Mulcahy Mary Lou Rawson Carole Settana Scollins Mary Queeney Shinney Patricia Limerick Skelly Beatrice Pattavina Sloan Anne Greaney Susina Joanne Hines Talbot Anne Henry Thompson Elizabeth Shelbourne Titterton Elizabeth Furze Trask Kathleen O’Rourke Valente Ann Flaherty Walsh Marie Vasaturo White Dolores Gargaro Wilson Dorothy Harrington Winrow Participation: 57.3% All Giving: $22,875.89
1957 Anne O’Brien Ahern Geraldine McCarty Ballotti Barbara Goodhue Beecy Catherine Stanley Buehner Ellen M. Burke Sheila Cruchley Campbell Isabel Long Chesak Alice Scanlon Cogliano Martha Ford Collier Nancy Cummings Collins Mildred Iantosca Costa Mary Donnelly Crowley Margaret Griffin Dion Gloria Mucera Doughty Gabriella Zarotschenzeff Doyle Carol Noonan Driscoll Brenda Murphy Dugan Marion E. Feeney Anne Fox Fitzpatrick Carol A. Fitzsimmons Gloria Ricker Gramaglia Charlotte Maney Higgins Carol Hurd Green Elizabeth Delay Jensen Virginia Pyne Kaneb F Ruth Sanderson Kingsbury T Barbara Gorham Lenox Nancy Swendeman Loud Virginia M. McGagh Elaine Govoni McLaughlin Eileen Kelly Moynihan Beverly Ambrose Murphy Claire Russell Murphy Margaret Matthews Murphy Mary McFarlin Murray Cynthia Souza Nakane Mary Hughes Noonan Jean Volante O’Connor
Elizabeth McCarthy O’Conor Catherine Alemi Palmerino Constance Fontaine Perron Patricia McCarron Pettersen Janet Petty Margaret Larner Rago Judith Lawson Selsor Mary Silvia Smith Judy A. Sughrue Katharine Hourihan Walker Mary Eagan Whittaker Elizabeth J. Wilbur Miriam Carroll Woods Participation: 48.1% All Giving: $177,222
F Former Trustee
Katherine Finnegan Barrett Elizabeth Russell Bilafer Sherry Furlott Blanchard Yvette LeBlanc Boyle Mary C. Callahan Suzanne Beaudet Campbell Loretta Chabot Geraldine Chase Doreen O’Leary Christopher Dorothy Kiley Coffey Jean Forgit Cooper Christine Tracy Coppola Mary E. Courtney Audrey Bowen Criado Marie F. Cronin Brenda Meade Doherty Carol A. Donovan Mary Shea Doyle Mary Jane Regan England F Edna Soraghan English Ann Lafay Flamand Mary Philbin Gorman Mary Jane Newton Goudreau Anne Daly Graham Rita Noonan Griffin Jean Letourneau Hampsey M. Patricia O’Hearn Hilsinger Catherine O’Connor Johnson Joan Spinelli Keefe Dorothy Kelley Kelly Yen-Chi Nguyen Le Joan Connell MacLeod Patricia V. Maguire Judith Bresnahan Mawn Mary Ann Tompkins McGinn Patricia Polastri McPhie Janice Canniff Monteith Margaret Finn Morich Margaret Harney Morrissey Marilyn Lombardi Nicholas Margaret M. O’Connell Ellen Lawlor O’Connor Maureen O’Connell Palmer Frances Kopka Parsons Barbara Meyer Pierce Patricia O’Connor Reynolds Ellen McSwiney Shea Mary Kennedy Smith Patricia Collins Smith Roberta Smith Sullivan Mary Walsh Travers Susan Wells Tripodi Barbara Schmidle Voight Stephanie Goonan Wall Joan Cahill Young Participation: 51.4% All Giving: $31,540
1960 Claire Archambault Joyce Kennerly Bohan Margaret Carroll Bowles Alice Wienand Boyle Ann M. Cahill Marcelle Lamoureux Connare Adeline Nardone Crovo Anne Cavanaugh Curran Mary Jane Doherty Curran Sherill Geary Duggan Kathleen Doyle Edmonds Mary Early Gallagher Anna Marie Minelli Gavriloaia Mary S. Gustina
Kathleen Brennan Keane Suzanne Buteau Kelleher Angela Regis Kravchuk Barbara Cassidy Lamoureux Jo Ann Ferrino Levaggi Mary McRell Macedo Kathleen O’Brien Mazzotta Christina Kennedy McCann T Brenda J. McCrann Carol Dubis McDonough Mary Heron McLaughlin Mary Eileen Hurley Mealey Lucille Bruno Melchionda Catherine Keane Memory Catherine M. Moran Clare Mullahy Mungovan Carol M. Murphy Winifred M. Murphy Caroline Murphy Heffernan Patricia Kiley Murray Sheila Mahoney Mutrie Phyllis Reddy Noonan Barbara Ponte Norton Joan Shaugnessy Peet Mary Hoppe Posanka Carol Govoni Profio Mary Grover Rossetti Mary Lou DeMaria Schwinn Lucy Ricker Sheehan Janice B. Snook Anne McIsaac Sullivan Barbara Cunningham Sullivan Elaine McNulty Sullivan Margaret Burke Sullivan Patricia Clark Sullivan Margaret Moriarty Swider Gail Brosnihan Walsh Participation: 40.2% All Giving: $12,220.98
1961 Diane Doherty Anastasia Agnes O’Hara Barrett Jacqueline Joseph Beers Patricia M. Bench Ann Marie Benson Catherine Ross Bettencourt Virginia Bishop Carroll Barbara Coghlan Mary Ann Gebelein Cook Lianne M. Cronin Maureen Bosteel Fleming Ellen Donahue Foley Carroll Beegan Follas Ellen Lamplough Gillis Janet M. Goldrick Ellen Kelleher Guillette Barbara Hoyle Healy Leila A. Hogan Joan Hunnefeld Kaiser Mary Ann Gore Kelley Mary Ann Cushing Kidder Colleen Flanagan Love Carole Page Martin Lolita DeLeon McKenna Mary Ann Loud Meehan Joan Murray Kathleen Minihan Nauss Joan Haney Noonan Alice Fleming O’Brien Lillian Leverone Peracchia Judith P. Powers Patricia O’Connor Prindle Nicole Baril Sica
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Constance O’Brien Skahan Judith Guillette Smith Agnes Reardon Sughrue Ruth Stahler Tompkins Carol A. Young Participation: 30% All Giving: $25,259.59
1962 Bernice Donahue Antonucci Louise Luebbers Bain Joanne Bellucci-Harding Ann Kimpton Bertone Kathleen Meelia Borgal Lucille Manoli Bourque Jane Corliss Buckley Margaret Leahy Cademartori Jean Devincent Connelly Patricia Re Damian Lisbeth McGuire Eltgroth Eleanor Forrest Fisher Marie Mannella Flynn Jane Guerke Gallagher Mary McCauley Higgins Mary Alice Bernet Houghton Kathleen McAdams Hughes Ann McManus Joyce Elizabeth Comeau Kadehjian Clare Byrne Kelleher Donna Gilooly Leahey Barbara Loud Mary Lord Mahoney Patricia Cusack Morrison Julia Fitzgerald Mulkerin d Catherine M. Murphy Carole Kennedy Nassab Catherine Norris Norton Maureen Mulcahy O’Meara Domenica Fiumara Pedulla Ann Mahoney Pooch Una Foley Redgate Ann Bailey Reilly Susan Donnelly Riley Dorothy DeNave Rossi Helene Swiatek Savicki Diane Lear Simpson Participation: 29.5% All Giving: $12,685
1963 Barbara Groncki Audino Carole Fiorine Barrett
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Maxine Gauthier Barry Nancy Rodhouse Bossidy Madeleine Crepeau Bradstreet Elizabeth Jarmulowicz Britt Paula Buckley Buckley Doris Labbe Byrnes Dorothy Madden Cannon Laetitia Albiani Carney Lee Bengert Cassidy Carole Vannicola Clark Gail Oliver Corrigan Catherine Rosicky Devlin Lea Toto Dmytryck Janet Lynch Dougherty Elaine O’Connell Fitzpatrick Claire Sirois Foley Maura McCarthy Grace Nancy King Hall Dorothy Hogan Hennessy Patricia Salmon Hillmer Carol M. Howard Mary O’Sullivan Hynes Marie Hutchinson Jefferson Mary Reynolds Kennedy Joan Meleski Kenney Mary Jo Kilmain Ann Maloney Leahy Paula Kirby Macione H. Janice H. Mailloux Doris Good Marr M. Patricia Kelly McNulty Margaret Mosher Melanson Brenda Coogan Moran Alice L. Murray D Nancy Burke Norbedo Frances Boyle Nugent Jane Leahy O’Brien Janet Scully O’Shea Patricia McMenimen Pietropaolo Barbara A. Prackneck Lorraine Walsh Reid Mary Donovan Ruth Margaret Cahill Scanlon Lora LoConte Stosez Marie Kelley Sweeney Patricia Burke Tarpey Catherine Crosby Thompson Anne Smith Tobin Margaret Heron Walsh Sandra Mcintosh Weathers Lucille Berube Williams Donna Coffey Young Participation: 51.5% All Giving: $32,487.46
Sarah T. Barrett Judith Brown Barry Mary C. Barry Doris McKeon Basel Franz Virginia Mirabile Bates Sheila Harney Bonacci Virginia Kehoe Brogna Anne Billingham Brophy Madelon Zeuli Bures Anne Hickey Burns Joan Lally Canterbury Constance Crean Carven Elizabeth Cawley Mary Jo Pescatore Cicchetti Ann Griffin Collins Cynthia Purpura Conlon Felicienne Murphy Cullen Gloria Sardo DeBease Kathleen Hurley Dermody Elaine A. DiCicco Barbara Komanetsky Dinoia Jo Anne Dufort
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Participation Rate Class of
61.7% Class of
51.5% Class of
Dollars Raised Class of
$153,271.60 Class of
$40,515 Class of
Mary Dowd Eberle Nancy Collins Edwards Mary Folan Farry Sheila Schroeder Feeney Patricia O’Leary Fitzgerald Claire Boivin Flynn William J. Firla (in memory of Jane Buckley Firla) Ellen Walters Gallahue Joan Iverson Gallivan Jean Harrington Gefteas Mary Arnold Geroch Susanne Albanys Giarraputo Mary Connors Gilroy Karolyn Burke Hagearty Faith Steverman Hawes Margaret C. Holdsworth Regina Moran Holland Kathleen Driscoll Holmes Maryjane Bittman Kenney Patricia Hurley Keohane Margaret Supple Kirby Joan E. Kozon Anne Donegan Kraemer Joan Osgood Lawrence Valerie O’Hearne Leger Kathleen Hickey Lennon Geraldine Donoghue Logan Maryellen Lyons Sheila Carr Malley Rosalie Digiovanna Mangels Beverly Falcione Marano Juliana Peterson McGovern Barbara A. McNamara Maureen Linehan McNulty Ann Cowhig Moln Charlotte Cormier Montillo Barbara J. Niedz Brenda Blazonis O’Brien Constance Barton O’Brien Janet Lydon O’Sullivan Phyllis Kearney O’Toole Ellen Powers Ann Hughes Restivo Mary E. Rowe Antoinette Schwartz Rule Kathleen Coyle Ryan Lynn Barry Scheff Elizabeth Hutchinson Sheehan Patricia McAdams Stagnone Elizabeth Tosi Sullivan Eleanor Keilty Svab John Tegan (in memory of Lorraine DeStefano Tegan) Carol Rush Vento Mary Conway Vondrak Ann Farrell Wade Jane Camp Waligora Maryanne Kenan Weston Mary M. White Rosanne Belz Withington Jane DeMarco Wittreich Participation: 61.7% All Giving: $153,271.60
Nancy Broderick Berquist Mary Sullivan Brady Joan Fricker Burritt Joanne Benedict Caulfield Ann Casey Collins Barbara Glacken Compton Ann Haggerty Cook Maureen Shea Dolan
Judith Higgins Donohue Michaelina Lentino Downey Anne Tenneson Doyle Kathleen Minihane Eagan Mary Carroll Epperlein Mary Crane Fahey Joline Laflamme Fitzgerald Ann Batterbury Fitzpatrick Margaret Fermoyle Flagg Mary Kennes Ford Carol Canty Furlong Ellen M. Gillespie Mary Rita Grady Maureen Burns Gropman Jean E. Heron Julie Marchesseault Holzer Mary Lou Kelleher Homan Maureen Hurley Barbara Sloan Jenkins Barbara A. Kelly Anne Richer Kirkpatrick Susan Short Krastin Joan Pietropaolo Labrosse Mary O’Beirne McCormack Patricia McDonough Kathleen M. McKenna Louise Melanson Barbara Bye Murdock Louise Brennan Murray Eileen Toomasian Nichols Barbara Murphy Noyes Patricia Luben O’Hearn Jennifer O’Keefe Judith Murphy O’Malley Ann N. O’Sullivan Susan Baker Olson Elizabeth Carr Parks Marcia Karbowniczak Petrillo Shelley Hackett Phipps Patricia Powers Sheila Dineen Queenan Anne O’Rourke Ratkus Lucille Demers Reilly Elizabeth Cuff Roberts Mary Ann Cashen Ruma Carolyn Vernaglia Rupolo Sharon Callnan Rush Mary Ann Serra Mary Reid Shields Virginia McNeil Slep Judith Machaj Susanin Patricia Swedas Sziklai Mary Ellen Lombardi Toscano Judith Blanchard Trudell Kathleen Haney Walsh Janice Foss Watts Marjorie MacLelland Wylde Participation: 48.1% All Giving: $20,813
1965 Judith Anderson Anne Bartley Pamela Dubzinski Bent Sally Daily Buckler Gail Hoffman Burke Deirdre A. Casey Melanie Varol Cashio Margaret M. Cassidy Judith A. Cusick Maura Turco Dwyer Kathleen McCaffrey Ford Maureen McGlynn Franz Pamela Agrillo Giunta
Mary Louise Howe Gleason Andrea DeSimone Hallion Anne Marie Fontaine Healey Anne Herron Healy Kathleen M. Henighan Carol Jewell Hunt Frances Camarano Johns Patricia Gaumond Kasierski Mary Ellen Lavenberg Patricia Minichino Licklider Maureen Connolly Lovell Catherine Mahady Jean Audisio Mantzaris Carole Groncki McCarthy Leona McCaughey-Oreszak Katherine Moynihan McGovern Louise Mackie McGrath Marie Van Buren Mee Janet Comeau Moriarty Mary Ann Sammartino Nagle Dorothy Tibbetts Natola Mary Sheehan Nowak Margaret O’Sullivan O’Brien Carol Wollaston Peecha Anne Clarke Peterson JoAnne Ansaldi Pyne Sharon Gibbons Reardon Maryal Curtin Redmond Mary Tropeano Rosato Barbara Long Smith Barbara Doran Sullivan Janet Ostafin Tierney Virginia Flynn Wright Participation: 32.9% All Giving: $19,636.43
1966 Mary B. Adams Eleanor Finnegan Aufman Kathleen Bailey Anne Ross Baxter Marie-Louise Bishop Mary Pegnam Blanchard Elizabeth Bostrom Susan Smith Bowab Elizabeth Lewis Bowen Mary E. Brennan Patricia Boyle Buckley Susan Doyle Callahan Joanna Cahill Carr Nancy Johnson Carroll Kathleen Lynch Caruso Mary Louise Collins Nancy H. Corcoran Judith A. Costello Susan Clark Cronin Eileen M. Dooley Mary Ann Audisio Farrell M. Ann C. Flaherty Joan O’Leary Foley Linda Collins Furbush Constance Alexander Giorgio Elizabeth Burns Griffin Ann Tracy Guerriero Jane McCone Guthrie Rosemary Eagan Heffernan Kathleen Cass Herman Elizabeth K. Holland Anne Boyle Hutchins-Tatum Joan Dorgan Jordan Susan Airoldi Kalloch Eileen Gaquin Kelley Mary Ann Manning Kennedy Mary Ann Scannell Kenny
1967 Anonymous Susan Lang Abbott Sheila O’Brien Arpe Ann LaBrecque Baird Paula Dempsey Beauregard Cheryl Adkins Boss Barbara Bowen Cronin Janet Williams Cross Patricia Connearney Deveaux Mary T. Driscoll Ellen Farrell Miriam Riley Flecca Julia Shen Fung Margaret A. Geddes Marguerite Jones Gigante Maureen LaFountain Hart Gail McKinnon Heinz Ellen White Hill Frances X. Hogan Ellen C. Kearns Lorette Archie Kelley Ellen Roche Kurcis Susan Gregory Leonard Anne Hosinski Madden Barbara Hunt Madden Mary Barnett Messerschmidt Carolyn Sammartino Moran Anna Cavanaugh Newbould Charlene Demayo Niles Anne-Louise Gibbons O’Brien Ellen M. O’Connor F Ellen Mara Smith
F Former Trustee
Patricia Sullivan Smith Carolyn Conway Stack Ellen Collier Szecsy Jane Ryan Wessen Participation: 25.7% All Giving: $52,645.45
1968 Ellen Grimes Aamodt Louise Connell Balboni Anne Marie Tucker Brooks Janice Dejesus Brosius Maryanne Skeiber Burtman Adrienne Buuck Butler Patricia Coughlin Celona Joanne Zandi Clifford Mary Beth Govoni Cormier Patricia Nelson Cross Virginia Giuliani Davis Linda Gaioni Dranchak Dawn-Marie Driscoll Midge Sullivan Durgin Joanne McKeough Eldred Katharine Lilly Engel Alice Murray Fay Carol Hogan Ford Nancy Brine Fredrickson Barbara Bouchard Haggerty Claire Dibbern Hallisey Clare Doyle Hayes Sheila Brown Healy Nancy Wilson Irwin Jeanne Gianturco Jaroszewski Kathleen McFarland Kelly Rita Famiglietti Lash Judith Murphy Lauch T Marie Devlin Lucking Katherine Finucane May Sharyn Murphy McGann Barbara A. Murphy Anne Basler Neville Elizabeth Brush Petzke Jane Pirro Porter Mary Reilly Potter Lucy Doyle Previte Kathleen Maltas Read Joanne Richardi Kathleen McTernan Rienzi MaryEllen York Rogers Marlena Belviso Santomero Susanne I. Shaw Jo M. Sullivan Marcia Carey Walsh Patricia White Dogan Nancy A. Zamierowski Participation: 27.8% All Giving: $17,963.76
1969 Nancy Mozzicato Allison Patricia A. Bannerman Ruthann Iovanni Bates Denise Sullivan Benson Gail Ryan Benson Ruth Nolan Bing Christine Curran Brandt Kathryn J. Brown Maura Murphy Burke Eliz Cacciatore Kathleen Connolly Owen Jane F. Connor Linda Garstka Daigneault Ethel M. Donahue Nancy Wilcox Dowling
Leigh Alogna Duff Joan Wolohan Earls Dorothy Murphy Egan Kathleen Main Egan Camille Gattineri Ferazzi Mary Vodoklys Finn Helen Callahan Ford Claire Hartwig Gradone Peg Connaughton Grange Cheryl Martello Hall Marjorie Foley Hanson Virginia Dolan Harris Eileen O’Leary Hathaway Krell Kathleen Scanlon Henningson Carol Murphy Hicks Elaine Cawley Hill Gail McCoy Holloway Mary Ann Joyce Elaine Leary Kochis Carol Mercer Lahan Louise Laughlin Lieb Patricia A. Lovell Bonnie MacLeod Carol McAuliffe Madden Patricia Whelan Mahoney Mary Morrissey Sullivan Constance Dever Motz Catherine D’Arcy Murphy Kathleen Mahoney Norstein Lynn Buchmiller Novicki Claire P. O’Connor Kathleen O’Hare Audrey Arnieri Pearlin Katherine Riley Reynolds Judith Griffin Rowell Margaret Lynch Scafati Rosemary Sheehan Snowling Mary Beth Stanton-Cotter Susan Dowling Stewart Marcia Gaudet Sullivan Lorraine Untz Tower Maureen Scott Trombly Nancy Gregory Troy Joyce Wrzesien Turrell Margaret Corr Veneziano Pamela Maddalena Weismann Mary Ellen Reardon Wissman Participation: 28.05% All Giving: $26,990.69
1970 Susan Dowd Adams Eileen H. Backus Barbara Lipcan Bagley Patricia Riley Barry Marian Batho Joanne Mazzarelli Berry Kathleen Dobbyn Bouchard Nancy McCallum Brenerman Judith M. Brennan Martha A. Brine Susan H. Brosnan Frances M. Burns Margot P. Cleary Nancy MacKenzie Connelly Amy Lind Corbett Denise Dalton-Martell Carol Fulton Danberg Ruth E. Delaney Barbara Carley Deutmeyer Elinor Ryan Devlin Eileen M. Dineen Judith A. Doherty Theresa E. Dolan
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Reacquired donors Those who gave to Regis and hadn't given in five years. Welcome back; we missed you!
Sara Donahue Donahue Olivia A. Ferrante Carol A. Giacomo Elizabeth M. Golden Elizabeth Carr Hamlin Elizabeth Wright Herring Priscilla L. Hook Ouida Williams Johnson Jean Curley Joseph Barbara Rancourt Kane Constance Rousseau Lambert Mary Dailey Lempart Kathleen Murphy Lockwood Mary F. Lombard Rita Keavy Lynch Carole Mathieson Louise Fournier Milasauskis Margaret Burns Morrison Anne B. Nigro Margaret C. O’Brien Marilyn Toomey Penta Anne-Marie Hurley Sullivan Kathleen Giardi Swanson Catherine Hackett Whitaker Participation: 32.6% All Giving: $11,851.90
1971 Christine Fregosi Beagan Sandra Moore Bohn Rose Marie Collins Boniface Martha Collins Bourassa Christine McCarter Burbank Marilyn C. Carey Donna E. Christian Cynthia Durol Civitello Maryruth Coleman Rosemary Cullinane Coleman Nancy Cullotta Collins Margaret Rearick Conboy Ellen O’Halloran Conway Kathleen Croak Cooper Ellen Byrne Corcoran Mary Lewis D’Arcangelo Susan Gray Davis Patricia Donahue-McElhiney Kathleen Moore Donohue Linda L. Faldetta Susan Effgen Gately Nancy Kern Haley Catina Hayden Barbieri Kathleen A. Huddy
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Megan Kirby Donna Murphy Klei Susan Hennessey Kobayashi Beth Healey Kossuth Maureen Lesiak LaFlamme M. Sherrin O’Brien Langeler Mary Jo Spinelli Lefcourt Diane Valenti Liebmann Patricia Nolan MacNaught M. Noreen Petros Masterson Mary M. McAuliffe Dorothy Carr McCarthy Patricia Carney McCarthy Joan M. McNamara Maureen Farrell Moran Paula Murphy Monica Phillips Nix Susan Carter O’Brien Gale Pandiani O’Toole Francine Bailey Osenton Susan M. Park Jane Peterson Piecewicz Ruthann Ryan Prifty Jo-Anna Rapp-Holden Priscilla Re Mary Scanlon Jane McCarthy Smith Nancy Mytkowicz Sullivan Donna Page Sytek Maureen Cassinari Szutarski Jane Cronin Tedder T Marcia Mawhinney Timilty Rosemarie Sacco Verderico Mary Lou Callahan Von Euw Elaine Falcione Wallace Eileen McCann Wickham Carol Cardillo Young Sheila Gately Zappala Participation: 50% All Giving: $41,166
Mary Druken Hulette Brenda Beasley Kepley Ann Caputo Kirby Ann Fitzpatrick Larney Janet Baran Levesque Linda A. Martin Linda Richards Martin Mary Jane Curtin May Kathleen McCluskey Deborah V. Medeiros-Stroscio Ann Cormier Mickells Susan McMonagle Moloney Mary Ellen Moran-Siudut Ellen Fitzgerald Morrison Sheila J. Murphy Mary K. Myers Anne Canesi Neviackas Margaret James Noble Eileen F. O’Brien Susan I. Pederzoli Bernice Leonard Renninger Marcia Charlton Reynolds Elizabeth Coan Rezende Carmen Curran Rioux Simone Le Blanc Rogan Catherine Healey Sheehan Jo Ann Papagno Sparks Sara M. Steets Jane F. Sullivan M. Patricia Welch Sullivan Judy Tetreault-Murphy Judith Ventres Thompson Lynn Brusie Tinger Louise Lefebvre Vince Corinne A. Volpe Maura O’Neill Walsh Participation: 30.6% All Giving: $23,968.43
1972 Elaine Waglarz Allessio Rita Kennedy Burke Mary Schortman Cannon Catherine Rearick Carrella Maria Thibeault Chaput Janice Carragher Charles Mary C. Connelly Lynne Crisman Fairlie A. Dalton Kathleen Edwards Susan Schissel Fogerty Susan McNamee Greeley Jane Keane Hodgman Regina M. Kelleher Maureen O’Malley Kelly Cathleen I. Kowalski Joan Bracken Lanagan Sylvia E. Lenti Jane Howe McGilvery Sandra Linehan McGrail Ann B. McGrath Mary Murphy Murphy Deirdre C. Neilen Ann Hafey O’Neil Marie Vanderhaegen Pierce Elizabeth A. Quinn Gail Ahlquist Rajala Mary Lou Randall Kristin Jones Rulison Julie Carbeau Sacchetti Janice Szczawinski Sacharczyk Susan M. Saunders Margaret M. Scheideler Anne Marie Shimkus
Linda Callaghan Stephenson Marie E. Sullivan Carolyn S. Tracy Paula Downes Vogel M. Virginia Walsh Maria L. Zodda Participation: 21.3% All Giving: $8,839.72
1973 Rita Seelig Ayers Anne Belletete Banghart Susan Banas Bousquet Patricia Brown Bras Mary Dufresne Callahan Anne Marie Carr-Reardon Kathleen Regan Carroll Barbara Chase Fitz Lorrie Cirome Patricia A. D’Amore Mary Fidler Danner Paula M. Dolliver Joan M. Duane Martha E. Dwyer Janet I. Egan Catherine Ozimek Erik-Soussi Kathleen Barrett Gilluly Diana Rando Hampe Beverly Zolli Heaslip Margaret Kenah Holsey Paula Smith Horton Elizabeth R. Johnson Patricia Vaughan Johnson Lauras Culhane Kelly Judith Eremin Lamp Joan McDonough Lennox Clare Sullivan Lindberg Virginia Lopez Morrissey Maureen T. Lyons Rosemary DePierro Mahoney Barbara A. McAuliffe Anne Leo McCarthy Winifred O’Neill Moynihan Elizabeth Macdonald Natsios Moira Donelan O’Connor Susan I. Parrella Louise M. Paulin Frances Salerno Reilly Jane Waters Rothwell Kathleen M. Rush Maura A. Slattery Nancy F. Smith F Shelagh Kiley Smith Marilyn Rooney Soboski Roberta Cormier Sullivan Denise Howland Tewksbury Jacqueline Bednaz Viau Cheryl A. Welch Lauren Sweatt Wright Participation: 30.3% All Giving: $16,744.73
1974 M. Patricia Cotter Allshouse Joanne Martignette Benton Debra Reed Blake Danielle M. Boutilier Patricia A. Bowe Alice Parmelee Burch Marie Catino Burke Mary E. Chamberland Mary Beth Graham Conry Katherine M. Conway Joanne Crowley
Irene S. Dent Barbara Falese-Fitton Margaret Randall Flaherty Elizabeth A. Fraser Mary Nash Gordon Carol Cahill Grady Diane Brielmann Hanak Marie Driscoll Hanlon Janice Gomes McKenna Mary C. McNeil Grace M. Murphy Kathleen Mason Podolski Janice McDonald Polin Nancy Hubley Raymond Judith Butt Rhodes Frances Perrone Smith Jo-Ann Messina Stadelmann Gretchen L. Timmel Denise M. Travers Elisabeth Driscoll Tuite Mary Jane Heins Vaillancourt Susan Armata Young Participation: 19.3% All Giving: $12,577
1975 Eileen Dobbyn Ackles Nancy Archer Gwin Catherine Brown Bennett Mary Jane Birmingham Diane Walden Brierley F Mary Pat Burtt-Henderson Catherine Grealy Cohen Elizabeth Owens Cronin Mary Ann Dellea Cronin Judith Ready Doyle Cheryl Dumont-Smith Nancy Haggerty Eaton Constance Ustach Fielding Barbara E. Foley Margaret Donoghue Golden Holly Peys Grace Lorraine Covati Hance Paula Salvadore Kelley D. Patricia Koch Susan Crawford Leverone Christina Mackiewicz McMahon Elaine M. Mercier Mary Billings Sherman Theresa LaBelle Tomlinson Constance Albrecht Trowbridge Denise Erwin Webber Mary Dacey White Participation: 18.5% All Giving: $12,170
1976 Mary P. Brennan Lorraine Bullock Barbara Burke Marianne Del Rosso Crowe Jane Calvo Darveau Mary Ellen Swenson Dunn Kathleen Vassett Girouard Janice Maroney Kaseta Rosamond Dunn Lockwood Rebecca Marshall-Howarth Karen Hill McHugh Maria White McKenna Sharon McGah Nash Elizabeth Pare O’Brien Rachelle Giordano Petruzziello Jean DeRosa Privitera Joan M. Rearick
Debra Hudon Schaffer Marie Donegan Spindler Adele O’Connor Sullivan Nancy J. Sullivan Marian Hannum Zytka Participation: 13.8% All Giving: $2,548.76
1977 Elizabeth Mazeiko Abdulla Kathleen Houston Blackwell Anita Brennan Bigles Marianne Carlton Mary-Edwina Colpoys Mary M. Condon Doris Laspina Conway Kathleen Cove Curley Joanne Ferraro Davies Anne Connaughton Hatgelakas Louise Hersum Jane Lenox Leary Janet Sullivan Maggio Julie O’Connor McGinn Cynthia Janski McMahon Karen Driscoll Montague Joyce Sullivan Mucci Elizabeth Driscoll Nace Joan M. O’Connor Patricia Driscoll Pomerleau Marion R. Quinn-Jowett Janet Gleason Rogers Janice T. Rutkowski Susan Gelmini Tammaro Participation: 19.5% All Giving: $11,301
1978 Mary K. Ames Janet Buckley Bernard Kathleen Honan Bird Maria Espinola Cunha Linde Simpson Dynneson Ellen Harrison Finn Lucy Demarco Grasso Judith Hofer Hersey Eileen McCormick Langenus Laurie Verrocchi Larocque Shawna Priestman Levine Johanna M. MacGillivary Kate Mogavero Mullaney Nancy Salvetti Naimey Susan Ryan O’Toole Andrea J. Pereira Patricia A. Potter Judith Murray Regan Mary T. Roche T Judith Jennings Walsh Sheila M. Walsh Paula Bellorado Wolfert Participation: 15.4% All Giving: $40,515
1979 Marie Cain Blackwood Elizabeth Carr Butler Susan Centofanti-Bachrach Louise M. Clark Roseann Dahlgren Costello Claudia Pelosi Cuddy Maria Venditti Davis Kathleen E. DawleySmokowski T Mary Lally Delaney Christine Delosh
Lisa V. Evans Deborah Flaherty Joyce M. Flaherty Andrea Buckley Flynn Jean Jianos Gray Janice Y. Kao Ann Harrington Lagasse T Regina Butler Lally Athena Kalyvas Marken Loretta Salvucci McClary Janet M. Mills-Knudsen Cynthia L. O’Donnell Dorine L. Olson Lee Ann Ross-Berry Patricia O’Brien Rowell Dorothy Raeke Shea Celeste Pellerin Shinay Lesli A. Weissman Alicia M. Wuesthoff Participation: 18% All Giving: $10,150
1981 Renee D. Cocuzzo Kathleen E. Creedon Janice MacDougall De Paulo Janet Gallant DeAngelis Carol Weigel DiFranco Susan Zaccardo Gimilaro Ann Dowd Goodhue Winsome Kerlew Gordon Rona E. Graczyk-Femino Susan N. Grady Sabina Woods Herlihy Kelly Carney Kelly Marianne McMahon Kenney Gail M. Kenyon Carol Ritchie Lagasse Maureen Fallon Leonard Joanne Cardile Ludwig Elaine Mason AnneMarie Whalen McCann Susan McCarthy McDermott Teresa M. McGonagle T Mary De Grandpre Melaugh Cecilia Darling Miller Christine Cote O’Brien Ann Hamilton O’Regan Kathleen B. Rogers Joanne Lynch Schamberg Margaret Lyons Scheller Donna Ribaudo Schow Susan Schumacher Fiaschetti
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1982 Susan McDonough Abelleira Eleni Kalyvas Condakes Amalie A. George Mary Pat Curran Healy Michele Marjollet Kerry Patricia Wainwright Lewers Mary E. McManus Susan M. McManus Paula Jordan Morgan Mary Jo Horgan Nurney Patricia Barney Rosenthal Elizabeth Carey Stygles Maureen Gallagher Taddeo Tracy E. Webb Barbara Correia Xenophontos Participation: 8.2% All Giving: $3,845
1983 Tammy L. Arcuri Alicia Bertrand Brooks Julia Coes Callanan Denyse Lanpher Collins Maureen C. Dalton Sheila Murphy Deffely Lisa M. Doherty Patricia Robinson Drooff Mary Jane Fietze Lori Fortini Maria A. Galanti Laurie J. LaChapelle Cathryn M. Lombardo Sheila A. McDermott Anne Gruszka McKenzie Linda McLaughlin Reisner Maureen O’Connor Remondi Christine Micelotti Robbins Maria Monks Serrao Patricia Mooney Smith Gretchen Hennessey Swan Mary Fitzpatrick Vitolo Participation: 12% All Giving: $3,292.96
1984 Susan M. Boudrot Camille Hobert Brodek Deborah A. Castelli Georgia Driscoll Michelle Gasson Gasson Catherine Catherwood Laurie Marie-Elena LeFebvre Maria Anzivino Masnato Sandra L. Mitchell Kathryn-Ann McGarry O’Brien Lorraine A. Prior Margaret J. Stokes-Chinetti Elizabeth Hughes VanderAarde Wendy Lee Giffin Ward Participation: 8.7% All Giving: $3,100
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1985 Deborah Mattuchio Amighi Elizabeth Ellis Brown Sarah Harpley Brukilacchio Sheila Strachan Bushe Marguerite Cain Jamie Sheerin Clare Kathryn Shaw Conti Constance McInnis Corcoran Mary V. Dandrow Susan A. DeLuca Diane McPherson Dennehy Cecilia Harmon-Rogers Diana R. Heinsohn Kelly Laverty Higgins Maura Joyce Brenda Kielty Lisa Dupuis Lapinski Pamela Busa Lemanski Laura McCann-Szela Susan Lombard McCarthy Claire E. McCusker Katharine E. McLellan Joan Meehan Meehan-Dion Suzanne Cooke Ninteau Penny Williams Noone Linda Pendergast-Savage Melinda Hanlon Powers Christine Hackett Roberge Maura Walsh Sargent Nathalie Kelley Steeves Eileen A. Sullivan Audrey Covelle Wilsack Annmarie Reardon Woods Sarah Worton Participation: 19.1% All Giving: $9,969.85
1986 Margaret A. Barrett Mary E. Carroll Susan Murray Cronin Patricia Denucci Doherty Maureen Finn Rosemarie Foley Suzanne Sullivan Geer Carol Curley Gildea Christine Desmarais Gordon Eileen Vogel Hackney Mary Moran Losapio Catherine Gagnon McCrorey Christine Stanowski McDermott Erin Sullivan McQuaid Ellen Mcquoid O’Donnell Kimberley Livingstone Sinclair Michelle Cafarella Sogolow Frances Mooney Stolz Participation: 13.4% All Giving: $6,812.99
1987 Susan M. Arnold Eileen Dunbrack Boynton Tara M. Bradley Cathleen Trister Carey Donna Sannella Cargill Kimberly Crane Daly Carol A. Flynn Mary L. Gibney Sandra McArdle Gould Sharon Barnes Legge Donna McLellan MacLellan Eileen M. McHugh Lisa A. McIntyre
Donors who increased their gift from FY12 to FY13
Theresa R. Montani Christine Camara Patnaude Christine Hyland Phillips Mary McInnis Reissfelder Sheila Cahalane Sule Participation: 12.1% All Giving: $2,220
1988 Sarah Walcott Abramson Barbara Grady Belmarch Holly Hurtle Bridgeford Kathleen Covell Costello Elizabeth Higgins Fitzgerald Kara Laverty Flynn Christine Cavagnaro Kelley Mary Ellen E. Kelley Rosalind Powers Kessel Mary Frattarola Leupold Christina Aicardi Maguire Anne E. Maneikis Valerie Brown McGuire Amy Buckley Meyer Sylvia Michaud Heidimarie Michitsch Kym Johnson Miele Karen Lewis Moynihan Kathleen Forrest Regan Laura Ann Doherty Reynolds Patricia Mullen Sardnola Carina Olsson Senter Denise J. Sullivan Susan McDonough Sullivan Participation: 14.6% All Giving: $2,815
1989 Patricia E. Battles Anne-Marie Kerrigan Caruso Suzanne M. Casey Michael E. Comeau Anne T. Duffy Nona Haroyan Kathryn Hennessy Andrea Ausiello Manning Marybeth Blondin Marcus Kelly Crowley McInnis Stefanie Jamieson Nolan Laura Kopp Nuttall Mary K. O’Connor-D’Amico Mary Regan Thakur
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Margaret Morin Abells Judith A. Allonby Jo-Ann Bafaro Mary C. Cahill Denise Arsenault Carthas Janice Cameron Coady Elizabeth D. Conway Caroline L. Coscia Elaine M. DeMers Elizabeth Gillis DiBiase Paula Domenicucci Gill Vivian D. Greenblatt Nina Bertelli Hamilton Carol MacGillivray Masters Susan Gotsis Martone Karen Callahan Masters Marie T. O’Malley Participation: 12% All Giving: $4,400
Patricia Shea Marie Larocque Sheehy Judith Spellman Spang Maureen T. Stephens Anne Curtin Stranberg Joan Desmond Sullivan Lisa M. Troiano Deborah Foley Watson Participation: 25.9% All Giving: $9,191
Kristin Dolder Wenger Renee Cormier Wheeler Participation: 9.4% All Giving: $1,655
1990 Deborah Freeman Aucoin Carol Parker Burgess Marianne Byrne Burke Jeanette Shomphe Causey Kimberly DeSorcy-Muldoon Anna M. Dorigatti Sheila C. Geha Ellen Osgood George Kristen Muckian Giovanniello Heather Peters Grattan Joan Fellows Madden Christine Buscemi Morgan Elaine M. Posanka Lisa Boyce Reardon Leslie Fernandes Scafidi Barbara A. Scully Elizabeth DeBonis Stanton Kristine Mellina Weinstein Joan P. Welch Participation: 12.1% All Giving: $2,510
Adrienne Hammel Aaronson Kathleen McKeon Amberg Allison M. Denya Kristen Keefe Faia Janet Galvin Forte Catherine Trainor Froio Margaret McWilliams Garvey Joan P. Goldhammer-O’Neil Noreen A. Kelliher Jacinta Caprio Lang Pattyanne A. Lyons Nancy Maitland-Woodward Valerie Murray Marisa Gentile Qualter Maria Rodriguez Jessica L. Rucci Sheryl A. Savino Ruth A. Sullivan Lisa M. White Participation: 10.2% All Giving: $6,789.91
1992 Kerry Ann Kelley Beirne Jacqueline Hogan Billings Elizabeth M. Cooke Maryann Argus Dawson Tammy Correia Goldstein Audrey Griffin-Goode Jonelle D’Aloia Marchese Joanne A. McHugh Marea E. Santos Paula M. Ventura Participation: 5.8% All Giving: $725
1993 Carmen V. Andrade Stacey A. Blauth Jessica Symmes Bowen Nancy L. D’Antonio Tasha Pasternak Das Maura E. Donovan Dorothy Benson Farrell Elizabeth Henderson Duggan
Maura Cunningham Moran Jennifer M. Murphy Carolyn F. O’Connor Sandra V. Podgorski Angela M. Valerio Anathea Boccalini Viscariello Kathleen Baker Wheeler Participation: 8.4% All Giving: $4,382.85
1994 Marie McManus Brigham Nancy I. Gould Susan Quartuccio Huson Brenda Schubach Kiehnau Participation: 2.4% All Giving: $400
1995 Julie Corbett Barth Lindsey A. Dewar Kathleen Finnell Hilton Marie A. Jardine Wiera Malozemoff Ruth M. Messer Nicole Nestor Traut Participation: 5.5% All Giving: $960
1996 Kerry Parker Belski Paige M. Eaton Nancy A. Hobson Mary C. Kelley Monica Barsotti McGillicuddy Meredith Haskell Sheehan Carly Kimball Smith Participation: 4.2% All Giving: $280
1997 Estela Abad Barnes Laura A. Dempsey Maureen Noonan Iaricci Kristyn C. Jamieson Semima Vaka Karasch Susan J. Kivlan Catherine M. Lynch Michelle E. McDonough Lauren M. Morrissey Patricia E. Randall Marsha Conaty Stevens Annette C. Ullian Laura Johnson Vittum James P. Winnett Participation: 6.9% All Giving: $7,185.00
1998 Jennifer McMaster Beasley Amy Cahill-Hickey Bethany Flaherty Dunakin Jessica Nowosielski Flaherty Catherine A. Galenius Erin Conroy Golding Lynne Smolen Grossman Katherine Lennon Hernandez Marie T. Hoegerle Pamela Wheeler Johnson Dawn R. Kielbania Brunell Rebecca A. Kitchell Deborah M. Klarman Sarah Gagnon Kravchuk Irene Laurens
Christina H. Lawless Rosie Martone Kathleen A. O’Connor Meghan Anderson Parisi Mischa M. Parris Paula Rheaume Pinkney Verna-Ann Power-Charnitsky Tanya C. Rogers Miriam Finn Sherman Lisa Villemure Spitz Wanda E. Suriel Elizabeth Antonio Thomas Kali Walker-Smith Participation: 13.7% All Giving: $6,574.77
1999 Jennifer Alberti Atwood Elizabeth Osten Bettencourt Tangela V. Burgess Alicia A. D’Oyley Noelle Forney Denny-Brown Rebecca G. Hancock Kelly A. Moran Christina V. Musante Carrie Blais Powers Christine M. Proulx Angela Cassano Reidy Lisa Centamore Sinkiewicz Melissa Escobar Tammaro Heather A. Wojcik Amy Li Wong Kristin L. Wormley Janine Lapan Yawson Participation: 9.4% All Giving: $1,585
2000 Noreen Hayes Bigelow Brandy Poquette Brown Megan Tierney Connor Mary R. Cook Diane Hynds Ely Erin E. Ferris Khara Larkin Grieves Dianna M. Jones Stekoula MacMaster Joseph Suet C. Lam Kathryn Waples Linnemann Kathleen M. Mahoney Joanne M. McCarthy Lydia E. Noonan Gretchen M. Reynard Jill Bousquet Ryan Cara A. Scafati Elaina Parlee Schlumper Kerry Griffin Silver Participation: 8.4% All Giving: $1,350
2001 Patricia L. Allard Allison Baird D’Angelo Margo L. Cicciarella Sharyn L. Ghiloni Catherine E. Hancock Marcia A. Kuchta Lisa Owen Katie Sticklor Tommasini Erika Swanson Walther Participation: 4.2% All Giving: $2,529
2002 Danielle Loflin Dowd Laurie A. Holloway Karyn Lessard Kelly E. Linehan Linda Phillips Mayers Michelle Mattia Wilson Paul Zaborski Participation: 3.1% All Giving: $400
2003 Laura Phaneuf Bertonazzi Kara L. Bilotta Katie C. Blais Rachel N. Brackley Laura A. Brooks Elizabeth P. Burke Mary C. Caulfield Elizabeth C. Cuff Carolyn M. Dandurand Lauren Reebe Daniels Danielle M. DiMartino Kelly A. Enman Erica Glennon Farrand Sharyl L. Geary Erica Haas Klag Kay Van de Griff Harrington Kathleen M. Hart Elizabeth A. Hill Paul W. Jorgensen Catherine A. Kuhl Sarah R. Lombardo Diana M. Lynch Lynne DeSisto Mailhot Gillian C. McClellan Emily Riedle McConnel Janet L. McNiff Carole J. Meehan Karrie Barber Menswar Rabecca Brann Moisan Rebecca A. Mores Kathleen Hegarty Palenscar Albertina Andrade Pereira Michaela Ellis Selent Kristin E. Smith Katie L. Sullivan Sorraia F. Tavares Sherie A. Thorpe Makiko Wada Yulia S. Zubko Participation: 23.5% All Giving: $1,251.82
2004 Beryl Belliveau Guy F. Chabot Moira E. Finley Bobbie F. Finocchio Priscilla A. King Kaitlynn Malinowski Laurie A. Mantegari Mary A. Quigley Elizabeth M. Smith Participation: 7.7% All Giving: $2,940.04
2005 Ellen F. Blaney Mary E. Clawson Caitlin M. Connolly Lisa M. Martin Catherine Howley McLaughlin
Kelsey L. Raga Christina Aprea Young Participation: 3.9% All Giving: $890.05
2006 Erin M. Campbell Nicole M. Collette Stacey Cummings Murray Victoria N. Penek Sarah J. Wilkens Participation: 3.1% All Giving: $430
2007 Marrissa Gondola Brunetti Amy L. Clarke Katie L. Corbett Joyce L. Edgett Lisa M. Fiero Rachel Knott Pozzar Lorraine Zaccardi Schoen Rebecca A. Schroeder Gail C. Spellman Participation: 5.1% All Giving: $1,541
2009 Cheryl A. Cirillo Alexandra I. England Celina B. Romero Participation: 1.5% All Giving: $700
2010 David Caterino Julie Crawford Leigh T. Handschuh Ann Marie Marzilli Christie M. Perron Meghan K. Roan Shannon M. Tonelli Participation: 4.5% All Giving: $307.10
2011 Phillip K. Alibrandi Caitlin M. Erwin Nathaniel F. Fagundo Caitlyn E. Geagan Kristyn L. Gondola James P. Guaragna Maria Konstantopoulos Erin C. McDonald Danielle Sanford Participation: 4.9% All Giving: $265.44
Maryanne Avery Banfield ’98 Anahid D. Bassett Alexis Baum ’12 Lynette E. Brigham ’02 Ann E. Brown ’98, ’12 Marlene P. Caterino Phyllis Connolly Mary Theresa B. Diperri ’98 Ann Lee-Jones Dolbear ’77 Barbara Donovan ’10 Alexandra I. England ’09 Barbara M. Field ’03 Mary T. Fitzgerald Phyllis A. Frazier ’86 Donna M. Goven ’95 Mary A. Hart ’06 Margaret E. Hill ’10 Alicia Knoff Colleen C. Labib ’98 Margaret McIntyre Lahar ’99 Nancy M. Lindsey ’02 Diane M. Lopez ’04 Deborah A. Lovett ’10 Carol A. Martin ’02 Anne M. McCormack ’02 Ellen Messing Dicie Hamilton Niggl ’00 Barbara B. O’Connell Patricia O’Connor Jennifer W. Oliver ’07 Christine Petherick ’11 Mary J. Phillips ’06 Myrna C. Roderick ’06 Beverly A. Rose ’05 Sandra Rosenblum ’12 Rosamond P. Swain Amanda W. Swinchoski ’08 Linda Tedesco ’10 Angela Themes Bonnie M. Walsh ’05 Joan S. Wernick Mary C. Yenulevich ’09
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Katherine O’Brien Connolly ’37 D Margaret M. Murphy ’49 D Ruth Launie Stevens ’46 D Irene Thomas du Breuil ’41 D Richard T. Hall D
CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS, TRUSTS, AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS A.W. Perry, Inc. American Insurance Administrators, Inc. Aramark Balfour Foundation Bristol Assisted Living Cloverleaf Catering Cummings Foundation, Inc. Day Pitney, LLP Dow Jones Newspaper Fund, Inc. Frederick Brasco Florist, Inc. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Hotel Indigo Massachusetts Hospital Association Massachusetts State Science Fair
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative National Automobile Dealers Northeast Electronics, Inc. Physicians Interactive Schrafft Charitable Trust Stacy Stott Memorial Fund The Beal Companies, LLP The National Collegiate Athletic Association Valley Landscaping Incorporated
MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES Aon Foundation Delta Airlines, Inc. BAE Systems Bank of America Foundation Helen V. Brach Foundation Boeing Company ChevronTexaco Corporation Converys Emerson Electric Corporation ExxonMobil Fidelity Investments Matching Gifts to Education Program General Electric Company Grace Foundation Hasbro, Inc. IBM Corporation Innovations in Optics, Inc. John Hancock Financial Services, Inc. Juniper Networks Massachusetts Medical Society Metlife Foundation Nationwide Foundation New Balance Athletic Shoe, Inc. NSTAR Foundation Oracle Corporation The Pfizer Foundation PG&E Corporation Prudential Insurance Company Foundation The Reebok Foundation Raytheon Company Saint-Gobain Corporation Foundation The Stanley Works State Street Corporation Texas Instruments Foundation United Health Group UnumProvident Corporation United Technologies The Vanguard Group Foundation Verizon Foundation Wells Fargo Matching Gift Program Xerox Corporation
HONoRARIUM GIFTS Regis College Class of 1956 Dolores Gargaro Wilson ‘56 Marie F. Cronin ’59 Grace C. Godefroy Mary Jane Regan England ’59 F William Goldman Audrey Bowen Criado ’59 Allyson Bowen Elizabeth Bowen
By the Numbers
Donors who gave consecutively over the past three years
Antoinette M. Hays T Nancy Ross Barbara and Jack Fagan Douglas and Carol Lawton Marana and Mark Connaughton Deborah Lowe Imogene Gould Nancy Street Paul Vaccaro Catherine and Richard Wright Rosalind Perry Claudia Pouravelis Jessica Lewis Alexandra Dellevas Allison Conley ’16 Kellie LaPierre Carlie DePina Alison S. Marlow ’15 Stephanie Dzialo ’13 Leila B. Fabre ’16 Federico Sanchez ’16 Ernest J. Collamati Xhulia Bratja ’14 Bernard Jackson Ingrid Hernandez ’16 Rosenda Gill, CSJ, DML Barbara Madden ’67 Kim K. Gazzola F. Gorham Brigham Helen Fenton, CSJ and Catherine M. Meade, CSJ M Patricia Sullivan ’51
MEMORIAL GIFTS Names in bold (deceased) are followed by those who have made gifts in their memory: Marion Browne Roberti ’31 D William H. Vogel
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Christine M. Donaldson Carol A. Donovan Patricia A. Jacques Amanda L. Mauro Lori Mazzarelli Agnes Nansubuga Schree A. Pettigrew Katelynn A. Shea Participation: 4.8% All Giving: $432.58
MASTER AND DOCTORAL PROGRAMS
Lillian Snell King ’34 D Ellen Kelleher Guillette ’61 (gift made in April 2012)
Jeanne d’Arc O’Hare ’39 D Anne O’Brien Temple ’55 Patricia O’Brien Rowell ’79
Mary Lee Halloran ’36 D Argenio Q. Argenio Narleen Fine Judith Lachapelle Ronnie C. Blum Valerie F. DeQuattro Ronald H. Shechtman Richard G. Shechtman Jonathan A. Mellitz
Mary Ford Fitzgerald ’40 D Ellen Fitzgerald Morrison ’71
Mary M. O’Connell ’37 D Kathleen O’Connell Miett ’45 Mary O’Toole Walker ’38 D Mary A. Giarda
Staff & Faculty 38 PHILANTHROPY
We are celebrating our staff and faculty giving, which is at its highest in years. Regis had a special “Giving Day” in April and staff, faculty, and student donors donated a total of more than $3,500—all in one day! Over the whole year, a total of 149 staff and faculty donors made a gift to support the College, raising the participation rate to 45 percent. Giving Day donors share their reasons for giving in a short video: http://tinyurl.com/ regiscollegegivingday
Marie McCarthy McGuane ’40 D Mary Buckley Glennon ’50 Barbara Norton Schlitzer ’40 D Bristol Assisted Living Joanne Mazzarelli Berry ’70 Nancy Carapezza Alice V. Costa Denise A. Fortin Evelyn G. Hopkins Ellen Jaffe Lee Kennedy Co., Inc. Jean F. Leccese Geraldine Burke Morrill ’40 Walter F. Morris Joanne Rothstein Ann Sanborn Sarah P. Sherry Frank Vanzler Linda S. Waintrup Rhonda S. Zinner M. Patricia Carey ’41 D Janet M. Casey Elizabeth McNally Finigan ’45 Bruce K. Willard Catherine Bickley Coleman ’42 D Cynthia Vide Marie White Driscoll ’44 D Georgia Driscoll ’84 Barbara Reynolds McGillicuddy ’44 D Elizabeth McNally Finigan ’45
Elizabeth Hogan Birmingham ’47 D Gertrude Breen Alfredson ’47 Boston Partners in Education Dorothy L. Downs Louise L. Mann Regis College Class of 1947 Eleanor Reagan Curran ’47 D Mary Pat Curran Healy ’82 Patricia Baatz Murphy ’47 D Jeanne MacDonough Cronin ’47 Anne Whalen Owens ’47 D Lana H. Ferguson Kieran McAlinden Elaine M. Mercier ’75 Alice Dunbar O’Halloran ’47 Regis College Class of 1947 Maria T. Sella Julie Spatola Patricia Kelly Webb ’47 D Regis College Class of 1947 Regina M. Koch ’48 D Mary Vodoklys Finn ’69 Jeanne McCallum Meushaw ’48 D Donald M. Druker Estamarie Shea Duff ’49 D John F. Duff Ann McGrath Cullinan ’49 D Betty Ann Hynes Elliott ’49 Nancy Natoli Fay ’49 Patricia Cauley Ross ’49 Regis College Class of ’49
Helen Kelley Colbert ’51 D Mary McLaughlin Girouard ’51 Catherine Foley Hines ’49 Barbara M. Lee ’51 Margaret Stewart Enwright ’51 D Regis College Class of ’51 Ceslaus King Carvalho ’51 Barbara M. Lee ’51 Barbara McCarthy Glynn ’51 D Mary Landers Plunkett ’51 Janice McBride Power ’51 Ann York McNamara ’51 d Barbara M. Lee ’51 Janice McBride Power ’51 Teresa Powers Morrissey ’51 D Barbara M. Lee ’51 Regis College Class of ’51 Mary Ryan Benn ’52 D Angela Ryan Donovan ’56 Mary Hart ’52 D Joan Hartley Meagher ’52 Jane Hennessy Jaeger ’52 D Regis College Class of 1952 Mary Azzarito Kosmes ’52 D Regis College Class of 1952 Joan Enos Lynch ’52 D Stephen J. Lynch Regina Stack Killoren ’53 D William Killoren Arlene Drown Baldwin ’54 D Mary McGowan Walsh ’54 Charlene Ryan Fitzgerald ’54 D Katherine Moynihan McGovern ’65
Virginia Bulger Smith ’44 D Frances McInnis Clifford ’44 Marcia M. Cormay Delta Dental of Rhode Island Carol Roberts John A. Russo
Ann Bolger Mangum ’49 D Regis College Class of ’49 Louise M. Stanton ’49 D Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund
Sheila Joyce Greenlaw ’54 D Denise A. Gagnon Paula Kirby Macione ’58 Anne Downey Saunders ’54
Elizabeth Cronin Crane ’45 D Barbara L. Boyle Eve Casey Carey ’45 David M. Crane Doris T. Lynch ’45 William H. Lynch Regis College Class of ’45
Mary O’Neil Bell ’50 D Regis College Class of 1950
Camella Gambale ’55 D Marilyn Toomey Penta ’70
Ann Harrington Callanan ’50 D Regis College Class of 1950
Barbara Thompson Granger ’55 D Regis College Class of ’55 Rosalie E. L’Ecuyer ’55
Mary Carr Simeone ’45 D Mary Sullivan O’Brien ’45
Christine Shea Sheehy ’45 D Anne S. Kendrick
Mary Agnes Boyle Holland ’46 D Regis College Class of ’46
Grace Murray Sexton ’46 D Dorothy Gaquin Borkowski ’46
Elizabeth Brugman O’Brien ’46 D Richard Brugman Jeanne M. Hennebery ’46
Mary Flynn Gallivan ’50 D Cecilia McCarthy Cleary ’50 Mary Buckley Glennon ’50 D Patricia A. Goler 50 Marie A. McGuane 40 Patricia A. Goler ’50 D Mary Buckley Glennon ’50 Doris Whelan Harrington ’50 D Regis College Class of 1950 Helen Konopacka Jennings ’50 D Regis College Class of 1950
Mary A. Hefron ’55 D Mary M. McIver Jean Ryan McCall ’55 D Douglas Barnard The Beal Companies, LLP Carolyn Sullivan Bektas Peter J. Blampied Patricia C. Bonnell James M. Brown Elizabeth Fahey Cahill ’55 Karen Canfield Michael Cantalupa Deborah A. Carson
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Anne J. Ockerbloom William J. O’Connell Arthur F. O’Day Martin O’Donnell Kristin O’Halloran Joan P. Goldhammer-O’Neil ’91 Annette M. O’Reilly Grace M. Parlee M. Arlene Pascucci Timothy J. Pattison Domenica Fiumara Pedulla ’62 Bruce Percelay A W Perry, Inc. Kevin C. Phelan Post Office Square Redevelopment Thomas R. Powers Edward L. Quinn Helen W. Quinn Charles L. Raffi Jr. Deborah Reardon Regis College Class of ’55 David L. Richardson III Phyllis Brosnahan Richardson ’47 Daniel E. Rothenberg Carol Faber Ryan ’54 Warren J. Ryan III Saltmarsh Insurance Agency Scanlon & Associates LLC Elizabeth Gilmore Shanahan ’55 Patricia A. Sheehan Edwin N. Sidman Ronald L. Skates Evelyn L. Small Elizabeth J. Spiller Anne D. Spry Squashbusters Heidi B. Star Barbara Gilmore Stitts ’55 Phyllis A. Sudbay Antonio J. Tambone Anne O’Brien Temple ’55 Cathy Tierney Jean L. Toomey ’55 Tulis, Miller & Company, LLP Urban Land Institute Judith C. Virnelli William C. Wade Mary P. Waugh Roberta S. Weiner Kathryn E. West Joel B. Wilder James R. Willing Bo Winiker Margaret A. Wiseman
Ella F. Geary ’59, CSJ D Mary Donnelly Crowley ’57
Patricia Teehan Sullivan ’55 D Anne O’Brien Temple ’55 Rosalie E. L’Ecuyer ’55
Nancy Flaherty Gustin ’89 D Kathleen Masterson
Catherine Dowd Ward ’55 D Regis College Class of 1955 Rosalie E. L’Ecuyer ’55 Anne O’Brien Temple ’55 Joyce Dunn Higgins ’56 D Regis College Class of ’56 Patricia Murphy-Capone ’56 D Roger W. Capone Eleanor Dicarlo Golden ’57 D Virginia M. McGagh ’57
Jeanne A. Ward ’59 D Elizabeth Russell Bilafer ’59
Randall R. Holden D Jo-Anna Rapp-Holden ’66 Margaret William W. McCarthy D Christine Camara Patnaude ’87
Carol A. Powers ’60, CSJ D Anne Cavanaugh Curran ’60 Patricia Powers ’64
Donald Morich D Catherine O’Connor Johnson ’59 Marilyn Lombardi Nicholas ’59
Patricia Kelly ’61 D Barbara Coghlan ’61
John Mulkerin D Paula Kirby Macione ’58
Judith Wilson Sullivan ’61 D Ellen Donahue Foley ’61
Joseph Nolan D Gertrude Breen Alfredson ’47
Julia Fitzgerald Mulkerin ’62 D Mary T. Fitzgerald Paula Kirby Macione ’58
Richard Schumacher D Susan N. Grady ’81 Joanne Lynch Schamberg ’81
Jane Buckley Firla ’63 D William J. Firla Rosanne Belz Withington ’63
Thomas F. Skelly D Regis College Class of ’56
Lorraine DeStefano Tegan ’63 D John Tegan T Ann Farrell Wade ’63 Maria L. Zodda ’72 Ann Smith Cahill ’64 D Janice Foss Watts ’64 Susan J. Lind ’69 D Amy Lind Corbett ’70 Roberta Maziarz ’69 D Gail McCoy Holloway ’69 Geraldine Cataldo DeAngelis ’70 D Frederick DeAngelis Marite Kelly Koch ’70 D Denise Dalton-Martell ’70 Therese Murphy Connors ’74 D Diane Brielmann Hanak ’74 Nancy Hoy Sherwood ’74 D Marie Driscoll Hanlon ’74 Michael Sherwood Adela Gadala-Maria De Maldonado ’81 D Renee D. Cocuzzo ’81 Susan Schumacher Fiaschetti ’81
Francis E. Cooney D Marianne Byrne Burke ’90 John Curtin D Mary Rowan Curtin ’55 Charles V. Fay D Betty Ann Hynes Elliott ’49 Nancy Natoli Fay ’49 Carolyn Sammartino Moran ’67 George R. Hayes D Janice McBride Power ’51 Jean L. Toomey ’55
Christopher D. Stranberg D Anne Curtin Stranberg ’81 Darner Alteon ’14 D Michael Kaplan ’13 D Several gifts from students, faculty, and other members of the Regis community were received in memory of Darner and Michael
FACULTY, STAFF AND FRIENDS Phillip K. Alibrandi ’11 Susan Almeida Kathryn J. Anastasia Amelia E. Anderson Anonymous Claire Archambault ’60, CSJ Argenio Q. Argenio Marjorie Arons-Barron Malcolm Asadoorian Armine A. Bagdasarian Margie R. Bailey George R. Baldwin F Madeline Barbieri Douglas Barnard Chauncey and Mary-Ellen Batchelor Alexis Baum ’12 Steven E. Baum April Berry-Fletcher Laura Phaneuf Bertonazzi ’03 Francis Bielawski Michael E. Bilozur Ronnie C. Blum Joshua Blumenthal Patricia C. Bonnell Boston Partners in Education Marla Z. Botelho Theresa J. Botti Jean C. Bourget Barbara L. Boyle Eddie E. Bradley Jr. Frankie Bradley Tara M. Brady F. Gorham Brigham Ann E. Brown ’98 James M. Brown Richard Brugman Donald S. Bugbee
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Grace E. Chase Liberty Companies Phyllis Connolly Joseph P. Costello CPA Paul F. Coveney William S. Cummings Monica J. Curtin Robert Danahy Roman W. DeSanctis Mary G. Desimone Paula A. Donahue David W. Donahue Lisa A. Driscoll Jennifer A. Edwards David Estridge Elizabeth A. Fandel Charles N. Favazzo Eileen M. Feeley Steven S. Fischman Richard J. Fougere C. Dorothy Fulton Francis P. Furey Edward J. Gaffey Thomas P. Glynn III Greater Boston Real Estate Board John B. Griffith Barbara A. Gulino Joseph W. Haley Mary McCarthy Hayes ’55 John G. Higgins Winchester Hospital Roy A. Johnson Marion R. Jones Diane and Albert J. Kaneb Virginia Pyne Kaneb ’57 Robert D. Keefe Barbara Kelley Kelley ’55 Julia Mirak Kew Ellen G. Koup Garrett J. Larivee Rosalie E. L’Ecuyer ’55 David G. Leland Mary L. Lentz Jo Ann Ferrino Levaggi ’60 Jacqueline Cyr Lewis ’55 Michael J. Lochhead Dale M. Lodge Owen B. Lynch Paula Kirby Macione ’58 Barbara N. Manganaro Judith A. Manzo Anne P. Marcus Mary Ann Martin Eleanor D. Maskell Patricia McCarthy James P. McDonough Thomas S. McKie Byrne McKinney & Associates, Inc Rita Meany Jane C. Meehan Christine R. Miller Marguerite Miller Jean F. Mooney Julia Fitzgerald Mulkerin ’62 D The Muriel & Norman B. Leventhal Family Foundation Raymond F. Murphy Jr. Robert W. Murray Garrett T. Nagle Harriet I. Nasson Anne Ryan Newman Rodger P. Nordblom
Buckley Boulevard celebrates alumna’s love of education As students returned to campus this fall, they undoubtedly noticed the addition of a new street sign: Buckley Boulevard, named for Jane Buckley Firla ’63 (See photo of Jane, page 55). As they traverse the campus now and in the years to come, it is likely that many will wonder about the sign’s namesake. Jane’s story is characterized by giving—to her family, friends, and alma mater—her husband of 41 years emphasizes. “She was a devoted wife and mother, she cherished family and friends,” said Bill Firla, adding, “She was a true friend.” After her children had grown, Jane also worked in administrative positions at Babson College and the Dexter School in Brookline. The couple lived in Needham for many years before moving to Norwell in 2001. Jane passed away in 2004 after a battle with colon cancer. Gregarious but modest, “Jane was a
low-key, behind the scenes kind of person,” her husband said. “Longterm friendships were very important to her, and she maintained lots of friends from Regis. Any time there was a Regis event, I think she attended.” In May, Bill and his daughter, Gail, attended the Class of 1963’s 50th Reunion, which included a memorial Mass. It was a meaningful experience. “A number of classmates stopped to say a few kind words, and I, of course, was happy to hear that. I was also happy to have my daughter hear that Jane was still dear to so many
hearts,” he recalled. It was after the event that Bill decided, “to do something significant because the College did mean so much to her. I just thought it might be nice to do something visible to remember her, to remember her time there, and all that it meant to her.” To celebrate a generous gift from Bill to Regis, Buckley Boulevard was
dedicated by President Hays at a ceremony for family members in August. The roadway extends from the Cardinal Spellman Stamp Museum all the way to Morrison House and the Tower Garden. There is no question where Jane's legacy lies, Bill reflected. “She would be so proud of her daughters, and of her grand-
children, who are strong, solid citizens, all going to good colleges and performing well. It’s really Jane’s model of instilling such solid values, of educating them about what’s good and what’s bad. I think that’s her legacy: a wonderful family, wonderful nieces and nephews, wonderful children, and wonderful grandchildren.”—by Lea Plante
To learn more about naming opportunities at Regis College, call Tara Brady, Director of Development, at 781-768-7238
Family Photo (L-R): Grandaughter Caroline Fitzpatrick (freshman, University of Michigan), son-in-law Peter Fitzpatrick, daughter Ellen (Firla) Fitzpatrick, Bill Firla, President Hays, daughter Gail Firla, granddaughter Charlotte Fitzpatrick (junior, Thayer Academy), grandson Peter Fitzpatrick (sophomore, NYU) gather on Buckley Blvd. in August.
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Caitlin M. Erwin ’11 David Estridge Barbara and Jack Fagan Elizabeth A. Fandel Lisa J. Fardy Erica Glennon Farrand ’03 Dorothy Benson Farrell ’93 Charles N. Favazzo Eileen M. Feeley Joel Feinblatt Lana H. Ferguson Mark J. Ferrante Narleen Fine Steven S. Fischman Flanders Pediatrics, LLC Carroll Beegan Follas ’61 Denise A. Fortin Richard J. Fougere Ann French Catherine J. Fuller C. Dorothy Fulton Francis P. Furey Edward J. Gaffey Denise A. Gagnon Philip C. Garber Paul W. Garber Kim K. Gazzola Catherine A. Gear Ellen M. Gillespie ’64 David Gilmore Penelope Glynn Thomas P. Glynn III William Goldman Imogene A. Gould Ann M. Grady ’63, CSJ Mary Rita Grady ’64, CSJ Greater Boston Real Estate Board Helen Green Lawrence M. Green John B. Griffith Grace A. Gruber James P. Guaragna ’11 James R. Guido Barbara A. Gulino Nathan W. Hager William R. Hager Joseph W. Haley Richard T. Hall d Steven B. Hall Barbara Watson Halpin ’51 Hamilton Masonry, Inc Kay Van de Griff Harrington ’03 Mary A. Hart ’06 Suzanne J. Harvey Antoinette M. Hays T Michele M. Heyde John G. Higgins Heidi Hoffman Evelyn G. Hopkins Walter Horner Pai-Hsiang Hsiao Jennifer Hunt Valerie J. Hunt Patricia M. Hunter Maureen Hurley ’64 Rae F. Hutchinson Maureen Noonan Iaricci ’97 Leslie R. Jacques Patricia A. Jacques ’08 William Jacques Ellen Jaffe Rae-Lynn A. Jansen Pamela Wheeler Johnson ’98
Roy A. Johnson Mary L. Johnston Dianna M. Jones ’00 Marion R. Jones Mary Ann Joyce ’69 Diane and Albert J. Kaneb Virginia Pyne Kaneb ’57 F and John Kaneb Semima Vaka Karasch ’97 Kathleen Kautzer Robert D. Keefe Susan Clancy Kennedy ’81 Marianne McMahon Kenney ’81 Peter Kent Jack Kerrigan William Killoren Paul E. Kilroy Neal E. Kimble Jesse Klempner Kara Kolomitz Stephan J. Kornacki Ellen G. Koup Laurie Kovijanic Gale L. Krouser Jill D. Krunnfusz Marcia A. Kuchta ’01 Joseph LaCagnina Kellie LaPierre Patricia Lacagnina Judith Lachapelle Cheryl A. Lake Diane M. Lanpher Janice Lanpher Garrett J. Larivee Carol Lawton Douglas Lawton Diane L. Leather Jean F. Leccese Lee Kennedy Company, Inc. David G. Leland Karen S. Leland Mary L. Lentz Lisa Levierge Jessica L. Lewis Liberty Companies Julia Lisella Michael J. Lochhead Dale M. Lodge Mary F. Lombard ’70 Barbara Loud ’62, CSJ Deborah A. Lovett ’10 Deborah E. Lowe Richard A. Lucas Owen B. Lynch Stephen J. Lynch William H. Lynch Kathleen A. Maguire Sean P. Maher Helen M. Mahoney-West Barbara N. Manganaro Louise L. Mann Judith A. Manzo Anne P. Marcus and Paul R. Marcus William P. Marino Arline Marro Cecile J. Marro Peter J. Marro Stanley A. Marro Mary Ann Martin Eleanor D. Maskell Santhosh Mathew Margherite Matteis Kieran McAlinden
William F. McCall, Jr. Patricia McCarthy Leona McCaughey-Oreszak ’65 Patricia McCauley James P. McDonough Laura B. McGown Mary A. McGuire Mary M. McIver Thomas S. McKie Beatrice J. McLucas Erin Sullivan McQuaid ’86 Rita Meany Jane C. Meehan Rita Z. Mehos Jonathan A. Mellitz Pamela Menke Katherine T. Mentor Christine R. Miller Marguerite Miller Patricia M. Miller Julia Mirak Kew Niti Mittal Mary Ann Moll Jean F. Mooney Edward T. Moore Katherine A. Moore Walter F. Morris Edward J. Mulholland Raymond F. Murphy Jr. Joan Murray ’61 Robert W. Murray Garrett T. Nagle Harriet I. Nasson Rodger P. Nordblom William J. O’Connell Arthur F. O’Day Martin O’Donnell Kristin O’Halloran Teresa W. O’Neil Annette M. O’Reilly Anne J. Ockerbloom Grace M. Parlee M. Arlene Pascucci Timothy J. Pattison Bruce Percelay Rosalind W. Perry Christine Petherick ’11 Kevin C. Phelan Thomas G. Pistorino Nancy A. Plasker Karin M. Plumadore Post Office Square Redevelopment Claudia Pouravelis Verna-Ann Power-Charnitsky ’98 Anne M. Powers Thomas R. Powers Frances G. Pratt and Harold I. Pratt Jane C. Precourt Elizabeth A. Quigley Bonnie Quinn Edward L. Quinn Helen W. Quinn Charles L. Raffi, Jr. Deborah Reardon Patricia A. Reardon Katya Rego Christine C. Resendes Tammy L. Rice David L. Richardson III Susan J. Richardson ’05 Robert Riley
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Ellen M. Burke ’57 Laura M. Burke Lucia Burke Byrne McKinney & Associates, Inc. Sally J. Cadman Karen Canfield Michael Cantalupa Roger W. Capone Nancy Carapezza Deborah A. Carson Janet M. Casey Frank P. Cashman Lisa Castonguay Mary E. Chambers Tina S. Chartrand Grace E. Chase Patricia M. and John Ciarleglio Margo L. Cicciarella ’01 Renata R. Cincotta Heather J. Ciras Ernest J. Collamati Peter Condakes Kathleen B. Conley Marana K. Connaughton Mark Connaughton Mary G. Connolly Elizabeth D. Conway ’80, CSJ Mary R. Cook ’00 Elizabeth M. Cooke ’92 Marcia M. Cormay Alice V. Costa Judith A. Costello ’66, CSJ Paul F. Coveney John D. Crimmings, Jr. Elizabeth Owens Cronin ’75 Margaret Cross Karen R. Crowley ’10 William S. Cummings Monica J. Curtin Kevin R. Dacey Gail E. Daniels Patricia B. Dardano Julie Davidson Valerie F. DeQuattro Roman W. DeSanctis John A. DeSimone Chrystal L. Dec Susan Decker Delta Dental of Rhode Island Mary G. Desimone Debra A. Digiulio Mary Jane M. Doherty ’67 David W. Donahue Paula A. Donahue Patricia Donahue-McElhiney ’71 Judith Higgins Donohue ’64 Barbara Donovan ’10 Carol B. Dorr Dorothy L. Downs Dawn-Marie Driscoll ’68 Lisa A. Driscoll Mary T. Driscoll ’67 Donald M. Druker Christina Duggan Maryann Dykeman Scott Eberhardt Shawn L. Edie Jennifer A. Edwards Betty Ann Hynes Elliott ’49 Patricia D. Elliott Diane Hynds Ely ’00 Kathryn Erat Shawna Erickson
Mark Risk Carol Roberts Ann Rosas ’11 Nancy M. Rosata Jill F. Rosen Michael A. Ross Nancy Ross Daniel E. Rothenberg Joanne Rothstein Janice T. Rutkowski ’77 Anne Ryan Newman Warren J. Ryan III Salon D’Elegance Saltmarsh Insurance Agency Ann Sanborn Steven Savas Susan Sawyer Margaret Lynch Scafati ’69 Leslie Fernandes Scafidi ’90 Scanlon & Associates, LLC Lorraine Zaccardi Schoen ’07 Rebecca A. Schroeder ’07 Michaela Ellis Selent ’03 Maria T. Sella Sean B. Sendall Joseph Shaughnessy Katelynn A. Shea ’08 Richard G. Shechtman Ronald H. Shechtman Diep Sheehan Patricia A. Sheehan Miriam Finn Sherman ’98 Sarah P. Sherry Michael Sherwood Edwin N. Sidman Ronald L. Skates Evelyn L. Small Judith Spellman Spang ’81 Julie Spatola Gail C. Spellman ’07 Elizabeth J. Spiller Marcia D. Spivey Anne D. Spry Squashbusters Maria Cristina J. Squeff Jayanthi Srinath St. Matthews Free Will Baptist Vincent P. Stanton Heidi B. Star Michael C. Stella Nancy W. Street John C. Strizzi Elizabeth Carey Stygles ’82 Phyllis A. Sudbay Carolyn Sullivan Bektas Joan Desmond Sullivan ’81 Richard J. Sullivan Wanda E. Suriel ’98 Paula O’Neill Surro ’04 James Sweeney Joyce Talanian Antonio J. Tambone The Muriel & Norman B. Leventhal Family Foundation Cathy Tierney Lynn Triplett Tulis, Miller & Company, LLP Paul J. Vaccaro Kandley Val Patricia J. Vano Frank Vanzler Chay M. Veeder Robert M. Venuti
Mary Anne Vetterling Cynthia Vide Denise L. Viera Laura E. Violette Judith C. Virnelli William H. Vogel Linda S. Waintrup Watertown Charitable Council, Inc. Mary P. Waugh Sarah Wearing Roberta S. Weiner Colleen Wells Diane M. Welsh ’10 Kathryn E. West Terry White Joel B. Wilder Lauress L. Wilkins Bruce K. Willard Kathryn Williamson James R. Willing Bo Winiker Margaret A. Wiseman Catherine Wright and Richard Wright Richard W. Young T Laurie Zakrzewski Rhonda S. Zinner
Former Trustees and Trustees Kathleen Dawley–Smokowski ’79 T Mary Jane Regan England ’59 F Clyde Evans T Anne Fox Fitzpatrick ’57 F Rev. Msgr. Paul V. Garrity, VF T Michael J. Halloran T Antoinette M. Hays T Leila A. Hogan ’61, CSJ T Karen Hokanson, SND T Virginia Pyne Kaneb ’57 F Ellen C. Kearns ’67 T Olive Z. Kelly F Ruth Sanderson Kingsbury ’57 T Ann Harrington Lagasse ’79 T Peter Langenus T Judith Murphy Lauch ’68 T Linda McCabe F Christina Kennedy McCann ’60 T Kathleen McCluskey ’71, CSJ T Teresa M. McGonagle ’81 T Peter J. Minihane T Brenda Coogan Moran ’58 F Glenn Morris T Donna Norris T Ellen M. O’Connor ’67 F Kathleen O’Hare ’69 T Ellen Powers ’63, CSJ F Mary T. Roche ’78 T Brian G. Rothwell F John J. Ryan F Joan Shea T Salvatore B. Simeone F Constance O’Brien Skahan ’61 F Nancy F. Smith ’73 F Jane Cronin Tedder ’66 T John Tegan T Donato J. Tramuto F Nancy M. Valentine F Richard W. Young T
Founders Society Paula Kelliher Antonevich ’89 Joan M. Archer ’70 Barbara Lipcan Bagley ’70 Christine Fregosi Beagan ’71 Marie A. Bertrand ’55 Mary Alvord Biette ’54 Dorothy Gaquin Borkowski ’46 Mary T. Breslin ’49 Maura Murphy Burke ’69 William Burke Regina Seales Caines ’54 F Joseph A. Callero Mary Rose Campbell ’56 F Eve Casey Carey ’45 M. Patricia P. Carey ’41 Loretta Chabot ’59 Barbara Agbay Cherubini ’61 Therese Foley Christie ’44 Margaret L. Collins ’65 Madeline Pini Coviello ’60 Audrey Bowen Criado ’59 Gertrude M. Cronin ’44 Barbara Flynn Defino ’59 Bernice Fouhey Donahue ’58 John E. Donahue Dawn-Marie Driscoll ’68 F Patricia D. Elliott Mary Jane Regan England ’59 F Anita T. Ennis ’43 Mary J. Fiske D Anne Fox Fitzpatrick ’57 Marie Scanlon Flaherty ’40 Carroll Beegan Follas ’61 Barbara Mullins Garrity ’45 Carol L. Grimes Amy Chin Guen ’50 Jennifer Halpin ’85 Marie Driscoll Hanlon ’74 and Harry Hanlon Mary Begley Hannon ’45 Jeanne M. Hennebery ’46 Clare Dunn Hern ’45 David A. Hern Eric Hoertdoerfer Gail McCoy Holloway ’69 and Ronald P. Holloway Marilyn Geoghegan Holzschuh ’65 Susan B. Isbell ’94 Catherine O’Connor Johnson ’59 Ann McManus Joyce ’62 Virginia Pyne Kaneb ’57 F Mary Jane Kinne ’54 Golsima Kamali Knox ’76 Grace Foley LaDue ’56 Vera Laska D Joan Osgood Lawrence ’63 Catherine Powers Leddy ’53 Doris T. Lynch ’45 Madeline McCarthy Lynch ’55 and Hugh Lynch Helen Anne Murphy Maichle ’54 Joananne Argus Marshall ’56 Agnes Herbert McCarty ’36 Teresa M. McGonagle ’81 T Ann B. McGrath ’72 Jane K. McGrath ’48 Joan Hartley Meagher ’52 Ann Cormier Mickells ’71 Joan M. Moynagh ’47 Woodrow F. Murphy D Kathleen Murray ’74
Marilyn Lombardi Nicholas ’59 Catherine Norris Norton ’62 Yolande Cavedon O’Donnell ’45 George O’Sullivan Daralyn Kilcoyne Perry ’87 Mary-Jane Donovan Power ’48 Consuelo Morgan Quinn ’54 Florence I. Rayfuse ’35 D Angela G. Ricker ’54 Christine Roessel ’61 Carole Settana Scollins ’56 Barbara A. Scully ’90 Nancy F. Smith ’73 F Margaret Loughlin Splaine ’42 D Anne D. Sullivan ’50 Barbara A. Sullivan ’48 Barbara Cunningham Sullivan ’60 Barbara Doran Sullivan ’65 Helen E. Sullivan ’54 Marie Barbano Tassinari ’51 Jane Cronin Tedder ’66 T Theresa Audette Wood-Lavine ’53 Richard W. Young T Eleanor Shiel Zito ’48
GIFTS IN KIND Aramark Boston Marriott Hotel Newton Frederick Brasco Florist, Inc. Mary A. Hart ’06 Antoinette M. Hays T Massachusetts Hospital Association Margherite Matteis Claudia Pouravelis Salon D’Elegance Miriam Finn Sherman ’98 Eileen A. Sullivan ’85 Donato J. Tramuto F Hotel Indigo
LIFETIME GOLD CIRCLE Diane Walden Brierley ’75 F and Harold M. Brierley Albert V. Casey D Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph Brenda Murphy Dugan ’57 and William P. Dugan Zita Fleming ’59, CSJ Barbara Mullins Garrity ’45 Anne Marie Gaziano Catherine O’Connor Johnson ’59 and Raymond F. Johnson D Virginia Pyne Kaneb ’57 F and John A. Kaneb Peggy C. Keegan ’84 Teresa M. McGonagle ’81 T Gerald F. O’Neil Joan P. Goldhammer-O’Neil ’91 George O’Sullivan Daralyn Kilcoyne Perry ’87 and Paul E. Perry, Jr. Sharon I. Plumeri ’99 and Stephen C. Plumeri Florence I. Rayfuse ’35 D Mary Carr Simeone ’45 D and Salvatore B. Simeone F
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Colette Strizzi Joan Sullivan Linda Tavares Ana Tavarez Azeb Tefera Carmen Torruella Dana G. Ventolieri Christine Vivar Ingrid Walcott Tobin Warner Mr. and Mrs. David Westcott Elaine Wethey Mr. and Mrs. John J. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yerzyk
Regis College Named and Endowed Scholarship Funds Boston Latin Academy Scholarship George I. Alden Endowed Scholarship Sister Alphonsine Scholarship Fund The Alumni Scholarship Fund Dorothy A. Atanasio ’46 Memorial Scholarship Elizabeth Frawley Bagley ’74 Scholarship Carole Fiorine Barrett ’63 Scholarship Mary C. Barrett ’34 Scholarship Fund Sister Gretchen Bogan Scholarship Helen Isabel Borden ’79 Scholarship Fund Hannah C. Bradley Scholarship Fund Mary C. Bryan and Grace A. Hawley Scholarship Catherine M. Burke ’31 Scholarship Fund Joan Louise Burke ’58 Scholarship Elizabeth Byrne Buxton Scholarship Fund City Year Scholarship Sister Lucilla Dinneen Scholarship Regis College Endowed Scholarship Class of 1959 Endowed Scholarship Fund Class of 1963 Endowed Scholarship Fund Hamilton Family Scholarship Class of 1961 Scholarship Fund Community College Achievement Scholarship Lynn Coleman Dear Neighbor Fund Christine Murphy Conole ’84 Scholarship Jacqueline Covo Scholarship Fund Jeanne M. ’51 and William F. Craven Jr. Scholarship Fund Genevieve Ryan Denmark and John Frederick Denmark Scholarship Fund Josephine E. DeSimone Scholarship Fund
Rev. Pasquale Demilla Scholarship Fund Anne Moore Dolan ’36 Scholarship Fund Marie Tremblay Donahue ’45 Scholarship Fund Mary Jane England Endowed Scholarship Fund Mary Durkin Henighan Scholarship Daniel G. Frawley Scholarship Fund Ellen M. Greany Scholarship Fund Sharing Opportunities Scholarship Warren Gribbons Scholarship Elizabeth Stanton and Roberta Stanton Guthrie ’54 Scholarship Fund Harriett M. Hall Scholarship Fund John and Margaret Hallisey Scholarship Fund Dr. Grace A. Hawley ’31 Scholarship Fund Elizabeth Edmundson Herrick ’49 Scholarship Fund Margaret Lennon Higgins Scholarship Fund HRSA Undergraduate Nursing Scholarship Barbara Hyland ’65 Internship Scholarship Virginia Pyne Kaneb ’57 and John Kaneb Scholarship Aurelia M. Kelley ’38 Memorial Scholarship Vera & Andrew J. Laska Scholarship The Corena Ledger Scholarship Louise Breason May ’59 Scholarship Fund Helen M. McCarthy ’42 Scholarship Jane F. McCarthy ’59 Memorial Scholarship Sister Viterbo McCarthy ’42 Scholarship Fund Alice Toomey McLaughlin ’37 Scholarship Mary Frances Glynn McManus ’34 Scholarship Fund Mary C. Hunt McNeil ’44 Scholarship Fund Regis College Generic Master’s Nursing Scholarship Scholarship Fund for Florida and Georgia Students Sisters of Mercy Scholarship Sister Elizabeth Miley Scholarship Fund Mary C. Moran Scholarship International Nursing Faculty Partnership Arthur and Dorothy Murray Scholarship Yolande O’Donnell Scholarship Leona and James Powers Scholarship Fund John and Margaret Roche Scholarship Fund Library Renovation Fund
Joyce Viano Ruberti ’69 Scholarship Fund William and Bertha Schrafft Trust Scholarship Sisters of St. Joseph Centenary Scholarship Sisters of St. Joseph Schools’ Scholarships Kristen Elizabeth Shannon Scholarship Sister Macrina Shyne Scholarship Mary Smalarz Faculty Fund Sisters of Mercy of Chicago Scholarship Stacy Stott Memorial Scholarship John and Agnes Sullivan and William and Anne Moynihan Scholarship Fund Catherine Smiddy ’39 Scholarship Sister John Sullivan Scholarship Sister Julia Ford Graduate Scholarship SINE Undergraduate Nursing Scholarship Catherine F. Taylor ’32 Scholarship Patricia Teehan Sullivan ’55 Scholarship TeachBoston Scholarship The Frances Borger Klempner Graduate Nursing Fund Isabel ’34 and Patrick Tierney Scholarship Fund Yawkey Foundation Nursing Scholarship Margaret Burns Whalen ’31 Scholarship Fund
Boards and Volunteers REGIS FUND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE (2012–2013) Gertrude Breen Alfredson ’47 Megan Tierney Connor ’00 Elinor Ryan Devlin ’70 Kathleen M. Henighan ’65 Judith Murphy Lauch ’68 T Mary Ellen Lavenberg ’65 Carole Groncki McCarthy ’65, Chair Ann Cormier Mickells ’71 Annette P. Pendergast ’45 Susan Schumacher Fiaschetti ’81 Marie Fleming Sisk ’52 Judith Spellman Spang ’81 Maureen T. Stephens ’81
ALUMNI BOARD OF DIRECTORS (2012–2013) Eileen A. Sullivan ’85, President Gertrude Breen Alfredson ’47 Judith A. Allonby ’80 Laura A. Brooks ’03 Suzanne M. Casey ’89 Mary C. Caulfield ’03 Nancy MacKenzie Connelly ’70, Secretary Jennifer A. D’Ercole ’91
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Endza Abdalian William Aquadro Linda Babraitis David Beliveau Wayne-Daniel Berard Gary W. Blauth Mireille Breton Lisa Bruning Christine Callahan Brenda Cameron Christine Cassidy Mr. and Mrs. Jean Castor Marie Cenat Donna Chambers Lionel Charles Mr. and Mrs. Brian Clougher Gail Conley Stephen Conley Robert F. Connors Philip Dagostino Liza Danahy Michael Daniels Nancy Del Giudice Janet Deluca Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Donahue Joan T. DuRocher Colette M. Dunne-Jallinoja Treffs Evi Patricia Fay Lillian Fernandez Robert G. Gondola Brian Greco Annmarie Gross Karen Haidemenos Christin Harwick Derek Heath and Erin Heath Clarence Heyde and Michele M. Heyde Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Honour Rita Kassabian Mr. and Mrs. David Kerr Michelle Lacroix Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth MacLay Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maloney Mr. and Mrs. William R. McClel Sheryl McNamara Andrea Meade Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moriarty, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Murray Neau Nop Kristin O’Brien and Mark O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Michael O’Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Osborne Robert Phifer Gregory C. Pope Anne Power Andrew Prongay Savithri Ramaswamy Debra Rapsis Trina Raucher Alex Rodrigo and Patricia Rodrigo Nancy M. Rosata David Rutana and Jane Rutana John J. Ryan William Ryan Christine Salvucci ’13 Mary Scanlon Joseph Shaughnessy Peter Stavropulos
Carolyn M. Dandurand ’03 Christina Duggan, Emerita Tara Sullivan Esfahanian ’96 Nathan Fagundo ’11 Maureen Finn ’86 Sheila Joyce Greenlaw ’54 D Antoinette M. Hays, Emerita T Barbara Kelley Kelley ’55 Eileen McCormick Langenus ’78 Kelly E. Linehan ’02 Kaitlynn Malinowski ’04 Katherine Moynihan McGovern ’65 Catherine Howley McLaughlin ’05 Kelly A. Moran ’99, Vice President Marilyn Lombardi Nicholas ’59 Lauren Petit ’12 Jill Bousquet Ryan ’00, Financial Officer Joanne Lynch Schamberg ’81 Donna Ribaudo Schow ’81 Miriam Finn Sherman ’98, Emerita Heather A. Wojcik ’99
Lori Abdalian ’16 Addisalem B. Agegnehu ’14 Rutchelle Alexandre ’14 Jennifer L. Amaral ’16 Devinne J. Aquadro ’16 Laura A. Bagnato Rolanda Barros ’14 Shella Beauzil ’13 Elizabeth D. Belinsky ’15 Brooklyn C. Beliveau ’15 Stephanie Belizaire ’14 Michael W. Beluch ’15
Mark R. Bennett ’14 Guernsy M. Bernadeau ’13 Kesha Bertrand ’14 Katherine M. Blackburn ’15 Andrew J. Blanchette ’13 Shannon T. Bradish ’14 Janaya M. Bradley ’15 Xhulia Bratja ’14 Julianna E. Brown ’15 Jillian P. Bruning ’15 Stacy A. Burns ’14 Traylon J. Butler-Neal ’16 Briana M. Canavan ’14 Sarah E. Carew ’15 Genardy Cenat ’15 Linda Cherenfant ’13 Maureen Collins Allison L. Conley ’16 Chris D. Cortez ’15 Katie E. Cuozzo ’16 Chandler T. Davies ’15 Carlie A. DePina ’13 John G. Debassio, Jr. ’14. Ricardo A. Delgado ’15 Brixhilda Demiri ’16 Priscilla Diaz ’14 Julia R. Doiron ’14 Leanna N. Draghi ’16 Michael T. Duffy ’13 Stephanie E. Dzialo ’13 Angelica J. Endara ’14 Josue D. Estrada ’13 Kalliope Fabrikarakis ’15 Melissa L. Fay ’16 Meaghan E. Flynn ’13 Maria C. Fortunato ’15 Ursula E. Gaymes ’14 Frank E. Geer ’14 Molly A. Gentilucci ’13 Hovig Ghazarian ’15
Amrita Gill ’15 Theresa M. Gratton ’15 Jacob H. Gross ’16 Mary E. Hamilton ’16 Shaakira A. Harper ’16 Brooke M. Healy ’16 Kelsey C. Heath ’15 Raegan D. Heck ’16 Stephanie L. Henderson ’13 Ingrid M. Hernandez ’16 Jazz L. Hicks ’16 Venessa T. Hill ’16 Diante W. Hopkins ’16 Jennifer L. Hunt Jeremy C. Israel ’15 Donaldo Joseph, Jr. ’16 Sidney S. Keilty ’15 Ashling K. Kelly-Keegan ’15 Samantha P. Kioussis ’15 Nana O. Kwarteng ’15 Laura R. Lombardi ’13 Shelby A. Looney ’15 Hongshan Lu ’14 Caroline M. Luce ’14 Marissa Magarian ’16 Laura Malloy ’12 Alison S. Marlow ’15 Steven Martinez ’16 Taylor M. McCain ’15 Matthew J. McDonald ’14 Emily F. McNamara ’16 Michaela L. Merrill ’14 Jessica A. Montanez ’16 Jordan T. Monts ’16 Bryan J. Moran ’16 Betty Ndagire ’16 Cindy P. Nguyen ’16 Vanessa L. Noesi ’14 Bridget Nsiah ’15 Alexander S. Nuby ’16
Stanley E. Onyeneho ’14 Aihanuwa I. Osayi-Osazuwa ’15 Osaruname O. Osayi-Osazuwa ’13 Michael J. Panagiotakos ’16 Jonathan F. Paul ’16 Kerry A. Pintabona ’14 Rebekkah R. Porter ’13 Rachide Poteau ’14 Cody J. Puglisi ’16 Carlos M. Romer ’15 Deon R. Rose ’15 Michael A. Rossi ’15 Federico Sanchez ’16 Heidi N. Smith ’15 Matthew J. Smolko ’13 Efthimios C. Stamoulis ’14 Kristina P. Stewart ’15 Edward J. Stygles ’16 Jessica D. Taylor ’16 John L. Thermitus ’16 Mileena E. Torres ’16 Diana N. Tran ’16 Stephany Trinidad ’13 Sarah E. Vedrani ’14 Sashae Walls ’15 Tracy M. Webster ’14 Johanna S. Westcott ’14 Neil White ’15 Donique G. Whittaker ’15 Kaila Williams ’15 Rachael K. Wood ’16 Nicholas A. Yerzyk ’13
thank you for giving
2012–2013 Financial Report
33+31+141084 32+42+875321 75+1+222
Levels of Giving
Tower Club ($100–$499) Red & Gold Club ($500–$999)
Miriam Finn Sherman ’98 Vice President of Institutional Advancement email@example.com
Alexis Baum Associate Director of Advancement Communications and Alumni Relations firstname.lastname@example.org Tara M. Brady Director of Development email@example.com Christina Duggan Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving firstname.lastname@example.org
President’s Associates ($1,000–$1,926) 1927 Society ($1,927-$4,999) Crimson Circle ($5,000–$9,999) Gold Circle ($10,000–$24,999) Regis Circle ($25,000+)
Giving by Source Alumni
Government Friends, Trustees, Parents, Faculty, and Staff Corporations, Foundations, Trusts, and Organizations
Less than 1%
F Former Trustee
Betty Ann Elliott ’49 Alumni Office Assistant email@example.com Shawna Erickson Grant Officer firstname.lastname@example.org Louise Kearns Office Coordinator email@example.com Teresa O’Neil Advancement Services Associate firstname.lastname@example.org Judy Spang ’81 Development Officer email@example.com Marcia Spivey Senior Development Liaison firstname.lastname@example.org Jayanthi Srinath Director of Advancement Services email@example.com
ROLL OF HONOR 2012–2013
Office of Institutional Advancement & Alumni Relations
1C arole Groncki McCarthy ’65 (left) and Kathleen Henighan ’65 enjoy a laugh at the Cape Cod Luncheon. 2M ary Regan Thakur ’89 (left) and Suzanne Casey ’89 met at the Reunion Planning Extravaganza in September and made a new Facebook page for their class Reunion. 3T he Class of 2003 just celebrated their 10th Reunion and cheered their way through the always-popular Parade of Classes. 4C hristina Duggan, director of alumni relations and annual giving (left), chats with Jill Bousquet Ryan ’00 and Kelly Moran ’99 at the Alumni Board of Directors meeting. 5T he Class of 1964 enjoyed the Cape Cod Luncheon at the Wianno Club back in August. 6T he Class of 1998 gathers outside College Hall on a beautiful spring day for their 15th Reunion. 7T he Class of 2008 danced the night away at the All-Alumni Reunion. 8T he Class of 1968 celebrated their 45th Reunion.
Upcoming Alumni Events 2013–2014
December 4 Dan’l Webster Inn Sandwich, MA
Holly Tea and Brunch December 8 Fine Arts Center Regis College Campus
NYC Christmas Reception December 13 Union League Club New York City
Florida Alumni and Friends Receptions March 13–16 Naples, FL
May 10 Symphony Hall Boston, MA
Reunion Weekend May 16–18 Regis College Campus
All-Alumni Reunion May 17 Regis College Campus
Golden Tower Luncheon
June 5 Lower Student Union/Alumnae Hall Regis College Campus
Alumni Board of Directors It’s time to nominate a fellow Regis alumna/us for a position on the Alumni Board of Directors, a volunteer committee that works with the Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations. If you know an outstanding alumna/us who is active in the Regis community and may like to serve on this special board, please call 781-768-7220 or email alumni@ regiscollege.edu to request a nomination form. To submit your nomination online, visit www.registowertalk.net/ alumboardnom. The deadline for nominations is February 1, 2014.
Regis Night at the Pops
Weatherbee Dr., Westwood MA 02090, 781-326-1230 ¶ This year of 2013 the
Wingate Rd., Lexington, MA 02420, 781-862-6262 ¶ Our classmates, Eileen “Preb” Prebensen and Marguerite “Peg” Donovan had a chance to catch up with
✒Annette P. Pendergast, 101
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Reunion dates for the alumni weekend were May 17–19. Doris Lynch and myself attended the Golden Tower Luncheon that was held in the Lower Dining Room of the Student Union Building. If possible it would be great if others of our class could make it in the future.¶ I have completed 6 years being a member of the Regis Fund Executive Committee and have enjoyed very much working with other members and the staff on the fundraising appeals and solicitation calls. This past year we not only met our goal of $1,102,500 million but surpassed it. Many thanks to you for your contributions.¶ On Reunion Weekend, May 18 to be exact, at an evening buffet, outdoors, under a tent there were 4 awards given to 4 alums and I received the 2013 Alumni Loyalty Award. What a great surprise and joy it was! Also I had 3 of my nieces present as guests. All told it was a tremendous evening celebration.¶ Seeing that I am at Yarmouth Port on the Cape all summer I always try to attend the Cape Cod Luncheon for Regis alums and friends. This year it was at the Wianno Club in Osterville. There were 165 alums present both men and women and it was most enjoyable.¶ It is with sadness that we were informed of the recent death of our classmate Barbara Kerigan McCarthy on Jan. 11. Barbara will be remembered at the Annual Memorial Liurgy at the Regis Chapel in Nov. ¶ I visit Betty McNally Finigan at the Charlwell House in Norwood about every 10 days and attended her birthday celebration at a wonderful festive party at her daughter’s home in Westwood. It was great to meet her children and grandchildren. Best wishes Betty on this special occasion. ¶ I want to let the whole class know that I just received the latest 2013 Regis College Alumni Directory. It is the size of an average book and has a beautiful picture done in lovely color of the stone tower on the cover. It has a class year biographical section, a geographical section, and a complete alphabetical index. This updated directory will prove to be extremely valuable to me. ¶ If you can, please forward any information or news of any kind to me by telephone or mail. Stay well, healthy and happy.
✒Phyllis Brosnahan Richardson, 3
each other recently over the phone. After a short stay in the hospital for pneumonia, Preb is rehabbing at the Heritage Health Therapy and Senior Center, 1225 Woodland Drive, Mt. Zion, IL 62549. She misses everyone and would greatly appreciate hearing from her Regis classmates. So please, drop Preb a note! ¶ Gertrude Breen Alfredson has a great adventure planned for the fall…she’ll be touring America, taking in as many national parks as she can during the 18-day journey. Gert also had a chance to attend this summer’s annual Regis luncheon at the Wianno Club on Cape Cod, always a well-attended event. ¶ We also hear that Jean Curran has moved to the Cape and that Jean Olivo Glynn is making her home on Cape Cod along with other long-time Cape residents Louise McInerney, Dorothy Mahoney McKenna and Peg Donovan. During my annual Cape Cod August vacation, I had a chance to get together with Dot McKenna several times. Dot remains on-the-go taking part in all sorts of learning and cultural events with her Kings Way community and has enjoyed non-stop summer fun while her kids and grandkids are on Cape. Peg Donovan dropped by for a cuppa coffee, bringing along her famous brownies (a favorite of my husband Al!). Peg is active as ever—volunteering with her parish community and welcoming cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends to her home on Cape. ¶ Eleanor Consentino Feuer is living in Atkinson, NH and Dorothy Gibbons Sullivan continues to enjoy the joys of Florida living. ¶ Sister Dorothy McKenzie is overjoyed with the growing clan: 3 more baptisms of great-grandnephews, including twins! ¶ The fearsome foursome of Gert, Alice Dunbar O’Halloran, Jeanne McDonough Cronin, and Phyllis Gallinelli Cambell get together each week at Regis for the Lunch, Listen & Learn program. What a great way to keep current and practice life-long learning! Soon, Regis will be announcing the Sister Thérèse Higgins Sisters of Saint Joseph Scholarship. Please consider supporting this scholarship when making your annual contribution to Regis.
That’s all for now, send me your news and until next report, keep happy and stay healthy!
✒Joan Doherty Mahoney, 32 Surrey
Ln., Fairfield, CT 06824, 203-259-7361, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ We
tried to have a reunion and sort out a changing of the guards. Unfortunately there was a mix up as to time of the special luncheon. So several of the class came on Friday: Nancie Turner Donelan, Clare Hailer Dennis, Alice Ryan Gallaher, Marie McSweeney Fitzgerald, Marie Fisher Lee, Jeanne Blackwell Morgan and a dozen more on Saturday: Sister Regina Harrington, Jane McGrath, Ann O’Hare Smith, Louise Corcoran Sullivan, Mary McGoldrick Malloy, Joan Doherty Mahoney, Mary Jane Crowley Murray, Marion Blue Brennan, Marie Kane Vachon, Mary Geary Mullen, Frannie Madigan, and Barbara Sullivan. We held a class meeting after the luncheon and had new class officers voted in. Our beloved president Sister Regina was retiring and we decided to have two officers to do her job: Jane McGrath and Ann Smith. Everyone was so grateful to Sister Regina, we needed a drum roll! We also had to replace Mary Lou Cooney Manning, our fabulous class reporter; and lucky for you it is me! No one else volunteered so this is it. Everyone likes to receive news but it needs just one to put it together. Also, thankfully, Sister Regina said she would stay on the board as class fund agent. ¶ Ann read a lovely letter from Mary Lou; this was the weekend her family has had a reunion at Kill Devil’s Hill in the outer banks of North Carolina since 1983. She wrote that her husband John has been a partial invalid for about a year now and a few more babies have been added. How lucky they were to be together. ¶ Jean McDonald Snyder had her granddaughter’s graduation from Fordham. And she is still working in real estate! ¶ Barbara Earley Mason had her grandson’s graduation at Notre Dame. ¶ Mary Jane Murray’s daughter, Ann Murray Paige, was presented a writing award by Mass. General Hospital’s 100year club. Ann started out with breast cancer and thought she was doing well but it has come back with a vengeance. She is fighting it continually and has formed a group called Project Pink.
She also made a video called “The Breast Cancer Diaries.” Her writing is called “Pink Tips” and if you work on a computer all of this information can be found online. ¶ We would love to include your news. Please call me at anytime to update.
65th Reunion ✒Betty Ann Hynes Elliott, 38 Oxford Rd., Wellesley, MA 02481, 781-2354697, email@example.com ¶ We
have a published author in our midst.
Alice Fredey Mamarchev has written a
✒Mary Dailey Neylon, 69 Viola St.,
Lowell, MA 01851, 978-453-4237, firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Anne Swiston O’Hara, 55 Lexington Ave., Mangolia, MA 01930, 978-525-3227, alfreda1928@ gmail.com ✒Jacqueline Choquette Picard, 70 Hadde Ave., Cumberland, RI 02864, 401-658-0625, littlecho7@gmail. com ¶ From Mary Daily Neylon: Not
having heard from you, I don’t have much news to report. Unfortunately what I have learned is sad. And so I report on the passing of two of our classmates. ¶ Lois Vachon Ward of Weston died Aug. 2. She was the mother of 6 daughters and the grandmother of 6. Lois received a master’s degree in Social Work from BC and was a longtime director of social services at the former Sancta Maria Hospital in Cambridge. She was a faithful alumna, returning to class gatherings until her illness prevented that. ¶ Ann Sullivan Lonergan of Reading died Sept. 2. Ann was the widow of George, the mother of 6 and the grandmother of 9.
Ann Brown Janes, 1 Harvest Circle Unit 301, Lincoln, MA 01773, 781-430-6181, email@example.com ✒Anne Downey Tierney, 80 Penzance Rd, Rockport, MA 01966, 978-546-6749 (Florida: January through April 941-387-9217) JFTAFT@aol.com ¶
We extend our sympathy to the families and friends of our classmates who have passed away: Anne-Marie Cahill Casey on July 14 and Ruth Durnan Johnson on July 29. ¶ Classmates met in June for $9.95 lobster rolls in Gloucester: Barbara Palmer Schlichte, Florence Kelly McKenna, Pat Chisholm,
Janice McBride Power and Anne Downey Tierney. Getting to be an annual affair:
join us next year. ¶ Janice Power spent a week in Martha’s Vineyard with most of her family in July. Some of Janice’s summer days are spent assisting with costumes for the three Regale Musical Theatre shows. Sister Dorothy Welch was Janice’s guest at The Fiddler On the Roof. Sister loved it. ¶ During Aug., Ann Comerford Kelly took part in a family reunion arranged by her daughter, Ann-Marie, and her husband, Dick. This was a joint reunion of 2 families. Ann-Marie is one of 7 children and Dick is 1 of 11. It was held on a beach on the California coast. There were 65 participants. WOW! Ann has 15 grandchildren and 1 great-grand. ¶ California was also the destination for Barbara Schlichte last Feb. and March. Barbara’s daughter, Joan, lives there. They did a bit of traveling out West. Elder Hostel is now known as Roads Scholar trips. They went on some Aging Heart Trips. One to listen to the romantic songs of the ’30s, one to San Francisco, and one to study The History of Southern California. The Schlichte family has been really busy. Daughter Marianne is the VP of the Cape Ann Savings Bank. Daughter Trisha’s husband owns a restaurant in Gloucester—Johnstone Pub. ¶ Marie Barbano Tassinari is leaving in Oct. for a trip to Munich; she will enjoy Octoberfest (Why didn’t I pay attention in Fraulein Palais class). Marie then plans to go to Italy and return in early Nov. ¶ Great white shark Mary Lee enjoyed summer in waters off Cape Cod. Rumor has it she’s back to Florida for the winter.
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children’s book, “And the Mockingbird Sang.” Alice has enjoyed a career in two related professions: theater and education. She appeared as leading lady in 46 weekly productions with the equitybased Boston Stock Company. She then became leading lady at the famous Coconut Grove Playhouse in Miami, FL. In the education field, she taught English and drama at the Eaglebrook School and the Park School, both in Massachusetts. Alice became the first woman play director at BC while serving as an adjunct professor in the communication and theater department there. When her son was about 6, he started identifying birds and his avid interest was contagious. Alice enjoys residing in a bird sanctuary in Sarasota, FL. ¶ Some of us gathered for lunch again in August at Mary Breslin’s lovely summer home in Hull, co-hosted by Pat Foley Granahan. Our numbers have diminished, but not our spirit—pacemakers keeping some of us going and hearing aids helping others keep up with the conversation. Mary entertained us (as well as fed us) with tales told her by her father, Dr. John Breslin, of the great molasses flood of 1919 when he ministered to many of the victims. Barbara Snyder Kelley, Marie Monafo Forcucci, and Pat Cauley Ross had some stories of their days at Girls Latin School and recalled how a dozen or more of their classmates there came to Regis with them. Barbara was her usual hilarious self. It was especially nice to have Midge O’Hare McCarthy join us after her long ordeal of her husband’s illness and recent death. Ed passed away in June and Jean Ryan Connors and I attended his funeral. Shortly after our Hull gathering, Marie Forcucci’s husband Gus passed away suddenly. We extend our deepest sympathy to Midge and Marie and their families and will keep them in our thoughts and prayers. ¶ I’m also sorry to report that Patsy Tiernen Kelley passed away in June, having been predeceased by her husband Lawrence. She leaves 2 sons and a daughter with whom she lived in recent years, as well as her sister Ann Lyons Burke ’43. We offer sincere condolences to Patsy’s family. ¶ In honor of her 85th birthday
in April, Marion Comerford Cowie’s 5 daughters hosted a Sunday luncheon at the Falmouth Yacht Club. Over 50 relatives and friends, including Cay Foley Hines and Barbara Kelley, gathered to celebrate with Marion. ¶ Eileen Dewire Locke drove down to Long Island, NY, in her new Buick to visit her longtime Cambridge Latin School friend in Aug. She still chairs an annual reunion for her high school classmates. Eileen called Elizabeth Stone Ross to find that Elizabeth is not getting around much. However, she still enjoys her comfortable home that she had built after retiring to her hometown of Hanover, having spent most of her married life in New Jersey. Elizabeth has a daughter who is a physician on the staff of the Lahey Clinic to oversee her health issues. ¶ When I last talked with Claire Eremian Scully during the summer she was preparing a picnic lunch to share with Lou Moll Dallas. They certainly have been good friends for many years. ¶ Nancy Natoli Fay had a great trip to England and Italy in Oct. with her daughter Suzanne, who was invited to a wedding outside London. Nancy had just recently renewed her passport so she was all set to go when Suzanne’s husband couldn’t make it. They flew from London to Milan, rented a car and drove up to the Lake Como region. Nancy was thrilled, needless to say. ¶ Cay Hines and I attended the Reunion Planning Extravaganza in Sept. where we were made aware of all sorts of ideas for our upcoming 65th Reunion next May. We hope you’re planning to join us then. We’ve had so many wonderful Reunions we look forward to a repeat!
✒Joan Hartley Meagher, 102 Blodgett
Dr., Folsom, CA 95630, 916-985-0643, firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Patricia Hogan Hogan, 100 Luce St., Lowell, MA 01852, 978-453-1502 ¶ Many thanks to Patricia Hogan Hogan, who kindly gathered
notes from classmates attending the spring luncheon/class meeting on April 4 at the Newton Marriott. ¶ Sally Finnerty Tully and Patricia Arroll Petrilli represented our class of ’52 at the
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wake for S. Jeanne d’Arc at Bethany in Framingham. ¶ Sally and Marie Rizzo attended the inauguration of our new President, Dr. Antoinette Hays, PhD, RN. They were impressed with the ceremony and said it made them even more proud of Regis. ¶ Marie is still active in fighting for the return of high standards in the media, being an active and enthusiastic officer in the Morality in Media of MA. She is often seen at the State House for hearings on laws that are contrary to our Judeo-Christian principles. Good for you, Marie! She also has gone to the State House to protest a bill that would mandate schools to teach sexuality in grades K-5. The organization supports the rights of parents not only to be notified and informed about the contents of the curriculum, but to give the parents the right to opt in or out for their children. ¶ Congratulations to Pat Petrilli’s daughter, M. Regina Cran, who published her first book, Everyday Holiness. ¶ Marie Fleming Sisk has a granddaughter attending St. Anselm College and another at Hanover High. ¶ Loyola Doherty Sylvan spent an enjoyable month in Italy visiting her son, who is stationed with the Navy. ¶ Nancy Quinn O’Keefe was pleased to see everyone again after attending our 2012 Reunion. ¶ Jill McKearin Paredes keeps busy attending courses at the UMass OLLI and a lecture series, “Listening to Other Voices,” at the Glastonbury Abbey in Hingham. ¶ Ann Purcell MacDonald was doing much better after her fall last autumn and enjoyed gathering again with old friends. ¶ Proud grandmother Kate Molly Rowe has 3 grandsons who graduated from college, one from law school, and one doing research in Lyme Disease. ¶ Helen Cruchley Jones was cruising around the world with her sister Sheila ’57. She planned to move to North Carolina near family. ¶ Sally Tully moved to upstate NY into a condo near daughter Beth. ¶ Those attending the Tower luncheon on May 17 were Marie Rizzo, Nancy Quinn O’Keefe, Jill Paredes, Carlotta Krauth O’Brien, Lois Brigham Saltalamacchia and Pat Hogan. They appreciated viewing the beautiful Memorial book portraying the life of our dear deceased classmate, Joanne Hynes Ellis, thoughtfully brought by her sister, Betty Ann ’49. Nancy O’Keefe won the second prize, a Photographic Book on Boston. Lois Saltalamacchia now lives in Newbury and has 15 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Carlotta O’Brien has moved to Winchester close to two daughters. She talks with Nancy Johnson Boland and Lois Saltalamacchia often. ¶ Mary Finn Smith called me when she read in the spring issue of Regis Today that Peg O’Donohue is a lay Dominican. Mary also is in the same organization in
Illinois, where she lives. She asked for Peg’s phone number and planned to get in touch with her. She wanted to know all about the Reunion and what was new at Regis. It has been many years since she had visited but hoped to get back sometime soon. ¶ Marie Brophy Allard keeps in touch with Marilyn Burke O’Rourke, Sally O’Donnell Schoen and Joan Barrett Van Tassel. She proudly boasts of 2 great-grandchildren. ¶ We do have sad news. Dorothy Holly Connors lost her daughter Kathleen on Holy Thursday after a long fight with cancer. Condolences to you and your family, Dotty. We also lost 2 of our classmates: Antoinette Navarro Campbell passed away on May 4, and Patricia Donovan Bondelevitch in July. Our deepest sympathy to their friends and families. Both were active at Regis, as undergrads and as alumnae. They will be greatly missed.
✒Kathryn Cawley Driscoll, 5 Quisset
Brook Rd., Milton, MA 02186, 617-6985626, email@example.com ¶ We are
saddened to hear of the passing of two of our classmates who had not missed a get together since the day we left the campus: Helen Valle Binell and Mary Herman Driscoll. Helen kept us together for years by her connecting and planning. Mary was chauffeured by her loving husband to our luncheons as she entertained us with her stories and he waited patiently outside. ¶ Audrey Kendrick Richard is into Facebook with her 19 grandkids. She has taken up a new sport. She is the croquet champion in Sandwich and Falmouth. ¶ Mary Norton is enjoying Fuller House in Milton, but heading to Fort Myers right after Christmas. ¶ Kay Powers Leddy has the best pool in Falmouth according to her grandchildren. She’s proud to say she has not missed a Reunion. ¶ Sheila Post Dickson has left Cotuit and moved to North Hill. She comes to Marco Island for a winter visit. ¶ Claire Russell Megan spent time in Saratoga losing money at the racetrack. Her grandson had an internship at the White House this summer. ¶ Joan Clark Christie was the mother of the groom at her son’s wedding in Exeter, NH. Nancy Campbell Rouleau had a great Nantucket vacation with planning help by her son-in-law who is in business at the Island and has contacts everywhere. ¶ Connie Torrisi Miragliotta and Corrine Molloms Laroche took themselves to Williamstown to preview the new musical, “The Bridges of Madison County,” which is going to be in NY in January. ¶ Claire O’Connell McAuliffe, Claire Megan and myself are still kicking it up! Claire keeps saying we are back to square one and aren’t we lucky! ¶ Peggy Donnelly says, “I can’t believe
I’m 82 with many more blessings in view!” ¶ Mary Jane Lee O’Connor is in Michigan all these years and enjoys line dancing and the quickstep. She has to be in good shape! Here’s to the rest of us who have our own hips and knees- carry on. Life is good!
60th Reunion ✒Maureen Sullivan Carey, 1202
Greendale Ave., Needham, MA 02492. firstname.lastname@example.org, 781-449-2247 ✒Patricia Cronin Huie, PO Box 375, Humarock, MA 02047, pchuie@comcast. net, 781-834-7134 ¶ Would you believe
that we are about to celebrate our 60th Reunion from Regis? We hope that you will be able to attend the festivities in May 2014. Watch the mail for the latest information regarding the Reunion. ¶ Attending the Tower Luncheon in May were a few of our classmates: Mary Alvord Biette, Regina Mitchell Cantella, Cornelia Murphy Davidson, Joanne Hickey Johnson, Marianne Sanderson Shay, Catherine Tobin. ¶ Our Class President, Mary Roche Sullivan, had severe damage done to her vacation home in Scituate, which had been badly battered during the February blizzard. Fortunately, repairs were completed so that they were able to enjoy the ocean breezes during our very hot summer of 2013. ¶ Margaret Rogers Savage had the pleasure of her son Tim and his family back in the country as he was attending a course in D.C. at the State Department Language School to learn Mandarin for his next assignment in China. Two more sons, Kevin and Brian from California, joined them at Peg’s to celebrate the Fourth of July. Tim expects to be heading to China by Nov. Peg and Neil are off to Ireland shortly to attend a Genealogy workshop in Dublin and do some sightseeing in and around Dublin. ¶ Christina Duggan and Tara Brady from the Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations joined Joanne Hickey Johnson, Norma McNamara Quinn and Pat Cronin Huie
for lunch at Tabu on Worth Avenue, Naples, FL bringing the latest news from Regis. Other Florida news: Bettye Morrissey Neal celebrated her 81st birthday party with all of her family and friends. Best wishes and good health, Bettye! ¶ Travel Notes: Norma McNamara Quinn and her husband, Frank, took advantage of the summer to travel from their home in Saratoga Springs, NY to Cape Cod and the Equinox Hotel in Manchester, VT. Pat Huie had a great trip with her daughters and families to Salt Lake City, UT and Jackson Hole, WY. She says that this was another item checked off “her bucket list.” ¶ We had a great visit with our California family. Son Tim, his wife Tina, and Ryan, 15, and Megan, 12,
class spent the last 2 weeks of July with us. Joining us for their 1st week was our granddaughter, Milan, from Georgia. It was a lot of fun, but we notice that our “get-up-and-go” isn’t as peppy as before. ¶ Our prayers are extended to the families of Charlene Ryan Fitzgerald and Victor Pesek, husband of Dorothy Fraser Pesek who died recently. ¶ Don’t forget to send along your news to share with your classmates. ¶ Corrections to class of 1954 notes from Spring 2013: Rosemary Murphy Denmark had a bad fall recently, suffering a broken pelvis. After a period of rehabilitation, she is finally recuperating at home. She really would love to receive prayers, cards and notes from her classmates. Her address: 170 Celestial Way, 4–6, Juno Beach, FL 33408. She is looking forward to our Reunion in May. It seems that that the “elves” were snooping in the cyber-sphere between Needham and Weston while our spring notes were traveling to the Alumni office. They replaced Rosemary’s name with that of a Class of ’55 alum with a similar name. Apologies to all!
✒Peg Vincent Kelley, PO Box 1346,
Edgartown, MA 02539, 508-627-8596, email@example.com ¶ I asked those of
you whom I know how to contact if they had a bucket list—an unfulfilled wish. I want to go to Maui, because of a museum there that used to be a jail and that has local (Nantucket, New Bedford) graffiti on the walls, Jacqueline McLaughlin Gouse says. “You reached me on a happy day. We are getting ready to go to Virginia Beach for our 58th wedding anniversary. I am not quite ready to celebrate the big 80 since 8 is still the second number in my chronological age.” ¶ I have no bucket list. We have been fortunate to travel most of the world in better times, though Egypt, Turkey, Greece, and Israel were not part of our itinerary. Sadly missed. Living in a rural setting has been a delight, interesting, always changing with the seasons. For many years I have been dealing with glaucoma, but again feel fortunate to be able to have exceptional treatment and am doing well. I try to keep my mind working with the most difficult sudokus and enjoy the murder and mayhem (without gore) type of mysteries, via books, audio recordings, or dvds. I also try to hold on to good memories and look forward to making more, God willing. ¶ From Rosalie L’Ecuyer: Can’t think of a subject right now. My personal focus is on getting a new left knee on September 12. My old left knee, which is almost 80, has given out. The right knee, just the same age, seems to be doing OK. “Dem” bones of mine are creakin’. While I have never
been married and so have no children, I am always happy to hear about others’ children through your column. By now, our class probably has quite a crop of grand- and possibly greatgrandchildren. ¶ Our 60th anniversary is in 2015. Could we put one bucket wish into fruition for the Reunion? Would it be a way-out idea to have our Reunion away from Regis, say in Maui? ¶ One good idea might be to give more time to talk with one another, Friday evening to Sunday morning is such a limited time frame, especially since locals often only come to one event. A week with all attendees together would guarantee a lot of mixing, remembering, and catching up. We can’t escape the fact of our aging and inevitable gradual frailty and disappearance from the earthly scene. I can’t conceive of attending a 65th in 2020. ¶ How about an e-mail discussion group yearlong, class news online as the news happens? Even a discussion of doing something different for Reunion 2015 might be a topic. Sixty years survival, thanks be to God, is something to celebrate. Those who don’t have the physical strength to travel can participate in online chatter. What are your ideas about our next Reunion? What would you think about creating our own website, so that we could get together “online” all year long? Jacqui Cyr Lewis likes this idea; so does Anne Gallagher Deignan. ¶ As always, I close by asking you to remember all our classmates in your prayers, particularly Ellie O’Neil.
✒Gerry Dowd Driscoll, 7 Conant Rd.
#50, Winchester, MA 01890, 781-7297823, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶
Nineteen members from our class attended the Golden Tower Luncheon on Friday, May 17 on the Regis campus: Carol Bonner Connell, Candy Dillon Mattaliano, Marie Vasaturo White, Mary Anne Kent, Mary Lou Rawson, Mary Queeney Shinney, Mary Neilan Regan, Grace Foley La Due, Jane Nyhan Kelly, Bea Pattavina Sloan, Ann Flaherty Walsh, Mary Jo Coughlin O’Connor, Mary Rose Campbell, Mary Keenan, Marie Healy, Ginny Clark Kristo, Ann Marie Healy Sawyer, Margie Casey Mulcahy, and your reporter. It was great to see so many, especially Marie White, who was visiting from New Mexico. ¶ In her remarks at the Tower Luncheon, College President Antoinette M. Hays, PhD, RN spoke about renovations to the college library, bringing it more in line with the current thinking of libraries as places for collaboration and making accommodations for the advances in online research. We also heard about the new green space/quad planned for the upper campus. ¶ After the luncheon, Mary Lou Rawson conducted
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a brief class meeting. She noted that some of our classmates are unable to come to meetings because of illness and asked that they be remembered in our prayers. In particular she mentioned Sue Barker Oldmixon and Lorraine Talamona Celi. Mary Lou recommended Sunshine Fund donations be sent to Pat Turner Kelley, who does a wonderful job of sending remembrances to classmates who are ill and memorial donations to Regis in memory of deceased classmates. ¶ Margie Mulcahy shared the latest news about her grandson, Evan Thomas O’Shea, who joined his sister Leah a year ago. Grandmother-hood obviously agrees with her. Margie had the sad experience of traveling to Cockeysville, MD in March for the funeral of her good friend, our dear classmate Mary Alice Powers Garmer. ¶ Locally some of us attended the funerals of Joyce Dunn Higgins and Joyce Haggerty, both of whom died in April. In August, we lost another dear classmate Carol Ambrose HayesDonovan. Please remember our beloved classmates and their families in your prayers. ¶ Mary Keenan reported that Ann Henry Thompson and her husband have moved to New Hampshire to live with one of their children. ¶ Mary Keenan, Mary Lou Rawson, and Mary Rose Campbell attended an event at Regis honoring scholarship recipients where they had a chance to meet Tamara, this year’s recipient of the Sister John Scholarship. We had hoped to see Tamara at the Tower Luncheon but she had already committed to her
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new job in Social Services. ¶ A few of us met at the Regis Cape Cod Luncheon in August at the Wianno Club: Pat Kelley, Carol Scollins, Candy Mattaliano, Mary Regan, Mary Keenan, and me. Carol Bonner Connell had planned to join us for the luncheon, but she had a nasty fall the week before, ending up with multiple bumps and bruises as well as a painful fractured humerus. While she had to miss our luncheon, Carol reported that she hosted a long-planned family reunion of 53 family members a few days later. This reunion was also a farewell party for her son, David, who was heading to his diplomatic assignment in Istanbul in late August. Carol Scollins brought our best wishes to Carol as she delivered the centerpiece from the luncheon as well as a lovely silk flower arrangement, which Pat Kelley had sent on our behalf. Carol says “thank you” to all! ¶ Carol Connell’s mishap did not prevent her from sending along results of the Regis Fund 2012/2013. There were 18 donors to the Sister John Scholarship for a total of $4,408.89. There were 36 donors to The Regis Fund, $18,467.00. So the grand total for Regis ’56 was $22,875.89, with a participation rate of 57.32%. Congratulations to Carol for her work as Class Fund Agent and our thanks to all our donors. ¶ Dorothy Harrington Winrow made a Cape visit in August. She was sorry she could not join us but said she had a wonderful week with her family members, ages 2-81 years old. The children and grandchildren filled FIVE cottages for the family reunion. I see Dottie’s posts on Facebook and recently saw a lovely picture of Mary Daly Curtin posted. Betty Furze Trask is also a regular on Facebook, as is Marie White. It’s fun to see pictures of children and grandchildren. If you are on Facebook, please “friend” me. It’s a great way to keep in touch. ¶ Bea Pattavina Sloan spent the summer recuperating from heart surgery. She is doing very well and is grateful for all the visits, cards, prayers, and kind thoughts of our classmates. ¶ Pat Kelley enjoyed a 2-week late summer Baltic cruise with her niece, Natalie. ¶ Mary Jeanne Getzfread Sullivan is justifiably proud of her granddaughters. Colleen returned from Ecuador where she volunteered at Rostro de Cristo Mission this past year. Lauren, a recent Stonehill graduate, has gone to Costa Rica to serve at a Franciscan Mission for a year. A 3rd granddaughter, Caitlin, started at Stonehill this Sept. Must be in the genes, Mary Jeanne. ¶ In response to my request for “good reads” Mary Lou Rawson recommends some “light mysteries” by Diane Mott Davidson featuring a female caterer detective with recipes included. Carol Scollins enjoyed “Eminence”
by Morris West. (Remember him?) Our Winchester Reads Committee chose “The Sandcastle Girls” by Chris Bohjalian for the town-wide read, a gripping historical novel about the Armenian genocide of 1915. Shocking but excellent! ¶ Please keep in touch. I am always happy to pass on your news to those on my email list. Let me know if you would like to add your address. I also accept “snail mail” if you prefer to use the USPS.
✒Judy Sughrue, 47 Rosewood Dr.,
Stoughton, MA 02072, 781-344-3357, Nettiedog@comcast.net ¶ Members
of our class have kept involved in life in many ways: travel, luncheons, family gatherings, grandchildren, church and hobbies. Mary Ann Healey Villa has annual family gatherings at Sesuit Harbor. Her children who live in Texas join with those from Needham. Jeannnene Duenas Murphy has two children in Texas. She is still using her math skills at work. Now and then she speaks with Regina Yu. Barbara Gorham Lenox is rightly proud of her grandchildren. Her granddaughter recently graduated magna cum laude. Her grandson has been pursued by a Texas firm with many enticements and he is only entering his junior year. Barbara still gardens but takes more breaks these days. Beverley Ambrose Murphy assists her husband Paul in his retirement interest in restoring oak furniture. Peggy Griffin Dion loves to walk the beaches in Sandwich. Once a week she works in the local food pantry. Marion Feeney still lives in her family home which enables her to remain active in her parish and loyal to Islington. She meets with her childhood friend, Ginny McGagh, for lunch. Ginny has moved from the Cape to Linden Ponds in Hingham. Other classmates have moved: Janet Petty has moved from North Carolina to be nearer her brother in Georgia. Mary Lyn Eagan remains in North Carolina but has downsized and is very happy with her new apartment, which is good since she was homebound with shingles. I spent a week in Arizona with Elly Zee Zarotschenzeff Doyle. The Grand Canyon has been on my Bucket list for some time. Sue Butkiewicz Prusaczyk is our outstanding traveler for this issue. She is happy that her daughter has Sue’s love of different cultures. Sue who has Parkinson’s visited her in Japan and hopes to visit her in Hong Kong, where her daughter recently moved. ¶ Mac Hanlon O’Leary has been in MGH for many weeks with kidney problems. ¶ We remember Cathy Speer Howrigan as our caregiver and lover of Ireland, Janet Lordan Delany as a kind hostess, Bebe Gannon Brady as one who always arrived at our class gatherings with
so much enthusiasm, and Alice Collins whose quiet presence in the background actually made her noticeable. ¶ By the time that you read this have a joyful holiday.
✒ Carol Finnell Kenney, 23 Katy
Hatch Rd., Falmouth, MA 02540-2416, email@example.com ✒Joan Meleski Kenney, PO Box 33, Hyannis Port, MA 02647, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ For the first time in 55 years, Paula Kirby Macione’s name does not appear
at the top of this section. She was our 1st intrepid news-gatherer, and we thank her sincerely for her herculean efforts, and for keeping us connected. Even as she stepped down, she sent a few items of news, and even donated her brother, Robert Kirby, to visit with her classmates at the Tower Luncheon since she was unable to attend (she was on her 78th trip to New Orleans in the past 13 years!) ¶ The Tower Luncheon in May was a highpoint of our 55th Reunion. Attending were Betty Jarmulowicz Britt, Paula Buckley Buckley, Dorothy Madden Cannon, Tish Albiani Carney, Carole Vannicola Clark, Gail Oliver Corrigan, Carol Costa Doherty, Kay Rosicky Devlin, Elaine O’Connell Fitzpatrick, Dottie Hogan Hennessy, Pat Salmon Hillmer, Carol Finnell Kenney, Joan Meleski Kenney, Mary Jo Kilmain, Pat Kelly McNulty, Bonnie Coogan Moran, Nancy Norbedo Burke, Margaret Cahill Scanlon, Anne Smith Tobin, Lou Berube Williams and Donna Coffey Young. Lou, Paula and Kay were joined the next day by Peggy Carlan, Claire Sirois Foley, Maura McCarthy Grace and Frankie Boyle Nugent at the All-Alumni Luncheon. A grand time was had by all—thank you, Lou, for all you did to make our 55th Reunion so special. ¶ Following the Tower Luncheon, a class meeting was held in Maria Hall, and officers for the next 5 years were elected: Co-Presidents Lou Williams and Paula Buckley, Treasurer Mary Jo Kilmain, Class Reporters Carol Kenney and Joan Kenney, and Fund Agents Paula Buckley, Elaine Fitzpatrick, and Anne Tobin. It was nice to hear that, again, our class was one of the top contributors to the Regis Fund (formerly the Annual Fund), placing 9th in amount donated and 5th in participation of all Regis classes. Please consider making a gift of any amount to this year’s drive—just $5 will keep our participation figure climbing! ¶ In April, Paula Macione organized a mini-reunion for the hooded carpool plus a few Cape Codders at The Cove in W. Yarmouth. Donna Young, Mary Jo Kilmain, Carole Clark, Pat Hillmer, Paula Buckley and Joan Kenney enjoyed the visit. ¶ In June, the Upper Cape
55th Reunion ✒Maureen O’Connell Palmer,
525 Washington St., Apt 206, Hanover, MA 02339, 781-826-6525, Maureenpalmer59@hotmail.com ✒Liz Russell Bilafer, 15 Victoria Rd., Arlington, MA 02474, 781-648-0697, jlbilafer@ comcast.net ¶ We were deeply saddened
to receive the news of the death of our classmate, Marianna Doyle Hannigan. In the true Regis spirit, Marianna was for many years very active both in her community and in her church. Our condolences go out to her family and many friends, especially the class of ’59. ¶ Sociology majors: Pat Collins Smith, Gerry Chase, Loretta Chabot, Fran Dewire Calabro, Marilyn McDonnell Maguire, and Mariana have been getting together a few times each year since graduation. ¶ Our sympathy is extended to Margie Finn Morich on the death of her husband, Don, in May. Margie and Don had a great and loving partnership. They raised a wonderful family and gave a lot of their time volunteering together in the City of Chicago. Our sympathy also to Carol Donovan on the death of her sister Pat Bondelevitch ’52 in July. May they all
rest in peace. The June luncheon at Tom Shea’s in Essex was very wellattended. There were 13 of us enjoying the delicious food and lively conversation: Carol Donovan, Janice Canniff Monteith, Bunny Catalucci Hughes, Peg Harney Morrissey, Marie Cronin, Yvette LeBlanc Boyle, Janet Clements Lavey, Mary Ann Kennedy Smith, Liz Russell Bilafer, Barbara O’Neil Natale, Louise Foucher, Margaret O’Connell, and Pat Collins Smith. ¶ Louise Foucher came east for a few weeks to attend several family events, the most exciting of which was her son Matthew receiving a Special Olympic athletic jacket for winning the fast-walk event at a recent Special Olympic challenge on the South Shore. Matthew’s brother had been helping him train at a track in Braintree. Way to go, Matthew! ¶ Liz Bilafer met Kay Philbin Donovan at the Arlington Town Hall 100th Birthday Party in June. Kay has retired from Pope John XXIII High School in Everett, but doesn’t seem to really want to ever totally retire. She is now helping out her grandnephew in starting his new technical wiring company. ¶ Haydee Reichard-Cancio writes from Puerto Rico that she received an Honorary Doctorate in “Honoris Causa” in Humanities and Social Sciences from U of Puerto Rico. She also asks for prayers for a speedy recovery for Lourdes Perez-Pont who is recovering from two surgeries due to a broken elbow and broken hip. ¶ News from the last Soc Group luncheon: Loretta Chabot spent a month in Long Boat Key, FL last winter with friends from Cincinnati. Loretta lived in Cincinnati for many years after graduation. She is also planning a trip to Poland—the land of her grandparents. Fran Dewire Calabro is busy with her 2 granddaughters who live locally and travels frequently with Elderhostel. Pat Smith and husband Jim live 6 months a year in Florida and 6 months in Massachusetts. They have 6 grandchildren, 3 in Texas and 3 in Massachusetts. ¶ Maureen and Liz recommend The Orphan Train: A Novel by Christina Baker Kline. It’s a wonderful read especially if you have read The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty.
✒Mary Lou DeMaria Schwinn, 210
Osprey Villas Ct., Melbourne Beach, FL 32951; 909 Old Post Rd., Cotuit, MA 02635, 508-420-8998, mlschwinn@ comcast.net ¶ Our condolences to Eileen Smith Dragula, whose husband
passed away recently. They were to have celebrated their 50th anniversary this past Sept. Eileen reports she has begun some new activities to keep busy and her friends have been of great help. She is hoping to make a trip east
in the spring and would like to visit several classmates. ¶ After 24 years as a widow, Irene Demers Lamson married Mr. Chuck Johnson in Northampton, MA, on August 17. Between them they have 10 grandchildren, ages 2–15. Irene managed to find a “job” for each one of them in the wedding—the 2 year old played the tambourine in the recessional! Irene and Chuck enjoy cruising and for a honeymoon trip in Oct., they took the Queen Mary across the Atlantic followed by a week in Tuscany. Congratulations, Irene. ¶ Mary Jane Doherty Curran and husband, Donald, enjoyed a trip to Italy in the fall. Part of the trip included a cooking class as well as an audience with Pope Francis!! Mary Jane’s son, Tom Curran, spent time in Greenland working on the reality show Ice Cold Gold to be viewed on Animal Planet. ¶ In Sept., Mary Jane hosted a small gathering of alums at her Orleans, MA, home. Brenda McCrann, Anna Lamperti, Angela Regis Kravchuk, Laura Allen Rushton, and I enjoyed lunch at the Wequasset and an afternoon viewing old pictures on the Reunion video. ¶ Anna Lamperti reported that she is “not working, but is not retired.” That seems to be a good position for her as she has begun to knit lace and plans to work on banding Monarch butterflies. ¶ Lucy Ricker Sheehan enjoyed a trip to Scottsdale and Sedona, AZ with her daughter-inlaw and children. She spent an entire day at the Heard Museum that features Indian cultures. This brought back memories of her Lay Apostolate year. She highly recommends this museum. ¶ Living in Harwich on the Cape definitely agrees with Mary Grover Rossetti. She and her husband keep busy with gardening and their interest in local conservation issues. Mary still attends monthly Book Club meetings off Cape with Ann Hynes and Kay Brennan Keane. Mary was told about a “surprise” birthday trip to Ireland for the entire family including the 2, 3, 5, and 7-year-old grandkids! ¶ Chris Kennedy McCann, Elaine McNulty Sullivan and Catherine Keane Memory enjoyed joining other alumni at the Regis Tower Luncheon during Reunion Weekend in May. ¶ Regis is well represented in the Town of Mansfield, MA, where Sonia Mejia Walgreen is the President of the Council on Aging Board of Trustees and her husband, John, is a Trustee of the Public Library. ¶ Catherine Memory was recently elected Chairperson of the Mansfield Board of Health. Catherine’s career included 20 years as a school administrator. Currently she has a part-time position as Out of District Liaison for the Pembroke, MA, public schools. As a licensed psychologist, she brings the perspective of mental health as well as overall public health issues to her newly elected position. ¶ Laura
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Group got together in Hingham with Tish Albiani Carney, Pat Graham Kelly, Carol Finnell Kenney and Janet Duggan Hall. We missed Ina Catalanotti Roehr, Marilyn Dozois Rohrer and Marianne O’Connor Dwyer, who were unable to attend. Also, Margo Johnson Hughes was visiting in the area. Marilyn has moved from Martha’s Vineyard to Lake Winnipesaukee but meets regularly in the winter in Naples with Carol and Janet. ¶ August brought another gathering of classmates at the Cape Cod Summer Luncheon at the Wianno Club. Two tables were filled to overflowing with Class of ’58 members: Betty Britt, Paula Buckley, Tish Carney, Carole Clark, Carol Costa, Kay Devlin, Dottie Hennessy, Pat Hillmer, Carol Kenney, Joan Kenney, Mary Jo Kilmain, Pat McNulty and Lou Williams were joined by Pat Graham Kelly, Mary Reynolds Kennedy, Ann Maloney Leahy, and Pat Flanagan Neumann. Stories of personal and professional triumphs, grandchildren, health issues, and other strands from the tapestry of our lives were exchanged, and it was exciting to see so many new faces around the table—the tenacious bonds of the Class of 1958 endure. ¶ On a sad note, we mourn the death of our classmate Therese Reilly Simmons. She will be remembered at the annual Memorial Liturgy at Regis on November 17, 2013. ¶ Your new reporting team of Kenney & Kenney will strive to find all the news that we can gather—please drop either one of us a note or an email and let us know what is happening in your life.
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Allen Rushton announced the marriage of her daughter Molly to her wife, Tracy Dishman. The two work in Austin, TX, and Molly is a Story Producer for the reality show, Shipping Wars.
✒Kate Martin Hawke, 4 Rockland Rd.,
Marblehead, MA 01945, 781-639-3492, email@example.com ¶ Let us begin
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by remembering four of our dear classmates who died this past spring. Joan Petrell Trulli, Marjorie Donovan Bedard, Margaret Savage Hallissey and Judith Wilson Sullivan. Their bonds with Regis were strong. So many families contact the College to ensure that sad news like this is conveyed to those who remember these women as young, vibrant students. ¶ This June, Frank and I finally took a long anticipated trip to introduce 2 of our children and our 2 oldest grandchildren to their Irish cousins. Three generations of Hawkes spent many happy days with 2 generations of O’Sheas at the family home and in the West of Ireland. We hope the bonds will hold for many more generations. ¶ The Cape Cod luncheon held in August at the Wianno Club was a chance for Carroll Beegan Follas, Diane Doherty Anastasia, Agnes O’Hara Barrett and Anne O’Sullivan Collins to meet and catch up on news of their busy lives. ¶ In Sept., members of the class held a mini reunion in Ogunquit, ME. It is always amazing and gratifying to realize that our friendship is based on 56 years of shared experiences that began at Regis in 1957. After our days of eating, drinking, gabbing, laughing and crying, Judith King Weber and Elizabeth Sodini Turichi headed farther north to visit Kathleen Minihan Nauss at her home. ¶ This is a reminder of the Tower Luncheon at Regis on June 5, 2014. Hope to see some of you there. ¶ From Virginia Cunningham Byrne: She continues to teach acting and vocal communication at Notre Dame Academy in Worcester as well as courses in theater to the WiSE group based at Assumption College. She also directs the theater and heads the Arts Department. Her husband continues to “practice” law and insists he will stay with it until he “gets it down pat.” Three happy children: a teacher, a film producer and a drug counselor; 2 beautiful granddaughters: one an ice hockey goalie, and the other a budding artist.
✒Joanne Fitzgerald McCrea, 386
Essex St. #3, Salem, MA 01970, 978745-8448, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ Talked with Maureen Connelly shortly
after the death of Irish poet Seamus Heaney. She met him at the Yeats Summer School in Sligo in ’69. Sister
Thérèse Higgins, CSJ, was also there. Maureen’s friendship with Seamus and his family blossomed when he was at Harvard; he often did readings for Maureen’s classes at both Boston and Bridgewater State Universities and spoke at Irish events she was involved with the Eire Society, Kennedy, and Boston Public Libraries. Several former students contacted Maureen after his sudden death on August 30, and she began planning a celebratory commemoration for his 75th birthday at the Heritage Room at Bridgewater State, where Seamus once read. Maureen presented her Heaney and other collections to Bridgewater library last year. The Boston Globe’s Kevin Cullen, UMass Boston Professor Shaun O’Connell and other friends, colleagues and former students will share their remembrances of the Nobel poet the afternoon of his 75th birthday, April 13, 2014. Maureen’s former Fontbonne English teacher, Sister Thérèse, invited Seamus and he did a reading at Regis. ¶ Louise Luebbers Bain sends greetings from the State of Maine and hopes that everyone had a wonderful summer and that perhaps some visited Maine and Acadia National Park in Bar Harbor. She and husband Murray are located only 50 miles from the coast, and would love to see you anytime! On their quarter-acre lot, they have planted many varieties of dwarf conifers purchased over the years all over the country. Lou is celebrating her 55th high school reunion and is having two former classmates/neighbors stay for the weekend. One is traveling from CA for the festivities and they plan to return to their “old street” and revisit their childhood homes. Lou thanks everyone who worked so hard to make our 50th Reunion so special. “You warmed my heart!” Blessings to you all you from Lou. ¶ From Wyoming, greetings from Pat Lilley Runderberg, who was driving out east to Philly accompanied by Bob and Pepper to visit children. They are due back in early Oct., hopefully prior to snow fall. Bob had a serious accident in July, but is healed now due to huge help of their daughter, Karin, an OR nurse (Karin is the nurse who was at the Rose Bowl Parade that I mentioned last issue, not Una Foley Redgate’s daughter; sorry Pat and Una). ¶ Nancy Mullin sends greetings and reports that her youngest of 13 grandchildren, Roseleen Jay, named for her grandfather, began school this year. Nancy also said how wonderful it was to see so many classmates at our 50th Reunion. ¶ Barbara Loud, CSJ, is back teaching at Regis this semester and said how much she enjoyed our Reunion this past spring as she had taught so many of the younger alums. ¶ Barbara Klarman Summers writes that she has been absorbed this summer with music
ensembles, classical, and recently jazz. She was busy with visiting grandchildren for 6 weeks. She is looking forward to her 50th reunion with Peace Corps colleagues in Provincetown, whom she hasn’t seen since ’64. ¶ Mary McCauley Higgins returned from Maryland, having enjoyed the ocean with grandchildren and family. In Aug., Mary joined many Regis alumni at the Regis College Cape Cod Luncheon at the Wianno Club in Osterville. Joining Mary were Ann McManus Joyce, Susan Donnelly Riley, Kathy McAdams Hughes, Mary Lord Mahoney, Eleanor Forrest Fisher and Pat Cusack Morrison. Everyone enjoyed “catching up.” ¶ Sue Riley shared her exciting news that her oldest grandson joined the Regis freshman class this year. ¶ Alumni Reunion this past May was great. For the first time Regis hosted an AllAlumni Dinner on Saturday during the Reunion Weekend. Ann McManus Joyce, Sister Barbara Loud, CSJ and Mary McCauley Higgins joined with many other classes to celebrate our 51st Reunion. They attended Mass celebrated by Fr. Paul Kilroy followed by a dinner buffet and entertaining music. Mary will be visiting with family throughout the upcoming Holiday Season. ¶ Una Foley Redgate also had a busy summer with volunteer work, church fairs, and golf tournaments. She and Leo planned to visit Judy Fallon Reilly on Cape Cod. They will travel the next 3 seasons. ¶ Peggy Sands Murphy wrote that she and Paul took a trip this past spring to Ireland with their church group. They are planning another trip to Italy next spring with the same group and hope to have an audience with the Pope. They are enjoying retirement, living in an over-55 community in NH. ¶ Helene Swiatek Savicki said summer was fabulous entertaining 6 visiting granddaughters on the Cape, ranging from almost 8 to 10 months. She anticipates a trip to Harry Potter World in September with age 8. She and Bill are proud to share the news that son, Michael, received the “Spirit of the Games” Award at the National Veteran Wheel Chair Games in Tampa in July. The Cup took up the entire back seat of his van. He has participated in these games for over 20 years and won numerous medals. He and his parents were overcome with this honor.
✒JoAnne Dufort, 24 Notre Dame
Ave, Allenstown, NH 03275, 603-4855014, email@example.com ¶ It is hard to
believe our 50th Reunion has come and gone. A great time was had by all attendees. On Friday night, we had a Liturgy service, which included family members of the deceased. Following the Liturgy, cocktails and dinner
50th Reunion ✒Virginia McNeil Slep, 40 Jeffrey Rd.,
Wayland, MA 01778, 508-358-2478, firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Barbara Bye Murdock, PO Box 266, Little Compton, RI 02837, 401-635-4876, barbara@ murdockadvisors.com ¶ Planning has
already begun for our 50th Reunion on May 16, 17 and 18. About 15 of us have been meeting monthly since July to plan the events. It’s time to begin planning to join us. We’re hoping that
A Reminder Class notes for the Spring 2014 issue are due to the Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations by February 1, 2014; each class is limited to 750 words. Notes received after the deadline will run in a later issue. You are invited to submit articles and news that are of interest to your classmates. If you know of an alumna/us who would make an interesting feature story, please let us know. News may be submitted directly to your class reporter or to the Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations by emailing classnotes@ regiscollege.edu or mailing: 235 Wellesley St., Box 30, Weston, MA 02493.
all of our classmates will come back to Regis for the festivities. Here are a few things you should know: First, we’re looking for memorabilia. We’re asking for photos, movies, videos of our days at Regis (graduation, Cap and Gown Day, Junior Weekend, Senior Prom, or even of our more recent Reunions). You can send the item—or scan photos and send them by computer. The college archivist, Sister Mary Rita Grady, CSJ, is a member of our class, and she has offered to serve as the collection point for all these items. You can mail them to or email them to: Sister Mary Rita Grady, CSJ, Archivist, Regis College, 235 Wellesley Street, Weston, MA 02493, email@example.com ¶ Second, we’re looking for people to join committees to help us organize the event. Judy Higgins Donohue is chairing the Promotion committee from Florida, so distance is no excuse! We’d love to have your help and input for these committees: Hospitality, Memorabilia, Liturgy, Parade, Fundraising. If you live close enough to attend our planning luncheons, let us know and we’ll be sure to send you an invitation. You can contact the Reunion chairperson, Pat Luben O’Hearn, at pohearn2@ verizon.net ¶ Third, please be certain we have your email address. Send it
to Barbara or to me (Virginia) so we can maintain contact with you. Judy Donohue is planning a Reunion website just for us, which she will update weekly, and we want to be able to contact you with such information. ¶ Fourth, please send Barbara or me any contact information you may have on classmates that are listed in the Regis records as “lost”: Mary Crane Abatsis, Monica Belliveau Kane, Carolyn Capra Ryan, Mary Daniels Adams, Cathann Gammons Johnson, Linda Hanley Morris, Joanne Murphy Kiley, Mary McNamara Willey, Lois Pellicelli McHugh, Eleanor Rizzo Morris, Sharon Smith Brainard. ¶ And finally, Regis is planning to offer assistance to anybody who needs it because of physical limitations. There will be golf carts to transport classmates who may have mobility issues; the College will arrange to pick you up at train stations; there will be people to help anybody in a wheelchair, or anybody with vision problems. All you have to do it let us know. Dorm rooms will be available if you want to stay at the College, but rooms will be set aside at a local hotel if you prefer to leave your “dorm days” in the past. ¶ We hope you’re getting the idea that Regis REALLY wants all of us to come back for the 50th Reunion. ¶ And here are the class notes: Shelly Hackett Phipps wrote to me (Barbara Bye Murdock) unsolicited! Great to hear from Shelly as she is so enthusiastic about returning for our big 50th! Shelley and her partner Cathy had a whirlwind tour of the eastern Atlantic region this summer: “We had great adventures, learned some history, visited family, friends, professional colleagues and spent a few hours with Joan Fricker Burritt in Greer, SC, and Maureen Shea Dolan in Falmouth. In Tucson, Cathy and I are continuing with the house renovations and I am getting fit for my 2 USTA competitive tennis teams.” ¶ I wish to update you on the article in Regis Today last fall, “Alumnae Featured in Famous Photograph.” Gary Winogrand, acclaimed photographic artist, captured 6 of us, classmates of ’64 sitting on a bench at the end of the day, after we toured the 1964 World’s Fair. My roommate Mary Crane Fahey discovered this photograph several years ago. Mr. Winogrand passed away in 1984 and today there is heightened interest in his photographing women during the ’60s. His works are also featured in a book, “Women are Beautiful.” This photograph has appeared in a special exhibit at the MFA in Boston in 2011, at San Francisco’s MOMA, and this fall at the Worcester Art Museum. A review of the Worcester exhibit is featured in the WSJ, Sept. 12, 2013, D5. The Winogrand exhibit will continue in 2014 at the National Gallery in DC and at the Met of in NYC. We six are Karen
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were served in the Foyer. ¶ Our class contributed over $150,000 for our gift to Regis, with the majority of our class members contributing. A scholarship endowment was set up as well. ¶ One of our deceased members Jane Buckley Firla was honored on Aug. 18, with the Buckley Blvd named for her. The road runs along the perimeter of Morrison House, winding out past the Spellman Stamp Museum. Her husband, Bill, generously made a special donation to the College in her honor. ¶ Another classmate, Sister Ellen Powers, was honored with the 2013 Alumni Excellence Award at the Sat night dinner. ¶ One of the benefits of working on the Reunion committee was talking to classmates that had not been heard from. Georgine Volkommer Elsman lives in Charlotte, NC. She would have liked to make the Reunion but wasn’t able to. Another classmate, Judy Krampitz Ream, is living in MN. Connie Barton O’Brien is in Plymouth, MA, and enjoying retirement. Mary Jayne Higgins Johnson was married July 27, 2006 but sadly lost her husband Erle last winter. She is living in Roseville, CA. Joan Iverson Gallivan has moved from an 11-room house, having lived there 47 years, to a 4-room apartment in Norton, MA. ¶ Ann Hughes Restivo asked to remind you about the “Prayer Line,” which is a request for prayers for anyone who needs them. You can get more information from Ann at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 781-2725682. ¶ Please call or email me when you have any news. I will be travelling in Nov. for 3 weeks, visiting Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos. ¶ Jean Harrington Gefteas has retired from years of teaching in her hometown, Canton. She’s enjoying time with her grandchildren, tutoring, and vacations with her husband, Bill. Chatham and Popponesset are favorite spots. The Lay Apostolate year in St. Thomas, V.I. remains a life-changing milestone. ¶ It is with much sadness that Barbara Groncki Audino reports that her son, Frank L. Audino, 50, passed away unexpectedly Aug. 2. Please keep him and the family in your prayers.
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Johnson Celi, Audrey Dalton Gorman, Mary Crane Fahey, Fredda Callahan Megan, Barbara Bye Murdock, Louise Brennan Murray. Don’t miss the exhibit
✒Kathleen McCaffrey Ford, 491 Everett St., Westwood, MA 02090, 781-3268273, Mixief@verizon.net ¶ Sadly, I
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report the death of our classmate and friend Janet Sline Heimbuch. Janet and husband Kenneth lived in Omaha, NE. She is also survived by her daughter Lisa Fox and husband Chris, son David Heimbuch and wife Vanessa Lampe Heinbuch, grandchildren Drew, Jake, and Brooke Fox and Zoe Heimbuch, as well as her brothers Richard and Paul Sline and an aunt Eleanor Sline. ¶ In the fall, Mary Ellen Lavenberg was eagerly anticipating a most difficult spiritual adventure of a lifetime, a 500-mile hike the spiritual Way of Saint James in northwest Spain. In order to celebrate her courage in undertaking this personal challenge and acknowledge her Regis roots, many members of our class pledged support by donating to the Class of 1965 Fund. In the spring, the trustees of our 50th Reunion Class Gift Fund will host a luncheon and a slide show of Mel’s journey. ¶ Class President Katherine Moynihan McGovern and her husband Bernie have become permanent residents of Fort Myers, FL. They will continue to spend summer months in Manchester, CT. ¶ Kathleen Davis Sparrough and husband Michael were looking forward to the birth of their first grandchild in Oct. ¶ A few years ago Joanne Massey Howes engaged in some genealogy research that unveiled several 2nd cousins. Joanne relays her summer highlight: a trip to Ireland to meet them. She and her husband Dick traveled with family for a 5-day reunion attended by over 125 second cousins and their families. ¶ In the fall, Carole Groncki McCarthy and husband Ken planned to travel to Warsaw to pursue Carole’s quest to research family roots. ¶ Again this year, our class had an impressive turnout at the annual Cape Cod Luncheon, which was held in Aug. at the Wianno Club in Osterville. I was joined by Barbara Doran Sullivan, Deidra Casey, Kathleen Frawley Phillips, Anne Marie Fontaine Healey, Patricia Gaumond Kasierski, Sharon Gibbons Riordon, Carole McCarthy, Kathleen Henighan, Anne Heron Healy, Gail Hoffman Burke, Marie Shatos , Mary Ellen Lavenberg, and Katherine McGovern. ¶ Paula Danca Lane forwarded an update written by Dorothy DeVincent Pittorino. Dorothy notes that besides a great education, Regis gave us a circle of friends that we have treasured for nearly 50 years;
they still laugh and enjoy their Regis stories, discuss the latest books, share recipes, and chat about their children and grandchildren. She and Paula get together with Joanne Ansaldi Pyne, Maureen Boyle Butler, Maura Turco Dwyer, Marie Van Buren Mee, Janet White Case, and Carol Wollaston Peecha on a regular basis. Last summer Dot, Carol, and husbands took a river cruise in Eastern Europe. The group’s big annual event is a 3-day visit to Carol’s Cape home. This year to celebrate their 70th birthdays, they plan to go to DC to visit Janet. ¶ I received a “hello” to the Class of ’65 from Patricia Minichino Licklider. After 43 years, Pat is about to retire from teaching English at John Jay College. She is looking forward to spending more time with her daughter’s infant twins, Nancy and Malcolm. Pat and husband Roy love living in NYC. Roy continues to commute to Rutgers where he teaches International Relations, specializing in civil wars around the world. Every summer, they enjoy a month in Maine. ¶ In late Aug., I ventured to NY for a visit with Joanne Massey Howes and Louise Sciubba Young.
✒Betsy Burns Griffin, 38 Pine Ln.
Framingham, MA 01701, 508-877-8826, email@example.com ¶ Season’s
greetings! In Aug., 22 classmates met at the home of Eileen McCann Wickham in Harwichport and talked non-stop for 6 hours—perfect. ¶ Great to see Jane McCarthy Smith and Joan Dorgan Jordan, first-timers at the Cape potluck. Joan lives at Pine Hill in Plymouth, MA, after 31 years in Medfield. ¶ Class Regis Fund rep Beth Healey Kossuth happily reported that our class had 50% participation in fiscal 2012–13, contributing $41,166—excellent for a non-Reunion year. Eileen Gaquin Kelley retired from St. Francis Xavier Prep in Hyannis in June—40 years of teaching, all told. ¶ Jo-Anna Rapp-Holden’s daughter was married last May, and Jo-Anna requested (no, insisted) that guests Diane Valenti Liebmann and Susan Airoldi Kalloch wear their own “mother-of-the-bride/groom” dresses to the event. What a good idea! ¶ In October, Mary Lou Collins and Anne Ross Baxter co-hosted a get-together in Georgetown for the D.C. area ’66ers. ¶ Lida McMahon Harkins, still working at the Massachusetts State House, has begun a side business as a travel organizer, taking a group (including Mary Adams) to Normandy and Paris in October. ¶ Sister Ann Christine, CSJ, also a 1966 graduate of Regis but from the “Framingham Campus,” came to the Cape party and expressed the hope to interest some of her fellow grads to participate in the 50th Reunion. ¶
From Eileen Dooley: “In August, 19 classmates at the U of Chicago from the late ’60s/early ’70s met in Gaithersburg for a reunion after 40 years—it was like yesterday!” Anne Bernson wrote, “In March 2014, to celebrate turning 70, Susan Hennessey Kobayashi, Nancy Greene Barry, Mary McAuliffe and I will cruise from Buenos Aires to Santiago.” ¶ From Kathleen Sullivan: “I remember going to a 5th or 10th Reunion and seeing the blue-haired ladies celebrating their 50th—thinking I’d never get that old...” Kathleen wrote from “WAY downeast South Addison, ME,” where “the news is about being lucky. And grateful.” And we can reassure her, no blue-haired ’66ers! ¶ Irene Megan Norian reports from Middlebury, VT, that she and Roger “hosted multiple sessions of Camp Midd for various clusters of our 10 grandchildren” last summer. ¶ Donna Page Sytek was recognized by the Manchester Union Leader last June for her work “improving our way of life in New Hampshire” and in Oct. received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the NH Business and Industry Association. “Although these sound like end-of-life accolades, I’m still going strong (albeit with a rolling walker).” ¶ Esther Long Krapf was recovering from a hip replacement and still using a cane in September—better now, we hope. ¶ Nancy Corcoran, CSJ reports that she and 829 other sisters attended the Leadership Conference of Women Religious (LCWR) in Orlando in August. Guest speaker Bishop Sartain answered all audience questions by saying only that he would work with LCWR presidents. ¶ Eleanor Merrigan Olsen is active in the Virginia Beach area DAR and the VA Mayflower descendants. Her goal: to attend the 400th anniversary of the Plymouth landing  with her 5 grandchildren. ¶ From Louisville, KY Carol Cardillo Young wrote about continuing her life’s work resettling refugees in the US in retirement by consulting for the State Department, evaluating refugee agencies all over the country. Happy 2014, friends!
✒Carolyn Sammartino Moran, PO Box
43, Oak Bluffs, MA 02557, 617-921-5759, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ Condolences of the class to Phyllis Mae Carberry Mueller
on the deaths of her mother in Aug. and mother-in-law in April. Mrs. Helen Carberry was 104, the oldest Franklin resident, and taught for 40 years. With the care of Pam and her husband Joseph, she lived in her home for 92 years. She had been pictured in BU’s Bostonia magazine on the occasion of her 100th birthday. Pam had a career change from teaching and worked for IBM as a software engineer until her
class retirement. ¶ Condolences also to Mary Kenney Burke on the passing of her
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joined families. Linda retired in 1999 as Director of Facilities for Comverse Network Systems, Reading, to care for her mom. She keeps in touch with Jean Burns Terio. When we spoke, she was planning a trip to Plymouth to visit her son, and hoped to join the Regis group at the Chateau in Waltham where we get together about monthly. ¶ If you would like to be on the email list to get notices, please contact Mim Riley Flecca at email@example.com. Get in touch with Mim or Ellen Kearns at ekearns@ constangy.com with ideas for our 50th. ¶ A picture of Mimi Bowler, US District Court Magistrate Judge, graced the cover of the Sept. 4th Massachusetts Lawyers’ Weekly regarding a recent decision she made about whether a law firm can be held liable under the state consumer protection laws in connection with suing condo owners who are not current on monthly condo fees. Mimi also wrote in about a major life event: “In April, shortly after returning from a trip to Capetown and a safari in the northern part of Kruger National Park on the border of Mozambique, I confronted one of the most dramatic professional experiences of my judicial career. As the emergency judge on call on April 15, I became involved in the Boston Marathon bombing case, which included signing the charging instrument and reading the defendant his rights at his hospital bedside. Over the
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mother in Feb. Mrs. Kenney was living in FL and Mary made frequent trips from NJ to assist in her care. I have fond memories of camping with Mary and her family when we were students. After Regis, Mary worked for Bell Labs, got a master’s in computer science from Stevens Institute of Technology, NJ, and has taught at Ocean County College for 42 years. She and her husband have been married 44 years, have 2 daughters and 2 granddaughters, and spend time in winter at their home on Emerald Isle, NC. ¶ Congrats to Anna Cavanaugh Prentiss on her June 22nd wedding to Robert Gilbert Prentiss in Voorheesville, NY. Both previously widowed, they met while ballroom dancing, and honeymooned in Naples and Palm Beach, FL. Patti McCurry Morley and Don, and Chris Dalton McCann were guests at her wedding. Anna is a retired elementary teacher, and her husband is now in the antiques business. Together, their blended family consists of 4 children and 7 grandchildren. ¶ Marlene Gibbons Wilkey and Richard’s son Daniel is marrying Meghan Von Rembow, a classmate he met while both were students at Columbia U. The Oct. wedding is planned for the Botanical Gardens in Brooklyn. Marlene is substitute teaching in Sandwich, and heard from Arlene Pelkey Sample who was preparing for the wedding of her younger daughter. ¶ Paula Dempsey Beauregard and Jim welcomed twin grandchildren Claire and Nolan on February 5, and they join siblings Adrienne, 5, and William, 3, in daughter Danielle and her husband John’s busy Concord home. Paula and Jim are happy to help there on a regular basis, and they have now moved into their new home in Millbury. Danielle and children were featured on a “Chronicle” television program about a Concord children’s bookstore. ¶ Paula, Marlene, and I enjoyed the Regis summer luncheon, met students, and heard encouraging news of programs and technology. ¶ Barbara DiRusso retired from social work 7 years ago, and is caring for her 98-year-old mother in her mom’s Leominster home. Barbara worked for 6 years before coming to Regis, earned a master’s in social work from Boston College in 1969, and then worked for Catholic Charities in the SomervilleCambridge area. She also went to the BU School of Medicine and ran support groups there. ¶ Jane Ryan Wessen is working on her 50th reunion from Cathedral High School, Boston, and retired 2 years ago as department chair in world languages at Notre Dame Academy, Hingham. She and her husband Bob have 4 children, and
travel to see a daughter in Denver, a son and 2 ½-year-old grandson in SC, and two sons in Boston. Jane also tutors, is traveling to Ireland in April, and led trips to France when she was teaching. When I spoke with her, she was coming in from working in her garden. ¶ Kathleen Lynch O’Donoghue visited Jane this July at her Hingham home, and Kathy now lives in FL after many years of living in Saudi Arabia, Greece, and other places where her husband was an engineer, and Kathy at one point taught computer technology at an American school in Athens. Kathy and her husband have 3 children. ¶ Jane also planned to see Mary-Ellen Driscoll Deasy when she came from Ireland mid-September. Mary is married, lives outside of Dublin, and has 3 children including a daughter living in Medford. Last time Jane was in touch with Peggy Friel Sittig she was teaching at Catholic Memorial in West Roxbury, and chairperson of the world languages department. ¶ Frances X. Hogan was presented with the US Conference of Catholic Bishops 2013 People of Life Award by Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley on August 4th for her lifetime commitment to the pro-life movement. In her full-time work, Fran is a law partner with Lyne, Woodworth and Evarts where she has been since 1970, and helps to provide affordable housing and economic development for people with low incomes. ¶ I met Elaine Simeone Pace and Dan at the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair, and they are looking forward to the birth of their 4th grandchild. Elaine is involved in teaching memoir writing, and has written her own memoirs. She was a superintendent of schools in New Jersey, and later principal of West Tisbury School, and is now retired spending time between the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Sanibel in FL where they enjoy winter. ¶ The 1st husband of Ellen Roche Kurcis died, and she later married Wayne Kelly, also widowed, in 2005. She had previously taught his daughter. Together they have a blended family of 6 children and 3 granddaughters. Ellen received a master’s for teachers of English from Georgetown U, and taught at the innovative HB Woodlawn School in Arlington, VA where she still lives. It is a public school where teachers served as advisors, and students helped select staff. Ellen retained the name Kurcis at the request of her children, retired and now has some time for travel, including visits to her mother who is 98 and living at Notre Dame du Lac in Worcester. ¶ Linda Schiavone Bye and her husband Richard have enjoyed golfing in Calabash, NC for 8 years, live right on a golf course, near her daughter and sister. They have 6 children and 6 grandchildren in their
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following months, further proceedings followed about which I cannot write at this time. I had a break in June when my husband was honored by the Austrian Cardiac Society in Salzburg and again in late August, when I performed a wedding on the Isle of Capri and squeezed in visits to Herculaneum and Pompeii.” ¶ George and I sold our Brookline home, are living in Oak Bluffs, and preparing the first floor of our daughter’s Roslindale two-family for our eventual Boston residence. It has been 50 years since we entered Regis, and I suggest the movie The Butler which will bring back memories of historic times of our lives. I recall being in S. Alphonsine’s history class on November 22, 1963 when an announcement came to report to the chapel, and together we mourned the death of President Kennedy. Fifty years of enduring friendships have helped us with all of these big and small moments of our lives. Please keep in touch. ¶ From Anne Hosinski Madden: Andy and I are both fine and very happy. He continues his Portland Police detective work, and has added one day a week with the IRS. We took our second Viking River cruise (Paris to Prague) this spring. I HIGHLY recommend them. I continue with my civic activities—one fun thing was working to elect Suzanne Bonamici as our new congresswoman. MOST fun was adding hula dancing to my water aerobics and yoga workouts. I have joined a kupuna (elders) class and love it all—it’s a cultural immersion besides glorious dancing. Well, the teacher dances gloriously. Gardening is a continuing joy; the Pacific Northwest has just the best climate for it, something like England. The grandchildren are all doing well. I had Ali, 13, and Luke, 10, every Monday this summer. Everett, 5, and Edmund, 3, are bundles of fun. Daughter Katie was featured in billboards for Special Olympics! Her PHAME Academy went on an 8-day bus tour, was featured in a new documentary film, and put on another spectacular Gala, raising $175,000. We celebrated her 40th birthday in grand style—what a gift she has been to us all, wrapped in a package of Down syndrome. ¶ After a fulfilling career as a teacher for over 20 years, I became a math consultant and traveled the country for 8 more years. Then decided TIME TO RETIRE. Now a volunteer quilting for Quilts for Kids, feeding homeless at a shelter, knitting for preemies at the hospital, and still find time for bridge and tennis. Our 3 children are busy with their families in Dallas, Seattle and San Antonio. Grandchildren are in middle school and high school; yikes time flies even faster these days. God has granted us both good health and so we travel far
and wide whenever we can. Our latest trip was a great one to visit Cuba. Hope to see some of you at our 50th. Ellen Collier Szecsy ’67
✒Patricia Nelson Cross, 904-823-
1394, 161 Oak Ave., St. Augustine, FL 32095, 904-823-1394, tricia.cross915@ gmail.com ¶ Our 45th Reunion was
a great success! Thanks to the staff in the Regis Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations for making our requests become reality. Our Regis Reunion Committee, greatly assisted by Carroll Follas and Marcia Spivey of the Regis staff, were continuously helpful. The committee consisted of President Nancy Brine Fredrickson, Judy Murphy Lauch, Marcia Carey Walsh, Mary Beth Govoni Cormier, Nancy Wilson Irwin, Susanne Shaw, and yours truly. Friday evening was a delightful gathering. Food provided by the Regis catering service was enjoyed. It was wonderful to see Ginny Guiliani Davis. Ginny has 1 daughter, Laura, and is an RN in Radiation Oncology at Mt. Auburn Hospital. We had a good group of 20 or so who enjoyed catching up in the beautifully renovated Angela Hall Lounge. President Toni Hays paid us a surprise visit, and all were very impressed by her warmth and enthusiasm. ¶ Saturday started early for some who walked/ ran around campus, others attended an alumni presentation in College Hall, then all gathered for the Parade of Classes. There is a great picture on the Regis website of Maryanne Skeiber Burtman, Nancy Fredrickson, and Sandy Kowalski Diaferio carrying the banner. Those who attended at least 1 event of the Reunion Weekend were: Marlena Belviso Santomero, Barbara Bouchard Haggerty, Nancy Fredrickson, Elizabeth Brush Petzke, Marcia Walsh, Claire Dibbern Hallisey, Clare Doyle Hayes, Dawn-Marie Driscoll, Katherine Finucane May, Linda Gaioni Dranchak, Jeannie Gianturco Jaroszewski, Virginia Davis, MaryBeth Cormier, Ellen Grimes Aamodt, Ellen Kelly Biordi, Sandra Diaferio, Katharine Lilly Engle, Marion Marascio Voorheis, Kathleen McFarland Kelly, Joanne McKeough Eldred, Judith Lauch, Mary Murray Early, Tricia Nelson Cross, Maryanne Burtman, Jo Sullivan, Christine Wende Knoll, Marsan Wilding Patton, Nancy Irwin, Nancy Zamierowski, and Joanne Zandi Clifford. ¶ A highlight was the class meeting. Organized by Judy and Tish, it was a great opportunity to visit, learn about the College, and then Tish initiated conversation about life challenges, family, careers, retirement, and other topics. Several classmates offered insights: Linda Dranchak described turning her love and talent for quilting into a
successful business, finishing quilts made by clients around the country. Clare Hayes, mother of 2 boys, told us of her fulltime commitment to a clinic, named in honor of her late husband, that has grown over the last few years. She is happy she returned to fulltime work in a meaningful way. Joanne Zandi Clifford, mother of 1 son, told of the sadness of losing 2 husbands. Her move to delightful Dennis, MA, was a positive step and she is enjoying her busy life. Tish told us about her company coaching and counseling executives and organizations in Germany and beyond. Her success proves she is the perfect person for such a career. Other things we learned: Marsan is excited planning daughter Avery’s summer wedding, which will be held at their Duxbury home, Mary Murray is a serious Zumba enthusiast, Marlena Belviso, our ’68 yearbook editor, flew up from Wynnewood, PA, accompanied by her husband, had good visit with Sister Marie de Salles. Also attending the luncheon were Sister John Regis and Sister Cecelia Agnes, 2 of the most popular nuns, especially to science and math majors. Sister Cecelia Agnes surprised us all by reading a get-well card that 10 of us sent to her when she was hospitalized during our senior (I think) year. She had saved it all these years! At the close of the meeting Class Officers were elected. President: Judy Lauch, Fund Agent: Marcia Walsh, Class Reporter and 50th Reunion Chair: Tricia Cross. The Saturday evening dinner was reportedly very well-attended with a surprising 25% of revelers from classes other than Reunion classes. ¶ The Reunion was so much fun that some locals decided to get together for lunch in Waltham in mid-July. Nancy Zamierowski, Nancy Fedrickson, Claire Hallisey, Ellen Aamodt, Mary Beth Cormier, and Judy Lauch. Nancy Zamierowski has retired as Asst. Superintendent of Boston public schools and is enjoying the opportunity to travel. Nancy Fredrickson is back on her motorcycle (!) and also doing a good job posting pictures on our Facebook page. Mary Beth is looking forward to her son Jimmy, a biochemical scientist, getting married. ¶ The Regis College Cape Cod Luncheon was held at the Wianno Club in Osterville on Aug. 8. Attending were: Claire Hallisey, Judy Lauch, Barbara Murphy, Tricia Cross, Anne Marie Tucker Brooks, Marcia Carey, Mary Beth Cormier, Joane Clifford and yours truly. It was wonderful to see Barbara and Anne Marie who we had not been to a Regis function in years. Barbara retired as Director, Fidelity Investments and is active in her parish. She enjoys spending time with family on the Cape and lives in Southboro. Anne Marie has 5 children and holds a PhD from the U
45th Reunion ✒Linda Garstka Daigneault, 300 Forker Blvd., Sharon, PA 16146, 724-342-5306, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ I’m sure you all
received your save-the-date magnet. Yes, that’s right! It’s our 45th Reunion! Start making plans now. Contact your “old” roommate and your friends. I (and I’m sure you as well) can’t believe it’s been almost 45 years since College Hall, wearing “beanies” and a toothbrush around our neck, signing out and signing in, curfews, the mad dash to get into the dining room, mystery meat, trench coats over our gym clothes, no jeans, etc. Oh, and the big one….No Men! ¶ It made us who we are today. We ARE the mature group of women we were always awed by at previous Reunions or functions at Regis. Welcome to Senior Citizen Discounts and all the good and not-so-good that comes with it. ¶ I hope you will all consider coming to the Reunion. ¶ Also please consider being Class Reporter. My husband has just recently retired and we plan to do a lot of traveling and together activities. I would appreciate it if someone took over the position. You can let me know by email or call 724342-5306. If you need more time, let me know at the Reunion.
✒Nora Quinlan Waystack, 978-3144416, email@example.com ¶ Thank you to all who sent us news keeping us informed about life after our Regis graduation. With sadness we report the loss in Feb. 2013 of our dear friend and classmate, Marite Kelly Koch. Marite’s wit, intelligence, and kindness touched us all. Our deepest sympathies go out to Marite’s family. ¶ Carol Giacomo reflecting on the passing of Sister Jeanne d’Arc has submitted a piece to Regis notes online sharing “two experiences that have informed my life and career.” (see Regis class notes online). ¶ Barbara Carley Deutmeyer attended the U of NH after her Regis graduation and earned a MA in German. On the first day of class, she met her husband Jim Deutmeyer from Iowa. They have been married and living in Iowa for 42 years. They travel from city to city to stay connected with their 3 children, Hans in Brooklyn, Kristin in Chicago, and Kurt in Denver, as well as grandchildren Eleanor and Ben. Barbara retired after teaching German for 32 years and is currently enjoying the new challenge of teaching 2 online classes to students all over the world. She is thrilled by this wonderful transition into retirement: “I love it. I have students who come from all over, recently in China and Mexico.” And she is still able to have coffee with friends and travel. ¶ Anne Finigan Doane is living in Lake Bluff, IL, with her husband Carl and working on her bucket list. Their son Eric along with his wife and children, Genevieve Elizabeth and Brigitte, reside in their nearby home just in front of Anne and Carl’s house. Anne’s son Nathan is a lawyer and works in Virginia. During this summer when the family got together there were 6 or more adults, 2 children, and 6 dogs all in 2 houses on 2 acres of land. Anne taught for 12 years in the Chicago Catholic schools and is currently substituting in 2 public school districts. She is the Executive Director of a new not-for-profit, Kids Rank. The organization was “founded on the premise that military children deserve to be recognized both for their resilience and sacrifice; as their families move, and they change schools.” For fun Anne is working on her 3rd family history book, as well as painting and selling her art work. She specializes in scenes from Cape Cod and her hometown of Concord, MA. Members of the Class of 1970 are invited to give Anne a call when visiting in the Chicago area. ¶ Kathy Lockwood Murphy appreciates “the exceptional hosting skills of Jane Scott O’Brien at the Nirvana Manor, where Mike and Anne Marie Hurley Sullivan, Tom and Peggy Burns Morrison, Peter and Cathy Giardi Swanson, Skip and Kathy Murphy Lockwood, Tom and Vicki Connelly
Bourne, Milt and Nancy Higgins Hendon, Pat Daddabo Watrous, Anne Nigro, and Chris Hansen McGill enjoyed a wonderful
weekend of nurturing our bodies and minds.“Their trip to North Conway, NH, was a celebration of their very significant birthdays as they reflected, “We are 64 going on 65 still trying to find our way.” The group missed Kitty Ryan Micale, Marcia Ragonese Falzone, and Mary Lowney Mitchell who had to cancel at the last minute. This group of our classmates experienced careers as educators, interrogators, social workers, community volunteers, entrepreneurs, and authors and travelled across US, Canada, China, South America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. They once sought advice from someone “older and wiser,” but are now appreciating the wisdom of viewing life through their grandchildren’s eyes. ¶ We always enjoy hearing from you. It would be wonderful to be updated on what is happening with our classmates as we anticipate our forty-fifth Reunion from Regis.
✒Patricia, Funder, 25 Sawmill Dr.,
Plymouth, MA 02360, 508-746-5684, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ Constance McElroy Castelline writes she is enjoy-
ing retirement after 37 years of teaching in the Waltham school system. She and husband Tony are looking forward to their oldest son’s wedding in the fall, and her Regis friend and classmate Anne Marie Mooney and her family will be honored guests. In fact, Anne Marie’s daughter, Catie, Constance’s goddaughter will be a bridesmaid! Constance substitute teaches, and she spends much time with grand-nieces and -nephews. Her family often spends weekends or holidays on Cape Cod because it is their favorite vacation spot. ¶ Elizabeth Coan Rezende spent the summer as a consultant to the National Park Service, Christiansted Historic Site, Division of Interpretation and Education, Christiansted, St. Croix where she led a team of teachers, students and rangers in creating a visual exhibit describing 2 of the neighborhoods adjacent to Fort Christiansvaern. The exhibit focused on the creation of the neighborhoods, occupations of the people, daily life, and issues arising from modern times. The exhibit which incorporated artifacts and interviews of elderly residents is on view until Sept.
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of Rochester. Anne Marie retired from teaching at Wareham High School and has bumped into MaryBeth at a Wareham Town Meeting. ¶ It has been an active summer and our 45th Reunion was a highlight for many. However, we missed many of our classmates! The Reunion Committee will make every effort, with your input, to make our 50th the best ever… Cheers from St. Augustine. ¶ From Jo Sullivan: It was great to see so many classmates at our 45th. Our younger son Peter married Jade Taylor of Alabama on the 4th of July at the Rose Garden in Lynn Woods. I have been visiting long time friends. I traveled to rural Minnesota to visit Peace Corps friends we met in ’68. My friend was planning her 50th high school reunion for next year, as many of us will be doing. Yikes! How is that possible? I had dinner in Aug. with Rita Famiglietti Lash, as she had missed Reunion for her son Stephen’s master’s graduation from Villanova. He was married Labor Day weekend. ¶ After reconnecting at Reunion, Clare Hayes gave me a tour of the much-expanded Lynn Community Health Center, where she is a Development Officer. In addition to the many expanded programs, there is a magnificent new building named for her late husband, Dr. Stephen Hayes, a co-founder of the Center (and a high school classmate of ours).
✒Mary Lou Wenthe, Cornhillcards@ frontier.com ✒Susan Schissel Fogerty, email@example.com ¶ We wish we had more information for you but alas, we have not heard much from
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the class of ’72 this time. Remember, everyone can check in with the Regis College Class of 1972, on Facebook. ¶ Sukey Saunders took a wonderful trip to Ireland in the spring. She met her cousin in Dublin and drove much of the west. At Araglen, in county Cork, she visited the birthplace of her grandmother and the church she attended. More cousins joined her as she stood in the house her great-grandfather built. What a great trip, Sukey! ¶ Helen Weathers Elliot reports the final repairs were recently made to her home in Long Branch, NJ, after it was damaged in Hurricane Sandy. She is even happier to report the arrival of her 2nd grandchild. Congratulations Helen! ¶ I, Susan Schissel Fogerty, am awaiting the birth of my 2nd grandchild, a girl due in Nov. I am heading to Tucson, AZ, for the shower in Oct., and then we will return there for Thanksgiving after the little one arrives. It will be especially wonderful to see a new child enter the family as a couple of week ago I lost my father, Dr. Charles Schissel. He was 93, and married to my mom, Rita McNeil ’40, for 67 years. He was a great man and the best dad.
40th Reunion ✒Grace Murphy, Grace.Murphy@gdc4s. com ¶ We were saddened to hear of the passing of our classmate Mary-Lee Mahoney-Emerson in late August. MaryLee lived in Sudbury, MA with her husband and stepson. She had a long career as a social worker and was also a very active volunteer. She was very loyal to Regis and you could always count on seeing her at Pops. She will be missed. ¶ The Class of ’74 was well represented at the annual Cape Cod luncheon. Kathy Mason Podolski is loving grandmotherhood as her daughter (the doctor) gave birth in March to a boy. Nancy Boyd is still enjoying her job at the Cape Cod Times. Her son is now in the army, stationed in Colorado. Joanne Crowley is enjoying her retirement on the Cape. Kate Murray joined us from her home in New Seabury. ¶ I hope some of you have noticed Lisa Driscoll Tuite’s “From the Archives” in the G section of the Boston Globe, which consists of interesting photos that have appeared over the years in the Globe. Lisa is Head Librarian at the Boston Globe and getting ready for yet another ownership change. Marie Driscoll Hanlon and her sister Elizabeth Driscoll Nace ’77 recently hosted a back-to-school cookout for the Regis tennis team. Her nephew is now a sophomore and is on the team, keeping the Regis tradition alive in the Driscoll family. ¶ Congratulations to Jo-Ann Bayer Michaels on her 1st wedding anniversary! Jody married Carey Michaels in October 2012. They
are both employed by the State of New York and are living in Ballston Lake, NY. ¶ It is not too soon to start planning for our 40th Reunion, which is coming up fast. We will be looking for a large turnout! If you have been away for a while, it will be a great time to reconnect and see all of the interesting changes that are taking place on campus. So, save the date: May 16–18! ¶ From Diane Hanak Brielmann: My son is getting married in a year to a wonderful girl. My daughter is studying to apply for school as a physician’s assistant. My youngest daughter just started her new job with the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia. Tom and I are building a home in Avalon, NJ. It will be a busy year but all good. I hope all of my classmates are doing well!
✒Rosamond Dunn Lockwood, 603-6416566, firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Linda Tolman, 508-394-8854, CapeC55@aol.com ¶ From Janice Carey Keough: Janice is cofounder of The Origami Poems Project, a non-profit poetry group. Jan and her husband, Kevin, also run a web development business from RI and FL.
Mary Libby Flynn Shaw has a 17-year-
old beginning the college search process, but since they live in Weston, Regis is just too close to home! Libby is a psychotherapist with an office in Weston as well as in Reading, MA. ¶ Susan DiLoffi Antonellis is still teaching at Marian High School in Framingham, recently recognized for 27 years of service, department chair, teaches French and Italian. She recently visited Sister Rosenda Gill at Bethany. Sister looks well, is still speaking French, and remembers the good old Regis days. Sue and Nino have 2 adopted children, Nicholas, 15, and Sofia, 14. Nick is currently a sophomore at Marian. ¶ Mary Condon is also at Marian working as the Library Director.
✒Janet Buckley Bernard, janetbernard1 @gmail.com ¶ We enjoyed a spirited 35th Reunion in May; some classmates came back to the College for the first time in 35 years. Our classmates who were able to attend the Reunion included: Mary Ames Gregory, Paula Bellorado Wolfert, Janet Buckley Bernard, Kathleen Honan Bird, Eileen McCormick Langenus, Nancy Salvetti Naimey, Judith Murray Regan, Mary Roche, Sheila Walsh, Colleen Cassidy, Lynne Davis Haddock, Janet McGinn Hession, Pat Dipasqua Woodward. ¶We have chosen many different paths in life: mothers, wives, principal of an
elementary school, teaching (with a PhD) English at a high school, attorneys, superior court justice, associate dean for admission at a law school, artist, dentist, a senior executive for a global market research firm, staffing consultant, social worker, entrepreneurs, Regis trustee, certified public accountant, etc. We live as far away as Singapore. ¶ We also won a prize for the Reunion class with the second highest class gift—only surpassed by the 50th Reunion class—which is much too far away for us to think about attending! ¶ The group had a wonderful time catching up with one another and simply enjoyed our successes which were fortified by our Regis experience.
35th Reunion ✒Debbie Southworth Howard, email@example.com ✒Janet
Mills-Knudsen, janetknudsen@rcn. com ¶ A group of 1979 alums met and
reminisced at Biagio’s Restaurant in Waltham in May. This mini-reunion included Chris Crowley Delosh, Roberta Fox, Marie Sannicandro Linden, Jeanne McGillicuddy, Janet Mills-Knudsen, Rosemary Noon, and Loretta Salvucci McClary. ¶ Kathy Carroll reported that she took the Crescent/City of New Orleans train with her daughter, Sarah, from New Orleans to NYC. Sarah began Sarah Lawrence College in Sept. Younger brother Charlie is in the 10th grade at Baton Rouge Magnet High School. Husband Steve is director of the LSU School of Music, and Kathy works at LSU as marketing director for Continuing Education. ¶ This semester Karen Walsh Fortin is finishing a one-and-a-half-year math institute at Tufts U. She is the math specialist at Northwest Elementary School in Leominster, where she teaches about 700 students in Grades K-5 each week. Karen, her husband Larry, their daughter, grandchildren, and nephews enjoyed a trip to Disney this summer. ¶ Rose Mary Irwin is a new grandmother. Her daughter, Elizabeth, and son-inlaw, Mike, welcomed Giuliana Theresa Orlando on April 18. Rose Mary reported that Giuliana would be the 4th generation to wear the christening dress that Rose Mary’s mother (Helen Corrigan Lewis ’47) wore when she was christened in 1923. ¶ Rosemary Noon’s son, Joe, started Syracuse in Sept. ¶ Loretta McClary welcomed her 1st grandchild, Isla Grace, in March. Proud parents are Loretta’s son, Robert, and daughter-in-law, Jennifer. ¶ Kathy Shepard returned to Regis to teach a graduate course, Strategic Corporate Social Responsibility, during the summer session. She reported that she broke her ankle hiking up Cross Mountain Medjugorje in Bosnia Herzegovina, later in the summer.
class ¶ Our condolences to Janet MillsKnudsen. Her brother, Arthur, passed away in April from ALS. ¶ Don’t forget our class’s 35th Reunion is scheduled for May 16–18, 2014. We hope to see many of our classmates there.
International as a member of their Talent Acquisition Dept. She works from her home in South Carolina but travels to Boston a few times a year. Last December, she spent the weekend with Maura Mannion Edelmann in NYC. She also got to see Christine Kelly on the Cape recently. ¶ Carol MacGillivray Masters did not win the lottery. Carol advises: try to schedule major changes in your life to one at time. Carol has recently ended her marriage, relocated, and found new employment within a 6-month span of time. Perseverance thy name is Carol. She is now the executive assistant to the chair and vice chairs of the ob/gyn department at Boston Medical Center. Carol reports that Karen Callahan Masters is still the Queen Dean at Laboure College. ¶ Ilana Quirk is a partner at Kopelman & Page, PC. ¶ Debi Perna Quattrocchi is working hard and taking care of Mom (92 years old) in Florida, with a new kitten to entertain her. Debi was hoping for a fall visit north and definitely plans to attend our next Reunion. ¶ Mari Rodriquez’s out-of-office assistant told me she was on vacation; hope it was fun. Janet LeBlanc Osborne is approaching her 30th anniversary with Verizon. ¶ Caroline Coscia and I attended a forum at the JFK Library. Caroline is still teaching at UMass Boston. We got together with Marie O’Malley, Wynn Foley, Marielana Walden Labonte, and Nina Bertelli this summer at Wicked Pizza & Wine Bar. ¶ I attended Claire Ventura King’s daughter’s wedding this past June at the Parker House. Claire was one dazzling mother of the bride. ¶ While watching a baseball game this summer, I saw Gabe Suib Marchitelli sitting behind home plate. Gabe recently spent some time visiting her daughter in Vermont and inspecting Ben & Jerry’s. She and Gretchen also recently updated their email addresses with Regis—you should too!
✒Kelly Carney Kelly, kelly@kellykellyinc. com ✒Teresa M. McGonagle, Tmm387@ comcast.net ¶ A group from our Class of 1981 visited classmate Kathy Willwerth Ryan’s distillery in Gloucester on Sept. 23, 2012, which was catered by our classmate Penny Williams, who owns Cloverleaf Catering, www.cloverleaf catering.com. The proceeds from the event were donated back to Regis. Classmate Kathy Willwerth Ryan and her husband, Bob, along with relative, Dave Wood, have been making their spirits in Gloucester since 2008. We had a reception with some good food and drink, including Kathy’s rum punch! ¶ Maureen Stephens, Judy Spellman Spang and Susan Schumacher attended a dinner party in Chatham
to welcome Anthea-Maria Poole home for a visit. ¶ Elaine Mason, Tricia Russo, Judy Spellman, Kelly Carney, Maureen Stephens, Judy Spang, Susan Schumacher, and Carol Weigel DiFranco attended the Cape Cod Luncheon in Osterville in Aug. ¶ Judy Spang has come back to Regis as the new Development Officer for the Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations.
✒Patricia Rinaldi, firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Elizabeth Carey Stygles, stygles3@aol. com ¶ From Ann Mucciarone-Ahnert: A warm hello to fellow ’82 graduates. It has been way too long. I am the proud mother of 3 amazing children. My oldest son, Mark, is a senior at Suffolk U studying Psychology with hopes to be a therapist. His 1st year of college was spent at Regis. Anthony is 20 and works for Stop n’ Shop. My daughter Audrey is 16 and a junior in high school. It’s amazing how time flies, but our gorgeous campus never seems to change, still as beautiful as always. I returned to Regis in 2007 and graduated in 2010 with my Master’s in Teaching with a focus in Special Education Grades Pre-K–8. After working at a public charter school for 6 years, I took a great leap into a town public. I recently moved to a new school and now teach at East Bridgewater Middle/High School. It is a brandspanking-new school with every bell and whistle possible. It is a far cry from the archaic school I just left. I teach a wonderful bunch of middle school students who struggle with languagebased disabilities. My days are long, but so rewarding. I am looking forward to this Nov. when I will be visiting with some old friends, Anne McKeeverFenlason, Karen Bent-Colpak, Lisa Ambrose-Briggs, Marie Desrosiers-Wahl, and Marta Suarez-Carson, who will be visiting Boston from Florida.
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✒Judith A. Allonby, judithallonby@ aol.com ✒Marie, T. O’Malley, omalley_ email@example.com ¶ If I did not contact you for information, it is because I do not have an email address or a connection with you on Facebook or Linked In. Please update your connections so we can provide you with information for our fast approaching Reunion. And now the news! ¶ Anne Marie Manning, now in Merrimack, NH, joined the US Coast Guard auxiliary out of Portsmouth, NH and trained for her boat crew qualification this summer. Anne is also an historical interpreter for Boston Light and will soon train as assistant lighthouse keeper for Boston Light. ¶ Jo-Ann Bafaro was looking forward to having lunch with Michelle Aloma. Jo-Ann is still doing volunteer work with the Girl Scouts and will receive her 50-year pin in April. Michelle is now working at the Amego School in Attleboro as a Speech/ Language Pathologist and is working with autistic and language-impaired students. Michelle’s mother, Dr. Velilla, recently suffered some serious health problems and spent some time in the hospital. Praying all is well at the time of this publication. ¶ Jo-Ann also reports that Linda Prue Casey is a grandmother to twin girls. Gretchen Youngdahl is in Shelby County, AL, just south of Birmingham. ¶ Kathleen Hoch has been in Spring, TX, northwest of Houston, since 1994. ¶ Maura Goulding Driscoll recently moved to Burlington, MA after 20 years in Seattle and, at the time of this report, was looking for permanent full-time employment. ¶ Anthea-Maria Poole’s daughter is back in the states at school in PA. Anthea herself made it back stateside for the first time in many years this spring and enjoyed getting together with Anna-Maria Waechter, Marilis Rodriguez, Kristine Calenda, Susan Patti ’81, Kelly Carney, Tricia Russo ’81, Nan Donelan ’81, and Elaine Mason ’81 on the Cape. Anthea teaches English as a second language in Greece. Mary Beth Untersee moved to Sun City Carolina Lakes in Fort Mill, SC and is enjoying living in a 55-plus community where there is so much to do and the weather is great. ¶ Toni Miller Butler was looking forward to welcoming her third granddaughter in October. She is already a proud grandmother to Summer and Sawyer. Toni and Jim are enjoying being empty-nesters. Toni is teaching ABA to elementary students with autism and loves teaching. ¶ Eileen Mulry
Campbell is still working for PAREXEL
✒Anne Gruszka McKenzie, 703-9782121, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ It was great to be back at Regis in May for our 30th Reunion; a good time was had by all. We especially enjoyed the photo booth and people-watching (costumes from the decades) at the Reunion Dinner. ¶ Representing 1983 alumnae in the Parade of Classes were Lori Fortini, Sandra Hassett, and Anne Gruszka McKenzie. Lori lives with her partner Bruce in New Hampshire and is a social worker at Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital. Her daughter Haley, 18, just started in the nursing program at the U of VT. Sandra, an antiques dealer, lives in New Hampshire with her wife Maureen and
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18-year-old daughter, Chyann. ¶ Alicia Bertrand Brooks reports that she is still
at Raytheon—now 30 years—but has moved to an IT function. Trish Mooney Smith has completed 25 years at MGH and currently works 2 days a week as a medical technician at the hospital. She has 3 children: Jillian, 23, Ryan, 21 and Aidan, 16. Mary Ellen McKenna Miller also attended Reunion festivities; she still looks the same! ¶ It is always enjoyable to catch up with my Regis dancing buddies (think Club Soda)! This fall, Catherine Cavanaugh sent her youngest to kindergarten while Gail McDonough Mulani sent her oldest to the U of MI’s School of Engineering. Maureen Dalton’s daughter Brianna ’13 will continue on with graduate coursework at the College. Diane Santos continues to study drums and was invited on stage by her Berklee instructor who was playing with his band at the Ryles Jazz Club in Cambridge. ¶ I look forward to receiving news!
30th Reunion ✒Nancy Maloney Donahue, nbbe email@example.com ¶ Hi everyone! The consensus among the class of ’84 seems to be “30 years (almost)?! Where did the time go?” We will be celebrating our 30th Reunion in May 2014. Keep an eye out for more details. ¶ My old crosscountry teammate Heather McFague Clement lives in Sudbury and has a pet boarding business on her farm called Tails by the Wayside. Heather recently saw Ann Murphy Varga ’86. She also vacationed with Cathy Wilson ’83 and ’12 over the fourth of July at Drakes Island, ME. Brenda Kielty ’85 and her son joined them for a day of fishing. Heather’s son, Brad, is a freshman at Elon U and daughter, Anna, works from home. Heather and her husband recently celebrated their 26th anniversary. ¶ Kim O’Gorman Manning lives in Hopkinton with husband, Mike, and daughters Lindsay, 18, a freshman at UMass/Amherst in the school of engineering, and Jen, 16, a sophomore at Hopkinton High School who is active in sports and student council. Mike works for EMC as a software development manager. Kim and Mike have been married for 19 years. “For the last 10 years, I have been in private practice as a licensed mental health and substance abuse counselor. Life is good!” She had a great visit with Peggy Keegan over the summer in Jamaica Plain. ¶ Nancy Terrevecchia Rollins writes from Wakefield, where she lives and works. Nancy’s oldest daughter, Alyssa, graduated from Merrimack College this past May with a major in Accounting and a minor in Spanish. She is pursuing a grad degree in Management; then she will take the CPA exam. “She has a job starting next July with Price
Waterhouse Coopers in Boston so we are very proud of her!” Nancy’s middle daughter, Lindsay, graduated from Wakefield High and just started at Westfield State. She is torn between teaching and nursing. Youngest, Katie, is a junior at Wakefield High, and is leaning towards photography and art therapy. Husband, Rick, is still working at Boston Scientific in Natick “doing his IT thing,” and Nancy continues work at Hartshorne Insurance agency. “If anyone needs auto, home or business insurance, call me!” ¶ Linda Szymanski Glavin and family moved to New Jersey 2 years ago for husband Tucker’s job and reside in Mountain Lakes, about an hour outside of NYC. “We all love it here. I never thought in my wildest dreams I would ever live in NJ and love it.” Daughter Clare is a freshman in high school, son, Trevor, is a 7th grader, and daughter Paige is in 4th grade. In Aug., Linda met Marylou Casey Honey and Brenda Oliveri in Manhattan for cocktails and dinner. “It was so much fun to see them both and, of course, we all look the same, you know young, no wrinkles, etc. We caught up on each others lives, it was as if time never passed.” ¶ Elizabeth D’Agostino Kearns tells me that her family is off to a great school year! Her “cherubs” are now in 9th, 8th, 6th and 5th grades. Elizabeth recently caught up with Sheree DeCoste Rau. Elizabeth and husband, Billy, live in Westwood with their family. ¶ Marianne Sherman Wiederhold reported from Madison, WI, where she lives after several moves. She and husband, Rad, will celebrate their 28th wedding anniversary this year. Their son, Rick, graduated from Colby College this past May and is working for Textron in New Orleans. Daughter, Allie, is a junior at Edgewood High School and loves volleyball. Marianne hopes to make it out for the Reunion next spring. She keeps in touch with Sandy Mitchell. Sandy and daughter Leigh have settled nicely into their home in Brookline, where they moved the day before our 25th Reunion (she was happy to leave the unpacked boxes and get to the Reunion!). Leigh just turned 10 and entered 4th grade. In March, Sandy switched jobs, leaving Marsh after 7 years, and taking a position across the river at MIT. “I am heading up their insurance department for the Institution. Quite enjoying my new role.” In addition to Marianne, Sandy keeps up with several other classmates, Julie Ahern Donovan, Gina O’Hayre Donovan, Ann Joyce Lajoie, and Carolyn Hay Costanzi—mostly via Facebook since most no longer live in the area. Sandy wonders how different our Regis experience might have been if we had access to the Internet. Somehow, I think we all did just fine back in those dark ages. ¶ I also enjoyed receiving an update from
Cynthia DiMartino, who works with a wonderful family-owned home care agency in Newton as a social worker. “I have been working with the geriatric population for over 20 years and I just love it!” Cynthia moved to the Cape a couple of years ago and is growing the business down there as well as commuting to Boston a couple of days a week. She is also a Reiki Master with a small practice in Needham (all of which makes me tired just writing about it). ¶ As for me, I’m still in Stoneham, writing for the local newspaper and preparing to celebrate my 25th wedding anniversary with Bob in Nov. ¶ Mayra Garcia lives in Guaynabo, Puerto Rico and works as a part-time realtor. She is married with two girls who are 14 and 19 years old.
✒Sara Mulrooney, firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Kimberley A. Sinclair, blklab81@yahoo. com ✒Jocelyn Greene, 508-965-9060 ¶ It’s been a while since we’ve had an update on these pages, and I apologize for that. It was nice to hear from so many folks. I tried to get in touch with everyone. If you didn’t hear from me, please let me know your email address so I can add you to the list serve. ¶ Suzanne Sullivan Geer wrote from her home near Ann Arbor that she’s been keeping busy in her community. She is a Director for the Northville Education Foundation, a 501c that raises money to help schools. She is also the VP of the music boosters at Northville High School. They have the largest band and choir program in the state of Michigan with over 700 students including Sue’s son, Tim. Her daughter, Caroline, is now a 6th grader and doing great. ¶ Several classmates wrote about dropping “children” off on various campuses this fall. Cathy Gagnon McCrorey’s daughter, Sarah, started at Stonehill, and her son Brian, is currently a junior in high school. Fran Mooney Stoltz wrote from Minnesota to say that she and Mike are down to only their youngest, Emily, at home. Fran’s oldest daughter is a junior at U of Minnesota, and Katie started at Marquette this year. Fran is teaching preschool, and playing in a women’s hockey league! She and Mike spend a lot of time at football games to see their daughters’ marching bands. She visited Massachusetts this summer and caught up with Lissa Rothwell Ahern and Jayne Hunt Swart. Lissa’s son, Brendan, started this year at Villanova and Jayne’s son, Oliver, is a freshman at Marist. The moms had a great time catching up and noting that it seems like just yesterday we were all freshmen at Regis. ¶ Nancy McGowan Usalis’s older son, PJ, is a freshman at Mass Maritime Academy. Nancy is kept very busy with her 8th grader Timothy’s
class still live in North Reading, MA, and she is doing property management and volunteering at the Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem, MA, which she loves. ¶ Maura Moran wrote to let me know that she is still living in Brookline, MA, and loves it so much she can’t imagine ever moving. Her daughter, Zoe, just started high school, and Maura is in her 20th year teaching kindergarten at Nashoba Regional schools. She enjoys perpetually feeling 5! ¶ Lisa Dowd Shapard wrote from New Hampshire. Eight-year-old Roy is certainly keeping her very busy. Lisa is involved in school activities and scouts. Their family had a great summer, and ended with a week on the Cape right before going back to school. She loves being in touch with classmates on Facebook. ¶ Margaret Barrett continues to enjoy living in Arlington, MA, where she hosts international students each year. She is working in human resources. She recently met with Regis President Toni Hays and VP for Institutional Advancement Miriam Finn Sherman ’98 regarding the exciting new developments for the Center for Global Connections at Regis. ¶ Some time ago I heard from Paula Digregorio Mullahoo. Last year she was enjoying her 25th year as a kindergarten teacher, and was also the Elementary Mentor Coordinator for her district. Her oldest son was already in college, and her younger one was finishing high school. ¶ I am still living in Arlington, VA, where I teach in a family literacy program. My students are the mothers of Arlington Public School students who have only recently arrived in the US. I teach them English, as well as how to navigate our education system. In the afternoons I teach reading in kindergarten. I still love living in the DC area. This winter I’ll be making my 8th trip to El Salvador to visit a community project I work with there and to serve as an election observer. ¶ If you didn’t receive an email from me requesting information, that means that neither the alumni office nor I have your correct email. Please get in touch so I can update your information. ¶ Patti Moore recently produced an 18-track musical compilation CD to benefit Boston Artists For Autism, benefiting Surfers Healing A Foundation For Autism. More info at bookwormsurfer@gmail. com Patti is the proud parent of 2 sons with autism, Liam, 19, and Aidan, 12.
✒Annamaria Cobuccio Paone, apaone@ arqule.com ¶ It was nice to hear from Katie FitzGerald McCully. This past summer Katie traveled to Canton, NC and competed in the Aquathlon National championships, which is a 1-mile swim and a 5K run. She was
the female master’s champion. The venue was at the bottom of the Blue Ridge Mountains at beautiful Lake Logan. In addition, on Sept 13, Katie competed in the ITU World Age-group Sprint Triathlon championships. The competition was held in Hyde Park in London, the same venue as last year’s Olympics. Katie’s 13-year-old son James joined her on this trip. After the race, they spent the weekend sightseeing. Katie is a longtime High School teacher (20 years) at Nauset Regional High School. In addition, she coaches girls cross country and Boys and Girls Swimming. ¶ I am sorry to bore you with my life, however, I did not hear from any other classmates! Our family vacationed on Captiva Island in FL at the end of the summer. My eldest son, who is 19, complained that he was too old to be taking family vacations. I am sure you parents of teenagers and college students know what I mean. However, as soon as we arrived and he discovered where the fitness center was located he was quite happy. My other 2 kids didn’t mind hanging out with their parents. The college man is back at school, and we are now focusing our time on our middle son, who is a senior this year. We spent most of the summer touring college campuses. He has narrowed down his choices to four, all in MA. We now look forward to the many deadlines that will be fast approaching. Good luck to those who will be doing the same! We also enjoy spending the weekends at soccer games watching and cheering for our 13-year-old daughter and her teammates. Life is busy but good! ¶ Stephanie Lanza Harvey graduated Regis with a BA in English. For a short time after graduation she wrote, shot, and edited cable commercials. She then worked in the mental health field, first as a house parent, halfway house director, and finally Clinical Coordinator for a 40-bed program. She attended Vanderbilt Divinity School in Nashville, where she earned her MDiv. During her Chaplain Residency at the VA Hospital in Nashville, she worked on the Psychiatric/Dual Diagnosis Unit. She met her husband, Edward, at this time while he was doing his Psych rotation. They married in 2000. They live on the Gulf Coast in Ocean Springs, MS. They have 3 children, Cullen, 12, Avery, 10, and Connor, 7. Stephanie works as a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Counselor. She is active in her church and volunteers in their Recovery Program. She leads a group for teens struggling with hurts, habits, and hangups.
✒Kym Johnson Miele, Kymbori@aol.com ✒Liz Higgins Fitzgerald, slfitzgerald @charter.net ¶ What a hell of a 25th
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activities. He plays soccer, hockey, and, of course, baseball. Nancy is also teaching 5th grade at St. Mary’s in Danvers. JoAnna O’Gormon Mooney’s family has been settled in Beverly, MA, for the past 21 years. She has 2 sons at West Virginia U: Chris a senior and Connor a sophomore. Her daughter, Juliana, is a high school senior. Joanna has been a Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor for the past 18 years and she still feels very lucky to love her job! She and husband, Rick, enjoy running, hiking, cycling, and traveling. ¶ Vittoria Pacifico DeBenedictis wrote to say that she is working as the president of BayView Academy, a PreK–12th grade school for girls in Riverside, RI. She shared that being in that environment evokes frequent memories of Regis. She and her husband still live in Boston. They had a great summer of travelling. She traveled to San Francisco for work, and they vacationed together in Aruba. She is still great friends with her Regis roommate Sally Kinder, who is a successful attorney with an office in Natick. ¶ Christine Desmaris Gordon continues to enjoy the challenges of practicing family law at Wadleigh, Starr, and Peters in Manchester, NH. Her son Alex is entering the 7th grade and continues to be the joy of her life. He’s a great athlete and student. They adopted a beagle named Scout from a local animal shelter almost 2 years ago. Christine is training to climb the Grand Tetons in Wyoming in the summer of 2015, a lifelong goal of hers. (Go Christine!) She recently got together with Carol Curley Gildea and Maryellen Foran O’Leary for dinner. They had a great time catching up and reminiscing about Regis, especially their time spent studying abroad with Patti McGrath. ¶ It was so nice to hear from Maria Umpierre Soler, who wrote from Puerto Rico to share news of her wonderful family. Her husband is the creative director at an ad agency and they recently relocated back to Puerto Rico after 5 years in Miami. Her older daughter, Rebecca, graduated from Syracuse, majoring in Psychology, and is working fulltime and studying for her master’s. Younger daughter, Bianca, is currently a sophomore at Georgetown and has been accepted to work in the AmeriCorps Jump Start program in Washington DC. Maria is currently learning the beautiful art of stained glass and is apprenticed to her aunt to create a window for a church nearby in Puerto Rico. ¶ Roberta McLaughlin Peach is another who made the campus trek this fall when her daughter Danielle started her freshman year at Providence. Roberta just celebrated her 20th anniversary with her husband. They are now college searching with their son who is a senior at St. John’s Prep. Her youngest son is in 8th grade. Roberta and her family
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Class Reunion we had this year! There were many people, who wore many hats, so that we could all enjoy the fun we had. First, I want to thank Liz Fitzgerald for the Facebook page. It is still active at: RegisClassof88@ groups.facebook.com. Please continue to visit this page and add to it. ¶ Now about our Reunion—40 classmates attended and 9 were from out of state. The classmates travelling the furthest were: Dr. Karen Lewis Moynihan from CA, Rachel Gulen from TX, Michelle Gray Bird from FL, and Amy Buckley from PA. We had one of the biggest turn-outs of attendance in quite awhile! Our Regis Fund (previously known as the Annual Fund) raised $2,815 for our class gift. The weather was absolutely beautiful the entire weekend! If you did not attend this Reunion, try to attend our 30th Reunion. ¶ And now for the rest of the news. Kathleen Forrest Regan, our new Class President, sent her 9-year-old Michael to 4th grade at Derby Academy in Hingham. Kathleen has been promoted to Manager and will start to build a team of licensed brokers for various lines of insurance. She still resides in Marshfield. ¶ Patricia Condon Barton’s 12-year-old Erin started 7th grade. Patty and Doug celebrated their 14th anniversary this summer. Patty has just started her 26th year at Salem Public schools. ¶ Liz Higgins Fitzgerald sent her two 12-year-olds off to 7th grade. Liz has a new job, where she has moved to the position of Community Impact for the United Way. She and Steve celebrated their 20th anniversary. Liz is also one of our new Class Reporters—so send her lots of info!
25th Reunion ✒Maria Alpers Henehan, paulhenehan @verizon.net ¶ Hello, Regis Girls! As difficult as this is to believe, our 25th Reunion takes place May 16-18, 2014. Yikes! Get that one on the calendar, and book your perm ASAP! Just a little 80s humor, but you get the point: Call the Regis girls and come to the Reunion! More information to come as the event gets closer, but you can also check the Regis website for up-to-date information. ¶ Congratulations to Kim DeVito on the purchase of her new home in Fort Myers, FL. She writes, “It is hard to believe that David and I have been together 17 years, and this is our first home…we are so excited!” She also mentioned that she had “lots of laughs walking down memory lane” with Laura Kopp Nuttall, Kristine Gomes, and KrisAnn Donofrio Stancombe on a recent trip home. This summer JoEllen Caffrey McGinnity spent 2 weeks touring the Mediterranean with her husband, Tom, and son, Michael. She mentioned that Michael started his freshman year at Arlington Catholic
with Erin Murphy Piggott’s son, Matt. ¶ Kathleen Fleming has been working at New York Magazine since March. ¶ Nancy Antonellis D’Amato started a cake business: Beyond Bows Custom Cakes. She reports this is “still a small at-home business, but it’s a blast and gives me a different kind of creative outlet. One that is a far cry from writing mathematics curriculum!” Check her out on Facebook: www.facebook. com/pages/Beyond-Bows-CustomCakes/120775378114283?ref=hl Kathy Nawn Conrad is in her 6th year of teaching 4th grade in Tewksbury, MA. She and her husband, Michael, are celebrating their 23rd anniversary at the end of Sept. with a trip to Disney. Congratulations! ¶ Mary Regan Thakur is also heading to Disney after winning a 4-day trip for 2 from the Loren and Wally Show on WROR. Any chance you could help me pick some lottery numbers? ¶ Sue Casey received her Masters of Public Administration from Suffolk U. Congratulations! Mary, Kristen Dolder Wenger, Andrea Ohnemus, and Anne-Marie Kerrigan Caruso were all at Sue’s graduation celebration. Sue took some time over the summer to travel to Greece and Italy. Kristen’s oldest started high school this year, and she continues to homeschool her younger 2 sons. ¶ Gail Parkins Grant and her family made an 11-hour road trip from Toronto to Farmington, ME, to visit Karol Maybury Macintosh and her family. Both report it was a wonderful Reunion with lots of laughs, great food, hiking, and long talks. After a sad departure, Gail and her family cheered themselves up with a stop at the Ben and Jerry’s factory in Vermont and some shopping in New York. Karol teaches in the Psychology Department at the U of Maine and chairs the national committee on Adolescent Girls for the American Psychological Association. ¶ It is with great sadness that I report the death of our classmate, Nancy Flaherty Gustin. Nancy passed away on May 12, 2013 leaving behind her husband and 4 children. Please remember her family in your prayers. ¶ Great news, Tracey Lee was recently promoted to Recruiting & Marketing Director at Wellesley Financial Group, where she has been employed for 15 years. It seems only right that the 1st College Recruiting event she attended was at Regis. She’s been to several since and has yet to meet such motivated candidates...job well done!
✒Rosemary A. Hughes, rosemary email@example.com ✒Maria Rodriguez, firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Catherine Froio email@example.com ¶ It has been great to reconnect with so many of you on Facebook and see into your
post-Regis lives. How wonderful and magical they each have become. Much love to you all, I look forward to seeing you soon on campus, on Facebook, or bumping into each other in aisle 4 of Stop and Shop! ¶ Lisa Spadafora Thompson writes that she is still living in Medfield with her hubby, John, and their two kids Matt, 11, who just started middle school, and Ella, 8, going on 18. Lisa wrote, “Spend a lot of weekends on soccer fields. Recently we sold my former firm, Monitor Group, to Deloitte Consulting. So I’m now a partner at Deloitte and really loving it. Huge compared to Monitor and Strategic Pricing Group before it, but a wonderfully small feel—great people, great culture and love how I’m able to reinvent myself there. We recently found out my father-in-law (whom I adore) has stage 4 lung cancer. So we’re hoping and praying he’s with us for a few more years with a good quality of life. A constant reminder how quickly time goes by and how we really need to spend every day grateful for what we have and being with the ones we love.” ¶ Sarah Giammarino moved into a big, old house this summer, and is loving it! Still living in Haverhill. Her mom also moved in with her and they are enjoying having her. ¶ Adrienne Hammel is working as one of the Executive Producers on Sara’s Weeknight Meals with Sara Moulton for PBS, which was nominated this year for 2 James Beard awards. They didn’t win, but did enjoy a delicious meal in NYC and took home a fun bag of culinary swag. Adrienne also teamed up with The Sneaky Chef cookbook author, Missy Chase Lapine, on some fun YouTube videos. Adrienne writes that the biggest production in her life was recently launching her son Will into kindergarten. He loves it and is also quite the little soccer player and knock-knock joke teller. Time flies, but life is good!
✒Jody M. Michalski, teacherjmm@ aol.com ¶ Huge congratulations to Kristin Hodgdon DeFrancisco who became principal of Hardy Elementary School in Arlington this fall after teaching there for several years. In an article published in the Arlington Advocate on May 30, Kristin was quoted as saying, “I feel very lucky to have been entrusted with the Hardy School, its staff, its children and their families. It is with great excitement and pleasure that I look forward to the very valuable and important work as the principal of Hardy School.” Good luck in this new role Kristin; they are very lucky to have such an experienced and enthusiastic leader! ¶ Kathy Tomasini McCall completed her 1st sprint triathlon (1/3 of a mile ocean swim, 15 mile bike ride, 3.1
class mile run), The Tri for a Cure on July 21 in South Portland, ME. She did the tri in honor of three of her grandparents who had cancer. It was an amazing event that she hopes to do again next year. ¶ Michelle Scott reported that she and her partner are adopting a 6-yearold boy! Quinn has been with them just over 2½ years. Their official adoption date was Sept. 18. They took Quinn to Regis last summer and he promptly announced that that is where he will go to college. Congratulations Michelle! ¶ Lisa Morrissey Wu and her husband Eric went to Puerta Vallarta for a 2nd honeymoon, which they won on the TV show, “The Newlywed Game.” Jen, her sister and fellow class of 1996 alum watched her 2 boys for the week they were away. And she potty-trained the oldest...yeah! Lisa had her 2nd son Aiden last November and left her nurse manager position to take a job as a nurse case manager with Blue Cross. ¶ Good to hear from you! Keep the exciting news coming! Like our Facebook page—Regis College Class of 1996. Email Jody at firstname.lastname@example.org.
✒Valerie Williams Sumner, valerie_ email@example.com ✒Please submit
class notes via email or on the Class of 1997 Facebook page: www.facebook. com/groups/344127782281192/ ¶ We
wouldlike to extend a special thanks to
Amy Clines for being our class reporter for the last 15 years! ¶ Christine Graves
took a new summer job directing a theatre camp at Nashoba High School. She directed a full production of Don’t Stop Believin in just 3½ weeks! It was very successful and the kids were amazingly talented. Christine is still teaching special education for grades 4, 5, and 6 at the Clinton Middle School and lives happily with her 15-year-old son Tyler, and her 8-year-old daughter Hannah. Oh and she can’t forget her 3-yearold basset hound Henry! ¶ Ann Grady Marro recently moved from her home in Maine to Houston, Texas with her husband John and daughter Francesca! We will miss having her so close in New England and hopes she visits us soon. Best of luck to Ann and family adjusting to life in Texas! ¶ I also wanted to share the birth of my third child, Scott Alexander. He was born on July 18th weighing in at 7 pounds 5 ounces. He joins his big sister Olivia and big brother Nathan. Our family is so blessed!
We would like to extend a special thanks to Amy Clines for being our class reporter for the last 15 years. ✒Jessica Nowosielski Flaherty, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ Pamela
I moved to the Wayland Square area of Providence, on the East Side and we love our new home. Also, I finished the coursework for my doctorate in education this summer and I will begin my dissertation any minute now.
15th Reunion ✒Alexa Pozniak, Apoz@aol.com ¶ Congrats are in order for a couple of new moms. Faye Fiondella-Trinkle and husband Steve welcomed their 1st child, Addison Grey Trinkle on September 3. And Megan Michael Lane and husband Dan welcomed daughter Rory Elizabeth on July 18th. Both little ladies are beautiful. Kathleen Drea Sarnacchiaro and her husband Anthony Sarnacchiaro welcomed their son Anthony Edward on April 27. He is a joy to all, including his dog Enzo, cat Fonzi, and fish Higgins! ¶ Katie Harrington Morrill is once again a Californian. She, husband Mike, and son Ethan have moved back to the sunny San Diego. ¶ The Feisty Greek restaurant in Norwood, which is owned and operated by Tina Bantos Tiglianidis, sister Amy ’98, and their husbands was featured on the NECN show, The Phantom Gourmet. Make your way over there for a bite to eat...you won’t be sorry! ¶ Lyn DiFlumeri Mason checked in from Saugus. She’s working at the Merrimack Valley Golf Club in Methuen as an events manager, as well as selling products for the company Thirty-One Gifts. Erin Mullen also checked in...she is about to mark her 9th year with the insurance defense law firm Long & Leahy where she is currently an associate trial attorney. She lives in Boston with her daughter, Raianne, who has just started 8th grade at Boston Latin School. ¶ Kelly Moran is hitting the books again. She’s enrolled in a doctorate of education program at UMass Boston.
✒Allyson L. Digregory, nosylla6@ hotmail.com ✒Grace L. Millner, email@example.com ✒Jahjaira Mora, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ It’s been a big year for Jill Ryan. She, Dan, and their son Joe welcomed William John Ryan, who was 4 lbs, 12 oz on June 15 shortly after moving to a new home in Westwood MA. ¶ Pamela Swartz Cook was the recipient of a Stars 40 Under 40 Award, recognized as a South Shore emerging leader for her career and community involvement. She will be honored at an event to be held on Sept. 27, which will be hosted by Fox 25’s Sorboni Banerjee. ¶ Megan Tierney Connor gave birth to a son, Jack Manning Connor, on July 9. His sister, Grace, 4, is thrilled. ¶ Shannon Eldridge Hanegan is expecting
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Wheeler Johnson just received a promotion to a research quality improvement and education specialist. She is developing a new quality improvement program and teaching research methods to medical residents and new investigators at Hartford Hospital. ¶ After moving to North Reading last year, Kim Sullivan-Ferraro and husband Tony welcomed their 2nd child, Anna, in Aug. Big brother Alexander is delighted! ¶ Congratulations to Miriam Finn Sherman who has been promoted to VP of Institutional Advancement at Regis! ¶ Kali Walker Smith and husband Donnell have celebrated their 5th anniversary and are currently living in Mt. Pocono, PA. Kali has been quite busy this past year, having taken a Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic, running a successful Mary Kay business, juggling several leadership roles with the youth group at her church, coproducing her first play to debut this Oct., called Livin’ In My World, and volunteering for the Pregnancy Resource Center of the Poconos. ¶ Shannan Daley is engaged to marry Michael Everett in June 2014. ¶ Rebecca Kitchell has been promoted to Director of Residential Student Advocacy and Educational Partnerships at the University of New Haven and is now enrolled back at Regis (15 years later) in the EdD program for Higher Education Administration. ¶ Laura J. Caparell Feeney owns/operates a family child care program in Foxborough called Butterfly Landing Family Child Care. She tailors her program to provide a quality early education with the comforts of home. Checkout www.butterfly landingchildcare.com or www.facebook. com/ButterflyLandingFamilyChild Care for more information. ¶ From Tammy Rogers: I haven’t reported any details of my life in a while so I’ll cover last year. I just began my sixth year as Chair of the Department of Academic Development at the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology. I have been serving as a student researcher for the California Community Colleges through a National Science Foundation grant. The aim of the grant is to increase pathways to Advanced Technological Education degree with community colleges. My research focus in on project-based learning. I was invited to present workshops and trainings in a few national locations: the Council for Study of Community Colleges conference in San Francisco, Piedmont Technical College in North Carolina, and in Charleston for the South Carolina Advanced Technological Education (SCATE) center’s annual Instructional Leadership Institute (ILI) on problem-based learning. Lastly, as part of an NSF grant I was asked to create a new framework for SCATE’s ILI. On a personal note, my family and
her 4th child in April. She has 3 sons: Parker, 10, Brayden, 7, and Jackson, 3. ¶ Taryn McNichol is realling into her community organization, Handmade for the Homeless. Recently she worked with a former Graphic Design professor from Regis, Sally Fine, who volunteered her serviced for a project for the Boston Sculptures Gallery. Taryn’s design piece was the catalog for their BSG 20th anniversary exhibit.
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✒Margo L. Cicciarella, mcicciarella@ gmail.com ✒Jessica Shumaker Grondin, email@example.com ✒Lisa Owen, firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Katie Stick Tommasini, email@example.com ¶ Martha Douty-Perez works at Newton Health Care Center. She and husband Julio moved to Worcester. They are expecting their 1st baby in April. ¶ Dolores Radlo accepted a position at Lasell College in Newton as Director of the Academic Achievement Center, and is excited to join “such a dynamic and innovative community!” She has served as Director of the Collaborative Learning Centers & ADA Compliance at Becker College in Worcester, MA for the last 5 years, and continues to adjunct in their evening Accelerated & Professional Studies Program. And Big Bertha is doing very well ;) ¶ Lots of school news from folks, of all ages! Jennifer Kokoth Jones just started an Educational Leadership program at Sacred Heart U and Katie Sticklor Tommasini checked in to say that she just sent her oldest son, Sean, off to kindergarten! His little sister, Erin, misses seeing him at daycare. Lauren Guglietta Shields also sent her son, Aidan, off to kindergarten this year as well. I’m thankful I have a couple more years before I have to prepare myself for this major milestone! As always, please check in with us and let us know what’s going on in your life!
✒Adrian Sexton, a.b.sexton@gmail. com ¶ Looks like everything’s coming up baby for the class of 2002! Becky Hamm Heins and husband Randy are expecting a bundle of joy in Oct. Andrea DePaoli, Karyn Lessard, Kate Lucek, Colleen O’Connell, and Megan Eldridge Wroldson helped celebrate the upcoming arrival of Baby Heins at a shower. ¶ Linda Bowden Almeida and husband Rob are still residing in Perth, Western Australia, and welcomed Max’s little brother, Leonardo, “Leo,” born on Mother’s Day this year. ¶ Deven D’Angeli Heroux and husband James welcomed their 1st, Seth Henry, on May 1st, weighing in at 9lbs, 2oz. Deven says he is beyond amazing, and they are so over-the-moon in love
with their little boy. Georgette Swain Oosting and husband Rudi welcomed their latest addition, Wilhelmina, to the family in April. We’re so excited to add to our growing Regis family! ¶ Danielle Greeley was promoted from assistant manager at the Halfway Cafe in Watertown to general manager of the Dedham location. Danielle also became an auntie at the end of Aug. to Abigail. A Regis grad in the making?! ¶ Congratulations to Ericka Krul, who has accepted a new position at Lids as a district manager in training. ¶ Wedding news! Megan Eldridge Wroldson married Erik Wroldson on May 11 in Pittsfield, MA. Colleen O’Connell was the maid of honor. Andrea DePaoli, Becky Heins, her husband Randy, Karyn Lessard, and Kate Lucek were also present for their big day. ¶ Andrea DePaoli and Karyn Lessard attended the All-Alumni Reunion dinner during Reunion Weekend in May. They had a great time catching up with old friends from other classes and said it was almost as fun as our 10-year! Almost. ¶ As for me, Adrian Sexton, I can be found performing regularly in sketch and improv shows throughout NYC, particularly with my improv troupe Tickle Party!, and with my comedic partner in our 2-person team, Tessio and Clemenza. I’m Clemenza.
✒Katie C. Blais, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ Hi Class of 2003,Katie Blais here, I am taking over for Kara Bilotta as the class reporter. We figured a decade was a long enough time to handle this task! Thank you Kara for doing such a good job. Feel free to email me anytime at email@example.com in order for your notes to be included. ¶ First the weddings. On July 1, Kristin Smith wed Nick Schultes, her boyfriend of 8-plus years! The two snuck off and eloped in San Francisco. They are currently living in New Jersey. In August, Jillian Balser married her boyfriend Matt Wool. She is now living large just outside of Boston as Jillian Wool. ¶ Married to Robert since 2010, Sarah Lepardo lives in West Roxbury and works as a Compensation Analyst for Hollingsworth & Vose. Sarah had a beautiful baby boy, Joseph, in December 2011. ¶ Mary Caulfield is currently jet-setting somewhere in Europe on a Mediterranean Cruise. She lives in the West End of Boston and works for Wells Fargo. ¶ Stephanie Rodriguez Stenmon is living in Maple Grove, MN, with her husband, Dan. They have 2 children: Jackson, 5, who just started kindergarten, and a daughter, Hayden, 2.5. Stephanie has been working from home as a Team Beachbody Coach for the past 1.5 years and recently became a Diamond Coach. She loves MN even
with the long winters. ¶ Shannon Callahan recently bought a house in
Winchester, MA, with her husband Greg. They are also currently expecting a baby, due in January. ¶ Sharyl Carrigan Geary is married and a mom to two girls Madison, 3, and Reese, 1. She is head-over-heels for her girls and loves being a busy mother of 2. Sharyl also enjoys working as a Social Worker for Network Health, where she is a case manager managing CBHI child and adolescent services. Like Stephanie, Sharyl has caught the Beachbody bug, recently becoming a coach and loves her new role helping others reach their fitness goals! ¶ And in case you were wondering, I have recently moved from Arlington to Florida. My husband was offered a job teaching Theology at Barry U in Miami Shores. I have been able to work remotely from my company back up in Massachusetts. We moved to Miami Beach in August and I am looking forward to a break from New England winters!
10th Reunion ✒Bobbie F. Finocchio, bobbie_ firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Paula K. Power, email@example.com ✒Dominique M. Salvacion, dominique.salvacion@ gmail.com ¶ Once again, the class of
2004 continues to embark on new and exciting endeavors! Dana Beguerie is coming off of a successful sold-out run with her sketch comedy group “Gypsies, Stamps, and Bees” and will be competing as Macho Ma’am Brandy Savage as part of the Boston Arm Wrestling Dames in October. She plays dodgeball and teaches ESL at the Somerville Public Library on weeknights. She’s also running the Disney Half Marathon in January. ¶ After graduating, Michelle Pizzi-O’Brien started working in labor relations and HR for the Department of Revenue. While seeking a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Northeastern, she became the Human Resources Director for the Town of Norwood. She is also a board member of the Massachusetts Municipal Personnel Association and a member of the ICMA, SHRM and NEHRA. Since then she has married to her high school sweetheart,Thomas O’Brien, right in the Regis Chapel and they have 2 young sons. ¶ Lesley Cordeiro married Salvatore Ritacco this past June 1st. ¶ Stephanie Barros Hansbury is pregnant with her 1st child, a baby girl due in Dec. ¶ Lorick Wash has been working at Merrill Corp as a Project Analyst for the past 6 months and loving it. ¶ Mary Gay- Donovan now has 2 beautiful daughters, with her youngest, Maddison Elizabeth, just born March 19, 2013. Her family will be going on their first Disney Cruise to the Western Caribbean for her oldest daughter’s
class 4th birthday in Dec. She will also be competing in her 1st “Tough Mudder” competition in Oct. with her husband. ¶ Molly Mazzarini lives in Fitchburg, MA. She is getting married next year to Ben Schotanus, who she has been with for 8 years. She has a 3-year-old daughter, Zoey, and a 10-year-old stepdaughter, Arianna. She has been a nanny for 5 years with the same family and they are wonderful. She is currently taking over as book keeper/office manager for her boss’s landscaping company. ¶ Maria Coughlin-Lok bought a house in Quincy in May. ¶ Bobbie Finocchio is engaged to marry Victoria Vendola in June in Vermont. She also started a doctoral program at BC this summer for educational administration. ¶ Paula Power just attended her Downton-Abbeythemed bridal shower. She cannot wait to celebrate her bachelorette and wedding with her Regis girls! ¶ Looking forward to see you all at the Reunion!
✒Christina Aprea Young, Aprea. firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Kathryn H.
✒Erin M. Campbell, ErinMarie326@ gmail.com ✒Ryan E. Carney, RyanElizabethCarney@gmail.com
✒Stephanie A. Larocque, moe email@example.com ¶ Nicole Mancini Towns and her family just bought their first home on Cape Cod. Her daughter is now 2 years old and her stepson is now 5! ¶ Melissa Gonzalez Sweeney is still in Manhattan
How to Submit Class Notes Regis College would love to know what’s new with you. Regis Today is a great way to stay in touch with your classmates and friends. Share news about babies, jobs, marriages, vacations, activities, anniversaries, and grandchildren. Contacting your class reporter is the best way to submit a note. All reporters are listed along with their contact information in the Class Notes section of this issue. If you’re unable to get in touch with your reporter, please send your notes directly to the Office of Institutional Advancement and Alumni Relations by visiting www.registowertalk. net/classnotes (login required) or emailing class firstname.lastname@example.org.
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✒Kathleen M. Stuart, katstuart@gmail. com ¶ Michelle Class Peterson checked in to report that in August Amy Shoemaker Bucelewicz gave birth to her second son Henry Thomas. He is enjoying life with his big brother, Evan. Also Olivia Kelley had a little boy, Henry James. Auntie Michelle Petersen is in love with both boys. Michelle and Brian celebrated their son Zachary’s 1st birthday this summer with a big party and trip to sesame place. Sharon Ploss and family enjoyed a summer of firsts with her son Callen who grows more each day. ¶ Cait Connolly is still at LaSalle College, and her two kids are growing quickly: Colin, 4, and Eva, 2. ¶ Lauren Pullia is getting married in October, and just bought a house in Osterville, MA. ¶ Cate Howley McLaughlin and her husband Noel bought a house in Hudson, MA, and they are expecting baby number 2 in March 2014. ¶ Lynne Johnson is in her 2nd year as Executive Director of the River’s Edge Arts Alliance in her home town of Hudson MA. She has 4 beautiful grandchildren with Paul’s older children and her “boys” are now 20 and 23. Josh, 23, lives in Falmouth and is searching for his path, but doing very, very well, while Zack, 20, is entering his junior year at New England Conservatory as a Vocal Performance Major. He is in the Opera program and just returned from a trip to Salzburg, Austria where he studied through a scholarship he won in the NATS competition. Keep your eyes open for him...his voice is pretty amazing. She produces a lot of artistic programming in both the visual and performing arts,
and continues to direct, and will be directing “Our Town” this spring for her organization. She does miss being on stage, however. She’s overdue. All of her experiences in the arts through her life led her to this job and even though she’s ahead in years, she’s still learning, growing and changing every day. For leisure time, when she gets it, she enjoys her home in Eastham on the Cape. That is where she enjoys being the most with her main squeeze and best friend, Paul, and their family and friends. ¶ Christina Tamasco reports that after graduation she returned to Regis to complete the RN to NP program, and became a nurse practitioner in 2010. She lives in Marshfield and has a 7-year-old son. ¶ As for me, Christina Aprea Young, life is still moving a million miles a minute! I have been at Franklin Pierce U as Director of Alumni Relations since October 2012 and loving every minute of it. We need to start thinking about our 10th Reunion in 2015! YIKES! ¶ Kathryn Bloomquist would like to hear from you. She enjoyed vacationing at Cape Cod and on Squam Lake in New Hampshire and is now rehearsing with the Alumnae Chorale for our Christmas concerts on December 7 and 8 at 3:30 in Casey Theater. She hopes to see you there. ¶ Amy Riccitelli is currently working as a mother, baby, and newborn nursery nurse PRN, and parttime at a pediatric cardiac clinic near Atlanta, GA. She’s married and has a 4-year-old daughter. ¶ It has been an exciting year for Craig Sussman. Craig married Nadia Jackson in a private ceremony with their children on July 26, 2013 in Lexington, MA. Craig brings 2 children to the marriage, Taylor, 14, and Ryan, 11, and Nadia brings 1, Owen, 4. They reside in Lincoln, MA. The bride graduated from Ithaca College for her undergraduate degree and from BU Medical School for her graduate Psychology degree. She currently works as a per diem LMHC and a fulltime mom. Craig holds multiple nursing degrees from Regis College and currently works as a Nurse Practitioner for Eliot Community Services in Concord, MA. Craig met his wife at work 8 years ago when they worked at Walden Behavioral Care in Waltham, MA.
Thanks for keeping in touch; we look forward to hearing your news!
working at a nonprofit as a Program Coordinator of a family child care program in the Bronx. ¶ Veronica Coles McIntosh and her husband had their 1st baby, a beautiful baby girl, named Victoria Rose on July 15.. Veronica sends her love to the Regis girls that were able to make it to her baby shower. ¶ Amanda Iverson left her class at the May Center and has started teaching 4th and 5th graders in the ASD and behavior classroom in the Plymouth Public Schools. ¶ As for me, Erin Campbell, I moved back to Wellesley in May and was very fortunate to see many familiar Regis faces over the summer months. Even though the Bruins did not win the cup, the loss wasn’t as bad with Lisa Crowley and Ryan Carney for playoff game company. Both Jenn Parris and Laura “Bing” Anuszczyk made Massachusetts visits.
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✒Leah Boniface, LBoniface16@ yahoo.com ✒Sarah Boniface Sauder, SBoniface17@yahoo.com ¶ Aislynn Quinn and Craig Assad joyfully announce the birth of Kalley Rose on August 27 at 8 lbs, 8 ounces. ¶ Kate Daley Fisher’s biggest updates are about her little man, PJ. He was diagnosed with cancer in April and will be completing his chemo treatments in September...all fingers crossed. The tumors have shrunk significantly and the prognosis is good! “I am the proud momma of a Cancer Warrior!” she said. ¶ Jullieanne Doherty continues to work hard for the City of Boston serving as the Mayor’s liaison to the Jamaica Plain neighborhood and primary point of contact in the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services for constituents, business districts, and LGBT community partners. This past spring she helped coordinate over 23 service projects and 500 volunteers in Jamaica Plain for the annual citywide cleanup. Jullieanne was also part of the team that helped set up the Boston Marathon Memorial in Copley Square. Honored to have been part of such a life changing moment, she has never been more proud to be Boston Strong. ¶ Leah Boniface moved to Brighton in September with her boyfriend, Phil, and her cat, Mocha. ¶ Sarah Boniface Sauder was promoted to Senior Compensation Consultant at Waters Corporation in Feb. She celebrated her 1st wedding anniversary in Sept. ¶ From Elsbeth Clifford: I am working as Lead Case Manager with disabled adults in Boston, and also working as a photographer for Elsbeth Clifford Photography. I will be getting married on March 22 at Sunday River Ski resort in Maine. I was excited to reconnect with my all my Regis girls at the wedding. My bridal party includes lots of Regis alumni: Melinda Rondeau, Colleen Collarusso, Estefania Von Housen, Meg Delaney, and Liz Aiello are all bridesmaids. I have had the pleasure of meeting and taking photos of fellow Regis alumna Kate Daley Fisher’s son PJ. PJ is a adorable baby and I am so happy for her and her husband.
✒Jennifer Thomas, JThomas822@ gmail.com ✒Kristine Zarifian, kzarifian @gmail.com ¶ If you attended our 5th Reunion in May, hopefully you had a fabulous time! Besides reconnecting with friends, dancing under the tent at the tower, and getting to meet older
alumni, we also voted on our class officers for the next 5 years and are excited to officially introduce Lauren Cavalier and Katelynn Shea as your Co-Presidents, Ashley Villandry as Vice President and Reunion Committee Chairperson and us—Jennifer Thomas and Kristine Zarifian as Co-Class Reporters. In addition to Katelynn’s leadership role for our class, she also recently switched from working as the Assistant Director of Admission at Regis to now working in Residence Life as a Community Coordinator. ¶ Kelly McCarthy Rausa had a summer full of celebrations, including her son Anthony’s 4th birthday in July, daughter Kayleigh’s 1st birthday and her 3rd wedding anniversary in August! Kelly is currently working part-time as a nurse while focusing on raising her children. She also let us know that Maria Jimenez married Isaiah Davis in Newport, RI in Aug., and Kimberly Lailer plans to marry Sean Landry in York, ME in Sept. Speaking of weddings, Shawna Smith recently got engaged to Robert Egan and is planning a wedding for the winter in 2015. Congratulations ladies! ¶ A few of our classmates are focusing on furthering their education, including Herlay Paul Maitre who recently obtained an MSW and is working to collect hours for the LCSW exam in California, and Jennifer Engelhorn who earned a Nurse Practitioner master’s degree from the U of PA. ¶ Please like the “Regis College Class of 2008” Facebook page so we can keep you updated on news and events.
5th Reunion ✒Monique A. Colarossi, MAC_777@ msn.com ✒Jocelyn C. Yabut, jocelyn email@example.com ✒Hillary Mosher, firstname.lastname@example.org ¶ Omayra Cruz married her college sweetheart Jonathan Rosenthal on September 6 in East Bridgewater, MA. ¶ Tiffany Blessing-Gagnon is happily married to Greg Gagnon. They recently bought a house in Hudson, NH and are expecting their 1st baby boy this fall!
✒Shannon Tonelli, stone084@regis college.edu ✒Alanna DelRose, alanna. email@example.com ¶ Leigh Handschuh works at the Boston Foundation in a new role as a Nonprofit Effectiveness Associate. She completed her Master of Public Administration (MPA) at Suffolk U’s Institute for Public Service in Dec. 2012. Leigh couldn’t be more grateful to have the chance to work with nonprofits statewide that are doing great work in our communities. Recently, she enjoyed celebrating the
engagement of Nichole Deschenes with her fellow “bio-buddy” Sarah Paquette. ¶ Karen Price is attending graduate school at Wheelock College and was accepted into the Master of Science in Education: Educational Studies Peace Corps Masters International Program. ¶ Shannon Tonelli is teaching 4th grade in Medway this year. She continues to work at Regis as a Graduate Fellow and plans to complete her MAT in Special Education in May 2014. Over the summer, Shannon traveled back to Peru to reconnect with friends. This summer she spent time catching up with fellow Regis alumni.
James Guaragna, james.guaragna@ regiscollege.edu ¶ The Class of 2011
had a great representation at the All-Alumni Reunion this past May! It was a great event and many of us were there to see Carlos Moreno ’12 receive the Young Alumni Award! ¶ Nathan Fagundo continues to work at EMC in another new role that he has just started as a Systems Engineer in Franklin, MA. Nathan just bought a brand new Mustang and is “cruising” the road quite a bit. He is also going on a cruise in Oct. with his best friend from high school. Keep it up, Mr. Fagundo! ¶ Yash Shah has started a new position at Accenture as an Information Security Analyst. Yash gets to travel with this position and is enjoying it very much so far. ¶ I, James Guaragna, have been promoted at Regis and am now the Director of Orientation & Communication Management for the Office of Student Affairs, along with being the Assistant Men’s/Women’s Volleyball Coach at Regis. In May 2013, I finished the master’s program at Regis and have had the chance to catch up with many alums from 2011 this past year. Nathan, Yash and I continue to participate in a Fantasy Football league together and are hoping that this is the year we win it all! ¶ Alycia Murray continues to work at Regis as a Student Programming and Leadership Coordinator. Alycia wears many hats in the office as she advises student organizations and runs many events on campus as well. Alycia is finishing up her master’s degree in Heritage Studies at Regis as well. ¶ Caitlin Erwin continues her dream as an RN at the East Boston Neighborhood Health Center! Caitlin, Alycia, and James all played in a softball league this summer and came in 4th place in our bracket, with a 1-run loss in the semifinals. Caitlin continues to play in the “frostbite league” in the fall as the right fielder! ¶ Mary Kate Flynn works at the Boston Firefighters Credit Union as a Business Development
Alyson M. Goncalves, alycat0321@ verizon.net ¶ Sasha Neal is currently
working as a fulltime RN at an inpatient psychiatric hospital in Brookline, MA. She is recently engaged and has a new apartment. ¶ Nancy Mahoney Rossman, MSN-CPNP is expecting a baby boy this fall.
Jacqui Williams, Jacqueline.williams@ regiscollege.edu ¶ Molly Gentilucci:
After graduating in May, Molly jumped right into the communication grad program at Regis. She intends to complete the program by May 2014. Molly has a 15-hour/week graduate assistantship with the undergraduate communication department with Dr. Weintraub and Dr. Malachowski. She also works part-time as a babysitter in Weston, and part-time for her father’s business. Molly currently resides at home in Newton, MA. ¶ Amy Kerr: Amy has recently begun working with South Bay Mental Health Center as a Family Service Provider in Mashpee, MA. Amy works with kids on behavioral skills, social skills, coping skills, etc. She does this through being a therapeutic mentor and therapeutic training and support. She is currently living at home on Cape Cod with her family while she works until she can apply and hopefully get into grad school for criminal or child psychology. Amy will be a part of the Citizens Police Academy class at
the police department in her town, and will be taking a class on American Sign Language at the community college. ¶ Jacqui Williams: Jacqui is currently working as a Student Programming & Leadership Coordinator at Regis College. Jacqui is in the Organizational and Professional Communication master’s program and plans to graduate in May 2015. ¶ Angela Holgado: Angela is currently an Admission Representative in the Undergraduate Office of Admission at Regis while she pursues her master’s degree in Regulatory and Clinical Research Management. She plans to graduate from this program in May 2015, and then hopes to pursue a career in clinical research. ¶ Alyssa Serfes: Alyssa is currently recruiting nurse practitioners and physicians for Barton Associates, a company that specializes in “locum tenens”—staffing doctors in different positions all over the country. ¶ Alexis Zallas: Alexis was accepted to the U of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine as one of 120 students in the Class of 2017. She intends to pursue a dual DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine)/Master of Public Health Degree in order to work for the Centers for Disease Control and/ or apply for a Small Animal Surgery residency after receiving her DVM. ¶ Stephen Healey: Stephen was the only male to graduate in his nursing class. While in nursing school, he was hired as a patient care assistant at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. While there, his floor received the Partners in Excellence Award for Traumatic Brain Injuries on the burn/trauma unit. Stephen successfully passed his nursing boards in July and this past Aug. he was officially hired at Brigham and Women’s Hospital as an RN, and will be working on the Plastics/Urology unit as well as the burn/trauma intermediate care unit. He is currently going through his nursing orientation, which will last 3 months. He explains that nursing school was not easy, however the Regis faculty did an “excellent job” preparing him for his career. He was a commuter student throughout the four years at Regis, which made it difficult to meet people, but he was very fortunate to have been a part of a nursing class where the other students were friendly, personable, and motivating. ¶ Sophorn Nop: Sophorn has plans to start graduate studies either in the spring or next fall, but is currently working for his parents’ company, a business which imports/exports car tires from India, China, as well as a few European countries. He occasionally comes back to Regis to help out the tennis team during practice and home matches. Sophorn also plans on visiting Europe for a month before the year comes to a close. ¶ Stephen McGovern: Upon graduating, Stephen moved to
Washington, DC to work with City Year, a non-profit organization that “unites young people of all backgrounds for a year of full-time service to keep students in school and on track to graduation.” He is doing his service work at the Stanton Elementary School with the largest team in City Year DC history! To all of the classes who did not submit notes, please contact your reporter so we can keep you connected through Regis Today!
1946 ✒If you are interested in serv-
ing as the class ’46 reporter, please call 781-768-7220.
1973 ✒Dr. Patricia D’Amore, firstname.lastname@example.org 1975 ✒Christina P. McMahon, email@example.com 1985 ✒Holly J. Babin, hollybabin@ gmail.com ✒Dianne G. Baxter, firstname.lastname@example.org
1990 ✒Robin Daley Doyle, rdoyle@ captivate.com ✒Christina Ferlisi Kennedy, email@example.com ✒Bethlee O’Connor, McGlaughlin, firstname.lastname@example.org ✒Lt. Col. Elaine M. Posanka, email@example.com
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Representative. ¶ Phil Alibrandi is the Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at Regis College. The team made the NECC Championship game last year before losing a close game to Elms. Phil is working towards his master’s degree in Health Administration at Regis as well. Both Mary Kate and Phil completed the Falmouth Road Race together in August! ¶ Rachel Anderson is happy to report that she married her best friend, Carrie Stare, on June 29! Kelsey Baker, Kristina Barbrick, Katelyn Iacolo, Melissa Moore, Alycia Murray, Hemali Patel, and Allyson Silva attended, along with many other, much loved Regis friends from other years. Rachel and Carrie made the 3,000mile road trip from Connecticut to Nevada in Aug., relocating for Rachel’s year-long vicarship at Lord of Mercy Lutheran Church in Sparks, Nevada. They passed through 14 states and stayed in 5 National Parks. If you are ever in northern Nevada or California, you are invited to stop by for a visit! ¶ Remember, there are always tons of events at Regis and we look forward to seeing you at them! As always, Regis has taught you well! God is good, all the time!
1992 ✒Audrey Griffin-Goode, Audreygriffin04@yahoo.com 1993 ✒Jean M. Lorizio, jmlorizio@ gmail.com ✒Angela M. Valerio, angmvll@ comcast.net 1994✒Karen E. McCue, KcKorK@aol.
com ✒Heather E. Williams, williams87@ gmail.com
1995 ✒Johanna C. Taylor, jpc877@
Class Notes Participation The ’50s, ’60s, ’00s, and ’10s have 100% Class Notes participation! The ’80s are right behind them with 90%. Let’s try to get participation from all classes next issue!
Flag Indicates Reunion Year
Regis has been notified of the following alumni and friends who passed away between March 28, 2013 and October 30, 2013. May they rest in God’s eternal peace.
1936 Nathalie Boland Dauphine April 1, 2013
1952 Patricia Donovan Bondelevitch July 25, 2013
Elizabeth Galligan McCarthy June 24, 2013
Antoinette Navarro Campbell May 4, 2013
1938 Rita Sherman December 13, 2012
Katherine Turschmann Sacco October 13, 2013
1962 Julia Fitzgerald Mulkerin March 28, 2013
1953 Joan Cannon Bagley May 12, 2013
1964 Barbara A. Kelly September 21, 2013
Helen Valle Binell June 13, 2013
Maureen Cronk Prout January 24, 2007
Mary Driscoll Hermann August 30, 2013
1969 Cornelia Dalton Hoyle June 15, 2013
1941 Marjorie Goodwin Kenney April 16, 2013 1942 Jean Crowley Healy March 22, 2013
Geraldine McGillicuddy Langdon August 31, 2013 Margaret Loughlin Splaine July 19, 2013
1943 Eileen O’Brien Dee September 11, 2013 Doris White Milne October 5, 2012 1945 Mary Begley Hannon August 14, 2013 1947 Corinne Pierce Kiluk May 28, 2013 1948 Dorothea Jennings Meehan January 1, 2013 Margaret Manning Saunders December 27, 2012 1949 Patricia Tiernan Kelley June 4, 2013 Barbara Masterson Smith August 15, 2013 1950 Lois Vachon Ward August 2, 2013 1951 Anne-Marie Cahill Casey July 24, 2013 Ruth Durnan Johnson July 29, 2013
Christine Lyons Kelly August 7, 2012 Regina Stack Killoren April 14, 2013 1954 Helen O’Toole Curran August 8, 2013 Mary Corliss Woods August 19, 2013 1955 Brenda O’Connor Campbell October 4, 2013 Margaret Garballey, CSJ July 13, 2013 1956 Carolyn Ambrose Hayes Donovan August 5, 2013 Joyce A. Haggerty, PhD April 27, 2013 Joyce Dunn Higgins April 13, 2013 1957 Mary Louise Cannon Brady April 17, 2013 Kathleen Speer Howrigan May 17, 2013 1959 Marianna Doyle Hannigan July 13, 2013 1960 Madeline Pini Coviello July 18, 2013 1961 Marjorie Donovan Bedard April 24, 2013
Margaret Savage Hallisey March 29, 2013 Judith Wilson Sullivan June 9, 2013
Roberta Maziara December 12, 2012 Sharon Sullivan August 18, 2013 Lisa Agrippino Trojano July 19, 2013 1974 Mary-Lee Mahoney-Emerson August 27, 2013 1976 Barbara Mulry-Heuer December 13, 2012 1977 Mary Walsh Davidson April 4, 2013 1978 Mary McGovern-Krukowski August 3, 2011 1979 Dorothy Ward Martinelli June 23, 2013 1981 Debra Ann Goguen Doherty May 8, 2013 1989 Nancy Flaherty Gustin May 12, 2013 2009 Claudette Moises February 25, 2012 2011 Joyce Reardon, DNP December 14, 2012
A Fitting Honor The Sister Thérèse Higgins Sisters of St. Joseph Scholarship and The Sister Jeanne d’Arc O’Hare Merit Scholarship The Regis Fund is the underpinning of the College, providing funding for everything from scholarships, student clubs, technology, financial aid, athletics — you name it, the Regis Fund supports it. The Regis Fund remains front and center in our fundraising efforts for the College, but now our donors have the option to earmark their gift for a specific scholarship, if they wish. As we celebrate the legacies of two great women, we look forward to the opportunity of creating new legacies as students bring their purpose and find their path at Regis College.
Giving is easy ➤ online www.registowertalk.net/regisfund ➤ Phone 781-768-7220 ➤ Mail Office of Institutional Advancement & Alumni Relations, Regis College, 235 Wellesley St., Box 30, Weston, MA 02493 For more information about The Regis Fund giving options, visit www.registowertalk.net/ regisfund
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Seeing the ‘Whole Child’ BY Patr ic ia d ibona ’8 4
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When Donna Winderl-Malyak, MSN, transitioned from a 30-year career in family practice to her current job as the nurse practitioner at Trinity Catholic Academy in Brockton, Mass., it was a way to reconnect with children and make a difference in their lives. Four years later, it’s clear that she has done just that. The compact health office she shares with her own students—aspiring pediatric and family nurse practitioners from Regis—has become a safe haven for 200 urban parochial school students, a non-threatening place where they can seek help either when sick or when some aspect of their well-being is in question. This has become more than a typical school nurse’s office. Here, across from the gym and down the hall from the cafeteria, students receive the attention— and the caring—so critical to quality primary health care. On any given day, Winderl-Malyak, a board-certified advanced practice registered nurse (APRN-BC) and family nurse practitioner, may assess a student complaining of ear pain. She performs an exam and diagnoses an ear infection. “I will call the parent and offer the option of being seen by the pediatrician or being treated by me. It offers the parent the option of not needing to miss work and the child being able to remain in school,” she said. The school setting allows nurse practitioners like Winderl-Malyak to forge strong relationships with children. “Unlike a medical facility, the school lets us see kids in their own environment, as they walk through the hall and interact with peers. We see what they’re like developmentally, something particularly important with adolescents,” said family nurse practitioner Cynthia Bashaw, MS, APRN-BC,
assistant professor of nursing at Regis and director of the nurse practitioner program. Pediatric nurse practitioner Nancy DelGuidice, MSN, Regis faculty liaison for school-based nurse practitioner health services, phrased it this way: “Donna is acutely aware of how disruption in any aspect of a child’s life affects school performance. She is an integral member of the Trinity team, which includes the administration and teachers.” The nurse practitioner students get to witness this teamwork in action. Cynthia McNally, former principal and now acting interim regional director at Trinity, where WinderlMalyak has precepted over 60 Regis nurse practitioner students, explained, “Donna doesn’t just look at a child’s symptoms—she looks at the whole child.” Pediatric nurse practitioner student Erica Holleran ’14 has learned that conversations with children often lend insight into psychological issues or problems at home. Headaches and stomach pain may have underlying causes. Her classmate Casey Leber ’14, a family nurse practitioner student, noted that pediatric placements are hard to come by and said this one is not only special but has changed her perspective on pediatric health care. “When a child goes to the pediatrician, the parent often speaks for him. Here, we get to hear the child’s voice.” Regis faculty and students began caring for Catholic schoolchildren at Boston archdiocesan schools in the 1990s through a Department of Public Health grant. Five years ago, trustee Sister Mary Anne Doyle, CSJ, PhD, of the Catholic Schools Office of the Archdiocese of Boston, contacted then-
photo: Brian Smith
Donna Winderl-Malyak, center, oversees a Regis College nurse practitioner student assess a student at Trinity Catholic Academy as part of the partnership between the College and the school.
Dean of the School of Nursing, Sciences and Health Professions Antoinette Hays, PhD, RN, and asked if she could replicate the Boston work in Brockton. Dr. Hays embraced the idea. With grant monies no longer available, Regis allocated full-time funds for a clinical faculty, and Trinity Catholic Academy arranged for the clinical space and supplies. “It has become an incredible academic partnership that creates wonderful opportunities for both sides,” President Hays said. Trinity’s advanced practice nursing model is now taking shape at Saint Joseph Preparatory High
School in Brighton. According to Bashaw, it offers a win-win situation for all involved. “Regis nurse practitioner students need pediatric clinical experience and the Catholic schools need our service. It is a beautiful articulation.” Trinity pediatric nurse practitioner student Stephanie Joe ’14 agrees. ”I have had a lot of independence seeing clients as well as obtaining assistance whenever I need it. Donna has provided me with new knowledge and guidance to become a great pediatric nurse practitioner in the future.”
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Save the Date Saturday, May 17, 2014
All-Alumni Reunion Reunion Weekend is for classes ending in 4 and 9, but the All-Alumni Reunion Dinner under the tent on Saturday is for everyone! Invitation coming soon.
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