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Fall 2011

The Tower

Serving Alumni, Parents and Friends of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

Our New Sign see article on page 10


Saturday, November 5, 2011 9:00 a.m. - Multipurpose Activity Center

Career Fair

Thursday, February 16, 2012 Multipurpose Activity Center 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Spring Open House

Saturday, March 31, 2012 9:00 a.m. - Multipurpose Activity Center

Alumni Awards Brunch

Saturday, April 21, 2012 10:00 a.m. – Jones Dining Hall

In the mid-1950’s, a new wooden sign with the school’s name was placed at the front of the school on East King Street. The sign was made in the carpentry shop. The text that accompanied this photo of the “new” sign read, “Know ye by these presents – at long last a sign for all the world to see! The new marker stands erect facing East King Street, easily seen by the passing traffic.”

Alumni Banquet

Saturday, April 21, 2012 5:00 p.m. – Multipurpose Activity Center

Check our website at or call the Foundation Office at 717-295-9666 for more information on these events!

The Tower is a service of the Thaddeus Stevens Foundation and Alumni Association. It is published quarterly. Current circulation is 7,500 to alumni, parents, trustees, faculty, corporations and friends.

John Yurchak, Jr. ’60, Foundation President Scott Trower ’80, Alumni Association President Alex B. Munro ’60, Executive Director Sophia E. Weibel, Editor Mike Brady ‘05, Graphic Designer

740 East End Avenue Lancaster, PA 17602 (717) 295-9666 1-800-571-7324 Fax: (717) 295-9652 Federal Tax I.D. #23-6406980

The Thaddeus Stevens Foundation is registered with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in compliance with its charitable organization law, and copies of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free within Pennsylvania 1-800-7320999. Registration does not imply endorsement by the Commonwealth.

From The President’s Desk Greeting from Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, The opening of the school year went very well, especially considering that the Branch Campus is closed for the year and all of the programs housed at that location were moved to a leased building in the Greenfield Corporate Center. Our staff and faculty did an incredible job to insure this transition went smoothly and had little or no negative impact on our students. Among the many initiatives for the upcoming year is the creation of a new Master Plan. A Master Plan is a roadmap for the development of the campus and a vehicle to develop the physical aspirations of our vision and strategic plan. The foundation of the Master Plan is the College’s Academic Plan which sets the goals for which programs the College will offer as well as enrollment. Other elements that must be integrated into the plan are the Enrollment Management Plan, Technology Plan, and Financial Plan. VP Betty Tompos is chairing the Master Plan Steering Committee composed of a cross section of the institution’s constituents and VP William Thompson is directing the creation of the Academic Plan. In practice this is a concurrent joint effort. The Master Plan Steering Committee will create a detailed outline of the plan with the assistance from professionals in the field. This will be an inclusive process with input from all constituent groups throughout the process. The first step in the process has been to establish the ideal criteria for a program to be offered at the College. These criteria include: placement potential of graduates; high skill-high wage in nature; opportunities for employment in Pennsylvania; and potential to attract and matriculate mission students. At this point the Committee will evaluate the College’s current programs based on these criteria using the data which is available through each program’s annual performance data dashboard. The next step will be to evaluate potential programs based on these criteria and then establish goals in terms of programs and enrollment. Many other intermediate steps are involved. In the end a plan for the entire campus will be created that includes current as well as proposed future facilities to accommodate the goals determined and defined during the process. The final document will provide a roadmap to the future physical development of the campus and is critical to fundraising and the capital budget requests to the Commonwealth. This is an exciting effort which we hope to conclude within the next year. I will keep you informed of our progress. Best regards,

William E. Griscom

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From The


Class of 1962

John Weber (Machine) has volunteered to be the reunion chairman for your 50th class reunion coming up in 2012. He will be contacting each member of the Class of 1962 to remind everyone to save the date, April 21, 2012, for the reunion and to let you know specific plans as they become available. Put the date on your calendar and make plans to be here for this special reunion!

Class of 1980

Mike LeVasseur (Collision Repair) was recently awarded the 2011 Collision Repair Shop Executive of the Year Award at the annual International Autobody Congress & Exposition in Orlando, FL. LeVasseur is partner, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Keenan Auto Body, Inc. of Philadelphia, PA. In his current position, LeVasseur currently operates 11 facilities with a total sales of more than $19 million. Beyond growing Keenan Auto Body’s bottom line, LeVasseur, his staff and their family have contributed to their community by hosting an annual charity golf outing that raised more than $200,000 for local charities. LeVasseur has also spearheaded green initiatives within Keenan Auto Body to minimize their impact on the environment.

Class of 1987

The year 2012 marks a special anniversary – the 25th reunion of your graduation from Stevens! We hope you save the date, April 21, 2012 for this special reunion with your classmates. If anyone wishes to volunteer as a chairperson for this reunion, please contact Sophie Weibel in the Alumni Office ( or 717-295-9666). In the meantime, mark this date on your calendar and make plans to come back to campus for the reunion – you’ll be proud to see how Stevens has grown!

Class of 1990 Bruce Shallis called to update his information and said he now owns 3 businesses (commercial cleaning, rental properties and an off-road park), employing 70 people. Although he never worked in Cabinetmaking, he’s grateful to Stevens for giving him the skills and business training to become a successful entrepreneur.

Class of 2000

Bernard Hershberger, a 2007 graduate of Penn State Harrisburg’s MBA program and graduate of both Penn State and Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Technology, has received the Penn State Alumni Association’s 2011 Alumni Achievement Award. Hershberger is president and owner of Stoltz Mfg, LLC, a designer and manufacturer of spreading equipment for the farming and construction industries. He became the third generation in his extended family to run the business. Stoltz Mfg. received a national innovation award for introducing new products to highway professionals, including a cement spreader with a dust-control system, which Hershberger designed. Hershberger serves on the advisory committee to the Mechanical Engineering Technology Department at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology.

Class of 2005

Coty Martin was named software development engineer for Godfrey Advertising, Inc. of Lancaster. He will develop websites and custom application programming. He was a software engineer at Robson Forensic, Inc. He also is a Marine Corps veteran and a graduate of Steven’s Computer Network Systems Administration (CNSA) program.

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Class of 1965

The Class of 1965 held their 8th annual reunion in Tower City. There were 25 in attendance. Mark your calendars now and plan to attend July 14, 2012 at 12:00 noon at the Brown Jug in Tower City. For more information, contact Ed Gunesch at

Thank You!

Does anyone remember this?

Thanks to the generous volunteerism of Ned Souders ’70, the Alumni House got a much-needed facelift on the East End Avenue side this past summer. We greatly appreciated Ned’s offer to clean and paint our entire front porch. It looks great – thank you, Ned!

This is the clockworks for the tower clock in the Mellor Administration building at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology. We think the clock was purchased in by Ted Schwalm from the City of New York’s Grand Central Station. Does anyone know this history?

Welcome Coach Casillo Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology has announced the hiring of Dan Casillo as the new Head Coach for the college’s wrestling team. “This is a great opportunity to work for a top quality institution with an outstanding reputation in the classroom and on the mat,” state Casillo. “While participating in the NJCAA, Thaddeus Stevens has set a high standard, and it’s my commitment to uphold that standard as I support the athletes in achieving their individual, team and college goals.” Coach Casillo brings with him many years of coaching experience at the High School level, including serving as Pequea Valley’s Junior High Head Wrestling Coach and most recently as the Freshman Head Wrestling Coach for McCaskey High School. Casillo also wrestled for Gannon University’s Division II wrestling squad while attending the college. Casillo takes over an accomplished team that will, among others, return all three of the wrestlers who qualified for Nationals in 2011, Adam Will, Matt Rust and Sterling Goshea.

In Memoriam

Joseph Stoppi Class of 1954 – Machine August 16, 2011

Zachary Flick Class of 2006 – Electronics July 16, 2011

William Wetterau Class of 1954 – Masonry May 18, 2011

Robert Hartshorne Class of 1956 - Machine September 30, 2011

Use your smartphone to scan this code and immediately access the Stevens website! The Tower • 2011 Summer 5

Congratulations to the 2011 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees beginning at 6:00 pm in Jones Dining Hall. In addition to the ceremony on Friday evening, the three inductees were recognized during half time of the Homecoming football game. The three inductees were selected after being nominated for this year’s Hall of Fame. “Based on their experiences as student athletes for the college, these men personify the spirit of the athletic program at Thaddeus Stevens College,” commented Chad Baker, Director of Marketing and Public Information.

From left to right: Michael Plaxa ’53; Ellsworth Lear ’54 and Mickey Schriver ’55

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology inducted three new members into the Athletic Hall Fame on Friday, September 30. Ellsworth Lear ’54; Michael Plaxa ’53 and Mickey Schriver ’55 were each inducted into the Hall of Fame during a banquet and ceremony in their honor

The mission of the Athletics Department of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is to provide an athletic program that helps develop the whole person through education and competition, to stimulate a lasting attitude of discipline, sportsmanship, integrity, leadership, and social responsibility, to promote ethnic and cultural diversity within athletic programs, to insure equal opportunity for all staff and student-athletes, and to make the athletic program an enduring source of pride for the student population, student-athletes, alumni, college, and community. Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2012 Athletic Hall of Fame induction. Please contact the Alumni Office to place a nomination.


Mr. Michael Brady shares current student projects with visiting alumni.

“Champ,” the Stevens Bulldog, made a surprise appearance in the Business Administration lab during their program reunion! 6 Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

Twenty alumni returned for the Graphics & Printing Technology program reunion during Homecoming. Above, Mr. Brad Adams updates grads on program news.


Members of the 1986 football team attended their 25th reunion for the Homecoming football game. “Honey and the Bees” provided some classic tunes for the Car Show.

Despite the chilly weather, these alums had a great time under the Hospitality Tent!

Champ the Bulldog was on hand to lend a hand (paw) to the 1965 Buick Wildcat raffle ticket sale at the Car Show.

Paul Roach (center), attended the 1971 football team’s 40th reunion. He is joined by Scott Trower ’80 (L), President of the Alumni Association and Alex Munro ’60, Executive Director.

Class of 1979 alumni pose for a shot (L-R) Bruce Schreiner, Mike Hood and Warren Taylor.

Alumni congratulate members of the Stevens football team for their win over Williamson Trade.

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PPL Supports Stevens Through PA EITC Tax Credits John M. Levitski, Regional Director of PPL Corporation, recently presented a check  for $10,000 to the College Foundation, representing Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) funds. The funds are for the College’s Pathways to Achievement initiative which supports the College’s Dual Enrollment/Early Enrollment program. This program is in cooperation with Lancaster County school districts and provides high school seniors an  opportunity to concurrently enroll at  Thaddeus Stevens College to take advanced courses or technical programs not available at their school. These courses are credited toward their senior year and high school graduation, as well as toward their first year in college. Financial support such as demonstrated by PPL is critical to the success of this program and the opportunity for students start a college degree, which they may not otherwise be able to   attain. Visit the College website  under the “Giving” section to learn more about how your company can participate in the PA EITC program.

Dr. William Griscom, President, Thaddeus Stevens College; Jordan Suarez (Dual Enrollment – Electronics &J.P. McCaskey student ); Juan Velez.(Dual Enrollment – Architecture & J.P. McCaskey student ); John Levitski, Regional Director of PPL; and Allen Tate, Director of Development, Thaddeus Stevens College.

Tech Savvy Girls knowledge and interest in technology fields, and help them develop the confidence to use tools of the trade, develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills to create fun projects. Personal development workshops were conducted around career development and self-esteem. The goals of the programs are to help girls create a “future story” for themselves in which a technical career and a wellrounded life are seen not only as exciting and rewarding but attainable.

Thaddeus Stevens College is committed to opening the doors in nontraditional fields for girls. Stevens has developed a K-12 initiative to encourage low-income students to consider technical careers. One component is the Stevens’ summer technology camps which target girls who are a key group in the larger puzzle of preparing tomorrow’s technical workforce. This summer, more than sixty girls from Lancaster and surrounding counties had the opportunity to immerse themselves in technology. One program was a collaborative six-week project between YWCA of Lancaster County and Stevens’ which introduced girls to the fields of robotics, plumbing, carpentry, electronics, graphic design and printing, and collision repair. The program is designed to broaden girls’

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The second program entitled, Minds Innovating and Seeking Sustainability (MISS) incorporated hands-on instruction with “live” green field trips, psychosocial development workshops, and recreational activities. MISS provided 18 hours of hands-on instruction in three technical programs of study: Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC), Carpentry, and Graphic Design. The HVAC workshop provided instruction in energy auditing for kids, solar heating and cooling, weatherization. MISS participants made jewelry boxes from recycled materials in Carpentry Technology and designed green slogan logos in Graphic Design. Green field trips included Frye Landfill and Methane Gas Production, and National Novelty Brush Company’s green roof. Thanks to Valdijah Brown, Director of Grants, for submitting this article.

Raise Your Hands That’s right; raise your hands if you’re going with us on our next College project challenge. It doesn’t matter if you are a mountain climber or an astronaut. The pinnacle of one’s success is really the threshold catalyst that serves as an incentive for the next challenge. We all know we’re in a sluggish economy and at the college level our budget is extremely limited. Every step by our administration is one of monetary prudence which is complemented by their daily reevaluations of operational priorities. This is where you and I come in, recognizing that we now have another rewarding opportunity to undertake a very important project for the Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, one that would produce facility enhancement and student learning. The general consensus is to align our focus on Old Main, probably better known as the Mellor Building, which is located at the end of our main entrance coming off King Street. The Mellor Building is 107 years old and has been well used by thousands of students, faculty and administrators, all who have exhibited lots of tender loving care in its usage over the last century.

We want to highlight the successful entrepreneurship of Lydia Hamilton Smith in the midst of a very dark time in our nation when slavery, segregation and oppression were rampant throughout the land. The Lydia Smith story is a natural lead-in to showcasing the women of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology as we embrace and reveal pictorially our expanded mission of 1976 in becoming a co-ed institution. We would like to show historically the advancing academic progression that our women students have made from 1976 to the present. We want to emphasize the vast job placement opportunities availed to women who are technically skilled. We’ll be illustrating how Stevens College is training and preparing women technologically for employment in the world’s workforce of tomorrow. The new Lydia Hamilton Smith Gallery may be used to conduct lectures, Presidential briefings, Trustee meetings, invited guests, to host public committee meetings, special training sessions, event planning, admissions testing, visiting campus tours, administrative and student committee meetings, President Council planning sessions, formal gatherings day or evening and much, much more.

In consulting with President Griscom it was decided Lydia Hamilton Smith the restoration of Mellor auditorium would be a most worthy campaign and undertaking for our alumni The most exciting part of all is knowing this will be and friends of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology. Turning this an outstanding tribute and honor, not only to Lydia Hamilton Smith, small auditorium with the anchoring beauty of its little balcony back to but to the past, present and future women of Thaddeus Stevens College the era of antiquity will require the highest refining craftsmanship by of Technology. It will be an everlasting memorial of the highest honor our students. and recognition of the valued presence and contributions of the women students of Stevens. Upon completion the auditorium will be designated as the Lydia Hamilton Smith Gallery. It will bear a décor and design reflecting the Right after the first of the New Year I’ll be sharing additional era of her time with a slight blend of current technology. information on the upcoming kick-off of the Lydia Hamilton Smith Gallery campaign as we develop architectural design details and an It is our desire to capture the strength and character of this outstanding estimated restoration cost of the gallery. This is a fantastic project lady as an African American mother, housekeeper, business woman, for the College and is another opportunity for you to help Thaddeus etc. through pictorial displays and historical narratives with an Stevens College of Technology change the lives of those less fortunate illustrative overview of the 24 year working relationship between Lydia through technical education. I’m confident with your generous and Thaddeus Stevens. support we can have a victorious campaign in bringing the new Lydia Hamilton Smith Gallery to reality in 2012.

Classic Car Raffle Win A 1965 Buick Wildcat! Great stocking stuffer idea!

Proceeds to benefit Thaddeus Stevens Foundation Drawing to be held on 3/18/2012 At the bulldog drawdown dinner $10 per ticket or $100 for book of 12 For more information and tickets, contact the Foundation office The Tower • 2011 Summer 9

The Director’s Corner Dear Alumni and Friends of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology: I write this letter with much joy and gratitude to each of you. It was through your generosity of time, talent and financial support that I’m able to say the indebtedness for the electronic message center and the masonry monument base has been fully retired thanks to your most meaningful contributions. When you look on the inside front cover of this newsletter you’ll see the picture of the Thaddeus Stevens sign panel erected on our front lawn back in the early 1920’s. You can detect the Stevens community pride that existed then by the adjoining caption. Here we are 90 some years later and once again beaming with institutional pride as the new electronic message center makes an empowering technical presence on our campus. It’s often said the fruits of your labor are ever before you. Well the fruits of your thoughtfulness for Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology are now stately standing at the corner of our campus at King and Broad Streets proudly proclaiming the multiple technical training opportunities offered by Stevens College. Our Admissions Department has reported that the electronic messaging center is producing public awareness and it is already being reflected in our enrollment. When we started this campaign in September of 2010 we said this project would be a wonderful 2011 Christmas gift to Stevens College and I was confident with your help we could make it happen. I’m happy to say you did it and you did it with flare. President Griscom had a special dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony on August 12th. We were delighted that so many of the donors were able to be a part of the celebration. A commemorative picture of the electronic message center placed in a unique convexed frame was presented to everyone present at the luncheon reception preceding the

dedication. All donors who were unable to be with us will receive their appreciation gift by mail. I close with a sincere thank you to all our contributors for their monetary support and to our students for their outstanding workmanship and to all those who provided supervision and special in-kind gifts. When you invest in Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology you are investing in a winner. Changing the lives of young people through technical education not only changes the person, it changes the world we live in. With your kindness and continued support we can accomplish all that is set before us. Without your participation, the fulfillment of our dreams for Stevens would never have had the chance to become a reality. That’s why Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is so privileged to have you as a partner in all our initiatives of advancement for both the students and the institution. Respectfully,

Alex B. Munro

Get In Touch Many of our readers of The Tower have told us how much they enjoy reading the “Class Notes” section of this publication. The news and accomplishments of our alumni are of great interest to fellow alums, faculty, staff and others. So we want to hear from you! Send us news of your businesses, careers, promotions, marriages, births, etc. Email correspondence is welcomed also - send to

10 Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology Be sure to follow us on twitter and friend us on facebook. It’s a great way to keep up to date with Stevens and reconnect with classmates!

Happenings in Academic Affairs Dr. William Tompson, Vice President

Master Academic Plan

As part of the accreditation process for the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, the College needs to prepare a master plan for academic affairs. Over the past few weeks, this document has been slowly developing into a draft form for distribution and comment. It should be noted that not only does the final plan help to direct the goals and timeliness of academic affairs, but it also serves as the foundation upon which the College’s Facility Master Plan is built. It is anticipated that the Master Academic Plan will be completed by November, 2011. Everyone is invited to provide input.

Workforce Development and Continuing Education

With the closure of the Office of Workforce Development and CE, many of the initiatives have been either lost or postponed. The administration and recordkeeping chores of that office have fallen on the Office of Academic Affairs. During a recent event, the College was approached by a representative of Penn State University – Lancaster Center who was interested in establishing a workable partnership. That institution offered to assume the responsibility of serving as the administrative and fiscal agent for Thaddeus Stevens College’s noncredit and CE training. Subsequent meetings have shown that a partnership may be possible. Details have yet to be finalized.

Evening Electrical Technology

At the time of this writing, the Electrical Technology program that is scheduled to be run in the evenings has 12 students enrolled. This

is an adequate number to insure that the individual courses will run, and to provide confidence that future evening programs should be offered. Although no commitment has yet been made, it appears that there is a growing interest in HVAC training, and this might be the program to be offered during the evening hours next year.

Respiratory Care Close-out

The Respiratory Care program is now in its final year of delivery. The close-out has not been without its challenges and frustrations, however everything seems to be under control. With the help and guidance of friends at Harrisburg Area Community College and Millersville University, the fourteen remaining students will be educated by highly qualified faculty. Ms. Joy Hughes and Ms. Shannon Ahrens have assumed the responsibility for the final year of program and clinical training. The students should graduate on time in May 2012.

Summer Session Update

This year, the College held a ten week Summer session (including two – five week mini sessions). Both general education courses and developmental courses were offered, and over 100 students were enrolled. During these sessions, students addressed academic readiness issues, resolved failures from previous semesters, and worked to get ahead to ease their load in upcoming semesters. The new schedule has proven to be a valuable addition to the College’s portfolio.

Articulation with PSU

During the summer months, faculty in Mechanical Engineering Technology and Electrical Technology visited Penn State – Harrisburg to discuss articulation. Although more work needs to be done, it appears that graduates of both programs may be able to enter their respective baccalaureate programs as juniors (or at least with most credits counting toward the degree).

Stevens College Hosts 3rd Annual Scholarship Dinner

As a way to recognize and thank our generous scholarship donors and introduce them to our student recipients, Stevens College held a Scholarship Awards and Recognition Dinner on Thursday evening, September 22, 2011. This year, 20 scholarships were awarded to 39 individual students, distributing a total of over $80,000. The financial assistance provided by these scholarships offers life-changing support to qualified students at Stevens. See total list of scholarships on page 19.

A record 39 students received scholarship this year at the annual Scholarship Dinner. The Tower • 2011 Summer 11

Development News

Allen E. Tate, Director of Development Another school year is underway and our students are taking part in many exciting and challenging academic and social aspects of college life. We were challenged with relocating our branch campus academic programs to a facility in Greenfield Industrial Park for the year as our branch campus is being renovated. Student housing has been consolidated on the main campus. Approximately 900 students are busy pursuing their vocational dream and preparation for the workforce through our various facilities. This year, Homecoming and Family Day offered a full week of daily activities that engaged all and culminated in a Saturday filled with department reunions, a car show, street fair, crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen and an overwhelming victory over Williamson by our football team. The college spirit lives on! Catch the Spirit! Along with this enthusiasm is the continued challenge of the rising operational expenses and the challenge of state budget cuts in education that forces many adjustments in staffing, program support, ongoing upgrading of equipment and technology for our program labs and staff support, student needs, scholarships, professional development, facility maintenance, and many other needs. Like many colleges, Thaddeus Stevens College counts on significant annual financial support from its alumni, friends and corporate partners to continue our ongoing efforts to enhance the Stevens Experience for all students. In the weeks to come you will be receiving information on the Stevens Annual Fund. Through this Annual Fund there are many ways to help the college and the students. Your gift supports the many activities and programs that have been outlined above. You can give a gift to the General Annual Fund which will be used where the need is most. Or, you can also designate how your gift is to be used - for a special program, a department, a scholarship, student need, the athletic program or other needs. Gifts can be made on a one- time gift or pledged monthly/quarterly throughout the year. All gifts are important to this college, no matter what the amount. We also offer a new publication that outlines possible gift planning opportunities available through the Advancement Department Within the Annual Fund is the President’s Fund, which is designated for special emergency needs of students and programs, student orientation and counseling, facility emergencies and other such needs.

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Many students have been served by this fund in support of a personal need which made the difference of them continuing their educational pursuit at Stevens or leaving the college. Our mission is to help such students gain their educational advantage. Many of these students give back to the fund when they are in a professional situation to do so. Our corporate and foundation partners can help in the Annual Fund through their Matching Gift Programs , or a gift through the PA Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program, a gift of scholarship support, material donations to the New Home Construction Project built by Stevens students annually, funding equipment and technology, or supporting a department or a program. Opportunities are outlined on the college website under “Giving.” David Letterman made popular a regular segment each night listing the “Top Ten Reasons” for something. We have developed our own “Top Ten” list, which is highlighted along with this article. As you plan your year- end tax strategy or estate planning, please consider including Thaddeus Stevens along with these “Top Ten Reasons.” Your tax-deductible gift will guarantee that your college has a steady stream of funding available for academic programs, student needs and activities, equipment, technology and facility support throughout the year and years to come. We are very thankful for the support we have received from our constituency over the past years. I would be happy to discuss any ideas you many have in supporting Thaddeus Stevens College. Please contact me.

Allen E. Tate PS. It was great to meet the many alumni who attended the Graphics/ Printing and Business Administration program reunions during Homecoming& Family Day. Some of you indicated you hadn’t been back on campus for many years and appreciated seeing the changes and networking with other alumni and faculty. Welcome home and we hope you will be back more regularly.

Reasons to Give to the Thaddeus Stevens Annual Fund 1 You benefited from similar generosity when you were a student.

Remember when you attended the Thaddeus Stevens? Good chance that someone’s generosity helped you. Past support has helped fund scholarships, student built housing projects, new equipment in the technology labs, educational programs, student needs, athletic programs, library materials, campus facilities, marketing, and much more.


Tuition and fees don’t cover the full cost of an education at this college.

Annual donations help make up some of the difference between what the students pay and what an education really costs.

gift will help prepare the next generation of 3 Your workforce.

Annual donations provide students with classroom materials and equipment, assist students in hands- on –learning in each program lab, and help the students build their annual housing project.

will help improve the quality of student life. 4 You Your donation supports students including extracurricular

activities like SkillsUSA and student leadership activities that enhance the educational experience and prepare students for the workplace.

have a history of quality teaching. 5 We Alumni donations provide faculty and staff the opportunity for professional development, increasing the quality of classroom experience for our students.


You preserve the tradition of Thaddeus Stevens.

Your donation ensures the continued legacy of Thaddeus Stevens and his mission.

little bit helps! 7 Every All sizes of financial gifts are appreciated.

The percentage of alumni who give back to the college, rather than the amount of money raised, is a major factor when foundations and organizations evaluate the possibility of giving to the College.

can choose where you money goes. 8 You Although most of our alumni and friends choose to give an

undesignated gift to be used wherever the need is greatest, you can designate where your money will be used. Such opportunities include scholarships, programs, equipment & technology, student needs, athletics, technology summer camps, and many others. We have many opportunities that might interest you.

9 Double your gift with a match from your employer.

Many companies have a Matching Gift Program that matches the amount of a gift an employee donates to a college. Such a match usually doubles the value of your gift and makes an even larger impact. Does your company have a Matching Gift Program? Your Personnel or Community Relations Office will have the forms available for your use, if a program exists.

Will Touch Many Lives and Make 10 You A Difference!

Your gift will positively affect the lives of many students with a life changing educational experience that they will carry for a lifetime. Whether your gift is contributed as a personal gift, a reunion class gift, a gift from a business or corporate friend, a parent, or faculty or staff member, you will make the difference in our success.

How to Give: Online Giving online saves postage,processing and paper costs! It makes your gift even more valuable. You may go to and follow the directions to the secure online giving site. Mail Your gift can be mailed to the Thaddeus Stevens Foundation. Make Checks payable to the Thaddeus Stevens Foundation Phone You may call us to use a credit card for your gift at 717-295-9666 The Tower • 2011 Summer 13

The Annual Report 2010 - 2011 Total No. of Donors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340 Total Dollar Amount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $254,302

Unrestricted & Restricted Gifts

Alumni Number of gifts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219 Amount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $48,285 Corporations/Foundations Number of gifts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Amount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $118,845 Faculty/Staff Number of gifts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Amount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,550 Friends/Other Number of gifts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Amount$. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76,452 Parents Number of gifts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Amount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,120 Trustees/Former Trustees Number of gifts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Amount. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $3,050


Number of gifts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Total Value. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $200,721

THE THADDEUS STEVENS FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS John Yurchak, Jr. ‘60, President R. Hilton Foore ‘54, Vice President Vincent J. Lattanzio ‘78, Treasurer Warren S. Taylor ’79, Secretary Richard T. Altrichter ‘61 Moe A. Barry ‘71 Deron D. Benedict ‘89 Steven C. Black ‘84 Michael D. Brady ‘05 M. Wade Groff ‘54 14 Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

Thomas J. Kenyon ‘56 John I. Kurtz ‘75 Michael A. Lare ‘86 Al J. Pryzbylkowski ‘55 Paul Stamm ‘81 Darrin Spann ‘86 Donald E. Testerman ‘74 D. Scott Trower ‘80 David B. Wolf ‘85 Bradley E. Zimmerman ‘05

Giving By Gift Club Ambassadors Circle ($25,000 to $49,999)

M/M Gibson E. Armstrong TE Connectivity

Thaddeus Stevens Society ($10,000 to $24,999)

Anonymous Fulton Financial Advisors Grainger Foundation Greiner Industries Julie Van Zandt

1905 Society

($2,500 to $9,999) Alcoa Mill Products Wayne Deibler M/M G. Yale Eastman S. Dale High PNC-Community Development PPL Corporation John Schoffstall Willis Shenk Jo-Ann Verrier William Starr Wachovia Foundation

Guardian Society ($1,000 to $2,499)

AFSCME Council 13 Astro Machine Works Becoming The Sum of One Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc. Cargas Systems Monte Cross (D) Leigh Earnshaw R. Hilton Foore Fulton Family Foundation G.R. Sponaugle & Sons, Inc. Peter Ginda Gooding Group Foundation M. Wade Groff Paul Hoffer Thomas Kenyon Mary Jane Kroll William Kurilla Lancaster County Firemen’s Assoc. Vincent Lattanzio George Lockett Robert Lorenz James Martin

Ruth Mellinger Providence Engineering Corp. Al Pryzbylkowski PSEA RETA - SEPA James Scheuren Robert Shirey Mickey Shriver Roy Simmers The Williams Foundation John Yurchak

Founders Society ($500 to $999)

Deron Benedict Marlene Bollinger Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate Community Action Team Thomas Cence Robert Coldren Camilla Collova Diann Duffy Fulton Bank IBM Internation Foundation Lancaster County Code Assoc. George Lower Russell Michael Vincent Miles MM Architects PPL Corporation Joachim Schmidt James Spoo Allen Tate D. Scott & Lisa Trower David Wolf

Tower Society ($250 to $499)

BAC Local #5 PA Raymond Barber Matthew Bomberger Marvin Bortz Scott Breininger Edward Bruker Larry Chubb Exelon Corporation Robert Fanelli Ronald Frey Fulton Financial Corporation GE Foundation William Gilpin Ted Gregg Hershey Foods Patricia Hopson-Shelton James Hoy Scott Jackson William Kunkle

Margaret Lefever Philip Lehman Ronny Lewis Frederick Light Gary McCarthy Christine Merena Alex Munro Northway Industries, Inc. Oxford Foundation, Inc. James Perron PNC Institutional Investments James Sloboda Ira Slothower Glenn Stehman Dylan Steinfelt Daniel Stoup Carl Werley David Witherite Deb & Rich Young William Zimmerman

Bulldogs Club ($100 to $249)

Allstate Willie Alston Armstrong Foundation Charles Arnold Michael Baron Bauer Fastener Thomas Beaver Thomas Beck Gretchen Berkheimer William Beyer John Block Robert Boero John Bond Michael Brady Terry Brendle James Brison Edward Broich Roger Brown Fred Brumbach John Brumbaugh Raymond Buckwalter Jason Burton M/M Kenneth Carberry Certified Carpet Jack Childs Daniel Coffman Don Dale Cleophus Dean Jeffrey Deascenti Charles Decker R. Joseph Dolbin Stephen Dudash Joseph Ferron Michael Fiorill William Foehlinger

G. Forney Max Frye John Geiser Art George Charles Gerfin Edward Gingrich Anthony Goad Earnest Gordon Lowell Graver Matthew Grieneisen Carl Gross William Grothe Marlin Guigley Edward Gunesch Timothy Hammel David Hansel Terrance Hansel Ronald Heiges Galen Helsel Simon Herbert Roy Hess Robert Hetrick Edward Hoover Kenneth Houck Dale Johnson William Jones Anthony Karwacki Dennis Keithan Kellogg Company Stanley Kost Donna Kreiser Lancaster Salvage Co. M/M Paul Levan Brian Leyfert Michael Liskey Christopher Malocu Manheim Auto Auction Manheim Township Lions Club Anthony Mannino John Marino Scott Martin Jerome McArdle Michael McCarroll Allen McDonald James McKeon Robert Merrey Salvatore Michenzi Robert Miller Donald Millner Richard Mills Gary Naugle Robert Naugle Robert Nelson Harry Norton John Oakes Harry Oakill Glenn Orndorf The Tower • 2011 Summer 15

Frank Petrachonis Powell Steel Corporation Robert Pursel Bernard Radocha Nicholas Readinger Darwin Reese Richard Reiner Rice & Rice, Ltd. Design Group R. Gary Robinson Brian Royer M/M Scott Ryno Keith Schmick Richard Schram Jere Schuler William Shillingsford Timothy Shirk David Smith Randy Soders Andrew Sofranko Robert Strickler Harold Swisher Tram Trinh Robert Vetter Glenn Wade Warfel Construction Company Richard Watson Curtis Weaver John Weber Sophia Weibel Ray Wentz Thomas West Robert Whitsel Nelson Will Theodore Williams Brian Wills Michael Winn

John Wodarski William Woratyla Harry Yeich George Yerger Charles Zink

Apprentice Club (up to $99)

Maryanne Adams Joseph Addabbo Richard Altrichter Curtis Anderson Brian Barbehenn William Bartolomei Ryan Bennethum Travis Birch Kathy Boucher Thomas Brennan M/M Frederick Brooks Louis Caparro M/M Robert Clements James Cohenour M/M Edward Costa Naomi Costenbader Frank Dieter John Dobraniecki Thomas Donan Benjamin Douts Michael Dower John Eichelberger M/M Kurt Emerich M/M Gary Evans Mr. Marvin Fishel Mr. Douglas Fitzkee Mr Scott Francis

Mr. William Gasper Ms. Mary Enrica Gerhart Mr. Philip Glatfelter Ms. Julie Golin Mrs Susan Greene Mr. Michael Halick Everett Heiden Mr. Bruce Henry Mr. Donald Hinton Mr. Donald Hopkins Mr. John Irvin Mr. Thomas Jobe Mr. Paul Junas Mr. John Jupin Dr. Delbert Kautz Shane Keller Mr. & Mrs. Fred Kenny Mr. Paul Knaub Mr. Keith Kreider Stiney Kruel Mr. Ronald Lapinsky Mr. Michael Lare Mr. & Mrs. Warren Lash Mr. David Lawrence Mr. Robert Lechowicz Mr. Dean Lowry Mr. John Malasavage Craig Martin Mr. William Maruschak Mr. and Mrs. Lon Miller Mr. Wayne Moore Mrs. Minnie Lou Musser Mr. David Myers Mr. John Nazar Mr. David Orledge Mr. David Parry

Mr. David Pennell Mr. Stephen Peters Mr. and Mrs. Duane Pietschmann Michael Postick Mr. Duane Reitz Mr. C. Edward Reynolds Mr. David Rittel Mr. & Mrs. James Robinson Mr. David Rutt Mr. George Schlemmer Mr. Ronald Schwalm Mr. Joseph Shears Bradley Sheffler Mr. Russell Sheldon Mr. Joseph Skavinsky Jr. Mr. Raymond Slawecki Julie Smith Golin Ms. Perma Snyder Mr. Glenn Souders Joshua Spiroff Mr. Clyde Suloff Mr. Arthur Tennant Tyler Toburen Mr. Louis Traini Ms. Linda Tullai Mr Paul Vanhorn Mr. Joseph Vida Ms. Harriet Visnosky Mr. Walter Weston Mr. William Wetterau Mr. Kevin Young Mr Charles Zeiders Mr. John Zuzu

Ira Slothower

R. Hilton Foore Peter Ginda M. Wade Groff John Marino David Myers William Shillingsford William Wetterau

William Gilpin Donald Hopkins James McKeon Al Pryzbylkowski Richard Reiner C. Edward Reynolds Mickey Shriver Raymond Slawecki James Sloboda David Smith Glenn Stehman Art Tennant Louis Traini Joseph Vida Harry Yeich William Zimmerman

Class of 1955

Class of 1956

Alumni Giving by Class Class of 1935 Thomas Cence

Class of 1940 Robert Merrey Charles Zink

Class of 1942

Raymond Barber

Class of 1943

David Parry Andrew Sofranko Daniel Stoup

Class of 1944 Dean Lowry

Class of 1945 Robert Shirey

Class of 1948 George Lockett Harry Norton

Class of 1953

Robert Boero Monte Cross Leigh Earnshaw

Lowell Graver Carl Gross Allen McDonald Duane Reitz Raymond Wentz

Class of 1950

Class of 1954

Class of 1949

Charles Arnold Roert Coldren Donald Millner

Class of 1951

Ronald Frey Russell Michael Robert Naugle

Class of 1952 Ronald Heiges

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Max Frye

Marvin Bortz Roger Brown

R. Joseph Dolbin William Gasper Thomas Kenyon Glenn Wade John Zuzu

Class of 1957

Edward Broich Edward Bruker Wayne Deibler Robert Fanelli Arthur George Simon Herbert William Kurilla Wayne Moore Thomas West Walter Weston Robert Whitsel

Class of 1958

Thomas Brennan James Brison Fred Brumbach John Oakes Michael Postick Bernard Radocha Roy Simmers

Class of 1959

Joseph Addabbo Marvin Fishel Charles Gerfin Anthony Goad Roy Kenneth Hess Robert Hetrick Donald Hinton Stiney Kruel Landis Moyer Joseph Shears David Witherite

Class of 1960

William Jones Robert Lechowicz Christopher Malocu William Maruschak Gary McCarthy Darwin Reese Ronald Schwalm Glenn Souders Clyde Suloff John Weber

Class of 1963

John Brumbaugh Gary Naugle William Woratyla

Class of 1964

Joseph Ferron Galen Helsel Ronald Lapinsky Harry Oakill R. Gary Robinson Joachim Schmidt In memory of Charles Warsing

Class of 1965

Jeffrey Deascenti Kenneth Houck David Pennell

Class of 1974

Michael Baron Cleophus Dean Earnest Gordon Robert Vetter

Class of 1975

William Bartolomei

Class of 1976 Paul Hoffer Randy Soders Brian Wills

Vincent Miles

Class of 1989

Brian Barbehenn Deron Benedict J.P. Perron In memory of Nick Supko

Class of 1990 Michael Liskey

Class of 1994 Travis Birch James Hoy

Class of 1995

Gretchen Berkheimer William Foehlinger

Class of 1996

Jason Burton Russell Sheldon Timothy Shirk

Class of 1997

Salvatore Michenzi David Rittel

Class of 1966

Dennis Keithan Richard Mills

Class of 2002

Class of 1980

Class of 2003

Timothy Hammel John Jupin Paul Knaub

Class of 1967

Class of 1961

Class of 1969

James Cohenour Dale Johnson

Class of 1973

Class of 1987

Class of 1977

Thomas Jobe Philip Lehman James Martin

Class of 1962

Daniel Coffman Michael Halick David Hansel Michael McCarroll Keith Schmick James Spoo

Frank Dieter William Grothe Edward Gunesch Anthony Karwacki Brian Leyfert George Lower John Malasavage Robert Nelson Robert Pursel

Willie Alston Edward Gingrich Alex Munro David Orledge James Scheuren Harold Swisher John Yurchak Richard Altrichter Larry Chubb Charles Decker Marlin Guigley Paul Junas Jerome McArdle John Schoffstall George Yerger

Class of 1972

Class of 1968

John Irvin Frank Petrachonis George Schlemmer G. Craig Forney

Class of 1970 Mifchael Dower Michael Fiorill

Class of 1971 Donald Dale Delbert Kautz John Nazar John Wodarski

John Geiser Joseph Skavinsky

Class of 1978

Douglas Fitzkee Stanley Kost Vincent Lattanzio

Class of 1979

John Block Terrance Hansel Scott Trower

Class of 1981

Curtis Anderson John Bond Bruce Henry Scott Jackson David Lawrence Ronny Lewis Scott Martin Curtis Weaver

Class of 1999

Terry Brendle Nicholas Readinger

Class of 2001

Ryan Bennethum Benjamin Douts Brian Royer Kevin Young

Dylan Steinfelt

Class of 2005

Michael Brady John Eichelberger Matthew Grieneisen Everett Heiden Tyler Toburen

Class of 2006

Matthew Bomberger

Class of 2008

Class of 1982 Louis Caparro

Thomas Donan Craig Martin David Spiroff

Class of 1985

Class of 2011

Class of 1986

Class of 2012

John Dobraniecki David Rutt David Wolf Mike Lare

Shane Keller Tram Trinh Travis Zukoski Jason Sokol

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Restricted Gifts Named Scholarship Gifts Astro Machine Works, Inc. Michael Bartone Benefit Fund Becoming The Sum of One Foundation Diann Duffy – Beatrice & Francis Thompson Scholarship E. Ann Klein Trust Fund Lancaster County Code Association Robert Lorenz – Walter Lorenz Scholarship Arlene E. & Pryor R. Neuber Charitable Trust Susquehanna Litho Foundation The Williams Foundation

General Scholarship Gifts Raymond Barber John Block Kathy Boucher Arthur Tennant M/M Rich Young

Brick & Tile Wall Project John Childs Larry Chubb Charles Gerfin Mary Gerhart M. Wade Groff James Hoy Ira Slothower David Smith James Spoo

Electronic Sign Project AFSCME Council 13 AFSCME Local 2540 * Richard Altrichter * Diane Ambruso * M/M Gibson E. Armstrong Charles Arnold Thomas Beaver Thomas Beck Deron Benedict Jason Benedick * Robert Boero Marlene Bollinger

Marvin Bortz Michael Brady Edward Broich Fred Brumbach Ray Buckwalter Certified Carpet Thomas Cence Larry Chubb Robert Clements Camilla Collova Barbara Cooper * Bob & Sharon Cooper * Naomi Costenbader Monte Cross (D) Donald Dale Cleophus Dean Jeffrey Deascenti Wayne Deibler M/M Michael DeGroft * Thomas Dennes * Peggy Dudash Leigh Earnshaw * James Faust * Michael Fiorill William Foehlinger R. Hilton Foore Ronald Ford * Scott Francis Max Frye Fulton Bank Donald Gallagher * William Gasper Arthur George William Gilpin Peter Ginda Edward Gingrich Anthony Goad Julie Smith Golin M/M Richard Gorham Susan Greene Greiner Industries, Inc. William Griscom * M. Wade Groff William Grothe Laurie Grove * Edward Gunesch Timothy Hammel Terrance Hansel S. Dale High Kimberly Hitchcock * Paul Hoffer Edward Hoover Donald Hopkins Patricia Hopson-Shelton William Jones Thomas Kenyon Kline’s Serivces, Inc. * Mary Jane Kroll

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William Kunkle William Kurilla Michael Lare Steve Latta * Vincent Lattanzio Philip Lehman Ronny Lewis Brian Leyfert Frederick Light Michael Liskey George Lockett LRC Staff * James Martin Linda McCulley * Ruth Mellinger Robert Merrey Chris Metzler * Donald Millner Eldon Mills * Landis Moyer Alex Munro Harry Norton John Oakes Harry Oakill William Offer * Glenn Orndorf Pflumm Contractors, Inc. * Stephen Powell PPL Corporation Providence Engineering Corp. Al Pryzbylkowski PSEA Bernard Radocha Richard Reiner Rettew Associates * Richard Rousseau * Brian Royer James Scheuren John Schoffstall Bruce Schreiner * James Shell * Willis Shenk Timothy Shirk Mickey Shriver Roy Simmers Ira Slothower Perma Snyder Jason Sokol G.R. Sponaugle & Sons James Spoo M/M William Starr Harold Stauffer * Glenn Stehman Daniel Stoup Gary Swab * Harold Swisher M/M Allen Tate William Thompson * Andy & Betty Tompos * Juan Alicea Torres Tram Trinh D. Scott Trower

UGI * Julie VanZandt Robert Vetter Harriet Visnosky Glenn Wade Warfel Construction Co. Richard Watson Sophia Weibel Gordon Wenger* Carl Werley William Wetterau Family * Robert Whitsel Thomas Williams * Michael Winn David Witherite William Woratyla Harry Yeich George Yerger John Yurchak Aaron Ziegler * Charles Zink Travis Zukoski *These gifts were received after the close of the fiscal reporting year and will not appear elsewhere in this report. However, we would like to recognize the generous participation of these donors to the project.

Machine Technology Challenge Grant Anonymous Robert Strickler TE Connectivity

The President’s Fund Alcoa Foundation Anonymous BAC Local No. 5 PA Cargill, Inc. Camilla Collova G. Yale Eastman Gooding Group Foundation Grainger Foundation Greiner Industries, Inc. Paul Hoffer Donna Kreiser Lancaster Salvage Co. Margaret Tate Lefever Manheim Auto Auction MM Architects Providence Engineering Corp. RETA Rice & Rice, Ltd. Jere Schuler M/M William Starr M/M Allen Tate Warfel Construction Co. David West

Other Restricted Gifts Fulton Family Foundation Stevens Experience Program The Grainger Foundation Adopt-A-Kindergarten Greiner Industries, Inc. EITC Fund Lancaster County Firemen’s Assoc. Sprinklers for Housing Project

Vince Miles ’87 (F) Th  e Dr. Vince Miles African American Collection Pryor Neuber Charitable Trust Dual Enrollment Program PNC Foundation Adopt-A-Kindergarten

Roy Simmers ‘58 The God Fund Paul L. Simmers Carpentry Award TE Connectivity Workforce Training Lab Julie VanZandt and Family The Gordon R. VanZandt Award

Jo-Ann Verrier HVAC Program in honor of instructors Athletics Program in honor of coaches Wachovia Bank Construction 201 Program

Memorials / Honorary Gifts

Gifts In Memory of Lee Bollinger ‘55

Kathy Boucher In memory of Jason Strayline Peggy Dudash In memory of Steve Dudash ‘64 Joachim Schmidt In memory of Charles Warsing ‘64 J.P. Perron In memory of Nick Supko Judy & Bill Silverstein In memory of Fred Kindt In memory of Mary Jane Whitcraft Julie VanZandt and Family In memory of Gordon R. VanZandt ‘59 Jo-Ann Verrier In honor of HVAC Instructors and Coaches Deb & Rich Young In memory of Clinton Dommel

Marlene Bollinger Robert & Suzanne Clements Naomi Costenbader William Gasper Arthur George Julie Smith Golin Susan Bollinger Greene Donald Hopkins Perma Snyder Arthur Tennant Harriet Visnosky Carl Werley

Special Thanks to Our Housing Project Partners We would like to thank the following businesses who have made donations of materials and/or services in support of our new home construction project at Lehigh Heights this past year. Their ongoing partnership is vital to the continuation of providing hands-on training for our students. Allegheny Millwork Hegeman’s Landscaping New Holland Concrete Yale Electric Yeager Supple

Legacy Club Members The following individuals have made a commitment to support the perpetuity of the Thaddeus Stevens Foundation by investing in a charitable gift annuity. We thank them for sharing a portion of their prosperity for the Foundation’s mission of support for Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology. Ray and Lois Barber William (D) and Laura Dunkelberger G. Yale and Jane Eastman Jack (D) and Ruth Herscovitz Ruth Mellinger Thomas (D) and Mary Jane Wentz

Matching Gift Companies Allstate Insurance Armstrong Foundation Bristol-Myers Squibb Exelon Corporation Fulton Financial Corporation GE Foundation IBM Foundation Kellogg’s PPL Corporation Tyco Electronics

Scholarships Thanks to the generous support of our scholarship benefactors, the following scholarships were awarded to qualified students at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology for the academic year 2010-11: Astro Machine Scholarship Barley Family Scholarship Becoming the Sum of One Scholarship Freddy Bustaque Scholarship Thomas J. Cence Scholarship Grainger Foundation Scholarship Earl Hagy Scholarship S. Dale High Scholarship Greg T. Kissinger Scholarship E. Ann Klein Scholarship Walter Lorenz Scholarship Frank Mamrak Scholarship Pryor Neuber Scholarship Earl F. “Kelly” Rebman Scholarship Willis Shenk Scholarship Beatrice & Francis Thompson Scholarship Williams Gas Pipeline Scholarship The Tower • 2011 Summer 19

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Fall 2011 Serving Alumni, Parents and Friends of Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology

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