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Message from the President

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Seton Hill Launches Doctor of Physical Therapy Program

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NCCHE Holds LeFrak Conference, Kristallnacht Commemoration

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Ruth O'Block Grant Scholars Named

12 Grant Scholar, Mentor Make Connection 14 Sister Francesca Brownlee Celebrated with Exhibit 16 Nursing Program Receives Accreditation, Stethoscope Ceremony Held 18 Senior Science Majors Teach in Local Schools 20 Students Named Millennium Fellows 22 Sisters of Charity Historical Marker Unveiled 24 Stephen P. Harvey '14 Returns to Hill for Concert 26 Distinguished Alumni Classes of 2020 and 2021 34 University Receives NEH Grant 35 Benjamin Mayro '17 Earns Cancer Research Fellowship 40 Proud to be a Griffin 42 Esports Team to Begin in Fall 50 Honor Roll of Donors

DEPARTMENTS CAMPUS NEWS

36 Dr. Moshood Martins Named Trustee 37 Alumni, Homecoming and Family Weekend

GRIFFIN NOTES

38 Seton Hill Named Top School by U.S. News and World Report, Princeton Review

44 Sports Briefs

IN MEMORIAM

48 Hans Fleischner 49 Marcia Gumberg

49 Bill Vokes

On the Cover: Seton Hill Doctor of Physical Therapy students Jenna Sanfilippo and Nick Boulanger practice exercises on crutches in the Physical Therapy lab in Bayley Hall.


Seton Hill first-year students spell out SHU during Welcome Weekend festivities in August.

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A MESSAGE from THE PRESIDENT Dear Alumni and Friends, Two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, I am truly grateful to the students, faculty and staff of Seton Hill University who have worked so diligently to protect the health and safety of our university community and allow Seton Hill to operate classes face-to-face since Fall 2020. Thanks to high vaccination rates among our community members, Seton Hill has been able to return to many of the pre-pandemic in-person gatherings that we missed during the 2020-21 academic year. We welcomed alumni, friends and families of our current students during Alumni, Homecoming and Family Weekend in October, produced in-person dance, theatre and musical performances, resumed athletic competition, and held the traditional Christmas on the Hill gatherings for both students and alumni in December.

of study and prepare them to be “Fit for the World.” The foundational competencies in the Liberal Arts foster and augment communication and problem-solving skills, historical and global awareness, reflection and assessment, teamwork and leadership, and the use of multiple modes of inquiry. This review involves a campus-wide effort to update and strengthen a Liberal Arts Curriculum rooted in our mission and the recently revised University’s Undergraduate Learning Objectives. The LAC is foundational to a Setonian education. The launching of the renewed curriculum is anticipated for Fall 2023.

Our returning students appreciated the sense of normalcy that we were able to bring during the Fall semester – and our first-year students had the opportunity to truly engage in student life at Seton Hill. With new variants causing disruptions to all facets of our daily life, Seton Hill is committed to in-person learning and activities for our students with increased mitigation efforts that will allow the face-toface experiences we excel at to continue. Despite the continuing uncertainty around COVID, all of us at Seton Hill have had much to celebrate over the last several months, particularly around our outstanding academic programs and the efforts of our faculty, staff and students. ACADEMIC UPDATES As part of the University’s ongoing assessment of student learning, a comprehensive review of the Liberal Arts Curriculum (LAC) was initiated in Spring 2021. The Liberal Arts Curriculum is at the core of all our academic programs and is designed to complement a student’s field

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Seton Hill has also been strengthening our academic offerings to meet workforce needs. Over the past five years, the Office of Academic Innovation at Seton Hill has brought 22 new academic programs at the undergraduate and graduate level to market that span the university’s five schools and provide our students with opportunities to pursue careers in areas where employers are finding the greatest need. Two of the university’s newest programs in the Health Sciences recently received accreditation. Last fall, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program within the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing received accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The Doctor of Physical Therapy program received


its initial accreditation through the Council on Accreditation of Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE) in July and was able to seat its inaugural class for Fall 2021. Both of these healthcare programs meet regional and national needs as shortages of healthcare workers continue to have an impact. As you know well, while Seton Hill is a liberal arts university, a strong and relevant Business School is of critical importance to the university. And, Seton Hill’s focus on entrepreneurship across the business curriculum remains an important point of focus for the institution. Dr. Debasish “Deb” Chakraborty, Dean of the School of Business, led the business faculty in a curriculum review, which has resulted in a realignment of the Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration (BSBA) and strengthening of existing majors and development of new majors including: Accounting; Accounting CPA; Business Communication; Finance; Financial Economics; Human Resources Management; International Business; Management; and Sports Management. These new and updated academic programs aligned with workforce needs – along with a nationally-recognized career development program – are providing Seton Hill students with tremendous opportunities after graduation. In fact, 98 percent of bachelor’s degree recipients in the Class of 2021 were employed or seeking further education after graduation compared to an 82 percent national average.

The National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) recently awarded Seton Hill a competitive grant to fund a Summer Institute for middle and high school educators on the topic of Grappling with Genocide. The Summer Institute will be held in July and will offer educators unique ways to teach their students not only about historical genocide – including the Holocaust and Native American erasure – but modern genocides that are impacting people in the world today. Indeed, the efforts of our Humanities faculty and the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education (NCCHE) at Seton Hill continue to help shape Holocaust and Genocide education – and place these important topics in the framework of modern-day events. The Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference, held in November, focused on how lessons from the Holocaust can help us understand and confront the rise in hate crimes, white supremacy and nationalism today. And, thanks to a generous donation from the late Hans and Leslie Fleischner, the brother and sister-in-law of the late Holocaust scholar Eva Fleischner, Seton Hill is creating a series of videos featuring the testimony of Holocaust survivors. The videos from The Eva Fleischner Oral History Project will be used by educators at all levels to help their students understand the devastating toll of hatred. The premiere video of the Oral History Project, featuring Pittsburgh Holocaust survivor Albert Farhy, was shown

during the annual Kristallnacht service in November. The video can be found on the NCCHE's YouTube Channel. LOOKING FORWARD As we continue to return to more normal operations, we look forward to welcoming alumni back to campus this June for Alumni Weekend festivities. We were grateful to be able to hold Alumni Weekend in conjunction with Homecoming and Family Weekend last October, but we are hopeful for a more traditional celebration this summer. I hope to see many of you at Alumni Weekend, Homecoming or at any of the lectures, performances, art exhibits and athletic competitions we hold throughout the year. Thank you for your continued support of Seton Hill – and especially our students – during these challenging days. I especially thank our incredible donors, who provide the assistance needed to allow so many of our students to pursue a Seton Hill education. You will find the 2020-2021 Honor Roll of Donors begins on page 50 of the Forward. We value deeply the commitment of our alumni and friends to this university, and I ask that you continue to keep all of us – faculty, staff and students – in your prayers. Hazard Yet Forward, Mary C. Finger President

ACCOLADES Seton Hill was once again named a Best Regional University by U.S. News and World Report. The university is ranked No. 34 overall in the region and the No. 17 Best Value college. Seton Hill achieved higher rankings in both categories this year. The Princeton Review also named Seton Hill to its “Best in the Northeast List.” The list includes Seton Hill as one of the best 223 colleges in the region, which includes 11 states and the District of Columbia.

President Finger meets with Holocaust Survivor Albert Farhy and Dr. Jim Paharik, Director of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education, during a reception prior to the annual Kristallnacht Commemoration. During the event, the first video of The Eva Fleischner Oral History Project, featuring Mr. Farhy’s testimony, premiered.

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Seton Hill Launches First Doctoral Degree Program First Cohort in Doctor of Physical Therapy Began Classes in Fall 2021

Doctor of Physical Therapy students practice techniques on one another in a Physical Therapy laboratory in Bayley Hall.

When the first Seton Hill students to ever receive a doctoral degree graduate in Spring 2024, they will do so months before their program was even supposed to begin. Indeed, Seton Hill launched its first-ever doctoral program – the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) – in Fall 2021 three years earlier than the university planned thanks to the work of Program Director Dr. Craig Ruby, who was hired in May 2019. Ruby, a physical therapist with 28 years of clinical experience and 16 years in higher education, was the former DPT Program Director at Wheeling Jesuit University and is a team leader on the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE). Initially, CAPTE had scheduled Seton Hill’s accreditation site visit for November 2023 – but Ruby soon got a phone call from the organization asking if he could develop Seton Hill’s program for a site visit in 15 months. CAPTE had a backlog of applications – and wanted to accelerate some applications. “For some crazy reason, I said yes, and I’m really glad we did,” he said. “The support of the university has been fantastic.” “The Doctor of Physical Therapy Program is an important one for

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Seton Hill,” said President Mary Finger. “Physical Therapy is a natural educational progression for many students in our popular Exercise Science undergraduate program. The DPT program builds on Seton Hill’s strong programs in the Health Sciences, including Physician Assistant, Nursing, Dietetics and Nutrition, and our cooperative programs with the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in pharmacy, medicine and dentistry." “The Seton Hill DPT program meets a critical need for physical therapists in southwestern Pennsylvania – particularly as the region’s population ages and needs these important services,” added Provost Susan Yochum, SC, Ph.D. “Physical therapy has one of the highest growth rates of all healthcare practitioners in the region – with more than 15,000 openings estimated by 2028.” Seton Hill could not enroll the first class until mere weeks before the semester began as it awaited accreditation. Ruby said it was a “leap of faith” for the students, but they said it was worth it. Meghan Simms of Monroeville took some time off to work after earning her degree in Exercise Science from High Point University in 2018, but she knew she would eventually return to school to pursue Physical Therapy.


She learned about the Seton Hill program through her mother, alumna Shannon Hutter, and she’s pleased she’s part of the inaugural class. “The faculty are really invested in our progress,” she said. “They want us to do well.” Student Nick Boulanger, who earned his Exercise Science degree from Slippery Rock University in 2021, agreed. “We get the program to ourselves for a year,” he said about the inaugural cohort of 18 students. “They have a lot of time to work one-on-one with us.” As a 2019 Seton Hill Exercise Science graduate, Dylan Harper knew before he applied that the program’s professors would work closely with students. “They care here,” he said. But he was also intrigued by the program’s emphasis on entering clinical settings sooner. Seton Hill’s DPT students start clinicals in their second semester. “I thought their approach was intriguing compared to other programs, and I wanted to be a part of that,” he said. “I think that’s when the things you learn in the classroom start to click.”

EARLY CLINICAL WORK AND SERVICE

Dr. Ruby said the early clinical work by Seton Hill DPT students is intentional. Studies have shown that the best physical therapy programs get students into clinical experiences early and often. During their second semester, students will spend one day a week at a clinical location. While Seton Hill has contracts with facilities throughout the region, they are finding most success in rural areas. “People have a lot of unmet need for physical therapy in those areas, and they are really looking forward to getting our students,” he said. In addition to their clinical rotations, the laboratory spaces students use in renovated Bayley Hall provide them with access to a variety of tools of the trade along with high-tech learning instruments such as an Anatomage Table. The anatomy visualization system allows

Dr. Craig Ruby, Director of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program at Seton Hill, with some members of the inaugural class, including Brittney Shoenfelt, Meghan Simms and Dylan Harper.

students access to a library of the human anatomy – assisting them with their learning. Another aspect of the program that sets it apart is its commitment to service. Ruby has created a service program where students, faculty and staff will participate in projects that benefit the university community, the local community and the international community, including trips to provide physical therapy to individuals in extreme rural areas of Mexico and Peru. “Service is such an integral part of the Seton Hill mission, and we wanted to ensure that the Physical Therapy program was part of that.”

TOPIC-BASED CURRICULUM Another differentiator of Seton Hill’s program is the approach to teaching and learning. The program is topic-based – where students cover the same topic from different aspects in their courses. So, if they are learning about the shoulder they’ll learn all aspects at the same time – from the anatomy of the shoulder, to different conditions that impact the shoulder, to the hands-on treatment of the shoulder. The approach works for students. “I learned more in the first semester than all of undergrad,” said student Nathanael Bungard, who graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2021. “The professors want to see us succeed. It’s pretty much a big family.”

DPT students and faculty use the Anatomage Table, which allows them to see virtual representations of the human anatomy.

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Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference Examines Rise of Extremism The rise in extremism and hate crimes in today’s world was examined through the lens of the Holocaust during the triennial Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference held virtually in November. The LeFrak Conference, hosted by the Seton Hill University National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education, focused on the theme, “Holocaust Education Today: Confronting Extremism, Hate and Denial.” “As we live in times of rising nationalism, ideological extremism, and violence toward ethnic and religious minorities, we are reminded that these elements were present in the political culture of Nazi Germany,” Seton Hill President Mary Finger said in her welcome address. “The conference examines the period between the world wars and compares it to today in an effort to consider in what ways and to what degree the fascism of the mid-20th century can provide a template for understanding and confronting extremism now.” Francine LeFrak, daughter of the late Ethel LeFrak, a cherished friend of Seton Hill and conference benefactor, said the work of the Holocaust Center and the LeFrak Conference is crucial. “This is such an important forum to examine what is happening in our world today through the lens of the Holocaust,” she said. “If we are to stop this rise in antisemitism it must begin with an open dialogue and a strong degree of hope. Hope that we can teach each other that we all have something very special to contribute. Hope that we can find commonality in our differences. And hope that we can learn from the past to ensure that we change the outlook for the future.” She added, “I find inspiration to stand on my mother’s

shoulders. She would be so proud to see all of you today and know the hard work you’re doing against extremism, hate and denial.” The keynote address for the conference was presented by Dr. Amy-Jill Levine, Ph.D., the Rabbi Stanley M. Kessler Distinguished Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies at Hartford Seminary and author of Sermon on the Mount: A Beginner’s Guide to the Kingdom of Heaven. Dr. Levine’s address focused on “Jesus’ Beatitudes in His Time and Ours.” Other lectures during the conference focused on understanding the dynamics of hate crime and white supremacy, antisemitism before and after World War II, and genocide and crisis in the Muslim world. Father Walter Kedjierski, Executive Director of the Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs of the US Catholic Conference of Bishops, closed the conference with a call to unity – basing his presentation on Fratelli Tutti, the 2020 Encyclical Letter of Pope Francis. Dr. James Paharik, Director of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education, said he hoped conference attendees would consider how Holocaust education can serve as a resource to the challenges in today’s world. “While we acknowledge that every era is to some degree distinctive … there are indeed parallels between the contemporary world and the period of the Holocaust that are too striking to ignore.”

Harris Gallery Hosts Knights Collection Exhibit Seton Hill’s Jodee Harris Gallery hosted an exhibit of the Knights Collection, photographs taken by Army soldier Harry Knights during his service in World War II. The Knights Collection was donated to Seton Hill’s National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education by the late Harry Knights’ son, James Knights. The Knights Collection features photographs from the aftermath of the Gardelegen Massacre, which Harry Knights and his fellow soldiers came upon toward the end of World War II. As the Nazis retreated from Allied pressure, they locked prisoners in a barn and burned them alive. Harry Knights’ graphic photos detailed the horrors of the massacre. Photos: James Knights, exhibit curator and Seton Hill student Hannah Vincent, NCCHE Director James Paharik, and Emeritus Professor John Spurlock all spoke during the event. James Knights addresses the crowd about his father’s photographs.

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Seton Hill Commemorates Kristallnacht with Premiere of The Eva Fleischner Oral History Project

Seton Hill Grant Scholar Mitchell Zembower, a Chemistry major, speaks with Holocaust Survivor Albert Farhy. Mr. Farhy was a chemist by trade.

family were sent to a ghetto but avoided being deported to a death camp because the Bulgarian people stood up at the eleventh hour to stop the mass deportation of Bulgarian Jews. A number of Seton Hill students – including Grant Scholars, Student Ambassadors and Eva Fleischner Scholars – were able to meet with Farhy during a reception prior to the event. Grant Scholar Mitchell Zembower connected with Farhy over their shared interests. Farhy was a chemist by trade, and Zembower is studying Chemistry. “I am a first-generation college student, and my dream since starting college has been to get my Ph.D.,” Zembower wrote in a note to Farhy after the event. “Knowing that you were still able to achieve your goals with all the trials and tribulations you have had in your life is truly an inspiration. … I was very glad that I was able to get to know you and could hear your story.” During the video presentation, Farhy recalled the extreme antisemitism he experienced in Bulgaria and how, at the same time, Bulgarians did not understand the lengths the Nazis were taking until it was nearly too late. “There is good and bad people,” Farhy said during the video. “There is no such thing like a perfect person. Everybody is susceptible to indoctrination and hate.”

Seton Hill’s annual Kristallnacht Remembrance Interfaith Service held in November included the premiere of a video from The Eva Fleischner Oral History Project featuring Holocaust Survivor Albert Farhy. The National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education (NCCHE) and the Office of Campus Ministry at Seton Hill held the service to remember Kristallnacht on its 83rd anniversary. On November 9 and 10, 1938, the Nazis burned synagogues, looted Jewish homes and businesses and murdered individuals throughout Germany, Austria and other Nazi controlled areas in a pogrom known as Kristallnacht, “the night of broken glass.” The allusion is to the broken glass that littered the ground from the shattered windows of Jewish-owned businesses. This state inspired and sanctioned night of violence resulted in the deaths of 91 Jews, the looting of 7,000 Jewish businesses, the arrest of 30,000 Jewish males and the desecration or destruction of 267 synagogues. As part of this year’s service, the NCCHE presented the premiere of the first video from The Eva Fleischner Oral History Project, which was funded in memory of the late Holocaust scholar through a generous gift from her brother and sister-inlaw, the late Hans and Leslie Fleischner. The video featured the testimony of Albert Farhy, Eva Fleischner Fellows Ariana Scott and Gabby Bubin, both Seton Hill students, a Holocaust Survivor from Pittsburgh, who described his met with Albert Farhy prior to the Kristallnacht event. experiences as a Jewish teenager in Bulgaria. Farhy and his

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Ruth O’Block Grant Scholars for 21-22 Named Six New Grant Scholars Join Cohort of Ten Students Benefitting from Mentorship, Leadership Programming

A group of 10 Seton Hill students have been selected as Ruth O’Block Grant Scholars for the 2021-22 academic year – with six new scholars joining four renewed scholars from last academic year. Mackenzie Longo, Mitchell Zembower, Shane Simpson, Desiree Saether, Shannon Mong and Marissa Martini join returning Grant Scholars Kathryn Dzurik, David Conely, Jessie Delio and Germaine Uwimpuhwe in the program that began with a 2018 gift from the Verstandig Family Foundation and Grant Verstandig – the founder and CEO of Rally Health. The Verstandigs created The Ruth O’Block Grant Endowed Scholarship Program at Seton Hill during the university’s Centennial to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit of Grant’s grandmother, Seton Hill alumna and Immediate Past Chair of the Seton Hill Board of Trustees Ruth O’Block Grant. Grant Scholars benefit from the mentorship and guidance of exceptional leaders and entrepreneurs like Ruth Grant, who distinguished herself as a world-class entrepreneur as President of Louis A. Grant Inc., a multi-million-dollar corporation, and developed business relationships that spanned the globe. The Grant Scholars also participate in experiences that will help them hone their leadership skills and will prepare them for success in graduate school, their careers and their communities. Debasish Chakraborty, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Business at Seton Hill, serves as the faculty liaison for the Grant Scholar Program and actively provides the student scholars with meaningful opportunities to grow as leaders. Each Grant Scholar is paired with a mentor, who meets with them regularly to provide guidance and help them navigate their paths both during college and after graduation.

Lee Verstandig, Toni Verstandig. Ruth O’Block Grant, President Mary Finger, and Ruthann Grant during the Scholarship Donor Appreciation Luncheon in 2018. The Verstandig Family Foundation along with Grant Verstandig, grandson of Ruth Grant, established the Ruth O’Block Grant Endowed Scholarship Program at Seton Hill during the university’s Centennial.

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Mackenzie Longo A bachelor of science degree in biology with a secondary teaching certificate will give junior Mackenzie Longo, a self-described “planner,” options in both fields. “I want to be a high school teacher,” she said. “I chose Seton Hill because I think you want to know your subject well to teach, especially at the high school level. If for some reason I don’t want to teach, I have the option not to.” “Seton Hill has given me more opportunities than I would have gotten anywhere else, both in the classroom and in getting good lab experience. I can make sure that high school students graduate with solid experience in the lab,” Longo said. The Grant Scholar Program puts a master’s of education within reach, she added. “Seton Hill has made sure I can continue my education here and pursue my master’s without going into major debt. That helps a lot.” Longo already has benefitted from the program. “I got to talk to people with different backgrounds and disciplines, and that’s helped. A financial workshop helped me with both my student finances and my career.” Her mentor, Seton Hill alumna Cheryl Maurana, Ph.D., Vice President for Strategic Academic Partnerships at the Medical College of Wisconsin, works at the University of Wisconsin at Madison with women in STEM programs on issues including gender equity and leadership, interests Longo shares. “I’ve always been drawn to the leadership aspect. Maybe it comes from the fact that I want to help people,” said Longo, who serves as Class of 2023 President. “I like to see impact and change.”

Marissa Kostrzycki Martini Senior Marissa Kostrzycki Martini is preparing to enter the workforce in the spring with a degree in Business Administration with specializations in Marketing and Human Resources. Martini entered Seton Hill as a music major. “But then I realized that music was more of a hobby,” she said. In her first semester she switched her major to graphic design but wanted a broader field of study. “In a previous job I had done project management and organization. My dad has extensive experience in marketing, and with his help I decided to pursue this major,” she said. Seton Hill has prepared her well for a career as a marketing/human resources specialist, Martini said. “There are a lot of different things I could add on to my major, such as data analytics. What Seton Hill has provided me has really helped me get to where I want to be.” She plans to work in digital marketing or digital advertising, hopefully remotely, because her husband, Michael, is in the military. “To get a position that can be remote would be great. If I could go into the digital marketing world, that would be perfect.” Martini values the mentoring offered to Grant Scholars, especially from her mentor, Seton Hill alumna Jessica Picklo, Human Resources Director for Wheeler Fleet Solutions. “My mentor has given me a lot of advice, just from talking to her about all the concerns I have and about transitioning from college into the workforce,” she said. “Networking and talking to people working in different fields and hearing different perspectives has been a huge benefit to how I should approach things after graduation.”

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Shannon Mong

Shannon Mong, a junior commuter student who lives an hour from campus, worked hard to keep up with class assignments while holding a full-time job since her freshman year. The Grant Scholar Program will enable her to quit the job, freeing precious time. “It gives me more time to excel in my field. It allows me to focus more on my education,” she said. The military was a major influence in her decision to major in Cybersecurity and Computer Science, Mong said. “I was with an ROTC unit in high school, and I had a lot of cybersecurity classes. I was always interested in computer science and learned that I could help protect our nation’s security. Cybersecurity looked very promising to me,” Mong said. “I just fell in love with classes, course offerings and the labs at Seton Hill. All faculty immerse students in each topic,” she said. “In a lab for one class we could go onto the dark web and peruse it to see what that side of the internet has and how to protect yourself.” Mong hopes to work as a malware analyst in cybersecurity and cyber warfare with the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA) in Pittsburgh. She landed an internship in protecting against malware with the NCFTA, which works with businesses as well as the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. She’s also grateful for the mentorship of Seton Hill alumnus Dhiraj Totwani, a software engineer for Tata Consultancy Services. “I wouldn’t be able to get this internship without being at Seton Hill, so I really do appreciate that,” she said.

Shane Simpson Sophomore Shane Simpson, a double major in Cybersecurity and Computer Science, looks forward to working with his mentor from the business sector as a Grant Scholar. “Having a mentor is always a very important thing,” said Simpson, who is paired with Seton Hill alumnus Greg Chaples, Vice President, Property and Casulty with Capstone Group. “It’s valuable to have connections and to help make better decisions about what I want to do with my career, what direction I want to take it.” Simpson is focused on clarifying where his degree might lead in the workforce. “That’s why I decided to get as much knowledge and experience as possible. Both Computer Science and Cybersecurity are pretty broad fields, and I’m trying to figure out what specifically I like about both,” he said. The Computer Science and Cybersecurity programs were a key factor in choosing Seton Hill, he said. “I knew I wanted to study Cybersecurity. The field lets me help other people and keep them safe online, so I knew that’s what I wanted to go into. Not many schools offer Cybersecurity.” When Simpson visited campus, he was drawn to the friendly atmosphere. “When I went on a tour, everyone was just so welcoming. It just felt like the place I should be,” he said. His program of studies keeps him motivated, Simpson said. “Seton Hill helps reaffirm that I’m doing my work, that I’m doing my best.”

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Desiree Saether Starting at age 10, Desiree Saether helped her mother and grandmother take care of her grandfather, who had Alzheimer’s Disease, at their home. After his death three years later, she decided to become a geriatric doctor. “Taking care of him at a young age really opened my eyes to the need to take care of elderly people. It makes such an impact on their lives,” said Saether, a junior majoring in PreMed/Health Sciences. During his last two years, her grandfather was in hospice care. “We were able to take care of him the whole time. I would help change him, give him showers. It’s a lot emotionally watching a loved one deteriorate, so I would help however I could. I would do it again in a heartbeat,” said Saether, who works part-time at a nursing home during school breaks. She enrolled at Seton Hill after an overnight stay. “The atmosphere here on campus was so amazing, so welcoming. It immediately felt like a second home,” she said. Her professors are very approachable and helpful, she said. “I’m being treated like a student rather than just a number.” Saether considers her mentor, Seton Hill alumna Monica Stynchula, Founder and CEO of REUNIONCare, Inc., a company that provides resources for seniors and caregivers, a perfect match. “The Grant Scholar Program will open many more doors to me and expose me to people in my field. It will help me do more job shadowing and internships.”

Mitchell Zembower A junior chemistry major with a mathematics minor, Mitchell Zembower has had an unforgettable experience in the Grant Scholar Program so far. A guest at the Nov. 9 Kristallnacht Commemoration, Holocaust survivor Albert Farhy, 92, of Pittsburgh, spoke privately with a group of Grant Scholars. Farhy was featured in a video presentation of The Eva Fleischner Oral History Project produced by the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education at Seton Hill. Zembower discovered that Farhy was a chemist, and they chatted for some time. “He got his degree when there was a really different way of learning. We talked about how medicines and other things have changed. It was nice just to talk to him. It really was a neat experience,” Zembower said. “I wouldn’t have had that opportunity without being a Grant Scholar. That’s something I’ll definitely keep with me.” The program is helping him to decide on a graduate studies path toward teaching or research. His mentor, Seton Hill alumna Susan Mercer, Ph.D., a former pharmacy professor at Lipscomb University, now works as the Neurology Medical Science Liaison for Alexion, AstraZeneca Rare Disease. “She has the experience in both fields – research and teaching,” Zembower said. “It’s good to talk to someone outside the University – get someone else’s perspective – about grad school and post-grad.” Grant Scholar events have enabled him to make connections and branch out. “It’s nice to get to know one another. There’s more to college than just going to classes,” Zembower said. “This is kind of a leadership role. When I’m in grad school and in charge of a lab or other students, that will help.”

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Grant Scholar and Mentor Make Extraordinary Connection When Jessica “Jessie” Delio was named a Grant Scholar in Fall 2020, the mentoring aspect of the program was something she wasn’t sure about. “I never really had any interest in a mentor, and I did not really know what it entailed,” said Delio, who graduated from Seton Hill in December with a degree in Business Administration. But after meeting with her assigned mentor, Seton Hill alumna Tanya Moximchalk ’95, Delio recognized immediately the value of mentorship. “She is an amazing person inside and out, and I couldn’t have been more blessed to participate in the Grant Scholar Program,” Delio said. “Having a mentor helped me develop more personally and professionally as well.” For Moximchalk, mentoring has always been an important aspect of her career. “When Seton Hill asked me

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to participate in the Grant Scholar Program, of course I said I would continue something that I’m so passionate about because I can see how mentoring can work both ways – my mentees have taught me so much, sometimes more than I have taught them,” she said. Delio and Moximchalk, Vice President, Business Experience Planning and Administration Manager for Enterprise Innovation at PNC Financial Services, met via Zoom every two weeks and covered a wide range of topics – from their experiences at Seton Hill to career choices and career paths to everyday topics like loans, leases and credit cards. Moximchalk would send Delio articles to read that she thought would be of interest. “And she would always read them and come back to me with questions or thoughts,” Moximchalk said. “I could see why she was selected for the Grant Scholar Program, and, over time, I saw her grow. It was very exciting to watch.”


While the COVID-19 pandemic kept them from meeting in person for close to a year, when they finally did meet in October during Alumni, Homecoming and Family Weekend the two hugged like they were longtime friends. “It was a very emotional moment because we had gotten so close over the course of the program,” Delio said “When we met, it honestly felt like we had met in person before just because of how well we had gotten to know each other.” Moximchalk even brought Delio a gift – a pressed orchid – that reminded her of a quote from one of her early mentors at Seton Hill, Sr. Colette Toler. “Sister Colette was always so cheerful and so welcoming. She had her ways of making you feel special, especially when she would celebrate something you had done by saying, ‛Orchids for you.’ Jessie has done so many fantastic things and has so much to celebrate, so I thought she deserves orchids.” Moximchalk is grateful that the Verstandig family made mentoring such an integral part of the Grant Scholar Program. “I just find that it’s so important to have somebody to talk to and to give you a different perspective than your parents or your friends,” she said. She encourages other Seton Hill alumni to serve as mentors. “Don’t think you have nothing to offer,” she said. “You have everything you’ve ever done and ever experienced to offer.” She added, “I just really enjoy watching somebody like Jessie just take everything that’s put in front of her and say, ‛Yes, I’ll tackle that and now I’m going to move onto this next awesome thing.’” Delio has taken a full-time position in Seton Hill’s Institutional Advancement Office and will be pursuing her MBA at the university. “I know that she and I are going to stay in contact,” Moximchalk said. “We just really grew to care about each other very much, and I know I want to stay in touch with her and will be very jealous of all the things she will get to do.” And Delio’s hesitancy about having a mentor has disappeared. “I think a mentor is very beneficial for people, especially students in college who might not know how to shift from college life to ‛real’ life,” she said. “During the pandemic, I did not really know where I wanted to end up. I blinked and I was about to be a senior so having Tanya really helped me be prepared for the next big steps in my life.”

Grant Scholar David Conely Earns Competitive Internship with U.S. Steel David Conely, a senior Business Administration major at Seton Hill, said he is grateful for the Grant Scholar Program and the assistance of his mentor, Ryann Bradley, in securing a competitive internship for the Summer of 2022 with U.S. Steel Corp. in Pittsburgh, Pa. The internship will be focused on sales with a heavy emphasis on data analytics. “Ryann Bradley and the professional relationships he possesses in industry were essential in helping me get this tremendous opportunity,” Conely said. “Ryann has really gone above and beyond to help me throughout this process.” Bradley, a Seton Hill MBA alumnus, is currently serving as a Financial Consultant for Heritage Valley Health System in McKees Rocks, Pa. Bradley’s own experiences and his extensive connections in finance throughout the Pittsburgh region have been an asset during his time as Conely’s mentor. “It was easy for me to vouch for Dave with my contacts at U.S. Steel - and I usually don’t do that," Bradley said. "Dave is very well-spoken and professional already as a young scholar. I believe that no matter what Dave does he’s going to be successful, and he’s going to represent Seton Hill in a manner that everybody would want." “The Grant Scholar Program truly epitomizes the personalized education that I have received at Seton Hill,” Conely said. “I am extremely grateful for all the effort that everyone involved with the program has contributed to ensure my success.”

Grant Scholars Graduate Grant Scholars Germaine Uwimpuhwe and Jessica “Jessie” Delio graduated in December. Uwimpuhwe earned a bachelor of science degree in Computer Science, while Delio earned a bachelor of science degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing.

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Sister Francesca Brownlee’s Legacy at Seton Hill Celebrated with Historic Exhibit

Members of the Brownlee family visited Seton Hill for the opening of the Sister Francesca Brownlee Exhibit.

The legacy of Sister Francesca Brownlee – and her enduring women’s college at a time when women could not even vote. influence on the life of Seton Hill University – was celebrated Now, 103 years later, Seton Hill is fortunate to have the Brownlee through an historic exhibit curated and designed by Seton Hill students. Robert and Jackie Brownlee with Sister Louise Grundish at the opening of the The opening of the Sister Francesca Brownlee Sister Francesca Brownlee Exhibit. Exhibit on October 13 was attended by several members of the Brownlee family, including Sister Francesca’s nephew, Bob Brownlee, who in 2018 made an incredible commitment of more than $1 million during the university’s Centennial to launch The Robert M. Brownlee Mathematics Enrichment Center and create The Robert M. Brownlee Endowed Scholarship. “The Brownlee legacy at Seton Hill began with Sr. Francesca Brownlee, who saw in the Seton schools that the Sisters of Charity began on this hill, the potential for something greater,” said President Mary Finger. “And so, she began the arduous process of seeking approval for a charter for a four-year college – a task that required her to use all of the grit and determination she possessed – to start a

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family continue to be involved in the life of this Catholic, liberal arts university.” The exhibit, located on the second floor of the Administration Building, was curated by Seton Hill senior history major Niesha Morales as part of her internship directed by Seton Hill Archivist Bill Black. Seton Hill art and art history major Kacey Murphy led the exhibit design. The exhibit tells the story of Sister Francesca Brownlee’s life at Seton Hill, which began with her days as a student at St. Joseph Academy, where she graduated as valedictorian in 1890. After entering the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, Sister Francesca would go on to become Directress of the Academy, would be instrumental in securing the charter for Seton Hill College, and would serve as the first Dean. Items in the exhibit include photographs of Sister Francesca, her notebook from her time as a student at the Academy, correspondence with state officials as she worked to secure a charter, and the first Seton Hill college catalog – which includes a quote often attributed to Sister Francesca: “If the management of Seton Hill find a better way of doing things…they are bound by no traditions and they fear nothing but God’s disfavor and the closed mind.” Sister Mary Norbert Long, Provincial Superior of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, said Sister Francesca set forth an expectation for those who came after her. “The ability to find opportunity in spite of obstacles and to evolve in response to the needs of Seton Hill students and the region remains indicative of the Seton Hill spirit – a spirit that is part of each of us.” It is one that remains with Bob Brownlee and the Brownlee family as well. “Sr. Francesca was phenomenal,” he said. “I’m honored to be here today and honored to give back and to try to demonstrate and express the depth of what I feel for Seton Hill, the university’s students, and Sister Francesca.”

Seton Hill students Niesha Morales and Kacey Murphy, who curated and designed the exhibit, with Jackie and Robert Brownlee.

Exhibit items include Sr. Francesca’s notebook during her time as a student at Saint Joseph Academy and a portrait of her in the 1920s.

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Nursing Program Receives Accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Seton Hill University’s Baccalaureate Degree Program in Nursing has been accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) The Commission’s Board of Directors voted to approve Seton Hill’s application for accreditation. Seton Hill was notified of its accreditation status on November 12. The accreditation began retroactively in September 2020 and is extended through June 2026. Seton Hill will be eligible to renew accreditation with

in Nursing programs have received accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, which affirms for current and future students that the university is adhering to the highest standards of nursing education.” said President Mary Finger. “Seton Hill’s BSN program, which launched with its first class of students in Fall 2019, was started to address the shortage of nurses both here in the Pittsburgh region and throughout the country,” said Provost Susan Yochum, SC, Ph.D. “During the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for skilled and compassionate nurses has continued to grow as hospitals have been overwhelmed with patients in need of intensive care. The accreditation of the nursing program means that Seton Hill nursing students will be ready to enter the profession at a critical time.” Dr. Diane Kondas, Director of the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing at Seton Hill, added, “This accreditation Seton Hill Assistant Professor of Nursing Tara Phillips provides instruction to students. Seton Hill’s Nursing demonstrates that Seton Program has received accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Hill nursing students are being taught based on the rigorous standards set by the CCNE. These students have found its next on-site visit in Fall 2025. themselves on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic through The accreditation includes two baccalaureate programs their clinical rotations, and our first nursing class will be ready to offered through the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing at Seton provide high-quality care in a variety of health care settings when Hill – a traditional BSN and an RN to BSN program for adults they graduate in May 2023.” working in the field who are seeking additional education. “We are pleased that Seton Hill’s Bachelor’s Degree

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Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing Class of 2024 Holds Stethoscope Ceremony “Your classroom will become the patient and their care environment. It is an incredible learning experience and you will have a much different college experience than many of your peers.” Kondas added, “The stethoscope is vital to nursing as a tool and as a symbol. Nurses use stethoscopes on a daily basis in multiple ways. The stethoscope is an important tool for assessing patients through obtaining vital signs and performing physical assessment. It is also a tangible symbol of the nursing profession. It reminds us that we must always listen to our patients – not just heart and lung sounds – but really listen to what they are telling us in order to best advocate for their health.” Daniel J. Wukich, the former Seton Hill Trustee who provided the leadership gift to start the School of Nursing, thanked the students for their commitment to the profession and to compassionate care.

The Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing Class of 2024 held its Stethoscope Ceremony in September.

During her extensive nursing career, Dr. Helen Burns, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Excela Health, has certainly gained a wide array of experiences. But, she told members of the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing Class of 2024 during their Stethoscope Ceremony in September, the COVID-19 pandemic has shed far greater attention on the need for nurses than ever before. “You have chosen well,” Burns told the nursing students. “There is no second guessing that. You are here at a time when you could not be needed more. I’ve been in the business a long time and at no time before have nurses been so valuable and yet so unavailable.” “When you accept this stethoscope, you are making a commitment to providing compassionate, high quality and safe care,” she added. “You are making a promise to contribute.”

“The thing you have in common, which is so important to me … is that you care. You care in such a unique and wonderful way … Keep on caring and try to recruit some more of you because we need you.” Seton Hill President Mary Finger, Board of Trustees Chair Karen Farmer White, Provost Sister Susan Yochum, SC, Ph.D., and President of the Seton Hill Nursing Club Jessica Hudock also offered remarks during the event. “Nurses can’t choose remote work options. They are there for their patients on some of the darkest of days, offering more than medical treatment – but also comfort and hope,” President Finger said. "As you enter the clinical portion of your education, please know that the work you are preparing to do is valued, appreciated and imperative to the lives of each and every one of us.”

Burns was the keynote speaker at the Second Annual Stethoscope Ceremony for Seton Hill’s Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing, which celebrated the members of the Class of 2024 as they embarked on the clinical portion of their education. “This semester you are moving your education from the classroom into the nursing lab and soon you will move into the clinical setting for your first interactions with patients,” said Diane Kondas, Director of the Daniel J. Wukich School of Nursing.

Dr. Helen Burns, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer at Excela Health, speaks to nursing students after the ceremony.

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Senior Science Majors Take Lessons to Local Classrooms Future Scholars Program Encourages STEM Learning

Seton Hill students Caitlin Wolfe and Laura Levic pose with second grade students at Penn Hills Charter School who they worked with during the Future Scholars Program developed by Assistant Professor of Chemistry Amalene Cooper-Morgan, Ph.D.

Caitlin Wolfe grew up in a small, rural area of Virginia and did not have access to simple scientific instruments in her high school – like Bunsen burners. “Science was not something that’s very attainable in my hometown,” said Wolfe, who is majoring in Forensic Science and Criminal Justice at Seton Hill. “But somebody inspired me, and so that’s why I’m a science student.” Wolfe hopes that the work she and three of her Seton Hill peers did in classrooms in Jeannette and Penn Hills during the Fall 2021 semester may inspire those students to consider careers in science. Through the Future Scholars Program, developed by Assistant Professor of Chemistry Amalene Cooper-Morgan, Ph.D., four Seton Hill seniors taught science courses at Penn Hills Charter School and Jeannette City School District. The students – Wolfe; Laura Levic, a Forensic Science major from Irwin, Pa.; Adam Bobak, a Biology major in the 4+4 Osteopathic Medicine program from Ashville, Pa.; and Chloe Rough, a Biology major in the 4+4 Osteopathic Medicine program from Meyersdale, Pa. – worked in pairs and developed science lessons and lab experiments for the K-12 students. The program helps Seton Hill students develop skills they will need – even if they are not going into teaching – and provides the

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students in Jeannette and Penn Hills an opportunity to engage in science with people closer to their own age. “I wanted to give the Seton Hill students about to graduate another experiential learning opportunity so they can understand the different steps of the learning process,” said Cooper-Morgan. “Teaching teaches you to engage. It teaches you to engage your audience and to know a room. These are skills that all people need.” “Science is scary to a lot of people,” she added. “If they’re learning from someone younger, they’re more likely to be more comfortable and be more engaged.” Cooper-Morgan selected the schools in Penn Hills and


Left: Laura Levic works with Jeannette High School students on an experiment. Right: Chloe Rough and Adam Bobak teach a lesson at Jeannette High School.

Jeannette for the program because both include populations underrepresented in the sciences and in higher education. “I wanted them to see a path to Seton Hill to major in a STEMrelated field is possible,” she said. Rough and Bobak prepared lessons for sixth grade students at Penn Hills and high school students at Jeannette. One lesson focused on bioaccumulation and the food chain – how contaminants can cause harm to humans. The other focused on genetics and specifically a metabolic disease. The students assembled molecules to see the difference between a normally functioning enzyme and a bad copy. Wolfe and Levic worked with a second-grade class at Penn Hills and high school students at Jeannette. For the elementary students, they helped the students learn about the phases of matter by developing fingerprints. At Jeannette, they worked with biology students on protein synthesis testing – helping them to hone their laboratory skills. “This was definitely a once-in-a-lifetime experience,” Rough said. “I was apprehensive coming into this. Sometimes I lack confidence, but I ended up really liking it. It helped me to think on my feet a lot more, especially when the children are asking off the wall questions.” Added Bobak, “It gave me perspective and respect for the teachers I’ve had. I gained an appreciation of what it means to manage a classroom and keep people’s attention. I want to go into pediatrics eventually so this was great to work with children and find out the best ways to teach them and communicate with them effectively.” “I’m very appreciative of this opportunity and being asked to pioneer and pilot this new program to help these young students know that science is achievable for them,” Levic said. “I loved seeing their faces light up. They were intrigued and always

wanted to learn more.” Cooper-Morgan anticipates the program will continue every semester with a new group of senior science majors. “By the second visit, each school wanted them to come back,” she said.

Chloe Rough and Adam Bobak work with Jeannette students on an experiment.

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Seton Hill University students selected for United Nations Supported Millennium Fellowship Students are working on advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals A group of Seton Hill University students from a variety of majors was selected for the Millennium Fellowship, a semester-long leadership development program sponsored by the United Nations Academic Impact and Millennium Campus Network, that

convenes, challenges and celebrates student leadership for UN goals. More than 25,000 students applied from 2,000 campuses worldwide with only 2,000 students selected on 136 campuses in 30 nations for the Millennium Fellowship Class of 2021.

As Millennium Fellows, the Seton Hill students have engaged in leadership training and will put into motion a community project that tackles the United Nations Sustainable Goal for Sustainable Cities. “The entire Seton Hill community

Seton Hill’s Millennium Fellows include (front row left to right) Meghan Cutshall, Rachael Kopec, Emma Zuder, Gabby Bubin, Ariana Scott, Kayla Vaccaro, and Abby Zuder; and (back row left to right) Pietro Porco, Tawni Wilkinson, Allyson Johnson, Adam Bobak and Brianna Franzino.

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congratulates our student leaders selected to the Millennium Fellowship Class of 2021,” said President Mary Finger. “These students are working toward advancing the UN Sustainable Development Goals, an effort that aligns with our mission as a Catholic, Setonian institution. Seton Hill is committed to educating students to think and act critically, creatively and ethically as members of society committed to transforming the world. The Fellowship provides Seton Hill students with an outlet to apply what they are learning in the classroom to critical real-world situations.” “The Millennium Campus Fellowship program offers students an unparalleled chance to engage their leadership skills to identify challenges in our changing world,” said Roni Kay O’Dell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Political Science and the faculty advisor to the Millennium Fellows at Seton Hill. “The program provides training and insight for students on implementing a community project to advance one of the sustainable development goals that the United Nations is working to achieve. Our Seton Hill University students are implementing a project to raise awareness on making cities and human settlements sustainable and safe, particularly in the areas of water, air, and infrastructure. Through research, presentations, and community service they are engaging their peers and members of the community to care for and cherish the world we live in. I’m excited to support these students as they implement this project and become leaders at Seton Hill and in our larger community.” The 12 students from Seton Hill selected for the Millennium Fellowship

include Ariana Scott, a senior Political Science and Sociology student from Leechburg, Pa.; Gabby Bubin, a junior Global Studies student from Prince Frederick, Md.; Brianna Franzino, a senior Global Studies student from Greensburg, Pa.; Adam Bobak, a senior Biology/ Osteopathic Medicine 4+4 student from Ashville, Pa.; Kayla Vaccaro, a senior Biology/Osteopathic Medicine 4+4 student from Manahawkin, N.J.; Abby Zuder, a sophomore Biochemistry student from Pittsburgh, Pa.; Emma Zuder, a sophomore

English student from Pittsburgh, Pa.; Tawni Wilkinson, a sophomore Biochemistry student from Oakdale, Pa.; Rachael Kopec, a junior Biochemistry student from Coraopolis, Pa.; Allyson Johnson, a junior Physician Assistant student from Canal Fulton, Ohio; Pietro Porco, a sophomore Political Science student from Tarentum, Pa.; and Meghan Cutshall, a sophomore Political Science/Pre-Law 3+3 student from Hollidaysburg, Pa. Scott and Bubin are the student leaders who facilitated the application to the Millennium Fellowship for the group. Their project – SHUstainable Human Settlements and Resources (SHSR) – brings together Seton Hill students from various disciplines dedicated to researching, educating, and impacting the local community around UN Sustainable

Development Goal (SDG) No. 11 Sustainable Cities. The three-part project is focused on research, outreach, and cleanup. During the research phase, the students have focused on the ways cities are impacted by water, air, infrastructure, and other human-related environmental issues as well as the political and socioeconomic effects of the issue. The team has conducted outreach to local high school students as well as Seton Hill students about their research and the importance of sustainable cities. In addition, they plan to travel to Harrisburg to lobby state officials on the issue in the spring. Finally, the group is planning to host a community cleanup event to take tangible action on the issue of sustainability. During the fellowship, they have also been attending virtual events with Millennium Fellows from around the globe to learn more about what others are doing and to hear from a variety of speakers on social impact work and how they can be better leaders in their communities. “As a senior, I am excited to be working on a project that takes all of the knowledge I’ve learned during my time at Seton Hill and apply it to a real-world project that can make an impact,” said Scott. Bubin added, “I’m excited about working with other fellows in different countries, but also making an impact locally and continuing these efforts long after the fellowship is over.”

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Bishop Larry Kulick, J.C.L., Sisters Jane Ann Cherubin, Mary Jo Mutschler, Mary Norbert Long, Carole Marie Blazina, Donna Marie Leiden, Kwangshim Oh, and Seton Hill President Mary Finger at the Historic Marker dedicated to the Sisters of Charity.

A History of Service

Historic Marker Honoring Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Unveiled The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill’s 150-year history of service was recognized in August with the unveiling of a Pennsylvania State Historic Marker located at the bottom of Seton Hill Drive, which honors the Sisters and their continuing legacy. It is one of nearly 2,500 historical markers across the state awarded by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PHMC), the Commonwealth’s official history agency. At the dedication and unveiling on August 28, speakers included PHMC representative Justin McKeel; U.S. Provincial Superior of the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Sister Mary Norbert Long; General Superior Sister Jane Ann

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Cherubin; Seton Hill University President Mary Finger, and Casey Bowser, archivist for the congregation. “These markers chronicle the people, places, events, and innovations that have made this Commonwealth remarkable,” McKeel told those gathered for the ceremony. “Each historical marker establishes an important link to the past. It is hoped that this marker will not be the end of the story but will, instead, provide encouragement for future study and discussion.” Sister Jane Ann Cherubin read the message on the blue and gold marker: “Founded in Altoona in 1870 by Mother Aloysia Lowe, the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill made Greensburg their

permanent home in 1882. The community initiated groundbreaking educational, healthcare, and social service programs by serving an extensive network of schools and hospitals in 12 states and created an international congregation when they expanded to South Korea in 1960. The Sisters founded Seton Hill College, now University, in 1918.” Sister Jane Ann noted the marker was dedicated “as we, the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill, in the spirit of Elizabeth Ann Seton and Vincent de Paul, celebrate our 150th anniversary of our founding and our 60th anniversary in Korea.” Sister Mary Norbert Long explained the significance of its placement at the


corner of Seton Hill Drive and College Avenue (Route 130), near the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks. “It was 151 years ago, on Aug. 20, 1870, that Mother Aloysia Lowe and five companions traveled on the railroad from Cincinnati to Altoona to begin the work of the Sisters of Charity in western Pennsylvania,” she said. By 1879, Mother Aloysia began looking for a new location for the expanding congregation. She often traveled on the train from Altoona to Pittsburgh and, passing through Greensburg, saw the Stokes Mansion on the hill. She envisioned it as the Mother House, and the property was purchased in 1882. Mother Aloysia named it Seton Hill.

President Finger noted that the day also marked the 247th anniversary of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton’s birth, “acknowledging the legacy of the Sisters of Charity in building the University and their continued impact today.” “They were courageous and entrepreneurial women who succeeded despite the obstacles put in their path, starting with Mother Aloysia Lowe – who refused to accept subpar materials from contractors building the Mother House – and continuing to the first Dean of Seton Hill College Sister Francesca Brownlee – who overcame initial rejection from the Commonwealth to successfully obtain a charter for a four-year college for women,” President Finger said. “Despite the obstacles they faced, they were always moving forward to educate students to think and act critically and ethically and to go out and make a difference in the world.” Bowser shared the story of the congregation’s remarkable achievements, which extend across the nation and to the international community.

“Women religious in America are rarely given credit for the vital role they have played in founding and sustaining major institutions. These were women who built schools, hospitals, parishes, and nonprofits from the ground up. These were women pursuing educational opportunities and equal rights before the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment,” she said. “They have had an incredible influence in our nation’s history.” In his invocation before the unveiling, the Most. Rev. Larry Kulick, Bishop of the Diocese of Greensburg, said the marker serves as another reminder to the greater world of the importance, the example and the contributions of the Sisters of Charity. “We also pray for the continuation of that vision as we move forward, that given the legacy of the past, we may be encouraged, inspired, and indeed motivated, to move with even greater fidelity into the future, into a world that at every time and every age is in need of that grace and of the work of our community,” he said.

Sister Mary Norbert Long, Provincial Superior, removes the covering from the Historic Marker.

The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Historic Marker is located at the entrance to Seton Hill University.

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Stephen P. Harvey ’14 is producing an album and brought his original music to the Performing Arts Center in August.

Stephen P. Harvey ’14 Returns Home to the Hill for a “Smash!” Concert Event When Stephen P. Harvey ’14 returned to Seton Hill’s Performing Arts Center in August to conduct his orchestra performing his musical compositions, he realized how far he has come in the past decade. “It was super-weird and super-great at the same time – not in a negative context,” he said, noting he had been on campus once since graduating – his 2017 wedding. “It felt almost full circle,” he said. “When I was a student, the Westmoreland Jazz Society would have people on stage. It was interesting to be on the other side; now we’re all talking on an equal level. It was amazing to see the professors I looked up to, and they had such kind words for the musicians I perform with.” A musician, composer, vocalist and educator, Harvey teaches saxophone and clarinet at North Salisbury Elementary School in Maryland, plays piano and sings for a choir; and teaches three college courses as an adjunct: woodwinds at Salisbury College and online classes in African contributions to music and hip hop for Youngstown State University.

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“My hope is that eventually I can teach those courses at the post-secondary level, giving me more time to compose and perform,” he said. “I love my students, but my goals have always been to become a post-secondary professor, balancing that with my composing – the professional side.” Add to that producing and performing, and Harvey must carve out time to compose – two evenings a week and weekends. “When I get to the season of basically working four jobs, my time has to be really protected,” he said. Harvey is producing “Smash!” his first professional album, which pays homage to the superhero mythos that was – and is – a big part of his life. “It’s like our modern-day Greek mythology,” he said. “Every track was inspired by a concept or character/ archetype from comic books. I’ve always found it amazing that these writers and artists – and now actors – can give us such dynamic and diverse characters, each with their own set of problems, goals, and traits that lie outside of their power set.” From concept to reality, the album was “a very long process.”


Harvey conducts The Stephen P. Harvey Orchestra.

Harvey spent two years composing the music for a 17-piece ensemble. After a minitour in February 2020, he gauged enough support for recording. “Most times, people have to put out their own music at first and for some time after,” Harvey said. “You have to pay for recording engineers, studio time, professional musicians.” The orchestra he assembled toured in August in preparation to record, performing at Seton Hill; in Rochester, Pa., Harvey’s hometown; and Youngstown, Ohio. “I’m very excited about a May release,” he said. “My goal is to put this out by the time I’m 30 – May 24, 2022.” Harvey recently was selected to the Jazz Education Network’s 2022 Young Composer Showcase, which gives upcoming artists international exposure. “Projectile Dysfunction,” the large-ensemble piece selected from his upcoming, superhero-inspired album, “Smash!” will be performed by professional musicians at the JEN annual conference in Dallas. “I was very excited. I’ve never gotten to attend before, and to be selected is even better,” said Harvey. Harvey recalled that Seton Hill was the only college he wanted to attend. “After I saw the campus and the community, I thought, ‛If I get in here, I’m going!’ Being 17 and finding a college I really liked and coming back 12 years later as a professional musician to play this music I write was amazing.” After graduating, Harvey earned a master’s in Music and Jazz Studies at Youngstown State. In 2016 he released his first album, “Suite Childhood,” written as part of his master’s thesis and recorded by musician friends. “Your best work is always the next to come,” Harvey said. “With music, there’s always this evolution, a process of growth.”

Harvey visited with Visual and Performing Arts faculty and staff members, including Michele Walters and Dr. Kathy Campbell, during his performance.

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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI

Distinguished Alumni On October 16, 2021, Seton Hill honored 20 alumni with the University’s Distinguished Alumni Leadership Award for demonstrating outstanding achievement and leadership in one (or more) of the following areas: education, business professions, science and technology, arts, voluntary services, military services and philanthropy. These alumni represent the Distinguished Alumni Classes of 2020 and 2021.

2020 DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI LEADERSHIP AWARD RECIPIENTS Angelica Docog ’83 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

Angelica Docog became the first female and Latina-Asian to assume the role of Executive Director of the University of Texas at San Antonio Institute of Texan Cultures – one of the top cultural arts destinations in San Antonio, Texas. Prior to joining the Institute, Angelica worked for 15 years in the curatorial, research and interpretation aspects of museum operations as a scholar, educator and administrator. Her research interests include cultural identity; cultural representation; cultural sustainability and cultural preservation of culturally diverse communities in museums. Her Seton Hill degree in history and minor in political science set “ …a foundation of excellence in spiritual and academic growth…” that followed her through earning her M.A. from the Cooperstown Graduate Program in History Museum Studies in Cooperstown, New York, where she was the recipient of the New York State Minority Fellowship. She is currently pursuing a doctorate at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Angelica holds numerous professional memberships and gives back to her community through service on multiple chambers of commerce, two cultural heritage organizations and a refugee advisory board. In 2019, The San Antonio Women’s Hall of Fame selected Angelica to join its class of inductees.

+ Bernadette R. Fondy, Ph.D. ’69 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

The late Bernadette Fondy enjoyed a 40-year career at Seton Hill, her undergraduate alma mater, where she received her bachelor’s degree in biology in 1969. Upon earning both her master’s degree in biology and Ph.D. in plant physiology from the University of Dayton, Bernadette taught biology and involved several students in her research. She received four research grants from the National Science Foundation; presented research papers at the national meetings of the American Society of Plant Physiologists for 14 consecutive years; actively participated at the National Institutes of Health Extramural Associate Program that focused on increasing the participation of undergraduate women in scientific research; and conducted plant research as a Fellow for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development at the University of Bayreuth, Germany. Dr. Fondy served as Academic Dean at Seton Hill and was promoted to Vice President for Academic Affairs. During her time in this role, she guided the development of the Seton Hill Physician Assistant Program and the master’s degree programs in Elementary Education and Art Therapy. After leaving this position, she served as director of the Physician Assistant Program and led its transition to a master’s degree program. Prior to her retirement, Bernadette initiated the Exercise Science major, served as Dean of the School of Natural and Health Sciences, and as the inaugural director of the Office of Academic Innovation and Planning at Seton Hill. In this role she worked with faculty to develop several new academic programs, including cybersecurity, data analytics and nursing. She established the Bernadette R. Fondy Endowed Scholarship to support academically-talented Seton Hill students with financial need who plan to study one of the natural sciences.

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Leadership Awards Lynn M. Grattan ’75 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

Lynn Grattan graduated from Seton Hill in 1975 with a major in psychology and minor in sociology. She holds an M.S. in Clinical/Community Psychology from American International University and was awarded her Ph.D. in Psychology with distinction from the University of Connecticut. She completed her neuropsychology training during her internship and three year post-doctoral fellowship at Brown University. Lynn is a licensed psychologist in the state of Maryland, has been on the faculty of the University of Maryland School of Medicine for 30 years, and currently serves as Professor in the Department of Neurology, with secondary appointments in the Departments of Psychiatry, Epidemiology and Public Health. She also serves as Division Head for Neuropsychology and is the Director of the Neuropsychological Diagnostic and Research Laboratory within the medical school. Lynn has been leading National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded research studies of the neuropsychological and behavioral impacts of a wide variety of neurological, neurosurgical and neurotoxic insults on the human brain as well as the effects of disasters like the Deepwater Horizon Gulf of Mexico oil spill, hurricanes and COVID-19 for more than 30 years. She has published more than 100 peer-reviewed journal articles, abstracts, book chapters and reviews. She regularly gives invited lectures in her field at other universities, symposia and professional meetings across the United States and abroad. She is honored to serve on several National Steering Committees and as a reviewer or editorial board member for professional journals and NIH grant submissions.

Tanya Moximchalk ’95 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

Tanya Moximchalk graduated from Seton Hill in 1995 with a bachelor’s degree in a self-designed major in corporate leadership; she earned her MBA from the University of Pittsburgh in 2005. She has spent the majority of her career in banking, holding many roles including in human resources and product management, and currently serves as Vice President, Business Experience Planning and Administration Manager for Enterprise Innovation at PNC Financial Services. Tanya remembers the lessons she learned at Seton Hill as she gives back to others. She actively mentors early talent through formal and informal partnerships and has served on boards for the Salvation Army of Southwestern PA, WQED and the YWCA Center for Race and Gender Equity. She supports Seton Hill by facilitating partnerships for student internships, providing advice and guidance as a Career Connections Program volunteer, serving as a reunion chair and as a past member of the Alumni Advisory Council, and through the creation of the Sr. Colette Toler, SC ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship, all of which demonstrate her value of “… keeping in mind the outside world and those in our community that may need support…”

Susan M. Printy, Ph.D. ’70 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

Following her 1970 graduation from Seton Hill with a degree in English, Susan Printy completed her training to become a high school teacher while bringing up three children. Susan taught American literature and English literature for 18 years at a rural public high school in Bellevue, Ohio where she was also the yearbook advisor and assistant drama director. She later earned a Master of Education in Educational Administration from Bowling Green State University, and, at the age of 48 when her youngest child went off to college, Susan entered a full-time doctoral program at The Ohio State University. Susan is an associate professor emeritus of K-12 educational administration in the College of Education at Michigan State University where her research interests centered on two ideas: that schools improve when they are learning organizations and that schools enjoy a range of positive outcomes when principals share leadership with teachers. She was the key architect in the design and implementation of Michigan State’s Doctor of Educational Leadership, infusing the curriculum with the core values of social justice, engagement and collaboration and serving as the program’s first director. With two of her Michigan State colleagues, Susan engaged with administrators at ADA University in Baku, Azerbaijan to develop and implement a new MA in Educational Management.

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Marcus L. Thompson ’08 • Distinguished Alumnus Leadership Award/ Young Alumnus Achievement

Marcus Thompson is a 2008 communication graduate of Seton Hill. He has established himself as a business development and community engagement leader for Skanska Building USA, a global construction management firm based out of Stockholm, Sweden. Marcus is active in the Cincinnati, Ohio community, leading initiatives to help raise kids and families out of poverty, stop child abuse, bring individuals out of addiction and secure greenspace for families to have a safe place outdoors. Among his many accomplishments, Marcus became the youngest and first African-American to serve as President of a government-appointed Board of Parks Commissioners for Great Parks of Hamilton County in 2019. He has also been recognized as a 40 Under 40 by the Cincinnati Business Courier and, as a former student-athlete, enjoys serving as co-director of Saturday Hoops to mentor vulnerable children through faith, fun and basketball.

Matthew Zamosky ’10 • Distinguished Alumnus Leadership Award for Military Service

Prior to graduating with his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration as an adult degree student in 2010, Matt Zamosky served 20 years in the United States Air Force, retiring at the rank of Master Sergeant in 2006. Matt works tirelessly to raise awareness of the benefits and services available to the military community as the Westmoreland County Director of Veterans Affairs, a position which he has held for nearly 10 years; through his many volunteer guiding roles on nonprofit boards and professional associations that provide assistance and support for Pennsylvania veterans; and through his service in veterans organizations. Matt is president of the Pennsylvania State Association of County Directors of Veterans Affairs, serves on the Pennsylvania Veterans Foundation Board of Directors, is a Deputy Commander of the 31st District of the American Legion, serves as cochair of the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System Veterans Advisory Board, is a member of VFW Post 33 and Chapter 98 of The Retired Enlisted Association and is serving as the First Vice Commander of American Legion Post 982. He is a founding member of the Seton Hill Alumni Veterans Affinity, serves on the Seton Hill Social Work Advisory Board and was previously a member of the Alumni Advisory Council from 2014 to 2017.

Distinguished Alumni Class of 2020 members with President Mary Finger (front row) Susan M. Printy ’70, Angelica Docog ’83, Tanya Moximchalk ’95, (back row) Marcus L. Thompson ’08 and Matthew Zamosky ’10.

Editor’s Note: Four members of the Seton Hill Distinguished Alumni Class of 2020 will be honored during Alumni Weekend in June 2022. They are Sister Victoria Marie Gribschaw ’70; Marie McColley Kerstetter ’70; Giovanna Rivera Genard ’94; and Nalo Hopkinson ’02.

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2021 DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI LEADERSHIP AWARD RECIPIENTS Chad M. Amond, M.B.A ’05 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

Chad Amond’s graduation from Seton Hill’s MBA program in 2005 kickstarted his mission to better the quality of life in the community through assisting businesses and improving the cultural, social and economic education of its residents. He serves as President and CEO of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce, representing more than 1,000 members from across all industry types. A dynamic leader and speaker, he attends more than 100 Chamber events each year. He works with other key leaders throughout the county to increase business growth and job development. After earning his bachelor’s degree in Communication from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, he honed his professional skills in civic and economic development through nonprofit organizations, event management, community engagement and public speaking and is a program graduate of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Crisis Emergency & Risk Communication Training; Leadership Pittsburgh; the PA Business Council – Executive Leaders Program; the Institute for Organization Management with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at Villanova University; the Talent Pipeline Management Academy; and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Business Leads Fellowship Program. He held several senior-level positions in sports marketing and management with the Philadelphia Flyers and Philadelphia 76ers and at Pittsburgh’s Mellon Arena. He later worked as Director of Marketing and Communication at Forbes Regional Hospital, then as President of the Monroeville Chamber of Commerce. He serves on the Board of Directors at numerous professional and community organizations including Westmoreland County Community College, the Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland and the Pennsylvania Foundation for Free Enterprise Education. Chad is a recipient of the Keystone Award from the Pennsylvania Association of Chamber Professionals; Pittsburgh Magazine 40 Under 40 Award; the Frank Irey Jr. Award from the Mon Valley Progress Council; the American Legion’s Leadership Excellence Award and Pennsylvania Business Central’s Top 200 People. In 2020, Chad was diagnosed with primary progressive aphasia, a rare form of dementia that will eventually rob him of his ability to speak, write, read and understand anyone. Despite his diagnosis, Chad continues to be optimistic and remains active in the community.

Eileen Brophy ’71 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award for Military Service

Eileen Brophy was commissioned as an Army second lieutenant three years after graduating from Seton Hill with a B.A. in English in 1971 and earning her master’s degree in English from Duquesne University. She served in the Army’s Military Intelligence Branch for 22 years, specializing in progressive positions in tactical intelligence and counterintelligence. Stationed at the 1st Infantry Division in Fort Riley, Kansas, in the 1970s, she was among the first women Army officers to work at the tactical field level in military intelligence. They proved to be trailblazers for the women who would come later. During those Cold War days, she participated in many field exercises at Fort Riley and in West Germany. She and other women first assigned at tactical division and brigade levels were among the first to serve in the field. During much of the 1980s, Eileen was stationed in West Germany at the 66th Military Intelligence Brigade in Munich and United States Army Europe in Heidelberg. She supported and traveled to numerous Army units in other NATO countries, among them Belgium, the Netherlands, Greece and Turkey. During the 1990s, Eileen was stationed at the Pentagon, serving in intelligence staff positions, and retired as a lieutenant colonel in 1997. Her military awards include the Legion of Merit Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal, and National Defense Service Medal. Eileen later worked at the Pentagon for the Army and Department of Defense and was evacuated on 9/11 when terrorists crashed a plane into the building. Her roles as a senior analyst, senior national security advisor and program manager with industry contributed to 41 years of service to the Department of Defense.

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Christian A. Carter, ’16 • Distinguished Alumnus Leadership Award/ Young Alumnus Achievement

A 2016 Sports Management graduate, Christian Carter captained the football team during his four years on campus and served as a Student Ambassador, Resident Assistant and President of the Student Athletic Advisory Committee. Growing up in Washington, D.C., he developed a passion for sports, business and service and started his first business as a teenager. He earned an MBA in 2018 in marketing and entrepreneurship from William & Mary College while working with professional contract advisors and athlete representation firms. As a certified contract advisor for the NFL Players Association, he serves as a consultant to a diverse client list of professional athletes, professional and collegiate coaches, influencers, brands and media platforms. Christian was the youngest agent in NFL history to represent both a player and an assistant head coach. He uses his sports and marketing expertise to negotiate deals, prospect new opportunities and strategize for growth. He also is a senior consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton, which helps companies with analytics, digital solutions, engineering and cybersecurity, serving a range of industries. Christian credits Seton Hill with transforming his life through “the relationships that developed, the ideas that came to life, and the growth.” He carries on the University’s mission of service on the board of directors for ShineHard LLC, an incubator for African American entrepreneurs, and the Pivot Group, a non-profit organization that helps former student-athletes transition into other careers. From 2011 to 2017, he participated in Operation Understanding, a community leader development organization that works to eradicate racism, antisemitism and discrimination.

Linda C. Earnest ’78 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award for Service

Linda Earnest combined the teaching skills she learned as a Music Education graduate with creativity and determination to become a chef with a successful catering business and to help others through community service efforts. She describes Seton Hill graduates as “strong, determined, accomplished individuals that are able to adapt and thrive in challenging environments.” Linda herself “creatively and confidently” embraced the challenges she encountered in the traditionally male-dominated restaurant industry, incorporating teaching techniques with culinary knowledge to develop her coworkers and staff. For two decades, she worked as a line cook, corporate trainer, chef and culinary manager/chef for the Rusty Scupper restaurant chain, owned by Stouffer Foods. She refined her culinary skills as a sous chef in Leesburg, Va., then became chef at Linden Hall, a resort and conference center. Two years later, Linda opened The Earnest Gourmet, a café and catering business. Given her business model, she was able to employ women who needed maximum flexibility in working hours. Through 22 years in business, she developed close ties with the community and cultural organizations whose celebrations and fundraising events she catered, supporting their causes with donations and service. After her father died, Linda decided to close the business to assist her mother and devote more time to community service, including The United Way’s Open Your Heart to a Senior program and two food banks. She serves as a deacon at Westminster Presbyterian Church and is a member of the choir and Stewardship Committee. Linda has also been devoted to Seton Hill through its Alumni Advisory Council, where she served as president, and worked closely with the Alumni Relations Office on a number of programs and initiatives to engage alumni in the life of the university.

Colleen Danielle Ereditario ’11 • Distinguished Alumnus Leadership Award/ Young Alumnus Achievement

Colleen Ereditario is a 2011 Nutrition and Dietetics graduate of Seton Hill who played women’s soccer. As a senior project manager for Allegheny Health Network, Center For Inclusion Health’s Healthy Food Centers, she oversees five centers throughout the network hospitals. She started as the original manager of the first Healthy Food Center, which provides free nutritious food sources to people who are food insecure. The healthy foods and nutrition education are meant to help clients manage health problems, learn how to shop on a budget, and cook healthy. Colleen considers this work her greatest career accomplishment thus far, citing Matthew 25:35: “For I was hungry and you gave me food; I was thirsty and you gave me drink…” In addition, she has set up partnerships with Travelers Aid to provide transportation assistance to and from the Healthy Food Center and with The Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, 412 Food Rescue, and local farmers markets where clients can obtain fresh produce. Colleen has led the expansion from the original site at West Penn to Allegheny General, Jefferson, Saint Vincent and Forbes hospitals, and is striving to open a Center in every AHNaffiliated hospital. For this work, she has been featured on Our Region’s Business, KDKA, WTAE and in the Tribune Review. She earned a master’s degree in Public Health in 2018 from Liberty University and previously was a dietitian at Excela Health in Greensburg. Colleen credits Seton Hill for providing a rigorous, high-demand curriculum that gave her the strong foundation she needs to perform at a high level in her profession, as well as her mentor, soccer coach John Fogle, who helped her to form “down-to-earth, healthy relationships” in her career and in life.

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Darleen M. Farley ’70 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award for Service

Originally from North Canton, Ohio, Darleen Farley is a 1970 English graduate of Seton Hill who played on the women’s basketball and volleyball teams and served as chief justice of the College Government Association. She earned two master’s degrees: in teaching from Colgate University and in religious studies with a concentration in ethics from John Carroll University. In 2009 Darleen retired from her career as an educator, which included teaching high school English, religious studies, catechist training, and moral theology for the Diocese of Syracuse, and mediation for the Cornell University/New York School for Industrial and Labor Relations. For 20 years, she taught Adult Basic Education and GED preparation with the New York State Department of Correctional Services while striving always to treat inmates “with the respect they deserve as human beings.” Darleen is a member of Farmington Friends Meeting where she previously served as acting pastor and soon will become interim pastor. Darleen was recognized by the Syracuse Chapter of the American Red Cross for over 100 apheresis platelet donations. She is also a puppy raiser for Guiding Eyes for the Blind and volunteers for Powell House Committee, the governing body of New York Yearly Meeting’s retreat and conference center, and Family Promise, an interfaith effort to provide housing and meals for homeless families. Darleen honors her primary mentors at Seton Hill: Colette Toler, SC, from whom she learned “the necessity and joy of respecting students and ’that graciousness costs nothing,’” and Dr. Mary Frederick, who “taught me that ‛nothing is so strong as true gentleness and nothing so gentle as true strength.’” Darleen served as co-chair for her 50th Class Reunion (and eight other reunions) and is a past member of the Alumni Advisory Council.

Kalesha D. Jenkins, Ph.D. ’08 • Distinguished Alumnus Leadership Award/ Young Alumnus Achievement

Kalesha Jenkins, a 2008 psychology graduate of Seton Hill, works as a counselor, researcher and professor. She earned a master’s degree in mental health counseling in 2016 and her doctorate in the counselor education and supervision program in 2020 from the University of Cincinnati. Kalesha provides pro-bono mental health counseling and psychotherapy services at a community mental health agency, Health Resource Center, Inc., which serves impoverished and low-income individuals who suffer from mental illness, behavior, and substance abuse disorders. She teaches courses in multicultural counseling, lifespan development, and concepts of behavior change at the University of Cincinnati and the Christy College of Nursing and Human Services. As a self-awareness researcher, Kalesha examines multicultural concerns to bridge the gaps between counselor privilege and underserved, marginalized populations, presenting her research regionally and nationally. She is an editorial assistant for the Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, a board member of the Greater Cincinnati Counseling Association and a member of honor societies for leadership and counseling professionals. In 2019, Kalesha was selected for a fellowship by the National Board for Certified Counselors Foundation to support her education and facilitate her service to underserved minority populations. Her Seton Hill degree was a stepping stone for success “…as I grew up in poverty. I was not the woman to become a doctor or get a bachelor’s degree.”

Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

Wilda Kaylor enjoyed a more than 40-year career at Seton Hill in multiple capacities, including overseeing operation of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education for more than two decades. She graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and elementary education certification, then earned an M.Ed. in elementary education from California University of Pennsylvania. She also holds a certificate from Yad Vashem – The World Holocaust Remembrance Center in Jerusalem. Wilda managed all functions of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education, including The Catholic Institute for Holocaust Education, a summer institute in Israel; the Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference; the Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference Proceedings; outreach to the local Jewish and Christian communities, and education outreach. She oversaw the budget, fundraising, communications, and campus programs. Her work has been recognized with the Award for Outstanding Service and Support of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education and the YWCA Racial Justice Task Force Award for Work in JewishChristian Relations. Wilda started her career as a clinical reading instructor and elementary teacher before joining Seton Hill as an administrator in 1977. Among her many capacities in roles with both students and the administration, she managed the residence hall system, served as assistant dean of students, led the Honors Program, directed the startup of the National Education Center for Women in Business (E-Magnify), and advised student publications thereby earning a College Media Advisors Honor Roll Award (for newspaper advising). She has given back to the community as a volunteer with the Westmoreland County Historical Society, the Laurel Ballet Board of Directors, and the Advisory Board of the St. Vincent College Opportunity Program.

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Dr. Moshood B. Martins, M.S. ’14 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

Dr. Moshood Martins, a native of Houston, Texas, earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston, where he played three years of Division I basketball. He went on to pursue a doctorate in dental surgery at Howard University, then enrolled in Seton Hill’s Orthodontic program and earned a master’s degree in orthodontics and dentofacial orthopedics in 2014. Moshood is a partner in the North American Dental Group (NADG), the third-largest dental group in the world, which buys practices and runs the business aspect. “Dr. Mo,” as his patients affectionately call him, works at Precision Orthodontics, based in Youngstown, Ohio. He has been featured regularly on area news stations explaining orthodontics services. Most recently, he was interviewed by a Youngstown news station to talk about COVID-19 and how his office has adapted to working with extra safety, using tele-dentistry to talk patients through complex situations, such as those wearing braces. Moshood volunteered his dental services in Uganda to people who have limited access to dental care. An appreciation for mentoring youths led him to volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters. With a passion to create opportunities and access for students in higher education, he aspires to continue his work in diversity and inclusion, such as Seton Hill’s emerging orthodontics affinity group.

+ The Honorable Michael P. Reese, M.B.A ’04 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

The late Mike Reese earned a master’s degree in business administration from Seton Hill before serving six terms in office as state representative for Pennsylvania’s 59th District. After completing his bachelor’s degree in secondary education with a concentration in history at Duquesne University, he started his career as a teacher and counselor at the Pressley Ridge School, a nonprofit organization that offers innovative services to help children and families facing challenging circumstances. He also worked as an adjunct member of the business faculty at Westmoreland County Community College and in the admissions office at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg. He entered the world of politics as chief-of-staff for two Westmoreland County commissioners. Prior to running for office, he was the county’s assistant director of financial administration. Throughout his tenure in the House of Representatives, Mike’s key legislative goals were to control state spending, make government more transparent, and make the state more business-friendly. Elected by his peers to serve as House Republican Caucus Secretary in 2019, he strove to empower utility customers, improve charter and cyber-charter public school laws, and minimize the size of state government. Thanks to legislation he introduced during the 2017-18 session, state law now provides a support system for students whose parents or guardians are deployed on active military duty.

Eileen Cline Ryan ’71 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

Eileen Cline Ryan graduated from Seton Hill in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Home Economics. She was a high school home economics teacher in the Ridgway Area School District prior to starting a family. Her community involvement and volunteer work followed the activities of her children with a particular focus on the needs of her daughter, who was diagnosed as profoundly intellectually disabled. Eileen dedicated herself through service with The ARC, an organization serving people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as its treasurer; the March of Dimes as delegate to the National Convention in Washington, D.C.; the board of Oak Manor, Inc., an organization that operates group homes; Special Olympics of Elk County; and a hospital auxiliary where she makes memory bears for a hospice program. In addition, she was instrumental in the formation of the Childbirth and Parenthood Education Association of Elk County and taught natural childbirth classes for 28 years. Eileen is reminded of the many alumni who continue to promote and support the University. As a student, she learned a life lesson in keeping the needs of others in mind: “The sense of community and social responsibility of community membership were a strong lesson practiced.”

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Jill Dunmire Siddiq ’96 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award

Jill Dunmire Siddiq graduated in 1996 from Seton Hill University with a bachelor’s degree in social work. She continued her studies at the University of Akron, earning a master’s degree in social work in 2002, and is currently the Cleveland Spinal Cord Injury and Disorders Coordinator. She was named the Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Spinal Cord Injury and Disorders Coordinator in 2020, assisting with inpatient admissions at one of 25 Spinal Cord Injury Centers across the United States. Jill has an advanced certification in hospice and palliative care from both the National Association of Social Workers and Smith College and has more than a decade of experience in palliative and hospice care. She has additional experience in home based primary care, AmeriCorps, international social work, Help Me Grow, and Children’s Services. Jill was chosen as a subject expert for the National Association of Social Workers Hospice Policy Statement update panel in 2018 and currently serves on the NASW Credentialing Committee. She is a former co-chair of the Ohio Hospice Veteran Partnership and Cuyahoga County Adult Protective Collaborative. Jill has presented on a range of topics to include palliative care, elder abuse and neglect, and VA Hospice Benefits. She has also been active at the VA as a field instructor for master’s level social work students.

MiRan Cho Surh ’84 • Distinguished Alumna Leadership Award/ Award for Service

MiRan Cho Surh graduated from Seton Hill with a degree in history in 1984. She came to the United States from Kangjin, a small town in South Korea, where she attended St. Joseph Girls School, founded by the Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill. She went on to earn master’s degrees in special education from Duquesne University and in social work from the University of Pittsburgh. MiRan serves as the Director of Community Relations for Emmaus Community of Pittsburgh, a non-profit organization that serves individuals with intellectual disabilities and autism by providing them with permanent homes and non-residential services. MiRan is an active volunteer with many organizations throughout the Pittsburgh area. She leads a veterans volunteer program with students at Mt. Lebanon High School, North Allegheny High School and SoMyong Girls High School in South Korea. The group writes letters and cards to Korean War veterans in the Pittsburgh area and maintains Korean War memorials. Her team was recognized in 2020 by the Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs of the Republic of Korea for volunteerism with the Korean War Veterans of Western Pennsylvania in remembrance of the 70th anniversary of the war. Together with Navy veteran Chuck Marwood, Miran published a book titled, “Tour of Duty,” a collection of letters Chuck wrote during his service in the Korean War. In addition to serving as a featured speaker for the Seton Hill Veterans Appreciation Event in 2020, MiRan also supports the university community through The Kuem Rye Park Memorial Scholarship Fund.

Distinguished Alumni Class of 2021 members with President Mary Finger include (front row) Colleen Danielle Ereditario ’11, Wilda Kaylor ’71, Eileen Cline Ryan ’71, Darleen M. Farley ’70, (back row) Christian A. Carter ’16, Kalesha D. Jenkins ’08, MiRan Cho Surh ’84, Linda C. Earnest ’78, Chad Amond MBA ’05, Dr. Moshood B. Martins, M.S. ’14 and Jill Dunmire Siddiq ’96.

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Seton Hill University Awarded Grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities Competitive Grant will fund a NEH Summer Institute for 6-12 Educators on “Grappling with Genocide” Seton Hill University has been awarded a competitive grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities to fund a NEH Summer Institute for middle and high school educators on the topic “Grappling with Genocide: Fostering Empathy and Engagement through Text and Image.” The two-week institute will be held at Seton Hill from July 11 to 22, 2022. “Seton Hill University has a long and important history of providing K-12 educators with the tools they need to effectively teach their students about the Holocaust and other genocides, particularly through the efforts of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education (NCCHE) and the university’s certificate program in Genocide and Holocaust studies,” said President Mary Finger. “We are grateful for this competitive grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities, which affirms Seton Hill’s work on the important topic of genocide and will allow the university to reach more teachers educating high school students on these issues that confront the world.” “Genocide education has become an important addition to curriculum at the K-12 level, particularly as many states either require or strongly recommend that school districts find ways to teach students about the Holocaust,” said Debra FaszerMcMahon, Ph.D., Dean of the School of Humanities at Seton Hill and the administrative lead on the NEH Summer Institute. “The value of such initiatives is clear, especially since genocidal actions continue to occur around the world. The grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities will allow Seton Hill to engage with middle and high school educators in developing curriculum around genocide education that will provide their students with the tools to understand the conditions and consequences of genocidal policies and their ongoing impact in our world today.” The two-week institute for educators of grades 6-12

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connects best practices in genocide education with contemporary global conflicts through the power of narrative. Co-directed by Dr. Christine Cusick, Associate Professor of English at Seton Hill, and Dr. John Spurlock, Professor Emeritus of History and former coordinator of the Genocide and Holocaust Studies Certificate program at the university, the institute will feature presentations from Seton Hill faculty as well as nationally-recognized guest lecturers. Sessions will focus on 18th to 21st century conflicts, including Native American erasure, the Holocaust, the plight of the Rohingya, and the Yazidi genocide under ISIS. Each day will introduce new textual, visual, and oral narratives, with mornings dedicated to guest lectures and afternoons focused on discussions and experiential learning. Participants will visit Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh and the City of Asylum writing community and meet with local leaders to discuss opportunities for dialogue. Participants will also explore a range of pedagogical tools, including the Narrative 4 story exchange curriculum and the Question Mark/er Project. Narrative 4 is a non-partisan global network of authors, educators, and students who use the power of personal narratives to build empathy and to spark collaborative dialogue. The Question Mark/er Project is a Seton Hill studentgenerated visual art symposium focused on genocide awareness. Participants will leave the two-week Institute with a complete set of lesson plans for the teaching of genocide in their classrooms, and they will be invited to present their work at the triennial Ethel LeFrak Conference on Genocide and Holocaust Education held on the campus of Seton Hill University. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Benjamin Mayro ’17 Named One of the Top Young Cancer Researchers in the Nation

Mayro Receives a Prestigious National Cancer Institute Fellowship During his undergraduate studies at Seton Hill, Benjamin Mayro could almost always be found in a laboratory – for a class, for independent research or just to hone his skills. His proclivity for research led Mayro, a 2017 biochemistry graduate of Seton Hill, to Duke University to pursue a doctorate. Now, Mayro has been selected as one of the top predoctoral cancer researchers in the country. Mayro was selected for the prestigious National Cancer Institute Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Fellow Transition Award. The program supports outstanding Ph.D. and other Research Doctoral candidates in completing their dissertation research training and transitioning in a timely manner to mentored, cancerfocused postdoctoral career development research positions. The fellowship provides up to six years of funding – two predoctoral and four postdoctoral – including salary, tuition, research funding and benefits. “I am very excited to be selected for this fellowship,” said Mayro. “I have seen the opportunities afforded to a few of my colleagues when they received this fellowship and now find myself fortunate enough to also be given these opportunities.” The fellowship is the most competitive offered by the National Cancer Institute. Each research institution in the country is only permitted to nominate one third-or-fourth-year graduate student for the fellowship. From those internal nominees, only 24 fellows were selected nationwide this year. Mayro had to go through an internal nomination process at Duke where he submitted a proposal that was evaluated by members of the Duke Cancer Center. As Duke’s selection, he then had to apply through the National Cancer Institute and offer a plan for both his predoctoral and postdoctoral research. He is the third person from his department at Duke and the second from the lab of Dr. Ann Marie Pendergast to receive this fellowship, which will allow him to focus his research on cancer drug treatments. “I believe that a major hurdle that causes many cancer drugs to fail in clinical trials is that the pre-clinical research performed often does not adequately recapitulate the environment the cancer experiences in the patient,” Mayro said. “For example, the available nutrients that cancer cells are fed on a petri dish is different than the nutrients the cancer cells uptake in a person. The area of the tumor microenvironment that I am interested is oxygen levels. My proposal

supports the hypothesis that we would have a higher success rate of finding good drugs and a lower rate of finding drugs that fail clinical trials if we expose cancer cells to similar oxygen levels that they experience in a person.” Mayro, who expects to graduate from Duke next fall, is now identifying and interviewing potential postdoctoral mentors and determining where he will do his postdoctoral work. He is hopeful to find someone like his Duke mentor, Dr. Pendergast, or his Seton Hill mentor, Dr. Jonathan Moerdyk. “By far the most influential aspect of my education at Seton Hill is the mentorship of Dr. Jonathan Moerdyk. Despite not taking a single semester long course taught by Dr. Moerdyk, he supported my education and scientific training by providing me an opportunity to perform organic chemistry research on campus,” Mayro said. Moerdyk, Associate Professor of Chemistry at Seton Hill, said, “Benjamin is an outstanding young man with strong leadership, character and research traits. He possesses a rare combination of exceptional intellectual ability, a burning passion for research, skill and intuition that brought him to the fore in terms of research quality and ability. While those who know Benjamin do not need an award to validate his qualities, the fellowship shows that the broader scientific community also recognizes his excellence in these areas and his potential as a future leader in the field. The award is extremely selective and places Benjamin in the top handful of peers in the nation.”

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Alumnus Moshood Martins, D.D.S. Elected University Trustee Moshood Martins, D.D.S., an alumnus of Seton Hill’s Orthodontics Program, was elected to the university’s Board of Trustees in October 2021. “Dr. Martins’ dedication to service to others – through both local and international efforts – serve as examples to our current students of how to live as a Setonian,” said Seton Hill President Mary Finger. “We are grateful to have Dr. Martins provide his insight as a member of the Board of Trustees – especially with his perspective as an alumnus.” Dr. Martins, a native of Houston, Texas, earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston, where he had played Division I basketball. A shadowing opportunity with the team dentist led him into the profession. He earned his Doctorate in Dental Surgery at Howard University and then enrolled in Seton Hill’s Orthodontics program, where he earned a master’s degree in Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics in 2014. Dr. Martins is a partner in the North American Dental Group (NADG), the third-largest dental group in the world. He practices at Precision Orthodontics, based in Youngstown, Ohio, and has been featured regularly on area news stations explaining orthodontics services. His commitment to service has taken him to Uganda, where he has volunteered his dental services to people who have limited access to dental care. An appreciation for mentoring young people led him to volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters, and he has plans to start a summer mentoring program for kids who want to pursue dentistry or orthodontics.

Seton Hill Health Services Director Honored with Art Rooney Award

Top Photo: Annette Smiach with Sister Louise Grundish. Right Photo: Dan Rooney Jr. presents Smiach with her award.

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Seton Hill University Director of Health Services Annette Smiach was among the medical professionals and other frontline workers honored with the 2021 Art Rooney Award during a ceremony in September at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh. Since 1972, the Art Rooney Award Dinner has supported the work of The Catholic Youth Association, which serves children and senior adults through a variety of services from mealson-wheels to daycare. The Art Rooney Award Dinner has traditionally honored prominent Pittsburghers for their work in the community. For the 2021 event, organizers decided to honor members of the medical community and other frontline workers - including police officers, firefighters and grocery employees - who served tirelessly throughout the pandemic. Sister Louise Grundish, a retired nurse and a longtime member of the Art Rooney Award Dinner Board, nominated Smiach for her dedication to the health and safety of the Seton Hill community during the pandemic particularly her leadership around testing, contact tracing and isolation and quarantine of members of the university community who had become ill. Smiach dedicated the honor to her Health Services team - including nurses Jackie Greathouse and Eric Schmadel - and all of the Seton Hill staff who have volunteered to assist with contact tracing and testing during these challenging days.


Alumni, Homecoming and Family Weekend Brings Generations of Setonians Together Seton Hill University celebrated Alumni, Homecoming and Family Weekend in October with events that combined traditional Alumni Weekend activities with those normally held during Homecoming and Family Weekend as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic canceling Alumni Weekend events in 2020 and 2021. The University honored the 50th Reunion Classes of 1970 and 1971 during a special brunch at Regina House; held traditional class meetings with virtual components; celebrated Distinguished Alumni from the past two years; held a special tailgate before the Homecoming Game; and offered a special party at the Arts Center.

Photos from left to right: Sister Maureen O’Brien with Distinguished Alumna MiRan Cho Surh. Jaclyn Murton Walters and Darleen Farley of the Class of 1970 and Stephanie Powers of the Class of 1971 present President Mary Finger with their class gifts at the 50th Reunion Brunch.

Photos from left to right: Judy Komoroski, Mary Kay Deane Anderson and Colleen “Kelly” McLaughlin Hammon of the Class of 1971 celebrate at the 50th Brunch. Students enjoy a tailgate before the Homecoming Game. Carla Harrison Duls and members of the Class of 1970 sing their class songs during the 50th Reunion Brunch.

Seton Hill Honors December Graduates with First Hitimu Ceremony Seton Hill held its first-ever Hitimu Ceremony honoring the university's December graduates of color. Hitimu is a Swahili word meaning graduate, and the students were presented with Kente cloth graduation stoles to honor their heritage and their accomplishments. The December graduates honored during the ceremony include (front row, left to right) Ranier Jones, Tsamara Roberts, Daleitha Johnson, Darnell Carey-Thompson and (back row, left to right) Nelson Gedeon, Warren Bartlett, Christopher Johnson, Philip Jackson III, Taivon Fischer-Boynes. FORWARD MAGAZINE

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Seton Hill University Named a Best Regional University by U.S. News and World Report Seton Hill Also Honored as a Best Value School by the publication Seton Hill University was once again named among the Best Regional Universities in the North in the 2022 edition of America’s Best Colleges by U.S. News & World Report. The university was also lauded as a Best Value School. Seton Hill is ranked No. 34 among Regional Universities in the North. In addition, Seton Hill is ranked No. 17 among Regional Universities in the North in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of Best Value Schools. The university moved up and achieved higher rankings in both categories for 2022. “Seton Hill University has been consistently recognized among the best regional universities in the north by U.S. News and World Report thanks to the commitment of the university’s faculty and staff, who have continued to provide our students with a high-quality education despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Seton Hill President Mary Finger. “Through innovative new academic programs coupled with a strong liberal arts curriculum, Seton Hill is preparing students for success in the workforce and graduate school and providing them with the tools necessary to make a difference in their communities.” President Finger added, “Seton Hill has a longstanding commitment to affordability for students and their families, which has been once

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again recognized by U.S. News and World Report. Seton Hill continues to work to ensure that academically talented students are able to attain a degree without regard to their financial situation.” The annual rankings, in which U.S. News categorizes schools based on the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, provide an unmatched resource for parents and students contemplating one of life’s most challenging decisions. The annual U.S. News & World Report rankings represent the most comprehensive look at how schools stack up based on a set of 17 indicators of excellence, and help consumers evaluate and compare data compiled from nearly 1,500 accredited four-year schools.


Seton Hill Named to The Princeton Review’s “Best in the Northeast” List Seton Hill University is one of the 223 best colleges in the Northeast according to The Princeton Review. The education services company lists Seton Hill in the Best in the Northeast section of its “2022 Best Colleges: Region by Region” website feature. The website feature recognizes a total of 655 colleges that The Princeton Review recommends over five regions: the Northeast, Southeast, Midwest, West, and International. The colleges that made the “Best in the Northeast” list are located in eleven Northeastern states. The schools in each region are listed in alphabetical order by school name, and not ranked. “All of us at Seton Hill University are pleased to once again be named by The Princeton Review as one of the Best Colleges in the Northeast,” said President Mary Finger. “The recognition by The Princeton Review is a testament to the dedicated Seton Hill faculty and staff who work diligently to provide outstanding educational opportunities to our students both in the classroom and out. Seton Hill’s professional programs of study – coupled with a strong Liberal Arts curriculum – provide students with the skills they need to successfully enter graduate school or the workforce and prepare them for the evolving global economy.” “We chose Seton Hill University and the other outstanding institutions on this list primarily for their academics,” said Robert Franek, The Princeton Review’s Editor-in-Chief. He noted that the company considered data from its survey of administrators at several hundred colleges in each region, information from staff visits to schools over the years, and the opinions of college counselors and advisors whose perspectives the company solicits. “We also consider what students enrolled at the schools reported to us on our student

survey about their campus experiences,” Franek added. The Princeton Review survey asks students to rate their colleges on dozens of issues and to answer questions about themselves, their fellow students, and their campus life. Comments from surveyed students are quoted in the school profiles on The Princeton Review website. The Princeton Review school profiles include ratings in six categories from “Academics” to “Green.” The ratings are scores from 60 to 99 that the company tallies primarily from institutional data though some ratings additionally factor in student survey data. The Princeton Review does not rank the 655 “regional best” colleges overall or by region. The 223 colleges that The Princeton Review chose for its “Best in the Northeast” 2022 list are located in eleven states: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont – and the District of Columbia. The Princeton Review also designated 158 colleges in the Midwest, 126 in the West, 143 in the Southeast and 4 in the International region as “best” in their locales on the company’s “2022 Best Colleges: Region by Region” lists. Collectively, the colleges on The Princeton Review’s “regional best” lists for 2021 constitute about 24% of the nation’s 2,700 four-year colleges. The Princeton Review is an education services company known for its tutoring, test-prep, books, and other student resources. Headquartered in New York, NY, it is not affiliated with Princeton University.

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Proud to be a Griffin

Seton Hill Students Share Name with University Mascot When Ohio native Griffin Schwan visited Seton Hill’s campus in July 2019, he wasn’t aware of the top Griffin on campus - the mascot. The Griffin mascot has been around since 2002, following Seton Hill’s achievement of university status. The campus community voted on new mascots, and the mythical Griffin, powerful and majestic, beat out the Spirit Hound and the Highlander, becoming the official symbol of the University.

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Schwan made the connection when he spotted the mascot image on a wall on campus. “And when I went to the admissions office, someone said, ‛Oh, your name is our school mascot!’” Eight current students share a first or last name with Griffin, the mascot. There’s always a story to share about someone noticing the connection. The coincidence pops up in conversations regularly, Schwan said. “I like it. I’ve never had my name spelled wrong, I can say that,” he said. He sometimes wears a red Seton Hill T-shirt emblazoned with “Griffins Nation,” a gift from an uncle when he enrolled. “People say, ‛Oh, it’s Griffin’s Nation – it’s your nation!’ I take it in stride,” he said. Schwan is a sophomore in the five-year Physician Assistant program. “The program’s high ranking initially brought me in. How welcoming campus was and what a real community it is, that’s what sold me on being a Griffin. I can’t imagine being anywhere else.” A Musical Theatre major with a focus on acting, Todd Griffin of Plum, Pa., recalls sitting in on theatre and acting classes during a campus tour. “A professor said, ‛What’s your name?’ Then they said, ‛That’s funny.’ I said, ‛Huh?’ “The Griffin is our mascot. Now you have to come,” the professor said. Though he’s now a senior who’s active on campus and performs in many musicals, someone mentions it occasionally. Todd Griffin said he was accepted

at other colleges but chose Seton Hill because admission is based on academics as well as auditions. “And I found that Seton Hill is the most welcoming. Our professors know our names. They’re professionals in their fields as well. Everything is individualized. They are really intent on seeing the individual’s growth,” he said. Todd Griffin’s two-song repertoire now contains more than 40 songs. “My growth wouldn’t be what it is today without Seton Hill,” he said. Off campus, Todd Griffin has a DJ business and works with a talent and modeling agency. “I also live with sickle cell (anemia) and work with the Sickle Cell Foundation as a peer navigator.” Emily Griffin, a first-year graduate student, hadn’t heard of Griffin, the mascot, when she enrolled in the Art Therapy and Counseling program. “Then it dawned on me. When a friend in the program and I realized it, we thought it was really funny,” she said. “When we were at registration, I remarked that even though I was born a Griffin, I don’t get free tuition. I’ll have to talk to someone about that.” Emily Griffin enjoys working for a nonprofit afterschool program where she leads group art with at-risk children from families with low income. She holds a bachelor’s degree in art therapy preparation from Carlow University and an associate degree in psychology from Community College of Allegheny County. She chose Seton Hill for the Art Therapy program and because of its close proximity to her home near Pittsburgh. The mascot was a familiar figure to sophomore Makenzie Griffin, who grew up in Greensburg and played softball. She


went to Griffins games and attended campus sports camps. “I always dreamed of going to Seton Hill,” she said. “After I tore my rotator cuff in the ninth grade, I could not play at my full potential. I thought, ‛If I can’t get there for sports, I’ll get there for academics.’” She applied after a campus visit, when she marveled at the health sciences facilities. When Makenzie Griffin was a freshman, a fellow student occasionally remarked on her last name. “I would tell them they reduced my tuition for that,” she said. “They would say, ‛You’re kidding!’ It was a nice little icebreaker.” Griffin is deciding on an academic track in chiropractic or physical therapy. “It’s been amazing,” she said. “This is like my second home. It’s like there’s a big dome over the school, it’s so welcoming.” Sophomore Channing Griffin isn’t just a Griffin by name, he’s also a Griffin Guide, a student volunteer who leads campus tours. “Everyone’s like, is your last name really Griffin? On one tour, I gave the visitors my business card,” he recalled. “They asked, do you get money for going here? They thought all the tour guides put the last name Griffin on their cards to be funny or something. I said, no, my last name really is Griffin.” A Musical Theatre major with a concentration in Acting, Channing Griffin checked out Seton Hill’s website because his former music teacher is an alumnus. A student of Greek mythology, Griffin not only noticed the mascot, he knew its origin. “I thought that was really cool,” he said. “A friend who graduated in Musical Theatre said everyone on campus is very nice and so welcoming. I auditioned, talked to some of the faculty, and found they were. Once I came to Seton Hill, I fell in love, and it became my second home.” Channing Griffin, of Homestead, Pa., plans to move to Los Angeles or New York after graduating to pursue an acting career. He feels he has an edge on Griffin, the mascot: His distinctive first name. “Usually, I’m the only one with the name Channing.”

Photos Top to Bottom: Channing Griffin, a Musical Theatre major, poses outside of the Ryan Theatre in the Performing Arts Center. Exercise Science major Makenzie Griffin spends much of her time in the JoAnne Woodyard Boyle Health Sciences Center. Musical Theatre major Todd Griffin (foreground) rehearses a scene with Amy Hotovchin. Art Therapy graduate student Emily Griffin with one of her pieces in the Seton Hill Arts Center.

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These renderings, provided by architecture firm EwingCole, represent the planned Griffin Esports Gaming Arena, which is expected to open in late 2022.

Griffins Esports Team to Launch in Fall 2022 Seton Hill University will launch a co-ed varsity Esports team this fall that will provide incoming and current students the opportunity to participate in video gaming tournaments against college players from across the country. “Seton Hill University is pleased to announce that Esports will join the university’s highly successful athletic programs starting in the Fall of 2022,” said President Mary Finger. “We are excited to offer yet another avenue for students to showcase their talents – this time in the gaming arena – and Griffins Esports demonstrates Seton Hill’s commitment to offering dynamic and innovative programming for our students.” “The popularity of Esports on high school and college

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campuses – as well as on the professional level – cannot be understated, and all of us at Seton Hill look forward to providing students the opportunity to compete at a high level,” said Chris Snyder, Executive Director of Athletics at Seton Hill. “We anticipate that our Griffin Esports competitors will soon join our other athletic teams as national contenders on the collegiate level.” “Seton Hill’s strong academic programs in technology majors – including Computer Science and Cybersecurity – will certainly draw interest to participation in Esports, but there are students from all majors who enjoy gaming and have strong skills that will lend themselves to compete in Esports at Seton Hill," said Brad Messner, Computer Science


Instructor and Department Coordinator, who is serving as faculty coordinator for the launch of Griffins Esports. Seton Hill will build a gaming arena in the lower level of Canevin Hall for the Esports program. The 875-square-foot arena, which will feature 16 PC gaming stations and multi-level seating with multiple monitors for viewing is expected to open at the end of this year. Seton Hill expects to compete in at least five game titles at program launch, including Overwatch, League of Legends, Rocket League, Hearthstone and FIFA Soccer. Titles may change or be added based on player interest and skill levels. Scholarship opportunities will be available for incoming students based on both their gaming skills and their academic qualifications. The university anticipates an initial roster of 25 students, which will grow based on student interest. Seton Hill has joined the National Association of College Esports (NACE) in preparation for the launch of the Griffin Esports program in Fall 2022. NACE is the largest member association of college and university varsity Esports programs that promotes the education and development of students through intercollegiate Esports.

The Seton Hill Esports program has already received interest from high school players and coaches. “The Penn Trafford Warrior Esports team could not be more excited about Seton Hill’s announcement of adding an Esports team to their school! Within minutes of finding out that Seton Hill was adding an Esports team, several members of the Warrior Esports team reached out to me in excitement. They instantly asked for more information and wondered if Seton Hill could be a potential landing spot to continue their Esports career,” said John Carlisle, Esports Coach and History teacher at Penn Trafford High School.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ESPORTS VISIT: WWW.SETONHILL.EDU/ESPORTS

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Sydney Wolf Wins PSAC Cross Country Title Griffin Women Compete in Nationals Griffin senior Sydney Wolf won the PSAC Individual Cross Country title in October, the first Seton Hill runner to ever win a PSAC conference championship. Wolf finished strong over the final 300 meters of the race to overtake an Edinboro University runner to win the individual title. Her performance helped the women’s cross country team to a second place finish at the PSAC Championships, the highest team finish in university history. The 2021 PSAC Championships were held at Kutztown University on the Farm Course in Kutztown, PA. Wolf’s PSAC title is the first individual title won by a Griffin since Jeannie Bujdos won the WVIAC Individual Championship in 2012. Chelsea Poole was second overall in the 2016 race while Skye Christian finished third in the 2018 race. The women’s team was third in each of the last two PSAC Championships.

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Wolf finished the 6K course in a time of 22:23.8 to win the title. Hannah Smrcka was the top finishing freshman in the event. She was eighth overall with a time of 23:16.6. Isabelle McCabe was 12th overall with a time of 23:21.9. Darby Roth was 22nd overall. She completed the course in 23:58.2. Rounding out the top five for the

Griffins was Alexis Cunningham in 30th place. She ran a time of 24:19.1. The Griffin women continued their success with an appearance at the Atlantic Regional Championship in early November, where they finished second overall. The regional finish propelled the Griffin women to an appearance in the NCAA Division II Championships – the third in Seton Hill history. At Nationals, the Griffins placed 32nd overall.


Three Former Griffins to Play in German Football League Three former Seton Hill Griffin football players will be playing professionally overseas in the German Football League. The three former Seton Hill standouts will be members of the Cologne Crocodiles. The three include former quarterback Christian Strong, former wide receiver/running back Jarvis McClam and former defensive back Fardan Allen. The Cologne Crocodiles are based in the North Rhine-Westphalia, the western side of the German state. They are led by head coach David Odenthal, who graduated and started for four years at Toledo University from 2000-2004 and had his NFL stint with the Cardinals and Texans along with NFL Europe’s Centurions and Rhine Fire (2005-2007). The Crocs are aiming to build and improve on last year’s success and are looking for these three Seton Hill alumni to help impact this run. The German Football League is an American football league in Germany and was formed in 1979. Playing rules are based on those of the NCAA. There are 16 teams that comprise the GFL, eight teams that represent the North (Nörd) and another eight that fill up the South (Süd). Each team is allowed 4-5 North American Imports making the opportunity slim for many athletes that are unable to receive the “Big League” contracts (NFL / CFL). Strong spent last season with the Crocodiles where he helped lead the No. 2 offense in the GFL. He threw for 3,470 yards and 33 touchdowns while rushing for two more touchdowns. Christian was named a GFL All Star and was named the team’s MVP. Strong earned the GFL’s top passer award five times during the league’s 10-week season. McClam spent last season with the Langenfeld Longhorns of GFL2. He rushed for 338 yards and four touchdowns while having 797 reception yards and seven touchdowns. Jarvis also added two punt return touchdowns. Allen played last season for the Sioux City Bandits in the Champions Indoor Football League. He was named the league’s Defensive Rookie of the Year. At Seton Hill, Strong rewrote the Seton Hill passing record books. Christian owns the all-time passing yards mark (9,305). In addition, he holds SHU records for passing attempts (1,289), passing completions (741) and passing touchdowns (62). Strong also holds all of the single season marks for those statistics. McClam was a four-year starter for the Griffins and a three-year All PSAC West selection. Jarvis also was named to the Don Hansen’s All Region Team. He holds the Seton Hill single game rushing record with 291 yards against Slippery Rock in 2017. Jarvis is also second all-time in all-purpose yards and receptions. Allen was named a first team All PSAC West selection following his senior season in 2019. He led the Griffins with four interceptions in 2019 and was third with 71 total tackles. Photos from top to bottom: Jarvis McClam, Christian Strong, and Fardan Allen

Soccer player George Demetriades Earns National Honor Seton Hill senior defender George Demetriades was honored by the United Soccer Coaches as a member of their All-Region Teams. Demetriades was named to the teams as a third team selection. This is the first USC All Region honor for Demetriades. He is the first Griffin to earn all-region honors since Lloyd Davies, Henrik Berg and Alex Dysen were named to the team following the 2018 season. Demetriades led the Griffin backline that surrendered just 24 goals and posted seven shutouts. Following the season, Demetriades was also named a first team All PSAC West selection. He was joined on the PSAC West first team by senior midfielder Archie Lock. Junior forward Elias Vangen along with sophomore forwards Cai Pritchard and Fletcher Amos and senior goalkeeper Bobby White all earned All PSAC West second team honors.

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Marc Marizzaldi Named a Baseball Vs. Cancer Ambassador Seton Hill baseball head coach Marc Marizzaldi has been named one of the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation’s Baseball Vs. Cancer Ambassadors. Comprised of current and former coaches, players and members of the press, Baseball Vs. Cancer Ambassadors represent the athletic community’s shared resolve to raise awareness and funds for a world without childhood brain tumors. Seton Hill baseball and coach Marizzaldi have supported Vs. Cancer by participating in three team wide fundraisers, which have raised over $41,500 to help fund child life programs at UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh and lifesaving pediatric brain tumor research. “I feel blessed to have discovered a cause that can connect our players to children in need,” stated Marizzaldi. “Vs. Cancer has opened my eyes and my heart to a purpose beyond baseball. I’m humbled by the opportunity to help spread the mission of Vs. Cancer as an Ambassador, and I’m anxious to expand the impact that our community can make in the fight against pediatric brain cancer.” Since 2013, Vs. Cancer has empowered thousands of athletes to help kids with cancer. As a signature fundraising campaign of the PBTF, Vs. Cancer proceeds help fund groundbreaking research to cure pediatric brain tumors, the deadliest and most common cancer in kids under 15, as well as family support and child life programs in teams’ communities. Vs. Cancer Ambassadors recognize firsthand the importance of supporting the childhood cancer community and the positive impact it has on their team. They will serve as a resource for other coaches and teams by answering questions about the program, sharing their inspiring success stories and working with athletic departments to spread Vs. Cancer’s mission and get more teams involved. “The quality of coaching of our Vs. Cancer Ambassadors is outstanding, but the quality of character is even greater,” says Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation Director of Campaigns Rachel Mark. “In the battle against pediatric brain tumors, finding a cure is no small task – but with the continued efforts of this group, we’ll be able to support more children and families by increasing Vs. Cancer’s presence throughout collegiate baseball and athletics.”

The Seton Hill baseball team shaved their heads to raise money for Vs. Cancer.

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Katie Nolan Earns National Player of the Week Honors Seton Hill women's basketball player Katie Nolan was named the National Player of the Week in late January by the Division II Conference Information Directors Association (D2CIDA). Nolan continued her stellar play as the Griffins went 3-0 on the week in PSAC West action. Katie averaged 21.3 points and 12.3 rebounds per game in the week while shooting 57.1% from the floor. She opened the week with a double double performance of 20 points and 15 rebounds against Mercyhurst. Nolan scored 13 points, pulled down seven rebounds while adding three assists, two steals and two blocks in the Griffins 71-59 win over Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Katie then scored a career high 31 points, including 14 straight points to open the fourth quarter, in the Griffins 65-58 win at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown, their ninth straight win. Nolan posted her eighth double double of the season with 15 rebounds in the UPJ win. The D2CIDA is an association of the strategic communications professionals in each of the NCAA's 23 Division II Conference Offices.

Football Team Members earn National Honors for Athletics and Academics Three members of the Seton Hill Football program have received national honors for their work on the field and in the classroom. Seton Hill linebacker Jaylen McDuffie and defensive back Damonte Pratt were both recently named to the Don Hansen All American Team as honorable mention selections. Running back Logan Wiland was named to the CoSIDA Academic All American Division II Football Team as a second team selection. It was his first selection as an Academic All American. McDuffie led the Griffins with 105 total tackles. He finished the season with 50 solo tackles, 55 tackle assists and 11 tackles for loss. Pratt led the Griffins with a new school record seven interceptions this season. He finished the season with 29 solo and nine assisted tackles. His seven interceptions also led the PSAC and were tied for second most in Division II this season. The Don Hansen team carries out the legacy of long-time small college football

advocate Don Hansen, who started and published Don Hansen’s National Weekly Football Gazette for three decades, selecting NCAA Division II All-America teams for the first time in 1988. Don Hansen’s Football Gazette began selecting Division II All-Region squads in 2003. Wiland becomes the third Seton Hill football athlete to earn the Academic All American award, joining Zach Delo and Tyler Zimmer. Wiland is a graduate student who is carrying a 3.83 GPA in the MBA program. He led the PSAC with 1,236 yards rushing, averaging over 112 rushing yards per contest. He was second among league running backs with 10 touchdowns. McDuffie and Wiland also earned first team All PSAC West honors this season while Pratt was named to the D2CCA All Super Region I Team. Photo from top to bottom: Damonte Pratt, Logan Wiland and Jaylen McDuffie.

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IN MEMORIAM

Hans Fleischner Generously Supported The National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education Hans Fleischner, a devoted friend of Seton Hill University and its National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education, died peacefully on November 19, 2021 in Sanibel, Florida. Mr. Fleischner was born in Vienna, Austria on July 25, 1927 to a Jewish father and a Catholic mother. While his father converted to Catholicism, Hans’ parents recognized the threat from the Nazi regime. In 1938, the family – including his sister Eva – fled Austria and escaped to England, where Hans would attend Downside School in Stratton-on-the-Fosse. Upon completion of school, he immigrated to the United States, joining the rest of his family. He enrolled at Harvard University, graduating in 1949. Following service in the United States Army, Hans became a naturalized citizen in 1954. He earned an MBA from Columbia University and moved to Pittsburgh in 1956 to work for United States Steel. After taking an early retirement in 1983, Hans dedicated himself to serving his community. He volunteered at St. Edmund’s Academy, serving as its first Director of Development, and was an ardent supporter of arts and cultural entities in Pittsburgh. Hans and his wife, Leslie, whom he met in the Pittsburgh Ski Club, were generous supporters of Seton Hill and the NCCHE. Indeed, the Fleischners were ardent supporters of NCCHE programming in honor of Hans’ sister, the late Eva Fleischner, who was a noted Holocaust scholar and expert in Catholic-Jewish relations. Gifts from Hans and Leslie Fleischner have created or endowed The Eva Fleischner Lecture Series; The Eva Fleischner

Truth Finding Program; and The Eva Fleischner Oral History Project. “Hans Fleischner was a gregarious and generous man – who always had a great story to tell,” said Seton Hill President Mary Finger. “The impact that he and his wife, Leslie, have had on Seton Hill and the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education is tremendous. Through his own experiences – and the devotion of his sister, Eva, to Holocaust studies – Hans understood the importance of not only remembering the past but applying the lessons learned to discussions of current events and working toward a better future for all people.” “Hans Fleischner recognized that the horrors of the Holocaust must never be forgotten,” said James Paharik, Ph.D., Director of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education. “His commitment to educating others about the Holocaust – and ensuring that misinformation and disinformation be combated with the truth – are evident through the programs he established in his late sister’s name. We are forever grateful for his friendship, and we are committed to continuing the work that was so important to him.” Mr. Fleischner is survived by his wife of more than 50 years, Leslie; as well as two sons, Christopher (Dawn) and David (Julia); and four grandchildren, Kay, Andrew, Margaret, and Caroline. Hans and Leslie Fleischner speak with Sister Lois Sculco and Sister Gemma Del Duca at a 2015 dinner celebrating the founding of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education.

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Marcia Gumberg supported Seton Hill as a Trustee and Benefactor Sister Gemma Del Duca could always count on her friend, Marcia Gumberg, to offer advice or assistance whenever she asked. “She realized how important Holocaust education was – and for that reason – if someone needed a scholarship for example to do the work at Yad Vashem in Israel, we could turn to her for some support and she was very forthcoming,” said Del Duca, the co-founder of the National Catholic Center for Holocaust Education at Seton Hill. Marcia M. Gumberg, a former member of the NCCHE Advisory Board, an Emeritus Trustee, and benefactor of Seton Hill University, died Thursday, Jan. 13, 2022 at the age of 91. Sister Gemma first got to know Mrs. Gumberg when her late husband, Stanley, served on the Seton Hill Board of Trustees. Mr. Gumberg encouraged the idea for the NCCHE that Sister Gemma and Sister Mary Noel Kernan brought to then-President JoAnne Boyle. “Marcia became a very dear personal friend,” Sister Gemma said. “She encouraged me in many ways. She would personally visit with me during the time I’d be home from Israel. You could talk things over with her, and she was very Sister Gemma Del Duca with Marcia Gumberg in 2015. understanding and supportive.” A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Education, Mrs. Gumberg worked for a time as a second-grade teacher. Her lifelong passion for education influenced her work with Seton Hill as a Trustee and NCCHE Advisory Board member. Mrs. Gumberg is survived her three sons, Ira (Anita), Lawrence (Ina), and Andrew (Christy); nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Bill Vokes dedicated more than 50 years to Seton Hill Over the course of his 52-year career at Seton Hill University, Bill Vokes’ calm, steady demeanor and his willingness to always help were evident. Vokes, who retired from Seton Hill in 2020 as Director of Maintenance and Grounds, died September 30, 2021 after battling cancer. Bill began his career at Seton Hill on October 16, 1968 at the age of 17 in the custodial department and performed just about every job in the Maintenance and Grounds department during his career. Bill’s commitment to Seton Hill was recognized nationally during the University’s Centennial, when he was named the winner of the 2018 Maintenance Hero Contest. “Bill truly made Seton Hill his life’s work, and although the physical improvements to our facilities and grounds showcase Bill’s amazing abilities, it was his service to others, particularly our students, that resonated with everyone on campus,” President Mary Finger said. “Bill’s first priority was always ensuring the needs of students were met. And, Bill was always available 24/7. He had his cell phone and iPad nearby, ready to field calls and emails and be on site personally or mobilize his team wherever they were needed. Bill’s devotion to Seton Hill knew no limits.” Bill is survived by wife Judy; son Bill (Brenda) Vokes and daughter Cathy (Mark) Vokes; grandchildren Gabrielle (Brandon) Himes, Cody Vokes, and Jamie (Kevin) Smith; and greatgrandchildren Peyton and Carson Himes and Declan and Adelyn Smith. FORWARD MAGAZINE

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$1,000,000 and above

Dear Friends of Seton Hill, On behalf of our current students, faculty and staff, thank you. Your support of Seton Hill moves us forward and ensures the university’s commitment to its mission is sustained. Thank you for making a difference today and for the future. The Founders’ Society was created to celebrate and recognize donors who generously share their resources to sustain and affirm the university’s mission. These gifts provide scholarships, help attract and retain excellent faculty and enrich academic programs and enhance the student experience. The remarkable commitment of Founders’ members assists in strengthening Seton Hill for the long term. The giving society acknowledges leadership donors who give a total of $1,000 and above during a single fiscal year (July 1 through June 30), and our recent graduates who give $250 or more. Membership is renewable annually.

$500,000 - $999,999

Anonymous Allegheny Foundation Leslie Fleischner and Hans Fleischner + Jean Vislay Klein ’49 + John E. “Jack” and Brigitte McGrath Richard King Mellon Foundation Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D. Catharine Murray Ryan and John T. Ryan, III Beverly Suraci Spyropoulos ’53 +

$250,000 - $499,999

Cynthia Wills Black ’76 and Jack Black Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Bernadette Fondy ’69 + Michele Moore Ridge ’69 and The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge Alberta M. Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51

$100,000 - $249,999

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We realize that alumni and friends have many options for their philanthropy. We deeply value your decision to invest in Seton Hill and are grateful for your vote of confidence in our efforts. For more information about becoming a member of the Founders’ Society, please call 1-877-SHU-GIFT (1-877-748-4438) or 724-838-2409. We are pleased to recognize the following 2020-21 Founders’ Society members. Thank you for your efforts to advance Seton Hill. Sincerely,

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee Eden Hall Foundation Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris F. Fette Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia U.S. Department of Education, Title III Strengthening Education U.S. Department of Education Trio Student Support Services Verstandig Family Foundation Daniel J. Wukich

Addison Gibson Foundation Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue ’69 and Linden Blue Booth Ferris Foundation Campus Consortium Helene Horovitz Dal Canton ’63 + Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Vivienne C. Demm ’54 Sarah and Anthony F. Earley, Jr. Linda Fiorelli ’74 First Commonwealth Bank Barry and Patricia Ilse Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 and Gerald Lazarus McCune Foundation Katherine Mabis McKenna Foundation National Science Foundation P.J. Dick, Inc. Richard S. Quinlan Anna Marie Tempero ’65 Carmela Tempero ’88

$50,000 - $99,999

Anonymous American Orthodontics Corporation 3M Unitek Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck + Mary Susan Bradley ’69 Denise V. Ferris ’78 Mary C. Finger and David Paris


Walter M. Grushesky ’98 Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Carole and Glenn Johnson Patricia A. Landers ’55 Cynthia Magistro ’78 Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael Murray Arnold D. and Winifred W. Palmer Foundation Lorraine C. Rup ’69 Rebecca C. Snyder

$25,000 - $49,999

Anonymous Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 and Mike Bauza Sandra Burin Bobick ’69 Mary Brennan Bullingham ’53 + Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Rhodora J. Donahue Elizabeth Murphy Durishan ’71 and Mark Durishan Robert W. Errett ’03 Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Patricia Acquaviva Gabow ’65 Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 and James Huttinger Dolores P. Infanger and Frank C. Infanger + Evelyn B. Kaufman Foundation Ralph Liberatore Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 Mary Ann Mogus ’65 Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 and Wally Nunn PA Department of Education Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. and Diann Salvitti E. Ronald Salvitti, II John Salvitti Salvitti Family Foundation Schwab Charitable Fund Majorie Firsching Shipe ’47 + Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Judith M. Stanley ’58 Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley ’55 + and Raymond B. Wrabley + Daniel P. and Tammy Wukich

$10,000 - $24,999

Anonymous AstroTurf Jane Ward Austin ’69 Karen Barkac ’84 Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Saige A. Baxter ’16 Blackburn Center Michael and Deborah Bloomgren William M. Burgan Justine A. Cakanac ’77 and Thomas M. Bartolac Rosalie and Todd Carpenter

+ Deceased

Courtyard by Marriott Robert and Amy DeMichiei Margaret DiVirgillio ’80 Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Linda C. Earnest ’78 John R. Echement Enchanted Life Foundation Excela Health Federated Investors, Inc. Fidelity Brokerage Services LLC First Student, Inc. Katherine Donahue Freyvogel and Thomas Freyvogel William T. Fritz Josie Funari Jodee Harris ’92 Tim and Leslie Hazlett Julie and Dan Heckmann The Heinz Endowments Michael and Aimee Kakos Karelou Foundation S. John and Maura Kelly Becky T. Kerns ’48 Mary-Margaret Kerns Donna Campbell King ’89 Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Michel Pawlosky Maiers ’98 Mary Ann McQuade and James P. McQuade + Janet Miller Rosemary Miller Kate Moloney ’69 Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Alfred Moore Gail Clougherty Moses ’69 Alexandra Murray Leonard J. Norry Margaret Bergin O’Connor ’69 Patricia O’Donoghue M.G. O’Neil Foundation Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc. Andrew and Courtney Pflaum James H. Pirlo ’07 Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Dr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Quigley Katherine L. Riley Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr. Scott Electric Foundation, Inc. Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Katherine Schenck Smith ’72 Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 + Robert E. Smith Patricia A. Smiy Foundation Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Jeanne N. Spencer ’62 + Anne Spiesman and Keith Klein Marianne Drott Squyres ’62 Martin and Bridget Stanners John Stevens Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon

Nancy J. Stoner ’57 TP Orthodontics Trixie Puff Foundation Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 and Paul Uhrinek Scott Vengel, P.A. Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70 Karen Farmer White Mary Jane Yochum Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Youngwood Eye Care, Inc. YourCause, LLC Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko Melissa and Timothy Alsing Todd and Lonie Brice Jack Buncher Foundation Patricia Cabrey ’62 Judith Fitzpatrick Davis ’63 Denver Foundation Frederick R. Favo + Thomas P. Fondy and Sandra Porter Carol Guglielm ’68 Kurt Miller Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Vernon C. Neal & Alvina B. Neal Fund Doug and Carolyn Norry D. Jean Owens ’93 and William J. Owens Kathleen Rylander Sarniak-Tanzola ’78 Frank Simpkins Robert S. Singley Clyde Smith Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh James and Judy Stalder Triangle Community Foundation Jessica Ybanez-Morano ’84

Hester Shockey Hemminger ’56 Richard and Sande Hendricks H. Phipps Hoffstot, III George and Beverly Hritz Nancy Ritz Hudson ’66 Frank T. Jelinek Linda Stark Jensen ’70 Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh David P. Karl Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) Maureen McCarthy Lamberti ’64 Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau George P. Maguire Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Arthur H. Meehan Mary Clark Neumann ’09 and Michael Neumann ’10 Sally Aurelio Novak ’81 and Albert J. Novak Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference, Inc. Cathy Plesha ’73 Presser Foundation Caesar Puff Charitable Private Foundation Recovery Concepts Addiction Counseling Services, Inc. Carol Carpinelli Rencheck ’83 Robertshaw Charitable Foundation Donald and Sylvia Robinson Family Foundation Nancy and Farrell Rubenstein Kathleen Dziuban Scott ’70 Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 Tuscano Agency, Inc. Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Ann O’Connor Von Hagel ’81 Walden Trust Thomas A. Wandrisco Bridget S. Widdowson ’82

$2,000 - $4,999

$1,000 - $1,999

$5,000 - $9,999

Anonymous Nancy Verdon Appoldt ’56 Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Pennsylvania Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 Anne T. Brower ’72 Catholic Charities Diocese of Greensburg Mary Jane Gross Clark ’81 Lynn Conroy ’58 Consumer Portfolio Services, Inc. Delaware County Foundation Patricia Bolosky DeRosa ’60 Enterprise Holdings Foundation Susan Fondy Faith Simmons George ’07 and Jeremy S. George Jane Gilchrist ’72 Glenmede Trust Company Globalquest Solutions, Inc. Jacqueline Kendrick Gravell ’74 Harlequin Enterprises

Anonymous A. Raimondo, Inc. Patricia L. Barey ’64 Joanne Caterino Beckjord ’71 Anne Murray Belz ’65 Benevity Community Impact Fund Mary Anne Bishop ’58 + Marcy Miller Bliss ’86 Barbara Saglime Block ’65 Katherine M. Bloomgren ’14 Bibiana Boerio ’75 Mary E. Boland-Doyle ’17 Lorie Bonzo Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Donna and James Breisinger Therese Burson ’64 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Michael Cary Greg L. Chaples ’12 Dr. and Mrs. Christopher Chengelis Dr. and Mrs. Barry A. Clark Carol Akerman Cortese ’77

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Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro Susan Mary Cummings ’69 Sara Gill Cutting ’62 Demetra Chengelis Czegan ’02 Theodore F. Dane, Jr. Martha Tecca DelPizzo ’66 and Les DelPizzo Jamie P. DiAndreth Physical Therapy Ronald T. DiBiase ’11 Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58 Carla Harrison Duls ’70 Dana J. Elmendorf Irene J. Eyer ’95 and David D. Eyer Ellen Lally Farrell ’64 Bonnie Mesaros Ferris ’77 Doris S. Fiorentino ’68

Louise Bord Hagstrom ’59 Donna Hixson ’01 Mary Sue Hyatt ’70 William and Deborah Infanger Suzanne Strapac Jackson ’70 Susan M. Jessen ’18 Natalie Robertshaw Kelley ’80 Brenda Bergquist Kessler ’64 and John W. Kessler James Knights Ann Koziar ’64 Rebecca Krafft Deborah M. Molini Kraus ’79 Laurene DiGennaro Kristof ’64 Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Patricia Mooney Loucks ’70

Northwestern Mutual Life Margaret E. O’Brien Karen Fisher O’Connor ’75 Pasadena Community Foundation Pennsylvania Rural Arts Alliance Marylu Hourigan Perchak ’71 William D. Pflaum Marian Gross Piet ’81 Chris Yurick Piper ’79 The Pittsburgh Foundation Aaron and Christina Pollock Corey D. Queen ’11 Barbara Nolan Reilly ’48 Elizabeth M. Rettger ’10 Catherine Dorrian Reynolds ’51 Rita Braun Ries ’47 + Elaine Higgins Rogers ’64

Christy Gordon ’22 Christy Gordon, a senior Health Science major, fell in love with Seton Hill University’s campus after attending the Women in Science Day, which she had the opportunity to be a part of through the Women in Science scholarship at Seton Hill. She heard about the scholarship from her high school teacher and applied because she thought it would be a great first step towards her dream of becoming a doctor. “After touring the science buildings and getting to experience science classes taught by Seton Hill faculty, I knew Seton Hill was where I wanted to go,” said Christy. Christy wanted to make the most of her time at Seton Hill, and she’s done just that by becoming very involved on campus. She is an influencer for SHU CRU, Seton Hill’s social media team; a Student Ambassador; an orientation leader; a member of three science clubs on campus; and she serves on the Provost Advisory Committee. Christy said that her campus involvement has helped her grow as a person, and she believes all of it will help her become a better doctor someday. “Seton Hill has provided me with a good foundation towards becoming the best doctor I can be. In addition to the knowledge I am gaining in the classroom, my extracurricular activities are providing me with the necessary leadership skills, compassion towards others, and the ability to work with people from various backgrounds,” she said.

Soralé E. Fortman Mira and Brad Funari Matthew J. Galando ’04 Kathleen A. Garde ’88 Helen Kuhn Gavigan ’71 General Atomics Gail Harvey Geoghan ’53 + Stephen and Virginia German Virginia Taylor Gibson ’60 Glasser Family Foundation, Inc. Robert Goodwin, Jr. Mary Ann Roeser Gray ’52 Mary Margaret Flatley Green ’66 Joann Grieco ’91 Elizabeth Spina Grinnell ’79

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Jennifer Lundy Jennifer Makowski ’11 Marthinsen & Salvitti Insurance Group, Inc. Cheryl Maurana ’72 Michael A. McCullough ’12 Barbara McDermott ’77 Ruth Conley McDonald ’65 McFeely-Rogers Foundation Karen Lagan McNamara ’70 Charlotte and Dennis Morgret Angela Mudrak ’68 Margaret Grieder Mulcahy ’71 Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan ’60 Justin D. Norris ’06

Eileen Cline Ryan ’71 Mary Elizabeth Schrei, SC ’65 Mary Ann Noroski Scully ’73 Judith A. Slack ’68 Linda Whitehead Somerville ’76 Ellen Spain ’08 Marietta Rossi Spotts ’55 John Spotts + Gail H. St. Clair ’78 Sean E. Stanners ’18 Lynne Stephens MaryKat Mackowski Sundahl ’66 MiRan Cho Surh ’84 Patrice A. Tedescko ’73 Sally Healey Thomas ’56

Ann Trexler ’68 Deborah Englert Tripod ’74 Susan A. Turner ’69 United Way of Allegheny County Anne M. Urban ’99 Janet C. Valickus Wellness on the Point Wellsboro Pediatric Health Care Associates Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Donald Wentling Kathleen M. Whalen-Eaton ’64 Valerie Wood Wei Zhang ’94

$500 - $999

Anonymous 84 Lumber Company Rebecca R. Ackerman ’92 Stacie L. Amorose Dan Bartosh Marian Haley Beil ’61 Ellen Conway Bellone ’58 Todd and Kim Bergert Martha Imlay Bernardi ’60 Carol J. Billman ’95 and Fred R. Billman Vivian Boyer ’00 John S. Bozek Jeanne Gruber Bratsafolis ’73 Theresa Twaddle Buchanan ’68 Sonya Welesko Buerger ’87 Priscilla Crowe Burt ’60 Carclo Technical Plastics Paula A. Carpentieri ’76 Valerie Harpel Carter ’80 and Todd Carter Traci Hake Carter ’86 Scott Chisholm Holli Cholley Kathleen Kowalewski Clark ’70 Vanessa Ruffin Colbert ’74 Barbara Conroy Denise Cortis ’80 Eleanor Coyne ’63 Frederic M. Crehan Judith Abell Crowninshield ’65 Delmont Veterinary Hospital Andrew R. DeMase ’09 and Rebecca Sally DeMase ’11 Johnette Zappone DeRose ’73 Theodore A. DiSanti Maureen Owens Dodson ’81 Christina Benamati Doll ’81 + and David Doll James and Susan Donnellan Therese L. duBreuil ’77 Valerie and Dana Eachus Todd Esposita Debra Faszer-McMahon Rosemary Ferrante Todd Fiedor Diane Sandzimier Figg ’81 Anita Foley Flaherty ’71 Brandon G. Flythe ’07 John and Charlotte Fong Eugene Forish ’09 Fotorecord


Freddie Mac Carissa Ann Aloisi Gans ’83 Eileen Kelly Garbarini ’49 Nicole Pergar Garrity ’08 and Sean T. Garrity ’08 Margaret Rooney Goldstein ’62 William and Martha Goodman Linda Y. Gouaze ’65 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Diana Gullette-Lloyd ’68 Katherine O. Haile ’74 Norene Halvonik ’64 Elizabeth A. Harr ’92 Bonnie J. Harshbarger ’64 Eileen Clahane Harte ’55 Mark A. Hartz ’09 Clair N. Hayes Dorothy McKool Hazen ’68 Inez Avalos Heath ’70 Henderson Brothers Retirement Adriel Hilton Anne Buck Hoag ’60 John Hoffman Annette Modar Holder ’01 and Daniel Holder Florence Derby Hoppe ’42 Shirley and Marvin Huls IBM Corporation Inselmini Construction Co., Inc. Johnson’s Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. Jen Jones Elizabeth M. Juhas ’79 Mary C. Juhas ’78 A. Richard Kacin Kathy Hutter Katarski ’72 Alice Kaylor ’73 Kennametal Foundation Jennifer Kettering Joseph M. Kettering + Eileen Minnaugh Kief ’49 KSM Business Services, Inc. Mary Louise Kundrat ’71 Margaret Speicher Larrimore ’71 Leidos Live! Casino Angela K. Lutze ’70 John A. Makell, Jr. Gary and Sharon Malacane Heidi Maloni Marc Marizzaldi Brian Matthews Nancy McCloy ’70 Joseph G. McGough ’06 Kimberly Barkley Megonnell ’98 Joy Jenko Merusi ’85 Jovita Baratta Minnich ’70 John L. Moore Kathryn Mihalcik Moore ’71 Ruth Morris ’69 LuAnn A. Mostello ’66 Margaret M. Munley ’71 Mary A. Murray Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Kathleen Furgerson Nowicki ’76 The Charles & Margaret M. H. Obrecht Family Foundation, Inc. Anne O’Neill O’Brien ’58

+ Deceased

Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Earlene Wright O’Hare ’71 Ryanne Forcht Palermo ’05 Lynn H. Palmer’72 + Carolyn Chorlton Parker ’52 Jerry Pendley M. Ellen Steward Pentz ’72 Mildred Richter Pietrangelo ’44 Delores Musarra Plunkett ’54 Stephanie J. Powers ’71 Barbara Middendorf Prince ’67 Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Marc B. Robertshaw Stephanie J. Roelker ’72 Catherine Lee Rosenblum ’72 Robert and Ann Rossi Kathryn Rother Teresa Roy Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo ’76 Josephine C. Sandzimier Nancy Favo Schepis ’58 Janice Murphy Scolio ’64 and Richard Scolio Cyndra Beattie Sellari ’73 Emily and David Shedlock Kelley Murray Skoloda ’86 Barbara Bifulco Skonieczki ’78 Michael Smakosz Rosemary Blum Smith ’70 Christopher T. Snyder Patricia Hayes Stack ’68 Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Stella M. Stott ’82 Kym K. Stout Lula M. Sweeney ’95 Kathryn Brennan Tarantino ’71 Catherine Gamble Thomson ’79 Rosemary Cala Tobelmann ’76 Shelley Tolle Toyota of Greensburg Tru-Edge Grinding, Inc. Brian Uhrinek Kathryn Istvan Valero ’68 Elaine Voce Marjorie and David J. Voytek Kathleen Polonus Waddell ’71 Geraldine Nasiatka Welch ’65 Diane W. Wiley Jewel Williamson-Burns Juliette Hau Wilson ’70 Zappone Family Fund of the Community Foundation of Westmoreland County

$250 – $499

Colleen Gill Andora ’57 Annette Buchwalder Arnold ’67 Marcia Marciniak Auth ’76 Joan Truax Avioli ’54 Phyllis Sheehan Bambeck ’62 Alicia Baranik Lewis Barkley Eileen Bartolomucci Sara Beatrice ’70 Melissa E. Bednar ’00 Katherine Donahue Bell ’69 Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga ’57

Blue Sky Sign Co, LLC Rick Brickley Toni L. Brubaker ’04 Robert and Kimberly Bryan Charlene L. Burns ’80 Kathleen M. Campbell ’80 Thomas and Pamela Caruso Damien Chiappini Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat ’59 Sylvia Miller Clarke ’57 Mary Sullivan Couchenour ’48 Mary Ross Cox ’99 Robert Crossey Jill M. Croushore ’95 Judith A. Cumo Leslie Martinelli Cyr ’82 Jon J. Danzak Linda J. Delia ’69 Barbara Denny ’64 Jennifer Devinney Carmine Coco DeYoung ’73 Frank W. Dittig LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher ’78 Elizabeth A. Dundus ’72 Janet Gaffney Dunstan ’70 Kathleen Durkin Anne and Robert Easby-Smith Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland Marie Smith Esselborn ’56 Mary Ann Gabig Eubanks ’65 Maria Frederick Farneth ’86 and George Farneth Matthew and Kimberly Feigel Mary Louise Shapiro Feindt ’61 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Charlotte Brady Ferrarie ’72 Deborah Clarchick Finnegan ’72 Paul E. Fiorelli First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association FirstEnergy Corp. Ellen Phillips Fletcher ’65 Brett and Linda Freshour Summer Garland Friedlander ’75 Irene Graboski Galloway ’66 David and Sara Gardner Jacqueline Gleason-Kada Margaret Murphy Grace ’67 Stacey and Morgan Gray Barbara Cippel Grinnen ’81 Daniel R. Grosso ’11 Bruce Guth Josephine Hamrock Hamer ’70 Elizabeth Haradon Bryan M. Harmon ’07 and Jamie Clark Harmon ’07 Whitney Nash Harness ’07 and Jerry V. Harness, Jr. ’07 JoAnn T. Harr ’92 Lauren M. Wassil Harrall ’06 Lee Hansen Harrison ’67 Hefren-Tillotson Barbara Nosal Heinze ’70 Claire Heiser ’80 Andrew and Pilar Herr Daune Cavalier Hickey ’82 Mary Jo Ward Hottenstein ’66

James R. Howell ’05 Jean M. Hufnagel ’79 Mollie McGuire Huitema ’58 Industrial Cooling Corporation, ICC Patricia Clawson Isenhour ’90 Pamela Jewett Isley ’74 Brandon Jossey ’14 Christine N. Kearns Shaun Keenan ’02 Laura Kelley Michael S. Klapak Amy Bisceglia Kline ’91 Mary Ann Manzi Klingel ’69 Andrea Kopcak ’00 Joan Curley Kramer ’58 Regina Kennison Kraus ’69 Doug Krivda ’09 Christine Layton Lazor Furniture, Inc. Maria Lear Jean Black Lorenzetti ’59 Anne Boitano Lynes ’56 Clara A. Macko ’63 Paula Seabol Maloney ’70 Rosemarie Porto Marone ’57 Janet Nipaver Martha ’71 Barbara Martinelli ’91 Frances Howard Marze ’60 Robert E. Maver Marti Blackson Meerscheidt ’76 Catherine F. Mickolay ’66 Kary Coleman Milan ’98 Ann Killoran Millar ’55 Elisabeth Miller Jacqueline Hume Mohn ’57 Jeanne T. Monoski ’79 TJ and Teresa Morris Mike and Linda Morrison Geri Morrow Kelly and Peter Neferis Matthew S. Nelson ’08 Network for Good Joyce Novotny-Prettiman ’97 Maureen S. O’Brien Katherine Coleman O’Brien ’57 Kathleen A. O’Brien-Powell ’62 Nancy C. O’Neill-Ahearn ’68 Jeffrey and Julie Osikowicz Helene Karasek Paharik ’87 and James G. Paharik Alanna Daniels Parsons ’06 Lisa Chilcoat Pate ’87 Lorraine Payne Phantom Administrative, LLC Patricia Dreistadt Policastro ’64 Allison S. Polish Nancy Rashlich Pollak ’87 Quatrini Rafferty Galloway, P.C. Quintessence Publishing Company, Inc. Jennifer Reeger Joe and Tamara Rice Rob’s Auto Detailing Janet White Robinson ’52 Jeraldine Stein Romeo ’64 Roberto B. Saenz ’07 Christine Saitta Mary Lou Kerr Sarber ’68 Lisa Ann Scales ’84

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Marie Vrable Schietroma ’51 Schneider’s Dairy, Inc. Sybil R. Schwartz Brenda Shaffer ’01 Katherine Klopsch Siler ’70 Linda Gioia Simon ’75 Jacqueline Jablonsky Skiple ’83 Adam Smith Joshua K. Sobota ’06 and Ellen Fisher-Sobota ’09 Somerset Trust Company James and Joyce Spuhler John R. Squier Bryan and MaryEllen St.Clair Doreen Rose Stempien ’62 Allen and Susan Stevens Rosemary Scott Suess ’63 Diane Planisek Summey ’68 Judith Zanone Tedford ’67 Alberta Previc Thokar ’48 Charlotte Oliwa Toal ’67 Mary Yeager Travers ’53 Patrick J. Trettel ’10 Roseanne and Scott Tucker United Way of York County Universal Plastics University of Pittsburgh Michelle Samarin Unruh ’94 John and Jennifer Wade Brian Warheit ’11 Lovenia Deconge Watson ’59 Michael and Bridgett Weeks Judith Kelly Wentzel ’64 Brandon M. Whitfield ’08 Douglas Wood ’11 Erin Wood Dane and Beverly Wukich JoEllen DiGirolamo Yeasted ’70 Patricia Cosgrove Young ’69 Louisa Wilson Zadecky ’68 and Leonard Zadecky Lou Ann Braden Zeigler ’83

$100 - $249

Anonymous A&S Carpet Collection Dr. Lynn Acquafondata and Dr. Francois Piche Clark Adams Mary Dobson Adee ’59 Sarah J. Aikins Robert L. Albert Erin Albert ’10 Robert E. Albright Carol J. Aldridge ’66 Susan Aljoe ’68 Fardan R. Allen ’20 Margaret Allen-Malley ’69 Olga Alpizar Frank A. Altier Joseph and Teresa Anania Mary Kay Deane Anderson ’71 Tyler J. Anderson ’08 Isabelle Flood Andrews ’51 Kathleen Appugliese ’74 Chrissy Arnold Joe Arovits Paula Schmidt Ausserer ’79

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Richard E. Austin ’07 Betty Scheuermann Avis ’52 Michael and Andrea Babich Barbara Krochonis Bagay ’68 Michelle and Daniel Baich Marie-France Laurent Bailey ’74 Linda Bails Joan Bonanno Ballash ’67 Penny Heller Barg ’70 Rev. Martin F. Barkin Brian Barnes Jennifer Baroun Mary Elizabeth Reilly Barrett ’64 Rosemary Baldi Barton ’80 Daniel Baughman ’17 Stephanie Isacco Beck ’11 Constance C. Beckel ’07 Genevieve McNally Becker ’69 Jill Gebhardt Bell ’86 Janine Colbert Bell ’82 Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68 Michael D. Belsito ’12 and Emily Sangermano Belsito ’13 James and Kathleen Bendel Barbara Brenholts Berendt ’75 Susan Lanz Beresik ’71 Peter and Jennifer Bergeron Russell and Georgia Bergert Jeffrey and Lora Bertig Michael Bertig Cassandra Berube Jane Ann Bielecki ’78 Sondra Herring Bisignani ’60 Elise Perisino Bizup ’65 Patricia Jack Blake ’45 Barbara Bensel Blasi ’68 Blessed Sacrament Cathedral Victoria Bleyer ’82 Denise C. Bobincheck ’75 Cynthia Bonafield Andrea E. Bongivengo-Englehart ’87 Frank Bonura Nadean Brdar Bovard ’55 Mary Alice Jackson Boyle ’46 Patricia Bradley ’99 Deborah Streza Bray ’66 Mary Jo Ruefle Brecht ’77 and Timothy M. Brecht Laurie H. Brelsford ’90 Eileen M. Brophy ’71 Mary Ann Fisher Buck ’68 Clare Woshner Budd ’80 Elizabeth Deignan Budney ’60 Jeffrey Buell Warren and Mary Lou Bulseco Jason W. Burger ’19 Jackie Mikulka Burgeson ’71 Michelle Burgess Harold B. Burke Raymond and Renee Burke Eleanor Freiberger Burns ’59 Sharon Hernjak Caba ’72 Kevin T. Cala ’13 Mary Ann Fury Calabrase ’60 David Cannon Francesca Cantarini ’99 Antoinette Capo Rick and Amy Carello

Arlene Carapellucci Carmichael ’64 Sharon H. Carpenter ’83 and Ernie Carpenter Rita Wathne Carr ’65 Mary-Elizabeth Grimm Carroll ’58 Gerald and Betty Lou Carter Thomas E. Caruso ’10 Marilyn Connor Cassels ’56 Kathleen Ferrari Catalano ’59 Joseph M. Catalano ’10 Jeanne Schneider Cerce ’65 Joe Changle Loren Charboneau Charities Aid Foundation of America Drs. John Charley and Margaret Horning Carole L. Chini Barbara Harman Christian ’55 Traci Anne Bechtold Cikins ’85 Jane Halligan Claesgens ’70 Charles and Maura Clagett Virginia M. Clark ’75 Jamie Coates Rhonda Cohen Blaine and Marlene Coleman Rose Baran Colletti ’64 Mary Jane Collins Brad L. Comport ’13 David and Liz Conely Congregation Emanu-el Israel Patrick and Carol Conlan John F. Conley James and Kathryn Conte Subrina Cook Mary Kay Agamedi Cooper ’92 and Eric Cooper Karen Altenderfer Cordaro ’67 Janet M. Corpora ’70 Mary Ann G. Corr, SC ’67 Brendan Costantino Kathryn J. Costantino Willard and Peggy Cotton Fred A. Covatto Elizabeth Vreeland Craco ’55 Pamela B. Craig John and Karen Cramer Ann Nokes Crane ’68 Jason J. Crighton ’09 Jessica Croft Charlotte Rundel Cronauer ’71 Crown Castle USA, Inc. Marion and Joyce Cumo Mary Kathleen Cuneo Susan Bozzo Curfman ’75 Christopher and Becky Curran Patricia Marchant Curtin ’63 Christine L. Cusick Joan Archard Cuttle ’57 Liam R. D’Aoust ’09 Carolyn Zappone D’Astolfo ’66 Kathleen M. Daley ’71 Joan Pilarski Daley ’65 John O. Dalton ’14 Michael and Darlene Daverio Marilyn and James A. Davis Bill and Lori Davis Adelle Schmalzried Dawson ’64 Danielle M. Day ’09 and Daniel I. Day ’09

Lynn Breithaupt Dayton ’59 Carole Strojan de Triquet ’70 Thomas DeAngelis ’11 Lorraine Bartolozzi DeAngelo ’70 Paul and Elizabeth Deastlov Charlotte Westhoven Deer ’75 Nathan A. DeFilippi ’12 Scott Dellett Jon DeLuca Susan DelVecchio ’71 Marcia Taylor Dent ’74 Elizabeth DiCamillo ’74 Dawn and James Dice Michael F. Dieckmann Donald and Jackie Diehl Joseph and Anita Dinsmore Anthony J. DiPerna ’13 Melanie DiPietro, SC ’69 Gertrude Tramonti Dobday ’48 Dorothy Dolan, SC ’64 Joseph and Patricia Donahoe Deborah Donahue ’07 Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly ’64 Michael and Gail Dowell David C. Droppa Cecelia V. Ducar ’18 Elizabeth Duchscherer Linda Martin Dudzinsky ’75 Linda Dumbris ’78 Christine A. Dziedzina ’73 Marjorie Eckman ’68 Paul Edwards Dorothy Schmadel Egbert ’69 Susanna Einolf ’86 Richard and Caroline Ekman Connie Elosser Marie Secky Emanuel ’59 Robert and Deborah Emerick Energy-One Heating & AC Patricia Fitzgerald Engel ’62 Colleen D. Ereditario ’11 and Cory J. Weibel ’07 Jody Ereditario Barbara A. Erny ’70 Marian Shaheen Eskay ’72 Sara Jane McNally Eusebi ’63 James R. Eutsey Gina Evans Michelle Fame Joanne D’Itri Fantone ’78 Martha A. Faris Colleen Feigel Kathleen Bolgar Fenelon ’74 Mary Ann Abel Ferguson ’73 Dolores Krasovec Fernandez ’68 Orlie Ferretti Lisa A. Festa Angela Lancaster Fetchero ’85 Margaret Marcinizyn Fischbeck ’69 Mike and Dawn Fischer Rita Taylor Fitzpatrick ’66 Courtney Fletcher Elizabeth Kelleher Fogarty ’66 David and Sharon Fondelier Debra Hajas Forsha ’90 Sylvia Bachert Forsyth ’60 John J. Fortunato ’14 Virginia Motsay Fossaceca ’61


Ellen Federici Fowler ’77 Wendy Fox Timothy D. Foy Rosemary Warga Franca ’69 Anne Dawgert Franchak ’66 Ronald Freeborough Irving Freeman Jane Duffy Frenke ’68 Jamie Fries Carolyn A. Fronapel ’71 Bridget Sutton Fulmer ’93 Georgia Gaudi Richard and Mary Gaudi Harry and Peggy Gaughan Glenda Testa Gebert ’95 Nancy Flowers Geist ’65 Robert and Rose Gelman Mary Alice Conway Gentry ’48 Patricia A. Gentzel ’69 Mary Jo George ’63 Cynthia Ralston Gerken ’70 Joan Gibel ’69 Carole Herwood Gilardi ’59 Sharla B. Gilson ’92 Jackie Coy Givins ’63 David and Kristy Gonos Thomas and Ruth Ann Gonos Patricia Dugan Gorman ’57 Mary Gornick ’08 Tyler L. Graham ’19 Roberta Fitzgerald Grant ’64 Marlene K. Grasha ’09 Angela Gray Ernest and Kathryn Greene M. Victoria Klopsch Greene ’67 Victoria Marie Gribschaw, SC ’65 Beth Griech-Polelle Saverio J. Grimaldi Denean Groff Marjorie C. Gross ’67 Brenda Williams Grubisic ’71 Julia Collins Guarnieri ’67 Lorraine Vallari Gunset ’51 Mary Egan Gutenberger ’64 Lynda J. Guzik ’78 Mary Gast Hafner ’79 Mary Beatrice Haider ’73 Corinne Volk Hall ’84 Steen Halling Christin L. Hanigan ’02 Michael Hannon Patrick and Patrice Hanulak Meredith E. Harber ’08 Thomas P. Harbert Amy and Jamie Harich Susan L. Harkema Janet Harouse John and Anna Harper Roberta Sordi Harper ’63 Grace Hartzog, SC ’71 Rosemary Hauser Robert and Carla Hay Sandra P. Haye ’80 Barbara Dorsner Hazelton ’66 Zachary J. Heide ’16 Dana Hellinger Laura Heming-Berry ’87 Melissa Hennessy

+ Deceased

Jarrett L. Highsmith ’09 Felicia Janssen Hines ’79 Patricia Breene Hipkins ’68 Mark J. Hipp Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Jean Dziak Hobert ’64 Karen Alsbaugh Hoffman ’68 Sara and Brian Holland Nolan Holland Patricia Herlihy Holliday ’69 James and Donna Hollis Deborah Torock Holnaider ’78 Patrice Hughes, SC ’62 Elizabeth Hunsberger Susan E. Hutchins ’72 Yoko Imamura ’92 Domenica Ingemi Carol Isenberg Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Mary Ann Conway Itts ’66 Carol A. Jacobelli ’90 Geraldine McKenna Jacoby ’74 Janet Bender Jacoby ’74 Marian Baumbach Jacq ’58 Jamie Cordial Hall Foundation Dee Sharbaugh Jankosky ’60 Christine Frederick Janove ’73 Dorothy Jarzabek Theresa Helinsky Jaworski ’68 Linda Durick Jeffery ’92 Fran Johns Bennett Johnson

Vickie Valles Joseph ’80 Kristin A. Juhasz ’12 Cortni McGinnis Junko ’03 Jane Daum Kadlubek ’73 Linda Kahmer Carole L. Kanuch Tina and David Karl Agnesmary Treanor Karol ’52 Marie Boucek Kazmierczak ’60 Janet Hinderer Kearns ’65 Judith Maciag Kelley ’66 Ruth Dowling Kelly ’62 Lora Kendi-Newcomer ’02 Barbara L. Kennedy + Christine Braunegg Kennedy ’79 Carol McLaughlin Kenney ’70 Janice Rohal Kenney ’82 Teresa M. Kerestes David and Mary Kettering Donald and Patricia Kettering Frank Kibler Mackenzie A. Kilduff ’19 Mary Lou Hamill Kilian ’61 Kevin J. King Mary Lou Cronin Kintz ’57 Michael and Sheila Klotz Sheila Reilly Knoth ’60 Diane Kastner Koch ’59 Monica M. Kolasa ’68 Jeff and Elaina Kollar Linda Kornberg Linda Kosmacki

Shirley A. Kruse Dennis C. Kuhnemund David and Andrea Kundrat Sonya J. Laird ’14 Rachel Kautz Lambert ’94 Jeanne Landolfi ’75 Latrobe Elks No. 907 Barbara Blazek Lavelle ’84 Maryann Stefanacci Lazzaro ’79 Stephen Lear Rhonda Lee Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58 Linda New Levine ’65 Phylis Pietrusza Levino ’67 Richard A. Lewis Dave Lewycky Alice Hilliard Lieb ’83 John Limbacher Cordelia Gallo Lindsay ’73 Joan Suda Lindsey ’63 Karen Puskar Lippany ’67 Joshua M. Logan ’12 Janet Porvaznik Lomicka ’66 Demerese Madden Lomond ’64 Steven J. Long ’07 Mary Norbert Long, SC ’67 Judith D. Longhauser Kathleen Morsey Looney ’65 Sally Lyon Loughran ’63 and The Honorable Charles H. Loughran Amanda Lukacsko Joan Patchan Lunifeld ’57

Jarred Spellman ’24 Jarred Spellman, a sophomore political science major, had always been intrigued by Seton Hill University after visiting campus on multiple occasions while his older brother was a student. When applying for colleges, Jarred had his mind set on pursuing an education in biology or pharmaceuticals. Ultimately, he chose Seton Hill for the small campus atmosphere and its close proximity to home. Like many first-year students, Jarred was tested by the transition to college and being away from home for the first time in life. However, “Seton Hill’s small campus makes it easy to form friendships,” said Jarred. “You don’t feel separated from home life because at Seton Hill, you belong to a family.” Jarred was also challenged by his academics during his first year. After some self-reflection, and support from Seton Hill faculty and Jarred’s family members, Jarred decided to change his major to political science pre-law. “The faculty at Seton Hill, especially my advisor in the biology program, were very supportive of my decision. I explained to them how much I was struggling and they helped me to look at the different options available on campus,” said Jarred. Jarred’s goal is to graduate from Seton Hill and continue his education by pursuing law school. “I believe with the resources available in Seton Hill’s program, I will accomplish this goal,” said Jarred. “I have vast opportunities to talk to people in this profession and learn more about my future career. Seton Hill has the means to point me in the right direction.”

Katherine Sheridan Johnson ’79 Johnson & Johnson Heather Patterson Jones ’09 and Tyler J. Jones ’09 Marsha Jones Priscilla Jones Robert and Alice Jones

George Koziarz Angela Mennow Kozlowski ’93 KPMG Foundation Anthony Krance Mary Lee Gannon Krieg ’54 Vicky M. Krug ’88 David Kruse

Gary and Sandy Macioce Jack and Lindsay Macioce Barbara Edwards MacKenzie ’64 Sue Macurak Kathleen Madigan ’80 Marta Maxwell Maher ’83 + and Francis J. Maher

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Lexi Jenks ’21 Lexi Jenks heard about Seton Hill through her high school best friend and decided to apply because it had all of the things she was looking for: a small, liberal arts school with a theatre program. Lexi was initially drawn to Seton Hill for the Theatre Business program, which allows her to explore her passion for theatre without needing to pursue a performance, acting or singing track. “My ultimate career goal is to be doing something I enjoy that also challenges me and allows me to grow professionally, and Seton Hill is preparing me to do just that,” said Lexi, “I enjoy the Theatre Business program at Seton Hill because of how varied it is. I am able to take courses in theatre, business and communications, and I also have a minor in English so I am able to explore many different opportunities.” In addition to everything Lexi is learning in the classroom, she is also able to expand her knowledge and skills through her extracurricular activities. Within the Theatre department, Lexi has assisted with stage management and she is also a member of the Student Theatre Activities Council (STAC). Lexi, who also recently became a Student Ambassador, says the biggest challenge for her has been trying to find a balance between her academics and extracurricular activities. “It’s so easy to get involved at Seton Hill because everyone on campus is so welcoming, but it can be hard to make time for everything. However, my professors are always very supportive. It’s clear to me that my professors want to help and see me succeed,” said Lexi. She also says working in the Writing Center has been beneficial because not only does she get to help her peers, but she’s seen an obvious improvement in her own writing. Lexi’s opportunities are endless because her education and experience at Seton Hill is preparing her for the world in which she will live.

Judith Miller Maher ’81 Carol C. Mahoney ’76 Mary Jane Reid Maidment ’69 Matt Malacane Loretta Trese Maley ’66 Bernadette Malinoski ’68 Jeannie and Richard Malloy Dianne E. Malone ’82 Lois Jones Maloy ’59 Martina Owens Mandella ’91 Patricia G. Manno ’00 Sharon Donaldson Marks ’83 and Robert J. Marks Carol McKool Marlin ’68 Geraldine Frances Marr, SC ’63 Maureen Speicher Marshall ’76

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Dianna Thomas Marusko ’02 Kathleen Lenzi Mascelli ’73 Marc M. Massa Carole Masters Kathleen R. Matolyak Bryan and Amy Matte Samuel Mattei ’16 Heather and Pete Maund Mary Pat Reidy Mayer ’66 Darrell and Leslie Mayne Joseph and Lynna Mazero Alice Hau McCarthy ’65 Erika Haitz McCarthy ’10 and Michael P. McCarthy ’09 Gail E. McCarthy ’57

Jacquelyn Fontana McCarthy ’11 and David A. McCarthy ’11 Elizabeth B. McCarville ’55 Cheryl McClain ’86 Virginia Segedy McConnell ’68 Mary C. McCormack ’80 Jim McCullough Matthew T. McCune ’08 Jay P. McDonald Dr. Susan McDuff Nancy G. McGaw ’71 Rosemary McGeary ’60 Patricia Morgan McGrath ’60 Jim and MaryAlice McGuigan Christy McHugh ’10 Kathleen Talley McKenna ’68

Susan S. McKie Margaret J. McKinley ’67 Brian and Kimberly McKoy Amy McLaughlin-Hatch ’19 Jacqueline Driscoll McNamara ’73 Rosemary Linden McNiff Marilyn L. McSparrin Marilyn Komatz Mealy ’56 Nancy S. Mears ’84 Catherine Meinert, SC ’71 Phyllis Meinert Carolyn Allgeier Melby ’62 Michele Mellick ’16 Sonny Melnick Michael and Stacy Mendler Marvin and Kathleen Mensch Jacqueline Meriweather Marlene Fiorelli Merryman ’59 Denise Hildrich Mesina ’00 Robert and Anne Messner Theresa Smarrella Metcalf ’57 Kathleen Murphy Meyers ’68 Maria Mickwitz ’60 Clara Durant Mignogna ’48 Heidi Ruby Miller ’07 and Jason J. Miller ’07 Collin P. Mitchell ’19 Travis Motiuk Donald and Kathy Mower Nancy Donoughe Mueller ’66 Beverly McDade Mulholland ’61 Iva Munk ’88 and Milton V. Munk Wilbur and Theresa Munn Stephanie Munoz Elizabeth Hards Murphy ’65 Joan Laverty Murphy ’58 Jonathan W. Murphy ’12 Martha Whelan Murphy ’41 Diana Murphy-Greiner ’64 Mary McNerney Murray ’58 James P. Murray, III ’98 Kenneth Musko Evan T. Myers ’18 Gertrude S. Myers ’94 Jerome P. Myers Joan Facchine Myers ’71 Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 George Neast Dr. Andrea Neely Teresa Marie Neff ’84 Mary Ellen Hau Nemo ’64 Joan B. Newill Paula Kiles Newman ’64 Roger and Kristen Ngirimana Talib Nichiren ’96 Janice Flood Nichols ’69 and David Nichols Northrop Grumman Foundation Patricia Fajerski O’Hanlon ’73 Molly Glock O’Hara ’78 M. Diane Adley O’Malley ’68 Shawn O’Mara Mary Ann Joyce Oesterle ’61 Dave M. Offner ’17 Joan Leonard Ohi ’85 Onyx Wellness Barbara-Jean Lewis Ottley ’84 Susan Pipak Owens ’73 Lucinda Gray Painter ’78


Margaret A. Palmer Karen Kucinski Palochik ’67 + Anne Marie Palumbo ’69 Larry and Elaine Parachini Tim Parana Beatrice Ann Parenti, SC ’69 Frank and Karen Paris Andrea M. Pascale ’61 Annette Basilone Pasqual ’59 Rupal J. Patel ’91 Jeanne Wood Pecsek ’65 Mary Anne Marcinizyn Pendola ’67 and Francis Pendola Jane Penman Teresa Emricko Perez ’81 Kathleen Assini Perry ’59 Joan L. Pesata ’69 Andrea Chontos Peters ’76 Carl and Carol Peterson Monica Martyak Petrick ’59 Justin and Jessica Petrovich Nancy Grieco Pfeiffer ’69 Rosemarie Rzasa Phaneuf ’63 Michelle Phillips Laura Harpel Phipps ’85 Janet Grassel Pinedo ’82 Paula Stewart Piper ’81 Paulette Schutter Pipher ’80 Susan Pittman Frances Planinsek ’63 Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich ’77 Joanne Dobson Pontani ’68 Carol Zeck Ponzio ’63 Jeanne Painter Powanda ’83 Joshua D. Pratt ’08 Dan Priatko William D. Priatko Donald A. Primerano Susan Printy ’70 Judith and Donald Pripstein Jason Profio Beverly S. Pultz ’84 Grace Hoover Puterman ’64 Eric Putt Christine L. Vucinich Quinones ’98 Anne Ruff Quirk ’56 Martha Raak ’97 Claude and Bonita Ramey Napoleon and Rogelia Ramiro Virginia Oliwa Ramsey ’69 Louis Rauso Elizabeth Scott Raveche ’72 Martha Lawson Reber ’62 Mary C. Reese Patricia Garvey Regan ’63 Tom Reho Rebecca McClenahan Reifer ’95 Jennifer Reifsteck ’04 John J. Reilly Linda and Jeffrey Reisner Becky Rempe Renaissance Charitable Foundation, Inc. Ricciuti Enterprise, Inc. Mary Kathryn Norton Ridenour ’74 Lorraine Verdi Riley ’51 Roxanne L. Rinier ’80 Mark and Mary Roach

+ Deceased

Richard and Elizabeth Robillard Teri Robinson Lisa Rosko ’86 Kathleen Roth Gloria Dauchess Ruchanan ’71 Peggy Munchel Rudberg ’69 Patricia Coons Rumon ’68 Robert and Ruth Runyan Rebecca Russell ’82 Mary Ann Carrigan Russo ’55 Cynthia A. Sabik ’80 David Safin Maura Barry Salins ’87 Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Salko Mary-Ann Kerekes Salvatore ’64 Stacey Sanders ’02 Rosanne H. Sandolfini ’91 Elizabeth Plavcan Sarson ’65 Mildred Wassil Saxman ’60 Donna Schafer ’69 Ellen Uschak Schimpf ’72 Kathleen Schlather ’73 Janet Gliedt Schneider ’55 Gretchen Behringer Schofield ’59 Jacqueline Bifano Scholar ’62 Nona Corbett Schonbachler ’59 Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64 Linda W. Schweitzer ’71 Lorraine Sciacca-Finch ’75 Lisa Bisignani Scott ’90 Carol V. Seirup ’73 Gregory A. Sell ’09 Stephanie Sell Helen Shaner Kay Shotts Shedwick ’60 Nancy Finke Sheehan ’72 Frances Sabol Sheffler ’67 Alyce Holden Sheridan ’57 Donna Sheridan Jeanette Mager Sheridan ’60 Diana H. Shutt ’91 Jill Dunmire Siddiq ’96 Laura W. Sigurdsson Susan and Daniel Simmers Emma E. Simmers ’19 Karen L. Sistek ’06 Walter Skero Mary G. Skubak ’80 Brett M. Smith ’16 Ellen Marie Smith ’83 Ellen McGuire Smith ’66 Jacquelyn M. Smith ’98 Linda Schrock Smith ’71 Stuart Smith Kathleen Smith-Delach ’80 Anita DiBagno Smolenski ’61 Ray and Mary Spoonhoward Elizabeth Duval Spotts ’77 Nancy J. Sprock ’84 Maureen Malley Squires ’68 St. Matthias Evangelical Lutheran Church Barb and Jamie Staniscia Joshua Staniscia Theresa Wathne Stanley-Simaner ’61 Margaret Goldy Stanzione ’52 Brooke Steinau

Carol A. Steinmetz ’91 and James Steinmetz Kathy Luketich Stem ’77 Katherine Stevens Nancy and George Stewart Carol Miller Stillwagon ’63 Thomas and Mary Stinelli Karen Herda Stiteler ’75 Thomas Stossel Mary Hope Kirk Straub ’64 Elizabeth and Paul Stroble Charmaine R. Strong Patricia Myers Strunk ’57 Margaret R. Stubbs ’85 Virginia McCraken Stump ’04 Paul I. Sturm ’19 Ellen Newmyer Sullivan ’68 Mary Luthy Sullivan ’99 Rodney Sunday ’19 TaMara Swank and John Swank, Jr.+ Lou Anne Wilks Swetonic ’63 Kimberly and Jeffrey Swetye Mary Hager Tambellini ’75 Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59 Susan L. Tarasevich ’78 Roseann Funari Tedesco ’73 Joan Teselle Jessica Thomas ’11 and Amanda Willard ’12 Karin Danser Thompson ’00 Linda Conroy Thornley ’67 Patricia Walker Thornton ’72 Thrivent Choice TIAA Charitable James and Jackie Timko Joanne Tolle Barbara A. Tompko ’94 Joan Mihalcik Toohey ’65 William Torpey and Kristen Danihy-Torpey Tracey Larson Designs Caroline Ayars Treiber ’59 Joyce Petrosky Trew ’69 Patricia Holzshu Trichtinger ’61 Linda Trimble Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church Stephanie Riley Turin ’88 and Todd Turin Lisa M. Tyson ’89 Patricia and Ralph Valentino Vanessa Kolberg Valerio ’08 Jon VanSlooten Darryl E. Vaupel Deidra Vaupel Jeffrey Vaupel Todd Vecchiolla Biondi and Betty Lou Vecchiolla Dominic Venditti Ann Jones Vescial ’57 Rita Vicini Mary Jane Eisenbart Vignovic ’69 Kathleen Keally Voigt ’59 Patricia Bender Voltz ’52 Zachary J. Voytek ’17 Stephen G. Walker, Jr. ’08 Russell and Susan Walker Mary Memmi Wallace ’88 Kathy Marie Kwapisz Walter ’73

Sheila Lonergan Ward ’65 Joan Dzmura Warzeski ’51 Irene M. Wattay ’98 Mary Jane Gresser Webster ’60 Kathleen Weidner ’71 Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Todd Welsh ’06 Jackie Jackman Werth ’74 Westmoreland Diversity Coalition James Wetzler Patricia Lamb Whipkey ’67 Susan Dzurisin White ’68 Candice McMullen Whitsel ’72 Amy Whittington Raymond Wilkins Chris Nelson Wilson ’75 Sherri Wilson Claudia J. Winter Donna C. Winters ’76 Roberta Niton Winwood ’74 Eleanor Berg Wisniewski ’65 Jason and Racheal Wisniewski Greg and Carol Wood M. Patricia Patterson Woodard ’72 Mary Donnelly Worden ’83 Brandon Wright ’17 Suzanne McGowan Wright ’83 Thomas M. Yarabinetz Mona Yep Veronica Campbell Zappia ’90 Carol Corsetti Zeitler ’70 Margaret Zelenak ’12 Mary Anne O’Connor Zeller ’72 Michaela Zlnayova ’97 Judith A. Zorichak ’01 Ann E. Nicoletti Zowine ’63 Ashley Zwierzelewski

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A to Z Communications Nathan Abromson Erica Hainesworth Adams ’09 Linda J. Adler Lorrie J. Adler ’90 Norma Jean Agona ’97 Barbara Westman Aho ’78 Thomas and Ruth Albanesi Craig Alberts John Alexander Leeann Alls Paige N. Alviani ’14 AmazonSmile Renee Kubicki Anderegg ’99 Amelia Anderson Sheila M. Angel ’00 Louis Anstandig Emmanuel and Sue Ellen Answine Rosina DiAbundo Anthony ’68 Geoffrey Atkinson Ryan Audia Mary J. Austeri Nikki and Thomas Austeri Jill and Kevin Bailey Elizabeth McDonough Baker ’64 Diane Balcom Kathi Balest Kelly Wilson Ballard ’01 Robert and Barbara Baltes

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Ryan M. Barabe ’20 Lee F. Baranik Kristen M. Barczynski ’18 Bonnie E. Barnhart ’07 Jaclyn M. Fawcett Bartko ’12 and Christopher R. Bartko ’10 Jordan Barzensky ’21 Lisa Bihon Basinger ’00 Pamela M. Basista ’70 Steven G. Bassett Christopher Bates Isabella C. Battiata ’20 Kathy J. Baum ’07 Susan Brabant Baxter ’78 Walter and Mary Bazan Cynthia and Bill Beal Angela Beall ’21 Frank Beasley, II Madeleine Benoit Beck ’61 William Becker Kayleah Beedon ’21 Alex and Christen Belgiovane Justin P. Bendel Ronald and Janet Bennett Jerry Bertig Marie Merriman Best ’60 Colleen Beverly Maria Blasioli ’21 Juliana Boerio-Goates ’75 Jeffrey Bogdan ’00 Ashley N. Bomer ’17 Barb Bonura Gina Bonura Missy Bonura D. Renee Bork ’79 Rebecca Bortz Kathy Haughey Boss ’70 Harry Bouvy Lucille Bova Rachael A. Bowers ’20 Toni Bowlen Celeste M. Bowler ’79 Julian Boykins ’21 LaMont Boykins Lisa Brachman Colleen M. Brady Suzanne M. Brannagan ’84 Maureen Delaney Brant ’90 Gary and Leta Brendlinger Rick and Laurie Brennan Sharon Brewer ’64 Mary Joan Bohince Brideweser ’86 Juliann Pavlasky Brier ’88 Kimberly Nath Bringe ’87 and Peter D. Bringe Richard and Rebecca Broadwater Michael and Maryann Brooker Gerald S. Browdie Elly Sparks Brown ’72 Tasha N. Brownfield ’20 Kenneth Bryan Tyler Bryant ’21 Pamela Buell Marybeth Burge Haley W. Burns ’15 Mary Ann Palmisano Burns ’53 Tammy Burns Melissa Bytner ’21

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Marian Gasbarro Cadwallader ’76 Patricia Bytnar Cahill ’65 Megan P. Cala ’14 Jerome Callwood Anthony Camasso ’18 Virginia D’Emidio Cannon ’64 Alissa Jones Carbaugh ’13 and Robert D. Carbaugh ’13

Bryan and Dawn Cikowski Joseph A. Cillo ’18 Madison Clark Russell Clark Kelly Clever ’20 Elaine Barno Closser ’68 Keisha Connor Mary Ann Corbo Connors ’64

Alexis Cunningham Karen Cunningham, SC Marilyn L. Cutshall ’80 Patricia Trongo Dangelo ’68 Alexi J. Swank Darr ’13 Jennifer Davidson Mary C. Davin ’80 Kaitlyn E. Davis ’20

Matthew Nguyen ’24 Matthew Nguyen, a California native, is happy he found Seton Hill through a Google search. “I had been searching for small schools with a science and music program when I came across Seton Hill. It turns out I had a friend of a friend who was at Seton Hill in the Physician Assistant program and after talking to them, I decided to apply.” Matthew, who is majoring in Biochemistry as part of the Osteopathic Medicine pathway program, was accepted into a number of different programs, but what drew him to Seton Hill were the small class sizes and opportunities to be involved in many activities. “I wanted to go to a school where I could participate in just about anything I wanted to,” said Matthew. Matthew says being involved on campus has been crucial for adapting to college life. Like many students, Matthew struggled making friends at first, especially being from out of state. During his second semester at Seton Hill, Matthew decided to join the Volleyball Club and has had success meeting new people by getting involved. In addition to his involvement in the Volleyball Club, Matthew is also an Orientation Leader, Student Ambassador, a member of Campus Ministry, Una Voce (Seton Hill’s chamber choir), and the Men’s Glee Club. Seton Hill has given Matthew the opportunity to combine his interest for science and music, where he is able to major in Biochemistry as well as complete a minor in Music Theory. Matthew says he has a lot of goals set for himself during his time at Seton Hill, but he shared one goal in particular. “I want to continue to form bonds with the people I am meeting and create friendships that will last forever.”

Molly E. Carbone ’20 Zackery Carl ’21 Janet E. Carlisle ’11 Harriet J. Carolen ’07 Carrie L. Caroselli ’07 Lee S. Carrozza ’14 Emily Caruso Joan T. Casale ’57 Nicole Castelli ’19 Judith Chiari Caudill ’61 Dyan Joyce Centofanti ’01 Maureen D. Chaisson Sidney Chapman ’21 Florence Chick Michelle Chini Wayne Chrestay Skye N. Christian ’20 Eileen Elchin Ciccotelli ’76

Roxane Maciasz Connors ’80 Rick and Cindy Conrad Joseph Constantin ’21 Tyler Conville ’21 Elizabeth Snayd Cook ’59 Patricia Cook Jacob E. Corrick ’14 Nellie A. Costabile ’70 Susan T. Cottom Thomas Cousin Denise Troll Covey ’83 Ranae W. Covey ’93 Christine McIlvaine Creegan ’67 Serafino and Judith Croce Kevin Cronin Brett D. Cuddy ’18 Brian D. Cuddy Elizabeth S. Cumming ’13

Kyrsti Sowers Davis ’11 Dawn Bulas Davoli ’85 Mary R. Deeds Matthew C. Deemer ’09 Gemma R. Del Duca, SC ’62 Tony DeLeonibus Lisa and Jeff Deller Fay L. Dellinger John Delmastro James M. DeLuca ’07 Nancy DeMuth Ian W. Denham ’19 Parker E. Denny ’20 Carol Donohue DeRiggi ’59 Andrew DeSana ’19 Anthony J. DeSana ’15 Rosemary DeSana Daniel Deyell


Timothy F. Deyell ’19 Dorinda and Ronald J. DiBiase Noah Diebel Sandra Dietrich ’99 Andrew R. DiNardo ’10 Daniel M. DiNinno Margaret A. DiNinno ’82 and Ralph DiNinno Lori Dipaola Teddy DiSanti ’21 Dennis and Sue Ann DiSilvio Jody Evans Dlugos ’00 Carolyn N. Bringe Domasky ’14 Kendra Donahue Gianna R. Donate ’20 Joan Balcavage Doolittle ’68 Mary Dawn Adair Dumm ’76 and Lawrence J. Dumm James Dunlap ’98 Robert Dutton Taylor Ednie ’21 Christine Geary Ehman ’93 Kaitlyn A. Ellsworth ’19 Angela Emanuele Dennis Emert Nicholas J. Erminio Albert C. Erni, Jr. ’09 Ernst & Young Foundation Joshua Esch ’21 Jim Essner Samantha Estupinian ’21 Nicholas Exposito ’16 Linda Burke Falcone ’69 Elena M. Falgione ’17 Karen M. Fanale ’89 Anthony J. Fanelli ’16 MaryBeth Fanning Jean Marie Farina Mary Kehoe Fay ’75 Heather Kring Fazzi ’06 and Stephen Fazzi Christa Feister Adam and Renee Ference Daryl P. Ferguson ’07 and Angel Garcia-Ferguson Darlene Ferrante ’68 Joan Feuerstein Ross Fiegener Yvette Figueroa Shawn C. Fink ’09 Sandra Finley ’87 Antoinette Finnerty Janis Firestone ’01 William and Erin Fischer Louis Fisher Chad M. Fitzgerald ’07 Mikaela Fitzpatrick ’21 Penelope Fjellanger ’18 Anne M. Fleming Robert Fleming Judith Focareta Lois Hutchin Fornes ’68 Stephanie and Tom Forsman Dale and Noreen Forsythe Jill Foster Sandra Fox-Trudel Rosalia Carter Foy ’49 + Cynthia Olenick Franzi ’77

+ Deceased

James Fredal Kristen Frick ’11 Ina R. Friedman Brian Frye ’05 Dana Funari ’09 and Bryan Funari Danielle Fusco Isabel Gabin ’21 Suzanne Curran Gaertner ’65 Pauline Gaffney Gerald Gall Anita L. Gallagher Mamie Garver Denis P. Garvey Bethany Gary Nathan Geesey Giovanna M. Rivera Genard ’94 and Daniel Genard Sabrina George Kaitlyn Germanoski ’19 Riley Giaquinto Michael and Michelle Giarrusso Jordan K. Gibbs ’21 Abraham Gibson ’21 Mary Beth Gray Gigler ’70 Patricia Wesner Gill ’67 Jeffrey Giordan Joan Malek Gmiter ’68 Margaret Goldsmith and Donald Dalzell James Gotfredson Danielle R. Goyette ’68 Dory and Anthony J. Grack Rebecca Graham ’72 William and Sarah Graham Brigid Marie Grandey, S.C .’63 Ryan J. Gratchick ’17 George and Janet Gray Skyla Greco ’21 George and Marlene Green Deborah Grguras Channing Griffin Linda Liedke Griffiths ’74 Danielle Groff Marie Cillaroto Grubin ’67 Louise Grundish, SC Jacob Gruss Kathleen Guerrieri Debra L. Guerrini ’78 Mary Kay Prokopik Guzik ’78 Adam Haas ’09 Maurann Vargo Hakun ’88 Bill and Carol Hall Donald Hamilton ’21 Diane Marie Hammerle ’05 Joanne M. Hancharick Colette Hanlon, SC ’63 Philomena A. Hanson ’08 Thomas Hanulak ’21 Carol Taschler Harkins ’57 Matthew Harmon Sharon Harris Raymond E. Harrold ’19 Madison Harry ’21 Diane F. Hartnett Carol Claybaugh Haskins ’83 Keith and Cecelia Hauger Kristen Fisher Hauger ’77 Martha R. Hawk ’89

Roger Hayden ’21 Marissa Haynes Emily Hazlett ’21 James L. Heenan ’91 George Heigel Jeanne Marie Pauvlik Helmcke ’66 Lisa Steck Helsel ’80 Kathryn Kochanowski Hemlick ’81 Phil Hendricks Patricia Herk Nicole Hicks ’21 Alexander H. Hill ’14 Elinor Fritschi Hill ’51 Dawn Parsley Himler ’76 Jennifer Hindman Dallas C. Hipple Caitlynn Hirak ’21 Richard Hoff ’06 Diann and Gregory Hogan Patricia Hogan ’67 Charles and Mary Holste Andrew Mary Horvath, SC ’67 Debra Hotovchin Ashley A. Hott ’07 Shelby Hott ’03 David and Beth Houpt Rita Monastra Howell ’51 Shannon Hubble ’21 Marsha Hughes Maryann P. Huk ’06 Erik Hultgren ’16 Mary Ann Perlick Humphery ’72 Thomas F. Hursen Kathleen A. Huth ’77 Janice Burkhardt Hylton-Tischler ’85 Elle Anne Indorato Cayci Ings ’21 Shawn Israel Jeanne Iwler Miracle Jackson El’Vonda Jacobs ’11 Yvonne James Sharon Jamiolkowski Karen E. Janowski Ciara Jaracz Caroline Jenks Janis Mancuso Jensen ’68 Barbara Travers Jentes ’87 Dennis G. Jerz Barbara Binder Jones ’57 William T. Jones ’15 Hannah Judy ’21 Rosemary Vallozzi Kampo ’63 Michael L. Kaplan ’11 Dennis Karl Theresa M. Kashin ’82 Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Anne Emsurak Keeney ’88 Dean and Ellen Kelley Mary Ann Kelly ’80 Rocco Kempa ’21 Beth and Thomas Kepple Daryl Zwigart Kezell ’61 Lisa A. Kifer ’05 and Robert Kifer Hyunme Kim, SC ’21 Patricia M. King Terry L. Kintner Marilyn Maloy Kline ’69

Maureen Kochanek Madeline E. Kocur ’20 Irene Karolcik Kokuba ’51 Judith Koleski Wayne Kopp Bronwyn Troll Korchnak ’96 Mandy Korn Linda J. Kosko ’14 Lauren Kosslow ’21 Michelene Weber Kossol ’82 Lorna Ocker Kotlin ’89 Rosemarie Palko Kovarcik ’65 John and Rosemary Kowalski Boris and Elaine Kozolchyk Lorraine Krisanda Teresa L. Krivacsy ’84 John and Laura Kulick Florence Kunkle Laffoon ’52 Emily Lambert Valerie Timko Lambert ’94 Randy Lamendola Marilyn Moran Lanz ’63 Michelle M. LaRue ’08 Jeffrey and Gwen Lawrenzi Melanie K. Leaseburg ’13 Sharon Leeman ’87 Christa Link Leighty ’03 and Todd E. Leighty Laura Kampo Lennon ’89 Beth Lent Anita Leonard ’88 Arnold M. Lerman Carol Ann Leshock ’68 William Levin Luke D. Lewis ’18 Christopher Lias John N. Lieberman Nancy Ligus ’16 Kristina Lindauer ’21 Gina Carrick Lindenfeldar ’90 Regina Lindsey Vivien Linkhauer, SC ’67 Eileen Lisker Hayley J. Little ’16 Brian Livermore Joyce Lloyd David and Christine Lomicka Jennifer M. Longley Margaret Zimmerlin Lope ’71 Mark E. Lopushansky Paula Lounder Kyle Lovisone ’21 Tyler Lukart Michele Carlino Lutzow ’70 Allan and Lisa Lydic Karen Kurek Lynch ’73 Elizabeth Kramer Lyng ’76 William and Helen Lyons Michael Macioce Celeste Mackulin Michael and Michelle Macy Marian Madden, SC ’83 Bonnie Claar Madre ’69 Vincent H. Maglione ’11 and Natasha Nichols Maglione ’13 Suzanne J. Mahady Mary Kennedy Brittain Mahoney ’71 Michael Maines

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Nicole M. Makos ’16 Cecilia Maljan-Herbelin ’69 Amanda Malkowski ’12 Stephanie and Pat Malley Jessie Malone ’21 Alvin Maloy ’21 Brianna Marks ’21 Sidney Markus Zachary J. Martinelli ’17 CeCelia Martz ’21 Rhonda Mason ’06 Mary Neal Masters ’72 Maureen Foy Mathews ’79 Colleen Brown Matsik ’72 Kevin May Christina Mazelon Joanne Roberts McBriarty ’69 Patrick P. McCarthy ’14 Anna McClain ’21 Agnes Flatley McClarnon ’59 Susan Gogniat McClarren ’81 Nichole McClendon ’21 Patrick F. McClure ’12 and Megan Purcell McClure ’13 Grace E. McCormac David H. McCullough Christine Weniger McDermott ’69 Faith A. McDowell Michael B. McGarry Janet Mooney McGehean ’65 Anne Ende McGervey ’61 Patrick and Marcia McGinley Julia McGinniss McGowan ’26 + Sarah M. McGowan ’19 Kathleen McGrady, SC ’71 Mary Elizabeth E. McIlvane ’48 Ed McIntyre Catherine McLean Charles and Vera McLeod Lynn R. McMillen-Begley ’79 Olivia McNulty ’21 Bruno A. Mediate and Gina M. Mash Mediate Sierra Megonnell ’21 Jessica A. Meissner ’12 Brendon Mendelson ’18 Ted and Tess Mendoza Justin M. Menefee ’10 Ted and Janet Merlino Rebecka Meyer ’21 Stephanie Midgett ’21 Susan Mignogna ’10 Deborah Palanko Mikita ’73 Barbara McKenna Miller ’59 Barbara Miller, SC ’64 Brittany M. Miller ’15 Carol A. Miller Kourtney A. Miller ’20 Marybeth Miller Melissa Miller ’03 Margaret G. Mills Jo-Anne M. Mineweaser Gail Minor ’73 Rachel and Bertram Minushkin Linda M. Misterkiewicz ’73 Linda G. Mitchell ’90 Michele Kania Mitchell ’92 William Mittendorf

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Kylie Moffat ’21 Gus Mohlhenrich Dorothy Del Bene Mohn ’51 + Nancy Moore Frank Moran Margaret Schroeder Murphy ’67 Brian Murray Brian Murray, Jr. Colleen Claybaugh Murray ’79 Alice Rodgers Murtha ’79 Victoria Musselman Baylee A. Musser ’20 Dana R. Myers Jackie D. Myers ’09 Theresa M. Natale Naina Navalgund ’21 Cathy McGlinchey Neal ’66 Mark Nealon ’21 Mary A. Neely ’71 Nick P. Neferis ’18 Carl Neighbors ’98 Douglas K. Nelson Anna R. Neri Brea Neri Kerry McGarty Neville ’86 Julianna Nichols ’21 Jeanne Reichard Niklas ’59 Rachel Conroy Noblett ’64 Barbara Norris ’01 Belinda Bruck Norton ’69 Tammy Noss ’03 Richard M. Nugent Karen O’Meara O’Connell ’70 Mary Helen O’Donnell, SC ’59 Father Jeremiah T. O’Shea Carol A. Ondek Amy Opsitnick ’00 and Edward Opsitnick Elaine B. Organek ’60 Marjorie DiRisio Orlando ’69 Ray Orndorff Richard and Jennifer Orndorff Sharon Orndorff Robert and Marcella Osikowicz Sandra L. Oskin ’90 Robert Over Jennifer Bowman Palangio ’95 Joy Cocchiola Pankin ’68 Jill and David Parise Mia Parise Paige D. Parise ’19 Noreen Farrell Parris ’60 Aaron Pascazi ’11 Melissa Pasquinelli ’96 Barbara Pastrick Deborah Pavetti ’04 Allison Pavlan ’21 Laurie K. Peddicord ’01 Reed and Maja Pederson Kimberly Swanson Pellicer ’87 Jack and Carla Pellis Mark Pemu Mary Ciarrocca Pendleton ’77 Donna Perfetti John and Jeanne Perkins Sara Rae Perman Nancy Frank Perunko ’67 Pamela Peschock

Alexis Petach ’17 Louanne Matoka Peterman ’59 Mary Jane Kirschner Peterson ’69 Alexis C. Petrarca ’18 Geno Petrarca Michael and Amy Petro Karen and John Petrus Megan Warman Pettke ’18 and Shane W. Pettke ’18 Pfizer, Inc. Terra Phelps Joanne Raneri Phillips ’74 Yvonne J. Phillips ’00 Tony R. Piccolini Marc A. Piche ’15 Jessica Picklo ’04 Maria Sarneso Pieffer ’84 Elizabeth Cetola Pietruska ’63 Allison Pittman Suzanne M. Plesha ’71 James and Christina Poe Anita Bridge Pohland ’72 Rinaldo Policicchio Peggy Hammill Polito ’59 Noah Ponko ’21 Ruth E. Poscich Emma McGinniss Powderly ’29 + Cathy Powers Andrew J. Poye ’09 Gloria Prevenslik ’66 Mary Ann Farrell Price ’61 Nancy Pringle Mary Rillo Pruchnic ’54 Barbara Kutch Pryle ’69 Denise Pullen Sangeeta Punjabi Donna and Charles Pupich Julie Karnes Quigley ’70 Sven Rabsahl ’21 William B. Rabuck ’19 Virginia L. Rach Brittney Racioppo ’19 Brittany Ramsey ’21 Deborah Ranish ’13 RuthAnn Fischer Ranker ’72 Gemma Gigliotti Rasmus ’81 Tami Ray Patricia Carney Reilly ’69 Patricia Maley Reilly-Letzkus ’51 Karyn M. Reinhart J. Elaine Resnick ’87 Michael and Shelley Ressler Bruna A. Riccobon Ellen Schneider Richards ’72 Kelsey Riker ’16 Kay Rubright Rinko ’59 Mary Wilson Risewick ’59 Veronica M. Rist ’86 Christian Roberts ’18 Mary Frances Huth Robey ’63 Chris A. Roble Dana Rocks Janice Rocks Corey-Barron Rogers ’13 Dorothea Kuehne Ross ’68 Patrick Rowe David and Nancy Roy Daniel J. Ruby ’11

JoAnne Duca Rugh ’70 Charles and Alice Rulapaugh Tammy Kowalchick Rullo ’82 Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Maureen Collins Ruschak ’91 Julianne E. Carr Ryan ’61 Ted Rybka Jasmin Sadikovic ’08 Marie M. Salguero ’10 Breanna Kelly Salvio ’16 Marie Samosky Matt Sanchez ’21 Allison Wyzkiewicz Sasso ’01 and Jacob M. Sasso ’11 Faith Saulsberry ’21 Diana Savchuk Scott and Sally Sayers Carol Mulholland Scanga ’88 Mycendia Scarborough Cynthia Schade Patrick and Chrissy Scheper Susan B. Scheuring ’71 Molly and Justin Schmotzer Brett and Pam Schoppert Timothy Schreiber ’16 Isabelle Schroeder ’21 Anita Schulte, SC ’57 Sally Schwartz Karen M. Scott Susan Seeley Jaye Sela Ronald Seman Beth Senchantixay Lisa Seremet Joanne Setting Shahzib Shahbaz ’19 Austin N. Shaw ’20 John G. Sheldon John Sheldon Mark and Carole Shepard Paula Hayes Sheridan ’65 Jim Sherwin Diane Maguire Sherwood ’66 Roy Shipley, Jr. Daniel and Barbara Shipman Kaleigh Ruffner Shuster ’11 Marion W. Siebert ’84 John L. Silk Sparten R. Silveri Savannah Simeone’21 Sara Simmers Claire Simmons Jeffrey J. Simon ’12 Lowry G. Sinn Katie Burns Sipe ’09 and Gregory A. Sipe ’14 Abigail Skatell ’21 Christiana M. Skrabak ’20 Ronald Slavin ’18 and Robbyn Slavin ’15 Mary Ralston Slavonia ’65 Mary Kostelnik Sloniger ’61 Barbara Ann Smelko, SC ’72 Kailyn Smiley ’20 E. Sharon Smith ’79 Terri Smith Sarah Smoker Deborah and Steven Snider


Freda Dings Snyder ’00 Jenna N. Snyder ’20 Robert and Ella Snyder Miriam R. Soisson, SC ’51 Susan Fligger Solo ’04 Cheryl R. Soltis Carolyn Sopko Susan B. Soule ’70 Bryce A. Spak ’18 Joan Winters Spatti ’68 Vernet Spence-Brown ’77 Timothy Spicher ’09 Rita J. Spisak ’77 Jennifer L. Sproull ’14 Caitlin Srager ’21 David St. Clair ’21 Justin M. Starkey ’09 Shara Rice Stefura ’01 Janice Malego Steinhagen ’79 Kathleen S. Steitler ’69 Arlene Couch Stephenson ’60 Valerie Schmid Stokes ’79 Suzanne Quinlan Stone ’72 Tiara K. Stossel ’14 Sarah Kocevar Strang ’79 Richard and Shawn Straub Jane Strittmatter ’07 Mary LaFata Stroffolino ’61 Edith Strong, SC ’67 Kris Strong Terri Strong Umari Stroud ’21

Carol Wilker Sullivan ’62 Rachel Sunday Valerie Susa ’15 Barbara R. Sutherin ’20 Paula Svidron Sarah Svidron Joanna Swauger Dorothy Donauer Sweeney ’69 Lori Swettlen ’01 Michaela Swift-Mellor ’21 Mary Ellen Sydavar-Russell and John Russell Paris Szalla ’21 Melissa Tamburrino Maria L. Tate Riley Tate ’21 Donna Macha Taylor ’70 Gordon Taylor Joani Kelly Terek ’93 Aleshia D. Thomas Daniel and Lynn Thomas Patricia Satryan Thomas ’58 Pamela Parrish Thomason ’83 Sandra Yowik Thomasson ’69 Antoinette Barila Thompson ’68 Kate Lintner Thorsen ’10 Erin Riggi Tiedeman ’04 Marjorie Tingle Flo Lavin Tito ’59 Morgan Toal Theresa Klosowski Tobin ’68 Barbara Hetzel Tocci ’64

Carl A. Tori Ty Trainor Bryce Tramuta Todd and Lisa Tramuta Sophie True Brian Tucker Michael J. Tulley, Jr. Lorraine Drnevich Turicik ’75 Jordyn Turner Dorcas Shick Tyson ’66 Gary and Heidi Tyson Violet Uram ’01 Kevin C. Urtz ’12 Victor Valdisera Patti Vance Suzan Vandertie ’67 Jeffrey Vargo Theresa Verteramo Varrato ’58 Anthony Venditti Kayleigh Ventrone ’21 Morgan A. Vincent ’21 David P. VonSchlichten ’19 and Kimberly VonSchlichten Garret B. Vrbanic ’17 Alexander Wade ’21 Chloe Walls Donald Waltz Laura Dzombak Warren ’80 Ralph T. Wasil ’98 Patricia A. Wasnesky ’95 Buck W. Watkins ’10 Zachary T. Weakland ’20

Jim and Beth Welsh Michael and Patricia Wheeler Josh Wilks ’11 London Williams Lynne E. Williams Mary Ann Winters, SC ’67 Darcy J. Wood ’08 James Wood Andrew Woodstuff ’21 Jacqueline Woodward Richard Woodward Mary Jo Repasky Wright ’68 AJ Wroblewski Daniel R. Wukich ’19 Shannon Yanek Leila Guzman Yeckley ’80 Alice A. Yezbak ’13 Laura Yoerg Amy Young ’21 Jeffrey Yurek ’21 Mary Lou Yurick ’72 Gina Rehberg Zagerman ’79 Heidi Zakrzewski ’02 James and Carolyn Zanardelli Michael Zang Mary Just Zappone ’71 Rosemarie Evankovich Zaydak ’77 Nicole Zeak Eleanor Ziegler Matthew and Lauren Zielinski Tyler J. Zimmer ’15 Mike and Penny Zimmerman

Kasey Storkel ’24 Seton Hill University had always been a consideration for Greensburg-native Kasey Storkel when applying to colleges because she wanted to stay close to home. Kasey also wanted a school with a great athletics program and tennis team because she had grown up playing the sport and always dreamed of playing at the collegiate level. A great Education program was also a must for Kasey as her career goal is to become a teacher. For Kasey, Seton Hill checked all these boxes and more. Kasey’s first year at Seton Hill was a bit challenging. Not only was she trying to adapt to college life, but she was doing it in the middle of a pandemic. Despite this, Kasey says her first year was very rewarding. “My professors were able to transform the learning environment during the pandemic to ensure we were connecting with our classmates, and Seton Hill has given me so many opportunities to get involved,” said Kasey. As a commuter student, Kasey was determined to connect with other students and the community. “I wanted to push myself to become more involved on campus and Seton Hill has given me so many opportunities to do so. She is currently involved with the Women’s Tennis Team, Student Ambassadors, the Education Club, and the Black Student Union. Kasey is looking forward to getting more involved on campus and remaining on the Dean’s List, which she was proud to attain during her first year at Seton Hill.

Nadia Dalson Stroz ’57 Kathryn Haas Stukus ’64 Gracie Stynchula ’21 Linda Sickler Suda ’77 Mary Ann Piskor Sullenberger ’68

+ Deceased

Ruth Tolbert ’90 Alexandra E. Tolle Grace Tolle Beth Tompkins Veronica Ascolese Tonkovic ’71

Margaret Markunas Weaver ’67 JoAnn Weber Meredith Weber Michele Lepus Weis ’84 Louise Parrish Wells ’65

Mary Jane Steib Zurcher ’08 Katie L. Zuzik ’12

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UNDERGRADUATE ALUMNI Class of 1926

Julia McGinniss McGowan +

Class of 1929

Emma McGinniss Powderly +

Class of 1941

Martha Whelan Murphy

Class of 1946

Mary Alice Jackson Boyle

Class of 1947 Rita Braun Ries

Class of 1948

HONOR ROLL OF DONORS 2020 – 2021

Seton Hill University is grateful to the following alumni for their contributions to the University between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021. Undergraduate alumni are listed by Class Year with graduate alumni listed under their area of study.

Mary Sullivan Couchenour Gertrude Tramonti Dobday Mary Alice Conway Gentry Becky T. Kerns Mary Elizabeth E. McIlvane Clara Durant Mignogna Mildred Richter Pietrangelo Barbara Nolan Reilly Alberta Previc Thokar

Class of 1949

Rosalia Carter Foy Eileen Kelly Garbarini Jean Vislay Klein +

Class of 1950

Mary O’Hare Smith + Mary Henn Swift Pauline Pelicano Territo

Class of 1951

Isabelle Flood Andrews Lorraine Vallari Gunset Elinor Fritschi Hill Rita Monastra Howell Irene Karolcik Kokuba Rosemary Petrosky Mazero Dorothy Del Bene Mohn Patricia Reilly-Letzkus Catherine Dorrian Reynolds Lorraine Verdi Riley Marie Vrable Schietroma Miriam Richard Soisson, SC Joan Dzmura Warzeski

Class of 1952

Betty Scheuermann Avis Mary Ann Roeser Gray Agnesmary Treanor Karol Florence Kunkle Laffoon Anita Lavin Manoli Nancy Smith O’Brien Carolyn Chorlton Parker Janet White Robinson Margaret Goldy Stanzione Patricia Bender Voltz

Class of 1953

Anonymous Mary Brennan Bullingham +

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Mary Ann Palmisano Burns Gail Harvey Geoghan + Beverly A. Spyropoulos + Mary Yeager Travers

Class of 1954

Joan Truax Avioli Mary Lee Gannon Krieg Delores Musarra Plunkett Mary Rillo Pruchnic

Class of 1955

Nadean Brdar Bovard Barbara Harman Christian Elizabeth Vreeland Craco Eileen Clahane Harte Patricia A. Landers Elizabeth B. McCarville Ann Killoran Millar Mary Ann Carrigan Russo Janet Gliedt Schneider Marietta Rossi Spotts Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley +

Class of 1956

Anonymous Nancy Verdon Appoldt Marilyn Connor Cassels Marie Smith Esselborn Hester Shockey Hemminger Anne Boitano Lynes Marilyn Komatz Mealy Anne Ruff Quirk Margaret O’Neil Reese Sally Healey Thomas

Class of 1957

Colleen Gill Andora Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga Joan T. Casale Sylvia Miller Clarke Joan Archard Cuttle Patricia Dugan Gorman Carol Taschler Harkins Barbara Binder Jones Mary Lou Cronin Kintz Joan Patchan Lunifeld Rosemarie Porto Marone Gail E. McCarthy Theresa Smarrella Metcalf Jacqueline Hume Mohn Katherine Coleman O’Brien Anita Schulte, SC Alyce Holden Sheridan Nancy J. Stoner Nadia Dalson Stroz Patricia Myers Strunk Ann Jones Vescial Patricia Didyoung Wentling

Class of 1958

Ellen Conway Bellone Mary Anne Bishop + Mary-Elizabeth Grimm Carroll Lynn Conroy Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian Mollie McGuire Huitema Marian Baumbach Jacq Joan Curley Kramer Mary Jane Maloney Leone

Joan Laverty Murphy Mary McNerney Murray Anne O’Neill O’Brien Nancy Favo Schepis Charlotte Dimond Smith Judith M. Stanley Patricia Satryan Thomas Theresa Verteramo Varrato

Class of 1959

Mary Dobson Adee Eleanor Freiberger Burns Kathleen Ferrari Catalano Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat Elizabeth Snayd Cook Lynn Breithaupt Dayton Carol Donohue DeRiggi Marie Secky Emanuel Mary Vetter Fette Carole Herwood Gilardi Louise Bord Hagstrom Diane Kastner Koch Jean Black Lorenzetti Lois Jones Maloy Agnes Flatley McClarnon Marlene Fiorelli Merryman Barbara McKenna Miller Jeanne Reichard Niklas Mary Helen O’Donnell, SC Annette Basilone Pasqual Kathleen Assini Perry Louanne Matoka Peterman Monica Martyak Petrick Peggy Hammill Polito Kay Rubright Rinko Mary Wilson Risewick Gretchen Behringer Schofield Nona Corbett Schonbachler Louise Ferrante Tanney Flo Lavin Tito Caroline Ayars Treiber Kathleen Keally Voigt Lovenia Deconge Watson

Class of 1960

Martha Imlay Bernardi Marie Merriman Best Sondra Herring Bisignani Elizabeth Deignan Budney Priscilla Crowe Burt Mary Ann Fury Calabrase Patricia Bolosky DeRosa Sylvia Bachert Forsyth Virginia Taylor Gibson Colette Hanlon, SC Joanne Salvador Highberger Anne Buck Hoag Dolores Sharbaugh Jankosky Marie Boucek Kazmierczak Sheila Reilly Knoth Frances Howard Marze Rosemary McGeary Patricia Morgan McGrath Maria Mickwitz Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan Elaine B. Organek Noreen Farrell Parris Kathleen Kumer Rooney Mildred Wassil Saxman Kay Shotts Shedwick


Jeanette Mager Sheridan Mary Kostelnik Sloniger Arlene Couch Stephenson Mary Jane Gresser Webster

Class of 1961

Madeleine Benoit Beck Marian Haley Beil Judith Chiari Caudill Mary Louise Shapiro Feindt Virginia Motsay Fossaceca Daryl Zwigart Kezell Mary Lou Hamill Kilian Bernice Ferrante Lewis Anne Ende McGervey Beverly McDade Mulholland Mary Ann Joyce Oesterle Andrea M. Pascale Mary Ann Farrell Price Julianne E. Carr Ryan Anita DiBagno Smolenski Theresa Wathne Stanley-Simaner Mary LaFata Stroffolino Patricia Holzshu Trichtinger

Class of 1962

Mary Ann Crenner Aug Phyllis Sheehan Bambeck Patricia Cabrey Sara Gill Cutting Gemma R. Del Duca, SC Patricia Fitzgerald Engel Margaret Rooney Goldstein Patrice Hughes, SC Kathleen O’Neil Isleib Ruth Dowling Kelly Carolyn Allgeier Melby Kathleen A. O’Brien-Powell Martha Lawson Reber Jacqueline Bifano Scholar Marianne Drott Squyres Carol Wilker Sullivan

Class of 1963

Eleanor Coyne Patricia Marchant Curtin Judith Fitzpatrick Davis Sara Jane McNally Eusebi Mary Jo George Jackie Coy Givins Brigid Marie Grandey, SC Roberta Sordi Harper Nancy Boerio Iorizzo Rosemary Vallozzi Kampo Marilyn Moran Lanz Joan Suda Lindsey Sally Lyon Loughran Clara A. Macko Geraldine Frances Marr, SC Rosemrie Rzasa Phaneuf Elizabeth Cetola Pietruska Frances Planinsek Carol Zeck Ponzio Patricia Garvey Regan Mary Frances Huth Robey Carol Miller Stillwagon Rosemary Scott Suess Lou Anne Wilks Swetonic Ann E. Nicoletti Zowine

+ Deceased

Class of 1964

Elizabeth McDonough Baker Patricia L. Barey Mary Elizabeth Reilly Barrett Robin Heffernan Beck Elise Perisino Bizup Sharon Brewer Therese Burson Virginia D’Emidio Cannon Arlene Carapellucci Carmichael

Rose Baran Colletti Mary Ann Corbo Connors Adelle Schmalzried Dawson Sheila K. Delaney Barbara Denny Dorothy Dolan, SC Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly Ellen Lally Farrell Sally Conroy Fullman Roberta Fitzgerald Grant

Mary Egan Gutenberger Norene Halvonik Bonnie J. Harshbarger Jean Dziak Hobert Brenda Bergquist Kessler Ann Koziar Laurene DiGennaro Kristof Maureen McCarthy Lamberti Demerese Madden Lomond Barbara Edwards MacKenzie

Elizabeth Murphy Durishan ’71 Establishes Scholarship to Celebrate 50th Reunion Elizabeth Murphy Durishan ’71 and her husband, Mark, have established the Edward H. and Gertrude Murphy Scholarship for students majoring in elementary education in honor of the former educator’s parents and in celebration of her 50th reunion from Seton Hill.

Mark and Elizabeth Murphy Durishan ’71

“It was at the suggestion of my husband since it was both our 50th wedding anniversary coming up and my 50th college reunion,” Elizabeth said. “We had two 50ths coming up, so he thought it was a good idea to start a scholarship at Seton Hill, and I said, ‘Absolutely, yes.’”

An English major with a minor in elementary education, Elizabeth decided that the scholarship should assist students majoring in education, “which is near and dear to me.” “People with Seton Hill values will be out extending those values in the classroom,” she said. “Next to family members, the teacher is the person who has a big influence on a child’s life. That person should be of a good character as well as able to teach a good subject.” Elizabeth named the scholarship for her parents because they sacrificed to give her the opportunity for a college education, she said. “My mother did without things, and so did my father, so that I could go to such a nice school. That’s the idea of the scholarship – to help someone who deserves it and wouldn’t be able to get this education and is only being held back by financial need.” The Durishans are not new to philanthropy as Gertrude and Edward Murphy Mark Durishan, a 1970 graduate of St. Vincent College, established the Loretta Durishan Scholarship at St. Vincent Seminary in honor of his mother, who volunteered at the seminary for many years. A native of Rockville Centre, N.Y., Elizabeth enrolled at Seton Hill at the suggestion of her father’s cousin, Dorothy, whose husband, Dan Carr, was an associate professor of chemistry. She had not set foot on campus before her first day as a freshman and found it to be as impressive as a novelist’s depiction of a country estate. “It made me think of the (Daphne du Maurier) novel ‘Rebecca,’ when she first arrived at Manderley,” Elizabeth recalled. “I thought it was beautiful.” She and Mark met at a mixer held by the two colleges when she was a freshman and Mark was a sophomore. After Elizabeth graduated the couple got engaged, and she returned to her hometown in New York to teach school for a year. They married in 1972 and moved to Pittsburgh where Mark worked in health care finance and Elizabeth taught for six years in the former Churchill School District. Soon after their first son was born, a job change for Mark took the family to Bryn Mawr, near Philadelphia, where their second son was born. After 17 years there, new job opportunities took them to Minneapolis, then Milwaukee. The couple now reside in Charleston, S.C. Through her college days, her years of teaching and a family life that spans several states, Elizabeth has carried the values she learned at Seton Hill. “When I graduated, I felt well-prepared to be a well-rounded person, not just a well-rounded teacher,” she said. “Seton Hill encouraged values that they still encourage to this day. Aren’t we glad these are the people they’re sending out into the world?”

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Barbara Miller, SC Diana Murphy-Greiner Mary Ann Campalong Myhre Mary Ellen Hau Nemo Paula Kiles Newman Rachel Noblett Patricia Dreistadt Policastro Grace Hoover Puterman Gail Vermilyea Quigley Elaine Higgins Rogers Jeraldine Stein Romeo Mary-Ann Kerekes Salvatore 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

Class of 1965

Anne Murray Belz Barbara Saglime Block Patricia Bytnar Cahill Rita Wathne Carr Jeanne Schneider Cerce Judith Abell Crowninshield Joan Pilarski Daley Mary Ann Gabig Eubanks Ellen Phillips Fletcher Patricia Acquaviva Gabow Suzanne Curran Gaertner Nancy Flowers Geist Linda Y. Gouaze Victoria Marie Gribschaw, SC Janet Hinderer Kearns Rosemarie Palko Kovarcik Linda New Levine Kathleen Morsey Looney Alice Hau McCarthy Ruth Conley McDonald Janet Mooney McGehean Mary Ann Mogus Elizabeth Hards Murphy Monica Magda Null Mary Diederich Ott Jeanne Wood Pecsek Elizabeth Plavcan Sarson Mary Elizabeth Schrei, SC Donna Sheridan Paula Hayes Sheridan Mary Ralston Slavonia Anna Marie Tempero Joan Mihalcik Toohey Sheila Lonergan Ward Geraldine Nasiatka Welch Louise Parrish Wells Eleanor Berg Wisniewski

Class of 1966

Carol J. Aldridge Deborah Streza Bray Carolyn Zappone D’Astolfo Martha Tecca DelPizzo Rita Taylor Fitzpatrick Elizabeth Kelleher Fogarty Anne Dawgert Franchak Irene Graboski Galloway Mary Margaret Flatley Green

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Barbara Dorsner Hazelton Jeanne Marie Pauvlik Helmcke Mary Jo Ward Hottenstein Nancy Ritz Hudson Mary Ann Conway Itts Judy Maciag Kelley Janet Porvaznik Lomicka Loretta Trese Maley Mary Pat Reidy Mayer Catherine F. Mickolay LuAnn A. Mostello Nancy Donoughe Mueller Cathy McGlinchey Neal Gloria Prevenslik Diane Maguire Sherwood Ellen McGuire Smith MaryKat Mackowski Sundahl Dorcas Shick Tyson

Class of 1967

Anonymous Annette Buchwalder Arnold Joan Bonanno Ballash Karen Altenderfer Cordaro Mary Ann G. Corr, SC Christine McIlvaine Creegan Patricia Wesner Gill Peggy Murphy Grace M. Victoria Klopsch Greene Marjorie C. Gross Marie Cillaroto Grubin Julia Collins Guarnieri Lee Hansen Harrison Patricia Hogan Andrew Mary Horvath, SC Phylis Pietrusza Levino Vivien Linkhauer, SC Karen Puskar Lippany Mary Norbert Long, SC Cecilia Maljan-Herbelin Margaret J. McKinley Ann Mikulski Moore Margaret Schroeder Murphy Irene O’Brien Nunn Maureen O’Brien, SC Karen Kucinski Palochik + Mary Anne Marcinizyn Pendola Nancy Frank Perunko Barbara Middendorf Prince Frances Sabol Sheffler Edith Strong, SC Judith Zanone Tedford Linda Conroy Thornley Charlotte Oliwa Toal Suzan Vandertie Margaret Markunas Weaver Patricia Lamb Whipkey Mary Ann Winters, SC

Class of 1968

Susan Aljoe Rosina DiAbundo Anthony Barbara Krochonis Bagay Genevieve McNally Becker Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo Barbara Bensel Blasi Mary Ann Fisher Buck Elaine Barno Closser Ann Nokes Crane Patricia A. Dangelo

Joan Balcavage Doolittle Marjorie Eckman Dolores Krasovec Fernandez Darlene Ferrante Doris S. Fiorentino Lois Hutchin Fornes Jane Duffy Frenke Joan Malek Gmiter Danielle R. Goyette Carol Guglielm Diana Gullette-Lloyd Dorothy McKool Hazen Patricia Breene Hipkins Karen Alsbaugh Hoffman Theresa Helinsky Jaworski Janis Mancuso Jensen Monica M. Kolasa Carol Ann Leshock Bernadette Malinoski Carol McKool Marlin Virginia Segedy McConnell Kathleen Talley McKenna Kathleen Murphy Meyers Angela Mudrak M. Diane Adley O’Malley Nancy C. O’Neill-Ahearn Joy Cocchiola Pankin Gloria Fiorelli Pollock Joanne Dobson Pontani Dorothea Kuehne Ross Patricia Coons Rumon Mary Lou Kerr Sarber Judith A. Slack Joan Winters Spatti Maureen Malley Squires Patricia Hayes Stack Mary Piskor Sullenberger Ellen Newmyer Sullivan Diane Planisek Summey Antoinette Barila Thompson Theresa Klosowski Tobin Ann Trexler Kathryn Istvan Valero Susan Dzurisin White Mary Jo Repasky Wright Louisa Wilson Zadecky Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko

Class of 1969

Margaret Allen-Malley Jane Ward Austin Katherine Donahue Bell Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue Sandra Burin Bobick Mary Susan Bradley Susan Mary Cummings Linda J. Delia Melanie DiPietro, SC Dorothy Schmadel Egbert Linda Burke Falcone Margaret Marcinizyn Fischbeck Bernadette Fondy + Rosemary C. Franca Patricia A. Gentzel Joan Gibel Patricia H. Holliday Marissa Rivera Huttinger Marilyn Maloy Kline Mary Ann Manzi Klingel Regina Kennison Kraus

Lenore Parrott Luckey Bonnie Claar Madre Mary Jane Reid Maidment Joanne Roberts McBriarty Christine Weniger McDermott Kate Moloney Ruth Morris Gail Clougherty Moses Kathleen J. Motil Janice Flood Nichols Belinda Bruck Norton Margaret Bergin O’Connor Marjorie DiRisio Orlando Anne Marie Palumbo Beatrice Ann Parenti, SC Joan L. Pesata Mary Jane Kirschner Peterson Nancy Grieco Pfeiffer Barbara Kutch Pryle Virginia O. Ramsey Patricia Reilly Michele Moore Ridge Peggy M. Rudberg Donna Schafer Kathleen S. Steitler Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon Dorothy Donauer Sweeney Sandra Yowik Thomasson Joyce Petrosky Trew Susan A. Turner Mary Jane Eisenbart Vignovic Patricia Cosgrove Young

Class of 1970

Penny Heller Barg Pamela M. Basista Sara Beatrice Kathy Haughey Boss Jane Halligan Claesgens Kathleen Kowalewski Clark Janet M. Corpora Nellie A. Costabile Carole Strojan de Triquet Lorraine Bartolozzi DeAngelo Carla Harrison Duls Janet Gaffney Dunstan Barbara A. Erny Cynthia Ralston Gerken Mary Beth Gray Gigler Josephine Hamrock Hamer Inez Avalos Heath Barbara Nosal Heinze Mary Sue Hyatt Suzanne Strapac Jackson Linda Stark Jensen Carol McLaughlin Kenney Patricia Mooney Loucks Angela K. Lutze Michele Carlino Lutzow Paula Seabol Maloney Nancy McCloy Karen Lagan McNamara Jovita Baratta Minnich Karen O’Meara O’Connell Susan Printy Julia Karnes Quigley JoAnne Duca Rugh Kathleen Dziuban Scott Katherine Klopsch Siler Rosemary Blum Smith


Susan B. Soule Donna Macha Taylor Jaclyn Murton Walters Juliette Hau Wilson JoEllen DiGirolamo Yeasted Carol Corsetti Zeitler

Class of 1971

Mary Kay Deane Anderson Maryan Kurp Baughman Joanne Caterino Beckjord Susan Lanz Beresik Eileen M. Brophy Jacqueline Mikulka Burgeson Charlotte Rundel Cronauer Kathleen M. Daley Susan DelVecchio Elizabeth Murphy Durishan Anita Foley Flaherty Carolyn A. Fronapel Helen Kuhn Gavigan Brenda Williams Grubisic Grace Hartzog, SC Wilda K. Kaylor Mary Louise Kundrat Margaret Speicher Larrimore Margaret Zimmerlin Lope Mary Kennedy Brittain Mahoney Janet Nipaver Martha Nancy G. McGaw Kathleen McGrady, SC Catherine Meinert, SC Kathryn Mihalcik Moore Margaret Grieder Mulcahy Margaret M. Munley Joan Facchine Myers Mary Ann Neely Earlene Wright O’Hare Marylu Hourigan Perchak Suzanne M. Plesha Stephanie J. Powers Gloria Dauchess Ruchanan Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle Eileen Cline Ryan Susan B. Scheuring Linda W. Schweitzer Linda Schrock Smith Kathryn Brennan Tarantino Veronica Ascolese Tonkovic Kathleen Polonus Waddell Kathleen Weidner Mary Just Zappone

Class of 1972

Anne T. Brower Elly Sparks Brown Sharon Hernjak Caba Catherine Gornik Dolfi Elizabeth A. Dundus Marian Shaheen Eskay Charlotte Brady Ferrarie Deborah Clarchick Finnegan Jane Gilchrist Rebecca Graham Mary Ann Perlick Humphery Susan E. Hutchins Kathy Hutter Katarski Mary Neal Masters Colleen Brown Matsik Cheryl Maurana + Deceased

Lynn H. Palmer M. Ellen Steward Pentz Anita Pohland RuthAnn Fischer Ranker Elizabeth Scott Raveche Ellen Schneider Richards Stephanie J. Roelker Catherine Lee Rosenblum Ellen Uschak Schimpf Nancy Finke Sheehan Barbara Ann Smelko, SC Katherine Schenck Smith Suzanne Quinlan Stone Patricia Walker Thornton Candice McMullen Whitsel M. Patricia Patterson Woodard Mary Lou Yurick Mary Anne O’Connor Zeller

Denise C. Bobincheck Bibiana Boerio Juliana Boerio-Goates Virginia Clark Susan Bozzo Curfman Charlotte Westhoven Deer Linda Martin Dudzinsky Mary Kehoe Fay Summer Garland Friedlander Jeanne Landolfi Karen Fisher O’Connor Lorraine Sciacca-Finch Linda Gioia Simon Karen Herda Stiteler Mary Hager Tambellini Lorraine Drnevich Turicik Nancy Zilner Weir Christina Nelson Wilson

Class of 1973

Class of 1976

Jeanne Gruber Bratsafolis Johnette Zappone DeRose Carmine Coco De Young Christine A. Dziedzina Mary Ann Abel Ferguson Jonnie Guerra Mary Beatrice Haider Christine Frederick Janove Jane Daum Kadlubek Alice Kaylor Cordelia Gallo Lindsay Karen Kurek Lynch Kathleen Lenzi Mascelli Jacqueline Driscoll McNamara Deborah Palanko Mikita Gail Minor Linda M. Misterkiewicz Patricia Fajerski O’Hanlon Susan Pipak Owens Cathy Plesha Mary Ann Noroski Scully Carol V. Seirup Cyndra Beattie Sellari Patrice A. Tedescko Roseann Funari Tedesco Kathy Marie Kwapisz Walter

Class of 1974

Kathleen Appugliese Maraie-France Laurent Bailey Vanessa Ruffin Colbert Rosemary L. Corsetti Marcia Taylor Dent Elizabeth DiCamillo Kathleen L. Fenelon Linda Fiorelli Jacqueline Kendrick Gravell Linda Liedke Griffiths Katherine O. Haile Pamela Jewett Isley Geraldine McKenna Jacoby Janet Bender Jacoby Joanne Raneri Phillips Mary Kathryn Norton Ridenour Deborah Englert Tripod Jackie Jackman Werth Roberta Niton Winwood

Class of 1975

Barbara Brenholts Berendt

Marcia Marciniak Auth Cynthia Wills Black Marian Gasbarro Cadwallader Paula A. Carpentieri Eileen Elchin Ciccotelli Mary Dawn Adair Dumm Dawn Parsley Himler Elizabeth Kramer Lyng Carol C. Mahoney Maureen Speicher Marshall Marti Blackson Meerscheidt Barbara H. Nakles Kathleen Furgerson Nowicki Andrea Chontos Peters Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo Linda Whitehead Somerville Rosemary Cala Tobelmann Donna Germano Uhrinek Donna C. Winters

Class of 1977

Mary Jo Ruefle Brecht Carol Akerman Cortese Therese L. duBreuil Bonnie Mesaros Ferris Ellen Federici Fowler Cynthia Olenick Franzi Kristen Fisher Hauger Kathleen A. Huth Barbara McDermott Cheryl A. Napsha Mary Ciarrocca Pendleton Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich Madelyn Smoody Setterberg Vernet Spence-Brown Rita J. Spisak Elizabeth Duval Spotts Kathy Luketich Stem Linda Sickler Suda Susan Marie Yochum, SC Rosemarie Evankovich Zaydak

Class of 1978

Barbara Gaynord Aho Jane Ann Bielecki Susan Brabant-Baxter LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher Linda Dumbris Linda C. Earnest Joanne D’Itri Fantone

Denise V. Ferris Debra L. Guerrini Lynda J. Guzik Mary Kay Prokopik Guzik Deborah T. Holnaider Mary C. Juhas Molly Glock O’Hara Lucinda Gray Painter Kathleen Rylander Sarniak-Tanzola Barbara Bifulco Skonieczki Patricia A. Smiy Gail H. St. Clair Susan L. Tarasevich

Class of 1979

Anonymous Paula Schmidt Ausserer D. Renee Bork Celeste Bowler Christine Delegram Farrell Elizabeth Spina Grinnell Mary Gast Hafner Felicia Janssen Hines Jean M. Hufnagel Katherine Sheridan Johnson Elizabeth M. Juhas Christine Braunegg Kennedy Deborah M. Molini Kraus Maryann Stefanacci Lazzaro Joan L. Manoli Maureen Foy Mathews Lynn R. McMillen Jeanne T. Monoski Colleen Claybaugh Murray Alice R. Murtha Chris Yurick Piper E. Sharon Smith Janice Malego Steinhagen Valerie Schmid Stokes Sarah Kocevar Strang Catherine Gamble Thomson Gina Rehberg Zagerman

Class of 1980

Rosemary Baldi Barton Clare Woshner Budd Charlene L. Burns Kathleen M. Campbell Valerie Harpel Carter Roxane Maciasz Connors Denise Cortis Marilyn L. Cutshall Mary C. Davin Margaret DiVirgilio Sandra P. Haye Claire Heiser Lisa Steck Helsel Vickie Valles Joseph Natalie Robertshaw Kelley Mary Ann Kelly Kathleen Madigan Mary C. McCormack Paulette Schutter Pipher Roxanne L. Rinier Cynthia Meyer Sabik Mary G. Skubak Kathleen Smith-Delach Laura Dzombak Warren Leila Guzman Yeckley

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Class of 1981

Laurie Ann Carroll Mary Jane Gross Clark Maureen Owens Dodson Christina Benamati Doll + Diane Sandzimier Figg Barbara Cippel Grinnen Kathryn Kochanowski Hemlick Judith Miller Maher Susan M. McClarren Sally Aurelio Novak Teresa Emricko Perez Marian Gross Piet Paula Stewart Piper Gemma Gigliotti Rasmus Ann O’Connor Von Hagel

Class of 1982

Janine Colbert Bell Victoria Bleyer Leslie Martinelli Cyr Margaret M. DiNinno Daune Cavalier Hickey Theresa M. Kashin Janice Rohal Kenney Michelene Weber Kossol Dianne E. Malone Janet Grassel Pinedo Tammy Kowalchick Rullo Rebecca Russell Stella M. Stott Bridget S. Widdowson

Class of 1983

Carmen Rivera Bauza Sharon H. Carpenter Denise Troll Covey Carissa Ann Aloisi Gans Carol Claybaugh Haskins Alice Hilliard Lieb Marian Madden, SC Marta Maxwell Maher + Sharon Donaldson Marks Jeanne Painter Powanda Carol Carpinelli Rencheck Jacqueline Jablonsky Skiple Ellen Marie Smith Pamela Parrish Thomason Mary Donnelly Worden Suzanne McGowan Wright Lou Ann Braden Zeigler

Class of 1984

Karen Barkac Suzanne M. Brannagan Corinne Volk Hall Teresa L. Krivacsy Barbara Blazek Lavelle Nancy S. Mears Teresa Marie Neff Barbara-Jean Lewis Ottley Maria Sarneso Pieffer Beverly S. Pultz Lisa A. Scales Marion W. Siebert Nancy J. Sprock MiRan Cho Surh Michele Lepus Weis Jessica Ybanez-Morano

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Class of 1985

Traci Ann Bechtold Cikins Dawn Bulas Davoli Angela Lancaster Fetchero Janice Burkhardt Hylton-Tischler Joy Jenko Merusi Joan Leonard Ohi Laura Harpel Phipps Margaret R. Stubbs

Class of 1986

Jill G. Bell Mary Joan Bohince Brideweser Traci Hake Carter Maria Frederick Farneth Cheryl McClain Kerry McGarty Neville Veronica M. Rist Lisa Rosko Kelley Murray Skoloda

Class of 1987

Andrea E. Bongivengo-Englehart Kimberly Nath Bringe Sonya Welesko Buerger Laura Heming-Berry Barbara Travers Jentes Sharon L. Leeman Helene Karasek Paharik Lisa Chilcoat Pate Kimberly Swanson Pellicer Nancy Rashlich Pollak J. Elaine Resnick Maura Barry Salins

Class of 1988

Juliann Pavlasky Brier Lisa Ciuca Carino Kathleen A. Garde Maurann Vargo Hakun Anne Emsurak Keeney Vicky M. Krug Anita Leonard Iva Munk Carol Mulholland Scanga Carmela Tempero Stephanie Riley Turin Mary Memmi Wallace

Class of 1989

Karen M. Fanale Martha R. Hawk Donna Campbell King Lorna Ocker Kotlin Laura Kampo Lennon Lisa M. Tyson

Class of 1990

Lorrie J. Adler Maureen Delaney Brant Laurie H. Brelsford Susan T. Cottom Debra Hajas Forsha Patricia Clawson Isenhour Carol A. Jacobelli Gina Carrick Lindenfeldar Linda G. Mitchell Sandra L. Oskin Lisa Bisignani Scott

Ruth R. Tolbert Veronica Campbell Zappia

Class of 1991

Joann Grieco James L. Heenan Amy Bisceglia Kline Martina Owens Mandella Barbara Martinelli Rupal J. Patel Maureen Collins Ruschak Rosanne H. Sandolfini Diana H. Shutt Carol A. Steinmetz

Class of 1992

Rebecca R. Ackerman Mary Kay Agamedi Cooper Sharla B. Gilson Susan L. Harkema Elizabeth A. Harr JoAnn T. Harr Jodee Harris Yoko Imamura Linda Durick Jeffery Michele Kania Mitchell

Class of 1993

Ranae W. Covey Christine Geary Ehman Bridget Sutton Fulmer Angela Mennow Kozlowski D. Jean Owens Joani Kelly Terek

Class of 1994

Giovanna M. Rivera Genard Rachel Kautz Lambert Valerie Timko Lambert Gertrude S. Myers Barbara A. Tompko Michelle Samarin Unruh Wei Zhang

Class of 1995

Carol J. Billman Jill M. Croushore Irene J. Eyer Glenda Testa Gebert Tanya J. Moximchalk Jennifer Bowman Palangio Rebecca McClenahan Reifer Lula M. Sweeney Patricia A. Wasnesky

Class of 1996

Bronwyn Troll Korchnak Talib Nichiren Melissa Pasquinelli Jill Dunmire Siddiq

Class of 1997

Norma Jean Agona Joyce Novotny-Prettiman Michaela Zlnayova

Class of 1998

James Dunlap Walter M. Grushesky

Michel Pawlosky Maiers Kimberly Barkley Megonnell Kary Coleman Milan James P. Murray, III Carl Neighbors Christine L. Vucinich Quinones Jacquelyn M. Smith Ralph T. Wasil Irene M. Wattay

Class of 1999

Renee Kubicki Anderegg Patricia Bradley Francesca Cantarini Mary Ross Cox Sandra Dietrich Mary Luthy Sullivan Anne M. Urban

Class of 2000

Sheila M. Angel Lisa Bihon Basinger Melissa E. Bednar Jody Evans Dlugos Andrea Kopcak Patricia G. Manno Denise Hildrich Mesina Amy Opsitnick Yvonne Phillips Freda Dings Snyder Karin Danser Thompson

Class of 2001

Kelly Wilson Ballard Janis Firestone Donna Hixson Annette Modar Holder Barbara Norris Laurie K. Peddicord Allison Wyzkiewicz Sasso Brenda Shaffer Shara Rice Stefura Lori Swettlen Violet Uram Judith A. Zorichak

Class of 2002

Demetra Chengelis Czegan Christin L. Hanigan Shaun Keenan Lora Kendi-Newcomer Dianna Thomas Marusko Stacey Sanders Heidi Zakrzewski

Class of 2003

Krista Boyer Robert W. Errett Shelby Hott Cortni McGinnis Junko Christa Link Leighty Melissa Miller Tammy Noss

Class of 2004

Toni L. Brubaker Jessica Picklo Jennifer Reifsteck Susan Fligger Solo


Virginia Stump Erin Tiedeman

Class of 2005

Brian Frye Diane Marie Hammerle James R. Howell Lisa A. Kifer Ryanne Forcht Palermo

Class of 2006

Heather Kring Fazzi Cynthia J. Ferrari Lauren M. Wassil Harrall Richard Hoff Maryann P. Huk Joseph G. McGough Justin D. Norris Alanna Daniels Parsons Karen L. Sistek Joshua K. Sobota

Class of 2007

Richard E. Austin Kathy J. Baum Constance C. Beckel Carrie L. Caroselli Daryl P. Ferguson Chad M. Fitzgerald Brandon G. Flythe Faith Simmons George Bryan M. Harmon Jamie Clark Harmon Jerry V. Harness, Jr. Whitney Nash Harness Ashley A. Hott Steven Long James H. Pirlo Jane Strittmatter Cory J. Weibel

Class of 2008

Tyler J. Anderson Nicole Pergar Garrity Sean T. Garrity Mary Gornick Philomena A. Hanson Meredith E. Harber Michelle M. LaRue Matthew T. McCune Matthew S. Nelson Joshua D. Pratt Jasmin Sadikovic Vanessa L. Valerio Stephen G. Walker Brandon M. Whitfield Darcy J. Wood Mary Jane Steib Zurcher

Class of 2009

Erica Hainesworth Adams Jason J. Crighton Liam R. D’Aoust Daniel I. Day Danielle M. Day Matthew C. Deemer Andrew R. DeMase Albert C. Erni Shawn C. Fink Marlene K. Grasha + Deceased

Adam Haas Mark A. Hartz Jarrett L. Highsmith Heather Patterson Jones Tyler J. Jones Doug Krivda Michael P. McCarthy Mary Clark Neumann Andrew J. Poye Gregory A. Sell Katie M. Sipe Ellen J. Fisher Sobota Justin M. Starkey

Class of 2013

Emily Sangermano Belsito Kevin T. Cala Alissa Jones Carbaugh Robert D. Carbaugh Brad L. Comport Elizabeth S. Cumming Alexi J. Darr Anthony J. DiPerna Melanie K. Leaseburg Natasha Nichols Maglione Corey-Barron Rogers

Cecelia V. Ducar Penelope Fjellanger Luke D. Lewis Brendon Mendelson Evan T. Myers Nick P. Neferis Alexis C. Petrarca Megan Warman Pettke Shane W. Pettke Bryce A. Spak Sean E. Stanners Daniel R. Wukich

Class of 2010

Class of 2014

Paige N. Alviani Katherine M. Bloomgren Megan P. Cala Lee S. Carrozza Jacob E. Corrick John O. Dalton Carolyn Bringe Domasky Alexander H. Hill Brandon Jossey Sonya J. Laird Patrick P. McCarthy Gregory A. Sipe Tiara K. Stossel

Class of 2019

Erin Albert Christopher R. Bartko Thomas E. Caruso Joseph M. Catalano Andrew R. DiNardo Erika N. McCarthy Christy McHugh Justin M. Menefee Elizabeth M. Rettger Marie M. Salguero Kate Lintner Thorsen Patrick J. Trettel Buck W. Watkins

Class of 2011

Stephanie Isacco Beck Greg L. Chaples Kyrsti Sowers Davis Thomas DeAngelis Ronald T. DiBiase Colleen D. Ereditario Kristen Frick Daniel R. Grosso El’Vonda Jacobs Michael L. Kaplan Vincent H. Maglione Jennifer Makowski David A. McCarthy Jacquelyn Fontana McCarthy Aaron Pascazi Corey D. Queen Daniel J. Ruby Jacob M. Sasso Kaleigh Ruffner Shuster Jessica Thomas Brian Warheit Josh Wilks Douglas Wood

Class of 2012

Jaclyn M. Fawcett Bartko Michael D. Belsito Nathan A. DeFilippi Joshua M. Logan Amanda Malkowski Patrick F. McClure Michael A. McCullough Jessica A. Meissner Jonathan W. Murphy Jeffrey J. Simon Kevin C. Urtz Amanda Willard Margaret Zelenak Katie L. Zuzik

Class of 2015

Haley W. Burns Anthony J. DeSana William T. Jones Brittany M. Miller Marc A. Piche Robbyn J. Slavin Valerie Susa Tyler J. Zimmer

Class of 2016

Saige A. Baxter Nicholas Exposito Anthony J. Fanelli Zachary J. Heide Erik Hultgren Nancy Ligus Hayley J. Little Nicole M. Makos Samuel Mattei Michele Mellick Kelsey Riker Breanna Kelly Salvio Timothy Schreiber Brett M. Smith

Class of 2017

Daniel Baughman Elena M. Falgione Zachary J. Martinelli Dave M. Offner Alexis Petach Zachary J. Voytek Garret B. Vrbanic Brandon Wright

Class of 2018

Kristen M. Barczynski Anthony Camasso Joseph A. Cillo Brett D. Cuddy

Nicole Castelli Andrew DeSana Timothy F. Deyell Kaitlyn A. Ellsworth Kaitlyn Germanoski Tyler L. Graham Raymond E. Harrold Mackenzie A. Kilduff Sarah M. McGowan Collin P. Mitchell Paige D. Parise William B. Rabuck Brittney Racioppo Shahzib Shahbaz Emma E. Simmers Paul I. Sturm Rodney Sunday

Class of 2020

Fardan R. Allen Ryan M. Barabe Isabella C. Battiata Rachael A. Bowers Tasha N. Brownfield Molly E. Carbone Skye N. Christian Kaitlyn E. Davis Parker E. Denny Gianna R. Donate Madeline E. Kocur Baylee A. Musser Austin N. Shaw Christiana M. Skrabak Kailyn Smiley Jenna N. Snyder Barbara R. Sutherin Zachary T. Weakland

Class of 2021

Jordan Barzensky Angela Beall Kayleah Beedon Maria Blasioli Ashley N. Bomer Julian Boykins Tyler Bryant Zackery Carl Emily Caruso Sidney Chapman Madison Clark Joseph Constantin Tyler Conville Teddy DiSanti Taylor Ednie Joshua Esch Samantha Estupinian

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Mikaela Fitzpatrick Isabel Gabin Abraham Gibson Skyla Greco Donald Hamilton Thomas Hanulak Madison Harry Roger Hayden Emily Hazlett Nicole Hicks Caitlynn Hirak Shannon Hubble Cayci Ings Miracle Jackson Hannah Judy Rocco Kempa Hyunme Kim, SC Lauren Kosslow Kristina Lindauer Kyle Lovisone Jessie Malone Alvin Maloy Brianna Marks CeCelia Martz Anna McClain Nichole McClendon Olivia McNulty Sierra Megonnell Rebecka Meyer Stephanie Midgett Kylie Moffat Naina Navalgund Mark Nealon Julianna Nichols Allison Pavlan Geno Petrarca Noah Ponko Sven Rabsahl Brittany Ramsey Matt Sanchez Faith Saulsberry Diana Savchuk Isabelle Schroeder Savannah Simeone Abigail Skatell Sarah Smoker Caitlin Srager David St. Clair Umari Stroud Gracie Stynchula Michaela Swift-Mellor Paris Szalla Riley Tate Morgan A. Vincent Alexander Wade London Williams Andrew Woodstuff Amy Young Jeffrey Yurek

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GRADUATE ALUMNI Master’s Program in Education Paige N. Alviani ’17 Janine Colbert Bell ’11 Alissa Jones Carbaugh ’14 Dyan Joyce Centofanti ’01 Brad L. Comport ’15 Daniel I. Day ’11 Deborah Donahue ’07 Jordan K. Gibbs ’21 Steven Long ’10 Michael P. McCarthy ’12 Jennifer Bowman Palangio ’06 Deborah Pavetti ’04 Todd Welsh ’06 Brandon M. Whitfield ’10

Master’s Program in Business Administration Bonnie E. Barnhart ’07 Michael D. Belsito ’13 Jeffrey Bogdan ’00 Rachael A. Bowers ’21 Krista Boyer ’07 Vivian Boyer ’00 Jason W. Burger ’19 Melissa Bytner ’21 Anthony Camasso ’19 Greg L. Chaples ’12 Thomas DeAngelis ’14 Andrew R. DeMase ’11 Carolyn Domosky Bringe ’15 Robert W. Errett ’12 Anthony J. Fanelli ’18 Penelope Fjellanger ’19 Matthew J. Galando ’04 Glenda Testa Gebert ’00 Kaitlyn Germanoski ’20 Whitney Nash Harness ’09 Jerry V. Harness, Jr.’09 Mark A. Hartz ’11 Donna Hixson ’04 Annette Modar Holder ’11 Deborah Torock Holnaider ’08 Brandon Jossey ’16 Linda J. Kosko ’14 Luke D. Lewis ’19 Patrick P. McCarthy ’17 Megan Purcell McClure ’13 Brendon Mendelson ’20 Susan Mignogna ’10 Kourtney A. Miller ’20 Margaret Grieder Mulcahy ’10 Jackie D. Myers ’09 Michael Neumann ’10 Yvonne J. Phillips ’04 Jessica Picklo ’08 Andrew J. Poye ’10 Corey D. Queen ’13 Jasmin Sadikovic ’09 Roberto B. Saenz ’07 Brenda Shaffer ’04 Shahzib Shahbaz ’20 Molly Robb Shimko ’01 Jeffrey J. Simon ’14

Brett M. Smith ’18 Timothy Spicher ’09 Michael Stevens ’15 Virginia McCraken Stump ’08 Lula M. Sweeney ’00 Lori Swettlen ’09 Zachary J. Voytek ’18 Garret B. Vrbanic ’18 Stephen G. Walker, Jr. ’10 Cory J. Weibel ’09 Daniel R. Wukich ’19

Abraham Gibson ’21 Katie L. Zuzik ’12

Master’s Program in Art Therapy with Counseling Janet E. Carlisle ’11 Barbara Nosal Heinze ’20

Seton Hill thanks the alumni and friends who made the following memorial gifts between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021.

Master’s Program in Writing Popular Fiction

Christopher Acquafondata Susan Fondy

Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’09 Mary E. Boland-Doyle ’17 Carmine Coco DeYoung ’01 John J. Fortunato ’14 Rhonda Mason ’06 Heidi Ruby Miller ’07 Mary Ann Mogus ’01 Deborah Ranish ’13 Ellen Spain ’08 Pamela Parrish Thomason ’01 Vanessa Kolberg Valerio ’11 David P. Von Schlichten ’19

Master’s Program in Marriage & Family Therapy Janis Firestone ’05 Mary G. Skubak ’08

Master’s Program in Physician Assistant

Skye N. Christian ’21 Rebecca Sally DeMase ’11 Dana Funari ’09 Ryan J. Gratchick ’17 Kristin A. Juhasz ’12 Kailyn Smiley ’21

Master’s Program in Instructional Design

Kelly Clever ’20 James DeLuca ’07 Sandra Dietrich ’04 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’10 Allison Wyzkiewicz Sasso ’09

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Pastoral Ministry Certificate Harriet J. Carolen ’07 Eugene Forish ’09 Alice A. Yezbak ’13 Katie L. Zuzik ’12

Sacred Music Certificate Brett D. Cuddy ’18

Genocide and Holocaust Studies Certificate Amy McLaughlin-Hatch ’19 Jennifer L. Sproull ’14

IN MEMORY

Mary Kay Akerman ’82 Carol Akerman Cortese ’77 Nancy Amorose A&S Carpet Collection Stacie L. Amorose Robert Crossey Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro Robert and Amy DeMichiei Frank W. Dittig Mary C. Finger and David Paris Michael and Michelle Giarrusso William and Sarah Graham David and Beth Houpt Johnson’s Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. Dean and Ellen Kelley David and Mary Kettering Donald and Patricia Kettering Joseph M. Kettering Jennifer Kettering David and Christine Lomicka Sharon and Gary Malacane Charles and Vera McLeod Marvin and Kathleen Mensch Ted and Janet Merlino James and Christina Poe Dan Priatko William D. Priatko Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Daniel and Barbara Shipman Laura W. Sigurdsson Rebecca C. Snyder Thomas and Mary Stinelli Richard and Shawn Straub Dane and Beverly Wukich Nancy Franc Andrel ’71 Charlotte Rundel Cronauer ’71 John C. Barkin Rev. Martin F. Barkin Janet Barkley Kimberly Barkley Megonnell ’98


Paul A. Barry Maura Barry Salins ’87 Jeff Bartel Kelly Clever ’20 Shulamit I. Bastacky Blessed Sacrament Cathedral Rhonda Lee Mr. and Mrs. John Lieberman St. Matthias Evangelical Lutheran Church Marilyn Sullivan-Cosetti Westmoreland Diversity Coalition Roger L. Bernardi Martha Imlay Bernardi ’60 Mary Jones Bergin ’35 Margaret Bergin O’Connor ’69 Mary Leon Bettwy, SC ’56 Juliana Boerio-Goates ’75 Lynda J. Guzik ’78 Nicole Bevilacqua Ted and Janet Merlino Christine A. Slewinski Blackall ’91 Martina Owens Mandella ’91 James Bobick Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Angeline and Frank Boerio Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Elizabeth T. Bogren ’73 Karen Herda Stiteler ’75 Margaret Hudock Bogren ’84 Karen Herda Stiteler ’75 Mary Ellen Rogers Boland Mary Ellen Boland-Doyle ’17 Ellen S. Bolosky Patricia Bolosky DeRosa ’60 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bonafield Cynthia Bonafield Anthony Bova Lucille Bova Electa Boyle, SC ’33 Marjorie Eckman ’68 JoAnne Woodyard Boyle ’57 Eileen Bartolomucci Anne T. Brower ’72 Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat ’59 Mary Kay Agamedi Cooper ’92 Christine L. Cusick Debra Faszer-McMahon Mary C. Finger and David Paris H. Phipps Hoffstot, III Alice Kaylor ’73 + Deceased

Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Arthur H. Meehan Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 Maureen S. O’Brien Jennifer Reeger Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Joseph Briggs Andrew J. Poye ’09 Mary Daly Brower ’40 Anne T. Brower ’72 Mother Victoria M. Brown, SC Ruth Conley McDonald ’65 Frances Bucciarelli ’70 Diane W. Wiley Daniel S. Buchanan Theresa Twaddle Buchanan ’68 Pat Sweeney Burke ’55 Harold B. Burke Dorothy Donauer Sweeney ’69 Margaret A. Burns, SC ’76 Charlene L. Burns ’80 Rosanne H. Sandolfini ’91

James and Mae Crenner Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien Mary Garrigan Cuneo ’35 Mary Kathleen Cuneo Miriam Francis Cunningham, SC William and Martha Goodman Rose Angela Cunningham, SC ’30 William and Martha Goodman Patricia Curran Dorcas Shick Tyson ’66 Phyllis and Robert H. Davis Linda and Jeffrey Reisner Rose De Lima, SC Virginia D’Emidio Cannon ’64 Rosemary Warga Franca ’69 Giovannina DeChellis Mark and Carole Shepard

Annette Modar Holder ’01 and Daniel Holder Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Joseph Emanuele Angela Emanuele Irene Corbett Enders ’57 Nona Corbett Schonbachler ’59 Jane E. Farver ’69 Margaret Allen-Malley ’69 John L. Moore Julia and Tony Ferrante Darlene Ferrante ’68 Rosemary Ferrante Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59 Anna Mae Filkosky Florence Chick Mary R. Deeds Teresa M. Kerestes Josefa Filkosky ’55 Florence Chick Vanessa Ruffin Colbert ’74 Mary R. Deeds Teresa M. Kerestes Mary Kennedy Brittain Mahoney ’71 Nancy Rashlich Pollak ’87 Carmela Tempero ’88

Mary Lou Campana ’63 Trixie Puff Foundation

Frank Delia Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Linda J. Delia ’69

Dale E. and Pearl Chew Carroll Laurie Ann Carroll ’81

Ann Denny Barbara Denny ’64

Timothy M. Caudill Judith Chiari Caudill ’61

Clarina DiPietro ’51 Melanie DiPietro, SC ’69

Steve Chuburko Linda Fiorelli ’74

Flora DiStefano Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68

Gloria T. Fiorelli ’42 and Ralph Fiorelli Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock

Frank L. Cippel Barbara Cippel Grinnen ’81

John DiStefano Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68

Dorothy Ries Fitzgerald ’27 Patricia Fitzgerald Engel ’62

Christine Totin Colorito ’80 Sarah Kocevar Strang ’79

Tom DiStefano, Sr. Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68

Ruth Kumer Conrad ’23 Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr.

Fred Doerzbacher LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher ’78

M. Muriel Flamman ’30 Bernadette Fondy ’69 + Marian Madden, SC ’83

Captain John Patrick Conroy Barbara Conroy

Christina Benamati Doll ’81 Barbara Cippel Grinnen ’81 Judith Miller Maher ’81

William F. and Laura E. Conroy Lynn Conroy ’58

Zoe Dorsa ’39 Patrice Hughes, SC ’62

Kathleen Wilson Cooper ’66 Janet Porvaznik Lomicka ’66

Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Durant Clara Durant Mignogna ’48

Helen Corsetti Carol Corsetti Zeitler ’70

Harry T. Durick Linda Durick Jeffery ’92

Mildred T. Corvi, SC ’42 Anne Boitano Lynes ’56

Walter and Genevieve Dziedzina Christine A. Dziedzina ’73

Michael and Anna Costabile Nellie A. Costabile ’70

Laureen Earnest Linda C. Earnest ’78

Eva Fleischner Leslie Fleischner and Hans Fleischner + Sara and Brian Holland Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Henry S. Fleming Gary and Sharon Malacane Jo Ann Fogle Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 John Fogle Jody Ereditario Amy Bisceglia Kline ’91 Angela Mennow Kozlowski ’93 Ryanne Forcht Palermo ’05 Heidi Zakrzewski ’02 Bernadette Fondy ’69 Lynn Acquafondata and Francois Piche

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Steven G. Bassett Bibiana Boerio ’75 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 Susan Fondy Thomas and Sandra Fondy Josie Funari Mira and Brad Funari Marilyn L. McSparrin Julianna Nichols ’21 Kathryn Rother Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Kathy Luketich Stem ’77 Claudia J. Winter Gail Facchine Forbes ’69 Joan Facchine Myers ’71 Rosalia Carter Foy ’49 Cassandra Berube Gerald and Betty Lou Carter James and Susan Donnellan Kathleen Durkin Timothy D. Foy Jerome P. Myers Dawn Franklin ’90 Erica Hainesworth Adams ’09 and Frank D. Adams Larry Franzi Cynthia Olenick Franzi ’77 William J. Frederick, Sr. and Dorothy Sweda Frederick Maria Frederick Farneth ’86 and George Farneth Joann E. Funari Roseann Funari Tedesco ’73 Margaret Garrity ’23 Mary Sue Hyatt ’70 Carol Hoskin Garvey ’42 Denis P. Garvey Theophane Geary, SC’26 Sharon Brewer ’64 Henry J. Gebhardt Jill Gebhardt Bell ’86

Fabiola Zahuranec Gornik and Louis J. Gornik, Jr. Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Janet S. Grace ’81 Sally Aurelio Novak ’81 and Albert J. Novak Marian Gross Piet ’81 Ellen Marker Greiner ’59 Renee Kubicki Anderegg ’99 Beverly S. Pultz ’84 Helen Lentz Griech ’58 Beth Griech-Polelle

Christopher T. Guerra ’09 Andrew J. Poye

Sharon O’Neil Kahn ’59 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62

Helen Guerra Jonnie G. Guerra ’73

Elizabeth Campalong Karl ’68 David P. Karl Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64

Frances Hanlon Colette Hanlon, SC ’63 Monica Harouse ’88 Janet Harouse Mary McGee Hau ’35 Mary Ellen Hau Nemo ’64 Juliette Hau Wilson ’70 Evelyn Downs Hawley ’69 Joan Gibel ’69 Mary Jane Reid Maidment ’69 Nancy Gregory Hazlett ’50 and Donald G. Hazlett Tim and Leslie Hazlett M. Estelle Hensler, SC ’39 Mary Kennedy Brittain Mahoney ’71 Clare Elizabeth O’Hagan Higgins ’45 Anonymous Samuel L. Hixon Donna Hixson ’01

Isabelle Humphrey Gilchrist Jane Gilchrist ’72

Sara Marie Honadle ’37 Elizabeth A. Dundus ’72

Regina Magda Gondoly ’67 Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D.

Rita Giegerich Hudock ’63 Carol Miller Stillwagon ’63

Flora Gorirossi-Bourdeau ’47 Maria Lear

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Madeline Beltrandi Jelinek ’60 Priscilla Crowe Burt Shelia Reilly Knoth ’60 Frank T. Jelinek Beth Ann Johnson Carole and Glenn Johnson Veronica Campbell Zappia ’90

Alicia M. Ghelardi ’61 Virginia Motsay Fossaceca ’61

Marion Schmadel Goodwin ’24 Robert Goodwin, Jr.

Mary Francis Irvin, SC Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64

Virginia Skapik Gross ’41 Marian Gross Piet ’81

Miriam Jane Hollowood, SC ’52 Barbara Nosal Heinze ’70 Kate Moloney ’69

Nestor Gonzalez Morgan A. Vincent ’21

Mira and Brad Funari William and Deborah Infanger Ted and Tess Mendoza John and Jeanne Perkins Napoleon and Rogelia Ramiro Janet C. Valickus

Mary M. Hunter Jodee Harris ’92 Wilda Weibel Hyatt ’35 Mary Sue Hyatt ’70 Frank C. Infanger Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 Frederic and Catherine Crehan

Howard B. Kaufman Gemma R. Del Duca, SC ’62 M. Deborah Kelly, SC ’42 Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Joyce Kennedy ’69 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Eileen Donovan Kennison ’45 Regina Kennison Kraus ’69 Ann Agnes Kilkeary. SC ’45 Nancy Finke Sheehan ’72 Joan Dzmura Warzeski ’51 Ed Klotz Patti Vance Helen and Albin Kochanowski Kathryn Kochanowski Hemlick ’81

Elaine Harouse Long ’81 Janet Harouse M. Baptista Madden, SC ’55 Patricia Fajerski O’Hanlon ’73 Mary R. Madden Theresa M. Kashin ’82 Thomas F. Madden Demerese Madden Lomond ’64 Suzanne Sutter Maguire ’68 George P. Maguire Frank Malacane Gary and Sharon Malacane John F. Maley Loretta Trese Maley ’66 Joseph P. Malone Dianne E. Malone ’82 Joseph T. Maloy Marcia Marciniak Auth ’76 Robert A. Maloy Alvin Maloy ’21 Jacinta Mann Rosemary Scott Suess ’63 Erin M. Marlovits-Rodgers ’87 Lisa Rosko ’86 Martha Jetter Marsh ’59 Kay Rubright Rinko ’59 Anne Marie Caulfield Matan ’33 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 Anne and Robert Easby-Smith Lillian Archambault Matan ’60 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88

Alice Slavin Krafft ’45 Rebecca Krafft

Maclean P. Maund Parker E. Denny ’20 Heather Maund Marc Marizzaldi

Margaret C. Kuhnemund Dennis C. Kuhnemund

Francis McClarnon Agnes Flatley McClarnon ’59

Connie del Campo Laurent ’46 Marie-France Laurent Bailey ’74

Marie Flick McCloskey Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly ’64

Daniel and Virginia Lenzi Kathleen Lenzi Mascelli ’73

Kathryn McCloy Nancy McCloy ’70

Betty J. Levin Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Anne M. Urban ’99

Harry and Doris McCracken Virginia McCraken Stump ’04

Shirlee Becker Liedke ’50 Linda Liedke Griffiths ’74 Fred Ligus Nancy Ligus ’16

Helen Elizabeth McElwain, SC ’50 Patricia A. Landers ’55 Jay P. McDonald Julia McGinniss McGowan ’26 Vincent McGowan


Marlene C. McGrady Kathleen McGrady, SC ’71

Mike Moore Ashley N. Bomer ’17

Mary Anne Spellman McGrath ’59 John E. “Jack” and Brigitte McGrath

Helen L. Muha, SC ’54 Rebecca Graham ’72

Laura L. McLean ’70 Cynthia Ralston Gerken ’70

Edward H. and Gertrude Murphy Elizabeth Murphy Durishan ’71 and Mark Durishan

M. Maurice McManama, SC ’33 Phyllis Sheehan Bambeck ’62 Elizabeth Kelleher Fogarty ’66 Elizabeth Spina Grinnell ’79 Steen Halling Mollie McGuire Huitema ’58 Lois Jones Maloy ’59 Rosemarie Porto Marone ’57 Patricia Morgan McGrath ’60 M. Thaddeus McManama, SC ’37 Patricia Morgan McGrath ’60 Bridget and Joseph McQuade Mary Ann and James P. McQuade + James P. McQuade Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko M. Beatrice McQuade ’59 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Joe Meinert Jim and Beth Welsh Robert and Joan Mendler Michael and Stacy Mendler Linda and Jeffrey Reisner Robert Michalow Brianna Marks ’21 Naina Navalgund ’21 Harvey and Karman Miller Walter Skero Ross S. Miller Kurt Miller Rosemary Miller Stella Miller James P. Murray, III ’98 Glenn R. Milne LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher ’78 Ernest and Doris Minor Celeste M. Bowler ’79 J. Sandra Gearhart Misera ’58 Marian Baumbach Jacq ’58 Michael J. Molettiere Clyde Smith Valentina Ramirez Molini ’50 Deborah M. Molini Kraus ’79 Virginia Ryan Mooney ’46 Patricia Mooney Loucks ’70 + Deceased

Frank Murphy Margaret Murphy Grace ’67 M. Perpetua Murphy. SC Teresa Emricko Perez ’81 Miriam Joseph Murphy, SC Cheryl Maurana Bales ’72 Eleanor Freiberger Burns ’59 Carole Strojan de Triquet ’70 Janet Gaffney Dunstan ’70 Paul C. Murphy Joan Laverty Murphy ’58 Margaret Murray ’18 Cynthia and Bill Beal Dory and Anthony J. Grack Bruce Guth Alexandra Murray Brian Murray Brian Murray, Jr. Mary A. Murray Tracey Larson Designs Nilda Argentati Musiker ’71 Charlotte Rundel Cronauer ’71 Kathryn Mihalcik Moore ’71 Mary Anna Carter Myers ’45 Jerome P. Myers Ned Nakles, Sr. Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Rosalie Catalino Nebiolo ’61 Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis Mildred Kumer Neff ’26 Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr.

Linda Kornberg Michelle M. LaRue ’08 Arnold M. Lerman Sidney Markus Susan McDuff Elisabeth Miller William Mittendorf Andrea Neely Doug and Carolyn Norry Leonard J. Norry Larry and Elaine Parachini Allison S. Polish Joe and Tamara Rice Patrick Rowe Robert and Ruth Runyan Patrick and Chrissy Scheper Sally Schwartz Jaye Sela Stuart Smith Gary and Heidi Tyson Victor Valdisera Emma O’Brien Margaret E. O’Brien Rose O’Brien Jerome Callwood Virginia Carroll O’Brien ’45 Sarah and Anthony F. Earley, Jr. Jude Thaddeus O’Donnell, SC Katherine Sheridan Johnson ’79 M. Aloysia O’Keefe, SC Colette Hanlon, SC ’63 Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Eileen A. O’Neil ’68 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Juliet Rudolph O’Neil ’47 M.G. O’Neil Foundation Mary and James O’Neil Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Susan O’Neill ’79 Kristina Lindauer ’21 Penny York Odum ’63 Sara Jane McNally Eusebi ’63

John and Genevieve Nipaver Janet Nipaver Martha ’71

Kathy A. Orndorff-Tauber ’79 Sarah Kocevar Strang ’79

Patricia Goodwin Norry ’56 Lisa Brachman Michael and Gail Dowell Dorothy Schmadel Egbert ’69 Joan Feuerstein Louis Fisher David and Sharon Fondelier Jill Foster Margaret Goldsmith and Donald Dalzell Robert Goodwin, Jr. Ernest and Kathryn Greene Bill and Carol Hall Priscilla Jones Christine N. Kearns

Beatrice Mulvehill Palmer ’52 Patricia Bender Voltz ’52 Lynn H. Palmer’72 John Hoffman Susan Perriello Parana ’78 Joanne D’Itri Fantone ’78 Tim Parana Kum Rye Park MiRan Cho Surh ’84 Edgar and Elizabeth Partington Karin Danser Thompson ’00

Deceased Members of the Pascale Family Andrea M. Pascale ’61 Wilma and Robert Patterson Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Henry P. Perciballi Nancy Grieco Pfeiffer ’69 Joan Permuka Noah Ponko ’21 Joan Blewitt Peterson ’56 Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga ’57 Helen Gannon Pflaum ’62 Andrew and Courtney Pflaum William D. Pflaum Anthony Plesha. Jr. Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Cathy Plesha ’73 Emma McGinniss Powderly ’29 Hubert Powderly Jayne Powers Stephanie J. Powers ’71 Helen Priatko Dan Priatko William D. Priatko Ann Puntch ’71 Kathryn Mihalcik Moore ’71 Helen Dayton Quigley ’49 Dr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Quigley Kristina Quigley Robert and Ann Rossi Helen Normile Quinlan ’59 Carole Herwood Gilardi ’59 and Richard Gilardi Richard S. Quinlan Lillie S. Ragnoli Linda Fiorelli ’74 Charles A. Reese Mary C. Reese Aileen R. Reynolds Catherine Dorrian Reynolds ’51 Frances Riley Angela K. Lutze ’70 Dolores Rinier Roxanne L. Rinier ’80 Laurie Rinkes Carolyn Sopko Michelle J. Robinson ’10 Jane Strittmatter ’07

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Raymond P. Rowland Andrew J. Poye ’09

Helen Mankovich Rundel ’34 Charlotte Rundel Cronauer ’71 Mary Janet Ryan, SC ’69 Teresa L. Krivacsy ’84 Nancy G. McGaw ’71 Rosemary Linden McNiff Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich ’77 Mary Lou Kerr Sarber ’68 Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 Priscilla Crowe Burt ’60 Sheila Reilly Knoth ’60 E. Ronald Salvitti, II E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. and Diann Salvitti John Salvitti Salvitti Family Foundation Marion J. Sandzimier Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Vivian Boyer ’00 Valerie and Dana Eachus Diane Sandzimier Figg ’81 William T. Fritz Josephine C. Sandzimier Elyse Saraceni Mary Jane and William J. Collins Lisa M. Tyson ’89 Donna C. Winters ’76 Nicholas Satryan Patricia Satryan Thomas ’58 Joseph Scaturro Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Verla Scheetz Kourtney A. Miller ’20 Mary Schmidt, SC ’32 Anne Ruff Quirk ’56 Michael J. Schott Violet Uram ’01 Angelo and Mary Sciacca Lorraine Sciacca-Finch ’75 Tracey Ondecko Sepesy ’81 Marian Gross Piet ’81 Joan and Anthony Shimko Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Dorcas Johnson Singley ’36 Stephen and Virginia German Robert S. Singley Rosemary Ryan Skelly ’46 Patricia Mooney Loucks ’70 Kathryn Skero Jane Ward Austin ’69

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Jeanne Smith Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien Linda Foley Smith ’57 Robert E. Smith Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 Pauline Gaffney Nancy Kasuba Smith ’69 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Janice Flood Nichols ’69 an David Nichols Barbara Kutch Pryle ’69 John and Martha Reilly Clyde Smith Michael J. Tulley, Jr. Patricia Cosgrove Young ’69 Paul and Anne Smiy Anonymous Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Kathleen Smolenski Anita DiBagno Smolenski ’61 Mildred Sobolewski Mark Nealon John Spotts Marietta Rossi Spotts ’55 Anne Yocum Squier ’55 John R. Squier Frances Stefano, SC ’70 Theresa M. Kashin ’82 George and Marie Stein Jeraldine Stein Romeo ’64 Alice Kosmerl Stephens ’47 Lynne Stephens Geraldine F. Stevens Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Leslie Stevens ’10 Alicia and Jimmy Baranik Lee and Paula Baranik John S. Bozek John Charley and Margaret Horning Michael and Darlene Daverio Carmine Coco DeYoung ’73 Daniel M. DiNinno Ralph and Margaret DiNinno Dennis and Sue Ann DiSilvio Joseph and Patricia Donahoe Jean Marie Farina Colleen and Mark Feigel Matthew and Kimberly Feigel William and Erin Fischer Anne M. Fleming Jamie Fries David and Sara Gardner

Marlene K. Grasha ’09 Michael Hannon Andrew and Pilar Herr Dallas C. Hipple Tina and David Karl Dennis Karl Patricia M. King Mark E. Lopushansky Gary and Sandy Macioce Jack and Lindsay Macioce Michael Macioce Marc and Karen Massa Donald and Kathy Mower Roger and Kristen Ngirimana Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Justin and Jessica Petrovich James H. Pirlo ’07 Molly and Justin Schmotzer Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Adam Smith Deborah and Steven Snider Cheryl R. Soltis Barb and Jamie Staniscia Joshua Staniscia Allen and Susan Stevens John Stevens Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Charmaine R. Strong Brian Uhrinek Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 and Paul Uhrinek Anthony and Sarah Venditti Dominic and Morgan Venditti William and Peg Stump Virginia McCraken Stump ’04 Mary Ann Suda Joan Suda Lindsey ’63 Emma Lonergan Sullivan Mary Sullivan Couchenour ’48 Charles R. Surman Margaret J. McKinley ’67 Vincent Sweeney Dorothy Donauer Sweeney ’69 Nolan T. Swetye ’10 Andrew J. Poye ’09 Kimberly and Jeffrey Swetye Delma Hepple Tallerico ’74 Kathleen Appugliese ’74 Mary Kathryn Norton Ridenour ’74

Sally Monahan Thomas ’69 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Patricia M. Thuer ’50 Linda Liedke Griffiths ’74 Colette Toler, SC ’57 Victoria Bleyer ’82 Steen Halling Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 Joan Winters Spatti ’68 Marie John Toomey, SC ’58 M. Diane Adley O’Malley ’68 Bradyn Tramuta Bryce Tramuta Sally Favo Troll ’47 Denise Troll Covey ’83 Frederick R. Favo + Bronwyn Troll Korchnak ’96 Nicholas Trongo Patricia Trongo Dangelo ’68 Miriam David Volker, SC’42 Elaine Barno Closser ’68 Adelle Schmalzried Dawson ’64 Carolyn Allgeier Melby ’62 Joseph Voytek Marjorie and David Voytek Ada Fiorelli Waddell ’70 Jane Halligan Claesgens ’70 Donald and Jackie Diehl Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli Elizabeth Haradon Karen Lagan McNamara ’70 Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Kathleen Dziuban Scott ’70 Katherine Klopsch Siler ’70 Rosemary Blum Smith ’70 Rita J. Spisak ’77 Nancy Jane King Wandrisco Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Thomas A. Wandrisco Barbara Foster Ward ’39 Jane Ward Austin ’69 Mary Jane Gresser Webster ’60 John C. Webster

Nancy Tannery Gina Rehberg Zagerman ’79

Cathy Abbott Wedel ’78 Joanne D’Itri Fantone ’78

Joseph Tedescko Patrice A. Tedescko ’73

Patricia Weinert Laura W. Sigurdsson

Peter and Alvera Tedescko Patrice A. Tedescko ’73

Elizabeth Boyle Wesner ’40 Patricia Wesner Gill ’67

Shelley A. Thokar Alberta Previc Thokar ’48

Anne Westhoven Charlotte Westhoven Deer ’75


James E. Wills Michael and Andrea Babich Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 and Paul Uhrinek Leah Wolf, SC, SJ ’38, SHC ’42 Carolyn A. Fronapel ’71 Roberta Sordi Harper ’63 Patricia Coons Rumon ’68 Laura Dzombak Warren ’80 Doug J. Wood Theodore F. Dane, Jr. Dorothy Szostak Woshner ’54 Clare Woshner Budd ’80 Janice Yesenosky Kathleen Madigan ’80

Grace Baroun Jennifer Baroun

Eileen M. Brophy ’71 Kathryn Mihalcik Moore ’71

Alissa E. Barron ’14 Eileen Lisker

Nash Bryan Robert and Kimberly Bryan

Jeff Behr David Kruse Shirley A. Kruse Frank Moran

Jessica L. Bulseco Warren and Mary Lou Bulseco Robert Fleming

Brandon Bergert Russell and Georgia Bergert Todd and Kim Bergert Holli Cholley Sherri Wilson Lauren Bertig Jeffrey and Lora Bertig Jerry Bertig Michael Bertig Sharon Jamiolkowski Kevin J. King Tony R. Piccolini Sparten R. Silveri Chris Bethea Mycendia Scarborough

IN HONOR Seton Hill University thanks the alumni and friends who made the following honor gifts between July 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021. Darren Achtzehn Timothy F. Deyell ’19 Lynn Acquafondata and Francois Piche Susan Fondy Elizabeth Adams Clark Adams Kurt Adkins Pamela B. Craig Lorrie Adler ’90 Linda and James T. Adler Tyler Alberts Craig Alberts Merritt J. Bailey ’18 Jill and Kevin Bailey Mark Bails Keisha Connor Yvette Figueroa Industrial Cooling Corporation, ICC Michael and Lois Barkac Karen Barkac ’84

+ Deceased

Eleanor F. Binder ’59 Nona Corbett Schonbachler ’59 Ronne Zasadni Froman Blue ’69 General Atomics Alexis Bonatch Peter and Jennifer Bergeron Bryan and Dawn Cikowski Thomas and Joan Stossel Tiara K. Stossel ’14 Frank Bonura Barb Bonura Frank Bonura Gina Bonura Missy Bonura Rosemary Hauser Wayne Kopp Paula Lounder Michael Maines Shannon Yanek Dylan Bonzo Lorie Bonzo Dante Borris Ronald Freeborough Julian Boykins ’21 LaMont Boykins Sydney L. Brewbaker Margaret G. Mills Adam Brodie Susan Fondy Ben Brodie Susan Fondy

Logan Davidson Jennifer Davidson Christa Feister Nathan Geesey Danielle Groff Denean Groff Daniel I. Day ’09 Fardan R. Allen ’20

William Burgess Michelle Burgess

Peyton Deastlov Paul and Elizabeth Deastlov

Haley W. Burns ’15 Jewel Williamson-Burns

Raymond L. DeFazio Janice Malego Steinhagen ’79

Kathleen M. Campbell ’80 Shirley and Marvin Huls

Gemma R. Del Duca, SC ’62 Anonymous Marilyn and James A. Davis Boris and Elaine Kozolchyk John and Virginia Lieberman Amy McLaughlin-Hatch ’19 Talib Nichiren ’96 Rabbi Sara Rae Perman Sybil R. Schwartz Susan Seeley

Madison Carr Rick and Laurie Brennan Michael Cary Talib Nichiren ’96 Dilveer S. Chaggar ’14 Christian Roberts ’18 Carli Chini Carole L. Chini Michelle Chini Christian Clutter Georgia Gaudi Richard and Mary Gaudi Joshua Cohen Rhonda Cohen David Conely David and Liz Conely

Olivia DeLeonibus Tony DeLeonibus Lauren Dellett Rick and Cindy Conrad Scott Dellett Andrew DeSana ’19 Rosemary DeSana Anthony J. DeSana ’15 Rosemary DeSana

Piper Conlan Patrick Conlan

Bailey Devinney Jennifer Devinney David and Kristy Gonos Thomas and Ruth Ann Gonos

Mary L. O’Neil Costello ’55 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62

Isaiah DiAndreth Jamie P. DiAndreth Physical Therapy

Grace A. Coveney Denise Hildrich Mesina ’00

Ronald T. DiBiase ’11 Dorinda and Ronald J. DiBiase

Charlotte Cox Mary Ross Cox ’99

Olivia Diebel Noah Diebel

Mary Ross Cox ’99 Ellen Spain ’08

Vincent DiStefanis Nancy Moore

Mary Alice Fritz Cronin ’61 William T. Fritz

Linda Earnest ’78 Margaret DiVirgilio ’80

Brett D. Cuddy ’18 Brian and Cheryl Cuddy

Canice Ejoh Tammy Wukich

Trinity Cumo Marion and Joyce Cumo

Christopher A. Elliott Aaron Pascazi ’11

Spencer Curran Christopher and Becky Curran Harry and Peggy Gaughan Patrick and Marcia McGinley

Arthur Estupinian Samantha Estupinian ’21

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Samantha Estupinian ’21 Colleen M. Brady

Catherine Noroski Giunta ’75 Susan Vaccare Harkema ’92

Payton Faris Martha A. Faris

Ki Givens Ricciuti Enterprise, Inc. Toyota of Greensburg

Debra Faszer-McMahon Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Matthew and Kimberly Feigel Drs. John Charley and Margaret Horning Alyssa Ference ’21 Adam and Renee Ference Judith Koleski Jean M. Finger Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 Mary C. Finger and David Paris Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Anne M. Urban ’99 Mary C. Finger Grace Hartzog, SC ’71 Dorothy Jarzabek Mary Norbert Long, SC ’67 Talib Nichiren ’96 Brendan Finnerty Damien Chiappini Antoinette Finnerty Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli Elizabeth Haradon Paul E. Fiorelli Linda Fiorelli ’74 Miles Fletcher-Smith Courtney Fletcher Elizabeth Fox Globalquest Solutions, Inc. Taylor Fox-Trudel ’21 Wendy Fox Sandra Fox-Trudel Funari Family Josie Funari Mira and Brad Funari Madison Galinac Sarah J. Aikins Alexis Garia Cynthia Schade Jaclyn M. Fawcett Bartko ’12 and Christopher R. Bartko ’10 Samantha Garlesky Kathleen R. Matolyak Abby Giunta Joyce Lloyd

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Karen Glass Shaun Keenan ’02

Edgar B. Highberger and Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 Jon J. Danzak Sandra Finley ’87 Eugene Forish ’09 Jacob Gruss Martha R. Hawk ’89 Susan S. McKie Ruth E. Poscich

Sally Voltz Glock ’51 Molly Glock O’Hara ’78

Luke Hudson Mamie Garver

Nina Grandey Marybeth Burge Rick and Amy Carello Connie Elosser Phyllis Meinert

Ann Infanger, SC ’55 Paula Schmidt Ausserer ’79 Josie Funari Lynda J. Guzik ’78 M. Ellen Steward Pentz ’72 Katherine Schenck Smith ’72 James J. Timko

Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 Verstandig Family Foundation Brenden Gray Diane Balcom Jessica Croft Gina Evans Judith Focareta Angela Gray George and Janet Gray Linda Kahmer Skyla Greco ’21 Joanne Setting Kristen Greggerson ’21 Paul I. Sturm ’19 Louise Grundish, SC Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Mara Guerrieri Kathleen Guerrieri Shayleigh Gulvas George Heigel Madison Hans Michael F. Dieckmann Thomas Hanulak ’21 Patrick Hanulak Layne Harich Carole Masters Logan Hartman Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Eleanor Ziegler

Keisha Jimmerson ’97 Fardan R. Allen ’20 Angela M. Jones Saverio J. Grimaldi Emma Jorgensen Willard and Peggy Cotton Kate Kada Jacqueline Gleason-Kada Kristi Kada Jacqueline Gleason-Kada Sydney Kanuch Carole L. Kanuch Jason and Racheal Wisniewski Allison Kapoll ’21 Domenica Ingemi Robert and Ella Snyder Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Sybil R. Schwartz Hannah Kelley Laura Kelley Albert Kelly Judith Kelly Wentzel ’64 Grace Kenyon Marsha Jones Jerry Pendley Mary Noel Kernan, SC ’48 Sybil R. Schwartz

Jen Jones Michael S. Klapak Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Jennifer Makowski ’11 Kary Coleman Milan ’98 and Joshua Milan Talib Nichiren ’96 Brandon Klein Carol A. Ondek Brandon Kline William and Helen Lyons Anna Klotz Claude and Bonita Ramey Catherine Koziarz George Koziarz Madeline Kundrat Karen E. Janowski David and Andrea Kundrat Jack Laird Energy-One Heating & AC Darrell and Leslie Mayne Mark and Mary Roach James and Joyce Spuhler Nick Lancaster Frank Kibler Shelby Lawrenzi Jeffrey and Gwen Lawrenzi Aidan Layton Mark J. Hipp Christine Layton Michael and Patricia Wheeler Frances M. Leap Diane Marie Hammerle ’05 Michaela J. LeDonne ’18 Bruna A. Riccobon Kole R. Lichtenfels Gary and Leta Brendlinger Danelle E. Locke ’17 Nancy Pringle Sierra Luzier ’20 Joan Patchan Lunifeld ’57 Zachary Macy Joe Changle Ciara Jaracz Michael and Michelle Macy

Luke Hauger Keith and Cecelia Hauger

Becky Kerns ’48 Mary-Margaret Kerns

Jake Hempfield Jeremy and Faith George

Tate Kibler Frank Kibler

Logan P. Maloni ’20 Joseph A. Cillo ’18 Heidi Maloni

Lauren Hennessy Joanne M. Hancharick Lorraine Krisanda

Makayla Kintner Regina Lindsey

Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Joan Lavin Manoli ’79

Francis Klapak Michael and Eloise Cary

Marc A. Marizzaldi Anonymous


Jared Matte Bryan and Amy Matte Phil Hendricks Brandon Matthews Brian Matthews Natalie Maver Robert E. Maver Natalie Mazelon Christina Mazelon Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 Joseph and Lynna Mazero Shannon McCormac George and Marlene Green Grace E. McCormac Jake McCormick Robert and Deborah Emerick Jonathan McCullough Jim McCullough Michael A. McCullough ’12 Neal McDermott ’21 Randy Lamendola Jaylen McDuffie Matthew Harmon Jaiquawn McGriff Robert Dutton Ryen McHenry ’21 Matthew and Lauren Zielinski Logan McKoy ’21 Brian and Kimberly McKoy Max McMichael Ray and Mary Spoonhoward Emily Megonnell Lewis Barkley Kimberly Barkley Megonnell ’98 Elaine and Peter Voce Bryce Meriweather Jacqueline Meriweather

Alyssa Neast George Neast

Mike Petro Robert Over

Nick P. Neferis ’18 Kelly and Peter Neferis

Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Linda Fiorelli ’74 John and Charlotte Fong Elizabeth Haradon Aaron and Christina Pollock Emily and David Shedlock

Cade Negley ’21 Kenneth Musko Jenna Neri Brea Neri Anna R. Neri Paul Newill Joan B. Newill Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Blaine and Marlene Coleman Kary Coleman Milan ’98 and Joshua Milan Louisa Wilson Zadecky ’68 and Leonard Zadecky Riley O’Mara Shawn O’Mara Charles P. O’Neill Maureen D. Chaisson Derek Orndorff Richard and Rebecca Broadwater James R. Eutsey Ray Orndorff Richard and Jennifer Orndorff Sharon Orndorff Roy Shipley, Jr. Jenna Osikowicz ’21 Mary J. Austeri Nikki and Thomas Austeri Alex and Christen Belgiovane Robert and Marcella Osikowicz Helen Shaner James G. Paharik Jim Essner Jennifer L. Sproull ’14 Sebastian Pelaez Elizabeth Hunsberger Olga Alpizar

Donavin Meriweather Jacqueline Meriweather

Thomas J. Pellis ’20 Antoinette Capo Jack and Carla Pellis

Hunter D. Miller Carol A. Miller

Elyssa Pemu Mark Pemu

Brett Morris TJ and Teresa Morris

Kate Penman Jane Penman

Christine Mueseler Jennifer Reeger

Kim A. Pennesi ’93 Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07

Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Jen Jones Shaelynn Myers James and Donna Hollis + Deceased

Tyler Peterson ’21 Fay L. Dellinger Carl and Carol Peterson

Angela Postage Mike and Linda Morrison Damonte Pratt Subrina Cook Blake Profio Jason Profio Aaren Putt Eric Putt Emma Rain Jaclyn M. Fawcett Bartko ’12 and Christopher R. Bartko ’10 Jim Sherwin Vincenzo Rauso Louis Rauso Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Mary C. Reese Bobbi Rempe Becky Rempe Ryan Ressler ’21 Shelley Ressler Molly Robb Shimko Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Jennifer Reeger Maeve Robillard Richard and Elizabeth Robillard Kirkland Robins Ryan M. Barabe ’20 Rebecca C. Robinson ’12 Teri and David Robinson Darby Roth Kathleen Roth Colleen Roy ’21 Stephen Lear Dana R. Myers David and Nancy Roy Teresa Roy Brooke Steinau Maryann Rulapaugh ’17 Charles and Alice Rulapaugh Julie M. Rund ’18 Walter and Mary Bazan

Tommy Samosky Serafino and Judith Croce Brett and Pam Schoppert Josephine C. Sandzimier William T. Fritz Gene and Iva Saraceni Shaun Keenan ’02 Julia Scamardi Susan Pittman Jack Schechterly Jacqueline Woodward Bernard Scherer JoEllen DiGirolamo Yeasted ’70 Brock Schneider Elizabeth Duchscherer Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Frank A. Altier Francesca Cantarini ’99 Marilyn and James A. Davis Linda J. Delia ’69 John R. Echement Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Barbara McDermott ’77 Talib Nichiren ’96 Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan ’60 Jennifer Reeger Sybil R. Schwartz Kay Shotts Shedwick ’60 Vernet Spence-Brown ’77 Lula M. Sweeney ’95 Remy Sell Stephanie Sell Seton Hill University Class of 1958 Anne O’Neill O’Brien ’58 Seton Hill University Class of 1964 Anonymous Patricia L. Barey ’64 Therese Burson ’64 Arlene Carapellucci Carmichael ’64 Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Roberta Fitzgerald Grant ’64 Bonnie J. Harshbarger ’64 Brenda Bergquist Kessler ’64 and John W. Kessler Laurene DiGennaro Kristof ’64 and Zoltan Kristof Barbara Edwards MacKenzie ’64 Diana Murphy-Greiner ’64 Mary Ellen Hau Nemo ’64 Paula Kiles Newman ’64 Elaine Higgins Rogers ’64 Jeraldine Stein Romeo ’64 Kathleen M. Whalen-Eaton ’64 Seton Hill University Class of 1968 Susan Aljoe ’68 Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68 Doris S. Fiorentino ’68 Jane Duffy Frenke ’68 Carol Guglielm ’68

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Diana Gullette-Lloyd ’68 Dorothy McKool Hazen ’68 Patricia Breene Hipkins ’68 Carol Ann Leshock ’68 Kathleen Talley McKenna ’68 Angela Mudrak ’68 Nancy C. O’Neill-Ahearn ’68 Joanne Dobson Pontani ’68 Kathryn Istvan Valero ’68 Louisa Wilson Zadecky ’68 and Leonard Zadecky Seton Hill University Class of 1986 Marcy Miller Bliss ’86 Mary Ann Fisher Buck ’68 Kelley Murray Skoloda ’86 Myron E. Siegel Patrice A. Tedescko ’73 Emma E. Simmers ’19 Rachel Sunday Nora Simmers ’17 Rachel Sunday Kylie Sinn Christopher Bates David H. McCullough Lowry G. Sinn Grace Smakosz Michael Smakosz Elijah Snider Donna Perfetti David H. Stanley Linda G. Mitchell ’90

Morgan Toal Thomas and Ruth Albanesi Charles and Mary Holste Grace Tolle Alexandra E. Tolle Joanne Tolle Shelley Tolle Bradyn Tramuta Jaclyn M. Fawcett Bartko ’12 and Christopher R. Bartko ’10 Gerald Gall Todd and Lisa Tramuta Brian Tucker Roseanne and Scott Tucker Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 Brian Uhrinek Jack VanSlooten Jon VanSlooten Kevin Vaupel Judith D. Longhauser Darryl E. Vaupel Deidra Vaupel Jeffrey Vaupel Andino Vecchiolla Todd Vecchiolla Raymond and Renee Burke Biondi and Betty Lou Vecchiolla Scott, Kimberly, Rhianne, and Francesca Vengel Scott Vengel

Sean E. Stanners ’18 Martin and Bridget Stanners

Benjamin Vicini ’21 John and Laura Kulick Rita Vicini

Marissa Steck Wilbur and Theresa Munn

Zachary J. Voytek ’17 Marjorie and David Voytek

Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens James H. Pirlo ’07

James R. Waddell Linda Fiorelli ’74

Tiara K. Stossel ’14 Thomas Stossel Gracie Stynchula ’21 Chris A. Roble Alaina Teselle Joan Teselle

Alexander Wade ’21 John Wade Dennis Walker David Safin Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70 Linda Stark Jensen ’70

Amber Thomas ’21 Daniel and Lynn Thomas

Ashton Wetzler Scott and Sally Sayers James Wetzler

Ryan Thomas Jennifer Hindman

Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 Alyce Holden Sheridan ’57

Hannah Thompson Lewis Barkley Kimberly Barkley Megonnell ’98

Nicholas Whittington Scott and Sally Sayers

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Dominic Williams James and Carolyn Zanardelli

Gwendolyn and Charles H. Williams Brenda Williams Grubisic ’71 Mary Ann Winters, SC ’67 Paula A. Carpentieri ’76 Lynda J. Guzik ’78 Susan L. Tarasevich ’78 Caiden Wood Robert and Barbara Baltes Lorraine Payne Erin Wood Greg and Carol Wood Cabrina A. Woodruff ’71 Mary A. Neely ’71 Jamie Wrabel ’21 Jeffrey Vargo Daniel J. Wukich Jennifer Kettering Daniel R. Wukich ’18 James H. Pirlo ’07 Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Demetra Chengelis Czegan ’02 LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher ’78 Ellen Federici Fowler ’77 Kathleen A. Garde ’88 Lynda J. Guzik ’78 Donna Campbell King ’89 Ryanne Forcht Palermo ’05 Kathryn Rother Jessica Thomas ’11 and Amanda Willard ’12 Lisa Young Thomas M. Yarabinetz Mary Lou Yurick ’72 Chris Yurick Piper ’79 Mackenzie Zang Michael Zang

GRIFFIN ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Griffin Athletic Association advances school spirit and team pride while supporting Seton Hill’s 21 varsity athletic programs.

ATHLETIC DONORS 84 Lumber Clark Adams Sarah J. Aikins Thomas and Ruth Albanesi Craig Alberts Fardan R. Allen ’20 Olga Alpizar Paige N. Alviani ’14 Joseph and Teresa Anania Amelia Anderson Tyler J. Anderson ’08 Chrissy Arnold Astro Turf Mary J. Austeri Nikki and Thomas Austeri Richard E. Austin ’07 Jill and Kevin Bailey Linda Bails Diane Balcom Robert and Barbara Baltes Ryan M. Barabe ’20 Lewis Barkley Brian Barnes Jennifer Baroun Jaclyn M. Fawcett Bartko ’12 and Christopher R. Bartko ’10 Dan Bartosh Christopher Bates Cynthia and Bill Beal Frank Beasley, II Alex and Christen Belgiovane Michael D. Belsito ’12 and Emily Sangermano Belsito ’13 Benevity Community Impact Fund Peter and Jennifer Bergeron Russell and Georgia Bergert Todd and Kim Bergert Jeffrey and Lora Bertig Jerry Bertig Michael Bertig Colleen Beverly Katherine M. Bloomgren ’14


Bibiana Boerio ’75 Cynthia Bonafield Barb Bonura Frank Bonura Gina Bonura Missy Bonura Lorie Bonzo Lucille Bova Toni Bowlen Colleen M. Brady Gary and Leta Brendlinger Rick and Laurie Brennan Richard and Rebecca Broadwater Kenneth Bryan Robert and Kimberly Bryan Warren and Mary Lou Bulseco Marybeth Burge Michelle Burgess Raymond and Renee Burke Kevin T. Cala ’13 Anthony Camasso ’18 David Cannon Antoinette Capo Robert D. Carbaugh ’13 and Alissa Jones Carbaugh ’13 Molly E. Carbone ’20 Carclo Technical Plastics Rick and Amy Carello Lee S. Carrozza ’14 Thomas E. Caruso ’10 Thomas and Pamela Caruso Maureen D. Chaisson Joe Changle Greg L. Chaples ’12 Loren Charboneau Damien Chiappini Carole L. Chini Michelle Chini Scott Chisholm Holli Cholley Bryan and Dawn Cikowski Joseph A. Cillo ’18 Charles and Maura Clagett Dr. and Mrs. Barry A. Clark Russell Clark Rhonda Cohen Brad L. Comport ’13 David and Liz Conely Carol and Patrick Conlan Keisha Connor Rick and Cindy Conrad Consumer Portfolio Services, Inc Subrina Cook Brendan Costantino Kathryn and James Costantino Willard and Peggy Cotton Courtyard by Marriott Greensburg Fred A. Covatto Pamela B. Craig Jason J. Crighton ’09 Serafino and Judith Croce Jessica Croft Kevin Cronin Marion and Joyce Cumo Christopher and Becky Curran Liam R. D’Aoust ’09 Jennifer Davidson Bill Davis Kyrsti Sowers Davis ’11

+ Deceased

Danielle M. Day ’09 and Daniel I. Day ’09 Thomas DeAngelis ’11 Paul and Elizabeth Deastlov Matthew C. Deemer ’09 Nathan A. DeFilippi ’12 Tony DeLeonibus Lisa and Jeff Deller Scott Dellett Fay L. Dellinger Jon DeLuca Andrew R. DeMase ’09 and Rebecca Sally DeMase ’11 Robert and Amy DeMichiei Parker E. Denny ’20 Andrew DeSana ’19 Anthony J. DeSana ’15 Jennifer Devinney Noah Diebel Michael F. Dieckmann Andrew R. DiNardo ’10 Joseph and Anita Dinsmore Anthony J. DiPerna ’13 Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Elizabeth Duchscherer Robert Dutton Paul Edwards Coonnie Elosser Robert and Deborah Emerick Energy-One Heating & AC Colleen D. Ereditario ’11 Jody Ereditario Nicholas J. Erminio Albert C. Erni, Jr. ’09 Todd Esposita James R. Eutsey Gina Evans Excela Health Linda Burke Falcone ’69 Michelle Fame Anthony J. Fanelli ’16 Martha A. Faris Christa Feister Adam and Renee Ference Daryl P. Ferguson ’07 and Angel Garcia-Ferguson Todd Fiedor Ross Fiegener Yvette Figueroa Shawn C. Fink ’09 Antoinette Finnerty First Commonwealth Bank Mike and Dawn Fischer Chad M. Fitzgerald ’07 Robert Fleming Courtney Fletcher Brandon G. Flythe ’07 Judith Focareta Fotorecord Wendy Fox Sandra Fox-Trudel James Fredal Ronald Freeborough Josie Funari Mira and Brad Funari Gerald Gall Mamie Garver Georgia Gaudi Richard and Mary Gaudi Harry and Peggy Gaughan

Nathan Geesey Faith Simmons George ’07 and Jeremy S. George Kaitlyn Germanoski ’19 Jeffrey Giordan Jacqueline Gleason-Kada Glenmede Globalquest Solutions, Inc. David and Kristy Gonos Thomas and Ruth Ann Gonos Tyler L. Graham ’19 Angela Gray George and Janet Gray Stacey Gray George and Marlene Green Deborah Grguras Victoria Marie Gribschaw, SC ’65 Saverio J. Grimaldi Danielle Groff Denean Groff Kathleen Guerrieri Adam Haas ’09 Joanne M. Hancharick Patrick Hanulak Thomas P. Harbert Amy Harich Bryan M. Harmon ’07 and Jamie Clark Harmon ’07 Matthew Harmon Whitney Nash Harness ’07 and Jerry V. Harness, Jr. ’07 John Harper Lauren M. Wassil Harrall ’06 Mark A. Hartz ’09 Jonteal L. Hasty ’19 Keith and Cecelia Hauger Rosemary Hauser Zachary J. Heide ’16 George Heigel Henderson Brothers Retirement Phil Hendricks Melissa Hennessy Jarrett L. Highsmith ’09 Alexander H. Hill ’14 Jennifer Hindman Mark J. Hipp Diann and Gregory Hogan James and Donna Hollis Charles and Mary Holste Erik Hultgren ’16 Elizabeth Hunsberger IBM Corporation Barry and Patricia Ilse Industrial Cooling Corporation, ICC Domenica Ingemi Inselmini Construction Carol A. Jacobelli ’90 Jamie P. DiAndreth Physical Therapy Sharon Jamiolkowski Karen E. Janowski Ciara Jaracz Fran Johns Bennett Johnson Marsha Jones Robert and Alice Jones Brandon Jossey ’14 Kacin Company Linda Kahmer Carole L. Kanuch Michael L. Kaplan ’11

Kathy Hutter Katarski ’72 Laura Kelley Frank Kibler Mackenzie A. Kilduff ’19 Kevin J. King Terry L. Kintner Amy Bisceglia Kline ’91 Michael and Sheila Klotz Judith Koleski Jeff and Elaina Kollar Wayne Kopp Mandy Korn Linda Kosmacki George Koziarz KPMG Foundation Lorraine Krisanda Doug Krivda ’09 David Kruse Shirley A. Kruse John and Laura Kulick David and Andrea Kundrat Randy Lamendola Latrobe Elks No. 907 Jeffrey and Gwen Lawrenzi Christine Layton Stephen Lear LECOM Live! Casino Luke D. Lewis ’18 John Limbacher Regina Lindsey Joyce Lloyd Joshua M. Logan ’12 Steven J. Long ’07 Judith D. Longhauser Paula Lounder Amanda Lukacsko Allan and Lisa Lydic William and Helen Lyons Celeste Mackulin Michael and Michelle Macy Vincent H. Maglione ’11 and Natasha Nichols Maglione ’13 Michael Maines John A. Makell Jr. Gary and Sharon Malacane Matt Malacane Amanda Malkowski ’12 Jeannie and Richard Malloy Heidi Maloni Zachary J. Martinelli ’17 Marthinsen & Salvitti Insurance Group, Inc. Carole Masters Kathleen R. Matolyak Bryan and Amy Matte Samuel Mattei ’16 Brian Matthews Heather and Pete Maund Robert E. Maver Kevin May Darrell and Leslie Mayne Christina Mazelon Jacquelyn Fontana McCarthy ’11 and David A. McCarthy ’11 Erika Haitz McCarthy ’10 and Michael P. McCarthy ’09 Patrick P. McCarthy ’14 Patrick F. McClure ’12 and Megan Purcell McClure ’13

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Grace E. McCormac David H. McCullough Jim McCullough Michael A. McCullough ’12 Matthew T. McCune ’08 Patrick and Marcia McGinley Sarah M. McGowan ’19 Jim and MaryAlice McGuigan Brian and Kimberly McKoy Kimberly Barkley Megonnell ’98 Phyllis Meinert Sonny Melnick Brendon Mendelson ’18 Justin M. Menefee ’10 Jacqueline Meriweather Carol A. Miller Eric P. Minerd ’13 Jo-Anne M. Mineweaser Collin P. Mitchell ’19 Gus Mohlhenrich Nancy Moore Frank Moran Charlotte and Dennis Morgret TJ and Teresa Morris Mike and Linda Morrison Geri Morrow Travis Motiuk Wilbur and Theresa Munn Jonathan W. Murphy ’12 Alexandra Murray Brian Murray Brian Murray, Jr. Mary A. Murray Kenneth Musko Dana R. Myers Evan T. Myers ’18 George Neast Kelly and Peter Neferis Nick P. Neferis ’18 Matthew S. Nelson ’08 Anna R. Neri Brea Neri Mary Clark Neumann ’09 and Michael Neumann ’10 Joan B. Newill Shawn O’Mara Dave M. Offner ’17 Carol A. Ondek Onyx Wellness Ray Orndorff Richard and Jennifer Orndorff Sharon Orndorff Jeffrey and Julie Osikowicz Robert and Marcella Osikowicz Robert Over Alanna Daniels Parsons ’06 Aaron Pascazi ’11 Lorraine Payne Maja Pederson Reed Pederson Jack and Carla Pellis Mark Pemu Jerry Pendley Jane Penman Donna Perfetti Carl and Carol Peterson Alexis C. Petrarca ’18 Michael and Amy Petro Karen and John Petrus

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Megan Warman Pettke ’18 and Shane W. Pettke ’18 Pfizer Inc. Terra Phelps Tony R. Piccolini Marc A. Piche ’15 James H. Pirlo ’07 Susan Pittman PJ Dick, Inc. Andrew J. Poye ’09 Joshua D. Pratt ’08 Jason Profio Eric Putt Corey D. Queen ’11 William B. Rabuck ’19 Virginia L. Rach A. Raimondo, Inc Claude and Bonita Ramey Tami Ray Tom Reho Becky Rempe Michael and Shelley Ressler Shelley Ressler Ricciuti Enterprise, Inc. Mark and Mary Roach Christian Roberts ’18 Richard and Elizabeth Robillard Teri Robinson Chris A. Roble Robert and Ann Rossi Kathleen Roth David and Nancy Roy Teresa Roy Daniel J. Ruby ’11 Roberto B. Saenz ’07 David Safin Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Salko Marie Samosky Scott and Sally Sayers Mycendia Scarborough Cynthia Schade Brett and Pam Schoppert Timothy Schreiber ’16 Gregory A. Sell ’09 Stephanie Sell Beth Senchantixay Joanne Setting Shahzib Shahbaz ’19 Helen Shaner Austin N. Shaw ’20 Sheetz, Inc. Jim Sherwin Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Roy Shipley, Jr. John L. Silk Sparten R. Silveri Susan and Daniel Simmers Emma E. Simmers ’19 Sara Simmers Claire Simmons Jeffrey J. Simon ’12 Lowry G. Sinn Gregory A. Sipe ’14 and Katie M. Burns Sipe ’09 Barbara Bifulco Skonieczki ’78 Christiana M. Skrabak ’20 Michael Smakosz Brett M. Smith ’16

Christopher T. Snyder Robert and Ella Snyder Joshua K. Sobota ’06 and Ellen Fisher-Sobota ’09 Bryce A. Spak ’18 Ray and Mary Spoonhoward James and Joyce Spuhler Bryan and Mary Ellen St.Clair Justin M. Starkey ’09 Brooke Steinau Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Tiara K. Stossel ’14 Sarah Kocevar Strang ’79 Kris Strong Terri Strong Paul I. Sturm ’19 Rachel Sunday Rodney Sunday ’19 Joan Teselle Aleshia D. Thomas Morgan Toal Alexandra E. Tolle Grace Tolle Joanne Tolle Shelley Tolle Beth Tompkins Kristen and William Torpey Toyota of Greensburg Ty Trainor Bryce Tramuta Todd and Lisa Tramuta Patrick J. Trettel ’10 Linda Trimble Tru-Edge Brian Tucker Roseanne and Scott Tucker Anne Marie Urban ’99 Kevin C. Urtz ’12 Patricia Valentino Ralph Valentino Patti Vance Jon VanSlooten Jeffrey Vargo Darryl E. Vaupel Deidra Vaupel Jeffrey Vaupel Betty Lou Vecchiolla and Biondi Vecchiolla, Jr. Todd Vecchiolla Rita Vicini Elaine Voce Marjorie and David J. Voytek Zachary J. Voytek ’17 Garret B. Vrbanic ’17 John Wade Brian Warheit ’11 Buck W. Watkins ’10 Michael and Bridgett Weeks Cory J. Weibel ’07 Wellsboro Pediatric Health Care Associates Jim and Beth Welsh Todd Welsh ’06 Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce James Wetzler Michael and Patricia Wheeler Brandon M. Whitfield ’08

Amy Whittington Raymond Wilkins Sherri Wilson Jason and Racheal Wisniewski The Wood Family Erin Wood Greg and Carol Wood Valerie Wood Jacqueline Woodward Brandon Wright ’17 AJ Wroblewski Daniel P. and Tammy Wukich Shannon Yanek Michael Zang Eleanor Ziegler Tyler J. Zimmer ’15 Mike and Penny Zimmerman


Addison H. Gibson Foundation Education Block Grant PNC Charitable Trusts Addison H. Gibson Foundation

Campaign for Student Scholarships Seton Hill University thanks the following donors who have created new scholarships or increased existing scholarships by gifts of $10,000 or more during the Campaign for Student Scholarships. The scholarships listed were created or increased as of September 30, 2021. Additional Campaign Scholarships will be listed in a future publication.

Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Melissa and Timothy Alsing Jane Ward Austin ’69 Karen Barkac ’84 Joanne Caterino Beckjord ’71 Patricia and Nick Bell Lisa Pietropaoli Bevington ’86 Jean M. Boggs, S.C. ’59 Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Donna and James Breisinger Carol R. Brown Cynthia and Lawrence S. Busch Carlow University Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Stephen and Helen Casey Catholic Charities Diocese of Greensburg Central Catholic High School Dennis and Annie Cestra Carrie Coghill Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro Frank DeChellis ’15 Janice E. Decker ’81 Diocese of Pittsburgh Frances L. Donahue Rhodora J. Donahue Duquesne University Linda C. Earnest ’78 Elliott Group Excela Health Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Federated Investors, Inc. Harris Ferris Linda Fiorelli ’74 First Catholic Slovak Ladies Association First Energy Corp. Susan Boyle Fisher ’67 + Katherine and Thomas Freyvogel Thomas and Kathleen Freyvogel William and Natalie Freyvogel Matthew J. Galando ’04 Nicole Pergar Garrity ’08 and Sean T. Garrity ’08 Ruth Ann Grant Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 Louise Grundish, S.C. Mary Ann Henerotya Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Hirtle, Callaghan & Company Annette Modar Holder ’01 and Daniel Holder Gabriel and Gloria Hudock A. Richard Kacin Nicole A. Koci ’08 and Armand J. Leonelli ’06

Susanna and Carl Koubek Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) Laurel Valley Graphics Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Erin and Jared Leland Jennifer Briggs Mary Lou McLaughlin ’06 Rose-Marie Weibel Merz ’60 Rosemary Miller Rebecca and Derek Mousseau Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 and Carl Melella Iva Munk ’88 and Milton Munk Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 Rhodora and Theodore Noethling Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D. Maureen S. O’Brien Oakland Catholic High School Mary Diederich Ott ’65 William and Audia Otto Chris Yurick Piper ’79 and Russell Piper P.J. Dick, Inc. PPG Industries Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Queenan, Jr. Barry Reeger Photography Janet White Robinson ’52 Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr. Catharine Murray Ryan and John T. Ryan, III S&T Bank Saint Vincent Archabbey and College Jane Sarra Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Rebecca Cost Snyder St. Anne Home James and Judith A. Stalder Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Charmaine R. Strong Michael and Linn Swanson Tucker Arensberg, P.C. Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 and Paul Uhrinek UPMC Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Susan Marie Yochum, S.C. ’77 Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and the Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko Nancy Amorose Memorial Endowed Scholarship A&S Carpet Collection Michelle and Tim Aarons Advanced Medical Equipment, LLC Raymond and Julie Alakson Melissa and Timothy Alsing Mark and Pam Alvey Stacie L. Amorose Vincent and Barbara Amorose

Joseph P. Bellack Carol J. Billman ’95 and Fred R. Billman Rachel J. Blais, S.C. Jamie and Michael Bostard Terri L. Bostard Timothy and Melissa Bostard Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Charles and Rosemarie Catullo Scott and Darlene Cearns Paul and Sarah Corridoni Judith W. Cromer Robert Crossey Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro Robert and Amy DeMichiei Frank W. Dittig Carmen and Cheryl Dott Tracy B. Elliott William S. Ferraro Mary C. Finger and David Paris Carole T. Fisher Russell and Heather Fry Mira and Brad Funari Michael and Michelle Giarrusso William and Sarah Graham Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 Louise Grundish, S.C. Clement A. Guarlotti Colette Hanlon, S.C. ’63 Grace Hartzog, S.C. ’71 Julie Heckman Scott and Kathleen Hoener Annette Modar Holder ’01 and Daniel Holder David and Beth Houpt Rebecca J. Hoyle Judith E. Jadot Johnson’s Pharmaceutical Services, Inc. Richard and Ann Kalik Dean and Ellen Kelley David and Mary Kettering Donald and Patricia Kettering Joseph M. Kettering Jennifer Kettering Damian and Angela Knauff Carl and Nancy Laughery Joseph Leonello, Jr. Vivien Linkhauer, S.C. ’67 Lynne Wukich Lippincott ’85 and Laurence Lippincott David and Christine Lomicka Tracey L. Lusk Nedra R. Macioce Gary and Sharon Malacane Glenn and Julie Mannion William and Belva Marco Traci Matejevich Patrick J. McGivern Gary and Robin McGrath Charles and Vera McLeod Kathleen and Marvin Mensch Ted and Janet Merlino John and Phyllis Mrosco Christine M. Mueseler

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Mary Jo Mutschler, S.C. ’69 Ryan and Renee Negri Colleen Noonan Maureen O’Brien, S.C. ’67 Michael and Evelyn Palumbo Donna M. Pembrooke James and Christina Poe Dan Priatko William D. Priatko Jennifer Reeger Oscar and Patricia Reyna Rohrich Cadillac Mark and Karen Rose-Roper Breanna Kelly Salvio ’16 Kenneth and Geraldine Seibert Eric and Amy Seigh Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Daniel and Barbara Shipman Laura W. Sigurdsson Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Steven and Linda Skarupa Rebecca Cost Snyder Keli Kovalcik Spiegel ’93 and Erik Spiegel Thomas and Mary Stinelli Richard and Shawn Straub Joseph and Vallie Strednak Gary and Laura Uncapher Richard and Lori Vickroy Anita and Andre Walters Michael and Mary Washowich Patricia M. Weinert Sally S. Wellman William and Carol Wentzel Tracey Wilkinson Karen Farmer White Darcia Williamson Nancy Woodward Alexis Wukich Dane and Beverly Wukich Daniel J. Wukich Tammy and Daniel P. Wukich Richard M. Wukich Paul and Mary Wynkoop Susan Marie Yochum, S.C. ’77 Anonymous Centennial Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Endowed Scholarship Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 + Jane Ward Austin ’69 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Barbara Foster Ward ’39 Jane Ward Austin ’69 Karen Barkac ’84 Endowed Scholarship In Honor of Michael and Lois Barkac Karen Barkac ’84 PPG Industries Foundation

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Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Endowed Scholarship for Music and Theatre Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 and The Honorable William H. Baugman Miguel J. Bauza and Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 Endowed Scholarship Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 and Miguel J. Bauza Robin Heffernan Beck Endowed Scholarship Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck + Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Patricia A. Daly David Dennin and Anthony Curreri Robert W. Dougherty Linda Fiorelli ’74 Lorin and Patricia Fleming Ann Koziar ’64 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Elaine Higgins Rogers ’64 Shirley L. Ross Lloyd and Ann Swaim Francis and Mary Udicious Joan K. Wells Ira and Flaura Winston Mary Jones Bergin ’35 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Margaret Bergin O’Connor ’69 Cynthia W. Black ’76 Scholarship Michael and Andrea Babich Cynthia Wills Black ’76 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Your Cause, LLC. Katherine M. Bloomgren ’14 Endowed Scholarship Michael and Deborah Bloomgren RADM Ronne Zasadni Froman Blue, USN ’69 Endowed Scholarship General Atomics Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue ’69 and Linden Blue Anne Sloan Borland ’49 Memorial/ Wolf-Kuhn Foundation Endowed Scholarship M. Rosaire Wilker, S.C. ’58 + Wolf-Kuhn Foundation JoAnne Woodyard Boyle, Ph.D. ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Anonymous Melissa and Timothy Alsing Applebox Studios Michael Arnzen Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 Eileen Bartolomucci

Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga ’57 James and Kathleen Bendel Arthur J. Boyle, Jr. Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee Elaine G. Bryan ’84 Francesca Cantarini ’99 Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat ’59 Sally Leete Clarke ’57 Mary Kay Agamedi Cooper ’92 and Eric Cooper Jennifer Rodal Costa ’94 John and Karen Cramer Julia Trimarchi Cuccaro and John A. Cuccaro Christine L. Cusick Sara Gill Cutting ’62 Robert and Amy DeMichiei John R. Echement Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland Debra Faszer-McMahon Constance Sullivan Fearon ’51 Diane Sandzimier Figg ’81 Mary C. Finger and David Paris Bernadette Fondy ’69 + Carole Herwood Gilardi ’59 Linda Y. Gouaze ’65 Marjorie C. Gross ’67 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Carol Taschler Harkins ’57 Andrea M. Ansell Hay ’07 Donald M. Henderson Richard and Sande Hendricks H. Phipps Hoffstot, III Linda and E. Patrick Howard Lee Jamison A. Richard Kacin Alice Kaylor ’73 Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Dennis Kuhnemund and Peggy Kuhnemund + Patricia A. Landers ’55 Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Joan Patchan Lunifeld ’57 Loretta Trese Maley ’66 Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Lee Tobin McClain Arthur H. Meehan Theresa Smarrella Metcalf ’57 Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Christine M. Mueseler Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 Tomi Ann Nolan ’54 Maureen S. O’Brien Helen F. O’Connor ’49 Joy Cocchiola Pankin ’68 Laura S. Patterson Helen Gannon Pflaum ’62 + Pittsburgh Foundation Stephanie J. Powers ’71 Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Queenan, Jr. Anne Ruff Quirk ’56 Jennifer Reeger

Jean A. Robinson Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr. Gregg and Monique Rosen Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Scalise Real Estate Ralph A. Scalise Curt Scheib Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Sara Radford Shea ’56 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Adelaide Briley Smith ’54 Judith M. Stanley ’58 Nancy and George Stewart Anne E. Sullivan Christian J. Swango United Way of Southwestern PA Walden Trust Molly and Joseph Walton Susan Dzurisin White ’68 Diane Zeiger Mary Susan Bradley Endowed Scholarship Mary Susan Bradley ’69 Carl W. Brown, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Carl Wallace Brown + Robert M. Brownlee Endowed Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee Lillian J. Calistri ’29 Scholarship Calistri Family Foundation Mary Lou Campana Family Annual Fund Scholarship Trixie Puff Foundation Traci Hake Carter ’86 Annual Scholarship for Nursing Traci Hake Carter ’86 Dale E. and Pearl Chew Carroll Endowed Memorial Scholarship Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Centennial Music Department Endowed Scholarship In Honor of The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Carly Litvik Brambila ’06 Kathleen M. Campbell ’80 Daniel P. Casebeer Brett D. Cuddy ’18 Carla M. DellaPenna ’87 Dana J. Elmendorf Debra Faszer-McMahon Sylvia Bachert Forsyth ’60 Laurie Fox Nancy Repasky Gorinski ’77 Carol Guglielm ’68 Lisa Steck Helsel ’80 Barbara C. Hinkle Beverly and George Hritz Bethany Hudak Hughes ’00


Shirley and Marvin Huls Carole and Glenn Johnson Natalie Robertshaw Kelley ’80 Tracy Hauger Keys ’92 and Drew Keys Linda J. Kosko ’14 Edward M. Kuhn Patricia G. Manno ’00 Carolyn Allgeier Melby ’62 Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Christopher M. Parfitt ’06 Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Pedicone Pennsylvania Music Teachers Association Westmoreland Chapter James P. Riggs ’93 Linda Rothbauer Ruffalo ’76 Charles and Alice Rulapaugh Curt Scheib George Shaner Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill TaMara Swank and John Swank, Jr. + Larry Taylor ’95 Mary Yeager Travers ’53 Theresa Verteramo Varrato ’58 Class of 1964 Legacy Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Elizabeth McDonough Baker ’64 Patricia L. Barey ’64 Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck + Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Therese Burson ’64 Arlene Carapellucci Carmichael ’64 Ruth Ann Faller Collins ’64 Mary Ann Corbo Connors ’64 Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly ’64 Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Darren M. Furgerson Donald F. Furgerson ’64 Roberta Fitzgerald Grant ’64 Bonnie J. Harshbarger ’64 Brenda Bergquist Kessler ’64 and John W. Kessler Laurene DiGennaro Kristof ’64 Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 Barbara Edwards MacKenzie ’64 Diana Murphy-Greiner ’64 Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Mary Ellen Hau Nemo ’64 Paula Kiles Newman ’64 Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Mary Liz Allen Richardson ’64 + Elaine Higgins Rogers ’64 Jeraldine Stein Romeo ’64 Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64 Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia Kathryn Haas Stukus ’64 Kathleen M. Whalen-Eaton ’64 Class of 1964 Legacy Annual Scholarship Anonymous M. Majda Tavcar Ambrozic ’64 + Deceased

Elizabeth McDonough Baker ’64 Patricia L. Barey ’64 Mary Elizabeth Reilly Barrett ’64 Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck + Sharon Brewer ’64 Louise Calvario Brown ’64 Therese Burson ’64 Arlene Carapellucci Carmichael ’64 Mary Ann Corbo Connors ’64 Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly ’64 Antoinette Pace Durkin ’64 Joan Markey Fitzgerald ’64 Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Donald F. Furgerson Nancy Flowers Geist ’65 Roberta Fitzgerald Grant ’64 Norene Halvonik ’64 Bonnie J. Harshbarger ’64 Brenda Bergquist Kessler ’64 and John W. Kessler Laurene DiGennaro Kristof ’64 Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 Barbara Edwards MacKenzie ’64 Diana Murphy-Greiner ’64 Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Mary Ellen Hau Nemo ’64 Paula Kiles Newman ’64 Rachel Conroy Noblett ’64 Mary Liz Allen Richardson ’64 + Jeraldine Stein Romeo ’64 Daly Mackowski Schreck ’64 Kathryn Haas Stukus ’64 Kathleen M. Whalen-Eaton ’64 Class of 1968 Forward Fund Susan Aljoe ’68 Genevieve McNally Becker ’69 Celeste DiStefano Bellissimo ’68 Paulette Bifano Berret ’68 Marcy Miller Bliss ’86 Theresa Twaddle Buchanan ’68 Mary Ann Fisher Buck ’68 Jean Kessel Chapas ’68 Seton Hill College Class of 1968 Elaine Barno Closser ’68 Ann Nokes Crane ’68 Marjorie Eckman ’68 Sue Ellen Evans ’68 ExxonMobil Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Doris S. Fiorentino ’68 Jane Duffy Frenke ’68 Joan Malek Gmiter ’68 Danielle R. Goyette ’68 Mary Elizabeth Salopek Greenwood ’68 Carol Guglielm ’68 Diana Gullette-Lloyd ’68 Dorothy McKool Hazen ’68 Patricia Breene Hipkins ’68 IBM Corporation Dorothy A. Jacko, S.C. ’68 + Janis Mancuso Jensen ’68 Judith Giannone Kane ’68 Donna Ferry Koenig ’68 Monica M. Kolasa ’68

Carol Ann Leshock ’68 Bernadette Malinoski ’68 Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Carol McKool Marlin ’68 Virginia Segedy McConnell ’68 Kathleen Talley McKenna ’68 Kathleen Murphy Meyers ’68 Angela Mudrak ’68 Nancy C. O’Neill-Ahearn ’68 Joy Cocchiola Pankin ’68 Joanne Dobson Pontani ’68 Patricia Coons Rumon ’68 Mary Lou Kerr Sarber ’68 Judith A. Slack ’68 Mary Ann Sullenberger ’68 Ellen Newmyer Sullivan ’68 Diane Planisek Summey ’68 Gretchen Tambellini ’68 Antoinette Barila Thompson ’68 Theresa M. Tobin ’68 Viera Novak Trapp ’68 Ann Trexler ’68 Kathryn Istvan Valero ’68 Judy Wagner Velky ’68 Mary Jo Repasky Wright ’68 Louisa Wilson Zadecky ’68 and Leonard Zadecky Community Advocate Scholarship Fund Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Captain John Patrick Conroy (USN) Memorial Scholarship Barbara Conroy Mary Ann McQuade and James P. McQuade + Corsetti-DeChellis Family Endowed Scholarship Tim and Maryellen Baker Martin F. Barkin Patricia Barron Anna Bianco Linda and Thomas Boyle Diane Britz Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Cynthia A. Champ Helen Corsetti + Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Patricia J. Cunningham Frank DeChellis ’14 Lawrence Deering Steven and Mary Lynn Dewick Debra A. Donley ’75 Michele A. Fiorillo Ian Frazier Janis Price Frazier ’76 James and Karen Greb Mary Ann Haney Paul and Rosanne Henry Holy Family Institute Robert and Selina Johnson Cameron Levkoff Molinaro Thomas and Grace Murphy Vernon C. Neal & Alvina B. Neal Fund Victoria C. Palm Michael and Kathleen Pennesi

Carl Price Dorothy Price Jo Ann and Charles Queenan, Jr. Robert and Annette Ramsey Mark and Carole Shepard Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Clyde Smith Christopher and Nancy Spang Sheree Toth Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Lawrence H. White Eveline L. York Joan and Gilbert Zilner Mary Cottingham Memorial Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 Endowed Scholarship Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 + Linda B. Motz Society of Women Engineers Tropical Sands Accommodations Kathy Zelkovich Mary A. Downey ’51 Endowed Scholarship Spiesman-Klein Family Jean Ann Draffen Earley ’48 Endowed Scholarship Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan Duke University Sarah and Anthony F. Earley, Jr. Mary Klotman Linda C. Earnest ’78 Endowed Scholarship Margaret DiVirgilio ’80 Linda C. Earnest ’78 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Robert W. and Pamela Errett Endowed Scholarship Robert W. Errett ’03 Christine Delegram Farrell Scholarship Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Julia and Tony Ferrante Endowed Scholarship Fund Darlene Ferrante ’68 Rosemary Ferrante Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59 Ferris Family Endowed Scholarship Denise V. Ferris ’78 Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris Fette Endowed Scholarship Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris Fette

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Jean M. Finger Endowed Scholarship Melissa and Timothy Alsing Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Imogene L. Cathey Mary C. Finger and David Paris Brett Freshour Vivien Linkhauer, S.C. Jennifer Lundy Christine M. Mueseler Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Susan Marie Yochum, S.C. ’77 Anne M. Urban ’99 Gloria T. and Ralph F. Fiorelli Memorial Annual Scholarship Linda Fiorelli ’74 Gloria T. and Ralph F. Fiorelli Memorial Endowed Scholarship Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Frank J. and Margaret R. Firsching Memorial Endowed Scholarship Marjorie Firsching Shipe ’47 + First Commonwealth Bank Endowed Scholarship First Commonwealth Bank Eva Fleischner, Ph.D. Endowed Fund for Visiting Scholars & Students in Holocaust and Genocide Studies Timothy Crain Eva Fleischner + Leslie Fleischner and Hans Fleischner + Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 Bernadette R. Fondy Endowed Scholarship Dr. Lynn Acquafondata and Dr. Francois Piche Bernadette Fondy ’69 + Susan Fondy Thomas P. Fondy Francois Piche Kathryn Rother Funari Family Scholarship Josie Funari Mira and Brad Funari Patricia Acquaviva Gabow, M.D. Endowed Scholarship Denver Foundation Patricia Acquaviva Gabow ’65 Matthew J. Galando Endowed Scholarship in honor of Edward and Suzanne Galando Matthew J. Galando ’04

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Sheila Gail Geoghan Endowed Scholarship Gail Harvey Geoghan ’53 + Dr. Walter J. Pierce Isabelle Humphrey Gilchrist Scholarship Jane Gilchrist ’72 Fabiola Zahuranec Gornik and Louis J. Gornik, Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Ruth O’Block Grant Endowed Scholarship Program Douds, Inc. Verstandig Family Foundation Walter M. Grushesky ’98 Endowed Scholarship Walter M. Grushesky ’98 John and Nora Hanley Endowed Scholarship Eileen Hanley Breen ’45+ James Stauss Nancy Gregory and Donald Hazlett Endowed Music Scholarship Anonymous Timothy and Marsha Bixer Community Foundation of Louisville Community Foundation of Westmoreland County DKN Architects Brian and Stephanie Donhoff Donald G. Hazlett + Mary Ann and Scott Hazlett N. Deborah Hazlett Tim and Leslie Hazlett Charles Horertz James P. Riggs ’93 Robert L. Royer Milan Savkovich Jean K. Shockey Steve and Maria Shockey Edward D. Showalter Patricia C. Wardell Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs, LLP Clare Elizabeth O’Hagan Higgins ’45 Endowed Scholarship Fund Anonymous Edgar B. Highberger and Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 Endowed Scholarship BNY Mellon Pershing Jacob Gruss Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger Edgar B. Highberger Endowed Music Scholarship Anonymous Megan E. Ambrose ’00 American Guild of Organists Pittsburgh Chapter

American Guild of Organists Westmoreland Chapter Reverend and Mrs. Hans Andrae Sylvia and Martin Ankrum Richard and Cheryl Baker Edward and Louise Bastille Nicholas and Carol Behun Robert E. Benner Joel and Jean Blice Thomas and Toni Boord Jean R. Bunting ’86 Harry and Sarah Campbell Arthur and Shelia Caramella Sylvia K. Carlson Margaret K. and Robert M. Carpenter Anne H. Coiner ’93 Sandra L. Cole Daniel M. Collier Jon J. Danzak Gabriel and Kelly Doman Carolyn S. Falcon Sandra Finley ’87 Eugene Forish ’09 Anita Garr Washington and Dorothy Gjebre Terrence and Jeanie Graft Charles and Janet Graham Jacob Gruss Betty W. Hammer Colette Hanlon, S.C. ’63 Betty G. Harrold Martha R. Hawk ’89 Donald Hayward John and Carol Henry Thomas and Joanne Hershey Elizabeth B. Hoeldtke Raymond and Karen Huey Ruth Hughes ’02 Shirley and Marvin Huls Robin Jennings Deborah Yackovich Johnston ’81 Michelle Kardos ’16 John Kautz Robert and Arlene Kendra Susan and Jeffrey Laughlin Lawrence W. Leonard Colleen Lissy Patricia G. Manno ’00 Sharon Donaldson Marks ’83 and Robert J. Marks Robert and Tracy Marschik Beth McAtee Terrance and Wendy McCann Robert S. McKie + Susan S. McKie Richard and Janet McNerny Debra Barra Morley ’79 Sheryl E. Nagy Teresa Neff ’84 Justin D. Norris ’06 Frances A. Olinger Jan Edward Orris Cameron M. Pampus ’15 Ruth E. Poscich Sara A. Rager James P. Riggs ’93 Charles and Hettie Robinson

Carl W. Ross + Jan Rupp John Salveson Wilson and Julia Saul William and Lori Saul Vivian Schwing Belinda M. Sedlak William Siebert Cynthia M. Somple M. Patricia Stephanik James and Florence Stitt Jeanne C. Suehr ’85 Larry Taylor ’95 Amy Beth Templeton James and Alice Templeton Brad and Diane Thompson Joan Toomey Susan W. Trafford Trinity United Church of Christ Stephanie Riley Turin ’88 and Todd Turin Linda and Jerry Urbani Elsie Vanetta Robert D. Walker Nancy E. Wallace Helen L. Walter Lois Ann Watson Janine Pershing Wright Hollowood Grant Kate Moloney ’69 Mary Ann Hunter Memorial Endowed Scholarship Jodee Harris ’92 Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Mary Jane Mock Huttinger ’42, Alice Mock Beckman ’37, and Marian Mock Feist ’42 Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 and James Huttinger Barry and Patricia Ilse Annual Scholarship Barry and Patricia Ilse Barry and Patricia IIse Endowed Scholarship Barry and Patricia Ilse Infanger Research Endowed Fund Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Frederic M. Crehan Josie Funari GE Foundation Dolores P. Infanger and Frank C. Infanger + William and Deborah Infanger Ted and Tess Mendoza M. Ellen Steward Pentz ’72 John and Jeanne Perkins Chris Yurick Piper ’79 Napoleon and Rogelia Ramiro Cleta Horn Schmitt ’74 Katherine Schenck Smith ’72


Janice L. Stamm ’97 Janet C. Valickus Nancy Boerio Iorizzo and Robert P. Iorizzo Internship Fund Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Nancy Boerio Iorizzo and Robert P. Iorizzo Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Angeline and Frank Boerio Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo Iron Griffin Endowed Scholarship Jeremy S. George Tuscano Agency, Inc. Beth Ann Johnson Memorial Scholarship Carole and Glenn Johnson Veronica Campbell Zappia ’90 Michael J. and Aimee Rusinko Kakos Endowed Scholarship Aimee and Michael J. Kakos Elizabeth Campalong Karl ’68 Endowed Scholarship Thomas L. Clouse Marjorie Eckman ’68 Dolores Krasovec Fernandez ’68 Norene Halvonik ’64 David P. Karl Becky T. Kerns ’48 Roy Kruse Mary Ann Campalong Myhre ’64 Richard and Eleanore Pearson Dean and Judith Rossi Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Karen Venis Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Evelyn B. Kaufman Foundation Becky Kerns ’48 Endowed Scholarship Becky T. Kerns ’48 Mary-Margaret Kerns Dr. Frank Klapak Endowed Scholarship Callista A. Arida ’18 Amy-Gabrielle Bartolac ’14 Sandra and Douglas Bath Kelli Gardner Belanger ’89 Michael and Eloise Cary Mayra Colon ’95 Marisa Corona ’17 Jacqueline Fajt ’01 Kathy Fajt Stacey Gardill ’92 Charles Hamman Shirley Hamman Lawrence L. Jesky Jennifer Jones

+ Deceased

Michael S. Klapak Sharon L. Klapak ’00 and Francis Klapak Melanie Klapak Trott ’95 James Kunkle Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Jennifer Makowski ’11 Kary Coleman Milan ’98 and Josh Milan Bruce T. Powell ’13 and Hannah Gravante Powel ’13 Michael J. Puskaric ’12 Allison Wyzkiewicz Sasso ’01 and Jacob M. Sasso ’11 Jacquelyn M. Smith ’98 David H. Stanley Charmaine R. Strong Marcus L. Thompson ’08 Lee Tobin McClain Anne M. Urban ’99 Christine L. Vucinich ’98 Harry E. Klein and Jean Vislay Klein ’49 Endowed Scholarship Jean Vislay Klein ’49 + Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus Basic Science Fund for Women Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 and Gerald Lazarus, M.D. Bernice Ferrante Lewis and Floyd Lee Lewis Scholarship Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd Lewis

Martha Raak ’97 Margaret R. Ruppert Gene A. and Iva Jean Saraceni Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Marie McGavin Thaler ’68 Anita Lavin Manoli Endowed Scholarship Fund Bill Gleason Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Joan L. Manoli ’79 Richard J. Schulte Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 Scholarship John Mazero Lynna and Joseph Mazero Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 Harvey and Karman Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship Jane Ward Austin ’69 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Janet Miller Rosemary Miller Ross S. Miller + James H. Pirlo ’07 Cheryl and Remy Schoone Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Walter Skero and Kathleen Skero + Anne M. Urban ’99 Rose M. Young Janet Miller Endowed Scholarship Janet Miller Rosemary Miller

Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Endowed Scholarship for Nutrition, Food Science and Dietetics Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69

Rosemary Miller Endowed Scholarship Janet Miller Rosemary Miller

Frank and Regina Magda Endowed Scholarship Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D.

Dr. Ross Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship Kurt Miller Rosemary Miller

Cynthia Magistro, Ph.D. Endowed Scholarship Cynthia Magistro ’78

Miscellaneous Scholarships Association of Independent Colleges & Universities of Pennsylvania The Presser Foundation

Sr. Jeremy Mahla, S.C. Endowed Memorial Scholarship M. Jeremy Mahla, S.C. + Michel Pawlosky Maiers ’98 Endowed Scholarship Michel Pawlosky Maiers ’98 Youngwood Eye Care, Inc. Jacinta Mann Endowed Scholarship Fund for Future Setonians Jane Ward Austin ’69 Barbara Bensel Blasi ’68 Louise Grobl Jacinta Mann + Ruth Conley McDonald ’65 Jane Miller

Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Fred Moore Annual Scholarship Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Alfred Moore Gail Clougherty Moses ’69 Endowed Scholarship Gail Clougherty Moses ’69 Christine M. Mueseler Endowed Scholarship Erica Hainesworth Adams ’09 Lisa Ciuca Carino ’88 and Mark Carino Mary Ross Cox ’99

Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Amy Lankey Christine M. Mueseler Christy L. Pergar ’06 James H. Pirlo ’07 Jennifer Reeger Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Lisa Seremet Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Kris M. Smith ’12 Ashley and Brock Zwierzelewski Edward H. and Gertrude Murphy Memorial Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth Murphy Durishan ’71 and Mark Durishan Excellence in English Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Sr. Miriam Joseph Murphy, S.C. Marianne Drott Squyres ’62 Maggie Murray Memorial Volleyball Scholarship Evan E. Adair Mary Jane Antoon Jvelisse V. Aponte Cynthia and Bill Beal Richard and Amy Beckman Audrey and Gregory Bisignani Jane Cowell Jeffery and Veronica Dunn Erie Runners Club Zenon Farian Mira and Brad Funari Gilles Smith Perdum Insurance Agency, LLC Dory and Anthony Grack Darlene Grandinetti Great Lakes Automation Services, Inc. Bruce Guth Richard and Valerie Hall Patrick and Patricia Howard Angela M. Krak ’18 Lager Cafe, Inc. Thomas and Mari Langer Tracey Larson Designs Joan F. Lasher Richard and Angela Lathroum Keith and Ann Lawrence Mary E. Loncharic Anne M. McCormick Timothy and Laurie McKernan Michele Mellick ’16 Francis and Nancy Mifsud Terry J. Miller James and Marlo Moeller Charlotte and Dennis Morgret Alexandra Murray Brian Murray Mary A. Murray Johanna C. North Eden Olson ’18 Edward and Christine Palattella Margaret Paterson James H. Pirlo ’07 Jason and Jennifer Roeback Nancy and Patrick Scully

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Virginia P. Snyder David and Kimberly Soule Garner and Kathleen Tarbell Kirk and Christina Warner

Emma O’Brien Endowed Scholarship Fund Irene E. O’Brien ’45 Margaret E. O’Brien

Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Sr. M. Deborah Kelly, S.C. ’42 Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64

Ryan Campus Ministry Endowment for Student Programming Catharine Murray Ryan and John T. Ryan, III

Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Internship, Research and Study Abroad Annual Scholarship Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray

Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 Kimberly O’Brien Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien

Helen Dayton Quigley ’49 Basketball MVP Scholarship Dr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Quigley

Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Internship, Research and Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship Freddie Mac Jen Jones Gary and Sharon Malacane Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray

Karen Fisher O’Connor ’75 Endowed Scholarship Karen Fisher O’Connor ’75

Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 Endowed Memorial Scholarship E. Ronald Salvitti II E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. and Diann Salvitti John Salvitti Salvitti Family Foundation

Ned J. Nakles, Sr. Leadership Award for Academic Excellence and Community Service Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Patricia Goodwin Norry Endowed Scholarship Lisa Brachman Michael and Gail Dowell Dorothy Schmadel Egbert ’69 Joan Feuerstein Louis Fisher David and Sharon Fondelier Jill Foster Margaret Goldsmith and Donald Dalzell Robert Goodwin, Jr. Ernest and Kathryn Greene Bill and Carol Hall Priscilla Jones Christine N. Kearns Linda Kornberg Michelle M. LaRue ’08 Arnold M. Lerman Sidney Markus Dr. Susan McDuff Elisabeth Miller William Mittendorf Dr. Andrea Neely Doug and Carolyn Norry Leonard J. Norry Larry and Elaine Parachini Allison S. Polish Joe and Tamara Rice Patrick Rowe Robert and Ruth Runyan Patrick and Chrissy Scheper Sally Schwartz Jaye Sela Stuart Smith Triangle Community Foundation Gary and Heidi Tyson Victor Valdisera Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 Endowed Scholarship Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 and Wally Nunn

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Patricia O’Donoghue Endowed Scholarship Patricia O’Donoghue Mary and James O’Neil Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth Costello Amaris Mary L. O’Neil Costello ’55 Kathleen O’Neil Isleib ’62 Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Mary C. Reese Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Endowed Scholarship Mary Diederich Ott ’65 and Edward Ott Kum Rye Park Memorial Scholarship Fund Jeong-Seon Kim MiRan Cho Surh ’84 Andrea Pascale Endowed Scholarship Andrea Pascale ’61 Wilma and Robert Patterson Scholarship Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill James H. Pirlo ’07 Endowed Scholarship Janet Miller Rosemary Miller James H. Pirlo ’07 Anthony Plesha, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Catherine and Walter B. Hobart, Jr. Cathy Plesha ’73 Gloria F. and Arthur J. Pollock Endowed Scholarship for Study Abroad Buttercup & Thistle, LLC Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli John and Charlotte Fong Elizabeth Haradon Aaron and Christina Pollock Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur J. Pollock Emily and David Shedlock

Helen Normile Quinlan Endowed Scholarship Lawrence and Karen Anderson Benevity Community Impact Fund Jacqueline C. Bradley Marianne Bragg Andrew and Lisa Briggs Arlene M. Burgess Margaret Butler Henry and Carolyn Byrd John and Mary Clavin William and Debra Cooper Janet A. Delbridge Victor Falcetti Carole Herwood Gilardi ’59 Michael and Deborah Groenhout Todd and Janet Gustafson Francis and Charlotte Hammond Susan M. Harmon Institute of Professional Practice, Inc. Thomas and Joan Irwin S. Meredith and Beverly Johnson Sara A. Keaton Paul and Ann Linehan Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer ’59 and Victor L. Ludmerer Thomas and Linda May Janice F. Mayhew Milford Special Needs Club Virginia S. Nolan Margaret Normile Martin and Elaine Normile Elizabeth Purinton Richard S. Quinlan Michael and Francee Quinlan James and Nancy Sandahl Patricia Palmer Schimmel ’59 Janice M. Sellards Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko H. Gordon and Marcella Starkey Walter and Leslie Strong Donald and Mary Anne Thacker William and Patricia Tovell R. Lane and Brenda Ware James and Judith Witmer Barbara Wrobel Michele Moore Ridge ’69 Endowed Scholarship Michele Moore Ridge ’69 and The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge Alice Edwards Riley ’30 Endowed Music Scholarship Katherine L. Riley Roberts Family Annual Scholarship In Honor of Dr. Richard G. Ulrich Christian Roberts ’18 and Rocio Roberts

Marion Sandzimier, Sr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship Krista Boyer ’03 and Ryann P. Bradley ’07 Vivian Boyer ’00 Valerie and Dana Eachus Diane Sandzimier Figg ’81 William T. Fritz Josephine C. Sandzimier Joseph Scaturro Memorial Endowed Scholarship Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Florence Marie Scott Biology Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Beth Shapiro Leslie Shapiro Louis Shapiro Robert and Debbie Shapiro Florence Smith Michele Stachowiak Savannah River Nuclear Solutions LLC Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Frank A. Altier Charles and Nancy Anderson Sheila M. Angel ’00 Dawn McClowry Aul ’60 Eileen L. Barry ’60 Martha Imlay Bernardi ’60 Vera Bonnet Christine Fusca Boova ’42 Mary Jo Ruefle Brecht ’77 and Timothy M. Brecht Carol Ann Smith Brereton ’60 Mary Ann Fisher Buck ’68 Elizabeth Deignan Budney ’60 Patricia Soentgen Bunnell ’60 Rebecca R. Campbell Francesca Cantarini ’99 Kathleen Ferrari Catalano ’59 Michele A. Chossat Gene Ciafre Lynn Conroy ’58 Jeanne Mullin Cook ’44 + Rosemary L. Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis Marilyn and James A. Davis Marilyn Riccardo Dawson ’77 Patricia Policicchio DeConcilis ’72 Linda J. Delia ’69 Denise Plante Deshaies ’60


Therese L. duBreuil ’77 John R. Echement Carolyn S. Falcon Joanne D’Itri Fantone ’78 Cynthia J. Ferrari ’06 Bonnie Mesaros Ferris ’77 Sylvia Hill Fields ’78 and Freddie Fields Leslie Fleischner and Hans Fleischner + Eugene Forish ’09 Marlene Ward Frey ’60 + Josie Funari Joanne Bergamasco Gabriel ’60 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Shoshana and Robert Halden Susan Prosperi Hickey ’76 Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger Shirley B. and Marvin J. Huls Dennis and Linda Hurwitz Barbara Visaggio Jorden ’60 Alice Kaylor ’73 Barbara L. Kennedy + Katherine J. Kersten Lee and Jane Klingenberg Donna Ferry Koenig ’68 Patricia Kooser-Wall James and Eileen Kopelman Frances M. Leap and Kathleen M. Froncek Mary Jane Maloney Leone ’58 Morrison and Rosemary Lewis Lisa and Frank Lotito Joyce A. MacGregor Marta Maxwell Maher ’83 + Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Janet Nipaver Martha ’71 Frances Howard Marze ’60 Barbara McDermott ’77 Denise V. McGill ’77 Deborah Dzombak McMahon ’7 Michael and Stacy Mendler Rose-Marie Weibel Merz ’60 Andrea Reynolds Michaux ’77 Maria Mickwitz ’60 Rosemary Miller Carol Kurpiewski Mintus ’77 and Chris Mintus ’02 Laura Vercek Mitoch ’77 Sharon E. Moore Donald and Janet Moritz Christine M. Mueseler Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan ’60 Helene Karasek Paharik ’87 and James G. Paharik Lillie Pang ’77 Mary Ciarrocca Pendleton ’77 Joan and Fred Pittman Pittsburgh Foundation Gloria DeMatteo Pohodich ’77 Martha Raak ’97 Jennifer Reeger Necee Regis ’77 Maryellen Regis-Civetta ’62 Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur Rooney, Jr. Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60

+ Deceased

Lorraine Sculco Louis Shapiro Kay Shotts Shedwick ’60 Jocelyn Howard Sinopoli ’77 Vernet Spence-Brown Kathy Luketich Stem ’77 Lenore McGinley Stepenosky ’60 Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Angeles L. Stiteler ’65 Barbara Stover Kathaleen B. Strotmeyer Monica Stynchula ’82 Lula M. Sweeney ’95 Virginia Nickel Tobin ’60 Michelle Campbell Toohey ’72 and George M. Toohey Margretta Stokes Tucker ’77 Marianne Randolph Unanue ’60 Thomas G. Voss + Russell and Susan Walker Mary Jane Gresser Webster ’60 Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Carol and Ernest Westwood Debra Boring Woods ’98 Susan Marie Yochum, S.C. ’77 Mary Just Zappone ’71 Rosemarie Evankovich Zaydak ’77 Seton Hill University Greenhouse Endowed Maintenance and Operation Fund Bernadette Fondy ’69 + Setonian Financial Aid Scholarship Fund Anonymous Rebecca R. Ackerman ’92 Linda J. Adler Melissa and Timothy Alsing Reverend and Mrs. Hans Andrae Sheila M. Angel ’00 Emmanuel and Sue Ellen Answine Rosina DiAbundo Anthony ’68 Marcia Marciniak Auth ’76 Martin F. Barkin Steven G. Bassett Daniel Baughman ’17 Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 and William Beck + Joanne Caterino Beckjord ’71 Ellen Conway Bellone ’58 Rose Ann Cleary Bencivenga ’57 James and Kathleen Bendel Michelle L. Bender ’95 Michael and Deborah Bloomgren James Boswell ’16 Mary Alice Jackson Boyle ’46 Sharon Brewer ’64 Michael and Maryann Brooker Eleanor Frieberg Burns ’59 Mary Ann Palmisano Burns ’53 Patricia Cabrey ’62 Carrie L. Caroselli ’07 Rita Wathne Carr ’65 Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Valerie Harpel Carter ’80 and Todd Carter Daniel P. Casebeer

Sean Cassidy Judith Chiari Caudill ’61 Nancy Woodyard Chilcoat ’59 Michele A. Chossat Jane Halligan Claesgens ’70 Sylvia Miller Clarke ’57 Jessica Bobb Collier ’09 Mary Jane Collins and William J. Collins + Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Mary Ann G. Corr, S.C. ’67 Carol Akerman Cortese ’77 Nellie A. Costabile ’70 Mary Ross Cox ’99 Susan Baca Crowe ’69 Susan Bozzo Curfman ’75 Marilyn L. Cutshall ’80 Joan Archard Cuttle ’57 Joan Pilarski Daley ’65 John O. Dalton ’14 Patricia Trongo Dangelo ’68 Carolyn Zappone D’Astolfo ’66 Lynn Breithaupt Dayton ’59 Daniel Deyell Timothy F. Deyell ’19 Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Carolyn N. Bringe Domasky ’14 Mary Anne McCloskey Donnelly ’64 Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58 David C. Droppa Janet Gaffney Dunstan ’70 Christine A. Dziedzina ’73 Valerie and Dana Eachus Dana J. Elmendorf Marie Smith Esselborn ’56 Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Debra Faszer-McMahon Frederick R. Favo + Rosemary Ferrante Bonnie Mesaros Ferris ’77 Denise V. Ferris ’78 Bernice M. Fisher ’70 Anita Foley Flaherty ’71 D. Christine Forlano ’64 Lois Hutchin Fornes ’68 Jamie L. Fornsaglio and David Hull Anne Dawgert Franchak ’66 Freddie Mac Mira and Brad Funari Pauline Gaffney Eileen Kelly Garbarini ’49 Kathleen A. Garde ’88 Kathryn Geiselhart Mary Beth Gray Gigler ’70 Margaret Murphy Grace ’67 Louise P. Zang Grant and Timothy J. Grant Ruth Ann Grant Lynn M. Grattan Jacqueline Kendrick Gravell ’74 Victoria Marie Gribschaw, S.C. ’65 Linda Liedke Griffiths ’74 Barbara Cippel Grinnen ’81 Daniel R. Grosso ’11 Julia Collins Guarnieri ’67 Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Carol Guglielm ’68 Mary Louise Mahon Guyet ’63

Mary Kay Prokopik Guzik ’78 Karen Harouse-Bell ’82 Darrick Harris ’19 Grace Hartzog, S.C. ’71 Carol Hauser Inez Avalos Heath ’70 Jeanne Marie Pauvlik Helmcke ’66 Richard and Sande Hendricks Joan D. Hobart Andrew Mary Horvath, S.C. ’67 Rita Monastra Howell ’51 George and Beverly Hritz Kathleen A. Huth ’77 Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 and James Huttinger Janet Bender Jacoby ’74 Theresa Helinsky Jaworski ’68 Linda Stark Jensen ’70 Maureen Jozwick Wilda K. Kaylor ’71 S. John and Maura Kelly Lisa A. Kifer ’05 and Robert Kifer Rita Csech Knott ’55 Andrea Kopcak ’00 John and Rosemary Kowalski Deborah M. Molini Kraus ’79 Karen Puskar Lippany ’67 Fredreka S. Living Janet Porvaznik Lomicka ’66 Patricia Mooney Loucks ’70 Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Mary Ellen Gotkiewicz Ludmerer ’59 Anne Boitano Lynes ’56 Mary Jane Reid Maidment ’69 Sharon and Gary Malacane Stephanie and Pat Malley Dianne E. Malone ’82 Paula Seabol Maloney ’70 Marc Marizzaldi Kathleen and Eugene Marks, Jr. Rosemarie Porto Marone ’57 Geraldine Frances Marr, S.C. ’63 Barbara Martinelli ’91 Colleen Brown Matsik ’72 Andrea Shedwick Maue ’86 Nancy McCloy ’70 Elizabeth Boyle McDonald and Sean McDonald Nancy G. McGaw ’71 Anne Ende McGervey ’61 Margaret J. McKinley ’67 Mary Ann McQuade and James P. McQuade + Marilyn Komatz Mealy ’56 Arthur H. Meehan Denise Hildrich Mesina ’00 Maria Mickwitz ’60 Rosemary Miller Kathryn Mihalcik Moore ’71 Ruth Morris ’69 Margaret Grieder Mulcahy ’71 Stephanie Munoz Mary Jo Mutschler, S.C. ’69 Justin D. Norris ’06 Joyce Novotny-Prettiman ’97 Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D. Maureen O’Brien, S.C. ’67

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Karen Fisher O’Connor ’75 Mary Lou Palas, S.C. ’69 Ryanne Forcht Palermo ’05 Cynthia and Vincent Pasceri & Family Brianna Paskie Kimberly Swanson Pellicer ’87 Nancy Frank Perunko ’67 Carl and Carol Peterson Andrew and Courtney Pflaum William D. Pflaum James H. Pirlo ’07 David Plecenik Stephanie J. Powers ’71 Lorrena M. Preble Donald A. Primerano Denise Pullen Richard S. Quinlan Jennifer Reeger Patricia Garvey Regan ’63 Ellen Schneider Richards ’72 Katherine L. Riley Roxanne L. Rinier ’80 Janet White Robinson ’52 Catharine Murray Ryan and John T. Ryan, III Breanna Kelly Salvio ’16 Rosanne H. Sandolfini ’91 Carolyn Santilli Jenny L. Santilli Mary Lou Kerr Sarber ’68 Kathleen Rylander Sarniak-Tanzola ’78 Toni Cucchi Schilb ’78 Anita Schulte, S.C. ’57 Lorin E. Schumacher ’09 Heidi Schuman Gina Marie Sciarrino Joanne Setting Jill Dunmire Siddiq ’96 Alberta M. Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51 Linda Gioia Simon ’75 Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Judith A. Slack ’68 Somerset Trust Company Ellen Spain ’08 James and Judy Stalder Judith M. Stanley ’58 Carol A. Steinmetz ’91 and James Steinmetz John Stevens Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Lynda Sukolsky MaryKat Mackowski Sundahl ’66 Judith Zanone Tedford ’67 Jeffrey and Lori Telford Lori Telford Cindy Terrify Jason Thomas Barbara A. Tompko ’94 Stephanie Riley Turin ’88 and Todd Turin Michelle Samarin Unruh ’94 Anne M. Urban ’99 Mary Jane Eisenbart Vignovic ’69 Kathleen Keally Voigt ’59 Christine L. Vucinich Quinones ’98

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Kathy Marie Kwapisz Walter ’73 Julie Warnick Laura Dzombak Warren ’80 Joan Dzmura Warzeski ’51 Nancy Zilner Weir ’75 Bridget S. Widdowson ’82 Susan Marie Yochum, S.C. ’77 Kaelyn Zakrajsek Thomas A. Zang, Jr. Xavier and Elizabeth Zang Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Endowed Scholarship Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Robb Shimko Family Scholarship Jennifer Reeger Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Alberta Albrecht Siemiatkoski Endowment Fund Alberta Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51 Dorcas J. Singley ’36 Endowed Scholarship Fund Stephen and Virginia German Virginia German Robert S. Singley Sisters of Charity Scholarship Anonymous Susan Jenny, S.C. ’66 Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians Beatrice Ann Parenti, S.C. ’69 Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Florence Fiori and Marguerite Fiori Slavonia Memorial Music Scholarship Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia Nancy J. Kasuba Smith ’69 Endowed Scholarship James and Janis Devany Donna Drissler Jonnie G. Guerra ’73 Nellie R. Klas Susan M. Klas Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Janice Flood Nichols ’69 and David Nichols Irene Posati Barbara Kutch Pryle ’69 Quality Life Services Michael R. Racko John J. Reilly Thomas C. Rice Richard J. Schulte Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Clyde Smith Dominick J. Thomas, Esq. Michael J. Tulley, Jr. James M. Varner Patricia Cosgrove Young ’69

Perry C. Smith M.D. and Mary O’Hare Smith Endowed Scholarship J. Donald and Agnes Delach William and Mary Dilla Pauline Gaffney Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Palermo/Kissinger & Associates, P.C. Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 John Pirris Mary P. Rubino Lois Sculco, S.C. ’60 Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 + Winifred Ursini Adrian and Phyllis Vanstrien

Sean E. Stanners Endowed Scholarship Martin and Bridget Stanners Mary Claire Stanners

Megan and Ryan Enoch Ernst & Young Foundation Jean Marie Farina Colleen and Mark Feigel Matthew and Kimberly Feigel William and Erin Fischer Anne M. Fleming Jamie Fries David and Sara Gardner Marlene K. Grasha ’09 Michael Hannon Andrew and Pilar Herr Dallas C. Hipple Mary and Richard Hohn Dennis Karl Tina and David Karl Patricia M. King Mark E. Lopushansky Darren and Mary Ann Macioce Gary and Sandy Macioce Jack and Lindsay Macioce Michael Macioce Marc and Karen Massa Donald and Kathy Mower Natale Neubert Roger and Kristen Ngirimana Maureen O’Brien, S.C. ’67 Justin and Jessica Petrovich James H. Pirlo ’07 Andrew Razanauskas Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Molly and Justin Schmotzer Adam Smith Deborah and Steven Snider Cheryl R. Soltis Barb and Jamie Staniscia Joshua Staniscia Allen and Susan Stevens John Stevens Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Charmaine R. Strong Brian Uhrinek Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 and Paul Uhrinek Anthony and Sarah Venditti Dominic and Morgan Venditti

Leslie Stevens ’10 Annual Scholarship for Adult Students Alicia and Jimmy Baranik Lee F. Baranik Allison L. Botti ;14 John S. Bozek Lucas Briola and Catherine Petrany Kathryn Loughran Cala ’79 and Gregory C. Cala Christopher Caric Drs. John Charley and Margaret Horning Michael and Darlene Daverio Carmine Coco DeYoung ’73 Daniel M. DiNinno Margaret A. DiNinno ’82 and Ralph DiNinno Dennis and Sue Ann DiSilvio Joseph and Patricia Donahoe Debbie Egler

Leslie Stevens Scholarship for Adult Students Endowed Scholarship Ayco Charitable Foundation Lea and Jimmy Baranik Lee and Paula Baranik Timothy A. Bracken Kathryn Loughran Cala ’79 and Greg Cala Kathleen Hockycko Catalano ’73 Drs. John Charley and Margaret Horning Anthony W. Cherrone Aaron and Beth Conway Richard and Sandra D’Ottavio Scott Davis Carmine Coco De Young ’73 Richard and Susan Disante Joseph and Patricia Donahoe E-Benefits Solutions

Patricia Smiy ’78 Annual Scholarship for Sacred Music Covington Investment Advisors, Inc. Patricia A. Smiy ’78 Patricia A. Smiy Foundation Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Scholarship Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Paul and Anne Smiy Scholarship for Nursing Anonymous Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Rebecca Cost Snyder Endowed Scholarship Rebecca Cost Snyder Ellen Spain Endowed Scholarship Ellen Spain ’08 Spellman, McGrath, McGurty Endowed Scholarship John E. “Jack” and Brigitte McGrath


Patrick and Patricia Fallon Colleen and Mark Feigel Matthew and Kimberly Feigel William and Erin Fischer Anne M. Fleming David and Sara Gardner Robert and Judith Goda Marlene K. Grasha ’09 Dallas C. Hipple IBM Corporation David and Tina Karl Robert and Patricia King Patricia King Mark Kochvar Mark E. Lopushansky Gary and Sandy Macioce Mars Bank Jana Martino Marc and Karen Massa Jim and Patti McRickard Donald M. Mower Robert Obradovich, D.M.D., LLC Michael and Constance Ordower Jennifer Pacione Dante and Toni Pellegrini Barbara and David Pezze James H. Pirlo ’07 Damian and Allison Rippole Molly and Justin Schmotzer Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko Bruce and Penny Six Adam Smith Deborah and Steven Snider Jerry and Margaret Soles Cheryl R. Soltis Barb and Jamie Staniscia Kathy Luketich Stem ’77 Michael Stevens ’15 and Katie Stevens Allen and Sue Stevens John Stevens Gerry Stevens + Charmaine R. Strong Richard J. Tito Robert Weamer Brian and Laura Wingard Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 Endowed Scholarship Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard Stillwagon Nancy J. Stoner ’57 Endowed Scholarship Nancy J. Stoner ’57 Anna E. and James M. Tempero Memorial Endowed Scholarship Anna Marie Tempero ’65 Carmela Tempero ’88 Sr. Colette Toler, S.C. ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Victoria Bleyer ’82 Jennifer Rodal Costa ’94 Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 PNC Financial Services Group Anne M. Urban ’99 + Deceased

Sally Favo Troll Scholarship Fund Denise Troll Covey ’83 Frederick R. Favo + Nancy Favo Schepis ’58 Blanche M. Tully and Katherine M. Tully Stanley Memorial Endowed Scholarship Judith M. Stanley ’58 Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 Endowed Scholarship Brian Uhrinek Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 and Paul Uhrinek Scott, Kimberly, Rhianne, and Francesca Vengel Endowed Scholarship Scott M. Vengel Ada Fiorelli Waddell Endowed Fund for Adult Students Judith Burrows Jane Halligan Claesgens ’70 Jacqueline and Donald Diehl Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli John and Charlotte Fong Suzanne Fletcher Gauthier ’70 Elizabeth Haradon Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Kathleen Dziuban Scott ’70 Katherine Klopsch Siler ’70 Rosemary Blum Smith ’70 Rita J. Spisak ’77 James R. Waddell Carol A. Schwalie Walters-Hopkins ’63 Memorial Scholarship Carol Schwalie Walters Hopkins + Donald Hopkins + Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70 Endowed Scholarship for Study Abroad Linda Stark Jensen ’70 Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70 Nancy Jane King Wandrisco Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund Thomas A. Wandrisco Dora Weedman ’45 Endowed Scholarship for Dietetics Dora M. Weedman-Kerker + Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Alyce Holden Sheridan ’57 Scholarship Fund Alyce Holden Sheridan ’57 Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Donald Wentling

COL Ret. Bridget S. Widdowson Endowed Scholarship Bridget S. Widdowson ’82 Douglas J. Wood Memorial Endowed Scholarship Benevity Community Impact Fund Theodore F. Dane, Jr. David and Debbie Delisi J.W. Liken Holdings Eric T. Kreuter Camille and Kathleen Merlino Christina Miller Barbara Sloan Standfast Asset Management, LLC Mark Womack James Wood Valerie Wood Virginia and Daniel Wood Dr. Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley ’55 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Gary Doyle Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley ’55 + Raymond B. Wrabley + Leo and Mary Jane Yochum Scholarship Mary Jane Yochum Susan Marie Yochum, S.C. ’77 Sr. Susan Yochum ’77 Endowed Scholarship for Natural and Health Sciences Dinorah M. Craven Demetra Chengelis Czegan ’02 LuAnn Milne Doerzbacher ’78 Ellen Federici Fowler ’77 Kathleen A. Garde ’88 Lynda J. Guzik ’78 Maurann Vargo Hakun ’88 Christin L. Hanigan ’02 Nita L. Houston Emily M. Kadhim Donna Campbell King ’89 Lorna Ocker Kotlin ’89 Ryanne Forcht Palermo ’05 Melissa Pasquinelli ’96 Ja’Nean C. Reay Kathryn Rother Jocelyn Howard Sinopoli ’77 Amy L. Linsebigler Smentkowski ’89 Susan L. Tarasevich ’78 Jessica Thomas ’11 and Amanda Willard ’12 Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko Scholarship Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko

Karen Farmer White Endowed Scholarship Karen Farmer White

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Dear Alumni and Friends, Thank you for your extrodinary generosity. We are truly grateful for all you do to help Seton Hill students ensure they have an education of the highest quality in the tradition of the Sisters of Charity. The Seton Hill University Heritage Society recognizes alumni and friends who remember Seton Hill in their wills or through other estate planning arrangements. Individuals who support Seton Hill through leadership gifts to create and support general and scholarship endowment funds are also listed here because these commitments make a lasting difference in the lives of our students and have a positive impact on the longterm financial health of the university. We appreciate the steadfast devotion of the alumni and friends who remain engaged in the life of Seton Hill. We acknowledge, in a special way, the following benefactors who have made the decision to name Seton Hill in their estate plans to support students - among them members of the Classes of 1970 and 1971 who celebrated their milestone 50th graduation anniversaries in 2021. For more information about the Heritage Society and how you can have a lasting impact on the lives of Seton Hill students, please reach out to me at shimko@setonhill.edu or at 724-830-4620. We look forward to working with you to perpetuate your legacy for future generation of Setonians. Please know your financial planner is the best source of information related to your personal circumstances. Thank you for the important role you play in helping Seton Hill students transform the world. Sincerely, Molly Robb Shimko Vice President for Institutional Advancement

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Anonymous + Hebron E. Adams Alpha Sigma Lambda + Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Grace F. Platt Arbury Annette Buchwalder Arnold ’67 Mary Ann Crenner Aug ’62 and John C. Aug Jane Ward Austin ’69 Karen Barkac ’84 + Mary Riker Barnett ’44 Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 and Miguel J. Bauza Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 + William Beck Janice M. Beckage + Constance Gritte Berto ’54 + Mary Anne Bishop ’58 Cynthia Wills Black ’76 and John A. Black, SVC ’76 Deborah and Michael Bloomgren Veronica Zasadni Froman Blue ’69 Bibiana Boerio ’75 + Ann Sloan Borland ’49 Sally Wilkinson Bourg ’52 Arthur J. Boyle, Jr. Mary Susan Bradley ’69 + Eileen Hanley Breen ’45 + Eva Bronner ’44 + Bernard Brown + Carl Wallace Brown, Jr. Scott L. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Brownlee + Mary Brennan Bullingham ’53 Charlene L. Burns ’80 Therese Burson ’64 Priscilla Crowe Burt ’60 Rosalie and Todd Carpenter Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Traci Hake Carter ’86 Frederick N. Caughill + Carol Christopher ’55 Paulette A. Ciotti ’74 Class of 1964 Class of 1968 Class of 1977 Lynn Conroy ’58 Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 + Helen Corsetti Rosemary Corsetti ’74 and Vincent DeChellis + B. Patrick Costello, Esq. Mary L. O’Neil Costello ’55 + Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 + The Honorable Richard D. Cudahy Mary Kathleen Cuneo + Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 + Helene Horovitz Dal Canton ’63 + Rita Burlas Daugherty ’42 Frank DeChellis ’14 Catherine B. and Patrick J. DeCourcy Linda J. Delia ’69 Vivienne C. Demm ’54 Frances Pellicano DePaul ’58 Patricia Bolosky DeRosa ’60 and Anthony DeRosa Betty Vranjes Dickinson ’55 Claudia Kent Dixon and Jack Dixon Catherine Gornik Dolfi ’72 Charlene Trichtinger Dorrian ’58 Walter P. Drosjack Carla Harrison Duls ’70 Janet Gaffney Dunstan ’70 Elizabeth Murphy Durishan ’71 and Mark Dursihan


Lyn Marie Dwyer, SC ’60 + Jean Ann Draffen Earley ’48 Sarah and Anthony F. Earley, Jr. Linda C. Earnest ’78 Anne M. and Robert Easby-Smith John R. Echement Robert Errett ’03 Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 + Anne F. Favo + Frederick R. Favo Denise Ferris ’78 + Ellen Walsh Ferris ’40 Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris Fette Louise Fichtl ’59 + Anna Mae Filkosky Mary C. Finger and David Paris + Gloria T. Fiorelli ’42 Linda Fiorelli ’74 Paul E. Fiorelli + Ralph Fiorelli + Susan Boyle Fisher ’67 + Eva Fleischner + Hans Fleischner Leslie Fleischner + Bernadette Fondy ’69 + Mary Frederick William T. Fritz Sally Conroy Fullman ’64 Josie Funari Patricia Acquaviva Gabow ’65 Matthew J. Galando ’04 Barry M. Garlitz + Gail Harvey Geoghan ’53 Mary Beth Gray Gigler ’70 Jane Gilchrist ’72 Thomas A. Gilchrist Harry K. Gillespie Martha J. and William M. Goodman Ruth Ann Grant Ruth O’Block Grant ’53 + Joan M. Graziano ’52 Victoria Marie Gribschaw, SC ’65 Walter M. Grushesky ’98 Hope Hakas Judy and Theodore Hakas Maureen Halloran, SC Norene A. Halvonik ’64 + Margaret Brobst Harrington ’35 Jodee Harris ’92 William Richard Harrison Suzanne Law Hawes ’56 + Donald Hazlett + Nancy Gregory Hazlett ’50 Tim and Leslie Hazlett Charles Huddleston Heaton, Sr. Rebecca A. Higgins ’79 Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 and Edgar B. Highberger + Carol Schwaile Walters-Hopkins + Donald Hopkins + Roberta Czerwinski Hossbacher ’49 Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 and James Huttinger Mary Sue Hyatt ’70 Barry and Patricia Ilse Ann Infanger, SC ’55 Dolores P. Infanger + Frank C. Infanger Nancy Boerio Iorizzo ’63 and Robert P. Iorizzo + Dorothy Jacko, SC ’68 Fritz Jelinek + Madeline Beltrandi Jelinek ’60 Carole and Glenn P. Johnson + Genevieve S. Johnson ’74

+ Deceased

+ Eleanor Hannon Judah ’47 + Melvin Judah + Loretta Juhas ’49 + Mary Elizabeth Vogel Kaiser ’42 + Robert G. Kaiser Michael J. Kakos and Aimee Rusinko Kakos David P. Karl + Elizabeth Campalong Karl ’68 + John Kasuba Perpetual Trust of Robert Kaub + Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Becky Kerns ’48 Mary-Margaret Kerns + Jean Vislay Klein ’49 Donna Konias ’86, M.B.A. ’01 Patricia A. Landers ’55 + Erminia LaScala ’49 Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus ’64 and Gerald S. Lazarus Victoria Leone Joan Smarrella Levan ’61 Bernice Ferrante Lewis ’61 and Floyd L. Lewis Mary and John Liipfert Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 + Mary O’Neil Lutes ’48 Anne Boitano Lynes ’56 Cynthia Magistro ’78 + M. Jeremy Mahla, SC Frank V. Maida Michel Pawlosky Maiers ’98 Paula Seabol Maloney ’70 + Jacinta Mann + Margaret Jack Mann ’44 Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 + Charles G. Manoli Rev. Robert J. Marks Laura A. Marshall ’78 James Matan + Lillian Archambault Matan ’60 Tony Matan, M.D. Matan Family Foundation, Inc. Mark Matan + John R. Mazero, M.D. Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 + Elizabeth Langley McDonough ’37 Endowed Trust Fund of Julia McGinniss McGowan ’26 John E. “Jack” McGrath and Brigitte McGrath + Mary Anne Spellman McGrath ’59 Mary Ann McQuade + James P. McQuade Janet Miller Robert J. Miller, SVC ’75 Rosemary Miller Mary Ann Mogus ’65, MFA ’01 Kate Moloney ’69 Katie Aikins Monsour ’06 and 2011 Senior Seminar Class Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Fred Moore John C. Morrell Gail Clougherty Moses ’69 Tanya J. Moximchalk ’95 Christine M. Mueseler Margaret M. Munley ’71 Murray Family Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray, SVC ’84 Mary Jo Mutschler, SC ’69 Barbara H. Nakles ’76 Ned J. Nakles, Jr., Esq. Robert J. Napoli, SVC ’85

Cheryl A. Napsha ’77 Perpetual Trust of Mildred Kumer Neff ’26 + Jean Falk New ’55 J. Robert New Talib Nichiren ’96 Mary Lou Hartnett Noonan ’60 Doug and Carolyn Norry Leonard Norry + Patricia Goodwin Norry ’56 Sally Anne Aurelio Novak ’81 and Albert J. Novak, Jr., SVC ’81 + Dorothy S. Nowling ’36 Monica Magda Null ’65 and Harry M. Null, M.D., SVC ’65 Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 and Wally Nunn Irene O’Brien ’45 Katherine Coleman O’Brien ’57 Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Nancy Smith O’Brien ’52 and Thomas O’Brien Karen Fisher O’Connor ’75 Margaret Bergin O’Connor ’69 Patricia O’Donoghue Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Carla M. Palamone ’92 Andrea M. Pascale ’61 Patricia Yundt Pelland ’72 + Mary Alberta Schilder Phillips ’30 James H. Pirlo ’07 Cathy Plesha ’73 Gloria Fiorelli Pollock ’68 and Arthur Pollock Endowed Trust Fund of Emma McGinniss Powderly ’29 Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Heidi and Matthew R. Quigley, M.D. + Helen Normile Quinlan ’59 Michael and Francee Quinlan Richard S. Quinlan Martha Raak ’97 + Ramen Raak + Mary Louise McSteen Redding ’34 + Charles A. Reese Margaret O’Neil Reese ’56 Rita M. Reese + Carol Ann Reichgut ’56 Lynn Rettinger, SC ’70 Michele Moore Ridge ’69 and The Honorable Thomas J. Ridge + Alice Edwards Riley ’30 Katherine L. Riley Marie Kish Robinson SJ ’45 Kathleen Kumer Rooney ’60 and Arthur J. Rooney, Jr., SVC ’57 Jacqueline Zvorsky Runkle ’71 Lorraine C. Rup ’69 Jeremy Rusnak John C. Rusnak Catharine Murray Ryan and John T. Ryan, III + Mary Janet Ryan, SC ’69 + Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. and Diann Salvitti E. Ronald Salvitti, II John Salvitti Kara Salvitti Conomikes Jennifer Salvitti Davis, M.D. Gene A. and Iva Jean Saraceni Lois Scaglione ’72 Marlene Chelena Scatena ’61 Nancy Favo Schepis ’58 Lois Sculco, SC ’60

Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Seton Hill University Alumni Advisory Council Molly Robb Shimko and Kenneth A. Shimko + Marjorie Firsching Shipe ’47 Beth and Russ Siegelman Alberta Albrecht Siemiatkoski ’51 + Claire Rittmeyer Simpson ’44 + Dorcas Johnson Singley ’36 Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Marguerite Fiori Slavonia ’64 and J. Gerald Slavonia, SVC ’63 Clyde G. Smith, SVC ’68 + Nancy Kasuba Smith ’69 + Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 + Perry C. Smith, M.D., SVC ’50 Patricia Smiy ’78 Rebecca Cost Snyder Ellen Spain ’08 + Jeanne Spencer ’62 Spiesman-Klein Family + Julia Spratt ’48 Beverly Ann Suraci Spyropoulos ’53 Marianne Drott Squyres ’62 Andrew G. Stacklin, SVC ’78 Loretta Stana ’64 Judith M. Stanley ’58 Bridget and Martin Stanners Anthony M. Stefano John Stevens + Leslie M. Stevens ’10 Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 and Richard A. Stillwagon, SVC ’69 Nancy J. Stoner ’57 Charmaine R. Strong MiRan Cho Surh ’84 Louise Ferrante Tanney ’59 Anna Marie Tempero ’65 Carmela Mae Tempero ’88 Christine Toretti Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 and Paul Uhrinek Marie E. Utzig ’49 Scott Vengel Jan Vernarec Grant Verstandig Toni G. Verstandig James R. Waddell + Dorothy Wistran Walk ’39 Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70 Thomas A. Wandrisco + Mary Washko ’42 + Dora Bearer Weedman-Kerker ’45 Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Donald J. Wentling Karen Farmer White Bridget Widdowson ’82 Boyd Wolff + Margaret Garvis Wolff ’53 + Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley ’55 + Raymond B. Wrabley Daniel J. Wukich Daniel P. and Tammy Wukich Jessica Ybanez-Morano ’84 Julia Yesenosky + Leo W. Yochum Mary Jane Yochum Susan Marie Yochum, SC ’77 Miae Yoo Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and The Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko, SVC ’69 Miriam Zimmerman

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Seton Hill University Endowed Funds

SCHOLARSHIPS The following is a list of Endowed and Annual Scholarships offered to Seton Hill University students through the generosity of our alumni and friends.

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Anonymous Endowed Scholarship Anonymous Centennial Endowed Scholarship Achieving the Dream Endowed Scholarship Addison Gibson Foundation Scholarship Nancy Amorose Memorial Endowed Scholarship Ellen Hensler Arbuckle ’61 Endowed Scholarship Jane Ward Austin ’69 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Barbara Foster Ward ’39 Karen Barkac ’84 Endowed Scholarship In Honor of Michael and Lois Barkac Maryan Kurp Baughman ’71 Endowed Scholarship for Music and Theatre Miguel J. Bauza and Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 Endowed Scholarship Robin Heffernan Beck Endowed Scholarship David Joseph Beckage Memorial Endowed Scholarship Mary Jones Bergin ’35 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Behane Student Aid Fund Ruth and Leo Beitler Scholarship Orlando and Rita Bellisario Scholarship Sister Mary Leon Bettwy Scholarship Mr. and Mrs. Leo McManamy Bininger Memorial Endowed Scholarship Cynthia Wills Black ’76 Endowed Scholarship Patricia Jack Blake ’45 Endowed Scholarship Katherine M. Bloomgren ’14 Endowed Scholarship RADM Ronne Zasadni Froman Blue, USN ’69 Endowed Scholarship Sister Rose Irene Boggs Scholarship Anne Sloan Borland ’49 Memorial/Wolf-Kuhn Foundation Endowed Scholarship JoAnne Woodyard Boyle, Ph.D. ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Mary Susan Bradley Endowed Scholarship Carl W. Brown, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Mother Victoria Brown Scholarship Robert M. Brownlee Endowed Scholarship In Tribute to the legacy of Sr. Francesca Brownlee Catherine Kennedy Brunot ’31 Endowed Scholarship Frances Bucciarelli ’70 Endowed Scholarship Sister Margaret Burns ’76 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Joseph C. Cahill Endowed Scholarship Lillian J. Calistri ’29 Endowed Scholarship Dr. Fred T. and Lenora Campana Endowed Scholarship Dale E. and Pearl Chew Carroll Memorial Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth M. Caruthers Endowed Scholarship M.E. Catanzaro Religious Award Centennial Music Department Endowed Scholarship In Honor of The Sisters of Charity of Seton Hill Carol Christopher ’55 Music Scholarship Class of 1964 Legacy Endowed Scholarship Class of 1968 Forward Fund Class of 1986 Endowed Scholarship Virginia Jack Claxon ’53 Endowed Scholarship Community Advocate Scholarship Fund Margaret Black Connolly, Marion Black Brodie, and Marcia Black Gundrum Scholarship Captain John Patrick Conroy (USN) Memorial Scholarship Established by The James P. and Mary Ann McQuade Family William F. and Laura E. Conroy Endowed Humanities Scholarship Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney-Higgins ’64 Endowment Fund for the Future of Seton Hill University Students Corsetti-DeChellis Family Endowed Scholarship Mary Cottingham Memorial Endowed Scholarship James and Mae Crenner Endowed Scholarship Ann Featherston Cudahy ’52 Endowed Scholarship Mary Garrigan Cuneo Endowed Scholarship Kathryn Mueller Cunningham ’66 Endowed Scholarship Sister Rose Angela Cunningham Scholarship Frances T. DePaul, Ph.D. and John D. DePaul Scholarship Diakonia Fund Theology Scholarship Dolan Family Fund Mary A. Downey ’51 Endowed Scholarship Judith Ann Drosjack Memorial Endowed Scholarship Jean Ann Draffen Earley ’48 Endowed Scholarship Linda C. Earnest ’78 Endowed Scholarship Eberly Family Scholarship Fund


Emergency COVID-19 Scholarship Robert W. and Pamela Errett Endowed Scholarship Excellence in English Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Sr. Miriam Joseph Murphy, SC Nathaniel and Marguerite Werner Falk Endowed Scholarship Irene S. Farmer Memorial Scholarship Jean L. Farmer ’43 Memorial Scholarship Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Endowed Scholarship Eileen Farrell ’46 Endowed Scholarship Farrell Chair for Innovation in Business Julia and Tony Ferrante Endowed Scholarship Ferris Family Endowed Scholarship Mary Vetter Fette ’59 and Chris Fette Endowed Scholarship Josefa Filkosky Art Scholarship Jean M. Finger Endowed Scholarship Gloria T. and Ralph F. Fiorelli Memorial Endowed Scholarship Frank J. and Margaret R. Firsching Memorial Endowed Scholarship First Commonwealth Bank Endowed Scholarship Eva Fleischner, Ph.D. Endowed Fund for Visiting Scholars and Students in Holocaust and Genocide Studies Kay Piotrowski Flucker ’33 Endowed Scholarship Bernadette R. Fondy ’69 Endowed Scholarship Funari Family Scholarship Patricia Acquaviva Gabow, M.D. Scholarship Matthew J. Galando Endowed Scholarship In Honor of Edward and Suzanne Galando Seton Hill University Sisters of Charity Memorial Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Lois E. Gallagher, Mary B. Gallagher and Bernard F. Gallagher, Helen R. Gallagher Petersen, Mildred M. Gallagher Barry, and Rose Agnes McGowan, SC Mildred A. and Carl G. Gardner Memorial Scholarship Sheila Gail Geoghan Endowed Scholarship Isabelle Humphrey Gilchrist Endowed Scholarship Mother Claudia Glenn Scholarship Monsignor Paul J. Glenn Scholarship Goodman-Cunningham Endowed Scholarship Fabiola Zahuranec Gornik and Louis J. Gornik, Jr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship Ruth O’Block Grant ’54 Endowed Scholarship Fund Ruth O’Block Grant Endowed Scholarship Program with the Verstandig Family Foundation Anna and John S. Graziano Scholarship Walter M. Grushesky ’98 Endowed Scholarship Guardian Angel Endowed Scholarship Faith Marie Hakas ’11 Memorial Music Scholarship Fund James R. Hake Memorial Scholarship Fund for Education John and Nora Hanley Endowed Scholarship William T. and Margaret Brobst Harrington ’35 Endowed Scholarship Nancy Gregory and Donald Hazlett Endowed Music Scholarship William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Hensler-Irvin Scholarship Fund Clare Elizabeth O’Hagan Higgins ’45 Endowed Scholarship Edgar B. Highberger Endowed Music Scholarship Edgar B. and Joanne Salvador Highberger ’60 Endowed Scholarship Hollowood Grant Mary Ann Hunter Memorial Endowed Scholarship Marissa Rivera Huttinger ’69 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Mary Jane Mock Huttinger ’42, Alice Mock Beckman ’37 and Marian Mock Feist ’42 Mary Sue Hyatt ’70 Scholarship Fund Wilda Weibel Hyatt ’35 Memorial Scholarship Fund Barry and Patricia Ilse Endowed Scholarship Infanger Endowed Research Scholarship Fund Nancy Boerio Iorizzo and Robert P. Iorizzo Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Angeline and Frank Boerio Iron Griffin Endowed Scholarship Beth Ann Johnson Memorial Scholarship Beth Vogel Kaiser Endowed Scholarship Michael J. and Aimee Rusinko Kakos Endowed Scholarship Elizabeth Campalong Karl ’68 Endowed Scholarship Evelyn B. Kaufman ’41 Endowed Scholarship Claudia Callaghan Kent ’37 Endowed Scholarship Sister Noel Kernan Holocaust Endowment Fund + Deceased

Becky Kerns ’48 Endowed Scholarship Dr. Frank Klapak Endowed Scholarship Harry E. Klein and Jean Vislay Klein ’49 Endowed Scholarship Kolb Family Endowed Scholarship Irma M. Koval Scholarship George Krehlik Endowed Scholarship Marjorie Taylor Lane ’40 Memorial Scholarship Audrey Fedyszyn Jakubowski Lazarus Basic Science Fund for Women Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference Endowment Ethel LeFrak Student Scholars of the Holocaust Fund Sister DeChantal Leis Scholarship Bernice Ferrante Lewis and Floyd Lee Lewis Scholarship Dorothy Lombardi Memorial Fund Lenore Parrott Luckey ’69 Endowed Scholarship for Nutrition, Food Science and Dietetics Frank and Regina Magda Endowed Scholarship Cynthia Magistro, Ph.D. Endowed Scholarship Sr. Jeremy Mahla, SC Endowed Memorial Scholarship Michel L. Pawlosky Maiers ’98 Endowed Scholarship Jacinta Mann Endowed Scholarship Fund for Future Setonians Margaret Jack Mann ’44 Endowed Scholarship Anita Lavin Manoli ’52 Endowed Scholarship John and Hilda Martino Endowed Music Scholarship Patricia J. Marx Memorial Scholarship Anne Marie Caulfield Matan ’33 Memorial Scholarship Rosemary Petrosky Mazero ’51 Endowed Scholarship McFeely-Rogers Foundation Scholarship Emma and Julia McGinniss Fund Sister M. Maurice McManama Memorial Scholarship Bridget and Joseph McQuade Endowed Scholarship McQuade Moir Endowed Scholarship Fund in honor of Joe, Ann, and Chris James and Mary Ann McQuade Endowed Scholarship for the Health Sciences In Honor of Joon Sup Lee, M.D., William Lamb, Jr., D.O., Michel S. Makaroun, M.D., and Lawrence M. Wei, M.D. James and Mary Ann McQuade Endowed Scholarship Fund for Catholic Education In Honor of M. Beatrice McQuade, SC Jim and Mary Ann McQuade Endowed Scholarship for Theology and Pastoral Ministry Studies Sylvia Mooney McQuade Endowed Scholarship Sharon Murphy Mendez ’57 Endowed Scholarship Alice Kamfor Michaels ’52 Memorial Endowed Scholarship In Honor of Sister M. Deborah Kelly ’42 Millennium Scholarship Fund Harvey and Karman Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship Janet Miller Endowed Scholarship Rosemary Miller Endowed Scholarship Dr. Ross Miller Memorial Endowed Scholarship Gail Clougherty Moses ’69 Endowed Scholarship Christine M. Mueseler Endowed Scholarship Margaret M. Munley Scholarship Edward H. and Gertrude Murphy Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sister Miriam Joseph Murphy Scholarship Maggie Murray Memorial Volleyball Endowed Scholarship Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Internship, Research and Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship Fund Mary Anna Carter Myers Scholarship Ned J. Nakles, Sr. Leadership Award for Academic Excellence and Community Service Patricia Goodwin Norry Endowed Scholarship Irene O’Brien Nunn ’67 Endowed Scholarship Emma O’Brien Endowed Scholarship Nancy Smith O’Brien SHC ’52 Scholarship Fund In Memory of Ann Featherston Cudahy SHC ’52 Karen Fisher O’Connor ’75 Endowed Scholarship Patricia O’Donoghue Endowed Scholarship Mary Hogan O’Neil and James Michael O’Neil Endowed Scholarship Mary Diederich Ott ’65 Endowed Scholarship Andrea Pascale Endowed Scholarship Josephine Cipriany Patrick Scholarship Kum Rye Park Memorial Scholarship James H. Pirlo ’07 Endowed Scholarship Ruth E. Pivirotto Scholarship

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Anthony Plesha, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Gloria F. and Arthur J. Pollock Endowed Scholarship for Study Abroad Gail Vermilyea Quigley ’64 Endowed Scholarship In Memory of Sr. M. Deborah Kelly, SC ’42 Helen Dayton Quigley ’49 Basketball MVP Scholarship Fund Helen Normile Quinlan Endowed Scholarship for Education Students Martha Raak Adult Student Endowed Scholarship Mary Louise Redding Scholarship John D. Reese and Katherine Cole Reese Endowed Scholarship Carol Ann Reichgut ’56 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Michele Moore Ridge ’69 Endowed Scholarship Alice Edwards Riley ’30 Endowed Scholarship Fund for Music Mary B. Rusnak ’75 Endowed Scholarship Kenneth P. Rutter Scholarship Ryan Campus Ministry Endowment for Student Programming William Granger Ryan Scholarship for Acting Constance Angotti Salvitti ’60 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Marion Sandzimier, Sr. Memorial Endowed Scholarship Elyse Jeanne Saraceni Memorial Scholarship Gene and Iva Saraceni Fund for Professional Advancement in Theatre and Dance Marlene Chelena Scatena SHC ’61 and Michael Scatena SVC ’61 Endowed Scholarship Joseph Scaturro Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sister Mary T. Schmidt Scholarship Scholarship for Excellence in Teaching Florence Marie Scott Biology Endowed Scholarship Lois Sculco, SC ’60 Endowed Scholarship Seton Hill University Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Fund Seton Hill University Greenhouse Endowed Maintenance and Operation Fund Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction Alumni Endowed Scholarship Madelyn Smoody Setterberg ’77 and Richard Setterberg Endowed Scholarship Mary Elise Sheehan ’51 Endowed Scholarship Robb Shimko Family Scholarship Alberta Albrecht Siemiatkoski Endowment Fund Dorcas Johnson Singley ’36 Endowed Scholarship Sisters of Charity Scholarship Florence Fiori and Marguerite Fiori Slavonia Memorial Music Scholarship Endowment Fund Nancy J. Kasuba Smith ’69 Endowed Scholarship Perry C. Smith, M.D. and Mary O’Hare Smith ’50 Endowed Scholarship Rebecca Cost Snyder Endowed Scholarship Sister Miriam Grace Solomon Scholarship Ellen Spain Endowed Scholarship Spellman McGrath Endowed Scholarship Sean E. Stanners Endowed Scholarship Frances Stefano Memorial Theology Fund Leslie Stevens ’10 Scholarship for Adult Students Joanna Pietropaoli Stillwagon ’69 Endowed Scholarship Nancy J. Stoner ’57 Endowed Scholarship George and Agnes Taylor Memorial Scholarship Anna E. and James M. Tempero Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sister Diane Temple ’69 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Patricia Thuer ’50 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sister Colette Toler, SC ’57 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Sally Favo Troll ’67 Endowed Scholarship Blanche M. Tully and Katherine M. Tully Stanley Memorial Endowed Scholarship Donna Germano Uhrinek ’76 Endowed Scholarship Scott, Kimberly, Rhianne, and Francesca Vengel Endowed Scholarship Mary Hurtik Vernarec Scholarship Ada Fiorelli Waddell ’70 Endowed Fund for Adult Students Nancy Jane King Wandrisco Memorial Endowed Scholarship Carol A. Schwalie Walters-Hopkins ’63 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Jaclyn Murton Walters ’70 Endowed Scholarship for Study Abroad Dora Weedman ’45 Endowed Scholarship for Dietetics Patricia Didyoung Wentling ’57 and Alyce Holden Sheridan ’57 Scholarship Westmoreland Symphonic Winds Scholarship Karen Farmer White Endowed Scholarship COL Ret. Bridget S. Widdowson Endowed Scholarship Sister Leah Wolf Endowed Scholarship Paul B. Wolff Memorial Fund Douglas J. Wood Memorial Endowed Scholarship George Gordon and Josephine Woodyard Endowed Scholarship

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Dr. Mary Ellen Higgins Wrabley ’55 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Dr. Janice Marie Yesenosky ’78 Endowed Scholarship Leo and Mary Jane Yochum Scholarship Sr. Susan Yochum ’77 Endowed Scholarship for Natural and Health Sciences Mary Frances Senita Zadzilko ’68 and Honorable Raymond J. Zadzilko Scholarship

Annual Scholarships Anonymous Annual Scholarship Alpha Sigma Lambda (ASL) Adult Degree Program Annual Scholarship Beatrice Bramer Memorial Scholarship Bishop Lawrence E. Brandt, J.C.D., Ph.D. Scholarship Mary Lou Campana Family Annual Fund Scholarship Traci Hake Carter ’86 Annual Scholarship for Nursing Class of 2020 Hazard Yet Forward Annual Scholarship Michael V. Dell Memorial Book Scholarship Fund Margaret Spier Eiler ’41 Memorial Scholarship Emergency Financial Aid Fund Enchanted Life Foundation Scholarship Enchanted Life Foundation Scholarship for Pastoral Ministry Enchanted Life Foundation Scholarship for Sacred Music Josefa Filkosky Memorial Fund for Transfer Students Gloria T. and Ralph F. Fiorelli Memorial Annual Scholarship William J. Frederick, Sr. and Dorothy Sweda Frederick Memorial Scholarship Margaret Garrity Vocal Music Annual Scholarship Jeffrey A. Gettemy, Jr. ’09 Memorial Scholarship for Theatre and Dance Ellen Marker Greiner ’59 Memorial Scholarship Harlequin Diverse Voices Annual Scholarship for Writing Popular Fiction Virginia Baird Highberger Music Scholarship Barry and Patricia Ilse Annual Scholarship Nancy Boerio Iorizzo and Robert P. Iorizzo Internship Fund Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival Fund Raymond L. Kuntz Memorial Scholarship Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau Annual Tourism Scholarship Mother Aloysia Lowe Scholarship Writing Popular Fiction McLaughlin Scholarship Ann Mikulski Moore ’67 and Alfred P. Moore Annual Scholarship Maggie Murray Memorial Volleyball Annual Scholarship Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 and Michael H. Murray Internship, Research and Study Abroad Annual Scholarship Fund Overly’s Country Christmas® Annual Scholarship Wilma and Robert Patterson Memorial Scholarship Presser Foundation Undergraduate Scholar Award Rainy Day Fund Roberts Family Annual Scholarship In Honor of Dr. Richard G. Ulrich Arthur J. Rooney, Jr. Scholarship for Writing Popular Fiction Mary Janet Ryan, SC Scholarship Michael J. Salvatore Scholarship Sculco Family Special Fund Setonian Financial Aid Fund Lucille Green Shapiro Yad Vashem Scholarship Alberta Albrecht Siemiatkoski Annual Scholarship Edward Slack PPG Directors’ Scholarship Fund Patricia Smiy ’78 Annual Scholarship for Sacred Music Paul and Anne Smiy Family Foundation Scholarship Paul and Anne Smiy Scholarship for Nursing Leslie Stevens ’10 Annual Scholarship for Adult Students Tree of Life Scholarship Dorothy C. Zewe Scholarship


Seton Hill University

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2021–2022 Bishop Larry J. Kulick, J.C.L. Honorary Chair

Karen Farmer White Chair

Mary Norbert Long, SC ’67 Vice Chair

Rebecca Cost Snyder Chair Elect

Louise Grundish, SC Secretary

Carmen Rivera Bauza ’83 Robin Heffernan Beck ’64 Rachel Blais, SC Todd D. Brice Robert A. DeMichiei Margaret DiVirgilio ’80 Barbara Einloth, SC ’71 Christine Delegram Farrell ’79 Mary C. Finger, ex officio Linda Fiorelli ’74 Matthew J. Galando ’04 Ruth O’Block Grant ’54 Grace Hartzog, SC ’71 Donna Marie Leiden, SC ’66 Moshood B. Martins M.S. ’14 Elizabeth Boyle McDonald Miriam Arroyo Murray ’84 Mary Jo Mutschler, SC ’69 Patricia O’Donoghue Kathleen Sarniak-Tanzola ’78 Mary Elizabeth Schrei, SC ’65 Frank P. Simpkins James C. Stalder Kym K. Stout Bridget Widdowson ’82 Jessica Ybanez-Morano ’84

TRUSTEES EMERITI Jean Augustine, SC ’63 James Breisinger Laurie Ann Carroll ’81 Mary Lou O'Neil Costello ’55 Sara Gill Cutting ’62 Rosemary Donley, SC John R. Echement Gertrude Foley, SC ’59 Brigid Marie Grandey, SC ’63 Maureen Halloran, SC Donald M. Henderson Richard Hendricks Mary Ellen Lawrie Cooney Higgins ’64 Patrice Hughes, SC ’62 A. Richard Kacin Arthur H. Meehan Donald I. Moritz Barbara Nakles ’76 Maureen O’Brien, SC ’67 Maureen Sheedy O’Brien M. Ellenita O’Connor, SC ’58 Paul M. Pohl Michele Moore Ridge ’69 Marc B. Robertshaw Arthur J. Rooney, Jr. Ralph A. Scalise Anita Schulte, SC ’57

Molly Robb Shimko Vice President for Institutional Advancement 724.830.4620 shimko@setonhill.edu Lisa Carino Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement 724.838.2409 carino@setonhill.edu Mira Funari Associate Vice President for Advancement and Executive Director for the Campaign 724.830.1993 mfunari@setonhill.edu Erica Adams Advancement Services Manager 724.830.1137 eadams@setonhill.edu Callista Arida Assistant Director of Alumni Relations 724.552.1310 carida@setonhill.edu Jessica Delio Development and Communications Associate 724.838.2409 jdelio@setonhill.edu Cynthia Ferrari Title III Coordinator 724.830.4639 ferrari@setonhill.edu Amy Lankey Donor Stewardship Manager 724.552.4303 ametz@setonhill.edu Linda Morlacci Director of Foundation, Government and Corporate Grantsmanship 724.838.4232 lmorlacci@setonhill.edu Jimmy Pirlo Major Gifts Officer 724.552.4371 jpirlo@setonhill.edu Jennifer Reeger Director of Communications and Media Relations 724.830.1069 jreeger@setonhill.edu Breanna Salvio Graphic Designer 724.552.4397 bsalvio@setonhill.edu Lisa Seremet Administrative Assistant 724.552.4366 lseremet@setonhill.edu Brett Smith Major Gifts Officer 724.838.4244 bmsmith@setonhill.edu

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION Mary C. Finger, Ed.D.

INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT

Maureen O’Brien, SC, M.A.

Annie Urban Executive Director of Principal Gifts and Community Engagement 724.552.4323 aurban@setonhill.edu Ashley Zwierzelewski Director of Alumni Relations 724.830.1005 akunkle@setonhill.edu

President

Vice President for Mission and Identity

Melissa Alsing, M.B.A.

Jennifer Lundy, M.B.A.

FORWARD & CLASS NEWS DESIGNS: Breanna Salvio WRITING: Jennifer Reeger and Gloria Ruane PHOTOGRAPHY: Barry Reeger, Ben Pechtel, Brian Henry, Andre Tawes,

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Molly Robb Shimko, M.B.A.

PRINTER: Laurel Valley Graphics

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Susan Yochum, SC, Ph.D.

Chief Information Officer

Vice President for Student Affairs Vice President and General Counsel

Brett Freshour

Vice President for Enrollment Management

Vice President for Finance and Administration, CFO Vice President for Institutional Advancement Provost

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Seton Hill Community Volunteers During Labor of Love Seton Hill students, faculty, staff and alumni worked at a variety of locations throughout Westmoreland County and on campus to provide service to nonprofit organizations during the annual Labor of Love, Saturday of Service event. Projects included weeding at the YWCA of Westmoreland County and supporting the Red Sand Project to bring attention to human trafficking.


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