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A Message from the President

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Restoring Lowe’s Historic Treasures

24 Behind the Scenes at The Westmoreland 26 Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 Honored 34 Honor Roll of Donors

departments being the change

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campus news 28 News Briefs

griffin notes 32 Sports Wraps

in memoriam 33 Obituaries

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A MESSAGE FrOM THE PrESiDEnT Dear Alumni and Friends, Last spring, The Allegheny Conference on Community Development released “Inflection Point,” a groundbreaking report on the workforce development needs in the 10-county Pittsburgh region. “Inflection Point” highlighted the changing nature of business and industry in the region and the ways that demographics will lead to a shortage of skilled employees over the next decade. The report is a roadmap for business leaders and educators on the ways we can work together to address the region’s needs and provide our students with the education that will lead to successful careers. When I first read the report, I was struck by the academic programs that Seton Hill offers and others under consideration that address some of the very Over the next 10 years, serious issues facing the region and the evolving marketplace. The Seton Hill Office of Academic Innovation and Planning, and its newlymore than 1.2 million new formed Advisory Board, are a tremendous resource as we develop academic and retrained workers will programs at Seton Hill to address more readily rapid changes in the technology, be needed throughout the healthcare and business sectors. Pittsburgh region to replace In the Fall, we launched a new major in Health Science – offering students concentrations in either pre-med or pre-allied health – to serve Seton Hill’s those entering retirement. growing student population in the Health Sciences and to prepare them for graduate study. This Spring, we launched a new cybersecurity major to educate students in a highly-technical field in need Healthcare support, healthcare of well-educated employees. practitioners and computer Organizations of all types – from financial and math are the areas with the institutions and medical facilities to retail highest need for workers going companies and government agencies – will need cybersecurity analysts to protect forward. At Seton Hill, more confidential data. than 45 percent of first-year Seton Hill’s MBA program now offers students are enrolled in health a fully online component for working sciences programs. professionals, while students can also choose to take their MBA classes on campus or through a hybrid approach.

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The University is also starting new online adult degree programs to provide greater access to higher education for working adults pursuing a bachelor’s degree. As we continue to update our academic offerings to meet workforce needs, we are also mindful that career preparation is an essential component of what students need and that all of our coursework is firmly rooted in the liberal arts. As we prepare students for graduate study or careers, we do so through the lens of the liberal arts. We help to ensure students are creative and critical thinkers who can present their ideas in a thoughtful way while understanding the views of others. Seton Hill’s Career and Professional Development Center worked with faculty to create Fit for the World, a career preparation program that is integrated into the classroom, which recently received recognition as a Model of Excellence by University Business Magazine. Nationally, having a paid internship Rather than waiting for a student’s with a for-profit employer boosted senior year to help them prepare a a graduate’s chances of getting a resume or learn interview skills, the Fit for the World program is integrated job offer and provided a higher into the Seton Hill academic program starting salary when compared by helping students – from the day to the class overall. All Seton Hill they arrive on campus – ensure that students are required to complete they explore a variety of options and an experiential learning activity – take advantage of experiential including an internship, research learning opportunities to prepare them for careers or graduate study. project or study abroad trip – Through Fit for the World, before graduation. freshmen use online career planning tools to evaluate their interests, skills and values to find or confirm a major and make sure they are on the right path. Sophomores learn more about career options from faculty and alumni mentors and through occupational research assignments in their classes. Juniors and seniors focus on experiential learning – through internships, study abroad More than 52 percent of or research. And in senior seminar, students complete a resume and use a mock students who had a paid interview platform to practice their skills. While all of these initiatives are critical to providing a Catholic education in internship at a business the best traditions of the Sisters of Charity, we know too we want our students to received offers, versus 46 have the best learning and living spaces possible. percent of the class overall We continue to implement the Campus Master Plan that will accommodate nationwide. our growing student population.

Cybersecurity is growing at a rapid rate, and the need for information security analysts will grow by 20 percent in the region over the next decade.

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Work is underway on the renovation and restoration of Lowe Dining Hall. Expanded dining facilities and options were students’ No. 1 priority during the master planning process. The project will retain the historic beauty of the much-loved space while providing needed additions that will expand seating for diners and offer students new The Pittsburgh region has 32,000 meeting space. The project should be completed by the Fall. long-term unemployed workers This Spring, we opened the third floor of the JoAnne Woodyard Boyle Health Sciences Center to accommodate who need education to attain additional laboratory and classroom space in biology and higher-wage jobs. chemistry. Everything we do is aimed at helping students find their path to success – a path influenced by many Seton Hill alumni before them. Indeed, Seton Hill alumni have made – and continue to make – a significant impact in industry, finance, business, healthcare, the arts and the nonprofit sector. In this issue of Forward, we are pleased to highlight the accomplishments of 30 extraordinary alumni – all age 30 and younger – who are doing their part to live out the Seton Hill mission. They are improving lives through healthcare and conducting compelling scientific research, creating beautiful art and music, excelling in athletics, thriving in business, and making the lives of others better through service. You will also read about Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74. We were privileged to honor Rosemary with the Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal – Seton Hill University’s highest honor – at Fall Honors Convocation. Rosemary’s work – both personally and professionally – to aid the most vulnerable in our society offers a wonderful example of the Setonian values we hold dear. And, we were delighted her family could be with us – especially her son, Frank DeChellis, a 2015 graduate of Seton Hill currently working at Pittsburgh’s Warhol Museum. The alumni featured in this edition are among the many living the University’s mission each day. Our faculty and staff continue to work to help our future graduates do the same. Your continuing involvement in the life of Seton Hill makes a meaningful difference in all that we do. Thank you for all you do to advance our students and the Catholic, Setonian education we cherish. Hazard Yet Forward,

Mary C. Finger, Ed.D.

Sources: Allegheny Conference on Community Development’s Inflection Point Report and National Association of Colleges and Employers’ Class of 2016 Student Survey Report.

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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.

Alison Reppert Gerber Class of 2009 Preservation Coordinator, Smithsonian institution Archives Columbia, Md.

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Lauren Dorsch’s job with Bayer Corporation is all about building relationships. “Whether it's with co-workers, journalists, nonprofits in our community, PR agencies or industry partners, my ability to enhance, maintain and defend the Bayer brand depends on the relationships I build and am able to maintain,” says Lauren, who oversees communications for Bayer’s U.S. Animal Health Business, which supplies health products both for pets and livestock. In her job for the maker of such products as K9 Advantix II and Seresto, Lauren is responsible for media relations, community affairs, management of image and reputation, social media and employee communication. She started in Pittsburgh just after graduating with a communication degree from Seton Hill and moved to Kansas City in 2012. Lauren – who earned a master's of public health administration from the University of Missouri Kansas City – learned many of these relational skills during her college years in Greensburg. She is especially thankful for the lessons and mentorship provided by communication professor Frank Klapak. “Seton Hill taught me about people and building relationships – in the classroom, in the cafeteria, on the field hockey field and in the dorms – you have to put into relationships what you want to get out of them,” she says. “Some of the relationships that started in college are just as strong today.”

When Alison Reppert Gerber thought of the perfect job in the museum world, she always thought of the Smithsonian Institution. So she feels exceptionally lucky to have secured a position with the iconic American museum system as Preservation Coordinator for the Smithsonian Archives – the repository for all of the Smithsonian’s internal records. “Working at the Smithsonian was always the ideal,” she says. “You’re always looking to the Smithsonian for the standard. It was always the pie in the sky, and to be able to have gotten my position was luck. Everybody tells me luck is for the well-prepared, and I was well-prepared, but I think I was a little lucky." Alison’s path from Seton Hill, where she majored in art history, to the Smithsonian involved numerous internships at a variety of museums – from the Jewish Museum of Maryland to the National Electronics Museum and private conservators. After earning her master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University in museum studies, Alison qualified for a government program called Pathways, which provides opportunities for graduates within two years of earning a degree. Alison’s job at the Smithsonian entails everything having to do with the preservation of the Archives collections – from environmental monitoring and safe storage to overseeing document treatment by preservationists to maintaining best practices for volunteers. She is also focused on surveying the Archives’ audio-visual collection and working to digitize them to ensure their long-term survival. In all, she coordinates the preservation of some 41,000 cubic feet of records, offering a glimpse of the history of the Smithsonian.


Kadeem Blanchard

I Class of 2012 Political Accountant, robert Watkins & Company Tampa, Fla. When the opportunity arose for Kadeem Blanchard to move from Pittsburgh to Tampa, Fla. in 2015, he jumped at the chance. “I love it; it’s 70-something degrees,” says Kadeem, who grew up in the Virgin Islands and hopes to return there someday. Tampa is “the closest thing I get to being back home while being on the continental mainland.” Of course, the change of climate and scenery wasn’t the only thing that drew Kadeem to Tampa – an exciting career opportunity with a political accounting firm lured him there as well. Kadeem, who majored in accounting at Seton Hill, works for Robert Watkins & Company, a leading political firm where he is one of the youngest accountants. He acts as a treasurer for Political Action Committees and Public Policy Committees, and the recent election season made him extremely busy. “My main duty is to manage the day-to-day accounting of Political Action Committees and candidates,” Kadeem says. “We ensure that their account complies with state and federal election laws." “It’s very exciting,” he says. “I meet a lot of different people … I’m loving what I’m doing.” Kadeem looks back on his years at Seton Hill, where he played soccer, and remembers how much he grew there. Just moving from his island home to Greensburg was a huge change. He learned about adapting to different situations and people “Seton Hill pushed me out of my comfort zone,” he says.

Dr. Alexandria (Cisowski) Boley

I Class of 2013 Pediatric resident, East Tennessee State University

Bluff City, Tenn. Dr. Alexandria Boley’s love for children and her desire to make a difference in their lives led her to East Tennessee State University, where she is in her first year of a pediatrics residency. "I want to specialize in rural pediatrics,” Alex says. “There’s a need for pediatricians going into rural areas where you don’t have the support of all the specialists. It lets you take a bigger role in a child’s care.” When her residency ends in three years, Alex hopes to move with her husband, Brett, to a rural area that needs a pediatrician, perhaps within a family practice. "Kids need their own doctor,” she said. “I just want to find a place where I can give back.” Alex blazed new trails at Seton Hill – where she was the first student to enter the cooperative 3 + 4 program with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine, earning her bachelor’s and medical degree in seven years. Both her education at Seton Hill and at LECOM prepared her for the rigors of her residency, which sees her working in various aspects of pediatrics at Nicewonger Children’s Hospital. Each month she’s working a different rotation under the guidance of attending physicians. From an outpatient clinic to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to the oncology department, Alex often finds herself dealing with the emotional toll that working with sick children brings. "It's definitely tough, and it's even tougher than you expect it to be,” Alex says. “I'm still learning how to deal with it. But these kids have a great spirit and this drive to get better, and even when they’re not feeling well, they’ll still give you that smile. They’ll still make you feel better about your day. Our patients are the best.”

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Andrew DeMase

I Class of 2009, MBA Class of 2011 Account Manager, Baker Hughes inc. Washington, Pa.

Candice Shaughnessy Class of 2010 Music Teacher and Opera Singer new York City, n.Y. Candice Shaughnessy may not have taken the traditional path to a career in New York City, but she’s glad to have traveled the road less taken. "I had to really fight, but it was a blessing because the initial struggle gave me direction and helped move me where I needed to go,” she says. Candice had difficulty finding a music teaching position in the Pittsburgh area after graduation. So she worked as a church musician, taught private piano and voice, performed opera throughout the Pittsburgh region and around the world, and earned her master’s degree in voice performance at Duquesne University. “I tried to open every door,” she says. “Especially in a field like music, when you graduate it’s on you – you have to make it happen.” As she began to increasingly travel to New York for auditions, Candice decided a change in scenery was necessary. A job opportunity in the New York City public schools led her to move last August. At PS 103 in the North Bronx, Candice teaches general music, leads the select choir and is the assistant director of the elementary band in a school with a predominately minority population and a large amount of English language learners. “It’s really opened my mind and my heart and has helped me see the world a little differently, and I think that’s always healthy,” she says. She continues to work to establish her opera career in New York, looking for opportunities to network whenever she can. “All of my experiences make me a richer artist, and provide me with inspiration for my performances,” she says. “I’ve had challenges and that makes a difference.”

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One of Andrew DeMase’s mottos is: “Get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” He learned it at Seton Hill, and continues to practice challenging himself today in his job and in other areas of his life. “I always try to get out of my comfort zone and learn new things,” Andrew says. “We’re always growing, we’re always evolving. I always make a point to continually improve myself.” Andrew works as an account manager and technical consultant for operators in the oil and gas industry, which Baker Hughes Inc. serves. He studies fluid dynamics, and once a well is drilled, he helps Baker Hughes’ clients maximize the well’s natural-gas production and minimize issues that come along. Andrew – who earned both an undergraduate business degree and MBA from Seton Hill – spends time both in his office and out in the field with engineers. “I’m always trying to show our operators what the return on their investment is,” he says. Andrew joined Baker Hughes in 2014 after stints in other industries, including sports information and medical equipment. With his new focus on oil and gas production, Andrew feels as though he has found the right fit professionally. “Life’s hard. College prepares you the best way it can, but there’s nothing like getting out in the real world,” he says.


Raven Murphy Class of 2016 Software Analyst, U.S. Department of Defense Waldorf, Md. When Raven Murphy was looking for jobs after graduation from Seton Hill, she knew she wanted to follow her mother’s lead. Raven’s mom is a longtime federal government employee, and Raven always knew that being a civil servant was a calling she wanted to follow as well. “When I found a position open with the Department of Defense, I knew I wanted to pursue it,” Raven says. “Serving the public – and using my computer skills – felt like a perfect fit.” Since most of her work is classified, Raven can’t talk about much of what she does at her job with an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense. But as a software analyst, Raven works to ensure that the computer software being used in various government projects is working as efficiently as possible. “I even have to be careful what I talk about at work because people may have clearances for some projects and not others,” she said. “It’s kind of hard at first not being able to talk about what I do at work, but you get used to it after awhile.” Raven, who earned a degree in computer science with a minor in forensic science at Seton Hill, is currently pursuing a master’s degree in cybersecurity from the University of Maryland University College. “Ultimately, I would love to work in the FBI handling cybercrime cases,” she says.

Rachael Rodriguez

I Class of 2011 Forensic DnA Scientist ii, Pennsylvania State Police Greensburg, Pa. Rachael Rodriguez’s interest in forensic science started when she was in high school watching television shows like “CSI” and “NCIS” where crime scene analysts solve a crime in less than an hour. As a forensic science major at Seton Hill, Rachael learned the reality behind the Hollywood take on everything from DNA to fingerprint analysis. Now, as a forensic DNA scientist with the Pennsylvania State Police DNA Lab in Greensburg, Rachael is responsible for providing the scientific proof that can send a suspect to prison or set them free. Rachael began her career with the State Police in March 2012 and found that Seton Hill forensic science instructor Barbara Flowers had prepared her well. “Everything that she taught us is everything I do now,” she says. “I knew coming into the job what I was getting into. It was just a matter of learning the state police’s procedures and working my way into casework.” Rachael handles anywhere from two to 15 cases at a time – depending on how much evidence in each case needs analyzed. Her cases range from property crimes such as burglaries and thefts to violent crimes such as assaults and homicides. Any evidence left behind that could contain DNA is sent to the Greensburg lab, the only State Police DNA laboratory in Pennsylvania. Sometimes, she’s tasked with matching crime scene DNA to that of a known suspect. Other times, she tries to find a match in a national DNA database and identifies an unknown suspect. “I can provide investigators with the evidence to arrest that person before they harm someone else,” she says. “That’s one of the things I love about my job.”

Ozren Bjelogrlić Class of 2011, MBA Class of 2014 Key Account Manager, Span Croatia Ozren Bjelogrlić always hoped to return to his native Croatia to work someday, and his education at Seton Hill helped him make his way home. “Croatian society has a high opinion on degrees from U.S. universities, and I was able to get a job for an excellent company,” says Ozren, who earned both his bachelor’s degree and MBA from Seton Hill. Ozren lived and worked in New York City for a time after graduation as a talent representative for Kforce, focusing on the financial services industry. “Work and life in New York City gave me tremendous experience that I believe will be valuable wherever I go,” he says. Ozren transitioned into the technology sector when he returned to Croatia, working for Span, one of the largest IT companies in the country. As a Key Account Manager for International Markets, Ozren serves as the link between customers and the internal teams and ensures that clients are receiving service in a timely fashion. He says the people he met at Seton Hill – particularly Basketball Coach Tony Morocco and MBA Program Director Dr. Doug Nelson – took the time to provide guidance, support and motivation. “I don't take people like Coach Morocco and Dr. Nelson for granted,” he says. “I am thankful for them and others for making my Seton Hill experience unforgettable and teaching me some of the most important life lessons.”

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Stephen Harvey I Class of 2014 Musician, Composer and Music Teacher Delmar, Md.

Mia Gunawan

I Class of 2009 Chemical Specialist, Sustainability Department, H&M indonesia

Chemicals can be found everywhere – from the foods we eat to the clothes we wear – and it’s Mia Gunawan’s job to make sure that the chemicals used in the clothing sold by H&M are safe and sustainable. “A lot of chemicals are used to make clothes, and some of them are quite dangerous,” Mia says. “My role is to ensure that the chemicals used in manufacturing our clothes are safe for human and environmental health. Beyond that, I also work with our Conscious products, which are made from sustainable material such as organic cotton or recycled polyester made from used plastic water bottles. My role is to make sure that the products are honest, traceable, and truly sustainable.” Mia joined H&M after returning to her hometown of Jakarta, Indonesia after working for years in the United States in biomedical research. Mia’s journey since graduating from Seton Hill with a degree in biochemistry took her first to the Mayo Clinic where she worked in medical imaging research comparing outcomes of various treatments for cardiac arrhythmia. In 2011, she moved to Washington D.C. to begin graduate study at Georgetown University, where she specialized in cancer research, and met her future husband, who is also a native of Indonesia. Together, they returned to their home country in 2013 where Mia helped a friend with a medical start-up before joining H&M. “With experiences in both environmental and biomedical science, my ultimate goal is to work and make substantial improvements for a healthier mankind and earth,” Mia says. “I see myself working towards improvements in Indonesia or South East Asia in the field of public health, with a focus on environmental sustainability, clean water, sanitation and access to health education.”

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Life has been a whirlwind for Stephen Harvey since he graduated from Seton Hill in 2014. He earned a master’s degree in music and Jazz studies from Youngstown State University, composed and recorded an album of original music, got engaged, landed a teaching job in Maryland and appeared on The Meredith Vieira Show with comedian and television host Steve Harvey. But Stephen says he’s not done yet. His ultimate goal is to earn his doctorate in music, teach at the university level and continue to write and perform his own music. As part of his master’s thesis, Stephen wrote “Suite Childhood,” a three-piece arrangement for mixed ensemble. And while he wasn’t required to record it, he did just that – releasing an album featuring “Suite Childhood” and other music he wrote during his two years in the program. The recording features musician friends and classmates he met in Youngstown. The experience gave Stephen the opportunity to learn more about the business side of music – from raising the money to recording the album to promoting the finished product. “I'm excited I got to do it, and I'll probably do it again but I understand why people don't record back to back to back,” he says. As a newly minted elementary music teacher at North Salisbury Elementary, Stephen passes on his love of music to 630 students. He enjoys dancing with the first graders and working with the second graders on their concert for parents. “I've learned a lot about patience,” Stephen says.


Laura (Hambruch) Oakes Class of 2010, MBA Class of 2011

Manufacturing Lead, General Motors Company Lockport, n.Y. Laura (Hambruch) Oakes loves the career she has found with General Motors and the endless opportunities available at the plant in a suburban area of Buffalo, N.Y. “I would be absolutely thrilled if I could retire from General Motors,” Laura says. “I have had a wonderful five years with the company, and I hope to continue to move up in supervisory roles.” During the five years Laura has worked for GM, she has performed many functions at the plant that produces radiators and condensers for a number of General Motors vehicles. In her current role, Laura – who earned an undergraduate business degree and MBA from Seton Hill – oversees production during the plant’s second shift. She ensures that production work goes smoothly and steps in when any quality control issues arise. Laura embraces working the night shift as a strategic career decision that allows her to show off her management skills. “In the long run, I think it will pay off,” she says. “I volunteered for the night shift as an opportunity to get ahead.” Making sacrifices is nothing new to Laura. While at Seton Hill, she played basketball for two seasons, and lacrosse for three seasons. She also at one time worked three jobs to make her way through school. While her playing days are over, Laura stays in the sports world through a side career as a basketball referee, mostly for junior colleges.

Kelsey Patsch I Class of 2009 Manager of Corporate Development, Pittsburgh Opera Pittsburgh, Pa. Armed with a degree in art history and studio art, Kelsey Patsch decided to make opportunities for herself rather than wait for them to come to her. “I knew I wanted to work in the arts, but I knew that being an artist and a curator was probably outside what was possible,” Kelsey says. So she decided to shift her focus to volunteering in the arts community, hoping it would lead to a career. Her idea paid off. Kelsey’s volunteer stint at the Mattress Factory, a quirky contemporary art museum in Pittsburgh, led the museum’s director of operations to create a job for her coordinating volunteers and other activities. Since then, she’s found a niche in fundraising and development for Pittsburgh area arts organizations. Kelsey became interested in fundraising after taking some courses while working in an administrative role at Carnegie Mellon University. Kelsey has worked in development for Attack Theater, The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, and, since March 2015, has served as Manager of Corporate Development for Pittsburgh Opera. “I really love it,” she says. “I definitely feel like I’m exactly where I need to be. It is particularly rewarding to help people be philanthropic and connect them to their passion.”

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Trask Alexander

I Class of 2013 Pennsylvania State Trooper Butler, Pa.

Every day – actually every minute – of Trask Alexander’s job as a Pennsylvania State Trooper brings new and varied experiences. “On patrol, I could be responding to a vehicle accident at 1:50 p.m., an assault at 2 and a burglary in progress at 3:30,” says Trask, who majored in criminal justice at Seton Hill. “I’ve seen the very best and worst in people.” Trask’s experience as a Captain in the U.S. Army and Seton Hill’s preparation helped him endure the rigors of seven months of State Police training that aims to break each prospective trooper down before building them back up. Such training is necessary to prepare troopers for the difficult situations they’ll face on the streets. “We meet people on their worst days,” he says. “As a trooper, we have to be that rock that provides stability in challenging times, which is what they’re looking for. We have to be ready to handle any situation that arises. You may be first on scene to do CPR or to handle a domestic dispute.” After Trask graduated from the State Police Academy in May 2015, he was assigned to the western side of the state, though some of the investigations he’s been involved in have taken him across Pennsylvania. “Community oriented policing is very important to me – getting to know people and building relationships,” he says. “This is especially important in today's world where police encounters with citizens is creating a fractured trust between communities and the law enforcement agencies that serve them."

Tamara Mahady I Class of 2010 Assistant Counsel for the Governor’s Office of Chief Counsel, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Greensburg, Pa. Tamara Mahady comes from a family of lawyers – her grandfather and other relatives own the Mahady & Mahady law firm in Westmoreland County – but she wasn’t sold on a legal career when she began studying art history and political science at Seton Hill. Tamara thought her future would be in a museum not a courtroom – but an exciting and fateful introduction-to-law class with adjunct faculty Peter Flanigan changed her trajectory. After Tamara graduated from the Claude W. Pettit School of Law at Ohio Northern University, she ended up working across the courtroom from her mentor Flanigan when she became the youngest lawyer in Westmoreland County’s Public Defenders office, while he worked as an Assistant District Attorney. “I never saw myself doing criminal law, but I wanted to get the experience from the public defender’s office, while also helping people and giving back to my community in whatever form that may look like,” she says. Tamara handled about 250 cases per year, ranging from traffic misdemeanors to violent felonies. She enjoyed the work, but decided to expand her horizons and explore other areas of the law. Today, she represents PennDOT in civil matters, such as cases involving eminent domain and statutory appeals. She plans to continue in public-service law and hopes, someday, to join the state Attorney General’s Office.

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George Hurley

I Class of 2010 Office of the inspector General, Performance Auditor, United States Department of Defense

Washington, D.C. George Hurley expected his post-graduation plans to include a job offer from a Pittsburgh engineering-consulting company where he had interned for two years. But fate intervened during George’s senior year when he attended an Accounting Consortium event and found that the Department of Defense was one of the prospective employers. He put the agency at the top of his list because of his longtime interest in military affairs. “I already assumed I had a job lined up but figured it wouldn’t hurt to submit my resume and see what happened,” George says. “Worst case scenario was that I would get some practice interviewing.” That chance encounter led to a job offer working for the Department of Defense’s Inspector General in Washington D.C., a job that requires an accounting degree but no actual accounting work. “What we do … is very different from what most people think of when envisioning the work most auditors do,” he says. He and the majority of his auditor colleagues review Department of Defense programs, policies and procedures. George has worked on many Congressionally-mandated projects looking for fraud, waste and abuse. George has worked across the United States and in foreign countries including Germany. Recently, he became a member of a joint-investigation team, which examined the Air Force’s Space Launch program. One of his most rewarding projects occurred during six months in Afghanistan as he examined the oversight guiding the windingdown of U.S. forces in the country. He and his team identified significant pieces of unaccounted-for military hardware, like drone systems, and worked to locate them.

Natasha (Nichols) Maglione

I Class of 2013 Associate Human resources Generalist, Zimmer Biomet, and First Lieutenant, Pennsylvania Army national Guard Annandale, n.J. When Natasha Maglione was asked if she wanted to deploy to Afghanistan, she did not hesitate. "Ever since I joined the military, I knew this was what I wanted to do,” she says. “I knew I wanted to use my training and serve my country." And so, in May 2015, Natasha, who joined both the Pennsylvania Army National Guard and the ROTC while studying business administration at Seton Hill, headed first to Qatar and then to Afghanistan for a 9-month voluntary deployment. “It was one of the best experiences of my life,” says Natasha, who is commissioned as a first lieutenant. “It exceeded all my expectations.” Trained in military intelligence, Natasha’s main focus in Afghanistan was base force protection – protecting Bagram Airfield from all threats. Natasha analyzed information on threats developed by soldiers working with locals outside the base. “I was in a combat zone, but there was never a time I felt very scared for my life,” she says. “We’ve gotten so good at what we’re doing that we were able to neutralize attacks before they turned into anything serious.” After returning to the United States, Natasha relocated to New Jersey to be with her husband, Seton Hill alumnus Vinny Maglione, who had been deployed to Guantanamo Bay. Last June, she started a new job in human resources with Zimmer Biomet, a manufacturer of medical devices. And she still trains with the Army National Guard. She’s not expecting another deployment, but she’ll be ready just in case.

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Stephanie Reppert Gerber

I Class of 2009 Quality Control Specialist, GlaxoSmithKline Columbia, Md. Stephanie Reppert Gerber has seen all facets of medical research in her career thus far – from basic research that may impact a patient’s life years down the road to testing medications that are heading to pharmacies today. “I’ve kind of had the span of the biotechnology experience, if you will, going from basic research to the point where what you’re doing is actually directly impacting a patient,” she says. “That’s a cool experience.” A biology major at Seton Hill, Stephanie was hired by Johns Hopkins University just five days after graduation to work as a lab technician on a cancer research project. She had spent summers during her years at Seton Hill doing laboratory internships at Hopkins, leading to the full-time position. She earned her master’s degree in biotechnology while working at Johns Hopkins and decided to take her experience to Macrogenics in Rockville, Md. The biotech company focuses on generating antibodies for a variety of disease treatments – for cancers, autoimmune diseases and communicable viruses. After two years in research and development, Stephanie moved to GlaxoSmithKline, where she handles quality control for biopharmaceuticals. “We make sure that all the drug lots are the same – that each has the same sort of activity and efficiency as the last – before the drugs move on to be packaged and shipped to pharmacies,” she says. “Sometimes you feel that you never know how your work is going to impact others. Now I know whatever I did, somebody is going to be affected by that. It’s a very special feeling.”

Clare Berenato

I Class of 2013 Director of Women’s Basketball Administration and Special Assistant to the Head Coach, Fordham University The Bronx, new York Moving from the comparatively quiet community of Greensburg to the bustle of New York City provided Clare Berenato quite a culture shock. And after three years of living and working in The Bronx – at Fordham University with the women’s basketball team – Clare absolutely loves it. “It’s a wonderful city with so many things to explore,” Clare says. But Clare – who self-designed her Seton Hill major and combined communications, entrepreneurial studies and sports management – didn’t go straight to New York. Just three days after graduating, she backpacked through Europe, visiting 11 countries and 29 cities. And, much to her surprise, Clare met a family in Italy whose daughter went to Seton Hill. “The journey through Europe was amazing, mostly because of the people we met and the culture we were experiencing,” says Clare. “It was just an incredible experience to be halfway around the world and yet be connected to my alma mater.” After a stint in Scranton as a volunteer coach at Lackawanna College, Clare landed at Fordham, where she works under Coach Stephanie Gaitley. The job builds upon Clare’s experience at Seton Hill, where she played basketball for four years, serving as captain for two. She chose Fordham because of the program’s approach – one that is similar to the philosophy she learned at Seton Hill. “The head coach truly believes in developing the person,” Clare says. “She wants to win games, but it’s more about developing the young women we have on our team for life.”

Nicole (Stasik) Gumpf

I Class of 2009 Clinical Dietitian, Heritage Valley Health System

Beaver, Pa. Nicole Gumpf’s daily dietitian duties go far beyond advising clients about adopting healthier eating patterns and cutting back on sweets. For her patients, what they eat can mean the difference between life and death. As a clinical dietitian at Heritage Valley Health System’s Beaver hospital, Nicole works with patients who often have serious illnesses and need drastically changed diets. Some are getting nutrients through a feeding tube, others from an IV. “What I like the most is getting to work with a lot of different types of patients,” Nicole says. “I’m constantly learning from each patient and getting to work with the interdisciplinary teams of surgeons and nurses and case managers. Everybody has their specialty.” At the hospital, Nicole’s specialty is working with cardiopulmonary patients who are dealing with heart attacks and congestive heart failure. She educates the patients about maintaining healthy eating after they are discharged. Nicole has settled in Beaver after moving around the country with her husband, Seton Hill alumnus Stephen Gumpf, during his time as an Army pilot. She earned her master’s degree in human nutrition from the University of Alabama while the couple were stationed there and worked for a time in Johnstown. Now the Gumpfs, including daughters Madelyn and Sarah, are back in western Pennsylvania for good, and Nicole gives back to her community by serving on her township’s recreational board.

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Meredith Harber

I Class of 2008 Pastor, Eben Ezer Lutheran Church and Minister at Oaks indian Mission Oaks, Okla. Meredith Harber began her college career with a psychology major, thinking she might become a teacher. “I think it was my senior year when I realized I absolutely loved teaching and I loved kids, but I realized I didn’t think I could be in the classroom all day every day,” Meredith says. After graduation, she spent a year overseas in Bethlehem and Palestine, where she worked as a kindergarten classroom aide and taught swimming lessons. Back in the United States, she worked as a case manager for the homeless, helping people transition from living in a shelter. That’s when Meredith began to sense a calling in a very different direction: the Christian ministry. In 2010, she enrolled at Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago. “I think people around me knew that I would make a good pastor,” she says. “It wasn’t until I came out and said, ‘I think this is where God is calling me,’ that people said, ‘Well I think it’s about time you figured it out.’” In seminary, Meredith felt especially interested in ministering to Native Americans, so she took classes in Indian theology and spirituality and worked internships with this population. After graduating from seminary in 2014, Meredith moved to Oklahoma to become pastor of Eben Ezer Lutheran Church. She divides her time between this role and working at the Oaks Indian Mission. During a week, she might preach from the pulpit on Sunday morning, then play a nighttime game of capture-the-flag with the kids on a weeknight. “Being a pastor is hard work, and it involves every cell of your body,” she says. “It’s not 9 to 5. I don’t get to turn my phone off. I have to be fully present all the time.”

Ronald DiBiase I Class of 2011 Corporate Banker, First Commonwealth Bank Pittsburgh, Pa. Ronald DiBiase finds himself constantly shifting gears as a corporate banker with First Commonwealth. “It’s an interesting position because some days, you have to be a salesman; some days, you have to be a politician; and some days, you have to be an attorney,” says Ron, who majored in math with a minor in accounting at Seton Hill. “You have to do all that to get these loans done.” Ron, who is one of the youngest bankers in his position, started with First Commonwealth two days after his Seton Hill graduation. His first job at the bank was as a credit analyst, evaluating loan requests. As a corporate banker for the past three years, he has worked at seeking out clients and companies that need capital, ranging from $1 million to $30 million. Ron credits his Seton Hill education with allowing him to be nimble in his current career. “You really learn how to interact with people on a lot of different subjects,” he says, adding that Professor Roland Warfield brought real-world experience to the classroom, something Ron found valuable. Ron has continued to broaden his horizons through international travel, including a two-week trip to Europe when he visited France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria and Italy.

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Kameron Taylor I Class of 2016 Professional Basketball Player, Team Ehingen Urspring Germany When his basketball playing days at Seton Hill came to an end, Kameron Taylor found himself with the opportunity to continue to play professionally. A German basketball program – Team Ehingen Urspring – offered Kameron a contract, and, after discussing with his family, friends and agent, he decided to take advantage of the opportunity. “Germany has been a lot of fun, but a lot of hard work,” says Kameron, who earned a degree in sociology from Seton Hill. “The best part is I am able to travel abroad and see new places and create new experiences with teammates who I call my friends.” And he’s learning a new language. “My teammates and coaches have been good about teaching German one word and one sentence at a time,” he says. “I'm hoping to be somewhat fluent when I return to the United States.” Kameron said his experience at Seton Hill – meeting students from all over the world including Europe – made him feel ready for Germany before he even arrived. A starter in his first year with the team averaging 11.6 points per game, Kameron expects to return to the United States in April when his season in Germany is finished. From there, he will continue to work with a trainer and prepare to sign a new contract either with his German team or look for other playing opportunities in the United States or Europe. And when his basketball career comes to an end, Kameron feels secure knowing that he has gained global experiences that will enable him to move on to new opportunities.

Justine Albert

I Class of 2010 Entrepreneur, Owner of Just Dance by Justine Albert and Just Strong Apollo, Pa. Justine Albert didn’t attend Seton Hill to prepare for a job. Coming from a family of entrepreneurs, she always knew she would be her own boss. “Growing up, I thought everyone opened a business,” Justine says. “That was the only job option I even thought of.” In fact, Justine began a business – Just Dance by Justine Albert – while still a senior in high school. She started out teaching dance classes in the evenings and weekends in the studio in her grandfather’s tailor shop. Today, she instructs more than 360 students on three dance floors in her Vandergrift studio. Justine operated the studio throughout her time at Seton Hill, where she combined a general studies major with minors in dance and psychology. “It all worked out well because I learned so much from all those programs, and it really helped me with what I do today,” she says. After graduation, Justine added a second business – Just Strong – a personal training company she runs out of her dance studio. An intense fitness enthusiast, Justine is a competitive bodybuilder, and she works with clients to meet their fitness needs. Justine credits TaMara Swank, assistant professor of dance, with helping her hone her dance skills and teaching her how to best share her art with others. “She taught me so much, not only about dance but about being a good instructor and running the business,” Justine says.

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Holly Kistler I Class of 2009 Public Health nutritionist, Florida Department of Health naples, Fla. Holly Kistler works to ensure that babies in Collier County, Fla. get the best start to life as possible and educates their mothers on good nutrition. Holly, a public health nutritionist for the Florida Department of Health, provides diet and nutrition information and counseling for clients in Collier County’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program, a federal nutrition program that provides assistance to pregnant and post-partum women and their children up to age five. She works one-on-one with clients to monitor their nutrition and overall health during pregnancy and after and helps educate them on the best foods to eat and the healthy kinds of meals they can serve their children. “In Naples, we have a large population of Hispanic and Haitian women, infants and children,” Holly says. “A lot of the people are new to this country – maybe they speak English and maybe they don't – so they can use any information we provide. They aren’t familiar at all with the food pyramid, and they often think that fast food and snack foods are perfectly healthy.” Holly works as a supervisor in her office, which is the largest of three in Collier County and serves about 3,000 clients. “You just see the huge need that there is with this population of people that don’t know much about nutrition or taking care of themselves, and you feel like you are having a greater impact because any bit of information you share with them is helpful,” Holly says. “It’s great to be able to see them implement some of the things you teach them in their lives.”

Elizabeth Rettger

I Class of 2010 Senior Associate of Tax, PricewaterhouseCoopers Pittsburgh, Pa. Elizabeth Rettger’s involvement in numerous campus activities during her time at Seton Hill – from student government to the dance team to the Setonian – prepared her for a professional and volunteer schedule that continues to keep her busy. All of those activities helped Elizabeth develop the communication skills she needed to become a successful accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Elizabeth began her accounting career at a small Pittsburgh firm before accepting a job at PricewaterhouseCoopers in January of 2012. Within two years, she was promoted to a senior associate position. Her company specializes in trust and estate taxes and private foundations. The company also prepares tax returns for many large banking institutions. During the busy spring tax season, her hours are extensive. But she still finds time for lots of extracurricular activities, just like when she was in college. Her work at the Sarah Heinz House – which provides development services to children – even earned her a recent Jefferson Award, which honors volunteerism in America. Elizabeth also serves on the board of the Boys & Girls Club of Western Pennsylvania, volunteers with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank and assists with Habitat for Humanity. Through her job, Elizabeth has done some international travel. Her company sent her and a few hundred other employees to Central America on the Project Belize mission, where they taught Belize citizens about financial literacy.

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Lorin Schumacher

I Class of 2009 English Teacher, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School Jessup, Md. Not many people have heard of Malagasy, the official language of the island of Madagascar off the coast of Africa. But Lorin Schumacher’s students at a Baltimore-area Catholic school know about the language and the specific dialect their teacher speaks. After Lorin graduated from Seton Hill with her English degree, she joined the Peace Corps and headed to Madagascar. There, she taught children English at a public high school and taught them about life in America. Now, her high school students love hearing about her experience overseas. “That’s one of the really cool things about teaching; I have a venue for doing that … and my students get really into it,” Lorin says. “They always ask me a lot of questions." “It was exciting – definitely life-changing,” she says about her time in the Peace Corps. “It’s always a part of me, and who I am now.” When Lorin returned to the United States, she spent time in Nebraska caring for her brother, Adam, who had acute lymphoblastic leukemia; thankfully, he is now in remission and healthy. Meanwhile, she worked a part-time job tutoring at Huntington Learning Center. She continued to work for the company even after relocating to the Baltimore area in search of a full-time teaching position. Lorin teaches high school English to sophomores and juniors at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, where many inner-city students attend on a scholarship and need extra help with reading and writing skills. “I think teaching is the most important job besides being a parent that anyone can do,” she says. “We are preparing the future of our country and our world.”

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Class of 2014 Cardiac Surgery Physician Assistant, UPMC Pittsburgh, Pa. After Theresa Borrelli graduated from Seton Hill’s Physician Assistant program, she took a chance that led her to find her niche in the medical world. In September 2014, Theresa began a surgical residency for Physician Assistants with UPMC in order to find the area of medicine that would “click” for her. Going into the residency, Theresa was interested in orthopedics, but the idea of working in cardiac surgery terrified her. She didn't feel as confident in her understanding of that area of medicine. “My dad had open heart surgery when I was in high school so it was always in the back of my mind," she says. “But it took the residency to show me I could do this. Because of my own family's experience, I really have a close connection to these patients and their families, and I try to reassure them that things will work out." By the end of her residency, she was offered – and accepted enthusiastically – a full-time position as a Cardiac Surgery Physician Assistant with the Heart and Vascular Institute at UPMC Shadyside. Theresa had found the specialty that clicked. Theresa’s work varies day to day – from making rounds caring for patients in the ICU to assisting in the operating room to dealing with emergency situations. “I’m very independent, and there are some days when I am making decisions about patients – admitting and discharging them – and I’m very grateful for the responsibility I’ve been given,” she says. Her work schedule is hectic, and she can be called into the hospital for an emergency in the middle of the night, but Theresa is glad she took a chance on trying a different path. "I would have been blissfully unaware of the potential I had if I had not done the residency," she says.

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Michael Washington’s work with polymers as a doctoral candidate at the University of Pittsburgh could impact the ways people are treated for injuries and diseases. A chemistry graduate of Seton Hill, Michael designs, synthesizes and implements polymer materials, which are used in both regenerative medicine and controlled drugdelivery applications. These polymer materials can be used for bone generation, particularly to repair facial, jaw and head injuries. The materials replace metal screws and plates, which require repeat surgeries to remove. The polymer, on the other hand, degrades and becomes porous, allowing new bone tissue to grow and fill in the space. This non-petroleum-based polymer material also can be made I Class of 2010 into injectable microparticles, which control delivery of drugs and Graduate Student and Teaching Assistant in Chemistry, cut down on the amount of doses a person needs to take. University of Pittsburgh “It just makes things more convenient for you because you Pittsburgh, Pa. might not have to have as many injections, and you might not want to have a second surgery,” Michael says. “The treatment is more convenient for more people.” In April, Michael will move on to his postdoctoral work in the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine’s Department of Ophthalmology, researching controlled drug delivery for the eye. Michael says his time at Seton Hill, particularly the guidance he received from Professor John Cramer and Sister Susan Yochum, have helped him get to this point in his career. “They challenged me as a student and helped me believe that I could reach the top level of this field I love so much,” he says.

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Darcy Jo Wood

I Class of 2008 Actress, Singer, Entertainer Chicago, ill. Darcy Jo Wood is always on the move. One week she might be in Toronto, starring as June Carter Cash in a Johnny Cash tribute show. The next, she could be starring in a stage show she wrote and created. And after that, she could be filming a television commercial. “I travel quite a bit. My passport is pretty worn at the moment,” Darcy says. “I don’t know why I have an apartment.” Darcy has been performing all her life. She sang before she talked. She came to Seton Hill to earn a degree in theater performance. She moved to Chicago days after graduation – a city where she felt she had the best chance of finding work as a performer – and found an agent and booked a musical within short order. Darcy has appeared in a variety of commercials for brands from Chevy to Kmart. For 2 ½ years, she appeared in the musical “Million Dollar Quartet,” as Elvis Presley’s girlfriend. And then there was that episode of “Empire,” where she played a woman trying out for a girl group. Darcy takes great personal pride in “Leaders of the Pack,” a show she created, wrote and stars in about the evolution of the girl group from the ’40s to the ’60s – featuring music from that era. She and her co-stars, who call themselves “The Lovettes,” recently had the honor to sing for Brenda Lee in Las Vegas. “What I feel so strongly about, especially being older in this industry, is it’s important for young people to know how important hard work and a good work ethic is,” Darcy says. “You have to be prepared for rejection. You have to be prepared to put the time in.”

Would you like to be considered for future alumni profiles in Forward Magazine? Connect with the Seton Hill Alumni relations Office by visiting www.alumni.setonhill.edu or by connecting with us on Facebook or Linkedin. Written by Jennifer Reeger, Director of Media Relations, and Kellie Gormly, a Pittsburgh, Pa. freelance writer.

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Sr. Mary Frances irwin and art student Bernelle Fullerton place stencils on the arched beams of Lowe Dining Hall.

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An architectural rendering of the servery, a new building connected to Lowe Dining Hall.

restoring Lowe’s Historic Treasures Dining Hall renovation to Add Space While restoring Historic Treasures For nearly 100 years, Lowe Dining Hall has served as a central hub for activity on the Seton Hill campus. From daily lunches and dinners – so many served family style – to Christmas on the Hill celebrations, Lowe has been a treasured part of the Seton Hill experience for current students and generations of alumni. What was built as the main dining hall for the newly-established Seton Hill College in 1919 is now undergoing a renovation that will provide modern amenities for current and future Seton Hill students while maintaining the historic architectural elements that have enchanted students, alumni and guests for decades.

Currently, Lowe has seating for 319 people but typically serves lunch to about 560 diners. The renovations will allow for seating of 430 people. A student survey as part of the recent Campus Master Plan, which examined all facilities on both Seton Hill's main and downtown campuses, revealed that updated dining facilities was the top priority for students. “Lowe Dining Hall is a beautiful and iconic space on the Seton Hill campus and one that we recognize that alumni have fond memories of,” said President Mary Finger. “As the campus community has grown over the years, the need for more dining space has

become apparent. The renovations underway will meet our current students’ needs while ensuring Lowe’s unique features are retained.” Lowe Dining Hall was named in honor of Mother Aloysia Lowe, who founded the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill. The building was designed by Carlton Strong, a leading New York architect who built apartments and dwellings until his move to Pittsburgh in 1906. Strong, a Roman Catholic convert who specialized in ecclesiastical architecture, designed Lowe in a Lombard Gothic style with characteristic high vault ceilings, simple brick pillars and lowered aisle ceilings that imitate the cathedrals of northern Italy.

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“As the campus community has grown over the years, the need for more dining space has become apparent. The renovations underway will meet our current students’ needs while ensuring Lowe’s unique features are retained.”

Lowe contains a number of features that are considered historically significant to the Sisters of Charity that will be preserved through the renovation process, including: ■

– President Mary Finger

Renderings of the exterior of the new servery addition to Lowe and the interior of the Dining Hall space.

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Leaded glass windows on the East end of the hall featuring the Coats of Arms of Saints, The Seton Family, and the Bishops and Archbishops that are all related to the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill and the University; The Arched ceiling with polychrome stenciled beams. These beams are a component of the architectural style, and the stenciling was created by Sister Mary Frances Irwin, who was assisted by other art faculty and students; The Fireplace and Tablet, which pays tribute to Mother Aloysia Lowe and her founding of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill; The Original Terrazzo flooring, which will be repaired.

As the historical beauty of the space is maintained, the renovation will ensure that Seton Hill’s dining facilities accommodate the University’s significant enrollment growth over the past decade. The Lowe Dining Hall renovation project will include the addition of a servery, a new building connected to the existing dining hall where all food serving will take place. The addition of the servery will allow food serving stations currently located in Lowe Dining Hall to be moved, opening up additional space for dining. The kitchen facilities and equipment will also be upgraded, and entrances will be improved to aid the flow of diners in and out of the building. Air conditioning and acoustical plaster and ceiling tiles will be added to provide climate comfort and to reduce noise in the Dining Hall. Construction began in December and is expected to be completed in August – just in time for students arriving for the fall semester. The renovations are not anticipated to impact student dining, as work on the historical renovations inside the dining hall itself will occur over the summer.


A Lowe Tradition:

Christmas on the Hill Each year as Christmas approaches, the historical beauty of Lowe Dining Hall is enhanced by the lights, trees, trains and other decorations that adorn nearly every part of the space. Christmas on the Hill remains an enduring tradition in Lowe Dining Hall and stretches back to the 1890s when the University was formerly an academy for young women. As the winter months approached, many young women were unable to return home to their families for the holidays. Once a year, the Sisters departed from their custom of eating together in the Sisters dining room and served meals to the young women who stayed behind during winter break. Since then, Christmas on the Hill has grown into a campus-wide celebration with faculty and sta carrying on the legacy of the Sisters and serving meals to Seton Hill students. In recent years, alumni have returned to Seton Hill for a special Alumni and Friends Christmas on the Hill, where they are able to enjoy the tradition they experienced as students.

Those interested in supporting the Lowe Dining Hall Renovation Project may contact Lisa Carino, Executive Director of External Aairs, at 724-838-2409 or carino@setonhill.edu.

Join us for 2017 Alumni and Friends Christmas on the Hill and see the renovations to Lowe Dining Hall on December 9, 2017. Details and registration information will be available soon at www.setonhill.edu/alumni

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being the change

Narrative 4 initiative Aims to Build Empathy in Campus Community

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On a Monday night towards the end of the fall semester, Seton Hill students Fito Andrew and Evan Vissat shared stories with one another about moments that had made a significant impact on their young lives thus far. And after they were finished, they returned to a larger group – all of whom had shared stories with one another – and Fito became Evan and Evan became Fito. “Every time I get to be part of the story exchange, it’s a great experience,” said Andre, who has participated in the program four times. “It helps to see people for who they really are, and it builds a great sense of camaraderie when someone tells my story.” This is the work of Narrative 4, a global organization founded in 2012 to promote empathy through story exchange. “Narrative 4 sessions allow one individual to tell their story to another,” said Christine Cusick, associate professor of English, director of the Honors Program at

Seton Hill and a Narrative 4 facilitator on campus. “Then each is asked to tell each other’s story to a larger group, thereby putting themselves in another person’s shoes.” Spearheaded by a team of Seton Hill faculty and staff that recognized the need to promote empathy in the campus community, Narrative 4 began during the 2015-16 academic year with training of facilitators who could lead story exchange sessions. The campus wide kick-off for Narrative 4 occurred at the beginning of the Fall 2016 semester through “Be the Story: Mission in Action,” a program that provided all firstyear students with the opportunity to meet in small groups and share their stories and their hopes and fears as they entered college. Since then, story exchanges have been taking place during classes and in special events throughout campus.


Brittany Grimm participated in a story exchange during one of her classes. The junior communication major understands deeply what it is like to be in another person’s shoes. As a heart transplant patient, she is constantly reminded of the generosity and empathy of a family who donated the heart of their 31-year-old loved one to Grimm. “I’ve never met the family and know very little about the man whose heart saved my life. But I’ve made it my mission to help the public understand how important organ donation is,” she said. “Telling my story is both therapeutic and a compelling way to create interest and empathy for organ donors.” Carissa Kotyuha, another Seton Hill student majoring in communication, said participating in Narrative 4 helped her learn to listen more intently. “I was so worried that I would not remember or tell the other person’s story correctly,” she said. Kotyuha is working to develop a media advocacy project similar to long feature stories heard on National Public Radio. “We are all storytellers; I want to help more people be involved in the discussion of all kinds of issues and stories from justice and peace to human rights.” Through Narrative 4, Seton Hill aims to help students live Seton Hill’s mission and the tenets of Catholic social teaching by providing them with an outlet to learn from one another. “It is designed to allow the university community to get to know one another on a much deeper level and aims to teach Seton Hill students the value of empathy and a greater respect for one another’s stories,” said Cusick. Written by Jennifer Reeger, Director of Media Relations, and Chriss Swaney, a freelance writer from Pittsburgh, Pa.

Opposite page: Christine Cusick and Brittany Grimm Top: A group of Seton Hill students, faculty and staff gather to share one another's stories during the Narrative 4 Story Exchange. Middle: Seton Hill freshman Evan Vissat and senior Fito Andre offer each other stories during a Narrative 4 Story Exchange. Bottom: Lyz Marshall, Seton Hill assistant professor of business, and junior Jacob Kessler share their stories during a Narrative 4 Story Exchange.

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Behind the Scenes at The Westmoreland Seton Hill Offers new Museum Studies Course at The Westmoreland Museum of American Art

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Students enrolled in a new Museum Studies course at Seton Hill launching this Spring are getting more than just a cursory look at how a museum operates. A partnership between Seton Hill and The Westmoreland Museum of American Art is allowing 12 students to dive deep into the inner workings of a museum’s operations – from curatorial to education to finance. “This course is really akin to a graduate level museum studies class,” said Maureen Vissat, professor of art history at Seton Hill who worked to develop the class with officials from The Westmoreland. “It will expose students to all areas of a museum’s operation and prepare them in a practical way for careers in the field.” When Vissat and Judith O’Toole, The Richard M. Scaife Director and CEO of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art

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began talking about a new collaboration, O’Toole suggested a much more comprehensive class than had been offered before the grand re-opening of The New Westmoreland. “We have had classes where Seton Hill students have learned specifically about The Westmoreland’s collection, but we wanted to broaden this class and open it not just to art majors, but to communication students, business majors and others who might find themselves interested in working in a museum or nonprofit environment,” O’Toole said. The course, held weekly on site at The Westmoreland, is being taught by six different members of the museum's senior staff. Students will rotate over the course of the semester through the various areas of the Museum. “They will learn about the overall operation of a museum, what the


best standards and practices are and the type of impact a museum has on the community as a whole,” Vissat said. “This is really an innovative way to provide handson learning to our students to expose them to all types of professional experiences before they graduate.” “We want students to gain an holistic understanding of what each of our departments do in order to run the Museum efficiently,” said O’Toole. “Week to week they will be working on projects with various staff members, including those in charge of governance, curation, education, marketing, budget and finance and development. What they learn in this class will be applicable not just to working in a museum but really any nonprofit entity.” Vissat expects the course, which is open to juniors and seniors, will likely be offered each spring. O’Toole hopes some of

the students in the class will apply to intern at The Westmoreland as well. “We’re very excited about this collaboration, and expect it to grow in the years to come,” said Vissat. “Seton Hill is fortunate to have an arts facility of the caliber of The Westmoreland in our community, and we are grateful the staff is willing to give of their time and talents to teach our students.”

Opposite page: Students Taylor Leeper, Ian Baez Snyder and Coral Overly listen to a lecture during the Museum Studies Class. The class gathers in the gallery of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art to listen to The Westmoreland's Richard M. Scaife Director and CEO Judith O'Toole. This page: Seton Hill student Nick Silvis makes a point during class. Student Taylor Leeper listens during the class. Seton Hill students take a tour of The Westmoreland Museum of American Art.

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As Rosemary L. Corsetti accepted the Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal – Seton Hill’s highest honor – on September 7, she was excited and humbled by the recognition. “My emotions range from the glee and exhilaration of riding the Thunderbolt at Kennywood, to the silence, awe, and amazement of a hot air balloon ride. Both extremes are extraordinary rides that bring to mind Psalms 116 and 117 that say, ‘How can I ever thank the Lord for all the good that He has done for me? How strong is God's love for us,’” Rosemary said in accepting the medal during the Fall Honors Convocation. “Rosemary Corsetti’s service to the Pittsburgh region in both her professional role as an attorney and personally through her good works for many charitable organizations reminds all of us at Seton Hill of the ideals set forth by Elizabeth Ann Seton to serve the most vulnerable members of our society,” said President Mary Finger. “Rosemary’s work to strengthen the lives and health of people throughout the region – particularly youth and families in poverty – offers an extraordinary example of the values we hold dear at Seton Hill University and makes her most deserving of this accolade. She sets a marvelous example for our students of a Setonian life well lived.” The Seton Hill University Alumni Association created The Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal in 1959. The designation of a contemporary woman whose life achievements parallel in some way that of Elizabeth Ann Seton, the founder of the Sisters of Charity, continues to emphasize the relevance of her life of nearly two centuries ago to our own age.

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Corsetti, a University of Pittsburgh School of Law graduate, has worked at the Pittsburgh law firm of Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC since 1991, where she is a shareholder. The primary focus of her practice has been assisting for- profit and not-for-profit health care systems as well as religious congregations and their affiliated hospitals, schools, and colleges through transitions, mergers and the formation of foundations. In addition to her law practice, Rosemary has served as in-house general counsel with three national health care systems. She is also deeply involved in assisting civic and charitable organizations through pro bono legal work and service to many Pittsburgh area boards. Since 1997, Rosemary has served on the advisory board of Sisters Place, an organization founded by a group of Catholic religious communities to serve the needs of homeless women and children through housing, life skills classes and other supportive services. Sisters Place presented Rosemary with an award for her outstanding pro bono service to the organization in 2015. She has also served on the Board of Trustees

of Holy Family Institute since the 1980s. Holy Family provides support services and specialized learning programs for youth and families throughout southwestern Pennsylvania. Rosemary has been active with a number of other organizations in the region, including the Elizabeth Seton Memory Care Center of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, the Boy Scouts of America’s Laurel Highlands Council, on various boards and committees of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, the St. Thomas More Society, Our Lady of the Sacred Heart High School Board, the Catholic Action League and Mom’s House. In her remarks to students gathered for Convocation, Rosemary asked students to take the time to learn about the life of Elizabeth Ann Seton and invite her to accompany them throughout their academic year. “Elizabeth Seton’s life story has something for everyone to study, and from which we can all be inspired,” she said. “We can all find an element in her life, work or spirituality from which we can request her guidance and intercession as her life experiences intersect with ours.”

recipients of the Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal rosemary L. Corsetti Catharine Murray ryan Sister rosemary Donley The Honorable Corinne (Lindy) Claiborne Boggs Sister Gemma Del Duca rosemary Haughton Margaret Heagarty, M.D. Julia Montgomery Walsh Sister Maria del rey Danforth, O.P. Margaret Giannini, M.D. Madge Skelly Mary Keener Alwine The Honorable Genevieve Blatt Dolores Hope rita Burke Sister de Chantal Leis Mary reed newland rose Fitzgerald Kennedy

Rosemary Corsetti celebrated receiving her Elizabeth Ann Seton Medal with several members of her family including (left to right) her aunt Dorothy Price, niece Jona DeChellis, husband Vincent DeChellis, mother Helen Corsetti, son Frank DeChellis and sister Carol Zeitler.

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Art for All Art Therapy students hold classes, art show for adults with intellectual disabilities

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Each week during the Fall 2016 semester, a group of students would gather in the art therapy classroom at the Seton Hill Arts Center. Seton Hill art therapy students Victoria Kasaczun and Katie Gablick would take the group through a new project every week – from pottery to collages to paintings – that allowed them to express themselves in myriad ways. And, at the end of the program, the students – all adults with intellectual disabilities from The Arc of Westmoreland/ACHIEVA – held an art show to show off their works to their friends and family. When Sharon Greene, executive administrator of The Arc of Westmoreland/ACHIEVA, began looking for community organizations that could serve as inclusive learning environments for its clients, she turned to Seton Hill, her alma mater. “We knew Seton Hill students wanted to come to The Arc of Westmoreland to do their art therapy field placement,” Greene said. “I said, ‘Let’s do it, but let’s do it at Seton Hill.’ We called it a reverse field placement where the clients come to the students.” The program fit into The Arc/ACHIEVA’s new model of getting clients out of segregated vocational workshops and into community settings. “Katie and I created this program with ACHIEVA to help the participants become part of the community and to allow the community to get to know the participants,” said Kasaczun. “I built relationships with the participants, learned from them, and got to explore their artistic world with my own.” The nine ACHIEVA clients who participated in the art program all chose to attend because of their interest in art. “Our program was about empowering adults with intellectual disabilities through art,” said Gablick. “It was wonderful to watch everyone grow. There was nothing more fulfilling than seeing the smiles on our participants’ faces.”

A sampling of art projects the students worked on. Seton Hill art therapy faculty Dana Elmendorf speaks with an ACHiEVA client about his artwork during the art show. Seton Hill art therapy student Katie Gablick hugs ACHiEVA client Diann Santo while art therapy student Victoria Kasaczun looks on during the art show.

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From a Seed Sisters of Charity, University develop potato garden

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From a seed of an idea, a beautiful new partnership has grown between the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill and the University and its students. On the Sisters property – just off the University campus – a potato garden project offers yet another connection for the Sisters, Seton Hill students and the community. “The project set out to do something simply, which was provide a way for the Sisters to give back to the Earth,” said Darren Achtzehn, director of food service at Seton Hill. “What I think was most remarkable was that it built a bigger sense of community than I expected. The students got the chance to really get to know the Sisters and their history.” Sister Barbara Ann Smelko approached Achtzehn about joining forces on a garden project after she and other sisters attended a retreat that wove the ecological spirituality of Elizabeth Ann Seton throughout. Knowing that Achtzehn has a garden at the University that he utilizes for fresh produce and herbs for the kitchen, Sister Barbara Ann asked for his help. The coordinators decided to plant potatoes and received donations of seed potatoes, equipment, burlap sacks and, most importantly, the gift of time. “More than 80 students volunteered to help during the process,” Achtzehn said. “Watching people work and smile and say ‘Thank you,’ while doing some hard labor was remarkable.” The potatoes were split between the Sisters, Seton Hill and the Westmoreland County Food Bank, which received 200 pounds of potatoes from the effort. Plans are in the works for more gardens in the future that could include onions and even wildflowers that can help the honeybee and butterfly populations.

Seton Hill students and the Sisters of Charity gather to harvest potatoes from the joint potato garden. Sister Barbara Ann Smelko and Darren Achtzehn clear the way for the potato garden. The potatoes grown were distributed to the Sisters of Charity, the University and the Westmoreland County Food Bank.

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Seton Hill Community Breaks Guinness World Record in a Fist Bump Relay

The crowd gathered on Admin Lawn. The Griffin and Sister Maureen O'Brien kicked off the Fist Bump Relay. Students, faculty and staff participate in the relay. President Mary Finger completes the Guinness World Record longest Fist Bump Relay.

Inspired by one man’s dedication to eradicating opioid addiction in Westmoreland County and beyond, a Seton Hill Senior Seminar class decided to go big for their Social Action Project. The class gathered 473 members of the Seton Hill community on the Administration Building lawn on October 27 to break a Guinness World Record by completing the world’s longest fist bump relay. They shattered the previous world record set in Alaska with 300 people. The effort put a spotlight on Sage’s Army, a nonprofit drug awareness and prevention organization based in Westmoreland County. Sage’s Army was founded by Carmen Capozzi, whose son, Sage, lost his life to addiction. The goal of Sage’s Army is to offer support, guidance and encouragement to people who have been affected by the epidemic of drug addiction. “Drug abuse is a very serious issue impacting the lives of so many people throughout this region,” said Seton Hill student Kinross Obiefule, one of the students organizing the event. “Our class wanted to plan an event to raise awareness of the issue and of the work Sage’s Army is doing. We thought a world-record breaking event was an excellent way to help the organization gain exposure.” The Griffin started the relay by giving a fist bump to Sister Maureen O’Brien, director of Campus Ministry, while President Mary Finger ended the relay as the 473rd person in line.

Seton Hill Arts Center Recognized with National Awards

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The Seton Hill Arts Center, which opened in 2015 in downtown Greensburg, has been honored with two prestigious national awards. The Center received an Excellence in Architecture Merit Award from the Society of College and University Planning, and an Award of Excellence from the Education Facility Design Awards of the American Institute of Architects’ Committee on Architecture for Education. The 45,000 square foot Arts Center, which houses Seton Hill programs in dance and visual arts, has also received several regional awards, including the 2016 Educational Facilities Award from the Boston Society of Architects, the 2016 Eastern Ohio AIA Honor Award of Excellence, a 2016 Merit Award from the AIA New England Design Awards, a 2015 Building Excellence Award from the Master Builders’ Association of Western Pennsylvania and a 2015 Gold Commonwealth Award from 10,000 Friends of Pennsylvania.

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Seton Hill’s Fit for the World Program Recognized as a Model of Excellence

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Seton Hill University is one of eight colleges and universities nationwide honored by University Business magazine in its Winter 2016 Models of Excellence recognition program. Sponsored by CASHNet, the Models of Excellence program recognizes innovative approaches to encouraging and nurturing student success on campus. University Business honored Fit for the World, Seton Hill’s career readiness program developed by the Career and Professional Development Center alongside Seton Hill faculty. "The Model of Excellence Award is a clear affirmation that Seton Hill faculty and the Career and Professional Development Center staff have partnered to successfully create a career planning model integrated in academics that will benefit our students,” said Renée Starek, director of Seton Hill’s Career and Professional Development Center. Fit for the World, a four-year career readiness program, blends targeted and personalized career prep work within a liberal arts education. All freshmen enroll in the required Connections class, which uses an online career planning tool called FOCUS 2 to evaluate each student’s interests, skills and values to determine if their major is the best choice. Students then can confirm they’re on the right track or explore other majors. During sophomore year, students learn more about career options from faculty in their major, alumni mentors and occupational research assignments. Junior and senior year work is focused more on experiential learning in students’ proposed career fields. And then, in a

Seton Hill Named a Military Friendly School Seton Hill’s commitment to educating military veterans and their families has earned the University the 2017 Military Friendly® School designation by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs®, STEM Jobs SM, and Military Spouse. Institutions earning the Military Friendly® School designation were evaluated using both public data sources and responses from Victory Media’s proprietary survey. “Seton Hill University has a long-standing commitment to supporting our nation’s military personnel, veterans and their families through higher education,” said Seton Hill President Mary C. Finger. “This commitment, which began when World War II veterans arrived to study at what was then a women’s college, continues today as Seton Hill welcomes service members home from the Middle East to pursue a degree. Seton Hill is pleased to once again be named a Military Friendly® School for its dedication to providing educational opportunities that benefit these brave men and women.” Seton Hill actively participates in the post-911 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon program, which provide qualified veterans or their dependents with benefits for tuition and fees as well as a housing allowance. Nearly 40 current Seton Hill students are utilizing these benefits.

senior seminar, students complete their Heidi Schuman, George Carter and professional résumé and use the mock Renee Starek of the interview platform InterviewStream for practice Career and in presenting themselves. Professional Fit for the World has impacted retention Development Center. rates by helping undeclared students find their place within the university. Faculty in all academic departments work in partnership with the Career and Professional Development Center to support their enhanced role in their students’ success.

Building on a Vision Program Book Wins CUPPIE Award “Building on a Vision,” the program book for the grand opening of The JoAnne Woodyard Boyle Health Sciences Center has won a CUPPIE Award from College and University Public Relations and Associated Professionals (CUPRAP). The bronze CUPPIE was earned in the Print/Annual Report Agency Produced category for the book, which honored donors to the Health Sciences Center project. AppleBox Studios Inc. in Pittsburgh designed the program book, which was produced by the staff of the Office of Institutional Advancement. CUPRAP represents college and university professionals working in public relations and related areas from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Delaware.

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A WiSH COME TrUE Seton Hill University’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee raised $8,212.53 during the 2015-2016 NCAA Division II Make-A-Wish recordsetting fundraising campaign. The fundraising campaign set a new record for Division II for the fifth straight year after raising more than $608,000. The Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference led all conferences with $66,893.48 raised. "The Student Athlete Advisory Committee has come very far in our efforts and accomplishments for the Make-A-Wish Foundation," Student Athlete Advisory Committee President Emily Hutsko said. "I am so proud of all the hard work our members put forth to raise funds for such an amazing cause. We are very grateful for all those who donated and made this accomplishment possible. We are very excited for our upcoming wish reveal and look forward to granting more wishes in the future." Seton Hill ranked eighth out of 238 institutions in raised funds. The Griffins raised the second highest total in the PSAC behind Edinboro University, which finished second in the country. Seton Hill will host a wish reveal on April 22nd between games of the baseball team's doubleheader.

SHU SOCCEr PLAYEr JOE SMiTH EArnS ACADEMiC HOnOrS Griffins men’s soccer standout Joe Smith has received several honors for his academic and athletic career at Seton Hill. Smith was selected to the 2016 CoSIDA Academic All-America Team. Smith, a senior hailing from Castle Dorington, England, is scheduled to graduate in May with a degree in Accounting and currently sports a 3.95 GPA. Smith also received a PSAC Fall Top Ten Award, becoming the third Griffin to earn the honor. The Top 10 Awards, selected by the PSAC's sports information directors, recognize student-athletes who distinguish themselves in the classroom, as well as in the arena of competition. The conference designates Top 10 Award winners after each of the sports seasons: fall, winter and spring. To be a candidate for the Top 10 Awards, a student-athlete must have achieved a minimum of a 3.50 cumulative grade point average and must be a starter or key reserve with legitimate athletic credentials. Smith started in all 20 games in the midfield for the Griffins squad that finished with an overall record of 12-8 and was 7-4 in the PSAC. Smith was also named to the First Team All-PSAC squad and announced as a Second Team All-DSCCA Atlantic Region selection.

WOMEn’S CrOSS COUnTrY TEAM COMPETES in nATiOnAL CHAMPiOnSHiPS Seton Hill’s women’s cross country team made its first-ever appearance at the NCAA Division II National Championships in St. Leo, Florida last fall. The team qualified for the 6K race, held at St. Leo University, thanks to a third place overall finish in the NCAA Division II Atlantic Regional meet. The Griffins finished 32nd overall at the National Championships with senior Chelsia Poole leading the team of seven runners with a 128th place finish in a time of 22:36.4. The other Griffins runners participating in the National Championships included Alyssa Brandis, Sarah Taylor, Caitlyn Padgett, Skye Christian, Megan Weinreber and Jade Belotti. Sarah McGowan served as the team’s alternate.

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in memoriam

Sister M. Deborah Kelly March 22, 1920 to January 31, 2017 The following is excerpted from a reflection on the life of Sister M. Deborah Kelly delivered by Sister Jean Boggs at her Funeral Liturgy on February 4.

Kathleen Mathison Kelly (our Sister Deborah Kelly) was born March 22, 1920, in Wheeling, West Virginia, the youngest of four children of Dr. Michael B. Kelly and Kathleen Mathison. After graduating from Mt. DeChantal Academy, many colleges offered her scholarships, including Seton Hill College, her final choice. Her college experiences at Seton Hill included sports (basketball, hockey, and archery) and writing, in addition to earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in mathematics with a minor in chemistry. After graduation, Kathleen worked for a year as an analytical chemist for DuPont Corporation in Charleston. Then, on September 8, 1943, Kathleen (soon to be Sister Deborah Kelly), entered the Sisters of Charity. Sister Deborah earned a Master of Arts degree in mathematics from Catholic University in Washington, D.C., and did graduate study at the University of Chicago and Notre Dame University. Sister Deborah’s tenure at Seton Hill began in 1946, after World War II, when GIs returning from the war studied at Seton Hill. Her teaching of mathematics continued during academic years and in summer programs from 1946 to 1971 and included service as the Chairperson of the Math Department from 1965 to 1970. She was the Registrar of the College from 1971 to 1990. Her duties ranged from

advising transfer students to administrative duties assisting in preparing the college catalog. I received an e-mail testimonial from Sue Turner, an alumna and coworker of Sister Deborah, which is indeed a testimonial of Sister Deborah’s commitment to students and her life work at Seton Hill University. “I worked with Sister Jean Boggs as an admissions officer for Seton Hill College from 1970–1974 … Sister Deborah was always gracious in her dealings with me, and greeted me with her beautiful smile, even when the demands on her time were great. The transfer student business always seemed to be at its highest just about the beginning of the semester when returning students were also trying to register. I know that Sister Deborah and I were always happy when the frenetic pace subsided, and the new semester was underway. I am grateful to have known Sister Deborah as a student, fellow administrator, mentor, and friend. I will miss seeing her the next time I visit Caritas Christi. My wish for her is to have a joyful reunion with her sisters who have gone before her, and share an adult beverage with them in heaven.” I am in awe that Sister Deborah, my teacher, was blessed to spend her life in the study of a field with unlimited possibilities. Sister Deborah patiently gave this exposure to her students. May she rest in peace!

Jacinta Mann May 13, 1925 to February 12, 2017 Dr. Jacinta Mann left an indelible mark on Seton Hill University during a 50-year career spanning academics and admissions. Born on May 13, 1925 in Pinckneyville, Ill., Jacinta was the daughter of Bernard Albert and Magdalen Elizabeth (Ruppert) Mann. She earned degrees from Southern Illinois University and the University of Wisconsin, where she worked as a statistician. Jacinta joined the faculty of Seton Hill in 1958. She served as Director of Admissions from 1960 to 1967, as Academic Dean from 1969 to 1971 and as professor at large from 1971 until her retirement in 2002. As professor at large she taught in the departments of Sociology, Communication and Statistics, and Management courses on “Women in the Economy.” Jacinta was active in the movement for women’s rights. In 1975, she was a delegate to the International Women’s Year

Conference in Mexico City. Two years later, she was a delegate to the National Women’s Conference and, in 1979, she was appointed to the State Commission for Women by Pennsylvania Gov. Richard Thornburgh. A Sister of Charity from 1950 to 1981 and a decorated academic, Jacinta was remembered by Sister Vivien Linkhauer, Vice President for Mission and Identity at Seton Hill, and others at her Funeral Liturgy. “I thought about the images of Jacinta that remain in my mind and heart: Genuine and committed feminist; engaged potter; avid gardener; amazing teacher; tough and creative administrator; devoted and loving family member; perceptive social critic; suffering companion on this journey of life; sensitive and loving friend and beloved daughter of God. Jacinta was gifted in so many ways and was a trailblazer in the world of academia. May she rest in eternal peace!” Sister Vivien said.

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$500,000 and above Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

$250,000 – $499,999 Project Forward – Trio Programs United States Department of Education Student Support Services Program

$100,000 – $249,000

HOnOr rOLL OF DOnOrS The generous support of the following donors has enabled Seton Hill University to advance its mission, vision and goals. We honor these donors who have provided support to Seton Hill between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016.

Arthur J. Boyle, Jr. DentSply Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc. Henry Jackson Foundation Richard King Mellon Foundation PA Department of Commerce and Economic Development Catharine M. and John T. Ryan, III Jean Mary Schafer + Daniel J. Wukich

$5,000 – $9,999 $50,000 – $99,999 Herbert and Marigrace Boyer Herbert and Marigrace Boyer Foundation Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray National Science Foundation Transforming Undergraduate Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Program Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc.

$25,000 – $49,999 3M Unitek Robert V. Brodine Community Foundation of Westmoreland County Linda Fiorelli ’74 First Commonwealth Evelyn B. Kaufman Foundation Allison Uhl Kelley + Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 and John R. Mazero, M.D. + Deborah Dzombak McMahon ’77 Anne Marie Lane Meyer ’48 + P.J. Dick, Inc. Arnold D. Palmer + Arnold D. and Winifred W. Palmer Foundation Schwab Charitable Fund TP Orthodontics United States Small Business Administration Office of Women’s Business Ownership

$10,000 – $24,999 Hebron E. Adams + American Orthodontics Corporation Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Blackburn Center John and Karen Cramer Enchanted Life Foundation Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris F. Fette Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 GE Foundation Elizabeth Spina Grinnell ’79 John E. “Jack” McGrath Mary Ann and James P. McQuade Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Alfred Moore

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Maria and David Myron Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 and Wally Nunn Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien PPG Industries Katherine L. Riley E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. Salvitti Family Foundation Marlene Chelena Scatena ’61 Scatena Family Charitable Trust Scott Electric Foundation, Inc. Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Rebecca C. Snyder Mary Jeanne Larko Spina ’85 and David Spina, SVC ’84 Flo Lavin Tito ’59 Susan Marie Yochum, S.C. ’77

Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck Donna and James Breisinger Wanda Brozda + Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Robert and Amy DeMichiei Denver Foundation Margaret DiVirgilio Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Mary C. Finger and David Paris Bernadette Fondy ’69 Patricia Acquaviva Gabow ’65 Eileen Kelly Garbarini ’49 Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 Margaret C. Heagarty ’57 Rebecca A. Higgins ’79 Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger Hirtle, Callaghan & Company Mary Noel Kernan, S.C. ’48 Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis Ralph and Donna Liberatore Irene Petrick Mankovich + Marthinsen & Salvitti Insurance Group, Inc. Vernon C. Neal & Alvina B. Neal Sally Aurelio Novak ’81 and Albert J. Novak Procter & Gamble Fund ProGrass, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Quigley Reliance Orthodontics Products, Inc. Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 Mr. and Mrs. Russ Siegelman Trixie Puff Foundation Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko

$2,000 – $4,999 Anonymous Melissa and Timothy Alsing Nancy Verdon Appoldt ’56 Linda T. Assard and David G. Assard + Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 Babst Calland, P.C. Anne Murray Belz ’65 Cynthia Wills Black ’76 Sandra Burin Bobick ’69 and James Bobick Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee

Patricia Cabrey ’62 Justine A. Cakanac ’77 and Thomas M. Bartolac Elizabeth Campbell ’09 Traci Hake Carter ’86 Mary Jane Gross Clark ’81 Consumer Portfolio Services, Inc Fiore W. Coppula Mary L. O’Neil Costello ’55 Courtyard by Marriott Elizabeth Vreeland Craco ’55 and Louis A. Craco Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 Sara Gill Cutting ’62 and Malcolm Cutting Judith Fitzpatrick Davis ’63 Patricia Bolosky DeRosa ’60 Dino’s Sports Lounge Christina Benamati Doll ’81 John R. Echement First Commonwealth Bank Victoria and Frank Fletcher Fletcher’s Outdoor Power Equipment Charles and Louise H. Franklin Helen Kuhn Gavigan ’71 Mary Ann Gawelek and Frank Kleshinski Jacqueline Kendrick Gravell ’74 Hampton Office Products Jodee Harris ’92 HC Hood Co/Total Door Service Inez Avalos Heath ’70 Hester Shockey Hemminger ’56 Sande and Richard Hendricks Hershey Company Cindy and Peter Holway Jeannette Specialty Glass Oceana Jigger’s Pub Carole and Glenn Johnson Ellen K. Katter ’73 Kennametal Foundation Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) Maureen McCarthy Lamberti ’64 Patricia A. Landers ’55 Margaret Zeoli Mahoney ’68 Phyllis Marusa McEuen ’67 Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 Irene E. O’Brien ’45 Patrick O’Donnell Susan O’Neill ’79 D. Jean Owens ’93 and William J. Owens Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, Inc. Pittsburgh Foundation Cathy Plesha ’73 Presser Foundation Michele Moore Ridge ’69 and The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge Robertshaw Charitable Foundation Donald & Sylvia Robinson Family Foundation Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr. S&T Bank Kathleen Rylander Sarniak-Tanzola ’78 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Alberta M. Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51 Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Clyde Smith Patricia A. Smiy ’78 Patricia A. Smiy Foundation + Deceased


Christopher T. Snyder Judith M. Stanley ’58 Charmaine R. Strong Mary Jean Trepanier Sylvia ’53 Three Rivers Orthopaedic & Spine Products, Inc. Trib Total Media Turbo Execs, LLC Walmart Foundation Westmoreland Community Action Jewel Williamson-Burns Wolf-Kuhn Foundation

$1,000 – $1,999 Anonymous A. Raimondo, Inc. Carol J. Aldridge ’66 AP Branded Solutions Jane Ward Austin ’69 Marcia Marciniak Auth ’76 Jeanne Lacroix Ballard ’61 Bank of America Foundation Rosemarie Baratta ’57 Janice M. Beckage Joanne Caterino Beckjord ’71 Beeghly & Co. Jewelers & Gemologists, Inc. Amy and Greg Beltzer Constance Gritte Berto ’54 Carol J. Billman ’95 and Fred R. Billman Patricia Jack Blake ’45 Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue ’69 Bibiana Boerio ’75 Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Kristen A. Butela ’03 ChevronTexaco Dr. and Mrs. Barry A. Clark Kary L. Coleman ’98 Marilyn Conroy ’58 Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro

Marilyn and James A. Davis Sheila K. Delaney ’64 Martha Tecca DelPizzo ’66 and Les Del Pizzo Johnette Zappone DeRose ’73 Cathleen A. Donabedian Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58 Carla Harrison Duls ’70 Laura Silva Etze ’65 and Samuel Etze Ellen Lally Farrell ’64 First Energy Leslie and Hans Fleischner Sorale Elpern and Marvin Fortman Edward and Judith Friedman Gail Harvey Geoghan ’53 Jane Gilchrist ’72 Glasser Family Foundation, Inc. Margaret Rooney Goldstein ’62 Gladys Gillespie Gormly + John W. Greiner Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Carol Guglielm ’68 Louise Bord Hagstrom ’59 Norene Halvonik ’64 Barbara C. Hinkle Donna Hixson ’01 Henry P. Hoffstot, Jr. + H. Phipps Hoffstot, III Annette Modar Holder ’01 and Daniel Holder Hookah and Vapor Connection Jayne Huston ’00 Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 Barry and Patricia Ilse Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Frank T. Jelinek Johnson & Johnson Alice Kaylor ’73 The Honorable James R. Kelley Kennametal Inc. Becky T. Kerns ’48

Eileen Minnaugh Kief ’49 Ann Koziar ’64 Laurene DiGennaro Kristof ’64 Christine Morrison LaMarca ’73 Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 Janet Porvaznik Lomicka ’66 Patricia Mooney Loucks ’70 M.G. O’Neil Foundation Beth and James Mahood Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 and Charles G. Manoli + Karin and Richard Martin Matan Family Foundation, Inc. Lillian Archambault Matan ’60 and Tony Matan McFeely-Rogers Foundation Rose-Marie Weibel Merz ’60 Micro Capital Partners Carol M. Monaghan ’66 Gail Clougherty Moses ’69 LuAnn A. Mostello ’66 Christine M. Mueseler Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 K.C. Neidigh Patricia Goodwin Norry ’56 Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D. Margaret E. O’Brien Margaret and Charles Obrecht Charles & Margaret M. H. Obrecht Family Foundation, Inc. Helen Gannon Pflaum ’62 Marian Gross Piet ’81 Chris Yurick Piper ’79 PNC Foundation Matching Gift Program Barbara Middendorf Prince ’67 Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Quintessence Publishing Company, Inc.

Ramada Hotel Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Barbara Nolan Reilly ’48 Patricia Stefanik Remmell ’53 Mary Allen Richardson ’64 Eileen Cline Ryan ’71 Mary Ann Noroski Scully ’73 Amy and Harry Sell, Jr. Judith A. Slack ’68 Donald Sluka Eric W. Smith Charlotte Dimond Smith ’58 Ellen Bigenho Spain ’08 Marietta Rossi Spotts ’55 Marianne Drott Squyres ’62 Gail H. St. Clair ’78 Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Nancy J. Stoner ’57 Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Foundation Rosemary Cala Tobelmann ’76 Ann Trexler ’68 Lorena Sharkey Turner ’60 Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 USG Foundation, Inc. USI Affinity Collegiate Insurance Resources Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Ann O’Connor Von Hagel ’81 Walden Trust Thomas A. Wandrisco Geraldine Nasiatka Welch ’65 Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Donald Wentling Westmoreland Electric Inc. White Oak Orthodontic Products WildSmiles Braces Carol A. Wilson ’64 Valerie Wood William and Lisa Zajdel

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An alumni event at the Duquesne Club in Pittsburgh on September 21 served as the kickoff event of the Seton Hill Alumni Advisory Council Pittsburgh Chapter.

Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Seated L-R: Marlana Sherman ’99, Nicole Pergar Garrity ’08, Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76, Katie Smith ’12, Ellen Fisher-Sobota ’09, Theresa Borrelli ’14, Charmaine Clarke ’14, Mary C. Finger Standing L-R: Valerie Timko Lambert ’94, Marchae Peters ’08, student Matt Kline, Michele Mellick ’16, Alyssa Thornton ’16, Stephen Zewe ’06, Dustin Terhorst ’06, Sean Garrity ’08, Matthew Galando ’04, student Fitzgerald Robertson, Kathryn O’Neill ’15, Jennifer Cilia ’04, Katie Manni ’08

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS $500 – $999 Anonymous Rebecca R. Ackerman ’92 Aestique Plastic Surgical Associates, LTD Allstar Therapies, Inc. Elizabeth Costello Amaris Fito Andre Applebox Studios Joan Truax Avioli ’54 B’nai B’rith Warren Roy Laufe Lodge 903 Ron and Wendy Ball Karen Barkac ’84 Mary Elizabeth Reilly Barrett ’64 Rosemary Baldi Barton ’80 Patricia Beachley Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Mary C. Boys Ardell Brown Eric Brown, Sr. Robert and Ruth Bruns Sonya Welesko Buerger ’87 Buffalo Wild Wings Virginia Kelley Burkhardt ’56 Priscilla Crowe Burt ’60 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Paula A. Carpentieri ’76 Valerie Harpel Carter ’80 and Todd Carter Sean Cassidy and Gina Marie Sciarrino Lois Mattel Chesley ’62 Peter Cicero Michael and Karen Cillo City of Greensburg Virginia M. Clark ’75 Carol Akerman Cortese ’77 Creative Selling Team, LLC Judith Abell Crowninshield ’65 Susan Mary Cummings ’69 Patricia Marchant Curtin ’63 Demetra Chengelis Czegan ’02 Helene Horovitz Dal Canton ’63 + Theodore F. Dane, Jr. Allen D. Deep BreAnne DeMarco ’13 Patrice DeMarco Dernar and Associates, LLC Dawn and James Dice Diocese of Pittsburgh Theodore A. DiSanti Maureen Owens Dodson ’81 Jean Draffen Earley ’48 and A.F. Earley EMS Southwest Deborah Lee and John Evangelakos Excela Health Express Mobile Diagnostic Services, LLC ExxonMobil Foundation Irene J. Eyer ’95 and David D. Eyer Rosemary Ferrante Ferrante’s Lakeview, Inc. Joan Hutchinson Ferraro ’81 Bonnie Mesaros Ferris ’77 Fine Foundation Anne Dawgert Franchak ’66 Johanna Turensek Fugazzi ’44 Josie Funari Donald F. Furgerson General Mills Foundation Gift Matching Program Virginia Taylor Gibson ’60 Sally Voltz Glock ’51

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Barbara Graham Walter M. Grushesky ’98 Judy and Theodore J. Hakas Linda Massi Halluska ’67 Tim and Leslie Hazlett Mary Alice Healy Hennigan ’53 Florence Derby Hoppe ’42 Mollie McGuire Huitema ’58 Indian River Community Foundation Tracey Janis Regina Comella Jesky ’71 and Lawrence L. Jesky Mary C. Juhas ’78 K Dolan Corporation Mary-Margaret Kerns Ralph and Carol Knapp Mary Louise Kundrat ’71 Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Jacqueline McArdle Lee ’62 Leidos Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer ’59 Louise Jones Lydon ’06 and Sean F. Lydon Anne Boitano Lynes ’56 George P. Maguire Paul W. Mahady, Jr. Make A Difference Foundation Gary and Sharon Malacane Marvin and Judith May Barbara McDermott ’77 Ruth Conley McDonald ’65 Diane Miller Mlaker Transportation, Inc. Marlo Moeller Katie Aikins Monsour ’06 and Geoffrey L. Monsour ’06 Helen Lingenfelter Moore ’45 John L. Moore Erin and Martin Moran Lisa and William Muller Margaret M. Munley ’71 National Philanthropic Trust Janice Flood Nichols ’69 and David Nichols Margaret S. Nock ’67 Justin D. Norris ’06 Kathleen Furgerson Nowicki ’76 Maureen S. O’Brien Earlene Wright O’Hare ’71 Oliver’s Pourhouse Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Ryanne Forcht Palermo ’05 Pantalone Funeral Home, Inc. Carolyn Chorlton Parker ’52 Penn State Small Business Development Center M. Ellen Steward Pentz ’72 Jeremy Perkins Chuck Pietrangelo Paulette Schutter Pipher ’80 Ann and Arthur M. Pivirotto, Jr. Delores Musarra Plunkett ’54 Stephanie J. Powers ’71 Production Consulting Group Queequeg Foundation Helen Normile Quinlan ’59 Reed Smith, LLP Jane Ann Garrity Regan ’78 Elizabeth M. Rettger ’10 Catherine Dorrian Reynolds ’51 Janet White Robinson ’52

Lois Skelly Robinson ’74 Robert and Elizabeth Rosenman Robert and Ann Rossi Sammar Accessories, LLC Marie Vrable Schietroma ’51 Schultheis Roofing, Inc. Janice Murphy Scolio ’64 Mary Ann Capozzoli Scott ’60 Ruthann Marraccini Seraly ’61 Silvis Group, Inc. Jocelyn Howard Sinopoli ’77 Deanna Sjolander ’04 Kelley Murray Skoloda ’86 Linda Foley Smith ’57 Joshua K. Sobota ’06 Linda Whitehead Somerville ’76 State Farm Companies Foundation Steelcase Foundation Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh Kendra Voytek Stoen ’84 and James Stoen Kathleen Sullivan ’73 Diane Planisek Summey ’68 Susan and William Swan TaMara and John Swank Penelope J. Thomas ’15 Susan A. Turner ’69 United Way of Westmoreland County United Way of York County Marjorie and David J. Voytek Sheila Lonergan Ward ’65 Kathleen M. Whalen-Eaton ’64 Margaret Florek Wheeler ’71 Patricia Lamb Whipkey ’67 Reverend Diane W. Wiley Juliette Hau Wilson ’70 Douglas Wood ’11 YourCause, LLC

$250 – $499 Eric and Patrice Affa Tyler Affa Christian Alardo American Chemical Society Nancy Amorose Mary Kay Deane Anderson ’71 Annette Buchwalder Arnold ’67 Alex Attia Juan and Jennifer Baez Jill and Kevin Bailey Gina and Troy Balega Phyllis Sheehan Bambeck ’62 Bank of New York Mellon Eileen Bartolomucci Basic-PSA, Inc. William Becker Audrey and Gregory A. Bisignani Jean M. Boggs, S.C. ’59 Bompiani Chiropractic Clinic Dawn Dempsey Bonelli ’65 Dorothy Sessions Bornhoeft ’47 Theresa Borrelli ’14 Toni P. Borrelli Anna Mary Oravetz Brackenridge ’62 Jeanne Gruber Bratsafolis ’73 Deborah Streza Bray ’66 Anne T. Brower ’72 Laura and Richard Brown Samuel and Andrea Brown David and Meg Bruce

Theresa Twaddle Buchanan ’68 Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Frank A. Cappetta Carclo Technical Plastics Cardinal Health Giving Station Anne Sokolowski Carroll ’71 Christian Carter ’16 CASA Kathleen Ferrari Catalano ’59 Jason Chavis Maryann Bandieramonte Clarke ’65 Sylvia Miller Clarke ’57 Patty and Joe Clemente Rose Baran Colletti ’64 Isaac Collins Kevin L. Colosimo Kimberly Forys Conner ’82 Ronald and Juile Corbett Mary Sullivan Couchenour ’48 James and Constance Cox Leslie Martinelli Cyr ’82 Noah Davis Tamara L. Davis Carmine Coco DeYoung ’73 Matthew C. Deemer ’09 Doris Nickum DeForest ’49 Barbara Denny ’64 Design 3 Architecture, PC Sharlotte Kepple DeVere ’82 and Mark G. Dalrymple Ronald T. DiBiase ’11 Louise Paluselli Dilisio ’70 Diocese of Greensburg Distinct Advertising Noreen Dornenburg ’66 Lenny M. Dowell Garvin M. Dublin Linda Martin Dudzinsky ’75 Sherrie Adkins Durham ’81 Elizabeth Murphy Durishan ’71 Cora Mickler Dusk ’70 Linda C. Earnest ’78 Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland Theron Eison Brandy M. Emberton Jayden Emberton-Gaines Mary Conaty Evans ’50 Fran Exposito Mary Exposito Nicholas Exposito Maria Frederick Farneth ’86 and George Farneth Mary Ann Abel Ferguson ’73 Joan Lavin Ferlan ’56 Cindy and Louis Finger First Presbyterian Church of Greensburg Daniel Flickinger Cathleen Meyers Flock ’88 Jay Flock Anne Cronin Fornal ’66 Rodney Franklin Freddie Mac Brett Freshour Matthew J. Galando ’04 Nancy Webber Galm’69 Kathleen A. Garde ’88 Amy and John Gardiner Nicole Pergar Garrity ’08 and Sean T. Garrity ’08 + Deceased


Ruth Gillen Catherine Noroski Giunta ’75 Daquan Glover GNC Daniel Gonzalez Lizette and Emilio Gonzalez Beth Ann Greeley-Mascatello ’86 Judith Gregg ’67 Joyce and Tony Grenci Grove City Country Club Mark and Julie Gutentag David Gutzmore Kathleen and Paul Haines Lee Hansen Harrison ’67 Eileen Clahane Harte ’55 Theresa Hausfeld Suzanne Law Hawes ’56 Emily Heinicka ’10 Claire Heiser ’80 Santiago Henao Marie Pellicano Hinchliffe ’52 Lashawn and Kevin Hines William Hodge John Hoffman Karen Alsbaugh Hoffman ’68 Mary Jo Ward Hottenstein ’66 Richardo Housen James R. Howell ’05 Shirley B. and Marvin J. Huls Innate Fitness Studio, LLC Carlos L. Jackson, Jr. Patrick Jackson Suzanne Strapac Jackson ’70 Barbara and Ralph Janis Jeffrey Johnson and Kelly Beringer Finch Johnson Marlyn McAtee Johnson ’72 Nancy Johnson Timothy Johnson Angela Joos Kacin Companies Karndean Designflooring Agnesmary Treanor Karol ’52 Joseph Keefe Barbara L. Kennedy Beth and Thomas Kepple Kepple-Graft Funeral Home, Inc. Martin Kerr Donna Campbell King ’89 Andrew T. Kirsch ’08 Mary Ann Manzi Klingel ’69 Cameron Knapp Carl L. Koehler, III ’15 Ann Kopchik ’11 Regina Kennison Kraus ’69 Eileen O’Toole Kunzman ’70 Adam Kupec Davionne Laney Ladon Laney Elmer Laslo Dennis Law, Jr. Dennis Law, Sr. Law Office of Douglas F. Angell, PC Ernie and Michelle Leatherburg Brent Leone Thomas and Kelli Leone Kirstin M. Logan ’10 Richard and Gloria Loncharich Sharon and Tom Long Jean Black Lorenzetti ’59 Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Aaron Loughner ’02 Kathleen and Richard Mack Loretta Trese Maley ’66 Kathleen and Eugene Marks, Jr. Maureen Speicher Marshall ’76 Janet Nipaver Martha ’71 Anastasia Martin ’12 Barbara Martinelli ’91 John Mazero M. Colleen McCann ’56 Lavetta and Wayne McClam Mary McLoughlin Reverend Nancy S. Mears ’84 Arthur H. Meehan Jim and Sheila Mello The Honorable Thomas Miller and Patricia L. Miller Rosemarie Christy Mitchell ’54 David and Leslie Mitrik Mary Ann Mogus ’65 Jeanne T. Monoski ’79 Moonshell Books, Inc. Erin F. Moore Michael and Linda Mosher Margaret Grieder Mulcahy ’71 Martha Whelan Murphy ’41 Kelly and Peter Neferis Glenn Neumann Nick S. Nichols ’12 John Noble Charles and Maria Nucci Vito Nucci Oakland Catholic High School Loretta Boni Operini ’52 Lisa Chilcoat Pate ’87 and Craig Pate Mary Ciarrocca Pendleton ’77 Marylu Hourigan Perchak ’71 Christy L. Pergar ’06 Jeff Perkins Marchae S. Peters ’08 Karen and John Petrus Charles and Pat Pettke Kim and Mark Pettke Marilyn Tully Pietrafesa ’65 Pines Plaza Bowling, Inc. James H. Pirlo ’07 Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Carol Zeck Ponzio ’63 PPG Paints Symantha A. Reagor ’13 Jacqueline Bower Richards ’57 Robokyo Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi Jeraldine Stein Romeo ’64 Catherine Lee Rosenblum ’72 Anthony and Michele Rosso Sandra and James Rudisill Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo ’76 Marcella Shreve Rust ’69 Roberto B. Saenz ’07 Rosanne H. Sandolfini ’91 Curt Scheib Schneider Downs & Co., Inc. Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64 Sybil R. Schwartz Lawrence and Carol Segal Karen Segala Tracey Ondecko Sepesy ’81 Joseph Sero Kathleen Sero

Seven Heads Design Jeanne and Ronald Sexton Miles Sexton Jeanette Mager Sheridan ’60 Marjorie Firsching Shipe ’47 Cole Shuker Kim Shumaker Side Panel Soccer, Inc. Katherine Klopsch Siler ’70 Suzanne M. Skacel ’91 Jacqueline Jablonsky Skiple ’83 Adelaide Briley Smith ’54 Key Smith Kris M. Smith ’12 Linda Schrock Smith ’71 Robert G. Smith Yvonne Smith Anita DiBagno Smolenski ’61 William D. Smolter ’15 Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh Space Systems Loral Eric Sprys Shelly Sprys Bridget Stanners Alice Kosmerl Stephens ’47 Nick Sterner ’12 Bryce Stevens Nancy and George Stewart Christian Strong Rosemary Scott Suess ’63 Logan Swan Alberta Previc Thokar ’48 Mary Yeager Travers ’53 Margretta Stokes Tucker ’77 Roseanne and Scott Tucker Michelle Samarin Unruh ’94 Vallozzi’s Restaurant Susan Collins Varga ’79 Versatech, Inc. Michael and Colleen Vrbanic Lovenia Deconge Watson ’59 Richard H. Weimer Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Judith Kelly Wentzel ’64 Westmoreland County Federated Library System Westmoreland Cultural Trust Donna C. Winters ’76 Jason and Debra Wolfram Barbara Haeflein Wood ’74 Naoko Yamada ’86 Newman Yeilding Lou Ann Braden Zeigler ’83

$100 – $249 Jane Lambert Abe ’60 + Jeannette Abi-Nader ’61 Dylan Acker Acquasanta Catering, LLC Adobe Advantage Sport & Fitness, Inc. Robert L. Albert Pedro Alfonso Susan Aljoe ’68 Allante Margaret Allen-Malley ’69 Janice and Mack Alston Ameriserv Financial Erika A. Arriola

AT&T Business Solutions Amanda Swartz Augustine ’08 and Nathan J. Augustine ’08 Dawn McClowry Aul ’60 Tiffany Avery ’14 Betty Scheuermann Avis ’52 Suzanne Spencer Baczynski ’60 Jane and Robert Baer Jack and Joyce Balega Joan Bonanno Ballash ’67 Janice Tabone Balzic ’61 Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Cynthia and Bill Beal Bean Counters III, LLC Sara Beatrice ’70 Bechtel Group Foundation Carol Janovac Beck ’64 Hope Paden Beck ’81 Constance C. Beckel ’07 Genevieve McNally Becker ’69 Anne Haenn Bedessem ’56 Janine Colbert Bell ’82 Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68 Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga ’57 Zachary T. Benzio ’14 Susan Lanz Beresik ’71 Martha Imlay Bernardi ’60 Patricia A. Beyer Patrick Biggerstaff Billy’s Silk Screening & Embroidery Bilott Chiropractic Rehabilitation Paul Bisio George and Michele Bittel Judith Mills Blair ’67 James and Tari Blaney Victoria Bleyer ’82 Michael and Deborah Bloomgren Blue Echo Enterprise, LLC Denise C. Bobincheck ’75 Antoinette F. Boettger ’62 Mary E. Boland-Doyle Bononi & Bononi, P.C. Norine Buzza Bononi ’54 Thomas and Connie Boone D. Renee Bork ’79 Nadean Brdar Bovard ’55 Brooke Bower David and Karen Bower Cathy and William Boyer Mildred Boynton Nick Boynton William and Lynda Bradish Patricia Bradley ’99 Roger and Madell Breedlove Sharon Brewer ’64 Eileen M. Brophy ’71 Jacqueline Brosseau-Cyr Scott and Gretchen Brown Becky and Dave Bulebosh Mary Brennan Bullingham ’53 Pat Sweeney Burke ’55 Frank and Karen Bursic Therese Burson ’64 Barbara S. Burstin Carole Scott Bush ’75 Sidney Busis Caroline Blair Butler ’70 Charles G. Byrd, Jr. Evan Byrd Sharon Hernjak Caba ’72

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS John Callahan Kathleen M. Campbell ’80 Kathleen and James Canby Deborah Cardillo Carpenter Construction Inc. Rita Wathne Carr ’65 Mary-Elizabeth Grimm Carroll ’58 Eileen Carson ’85 Marilyn Connor Cassels ’56 Erin Albert Catalano ’10 and Joseph M. Catalano ’10 Ann Deibert Caton ’80 Jeanne Schneider Cerce ’65 Claudia Ardellitz Certain ’81 Annette Cesario Jean Kessel Chapas ’68 Frank and Beatrice Chiappetta Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat ’59 Scott Chisholm Christ’s Church Chubb Corporation Sandra Reichert Ciarochi ’65 Eileen Elchin Ciccotelli ’76 Traci Anne Bechtold Cikins ’85 Citizens Fiber Anne Quinn Clarizio ’51 Karen Morgante Cole ’75 Blaine and Marlene Coleman John and Susan Coleman Mary Jane and William J. Collins Commercial Bank & Trust of PA Connections Cafe Heather M. Conner-Garofalo ’91 Mary Ann Corbo Connors ’64 Francine and James D. Cooper, Sr. Gwendalyn Cope Karen Altenderfer Cordaro ’67

Janet M. Corpora ’70 Mary Ann G. Corr, S.C. ’67 Patricia Corr ’64 Cory R. Fox, Inc. Kathryn and James Costantino William Cotter Fred A. Covatto Denise Troll Covey ’83 Mary Ross Cox ’99 Eleanor Coyne ’63 Blain Craig Timothy Crain Ann Nokes Crane ’68 Crossroads Boutique Jill M. Croushore ’95 Crown Castle USA, Inc. Mary Kathleen Cuneo Catherine and Stanley Cypher Justine Rusnock D’Zmura ’56 Martha Flowers Dalton ’60 Danan Healthcare Consulting Group Inc. Dancer’s Closet Ellen Fitzpatrick Dander ’51 Daniels & Miller, Inc. Darling Country Care Thomas Dash Alex and Brittney Daugherty Joyce Davis Thomas Day Barbara Deal and Burt Schell Charlotte Westhoven Deer ’75 Susan DelVecchio ’71 Marcia Taylor Dent ’74 Steven M. Derr Nasreen Khairzada DeRubeis ’88 JoAnne and Philip DeSana Denise Plante Deshaies ’60

Sylvia Grimme Detar ’85 Jim Devlin Elizabeth DiCamillo ’74 Dicesare Investment Group, Inc. Anthony J. DiPerna ’13 Dixon Golf, Inc. Gertrude Tramonti Dobday ’48 LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher ’78 Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Joseph and Patricia Donahoe Debra A. Donley ’75 Mary Jean Fritschi Donley ’50 Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly ’64 Dream Home Sales & Construction, Inc. David C. Droppa Denise and Benn Druck + Linda Druck Mary Geier Drummond ’49 Helen Gasper and Joseph Duklewski Linda Dumbris ’78 Jill Dunmire ’96 Antoinette Pace Durkin ’64 Christine A. Dziedzina ’73 Anne and Robert Easby-Smith Marjorie L. Ebner Bob and Linda Eckenrode Marjorie Eckman ’68 Edwards Ice Cream Shop Dorothy Schmadel Egbert ’69 Susanna Einolf ’86 Karen Rich Eisenhauer ’78 Elite Surgery Center Christopher A. Elliott Dana J. Elmendorf Marie Secky Emanuel ’59 Patricia Fitzgerald Engel ’62 Isabella Englebach

Epic Metals Corporation Charitable Foundation Marian Shaheen Eskay ’72 Mary Ann Gabig Eubanks ’65 Excel Glass and Granite Carolyn S. Falcon Joanne D’Itri Fantone ’78 Regis Farrell Debra Faszer-McMahon Constance Sullivan Fearon ’51 Susan Federoff and Matt Morgan Mary Louise Shapiro Feindt ’61 Dolores Krasovec Fernandez ’68 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Charlotte Brady Ferrarie ’72 Orlie Ferretti M. Teresa Bursley Ferri ’49 Lisa A. Festa Fidelity Charitable Deborah Clarchick Finnegan ’72 Doris S. Fiorentino ’68 First National Insurance Agency, LLC Margaret Marcinizyn Fischbeck ’69 Adele Fisher ’61 Joan Markey Fitzgerald ’64 Rita Taylor Fitzpatrick ’66 Five Points Fleet Service, LLC Ellen Phillips Fletcher ’65 Jennifer Sokol Flock ’94 Forefront Dermatology Forever Green Nursery, Inc. D. Christine Forlano ’64 Kevin Fortwendel Harry Fox, Jr. Fox’s Pizza Den Joan Yetter Freda ’57 Friends of SMH

WASHinGTOn, D.C.

Alumni from the nation’s Capital gathered at The Metropolitan Club of Washington D.C. on September 28 to meet with President Mary Finger.

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Seated Row 1, L-R: Kathleen Moloney ’69, Amy-Gabrielle Bartolac ’14, Nadine Kwizera ’99, Patricia Butler, Mary C. Finger, Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70, Stephanie Powers ’71, Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60. Seated Row 2, L-R: Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58, Alma Joway Allen, Mary McNerney Murray ’58, Stephanie Reppert Gerber ’09, Alison Reppert Gerber ’09, Mary Kay Deane Anderson ’71, Eileen Brophy ’71. Standing L-R: Lehelt Solomon ’12, Mollie McGuire Huitema ’58, Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69, Michelle Dickson ’14, Maureen Malley Squires ’68, Mary Diederich Ott ’65, Jennifer Tantlinger McSorley ’86, Vanessa Ruffin Colbert ’74, Jacqueline Kendrick Gravell ’74, Sherry Sentipal Snyder ’79, Rebecca Higgins ’79, Jeanne Landolfi ‘75.

+ Deceased


Rae Hengesbaugh Fritz ’56 Kevin Hannigan Fuller ’57 + Jean Daily Fullerton ’51 Jane Furca Sabrina Gaither Taro Gaither Carissa Ann Aloisi Gans ’83 Gertrudis M. Garcia ’55 Robert Gault Suzanne Fletcher Gauthier ’70 Nancy Flowers Geist ’65 Robert and Stacy Gelven Mary Alice Conway Gentry ’48 Patricia A. Gentzel ’69 Mary Jo George ’63 Tyler George Linda Giammattei Jackie Coy Givins ’63 Golden Rule Development, LLC Patrice and John Goodrich Nancy Repasky Gorinski ’77 Patricia Dugan Gorman ’57 Elizabeth Gower Danielle R. Goyette ’68 Margaret Murphy Grace ’67 Dory and Anthony Grack Margot Graham Grallert ’60 Michael A. Grant ’13 Roberta Fitzgerald Grant ’64 Mary Margaret Flatley Green ’66 Victoria Klopsch Greene ’67 Margaret Adams Greenly ’69 Johanna Gribble ’07 Rita Crescenzo Griggs ’57 Grippo Enterprises, Inc. Marjorie C. Gross ’67 Lorraine Vallari Gunset ’51 Cynthia Hackimer Christin L. Hanigan ’02 Elizabeth Haradon Ruth Frisk Harcharik ’48 Jeanne Dzurko Hardies ’75 Julien and Patrice Harley Whitney Nash Harness ’07 and Jerry V. Harness, Jr. ’07 Roberta Sordi Harper ’63 JoAnn T. Harr ’92 Patricia Hart ’98 Hartford Glass Co. of Mishawaka, Inc. Jean-Anne Harte Hawley ’51 Charles and Samantha Hay James Hay Jim Hay Norma Deliz Hayes ’54 Barbara Dorsner Hazelton ’66 Lara N. Heinz ’11 Jacqualine Helkowski ’90 Jeanne Marie Pauvlik Helmcke ’66 Richard and Kippie Helzel Laura Heming-Berry ’87 Susan and Bill Hensler Alexander R. Hetrick ’12 Susan Prosperi Hickey ’76 Devin Hines Felicia Janssen Hines ’79 Deborah Gutwald Hlavach ’95 Denise V. Hlavsa Anne Buck Hoag ’60 Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Jean Dziak Hobert ’64 Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Janice and Lindel Hodge Carolyn and Monte Holland Patricia and Robert Hollar Judith Hines Homison ’78 and Ronald W. Homison Shannon Horan Khalil Howard Michael and Marlo Howell Thomas Howison Courtney Hrabosky Nancy Ritz Hudson ’66 Kathleen M. Huebner ’67 Amanda M. Huff Jean M. Hufnagel ’79 Jacqueline Hughes ’58 Dennis and Natalie Hunt Annamarie Denis Hurley Susan E. Hutchins ’72 Hutchinson & Gunter, Inc. Dolores P. and Frank C. Infanger Inselmini Construction Co., Inc. Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Pamela Jewett Isley ’74 Mary Ann Conway Itts ’66 Elizabeth Jacobson Janet Bender Jacoby ’74 Marian Baumbach Jacq ’58 Andrea James Christine Frederick Janove ’73 Dorothy Jarzabek Theresa Helinsky Jaworski ’68 Noela Slapikas Jeffrey ’63 Susan Jessen Jewish Community Foundation Kenneth L. Jones Vickie Valles Joseph ’80 Joseph Konetsco, Inc. Joseph’s Nursery and Garden Center JW Data, LLC A. Richard Kacin Ajay Kalra Linda Kaufman Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Marie Boucek Kazmierczak ’60 Janet Hinderer Kearns ’65 Sue E. Kellner Ruth Dowling Kelly ’62 Lora Kendi-Newcomer ’02 Christine Braunegg Kennedy ’79 Janice Grottenthaler Kenneson ’86 Mary Kenny Stephanie Fronek Keppel ’58 Frank J. Kernan Emilie M. Kief ’71 Colleen and Shaun Kilduff Mary Lou Hamill Kilian ’61 Mary Lou Cronin Kintz ’57 Margaret Cavanaugh Kite ’51 Allen Kline Amy Bisceglia Kline ’91 Sheila Reilly Knoth ’60 Diane Kastner Koch ’59 Susanne Theiss Koenig ’61 Monica M. Kolasa ’68 Natalie A. Kolish ’14 Carol Kolonay-Spangler ’69 Margaret A. Kooser The Honorable Ted Kopas and Amy Kopas Andrea Kopcak ’00 Cindy and Thad Kovalchik

Angeline Koziara ’70 John Koziel Jean McCloskey Krak ’81 Joan Curley Kramer ’58 Mary Lee Gannon Krieg ’54 Vicky M. Krug ’88 John R. Kuhns Joanne Kulasa John and Rita Kunakowsky Betsy Kupic Christa A. Kuvinka Rachel Kautz Lambert ’94 Timothy E. Lambert William Landefeld Erminia LaScala ’49 Natalie R. and Stephen R. Laskey Stephen Laslo Melvin Lassiter Latrobe Art Center Laurel Valley Graphics, Inc. Jill and Morris Lawson Maryann Stefanacci Lazzaro ’79 Maria and Alexander Lecuona Lendable Linens Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58 Armand J. Leonelli ’06 Joan Smarrella Levan ’61 Linda New Levine ’65 Phylis Pietrusza Levino ’67 Mark R. Lewandowski ’15 KeDario Lewis Nina and Jon Lewis Sean and Tonya Lightfoot Linde Group Joan Suda Lindsey ’63 Heather Hayes Lineburger ’97 Steve and Yvonne Linkowski Karen Puskar Lippany ’67 Demerese Madden Lomond ’64 Mary Norbert Long, S.C. ’67 Kathleen Morsey Looney ’65 Susanne K. and Michael F. Lopresti, Sr. Gertrude Ward Lorenz ’56 Sally Lyon Loughran ’63 and The Honorable Charles H. Loughran N. Martha Loya ’48 Loyalhanna Care Center Anthony Lubiniecki Joan Patchan Lunifeld ’57 Angela K. Lutze ’70 Allan and Lisa Lydic Karen Kurek Lynch ’73 Yvonne and David Mackewicz Sue Macurak Cynthia Magistro ’78 Marta M. Maher ’83 Carol C. Mahoney ’76 Mary Kennedy Brittain Mahoney ’71 Mary Jane Reid Maidment ’69 Robert and Marlene Mailloux Nancy L. Malinic ’72 Bernadette Malinoski ’68 Dennis Maloney Lois Jones Maloy ’59 Martina Owens Mandella ’91 Patricia G. Manno ’00 Ann C. Marchok ’58 Sharon Donaldson Marks ’83 Carol McKool Marlin ’68 Martha Jetter Marsh ’59

Marsh Tire Service Cynthia and Mark Marshall Dorothy M. Martin Maryellen Martin Tatyana N. Martin ’12 Carol Ann Martinelli Craig Martinelli Virginia Manna Martins ’56 Dianna Thomas Marusko ’02 Frances Howard Marze ’60 Kathleen Lenzi Mascelli ’73 George and Debra Maser Stacey Armel Mateer ’01 Edward Mattucci, Jr. Cathy Matuszak Andrea Shedwick Maue ’86 Mary Pat Reidy Mayer ’66 McAndrews Restaurant, Inc. William J. McCabe McCaffrey Insurance Associates Annalisa Snair McCann ’01 Elizabeth B. McCarville ’55 Agnes Flatley McClarnon ’59 Stacey and Larry McCowin Armella McElheny Jeffrey McElwain Rosemary McGeary ’60 Mary Jane Madden McGrath ’50 Louise DiPrampero McKay ’49 Jennifer McLaughlin ’99 Catherine McLean Paul McMahon Kathleen M. McNamara ’71 Marilyn Komatz Mealy ’56 Patricia McNamara Meehan ’51 Charles Meeker Marti Blackson Meerscheidt ’76 Mary Washko Meindl ’55 Carolyn Allgeier Melby ’62 Michael and Stacy Mendler Mental Health America of Westmoreland County Theresa Smarrella Metcalf ’57 Kathleen Murphy Meyers ’68 Stephen V. Michael Clara Durant Mignogna ’48 Milanscape Preston and Linda Milich Joan Sasena Miller ’78 Margaret S. Mims ’10 Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Sandra Gearhart Misera ’58 Mary Therese Granzeier Mitchell ’84 Ray and Pat Mitchell Roberta Mitchell John and Betty Mizikar Tyler A. Mohlhenrich ’14 Kate Moloney ’69 Mary A. Mooney Kathryn Mihalcik Moore ’71 Moore Tire Service Inc. Valerie and Alliston Moreland Charlotte and Dennis Morgret Ruth Morris ’69 Michael and Carol Moss Mary Catherine Motchar and Jim Clayton Carol Mowery Angela Mudrak ’68 Nancy Donoughe Mueller ’66

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Beverly McDade Mulholland ’61 Elizabeth Hards Murphy ’65 Paul and Rebecca Murphy Diana Murphy-Greiner ’64 Antoinette and Joseph Murray Mary McNerney Murray ’58 Ann and Don Myers Donald and Elaine Myers Gertrude S. Myers ’94 Joan Facchine Myers ’71 Joy Peluso-Myers and Leroy Myers Ann L. Natale ’63 National Polymers, Inc. Cathy McGlinchey Neal ’66 Rosalie Catalino Nebiolo ’61 Ed and Anna Nelis Todd Nelson Nemacolin Woodlands Resort Mary Ellen Hau Nemo ’64 Mary Clark Neumann ’09 and Michael Neumann ’10 Anita Newell Talib Nichiren ’96 Helen L. Nicholson Maryann J. Nicholson Brandon Norman Northwestern Mutual Life Joyce Novotny-Prettiman ’97 Jean Rybak Nutter ’68 Laura M. Hambruch Oakes ’10 Erin Pearson O’Brien ’04 and Sean P. O’Brien ’10 Virginia Carroll O’Brien ’45 Helen F. O’Connor ’49 Karen Fisher O’Connor ’75 Margaret Bergin O’Connor ’69 Molly Glock O’Hara ’78 Mary Ann Joyce Oesterle ’61 Deborah Vest Oropeza ’76 Otterbein United Methodist Church Susan Pipak Owens ’73 Painting with a Twist Vivian Davidson Palmer ’60 Karen Kucinski Palochik ’67 Ellen Panebianco ’62 Frank and Karen Paris Andrea M. Pascale ’61 Melissa Pasquinelli ’96 Past, Present, Future John and Tonita Paul Pawlak HVAC Charlene Perillo ’99 Michael and Kimberly Perone Kathleen Assini Perry ’59 John and Cynthia Petrarca Monica Martyak Petrick ’59 Margaret Petruska ’66 Nicholas Petruzzi Maureen and Mark Pettis Nancy Grieco Pfeiffer ’69 Rosemarie Rzasa Phaneuf ’63 Jennie Fusco Piccuta ’48 Mildred Richter Pietrangelo ’44 Frances Planinsek ’63 Pleasant Unity Pizza Suzanne M. Plesha ’71 Patricia Dreistadt Policastro ’64 Peggy Hammill Polito ’59 Joanne Dobson Pontani ’68 Jeffrey and Tamara Porterfield

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Mary Ann Farrell Price ’61 Judith and Donald Pripstein Beverly S. Pultz ’84 Grace Hoover Puterman ’64 Quest Realty Partnership Real McCoy Pizza Jennifer L. Reed ’62 Johann and Al Reeder Patrick G. Reese Patricia Garvey Regan ’63 Regions Financial Corporation Foundation Monsignor John A. Regoli Jennifer Reifsteck ’04 Linda and Jeffrey Reisner Jason Rellick Marlene Moisan Renfro ’52 Rent-A-Wreck of Latrobe Mary Kathryn Norton Ridenour ’74 Constance and Brian Riker Lorraine Verdi Riley ’51 Rob’s Auto Detailing Rodef Shalom Congregation Catherine Fetherston Roeder ’52 + and Alex E. Roeder Kathleen Solasz Ross ’68 Patricia Troll Roy ’51 Kay Rozinak Nancy and Farrell Rubenstein Gloria Dauchess Ruchanan ’71 Ana L. Ruiz-Godreau ’51 M. Annette Russell ’77 Joyce E. Sabatino Janice Germy Sandrick ’76 Angeline Pantana Santillo ’58 Catherine Dughi Santorum ’40 Gene A. and Iva Jean Saraceni Mary Lou Kerr Sarber ’68 Elizabeth Plavcan Sarson ’65 Audra and Russell Sassack Patricia S. Scatena ’73 Ellen Uschak Schimpf ’72 Janet Gliedt Schneider ’55 Schneider’s Dairy, Inc. Gretchen Behringer Schofield Jacqueline Bifano Scholar ’62 Nona Corbett Schonbachler ’59 Joanne D. Schott ’70 Lorraine Sciacca-Finch ’75 Buck Scott Scott Chiropractic Charles M. Seamens Security Officer’s Training Academy, Inc. Dorothy Kerber Seiling ’61 Margaret Kelly Seiter ’39 Timothy Selway Raymond J. Sero Beth Shapiro Beth A. Shaughnessy Ryan and Dayna Shaw Sara Radford Shea ’56 Kay Shotts Shedwick ’60 Joan Sheehan Frances Sabol Sheffler ’67 Robert and Michele Sheridan Diane Maguire Sherwood ’66 Pamela Lajeunesse Shipman ’74 Diana H. Shutt ’91 Silicon Valley Community Foundation Douglas and Sue Simkins Dorothy Simmers

Susan and Daniel Simmers Rosemary Ryan Skelly ’46 Dale Skoff Barbara Bifulco Skonieczki ’78 Mary G. Skubak ’80 Andrew R. Skvarca ’06 Valerie and Thomas Slavic Homer and Beth Sleek Christine and Darrell S. Smith Ellen McGuire Smith ’66 Judith Russell Smith ’60 Michael and Helen Smith Patrick E. Smith, Jr. ’16 Rosemary Blum Smith ’70 Douglas and Stephanie Smoot Patricia Mueller Speer ’81 Nancy J. Sprock ’84 Mary Arleen Squitieri, S.C. ’62 + SSM Industries, Inc. Stage Right Ann Combs Stainton ’70 Theresa Wathne Stanley-Simaner ’61 Susan Meister Star ’70 Esther Jane Keslar Staranko ’84 John J. Stasik Maria V. Stein Kathy Luketich Stem ’77 Doreen Rose Stempien ’62 Warren and Linda Stevens Carol Miller Stillwagon ’63 Victoria Stock Ronald Stoof Mary Hope Kirk Straub ’64 Elizabeth and Paul Stroble Margaret R. Stubbs ’85 Audrey Naley Sullivan ’51 Brian and Karen Sullivan Ellen Newmyer Sullivan ’68 Marilyn Sullivan-Cosetti and The Honorable Joseph L. Cosetti Paula and Corey Sunday Supper Club Kimberly and Jeffrey Swetye Alice Hughes Sziede ’63 Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59 Kathryn Brennan Tarantino ’71 Larry Taylor ’95 Cynthia Teamann ’79 Roseann Funari Tedesco ’73 Anna Marie Tempero ’65 Eric and Jenna Temple Joshua A. Testa ’11 Judy DeAngelis Thimons ’81 Thomas Thole Sally Healey Thomas ’56 Antoinette Barila Thompson ’68 Kimberly Barkley Thompson ’98 Linda Conroy Thornley ’67 Patricia Walker Thornton ’72 Doug Thower Kent and Judith Thrower Barbara Hetzel Tocci ’64 Barbara A. Tompko ’94 Viera Novak Trapp ’68 Louanne Guida Travers ’67 Caroline Ayars Treiber ’59 Patricia Holzshu Trichtinger ’61 Kenneth Trumbetta, Jr. ’11 Van Thuy Pham Truong ’81 Brian Tucker

Josephine Maietta Turano ’47 Turik’s Electric, LLC Jerrell Turner Tuscano Agency Jean Meagher Ulitz ’43 Anne M. Urban ’99 Vacation Station Travel Valley Limousine and Charter Erica H. Van Adelsberg Karen L. Van Droff Judy Wagner Velky ’68 Walter and Celeste Vilk Walter S. Vilk Mary Wolf Vogel ’61 Kathleen Keally Voigt ’59 Patricia Bender Voltz ’52 Annabelle Wekar Volz ’48 Virginia Voytek Marlene Anne Vrbanic-Fink ’83 Kathleen Polonus Waddell ’71 Heather A. Wade ’96 Mary Memmi Wallace ’88 Joan Bachand Walsh ’56 Mary Ellen Cyzeska Wampler ’81 Collin Wansor Tracy and Brian Warman Joan Dzmura Warzeski ’51 Mary M. Washko ’42 Lauren M. Wassil ’06 Beverly and Reese Watkins Irene M. Wattay ’98 Waves Equipment Source Webb’s Service Center, Inc. James and Annie Weber Dan and Jan Weisberg Leonard Weitzman Todd Welsh ’06 Susan Wendel Wendy’s Trucking, Inc. West Penn Police Recreation League Westmoreland Bar Association Westmoreland Museum of American Art Elizabeth Jean Landers Wheaton ’55 Joylynn White Candice McMullen Whitsel ’72 Christopher A. Wilk ’15 William Penn Care Center Rush Williams Eleanor Berg Wisniewski ’65 Frederick Withum Boyd E. Wolff Cathy and Thomas Wollenberg Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley ’55 Enid Smith Yealy ’46 Dyan Yingst Ruth M. Yost ’08 and Robert A. Yost ’08 Adele Gilroy Young ’69 Patricia Cosgrove Young ’69 Anne Bennis Zacherl ’48 Louisa Wilson Zadecky ’68 and Leonard Zadecky Matthew Zamosky ’10 Diane Zeiger Carol Corsetti Zeitler ’70 Miriam L. Zimmerman

Up to $99 Daniel R. Abbenante ’14 Catrina Abbott Coreen Abston + Deceased


Sarah Rosenberg Ackerman ’06 Fred Adams, Jr. Nina Adams ’95 Regina Addison ’97 Linda and James T. Adler Aenon Baptist Church Norma Jean Agona Dorothy Gross Ague ’98 David and Terri Aiello Calvin Alardo Desiree and Mark Albo Catherine Albornoz Maria and Marcelo Albornoz Craig and Debra Aldrich Allegheny County Funeral Directors Association, Inc. Brittany Allen ’14 Robert Allshouse AmazonSmile Thomas M. Ammons, III Gina N. Anderson ’15 Milton L. Anderson ’04 Reverend and Mrs. Hans Andrae Isabelle Flood Andrews ’51 Sheila M. Angel ’00 Ronald and Nancy Angerman Andrea M. Ansell ’07 Emmanuel J. Answine Janice Antczak ’69 Rosina DiAbundo Anthony ’68 Rosina Apolinario Morshe D. Araujo ’14 Cynthia Arcuri ’99 Regina McKay Armswood ’58 Michael Arnzen Daniel A. Astfalk ’11 Melissa Whiteman Bachman ’07 and John A. Bachman ’07 Romaine Backer Jacqueline L. Bahnak ’91 Julia Baird Lauren Bairnsfather Elizabeth McDonough Baker ’64 John and Philomena Balenovich Erin Bales ’14 Elaine Goldbach Balfe ’82 John Ballard Melanie Feczko Barbera ’78 Geena L. Barberio ’16 Gianna Barerra John Barnes Bea L. Barr Carole A. Barrett ’69 Stacy Bartlebaugh-Gmys ’96 and Ronald J. Gmys ’92 Amy-Gabrielle Bartolac ’14 Michael Bartolac Pamela M. Basista ’70 Steven G. Bassett Shulamit I. Bastacky Kathy J. Baum ’07 Baxter International Foundation Calvin Beam Darren Beasock Hilary Beattie Peter Beattie Theresa Conte Becht ’84 Luanne Beck ’80 Madeleine Benoit Beck ’61 Taylor Belcastro Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Evan Bellas ’16 Michael D. Belsito ’12 James and Kathleen Bendel Catherine and Christopher Bender Nancy E. Bennett ’78 Mikayla Beranek ’16 Eric Beresford Leslie Berger Brian Bernacki Amanda J. Bernard ’12 Kurt Beshore Marie Merriman Best ’60 Joann Billheimer Robert J. Bilyo, Jr. Mary Anne Bishop ’58 Elise Perisino Bizup ’65 Eric Blackburn Isabel W. Blackburn Amber M. Bliss ’16 Roy Bodnar Susan and Kevin Boehme Jeffrey Bogdan ’00 Teresa M. Bogert Keri and Stephen Bollinger Sarah Smith Borie ’69 Sally Bosco ’03 Kathy Haughey Boss ’70 Michele Bossert Jean S. Boucek ’61 Margaret Bridges Bowen ’61 David Bower Pamela Stofko Boyce ’65 Jackson Boyd ’14 Mike Bradburn Samantha Brancato ’16 Suzanne M. Brannagan ’84 Maureen Delaney Brant ’90 Barbara Stetson Brasco ’68 Laurie H. Brelsford ’90 Carole Zippi Brennan ’69 Carol Ann Smith Brereton ’60 Juliann Pavlasky Brier ’88 Carol Ann Chaffee Bright ’61 Kimberly Nath Bringe ’87 and Peter D. Bringe Charles L. Brochetti Eva F. Bronner ’44 Carl Wallace Brown, Jr. Elly Sparks Brown ’72 Justin Brown Ken Brown Elaine G. Bryan ’84 Jeanne-Marie Arricale Bua ’67 Mary Ann Fisher Buck ’68 Joseph and Virginia Bucknavage Martin and Mary Bucknavage Matt and Robin Bucknavage Elizabeth Deignan Budney ’60 Haley W. Burns ’15 Lucy Horn Burns ’58 Mary Ann Palmisano Burns ’53 Mary Michael Burns, S.C. ’61 Samantha Byerly ’16 Marian Gasbarro Cadwallader ’76 James Caffrey Morgan P. Cain ’13 Kevin T. Cala ’13 Mary K. Calligan ’14 Jerome Callwood Martin and Theresa Camloh

Cory Campbell Frank Campbell David J. Cannon ’11 David and Carol Cantando Lucian M. Cappetta Carlie A. Capponi ’15 Logan Carns Robin Carns Carrie L. Caroselli ’07 Mary J. Caroselli Linda Carr Keith Carter Marguerite L. Carty Thomas and Pamela Caruso Joan T. Casale ’57 Christin Casavant ’16 Judith Chiari Caudill ’61 Casey Cavanaugh Cory Cavanaugh Roger and Marisa Cazden Ray Cefola Iman Chamas ’16 Mark Charlesworth Wayne Chrestay Audrey Vivirito Christenson ’09 Barbara Harman Christian ’55 Allan Clay Karlee R. Cleary ’12 Shirley R. Clements ’91 Elaine Barno Closser ’68 Anne H. Coiner ’93 Christine and Todd Cole Patricia Cole Mark and Tracy Colella Carleen Coleman Tracy M. Coles S. Bryan Colvin ’13 Matthew Comito Brad L. Comport ’13 Congregation Emanu- El Israel Thomas E. Connair ’14 Roxane Maciasz Connors ’80 William and Adela Connors Cheryl Bragg Cook ’76 Adam and Christina Coppula Dolores Maloney Corey ’45 Carol-Ann Diffenderfer Corrigan ’59 Nellie A. Costabile ’70 Brendan Costantino Laramie Cowan Dora Cox Martha King Cox ’55 Cranberry Equestrian Christine McIlvaine Creegan ’67 Michael Cresanta Karen L. Cressman and Andrew S. Smith Marsha Mabon Critchfield ’74 Sharon A. Crock Charlotte Rundel Cronauer ’71 Mary Alice Fritz Cronin ’61 Ann M. Crosby ’11 Julianne Crowl Suzanne Easley Crowley ’51 Amy Culey ’15 Jay and Beth Cunningham Karen Cunningham, S.C. Kenneth S. Curnow Janine Wilson Curran ’55 Christine L. Cusick Marilyn L. Cutshall ’80

Joan Archard Cuttle ’57 Trevor W. Cyr ’15 Linda J. DaBiero ’10 Amelia Cirota Dascenzo ’63 Anne and Bob Daviault Joann Lencoski Davic ’66 Scott Davin Carolyn and Scott Davis Colleen Davis ’16 Eleanor Schumacher Davis ’39 Lindsey E. Davis ’04 Phyllis Davis Dawn Bulas Davoli ’85 Adelle Schmalzried Dawson ’64 Fabiane de Souza Christianna Deaner Kristin L. Dearborn ’11 A.J. DeFazio Anthony DeFazio John M. DeFazio Nathan A. DeFilippi ’12 DelGross Services, LLC Linda J. Delia ’69 Michael P. Dell ’14 Mary DellaValle Perry and Elena DellaValle Perry and Kathleen DellaValle Joseph and Kelly DeMaio Verena Zitt DeMary ’84 Terrance E. DePasquale Carol Donohue DeRiggi ’59 Dave and Judy DeRose Andrew DeSana Anthony J. DeSana ’15 Rosemary DeSana Dorinda and Ronald J. DiBiase Emaline Diehl ’99 Megan and Jonse Diethorn Sandra Dietrich ’99 Jenni Dillard ’15 Jeremy Dixon ’16 Jody Evans Dlugos ’00 Linda Doerfler-Bartolacci ’84 Carol J. Dolan Dorothy Dolan, S.C. ’64 Dollar General Gary and Maureen Dolney Michele and Frederick Dombo Dominicks, LLC Deborah Donahue ’07 Derek R. Donaldson ’09 David and Michele Donate Patricia Cosgrove Donlan ’57 Jean E. Donovan Mary Donovan Nickie M. Doran ’03 Larry Doutt Scott W. Downing Claudia and Kevin Doyle Ruth L. Drescher Margaret Melvin Driller ’84 Jennifer Gardner Drizos ’01 Jessica Orlowski Dufalla ’12 and Christopher R. Dufalla ’11 Margaret A. Ketenheim Duffy Mary Dawn Adair Dumm ’76 and Lawrence J. Dumm James Dunlap ’98 Joseph N. Dunski

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Natalie Wolfe Duval ’04 and Matthew Duvall ’04 Letitia Brett Dwyer ’57 Joseph and Sandra Dykta Valerie and Dana Eachus Richard and Gina Edwards Linda Eger Rhonda Ekwunoh Genevieve I. Eldredge ’11 Elliott Community Federal Credit Union Michelle Elliott Timothy L. Ellison June Riley Emmett ’51 Ashley Emrich ’16 Cynthia Endlich ’16 Nicholas J. Erminio Elaine Ervin ’06 Marie Smith Esselborn ’56 Gina Eachus Etchings ’06 and Landon Etchings ’07 Richard and Diane Etherington Sara Jane McNally Eusebi ’63 Dylan S. Everett ’16 Jane Faber Jerry and Lori Fagan Linda Burke Falcone ’69 Fantastic Sams Darleen M. Farley ’70 Sheila Wrang Farrell ’61 Joann Federoff Diana R. Fedorchak ’67 Kristine T. Feliciani Insurance Agency, Inc. Cynthia T. Ferguson ’14 Michael Ferrari ’07 Denise V. Ferris ’78 Ryan Fichter Jean Fineman Sandra Finley ’87 Virginia Regan Finn ’55 Emma J. Firment ’16 Amanda Fischetti ’11 Fish Window Cleaning Terrence J. Fitzmaurice ’05 Fix My PC D. Flagg Venessa Sonson Flanders ’77 Elizabeth Reilly Flanigan ’62 Judi Fleming ’05 Rosemary R. Fleming, S.C. ’72 Sheri Flemming ’15 Brandon G. Flythe ’07 Foley Family Trust Carrie L. Foltz John and Jennifer Forbes Josh D. Forbes ’15 Robert and Mable Forbes Eugene Forish ’09 Lois Hutchin Fornes ’68 Stephanie and Tom Forsman Virginia Motsay Fossaceca ’61 Rosalia Carter Foy ’49 Sharon A. Franco ’91 Cynthia Olenick Franzi ’77 William C. French Kristen Frick ’11 Ina R. Friedman Katie Fritsch ’11 Joanne Bergamasco Gabriel ’60 Matthew S. Galadyk ’10 Anita L. Gallagher

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Janet Galley Margaret Galley Mary Anne Daly Gannon ’49 Beatriz Garcia ’90 Michelle Gouaze Gardner ’69 Denis P. Garvey Ronald and Lisa Gates Jeff and Doris Gaudy Adrienne D. Geiger ’80 Dylan Gelven ’15 Rebecca S. George Cynthia Ralston Gerken ’70 Caroline V. Gessner ’15 Lorraine Delose Ghion ’81 Ann M. Giacobbi Jennifer Miron Giannini ’91 Christine H. Giel Mary Beth Gray Gigler ’70 Jharrin Gill ’16 Patricia Wesner Gill ’67 Tom Gillen Sara-Jane DeAngelo Gillott ’01 and H. Justin Gillott, Jr. ’11 Joan Malek Gmiter ’68 Joann Goe StacyAnn Golden ’10 Golf For Her, Inc. Golon, Inc. Cody E. Golon ’15 Nash J. Golon ’12 Maria and Raymond Gomolka Karen Gorirossi Barbara Jo Amato Gorman ’71 Karen Ponton Gorman ’86 Mary Gornick ’08 Sam Gottesman Richelle Zalepa Gourley ’92 Rebecca Graham ’72 Brian Graydon Julie Broderick Green ’61 Mae Green Gina N. Greenway ’14 Frances Grevish ’92 Victoria Marie Gribschaw, S.C. ’65 Linda Liedke Griffiths ’74 Bill Grisez Joseph D. Grmusa ’14 Andrea Grondwalski ’91 Dennis Gronski Dennis Gronski, Jr. Matthew G. Grove ’11 and Courtney Grove Louise Grundish, S.C. Mark G. Gruss Bill Guadalupe John A. Gula Alexandra Gulli ’14 Mary Kay Prokopik Guzik ’78 Adam Haas ’09 James and Molly Hackimer Mary Gast Hafner ’79 Susan Hahner ’96 Alex D. Haines ’14 Henry Haisch Maurann Vargo Hakun ’88 Eunice Halfhill Candace Hall ’16 Cassandra W. Hall ’65 Corinne Volk Hall ’84 Ryan Hall ’16

Georgine M. Hallam Rebecca R. Halsey ’15 Gerald Halula Josephine Hamrock Hamer ’70 Joseph and Nicole Hammett M. Colleen McLaughlin Hammon ’71 Virginia Parker Hammond ’57 Teresa Hammons Richard and Katherine Hampshire Colette Hanlon, S.C. ’63 Maura D. Hansen ’13 Philomena A. Hanson ’08 Thomas P. Harbert Hilary Harding ’86 Meighan Lloyd Harding ’98 Elizabeth Shank Hardinger ’61 Carol Taschler Harkins ’57 Bryan M. Harmon ’07 and Jamie Clark Harmon ’07 Jerry and Elizabeth Harness Karen Harouse-Bell ’82 Tim Harrer Ed and Francine Hart Lance and Jessica Hartman Roger Hartmann Grace Hartzog, S.C. ’71 Mitch Harvey Tammy T. Hawthorne Marcella Logan Hayden ’56 Ryan J. Hayden ’14 Jeffrey Hayes Matthew Healey ’07 Brooke M. Hebrank ’15 Justin Heinauer Gary and Colleen Helander Kathryn Kochanowski Hemlick ’81 Hempfield Area Band Parents Association Christopher and Colleen Henckel Ann Lynn Henderson ’71 Dave Henderson David Henman Jamie Henry Lynne and Charles Henry Mark Henry Cody Herald John and Joyce Hergert Penny M. Herr Ramon Herrera William Herstine Greg and Lisa Hertzog Paige Hertzog Rachel M. Hilbert ’13 Alexander H. Hill ’14 Elinor Fritschi Hill ’51 Rebecca Hill Rickey and Patricia Hill Dawn Parsley Himler ’76 Diann and Gregory Hogan Patricia Hogan ’67 Nancy Hogue Elizabeth Holby Jennifer A. Holleran Home Economist in Home Making Club Honda Matching Gift Program Timothy and Erin Horan Barbara and Richard Howard Zane Howard Rita Monastra Howell ’51 Patrice Hughes, S.C. ’62 Kimberly Hultgren

Judy and Robert Humble George A. Hurley ’10 Sally Hamilton Hurrianko ’65 Kathleen A. Huth ’77 Janice Burkhardt Hylton-Tischler ’85 Chris P. Ilse ’13 Ann Infanger, S.C. ’55 Scott Isenberg Jeanne Iwler Joyce Jablonski Dorothy A. Jacko, S.C. ’68 Karen Derek Jackson ’65 Lisa Jackson Rabbi Walter Jacob Carol W. Jacobs Joan Bollinger Jahnsen ’77 Jeannette Distributing, Inc. Linda Stark Jensen ’70 Barbara Travers Jentes ’87 Keisha Jimmerson ’97 Jasmine Johnson ’16 Katherine Sheridan Johnson ’79 Barbara Binder Jones ’57 Emily Jones ’16 Jennifer Jones Nicole A. Jones Ronald and Patrice Jones Riley Jorgensen Linda G. Joseph ’61 Michael and Rebecca Joseph Tammy and George A. Joseph, III Brandon Jossey ’14 Kristin A. Juhasz ’12 Donna and John Kachmar Susan and Kenneth Kafka Maura Kahn Laura Kampo ’89 Rosemary Vallozzi Kampo ’63 Randy and Cheryl Kania Judith Susa Kapfhammer ’66 Michael L. Kaplan ’11 Michelle Kardos ’16 Barbara Molinaro Karp Anna Mary Cossel Karpinski ’55 Kevin Karran ’16 Kathy Hutter Katarski ’72 Mark Katarski David and Margery Keller Breanna R. Kelly ’16 Christine E. Kennedy ’03 Janice Rohal Kenney ’82 Gloria Fanelli Kenny ’47 Pilar Kerestan ’04 Caroline Kerestes ’16 Margaret Krehlik Kerr ’63 Michael and Patsy Kersteter Brandon Ketchum Daryl Zwigart Kezell ’61 Lisa A. Kifer ’05 and Robert Kifer Kelley Kilduff Karissa J. Kilgore ’07 Nancy Chamberlain Kimball ’70 Kevin and Maureen Kinney Barbara DeCroce Kiryluk ’68 Steven J. Kittey Mildred Klecker Allie Kleinschmidt Isabelle and Scott Kleinschrodt Marilyn Maloy Kline ’69 Brenda Forbes Knab ’71 + Deceased


Regina Stas Knestaut ’81 Rita Csech Knott ’55 Derek Knotts Helen and Albin Kochanowski Markita Kochevar ’70 Donna L. Koenig Patrick J. Kohl ’11 Jillian Kohler Kathleen Kollman ’15 Robert and Elizabeth Kossler Michelene Weber Kossol ’82 Lorna Ocker Kotlin ’89 Rosemarie Palko Kovarcik ’65 Judith A. Koveleskie Nancy and Kevin Kowalczewski Boris and Elaine Kozolchyk Alice Slavin Krafft ’45 Donna and Dennis Kraus Edward J. Kress, II Paula Krupa Ronald and Cynthia Kulczynski Marguerite Simpson Kull ’71 Eleanor Kumer

Michael and Patricia Lantzy Marilyn Moran Lanz ’63 Leslie LaRose Jerianne Larson Stephen and Christine Laslo Marion Firestone Laughner ’57 Barbara Blazek Lavelle ’84 Brady C. Lawrence ’15 Barbara Weisensee Leach ’80 Lisa and Robert LeDonne Amanda Lee ’12 Heather M. Lee ’07 Tricia Leedom ’14 Dylan Lefebvre ’14 Kalie Mills Leksell ’10 Maria R. Lemmo ’14 Anita Leonard ’88 Joseph and Carole Leonardis Carol Ann Leshock ’68 Kimberly A. Lesterick ’12 and Matthew R. McCartney ’09 Joan and Howard Leukhardt Mike LeViseur ’12

Elizabeth Kramer Lyng ’76 Amanda MacAllister ’06 Tammy MacDonald-Wilson ’96 Holly Mackewicz Jonathan Macurak ’14 Macy’s Foundation Marian Madden, S.C. ’83 Judith Miller Maher ’81 Nicole M. Makos ’16 Susan Holden Mallah ’81 Stephanie and Pat Malley Joanne Sterbutzel Malone ’54 Honora Malley Manchester ’65 Susan Manchin Charles Mandarino ’16 Maria Manera Jessica Mann Bernadette Manning, S.C. ’71 Patricia and Donald Marco Dorothy Ferrante Marinucci ’52 Art Marizzaldi Jack Markowitz Tony and Sue Marks

Michele K. McArdle ’75 Sharon Spehar McCague ’91 Bob and Jolene McCarthy Erika Haitz McCarthy ’10 and Michael P. McCarthy ’09 Jacquelyn Fontana McCarthy ’11 and David A. McCarthy ’11 Patrick P. McCarthy ’14 Carol McCormick ’89 John McCune Christine Weniger McDermott ’69 Kathleen M. McDermott Robert and Kathryn McDermott Jeannine Kindelan McDevitt ’76 Janet Mooney McGehean ’65 Anne Ende McGervey ’61 Julia McGinniss McGowan ’26 + Jim and MaryAlice McGuigan Christy McHugh ’10 Cynthia and Kevin McHugh Kathleen Randall McIlnay ’72 William McKee Thomas C. McKinney ’14

SAn FrAnCiSCO, CA

President Mary Finger hosted an event for alumni and friends from the San Francisco area on november 12 at the Marriott at Fisherman’s Wharf.

Ashley Kunsa Diane M. Kuntz Ellen Einsporn Kusterer ’09 and Brian M. Kusterer ’08 Judy and Kenneth Kutchman Kaitlyn E. Kutchman ’16 Shelby Kyllo ’16 Anna La Voie ’15 Jonnah Labishak ’16 Florence Kunkle Laffoon ’52 Sarah E. Lago ’16 Valerie Timko Lambert ’94 Susan E. Lambie ’97 Jessica Lami Rebecca S. Lamison ’11 Michelle R. Lane ’15 Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Seated L-R: Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64, Marie Utzig ’49, Mary C. Finger, Constance Gritte Berto ’54, Marie Merriman Best ’60, Sheila Reilly Knoth ’60, Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60, Louise Franklin. Standing L-R: Sandra DeBourelando ’72, Paul Lambert, Rachel Kautz Lambert ’94, Nancy Ritz Hudson ’66, John Hudson, Miriam Zimmerman, Sally Leete Clarke ’57, David Paris, Barbara Binder Jones ’57, Roy Knoth, Judith Stanley ’58, Cameron Best, Charles Franklin. Missing from photo but in attendance: J. Gerald Slavonia.

Bertha Lewis James and Roxanne Lewis Marilyn Fox Lewis ’98 Nancy Ligus ’16 Alex Lincoln Gina Carrick Lindenfeldar ’90 Eileen Lisker Jared W. Littler ’11 Ashley Loftis Melissa A. Long ’14 Steven J. Long ’07 Margaret Zimmerlin Lope ’71 Todd Lorenzi Aurea M. Lucas ’08 Ty Lydic Donna Hibbs Lynch ’03

Rosemarie Porto Marone ’57 Joseph and Susan Marotta Susan Scholze Marotta ’73 Randy and Wendy Marra Sue Marra Bonnie M. Marron ’77 John and Martha Marron Rosemary Emmerling Marsolais ’43 Bob Martin Felicia L. Mason Jeffrey Mastrangelo Randall Mastrangelo Michael and Karen Mastroianni John Matey Margaret E. Matz ’84 Jan McArdle ’69

Lynn R. McMillen-Begley ’79 Andrew McNab ’15 Jacqueline Driscoll McNamara ’73 Marianne McNanny Patricia Clifford McTigue ’56 Justin A. Meenan ’09 Catherine Meinert, S.C. ’71 Terry Mell Michele Mellick ’16 Ray Mello Menasha Corporation Bailee and Kenneth Mendelson Jeffrey Metz Kenneth Metzger Constance Jacobelli Meyers ’75 Gretchen K. Meyers ’10

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Marianne Meyers ’87 Paul and Wendy Mica Ryan R. Michalowski ’15 Elise B. Michaux Catherine F. Mickolay ’66 Marianne Miele ’80 Deborah Palanko Mikita ’73 Jacie Milchak ’16 Barbara Miller, S.C. ’64 Barbara McKenna Miller ’59 Carrie A. Miller ’12 Dean and Kelly Miller Marie Corona Miller, S.C. ’64 Rosemary Miller Eric P. Minerd ’13 Gail Minor ’73 Linda M. Misterkiewicz ’73 Ann M. Mitchell Collin Mitchell Daniel Mitchell Devon Mitchell Stephanie Mizla Rachel Moats ’16 Lisa and Arthur Moeller Eileen M. Moffa ’15 Dorothy Del Bene Mohn ’51 Jacqueline Hume Mohn ’57 Fred J. Moleck Greg Molinda Lynne Monroe Lynette and Mark Monroe Sharon E. Moore Jan and Louis Morcheid Sarah J. Morcheid ’10 Barbara and John Morelli Mary and Paul Morgan Michele Morgan ’16 Kerri Mountain ’04 John and Debra Mucy Michael Mullig ’06 Virginia Gonsalves Mulvany ’52 Iva Munk ’88 Donna Munro ’04 Cindy Murdock Jenn Murdock James P. Murphy Kyle Murphy Margaret Schroeder Murphy ’67 Raven N. Murphy ’16 Colleen Claybaugh Murray ’79 James P. Murray, III ’98 Mary A. Murray Todd Murrock Mary Jo Mutschler, S.C. ’69 Cheryl Natale ’83 Bethanne Natali David Nath Glenn and Julie Nath Rod Necciai Carl Neighbors ’98 Janet E. Nelson ’72 Ed Neminski Fred Nene Laura Shuttle Nestor ’52 Lynda Neumann Patricia and John Neumann New Attitude Dress Salon James W. Newman ’15 Paula Kiles Newman ’64 Tamara and Rick Nicholas

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Nicholson’s Painting Karen Nickel Richard and Margaret Nicolaus Tomi Ann Nolan ’54 Mrs. J. Gordon Noroski Breanna N. Novosel ’16 Brian M. Novotny Richard M. Nugent Helen Hammond Nussear ’66 Maureen O’Brien, S.C. ’67 Karen O’Meara O’Connell ’70 Patricia Fajerski O’Hanlon ’73 M. Diane Adley O’Malley ’68 Dave Offner Joan Leonard Ohi ’85 Tajudeen O. Olatunji ’06 James and Barbara Oliver John Olson Kimberley A. Opatka-Metzgar ’84 Amy Opsitnick ’00 and Edward Opsitnick Elaine B. Organek ’60 Eileen Trant Orie ’59 Marjorie DiRisio Orlando ’69 Catherine Oswald ’15 Catherine Oswald Elizabeth Otwell Patrick R. Owens Edward and Mary Pacella Janine Pagano Mary Katherine Paguyo ’91 Lucinda Gray Painter ’78 William Painter Barbara Palangio ’11 Mary Lou Palas, S.C. ’69 Amber Palfy ’16 Timothy Palmer Anne Marie Palumbo ’69 Joy Cocchiola Pankin ’68 Joan Orris Papinchak ’57 Randee L. Paraskevopoulos ’13 Beatrice Ann Parenti, S.C. ’69 Linda Foschia Parise ’62 Jeanette F. Parmigiani Reverend Charles J. Parr Dave Parr Elizabeth Pascarella Aaron Pascazi ’11 Cynthia and Vincent Pasceri & Family Kirsten L. Patrick ’11 Susan Carman Patrick ’64 Laura S. Patterson Traci A. and Steve J. Pawlak Laurie K. Peddicord ’01 Nicole Peeler Kimberly Swanson Pellicer ’87 Susan Riss Pellish ’73 Diane Peluso Mary Anne Marcinizyn Pendola ’67 Kayla Percic ’16 Ashley N. Perillo William and Amy Perroz Patricia Persin Ben Petchel ’10 Andrea Chontos Peters ’76 Mary Ann Peterson Mary Jane Kirschner Peterson ’69 Thomas Petnuch Michael J. Petrucci Katherine Pettis Audrey and Timothy Phillips

Marc A. Piche ’15 Elizabeth Cetola Pietruska ’63 Maria Pitts Pleasure Acres Farm David Plecenik Anne and Kip Plummer Curtis and Melanie Pohl Garland Debner Pohl Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich ’77 John and Virginia Poirier Rinaldo Policicchio Nancy Rashlich Pollak ’87 Kim and Michael Polosky Bernadette Kovach Ponko ’71 Jane and Joe Pontious Karen Griffin Poole ’80 Aislinn Poulich Emma McGinniss Powderly ’29 + Elizabeth Powell ’16 Amy Powers Mary Victor Powers, S.C. ’66 Andrew J. Poye ’09 Claire Weber Prendergast ’48 Donald A. Primerano Nancy Pringle Joy Procida ’89 Progressive Mary Rillo Pruchnic ’54 Corey A. Pruzinsky ’16 Barbara Kutch Pryle ’69 Ryan Pudlowski Donna and Charles Pupich Kyle F. Quinlan Jane and Ed Quinn Frank Quirin Michael R. Racko Robert and Deborah Ramanna Nancy Rambacher ’60 Deborah Ranish ’13 RuthAnn Fischer Ranker ’72 Linda and Richard Raraigh Richard D. Raraigh ’11 Noah N. Rastall Pierina A. Ravotto S. Mark Rayburg Razoo Foundation Charlette Dent Reed ’04 Jennifer Reeger Catherine A. Reeves ’84 Carol Wessol Regici ’72 Rebecca McClenahan Reifer ’95 Lori and Raymond Renda J. Elaine Resnick ’87 Lynn Rettinger, S.C. ’70 Josephine Riccio ’73 Bruna A. Riccobon Ellen Schneider Richards ’72 H. Scott and Ruth Ringstad Mary Wilson Risewick ’59 Anthony and Rita Rizzo Donald U. Robertson Mary Frances Huth Robey ’63 Rachel N. Robison ’16 Mary Agnes Aust Roccio ’63 Barbara Leahey Roeber ’51 William and Lucy Rohan Shelby Romanik ’16 Patricia Rombola Lorraine Roskie Irene Hoferka Roskovensky ’76

Aimee Culler Ross ’96 Steven Routman Virginia Koslosky Rowe ’86 Daniel J. Ruby ’11 Kaleigh Ruffner ’11 JoAnne Duca Rugh ’70 Charles and Alice Rulapaugh Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Anthony J. Rusch ’14 Leslie and Randy Rusch, Jr. Randall and Linda Rusch Bill Ryan Mary Ann Ryan ’68 Mary Janet Ryan, S.C. Elizabeth Sabo Herbert and Roslyn Sachs Virginia Groves Sackett ’71 Maura Barry Salins ’87 Stacey Sanders ’02 Kathleen R. Sanford ’12 Nicolette Santercangelo ’16 Jim and Judy Santora Alex Savage Lisa Scalzitti Joseph and Joanne Scherer Ada and Ronald Schire Garrett Schneider Harry Schneider Steven and Michele Schnelle Melissa Schwartz Michelle Schwartz Linda W. Schweitzer ’71 Dorothy Scott Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 JoAnn G. Seabol ’88 Mary Jo Robino Sebastiani ’81 Mary Therese T. Seiler ’92 Steven Seiler Reverend Eugene P. Selzer Irene M. Sepe ’69 Lisa Seremet Les Sestito Sue Ellen Sever ’00 Ronald J. Shafer ’03 Jaime Shaffer ’99 Marvin H. Shagam Abigail P. Shaughness ’14 Jeff Shaw Bernadette and Michael Shawgo Nancy Finke Sheehan ’72 Mary and Gerald Sherbondy Paula Hayes Sheridan ’65 Mary Lou Shick ’95 Carita Shields, S.C. ’65 + Robert Shifko Melanie Zelenski Shiley ’86 Samantha Shirey ’13 Isabelle Marron Shirley ’43 Jamie Shirley Laura Shoemaker ’96 Jerold and Shirley Shpargel Marion W. Siebert ’84 Mashawn Simmons Jeffrey J. Simon ’12 Linda Gioia Simon ’75 Maura Simonetti ’16 Janet Blaser Sirois ’51 + Amy Sismondo ’09 Joy M. Sjoberg Lynn D. Slaughter ’16 + Deceased


Mary Kostelnik Sloniger ’61 John L. Smail ’99 Barbara Ann Smelko, S.C. ’72 David and Joan Smeltzer Casey A. Smith ’15 E. Sharon Smith ’79 Katherine Smith Kathleen T. Smith ’78 Keegan Smith ’16 Lisa Smith Marquis Smith, Jr. MaryPatricia and Stephen Smith Mollie and Dan Smith Patrick Smith, Jr. Cheryl Smith-Hull ’82 Rita Romza Smochko ’60 Christine M. Smoody ’87 Debra Snowden Reverend Freda Dings Snyder ’00 Maria V. Snyder ’07 Robert T. Snyder, III ’10 Miriam Richard Soisson, S.C. ’51 Susan Fligger Solo ’04 Patrick Sonin Carolyn Sopko Michael Soria ’15 Sound Advice Entertainment Joseph J. Sowinski ’07 Ronald W. Spang Joan Winters Spatti ’68 Raymond Spatti Shirley Spears Spino’s Tire Service, LLC Alicia Springett Jennifer L. Sproull ’14 Kelli Alfieri Stack ’12 Rosalind and Charles Stack Ty Stackhouse Phyllis Bifano Stasko ’55 Robert Stauffer Scott A. Steel ’08 Laura Steele David and Jennifer Steffensen Janice Malego Steinhagen ’79 Carol A. Steinmetz ’91 and James Steinmetz Herb and Kathy Stephens Erin Stinner Christina Stitt ’05 Suzanne Quinlan Stone ’72 Chasady Sikler Stork ’04 Theresa Straka Diana Stringer Jane Strittmatter ’07 Mary LaFata Stroffolino ’61 Kathryn Haas Stukus ’64 Abbey E. Suhoski Marie Patrick Sullivan, S.C. ’58 Jim and Roxie Sumner Sundawg Cafe Annika L. Sundberg ’15 Minnu H. Suresh ’15 Valerie Susa ’15 Michelle Swagart Alexi J. Swank ’13 Dorothy Donauer Sweeney ’69 Lori Swettlen ’01 Tessa R. Swiger ’15 Jean Swinker Sara Taormina ’16 Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Irena Tatosian ’16 Karen S. Teck Beth Anne Glowacki Telford ’96 Carmela Tempero ’88 Jacob Temple Jenna Theis ’16 Dean and Theresa Thieler Darla J. Thomas ’86 Jessica Thomas ’11 and Amanda Willard ’12 Patricia Satryan Thomas ’58 Patrick Thomas Pamela Parrish Thomason ’83 Sandra Yowik Thomasson ’69 Mark A. Thomchick Alyssa Thornton ’16 Abbie Thrower Keith and Suzanne Thrower Virginia Nickel Tobin ’60 Ernest D. Tomassetti Melissa Toncini Veronica Ascolese Tonkovic ’71 Joan Mihalcik Toohey ’65 Kristina Torretti Rosemary Tosch Ronald Totin Patricia Toy TR Dorfman and Associates Sherry Traugh Tom Trempus Jonathan Trenski ’07 Christine Troup ’07 Dave Trushel Heather N. Tucker Kelsey Tucker Jerome Turner Mary Turner Patsy A. Turrini Rose Marie Henrich Twist ’50 Dorcas Shick Tyson ’66 William and Pamela Ungar Edward S. Ungvarsky Nick Unkovic Violet Uram ’01 Kevin C. Urtz ’12 Logan P. Urtz ’15 Valerie Uschock Domenick A. Valore Anthony and Stephanie Van Norman Kemaura Vance Suzan Vandertie ’67 Mary Alma Vandervest, S.C. ’59 Mary Linda and Paul vanMaanen Theresa Verteramo Varrato ’58 Verizon Foundation Mary Nanney Verner ’03 Ann Jones Vescial ’57 Robert Vicini Selena Vinciguerra ’16 Sherri and Richard Vlainich Marion Schasny Vogler ’48 Amy Volz ’81 David and Kimberly VonSchlichten Paula and Rodney Vought Elaine M. Voytek ’62 Casey Vrable ’16 Michael and Louise Vranesevic Milan Vukas Jessica Walker ’16 Penny A. Walker ’09 Nadine A. Wallace ’13

Walmart Walton and Suder Insurance Brian Warheit ’11 Soala Wariboko Ada Warrick Patricia A. Wasnesky ’95 Pamela Watters Erin Waugaman ’16 Brooke A. Weakland ’04 Margaret Markunas Weaver ’67 Ralph and Rosemarie Weber Cory J. Weibel ’07 Maritza Weindler Jeffery Weis Michele Lepus Weis ’84 Patricia A. Welliver Kevin Welty ’12 Jay and Nicole Wendel EJ Werner ’11 Jackie Jackman Werth ’74 Rebecca West ’08 Taylor Whaley ’15 Clark White Clinton White ’12 Diana White Matthew A. White ’15 Brandon M. Whitfield ’08 Elizabeth Whitt ’09 Emily Wierszewski M. Rosaire Wilker, S.C. ’58 Anna Ludrofsky Williams ’73 ChaRosnese Williams ’16 Jamie Williams ’06 Natasha Williams Yolanda Willis Melissa and Keith Willochell Willochell Piping Solutions Dina Wilson Reverend E. Philip Wilson Madison Wilson Mary Dot Corvington Winslow ’53 Rebecca J. Winter ’76 Mary Ann Winters, S.C. ’67 Linda Wires ’04 Michael Wise Jimmy Wochele Mark Womack James Wood Virginia and Daniel Wood Julie M. Woodburn ’10 Jade Woodridge ’16 Cheryl C. Woods ’04 V. Thomas and Wendy Worrall Mary Jo Repasky Wright ’68 Tammy and Tommy Wright Tom and Frances Wright Kathleen Kladny Yanity ’94 Winifred Monnich Yanity ’47 Mary Anne Yanosik ’83 Thomas M. Yarabinetz Caitlyn Yohn ’16 Cynthia S. Yoken Mary Ellen Young Mary Lou Yurick ’72 Larry and Carol Zabkar Bertha Zajdel Pamela Zajdel Samantha Zajdel William E. Zajdel, Sr. Robert G. Zameroski

Jennifer Della Zanna ’13 Margaret Reilly Zaums ’66 Rosemarie Evankovich Zaydak ’77 M. Diane Zelenak ’91 Margaret Zelenak ’12 Mary Anne O’Connor Zeller ’72 Jacob A. Zelmore ’14 Florence Zeve Gretchen and Richard Zewe Matt and Lauren Zielinski Elaine M. Zimmerman Margaretmary Rauterkus Zoffel ’55 H. J. Zoffer Judith A. Zorichak ’01

JOANNE WOODYARD BOYLE HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER Seton Hill University thanks the following alumni and friends for their generous donations to the construction of the JoAnne Woodyard Boyle Health Sciences Center ELIZABETH SETON CIRCLE $5,000,000 and above Richard King Mellon Foundation PIONEER SOCIETY $1,000,000 – $4,999,999 Eden Hall Foundation Katherine Mabis McKenna Foundation Daniel J. Wukich RESEARCH SOCIETY $500,000 – $999,999 Anonymous Foundation Lois A. Berner ’57 + E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. Salvitti Family Foundation PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES $250,000 – $499,999 The Marigrace & Herbert W. Boyer Foundation Mary Catherine Collier ’34 + Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Mary L. O’Neil Costello ’55 & B. Patrick Costello + Patrick J. & Catherine L. DeCourcy Hillman Foundation Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development LEADERSHIP PARTNERS $100,000 – $249,999 Cecile Anctil ’42 + George I. Alden Trust JoAnne Woodyard Boyle ’57 + & Arthur J. Boyle, Jr. Gloria Gallo Cromie ’48 + Mary Vetter Fette ’59 & Chris F. Fette First Commonwealth Bank Mary Elizabeth Drotar Fitzgerald + William Randolph Hearst Foundation National Science Foundation P.J. Dick, Inc. Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc.

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Quest Healthcare Development Michele Moore Ridge ’69 & The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge Route 88 Development Sally Dimond Sweeney ’55 + & Clayton Sweeney + Mary Jane Yochum Susan M. Yochum, S.C. ’77 BAYLEY ASSOCIATES $50,000 – $99,999 Wanda Brozda ’50 + Community Foundation of Westmoreland County Mary Jo McAteer Cadigan ’47 + Malvina P. Criner + Marcia Morgan Gumberg Margaret C. Heagarty ’57 Roberta Czerwinski Hossbacher ’49 + Arnold & Winifred Palmer Charitable Foundation Barbara A. Russell ’52 + Rebecca Cost Snyder United States Department of Defense KEYSTONE PARTNERS $25,000 – $49,999 Bibiana Boerio ’75 Miriam W. Cokely ’35 + Karen & John Cramer Danan Healthcare Consulting Group Exelon Corporation Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Mary C. Finger Ruth O’Block Grant ’54 Catherine Garon Hefferan ’55 + KMA Design Ralph & Donna Liberatore Barbara J. Kerestes Martin ’80 Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 & John R. Mazero + Deborah Dzombak McMahon ’77 Arthur H. & Jeanne Meehan Anne Marie Lane Meyer ’48 + Monica Magda Null ’65 & Harry M. Null Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 & Wally Nunn Maureen Sheedy O’Brien Pittsburgh Foundation Quest Realty Partnership Scott Electric Foundation, Inc. Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 & The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko CRIMSON AND GOLD CLUB $15,000 – $24,999 Sandra Burin Bobick ’69 & James Bobick Helen Corsetti Rosemary Corsetti ’74 Kathryn J. Dinardo Fund Dennis & Karen (Barkac ’84) Faler Ellen J. Ferris ’40 + Franco Cost Company Bernadette R. Fondy ’69 Gail Harvey Geoghan ’53 Thelma M. Holmes ’45 + Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 & Robert P. Iorizzo Seward Prosser & Sandra S. Mellon R. K. Mellon Family Foundation Sally Anne Aurelio Novak ’81 & Albert J. Novak, Jr.

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Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 & Arthur J. Rooney, Jr. Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 & Perry C. Smith + FORWARD CIRCLE $10,000 – $14,999 James R. & Donna J. Breisinger Justine A. Cakanac, O.D. ’77 & Thomas Bartolac, O.D. Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Channing Bete Co. Mary Ann Gawelek & Frank Kleshinski Sande & Richard C. Hendricks Home Depot, Inc. A. Richard Kacin & Nancy Kacin Ellen K. Katter ’73 Kennametal Foundation Vernon C. Neal & Alvina B. Neal Fund Carla Palamone ’92 Paul R. Smiy + and Anne Smiy Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Karen Farmer White 1918 CIRCLE $5,000 – $9,999 Margaret Raskauskas Allen ’47 + Melissa Alsing Linda T. Assard & David G. Assard + Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 Mary Riker Barnett ’44 + Beckwith Family Foundation Sophia L. Bielecki + Mary Susan Bradley ’69 Lawrence S. & Cynthia S. Busch Kristen Butela ’03 Paula A. Carpentieri ’76 Kary L. Coleman ’98 Lynn Conroy ’58 and Bernard Brown Elizabeth Vreeland Craco ’55 & Louis A. Craco Sara Gill Cutting ’62 & Malcolm Cutting Robert & Amy DeMichiei Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Mary C. Hackett ’47 + Barbara Hinkle Annette Modar Holder ’01 & Daniel F. Holder Patricia Phillips Kelley ’54 + & The Honorable James R. Kelley Mary Margaret Stratman Merry ’31 + Janet & Donald Moritz Christine M. Mueseler Barbara Nakles ’76 Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 PPG Industries Foundation Katherine L. Riley Molly Robb Shimko & Kenneth A. Shimko Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Christopher T. Snyder Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh Judith M. Stanley ’58 United States Steel Foundation Dorothy Wistran Walk ’39 + Lawrence R. Werner +

INNOVATION SOCIETY $2,500 – $4,999 Joan Truax Avioli ’54 BNY Mellon Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee Kevin L. Colosimo Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58 Mary Schreiner Finley ’53 + & Howard Finley Kym Stout The Hershey Company Jayne Huston ’00 Latrobe Area Hospital Charitable Foundation Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 & Charles G. Manoli + Alice Hau McCarthy ’65 Moonglow Yoga Kelley Murray Skoloda ’86 Charmaine Strong 1883 SOCIETY $1,000 – $2,499 Jane Ward Austin ’69 Melissa Whiteman Bachman ’07 & John Bachman ’07 Susan Seanor Bennett & Dennis Bennett Toni P. Borrelli Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 & Mark Carino William J. Constantine Frances & Fiore W. Coppula Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro, Esq. & John Cuccaro Demetra Chengelis Czegan ’02 Terrance DePasquale Martha Tecca DelPizzo ’66 & Les DelPizzo The Denver Foundation Dominion Foundation Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland Anne Favo + & Frederick R. Favo First Energy Fletcher’s Outdoor Power Equipment Josie Funari & the Funari Family Patricia Acquaviva Gabow ’65 Hampton Office Products Suzanne Law Hawes ’56 Hirtle, Callaghan & Company Henry P. Hoffstot, Jr. + H. Phipps Hoffstot, III Jenzabar Foundation Alice J. Kaylor ’73 Beth & Thomas Kepple Laurene DiGennaro Kristof ’64 Legg Mason Global Asset Management Patricia Mooney Loucks ’70 Richard Z. & Ann M. Macdonald MacLachlan, Cornelius & Filoni Cynthia A. Magistro 78 Ruth Conley McDonald ’65 Barbara K.S. McKenna Family of Catherine Meinert, S.C. ’71 Diane Miller Marie F. & Arthur D. Miltenberger LuAnn A. Mostello ’66 Justin D. Norris ’06 M.G. O’Neil Foundation Judith Hansen O’Toole & Kevin O’Toole Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Cindy Pallantino Judith Bowler Paterra ’75

Chris Yurick Piper ’79 Cathy Plesha ’73 Robin L. Rohrer Donna & Ralph Scalise Curt Scheib Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Seton Hill Class of 1951 Alberta M. Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51 Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 & J. Gerald Slavonia Patricia A. Smiy ’78 Julia Spratt ’48 + Susan A. Turner ’69 Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 USI Affinity Collegiate Insurance Resources Toni Verstandig Walden Trust Ruth Ann Wargofchik Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 & Donald J. Wentling Westmoreland Electric Priscilla & Joseph J. Whiteside SCIENCE CLUB $500 – $999 Aestique Plastic Surgical Associates, L.T.D. Anchor Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation Steven G. Bassett Anne Murray Belz ’65 Becky & Dave Bulebosh Kathleen F. Catalano ’59 Susan Challinor & Matthew Teplitz Commercial Bank & Trust of PA Mary Kay Agamedi Cooper ’92 & Eric Cooper Carol Akerman Cortese ’77 Mary Ross Cox ’99 BreAnne DeMarco ’13 Patrice DeMarco Linda C. Earnest ’78 Gretchen & Christopher Elkus Janice & Richard D. Gable Mr. and Mrs. Hideki Hamamoto Mary Alice Healy Hennigan ’53 Elsie Hillman + and Henry Hillman Rebecca B. Humphrey Antoinette Iadarola Pam & Scott Kroh Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Leidos Marilyn Fox Lewis ’98 Ann J. McCloskey Maureen O’Brien, S.C. ’67 Karen & Scott Palmeri Pantalone Funeral Home, Inc. Stephanie Powers ’71 Jennifer Reeger Janet White Robinson ’52 Sage Scholars, Inc. Janice Germy Sandrick ’76 Alyce Holden Sheridan ’57 & Paul Sheridan Sisters of Charity Generalate Kristofer Smith ’12 Linda Foley Smith ’57 Margaret Ehalt Soulen, S.J. ’46 Ann Combs Stainton ’70 Margaret B. Goldy Stanzione ’52 Stein Companies Kathy Luketich Stem ’77

+ Deceased


Stewart, McArdle, Sorice, Whalen, Farrell, Finoli & Cavanaugh, LLC Ann & Barry Sullivan Jennifer L. Suppo Christian J. Swango Jane & Harry A. Thompson, II Molly & Joseph C. Walton Lex R. Winans Rian M. Yaffe, Yaffe & Company CAMPAIGN ASSOCIATES $250 – $499 Toni & John Aloe Applebox, Inc. Annette Buchwalder Arnold ’67 David W. Beyer Elizabeth Salvatore Cole ’59 Robert H. Davis + & Phyllis L. Davis Christina Benamati Doll ’81 John L. & Dale Farrell Mark Farrell & Ann Roda-Farrell Joan M. Farrell Ferraro Linda Fiorelli ’74 Emily E. Heinicka ’10 Julie B. & Richard L. Hutchinson Marthinsen & Salvitti Insurance Group Elizabeth & Rahul Naidu National Christian Foundation Helen F. O’Connor ’49 Oakland Catholic High School Gregg Rosen Robert P. Rost Seton Hill Physician Assistant Faculty, Staff & Students USG Foundation, Inc. PATRONS Up to $249 Rebecca R. Ackerman ’92 Mary Jane Dobson Adee ’59 American Association of University Women Colleen Gill Andora ’57 Nancy & Henry H. Armstrong Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Pennsylvania Carolyn T. & Edward Backus Vicky M. & Skene Bair Rev. Martin R. Bartel, O.S.B. Michael Bartolac ’17 Esther L. Barazzone Alice Beckwith + Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga ’57 Kathleen D. & James D. Bendel Marcia Putnam Berish ’62 Blackburn Center Bonnie H. & J. Vaughn Blaxter, III Mary Leone Bloom ’55 Gertrude M. & Charles H. Booth Anne Costello Bordas, SJ ’43 Renee Bork ’79 Ann Butler Brett ’59 Mary Ann Hampel Brodine ’51 + Louise E. Calvario Brown ’64 Kelly L. Brownlee Toni L. Brubaker ’04 Building Systems, Inc. Eleanor Freiberger Burns ’59 Marlane Busch ’03 Jean Byrne Frances Bergling Cannon ’60 Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Francesca Cantarini ’99 Sharon Carpenter ’83 & Ernie Carpenter Rita Wathne Carr ’65 Helen Hanna Casey Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat ’59 Chubb Corporation LoriAnn & John Cicchini City of Greensburg Kimberly Forys Conner ’82 Janet M. Corpora ’70 Edna M. Cox ’86 Eleanor Coyne ’63 Joanne Hilt Dawes ’51 Lynn Breithaupt Dayton ’59 Lorraine Bartolozzi DeAngelo ’70 Linda Delia ’69 Catherine A. Gornik Dolfi ’72 Patricia Cosgrove Donlan ’57 Margaret A. Ketenheim Duffy Veronica Strager Eagen ’59 Marjorie Eckman ’68 Patricia Fitzgerald Engel ’62 Constance Sullivan Fearon ’51 Marylouise Fennell, R.S.M. Ferrante’s Lakeview, Inc. M. Teresa Bursley Ferri ’49 Kimberly T. Fleming Marian Dimond Flowers ’59 Anne Slattery Foley ’59 Melinda Frangulova Jean Daily Fullerton ’51 Anita L. Gallagher Helen Kuhn Gavigan ’71 Carole Herwood Gilardi ’59 Catherine Noroski Giunta ’75 Flora Gorirossi-Bourdeau ’47 Patricia Dugan Gorman ’57 Skip Gove Peggy Murphy Grace ’67 Lee Ann Eibel Graff ’51 + Julie Broderick Green ’61 Jane & George C. Greer Victoria Marie Gribschaw, S.C. ’65 Marjorie C. Gross ’67 Lorraine Vallari Gunset ’51 Louise Bord Hagstrom ’59 Richard Hall Virginia Parker Hammond ’57 Melissa & Paul Hannah Karen Harouse-Bell ’82 Martha Hawk ’89 Jean-Anne Harte Hawley ’51 Dr. & Mrs. Samuel J. Hazo Marie C. Pellicano Hinchliffe ’52 Jennifer A. Holleran Nusser Rita G. Monastra Howell ’51 Rita A. Giegerich Hudock ’63 Marlyn McAtee Johnson ’72 Ashley Jones ’05 Elizabeth Juhas ’79 Kristen A. Juhasz ’12 Lori Sobol Kaplan Jody Keating Sue E. Kellner Barbara L. Kennedy Janice Grottenthaler Kenneson ’86 Carol McLaughlin Kenney ’70 Lisa Ann Kifer ’05 & Robert Kifer Louise Kilgore + Mary Lou Cronin Kintz ’57

Margaret Cavanaugh Kite ’51 Rita Csech Knott ’55 Donna Montouri Koenig ’68 Carolyn & Donald C. Korb Peggy & Dennis C. Kuhnemund Latrobe Art Center Jacqueline McArdle Lee ’62 Samuel and Ethel LeFrak Charitable Trust Lendable Linens Phylis Pietrusza Levino ’67 Shari & Paul A. Lilja, Jr. Kate & H. Lewis Lobdell Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Joan Patchan Lunifeld ’57 Marta Maxwell Maher ’83 Loretta Trese Maley ’66 Susan Manion Bernadette Manning, S.C. ’71 Marc Marizzaldi Martha Jetter Marsh ’59 Rosemary Tyson Martincic ’59 Andrea Shedwick Maue ’86 Margaret Maurer ’69 Christine Weniger McDermott ’69 Thomas J. McGuigan Karen Lagan McNamara ’70 Kathleen M. McNamara ’71 Mary Alice Miklancie Meli ’59 C. Robert Mentzer Marianne Meyers ’87 Ann Killoran Millar ’55 Sharon L. Mills Lisa & Arthur F. Moeller Dorothy Del Bene Mohn ’51 Mary Lou & James Mondine Roxana I. & John P. Montague Richard W. Morford Marilyn & Anthony Morocco Patricia Howley Morton ’51 Terri Campbell Murphy ’75 Kenneth L. Murray, Jr. Mary Jo Mutschler, S.C. ’69 Kennedy B. & Gordon Nelson Anne Bearer Newcomb ’62 Wendelynne J. Newton John Noble Sean Nolan Tomi Ann Nolan ’54 Jean Rybak Nutter ’68 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 Elaine Organek ’60 Beatrice Mulvehill Palmer ’52 + & John Palmer Annette Basilone Pasqual ’59 Kathleen Assini Perry ’59 Patricia Dreistadt Policastro ’64 Margaret Hammill Polito ’59 Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 Jo Ann & Charles J. Queenan, Jr. Audrey M. Quinlan, D.Ed. Patricia Garvey Regan ’63 Patricia Maley Reilly-Letzkus ’51 & Donald R. Letzkus Renaissance Charitable Foundation Renal & Electrolyte Associates, Inc. Frances Iandimarino Richards ’51 Lorraine Verdi Riley ’51 Maria & Gregory Riley Robert Morris University Mary Frances Huth Robey ’63

Jean A. Robinson Stephen G. Robinson Angela Montouri Rullo ’65 Mildred Wassil Saxman ’60 Nancy R. Scarton Patricia Palmer Schimmel ’59 Mary Ellen Schragger Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64 Joseph C. Sciarretti Buck Scott Sara Radford Shea ’56 Leslie W. Serenyi Paulette Setler ’59 Seton Hill Project Forward Daljit & Usha Singh Janet Blaser Sirois ’51 + Adelaide Briley Smith ’54 Elaine Bransfield Smith ’59 Kimberly & Marquis M. Smith, III Marquis M. Smith, Jr. Nancy J. Kasuba Smith ’69 + & Clyde Smith Miriam Richard Soisson, S.C. ’51 Mary A. Downey Spiesman ’51 Spino’s Tire Service John Spurlock Loretta E. Stana ’64 Nancy & George Stewart Mary O. LaFata Stroffolino ’61 Audrey Naley Sullivan ’51 Lou Anne Wilks Swetonic ’63 Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59 Anna Marie Tempero ’65 Miranda Thompson Olga & Frederick Thornton Flo Lavin Tito ’59 Virginia Harte Titus ’85 TMG Health, Inc. United Way of Westmoreland County University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg Kellee Van Aken Stephanie & Anthony Van Norman Margaret F. Van Yahres Kathleen Keally Voigt ’59 Mary Kay Ward Walsh ’58 Sheila Lonergan Ward ’65 Laura Dzombak Warren ’80 Joan Dzmura Warzeski ’51 Mary R. Weidlein Nancy A. Zilner Weir ’75 Gisela & Konrad M. Weis Judith A. Wiessbock M. Rosaire Wilker, S.C. ’58 Rev. E. Philip Wilson Amy & Gary Wimmersberger Margaret Wesner Wissell ’59 Carolyn E. Woods ’03 Margot Woodwell Patricia M. & Andy L. Woodyard Diane Zeiger Mary Anne O’Connor Zeller ’72 Monica Cheshire Zewe ’76

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UNDERGRADUATE ALUMNI Class of 1926 Julia McGinniss McGowan +

Class of 1929 Emma McGinniss Powderly +

Class of 1939 Eleanor Schumacher Davis Margaret Kelly Seiter Class Total: $120 Class Participation: 33%

HOnOr rOLL OF DOnOrS

Class of 1940

2015 – 2016

Class of 1941

Seton Hill University is grateful to the following alumni for their contributions to the University between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. Undergraduate alumni are listed by Class Year with graduate alumni listed under their area of study.

Class of 1942

Catherine Dughi Santorum

Class of 1949 Martha Whelan Murphy

Florence Derby Hoppe Mary M. Washko Class Total: $125 Class Participation: 7%

Class of 1943 Rosemary Emmerling Marsolais Isabelle Marron Shirley Jean Meagher Ulitz Class Total: $225 Class Participation: 21%

Class of 1944 Eva F. Bronner Johanna Turensek Fugazzi Mildred Richter Pietrangelo Class Total: $875 Class Participation: 20%

Class of 1945 Patricia Jack Blake Dolores Maloney Corey Alice Slavin Krafft Helen Lingenfelter Moore Irene E. O’Brien Virginia Carroll O’Brien Class Total: $2,787.06 Class Participation: 26%

Class of 1946 Rosemary Ryan Skelly Enid Smith Yealy Class Total: $200 Class Participation: 8%

Class of 1947 Dorothy Sessions Bornhoeft Gloria Fanelli Kenny Marjorie Firsching Shipe Alice Kosmerl Stephens Josephine Maietta Turano Winifred Monnich Yanity Class Total: $1,300 Class Participation: 19%

Class of 1948 Mary Sullivan Couchenour Gertrude Tramonti Dobday Jean Draffen Earley

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Mary Alice Conway Gentry Ruth Frisk Harcharik Mary Noel Kernan, S.C. Becky T. Kerns N. Martha Loya Clara Durant Mignogna Jennie Fusco Piccuta Claire Weber Prendergast Barbara Nolan Reilly Alberta Previc Thokar Marion Schasny Vogler Annabelle Wekar Volz Anne Bennis Zacherl Class Total: $9.706.03 Class Participation: 43%

Doris Nickum DeForest Mary Jean Fritschi Donley Mary Geier Drummond M. Teresa Bursley Ferri Rosalia Carter Foy Mary Anne Daly Gannon Eileen Kelly Garbarini Eileen Minnaugh Kief Erminia LaScala Louise DiPrampero McKay Helen F. O’Connor Class Total: $6,100 Class Participation: 22%

Class of 1950 Mary Conaty Evans Mary Jane Madden McGrath Rose Marie Henrich Twist Class Total: $640 Class Participation: 14%

Class of 1951 Isabelle Flood Andrews Anne Quinn Clarizio Suzanne Easley Crowley Ellen Fitzpatrick Dander June Riley Emmett Constance Sullivan Fearon Jean Daily Fullerton Sally Voltz Glock Lorraine Vallari Gunset Jean-Anne Harte Hawley Elinor Fritschi Hill Rita Monastra Howell Margaret Cavanaugh Kite Rosemary Petrosky Mazero Patricia McNamara Meehan Dorothy Del Bene Mohn Catherine Dorrian Reynolds Lorraine Verdi Riley Barbara Leahey Roeber Patricia Troll Roy Ana L. Ruiz-Godreau Marie Vrable Schietroma Alberta M. Albrecht Siemiatkoski Janet Blaser Sirois + Miriam Richard Soisson, S.C. Audrey Naley Sullivan Joan Dzmura Warzeski Class Total: $36,545 Class Participation: 49%

Class of 1952 Betty Scheuermann Avis Marie Pellicano Hinchliffe Agnesmary Treanor Karol Florence Kunkle Laffoon Anita Lavin Manoli Dorothy Ferrante Marinucci Virginia Gonsalves Mulvany Laura Shuttle Nestor Nancy Smith O’Brien Loretta Boni Operini Carolyn Chorlton Parker Marlene Moisan Renfro Janet White Robinson Catherine Fetherston Roeder + Patricia Bender Voltz Class Total: $14,313.21 Class Participation: 29%

Class of 1953 Anonymous Mary Brennan Bullingham Mary Ann Palmisano Burns Gail Harvey Geoghan Ruth O’Block Grant Mary Alice Healy Hennigan Patricia Stefanik Remmell Mary Jean Trepanier Sylvia Mary Yeager Travers Mary Dot Corvington Winslow Class Total: $10,875 Class Participation: 22%

Class of 1954 Joan Truax Avioli Constance Gritte Berto Norine Buzza Bononi Norma Deliz Hayes Mary Lee Gannon Krieg Joanne Sterbutzel Malone Rosemarie Christy Mitchell Tomi Ann Nolan Delores Musarra Plunkett Mary Rillo Pruchnic Adelaide Briley Smith Class Total: $3,239 Class Participation: 33%

Class of 1955 Nadean Brdar Bovard Pat Sweeney Burke Barbara Harman Christian Mary L. O’Neil Costello Martha King Cox Elizabeth Vreeland Craco Janine Wilson Curran Virginia Regan Finn Gertrudis M. Garcia Eileen Clahane Harte Ann Infanger, S.C. Anna Mary Cossel Karpinski Rita Csech Knott Patricia A. Landers Elizabeth B. McCarville Mary Washko Meindl Janet Gliedt Schneider Marietta Rossi Spotts Phyllis Bifano Stasko Elizabeth Jean Landers Wheaton Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley + Deceased


Margaretmary Rauterkus Zoffel Class Total: $9,905 Class Participation: 40%

EriE, PA

Class of 1956 Nancy Verdon Appoldt Anne Haenn Bedessem Virginia Kelley Burkhardt Marilyn Connor Cassels Justine Rusnock D’Zmura Marie Smith Esselborn Joan Lavin Ferlan Rae Hengesbaugh Fritz Suzanne Law Hawes Marcella Logan Hayden Hester Shockey Hemminger Gertrude Ward Lorenz Anne Boitano Lynes Virginia Manna Martins M. Colleen McCann Patricia Clifford McTigue Marilyn Komatz Mealy Patricia Goodwin Norry Margaret O’Neil Reese Sara Radford Shea Sally Healey Thomas Joan Bachand Walsh Class Total: $9,347.41 Class Participation: 43%

Alumna Mary Vetter Fette ’59 hosted an event for Erie alumni and President Mary Finger at the Kahkwa Club on november 5.

Seated L-R: Elizabeth Shank Hardinger ’61, Carol Chaffee Bright ’61, Mary Chris Neal Masters ’71, Mary Vetter Fette ’59, Mary C. Finger, Michele Moore Ridge ‘69. Standing L-R: Jacqueline Skonieczki ’14, Barbara Bifulco Skonieczki ’78, Ellen Schneider Richards ’72, Sue Pipak Owens ’73, Remlee Draher Zeiser ’06, Kristen Zappalla ’07, Sarah Rosenberg Ackerman ’06, Maggie Fish ’06, Karin Gattuso Mentz ’72.

Class of 1957 Rosemarie Baratta Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga Joan T. Casale Sylvia Miller Clarke Joan Archard Cuttle Patricia Cosgrove Donlan Letitia Brett Dwyer Joan Yetter Freda Kevin Hannigan Fuller + Patricia Dugan Gorman Rita Crescenzo Griggs Virginia Parker Hammond Carol Taschler Harkins Margaret C. Heagarty Barbara Binder Jones Mary Lou Cronin Kintz Marion Firestone Laughner Joan Patchan Lunifeld Rosemarie Porto Marone Theresa Smarrella Metcalf Jacqueline Hume Mohn Joan Orris Papinchak Jacqueline Bower Richards Linda Foley Smith Nancy J. Stoner Ann Jones Vescial Patricia Didyoung Wentling Class Total: $10,488.01 Class Participation: 44%

Class of 1958 Regina McKay Armswood Mary Anne Bishop Marigrace Hensler Boyer Lucy Horn Burns Mary-Elizabeth Grimm Carroll Marilyn Conroy Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian Jacqueline Hughes Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Mollie McGuire Huitema Marian Baumbach Jacq Stephanie Fronek Keppel Joan Curley Kramer Mary Jane Maloney Leone Ann C. Marchok Sandra Gearhart Misera Mary McNerney Murray Angeline Pantana Santillo Charlotte Dimond Smith Judith M. Stanley Marie Patrick Sullivan, S.C. Patricia Satryan Thomas Theresa Verteramo Varrato M. Rosaire Wilker, S.C. Class Total: $58,235.59 Class Participation: 34%

Class of 1959 Jean M. Boggs, S.C. Kathleen Ferrari Catalano Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat Carol-Ann Diffenderfer Corrigan Carol Donohue DeRiggi Marie Secky Emanuel Mary Vetter Fette Louise Bord Hagstrom Diane Kastner Koch Jean Black Lorenzetti Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer Lois Jones Maloy Martha Jetter Marsh Agnes Flatley McClarnon Barbara McKenna Miller Eileen Trant Orie Kathleen Assini Perry Monica Martyak Petrick Peggy Hammill Polito Helen Normile Quinlan

Mary Wilson Risewick Gretchen Behringer Schofield Nona Corbett Schonbachler Louise Ferrante Tanney Flo Lavin Tito Caroline Ayars Treiber Mary Alma Vandervest, S.C. Kathleen Keally Voigt Lovenia Deconge Watson Class Total: $31,610 Class Participation: 32%

Mary Ann Capozzoli Scott Lois Sculco, S.C. Kay Shotts Shedwick Jeanette Mager Sheridan Mary Kostelnik Sloniger Judith Russell Smith Rita Romza Smochko Virginia Nickel Tobin Lorena Sharkey Turner Class Total: $18,325.08 Class Participation: 40%

Class of 1960

Class of 1961

Jane Lambert Abe + Dawn McClowry Aul Suzanne Spencer Baczynski Martha Imlay Bernardi Marie Merriman Best Carol Ann Smith Brereton Elizabeth Deignan Budney Priscilla Crowe Burt Martha Flowers Dalton Patricia Bolosky DeRosa Denise Plante Deshaies Joanne Bergamasco Gabriel Virginia Taylor Gibson Margot Graham Grallert Joanne Salvador Highberger Anne Buck Hoag Marie Boucek Kazmierczak Sheila Reilly Knoth Lillian Archambault Matan Frances Howard Marze Rosemary McGeary Rose-Marie Weibel Merz Elaine B. Organek Vivian Davidson Palmer Nancy Rambacher Kathleen Kumer Rooney

Jeannette Abi-Nader Ellen Hensler Arbuckle Jeanne Lacroix Ballard Janice Tabone Balzic Madeleine Benoit Beck Jean S. Boucek Margaret Bridges Bowen Carol Ann Chaffee Bright Mary Michael Burns, S.C. Judith Chiari Caudill Mary Alice Fritz Cronin Sheila Wrang Farrell Mary Louise Shapiro Feindt Adele Fisher Virginia Motsay Fossaceca Julie Broderick Green Elizabeth Shank Hardinger Linda G. Joseph Daryl Zwigart Kezell Mary Lou Hamill Kilian Susanne Theiss Koenig Bernice Ferrante Lewis Joan Smarrella Levan Anne Ende McGervey Beverly McDade Mulholland Rosalie Catalino Nebiolo

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Mary Ann Joyce Oesterle Andrea M. Pascale Mary Ann Farrell Price Marlene Chelena Scatena Dorothy Kerber Seiling Ruthann Marraccini Seraly Anita DiBagno Smolenski Theresa Wathne Stanley-Simaner Mary LaFata Stroffolino Patricia Holzshu Trichtinger Mary Wolf Vogel Class Total: $45,555 Class Participation: 50%

Class of 1962 Mary Ann Crenner Aug Phyllis Sheehan Bambeck Antoinette F. Boettger Anna Mary Oravetz Brackenridge Patricia Cabrey Lois Mattel Chesley Sara Gill Cutting Patricia Fitzgerald Engel Elizabeth Reilly Flanigan Margaret Rooney Goldstein Patrice Hughes, S.C. Kathleen O’Neil Isleib Ruth Dowling Kelly Jacqueline McArdle Lee Carolyn Allgeier Melby Ellen Panebianco Linda Foschia Parise Helen Gannon Pflaum Jennifer L. Reed Jacqueline Bifano Scholar Mary Arleen Squitieri, S.C. + Marianne Drott Squyres Doreen Rose Stempien Elaine M. Voytek Class Total: $14,648.20 Class Participation: 34%

Class of 1963 Eleanor Coyne Patricia Marchant Curtin Helene Horovitz Dal Canton + Amelia Cirota Dascenzo Judith Fitzpatrick Davis Sara Jane McNally Eusebi Mary Jo George Jackie Coy Givins Colette Hanlon, S.C. Roberta Sordi Harper Nancy Boerio Iorizzo Noela Slapikas Jeffrey Rosemary Vallozzi Kampo Margaret Krehlik Kerr Marilyn Moran Lanz Joan Suda Lindsey Sally Lyon Loughran Ann L. Natale Rosemarie Rzasa Phaneuf Elizabeth Cetola Pietruska Frances Planinsek Carol Zeck Ponzio Patricia Garvey Regan Mary Frances Huth Robey Mary Agnes Aust Roccio Carol Miller Stillwagon Rosemary Scott Suess

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Alice Hughes Sziede Class Total: $6,565 Class Participation: 32%

Class of 1964 Elizabeth McDonough Baker Mary Elizabeth Reilly Barrett Carol Janovac Beck Robin Heffernan Beck Sharon Brewer Louise Calvario Brown Therese Burson Rose Baran Colletti Mary Ann Corbo Connors Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins Patricia Corr Adelle Schmalzried Dawson Sheila K. Delaney Barbara Denny Dorothy Dolan, S.C. Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly Antoinette Pace Durkin Ellen Lally Farrell Joan Markey Fitzgerald D. Christine Forlano Sally Conroy Fullman Roberta Fitzgerald Grant Norene Halvonik Jean Dziak Hobert Ann Koziar Laurene DiGennaro Kristof Maureen McCarthy Lamberti Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus Demerese Madden Lomond Marie Corona Miller, S.C. Barbara Miller, S.C. Diana Murphy-Greiner Mary Ann Campalong Myhre Mary Ellen Hau Nemo Paula Kiles Newman Susan Carman Patrick Patricia Dreistadt Policastro Grace Hoover Puterman Gail Vermilyea Quigley Mary Allen Richardson Jeraldine Stein Romeo Daly Mackowski Schreck Janice Murphy Scolio Marguerite Fiori Slavonia Mary Hope Kirk Straub Kathryn Haas Stukus Barbara Hetzel Tocci Judith Kelly Wentzel Kathleen M. Whalen-Eaton Carol A. Wilson Class Total: $62,972.78 Class Participation: 39%

Class of 1965 Anne Murray Belz Elise Perisino Bizup Dawn Dempsey Bonelli Pamela Stofko Boyce Rita Wathne Carr Jeanne Schneider Cerce Sandra Reichert Ciarochi Maryann Bandieramonte Clarke Judith Abell Crowninshield Laura Silva Etze Mary Ann Gabig Eubanks

Ellen Phillips Fletcher Patricia Acquaviva Gabow Nancy Flowers Geist Victoria Marie Gribschaw, S.C. Cassandra W. Hall Sally Hamilton Hurrianko Karen Derek Jackson Janet Hinderer Kearns Rosemarie Palko Kovarcik Linda New Levine Kathleen Morsey Looney Honora Malley Manchester Ruth Conley McDonald Janet Mooney McGehean Mary Ann Mogus Elizabeth Hards Murphy Monica Magda Null Mary Diederich Ott Marilyn Tully Pietrafesa Elizabeth Plavcan Sarson Paula Hayes Sheridan Carita Shields, S.C. + Anna Marie Tempero Joan Mihalcik Toohey Sheila Lonergan Ward Geraldine Nasiatka Welch Eleanor Berg Wisniewski Class Total: $16,720.50 Class Participation: 34%

Class of 1966 Carol J. Aldridge Deborah Streza Bray Kathryn Mueller Cunningham Joann Lencoski Davic Martha Tecca DelPizzo Noreen Dornenburg Marjorie L. Ebner Rita Taylor Fitzpatrick Anne Cronin Fornal Anne Dawgert Franchak Mary Margaret Flatley Green Barbara Dorsner Hazelton Jeanne Marie Pauvlik Helmcke Mary Jo Ward Hottenstein Nancy Ritz Hudson Mary Ann Conway Itts Judith Susa Kapfhammer Janet Porvaznik Lomicka Loretta Trese Maley Mary Pat Reidy Mayer Catherine F. Mickolay Carol M. Monaghan LuAnn A. Mostello Nancy Donoughe Mueller Cathy McGlinchey Neal Helen Hammond Nussear Margaret Petruska Mary Victor Powers, S.C. Joyce E. Sabatino Diane Maguire Sherwood Ellen McGuire Smith Dorcas Shick Tyson Margaret Reilly Zaums Class Total: $11,644 Class Participation: 32%

Class of 1967 Annette Buchwalder Arnold Joan Bonanno Ballash

Judith Mills Blair Jeanne-Marie Arricale Bua Karen Altenderfer Cordaro Mary Ann G. Corr, S.C. Christine McIlvaine Creegan Diana R. Fedorchak Patricia Wesner Gill Peggy Murphy Grace Victoria Klopsch Greene Judith Gregg Marjorie C. Gross Linda Massi Halluska Lee Hansen Harrison Trish Hogan Kathleen M. Huebner Phylis Pietrusza Levino Karen Puskar Lippany Mary Norbert Long, S.C. Phyllis Marusa McEuen Ann Mikulski Moore Margaret Schroeder Murphy Margaret S. Nock Irene O’Brien Nunn Maureen O’Brien, S.C. Karen Kucinski Palochik Mary Anne Marcinizyn Pendola Barbara Middendorf Prince Frances Sabol Sheffler Linda Conroy Thornley Louanne Guida Travers Suzan Vandertie Margaret Markunas Weaver Patricia Lamb Whipkey Mary Ann Winters, S.C. Class Total: $28,917.40 Class Participation: 29%

Class of 1968 Susan Aljoe Rosina DiAbundo Anthony Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo Barbara Stetson Brasco Theresa Twaddle Buchanan Mary Ann Fisher Buck Jean Kessel Chapas Elaine Barno Closser Ann Nokes Crane Marjorie Eckman Dolores Krasovec Fernandez Doris S. Fiorentino Lois Hutchin Fornes Joan Malek Gmiter Danielle R. Goyette Carol Guglielm Karen Alsbaugh Hoffman Dorothy A. Jacko, S.C. Theresa Helinsky Jaworski Barbara DeCroce Kiryluk Donna Ferry Koenig Monica M. Kolasa Carol Ann Leshock Margaret Zeoli Mahoney Bernadette Malinoski Carol McKool Marlin Kathleen Murphy Meyers Angela Mudrak Jean Rybak Nutter M. Diane Adley O’Malley Joy Cocchiola Pankin Gloria Fiorelli Pollock + Deceased


Joanne Dobson Pontani Kathleen Solasz Ross Mary Ann Ryan Mary Lou Kerr Sarber Judith A. Slack Joan Winters Spatti Ellen Newmyer Sullivan Diane Planisek Summey Antoinette Barila Thompson Viera Novak Trapp Ann Trexler Judy Wagner Velky Mary Jo Repasky Wright Louisa Wilson Zadecky Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko Class Total: $15,055 Class Participation: 36%

Class of 1969 Margaret Allen-Malley Janice Antczak Jane Ward Austin Carole A. Barrett Genevieve McNally Becker Sandra Burin Bobick Sarah Smith Borie Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue Carole Zippi Brennan Susan Mary Cummings Linda J. Delia Dorothy Schmadel Egbert Linda Burke Falcone Margaret Marcinizyn Fischbeck Bernadette Fondy Nancy Webber Galm Michelle Gouaze Gardner Patricia A. Gentzel Margaret Adams Greenly Marissa Rivera Huttinger Marilyn Maloy Kline Mary Ann Manzi Klingel Carol Kolonay-Spangler Regina Kennison Kraus Lenore Parrott Luckey Mary Jane Reid Maidment Jan McArdle Christine Weniger McDermott Kate Moloney Ruth Morris Gail Clougherty Moses Kathleen J. Motil Mary Jo Mutschler, S.C. Janice Flood Nichols Margaret Bergin O’Connor Marjorie DiRisio Orlando Mary Lou Palas, S.C. Anne Marie Palumbo Beatrice Ann Parenti, S.C. Mary Jane Kirschner Peterson Nancy Grieco Pfeiffer Barbara Kutch Pryle Michele Moore Ridge Marcella Shreve Rust Mary Janet Ryan, S.C. Irene M. Sepe Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon Dorothy Donauer Sweeney Sandra Yowik Thomasson Susan A. Turner Adele Gilroy Young Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Patricia Cosgrove Young Class Total: $28,168 Class Participation: 30%

Class of 1970 Pamela M. Basista Sara Beatrice Kathy Haughey Boss Caroline Blair Butler Janet M. Corpora Nellie A. Costabile Louise Paluselli Dilisio Carla Harrison Duls Cora Mickler Dusk Darleen M. Farley Suzanne Fletcher Gauthier Cynthia Ralston Gerken Mary Beth Gray Gigler Josephine Hamrock Hamer Inez Avalos Heath Suzanne Strapac Jackson Linda Stark Jensen Nancy Chamberlain Kimball Markita Kochevar Angeline Koziara Eileen O’Toole Kunzman Patricia Mooney Loucks Angela K. Lutze Karen O’Meara O’Connell Lynn Rettinger, S.C. JoAnne Duca Rugh Joanne D. Schott Katherine Klopsch Siler Rosemary Blum Smith Ann Combs Stainton Susan Meister Star Juliette Hau Wilson Carol Corsetti Zeitler Class Total: $10,639.28 Class Participation: 21%

Class of 1971 Mary Kay Deane Anderson Maryan Kurp Baughman Joanne Caterino Beckjord Susan Lanz Beresik Eileen M. Brophy Anne Sokolowski Carroll Charlotte Rundel Cronauer Susan DelVecchio Elizabeth Murphy Durishan Helen Kuhn Gavigan Barbara Jo Amato Gorman M. Colleen McLaughlin Hammon Grace Hartzog, S.C. Ann Lynn Henderson Regina Comella Jesky Wilda K. Kaylor Emilie M. Kief Brenda Forbes Knab Marguerite Simpson Kull Mary Louise Kundrat Margaret Zimmerlin Lope Mary Kennedy Brittain Mahoney Bernadette Manning, S.C. Janet Nipaver Martha Kathleen M. McNamara Catherine Meinert, S.C. 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 Gloria Dauchess Ruchanan Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle Eileen Cline Ryan Virginia Groves Sackett Linda W. Schweitzer Linda Schrock Smith Kathryn Brennan Tarantino Veronica Ascolese Tonkovic Kathleen Polonus Waddell Margaret Florek Wheeler Class Total: $13,159 Class Participation: 30%

Class of 1972 Anne T. Brower Elly Sparks Brown Sharon Hernjak Caba Catherine Gornik Dolfi Marian Shaheen Eskay Charlotte Brady Ferrarie Deborah Clarchick Finnegan Rosemary R. Fleming, S.C. Jane Gilchrist Rebecca Graham Susan E. Hutchins Marlyn McAtee Johnson Kathy Hutter Katarski Nancy L. Malinic Kathleen Randall McIlnay Janet E. Nelson M. Ellen Steward Pentz RuthAnn Fischer Ranker Carol Wessol Regici Ellen Schneider Richards Catherine Lee Rosenblum Ellen Uschak Schimpf Nancy Finke Sheehan Barbara Ann Smelko, S.C. Suzanne Quinlan Stone Patricia Walker Thornton Candice McMullen Whitsel Mary Lou Yurick Mary Anne O’Connor Zeller Class Total: $4,886.68 Class Participation: 21%

Linda M. Misterkiewicz Patricia Fajerski O’Hanlon Susan Pipak Owens Susan Riss Pellish Cathy Plesha Josephine Riccio Patricia S. Scatena Mary Ann Noroski Scully Kathleen Sullivan Roseann Funari Tedesco Anna Ludrofsky Williams Class Total: $14,933.04 Class Participation: 18%

Class of 1974 Rosemary L. Corsetti Marsha Mabon Critchfield Marcia Taylor Dent Elizabeth DiCamillo Linda Fiorelli Jacqueline Kendrick Gravell Linda Liedke Griffiths Pamela Jewett Isley Janet Bender Jacoby Mary Kathryn Norton Ridenour Lois Skelly Robinson Pamela Lajeunesse Shipman Jackie Jackman Werth Barbara Haeflein Wood Class Total: $34,995 Class Participation: 14%

Class of 1975 Denise C. Bobincheck Bibiana Boerio Carole Scott Bush Virginia Clark Karen Morgante Cole Charlotte Westhoven Deer Debra A. Donley Linda Martin Dudzinsky Catherine Noroski Giunta Jeanne Dzurko Hardies Michele K. McArdle Constance Jacobelli Meyers Karen Fisher O’Connor Lorraine Sciacca-Finch Linda Gioia Simon Nancy Zilner Weir Class Total: $4,094 Class Participation: 15%

Class of 1976 Class of 1973 Jeanne Gruber Bratsafolis Johnette Zappone DeRose Carmine Coco DeYoung Christine A. Dziedzina Mary Ann Abel Ferguson Jonnie Guerra Christine Frederick Janove Ellen Katter Alice Kaylor Christine Morrison LaMarca Karen Kurek Lynch Susan Scholze Marotta Kathleen Lenzi Mascelli Jacqueline Driscoll McNamara Deborah Palanko Mikita Gail Minor

Marcia Marciniak Auth Cynthia Wills Black Marian Gasbarro Cadwallader Paula A. Carpentieri Eileen Elchin Ciccotelli Cheryl Bragg Cook Mary Dawn Adair Dumm Susan Prosperi Hickey Dawn Parsley Himler Elizabeth Kramer Lyng Carol C. Mahoney Maureen Speicher Marshall Jeannine Kindelan McDevitt Marti Blackson Meerscheidt Barbara H. Nakles Kathleen Furgerson Nowicki Deborah Vest Oropeza

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Ann O’Connor Von Hagel Mary Ellen Cyzeska Wampler Class Total: $26,357.11 Class Participation: 24%

BALTiMOrE, MD

Class of 1982 Elaine Goldbach Balfe Janine Colbert Bell Victoria Bleyer Kimberly Forys Conner Leslie Martinelli Cyr Sharlotte Kepple DeVere Karen Harouse-Bell Janice Rohal Kenney Michelene Weber Kossol Cheryl Smith-Hull Class Total: $1,271.38 Class Participation: 8%

Class of 1983

The Center Club at Baltimore’s inner Harbor was the site of an Alumni and Friends event on September 29.

Andrea Chontos Peters Irene Hoferka Roskovensky Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo Janice Germy Sandrick Linda Whitehead Somerville Rosemary Cala Tobelmann Donna Germano Uhrinek Rebecca J. Winter Donna C. Winters Class Total: $19,556.36 Class Participation: 22%

Class of 1977 Justine A. Cakanac Carol Akerman Cortese Bonnie Mesaros Ferris Venessa Sonson Flanders Cynthia Olenick Franzi Nancy Repasky Gorinski Kathleen A. Huth Joan Bollinger Jahnsen Bonnie M. Marron Barbara McDermott Deborah Dzombak McMahon Carol Kurpiewski Mintus Cheryl A. Napsha Mary Ciarrocca Pendleton Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich M. Annette Russell Madelyn Smoody Setterberg Jocelyn Howard Sinopoli Kathy Luketich Stem Margretta Stokes Tucker Susan Marie Yochum, S.C. Rosemarie Evankovich Zaydak Class Total: $58,656.87 Class Participation: 16%

Class of 1978 Melanie Feczko Barbera Nancy E. Bennett LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher Linda Dumbris

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Seated: Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 with Anastasia Martin ’12 and Tatyana Martin ’12. Standing L-R: Christin Hanigan ’02, Mary C. Finger, Donna Campbell King ’89, Christine Mueseler, Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59, Marian Gross Piet ’81, Kathleen Dziuban Scott ’70, Donna Schafer ’69.

Linda Earnest Karen Rich Eisenhauer Joanne D’Itri Fantone Denise V. Ferris Mary Kay Prokopik Guzik Judith Hines Homison Mary C. Juhas Cynthia Magistro Joan Sasena Miller Molly Glock O’Hara Lucinda Gray Painter Jane Ann Garrity Regan Kathleen Rylander Sarniak-Tanzola Barbara Bifulco Skonieczki Kathleen T. Smith Patricia A. Smiy Gail H. St. Clair Class Total: $7,995.14 Class Participation: 14%

Class of 1980

Class of 1979

Class of 1981

Renee Bork Christine Delegram Farrell Elizabeth Spina Grinnell Mary Gast Hafner Rebecca A. Higgins Felicia Janssen Hines Jean M. Hufnagel Katherine Sheridan Johnson Christine Braunegg Kennedy Maryann Stefanacci Lazzaro Lynn R. McMillen Jeanne T. Monoski Colleen Claybaugh Murray Susan O’Neill Chris Yurick Piper E. Sharon Smith Janice Malego Steinhagen Cynthia Teamann Susan Collins Varga Class Total: $27,656 Class Participation: 13%

Hope Paden Beck Laurie Ann Carroll Claudia Ardellitz Certain Mary Jane Gross Clark Maureen Owens Dodson Christina Benamati Doll Sherrie Adkins Durham Joan Hutchinson Ferraro Lorraine Delose Ghion Kathryn Kochanowski Hemlick Regina Stas Knestaut Jean McCloskey Krak Judith Miller Maher Susan Holden Mallah Sally Aurelio Novak Marian Gross Piet Mary Jo Robino Sebastiani Tracey Ondecko Sepesy Patricia Mueller Speer Judy DeAngelis Thimons Van Thuy Pham Truong Amy Volz

Rosemary Baldi Barton Luanne Beck Kathleen M. Campbell Valerie Harpel Carter Ann Deibert Caton Roxane Maciasz Connors Marilyn L. Cutshall Margaret DiVirgilio Adrienne D. Geiger Claire Heiser Vickie Valles Joseph Barbara Weisensee Leach Marianne Miele Paulette Schutter Pipher Karen Griffin Poole Mary G. Skubak Class Total: $7,750.06 Class Participation: 11%

Carmen Rivera Bauza Denise Troll Covey Carissa Ann Aloisi Gans Marian Madden, S.C. Marta M. Maher Sharon Donaldson Marks Cheryl Natale Jacqueline Jablonsky Skiple Pamela Parrish Thomason Marlene Anne Vrbanic-Fink Mary Anne Yanosik Lou Ann Braden Zeigler Class Total: $6,490.60 Class Participation: 9%

Class of 1984 Karen Barkac Theresa Conte Becht Suzanne M. Brannagan Elaine G. Bryan Verena Zitt DeMary Linda Doerfler-Bartolacci Margaret Melvin Driller Corinne Volk Hall Barbara Blazek Lavelle Margaret E. Matz Nancy S. Mears Mary Therese Granzeier Mitchell Miriam Arroyo Murray Kimberley A. Opatka-Metzgar Beverly S. Pultz Catherine A. Reeves Marion W. Siebert Nancy J. Sprock Esther Jane Keslar Staranko Michele Lepus Weis Class Total: $54,231.25 Class Participation: 13%

Class of 1985 Eileen Carson Traci Ann Bechtold Cikins Dawn Bulas Davoli Sylvia Grimme Detar Janice Burkhardt Hylton-Tischler Joan Leonard Ohi Mary Jeanne Larko Spina Margaret R. Stubbs Class Total: $13,100 Class Participation: 9% + Deceased


Class of 1986 Traci Hake Carter Susanna Einolf Maria Frederick Farneth Karen Ponton Gorman Beth Ann Greeley-Mascatello Hilary Harding Janice Grottenthaler Kenneson Andrea Shedwick Maue Virginia Koslosky Rowe Melanie Zelenski Shiley Kelley Murray Skoloda Darla J. Thomas Naoko Yamada Class Total: $4,423.86 Class Participation: 15%

Heather M. Conner-Garofalo Sharon A. Franco Jennifer Miron Giannini Mary Katherine Paguyo Gregory Andrea Grondwalski Amy Bisceglia Kline Martina Owens Mandella Barbara Martinelli Sharon Spehar McCague Christine M. Mueseler Rosanne H. Sandolfini Diana H. Shutt Suzanne M. Skacel Carol A. Steinmetz M. Diane Zelenak Class Total: $3,383.96 Class Participation: 15%

Class of 1988 Juliann Pavlasky Brier Lisa Ciuca Carino Nasreen Khairzada DeRubeis Cathleen Meyers Flock Kathleen A. Garde Maurann Vargo Hakun Vicky M. Krug Anita Leonard Iva Munk JoAnn G. Seabol Carmela Tempero Mary Memmi Wallace Class Total: $1,951 Class Participation: 12%

Class of 1989 Laura Kampo Donna Campbell King Lorna Ocker Kotlin Carol McCormick Joy Procida Class Total: $465 Class Participation: 6%

Class of 1990 Maureen Delaney Brant Laurie H. Brelsford Beatriz Garcia Jacqualine Helkowski Gina Carrick Lindenfeldar Class Total: $300 Class Participation: 6%

Class of 1991 Jacqueline L. Bahnak Shirley R. Clements Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Class of 1997 Regina Addison Norma Jean Agona Keisha Jimmerson Susan E. Lambie Heather Hayes Lineburger Joyce Novotny-Prettiman Class Total: $330 Class Participation: 6%

Class of 1998

Lora Kendi-Newcomer Aaron Loughner Dianna Thomas Marusko Stacey Sanders Class Total: $1,800 Class Participation: 5%

Class of 2003 Krista Boyer Kristen A. Butela Nickie M. Doran Christine E. Kennedy Donna Hibbs Lynch Mary Nanney Verner Class Total: $2,392 Class Participation: 5%

Rebecca R. Ackerman Ronald J. Gmys Frances Grevish Richelle Zalepa Gourley JoAnn T. Harr Jodee Harris Mary Therese T. Seiler Class Total: $5,402.19 Class Participation: 5%

Dorothy Gross Ague Kary L. Coleman James Dunlap Walter M. Grushesky Meighan Lloyd Harding Patricia Hart Marilyn Fox Lewis James P. Murray, III Carl Neighbors Kimberly Barkley Thompson Irene M. Wattay Class Total: $2,470 Class Participation: 8%

Class of 1993

Class of 1999

Class of 2005

Anne Coiner D. Jean Owens Class Total: $2,100 Class Participation: 3%

Cynthia Arcuri Patricia Bradley Mary Ross Cox Emaline Diehl Sandra Dietrich Jennifer McLaughlin Charlene Perillo Jaime Shaffer John L. Smail Anne M. Urban Class Total: $939.50 Class Participation: 10%

Terrence J. Fitzmaurice James R. Howell Lisa A. Kifer Ryanne Forcht Palermo Class Total: $952 Class Participation: 4%

Class of 1987 Kimberly Nath Bringe Sonya Welesko Buerger Sandra Finley Laura Heming-Berry Barbara Travers Jentes Marianne Meyers Lisa Chilcoat Pate Kimberly Swanson Pellicer Nancy Rashlich Pollak J. Elaine Resnick Maura Barry Salins Christine M. Smoody Class Total: $1,358.44 Class Participation: 11%

Heather A. Wade Class Total: $871 Class Participation: 11%

Class of 1992

Class of 1994 Jennifer Sokol Flock Rachel Kautz Lambert Valerie Timko Lambert Gertrude S. Myers Barbara A. Tompko Michelle Samarin Unruh Kathleen Kladny Yanity Class Total: $839 Class Participation: 5%

Class of 1995 Nina Adams Carol J. Billman Jill M. Croushore Irene J. Eyer Deborah Gutwald Hlavach Tanya J. Moximchalk Rebecca McClenahan Reifer Mary Lou Shick Larry Taylor Patricia A. Wasnesky Class Total: $4,115 Class Participation: 9%

Class of 1996 Stacy Bartlebaugh-Gmys Jill Dunmire Susan Hahner Tammy MacDonald-Wilson Talib Nichiren Melissa Pasquinelli Aimee Culler Ross Laura Shoemaker Beth Anne Glowacki Telford

Class of 2000 Sheila M. Angel Jody Evans Dlugos Andrea Kopcak Patricia G. Manno Amy Opsitnick Sue Ellen Sever Freda Dings Snyder Class Total: $330 Class Participation: 5%

Class of 2004 Lindsey E. Davis Pilar Kerestan Erin Pearson O’Brien Charlette Dent Reed Jennifer Reifsteck Susan Fligger Solo Chasady Sikler Stork Brooke A. Weakland Class Total: $591.59 Class Participation: 7%

Class of 2006 Sarah Rosenberg Ackerman Gina Eachus Etchings Cynthia J. Ferrari Armand J. Leonelli Louise Jones Lydon Amanda MacAllister Geoffrey L. Monsour Katie Aikins Monsour Justin D. Norris Christy L. Pergar Andrew R. Skvarca Joshua K. Sobota Lauren M. Wassil Jamie Williams Class Total: $4,940.94 Class Participation: 8%

Class of 2001 Sara-Jane DeAngelo Gillott Donna Hixson Annette Modar Holder Stacey Armel Mateer Annalisa Snair McCann Laurie K. Peddicord Lori Swettlen Violet Uram Judith A. Zorichak Class Total: $3,473.92 Class Participation: 7%

Class of 2002 Demetra Chengelis Czegan Christin L. Hanigan

Class of 2007 Andrea M. Ansell John A. Bachman Melissa Whiteman Bachman Kathy J. Baum Constance C. Beckel Carrie L. Caroselli Landon Etchings Michael Ferrari Brandon G. Flythe Bryan M. Harmon Jamie Clark Harmon Jerry V. Harness, Jr. Whitney Nash Harness Matthew Healey

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Karissa J. Kilgore Steven Long James H. Pirlo Joseph J. Sowinski Jane Strittmatter Jonathan Trenski Cory J. Weibel Class Total: $1,619 Class Participation: 11%

Class of 2008 Amanda Swartz Augustine Nathan J. Augustine Nicole Pergar Garrity Sean T. Garrity Mary Gornick Philomena A. Hanson Andrew T. Kirsch Aurea M. Lucas Marchae S. Peters Scott A. Steel Brandon M. Whitfield Robert A. Yost Ruth M. Yost Class Total: $1,650 Class Participation: 6%

Christopher R. Dufalla Amanda Fischetti Kristen Frick Katie Fritsch Lara N. Heinz Michael L. Kaplan Patrick J. Kohl Rebecca S. Lamison Jared W. Littler David A. McCarthy Jacquelyn Fontana McCarthy Barbara Palangio Aaron Pascazi Kirsten L. Patrick Richard D. Raraigh Daniel J. Ruby Kaleigh Ruffner Joshua A. Testa Jessica Thomas Kenneth Trumbetta, Jr. Brian Warheit EJ Werner Douglas Wood Class Total: $2,254 Class Participation: 11%

Brittany Allen Amy-Gabrielle Bartolac Zachary T. Benzio Theresa Borrelli Jackson Boyd Mary K. Calligan Michael P. Dell Joseph D. Grmusa Alexandra Gulli Alex D. Haines Ryan J. Hayden Alexander H. Hill Brandon Jossey Natalie A. Kolish Dylan Lefebvre Maria R. Lemmo Jonathan Macurak Patrick P. McCarthy Thomas C. McKinney Tyler A. Mohlhenrich Anthony J. Rusch Abigail P. Shaughness Jennifer L. Sproull Jacob A. Zelmore Class Total: $1265.15 Class Participation: 9%

Class of 2012 Class of 2009 Audrey Vivirito Christenson Matthew C. Deemer Derek R. Donaldson Eugene Forish Adam Haas Ellen Einsporn Kusterer Michael P. McCarthy Matthew R. McCartney Justin A. Meenan Mary Clark Neumann Andrew J. Poye Amy Sismondo Penny A. Walker Class Total: $695 Class Participation: 6%

Class of 2010 Erin Albert Catalano Joseph M. Catalano Linda J. DaBiero Matthew S. Galadyk StacyAnn Golden Laura M. Hambruch Oakes Emily Heinicka George A. Hurley Kalie Mills Leksell Kirstin M. Logan Erika N. McCarthy Christy McHugh Gretchen K. Meyers Sarah J. Morcheid Ben Petchel Elizabeth M. Rettger Robert T. Snyder, III Julie M. Woodburn Matthew Zamosky Class Total: $1,922 Class Participation: 7%

Class of 2011 Daniel A. Astfalk David J. Cannon Ronald T. DiBiase

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Michael D. Belsito Amanda J. Bernard Karlee R. Cleary Nathan A. DeFilippi Jessica Orlowski Dufalla Nash J. Golon Alexander R. Hetrick Amanda Lee Mike LeViseur Anastasia Martin Tatyana N. Martin Nick S. Nichols Kathleen R. Sanford Jeffrey J. Simon Kelli Alfieri Stack Nick Sterner Kevin C. Urtz Kevin Welty Clinton White Amanda Willard Margaret Zelenak Class Total: $1540.28 Class Participation: 6%

Class of 2015 Haley W. Burns Carlie A. Capponi Trevor W. Cyr Anthony J. DeSana Josh D. Forbes Dylan Gelven Cody E. Golon Brooke M. Hebrank Carl L. Koehler, III Brady C. Lawrence Ryan R. Michalowski Eileen M. Moffa James W. Newman Marc A. Piche Casey A. Smith William D. Smolter Minnu H. Suresh Valerie Susa Tessa R. Swiger Logan P. Urtz Matthew A. White Class Total: $1,003.79 Class Participation: 7%

Class of 2013 Morgan P. Cain Kevin T. Cala S. Bryan Colvin Brad L. Comport BreAnne DeMarco Anthony J. DiPerna Michael A. Grant Maura D. Hansen Rachel M. Hilbert Chris P. Ilse Eric P. Minerd Samantha Shirey Alexi J. Swank Nadine A. Wallace Class Total: $1,084 Class Participation: 6%

Class of 2014 Daniel R. Abbenante

Class of 2016 Geena L. Barberio Evan Bellas Mikayla Beranek Samantha Brancato Samantha Byerly Christian Carter Christin Casavant Colleen Davis Jeremy Dixon Ashley Emrich Cynthia Endlich Dylan S. Everett Emma J. Firment Jharrin Gill Candace Hall Ryan Hall Jasmine Johnson Emily Jones

Michelle Kardos Kevin Karran Breanna R. Kelly Caroline Kerestes Kaitlyn E. Kutchman Shelby Kyllo Jonnah Labishak Sarah E. Lago Nancy Ligus Nicole M. Makos Charles Mandarino Marianne McNanny Michele Mellick Jacie Milchak Rachel Moats Michele Morgan Raven N. Murphy Breanna N. Novosel Amber Palfy Kayla Percic Elizabeth Powell Corey A. Pruzinsky Kyle F. Quinlan Rachel N. Robison Shelby Romanik Nicolette Santercangelo Maura Simonetti Keegan Smith Patrick E. Smith, Jr. Irena Tatosian Jenna Theis Alyssa Thornton Selena Vinciguerra Casey Vrable Jessica Walker Erin Waugaman ChaRosnese Williams Jade Woodridge Caitlyn Yohn Class Total: $1,831.23 Class Participation: 25%

GRADUATE ALUMNI Master’s Program in Education Janine Colbert Bell ’11 Brad L. Comport ’15 Deborah Donahue ’07 Jennifer Gardner Drizos ’01 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’10 Amanda Fischetti ’15 H. Justin Gillott, Jr. ’11 Pilar Kerestan ’10 Steven Long ’10 Michael P. McCarthy ’12 Matthew R. McCartney ’12 Kris M. Smith ’12 Sara Taormina ’16 Todd Welsh ’06 Rebecca West ’08 Brandon M. Whitfield ’10

Master’s Program in Business Administration Brittany Allen ’15 Amanda J. Bernard ’15 Jeffrey Bogdan ’00 Krista Boyer ’07 Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Elizabeth Campbell ’09 + Deceased


David J. Cannon ’14 Ann M. Crosby ’11 Sylvia Grimme Detar ’10 Emaline Diehl ’07 Michael Ferrari ’09 Matthew J. Galando ’04 Matthew G. Grove ’11 Whitney Nash Harness ’09 Jerry V. Harness, Jr. ’09 Emily Heinicka ’12 Donna Hixson ’04 Annette Modar Holder ’11 Jayne Huston ’00 Chris P. Ilse ’15 Keisha Jimmerson ’06 Brandon Jossey ’16 Mark R. Lewandowski ’15 Andrew McNab ’15 Marianne Miele ’80 Chris Mintus ’02 Margaret Grieder Mulcahy ’10 Michael Neumann ’10 Sean P. O’Brien ’10 Laura M. Hambruch Oakes ’11 Tajudeen O. Olatunji ’06 Patrick R. Owens ’15 Christy L. Pergar ’08 Andrew J. Poye ’10 Charlette Dent Reed ’09 Roberto B. Saenz ’07 Molly Robb Shimko ’01 Jeffrey J. Simon ’14 Michael Soria ’15 Lori Swettlen ’09 Kenneth Trumbetta, Jr. ’12 Cory J. Weibel ’09 Linda Wires ’04

Kathleen Kollman ’15 Ann Kopchik ’11 Michelle R. Lane ’15 Anna LaVoie ’15 Tricia Leedom ’14 Melissa A. Long ’14 Carrie A. Miller ’12 Margaret S. Mims ’10 Mary Ann Mogus ’01 Kerri Mountain ’04 Michael Mullig ’06 Donna Munro ’04 Kimberley A. Opatka-Metzgar ’06 Catherine Oswald ’15 Randee L. Paraskevopoulos ’13 Deborah Ranish ’13 Symantha A. Reagor ’13 Ronald J. Shafer ’03 Deanna Sjolander ’04 Lynn D. Slaughter ’16 Maria V. Snyder ’07 Ellen Spain ’08 Christina Stitt ’14 Annika L. Sundberg ’15 Penelope J. Thomas ’15 Pamela Parrish Thomason ’01 Christine Troup ’07 Elizabeth Whitt ’09 Christopher A. Wilk ’15 Cheryl C. Woods ’04

Master’s Program in Marriage & Family Therapy Andrea M. Ansell ’09 Morgan P. Cain ’16 Nick S. Nichols ’14 Mary G. Skubak ’08

Master’s Program in Art Therapy with Counseling

Master’s Program in Physician Assistant

Heather M. Lee ’07

Theresa Borrelli ’14 Iman Chamas ’16 Kristin A. Juhasz ’12 Amanda MacAllister ’06 Sarah J. Morcheid ’10

Master’s Program in Writing Popular Fiction Gina N. Anderson ’15 Milton L. Anderson ’04 Morshe D. Araujo ’14 Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’09 Tiffany Avery ’14 Erin Bales ’14 Amber M. Bliss ’16 Sally Bosco ’11 Thomas E. Connair ’14 Amy Culey ’15 Kristin L. Dearborn ’11 Michael P. Dell ’14 Jennifer Della Zanna ’13 Carmine Coco DeYoung ’01 Jenni Dillard ’15 Matthew Duvall ’11 Natalie Wolfe Duvall ’11 Genevieve I. Eldredge ’11 Elaine Ervin ’14 Cynthia T. Ferguson ’14 Judi Fleming ’05 Sheri Flemming ’15 Caroline V. Gessner ’15 Gina N. Greenway ’14 Johanna Gribble ’07 Rebecca R. Halsey ’15 Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Genocide and Holocaust Studies Certificate Jennifer L. Sproull ’14

Pastoral Ministry Certificate Eugene Forish ’09 Ann Infanger, S.C. ’09 Mary Lou Palas, S.C. ’09

IN MEMORY Seton Hill thanks the alumni and friends who made the following memorial gifts between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. June Boyle Elliott Ahmuty ’41 Marti Blackson Meerscheidt ’76 Mary Kay Akerman ’82 Carol Akerman Cortese ’77 Eugene Alexander Candice McMullen Whitsel ’72

David G. Assard Jane Furca The Honorable James R. Kelley Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Marquis Smith, Jr. Philip Bandieramonte Maryann Bandieramonte Clarke ’65 David Joseph Beckage Janice M. Beckage Betty Boyle Blackson ’40 Marti Blackson Meerscheidt ’76 Elizabeth B. Boggs ’33 Jean M. Boggs, S.C. ’59 Helen B. Boggs ’29 Jean M. Boggs, S.C. ’59 rose irene Boggs, S.C. ’25 Jean M. Boggs, S.C. ’59 Anne Sloan Borland ’49 Wolf-Kuhn Foundation Warren Bornhoeft Dorothy Sessions Bornhoeft ’47 Electa Boyle, S.C. ’33 Marjorie Eckman ’68 JoAnne Woodyard Boyle ’57 Linda T. Assard and David G. Assard + Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 Anne T. Brower ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee Elizabeth Vreeland Craco ’55 and Louis A. Craco Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58 Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Bonnie Mesaros Ferris ’77 Bernadette Fondy ’69 Joan Yetter Freda ’57 Patricia Dugan Gorman ’57 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Susan Prosperi Hickey ’76 Barbara Binder Jones ’60 Kristin A. Juhasz ’12 Alice Kaylor ’73 Sue E. Kellner Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58 Tammy MacDonald-Wilson ’96 Marta M. Maher ’83 Maureen Speicher Marshall ’76 Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 Northwestern Mutual Life Joy Cocchiola Pankin ’68 Stephanie J. Powers ’71 Katherine L. Riley Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Alberta M. Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51 Judith M. Stanley ’58 Marilyn Sullivan-Cosetti and The Honorable Joseph L. Cosetti Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko

Margaret A. Burns, S.C. ’76 Christina Benamati Doll ’81 Rosanne H. Sandolfini ’91 Mary Lou Campana ’63 Trixie Puff Foundation Dale E. and Pearl Chew Carroll Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Sarah Chaplin Maria R. Lemmo ’14 Carol Christopher ’55 Rosemary Vallozzi Kampo ’63 Virginia Jack Claxon ’53 Patricia Jack Blake ’45 irene Clifford Patricia Clifford McTigue ’56 Donna Bowen Colbert ’54 Janine Colbert Bell ’82 Mildred T. Corvi, S.C. ’42 AT&T Business Solutions Dawn McClowry Aul ’60 Joan Smarrella Levan ’61 Mary Ciarrocca Pendleton ’77 B. Patrick Costello Elizabeth Costello Amaris Thomas Day Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Maura Kahn Patrick G. Reese Mary Elizabeth Cramer ’65 Jeanne-Marie Arricale Bua ’67 Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien Mary Garriagn Cuneo ’35 Mary Kathleen Cuneo rose Angela Cunningham, S.C. ’30 Dawn McClowry Aul ’60 J. Bruce Dal Canton Helene Horovitz Dal Canton ’63 + Barbara Mickity Deeley ’56 Anne Boitano Lynes ’56 Michael V. Dell ’08 Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Mary and Tony DiGennaro Laurene DiGennaro Kristof ’64 Zoe Dorsa ’39 Donna C. Winters ’76 Genevieve and Walter A. Dziedzina Christine A. Dziedzina ’73 Verna Stewart Earnest Justin D. Norris ’06 Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Beverly Bastin Farneth ’59 Maria Frederick Farneth ’86 and George Farneth Jane E. Farver ’69 John L. Moore

Bernadette E. Malone Brown Talib Nichiren ’96

Thecla Feczko, O.C.D. ’56 Anne Haenn Bedessem ’56

Frances L. Bucciarelli ’70 Reverend Diane W. Wiley

Julia and Tony Ferrante Rosemary Ferrante Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59

Marie Loya Budd ’44 Rita Romza Smochko ’60

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Mary K. Ferris Denise V. Ferris ’78

M. Estelle Hensler, S.C. ’39 Kevin Hannigan Fuller ’57 +

Josefa Filkosky ’55 Nancy Rashlich Pollak ’87 Marietta Rossi Spotts ’55

Miriam Jane Hollowood, S.C. ’52 Kate Moloney ’69

robin Brudowsky Lubiniecki ’68 Johnson & Johnson Anthony Lubiniecki Newman Yeilding

Kay and regis Hoover Grace Hoover Puterman ’64

Ann Luketich Michael and Patricia Lantzy

Virginia Hoover Mary Kenny

Mary r. Madden Joanne D’Itri Fantone ’78

Gail Facchine Forbes ’69 Joan Facchine Myers ’71

Joan E. and Harold M Horovitz Helene Horovitz Dal Canton ’63 +

Suzanne Sutter Maguire ’68 George P. Maguire

Lawrence J. Franzi Cynthia Olenick Franzi ’77

Frank and Ann Houser Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo

Anne Marie Caulfield Matan ’33 Catherine Albornoz Maria and Marcelo Albornoz Michele and Frederick Dombo Anne M. and Robert Easby-Smith Amy and John Gardiner Lillian K. Archambault Matan ’60 and Tony Matan Matan Family Foundation, Inc. Kathleen M. McDermott

Florence Favero Fiori ’34 Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia

Fred J. Funari Josie Funari Laura McGeary Gaertner Rosemary McGeary ’60 Theophane Geary. S.C. ’26 Karen Kurek Lynch ’73 Catherine Meinert, S.C. ’71 Sara Radford Shea ’56

Mary Francis irvin, S.C. Kevin Hannigan Fuller ’57 +

Walter P. Geiger, Sr. Adrienne D. Geiger ’80

Jacqueline Spagnol Jablonski ’44 Allegheny County Funeral Directors Association, Inc. Thomas and Connie Boone Regis Farrell Foley Family Trust Joyce Jablonski Robert and Elizabeth Kossler McCaffrey Insurance Associates Ruth Conley McDonald ’65 Michael and Carol Moss Edward and Mary Pacella Kay Rozinak Herbert and Roslyn Sachs Karen S. Teck

Anthony and Marie Germano Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 isabelle Humphrey Gilchrist ’41 Jane E. Gilchrist ’72 Adam and Ellen Margaret Gotkiewicz Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer ’59 Johanna Gray Richelle Zalepa Gourley ’92 Georgine M. Hallam Ellen Marker Greiner ’59 Linda J. Delia ’69 John W. Greiner Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Johann Reeder Virginia Skapik Gross ’41 Marian Gross Piet ’81

Helen irwin Marlene Moisan Renfro ’52

Madeline Beltrandi Jelinek ’60 Priscilla Crowe Burt ’60 Frank T. Jelinek Sheila Reilly Knoth ’60

Faith M. Hakas ’11 Joseph and Sandra Dykta Judy and Theodore J. Hakas Patricia Persin Sandra and James Rudisill Beth A. Shaughnessy

Beth Ann Johnson Carole and Glenn P. Johnson

James r. Hake Traci Hake Carter ’86

Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Evelyn B. Kaufman Foundation

Dolores Petrosky Hanna ’48 Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51

Eileen Donovan Kennison ’45 Regina Kennison Kraus ’69

Mary McGee Hau ’35 Juliette Hau Wilson ’70

Magdalene Kenny Mary Kenny

William Hayes, Jr. Norma Deliz Hayes ’54

Christopher Kiryluk Barbara DeCroce Kiryluk ’68

nancy Gregory Hazlett ’50 Tim and Leslie Hazlett

M. De Chantal Leis, S.C. ’23 Johanna Turensek Fugazzi ’44 Mary Anne Daly Gannon ’49

Mary Farmer Healy Mary Alice Healy Hennigan ’53 Paula Heinicka Emily Heinicka ’10 Martha Messmer Helzel ’42 Richard and Kippie Helzel rose De Lima Henry, S.C., SJ ’17, ’25 Virginia Regan Finn ’55 Susanne Theiss Koenig ’61

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Helen and roy Howell State Farm Companies Foundation Irene M. Wattay ’98

Sharon O’neil Kahn ’59 Maura Kahn Denney Kardos Michelle Kardos ’16

Francis McClarnon Agnes Flatley McClarnon ’59 Anne T. McGlinchey ’66 Cathy McGlinchey Neal ’66 Julia McGinniss McGowan ’26 Vincent E. McGowan Mary Anne Spellman McGrath ’59 John E. (Jack) McGrath nora Vallano McMahon ’55 Joan Lavin Ferlan ’56 Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Patricia Dreistadt Policastro ’64 Charles M. Seamens M. Maurice McManama, S.C. ’33 Phyllis Sheehan Bambeck ’62 Mollie McGuire Huitema ’58 Jan McArdle ’69 Michele K. McArdle ’75 Jeannine Kindelan McDevitt ’76 Kathleen M. McNamara ’71

John and Genevieve nipaver Janet Nipaver Martha ’71 Emma O’Brien Irene E. O’Brien ’45 Margaret E. O’Brien rose O’Brien Jerome Callwood Ellen rodgers O’Donnell ’45 Patrick O’Donnell Jude Thaddeus O’Donnell, S.C. Susan Lanz Beresik ’71 M. Aloysia O’Keefe, S.C. Maureen Owens Dodson ’81 Mary and James O’neil Elizabeth Costello Amaris Thomas Day Barbara Deal and Burt Schell Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Maura Kahn Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Patrick G. Reese Mary Joanna Ontko ’58 Patricia Satryan Thomas ’58 Paul E. Oplinger Ruth M. Yost ’08 and Robert A. Yost ’08 ronald T. Orie Eileen Trant Orie ’59 Kathy A. Orndorff-Tauber ’79 Susan Collins Varga ’79 Kathryn Palas, S.C. ’68 Mary Lou Palas, S.C. ’69 Beatrice Mulvehill Palmer ’52 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 Patricia Bender Voltz ’52 Lynn H. Palmer ’72 John Hoffman Marlyn McAtee Johnson ’72 Wilda K. Kaylor ’71

Bridget and Joseph McQuade James and Mary Ann McQuade

Grace L. Panigal ’40 Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 and Charles G. Manoli +

Sylvia Mooney McQuade James and Mary Ann McQuade

Wilma and robert Patterson Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill

Walter and Madeline Miller Judith Miller Maher ’81

Helena Patton Perry ’57 Joan Orris Papinchak ’57

Lydia and Glenn r. Milne LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher ’78

ruth E. Pivirotto Ann and Arthur M. Pivirotto

Linda Monzo Casey Vrable ’16

Anthony Plesha, Jr. Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Cathy Plesha ’73

Al Morris Ruth Morris ’69 James F. Morrison Christine Morrison LaMarca ’73 Miriam Joseph Murphy, S.C. Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck

Emma McGinniss Powderly ’29 Hubert. J. Powderly Helen Dayton Quigley ’49 Dr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Quigley Kristina Quigley Colleen and Shaun Kilduff Kelley Kilduff Jane and Ed Quinn

James Lemmo Maria R. Lemmo ’14

nilda Argentati Musiker ’71 Charlotte Rundel Cronauer ’71

Sondra Lettrich Jennifer Gardner Drizos ’01

ned J. nakles, Sr. Barbara H. Nakles ’76

James A. Littlejohn Gene A. and Iva Jean Saraceni

Gloria McDonald natale ’52 Carol W. Jacobs

Charles Arnold reese Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Patrick G. Reese

Lucy Lopez-roig ’58 Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58

Mary K. nickel Virginia Nickel Tobin ’60

Helen and rocco rich Karen Rich Eisenhauer ’78 + Deceased


Alice Edwards riley ’30 Katherine L. Riley

Sally Favo Troll ’47 Denise Troll Covey ’83

Frances riley Antoinette Barila Thompson ’68

Michael R. Racko Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Clyde Smith Patricia Cosgrove Young ’69

John A. robertshaw, Jr. Buck Scott

Paul Smiy Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation

Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 Salvitti Family Foundation E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D.

Dorothy and Walter McGurty Spelllman John E. (Jack) McGrath

Miriam David Volker, S.C. ’42 Carolyn Allgeier Melby ’62 Mary Ann Farrell Price ’61

Mary Downey Spiesman ’51 Elinor Fritschi Hill ’51

Elyse Jeanne Saraceni Stacy Bartlebaugh-Gmys ’96 and Ronald J. Gmys ’92 Mary Jane and William J. Collins Marianne Meyers ’87 Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Past, Present, Future Donna C. Winters ’76

norma Lutz Spina ’50 Enchanted Life Foundation Elizabeth Spina Grinnell ’79 Paula Nelson Mary Jean Larko Spina ’85 and David W. Spina, SVC ’84 Serena Fiore Stevens ’64 Barbara Hetzel Tocci ’64

Mary Schmidt, S.C. ’32 Noreen Dornenburg ’66

Vincent D. Sweeney Dorothy Donauer Sweeney ’69

Mary Sciacca Melissa Toncini

nolan T. Swetye ’10 Kimberly and Jeffrey Swetye

Florence M. Scott, S.C. ’26 Suzanne Law Hawes ’56 Lois Jones Maloy ’59

Joseph and Loretta Taschler Carol Taschler Harkins ’57

Carita Shields, S.C. ’65 Mary Ann Conway Itts ’66

Maryanne Kerber Taubler ’58 Dorothy Kerber Seiling ’61

Louise Sindrich Christine Delegram Farrell ’79

James M. and Anna Marie Tempero Carmela Tempero ’88

Floyd Skelly Lois Skelly Robinson ’74

Sally Monahan Thomas ’69 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69

Edward Slack PPG Industries

James B. and Jean C. Tito Flo Lavin Tito ’59

Helen Smith Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Janice Flood Nichols ’69 and David Nichols

Colette Toler, S.C. ’57 Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Raymond Spatti Susan Meister Star ’70 Patricia Walker Thornton ’72

nancy Kasuba Smith ’69 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Janice Flood Nichols ’69 and David Nichols Barbara Kutch Pryle ’69

Lisanna Hancox Totin Ronald Totin

Virginia Truax Joan Truax Avioli ’54

Joseph Voytek, Jr. Thomas Dash Alex and Brittney Daugherty Louise Paluselli Dilisio ’70 Denise and Benn Druck + Epic Metals Corporation Charitable Foundation Victoria Marie Gribschaw, S.C. ’65 Andrea James Barbara and Ralph Janis Tracey Janis Margaret A. Kooser Joan and Howard Leukhardt Richard and Gloria Loncharich Robert and Marlene Mailloux Cynthia and Mark Marshall Edward Mattucci, Jr. Janice Germy Sandrick ’76 Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Mary and Gerald Sherbondy Herb and Kathy Stephens Cynthia Teamann ’79 Roseanne and Scott Tucker Edward S. Ungvarsky Karen L. Van Droff Robert Vicini Elaine M. Voytek ’62 Virginia Voytek Elaine M. Zimmerman Helen Vrbanic Marlene Anne Vrbanic-Fink ’83 Ada Fiorelli Waddell ’70 Linda Fiorelli ’74 Suzanne Fletcher Gauthier ’70

Elizabeth Haradon Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Katherine Klopsch Siler ’70 Rosemary Blum Smith ’70 Douglas and Stephanie Smoot nancy Jane King Wandrisco Thomas A. Wandrisco Marie Scholl Wareing ’43 Jean Meagher Ulitz ’43 Leah Wolf, S.C. ’42 Marian Gasbarro Cadwallader ’76 Roberta Sordi Harper ’63 Carol Ann Leshock ’68 Paul B. Wolff Boyd E. Wolff Douglas J. Wood Valerie Wood Barbara Zalepa Georgine M. Hallam Dolores Zitt Wilda K. Kaylor ’71

IN HONOR Seton Hill University thanks the alumni and friends who made the following honor gifts between July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016. Sara Acklin ’10 Karen Nickel ronna and David Aikins Katie Aikins Monsour ’06 and Geoffrey L. Monsour ’06 Jacob Bringe Kimberly Nath Bringe ’87 and Peter D. Bringe Haley Burns ’15 Jewel Williamson-Burns

SAn DiEGO, CA

Alumni and friends joined with President Mary Finger aboard the USS Midway in San Diego on november 13.

Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Row 1: Margaret Rooney Goldstein ’62, Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60. Row 2: Khaleel Mohammed, Joe Bloom, Mary Leone Bloom ’55, Joan Casale ’57, Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue ’69, Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88. Row 3: Sam Etchings, Debbie Etchings, Valerie Eachus, Mary C. Finger, Linden Blue, Gina Eachus Etchings ’06, Lucas Rathe ‘06 Row 4: Dana Eachus, David Paris, Margaret Marcinizyn Fischbeck ’69, Landon Etchings ’07.

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Class of 1952 Janet White Robinson ’52 Class of 1963 Patricia Garvey Regan ’63 Class of 1964 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 Sheila K. Delaney ’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 Brenda Berquist Kessler ’64 Laurene DiGennaro Kristof ’64 Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 Diana Murphy-Greiner ’64 Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Mary Ellen Hau Nemo ’64 Paula Kiles Newman ’64 Mary Allen Richardson ’64 Jeraldine Stein Romeo ’64 Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64 Kathleen M. Whalen-Eaton ’64 Carol A. Wilson ’64

Mary Monsour Sara Taormina ’16

Linda Fiorelli ’74 Elizabeth Haradon

Sally Aurelio novak ’81 Albert J. Novak

Paul E. Fiorelli Douglas and Stephanie Smoot

Maureen O’Brien, S.C. ’67 Kary L. Coleman ’98

Eva Fleischner Timothy Crain Deborah Lee and John Evangelakos Leslie and Hans Fleischner Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Robert and Elizabeth Rosenman Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program

nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 Thomas O’Brien

The Fondy Family Bernadette Fondy ’69

Gabrielle ravotto Pierina A. Ravotto The Hartford Glass Co. of Mishawaka, Inc.

James Gazvoda Rachel N. Robison ’16 Kevin Gillen ’16 Ruth Gillen Victoria Marie Gribschaw, S.C. ’70 Carol McKool Marlin ’68 Louise Jones Lydon ’06 and Sean F. Lydon

Hayley E. Morgan ’16 Susan Federoff and Matt Morgan raven n. Murphy ’16 Tracy M. Coles

Melanie renda Lori and Raymond Renda Michele Moore ridge ’69 Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Kelsey riker ’16 Constance and Brian Riker

Class of 2015 William D. Smolter ’15

Donald G. Hazlett Tim and Leslie Hazlett

Mary Janet ryan, S.C. ’69 Naoko Yamada ’86

Class of 2016 Samantha Byerly ’16 Jeremy Dixon ’16 Jharrin Gill ’16 Jasmine Johnson ’16 Breanna N. Novosel ’16

Meghan E. Hollar William and Adela Connors

Gene A. and iva Jean Saraceni Barbara H. Nakles ’76

Leona r. Howard Jocelyn Howard Sinopoli ’77

Taylor Schmidt Steven J. Long ’07

Ann infanger, S.C. ’55 Sandra Burin Bobick ’69 and James Bobick Justine A. Cakanac ’77 and Thomas M. Bartolac Christina Benamati Doll ’81 Jeannine Kindelan McDevitt ’76 Deborah Dzombak McMahon ’77 Chris Yurick Piper ’79 Catherine Lee Rosenblum ’72

Demi M. Schwartz Michelle Schwartz

Colleen T. Davis ’16 Carolyn and Scott Davis raymond DeFazio Lois Skelly Robinson ’74 Janice Malego Steinhagen ’79 Gemma r. Del Duca, S.C. ’62 Shulamit I. Bastacky Carole Zippi Brennan ’69 William C. French Boris and Elaine Kozolchyk Mary Catherine Motchar and Jim Clayton Margretta Stokes Tucker ’77 Miriam L. Zimmerman ronald T. DiBiase ’11 Dorinda and Ronald J. DiBiase Lauren Dolney Gary and Maureen Dolney Lyn Marie Dwyer, S.C. ’60 Mary Ann Capozzoli Scott ’60 Tyler r. Elliott ’16 Michelle Elliott Mary C. Finger and David Paris Annette Cesario

Frank Klapak Talib Nichiren ’96 Paige M. Kovalchik Cindy and Thad Kovalchik Lauren Kowalczewski Kevin and Nancy Kowalczewski Ann and ron Little Katie Aikins Monsour ’06 and Geoffrey L. Monsour ’06

Darcy J. Wood ’08 James Wood nicole Pottberg Zahour ’95 Talib Nichiren ’96 Joel Zeiger ’10 Diane Zeiger

Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Elizabeth Haradon

Maryann rulapaugh Charles and Alice Rulapaugh

Julianne Cyr ’09 Jacqueline Brosseau-Cyr

Christina Benamati Doll ’81 Deborah Dzombak McMahon ’77 Chris Yurick Piper ’79

Jacqui Palmer Charles and Louise H. Franklin

Cassandra Hausfeld Theresa Hausfeld

Kary L. Coleman ’98 Blaine and Marlene Coleman

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Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Cindy and Louis Finger Kevin Fortwendel Honda Matching Gift Program Dorothy Jarzabek Robert and Kathryn McDermott Erin and Martin Moran

Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Talib Nichiren ’96 Mary Ann Capozzoli Scott ’60 Charmaine R. Strong norine Sepesy ’53 Mary Ross Cox ’99 Tracey Ondecko Sepesy ’81 Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Jacqueline M. Hughes ’58 The Murray and Skoloda Families Kelley Murray Skoloda ’86 Charmaine r. Strong Talib Nichiren ’96

GRIFFIN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Griffin Athletic Association advances school spirit and team pride while supporting Seton Hill’s 21 varsity athletic programs through funding of team travel, new equipment and awards for academic and athletic excellence. Athletic Corporate Partners A. Raimondo, Inc. AP Branded Solutions Beeghly & Co. Jewelers & Gemologists, Inc. Buffalo Wild Wings Courtyard by Marriott Dick’s Sporting Goods Dino’s Sports Lounge Excela Health Ferrante’s Lakeview, Inc. Fletcher’s Outdoor Power Equipment Hookah and Vapor Connection Jigger’s Pub Oliver’s Pourhouse ProGrass, LLC Ramada Hotel Robokyo Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi S&T Bank Three Rivers Orthopaedic & Spine Products, Inc.

John Spurlock Talib Nichiren ’96

ATHLETIC DONORS

Danelle E. Locke Nancy Pringle

Shania Thieler Dean and Theresa Thieler

Colleen Malley Stephanie and Pat Malley

Ann O’Connor Von Hagel ’81 Sally Aurelio Novak ’81 and Albert J. Novak

rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 John Mazero

Molly Donahue Warnick ’94 Deborah Donahue ’07

Barbara J. Miller Ellen Bigenho Spain ’08

Mary Ann Winters, S.C. ’67 Jane Ward Austin ’69 Sandra Burin Bobick ’69 and James Bobick Justine A. Cakanac ’77 and Thomas M. Bartolac

Griffin Diamond Club $1,000 and above Amy and Greg Beltzer Victoria and Frank Fletcher Charles and Louise H. Franklin Barry and Patricia Ilse Beth and James Mahood Amy and Harry Sell, Jr. Eric and Cathy Smith Christopher T. Snyder

Kelcey Miller Dean and Kelly Miller

+ Deceased


Griffin Platinum Club $500 – $999 Robert and Ruth Bruns Peter Cicero Michael and Karen Cillo Barry and Shelly Clark Allen D. Deep Cathleen Meyers Flock ’88 and Larry Flock Kathleen A. Garde ’88 Barbara Graham Theresa Hausfeld Barbara and Ralph Janis Regina Comella Jesky ’71 and Lawrence L. Jesky Elizabeth M. Rettger ’10 TaMara and John Swank, Jr. Marjorie and David J. Voytek Griffin Gold Club $200 – $499 Jill and Kevin Bailey James and Tari Blaney Frank and Karen Bursic Mark Carns and Kathryn J. Sclesky Isaac Collins James and Constance Cox Blain Craig Lindsey E. Davis ’04 Dory and Anthony Grack Kathleen and Paul Haines Charles and Samantha Hay Tracey Janis Jeffrey Johnson and Kelly Beringer Finch Johnson Beth and Thomas Kepple Carl L. Koehler, III ’15 Kathleen and Richard Mack Kimberly L. McDowell Armella McElheny Mary McLoughlin Roberta Mitchell John and Betty Mizikar Marlo Moeller Donald and Elaine Myers Helen L. Nicholson Karen and John Petrus Kim and Mark Pettke Charles and Pat Pettke Timothy Selway Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth Shimko Joshua K. Sobota ’06 Kenneth Trumbetta, Jr. ’11 Roseanne and Scott Tucker Walter and Celeste Vilk Michael and Colleen Vrbanic Collin Wansor Brooke A. Weakland ’04 Jason and Debra Wolfram Griffin Silver Club $100 – $199 Janice and Mack Alston Jane and Robert Baer Jack and Joyce Balega Patrick Biggerstaff Michael and Deborah Bloomgren Cathy and William Boyer Mildred Boynton Jacqueline Brosseau-Cyr John Callahan Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Mark and Tracy Colella William Cotter Fred A. Covatto Joyce Davis Jo Anne and Philip DeSana Anthony J. DiPerna ’13 Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 and David Dolfi Linda Druck Daniel Flickinger Jennifer Sokol Flock ’94 and Scott Flock Harry Fox, Jr. Linda Giammattei Ruth Gillen Patrice and John Goodrich Victoria Marie Gribschaw, S.C. ’65 Mark and Julie Gutentag Cynthia Hackimer Bryan M. Harmon ’07 and Jamie Clark Harmon ’07 Sandra Hay James Hay Lara N. Heinz ’11 Susan and Bill Hensler Janice and Lindel Hodge Michael and Marlo Howell Thomas Howison Elizabeth Jacobson Mark Katarski Linda Kaufman Colleen and Shaun Kilduff Andrew T. Kirsch ’08 Allen Kline John and Rita Kunakowsky Betsy Kupic Christa A. Kuvinka Kathleen and Eugene Marks, Jr. Cynthia and Mark Marshall Maryellen Martin George and Debra Maser Stacey and Larry McCowin Paul McMahon Charles Meeker Ray and Pat Mitchell Mary A. Mooney Carol Mowery Ann and Don Myers Kelly and Peter Neferis Ed and Anna Nelis Todd Nelson Mary Clark Neumann ’09 and Michael Neumann ’10 Nick S. Nichols ’12 and Olivia Nichols Maryann J. Nicholson John and Cynthia Petrarca David Plecenik Audra and Russell Sassack Joan Sheehan Robert and Michele Sheridan Susan and Daniel Simmers Dorothy Simmers Kris M. Smith ’12 Michael and Helen Smith Bridget and Martin Stanners Warren and Linda Stevens Ronald Stoof Paula and Corey Sunday Susan and William Swan Thomas Thole Walter S. Vilk Tracy and Brian Warman

Todd Welsh ’06 and Melissa Welsh Tammy and Tommy Wright Dyan Yingst Richard and Joyce Zoltun Griffin Bronze Club $50 – $99 Eric and Patrice Affa Mark and Pam Alviani Rosina Apolinario John Barnes Jaclyn M. Bartko ’12 and Christopher R. Bartko ’10 Michele Bossert Martin and Theresa Camloh Anthony and Michelle Cappetta Keith Carter Mark Charlesworth Patricia Cole Christine and Todd Cole William and Adela Connors Kenneth S. Curnow Scott Davin John M. DeFazio Perry and Kathleen DellaValle Perry and Elena DellaValle Mary DellaValle Dave and Judy DeRose Larry Doutt Thomas and Karen Ferita John and Jennifer Forbes Stephanie and Tom Forsman Margaret Galley Maura D. Hansen ’13 Jeffrey Hayes Veronica Hemus David Henman Denise V. Hlavsa Nancy Hogue Lisa Jackson Susan and Kenneth Kafka Kathy Hutter Katarski ’72 Craig Kelsey Kelley Kilduff Mildred Klecker Isabelle and Scott Kleinschrodt Donna and Dennis Kraus Judy and Kenneth Kutchman Stephen and Christine Laslo Sean and Tonya Lightfoot Sharon Donaldson Marks ’83 and Robert J. Marks Bob Martin John McCune Ray Mello Bailee and Kenneth Mendelson Gretchen K. Meyers ’10 Stephanie Mizla Jan and Louis Morcheid Sarah J. Morcheid ’10 and Stephen Morcheid Lynda Neumann Brian M. Novotny John and Virginia Poirier Michael P. Powers Jane and Ed Quinn Jim and Judy Santora Dorothy Scott Patrick Sonin Alicia Springett

Laura Steele Diana Stringer Charmaine R. Strong Joshua A. Testa ’11 Rosemary Tosch Brian Warheit ’11 Melissa and Keith Willochell Mary Ellen Young Larry and Carol Zabkar Alumni/Friend Club $25 – $49 Coreen Abston David and Terri Aiello Peter Beattie Hilary Beattie Stephanie Isacco Beck ’11 and Charles Beck Susan and Kevin Boehme Frank Campbell Ray Cefola Francine and James D. Cooper, Sr. Dora Cox Fabiane de Souza Jean E. Donovan Claudia and Kevin Doyle Jane Faber Linda Burke Falcone ’69 and Benedetto A. Falcone Carrie L. Foltz Matthew S. Galadyk ’10 Janet Galley Rebecca S. George Joann Goe Maria and Raymond Gomolka Mark G. Gruss Tammy T. Hawthorne Gary and Colleen Helander Leslie LaRose Amanda Lee ’12 Kalie Mills Leksell ’10 and David Leksell Bertha Lewis Gary and Sharon Malacane Maria Manera Sue Marra Jeffrey Mastrangelo Randall Mastrangelo Jim and MaryAlice McGuigan Terry Mell Jeffrey Metz Collin Mitchell Devon Mitchell Todd Murrock Aaron Pascazi ’11 Mary Ann Peterson Maureen and Mark Pettis Maria Pitts Anne and Kip Plummer Patricia Rombola Lorraine Roskie Paul Shellenberger Lisa Smith Shirley Spears Theresa Straka Michelle Swagart William and Pamela Ungar Mary L. vanMaanen Sherri and Richard Vlainich Pamela Watters

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HERITAGE SOCIETY The Seton Hill University Heritage Society recognizes alumni and friends who remember Seton Hill in their wills or through other estate planning arrangements, including charitable gift annuities. individuals who support Seton Hill through leadership gifts to create and support general and scholarship endowment funds are also listed here because these commitments have a lasting impact on students and on the financial health of the University.

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Estate of Hebron E. Adams Seton Hill University Alumni Advisory Council Anonymous Estate of Margaret Raskauskas Allen ’47 Alpha Sigma Lambda Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 and John C. Aug Estate of Mary Riker Barnett ’44 Janice M. Beckage Estate of Lois A. Berner ’57 Constance Gritte Berto ’54 Cynthia Wills Black ’76 and Jack Black Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue ’69 Bibiana Boerio ’75 Sally Wilkinson Bourg ’52 Eileen Hanley Breen ’45 Scott L. Brown Estate of Wanda Brozda ’50 Estate of Fraces Bucciarelli ’70 Charlene L. Burns ’80 Therese Burson ’64 Priscilla Crowe Burt ’60 Estate of Mary Jo Cadigan ’47 Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Frederick N. Caughill + Gloria Carol Christopher ’55 Paulette A. Ciotti ’74 Class of 1964 Estate of Mary Catherine Collier ’34 Lynn Conroy ’58 and Bernard Brown Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 + 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 Traci Hake Daugherty ’86 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 Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58 Walter P. Drosjack Carla Harrison Duls ’70 Janet Gaffney Dunstan ’70 Lyn Marie Dwyer, S.C. ’60 Anne M. and Robert Easby-Smith Robert Errett ’03 Estate of Mr. Lynn P. Farmer Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Anne and Frederick R. Favo Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris Fette Louise Fichtl ’59 Anna Mae Filkosky Estate of Gloria T. Fiorelli ’42 Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli +Ralph Fiorelli Eva Fleischner Hans and Leslie Fleischner +Mary M. Frederick Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Patricia Acquaviva Gabow ’65 Estate of Lois A. Gallagher

Barry M. Garlitz Gail Harvey Geoghan ’53 Mary Beth Gray Gigler ’70 Jane Gilchrist ’72 Thomas A. Gilchrist Harry K. Gillespie + Patricia E. Gillis ’52 Martha J. and William M. Goodman Estate of Gladys Gillespie Gormly ’36 Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 Charles B. Gray Victoria Marie Gribschaw, S.C. ’65 Estate of Mary Hackett ’47 Maureen Halloran, S.C. Norene A. Halvonik ’64 Judy and Theodore Hakas Hope Hakas Estate of Margaret Brobst Harrington ’35 William Richard Harrison Catherine Caruthers Hart ’44 Suzanne Law Hawes ’56 Donald Hazlett Tim and Leslie Hazlett Charles Huddleston Heaton, Sr. Estate of Catherine Garon Hefferan ’55 Rebecca A. Higgins ’79 Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger Estate of Thelma M. Holmes ’45 Estate of Carol Schwaile Walters-Hopkins Donald Hopkins Estate of Roberta Czerwinski Hossbacher ’49 Mary Sue Hyatt ’70 Ann Infanger, S.C. ’55 Dolores P. and Frank C. Infanger Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Dorothy Jacko, S.C. ’68 Miriam Jacobs ’44 Madeline Beltrandi Jelinek ’60 and Fritz Jelinek Genevieve S. Johnson ’74 Carole and Glenn P. Johnson +Loretta Juhas ’49 +Mary Elizabeth Vogel Kaiser ’42 +Robert G. Kaiser Estate of Thomas Kalman John Kasuba Perpetual Trust of Robert Kaub + Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Estate of Allison Uhl Kelley ’31 Jean Vislay Klein ’49 Donna Konias ’86, M.B.A. ’01 Patricia A. Landers ’55 Erminia LaScala ’49 Victoria Leone Joan Smarrella Levan ’61 Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd L. Lewis Mary and John Liipfert Mary O’Neil Lutes ’48 Jeremy Mahla, S.C. Frank V. Maida Paula Seabol Maloney ’70 Estate of Irene Petrick Mankovich ’39 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. Mark Matan Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 +John R. Mazero, M.D. Estate of Anne Marie Meyer ’48 Eileen Higgins McCarthy ’46 Endowed Trust Fund of Julia McGinniss McGowan ’26 John E. "Jack" McGrath +Mary Anne Spellman McGrath ’59 Estate of Mary F. McMahon ’41 Mary Ann and James P. McQuade +Mary Stratman Merry ’31 Estate of Alice Kamfor Michaels ’52 Robert J. Miller, SVC ’75 Katie Aikins Monsour ’06 and 2011 Senior Seminar Class John C. Morrell Margaret M. Munley ’71 Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray, SVC ’84 Mary Jo Mutschler, S.C. ’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 Brown Nichiren ’96 Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan ’60 Sally Anne Aurelio Novak ’81 and Albert J. Novak, Jr., SVC ’81 Estate of Dorothy S. Nowling ’36 Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 Katherine Coleman O’Brien ’57 Irene O’Brien ’45 Maureen O’Brien, S.C. ’67 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien Carla M. Palamone ’92 + Beatrice Mulvehill Palmer ’52 Andrea M. Pascale ’61 Patricia Yundt Pelland ’72 James Pirlo ’07 Grace F. Platt Cathy Plesha ’73 Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Endowed Trust Fund of Emma McGinniss Powderly ’29 Heidi and Matthew R. Quigley, M.D. Helen Normile Quinlan ’59 Martha Raak ’97 + Ramen Raak Estate of Mary Louise Redding ’50 Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 +Charles A. Reese Rita M. Reese Lynn Rettinger, S.C. ’70 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 + Deceased


John C. Rusnak Mary Janet Ryan, S.C. ’69 Catharine Murray Ryan and John T. Ryan, III + Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. E. Ronald Salvitti, II Jennifer Salvitti Davis, M.D. John Salvitti Kara Salvitti Conomikes Iva and Gene Saraceni Lois Scaglione ’72 Marlene Chelena Scatena ’61 Estate of Jean Mary Schafer Nancy Favo Schepis ’58

Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Marjorie Firsching Shipe ’47 Beth and Russ Siegelman Alberta Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51 Claire Rittmeyer Simpson ’44 Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia, SVC ’63 Clyde Smith + Nancy Kasuba Smith ’69 Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 + Perry C. Smith, M.D. Estate of Julia A. Spratt ’48

Marianne Drott Squyres ’62 Andrew G. Stacklin, SVC ’78 Loretta Stana ’64 Judith M. Stanley ’58 Anthony M. Stefano Leslie M. Stevens ’10 and John Stevens Charmaine R. Strong MiRan Surh ’84 + Clayton A. Sweeney + Sally Dimond Sweeney ’55 Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59 Marsha Yatsko Taylor ’73 Christine Toretti Marie E. Utzig ’49

Jan Vernarec James R. Waddell Thomas A. Wandrisco Dora Bearer Weedman-Kerker ’45 Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Donald J. Wentling Estate of Lawrence R. Werner +Margaret Garvis Wolff ’53 Jessica Ybanez-Morano ’84 Julia Yesenosky Jane Yochum + Leo W. Yochum Susan Marie Yochum, S.C. ’77 Miae Yoo

Seton Hill Students THANK YOU!

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Your donations to Seton Hill University impact the lives of students in numerous ways. From providing scholarship support and new facilities to helping the University develop new academic programs and supporting our student-athletes on the field of play, Seton Hill students Thank You for all that you have done for them. Your generosity is helping them achieve their dreams – and inspires them to give back as well. Chelsea Pawlak, a dance major and recipient of the Isabelle Humphrey Gilchrist ’41 Scholarship, gives back as a volunteer teacher in a dance class for students with exceptional needs held at Seton Hill. “Your donations make it possible for students to achieve an excellent education and become leaders in their communities,” Chelsea said. Education major Tyler George’s volunteer work at a middle school afterschool program, where he mentored children through academic activities and games, continues to inspire his dreams of becoming a teacher. Emily Hutsko, a recipient of the Spellman, McGrath, McGurty Endowed Scholarship, leads volunteer activities as president of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee, which raised more than $8,000 for the Make-A-Wish Foundation in order to grant a wish to a sick child. Mariah Wells, a senior exercise science major, spends lunchtimes reading to a little sister through the Lunch Buddies program of Big Brothers, Big Sisters.

Honor Roll of Donors 2015–2016

Biology major Hannah Schneider said donors to the JoAnne Woodyard Boyle Health Sciences Center are helping her achieve her goal of becoming a dentist working in the public health field to serve clients with limited means. Sophomore biochemistry major Chrisanna Green mentors middle school girls through the Sisters to Sisters program, providing them with an image of hope and success. Christian Strong, a journalism major, helps his fellow students connect with their

faith as a leader with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes at Seton Hill. “Thank you for your support that enables Seton Hill students to learn at a high level and ensures that we are equipped with what we need to be successful in our studies, on the field or court and in our everyday lives,” Christian said. “Your donations have sparked the light for us to give back to the community as well.”

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Seton Hill University Endowed Funds

SCHOLArSHiPS

A Lasting impact irA Charitable rollover Made Permanent Are you looking to make a lasting impact on the lives of Seton Hill University students? Consider making a tax-free gift to Seton Hill through a transfer from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA). Congress has enacted legislation that includes a permanent extension of the IRA Charitable Rollover, meaning donors are free to make annual tax-free gifts to Seton Hill from their IRA this year and into the future. Donors age 70 1/2 or older can make charitable gifts of up to $100,000 per year from traditional or Roth IRAs to qualified charitable institutions like Seton Hill without incurring income tax on withdrawal. The IRA Charitable Rollover can satisfy all or part of your Required Minimum Distribution this year and beyond. For more information on ways your IRA Charitable Rollover can make a lasting impact at Seton Hill, contact Molly Robb Shimko, Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement, at 724-830-4620 or shimko@setonhill.edu.

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Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Endowed Scholarship Fund David Joseph Beckage Memorial Endowed Scholarship Behane Student Aid Fund Ruth and Leo Beitler Scholarship Orlando and Rita Bellisario Scholarship Fund Sister Mary Leon Bettwy Scholarship Fund Mr. and Mrs. Leo McManamy Bininger Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund Frances Bucciarelli ’70 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund Cynthia Wills Black ’76 Scholarship Patricia Jack Blake ’45 Endowed Scholarship Fund Veronica Z. Froman Blue, USN ’69 Endowed Scholarship Fund Sister Rose Irene Boggs Scholarship Anne Sloan Borland ’49 Memorial Scholarship Fund Mother Victoria Brown Scholarship Catherine Kennedy Brunot Endowed Scholarship Sister Margaret Burns ’76 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Joseph C. Cahill Endowed Scholarship Lillian J. Calistri ’29 Scholarship Fred T. and Lenora Campana Endowed Scholarship Fund Dale E. and Pearl Chew Carroll Memorial Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth M. Caruthers Endowed Scholarship M.E. Catanzaro Religious Award Carol Christopher ’55 Music Scholarship Virginia Jack Claxon Endowed Scholarship Community Advocate Endowed Scholarship Fund Margaret Black Connolly, Marion Black Brodie, and Marcia Black Gundrum Scholarship Fund James and Mae Crenner Endowed Scholarship Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Mary Garrigan Cuneo Endowed Scholarship Goodman Cunningham Endowed Scholarship Sister Rose Angela Cunningham Scholarship Frances T. DePaul, Ph.D. and John D. DePaul Scholarship Fund Diakonia Fund Theology Scholarship Dolan Family Fund Nathan and Marguerite Werner Falk Scholarship Irene S. Farmer Memorial Endowed Scholarship Jean L. Farmer ’43 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Endowed Scholarship Fund Farrell Chair for Innovation in Business Julia and Tony Ferrante Endowed Scholarship Josefa Filkosky Endowed Scholarship Dr. Eva Fleischner Endowed Fund for Visiting Scholars and Students in Holocaust and Genocide Studies Kay Piotrowski Flucker ’33 Endowed Scholarship Fund 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, S.C. Mildred A. and Carl G. Gardner Memorial Scholarship Fund Isabelle Humphrey Gilchrist ’41 Scholarship Mother Claudia Glenn Scholarship Monsignor Paul J. Glenn Scholarship Ruth O’Block Grant ’54 Endowed Scholarship Fund Anna and John S. Graziano Endowed Scholarship Fund The Guardian Angel Endowed Scholarship Fund Faith Marie Hakas Memorial Music Scholarship Fund William T. and Margaret Brobst Harrington ’35 Endowed Scholarship Nancy Gregory Hazlett ’50 Endowed Music Scholarship Fund The William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund Hensler-Irvin Scholarship Fund Clare Elizabeth O’Hagan Higgins ’45 Endowed Scholarship Fund Mary Ellen Laurie Cooney Higgins ’64 Endowment Fund for the Future of Seton Hill University Students


Edgar B. and Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 Endowed Scholarship Fund Infanger Research Endowed Scholarship Fund Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Endowed Scholarship Fund Beth Ann Johnson Memorial Scholarship Beth Vogel Kaiser Endowed Scholarship Fund Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Endowed Scholarship Claudia Callaghan Kent ’37 Endowed Scholarship Sister Noel Kernan Holocaust Endowment Fund Harry E. Klein and Jean Vislay Klein ’49 Endowed Scholarship Kolb Family Endowed Scholarship Fund Irma M. Koval Scholarship Marjorie Taylor Lane ’40 Memorial Endowed Scholarship 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 Fund Dorothy Lombardi Memorial Fund Jacinta Mann Endowed Scholarship for Future Setonians Margaret Jack Mann Endowed Scholarship Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Endowed Scholarship Fund John and Hilda Martino Endowed Music Scholarship Anne Marie Caulfield Matan ’33 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 and John R. Mazero, M.D. Endowed Scholarship Fund McFeely-Rogers Foundation Scholarship Emma and Julia McGinniss Fund Sister M. Maurice McManama Memorial Scholarship Joseph and Bridget McQuade Endowed Scholarship McQuade Moir Endowed Scholarship 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, S.C. Sylvia Mooney McQuade Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund Sharon Murphy Mendez ’57 Endowed Scholarship Alice Kamfor Michaels ’52 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Millennium Scholarship Endowment Fund Margaret M. Munley ’71 Scholarship Fund Sister Miriam Joseph Murphy Scholarship Mary Anna Carter Myers Scholarship Ned J. Nakles, Sr. Endowed Scholarship Fund Emma O’Brien Endowed Scholarship Fund Mary Hogan O’Neil and James Michael O’Neil Endowed Scholarship Fund Josephine Cipriany Patrick Scholarship Kum Rye Park Memorial Scholarship Fund Ruth E. Pivirotto Scholarship Anthony Plesha, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Helen Dayton Quigley ’49 Basketball MVP Endowed Scholarship Martha Raak Adult Student Endowed Scholarship Mary Louise Redding Scholarship Fund John D. Reese and Katherine Cole Reese Endowed Scholarship Carol Reichgut ’56 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund Alice E. Riley ’30 Endowed Scholarship Fund for Music Mary B. Rusnak ’75 Endowed Scholarship Fund Kenneth P. Rutter Scholarship William Granger Ryan Scholarship for Acting Elyse Jeanne Saraceni Memorial Scholarship Gene and Iva Saraceni Fund for Professional Advancement in Theatre and Dance Sister Mary T. Schmidt Scholarship Scholarship for Excellence in Teaching Scott Biology Endowed Scholarship Seton Hill University Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Fund Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction Endowed Scholarship

Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Endowed Scholarship Mary Elise Sheehan ’51 Endowed 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 Memorial Scholarship Fund Sister Miriam Grace Solomon Scholarship Spellman, McGrath, McGurty Endowed Scholarship Fund Frances Stefano Memorial Theology Fund Leslie M. Stevens ’10 Endowed Scholarship Fund George and Agnes Taylor Memorial Scholarship Fund Sr. Diane Temple ’69 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Patricia Thuer ’50 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund Sally Favo Troll ’67 Endowed Scholarship Fund Mary Hurtik Vernarec Scholarship Ada Fiorelli Waddell Endowed Fund for Adult Students Nancy Jane King Wandrisco Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Alyce Holden Sheridan ’57 Scholarship Fund Westmoreland Symphonic Winds Scholarship Sister Leah Wolf Endowed Scholarship Fund Paul B. Wolff Memorial Fund Dr. Janice Marie Yesenosky ’78 Endowed Scholarship Fund

Annual Scholarships Mary Lou Campana Family Annual Scholarship Fund Margaret Spier Eiler ’41 Memorial Scholarship 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 and Dorothy Sweda Frederick Memorial Scholarship Fund Ellen Marker Greiner ’59 Memorial Scholarship Virginia Baird Highberger Music Scholarship Raymond L. Kuntz Memorial Scholarship Writing Popular Fiction McLaughlin Scholarship Wilma and Robert Patterson Scholarship Arthur J. Rooney, Jr. Scholarship for Writing Popular Fiction Mary Janet Ryan, S.C. Scholarship Fund Michael J. Salvatore Scholarship Sculco Family Special Fund Lucille Green Shapiro Yad Vashem Scholarship The Edward Slack PPG Directors’ Scholarship Fund Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Scholarship Fund Dorothy C. Zewe Scholarship

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inSTiTUTiOnAL ADVAnCEMEnT

Seton Hill University

Christine M. Mueseler Vice President for Institutional Advancement 724-838-4232 • mueseler@setonhill.edu

BOArD OF TrUSTEES 2016–2017 Most rev. Edward C. Malesic, J.C.L. Honorary Chairman

ruth O’Block Grant ’54 Chairman

Catherine Meinert, S.C. ’71 Vice Chairman

Karen Farmer White Chair Elect

Louise Grundish, S.C. Secretary

robin Heffernan Beck ’64 Barbara Ann Boss, S.C. ’71 James r. Breisinger Lawrence S. Busch Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Kevin L. Colosimo Sara Gill Cutting ’62 robert A. DeMichiei Margaret DiVirgilio '80 Lyn Marie Dwyer, S.C. ’60 Barbara Einloth, S.C. ’71 Mary C. Finger, ex oficio Patricia Acquaviva Gabow '65 Matthew J. Galando ’04 Colette Hanlon S.C. ’63 Grace Hartzog S.C. ’71 H. Phipps Hoffstot iii Susan Jenny, S.C. ’66 Mary norbert Long, S.C. ’67 Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 Mary Jo Mutschler, S.C. ’69 Patricia O'Donoghue rebecca Cost Snyder James C. Stalder Kym K. Stout Daniel J. Wukich

Jean Augustine, S.C. ’63 + B. Patrick Costello Mary Lou Costello ’55 Louis A. Craco rosemary Donley, S.C. John r. Echement Frederick r. Favo Brigid Marie Grandey, S.C. ’63 Marcia M. Gumberg Maureen Halloran, S.C. Colette Hanlon, S.C. ’63 Donald M. Henderson John L. Holloway Patrice Hughes, S.C. ’62 + Charles McKenna Lynch iii Jeremy Mahla, S.C. Arthur H. Meehan Marlene Mondalek, S.C. ’68 Donald i. Moritz Barbara nakles ’76 Maureen O’Brien, S.C. ’67 Maureen Sheedy O’Brien M. Ellenita O’Connor, S.C. ’58 Paul M. Pohl Marc B. robertshaw Arthur J. rooney Jr. ralph A. Scalise Anita Schulte, S.C. ’57 Joseph Whiteside

Molly robb Shimko Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement 724-830-4620 • shimko@setonhill.edu

Erica Adams Advancement Services Manager 724-830-1137 • eadams@setonhill.edu

Lisa A. Carino Executive Director of External Affairs 724-838-2409 • carino@setonhill.edu

Mary ross Cox Director of Alumni Relations 724-830-1027 • cox@setonhill.edu

Cynthia Ferrari Director of Grants and Government Support 724-830-4639 • ferrari@setonhill.edu

Jarred Kallman Administrative Assistant 724-552-4366 • j.kallman@setonhill.edu

Breanna Kelly Associate Graphic Designer 724-552-4397 • bkelly@setonhill.edu

Marissa Haynes Associate Director for Alumni Communications & Stewardship 724-830-1005 • mdelucia@setonhill.edu

Amy Metz Institutional Advancement Coordinator 724-552-4303 • ametz@setonhill.edu

Justin norris Assistant Vice President of Development 724-830-1899 • norris@setonhill.edu

Christy Pergar Director of the Annual Fund 724-830-4636 • pergar@setonhill.edu

Jennifer reeger Director of Media Relations 724-830-1069 • jreeger@setonhill.edu

Lois Sculco, SC Executive Director to the President for Alumni Engagement and Mission 724-838-4200 • sculco@setonhill.edu

UniVErSiTY ADMiniSTrATiOn

Kristofer Smith

Mary C. Finger, Ed.D.

Director of Corporate and Community Relations 724-552-4323 • ksmith@setonhill.edu

President

Patrick Thomas

Melissa Alsing, M.B.A. Chief Information Officer

Associate Director of the Annual Fund 724-838-4244 • pthomas@setonhill.edu

imogene Cathey, J.D.

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General Counsel

Paul Edsall Vice President for Finance, CFO

Brett Freshour Vice President for Enrollment Management

Barbara C. Hinkle, M.S. Vice President for Administration and Registrar

Vivien Linkhauer, SC, Ph.D. Vice President for Mission and Identity

Christine M. Mueseler, M.A. Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Christopher Snyder, M.S. Executive Director for Athletic Programs

Charmaine Strong, Ed.D. Dean of Students

Susan Yochum, SC, Ph.D. Provost

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PHOTOGrAPHY Barry Reeger, Eric Schmadel, SHU staff and students

PrinTEr Laurel Valley Graphics The Forward magazine is published by Seton Hill University, Greensburg, PA 15601-1599, http://www.setonhill.edu, (724-830-1005), for the alumni and friends of the University. Postage paid at Greensburg, PA. Seton Hill University, as a matter of tradition and principle, does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, gender, age disability, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other university-administered programs. Seton Hill University adheres to the non-discrimination legislation of both the federal government and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, including, but not necessarily limited to, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VI, Title IX, 1972 Handicap Provision, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.


April 5

■ Greensburg Alumni and Friends Event Ramada Inn, 5:30 p.m.

Save the Date for Upcoming Events

April 11

■ Pittsburgh Area Black Alumni reception Duquesne Club, 5:30 p.m.

May 5 and 6

■ “Millennial Movement,” Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre at the Seton Hill Performing Arts Center, www.setonhill.edu/tickets

May 7

■ Pittsburgh Alumni Chapter Volunteer Event and reception at the Pittsburgh Marathon

June 2, 3 and 4

■ 2017 Alumni Weekend

June 9

■ Doug Wood Golf Classic Arnold Palmer’s Latrobe Country Club, 11:30 a.m.

June 22 to 25

■ Writing Popular Fiction in Your Write Mind Workshop

October 13 to 15

■ Homecoming and Family Weekend

For more information, or to register, visit www.setonhill.edu/alumni

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