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Grid Iron

Great Spotlight on Kenneth Daly ’88, President of National Grid, New York PA G E 8

ALSO INSIDE:

Jubilee Celebrations . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

Exploring Brooklyn’s Past . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Alumni Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

Meet Matthew Delfino ’14 . . . . . . . . . 4

The Heart of St. Francis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Development Spotlight . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Campus Happenings . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

SFC Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Class Notes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

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TERRIER

BOARD OF TRUSTE ES

ALU MNI BOARD OF DIREC TORS

Winter 2011 – 2012 Vol. 75, Number 2

CHAIRMAN:

P R E S I D E N T:

John F. Tully, Esq. ’67

Joseph M. Hemway ’84

Terrier, the magazine of St. Francis College, is published by the Off ice of College Relations for alumni and friends of St. Francis College.

TRUSTEES:

V I C E P R E S I D E N T:

Hector Batista ’84 Brother William A. Boslet, O.S.F. ’70 Monsignor John J. Bracken Edward N. Constantino ’68 Brother Leonard Conway, O.S.F. ’71 Orville W. Dale Kenneth Daly ’88 Joseph F. D’Angelo Mary Beth Dawson, Ph.D. William Dawson ’86 Luis Diaz, Esq. Brendan J. Dugan ’68** Michael Henning ’67 Susan L. Huff Leslie S. Jacobson, Ph.D. Barbara G. Koster ’76 Jesus F. Linares ’84 J. Christopher Mangan ’83 Lawrence A. Marsiello ’72 Victor J. Masi, D.O. ’89 Gino P. Menchini Denis J. Salamone ’75 Brother Kevin Smith, O.S.F., Ph.D. Brother Robert Smith, O.S.F.* Sister Marilyn Trowbridge, S.F.P. Thomas J. Volpe* Charles E. Williams III, Esq.

Robert L. Smith ’72

Linda Werbel Dashefsky Vice President for Government and Community Relations Dennis J. McDermott ’74 Director of Alumni Relations Thomas F. Flood Vice President for Development EDITOR:

Richard Relkin Director of Media Relations PHOTO EDITOR:

Edwin Mathieu Webmaster COPY EDITOR:

Anne Silverstein CONTRIBUTORS:

Richard Relkin Director of Media Relations Vanessa O. De Almeida ’00 Assistant Director of Alumni Relations David Gansell Director of Sports Information Meghan Lewitt Writer

DIRECTORS:

James Bozart ’86 Brendan J. Cahalan’92 Rosmery Camilo ’06 John J. Casey ’70 Madeline Conway ’79 Salvatore Demma ’09 Patrick Dugan ’01 John Kiely ’76 Mary Anne Killeen ’78 Patricia A. Logan ’78 Alfonso Lopez ’06 Lorraine M. Lynch ’91 Michael A. MacIntyre ’97 James H. McDonald ’69 Patti Moffatt Lesser ’77 Kevin M. Nash ’78 Danielle Rouchon ’92 Theresa Spelman-Huzinec ’88 Peter F. Spiess ’75 Joseph Szkutnik ’71

*Emeritus and Non-Voting **Not elected

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M E S S AG E F R O M P R E S I D E N T B R E N DA N J . D U G A N ’ 6 8

Every year, the holidays give us time to pause, reflect and share recent activities and accomplishments with family and loved ones.

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t was a particularly good year for one member

over 100-year-old photographs and study archived

of our extended family: Kenneth Daly ’88.

materials such as ticket stubs, posters, advertisements

Ken returned to Brooklyn after a two-year stint

and magazines (page 6).

in London to take on the job of President of National

Also in this issue, you’ll find the 2010-2011 Donor

Grid, New York. Even with extra responsibilities,

Report (page 22). Every name on this list is a sign of

Ken is finding time to assume an even bigger role here

the support, and commitment our alumni and friends

at St. Francis. We are proud to welcome him as a new

have to the mission of St. Francis College. You have

member of the College’s Board of Trustees (page 8).

our gratitude for your generosity and thanks from

This past September marked the 10th anniversary of the attacks

our students. The responsibility for coordinating those donations

on 9/11. The College observed the anniversary throughout the

is an enormous task, handled exceptionally by our Office of

semester with special events, including a memorial mass, a series of

Development. We have several new faces in that department and

lectures by professors, and personal reflections by alumni such as

want you to meet the group that is working on behalf of the College

former FDNY Commissioner Thomas Von Essen ’72 who spoke at

and our students (page 18).

the College in November (page 10). Academically, St. Francis began two exciting new programs in

Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year.

the fall. One is the American Studies program, a new concentration aimed at giving students a workplace advantage by teaching them how

Sincerely,

to understand the interactions within our diverse culture (page 7). The second program is in cooperation with the Brooklyn Historical Society. As part of the coursework, five professors and their students

Brendan J. Dugan ’68

visit BHS to learn how to work with primary sources; students pour

President

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Rockaway Scholars Get Head Start on College

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tudents at Scholars’ Academy in Rockaway Park won’t let not having a high school diploma keep them from taking college courses. A partnership with St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights now brings college course work right to their classrooms. The collaboration is in its third year and gives Scholars’ Academy juniors and seniors the opportunity to take St. Francis science and liberal arts courses while they complete high school. The courses are offered at a reduced rate and also include access to a number of St. Francis’ library and research resources through the St. Francis College on-line portal. “Scholars’ Academy has a highly motivated student body,” said Dean of Academic

Program Development Allen Burdowski, who founded the partnership with Scholars’ Academy Principal Brian O’Connell. “By bringing the College right to them, students see an immediate benefit in earning college credits and by saving money while doing it. All students in this program are taking valuable steps towards improving their

chances of going to college and ultimately obtaining a college degree.” In addition to taking college level classes, students are offered workshops on curriculum and sophomores are taken on a trip to St. Francis. Admissions and financial services staff of the College also provide Scholars’ students with information regarding ways to pay for college through grants and other forms of financial aid. “This program encompasses more than offering classes and moving on,” said Executive Vice President June McGrisken. “We are deeply invested in these students and want to do everything we can to prepare them for college and a brighter future.”

Diamond and Golden Jubilees for Brooklyn Brothers

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t was a joyous day as three Franciscan Brothers and alumni of St. Francis College celebrated their Diamond and Golden Jubilees at The Immaculate Conception Center in Douglaston, Queens on October 1. Brother Robert Schaefer, O.S.F. ’61, who has been with St. Francis since 1970, celebrated his 60th anniversary, his Diamond Jubilee. Brother Robert served as the College’s Registrar for 28 years before becoming a Mathematics professor in 1998. He is still teaching today. Also celebrating his Diamond Jubilee was Brother Alan Zodda, O.S.F. ’63, who has worked at Our Lady of Good Counsel, St. Leonard’s Academy and Bishop Ford High School. He has spent more than 40 years at St. Francis Prep, where he still works. Celebrating his Golden Jubilee (50 years) was Brother Warren (James Joseph) Prentiss, O.S.F. ’67, who worked at several schools across Long Island before taking on his current position as Director of Attendance at St. Francis Prep.

Bro. William Boslet, O.S.F. ‘70, Superior General, Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn, Bro. Robert Schaefer, O.S.F. ‘61, Bro. Alan Zodda, O.S.F. ’63, Bro. Warren (James Joseph) Prentiss, O.S.F. ’67.

sfc.edu Make the change! Just like many of our classrooms on campus, the website address for St. Francis College has undergone a major renovation. www.stfranciscollege.edu is now www.sfc.edu Starting in 2012, all email addresses that currently end with @stfrancsicollege.edu will be changed to @sfc.edu. Update your bookmarks and contact lists now! Then starting in June all emails sent to the old address will be lost and www.stfranciscollege.edu will no longer function.

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Hend Shnayen Awarded Honorary Degree

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n August 5, Thomas J. Volpe, Chairman Emeritus, SFC Board of Trustees, and Adjunct Professor Dr. Yassin El-Ayouty gave an Honorary Doctorate of Letters to Hend Shnayen who helped Iraq draft parts of its new constitution regarding the rights of children and women. The Ontario Provincial Government and Oakville Member of Provincial Parliament Kevin Flynn hosted the presentation near Toronto; Ms. Shnayen, a former Iraqi national, is now a Canadian citizen and lives

“By honoring me tonight, you are honoring all those like me, who when they see a chance for bettering humanity, they go for it.” — Hend Shnayen

in Ontario with her three children. She recently founded the International Institute for the Arabic Culture and Language that helps local governments integrate minorities into the community as well as develop community service across diverse cultures.

Dr. Yassin El-Ayouty, Thomas J. Volpe, Hend Shnayen, Indira Naidoo-Harris, Mr. Kevin Flynn, MP.

It is a continuation of the work she did in Iraq, helping widows and street children who were victims of Saddam Hussein. She too suffered at the dictator’s hand: 18 members of Ms. Shnayen’s family were executed during his reign. Guests heard an operatic rendition of “O Canada,” the Canadian national anthem, before Mr. Volpe and Dr. El-Ayouty praised Ms. Shnayen for her lifelong dedication to improving the quality of life for the Iraqi people and for improving the understanding of people from diverse cultures.

Ms. Shnayen told the audience, “By honoring me tonight, you are honoring all those like me, who when they see a chance for bettering humanity, they go for it.”

R I C H A R D S I LV E R M A N ’ 6 4 P R E S E N T E D W I T H A N HONORARY DOCTOR OF HUMANE LETTERS Unable to attend the Spring 2011 commencement, Richard Silverman ’64 was presented with an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters, honoris causa in September, by St. Francis College President Brendan J. Dugan ’68 and Vice President for Development Thomas F. Flood. Mr. Silverman, a former member of the St. Francis Board of Trustees and lifelong supporter of the College, has had a successful career in the banking industry and is a major supporter of community organizations and educational institutions. He is currently Vice Chairman of US Trust. President Brendan J. Dugan ’68, Richard Silverman ’64 , and Vice President for Development Thomas F. Flood.

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Today’s Terriers

Matthew Delfino ’14 boroughs. Mr. Delfino was selected to represent the group based on his Philosophy “I want to really performance during workshops and at HOMETOWN: Queens Village focus on public his internship with Gartner, Inc., an HIGH SCHOOL: Forest Hills High School administration information technology research and When Matthew Delfino applied for a advisory company. and building a NYC summer internship program, A long jumper and sprinter on the solid life-lasting he knew it was the first rung of a ladder SFC Men’s Track and Field team, network.” that would help him climb to a future Mr. Delfino knows that to be a winner, career. He never dreamt, however, that you can’t show up on race day without in less than a year, he would be on stage many hours of preparation. To attain at Gracie Mansion as Mayor Michael his goal of attending a top-tier law Bloomberg introduced him as the school, Mr. Delfino is majoring in Keynote Speaker for the Ladder to Political Science with an additional Leaders program. interest in Philosophy. “I was chosen by the Mayor to “I can genuinely say that I’ve learned represent a defining moment in something from all of my professors so which the youth were re-establishing far, and enjoyed all of their teaching expectations for our future generation. methods. One professor in particular, That moment alone with the Mayor Dr. Frank Sorrentino, has really opened boosted my confidence, and was a my eyes to political science, and has taste of what hard work can truly transformed my style of thinking,” Top: Matthew Delfino (Courtesy of Yoni Levy, photographyaccomplish,” said Mr. Delfino during Mr. Delfino said. byyoni.com). Bottom: Mayor Bloomberg and Matt Delfino his August 8 presentation. (Courtesy of Mayors Photo Unit). His hard work is already paying Last summer, Ladders to Leaders, run dividends: His freshman year grade by the city Department of Youth & Community Development, point average earned him the Mary and Frank J. (’62) Macchiarola placed 216 city students at private corporations across the five Scholarship for his remaining time at the College. MAJOR AND MINOR: Political Science and

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Campus Happenings C O N S T I T U T I O N D AY — SEPTEMBER 15

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“James Madison is the central figure in this drama,” said St. Francis College Law Professor Frank Sorrentino, author of American Government: Power and Politics in America, in a lecture celebrating the 224th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution. Dr. Sorrentino discussed the impact of Madison’s accomplishments, including his role in creating and assuring the success of the Constitutional Convention as well as his intention to create the political gridlock that is so prevalent today. Sorrentino said that Madison wanted a slow moving form of government to safeguard the personal liberties of minorities in the population. He also explored the significance of the U.S. Constitution among other governing doctrines, noting its emphasis on democracy and the idea that the power of government comes from the people not from a monarch, king or divine figure.

Arab Spring dealt “a devastating blow to the ideology of Al-Qaeda,” said Fine Arts Professor Dr. Yassin El-Ayouty, editor of Perspectives on 9/11 (Praeger, 2004), in the second part of a two-part lecture marking the 10th anniversary of the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks. The first part of the lecture, delivered by Philosophy Professor Gerald Galgan, co-writer of the epilogue to Perspectives on 9/11, explored the idea of amoral moralism in relation to terrorism. Professor Galgan noted that a way to combat amoral moralism is to understand that “it takes a civilization to cultivate a citizen of a democratic republic.” Dr. El-Ayouty described the current series of uprisings and evolutions across the Arab world as the triumph of democracy over terrorism.

A celebration of the written word at the opening night gala of the 2011 Brooklyn Book Festival as Jonathan Dee, author of The Privileges (Random House), was announced as the second winner of the $50,000 St. Francis College Literary Prize at the Brooklyn Book Festival 2011 Gala Mingle and Awards Ceremony held at The Green Building. “So much of being a writer is about disappointment and discouragement. Tonight I feel the exact opposite. I feel nothing but encouraged,” said Dee after being awarded the prize.

YO U N G VOT E R S A N D THE 2012 ELECTION — OCTOBER 4 Divisive, partisan politics could be on the way out if Millennial voters spread their influence, say Morley Winograd and Michael Hais, authors of Millennial Momentum: How a New Generation is Remaking America. In a panel focusing on the upcoming 2012 presidential election, Winograd and Hais compared Millennials to older generations describing them as team-oriented, liberal, and more likely to support multilateralism. Also on the panel, Henry Olsen, Vice President of the American Enterprise Institute, provided statistics and questioned the short-term impact of Millennials on elections and if this generation will really power politics. Elaine Kamarck, lecturer in Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government, rounded out the discussion, explaining that there is a common misconception that young voters and minorities are two separate groups that significantly

Apache, The Bronx, Michael Powell metro columnist for the New York Times, Josh Greenman editorial page editor of the Daily News and Harry Siegel New York columnist for the Village Voice.

Michael Powell (New York Times), Josh Greenman (Daily News), John Avlon (Deadline Artists).

WA LT W H I T M A N WRITERS SERIES: D I N AW M E N G E S T U — OCTOBER 17 St. Francis Professor Sister Marianne Sennick with Millennial Momentum author Mike Hais.

P O E T J O H N G U Z LOWS K I — OCTOBER 11

Dr. Gerald Galgan, Dr. Yassin El-Ayouty.

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influence election outcomes. Kamarck argues that these two groups are one and the same and therefore do not have a substantial impact at voting polls. The panel also discussed the impact of technology, interracial marriages and religion on the voting decisions of the Millennial Generation. St. Francis Scholar in Residence and Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute Fred Siegel moderated the discussion.

Born after World War II in a refugee camp to Polish Catholic parents who were slave laborers under the Nazis, poet John Guzlowski shared work from his book Lightning and Ashes, about their lives and other victims of the Holocaust at a reading and book signing hosted by the Department of English and organized by English Professor Gregory Tague.

DEADLINE ARTISTS — OCTOBER 11 Hosted with the Manhattan Institute, a panel of top New York writers talked about the secrets of the print industry and the book, Deadline Artists: America’s Greatest Newspaper Columns, co-edited by John Avlon (The Daily Beast, Manhattan Institute). Also on the panel were Heywood Gould formerly of the New York Post and screenwriter of Fort

He was born in Ethiopia and immigrated to the United States when he was two, but Walt Whitman Writer Series speaker Dinaw Mengestu says despite obvious physical, ethnic and geographic differences, it is what all people have in common that makes literature such an effective way to communicate and educate. “I don’t write because I want to give you the idea of the Ethiopian American experience or the immigrant experience, I write because I believe we all know what it is to be lonely. We all know what it is to want love in our lives. We all know that at some point in time we are forced to create a sense of home and identity,” said Mengestu during a reading of his latest novel, How to Read the Air. “These are struggles that are not particular to any ethnicity or identity. They are greater than those issues.”

Dinaw Mengestu being interviewed by Noel T. Jones ‘12.

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Exploring Brooklyn’s Past BY MEGHAN LEWIT

In the dark, wood-paneled library of the Brooklyn Historical Society, students in Eric Platt ’s history class pulled on pristine white gloves and began to pore over delicate black and white photos laid out on long tables. Some of the photographs — dating back to around 1900 — are grainy family portraits taken on the Coney Island boardwalk and printed on iron sheets. Later photos, taken in the 1980s in the same location, show graffiti-scarred, dilapidated buildings.

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Ultimately, it’s about getting students ow does this reflect the time into the archives and away from Googling, when it was taken?” Platt, an she said. Assistant Professor of History, “Students get so much of their informarecently asked a group of students as he tion filtered and rarely read primary pointed to one of the more current photos. sources,” she said. “With this program, “Is Coney Island in better shape today?” they are learning to unlock their critical It was the first of several class trips to thinking skills; to make the materials have examine the Brooklyn Historical Society’s meaning, worth and value, rather than archives. Platt’s survey of American history someone telling them why it is important.” focuses on the history of Coney Island and The Brooklyn Historical Society is students work in groups to analyze film clips simultaneously working with neighboring and images of the famous amusement park schools Long Island University, Brooklyn and neighborhood through the years. In many the landmark Brooklyn Heights building to Campus and the New York City College of ways, the area’s history mirrors the urbanizastudy history, religion, English and fine arts. Technology on similar programs. Next tion of America: the effects of the Great The new interdisciplinary program is summer, students from all three schools who Depression, the subsequent decline of cities funded by a three-year grant the Brooklyn have participated in the program will have the in the 1950s and 60s, and Coney Island’s more Historical Society received from the U.S. opportunity to participate in a month-long, recent renaissance he noted. Department of Education Fund for the paid internship at the historical society. Platt said he hoped to grab students’ Improvement of Secondary Education. Additionally, St. Francis College students are attention by choosing a topic that’s close to St. Francis College faculty collaborated able to access the historical society’s archives home. “It’s a good lens for American history with the Historical Society last summer to on their own time for the duration of the through the 20th century,” he said. “The goal develop the curriculum, aimed at introducing grant, which covers five academic semesters. of the program is to make history come alive first-year students to archival research. Each of the classes will contribute to for the students. The Internet is a wonderful Classes are capped at 15 to ensure that all a website and blog documenting their work tool, but it’s really important for college students get individual time in the archives. and experiences in the program, and the students to use library resources.” “St. Francis College is connected to “It’s great to see how history changes cultural resources and institutions around the students’ final projects will be culled into a digital exhibit. through photography, and to compare and city, and it’s really crucial for students to have Despite the decidedly modern, digital contrast. I hope every class has an opportuaccess to these kinds of things,” said Athena aspect of the program, the project primarily nity to do this,” said Danielle Diniro ’13. Devlin, Associate Professor of English, aims to give the students hands-on experidirector of the American Studies Program Throughout the semester, classes from ences with the historical materials. and co-director of the Women’s Center. “The St. Francis College have been regularly Undergraduate students get a lot out of Brooklyn Historical Society has been very visiting the Brooklyn Historical Society to actually handling the photographs, pamphlets generous with their time and resources.” sort through the institution’s vast collection and other items of “cultural ephemfrom the archives, era”—the photos, posters, lithographs, said Robin Katz, old ferry tickets and Outreach and Public myriad other items Services Archivist tracing Brooklyn’s at the Brooklyn 400-year history. Led Historical Society. by professors Platt, “It’s the kind of stuff that people Athena Devlin, never intended to Alexandria Egler, keep, but the Sara Haviland and students piece Jennifer Wingate, together a better students have used the Julie Golia (Public Historian), Athena Devlin, Eric Platt, Jennifer Wingate, Alexandria Egler, St. Francis Provost understanding of resources housed in Timothy J. Houlihan, Deborah Schwartz (President, Brooklyn Historical Society), Sara Haviland, Robin M. Katz (Outreach & Public Services Archivist) and David Bryant ‘13. 6  |  S T. F R A N C I S C O L L EG E T E R R I E R  |  W I N T E R 20 1 1 –2 0 1 2


history through these objects,” she said. “Primary sources can speak to a wide variety of disciplines, and can be used in innovative ways.” Jennifer Wingate, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, chose to focus her American Art Survey course on photography, pulling from the Brooklyn Historical Society’s collections from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Students in the class had the opportunity to handle early forms of photography, such as daguerreotypes—an image made in the camera on a silvered copper plate—and tintypes to study the evolution of the medium over time. As a final project, the students will create their own exhibit of juxtaposed images, showing how they contrast. “This is what art history is, telling a story. The students are crafting or curating their own story,” Wingate said. “I’m hoping to give them a sense of exploration from going through these resources.” Several of the faculty members involved in the project said they also hope to give the students a better understanding of their heritage and, in many cases, their hometown. It seems to be working: “Not many people know the history of where they live. It’s good to see the evidence in front of you instead of professor just telling you about [a subject],” said Leah Tribbett ’13.

Sara Haviland, Assistant Professor of History, focused the topic of her class on Brooklyn in the 20th century and the civil rights movement using the society’s Brooklyn Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) collection.

The collection includes correspondences, newsletters, photographs, press releases, clippings and other materials documenting Brooklyn civil rights actions in the 1960s— which included protests against discrimination in employment, housing and schools. “I want to expand the students’ understanding of the topic beyond the southern point of view…so many of the students are local and this connects them to their history,” she said. “I’m excited to give them the opportunity to do hands-on listening, which is what historians do in archives.”

Students in Professor Alexandria Egler’s religious studies class are working on producing their own religious family trees and oral histories. The goal, Egler said, is to demonstrate how information from 100 years ago can remain relevant in the 21st century. Egler encourages her students to venture out of the classroom, and also leads classes on tours of the neighborhood to visit churches, synagogues and a Buddhist Temple that are all within a small radius of St. Francis College. “One of the great things about the project is that we’re in the heart of Brooklyn, and there are so many local and cultural institutions here,” Egler said. “Brooklyn is a borough of churches. Growing up and living in New York City many of the students here are exposed to a variety of religions. They ride cheek-to-jowl with such a diverse population every day and they don’t even realize it.” In the modern world, it’s easy for students to lose sight of the importance of the past. “They have these moments while looking at the documents or listening to oral histories,” she said. “It opens them up to understanding the intellectual process. It makes it fun, and makes it real.”

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understanding of American culture and “When our students go on job interviews, America’s part in a global society. they are very impressive when talking about “We encourage freshmen and sophomores their career focus and the responsibilities of to take American Studies courses because the workplace,” said English and American they serve as a gateway to related majors at Studies Professor Athena Devlin. “But no the College, like History, Sociology, Fine Arts matter what their major, there’s one area and Communications, just to name a few,” where we think we can give every one of our said Fine Arts Professor Jennifer Wingate, grads a huge boost by building up their cultural knowledge.” Assistant Director of the program. Professor Devlin is meeting that challenge St. Francis College, with its rich history with the new American Studies Certificate of more than 150 years and wide diversity of Program, which began this fall. students, offers a strong example of how a As creator and director of the program, multi-faceted American culture can enrich American Studies Co-Directors Dr. Devlin wants to give St. Francis students an entire community. Athena Devlin and Jennifer Wingate. a better understanding of American culture. “Using our own students’ backgrounds over a variety of majors and fields of studies “In my introductory class, I want to bring as a starting point gives us a unique opportuthat might not otherwise seem connected students outside of the classroom and take nity to better understand society,” added such as Fine Arts and Business Management; a hard look at how we are affected by our Professor Wingate. “That cultural knowledge all are geared towards giving student a better incredibly diverse culture. New York City is a valuable asset.” and its amazing patchwork of ethnici“You can take your American ties is the backdrop for the course.” Studies experience anywhere,” added SELECTED AMERICAN STUDIES COURSES n  Introduction to American Studies To earn the American Studies Professor Devlin. “Having this on n  Crime, Justice and American Fiction certificate, students take six interdisciyour resume will give you a leg up in n  History of Science and Medicine in America plinary courses, all created specifically everything from law and education to n  Law in U.S. Culture: From the Constitution to Law and Order for the program. The work crosses human resources and management.” n  Popular Music S T. F R A N C I S C O L L EG E T E R R I E R | W I N T E R 20 1 1 –2 0 1 2 | 7


Profile of a Terrier

Kenneth Daly ’88 President National Grid, New York Walking into the Brooklyn offices of National Grid is a lot like attending an alumni reunion at St. Francis College. Both current students and graduates hold titles ranging from intern to analyst, executive assistant to vice-president, all the way up to the President of New York State Business.

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resume for me; he didn’t lend hat top spot is now held me his suit thankfully. I figured by Kenneth Daly ’88, “A goal of mine is to pay St. Francis back for the that part out on my own. The an English major who scholarship Brother George gave me. Part of that next day I went for an interpoints with gratitude to two view… 20 some-odd years later Franciscan Brothers who put is with contributions, but what I enjoy most is here I am.” him on the path to where he is working with the students” Brooklyn Union, which today. As a senior at Brooklyn became KeySpan and then Technical High School, Mr. Daly National Grid, is the only wasn’t sure about his next step. employer Mr. Daly has known. “One thing that’s very, very important “I got a letter in the mail, very late in the year, saying ‘Come to to me is loyalty,” he said. St. Francis College.’ And while I was there I met Brother George, and That loyalty has paid dividends, not just for Daly who was named not only did I get into St. Francis, they offered me a full presidential to his current position earlier this year after working as financial scholarship. From that point forward, I never looked back.” controller for two years in England, but for students at St. Francis While the late Brother George Larkin, O.S.F. ’60, played a pivotal College. Mr. Daly has been a generous contributor to the College role in bringing Mr. Daly into St. Francis, another Brother, the late including the creation of an John Hoffschmidt, O.S.F., played endowed Ken Daly Scholarship. a similar role in moving him out. But Mr. Daly believes that giving “Brother John called me one back means a lot more than simply day and asked if I’d like to writing a check. interview at Brooklyn Union “A goal of mine is to pay Gas. I didn’t have a resume or St. Francis back for the scholarship an interview suit,” Mr. Daly Brother George gave me. Part of recalls. “His office typed the that is with contributions, but what (Right) Ken Daly (Center) in 2008 I enjoy most is working with the with scholarship and internship students,” said Mr. Daly who has recipients Javier Crespo ’10 (Left) and Jeffrey Taveras ’10. taught as an Adjunct Professor at the College for 18 years. “It’s really much more than the financial. It’s about giving back the opportunity to the students.” Mr. Daly is also proud of the National Grid Internship and Scholarship program.

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Profile of a Terrier

Left: Ken Daly with his wife Laurie and their four “The impact we’ve made is probably greater children. than anything else I’ve done. If I just walk the Below: 1988 Yearbook floor here, you will meet, no exaggeration, broader leadership skills. Some of us are a dozen current St. Francis students working better at one or the other but you really as interns. We started that program about need the balance of 20 years ago and many of our workers have the two.” come through the ranks that way, including That balancing our Treasurer ( Lorraine M. Lynch ’92 , act is perhaps the National Grid Vice President, U.S. Treasury).” most important reason In addition to the internships, Daly Mr. Daly has risen up estimates that National Grid has hired more the ranks at National than 100 St. Francis graduates. Grid. With wonderful But Daly was not content with his relationparents and wife Laurie, ship with his alma mater. He (whom he calls the true wanted more involvement and has hero of the family,) and now become one of the newest “Having taught for 18 years and having been four young children, members of the St. Francis Board Mr. Daly says flexibility is key. of Trustees. “This is the ultimate a student for four years and having hired more “Family always comes first but step in supporting the College at than 100 graduates, I think I’m in a unique work is a close second especially the highest level; to help influence with these types of leadership and support the institution. position to work with academics on shaping roles. There are some days I’d It’s part of the continuing 25-year programs, on informing St. Francis’ curriculum rather be with my family but I payback,” said Mr. Daly. need to be at work and there are Although one might think that to prepare students for the future.” some days where I should be fundraising would be Mr. Daly’s focusing even more on work focus, based on his business but I need to be with my family. You have to really prioritize.” contacts and experience, he has other goals. “Having taught for Mr. Daly admits that the commitment can be taxing but he points 18 years and having been a student for four years and having hired more than 100 graduates, I think I’m in a unique position to work with out that the hard work you put in pays dividends. “You really need to look at it as a career not a job. You need to look at it as an investment academics on shaping programs, on informing St. Francis’ curriculum in your future.” to prepare students for the future.” The commitment works both ways. Daly is thankful for the It’s not the first time Mr. Daly has played against stereotypes. Company’s Tuition Aid program, which enabled him to receive an “I always say to folks — how did an English major from Brooklyn MBA in Finance from St. John’s, an MS in Human Resources from wind up becoming the financial controller, working in England, NYU-PolyTech, and achieve the distinguished Chartered Financial of a very large, global company. It’s not the obvious path.” Analyst (CFA) designation. Mr. Daly credits his undergraduate English degree with helping He says you also have to enjoy what you’re doing. “I always tell folks, him with the necessary “soft skills” in becoming a leader. “My hard if you’re not having fun, change something. Change yourself. Change skill is finance. I’m a numbers person, a math person. I really like the environment. Change the job if you have to. You have to really statistics and analytics and that’s helped me greatly in business. enjoy what you’re doing because you do it so often.” But the soft skills are even more important as you advance in a company. It’s communication skills, writing skills, listening skills,

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10 Years Later The tragic events of 9/11 affected St. Francis College in a number of ways: We lost alumni, friends, and family even as we watched several graduates play leadership roles in the response and recovery operations.

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hirteen St. Francis students or graduates died at Ground Zero. They were either at work that day or first responders trying to help victims. What’s notable is that a significant part of the leadership that headed the recovery was made up of St. Francis alumni. Thomas Von Essen ’72 , now International Spokesperson for Honeywell Corporation’s Mass Notification and Emergency Communication Technology, was FDNY Commissioner at the time. “Seeing how people helped each other and were sincerely concerned over the welfare of strangers was remarkable. It lasted for months and I believe made a significant difference for those most adversely affected. Moral, emotional and physical support was critical at that time. When people, even strangers, suffer real tragedy, we have shown, not just New Yorkers, but Americans, that we care and want to help,” he said. One of Mr. Von Essen’s first steps in rebuilding the department was the day after the attacks: He hired fellow St. Francis graduate Michael J. Regan ’80 to become First Deputy Fire Commissioner. Mr. Regan, who had previously served five years as Deputy Fire Commissioner, left FDNY in January of 2002 and now works for JP Morgan Chase as the Global Director of Security and Investigations, says the rebuilding effort showed the resiliency and warmth of New Yorkers. “Everyone that experienced 9/11, whether emergency responders or recovery workers, had a life-changing experience. We were all reminded about the frailty of life and the importance of remembering and honoring all those who were lost.” Another St. Francis alum, Richard J. Scheirer ’76, headed

(Top) Richard Scheirer with former U.S. Attorney General Michael Mukasey. (Bottom) Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, Governor George Pataki, President George W. Bush, Thomas Von Essen.

the agency at the center of the recovery and clean-up effort: the Office of Emergency Management. “The events of 9/11 changed me as a person by bringing me closer to my family, friends and faith. I became stronger. I will always remember the cross at St. Peter’s Church and how it inspired people,” said Mr. Scheirer, now Executive Vice President at Giuliani Partners. “I became friendly with Rabbi Joseph Potasnik (FDNY Chaplain) because of this tragedy, and he reminded me that it was caused by man and not by God.” At the NYPD, the First Deputy Commissioner’s position was held by Joseph P. Dunne ’69, a 32-year veteran of the force while at the national level, Thomas J. Pickard ’72 , was Deputy Director of the FBI on 9/11 and led the investigation into the attack.

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For the people who were in and around the pit for months and months, it was some comfort to see the number of people who came together to start foundations and organizations such as Voices of September 11th to help family members and others. That spirit of giving now extends far beyond New York. “One foundation that I am involved with is the Stephen Siller Foundation. They do the Tunnel to Towers Run every year and they raise money for people in need around the country like the Katrina victims, the New York Foundling Hospital, Wounded Warriors and the list goes on and on,” said Mr. Scheirer. “The warmth and courage exhibited at this year’s Tunnel to Towers Race shows very clearly that people across the USA and the world continue to celebrate and honor the lives of those lost,” adds Mr. Regan. “It is a wonderful feeling to help others and I am glad more people, many for the first time, are experiencing it,” said former Commissioner Von Essen. “I also think the heroism shown by FDNY has helped firefighters all over the world gain more respect and admiration from the people they serve.” “9/11 to me is a symbol of both the worst and best in humanity; the worst because of the attack, the best because of the way we responded,” said Assistant Director of Alumni Relations Vanessa De Almeida ’00. “We were all scared but we helped each other. If someone’s phone worked, they passed it around so everyone could call home, not caring if they got it back. If we walked to safety, we walked together, even if it meant we walked slower. People wanted to help.” Watch Thomas Von Essen’s Nov. 3 lecture at sfc.edu/terrier


10 Years Later

St. Francis College Remembers Richard Allen ’96

Joseph Calandrillo ’77

Florence Gregory ’02*

John J. Murray ’70

FDNY

Marsh & McLennan

AON Corporation

Industrial Bank of Japan

Thomas Ashton ’02*

Emy De La Pena ’02*

Marian “Marty” Hrycak ’68

Matthew Ryan ’72

Electrician, Local 3

Fiduciary Trust

FDNY

Herman Broghammer ’65

Francis Feely ’72

State Department of Taxation and Finance

Timothy Stackpole ’01

AON Corporation

Marsh & McLennan

John Lennon ’92

FDNY

Richard Caggiano ’99

Carl Flickinger ’85

Port Authority Police

Cantor Fitzgerald

Cantor Fitzgerald

Mass of the Holy Spirit

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he Fall 2011 semester began with a special Mass of the Holy Spirit on September 12. During the mass, attendees prayed for victims of 9/11 whose names were submitted by loved ones in the St. Francis Community.

Reflecting Through Literature

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n Friday, September 9, American Studies and English Professor Athena Devlin participated in an hour-long radio program, Vox Pop : 9/11 Community Conversation on WAMC in Albany. Dr. Devlin used literature about both past tragedies and 9/11 as a starting point to discuss how people responded then and now.

* Degrees awarded posthumously

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imitar Georgiev ’10, now studying in the Security Studies

Program at Georgetown University, earned second place and a $10,000 scholarship from the 2011 Richard A. Clarke National Scholarly Monograph Contest in commemoration of the 9/11 attacks for his work, Failure of American Strategic Thought and 9/11. The Center for First Amendment Studies sponsored the contest and hosted an awards ceremony on Sept. 14 with Richard A. Clarke, a terrorism and security advisor to several Presidents, and NJ Congressman Rob Andrews. “9/11 was an event that defined my generation in a similar way that Hitler defined a generation 70 years ago. The contest provided me with the opportunity to reexamine what happened, why, and what came after,” said Mr. Georgiev who added that the prize has reinforced his decision to pursue a career in political science. You can read Georgiev’s award-winning monograph at www.firstamendmentstudies.org. Dr. Craig Smith (Cal State Long Beach), Rep. Rob Andrews, Steven Markoff (911plus.org), Richard A. Clarke and Dimitar Georgiev ’10 (seated).

Listen to the program at sfc.edu/terrier

Reflect with Terrier A look back — see how the Terrier covered 9/11 in the Winter 2002 issue. Read the issue at sfc.edu/terrier

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The Heart of St. Francis — Giving Back Robert C. Sloane ’66 C O - F O U N D E R , P R I N C I PA L A N D E X E C U T I V E C O A C H , O P T I M A R K E T L L C

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’ve always believed in doing something significant as a volunteer parallel with my job,” said Robert. C. Sloane ’66, Co-Founder of OptiMarket LLC and co-author of the new self-help book, Fired at 50: How to Overcome the Greatest Executive Job Search Challenge. Mr. Sloane’s career is emblazoned with a number of high profile accomplishments from senior management at ColgatePalmolive to communications advisor for White House drug czar General Barry McCaffrey to marketing leadership in the creation of NFL Europe. But all along, he kept true to his beliefs in volunteer work, serving as Jaycees President for his New Jersey town, founding board member for a Connecticut organization dedicated to preserving Long Island Sound, helping job hunters at his Riverside, Connecticut parish St. Catherine of Siena and, in 1995, cofounding and serving as first Chairman of The Executive Forum, a Connecticut-based non-profit organization that serves as a resource to executives in transition to help them overcome hurdles to re-entering the job market. The EF currently has more than 300 executive members across diverse industries and functional leadership areas. “Now, after over 10 years of our work at OptiMarket with numerous executives who

Robert Sloane ’66 overlooking the San Francisco Bay

have benefitted from our job search coaching services, my partner Tucker Mays and I decided to consolidate all our advice into one easy to use reference,” said Mr. Sloane. Fired at 50 provides insights about how to overcome society’s age bias and make your age an asset in a job search. The book also recommends the most productive ways to spend time searching for a job. A long-time and consistently generous donor to the College’s general and scholarship funds, Mr. Sloane has also given many hours to current students in the classroom, serving as an Adjunct Professor for seven years. “After a long corporate career that moved me out of New York City and prevented me from completing my Master’s Degree at Baruch, I wanted to consider teaching at the college level. Shortly after St. Francis Chancellor Frank Macchiarola ’62 became College President he told me that if I finished my degree, he’d find me a place to teach,”

said Mr. Sloane. “I completed my studies, 30 years after they began, with a focus on the emerging Global Internet Business area. Dr. Macchiarola kept to his word and just a few weeks later, I was teaching Marketing at the College.” Mr. Sloane later created and taught the College’s first Internet Marketing course, collaborated with the Management Department to develop an e-commerce concentration, and assisted Dean Allen Burdowski in the early development of distance learning techniques. Said Mr. Sloane: “The line from the Prayer of St. Francis, ‘For it is in giving that you receive,’ has always served as an important influence to me. And at a point in my life when I was considering going in a totally new career direction, Dr. Macchiarola’s wonderful words of advice to “go where you are needed” expressed a simple yet profound principle — one which I continue to apply in both my executive coaching work as well as through community service initiatives. I am proud to be an SFC alumnus and honored to have played a role in the college’s further development.” Learn more about Bob at www.optimarketllc.com

Lt. Col. Walter V. McIntyre U.S. Air Force (Ret.) ’50 Inducted into the St. Clare Society posthumously, Lt. Col. Walter V. McIntyre USAF (Ret.) ’50 was an inspiration to many. Below are excerpts from two letters written by his daughter, Maura, before and after his passing. “My father… fondly attributes much of his success in life to the education and life skills that were given to him by your institution.” The second letter included a manual Lt. Col. McIntyre had saved from his time at St. Francis. “The manual states that the aim of the college was to prepare students for a life that emphasizes the valuation of life and his duties to his fellow man and his God. As a soldier my father continued to honor this imperative knowing that his role should always first consider others, support and defend his country, and incorporate the existence and wondrousness of God in all that he did. Family consumed these same basic tenets and with eight children I am sure you can

see how important it was to be conscious and present in the role and duties of father. He would say that he was not perfect in either role, but I can tell you that he lived his life as he was taught – to be thankful for all that he had been given; to share in equal measure, to report when he had fallen short, and most of all to love even when it sometimes hurt. My father and my mother (deceased 2007) valued education and its importance in creating a substantive life. They were always interested in each of us finding a path that most reflected and refined our individual gifts. They created and fostered critical thought, ambitious endeavors, and sat quietly when a bar that had been set too low or too high needed adjustment.

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In closing I hope that you will remember my father in your prayers. I continue to believe that… St. Francis College will continue to aspire to meet the aims of a time not so long ago and produce young men and women prepared to meet the challenges of today with dedication to purpose and commitment to the humanity that surrounds us.” Sincerely, Maura K. McIntyre (executor) Christine McIntyre Diane McIntyre Ellen Kochu Sheila McIntyre Col. Andrew McIntyre Kathleen McIntyre


A Diamond in the Rough, Natasha Green ’04

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atasha Green ’04, Founder and CEO of Hidden Gems, Inc.

started her nonprofit organization to help every child discover his or her hidden talent. She thinks she’s hit a bullseye with her latest program, to bring archery to New York City Public School children. “I picked archery because it’s a non-traditional sport in urban communities,” said Green. “It’s really for all types of individuals because excellence in archery is based on skill more than strength.” A triple sport student-athlete in basketball, volleyball and track, athletics at St. Francis had a great impact on Green, teaching her the value of commitment, team-work and hard-work. “I learned about friendship and sticking together no matter what. My close friends are the ones I met at SFC,” added Green who went on to teach mathematics at DeWitt Clinton High School through the New York City Teaching Fellows program and is now working towards a Master’s Degree in Chemistry from LIU. In addition to Hidden Gems, Green is also working with the Department of Education on a technology based concept to help put at risk students on a path to success. Natasha Green ’04

Big Gaff on the Big Screen

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eorge W. Gaffney ’67, also known as

Big Gaff, has been spreading his love of movies across his Greenville, South Carolina home and beyond. His candid, tell-it-like-it-is reviews appear in his local daily newspaper, The Greenville News. “I saw my first movie at age five. My two sisters, Goldie and Cathy, are a decade older George W. Gaffney ’67 and took me to the movies as a babysitting tool. The film kept me quiet and they got to see the shows they cared about,” said Gaffney. “I saw films far above the bar for small children and learned to pick up the unspoken clues and symbolism: the candle blows out, the person is dead; they stop showing the couple kissing and you only see the tide coming in, enough said.” After graduating from St. Francis, Gaffney taught social studies for 35 years in both New York City and Charlotte, North Carolina. He moved to Greenville after the sudden passing of his wife Marilyn, in 2001. An editor at the News offered him a spot working in the restaurant review section. He took it, using it as his way in to ultimately publish his movie reviews. “The value of film is that you can live two lives,” said Gaffney. “You can experience life in places you will never visit and you will see courage and cowardice that will influence how well you are prepared to deal with these elements when you are confronted with a moral or ethical challenge.” For more, you can read Gaffney’s blog, at biggaff2.blogspot.com, which contains his musings on more than 250 Hollywood feature films from the past several years.

Faculty Notes Dr. Suzanne Forsberg (Chair, Fine Arts) attended the 33rd annual conference of the Balalaika and Domra Association of America (BDAA) in Bollnäs, Sweden. She also traveled to Stockholm then to Dresden and Berlin, Germany, for archival research on the early 18th century symphony. Dr. Forsberg visited and photographed sites associated with Franz Liszt’s years in Weimer for the Liszt Bicentennial, which was celebrated in October with a lecture on Liszt and a concert performed by acclaimed pianist Andreas Klein. The Faculty Development and Faculty Research Committees supported her trips. Dr. Forsberg was elected treasurer of the Mozart Society of America, effective July 1. The New York Council for the Humanities recently awarded her a three-year contract for a new lecture entitled “Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel: Masters of the Late Baroque.” Dr. Robin Helburn (Chemistry and Physics) released her latest publication, Interfaces and Interphases in Analytical Chemistry (American Chemical Society Symposium Series 1062; distributed by Oxford University Press, 2011). She edited the book

with the help of Dr. Mark Vitha of Drew University. In addition, Dr. Helburn’s work appears twice in the volume; as author of The “Interface” in Analytical Chemistry: Overview and Historical Perspective and co-author of the article Temperature Dependent Resistance and Magnetoresistance of Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes Mounted on Silica Fiber Surface. Mitch Levenberg’s (Academic Enhancement) article “Tears for Lear” appeared in the August edition of Middlebrow Magazine and a preface to his forthcoming memoir on China, appeared in the October edition. A review of his short story collection, “Principles of Uncertainty and Other Constants,” appears in the on-line journal Gently Read Literature. (Get links to the stories at sfc.edu/terrier) Mark McSherry (Communication Arts) will help award a $50,000 prize for one journalist, whose work best focuses on themes such as social issues, economics and politics, as a juror for the 2012 Media for Liberty Award. He will assist in evaluating media contributions from journalists in a variety of mediums from around the world. McSherry is also a juror for the Online Media Awards which is devoted to the best in online journalism.

Dr. Fotios Paliogiannis (Mathematics) released his latest publication, Functions of Several Real Variables (World Scientific 2011), co-authored with Professor Martin Moskowitz of the City University of New York. Dr. Marianne Roncoli (Nursing) was featured in “Ten Years Later,” an article on Nurse.com, that highlighted nurses who were among the first responders on Sept. 11, 2001. Dr. Roncoli recalled memories about her experiences with helping those who were injured and in need of assistance on that day. (Read the story at sfc.edu/terrier)

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Terrier Sports

Men’s Basketball On the Up and Up

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t. Francis (NY) took a major step forward under first-year head coach Glenn Braica during the 2010-2011 season, registering their best record since the 2002-2003 campaign and finished 15-15 (10-8 in league play) and earning the #5 seed in the Northeast Conference Tournament. The Terriers lost a pair of All-Conference performers when seniors Ricky Cadell and Akeem Bennett graduated but there are seven returning players and six newcomers about whom the coaching staff is extremely excited. Point guard Dre Calloway made a good contribution during his initial season and demonstrated his ability to lead on both ends of the floor. Iona transfer sophomore Ben Mockford will be asked to replace some of the scoring of the departed seniors. The southpaw is more than just a deadly outside bomber as he possesses the ability to attack the rim and set-up his teammates as well. Sophomore lead guard Brent Jones should see plenty of action in the backcourt. There will be plenty of competition in the frontcourt but look for five players to log most of the minutes. 6-6 senior Stefan Perunicic has drilled 207 career three-pointers and is the fifth highest returning scorer in the entire conference. 6-4 junior Travis Nichols, 6-6 junior Akeem Johnson, 6-8 sophomore Matt Milk , and 6-6 freshman Jalen Cannon comprise a talented group that should give their opponents fits. The Terriers will also return to Madison Square Garden this year, playing one of their home games against LIU on February 8 at 9:00pm. Senior sharpshooter Stefan Perunicic.

MEN’S HOME SCHEDULE

Women’s Basketball Welcomes Largest Recruiting Class Under Coach Milano

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t was a busy recruiting season as head coach Brenda Milano and her staff added eight new players to a mix of five veterans as they work to turn things around for the program. All eight Terriers from this largest recruiting class under Coach Milano are expected to contribute immediately. Madeline Jankowski (Middle Village, NY), Jaymee Veney (Fairborn, OH), Colette Hounshell (Kirtland, OH), Kelly Myers (Coventry, CT), Sarah Benedetti (Canton, CT), Katie Fox (Twinsburg, OH), Eilidh Simpson (Mordialloc, Australia) and Jessica Kaufman Sophomore guard Jasmin Robinson. (Victoria, Australia) are an exciting group that offers multi-dimensional skills. Among the returners, lightning-quick sophomore guard Jasmin Robinson demonstrated the ability to run the offense and score in her initial campaign. Junior Stefanie Bingham can contribute on both sides of the ball but it will be her aggressive play on defense that will help the Terriers greatly this season. Junior Kim Snauwaert will be asked to provide veteran leadership. Sophomores Kiley Grabbe and Ozana Marginean both received quality playing time last season.

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Dec. 19 Albany

7 pm

Jan. 19 Mount St. Mary’s

7 pm

Dec. 14 Fairfield

7 pm

Feb. 4

Bryant

Dec. 23 Norfolk State

2 pm

Jan. 21 Wagner

4 pm

Jan. 7

2 pm

Feb. 6

Central Conn. State 7 pm

Dec. 29 Brown

7 pm

Feb. 2

CCSU

7 pm

Jan. 14 Fairleigh Dickinson 2 pm

Feb. 13 Long Island

7 pm

Jan. 5

7 pm

Feb. 4

Bryant

4 pm

Jan. 16 Monmouth

2 pm

Feb. 18 Sacred Heart

2 pm

Jan. 12 Monmouth

7 pm

Feb. 8 LIU @ MSG

9pm

Jan. 21 Wagner

2 pm

Jan. 14 FDU

4 pm

Feb. 18 Sacred Heart

4 pm

Jan. 23 Mount St. Mary’s

7 pm

Quinnipiac

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Terrier Sports

SENIOR MARIÓN A LTA M I R A N O A L A N Í S COMPETES ON MEXICAN N AT I O N A L T E A M

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erriers’ water polo player and Mexican native Marión Altamirano Alanís participated on

the Mexican National Women’s Water Polo team in the University Games in

Shenzhen, China, this past summer. “It was an amazing experience,” said

Men’s Soccer Team Off to Fast Start

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he Terriers enjoyed a sensational non-conference season as they went 5-2-1 before opening Northeast Conference Play. Head Coach Tom Giovatto’s young squad started out the season 0-2-1 but then reeled off five consecutive victories for the first time since the 2008 campaign. St. Francis has played tremendously on the defensive side of the field as they have allowed just 0.71 goals per game, which is good for the second fewest in the conference. Tyler Clarhaut has been impressive between the pipes and is among the leagueleaders with six shutouts. The playmaking combination of Frenchmen Gabriel Gabot and Adam Maabdi has been a force as they have combined for seven goals and five assists. Gabot was named the Adidas/NEC Player of the Week on September 12.

Altamirano Alanís, a senior. “More than 100 athletes tried out for the team so to make the squad was a big honor. It was a

Junior Adam Maabdi and Freshman Gabriel have added a French twist to the Terriers game, just two members of the international team with players from nine countries.

great learning experience and it can only help me in my preparation for our season here at St. Francis College this spring.” Marión Altamirano Alanís in Shenzhen, China, with the Mexican National Women’s Water Polo Team.

S F C AT H L E T I C S . C O M G E T S N E W L O O K

Go to SFCathletics.com to see the new and dynamic Terrier sports website. The upgrade, the first since 2006, provides St. Francis more flexibility in displaying athletic photos and videos. “The new website offers a cutting-edge web presence for St. Francis College athletics,” said Terriers’ Director of Athletics Irma Garcia. “The website will greatly enhance our ability to connect with our fans and potential recruits.” In addition to the new color scheme and graphics, visitors to SFCathletics.com will immediately notice the enhanced photos and new headers. Large action photos greet visitors on the new main page and each sport’s home page. For smart phone users, a customized mobile version offers easy access to Terriers’ scores and stories. Other enhancements are easier to read schedules and updating tweets from the #SFCTerriers Twitter feed. Terrier fans will also still find a wide variety of detailed game recaps, statistics, season previews, player biographies and student-athlete features on the site.

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Terrier Sports Women’s Bowling in 10th Annual Tunnel to Towers Run/Walk

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n Sept. 25, members of the St. Francis College women’s bowling team ran in the 10th Annual “The Firefighter Stephen Siller-Tunnel to Towers Run/Walk.” It was the third consecutive year that the Terriers participated. The team is participating to honor current SFC bowler, Kaitlin Caspar ’s uncle, FDNY Officer Lt. Dan O’Callaghan, from Engine 54, Ladder 4, Battalion 9, as well as those who lost their lives on 9/11. The 5K course starts in Brooklyn on the Gowanus approach to the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel, winds through lower Manhattan and finishes at West and Vesey streets.

(Above) Kaitlin Caspar making an etching of her Uncle’s name at the Trade Center Memorial. (Right) Back row: Kaitlin Caspar, Kristina Terpo, Alyson Piergiovanni, Shanna Chepelsky. Front row: Jennifer Vreeland, Marissa Gargiulo, Amelia Tonyes.

AT H L E T I C D E PA R T M E N T H E L P S J O P L I N R E B O U N D

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FC Athletics stepped right up to help tornado victims in Joplin, MO, this summer, sending the city new and gently used sporting goods, sports clothing and equipment donated by the women’s basketball team and its coaching staff. It was part of Help Joplin Rebound, a program put together by LouisvilleCatholicSports. com. “We got the press release and my reaction was ‘We’ve got to help,’ ” said Meghan O’Brien, Director of Athletic Marketing and Senior Woman Administrator. “I just couldn’t imagine kids without anything to do for the summer months so I knew we had to get involved.” Ms. O’Brien organized

a small group of students to help coordinate their own drive along with email blasts to coaches, faculty, staff, and friends.

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The Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) was instrumental in making the sporting goods drive a success. In addition to helping the children of Joplin, SAAC, which is moderated by Ms. O’Brien, helps with breast cancer awareness, the New York Roadrunners shoe drive and events helping to raise funds to find a cure for cancer. “It’s all about the Franciscan spirit of giving back. If we give, others will support us as well,” said O’Brien. “We saw the need with this disaster and the kids responded.” Frankelly Fernandez, Farzan Bigdeli and Alexandra Delacruz show some of the gear collected for victims of the Joplin.


Alumni Events St. Francis Night with the Brooklyn Cyclones On Thursday, July 14, 2011 St. Francis College alumni, staff and friends went out to the ballgame in Coney Island to root for the home team Brooklyn Cyclones and support scholarships at St. Francis College.

Will and Angela Manekas ’02, with their children Peter and Michaela. L-R: Eric Smith, James Bozart ’86, Kenneth P. Brown ’70 and James McDonald ’69. L-R: Kevin M. Maroney ’82, and William F. Maroney ’76. L-R: Our Terrier Mascot, President Brendan J. Dugan ’68, Stephen Burke and Michael G. Burke ’68.

Brother Urban Gonnoud, O.S.F. Memorial Golf Classic On Tuesday, September 20, 2011, our annual Brother Urban Gonnoud, O.S.F. Memorial Golf Classic was held at the Dyker Beach Golf Course. Following a day on the links, the golfers enjoyed a buffet dinner at Sirico’s Caterers. (Clockwise from right) Our alumni from Pi Alpha Fraternity. Patrick J. Dugan ’01 and Deborah Hanley. Marjorie Driscoll ’80 and Thomas J. Quigley, Ph.D. ’52. Our golfers.

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Department Spotlight Office of Development Under Thomas F. Flood, Vice President for Development, fundraising at St. Francis College has been invigorated with an outpouring of support from alumni and friends of the College who believe in the Franciscan ideals that govern the school’s mission. But, Mr. Flood did not achieve these successes alone; a combination of long-time and new employees in the Office of Development work hard every day to help St. Francis reach its full potential. worked as a sales and service coach at Capital One Bank where she also focused a great deal of time making sure all bank employees gave back to the community. “We could’ve just written checks to various charities, but we decided to do something in addition, that I think means much more,” said Ms. Taylor. “We made sure that every year each of our employees also donated their personal time to a cause.” In her new role, she’ll be supporting everything from scholarships to the capital campaign to special events.

Marion Boteju Director of Scholarship Programs Ms. Boteju worked for several years at the Alive in Hope Foundation, most recently as Executive Director. At St. Francis, she’s working to add structure to the College’s endowment program, which currently features more than 240 separate scholarships. Having moved to the U.S. from Sri Lanka, Ms. Boteju is proud to support the College’s tradition of educating immigrant and first-generation students. “Their gratitude, mixed with a sense of urgency, tells me that no one takes their scholarship for granted,” said Ms. Boteju. “I’m sure they feel the same huge impact that a Catholic education had on my life.”

Nicholas Canedo Donor Relations Associate / Prospect Research Mr. Canedo graduated from Hofstra Law School, but decided to forego a career in law. Instead he focused on raising money for non-profit organizations. “It’s really fulfilling to work on something you believe in, something that is bigger than yourself,” said Mr. Canedo who supports several aspects of the department and likes that he sees the results of his work immediately in the students who attend the College. “This is an exciting time to be at St. Francis. We’re at a turning point in the institution, where Development is growing and we’re really picking up momentum towards our goals.”

Sabrina Simmons ’10 Office Assistant Ms. Simmons has worked in Development for seven years, making her the senior staff member in the department. During that time,

(Standing, l-r) Sabrina Simmons ’10, Edward Stewart, Marija Wierzbicki, Thomas F. Flood, Charlene St. Vil, (Seated) Marion Boteju, Nicholas Canedo, Emmlynn Taylor

she’s seen the introduction of a number of innovative and creative fundraising programs like auctions at the Charter Award Dinner. “I earned my associate’s degree while working here and saw firsthand how students are exposed to different cultures and taught about more than classwork,” said Ms. Simmons. “They learn about life in general and how to manage both business and personal relationships.” Ms. Simmons added she’s proud to work at a place that’s opening doors and providing excellent opportunities for students and alumni.

Edward Stewart Director of Major and Planned Gifts Mr. Stewart previously worked for the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers, raising money for international missions, but while the work may have drifted overseas, he always held on to his Brooklyn roots. His connection to St. Francis runs back to his childhood when during the summers at Breezy Point, many Franciscan Brothers shared the next cabana over. “I love to hear people’s motivations when they make their gifts,” said Mr. Stewart. “It can be

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a fond memory from the time they spent here, a door that was opened to their future or just simple appreciation for the kindness of a Brother or professor.”

Charlene St. Vil Director of Annual Giving Ms. St. Vil comes to St. Francis College from the Partnership at Drugfree.org where she was Associate Director of Special Events and Development Services. She has more than 10 years of experience in fundraising. Ms. St. Vil is now focusing on projects like recruiting class agents, the senior gift and creating custom websites for each of the reunion classes. “From current students and their parents to alumni and friends, so many people have a great feeling about St. Francis,” said Ms. St. Vil. “We just want to make sure we’re at the top of their mind when they’re thinking about helping others.”

Emmlynn Taylor Donor Relations Associate / Giving Programs Ms. Taylor is the newest addition to the Development team, having

Marija Wierzbicki Executive Assistant to the Vice President for Development Ms. Wierzbicki worked at the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and the Alive in Hope Foundation before joining the staff at St. Francis College. “I see my job here as a continuation of the mission with the Diocese, just focused more on education,” said Ms. Wierzbicki, whose son Bryan graduated from St. Francis in 2006. “Both organizations really strive to help the whole person. I saw how much the College has to offer personally with my son and now I see it every time a student comes in telling us how grateful they are for their scholarship.”

The commitment to serving St. Francis College and the larger Franciscan community is unmistakable inside the Development Office, where two mantras guide their work every day: New Funds, New Friends, and We Do It Together, We Do It For Others.


Class Notes 1950s Clifford A. Bartlett, Jr. ’59 has been included in the Strathmore’s Who’s Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the field of law. He is currently a Partner with Bartlett, McDonough & Monaghan, LLP, with four offices located in Mineola, NY; White Plains, NY; Islip, NY and New York City.

1960s William J. Ryan ’65 received an honorary doctor of science in business administration degree from Thomas College, where he serves as a member of the board of trustees. William received the degree during Thomas College’s graduation, where he was guest speaker. John C. Donahue ’67, seen here with wife Anne and St. Francis Management Professor Maureen Couglin, was honored this past September at the Great Irish Fair held in Coney Island, where he was the recipient of the Thomas Cuite Memorial Award.

1970s Michael J. Henchy ’70 is now president and chief operating officer of First Central Savings Bank, where he has also been elected to the board of directors. Henchy joins First Central Savings Bank from Hudson Valley Bank, where he was most recently senior vice president in the office of the CEO. Thomas B. McManus ’70 is proud to announce the birth of his 7th grandchild, Margot Collins Bade, born this past May to parents Polly McManus Bade and Chris Bade. Richard A. Portuese ’70 was ordained to the diaconate by Bishop William Murphy at St. Agnes Cathedral in Rockville Centre, NY. Richard is retired from Reliance National Insurance where he was AVP for human resources. He and wife Alberta have five children and nine grandchildren. Peter E. Provenzale ’70 is now senior business development officer and senior vice president of Capital Business Credit LLC , a global integrated financial products and services company. Peter will work to expand CBC’s client-base in the northeast, focusing on middle market borrowers.

Edmund Savold ’70 is very happy to announce that his grandson Garret, along with his teammates from the River Valley Rebels won the 10-andunder Major World Series in Grapevine, TX. Sister Joseph Maureen Zick, O.P. ’72 celebrated her 60th Anniversary as a Dominican Sister, and has also been honored by Most Holy Trinity Parish. She has retired as principal of Saint Pancras Catholic School in Glendale, NY. Robert E. Woods ’73 is proud to announce the birth of his grandson, James Emmett Joiner, born this past March. Edward Michael Carey ’ 74 and his wife Patricia recently commemorated their 50th wedding anniversary this past June, and are the proud parents of Edward Jr., Kevin, Kathleen and Eileen. They are also grandparents to 12 grandchildren. Steven A. Morisi ’75 recently performed in a community theater performance of Judgment at Nuremberg. Also in the cast were fellow SFC and Troupers alumni, Gregory B. Johnson ’72, Kieran Larkin ’75 and Richard J. Weyhausen ’72. Robert Hannafin ’76 is now the dean of the College of Education and Information Sciences at Long Island University, CW Post Campus. Robert most recently served as a director of learning and development at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and is a former professor and curriculum developer at the University of Connecticut, the College of William and Mary, and Auburn University. Kenneth M. Freda ’77 is now a managing director of Executive Sounding Board Associates Inc. He is based in the firm’s New York City office, and is responsible for practice development and for contributing to the management of turnarounds, workouts and bankruptcy engagements. Alexander A. DiGuido ’78 is proud to announce the birth of his grandson, Charlie William DiGuido, born this past September to parents Erin and George, and big brother John Alexander. Al’s Angels, a charity founded by Mr. DiGuido, raised $85,000 to help families challenged by cancer, rare blood diseases and severe financial distress at the 2nd Annual 24 Hours of Hope Fitness Fundraiser. Mr. DiGuido also appeared on CNN in August to talk about internet trends related to the Republican

Straw Poll in Iowa. DiGuido is CEO of digital marketing company Zeta Interactive.

Dennis Monaco ’78 is now the assistant branch manager at First Financial Federal Credit Union’s Howell and Freehold branches in New Jersey. Dennis has over 35 years of experience in banking and finance, including a career on the New York Stock Exchange. Prior to his employment with the credit union, Monaco worked at JSF Securities Corporation in New York as a trading floor broker.

1980s Donovan Gordon ’81 is president of D. Gordon Consulting, Inc. providing sustainability consulting & LEED project management as well as strategies in business development, sales and marketing. Gordon is also a member of the U.S. Green Building Council–LI Chapter. Joseph M. Hemway ’84 recently threw the first pitch during a Staten Island Yankees game vs. Aberdeen Ironbirds. Joseph is V.P. of Information Technology & CIO at the Pratt Institute, and President of the Alumni Board of Directors of St. Francis College. (Above) Joseph M. Hemway ’84 and Staten Island Yankees Catcher Nick McCoy.

JoAnn Stonier ’84 has been chosen by The Aspen Institute Business and Society program as a member of their First Mover Fellows; individuals who are working within companies to unite business growth with a sustainable society in the products and services they are developing. JoAnn is a Global Privacy & Data Protection Officer for MasterCard Worldwide, where her responsibilities include identifying, evaluating and managing risks associated with privacy and information management on a global basis. She is also an adjunct professor at the College, where she teaches accounting and auditing at the undergraduate level.

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Class Notes 1990s Elizabeth A. Gatto ’94 and her husband Hal live in Delray Beach, FL where she works for H&R Block as a Manager, Enrolled Agent with the IRS & Master Advisor. David Moskowitz ’97 and his wife Eugenia now live in Washingtonville, NY with their three children, Alex, Rachel and Zach.

2000s Salvatore C. Vitale ’01 has been promoted to the rank of Sergeant within the New York Police Department. Sal and his wife are happily expecting their third child this December.

Jessica Baeza ’05 and Michael Boiardi were married September 24 at St. Aloysius Church in Ridgewood, NY. A reception followed at Crest Hollow Country Club. In attendance were her bridesmaid Jennifer Travers ’06, Matthew Pepitone ‘06, Daniel Barvels ‘05, and Chair of the Communication Arts Department Dr. Lynne Jackson.

Robert Oliva ’04 is now engaged to Gabrielle Santino. The couple became engaged in July after a surprise proposal at the Promenade, only a few blocks away from the College, where Robert is Director of Special Events.

Christopher Manukian ’01 and Jennifer Graziano Manukian ’02 are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Hailey, born this past July.

Joanna Santino Lombardo ’04 and her husband Manny are happy to announce the birth of their son Santino Anthony, born this past August.

Luke Hena ’06 and Heather Loughrey ’08 celebrated their wedding this past June in Cape May, NJ. Heather currently works at the College as an International Students Coordinator.

Steven Mickens ’07 is the new chief professional officer at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County, in Gainesville, GA.

Weddings

Anthony Paratore ’04 recently wed Ornela Rehova ’04 this past August at Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral in Brooklyn, NY. The ceremony was followed by a reception at Giando on the Water. Nicholas Paratore ’09 served as best man. Also in the wedding party were Albana Zegullaj-Theka ’04 and David L. Peters ’03.

Jeannette A. Robertson ’00 and her husband Lionel are thrilled to announce the arrival of their daughter, Lila, who was born this past July. Jeannette and Lionel are also the proud parents of Riley Desmond.

Monica C. Mann ’06 and Botond Szalma ’08 celebrated their wedding this past June in Hungary. The couple resides in Utrecht, in the Netherlands.

Michael Healey ’00 is now engaged to Kathleen Colberg. The couple plans to wed in May.

Edward P. Long ’03 and Kathleen M. Early ’04 were recently married this past October. The couple resides in Brooklyn, NY.

Dorothy M. Suchowacki ’02 and her husband Brian Leary are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Gracie Marie, who has already brought much excitement to their lives as she arrived the same day as Hurricane Irene. The family resides in Manhattan, NY.

Athalie Alexander ’05 and her fiancée Kevin Arrington are happy to announce the birth of their daughter Kailee Reese, born this past May. Athalie is the Learning Resources and Disabilities Coordinator at St. Francis College.

Nicholas Keenan ’08 wed Daniela Schiavo ’08 this past August at St. Joseph - St. Thomas Church in Staten Island, NY. The wedding was followed by a reception at Atrium Country Club in West Orange, NJ.

Correction In the last issue of the Terrier we incorrectly listed Tara Flood ’07 as Rene Andino ’09, in a caption for the Athletics Alumni Reception. We would like to apologize to Miss Flood for the mix-up, and for any inconvenience it may have caused her.

Births Erez Shochat ’97 and his wife Rosalin, are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Colette Rebekah, born this past July, and baby sister to Michael Aaron and Elijah. Erez is a Professor of Mathematics at the College.

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Dance Team Alumnae: Tara Flood ’07, Kristine E. Brodmerkel ’08 and Samantha Stender ’08

Please send your class notes and photos to alumni@sfc.edu.


We Remember The following alumni and friends of St. Francis College recently passed away. We pray for the repose of their souls. Requiescant in Pacem.

Joseph P. Walker ’61 Mr. Joseph P. Walker ’61 touched the lives of thousands of St. Francis College students throughout the years with his generosity, mentorship and Franciscan spirit. Walker is a recipient of the Alumni Achievement Award, Franciscan Spirit Award and holds a spot in the College’s Red & Blue Athletic Hall of Fame. He began a long and successful career in business at Bank of New York, working at American National Bank of Chicago (Group Head, Vice President) and Southwestern General Corporation (President, COO) before becoming Chairman of the Board, President and CEO of CTS Corporation. Joseph Walker passed away in his home on Friday, September 23, 2011, at the age of 72.

Alumni Joycelyn Angus ’75 Frederick Bartone ’72 Stephen J. Broderick ’70 William J. Callaghan ’62 Richard C. Coccaro ’67 Joseph W. Cuddy ’72 Anthony J. D’Elia ’58 Richard Gilmartin ’55 Stanley J. Grant ’50 Robert C. Jaronczyk ’72 Lt. Col. Walter V. McIntyre USAF (Ret.) ’50

Friends of St. Francis College Joan A. Cann, wife of Eugene ’64 Angelica Phillips, Mother-in-law to Joseph Elhilow ’71

Mary J. Colon, Friend Teresa Cunningham, Aunt of Dennis ’74 & Cathy ’74 McDermott

Melvin B. Pynn

Elizabeth DeGiaimo, Mother of Vincent ’72

Concetta Ricciardo, Mother of Judy Ricciardo ’07

William Dory, Father of Matthew ’01

John Salogub, Brother of Michael ’72

Concetta Fontana, Grandmother of Michael Aiello ’08

William Shannon, Father-in-law to Donald Faughnan ’77

Donald P. Johnston, Uncle of Thomas J. Curtin, Jr. ’70 & Great Uncle of Margaret Mary Curtin-Roth ’07

Luke Smith, Father of Robert ’72 Alexander B. Timlin, Father of Patrick ’79

Rev. Louis J. P. Kennedy

Agnes Marie Whalen, Mother-in-law to John F. Tully ’67

Rose Josephine Logan, Mother of Patricia ’78

Bernard White, Sr., Father of Joseph ’86 and Bernard, Jr. ’79 Sylvia Zraick, Sister of Albert Doumar ’57

Gerard R. Spelman ’69

Elmira Long, Grandmother to Edward Long ’03, Michael Long ’86, Eileen Long-Chelales ’92

Patrick Joseph Tufano ’52

John James Maloney, Father of Daniel ’90

Joseph P. Walker ’61

Virginia McGee, Mother of John ’77

Adriana Weigel ’81

Joan McIntyre, Wife of Lt. Col. Walter V. McIntyre USAF (Ret.) ’50

John P. Molloy ’89 John J. Munnelly ’51 Kirk X. O’Hara ’50 Andrew W. Quigley ’86 Alfred J. Risicato ’76

Franciscan Brothers Bro. DeSales Pergola, O.S.F. ’54

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t is my great pleasure to share with you that U.S. News & World Report has once again selected St. Francis College as a Best Regional College in the North. In addition, U.S. News ranks SFC as the 4th most diverse Regional College in the North. This good news is seconded by Forbes.com, which for the fourth year in a row has named St. Francis College to its America’s Best Colleges Denis J. Salamone ’75 list. This is a ringing endorsement of the College’s mission and of SFC’s ability to transform lives through the gift of a Franciscan education. These stellar results bear witness to the generosity, faith and loyalty of our alumni and friends, whose generous support despite economic uncertainty helped to make this 2010-2011 fiscal year a tremendous one for SFC. We attracted a record number of applicants for our freshman class and now have over 2,500 full time students. On behalf of the College’s Board of Trustees, administration, faculty, staff and the students whom we serve, please accept our heartfelt thanks. And in 2011-2012 we believe that our U.S. News and Forbes.com rankings will advance even further because of your ongoing dedication to making a difference in the lives of young women and men.

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ur donor report offers us the opportunity to share the story of giving which is at the heart of St. Francis College. It also allows for the College to express our heartfelt gratitude. So many of the SFC supporters listed on the following pages are themselves graduates of the College and know firsthand the value of a St. Francis College education. Others are drawn Thomas F. Flood from the ranks of SFC faculty and administration, family members of graduates, current students and friends from the wider community the College serves. What we share is an abiding belief in the ability of St. Francis College to concretely change lives for the better and to enhance the life of the community in Brooklyn Heights, Greater New York and beyond. Our 150 year story is centered on our mission of providing an affordable values-based education to young men and women who will grow and flourish in our Franciscan environment. Each year a new chapter in the life of the College begins as our graduates go forth to make their mark in the world and a new freshman class enters our doors. It is your support, your sacrifices that underwrite each new chapter, that transform lives year after year. Please help the living book that is SFC continue to help dreams be realized.

F U N D R A I S I N G R E S U LT S F Y 2 0 1 0 – 2 0 1 1 : $ 3 , 5 9 6 , 0 8 0 SOURCES OF FUNDING

SFC TOP 10

61% 31% 8%

CLASS DOLLARS

CLASS YEAR

1970 $ 3 5 4 ,12 9

1951 5 5 %

1967 $ 2 5 7, 9 5 6

196 3 5 2 %

1965 $ 214 , 07 8

1952 51%

1981 $15 8 , 610

19 45 5 0 %

1972 $141, 0 0 8

195 4 5 0 %

C  O R P O R AT I O N S &

1975 $137, 3 8 4

19 41 5 0 %

F O U N D AT I O N S

1962 $13 2 , 0 3 2

1957 4 0 %

196 8 $12 8 ,7 8 2

195 8 4 0 %

196 4 $ 9 9, 2 9 3

193 8 4 0 %

1969 $ 9 3 ,76 6

195 0 3 8 %

ALUMNI

FRIENDS

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Honor Roll of Donors The following pages list alumni, friends, faculty, parents, grandparents, staff, and corporate and foundation donors in fiscal year 2010 –2011. The generous gifts listed throughout the report represent support to all areas of St. Francis College, including the Annual Fund for scholarships, library and athletics. LEADERSHIP GIFTS PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

While gifts of all sizes are gratefully received and carefully expended, St. Francis College extends a special thank you to donors listed below for their leadership gifts and for helping to secure leadership donations of $5,000 and more.

B.J. Duffy

Mary A. Ledermann

John A. ’73 and Mary Ann Rowinski ’74

Brendan J. ’68 BT and Barbara A. Dugan

Walter R. Leong ’81

William J. ’65 and Marguerite Ryan

William J. ’75 and Geraldine Lovejoy

Denis J. ’75 BT and Joanne Salamone

Patrick J. ’01 and Christina Dugan

Allan Lowenkron

Samuel A. Ramirez Co., Inc.

Educational Housing Services, Inc.

Edward M. Ricci and Mary E. Lupo

Richard ’64 and Jane Silverman

David L. and Cindy Eigen

Lorraine Lynch ’91

Brother Robert Smith, O.S.F. BT

Empire Office Equipment

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

David D. ’64 and Ann Smith David P. and Catherine Steinmann

ExxonMobil Foundation

Sovereign Bank

Emmet J. ’52 and Carroll Agoglia

Patrick J. ’71 and Diana M. Fallon

Anthony E. ’69 and Rosemarie Amodeo

Farrell Fritz, PC

Lawrence A. ’72 BT and Karen Marsiello

Astoria Federal Savings

Fast Track Construction

Joseph J. ’69 and Mary Martingale

Robert J. ’61 and Mary Ball

Al and Virginia Ferrara

Bank of America

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

Victor J. Masi, D.O. ’89 BT and Teresa Stuto-Masi ’91

Bank New York Mellon Michael J. Beaury ’80

Joseph M., Esq. and Mary Ann Mattone

TD Bank

Fillmore Commercial Real Estate Alan H. and Judith R. Fishman

Brother William A. Boslet, O.S.F. ’70 BT

Thomas B. McManus ’70

Thomas F. and Eileen Flood

Alfred F. Thoben, C.P.A. ’70 and Inez D’Arcangelo

James F. Bozart ’86 and Donald B. Winston

Charles and Mary McQuade

Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn

Richard W. ’70 and Joyce Merzbacher

Top Rank, Inc.

Estate of J. Vincent Gallagher

Peter J. Michel ’63

Anthony S. Tortorelli ’80

Robert F. and Margaret P. Gartland

Edward D. and Carol A. Miller

Carlo and Flora L. Tramontozzi

General Atlantic

John P. Monaghan ’57

Edward ’70 and Patricia Travaglianti

Michael J. ’62 and Cynthia Gibbons

Brown Brothers Harriman Joseph T. ’68 and Karyn Browne Adele V. Burns

Philip and Evelyn Stenger Peter and Caroline Striano Structure Tone Teitler & Teitler LLP

Montoya Rodriguez, P.C.

John F., Esq. ’67 BT and Maureen Tully

Candid Litho Printing Ltd.

Angelo A. Giordano ’70 and Dr. Joann De Leonibus

Capital One N.A.

Michael J. ’69 and Donna Hollon Moriarty

William P. ’72 and Maureen Tully

Edmund J. Greco ’79

Robert W. Carey, D.D.S. ’38

John J., Esq. ’51 and Theresa Munnelly

George A. ’67 and Melanie Vecchione

Catherine Greene

Susan Altamore Carusi and Bruce J. Carusi

National Grid

Thomas J. BT and Anita Volpe

Edward J. ’69 and Patricia Groarke

National Italian American Foundation, Inc.

Stephen Waldorf Joseph P. ’61 ✚ and Clare Walker

HBO

New York Marriott Marquis Times Square

Sean Heaphy

John E. ’67 and Mary O’Connor Michael O’Keeffe

Clearwater Enterprises, Inc.

Michael A. ’61 and Catherine J. Henning

Rev. Thomas J. Colgan, PE ’45

Roger and Susan Hertog

Park Strategies, LLC

Con Edison

Alber and Laura Hot ’84

William G. ’67 and Diane P. Parrett

Thomas A. Conniff, Esq.

Hudson City Savings Bank

Louis G. ’79 and Kathleen Pastina

Joseph P. ’63 and Joan Coppotelli

Salvatore ’75 and Barbara Iannuzzi ’75

Penske Automotive Group, Inc.

Cullen & Dykman, LLP

ISS Facility Services

CHARTER SOCIET Y

Cumberland Packing Corp.

J.N. Savasta Corp.

Vincent F., Esq. ’72 and Antoinette Pitta

Kenneth D. ’88 and Laurie Daly

JMS Foundation

Printcraft Graphics

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

The Honorable Alfonse M. D’Amato

John Henry’s HVAC

Kathleen and Walter A. Probst

Dan Kerning

JP Morgan Chase

Prudential Insurance

Vincent A. ’65 and Marie D’Angelo

Steven Quadrino

D’Arcangelo Co., LLP

Gerard C. ’68 BT and Mary Jane Keegan

Vincent ’72 BT and Denise DeGiaimo

Thomas J., Esq. ’69 and Eileen Killeen

Bruce Ratner

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

Kimmel Foundation

Ridgewood Foundation

$ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9

Joseph V. ’70 and Marie Christine DiMauro

James I. Konkel, C.P.A. ’57

May Ellen Gerald Ritter Foundation

RED & BLUE CLUB

Barbara G. ’76 BT and Robert Koster

The River Café

James F., Ph.D. ’66 and Patricia Dougherty

Matthew J. ’73 and Mary E. Krsulich

Vincent and Susan V. ✚ Rohan

Thomas J. Lawler

Roman Catholic Diocese Brooklyn

Peter J. Callahan ’63

Robert and Joan Catell Daniel J. ’64 and Carol F. Cavanagh Clark Dodge Company James F. Clarke

John M. Downing ’59

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

Thomas Hauser David E. Haverty ’81

✚ = DECEASED

Vanguard Charitable Endowment

Waldorf Associates Thomas F. ’62 and Rita-May Ward Leighton Waters Catherine Wrensen

Barbara O’Sullivan

John B. ’63 and Eileen Zurell

GIVING LEVELS FOUNDERS CIRCLE

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above $ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9 $10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

$ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CLUB

$ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9

Samuel A. ’65 and Diane M. Ramirez

REMSEN STREET CLUB

$1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9 ASSISI SOCIET Y

$10 0 to $ 249 FRANCISCANS

Gifts to $ 9 9

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PRESIDENT’S CLUB

St. Francis College extends a special thank you to donors below for their gifts and for helping to secure donations of $2,500 to $4,999.

Lawrence L. D’Amato

Michael and Paula Rantz

Margaret Einhorn and Michael Lasky, Esq.

Dr. Dominick P. ’64 and Rosemary DePaola

William K. Lavin

The Lawrence I. and Blanche H. Rhodes Memorial Fund

Tommy Leong

Ridgewood Savings Bank

Lou A. DiBella

James D. and Denise Macchiarola

Yvonne Riley-Tepie

Thomas E. and Patricia L. Alberto

John J. Dietl ’58

Joseph A. ’67 and Mary L. Malvasio

Ron Robbins

Alive In Hope Foundation

Albert G. Doumar ’57

J. Christopher ’83 BT and Carol Mangan

Daniel Rodriguez

Ayco Charitable Foundation

Marjorie Driscoll ’80

Robert C. and Ann Mangone

Cosmo Saginario

Charlie Barrett

Fine Finish, Inc.

David J. Manning

BDO Seidman, LLP

First National Bank New York

John M. ’51 and Mary McCarthy

Josephine F. ’87 and Richard Savastano

Frank Califano, Jr.

FJC Security Services, Inc.

Thomas J. ’62 and Carol McCormack

Gary J. Schneider ’64

Rev. Michael A. Carrano ’66

Carolyn Fostel

Robert C. ’66 and Pam Sloane

Andrew A. Castagliola ’50

Frank P. ’78 and Teresa Frattini

Ronald H. ’80 and June A. McGrisken ’76

Anne Castagliola

Frederick D. ’64 and Catherine Furman

Smith & Laquercia, LLP

Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens

Futures In Education Foundation, Inc.

Bernard P., C.P.A. ’61 and Jane G. Morgan Thomas P. ’63 and Marion Napier

Joseph Stuto, D.P.M.

Raymond P. Nash ’63

Thyssenkrupp Elevator

New York Community Trust

Paul Tonna

New York Stock Exchange

Dr. Charles R. Traina ’72

Helen O’Connor

Turner Construction

Martin P. ’61 and Catherine O’Donnell Phyllis C. O’Neill ’81

Charles F., Jr. ’68 and Maureen M. Vadala

Rocco and Danielle Papandrea

George ’87 and Elizabeth Vogel

Pfizer

Laura B. Vogler Foundation, Inc.

Pitta, Bishop, Del Giorno Giblin, LLC

John and Stephanie Whittier

Peter T. ’70 and Janice Chingos Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York, Inc. Timothy J. ’78 and Celeste Cole Edward N. ’68 BT and Jo Constantino Estate of Virginia Cooke James E. Corrigan, Ph.D. ’60 John D. and Eileen M. Cosgrove Orville W. Dale BT John P. Daley ’67

Joseph F. BT and Marcia D’Angelo

William J. Hackett George Henry Patrick Hillman Hillman Partners Ltd. William J. Hogan IBM Harvey and Gloria Kaylie Raymond F. ’76 and Marianne Keenan KPMG Foundation Maria F. Laezza-Moggioli Thomas M. Laquercia, Esq. ’66

John P. ’64 and Janice Smircich Tomasz Stachowiak

Vincent J. ’60 and Janice Polito Praxis Public Relations, Inc.

S T. C L A R E S O C I E T Y

The St. Clare Society honors those visionary alumni and friends of St. Francis College who have provided for the future of the College through bequests or planned gifts including charitable trusts, retirement plan benefits, or life insurance. The following members of the Society are recognized for their generosity and foresight:

Rev. Michael A. Carrano ’66

Charles P. Kowalski ’72

Ernest J. ’59 and Mary Restivo

Virginia E. Cooke ✚

James P. Lawler ’71

Terese M. Rouge ’71 and Patrick Dolan

James E. Corrigan, Ph.D. ’60

Charlotte T. Lowitt ✚

Denis J. ’75 BT and Joanne Salamone

John J. Dietl ’58

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Peter Schleipmann ’86

Joseph Ph.D. ’61 ✚ and Mary Joan Egan Ph.D.

Joseph P. ’79 and Patricia Malewich

John F. ’66 and Diane Tiernan

Dr. Frances P. Mandina ✚

Nicholas L. ’68 and Susan Trivisonno

Jack L. ’73 and Beverly Fellin

Lawrence A. ’72 BT and Karen Marsiello

Paul Urso, Ph.D ’50 ✚

Bernard A .✚ and Virginia C. Femminella ✚

John J. ’65 and Maria G. McCabe

Dr. Philip C. ’50 and Joan Valenti

Anonymous

Rev. James McConnell ’50

Fredrick D. ’64 and Catherine Furman

Marilyn A. Verna, Ed.D.

George C. ’59 and Betty Bergleitner

J. Vincent Gallagher ’41 ✚

Lt. Col. Walter V. McIntyre USAF (Ret.) ’50 ✚

Anthony ’54 and Kathleen Bertuglia

John M. Downing ’59

Philip R. Harris, Ph.D. ’48 and Janet Belport

Peter J. Michel ’63

James A. Gibson, Ph.D. ’63 ✚ and Patricia Brozinsky, Ph.D.

David E. Haverty ’81

William C. O’Connell ’87

Richard C. ’70 and Frances Jewell

Daniel ’40 ✚ and Adele Burns

Rev. William D. O’Rourke ’51

John J. Jordan ’59

Edward T. ’68 and Susan Reilly

Madelyn O. Biggs

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Robert W. ’63 and Patricia M. Sheehan

Thomas J. BT and Anita Volpe Dr. Francis E. ’65 and Patricia M. Wakely

Johanna M. O’Boyle ✚

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED


FRANCISCANS

CLASS YEAR GIVING

1938 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 5,125 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 4 0 % PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Robert W. Carey, D.D.S. ’38 ASSISI SOCIET Y

Dr. Zachary ’38 and Judith G. Ephraim

1940 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 5 0 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 25 %

Edward J. ’48 and Helen Ritter Anthony Scotto ’48

1949

1951

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Arthur ’55 and Theresa Maddaloni

Vincent C. Bracco ’52

Robert A. ’55 and Margaret Miniter

D O L L A RS R A ISED $18 , 3 4 2 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 55 %

Thomas J. ’52 and Alice Casey

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Joseph A., Ed.D. ’52 and Joan De Oliveira

D O L L A RS R A ISED $1,695 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 4 0 %

John J., Esq. ’51 and Theresa Munnelly

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Alexander J. ’49 and Stella Vogeley

John M. ’51 and Mary McCarthy

RED AND BLUE CLUB

REMSEN STREET CLUB

James R. ’49 and Delores Brannigan

Roy F. Bonner ’51

Dr. Hugh T. ’49 and Alice McGowan

John A. ’51 and Margaret M. Costa ’78

Raymond McKaba ’49 ASSISI SOCIET Y

Dr. Alfonse Acciani ’49

Roy L. Reardon, Esq. ’51 and Patricia Hynes, Esq.

Martin D. ’52 and Dawn Conway

Robert F. ’52 and Judith Lee Thomas J., Ph.D. ’52 and Mary C. Quigley George H. ’52 and Edith Rouillard Michael S. ’52 and Eleanor Sciglibaglio

FRANCISCANS

James F. Foster ’55

1956 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 3, 275 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 25 % REMSEN STREET CLUB

John F. ’56 and Patricia Roache B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Patrick A. ’52 and Eleanor Tolve

Dr. Thomas J. ’56 and Ann Wallace

FRANCISCANS

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Carmelo ’52 and Anna Colombo

Joseph P. Kramer ’56

Msgr. Michael J. Dempsey ’52

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Gilbert D. Gingold ’49

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Anthony ’52 and Florence Iacona

William R. ’56 and Rose Mary Travers

Francis P. Roland ’40

Dr. Joseph ’51 and Anita Frey

FRANCISCANS

Frederick J. ’51 and Marilyn C. Herrmann

John L. ’52 and Roberta Robusto

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Francis X. ’51 and Margaret V. McCormack

Patrick Tufano ’52

1941

Anthony J. ’49 and Lillian Agoglia

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 2 ,0 0 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 5 0 %

John E. ’49 and Georgine Hennessy

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Thomas C. ’49 and Marion Reed

J. Vincent Gallagher ’41 ✚

William ’49 and Jean Tursellino

1942

1950

Anthony J. ’51 and Louise Mercogliano

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 675 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 36 %

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 9,59 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 3 8 %

Dr. Simeon ’51 and Frances Ryan

RED AND BLUE CLUB

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

John J. ’51 and Margaret T. Scibelli

Anthony P. Braginetz ’42 Dr. John J. O’Neill ’42 ASSISI SOCIET Y

Dr. James F. ’42 and Margaret Farrell FRANCISCANS

Alphonse Popolato ’42

Vincent Buccigrossi ’49 Dr. Frank J. Kerins ’49

Andrew A. Castagliola ’50

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Joseph E. ’51 and Marilynn Castana Anthony ’51 and Margaret Caulfield

Ludwig V. ’51 and Anna M. Sabatino

ASSISI SOCIET Y

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Joseph L. ’51 and Mary Aiello

Charles V., C.L.U., C.H.F.C. ’50 and Viola Gibilaro

Edward J. Burden ’51

Col. Walter McIntyre, USAF ’50 ✚ John W. Olsen ’50

Thomas R. ’51 and Connie Crowe Alexander J. ’51 and Catherine T. Crudo

1943

James J. ’50 and Anita Collins

Francis H. ’51 and Margaret M. Dowd

Rev. James J. McConnell ’50

Paul H. ’51 and Barbara Ducharme

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 45 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 25 %

William R. ’50 and Veronica Schroeder

Rev. William Gill ’51

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Vincent M. ’50 and Lydia Sclafani

John F. ’51 and Patricia McCormack

Dr. David ’43 and Agnes Ballantine ASSISI SOCIET Y

Salvatore Graziadei ’43 ✚ Dr. Xavier J. ’43 and Betty Musacchia

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Robert S. ’51 and Joan Hathaway Raymond J. ’51 and Grace McGorry

William P. Shanahan ’50

Dr. Thomas P. ’51 and Emily McHugh

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Ernest J. ’51 and Elva M. Orlandini

Rocco A. ’50 and Zdenka Agoglia Martin ’50 and Sara Fazio

Dr. John A. ’51 and Joan Pankavich John P. ’51 and Lucretia Rowley

Robert ’52 and Jane Tinti

1953 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 3, 4 0 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 32 %

Frank J. ’53 and Theodora Silvestri RED AND BLUE CLUB

Col. Robert M. ’53 and Patricia Keith ASSISI SOCIET Y

James I. Konkel, C.P.A. ’57

FRANCISCANS

Robert W. ’53 and Eleanor Chambers Msgr. William J. Flood ’53

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Donald L. ’57 and Marcella Raymond

Robert C. ’54 and Maureen Minion

John R. ’51 and Ursula Corbett

Joseph A. Lategano ’54

George ’51 and Mary J. Doemling

Thomas D. ’54 and Eleanor Lynch

Walter C. Hall ’51

John J. ’54 and Lois J. McDonald

John J. ’51 and Patricia McGrath

Dr. Daniel J. ’54 and Lynda Paulo

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Joseph P. ’50 and Norma T. O’Donnell

Thomas ’51 and Catherine Small

Blair ’46 and Dorothea A. Allen

Angelo M. ’50 and Dorothy Patrissi

FRANCISCANS

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Thomas A. Fitzpatrick ’50

Emmet J. ’52 and Carroll Agoglia

Matthew A. ’47 and Edna Shannon

Peter Hlinka ’50

1948

Edward C. ’50 and Rosemarie Kennedy

D O L L A RS R A ISED $155 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 15 %

Raymond, Esq. ’50 and Sophie Kilanowski

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Leonard ’48 and Anne Rose

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Roger J. ’52 and Jane Daly Dr. Ralph L. ’52 and Teresa Gentile RED AND BLUE CLUB

Michael J. ’50 and Mary Mulroy

Eugene M. ’52 and Maureen Lyons

Francis V. ’50 and Doris Reilly

Most Rev. Emil A. Wcela ’52

Francis J. ’50 and Irene Sortino

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Vincent A. ’57 and Paulette Toscano

The Honorable John R. ’50 and Ann O’Connor

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Albert G. Doumar ’57

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 4, 20 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 5 0 %

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Dr. Anthony B. Correoso ’50

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

John F. ’57 and Barbara Goydas

William F. ’51 and Dolores Casey

D O L L A RS R A ISED $11,010 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 51%

John P. Monaghan ’57

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Dr. Michael J. ’50 and Roseanne Monaco

Thomas F. ’50 and Josephine Cacciola

1957 PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Robert J. ’50 and Mary E. Lanigan

D O L L A RS R A ISED $10 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 14 %

Donald A. ’56 and Elizabeth Trizzino

Thomas J. ’53 and Joan Pellegrino

William J. ’51 and Maxine Brooks

FRANCISCANS

John C. ’56 and Rosalie Devir

Robert M. ’53 and Jeanne Nevin

John A. Bertone ’51

1947

FRANCISCANS

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 31,795 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 4 0 %

Eugene F. ’50 and Suzanne Kelly

1952

Jerome R. ’56 and Lois H. Swietnicki

Joseph A. Gannon, Ph.D. ’53 and Helena Lacey-Gannon

George D. Balduzy ’51

D O L L A RS R A ISED $10 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 10 0 %

Joseph ’56 and Joan Ferris Eugene T. ’56 and Lorraine Moran

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

George Hearn ’50

1946

Raymond G. ’56 and Rosaria Dawid Harold F. ’56 and Loretta McLeer

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 5,10 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 5 0 %

Rev. Thomas J. Colgan, PE ’45

Leo P. Callahan ’56

Joseph C. ’53 and Barbara Wengler

Daniel J. ’50 and Elizabeth A. Golden

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Neil F., Jr. ’56 and Eileen Brogan

REMSEN STREET CLUB

1945

FRANCISCANS

Michael P. ’56 and Rosemary V. Asselta

Rev. Joseph Pfeiffer ’54 RED AND BLUE CLUB

Gerard E. ’54 and Ann M. Lenze John R. ’54 and Theresa Lenze

Thomas E., Jr. ’57 and Mary Powers

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Joseph H. ’57 and Jane E. Lynch Frank V. ’57 and Domenica Miniaci John S. ’57 and Mary Ann Quirke

GIVING LEVELS FOUNDERS CIRCLE

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above CHARTER SOCIET Y

$ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9

Anthony ’54 and Kathleen Bertuglia

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Gerald W. ’54 and Dorothy McMurrer

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

1955

$10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9 $ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CLUB

$ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9

D O L L A RS R A ISED $1, 375 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 25 %

REMSEN STREET CLUB

RED AND BLUE CLUB

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Joseph W. ’55 and Eileen Goodey John J., J.D. ’55 and Theresa Hearn Richard T. ’55 and Barbara Nolan

$1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9 $ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9 RED & BLUE CLUB

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9 ASSISI SOCIET Y

ASSISI SOCIET Y

$10 0 to $ 249

Gerard J., U.S.M.C. (Ret.) ’55 and Alice Baxter

FRANCISCANS

Gifts to $ 9 9

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Robert F. ’57 and Virginia Thompson ASSISI SOCIET Y

Dr. Anthony D. ’57 and Geraldine Abbate Michael J. McPartland ’57 Ralph A. ’57 and Mildred Pascucci William ’57 and Louise K. Proefriedt Dr. John J. ’57 and Theresa A. Rush Stephen J. ’57 and Lorraine Travers FRANCISCANS

1959 D O L L A RS R A ISED $12 , 8 36 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 36 % PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

John M. Downing ’59 REMSEN STREET CLUB

John J. Jordan ’59 Mark W. Mooney ’59 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Ralph ’59 and Sheila Cloppse

Michael ’60 and Jacquelyn Gray

FRANCISCANS

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Donald M. ’60 and Cathy Kelleher

Brendan J. ’61 and Maeve Casey

Thomas P. ’63 and Marion Napier

Sister Paul M. Ducharme, C.S.J. ’61

Raymond P. Nash ’63

Hugh E. ’61 and Geraldine A. Gallagher

REMSEN STREET CLUB

FRANCISCANS

Sister Mary K. Lane, C.S.J. ’60 James D. Leonard ’60 Patrick J. ’60 and Eleanor Russo Frederick E. ’60 and Jacqueline Schneider

1961

John J. ’59 and Ann Curley

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 49, 28 5 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 30 %

Rev. Kieran Fergus, O.P. ’57

RED AND BLUE CLUB

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Joseph M. ’57 and Marieanne Keane

George C., Jr. ’59 and Betty Bergleitner

Michael A. ’61 and Catherine J. Henning

John C. ’57 and Virginia K. Lawn

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Thomas H. ’57 and Ellen Maher

James V. ’59 and Suzanne T. Chatfield

Timothy D. ’57 and Carol Mahoney

Timothy P. ’59 and Jane Davey

Joseph P. ’61 ✚ and Clare Walker

John G. Melito ’57

Paul ’59 and Marie A. Gale

Edward C. O’Brien ’57

Edward J. ’59 and Gabrielle McDonough

Ronald F. ’57 and Katherine Cunningham

1958 D O L L A RS R A ISED $13,6 8 3 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 4 0 %

Sister Kathleen Kane ’61 John F. ’61 and Dianne Longo Harold J. ’61 and Heidi H. Martin

Cornelius M. ’61 and Shirley Rose

Kenneth L. ’63 and Eunice Vellon

1962

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

D O L L A RS R A ISED $132 ,0 32 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 2 3 %

Martin T. McNeill ’63 ✚

Robert J. ’61 and Mary Ball

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Michael J. ’62 and Cynthia Gibbons

Bernard P., C.P.A. ’61 and Jane G. Morgan

Thomas F. ’62 and Rita-May Ward PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Edward J. ’59 and Joan Mullaney

Martin P. ’61 and Catherine O’Donnell

ASSISI SOCIET Y

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Thomas J. ’62 and Carol McCormack

John J. Dietl ’58

Philip A. Buttling ’59

Timothy J. ’61 and Carol Courtney

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Charles J. ’59 and Mary Cain

Thomas ’61 and Rosalind Hassett

Joseph A., Jr. ’58 and Ann Nunziata

Francis ’59 and Helen B. Cassidy

William J. McCormick ’61

Dr. Albert A. ’58 and Barbara Pineda

Ronald P. ’59 and Brenda Fiske

Dominic J. ’61 and Mary Molignano

John J. Lane ’59

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Ernest J. ’59 and Mary Restivo

Richard J. ’61 and Barbara J. Thornton

James, Sr. ’59 and Kathleen M. Rogan

John R., C.P.A. ’61 and Mary Wagnes

Joseph P. ’62 and Jane Toto

Lawrence T. ’59 and Catherine Sweeney

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

William T. ’62 and Lois Barnewold

Richard A. ’61 and Elizabeth Dreyer

Michael E. ’62 and Mary Browne

FRANCISCANS

Thomas J. Mason, Esq. ’61

Donald J. ’62 and Jane Esters

Sister Mary Bradley, C.S.J. ’59

Thomas F. ’61 and Mary McCarty

John J. Gallagher ’62

Rev. Anthony V. Dell’Anno ’59

James S. ’61 and Kathryn M. O’Kelly

Raymond ’62 and Marie Grossman

Edward Fitzpatrick ’59

Alan J. Reardon ’61

Michael V. ’62 and Theresa Nastri

Dr. Frank N. D’Ambra ’58 William D. ’58 and Jean Feimer William G. ’58 and Grace Hudson William F. ’58 and Eileen Morgan Joseph M. ’58 and Kathryn Morino Herbert V. ’58 and Mary Ryan RED AND BLUE CLUB

Jonathan F. ’58 and Margaret Greene Peter J. ’58 and Catherine Purpura

F. Peter ’59 and Valerie Foti Dr. Francis T. Lang ’59

Thomas J. ’62 and Adrienne Keller Edward D. ’62 and Anne O’Brien

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Thomas J. ’62 and Donna O’Mara Conrad W. Reitz, Jr. ’62

Eugene J. Feldhaus ’63 James J. ’63 and Nancy Jones John R. ’63 and Mary Mathis Charles L. ’63 and Alice Novak William E. ’63 and Sara Spencer ASSISI SOCIET Y

Brother Alfred Bonanza, O.S.F. ’63 John W. Boyle ’63 Daniel E. ’63 and Kathleen Bryan Dr. Joseph F. Carabetta ’63 Frank ’63 and Ednamae Dambeck Anthony J. ’63 and Kathleen Deacy William L. ’63 and Beverly Dempsey Joseph C. ’63 and Della Dettling Anthony J. ’63 and Leslie Embriano Charles H. ’63 and Dorianne Harris William J. ’63 and Anne M. Higgins Gerard R. ’63 and June Kelly Francis A. ’63 and Lillian Loughlin Brendan T. ’63 and Mary Mahon James J. ’63 and Elaine McCormack

David C. ’63 and Nancy Moriarty

James P. ’62 and Eleanor Hudson

Brother Roman Morris, O.S.F. ’63

Vincent J. ’61 and J. Susan Emilio

Harold F. Kelly, Jr. ’62

Anthony J. ’63 and Dorothy Pagano

Francis J. Fallon ’61

John P. ’62 and Linda C. Meudt

Martin A. Pasquale ’63

1960

Francis J. ’61 and Shiela Ferguson

James M. ’62 and Mary Murray

James J. Raftery ’63

John P. ’61 and Joan Hamilton

D O L L A RS R A ISED $11, 24 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 30 %

Brother Jeremy Sztabnik, O.S.F. ’63

Michael K. ’61 and Helyn Jewell

James M., Ph.D. ’62 and Margaret O’Kane

Edward J. ’61 and Renate Kast

John M. ’62 and Mary Prenderville

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Anthony N. ’63 and Marylyn Vetrano

John F. ’61 and Veronica Maguire

Dr. Gustave P. Raspitha ’62 ✚

William F. Marmion ’61

FRANCISCANS

Andre Zmurek ’63 and Dr. Barbara Barlow

Dr. Daniel C. ’61 and Carol Noonan

James N. Cameron, Esq. ’62

FRANCISCANS

Neil J. O’Carroll ’61

John F. Connelly ’62

Michael ’63 and Helen J. Brongo

Francis M. ’61 and Mary Scahill

John A. ’62 and Judy Ferguson

Bruce A. ’63 and Raffaela Buckheit

Brother Robert Schaefer, O.S.F. ’61

Lester L. ’62 and Gloria Grimmell

Anthony J. ’63 and Phyllis E. Bulla

Thomas F. ’59 and Madeline Tierney

Xavier Castelli ’58

Sister Mary Tropeano, C.S.J. ’59

James E. Corrigan, Ph.D. ’60

John B. ’58 and Julie A. McCarthy

Vincent J. ’60 and Janice Polito

Francis J. ’58 and Marion McCluskey

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Thomas F. ’58 and Dorothy O’Sullivan

James E. ’62 and Kathleen Dwane

Vincent ’63 and Carol DeClementi

Thomas P. ’62 and Louise Gilhooley

Connell J. ’58 and Claire Boyle

Charles A. ’58 and Marie Ludlow

Robert F. Bienemann, Sr. ’61

Dr. Angel R., Jr. ’62 and Patricia Colon

John M. ’63 and Maureen Dalton

Dr. John C. ’61 and Milena M. D’Avirro

Peter J. ’59 and Delores Owens

James G. Keller ’58

RED AND BLUE CLUB

REMSEN STREET CLUB

William P. ’63 and Elizabeth Casey

Hugh J., Sr. ’63 and June McMenamin

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Robert E. ’58 and Adrienne Duane

Arthur E. ’61 and Eleanor Beyer

RED AND BLUE CLUB

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Sister Jacqueline McDermott, C.S.J. ’59

Dr. Paul ’58 and Kathleen Dolan

Patrick W. Sullivan ’63

Thomas E. Curley, Ph.D. ’61

Joseph F. ’58 and Caroline Wahl

Anthony J. D’Elia ’58 ✚ and Ann Delia

William P. ’63 and Judy Kinane

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

John F. ’59 and Annette Astarita

Gerald A. ’58 and Linda Curtin

Thomas T. ’63 and Penelope Meyer Lt. Col. Robert W., U.S.M.C. (Ret.) ’63 and Patricia M. Sheehan, R.N.

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Martin P. McNally ’63

Donald W. ’61 and Kathleen O’Donnell

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Joseph P. ’59 and Claire McQueeney

Richard E. ’63 and Mary Cashin

Edward P. ’60 and Carmen Aquilone John V. ’60 and Anne Brull

John P. ’63 and Margaret Toner

John J. ’58 and Cecilia Reilly

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

John H. Scott ’61

James T. ’62 and Anne Heverin

Anthony J. ’63 and Phyllis Cali

Bernard J. ’58 and Patricia Welsh

Charles V. ’60 and Eileen Austin

William J. Weber ’61

Harry A. ’62 and Alfia Kranepool

Joseph ’63 and Mary A. Casalino

William A. ’58 and Anne Whelan

Joseph E. ’60 and Rosemarie McLaughlin

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Donald J., M.S.W. ’62 and Patricia Young

John P. ’63 and Joan Clifford

John C. ’58 and Barbara Gordon

RED AND BLUE CLUB

George C. Davey ’61

James T. ’58 and Margaret Griffin

Donald B. ’60 and Arlene Grennon

Robert C. ’61 and Charlotte Hackett

David A. ’58 and Mary E. Mathis

Robert C., Esq. ’60 and Patricia Mitchell

FRANCISCANS

Joseph S. ’58 and Kathleen Randazzo

John A. Pellegrino ’60

Benedict A. ’61 and Lois Carrozza

Francis P. ’61 and Joyce Kehoe Robert ’61 and Cecilia Lambiase Rev. John McCormick ’61

1963

John T. ’63 and Margaret A. Cronin ’81

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

George P. DeGeorge ’63

Peter J. Schweitzer ’60

Peter N. ’58 and Virginia Smith ’91

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Lawrence F. Travaglia ’61

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Lawrence Sullivan ’58

John J. ’60 and Dorothy Finan

Dr. James E. Vincent ’61

Peter J. Callahan ’63

John M. ’60 and Carol Fitzgerald

William J., Jr. ’61 and Jane S. Walsh

Peter J. Michel ’63

Gerard H. ’60 and Charline Gannon

Michael A. Zufolo ’61

John B. ’63 and Eileen Zurell

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Joseph M. ’63 and Ellen Cortese

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 4 6, 4 45 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 52 %

John P. ’58 and Susan Sheehy

William K. ’61 and Mary A. Storey

Vincent J. ’63 and Jacqueline R. Conlon

Joseph P. ’63 and Joan Coppotelli

Edward J., Jr. ’63 and Maureen Dougherty Thomas J. ’63 and Kathleen Hamm James G. Mannix ’63 John M. ’63 and Nancy A. Mundy

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED


William C. ’63 and Maria M. Sabo

Michael C. Healy ’64 and Katherine Griffith

Thomas A. Simonetti ’67

FRANCISCANS

FRANCISCANS

Dr. Richard ’65 and Monica Bonnabeau

Anthony C. ’66 and Evelyn Alaimo

Walter G. Eggmann ’65

James A. ’66 and Helen J. Geib

Robert M. ’64 and Helen K. Suzansky

Thomas M. ’65 and Georgia Fasano

Jerome J. ’66 and Carol U. Guerrin

Edward T. ’65 and Bonnie Joyce

Eugene L. Swann ’64

Joseph A. Lavezzo ’65

Gerard W. ’66 and Madonna Halloran

Douglas G. ’64 and Patricia Thomson

Thomas A. ’65 and Margaret Loughrey

William W. ’66 and Susan T. Koscinski

Patrick F. Walsh ’64

James J. ’65 and Francine Maloney

Anthony J. LaBello ’66

1965

Blaise ’65 and Ruth Marchese

Daniel J. ’66 and A. M. Lane

Patricia K. McGowran ’67

John P. ’65 and Margaret McCadden

William J. ’67 and Mary Ratzsch

Bernard F. ’65 and Dianne Mundy

Patrick ’67 and Sheila Rooney

Richard ’64 and Jane Silverman

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 214,078 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 31%

Edward J. ’66 and Judith McLaughlin

John H. ’65 and Eileen Peters

William I. ’66 and Carolyn Meehan

John P. ’67 and Jane H. Russell

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Raymond F. Schmitt ’67

Daniel J. ’64 and Carol F. Cavanagh

William J. ’65 and Marguerite Ryan

Bruce A. ’65 and Concetta Pizzimenti

Sister Mary I. O’Donnell ’66

Michael P. ’63 and Rose Savino Santo ’63 and Carol Tantillo James M. Tharrington ’63 Joseph R. ’63 and Carol Torpey

1964 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 9 9, 2 93 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 27 % FOUNDERS CIRCLE

David D. ’64 and Ann Smith PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Raymond C. ’64 and Nancy Makofske

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Dr. Dominick P. ’64 and Rosemary DePaola

Samuel A. ’65 and Diane M. Ramirez

Frederick D. ’64 and Catherine Furman

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Joseph G. ’65 and Barbaralee Purcell

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 257,957 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 20 %

Charles ’65 and Anne Vermaelen

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Dr. Francis E. ’65 and Patricia M. Wakely

John P. ’64 and Janice Smircich

REMSEN STREET CLUB

John F. ’65 and Josephine Witkowski

REMSEN STREET CLUB

James J., Ph.D. ’65 and Mary L. O’Connell

Bernard J. ’64 and Eileen Casserly John F. ’64 and Anne Coffey Edward J. ’64 and Kathleen Hart Charles L. ’64 and Barbara Measter B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Walter J. ’64 and Patricia Cook E. J. ’64 and Frances Greiner James F. ’64 and Eileen D. O’Dea Joseph M. ’64 and Maureen E. Vislocky Dr. Stephen Wilantewicz ’64

James M. ’67 and Patricia Theisen

1968 D O L L A RS R A ISED $128 ,78 2 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 20 %

George R. ’65 and Mary Mayer

George A. ’67 and Melanie Vecchione

Brendan J. ’68 BT and Barbara A. Dugan

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 3 4,024 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 25 % PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Anthony ’65 and Arlene Miserandino RED AND BLUE CLUB

Kenneth R. ’65 and Joyce Allex

James F., Ph.D. ’66 and Patricia Dougherty PRESIDENT’S CLUB

William J., Esq. ’65 and Elizabeth Bielefeld

Rev. Michael A. Carrano ’66

Leonard N. ’65 and Angela Florio

Robert C. ’66 and Pam Sloane

Charles C. LoRe, Jr. ’65 Thomas A. ’65 and Claire McLellan

Thomas M. Laquercia, Esq. ’66

REMSEN STREET CLUB

James D. ’66 and Susan Egan

James R., C.P.A. ’64 and Leticia Mazzeo

Dominick P. ’65 and Amy Quartuccio

John S. Pereira ’66

Colonel John H., USAF (Ret.) ’64 and Pamela Morris

Anthony J. ’65 and Dorothy Witt

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

John J. ’64 and Mary O’Boyle

ASSISI SOCIET Y

William A. ’66 and Maureen Jandovitz

James M. ’65 and Irene A. Barling

John F. ’66 and Diane Tiernan

Thomas J. ’64 and Anne Hoban

Richard D. ’67 and Ann May

CHARTER SOCIET Y

Richard J. ’66 and Maria Krauland

Brother Gary Gaynor, O.S.F. ’64

Richard F. Marino ’67

John E. ’67 and Mary O’Connor

Charles F. ’65 and Nohemi Noselli

James A. ’64 and Lena M. Dassori

Dr. Louis J. ’67 and Marge Imbriano

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Gerard C. DiStefano ’64

John F. ’64 and Catherine Bartley

Brother Adrian Fannon, O.S.F. ’67

1966

Robert A. ’65 and Marianne Ficarra

Sean A., Ph.D. ’66 and Marion Fanelli

Richard G. Alexander ’64

Thomas P. Crotty ’67

Gerard C. ’68 BT and Mary Jane Keegan

Edward T. ’65 and Laura Murphy

ASSISI SOCIET Y

John A. ’67 and Marietta Corrigan

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Lawrence J. ’65 and Mary Mulcahy

Dr. Joseph T. Skerrett, Jr. ’64

Sister Grace A. Baran, C.S.J. ’67

John F., Esq. ’67 BT and Maureen Tully

Robert ’64 and Barbara de Zorzi

John J. ’64 and Ann Sceppa

FRANCISCANS

William G. ’67 and Diane P. Parrett

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Henry E. Riehl ’64

1967

Letterio D. ’65 and Joann Sgarlata

Vincent A. ’65 and Marie D’Angelo

Gary J. Schneider ’64

Arthur M. ’66 and Mary Forster

Sister Anne V. Beverly, C.S.J. ’65 William M. ’65 and Patricia Black James R. ’65 and Linda Borut Capt. William T. Brown, U.S.N. ’65 Thomas J. ’65 and Eileen Callaghan John, Jr. ’65 and Bari Cavallo Thomas F. ’65 and Sandra Clougher Walter J. ’65 and Linda L. Conklin

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Joseph T. ’68 and Karyn Browne

John P. Daley ’67

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Joseph A. ’67 and Mary L. Malvasio REMSEN STREET CLUB

Jeffrey A. ’67 and Barbara Gould

Edward N. ’68 BT and Jo Constantino Charles F., Jr. ’68 and Maureen M. Vadala

Michael T., Esq. ’67 and Bernadette Sullivan

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Anthony C., Sr. ’67 and Frances Providenti

Robert G. ’68 and Margaret Bombara

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Robert A. ’67 and Mary Alessandro Edward J. ’67 and Patricia Duer

Daniel P. ’68 and Maureen Donovan Edward T. ’68 and Susan Reilly Raphael, Esq. ’68 and Mary Scotto

Paul G. Henning ’67

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Raymond M. Feeney ’67 and Judy Latta

Msgr. John D. Gilmartin ’68

William P. Tyson ’67

Robert T. ’68 and Patricia Barlow

RED AND BLUE CLUB

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Richard J. ’68 and Mary Collins

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Frank P. ’67 and Mary Cannistra

Anthony S. ’66 and Patricia Cassino

William T. Donley ’68

Arthur ’66 and Paula S. DiClementi

Joseph M. ’67 and Joelle DiTommaso

Vincent J. Dougherty ’68

Edward J. ’66 and Kathleen Jaworski

John C. ’67 and Anne Donahue

Robert J. Rafferty, C.P.A. ’66

George W. Gaffney ’67

William ’66 and Joan Schildwachter Ronald J. ’66 and Alice Vallar

William T., Jr. ’67 and Maureen R. Quinlan

William J. Walker, Sr. ’66

Robert J. ’67 and Cindy L. Snyder

Richard D. ’66 and Maureen Young

ASSISI SOCIET Y

GIVING LEVELS

ASSISI SOCIET Y

James R. Barra ’67

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Rev. Randolph J. ’68 and Donna Geminder Joseph F., Ph.D. ’68 and Jane M. Marino

Dennis M. ’64 and Ann Kennedy

Rev. Christopher G. ’65 and Barbara Duffy

Brother Campion Lally, O.S.F. ’64

Thomas J. ’65 and Valerie Foley

John D. ’64 and Maureen Looney

Robert K. ’65 and Joan Johnson

Richard M. ’66 and Linda Bourne

Dr. Frank W. Calamusa ’67

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above

Richard C. ’67 and Anne Coccaro

CHARTER SOCIET Y

Edward J. ’64 and Angela Murphy

Honorable Peter T. ’65 and Rosemary King

Sister Barbara Buckbee, C.S.J. ’66 Jack A. ’66 and Kathleen Crispi

Eileen A. ’67 and Anthony Corrado

Francis ’64 and Marian Myskowsky

Richard R. ’65 and Linda J. Lynch

Gerard K. ’66 and Joy O. Hannon

James F. ’67 and Patricia Darcy

Dr. Robert E. ’66 and Judith L. Judge

Frank ’67 and Maria Del Maestro

James J. Magee ’66

David ’67 and Susan Fallon

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Christopher T. ’64 and Ingrid Muller

$ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

$10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9

Edward J. ’64 and Jean Peters

Edward F. ’65 and Monica McCabe

Edward J. ’64 and Michelle Powers John P., Jr. ’64 and Dorothy Rooney

David Meyer ’65 and Antonia Lamoureux-Meyer

Joseph F. ’64 and Paula Sheridan

Philip D. Murray ’65

James G. McGuire ’66

Kevin J. ’67 and Penelope Holland

$ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9

Timothy F. Stafford ’64

Michael J. ’65 and Maura O’Connor

Sister Alice L. McVey, C.S.J. ’66

Cirino T. ’67 and Rochelle Lombard

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Peter M. ’64 and Ann Swist

Leonard E. Olen ’65

Edward Melanson ’66

Michael V. ’67 and Marie Luciano

John A. ’65 and Denise O’Rourke

William A. ’66 and Barbara Meyer

George M. Magliano ’67

Frank J. ’65 and Anne Pascuzzi

Brother Antonio Montera, O.S.F. ’66

Edmond J. O’Connor ’67

Dr. Hugh T. ’65 and Madalene Potter

Peter C. ’66 and Patricia Nies

Vincent P. ’67 and Veronica Pagano

Raymond L. ’64 and Barbara Bendici

Sherwood A. Salvan, Esq. ’65

George J. ’66 and Frances Pipino

James A. ’67 and Kathleen Palmer

Brother Norman Smercak, O.S.F. ’66

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Francis P. ’65 and Maureen Smith

Joseph J. ’67 and Geraldine Riley

$10 0 to $ 249

Orazio A. ’64 and Margaret Ciccarelli

Ralph ’65 and Diana Stinebrickner

George T. ’66 and Linda K. Steinmann

Jerold ’67 and Lilo Rowan

FRANCISCANS

Thomas E. ’64 and Charmayne Tilston FRANCISCANS

Paul C. ’64 and Sandra Donovan

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED

Guarione ’67 and Teresita Diaz

Robert S. ’67 and Kathleen Sarli

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

$ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9

$1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

$ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9 RED & BLUE CLUB

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9

Gifts to $ 9 9

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REMSEN STREET CLUB

James J. Mulhearn ’69

Edward P. Morrissey ’70

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Patrick J. ’69 and Elizabeth O’Mara

Kevin J. ’70 and Valerie Ryan

John P. ’71 and Kathleen P. Brolly

Edward A. ’68 and Dorette Putonti

Joseph P., Esq. ’69 and Dorothy Forte

Daniel J. ’70 and Kathleen Trucano

Philip A. ’71 and Joann M. Caserta

Patrick J. ’68 and Jeanne Reavey

Victor R. ’69 and Diane L. Santoro

Charles J. ’69 and Rose M. Pergola Paul F. ’69 and Giuseppina Valenti

Richard P. ’70 and Beverly Wagner

Louis P. Celano ’71

Donald E. Temple ’68

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

1970

FRANCISCANS

Kevin M. ’68 and Maryjane McQuade

ASSISI SOCIET Y

James F. ’69 and Kathleen DeVarso

Vincent J. ’68 and Diane Ambrosio

Michael J. Gallagher ’69

Albert O. Benkert ’68

Dr. Charles J. ’69 and Diane McAllister

Dr. Peter D. ’68 and Sharon L. Bruno

Gregory F. Dean ’70 Rolf B. ’70 and Judith Friedmann

Edward J. ’69 and Eileen Anderson Immaculata Carpenter ’69

CHARTER SOCIET Y

Kevin M. Coffey ’68 Franey M., Jr. ’68 and Barbara Donovan Edward J. ’68 and Linda English Robert P. ’68 and Kathleen Ford

Michael T. ’69 and Margaret Corcoran

John T. ’68 and Camille Gerace

Frank R. ’69 and Diane DelGiudice

Walter E. ’68 and Eileen Gilpin

Peter N. ’69 and Patricia A. Ferrarotto

Francis J. ’68 and Marylyn E. Harvey Donald N. ’68 and May Hayward Daniel ’68 and Barbara Kenny Dr. John J. Koster ’68 John A. ’68 and Eileen C. Leone Thomas M. McBride ’68 Dennis P. ’68 and Barbara Mroczkowski Michael T. Ridge, Esq. ’68 Patrick T. ’68 and Susan A. Sullivan Joseph J. ’68 and Frances Svirida Theodore J. ’68 and Arlene Timmins Brother Edward Wesley, O.S.F., Ph.D. ’68 FRANCISCANS

Thomas J. ’68 and Alicia Bannon Stanley A. ’68 and Lorraine M. Danowski Sister Nancy Edwards ’68 John A. Fedele ’68 John H. Field ’68

William D. ’70 and Carmela Chomin

Brother William A. Boslet, O.S.F. ’70 BT

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Charles T. ’68 and Phyllis Gusman

Herman M. ’70 and Charlene A. Chin

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Michael G. ’68 and Pamela Burke

Vincent A. Giordano ’68

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 35 4,12 9 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 2 3 %

James B. ’69 and Marion Clifford

Richard M. ’69 and Judy Giammarco Francis J. ’69 and Ellen Giammona

Joseph V. ’70 and Marie Christine DiMauro PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Richard W. ’70 and Joyce Merzbacher Edward ’70 and Patricia Travaglianti

Rev. Philip F. ’70 and Lorraine Giardino Joseph J. Giovaniello ’70 Dr. Ann ’70 and Robert W. Hartle Michael H. ’70 and Deborah Higginson Sister Theresa Kelly, R.S.M. ’70 Kevin F. ’70 and Maureen A. Kempf

Frederick T. ’70 and Mary Ann Meyers

Joseph M. ’71 and Virginia Rhatigan

Thomas B. McManus ’70

Thomas P. ’70 and Elizabeth O’Brien

Frederick L. ’69 and Anne I. Michaels

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Edward J. ’70 and Phyllis Rasmussen

Paul A., Esq. ’69 and Miriam Murphy

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Clifford B. ’69 and Doris Redden

Kevin J. ’70 and Teresa Burke

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Leonard J. ’70 and Concetta Cutrone

D. K. ’69 and Kathleen McQuade

Dave H. Bacchioni ’69 Daniel F. ’69 and Maria Barry Peter J. Bittel ’69 Edward D. Bova ’69

Peter T. ’70 and Janice Chingos

Richard C. ’70 and Frances Jewell Robert P. ’70 and Patrice Moore John A. ’70 and Mary Wezwick

John J. ’69 and Barbara Buckley

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

John B. ’69 and Elaine Conroy

John J. ’70 and Elizabeth Casey

Robert L. Conway ’69

Stephen M. Cronin ’70

Stephen J. Hayden ’69

Dr. Mark ’70 and Lori J. Failla

John R. Jacques ’69

Michael J. ’70 and Maureen F. McInerney

James E. Russell ’70 Salvatore J. ’70 and Constance Scire John A. ’70 and Felicia Serrao

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Patrick J. ’71 and Diana M. Fallon REMSEN STREET CLUB

Louis A. ’71 and Pauline Esposito Dennis J. Burke ’71 and Martha L. Mackey, Esq.

Kenneth P. ’70 and Kathleen Brown

Kevin W. ’69 and Saraann Schultz

Nicholas A. Faraci ’70

James H. Murphy, Jr. ’71 and Gretchen Menn

Salvatore P. ’69 and Marina Trentacoste

William R. ’70 and Donna Guarinello

Louis H. ’71 and Mary Roller

Anthony ’69 and Elaine Viola

Harry E. ’70 and Ida Macri

Richard J. ’69 and Mary Wendt

Edward J. Ormond ’70

FRANCISCANS

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Carmine J. ’68 and Victoria Zummo

Kenneth A. ’69 and Gloria Blair

Edgar A. ’70 and Mary Adamson

1969

Benet E. ’69 and Susan Bridgeman

Dr. Robert D. Argentieri ’70

Terese M. Rouge ’71 and Patrick Dolan

James A. ’69 and Sheila Byrne

Michael A. Bianco ’70

Robert F. Dunn ’71

Robert E. ’69 and Eileen Christie

George ’70 and Deborah Brennan

Joseph M. ’71 and Mary Ann Elhilow

Joseph A. ’69 and Linda Ciardiello

Thomas J. Conlon ’70

John C. ’71 and Eileen Ferraro

Kevin J. Delgardio ’69

Anthony F. ’70 and Jane Criscuola

Andrew J. Habermann ’69

John F. Darnowski ’70

Francis X. ’71 and Deborah A. Holt ’97

Charles J. ’69 and Noreen Kelly

Theodore ’70 and Pamela Dymczynski

James P. Lawler ’71 John C. ’71 and Stephanie Lupero

George M., C.P.A. ’70 and Suzanne Gillan

Terrance J. ’71 and Irene Nolan

William T. ’70 and Maureen Hentrich

Luis J. ’71 and Georgina Rodriguez

Michael J. ’69 and Dianne M. Martin

Alan H. ’70 and Theresa Hoffman

Michael G. Shannon ’71

Thomas F. ’69 and Margaret McGarrity

George J. ’70 and Gail H. Johansen

Charles P. ’68 and Rita Scalzo Joseph F. ’68 and Annette Tyrian

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 93,767 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 2 3 % CHARTER SOCIET Y

Edward J. ’69 and Patricia Groarke PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Thomas J., Esq. ’69 and Eileen Killeen PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Anthony E. ’69 and Rosemarie Amodeo Joseph J. ’69 and Mary Martingale Michael J. ’69 and Donna Hollon Moriarty

William J. ’69 and Yurie Kozack Sister Margaret Lynch, O.P. ’69 Richard C. ’69 and Jacqueline M. Maloney

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Vito J. ’70 and Carol Loiacono

Daniel J. ’71 and Mary Brouder James J. Daw, Jr. ’71

Stephen P. Chiarini ’71 Angela Della Croce ’71 Francis H. ’71 and Alice DeMartino James W. ’71 and Diane Egan Gabriel M. Febbraio ’71 Richard J. ’71 and Marion Illich Joanne Kelly ’71 Lothar K. ’71 and Marie Maier Kathy D. ’71 and Frank Maresca Brian C. ’71 and Linda McMahon John G. Miller ’71 John M. Murphy ’71 Frank X. ’71 and Nancy Perissi William P. ’71 and Aida Smith Kevin B. ’71 and Joan Westley

1972 D O L L A RS R A ISED $14 0,9 0 8 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 19 % FOUNDERS CIRCLE

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Edward R. ’71 and Angela Curty Joseph A. ’71 and Ann M. DiBlasi ’75

James F. ’71 and Patricia O’Sullivan

Francis A. ’70 and Victoria Lofaso

Joseph C. ’71 and Elaine Trentacoste

Francis ’69 and Leona D. Milano

William M. Mancini ’70

Anthony P. ’71 and Regina Valenti

Thomas P. ’69 and Josephine Mione

Brother Louis T. Miritello, O.S.F. ’70

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Robert J. Bridgeman ’71

Sister Martin M. Doran, O.P. ’71

Guy L. ’69 and Margaret Rossiello

Dennis M., L.C.S.W. ’68 and Marie Reilly

George C. ’71 and Mary Blanchard

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 24,710 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 19 %

William ’70 and Regina C. Black

William J., Esq. ’69 and Patricia Leininger

FRANCISCANS

Sister Catherine Crumlish ’71

John F. ’69 and Denise Nash

Patrick J. ’69 and Beverly Kelly

John W., Sr. ’71 and Maureen Sheedy

1971

RED AND BLUE CLUB

John A. ’68 and Lydia Onorato

John M. ’71 and Sally A. McGrath

Angelo A. Giordano ’70 and Dr. Joann De Leonibus

James H. ’69 and Frances McDonald

Martin J. ’69 and Peggy M. Michlik

Michael G. ’68 and Dolores McMahon

Raymond T. Wendt ’71 and Mary McConnell

Brother Dominic F. Quigley, O.S.F. ’71

Anthony A. ’69 and Catherine M. Lombardo

Joseph M. Szkutnik ’71

John T. ’68 and Gail Matranga

Peter P. ’71 and Theresa Mancuso

Robert J. ’71 and Mary E. Murphy

Robert S. ’71 and Lori Shanley

Sister Helen Lyons, R.S.M. ’68

Mauricio A. Lorence ’71

Edward G. ’70 and Angela M. McKenna

Salvatore P. ’70 and Marysue Stallone

William ’68 and Annette Knipfing

Peter A., Ph.D. ’71 and Eileen Leonard

Daniel G. Lynch ’70

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Henry ’69 and Jeannette C. Matuszewski

Joseph P. ’68 and Mary A. Gribbin

CDR. Robert D. ’71 and Nancy Hopping

Alfred F. Thoben, C.P.A. ’70 and Inez D’Arcangelo

Ronald S. ’69 and Peggy Jendras

Peter E. ’70 and Lorraine Provenzale

Michael A. ’68 and Patricia Graham

Patrick A. Hanley ’71 and Patricia Glynn Hanley

Raymond J. ’71 and Nora McKeough

Patrick B. ’71 and Patricia McGovern

Brother Thomas Grady, O.S.F. ’68

Brother Leonard Conway, O.S.F. ’71 BT

John A. ’70 and Lorraine Krizel

Thomas G. Oldis ’70

Sister Kathleen Geaney, R.S.M. ’68

Patrick W. Condren ’71

Vincent ’72 BT and Denise DeGiaimo CHARTER SOCIET Y

Lawrence A. ’72 BT and Karen Marsiello PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Vincent F., Esq. ’72 and Antoinette Pitta William P. ’72 and Maureen Tully PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Dr. Charles R. Traina ’72 REMSEN STREET CLUB

Robert L. ’72 and Margaret Smith B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Joseph W. Cuddy ’72 ✚ Robert M. ’72 and Eileen D’Amante Charles P. Kowalski ’72 Michael J. ’72 and Joyce Ranieri Frederick G. ’72 and Karen Wissemann

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED


RED AND BLUE CLUB

Frederick Bartone ’72 ✚ Kay B. ’72 and Robert Bolz Thomas A. Garone ’72

1973

Michael V. Gilmartin ’74 and Ann Munkenbeck

D O L L A RS R A ISED $18 ,75 8 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 12 %

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Dr. Vincent A. Sawicki ’72

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Robert ’72 and Karen C. Scharbach ’74

Matthew J. ’73 and Mary E. Krsulich

ASSISI SOCIET Y

John A. ’73 and Mary Ann Rowinski ’74

Vincent R. ’72 and Dorothy Aperawic Donald V. ’72 and Rosemary Bavuso Brother James B. Burke, S.M. ’72

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Pasquale C. ’73 and Joann M. DePalma

RED AND BLUE CLUB

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Salvatore V. ’75 and Serena Barbuzza

Dr. Marguerite E. Burke ’76

Joseph T. ’75 and Grace Brady

Anne C. ’76 and Victor Dagenais

Ann M. ’75 and Joseph A. DiBlasi ’71

Robert J. ’76 and Karin Genalo

James M. King ’75

James P. ’76 and Margaret Gildea

Frank D. ’75 and Michele Petrizzo

Peter E. ’76 and Susan W. Maloney

Joseph A. ’74 and Darlene Foulke

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Joseph ’76 and Jane Tricarico

Martin J., Jr. ’74 and Marilyn O’Reilly

Myrna H. Belgrave-Sigua ’75

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Karen C. ’74 and Robert Scharbach ’72

John E. Brandt ’75

Dr. Clarence ’76 and Annye Brown

David ’75 and Madeline Byrne

Stephen M. Bruce ’76

Paul P. Chadason ’75

Margaret M. Casey ’76

Thomas J. ’75 and Constance Corcoran

Richard ’76 and Regina D’Allesandro

Paul R. ’75 and Virginia Cronen Clint Ebanks ’75

Joseph ’76 and Bernadette DeFalco

Patrick Barone ’74 Robert J., C.P.A. ’74 and Lorraine P. Clark Edward G. Dunn, Jr. ’74

Thomas ’73 and Marilyn Raleigh

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Ron F. Darcy ’72

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Ernest V. ’72 and Ann DiFranchi

James M. ’73 and Patricia J. Cowan

John Burke ’74

Joseph A. ’72 and Carollee Donnelly

Thomas F. ’73 and Catherine McDonough

Thomas J. Burns ’72

Andrew J. Ferretti ’72 Alfonso G. ’72 and Roseann Figliolia

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Stephen T. ’72 and Madalena Haran

Michael J. ’73 and Joanne Ahearn

Brian W. ’72 and Mary Kenny

Giro S. ’73 and Madelyn DeRosa

Edward J. ’72 and Lois Machinski

Albert T. ’73 and Carol A. Jaronczyk

Paul L., C.L.U. ’72 and Angelina Magnano

Brian J. McCarthy ’73

Nicholas A. Marano ’72 and Jean D. Marano James T. McAuliffe ’72 Edmond ’72 and Gail McTigue Austin V., C.P.A. ’72 and Mary Murphy Anthony F. ’72 and Elaine Nicodemo Walter D. Peyton ’72 Ellen M. Raspitha ’72 Pauline Reid ’72

James F. ’73 and Theresa McKenna

John B. Adesalu ’74 Mario Calero ’74 Mary R. Coughlin ’74

Joseph C. ’76 and Janet Caldarella

Mary V. Gilbride ’75

Kevin Drohan ’76

Patrick W. ’74 and Mary C. Halpin

Eileen E. Gittens ’75

Marie ’76 and Martin A. Geisel

Dennis P. ’74 and Elizabeth A. Keating ’74

Gary S. ’75 and Joanne M. Jendras Mary D. Maynard ’75

Robert D., Ph.D. ’76 and Rita Hannafin

Thomas S. ’74 and Maureen McCabe

Steven ’75 and Rita M. Orlando

Fulvia M. Forbes ’74

John F. ’74 and Elizabeth McCue

Cathal P. ’75 and Christabel A. Quigley ’75 Thomas J. Randazzo ’75

Joseph T. ’73 and Debra Penzone

Brian J. ’74 and Mary-Frances Reavey

James J. ’73 and Diana Petruzzi

Alice Smiertka ’74

William E. Ulrich ’75

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Randolph W. ’74 and Viola Titus

Dr. Regina M. Vaccaro ’75

Dr. Emil Baccash ’73

FRANCISCANS

John F. ’75 and Rosa Wall

Robert R. Rooney ’75

Joyce A., R.N. ’75 and Evans Willoughby

Gerard P. ’73 and Anne T. Conlon ’76

Andrea E. Albanese ’74

Jack L. ’73 and Beverly Fellin

Joseph J. Cunningham ’74

FRANCISCANS

Theresa A. Loughran ’73

Dominick J. Delsante ’74

Peter C. ’75 and Leslie Alfieri

Timothy J. ’73 and Nelly Marco

Carmen Arroyo ’74

Margaret A. Healy-Horan, C.P.A. ’76 and Thomas M. Horan Steven M. ’76 and Jacqueline D. Jenkusky Kevin J. ’76 and Kelly A. Kelleher Dennis J. ’76 and Patricia Lacognata ’79 George M. ’76 and Maureen R. Lovaglio Jean ’76 and Michael O’Leary Ellen Tucker-Emerson ’76 William H. Wojcik ’76 FRANCISCANS

Angela A. ’74 and Joseph Downes

Edward Alleyne ’75

Nicholas J. ’73 and Loretta McCauley

Charles J. ’74 and Barbara Eames

Julia B. ’75 and William Arcadipane

Doreen S. ’74 and Richard Faga ’73

Michael J. ’75 and Linda Carvalhido

Andrew F. ’72 and Judith A. Virga

Humbert F. ’73 and Catherine Miglino

Norman W. Kennedy ’74

Neil J. ’75 and Elizabeth Connolly

Dr. Chun K. ’72 and Joanne Yip

Margaret M. Regan ’73

William G. Lederer ’74

Mario R. ’75 and Febronia DeLuca

Peter J. ’72 and Joan Yovine

Francis W. ’73 and Geraldine Ryan

Norma R. ’74 and Walter Mackie

Donato A. ’75 and Joanne DeSantis

Joann T. ’74 and James Maddock

Kenneth R. ’75 and Joan Dixon

FRANCISCANS

FRANCISCANS

Charles J. ’75 and Gabriel Febbraio

Louis J. ’72 and Veronica Anemone

Robert C. DiBenedetto ’73

Mary E. McKenna ’74

Claudette P. Glasgow ’75

Sister Eileen M. Berton ’72

Richard ’73 and Doreen S. Faga ’74

Thomas G. ’74 and Margaret Pellinger

William J. ’72 and Maureen Biesty

James C. ’74 and Barbara M. Petrillo

Anthony J. ’75 and Rose Lauriano

Frank P. ’72 and Barbara Brancato

Joseph T. Freisen ’73 and Maureen A. Finnerty ’82 Robert N. ’73 and Melanie Franco

Dominick J. Mancini ’75

Robert S. Burns ’72

Robert Quartuccio, C.P.A. ’74 and Elena Quaratuccio

Sister Jeanne E. Matullo, O.P. ’75

Edward Clinton ’72

John D. ’73 and Gail Ghigliotti

Owen ’74 and Sally Quinn

Christopher E. ’76 and Miyoko Forte

Eileen Lennon ’73

Owen P. ’75 and Colleen McKenna

John C. Codd ’72

Dennis G. ’74 and Rita Riehman

Patricia C. Kerner ’76

Faith C. Saume-Berges ’75

Bart A. ’72 and Jane D’Ambra

Nicholas J. ’73 and Cynthia Lupo

Theodore R. Lombardo ’76

John B. ’72 and Jeanne Donnelly

Anne M. Mourino ’73

1975

1976

Michael J. ’76 and Dianne Mandel

Helen L. Fraser ’72

William ’73 and Joann O’Brien

Robert D. ’72 and Margie Gralinski

Thomas F. ’73 and Suzanne Oftring

D O L L A RS R A ISED $112 , 2 3 4 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 16 %

Robert L. ’76 and Rose Sena

Richard M. ’72 and Antoinette Greene

Leroy P. McKeever ’73 and Elvira Ortiz

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 35,620 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 14 %

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Gregory B. ’72 and Winnifred A. Johnson

Louis J. ’73 and Julia C. Ruggio

Flavio J. ’72 and Deborah Lorenzoni

Frank E. Scott ’73

Jose M. ’72 and Zaida Rivera Michael E. ’72 and Michelle Salogub Joseph A. ’72 and Pamela Turzo

Dr. William A. Maltese ’72 and Vivian K. Kalman-Maltese Salvatore A. ’72 and Faye Marino Francis P. Messano ’72 Kathryn A. Meyers ’72 John Miley ’72 Peter A. ’72 and Jacqueline Minio Michael J. Mulcahy ’72 Frank A. ’72 and Jean Palmeri Michael A. ’72 and Kathleen D. Polito John A. ’72 and Clara Santoro James M. Scott ’72

Anthony C. ’73 and Ann Schiano William J. ’73 and Janice Stein

Denis J. ’75 BT and Joanne Salamone CHARTER SOCIET Y

Salvatore ’75 and Barbara Iannuzzi ’75

Robert R. ’75 and Maria Johnson

Michael A. Soliwoda ’76 and Ellen B. Burke ’76 Rosemary Canterna ’76 James M. Cassidy ’76 Anne T. ’76 and Gerard P. Conlon ’73 James G. ’76 and Lorraine Courage Brian ’76 and Zoila M. Dennigan Peter ’76 and Patricia English John J. ’76 and Arlene Ferrante Stephen J. ’76 and Diana Figliozzi

Marie C. ’76 and Melvin Porow

Barbara G. ’76 BT and Robert Koster

GIVING LEVELS

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Raymond F. ’76 and Marianne Keenan

CHARTER SOCIET Y

June A. ’76 and Ronald H. McGrisken ’80

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above $ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

1974

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

D O L L A RS R A ISED $13,9 0 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 15 %

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Lynn A. Archiopoli ’76

Kevin R. ’75 and Susan McCabe

Mary Browne-Ryan ’76 and Edward J. Ryan ’75

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Brian J. Campbell ’76

REMSEN STREET CLUB

William J. ’75 and Geraldine Lovejoy

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Mary Ann ’74 and John A. Rowinski ’73 REMSEN STREET CLUB

The Honorable Joseph J. Hennessy ’74 Dennis J. ’74 and Catherine B. McDermott ’74 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Paul V. ’74 and Maryjo Cucarese

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED

Edward J. Ryan ’75 and Mary Browne-Ryan ’76

REMSEN STREET CLUB

$10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

$ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9 $ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9 $1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9

Mary Ellen ’75 and Anthony Scala

Joseph A. Rosalie ’76

Peter F. ’75 and Mary K. Spiess ’77

Jerome ’76 and Patricia A. Williams ’83

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Michael L. Andreola ’75

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9

Donald G. ’75 and Patricia Mulligan

Michael P. Morris ’76 and Mary McGovern-Morris ’76

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Richard J. Piccininni ’76

FRANCISCANS

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Diane M. ’75 and Robert J. Trapp ’77 Harry W. ’75 and Marion A. Whelpley

$ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9 RED & BLUE CLUB

$10 0 to $ 249 Gifts to $ 9 9

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Michael ’76 and Patricia Terino

James F. ’78 and Agnes G. McCue

Salvatore A. ’76 and Karel Vitale

Christopher R. Reidy ’78 and Kathleen Galasso-Reidy

Patricia A. Waage ’76

1977 D O L L A RS R A ISED $7,170 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 8 %

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Elizabeth A. ’78 and Lawrence K. Becker ’77

1979 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 21, 8 4 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 12 % PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Edmund J. Greco ’79

Marjorie ’78 and Joseph E. Drennan

Louis G. ’79 and Kathleen Pastina

John E. ’77 and Susan Kiely

Mary Anne P. Killeen ’78

Stephen E. ’79 and Joan S. Albright

Mary K. ’77 and Peter F. Spiess ’75

Kathleen M. King ’78

James M. ’77 and Janet M. Walsh

RED AND BLUE CLUB

William C. ’79 and Rebecca B. Armstrong ’80

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Vincent A. ’78 and Theresa Ferraioli

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Lawrence K. ’77 and Elizabeth A. Becker ’78 John E. ’77 and Kathleen Klemm Robert J. ’77 and Diane M. Trapp ’75

Patricia M. Ola-Chukwu ’78 and Uche O. Ola Dr. Ronald L. Soave, D.P.M. ’78 Gerard Trapp ’78

Francis P. ’77 and Maryann Tricamo

Patricia T. Trapp ’78

RED AND BLUE CLUB

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Patricia M. ’77 and Jeffrey Lesser

Dr. Karl T. Bednarek ’78 and Sue Robichek

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Glen ’77 and Diana K. Anderson Claire J. ’77 and Leonard Baker Duncan ’77 and Susan Blair Christopher M. ’77 and Phyllis Broughton Frederick ’77 and Mary Cannone John B. ’77 and Margaret Casey Thomas J. ’77 and Lynn Cassidy

Marion F. ’78 and Bernard White ’79

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Robert J. ’79 and Marguerite Lindsay B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Paul D. ’79 and Jennifer Caccamo ’83 Pat A. ’79 and Veronica A. Mallozzi ’82 Joann M. O’Neill-Quinterno ’79 and Steven Quinterno RED AND BLUE CLUB

Muriel A. Wilkinson ’79

1980 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 3 3, 455 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 11%

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Michael Schwerdtman ’81 Andrew, C.P.A. ’81 and Angela C. Vindigni ’81

Anthony S. Tortorelli ’80

RED AND BLUE CLUB

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Ralph C. ’81 and Lorraine Baione

Michael J. Beaury ’80 PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Marjorie Driscoll ’80 Ronald H. ’80 and June A. McGrisken ’76 REMSEN STREET CLUB

Rebecca B. ’80 and William C. Armstrong ’79 John J. ’80 and Mary Frawley Irma Garcia ’80 Edward J. ’80 and Madalyn M. Hanley ’80 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Mary Anne ’79 and Thomas Early ’78

Raymond A. Barrett ’80 and Debora Barret

Lisa M. Gallotta ’79

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Richard A. Greene ’78

Dorothy H. ’79 and Gary J. Gurreri

Maureen F. ’80 and John T. Connell

Margaret Guthrie ’78 and John Boudreau

Anne M. Kelly ’79

Daniel B. McManus ’80

Julie F. Kelly ’79

Edward J., Jr. ’80 and Debra Quigley

Regina E. Guthrie ’78

Bernard ’79 and Marion F. White ’78

Ronald H. Hanson ’78

Jeanne Zatorski ’79

Lorraine J. Carlozzi ’78

Phyllis C. O’Neill ’81

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Michael ’79 and Carolyn Courtien

Joseph A. ’78 and Maryann Cacchioli

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Dr. Maryirene I. ’81 and Anthony Flynn Martin P. ’81 and Eileen K. Regan Robert B. ’81 and Nicole Silvestri Deacon Anthony ’81 and Tina Stucchio Robert S. ’81 and Michele Vaters ASSISI SOCIET Y

George ’81 and Vilma Abi-Hassoun Oswald C., Jr. ’81 and Phyllis Boyce Donna M. ’81 and Charles P. Costa ’80 Marion ’81 and Maggie Fazio Ingrid M. Flamme ’81 Alexander ’81 and Virginia Havriliak Lee Anne Infantino ’81 Halina J. ’81 and Jack Jankowski John J. ’81 and Carolyn Kelly Peter J. ’81 and Toni L. Manetta Elizabeth G. Mindlin ’81

Eugene C. Assencao-Sanchez ’80

William P. ’81 and Kathleen Muzyka

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Joseph ’80 and Filomena Carlino

Thomas Sclafani ’81

Lorraine F. ’79 and Joseph Altmann

Charles P. ’80 and Donna M. Costa ’81

Susan E. ’81 and Michael P. Sheehan

Richard A. ’80 and Louise A. Fabietti

Mary J. ’81 and Robert Stark

James F., Jr. ’77 and Joan McElroy

Janet F. Hayden-Cusimano, L.C.S.W. ’78 and Anthony J. Cusimano ’79

Katherine R. Russell ’77

Edith V. Hodge ’78

Dr. Margaret H. ’77 and John M. Zaborskis ’76

Maureen T. ’78 and Donald R. Leo Debbie Letts ’78

Anthony J. Cusimano ’79 and Janet F. Hayden-Cusimano, L.C.S.W. ’78

FRANCISCANS

Kenneth Lui ’78

Timothy P. Giambrone, C.P.A. ’79

Dr. Maria T. Auletta ’77

John D. ’78 and Gail Morin

Claudia A. Gilchriest ’80

Angela Caracciolo-Keenan ’81 and Frank Keenan

Satya Bagchee ’77

Kevin M. ’78 and Laura Nash

Theodore Heinrich ’79 and Laura Reitter

Angelo ’80 and Vincenza Guerriero

Johnson ’81 and Yao Q. Chang

Eileen Boucher ’77

Anthony J. ’78 and Maryellen Orlando

Brian ’80 and Mae McKeon

Margaret A. ’81 and John T. Cronin ’63

Donald J. ’77 and Kathryn Faughnan

Lucy Curci-Gonzalez ’77 and Arturo Gonzalez-Alfonso Joanne M. DeVito ’77 Thomas A. Dougherty ’77 Regina S. Dowuona-Lutterodt ’77 Patricia Dray ’77 Patricia R. Farrenkopf ’77 Jayne B. Godlewski ’77

Albert C. Wiltshire ’78 Patricia E. ’78 and Richard Yates FRANCISCANS

Grace O. Alleyne ’78 Etta R. Brooks-Smith ’78 Robert M. ’78 and Frances Burks

Madeline Conway ’79

Mary P. Hume ’79 Patricia ’79 and Dennis J. Lacognata ’76 Nancy A. Lento-Misseri ’79 and Vincent Misseri James E. ’79 and Antoinette O’Brien Catherine ’79 and Michael O’Brien

Jeanette Dowdell ’81 Denise M. Fina ’81

Patricia A. Radigan ’80

Eileen R. Lian ’81

Eileen M. Ulmer ’79

Elvira Stepp ’80 Albert ’80 and Gaylene Tannis

FRANCISCANS

Noreen M. ’77 and Thomas O’Hanlon

Maureen K. Dolan ’78

James F. ’79 and Geraldine Cosgrove

Dr. Claudia P. Attardi-Pisano ’79

Gloria A. ’79 and Frank DeCrescenzo

Kevin M. ’81 and Mary O’Brien Regina ’81 and Keith Popp Andrew S. Poulos ’81

Raymond B. ’80 and Maureen Loughlin

Margaret Schwerdtman ’81

Marie ’80 and Daniel McCarthy

Rita Zehnter ’81

1978

Vincent ’78 and Maryellen Grillo

Michael F. ’79 and Ann Laffey

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 24,725 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 11%

Paschal P. ’78 and Angela L. Iammatteo ’78

Patrick J. ’80 and Nancy McLaughlin

Sister Margaret M. Lynch, O.P. ’79

Viken Najarian ’80

Joseph ’79 and Patricia B. Malewich

Loretta A. ’78 and Robert Keane

Peter ’80 and Maria Paguaga

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Michael McDade ’79

Timothy J. ’78 and Celeste Cole

Margaret M. Kennedy ’78

Laura J. ’80 and Thomas R. Pietro

Frank P. ’78 and Teresa Frattini

Barbara Khoury ’78

Patrick J. ’79 and Geraldine A. O’Beirne, C.P.C.U. ’81

Anne ’80 and Robert Reilly

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Steven J., Sr. ’78 and Barbara Mauceri

John J. ’79 and Louise P. O’Sullivan

Maureen A. Meehan ’78

Theodora S. Parker, R.N. ’79

Al ’78 and Chris DiGuido

Joseph ’78 and Rose Morangelli

Sheila M. Pickard ’79

Thomas ’78 and Mary Anne Early ’79

Georgianne ’78 and Joseph J. Nardi

Rev. Michael K. Raia ’79

George G. ’78 and Linda G. Pallis ’79

Joyce A. ’79 and Paul E. Reynolds

Patricia A. Logan, C.P.C.U. ’78

Gladys M. Ramos ’78

James E. Smith ’79

Leonard G. ’78 and Maryjane Lubrano

Kevin J. ’78 and Maureen Redden

Annabel C., R.N. ’79 and Michael Tan

3 0  |  S T. F R A N C I S C O L L EG E 2 0 1 0 –2 0 1 1 D O N O R R E P O RT

Geraldine A., C.P.C.U. ’81 and Patrick J. O’Beirne ’79

Michael P. Cooney ’80

Gregory C. ’79 and Carolyn Fewer

Walter H. Zipf ’78

William J. Mulrooney, C.P.A. ’81

Julia A. O’Connell ’81

Nancy L. Gerken ’78

Linda G. ’79 and George G. Pallis ’78

Alice M. McTague ’81

Mary E. Callahan ’80

James J. ’79 and Patricia Dunleavy ’78

Margaret M. ’78 and John A. Costa ’51

Grace E. Israel ’81

FRANCISCANS

Rosanna L. Galletley ’78 and John Curreri

Elaine M. ’77 and Thomas E. Smith

Kevin B. ’81 and Nora Crumlish

Armand M., Jr. ’80 and Jeanne M. Patella

Finola ’80 and James J. Schmidt

Beatrice ’78 and Jerome Cunningham

FRANCISCANS

Robert H. ’80 and Alicia Mulvena

Nilsa Torres ’79

Darlene Kenty-Jefferson ’77 and Theodore Jefferson

Deborah T. ’77 and Vincent Smith

Lawrence A. ’80 and Helga Merryman

Michael Palmiotto ’79

Kofi Hormeku ’77

John ’77 and Theresa Pastore

Patricia B. Fallon ’80

Katherine M. ’80 and Bruno Schettini

Kathleen S. Corrigan ’78 and Mathew W. Sanderleaf

Patricia ’78 and James J. Dunleavy ’79

Pat J. Faiella, Ph.D. ’80

James ’80 and Diana Sclafani

1981 D O L L A RS R A ISED $15 8 ,110 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 10 %

James P. ’81 and Joanne D. Shea

1982 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 4,6 4 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 8 % REMSEN STREET CLUB

Joseph C. ’82 and Maria Carieri B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Mark J. Long ’82 Veronica A. ’82 and Pat A. Mallozzi ’79 Kevin M. Maroney ’82

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

David E. Haverty ’81 PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Walter R. Leong ’81

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Joseph M. ’82 and Mary A. Erlanger

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED


ASSISI SOCIET Y

Juanita C. Curran ’83 and John Cali

E. K. ’82 and Dianne Agoglia

Paula Cutrone ’83

Patricia A. Brennen ’82

Pat ’83 and Fred Figueroa

Vincenza ‘82 and Michael G. Magliano ’82

Frances H. ’83 and Romeo Gillen

Elia G. ’82 and Kathleen M. Malara ’83

Kathleen M. Kelly ’83

Rev. Emmet J. Murphy ’82 Neil C. O’Donnell ’82 Michael J. ’82 and Patricia Orlay John J. ’82 and Jacqueline S. Paguaga ’83 Pasquino J. ’82 and Laura Vitiello

Roseann V. Henry ’83 Frank ’83 and Gloria Leggio Steven J. Mullins ’83 Brian ’83 and Diane O’Boyle Susan L. Push ’83 Michael P. ’83 and Elizabeth Sweeney Charles J. Zammit ’83

Camille M., Ph.D. ’85 and Thomas Pontrello

FRANCISCANS

Margaret M. ’87 and Steven Alaimo

1990

Manuel P. ’85 and Maureen T. Vasquez

Denis Nolan ’87 and Gina Lynch-Nolan ’92

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 45 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 6 %

1986

Thomas E. ’87 and Mary P. Powers

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Maria Russelli ’87

Annamaria L. Gaudio Banaszek ’90

D O L L A RS R A ISED $16,0 95 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 9 %

Gregory W. ’87 and Dorothy E. Taylor

FRANCISCANS

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Stacey J. ’87 and Donald Tynion

James F. Bozart ’86 and Donald B. Winston REMSEN STREET CLUB

John J. ’86 and Kathy Barry

Anthony ’90 and Linda Baranello

Lorraine C. Washington ’87

Kristen A. ’90 and Matthew G. Deodato

1988

Henry A. Giron ’90 and Elizabeth Diaz de Giron

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 36,0 05 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 6 %

Ellen A. ’90 and Brian Kinnane

CHARTER SOCIET Y

Neal M. ’90 and Eleanora McGarrity

Catherine ’86 and James H. Rogan, Jr. ’87

Kenneth D. ’88 and Laurie Daly

Chiara T. ’90 and Frank A. Rotondi

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Maria Cestaro ’86

Theresa E. Spelman-Huzinec ’88 and Glenn M. Huzinec ’85

1991

Maria Donini ’86

ASSISI SOCIET Y

D O L L A RS R A ISED $11, 370 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 9 %

Hector Batista ’84 BT

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Joseph J. Belmonte ’88

Dr. Charles G. ’84 and Ann M. Garlisi ’84

Robert ’86 and Joan Mazzella

Margo K. Brodie ’88

Damiano Mazzone ’86

Janet ’88 and Robert Hopkins

Joseph M. Hemway ’84

Eileen ’86 and Ovanes Ovanessian ’85

Joyce Wierzbowski ’88

Carol ’84 and Gino Menchini BT

Beverly E. Schroeter-Asante ’82

RED AND BLUE CLUB

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Jestina B. Bright ’88

Luhena Z. Scott ’82

Dragan ’84 and Dorothy Radovich

Janet M. Tabone ’82

Colonel Edward, Jr. ’86 and Patricia Daily

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Lawrence R. ’88 and Patricia Carlucci

Michael W. ’82 and Mary Wald

Joseph Crifasi ’84

Theresa Fahy ’86

Rodrigue Domingue ’88

David M. ’86 and Scarlet Monroe

Phyllis Downer ’88

1983

Michael F. Henschel ’84

Marguerite ’86 and Joseph Moran

Elizabeth A. ’88 and James Fitzpatrick

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Claire T. Horgan ’88 and Dennis J. Kirlin

Peter P. Ferraiuolo, Esq. ’91

FRANCISCANS

Linda Brady ’82 Joseph C. ’82 and Laura Cilla Thomas J. ’82 and Ellen Duffy Virginia Fazio ’82 Maureen A. Finnerty ’82 and Joseph T. Freisen ’73 Mary E. ’82 and George McCarthy Irene Miller ’82 John J. ’82 and Rita Morano Sister Teresa S. Pereira, O.CARM. ’82 Robert A. Rubano ’82

D O L L A RS R A ISED $11,0 30 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 10 % PRESIDENT’S CLUB

J. Christopher ’83 BT and Carol Mangan REMSEN STREET CLUB

Patricia K. ’83 and Howard Cassidy

William F., Jr. ’86 BT and Meredith R. Dawson

1984 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 3 8 , 498 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 5 % CHARTER SOCIET Y

Alber ’84 and Laura Hot REMSEN STREET CLUB

Jesus F. ’84 BT and Noreen M. Linares ’84 Rosemary D. ’84 and Frank McCullagh

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Mark ’83 and Dolores Ferro ’83 Barbara A. Johnston ’83 Nicole Pluviose ’83

Patricia J. ’86 and Richard W. Ekelund

Josephine Zakaria ’88

Bertha Jagassar ’86

1989

Susan M. Ignaciuk ’91

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 9, 8 6 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 6 %

Donald Minkoff ’91

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Edward J. Rivera ’91

Dr. Victor J. Masi ’89 BT and Teresa Stuto-Masi ’91

James E. Sweeney ’91

Paula M. Wallace ’86 and Kenneth Bartoletti

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Carmen J. Torres Cotto ’91

Kelly D. Cooper ’89

1987

John M. Fiordimondo ’91

Catherine L. ’89 and Thomas Wornom

Everol E. Freeman, Jr. ’91

D O L L A RS R A ISED $10,95 3 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 6 %

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Desiree L. Mapp-Odom ’84 and Russell Odom Vivian G. ’84 and Rigoberto Pabon Julie ’84 and Philip Spinelli

1985

Laurel Ann Lewis-Brockman ’86 and Donald Brockman Andrew W. ’86 and Sharon E. Quigley ’86 Robert ’86 and Sharon Sputh Nicos S. ’86 and Kalina Tziazas

D O L L A RS R A ISED $1,570 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 5 % RED AND BLUE CLUB

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Sallyann G. ’85 and Richard Bartels Michael ’85 and Lisa Curti Dr. Laura Mieszerski ’85

Kathleen M. ’83 and Elia G. Malara ’82

Rosaleen C. ’85 and Robert Shea

Jacqueline S. ’83 and John J. Paguaga ’82

Denise Arico ’85

FRANCISCANS

Mary Ann Byrnes ’85 Murielle Desir ’85 Lucia M. ’85 and Chester M. Euton

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Josephine F. ’87 and Richard Savastano George ’87 and Elizabeth Vogel REMSEN STREET CLUB

William C. O’Connell ’87 James H., Jr. ’87 and Catherine Rogan ’86 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Barbara Salerno ’87 RED AND BLUE CLUB

Robert J. ’87 and Lisa Wisniewski

Harold Feinberg ’85

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Maria Fiacco ’85 and Louis Fiacco

Yvonne M. Flesche ’87

Joan E. Caccamo ’83

Mary V. Hamilton ’85

Kimberly V. Santo ’87

Rita E. Cambridge ’83

Maureen T. Hyland ’85

Donald C. ’83 and Rita Cilia

John P. ’85 and Jacqueline K. Meany ’89

Kevin ’87 and Margaret Z. Woods ’91

Lisa M. Andersen-Yurman ’83 and Joseph L. Yurman

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Diane L. Patton ’88

John J. ’83 and Joan Ferro

FRANCISCANS

Helena E. Duszkiewicz ’91

Ann Marie Ditizio-Rich ’86

Ovanes ’85 and Eileen Ovanessian ’86

Deborah A. Strack-Cregan ’83 and Brendan Cregan

Terrence V. Mulligan ’91

Stephen J. Mugno ’88

Guillermo R., Jr. ’84 and Barbara Quinones

Brian ’83 and Maureen C. Cosgrove

Elizabeth A. ’83 and Michael F. Kennedy

Lorraine M. Lynch ’91

Thomas E. Medurga ’88

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Kathleen M. Joyce ’83

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Regan C. ’86 and Frederic B. Burnham

Glenn M. Huzinec ’85 and Theresa E. Spelman-Huzinec ’88

Virginia ’83 and Thomas F. Flahive

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Mary C., C.P.A. ’91 and Edward B. Shaw

Kathleen M. ’84 and Mike Purdy

Gayle A. Lombardi ’83

Jean M. ’83 and Gregory O’Brien

Teresa Stuto-Masi ’91 and Dr. Victor J. Masi ’89 BT

Diana P. Medici-Gasparis ’88

Elizabeth, R.N. ’84 and Dr. Carmine Cammarosano

Jennifer ’83 and Paul D. Caccamo ’79

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Donato A. ’86 and Mary Brogna

FRANCISCANS

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

FRANCISCANS

FRANCISCANS

Lorraine F., R.N. ’90 and Ira Zapin

Maureen A. Pickard ’84

Anthony J. Chille ’83 Patricia A. ’83 and Jerome Williams ’76

Robert C. ’86 and Jeannette Salerno

RED AND BLUE CLUB

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED

Toby L. Zimmerman ’88

Amy E. ’91 and Mark Bennett Janet M. Dawson ’91 Colleen A. Meade-Edwards ’91 and John C. Edwards Karen E. Schiera ’91 and Robert Erving Gabriel St. Louis ’91 Joseph A. ’91 and Sharon Raftery

FRANCISCANS

Victoria E. ’89 and Brian Doyle

GIVING LEVELS

Jennifer M. Gilroy-Ruiz ’89

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Christopher R. ’89 and Dr. Nenette Palermo

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above

Robert W., Jr. ’89 and Catherine Rose

$ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9

FRANCISCANS

Mary B. ’89 and Frank Baldizzi Monica K. ’89 and Elmer Berry Cynthia M. Borghi ’89

CHARTER SOCIET Y PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

$10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

$ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CLUB

$ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9

Mary F. Brenner ’89

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Nancy Ann R. Conforti ’89 and Willaim DiCaro

$1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9

Angela Mandic ’89 Jacqueline K. ’89 and John P. Meany ’85 Jacqueline J. Smith ’89 Dr. Widad A. Valme ’89

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

$ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9 RED & BLUE CLUB

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9 ASSISI SOCIET Y

$10 0 to $ 249 FRANCISCANS

Gifts to $ 9 9

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Michael T. ’01 and Gina F. Strochansky ’03

Raymond J. Ridore ’04

FRANCISCANS

Rosemary Brybag ’04

James R. ’01 and Evelyn Ciccolella

Robert J. Dillon ’04

Todd J. Cusato ’01

Ruben N. Gonzalez ’04

Thomas J. ’01 and Patricia Dellecave

Sherma King-Allsopp ’04

Jose R. Guzman ’91

ASSISI SOCIET Y

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Javier E. Heinert ’91

Christine M. Azzolini-Occhipinti ’95

Richard T. Finger, Jr. ’98

Jacqueline ’91 and Louis Smith

Ian J. Goodwin ’95

Melissa A. Gialanella ’98

Virginia ’91 and Peter N. Smith ’58

Mark E. ’95 and Josephine Loughlin

Karen Hare-Booras ’98 and Robert Booras

Margaret M. ’95 and Anthony Sogluizzo

Bevin K. Meade-Gibbons ’98 and Christopher M. Gibbons ’97

Marie F. Zangari ’95

Mark S. Nurse ’98

FRANCISCANS

FRANCISCANS

John J. Gillen ’01

Carmela A. Cona ’95

Mary Beth ’98 and John W. Carroll

Meghan C. Heslin ’01

Janine S. ’95 and William Faustner

Virginia L. Hanson, R.N. ’98

Beverly E. Jacobs ’01

Susan P. ’95 and Dwight F. Matthias

Tara L. Luhrs ’98

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 3, 8 65 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 4 %

Catherine A. ’01 and Peter McLaughlin

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Arline M. Scotto ’95

Mariaelena L. Modica ’98

Daniel R. Woods ’95

Richard J. Sheeler, Jr. ’98

2002

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

1996

Miyoshi F. Vital ’98

1992 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 2 ,05 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 5 % B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Joseph J. ’92 and Katherine D. Paolo ’92 RED AND BLUE CLUB

Brendan J. ’92 and Virginia Cahalan Eileen M. Long-Chelales ’92 ASSISI SOCIET Y

Donald J. Cranston, Jr. ’92 and Kristen McQuillen Joseph P. Disomma ’92 and Maria DiSomma Erna M. Faber ’92 Honey Marie E. ’92 and Michael Theogene ’94 FRANCISCANS

Sharon A. ’92 and Peter Barone

Carol A. ’98 and Vincent Matteo

1999

Carolina C. Donahue ’01

D O L L A RS R A ISED $1,9 95 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 5 %

Sheena M. McKiernan ’04

2005 Kol You ’05 Michael A. Correra ’05 ASSISI SOCIET Y

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Gabriella Carbonaro ’05

Anthony H. Zalak ’02

Candace Jarrette ’05

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 4 25 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 2 %

James G. Quigley ’96

ASSISI SOCIET Y

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Matthew B. Doyle ’99

Yadira M. Moran-Ulrich ’02 and Eric A. Ulrich ’07

D O L L A RS R A ISED $770 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 3 %

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Brian C. ’96 and Dorothy McMorrow

Antonino Maneri ’99

Patricia A. Morrissey ’96

FRANCISCANS

Sonia Caiazza ’02

Jesse F. ’99 and Sarah McVay

Jo-Anneyre E. McNeil-Cruz ’02 Yadira A. Ramos ’02

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Kenneth J. ’92 and Joann M. Coffin

FRANCISCANS

Lestra William-Cox ’99

Jennifer ’92 and Charles Flynn

Laura A. Aguirre ’96

Gladstone S. Williams ’99

Gina Lynch-Nolan ’92 and Denis Nolan ’87

Christopher M. Coscia ’96 Helen F. Iaria ’96

Aida Nazario ’92

2000

Antoinette Palazzi ’92

Lorraine ’96 and Edward Rasmussen

Julio A. Agosto ’02 and Aura N. Miranda-Agosto

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 8 65 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 25 %

Ferdinand J. Cosentino ’02

Diane ’92 and I. Peter Rayo

Daisy P. ’96 and Irwin Weinstein

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Elizabeth C. Eames ’02 James W. Keating ’02

Kathleen A. Lockwood ’00

Bellana Laven ’02 and Vadim Aguvyev

1993

1997

Laura L. Eisenzopf ’00

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 245 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 2 %

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 6,0 4 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 5 %

Deborah J. ’00 and Cornelius McDougald

ASSISI SOCIET Y

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Deborah E. Schreiner ’00

Mary T. ’93 and Dennis M. Ross

Kathleen B. Fraser ’97

Zaida ’00 and Thomas Torazzo

Shernette C. Walters ’93

Javier I. Lezamiz ’97

FRANCISCANS

FRANCISCANS

Michael A. MacIntyre ’97

FRANCISCANS

Tracy M. DeMarco ’02

Matthew J. Mari ’02

Michael T. Matassa ’05 Gerard McEntee ’05 Danny ’05 and Ivette Plaza Jose M. Ramos ’05 Terence C. Reese ’05 James Toscano ’05 FRANCISCANS

Adam D. Bernstein ’05 Lisa M. Deblasio ’05 Carl P. Esposito ’05 Dorrel George ’05 Tiffany A. Livingstone ’05 Anthony J. Morales ’05 Steven B. Mudd ’05 Fredy F. Vinansaca ’05

2006

2003

D O L L A RS R A ISED $1,0 67 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 4 %

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 2 ,510 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 3 %

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Stacy N. Alphonso ’00

FRANCISCANS

Hector Vega ’06

Elizabeth A. Gillespie ’93

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Kende C. ’00 and Luann Downer

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Carmela M. Ruberto ’93

Deborah A. ’97 and Francis X. Holt ’71

Jesse T. Gomez ’00

Peter E. Felvegi ’03

Jennifer Matteo-Acosta ’06

Whitney Goit ’03

David E. ’97 and Eugenia Moskowitz

John J. Hayes ’00

Rosmery C. Camilo ’06

Matthew E. Hickey ’00

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Erin S. Golembiewski ’06

Earl J. Brewster ’03

Alfonso Lopez ’06

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Lenore H. ’00 and Richard Punzone

Joanne B. Cambridge ’97

Nicholas Rodriguez ’00

George Cataudella ’03

FRANCISCANS

David B. Gardella ’97

Anthony C. Tomasulo ’00

William C. Daniels ’03

Jason Attard ’06

Christopher M. Gibbons ’97 and Bevin K. Meade-Gibbons ’98

Eulene A. ’00 and Ira Workman

Borislav G. Guenov ’03

William J. ’06 and Patricia Cruz

Kristofor W. ’03 and Mary T. Nelson

Alex Ennefils ’06

Thomas M. Rivera, Jr. ’03

Elizabeth T. Khalevich ’06

Gina F. ’03 and Michael T. Strochansky ’01

Thomas L. ’06 and Brenda McCabe

FRANCISCANS

Jaime S. Romany ’06

Janice Chavez ’03

Melissa C. Rubino ’06

Michelle A. Guarascio ’03

Jennifer L. Travers ’06

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Janelle G. John ’03

Anthony J. Trimboli ’06

Thomas P. Devlin ’01

Thomas E. ’03 and Ann Kelly

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Joseph C. Librera ’03

2007

Matthew C. Hogan ’01

Chris J. Maldonado ’03

Olga M. Macolino ’01

Joseph J. Williams ’03

1998

ASSISI SOCIET Y

REMSEN STREET CLUB

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 2 ,115 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 4 %

2004

Matthew P. Dory ’01

D O L L A RS R A ISED $1, 410 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 1%

RED AND BLUE CLUB

1994 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 920 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 4 % ASSISI SOCIET Y

James P. ’94 and Andrea L. Cahalan Pamela G. ’94 and Robert Cangelosi Charles M. O’Donnell ’94

Erez, Ph.D. ’97 and Rosalin Shochat

2001

Michael ’94 and Honey Marie E. Theogene ’92

Jennifer ’97 and Jason R. Woods

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 9,9 4 3 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 6 %

Melissa K. Wobbe ’94

FRANCISCANS

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Cathy Colon ’97

Patrick J. ’01 and Christina Dugan

Erica M. ’94 and Raymond Zawrotniak

John F. ’97 and Julia Emilio Tricia A. ’97 and Robert Francisci

FRANCISCANS

Marjorie Garraway ’97

Josephine V. Baldwin ’94

Myrna E. ’97 and Jon Nieves

Stephanie R. ’94 and John Ganley

Dr. Madeline Perez ’97

Windell Moore ’94 Lisa Perrotta-Mastrandrea ’94 and Steve Mastrandrea Anna L. Soto ’94

1995

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

D O L L A RS R A ISED $1, 2 95 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 4 %

RED AND BLUE CLUB

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Mary ’95 and Robert Belknap

Rev. Josephjude C. Gannon ’98 Danielle Santucci-Gracchi ’98 and Salvatore Gracchi John N. ’98 and Mary E. Wlaysewski

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John F. Conforti ’01

D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 2 ,725 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 6 %

Bulent F. Kirimca ’07

Renee J. Hertz ’01

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Eric A. Ulrich ’07 and Yadira M. Moran-Ulrich ’02

Kathleen F. Lynch ’01

Robert A. Oliva ’04

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Angela K. ’01 and William F. Manekas

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Catrina E. Avvento ’07

Charles A. Giardino ’04

Megan A. Day ’07

Marthanie Felix ’01

Monica Michalski ’01 Srdjan Mihaljevic ’01

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Daniel P. Klein ’04

Harriet Dunn ’07 Justina K. Lopez ’07

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED


Judith C. Ricciardo ’07

Ayodeji K. Babalola ’10

Laura Hoepker ’14

George and Michele L. Noulas

Samuel M. ’07 and Virginia Rivera

Detelina D. Dimitrova ’10

Christina F. Pizzitola ’14

Mariann O’Donnell

Leslie S. Jacobson, Ph.D. BT and Dr. Norman Gervitz

Kimberly A. Vinciguerra ’07

Brian P. Goetz ’10

Joseph P. Schmucker ’14

Barry H. Nudelman

David Kahn, Esq.

Donna M. and John M. Pimpinella

Sheila Kaplan

Nicolas A. Caramico ’15

Anibal and Elvie P. Roman

Martin L. Keating Denis P. and Carol A. Kelleher

FRANCISCANS

Gary C. Gurreri ’10

C L A S S O F 2 01 5

Jessica E. Bergin ’07

Ashley C. Kalmar ’10

Natasha Boutin ’07

Matthew A. Linkus ’10

Nicole M. Cisek ’15

James A. and Veronica M. Rooney

Erica Diaz ’07

Richard E. Loutfi ’10

Kevin Conion ’15

Robert and Cheryl Siemer

John Kime

Andrew Dunn ’07

Daniel P. McGrisken ’10

Leo D. Goldman ’15

Catherine V. Thompson

Werner H. and Sarah A. Kramarsky

Tara M. ’07 and William Flood

Ryan M. McGrisken ’10

Antoni and Diane Tokarz

Michael and Tatiana Lefkowitz

Antoinette Gallo ’07

Jaclyn P. Mistretta ’10

Alfred R. and Joanne Toscano

Michael Lehner

Catherine M. Gichenje ’07

Angelica Padalino ’10

PA R E N T S

Joseph B. Pantaleo ’07

David R. Pisani ’10 and Jennifer R. Corzine-Pisani

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Christina M. Patti ’07 Sabine Phineus ’07 Jenna T. Scotti ’07 Jaclyn M. Scotto ’07 Robert T. Shea ’07 Michael P. Sheehan ’07 Christopher Vincenti ’07

2008 D O L L A RS R A ISED $1, 355 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 3 % RED AND BLUE CLUB

Cora D. Clark ’08 ASSISI SOCIET Y

Michael J. Aiello ’08 Benjamin K. Barnett ’08 Sonia E. Chevannes ’08 Lenin Deliz ’08 Christina M. Lindsay ’08 Gaetano Musarella-Conti ’08 FRANCISCANS

Jesse D. Acevedo ’08 Matthew G. Bertolotti ’08 Liliana N. Budesa ’08 Michael A. Estrella ’08 William T. Hanauer ’08 Georgette A. Loutfi ’08 Brian D. Morales ’08 Aniello Napoli ’08 Jaraline A. Ocasio ’08 Rebecca T. Roldan ’08 Leighton M. Smith ’08

2009 D O L L A RS R A ISED $ 98 5 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 2 %

Maria L. Rojas ’10 Sabrina Simmons ’10

D O L L A RS R A ISED $1, 4 8 0 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 8 %

Victoria M. Bombe ’11

Thomas E. and Patricia L. Alberto

Anthony Caraccio ’11

Maria Rose A. Massa

Michael Lasky, Esq. and Margaret Einhorn

Brian P. and Marilyn B. O’Neill

Dolores Kenan ’11

June A. ’76 and Ronald H. McGrisken ’80

Joseph Pedicino

Alexander Semotan ’11

Joseph Stuto

FRANCISCANS

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Owen ’74 and Sally Quinn

Jeremie P. Borrero ’11

Patricia A. ’83 and Jerome Williams ’76

Renee T. and Joseph N. Siggia

Michelle Franco ’11

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Luz A. Ulloa

Anthony R. ’11 and Denise Giannone

Michael E. and Marija F. Wierzbicki

Gina D. Giles ’11

Myrna and John F. Donodeo

Ronald T. DeFranco ’11 Tara A. Garone ’11

Kevin T. Conlon ’11

Kerri L. Jordan ’11 Moriah L. Kreppein ’11 Andrew J. Lasky ’11 Alvita L. Lorenzo-Echevarria ’11 Katherine A. Manwell ’11 Nicole M. Montoro ’11 Tiana L. Moore ’11 Kristen F. Morale ’11 Francis M. O’Neill ’11 John J. Palastro ’11 Ivan N. Richard ’11 Michael A. Rossomando ’11 Vera Y. Scott ’11

Jason M. Velardi ’11

CURRENT STUDENT GIVING C L A S S O F 2 01 2

Sonia Gutkin ’09

Joseph M. Acciarito ’12

Jennie A. Rota ’09

Diana M. Borrometi ’12

2010

Jaime F. Squeri ’12 Teresa R. Terenzi ’12

D O L L A RS R A ISED $1,0 0 8 C L A S S PA R TI CIPATI O N 5 %

C L A S S O F 2 01 3

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Ryan A. Fierro ’13

Bryan A. Anderson ’10

Andrew L. Flores ’13

Dimitar P. Georgiev ’10

Victoria G. Placido ’13

Robert J. Gildersleeve ’10

Tara D. Santos ’13

FRANCISCANS

Hugh E. ’61 and Geraldine A. Gallagher

James M. and Maria L. Leone

FRANCISCANS

Edward R. ’10 and Susan O’Malley

Gerard H. ’60 and Charline Gannon

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Salvatore P. Demma ’09

Antoinette V. LaFemina ’10

Robert J. Dillon ’04

Nicholas J. Baum ’11

Deirdre A. Turner ’11

Matthew S. Kumm ’09

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Daniel W. and Liza Q. Diehl

Gregory J. Baum ’11

Laura R. Mulcahey ’09

John C. Capetanakis ’09

Brendan J. ’68 BT and Barbara A. Dugan

Martin F. and Darlene Cziraky

James and Bernadette Geissler

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

ASSISI SOCIET Y

John F., Esq. ’67 BT and Maureen Tully

Patrick and Geraldine Campbell

Vincent F., Esq. ’72 and Antoinette Pitta

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Benedict Thomas ’11

RED AND BLUE CLUB

Peter J. Brady

CHARTER SOCIET Y

2011

FRANCISCANS

Christine H. Bulger ’13

Robert P. and Dawne Hentrich Robert and Daisy Kreppein Frank D. ’75 and Michele Petrizzo Hector Vega ’06 ASSISI SOCIET Y

Glen and Diana K. Anderson ’77 Vincent M. Barranco Kathleen Bellew Felipe R. and Norma E. Borrero Joseph and Teresa Carbonaro Rosemarie M. Carucci Vincent Ciniglio Beatrice Dini Thomas and Alfa Ferraro Randolph and Agnes Forrester Richard H. ’60 and Charline Gannon Igor Goryachkovsky Charles W. Hogan Dennis M. ’64 and Ann Kennedy Scott and Lorraine Kumm Marvin and Janice R. Lefkowitz Rufo Leon Joseph and Margaret Logiudice Robert and Bernice C. Luhrs Brian J. and Carol S. Madigan Douglas and Laura McCarthy Brian C. ’96 and Dorothy McMorrow James and Melissa McQuade Paul E. and Renate Memi

Jennifer L. Fabri ’14

Alvaro E. and Victoria J. Mora

Rory F. Gilmartin ’14

Robert J. ’71 and Mary E. Murphy

✚ = DECEASED

James P. and Nanette A. Power Lincoln and Jean T. Prince

Anthony F. Trimboli

Frank J., Jr. and Sarah Macchiarola Brian P. Mooney Carol S. Morton Louis J. and Rose Ann Mustacchio Dorothy Olsen Marlin S. Potash, Ed.D. and Thomas Ivanyi Ralph, Esq. and Alexandra M. Preite Robert R. Prisco Frances Resheske Andrew S. Roffe Angela Rosania Nina Rosenwald Howard J. Rubenstein Joseph Savasta Gene Sicignano Charles E. Simpson Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan Robert G. and Kellie M. Sumberac Richard D. Tunick Michael Tynan Scott Weinstein

FRIENDS

Luis A. Flores

Matthew Milbouer

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

John ’77 and Theresa Pastore

RED & BLUE CLUB

C L A S S O F 2 01 4

Christopher M. Antonino ’10

Grace Leonetti

Nicholas Lembo

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Darran Brown PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Nicholas R. Caiazzo, Esq. Steve Cohen REMSEN STREET CLUB

John K. and Maureen H. Andariese The Honorable Michael A. Balboni Eugene P. Beard Stephen M. and Kim Bogart Glenn A. Braica Ralph Bumbaca Carolyn Callahan BT Domenick Cama Stephen J. and Mary E. Dannhauser Edward Drayton Jane C. Duggan Mary Joan Egan Estate of Joseph Egan ✚ David and Karen Eisner

Charles E. Williams lll, Esq. and Margaret E. Williams Robert K. Zak B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Rosario Acquista Scott Bojer Frank Califano Alice A. Callaghan Andrew Catalano Coleen Ceriello-Mehary and Michael G. Mehary Morris A. and Kathleen A. Chin John B. Clark James Clarke Stephen Dadourian James D. and Kristi R. Deasy Luis J. Diaz, Jr. BT

GIVING LEVELS FOUNDERS CIRCLE

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above CHARTER SOCIET Y

$ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Mary Fugelsang

$10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9

Brian Geller

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Joseph G. and Maria E. Genovesi

$ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9

Robert C. Golden and Maureen Moore

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

William Haller

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Allison Heaney and Joe Panacciulli Joel S., Esq. and Nancy I. Hirschtritt Michael J. Holmes

$ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9 $1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

$ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9 RED & BLUE CLUB

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9

Robert Hubbard

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Susan L. Huff BT

$10 0 to $ 249

Sam Jacobs

FRANCISCANS

Gifts to $ 9 9

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Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, Ph.D, D.D.

Paula Hebron

James Bowerman

Donald Elivert

Rev. James King

Robert Hebron

Jim and Lucy Bowers

Dan Ennis

Steven Klar

Gordon and Lorraine A. DiPaolo

Lyn S. Hill

Marsilia Boyle

Raimundo Espinal

Glenn Kolonics

B.J. Duffy

Eugene L. and Regina W. Jesinkey

Joseph Brancale

Randy Estrada

Odette A. Konop

Rose F. Dunn

David R. Jones

Josie Brice

James and Joan Fabri

Eileen and Richard S. Kosik

John F. and Kim Esposito

Dr. Ingrid F. Karle

Therese Brinken

John P. Farkas

Hildemarie and Alex Ladouceur

Michael G. Fednochko

Donald E. Kent

Roscoe C. Brown, Jr.

Mark Favorito

William Lanziera

Denise Finnigan

Michael J. Bucknight

Michael and Valerie L. Fenimore

Gregory M. Laspina

Anthony J. Genovesi

Sharon Kerrigan Loman and Lars Loman

Elizabeth Budig

Robert Ferrilli

Harry Laubscher

Billy Goodspeed

Thomas Leonardi

Diane Burke

Thomas Ferris

Domenick Laurendi

Jeffrey L. Hill

Mary D. Lindsay

Edward Butterfoss

Paula Fichtner

Brian T. Leary

Carl Hum

Nicholas S. Lorch

John D. Cagney

Steven Fiedler

Robert and Eileene Leibowitz

Edward R. and Alice A. James

Mark Loughlin, Jr.

Mary Cahalan

Peter Finn

Thomas J. Lennon, III

Thomas Kiley

Philip and Maureen P. Maldari

Andrew P. and Janet Cahalan

Gerard J. Fleming

Kathlyn N. Leonardi

Thomas Kissane

Jesse Masyr

Richard Calcaterra

Eileen M. Flood

Arlene Lieberman

Stephen P. and Bonita F. Kramer

Nikiforos and Lambrina Mathews

Anthony V. Calenda

Thomas D. and Ann Marie Flynn

Margaret and Joseph Lo Giudice

Eric LoGiudice

Francis McArdle

Kathleen A. Cali

Ed Fogarty

Barbara A. Locke

Ronald A. Lopez

Brian McGee

Joseph Callahan

Brian Foley

Henry C. Lombardi

Joseph and Michaela Macchiarola

Joanne Messina

Phillip F. and Norma Canedo

Maureen E. Foley

John Lorch

Robert E. Mackoul

Paul Michels

James and Patricia Cannon

Carol Francescani

Marie O. Louis

William C. McGarry

William J. and Jane B. Murdoch

Walter G. Capece

Celerin R. and Marie C. Francoeur

Robert Lozzi

Martin J. McLaughlin

Susan R. O’Leary

Dr. Kathleen Cashin

Thomas Friemel

Bernice C. and Robert Luhrs

Gerard McNamara

Toni Peterson

Johanna Cassidy

Albert Furst

Rosary Lui

Michael G. Mehary and Coleen Ceriello-Mehary

Gary Pfeltz

Lawrence Cenatiempo

David and Melissa Gallo

Kevin W. Lynch

John R. Prout

Maureen Moore and Robert C. Golden

Ellen R. Cherrick

James Gambino

John Lynch

Megan Quinn

John Clerkin

Dr. Jeffrey R. Gardere

Camille Lyons

Maryjo M. Powell

Janet Rolle

Geoffrey Clyne

J.J. Gartland

Keith C. and Patricia C. MacDonald

Matthew Rosenblatt

Robert Cohen

Annamaria L. Gaudio

Carol S. and Brian J. Madigan

David Rudenstine

Michael M. Cohen

Charles T. Gerace

Michael and Helen Mangan

Jennifer Sage

Brian Coleman

Rob Gervasi

Michael Mangan

Chris Saia

Brian and Gina E. Collins

Rev. Msgr. Jamie Gigantiello

Angelo J. Mangia

Gary Saphire

Thomas Conboy

Katie Gilleran

Emilio Marcigliano

Gerard P. and Tara A. Scannell

Kevin Condon

Gary Giordano

Ramon Martinez, III

Thomas F. Schutte

Hermione Connelly-Landau

Jeff Marx

Suzanne Seery

Anna Constantino

Mary P. Giordano-Atkinson and Richard M. Atkinson

Margaret M. Smith

James P. Conway

Samuel B. and Sharyn H. Gold

Sister Marilyn Trowbridge, S.F.P. BT

Brian E. Cosgrove

Mark and Gina Goldberg

Herman and Marciene S. Mattleman

Edward J. Vierling

Stacie R. Costello

John and Karen E. Gordon

Sean and Eileen McAuley

Nick Vlachos

Joseph Cowhey

Marilyn T. McAuliffe

Jane Walentas

Brother Dennis Cronin

Dr. Karen L. Gould and Dr. Richard M. Simon

Michael and Laura Webb

Kenny Cunningham

Hyacinth Graham

Joan McDonald

Paul G. Williamson

Michael Cusick

Ruth Graziadei

Michael McGovern

Carl D’Alba, Jr.

George L. and Daniela Greco

Ryan J. McHugh

Mark Boccia

Katrina Zafiriadis and Brendan P. Considine

Terence and Kerry A. Greene

Elizabeth McKnight

Collwyn A. B. Butler

Nicholas Zinno

Matthew V. Grieco

Thomas J. Byrne

Rose Zuzworsky

Frank D’Elia

Dana Grossotti

Brendan G. and Jame A. McLoughlin

Thomas F. and Linda Guinan

Joseph A. McManus

Michael and Stefania Gut

Jacqueline McMickens

Leslie-Ann M. Hall

William J. McNally

Stephen A. Harkavy

Melissa and James McQuade

Paula Harney

Renate and Paul E. Memi

Kevin P. Harrington, Jr.

Joe P. Mento

Mark Harris

Frank M. and Irene Mercatante

Marc E. and Yvette S. Harris

Matthew A. and Marykate Meyer

John Henry

Mary Mik

Karen B. Hopkins

Robert J. and Dr. Estelle Miller

Timothy and Erin O. Houston

Anthony Milone

Bill Howell

Patrick and Kathleen Monachino

Andrew Hughes

James C. Morgan

Rocco Iacoviello

Villa Mosconi Restaurant

Edmund H. Immergut

Margaret T. Mullany

Frank and Antonietta Inzerelli

Urbah Mulvehill

S. Jackson

James Murphy

Beverly Jacobs

Santo and Antoinette Musarella

Patricia D. Jefferson

Erik Netcher

Frank T. Jerrahian

Brian Noone

Heff Jones

John Notaro

Mitchell and Margie N. Kapnick

Rhea L. O’Brien

Robert Karp

James O’Brien

Edward J. Kelly

John O’Dea

John Schneider Dorothy M. and Charles W. Schroeder Raymond Siller Mark S. and Annette Taffet Vincent Tavella John L. Thurston Jed Walentas Jay Wartski Charles S. Whelan, Jr. RED & BLUE CLUB

George and Vilma Abi-Hassoun Annamarie Bartone Roger Berkowitz Brother Michel Bettigole, O.S.F.

Dr. Anthony Caprio Steven D. and Jana Cohn Jenna Y. and Richard Coladarci Martin F. Collins William H. Cuddy Frank and Jennie DeCandido Frank Del Maestro Patrick and Kathleen DeStefano John J. and Lynn R. Dillon

Rita D’Amato Louis Damiano

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Ric Dauria

Anthony and Elise Albanese

Dominick and Kerry Davi

Monica Alfernan

Wayne Dawkins

Anthony Alvarez, Jr.

Frank and Lori J. De Lucia

Dominick and Maryann Amorosa

Chris and Robin P. Deissler

Paul F. Amoruso

Jason D. De Leonardo

Andrea Andrews

Michelle DeMarco

Willard and Eleanor Archie

Thomas DeMarco

Timothy J. and Mary B. Doheny

Richard M. Atkinson and Mary P. Giordano-Atkinson

John F. and Myrna Donodeo

Jeffrion L. Aubry

Myles F. Driscoll, Jr.

Lawrence and Lisa M. Derrico

Virginia Avvento

Rocco Fazzo

William Derrough

Gregg and Jennifer Backer

Dean John D. and Emalie P. Feerick

Bro. Eugene T. Devine

Anna Balsamo

Blaise Didio

George Fiala

Albert Benalloul

Justin Dillon

Michael R. Benedetto

Michael A. and Carmela Dimario

Edmond and Barbara Flood Manuel Franquinha Adelino R. Franquinha Robert A. Friedlander Joyce Genovesi Lara J. Genovesi William J. and Deborah Hanley

Michael Den Dekker Frank and Liliane DeRosa

Lou Benevento

Karen A. DiSanto-Grassotti

Mary Bennett

Allan Dobrin

Marguerite Bergin

John and Karen Doherty

Douglas Bernhard

Manette Dubuisson

Otto Bezler

Gina Dugan

Jason Bishop

Joseph P. and Stepanie Dugan

Silvernee C. Harris

William J., Jr. and Christine A. Black

Regina Hawkey

Darren S. Bloch

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Jennifer Eggers Stephen E. Einson

Linda Masi

George McCartney

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED


Patrick O’Keefe

Ethel W. Thompson

Edward W. Connolly

Thomas Lyons

Steven J. Vallo

John O’Sullivan

Terri Thomson

Vanessa Corchia

Donald MacIntyre

Peter J. Venaglia

Matthew G. and Nancy D. Oellinger

Rebecca Tibbets

Michael Corcoran

Philip J. and Lillian Maida

Matthew J. Wasson

Alvin H. Osofsky

The Honorable Paul A. Tokasz

Richard Cowden

Ellie Mandell

John A. Wendell

Paul Pandolf

Nicholas and Pamela Trani

Sister Maureen Coyle

George Manos

Muriel Wilkenson

Blaise F. Parascandola, Esq.

Thomas Treacy

Jo Anne M. Cummings

Louis Manzell

Rhonda R. Winston

Yolanda Parraga

Megan Trombley

Eileen Cush

Larry Marquino

Nancy Woods

Craig Pazarecki

Patricia Trotta

Christopher J. and Evelyn Danaher

William McAllister

Celine Young

Brenda and Robert R. Pepper

Bob Turner

Liz Dennigan

Brian and Maureen McCarthy

Sister Maureen Zick

Audrey M. Petersen

Mark and Jennifer M. Turner

Kate Dennigan

William F. and Grace McClellan

Mark Zulli

Kenneth H. and Judith A. Pforr

Jeffrey R. Turocy

Kelly Devlin

John P. McGee

Joseph Phair

James T. Turrisi

Deborah A. DiBenedetto

Kathleen McGonigle

John M. and Donna M. Pimpinella

Nicholas B. Valastro

Kenneth Dietrich

Jack McGuinness

Joseph Plaia

Dominick F. and Andriana Valletta

Aniello R. Dimeglio

James J. McKeon

Marissa Plaia

Glenn VanBramer and Joni Yoswein

Anthony Diniro

Mary A. McLean

George Politis

The Honorable Albert Vann

William Dobranski

Michael P. Meagher

William J. and Dolores A. Powers

Tony Vederosa

Rick Dolan

Frain Michael

George R. and Claire B. Prezioso

Aaron Venar

Kathleen A. Donohue

Nicky F. Miraglia

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Harry Prince

Howard Weinstein

Sheila Donohue

Ann M. Molitor

Thomas F. Flood

Warren and Patrice Pusz

Alan Weisberg

Michael Dugan

Jennifer Moriarty

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Maureen A. and William Pynn

Michael A. and Ella J. Weiss

Ed Dunn

Cristabelle J. Munnings

Rev. Michael Carrano ’66

Mel A. and Laura A. Pynn

John Welch

Carol A. Dyer

John R. Munroe

James E. Corrigan, Ph.D. ’60

Clara A. Quadrino

Robert Wilkin

Gene Eames

Patrick J. Nash

Joseph Louzonis

Andrew S. Reid

Todd Williams

Barry B. and Patrice Edison

Martin Needelman

June A. McGrisken ’76

Owen D. Reidy

Delora V. Williams

M. J. Emmert

Julia A. Nobile-Bologna

Robert C. Sloane ’66

Michael and Patricia Reilly

Thomas Wilson

Jane B. and Richard Engquist

Thomas O’Shaughan

Herbert and Susan Rein

John Woehrle

Charles Erdmann

Charles P. Oconnor

Ron Rice

Steven and Martha Wolkoff

Theresa B. Feinberg

Meghan Palmiotto

Gerald Galgan, Ph.D.

Janet E. Richards

Kaziem R. Woodbury

Ronald J. and Patricia D. Ferreri

James Pantzis

Wendy Galgan, Ph.D.

Timmy Riches

The Honorable Keith L. Wright

Joseph and Rebecca Feuerherd

Geraldine Pastore

Irma Garcia ’80

Daniel D. Rodriguez

James Yagar

Joseph and Mary A. Fierro

Kelly Polderin

Dennis J. McDermott ’74

Jeffrey and Robin L. Rodus

Andrew and Barbara G. Zambelli

Joan Fogarty

Nanette A. and James P. Power

Edward R. Stewart

Julia A. Rogge

John F. Zenko

Sister Patricia Fox

James Quigley

Linda Werbel Dashefsky

Karlene A. Freeman

Paul Quinlan

Jerome Williams ’76

Doreen Adragna

Michael and Sunni M. Fuller

Bogdan Rak and Galina Chved

Robert M. and Kim E. Rozzi

John L. Afton, Esq.

Jesse E. Fuller

Michael G. and Kathryn B. Reich

Harry Ruhl

Brittany Agron

Tanya Furer

Thomas and Marge Reilly

Gerald Russello

Mary Alestra

Jeanne Gelling

Doris Revilla

Joseph Russo

Dolores Anastasio

Angela J. George

Richard and Nancy Rizzuto

Francis J. Sanzillo

Albert and Anita Artale

Mary Gibbons

Marc A. Rizzuto

Michael Schiraldi

Bridget Barkan

Raymond and Jane M. Gill

Ralph Roiland

George J. Scott

Anthony and Elizabeth Bello

Salvatore J. and Anne M. Giudice

Mary Romano

William D. and Janet Scotto

Lorraine Bennett

Lynn Goldsmith

Lewis and Marlene Rosenbaum

Daniel Seaman

Camille and Oscar B. Bering

Arthur Goldstein

Mary Ruffin

Frank R. Seddio

Nikki Bethel

Kathleen Grant

Stephen R. Sacks

Thomas P. and Dorothy A. Seery

Theresa Blain

John A. Greico

Said Salah

Kenneth Shabinaw

Lynnette T. Brinson

Nicholas Guido

Terry Schaffer

Bryan Shepherd

Patricia Briscoe

Larry Haden

Jack Sheehan

Constantine Sidamon-Eristoff

Terrance J. Brown

Edward Sideri

Barry Silverberg

Hubert and Mary Brybag

Hans-Jergen Hahn and Ursula Hahn

Dr. Richard M. Simon and Dr. Karen L. Gould

Douglas Burnhart

Michael Healer Carol V. Higgins

Angela Siliato-Acciarito and Joseph M. Acciarito

Nadine Hunter

Cynthia B. Skolnik

GIVING LEVELS

Amjad Hussain

Jerry Skyrnik

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Grace C. Ilchuk

Mr. and Mrs. S. Sommers

Angelo and Ellen Illuzzi

Marvin Spieler

David Ironman

Peter G. Stamm Jr.

Barbara Jacobson

Nicole Steinweiss

Carlos A. and Ines A. Jaime

Denis M. Sullivan

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

Thomas Jones

Robert and Jill Tast

$ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9

Dana Kallman

Joie Tavernise

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

David and Lyn Kaplan

John A. and Jean T. Thomas

Ann and Thomas E. Kelly

Luke Thomas

Harold J. Kelly

Erin Thomas

Angela Kennedy

Ryan Thomas

Kathy Kirran

Gloria Timoney

RED & BLUE CLUB

Rev. Mark J. Lane

Eleanor Tollevsen

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9

Scott Levine

Ann Marie Tonka

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Peter J. and Veronica Loehle

Gary Tully

Ray Lovacco

Scott Usiak

Gary Rosenberg Jan Rosenberg

Timothy H. Slakas Joseph and Linda Small Kevin and Eileen M. Smith Brother Kevin Smith, O.S.F. BT Jane Smith Michael Sobol Laura Sodano Rick Stafford Dr. Frederick and Mari-Lynn Esq., Staton Jean M. Stonier Herminia and Francis X. Sullivan Christine Sullivan Dennis Sullivan Albert H. and Valda Swanke Monica M. Sweeney Dr. Supoj Tanchajja Patricia Thomas

FRANCISCANS

Sophie and Anthony Burns Laura Bycroft Lawrence and Grace Calia Agnes Camini Michael A. Carlson Thomas Casey William and Barbara Castellano Evelyn and Bartolomeo Castellano Charles E. and Cathy A. Cecil Larry Cenatiempo V. Chacon Doreen A. Chisefsky Galina Chved and Bogdan Rak Thomas A. Colella Anthony Colella A. Coletto Gerard T. Conlon Mary Connolly Janet Connolly

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED

FA C U LT Y A N D S TA F F FOUNDER’S CIRCLE

Brendan J. Dugan ’68 BT Frank J. Macchiarola, Ph.D. ’62

REMSEN STREET CLUB

Glenn A. Braica

B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Steven Catalano Brother Gregory Cellini, O.S.F. Alexandria M. Egler Richard Giaquinto, Ph.D. Charles A. Giardino ’04 Geoffrey Horlick, Ph.D. Cheryl Howell, Ph.D. Donald Mulligan ’75 Richard Relkin Susan Richards Susan Saladino, Ph.D. John Thurston Marija F. Wierzbicki

Joseph N. and Renee T. Siggia

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above CHARTER SOCIET Y

$ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

$10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9

$ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9 REMSEN STREET CLUB

$1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

$ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9

$10 0 to $ 249 FRANCISCANS

Gifts to $ 9 9

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RED & BLUE CLUB

Michael Kaminski, D.M.A. Joseph V. Kelly

Brooklyn Chapter — Jack and Jill American Charity

Ferrilli Information Group

Marion Boteju

Fidelity Brokerage Services

Merrill Lynch Retirement Disbursement

Marguerite Burke, Ph.D. ’76

Mitchell Levenberg

Brooklyn Cyclones

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

MetLife Foundation

Guy Carlsen

Matthew A. Linkus

Brooklyn Heights Association

Fillmore Commercial Real Estate

Metro Fire Safety Guards, Inc.

Richard Coladarci

Eric Malijan

Brooklyn Marriott

Fine Finish, Inc.

MFA Financial, Inc.

Brendan Considine

John McNamara, Ph.D.

Brooklyn Sports Ltd

First National Bank New York

Monadnock Construction

Maureen Coughlin, Ph.D.

Chris McNeil

Brown Brothers Harriman

FJC Security Services, Inc.

Montoya Rodriguez, P.C.

Joseph Cummings

Brian D. Morales ’10

Brown & Weinraub, PLLC

Fontbonne Hall Academy

Monty Q’s Ristorante

Angel Devarez

Steven J. Mullins ’83

Bruno’s Hardware

Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn

Morgan Stanley

Arthur DiClementi ’66

Abigail Nicolas

Bulldog Graphic Solutions

Friends Cultural Institutions

My Little Pizzeria

Peter Gomori, Ph.D.

Eric W. Platt, Ph.D. Debra A. Reecks-Rodgers

Futures In Education Foundation, Inc.

National Grid

Matthew Hogan

Business Council New York State, Inc.

Timothy Houlihan, Ph.D.

Miriam Salholz, Ph.D.

C&C Catering Service Ltd.

G. Fazio Construction Co., Inc.

Joseph Marino, Ph.D. ’68

Jason J. Scharf

Caffe Buon Gusto

General Atlantic

Candid Litho Printing Ltd.

General Electric Foundation

Capital One Matching Gifts Program

George Kehm, Esq.

Capital One N.A.

Gott Corp.

Yadira Moran-Ulrich ’02

Sabrina Simmons

Kathleen Nolan, Ph.D.

Arnold J. Sparr, Ph.D.

Robert Oliva ’04

Celeste A. Van Nice

Kevin O’Rourke

Susan Weisman

John Ragno

Brook Wiers

Brother Robert Schaefer, O.S.F.

Brett Wierzbicki

ASSISI SOCIET Y

Jennifer B. Wingate, Ph.D.

Catrina Avvento ’07 Benjamin Barnett ’08 Anne Bove Nicholas Canedo Louis Celano ’71 Donna DeSiena Harriet Dunn ’07 Ann Farrell David Gardella ’97 Brother Gary Gaynor, O.S.F. ’64 Uwe Gielen, Ph.D. Erin S. Golembiewski ’06 Francis Greene, Ph.D. Michele Hirsch, Ph.D. Leonard Honig Lynne Jackson, Ph.D. Andrew Johnston, Jr. John Lombardo Monica Michalski ’01 Brenda Milano Roxanne Persaud Danny Plaza ’05

C O R P O R AT I O N S A N D F O U N DAT I O N S 150 Broadway NY Associates LP 3rd Ave Rest Group, Ltd.

Casa Rosa Catch-24 Advertising Design Caterpillar Foundation Catholic Cemeteries Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens Caxton Foundation CB Richard Ellis, Inc. Center For Integrated Teacher Education

Gotham Color Grand Canyon Restaurant Grant Thornton Greenberg Traurig LLP HBO Health Plus Heights Cafe Heights Chateau Henry Luce Foundation

National Grid Matching Gifts Program National Italian American Foundation, Inc. National League American Pen Women, Inc. New Evangelization Television New York Community Trust New York Life Foundation New York Marriott Marquis Times Square New York State Shields, Inc. New York Stock Exchange NGA Associates LLC Nick’s Fine Jewelry

Henry M. Hald Hs Association

O’Connor Davies Munns Dobbins, LLP

Hillman Partners Ltd.

O’Keefe’s Bar

Hudson City Savings Bank

Optec Communications, Inc.

Hunter’s Steak Ale House

Oscar De La Hoya Foundation

IABS Charities, Inc.

Pace Plumbing Corp.

IBM

Park Strategies, LLC

Ingram Hebron Realty

Patcon Associates Ltd

ISS Facility Services

Penske Automotive Group, Inc.

J.N. Savasta Corp.

Penzone

JP Morgan

PepsiCo Foundation

James J Buckley Restaurant JMS Foundation

The Peter & Caroline Striano Foundation

John Henry’s HVAC

Pete’s Downtown Restaurant

John Weir Flowers

Pfizer

A.J.W. Properties Management, Inc.

Chadwick’s Restaurant

Academy Services, Inc.

Chevron Matching Gift Program

Acquista Food Services

Chevrontexaco

Admore Air Conditioning Corp.

Chubb Son

ADP Foundation

CLA-East

AIG Insurance

Clark Dodge Company

Alive In Hope Foundation

Cleantech East

Alliance Bernstein

Clearwater Enterprises, Inc.

Alpha Kappa Psi

Clearway Signage Associates

Alpine Trading, Inc.

Clinton Street Barber Shop

Amcor Electrical Contracting Corp. American Airlines

Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York, Inc.

American Beer Distributing Company

Colgate-Palmolive Matching Gift Program

Johnson & Johnson Matching Grants Program

Photoreal

American Housewares Supply Depot

Committee To Re-Elect Ed Towns

Joseph P. Clavin Sons Joseph P. Day Realty Corp.

Pitta, Bishop, Del Giorno Giblin, LLC

Charter Dinner Raffle

Pipin’s Pub

Brother Dominic F. Quigley, O.S.F. ’71

Anonymous

Community Counseling Services Co., Inc.

Kam Contracting New York

PJ Callahan Foundation

Aon Foundation

Consolidated Edison, Inc.

Kenneth Brown

P.J. Hanley’s Restaurant

Judith Ricciardo ’07

Armando’s Restaurant

Council School Supervisors

Kidderbrook Associates LLC

PNC Foundation

Erez Shochat, Ph.D. ’97

Arthur J. Gallagher Co.

Court Order

Kime Distributing, Inc.

Praxis Public Relations, Inc.

Fred Siegel, Ph.D.

Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation

Court Street Office Supplies

Kimmel Foundation

Printcraft Graphics

Frank Sorrentino, Ph.D.

Astoria Federal Savings

Cross-Fire Security Co.

KPMG Foundation

Proskauer Rose LLP

Elaine Thompson

Aunt Suzie’s Restaurant

Crown Trophy

La Bagel Delight

Prudential Foundation

Jaclyn Weber

Aviator Sports Recreation LLC

Cullen & Dykman, LLP

La Traviata Restaurant

Prudential Insurance

Raymond Wendt ’71

AXA Foundation

Cumberland Packing Corp.

Lassen & Hennigs Catering

Queen Marie Italian Restaurant

Brother Edward Wesley, O.S.F. ’68

Ayco Charitable Foundation

D’Arcangelo Co., LLP

Laura B. Vogler Foundation, Inc.

Queens County Savings Bank

Marie Zachary

Azzuro Shoe Repair

David Shannon Florist

Quentin Travel Service

FRANCISCANS

B. Geller Restoration

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

The Lawrence I. and Blanche H. Rhodes Memorial Fund

Christopher M. Antonino ’10

Bamonte’s Restaurant

Deville Charter Service

Leone Funeral Home

Bank America Charitable Foundation

Diocesan Food Service

Lockheed Martin

Ram Abstract Ltd.

Ayodeji K. Babalola ’10

Dow Chemical Foundation

Bank New York Mellon

Eamonn’s Restaurant

Lynch Development Associates, Inc.

Barnes & Noble

Educational Housing Services, Inc.

BDO Seidman, LLP

Estate of J. Vincent Gallagher

Bed Stuy Restoration

Estate of Joseph Egan

BHRC Bishop Ford High School

Exhibition Employees Union Local 829

Bishop Loughlin High School

ExxonMobil Foundation

Bridge Cleaners

Farrell Fritz, PC

Bristol-Myers Employee Giving Program

Farrell’s Bar

Brooklyn Academy Music

Ferrantino Fuel

Cathal Quigley ’75

Jeanette B. Baker Sister Colleen Colbert, O.P. Maryann DeMartino John R. Dilyard, Ph.D. Carolina C. Donahue ’01 David Gansell Ruben N. Gonzalez ’04 Renee Goodstein, Ph.D. Brother Thomas Grady, O.S.F. ’68 Julio Huato, Ph.D. Christine N. Jahier Sofiya Kagan

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Fast Track Construction

Macrow Foundation Mallozzi Dwyer, P.C. Marco Polo Restaurant May Ellen Gerald Ritter Foundation McCabe Associates Mechanic Group, Inc. Medtronic Foundation Matching Gifts Merck Partnership For Giving Mercury Public Affairs, LLC

Quikfund Tracey R.E. Remsen Graphics Ridgewood Foundation Ridgewood Savings Bank The River Café Roman Catholic Diocese Brooklyn RPT Physical Therapy Rubenstein Associates, Inc. RuffaloCody Ryant Enterprises Sage Coombe Architects Samuel A. Ramirez Co., Inc. Shelter Express Corp. Smith & Laquercia, LLP

Ferrara Bros Building Materials

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED


Sovereign Bank

Robert J. ’61 and Mary Ball

Peter J. Callahan ’63

Timothy P. ’59 and Jane Davey

St. Bernard’s School

Dr. David ’43 and Agnes Ballantine

Mary E. Callahan ’80

George C. Davey ’61

Dr. Zachary ’38 and Judith G. Ephraim

St. Edmund Preparatory High School

Sister Grace A. Baran, C.S.J. ’67

Candid Litho Printing Ltd.

David Shannon Florist

Carl P. Esposito ’05

Elizabeth, R.N. ’84 and Dr. Carmine Cammarosano

Raymond G. ’56 and Rosaria Dawid

Louis A. ’71 and Pauline Esposito

St. Francis Prep High School

Salvatore V. ’75 and Serena Barbuzza

John F. and Kim Esposito

St. Joseph St. Thomas Church

James M. ’65 and Irene A. Barling

Frank P. ’67 and Mary Cannistra

Joseph A., Ed.D. ’52 and Joan De Oliveira

St. Francis Book Store

Robert T. ’68 and Patricia Barlow

Robert W. Carey, D.D.S. ’38

Gloria A. ’79 and Frank DeCrescenzo

Patricia B. Fallon ’80

Stanley B. Tunick Foundation

William T. ’62 and Lois Barnewold

Lorraine J. Carlozzi ’78

George P. DeGeorge ’63

Sterling Affair

Daniel F. ’69 and Maria Barry

Guy and Carol Carlsen

Sean A., Ph.D. ’66 and Marion Fanelli

Structure Tone Superior Printing Litho

Sallyann G. ’85 and Richard Bartels

Lawrence R. ’88 and Patricia Carlucci

Vincent ’72 BT and Denise DeGiaimo

T Rowe Price Associates

Hector Batista ’84 BT

TD Bank

Donald J. ’62 and Jane Esters

Ann Farrell

Chris and Robin P. Deissler

Thomas M. ’65 and Georgia Fasano

Rev. Michael A. Carrano ’66

Deloitte Touche & Tohmatsu

Gerard J., U.S.M.C. ’55 and Alice Baxter

Philip A. ’71 and Joann M. Caserta

Mario R. ’75 and Febronia DeLuca

Donald J. ’77 and Kathryn Faughnan

John B. ’77 and Margaret Casey

Msgr. Michael J. Dempsey ’52

Martin ’50 and Sara Fazio

BDO Seidman, LLP

John J. ’70 and Elizabeth Casey

Michael J. Beaury ’80

Margaret M. Casey ’76

William L. ’63 and Beverly Dempsey

Raymond M. Feeney ’67 and Judy Latta

Mary ’95 and Robert Belknap

William F. ’51 and Dolores Casey William P. ’63 and Elizabeth Casey

Pasquale C. ’73 and Joann M. DePalma

William D. ’58 and Jean Feimer

Joseph J. Belmonte ’88 George C. ’59 and Betty Bergleitner

Bernard J. ’64 and Eileen Casserly

Dr. Dominick P. ’64 and Rosemary DePaola

Jack L. ’73 and Beverly Fellin

Donna DeSiena

Rev. Kieran Fergus, O.P. ’57

Joseph C. ’63 and Della Dettling James F. ’69 and Kathleen DeVarso

Vincent A. ’78 and Theresa Ferraioli

Arthur ’66 and Paula S. DiClementi

John J. ’76 and Arlene Ferrante

Lawrence Cenatiempo

Blaise Didio

John C. ’71 and Eileen Ferraro

Ernest V. ’72 and Ann DiFranchi

Joseph ’56 and Joan Ferris

Stephen M. and Kim Bogart

Robert W. ’53 and Eleanor Chambers

Al ’78 and Chris DiGuido

John J. ’83 and Joan Ferro

Robert G. ’68 and Margaret Bombara

Thomas F. ’65 and Sandra Clougher

John R. Dilyard, Ph.D.

Mark ’83 and Dolores Ferro ’83

Beatrice Dini

Robert A. ’65 and Marianne Ficarra

Roy F. Bonner ’51

Richard C. ’67 and Anne Coccaro

Gerard C. DiStefano ’64

Richard M. ’66 and Linda Bourne

John F. ’64 and Anne Coffey

Alfonso G. ’72 and Roseann Figliolia

Edward D. Bova ’69

Kevin M. Coffey ’68

Joseph M. ’67 and Joelle DiTommaso

Connell J. ’58 and Claire Boyle

Timothy J. ’78 and Celeste Cole

Rodrigue Domingue ’88

John M. ’60 and Carol Fitzgerald

Wi-Pie, Inc.

James F. Bozart ’86 and Donald B. Winston

Thomas J. Colgan, PE ’45

Maria Donini ’86

Thomas A. Fitzpatrick ’50

Xaverian High School

Brian and Gina E. Collins

Joseph A. ’72 and Carollee Donnelly

Virginia ’83 and Thomas F. Flahive

Vincent C. Bracco ’52

Richard J. ’68 and Mary Collins

Franey M., Jr. ’68 and Barbara Donovan

Msgr. William J. Flood ’53

Paul C. ’64 and Sandra Donovan

Thomas J. ’65 and Valerie Foley

Teitler & Teitler LLP Third Long ThyssenKrupp Elevator Time Warner Foundation Top Rank, Inc. Trans Video Communications Inc. Trolman Glaser Lichtman P.C. Turner Construction Tyco United Health Care Northeast United Way United Way New York City Valley Stream Mortgage Corp. Vanguard Charitable Endowment Verizon Foundation Villa Mosconi Restaurant Wachtel Masyr, LLP Waldorf Associates Wells Fargo Foundation Wells Fargo United Way Campaign

Camille and Oscar B. Bering

Joseph E. ’51 and Marilynn Castana

John A. Bertone ’51

Steven Catalano

Anthony ’54 and Kathleen Bertuglia

Anthony ’51 and Margaret Caulfield

Anne V. Beverly, C.S.J. ’65 Arthur E. ’61 and Eleanor Beyer

Mary Bradley, C.S.J. ’59 Anthony P. Braginetz ’42

1859 SOCIETY

John E. Brandt ’75

CONSISTENT DONORS 5 YEARS +

James R. ’49 and Delores Brannigan

Dr. Alfonse Acciani ’49 Acquista Food Servics Edgar A. ’70 and Mary Adamson Anthony J. ’49 and Lillian Agoglia E. Kevin ’82 and Dianne Agoglia Emmet J. ’52 and Carroll Agoglia Julio A. Agosto ’02 and Aura N. Miranda-Agosto Michael J. Aiello ’08 Anthony ’66 and Evelyn Alaimo Margaret M. ’87 and Steven Alaimo Stephen E. ’79 and Joan S. Albright Robert A. ’67 and Mary Alessandro Blair ’46 and Dorothea A. Allen Kenneth R. ’65 and Joyce Allex Anthony E. ’69 and Rosemarie Amodeo Edward J. ’69 and Eileen Anderson Lisa M. Andersen-Yurman ’83 and Joseph L. Yurman

George ’70 and Deborah Brennan Neil F., Jr. ’56 and Eileen Brogan John P. ’71 and Kathleen P. Brolly

Daniel J. ’64 and Carol F. Cavanagh

Carmelo ’52 and Anna Colombo Consolidated Edison Patrick W. Condren ’71 Gerard P. ’73 and Anne T. Conlon ’76 Maureen F. ’80 and John T. Connell Hermione Connelly-Landau

Daniel J. ’71 and Mary Brouder

Brother Leonard Conway, O.S.F. ’71 BT

Dr. Clarence ’76 and Annye Brown

Madeline Conway ’79

Brown Brothers Harriman

Walter J. ’64 and Patricia Cook

Joseph T. ’68 and Karyn Browne

John R. ’51 and Ursula Corbett

Michael E. ’62 and Mary Browne Edward J. Burden ’51

Michael T. ’69 and Margaret Corcoran

Brother James B. Burke, S.M. ’72

James E. Corrigan, Ph.D. ’60

John Burke ’74

Mary R. Coughlin ’74

Michael G. ’68 and Pamela Burke

Paul R. ’75 and Virginia Cronen

Robert S. Burns ’72

Stephen M. Cronin ’70

Sophie and Anthony Burns Philip A. Buttling ’59

John T. ’63 and Margaret A. Cronin ’81

Mary Ann Byrnes ’85

Cullen & Dykman, LLP

C & C Catering Service, Ltd.

Ronald F. ’57 and Katherine Cunningham

Joseph A. ’78 and Maryann Cacchioli

Michael ’85 and Lisa Curti

Thomas F. ’50 and Josephine Cacciola

Gerald A. ’58 and Linda Curtin

Brendan J. ’92 and Virginia Cahalan

Leonard J. ’70 and Concetta Cutrone

Sonia Caiazza ’02

Anne C. ’76 and Victor Dagenais

Charles J. ’59 and Mary Cain

Orville W. Dale BT

Richard Calcaterra

Kenneth D. ’88 and Laurie Daly

Astoria Federal Savings

Anthony J. ’63 and Phyllis Cali

Roger J. ’52 and Jane Daly

Christine M. Azzolini ’95

Lawrence and Grace Calia

Frank ’63 and Ednamae Dambeck

Jeanette B. Baker

Thomas J. ’65 and Eileen Callaghan

Bart A. ’72 and Jane D’Ambra

Leo P. Callahan ’56

Joseph F. BT and Marcia D’Angelo

Michael L. Andreola ’75 Vincent R. ’72 and Dorothy Aperawic Edward P. ’60 and Carmen Aquilone William C. ’79 and Rebecca B. ’80 Armstrong

Claire J. ’77 and Leonard Baker George D. Balduzy ’51

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED

Edward R. ’71 and Angela Curty

Dr. Frank N. D’Ambra ’58

Matthew P. Dory ’01 Edward J., Jr. ’63 and Maureen Dougherty James F., Ph.D. ’66 and Patricia Dougherty Vincent J. Dougherty ’68 Albert G. Doumar ’57 Francis H. ’51 and Margaret M. Dowd John M. Downing ’59 Patricia Dray ’77 Robert E. ’58 and Adrienne Duane

Eugene J. Feldhaus ’63 Peter E. Felvegi ’03

John J. ’60 and Dorothy Finan

Tara M. ’07 and William Flood Leonard N. ’65 and Angela Florio Fulvia M. Forbes ’74 Joseph P. ’69 and Dorothy Forte Joseph A. ’74 and Darlene Foulke The Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn Manuel Franquinha Kathleen B. Fraser ’97 Frank P. ’78 and Teresa Frattini John J. ’80 and Mary Frawley Joseph T. Freisen ’73 and Maureen A. Finnerty ’82

Paul H. ’51 and Barbara Ducharme Patrick J. ’01 and Christina Dugan Brendan J. ’68 BT and Barbara A. Dugan

GIVING LEVELS

Edward G. Dunn, Jr. ’74

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above

FOUNDERS CIRCLE

Robert F. Dunn ’71

CHARTER SOCIET Y

James E. ’62 and Kathleen Dwane

$ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9

Theodore ’70 and Pamela Dymczynski

PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

Thomas ’78 and Mary Anne Early ’79

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

James W. ’71 and Diane Egan

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Dr. Joseph J. Egan ’61 Walter G. Eggmann ’65 Alexandria M. Egler

$10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9 $ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9 $ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9 REMSEN STREET CLUB

$1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

Stephen E. Einson

$ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9

Laura L. Eisenzopf ’00

RED & BLUE CLUB

Patricia J. ’86 and Richard W. Ekelund

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9

Joseph M. ’71 and Mary Ann Elhilow Anthony J. ’63 and Leslie Embriano

ASSISI SOCIET Y

$10 0 to $ 249 FRANCISCANS

Gifts to $ 9 9

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Frederick D. ’64 and Catherine Furman

Thomas ’61 and Rosalind Hassett

Margaret M. Kennedy ’78 Brian W. ’72 and Mary Kenny

Veronica A. ’82 and Pat A. Mallozzi ’79

Martin P. McNally ’63

David E. Haverty ’81

George W. Gaffney ’67

Stephen J. Hayden ’69

Patricia C. Kerner ’76

Peter E. ’76 and Susan W. Maloney

Michael J. McPartland ’57

Paul ’59 and Marie A. Gale

Donald N. ’68 and May Hayward

John E. ’77 and Susan Kiely

Dominick J. Mancini ’75

D.K. ’69 and Kathleen McQuade

Gerald J., Ph.D. and Wendy W., Ph.D. Galgan

Margaret A. Healy-Horan, C.P.A. ’76 and Thomas M. Horan

Raymond, Esq. ’50 and Sophie Kilanowski

William M. Mancini ’70

Joseph P. ’59 and Claire McQueeney

John J. Gallagher ’62

George Hearn ’50 The Heights Café

Thomas J., Esq. ’69 and Eileen Killeen

Angela K. ’01 and William F. Manekas

Alice M. McTague ’81

Joseph A. Gannon, Ph.D. ’53 and Helena Lacey-Gannon

Mary Anne P. Killeen ’78

Robert C. and Ann Mangone

Gerard H. ’60 and Charline Gannon

Joseph M. Hemway ’84

Sister Alice L. McVey, C.S.J. ’66

William P. ’63 and Judy Kinane

Louis Manzell

Irma Garcia ’80

John E. ’49 and Georgine Hennessy

John G. Melito ’57

Kathleen M. King ’78

Sister Kathleen Geaney, R.S.M. ’68

Paul G. Henning ’67

William ’68 and Annette Knipfing

Nicholas A. Marano ’72 and Jean D. Marrano

Anthony J. ’51 and Louise Mercogliano

James and Bernadette Geissler

Roseann V. Henry ’83

James I. Konkel, C.P.A. ’57

Blaise ’65 and Ruth Marchese

Rev. Randolph J. ’68 and Donna Geminder

William T. ’70 and Maureen Hentrich

Dr. John J. Koster ’68

Joseph F., Ph.D. ’68 and Jane M. Marino

Richard W. ’70 and Joyce Merzbacher

Ralph L., Ph.D. ’52 and Teresa Gentile

Frederick J. ’51 and Marilyn C. Herrmann

Richard J. ’66 and Maria Krauland

John T. ’68 and Camille Gerace

Roger and Susan Hertog

Richard M. ’69 and Judy Giammarco

James T. ’62 and Anne Heverin

Matthew J. ’73 and Mary E. Krsulich

Richard A. Giaquinto, Ed. D.

William J. ’63 and Anne M. Higgins

La Traviata Restaurant

Lyn S. Hill

Anthony J. LaBello ’66

Mary V. Gilbride ’75

Joel S., Esq. and Nancy I. Hirschtritt

Maria F. Laezza-Moggioli

Claudia A. Gilchriest ’80

Peter Hlinka ’50

James P. ’76 and Margaret Gildea

Thomas J. ’64 and Anne Hoban

Sister Mary K. Lane, C.S.J. ’60

Thomas P. ’62 and Louise Gilhooley

Alan H. ’70 and Theresa Hoffman

Rev. William Gill ’51

Matthew C. Hogan ’01

George M., C.P.A. ’70 and Suzanne Gillan

Nino F., Ph.D. and Elizabeth Langiulli

Leonard and Saundra Honig

Thomas M. Laquercia, Esq. ’66

Geoffrey Horlick, Ph.D. and Sally Sherwood

Lassen & Henning Catering

Timothy J. Houlihan, Ph.D.

William G. Lederer ’74

Uwe P. Gielen, Ph.D.

Michael V. Gilmartin ’74 and Ann Munkenbeck Angelo A. Giordano ’70 and Dr. Joann De Leonibus Joseph J. Giovaniello ’70 Henry A. Giron ’90 and Elizabeth Diaz de Giron Eileen E. Gittens ’75 Claudette P. Glasgow ’75 Jayne B. Godlewski ’77 Daniel J. ’50 and Elizabeth A. Golden Erin S. Golembiewski ’06 Ruben N. Gonzalez ’04 Joseph W. ’55 and Eileen Goodey Ian J. Goodwin ’95 John C. ’58 and Barbara Gordon John F. ’57 and Barbara Goydas Brother Thomas Grady, O.S.F. ’68 Michael A. ’68 and Patricia Graham Grant Thornton, LLP Michael ’60 and Jacquelyn Gray Edmund J. Greco ’79

William G. ’58 and Grace Hudson Hudson City Savings Bank Susan L. Huff BT

Charles P. Kowalski ’72 John A. ’70 and Lorraine Krizel

Brother Campion Lally, O.S.F. ’64 Dr. Francis T. Lang ’59

James P. Lawler ’71 Mary A. Ledermann Robert F. ’52 and Judith Lee

Hunters Steak & Ale House

Nancy A. Lento-Misseri ’79 and Vincent Misseri

Edmund H. Immergut

Gerard E. ’54 and Ann M. Lenze

Lee Anne Infantino ’81

John R. ’54 and Theresa Lenze

Lynne K. Jackson, Ph.D.

Maureen T. ’78 and Donald R. Leo

Barbara Jacobson

James D. Leonard ’60

John R. Jacques ’69

John A. ’68 and Eileen C. Leone

William A. ’66 and Maureen Jandovitz

Walter R. Leong ’81

Edward J. ’66 and Kathleen Jaworski

Robert J. ’79 and Marguerite Lindsay

Gary S. ’75 and Joanne M. Jendras Ronald S. ’69 and Peggy Jendras Eugene L. and Regina W. Jesinkey

Patricia M. ’77 and Jeffrey Lesser

Tiffany A. Livingstone ’05 Francis A. ’70 and Victoria Lofaso Patricia A. Logan, C.P.C.U. ’78

Michael J. ’76 and Dianne Mandel

William F. Marmion ’61

Joseph J. ’69 and Mary Martingale

Frederick L. ’69 and Anne I. Michaels

Dr. Victor J. Masi ’89 BT and Teresa Stuto-Masi ’91

Elizabeth G. Mindlin ’81 Frank V. ’57 and Domenica Miniaci

John R. ’63 and Mary Mathis

Robert C. ’54 and Maureen Minion

Carol A. ’98 and Vincent Matteo

Thomas P. ’69 and Josephine Mione

Jennifer Matteo-Acosta ’06 Joseph M., Esq. and Mary Ann Mattone

Dominic J. ’61 and Mary Molignano

George R. ’65 and Mary Mayer

John P. Monaghan ’57

Mary D. Maynard ’75

David M. ’86 and Scarlet Monroe

Robert ’86 and Joan Mazzella

Brother Antonio Montera, O.S.F. ’66

James R., C.P.A. ’64 and Leticia Mazzeo

Montoya Rodriguez, P.C.

Damiano Mazzone ’86

Mark W. Mooney ’59

Edward F. ’65 and Monica McCabe Thomas S. ’74 and Maureen McCabe John M. ’51 and Mary McCarthy Rev. James McConnell ’50 Thomas J. ’62 and Carol McCormack James F. ’78 and Agnes G. McCue John F. ’74 and Elizabeth McCue Rosemary D. ’84 and Frank McCullagh Dennis J. ’74 and Catherine B. ’74 McDermott

Joseph ’78 and Rose Morangelli John J. ’82 and Rita Morano Bernard P. ’61 and Jane G. Morgan William F. ’58 and Eileen Morgan David C. ’63 and Nancy Moriarty Brother Roman Morris, O.S.F. ’63 Colonel John H. ’64 and Pamela Morris Michael P. Morris ’76 and Mary McGovern-Morris ’76 Edward P. Morrissey ’70 Margaret T. Mullany

Edward J. ’59 and Gabrielle McDonough

Terrence V. Mulligan ’91

Joseph P. Clavin & Sons.

Mark E. ’95 and Josephine Loughlin

Steven J. Mullins ’83

Dr. Robert E. ’66 and Judith L. Judge

Francis A. ’63 and Lillian Loughlin

Thomas F. ’73 and Catherine McDonough

William J. Mulrooney, C.P.A. ’81

James F., Jr. ’77 and Joan McElroy

John J., Esq. ’51 and Theresa Munnelly

Robert K. ’65 and Joan Johnson

Gerard C. ’68 BT and Mary Jane Keegan

Leonard G. ’78 and Maryjane Lubrano

Raymond ’62 and Marie Grossman

Raymond F. ’76 and Marianne Keenan

Charles A. ’58 and Marie Ludlow

William R. ’70 and Donna Guarinello

Col. Robert M. ’53 and Patricia Keith

Edward J. ’72 and Lois Machinski

Borislav G. Guenov ’03

Donald M. ’60 and Cathy Kelleher

Charles T. ’68 and Phyllis Gusman

Thomas J. ’62 and Adrienne Keller

Margaret Guthrie ’78 and John Boudreau

Harold F. Kelly, Jr. ’62

Robert C. ’61 and Charlotte Hackett

Anne M. Kelly ’79

Edward J. ’64 and Kathleen Hart

Eugene T. ’56 and Lorraine Moran

John J. ’54 and Lois J. McDonald

Raymond ’51 and Grace McGorry

Patrick A. Hanley ’71 and Patricia Glynn Hanley

Robert P. ’70 and Patrice Moore

John D. ’64 and Maureen Looney

John Weir Flowers

George M. ’76 and Maureen R. Lovaglio

William J. and Deborah Hanley

Monty Q’s Ristorante

James H. ’69 and Frances McDonald

Joseph M. ’57 and Marieanne Keane

Edward J. ’69 and Patricia Groarke

Patrick and Kathleen Monachino

Vito J. ’70 and Carol Loiacono

JMS Foundation

Gerard McEntee ’05

Joseph P. ’68 and Mary A. Gribbin

Peter J. Michel ’63

David A. ’58 and Mary E. Mathis

Joseph S. and Valerie Louzonis

E. J. ’64 and Frances Greiner

William A. ’66 and Barbara Meyer

Thomas J. Mason, Esq. ’61

Mitchell and Margie N. Kapnick

Terence and Kerry A. Greene

David Meyer ’65 and Antonia Lamoureux-Meyer Thomas T. ’63 and Penelope Meyer

Sister Kathleen Kane ’61

Richard M. ’72 and Antoinette Greene

Edmond ’72 and Gail McTigue

Lawrence A. ’72 BT and Karen Marsiello

Thomas A. ’65 and Margaret Loughrey

Richard A. Greene ’78

Martin T. McNeill ’63

Theresa Kelly, R.S.M. ’70 Charles J. ’69 and Noreen Kelly Gerard R. ’63 and June Kelly Julie F. Kelly ’79 Patrick J. ’69 and Beverly Kelly

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Patrick B. ’71 and Patricia McGovern

Edward J. ’59 and Joan Mullaney

Robert H. ’80 and Alicia Mulvena

James H. Murphy, Jr. ’71 and Gretchen Menn Edward T. ’65 and Laura Murphy

Dr. Hugh T. ’49 and Alice McGowan

Rev. Emmet J. Murphy ’82

June A. ’76 and Ronald H. McGrisken ’80

Austin V. ’72 and Mary Murphy Philip D. Murray ’65

Michael A. MacIntyre ’97

Dr. Thomas P. ’51 and Emily McHugh

Harry E. ’70 and Ida Macri

Brian ’80 and Mae McKeon

Paul L., C.L.U. ’72 and Angelina Magnano

Raymond J. ’71 and Nora McKeough

John F. ’61 and Veronica Maguire

Joseph E. ’60 and Rosemarie McLaughlin

Eugene M. ’52 and Maureen Lyons

Thomas H. ’57 and Ellen Maher Timothy D. ’57 and Carol Mahoney Raymond C. ’64 and Nancy Makofske

Robert J. ’71 and Mary E. Murphy Dr. Xavier J. ’43 and Betty Musacchia Louis J. and Rose Ann Mustacchio William P. ’81 and Kathleen Muzyka Francis ’64 and Marian Myskowsky

Harold F. ’56 and Loretta McLeer

Thomas P. ’63 and Marion Napier

Thomas B. McManus ’70

Georgianne ’78 and Joseph J. Nardi

Hugh J., Sr. ’63 and June McMenamin

Raymond P. Nash ’63

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED


National Grid

John M. ’62 and Mary Prenderville

Gary J. Schneider ’64

William P. Tyson ’67

James F. Bozart ’86

Robert M. ’53 and Jeanne Nevin

Peter E. ’70 and Lorraine Provenzale

William R. ’50 and Veronica Schroeder

William E. Ulrich ’75

Kevin J. Breen / Staten Island Yankees

Anthony F. ’72 and Elaine Nicodemo

Susan L. Push ’83

Kevin W. ’69 and Saraann Schultz

Charles F., Jr. ’68 and Maureen M. Vadala

Edward A. ’68 and Dorette Putonti

John J. ’51 and Margaret T. Scibelli

Anthony P. ’71 and Regina Valenti

Darran Brown / Charity Sports Auctions

Kathleen A. Nolan, Ph.D.

Robert, C.P.A. ’74 and Elena Quaratuccio

Michael S. ’52 and Eleanor Sciglibaglio

Paul F. ’69 and Giuseppina Valenti

Chef David Burke

Dominick F. and Andriana Valletta

Thomas J., Ph.D. ’52 and Mary C. Quigley

Vincent M. ’50 and Lydia Sclafani

Rev. Patrick Burns / Blessed Sacrament RC Parish

Frank E. Scott ’73

George A. ’67 and Melanie Vecchione

Cathal P. ’75 and Christabel A. Quigley ’75

Raphael, Esq. ’68 and Mary Scotto

Verizon

Rev. Michael A. Carrano ’66

Verizon Foundation

Robert Catell

James G. Quigley ’96

William P. Shanahan ’50 Robert S. ’71 and Lori Shanley

Richard Vierling

Coleen Ceriello

Matthew A. ’47 and Edna Shannon

Edward J. Vierling

Heights Chateau

Dr. James E. Vincent ’61

Clear Channel Communications

Anthony ’69 and Elaine Viola Joseph M. ’64 and Maureen E. Vislocky

Steve Cohen and Gary J. Perone Jr. / Brooklyn Cyclones

Nick’s Fine Jewelry

Richard T. ’55 and Barbara Nolan Terrance J. ’71 and Irene Nolan Dr. Daniel C. ’61 and Carol Noonan Charles L. ’63 and Alice Novak Joseph A., Jr. ’58 and Ann Nunziata John J. ’64 and Mary O’Boyle

Robert J. Rafferty, C.P.A. ’66 Joseph A. ’91 and Sharon Raftery

Thomas P. ’70 and Elizabeth O’Brien

James J. Raftery ’63

Mary C., C.P.A. ’91 and Edward B. Shaw

Yadira A. Ramos ’02

James P. ’81 and Joanne D. Shea

William ’73 and Joann O’Brien

Michael J. ’72 and Joyce Ranieri

John P. ’58 and Susan Sheehy

John E. ’67 and Mary O’Connor

Michael and Paula Rantz

John R. ’50 and Ann O’Connor

Patrick J. ’68 and Jeanne Reavey

Erez, Ph.D. ’97 and Rosalin Shochat

Richard P. ’70 and Beverly Wagner

Michael J. ’65 and Maura O’Connor

Clifford B. ’69 and Doris Redden

Dr. Joseph T. Skerrett, Jr. ’64

John, C.P.A. ’61 and Mary Wagnes

James F. ’64 and Eileen D. O’Dea

Kevin J. ’78 and Maureen Redden

Cynthia B. Skolnik

Joseph F. ’58 and Caroline Wahl

Joseph P. ’50 and Norma T. O’Donnell

Thomas C. ’49 and Marion Reed

Robert C. ’66 and Pam Sloane

Waldorf Associates

Martin P. ’81 and Eileen K. Regan

Brother Norman Smercak, O.S.F. ’66

William J. Walker, Sr. ’66

Martin P. ’61 and Catherine O’Donnell

Dennis M., L.C.S.W. ’68 and Marie Reilly

John P. ’64 and Janice Smircich

Joseph P. ’61 ✚ and Clare Walker

Brother Kevin Smith, O.S.F. BT

Thomas F. ’73 and Suzanne Oftring

Edward T. ’68 and Susan Reilly

John F. ’75 and Rosa Wall

Robert L. ’72 and Margaret Smith

James M., Ph.D. ’62 and Margaret O’Kane

Francis V. ’50 and Doris Reilly

Dr. Thomas J. ’56 and Ann Wallace

Arnold J. Sparr, Ph.D.

Conrad W. Reitz, Jr. ’62

William J. ’61 and Jane S. Walsh

Thomas G. Oldis ’70

William E. ’63 and Sara Spencer

Richard Relkin

Patrick F. Walsh ’64

Robert A. Oliva ’04

Peter F. ’75 and Mary K. Spiess ’77

Ernest J. ’59 and Mary Restivo

Bishop Emil A. Wcela ’52

Patrick J. ’69 and Elizabeth O’Mara

Julie ’84 and Philip Spinelli

Joyce A. ’79 and Paul E. Reynolds

William J. Weber ’61

Thomas J. ’62 and Donna O’Mara

Joseph M. ’71 and Virginia Rhatigan

Salvatore P. ’70 and Marysue Stallone

Susan Weisman

Mary J. ’81 and Robert Stark

Bernard J. ’58 and Patricia Welsh

Edward D. ’62 and Anne O’Brien

Phyllis C. O’Neill ’81 Joann M. O’Neill-Quinterno ’79 and Steven Quinterno

Ridgewood Savings Bank

Jean M. Stonier

Dennis G. ’74 and Rita Riehman

Martin J., Jr. ’74 and Marilyn O’Reilly

William K. ’61 and Mary A. Storey

Edward J. ’48 and Helen Ritter

Ernest J. ’51 and Elva M. Orlandini

Thomas M. Rivera, Jr. ’03

Deborah A. Strack-Cregan ’83 and Brendan Cregan

Luis J. ’71 and Georgina Rodriguez

Joseph Stuto, D.P.M.

Francis Roland ’40

Michael T., Esq. ’67 and Bernadette Sullivan

Anthony J. ’78 and Maryellen Orlando Steven ’75 and Rita M. Orlando Edward J. Ormond ’70 Kevin S. O’Rourke James F. ’71 and Patricia O’Sullivan Thomas F. ’58 and Dorothy O’Sullivan Peter ’80 and Maria Paguaga John J. ’82 and Jacqueline S. Paguaga ’83 Christopher R. ’89 and Dr. Nenette Palermo James ’67 and Kathleen Palmer Park Strategies, LLC Martin Pasquale ’63 Armand M., Jr. ’80 and Jeanne M. Patella Angelo ’50 and Dorothy Patrissi John A. Pellegrino ’60 John S. Pereira ’66 Charles J. ’69 and Rose M. Pergola

Louis H. ’71 and Mary Roller

Thomas J. BT and Anita Volpe

John Welch Richard J. ’69 and Mary Wendt Joseph C. ’53 and Barbara Wengler Linda Werbel Dashefsky and Lowell Dashefsky Brother Edward Wesley, O.S.F., Ph.D. ’68 Joyce Wierzbowski ’88

Joseph V. DiMauro ’70 B.J. Duffy / Capital One N.A. Brendan J. Dugan ’68 BT Clarissa and Michael Elgarten Lisa Emovi / The Wall Street Journal Patrick J. Fallon ‘71 Thomas F. Flood Fulbright & Jaworski LLP Angelo V. Giusti ’72 / Everlast Worldwide, Inc. Catherine Greene William J. Hogan / NetApp Jessica Kayser / Equinox Michael Lomonaco / Porter House New York Allan Lowenkron / CCE US Bottling Lorraine Lynch ’91 / National Grid Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola Paul Marini

Robert R. Rooney ’75

Lawrence T. ’59 and Catherine Sweeney

Angela Rosania

Joseph M. Szkutnik ’71

Leonard ’48 and Anne Rose

Brother Jeremy Sztabnik, O.S.F. ’63

Frederick G. ’72 and Karen Wissemann

Terese M. Rouge ’71 and Patrick Dolan

T. Rowe Price

Anthony J. ’65 and Dorothy Witt

New England Flag and Banner

John N. ’98 and Mary E. Wlaysewski

Kathleen Noonan / Tiffany & Co.

John P. ’51 and Lucretia Rowley

Annabel C., R.N. ’79 and Michael Tan

Michael O’Keeffe

Katherine R. Russell ’77

Dr. Supoj Tanchajja

Eulene A. ’00 and Ira Workman

Jillian Oliva

Patrick J. ’60 and Eleanor Russo

Donald E. Temple ’68

Robert A. Oliva ’04

Francis W. ’73 and Geraldine Ryan

Michael ’94 and Honey Marie E. ’92 Theogene

Catherine L. ’89 and Thomas Wornom Xaverian High School

Vincent F. Pitta, Esq. ’72

Robert F. ’57 and Virginia Thompson

William Yellin

Cathal Quigley ’75

Richard J. ’61 and Barbara J. Thornton

Anthony H. Zalak ’02

Yvonne Riley-Tepie / TD Bank

Charles J. Zammit ’83

Ron Robbins / RTP Technologies

Marie F. Zangari ’95 Lorraine F., R.N. ’90 and Ira Zapin

Josephine F. Savastano ’87 / Sovereign Bank

Toby L. Zimmerman ’88

Jon Sciambi

Andre Zmurek ’63 and Dr. Barbara Barlow

Eric Spitz / WFAN

Carmine J. ’68 and Victoria Zummo

Phil Stenger / TD Bank

John B. ’63 and Eileen Zurell

Kelvin Suarez / NYSC Brooklyn Heights

Herbert V. ’58 and Mary Ryan Kevin J. ’70 and Valerie Ryan Ludwig ’51 and Anna M. Sabatino Denis J. ’75 BT and Joanne Salamone Robert C. ’86 and Jeannette Salerno

Joseph J. ’68 and Frances Svirida

Patrick A. ’52 and Eleanor Tolve Anthony C. Tomasulo ’00

Delora V. Williams Charles E. Williams lll, Esq. BT and Margaret E. Williams

Carmen J. Torres Cotto ’91

Josephine F. ’87 and Richard Savastano

Anthony S. Tortorelli ’80

Kenneth H. and Judith A. Pforr Laura J. ’80 and Thomas R. Pietro

Dr. Vincent A. Sawicki ’72

Stephen J. ’57 and Lorraine Travers

P.J. Hanley’s Restaurant

Francis M. ’61 and Mary Scahill

Nicole Pluviose ’83

IN-KIND DONORS

Charles P. ’68 and Rita Scalzo

Joseph C. ’71 and Elaine Trentacoste

Michael A. ’72 and Kathleen D. Polito

John J. ’64 and Ann Sceppa

Francis P. ’77 and Maryann Tricamo

Paul Bardo / Ocean Horizons Scuba

Thomas E., Jr. ’57 and Mary Powers

William ’66 and Joan Schildwachter

Joseph ’76 and Jane Tricarico

Steve Biesel and Ralph A. Sellitti ’72 / NY Islanders

Edward J. ’64 and Michelle Powers

Lou A. DiBella / DiBella Entertainment

Patrick ’67 and Sheila Rooney

Stephen Wilantewicz, D.M.D. ’64

Robert S. ’67 and Kathleen Sarli

Pfizer

Scott Dexter / City Cellar Wine Bar and Grill

Superior Printing Litho

John P. ’63 and Margaret Toner

James J. ’73 and Diana Petruzzi

Martin J. Cottingham

John P., Jr. ’64 and Dorothy Rooney

Michael E. ’72 and Michelle Salogub

Frank D. ’75 and Michele Petrizzo

Nicholas R. Caiazzo, Esq.

Brother Robert Schaefer, O.S.F. ’61 Frederick E. ’60 and Jacqueline Schneider

L E G E N D : BT = B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S /

✚ = DECEASED

Joseph R. ’63 and Carol Torpey

Dr. Charles R. Traina ’72

John F., Esq. ’67 BT and Maureen Tully

Joseph and Mary Ann Mattone Dennis J. McDermott ‘74 Maria Milito / Q104.3 Chris Montero / Marquis Jet Mooney / Iburg Family

Anthony R. Passaro ’06 / NET TV

Nicole Steinweiss

Sunflower Fine Art Ed ’70 and Pat Travaglianti John F. Tully, Esq. ’67 BT Patricia Wagner / NY Heliport Michael E. and Marija F. Wierzbicki

Rich M. Bourne ’66 / Asics America Corp.

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2011 Charter Award Dinner Honoring Robert B. Catell and Michael “Buzzy” O’Keeffe DINNER UNDERWRITERS Gerard C. Keegan ’68 Astoria Federal Savings Leighton K. Waters, Jr. Brown Brothers Harriman John F., Esq. ’67 and Maureen Tully

E V E N T B E N E FAC T O R S Barbara G. Koster ’76 Prudential Financial, Inc. Denis J. Salamone ’75 Hudson City Bancorp, Inc. Educational Housing Services Richard Silverman ’64 Bank of America

C O C K TA I L S P O N S O R S Thomas A. Coniff Cullen and Dykman, LLP

The Honorable Alfonse and Katuria D’Amato Park Strategies, LLC

Joseph P. Coppotelli, ’63 Structure Tone

Brendan J. ’68 and Barbara A. Dugan St. Francis College

Kenneth D. Daly, ’88 CFA National Grid New York

Alan and Judith Fishman

Lorraine Lynch ’91 CTP Vice President, U.S. Treasury

ISS Facility Services Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola St. Francis College

William Hogan Net App

Anonymous

BNY Mellon

Waldorf & Associates

P L AT I N U M PA G E S P O N S O R

G O L D PA G E S P O N S O R

Alive in Hope Foundation

Peter Striano Unity Data & Electrical Services, Inc.

Futures in Education

Alber Hot, ’84 Fast Track Construction

TD Bank

S I LV E R PAG E S P O N S O R S Joseph DiMauro, ’70

FNBNY Bankcorp, Inc. Mary and Charles McQuade

Cumberland Packing Corp

Ed Mafoud Damascus Bakery, Inc.

Empire Office

Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens

L-R John Tully ’67, David Burke, Bob Catell, Michael O’Keeffe, Ken Daly ’88, Brendan J. Dugan ’68.

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Dr. Frank J. Macchiarola ’62 with students.

Paul Tonna Praxis Public Relations


F U L L PA G E S P O N S O R S Joseph and Mary Ann Mattone

Frank Califano FJC Security Services

Brooklyn Cyclones

G. Fazio Construction Co, Inc.

Patricia M. Hynes and Roy L. Reardon ’51

Bill Haller Bulldog Graphic Solutions

Denis and Carol Kelleher

Kevin Lynch Lynch Development Associates, Inc.

Edward ’70 and Patricia Travaglianti

Diocesan Food Services

Manodnock Construction, Inc.

Joseph Christopher Mangan ’83

Queens County Savings Bank

Oxford Health Plans NY, Inc.

Cullen and Dykman, LLP

Samuel A. Ramirez & Co., Inc.

Raphael ’68 and Mary Scotto

CAM Electronics

H A L F PA G E S P O N S O R S St. Edmund Preparatory High School Fontbonne Hall Academy John P. Barry and Jeremy Brown Proskauer Rose LLP

Cynthia A. Brown Ruffalocody Thomas Kissane Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School La Bagel Delight

Ridgewood Savings Bank Okapi Partners LLC Neighborhood Counseling Center Clearway Signage Associates & Donorwall Design Group

CB Richard Ellis J.N. Savasta Corp.

DINNE R COMMIT TE E TICKET SU PPORTE RS Joseph Savasta Savasta Company Michael Balboni Balboni Company Alpine Trading Inc. Robert James Oliver

Thomas J. and Anita Volpe Sheila Kaplan Coleen Ceriello Carolyn Callahan MacFadden Communications Group, LLC Michael Lehner

June ’76 and Ronald ’80 McGrisken Steve Quadrino Candid Litho Printing Ltd. Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc. Leslie S. Jacobson, Ph.D.

John Kiely ’77 Academy Bus Tours Cosmo Saginario Grant Thorton LLP R. Robert Prisco

B R O T H E R G E O R G E TA B L E S U P P O R T E R S Meredith and Bill Dawson ’86

Patrick A. Condren ’71 Fillmore Commercial

Dr. Victor J. Masi ’89 and Teresa Stuto-Masi ’91

Dr. Joseph C. Stuto, DPM

BROTHER GEORGE PROGR AM AND TICKET SUPPORTERS Paul G. Williamson

Maureen and John Andariese Michael T. Sullivan ’67

Edward Drayton

James E. Corrigan, Ph.D. ’60 St Francis College

Mrs. Dante S. Dini

Brother Michel Bettigole, O.S.F.

Jo Ann O’Neill-Quinterno ’79

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Guinan

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kreppein

Franciscan Brothers

Robert Hebron

Peter Provenzale ’70

Brother Robert Schaefer, O.S.F. ’61

Rocco and Danielle Papandrea

Jean Stonier

Rose Dunn and Family

Marie Zachary St Francis College

Beth and Stephen Dannhauser

Edward ’68 and Susan Reilly

Lorraine and Gordon DiPaolo

John M. Downing ’59

Ferrilli Information Group

Brian Geller B. Geller Restoration

Rev. Michael A. Carrano ’66

Valerie and Joseph Louzonis St Francis College

New Evangelization Television NET TV

Karen Brooks-Hopkins Brooklyn Academy of Music

Tim Doheny Rose Demolition

Brian J. Campbell ’76

Richard and Jenna Coladarci

Daniel ’64 and Carol Cavanagh Terrence Mulligan ’91

Dr. Cheryl Howell, Dean of Students, St. Francis College

Most Reverend Joseph M. Sullivan

Josephine Savastano ’87

Charles S. Whelan, Jr., The Whelan Group Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York Acquista Food Service, Inc.

Jane Carroll McGroarty

Phyllis C. O’Neill ’81

Michael MacIntyre ’97

Raymond Siller

Joni A. Yoswein Kevin Kearney, Esq.

GIVING LEVELS FOUNDERS CIRCLE

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above CHARTER SOCIET Y

$ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

$10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

$ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CLUB

$ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9 REMSEN STREET CLUB

$1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

$ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9 RED & BLUE CLUB

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9

L-R Edward ’70 and Patricia Travaglianti, Robert and Joan Catell.

L-R Daniel Petsche ’12, Kevin Conlon ’11, Tsveta Kaleynska ’12, Joseph Acciarito ’12, David Loutfi ’13, Kenneth Chapman ‘14.

ASSISI SOCIET Y

(Standing, L-R) Dennis$10 McDermott ’74, Dr. Joseph 0 to $ 249 Stuto, (Seated, L-R) Dr. Victor Masi ’89, Carmine FRANCISCANS Balsamo, John Esposito. Gifts to $ 9 9

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2011 Meadow Brook Club Golf Outing GENER AL TOURNAMENT SPONSORS Pat and Ed Travaglianti ’70 Barbara and Brendan J. Dugan ’68 Richard W. Merzbacher ’70 D’Arcangelo & Co., LLP Alfred Thoben ’70 Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

BUFFET BRUNCH SPONSOR

CART SPONSOR

WE LCOME GIF TS SPONSOR

Joseph DiMauro ’70 Clark Dodge & Company

Sean Heaphy Delta Transportation LLC Clearwater Enterprises

ISS Facility Services

PHOTOGR APHY SPONSOR

CADDIE SPONSOR

Alber Hot ’84 Fast Track Construction

C O C K TA I L R E C E P T I O N S P O N S O R John F., Esq. ’67 and Maureen Tully

Educational Housing Services, Inc.

PRIZE SPONSOR Pace Plumbing

TEE AND GREEN SPONSORS Samuel A. Ramirez & Co., Inc.

Thomas J. Killeen ’69 Farrell Fritz, P.C.

TEE SPONSORS Patrick J. Dugan ’01

Thomas Lawler Kathie and Christopher Lawler Foundation for Senior Priests

Victor J. Masi, D.O. ’89 and Teresa Stuto-Masi ’91

Robert Gartland

GREEN SPONSORS

TE E A N D G R E E N S I G N AG E

Astoria Federal Savings FJC Security

Marriott Marquis Times Square

John Henry’s H.V.A.C. Inc.

George Vogel ’87

Waldorf & Associates

Steve Quadrino Candid Litho Printing Ltd.

Dan Kerning Webhouse

T E E S I G N AG E Diocesan Food Services Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 Admore Air Conditioning

Vincent F. Pitta ’72 Pitta & Giblin LLP Pitta Bishop Del Giorno & Giblin LLC

Denis J. Salamone ’75 Hudson City Savings Bank Chubb Group of Insurance Companies TD Bank

G R E E N S I G N AG E

Rocco Papandrea, CFP CIMA PSS & Associates Wealth Management Advisors / Merrill Lynch

The Honorable Alfonse and Katuria D’Amato Park Strategies, LLC

National Grid

SPECIAL THANKS TO Apollo Jets James F. Bozart ’86 Rich Bonifazio Lou DiBella and DiBella Entertainment Darran Brown CCE US Bottling Companies / Allan Lowenkron Brooklyn Cyclones / Steve Cohen and Gary Perone National Italian American Foundation / Nicholas R. Caiazzo, Esq. Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker LLP Cathy Greene Delta Transportation / Sean Heaphy Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio, Ph.D.,D.D., R.C. Diocese of Brooklyn Rev. Msgr. Jamie Gigantiello, R.C. Diocese of Brooklyn Joseph DiMauro ’70

Barbara and Brendan J. Dugan ’68 Clarissa and Michael Elgarten William Hogan Thomas F. Flood Chris Montero / Marquis Jet Meaghan Kennedy ’13

Jim Nantz New England Flag and Banner Vincent Pitta ’72 Rob Robbins Ridgewood Savings Bank

L-R Reggie Hot, Alber Hot ’84, Walter Leong ’81, Brother Geoffrey Clement.

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Robert Oliva ’04 Staten Island Yankees Steve Biesel and Ralph Sellitti / The New York Islanders Sunflower Fine Art Adrianna Rumayor Nicole Steinweiss Steven Stuto NBA Anthony Passaro ’06 / NET TV TD Bank / Phil Stenger and Yvonne Riley-Tepie Pat and Ed Travaglianti ’70 Adam Userr Patricia Wagner Eric Spitz / WFAN Sports Radio 660 Paul Bardo and Ocean Horizons Scuba NYSC Brooklyn Heights The Wall Street Journal


2010 Bro. Urban Gonnoud, O.S.F. Memorial Golf Classic MAJOR SPONSORS Mike & Paula Rantz

Vincent DeGiaimo ’72

Alber Hot ’84

Domenick Cama

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Ferro ’83

Leonard Lubrano ’78

James Dougherty ’66

Kathleen Fraser ’97

Gerry McNamara

2011 Annual Alumni Reunion Dinner MAJOR SPONSORS Bamonte’s Restaurant

Marjorie Drennan ’78

Patricia Logan ’78

Samuel A. Ramirez & Co.

Paul Caccamo ’97

Bishop Ford High School

Patrick Dugan ’01

Margaret Smith

Catholic Cemeteries

James F. Bozart ’86

Elhilow & Maiocchi, LLP

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

St. Francis Prep

Vincent DeGiaimo ’72

CITE

Louis Esposito ’71

Medical Mgmt. Group

Sterling Affair

Ferrilli Information Grp.

Con Edison

Ferrantino Fuel

Midhattan Woodworking

Sullivan & Kehoe LLP

La Bagel Delight

Walter J. Cook ’64

Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn

John P. Monaghan ’51

Joseph Toto ’62

Thomas Laquercia ’66

James E. Corrigan, Ph.D. ’60

Michael Gallagher ’69

National Grid

Wholesale Marble

PKF

Thomas E. Curley ’61

Michael Henning ’61

Optec Communications

Xaverian H.S.

Tracey Real Estate

Dockers Waterside

Kaufman Organization

Edward Ormond ’70

Blue Water Communications

Joseph P. ‘61 ✚ and Clare Walker

Pratt Institute

GIVING LEVELS FOUNDERS CIRCLE

$ 5 0,0 0 0 and above CHARTER SOCIET Y

$ 25,0 0 0 to $ 49,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL

$10,0 0 0 to $ 24,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE

$ 5,0 0 0 to $ 9,9 9 9 PRESIDENT’S CLUB

$ 2,5 0 0 to $ 4,9 9 9 REMSEN STREET CLUB

$1,0 0 0 to $ 2,49 9 B A LT I C S T R E E T C L U B

$ 5 0 0 to $ 9 9 9 RED & BLUE CLUB

$ 25 0 to $ 49 9 ASSISI SOCIET Y

$10 0 to $ 249 FRANCISCANS

Gifts to $ 9 9

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Endowed Scholarships

RI C HIE A L L EN ’ 9 6 S C H O L A RSHI P

M O N SI G N O R PAU L B R A D L E Y ’37 S C H O L A RSHI P

F R A N K M . C A P U T O M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by friends and family of Richie Allen, a graduate who lost his life on 9-11.

Monsignor Bradley was a decorated Chaplain who served in Iwo Jima during World War II. He established this scholarship in 199 8.

Scholarship established by the family and friends of Frank Caputo, a former member of the College’s Council of Regents.

B R O O K LY N C O M M U NIT Y F O U N D AT I O N S C H O L A RSHI P

D R . J O SE P H C A R PIN O S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship was established by the Brooklyn Community Foundation, formerly the Independence Community Foundation, during the College’s Campaign for Big Dreams. This scholarship is awarded to a student residing in Brooklyn or Queens who is interested in the banking professions including students majoring in Business, Accounting, or Economics.

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Dr. Carpino, a professor of Philosophy at St. Francis College from 1957 to 1996.

H O N O R A B L E F R A N CIS X . A LT IM A RI ’50 S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established in memory of the Honorable Francis X. Altimari ’50, a distinguished alumnus, judge, and former professor at St. Francis College. RE CI PIEN T:

Deanna Aquino ’14, Undecided

A N N E L O N G O A M O RE S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established in memory of Anne Longo Amore, mother of the late Dr. Ann Amore, the College’s Vice President for College Relations from 1979 to 20 01. The scholarship was established by gifts from family members, friends, alumni, faculty, and staff. RE CI PIEN T:

Sharon Evans* ’12

C A RM EN A N D E D WA RD ’60 A Q UIL O N E S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by friends and loved ones in honor of Edward Aquilone, the former Athletic Director of St. Francis College, and his wife, Carmen. P E T E R N . A Q UIL O N E S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by friends and loved ones in memory of Peter Aquilone, son of Carmen and Edward ’6 0 Aquilone. RI G H T RE V E REN D J O H N J. B E RK E RY ’38 M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established in memory of Monsignor John J. Berkery and awarded for the first time in the spring of 1992. The scholarship benefits students with special needs.

RE C I PIE N T:

James Toscano* ’13, Accounting James is pursuing his B.S. and M.S. in Accounting

M A D E LIN E A N D S TA N L E Y B O G A R T S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Father Michael  A. Carrano ’66, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at St. Francis College and former President of the SFC Alumni Board. A priest of the Diocese of Brooklyn, Father Carrano is currently pastor of Our Lady of Hope Parish in Middle Village, Queens.

G L A DYS B R O O KS F O U N D AT I O N S C H O L A RSHI P S

RE C I PIE N T:

The Gladys Brooks Foundation has established two scholarships at the College. The first was originally awarded in 1987, and the second was first awarded in 1992.

Kenneth Brennan ’12, Biology Kenneth is a member of the Alpha Phi Delta, a national fraternity with Italian roots.

P HILI P A N D RE W C A RR A N O ’70 S C H O L A RSHI P J O E B R O W N E ’68 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Joe ’68 and Karyn Browne for students who are graduates of Archbishop Molloy High School and who were raised in single parent households in the New York area. D R . J O H N BU RK E ’40 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in honor of Dr. Burke, a longtime professor of Chemistry who had taught at the College from 1943 to 1988. RE C I PIE N T S :

Caraballo Drew ’14, Biology Elky Stenmetz ’13, RASCI

RE CI PIEN T:

Briana Scibilia ’14, Communications

RE V E REN D MI C H A E L A . C A RR A N O ’6 6 S C H O L A RS HI P

J O H N D A NIE L C A L L A H A N M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RSHI P

Peter J. Callahan ’63 established this scholarship in memory of his father.

Scholarship established by friends and family of Madeline and Stanley Bogart, parents of Stephen Bogart, the College’s former executive vice president.

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Scholarship established by family members, friends, and alumni in memory of Philip, an outstanding teacher. B R O T H E R C A MIL LUS C A SE Y, O. S . F. S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Brother Camillus, a former professor of French who taught at the College from 1940-1946 and then from 1952 to 1977. D R . MI C H A E L C A SE Y S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Dr. Casey, a former professor of Economics who served the College for 27 years, from 1962 to 1989.


R O B E R T B. C AT E L L S C H O L A RSHI P

J O S E P H C O P P O T E L LI ’6 3 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by family and friends of Robert Catell, former Chairman of National Grid.

Scholarship established with part of the proceeds from the 2000 Charter Award Dinner honoring Mr. Coppotelli, Vice Chairman of Structure Tone, Inc.

RE CI PIEN T S :

Eleni Aftousmis ’13, Accounting Eleni is a member of the Accounting Honor Society.

Sophia Boussalh ’12

F R A N K C E L AU R O S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established in honor of Frank Celauro. RE CI PIEN T S :

Michael DiSanto ’14, Biology Frank Celauro ’13

D E RRI C K D. C E P H A S S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established with part of the proceeds from the 1998 Charter Award Dinner honoring Mr. Cephas, President and CEO of Amalgamated Bank. RE CI PIEN T:

Gabriella Deluca ’13, Undecided

C H A SE M A N H AT TA N B A N K N . A . S C H O L A RS HI P S

Chase Manhattan Bank established two scholarships, both in conjunction with the College’s centennial. C H EMI C A L B A N K S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by the employees of Chemical Bank.

B R O T H E R H EN RY C U D DY, O. S . F. ’4 0 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni, friends, and family in memory of Brother Henry, a former Academic Dean at the College. Brother Henry received his B.A. degree from St. Francis College in 1940, and his M.A. degree and Ph.D. from St. John’s University in 1943 and 1953. Throughout his life he was a student and a teacher of history. He loved the classroom but graciously accepted over his fifty years as a Professed Brother, Congregational assignments as High School Principal, Superior, College Dean and Faculty Residence Coordinator. Brother Henry passed away in 1991. A R T HU R C U RRY S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship in memory of Arthur Curry, a beloved member of the boxing community, established by Thomas Hauser and Seth Abraham and funded through the generous support of HBO and Arthur Curry’s many friends. This scholarship will be awarded annually to a college senior with high academic achievement and of outstanding character, who through word and deed has shown the ability to bring people together. The scholarship was first awarded on February 18, 2010, on what would have been Arthur’s 50th birthday. 

SCHOLARSHIPS BY TH E N U M B E RS

{243} SCHOL A RSHIP S

{$1.16M} IN SCHOL A RSHIP S A N D M A JOR GIF T S RECEIV ED T HIS Y E A R

RE C I PIE N T:

Vanecia Hoyte* ’12, Health Promotion and Science

RE CI PIEN T:

Jeannette Raymond ’15, Psychology

C L A S S O F 193 8 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by the Class of 1938 on the celebration of its 50th anniversary. This scholarship was awarded for the first time in the spring of 1990.

A N T O IN E T T E M . D ’A M AT O S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Senator Alfonse D’Amato in honor of his mother. JA C K ’70 A N D K AT H Y D A N A H E R S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by family and friends in honor of the late Jack Danaher and his wife, Kathy.

D E A N J O H N C LIF F O RD S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of the beloved John Clifford, former Dean of Students and moderator of the Troupers, who died early in his career at the College. He served the College from 1962 to 1977.

H A N S - P E T E R D AW S O N M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by William Dawson ’86 and Stephanie Rogen Dawson and their families in memory of their son. RE C I PIE N T:

John Ahlemeyer ’14, Undecided RITA A N D MI C H A E L C O L LIN S S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established in honor of Mary Macchiarola’s parents by the Collins and Macchiarola families. J O C O N WAY S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by family and friends in memory of Jo Conway.

H E L E N A N D L O UIS D E B L A SI O S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Kathleen and the late Michael ’58 DeBlasio, in honor of Mr. DeBlasio’s parents. P R O F E S S O R F R A N CIS D E L A N E Y S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by many alumni and friends in memory of Professor Delaney, a former professor of Speech at the College.

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D E L O IT T E / W IL LI A M G . PA RRE T T ’67 A C C O U N T IN G M A S T E RS S C H O L A RS HI P

Four scholarships established by Deloitte and William G. Parrett ’67 to prepare accounting majors with the appropriate skills and abilities to become successful professionals. Scholarships will be awarded to students who have completed their Bachelor’s degree in Accounting at St. Francis College and are entering the Master’s Program. RE CI PIEN T:

Teresa Maglione, Accounting Teresa is pursuing her B.S. and M.S. in Accounting.

FA C U LT Y S C H O L A RSHI P

Past and current faculty gifts established this scholarship. RE C I PIE N T:

Sarilee Liz ’14, Physicians Assistant Kimberly Joyce ’12, Childhood Education (English)

F R A N CIS C A N B R O T H E RS W H O RE SID E D AT T H E C O L L E G E F RI A RY S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by the family of alumnus Pete Fazio, former baseball coach of the College. This scholarship will benefit a scholar-athlete from Brooklyn or Queens.

The Franciscan Brothers who resided at the College Friary established this scholarship to be awarded on the basis of both financial need and scholastic merit.

J O H N ’5 8 A N D M A R G E D IE T L S C H O L A RS HI P

RE C I PIE N T: Alexandra is a member of the Women’s Swim Team.

Scholarship established by Monsignor John J. Bracken and the Diocese of Brooklyn in recognition of Bishop DiMarzio, the seventh Bishop of Brooklyn. This scholarship also recognizes St. Francis College’s 150th anniversary and the leadership of Frank J. Macchiarola Ph.D. ’62. MI C H A E L P. D O N O VA N ’ 81 A N D K E L LY J. Q UIN N ’ 8 0 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Michael P. Donovan and Kelly J. Quinn. RE CI PIEN T:

Alexandra Santo* ’12, History

B E RN A RD F E R GUS O N ’22 S C H O L A RSHI P S

Mr. Ferguson left a gift in his will to establish two scholarships for “worthy but needy students of the Roman Catholic faith.” The scholarship first was awarded in the fall of 1999. RE C I PIE N T:

Natalia Bedrin ’14, Psychology

P R O F E S S O R NI C H O L A S A . F I O REN Z A ’36 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of this longtime professor of Fine Arts. Professor Fiorenza taught at the College for 33 years, from 1946 to 1979. He passed away in 1997.

Jeffrey Ramdass* ’12, Psychology

RE C I PIE N T:

Jeffrey is a member of the Psychology Club.

Benincasa Brandon ’16, Accounting

H O N O R A B L E EIL EEN C . D U G A N S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by family and friends in memory of State Assemblywoman Eileen Dugan, sister of Brendan J. Dugan ‘68, President of the College. The scholarship was awarded for the first time in 1998. RE CI PIEN T:

The St. Francis Fraternity, Third Order of St. Francis, established two scholarships. These scholarships are awarded on the basis of both financial need and scholastic merit.

P E T E R P. FA Z I O ’6 0 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by John Dietl and his late wife, Marge. BISH O P NI C H O L A S D IM A R Z I O S C H O L A RS HI P

F R A N CIS C A N B R O T H E RS O F T H E T HIRD O RD E R RE G U L A R S C H O L A RS HI P S

G E R A RD F L A N A G A N ’5 3 A N D E LI Z A B E T H F L A N A G A N M C C L O S K E Y S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by a gift left to the College through Mrs. McCloskey’s estate. RE C I PIE N T:

Jully Zhong Huang ’15, Undecided

F R A N C IS C A N IN S T IT U T E S C H O L A RS HI P

The Franciscan Institute established this scholarship. This scholarship is awarded on the basis of both financial need and scholastic merit. RE C I PIE N T:

Danielle Iannotto ’14, Psychology

H A R O L D G E N EE N S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by John Monaghan ’57 and alumni and friends in memory of Harold Geneen, the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of ITT. H O N O R A B L E A N T H O N Y J. G EN O V E SI S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established in 1999 by family and friends in memory of this prominent civic leader and member of the New York State Assembly. RE C I PIE N T:

John Whelan* ’12, Philosophy

B E T T Y A N D L E O G I A N C O L A S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established in 2000 by Elizabeth Giancola ’78 and Lawrence Becker ’77 in memory of Mrs. Becker’s parents. RE C I PIE N T:

Andre Henry* ’12, Biology

Ciro Debaz ’15, Undecided D R . JA M E S F LY N N S C H O L A RSHI P D U N S S C O T US S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship initiated by James Konkel ’57 and Albert Doumar ’57 and funded through the generous support of past members of the Duns Scotus Society. This scholarship will be awarded to a current Duns Scotus honors student entering their senior year at St. Francis. D R . J O SE P H A . E L LIS S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni, friends, and former colleagues at the City College of New York in memory of Dr. Ellis, a former professor of History at St. Francis College.

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Dr. Flynn, a professor of History from 1959 to 1977 at the College. RE C I PIE N T:

Taisha Pajotte ’13, Physician Assistant

H O N O R A B L E K E V IN F O G A R T Y S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established to honor Judge Fogarty upon his retirement as the College’s long-serving Chairman of the Board of Trustees. The scholarship was established by gifts from trustees, alumni, faculty, and staff. RE C I PIE N T:

EM P L OY EE S C H O L A RSHI P

Robert Vega ’13, Education

Past and current employee gifts established this scholarship. The scholarship was first awarded in the fall of 1992.

Robert is pursuing his B.A. in Education with a minor in Biology.

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Zeina’h Abuasi* ’12, English

W IL LI A M F. F OX , J R . ’49 S C H O L A RSHI P

Mrs. Nora Fox established this scholarship in memory of her husband. It was awarded for the first time in the fall of 1991. RE C I PIE N T:

Marieta Grancaric ’13, History

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D RS . JA M E S A L OYSIUS G IB S O N ’6 3 A N D PAT RI C I A B R O Z IN S K Y S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Dr. Patricia Brozinsky to honor and memorialize her beloved life partner, Dr. James Aloysius Gibson ’63, and their loving relationship and to continue his life’s work of helping others. This scholarship will be awarded to a full-time student who has declared a major in Education, demonstrated academic excellence and financial need, and expresses an interest in a career working with a special needs population. RE C I PIE N T:

Julianne Kuberski ’12, Childhood Education Julianne is a member of the Education Society. Currently, she works at an after school program for autistic children in Staten Island.

AU GUS T US E . G IE G EN G A C K M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Walter ’38 and Margaret McArdle in memory of Augustus E. Giegengack, the thirteenth Public Printer of the United States.


B R O T H E R AUS TIN G IL L , O. S . F. ’6 2 S C H O L A RS HI P

M A RY A N D WA LT E R H EN NIN G S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni, friends, and family in memory of Brother Austin, a longtime Assistant Professor of English at St. Francis College. After graduating from St. Francis Prep, he entered the Franciscan Brothers in 1954. Brother Austin received his B.A. degree from St. Francis College in 1962 and his M.A. degree from St. John’s University in 1966, as well as completing graduate study at NYU. During his 37 years of service at St. Francis College, he was made an Honorary Member of Duns Scotus in 1985 and received the Distinguished Faculty Award in 1987. Brother Austin passed away in June 2003.

Catherine and Michael ’61 Henning established this scholarship in 2001 in honor of Mr. Henning’s parents.

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Guram Nozadze ’13, Biology

SUS A N A N D R O G E R H E R T O G S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship created by Susan and Roger Hertog. RE C I PIE N T S :

Stefan Perunicic* ’12, Economics Stefan is a member of the Men’s Basketball Team.

Abigail Frodella ’13, Psychology

– –D ANIEL CHIN, ’14, PHYSICIAN AS SISTANT

Monica Torero ’14, Undecided

ROBERT MCCARRON ( BROTHER ISID ORE B R O T H E R J O H N H O F F S C H MID T, O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P

B R O T H E R U RB A N G O N N O U D, O. S . F. S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of the eleventh President of the College who served from 1958 to 1969. D R . F R A N CIS G REEN E S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established in honor of Dr. Francis Greene, longtime professor. For 30 years, Dr. Greene served as Chair of the Foreign Languages, Fine Arts and International Cultural Studies departments, where he is still a professor and moderator of the Duns Scotus Honor Society. RE CI PIEN T:

Fatema Agag ’13, Psychology Fatema is a member of the Muslim Students Association.

Scholarship established by alumni, friends, and family in memory of Brother John, a longtime Career Planning Director at St. Francis College. Brother John received his B.A. degree from St. John’s University in 1942 and his M.B.A. degree from NYU in 1954. Brother John served the College for over 20 years from 1970 to 1991. Through his gentle demeanor, wise counsel, and extraordinary generosity he helped thousands of young man and woman in planning their careers. Brother John passed away in November 2006. B R O T H E R E D M U N D H O L M E S, O. S . F. ’2 8 S C H O L A RSHI P

Monsignor Paul Bradley ’37 established this scholarship in the name of Brother Edmund Holmes, Professor Emeritus at the College. It was first awarded in 1998. RE C I PIE N T:

Jacqueline Marino ’14, English RI G H T RE V E REN D M O N SI G N O R D A NIE L A . H A N R A H A N S C H O L A RSHI P

This scholarship is named for a distinguished alumnus of St. Francis College and is solely for the residents of Sacred Heart Parish, Cambria Heights, Queens. T H E B E RN A RD H AV E R T Y S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship created by David Haverty ’81 in memory of his father Bernard, preference is given to dependents and employees of the NYC Department of Public Works.The Elizabeth Billingham Haverty Scholarship Scholarship created by David Haverty ’81 in memory of his mother Elizabeth, preference is given to dependents of or current employees of the NYC Transit Authority.

D R . C L E M E N T J E D R Z E J E W S K I S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Dr. Jedrzejewski, a former professor of Sociology who taught at the College for 26 years, from 1946 to 1972.

The Hearst Foundation has established three scholarships in memory of William Randolph Hearst. RE CI PIEN T S :

Keith Fiandra ’13, Psychology Chelsea Olgiati ’15, Undecided

C O RN E LIUS H EEN E Y M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RS HI P S

The Brooklyn Benevolent Society established two scholarships in memory of the Society’s founder, Cornelius Heeney. RE CI PIEN T:

Ronald Orlovsky ’14, BIOMS

“Putting the right words together to offer thanks to someone who has just invested in my future is challenging… the gift made possible through The Donald McCree, Jr. Scholarship is a stepping stone to me achieving my dreams. Every day I awake and I see my dreams become a reality and for that I am truly thankful.” – –N ATASHA EDWARD S, D ONALD H. MCCREE, JR. SCHOL ARSHIP

Alina Zhyvotovska ’15, Biology

C AT H L EE N A N D G E O R G E K A N E S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Mary Ann and Daniel T. ’67 Kane in honor of Mr. Kane’s parents. RE C I PIE N T:

Jake King* ’13, Communications and Advertising

W IL LI A M R A N D O L P H H E A RS T F O U N D AT I O N S C H O L A RSHI P S

O. S . F. ) S C H O L A R S H I P

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E LI Z A B E T H A N D B E RN A RD H AV E R T Y S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship created by David Haverty ’81 in memory of his parents Elizabeth and Bernard.

“I am at a loss for words to express my gratitude. This gift has brought me and my parents much joy, given me a chance to follow my dream of helping others.”

M O N SI G N O R J O H N K E A N S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends of the late Monsignor Kean. Monsignor John Kean was a long time friend and admirer of the Franciscan Brothers. F R A N C E S C . A N D J O SE P H T. K EE G A N , S R . S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Mary Jane and Gerard Keegan ’68 in honor of Mr. Keegan’s parents. RE C I PIE N T:

Josephine Pagliughi* ’12, Accounting Josephine is pursuing her B.S. and M.S. in Accounting. She is a member of the Accounting Society.

“I love the small environment at St. Francis. I wanted a school where the professors know me by name and face. A school where I can actually make friends with the people sitting next to me in class. A school where I can ask any professor or staff member for help and they welcome your questions with a smile.” – –M E AGHAN K ENNEDY ’12 S C H O L A R S H I P R E C I P IE N T

E RN E S T K EH R ’35 M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established in memory of alumnus Ernest Kehr and was awarded for the first time in the fall of 1989.

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JU LIE A N D A N N E K E L LY S C H O L A RS HI P

M A RIE A N D BIL L L E D E RM A N N S C H O L A RSHI P

M A R G A RE T L . M C A RD L E S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by sisters, Julie and Anne Kelly, alumnae from the Class of 1979.

Scholarship established by Mary Ledermann, the College’s former vice president of Financial Affairs, in memory of her parents.

Scholarship established by Walter McArdle ’38 in honor of his wife, Margaret.

B R O T H E R PA S C A L K E L LY, O. S . F. ’3 3 S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of this long time professor of Philosophy. Brother Pascal served the College for 40 years, teaching from 1936 to 1976. He passed away in 1986. M RS . N O R A KO N K E L S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by James Konkel ’57 in memory of his mother. This scholarship will be awarded on the basis of financial need and scholastic merit to a graduate of Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School with preference given toward an entering freshman. RE CI PIEN T:

Jonathan Erquinigo*, Undecided

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Jessica Ayala ’13, Accounting

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Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of this longtime basketball coach and athletic director. Daniel served the College for 33 years, from 1948 to 1981.

Tamika Bender ’14, Accounting

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Campbell Bird ’12, English Campbell is pursuing her B.A in English with a concentration in Communications. Campbell is a member of the Women’s Swim Team and Water Polo Team.

John Johansson ’15, International Cultural Studies

P HILI P A N D RH EN A LY N C H S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by James Konkel ’57, a former partner at Deloitte, in memory of his late wife. This scholarship was first awarded in 20 0 4.

Scholarship established by Michael Lynch and Susan Baker in memory of Mr. Lynch’s parents.

R O B E R T ’5 0 A N D M A RY L A NI G A N S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Robert and Mary Lanigan. 17 T H O F JU N E ( E V E LY N M A R G A RE T L A Q U E R C I A ) S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Thomas Laquercia ’66 in honor of his late wife to benefit students with an interest in Spanish culture. RE CI PIEN T:

Scholarship established by the College and supplemented by gifts from Frank ’62 and Mary Macchiarola in honor of their son, Frank J. Macchiarola. J O S E P H A N D MI C H A E L A M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by the College and supplemented by gifts from Frank ’62 and Mary Macchiarola in honor of their son and daughter-in-law, Joseph and Michaela.

Scholarship established by Frank ’62 and Mary Macchiarola and members and friends of the Macchiarola family in honor of Dr. Macchiarola’s parents.

B R O T H E R G E O R G E L A RK IN , O. S . F. ’6 0 S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in honor of Brother George, the late Dean of Admissions, who served the College from 1971 to 2009. Brother George passed away in August 2009.

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Daniel Chin ’14, Physicians Assistant

J O H N ’51 A N D M A RY M C C A R T H Y S C H O L A RS HI P S

The McCarthys established twelve scholarships. The first was originally awarded in the spring of 1987. Erin Mahoney ’13, Communications and Advertising

RI G H T RE V E REN D M O N SI G N O R J O SE P H V. M C C L A N C Y M E M O RI A L S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by the children of the Catholic schools of Brooklyn and Queens in memory of their distinguished superintendent and an alumnus of St. Francis College. This scholarship is awarded to a graduate of a Catholic high school.

Scholarship established with part of the proceeds from the 1996 Charter Award Dinner honoring Mr. McCree, who is the retired President and CEO of IBJ Schroder Bank & Trust Company. It was awarded for the first time in 1997. RE C I PIE N T:

M A RY A N D F R A N K J. ’62 M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Thomas Laquercia to benefit students with an interest in Italian culture.

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Brother Isidore, a former professor of Religion and Director of Continuing Education at the College.

D O N A L D H . M C C REE , J R . S C H O L A RS HI P LU C Y A N D J O SE P H M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RSHI P

Camille Armando* ’13, Psychology

T H O M A S MI C H A E L L A Q UE R CI A ’6 6 S C H O L A RS HI P

R O B E R T M C C A RR O N ( B R O T H E R ISID O RE , O. S . F. ) S C H O L A RS HI P

RE C I PIE N T: F R A N K J. A N D S A R A H M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in honor of Dr. Langiulli, a longtime professor of Philosophy who taught at the College for forty years, from 1961 to 2001.

Scholarship established by Walter McArdle ’38 in memory of his mother, Rose.

D A NIE L LY N C H , S R . ’3 8 S C H O L A RSHI P

R O N NIE M U RR AY KO N K E L S C H O L A RS HI P

D R . NIN O L A N G IU L LI S C H O L A RS HI P

R O SE D. M C A RD L E M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in honor of the 17th President (1996 – 2008) of the College and his wife. Dr. Macchiarola ‘62 is the current Chancellor of St. Francis College. RE C I PIE N T:

Dragomir Zhelezov* ’12, Economics Dragomir is pursuing his B.S. in Economics with a minor in Finance. He is a member of the Eastern European Club.

Matthew Delfino ’14, Psychology

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Matthew Anderson ’12, Accounting

MI C H A E L A N D J EN NIF E R M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RSHI P

Matthew is pursuing his B.S. and M.S. in Accounting.

Scholarship established by the College and supplemented by gifts from Frank ’62 and Mary Macchiarola in honor of their son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Jennifer.

Natasha Edwards ’14, Psychology

B RID G E T T. A N D PAT RI C K J. M C TA GU E M E M O RI A L S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by the late Colonel Hugh O’Neill McTague ’37 in memory of his parents. RE C I PIE N T:

Winnie Arzu ’14, SPA

HU G H O ’ N EIL L ’37 A N D J O SE P HIN E M C TA G U E M E M O RI A L S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Cynthia McTague, widow of the late Hugh O’Neill McTague, in memory of her husband and his first wife. RE C I PIE N T:

Mia Lentinello ’15, Communications

JA M E S M A N G A N O M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RSHI P

J O A N A N D T H O M A S M E A D E S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established in memory of James Mangano, long time public servant of Brooklyn.

Scholarship established by the Meades. Mr. Meade was a longtime member of the College’s Council of Regents. L O IS M E L SH A S C H O L A RSHI P S

Two scholarships established through the estate of Lois Melsha. The first scholarship was awarded in the fall of 1994. RE C I PIE N T S :

Rose Dumond ’14, Psychology Richard Milbouer* ’12, Economics

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M E R C O RE L L A FA MILY S C H O L A RS HI P

V IN C E N T ’72 A N D A N T O IN E T T E PIT TA S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Margaret and Philip Mercorella ’65 during the College’s Campaign for Big Dreams. This scholarship will be awarded to a student entering the sophomore, junior, or senior year in that order of preference.

Scholarship established by Vincent and Antoinette Pitta.

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Shannon Ruiz ’13, Adolescence Education and English

J O SE P H M U R P H Y ( B R O T H E R JA RL AT H , O. S . F. ) S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Brother Jarlath, a former Director of Development and Alumni Relations at the College. RE CI PIEN T S :

Lorianna Colon ’14, Psychology Amanda Fowler ’14, Biology

J O H N M US C A R A S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by Frank Baxter, former Chairman and CEO of Jefferies & Company, in memory of Mr. Muscara, a Jefferies employee and lifelong Brooklyn resident. RE CI PIEN T:

Catherine Canedo* ’12, History and Political Science Catherine is a member of the Education Society, Vice President of the St. Thomas More Pre-Law Society and Vice President of the Honor’s Program Cohort. Catherine is pursuing a double major in History and Political Science.

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Andrew Salzillo ’14, Criminal Justice

D R . K Y RIN P O W E RS S C H O L A RSHI P

Created in memory of Dr. Kyrin Powers, Prinicipal of Xaverian High School from 1968 to 1982. The scholarship is to be awarded to an alum of Xaverian High School. RE C I PIE N T:

Luke Kluisza ’14, Psychology

“Receiving this scholarship redefined my college experience, I was distracted in class worrying about tuition. Now, I can really focus on walking the Path to Sainthood.” – –M AT THE W DELFINO, ’14 M A RY A N D F R A N K J. ’6 2 M A C C H I A R O L A SCHOL ARSHIP

P R O V ID E N T I FA MILY / C O U N CIL O F RE G EN T S S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Anthony C. Providenti ’67 in honor of his family and the Council of Regents of which he was a member. The scholarship was first awarded in the fall of 1995. A N T H O N Y C . ’67 A N D F R A N C E S P R O V ID EN T I S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Frances and Anthony C. Providenti. The scholarship was first awarded in the fall of 2000. RE C I PIE N T S :

Alaa Salem ’13, Health Promotion and Science

“I am truly humbled to receive this scholarship. It reminds me that I have a great responsibility and I am motivated to do even better.” – –A LFIO DIMAGGIO, ’14, UNDECIDED

Alaa is a member of the Muslim Students Association.

B R O T H E R C O LU M B A R EI L LY, O. S . F.

Jennifer McCormick ’14, Mathematics

SCHOL ARSHIP

B R O T H E R R O G E R N A G L E , O. S . F. S C H O L A RS HI P

Athletic scholarship established through gifts from alumni and friends in memory of Brother Roger, the former Athletic Director responsible for the building of the athletic facilities at the College. Brother Roger served the College from 1951 to 1989 and passed away in 1991. The Nagle Scholarship was first awarded in the fall of 1995. J O H N P. O ’ B OY L E S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established with a gift from the Estate of Johanna O’Boyle in honor of her husband. RE CI PIEN T:

Patrick Spranger* ’12, History Patrick is a member of the Honors Club.

B R O T H E R T H O M A S O ’ N EIL L , O. S . F. ’6 8 S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni, friends, and family in memory of Brother Thomas, the former Director of Financial Aid at the College. Along with obtaining his B.A. degree from St. Francis College, Brother Thomas completed graduate studies at St. John’s University and NYU. Brother Thomas served the College for over 25 years and was instrumental in the creation and growth of the Study Abroad Program at St. Francis College. Brother Thomas passed away in December 2007. JA M E S PAT R A N Z IN O ’69 S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship in memory of James Patranzino established with gifts from his friends and colleagues, as well as matching gifts from the Ernst & Young Foundation. It was awarded for the first time in 1997.

H E L E N Q UI G L E Y S C H O L A RSHI P S

James Quigley ’32 established these two scholarships in memory of his wife. The first was awarded in the fall of 1994. D R . T H O M A S Q UI G L E Y ’52 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in honor of Dr. Thomas Quigley. For 36 years Dr. Quigley served as a Chemistry professor at the College. RE C I PIE N T:

Matthew Rosen ’12, Criminal Justice Matthew plans on either pursing a career with the New York State Courts or Federal Law Enforcement.

B R O T H E R L E O Q UIN N , O. S . F. ’26 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Brother Quinn, who served for 48 years as a Mathematics professor. RE C I PIE N T S :

Dannyram Mangru* ’12, Economics Katharine Diehl ’14, Undecided

B R O T H E R C O LU M B A REIL LY, O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of the 8th President of the College. Brother Columba served as President from 1925 to 1934 and from 1936 to 1952. RE C I PIE N T:

Alfio Di Maggio ’15, Undecided

J O H N “JAY ” RID D E L L ’6 6 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established in honor of John “Jay” Riddell by alumni, family, and friends. RE C I PIE N T:

Richard Clark* ’12, Economics

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B R O T H E R J E R O M E R O E SE , O. S . F. M E M O RI A L S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established in memory of the 10th President of St. Francis College. This scholarship is awarded to a student who has demonstrated exceptional academic achievement and shows promise of continued success. Brother Jerome served as President from 1952 to 1958. IREN E A N D V IN C EN T S A L A M O N E S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Denis ’75 and Joanne Salamone in honor of Mr. Salamone’s parents. RE CI PIEN T:

Marco Intrabartolo* ’12, Accounting Marco is pursuing his B.S. and M.S. in Accounting.

B R O T H E R R O B E R T S MIT H , O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P

A N N E T RI V IS O N N O S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established in honor of Brother Robert Smith, Trustee Emeritus, St. Francis College. This scholarship was established by his loved ones and the Board of Trustees.

Scholarship established by Nicholas Trivisonno ’68 in honor of his mother on the occasion of her 80th birthday. Preference given to a student majoring in accounting; financial need and scholastic merit will be considered.

T IM O T H Y M . S TA C K P O L E ’ 01 S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established by friends and family in memory of Timothy Stackpole, a New York City firefighter and hero of 9 -11. P E T E R J. S T RI A N O S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established with part of the proceeds from the 1997 Charter Award Dinner honoring Mr. Striano, CEO of the Unity International Group. This scholarship was awarded for the first time in 1998.

D R . A ID A S A N T I A G O S C H O L A RS HI P

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Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Dr. Santiago, a professor of Economics at the College from 1990 to 1997, who died early in her academic career.

Matthew Manzi ’12, Accounting

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Cindy Hernandez ’13, Psychology Cindy is a member of the SGA and holds the position of Speaker of S.A.C.O.R., the Student Activities Council of Representatives.

Stephen Reyes Jr. ’14, Philosophy

Matthew is pursuing his B.S. and M.S. in Accounting.

S T U D E N T G O V E RN M EN T A S S O CI AT I O N / J O H N F. K E N N E DY S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by the Student Government Association in memory of the former President of the United States. RE C I PIE N T:

Alan Bouchaheen ’12, Political Science

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Alana Jackson ’13, Accounting

B R O T H E R G IL E S T U RB EE , O. S . F. S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of Brother Giles, a former professor of English. Brother Giles taught at the College for 38 years from 1947 to 1985. RE C I PIE N T:

Jamal Aadil ’15, English

L O UIS VA L EN T IN O, J R . ’79 S C H O L A RS HI P S & S T I P E N D S

Louis was a firefighter killed in the line of duty. His wife, Diane, and parents, Phyllis and the late Louis, Sr., established the scholarships and stipends from 1998 through 2005. Four students each year will receive a cash stipend. The students must be firefighters, or spouses or children of firefighters. RE C I PIE N T:

Lindsey Calkin ’12, Psychology Lindsey plans to work with children as a guidance counselor or for a criminal investigation team following graduation.

D R . C H A RL E S S AVA G E S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Accounting alumni in honor of the former chairman of the Accounting Department. This scholarship was awarded for the first time in the fall of 1993. Dr. Savage served the College for 23 years, from 1957 to 1980. RE CI PIEN T:

Aleksandra Maczula-Wloch ’13, Accounting Aleksandra is pursuing her B.S. and M.S. in Accounting.

B R O T H E R AUS T IN SU L LI VA N , O. S . F. M EM O RI A L S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by the friends of Brother Austin Sullivan, O.S.F. This scholarship is solely for a graduate of the St. Francis Preparatory School.

F R A N K A N D M A RY WA L K E R S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established in honor of Frank and Mary Walker by Joseph P. Walker ’61 in memory of his parents.

RE C I PIE N T S :

Kelly Simon ’12, Undecided

J O SE P H A N D C L A RE WA L K E R S C H O L A RS HI P

Gloria Ventura ’15, English

Scholarship established by Clare and Joseph P. ’61 Walker.

B R O T H E R R O B E R T S C H A E F E R , O. S . F. ’61 S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship was established by alumni and friends in honor of Brother Robert. Brother Robert received his B.A. degree from St. Francis in 1961. He went on to earn his M.A. degree in Mathematics from NYU. After 28 years as the Registrar, Brother Robert was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Science from the College and returned to the classroom. He currently is an adjunct faculty member in the Math Department at the College. C H A RL E S S C H A EM ’4 0 S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by alumni and friends in memory of this former long time Water Polo coach.

B R O T H E R D O N A L D SU L LI VA N , O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P S

Athletic scholarships established with gifts from trustees, employees, alumni, and friends in conjunction with Brother Donald’s 25th Anniversary as President of the College. Brother Donald was the 16th President of St. Francis College (1969 –1996). RE C I PIE N T:

Maria Katsougrakis ’12, Early Childhood Education Maria is pursuing her B.A. in Early Childhood Education with concentration in Mathematics. She is a member of the Education Society and Honors Society.

J O S E P H SU PA N CI C H ’26 / C HIL D A BUSE P RE V EN T I O N P R O G R A M S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by the Dr. Scholl Foundation.

Scholarship dedicated to both Joseph Supancich ’26 and the Child Abuse Prevention Program in honor of their support of St. Francis College.

SH EEN E Y S C H O L A RSHI P

G R A C E I. T E RRY S C H O L A RSHI P

Scholarship established at the College.

Scholarship established by Robert ’72 and Barbara Terry in memory of Mr. Terry’s mother. Mr. Terry’s mother came from a family of 12 children. Preference is given to a student from a large family.

D R . S C H O L L F O U N D AT I O N S C H O L A RS HI P

RE CI PIEN T:

Kathryn Dwyer ’15

RE C I PIE N T:

Anthony Olsen ’13, Economics

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RITA - M AY A N D T H O M A S ’62 WA RD S C H O L A RS HI P

Scholarship established by Thomas Ward and his wife, Rita-May.


B E N E FA C T O R S The following benefactors have been recognized for their many contributions to the Endowed Scholarship Program. In honor of their generosity and spirit, scholarship aid has been awarded to the following students: IN M EM O RY O F D R . A N N A M O RE RE CI PIEN T:

Sharon Evans* ’12, Childhood Education

AWA R D S

ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

T H E B R O T H E R C A MIL LUS C A SE Y M EM O RI A L

Once these scholarships reach their prescribed level of funding, they will be awarded to deserving students.

AWA RD F O R E XC E L L EN C E IN IN T E RN AT I O N A L

A C A D EMI C S C H O L A RSHI P F O R W O M E N

C U LT U R A L S T U D IE S

D R . JA M E S A D A M S

T H E B R O T H E R C E L E S T IN E M C G A RRY M E M O RI A L P U RSE F O R E XC E L L EN C E IN EN G LISH

PROFESSOR JOHN ALLEGRA

T H E T H O M A S J. C UIT E S R . ’35

A L P H A P HI D E LTA

M E M O RI A L M E D A L F O R E XC E L L EN C E IN

D R . A N N A M O RE

C O M M U NI C AT I O N S

A N D RE A A N D M A R G IE A R C A R O L A

W IL LI A M D O N A L D S O N AWA RD IN M EM O RY O F T H E C U R T IN FA MILY RE CI PIEN T:

Hadar Burger ’14, Economics

T H E J O H N C . G O RM A N ’3 8

Award includes scholarship aid and National Grid internship. RE CI PIEN T S :

Sophia Boussalh ’12, Accounting Matthew Manzi ’12, Accounting Erica Martin ’12, Accounting Sophia, Matthew, and Erica are all currently pursuing their B.S. and M.S. in Accounting.

Award made possible by the National Italian American Foundation and Nicholas Caiazzo for a student of Italian American heritage who has a minimum GPA of 3.5. Preference given to students with financial need.

C U R T IN FA MILY P R O F E S S O R K EN N E T H D. D A LY, C FA ’ 8 8 P RE SID E N T I A L S C H O L A RS HI P

M E D A L F O R E XC E L L EN C E IN HIS T O RY

D O MINI C K P. ’6 4 A N D R O SEM A RY D E PA O L A

M A R G A RE T A N D T H O M A S G R O A RK E AWA RD

G E R A RD A N D K AT H L EEN D O L A N

L AT IN A M E RI C A N AWA RD

S E N AT O R P E T E V. D O M E NI C I

T H E M A RY A . L E D E RM A N N P U RSE

A N N E A N D B RI A N D U G A N

C AT H E RIN E M C AU L E Y HI G H S C H O O L AWA RD

E D WA RD FA RRE L L ’52

N AT I O N A L G RID A C C O U N T IN G S C H O L A RSHI P AWA RD S

D R . R O B E R T F OX

N AT I O N A L ITA LI A N A M E RI C A N F O U N D AT I O N

F R A N CIS C A N B R O T H E RS

S C H O L A RS HI P AWA RD M E LIS S A S A N C H E Z M EM O RI A L P U RSE IN H E A LT H P R O M O T I O N T W O M L E Y AWA RD

N AT I O N A L ITA LI A N A M E RI C A N F O U N D AT I O N S C H O L A RSHI P AWA RD

B R O T H E R C E CILI A N O F J E SUS, F. S .C .

H E A LT H C A RE M A N A G EM EN T

S T E P H EN M . B O G A R T

N AT I O N A L G RID A C C O U N T IN G S C H O L A RS HI P AWA RD S

J O H N A N D M A R G O C AT SIM AT ID IS

T H E IRV IN G R . G E L FA N D M E D A L F O R

H A R O L D G EN EE N AWA RD

Jiang Yuyin* ’12, Economics

D R . J O H N BU RK E ’4 0

E D U C AT I O N M E D A L

IN H O N O R O F

RE CI PIEN T:

S T E P H EN M . B O G A R T

D U N S S C O T US AWA RD

F RE D E RI C K D EN NIS F U RM A N ’6 4 F RE D E RI C K ’6 4 A N D C AT H E RIN E F U RM A N F U RM A N FA MILY D R . G E R A RD G A L G A N D R . ENIL D O G A R CI A K AT H L EEN C O RRI G A N G I A L L A N Z A ’ 9 0 A N N A A N D J O SE P H G I A Q UIN T O D R . U W E G IE L EN

RE CI PIEN T S :

M A R G A RE T A N D T H O M A S G R O A RK E

James Orlando ’14, PSC Anthony Turillo ’15, Undecided

H E L EN A N D RI C H A RD H A LV E RS O N D R . D O R O T H Y LI P P H A RRIS D R . A R T HU R HU G H E S R O S A A N D F L O RE S LIN A RE S B R O T H E R A L F O N SUS M A H E R , O. S . F. J O SE P H M . A N D M A RY A N N M AT T O N E B R O T H E R C E L E S T IN E M C G A RRY, O. S . F. D R . D O N A L D M E T Z ’47 J O SE P H MIN G R O N E ’76 DR. JOHN MOTLEY J O SE P H NI C H O L S O N , P E T E R S PIN E L LI, C AT H E RIN E A N D D AV ID S T EIN M A N N J O N AT H A N NI G R O ’ 9 6 J O H N C A RD IN A L O ’ C O N N O R P R O F E S S O R E RN E S T P E T RU C E L LI D R . C A R O LY N P L O N S K Y P R O F E S S O R E D WA RD SE T R A K I A N P R O F E S S O R F R A N CIS S L A D E D R . F R A N K S O RREN T IN O C A RL O T R A M O N T O Z Z I PAU L U RS O ’5 0 W O RL D T R A D E C EN T E R V I C T IM S

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P O R T R A I T WA L L : E S TA B L I S H E D S C H O L A R S H I P S The following photographs appear on the Established Scholarship Wall in the DeBlasio Family Lobby on campus. Each portrait portrays the honoree(s) of an established scholarship at St. Francis College.

Richie Allen ’96

Honorable Francis X. Altimari ‘50 Scholarship

Anne Longo Amore

Carmen and Edward ’60 Aquilone

Peter N. Aquilone

Right Reverend John J. Berkery ’38

Madeline and Stanley Bogart

Monsignor Paul Bradley ’37

Dr. John Burke ’40

John Daniel Callahan

Frank M. Caputo

Dr. Joseph Carpino

Reverend Michael A. Carrano ’66

Philip Andrew Carrano ’70

Brother Camillus Casey, O.S.F.

Dr. Michael Casey

Robert B. Catell

Derrick D. Cephas

Class of 1938

Dean John Clifford

Rita and Michael Collins

Jo Conway

Joseph Coppotelli ’62

Brother Henry Cuddy, O.S.F. ’40

Arthur Curry

Antoinette M. D’Amato

Jack ’70 and Kathy Danaher

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio

Honorable Eileen C. Dugan

Pete P. Fazio ’60

Dr. Joseph A. Ellis

Bernard Ferguson ’22 2 Scholarships

Honorable Anthony J. Genovesi

Betty and Leo Giancola

Drs. James Aloysius Gibson ’63 and Patricia Brozinsky

Hans-Peter Dawson

Helen and Louis DeBlasio Professor Francis Delaney Marge and John ’58 Dietl

Professor Nicholas A. Fiorenza ’36

Gerard Flanagan ’53 and Elizabeth Flanagan McCloskey

Dr. James Flynn

Honorable Kevin Fogarty

William F. Fox, Jr. ’49

Harold Geneen

Augustus E. Giegengack

Brother Austin Gill, O.S.F. ’62

Brother Urban Gonnoud, O.S.F.

Dr. Francis Greene

Monsignor Daniel A. Hanrahan

Cornelius Heeney 2 Scholarships

Cathleen and George Kane

Monsignor John Kean

Frances C. and Joseph T. Keegan, Sr.

Julie and Anne Kelly

Brother Edmund Holmes, Dr. Clement Jedrzejewski O.S.F. ’28

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Mary and Walter Henning Susan and Roger Hertog

Brother Pascal Kelly, O.S.F. ’33

Mrs. Nora Konkel

Brother John Hoffschmidt, O.S.F.

Ronnie Murray Konkel


The following established scholarships are also represented on the Endowed Scholarship Wall but do not have a portrait. H O N O R A B L E F R A N C IS X . A LT IM A RI

Dr. Nino Langiulli

17th of June (Evelyn Margaret Laquercia)

Thomas Michael Laquercia ’66

Brother George Larkin, O.S.F. ’60

Marie and Bill Ledermann

Daniel Lynch, Sr. ’38

Philip and Rhena Lynch

’5 0 S C H O L A RS HI P J O E B R O W N E ’6 8 S C H O L A RS HI P F R A N K C E L AU R O S C H O L A RS HI P C H A S E M A N H AT TA N B A N K S C H O L A RS HI P S C H EMI C A L B A N K S C H O L A RS HI P MI C H A E L P. D O N O VA N ’ 81 A N D K E L LY J. Q UIN N ’ 8 0 S C H O L A RS HI P

Lucy and Joseph Macchiarola

Mary and Frank J. ’62 Macchiarola

James Mangano

Joseph M. Mattone

Mary Ann Mattone

Margaret L. McArdle

Robert McCarron (Brother Isidore, O.S.F.)

D U N S S C O T US S C H O L A RS HI P E M P L OY EE S C H O L A RSHI P F R A N CIS C A N B R O T H E RS O F T H E T HIRD O RD E R RE G U L A R S C H O L A RS HI P F R A N CIS C A N B R O T H E RS W H O RE SID E D AT T H E C O L L E G E F RI A RY S C H O L A RS HI P F R A N C IS C A N IN S TIT U T E

John ’51 and Mary McCarthy 12 Scholarships

Donald H. McCree, Jr.

Bridget T. and Patrick J. McTague

Hugh O’Neill ’37 and Josephine McTague

Joseph Murphy (Brother Jarlath, O.S.F.)

John Muscara

Brother Roger Nagle, O.S.F.

S C H O L A RS HI P G L A DYS B R O O KS F O U N D AT I O N S C H O L A RS HI P 2 Scholarships E LI Z A B E T H A N D B E RN A RD H AV E R T Y S C H O L A RS HI P E LI Z A B E T H BIL LIN G H A M H AV E R T Y S C H O L A RS HI P

Brother Thomas O’Neill, O.S.F. ’68

Deloitte / William G. Parrett ’67 4 Scholarships

James Patranzino ’69

Vincent F. Pitta ’72

Frances and Anthony C. ’67 Providenti

Dr. Tom Quigley ’52

Brother Leo Quinn, O.S.F. ’26

B E RN A RD H AV E R T Y S C H O L A RS HI P W IL LI A M R A N D O L P H H E A RS T F O U N D AT I O N S C H O L A RS HI P 3 Scholarships E RN E S T K EH R ’35 M E M O RI A L S C H O L A RS HI P R O B E R T ’5 0 A N D M A RY L A NI G A N S C H O L A RS HI P

Brother Columba Reilly, O.S.F.

John “Jay” Riddell ’66 4 Scholarships

Brother Jerome Roese, O.S.F.

Irene and Vincent Salamone

Melissa Sanchez

Dr. Aida Santiago

Dr. Charles Savage

R O SE D. M C A RD L E S C H O L A RS HI P RI G H T RE V E RE N D M O N SI G N O R J O SE P H V. M C C L A N C Y M E M O RI A L S C H O L A RSHI P JOAN AND THOMAS MEADE S C H O L A RS HI P L O IS M E L SH A S C H O L A RS HI P 2 Scholarships J O H N P. O ’ B OY L E S C H O L A RS HI P

Brother Robert Schaefer, O.S.F. ’61

Charles Schaem ’40

Brother Robert Smith, O.S.F.

Timothy M. Stackpole ’01

Peter J. Striano

Student Government Association John F. Kennedy

Brother Austin Sullivan, O.S.F.

P R O V ID EN T I FA MILY / C O U N C IL O F RE G EN T S S C H O L A RS HI P H E L EN Q UI G L E Y S C H O L A RS HI P 2 Scholarships D R . S C H O L L F O U N D AT I O N S C H O L A RS HI P S H EE N E Y S C H O L A RSHI P J O SE P H SU PA N C I C H ’26 /

Brother Donald Sullivan, O.S.F. 4 Scholarships

Grace I. Terry

Anne Trivisonno

Brother Giles Turbee, O.S.F.

Louis Valentino, Jr. ’79 3 Scholarships & 4 Stipends

Mary and Frank Walker

Rita-May and Thomas ’62 Ward

C HIL D A BUSE P RE V E N T I O N P R O G R A M S C H O L A RSHI P J O SE P H A N D C L A RE WA L K E R S C H O L A RS HI P

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201 0 –2011 SCH O L ARS H I P S The following donors are recognized for their generosity to the SFC Scholarship Program.

A C A D EMI C S C H O L A RSHI P F O R W O M EN

Robert ’72 and Margie Gralinski

Lynn A. Archiopoli ’76

Dennis J. Burke ’71 and Martha L. Mackey, Esq.

Bank of America

Ann M. Molitor

A N D RE A A N D M A R G IE A R C A R O L A S C H O L A RSHI P

Richard T. ’55 and Barbara Nolan

Anna and Joseph Giaquinto Dr. Richard A. Giaquinto Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola A N N E A N D B RI A N D U G A N S C H O L A RSHI P

Brendan J. ’68 BT and Barbara A. Dugan Alexandria M. Egler Stanley B. Tunick Foundation Richard D. Tunick BIS H O P NI C H O L A S D IM A R Z I O S C H O L A RSHI P

Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn B R O T H E R A L F O N SUS M A H E R , O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P

Robert F. Dunn ’71 B R O T H E R AUS TIN G IL L , O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P

Reverend William Gill ’51 B R O T H E R C A MIL LUS C A SE Y, O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola James F. ’73 and Theresa McKenna Joseph A. ’58 and Ann Nunziata Anthony J. ’65 and Dorothy Witt B R O T H E R D O N A L D SU L LI VA N , O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P 1

Edward J. ’63 and Maureen Dougherty

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Gerard K. ’66 and Joy O. Hannon William P. ’63 and Judy Kinane ’63

B R O T H E R J O H N H O F F S C H MID T, O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Rosario Acquista

Jeanette B. Baker The Lawrence I. and Blanche H. Rhodes Memorial Fund

George R. ’65 and Mary Mayer

Emmet J. ’52 and Caroll Agoglia

Conrad W. Reitz, Jr. ’62

Brittany Agron

Judith C. Ricciardo ’07

John P. ’64 and Dororthy Rooney

Jeannette B. Baker

Mary C. ’91 and Edward B. Shaw

William E. ’63 and Sarah Spencer

Lou Benevento

John P. ’64 and Janice Smircich

D R . J O SE P H C A R PIN O S C H O L A RS HI P

Roger Berkowitz

Dr. Nino and Mrs. Elizabeth Langiulli

Stephen and Kim Bogart

Joseph M. Szkutnik ’71

Jim and Lucy Bowers

Ralph Demusis James P. Lawler ’71 Frank ’83 and Gloria Leggio Brian P. and Marilyn B. O’Neill B R O T H E R L E O Q UIN N , O. S . F. ’26 S C H O L A RS HI P

Patrick Barone ’74 Sister Barbara Buckbee, C.S.J. ’66 Deacon Salvatore A. ’72 and Ms. Faye Marino Ernest J. ’51 and Elva M. Orlandini Thomas F. ’58 and Dorothy O’Sullivan Francis Roland ’40 Peter J. Schweitzer ’60 Ralph ’65 and Diana Stinebrickner Dr. Charles R. Traina ’72 Joseph C. ’53 and Barbara Wengler B R O T H E R O W E N J. S A D LIE R , O. S . F. ’69 S C H O L A RSHI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola BROTHER ROBERT SCHAEFER, O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola B R O T H E R T H O M A S O ’ N EIL L , O. S . F. ’6 8 S C H O L A RSHI P

John N. ’98 and Mary. E. Wlaysewski

Annamaria L. Gaudio

William G. Parrett ’67 D R . A N N A M O RE S C H O L A RSHI P

B R O T H E R E D M U N D H O L M E S, O. S . F. ’2 8 S C H O L A RSHI P

Patricia Carucci-Kerner ’76

F R A N K J. A N D S A R A H M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RS HI P

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

B R O T H E R G E O R G E L A RK IN , O. S . F. ’6 0 S C H O L A RSHI P

D R . J O SE P H A . E L LIS S C H O L A RS HI P

Eleanor Tollevsen

Harold J. ’61 and Heidi H. Martin

Robert ’61 and Cecilia Lambiase

D E L O IT T E / W IL LI A M G . PA RRE T T A C C O U N T IN G M A S T E RS S C H O L A RS HI P

C A RL O T R A M O N T O Z Z I S C H O L A RS HI P

Edward P. ’60 and Carmen Aquilone

Jennifer M. Gilroy-Ruiz ’89

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Eileen M. Long-Chelales ’92

Teitler & Teitler LLP

Kathleen F. Lynch ’01

Carlo and Flora Tramontozzi

Laura A. Aguirre ’96

Michael T. ’01 and Gina F. Strochansky ’03 D R . A R T HU R HU G H E S S C H O L A RS HI P

Camille Bering Edward R. and Alice A. James Susan M. Ignaciuk ’91 Arnold J. and Jane A. Wolff D R . C L EM EN T J E D RE Z E JE W S K I S C H O L A RS HI P

D R . K Y RIN P O W E RS S C H O L A RS HI P

Mr. Edward M. Ricci and Mrs. Mary E. Lupo D R . NIN O L A N G IU L LI S C H O L A RS HI P

Peter C. ’66 and Patricia Nies

Dr. Joann DeLeonibus

Dr. James M. ’62 and Mrs. Margaret O’Kane

Angelo A. Giordano ’70

D R . D O N A L D M E T Z ’47 S C H O L A RS HI P

Vincent Dougherty ’68 Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Dr. David ’43 and Mrs. Agnes Ballantine

D R . SIM E O N RYA N S C H O L A RSHI P

Matthew J. ’73 and Mary Ellen Krsulich

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Dr. Thomas P. ’51 and Mrs. Emily McHugh

D R . T H O M A S Q UI G L E Y ’52 S C H O L A RS HI P

Emmet J. ’52 and Carroll Agoglia

D R . D O R O T H Y LI P P H A RRIS S C H O L A RS HI P

Daniel F. ’69 and Maria Barry

Dr. Angel R. and Mrs. Patricia Colon

Eugene M. ’52 and Maureen Lyons

D R . ENIL D O G A R CI A S C H O L A RS HI P

Morgan Stanley

David E. ’97 and Eugenia Moskowitz D R . F R A N C IS G REE N E S C H O L A RS HI P

Mary ’95 and Robert Belknap Francis X. ’71 and Deborah A. Holt ’97 Dr. Vincent A. Sawicki ’72 D R . F R A N K S O RREN T IN O S C H O L A RS HI P

Charles P. Kowalski ’72 James G. Quigley ’96 D R . U W E G IE L EN S C H O L A RSHI P

Duns Scotus Award Uwe Gielen, Ph.D. Michele Hirsch, Ph.D. Michael A. ’72 and Kathleen D. Polito D U N S S C O T US S C H O L A RSHI P

Albert G. Doumar ’57 Mr. Peter Hlinka ’50

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

C A RM E N A N D E D WA RD ’6 0 A Q UIL O N E S C H O L A RS HI P

Terrence V. Mulligan ’91

Bernard J. ’58 and Patricia Welsh

Thomas F. and Eileen HarneyFlood

Robert ’86 and Joan Mazzella

Maureen A. Pickard ’84

C H A RL E S S C H A EM ’4 0 S C H O L A RS HI P

Maria Laezza-Moggioli

Patrick J. ’69 and Elizabeth O’Mara

Maria L. Rojas ’10

Richard T. ’55 and Barbara Nolan

Glenn M. Huzinec ’85 and Theresa E. Spelman-Huzinec

Timothy F. Stafford ’64

D R . G E R A RD G A L G A N S C H O L A RS HI P

Michael A. ’72 and Kathleen D. Polito

Louis G. ’79 and Kathleen Pastina

TYCO

Joseph J. ’68 and Frances Svirida

Daisy P. ’96 and Irwin Weinstein

D A NIE L LY N C H , S R . ’3 8 S C H O L A RS HI P

B R O T H E R G IL E S T U RB EE , O. S . F. S C H O L A RSHI P

George C. ’59 and Betty Bergleitner

Brother Roman Morris, O.S.F. ’63

Duncan Blair ’77

Dr. Joseph T. Skerrett, Jr. ’64

Edward J. ’59 and Joan Mullaney

B R O T H E R H EN RY C U D DY, O. S . F. ’4 0 S C H O L A RSHI P

D E A N J O H N C LIF F O RD S C H O L A RS HI P

Michael A. Carlson

Bank of America Charitable Fund

Joseph W. Cuddy ’72

Thomas B. McManus ’70

Lynn Goldsmith

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Dr. Gerald and Dr. Wendy Galgan Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

James I. Konkel ’57 Edward D. ’62 and Anne O’Brien

E LI Z A B E T H A N D B E RN A RD H AV E R T Y S C H O L A RSHI P

David E. Haverty ’81

D R . J O H N M O T L E Y S C H O L A RSHI P

E M P L OY EE S C H O L A RS HI P

Lynnette T. Brinson

Lynne K. Jackson, Ph.D.

Sister Colleen Colbert, O.P. Barry B. and Patrice Edison

F R A N CIS C A N B R O T H E RS S C H O L A RS HI P

Brother Thomas Grady, O.S.F. ’6

Franciscan Brothers of Brooklyn

Leslie-Ann M. Hall Arlene Lieberman Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola Rhonda R. Winston

F R A N K A N D M A RY WA L K E R S C H O L A RS HI P

William J. Walker, Sr. ’66

F R A N K M A C C HI A R O L A’ S BIR T H D AY F U N D

Anonymous Donor

William ’65 and Regina Black Marion Boteju Marsilia Boyle Edward Butterfoss Charles Capetanakis Dr. Anthony Caprio Guy Carlsen Brother Thomas Casey, F.S.C. Dr. Kathleen Cashin Steven Catalano Robert and Joan Catell Brother Gregory Cellini, O.S.F. Paul ”Ziggy” Chadason Ellen R. Cherrick John Clark Michael Marks Cohen Sister Colleen Colbert, O.P. James P. Collins Thomas A. Conniff Dr. Maureen Coughlin Brother Dennis Cronin, FSC Linda Werbel Dashefsky and Lowell Dashefsky William Derrough Donna DeSiena Al ’78 and Chris DiGuido Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio Joseph ’70 and Marie Christine DiMauro Allan Dobrin John and Karen Doherty John and Myrna Donodeo Alexandria M. Egler Karen and David Eisner Anthony ’63 and Leslie Embriano Ann Farrell John and Emalie Feerick Peter E. Felvegi ’03 Joseph and Rebecca Feuerherd Elizabeth and James Fitzpatrick Dall and Ana Marie Forsythe Carol Francescani Jesse E. Fuller Dr. Gerald and Dr. Wendy Galgan Lara J. Genovesi Angela George Sean Gilleran Arthur Goldstein Renee Goodstein, Ph.D. Michelle A. Guarascio ’03 Larry Haden


Thomas F. and Eileen HarneyFlood Renee J. Hertz ’01

Dr. Susan and Mr. Peter Saladino Dr. Geoffrey Horlick and Mrs. Sally Sherwood

Timothy J. Houlihan, Ph.D.

Erez , Ph.D. ’97 and Mrs. Rosalin Shochat

Robert Hubbard

Doug and Gene Sicignano

Sal ’75 and Barbara ’75 Iannuzzi

Fred Siegel

Edmund H. Immergut

Richard ’64 and Jane Silverman

Lynne K. Jackson

Joel and Nancy Hirschtritt

J O SE P H M . M AT T O N E EN D O W E D S C H O L A RS HI P

P E T E R P. FA Z I O ’6 0 S C H O L A RS HI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

John F. ’59 and Annette Astarita

J O SE P H M U R P H Y ( B R O T H E R JA RL AT H , O. S . F. ) S C H O L A RSHI P

Robert K. Zak

James F. ’77 and Joan McElroy

Jeffrey A. ’67 and Barbara Gould

P HILI P A N D RE W C A RR A N O ’70 S C H O L A RS HI P

Frank ’83 and Gloria Leggio

Lorraine J. Carlozzi ’78

Robert Smith

Martin J. ’69 and Peggy M. Michlik

Phyllis C. O’Neill ’81

Gary ’75 and Joanne Jendras

David P. and Stephanie Steinmann

Kathleen M. Joyce ’83

Edward R. Stewart

JU LIE A N D A N N E K E L LY S C H O L A RS HI P

P R O F E S S O R E RN E S T P E T RU C E L LI S C H O L A RSHI P

Sofiya Kagan

Dr. Joseph Stuto

Anne M. Kelly ’79

Leonard and Saundra Honig

Robert Karp

Albert and Valda Swanke

Julie F. Kelly ’79

Sister Theresa Kelly, R.S.M.

Vincent ’57 and Paulette Toscano

Peter S. Gomori, Ph.D. and Mrs. Jannette Katz-Gomori

James King

Carlo and Flora Tramontozzi

John E. Klemm ’77

John F., Esq. ’67 BT and Maureen Tully

James I. Konkel ’57 Sister Mary Lane, C.S.J. ’60 Kathlyn Leonardi Thomas Leonardi Mitchell S. Levenberg Sheron Kerrigan Loman Eileen M. Long-Chelales ’92 Richard E. Loutfi ’01 Joseph and Valerie Louzonis Frank and Sarah Macchiarola James and Denise Macchiarola Joseph and Michaela Macchiarola Mary Macchiarola Robert E. Mackoul Pat ’79 and Veronica ’82 Mallozzi Ellie Mandell Richard F. Marino ’67 Jeff Marx Nikiforos and Lambrina Mathews Dennis J. ’74 and Catherine B. McDermott June A. ’76 and Ronald H. McGrisken ’80 Thomas ’65 and Claire McLellan John McNamara, Ph.D. Lloyd McNeil Frederick ’69 and Anne Michaels Brendan M. Milano Joseph A. ’58 and Ann Nunziata Dr. James M. ’62 and Mrs. Margaret O’Kane Roxanne J. Persaud Danny ’05 and Ivette Plaza Ralph and Alexandra Preite Harry Prince Anthony ’67 and Frances Providenti Brother Dominic F. Quigley, O.S.F. ’71 I. Peter and Diane Rayo Doris Revilla Tara Santos Revilla Judith C. Ricciardo ’07 John ’64 and Dorothy Rooney Nick Rodriguez ’00 Nina Rosenwald David Rudenstine

Joni Yoswein and Glenn VanBramer Carolyn and Ronald Vioni Lori Weisenberg-Catalano

K AT H L EEN C O RRI G A N G I A L L A N Z A ’ 9 0 S C H O L A RSHI P

James E. Corrigan, Ph.D. ’60 K EN N E T H D. D A LY ’8 8 P RE SID E N T I A L S C H O L A RS HI P

Prof. William Yellin

National Grid

P R O F E S S O R F R A N CIS D E L A N E Y S C H O L A RS HI P

United Way of New York City

Brother Edward Wesley, O.S.F.

LU C Y A N D J O SE P H M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RSHI P

Brendan Considine and Katrina Zafiriadis H E L E N A N D RI C H A RD H A LV E RS O N S C H O L A RS HI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola H O N O R A B L E F R A N C IS X . A LT IM A RI ’5 0 S C H O L A RS HI P

Brendan T. ’63 and Mary Mahon JA C K ’70 A N D K AT H Y D A N A H E R S C H O L A RS HI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola M A R G A RE T A N D T H O M A S G R O A RK E S C H O L A RS HI P

Mr. Joseph M. Szkutnik ’71

Mary A. Ledermann

P R O F E S S O R NI C H O L A S A . F I O REN Z A ’36 S C H O L A RSHI P

Ridgewood Foundation Ridgewood Savings Bank

Chase (JPMorgan Chase Bank)

John J. ’70 and Elizabeth Casey

Council of School Supervisors

Michael T. ’69 and Margaret Corcoran

Peter E. Felvegi ’03

George J. Johansen ’70 and Gail Hessler Johansen

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Robert L. ’72 and Margaret Smith

Pat ’79 and Veronica ’82 Mallozzi

J O E B R O W N E ’6 8 S C H O L A RS HI P

M A RY A N D WA LT E R H EN NIN G S C H O L A RS HI P

Dr. Robert E. ’66 and Mrs. Judith L. Judge J O H N ’5 8 A N D M A R G E D IE T L S C H O L A RS HI P

John J. Dietl ’58 Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund J O H N C A RD IN A L O ’ C O N N O R S C H O L A RS HI P

Kevin J. ’78 and Maureen Redden J O N AT H A N NI G R O ’ 9 6 S C H O L A RS HI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola J O S E P H A N D MI C H A E L A M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RS HI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

M A RIE A N D BIL L L E D E RM A N N S C H O L A RS HI P

Kenneth P. ’70 and Kathleen Brown

Walter J. ’65 and Linda L. Conklin

P R O F E S S O R F R A N CIS S L A D E S C H O L A RS HI P

Edward J. ’69 and Patricia Groarke

AIG Insurance

J O H N “JAY ” RID D E L L ’6 6 S C H O L A RS HI P

Richard A. ’61 and Elizabeth Dreyer

David E. ’97 and Eugenia Moskowitz

M A RY A N D F R A N K J. ’62 M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RSHI P

Joseph T. ’68 and Karyn Browne

Dr. Geoffrey Horlick and Mrs. Sally Sherwood

Kenneth D. ’88 and Laurie Daly

Susan Weisman Marija and Michael Wierzbicki

Nancy A. Lento-Misseri ’79 and Vincent Misseri

Brother Dominic F. Quigley, O.S.

Michael A. ’61 and Catherine J. Henning

Bank of America Charitable Found Richard J. ’68 and Mary Collins Thomas B. McManus ’70 Mr. James H. Murphy ’71 and Mrs. Gretchen Menn

MI C H A E L A N D J EN NIF E R M A C C HI A R O L A S C H O L A RSHI P

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Paul R. ’75 and Virginia Cronen Virginia ’83 and Thomas Flahive Melissa A. Gialanella ’98

Gerald Rusello

National Grid

Constantino Sagonas

Angela K. Manekas ’01

Alexandria M. Egler Sean P. Gilleran Thomas F. and Eileen HarneyFlood Timothy J. Houlihan, Ph.D. Dr. Cheryl A. Howell Michael, D.M.A. and Marianne Kaminski Joseph S. and Valerie Louzonis Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola Olga M. ’01 and Eric Macolino Dennis J. ’74 and Catherine B. McDermott Daniel P. McGrisken ’10 June A. ’76 and Ronald H. McGrisken ’80 Ryan M. McGrisken ’10 Judith C. Ricciardo ’07 Susan L. and Barry D. Richards Edward R. Stewart Jaclyn A. Weber Marija F. and Michael E. Wierzbicki T IM O T H Y M . S TA C K P O L E ’ 01 S C H O L A RS HI P

Peter J. Brady Richard ’76 and Regina D’Allesandro Eugene L. Jesinkey and Regina Weber Jesinskey

John H. Scott ’61

S T E P H EN M . B O G A R T S C H O L A RS HI P

Rosario Acquista

Maryann DeMartino

R O B E R T M C C A RR O N ( B R O T H E R ISID O RE , O. S . F ) S C H O L A RS HI P

Joseph M. and Mary Ann Mattone

P E T E R N . A Q UIL O N E S C H O L A RS HI P

Brendan P. Considine

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

James I. Konkel ’57

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu

Nicholas A. Canedo

Martin F. Collins

M A RY A N N M AT T O N E S C H O L A RS HI P

James I. Konkel ’57

THE STEPHEN M. BOGART S T U D EN T SU P P O R T F U N D

Andrew Catalano

R O N NIE M U RR AY KO N K E L S C H O L A RS HI P

M RS . N O R A KO N K E L S C H O L A RS HI P

Jay Wartski

RITA A N D MI C H A E L C O L LIN S S C H O L A RS HI P

John M. ’71 and Sally A. McGrath

Frank J., Ph.D. ’62 and Mary T. Macchiarola

Mark S. and Annette Taffet

T H E A R T HU R C U RRY S C H O L A RS HI P

A.J.W. Properties Management, In Gregg and Jennifer Backer Joseph Callahan HBO Thomas Hauser Raymond J. ’71 and Nora McKeough Oscar De La Hoya Foundation Time Warner Foundation, Inc. Top Rank, Inc. Janet Rolle

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S T. F R A N C I S C O L L E G E O F F I C E OF DEVELOPMENT

718.489.5361 development@sfc.edu

Thomas F. Flood Vice President for Development Marion D. Boteju Director of Scholarship Programs Nicholas Canedo Donor Relations Associate, Prospect Researcher Sabrina Simmons Office Assistant Edward R. Stewart Director of Major and Planned Gifts Charlene St.Vil Director of Annual Giving

I S YO U R N A M E N O T L I S T E D ?

It could be because: ƒƒ You made your gift after June 30, 2011, the end of the fiscal year. Gifts received after June 30 will be recognized in the next annual donor report. ƒƒ You asked that your gift be anonymous. ƒƒ While every effort goes into the accuracy of this report, an error can occur. If we have made an error or omission please accept our sincerest apologies and notify us to ensure that our records are corrected. You may make a gift to the College online at: www.sfc.edu

Please call the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs at 718.489.5361 or e-mail development@sfc.edu with any questions, comments or concerns.

Emmlynn L. Taylor Donor Relations Associate Marija Wierzbicki Development Associate, Assistant to VP for Development

S T. F R A N C I S C O L L E G E SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

The generosity of our benefactors reflects and strengthens the core of St. Francis College. Your support helps make the St. Francis College experience available to students who might not otherwise have the opportunity to pursue a college education. Expanding these opportunities continues to be a top priority for St. Francis College. If you would like to contribute to or create a scholarship, please contact the Office of Development and Alumni Affairs at 718.489.5361 or development@sfc.edu You may make a gift to St. Francis College by: ƒƒ Check (payable to St. Francis College) ƒƒ Credit Card ƒƒ Wire Transfer ƒƒ Gift of Stock ƒƒ Planned Gift (www.sfc.edu/plannedgiving) ƒƒ Online (www.sfc.edu)

A L U M N I R E L AT I O N S

Dennis J. McDermott ’74 Director Vanessa DeAlmeida ’00 Assistant Director Donna Desiena Secretary STU DE NT WOR K E RS:

Kenneth Chapman David Loutfi Megan Pynn

Think you need a fortune to fund a St. Francis College scholarship? Think again! St. Francis College offers many ways to help our benefactors meet their giving and financial goals—and you don’t need a fortune to invest to experience the joys and personal growth charity brings. You can establish your own

Scholarships can be

Friends of SFC also have the

scholarship fund with a

established through

option of making a contri-

gift of $100,000 or more or

outright gifts or a variety

bution to an existing

you can create a sunset /

of planned-giving options

scholarship fund at any

term fund in memory or

including bequest, chari-

time. A comprehensive list

honor of a special individual

table remainder trusts, lead

of all scholarships is detailed

with as little as $10,000. If

trusts, gifts of insurance, etc.

in this stewardship report.

you wish, you may further advance these funds by contributing at a subsequent time. Please consider leaving a legacy of gratitude and hope to future generations of SFC students and to a Franciscan tradition with proven results. Contact the Development Office today to see how we can help you become a scholarship funder. 718.489.5361 or email development@sfc.edu

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St. Francis College Statement of Activities F O R T H E Y E A R E N D E D J U N E 3 0 , 2 011 , W I T H S U M M A R I Z E D T O T A L S F O R 2 01 0

T O TA L T EM P O R A RILY RE S T RI C T ED

P ERM A N EN T LY RE S T RI C T ED

4 3, 8 95, 249

$      —

$       —

(12,0 5 6, 8 8 8 )

(12,0 5 6, 8 8 8 )

(11,0 8 9,4 0 6)

31,838,361

31,838,361

28,904,001

Government appropriations

1, 24 0, 3 6 5

1, 24 0, 3 6 5

1,0 4 8 ,695

Gifts and private grants

2,187,5 4 4

270,0 0 8

2,457,552

2,0 35,177

Investment return used for operations

3,126, 870

3, 216, 870

3, 3 0 5,4 42

Other

1,524,479

1,524,479

1, 323,074

6 67,4 0 4

( 6 67,4 0 4)

40,675,023

(397,396)

40,277,627

36,616,389

14,9 91,157

14,9 91,157

14,132,0 93

Academic support

4,113,45 8

4,113,45 8

3, 8 62,6 0 8

Student services

8 ,9 93,578

8 ,9 93,578

8 , 8 42,92 9

10,5 6 6,6 62

10,5 6 6,6 62

9,978 ,472

38,664,855

38,664,855

36,816,102

2,010,168

(397,396)

1,612,772

(199,713)

2,179,726

4 0, 2 0 6

14 3, 2 25

2, 3 6 3,157

792, 8 9 0

247,0 0 0

(247,0 0 0 )

Campaign expenses

( 9 07,9 8 4)

( 9 07,9 8 4)

( 9 0 3, 378 )

Capital project expenses

(371,677)

(371,677)

(3 3 4,115)

Investment return in excess of amounts used to support operations

5, 32 2,9 4 6

1,95 6,0 69

7, 279,015

2,5 3 4, 8 5 0

Early retirement expense

(12 9,492)

(12 9,492)

(23 6,713 )

Change in net assets from nonoperating activities

6,340,519

1,749,275

143,225

8,233,019

1,853,534

Changes in net assets

8,350,687

1,351,879

143,225

9,8 45,791

1,653,821

72,037,694

3,4 48,593

9,930,829

85,417,116

83,763,295

$ 80,388,381

$  4,800,472

$ 10,074,054

$ 95,262,907

$ 85,417,116

UN RE S T RI C T ED

2011

2010

O PER ATIN G RE V ENUE S A ND SUP P O RT Student tuition and fees College and endowment funded scholarships and government sponsored assistance Net tuition and fees

Net assets released from restrictions Total operating revenues and support

$ 

$ 

4 3, 8 95, 249

$ 

3 9,9 93,4 07

O PER ATIN G E X PENSE S : Instruction

Institutional support Total operating expenses Changes in net assets from operating activities N O N O PER ATIN G AC TIVITIE S : Gifts and private grants Net assets released for capital purposes

Net assets, beginning of year Net assets, end of year

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Upcoming Alumni Events For more information on our upcoming events, please visit our website at www.sfc.edu or contact the Alumni Office at (718) 489- 5471. S AT U R D AY, J A N U A R Y 2 1 , 2 0 1 2

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Athletic Hall of Fame Awards Ceremony

Men’s Basketball Plays LIU at Madison Square Garden

Special Reception for all St. Francis College Couples

St. Francis College

For the second year in a row, the Men’s Basketball team will play at Madison Square Garden. On Wednesday, February 8 at 9:00pm, the Terriers take on LIU. If you would like more information on tickets, please contact the Terrier Athletic Department at (718) 489-5490.

On Saturday, March 3, 2012 we will hold a special reception celebrating all our St. Francis College Couples. The reception will include a hot buffet and refreshments. Couples at the event will be featured in the next issue of the Terrier. If you would like more information, please contact Vanessa De Almeida at (718) 489-5363.

S AT U R D AY, J A N U A R Y 2 8 , 2 0 1 2

Alumni Memorial Mass Join us at St. Francis College as we remember our deceased alumni and friends. The mass will take place at 11:00 a.m., followed by a luncheon at 12:00 p.m. If you would like to attend this event, please call Donna DeSiena at (718) 489-5471. RSVP by January 23, 2011.

S AV E T H E D AT E :

Alumni Reunion Dinner Friday, May 11, 2012 / St. Francis College


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