FORWARD THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE of SETON HILL UNIVERSITY
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS JULY 1, 2018 THROUGH JUNE 30, 2019
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Message from the President
Sisters of Charity Residence Hall Dedicated
Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing Opens
$2.16 Million Grant to Expand Access to STEM Careers
10 Class of 1969 Achieves Record Reunion Gift 12 Scholarship Luncheon Honors Donors, Students 16 Brownlee Mathematics Center Receives Grant Richard Quinlan Establishes Scholarship
17 in Memory of Helen Normile Quinlan â€™59 LECOM and Seton Hill Celebrate
18 10-year Partnership 20 30 Under 30
Catholic Charities USA CEO Honored
34 at May Commencement 36 Distinguished Alumni 52 Honor Roll of Donors
faculty in focus 40 New Dean, NCCHE Director campus news 42 News Briefs griffin notes 50 Sport Wraps
Sister Catherine Meinert, Provincial Superior of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, reads a plaque placed inside the lobby of the new Sisters of Charity Residence Hall.
Spring flowers leave a pastel hint on the windows of Lowe Dining Hall in this photo by student Danielle Hegyes.
A Message from the President Dear Alumni and Friends, Dear Alumni and Friends, As Sister Francesca Brownlee took the train from Greensburg to Harrisburg, poised to present her argument as to why the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill should be permitted to open a college for women, did she have any idea of the impact her actions would have more than a century later? In seeking to open Seton Hill College, she – and the other Sisters of Charity of her day – were intent on providing fouryear college degrees to women, offering them the same opportunities as their fathers and brothers. As forward thinking as Sister Francesca was, I am not sure even she could have foreseen what would have resulted from her hard-fought arguments in front of the state Board of Education. The single-digit class rosters of the early days of Seton Hill have grown to classes of hundreds of students. We were most pleased to welcome 461 first-year traditional undergraduate students for the 2019-20 academic year when classes began in August with nearly 400 new freshmen and more than 60 transfer students arriving to campus. The Class of 2023 – the second largest in university history – boasts an average GPA of 3.66 with 43 percent ranked in the top quarter of their high school class and 78 percent in the top half. But Seton Hill’s enrollment growth has not sacrificed the attention that each student receives as they move from freshman year to graduation. Seton Hill’s undergraduate education, including the Fit for the World career readiness program, is showing remarkable results: 98 percent of
bachelor’s degree recipients from the Class of 2018 were employed or enrolled in graduate school within six months of graduation. For master’s degree recipients, 99 percent were employed within that time period. Seton Hill alumni are engaged in meaningful work all over the world – and you will read about some of our young alumni in the 30 Under 30 feature in this edition of Forward. They are working as doctors, researchers, attorneys and educators. They are artists and musicians, small business owners and therapists. All are carrying forth the legacy of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill and making an impact in their communities. And Seton Hill is making an impact in the Greensburg community and beyond. A recent study by the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania (AICUP) revealed that Seton Hill University made an estimated $116.8 million impact on the Pennsylvania economy and produced more than 1,000 jobs in 2018. Seton Hill’s impact increased by more than $46 million since the last AICUP economic impact study was released in 2016. That study showed Seton Hill contributed $70.5 million in 2014. The AICUP study confirms that Seton Hill continues to make a profound economic contribution locally, regionally and statewide. Seton Hill has increased enrollment, added additional academic and residential facilities and expanded its academic offerings, including new majors in Cybersecurity and Nursing. This growth – both on our hilltop campus and
in our downtown Greensburg facilities – continues to drive the expansion of the economy in Greensburg and beyond. Seton Hill’s impact is also being recognized by national foundations and organizations such as the U.S. Department of Education and the Booth Ferris Foundation. Seton Hill was recently awarded a $2.16 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education through its Title III Strengthening Institutions program. The competitive grant will expand Seton Hill’s capacity to prepare graduates for high-demand careers in STEM and increase access and achievement of academically underprepared students in all programs of study. Funds will be used to develop new academic programming, engage students in high-tech science facilities, increase opportunities for undergraduate research, and enhance academic support structures. And the university has received a $100,000 grant from the Booth Ferris Foundation to support the university’s Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center and its efforts to strengthen mathematics skills of undergraduate students. The Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Center was established thanks to a gift from Robert Brownlee – the nephew of Sister Francesca Brownlee – who remains close to the university his aunt helped to found. And this university remains forever indebted to Sister Francesca and all of the Sisters of Charity whose charism has influenced all that we have done and continue to do. In September, we were proud to bless and dedicate Seton Hill’s newest residence hall in honor of these courageous women who risked everything to establish Seton Hill. The Sisters of Charity Residence Hall
– which houses 145 upperclass students – will forever stand as a testament to the risk taking women who built the secure foundation upon which FRIDAY, OCTO BER 4, 2019 Seton Hill University sits today. Without them – and without our active Seton Hill awarded and generous alumni $2.16 million feder al and friends – Seton grant to expand ST EM-related fields Hill would not be able to make the impact it has in the lives of our students and in our community. All of us are ST 23, 2019 truly partners FRIDAY, AUGU in the work of educating students. Your r lster math cente o b p el h continued to t n ra ed g Seton Hill award involvement in the mission of our university is a wonderful testament to Seton Hill’s past and a promise for our future.
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Student Sarah Hester, President Mary C. Finger, Sister Catherine Meinert, Immediate Past Board Chair Ruth O’Block Grant and Bishop Edward C. Malesic unveil a plaque inside the new Sisters of Charity Residence Hall.
Seton Hill Celebrates the Legacy of the Sisters of Charity New Residence Hall Named in Honor of the University’s Founding Order Seton Hill University’s eighth residence hall was blessed and dedicated in honor of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, the university’s founding order, in a ceremony held on September 11. “As construction of this new space for students began during the Centennial Celebration of Seton Hill’s founding as a four-year institution, we found it most fitting to name the building to honor the legacy of our founders – the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill,” President Mary C. Finger said at the dedication. “The Sisters of Charity Residence Hall recognizes the extraordinary dedication of our founders to the mission of Seton Hill University throughout its history.” She added, “The Sisters are women of tremendous courage and faith who committed themselves to begin, grow and sustain Seton Hill over the past century. This residence hall named in their honor celebrates the legacy, mission and charism of the Sisters of Charity not only as we gather today but for generations to come.” Charity Hall – as the students have begun to call it – houses 145 upperclass Seton Hill students. It is the first residence hall built since DeChantal Hall opened in 2005 and brings to 945 the total number of resident students on campus. “This expansion of residential facilities at Seton Hill represents the growth the university has experienced in enrollment, academic programs and athletics,” said Ruth O’Block Grant, Immediate Past Chair of the Seton Hill Board of Trustees, who offered remarks on behalf of the board. “During my time as a student at Seton Hill, the Sisters of Charity were a commanding
presence on campus and have had a profound and lasting influence on my life. Through the naming of the Sisters of Charity Residence Hall, we will remind future generations of Setonians of the important role the Sisters have played in the life of Seton Hill.” Sarah Hester, a senior forensic science major and a member of the Student Government Association board, lives in Charity Hall and spoke on behalf of students. “The legacy of the Sisters of Charity permeates the student experience at Seton Hill through the four pillars – Welcoming, Learning, Celebrating and Serving,” she said These pillars Guests, including members of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, sing the Seton Hill Alma Mater at the conclusion of the blessing and dedication.
are built from the foundation the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill set here more than 100 years ago. I am proud to carry on that Setonian legacy into the world when I graduate in May.” Bishop Edward C. Malesic blessed the space during the ceremony and a plaque was unveiled in the lobby to recognize the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill. “It is a great honor to have a residence hall named after our community,” said Sister Catherine Meinert, Provincial Superior of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill. “We stand on the shoulders of women who came before us and worked so hard to establish an Academy and then Seton Hill College and now the university. It is in their name that we, the current Sisters of Charity, accept this honor.” She added, “As I meet so many of the students, I am filled with pride at their respectfulness, kindness and generosity. Students, during your tenure here at Seton Hill, you will learn the Setonian values and hopefully make decisions that will always reflect these values in your lives. May Our Lord be always present in this Residence Hall giving comfort, peace and friendships that will last a lifetime.”
Bishop Edward C. Malesic blesses the new Sisters of Charity Residence Hall.
The words of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and restored windows from St. Joseph Hall framed with wood from Lowe Dining Hall are displayed inside the Sisters of Charity Residence Hall.
Seton Hill Dedicates Daniel J. Wukich New BSN Program will Help Alleviate Nursing Shortage
“As we met with regional healthcare leaders, it became clear to us that they were in need of bachelor’s degreeeducated nurses to meet regional workforce needs and provide healthcare to patients in rural and urban areas,” said Seton Hill Provost Susan Yochum, SC, Ph.D. “With more than 500,000 experienced nurses expected to retire by 2022, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the need to prepare more than one million nurses in order to avoid a nursing shortage.” Sister Mary Norbert Long, Sister Susan Yochum, Diane Kondas, Mary C. Finger, Daniel J. Wukich and Chloe She added, “Seton Hill’s BSN offers Pohland join to cut the ribbon at the blessing and dedication of the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing. students both the scientific and professional education they will need to succeed in the nursing profession and The Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing at Seton Hill University provides them with the liberal arts background that will allow them began to take shape at a dinner in 2017 attended by President Mary C. to effectively communicate with patients, collaborate with fellow Finger and Trustee Daniel J. Wukich. healthcare professionals and ultimately become leaders within “Dr. Finger said, ’Dan, why don’t you sponsor a nursing school at healthcare organizations.” Seton Hill University,’” Wukich recalled. “And I said, ’How much?’ She Diane Kondas, Director of the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing, gave me a number, and I said immediately, ’You’ve got a deal.’” has instituted a program infused with technology that will enhance the “I believe if you can, you should,” he said. learning experience for our students. This includes: Wukich, Founder and CEO of Quest Healthcare Development, • A Nursing Skills Laboratory that provides a real-life hospital recounted that story at the Blessing and Dedication of the Daniel J. setting for students to learn clinical skills; Wukich School of Nursing on October 17. • The use of interactive mannequins to provide students Wukich’s generous leadership commitment allowed Seton Hill to experience with listening to a heartbeat, taking a pulse launch its new Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing this fall for an and more; inaugural class of 26 students. • Clinical lessons on recording electronic healthcare records “But one could trace the story of this program back to 1918 – for patients; when the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill founded Seton Hill College and • The use of smartcarts to distribute medicine; insisted that the sciences be taught to the women who would attend • And a planned high-fidelity simulation lab – where advanced despite the protestations of the government at the time,” President nursing classes can simulate real-world cases under the watchful Finger said. “From that foundation, strong programs in Biology and eye of faculty in a controlled setting. Chemistry emerged – propelling alumnae into careers in medicine, Partnerships have been developed with hospitals, health care research and teaching.” systems and nursing home facilities throughout the region for clinical And while the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill had a long placements for Seton Hill nursing students, including Excela, UPMC, affiliation running a nursing education program at the former Allegheny Health Network, the William Penn and Loyalhanna Care Pittsburgh Hospital – which included nursing students taking summer Centers, and more. courses at Seton Hill – the university never offered nursing as a major. The first floor of Maura Hall has been renovated to house the Today, the need to educate nurses is compelling.
School of Nursing Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing. Soon, the inaugural class will begin taking their first nursing classes. Among them is Chloe Pohland, who spoke on behalf of the class at the dedication. Pohland, a recent graduate of Greater Latrobe High School, said she was planning to attend a larger university to study nursing, but soon realized she would be just a number. When she heard Seton Hill was starting a BSN program, she decided to apply. “I immediately found a sense of community here – a place where everyone was friendly and supportive; a place where I was not just a number,” she said. “The values we learn at Seton Hill – values of welcoming, serving, treating Daniel J. Wukich and members of the inaugural class of the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing everyone with dignity and respect – are the very pose for a photo in the Nursing Skills Lab. values we will need as nurses.” “On behalf of my classmates, I want to thank Mr. Wukich for his generous contribution to start the Daniel J. Wukich “As a member of the Seton Hill Board of Trustees, I have been School of Nursing and giving us the opportunity to serve others privileged to lend my experience in business and healthcare to help throughout our nursing careers,” she said. Seton Hill establish this program, and I have been pleased to offer my support to Seton Hill students planning a nursing career,” he said. “How Wukich said he was honored to be able to continue his great to have so many of the inaugural class here tonight! I want every long-standing relationship with Seton Hill, which began when his one of you to succeed. I can’t wait to see what a difference each of you daughter, Lynne Wukich Lippincott, transferred to the university from is going to make in the healthcare facilities throughout our region — Carnegie Mellon. especially my own!” His affiliation continued with his service as a Trustee, his support of Seton Hill business and healthcare programs through the Wukich Center for Entrepreneurial Opportunities and the JoAnne Woodyard Boyle Health Sciences Center, and the graduation of his grandson, Daniel R. Wukich, who earned both his bachelor’s and MBA from the university.
Members of the Wukich family, including (left to right) Nico Neiderhiser, Ashley Danton, Daniel R. Wukich, Hunter Neiderhiser, Tammy Wukich, Daniel J. Wukich, Brittany Wukich, Isabella Neiderhiser, Daniel P. Wukich, Lynne Lippincott and Wayne Lippincott, gathered for the ceremony.
Daniel J. Wukich addresses the crowd at the blessing and dedication.
Seton Hill received a $2.16 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to expand Seton Hill’s capacity to prepare graduates for highdemand careers in STEM. The grant will help expand services provided by The Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center.
$2.16 Million Grant Awarded to Seton Hill University for Expanded Access to STEM Careers U.S. Department of Education Awards Title III Strengthening Institutions Grant Seton Hill University has been awarded a $2.16 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education through its Title III Strengthening Institutions program. The competitive grant will expand Seton Hill’s capacity to prepare graduates for high-demand careers in STEM and increase access and achievement of underprepared students in all programs of study. Funds will be used to develop new academic programming, engage students in high-tech science facilities, increase opportunities for undergraduate research, and
enhance academic support structures. “The Title III Strengthening Institutions grant recognizes Seton Hill University’s historic strength in the sciences as well as its longstanding commitment to providing access to educational opportunities to traditionally underserved students,” said President Mary C. Finger. “This grant will allow Seton Hill to expand upon our already robust academic programs in STEM fields and will provide students with the skills they need to succeed in their classes and in the highly-technical fields that await them.”
Sister Susan Yochum, Seton Hill Provost, added, “Seton Hill students will greatly benefit from the Title III grant through increased opportunities to conduct undergraduate research, access to the latest instructional technology and laboratory instrumentation as well as assistance and enrichment in mathematics. The grant will enable Seton Hill to better prepare all students interested in careers or graduate study in STEM fields.” The Title III grant will support Seton Hill students in four key ways. The grant will allow Seton Hill to expand its Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center to increase successful outcomes for academically underprepared students and those in math-intensive STEM majors. The grant will also provide funding for Seton Hill’s new Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing, which began admitting students this fall into the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing. Grant funds will support the addition of a high-fidelity nursing simulation laboratory and the acquisition of nursing education equipment for re-creating scenarios found in the real-world medical environment. The Seton Hill BSN will help to alleviate a nursing shortage throughout Pennsylvania, especially in
underserved rural and urban areas. Seton Hill will also develop additional high-tech learning environments and instrumentation to serve multiple disciplines in the sciences, including an Instructional Data Analysis Hub, which enables students to perform research and data analysis in an interactive, collaborative learning environment. Finally, the grant will allow Seton Hill to increase undergraduate research capabilities as well as build a research fund to support student research opportunities and increase student competitiveness for careers in science and/or graduate school. The Title III Strengthening Institutions grant program helps higher education institutions expand their capacity to serve lowincome students by providing funds to improve and strengthen academic quality, institutional management, and fiscal stability. This marks the third competitive Title III grant for Seton Hill University. The previous awards – one in 2000 and one in 2008 – allowed Seton Hill to sustain and upgrade campus technology and provide training to faculty in the effective integration of technology into teaching and learning.
Students Leila Ayala and Kaylene Chavez work out a chemistry problem in the Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center.
Class of 1969 Achieves Largest Reunion Class Raises more than $1 million for their 50th Anniversary
In the summer of 1969, as the world’s attention turned toward the two American men who took the first steps on the moon, a group of young women were embarking on their own life’s mission. The graduates of the Class of 1969 would go out into the world that summer to serve their communities in classrooms, boardrooms and newsrooms, in the military and in government roles, and in philanthropy and public service. A half-century later, the small steps these women took in 1969 have turned into a giant leap forward for Seton Hill University. As the Class of 1969 celebrated their 50th reunion milestone this summer, they were proud to announce their record-breaking reunion gift of more than $1 million. When Class Reunion Co-Chairs Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon and Barbara Kutch Pryle presented the class gift to President Mary Finger at the President’s Dinner during Alumni Weekend, the 50th Class Gift totaled $860,940 – itself a record gift. But by the time the weekend ended, class members – inspired by the generosity of their classmates – made additional gifts, bringing the total to more than $1 million.
1969 Class Reunion Co-Chairs Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon and Barbara Kutch Pryle present the Class Gift to President Mary C. Finger.
“This record gift by the Class of 1969 reflects an incredible commitment by a group of remarkable women who recognize the important role Seton Hill played in their lives,” President Finger said. “Through their gift, the Class of 1969 is ensuring that current and future Setonians will be able to attain a high-quality Seton Hill education. All of us are grateful for their tremendous generosity.” “During our time at Seton Hill, the Sisters of Charity inspired us to bring about change in the world, “ said Stillwagon. “In our careers and through our community service, the Class of 1969 has tried to live up to the expectations the Sisters set for us. Fifty years later, we recognize the importance of giving back to Seton Hill to support academic programs and scholarships that will enable a new generation of Setonians to not only earn their Seton Hill degree but be a force for change.” “As reunion co-chairs, Barbara and I thank each and every member of the Class of 1969 who contributed to this record class gift. Every donation – whether it was $10 or $10,000 – played a part in reaching this momentous goal. And every dollar will be used to support Seton Hill students into the future,” Stillwagon added. Members of the Class of 1969 process into Saint Joseph Chapel for Alumni Weekend A number of the gifts by the Class of 1969 supported Mass wearing caps and gowns.
One million dollars were raised for the Class of 1969 reunion gift. This amount represents the largest reunion gift in Seton Hill’s history.
11 members of the Class of 1969 created endowed scholarships through their gifts.
39 percent of alumni from the Class of 1969 participated in the 50th reunion gift.
19 members of the class enrolled in The Founders’ Society, the group of donors who support Seton Hill with gifts of $1,000 or more.
Gift in Seton Hill’s History
scholarships for Seton Hill students. Lenore Parrott Luckey, who served as executive editor of the Class of 1969’s memory book “In My Life,” created a scholarship to support nutrition and dietetics students to honor the education she received in the field. “When it comes to my career, I owe a debt of gratitude to our dedicated Sisters of Charity faculty who knew exactly what we needed to become successful in this ever-evolving field,” she wrote in the memory book. Kathleen Moloney’s gift created the Hollowood Grant – a scholarship given to the editor of The Setonian in memory of Sister Miriam Jane Hollowood, the adviser of the student newspaper when Moloney was a student journalist. “I learned a great deal about newspapers from Sister Miriam Jane Hollowood and spent my career writing and editing at various publications throughout the country,” Moloney said. “It is a privilege to support future editors of the Setonian through the Hollowood Grant and to encourage their journalistic careers.” Many donors joined the Heritage Society, which is reserved for those whose gifts are part of their estate plan. Class of 1969 member and former Board of Trustees Chair Michele Moore Ridge created a scholarship as part of a planned gift. “As a first-generation college student, I understand the importance of scholarships in the lives of students and their families,” Ridge said. “In honor of my 50th Class Reunion, I was delighted to join a significant and proud line of alumni in creating a scholarship that will benefit future Setonians for generations to come.” Members of the Class of 1969 pose for their Class Photo during the President’s Dinner on Friday night of Alumni Weekend.
Members of the Class of 1969 pose for their Class Photo during their Class Meeting on Saturday of Alumni Weekend.
15 alumni from the Class of 1969 enrolled in the Heritage Society, the Society formed to acknowledge alumni and friends who remember Seton Hill in their wills or through other estate planning arrangements.
54 members of the Class of 1969 attended Alumni Weekend festivities.
3,873 miles between Greensburg and France were traveled by 1969 alumna Patricia Boyd Giuli, who came the furthest to attend Alumni Weekend.
Scholarship Donors, Recipients Honored Amber Clemens understands the value of a college education. Clemens, a senior art education major at Seton Hill, is responsible for paying her own tuition – something her parents Doreen and Dennis instilled in her and her older brothers. “My parents believe strongly in the value of hard work; you can’t truly appreciate what you get in life if you don’t work for it,” Clemens said. “And so they expected all three of their children, including my older brothers, Michael and Steven, a Seton Hill alumnus, to pay for our own college education. It has made me appreciate my schooling more. I understand how important it is to go to class – not only because it is getting me to where I want to be in life – but because I’m paying for it myself.” Clemens, who spoke at Seton Hill’s annual Scholarship Luncheon honoring scholarship donors and recognizing student recipients, said grants, loans and the money she makes during summer work as a camp counselor and by selling commissioned art pieces, have helped her finance her education. “But the scholarships I have received have made an incredible difference,” said Clemens, who received the Irene O’Brien Nunn Endowed Scholarship this year. “Your investment in me means I borrow less and will have less debt after graduation, and I am able to pursue my passion of becoming an art educator.” Nearly 200 scholarship donors and recipients gathered in Cecelian Hall for the luncheon on September 18. The gathering gave many scholarship donors an opportunity to meet the students directly impacted by their giving – and provided students the chance to thank the donors who are helping them attain a Seton Hill degree. Karen Farmer White, Chair of the Seton Hill University Board of Trustees, thanked the donors who make an education possible for so many deserving students. Seton Hill Board Chair Karen Farmer White, scholarship recipient Amber Clemens, alumna Tanya Moximchalk ’95 and President Mary C. Finger at the Scholarship Appreciation Luncheon.
at Second Annual Luncheon “Building on the legacy of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, this university has historically worked to provide access to higher education to all deserving students – regardless of financial need,” she said. “Your presence here recognizes that tradition continues today in a powerful way.” Seton Hill President Mary C. Finger agreed that Seton Hill historically has focused on helping talented students attain a college education despite their individual circumstances.
Scholarship donors James and Mary Ann McQuade and student recipients Madyson Baer, Olivia Kelly and Nathaniel Stennett.
Student Amber Clemens (center) with scholarship donors Wally and Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67
“Looking back at Seton Hill’s founding as a four-year institution for women – at a time when women did not yet have the right to vote in this country – we can certainly see the importance our founders, the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, placed on education for all,” she said. “That spirit of providing access to education served as a catalyst for us as we Scholarship donors Arthur and Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 with celebrated our Centennial last year and recipient Lara Brady (center) made fundraising for student scholarships a priority.” This giving has now resulted in more than $12 million raised to create or increase 134 scholarship funds, President Finger said. “These gifts are vitally important in the lives of our students,” she said. “I regularly hear from students and their parents who just need a little extra aid – often a few thousand dollars – in order to continue with their education.” Seton Hill alumna Tanya Moximchalk was one of those students. Tanya, who today serves as a Vice President and Product Management Senior Manager for PNC’s Personal and Student Lending organization, said when she enrolled at Seton Hill, the university provided her with a leadership scholarship of about $5,000 a year. Scholarship donor Barry Ilse (center) with scholarship recipients Ethan Quinn (left) and Michael Malloy (right). “That scholarship became crucial to me – and
Scholarship recipient Sydney Fulton with donor Christine Delegram Farrell ’79.
my family – just a few months later when my father lost his job after his company closed,” she said. “The scholarship along with work-study aid and a state grant allowed me to earn my Seton Hill degree.” The scholarship also influenced Moximchalk’s giving to Seton Hill – first, directing her Annual Fund gifts to scholarships and later establishing the Sister Colette Toler Endowed Scholarship in memory of her English professor and mentor. “I recognized how very important scholarship donors were during my time at Seton Hill, and I knew that’s where I wanted my gifts directed – to help another student earn their degree regardless of their financial situation,” she said. “I created a scholarship in Sr. Colette’s name to celebrate her spirit and to, in a small way, help another student like me.” Former Seton Hill Board Chair Michele Moore Ridge ’69 with Arthur Boyle and Elizabeth Boyle McDonald.
Left column photos from top to bottom: Donor Patricia Smiy ’78 (right) with scholarship recipients Emma Jakiela and Kathleen Latorre. Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Provincial Councilors Sister Colette Hanlon, Sister Barbara Einloth and Sister Mary Norbert Long with Sisters of Charity Scholarship recipient Nicholas Altier. Scholarship donors Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 and Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51. Donor Barbara Nakles ’76 and scholarship recipient Ryleigh Testa.
Inaugural Ruth O’Block Grant Scholars Named Kathryn Dzurik, Joshua Gottlieb Receive Honors
Seton Hill sophomore chemistry major Kathryn Dzurik and junior mathematics and actuary science major Joshua Gottlieb have been named the inaugural recipients of the Ruth O’Block Grant Scholarship. The Ruth O’Block Grant Scholarship program was established during the Seton Hill Centennial by the family of Ruth O’Block Grant to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of the Seton Hill alumna and former Board of Trustees Chair. The Scholarship Program was created by the Verstandig Family – Ruth’s daughter and son-in-law Toni and Lee and her grandson, Grant Verstandig – to provide a comprehensive program for selected students that will advance their leadership capabilities. Grant Scholars will benefit from the mentorship and guidance of exceptional leaders, and they will perpetuate Ruth Grant’s legacy and be well prepared for success in graduate school, their careers, and their communities. As part of the Grant Scholar Program, scholars are matched with a Grant Scholar Mentor who will best support the student’s academic achievement, co-curricular involvement and career and professional development. Dzurik has been matched with Seton Hill alumna Abigail McElhinny, PhD. Dr. McElhinny works as Senior Vice President of Research and Development, Operations with Personal Genome Diagnostics, Inc., a provider of advanced cancer genome testing products. Dr. McElhinny, a 1992 graduate of Seton Hill, is a leader in cancer research and works toward solving the problem of matching cancer patients with appropriate treatments. Gottlieb has been matched with Susan Kirsch, CPA, J.D. She currently chairs the Tax Practice at Schneider Downs, a provider of accounting, tax, and business advisory services. She has more than 25 years of public accounting and industry experience with particular expertise in tax matters affecting nonprofit organizations. “I am beyond overjoyed to be named a Grant Scholar,” Dzurik said. “I could not believe how lucky I am to receive such an honor.” Dzurik, who would someday like to conduct research into antibiotic efficacy, said she plans to learn all she can from her mentor on how to execute her future career goals. Gottlieb said he hopes the Grant Scholar Program “will offer me invaluable advice and provide connections that I can use to succeed in the world. My hope is that by connecting with my mentor, I will get a head start into developing my career.”
Ruth Ann Wargofchik (left) and Ruth O’Block Grant (right) with Grant Scholars Kathryn Dzurik and Joshua Gottlieb at the Scholarship Luncheon.
Kathryn Dzurik, Toni Verstandig, President Mary C. Finger, Lee Verstandig and Joshua Gottlieb met earlier this year to discuss the Grant Scholar Program.
Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center Receives $100,000 Grant Seton Hill University has received a $100,000 grant from the Booth Ferris Foundation to support the university’s Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center and its efforts to strengthen mathematics skills of undergraduate students. The New York-based foundation’s grant allows the Mathematics Enrichment Center staff to assist underprepared students in first-year math courses and increase the proficiency of upper-level students in math-intensive disciplines, including business, science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. “Seton Hill University thanks the Booth Ferris Foundation for this generous grant to help our students achieve in their mathematics classrooms,” said President Mary C. Finger. “With nearly 60 percent of Seton Hill incoming freshmen majoring in science and business fields, the need for both assistance and enrichment in mathematics continues to grow. The grant from the Booth Ferris Foundation will provide students with the skills they need to succeed in their classes and in the highly-technical fields that await them.” “As many students come from high schools that do not have the resources to prepare students for college-level math, the grant from the Booth Ferris Foundation will allow Seton Hill to identify these students early and offer them the assistance they need to find success in mathematics, gain confidence in their skills and move on to higherlevel mathematics courses,” said Sister Susan Yochum, Seton Hill Provost. “For students in math-intensive courses of study, the grant will also augment the rigor of their mathematics courses with enrichment opportunities to ensure they are well-prepared for the workplace or graduate school.” The Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center provides a centralized location for mathematics support on Seton Hill’s campus. It is designed to improve retention of all students at Seton Hill, including within the majors that they first enrolled at the university, and to prepare graduates for high-demand careers in the region. The Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center was created with a gift from Robert M. Brownlee, the nephew of Seton Hill’s founding dean Sister Francesca Brownlee, in honor of the university’s Centennial in 2018. With the support of the grant from the Booth Ferris Foundation, Seton Hill will assess incoming freshman and transfer students using a web-based system called ALEKS (Assessment and Learning in Knowledge Spaces). Based on each student’s assessment, underprepared students will be identified and provided one-on-one support, and all students will be placed into an appropriate first-year math course. ALEKS online learning modules will provide individualized instruction tailored to students’ needs in both foundational and upperlevel math courses. The grant will also provide focused support in mathematics by trained peer leaders through remedial workshops and review labs;
course-specific, collaborative study sessions; and one-on-one peer tutoring. Finally, a collaborative support team of faculty advisors and staff will ensure that students are mastering math concepts and making adequate progress toward a degree in their field.
Amy M. Beninati Named Inaugural Director of the Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center Amy M. Beninati, an experienced mathematics educator who has worked at both the secondary and college levels, has been appointed the Inaugural Director of the Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center at Seton Hill University. Her tenure began July 1, 2019. Beninati’s experience includes college and secondary mathematics classroom instruction, curriculum development, student mentoring, tutoring, and educational program administration. Beninati began this work as a learning assistant at Penn State University while she was earning her bachelor of science degree in geo-environmental engineering. She worked in the Penn State Educational Partnership Program to tutor and mentor at-risk middle school students to encourage and prepare them for college entry. After working for a time as an environmental engineer, Beninati returned to teaching, working as a both a tutor and high school mathematics teacher in schools in New York and Massachusetts. Beninati, who was both a tutor in New York and a high school mathematics teacher in Somerville, Mass., earned her mastor of education degree in secondary mathematics from the University of Massachusetts. Most recently, Beninati served as a Math Café Facilitator and an Adjunct Faculty member at the Community College of Allegheny County. As facilitator, Beninati was responsible for assessing a wide spectrum of students and identifying their academic needs in order to provide individualized instruction and intervention.
Helen Normile Quinlan Scholarship Created to Assist Elementary Education Students
Richard S. Quinlan Establishes Scholarship in Celebration of Wife’s Legacy
Helen Normile Quinlan ’59 received the Seton Hill Excellence in Teaching Award in 2013.
Helen Normile Quinlan ’59 dedicated her life’s work to improving the lives of children through education. After her passing in March 2019, Helen’s husband, Richard S. “Dick” Quinlan, established a scholarship in her memory to benefit Seton Hill students pursuing studies in Elementary Education through a significant leadership gift. The Helen Normile Quinlan Endowed Scholarship for Education Students was also created on the occasion of Helen’s 60th Class Reunion. Richard Quinlan attended the Alumni Weekend events and gathered with his late wife’s classmates to celebrate their reunion anniversary. Helen followed in the footsteps of her mother, Catherine Franey Normile, to attend Seton Hill from her hometown of Binghamton, New York. Like many of her classmates, Helen was a student of the Cadet Teaching Program. She taught third grade at Saint Bruno School in Greensburg with Sister Harold Ann Jones as her mentor and principal. After graduation, Helen taught first, second or third grade in several states. She taught first grade in Mont Vernon, New Hampshire, for 28 years of her 35-year career in education. In 2013, Seton Hill acknowledged her outstanding role as an educator with an Excellence in Teaching Award. “Dick Quinlan’s leadership gift in memory of his wife Helen will ensure that future Seton Hill students will be able to pursue careers in education that will have extraordinary impact on the lives of the children they teach – just as Helen did,” Seton Hill President Mary C. Finger said.
Members of the Class of 1959 gathered with Richard S. Quinlan during their Class Meeting at Alumni Weekend in June. Pictured are Row 1: Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat, Marlene Fiorelli Merryman, Carole Herwood Gilardi and Patricia Palmer Schimmel; Row 2: Richard S. Quinlan, Kay Rubright Rinko, Ann Butler Brett, Louise Ferrante Tanney and Kathleen Keally Voigt.
LECOM and Seton Hill Partnership
Seton Hill 2019 graduates Cora Blodgett and Arun Thalody are currently in their first year at LECOM at Seton Hill.
Ten years ago, Alexandria (Cisowski) Boley arrived on Seton Hill’s campus as a freshman – and the first student to enroll in the university’s new cooperative degree program with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM). Today, Boley is a pediatrician in Wasilla, Alaska, working in a Native Alaska Primary Care Clinic providing care to a unique population with specific health care needs. “It is amazing that it has been 10 years since the LECOMSeton Hill partnership started!” Boley said. “Thinking about where I am now makes me extremely thankful that Seton Hill provides this opportunity. I am fortunate to get to work side by side with family medicine physicians to keep the family unit together under one provider but to provide specialized pediatric care to high risk children and be available for consultation of pediatric problems.” Since LECOM opened the doors to its Seton Hill campus in 2009, more than 700 physicians have graduated and are working
in hospitals, physician’s offices and other health care settings. In particular, these doctors are filling a need for physicians in underserved communities where finding health care has been a challenge. And, with an enrollment of more than 400 medical students, LECOM at Seton Hill is providing an economic boost to the Greensburg community. “Seton Hill’s partnership with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine is fulfilling a need for highly-trained physicians to serve both urban and rural populations,” said Seton Hill President Mary C. Finger. “In doing so, this partnership truly fits the mission of Seton Hill University by educating students to transform the world.” Dr. Boley said the Seton Hill prepared her for the rigors of medical school at LECOM – and her career as a physician – in a number of ways.
Celebrates 10 Years “My time at Seton Hill fostered my interest in not only medicine but in relating and working well with others,” she said. “I found my liberal arts education and Seton Hill’s undergraduate health science and pre-med curriculum to be a great base in the future I wanted in medicine. It helped me to push through some of the challenges that medical education and practice creates. Having a strong set of educators that encourage you to be the best you can be from the start is crucial to creating resilience. It also has fostered a desire for teaching that has carried through my education and career.” Cora Blodgett and Arun Thalody – both 2019 Seton Hill graduates who are in their first year at LECOM – said the university’s partnership with LECOM piqued their interest in attending Seton Hill, but small class sizes and the welcoming nature of the campus caused them to enroll. Both said their Seton Hill classes and professors have prepared them for LECOM in a number of ways.
“Our Seton Hill coursework helped us learn how to prioritize,” Thalody said. “We know how to study. Our classes taught us how to manage stress as well.” “There were professors who challenged me to find good study habits before I got to medical school that helped me tremendously,” said Blodgett. While Thalody plans to explore different types of medicine during his clinical rotations, Blodgett already has her career path set. She joined the Army after her Seton Hill graduation and will become an Army physician after completing medical school. Ultimately she would like to work for the VA and help veterans suffering the effects of their service. “Their struggles make me want to work and serve our military personnel and veterans who sacrifice everything for us,” she said.
Dr. Alexandria (Cisowski) Boley, who was the first student to enter Seton Hill’s LECOM partnership, is now serving as a pediatrician for Native Alaskan children at a family clinic in Alaska.
Leara Glinzak | Class of 2012 Registered Art Therapist and Owner/Operator, I Light Grand Rapids, MI
Seton Hill’s young alumni are making their mark on the world through their work in science and health care, finance and business, industry and entertainment and service to those in need. These 30 alumni – all age 30 and under – are excellent examples of the ways Setonians are using their experiences on the Hill in the real world.
When Leara Glinzak visits a new community, she looks for the residents’ needs. “I ask where are the problems and is there something I can do to make the community better,” she says. Those problems encompass a range of mental health issues: addiction, depression, dementia, homelessness, and grief. Glinzak has used art to heal in many communities in the Grand Rapids area since arriving there with a degree in art therapy from Seton Hill and a master’s from Mount Mary University. She recently co-presented at a national conference, detailing her research on art therapy decreasing distress in 72 adults with cancer. The study was published by the Journal of the American Art Therapy Association. Glinzak set up the first art therapy program for a 500-resident dementia care center, then started an independent practice. She now operates her own art therapy studio, I Light, in a building owned by a church. “I’m serving a community and helping others, which helps their mission,” she says. In a partnership with the Dominican Sisters, she holds monthly workshops on spiritual growth through art, leads retreats and works with dementia patients. This fall, she is teaching art therapy majors at Grand Valley State University. “I need to educate the community and start engaging others,” she says.
Harrison Howes | Class of 2017 Currency Options Broker, Tullett Prebon New York City, NY Harrison Howes has moved from his native Norwich, England to Western Pennsylvania to the iconic Wall Street corridor of New York City. As a broker for Tullett Prebon, Howes is using his education in Accounting and Business Administration to match buyers and sellers. He works on the Currency Options Desk, which executes about 100 trades worth more than a billion dollars for clients the likes of Morgan Stanley and The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. “What’s truly fulfilling about my day-to-day is the immensely competitive environment,” says Howes, who played on the Seton Hill soccer team. “It pushes everyone involved to the best they can be.” When at Seton Hill, Howes couldn’t picture exactly what he’d end up doing, but he knew he wanted to be in a personable business. “The thing I valued most from my time at Seton Hill was the close-knit community, as it forced people to build strong relationships with each other,” Howes says. “This aided me in my progression at Tullett Prebon because having a good relationship with your client is a fundamental part of the job.”
Medicine and sports have been part of Lauren Greene’s life since her youth in Ontario, Canada. She attended Seton Hill on a soccer scholarship, then added an unexpected third element to her career plans when she entered Dr. Lauren Freeman Greene Ross University School of Medicine on the Caribbean island Class of 2012 of Dominica. Sports Medicine Fellow, During her first week there, she met her future husband, Ryan. “We both had only medical school on our minds,” but fate Detroit Medical Center, intervened, Greene says. Detroit, MI Ross’ accelerated program compresses the first two years of study into 16 months. “It’s a beautiful place, but we didn’t have a lot of free time to enjoy it because our course work was so intense,” Greene says. That the small class size compares to Seton Hill was a plus, she says: “My husband also attended a small liberal arts school, Holy Cross, and we both feel that we received the individual attention and the curriculum that prepared us for medical school.” As part of her current fellowship work in sports medicine, she’ll be on the sidelines to treat players at Detroit Red Wings hockey and Detroit Tigers baseball games. Specializing in sports medicine was “a no-brainer” for her, Greene says. But after a family medicine rotation she loved, she hopes to combine the two.
Haley Mendola | Class of 2016 Associate Attorney, Slocumb Law Firm Arlington, VA Haley Mendola’s first experience working in Washington, D.C. came during her junior year at Seton Hill when she landed a legal internship. Now, Mendola is working full-time in the nation's capital as an attorney at Slocumb Law Firm, where she is specializing in personal injury cases. Mendola - who earned her law degree from Elon University School of Law in Greensboro, N.C. in 3 1/2 years, negotiates with insurance companies on behalf of her clients. If negotiations fail, she and her colleagues file lawsuits and prepare for trial. Mendola just started her new job, a surprising path for her, in August and she enjoys it. "I never imagined myself doing personal injury work," she says. "I always thought I’d be a criminal attorney. With that being said, I’m relatively new to practice, so it is likely I’ll get involved with criminal law at some point." Mendola says Seton Hill prepared her for law school and her career through coursework and internships, including one at the Westmoreland County Courthouse in her senior year. Faculty and instructors, including Tom Balya, Bill Black, Dr. Michael Cary, and Dr. Frank Klapak, helped her on her career path. Before her move to Washington, Mendola worked for the Allegheny County District Attorney, and for the firm LAWSMITH, The Law Offices of J. Scott Smith, PLLC, in North Carolina. There, Mendola worked in criminal defense, family law, and personal-injury cases. Mendola competed in the American Bar Association's National Appellate Advocacy Regional Competition in Brooklyn, N.Y., where she placed 10th out of 100 oral competitors. She also competed in the National Veterans Law Moot Court Competition and later was inducted into the Order of Barristers, an organization that recognizes excellence in oral advocacy.
Lyn Starr dreamed of a career in music throughout his youth in Pittsburgh. Now Starr, who earned his degree in vocal music performance at Seton Hill, performs throughout Pittsburgh as a hip-hop artist and has opened for major acts like rapper Rick Ross. More importantly, Starr is getting the chance to create unique art. Starr has released an EP, “Universe 25,” thanks to a $20,000 Lyn Starr grant from the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council (GPAC). He based Class of 2018 this conceptual rap collection on the research of the late John B. Hip-Hop Artist Calhoun, an American ethologist and behavioral researcher who Pittsburgh, PA studied overcrowding. Starr worked with this idea and translated it into rap songs that explore Calhoun’s themes of life, death, and the efforts society makes to create a utopia. He is very grateful for organizations like GPAC, which gives artists a much-needed path to follow their dreams. “Many people despair because they cannot find their way,” Starr says. He thanks Seton Hill for its liberal arts curriculum, which “helped me become a better critical thinker … and connect all of these dots.”
Alyssa Thornton Class of 2016 Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant, Georgetown University Washington, D.C.
Alyssa Thornton’s research in a Georgetown University lab may someday impact everything from the medical and pharmaceutical industries to our nation’s defense and food products. The soon-to-be Dr. Thornton is working toward her Ph.D. in chemistry at Georgetown University, where she is researching solid-state organic chemistry. Along with Dr. Jennifer Swift, Thornton is studying the relationship of nucleation, growth, and the properties of molecular crystals. Every day, Thornton conducts lab experiments that use instrumentation to characterize and compare the properties of crystalline materials like x-ray crystallography. The purpose, she says, is to monitor the modified growth mechanism of the crystals. While she worked on her chemistry degree at Seton Hill, Thornton became interested in analytical chemistry and how scientists could combine data from a range of instrumentation to solve problems. Then Thornton worked at Covestro, a German chemicals company, and realized she would need a higher degree to get the kind of position she wanted. “With the guidance of Seton Hill’s Dr. Diane Miller, who had already molded me into a stronger scientific writer, I wrote about my scientific interests and goals to earn a position in the Georgetown graduate program,” she says.
Mike Puskaric | Class of 2012 Member of Pennsylvania House of Representatives, District 39, Finleyville and Harrisburg, PA
An injury that cut short Mike Puskaric’s football career led him to find a new calling in politics – and a seat in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. Puskaric needed to find a new outlet when he injured his back playing football. Dr. Frank Klapak helped Puskaric, a communication major, see the “complex communication chess match that is constantly occurring behind the scenes.” “This showed me the importance of having knowledgeable people who understand those complexities holding elected seats,” he says. Puskaric broke into politics by serving with his local Young Republicans chapter while working as a licensed title insurance agent. That experience, combined with his Seton Hill years, “helped me develop into someone who has the ability to not only govern, but to truly give back to my community.” Puskaric was elected in 2018 to serve more than 60,000 constituents in parts of Allegheny and Washington counties. His legislative priorities are economic development, infrastructure improvements, and tax reform. A key component of economic development is attracting and retaining talent in the state, and replacing old things like steel-mill sites with new technology-based businesses, he says. “Pennsylvania is home to some of the brightest minds, graduating from our world-class universities,” Puskaric says. “We need to create an environment where we can retain them so our region will develop.” Puskaric serves on the Education, Insurance, Labor and Industry, and Commerce committees. House Speaker Mike Turzai selected Puskaric to serve as chairman of the Subcommittee on Housing under the House Commerce Committee.
Dipeeka Bastola | Class of 2016 MSBA candidate, Emory University Goizueta Business School, Atlanta, GA
Dipeeka Bastola believes that understanding data will be the key to her future. “In this day and age, if you want to make an impact, you have to know how to use data so you can make decisions based on data-management science,” Bastola says. After graduating from Seton Hill with a degree in accounting/business management, Bastola refined her career interests following a stint at Ernst and Young. “I did accounting and auditing at EY, and after working there a year I found that I liked solving problems and that auditing was retrospective work. I realized I want to be working in a consulting role and help drive decisions for the future,” Bastola says. With an MBA in finance from the University of Miami, she headed to Emory University to study business analytics. “It’s an important skill and an area I’m interested in; I wanted to do a deep dive.” She could work for a tech company or the airline industry and “make data-defined decisions,” Bastola says. “I do enjoy making sense of a problem that isn’t very obvious in the first go. It’s very challenging and rewarding to me.” She also finds reward in giving back, such as a project she helped to develop while at Seton Hill to teach banking literacy to young people in undeveloped areas of her native Nepal.
Noah Davis | Class of 2017 MFA candidate, Indiana University Bloomington, IN When basketball standout Noah Davis introduces himself as a poet, people often say, “You don’t look like a poet.” Davis, a 6-foot-6 forward on the Seton Hill men’s team, says everyone in his immediate family played basketball. “My father, Todd, is a poet. I grew up in a house where poets play basketball.” Davis balanced basketball practice with academics as he earned a degree in English literature. “Basketball was a wonderful and tough experience. It taught me if I wanted to write, I had to make time to write,” he says. His nature-inspired collection, “Of This River,” won the prestigious 2019 (Emerging) Wheelbarrow Books Poetry Prize. “My honors capstone project at Seton Hill under Dr. Christine Cusick’s mentorship was the backbone of what this collection became,” he says. Davis grew up along the Allegheny Front in central Pennsylvania with 42,000 acres of public game lands across from his house. “I spent all my life in those woods, along those hollows and in those streams,” he says. “Nature informs my art and the way I view the world.” He plans to move to Montana, while his fiancée, Nikea Ulrich, gets her Ph.D. in microbiology, then pursue his doctorate: “My goal is to be a college professor.”
Alyssa Dreliszak | Class of 2012 Registrar, Hudson River Museum Yonkers, NY Alyssa Dreliszak recalls sitting in Assistant Professor Maureen Kochanek’s art history class, studying the works of famous painters. Today, she examines some of those works up close in her job as registrar at the Hudson River Museum. “What I like most is that I get to be one-on-one with the artwork. I get to look at things more closely than most visitors to a museum,” she says. “It really is a romanticized dream. Sometimes I have to pinch myself.” Dreliszak maintains the museum’s 80,000-piece collection – artwork loans, logistics, installations, handling and storage. She credits 13 internships and low-level jobs at museums, galleries and historical societies with getting her there. “It’s a very competitive field. You need to stay in the loop and always make yourself a standout applicant,” she says. She continued to pursue work in the art field while earning a master’s in Museum Studies at Seton Hall University in New Jersey. “I never felt that anything was beneath me, even after grad school,” she says. “You can’t turn up your nose to opportunity.” Kochanek was a key to everything, she says. “Because of Maureen, I started to focus on museums so I could be close to art all my life. I am where I am today because of her.”
Jana (Ware) Wolfe Class of 2013 Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant, Mon Health Medical Center Terra Alta, WV Jana Wolfe fell in love with emergency medicine work during her clinical year of Seton Hill’s Physician Assistant program, and she has been working in emergency medicine ever since. Since April 2015, she has served as a PA at Mon Health Medical Center’s ER in Morgantown. She loves the variety of cases and patients she treats. “We see both complicated and less severe cases, which allows us to keep our skills honed and medical knowledge broad,” Wolfe says. “I can see anything from trauma to a wellchild check all in one day, which is why I love this field.” Wolfe says she wouldn’t be the provider she is today without her years at Seton Hill, where “both my undergraduate and graduate years prepared me beyond words for my career.” She has gratitude and respect for her professors during her undergraduate years, but she especially bonded with the ones from her graduate phase, including Dr. Jim France, Cathy Bickerton, Richard Hutchinson, David Majiros, Crystal Trasoline, and Allison Turgeon. They were her teachers, mentors and cheerleaders. “Every one of them, and all of the adjunct professors, were essential to my education and deserve so much credit for what they do,” she says.
Labrea Pringle Class of 2017 English teacher, Kipp Gaston College Prep Gaston, NC While working with a literacy program she created as a Seton Hill education major, Labrea Pringle checked out libraries at every school she visited in Pennsylvania and New York. “It was very disheartening to me, so many books not showing representation that black and brown students deserve,” she says. So, as she was finishing a master’s program in urban education at Temple University, she wrote one. The self-published book on empowerment, “I Am She,” is sold on Amazon. “I used a darker-skinned black girl on the cover and language that my black and brown students would use,” she says. Pringle used her own literacy program, which won her a grant at Seton Hill, in an afterschool program at a Philadelphia high school. “I have a passion for literacy. It’s a true path to freedom in a lot of respects,” she says. The student body was 98% black with 33% in special ed, Pringle says. “It was a very transformational experience.” In July, she started teaching eighth-grade English at Kipp Gaston College Prep. “I wanted to get into a Kipp charter school because one of my goals is serving black and brown communities, teaching in a Title I school and showing that social justice is important.”
Jack Wardale | Class of 2017 Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant, Virginia Tech University Blacksburg, VA Jack Wardale – a native of Norwich, England – is juggling multiple roles in his post-Seton Hill American life. Wardale is using his psychology degree to help undergraduate students at Virginia Tech University’s Introduction to Psychology class. He makes himself available through office hours and by making lecture notes accessible to students. Wardale is also conducting research at Virgina Tech’s Center for Applied Behavioral Systems (CABS), about how businesses can motivate employee behavior. And then, there are Wardale’s outside roles: serving as a professional videographer and operating his business called Impower Clothing, which offers buyers the opportunity to give back to a charity of their choice through their purchases. In addition, Wardale – who earned his MBA at Seton Hill in 2019 – is working to complete his Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology at Virginia Tech, under Dr. E. Scott Geller. “I have always wanted to help people, and … I believe that this line of work could have the potential to help thousands of employees at large corporations,” Wardale says. “I initially wanted to be a medical doctor, but I soon realized that my strengths were of a different nature. I have always been extremely intrigued by understanding why people do what they do.”
Harbinder “Harry” Singh Jawanda | Class of 2016 Investigator Consultant, Pfizer Wichita, KS Harry Jawanda has taken his Seton Hill degree in Forensic Science to the health care industry as an investigator in the pharmaceutical industry. Jawanda has been working with his most recent client, Pfizer Inc., for more than a year. In this role, he helps Pfizer on its FDA remediation project. Jawanda provides on-site expertise for Pfizer management; works with the company during investigations that hold up a product release; and recommends and implements corrective and preventative actions. “It is a very fulfilling role as it keeps me on my toes at all times,” says Jawanda, a native of Toronto whose parents are from India. “It can get a bit stressful due to the tight deadlines and long hours; however I enjoy these high-risk, high-reward environments.” Jawanda thanks the Seton Hill staff – including professors Diana Hoover, Diane Miller and Barbara Flowers, who was also his advisor – for providing invaluable guidance during this college years, personally and professionally. “They would make you feel as close to home as possible,” says Jawanda, who played on the Seton Hill soccer team. “I believe time management, discipline, and consistency towards striving for better were the most important traits I took away from Seton Hill University,” he says.
Saige Baxter | Class of 2016 Emerging Artist of the Year, Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media Pittsburgh, PA Saige Baxter found an outlet for her artistic passion while at the same time helping young people. Baxter, named Emerging Artist of the Year in 2019 by the Pittsburgh Center for Arts and Media, held a solo show of her work “You May See Them,” at the PCA in the fall. The show featured Baxter’s interactive sculptures. Her art may be her passion, but Baxter loves combining that with teaching. For two years, she worked as the Creative Arts Classroom Advisor and an after-school teaching artist for Propel Schools, a Pittsburgh-area company of charter schools. Baxter also has worked as a welding mentor for Pittsburgh’s Mobile Sculpture Workshop for the past four years. During this summertime project, Baxter and community members create with metal fabrication and welding, with a spirit of creativity and teamwork. Baxter’s art studies at Seton Hill focused on painting, but in her junior year, Art Program Director Pati Beachley – who continues to guide her former student – introduced her to welding. Baxter immediately fell in love with this form of expression, which started her work with steel. Next, Baxter plans to earn her master’s degree to gain her teaching certification and further her art practice. “All young people deserve the right to have art in their lives, whether it’s for personal exploration, team bonding, tackling social issues, or simply for fun,” she says.
Keagan Pontious | Class of 2018 Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach, Hope College Holland, MI Choosing the lacrosse field over the boardroom was easy for Keagan Pontious, who in June was named head coach of the Hope College women’s team. While earning a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Seton Hill, she made a career decision during an internship with a financial planner. “It made me want to coach, because I’m not a person who wants to sit in an office all day and analyze numbers,” she says. “I need to be outdoors and be active.” She has high expectations for the Flying Dutch, who last year had their best season in team history, earning their second shot at Michigan’s state championship. “This year, my No. 1 goal is to win the conference,” says Pontious, who in August finished her MBA at Seton Hill. She overcame two season-ending surgeries to score 58 goals during Seton Hill’s 2019 season, helping the team to its first postseason appearance in the NCAA Division II Tournament. “The injury I had in my sophomore year was heartbreaking, but it made me a stronger person. If I came back from that one, I knew I could do anything,” Pontious says.
Jessica Lieb Kirin | Class of 2011 Registered Dietitian and Certified Lactation Counselor, UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh; and Registered Dietitian and Certified Strength Training Instructor at SuperSlow Zone Etna, PA Jessica Lieb Kirin has committed herself to helping others reach their goals through nutrition and strength training. At UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Kirin has spent the past eight years providing medical nutrition therapy to people ranging from newborns to age 26. She works with doctors to care for both inpatients and outpatients in many areas, including nephrology, neurology and trauma. Kirin also provides lactation counseling to new moms whose infants are admitted to the hospital. “It has been and remains my passion to educate and empower children and their families about the healing power of food all the way from the soil to their bodies,” Kirin says. “I not only get to help guide them toward a healthier lifestyle, I get to walk alongside them during challenging times and learn from their strength and be lifted by their spirits despite their circumstances.” Five years ago, Kirin began a second job at SuperSlow Zone, where she provides strength-training instruction to teenagers and adults. Kirin credits the Coordinated Program in Nutrition and Dietetics at Seton Hill for preparing her for all possible career pathways.
Katherine “Katie” Bloomgren | Class of 2014 Sales Learning & Development Manager, Gartner, Inc. Barcelona, Spain She didn’t speak Spanish before her transfer from the United States to Spain, but Katherine “Katie” Bloomgren is learning the language fast as she is immersed in life on the Iberian Peninsula. Bloomgren will be working for at least two years in Spain for Gartner, Inc., an IT research and advisory company. She previously worked in Florida and Texas for Gartner. In her role, she trains new hires to understand the company’s culture: “This is how we do business and how we sell,” she says. Her career path has shifted significantly since her early days at Seton Hill, where Bloomgren’s first major was Religious Education. She changed her focus to Sports Management, a major that suited her life as a Seton Hill volleyball team member. Then, while still in school, Bloomgren discovered that she had a knack for selling. In one memorable incident, she inadvertently sold a couch at Costco to a customer, who asked if the store would credit Bloomgren. She had just been chatting with the buyer. Bloomgren credits Dr. Robert Zullo, a former Seton Hill professor, for molding her into the individual she is today. “He always challenged me to do other things and … to throw myself into the unknown,” she says. “That is something that has definitely been one of my strengths at this company.”
Benjamin Mayro | Class of 2017 Ph.D. candidate, Duke University Durham, NC In his study of molecular cancer biology, Benjamin Mayro examines the latent brain metastasis that occurs in both lung and breast cancer. As a chemistry major and soccer player at Seton Hill, Mayro was accepted to a summer undergraduate research program at the University of Pittsburgh and spent an intense eight weeks in the Thomas Lab, with his group focusing on cancer biology. “I feel it’s one of the most fertile fields to make scientific discoveries – one of best ways to see how something is done is to see what doesn’t work,” Mayro says. He received full funding to attend the world’s largest cancer conference in Chicago in April, and his work was recently used in acquiring a $50,000 grant. His plan is to build a career in cancer research. “I can make some discovery that forms a foundation to have my own lab at a top research school – a Duke, Harvard, Stanford,” he says. Mayro credits Seton Hill’s chemistry professors with shaping his future. “Three names that really helped me launch my career are Dr. Jamie Fornsaglio, who pushed me; Dr. Jonathan Moerdyk - I was able to join his lab. And Dr. John Cramer, my academic advisor, who was always encouraging me in science.”
Hannah Lamberto | Class of 2014 Residential Director, New Mexico School for the Arts Santa Fe, NM With the arts always in mind, Hannah Lamberto branched out from dance performance to therapy, then set out for New Mexico in August. She and an assistant manage about 30 adolescents in a dormitory setting at the New Mexico School for the Arts, a public performing arts school. “Santa Fe is a diverse place: Indigenous people, Hispanics, a huge arts scene, and the weather and scenery are wonderful,” Lamberto says. A dance major at Seton Hill, she joined in a movement therapy workshop “that was pretty cool” and decided to broaden her background. That led her to a master’s degree in Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling at Antioch University New England. “I wanted performance since I was a tiny tot, but after serving as a resident assistant at Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, I don’t think I would be completely fulfilled performing,” she says. Meanwhile, she was featured in an Allegheny Health Network ad campaign and worked as an extra in “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood,” based on Fred Rogers’s life. Lamberto spent a year as a mental health therapist at FamilyLinks in Pittsburgh before deciding to make the leap to New Mexico. “I always thought I’d be a performer and on stage, and that’s really not what I want. And that’s good; it keeps me open.”
Kevin Welty | Class of 2012 Performance and Innovation Consultant, SAP Ariba Pittsburgh, PA Kevin Welty’s initial career took him into sales, but he found he was more interested in staff development. “The whole time, I just had this business passion inside of me to help people,” says Welty, who earned his degree in Human Resources. He found the perfect fit in a job developing workers’ talents at SAP Ariba, a German-owned software company with an office on Pittsburgh’s North Side. Welty, who also coaches the boys’ lacrosse team at Pine-Richland High School, helps staff members and company interns “be the best versions of themselves.” “We work on culture of the organization,” he says. “I work with these really amazing people every day. … I work a lot on how we can prepare our organization for the next generation of talent.” Welty thanks his holistic Seton Hill education for preparing him for his career. “In addition to having a balance of very challenging academic requirements, that experience really molded me to be able to handle the pressures of coming into the corporate world,” he says. “Even though I left ’The Hill,’ it never left me.”
Christian A. Carter | Class of 2016 Partnership Specialist, Monumental Sports & Entertainment, Washington, D.C. Christian Carter watched the movie, “Jerry McGuire,” when he was 7 years old and decided on a career. “I realized there are people that work behind the scenes … who make everything happen,” Carter recalls. “I wanted to know how to become that.” Carter played football for four years at Seton Hill while earning a sports management degree. At William & Mary, he focused on marketing and entrepreneurship for his MBA. His “office” now is Capital One Arena, where he works at every Washington Capitals ice hockey game. “We provide service to the client and/or the fans, depending on the partnership we have,” he says. “It’s pretty cool stuff – access to the arena, the team, the entire business of the operations of sports,” says Carter, who also has worked with top pro athletes at fundraisers. His role at each game varies, from engaging with fans to documenting their experiences for social media. He promotes partner brands through popups, ads and commercials across media outlets and assures that client guests are taken care of. “It’s an exited nervousness to realize the dreams that you studied about in sports management class,” Carter says. “I hope to able to transition to athlete representation, to continue to capitalize on the window that’s beginning to open.”
Erika Wisniewski | Class of 2016 Associate Chemist, GlaxoSmithKline Silver Spring, MD Earlier this year, Erika Wisniewski began a dream job at GlaxoSmithKline in the Washington, D.C. area, where she inspects and analyzes the raw materials that go into medicines we take and has a hands-on role in making the drugs safe. Wisniewski works in GSK’s raw-material laboratory, testing the materials in the production process batch by batch and making sure they contain what the label claims. One of the key medicines she works with is Benlysta, which treats lupus. “I like the challenge of it because there’s always something to continuously learn,” Wisniewski says. “Being in pharma, I have a direct impact on somebody’s life with the medicine. “Patients are going to live happier lives that way,” she says. Wisniewski earned a degree in Chemistry and Forensic Science, and she initially thought she would get a job in the forensics area. After doing a pharmaceutical internship in West Virginia, she realized that was her best path. She looks back with gratitude to her advisor, Dr. Diana Hoover, who helped Wisniewski learn quickly through all the time spent in the lab. Wisniewski got more than an education at Seton Hill: She met her future husband, too. She and Matthew Malacane, who also graduated in 2016, were married in September 2019 in Saint Joseph Chapel.
Carlos Peredo | Class of 2012 Post Doctoral Fellow, University of Michigan Ypsilanti, MI Paleontologist Carlos Peredo has traveled around the world, discovered six new species of fossil mammals and has even been featured on public radio’s Science Friday series. But his scientific journey began as an undergrad at Seton Hill who planned to study history to become an educator. “The more I poked and the more I dug into the history side of things the more I got into the scientific side of history,” he says. He said Dr. Steve Bassett nurtured his interest in studying biology from a non pre-med perspective. After graduation, Peredo headed to George Mason University to earn his Ph.D. in Paleontology, where he had a unique opportunity to spend much of his time at the Smithsonian Institution studying fossils. Now, Peredo is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Michigan. Through his work, he’s examining the past using modern technologies such as 3D modeling and CT scanning in hopes of impacting research into the future. “Sometimes, we’ll CT scan something or laser scan a fossil, and I don’t know what I’m going to do with this but someone out there will, even if we don’t see the benefit right now,” he says. In particular, Peredo’s focus is on examining whale fossils – which could provide insight into the future and how the earth and its inhabitants evolve in a changing climate. “How does life on earth respond to a changing earth? That’s really important right now,” he says. “If you’re at all interested in conservation, whales are poster children for conservation.”
Candace Hall | Class of 2016 HR Regional Center Manager, Amazon Phoenix, AZ Candace Hall was thinking big when she sought a third internship – one with a major company – while earning a degree in Business Administration/Human Resources & Development. The internship she landed at Amazon in 2015 led to a fulltime job in Arizona and three promotions at the world’s largest online retailer. Hall felt “totally prepared” for that first job as a senior human resources assistant, providing employee services such as new hire orientation and training to as many as 4,000 workers. “I attributed a lot of that to business classes I took with Dr. Catherine Giunta. It was a little scary,” she admits. “I thought I was going into a corporate environment and actually walked into a warehouse.” In January, Hall was promoted to a new HR centralization team to handle administrative functions. As a regional center manager, she is responsible for 10 fulfillment centers – that number will expand to 18 – with more than 12,000 employees and 11 site leaders. She analyzes the HR workflow, coaches and trains, and influences strategic direction. The work is fast-paced and challenging, she says: “I grew to enjoy the ambiguity of it. Every day I work in there, I learn something. Hands down, it’s my favorite part.”
Chloe Sparr Thomas | Class of 2012 Director of Human Resources, Somerset County Somerset, PA When Chloe Sparr Thomas was hired as a human resources assistant in the Somerset County Courthouse shortly before she graduated with a business degree, she didn’t expect to be running the office a year later. In providing human resources services for the county’s 400 employees, she recruits and hires, investigates union grievances, keeps up with state and federal regulations, and advises all elected county officials and department heads. The three internships she completed helped her to navigate the multiple responsibilities, she says. “I was an RA at Seton Hill, and having that experience and the internships really helped prepare me for this job – having the responsibility of everyday tasks and duties.” Chloe’s leadership skills were recognized during her time as a student when she was named the inaugural recipient of the Seton Hill Alumni Association Scholarship in honor of Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal recipient Catharine Murray Ryan. Navigating the political aspect of her job makes the position much different from the private sector. “We have the courthouse and the commissioners, who run everything from personnel to the budget. Elected officials can change every four years. You have to relearn their preferences and personalities, and how they see your role, how they want to do things,” she says. She enjoys the job and balances career with family, including her husband, Nathan, and two young children.
M. Paris Stamates Class of 2014 Chemist, Mylan Pharmaceuticals Morgantown, WV Stints at Disney and a pharmacy were along M. Paris Stamates’ path to his job as a quality control chemist at a pharmaceuticals lab. “We get ingredients to make the drugs from all over the world. We manufacture it, then my team tests everything to make sure it’s made accurately and properly,” he says. Mylan tests perhaps two bottles in a batch of 2 million doses. “We take a tablet, break it open, measure the different components, the overall quality. Every single thing we make has to go through a series of tests so we can sign it off to pharmacies,” Stamates says. “I go in every day and I don’t know what drug I’m testing. I like the change-up.” Stamates moved to Florida after graduating with pharmacy school in mind. “I worked as a pharmacy technician and realized that I was interested in the research, the development of the drugs.” Then Disney offered a professional internship. “I took it because it was so cool – one of the most amazing experiences I’ve ever had.” Stamates tested water at Epcot – every pool and aquarium where its 6,000 species and animals live or drink. “Having Disney on my resume was a good conversation starter” when Mylan called, he says.
John Guerrini Class of 2014 Owner, Omega FX and FearScapes Haunted Attraction, Ellwood City, PA For John Guerrini, every day is Halloween. Guerrini has been making masks, puppets, props and special effects through his company, Omega FX, since graduating from Seton Hill in 2014. And now he and his wife, Veronica, also a Seton Hill alum, operate their own haunted attraction, FearScapes, in Ellwood City. Guerrini traces his interest in prop making back to his Seton Hill days when a sculpting class taught by Pati Beachley opened up new possibilities for him. “That’s where I started making masks and getting into the molding process,” he says. That class – coupled with a job at Kennywood Park’s Phantom Fright Nights – led Guerrini on his path to open Omega FX. The company specializes in making masks, props for theatre productions, special effects for haunted attractions and more. They also offer mobile escape rooms and mazes for parties and events. More recently, the Guerrinis started FearHouse. At first, it was a mobile haunted attraction that would travel to fairs and festivals throughout the region. Guerrini has found a permanent home for FearScapes in Ellwood City, though he hopes to travel during the Halloween off-season with the attraction. “It’s always good knowing you’re making people smile,” he says.
Paula Florez | Class of 2016 Ph.D. candidate, University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT Looking to nature for medicines has fascinated Paula Florez since she was a schoolgirl in Bogota, Colombia. “In the ocean there are cone snails - marine gastropods with venom that prey on fish,” she says. “I take the venom and try to find molecules that can be used to treat pain – how molecules interact with the central nervous system. It can help find something in lieu of opioids to relieve pain.” A high school soccer player, she was recruited by Seton Hill. “I loved it; it was a great fit. I lived in the capital of Colombia, and coming to a small town and small school was very different. When you’re completely new to another culture – from food to culture to language – being in a small place was crucial.” Her experience as a Resident Advisor helped, she says: “If you want to learn about American culture, you are an RA for freshmen.” Planning to do research and teach, Florez chose Utah in part for its beauty. “And after Seton Hill I was looking for a sense of community. Utah is a big school, but it had that feel, and it had the academics. I was interested in nature products discovery, and the University of Utah has one of the best in the world.”
Brooke Tyszkiewicz | Class of 2014 Assistant Lead App Director and Advanced Practice Provider, Newark Beth Israel Medical Center, Long Branch, NJ At the emergency room where Brooke Tyszkiewicz works, Physician Assistants aren't limited to minor tasks like stitching wounds. They can help treat major emergencies like heart attacks and traumatic injuries. Tyszkiewicz once examined a patient who came to the ER with abdominal pain. Noticing that his heart and lungs sounded abnormal, Tyszkiewicz ordered an EKG - and discovered a congenital heart defect. Surgeons then saved the man's life. "It was amazing, and you bond with the patients, too," she says. "You don't think you're going to do that in the ER, but you do." The North Huntingdon native has been working at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center since she graduated, and she loves it. While the hospital is located in a distressed area of town, it provides excellent care and great opportunities for PAs. "It varies from ER to ER," she says. "Some ER PAs don't do much. Other ones are right up there with doctors. Where we work, we see the sickest patients just like the doctors do. At my hospital, we do everything." Her job - where patients insisting on a physician have only rejected her a few times - "absolutely exceeds" the expectations she had while a student. "I did not think I was going to be this happy with my job," Tyszkiewicz says. "I think I'm really lucky in that I found a career that is so perfect for me.” Tyszkiewicz has found her niche in emergency medicine, which she likes because it saves lives, offers variety, and requires immediacy.
CEO of Catholic Charities USA Presented Sister Donna Markham Calls on Class of 2019 to Open Hearts to Those in Need
President Mary C. Finger and then-Board Chair Ruth O’Block Grant present Sister Donna Markham, President and CEO of Catholic Charities USA, with an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Seton Hill.
As President and CEO of Catholic Charities USA, Sister Donna Markham serves more than 10 million people annually who are suffering from poverty, hunger, homelessness, mental illness, discrimination or devastating natural disasters. As the featured speaker and Honorary Degree recipient at Seton Hill University’s May 2019 Commencement, she urged the Class of 2019 to open their hearts more fully to be present to those in our society who are suffering. “It seems appropriate that I share with you four principles that I think are essential to caring for our neighbors, healing our country and strengthening the communities in which we live,” she said. “These four principles are contained
in just eight words, and I offer them to accompany you into the future as you make use of the fine education you have had here at Seton Hill. I’d like to invite you to be agents for the good in applying your scholarship and training to making a society that’s more compassionate and more respectful of differences. So here are the eight words: Seek Truth. Make Peace. Extend Mercy. Reverence Life.” Markham, who received an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Seton Hill, has lived those words throughout her career. “Sister Donna Markham has dedicated herself to caring for the most vulnerable members of our society through her work with Catholic Charities and as a leader in behavioral healthcare,”
said President Mary C. Finger. “We are honored that she shared with the Seton Hill Class of 2019 the important work she continues to do to advocate for those with mental illness, lift up children and families in poverty, and provide support to migrants and refugees. She is a wonderful role model for Seton Hill graduates as they go into the world prepared to bring about positive change.” Markham, who is the first woman to serve as President and CEO of Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) in the organization’s more than 100-year history, is an Adrian Dominican sister with a doctorate in clinical psychology. She served on CCUSA’s Board of Trustees for eight years, two of which were as Board Chair. In addition, she
with Honorary Seton Hill Degree has served in leadership positions in behavioral healthcare both in Canada and the United States and is an internationallyrecognized author and speaker in areas pertaining to transformational leadership, organizational change management and the effective treatment of the mentally ill. In addition to her work at Catholic Charities, Sister Donna serves as a consultant to three committees of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops: Migration, Domestic Policy, and Racism.
In asking the Class of 2019 to Seek Truth, Make Peace, Extend Mercy and Reverence Life, Sister Donna said these graduates should use their education to bring about change. “Regardless of your area of experience you embody the depth of a Seton Hill education as you search for what is true and good and right in bringing about a more compassionate society today,” she said. At a time in our society when civil
discourse has reached an all-time low, she implored the graduates to build bridges. “Be fearless in entering into the space of making peace,” she said. “Bullying has no place in the heart of a learned man or woman. “ “Your life will give witness through the kindness of your actions just as significantly as any words you may ever speak or write,” she added.
Graduate Keyshawn Petit-Frere walks to receive his diploma.
Graduate Jessica Minecci and her service dog, Joyce, walk across the stage to accept Jessica’s diploma.
Lauren Kaputa celebrates after receiving her diploma.
Stephen Mueseler receives his diploma from President Mary C. Finger.
Distinguished Alumni Seton Hill presented the University’s Distinguished Alumni Leadership Award to 10 alumni who have demonstrated outstanding achievement and leadership in one (or more) of the following areas: education, business and professions, science and technology, arts, voluntary services, military services and philanthropy.
Sarah “Sally” Lyon Loughran ’67
Sarah “Sally” Lyon Loughran is an active community volunteer. Sally graduated from Seton Hill with a bachelor’s degree in art – a degree that she has used extensively in her volunteer work in the community. Her association with The Westmoreland Museum of American Art goes back to 1969 when she began serving on its Women’s Committee. She remains a member of the committee 50 years later and served as its vice president for a term. In 1984, she began volunteering as a docent at the museum and has mentored other volunteer docents over the years. Sally is a member of the board of the Southwestern Pennsylvania Council for the Arts, which sponsors an annual juried art show at the Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art in Ligonier. She is also a member of the Bishop’s Council for the Heritage Center for the Diocese of Greensburg, a repository for Diocesan history and treasures. She has been active with the Diocese of Greensburg in other ways, having worked as a marriage preparation coordinator for 17 years and establishing the Sponsor Couple program to help guide young people entering marriage. She served on the Parish Council at Blessed Sacrament Cathedral and is presently on the parish’s Bethlehem Project Advisory Committee to fight homelessness. Sally’s service to Excela Health Westmoreland Regional Hospital as a volunteer and as a Hospital Auxiliary Member goes back to 1966. She currently volunteers at the St. Vincent DePaul Store in Greensburg, recruits Bell Ringers for the Salvation Army and is a board member of the Westmoreland Symphony Orchestra. For her good works, she was awarded the Bishop’s Medal of Honor in 2013 and received the Cribs for Kids Woman of Achievement Award in the Arts in 2017.
Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64
Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus spent her career in leadership roles for major pharmaceutical companies. After graduating from Seton Hill with a degree in Chemistry, Audrey earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She spent most of her career handling regulatory affairs for major pharmaceutical companies, including Bristol Myers Inc., DuPont Merck, SyStemix Inc. and SuperGen. At DuPont, she served as Vice President of Worldwide Regulatory Affairs, managing a global staff of 100 people responsible for both development and marketed product. She initiated a Diversity Task Force at DuPont Merck to facilitate organizational awareness of women and minority needs in the workforce. While working at SuperGen, a biotechnology company specializing in the development of novel oncology drugs, Audrey lived in China for three years where she served as a visiting professor at Peking Union Medical College. She also served the Minister of Health and the President of Peking Union Medical College as a consultant. Audrey retired in 2018 after serving as Senior Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance at Targazyme, Inc. During her professional years, she served as a member of The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association Regulatory Affairs Steering Committee and chaired its Task Force on FDA Advisory Committees. Audrey was also an invited speaker at numerous professional meetings, both in the United States and in Europe, sponsored by the Drug Information Association, the Regulatory Affairs Professional Society, and the Food and Drug Law Institute.
Leadership Awards Kathleen Moloney ’69
Kathleen Moloney has served others through her work as a journalist and through her volunteer efforts. After graduating with a degree in European History, Kate began her career in journalism and public service. She worked as a reporter and editor at a variety of publications, including The Jersey Journal, the Dayton JournalHerald, The Houston Post, The Gazette Newspapers, Knight-Ridder Tribune Wire Service and Stars and Stripes. Within a year of graduating, Kate received an award from The Newspaper Women’s Club of New York for articles she wrote about the problems experienced by the elderly in Hudson County, New Jersey. She also spent a year working for Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman and Senator John Glenn as part of the American Political Science Association Congressional Fellowship program. In addition, Kate earned a Master of Liberal Arts degree from the University of St. Thomas in Houston and a Master’s degree in Communication from American University in Washington, D.C. While bringing up her children, Kate took on volunteer roles, serving as president of their elementary school in Minneapolis and writing and editing at community newspapers and newsletters in Minnesota and Texas. And she has been committed to giving back to Seton Hill, serving in a number of alumni leadership roles, including as a board member, secretary, vice president and president of the Seton Hill Alumnae Corporation. Kate recently endowed a new fund for editors of Seton Hill’s student newspaper the Setonian – The Hollowood Grant – in honor of her mentor and former adviser Sister Miriam Jane Hollowood.
Patricia Boyd Giuli ’69
Patricia Boyd Giuli has used her skills in both French and English to allow everyone from elementary school students to high-level business leaders to communicate effectively between languages. After graduation, Patricia began her career teaching English to French pupils in the primary schools of Arles, France as part of an exchange program between York, Pennsylvania and the ancient city. Over a nearly 50-year career, Patricia taught English to adult students in Paris, offered instruction to the engineers and managers of a rubber importing company in Puteaux, and provided coaching to directors of two Parisian banks. As an instructor for high-level bank directors, Patricia taught English but was also an advisor, public speaking coach and even psychologist during private lessons. She has also had varied experiences as a translator in such diverse fields as advertising, medicine and surgery, financial texts and poetry. Patricia has been called on to conduct simultaneous translation in international conferences at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris. She has also taken an upfront role in organizing international medical and surgical congresses held by the World Organization for Specialized Studies in Diseases of the Esophagus, an organization founded by her husband. She has organized gala events at the Versailles Palace and at the Conclave Hall in Avignon. Patricia also earned both her Master’s degree and Doctorate in Compared Literature from the Sorbonne in Paris.
Debbie Englert Tripod ’74
Debbie Englert Tripod has focused much of her life on family - both bringing up her four children and running the family business. After graduating from Seton Hill with a degree in accounting, Debbie began working in the accounting department of Heublein, a company whose brands included Smirnoff, Inglenook wines, Kentucky Fried Chicken and A-1 sauce. Over her 12 years with the company, she moved up to sales and then became manager of the mergers and acquisitions department. While working at Heublein, Debbie earned her MBA from the University of Hartford. After the company was sold to R.J. Reynolds, Debbie joined her family’s business, Englert Inc., a manufacturer and distributor of metal roofing and gutters. She became President and Chief Executive Officer 20 years ago. Over that time, Debbie grew the company from 200 employees to more than 800. She sold the company in March 2019. Debbie has given back to her community in numerous ways. She served as Vice Chairman for Raritan Bay Hospital for 10 years and was also on the board for CPC Behavioral Healthcare, a provider of choice for mental health, substance use and special education services for children, adults and families. Recently, Debbie began working with Fairleigh Dickinson University in Florham, New Jersey to serve as a mentor to the university’s business students. FORWARD MAGAZINE
Sharon McCullough Nies ’79
Sharon McCullough Nies has spent her entire career with First Commonwealth Bank – moving up the ranks from bank teller to Vice President – while also serving as a community volunteer. Sharon joined First Commonwealth Bank shortly after graduating from Seton Hill with a degree in merchandising. Through her career, she has held many roles, including customer service representative, assistant branch manager, branch manager, commercial portfolio specialist and corporate relationship manager. Sharon most recently served as a vice president in First Commonwealth’s Corporate Banking Division. In the community, Sharon has served on the Board of the American Heart Association, Westmoreland County Chapter, as secretary. She represented First Commonwealth as a Loaned Executive with the United Way of Westmoreland County and is currently a member of the Women’s Leadership Council of the United Way. Having previously served on the Winners’ Circle of Westmoreland County Award Committee, she is now a member of the YWCA of Westmoreland County Rising Star Award Committee and is involved with Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children of Westmoreland as a member of the Board of Directors and the Fall Gala Committee. A member of Saint Vincent Basilica Parish in Latrobe, Sharon and her husband host the annual Saint Anne Home Progressive Dinner. Sharon gives back to Seton Hill as a member of the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Host Committee, the Doug Wood Memorial Golf Classic Planning Committee and has facilitated partnerships between Seton Hill and First Commonwealth over the years, including the establishment of an endowed scholarship.
Elizabeth Grinnell ’79
Elizabeth Grinnell has had three careers since graduating from Seton Hill working as a Navy Commander, a Diocesan Chancellor and the Executive Director of a foundation. Elizabeth entered the Navy after earning her psychology degree from Seton Hill. During her 21-year Naval career, Elizabeth was responsible for military security and law enforcement in the southern Florida Keys; commanded a Military Entrance Processing Station in San Antonio, Texas for all branches of the armed forces; and served as the Navy’s subject matter expert for Education and Training Management by developing curricula for eight universities. After retiring as a Commander in 2000, Elizabeth began her second career as Chancellor for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Las Cruces, New Mexico. While there, she helped restructure diocesan offices to ensure vital services were provided to parishes and missions, especially during the economic recession. In 2007, while still working as Chancellor, Elizabeth began her third career in philanthropy by serving as Vice President and Executive Director of the Enchanted Life Foundation, the family foundation started by her mother, the late Norma J. Lutz Spina, a 1950 Seton Hill graduate and herself a Distinguished Alumna. Elizabeth built the foundation’s structure, including developing the policies and procedures for grants, training and developing the board, and planning for succession. The Enchanted Life Foundation supports Seton Hill students through scholarships.
Lisa Anne Scales ’84
Lisa Anne Scales has dedicated herself to ending hunger as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, but her initial career path started in a different direction. After graduating from Seton Hill, she earned her law degree from Boston University - following in her father’s and grandfather’s footsteps. But she realized she was more passionate about ensuring basic needs are met than she was about the law and, in 1992, became part of Just Harvest, a Pittsburgh advocacy group that works to reduce hunger and poverty. Four years later, Lisa joined Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank as supervisor of its Green Harvest program. She was promoted to the Food Bank’s Chief Operating Officer in 2002, and, in 2012, was selected as the president and CEO. Under her leadership, the Food Bank has developed innovative partnerships with the medical community to improve health outcomes; created a community impact department that maximizes the use of data and technology to measure performance; and established a new distribution model to ensure the delivery of more fresh food to families. Lisa has served as an elected member of the National Council for Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization and served as co-chair of its Produce Enterprise Strategy Committee. She currently serves as vice-chair of Feeding Pennsylvania. In 2018, Lisa received the Greater Pittsburgh ATHENA Award for her outstanding efforts in the community.
Jessica Picklo ’04, MBA ’08
Jessica Picklo has managed human resources for a variety of companies. Jessica, who earned her bachelor’s degree in Information Management and Human Resource Management from Seton Hill, began her career at JWF Industries in Johnstown as a human resources assistant. While working there, she earned her Seton Hill MBA in 2008. After taking on a variety of roles at JWF over the next 11 years, including strategic management roles, Jessica pursued opportunities at Environmental Tank & Container as production manager and at DLP Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center as a compensation analyst. Three years ago, she began working as Human Resource Director for LifePoint Health Business Services, where she developed all human resource policies and procedures for the new facility, has established recruiting relationships with area educational institutions, and created flexible work schedule policies to increase employee satisfaction. She led the recruitment of more than 200 new employees to the venture. Jessica is active in the Johnstown community. She serves on the Board of Trustees of the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra, actively participates in United Way events and the Johnstown MS Walk and is a past member of the JWF Cares Committee. She is currently pursuing a doctorate in Business Management with a specialization in human resources.
Katie Aikins Monsour ’06
Katie Aikins Monsour has taught at the college and graduate levels for more than a decade, but she has found her greatest joy teaching eighth and ninth graders in the Marion Center School District. After graduating from Seton Hill with a bachelor’s degree in English literature, Katie went on to Indiana University of Pennsylvania to earn her master’s degree in Teaching English. She has taught at a variety of higher education institutions throughout southwestern Pennsylvania at both the undergraduate and graduate level, including: Westmoreland County Community College, Seton Hill University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and Butler County Community College. For six years, Katie served as the Coordinator of English Education at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, where she received the Mountain Cat Award as Outstanding Faculty Member of the Year in 2016 and was named Sigma Tau Delta’s English Professor of the Year in 2014. In 2016, Katie earned her Doctor of Education degree in Curriculum and Instruction from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She served as Interim Executive Director of the Evergreen Boys & Girls Club in Indiana, Pennsylvania before joining the Marion Center School District in August 2018, as an English teacher. Katie is active in her community as a board member of Four Footed Friends and the Evergreen Afterschool Club. She has been a liturgical assistant at United Presbyterian Church of Blairsville and a volunteer with the Blairsville Area Historical Society. She has given back to Seton Hill as a co-founder of the Community Advocate Scholarship, a fund for students who want to serve as interns in community service organizations. Katie led her senior seminar students at Seton Hill to social action projects to raise funds for the scholarship.
Celebrating at the Distinguished Alumni Leadership Awards during Alumni Weekend were (Seated, Left to right): Jessica Picklo, Patricia Boyd Giuli, Kathleen Moloney and Elizabeth Grinnell; (Standing, Left to right): Katie Aikins Monsour, Sharon McCullough Nies, Sarah “Sally” Lyon Loughran, Lisa Ann Scales, Mary Schafer (accepting the award for Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus), Debbie Englert Tripod and Seton Hill President Mary C. Finger.
faculty in focus Demetra Chengelis Czegan, Ph.D. Named Dean of the School of Natural and Health Sciences Demetra Chengelis Czegan, Ph.D., associate professor of Chemistry, has been appointed Dean of the School of Natural and Health Sciences at Seton Hill beginning July 1, 2019. Dr. Czegan’s appointment comes as Bernadette Fondy, Ph.D. retired from Seton Hill University after more than 40 years of service as a faculty member and administrator. “Demetra Czegan is a tremendous educator who inspires her students in the classroom and the laboratory,” President Mary C. Finger said. “Her encouragement of undergraduate student research both on our campus and at research facilities throughout the world provides Seton Hill students with outstanding real-world opportunities. All of us at Seton Hill look forward to Demetra’s leadership in the School of Natural and Health Sciences.” “It is an honor to be named Dean of the School of Natural and Health Sciences at Seton Hill, my alma mater,” Dr. Czegan said. “I look forward to continuing to collaborate with my faculty colleagues in the School to innovate and advance all of our programs to best serve the future scientists and healthcare professionals we educate.” Demetra Chengelis Czegan joined the faculty of Seton Hill in 2009 and most recently served as chair of the
Department of Chemistry. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Seton Hill with dual majors of Chemistry and Art History, and both her Master’s and Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of Pittsburgh. Dr. Czegan has been published in several journals, including the Journal of Chemical Education, the Journal of the American Chemical Society, Chemical Communications and the ACS Symposium Series. Her research has focused on the spectroscopic analysis of lanthanides, the series of 15 metallic elements known as rare earth elements. She has also published and presented on integrating mission and the liberal arts into the chemistry curriculum. She is the co-holder of two patents resulting from research she conducted at the University of Pittsburgh and received Pitt’s Safford Award for Excellence as a Graduate Student Teacher. Dr. Czegan is a member of the American Chemical Society (ACS) and serves as the Seton Hill liaison to the Women Chemists Committee of the Greater Pittsburgh Area ACS. She is also a member of the Society of Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh and the Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh.
James Paharik, Ph.D., Named Director of Seton Hill’s National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education James Paharik, Ph.D., a Seton Hill faculty member for 37 years, has been appointed Director of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education. His tenure began on July 1, 2019. “Jim Paharik brings a depth of experience to the role of Director of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education, particularly in his scholarly research in the areas of comparative genocide and peace studies,” President Mary C. Finger said. “He will continue the successful outreach that has been a hallmark of the NCCHE, including The Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference and the Eva Fleischner, Ph.D. Endowed Lecture Series. He will also deepen the Center’s commitment to educating K-12 teachers about how to address the Holocaust in their classrooms and engage with Seton Hill faculty to integrate complementary curriculum within the Humanities and Liberal Arts at the university.” Seton Hill Provost Susan Yochum, SC, Ph.D. added, “Jim Paharik directed the Genocide and Holocaust Studies Certificate program of study at Seton Hill for 10 years and has been deeply involved in the work of the NCCHE, writing scholarly articles for the Center’s newsletter and presenting at The Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference. These experiences will certainly serve him well as he takes on this new role as director of the NCCHE.” “I am humbled to be appointed Director of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education at Seton Hill, a center founded in 1987 in response to the urging of Saint Pope John Paul II to recognize the significance of the Holocaust, and to ’promote the necessary historical and religious studies on this event which
concerns the whole of humanity today,’ said Dr. Paharik. “I look forward to working with community leaders, Holocaust scholars, K-12 educators and Seton Hill faculty on continuing and expanding the important work of the NCCHE.” Dr. Paharik, who most recently served as Professor of Sociology and Coordinator of the Behavioral Health Program at Seton Hill, joined the university’s faculty in 1982. Paharik, who holds a doctorate degree in sociology from the University of Pittsburgh, teaches courses in the Sociology and Behavioral Health programs as well as in the Liberal Arts curriculum. Dr. Paharik has been active in Holocaust Education on the international and national levels, having presented several times at the International Conference on Holocaust Education at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem on topics such as Catholic-Jewish relations in the aftermath of the Holocaust and the intellectual roots of Nazi racism. A member of the International Association of Genocide Scholars, the Peace and Justice Studies Association, the Catholic Peacebuilders Network, and the North Central Sociological Association, Dr. Paharik brings to his classroom and his research a worldview that calls for understanding and respect of “the other” and upholds the dignity of all people. Dr. Paharik and his wife, Helene, were recognized by the Diocese of Greensburg as members of the Knights and Ladies of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulchre of Jerusalem. They are members of Holy Trinity Parish in Ligonier.
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Seton Hill Remembers Tree of Life with Panel Discussion The Seton Hill University National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education marked the one-year anniversary of the Tree of Life mass shooting with a panel discussion, “Remember. Reflect. Renew” on October 30 as part of the NCCHE’s ongoing efforts to foster interfaith dialogue and understanding. Diocese of Greensburg Bishop Edward C. Malesic; Dr. Lauren Bairnsfather, Director of the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh; Laurie Fox, Coordinator of the Music Therapy Program at Seton Hill University; and Sara Perman, Rabbi Emerita of Congregation Emanu-El Israel in Greensburg participated on the panel. The panel focused on how the community has coped with the effects of the tragedy over the past year. Eleven members of three Jewish congregations were killed during the mass shooting, which injured other worshippers as well as first responders. The panelists all expressed the shock they felt when they first heard the news about the Tree of Life massacre shock that was replaced by awe at the strength of the Pittsburgh community in dealing with the tragedy. “What happened at Tree of Life synagogue was particularly heinous because it happened to innocent people at prayer,” Bishop Malesic said. “It’s absolutely important for all of us to speak up for the rights of people to practice their religion in peace no matter Panelists Bishop Edward C. Malesic, Lauren Bairnsfather, Rabbi Sara Perman, Laurie Fox and James their beliefs. We cannot bury our heads Paharik pose with a painting of the Lion and the Lamb Bishop Malesic donated to the Tree of Life Congregation during the panel discussion. in the sand and ignore the seeds of antisemitism that are sown in our society. Anti-semitism is a great sin against all of us.” Rabbi Perman said she was heartened by the outpouring of concern after Tree of Life - especially from her friends at Seton Hill, who were the first to reach out to her in the aftermath of the shooting. Seton Hill music therapy faculty member Laurie Fox (on piano) plays “Olam Chesed Yibaneh” by Rabbi Menachem Creditor accompanied by students “I felt like the entire community just gave us this great Haley Coscarelli on drums and Janie Wilcox on guitar. hug, and I love that feeling,” she said. She urged the audience to do random acts of kindness in honor of the victims to show that hate has no place in our community. Bairnsfather said the Tree of Life shooting has brought the community closer together and has allowed the Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh to expand its reach - opening up partnerships with organizations and individuals from around the world. Bishop Malesic presented Bairnsfather with a painting he commissioned of the Lion and the Lamb to be displayed at the Tree of Life as a symbol of the Diocese of Greensburg’s commitment to working on interfaith dialogue with Pittsburgh’s Jewish community.
Sister Maureen O’Brien Named Vice President for Mission and Identity Maureen O’Brien, SC, has been appointed Vice President for Mission and Identity, Seton Hill President Mary C. Finger announced. Sister Maureen’s tenure began in October upon the retirement of Sister Vivien Linkhauer, who served Seton Hill for nearly 30 years – the last four as Vice President. “Sister Maureen O’Brien represents in powerful way the legacy of Elizabeth Ann Seton on our campus,” President Finger said. “I know she will continue the work that has been done to develop programs that reflect the Catholic Setonian identity and mission of the university and ensure that future generations of students are educated in the tradition of the Sisters of Charity.” Sister Maureen O’Brien joined the staff of Seton Hill University in 2010 as Director of Campus Ministry. During her tenure, Sister Maureen established a 20-member Peer Ministry Council, created new programming and enhanced others, such as Campus Ministry Coffee Talks and Lunch with Liz, expanded service initiatives on campus to include the hiring of a Service Outreach Coordinator, and oversaw the expansion of the Campus Ministry spaces into the Rose M. O’Brien Center for Campus Ministry. Sister Maureen earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Seton Hill. She received a Master of Arts degree in religious studies from Aquinas Institute of Religious Studies in Grand Rapids, Mich., and a certificate in spiritual theology from the Toronto School of Theology, Toronto, Ontario. Prior to joining the staff at Seton Hill, Sister Maureen spent much of her time in ministry working with students at Greensburg Central Catholic High School, where she was the director of Campus Ministry and an instructor of religious studies. She also served the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill as Coordinator of Ongoing Formation and as CoDirector of Vocation Ministry.
Student Affairs Staff Honored by Community Organizations Dr. Adriel Hilton, Keisha Jimmerson Receive Awards
Seton Hill Dean of Students and Diversity Officer Dr. Adriel Hilton and Keisha Jimmerson, Associate Dean of Students for Diversity, Inclusion and International Student Services, were both recently recognized by community organizations for their outstanding accomplishements. Hilton was named a 2019 Fab 40 by The New Pittsburgh Courier. The Fab 40 list recognizes AfricanAmericans under the age of 40 who make a positive difference in the Pittsburgh area through their fields of expertise. Hilton is a noted scholar and researcher whose work has appeared in numerous higher education journals. Jimmerson was recognized by the YWCA Westmoreland County with its annual Racial Justice Award. The honor is presented in recognition of significant contributions to the YWCA and/or to the community in the area of racial justice. The YWCA honored Jimmerson for her work in serving traditionally underrepresented groups in higher education. “Keisha knows that conversations on diversity issues can be difficult, but the conversations are essential for growth and advocacy,” according to the award program. Jimmerson, a Seton Hill alumna and Board Member for the YWCA Westmoreland, has presented at local, regional and national conferences on diversity and inclusion in higher education. Keisha Jimmerson (center) celebrates her YWCA Westmoreland County Racial Justice Award with faculty members Lyzona Marshall (left) and Debra Mason (right).
Adriel Hilton receives his Fab 40 Award from The New Pittsburgh Courier.
Seton Hill Elects Five New Trustees Todd D. Brice serves as CEO of S&T Bancorp, Inc. in Indiana, Pa., a banking company with branches in 16 western Pennsylvania counties. Brice joined S&T Bank in 1984 and has served in positions at every level of the organization, including executive vice president of commercial lending, senior vice president, vice president, and commercial loan officer. In 2004, Brice was named President and COO and was responsible for the oversight of day-to-day activities, managed insurance and wealth management. From 2008 to 2019, he served as President and CEO. He has been a member of the Bank’s Board of Directors since 2005. Brice earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration in 1984 from Grove City College and attended the graduate school of banking at the University of Wisconsin. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Indiana Regional Medical Center, Greater Pittsburgh Chamber of Commerce, and the Pennsylvania Mountain Care Network. He is a member of the Pittsburgh chapter of the World Presidents’ Organization.
Mary Elizabeth Schrei, SC, entered the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill after graduating from Elizabeth Seton High School in Pittsburgh. Her calling as an educator took her to schools in Altoona, Pa., Glyndon, Md. and several parishes in Pittsburgh. After teaching in classrooms for a number of years, Sister Mary Elizabeth became principal of Sacred Heart in Pittsburgh’s Shadyside neighborhood, leading her to serve as a school administrator for the next 25 years in schools throughout Allegheny County. After a sabbatical in Boston 16 years ago, Sister Mary Elizabeth decided to use her skills in another field and became a Pastoral Associate at St. Bede’s Parish in the East End of Pittsburgh. She has many duties in this work, including working with families to prepare for baptisms and funerals.
Elizabeth Boyle McDonald is a volunteer and community leader in the Pittsburgh region. A graduate of Bard College in New York, McDonald currently serves on the Advisory Board of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh. She is a former board member of the Neighborhood Academy, a private college preparatory school in Pittsburgh that educates students from underserved communities. The Neighborhood Academy boasts a 100 percent college acceptance rate for its graduates. Elizabeth and her husband, Sean C. McDonald, who serves as President and CEO of Ocugenix, a healthcare therapeutics company, are the parents of three children, Liam, Angus, and Finn.
Kathleen Sarniak-Tanzola serves as the CEO of Jeannette Specialty Glass - the only manufacturing plant still producing glass in Jeannette, Pennsylvania. The company’s three divisions make glass for the lighting, scientific, health and wellness and kitchen and bath industries. Kathleen was responsible for the launch of Oceana Glass, a line of products that is now in more than 2,000 showrooms around the world. Prior to joining Jeannette Specialty Glass in 2003, Kathleen spent 25 years as an executive in the cosmetic and fragrance industry with organizations such as May Company, Cosmair Inc. and Yves St. Laurent. A Seton Hill Distinguished Alumna, Kathleen has been honored with several awards including the Pittsburgh Business Times 2012 Manufacturer of the Year, the 2013 Business Women First Award and the 2013 Westmoreland County ATHENA Leadership Award.
Dr. Jessica Ybanez-Morano currently serves as Medical Director for Women’s Services at Mercy Medical Center in Canton, Ohio. A Seton Hill alumna with degrees in biology and chemistry, Jessica earned her master’s degree in public health from Johns Hopkins University and a Doctor of Medicine degree from West Virginia University. Jessica is doubly boarded with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the American College of Physician Executives. She maintains academic clinical assistant professorship affiliations with West Virginia University School of Medicine, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, West Liberty University Physician Assistant Program and Marietta College Physician Assistant Program. Jessica, a veteran of the United States Air Force, previously practiced at the Ohio Valley Medical Center in Wheeling, W.Va., where she served as the Director of Labor and Delivery and the Director of Minimally Invasive Surgery at the Virginia Gasaway Women’s Services program.
Alumna, Former Trustee Patricia Aquaviva Gabow, M.D. Honored by National Academy of Medicine
Seton Hill alumna and former Trustee Patricia Aquaviva Gabow, MD, has been named the recipient of the Gustav O. Lienhard Award for Advancement of Health Care. The award is presented annually by the National Academy of Medicine in honor of Gustav O. Lienhard, chairman of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Board of Trustees from 1971 to 1986. Gabow, professor emerita of the University of Colorado School of Medicine and former CEO of Denver Health, was honored for her nearly 50-year career as a hospital administrator, clinical investigator, professor, board member, and advocate for improved health care delivery. The award was presented at the National Academy of Medicine’s annual meeting in Washington, D.C. on October 21. “Dr. Gabow has changed the notion of what a local safety net hospital can be by transforming Denver Health into a highly integrated health care system that serves everyone,” said National Academy of Medicine President Victor J. Dzau. “Not only did she make Denver Health a national model of success, she created a culture where all employees embodied the best values of health care – respect, collaboration, and relentless commitment to continuous improvement. She is most deserving of this prestigious award.”
Seton Hill students gather with Clyde B. Jones III, Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement at The Metropolitan Museum in New York, at the Art as Fashion event.
Seton Hill Students Show Art As Fashion at Westmoreland Museum Event Art was transformed into fashion by a group of 21 Seton Hill students in May at the Art as Fashion event held by The Westmoreland Museum of American Art in Greensburg. Seton Hill theatre instructor and costume designer Sue O’Neill challenged the students in her two Spring 2019 costume design classes to a semester-long project that culminated at the Westmoreland event. There, they got to meet keynote speaker Clyde B. Jones III, Senior Vice President for Institutional Advancement at The Metropolitan Museum in New York, who is responsible for planning the famous Met Gala each year. O’Neill and her students visited the
Museum early in the spring semester to gather inspiration for their project. Each student was assigned a different piece in The Westmoreland’s Collection that they had to bring to life as fashion. Each were to design and produce a garment and a hat that they then had the opportunity to model for Clyde Jones and the guests at the museum’s event. “They learned along the way the basics of sewing and creating the garment,” O’Neill said. “Some of them were wilder than others and some of them I had to push because they were being too conservative.” O’Neill said the invitation from the Museum for her students to participate brings the real world into the classroom.
“So much of what I get to teach them is theoretical,” she said. “For this to be a realized design it was as if we were doing our own fashion show. The students were able to see how they would take what they learn in my classroom as if they were doing it for a job.” She added, “The Museum is a wonderful partner to have in our community. They come up with ideas and I say yes. There are so many possibilities in working with The Westmoreland and having them in Greensburg is invaluable as a teaching tool.” Seton Hill alumna Sally Anne Novak ’81, who served as co-chair of the event, said, “I love having the
opportunity to showcase the work of Seton Hill students. To see their enthusiasm and excitement to be a part of this event was very exciting for all of us at The Westmoreland.”
Seton Hill dance student Angela Emanuele and other students sew their pieces for the Art as Fashion event.
Library Named in Memory of Art Curator Jane Farver ’69 Points of Origin, 1950s-1980s by Jane Farver, Rachel Weiss and Luis Camnitzer; and Colored People by Adrian Piper. During the ribbon cutting, Moore shared his thoughts about Jane’s lifetime dedication to art and artists. “There are a lot of stories around Jane... I never would have thought I would have traveled when I was young until I met her. There was China, India, Taiwan, Japan, Greece, all over, and all about art. Art was very good to both of us,” he said. “Jane was quite amazing. To this day I don’t know how she was able to do what she did. It came to her naturally.”
John L. Moore cuts the ribbon on the Jane Farver Library.
The late Jane Farver, a noted art curator and member of the Seton Hill Class of 1969, was honored earlier this year with the opening of the Jane Farver Library at the International Studio & Curatorial Program in Brooklyn, New York. The library, donated by Farver’s husband, John L. Moore, is comprised of over 260 publications from Jane Farver’s collection, including important titles such as, Relational Aesthetics by Nicolas Bourriaud; Six Years: The Dematerialization of the Art Object by Lucy Lippard; Reading the Contemporary: African Art from Theory to the Marketplace by Olu Oguibe and Okwui Enwezor; Black Male: Representations of Masculinity in Contemporary American Art by Thelma Golden; Global Conceptualism:
Seton Hill Lauded by U.S. News and World Report Seton Hill University was named among the Best Regional Universities in the North in the 2020 edition of America’s Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report. The university was also lauded as a Best College for Veterans and a Best Value School. Seton Hill was ranked No. 48 among Regional Universities in the North. In addition, Seton Hill is ranked No. 26 among Regional Universities in the North in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of the Best Colleges for Veterans and No. 27 in the region for Best Value Schools. “Seton Hill is honored to once again be recognized among the best regional universities in the north by U.S. News & World Report,” said President Mary C. Finger. “The ranking highlights Seton Hill’s commitment to offering high-quality academic programs that prepare students for the global marketplace.” Dr. Finger continued, “Seton Hill is also delighted to be recognized as a Best College for Veterans. Seton Hill’s commitment to student veterans dates back to World War II when the university accepted male veterans to attend classes at the then women’s school. Today, Seton Hill continues to support veterans and their dependents through our ongoing participation in the Yellow Ribbon program, which provides additional funds to veterans using the GI Bill.” “We are also pleased that Seton Hill’s commitment to affordability is being recognized by U.S. News World Report,” she added. The university works to ensure that Seton Hill students have the financial assistance they need to attain a degree. Fundraising for student scholarships remains a high priority.” The annual rankings, in which U.S. News categorizes schools based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, provide an unmatched resource for parents and students contemplating one of life’s most challenging decisions. The rankings represent the most comprehensive look at how schools stack up based on a set of 15 indicators of excellence, and help consumers evaluate and compare data compiled from more than 1,600 accredited four-year schools.
Seton Hill Earns National Recognition as a College of Distinction Seton Hill’s Business, Education and Career Development Programs Receive Special Recognition for Real-World Preparation Seton Hill University has received national recognition for its individualized and engaging education as one of the 2019-20 Colleges of Distinction. This award is unique among popular college guide classifications. Seton Hill earns its recognition for the excellence exhibited in the classroom, incorporating High-Impact Practices throughout every student’s undergraduate education. Such student-centered programs include communitybased learning programs, service-learning programs, alternative Spring Breaks, diversity and global learning programs, undergraduate research, capstone projects, study abroad programs and internships. In addition, Seton Hill has received specialized recognition in Business, Education, and Career Development from Colleges of Distinction. These additional accolades were borne out of a need for college curricula that are comprehensive not only in course material, but also in practical- and soft-skills development. Seton Hill has met these needs with a blend of liberal arts education, program-specific training, and abundant opportunities for real-world application. “Seton Hill University is pleased to once again be named a College of Distinction for its innovative approaches to education grounded in both career preparation and the liberal arts,” said
President Mary C. Finger. “As Seton Hill recently celebrated the 100th anniversary of its founding, we continue to develop new academic programs and partnerships to prepare students for new and exciting career paths, including Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, and Nursing. We are especially pleased that our Business, Education and Career Development programs received special recognition. These honors illustrate Seton Hill’s longstanding commitment to ensure our students are provided with tremendous opportunities to learn, grow and find success after graduation.” Colleges of Distinction’s selection process consists of detailed interviews and research for each institution’s freshman experience and retention efforts alongside its general education programs, career development, strategic plan, student satisfaction, and more. Schools are accepted on the basis that they adhere to the Four Distinctions: Engaged Students, Great Teaching, Vibrant Community, and Successful Outcomes. Seton Hill University’s specialized badges in Business, Education and Career Development represent a curriculum that invest in students’ innovative, critical thinking. Colleges of Distinction grants this further honor after a thorough review on such qualities as accreditation, breadth of program, and a track record for success.
Mira Funari, Annie Urban Join Institutional Advancement Team Seton Hill University Vice President for Institutional Advancement Molly Robb Shimko has announced the appointment of Mira Funari and Annie Urban to the IA team. Funari serves as Associate Vice President for Advancement Operations, while Urban was named Executive Director for Principal Gifts and Community Engagement. “Mira Funari and Annie Urban bring to Seton Hill extensive experience in fundraising, marketing and community relations in higher education and other nonprofits,” Molly Robb Shimko said. “Their experience will greatly benefit the university as we continue efforts to engage with alumni and friends as well as the Greensburg community.” In her role, Funari oversees the Annual Fund, Alumni Relations and Database Management. She comes to Seton Hill from the University of Pittsburgh, where she served in various capacities for more than 17 years. Funari, who earned both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Pitt, most recently served as Director of Strategic Initiatives for the Office of Institutional Advancement. She also held roles in Public Relations and Marketing for the IA office as well as Pitt’s School of Engineering. She has been honored numerous times for her work by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). Urban, a Distinguished Alumna of Seton Hill, supports Seton Hill fundraising through engagement with key community leaders and organizations. She comes to Seton Hill from Fort Ligonier, where she served for 11 years as marketing and development director and ultimately executive director. Under her leadership, Fort Ligonier underwent an expansion, which included the construction of its new Center for History Education as well as reinterpretation and refurbishment of its galleries. During her tenure, Fort Ligonier experienced record-breaking visitation by school students, saw its designation as the official site of the annual national Seven Years War Symposium and added a new painting by renowned artist Chas Fagan. Prior to her work at Fort Ligonier, Urban served as Executive Director of the Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau and worked in hotel management. She holds a master’s degree from The George Washington University.
Kevin Zimmerman Named Director of Undergraduate Admissions Kevin Zimmerman has been appointed the new Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Seton Hill University. His tenure began on September 16, 2019. Zimmerman has 11 years of admissions experience with nine years working at small private colleges. He comes to Seton Hill from Roanoke College in Virginia, where he served as the Associate Director of Admissions for three years. At Roanoke, Zimmerman coordinated the Roanoke College Fellows program application process, which provides opportunities for students to interact with peers who possess similar interests, develop skills and gain invaluable experience in areas such as research, student activities, entrepreneurship and sustainability. Zimmerman also served as a liaison to the Roanoke College Summer Academy, which offers week and month-long experiences to rising high school students and incoming firstyear students to Roanoke. Zimmerman also served as Senior Assistant Director for Freshman Recruitment at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Va.; worked as an Admissions Counselor/Assistant Director of Admissions at The Pennsylvania State University’s Hazelton and Mont Alto campuses; and served as an Admissions Counselor/Assistant Director of Admissions at West Virginia Wesleyan College. A native of southwestern Pennsylvania, Zimmerman earned his bachelor of arts degree in political science from Waynesburg University. He served in a variety of leadership roles with the Potomac and Chesapeake Association for College Admission Counseling (PCACAC) and is a member of the Virginia Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (VACRAO), the Pennsylvania Association of College Admission Counseling (PACAC) and the National Association for College Admissions Counseling (NACAC).
Seton Hill Student-Athletes Earn Highest Overall GPA in PSAC for Fifth Time in Six Years Six SHU teams earn Top Team GPA Award for 2018-19 Seton Hill University studentathletes earned the highest overall GPA among all colleges and universities in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference during the 2018-19 academic year. The Griffins earned an overall average GPA of 3.407, marking the fifth time in its six years in the PSAC that Seton Hill has earned the top GPA in the conference. Overall, six Seton Hill teams – baseball, women’s basketball, women’s golf, women’s lacrosse, men’s track and field and women’s track and field – earned the Top Team GPA Award for their respective sports. “All of us at Seton Hill offer our congratulations to our studentathletes for earning the highest GPA in the PSAC for the fifth time in six years,” said Seton Hill President
Mary C. Finger. “These outstanding students continually demonstrate their commitment to achieving at the highest levels both in their classes and in their athletic pursuits.” Added Executive Director for Athletic Programs Christopher Snyder, “Yearafter-year Seton Hill’s student-athletes continue to work hard to find success as both students and athletes. I am proud of the dedication all of Seton Hill’s student-athletes have shown in achieving the overall highest GPA in the PSAC and, in particular, I commend the six teams who earned the Top Team GPA Awards on their outstanding accomplishments. I would also like to commend our coaching staff for all of their efforts in recruiting such a high caliber of academically prepared student-athletes.” The six Seton Hill athletic teams
Hailey Jacobs Named PSAC Champion Scholar Seton Hill women’s lacrosse player Hailey Jacobs was named the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference Women’s Lacrosse Champion Scholar during the PSAC Championships in the spring. Jacobs, who graduated in May, is the first Griffin to claim the award. The PSAC Champion Scholar Awards are modeled after the NCAA’s Elite 90 award and honor the student-athlete with the top grade point average who is competing at the site of each of the PSAC’s 23 team championship finals. The selection criteria for the Champion Scholar Awards is identical to that of the NCAA Elite 90 awards, which honor the student-athlete with the top GPA at each of the championship finals sites of the 90 NCAA championships across all three divisions – I, II, and III. The Pottstown, Pa. native and Pottsgrove graduate amassed 126 credits towards her psychology degree while boasting a flawless 4.0 grade point average.
received the Top Team GPA Award from the PSAC for reaching the highest GPA among their sports across the conference, which includes 17 public and private institutions in Pennsylvania. The awards, released at the conclusion of the academic year, honor the teams with the top cumulative team grade point average in each of the sponsored sports within the PSAC. The league hosts 23 championships, however, for the award purposes, indoor and outdoor track and field are counted as a single sport. The Seton Hill teams with the highest GPA among their peers include: women’s basketball (3.733); women’s golf (3.712); women’s track and field (3.594); women’s lacrosse (3.567); baseball (3.350); and men’s track and field (3.288). The women’s cross country team (3.744) and women’s soccer team (3.590) finished second in the Top Team GPA Awards.
Bobby Over Named Head Coach for Cross Country and Track and Field Bobby Over has been promoted to Head Coach for the Seton Hill University Cross Country and Track and Field programs after three years as an assistant with the men’s and women’s teams. “I would like to thank Executive Director for Athletics Chris Snyder and President Mary Finger for this opportunity. I would also like to thank former Coach Jenna Fatica who brought me on as her assistant three years ago. From day one, Seton Hill has felt like home to me, and I am very excited to be able to continue to work with the athletes that make this team a family.” Over made an immediate impact on the Griffin cross country and track and field programs. The women’s cross country team earned its first ever trip to the NCAA Division II National Championships in his first season. Both teams have
produced multiple All Region and All PSAC performers along with national qualifiers. The Griffins set fourteen new school records on the track last season. Prior to Seton Hill, Over spent two seasons at John Carroll where he served as recruiting coordinator and produced workouts for over 35 athletes in cross country and track and field. He coached three athletes to national qualifying times in cross country in 2014. As an athlete at Allegheny College, Over was a cross country All American in 2011, 2012 and 2013 and a track and field All American in 2012, 2013 and 2014. He was selected to the North Coast Athletic Conference All Decade team for Cross Country and Indoor Track and Field. Bobby was the Mideast Cross Country Regional Runner of the Year three times and NCAC Cross Country Runner of the Year twice.
Zak Kruger leading Women’s Soccer Program Zak Kruger, a former Head Coach at Wilson College, has been named the Head Coach of Seton Hill’s Women’s Soccer program. “I am really looking forward to being here,” Kruger said. “This is a tremendous opportunity at Seton Hill and I feel we have the potential to build a successful and sustainable program.” Seton Hill Athletic Director Chris Snyder said, “We are very excited to have Zak lead our women’s soccer program. He had an immediate connection with our current players and with his familiarity with the PSAC we look forward to see the program continue to grow to new heights.” Kruger spent last season as the head coach at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa., where the team showed a four-win improvement
over its previous record. Prior to Wilson, Kruger was a graduate assistant at Shippensburg University for two seasons. While at Shippensburg, Kruger coached four All Conference and one All Region player. He also spent time at Millersville and Lancaster Bible College as an assistant. As a player, Kruger helped Millersville to two PSAC semifinals and one NCAA Quarterfinal as a goalkeeper. Over the last few years, he has worked with several professional clubs including the Baltimore Kings, the Harrisburg City Islanders, and the Hershey FC National Premier Soccer League.
$1,000,000 and above
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee Eden Hall Foundation Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris F. Fette Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia Verstandig Family Foundation U.S. Department of Education Trio Student Support Services Daniel J. Wukich
$500,000 – $999,999
Dear Friends of Seton Hill,
Anonymous Richard King Mellon Foundation Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D.
$250,000 – $499,999
On behalf of our current students, faculty and staff, thank you. Your support of Seton Hill moves us forward and ensures the university’s commitment to its mission is sustained. Thank you for making a difference today and for the future. The Founders’ Society was created to celebrate and recognize donors who generously share their resources to sustain and affirm the university’s mission. These gifts provide scholarships, help attract and retain excellent faculty and enrich academic programs and enhance the student experience. The remarkable commitment of Founders’ members assists in strengthening Seton Hill for the long term. The giving society acknowledges leadership donors who give a total of $1,000 and above during a single fiscal year (July 1 through June 30), and our recent graduates who give $250 or more. Membership is renewable annually.
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We realize that alumni and friends have many options for their philanthropy. We deeply value your decision to invest in Seton Hill and are grateful for your vote of confidence in our efforts. For more information about becoming a member of the Founders’ Society, please call 1-877-SHU-GIFT (1-877-748-4438) or 724-830-4636. We are pleased to recognize the following 2018-19 Founders’ Society members. Thank you for your efforts to advance Seton Hill. Sincerely,
Christy Pergar Director of the Annual Fund 52
Cynthia Wills Black ’76 and Jack Black Alberta M. Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51
$100,000 – $249,999
Anonymous Addison Gibson Foundation Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue ’69 Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Helen Corsetti + Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Helene Horovitz Dal Canton ’63 + DentSply GAC Sarah and Anthony F. Earley, Jr. First Commonwealth Bank Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 and Gerald Lazarus National Science Foundation P.J. Dick, Inc. PNC Charitable Trusts Richard S. Quinlan Michele Moore Ridge ’69 and The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge Marianne Drott Squyres ’62
$50,000 – $99,999
3M Unitek Mary Susan Bradley ’69 Mary C. Finger and David Paris Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Walter M. Grushesky ’98 Carole and Glenn Johnson Patricia A. Landers ’55 Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael Murray Lorraine C. Rup ’69 Rebecca C. Snyder
$25,000 – $49,999
Anonymous Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 Rhodora J. Donahue John R. Echement Robert W. Errett ’03 Excela Health Christine Delegram Farrell ’79
Linda Fiorelli ’74 Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 and James Huttinger Barry and Patricia Ilse Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Evelyn B. Kaufman Foundation Ralph Liberatore Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 and Wally Nunn Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Marjorie Firsching Shipe ’47 + Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Judith M. Stanley ’58 Daniel P. and Tammy Wukich
$10,000 – $24,999
Anonymous American Orthodontics Corporation AstroTurf Jane Ward Austin ’69 Karen Barkac ’84 Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck Blackburn Center Michael and Deborah Bloomgren Sandra Burin Bobick ’69 and James Bobick Justine A. Cakanac ’77 and Thomas M. Bartolac Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Courtyard by Marriott Robert and Amy DeMichiei Dino’s Sports Lounge Margaret DiVirgilio ’80 Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Linda C. Earnest ’78 Enchanted Life Foundation Federated Investors, Inc. First Student, Inc. Katherine Donahue Freyvogel and Thomas Freyvogel Tim and Leslie Hazlett Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger Karelou Foundation Becky T. Kerns ’48 Mary-Margaret Kerns Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Michel Pawlosky Maiers ’98 John E. “Jack” and Brigitte McGrath Mary Ann and James P. McQuade Rosemary Miller Kate Moloney ’69 Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Alfred Moore Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 Alexandra Murray Margaret Bergin O’Connor ’69 Patricia O’Donoghue Pennsylvania Department of Education Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc. James H. Pirlo ’07 Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock + Deceased
Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Dr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Quigley Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr. Salvitti Family Foundation E. Ronald Salvitti, II E. Ronald and Diann Salvitti Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 + Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Anne Spiesman and Keith Klein Martin and Bridget Stanners Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Nancy J. Stoner ’57 TP Orthodontics Trixie Puff Foundation Scott Vengel, P.A. Wheelblast, Inc. Karen Farmer White Mary Jane Yochum Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Youngwood Eye Care, Inc. Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko
$5,000 – $9,999
Anonymous Melissa and Timothy Alsing Patricia Cabrey ’62 Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Julie A. Cleare ’61+ Consumer Portfolio Services, Inc. Bernadette Fondy ’69 Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 Hampton Inn and Suites North Huntingdon-Irwin Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield David P. Karl Jigger’s Pub Mary Noel Kernan, SC ’48 Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis Janet Miller Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Vernon C. Neal & Alvina B. Neal M.G. O’Neil Foundation D. Jean Owens ’93 and William J. Owens Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, Inc. Katherine L. Riley Mr. and Mrs. Russ Siegelman Patricia Smiy ’78 Patricia A. Smiy Foundation James and Judy Stalder John Stevens Ann O’Connor Von Hagel ’81 Wolf-Kuhn Foundation Kimberly Barkley Thompson ’98
$2,000 – $4,999
Anonymous Mark and Pam Alvey Nancy Verdon Appoldt ’56 Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Pennsylvania David Balak Joanne Caterino Beckjord ’71 Anne Murray Belz ’65 Jamie and Michael Bostard Donna and James Breisinger William M. Burgan Christopher H. Cass Catholic Charities Diocese of Greensburg Mary Jane Gross Clark ’81 Kevin L. Colosimo Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Theodore F. Dane, Jr. Judith Fitzpatrick Davis ’63 Patricia Bolosky DeRosa ’60 Robert DiMilia Duquesne University Robert C. Eckenrode Elliott Community Federal Credit Union Elliott Group Helen Kuhn Gavigan ’71 Jane Gilchrist ’72 Jacqueline Kendrick Gravell ’74 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Carol Guglielm ’68 Marcia M. Gumberg Jamie Cordial Hall Foundation Jodee Harris ’92 Hester Shockey Hemminger ’56 Nancy Ritz Hudson ’66 Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh Jones Day Melvin A. Judah + A. Richard Kacin Ellen Katter ’73 Ingrid Kerr Eileen Minnaugh Kief ’49 Susanna Koubek Joseph LaForgia Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Charitable Trust Erminia Lascala ’49 + George P. Maguire Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Marthinsen & Salvitti Insurance Group, Inc. Phyllis Marusa McEuen ’67 Ross S. Miller Gail Clougherty Moses ’69 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance Pittsburgh Foundation Wish Book Cathy Plesha ’73 PNC Financial Services Group PPG Industries Foundation Presser Foundation Mary Allen Richardson ’64
Donald & Sylvia Robinson Family Foundation Nancy and Farrell Rubenstein S&T Bank Saint Vincent College Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 Sevenson Environmental Services, Inc. Clyde Smith Christopher T. Snyder Ellen Spain ’08 University of St. Thomas Trib Total Media Tucker Arensberg, P.C. Susan A. Turner ’69 Valerie Wood
$1,000 – $1,999
Anonymous 84 Lumber Company A. Raimondo, Inc. American Guild of Organists Pittsburgh Chapter American Guild of Organists Westmoreland Chapter Joan Truax Avioli ’54 Rosemarie Baratta ’57 Patricia L. Barey ’64 Michael D. Belsito ’12 and Emily Sangermano Belsito ’13 Benevity Community Impact Fund Louis and Allison Biondi Audrey and Greg Bisignani Patricia Jack Blake ’45 Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Therese Burson ’64 Kathleen M. Campbell ’80 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Traci Hake Carter ’86 Jean Kessel Chapas ’68 ChevronTexaco Dr. and Mrs. Barry A. Clark Vanessa Ruffin Colbert ’74 Dale and Michele Cordial Elizabeth Vreeland Craco ’55 and Louis A. Craco Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro Susan Mary Cummings ’69 Christine L. Cusick Sara Gill Cutting ’62 Lawrence Deering Martha Tecca DelPizzo ’66 and Les DelPizzo Ronald T. DiBiase ’11 Diocese of Pittsburgh Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58 Duke University Carla Harrison Duls ’70 Janet Gaffney Dunstan ’70 Steele Eckenrode ’19 Dorothy Schmadel Egbert ’69 ExxonMobil Foundation Irene J. Eyer ’95 and David D. Eyer Ellen Lally Farrell ’64
Deborah File First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association Susan Boyle Fisher ’67 Sorale Elpern and Marvin Fortman Mira and Brad Funari Matthew J. Galando ’04 Eileen Kelly Garbarini ’49 Kathleen A. Garde ’88 GC Orthodontics GE Foundation Gail Harvey Geoghan ’53 Stephen and Virginia German Carole Herwood Gilardi ’59 Glasser Family Foundation, Inc. Sally Voltz Glock ’51 Nancy Repasky Gorinski ’77
Alice Kaylor ’73 The Honorable James R. Kelley Donald and Patricia Kettering Jennifer Kettering Mary Klotman Ann Koziar ’64 William and Jan Krall Deborah M. Molini Kraus ’79 Eric T. Kreuter Laurene DiGennaro Kristof ’64 Joseph Leonello Jr. Richard A. Lewis Patricia Mooney Loucks ’70 Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer ’59 Louise Jones Lydon ’06 and Sean F. Lydon Make A Difference Foundation
Sally Aurelio Novak ’81 and Albert J. Novak Irene E. O’Brien ’45 Margaret E. O’Brien Karen Fisher O’Connor ’75 Earlene Wright O’Hare ’71 Oakland Catholic High School Charles & Margaret M. H. Obrecht Family Foundation, Inc. Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association Westmoreland Chapter Marian Gross Piet ’81 Jennifer Makowski ’11 Delores Musarra Plunkett ’54 Prantl’s Bakery Primanti Brothers
Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon
Barbara Sloan Charlotte Dimond Smith ’58 Arick and Karen Spencer Marietta Rossi Spotts ’55 Mary Claire Stanners James Stauss Diane Planisek Summey ’68 TaMara and John Swank, Jr. Penelope J. Thomas ’15 Ann Trexler ’68 Deborah Englert Tripod ’74 Amy and Matt Uecker Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 and Paul Uhrinek USI Affinity Collegiate Insurance Resources Walden Trust Robert D. Walker Thomas A. Wandrisco Patricia M. Weinert Kevin Welty ’12 Geraldine Nasiatka Welch ’65 Wellsboro Pediatric Health Care Associates Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Donald Wentling Mark Womack James Wood YourCause, LLC
$500 – $999
Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon spent her career teaching art to children in the Ligonier Valley School District. So it is fitting that she and her husband, Richard, are supporting Seton Hill students who want to pursue degrees in art and design through a scholarship established during Joanna’s 50th Class Reunion year. The Stillwagons established The Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 Endowed Scholarship to provide Seton Hill fine arts students with the financial assistance they need to earn their degree.
Greensburg Newsstand Elizabeth Spina Grinnell ’79 Louise Bord Hagstrom ’59 Inez Avalos Heath ’70 Richard and Sande Hendricks Hirtle, Callaghan & Company Donna Hixson ’01 H. Phipps Hoffstot, III George and Beverly Hritz J.W. Liken Holdings Chris P. Ilse ’13 Frank T. Jelinek Susan M. Jessen ’18 Stephen Katter and Margaret Schaefer
Lillian Archambault Matan ’60 and Tony Matan William and Cynthia McCabe McFeely-Rogers Foundation Christina Miller Ruth Morris ’69 Matthew J. Morrone ’18 Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Marianne Gilboy Nehr ’69 Janice Flood Nichols ’69 and David Nichols Margaret S. Nock ’67 Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan ’60 Justin D. Norris ’06
Helen Normile Quinlan ’59 + Michael and Francee Quinlan Barbara Nolan Reilly ’48 Catherine Dorrian Reynolds ’51 Jacqueline Bower Richards ’57 Rita Braun Ries ’47 Robindale Energy Services, Inc. Elaine Higgins Rogers ’64 Eileen Cline Ryan ’71 Roberto B. Saenz ’07 Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation Kathleen Dziuban Scott ’70 Mary Ann Noroski Scully ’73 Frank Simpkins Judith A. Slack ’68
Anonymous Susan Brabant Baxter ’78 Pati Beachley Constance Gritte Berto ’54 and Frank J. Berto Kevin L. Blair Andrew and Lisa Briggs Anne T. Brower ’72 Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Sonya Welesko Buerger ’87 Buffalo Wild Wings Carclo Technical Plastics Paula A. Carpentieri ’76 Jane Ann Cherubin ’73 City of Greensburg Clark Hill, PLC Nicholas and Krista Cordial Paul and Sarah Corridoni Creative Selling Team, LLC Jill M. Croushore ’95 Judith Abell Crowninshield ’65 Matthew C. Deemer ’09 Delta Air Lines Foundation Andrew R. DeMase ’09 and Rebecca Sally DeMase ’11 Johnette Zappone DeRose ’73 Merrily Dethier Dawn and James Dice Theodore A. DiSanti Maureen Owens Dodson ’81 Doing Better Business, Inc. Debra A. Donley ’75 Maria Frederick Farneth ’86 and George Farneth Adam and Renee Ference Rosemary Ferrante
Ferrante’s Lakeview, Inc. Fine Foundation Doris S. Fiorentino ’68 FitnessEnvi Eugene Forish ’09 Fotorecord Laurie Fox Fox’s Pizza Den Brett and Linda Freshour Josie Funari David and Cathy Garlesky Robert C. Garrity ’09 Nicole Pergar Garrity ’08 and Sean T. Garrity ’08 General Atomics Virginia Taylor Gibson ’60 Margaret Rooney Goldstein ’62 William and Martha Goodman Goodworth Solutions Kerry and John Greggerson Katherine O. Haile ’74 Hampton Office Products Bonnie J. Harshbarger ’64 Mark A. Hartz ’09 John and Carol Henry Marcus Hessian Annette Modar Holder ’01 and Daniel Holder Florence Derby Hoppe ’42 Gabriel and Gloria Hudock Jean M. Hufnagel ’79 Ruth Hughes ’02 IBM Corporation Industrial Radiator Works Suzanne Strapac Jackson ’70 Susan Jenny, SC ’66 Elizabeth M. Juhas ’79 Mary C. Juhas ’78 Donna Doyle Keane ’69 Kennametal Foundation KMA Design Kohl’s Regina Kennison Kraus ’69 Laurel Valley Graphics, Inc. Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Jacqueline McArdle Lee ’62 Leidos Kristin Leonberg ’04 M Powered Strategies, Inc. Barbara Edwards MacKenzie ’64 Bonnie Claar Madre ’69 Mary Jane Reid Maidment ’69 Gary and Sharon Malacane Kathleen Marecic Traci Matejevich John Mazero Ruth Conley McDonald ’65 Robert S. McKie M. Jane McMahon ’70 Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Mlaker Transportation, Inc. LuAnn A. Mostello ’66 Lisa and William Muller Iva Munk ’88 Margaret M. Munley ’71 + Deceased
Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 Kerry McGarty Neville ’86 Bonnie Engel Noble ’53 + James R. Okonak Carolyn Chorlton Parker ’52 Rich Pegher M. Ellen Steward Pentz ’72 Joan L. Pesata ’69 Mike and Shelly Peterson Monica Martyak Petrick ’59 Jessica Picklo ’04 Paulette Schutter Pipher ’80 Chris Yurick Piper ’79 Ann and Arthur M. Pivirotto, Jr. Patricia Dreistadt Policastro ’64 Stephanie J. Powers ’71 Barbara Middendorf Prince ’67 Charles and Jo Ann Queenan Queequeg Foundation Jennifer Reeger James P. Riggs ’93 Catherine Lee Rosenblum ’72 Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo ’76 Sanofi US Charity Program Account Curt Scheib Nancy Favo Schepis ’58 Patricia Palmer Schimmel ’59 Sybil R. Schwartz Janice Murphy Scolio ’64 Timothy Selway Jeanette Mager Sheridan ’60 Deanna Sjolander ’04 Steven and Linda Skarupa Karen Shanahan Skatell ’91 and Christopher Skatell Patricia Barasha Slack ’69 Allegra Stasko Slick ’88 Ann Combs Stainton ’70 Linda Foley Smith ’57 Rosemary Blum Smith ’70 Linda Whitehead Somerville ’76 Kym K. Stout Subway Restaurant Ten Thousand Villages Matt and Amy Uecker USG Foundation, Inc. Marjorie and David Voytek Michael and Mary Washowich Wellness on the Point Patricia Lamb Whipkey ’67 Diane W. Wiley Dane and Beverly Wukich
$250 – $499
Anonymous A&S Carpet Collection Evan E. Adair Advantage Sport & Fitness, Inc. American Chemical Society Stacie L. Amorose Matthew Andrew Stacy Jastrzembski Ankrum ’02 James and Ruth Apter Annette Buchwalder Arnold ’67 Michael Arnzen Marcia Marciniak Auth ’76 Ayco Charitable Foundation
Melissa Whiteman Bachman ’07 and John A. Bachman ’07 Phyllis Sheehan Bambeck ’62 Eileen Bartolomucci Kimberley Bassi-Cook Ellen Conway Bellone ’58 Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga ’57 Robert E. Benner Elise Perisino Bizup ’65 Katherine M. Bloomgren ’14 Blue Sky Sign Co, LLC Jordan Bonar Tim and Tina Bowie Vivian Boyer ’00 Jeanne Gruber Bratsafolis ’73 Toni L. Brubaker ’04 Mary Ann Fisher Buck ’68 Priscilla Crowe Burt ’60 Lawrence S. Busch Kristen A. Butela ’03 Valerie Harpel Carter ’80 and Todd Carter Stephen and Helen Casey Kathleen Ferrari Catalano ’59 Gregg and Stephanie Chirigos Scott Chisholm Ed Chuba Sylvia Miller Clarke ’57 Rose Baran Colletti ’64 Daniel M. Collier Community Foundation of Louisville Dave and Liz Conely Brendon Costa Jennifer Rodal Costa ’94 Fred A. Covatto Mary Ross Cox ’99 Jason J. Crighton Christopher and Becky Curran Leslie Martinelli Cyr ’82 Robert and Marianne Dabney Marilyn and James A. Davis Doris Nickum DeForest ’49 Linda J. Delia ’69 Carla M. DellaPenna ’87 Carmine Coco De Young ’73 Jamie P. DiAndreth Physical Therapy Randy and Lori Diltz Andrew R. DiNardo ’10 Gertrude Tramonti Dobday ’48 Julia Senko Dodds ’81 Brian and Stephanie Donhoff Margaret A. Ketenheim Duffy Anne and Robert Easby-Smith Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland Dana J. Elmendorf Marie Secky Emanuel ’59 Emily Heinicka Fagler ’10 Carolyn S. Falcon Debra Faszer-McMahon Colleen Feigel Matthew Feigel William S. Ferraro Todd Fiedor Diane Sandzimier Figg ’81 Firehouse Subs FirstEnergy Corp.
Judi Fleming ’05 Anne Cronin Fornal ’66 Sylvia Bachert Forsyth ’60 Wendy Fox Rosemary Warga Franca ’69 Edward and Jacklyn Frank William T. Fritz Patricia Fulmer Donald F. Furgerson Carissa Ann Aloisi Gans ’83 Gilles Smith Perdum Insurance Agency, LLC Patricia Boyd Giuli ’69 Catherine Noroski Giunta ’75 Terrence L. Graft Patricia Ray Grass ’65 Great Lakes Automation Services, Inc. James and Karen Greb Mary Margaret Flatley Green ’66 Joshua T. Guthrie ’10 Josephine Hamrock Hamer ’70 Whitney Nash Harness ’07 and Jerry V. Harness, Jr. ’07 JoAnn T. Harr ’92 Lee Hansen Harrison ’67 Grace Hartzog, SC ’71 Dorothy McKool Hazen ’68 Claire Heiser ’80 Henderson Brothers Retirement Alexander R. Hetrick ’12 Sharan Hildebrand John Hoffman Patricia Herlihy Holliday ’69 John and JoAnn Hoover Mary Jo Ward Hottenstein ’66 James R. Howell ’05 Raymond and Karen Huey Shirley and Marvin Huls Mary Sue Hyatt ’70 Barry Iddon Thomas and Joan Irwin Pamela Jewett Isley ’74 J.A.M. Vending Laura Kelley Jeffrey Johnson and Kelly Beringer Finch Johnson Karndean Designflooring Natalie Robertshaw Kelley ’80 Robert and Arlene Kendra David and Mary Kettering Damian and Angela Knauff Adam Kupec Lager Cafe, Inc. Rachel Kautz Lambert ’94 Maureen McCarthy Lamberti ’64 Elmer Laslo Armand J. Leonelli ’06 and Nicole A. Koci ’08 Kim and John Lewis Kathleen Flanigan Lindeman ’69 Kirstin M. Logan ’10 Janet Porvaznik Lomicka ’66 Susanne K. and Michael F. Lopresti, Sr. Jean Black Lorenzetti ’59 Sally Lyon Loughran ’63 and The Honorable Charles H. Loughran
Jennifer Lundy Anne Boitano Lynes ’56 Cynthia Magistro ’78 Martina Owens Mandella ’91 Dave Manners Deborah Marizzaldi ’07 and Marc Marizzaldi Janet Nipaver Martha ’71 Anastasia Martin ’12 Jamie Fogle McGee ’06 Patrick J. McGivern Jim McRickard James and Shelia Merritt James and Marlo Moeller Mary Ann Mogus ’65 Jeanne T. Monoski ’79 Christine M. Mueseler Colleen Claybaugh Murray ’79 Matthew S. Nelson ’08 Talib Nichiren ’96 Northwestern Mutual Life Katherine Coleman O’Brien ’57 Oliver’s Pourhouse Loretta Boni Operini ’52 Carla M. Palamone ’92 Ryanne Forcht Palermo ’05 Lisa Chilcoat Pate ’87 Laura S. Patterson John and Cynthia Petrarca Nancy Grieco Pfeiffer ’69 PNC Foundation Matching Gift Program Aaron and Christina Pollock Jeanne P. Powanda Elizabeth Purinton Grace Hoover Puterman ’64 Quintessence Publishing Company, Inc. Barry Reeger Photography Carol Carpinelli Rencheck ’83 Mary Kathryn Norton Ridenour ’74 Rob’s Auto Detailing Lois Skelly Robinson ’74 Robin A. Rodgers Stephanie J. Roelker ’72 Teresa Roy Rusmur Floors Ralph A. Scalise Marie Vrable Schietroma ’51 Scholastica Travel Inc. Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64 Richard J. Schulte Annette M. Seelhorst Jeff Shaw Side Panel Soccer, Inc. Katherine Klopsch Siler ’70 Linda Gioia Simon ’75 Jacqueline Jablonsky Skiple ’83 Anita DiBagno Smolenski ’61 Joshua K. Sobota ’06 and Ellen Fisher-Sobota ’09 Patricia Mueller Speer ’81 St. Anne Home Standfast Asset Management, LLC Steelcase Foundation Nick Sterner ’12 Allen Stevens Charmaine R. Strong
Jessica Strong Walter and Leslie Strong Jeanne C. Suehr ’85 Dorothy Donauer Sweeney ’69 Lula M. Sweeney ’95 Mark and Luann Swetz Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59 Larry Taylor ’95 Anna Marie Tempero ’65 Sally Healey Thomas ’56 David and Susan Tierney Rosemary Cala Tobelmann ’76 Caroline Ayars Treiber ’59 Patrick J. Trettel ’10 Joyce Petrosky Trew ’69 Brian Tucker Margretta Stokes Tucker ’77 Roseanne and Scott Tucker United Way of York County University of Pittsburgh Michelle Samarin Unruh ’94 Ralph Valentino Susan Collins Varga ’79 Alejandro Vargas Judy Wagner Velky ’68 Kathleen Keally Voigt ’59 James R. Waddell Lovenia Deconge Watson ’59 Michael and Bridgett Weeks Richard H. Weimer Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Todd Welsh ’06 Edward and Colleen West Bridget S. Widdowson ’82 Barbara Haeflein Wood ’74 Debra Boring Woods ’98 Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley ’55 Patricia Cosgrove Young ’69 William and Lisa Zajdel Lou Ann Braden Zeigler ’83
$100 – $249
Achtzehn Bros. Home Repair Mary Dobson Adee ’59 Erin Albert ’10 Robert L. Albert Robert E. Albright Susan Aljoe ’68 Margaret Allen-Malley ’69 Charles and Gloria Almanza Vincent and Barbara Amorose Dennis Anastor Ezra Ancrum Mary Kay Deane Anderson ’71 Colleen Gill Andora ’57 George Angeletti Martin Ankrum Kathleen Appugliese ’74 Nathan J. Augustine ’08 Dawn McClowry Aul ’60 Barbara M. Aupperle Richard and Cheryl Baker Tim Baker Jack and Joyce Balega Joan Bonanno Ballash ’67 Janice Tabone Balzic ’61 Mark and Kathy Banfield
Nicole Bankovich Alicia Baranik Martin F. Barkin Elizabeth Barrett Anthony and Liang Bartkowiak Rosemary Baldi Barton ’80 Nick Bauer Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Sara Beatrice ’70 Constance C. Beckel ’07 Genevieve McNally Becker ’69 Richard and Amy Beckman Philip Behm Nicholas and Carol Behun Kurt and Stacy Beistel Janine Colbert Bell ’82 Katherine Donahue Bell ’69 Chris and Jill Bellicini Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68 William and Claudia Bennett Ronald Benson Clare D. Berenato ’13 Berkshire Hathaway Marie Merriman Best ’60 Lisa Pietropaoli Bevington ’86 Jane Ann Bielecki ’78 Carol J. Billman ’95 and Fred R. Billman Michael Bittel ’16 Timothy and Marsha Bixer Ruth Jacqueline Blender ’67 Victoria Bleyer ’82 Joel and Jean Blice Mary Leone Bloom ’55 Stacey Bloom Denise C. Bobincheck ’75 Bibiana Boerio ’75 Mary E. Boland-Doyle ’17 Leigh Bomer Andrea E. Bongivengo-Englehart ’87 Norine Buzza Bononi ’54 Christine Fusca Boova ’42 D. Renee Bork ’79 Daniel and Nancy Borza Timothy and Melissa Bostard Michael A. Boswell Nadean Brdar Bovard ’55 David and Karen Bower Patrick G. Boyer ’18 Mary Alice Jackson Boyle ’46 Linda and Thomas Boyle Jacqueline C. Bradley Patricia Bradley ’99 Terra Stumpf Bradley ’06 Deborah Streza Bray ’66 Mary Jo Ruefle Brecht ’77 and Timothy M. Brecht Brentzel Excavation, LLC Diane Britz Eileen M. Brophy ’71 Felicia Browell Anne Florence Bryant ’75 Elizabeth Deignan Budney ’60 Kim S. Budnick ’76 Mary Brennan Bullingham ’53 Bruce A. Burch Arlene M. Burgess
Harold B. Burke Karen Burkholder Charlene L. Burns ’80 Eleanor Freiberger Burns ’59 Sidney Busis Andy J. Butler Buttercup & Thistle, LLC C & M Dispatch, Inc. Kathryn Loughran Cala ’79 Virginia D’Emidio Cannon ’64 Arthur and Shelia Caramella Robert D. Carbaugh ’13 Sylvia K. Carlson Arlene Carapellucci Carmichael ’64 Carrie L. Caroselli ’07 Robert M. Carpenter Rita Wathne Carr ’65 Mary-Elizabeth Grimm Carroll ’58 Barbara Hoffman Carusillo ’79 Thomas and Pamela Caruso Michael Cary Daniel P. Casebeer Casini & Geibig, LLC Patricia Rascher Catacalos ’74 Joseph M. Catalano ’10 Ann Deibert Caton ’80 Ralph and Carol Cecerte Central Catholic High School Jeanne Schneider Cerce ’65 Cerra Automotive, LLC Dennis Cestra Charles M. Mills Insurance Agency, Inc. Drs. John Charley and Margaret Horning Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Chengelis Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat ’59 Christian Bible Fellowship Aaron Christy Eileen Elchin Ciccotelli ’76 Traci Anne Bechtold Cikins ’85 Louis and Marilyn Civittolo Kathleen Kowalewski Clark ’70 Virginia M. Clark ’75 Maryann Bandieramonte Clarke ’65 John and Mary Clavin Carrie Coghill Blaine and Marlene Coleman Ruth Ann Collins ’64 Mary Jane and William J. Collins Comin’ In Hot BBQ Commercial Bank & Trust of PA Congregation Emanu-el Israel Kimberly Forys Conner ’82 Mary Ann Corbo Connors ’64 Jeanne Mullin Cook ’44 Jesse Cooper ’16 William and Debra Cooper Chad Cordial Connie Cordial Jason Cordial Janet M. Corpora ’70 Mary Ann G. Corr, SC ’67 Carol Akerman Cortese ’77 Denise Cortis ’80 Mary Sullivan Couchenour ’48 Denise Troll Covey ’83 Eleanor Coyne ’63
Ann Nokes Crane ’68 Karen L. Cressman and Andrew S. Smith Susan Baca Crowe ’69 Crown Castle USA, Inc. Judith A. Cumo Mary Kathleen Cuneo Susan Bozzo Curfman ’75 Demetra Chengelis Czegan ’02 Michael D’Angelo Carolyn Zappone D’Astolfo ’66 Cara Davidson Larry and Deborah Davis Lynn Breithaupt Dayton ’59 Thomas A. DeAngelis ’14 Lorraine Bartolozzi DeAngelo ’70 Charlotte Westhoven Deer ’75 Nathan A. DeFilippi ’12 Gemma R. Del Duca, SC ’62 David S. Delisi Delisi, Keenan & Associates PC Zach Delo ’12 Damon V. DeLuca Vivienne C. Demm ’54 Doreen and Tracy Denny James V. Denova Marcia Taylor Dent ’74 Denise Plante Deshaies ’60 Sharlotte Kepple DeVere ’82 and Mark G. Dalrymple Paula Smolar DeVos ’88 Elizabeth DiCamillo ’74 Sandra Dietrich ’99 Florence Dillon ’65 Clarina DiPietro ’51 + Sarah Distefanis Kenneth and Catherine Ditzler LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher ’78 Dorothy Dolan, SC ’64 Joseph and Patricia Donahoe Ross Donahue Wesley and Lisa Donahue Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly ’64 Claudia and Kevin Doyle Alyssa Dreliszak ’12 Mary Geier Drummond ’49 Linda Martin Dudzinsky ’75 Joanne Duff Amy E. Dugan ’08 Jeffery and Veronica Dunn Sherrie Adkins Durham ’81 Cora Mickler Dusk ’70 Rebecca Duxbury Christine A. Dziedzina ’73 Kenneth L. Eckenrode Susanna Einolf ’86 Wendy J. Eismann-Thomas Electro-Glass Products, Inc. Jody Ereditario Bruce Erminio Marian Shaheen Eskay ’72 Mary Ann Gabig Eubanks ’65 Sara Jane McNally Eusebi ’63 Cory and Amanda Ewing Express Mobile Diagnostic Services, LLC Joanne D’Itri Fantone ’78 + Deceased
Althea M. Farabaugh ’53 Nafiysa Robinson Fassett ’04 Patricia Perreault Faugno ’69 J. Gerard and Kelly Fay Fayette County Cultural Trust Kathleen Bolgar Fenelon ’74 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Charlotte Brady Ferrarie ’72 Harris Ferris Lisa A. Festa Louise Fichtl ’59 Financially Leading Women, LLC Sandra Finley ’87 Deborah Clarchick Finnegan ’72 Margaret Marcinizyn Fischbeck ’69 Mike and Dawn Fischer Chad M. Fitzgerald ’07 Rita Taylor Fitzpatrick ’66 Five Points Fleet Service, LLC Elizabeth Reilly Flanigan ’62 Ellen Phillips Fletcher ’65 Daniel Flickinger Brandon G. Flythe ’07 Josh D. Forbes ’15 D. Christine Forlano ’64 John J. Fortunato ’14 Rick Foster Ellen Federici Fowler ’77 Cory R. Fox, Inc. Mark and Lisa Fox Brianna Franzino Freddie Mac
Suzanne Fletcher Gauthier ’70 Nancy Flowers Geist ’65 Robert B. Gelman Patricia A. Gentzel ’69 Mary Jo George ’63 Michael and Michelle Giarrusso Gina’s Hair Design Jackie Coy Givins ’63 Washington Gjebre Gerald and Barbara Glackin Jacqueline Gleason-Kada Joan Malek Gmiter ’68 Patricia Dugan Gorman ’57 Danielle R. Goyette ’68 Charles and Janet Graham Emily Graham-Ballew ’06 Roberta Fitzgerald Grant ’64 M. Victoria Klopsch Greene ’67 Margaret Adams Greenly ’69 Mary Elizabeth Salopek Greenwood ’68 John and Patricia Grega Rita Crescenzo Griggs ’57 Michael and Deborah Groenhout Marjorie C. Gross ’67 Brenda M. Williams Grubisic ’71 Chris and Renata Guarlotti Clement A. Guarlotti Julia Collins Guarnieri ’67 John A. Gula Diana Gullette-Lloyd ’68 Lorraine Vallari Gunset ’51
Bryan M. Harmon ’07 and Jamie Clark Harmon ’07 Susan M. Harmon Roberta Sordi Harper ’63 Lauren M. Wassil Harrall ’06 Betty G. Harrold Margaret Hausman Robert P. Hay Jane Fedele Hayes ’69 Barbara Dorsner Hazelton ’66 Scott O. Hazlett Zachary J. Heide ’16 Timothy and Alison Heinen Laura Heming-Berry ’87 Mary Ann Heneroty Cody Herald Bryan Hessian Felicia Janssen Hines ’79 Patricia Breene Hipkins ’68 Deborah Gutwald Hlavach ’95 Anne Buck Hoag ’60 Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Jean Dziak Hobert ’64 Elizabeth B. Hoeldtke Karen Alsbaugh Hoffman ’68 Lance Hofseth Laurel Prosperi Hogan ’79 Elizabeth Holby Deborah Torock Holnaider ’78 Holy Family Institute Judith Hines Homison ’78 and Ronald W. Homison
Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond Zadzilko Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and her husband, The Honorable Raymond Zadzilko, have been longtime supporters of Seton Hill. Their most recent gift to establish The Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond Zadzilko Endowed Scholarship provides Seton Hill students with the financial support they need to continue their education. The Zadzilkos established the fund in honor of Mary Frances’ 50th Class Reunion in 2018.
Louise Amatangelo Freund ’63 M. Suzanne Slagle Frey ’60 Paul and Shirley Friedland Friends of Mark Mears Russell and Heather Fry Joanne Bergamasco Gabriel ’60 Gala Jewelers, Inc. Irene Graboski Galloway ’66 Mary Anne Daly Gannon ’49 Gertrudis M. Garcia ’55 David and Sara Gardner Anita Garr Ronald and Lisa Gates
Todd and Janet Gustafson Mary Louise Mahon Guyet ’63 Tom Hall Georgine M. Hallam Steen Halling Francis and Charlotte Hammond Christin L. Hanigan ’02 Colette Hanlon, SC ’63 Kyle and Sandy Hanson Patrick Hanulak Elizabeth Haradon Meredith E. Harber ’08 Thomas P. Harbert
Howard Hanna Real Estate Ted Hudek Bethany Hudak Hughes ’00 Susan E. Hutchins ’72 Richard Hutchinson Dolores P. and Frank C. Infanger Inselmini Construction Co., Inc. Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Mary Ann Conway Itts ’66 J. Gleason Associates, LLC Walter Jacob Geraldine McKenna Jacoby ’74
Endowed Scholarship Established in Honor of Edgar B. Highberger For many Seton Hill alumni, Edgar B. Highberger is synonymous with the university’s music program. Highberger served as Associate Professor of Music, Director of the Sacred Music Program and was university organist from 1979 until his retirement in 2016. His outstanding efforts in the classroom led him to be named Professor of the Year at Seton Hill in 2005. Four years later, he received the Excellence in Liberal Arts Teaching award. Highberger also served for more than five decades as organist and music minister at the First Presbyterian Church of Greensburg, and he accompanied the voices of the Westmoreland Choral Society for many years as well. His outstanding commitment to music both at Seton Hill and in the community is now being recognized by his former students, colleagues and friends through the establishment of the Edgar B. Highberger Endowed Music Scholarship. The fund, which will support Seton Hill students pursuing degrees in music, was established in 2019 through donations by alumni, faculty, staff and community members, including the Seton Hill Chapter of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) and members of other AGO chapters from throughout the region.
Janet Bender Jacoby ’74 Marian Baumbach Jacq ’58 Michael Jamanis Maxine Marcinko Jamieson ’69 Tracey Janis Christine Frederick Janove ’73 Dorothy Jarzabek Theresa Helinsky Jaworski ’68 Jefferson United Methodist Chruch Noela Slapikas Jeffrey ’63 Robin Jennings Lisa Cooper Jensen ’74 Fran Johns Marlyn McAtee Johnson ’72 Robert and Selina Johnson
S. Meredith and Beverly Johnson Scott Johnson Jennifer Jones Joanne Jones Kenneth L. Jones Vickie Valles Joseph ’80 Brandon Jossey ’14 Kristin A. Juhasz ’12 David Karl Agnesmary Treanor Karol ’52 Morris Karski Theresa M. Kashin ’82 Gary Kavanagh Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Marie Boucek Kazmierczak ’60
Kimberly Kearns Andree V. Kelly John C.R. Kelly Realty, Inc. Ruth Dowling Kelly ’62 Lora Kendi-Newcomer ’02 Barbara L. Kennedy Christine Kennedy Christine Braunegg Kennedy ’79 Janice Grottenthaler Kenneson ’86 Carol McLaughlin Kenney ’70 Beth and Thomas Kepple Frank J. Kernan Ann Solomon Kerrigan ’52 Tracy Hauger Keys ’92 and Drew S. Keys
Frank Kibler Kelley Kilduff Mary Lou Hamill Kilian ’61 Kurt E. Kimmich King Physical Therapy, LLC Andrew T. Kirsch ’08 Amy Bisceglia Kline ’91 Maurice and Lynda Knauer Sheila Reilly Knoth ’60 Patrick J. Kohl ’11 Kara Kokenge The Honorable Ted Kopas and Amy Kopas Linda Kosmacki Jerry Kraisinger Joan Curley Kramer ’58 Anthony Krance James Kress, Jr. Mary Lee Gannon Krieg ’54 Doug Krivda ’09 Vicky M. Krug ’88 Diane M. Kuntz Anna La Voie ’15 Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians Troy Lawrence Richard Lawson Excavating, Inc. Maryann Stefanacci Lazzaro ’79 Barbara Weisensee Leach ’80 Lawrence W. Leonard Linda New Levine ’65 Phylis Pietrusza Levino ’67 William E. Lewis Carl and Diane Licht Alice Hilliard Lieb ’83 Natalie Kolish Linden ’14 Joan Suda Lindsey ’63 Heather Hayes Lineburger ’97 Karen Puskar Lippany ’67 Richard and Deborah Lisenby Karen Lode Joshua M. Logan ’12 Steven J. Long ’07 Kathleen Morsey Looney ’65 Gertrude Ward Lorenz ’56 Frank J. Lotito Lupi & Leo Angela K. Lutze ’70 Karen Kurek Lynch ’73 Paul W. Mahady, Jr. Marta Maxwell Maher ’83 Carol C. Mahoney ’76 Paul and Karen Mains Matt Malacane Jeanne and Richard Malloy Lois Jones Maloy ’59 Glenn and Julie Mannion Patricia G. Manno ’00 William and Belva Marco Sharon Donaldson Marks ’83 and Robert J. Marks Rosemarie Porto Marone ’57 Aaron Marshall Maureen Speicher Marshall ’76 Barbara Martinelli ’91 Geneen Marucco Dianna Thomas Marusko ’02 Frances Howard Marze ’60
Kathleen Lenzi Mascelli ’73 Charles C. Mason, Jr. Madison Mastro Matshark Fitness, LLC Bryan and Amy Matte Brian Matthews Andrea Shedwick Maue ’86 Mary Pat Reidy Mayer ’66 Joseph P. Mazero Frank and Melissa Mazzur Beth McAtee M. Colleen McCann ’56 Agnes Flatley McClarnon ’59 Gary N. McClendon Anne M. McCormick Matthew T. McCune ’08 Scott and Candice McGarry Rosemary McGeary ’60 Gary and Robin McGrath Mary B. McKinley ’65 Kimberly McKoy Mary Lou McLaughlin ’06 Laura L. McLean ’70 MedCare Equipment Company, LLC Marti Blackson Meerscheidt ’76 Carolyn Allgeier Melby ’62 Howard Mendelson Michael and Stacy Mendler Marvin R. Mensch Timothy and Allison Mento Camille and Kathleen Merlino Ted and Janet Merlino Marlene Fiorelli Merryman ’59 Christian C. Mester Theresa Smarrella Metcalf ’57 Maria Mickwitz ’60 Ann Killoran Millar ’55 Andrea S. Miller ’68 + Diane M. Miller Renee Kania Miller ’15 and Christopher Miller ’16 Terry J. Miller Jovita Baratta Minnich ’70 Michele Kania Mitchell ’92 Roberta Mitchell Blima K. Mitre Thayne C. Mitrik ’16 MK Homes, Inc. Jacqueline Hume Mohn ’57 Cameron Levkoff Molinaro Debora Osikowicz Momeyer ’87 and David Momeyer Frank Montecalvo Jane Moore Kathryn Mihalcik Moore ’71 Lawrence C. Morris Sarah Morthland Mary Catherine Motchar and James Clayton Mouldagraph Corporation Mr. Toad’s John and Phyllis Mrosco Laura M. Mudd Nancy Donoughe Mueller ’66 Margaret Grieder Mulcahy ’71 Beverly McDade Mulholland ’61 Richard and Dorothy Mullaney + Deceased
Donna Munro ’04 Jonathan W. Murphy ’12 Raven N. Murphy ’16 Thomas and Grace Murphy Diana Murphy-Greiner ’64 Matthew J. Musiak ’07 and Nicole Cormier Musiak ’07 Ann and Don Myers Evan T. Myers ’18 Gertrude S. Myers ’94 Joan Facchine Myers ’71 Tyler Nauman Kelly and Peter Neferis Teresa Marie Neff ’84 Ryan and Renee Negri Donald and Terry Nelly Douglas K. Nelson Patricia and John Neumann Paula Kiles Newman ’64 James Nied Martin and Elaine Normile Adam Novak Joyce Novotny-Prettiman ’97 Jean Rybak Nutter ’68 Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Maureen S. O’Brien Helen F. O’Connor ’49 Dennis O’Donovan Patricia Fajerski O’Hanlon ’73 M. Diane Adley O’Malley ’68 Mary Ann Joyce Oesterle ’61 Stanley and Emmagene Olah Old Security Trust Corp. Anthony R. Oliastro, Sr. Onyx Wellness William Otto Susan Pipak Owens ’73 Lucinda Gray Painter ’78 Christine M. Pallenik ’79 Vivian Davidson Palmer ’60 Karen Kucinski Palochik ’67 Anne Marie Palumbo ’69 Cameron M. Pampus ’15 Lillie Pang ’77 Maria Bucci Panian ’02 Beatrice Ann Parenti, SC ’69 Christopher M. Parfitt ’06 Ralph Parks Kelly Parlin ’17 Alanna Daniels Parsons ’06 Andrea M. Pascale ’61 John and Marie Peoples Marylu Hourigan Perchak ’71 Gilbert Perez ’19 Christy L. Pergar ’06 Daniel J. Pergola Kathleen Assini Perry ’59 Sharon and Michael Perry Kerstin Peters ’06 Mary Jane Kirschner Peterson ’69 Karen and John Petrus Audrey Pettis Maureen and Mark Pettis Barbara Pezze Rosemarie Rzasa Phaneuf ’63 Laura Harpel Phipps ’85 Mildred Richter Pietrangelo ’44
Pike Run Country Club Thomas and Kathleen Pillion Paula Stewart Piper ’81 Pittsburgh Street Beverage Frances Planinsek ’63 David Plecenik Suzanne M. Plesha ’71 Anita Bridge Pohland ’72 Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich ’77 Nancy Rashlich Pollak ’87 Joanne Dobson Pontani ’68 Carol Zeck Ponzio ’63 Helen J. Powell Randall and Shannon Powell Michael P. Powers ’10 Joshua D. Pratt ’08 Carl Price Dorothy Price Donald A. Primerano Judith and Donald Pripstein Jason Profio Denise Pullen Beverly S. Pultz ’84 Sara A. Rager Virginia Oliwa Ramsey ’69 Elizabeth Scott Raveche ’72 Re/Max Complete Realty Services, Inc. Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Patricia Garvey Regan ’63 Monsignor John A. Regoli Rehab Centre, Inc. Tom Reho Linda and Jeffrey Reisner Michael Ressler Shelley Ressler Oscar and Patricia Reyna Lorraine Verdi Riley ’51 Mary Wilson Risewick ’59 Janet White Robinson ’52 Jean A. Robinson Rodef Shalom Congregation Ross Auto Body Leah Rossi David and Nancy Roy Harvey and Lynn Rubin Max Rudy Beth Rupert Gloria Dauchess Ruchanan ’71 Julianne E. Carr Ryan ’61 Dorothy Rybar Jenna Salvatore James and Nancy Sandahl Stacey Sanders ’02 Rosanne H. Sandolfini ’91 William and Lori Saul Lisa A. Scales ’84 Carmen Scaramuzzo Gina B. Scarsellato ’19 James Scerbo Donna Schafer ’69 Ellen Uschak Schimpf ’72 Cleta Horn Schmitt ’74 Janet Gliedt Schneider ’55 Schneider’s Dairy, Inc. Gretchen Behringer Schofield ’58 Jacqueline Bifano Scholar ’62 Nona Corbett Schonbachler ’59
Lorraine Sciacca-Finch ’75 Nancy Patrick Scully Loretta Collins Seamands ’54 Charles M. Seamens Mary Jo Robino Sebastiani ’81 Susan M. Sebbane Eric and Amy Seigh Nicholas H. Sell ’16 Stephanie Sell Janice M. Sellards Julian James Senko + Tracey Ondecko Sepesy ’81 Raymond J. Sero Paulette E. Setler ’59 Joseph P. Shaffer ’16 Beth Shapiro Ryan and Dayna Shaw Shearer Logistics, LLC Kay Shotts Shedwick ’60 Mark and Carole Shepard Alyce Holden Sheridan ’57 Michael Shima Steve and Maria Shockey Diana H. Shutt ’91 Jill Dunmire Siddiq ’96 Susan and Daniel Simmers Bruce and Penny Six Suzanne M. Skacel ’91 Walter E. Skero Kelley Murray Skoloda ’86 Andrew R. Skvarca ’06 Valerie and Thomas Slavic Adam Smith Mollie and Dan Smith Ellen McGuire Smith ’66 Linda Schrock Smith ’71 Saundra L. Smith ’66 Kathleen Smith-Delach ’80 Jessica Hamilton Snyder ’05 Cynthia M. Somple David and Kimberly Soule Joseph J. Sowinski ’07 Jeanne N. Spencer ’62 + Elizabeth Duval Spotts ’77 Nancy J. Sprock ’84 Beverly Suraci Spyropoulos ’53 John R. Squier Maureen Malley Squires ’68 Bryan St.Clair Patricia Hayes Stack ’68 Susan Meister Star ’70 H. Gordon and Marcella Starkey Doreen Rose Stempien ’62 Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Carol Miller Stillwagon ’63 Thomas and Mary Stinelli James and Florence Stitt Robert and Maria Stone Sarah Kocevar Strang ’79 Strata Development Services, Inc. Terri Strong Patricia Myers Strunk ’57 STS Delivery Service, Inc. Virginia McCraken Stump ’04 Linda Markle Suereth ’62 Anne E. Sullivan
Brett A. Sullivan ’15 Brian and Karen Sullivan Gerry Wood Sullivan ’67 Michael and Linn Swanson Lou Anne Wilks Swetonic ’63 Zach D. Talkovic ’08 Conlon Tarker, P.C. Team Nauman Wrestling Club Jeffrey and Lori Telford Jacob Temple ’18 Artie and Robyn Terry Mike Terry Daniel and Lynn Thomas Darla J. Thomas ’86 J. Russell Thomas Patricia Walker Thornton ’72 Barbara A. Tompko ’94 Joan Mihalcik Toohey ’65 Roger Torgerson Kristen Torpey Sheree Toth William and Patricia Tovell Toyota of Greensburg Patricia Holzshu Trichtinger ’61 Linda Trimble Helena Tucci ’69 + Maria Tucci ’76 Stephanie Riley Turin ’88 and Todd Turin Debby Uebele Gary and Laura Uncapher United Mine Workers Local 522 United Way of Allegheny County Anne M. Urban ’99 Linda Urbani Jon VanSlooten Theresa Verteramo Varrato ’58 Ann Jones Vescial ’57 Mary Jane Eisenbart Vignovic ’69 Elaine Voce Patricia Bender Voltz ’52 Joan Morris Voss ’69 Elaine M. Voytek ’62 Zachary J. Voytek ’17 Colleen and Michael Vrbanic Garret B. Vrbanic ’17 Heather A. Wade ’96 Mary Memmi Wallace ’88 Anita and Andre Walters Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70 Collin Wansor Sheila Lonergan Ward ’65 R. Lane and Brenda Ware Ruth Ann Wargofchik Brian Warheit ’11 Kirk and Christina Warner William L. Warren Joan Dzmura Warzeski ’51 Cory J. Weibel ’07 John Whalen Clinton White ’12 Lawrence H. White Brandon M. Whitfield ’08 Candice McMullen Whitsel ’72 Wilder & Company, Ltd., P.C. M. Rosaire Wilker, SC ’58 Adria Williams
Christine and Daniel Williams David and Patricia Williams Williams Home and Hardware Center Donna C. Winters ’76 Mary Ann Winters, SC ’67 Eleanor Berg Wisniewski ’65
Miriam L. Zimmerman Debbie Zlotowitz Caroline Znaniec Ann E. Nicoletti Zowine ’63 John Zunic
Brandon Alston Joseph A. Altier Jomo Atkins Ben Alwine AmazonSmile Megan E. Ambrose ’00 Renee Kubicki Anderegg ’99
Cathy Plesha ’73, Sister Grace Hartzog and Suzanne M. Plesha ’71 Alumnae Cathy Plesha ’73 and Suzanne M. Plesha ’71 visited with Sister Grace Hartzog during the Scholarship Donor Appreciation Luncheon in September. The Pleshas support Seton Hill through The Anthony Plesha, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund, which honors Cathy’s brother and Suzanne’s late husband. The scholarship allows Seton Hill students to excel in the classroom without worrying about finances.
Jason and Debra Wolfram Amy Wondolkowski Frank Wondolkowski Douglas Wood ’11 Joseph Wrabel Barbara Wrobel Richard M. Wukich Paul and Mary Wynkoop Kathleen Kladny Yanity ’94 John Yankosky Josephine Conforti Yekel ’60 Mona Yep Larry and Carol Zabkar Jennifer Della Zanna ’13 Carol Corsetti Zeitler ’70 Margaret Zelenak ’12 Stephen Zewe ’06
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Michelle and Tim Aarons Kristine Abbott Erica Hainesworth Adams ’09 Fred Adams, Jr. David and Sue Adatto Regina Addison ’97 Linda and James T. Adler Norma Jean Agona ’97 Barbara Westman Aho ’78 Raymond and Julie Alakson Thomas and Ruth Albanesi Maria and Marcelo Albornoz Courtney L. Alfery ’18 Bradlee Allen Megan A. Allison ’19 Rachel C. Allison ’19
Aaron Anderson ’17 Gina N. Anderson ’15 Lawrence and Karen Anderson Paul and Dana Anderson Reverend and Mrs. Hans Andrae Isabelle Flood Andrews ’51 Sheila M. Angel ’00 Emmanuel and Sue Ellen Answine Rosina DiAbundo Anthony ’68 Mary Jane Antoon Cynthia Arcuri ’99 Carolyn Armstrong Joe Arovits Daniel A. Astfalk ’11 Michael Aughey Jane Austeri Joseph Austeri
Nikki and Thomas Austeri JoAnna C. Ayala ’18 Lisa Baer Sonny E. Bahe Michelle and Daniel Baich Jill and Kevin Bailey Elizabeth McDonough Baker ’64 Nevin and Mallory Baker Bakers Gifts of Glass & Wear Kristen M. Barczynski ’18 Penny Heller Barg ’70 Lewis Barkley Jennifer Barnes Michael D. Barnes ’19 Bonnie E. Barnhart ’07 Carole A. Barrett ’69 Jeff Bartel Samuel R. Bashioum ’13 Pamela M. Basista ’70 Daniel Baughman ’17 Kathy J. Baum ’07 Frank Beasley II Adam and Jessica Bechtell Madeleine Benoit Beck ’61 William Becker John C. Beggy Bradley L. Begonia Alex and Christen Belgiovane Peter Bell Joseph P. Bellack Jade Bellotti James and Kathleen Bendel Elaine M. Bennett Ronald and Janet Bennett Ronald and Deidre Bergman Janell Besa Denise Bilott Carrie Bird Leah M. Bisignani ’19 Sondra Herring Bisignani ’60 Jack Black Trucking & Excavating Isabel W. Blackburn Claudette Blackwell Kelsey Blahovec ’12 Rachel J. Blais Jackie Blake Thomas and Karen Blanchard Amber M. Bliss ’16 Cora A. Blodgett Clifford and Barbara Bly BNY Mellon Edwin and Patricia Boehm Jeffrey Bogdan ’00 Jean M. Boggs, SC ’59 Matthew and Linda Boice Thomas and Toni Boord Nico Bordonaro Sarah Smith Borie ’69 Sally Bosco ’03 Kathy Haughey Boss ’70 Josh Bossart Terri L. Bostard James Boswell ’16 Diana D. Botsford ’06 Suzanne Boucek Richard Bouwma Celeste Bowler ’79 + Deceased
Colleen M. Brady Marianne Bragg Carly Litvik Brambila ’06 Hanna L. Brandebura ’19 Suzanne M. Brannagan ’84 Maureen Delaney Brant ’90 Elena M. Bravo ’18 Hayley A. Brekosky ’19 Laurie H. Brelsford ’90 Carol Ann Smith Brereton ’60 Ann Butler Brett ’59 Megan Bricker Rick Brickley Juliann Pavlasky Brier ’88 Carol Ann Chaffee Bright ’61 Tracy Briglia Kimberly Nath Bringe ’87 and Peter D. Bringe Charles L. Brochetti Bruce and Tamra Brockwell James and Alice Brogan Jennifer Brooks ’06 Gerald S. Browdie Ann Brown Carol R. Brown Elly Sparks Brown ’72 Deborah Wittmann Brownley ’74 Hanna J. Brucker ’19 Michael L. Bryja Jeanne-Marie Arricale Bua ’67 + and Frank Bua Jessica R. Buchmann ’17 Michael-Patrick A. Buckley ’17 Stephen Burgoon Timothy Burkart Marge Burke ’01 Joanna E. Burksaze ’19 Charlotte Zakour Burlas ’63 Haley W. Burns ’15 Michael and Jayne Burns Valerie M. Burns ’15 Elizabeth Buse ’71 Jesse L. Bush ’09 Michael A. Butcher ’19 Margaret Butler Henry and Carolyn Byrd Marian Gasbarro Cadwallader ’76 James Caffrey Morgan P. Cain ’13 Anthony Camasso ’18 Alicia Campbell ’12 and John Shafik ’12 Cory Campbell Harry and Sarah Campbell Rebecca R. Campbell David J. Cannon ’11 Gary and Christina Caragein James and Jane Caragein Alissa Jones Carbaugh ’13 Allison L. Carlson ’18 Haley E. Carnahan ’19 Megan N. Carnahan ’19 Linda Carr CASA Joan T. Casale ’57 Marshall S. Case ’18 Nicole Castelli ’19 Charles and Rosemarie Catullo
Judith Chiari Caudill ’61 Lavinia Cecere Cynthia A. Champ Donna Charron Howell Cheek Kerry China Barbara Harman Christian ’55 Michael and Karen Cillo Jane Halligan Claesgens ’70 Mihaela Clark Russell Clark Craig Clickenger Mary Tylka Coglio ’94 Anne H. Coiner ’93 Elaine Jackson Colao ’66 John H. Cole ’18 Karen Morgante Cole ’75 Lisa Coe Sandra L. Cole Virginia A. Cole John and Leslie Collette Victorious Collymore-Bey ’19 Brad L. Comport ’13 Tara B. Conley ’18 Roxane Maciasz Connors ’80 Aaron and Beth Conway Tanya Sines Conway ’94 Elizabeth Snayd Cook ’59 Nellie A. Costabile ’70 Brendan Costantino Kathryn and James Costantino Karen Jacoby Cote ’64 Jane Cowell Amanda C. Cox ’19 Tim Creamer Michael Cresanta Marsha Mabon Critchfield ’74 Carlin Crombie Charlotte Rundel Cronauer ’71 Brigitte Cruz Brett D. Cuddy ’18 Amy Culey ’15 Kaitlyn E. Culpepper Marion and Joyce Cumo Patricia J. Cunningham Elizabeth Currie ’17 Marilyn L. Cutshall ’80 Emily R. Cygrymus ’19 Linda J. DaBiero ’10 Patricia Trongo Dangelo ’68 Kaitlyn N. Davis Dawn Bulas Davoli ’85 Brian and Heather Dawson Daniel I. Day ’09 and Danielle M. Day ’09 Janet A. Delbridge Michael P. Dell ’14 Perry M. DellaValle ’18 James M. DeLuca ’07 Dent Wizard Carol Donohue DeRiggi ’59 Tori L. Derito ’19 Mary Frances Cipriani DeRubeis Jo Anne and Philip DeSana John DeSantis Kathryn Dethier Steven and Mary Lynn Dewick
Timothy F. Deyell ’19 Jane Diange Dorinda and Ronald J. DiBiase Nicole M. Dickson ’18 Holly Dingman Melanie DiPietro, SC ’69 Anne DiProjetto Mary Beth DiSanti Rachael Ditzler ’19 DKN Architects Colleen Dlugaszewski Pauline Dlugaszewski Jody Evans Dlugos ’00 Carol J. Dolan Lauren J. Dolney ’19 Suzanne K. Dominick Deborah Donahue ’07 Frances L. Donahue Derek R. Donaldson ’09 Denise Dorotheo Carmen and Cheryl Dott Logan Downes Tanner B. Druck ’17 Todd Drzewiecki Cecelia V. Ducar ’18 Brianna V. Duda ’19 David and Joy Duda Maryann B. Dudas Mary Dawn Adair Dumm ’76 and Lawrence J. Dumm Valerie and Dana Eachus Veronica Strager Eagen ’59 Eastern Refrigeration Supply Co., Inc. David and Julie Ebersole Patricia Fegley Edmiston ’73 Taylor Ednie Christine Geary Ehman ’93 Genevieve I. Eldredge ’11 Tracy B. Elliott Kaitlyn A. Ellsworth ’19 Dennis Emert Colleen D. Ereditario ’11 Erie Runners Club Albert C. Erni ’09 Paul Estabrooks Arthur Estupinian Ronald Evancho Sarah Evancho Sierra M. Evans Victor Falcetti Linda Burke Falcone ’69 Family Video Anthony J. Fanelli ’16 Fantastic Sams Joseph Farrow Joshua Farrow Dawn Fassnacht Hope and Howard Feinberg Haley E. Feltes ’18 Steve and Susan Ference Cynthia T. Ferguson ’14 Daryl P. Ferguson ’07 Darlene Ferrante ’68 Michael Ferrari ’07 Sarah Ferrell Susan Ferris Leah M. Figurski ’19
Virginia Regan Finn ’55 Michele A. Fiorillo William and Erin Fischer Andrew Fleming Robert Fleming Savannah Fleming Sheri Flemming ’15 John and Jennifer Forbes Lois Hutchin Fornes ’68 Four Seasons Travel Scott P. Fox ’19 Victoria A. Fox ’19 Sharon A. Franco ’91 Edward C. Frank Betty Frankovich Cynthia Olenick Franzi ’77 John and Ronda Freese Charles and Christina Frizzell Bonnie Morrah Frye ’89 Debra Niton Fulgenzio ’80 Dana Funari ’09 and Bryan Funari Suzanne Curran Gaertner ’65 Anita L. Gallagher Denis P. Garvey Robert Gault Adrienne D. Geiger ’80 Dylan Gelven ’15 Mary Jerpe Gerszewski ’59 Lorraine Delose Ghion ’81 Giacobbi Coatings Linda S. Gibson Mary Beth Gray Gigler ’70 Patricia Wesner Gill ’67 Abigail L. Gillis ’19 Sharla B. Gilson ’92 Mary E. Gindhart Christopher and Denise Giron Melanie M. Girovsky ’19 Philip Giunto Steve Givens Larry and Donna Gliddon Michael and Leah Gmuer Stacy Bartlebaugh-Gmys ’96 and Ronald J. Gmys ’92 Kristen Godfrey Paula Sielitzsky Goff ’88 StacyAnn Golden ’10 Justin T. Goodrich Mary Gornick ’08 James Gotfredson Nathan Gourley Dory and Anthony Grack Rebecca Graham ’72 William and Sarah Graham Darlene Grandinetti Marlene K. Grasha ’09 Stacey Gray Julie Broderick Green ’61 Kathryn Greggerson Johanna Gribble ’07 Jake Gribschaw ’17 Victoria Marie Gribschaw, SC ’65 Cathy Griffin Melvin Griffin Linda Liedke Griffiths ’74 Matthew G. Grove ’11 and Courtney Grove
Michael Grove Marie Cillaroto Grubin ’67 Louise Grundish, SC Jacob Gruss Nicole Stasik Gumpf ’09 and Stephen J. Gumpf ’07 Mary Egan Gutenberger ’64 Dan and Krista Guzewicz Lynda J. Guzik ’78 Mary Kay Prokopik Guzik ’78 Aysha Guzman Robert and Shoshana Halden Bob and Jayne Haley Edmund A. Hall ’10 Valerie and Richard Hall Betty W. Hammer Danielle Hammer Deanna M. Hammitt ’18 Maria Handlin Mary Ann Haney Jim Hardin Carol Taschler Harkins ’57 Charles Harlow Karen Harouse-Bell ’82 John and Anna Harper Darrick Harris Samantha M. Harris ’18 Joe Hartman Jonteal L. Hasty ’19 Kristen Fisher Hauger ’77 Maggie Hausman Richard Haverlack Kelly Baker-Chapla Hayden ’90 Amanda L. Hayes Joyce Haxton James L. Heenan ’91 Mary Brenda Helis ’64 Lisa Steck Helsel ’80 Kathryn Kochanowski Hemlick ’81 Christopher and Colleen Henckel Judith Henderson Lynne and Charles Henry Paul and Rosanna Henry Rebecca S. Herrle ’19 Thomas and Joanne Hershey Daune Cavalier Hickey ’82 Jeff H. Hickman Beth Will Higgins ’81 Jake T. Higgins ’19 Bilton and Linda Hill Adriel Hilton Barbara C. Hinkle Dallas C. Hipple Jenna L. Hixson Margaret Wood Hockenberry ’80 Scott and Kathleen Hoener Richard Hoff ’06 Stanford and Irene Hoffman John S. Hofseth ’19 Patricia Hogan ’67 Gregory W. Hoitink Kyra M. Hollar ’19 Charles and Mary Holste Carrie Hood Shannon T. Horan ’19 Charles Horertz William Horner ’06
Ashley A. Hott ’07 Lee A. Howard ’06 Patrick and Patricia Howard Rita Monastra Howell ’51 Harrison Howes ’17 Rebecca J. Hoyle Hu-Friedy Manufacturing Company William J. Huff ’16 Mary Ann Perlick Humphery ’72 Marlee A. Hune ’19 Sally Hamilton Hurrianko ’65 Dennis and Linda Hurwitz Roz Hurwitz Mike Hutchinson Kathleen A. Huth ’77 Janice Burkhardt Hylton-Tischler ’85 Edward and Rachael Ignatoff David Ikerd and Margaret Rybar Jeanne Iwler Carol A. Jacobelli ’90 Hailey E. Jacobs ’19 Michael and Amy Jacobs Judith E. Jadot Robert and Janice Jagger Ruth Jakiela Emilee J. Janocko ’19 Mark and Christine Jarrell Rosemary Kintz Jennings ’72 Linda Stark Jensen ’70 Barbara Travers Jentes ’87 Dennis G. Jerz Aniah N. John ’19 Greg Johnson Kristina M. Johnson Shelley Johnson William B. Johnson ’19 Deborah Yackovich Johnston ’81 Barbara Binder Jones ’57 Mark Kaczanowicz Richard and Ann Kalik Ronald J. Kallen Rosemary Vallozzi Kampo ’63 Lauren M. Kaputa Barbara Molinaro Karp Anna Mary Cossel Karpinski ’55 Kevin Karran ’16 Mark Katarski John Kautz Cynthia Kauffman James and Andrea Kealey Jennifer Kearns Sara A. Keaton Dean and Ellen Kelley Violetta Kelly Chad Kenderdine John Kenneally Janice Rohal Kenney ’82 Katherine E. Kenyhercz ’13 Laura E. Kerestes ’19 Jenna Kerlicker Daryl Zwigart Kezell ’61 Colleen and Shaun Kilduff Michelle Kilgour Julie McGonnell Kimbrell ’80 Patricia King Barbara DeCroce Kiryluk ’68 Priscilla A. Kissinger ’13
Marilyn Maloy Kline ’69 Britney A. Klingensmith ’18 Rita Csech Knott ’55 Derek Knotts Maureen Kochanek Donna Ferry Koenig ’68 Tyler A. Kolar ’19 Andrea Kopcak ’00 Samantha Kormanik ’04 John Kosko Linda J. Kosko ’14 Michelene Weber Kossol ’82 Rosemarie Palko Kovarcik ’65 Robert and Judith Koveleskie Lauren Kowalczewski Boris and Elaine Kozolchyk Angela M. Krak ’18 Donna and Dennis Kraus Kelly A. Kress Jody and Stephen Kropf Margaret M. Kropf ’19 Marianne Krostyne ’82 Amy Kuehn Connie Kugel Edward M. Kuhn Betsy Kupic Steve LaCrosse Sonya J. Laird ’14 Patricia Lamb ’94 Theresa Lamb Valerie Timko Lambert ’94 Bill and Samantha Landefeld Davionne Laney Thomas and Mari Langer Marilyn Moran Lanz ’63 Daniel and Debra Larremore Rita M. Larrimore Jerianne Larson Joan F. Lasher Richard and Angela Lathroum Susan and Jeffrey Laughlin Marion Firestone Laughner ’57 Barbara Blazek Lavelle ’84 Patricia and Michael Law Brian Lawrence Joan Lawrence ’81 Keith and Ann Lawrence John and Marie Lawrenzi Jim Lawson Kim A. Leasure Michaela J. LeDonne ’18 Brooke N. Leechalk ’15 Barbara A. Leeper Louise M. Legier-McGinnis Laura Kampo Lennon ’89 Bernadette Malloy Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58 Erin Marsteller Salim Matar Charles Megonnell Irene Moroney Daniel Lenox, II Eleanor Peters Lesser ’49 Zita Okonak Levin ’43 + Mike LeViseur ’12 Luke Lewis ’18 Thomas Lex
Christopher Lias John N. Lieberman Angela Lienhard Samantha Lienhard ’16 Nancy Ligus ’16 Patricia A. Lillie ’15 Gina Carrick Lindenfeldar ’90 Paul and Ann Linehan Vivien Linkhauer, SC ’67 Colleen Lissy Jaimie and Joe Livorse Loccisano’s Golden Dawn Helen Locke David and Christine Lomicka Mary E. Loncharic Joanne Long Steven Long Mary Norbert Long, SC ’67 Lisa Longo ’18 Margaret Zimmerlin Lope ’71 Aaron Loughner ’02 Breanne Loveland Mary Loveland Melissa Lucier Theresa M. Luck Joan Patchan Lunifeld ’57 Tracey L. Lusk Lisa and Allan Lydic Elizabeth Kramer Lyng ’76 Tammy MacDonald-Wilson ’96 Andrew Machak Nedra R. Macioce
Mary Kennedy Brittain Mahoney ’71 Agnes D. Mahwera, SC ’19 Sara Male Stephanie and Pat Malley Rodney Manbeck Ron Mancuso Charlotte M. Mango ’19 Patricia and Donald Marco Dorothy Ferrante Marinucci ’52 Sidney Markovitz Kathleen and Eugene Marks, Jr. Kathleen Marks George and Margarita Marnik Richard and Eileen Marnik Geraldine Frances Marr ’63 Robert and Tracy Marschik Cynthia and Mark Marshall Mickey Marshall Alexis K. Martin ’19 Zachary J. Martinelli Mary Mascari ’16 Louie G. Maser ’18 Rhonda Mason ’06 Mary Neal Masters ’72 Anthony Mastrangelo ’17 Annette Cepullio Mastro ’88 Colleen Brown Matsik ’72 Matt’s Designs Allison Matta ’17 Sam Mattei Natasha M. Matthews ’19 Paul and Colleen Matthews
Jean Keally Mayes ’64 Janice F. Mayhew Jessica Mazzur Mike and Lori McAdoo Terrance and Wendy McCann Angela M. McCarthy ’15 Jacquelyn Fontana McCarthy ’11 and David A. McCarthy ’11 Erika Haitz McCarthy ’10 and Michael P. McCarthy ’09 Patrick P. McCarthy ’14 Thomas P. McCarthy ’18 Daniel W. McCarty ’03 and Kimberly A. McCarty ’04 Cheryl McClain ’86 Christine Weniger McDermott ’69 Derek E. McElfresh ’18 Patricia McElhone Vicky McElroy Anne Ende McGervey ’61 Julia McGinniss McGowan ’26 + Sarah M. McGowan ’19 Christy McHugh ’10 Bailey D. McIntyre ’19 George McKenna Norma L. McKenna Timothy and Laurie McKernan Rory J. McKinnon ’16 Catherine McLean Charles and Vera McLeod Andrew McNab ’15 Jim McNair
Liam R. McNicholas ’19 Veronica McQuaide Donald E. McWreath ’17 Marilyn Komatz Mealy ’56 Measured Progress, Inc. Julia Megchelsen Robert Meier Michele Mellick ’16 Steven E. Meredith ’09 Rose-Marie Weibel Merz ’60 Amy Metz Antonia LaRosa Michel ’83 Catherine F. Mickolay ’66 Frank and Kelley Mietlicki Francis and Nancy Mifsud Deborah Palanko Mikita ’73 Milford Special Needs Club Preston and Linda Milich Barbara McKenna Miller ’59 Barbara Miller, SC ’64 Carrie A. Miller ’12 Kelcey J. Miller ’18 Marie Corona Miller, SC ’64 Melissa Miller ’03 Samantha T. Miller ’19 Jessica L. Minneci ’19 Rocky Miranda Linda M. Misterkiewicz ’73 Collin P. Mitchell ’19 Ray and Pat Mitchell Lisa and Arthur Moeller Hannah K. Moeller ’19
John McNair Jacqueline Driscoll McNamara ’73 Stephany M. McNamara ’18 Richard Hand Janet McNerny
Tyler A. Mohlhenrich ’14 Dorothy Del Bene Mohn ’51 Margaret Moiseshyn Molinaro Law Offices
Class of 1968 Forward Fund Kathryn Istvan Valero and Carol Ann Leschock attended the Scholarship Donor Appreciation Luncheon in September as representatives of the Class of 1968. They were among the class members who established the Class of 1968 Forward Fund during their 50th reunion in 2018. The Fund helps Seton Hill junior and senior students who are facing a financial hardship. The Class of 1968 Forward Fund will help students pay for tuition, room and board, school supplies and even personal childcare or living expenses if they are facing a financial crisis that would impede their ability to complete their studies.
Michael and Michelle Macy Riley Magaña Natasha Nichols Maglione ’13 and Vincent H. Maglione ’11 + Deceased
Norma J. Matvey Mark Maurer Thomas and Linda May Anne Mayers
Sydney R. Molter ’19 Emily A. Montefour ’19 Tracy and Victor Montefour Todd Moody ’15 Devon W. Moore ’19 Shawn and Annette Moore Paola Morales Richard Moran Jan and Louis Morcheid Stephen Morcheid Charlotte and Dennis Morgret Melanie Morgret ’17 Debra Barra Morley ’79 Irene Moroney Ian Morrison Jim Mort Danielle Moss ’05 Linda B. Motz Katherine M. Moutis ’19 Lori Mozina-Ogurchak ’89 Jeffery Mroczek Michael and Eileen Mueseler Michael Mullig ’06 Margaret Schroeder Murphy ’67 Martha Whelan Murphy ’41 James P. Murray, III ’98 Alice Rodgers Murtha ’79 Mary Jo Mutschler, SC ’69 Jackie D. Myers ’09 Sheryl E. Nagy Deborah Nanton Julia L. Natalia ’19 Suzanne Nawojski Priscilla Garvis Naworski ’64 Cathy McGlinchey Neal ’66 Dirk and Kellie Neal Nick P. Neferis ’18 Carl Neighbors ’98 Ed and Dannette Neminski Network for Good Joseph Newcomer Mark Newman Sandra Newton Richard Nicholas Karen Nickel Steven and Patricia Nielsen Jeanne Reichard Niklas ’59 Tomi Ann Nolan ’54 Virginia S. Nolan Margaret Normile Brian M. Novotny Karen O’Meara O’Connell ’70 Patrick O’Connor Ravenne O’Lear Edward and Gail Ober Matthew Ober ’17 Joan Leonard Ohi ’85 Joshua K. Oldham Daniel and Linda Oliastro Frances A. Olinger Eden Olson ’18 Alexander M. Olzinski ’19 Greg Ondayko Lynette A. Opel ’88 Amy Opsitnick ’00 and Edward Opsitnick Elaine B. Organek ’60
Eileen Trant Orie ’59 Marjorie DiRisio Orlando ’69 Jeffrey and Julie Osikowicz Robert and Marcella Osikowicz Jeffrey Ostroff Catherine Oswald ’15 Ronald E. Oswald ’11 and Mallory E. Earle ’14 Robert Over Anthony Ovial Sharon Owen Patrick R. Owens ’15 Dorothy Page Edward and Peggy Page Nicole Page Barbara Palangio ’11 Mary Lou Palas, SC ’69 Edward and Christine Palattella Victoria C. Palm Julianna Paluch Michael and Evelyn Palumbo Joy Cocchiola Pankin ’68 Gerard and Janice Papariella Linda Foschia Parise ’62 Paige D. Parise ’19 Parkside Creamery, LLC Debbie Parrish Gwen Partlow Melissa Pasquinelli ’96 Margaret and Robert Paterson Christie Patrice Heather M. Patterson ’09 and Tyler J. Jones ’09 Ashleigh M. Peck ’18 Laurie K. Peddicord ’01 Carmen and Paula Pedicone Kimberly Swanson Pellicer ’87 Maria Pellis Donna M. Pembrooke Mary Ciarrocca Pendleton ’77 Kim A. Pennesi ’93 Michael and Kathleen Pennesi Linsie L. Perelstine ’19 Donna and John Pergar Nancy Frank Perunko ’67 Andrea Chontos Peters ’76 Jarrett M. Peters ’18 Marchae S. Peters ’08 Peterson Accounting Group, P.C. Alexis C. Petrarca ’18 Pfizer Inc. Deborah B. Phillips Marc A. Piche ’15 Pleasant Unity Pizza Ty’Iesha Plowden ’19 James and Christina Poe Rinaldo Policicchio Peggy Hammill Polito ’59 Greg Pologruto Kevin Pomian Bernadette Kovach Ponko ’71 Jane and Joe Pontious Keagan E. Pontious ’18 Jasmine A. Porter ’19 Emma McGinniss Powderly ’29 + Amanda Litzinger Powell ’02 Andrew J. Poye ’09
Milenko Predic Gloria Prevenslik ’66 Chad Price Mary Ann Farrell Price ’61 Westley Price Zari Price Kimberly Profio Mary Rillo Pruchnic ’54 Barbara Kutch Pryle ’69 Taylor M. Puc ’19 Lester Pullen John and Patti Pylant Corey D. Queen Lyndsey Malinish Queer ’05 Julie Karnes Quigley ’69 Alan and Ashley Quinn Joan C. Quinn ’88 Brittney Racioppo ’19 Nancy Rambacher ’60 Robert and Annette Ramsey Deborah Ranish ’13 RuthAnn Fischer Ranker ’72 Gemma Gigliotti Rasmus ’81 Carol L. Ratner Robert and Ruth Read Symantha A. Reagor ’13 Zachary Recklein Robert and Rena Reeping Mary C. Reese Julie Reese-DuVall ’78 Laura Reichert Rebecca McClenahan Reifer ’95 Patricia Carney Reilly ’69 Matthew C. Repnik ’18 Lisa Germano Ricci ’83 Kimlie Rice Rhonda A. Rich Garrett Richards ’05 Wendi Ridgway-Price Anika Rieper Amber N. Riggin ’18 Constance and Brian Riker Don Ringling Roxanne L. Rinier ’80 Kay Rubright Rinko ’59 Emily T. Ritchey ’19 Caitlin Robbins Donald U. Robertson Mary Frances Huth Robey ’63 Charles and Hettie Robinson Michael J. Roby ’18 Jason and Jennifer Roeback Kathryn Rogers John and Shirley Rorke Vivian Rosario Kristin Dodds Rose ’17 Mark and Karen Rose-Roper Irene Hoferka Roskovensky ’76 Carl W. Ross Catherine Roth Evan Roth Teresa Roth Kathryn Rother Virginia Koslosky Rowe ’86 Robert L. Royer Charles and Alice Rulapaugh Nicole Runco
Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Beth Buhot Runquist Mary Runquist Jan Rupp Reagan Rush Richard L. Rush and Christina L. Wendel-Rush John Russell and Mary Ellen Sydavar-Russell Katarina Russell Lucille Russell Sara Miles Rutledge ’94 Steve Rybar Larry Sabatula, Jr. Maura Barry Salins ’87 Denishia Salter ’06 John Salveson Breanna Kelly Salvio ’16 Laurimar Alvarez Sammons ’94 Juanita Sanders ’19 Brendan R. Sante ’18 Nicolette Santercangelo ’16 Jane Sarra Allison Wyzkiewicz Sasso ’01 and Jacob M. Sasso ’11 Rachel R. Satira Donald E. Saunby William Savage ’15 Milan Savkovich Christina Sayre ’17 John and Fides Scassellati Jackie L. Scerbo Eric and Michele Schaffer Loreen Schaffer James G. Scharer ’18 Susan B. Scheuring ’71 Kelly Schnars Hannah L. Schneider ’19 Lianne and George Schneider Darcie L. Schrecongost ’19 Haylee E. Schreiter ’19 Lorin E. Schumacher ’09 Michelle Schwartz Linda W. Schweitzer ’71 Vivian Schwing Jeff and Paula Seftas Kenneth and Geraldine Seibert Yoko Sekino-Bove Vincent J. Semenko ’19 Lisa Seremet Joyce Serratore, SC 67 Jo Anne Setting Fred and Bonnie Shafrin George Shaner Helen Shaner Casey Shannon ’12 Richard Shapero James and Joyce Shaulis Ralph Shefferly Walter J. Sheffler, Jr. Daniel and Barbara Shipman Jean K. Shockey Edward D. Showalter Brad Shrum Johanna L. Sigurdsson ’18 Claire Simmons Amy Simpson ’91
Lynn D. Slaughter ’16 Mary Ralston Slavonia ’65 David Slicher Jamie Slingluff Mary Kostelnik Sloniger ’61 Daniele F. Smail ’18 Tiffany Small ’18 Barbara Ann Smelko, SC ’72 Alfred Smith Deandre Smith E. Sharon Smith ’79 Earl Smith Florence Smith Joan Smith Kris M. Smith ’12 Lauren Smith Amanda F. Smith-Chonko ’18 Cheryl Smith-Hull ’82 Dena Stafford Leslie Staiger Ryan Staiger Zackary Stepko Vincent Stockley Deborah and Steven Snider Donald and Paula Snodderly Freda Dings Snyder ’00 Maria V. Snyder ’07 Virginia P. Snyder Margaret and Jerry Soles Susan Fligger Solo ’04 Lehelt Solomon ’12 Sierra O. Somerville ’19 Michael Soria ’15 Christopher and Nancy Spang Mary A. Spataro Joan Winters Spatti ’68 Caitlin Srager Kelli Alfieri Stack ’12 Marissa N. Stacy ’19 Theresa Wathne Stanley-Simaner ’61 Sean E. Stanners ’18 Rhonda and Ronald Stariha Tegwen Starks Janice Malego Steinhagen ’79 Carol A. Steinmetz ’91 and James Steinmetz M. Patricia Stephanik Thomas and Emma Stevenson Valerie Schmid Stokes ’79 Suzanne Quinlan Stone ’72 Frank and Karen Stoner Ralph and Sharon Stoner Tiara K. Stossel ’14 Richard and Shawn Straub Grace C. Strauser ’18 Joseph and Vallie Strednak Jane Strittmatter ’07 Elizabeth and Paul Stroble Mary LaFata Stroffolino ’61 Edith Strong, SC ’67 Mary Stubbs Kathryn Haas Stukus ’64 Shreya Sudadi ’19 Lynda Sukolsky Mary Ann Piskor Sullenberger ’68 Tyler Sullivan ’17 Rodney Sunday + Deceased
Lauren R. Swaney ’19 Alexi J. Swank ’13 Eric and Joanna Swauger Jon and Emily Sweany Jean Swinker Rodney and Sharron Swoger Martha and Brian Szal Veronica M. Szalajko, SC ’71 Towako M. Sakurai Takayama ’58 Sara J. Tantlinger ’14 Kathryn Brennan Tarantino ’71 Garner and Kathleen Tarbell Donna Macha Taylor ’70 Carmela Tempero ’88 Amy Beth Templeton James and Alice Templeton Joshua A. Testa ’11 Donald and Mary Anne Thacker Arun M. Thalody ’19 Thermo Twin Dean and Theresa Thieler Jessica Thomas ’11 and Amanda Willard ’12 Patricia Satryan Thomas ’58 Pamela Parrish Thomason ’83 Sandra Yowik Thomasson ’69 Brad and Diane Thompson Jahquan D. Thompson ’19 Antoinette Barila Thompson ’68 Victoria E. Thompson ’12 Doug Thrower Keith and Suzanne Thrower Kent and Judith Thrower John and Cathy Toal Theresa Klosowski Tobin ’68 Barbara Hetzel Tocci ’64 Ashley Tompkins Joan Toomey Patricia Toy Susan W. Trafford Jenni Trapanotto Sherry Traugh Mary Yeager Travers ’53 Paul Tremblay Tom Trempus Jonathan Trenski ’07 Deborah and John Tronolone Kathi Trout ’88 James Troy Walter Trzeciak Jasmine Turbe Lorraine Drnevich Turicik ’75 Clifton A. Turner, Jr. ’19 Jerome and Anita Tuskan Jessica M. Tuskan ’19 Rose Marie Henrich Twist ’50 Brian Tychinski Dorcas Shick Tyson ’66 Lisa M. Tyson ’89 Michael Uecker Barbara Relich Uhrin ’69 Jessica M. Uhring ’19 Cagin Unal ’17 Judy Underwood Violet Uram ’01 Douglas J. Vallana Kellee Van Aken
Suzan Vandertie ’67 Elsie Vanetta Karen A. VanSlyke Gregory D. Vanucci ’10 and Siena K. Vanucci ’09 Stephanie Veach Megan Vichich ’18 Richard and Lori Vickroy Anuj Vij ’19 Samuel E. Vilk ’18 Katherine Villone Simone M. Vivio ’19 Joshua D. Voelker ’11 Joan Von Hoene ’48 David P. VonSchlichten ’19 and Kimberly VonSchlichten Michael and Louise Vranesevic Nancy E. Wallace Helen L. Walter Michelle L. Walters Donald Waltz Patricia C. Wardell Ryan J. Wardropper ’18 Marcie Ware Colin Watson ’18 Miles G. Watson ’08 Dustin Watt John W. Watt Margaret Markunas Weaver ’67 Georgina Webb Ralph and Rosemarie Weber Kathleen Weidner ’71 Cody Weinell Megan F. Weinreber ’18 Michele Lepus Weis ’84 Louise Parrish Wells ’65 Sarah Jo Wells ’19 EJ Werner ’11 Jackie Jackman Werth ’74 Bradley and Jamie West West Newton Giant Eagle Elaine White ’04 Maryanne E. White ’19 Anna Ludrofsky Williams ’73 Diane Williams Matthew S. Williams ’18 Natalie Williams Melissa and Keith Willochell Mike and Kristi Wilson Michael J. Wise ’19 Carolyn Ehrensberger Wissenbach ’69 Jonathan Wisz James and Judith Witmer Richard A. Wodzinski Colby Wood Carolyn E. Woods ’03 Cheryl C. Woods ’04 Lauren Woodward Gary and Beverly Woods Alicia L. Wright ’17 Brandon Wright Mary Jo Repasky Wright ’68 Daniel R. Wukich ’18 Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP Mary Yeager ’98 Alice A. Yezbak ’13 Adrienne Yochum ’08
Eveline L. York Noah J. Young ’19 Mary Lou Yurick ’72 Heidi Zakrzewski ’02 Terrance J. Zameroski, II Linda Zangardi Kayla R. Zanotti ’18 Mary Just Zappone ’71 and Michael Zappone Rosemarie Evankovich Zaydak ’77 Alycia Zerbe Mary Anne O’Connor Zeller ’72 Laura J. Zervos John Zillis Joan and Gilbert Zilner Margaretmary Rauterkus Zoffel ’55 H. J. Zoffer Craig Zuccolotto ’19
UNDERGRADUATE ALUMNI Class of 1926
Julia McGinniss McGowan +
Class of 1929
Emma McGinniss Powderly +
Class of 1941
Martha Whelan Murphy
Class of 1943
Zita Okonak Levin +
Class of 1954
Class of 1955
Irene E. O’Brien
Class of 1946
Rita Braun Ries Marjorie Firsching Shipe +
Class of 1948
Mary Sullivan Couchenour Gertrude Tramonti Dobday Mary Noel Kernan, SC Becky T. Kerns Mildred Richter Pietrangelo Barbara Nolan Reilly Joan Von Hoene
Class of 1949
Doris Nickum DeForest Mary Geier Drummond Mary Anne Daly Gannon Eileen Kelly Garbarini Eileen Minnaugh Kief Eleanor Peters Lesser Helen F. O’Connor
Class of 1950
Mary O’Hare Smith + Rose Marie Henrich Twist
Class of 1951
Isabelle Flood Andrews Clarina DiPietro + Sally Voltz Glock Lorraine Vallari Gunset Rita Monastra Howell Rosemary Petrosky Mazero Dorothy Del Bene Mohn Catherine Dorrian Reynolds Lorraine Verdi Riley Marie Vrable Schietroma Alberta M. Albrecht Siemiatkoski Joan Dzmura Warzeski
Class of 1952
Agnesmary Treanor Karol Ann Solomon Kerrigan Anita Lavin Manoli Dorothy Ferrante Marinucci Nancy Smith O’Brien Loretta Boni Operini
Class of 1958
Anonymous Mary Brennan Bullingham Althea M. Farabaugh Gail Harvey Geoghan Ruth O’Block Grant Bonnie J. Noble + Beverly Spyropoulos Mary Yeager Travers
Class of 1947
Class of 1945
Seton Hill University is grateful to the following alumni for their contributions to the University between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019. Undergraduate alumni are listed by Class Year with graduate alumni listed under their area of study.
Class of 1953
Mary Alice Jackson Boyle
Jeanne Mullin Cook
2018 – 2019
Patricia Myers Strunk Ann Jones Vescial Patricia Didyoung Wentling
Joan Truax Avioli Constance Gritte Berto Norine Buzza Bononi Vivienne C. Demm Mary Lee Gannon Krieg Tomi Ann Nolan Delores Musarra Plunkett Mary Rillo Pruchnic Loretta Collins Seamands
Class of 1944
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS
Carolyn Chorlton Parker Janet White Robinson Patricia Bender Voltz
Mary Leone Bloom Nadean Brdar Bovard Barbara Harman Christian Elizabeth Vreeland Craco Virginia Regan Finn Gertrudis M. Garcia Anna Mary Cossel Karpinski Rita Csech Knott Patricia A. Landers Ann Killoran Millar Janet Gliedt Schneider Marietta Rossi Spotts Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley Margaretmary Rauterkus Zoffel
Class of 1956
Nancy Verdon Appoldt Hester Shockey Hemminger Gertrude Ward Lorenz Anne Boitano Lynes M. Colleen McCann Marilyn Komatz Mealy Margaret O’Neil Reese Sara Radford Shea Sally Healey Thomas
Class of 1957
Colleen Gill Andora Rosemarie Baratta Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga Joan T. Casale Sylvia Miller Clarke Patricia Dugan Gorman Rita Crescenzo Griggs Carol Taschler Harkins Barbara Binder Jones Marion Firestone Laughner Joan Patchan Lunifeld Rosemarie Porto Marone Theresa Smarrella Metcalf Jacqueline Hume Mohn Katherine Coleman O’Brien Jacqueline Bower Richards Alyce Holden Sheridan Linda Foley Smith Nancy J. Stoner
Ellen Conway Bellone Mary-Elizabeth Grimm Carroll Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian Marian Baumbach Jacq Joan Curley Kramer Mary Jane Maloney Leone Nancy Favo Schepis Charlotte Dimond Smith Judith M. Stanley Towako M. Sakurai Takayama Patricia Satryan Thomas Theresa Verteramo Varrato M. Rosaire Wilker, SC
Class of 1959
Mary Dobson Adee Jean M. Boggs, SC Ann Butler Brett Eleanor Freiberger Burns Kathleen Ferrari Catalano Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat Elizabeth Snayd Cook Lynn Breithaupt Dayton Carol Donohue DeRiggi Veronica Strager Eagen Marie Secky Emanuel Mary Vetter Fette Louise Fichtl Mary Jerpe Gerszewski Carole Herwood Gilardi Louise Bord Hagstrom Jean Black Lorenzetti Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer Lois Jones Maloy Agnes Flatley McClarnon Marlene Fiorelli Merryman Barbara McKenna Miller Jeanne Reichard Niklas Eileen Trant Orie Kathleen Assini Perry Monica Martyak Petrick Peggy Hammill Polito Helen Normile Quinlan + Kay Rubright Rinko Mary Wilson Risewick Patricia Palmer Schimmel Gretchen Behringer Schofield Nona Corbett Schonbachler Paulette E. Setler Louise Ferrante Tanney Caroline Ayars Treiber Kathleen Keally Voigt Lovenia Deconge Watson
Class of 1960
Dawn McClowry Aul Marie Merriman Best Sondra Herring Bisignani Carol Ann Smith Brereton Elizabeth Deignan Budney Priscilla Crowe Burt Patricia Bolosky DeRosa Denise Plante Deshaies Sylvia Bachert Forsyth M. Suzanne Slagle Frey Joanne Bergamasco Gabriel Virginia Taylor Gibson
Colette Hanlon, SC Joanne Salvador Highberger Anne Buck Hoag Marie Boucek Kazmierczak Sheila Reilly Knoth Frances Howard Marze Lillian Archambault Matan Rosemary McGeary Rose-Marie Weibel Merz Maria Mickwitz Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan Elaine B. Organek Vivian Davidson Palmer Nancy Rambacher Kathleen Kumer Rooney Lois Sculco, SC Kay Shotts Shedwick Jeanette Mager Sheridan Mary Kostelnik Sloniger Josephine Conforti Yekel
Roberta Sordi Harper Noela Slapikas Jeffrey Rosemary Vallozzi Kampo Marilyn Moran Lanz Joan Suda Lindsey Sally Lyon Loughran Geraldine Frances Marr Rosemarie Rzasa Phaneuf Frances Planinsek Carol Zeck Ponzio Patricia Garvey Regan Mary Frances Huth Robey Carol Miller Stillwagon Lou Anne Wilks Swetonic Ann E. Nicoletti Zowine
Ruth Ann Collins Mary Ann Corbo Connors Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins Karen Jacoby Cote Sheila K. Delaney Dorothy Dolan, SC Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly Ellen Lally Farrell D. Christine Forlano Sally Conroy Fullman Roberta Fitzgerald Grant Mary Egan Gutenberger Bonnie J. Harshbarger Mary Brenda Helis Jean Dziak Hobert
Mary Ann Campalong Myhre Priscilla Garvis Naworski Paula Kiles Newman Patricia Dreistadt Policastro Grace Hoover Puterman Gail Vermilyea Quigley Mary Liz Allen Richardson Elaine Higgins Rogers Daly Mackowski Schreck Janice Murphy Scolio Marguerite Fiori Slavonia Kathryn Haas Stukus Barbara Hetzel Tocci
Class of 1964 Continues Spirit of Giving Through Endowed Scholarship
Class of 1961
Janice Tabone Balzic Madeleine Benoit Beck Carol Ann Chaffee Bright Judith Chiari Caudill Julie A. Cleare + Julie Broderick Green Daryl Zwigart Kezell Mary Lou Hamill Kilian Bernice Ferrante Lewis Anne Ende McGervey Beverly McDade Mulholland Mary Ann Joyce Oesterle Andrea M. Pascale Mary Ann Farrell Price Julianne E. Carr Ryan Anita DiBagno Smolenski Theresa Wathne Stanley-Simaner Mary LaFata Stroffolino Patricia Holzshu Trichtinger
Class of 1962
Phyllis Sheehan Bambeck Patricia Cabrey Sara Gill Cutting Gemma R. Del Duca, SC Elizabeth Reilly Flanigan Margaret Rooney Goldstein Kathleen O’Neil Isleib Ruth Dowling Kelly Jacqueline McArdle Lee Carolyn Allgeier Melby Linda Foschia Parise Helen Gannon Pflaum Jacqueline Bifano Scholar Jeanne N. Spencer + Marianne Drott Squyres Doreen Rose Stempien Linda Markle Suereth Elaine M. Voytek
Class of 1963
Charlotte A. Burlas Eleanor Coyne Helene Horovitz Dal Canton + Judith Fitzpatrick Davis Sara Jane McNally Eusebi Louise Amatangelo Freund Mary Jo George Jackie Coy Givins Mary Louise Mahon Guyet
Class of 1964 members pose for a photo during 2019 Alumni weekend: Row 1: Sally Conroy Fullman, Robin Heffernan Beck, Nadia Few and her mother, Rosa, Roberta Fitzgerald Grant and Paula Kiles Newman; Row 2: Mary Liz Allen Richardson, Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins, Therese Burson, Patricia Barey, and Arlene Carapellucci Carmichael; Row 3: Gail Vermilyea Quigley, Louise Calvario Brown and Laurene DiGennaro Kristof. In honor of their 50th Class Reunion in 2014, the Class of 1964 established a Scholarship renewable for four years for one Seton Hill University student. That student, Nadia Few, a psychology major, was able to meet members of the class for the first time in August 2018 as they gathered for the Centennial Scholarship Luncheon. The class members “adopted” Nadia as an honorary member of the Class of 1964, and invited her and her mother to take part in their class meeting during their 55th Class Reunion in June. They even invited them to take part in their class photo. Few, who graduated in May, is now working in the counseling field. As a result of Few’s success, the Class of 1964 decided to expand their scholarship giving. They have established an endowed fund – through collective giving and multi-year pledges – to “perpetuate the giving and caring spirit of Elizabeth Ann Seton and the Sisters of Charity as exemplified in the members of the Class of 1964.” The scholarship will support Seton Hill students who are interested in pursuing careers that will provide assistance to people in need, such as special education, mental health services, or public health. Class of 1964
Elizabeth McDonough Baker Patricia L. Barey Robin Heffernan Beck Louise Calvario Brown Therese Burson Virginia D’Emidio Cannon Arlene Carapellucci Carmichael Rose Baran Colletti
Ann Koziar Laurene DiGennaro Kristof Maureen McCarthy Lamberti Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus Barbara Edwards MacKenzie Jean Keally Mayes Barbara Miller, SC Marie Corona Miller, SC Diana Murphy-Greiner
Class of 1965
Anne Murray Belz Elise Perisino Bizup Rita Wathne Carr Jeanne Schneider Cerce Maryann Bandieramonte Clarke Judith Abell Crowninshield Florence Dillon Mary Ann Gabig Eubanks
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Ellen Phillips Fletcher Suzanne Curran Gaertner Nancy Flowers Geist Patricia Ray Grass Victoria Marie Gribschaw, SC Sally Hamilton Hurrianko Rosemarie Palko Kovarcik Linda New Levine Kathleen Morsey Looney Ruth Conley McDonald Mary B. McKinley Mary Ann Mogus Monica Magda Null Mary Diederich Ott Mary Ralston Slavonia Anna Marie Tempero Joan Mihalcik Toohey Sheila Lonergan Ward Geraldine Nasiatka Welch Louise Parrish Wells Eleanor Berg Wisniewski
Class of 1966
Deborah Streza Bray Elaine Jackson Colao Carolyn Zappone D’Astolfo Martha Tecca DelPizzo Rita Taylor Fitzpatrick Anne Cronin Fornal Irene Graboski Galloway Mary Margaret Flatley Green Barbara Dorsner Hazelton Mary Jo Ward Hottenstein Nancy Ritz Hudson Mary Ann Conway Itts Susan Jenny, SC Janet Porvaznik Lomicka Mary Pat Reidy Mayer Catherine F. Mickolay LuAnn A. Mostello Nancy Donoughe Mueller Cathy McGlinchey Neal Gloria Prevenslik Ellen McGuire Smith Saundra L. Smith Dorcas Shick Tyson
Class of 1967
Annette Buchwalder Arnold Joan Bonanno Ballash Ruth Jacqueline Blender Jeanne-Marie Arricale Bua + Mary Ann G. Corr, SC Susan Boyle Fisher Patricia Wesner Gill M. Victoria Klopsch Greene Marjorie C. Gross Marie Cillaroto Grubin Julia Collins Guarnieri Lee Hansen Harrison Patricia Hogan Phylis Pietrusza Levino Vivien Linkhauer, SC Karen Puskar Lippany Mary Norbert Long, SC Phyllis Marusa McEuen Ann Mikulski Moore Margaret Schroeder Murphy Margaret S. Nock Irene O’Brien Nunn Maureen O’Brien, SC Karen Kucinski Palochik Nancy Frank Perunko
Barbara Middendorf Prince Joyce Serratore, SC Edith Strong, SC Gerry Wood Sullivan Suzan Vandertie Margaret Markunas Weaver Patricia Lamb Whipkey Mary Ann Winters, SC
Class of 1968
Susan Aljoe Rosina DiAbundo Anthony Genevieve Becker Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo Mary Ann Fisher Buck Jean Kessel Chapas Ann Nokes Crane Patricia Trongo Dangelo Darlene Ferrante Doris S. Fiorentino Lois Hutchin Fornes Joan Malek Gmiter Danielle R. Goyette Mary Elizabeth Salopek Greenwood Carol Guglielm Diana Gullette-Lloyd Dorothy McKool Hazen Patricia Breene Hipkins Karen Alsbaugh Hoffman Theresa Helinsky Jaworski Barbara DeCroce Kiryluk Donna Montuori Ferry Koenig Andrea S. Miller + Jean Rybak Nutter M. Diane Adley O’Malley Joy Cocchiola Pankin Gloria Fiorelli Pollock Joanne Dobson Pontani Judith A. Slack Joan Winters Spatti Maureen Malley Squires Patricia Hayes Stack Mary Ann Piskor Sullenberger Diane Planisek Summey Antoinette Barila Thompson Theresa Klosowski Tobin Ann Trexler Judy Wagner Velky Mary Jo Repasky Wright Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko
Class of 1969
Margaret Allen-Malley Jane Ward Austin Carole A. Barrett Katherine Donahue Bell Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue Sandra Burin Bobick Sarah Smith Borie Mary Susan Bradley Susan Baca Crowe Susan Mary Cummings Linda J. Delia Melanie DiPietro, SC Dorothy Schmadel Egbert Linda Burke Falcone Patricia Perreault Faugno Margaret Marcinizyn Fischbeck Bernadette Fondy Rosemary Warga Franca Patricia A. Gentzel Patricia Boyd Giuli Margaret Adams Greenly
Jane Fedele Hayes Patricia Herlihy Holliday Marissa Rivera Huttinger Maxine Marcinko Jamieson Donna Doyle Keane Marilyn Maloy Kline Regina Kennison Kraus Kathleen Flanigan Lindeman Lenore Parrott Luckey Bonnie Claar Madre Mary Jane Reid Maidment Christine Weniger McDermott Kate Moloney Ruth Morris Gail Clougherty Moses Kathleen J. Motil Mary Jo Mutschler, SC Marianne Gilboy Nehr Janice Flood Nichols Margaret Bergin O’Connor Marjorie DiRisio Orlando Mary Lou Palas, SC Anne Marie Palumbo Beatrice Ann Parenti, SC Joan L. Pesata Mary Jane Kirschner Peterson Nancy Grieco Pfeiffer Barbara Kutch Pryle Virginia Oliwa Ramsey Patricia Carney Reilly Michele Moore Ridge Lorraine C. Rup Donna Schafer Patricia Barasha Slack Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon Dorothy Donauer Sweeney Sandra Yowik Thomasson Joyce Petrosky Trew Helena Tucci + Susan A. Turner Barbara Relich Uhrin Mary Jane Eisenbart Vignovic Joan Morris Voss Carolyn Ehrensberger Wissenbach Patricia Cosgrove Young
Class of 1970
Penny Heller Barg Pamela M. Basista Sara Beatrice Kathy Haughey Boss Jane Halligan Claesgens Kathleen Kowalewski Clark Janet M. Corpora Nellie A. Costabile Lorraine Bartolozzi DeAngelo Carla Harrison Duls Janet Gaffney Dunstan Cora Mickler Dusk Suzanne Fletcher Gauthier Mary Beth Gray Gigler Josephine Hamrock Hamer Inez Avalos Heath Mary Sue Hyatt Suzanne Strapac Jackson Linda Stark Jensen Carol McLaughlin Kenney Patricia Mooney Loucks Angela K. Lutze Laura L. McLean M. Jane McMahon Jovita Baratta Minnich Karen O’Meara O’Connell
Julie Karnes Quigley Kathleen Dziuban Scott Katherine Klopsch Siler Rosemary Blum Smith Ann Combs Stainton Susan Meister Star Donna Macha Taylor Jaclyn Murton Walters Carol Corsetti Zeitler
Class of 1971
Mary Kay Deane Anderson Maryan Kurp Baughman Joanne Caterino Beckjord Eileen M. Brophy Elizabeth Buse Charlotte Rundel Cronauer Helen Kuhn Gavigan Brenda Williams Grubisic Grace Hartzog, SC Wilda K. Kaylor Margaret Zimmerlin Lope Mary Kennedy Brittain Mahoney Janet Nipaver Martha Catherine Meinert, SC Kathryn Mihalcik Moore Margaret Grieder Mulcahy Margaret M. Munley Joan Facchine Myers Earlene Wright O’Hare Marylu Hourigan Perchak Suzanne M. Plesha Bernadette Kovach Ponko Stephanie J. Powers Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle Gloria Dauchess Ruchanan Eileen Cline Ryan Susan B. Scheuring Linda W. Schweitzer Linda Schrock Smith Veronica M. Szalajko Kathryn Brennan Tarantino Kathleen Weidner Mary Just Zappone
Class of 1972
Anne T. Brower Elly Sparks Brown Catherine Gornik Dolfi Marian Shaheen Eskay Charlotte Brady Ferrarie Deborah Clarchick Finnegan Jane Gilchrist Rebecca Graham Mary Ann Perlick Humphery Susan E. Hutchins Rosemary Kintz Jennings Marlyn McAtee Johnson Mary Neal Masters Colleen Brown Matsik M. Ellen Steward Pentz Anita Bridge Pohland RuthAnn Fischer Ranker Elizabeth Scott Raveche Stephanie J. Roelker Catherine Lee Rosenblum Ellen Uschak Schimpf Barbara Ann Smelko, SC Suzanne Quinlan Stone Patricia Walker Thornton Candice McMullen Whitsel Mary Lou Yurick Mary Anne O’Connor Zeller
Class of 1973
Jeanne Gruber Bratsafolis Jane Ann Cherubin
Kathleen Bolgar Fenelon Linda Fiorelli Jacqueline Kendrick Gravell
The Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Endowed Scholarship in Memory of Sr. M. Deborah Kelly, SC
Lorraine DrnevichTuricik Nancy Zilner Weir
Class of 1976
Marcia Marciniak Auth Cynthia Wills Black Kim S. Budnick Marian Gasbarro Cadwallader Paula A. Carpentieri Eileen Elchin Ciccotelli Mary Dawn Adair Dumm Elizabeth Kramer Lyng Carol C. Mahoney Maureen Speicher Marshall Marti Blackson Meerscheidt Barbara H. Nakles Andrea Chontos Peters Irene Hoferka Roskovensky Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo Linda Whitehead Somerville Rosemary Cala Tobelmann Maria Tucci Donna Germano Uhrinek Donna C. Winters
Class of 1977 Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 helped to innovate business systems across multiple industries and was a leader in big data management for more than 35 years. Her experiences – both as a Seton Hill student and as a business leader – led her to establish The Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Endowed Scholarship in Memory of Sr. M. Deborah Kelly, SC ’42. Sr. M. Deborah Kelly was a noted math professor, math department chair and Registrar at Seton Hill, who profoundly influenced Quigley. In her honor, Quigley established a scholarship to benefit Seton Hill students in the Schools of Business and Natural and Health Sciences with a preference given to those studying Data Analytics.
Johnette Zappone DeRose Carmine Coco De Young Christine A. Dziedzina Patricia Fegley Edmiston Jonnie Guerra Christine Frederick Janove Ellen Katter Alice Kaylor Karen Kurek Lynch Kathleen Lenzi Mascelli Jacqueline Driscoll McNamara Deborah Palanko Mikita Linda M. Misterkiewicz Patricia Fajerski O’Hanlon Susan Pipak Owens Cathy Plesha Mary Ann Noroski Scully Anna Ludrofsky Williams
Class of 1974
Kathleen Appugliese Deborah Wittmann Brownley Patricia Rascher Catacalos Vanessa Ruffin Colbert Rosemary L. Corsetti Marsha Mabon Critchfield Marcia Taylor Dent Elizabeth DiCamillo + Deceased
Linda Liedke Griffiths Katherine O. Haile Pamela Jewett Isley Geraldine McKenna Jacoby Janet Bender Jacoby Lisa Cooper Jensen Mary Kathryn Norton Ridenour Lois Skelly Robinson Cleta Horn Schmitt Deborah Englert Tripod Jackie Jackman Werth Barbara Haeflein Wood
Class of 1975
Denise C. Bobincheck Bibiana Boerio Anne Florence Bryant Virginia Clark Karen Morgante Cole Susan Bozzo Curfman Charlotte Westhoven Deer Debra A. Donley Linda Martin Dudzinsky Catherine Noroski Giunta Karen Fisher O’Connor Lorraine Sciacca-Finch Linda Gioia Simon
Mary Jo Ruefle Brecht Justine A. Cakanac Carol Akerman Cortese Ellen Federici Fowler Cynthia Olenick Franzi Nancy Repasky Gorinski Kristen Fisher Hauger Kathleen A. Huth Carol Kurpiewski Mintus Cheryl A. Napsha Lillie Pang Mary Ciarrocca Pendleton Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich Madelyn Smoody Setterberg Elizabeth Duval Spotts Margretta Stokes Tucker Susan Marie Yochum, SC Rosemarie Evankovich Zaydak
Class of 1978
Barbara Gaynord Aho Jane Ann Bielecki Susan Brabant-Baxter LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher Linda Earnest Joanne D’Itri Fantone Lynda J. Guzik Mary Kay Prokopik Guzik Deborah Torock Holnaider Judith Hines Homison Mary C. Juhas Cynthia Magistro Lucinda Gray Painter Julie Reese-DuVall Walter J. Sheffler Patricia Smiy
Class of 1979
Anonymous D. Renee Bork Celeste Bowler Kathryn Loughran Cala Barbara Carusillo Christine Delegram Farrell Elizabeth Spina Grinnell Felicia Janssen Hines
Laurel Prosperi Hogan Jean M. Hufnagel Elizabeth M. Juhas Christine Braunegg Kennedy Deborah Molini Kraus Maryann Stefanacci Lazzaro Jeanne T. Monoski Debra Barra Morley Colleen Claybaugh Murray Alice Rodgers Murtha Christine M. Pallenik Chris Yurick Piper E. Sharon Smith Janice Malego Steinhagen Valerie Schmid Stokes Sarah Kocevar Strang Susan Collins Varga
Class of 1980
Rosemary Baldi Barton Charlene L. Burns Kathleen M. Campbell Valerie Harpel Carter Ann Deibert Caton Roxane Maciasz Connors Denise Cortis Marilyn L. Cutshall Margaret DiVirgilio Debra Niton Fulgenzio Adrienne D. Geiger Claire Heiser Lisa Steck Helsel Margaret Wood Hockenberry Vickie Valles Joseph Natalie Robertshaw Kelley Julie McGonnell Kimbrell Barbara Weisensee Leach Paulette Schutter Pipher Roxanne L. Rinier Kathleen Smith-Delach
Class of 1981
Laurie Ann Carroll Mary Jane Gross Clark Julia Senko Dodds Maureen Owens Dodson Sherrie Adkins Durham Diane Sandzimier Figg Lorraine Delose Ghion Kathryn Kochanowski Hemlick Beth W. Higgins Deborah Yackovich Johnston Joan Lawrence Sally Aurelio Novak Marian Gross Piet Paula M. Piper Gemma A. Rasmus Mary Jo Robino Sebastiani Tracey Ondecko Sepesy Patricia Mueller Speer Ann O’Connor Von Hagel
Class of 1982
Janine Colbert Bell Victoria Bleyer Kimberly Forys Conner Leslie Martinelli Cyr Sharlotte Kepple DeVere Karen Harouse-Bell Daune Cavalier Hickey Theresa M. Kashin Janice Rohal Kenney
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Michelene Weber Kossol Marianne Krostyne Cheryl Smith-Hull Bridget S. Widdowson
Class of 1983
Carmen Rivera Bauza Denise Troll Covey Carissa Ann Aloisi Gans Alice Hilliard Lieb Marta Maxwell Maher Sharon Donaldson Marks Antonia LaRosa Michel Jeanne Painter Powanda Carol Carpinelli Rencheck Lisa Germano Ricci Jacqueline Jablonsky Skiple Pamela Parrish Thomason Lou Ann Braden Zeigler
Class of 1984
Karen Barkac Suzanne M. Brannagan Mary Frances Cipriani DeRubeis Andree Voyten Kelly Barbara Blazek Lavelle Miriam Arroyo Murray Teresa Marie Neff Beverly S. Pultz Lisa A. Scales Nancy J. Sprock Michele Lepus Weis
Annette Cepullio Mastro Iva Munk Lynette A. Opel Joan C. Quinn Allegra Stasko Slick Carmela Tempero Kathi Trout Stephanie Riley Turin Mary Memmi Wallace
Class of 1989
Bonnie Morrah Frye Laura Kampo Lennon Lori Mozina-Ogurchak Lisa M. Tyson
Class of 1990
Maureen Delaney Brant Laurie H. Brelsford Kelly Baker-Chapla Hayden Carol A. Jacobelli
Class of 1991
Sharon A. Franco Martina Owens Mandella Barbara Martinelli Christine M. Mueseler Rosanne H. Sandolfini Diana H. Shutt Suzanne M. Skacel Carol A. Steinmetz
Class of 1992
Class of 1996
Stacy Bartlebaugh-Gmys Tammy MacDonald-Wilson Talib Nichiren Melissa Pasquinelli Jill Dunmire Siddq Heather A. Wade
Class of 1997
Regina Addison Norma Jean Agona Heather Hayes Lineburger Joyce Novotny-Prettiman
Class of 1998
Walter M. Grushesky Michel L. Maiers Kimberly Barkley Megonnell James P. Murray, III Carl Neighbors Debra Boring Woods Mary Yeager
Class of 1999
Renee Kubicki Anderegg Cynthia Arcuri Patricia Bradley Mary Ross Cox Sandra Dietrich Anne M. Urban
Class of 2000
Traci Ann Bechtold Cikins Dawn Bulas Davoli Janice Burkhardt Hylton-Tischler Joan Leonard Ohi Laura Phipps Jeanne C. Suehr
Sharla B. Gilson Gilson Ronald J. Gmys JoAnn T. Harr Jodee Harris Tracy Hauger Keys Michele Kania Mitchell Carla M. Palamone
Megan E. Ambrose Sheila M. Angel Jody Evans Dlugos Bethany A. Hughes Andrea Kopcak Patricia G. Manno Amy Opsitnick Freda Dings Snyder
Class of 1986
Class of 1993
Class of 2001
Class of 1985
Lisa Pietropaoli Bevington Traci Hake Carter Maria Frederick Farneth Janice Grottenthaler Kenneson Andrea Shedwick Maue Cheryl McClain Kerry McGarty Neville Virginia Koslosky Rowe Kelley Murray Skoloda Darla J. Thomas
Class of 1987
Andrea E. Bongivengo-Englehart Kimberly Nath Bringe Sonya Welesko Buerger Carla M. DellaPenna Laura Heming-Berry Barbara Travers Jentes Debora Momeyer Lisa Chilcoat Pate Kimberly Swanson Pellicer Nancy Rashlich Pollak Maura Barry Salins
Class of 1988
Juliann Pavlasky Brier Lisa Ciuca Carino Paula Smolar DeVos Kathleen A. Garde Paula Sielitzsky Goff Vicky M. Krug
Anne Coiner Christine Geary Ehman D. Jean Owens Kim A. Pennesi James P. Riggs
Class of 1994
Mary Tylka Coglio Tanya Sines Conway Jennifer Rodal Costa Patricia Lamb Valerie Timko Lambert Rachel Kautz Lambert Gertrude S. Myers Sara Miles Rutledge Laurimar Alvarez Sammons Barbara A. Tompko Michelle Samarin Unruh Kathleen Kladny Yanity Laura Pacolay Zervos
Class of 1995
Carol J. Billman Jill M. Croushore Irene J. Eyer Deborah Gutwald Hlavach Tanya J. Moximchalk Rebecca McClenahan Reifer Lula M. Sweeney Larry Taylor
Donna Hixson Annette Modar Holder Laurie K. Peddicord Allison Wyzkiewicz Sasso Violet Uram
Class of 2002
Stacy Jastrzembski Ankrum Demetra Chengelis Czegan Christin L. Hanigan Ruth Hughes Lora Kendi-Newcomer Aaron Loughner Dianna Thomas Marusko Maria C. Panian Amanda S. Powell Stacey Sanders Heidi Zakrzewski
Class of 2003
Krista Boyer Kristen A. Butela Robert W. Errett Melissa Miller Carolyn E. Woods
Class of 2004
Toni L. Brubaker Nafiysa Robinson Fassett Samantha Kormanik
Kristin Leonberg Jessica Picklo Susan Fligger Solo Virginia Stump Elaine White
Class of 2005
James R. Howell Danielle Moss Ryanne Forcht Palermo Lyndsey Malinish Queer Jessica Hamilton Snyder
Class of 2006
Terra Stumpf Bradley Carly Litvik Brambila Cynthia J. Ferrari Emily Graham-Ballew Lauren Wassil Harrall Richard Hoff Armand J. Leonelli Louise Jones Lydon Jamie Fogle McGee Justin D. Norris Christopher M. Parfitt Alanna Daniels Parsons Christy L. Pergar Kerstin Peters Denishia Salter Andrew R. Skvarca Joshua K. Sobota Stephen Zewe
Class of 2007
Melissa Whiteman Bachman John A. Bachman Kathy J. Baum Constance C. Beckel Carrie L. Caroselli Daryl P. Ferguson Michael Ferrari Chad M. Fitzgerald Brandon G. Flythe Stephen J. Gumpf Bryan M. Harmon Jamie Clark Harmon Whitney Nash Harness Jerry V. Harness, Jr. Ashley A. Hott Steven Long Nicole Cormier Musiak Matthew J. Musiak James H. Pirlo Joseph J. Sowinski Jane Strittmatter Jonathan Trenski Cory J. Weibel
Class of 2008
Nathan J. Augustine Andy J. Butler Amy E. Dugan Nicole Pergar Garrity Sean T. Garrity Mary Gornick Meredith E. Harber Andrew T. Kirsch Nicole A. Koci Matthew T. McCune Matthew S. Nelson Marchae S. Peters Joshua D. Pratt
Zach D. Talkovic Brandon M. Whitfield
Class of 2009
Erica Hainesworth Adams Jesse L. Bush Jason J. Crighton Daniel I. Day Danielle M. Day Matthew C. Deemer Andrew R. DeMase Derek R. Donaldson Albert C. Erni Ellen J. Fisher-Sobota Robert C. Garrity Marlene K. Grasha Nicole M. Gumpf Mark A. Hartz Tyler J. Jones Doug Krivda Michael P. McCarthy Steven E. Meredith Heather M. Patterson Andrew J. Poye Lorin E. Schumacher Siena K. Vanucci
Class of 2010
Erin Albert Joseph M. Catalano Linda J. DaBiero Andrew R. DiNardo Emily Heinicka Fagler StacyAnn Golden Joshua T. Guthrie Edmund A. Hall Kirstin M. Logan Erika N. McCarthy Christy McHugh Michael P. Powers Patrick J. Trettel Gregory D. Vanucci
Class of 2011
Daniel A. Astfalk David J. Cannon Ronald T. DiBiase Colleen D. Ereditario Patrick J. Kohl Vincent H. Maglione Jennifer Makowski David A. McCarthy Ronald E. Oswald Barbara Palangio Corey D. Queen Jacob M. Sasso Joshua A. Testa Jessica Thomas Joshua D. Voelker Brian Warheit E.J. Werner Douglas E. Wood
Class of 2012
Michael D. Belsito Kelsey Blahovec Alicia Campbell Nathan A. DeFilippi Zach Delo Alyssa Dreliszak Alexander R. Hetrick Mike LeViseur
Joshua M. Logan Anastasia Martin Jonathan W. Murphy Casey Shannon Lehelt Solomon Kelli Alfieri Stack Nick Sterner Kevin Welty Clinton White Amanda Willard Margaret Zelenak
Class of 2013
Samuel R. Bashioum Emily T. Belsito Clare D. Berenato Morgan P. Cain Alissa Carbaugh Robert D. Carbaugh Brad L. Comport Chris P. Ilse Natasha Nichols Maglione Alexi J. Swank
Class of 2014
Katherine M. Bloomgren Mallory E. Earle Brandon Jossey Sonya J. Laird Natalie Kolish Linden Patrick P. McCarthy Tyler A. Mohlhenrich Tiara K. Stossel Sara J. Tantlinger
Class of 2015
Haley W. Burns Josh D. Forbes Dylan Gelven Brooke N. Leechalk Angela M. McCarthy Renee Kania Miller Cameron M. Pampus Marc A. Piche Brett A. Sullivan
Class of 2016
Michael Bittel James M. Boswell Jesse Cooper Anthony J. Fanelli Zachary J. Heide Kevin Karran Nancy Ligus Rory J. McKinnon Michele Mellick Christopher T. Miller Thayne C. Mitrik Raven N. Murphy Breanna Kelly Salvio Nicolette Santercangelo Nicholas H. Sell Joseph P. Shaffer
Class of 2017
Aaron Anderson Daniel Baughman Jessica R. Buchman Michael-Patrick A. Buckley Tanner B. Druck
Jake Gribschaw Harrison Howes Zachary J. Martinelli Anthony Mastrangelo Allison Matta Donald E. McWreath Melanie Morgret Matthew Ober Tyler Sullivan Cagin Unal Zachary J. Voytek Garret B. Vrbanic Brandon Wright
Class of 2018
Courtney L. Alfery JoAnna C. Ayala Kristen M. Barczynski Patrick G. Boyer Elena M. Bravo Anthony Camasso Allison L. Carlson Marshall S. Case John H. Cole Tara B. Conley Brett D. Cuddy Perry M. DellaValle Nicole M. Dickson Cecelia V. Ducar Haley E. Feltes Deanna M. Hammitt Samantha M. Harris Britney A. Klingensmith Angela M. Krak Michaela J. LeDonne Luke Lewis Louie G. Maser Thomas P. McCarthy Stephany M. McNamara Kelcey J. Miller Evan T. Myers Nick P. Neferis Eden Olson Jarrett M. Peters Alexis C. Petrarca Keagan E. Pontious Matthew C. Repnik Amber N. Riggin Brendan R. Sante James G. Scharer Daniele F. Smail Tiffany Small Amanda F. Smith-Chonko Sean E. Stanners Grace C. Strauser Jacob Temple Megan E. Vichich Samuel E. Vilk Ryan J. Wardropper Colin Watson Megan F. Weinreber Matthew S. Williams Daniel R. Wukich Kayla R. Zanotti
Class of 2019
Kathleen R. Adler Megan A. Allison Rachel C. Allison Taylor A. Altman
Nicole E. Appley Mina Azer Michael D. Barnes Megan A. Beckage Nicholas P. Behm Madeleine M. Beltzer Nicole L. Berardinelli Joshua J. Biller Leah M. Bisignani Cora A. Blodgett Emily S. Bonar Brenda F. Bongetta Cory L. Bowen Hanna L. Brandebura Hayley A. Brekosky Ardell Brown Hanna J. Brucker Michael J. Bryja Adam D. Burke Joanna E. Burksaze Michael A. Butcher Patrick L. Butler Maria L. Campbell Haley E. Carnahan Megan N. Carnahan Nicole Castelli Xiaoping Chen Andrew Chuba Amanda Clark Victorious Collymore-Bey Dana Cononico Jeremiah D. Cook Dakota W. Cowder Amanda C. Cox Brett H. Craig Katelyn T. Cressman Kaitlyn E. Culpepper Rachel Curfman Emily R. Cygrymus Madeline R. Daugherty John C. Davidson Kaitlyn N. Davis Paulo de Souza Collin J. Dees Ericka J. DeHaven Ian W. Denham Jawuan Dennison Luis A. Depradine Tori L. Derito Nikko A. Derocco Andrew DeSana Joe-la D. DeWitt Timothy F. Deyell Amanda R. Diak Derek Diangelis Rachael Ditzler Lauren J. Dolney Ryan A. Doyle Brianna V. Duda Jeremy Dunn Steele Eckenrode Kaitlyn A. Ellsworth Vanessa Essler Sierra M. Evans Matthew S. Faith Mark A. Ferlin Charlee A. Ferrenberg Adam J. Festor Nadia Few Aileen Fiallo
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS George Fields Nathan L. Figart Leah M. Figurski Courtney R. Filmore Alyssa M. Finelli Ian Fleming Brynn A. Fleury Scott P. Fox Victoria A. Fox Aubrey L. Fraser Monica A. Gallen Johnathan M. Gamon Aleksandr V. Gavrilov Derek W. Gengler Kaitlyn Germanoski Marcy Geyer Abigail L. Gillis Alexandra Gipson Melanie M. Girovsky Justin T. Goodrich Tamar Gould Jason R. Grant Ryan A. Grieco Haley L. Grimm Jonteal L. Hasty Karen Hawkins-Smoot Cory J. Headland Sarah M. Hefferin Louis M. Henman-Mason Rebecca S. Herrle Jake T. Higgins Claire M. Hlad John S. Hofseth Kyra M. Hollar Shannon T. Horan Marlee A. Hune John J. Hunter Adella Jackson Hailey E. Jacobs Emilee J. Janocko Aniah N. John Amy Jo D. Johnson Andrea J. Johnson Anthony Johnson William B. Johnson Lauren M. Kaputa Jakob Z. Karanovich Christian V. Katic Elizabeth M. Kealey Cody Kelly Laura E. Kerestes Miranda K. Keyser Mackenzie A. Kilduff Carl King Kristen E. Klementowski Jamie L. Knopsnyder Connor A. Kok Tyler A. Kolar Alan J. Kolbosky Catherine M. Kostick Lauren K. Kowalczewski Margaret M. Kropf Brooke A. Kulasa Laura K. Kupets Briana J. Kupic Nathaniel D. Laroue Christopher M. Law Brandon J. Lawrence Barbara H. Lawson Trevor A. Lecuona
Joseph C. Lewandowski Klarisa K. Loft Emily N. LoPresti Eric J. Loucks Alan J. Lowmaster Drew J. Lucas Emily M. Lucas Lauren J. Luciano Molly K. Lukacs Agnes D. Mahwera. SC Colleen Malley Charlotte M. Mango Emilee K. Marchesini Laura K. Marciella Alexis K. Martin Elliot Martinez Natasha M. Matthews Corey W. May Sarah M. McGowan Bailey D. McIntyre Liam R. McNicholas Kate Meyers Olivia Micheli Thomas J. Mikan Samantha T. Miller Jessica L. Minneci Collin P. Mitchell Hannah K. Moeller Sarah Molitoris Sydney R. Molter Emily A. Montefour Devon W. Moore Lauren A. Moore Katherine M. Moutis Richard A. Mrenko Stephen J. Mueseler Sebastian J. Murabito Julia L. Natalia Samantha K. Neff Virginia A. Nelson Patrick T. O’Connor Alexander M. Olzinski Marcus T. Owens Ileana Panebianco Paige D. Parise Chaitali Patel Digna Patel Parth A. Patel Barbara A. Patula Linsie L. Perelstine Gilbert Perez Mallory A. Perfetti Jeremy A. Perkins Nicholas A. Perry Keyshawn B. Petit-Frere Leighann M. Pettis Kristin Piciacchia Kelsey N. Plecenik Ty’Iesha Plowden Jasmine A. Porter William J. Pospisil Hannah Powell Milenko Predic Chad V. Pritt Taylor M. Puc William B. Rabuck Brittney Racioppo Gabrielle Ravotto Serra Reagan Jessica L. Regula
Abigail E. Reichert Melanie Renda Abigail Ressler Christian Reynes Elizabeth A. Rhodes Emily T. Ritchey Jennifer Ross DaLon A. Ryles Juanita Sanders Taylor L. Sari Rachel R. Satira Gina B. Scarsellato Hannah L. Schneider Darcie L. Schrecongost Haylee E. Schreiter Benjamin M. Schutrum Demi M. Schwartz Randi Selbekk Vincent J. Semenko Lauren J. Serafine Olivia H. Shade Erica Shaffer Shahzib Shahbaz Rasheedah Shahid-Tezak Lauren I. Shawgo Nicholas J. Shawley Bailey R. Sherman Alyxandra N. Shoben Cole R. Shuker Mariah J. Shultz Taryn J. Six Eric Skowronski Nadia C. Sloss Jacin Smith Katelyn A. Smith Key C. Smith Megan E. Smoulder Bianca L. Socci Harleigh N. Solvesky Sierra O. Somerville Francis M. Soto Alexander B. Soutiere Katie L. Spinneweber Eric J. Sprys Marissa N. Stacy Daniel W. Stariha Alexandra B. Stevenson Matthew Stewart Paul I. Sturm Courtney L. Stynchula Shreya Sudadi Jerrod M. Sunderland Logan W. Swan Lauren R. Swaney Noah E. Telford Arun M. Thalody Shania M. Thieler Jahquan D. Thompson Heather L. Togbetse Lauren A. Tronolone Lona K. Tu Jasmine A. Turbe Clifton A. Turner, Jr. Jessica M. Tuskan Jessica M. Uhring Taylor R. Vagnoni Kaitlyn Varian Barbara L. Vaughan Brittany I. Veach Anuj Vij
Simone M. Vivio David P. VonSchlichten Ameriah L. Walters Emily P. Wardropper Katelyn M. Waterhouse Paige A. Weaver William F. Weber Ralph L. Weld Sarah Jo Wells Kaitlyn E. Wessel Maryanne E. White Ivan V. Willets Banks E. Wilson Jade E. Wilson Madison E. Wilson Michael J. Wise Alex J. Wollenberg Noah J. Young Craig Zuccolotto Hannah M. Zunic
GRADUATE ALUMNI Master’s Program in Education Janine Colbert Bell ’11 Brad L. Comport ’15 Daniel I. Day ’11 Thomas A. DeAngelis ’14 James M. DeLuca ’07 Sandra Dietrich ’04 Deborah Donahue ’07 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’10 Brooke N. Leechalk ’16 Steven Long ’10 Michael P. McCarthy ’12 Ashleigh M. Peck ’18 Kim A. Pennesi ’02 Allison Wyzkiewicz Sasso ’09 Katherine Lambert Saul ’10 Kris M. Smith ’12 Todd Welsh ’06 Brandon M. Whitfield ’10
Master’s Program in Business Administration
Bonnie E. Barnhart ’07 Michael D. Belsito ’13 Jeffrey Bogdan ’00 James Boswell ’19 Krista Boyer ’07 Vivian Boyer ’00 Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Michael-Patrick A. Buckley ’18 Andy J. Butler ’12 Mary K. Calligan ’18 Anthony Camasso ’19 David J. Cannon ’14 Ann M. Crosby ’11 Andrew R. DeMase ’11 Robert W. Errett ’12 Emily Heinicka Fagler ’12 Anthony J. Fanelli ’18 Michael Ferrari ’09 Matthew J. Galando ’04 Jerry V. Harness, Jr. 09
Mark A. Hartz ’11 Jake T. Higgins ’19 Donna Hixson ’04 Annette Modar Holder ’11 Deborah T. Holnaider ’08 Chris P. Ilse ’15 Brandon Jossey ’16 Linda J. Kosko ’14 Patrick P. McCarthy ’17 Daniel W. McCarty ’03 Andrew McNab ’15 Renee Kania Miller ’16 Chris Mintus ’02 Margaret Grieder Mulcahy ’10 Jackie D. Myers ’09 Lynette A. Opel ’00 Ronald E. Oswald ’12 Patrick R. Owens ’15 Christy L. Pergar ’08 Jessica Picklo ’08 Andrew J. Poye ’10 Corey D. Queen ’13 Garrett Richards ’05 Roberto B. Saenz ’07 Molly Robb Shimko Johanna L. Sigurdsson ’18 Michael Soria ’15 Michael Stevens ’15 Virginia McCraken Stump ’08 Lula M. Sweeney ’00 Zachary J. Voytek ’18 Garret B. Vrbanic ’18 Angela Walter ’10 Colin Watson ’19 Cory J. Weibel ’09 Carolyn E. Woods ’05
Master’s Program in Art Therapy with Counseling Danielle Moss ’09
Master’s Program in Writing Popular Fiction
Gina N. Anderson ’15 Amber M. Bliss ’16 Mary E. Boland-Doyle ’17 Sally Bosco ’11 Diana D. Botsford ’06 Jennifer Brooks ’06 Marge Burke ’01 Valerie M. Burns ’15 Amy Culey ’15 Michael P. Dell ’14 Carmine Coco De Young ’01 Genevieve I. Eldredge ’11 Cynthia T. Ferguson ’14 Judi Fleming ’05 Sheri Flemming ’15 John J. Fortunato ’14 Johanna Gribble ’07 William Horner ’06 Lee A. Howard ’06 William J. Huff ’16 Susan M. Jessen ’18 Katherine E. Kenyhercz ’13 Priscilla A. Kissinger ’13 Anna La Voie ’15 + Deceased
Samantha Lienhard ’16 Patricia A. Lillie ’15 Lisa Longo ’18 Mary Mascari ’16 Rhonda Mason ’06 Derek E. McElfresh ’18 Carrie A. Miller ’12 Mary Ann Mogus ’01 Todd Moody ’15 Michael Mullig ’06 Donna Munro ’04 Catherine Oswald ’15 Kelly Parlin ’17 Deborah Ranish ’13 Symantha A. Reagor ’13 Michael J. Roby ’18 Kristin Rose ’17 William Savage ’15 Christina Sayre ’17 Deanna Sjolander ’04 Lynn D. Slaughter ’16 Maria V. Snyder ’07 Ellen Spain ’08 Penelope J. Thomas ’15 Pamela Parrish Thomason ’01 Victoria E. Thompson ’12 David P. VonSchlichten ’19 Miles G. Watson ’12 Cheryl C. Woods ’04 Alicia L. Wright ’17 Adrienne Yochum ’08 Jennifer Della Zanna ’13
Master’s Program in Marriage & Family Therapy Andrea M. Ansell ’09 Morgan P. Cain ’16 Samantha Kormanik ’06
Master’s Program in Physician Assistant
Alicia Campbell ’12 Rebecca Sally DeMase ’11 Leah M. Figurski ’19 Dana Funari ’09 Kristin A. Juhasz ’12 John P. Shafik ’12
Master’s of Science in Orthodontics
Matthew J. Morrone ’18
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Pastoral Ministry Certificate Eugene Forish ’09 Mary Lou Palas, SC ’07 Gibert Perez ’19 Alice A. Yezbak ’13
Genre Writing Certificate Jessica L. Minneci ’14
Genocide and Holocaust Studies Certificate Jennifer L. Sproull ’14
IN MEMORY Seton Hill thanks the alumni and friends who made the following memorial gifts between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019. Jerry Harold Adkins Sherrie Adkins Durham ’81 Mary Kay Akerman ’82 Carol Akerman Cortese ’77 Eugene Alexander Candice McMullen Whitsel ’72 Nancy Amorose A&S Carpet Collection Advanced Medical Equipment, LLC Michelle and Tim Aarons Raymond and Julie Alakson Melissa and Timothy Alsing Mark and Pam Alvey Stacie L. Amorose Vincent and Barbara Amorose Joseph P. Bellack Carol J. Billman ’95 and Fred R. Billman Rachel J. Blais, SC Jamie and Michael Bostard Terri L. Bostard Timothy and Melissa Bostard Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Charles and Rosemarie Catullo Scott and Darlene Cearns Paul and Sarah Corridoni Judith W. Cromer John A. Cuccaro and Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro Robert and Amy DeMichiei Carmen and Cheryl Dott Tracy B. Elliott Wiliam S. Ferraro Mary C. Finger and David Paris FirstEnergy Corp. Carole T. Fisher Russell and Heather Fry Mira and Brad Funari Michael and Michelle Giarrusso William and Sarah Graham Ruth Grant ’53 Louise Grundish, SC Clement A. Guarlotti Colette Hanlon, SC ’63 Grace Hartzog, SC ’71 Julie Heckman Scott and Kathleen Hoener Annette Modar Holder ’01 and Daniel Holder Rebecca J. Hoyle David and Beth Houpt Judith E. Jadot Richard and Ann Kalik Dean and Ellen Kelley David and Mary Kettering Donald and Patricia Kettering Jennifer Kettering Damian and Angela Knauff
Carl and Nancy Laughery Joseph Leonello, Jr. Vivien Linkhauer, SC ’67 Lynne Wukich Lippincott ’85 and Laurence W. Lippincott David and Christine Lomicka Tracey L. Lusk Nedra R. Macioce Glenn and Julie Mannion William and Belva Marco Barbara Kerestes Martin ’80 Traci Matejevich Patrick J. McGivern Gary and Robin McGrath Charles and Vera McLeod Marvin and Kathleen Mensch Ted and Janet Merlino John and Phyllis Mrosco Christine M. Mueseler Mary Jo Mutschler, SC ’69 Ryan and Renee Negri Colleen Noonan Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Michael and Evelyn Palumbo Donna M. Pembrooke James and Christina Poe Jennifer Reeger Oscar and Patricia Reyna Rohrich Cadillac Mark and Karen Rose-Roper Breanna Kelly Salvio ’16 Kenneth and Geraldine Seibert Eric and Amy Seigh Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Daniel and Barbara Shipman Johanna L. Sigurdsson Laura W. Sigurdsson Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Steven and Linda Skarupa Rebecca C. Snyder Keli and Erik Spiegel Thomas and Mary Stinelli Richard and Shawn Straub Joseph and Vallie Strednak Gary and Laura Uncapher Richard and Lori Vickroy Anita and Andre Walters Michael and Mary Washowich Patricia M. Weinert Sally S. Wellman Carol L. Wentzel Karen F. White Tracey Wilkinson Darcia Williamson Nancy Woodward Alexis Wukich Dane Wukich Daniel and Tammy Wukich Richard M. Wukich Paul and Mary Wynkoop Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Michael Answine Emmanuel J. Answine Diane Bacorn Bradlee Allen Anna Jean Mullen Balak ’47 David Balak
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS
Wukich Family Honors Nancy Amorose with Memorial Scholarship Nancy Amorose was a spirited woman who was so effortlessly herself. Amorose, who died in 2018 after a battle with lung cancer, was instrumental in the operations and growth of the Quest Healthcare family of companies, founded by Seton Hill Trustee Daniel J. Wukich.
Joseph P. Bronder Christine A. Dziedzina ’73 Mary Daly Brower ’40 Anne T. Brower ’72 Bernadette Brown Talib Nichiren ’96 Frances Bucciarelli ’70 Rev. Diane W. Wiley
She was also a driving force behind Wukich Racing – Dan Wukich’s Thoroughbred horse racing operation.
Mary Heagarty Burgan ’58 William M. Burgan
In her memory, the Wukich family, led by Daniel P. Wukich, created The Nancy Amorose Memorial Endowed Scholarship to support students studying Nursing at Seton Hill at the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing.
Pat Sweeney Burke ’55 Harold B. Burke Ann Killoran Millar ’55
The Wukich family – Daniel P. Wukich, Tammy Wukich and their son, Seton Hill alumnus Daniel R. Wukich, along with Daniel J. Wukich and President Mary C. Finger gathered at the annual Scholarship Luncheon in September.
Avery Burkhart Alexi J. Swank ’13 Margaret A. Burns, SC ’76 Charlene L. Burns ’80 Kathleen A. Garde ’88 Rosanne H. Sandolfini ’91 Ann O’Connor Von Hagel ’81 Gloria J. Buydoso ’69 Linda J. Delia ’69 Margaret Croker Byrnes ’89 Deborah File Frieda Caldwell Ellen Federici Fowler ’77 Mary Lou Campana ’63 Trixie Puff Foundation
Paul A. Barry Maura Barry Salins ’87
Anne Sloan Borland ’49 Wolf-Kuhn Foundation M. Rosaire Wilker, SC ’58
Michael Arnzen Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat ’59 Jennifer Rodal Costa ’94 Christine L. Cusick Paula Smolar DeVos ’88 Debra Faszer-McMahon Diane Sandzimier Figg ’81 Mary C. Finger and David Paris Sharon A. Franco ’91 Marjorie C. Gross ’67 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 H. Phipps Hoffstot, III Alice Kaylor ’73 Maureen McCarthy Lamberti ’64 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Mary Lou McLaughlin Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Laura S. Patterson Jennifer Reeger Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Anne E. Sullivan Jessica Thomas ’11 and Amanda Willard ’12
Jeanne O’Connor Bowman ’50 Helen F. O’Connor ’49
Eileen Hanley Breen ’45 James Stauss
JoAnne Woodyard Boyle ’57 Annette Buchwalder Arnold ’67
Natalie Vincent Brochetti Charles L. Brochetti
Mary Jones Bergin ’35 Margaret Bergin O’Connor ’69 Christine A. Slewinski Blackall ’91 Martina Owens Mandella ’91 Betty Boyle Blackson ’40 Marti Blackson Meerscheidt ’76 Catherine Jordan Blair ’42 Kevin L. Blair Rose Irene Boggs, SC ’25 Phylis Pietrusza Levino ’67 Ellen S. Bolosky Patricia Bolosky DeRosa ’60
Dale E. and Pearl Chew Carroll Laurie Ann Carroll ’81
Steven and Mary Lynn Dewick Debra A. Donley ’75 Michele A. Fiorillo James and Karen Greb Mary Ann Haney Rosanna and Paul D. Henry Holy Family Institute Robert and Selina Johnson Cameron Levkoff Molinaro Thomas and Grace Murphy Victoria C. Palm Michael and Kathleen Pennesi Carl Price Dorothy Price Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Queenan, Jr. Robert and Annette Ramsey Mark and Carole Shepard Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Clyde Smith Christopher and Nancy Spang Sheree Toth Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 and John Weir Lawrence H. White Eveline L. York Joan and Gilbert Zilner Mildred T. Corvi, SC ’42 Delores Musarra Plunkett ’54 Michael and Anna Costabile Nellie A. Costabile ’70 B. Patrick Costello Charles M. Seamens Mary Cottingham Sara Radford Shea ’56 Marybeth Cramer, SC ’65 Jeanne-Marie Arricale Bua ’67+ and Frank Bua
Jane O. Clark ’55 Edward and Rachael Ignatoff Aaron Marshall Christian C. Mester Robin A. Rodgers Donald and Paula Snodderly
Florence Costabile Cronin ’40 Anne Cronin Fornal ’66
Victor Colao Elaine Jackson Colao ’66
Mary Garrigan Cuneo ’35 Mary Kathleen Cuneo
Captain John Patrick Conroy Mary Ann and James P. McQuade
Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 Linda B. Motz Saundra L. Smith
Lori A. Corbin ’94 Michelle Samarin Unruh ’94 Heather A. Wade ’96 Kathleen Kladny Yanity ’94 Helen Corsetti Tim and Maryellen Baker Martin F. Barkin Linda and Thomas Boyle Diane Britz Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Cynthia A. Champ Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Patricia J. Cunningham Lawrence Deering
Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien
Rose Angela Cunningham, SC ’30 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Valerie Schmid Stokes ’79 Patricia Curran Dorcas Shick Tyson ’66 Catherine and Stanley Cypher Cory R. Fox, Inc. Rachel Leah Davis Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Lois Sculco, SC ’60
Robert H. Davis Linda and Jeffrey Reisner Jeanne Rosier Day ’69 Michele Moore Ridge ’69 and The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge Rose De Lima, SC Virginia D’Emidio Cannon ’64 Virginia Regan Finn ’55 Rocco A. DeMase Andrew R. DeMase ’09 and Rebecca Sally DeMase ’11 Clarina DiPietro ’51 Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 Lovenia Deconge Watson ’59 Flora DiStefano Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68 John DiStefano Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68 Tom DiStefano, Sr. Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68 Francis J. Dolan Carol J. Dolan Karen A. VanSlyke John M. Donauer Dorothy Donauer Sweeney ’69 Mary Jean Fritschi Donley ’50 Debra A. Donley ’75 Patricia Bender Voltz ’52 Walter A. Dziedzina Christine A. Dziedzina ’73 Jean Draffen Earley ’48 Duke University Sarah and Anthony F. Earley, Jr. Mary Klotman Pamela Errett Robert W. Errett ’03 Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Mary Conaty Evans ’50 Audrey Pettis Elizabeth Mauer Farrell ’70 Lorraine Bartolozzi DeAngelo ’70 Jane E. Farver ’69 Michele Moore Ridge ’69 and The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge
Josefa Filkosky ’55 Vanessa Ruffin Colbert ’74 Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly ’64 John Kosko Lori Mozina-Ogurchak ’89 Carmela Tempero ’88 John Fogle Barbara M. Aupperle Melissa Whiteman Bachman ’07 and John A. Bachman ’07 Lisa Baer Bibiana Boerio ’75 Terra Stumpf Bradley ’06 Sonya Welesko Buerger ’87 Rebecca R. Campbell Mary Ross Cox ’99 Michael D’Angelo Suzanne K. Dominick Maryann B. Dudas Colleen D. Ereditario ’11 Jody Ereditario Daryl P. Ferguson ’07 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Josie Funari Mira and Brad Funari Emily Graham-Ballew ’06 Charles Harlow Lauren M. Wassil Harrall ’06 Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Amy Bisceglia Kline ’91 Samantha Kormanik ’04 Gina Carrick Lindenfeldar ’90 Breanne Loveland Mary Loveland Cynthia Magistro ’78 Deborah Marizzaldi ’07 and Marc Marizzaldi Jamie Fogle McGee ’06 Roberta Mitchell Carla M. Palamone ’92 Ryanne Forcht Palermo ’05 Alanna Daniels Parsons ’06 Christy L. Pergar ’06 Donna and John Pergar Garrett Richards ’05 Wendi Ridgway-Price Roxanne L. Rinier ’80 David and Nancy Roy Denishia Salter ’06 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Kris M. Smith ’12 Jessica Hamilton Snyder ’05 Sarah Kocevar Strang ’79 Charmaine R. Strong Heidi Zakrzewski ’02 Gail Facchine Forbes ’69 Joan Facchine Myers ’71
Andrew Fedele Jane Fedele Hayes ’69
Larry Franzi Cynthia Olenick Franzi ’77
Julie and Tony Ferrante Darlene Ferrante ’68 Rosemary Ferrante Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59
Mary M. Frederick Catherine Lee Rosenblum ’72
William J. Frederick, Sr. and Dorothy S. Frederick Maria Frederick Farneth ’86 and George Farneth
Susan Ann Freund ’64 Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Fred J. Funari Josie Funari Audrey Petrarca Galosi ’54 Vivienne C. Demm ’54 Margaret Garrity ’23 Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Walter Geiger Adrienne D. Geiger ’80 Olga Gera ’76 Mary Dawn Adair Dumm ’76 and Lawrence J. Dumm Patricia A. Gerberding ’56 James and Alice Brogan Jeffrey Ostroff Richard A. Wodzinski Jeffrey Gettemy ’09 Kellee Van Aken Denise Pullen TaMara and John Swank, Jr. Lawrence D. Gilboy Marianne Gilboy Nehr ’69 Isabelle Humphrey Gilchrist ’41 Jane Gilchrist ’72 Edward T. Glock Sally Voltz Glock ’51 Fabiola Zahuranec Gornik and Louis J. Gornik, Jr. Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 R.S. Goshorn Towako M. Sakurai Takayama ’58 Ellen M. Gotkiewicz Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer ’59 Ellen Marker Greiner ’59 Beverly S. Pultz ’84 Julia Grieco Nancy Grieco Pfeiffer ’69 Ed Grimm Jackie Blake Joseph Gritte Constance Gritte Berto ’54 Virginia Skapik Gross ’41 Marian Gross Piet ’81 James R. Hake Traci Hake Carter ’86 Jamie Cordial Hall Nevin and Mallory Baker Adam and Jessica Bechtell Bradley L. Begonia Chris and Jill Bellicini Megan Bricker
Chad Cordial Connie Cordial Dale J. Cordial Jason Cordial Michele Cordial Nicholas and Krista Cordial Heather and Brian D. Dawson Kaitlyn A. Ellsworth ’19 Sarah Ferrell Matthew G. Grove ’11 and Courtney Grove Chris and Renata Guarlotti Jamie Cordial Hall Foundation Tom Hall Georgine M. Hallam Maria Handlin Jenna L. Hixson Richard and Julie Hutchinson Mark and Hadara Katarski Laura E. Kerestes Jenna Kerlicker Brooke Leechalk ’15 Deborah Marizzaldi ’07 and Marc Marizzaldi Annette Cepullio Mastro ’88 Madison Mastro Timothy and Allison Mento Paola Morales Adam Novak Nicole Page John and Marie Peoples Jasmine A. Porter ’19 Alan and Ashley Quinn Max Rudy Jenna Salvatore Robert and Maria Stone Frank and Karen Stoner Jon and Emily Sweany Debby Uebele Kathleen Kladny Yanity ’94 Mary Just Zappone ’71 and Michael Zappone James P. Hanigan Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Chengelis John and Nora Hanley James Stauss Jim Harkins Carol Taschler Harkins ’57 Ruth Harris Lynn Dayton ’59 Nancy Gregory Hazlett ’50 and Donald G. Hazlett Anonymous Timothy and Marsha Bixer DKN Architects Brian and Stephanie Donhoff Scott O. and MaryAnn Hazlett Timothy and Leslie Hazlett Charles Horertz Robert L. Royer Milan Savkovich Jean K. Shockey Steve and Maria Shockey Edward D. Showalter Patricia C. Wardell Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS M. Estelle Hensler, SC ’39 Susan Mary Cummings ’69 Mary Ann McCloskey Donnelly ’64 Sally Lyon Loughran ’63 and The Honorable Charles H. Loughran Sally Boyle Heupler ’59 Mary Wilson Risewick ’59 Vallie Hillard Joseph and Vallie Strednak
Bernadine Lauer, SC Phylis Pietrusza Levino ’67
Marie Flick McCloskey Mary Ann McCloskey Donnelly ’64
Margaret Freund Murray ’49 Colleen Claybaugh Murray ’79
Helen Faragher Lauer ’27 Mary Mahon Guyet ’63
Harry McCracken Virginia McCraken Stump ’04
Grandma Laughlin James P. Murray, III ’98
Helen Elizabeth McElwain, SC ’50 Patricia A. Landers ’55 Maria Mickwitz ’60
Margaret Murray ’18 Evan and Rebecca Adair Mary Jane Antoon Richard and Amy Beckman Audrey and Gregory Bisignani Abby Boler Rick Boler Jane Cowell Jeffery and Veronica Dunn Erie Runners Club Mira and Brad Funari Gilles Smith Perdum Insurance Agency, LLC Dory and Anthony Grack Darlene Grandinetti Great Lakes Automation Services, Inc. Richard and Valerie Hall Patrick and Patricia Howard Angela M. Krak ’18 Lager Cafe, Inc. Thomas and Mari Langer Joan F. Lasher Richard and Angela Lathroum Keith and Ann Lawrence Mary E. Loncharic Anne M. McCormick Timothy and Laurie McKernan Michele Mellick ’16 Francis and Nancy Mifsud Terry J. Miller James and Marlo Moeller Charlotte and Dennis Morgret Alexandra Murray Eden Olson ’18 Edward and Christine Palattella Robert and Margaret Paterson Jason and Jennifer Roeback Nancy and Patrick Scully Virginia P. Snyder David and Kimberly Soule Arick and Karen Spencer Garner and Kathleen Tarbell Kirk and Christina Warner
Sylvia and Michael Leone Mary Leone Bloom ’55
Miriam Jane Hollowood, SC ’52 Kate Moloney ’69 Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70
Zita Okonak Levin ’43 Paul and Shirley Friedland James R. Okonak Harvey and Lynn Rubin
Rita Giegerich Hudock ’63 Carol Miller Stillwagon ’63
Shirlee Becker Liedke ’50 Linda Liedke Griffiths ’74
Wilda Weibel Hyatt ’35 Mary Sue Hyatt ’70
Fred Ligus Nancy Ligus ’16
Madeline Beltrandi Jelinek ’60 Priscilla Crowe Burt ’60 Frank T. Jelinek
Elaine Harouse Long ’81 Karen Harouse-Bell ’82
Beth Ann Johnson Carole and Glenn Johnson Isabelle Jorden, SC ’42 Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo ’76 Loretta Juhas ’49 Elizabeth M. Juhas ’79
Lucy Lopez-Roig ’58 Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58 Thomas W. Ludrofsky Anna Ludrofsky Williams ’73 Stuart A. MacKenzie Barbara Edwards MacKenzie ’64 Mary Ronald Madden, SC Joanne D’Itri Fantone ’78 Theresa M. Kashin ’82
George M. McGarty Kerry McGarty Neville ’86 Miriam Rudolph McGregor ’45 M.G. O’Neil Foundation Julia McGinniss McGowan ’26 Vincent E. McGowan Mary Anne Spellman McGrath ’59 John E. “Jack” and Brigitte McGrath M. Maurice McManama, SC ’33 Phyllis Sheehan Bambeck ’62 Elizabeth Spina Grinnell ’79 Maria Mickwitz ’60 Robert Mendler Linda and Jeffrey Reisner Joseph Mendola, Jr. Kathleen Keally Voigt ’59 Andrea S. Miller ’68 Jane Ward Austin ’69
Elizabeth Campalong Karl ’68 David P. Karl
Frank and Regina Magda Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D.
Harvey and Karman Miller Janet Miller Rosemary Miller Ross S. Miller James H. Pirlo ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Skero
Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Evelyn B. Kaufman Foundation
Suzanne Sutter Maguire ’68 George P. Maguire
Raymond H. Miller Christina Miller
Joe Kelly Violetta Kelly
Jack Mahon Mary Louise Mahon Guyet ’63
Lydia and Glenn R. Milne LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher ’78
M. Deborah Kelly, SC ’42 Donna Schafer ’69
Kathryn Faragher Mahon ’27 Mary Louise Mahon Guyet ’63
Valentina Ramirez Molini ’50 Deborah M. Molini Kraus ’79
Joyce Kennedy ’69 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69
Margaret Jack Mann ’44 Clifford and Barbara Bly
Virginia Ryan Mooney ’46 Patricia Mooney Loucks ’70
Eileen Donovan Kennison ’45 Regina Kennison Kraus ’69
Art Marizzaldi Raymond J. Sero
Al Morris Ruth Morris ’69
Joseph M. Kettering David and Mary Kettering
Martha Jetter Marsh ’59 Ann Butler Brett ’59 Kay Rubright Rinko ’59
Helen L. Muha, SC ’54 Rebecca J. Graham ’72 Andrea Chontos Peters ’76 Jane Strittmatter ’07
Sharon O’Neil Kahn ’59 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Mary C. Reese
Dorothy Kirschner Mary Jane Kirschner Peterson ’69 Zebulon Knott Rita Csech Knott ’55 Mary J. Kopechne John Kosko Frank and Audrey Kowalewski Kathleen Kowalewski Clark ’70
Anne Marie Caulfield Matan ’33 Maria and Marcelo Albornoz Anne M. and Robert Easby-Smith Lillian Archambault Matan ’60 and Tony Matan Francis McClarnon Agnes Flatley McClarnon ’59
Sara O’Donovan Munger ’49 Dennis O’Donovan Miriam Joseph Murphy, SC Janet Gaffney Dunstan ’70 Mary Ann Gabig Eubanks ’65 Ruth Conley McDonald ’65 Marianne Drott Squyres ’62
Ned Nakles, Sr. Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Gertrude Neff Teresa Neff ’84 John and Genevieve Nipaver Janet Nipaver Martha ’71 J. Gordon Noroski Catherine Noroski Giunta ’75 Emma O’Brien Irene E. O’Brien ’45 Margaret E. O’Brien Eileen A. O’Neil ’68 Mary Elizabeth Salopek Greenwood ’68 Mary C. Reese Juliet Rudolph O’Neil ’47 M.G. O’Neil Foundation
Mary and James O’Neil Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Mary C. Reese
Deceased Members of the Pascale Family Andrea M. Pascale ’61
Louis A. Prosperi Laurel Prosperi Hogan ’79 William Pruchnic Mary Rillo Pruchnic ’54
Maggie Murray ’18 Honored with Jersey Retirement Maggie Murray’s family, including her father, Brian, sister, Alexandra, mother, Mary, and brother, Brian Jr. attended the jersey retirement. The Murrays also established an endowed scholarship in Maggie’s memory. Maggie Murray’s family, friends and former Seton Hill volleyball teammates traveled from across the country to attend a special ceremony in her honor prior to a volleyball match during Homecoming. Murray, a member of the Class of 2018 who died a few months after graduation, was the first Griffin to be honored with a jersey retirement. Murray’s framed jersey will be displayed in the McKenna Center.
Maggie Murray’s teammates traveled across the country to attend the ceremony.
Murray, who died tragically while pursuing her degree in Dental Medicine from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Bradenton, Fla., was a fouryear member of the Seton Hill volleyball team and served as a team captain while earning her biology degree.
R.E. Reichard Jeanne Reichard Niklas ’59 Alice Edwards Riley ’30 Katherine L. Riley
“Maggie’s memory lives on with her family, friends, teammates, coaches and future Setonians, who will attain a Seton Hill education because of a scholarship established in Maggie’s memory by her parents, Mary and Brian,” President Mary C. Finger said at the ceremony.
Frances Riley Angela K. Lutze ’70 Lawrence B. Riley Katherine L. Riley
Carmella Bazzano Oliverio Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Pedicone
Wilma and Robert Patterson Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill
Helen Dayton Quigley ’49 Dr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Quigley
Kathy A. Orndorff-Tauber ’79 Sarah Kocevar Strang ’79 Susan Collins Varga ’79
Michael D. Pezze Barbara and David Pezze
Kristina Quigley Kelley Kilduff Renee Kania Miller ’15 and Christopher Miller ’16 Melanie Morgret ’17
Kent Otwell Hanna J. Brucker ’19 Kathryn Palas, SC ’68 Mary Lou Palas, SC ’69 Lynn H. Palmer ’72 John Hoffman Marlyn McAtee Johnson ’72 George A. Parker Wilda K. Kaylor ’71
Ruth E. Pivirotto Ann and Arthur M. Pivirotto, Jr. Anthony Plesha, Jr. Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Cathy Plesha ’73 Rinaldo Antonio Policicchio Rinaldo Policicchio Emma McGinniss Powderly ’29 Hubert J. Powderly
Victor Falcetti Carole Herwood Gilardi ’59 and Richard Gilardi Michael and Deborah Groenhout Todd and Janet Gustafson Francis and Charlotte Hammond Susan M. Harmon Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. Thomas and Joan Irwin S. Meredith and Beverly Johnson Sara A. Keaton Paul and Ann Linehan Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer ’59 and Victor L. Ludmerer Thomas and Linda May Janice F. Mayhew Milford Special Needs Club Virginia S. Nolan Margaret Normile Martin and Elaine Normile Elizabeth Purinton Michael and Francee Quinlan Richard S. Quinlan James and Nancy Sandahl Patricia Palmer Schimmel ’59 Janice M. Sellards Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko H. Gordon and Marcella Starkey Walter and Leslie Strong Donald and Mary Anne Thacker William and Patricia Tovell Kathleen Keally Voigt ’59 R. Lane and Brenda Ware James and Judith Witmer Barbara Wrobel
Helen Normile Quinlan ’59 Lawrence and Karen Anderson Jacqueline C. Bradley Marianne Bragg Andrew and Lisa Briggs Arlene M. Burgess Margaret Butler Henry and Carolyn Byrd John and Mary Clavin William and Debra Cooper Janet A. Delbridge
Suzanne Rogers Elizabeth Barrett Kathryn Dethier Merrily Dethier Lauren J. Dolney ’19 Deanna M. Hammitt ’18 Mary Eileen O’Donovan Ruane ’51 Dennis O’Donovan Helen Mankovich Rundel ’34 Charlotte Rundel Cronauer ’71 Mary Janet Ryan, SC ’69 Phylis Pietrusza Levino ’67 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Karen Kurek Lynch ’73 Kathryn Mihalcik Moore ’71 Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich ’77 Sandra Yowik Thomasson ’69 Kathi Trout ’88 Bridget S. Widdowson ’82 Mary Lou Yurick ’72
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Wilma Lindway Rybar ’46 Virginia A. Cole James Nied David and Margaret Rybar Dorothy Rybar Steve Rybar
Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. and Diann Salvitti Salvitti Family Foundation Marion J. Sandzimier Vivian Boyer ’00 Elyse Jeanne Saraceni Patricia Rascher Catacalos ’74 Mary Jane and William J. Collins Robert W. Errett ’03 Joanne Jones Denise Pullen Lisa M. Tyson ’89
Kathleen Smolenski Anita DiBagno Smolenski ’61
Sally Monahan Thomas ’69 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69
Patricia Dreistadt Policastro ’64 Mary Jo Robino Sebastiani ’81
George and Elizabeth Solomon Ann Solomon Kerrigan ’52
Ralph and Betty Thrower Kent and Judith Thrower
Olga Wolosyn ’75 Anne Florence Bryant ’75
Miriam Grace Solomon, SC ’23 Jennifer Rodal Costa ’94 Janet Gaffney Dunstan ’70 Ellen Katter ’73 Stephen Katter and Margaret Schaefer Ann Solomon Kerrigan ’52
Patricia M. Thuer ’50 Linda Liedke Griffiths ’74
Douglas J. Wood Theodore F. Dane, Jr. David and Debbie Delisi J.W. Liken Holdings Eric T. Kreuter Camille and Kathleen Merlino Christina Miller Barbara Sloan Standfast Asset Management, LLC Mark Womack James Wood Valerie Wood
Mary Downey Speisman ’51 Anne Spiesman and Keith Klein Jeanne N. Spencer ’62 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Norma Jean Lutz Spina ’50 Enchanted Life Foundation Elizabeth Spina Grinnell ’79
Joseph Scaturro Rosalie and Todd Carpenter
Phyllis Bifano Stasko ’55 Allegra Stasko Slick ’88
Irene Schlecht Mary Ann McCloskey Donnelly ’64
Frances Stefano, SC ’70 Theresa M. Kashin ’82
Michael J. Schott, Sr. Violet Uram ’01
Leslie Stevens ’10 Alicia Baranik Kathryn Loughran Cala ’79 and Greg Cala Drs. John Charley and Margaret Horning Aaron and Beth Conway Carmine Coco De Young ’73 Joseph and Patricia Donahoe Colleen and Mark Feigel Matthew and Kimberly Feigel William and Erin Fischer David and Sara Gardner Marlene K. Grasha ’09 Dallas C. Hipple David and Tina Karl Patricia and Robert King Pat and Jim McRickard David and Barbara Pezze Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Bruce and Penny Six Adam Smith Deborah and Steven Snider Jerry and Margaret Soles Allen and Susan Stevens John Stevens Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Charmaine R. Strong
Mary and Angelo Sciacca Lorraine Sciacca-Finch ’75 Florence M. Scott, SC ’26 Lois Jones Maloy ’59 Florence Smith Lucille Shapiro David and Sue Adatto Howell Cheek Hope and Howard Feinberg Steve and Susan Ference Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Helen Locke Steven and Patricia Nielsen Edward and Gail Ober Beth Shapiro David and Susan Tierney Gerard Sheridan Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Dorcas Johnson Singley ’36 Stephen and Virginia German Floyd Skelly Lois Skelly Robinson ’74 Nancy Kasuba Smith ’69 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Janice Flood Nichols ’69 and David Nichols Barbara Kutch Pryle ’69 Richard J. Schulte Clyde Smith Joan Morris Voss ’69 Patricia Cosgrove Young ’69 Paul Smiy Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation
Mary Paulus Tittler, SC ’58 M. Rosaire Wilker, SC ’58 Colette Toler, SC ’57 Victoria Bleyer ’82 Jennifer Rodal Costa ’94 Steen Halling Linda Stark Jensen ’70 Kenneth L. Jones Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 PNC Financial Services Group Joan Winters Spatti ’68 Susan Meister Star ’70 Patricia Walker Thornton ’72 Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70 Heinz Treiber Caroline Ayars Treiber ’59 Sally Favo Troll ’47 Denise Troll Covey ’83 Blanche M. Tully Judith M. Stanley ’58 Katherine M. Tully Judith M. Stanley ’58 James C. Turner Susan A. Turner ’69 Ralph D. Varrato Theresa Verteramo Varrato ’58 Miriam David Volker, SC ’42 Carolyn Allgeier Melby ’62 Mary Ann Farrell Price ’61 Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo ’76 Ada Fiorelli Waddell ’70 Suzanne Fletcher Gauthier ’70 Jane Halligan Claesgens ’70 Linda Fiorelli ’74 Suzanne Fletcher Gauthier ’70 Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Kathleen Dziuban Scott ’70 Katherine Klopsch Siler ’70 Rosemary Blum Smith ’70 James R. Waddell
Mary Ann Suda Joan Suda Lindsey ’63
Nancy Jane King Wandrisco Thomas A. Wandrisco
Paul B. Summey Diane Planisek Summey ’68
Barbara Foster Ward ’39 Jane Ward Austin ’69
Vincent Sweeney Dorothy Donauer Sweeney ’69
Patricia Wild Danielle Hammer
Eugene F. Swetz Mark and Luann Swetz
Leah Wolf, SC, SJ ’38, SHC ’42 Roberta Sordi Harper ’63 Mary B. McKinley ’65
Donald Wood and Patricia DeMase Wood Margaret Wood Hockenberry ’80 William F. Zajdel Jerry Kraisinger
IN HONOR Seton Hill University thanks the alumni and friends who made the following honor gifts between July 1, 2018 and June 30, 2019. Sara A. Acklin ’10 Karen Nickel Morgan Bergman Ronald and Deidre Bergman Juliette Beyer Francine LeFrak Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Charitable Trust Olivia Beyer Francine LeFrak Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Charitable Trust Peggy A. Bitner Electro-Glass Products, Inc. Summer Black Jack Black Trucking & Excavating Alyssa Blake Jackie Blake Charles and Christina Frizzell Rodney and Sharon Swoger Edward and Colleen West Katherine M. Bloomgren ’14 Michael and Deborah Bloomgren Ashley Boehm Michael and Nancy Boswell Norma L. McKenna Anthony R. Oliastro, Sr.
Daniel and Linda Oliastro Anthony Ovial
Jonathan DeLuca Damon and Cynthia DeLuca
Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 Verstandig Family Foundation
Bibiana Boerio ’75 Jean A. Robinson
Parker Denny Tracy and Doreen Denny Roger and Joyce Torgerson
Skyla Greco Loccisano’s Golden Dawn Jo Anne Setting
Ronald T. DiBiase ’11 Dorinda and Ronald J. DiBiase
Victoria Marie Gribschaw, SC ’65 Paula Sielitzsky Goff ’88 Measured Progress, Inc.
Brooke Bower David and Karen Bower Tara Bowie Aaron Christy John and Patti Pylant
Melanie DiPietro, SC ’69 Lovenia Deconge Watson ’59
Vivian Boyer ’00 William T. Fritz
Rachael Ditzler ’19 Kenneth and Catherine Ditzler
Sydney L. Brewbaker Ralph and Sharon Stoner
Kendra Donahue Ross Donahue Wesley and Lisa Donahue
Robert M. Brownlee Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07
Brianna V. Duda ’19 David and Joy Duda
Michael J. Bryja ’19 Michael L. Bryja
Linda C. Earnest ’78 Margaret DiVirgilio ’80
Savannah D. Burch ’17 Bruce and Elizabeth Burch
Steele Eckenrode ’19 Kenneth L. Eckenrode Robert C. Eckenrode Richard Lawson Excavating, Inc.
Kyle Burkholder Karen Burkholder Kathleen M. Campbell ’80 Lisa Steck Helsel ’80 Molly Carbone J. Gerard and Kelly Fay Courtney Cecere Lavinia Cecere Alexa R. Civittolo Paul and Karen Mains Mary L. O’Neil Costello ’55 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Mary C. Reese Mary Ross Cox ’99 Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07
Max C. Eismann Anne DiProjetto J. Russell and Kathleen Thomas Wendy J. Thomas Samantha Estupinian Arthur Estupinian Elliott M. Ferrell Sarah Ferrell Jean M. Finger Mary C. Finger and David Paris Mary C. Finger Melissa and Timothy Alsing Dorothy Jarzabek Josh D. Forbes ’15 John and Jennifer Forbes
Jody S. Crouse Kimlie Rice
Funari Family Mira and Brad Funari
Eleanor Schumacher Davis ’39 Joanne Duff
Timothy Gabrielli Gilbert Perez ’19
Bernadette Del Duca, SC ’51 Gemma R. Del Duca, SC ’62
Amanda M. Gans ’17 Carissa Ann Aloisi Gans ’83
Bonita Del Duca ’58 Gemma R. Del Duca, SC ’62
Ki Givens Timothy and Alison Heinen Toyota of Greensburg
Gemma R. Del Duca, SC ’62 Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Sybil Schwartz Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko Debbie Zlotowitz
Stuart A. Glasser Gerald S. Browdie Marjorie C. Gross ’67 Roz Hurwitz Deborah B. Phillips Loreen Schaffer
Thomas Hanulak Betty Frankovich Patrick Hanulak Kyleigh Hessian Marcus Hessian Edgar B. Highberger Megan E. Ambrose American Guild of Organists Pittsburgh Chapter American Guild of Organists Westmoreland Chapter Reverend and Mrs. Hans Andrae Martin and Julie Ankrum Richard and Cheryl Baker Nicholas and Carol Behun Robert E. Benner Joel and Jean Blice Thomas and Toni Boord Harry and Sarah Campbell Arthur and Shelia Caramella Sylvia K. Carlson Robert and Margaret Carpenter Anne H. Coiner ’93 Sandra L. Cole Daniel M. Collier Carolyn S. Falcon Dawn Fassnacht Sandra Finley ’87 Eugene Forish ’09 Anita Garr Washington and Dorothy Gjebre Terrence and Jeanie Graft Charles and Janet Graham Jacob Gruss Betty W. Hammer Betty G. Harrold John and Carol Henry Thomas and Joanne Hershey Elizabeth B. Hoeldtke Raymond and Karen Huey Ruth Hughes ’02 and William Hughes Shirley B. and Marvin J. Huls Robin Jennings Deborah Yackovich Johnston ’81 and George F. Johnston John Kautz Robert and Arlene Kendra Susan J. Laughlin Lawrence W. Leonard Colleen Lissy Patricia G. Manno ’00 Robert J. Marks Sharon Donaldson Marks ’83 Robert and Tracy Marschik Beth McAtee Kevin McAtee Elizabeth McAtee Terrance and Wendy McCann Robert S. McKie
Richard and Janet McNerny Debra Barra Morley ’79 and Peter Morley Sheryl E. Nagy Teresa Marie Neff ’84 Justin D. Norris ’06 Frances A. Olinger Cameron M. Pampus ’15 Sara A. Rager James P. Riggs ’93 Charles and Hettie Robinson Carl W. Ross Jan Rupp John Salveson William and Lori Saul Vivian Schwing Cynthia M. Somple M. Patricia Stephanik James and Florence Stitt Jeanne C. Suehr ’85 and Clifton Suehr Larry Taylor ’95 and Mary Jean Speare Amy Beth Templeton James and Alice Templeton Brad and Diane Thompson Joan Toomey Susan W. Trafford Stephanie Riley Turin ’88 and Todd Turin Linda and Jerry Urbani Elsie Vanetta Robert D. Walker Nancy E. Wallace Helen L. Walter Barbara C. Hinkle Kathryn and James Costantino Shirley B. and Marvin J. Huls Janice Malego Steinhagen ’79 Ann Infanger, SC ’55 Joan Truax Avioli ’54 Sandra Burin Bobick ’69 and James Bobick Justine A. Cakanac ’77 and Thomas M. Bartolac Barbara Hoffman Carusillo ’79 Bernadette Fondy ’69 M. Ellen Steward Pentz ’72 Cleta Horn Schmitt ’74 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Mary C. Reese Josey Jackson Christian Bible Fellowship Hailey E. Jacobs ’19 Charles and Gloria Almanza Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Alice Kaylor ’73 Sybil Schwartz Elizabeth M. Kealey ’19 James and Andrea Kealey Mary Noel Kernan, SC ’48 Sybil Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Russ Siegelman
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Becky Kerns ’48 Mary-Margaret Kerns
Nichole McClendon Gary and Ludwiga McClendon
Mackenzie Kilduff Colleen and Shaun Kilduff
Mary Gertrude McElhinny, SC ’63 Mary Ann Conway Itts ’66
Francis Klapak Talib Nichiren ’96
Raelyn McGarry Bruce and Tamra Brockwell Richard and Deborah Lisenby Lawrence C. Morris Stanley and Emmagene Olah Randall and Shannon Powell David and Patricia Williams
Margaret M. Kropf ’19 Jody and Stephen Kropf Luke Landefeld Mike and Lori McAdoo Christopher M. Law ’19 Patricia and Michael Law Ryan Lawrence Lori and Troy Lawrence Frances M. Leap Gilbert Perez ’19 Brianna Leith John and Shirley Rorke Craig Lewis Kim and John Lewis William E. Lewis Marian Madden, SC ’83 Marcia Marciniak Auth ’76 Matthew F. Malacane ’16 Gary and Sharon Malacane Ryan A. Manbeck Margaret Hausman Old Security Trust Corp Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Richard J. Schulte Marc A. Marizzaldi Steven Long Daniel J. Martino Gilbert Perez ’19 Alexandrea Masocco Laura M. Mudd Jordan Mayers Vicky McElroy Jane Moore Kaitlyn Mayers Vicky McElroy Jane Moore Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 John Mazero Joseph and Lynna Mazero Daniel W. McCarty ’03 Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Anna McClain Matthew and Linda Boice Jefferson United Methodist Chruch
Logan McKoy Linda Zangardi Collin P. Mitchell ’19 Ray and Pat Mitchell Anthony Morocco Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Christine M. Mueseler Erica Hainesworth Adams ’09 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Louise Jones Lydon ’06 and Sean F. Lydon Amy Metz Christy L. Pergar ’06 James H. Pirlo ’07 Jennifer Reeger Mary Ross Cox ’99 Lisa Seremet Kris M. Smith ’12
Leighann M. Pettis ’19 Frank and Kelley Mietlicki Theresa Lamb Maureen and Mark Pettis Kristin Piciacchia ’19 Brian and Martha Szal James H. Pirlo ’07 Janet Miller Rosemary Miller Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Buttercup & Thistle, LLC Linda Fiorelli ’74 Elizabeth Haradon Aaron and Christina Pollock Hannah Powell ’19 Helen J. Powell Sydney Rabold Walter Trzeciak Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Mary C. Reese Chelsea Rohan Paul and Colleen Matthews Paul T. Roman Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07
Jake Mullaney Richard and Dorothy Mullaney
Colleen Roy David and Nancy Roy
Nick P. Neferis ’18 Kelly and Peter G. Neferis
Maryann Rulapaugh ’17 Charles and Alice Rulapaugh
Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Blaine and Marlene Coleman
Laken Ryen Kim A. Leasure Dirk and Kellie Neal
Jenna Osikowicz Jane Austeri Joseph Austeri Nikki S. Austeri Alex and Christen Belgiovane Christopher and Denise Giron Robert Osikowicz Nicole Page George and Margarita Marnik Richard and Eileen Marnik Dorothy Page Edward and Peggy Page Lester Parker Carol L. Ratner Jacqueline Parks Ralph Parks Danielle Elizabeth Penn Francine LeFrak Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Charitable Trust
Jakob R. Sabatula Larry Sabatula, Jr. Roberto B. Saenz ’07 Scott Chisholm Hannah L. Schneider ’19 Lianne and George Schneider Darcie L. Schrecongost ’19 James Kress, Jr. Kelly A. Kress Nathan Gourley Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Susan Brabant Baxter ’78 Christine Fusca Boova, SJ ’42 Mary Jo Ruefle Brecht ’77 and Timothy M. Brecht Elizabeth Deignan Budney ’60 Vanessa Ruffin Colbert ’74 Julia Senko Dodds ’81 John R. Echement Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Josie Funari Joanne Bergamasco Gabriel ’60 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73
Alice Kaylor ’73 Lisa and Frank Lotito Janet Nipaver Martha ’71 Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 Talib Nichiren ’96 Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan ’60 Jennifer Reeger Sybil Schwartz Kay Shotts Shedwick ’60 Lula M. Sweeney ’95 Margretta Stokes Tucker ’77 Debra Boring Woods ’98 Katherine Sebbane Sarah Morthland Autumn Seftas Geneen Marucco Remy Sell Stephanie Sell Brady Sherback Ronald Evancho Molly Robb Shimko Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Louise Jones Lydon ’06 and Sean F. Lydon Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Carly Litvik Brambila ’06 Kathleen M. Campbell ’80 Daniel P. Casebeer Brett Cuddy ’18 Carla M. DellaPenna ’87 Dana J. Elmendorf Debra Faszer-McMahon Sylvia Bachert Forsyth ’60 Laurie Fox Nancy Repasky Gorinski ’77 Lisa Steck Helsel ’80 Barbara C. Hinkle George A. Hritz Bethany Hudak Hughes ’00 Shirley B. and Marvin J. Huls Susan Jenny, SC Carole and Glenn Johnson Natalie Robertshaw Kelley ’80 Tracy Hauger Keys ’92 and Drew S. Keys Linda J. Kosko ’14 Edward M. Kuhn Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians Patricia G. Manno ’00 Carolyn Allgeier Melby ’62 Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Beatrice Ann Parenti, SC ’69 Christopher M. Parfitt ’06 Carmen Pedicone Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association Westmoreland Chapter James P. Riggs ’93
Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo ’76 Charles and Alice Rulapaugh Curt Scheib George Shaner TaMara and John Swank, Jr. Larry Taylor ’95 Mary Yeager Travers ’53 Theresa Verteramo Varrato ’58 Murray and Skoloda Families Kelley Murray Skoloda ’86 Christiana Skrabak Barbara A. Leeper Kris M. Smith ’12 Sean E. Stanners ’18 John Spurlock Talib Nichiren ’96 Sean E. Stanners Martin and Bridget Stanners Mary Claire Stanners John Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Feigel Karen A. Stock ’69 Richard J. Schulte Noah E. Telford ’19 Jeffrey and Lori Telford Devyn Terry Artie and Robyn Terry Arun M. Thalody ’19 Megan N. Carnahan ’19 Roger Thomas Patricia Satryan Thomas ’58 Abbie Thrower Preston and Linda Milich Doug Thrower Kent and Judith Thrower Morgan Toal Thomas and Ruth Albanesi Charles and Mary Holste John and Cathy Toal Gary and Beverly Woods Lauren A. Tronolone ’19 John and Deborah Tronolone Kayla Vaccaro Thomas and Karen Blanchard Larry and Donna Gliddon Violetta Kelly Taylor R. Vagnoni ’19 Rhonda A. Rich Jack VanSlooten Jon VanSlooten Alexis Vargas Mark K. Jarrell + Deceased
Scott, Kimberly, Rhianne, and Francesca Vengel Scott Vengel David VonSchlichten ’19 Gilbert Perez ’19 Garret B. Vrbanic ’17 Michael-Patrick A. Buckley ’17 Gwendolyn and Charles H. Williams Brenda M. Williams-Elliott ’71 Mary Ann Winters, SC ’67 Sandra Burin Bobick ’69 and James Bobick Justine A. Cakanac ’77 and Thomas Bartolac Paula A. Carpentieri ’76 John N. Wolfram ’16 Jason and Debra Wolfram Daniel J. Wukich William J. McCabe Dane and Beverly Wukich Leo and Mary Jane Yochum Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Stella Yost Theresa M. Luck
GRIFFIN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Griffin Athletic Association advances school spirit and team pride while supporting Seton Hill’s 21 varsity athletic programs.
CORPORATE SPONSORS 84 Lumber Company A. Raimondo, Inc. AstroTurf Buffalo Wild Wings, Greensburg Courtyard by Marriott, Greensburg Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc. Dino’s Sports Lounge Dollar Bank Elliott Community Federal Credit Union Excela Health Ferrante’s Lakeview, Inc. Firehouse Subs First Student, Inc. FitnessEnvi Fox’s Pizza Den, Greensburg Greensburg Newsstand Hampton Inn and Suites, North Huntingdon-Irwin J.A.M. Vending Jigger’s Pub Oliver’s Pourhouse Prantl’s Bakery Primanti Brothers S&T Bank Sheetz Incorporated Subway Restaurant, Greensburg Wellness on the Point Youngwood Eye Care, Inc.
ATHLETIC DONORS Anonymous 84 Lumber Company A. Raimondo, Inc. Kristine Abbott Achtzehn Bros. Home Repair Advantage Sport & Fitness, Inc. Thomas and Ruth Albanesi Charles and Gloria Almanza Joseph Altier Ben Alwine Dennis and Cathy Anastor
Ezra Ancrum Aaron Anderson ’17 George Angeletti Stacy Jastrzembski Ankrum ’02 Joe Arovits Daniel A. Astfalk ’11 AstroTurf Jomo Atkins Michael Aughey Nathan J. Augustine ’08 Barbara M. Aupperle Jane Austeri Joseph Austeri Nikki and Thomas Austeri Melissa Whiteman Bachman ’07 and John A. Bachman ’07 Lisa Baer Jill and Kevin Bailey Jack and Joyce Balega Mark and Kathy Banfield Nicole and Patrick Bankovich Lewis Barkley Samuel R. Bashioum ’13 Nick Bauer Frank Beasley, II William Becker Philip and Christine Behm Kurt and Stacy Beistel Alex and Christen Belgiovane Peter Bell Michael D. Belsito ’12 and Emily Sangermano Belsito ’13 Benevity Community Impact Fund Ronald and Janet Bennett Clare D. Berenato ’13 Berkshire Hathaway Janell Besa Louis and Allison Biondi Carrie Bird Michael Bittel ’16 Kelsey Blahovec ’12 Jackie Blake Stacey Bloom Katherine M. Bloomgren ’14 BNY Mellon Edwin and Patricia Boehm Bibiana Boerio ’75 Jordan Bonar Nico Bordonaro Daniel and Nancy Borza Josh Bossart Michael and Nancy Boswell Richard Bouwma David and Karen Bower Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Patrick G. Boyer ’18 Terra Stumpf Bradley ’06 Colleen M. Brady Donna and James Breisinger Brentzel Excavation, LLC Rick Brickley Tracy Briglia Bruce and Tamra Brockwell Ann Brown Michael L. Bryja Michael-Patrick A. Buckley ’17
Sonya Welesko Buerger ’87 Buffalo Wild Wings, Greensburg Stephen Burgoon Timothy Burkart Karen Burkholder Michael and Jayne Burns Andy J. Butler ’08 Morgan P. Cain ’13 Kathryn Loughran Cala ’79 and Greg Cala Anthony Camasso ’18 Cory Campbell Rebecca and Terry Campbell David J. Cannon ’11 Gary and Christina Caragein James and Jane Caragein Alissa Jones Carbaugh ’13 and Robert D. Carbaugh ’13 Carclo Technical Plastics Thomas and Pamela Caruso Marshall S. Case ’18 Casini & Geibig, LLC Christopher H. Cass Lavinia Cecere Ralph and Carol Cecerte Cerra Automotive, LLC Donna Charron Kerry China Scott Chisholm Ed Chuba Michael and Karen Cillo Dr. and Mrs. Barry A. Clark Mihaela Clark Russell Clark Clark Hill, PLC Craig Clickenger Lisa Coe John H. Cole ’18 John and Leslie Collette Kevin L. Colosimo Comin’ In Hot BBQ Commercial Bank & Trust of PA Brad L. Comport ’13 Dave and Liz Conely Conlon Tarker, P.C. Kimberly Forys Conner ’82 Consumer Portfolio Services, Inc. Jesse Cooper ’16 Cory R. Fox, Inc. Brendon Costa Brendan Costantino Courtyard by Marriott, Greensburg Fred A. Covatto Tim Creamer Creative Selling Team, LLC Jason J. Crighton ’09 Carlin Crombie Brigitte Cruz Judith A. Cumo Marion and Joyce Cumo Christopher and Becky Curran Michael D’Angelo Robert and Marianne Dabney Theodore F. Dane, Jr. Cara Davidson Larry and Deborah Davis
Daniel I. Day ’09 and Danielle M. Day ’09 Thomas A. DeAngelis ’14 Matthew C. Deemer ’09 Nathan A. DeFilippi ’12 David and Debbie Delisi Delisi, Keenan & Associates PC Perry M. DellaValle ’18 Zach Delo ’12 Damon and Cynthia DeLuca Andrew R. DeMase ’09 and Rebecca Sally DeMase ’11 Tracy and Doreen Denny Dent Wizard Jo Anne and Philip DeSana John DeSantis Jamie P. DiAndreth Physical Therapy Jane Diange Lori and Randy Diltz Andrew R. DiNardo ’10 Holly Dingman Dino’s Sports Lounge Anne DiProjetto Sarah Distefanis Colleen Dlugaszewski Pauline Dlugaszewski Doing Better Business, Inc. Carol J. Dolan Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Dollar Bank Suzanne and Michael Dominick Derek R. Donaldson ’09 Logan Downes Claudia and Kevin Doyle Tanner B. Druck ’17 Todd Drzewiecki Maryann B. Dudas Margaret A. Ketenheim Duffy Amy E. Dugan ’08 David and Julie Ebersole Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland Taylor Ednie Wendy J. Eismann-Thomas Elliott Community Federal Credit Union Colleen D. Ereditario ’11 Jody Ereditario Bruce Erminio Albert C. Erni ’09 Paul Estabrooks Arthur Estupinian Ronald Evancho Sarah Evancho Cory and Amanda Ewing Excela Health Express Mobile Diagnostic Services, LLC Anthony J. Fanelli ’16 Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Joseph Farrow Joshua Farrow Adam and Renee Ference Daryl P. Ferguson ’07 Ferrante’s Lakeview, Inc. Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Michael Ferrari ’07 Susan Ferris
Todd Fiedor Financially Leading Women, LLC Firehouse Subs First Commonwealth Bank First Student, Inc. FirstEnergy Corp. Mike and Dawn Fischer FitnessEnvi Chad M. Fitzgerald ’07 Five Points Fleet Service, LLC Andrew Fleming Robert Fleming Savannah Fleming Daniel Flickinger Brandon G. Flythe ’07 Bernadette Fondy ’69 John and Jennifer Forbes Josh D. Forbes ’15 Rick Foster Fotorecord Four Seasons Travel Mark and Lisa Fox Wendy Fox Fox’s Pizza Den, Greensburg Edward and Jacklyn Frank Edward C. Frank Betty Frankovich Freddie Mac John and Ronda Freese Friends of Mark Mears Charles and Christina Frizzell Patricia Fulmer Josie Funari Mira and Brad Funari Gala Jewelers, Inc. David and Cathy Garlesky Robert C. Garrity ’09 Ronald and Lisa Gates Robert Gault Dylan Gelven ’15 Giacobbi Coatings Gina’s Hair Design Christopher and Denise Giron Philip Giunto Steve Givens Jacqueline Gleason-Kada Kristen Godfrey James Gotfredson Emily Graham-Ballew ’06 Stacey Gray Greensburg Newsstand Kerry Greggerson Victoria Marie Gribschaw, SC ’65 Cathy Griffin Melvin Griffin Michael Grove Stephen J. Gumpf ’07 and Nicole Stasik Gumpf ’09 Joshua T. Guthrie ’10 Dan and Krista Guzewicz Aysha Guzman Bob and Jayne Haley Edmund A. Hall ’10 Richard and Valerie Hall Danielle Hammer Hampton Inn and Suites North Huntingdon-Irwin
Hampton Office Products Kyle and Sandy Hanson Patrick and Patrice Hanulak Thomas P. Harbert Charles Harlow Bryan M. Harmon ’07 and Jamie Clark Harmon ’07 Whitney Nash Harness ’07 and Jerry V. Harness, Jr. ’07 John and Anna Harper Lauren Wassil Harrall ’06 Joe Hartman Mark A. Hartz ’09 Maggie Hausman Margaret Hausman Joyce Haxton Zachary J. Heide ’16 Timothy and Alison Heinen Christopher and Colleen Henckel Judith Henderson Henderson Brothers Retirement Cody Herald Bryan Hessian Marcus Hessian Alexander R. Hetrick ’12 Jeff H. Hickman Sharan Hildebrand Bilton and Linda Hill Stanford and Irene Hoffman Lance and Leah Hofseth Charles and Mary Holste Carrie Hood John and JoAnn Hoover Howard Hanna Real Estate Harrison Howes ’17 Mike Hutchinson Barry and Kimberly Iddon Barry and Patricia Ilse Chris P. Ilse ’13 Industrial Radiator Works Inselmini Construction Co., Inc. J. Gleason Associates, LLC J.A.M. Vending J.W. Liken Holdings Jack Black Trucking & Excavating Hailey E. Jacobs ’19 Michael and Amy Jacobs Michael Jamanis Tracey Janis Mark and Christine Jarrell Jigger’s Pub Fran Johns Greg Johnson Jeffrey Johnson and Kelly Beringer Finch Johnson Kristina M. Johnson Brandon Jossey ’14 A. Richard Kacin Mark Kaczanowicz Karndean Designflooring Kevin Karran ’16 Morris Karski Cynthia Kauffman Gary Kavanagh Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Jennifer Kearns Kimberly Kearns
Doug Wood Golf Classic Supports Student Athletes Seton Hill held the 11th Annual Doug Wood Golf Classic in June at Arnold Palmer’s Latrobe Country Club. More than $43,800 was raised during the event to support Seton Hill Athletics. The event honors the late Doug Wood, who served as a Trustee of Seton Hill University from 2000 to 2008. His leadership was instrumental as Seton Hill was building its athletic programs as well as the Performing Arts Center.
Doug Wood’s son, Douglas E. Wood ’11 with his wife, Chelsie, and sons, Henry and Dewey, at the Doug Wood Golf Classic.
In his memory, the university’s golf event was named in his honor 11 years ago. The proceeds from the event support Seton Hill athletic programs as well as the recently created Doug Wood Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship provides needed financial assistance to academically talented student-athletes. L UN
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Laura Kelley John C.R. Kelly Realty, Inc. Chad Kenderdine John Kenneally Christine Kennedy Frank Kibler Kelley Kilduff Kurt and Amy Kimmich King Physical Therapy, LLC Andrew T. Kirsch ’08 Amy Bisceglia Kline ’91 KMA Design Maurice and Lynda Knauer Derek Knotts Patrick J. Kohl ’11 Kohl’s, Monroeville Kara Kokenge The Honorable Ted Kopas and Amy Kopas Samantha Kormanik ’04 Linda Kosmacki Eric T. Kreuter Doug Krivda ’09 Adam Kupec Steve LaCrosse Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) Theresa Lamb Bill and Samantha Landefeld Davionne Laney Daniel and Debra Larremore Rita M. Larrimore Elmer and Barbara Laslo Patricia and Michael Law Brian Lawrence Lori and Troy Lawrence John and Marie Lawrenzi + Deceased
Doug Wood’s sister, Christine Miller, brother, Dan Wood, and sister-in-law Ginny Wood at the Doug Wood Golf Classic.
Kim A. Leasure Barbara A. Leeper Daniel Lenox, II Mike LeViseur ’12 Kim and John Lewis Luke Lewis ’18 William and Ruth Lewis Thomas Lex Carl and Diane Licht Gina Carrick Lindenfeldar ’90 Richard and Deborah Lisenby Jaimie K. Livorse Loccisano’s Golden Dawn Karen Lode Joshua M. Logan ’12 Steven J. Long ’07 Susanne K. and Michael F. Lopresti, Sr. Breanne Loveland Mary Loveland Melissa Lucier Lupi & Leo Allan and Lisa Lydic M Powered Strategies, Inc. Andrew Machak Michael and Michelle Macy Riley Magaña Vincent H. Maglione ’11 and Natasha Nichols Maglione ’13 Matt Malacane Sharon and Gary Malacane Sara Male Bernadette Malloy Richard and Jeannie Malloy Rodney Manbeck Ron Mancuso Dave Manners Kathleen and Thomas Marecic
Marc Marizzaldi Kathleen Marks Cynthia and Mark Marshall Mickey Marshall Erin Marsteller Marthinsen & Salvitti Insurance Group, Inc. Zachary J. Martinelli ’17 Geneen Marucco Louie G. Maser ’18 Charles C. Mason, Jr. Anthony Mastrangelo ’17 Salim Matar Matshark Fitness, LLC Bryan and Amy Matte Sam Mattei Brian Matthews Paul and Colleen Matthews Frank and Melissa Mazzur Jessica Mazzur Mike and Lori McAdoo Erika Haitz McCarthy ’10 and Michael P. McCarthy ’09 Jacquelyn Fontana McCarthy ’11 and David A. McCarthy ’11 Patrick P. McCarthy ’14 Thomas P. McCarthy ’18 Daniel W. McCarty ’03 and Kimberly A. McCarty ’04 Gary and Ludwiga McClendon Matthew T. McCune ’08 Patricia McElhone Scott and Candice McGarry Jamie Fogle McGee ’06 George McKenna Norma L. McKenna Rory J. McKinnon ’16
Kimberly McKoy Andrew McNab ’15 Jim McNair John McNair Donald E. McWreath ’17 MedCare Equipment Company, LLC Charles Megonnell Kimberly Barkley Megonnell ’98 Robert Meier Camille and Kathleen Merlino James and Shelia Merritt Frank and Kelley Mietlicki Preston and Linda Milich Christina Miller Renee Kania Miller ’15 and Christopher Miller ’16 Charles M. Mills Insurance Agency, Inc. Rocky Miranda Ray and Pat Mitchell Roberta Mitchell Thayne C. Mitrik ’16 MK Homes, Inc. Mlaker Transportation, Inc. Tyler A. Mohlhenrich ’14 Margaret Moiseshyn Debora Osikowicz Momeyer ’87 and David Momeyer Frank and Leigh Montecalvo Richard Moran Jan and Louis Morcheid Stephen Morcheid Melanie Morgret ’17 Irene Moroney Lawrence C. Morris Matthew J. Morrone ’18 James Mort Sarah Morthland
Mouldagraph Corporation Mr. Toad’s Jeffery Mroczek Laura Mudd and Timothy Lincoln Jonathan W. Murphy ’12 Matthew J. Musiak ’07 and Nicole Cormier Musiak ’07 Ann and Don Myers Evan T. Myers ’18 Deborah Nanton Julia L. Natalia ’19 Tyler Nauman Suzanne Nawojski Dirk and Kellie Neal Kelly and Peter Neferis Nick P. Neferis ’18 Donald and Terry Nelly Matthew S. Nelson ’08 Ed and Dannette Neminski Patricia and John Neumann Mark Newman Sandra Newton Richard Nicholas Karen Nickel Brian M. Novotny Matthew Ober ’17 Stanley and Emmagene Olah Old Security Trust Corp Anthony R. Oliastro, Sr. Daniel and Linda Oliastro Oliver’s Pourhouse Onyx Wellness Jeffrey and Julie Osikowicz Robert and Marcella Osikowicz Ronald E. Oswald ’11 and Mallory E. Earle ’14 Robert Over Anthony Ovial D. Jean Owens ’93 and William J. Owens Patrick R. Owens ’15 P.J. Dick, Inc. Carla M. Palamone ’92 Ralph Parks Parkside Creamery, LLC Debbie Parrish Alanna Daniels Parsons ’06 Gwen Partlow Christie Patrice Rich Pegher Maria Pellis Christy L. Pergar ’06 Donna and John Pergar Daniel and Lorraine Pergola Jarrett M. Peters ’18 Mike and Shelly Peterson Peterson Accounting Group, P.C. Alexis C. Petrarca ’18 John and Cynthia Petrarca Maureen and Mark Pettis Marc A. Piche ’15 Pittsburgh Street Beverage Pleasant Unity Pizza David Plecenik Greg Pologruto Kevin Pomian Jane and Joe Pontious
Keagan E. Pontious ’18 Randall and Shannon Powell Michael P. Powers ’10 Andrew J. Poye ’09 Prantl’s B akery Joshua D. Pratt ’08 Chad Price Westley Price Primanti Brothers Jason Profio Kimberly Profio Lester Pullen Corey D. Queen ’11 Re/Max Complete Realty Services, Inc. Zachary Recklein Robert and Rena Reeping Rehab Centre, Inc. Tom Reho Michael and Shelley Ressler Kimlie Rice Garrett Richards ’05 Wendi Ridgway-Price Anika Rieper Don Ringling Roxanne L. Rinier ’80 Rob’s Auto Detailing Caitlin Robbins Robindale Energy Services, Inc. Vivian Rosario Ross Auto Body Catherine Roth Evan Roth Teresa Roth David and Nancy Roy Teresa Roy Beth and Jeffrey Rupert Reagan Rush Rusmur Floors Lucille Russell S&T Bank Larry Sabatula, Jr. Roberto B. Saenz ’07 Maura Barry Salins ’87 Denishia Salter ’06 Donald E. Saunby Carmen Scaramuzzo Jackie L. Scerbo James Scerbo Kelly Schnars Schneider’s Dairy, Inc. Susan M. Sebbane Annette M. Seelhorst Jeff and Paula Seftas Nicholas H. Sell ’16 Stephanie Sell Timothy Selway Vincent J. Semenko ’19 Raymond J. Sero Jo Anne Setting Joseph P. Shaffer ’16 Helen Shaner Casey Shannon ’12 Richard Shapero James and Joyce Shaulis Jeff and Sandy Shaw Ryan and Dayna Shaw Shearer Logistics, LLC
Ralph Shefferly Sheetz Incorporated Michael Shima Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Brad Shrum Side Panel Soccer, Inc. Susan and Daniel Simmers Claire Simmons Christopher Skatell Karen Shanahan Skatell ’91 and Christopher Skatell Andrew R. Skvarca ’06 David Slicher Jamie Slingluff Barbara Sloan Andrew S. Smith and Karen L. Cressman Earl Smith Joan Smith Kris M. Smith ’12 Lauren Smith Mollie and Dan Smith Christopher T. Snyder Jessica Hamilton Snyder ’05 Joshua K. Sobota ’06 and Ellen Fisher-Sobota ’09 Michael Soria ’15 Joseph J. Sowinski ’07 Arick and Karen Spencer Bryan and MaryEllen St.Clair Dena Stafford Leslie Staiger Ryan Staiger James and Judy Stalder Standfast Asset Management, LLC Martin and Bridget Stanners Sean E. Stanners ’18 Tegwen Starks Zackary Stepko Vincent Stockley Tiara K. Stossel ’14 Sarah Kocevar Strang ’79 Charmaine R. Strong Jessica Strong Terri Strong STS Delivery Service, Inc. Mary Stubbs Subway Restaurant, Greensburg Brett A. Sullivan ’15 Brian and Karen Sullivan Tyler Sullivan ’17 Rodney Sunday Rodney and Sharon Swoger Zach D. Talkovic ’08 Team Nauman Wrestling Club Jacob Temple ’18 Artie and Robyn Terry Mike and Tanya Terry Joshua A. Testa ’11 Thermo Twin Daniel and Lynn Thomas J. Russell and Kathleen Thomas Jahquan D. Thompson ’19 Doug Thrower Keith and Suzanne Thrower Kent and Judith Thrower
John and Cathy Toal Ashley Tompkins Roger and Joyce Torgerson Kristen Torpey Toyota of Greensburg Jenni Trapanotto Tom Trempus Jonathan Trenski ’07 Patrick J. Trettel ’10 Linda Trimble James Troy Brian Tucker Roseanne and Scott Tucker Amy and Matt Uecker Michael Uecker United Mine Workers Local 522 Ralph Valentino Douglas J. Vallana Jon VanSlooten Karen A. VanSlyke Siena K. Vanucci ’09 and Gregory D. Vanucci ’10 Alejandro Vargas Samuel E. Vilk ’18 Katherine Villone Elaine Voce Joshua D. Voelker ’11 Elaine M. Voytek ’62 Marjorie and David Voytek Zachary J. Voytek ’17 Garret B. Vrbanic ’17 Michael and Colleen Vrbanic Donald Waltz Collin Wansor Ryan J. Wardropper ’18 Marcie Ware Brian Warheit ’11 Colin Watson ’18 Dustin Watt John W. Watt Georgina Webb Bridgett and Michael Weeks Cory J. Weibel ’07 Richard H. Weimer Cody Weinell Megan F. Weinreber ’18 Wellness on the Point Wellsboro Pediatric Health Care Associates Todd Welsh ’06 Kevin Welty ’12 Christina L. Wendel-Rush and Richard L. Rush E.J. Werner ’11 Edward and Colleen West John and Laura Whalen Wheelblast, Inc. Clinton White ’12 Brandon M. Whitfield ’08 Wilder & Company, Ltd., P.C. Adria Williams Daniel and Christine Williams David and Patricia Williams Diane Williams Williams Home and Hardware Center Melissa and Keith Willochell
Jonathan Wisz Jason and Debra Wolfram Mark Womack Amy Wondolkowski Frank Wondolkowski Colby Wood Douglas Wood ’11 James Wood Valerie Wood Gary and Beverly Woods Lauren Woodward Joseph and Kristina Wrabel Brandon Wright ’17 Daniel R. Wukich ’18 John Yankosky Youngwood Eye Care, Inc. Larry and Carol Zabkar Heidi Zakrzewski ’02 Terrance J. Zameroski, II Linda Zangardi Barbara Zeigler Alycia Zerbe Stephen Zewe ’06 John Zillis Caroline Znaniec Craig Zuccolotto ’19
Coach John Fogle Honored for more than 40 Years of Service
President Mary C. Finger joins with members of Coach John Fogle’s family, including his wife, Jo Ann, and children, J.J. and Jason Fogle and Jamie McGee. John Fogle committed more than 40 years to Seton Hill and its student-athletes – leading him to be named to the university’s very first Hall of Fame Class. So it was fitting that Coach Fogle was honored in a ceremony prior to the 2019 Hall of Fame Dinner. Fogle, who died earlier this year, was memorialized by Seton Hill alumna and artist Nikki Brugnoli ’04, whose portraiture of Fogle now hangs in McKenna Center. Brugnoli played for Fogle on the Seton Hill women’s soccer team. The Fogle family was also presented a portrait of Coach created by Brugnoli. Fogle, who arrived at Seton Hill in 1972 to take the job of Activities Director, served the university in a number of roles – most notably as women’s soccer coach from his founding of the team in 1987 until his retirement in 2015. “What struck me most about John was his sense of humor and his carefree approach to life and athletics,” said Chris Snyder, Executive Director for Athletics. “He deeply cared about the athletes that he coached and had a true passion for this university.” Many Seton Hill donors have made memorial gifts in honor of Coach Fogle – particularly through the Athletics Day of Giving in Spring 2019 – to support current and future Seton Hill student athletes.
Nikki Brugnoli poses with the portrait of Coach John Fogle she created for the McKenna Center.
Addison H. Gibson Foundation Education Block Grant PNC Charitable Trusts Addison H. Gibson Foundation
Campaign for Student Scholarships Seton Hill University thanks the following donors who have created new scholarships or increased existing scholarships by gifts of $10,000 or more during the Campaign for Student Scholarships. The scholarships listed were created or increased as of September 15, 2019. Additional Campaign Scholarships will be listed in a future publication.
Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Melissa and Timothy Alsing Jane Ward Austin ’69 Karen Barkac ’84 Joanne Caterino Beckjord ’71 Patricia and Nick Bell Lisa Pietropaoli Bevington ’86 Jean M. Boggs, SC ’59 Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Donna and James Breisinger Carol R. Brown Cynthia and Lawrence S. Busch Carlow University Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Stephen and Helen Casey Catholic Charities Diocese of Greensburg Central Catholic High School Dennis and Annie Cestra Carrie Coghill Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro Frank DeChellis ’15 Janice E. Decker ’81 Diocese of Pittsburgh Frances L. Donahue Rhodora J. Donahue Duquesne University Linda C. Earnest ’78 Elliott Group Excela Health Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Federated Investors, Inc. Harris Ferris Linda Fiorelli ’74 First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association First Energy Corp. Susan Boyle Fisher ’67 Katherine and Thomas Freyvogel Thomas and Kathleen Freyvogel William and Natalie Freyvogel Matthew J. Galando ’04 Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 Louise Grundish, SC Mary Ann Heneroty Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Hirtle, Callaghan & Company Annette Modar Holder ’01 and Daniel Holder Gabriel and Gloria Hudock A. Richard Kacin Nicole A. Koci ’08 and Armand J. Leonelli ’06 Susanna and Carl Koubek Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) Laurel Valley Graphics
Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Erin and Jared Leland Jennifer Lundy-Briggs Mary Lou McLaughlin ’06 Rose-Marie Weibel Merz ’60 Rosemary Miller Rebecca and Derek Mousseau Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 and Carl Melella Iva Munk ’88 and Milton Munk Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 Rhodora and Theodore Noethling Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D. Maureen S. O’Brien Oakland Catholic High School Mary Diederich Ott ’65 William and Audia Otto Chris Yurick Piper ’79 and Russell Piper P.J. Dick, Inc. PPG Industries Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Queenan, Jr. Barry Reeger Photography Janet White Robinson ’52 Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr. Catharine Murray Ryan and John T. Ryan, III S&T Bank Saint Vincent Archabbey and College Jane Sarra Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Rebecca Cost Snyder St. Anne Home James and Judith A. Stalder Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Charmaine R. Strong Michael and Linn Swanson Tucker Arensberg, P.C. Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 and Paul Uhrinek UPMC Ruth Ann Wargofchik Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko Nancy Amorose Memorial Endowed Scholarship A&S Carpet Collection Michelle and Tim Aarons Advanced Medical Equipment, LLC Raymond and Julie Alakson Melissa and Timothy Alsing Mark and Pam Alvey Stacie L. Amorose Vincent and Barbara Amorose Joseph P. Bellack Carol J. Billman ’95 and Fred R. Billman Rachel J. Blais, SC Jamie and Michael Bostard
Terri L. Bostard Timothy and Melissa Bostard Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Charles and Rosemarie Catullo Scott and Darlene Cearns Paul and Sarah Corridoni Judith W. Cromer Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro Robert and Amy DeMichiei Carmen and Cheryl Dott Tracy B. Elliott William S. Ferraro Mary C. Finger and David Paris Carole T. Fisher Russell and Heather Fry Mira and Brad Funari Michael and Michelle Giarrusso William and Sarah Graham Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 Louise Grundish, SC Clement A. Guarlotti Colette Hanlon, SC ’63 Grace Hartzog, SC ’71 Julie Heckman Scott and Kathleen Hoener Annette Modar Holder ’01 and Daniel Holder David and Beth Houpt Rebecca J. Hoyle Judith E. Jadot Richard and Ann Kalik Dean and Ellen Kelley David and Mary Kettering Donald and Patricia Kettering Joseph M. Kettering Jennifer Kettering Damian and Angela Knauff Carl and Nancy Laughery Joseph Leonello, Jr. Vivien Linkhauer, SC ’67 Lynne and Laurence Lippincott David and Christine Lomicka Tracey L. Lusk Nedra R. Macioce Glenn and Julie Mannion William and Belva Marco Traci Matejevich Patrick J. McGivern Gary and Robin McGrath Charles and Vera McLeod Kathleen and Marvin Mensch Ted and Janet Merlino John and Phyllis Mrosco Christine M. Mueseler Mary Jo Mutschler, SC ’69 Ryan and Renee Negri Colleen Noonan Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Michael and Evelyn Palumbo Donna M. Pembrooke James and Christina Poe Jennifer Reeger Oscar and Patricia Reyna Rohrich Cadillac Mark and Karen Rose-Roper Breanna Kelly Salvio ’16 Kenneth and Geraldine Seibert
Eric and Amy Seigh Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Daniel and Barbara Shipman Laura W. Sigurdsson Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Steven and Linda Skarupa Rebecca C. Snyder Keli Kovalcik Spiegel ’93 and Erik Spiegel Thomas and Mary Stinelli Richard and Shawn Straub Joseph and Vallie Strednak Gary and Laura Uncapher Richard and Lori Vickroy Anita and Andre Walters Michael and Mary Washowich Patricia M. Weinert Sally S. Wellman William and Carol Wentzel Tracey Wilkinson Karen Farmer White Darcia Williamson Nancy Woodward Alexis Wukich Dane and Beverly Wukich Daniel J. Wukich Tammy and Daniel P. Wukich Richard M. Wukich Paul and Mary Wynkoop Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Anonymous Centennial Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Endowed Scholarship Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Jane Ward Austin ’69 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Barbara Foster Ward ’39 Jane Ward Austin ’69 Karen Barkac ’84 Endowed Scholarship In Honor of Michael and Lois Barkac Karen Barkac ’84 PPG Industries Foundation Miguel J. Bauza and Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 Endowed Scholarship Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 and Miguel J. Bauza Robin Heffernan Beck Endowed Scholarship Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck Mary Jones Bergin ’35 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Margaret Bergin O’Connor ’69 Cynthia W. Black ’76 Scholarship Cynthia Wills Black ’76 Your Cause, LLC
Katherine M. Bloomgren ’14 Endowed Scholarship Michael and Deborah Bloomgren RADM Ronne Zasadni Froman Blue, USN ’69 Endowed Scholarship General Atomics Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue ’69 and Linden Blue Anne Sloan Borland ’49 Memorial/Wolf-Kuhn Foundation Endowed Scholarship M. Rosaire Wilker, SC ’58 Wolf-Kuhn Foundation JoAnne Woodyard Boyle, Ph.D. ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Anonymous Melissa and Timothy Alsing Applebox Studios Michael Arnzen Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 Eileen Bartolomucci Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga ’57 James and Kathleen Bendel Arthur J. Boyle, Jr. Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee Elaine G. Bryan ’84 Francesca Cantarini ’99 Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat ’59 Sally Leete Clarke ’57 Mary Kay Agamedi Cooper ’92 and Eric Cooper Jennifer Rodal Costa ’94 John and Karen Cramer Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro Christine L. Cusick Sara Gill Cutting ’62 Robert and Amy DeMichiei John R. Echement Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland Debra Faszer-McMahon Constance Sullivan Fearon ’51 Diane Sandzimier Figg ’81 Mary C. Finger and David Paris Bernadette Fondy ’69 Carole Herwood Gilardi ’59 Linda Y. Gouaze ’65 Marjorie C. Gross ’67 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Carol Taschler Harkins ’57 Andrea M. Ansell Hay ’07 Donald M. Henderson Richard and Sande Hendricks H. Phipps Hoffstot, III Linda and E. Patrick Howard Lee Jamison A. Richard Kacin Alice Kaylor ’73 Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Peggy and Dennis Kuhnemund Patricia A. Landers ’55 Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69
Joan Patchan Lunifeld ’57 Loretta Trese Maley ’66 Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Lee Tobin McClain Arthur H. Meehan Theresa Smarrella Metcalf ’57 Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Christine M. Mueseler Tomi Ann Nolan ’54 Maureen S. O’Brien Helen F. O’Connor ’49 Joy Cocchiola Pankin ’68 Laura S. Patterson Helen Gannon Pflaum ’62 Pittsburgh Foundation Stephanie J. Powers ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Queenan, Jr. Anne Ruff Quirk ’56 Jennifer Reeger Jean A. Robinson Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr. Gregg and Monique Rosen Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Scalise Real Estate Ralph A. Scalise Curt Scheib Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Sara Radford Shea ’56 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Adelaide Briley Smith ’54 Judith M. Stanley ’58 Nancy and George Stewart Anne E. Sullivan Christian J. Swango United Way of Southwestern PA Walden Trust Molly and Joseph Walton Susan Dzurisin White ’68 Diane Zeiger Mary Susan Bradley Endowed Scholarship Mary Susan Bradley ’69 Carl W. Brown, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Carl Wallace Brown + Robert M. Brownlee Endowed Scholarship Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee Lillian J. Calistri ’29 Scholarship Calistri Family Foundation Mary Lou Campana Family Annual Fund Scholarship Trixie Puff Foundation Dale E. and Pearl Chew Carroll Endowed Memorial Scholarship Laurie Ann Carroll ’81
Centennial Music Department Endowed Scholarship In Honor of The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Carly Litvik Brambila ’06 Kathleen M. Campbell ’80 Daniel P. Casebeer Brett D. Cuddy ’18 Carla M. DellaPenna ’87 Dana J. Elmendorf Debra Faszer-McMahon Sylvia Bachert Forsyth ’60 Laurie Fox Nancy Repasky Gorinski ’77 Lisa Steck Helsel ’80 Barbara C. Hinkle Beverly and George Hritz Bethany Hudak Hughes ’00 Shirley and Marvin Huls Carole and Glenn Johnson Natalie Robertshaw Kelley ’80 Tracy Hauger Keys ’92 and Drew Keys Linda J. Kosko ’14 Edward M. Kuhn Patricia G. Manno ’00 Carolyn Allgeier Melby ’62 Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Christopher M. Parfitt ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Pedicone Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association Westmoreland Chapter James P. Riggs ’93 Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo ’76 Charles and Alice Rulapaugh Curt Scheib George Shaner Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill TaMara and John Swank, Jr. Larry Taylor ’95 Mary Yeager Travers ’53 Theresa Verteramo Varrato ’58 Class of 1964 Legacy Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth McDonough Baker ’64 Patricia L. Barey ’64 Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Therese Burson ’64 Ruth Ann Collins ’64 Mary Ann Corbo Connors ’64 Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Donald F. Furgerson ’64 Roberta Fitzgerald Grant ’64 Bonnie J. Harshbarger ’64 Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 Barbara Edwards MacKenzie ’64 Diana Murphy-Greiner ’64 Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Paula Kiles Newman ’64 Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Mary Liz Allen Richardson ’64 Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64
Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia Kathryn Haas Stukus ’64 Class of 1964 Legacy Annual Scholarship Anonymous M. Majda Tavcar Ambrozic ’64 Elizabeth McDonough Baker ’64 Mary Elizabeth Reilly Barrett ’64 Sharon Brewer ’64 Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Therese Burson ’64 Mary Ann Corbo Connors ’64 Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Antoinette Pace Durkin ’64 Joan Markey Fitzgerald ’64 Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Donald F. Furgerson Nancy Flowers Geist ’65 Roberta Fitzgerald Grant ’64 Norene Halvonik ’64 Bonnie J. Harshbarger ’64 Brenda Bergquist Kessler ’64 and John W. Kessler Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Mary Ellen Hau Nemo ’64 Rachel Conroy Noblett ’64 Mary Allen Richardson ’64 Jeraldine Stein Romeo ’64 Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64 Kathleen M. Whalen-Eaton ’64 Class of 1968 Forward Fund Susan Aljoe ’68 Genevieve McNally Becker ’69 Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68 Paulette Bifano Berret ’68 Theresa Twaddle Buchanan ’68 Mary Ann Fisher Buck ’68 Jean Kessel Chapas ’68 Seton Hill College Class of 1968 Elaine Barno Closser ’68 Ann Nokes Crane ’68 Marjorie Eckman ’68 Sue Ellen Evans ’68 Jane Duffy Frenke ’68 Joan Malek Gmiter ’68 Danielle R. Goyette ’68 Mary Elizabeth Salopek Greenwood ’68 Carol Guglielm ’68 Diana Gullette-Lloyd ’68 Dorothy McKool Hazen ’68 Dorothy A. Jacko, SC ’68 + Janis Mancuso Jensen ’68 Judith Giannone Kane ’68 Donna Ferry Koenig ’68 Monica M. Kolasa ’68 Carol Ann Leshock ’68 Bernadette Malinoski ’68 Carol McKool Marlin ’68 Virginia Segedy McConnell ’68 Kathleen Talley McKenna ’68 Kathleen Murphy Meyers ’68 Nancy C. O’Neill-Ahearn ’68 Joy Cocchiola Pankin ’68 Joanne Dobson Pontani ’68 Patricia Coons Rumon ’68
Mary Lou Kerr Sarber ’68 Judith A. Slack ’68 Mary Ann Sullenberger ’68 Ellen Newmyer Sullivan ’68 Diane Planisek Summey ’68 Gretchen Tambellini ’68 Antoinette Barila Thompson ’68 Theresa M. Tobin ’68 Viera Novak Trapp ’68 Ann Trexler ’68 Kathryn Istvan Valero ’68 Judy Wagner Velky ’68 Mary Jo Repasky Wright ’68 Community Advocate Scholarship Fund Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Captain John Patrick Conroy (USN) Memorial Scholarship Mary Ann and James P. McQuade Corsetti-DeChellis Family Endowed Scholarship Tim and Maryellen Baker Martin F. Barkin Patricia Barron Linda and Thomas Boyle Diane Britz Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Cynthia A. Champ Helen Corsetti + Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Patricia J. Cunningham Frank DeChellis ’14 Lawrence Deering Steven and Mary Lynn Dewick Debra A. Donley ’75 Michele A. Fiorillo Ian Frazier Janis Price Frazier ’76 James and Karen Greb Mary Ann Haney Paul and Rosanne Henry Holy Family Institute Robert and Selina Johnson Cameron Levkoff Molinaro Thomas and Grace Murphy Victoria C. Palm Michael and Kathleen Pennesi Carl Price Dorothy Price Jo Ann and Charles Queenan, Jr. Robert and Annette Ramsey Mark and Carole Shepard Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Clyde Smith Christopher and Nancy Spang Sheree Toth Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Lawrence H. White Eveline L. York Joan and Gilbert Zilner Mary Cottingham Memorial Endowed Scholarship Anonymous
Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 Endowed Scholarship Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 + Linda B. Motz Society of Women Engineers Tropical Sands Accommodations Kathy Zelkovich
Eva Fleischner Leslie and Hans Fleischner Wilda K. Kaylor ’71
Mary A. Downey ’51 Endowed Scholarship Spiesman-Klein Family
Funari Family Scholarship Josie Funari Mira and Brad Funari
Jean Ann Draffen Earley ’48 Endowed Scholarship Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Duke University Sarah and Anthony F. Earley, Jr. Mary Klotman
Patricia Acquaviva Gabow, M.D. Endowed Scholarship Denver Foundation Patricia Acquaviva Gabow ’65
Linda C. Earnest ’78 Endowed Scholarship Linda C. Earnest ’78 Margaret DiVirgilio ’80 Emergency Financial Aid Fund Salvitti Family Foundation E. Ronald Salvitti Enchanted Life Foundation Scholarships Enchanted Life Foundation Robert W. and Pamela Errett Endowed Scholarship Robert W. Errett ’03 Christine Delegram Farrell Scholarship Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris Fette Endowed Scholarship Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris Fette Jean M. Finger Endowed Scholarship Melissa and Timothy Alsing Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Imogene L. Cathey Mary C. Finger and David Paris Brett Freshour Vivien Linkhauer, SC Jennifer Lundy-Briggs Christine M. Mueseler Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Frank J. and Margaret R. Firsching Memorial Endowed Scholarship Marjorie Firsching Shipe ’47 + First Commonwealth Bank Endowed Scholarship First Commonwealth Bank Eva Fleischner, Ph.D. Endowed Fund for Visiting Scholars & Students in Holocaust and Genocide Studies Timothy Crain
Bernadette R. Fondy Endowed Scholarship Bernadette Fondy ’69
Fabiola Zahuranec Gornik and Louis J. Gornik, Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Ruth O’Block Grant Endowed Scholarship Program Verstandig Family Foundation Walter M. Grushesky ’98 Endowed Scholarship Walter M. Grushesky ’98 John and Nora Hanle Endowed Scholarship Eileen Hanley Breen ’45+ James Stauss Nancy Gregory and Donald Hazlett Endowed Music Scholarship Anonymous Timothy and Marsha Bixer Community Foundation of Louisville Community Foundation of Westmoreland County DKN Architects Brian and Stephanie Donhoff Donald G. Hazlett + Mary Ann and Scott Hazlett N. Deborah Hazlett Tim and Leslie Hazlett Charles Horertz James P. Riggs ’93 Robert L. Royer Milan Savkovich Jean K. Shockey Steve and Maria Shockey Edward D. Showalter Patricia C. Wardell Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP Edgar B. Highberger and Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 Endowed Scholarship BNY Mellon Pershing Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger Edgar B. Highberger Endowed Music Scholarship Anonymous Megan E. Ambrose ’00 American Guild of Organists Pittsburgh Chapter
American Guild of Organists Westmoreland Chapter Reverend and Mrs. Hans Andrae Sylvia and Martin Ankrum Richard and Cheryl Baker Edward and Louise Bastille Nicholas and Carol Behun Robert E. Benner Joel and Jean Blice Thomas and Toni Boord Jean R. Bunting ’86 Harry and Sarah Campbell Arthur and Shelia Caramella Sylvia K. Carlson Margaret K. and Robert M. Carpenter Anne H. Coiner ’93 Sandra L. Cole Daniel M. Collier Gabriel and Kelly Doman Carolyn S. Falcon Sandra Finley ’87 Eugene Forish ’09 Anita Garr Washington and Dorothy Gjebre Terrence and Jeanie Graft Charles and Janet Graham Jacob Gruss Betty W. Hammer Betty G. Harrold Martha R. Hawk ’89 Donald Hayward John and Carol Henry Thomas and Joanne Hershey Elizabeth B. Hoeldtke Raymond and Karen Huey Ruth Hughes ’02 Shirley and Marvin Huls Robin Jennings Deborah Yackovich Johnston ’81 Michelle Kardos ’16 John Kautz Robert and Arlene Kendra Susan and Jeffrey Laughlin Lawrence W. Leonard Colleen Lissy Patricia G. Manno ’00 Sharon Donaldson Marks ’83 and Robert J. Marks Robert and Tracy Marschik Beth McAtee Terrance and Wendy McCann Robert S. McKie Richard and Janet McNerny Debra Barra Morley ’79 Sheryl E. Nagy Teresa Neff ’84 Justin D. Norris ’06 Frances A. Olinger Cameron M. Pampus ’15 Ruth E. Poscich Sara A. Rager James P. Riggs ’93 Charles and Hettie Robinson Carl W. Ross Jan Rupp John Salveson Wilson and Julia Saul William and Lori Saul Vivian Schwing + Deceased
Belinda M. Sedlak William Siebert Cynthia M. Somple M. Patricia Stephanik James and Florence Stitt Jeanne C. Suehr ’85 Larry Taylor ’95 Amy Beth Templeton James and Alice Templeton Brad and Diane Thompson Joan Toomey Susan W. Trafford Stephanie Riley Turin ’88 and Todd Turin Linda and Jerry Urbani Elsie Vanetta Robert D. Walker Nancy E. Wallace Helen L. Walter Lois Ann Watson Hollowood Grant Kate Moloney ’69 Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Mary Jane Mock Huttinger ’42, Alice Mock Beckman ’37, and Marian Mock Feist ’42 Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 and James Huttinger Barry and Patricia Ilse Annual Scholarship Barry and Patricia Ilse Barry and Patricia IIse Endowed Scholarship Barry and Patricia Ilse Infanger Research Endowed Fund Josie Funari GE Foundation Dolores P. and Frank C. Infanger M. Ellen Steward Pentz ’72 Cleta Horn Schmitt ’74 Janice L. Stamm ’97 Nancy Boerio Iorizzo and Robert P. Iorizzo Internship Fund Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Nancy Boerio Iorizzo and Robert P. Iorizzo Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Angeline and Frank Boerio Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Beth Ann Johnson Memorial Scholarship Carole and Glenn Johnson Elizabeth Campalong Karl ’68 Endowed Scholarship Thomas L. Clouse Marjorie Eckman ’68 Dolores Krasovec Fernandez ’68 Norene Halvonik ’64 David P. Karl
Becky T. Kerns ’48 Roy Kruse Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Richard and Eleanore Pearson Dean and Judith Rossi Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Karen Venis Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Evelyn B. Kaufman Foundation Becky Kerns ’48 Endowed Scholarship Becky T. Kerns Mary-Margaret Kerns Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus Basic Science Fund for Women Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 and Gerald Lazarus, M.D. Bernice Ferrante Lewis and Floyd Lee Lewis Scholarship Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Endowed Scholarship for Nutrition, Food Science and Dietetics Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Frank and Regina Magda Endowed Scholarship Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D. Sr. Jeremy Mahla, SC Endowed Memorial Scholarship M. Jeremy Mahla, SC + Michel Pawlosky Maiers ’98 Endowed Scholarship Michel Pawlosky Maiers ’98 Youngwood Eye Care, Inc. Jacinta Mann Endowed Scholarship Fund for Future Setonians Jane Ward Austin ’69 Barbara Bensel Blasi ’68 Louise Grobl Jacinta Mann + Ruth Conley McDonald ’65 Jane Miller Martha Raak ’97 Margaret R. Ruppert Gene A. and Iva Jean Saraceni Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Marie McGavin Thaler ’68 Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 Scholarship John Mazero Lynna and Joseph Mazero Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51
Harvey and Karman Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship Janet Miller Rosemary Miller Ross S. Miller James H. Pirlo ’07 Cheryl and Remy Schoone Walter and Kathleen Skero Rose M. Young Miscellaneous Scholarships Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Pennsylvania The Presser Foundation Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Fred Moore Annual Scholarship Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Alfred Moore Christine M. Mueseler Endowed Scholarship Erica Hainesworth Adams ’09 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Mary Ross Cox ’99 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Amy Metz Christine M. Mueseler Christy L. Pergar ’06 James H. Pirlo ’07 Jennifer Reeger Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Lisa Seremet Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Kris M. Smith ’12 Ashley and Brock Zwierzelewski Excellence in English Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Sr. Miriam Joseph Murphy, SC Marianne Drott Squyres ’62 Maggie Murray Memorial Volleyball Scholarship Evan E. Adair Mary Jane Antoon Richard and Amy Beckman Audrey and Gregory Bisignani Jane Cowell Jeffery and Veronica Dunn Erie Runners Club Mira and Brad Funari Gilles Smith Perdum Insurance Agency, LLC Darlene Grandinetti Great Lakes Automation Services, Inc. Richard and Valerie Hall Patrick and Patricia Howard Angela M. Krak ’18 Lager Cafe, Inc. Thomas and Mari Langer Joan F. Lasher Richard and Angela Lathroum Keith and Ann Lawrence Mary E. Loncharic Anne M. McCormick Timothy and Laurie McKernan Michele Mellick ’16
Francis and Nancy Mifsud Terry J. Miller James and Marlo Moeller Charlotte and Dennis Morgret Alexandra Murray Brian Murray Mary Murray Eden Olson ’18 Edward and Christine Palattella Margaret Paterson Jason and Jennifer Roeback Nancy and Patrick Scully Virginia P. Snyder David and Kimberly Soule Garner and Kathleen Tarbell Kirk and Christina Warner Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Internship, Research and Study Abroad Annual Scholarship Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Internship, Research and Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship Freddie Mac Gary and Sharon Malacane Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 Endowed Scholarship Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 and Wally Nunn Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien Patricia O’Donoghue Endowed Scholarship Patricia O’Donoghue Mary and James O’Neil Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth Costello Amaris Mary L. O’Neil Costello ’55 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Mary C. Reese Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Endowed Scholarship Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Andrea Pascale Endowed Scholarship Andrea Pascale ’61 Wilma and Robert Patterson Scholarship Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill James H. Pirlo ’07 Endowed Scholarship Janet Miller
Rosemary Miller James H. Pirlo ’07 Anthony Plesha, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Cathy Plesha ’73 Gloria F. and Arthur J. Pollock Endowed Scholarship for Study Abroad Buttercup & Thistle, LLC Linda Fiorelli ’74 Elizabeth Haradon Aaron and Christina Pollock Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur J. Pollock Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Sr. M. Deborah Kelly, SC ’42 Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Helen Dayton Quigley ’49 Basketball MVP Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Quigley Helen Normile Quinlan Endowed Scholarship Lawrence and Karen Anderson Benevity Community Impact Fund Jacqueline C. Bradley Marianne Bragg Andrew and Lisa Briggs Arlene M. Burgess Margaret Butler Henry and Carolyn Byrd John and Mary Clavin William and Debra Cooper Janet A. Delbridge Victor Falcetti Carole Herwood Gilardi ’59 Michael and Deborah Groenhout Todd and Janet Gustafson Francis and Charlotte Hammond Susan M. Harmon Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. Thomas and Joan Irwin S. Meredith and Beverly Johnson Sara A. Keaton Paul and Ann Linehan Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer ’59 and Victor L. Ludmerer Thomas and Linda May Janice F. Mayhew Milford Special Needs Club Virginia S. Nolan Margaret Normile Martin and Elaine Normile Elizabeth Purinton Richard S. Quinlan Michael and Francee Quinlan James and Nancy Sandahl Patricia Palmer Schimmel ’59 Janice M. Sellards Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko H. Gordon and Marcella Starkey Walter and Leslie Strong Donald and Mary Anne Thacker
William and Patricia Tovell R. Lane and Brenda Ware James and Judith Witmer Barbara Wrobel Michele Moore Ridge ’69 Endowed Scholarship Michele Moore Ridge ’69 and The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge Alice Edwards Riley ’30 Endowed Music Scholarship Katherine L. Riley Ryan Campus Ministry Endowment for Student Programming Catharine Murray Ryan and John T. Ryan, III Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 Endowed Memorial Scholarship E. Ronald Salvitti II E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. and Diann Salvitti Salvitti Family Foundation Joseph Scaturro Memorial Endowed Scholarship Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Florence Marie Scott Biology Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Beth Shapiro Leslie Shapiro Louis Shapiro Robert and Debbie Shapiro Florence Smith Michele Stachowiak Savannah River Nuclear Solutions LLC Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Charles and Nancy Anderson Sheila M. Angel ’00 Dawn McClowry Aul ’60 Eileen L. Barry ’60 Martha Imlay Bernardi ’60 Vera Bonnet Christine Fusca Boova ’42 Mary Jo Ruefle Brecht ’77 and Timothy M. Brecht Carol Ann Smith Brereton ’60 Mary Ann Fisher Buck ’68 Elizabeth Deignan Budney ’60 Patricia Soentgen Bunnell ’60 Rebecca R. Campbell Francesca Cantarini ’99 Kathleen Ferrari Catalano ’59 Gene Ciafre Lynn Conroy ’58 Jeanne Mullin Cook ’44 Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Marilyn and James A. Davis Marilyn Riccardo Dawson ’77 Patricia Policicchio DeConcilis ’72 Linda J. Delia ’69 Denise Plante Deshaies ’60 Therese L. duBreuil ’77
John R. Echement Carolyn S. Falcon Joanne D’Itri Fantone ’78 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Bonnie Mesaros Ferris ’77 Sylvia Hill Fields ’78 and Freddie Fields Leslie and Hans Fleischner Eugene Forish ’09 Marlene Ward Frey ’60 Josie Funari Joanne Bergamasco Gabriel ’60 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Shoshana and Robert Halden Susan Prosperi Hickey ’76 Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger Shirley B. and Marvin J. Huls Dennis and Linda Hurwitz Barbara Visaggio Jorden ’60 Alice Kaylor ’73 Barbara L. Kennedy Katherine J. Kersten Lee and Jane Klingenberg Donna Ferry Koenig ’68 Patricia Kooser-Wall James and Eileen Kopelman Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58 Morrison and Rosemary Lewis Lisa and Frank Lotito Joyce A. MacGregor Marta Maxwell Maher ’83 Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Janet Nipaver Martha ’71 Frances Howard Marze ’60 Barbara McDermott ’77 Denise V. McGill ’77 Deborah Dzombak McMahon ’77 Michael and Stacy Mendler Rose-Marie Weibel Merz ’60 Andrea Reynolds Michaux ’77 Maria Mickwitz ’60 Rosemary Miller Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Laura Vercek Mitoch ’77 Sharon E. Moore Donald and Janet Moritz Christine M. Mueseler Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan ’60 Lillie Pang ’77 Mary Ciarrocca Pendleton ’77 Joan and Fred Pittman Pittsburgh Foundation Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich ’77 Martha Raak ’97 Jennifer Reeger Necee Regis ’77 Maryellen Regis-Civetta ’62 Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr. Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Lorraine Sculco Louis Shapiro Kay Shotts Shedwick ’60 Jocelyn Howard Sinopoli ’77 Vernet Spence-Brown Kathy Luketich Stem ’77 Lenore McGinley Stepenosky ’60
Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Angeles L. Stiteler ’65 Barbara Stover Kathaleen B. Strotmeyer Monica Stynchula ’82 Lula M. Sweeney ’95 Virginia Nickel Tobin ’60 Michelle Campbell Toohey ’72 and George M. Toohey Margretta Stokes Tucker ’77 Marianne Randolph Unanue ’60 Thomas G. Voss Russell and Susan Walker Mary Jane Gresser Webster ’60 Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Carol and Ernest Westwood Debra Boring Woods ’98 Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Mary Just Zappone ’71 Rosemarie Evankovich Zaydak ’77 Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Endowed Scholarship Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Robb Shimko Family Scholarship Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Alberta Albrecht Siemiatkoski Endowment Fund Alberta Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51 Sisters of Charity Scholarship Anonymous Susan Jenny, SC ’66 Catherine Meinert, SC ’71 Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians Beatrice Ann Parenti, SC ’69 Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Florence Fiori and Marguerite Fiori Slavonia Memorial Music Scholarship Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia Nancy J. Kasuba Smith ’69 Endowed Scholarship Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Janice Flood Nichols ’69 and David Nichols Barbara Kutch Pryle ’69 Michael R. Racko Richard J. Schulte Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Clyde Smith Michael J. Tulley, Jr. Patricia Cosgrove Young ’69 Perry C. Smith M.D. and Mary O’Hare Smith Endowed Scholarship J. Donald and Agnes Delach Pauline Gaffney Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Palermo/Kissinger & Associates, P.C.
John Pirris Mary P. Rubino Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 + Winifred Ursini Adrian and Phyllis Vanstrien Patricia Smiy ’78 Annual Scholarship for Sacred Music Covington Investment Advisors, Inc. Patricia A. Smiy ’78 Patricia A. Smiy Foundation Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Scholarship Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Rebecca Cost Snyder Endowed Scholarship Rebecca Cost Snyder Ellen Spain Endowed Scholarship Ellen Spain ’08 Spellman, McGrath, McGurty Endowed Scholarship John E. “Jack” and Brigitte McGrath Sean E. Stanners Endowed Scholarship Bridget and Martin Stanners Mary Claire Stanners Leslie Stevens Scholarship for Adult Students Alicia Baranik Lea and Jimmy Baranik Lee and Paula Baranik Timothy A. Bracken Kathryn Loughran Cala ’79 and Greg Cala Kathleen Hockycko Catalano ’73 Drs. John Charley and Margaret Horning Anthony W. Cherrone Aaron and Beth Conway Richard and Sandra D’Ottavio Scott Davis Carmine Coco De Young ’73 Richard and Susan Disante Joseph and Patricia Donahoe E-Benefits Solutions Patrick and Patricia Fallon Colleen and Mark Feigel Matthew and Kimberly Feigel William and Erin Fischer Anne M. Fleming David and Sara Gardner Robert and Judith Goda Marlene K. Grasha ’09 Dallas C. Hipple IBM Corporation David and Tina Karl Robert and Patricia King Mark Kochvar Mark E. Lopushansky Gary and Sandy Macioce
Mars Bank Jana Martino Marc and Karen Massa Jim and Patti McRickard Donald M. Mower Robert Obradovich, D.M.D., LLC Michael and Constance Ordower Jennifer Pacione Dante and Toni Pellegrini Barbara and David Pezze James H. Pirlo ’07 Damian and Allison Rippole Molly and Justin Schmotzer Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Bruce and Penny Six Adam Smith Deborah and Steven Snider Jerry and Margaret Soles Cheryl R. Soltis Barb and Jamie Staniscia Kathy Luketich Stem ’77 Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Allen and Sue Stevens John Stevens Gerry Stevens Charmaine R. Strong Richard J. Tito Robert Weamer Brian and Laura Wingard Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 Endowed Scholarship Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Nancy J. Stoner ’57 Endowed Scholarship Nancy J. Stoner ’57
Katherine Klopsch Siler ’70 Rosemary Blum Smith ’70 Rita J. Spisak ’77 James R. Waddell Carol A. Schwalie Walters-Hopkins ’63 Memorial Scholarship Carol Schwalie Walters Hopkins + Donald Hopkins Karen Farmer White Endowed Scholarship Karen Farmer White Douglas J. Wood Memorial Endowed Scholarship Benevity Community Impact Fund Theodore F. Dane, Jr. David and Debbie Delisi J.W. Liken Holdings Eric T. Kreuter Camille and Kathleen Merlino Christina Miller Barbara Sloan Standfast Asset Management, LLC Mark Womack James Wood Valerie Wood Virginia and Daniel Wood Leo and Mary Jane Yochum Scholarship Mary Jane Yochum Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko Scholarship Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko
Sr. Colette Toler, SC ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Jennifer Rodal Costa ’94 Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 PNC Financial Services Group Blanche M. Tully and Katherine M. Tully Stanley Memorial Endowed Scholarship Judith M. Stanley ’58 Scott, Kimberly, Rhianne, and Francesca Vengel Endowed Scholarship Scott M. Vengel Ada Fiorelli Waddell Endowed Fund for Adult Students Judith Burrows Jane Halligan Claesgens ’70 Jacqueline and Donald Diehl Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli John and Charlotte Fong Suzanne Fletcher Gauthier ’70 Elizabeth Haradon Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Kathleen Dziuban Scott ’70
Dear Alumni and Friends, The Seton Hill University Heritage Society recognizes alumni and friends who remember Seton Hill in their wills or through other estate planning arrangements. Individuals who support Seton Hill through leadership gifts to create and support general and scholarship endowment funds are also listed here because these commitments make a lasting difference in the lives of our students and have a positive impact on the long-term financial health of the university. Membership in the Heritage Society is conferred upon Seton Hill’s receipt of confirmation of an individual’s intention to make a planned gift or create a scholarship fund. We are grateful for the steadfast devotion of the alumni and friends who remain engaged in the life of Seton Hill. We acknowledge, in a special way, the following benefactors who have made the decision to name Seton Hill in their estate plans to support students - among them members of the Class of 1969 who celebrated their 50th graduation anniversary earlier this year. For more information about the Heritage Society and how you can have a lasting impact on the lives of Seton Hill students, please reach out to me at email@example.com or at 724-830-4620. As always, your financial planner is the best source of information related to your personal circumstances. Thank you for transforming the lives of our students. All you do for our alma mater is cherished. Sincerely,
Molly Robb Shimko Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Anonymous + Hebron E. Adams Alpha Sigma Lambda + Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Grace F. Platt Arbury Annette Buchwalder Arnold ’67 Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 and John C. Aug Jane Ward Austin ’69 Karen Barkac ’84 + Mary Riker Barnett ’44 Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 and Miguel J. Bauza Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck Janice M. Beckage Constance Gritte Berto ’54 Cynthia Wills Black ’76 and John A. Black, SVC ’76 Deborah and Michael Bloomgren Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue ’69 Bibiana Boerio ’75 Sally Wilkinson Bourg ’52 Arthur J. Boyle, Jr. Mary Susan Bradley ’69 + Eileen Hanley Breen ’45 + Eva Bronner ’44 + Carl Wallace Brown, Jr. Scott L. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee Charlene L. Burns ’80 Therese Burson ’64 Priscilla Crowe Burt ’60 Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Traci Hake Carter ’86 Frederick N. Caughill + Carol Christopher ’55 Paulette A. Ciotti ’74 Class of 1964 Class of 1968 Class of 1977 Lynn Conroy ’58 and Bernard Brown Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 + Helen Corsetti Rosemary Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis + B. Patrick Costello, Esq. Mary L. O’Neil Costello ’55 + Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 + The Honorable Richard D. Cudahy Mary Kathleen Cuneo + Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 + Helene Horovitz Dal Canton ’63 + Rita Burlas Daugherty ’42 Jennifer Salvitti Davis, M.D. Frank DeChellis ’14 Catherine B. and Patrick J. DeCourcy Linda J. Delia ’69 Frances Pellicano DePaul ’58 Patricia Bolosky DeRosa ’60 and Anthony DeRosa Betty Vranjes Dickinson ’55 Claudia Kent Dixon and Jack Dixon Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58 Walter P. Drosjack Carla Harrison Duls ’70 Janet Gaffney Dunstan ’70 Lyn Marie Dwyer, SC ’60
Sarah and Anthony F. Earley, Jr. Linda C. Earnest ’78 Anne M. and Robert Easby-Smith John R. Echement Robert Errett ’03 Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 + Anne F. Favo Frederick R. Favo + Ellen Walsh Ferris ’40 Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris Fette Louise Fichtl ’59 Anna Mae Filkosky Mary C. Finger and David Paris + Gloria T. Fiorelli ’42 Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli + Ralph Fiorelli Susan Boyle Fisher ’67 Eva Fleischner Hans and Leslie Fleischner Bernadette Fondy ’69 + Mary Frederick Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Josie Funari Patricia Acquaviva Gabow ’65 Barry M. Garlitz Gail Harvey Geoghan ’53 Mary Beth Gray Gigler ’70 Jane Gilchrist ’72 Thomas A. Gilchrist Harry K. Gillespie Martha J. and William M. Goodman Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 + Joan M. Graziano ’52 Victoria Marie Gribschaw, SC ’65 Walter M. Grushesky ’98 Hope Hakas Judy and Theodore Hakas Maureen Halloran, SC Norene A. Halvonik ’64 + Margaret Brobst Harrington ’35 William Richard Harrison Suzanne Law Hawes ’56 + Donald Hazlett Tim and Leslie Hazlett Charles Huddleston Heaton, Sr. Rebecca A. Higgins ’79 Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger + Carol Schwaile Walters-Hopkins Donald Hopkins + Roberta Czerwinski Hossbacher ’49 Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 and James Huttinger Mary Sue Hyatt ’70 Barry and Patricia Ilse Ann Infanger, SC ’55 Dolores P. and Frank C. Infanger Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo + Dorothy Jacko, SC ’68 Fritz Jelinek + Madeline Beltrandi Jelinek ’60 Carole and Glenn P. Johnson Genevieve S. Johnson ’74 + Eleanor Hannon Judah ’47 + Melvin Judah + Loretta Juhas ’49 + Mary Elizabeth Vogel Kaiser ’42 + Deceased
+ Robert G. Kaiser David P. Karl + John Kasuba Perpetual Trust of Robert Kaub + Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Mary-Margaret Kerns Jean Vislay Klein ’49 Donna Konias ’86, M.B.A. ’01 Patricia A. Landers ’55 + Erminia LaScala ’49 Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 and Gerald S. Lazarus Victoria Leone Joan Smarrella Levan ’61 Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd L. Lewis Mary and John Liipfert Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 + Mary O’Neil Lutes ’48 + M. Jeremy Mahla, SC Frank V. Maida Michel Pawlosky Maiers ’98 Paula Seabol Maloney ’70 + Jacinta Mann + Margaret Jack Mann ’44 Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 + Charles G. Manoli Rev. Robert J. Marks Laura A. Marshall ’78 James Matan Lillian Archambault Matan ’60 and Tony Matan, M.D. Matan Family Foundation, Inc. Mark Matan + John R. Mazero, M.D. Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 + Elizabeth Langley McDonough ’37 Endowed Trust Fund of Julia McGinniss McGowan ’26 John E. “Jack” McGrath and Brigitte McGrath + Mary Anne Spellman McGrath ’59 Mary Ann and James P. McQuade Robert J. Miller, SVC ’75 Rosemary Miller Kate Moloney ’69 Katie Aikins Monsour ’06 and 2011 Senior Seminar Class Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Fred Moore, SVC ’67 John C. Morrell Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 Christine M. Mueseler Margaret M. Munley ’71 Murray Family Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray, SVC ’84 Mary Jo Mutschler, SC ’69 Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Ned J. Nakles, Jr., Esq. Robert J. Napoli, SVC ’85 Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 Perpetual Trust of Mildred Kumer Neff ’26 + Jean Falk New ’55 J. Robert New Talib Nichiren ’96 Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan ’60
Sally Anne Aurelio Novak ’81 and Albert J. Novak, Jr., SVC ’81 + Dorothy S. Nowling ’36 Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D., SVC ’65 Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 and Wally Nunn Irene O’Brien ’45 Katherine Coleman O’Brien ’57 Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien Margaret Bergin O’Connor ’69 Patricia O’Donoghue Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Carla M. Palamone ’92 Andrea M. Pascale ’61 Patricia Yundt Pelland ’72 + Mary Alberta Schilder Phillips ’30 James H. Pirlo ’07 Cathy Plesha ’73 Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Endowed Trust Fund of Emma McGinniss Powderly ’29 Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Heidi and Matthew R. Quigley, M.D. + Helen Normile Quinlan ’59 Michael and Francee Quinlan Richard S. Quinlan Martha Raak ’97 + Ramen Raak + Mary Louise McSteen Redding ’34 + Charles A. Reese Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Rita M. Reese + Carol Ann Reichgut ’56 Lynn Rettinger, SC ’70 Michele Moore Ridge ’69 and The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge + Alice Edwards Riley ’30 Katherine L. Riley Marie Kish Robinson SJ ’45 Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur J. Rooney, Jr., SVC ’57 Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Lorraine C. Rup ’69 Jeremy Rusnak John C. Rusnak Catharine Murray Ryan and John T. Ryan, III + Mary Janet Ryan, SC ’69 + Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. and Diann Salvitti E. Ronald Salvitti, II John Salvitti Kara Salvitti Conomikes Gene A. and Iva Jean Saraceni Lois Scaglione ’72 Marlene Chelena Scatena ’61 Nancy Favo Schepis ’58 Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Seton Hill University Alumni Advisory Council Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko + Marjorie Firsching Shipe ’47
Beth and Russ Siegelman Alberta Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51 + Claire Rittmeyer Simpson ’44 + Dorcas Johnson Singley ’36 Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia, SVC ’63 Clyde G. Smith, SVC ’68 + Nancy Kasuba Smith ’69 + Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 + Perry C. Smith, M.D., SVC ’50 Patricia Smiy ’78 Rebecca Cost Snyder Ellen Spain ’08 + Jeanne Spencer ’62 Spiesman-Klein Family + Julia Spratt ’48 Marianne Drott Squyres ’62 Andrew G. Stacklin, SVC ’78 Loretta Stana ’64 Judith M. Stanley ’58 Bridget and Martin Stanners Anthony M. Stefano John Stevens + Leslie M. Stevens ’10 Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard A. Stillwagon, SVC ’69 Nancy J. Stoner ’57 Charmaine R. Strong MiRan Surh ’84 Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59 Christine Toretti Marie E. Utzig ’49 Scott Vengel Jan Vernarec Grant Verstandig Toni G. Verstandig James R. Waddell + Dorothy Wistran Walk ’39 Thomas A. Wandrisco Ruth Ann Wargofchik Dora Bearer Weedman-Kerker ’45 Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Donald J. Wentling Karen Farmer White Boyd Wolff + Margaret Garvis Wolff ’53 Daniel J. Wukich Daniel P. and Tammy Wukich Jessica Ybanez-Morano ’84 Julia Yesenosky + Leo W. Yochum Mary Jane Yochum Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Miae Yoo Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko
Seton Hill University Endowed Funds
SCHOLARSHIPS The following is a list of Endowed and Annual Scholarships offered to Seton Hill University students through the generosity of our alumni and friends.
Anonymous Centennial Endowed Scholarship Achieving the Dream Endowed Scholarship Addison Gibson Foundation Scholarship Nancy Amorose Memorial Endowed Scholarship Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Endowed Scholarship Jane Ward Austin ’69 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Barbara Foster Ward ’39 Karen Barkac ’84 Endowed Scholarship In Honor of Michael and Lois Barkac Miguel J. Bauza and Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 Endowed Scholarship Robin Heffernan Beck Endowed Scholarship David Joseph Beckage Memorial Endowed Scholarship Mary Jones Bergin ’35 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Behane Student Aid Fund Ruth and Leo Beitler Scholarship Orlando and Rita Bellisario Scholarship Sister Mary Leon Bettwy Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Leo McManamy Bininger Memorial Endowed Scholarship Cynthia Wills Black ’76 Endowed Scholarship Patricia Jack Blake ’45 Endowed Scholarship Katherine M. Bloomgren ’14 Endowed Scholarship RADM Ronne Zasadni Froman Blue, USN ’69 Endowed Scholarship Sister Rose Irene Boggs Scholarship Anne Sloan Borland ’49 Memorial/Wolf-Kuhn Foundation Endowed Scholarship JoAnne Woodyard Boyle, Ph.D. ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Mary Susan Bradley Endowed Scholarship Carl W. Brown, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Mother Victoria Brown Scholarship Robert M. Brownlee Endowed Scholarship in tribute to the legacy of Sr. Francesca Brownlee Catherine Kennedy Brunot ’31 Endowed Scholarship Frances Bucciarelli ’70 Endowed Scholarship Sister Margaret Burns ’76 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Joseph C. Cahill Endowed Scholarship Lillian J. Calistri ’29 Endowed Scholarship Dr. Fred T. and Lenora Campana Endowed Scholarship Dale E. and Pearl Chew Carroll Memorial Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth M. Caruthers Endowed Scholarship M.E. Catanzaro Religious Award Centennial Music Department Endowed Scholarship In Honor of The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Carol Christopher ’55 Music Scholarship Class of 1964 Legacy Endowed Scholarship Class of 1968 Forward Fund Class of 1986 Endowed Scholarship Virginia Jack Claxon ’53 Endowed Scholarship Community Advocate Scholarship Fund Margaret Black Connolly, Marion Black Brodie, and Marcia Black Gundrum Scholarship Captain John Patrick Conroy (USN) Memorial Scholarship Established by The James P. and Mary Ann McQuade Family William F. and Laura E. Conroy Endowed Humanities Scholarship Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Endowment Fund for the Future of Seton Hill University Students Corsetti-DeChellis Family Endowed Scholarship Mary Cottingham Memorial Endowed Scholarship James and Mae Crenner Endowed Scholarship Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 Endowed Scholarship Mary Garrigan Cuneo Endowed Scholarship Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 Endowed Scholarship Sister Rose Angela Cunningham Scholarship Frances T. DePaul, Ph.D. and John D. DePaul Scholarship
Diakonia Fund Theology Scholarship Dolan Family Fund Mary A. Downey ’51 Endowed Scholarship Judith Ann Drosjack Memorial Endowed Scholarship Jean Ann Draffen Earley ’48 Endowed Scholarship Linda C. Earnest ’78 Endowed Scholarship Eberly Family Scholarship Fund Robert W. and Pamela Errett Endowed Scholarship Excellence in English Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Sr. Miriam Joseph Murphy, SC Nathaniel and Marguerite Werner Falk Endowed Scholarship Irene S. Farmer Memorial Scholarship Jean L. Farmer ’43 Memorial Scholarship Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Endowed Scholarship Eileen Farrell ’46 Endowed Scholarship Farrell Chair for Innovation in Business Julia and Tony Ferrante Endowed Scholarship Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris Fette Endowed Scholarship Josefa Filkosky Art Scholarship Jean M. Finger Endowed Scholarship Frank J. and Margaret R. Firsching Memorial Endowed Scholarship First Commonwealth Bank Endowed Scholarship Eva Fleischner, Ph.D. Endowed Fund for Visiting Scholars and Students in Holocaust and Genocide Studies Kay Piotrowski Flucker ’33 Endowed Scholarship Bernadette R. Fondy ’69 Endowed Scholarship Funari Family Scholarship Patricia Acquaviva Gabow, M.D. Scholarship Seton Hill University Sisters of Charity Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Memory of Lois E. Gallagher, Mary B. Gallagher and Bernard F. Gallagher, Helen R. Gallagher Petersen, Mildred M. Gallagher Barry, and Rose Agnes McGowan, SC Mildred A. and Carl G. Gardner Memorial Scholarship Isabelle Humphrey Gilchrist Endowed Scholarship Mother Claudia Glenn Scholarship Monsignor Paul J. Glenn Scholarship Goodman-Cunningham Endowed Scholarship Fabiola Zahuranec Gornik and Louis J. Gornik, Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship Ruth O’Block Grant ’54 Endowed Scholarship Fund Ruth O’Block Grant Endowed Scholarship Program with the Verstandig Family Foundation Anna and John S. Graziano Scholarship Walter M. Grushesky ’98 Endowed Scholarship Guardian Angel Endowed Scholarship Faith Marie Hakas ’11 Memorial Music Scholarship Fund James R. Hake Memorial Scholarship Fund for Education John and Nora Hanley Endowed Scholarship William T. and Margaret Brobst Harrington ’35 Endowed Scholarship Nancy Gregory and Donald Hazlett Endowed Music Scholarship William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Hensler-Irvin Scholarship Fund Clare Elizabeth O’Hagan Higgins ’45 Endowed Scholarship Edgar B. Highberger Endowed Music Scholarship Edgar B. and Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 Endowed Scholarship Hollowood Grant Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Mary Jane Mock Huttinger ’42, Alice Mock Beckman ’37 and Marian Mock Feist ’42 Mary Sue Hyatt ’70 Scholarship Fund Wilda Weibel Hyatt ’35 Memorial Scholarship Fund Barry and Patricia Ilse Endowed Scholarship Infanger Endowed Research Scholarship Fund Nancy Boerio Iorizzo and Robert P. Iorizzo Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Angeline and Frank Boerio + Deceased
Beth Ann Johnson Memorial Scholarship Beth Vogel Kaiser Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth Campalong Karl ’68 Endowed Scholarship Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Endowed Scholarship Claudia Callaghan Kent ’37 Endowed Scholarship Sister Noel Kernan Holocaust Endowment Fund Becky Kerns ’48 Endowed Scholarship Harry E. Klein and Jean Vislay Klein ’49 Endowed Scholarship Kolb Family Endowed Scholarship Irma M. Koval Scholarship George Krehlik Endowed Scholarship Marjorie Taylor Lane ’40 Memorial Scholarship Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus Basic Science Fund for Women Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference Endowment Ethel LeFrak Student Scholars of the Holocaust Fund Sister DeChantal Leis Scholarship Bernice Ferrante Lewis and Floyd Lee Lewis Scholarship Dorothy Lombardi Memorial Fund Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Endowed Scholarship for Nutrition, Food Science and Dietetics Frank and Regina Magda Endowed Scholarship Sr. Jeremy Mahla, SC Endowed Memorial Scholarship Michel L. Pawlosky Maiers ’98 Endowed Scholarship Jacinta Mann Endowed Scholarship Fund for Future Setonians Margaret Jack Mann ’44 Endowed Scholarship Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Endowed Scholarship John and Hilda Martino Endowed Music Scholarship Patricia J. Marx Memorial Scholarship Anne Marie Caulfield Matan ’33 Memorial Scholarship Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 Endowed Scholarship McFeely-Rogers Foundation Scholarship Emma and Julia McGinniss Fund Sister M. Maurice McManama Memorial Scholarship Bridget and Joseph McQuade Endowed Scholarship McQuade Moir Endowed Scholarship Fund in Honor of Joe, Ann, and Chris James and Mary Ann McQuade Endowed Scholarship for the Health Sciences in Honor of Joon Sup Lee, M.D., William Lamb, Jr., D.O., Michel S. Makaroun, M.D., and Lawrence M. Wei, M.D. James and Mary Ann McQuade Endowed Scholarship Fund for Catholic Education in Honor of M. Beatrice McQuade, SC Jim and Mary Ann McQuade Endowed Scholarship for Theology and Pastoral Ministry Studies Sylvia Mooney McQuade Endowed Scholarship Sharon Murphy Mendez ’57 Endowed Scholarship Alice Kamfor Michaels ’52 Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Sister M. Deborah Kelly ’42 Millennium Scholarship Fund Harvey and Karman Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship Christine M. Mueseler Endowed Scholarship Margaret M. Munley Scholarship Sister Miriam Joseph Murphy Scholarship Maggie Murray Memorial Volleyball Endowed Scholarship Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Internship, Research and Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship Fund Mary Anna Carter Myers Scholarship Ned J. Nakles, Sr. Leadership Award for Academic Excellence and Community Service Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 Endowed Scholarship Emma O’Brien Endowed Scholarship Nancy Smith O’Brien SHC ’52 Scholarship Fund in Memory of Ann Featherston Cudahy SHC ’52 Patricia O’Donoghue Endowed Scholarship Mary Hogan O’Neil and James Michael O’Neil Endowed Scholarship
Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Endowed Scholarship Andrea Pascale Endowed Scholarship Josephine Cipriany Patrick Scholarship Kum Rye Park Memorial Scholarship James H. Pirlo ’07 Endowed Scholarship Ruth E. Pivirotto Scholarship Anthony Plesha, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Gloria F. and Arthur J. Pollock Endowed Scholarship for Study Abroad Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Endowed Scholarship in Memory of Sr. M. Deborah Kelly, SC ’42 Helen Dayton Quigley ’49 Basketball MVP Scholarship Fund Helen Normile Quinlan Endowed Scholarship for Education Students Martha Raak Adult Student Endowed Scholarship Mary Louise Redding Scholarship John D. Reese and Katherine Cole Reese Endowed Scholarship Carol Ann Reichgut ’56 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Michele Moore Ridge ’69 Endowed Scholarship Alice Edwards Riley ’30 Endowed Scholarship Fund for Music Mary B. Rusnak ’75 Endowed Scholarship Kenneth P. Rutter Scholarship Ryan Campus Ministry Endowment for Student Programming William Granger Ryan Scholarship for Acting Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Elyse Jeanne Saraceni Memorial Scholarship Gene and Iva Saraceni Fund for Professional Advancement in Theatre and Dance Marlene Chelena Scatena SHC ’61 and Michael Scatena SVC ’61 Endowed Scholarship Joseph Scaturro Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sister Mary T. Schmidt Scholarship Scholarship for Excellence in Teaching Florence Marie Scott Biology Endowed Scholarship Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Endowed Scholarship Seton Hill University Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Fund Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction Alumni Endowed Scholarship Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Endowed Scholarship Mary Elise Sheehan ’51 Endowed Scholarship Robb Shimko Family Scholarship Dorcas Johnson Singley ’36 Endowed Scholarship Sisters of Charity Scholarship Florence Fiori and Marguerite Fiori Slavonia Memorial Music Scholarship Endowment Fund Nancy J. Kasuba Smith ’69 Endowed Scholarship Perry C. Smith, M.D. and Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 Endowed Scholarship Rebecca Cost Snyder Endowed Scholarship Sister Miriam Grace Solomon Scholarship Ellen Spain Endowed Scholarship Spellman McGrath Endowed Scholarship Sean E. Stanners Endowed Scholarship Frances Stefano Memorial Theology Fund Leslie Stevens ’10 Scholarship for Adult Students Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 Endowed Scholarship Nancy J. Stoner ’57 Endowed Scholarship George and Agnes Taylor Memorial Scholarship Sister Diane Temple ’69 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Patricia Thuer ’50 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sister Colette Toler, SC ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Sally Favo Troll ’67 Endowed Scholarship Blanche M. Tully and Katherine M. Tully Stanley Memorial Endowed Scholarship Scott, Kimberly, Rhianna, and Francesca Vengel Endowed Scholarship Mary Hurtik Vernarec Scholarship Ada Fiorelli Waddell ’70 Endowed Fund for Adult Students Nancy Jane King Wandrisco Memorial Endowed Scholarship Carol A. Schwalie Walters-Hopkins ’63 Memorial Endowed Scholarship
Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Alyce Holden Sheridan ’57 Scholarship Westmoreland Symphonic Winds Scholarship Karen Farmer White Endowed Scholarship Sister Leah Wolf Endowed Scholarship Paul B. Wolff Memorial Fund Douglas J. Wood Memorial Endowed Scholarship George Gordon and Josephine Woodyard Endowed Scholarship Dr. Janice Marie Yesenosky ’78 Endowed Scholarship Leo and Mary Jane Yochum Scholarship Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko Scholarship
Annual Scholarships Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL) Adult Degree Program Annual Scholarship Beatrice Bramer Memorial Scholarship Bishop Lawrence E. Brandt, J.C.D., Ph.D. Scholarship Mary Lou Campana Family Annual Fund Scholarship Michael V. Dell Memorial Book Scholarship Fund Margaret Spier Eiler ’41 Memorial Scholarship Emergency Financial Aid Fund Enchanted Life Foundation Scholarship Enchanted Life Foundation Scholarship for Pastoral Ministry Enchanted Life Foundation Scholarship for Sacred Music Josefa Filkosky Memorial Fund for Transfer Students William J. Frederick, Sr. and Dorothy Sweda Frederick Memorial Scholarship Jeffrey A. Gettemy, Jr. ’09 Memorial Scholarship for Theatre and Dance Ellen Marker Greiner ’59 Memorial Scholarship Virginia Baird Highberger Music Scholarship Barry and Patricia Ilse Annual Scholarship Nancy Boerio Iorizzo and Robert P. Iorizzo Internship Fund Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Fund Raymond L. Kuntz Memorial Scholarship Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau Annual Tourism Scholarship Writing Popular Fiction McLaughlin Scholarship Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Alfred P. Moore Annual Scholarship Maggie Murray Memorial Volleyball Annual Scholarship Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Internship, Research and Study Abroad Annual Scholarship Fund Overly’s Country Christmas® Annual Scholarship Wilma and Robert Patterson Memorial Scholarship Presser Foundation Undergraduate Scholar Award Rainy Day Fund Arthur J. Rooney, Jr. Scholarship for Writing Popular Fiction Mary Janet Ryan, SC Scholarship Michael J. Salvatore Scholarship Sculco Family Special Fund Lucille Green Shapiro Yad Vashem Scholarship Edward Slack PPG Directors’ Scholarship Fund Patricia Smiy ’78 Annual Scholarship for Sacred Music Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Scholarship Tree of Life Scholarship Dorothy C. Zewe Scholarship
Seton Hill University
BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2019–2020 Karen Farmer White Chair
The Most Rev. Edward C. Malesic, J.C.L. Honorary Chairman
Catherine Meinert, SC ’71 Vice Chairman
Rebecca Cost Snyder Chair Elect
Louise Grundish, SC Secretary
Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 Rachel Blais, SC Todd D. Brice Robert A. DeMichiei Margaret DiVirgilio ’80 Barbara Einloth, SC ’71 Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Mary C. Finger, ex officio Linda Fiorelli ’74 Matthew J. Galando ’04 Ruth O’Block Grant ’54 Colette Hanlon SC ’63 Grace Hartzog SC ’71 H. Phipps Hoffstot Ill Susan Jenny, SC ’66 Mary Norbert Long, SC ’67 Elizabeth Boyle McDonald Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 Mary Jo Mutschler, SC ’69 Patricia O’Donoghue Kathleen Sarniak-Tanzola ’78 Mary Elizabeth Schrei, SC Frank P. Simpkins James C. Stalder Kym K. Stout Bridget Widdowson ’82 Daniel J. Wukich Jessica Ybanez-Moreno ’84
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