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Spring 2012

A magazine for alumni & friends of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Inside: • Dedication of the Leduc Center • Chancellor MacCormack bids farewell • “Help us find our plane.”


From the Chancellor

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y the time this magazine lands in the mailboxes of 40,000 alumni and friends of the University, there will be moving boxes filled with the artifacts and memories of 13 years serving as your Chancellor. It has been such an honor and privilege to lead this great institution to its next level of growth and development, and to get to know the wonderful creativity and ingenuity of the faculty, staff and students who in every way have truly been the wind beneath my wings. My life has certainly been an example of the great power of education to transform a life. When I graduated from Cardinal Cushing High School in Boston, my parents— one a World War II veteran and auto worker, the other a waitress and devoted homemaker—were determined that I would go to college. I was the first in my family to go to college—but certainly not the last—as we all learned to imagine new possibilities and to work hard to make them happen. I am so grateful to my parents for showing me what I could do, how I could serve, and what it means to truly make a difference for others. I believe that I have had the chance to pass that lesson on for over 30 years at UMass, ensuring that there is equal opportunity for that transformative power to be shared with others no matter their gender, race, or socio-economic status. As we celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Morrill Act, which established public higher education, we must work to continue the mission of ensuring that there is always access to quality, affordable, excellent public higher education. It does make a difference! When people ask me about what I think my legacy at UMass Dartmouth is, I can answer easily. It is not programs started, buildings built, enrollment grown, or money raised—though all those things matter. It is vibrant partnerships created with all those who believe that the future is created by knowledgeable, innovative, diverse people empowered by their education to dream impossible dreams and make them happen. I have been blessed to experience wonderful partnerships within the campus community, with business leaders, elected officials, non-profit groups, K-12 educators, entrepreneurs, donors, and ordinary citizens to provide depth and dimension to all the goals we sought to accomplish. The lesson to be learned is that it does not matter where you start from, but what you aspire to, where you go and who you go with. So, as I pack up to move out of my office and hand the baton of leadership to Dr. Divina Grossman, an immigrant daughter of teachers who shares my passion for civic engagement and the transformative impact of education, I know that the future of UMass Dartmouth is bright and exciting. When I pause to look out the window of my office, I see the Claire T. Carney Library renovation entering its final stages. By fall, this center of learning and discovery will reopen with re-engineered learning spaces and technology, allowing students and their mentors to discuss, debate, and innovate in new ways. It will be a beacon of the idea that much of the most important teaching takes place outside of the classroom, among peers. Looking toward the Dell Pond, I can see our new wind turbine, a dramatic symbol (From the Chancellor continued on page 7)

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ssues of UMass Dartmouth are produced for the 46,000 alumni, 9,500 students, 1,200 employees, and countless partners of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. The information contained in this publication is intended to engage readers in the mission of UMass Dartmouth, which is critical to the social and economic development of the region.

We welcome letters from our readers and encourage you to email your comments to publicaffairs@umassd.edu or mail them to Public Affairs, Foster Administration, Room 331A, 285 Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth, MA 02747-2300. Managing Editor John T. Hoey ’00 (Boston) Assistant Chancellor for Public Affairs Assistant Chancellor of Advancement Michael Eatough MA ’09 Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni Relations Lori Jacques Contributing writers Michael Eatough MA ’09 Rachel Freitas Rob Lamontagne Frank Smith Design / illustration Rachel Cocroft Photographers D. Confar, Jennifer White ’07 Alumni Class Notes Nancy J. Tooley ’99 (above left) Student Trustee Peter Schock proudly presents Chancellor MacCormack with a Class of 2012 t-shirt at Commencement.

Cover: Robert and Jeanne Leduc pose for a photo at the newly renamed Center for Civic Engagement.


Contents

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The search for Air France Flight 447 In September of 2009, a meeting was convened at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution at the request of a French delegation representing Air France. The purpose of the meeting was straightforward: “Help us find our plane.”

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Chancellor transition

As Chancellor Jean MacCormack commences with the Class of 2012, Dr. Divina Grossman prepares to lead the university to new heights.

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Dedication of the Leduc Center

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ABA approval & new dean for UMass Law

Named in honor of generous donors Robert and Jeanne Leduc, the Leduc Center for Civic Engagement is the focal point for students seeking to give back to the communities we serve.

UMass School of Law–Dartmouth reached a major milestone when the American Bar Association granted it provisional national accreditation.

Nursing impact felt from SouthCoast to Haiti UMass Law students volunteer 5,500-plus hours

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Professor uncovers the secrets of aging

Partnering with Zipcar on campus

Governor Patrick breaks ground on “the MAB”

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SIFE All-Stars excel in NYC Sustainable wind power Honoring Outstanding Women $1 million for “CAREER” Award research

Alumni News & more

Around the Campanile

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INSIDE

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2011 Annual Report of the UMass Dartmouth Foundation

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Alumni Profile: Scott Wells ’91— Character builder Class notes

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Around the Campanile

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A total of 22 UMass Dartmouth nursing alums and students pose for a group shot in front of the Partners in Development (PID) clinic in Port-au-Prince, Haiti during Spring Break. (left) Lizzy Barnes ’09 who is serving a two-year assignment as Assistant Field Director of PID holds one of her Haitian paintings.

Nursing impact felt from SouthCoast to Haiti While most college students spent their week-long spring vacation either relaxing at home or getting a sun-kissed glow on an exotic island, 14 Nursing students and eight nurses educated at UMass Dartmouth’s College of Nursing worked long days building homes for Haitian families and attending to sick

College of Nursing ranked 79th out of more than 700 according to a recent survey of colleges and universities by US News and World Report.

Professor uncovers the secrets of aging Joining researchers from Harvard, Columbia, Yale and Duke, Psychology Professor Andrew Revell’s paper, “Cognitive Decline in the Elderly: An Analysis of Population Heterogeneity,” made waves for its findings on memory loss and reasoning in elders. Studying more than a thousand Catholic nuns, monks and priests from UMass

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13 states aged from 56 to 102 across fifteen years of data collected by Rush Alzheimer’s Disease Center, Revell and his colleagues discovered that getting older does not necessarily mean more “senior moments”—meaning that no one is doomed to a fate of cognitive decline. According to the study, while 8% of participants experience rapid decline, 27% experience moderate decline—and a comfortable majority were just fine.

While some seniors do experience rapid or severe cases of cognitive decline, most do not— a sign of hope for all of us as we age.

UMass Law students give 5,500-plus hours of legal service to community UMass Law students contributed more than 5,500 hours of legal services to the community during the spring


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$150,000 gift supports SimLab patients as part of a program with the non-profit Partners in Development. The Haiti program is led by CVPA grad Lizzy Barnes ‘09 (summa cum laude, illustration) who is not only fluent in Creole, but also a talented artist whose paintings capture the spirit and daily life of the Haitian people. Dr. Jeanne Leffers, retiring Graduate Program Director who specializes in community and international health, has worked closely with PID planning trips and serving as a faculty mentor in Haiti. Although she is retiring from UMass Dartmouth this year, she will continue to be involved with the program in Haiti. Dr. Leffers (above) holds the portrait Lizzy Barnes painted as a surprise tribute to her upon her retirement.

semester, making good on the School’s public mission to address unmet needs in the region. From researching municipal law for city solicitors—and saving taxpayer dollars in the process—to aiding indigent clients through South Coastal Counties Legal Services, or assisting prosecutors in the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office, UMass Law students are getting a head start on their legal careers while

The quality of the education on offer at the College of Nursing is about to improve even further with the generous $150,000 donation by former dean Dr. Elisabeth Pennington. Her gift will support the Dean Elisabeth Pennington Simulation Lab, which will contain a “virtual hospital” with a nurses’ station, and four treatment rooms with hospital beds and medical equipment—while doubling the number of SimMen® electronic mannequins that perfectly mimic human bodies responding to treatment.

Aiza’s “life-changing” decision In spite of family hardship and the disruption of changing high schools three times in four years, Aiza Soares excelled in science and graduated from Somerset High School in 2008. She had doubts about going on to college, but a friend convinced her to try and she was accepted into UMass Dartmouth’s prestigious nursing program, a decision she describes as “life changing.” Watch a video of her story: umassd.edu/faces/aizasoares/

giving back to the communities they serve. “UMass Law is all about connecting our legal education to the needs of the community,’’ said law student Andrew Sibley of Ashburnham, who is putting his skills and education to work at the New Bedford City Solicitor’s Office. New Bedford City Solicitor John Markey agrees: “Our community is fortunate to have this school and these students helping us address legal issues facing the city.”

SIFE All-Stars excel in NYC This April, the UMass Dartmouth Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) team won the Northeast Regional Championship and took “All-Stars” honors at the SIFE Regional Competition held in New York City, beating 95 other institutions. SIFE, an international organization that “brings together the top leaders of today and tomorrow to create a better, more sustainable world through

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The SIFE team in New York City includes: (back L-R) Jerrill Ugwunze, Tyler Donahue, Eric Green, Katie Hurley, Joseph Witchel, Kassab Mohamed, Dan Zarzycki, Chris Currier, Ryan Bone, Jean Lacet, Douglas Monteiro (front L-R) Tom Barry, Patience Noah, Ha “Kate” Nguyen, Lilian Faluyi, Professor Godwin Ariguzo, Janelle Hall, Amanda Litterio, Heather Wilczynski, Emily Segura, and Rayven Tillman.

the positive power of business,” holds competitions between university chapters that vie for the best presentation on their community work. The UMass Dartmouth SIFE team impressed a panel of judges consisting of business executives from leading American companies, beat out stiff competition, and was one of the 180 teams out of 580 qualified to move ahead to the National Exposition held in

Kansas City in May of this year. While they did not become the national championship team, the UMass Dartmouth team has an impressive history of wins: After winning the Rookie of the Year award in 2004, the club won the first runner-up awards in subsequent years, and in 2009 and 2010 it won the New England Regional Championship and the Northeast Regional Championship, respectively.

Sustainable wind turbine power • will eliminate the yearly emission of 1,161 lbs. of sulfur dioxide and prevent the escape of 600,000 lbs. of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, • produce the same amount of energy as burning 39 tons of coal, and • save the University as much $125,000 annually.

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Noha El Yousfi, keynote speaker, talked about her experiences as a young middle-class woman in Egypt during the “Arab Spring.”

Honoring Outstanding Women In recognition of International Women’s Day on March 8, the Center for Women, Gender & Sexuality recognized four women who have made significant contributions that enhance opportunities for achievement for women, and promote a supportive climate on campus. These Outstanding Women Award recipients were Dr. Katja Hölttä-Otto, Professor of Engineering, for her work to guide the next generation of women scientists and engineers; Melissa Seif, a biology major, for her leadership in contributing to student life; Chancellor MacCormack, in special recognition of her years of leadership and service to UMass Dartmouth as the University’s first female chancellor; and Louise Goodrum, our Associate Athletic Director who passed away suddenly last December (see tribute on page 39).


Around the Campanile Partnering with Zipcar to offer car sharing on campus In February, due to popular demand by students, UMass Dartmouth launched a new partnership with Zipcar, the world’s leading car-sharing network, to add a costeffective and environmentally-friendly alternative to owning a car on campus. This year, UMass Dartmouth students, staff, and faculty could join Zipcar for $25, with rates on campus Zipcar vehicles starting as low as $7 per hour. Gas, insurance, reserved parking spots, up to 180 miles of driving per day and roadside assistance are included in the hourly and daily Zipcar rates. Cars can be reserved for as little as an hour or for multiple days. Michael Serafino, General Manager of Zipcar University, said, “Since every Zipcar takes approximately 15 privately owned vehicles off the road, Zipcar can also help the campus reduce its overall carbon footprint.”

Governor Patrick breaks ground on “the MAB” Governor Deval Patrick joined UMass Board of Trustees Chairman James Karam ’71, President Robert L. Caret, Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack, Chancellor-elect Divina Grossman, and other local and state leaders on May 16 to break ground on the Massachusetts Accelerator for Biomanufacturing (MAB) in Fall RIver.

On completion next fall, the MAB will be the only place in the country where startups will be able to test their biomanufacturing methods and bioproducts at every stage of development. The MAB is designed to serve researchers and entrepreneurs as they develop products and methods that will reshape the fields of biotherapeutics, biomedicine and green chemistry. Here, industry pioneers will grow antibodies to fight disease, generate new tissue from stem cells, create a new generation of biofuels, and more. (photo below)

(above) Author Roxana Saberi, who spent several months in an Iranian prison after being accused of being a spy, recounted her experience for the Class of 2012. “It also did no good to worry about the future,” when she was in prison, she said. “It never does, whether we’re in prison or free. So instead of dwelling on the past, we can learn from it; instead of fretting about the future, we can try to prepare ourselves for it; and instead of wasting time and energy on the things we can’t change, we can try to make the most of the present moment.” Watch the commencement address and other UMass Dartmouth videos at: youtube.com/UMassDTube

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Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack, Chancellor-elect Divina Grossman, UMass President Robert L. Caret, and Board of Trustees Chairman James Karam ’71

Dr. Divina Grossman chosen to succeed Chancellor MacCormack

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escribing her as the right person needs of our students and the larger to lead UMass Dartmouth into a social and economic needs of the region,” new era of growth, the University President Caret said. of Massachusetts Board of Dr. Grossman — who has held two Trustees appointed Dr. Divina Grossman deanships, has taught, and has a significant as the new leader of the 9,500-student research record — said: “Growing campus on April 19. Dr. Grossman offiup in the Philippines as the daughter cially takes office as chancellor on July 1. and granddaughter of teachers, I never Dr. Grossman, vice president for dreamed nor imagined that becoming a engagement at Florida International university chancellor someday would be University, was recommended by UMass possible. Building on Chancellor Jean President Robert L. Caret to succeed MacCormack’s enormous successes and Chancellor Jean MacCormack, who led legacy, I am excited by this exceptional UMass Dartmouth for 13 years during a opportunity to lead the University in — Dr. Grossman period of major transition and expansion. achieving its aspirations of future growth “Divina Grossman has the experience, in research, innovative academic programs, the vision, the drive and the passion to guide UMass Dartmouth to and regional and global engagement. a new stage in its development, and in doing so, to better serve the “From the very beginning, I was inspired by UMass

“Together, we will enable young people to have access to a world-class education in a vibrant public research University.”

Snapshot of Dr. Divina Grossman Recently held positions: • Founding Vice President of Engagement, Florida International University (FIU) • Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Florida International University Recent accomplishments: • Established FIU Office of Engagement. • Led FIU’s Carnegie Community Engagement classification.

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• Implemented FIU vision as a “public research university that is locally and globally engaged.”

Education • PhD in Nursing from the University of Pennsylvania

• Implemented FIU service-learning initiative.

• M.S. in Nursing from the University of Miami

• Developed partnerships with Miami Dade County Public Schools and life science industry of South Florida.

• BS in Nursing from the University of Santo Tomas (Philippines)

• Expanded internship programs with corporations, community organizations and public and private agencies. • Spearheaded the growth and expansion of Nursing and Health Sciences program.

Scholarship • Dr. Grossman’s areas of research are: blood pressure circadian rhythms; fever management; cultural diversity; cultural competence; and health disparities.


Feature story Dartmouth’s mission as an intellectual catalyst for the economic, social and cultural development of the region and the Commonwealth,” Dr. Grossman added. “I look forward shortly to moving to Dartmouth and working with the faculty, staff, students and the region’s civic, political and business leaders. Together, we will enable young people to have access to a worldclass education in a vibrant public research University located right in the SouthCoast and help them to make a difference in the world,” Dr. Grossman said. Board of Trustees Chairman James Karam ’71, said: “We have great confidence in Dr. Grossman’s ability to build on Chancellor MacCormack’s record of achievement and maintain UMass Dartmouth’s upward trajectory. I know that Dr. Grossman will be an outstanding chancellor and will be a strong partner and advocate for the SouthCoast.” Dr. Grossman will succeed Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack, who was feted at a June 9 dinner that attracted 800 people

and raised more than $500,000 for university civic engagement initiatives. Chancellor MacCormack, who served in leadership positions at UMass Boston prior to her arrival at UMass Dartmouth in 1999, has overseen the growth of the University enrollment to 9,500, a tripling of research to $26 million, and the embedding of the University’s intellectual capital in the life of the region. “Chancellor MacCormack has presided over an era of transformation and growth at UMass Dartmouth,” President Caret said. “Under her leadership, UMass Dartmouth saw its enrollment soar, witnessed the expansion of its academic and research programs, and experienced growth in quality on every front.” Chairman Karam added: “Jean MacCormack should be commended for her inspired and visionary leadership. Jean understood how critically important UMass Dartmouth is to the future of the SouthCoast and worked to build and transform the region. We should all be grateful for her commitment and leadership. Hers has been an era of accomplishment.”

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of our community’s commitment to determining its own aspirations. sustainability, an effort driven by our  Commencement Day in the students, representing a generation amphitheater with the Class of that is coming to campus with the 2012 — my final commencement. expectation that we protect our fragThe future is uncertain for our most ile environment. recent graduates, for me, and for As I take the photos off my walls, I our planet. But that is okay. That am reminded of so many transformative is what makes life interesting. I —Chancellor MacCormack moments that we have shared. Some will go forth, with the Class of bring tears, some smiles, some both: 2012, keeping close the words of  Sam Machuor, a Lost Boy of the Sudan, who graduated our two commencement speakers. in 2008. Sam overcame hunger, thirst, lions, and civil war in his Dr. Susan Avery, president of the Woods Hole Oceanographic homeland to reach America, graduate, and tell his classmates: Institution, spoke of the Anthropocene, the new era in which “The future belongs to those who believe in themselves and in human activity is the dominant force affecting nature, primarily the beauty of their dreams.” through climate change. Dr. Avery issued us all a challenge.  September 11, 2001. Hundreds of students, staff, faculty “The system of systems that sustains our planet is at risk,’’ and administrators gathered in the Campus Center and watched she told our graduate students. “Build a system of systems of in shock and disbelief as the World Trade Center collapsed. In human beings, to collaborate and foster creativity. Our planet that moment and the days that followed, the many trivialities needs you. And you need it.” that divide us vanished while important principles unified us. Roxana Saberi, the young journalist and human rights activist  When the earthquake hit Haiti in 2010, our campus, who recounted her experience being jailed in Iran on a trumpedwhich had already sent many students to that island nation to up espionage charge, spoke to our undergraduates of lessons provide health care over the years, responded with unparalleled learned. “Instead of dwelling on the past, we can learn from compassion and tangible action. I remember seeing a video sent it,” she said. “Instead of fretting about the future, we can try to back to us, showing one of our students teaching a group of prepare ourselves for it; and instead of wasting time and energy Haitian children to sing, “Mighty, Mighty Haiti.” That young on the things we can’t change, we can try to make the most of man brought a smile to the faces of children who had experienced the present moment.” unspeakable hardship, and in doing so showed the heart and soul What good advice as we move on to the next stage of our lives. of UMass Dartmouth.  February 2, 2010, the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education unanimously approved the creation of the UMass School of Law, following a five-year battle marked by opposition from private law schools. After the vote was cast, hundreds of people in attendance, representing every public campus in Jean F. MacCormack, Chancellor Massachusetts, cheered. This was about more than UMass starting a law school. This was about public higher education

“I am reminded of so many transformative moments that we have shared.”

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(above l-r) The Finite Volume Community Ocean Model group: Robert Beardsley, Scientist Emeritus, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Richard Limeburner, Oceanographer Emeritus, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; Changsheng Chen, Professor, School for Marine Science and Technology, UMass Dartmouth

The search for Flight 447 In September of 2009, a meeting was convened at the request of a French delegation. The bottom line? “Help us find our plane.” By Frank Smith

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he airplane in question was Air France Flight 447, out of Rio de Janeiro bound for Paris. During the early hours of June 1, 2009, the aircraft had issued a final automatic radio signal at 2:10 am and then gone silent over the tropical Atlantic. Its location at the time of that final transmission was hundreds of miles off the Brazil coast. Ships were dispatched to the location and, within days of the aircraft’s disappearance, began to recover bodies of passengers distributed over a wide area. One of the scientists invited to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI) meeting was Richard Limeburner. Limeburner

had been successful in the past locating aircraft and ships lost at sea by backtracking the paths of floating debris to the time of loss. In one notable example, he helped locate the wreck of the steamship Portland in Massachusetts Bay based on records of where debris had washed up on the shore of Cape Cod a century earlier. After the September 2009 meeting, Limeburner discussed the Air France problem with colleagues Changsheng Chen of UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Science and Technology (SMAST) and Robert Beardsley of WHOI. Chen and Beardsley were leading an SMAST-WHOI team that was developing an ocean computer model called FVCOM, which Chen had originated a decade earlier. They agreed that Limeburner and the FVCOM group would model the paths of the AF447 debris floating on the sea surface to predict the location of the airplane on the sea floor. U M as s D artmouth M agaz i ne | Spr ing 2012

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Route of Air France Flight 447

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Air France flight 447 goes missing

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Recovery points, area of possible location, and last known position (LKP) of Flight 447

By making allowances for wind and wave action, the FVCOM model enabled Dr. Chen’s group to predict the location of the site where Flight 447 went down.

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Chen started to develop FVCOM — for Finite Volume Community Ocean Model— in 1999 while at the University of Georgia. On moving to SMAST in 2001, he quickly assembled his own research group. This greatly accelerated the further development and adaptation of FVCOM to a growing slate of scientific and practical applications. The site of the Flight 447 tragedy was a long way from UMass Dartmouth, but the FVCOM group already had a functioning global version of the model in place. How that global model came to be is a story in itself. In its original incarnation, FVCOM stood for Finite-Volume Coastal Ocean Model, and Chen’s group focused on applying it to problems in the Gulf of Maine. But their efforts were constrained by boundary issues. Whatever domain researchers focus on, it is inevitably influenced by forces outside that domain. So they compromise and draw an artificial boundary and feed the model with estimates of those external forces along the boundary. One of FVCOM’s great advantages, however, is its so-called ”unstructured grid.” Unlike the traditional structured (i.e., checkerboard) grid, FVCOM maps an area of interest with a mesh of triangles; the triangles can be varied in size, allowing modelers to seamlessly vary the resolution as needed over the extent of the domain. Thus FVCOM can simultaneously simulate small-scale phenomena along intricate coastlines and larger-scale processes in the open ocean. Chen and Beardsley decided that in order to improve the accuracy of the Gulf of Maine model, they would have to model the entire Arctic Ocean. Intermittent incursions of Arctic water are major influences on the northwest Atlantic, including the Gulf of Maine, and are just too important to ignore. But having applied FVCOM to the Arctic Ocean, the researchers faced the same problem, just on a bigger scale: the direction of flow in the Arctic Ocean, and hence the said incursions, depend on external forces. The researchers finally threw up their hands and undertook the perhaps inevitable project: they applied FVCOM to the entire global ocean. As Chen put it, “To improve our Gulf of Maine model, we modeled the Arctic Ocean; and to improve our Arctic Ocean model, we modeled the world.” Chen’s team was just one of several modeling groups chosen to participate in the search for Flight 447, and the various models produced differing predictions of the plane’s location. Search leaders had to somehow merge the results from all the models in order to decide where to look first. Unfortunately, there is no sound, objective method for executing such a merger. Three search expeditions were mounted over the space of ten months, the last in March of 2010, and all three came up empty. Airbus did not give up. The aircraft manufacturer had the most at stake since failure to find the aircraft—and the flight data and cockpit voice recorders—would leave lingering questions about their planes. As Beardsley put it, “When you lose a plane like that for unknown reasons, you’ve just got to find it.” Shortly after the third failed search, an Airbus representative visited Chen’s lab at SMAST. The company had been impressed with the work the FVCOM group and now wanted it to be the sole modeling group involved. The timing was fortuitous. Less than a year had passed since


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2011 Shortly after the Japan earthquakes and tsunami, a Japanese colleague started providing Chen with detailed data from the area where the tsunami hit, and the SMAST group began to model the lead-up and aftermath to the natural disaster. One of Chen’s initial findings was that the construction of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant had withstood the onrush of the tsunami; it appeared, in fact, that it was actually the retreat of the waters that had damaged the plant. Beardsley and Chen are part of a team that has now been funded with a quick-response grant from the National Science Foundation to reconstruct the water movements and radionuclide dispersal over the first 30 days following the tsunami. This information could be invaluable to reconstruction efforts in Japan and fortification of other seacoast structures around the world.

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The UMass Dartmouth-WHOI modeling team has produced models to predict the impact of storm inundation on New England coastal communities. These models have been validated in Scituate, Massachusetts, and Saco, Maine, for selected extratropical storms (Nor’easters) of 2005, 2007 and 2010. The team has recently been funded by MIT Sea Grant to extend the model domain to cover the entire Massachusetts coast and establish an inundation forecast model system for the state.

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2008 Olympic sailors competing in Qingdao, China, used FVCOM to check the ocean current predictions on the web before the start of their events.

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2007 The New Bedford fishing boat Lady of Grace was lost with all hands in Nantucket Sound due to a buildup of ice that left the vessel top-heavy, leading it to capsize. The tragedy inspired Chen and company to develop the FVCOM-based Northeast Coastal Ocean Forecast System, now in use by the National Weather Service in Taunton to predict surface icing and other fields as part of standard marine forecast operations.

The FVCOM model grid applied to the eastern coast of Japan devastated by the tsunami of March 2011. The resolution of the model in the open ocean is approximately 50 kilometers. The deep red patch is actually densely packed triangles with a resolution of approximately 10 meters.

the disappearance of Flight 447. The group still had time to test FVCOM against real-world data in the vicinity of the crash site and at the same time of year. A group of satellite-tracked drifters were released in the crash area in June 2010, as close as possible to the wind and current regime that occurred immediately following the crash in 2009. The better the model could be finetuned to match the paths of the drifters, the more accurately it could track the path from the bodies recovered the previous year to the crash site. The refinements to the model were completed, and FVCOM made its predictions. In March of 2011, a fourth search was launched, led by a WHOI team armed with FVCOM’s predictions. On April 3, the news was announced: Air France Flight 447 had been found, and in the area predicted by FVCOM.

The discovery of 447’s resting place and the subsequent recovery of the “black boxes” are expected to save lives. On December 6, 2011, PopularMechanics.com published a recreation of the last moments of Air France Flight 447 as revealed by the data and voice recorders. “The remarkable recovery of AF447’s black boxes,” PM reported, showed that “…neither weather nor malfunction doomed AF447, nor a complex chain of error, but a simple but persistent mistake on the part of one of the pilots.” “Today the Air France 447 transcripts yield information that may ensure that no airline pilot will ever make the same mistakes.”

Each application of FVCOM provides new opportunities for students. Chen’s lab leads SMAST in the awarding of PhDs, and each graduate enriches the model by leaving behind a new application, addition or improvement to the model.

Frank Smith is the Communications Specialist at the School for Marine Science and Technology.

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A deeply rooted belief in young people

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ast year, UMass Dartmouth students contributed 179,000 hours of service to the SouthCoast. From homeless shelters to law offices, they contributed $4.8 million in value to the region, according to Independent Sector, a national network of charitable organizations. UMass Dartmouth alumnus Robert Leduc ’78 mentioned that commitment to service this May when he spoke at the dedication of the Robert and Jeanne Leduc Center for Civic Engagement. Speaking before a crowd of hundreds, including Lieutenant Governor Tim Murray, Chancellor MacCormack, and Board of Trustees Chairman James Karam ’71, Leduc explained the motive behind his gift to the Center: “It’s a point of pride and an expression of our belief in investing in the people and places that have been a part of my life, and the UMass

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lives of my wife and children,” he said. Jeanne Leduc added, “We’re happy to do it, because our philosophy is we’ve been very blessed, very successful in our lives and to those who much has been given much is expected.” Robert and Jeanne Leduc, both Fall River natives, are examples of the work ethic and commitment to the community that UMass Dartmouth seeks to instill in every student. Robert earned his degree in mechanical engineering, has risen through the ranks of United Technologies Corporation and is President of Hamilton Sundstrand, a market leader in the design, manufacture and service of military, commercial and business aircraft systems. In addition to sitting on the board of Hamilton Sundstrand Space Systems International, he is also a Trustee of the UMass Dartmouth Foundation.


Feature story Jeanne’s commitment to service is lifelong, from her professional commitment as an emergency room nurse for 20 years, to her volunteer activities in soup kitchens and her role as a founding member of the Board of Directors and supporter of the African Teacher’s Foundation of Westport. At the ceremony, Chancellor MacCormack said, “What shines through about Bob and Jeanne is a deeply rooted belief in young people, and a belief that meaningful civic engagement is both an obligation of this young generation and an opportunity. Staying true to that commitment, from this day forward, begins right here at the Robert and Jeanne Leduc Center for Civic Engagement.” This year, UMass Dartmouth was named one of the nation’s top 14 colleges and universities — and only honoree in Massachusetts — on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, which recognizes exceptional commitment to service and civic engagement.

UMass Dartmouth: Top 1% of colleges nationwide for service In March, UMass Dartmouth was recognized as one of the nation’s elite universities — and the only in Massachusetts — for its support of volunteering, service-learning and civic engagement by the Corporation for National and Community Service and the US Department of Education. As one of 14 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll Finalists, UMass Dartmouth ranked in the top 1% of the nation’s 4500 colleges and universities. Even more impressive is the speed and scale of the achievement: since the Center for Civic Engagement was opened in 2008 under the leadership of Dr. Matthew H. Roy, the number of UMass Dartmouth students, staff and faculty taking part in service-learning has skyrocketed by nearly 500%. Last year, nearly 66% of graduating seniors gave back to the community through service —up from just 27% two years before.

(top-bottom) Leduc Center activities have included: students and community members harvesting crops for the Dartmouth YMCA; a student volunteer in the America Reads program helping pupils at the Alma del Mar charter school in New Bedford; students displaying a typical daily schedule for the America Reads program.

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UMass Law earns American Bar Association approval and hires a new dean

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City University of New York Associate Dean and Law Professor Mary Lu Bilek has been appointed Dean of UMass Law.

he UMass School of Law–Dartmouth reached a major milestone in June when the American Bar Association granted it provisional national accreditation, allowing future graduates of the school to sit for the bar exam in any state. The decision, following an eight-year effort to create the Commonwealth’s first public law school, brought praise from many sources. “Today is a great day for UMass, the SouthCoast region and for our Commonwealth as a whole,” said Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick. “The accreditation of UMass Law marks a milestone in our efforts to expand access to high-quality and affordable education.” “ABA accreditation is the gold seal of approval for law schools, and I am so proud of our students, faculty and staff for establishing a legal education program that meets the ABA’s high standards,” said UMass

Dartmouth Chancellor Jean F. MacCormack. “This is a major milestone for UMass Law, UMass Dartmouth, and the entire UMass system,” said University of Massachusetts President Robert L. Caret. “UMass Law is well on its way to becoming another jewel in the crown of our world class university.” The accreditation announcement came just days after City University of New York Associate Dean and Law Professor Mary Lu Bilek was named Dean of UMass Law. “The progress that the UMass School of Law has made in such a short time is truly remarkable,’’ said Professor Bilek, who played a role in CUNY Law receiving full ABA accreditation. Professor Bilek is known by her peers and colleagues for supporting student-centered instruction, promoting the social justice mission of the law school, and insisting on the access to legal education necessary to create a diverse profession.

Celebrating half a century of loyalty

(above) Alumni from Bradford Durfee College of Technology and New Bedford Institute of Technology reunited on campus to celebrate their 50th Reunion in May. An evening of reminiscing was capped off with a ceremony presenting alumni with their official reunion medallions and a University of Massachusetts Dartmouth diploma. (inset) Carolyn Skeie Bendiksen ’62 receives her keepsake medallion and diploma from Director of Alumni Relations, C. Chad Argotsinger.


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The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Foundation

2011 Annual Report

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u n i v e r s i t y o f m a s s ac h u s e t t s da rt m o u t h The following list includes donors to the Annual Campaign alphabetically according to their giving levels for donations received between January 1, 2011 and December 31, 2011. A special thank you to those of you who have joined the Chancellor’s Circle by contributing $1,000 or more in a single year. Distinguished Benefactor $1,000,000 or More

Major Patron $25,000-$49,999

Anonymous Mr. Robert F. ’78 and Mrs. Jeanne Leduc

Anonymous Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation, Inc. Colonial Wholesale Beverage Mr. Anil Deshpande The Deshpande Family Foundation Oliver R. and Jennie S. Donaldson Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Downey Leonard & Hilda Kaplan Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael MacFarlane Ms. Julia R. Plotnick, HD ’10 Mr. Robert S. and Mrs. Janice H. Reynolds ’82 Ms. Angela Simeone Mr. Frank B. Sousa, Jr., HD ’00 and Mrs. Helene J. Sousa UMass Dartmouth Alumni Association

Major Benefactor $500,000-$999,999 Anonymous Benefactor $100,000-$499,999 Anonymous Mr. Patrick Carney Patrick Carney Foundation Mr. Earle P. Charlton II, HD ’96 Ida S. Charlton Charity Fund Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts– Henry H. Crapo Foundation Fund Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts– Jacobs Family Fund Luso-American Development Foundation Estate of Dwight F. Mowery Estate of Suzanne Mowery Jose L. Paste Trust Dr. Elisabeth A. Pennington Distinguished Patron $50,000-$99,999 Anonymous Davis Educational Foundation Mr. Charles J. Hoff Instituto Camoes Mr. Robert F. Stoico The Robert F. Stoico FirstFed Charitable Foundation The Charles Irwin Travelli Fund The Uberoi Foundation for Religious Studies

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Patron $10,000-$24,999 Anonymous Alice S. Ayling Scholarship Foundation BankFive Joseph Baptista Trust Ms. Jessica L. Barry Mr. Richard Barry BayCoast Bank The CVS Downtown 5K Chancellor Professor Chi-Hau Chen Combined Jewish Philanthropies Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts– Southern New England School of Law Committee Advised Fund Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Duarte Ms. Otilia S. Ferreira, MA ’87 Fidelity Charitable Fund – Mantha Family Fund Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund – The Donaldson Fund Island Foundation, Inc. The Jarabek Family Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Mr. Sashi Kejriwal Korea InnoTec Company, Ltd.

Mr. Terence P. McCoy, Jr. ’79 and Mrs. Sherilyn D. McCoy ’80 The Moran Family Pepsi Bottling Group Mr. Dennis Rezendes St. Anne’s Credit Union Star Holdings Limited Partnership Don Watson Memorial Golf Tournament Xerox Corporation Mr. Yong Zhang, MS ’93 Gold Mentor $5,000-$9,999 Anonymous Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts– John Lipsky-George Whittaker Fund Dolphin Monkey MIA Research Eastern Fisheries, Inc. Rick ’71 and Esther Emard ’75 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enoksen Dr. Louis Esposito Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund– McHenry Fund First Bristol Corporation Professor Howard T. Glasser Maureen & Michael Harrington Dr. Brian T. ’83, HD ’05 and Mrs. Nancy E. Helgeland Joseph W. Houth Charitable Trust Mrs. Joanne Vincent Isabel Mr. James J. Karam ’71, HD ’01 Dr. Thomas Lawton ’53 Dr. Jeanne M. Leffers Lockheed Martin Sippican, Inc. Dr. Jean F. MacCormack Mr. Peter L. ’70 and Mrs. Susan C. Maguire ’74 Merz Pharmaceuticals GmbH Mr. Kevin C. Santos ’81 Mr. Liberal D. Silva Mr. John R. Vincent Mr. Ronald M. ’72 and Mrs. Diane C. Xavier Blue Mentor $1,000-$4,999 Mr. Brian L. Alpert Dr. Cynthia M. Alves ’84 Mr. George Amaral Anonymous

Mr. John I. Babbitt, Jr. Babbitt Steam Specialty Company Mr. James Balcam Mr. Dennis E. Barry Mr. J. Leo Barry Dr. A. Bharathi Mr. Daniel E. Bogan ’59, HD ’04 Borden & Remington Corporation Brattle Book Shop, Inc. Bridgewater State University Mr. Ralph A. Brown Peter and Tia Bullard Mr. Brian C. Burgoyne ’75 CEO Resources, Inc. Mr. Louis A. Cabral Mr. William Cameron Mrs. Claire T. Carney ’73, HD ’90 Mr. Peter T. Case Mr. George W. Cashman Mr. Jonathan D. ’81 and Mrs. Carol A. Chace ’88 Mr. Cho-Min Chou Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts– Women’s Fund Philanthropy Initiative Mr. Paul F. Connors Connors & Company Investment Services Consulate of Portugal Corporate Risk Advisors Managers, Inc. Mr. Mark W. Crandall Colonel Ronald J. Cruz, USMC (Ret.) ’69 Dr. Thomas J. Curry ’64 Mr. Edmond T. DeBross Dellbrook Construction, LLC Mr. Michael P. Duarte ’80 Mr. Jason Duran Mr. Michael J. Eatough, MA ’09 and Mrs. Bridget A. Flynn F.C. Construction Dr. James A. Fain Fall River United Jewish Appeal, Inc. Rick and Janet Farias ’77 Dr. John W. Farrington ’66, MS ’68 Mr. Joseph H. Feitelberg, HD ’03 Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund– Graham Family Fund Mr. Michael Fish Ms. Catherine A. Fortier-Barnes Mr. John A. Freeman ’58


a n n ua l g i v i n g Mr. Antonio Frias Friends of CVPA Illustration Senior Show Maria Furman Family Fund Mrs. Maria D. Furman ’76 Mr. John J. ’84 and Mrs. Cindi L. Galiher ’84 Mr. Peter Gallo Kenneth T. and Mildred S. Gammons Charitable Foundation, Inc. Dr. Anthony J. Garro Mr. David L. Gilbertson and Dr. Carolee S. Matsumoto Global Petroleum Corporation Ronald B. Goodspeed, MD, MPH, HD ’08 Mr. Manuel A. Goulart Mr. Philip R. ’78 and Mrs. Deborah L. Graham ’79 HarborOne Credit Union Mr. John G. Hawes ’66 Mr. Gerald F. Hickey Mr. Charles P. Holden ’91 ITW Foundation 3-for-1 Matching Program International Precious Metals Institute Jewish Federation of Greater New Bedford, Inc. Chancellor Professor Laurie J. Kaplowitz Mr. Robert S. Karam ’67, HD ’91 Karam Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. Peter T. Kavanaugh Mr. John W. Keith Michelle A. Keith, Esq., JD/MBA ’10 Mr. John G. Liarikos Senator William Q. MacLean, Jr., HD ’80 and Mrs. Mary Jane MacLean MacLean Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael Macy Matthew J. Macy Memorial Fund Mr. Gerald J. Mauretti ’65, HD ’10 McLaughlin & Moran, Inc. Senator Joan M. Menard Joan M. Menard Committee Mike’s Hard Lemonade Mr. Wojciech Mikolajczak Dr. David Milstone Mr. Mark J. Minichiello ’90 Ms. Louise B. Mitchell ’81 Mr. Mark C. Monroe Committee to Elect Mark C. Montigny Mr. John D. Moore, HD ’96 and Mrs. Elizabeth Isherwood Moore, MBA ’80

Morgan Stanley Charitable Spending Account Ms. Kristin Batstone Morrissey John E. Murphy, Jr., Esq. Nantucket Bike Shop Ms. Gina M. Nolan Mr. Roger M. Norton and Mrs. Debra S. Goldfarb-Norton Mr. and Mrs. G. Curt Oliveira Mr. Frank R. Oliver ’79 Mr. Roland M. ’79 and Mrs. Christine E. Ouellette ’80 PNC Bank Ms. Aiyun Qi ’00 R.T. Consulting Mr. Pandit Ramadheen Ramsamooj Mr. Donald H. Ramsbottom Mr. Kenneth R. Rezendes ’87 Dr. June Roche ’60, HD ’77 Mr. Alfred S. Ross Mr. Mark E. Rousseau, JD ’11 The S & F Concrete Contractors, Inc. Committee to Elect John T. Saunders Mr. Richard T. Saunders Mrs. Sandra Saunders Dr. and Mrs. Sukalyan Sengupta Mr. and Mrs. Norman Shachoy Mr. Thomas J. Sherwin Mr. Alfred Slifka Dr. George S. Smith and Ms. Sandra G. Spooner Mr. George M. Sousa, MBA ’05 and Dr. Sharon A. Sousa Mr. Robert B. Sousa, Jr. ’83 Mr. Paul W. ’78 and Mrs. Diane D. Souza ’79 Lt. Colonel Audrey Stebenne, USAF (Ret.) ’70 SunTrust Foundation Matching Gift Program Sylvia Group of Insurance Agencies Taunton Firefighters Local 1391 J.J. Taylor Companies, Inc. Tour De Patrick Truesdale Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association, Inc. Tyco Electronics Corporation UMD Claire T. Carney Library Associates Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Mr. Henley R. Webb Donald G. Wood ’60, MA ’70 and Sandra D. Wood Margaret D. Xifaras, Esq., MBA ’78

Mentor $500-$999 Mrs. Lynn Alpert Anonymous Mr. John R. Arrington ’73 Mr. Richard H. Aubut ’75 Mr. Jim Baldi Bolger & O’Hearn, Inc. Boucher & Heureux, Inc. Bristol County Savings Bank Mr. Christopher X. Brogan Mr. John K., HD ’91 and Mrs. Anne D. Bullard ’94 Dr. and Mrs. Richard T. Burke Burke Distributing Corporation Mr. Terrance Burton CDM Smith, Inc. CVR Associates James L. Caravan ’75 and Mary K. Grant Mrs. Ann-Marie S. Chin Colonial Wholesale Drivers & Warehouse Mrs. Barbara A. Compton Mr. Peter Coors Mr. Stephen G. Crawford Crawford Strategies Mr. Patrick A. Davis ’80 Delta Theta Phi Foundation, Inc. Mr. John P. DeVillars Mr. Scott J. Diogenes ’94 Dr. John P. Dowd Mrs. Lisa J. Dube Attorney Roger J. Dugal ’70, JD ’89 Mr. Gary J. Eagan FM Global Foundation Falmouth Taxi Mr. Terry R. Farias ’68 Robert B. Feingold & Associates, P.C. Mr. Lawrence K. Fish Fish Family Foundation Professor Alex J. Fowler GE Foundation Dr. Robert R. Gamache ’73 Mrs. Gabrielle Coyne Giblin ’58 Dr. James A. Golen ’65 Mrs. Elizabeth Gormley Paul J. Gramling Memorial Scholarship Fund for Compassionate Caregiving to People with Alzheimer’s of Greater Worcester Community Foundation Mrs. Kathy L. Grandmaison ’73 Mr. John E. Grenier, Jr. ’74 Hathaway Funeral Service Mr. Alan J. Heureux and Chancellor Professor Magali Carrera

Mr. Norman G. Hildreth, Jr. ’85 and Mrs. Susan Hall Hildreth ’85 Mr. John T. Hoey Mr. John H. Humphreys and Ms. Brenda Gail Humphreys Mr. George Jacobs Mr. Michael Johnson ’92 Philip W. Johnston Associates Jones Lang Lasalle Americas Ms. Fredie Diane Kay L. Knife & Son, Inc. Mr. Zheng-Jie Kuo, MS ’00 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lafrance Mr. Frederic J. Lamoureux ’51 The Honorable Francis Larkin Professor Richard J. Larschan Mr. Robert W. Lavoie ’61 Reverend Dr. Robert P. Lawrence Ms. Joyce M. LeBlanc ’89 Mr. Patrick A. T. Lee Ms. Patricia T. Lemieux Ms. Ru-Shin Liu, MS ’06 Dr. Steven Lohrenz Mr. Kar Ching ’92, MS ’94 and Mrs. Regina Tin Mak ’92 Mallard Printing, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Martin Ms. Teresa A. Mauk Mr. David M. McCombe ’74 Menra Mills Merrimack Valley Distributing Company, Inc. Microsoft Corporation Mr. Frederick M. Moehle ’80 Mr. Robert H. Montgomery ’84 Ms. Kathleen S. Murfitt Nissan 24 North Atlantic Corporation Stephen Oleskey and Judith Tick Mrs. Carol D. Oliveri Partridge, Snow & Hahn LLP Dean Robert E. Peck Ms. Kristin L. Perkins Mr. William J. Piccerelli Mr. Robert M. Pielech ’71 Pineland Park Association, Inc. Ms. Clare P. Poirier Mr. James R. Pratt, Jr. ’89 Mr. Kenneth A. Pratt ’87 Precix, Inc. Mr. David Rapoza ’60 Mr. Fradique A. Rocha ’77 Rockland Trust Dr. Wendy A. Rogers ’85 Drs. Matthew H. and Francine M. Roy ’89 Ms. Carol D. Santos Santos Family Foundation Mr. Joaquim Santos ’72

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u n i v e r s i t y o f m a s s ac h u s e t t s da rt m o u t h Mr. Anthony R. Sapienza Schonland and Associates, PC Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Sea Fuels Marina Services, Inc. Seaboard Products Company Dr. and Mrs. Gilbert L. Shapiro Shin-Etsu Silicones of America Mr. Robert C. Smith ’80 Ms. Marie E. Sullivan ’76 Sunrise League Ms. Maureen T. Sylvia ’80 W.A. Thompson, Inc. Time Warner Foundation, Inc. The Honorable Robert Twiss UMass Faculty Federation, Local 1895, AFT, AFL-CIO Mr. Carlton M. Viveiros, HM ’82 Dr. Robert V. Ward, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Warren Warren Environmental, Inc. Mr. Wo-Tak ’84 and Ms. Katie M. Wu ’88 Mr. Rongwei Xuan MS ’98, MS ’99, and Ms. Hui Hu, MS ’01 Youth Services America/State Farm Companies Foundation Ms. Karen A. Zahorsky ’78 Corsair $250-$499 The Afikim Foundation Mr. Dennis W. Alpert Mr. Michael C. Alpert Mr. Brian Alves ’85 Anonymous Mr. Leonard Aronson Atlas Distributing, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan D. Barry Mr. Mark J. Bernardo ’92, ’94 Mrs. Anne C. Bisson ’81 Mr. Ralph A. Boardman ’63 Mr. Edward L. Booth ’69, ’76 Ms. Marietta E. Booth ’73 Boston Financial Data Services Mr. Allen A. Bozek ’65 Mrs. Theresa Ann Brum ’76 Dr. John Buck Mr. Arthur Buckley, Jr. Mr. James F. Buckley ’81 Mr. John R. Buckley Ms. Wei Cai Mrs. Crystal C. Campbell Mr. Jeffrey K. Carignan ’81 Mr. Gregory V. Caron ’05 Mr. Robert N. Carroll ’94 Mr. Thomas J. Carroll ’60 Mrs. Alzira M. Castelo Ms. Shou-Min Chuo, MBA ’99

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Dr. Mark W. Clark ’86 Mr. Greg Coady Professor Debra R. Cohen Ms. Cynthia E. Cummings Mr. Daniel J. DeAmaral ’86 Mr. Fernando B. DeOliveira ’98 Mrs. Ellen Dubreuil Ms. Mary C. Ellis Ms. Linda A. Farrell ’70 Dr. Richard Faulkenberry Fellowship Health Resources, Inc. Mrs. Norma J. Fenochietti Mr. Scott M. Ferson ’87 Fidelity Charitable Fund– Campbell-Hilker Fund Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund– Shapiro Fund Mrs. Joyce B. Dixon Finkenstadt ’60 Mr. Martin W. Flinn ’79 Mr. John E. Foster, Jr. ’57 Ms. Meredith Campbell Franks Mrs. Kathleen B. Friar ’78 Mr. and Ms. Ray Frizzell Mr. Donald A. Gagnon ’81 Mr. Douglas K. Gentile, MBA ’85 Mr. Edwin B. Gentle III ’94 Mr. Lawrence A. Giampietro Professor Richard F. Golen ’74 Ms. Patricia M. Grzybinski Gordon ’78 Mr. Bernard H. Gould Professor Kathryn L. Gramling Mr. Brian F. Gregory ’80 Mr. Henry A. Guay ’65 Ms. Debbielou Hawkins Mr. John A. Hickey ’91 William Hogan, Ph.D. ’70 Homegrown Naturals in CA I.U.O.E. Local No. 4 Professor Vernon L. Ingraham Instrument Technology, Inc. Integrated Solutions Mr. Gary H. ’84 and Mrs. Nancy A. Juvinall ’83 Mr. Bruce V. Kane ’81 Mr. Michael Kirkman ’78 Mr. Richard P. ’52 and Mrs. Simonne Lake ’51 Mr. David Lambert ’82 Mr. Thomas R. Lebach Chancellor Professor Steven J. Leon Ms. Brenda C. Livingston ’96 Mr. Dennis J. Lopes ’74 Ms. Juanita Lopez ’95 Mr. Armindo P. Louro ’77 Mr. James M. Machado Mr. David F. Marcille ’84 Mr. Abel R. Massa ’78 Ms. Donna R. Massano Mr. Daniel P. McCarthy ’82

Mr. Frederick B. McDonald ’55 Ms. Donna J. McGee Brian ’79 and Cindy McGreevy ’78 Mr. Thomas F. McNeil ’10 Ms. Natalie Mendes Mr. John M. Moreira ’84 Mr. Mark C. Murphy Mr. Vincent John ’93 and Mrs. Rachel A. Murphy ’77 NSTAR Foundation Mr. Donald E. Napert ’77 Mr. Peter ’77 and Mrs. Jeannette M. Narbonne ’77 Committee to Re-Elect Joaquim “Jack” Nobrega Mrs. Cynthia H. Nock ’77 Ms. Christine Nounou ’74 Ms. Mary Louise Nunes ’83 Dr. Nancy J. O’Connor ’80 Mr. Carlos M. Oliveira ’79 Ottaway Newspapers, Inc. Dr. Richard J. Panofsky Mr. Joel D. Perlin ’75 Mr. David G. Perry Mrs. Diane C. Phillips ’84 Mr. Paul Pinault ’73 Polish Women’s Business & Professional Club Quinebaug Valley Vet Hospital, LLC Mr. John F. Quinn ’85 Ms. Jacquelyn M. Ramos Ms. Jennifer L. Raxter ’98 Mr. Timothy J. ’84 and Mrs. Kathryn L. Rezendes ’93 Mr. Milton Rhodes ’41 Dr. Jeannette E. Riley Dr. Bruce A. Rose Charles Schwab Corporate Foundation Mr. Lance Scrivner and Mrs. Barbara Santos Shell Oil Company Foundation Matching Gifts Mr. Walter O. Shepard, Jr. ’65 Dr. Bal Ram Singh Ms. Wendy K. Skinner Mr. Paul Smola ’79 Mr. Joseph L. Sousa ’82 Students in Free Enterprise Mr. Karl Svendsen ’63 Mr. Raymond C. Swenton ’74 Ms. Lisa Szargowicz ’85 Taunton Electrical Corporation Professor Doris Thibault Mr. Joseph G. Thomas, Jr. ’73 Dr. Adrian R. Tio Unitarian Universalist Society of Fairhaven Mr. Alfred R. Vieira ’70

Ms. Karyn D. Vincent ’85 Mr. Richard C. Walker ’74, MBA ’77 Mr. Christopher B. Ward Mr. Robert Watkins, Jr., HD ’02 and Mrs. Rillis Watkins Mr. David A. Webster ’71 Mr. Robert M. Weinberg Mr. Robert M. Whitehead ’66 Mr. Mitchell M. Winkler ’80 Mr. David F. Wood ’72 Ms. Jenny Xifaras ’60 Century Club

$100-$249

Mr. Edward A. Abdow ’07, ’11, MAT ’11 Dr. William Abesh Mr. Anthony Abraham Ms. Elizabeth Acheson Ms. Mary G. Adams Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Charles Adelsberger Mr. Michael J. Agostino ’77 Mr. Alvin P. Almeida ’70 Ms. Mary N. Almeida ’79 Mr. Stephen A. Almeida ’91 Mr. Brian A. Alosi ’65 Mr. Sumner Alpert Ms. Maria N. Alves ’83, MBA ’90 Mr. Michael J. Ambrosini ’70 Ameriprise Financial Annual Giving Campaign Mrs. Susanne V. Andrews Mr. Ernest S. Angstadt ’88 Anonymous Patricia H. Ansay, Ed.D. ’74 Mr. Dimitrios Antonopoulos ’73 Applied Science Associates, Inc. Dr. Roger J. Araujo ’56 Mr. Anthony C. Arruda, Jr. Mr. Gary Ashworth ’81 Mr. Stephen M. Atkinson ’83 Ms. Cindy Aucoin Mrs. Barbara J. Audino ’79 Mr. Jeffrey S. Augustine ’88 Mr. Joseph W. ’69 and Mrs. Michelle P. Augustyn ’73 Mr. John L. Aumann ’75 Ms. Diane Austin John Austin for Education Committee Automatic Data Processing Ms. Beth Avolio Dr. Peter J. Azar ’70 Mr. James A. Baird Mr. Thomas Baratta Mr. James D. Barber ’68 Mr. Joaquim C. ’85 and Mrs. Maria R. Barros ’89


a n n ua l g i v i n g Ms. Marie J. Barry Mrs. Camille M. Barudin Ms. Louise Racine Bastarache ’78 Battelle Memorial Institute Mrs. Nancy K. Beaton Mr. Maurice ’72 and Mrs. Maureen L. Beaudoin ’72 Mr. Norman R. Beauregard ’76 Mrs. Sheila Beckeman ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Bencks Mr. Joseph M. Benevides, Jr. ’77 Mr. Roger C. ’87 and Mrs. Melissa A. Bennett ’87 Mrs. Alyson E. Benoit ’84 Mrs. Elizabeth Benoit ’81 Mr. William F. Benoit II ’81 Mr. Peter L. Berdos, Jr. ’85 Dr. Gail L. Berman-Martin Mrs. Becky A. Bettencourt Mr. David A. Biltcliffe ’74 Ms. Judith E. Black Mr. Andrew D. Blake ’85 Blount Fine Foods Ms. Claire P. Boardman The Boeing Company Mr. Bruce P. Boni Mr. Robert Borge ’59 Kathleen L. Borges, Esq., JD ’10 Mr. William B. Borges ’48 Mr. John P. Botelho, Jr. ’93 and Mrs. Christine A. Botelho ’93 Mr. James A. Botellio Mr. David G. Boucher Ms. Donna Bovi Mr. John Donnell Bowen Mr. Bruce P. Branchaud ’76 Mr. Steven Brandt Bristol Community College Mr. Donald J. Brody ’71 Mr. Joseph T. Bronner Ms. Jane Brookins ’82 Professor Wendell S. Brown Ms. Alicia Bryant Mr. Bruce H. Buckley ’60 Mr. Paul C. Burke ’77 Mrs. Diane L. Butts ’88 Mr. Edward Cabral ’89 Mr. George M. ’88 and Mrs. Deborah S. Cabral ’92 Mr. Roger A. Cabral ’83 Mrs. Karen M. Caddell ’85, MS ’02 Mrs. Peg Caldwell Condon ’74 Mr. Joseph T. Callaghan, Jr. Mr. Peter Campbell ’60 Mrs. Mary E. Canning ’83 Mr. John M. Canto Mr. Dennis M. Canulla ’81 Mr. George S. Cardoza ’63 Mr. Wayne M. Cardoza ’70

Naomi Carpenter, Esq., JD ’91 Mr. David W. Carreau Mr. Robert L. Carroll Mrs. Mary Anne Cary ’76 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Case Ms. Rosa M. Castro-Krawiec, PE ’84 Mr. Joseph J. Centorino ’75 Mrs. Nancy S. Chace

Ms. Caroline B. Courth, MFA ’90 Mr. George Couto ’93 Mr. Marc O. ’91, MS ’93 and Mrs. Angela S. Couture ’93 Ms. Shaunna Covell ’05 Mrs. Colleen Cranshaw ’01 The Cranston Foundation of Cranston Print Works Company

New UMass Law Alumni Association board members, (l-r) Herbert Kusako, Jr., JD ’89, Kris Oliveira, JD ’94, and John Masella, JD ’06 gathered at the annual meeting and social in April.

Mr. William A. ’81, MBA ’90 and Mrs. Maureen E. Chace ’92 Mr. Ashok Ruman Charry, MS ’00 Mr. Everett Charves ’52 Ms. Wen Chen, MS ’95 Dr. and Mrs. Paul Chervinsky Mr. Daniel R. Chouinard ’96 Mr. Oliver P. Cipollini, Jr. ’78 Mr. Stephen M. Clancy ’07 Thomas J. Cleary, Esq., JD ’07 Mr. Peter G. Clements ’89 Mrs. Christine M. Clower ’87 Club Madeirense Mr. J. David Coakley ’59 Mr. Maurice G. Coderre ’66 Commercial Distributing Company, Inc. Ms. Patricia Conlan Mrs. Lisa A. Conroy Consolidated Beverages, LLC Mr. Ben L. Cook ’89 Ms. Barbara Cooke Mr. Leonard W. Coriaty ’87 Mr. Derek J. Cormier ’93 Ms. Stephanie Cormier Mrs. Lydia Cornier ’73, MA ’80 Mr. John F. Cornwell ’59 Mr. Antone ’67 and Mrs. M. Eileen Hannon Correia ’83 Mr. Thomas G. Cosgrove ’85 Mrs. Isabel M. Costa ’99 Dr. Susan T. Costa ’72 Mr. Michael J. Cote ’74

Mr. William C. Cray ’77 Mr. Adam J. Creedon Ms. Maria F. Crivello ’80 Mrs. Diane M. Cruz ’08 Ms. Paula Costa Cullen ’86 Cumberland & York Distributors Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Curtin Mr. Michael D. Cusolito ’00 Mr. Kurt R. Dahlberg ’73 Mr. William P. Dalton, Jr. Mr. Robert F. Deans ’70 Mr. Paul E. Deciccio Mr. Arthur J. and Mrs. Barbara A. Delano ’57 Mr. Joseph DeMarco ’63 Mr. David A. DeMoura ’68 Mr. John P. Dempsey ’82 Mrs. Kelly L. DeSenti ’92 Mr. Paul R. Desforges ’62 Ms. Faith Novick Deveaux Diligence, Inc. Mr. Mark Dittrich Mrs. Lisa A. Doherty Mr. James R. Dorsey Mr. Hu Dou, MS ’99 Mr. Frederic C. Dreyer, Jr., HD ’97 Mr. Matthew B. Driscoll ’92 Mr. Richard L. Dubois, Jr. ’82 Mr. Robert S. Dudley Mr. Joseph C. Duggan ’69 Mr. Roland J. Duphily ’66 Mr. Joseph A. Duquette, Jr. ’93 Mr. Theodore J. Dziedzic ’76

EBSCO Industries Ms. Kathryn A. Egnaczak ’05 Ms. Judith M. Eichner Mr. Quentin L. Elias ’06 Mr. Philip R. ’82 and Mrs. Jane E. Kannally Emery ’83 Mr. Antonio F. Esteves ’80 Mr. George F. Faidell ’76 Fair Acres Country Day School Ms. Cynthia C. Farnham Mr. Laurier A. Fauteux ’69 Mr. Joseph D. Feaster, Jr. Ms. Irene M. Ferrall Mrs. Dale Ferris Mrs. Danuta Fichna Mr. Salvatore G. Filardi Mr. Richard S. Fine ’76 Mr. Barry S. Fineberg ’76 Mr. Christopher P. Fingliss ’95 Ms. Antoinette C. Finlay ’01 Mr. Barry O. Fisher ’73 Mr. David T. Fisher ’83 Mr. Thomas J. Fisher ’10 Mr. Thomas R. Fisher Mr. George Flanagan Mr. Richard W. Flood ’65 Mrs. Maureen A. Floros ’86 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Flynn Mr. James P. ’84 and Mrs. Janice E. Forance ’86 Mr. Kyle Andrew Fossey ’08 Mr. Donald A. Foster ’72 Mr. Timothy M. Fox ’80 Mr. Paul H. Fredette ’71 Mr. Robert J. Freel ’69 R. J. Freel Associates Mr. Jeffrey A. Freelove ’78 Mr. James E. French ’78 Friends of the Needham Public Library Mr. Geoffrey W. Fuchs, MBA ’80 Ms. Edna Fuller Ms. Antoinette Peters Fulton Mr. Richard L. Fyans ’65 Mr. John C. Gagnon ’74 Mr. Roger J. Gagnon ’61 Mr. Kevin F. Galligan ’77, MBA ’82 Reverend F. Richard Garland, MBA ’85 Mr. Justin H. Garrison ’04 Mrs. Donna M. Garro ’74 Mr. Marcel W. Gautreau ’70 Mr. Thomas R. Geary ’74 Mr. Kurt Gent ’74, MS ’79 Mr. Todd Gibbons ’88 Ms. Paige M. Gibbs Mr. Thomas M. Gibney ’86 Mrs. Susan E. Gibson ’76

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u n i v e r s i t y o f m a s s ac h u s e t t s da rt m o u t h Dr. Frederick V. and Mrs. Evelyn P. Gifun ’86, ’97, MA ’90 Mr. James R. Gilbert ’80 Ms. Melissa A. Gill Mr. Jay N. Gillis ’84 Professor Harold L. Gilmore Mr. Mark Philip Gilmore ’81 Mr. Thomas P. Ginand Mr. David M. Giordano Mr. Louis D. Gitlin Mr. Mark Gitlin Colonel Peter C. Giusti, USAF (Ret.) ’65 Mr. James V. Glover ’97 Mr. Murray L. Goldberg Stanley M. Goldstein Trust Mr. Walter R. Goldstein, Jr. ’76 Mr. Jose C. Gonsalves ’69 Dr. Deborah A. Goodman ’78 Mr. Michael Goodman Mrs. Linda R. Gouveia ’77 Mr. Antonio B. Gracia, Jr. ’50 Dr. Lawrence W. Gray ’77 Mr. James E. Greichen ’53 Mr. David C. Greim ’79 Ms. Patricia M. Grindell ’92 Mrs. Betsy A. Groves ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Grzelcyk Mr. John R. Guarino ’95 Mr. Paul B. Guillet ’79 Mr. Marc Garson Gurvitch, MS ’08 Mr. Mark J. Hahn ’75 Mr. William R. Haigis ’84 Mrs. Anne M. Hall ’71 Ms. Debra M. Halligan ’94 Mr. Gerald P. Hammel Mr. Craig M. Hardy ’99 Ms. Kate Harrison-Beauregard Mr. William R. Hathaway ’77 Mrs. Thelma L. Hayward ’80 Ms. Mary E. Hensel Heritage House Professor Eugene Herman Ms. Erin L. Hescock Mr. James M. Hickox ’77 Mr. Jonathan E. Hird Dr. Alan W. Hirshfeld Mr. Peter Hodges Ms. Janice L. Hodson ’84 Mr. Thomas S. Hogan, Jr. ’83 Mr. Stephen L. Holbrook ’74 Mr. James E. Holding ’77 Mrs. Kaisa Geraldine Holloway Cripps ’06, MBA ’10 Thomas Hooker Brewing Company, LLC Mrs. Marilyn E. Hopkins ’86 Horizon Beverage Company Mr. William T. Howell, Jr. ’79

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Mr. Ronald W. Hoy ’64 Ms. Kathleen B. Huges IBM Matching Grants Program Mrs. Nancy L. Ibarra ’77 Insurit Agency, Inc. Mrs. Gail Isaksen ’67 Ms. Lori A. Jacques Mr. Michael Christopher Jencks ’09 Mrs. Estelle R. Jennings ’74 Mrs. Carolyn Joggi Ms. Kathryn A. Joyce Just Another Phoenix KPMG Community Giving Mr. Walter O. Kangas ’74 Barbara and Sidney Kaplan Steven F. Karlin, MD, Ltd. Mr. Boris Katan ’84 Mr. Chester J. Kawa, Jr. ’65 Mrs. Erin Keaney-Moynihan ’89 Mr. William Keating, Jr. ’62 Ms. Patricia A. Keenan ’85 Mr. Robert D. Keenan ’94 Mrs. Ann E. Keener ’72 Attorney David Keighley ’90 Mr. Mark W. Keighley ’70, ’88 Mr. Michael T. ’82, ’85 and Mrs. Eliza Kellish Mr. Larry J. Kelts, MS ’71 Mrs. Se Kyung Kim, MBA ’87 Mr. James E. King ’75 Ms. Sandra King Ms. Doris M. Kingman ’76 Mr. James T. Kiser ’09 Professor Anna Klobucka Mr. William M. Knight Knoll, Inc. Ms. Laura R. Koch ’82 Dr. Richard W. Kocon ’63 Mr. Robert J. Koning ’86, ’90 Chancellor Professor and Mrs. Gerard M. Koot Mr. Paul J. Kostek ’79 Mr. Cesar R. Kothe ’86 and Ms. Jean M. Murphy ’85 Mr. David R. Krall ’92 Mr. John E. Krawiec Ms. Katherine Curran Krikorian ’75 The Honorable Manuel, HD ’87 and Mrs. Elaine Kyriakakis Mr. Stephen L. Labrie ’77 Mrs. Evelyne M. LaFlamme ’78, MBA ’82 Mr. Christopher T. Lai Mrs. Pauline L. Lally ’80 Mr. Henry C. Lamontagne ’68 Mr. Scott L. Lamontagne ’84 Ms. Mary A. Lamson Dr. Susan C. Lane Dr. Michael J. Laney ’77

Mr. Jonathan Langfield ’86 Mr. James R. Laurila ’85 Mr. Mark A. Lavallee ’84 Mr. Alvin C. Lavoie ’77 Mr. William J. Lawless Ms. Sara-Jane Lawrence ’75 Ms. Anne Lawton Mr. Brian A. Lawton ’78 Mr. James R. Layfield ’76 Mr. Howard J. Lazerowich ’78 Ms. Katie L. Leahy Mr. Robert E. Lebeau ’70 Mr. Ronald C. LeBlanc ’79, MS ’81 Mr. Frederick S. Lebow ’67 Mr. Michael J. LeDonne ’97 Mr. John R. Ledwidge ’67 Mr. Aaron C. Lee ’96 Mr. Donald R. Lee ’73 Mr. William F. Leger ’61 Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company, Inc. Mr. Fernando A. Lemos ’79 Mr. Donald W. Lepore ’61 Ms. Monica A. Lesniak ’86 Mr. Wei Liang, MS ’97, MS ’00 Mrs. Judith A. Lima ’87 Mr. Peter T. Lindner Mr. Kenneth D. Lipman Mr. and Mrs. David H. Lithway Little People’s College, Inc. M. Hong Liu Lockheed Martin Corporation G. Lopes Construction, Inc. Mr. Juan D. Lozano Mr. Charles Lu Xiaonan Lu Mr. Michael P. Lucas ’80 Ms. Katherine M. Lukas, MS ’00 A. J. Luke’s of Harwich Mr. Paul R. Lundberg ’84 Mr. Robert F. Lundgren ’77 Mr. Kevin E. Lydon Ms. Gail MacCallum Judge Demarest Lloyd MacDonald Ms. Sharon L. MacFarlane Mr. Rodney F. Mach ’79 Mr. Keith Mackenzie Mr. George M. Mackie ’52 Mr. Glenn S. MacNaught, MBA ’83 Ms. Elaine MacPherson Mr. Dana W. Madden ’85 Mrs. Christine A. Mahoney ’84 Mr. Paul ’75 and Mrs. Juliette C. Maitoza ’76 Mr. Andrew T. Maloney ’93 Ms. Jane Mangili Dr. Charles H. Manley ’64 The Honorable John A. Markey, HM ’82

Ms. Anne P. Marks ’75 Mr. William H. Marsden ’54 Mr. Richard T. Marsland ’73, ’88 Massachusetts Marine Educators Mr. Michael C. May ’97 Mr. Gregg Andrew Maydoney ’06 Mr. Gregory J. McCann ’92 Mr. James J. McCarthy ’77 Mr. Hugh R. McCartney III ’77 Ms. Karen L. McCloskey ’87 McCraith Beverages, Inc. William T. McDonald, Inc. Mr. Kenison A. McIntosh ’59 Mrs. Renee Marie McKay ’84, ’87 Professor Donald G. McKinley Mrs. Deborah McLaughlin Mr. Robert C. McLaughlin, Jr. ’61 Mrs. Kathleen G. McNeil ’81 Mr. David A. Medeiros ’94 Mr. John Medeiros ’70 Mr. John E. Medeiros ’83 Mr. Manuel M. Medeiros and Mrs. Katherine Schleich-Medeiros ’72 Ms. Maria D. Medeiros Mr. Norman S. Medeiros ’93 Mrs. Patricia M. Medeiros ’83 Mr. Richard R. Medeiros, Jr. ’86 Mr. Angel Medina Captain Raymond ’72 and Mrs. Deborah A. Mello ’79 Mr. Andrew M. Mendes Ms. Margaret L. Merrill, MPP ’10 Mid City Scrap Iron & Salvage Company, Inc. Professor Emeritus Walter E. A. Mierzejewski Mrs. Beth Paul Milham, MS ’92 Ms. Elizabeth A. Miller ’55 Mrs. Dolores L. Mitchell Ms. Judith A. Mitchell ’80 Mr. Darius E. Modestow ’97 Mr. Mark A. Moreira ’85 Morin & Pepin Inc. Mr. Richard T. Moses Dr. Ralph O. Moyer, Jr. ’57 Mr. Joseph P. Mroczka ’81 Mr. William J. Murphy ’81 Mr. Michael J. Murren ’85 Ms. Rachel Arianna Muzzy ’82 Mr. Robert A. Naftoly ’94 Ms. Natalie Nalibotsky Narragansett Brewing Company New England Construction Company, Inc. New England Electropolishing Company, Inc. Mr. James A. Newkirk ’76 Mr. Kenneth L. Nichols ’64 Mr. Joaquim Nobrega


a n n ua l g i v i n g Mr. Paul A. Nolin ’70 Ms. Christine Noonan ’95 Northeast Utilities Foundation Ms. Marilyn O. Nugent Ms. Robin M. Nunes Steven J. Nunes Plumbing and Heating O’Connor & Drew, P.C. Ms. Frances C. O’Donnell Mr. Paul N. Olenik ’95 Ms. Sheila K. Oliva ’91 Mr. Brian J. Olson Mr. Dennis P. Olson ’77 Ms. Patricia R. Olson Mr. Kevin R. O’Neil ’88 Mr. William R. O’Neil ’52 Mr. Henry A. Openshaw, Jr. ’02 Ms. Lynn O’Sullivan Mr. Griffen W. Owen Mr. John K. Owens Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ozug Pabst Brewing Company Mr. John H. Pacheco ’63 Mrs. June Paoline ’70 Mr. Scott J. ’03 and Mrs. Gretchen H. Parmentier ’99, MBA ’01 Mr. David E. ’79 and Mrs. Jane Henry Parsons ’79 Ms. Catherine A. Partridge ’79 Ms. Mary Ann Partridge ’80 Ms. Cristina Paulo Mr. Joseph G. Paulo ’93 Mr. Thomas M. Pease ’77 Peerless Beverage Company Mr. Kyle R. Pelletier ’08 People, Inc. Ms. Joan L. Pepin ’73 Mr. Edgar P. Pereira ’96 Lewis M. & Esther Perlstein Family Foundation Ms. Judith Perreault Mr. William J. Perron ’56 Ms. Elizabeth J. Perry ’01 Mrs. Rose A. Perry ’76 Mrs. Geraldine A. Perry-Lopes ’69 Mrs. Lauralyn Persson ’74 Ms. Lisa M. Peters Dr. Sonja Stone Peterson Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Mr. Peter A. Phillips ’82 Mr. Tom Piascik Ms. Charlene Picard Mr. Clinton E. Pires ’75 Mr. Joseph W. Pitta Mr. Donald H. Plant ’61 Platinum Group Realty Mr. Randall B. Pollard ’53 Mrs. Arlene Pombo ’00

Pontes Excavating Company, LLC Mr. Fulton J. Pontes Ms. Lori L. Pontes Ms. Danielle N. Poyant ’89 Promptus Communications, Inc. Mr. Richard W. Purdy ’03 Ms. Marilyn Pye Mr. Matthew R. ’87 and Mrs. Beth A. Quinn ’87 RJD Engineering Company Dr. Paul A. Rapoza ’76 Ms. Dianne M. Reardon Ms. Ann M. Reed ’86 Mr. Ronald G. Reeves ’74 Rep Source Professor Conrad Richard ’48 Ms. Teresa S. Richey Mrs. Jean M. Rieser ’71 Ms. Sara Ringler, MFA ’89 Mr. Christopher Roberts ’73 Mrs. Traci A. Robie ’92 Mr. Samuel F. Rocco ’77 and Mrs. Ann M. O’Brien-Rocco ’77 Ms. Denise R. Rochat ’75 Mrs. Ida M. Roderick ’56 Ms. Jill Romero Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Rose Mr. Steven Rosenfeld Mrs. Gladys Rosofsky Ms. Courtney E. Roy Mr. Michael R. Roy ’75, MAT ’00 Professor Gail E. Russell Mrs. Cathy A. Russo ’84 Mr. Matthew D. Ryckebusch Mr. Dennis M. Sabourin ’64 Ms. Katie Elizabeth St. Pierre ’10 Ms. Nicole St. Pierre ’99 Mr. David A. St. Yves ’78 Sakonnet Properties, Inc. Mr. Howard W. Salden ’84 Mr. Syd A. Saloman ’96 Mr. Chhoeun Sann ’10 Dr. and Mrs. George P. Santos Mr. Robert A. Santos Mr. Daniel Thomas Savaria ’07, MS ’10 Ms. Karen M. Sawyer ’82 Mr. Clement F. Sayers Mr. Stefan M. Schaeckeler Mrs. Donna M. Schuyler Scituate Boat Works Ms. Susanna Scott Dr. Susanne G. Scott Seven Hills Behavioral Health, Inc. Ms. Kathleen Shaban Mrs. Bette Shapiro Steven C. Sharek, Esq. ’77, JD ’96 Mrs. Judith Ganson Shaw ’60 Mr. Walter F. Shea ’75

Mr. Allen C. Sherman ’76, ’99 Dr. Augustine Silveira, Jr. ’57, HD ’75 Mr. Louis Silverstein Mrs. Stephanie R. Silvia ’03 Mr. Edward R. Sisson ’93 Mr. Michael Sitarz ’72 Ms. Corinne M. Slaughter ’06 Mr. David A. Sluter ’75 Mr. Christopher Smallis, MBA ’84 Mr. James J. Soares ’66 Sodexho, Inc. Anna M. Sorgi, Esq., JD ’95 Sorgi & Minichiello, LLP Ms. Patricia A. Spellman ’92 Ms. Cathleen N. Spiegel ’75 Mr. Gregory Spiker ’77 Dr. James A. Stahley ’62 State Street Corporation Mr. Alexander J. Stevenson ’78 Dr. Richard D. Stone ’68 Mrs. Dawn Stopka ’77 Mr. John R. Stratford ’54 Mr. George W. Sullivan Ms. Nancy L. Sullivan Ms. Irene M. Sundquist ’86 Mr. Ryan C. Surprenant ’03 Mr. Stephen A. Susko, MBA ’97 Swansea Patrolmans Association Mr. Lester M. Sydney ’08 Mrs. Doreen M. Sylvia Hutchinson, MBA ’88 Mr. Edward W. ’59 and Mrs. Sandra S. Sylvia Mr. Paul E. Sylvia ’74 and Mrs. Mary L. Francis-Sylvia ’77 Attorney William J. Synnott Mr. Gustav H. Szabo ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Szala Mr. Michael L. Szydlowski ’64 Mr. Roger P. Tache ’80 Mrs. Mary E. Tamosaitis Mr. Donald F. Taylor ’54 Team Brute Force Teamsters Local Union No. 59 Mr. Antonio A. Teixeira ’78 Third Generation Enterprises, Inc. Mr. Jay W. Thomas, MBA ’91 Mr. John Thornhill, Jr. ’58 Mr. Scott D. Tingle ’87 Ms. Elaine M. Tisdale ’09 Towne House Tremblay’s Bus Company, LLC Mr. Stephen S. Trond ’55 Mr. Mark Truelson ’83 Ms. Chiung-Hsin Tsao, MBA ’04 Mrs. Sheila K. Tully ’87 Turner, Inc. Dr. Ann M. Varna Garis

Mr. Harvey D. ’69 and Mrs. Theresa M. Varnet ’75 Mrs. Claudette B. Veary ’69 Mr. Leonard R. ’73, MS ’80 and Mrs. Dawn C. Ventura ’72 Venus de Milo Verizon Vermont Information Processing, Inc. Mr. Joseph D. Verri ’92 Ms. Dolores L. Vieira, MS ’05 Mr. Paul L. Vigeant ’74 Mr. Gary W. Vincent ’81 Vincent Performance Services Ms. Cathy Ann Viveiros Ms. Emily G. Vongal W.B. Mason Company, Inc. Mrs. Gloria J. Walczak Ms. Diane J. Walder ’73 Mrs. Sarah F. Walker Ms. Patricia Walsh Mr. Richard D. Walsh ’76 Mr. Steven Walters Mr. Richard J. Ward Mr. Timothy J. Ward Mr. Richard E. Ware ’74 Wareham Nurse-Midwives, P.C. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Waring ’80 Ms. Susan Warren ’76 Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Ms. Nicole L. Weeden ’96 Mr. Jeffrey Weissman ’72 Mrs. Pamela J. Welch Ms. Lorna A. Welding ’79 Mr. J. Charles West ’78 Mrs. Stephanie F. Westell Westerly Community Credit Union Mr. John S. Whitaker ’82 Ms. Patricia J. Whitaker ’73 Ms. Catherine White Mrs. Judith G. White White’s of Westport Mr. John F. Whiteside ’52 Mrs. Virginia F. Wilkens ’82 Mr. Allen D. Williams, MS ’82 Williams Distributing Corporation Myron and Marion Wilner Mrs. Theresa A. Winsor ’73 Reverend Frank E. Wismer III ’70 Mr. Francis B. Wobecky ’42 Mr. Malcolm D. Woodward III ’78 Wright Wisner Distributing Corporation Mr. Xiong Xiaoxiong, MS ’86 Ms. Congfeng Yang, MS ’98 Mr. Larry W. Yetter, Jr. and Mrs. Bonnie S. Yetter ’99 Chancellor Professor Melvin B. and Mrs. Cynthia S. Yoken Mrs. Joyce L. Youngberg ’68

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u n i v e r s i t y o f m a s s ac h u s e t t s da rt m o u t h Dr. Donald L. Zekan Mr. Michael J. Zeman Mr. Jinyuan Zhou, MS ’91 Dr. Rosemary A. Zurawel ’73 Mr. Dirk A. Zwart ’77 Contributor

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2M Engineering & Construction Mr. Magnus Aadland ’76 Mr. Gary N. Adams ’84 Mr. Manuel T. Aguiar ’71 Ms. Cristina Mello Ajemian ’70, MS ’78 Mr. Gary R. ’76 and Mrs. Louise A. Alaownis ’76 Mr. Eugene F. Allen, MFA ’87 Mr. Nadilio D. Almeida ’66 Ms. Donna Marie Amaral Ms. Wanda Anderson Ms. Evelize S. Andrade ’06 Mr. Israel I. Anifowose ’10 Anonymous Professor Godwin C. Ariguzo Mr. John D. Arsenault ’78

Mrs. Janice G. Barney ’79 Ms. Susan J. Barrett ’81 Ms. Linda Barron Ms. Kerry L. Bauer ’04 Mr. Nathaniel M. Beale ’77 Ms. Bernadette M. Beaulieu ’73 Mrs. Carolyn M. Beaulieu ’65 Ms. Mary M. Beckwith Ms. Carrie Bell Ms. Beverly A. Belli ’85 Mrs. Carolyn S. Bendiksen Ms. Aindrea K. Benduzek ’09 Mr. Manuel Benevides ’81 Ms. Lovellia Benjamin Mr. Everett H. Bennett ’56 Ms. Denise Benoit ’83 David J. Berger, Esq., JD ’95 Professor Heidi M. Berggren Mr. Stephen G. Bernardo Ms. Maxine Bernstein Ms. Myra R. Besen ’75 Mr. Justin Walter Betley ’09 Mr. Bradford R. Bibeau ’77 Mr. George A. Bishop III ’60 Reverend Karl C. Bissinger ’98

Nelson Linhares ’99, MBA ’02, gathered with wife, Michelle and daughter, Mia at the Star Store before going to Family Holiday Pops at the Z.

Mrs. Ann Aschiero Ms. Margaret R. Ashton Mr. Michael K. ’93 and Mrs. Jennifer L. Ashworth ’93 Ms. Patricia A. Ashworth ’75 Mr. Charles Auclair Auclair Funeral Home, Inc. Mr. Normand G. Audette ’72 Ms. Jane N. Aulisio ’70 Ms. Jodi M. Aurelio ’94 Mrs. Trudy B. Avery Mr. Thomas E. Babington ’85 Dr. and Mrs. Paul W. Bacdayan Ms. Virginia K. Baker Ms. Vicki Abbott Bancroft, MA ’03 Mr. Jeffrey T. Bandini ’05 Mr. Kenneth W. Barclay ’65 UMass

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Mr. Gregory O. Bliss Patricia Bloom-McDonald, Esq., JD ’02 Law Offices of Patricia Bloom-McDonald Mr. Gerald R. Blumenthal ’71 Mr. Richard J. Boehler ’69 John and Eileen Bok Mr. Jesse C. Bonnell ’07 Ms. Joanne Borges Mr. Paul A. Borkman ’60 Mr. Frank V. Botelho ’66 Mr. John A. Botelho ’77, MS ’81 Ms. Bryony C. Bouyer ’86 Mr. Kevin P. Bowen, MS ’03 Ms. Mary L. Bowen ’82 Mr. Christopher F. Boyle ’05

Mr. Robert E. Brady Mrs. Jayne Brady Prescott ’79 Ms. Sheila J. Braley ’08 Mrs. Shirley M. Bramante ’72 Ms. Mary Louise Braney Mrs. Sandra B. Bravo ’78 Mrs. Patricia L. Brett Mr. David A. Bridgwood ’78 Ms. Maria D. Brigida-Gil ’80 Ms. Nancy M. Briss ’77 Bristol County Plumbing & Gas Inspectors Association Mr. Patrick M. Brogan ’77 Mr. William H. Brough ’81 Attorney Clement Brown ’72 Mr. and Mrs. Norman R. Buck Mr. Leonard E. Burgmyer ’69 Ms. Phebe C. Burnham Mrs. Suzanne M. Burns Mr. Richard Bussiere ’77 Ms. Patricia A. Butterworth Mrs. Geraldine Butz Mr. Gabriel Cabral ’85 Mr. John E. Cadorette ’86 Dr. Wayne J. Camara ’78 Ms. Sally C. Cameron, MA ’91 Mr. Jason S. Campbell ’90 Mr. Kevin C. Carando ’90 Mr. Augusto R. Cardoso ’81 Mr. Thomas Cartin ’88 Mr. Richard A. Casano ’71 Ms. Veronica A. Casey, MBA ’92 Mrs. Jane Cash, MFA ’74 Ms. Mary C. Cassidy ’77 Jose S. Castelo Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. Wayne F. Caswell ’82 Mrs. Joy I. Cawley ’83 Ms. Betsie Chacko Chadwicks’ Awards Mr. William D. Chamberlain ’71 Mr. Robert Chambers ’82 Ms. Lindsey A. Chaves ’09 Mrs. Sherry M. Chaves Thomas Chew Memorial Boys & Girls Club, Inc. Chancellor Professor John A. Chopoorian The Chubb Corporation Mr. Neil T. Churchill ’81 Mr. Douglas G. Clarke ’70 Mr. Stephen P. Colella ’09 Mr. Gregg M. Comeau ’94 Mrs. Betsy Dillingham Cook ’83 Mr. Christopher B. Cooney ’90 Mr. William P. Coots ’72 Ms. Meredith W. Cornell ’65 Mr. Robert F. ’73 and Mrs. Theresa Costa ’67 Mr. Robert M. Costa ’01

Mr. Thomas F. Costa ’85 Mr. William J. Cote, MS ’73 Mr. James E. ’84, ’88 and Mrs. Laura L. Coughlin ’84 Professor Alden W. Counsell ’42 Mr. Eugene L. Courteau ’84 Mr. Gerald S. Coutinho ’70 Mr. Paul J. ’04 and Mrs. Lisa P. Couto ’92 Mr. David A. Craveiro ’68 Mr. William C. ’83 and Mrs. Jill J. Crooker ’86 Mr. Gary W. Crowley ’77 Ms. Roberta Louise Culbert-Costley ’06 Mr. Carlos A. DaCunha ’87 Mr. Daniel Dalphonse Ms. Maria J. DeSousa D’Alu ’71 Mr. Michael J. D’Alu ’70 Mrs. Melissa M. Danforth ’93 Ms. Ruth T. Davis ’78 Ms. Ana P. DeBarros ’88 Ms. Michelle F. DeBest, MS ’97 Mr. Dennis J. De Jesus Ms. Paula DeMelo Dr. Daniel B. DeOliveira ’93 Ms. Debora J. DePaola ’74 Mr. Marc W. ’84 and Mrs. Mary E. Desroches ’86 Mr. Robert D. Desrosiers Ms. Sara L. Dickson ’85 Ms. Lisa A. Dimatteo Mrs. Barbara Dion ’75 Mr. Paul A. ’73 and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Dion ’69, MS ’80 Mr. Nathan Jay DiPerri ’07 Ms. Rebecca L. Dobbs, MA ’02 Ms. Jane E. Doherty ’87 Dominican Sisters of Hope Dominion Foundation Matching Gift Program Mr. Jim Dorris Ms. Maureen A. Dorsey ’83 Mr. James A. Doucet ’55 Mrs. Carol Doyle ’80 Mr. Arthur L. Duarte Ms. Paula M. Duarte ’90 Mr. George G. Dudley ’80 Ms. Moira H. Duffy ’08 Mrs. Rachel J. Dunham Ms. Kathryn Hagan Dupree Durfee Buffinton Insurance Agency, Inc. Durfee Street Auto Sales, Inc. Ms. Helen J. Duryea ’79 Mr. Thomas E. Duval ’73 Ms. Katrina M. Dwyer ’80 Eaton Corporation Mrs. Anastasia Eliopoulos


a n n ua l g i v i n g Mrs. Patricia A. Ellis ’86 Ms. Tamara E. Endich ’09 Dean Susan Engelkemeyer Mr. David L. Erickson, MBA ’86 F.P.S. Mr. Xiaolong Fang, MS ’96 Mrs. Linda M. Faria Mr. Scott C. ’83 and Mrs. Sandra E. Faulkner ’83 Ms. Mary A. Federico ’07, MS ’10 Mr. Matthew Feinberg Mrs. Catalina P. Felix-Angeles, MS ’06 Mr. Bruce E. Fernandes ’81 Mr. Joseph Fernandes ’71 Mr. Daniel E. Ferreira ’79 Ms. M. Conceicao Ferreira, MA ’77 Ms. Marie T. Field ’76 Ms. Phyllis J. Figueiredo ’87 Ms. Deborah Finn Mr. Paul C. Fioretti Mr. William Fitzgerald Mrs. Mary Flanagan Ms. Martha B. Flanigan ’78 Mrs. Nancy L. Foley Mrs. Janine L. Fontaine ’77, MS ’07 Mrs. Faith B. Ford ’42 Mr. Roger H. Fortier ’78 Mr. James T. Fox ’84 Mr. Michael R. Francoeur ’76 Dr. Janet L. Freedman Mr. Kevin E. Friary Mrs. Elizabeth Frias ’03 Mr. Gary A. Friedman ’80 Friends of UMD SouthCoast Compeer Mr. Donald W. Frye, Jr. ’87 Mr. John E. Furtado ’68 Mr. Robert W. Gagne ’54 Mr. Donald M. Gale ’79, MBA ’88 Mr. Paul R. Gallant ’76 Mr. Ronald M. Gamache ’74 Mr. Stephen F. Gardiner ’74 Mr. David F. Gauthier ’83 Mr. Michael G. Gauthier Mr. Claus H. Geisslinger ’94 Mrs. Diane L. Gendron ’83 General Dynamics Match Company Ms. Karen A. Geraci ’83 Mr. Andrew Jonathan Getto ’09 Ms. Pamela Giannatsis Mr. Lawrence E. Gisetto ’74 Ms. Judith A. Giusti, MAT ’99 Ms. Leslie J. Glines-Jones Mr. John J. Gobell ’73 Ms. Julia R. Golden ’06 Ms. Carol P. Gomes ’90, MS ’92 Mrs. Margaret T. Goslin ’72 Ms. Jessica L. Goveny ’09

Ms. Alice E. Gracie Ms. Terry J. Graninger ’88 Mrs. Rose M. Grant ’71, MS ’79 Mr. Paul J. Grebla ’69 Ms. Karmen A. Grech Ms. Ruth A. Griffin Ms. Barbara J. Grunkemeyer, MBA ’87 Mrs. Cheryl A. Guerra ’80 Ms. Susan C. Gurganious ’68 Mr. David P. ’91 and Mrs. Christine M. Hack ’90 Mr. Sean J. Hagan ’98 Mr. William E. Hall, Jr. ’65 Mr. John F. Halloran ’79 Mrs. Diane B. Halstead ’71 Ms. Geraldine Mary Hamel, MS ’10 Ms. Beth Ann Hamlet, MBA ’08 John Hancock Mutual Life Mr. J. Michael Hannon ’62 Mr. Philip Harding ’92 Ms. Heidi J. Harribine ’09 Mr. James W. Harrison ’58 Hartford Distributors, Inc. Ms. Ruth K. Hartz Ms. Jeanne Haser Lafond Ms. Julie E. Hayden ’77 Mrs. Elaine G. Hayes Mrs. Rosemary A. Healy Mrs. Susan N. Healy Mr. Karl D. ’82 and Mrs. Susan A. Hetzler ’82 Ms. June E. Hogan ’10 Kimberly A. Hogan, Esq., JD ’98 Mr. John C. Holland ’84 Professor Memory A. Holloway Mr. Donald P. Horn ’59 Mr. Raymond J. Houtman ’78 Mr. Gary P. Howayeck ’90 Mrs. Megan G. Hoye, MA ’97 Mr. Robert P. Huff ’73 Ms. Denise Hurley Mr. Scott Hutchens ’92 Mr. Warren L. Ide ’75 Fetchner Jadotte, Esq., JD ’07 Mr. Michael T. Jamgochian ’65 Mr. Mark E. Jenkins ’84 Dr. Shannon L. Jenkins Mrs. Barbara J. Jennings Mr. David Jennings Mr. David A. Jennings ’76 Mrs. Susan Jennings-Reposa Mr. Eric Jermyn ’92 Ms. Caroll Jerusik Mrs. Barbara A. Johnson ’75 Mrs. Nancy K. Johnson Mr. Eric Jordan Mrs. Linda A. Kaldeck ’69 Mr. Donald R. Kamienski ’60

Ms. Lynne K. Kane Mr. Thomas H. Kannally, Jr. ’79 Mrs. Nancy C. Keane ’65 Ms. Virginia Keating Mr. Kevin Kelly ’05 Mr. Curtis Kittelson Mr. Jonathan P. Klaren ’94 Mrs. Cheryl A. Kleva Mr. Anthony R. Knight ’93 Mr. Kevin A. Koffink ’85 Mr. Kevin J. Kolek ’89 Ms. Anna Koley ’10 Mr. Leonard V. Konarski ’74 Mr. Ronald M. Koontz, MBA ’93 Ms. Cynthia Kosinski ’82 Ms. Geraldine Koss Ms. Michelle LaFrance Mr. Paul R. Lagasse ’86 Mr. Joseph P. Lala, MBA ’88 Mr. James J. Lally ’78, MBA ’83 Mr. John D. Lamb ’91 Mr. Matthew Peter Lambert ’09 Mr. Norman J. Lamontagne, Jr. ’73 and Mrs. Mary Ann Lamontagne ’01

Ms. Joan Lawless Mr. Frank J. Lawrence ’67 Mr. Joseph M. Lazarz, Jr. ’84 Mrs. Margaret D. Leal Mr. Denis Leclerc Ms. Amy L. Leduc ’78 Dr. Xiaobing Lee Mr. Richard J. Legan ’02 Mrs. Denise Legee ’82 Mr. Paul G. ’03 and Mrs. Ines S. Leite ’03 Mr. Michael Joseph Lenzuolo ’10 Mr. Paul LePage ’67 Mrs. Palmina Levesque ’87 Mr. Gerald P. Lewis ’58 Mr. Stephen J. Liuzzi ’84 Stephen J. Liuzzi Construction Corporation Ms. Nanette Defeo Longley ’76 Mr. Gennaro R. Lopriore ’56 Ms. Norma J. Lord ’08 Mrs. Kelly M. Lowell Mr. Paul A. Lundahl ’61 Mr. Christopher L. Lynch Mr. Michael T. Lynch

Foster, Shea, Kaisa Holloway Cripps ’06, MBA ’10, and Terry Cripps decorated cookies at the Star Store before going to the New Bedford Holiday Pops.

Land and Estate, LLC Lane Design, Inc. Mr. William H. Lane ’78 Mr. Daniel M. ’74 and Mrs. Leona M. La Perriere ’73 Mr. Peter R. Larkin ’07 Mr. Robert J. LaRochelle ’78 Mr. Maurice N. ’67 and Mrs. Susan J. Larrivee ’67 Judge Elizabeth LaStaiti and Rev. Dr. Edward R. Dufresne Mr. Edward R. Lavagnino ’52 Ms. Kathleen A. Lavasseur Mr. Marc G. Laverdiere ’80 Mr. Robert M. Lavery ’70 Mr. Bruce S. Lavoie ’98 Mr. Robert G. Lavoie ’63

Ms. Nancy J. Lynch Ms. Mary P. Lyons Mrs. Mary K. MacDonald ’79 Mr. Mark W. Machado ’85 Ms. Teresa Magina The Maids Home Services Mr. Gary R. ’77 and Mrs. Deborah C. Magoon ’77 Mr. Kevin G. Mahoney ’86 Mrs. Donna M. Malliaros ’78 Mr. Michael S. Manchester ’67 Mr. Nathan W. Mangelson ’03, ’06 Ms. Risha H. Margolis ’69 Mrs. Norma L. Markey ’54 Ms. Joan Martel ’72 Mr. John E. Martin Ms. Pamela Martin

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u n i v e r s i t y o f m a s s ac h u s e t t s da rt m o u t h Mr. Paul A. Martin ’84 Mr. Raymond N. Martin ’59 Mr. Paul G. Martins ’78, MBA ’82 Ms. Eileen Jean Marum, MPP ’09 Mr. Joseph G. Mathieu ’48 Mr. Ray Mathieu Mr. Thomas E. Matthews ’74 Ms. Honora S. McDonough Ms. Rachel J. McGourthy, MS ’98 Mrs. Catherine McGrail-Williams ’94 Mrs. Barbara L. McGrath Spencer ’76 Mr. Thomas A. McHugh ’85 Mr. John S. McKenzie ’75 Ms. Nicole May McLernon ’09 Mr. Ian Mead Ms. Joan M. Medeiros ’90 Ms. Michelle Mellace Mrs. Susan C. Mellace ’77 Mr. Philip W. Mello ’75 Mr. Michael ’77 and Mrs. Rachelle L. Meredith ’75 Mr. James C. Miczek ’76 Ms. Julia M. Miller ’89, MA ’93 Mrs. Rose M. Miller ’84 Mr. Kenneth B. Millett ’69 Mr. David ’77 and Mrs. Erin A. Minior ’79 Mr. James G. Mirageas ’92 James Mirageas Company, Inc. Mrs. Patricia M. Mitchell ’77 Mrs. Loretta Moniz Ms. Rachel Moore Mrs. Stephanie Moran Mrs. M. Teresa Mozaz ’94 Mr. James M. Mumma III, MBA ’97 Ms. Kelly A. Murphy, MS ’94 Dr. Daniel J. Murphy ’60 Mr. Michael D. Murphy ’78 Ms. Gina M. Muscato ’00 Mr. Edward M. Musmon ’81 Mr. Ronald V. Nadeau ’72 Mr. Roy M. Nascimento ’94 National Beer Wholesalers Association Mr. Mark A. Nault ’95 Mrs. Barbara L. Nay ’78 Mr. Hugh J. Neenan ’78 Mr. Curtis W. Nelson ’89 Mr. Norman Nevins ’60 New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce Ms. Candace A. Nichols ’83 Mrs. Susan B. Nicolau ’86 Mr. Donald G. ’84 and Mrs. Sharon Nikosey ’83 Mr. Emmanuel Normant Ms. Lynne M. O’Brien ’80 Attorney Marion P. O’Brien Mr. Daniel C. O’Connell ’64

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Ms. Jane B. O’Connell Ms. Joyce O’Connor Ms. Linda ODonnell Mrs. Kathleen S. O’Donoghue Ms. Stephanie O’Hara Mr. William L. O’Hare ’61 Professor Rita H. O’Neill Mrs. Deborah A. Osuch, MS ’04 Mr. Robert Otoski Mr. William M. Pacheco ’89 Mrs. Melinda Paine-Dupont ’85 Ms. Diane M. Palermo ’81 Ms. Bethanne Palmerino Mr. Christopher R. Paradis ’08 Mr. Michael J. Parisi ’79 Mrs. Jane G. Parker Parmy’s, LLC Mrs. Mary M. Pasquale ’89 Ms. Carolyn Pearson ’79 Mr. Peter L. Pederzani ’78 Ms. Jean Pegg ’78 Mrs. Lisa A. Pelletier ’83 Mr. Peter Pelletier Mrs. Doris V. Penler Mr. Kenneth G. ’81 and Mrs. Dorothy M. Pentheny ’80 Mr. Brian L. Pepin ’81 Mr. Richard L. Pepin ’83 Ms. Catherine M. Pereira, MS ’99 Ms. Maria C. Pereira ’85 Ms. Nancy M. Peresta ’83 Mrs. Florinda Perez Mr. Thomas R., MS ’77 and Mrs. Lynda M. Perkins ’69 Ms. Sharon Pero, MS ’94 Mrs. Doris C. Perry Mr. Norman W. Peterson ’88 Mr. Mitchell S. ’99, MAT ’07 and Mrs. Suzanne G. Pettey ’79 Pfizer, Inc. Ms. Linda Miranda Phillips ’69 Ms. Banh Phoung Ngoc Phoung Mr. Matthew S. Pichette ’88 Mr. Russell Pichette, Jr. ’75 Mr. David Kendall Pierce, MS ’95 Mr. Donald I. Pierce, Jr. ’53 Mr. Richard H. Pierce ’64 Mr. Gerald F. Pietruska ’67, MS ’80 Ms. Catia Pina ’06 Mr. Edward E. Place, Jr. ’70 Mr. Roland M. Place ’63 Mrs. Gina M. Placek Mr. John M. Plourde ’64 Ms. Joan N. Pontius ’78 Mr. Paul M. Potvin ’04 Ms. Pamela W. Prescott, MBA ’85 Mrs. Catherine A. Raker ’89 Mr. Luis M. Raposo ’83

Mrs. Rita T. Raymond Mr. Christopher Ready ’92 Ms. Estella I. Rebeiro ’75 Ms. Dolores A. Rebello Reebok Foundation Mr. William T. Reid ’87 Ms. Esmeralda Reis Ms. Joan M. Remmes ’02 Mr. David M. Resendes ’97 Mr. Jeffrey W. Rhodes ’73 Mr. Kevin R. Ribeiro ’00 Mr. Arthur Richard Mr. Warren N. Richardson ’76 Dr. Harold F. Riley ’37 Neil L. Ringler, D.D.S. Mr. Ronald H. Robertson, Jr. ’80 Ms. Charlene M. Robillard ’78, MBA ’91 Mr. John G. Rocha ’52 Mr. Joshua J. Roderiques ’09 Ms. Marda Rodriguez Mrs. Donna M. Rogers ’81 Mr. Edwin A. Rogers ’60 Mr. George D. Rogers, Jr. ’61 Ms. Susan K. Rogers Mr. David A. ’95 and Mrs. Monique S. Rose ’94 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Rose Mrs. Karen A. Rose ’82 Ms. Debra L. Rosenthal ’77 Mrs. Ashley Elizabeth Rotella ’07 Mr. Stan Rottell Ms. Cathleen M. Roughan ’81 Ms. Susan B. Rowe ’01 Dr. John J. Russell Salem Metal Fabricators, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sammons Mr. Alex W. Samoiloff ’09 Ms. Koreen A. Santos Santos & Santos, PC Mr. and Mrs. Mario Saojoao M. Sardinha & Sons Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Ms. Paula A. Saunders ’74 Mrs. Diane Scheffler ’84 Ms. Donna A. Schenkel ’74 Committee to Elect Paul Schmid Mrs. Jean M. Schneider ’76 Mr. Gilbert N. Schofield ’51 Mr. Robert B. Scholz ’04 Mrs. Sandra M. Schutt ’82 Mr. Ronald J. Scopelliti ’96 Ms. Jennifer A. Sears ’92 Mrs. Elise M. Servant ’73 Mrs. Kristen Sethares ’87 Ms. Eileen Wheeler Sheehan Mr. Andrew J. Sherry, MS ’78 Mr. Kevin S. Silva ’99 Mr. Raymond K. Silveira ’50

Mrs. Diane M. Silvia ’86 Ms. Kimberly A. Silvia ’07 Mr. Dimitrios P. Simopoulos ’02 Mr. Marcel J. Sirois ’90 Ms. Marion Slade Mrs. Deborah C. Smith ’95 Mr. Edward D. Smith ’94 Professor Emeritus J. Donald Smith Mrs. Sylvia M. Smith ’89 Mr. Ronald A. Soares ’70 and Ms. Claudia A. Angelo Soares ’73 Mr. Paul Souza ’75 Ms. Karen A. Sowa ’78 Ms. Susan Doran Spence ’88 Thomas Spence III Mr. Henry L. Spingler ’68 Mr. Donald Stebenne ’76 Mr. Theodore R. Steliga ’78 Ms. Lucy L. Stewart, MFA ’94 Mr. Steven M. Strandberg ’88 Mrs. Kathy S. Stratton Mr. Dennis R. Streeter ’87 Strom Engineering Ms. Sarah Walcott Stubbs ’90 Subway Dartmouth, Inc. Mr. David J. Sullivan ’03 Mrs. Ellie Sullivan ’78 Mr. James Sullivan Mr. John M. Sullivan ’81 Ms. Denise M. Tailby, MS ’01 Ms. Kathleen Tamburri Mr. Paul E. Taylor ’84 Ms. Theresa D. Taylor ’81 Ms. Janice Mary Testagrossa ’75 Mr. Paul E. Theberge ’58 Ms. Linda A. Thivierge ’82 Mrs. Katherine E. Thomas Mr. Peter J. Thomas Mrs. Robin L. Thorpe ’94 Mr. James E. Throne ’76 Ms. Catherine Thurbide Tifereth Israel Congregation Mr. Nathan L. Tracy ’82 Mrs. Lorraine A. Travers ’75 Ms. Terri Lyn Travers ’94 Mr. Martin E. Treadup ’64 Mrs. Carrie L. Tremko ’79 Mr. William L. Trepanier ’83, MBA ’97 Dr. Albin F. ’51 and Mrs. Irene J. Turbak ’51 Mr. John H. Turbak ’79 Mrs. Gayle Prince Turner ’73 Dr. Jeffrey E. Twarog ’70 UFCW a VOICE for Working America The University Society of Providence Mr. James R. Valdes ’74 Mr. Maurice E. Valois ’69


a n n ua l g i v i n g Mrs. Jean M. Van Doren ’77 Mr. Jack P. Vaz ’86, ’88 Mrs. Carol H. Vedrody ’70 Velcea MD. PC Mrs. Sally Ann Ventura ’86 Mrs. Lisa M. Vickers ’89 Mr. Peter M. Vien ’70 Mr. Jason M. Vining ’98 Mr. Stephen M. Volkmann ’90 and Ms. Judith Araujo Volkmann ’91, ’92 Mr. Christopher P. Vorderer ’85 Mr. Ronald E. ’86, MFA ’90 and Mrs. Laurice J. Waclawik ’78 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Wagner, Jr. Mr. Daniel A. Walsh ’80 Ms. Mary Ann Walsh Mrs. Nancy A. Walsh-Sayles ’98 Mr. Duncan C. Warden ’79 Mr. Richard C. Waring ’69 Ms. Patricia A. Welsh ’73 Ms. Lori A. Whelan ’85 Mrs. Christine P. White ’97 Mrs. Glynelle E. White ’98, MS ’07 Mr. Francis P. Whitsitt-Lynch ’85, ’86 Mr. Maurice Wiernicki ’81 Mr. James F. Wilcox III ’91 Mr. Francis P. Wilson ’62 Mr. Stephen W. Wong ’92 Mr. Walter J. Wordell ’60 Ms. Karen M. Wright ’80 Mr. Karl R. Youkstetter ’88 Mr. Jeffrey P. Young ’03 Your Theatre, Inc. Ms. Elizabeth A. Zelski ’73 Ms. Cheryl Zeppenfeld Ms. Kathleen J. Zieman ’10 Mrs. Jan R. Ziter ’77 Friend Ms. Patricia A. Abdallah ’68 Mrs. Lynne F. Adams ’86 Aetna Foundation Dr. Rahim Aghai ’06 Mr. Arnold H. Ahlquist Mr. and Mrs. W. Michael Ailes Mr. Joseph Ainley Mr. Richard Ainsworth ’54 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Albanese Mr. Gary Michael Albert ’07 Ms. Cecilia K. Alkalay Mr. William L. Alley Mrs. Victoria M. Allison ’71 Mrs. Suzanne M. Allore, MS ’10 Ms. Jennifer Almeida ’00 Mr. Michael J. Almeida ’76 Mrs. Jocelyn Almy-Testa ’98

Mr. Steven Alves ’79 Mrs. Lara E. Amaral ’91 Mrs. Maria L. Anastacio ’77 Ms. Felicia A. Andrade ’09, MBA ’11 Ms. Antonina Angus ’82 Mr. Michael E. ’81 and Mrs. Nancy A. Annunziato ’82 Anonymous Mr. Mark S. Antonucci ’88 Ms. Pamela Aranov ’75 Ms. Teresa Gove Arnold Ms. Paula M. Arruda Ms. Aimee M. Arsenian ’07 Mr. Adrian Glen Ashman ’09 Mr. Brian Mathew Ashmankas ’09 Mrs. Amber J. Ashton ’93 Ms. Hope Atkinson Ms. Kathleen S. Audette ’91 Mr. Scott J. August ’92 Ms. Diane Marie Avelar, MA ’10 Mrs. Maureen F. Avila Mrs. Lorraine M. Azar ’71 Mr. Richard A. Bachand Ms. Jenni Brianne Baker, MA ’09 Mr. John M. Bandarra, Jr. Ms. Estelle M. Banks ’91 Ms. Sharon L. Baptiste ’74 Mr. Michael J. Barber Mrs. Linda Dailey Barbo Mr. Mario J. Barbosa ’77 Mr. Michael S. Bare ’84 Mr. George H. Barlow ’77 Mrs. Patricia A. Barrow ’77 Professor Emeritus Robert E. Barry Mr. Joseph John Basista Mr. Thomas A. Beal ’86 Mr. Dennis E. Beals ’69 Ms. Kathryn T. Beals ’08 Ms. Cynthia A. Beaty ’82 Mr. William H. Beaudry ’75, MS ’77 Mrs. Kathryn A. Bednarz ’71 Ms. Ann Marie Belanger ’92 Mrs. Barbara E. Belanger ’77 Mr. Ronald Belanger Mr. Michael J. Benoit ’84 Ms. Joanne Benshoff, MA ’94 Mrs. Keri-Ann Benson ’00 Mr. Richard H. Bergman ’71 Mrs. Barbara Bernard ’78 Mr. Conrad O. Bernier ’98, ’00 Mr. A. Robert Bernstein ’53 Mr. George A. Berube ’71 Mr. Joseph Berube ’57 Ms. Donna M. Biscari ’71 Mr. Louis J. Bitar ’62 Mr. Andrew C. Bjornson ’78 Miss Cheryl A. Blackburn ’05 Mrs. Bethany L. Bland ’73 Ms. Diane C. Bleakney

Mr. Richard A. Bleakney Mr. Paul Bochman Ms. Sandra J. Bogel ’77 Mrs. Kimberly A. Boiros ’10 Mr. James D. Bolton ’74 Ms. Roberta A. Bonifacio ’83 Ms. Elaine Bonsant Ms. Susan M. Bonvouloir ’85 Mrs. Karen M. Booth ’84 Mr. Jeffrey P. Bosworth ’88 Mr. Michael E. Botieri ’81 Ms. Nicole R. Boudria ’98, MA ’00 Mrs. Anne L. Boulay Mr. Charles F. Boulay ’78 Ms. Janice R. Bowen Ms. Susan Boyajian ’97 Mrs. Sheri A. Braga ’95 Mrs. Nancy S. Brandon ’85 Mr. John H. Braun ’74 Mr. Gabriel C. Brazao ’69 Ms. Francine M. Breault ’71 Mr. Paul C. Briggs ’82 Mr. James H. Brightman ’90 Ms. Lillian C. Brisebois ’70 Mr. Charles V. Brock Ms. Jane T. Brooks, MS ’96 Mr. Leonard V. Brophy, Jr. ’78 Mr. Alan L. Brown Mr. Benjamin D. Brown ’09 Ms. Kathleen M. Brown ’68 Mr. Robert M. Brown, Jr. ’59 Mr. Timothy Brown Ms. Virginia Brown Mr. Robert N. Brunelle ’96, MA ’00 Mr. Anthime E. Brunette ’71 Mr. Potter R. Buchanan ’10 Ms. Susan Buchanan Mr. Devon J. Bucharelli ’10 Building Medics, Inc. Mrs. Louise M. Bulhoes ’88 Ms. Susan Bumpus ’84 Mr. Joseph J. Burke, Jr. ’67 Ms. Meghan Burke ’10 Ms. Anne E. Burkholder Mrs. Donna L. Burns ’77 Ms. Julie A. Bursey Ms. Ann M. Butterfield ’75 Ms. Laurie J. Butts Ms. Cynthia Byrne Mr. Eugene V. Byron ’59 Mr. Gary I. Cabral ’76 Mr. Joseph T. Cabral, Jr. ’77 Mrs. Therese A. Cabral ’77 Mrs. Alice I. Cadema Mr. Thomas H. Cadieux ’77 Mr. Cornelius Cahill ’61 Mr. Kenneth Call Ms. Cheryl A. Calore ’10 Ms. Dilia L. Camara ’96

Ms. Lori Ann M. Camara ’10 Mrs. Sonya A. Capuano ’85, MBA ’91 Ms. Julianne M. Cardinali Mrs. Ann M. Cardoza-Askew ’88 Mr. William J. Cardozo ’74 Ms. Miranda Marie Cardullo ’10 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cariani Mrs. Kristy L. Carlson ’99 Mr. Jackson L. Carneiro ’94 Mrs. Sandra Rodriques Carpenter ’91, ’92 Mr. Kenneth R. Carrier ’67 Ms. Jennifer Carrita Mr. Sean Thomas Cartin ’10 Ms. Sandra M. Carvalho ’95 Ms. Ida Case Ms. Nancy Weaver Cassidy Ms. Anne D. Castner Ms. Dianne M. Cella ’75, MS ’07 Mr. Gregory R. Chambers ’10 Mr. David M. Chapman and Mrs. Nancy Starr Chapman ’80 Mr. Kieran J. Chapman ’71 Mr. Brian D. Charron ’00 Mr. Eric R. Chartier ’87 Ms. Eileen Chase Mrs. Nancy J. Childs ’73 Ms. Kassandra Lee Christiansen ’09 Mr. Marc D. Ciminello ’84 Ms. Carolyn R. Clark ’80, ’88 Ms. Susan A. Clarke ’01 Mrs. Diane M. Clausen Mr. Herbert J. Clifford ’76 Clifford Marketing Mr. Delmar Dexter Clough ’57 Mr. Craig ’71 and Mrs. Katherine Coggeshall Ms. Bertha M. Coleman Ms. Mary E. Colgan ’79 Mr. George A. Collard ’91 Ms. Barbara R. Connolly, MS ’98 Ms. Alba N. Contreras ’10 Mr. Michael F. Conway ’79 Ms. Jennifer L. Corey Mr. Victor A. Correia ’89 Ms. Lisa S. Cory ’86 Mr. Gilbert J. Costa, Jr. ’79 Mr. Mark Costa ’08 Mr. Scott W. Costa ’78 Mr. William Costa ’94 Mr. Edward R. Cote ’66 Mr. Richard H. ’76 and Mrs. Christine F. Cote ’71 Cottage Antiques Mrs. Margot W. Cottrell ’72 Mr. Pedro L. Coutinho ’04 Mrs. Roberta J. Couto ’80 Ms. Robin A. Couto Ms. Maria N. Coyne

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u n i v e r s i t y o f m a s s ac h u s e t t s da rt m o u t h Mr. Steven H. Crain Ms. Linda F. Craven Mr. Joseph R. Crimmins, Jr. ’81 Mr. David L. Critchley ’74 Ms. Cheryl Crossley-Valcourt O’Brien-Simmons ’82 Ms. Jane A. Crowley Mr. Peter Crowley III ’84 and Mrs. Ruth T. Crowley ’80 Ms. Susan L. Crowley ’82 Mr. Christopher J. Cruz ’91 Ms. Giuseppina Brigida Cucinotta ’10 Ms. Kathleen Cugini Mr. James M. Cunniff ’66 Ms. Rebecca M. Cuoco ’88 Mr. Steven H. Curtis ’90 Mr. Arthur R. Cushing Mr. James E. Cusson ’92

Dominic Mota, with his parents, Gregory and Athena ’04 Mota invited everyone to join the fun aboard the Polar Express.

Mr. Marco Dacaret Mrs. Laura A. Da Fonseca ’85 Mr. Scott K. Daggett ’97 Ms. Mary Ann Daher ’75 Mrs. Pauline G. D’Alio ’88 Mr. Sean P. Dalton ’06 Ms. Verna E. Dalton Mr. Joseph L. Damasio, Jr. ’98 Ms. Mary C. D’Ambrosio ’79 Mr. Andrew G. Dangelas ’69 Mr. Fredric C. Danhauser ’74 Mr. Patrick M. Dauley ’09 Mrs. Lorena P. Dauteuil ’90 Mrs. Rosemarie David ’84 Ms. Cynthia D. Davis ’85 Ms. Wendy B. Davis Mr. Thomas A. Davol, Jr. ’62 Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Dawley Ms. Allison L. Deangelis ’09 Mr. Kevin F. DeAquair ’92 Mr. Wesley T. Decampos ’77 Mr. Stephen J. Decesare, MBA ’78 Mr. Jonathon G. Deiulis ’09 Ms. Elizabeth Karen deLacy-Almeida, MBA ’08 UMass

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Mr. James Deliyiannis ’80 Mr. Nicholas Alan Delude ’10 Mr. Joao-Luis DeMedeiros ’97 Mrs. Edith E. DeMello ’90 Mrs. Mary Ellen DeMello ’83 Ms. Monique Deneault Ms. Judy DeOliveira ’04 Ms. Lorraine H. DePonte ’89 Ms. Deborah Desmond Mr. Ronald G. Desnoyers ’77 Ms. Ann M. Desrosiers ’79 Mr. Ronald J. Desrosiers ’78 Mr. Raymond Dextraze Ms. Linda J. Dickerson ’70 Mr. Craig P. Dixon ’03, MA ’10 Ms. Erica Lynn Donaldson Mr. John J. Donnelly III ’71 Mr. Thomas M. Dowd ’79 Mr. William D. Doyle ’72 Ms. Courtney R. Drach ’08 Mr. John C. Driscoll ’82 Ms. Judy M. Duarte ’89 Ms. Laralei Duarte Mr. Robert M. Dubinsky, Jr. ’79 and Mrs. Lynn M. Dubinsky ’79 Mr. Richard Dubois ’71 Mrs. Joanne W. Duckworth ’70 Mr. Donald J. Dufault, MBA ’86 Mr. Gerard D. ’80 and Mrs. Denise M. Dufour ’81 Mrs. Elizabeth A. Dumas ’85 Mr. Donald N. Dumont ’71 Mrs. Donna J. Dusseault Callega ’81 Ms. Jessica Dwelly ’00, MBA ’06 Ms. Nicole M. Dwyer ’92 Mr. Abraham Ehrenhaus Ms. Anita J. Eliason Mr. Kerry C. Elinskas ’82 Mr. Charles L. Elste ’72 Mr. Christopher W. Embry-Pelrine ’07 Ms. Joanne B. Esancy ’80 Mrs. Jane S. Eslinger ’72 Mr. William R. Etchells ’55 Dr. John T. Everett ’65 FMC Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James Falk Ms. Joan M. Fallon ’73 Mr. Stephen J. Fanning ’80 Mr. Carlton M. Faria ’76 Mr. David R. Faria, Jr. ’66 Ms. Carole E. Farrell ’79 Mr. Charles N. Farris, MS ’92 Mr. William C. Faye ’80 Ms. Linda M. Fazio ’83 Ms. Vasiliki A. Feldmar ’86 Ms. Angela A. Fell A. H. Ferguson Company Mr. Alan H. Ferguson ’74 Ms. Marjorie E. Ferguson ’73

Mr. Dave Fernandes ’91 Ms. Arminda Ferreira Mr. Gerald J. Ferreira ’77 Mr. Edgar C. Ferris Mr. Joel Finkelstein ’70 Mrs. Michele D. Finnell ’81 Mr. Paul A. Fiocchi ’80 Colonel Emil R. Fioravanti Ms. Anne B. Fitzgerald Mrs. Carol J. Flack ’76 Ms. Linda C. Flaherty ’80 Mr. Thomas R. Flanagan ’73 Ms. Alice L. Flemming Mr. Kenneth S. Flood ’87 Mrs. Ann M. Florio ’84, ’87 Mr. Bryan Foley Ms. Colleen E. Foley Mrs. Kristen M. Foley ’91 Mr. Edmund T. Folger ’75 Mr. Michael John Fontaine ’09 Ms. Paulette J. Fontaine ’79 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fontaine Mr. William A. Fontes ’64 Mrs. Diane I. Forcier ’74 Mrs. Kimberly Fortin ’93, MAT ’02 Mr. Richard A. Foster ’64 Ms. Marion L. Fottler Mr. Gerald Franklin Mr. Robert H. Fraser ’96, ’09 Mrs. Geraldine D. Frates ’77 Ms. Andrea L. Frechette ’79 Mr. David L. Freitas ’77 Mr. Kevin F. Frey Mr. Michael Frey ’74 Ms. Wendy G. Friedman ’78 Ms. Sally A. Furtado Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Furtado Mrs. Cheryl C. Furze ’72 Mr. Nicholas M. Fusaro ’10 Ms. Pamela A. Gabriel ’09 Ms. Cheryl A. Gagliardi ’88 Dr. and Mrs. John A. Gagliardi Mr. Theodore C. Gagliardi, Jr. ’85, MS ’00 Ms. Jane F. Gagne ’81 Mr. Ronald E. and Mrs. Denise D. Gagne ’75, MS ’83 Mr. Henry Galary ’57 Ms. Christine F. Galisa ’85 Mr. Matthew P. Gallant ’04 Ms. Janet Gallella Ms. Theresa R. Galligan ’74 Ms. Florence Gamache Attorney Patrick R. Gamelin ’05 Mr. Robert M. Gaouette ’00 Mrs. Carol M. Garand ’69 Mrs. Jennifer R.F. Garanito ’87 Ms. Stephanie J. Garcia ’93 Ms. Shana M. Gare

Mr. Terence P. Garvey ’75 Mr. Stanley Gastar ’64 Ms. Gail Y. Gauthier ’10 Mr. David W. Gavigan ’61 Mrs. Kimberly A. Gentile Mr. Bernard W. George, MS ’76 Mr. Richard George ’80 and Mrs. Patricia A. Tortora-George ’80 Mr. John B. Germano ’82 Ms. Lisa M. Germano ’02 Mrs. Kathy C. Gerry ’69, MS ’80 Mr. Adnan Ghalayini, MBA ’04 Ms. Lorraine Gibbons Mr. William E. Gifford ’62, MAE ’64 Mr. Joshua Adem Gionfriddo ’10 Ms. Donna M. Giordani Mrs. Joan M. Giordani Ms. Goldie S. Gitlin Mrs. Rosalyn Glaser Bernstein Mr. John L. Glover ’77 Mrs. Myra J. Goldberg Professor Emeritus Lenine and Mrs. Beatrice R. Gonsalves ’77 Professor Emeritus Fryderyk E. Gorczyca ’58 Mr. David L. Gotwalt ’79 Mr. David V. Goudreau ’80 Ms. Carolyn Gove Mr. David G. Goyette ’94 Mr. James J. Grady ’99 Ms. Jennifer L. Granger ’05 Mr. Joshua Azariah Grauman ’10 Mr. Walter M. Gray ’62 Ms. Linda Gray Brolin ’85 Mr. Michael Greaves ’10 Ms. Pamela Greene Mr. Gregg C. Greenwood ’93 Dr. David S. Greer, HD ’81 Ms. Amanda S. Gregg, MS ’99 Ms. Katherine R. Gregory ’09 Mr. Mark D. Gregory ’76 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gregory Mr. Dennis D. Griffin ’61 Mr. John Griffin Ms. Lisa A. Grillo ’87 Ms. Louise E. Guay Mr. Earle F. Guilford, Jr. ’73 Mr. Steven T. Guthrie ’82 Mr. Miguel A. Guzman ’09 Mr. Mark A. Hallion ’02 Mr. Bradford George Hammel ’66, MBA ’78 Mrs. Lydia M. Hamnquist ’81 Ms. Catherine E. Hancock, MBA ’08 Mr. William F. Hanna ’69 Mr. John S. J. Harrison ’57 Ms. Linda L. Harrop ’00 Mr. Daniel C. Hart ’91 Mr. Walter Hartley


a n n ua l g i v i n g Ms. Marjorie R. Hartnett Mr. Gary J. Hartwell ’77 Mr. Wayne A. Haskell ’58 Mr. Michael T. Hastings ’76, MBA ’90 Mr. Barry T. Hauck ’74 Ms. Karen Hayden, MS ’01 Mr. Bradley P. Hayes ’95 Mrs. Gloria P. Hebert ’75 Mr. Wilfred S. Herrup Ms. Kelley E. Hewes Mr. Anthony A. Hirsch ’78 Ms. Judith A. Hodge ’77 Hofbrauhaus of America, LLC Mr. Michael J. Hogan ’82, MS ’89 Mrs. Nicole P. Horne ’96 Mr. Daniel F. Howard ’82 Ms. Lauren J. Hughes ’07 Mr. Patrick Hughes Mr. William J. Hunt Ms. Michele M. Hurd ’06 Ms. Debra Hurwitz ’78 Mrs. Oksana V. Jackim, MA ’04 Mr. Russell R. Jackson ’68 Ms. Danusia T. Jacobs ’87 Ms. Marie-Rose Gilberte Jacques Mr. Stephen M. Jansen ’67 Mr. Mathew E. Janus ’99 Mr. Michael S. ’95 and Mrs. Tess Jarvis ’93 Mr. Alan C. Jason ’65 Mrs. Dorothy G. Jata ’78 Ms. Melissa Lynne Jodat ’08 Ms. Meredith L. Johnson ’09 Mr. David B. Jolivet ’78 Mrs. Lorraine T. Joncas ’63 Ms. Debra L. Jones ’91 Mr. Richard T. Julio ’56 Ms. Catherine Jurgilewicz Ms. Susan Kallio-Vincent ’95 Mr. Edward S. Katersky ’67 Mrs. Martha E. Kay ’72 Mr. Richard J. Kean ’89 Mr. James M. Keefe ’81 Mr. Edward M. Kelly ’65 Ms. Kathleen J. Kelly ’84 Ms. Kristen Sarah Kelly ’10 Ms. Tracy A. Kennedy ’89 Mr. Donald G. King, Jr. ’93 Mrs. Deborah A. Kirk ’77 Ms. Janice M. Kirkman Ms. Kathleen J. Kmack Mrs. Kathryn M. Knight ’72 Mrs. Maria M. Knight ’90 Representative Robert M. Koczera ’75 Mrs. Natalia C. Konarski ’88 Mr. Allan M. Konner ’54 Mrs. Ronni Krasny Ms. Janice Ferretti Krueger ’77 L.E.A. Designs

Norma, Gerald ’63, Jaime and Lauren Hall were excited about taking the Polar Express to the North Pole to meet Santa Claus.

Mr. Thomas Matthew LaDore ’10 Mr. Albert R. Lafleur ’67 Ms. Gayle Laing Ms. Ellen B. Lakey ’97 Mr. John T. Lally ’84 John T. Lally, CPA, PC Ms. Debra L. Lambert Mr. John T. Lambert ’04 Mr. Marc A. Landry ’80 Ms. Rita LaPlante Mr. Thomas J. Lapointe ’75 Latest Looks Mr. Normand P. Lavoie ’91 Mrs. Linda J. Lawlor ’80 Mrs. Elizabeth Lawson DaSilva ’81, ’84 Mr. Joseph R. Leal ’40 Mr. Donald G. ’59 and Mrs. Claudette M. LeBlanc ’80 R. N. LeBoeuf Enterprises Mr. Robert N. LeBoeuf ’61 Ms. Laura J. Leblanc Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Lechan Mr. Jason Lederer Ms. Candice A. DeStefano ’10 Lemate of New England, Inc. Dr. David P. Lennox ’76 Ms. Gina M. Leonard ’87 Ms. Denise Leone Ms. Robin Leoni Mr. Daniel R. LePage ’76 Mr. Herve E. Letourneau ’81 Mr. Paul E. Levasseur ’59 Ms. Marla Levenson Ms. Mary S. Levesque Mrs. Claire Levin Ms. Kathleen W. Levin Armand F. Lewis, Ph.D. ’53 Mr. Zachary D. Lewis ’10 Ms. Caitlyn Janette Liberty ’10 Mr. Joseph L. Lima ’92 Gaetano S. Logrande Ms. Paula D. Long ’76 Ms. Cheryl A. Lopes ’10 Mr. William F. Lopes ’66 Mr. Ronald W. Lourens ’86

Mr. Bruce W. Lowry, MS ’80 Ms. Donna Lynch Ms. Marilyn M. Lynds ’78 Mr. John J. Lyons ’48 Mr. Stuart J. Lyons ’10 Mr. Kenneth R. Machado ’72 Mr. Robert D. Machado ’68 Mr. Benjamin H. Macomber ’59 Mr. John R. Macpherson Ms. Denise A. Madeira ’00, MBA ’11 Mr. James H. Magellan ’74 Mr. Lee Maglione Ms. Anne M. Maguire ’76 Ms. Susan M. Maguire ’09 Ms. Kelley Hayes Mahoney ’08, MBA ’10 Mr. Brian P. Mailloux ’97 Ms. Charlene V. Maker ’72 Ms. Margaret M. Malkoski ’82 Mr. Timothy A. ’89 and Mrs. Laurie A. Mancour ’88 Mr. and Mrs. Pasquale A. Mancuso Ms. Alyson L. Mandel ’98, MS ’03 Mr. William Manning Ms. Paulette Manssuer ’78 Mr. Bryan S. Maranhao ’76 Mr. John M. ’79, MBA ’85 and Mrs. Elaine L. Margarida ’96 Mrs. Lois E. Margolis ’69 Mr. Roger M. Marinho ’72 Ms. Michaela K. Markey ’09, MAT ’11 Mrs. Eileen T. Marland ’65 Ms. Denise R. Martikke ’85 Anthony M. Martin, D.D.S., MBA ’82 Ms. Carla Martin Mr. Douglas M. Martin Professor Georgette F. Martin ’85 Mrs. Ruthann Martin ’78 Mr. Edward A. Martins ’71 Mr. Paul J. Martins Mrs. Elizabeth P. Matathia Ms. Olivia V. Matos ’89 Mrs. Lisa D. Mazola Mr. William M. McAloon ’71 Ms. Marianne McCann Mr. Donald J. McCarthy ’59

Mr. Kevin J. McCarthy ’81, ’06 Mr. Shawn R. McCarthy ’94 Ms. Lynda M. McCauley ’09 Ms. Donna McCone Mr. Frederick E. McCullough ’84 Mr. David A. McDonald ’09 Ms. Gloria J. McDonald Ms. Erin L. McGough-Silvia ’87 Mr. William C. McGowan ’82 Mrs. Kathryn A. McGreevy ’79 Ms. Mary Ann McIntosh Ms. Lindsay T. McIntyre ’03 Mr. John F. McLaughlin ’72 Ms. Patricia A. McMahon ’80 Ms. Susan W. McMahon ’10 Mr. Geoffrey A. McNally ’85 Mr. Stephen F. McNamara IV Mr. Brian J. McNamee ’80 Ms. Lynn McNamee Ms. Darlene A. McQuade ’84 Mr. Thomas F. Mcguire, Jr. ’70, ’71 Mrs. Geraldine Medas ’69 Ms. Joan M. Medeiros Mr. John A. Medeiros ’86 Mrs. Kathleen C. Medeiros ’03 Ms. Lori-Ann Medeiros, MS ’10 Mr. Noe O. Medeiros ’71, MA ’80 Mr. Paul E. Medeiros ’70 Mr. Ricardo D. Medeiros ’91 Ms. Norma E. Meehan ’75 Mrs. Filipa S. Melendez ’06 Ms. Elise R. Melford ’10 Ms. Patricia Melford Mr. David M. Mello ’87 Mr. James E. Mello ’68, MS ’84 Mr. William A. Mello ’79 Mr. Richard R. Menard ’92 Mr. Benjamin Mer ’75 Mr. Robert D. Mercer ’92 Mrs. Jennifer S. Merry ’79 Mr. Richard Meyer Mr. Neal D. Meyers ’89 Ms. Catherine S. Michael, MBA ’88 Mrs. Heidi A. Michaelis ’86 Mr. Brian J. Millar ’91 Dr. Ruth Miller Mr. Stephen B. Miller ’67 Mr. Jon Millian Mr. Jon E. Mills ’90 Mrs. Vivian Milot Mr. Raymond E. Miner ’78 Mr. Paul T. Miniacci ’63 Mr. Brian P. Miranda ’88 Mr. William A. Mitchell Mr. Joseph F. Mocker, Jr. ’61 Mrs. Linda M. Moffatt ’76 Colonel Donald F. Mofford ’81 Mr. David G. Moitozo ’52 Mr. Michael R. Monahan ’76

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u n i v e r s i t y o f m a s s ac h u s e t t s da rt m o u t h Mrs. Linda B. Monchik Mrs. Nina Luiz Moniz ’75, MS ’98 Mrs. Joan P. Montle Mrs. Sandra T. Moreira ’71 Ms. Lynne M. Morey Mr. Robert L. Morgan, Jr. ’73 and Mrs. Sharon A. Morgan ’70 Mrs. Anne M. Moriarty ’79 Mr. Michael Eugene Morin ’09 Ms. Janet T. Morris ’78 Mr. George F. Moses ’78 Ms. Lisa Mota Ms. Peris Muigui Mrs. Jean M. Mullen Dr. Thomas M. Mulvey Ms. Claire Zampine Muollo Mr. Dan P. Murdoch ’07 Mrs. Anne L. Murphy ’82 Ms. Cynthia E. Murphy ’10 Mr. John M. Murphy, MBA ’81 Mr. Paul F. Murphy ’10 Mr. Tom Murphy Mr. Brendan K. Murray ’10 Ms. Michelle LeBlanc Murray ’88 Mr. Marasimha Mynampaty, MS ’08 Mr. Francis E. Nasser ’52 Mrs. Gail M. Nauen ’75 Ms. Ann Neely Ms. Marsha N. Nehiley ’90 Ms. Joanne Nelson Ms. Linda I. Nelson ’76 Mr. Cory J. Nevins ’10 Mrs. Sheila A. Newman ’77 Mr. Mason Ng ’08 Mr. Ronald A. Nichols ’57 Mr. John F. Nickerson, Jr., MS ’01 Mrs. Cynthia S. Niederhelman ’61 Ms. Anita L. Niland Mr. William B. Nimmo, MAT ’00 Mr. Justin Nordeste ’09 Ms. Susan E. Norlin-Staudaher ’79 Mr. Robert Nosal ’80 Ms. Lauryn E. Nosek ’10 Ms. Nicole M. Notarangelo ’09 Ms. Erica N. Notarianni ’06 Ms. Liduina Noverca ’78 Mrs. Florence V. Novick ’71 Reverend James R. Nunes ’83 Mr. George J. Obichie Ms. Karen A. O’Brien ’78 Mrs. Norma L. O’Brien Mr. Seamus M. O’Connell Mrs. Louann P. Olejars ’81 Mr. Bruce J. Oliveira ’98 Mr. James Oliveira ’83 Mr. John P. Oliveira, Jr. ’89, MS ’97 Mr. Matthew Joseph Oliveira ’10 Mr. Jason Ollerhead ’95 Mr. Patrick O’Neale

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Mr. Joseph T. O’Neill, MA ’75 Mr. Chukwuma A. Onujiogu ’10 Mr. Lukose Oonnonny ’74 Mr. James P. O’Reilly ’76 Ms. Lori Orel Ms. Kelly M. Orrock Mr. Alfred Otis Mrs. Sharon A. Otten ’86 Mr. Emile J. Ouellette ’83 Ms. Renee T. Ouellette ’91, MAE ’98 Ms. Rosa Ouellette Ms. Kathleen Owens ’81 PJ’s Carpets, Inc. Mr. James Reid Pace ’09 Mr. Richard C. Pacheco ’62 Mr. Jose M. Pacheco ’75 Ms. Kathleen Paiva ’82 Mrs. Shirley G. Palestine Mr. Lewis C. Palmer II ’63 Mr. Arthur P. Paradice ’75 Dr. Juli L. Parker Mr. William R. Parziale ’83 Dr. Joyce Y. Passos Mrs. Barbara Pauls ’66 Mrs. Beverly Pavao Ms. Caroline B. Pavao ’83, MA ’05 Ms. Danielle M. Pavao ’92 Ms. Darlene A. Pavao ’01 Mr. David R. Peixoto ’81 Ms. Jessica Peixoto ’07 Mrs. Irene A. Pejko ’75 Mr. Roger C. Pelletier ’88 Mr. Andrew B. Peppard Mrs. Cecilia R. Pereira Mr. Gabriel M. Pereira Ms. Maria Pereira Mr. Barry W. Perkins ’72 Mr. Paul M. Perry ’82 Mr. Russell F. Perry ’75 Ms. Susan J. Perry ’81, MS ’96 Mr. William J. Perry ’66 Mr. William J. Petres ’65 Mrs. Monica K. Petringa Ms. Lynn Romanelli Pieri Mr. John A. Pietruszka ’08 Ms. Nancy J. Pigott ’85 Mr. David J. Pimental ’63 Ms. Paulette C. Pineault ’83 Mrs. Shirley Pineault Mr. Daniel E. Pingley ’81 Mr. Matthew Pitta Mr. Jarrad Douglass Plante ’04, MPP ’11 Ms. Tracey Platt Mr. Gerald J. Poisson ’69 Mr. Clinton H. Pollitt ’83 Ms. Debra A. Polselli ’76 Mr. Michael Pomerleau ’74 Dr. Robert E. Pontbriand ’76

Mr. Alan E. Pontes Mr. Stanley J. Popielarz ’66 Ms. Christine Porrell ’87 Ms. Judith A. Porter Ms. Joy Potter ’07 Mrs. Gale M. Powers ’80 Mr. Garnett L. Powers, Jr. ’71 Mrs. Anita L. Poyant ’84 Mr. Lucien P. Poyant, Jr. ’59 Ms. Tamy Prescott Mr. Robert R. Preston ’72 Mr. Samuel A. Presutti Mr. Stephen J. Previte ’86 Ms. Mona Provencher Mr. David F. Quigley ’60 Mr. Thomas Michael Quinn ’07, MBA ’10 Ms. Judith A. Raiff ’79 Mr. Alan F. Rainford ’63 Mr. Robert S., MS ’86 and Mrs. Rosemary C. Rak, MS ’80 Mrs. Helen L. Ramsey Ms. Janice A. Raphael ’69 Mr. Joseph D. Raposa ’52 Mr. Gustavo O. Raposo ’81, MBA ’86 Mr. Edmund S. Rapoza, Jr. ’68 Mr. John D. Rapoza ’52 Ms. Kimberly A. Rapoza ’96 Mr. Marc R. Ratte ’76 Raytheon Company Ms. Clara T. Reagan ’87 Mr. James H. Rebello ’72 Mrs. Joanne M. Rebello ’05 Ms. Nazare J. Rebello ’76 Mr. Robert J. Rego ’90 Mr. Ronald J. ’75 and Mrs. Catherine T. Rego ’02 Ms. Christine A. Regula ’77 Ms. Charlene Reid Mr. Peter J. Resca, MBA ’02 Mrs. Carol A. Reuter ’80 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley A. Revzin Mr. Derrick Lee Rheaume ’01 Mr. Joseph G. Ribeiro ’86 Mr. Alan A. ’72 and Mrs. Linda V. Richard ’72 Ms. Mary Ann Richardson Mr. Benjamin A. Riels ’99 Mr. Michael D. Rijo ’10 Ms. Raylene Riley ’76 Mr. Richard Riley ’51 Mrs. Vanessa M. Ring ’04, MAE ’10 Mr. Raymond Ripley, Jr. ’67, MBA ’79 Mr. Kenneth B. Ritchie ’95 Mr. Edward J. Ritter ’90 Ms. Dianne Rivet ’79 Ms. Ann Marie Roberti, MS ’80 Ms. Tammy Robidas Ms. Ellen M. Robinson

Mr. Erick Robinson ’95 Mr. Russell Robinson ’72 Mr. Anthony Rocha ’71 Mr. Steven J. Roderiques ’82 Mrs. Arlene A. Rodriques Mr. Edwin V. Rodrigues ’82 Mr. Mark A. Rodrigues ’84 Ms. Kathleen J. Ronan Ms. Janice M. Rosa ’73 Ms. Leslie H. Rose ’87 Mrs. Mary Rose ’86 Professor Manuel C. Rosenfield Mrs. Gail A. Rosenholm ’80 Ms. Janet M. Rousseau ’87 Ms. Carole C. Roy ’03 Mr. Gregory M. Roy Mr. Rene E. Roy ’74 Mr. Robert R. Roy ’69 Mr. David Rubinic Mr. Jeffrey A. Rubino ’78 Mr. Charles P. Ruddy ’76 Ms. Lucia Cristina Ruivo, MBA ’09 Ms. Gail A. Russell ’99 Ms. Kathleen M. Russell Ms. Michelle Russillo, MBA ’01 Mrs. Dorothy S. Ryan, MA ’96 Mr. James F. Ryan ’72 Mr. David J. Sadowski ’81 Ms. Susan L. St. Jean Ms. Elizabeth St. Laurent Mr. Paul G. St. Laurent ’52 Mr. Francis J. St. Vincent ’10 Mr. Randell F. Sample ’50 TSgt. Maurice H. Samson, USAF (Ret.) ’82 Mr. David D. Sanders ’49 Sanders Living Trust Ms. Eugenia A. Santos ’87 Mr. Leonard A. Santos, Sr. ’66 Ms. Mary H. Santos ’74 Ms. Marielle R. Sardella ’08 Mr. Sophie S. Scheinman Ms. Elizabeth A. Schneider ’98 Mr. Kevin Schott Mr. Charles T. Schusner ’72 Mrs. Dorothy Schwartz Ms. Shelly Metivier Scott Mr. Thomas J. Sebastiao ’88 Mrs. Robin P. Servais ’76 Mrs. Helen M. Shanley ’85 Mrs. Deborah F. Shannon ’83 Mr. David W. Sharples ’86 Ms. Christine H. Shaw ’00 Ms. Ellen M. Shaw ’77 Mrs. Jennifer A. Shea-Smyth ’84 Ms. Christine A. Sheehan, MS ’02 Ms. Jeanne E. Sherman Ms. Lisa Sherman Ms. Jacqueline B. Sherwin ’77


a n n ua l g i v i n g Ms. Ann E. Shor ’95 Ms. Roberta Shriver ’81 Mr. Edward Siegal Mr. August P. Silva ’69 Mr. James Silva ’79 Mrs. Lucille D. Silva Ms. Mary Angel Silva ’95 Mr. Robert J. Silva ’67 Mr. Roger L. ’73 and Mrs. Ermelinda P.A. Silva ’78 Mr. Stephen J. Silva ’73 Mr. Thomas Silveria, MS ’96 Mrs. Minty Silvia-Farrissey ’82 Mrs. Meredith M. Simas ’88 Mrs. Marian E. Simons ’77 Mr. Leo N. Sirois ’72 Ms. Samantha A. Sklar ’10 Mr. Benjamin Skrabak Ms. Sarah Patricia Slack ’10 Ms. Caitlyn C. Slowe ’07 Mr. Brian J. Smith ’73 Mrs. Carleen P. Smith ’80, MBA ’92 Mr. Kenneth F. Smith, JD ’93 Mr. Quinn P. Smith ’10 Mr. Scott D. Smith ’77 Ms. Shelby E. Smith ’08 Ms. Debra Lynn Smook, MAE ’09 Ms. Florence Sousa Mr. Joao M. Sousa ’96 Mr. John N. Sousa ’06 Mr. James Souza ’61 Paula A. Souza, Esq., JD ’92 Mr. Leon V. Spain ’04 Mr. Patrick R. ’74 and Mrs. Joan G. Sparrow ’76 Mrs. Cheryl Whowell Spearin ’68 Mr. Stephen D. Spence ’76 Mrs. Rosemonde Reilly Spinelli ’74 Mrs. Joyce A. Spivey ’88 Mr. Dick S. Sproul ’71 Mr. Paul Stadelmann Ms. Susan Standley Mrs. June Stankiewicz ’89 Mr. Robert J. Stearns ’90 Mr. Robert A. Stella ’70 Ms. Rita M. Stellato ’83 Mr. John W. Stencel ’07 Mr. and Ms. Robert L. Sterns Ms. Patricia A. Stevens Mr. Robert Stewart, MBA ’84 Ms. Deborah C. Stinson ’77 Ms. Jennifer L. Stirk ’06 Ms. Laura J. Strauss ’78 Mrs. Madeline Su ’80 Ms. Gertrude L. Sullivan ’06 Mr. Peter J. Sullivan ’73 Ms. Rolande Sullivan ’80 Mrs. Maureen Sullivan-Boyle ’92 Mr. Dennis R. Surprenant ’65

Mrs. Jeanne W. Swiszcz Mr. Matthew J. Sylvia ’88 TNCI Mr. Frederick L. Taber, Jr. ’70 Mr. Sudhakar R. Takkellapati Mr. George R. Talbot ’57 Ms. Abla Tannous, MS ’10 Francis L. Tanzella, Ph.D. ’75 Mr. Joseph J. Tarantino ’84 Mr. Francis X. Tarpey Mr. Marc C. Tarpey ’92 Ms. Myra Tattenbaum Ms. Carol Taylor Ms. Alison Taylor-Chiasson Mrs. Rosemary A. Tedder ’74 Ms. Christine A. Tennyson ’89 Mrs. Jennifer L. Tharrett ’96 Ms. Teresa Thayer Raymond Therrien’s Income Tax Service Mr. Kevin J. Thibault ’85 Mrs. Jeanine M. Thiboutot ’72 Mrs. Karen M. Thomas ’85 Mrs. Linda P. Tilden ’62 Professor Howard C. Tinkham ’42 Ms. Laurie L. Tisdelle ’07 Mrs. Nancy J. Tooley ’99 Mr. Richard H. Townson, Sr. ’76 Ms. Helen Treat Mr. Keith James Tremblay ’09 Mr. Christopher Turek ’78 Mr. Arthur J. Turner, Jr. ’53 Mr. Douglas J. Turner ’69 Mrs. Joanne M. Turnwall Mr. Douglas C. Tuxworth ’90 United Technologies Corporation Ms. Lynn Usher ’79 Mr. Charles Van Gorden Mrs. Mary Vardaro Mr. Jose Vargas Ms. MaryBeth Vargas Mr. Dereck Varley ’10 Mr. Paul S. Vena Ms. Nicole E. Venier ’04 Ms. Monica A. Ventura, MS ’78 Verizon Foundation Ms. Monica A. Vest-Parris ’10 Ms. Katherine J. Vezina ’98 Mr. Andrew C. Vieira ’04 Mr. Dennis J. Vieira ’81 Mrs. Marcia W. Violante ’64 Ms. Deborah Virgona Mr. Grayton T. Waite ’82 Mrs. Leona B. Walder Brandon C. Walecka, Esq. ’07, JD ’11 Ms. Karen A. Walega ’81 Ms. Elizabeth A. Walker ’10 Ms. Lynne Walker Mr. and Mrs. Scott Walker

Mrs. Patricia A. Walsh Ms. Gretchen J. Warner Mrs. Noreen J. Warner Mr. Andrew Warren ’87 Ms. Janice K. Warren ’73 Mrs. Denise D. Weaver Mr. James J. Weeden ’78 Mr. David F. Wells ’01 Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gift Program Ms. Linda M. Wells ’70 Mr. Bart J. Wesp ’99 Mr. Alan J. Westgate ’86, ’87 Mr. Richard E. Wetzler Ms. Priscilla L. Wheatley ’03 Ms. Nancy F. Wheelwright ’74 Ms. Cecilia C. Whipp ’93, ’00 Ms. Barbara A. White Ms. Jessica S. White ’91 Mr. John W. Whitehead ’64 Ms. Sally Whittaker Mrs. Janet P. Whynacht Mrs. Susan M. Wilbur ’89 Ms. Ashley A. Wilkinson ’05 Ms. Elaine G. Williams ’75 Mrs. Kathleen Wilson ’84 Mr. John Winterhalter Ms. Stephanie A. Winters ’10 Professor Kurt Wisneski Mrs. Nancy L. Witherell ’74 Ms. Audrey J. Witt ’78 Mr. James Allan Wolstenholme ’57 Mr. Frank C. Woodfall ’78 Ms. Rebecca H. Woods ’99 Mr. Steven B. Woods ’81 Ms. Maureen F. Woodsum ’77 Mr. James S. ’74, MBA ’79 and Mrs. Donna E. Wooler ’76 World Scientific Publishing Company Ms. Karen M. Wright Mr. Steven W. ’84 and Mrs. Beth M. Wry ’84 Mr. Byron C. Wyche Ms. Zhaohui A. Yang, MS ’97 Mr. Menelaos Yankopoulos ’52 Mr. Donald M. Yerid ’64 Ms. Deborah J. Yorke ’82 Mr. Donald Yousif ’70, MBA ’78 Ms. Wenqi Yu ’10 Mr. Joshua Michael Yucius ’10 Mr. James M. Zabek Ms. Gail Zalomis ’85 Mrs. Rebecca L. Zane ’81 Mr. Irving Zangwill ’70 Mr. Henry J. Zapasnik ’73 Ms. Elaine A. Zinke Mrs. Jeanne Zisa, MS ’83

Gifts-In-Kind Acushnet Company Airport Grille American Business Women’s Association Anonymous Mr. Daniel E. Bogan ’59, HD ’04 Boston Red Sox Ms. Lori K. Bradley, MAE ’02, MA ’10 Brahmin Leather Works, Inc. The Breakers Hotel Mr. Thomas C. Brooks Mr. Leonard V. Brophy, Jr. ’78 Mr. Terrance Burton Bush Quality Cleaners Captain John’s Whale Watching & Fishing Tours Chartwells Colonial Wholesale Beverage Comcast Mr. John J. Connor ’84 Cork Wine & Tapas Bar Dartmouth Mall Davy’s Locker Walt Disney World Company Attorney Roger J. Dugal ’70, JD ’89 Janet Egan Design Eleven Forty Nine Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enoksen Eye Health Vision Centers Fiore Toyota Frade’s Disposal, Inc. Mrs. Maria D. Furman ’76 Ajay Bharat Gajjar Garlington Florist Chancellor Professor James T. Griffith ’70, MS ’76 and Dr. Susan J. Leclair, MS ’77 Hawthorne Country Club Hotel Viking Newport Ice Chest Bar & Grille Mr. Mark C. Ide Mr. Peter Johnson Lafrance Hospitality Company J. P. Licks Main Street Formals W.B. Mason Company, Inc. Med Aesthetic Salon & Day Spa Mirasol’s Cafe Mohegan Sun Mount Sunapee New Bedford Symphony Orchestra New England Aquarium New England Fast Ferry Nuance Communications Ms. Meeta Gajjar Parker Pats Peak

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u n i v e r s i t y o f m a s s ac h u s e t t s da rt m o u t h Pizan’s Polish Women’s Business & Professional Club The Preservation Society of Newport County Red Jacket Beach Resort The Ritz Carlton– Palm Beach Rose Alley Dr. Jon A. and Mrs. Joan C. Ruel ’98, MA ’01 Mr. Anthony R. Sapienza Professor Emeritus J. Donald Smith The Standard Hotel Yanni John Tzoumas ’90 The University of Massachusetts Club Mr. Donald Wade Dr. Robert V. Ward, Jr. Water Wizz Company Waterfront Grille Waterville Valley Mr. Robert Watkins, Jr., HD ’02 and Mrs. Rillis Watkins Westport Rivers Vineyard and Winery Mr. Ronald M. ’72 and Mrs. Diane C. Xavier The Zeiterion Theater Honor/Memorial Gifts The following list includes donors who gave in honor or in memory of another. In Honor of Ms. Geraldine L. Boucher Mrs. Claire T. Carney ’73, HD ’90 Mr. John K. Bullard, HD ’91 The Honorable Francis Larkin Mrs. Claire T. Carney ’73, HD ’90 Mrs. Rita T. Raymond Professor John Caruso Dr. Deborah A. Goodman ’78 Ms. Joan Felder Mrs. Linda A. Kaldeck ’69 Ms. Katherine Harnett Ms. Mary N. Almeida ’79 Pam and Darren Hutchinson Ms. Gina M. Nolan

Dr. Jean F. MacCormack Mrs. Claire T. Carney ’73, HD ’90 Senator William Q. MacLean, Jr., HD ’80 Mr. James Balcam Mr. Dennis E. Barry Mr. J. Leo Barry Ms. Jessica L. Barry Mr. Richard Barry Bolger & O’Hearn, Inc. Mr. William Cameron Mr. Patrick Carney Patrick Carney Foundation Mr. George W. Cashman Connors & Company Investment Services Mr. Paul F. Connors Corporate Risk Advisors Managers, Inc. Mr. Edmond T. DeBrosse Dellbrook Construction, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Downey Eastern Fisheries, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Enoksen Mr. Michael Fish Mr. Antonio Frias Global Petroleum Corporation Mr. Manuel A. Goulart Maureen and Michael Harrington Mr. Robert S. Karam ’67, HD ’91 Mr. John G. Liarikos McLaughlin & Moran, Inc. Mr. John D. Moore, HD ’96 and Mrs. Elizabeth Isherwood Moore, MBA ’80 The Moran Family John E. Murphy, Jr., Esq. Nantucket Bike Shop Committee to Re-Elect Joaquim “Jack” Nobrega Mr. William J. Piccerelli Mr. Kenneth R. Rezendes The S & F Concrete Contractors, Inc. Mrs. Sandra Saunders Sea Fuels Marina Services, Inc. Mr. Alfred Slifka Sylvia Group of Insurance Agencies Ms. Marissa D. Nolan Ms. Gina M. Nolan Professor Richard Penn Reeve Professor Donald G. McKinley Lieutenant John D. Souza Ms. Gina M. Nolan Mr. Kenneth W. Stockwell ’83 Ms. MaryBeth Vargas

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Mr. Kiran Vadlamani Fidelity Charitable Fund-Mantha Family Fund Margaret D. Xifaras, Esq., MBA ’78 Barbara and Sidney Kaplan Stephen Oleskey and Judith Tick Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving

Dr. John Coniaris Mrs. Loretta Moniz Mr. Edward Connulty Mr. Edward W. ’59 and Mrs. Sandra S. Sylvia Mr. Mark Creedon Kathleen L. Borges, Esq. ’10 Mr. Matthew Feinberg Ms. Jane Mangili

In Memory of Edward and Ethel Adaskin Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Professor Shaukat Ali Mr. Clinton E. Pires ’75 Mr. Richard E. Wetzler Mr. Carl A. Andreozzi Mrs. Claire T. Carney ’73, HD ’90 Joseph and Mary Baptista Joseph Baptista Trust Ms. Lydia Poole Barker Chancellor Professor Laurie J. Kaplowitz Professor Kurt Wisneski Ms. Kim Borges Ms. Gina M. Nolan Samuel and Sarah Bradbury Peter and Tia Bullard Mr. Norman A. Brassard Mrs. Claire T. Carney ’73, HD ’90 Mrs. Jeanne W. Swiszcz Mrs. Bethany Pacheco Brum Ms. Gina M. Nolan Mr. Richard Alan Buck Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Alfred Cabral Rick ’71 and Esther Emard ’75 Mrs. Julia Cabral Mrs. Diane M. Cruz ’08 Ms. Andrea Hickey Cady Ms. Koreen A. Santos Santos & Santos, PC Mr. James Chekares Chancellor Professor Magali Carrera

Mr. Jose P. DaSilva Ms. Gina M. Nolan Ms. Maureen Day Mr. Jeffrey S. Augustine ’88 Mr. Michael J. Eatough ’09 and Mrs. Bridget A. Flynn Mr. Salvatore G. Filardi Colonel Emil R. Fioravanti Ms. Donna R. Massano Mrs. Deborah McLaughlin Mr. William A. Mitchell Ms. Carol D. Santos Professor Roger J. Deveau ’65 Mr. Donald J. Dufault ’86 Mr. Sean D. Duarte ’04 Mrs. Nancy K. Beaton Ms. Cynthia Byrne CDM Smith, Inc. The CVS Downtown 5K Mrs. Sherry M. Chaves Mr. Francis P. Duarte Mrs. Priscilla A. Duarte Ms. Marion L. Fottler Ms. Meredith Campbell Franks Mr. Jeffrey A. Freelove ’78 Mr. Matthew P. Gallant ’04 Mr. Paul R. Gallant ’76 Ms. Shana M. Gare Mrs. Debra S. Goldfarb-Norton Mr. Patrick Hughes Ms. Catherine Jurgilewicz Mr. Jason Lederer Mr. Douglas M. Martin Mr. Ian Mead Mr. Roger M. Norton Mr. Robert Otoski Ms. Kristin L. Perkins Mr. Matthew Pitta Ms. Dianne M. Reardon Ms. Dolores A. Rebello Ms. Charlene Reid Mr. Kevin Schott Ms. Lisa Sherman Mr. Benjamin Skrabak Team Brute Force


a n n ua l g i v i n g Professor Emeritus Walter Einstein Mr. and Mrs. W. Michael Ailes Professor Godwin C. Ariguzo Ms. Paula M. Arruda Ms. Beth Avolio BayCoast Bank Mr. Stephen G. Bernardo John and Eileen Bok Chancellor Professor John A. Chopoorian Ms. Lisa A. Dimatteo Mr. Jim Dorris Ms. Irene M. Ferrall Mr. Louis D. Gitlin Mr. Mark Gitlin Mr. Peter Hodges Mr. John H. Humphreys and Ms. Brenda Gail Humphreys Ms. Geraldine Koss Mr. John E. Krawiec Ms. Jeanne Haser Lafond Ms. Patricia T. Lemieux Ms. Joan M. Medeiros Mid City Scrap Iron & Salvage Company, Inc. Mr. Mark C. Monroe Mr. Seamus M. O’Connell Mr. Griffen W. Owen People, Inc Ms. Lori L. Pontes Ms. Teresa S. Richey Mrs. Joanne M. Turnwall Mr. Thomas Feid Mr. Edward W. ’59 and Mrs. Sandra S. Sylvia Mr. Eric Fernandes Ms. Gina M. Nolan Mrs. Eleanora S. Fontaine Mr. Peter T. Kavanaugh ’08 Mr. Raymond Frates Little People’s College, Inc. Mr. Harlyn Froh Mr. and Mrs. Peter Szala Mr. Samuel Gamburd Ms. Phebe C. Burnham Mr. David Gaspar Little People’s College, Inc. Mr. William E. Gathright Sunrise League

Mrs. Rosalyn Davidow Geller Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Jack M. Gould Mr. Bernard H. Gould Mr. Grabow Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Paul J. Gramling Professor Kathryn L. Gramling Paul J. Gramling Memorial Scholarship Fund for Compassionate Caregiving to People with Alzheimer’s of Greater Worcester Community Foundation Greg’s Dad Ms. Alice L. Flemming Ms. Maybelle Poole Hancock Mrs. Rita T. Raymond Mr. James L. Henry Mrs. Rita T. Raymond Armand E. Houde ’82 and Madeleine C. Houde Mr. Robert S. and Mrs. Janice H. Reynolds ’82 Mrs. Mary Interess Ms. Gina M. Nolan

Ms. Wen Chen ’95 FM Global Foundation Mr. Wei Liang ’97 Ms. Congfeng Yang, MS ’98 Mr. Jinyuan Zhou ’91 Mr. Michael W. MacFarlane, Jr. Mrs. Jenny G. Case Mr. Peter T. Case Ms. Verna E. Dalton Ms. Deborah Finn Ms. Denise Leone Ms. Gail MacCallum Mr. and Mrs. Michael MacFarlane Ms. Carla Martin Ms. Marilyn O. Nugent Ms. Lynn O’Sullivan Ms. Kathleen J. Ronan Mr. Matthew J. Macy ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Macy Mrs. Diane M. Macy Mrs. Jeanne Mandeville Mr. Edward W. ’59 and Mrs. Sandra S. Sylvia Mrs. Barbara Mann Mrs. Loretta Moniz Ms. Vivian Massey Ms. Joan R. Adaskin

Mrs. Arlene M. Oliveira Mr. Daniel E. Pingley ’81 Mr. Robert Penler Mrs. Doris V. Penler Mr. Joao L. Pereira Ms. Koreen A. Santos Santos & Santos, PC Ms. Mary Jane Perry Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mrs. Larisa I. Petrova Mrs. Loretta Moniz Mr. Gene Pollock Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Peter Regis Ms. Joyce M. LeBlanc ’89 Mr. Kenneth A. Rose Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Rose Mr. and Mrs. James C. Rose Mrs. Ella Rosenfield Ms. Joan R. Adaskin Mr. Kyle M. Roy ’06 Ms. Alice L. Flemming Ms. Mary S. Levesque

Professor Janice McKeachern Ms. Katherine Curran Krikorian ’75

Mr. Raymond J. Roy Ms. Mary S. Levesque Mrs. Gloria J. Walczak

Mrs. Clotilde Medeiros Little People’s College, Inc.

Ms. Annette Saulnier Ms. Mona Provencher

Chancellor Professor Philip H. Melanson CEO Resources, Inc. Mr. Thomas J. Sherwin

Ms. Patricia A. Sikora Ms. Carol Taylor The University Society of Providence Mr. Fernando Silva ’60 Mrs. Lucille D. Silva

Mr. Charles Kerr Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Rose

Mrs. Agnes T. Mendes Mr. Andrew M. Mendes Ms. Natalie Mendes Mr. Nicholas Mendes Mrs. Judith G. White

Mrs. Beatrice Korolenka Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler

Ansoo Mustun Ms. Joan R. Adaskin

Mr. Ronald J. LaMeire Professor Vernon L. Ingraham

Mr. Ryan P. Nolan ’07 Mrs. Barbara A. Compton Mrs. Diane M. Clausen Ms. Gina M. Nolan Ms. Elaine M. Tisdale ’09

Chancellor Professor James Kaput Mr. James L. Canavan, Jr. ’75 Ms. Mary K. Grant Mr. Clinton E. Pires ’75 Ms. Brenda KarnasiewiczFreese ’87 Ms. Nancy M. Peresta ’83 Mr. Richard Kennedy Mr. Edward W. ’59 and Mrs. Sandra S. Sylvia

Professor George Leung Automatic Data Processing Ms. Wei Cai

Mr. Brian F. Smith ’02 NSTAR Foundation Ms. Joan L. Pepin ’73 Mr. Robert C. Smith ’80 Mr. Frank B. Sousa, Jr., HD ’00 Ms. Margaret R. Ashton Applied Science Associates, Inc. Atlas Distributing, Inc. Mr. Charles Auclair Auclair Funeral Home, Inc.

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u n i v e r s i t y o f m a s s ac h u s e t t s da rt m o u t h BayCoast Bank Mrs. Becky A. Bettencourt Blount Fine Foods Mr. Edward L. Booth ’76 Ms. Donna Bovi Ms. Mary Louise Braney Burke Distributing Corporation Ms. Julie A. Bursey Mrs. Claire T. Carney ’73, HD ’90 Jose S. Castelo Insurance Agency, Inc. Center for Marketing Research Mrs. Nancy S. Chace Thomas Chew Memorial Boys & Girls Club, Inc. Mr. Earle P. Charlton II, HD ’96 Ms. Bertha M. Coleman Colonial Wholesale Drivers & Warehouse Commercial Distributing Company, Inc. Ms. Patricia Conlan Mrs. Lisa A. Conroy Consolidated Beverages, LLC Mr. Peter Coors Ms. Jennifer L. Corey Cumberland & York Distributors Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Downey Durfee Buffinton Insurance Agency, Inc. Durfee Street Auto Sales, Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund – McHenry Fund Ms. Judith M. Eichner Mrs. Linda M. Faria Ms. Arminda Ferreira Mrs. Dale Ferris Mr. Paul C. Fioretti Mr. Roger H. Fortier ’78 Mrs. Maria D. Furman ’76 Mr. Peter Gallo Mr. David M. Giordano Mr. Gerald P. Hammel Hartford Distributors, Inc. Hofbrauhaus of America, LLC Thomas Hooker Brewing Company, LLC Horizon Beverage Company Ms. Kathleen B. Huges Mrs. Joanne Vincent Isabel Karam Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. Robert S. Karam ’67, HD ’91 L. Knife & Son, Inc. Mr. William M. Knight Knoll, Inc. The Honorable Manuel, HD ’87 and Mrs. Elaine Kyriakakis Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Lafrance

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Judge Elizabeth LaStaiti and Rev. Dr. Edward R. Dufresne Ms. Joyce M. LeBlanc ’89 Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company, Inc. Lemate of New England, Inc. A. J. Luke’s of Harwich Ms. Sharon L. MacFarlane MacLean Charitable Foundation Senator William Q. MacLean, Jr., HD ’80 and Mrs. Mary Jane MacLean McCraith Beverages, Inc. Ms. Joan M. Medeiros ’90 Ms. Maria D. Medeiros Merrimack Valley Distributing Company, Inc. Mike’s Hard Lemonade Mrs. Vivian Milot Mrs. Joan P. Montle Mr. John D. Moore, HD ’96 and Mrs. Elizabeth Isherwood Moore, MBA ’80 Morin & Pepin, Inc. Dr. Thomas M. Mulvey Narragansett Brewing Company National Beer Wholesalers Association New Bedford Area Chamber of Commerce Ms. Frances C. O’Donnell PJ’s Carpets, Inc. Pabst Brewing Company Mrs. Jane G. Parker Dr. Juli L. Parker Peerless Beverage Company Mr. Edgar P. Pereira ’96 Ms. Maria Pereira Lewis M. & Esther Perlstein Family Foundation Ms. Judith Perreault Mrs. Doris C. Perry Ms. Charlene Picard Mrs. Gina M. Placek Mr. Fulton J. Pontes R.T. Consulting Mr. Donald H. Ramsbottom Rep Source Dr. Jeannette E. Riley Mrs. Arlene A. Rodriques Mr. Stan Rottell Sakonnet Properties, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. George P. Santos Mr. Clement F. Sayers Ms. Susanna Scott Seaboard Products Company Mrs. Bette Shapiro Ms. Jeanne E. Sherman Mr. Robert B. Sousa, Jr. ’83

Mr. Roger P. Tache ’80 Taunton Electrical Corporation J.J. Taylor Companies, Inc. Teamsters Local Union No. 59 Third Generation Enterprises, Inc. W.A. Thompson, Inc. Venus de Milo Vermont Information Processing, Inc. Mr. John R. Vincent Mr. Carlton M. Viveiros, HM ’82 Mrs. Elizabeth A. Waring ’80 Westerly Community Credit Union White’s of Westport Williams Distributing Corporation Myron and Marion Wilner Wright Wisner Distributing Corporation Mr. Irving Zangwill ’70 Ms. Emily Steele Ms. Pamela Martin Mr. Kenneth W. Stockwell Ms. MaryBeth Vargas Mrs. Esther Sullivan Mr. Edward W. ’59 and Mrs. Sandra S. Sylvia Mr. Paul Udis Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mrs. Rita Valliere Ms. Louise E. Guay Ms. Marjorie R. Hartnett Ms. Anne Lawton Mrs. Diane M. Silvia ’86 Ms. Jane Vieira Mr. Jose Vargas Mrs. Cecilia B. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Bencks Mr. Christopher B. Ward Mr. Richard J. Ward Mr. Timothy J. Ward Chancellor Professor Richard J. Ward Ms. Joyce M. LeBlanc ’89 UMD Claire T. Carney Library Associates Mr. Donald R. Watson Acushnet Company Tyco Electronics Corporation Don Watson Memorial Golf Tournament

Mr. Jonathan Blake Waxler Ms. Faith Novick Deveaux Ms. Angela A. Fell Mrs. Myra J. Goldberg Ms. Lynne K. Kane Mr. Robert A. Naftoly ’94 Mr. Donald G. ’84 and Mrs. Sharon Nikosey ’83 Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mr. Felix B. Waxler Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Waxler Mrs. Arline White Ms. Patricia A. Ashworth ’75 Ms. Claire P. Boardman Bristol County Plumbing & Gas Inspectors Association Ms. Patricia A. Butterworth Ms. Jane A. Crowley Mrs. Pauline G. D’Alio ’88 Mr. George Flanagan Mrs. Mary Flanagan Mr. William J. Hunt Ms. Janice M. Kirkman Ms. Debra L. Lambert Ms. Mary A. Lamson Ms. Mary P. Lyons Mr. Jason Ollerhead ’95 Mrs. Cecilia R. Pereira Mr. Gregory M. Roy Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sammons M. Sardinha & Sons Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Mrs. Rita Whiteside Mr. John F. Whiteside ’52 Mr. George Wright Mr. Edward W. ’59 and Mrs. Sandra S. Sylvia

To view the list of donors online visit: www.umassd.edu/ publicaffairs/magazine. Every effort has been made to provide a complete and accurate list acknowledging our donors. However, if you notice an error, please accept our apology and contact the Advancement Office at 508.999.8200 or email Advancement@umassd.edu. Thank you.


a n n ua l g i v i n g Advancement Staff Director of Alumni Relations C. Chad Argotsinger Senior Philanthropic Officer Trudy B. Avery Senior Programmer Analyst Thomas C. Brooks Director of Donor Relations Tia Bullard EDP Operator Diane Clausen Executive Office Director Barbara A. Compton

Assistant Chancellor Michael J. Eatough, MA ’09

Senior Philanthropic Officer Donald H. Ramsbottom

Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni Relations Lori A. Jacques

Director of the Annual Fund Jennifer L. Raxter ’98

Administrative Assistant Juanita Lopez ’95 Assistant Vice Chancellor, Principal Gifts and Annual Support Louise Mitchell ’81 Administrative Assistant Gina M. Nolan Accountant Charlene Picard

Assistant Vice Chancellor, Corporate and Foundation Relations Wendy K. Skinner Senior Philanthropic Officer Lara Stone Administrative Assistant Elaine Tisdale Asselin ’09 Administrative Assistant Nancy J. Tooley ’99

UMass Dartmouth Foundation Board of Directors President Dr. Jean F. MacCormack Chancellor Vice President Dr. John Farrington ’66, MS ’68 Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Affairs Chairman Mr. Len Sullivan Vice Chairman Ms. Jody Oliveira Members Ms. Maria D. Furman ‘76 Mr. William E. Giblin ’57, HD ’06

Ms. Diane Laflamme Mr. Thomas A. Lambalot ’85 Mr. Robert F. Leduc ’78 Mr. Gerald Mauretti ’65, HD ’10 Dr. June Roche ’60, HD ’77 Ms. Koreen A. Santos, CPA, CSEP Mr. Henley Webb Mr. William Whelan, HD ’09 Mr. Ronald M. Xavier ’72 Margaret D. Xifaras, Esq. MBA ’78 Mr. Yong Zhang, MS ‘93 Ex Officio Members Ms. Judith A. Lima ‘87 Professor Grant O’Rielly Ms. Deborah McLaughlin Assistant Treasurer

Mr. Michael J. Eatough, MA ’09 Executive Director And Assistant Clerk Honorary Directors Mr. Alan Ades, HD ’96 Mrs. Charlotte Babbitt Mr. Patrick Carney Mr. Kevin Champagne Mrs. Betty Chang Dr. Peter H. Cressy Mr. W. Dale Jones Mr. James J. Karam ‘71, HD ’01 Mr. Harold G. Lash Senator William Q. MacLean, Jr. HD ’80 Ms. Jean E. Whelan

Statement of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action UMass Dartmouth wholeheartedly supports and encourages the development of action programs designed to promote the employment and advancement of women, Blacks, Latinos, Asians, Native Americans, persons with disabilities, and Vietnam-era veterans as a means of assuring compliance with the provisions of campus Affirmative Action plans. The University firmly supports the concept of equal opportunity without regard to an individual’s race, color, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, or veteran status as it applies to his/her employment, admission to and participation in the University’s programs and activities, provision of services, and selection of vendors who provide services or products to

the University. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Assistant Chancellor for Equal Opportunity, Diversity and Outreach Foster Administration Building Room 305, UMass Dartmouth 285 Old Westport Road,Dartmouth, MA 02747 508.910.6405 Inquiries concerning the application of nondiscrimination policies may also be referred to the Regional Director, Office for Civil Rights, US Department of Education Five Post Office Square, 8th Floor Boston, MA 02109-3921 617.289.0111

Ways to Give Cash Many of the gifts received by the UMass Dartmouth Foundation are in the form of cash—usually by check. Increasingly, some alumni and friends have chosen to make their gifts to the Annual Fund using a major credit card. This allows the donor to take advantage of any benefits awarded by the credit card company such as frequent flyer miles, bonus points, etc. Both types of gifts are simple to make and are immediately available for use by the university. Securities Gifts of appreciated stocks, bonds and mutual funds offer distinct advantages to the donor while benefiting the UMass Dartmouth Foundation. In the case of such gifts, the donor can earn a charitable income tax deduction and eliminate all or a large portion of the capital gains tax that the donor would otherwise be required to pay if the securities were sold. Gifts-in-Kind These donations to the UMass Dartmouth Foundation are not direct, monetary contributions; they may consist of real estate and other assets including antiques, paintings, rare books, and equipment. Gifts-in-kind may offer particular tax advantages, depending upon the circumstances of the donor. We suggest that the donor consult with professional counsel for advice on such gifts. Honor or Memorial Gifts Family or friends can make these gifts to benefit UMass Dartmouth and honor campus community members or loved ones. Make a donation Contact the Advancement Office at 508.999.8200 or give online at umassd.edu/donate

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Alumni profile

Scott Wells ’91— Character builder

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cott Wells BFA ’91 is a Character Artist at Treyarch, an Activision Studio in Santa Monica, California. Last November, Treyarch released “Call of Duty: Black Ops,” the best-selling video game in history. Scott and his team were responsible for creating all of the characters that appear in the video game that required digital sculpture, modeling and texture. Prior to Treyarch, Scott was a character/creature modeler at the visual effects studio Rhythm and Hues where he created digital animals, creatures and humans for feature films. We asked Scott if he would answer a few questions and provide insight into his film/video game experiences.

You’ve been involved in a wide variety of artistic projects ranging from television animation and feature film character artist design to sculpture and video game work. It’s a fascinating journey, but we’re curious: 10 or 15 years ago, did you imagine that this would be your career path?

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I’ve always been interested in working in the entertainment field, but my career goals and how I planned to achieve them were different from how things unfolded. In short, two things happened around 2002 that altered my career path: the dot-com crash and meeting my future wife, Patricia. The former got me out of a rather unfulfilling Creative Director position when the company I was working for folded in the spring of 2002. While initially this seemed like a bad thing, in retrospect it freed me up to try something different. I met Pat soon after and she quickly became my best friend and partner in crime. She is a person who is more about doing things than talking about them, so we were off to Georgia where she was hired as Chair of the Animation department at The Savannah College of Art & Design. I enrolled in the MFA program there, and it was the incubation time I really needed to get back to basics, refine my skills and explore some new directions. In fall of 2005, Disney offered my wife a job as Manager of Artistic

Development. We had talked about moving to Los Angeles when I finished up my master’s, but this was the catalyst that got us out here. A few months after arriving, I landed the job at Rhythm & Hues working on Night at the Museum as a digital character/creature modeler. I stayed on at R&H for several other projects and ultimately moved on to Treyarch the following year. My sculpture is purely personal, although it has allowed me to develop some of the skills that serve as the foundation for the new phase of my career. For the most part, I need to be away from the computer when I’m at home, so I like traditional sculpting because it is something real and very relaxing. You’ve worked on some interesting films: The Golden Compass, Night at the Museum, Evan Almighty, to name a few. Did you ever have the occasion to interact with the actors or director, or was your involvement mostly spent working long days in front of a computer?


Alumni profile I’ve met a few people but not necessarily names people would recognize outside the film industry. Unfortunately, most of my time was spent in front of a workstation interacting with coworkers and VXF (visual special effects) supervisors. Oddly, I’ve had more interactions with celebrities since I started working in the video game industry— a lot of pro athletes, actors and celebrities take tours of Treyarch. Overall, my brushes with celebrities have more to do with attending film openings and parties for my wife’s work. You eventually switched over from films to video games. What precipitated the shift and what are the major differences? The decision was really a pragmatic one. We were building our house in 2007-08 and there are certain financial realities that go along with that. The film work I was doing was contract-based and although it was going well, I was always concerned about future paychecks. My original goal when we moved to L.A. was to work in film and since I accomplished that, it made switching over to games a little easier. Initially, I accepted the Treyarch job to work on the James Bond “Quantum of Solace” game with the idea that the project would last two years and that I’d transition back to film after the project ended. Ultimately, I realized the video game work was very similar to film plus I had a wider, more interesting range of responsibilities as a game artist. Transitioning onto the “Call of Duty” team after Bond made a lot of sense given the state of the economy and the track record of the franchise. Now that I’m working on my third title I’ve found that I really enjoy the work and plan on staying in games for the foreseeable future. “Call of Duty: Black Ops” is the most successful video game in history (raking in $650 million in five days and $1 billion in a little more than a month). Did you expect it to be this successful, and how has your involvement affected your career?

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Advice? “Just keep chipping away at your goals.. Opportunities will come from unexpected places and it’s all about being prepared to take advantage of them.” Early on, I had no idea. The franchise had a pretty good track record, so I assumed it could do well. “Modern Warfare” was another version of the “Call of Duty” games and it was the big boy on the block, so I just hoped “Black Ops” could approach some portion of their success. I started to get some idea that it would be pretty slick after our first big press demo in the spring. The pre-orders that resulted from the press buzz were very good over the summer, so that was a positive. Still, I don’t think anyone expected the type of sales we experienced. It’s been pretty gratifying to be involved in something this big. Everyone seems to play “Black Ops” or have people in there family who do, so when my job comes up in casual conversation I usually get a pretty cool reaction. It’s also allowed me the opportunity to return the favor to my wife by supporting us while she earns her doctorate in Education at the University of Southern California. Los Angeles certainly has its advantages but also its drawbacks, for example: living among millions of Lakers fans. What is the greatest benefit to you about living in southern California? And the drawbacks? I lived in New England for the first 33 years of my life and it’s where my family

and best friends are, so it will always be special. Having said that, L.A. is really a great place to live. The weather is awesome and you’ve got the oceans, mountains, and a variety of interesting little areas in the city. It’s such a big place that no matter what your interests, you can find it here. A lot of the entertainment industry is here, so that’s great for me. We built our house up in the mountains of the Angeles National Forest, so I live in a really cool quiet private neighborhood on top of a mountain and I work near the beach in Santa Monica. Can’t beat that! Of course, the two big drawbacks are cost of living and traffic, but that hasn’t come close to overshadowing the benefits so far. Lakers and Raiders fans are an annoyance too, but what can you do? They come with the package. Any career advice that you can share with alumni? Just keep chipping away at your goals or pursue what ever lights you up inside. Opportunities will come from unexpected places and it’s all about being prepared to take advantage of them. Also, keep buying video games. Buy lots of them!

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UMass Dartmouth alums saluted St. Patrick in style at the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Naples, FL this winter. (above) Christine and Charles ’66 Dalbec, Donald Brody ’71, and Sandra Brody. (right) Mike and Teri ’71 Sloan.

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William H. Marsden ’54, chemistry dyeing, Orleans, who is a proud graduate of one of our predecessor institutions, Bradford Durfee College of Technology, writes about how the education he received gave him a rewarding career covering 46 years and four companies, allowing him to travel internationally and to just about every state in the USA. He is enjoying retirement with his wife, Dale, on Cape Cod.

Augustine “Gus” Silveira, Jr. ’57, (left) textile chemistry, HD ’75, Fairhaven and San Clemente, CA, received an Honorary Doctorate of Science, and gave the 2011 Commencement Speech at

SUNY Oswego, where he is a Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus. Silveira also collaborated on research projects for 23 years with Dr. Ei-ichi Negishi (in photo with Silveira) who was recently awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. He and his wife, Beverly, have spent time traveling and continue to enjoy square dancing, tai chi, biking and interacting with their four grandchildren.

Mary Santos ’74, painting/3D studies, Wareham, writes that since retiring from the UMass Dartmouth Campus Store, she has started her 16th season at Mahoney’s Garden Center in Falmouth. You’ll find her in the perennials!!

Edward Cederholm, Jr. ’77, marketing, Weymouth, writes after a 22-year career in retail, he became an electrician in 1994. Edward owns Cederholm Electrical, an electrical contracting firm with his son, Christian. The company specializes in commercial service contracts on residential and commercial projects throughout Boston and the South Shore.

Thomas Brian Donnelly ’76, biology, MA ’90, Chagzhou, China, formerly Mattapoisett, is teaching in the Ameson International High School Program in China. The retired teacher from the New Bedford High School science department is enjoying life in China.

Patrick J. McNamara ’77, marketing, MBA ’82, Marston’s Mills, works as a Quality Control Specialist at the Air Force Station in Cape Cod. He retired from the military at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He served as Detachment Commander, Director of Personnel, and a

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variety of leadership positions within an Air Force Combat Communications Group headquarters. He was also a pilot trainee and aircraft maintenance officer on a variety of aircraft. McNamara has earned prestigious military honors; he received the American Red Cross Hero Award in 2005 and the Massachusetts Medal of Merit in 2011. He has worked as a private pilot for over 30 years. Steven C. Sharek ’77, English, JD, ’96, Dartmouth, was appointed the superintendent-director at Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School in Fitchburg. Gary Souza ’78, economics, Fairhaven, is serving with the

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Class Notes and Alumni News United Nations (UN) Peacekeeping Force in Liberia as a Senior Police Advisor for the Liberian National Police. He retired as the Fairhaven Chief of Police in 2009 and is a former Bristol County Assistant District Attorney. When not posted internationally by the UN he maintains a home in Fairhaven with his wife, Kathleen. James S. Griffin ’79, mechanical engineering, Little Compton, RI, won the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) Bronze Medal for 2011 which is an annual award that recognizes outstanding individual achievements in science or engineering in the field of undersea warfare. Griffin, works at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Newport as the head of the Autonomous and Defensive Systems Department. LuAnn Viera ’79, English, Dartmouth, has stayed in touch with her alma mater the last couple of years by working in the Center for Policy Analysis at UMass Dartmouth.

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Joseph P. Barrett ’82, Spanish, Wayland, retired after almost 28 years as a Special Agent with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Barrett is now a Vice President in the Global Security & Investigations department of JP Morgan Chase. He lives with his wife, Elizabeth Miscia Barrett ’82, Spanish, and their three daughters in Wayland. Cathleen Carpenter Morey ’82, medical technology, Adams, earned her master of social work degree from Smith College in 2000. She works as a senior social worker, family therapist, and clinical supervisor at the Austen Riggs Center, a private psychiatric hospital in Stockbridge. She has published in the area of schizophrenia and family therapy, and has presented on the topics

of intergenerational family dynamics, suicidality, and schizophrenia, as well as enactment of family dynamics. Morey lives with her husband, Timothy Morey, a District Court clerk-magistrate. Her daughter, Kaylee is a senior at UMass Dartmouth majoring in political science. Her son, Nicholas, attends college and is studying criminal justice. Morey has been involved in child welfare advocacy, serving on the board of directors of the Berkshire Children and Families. She has also advocated for statewide system reform to aid children in need of permanent homes through education and legislative lobbying. Morey enjoys running, tennis, traveling, and gardening. Loretta Blake ’83, sociology, New Bedford, has been appointed to the Standard-Times editorial board as the SouthCoast community member to the board for the first half of 2012. Blake also serves as director of the SouthCoast Education Compact, a UMass Dartmouth program in the Center for University, School and Community Partnerships. Brian Helgeland ’83, English, HD ’05, Malibu, CA, is writing and directing the film 42 which is about Jackie Robinson. The film is slated to debut on April 12, 2013, in time for the 66th anniversary of “Jackie Robinson Day.” Harrison Ford has signed on to play Brooklyn Dodgers general manager Branch Rickey; and Chadwick Boseman will play Jackie Robinson. Jackie’s widow, Rachel, who will be played by Nicole Beharie, has also been an active consultant on the script. Mary Louise Nunes ’83, accounting, Dartmouth, was appointed to the Professional Ethics Executive Committee by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. She serves as chair of the Town of Dartmouth Finance Committee, treasurer of the Community

Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts, director and incoming treasurer of the Portuguese-American Leadership Council of the United States (PALCUS), trustee of the Greater New Bedford Industrial Foundation, and member and former chair of the Advisory Board of the Department of Accounting & Finance at the University of Massachusetts’ Charlton College of Business. John ’JT’ Thomas ’84, marketing, Selangor, Malaysia, writes that after being in the US for the last 31 years, he has retired and relocated to Malaysia and would love to hear from old friends from “SMU” who would remember him as JT. His email address is msiajt@yahoo.com. Kevin J. Thibault ’85, civil engineering, Tallahassee, FL, was named the 2012 chairman of the Floridians for Better Transportation Board, an advocacy group that promotes improved transportation for the people of Florida. Deidre O’Connell Diodati ’87, visual design, Naples, FL and her husband, Henry, both native New Englanders, own and operate the Wharf Tavern Restaurant and Lobster House in Olde Naples. Authentic New England seafood is the specialty. Together they have owned four successful restaurants and also run a Bed & Breakfast (www.capricornhouse. com) on Martha’s Vineyard. Linda Ryan ’89, management, Deland, FL, writes she was diagnosed with recurring cervical cancer at the age of 43. In an

effort to support her, friends organized a 5K run to raise funds in the fight against cancer. Ryan, who found a lump in her neck four weeks after running a marathon, believes there is good that can come out of a cancer diagnosis. She encourages people to live a healthy lifestyle so they are prepared in the event they encounter an unfortunate life event. She has been keeping a blog (http://mestrong-linda. blogspot.com/) which details the journey of living with cancer. John Theriault ’89, political science, Boston, is a principal at Truventis, a social media management consulting firm focused on strategy, human capital, branding, and communications and the host of the Digital Insider Radio show on WSAR Radio.

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Brian Kelley ’92, mechanical engineering technology, Andover, CT, works for Siemens Industries, Inc. as account manager in industry sales for the RI, SE Mass and Worcester areas. Susan Arciero ’93, visual design/ illustration, Pinehurst, NC, illustrated the book and New York Times bestseller Sweet Land of Liberty authored by Callista Gingrich, the wife of republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich. The book answers the question, “How did America become the land of the free?” Ellis the elephant sets off on a quest to find out the answer. Other books illustrated by Arciero include Nat, Nat the Nantucket Cat and Cornelius Vandermouse: the Pride of Newport. Arciero lives with her husband, three children and two basset hounds. Priscilla D. Facha DiMaio, JD ’93, Providence, was re-appointed by Mayor Joseph Polisena to the Johnston-Smithfield Juvenile Hearing Board.

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Class Notes and Alumni News John Graham ’93, management, Abington, works as a sales consultant and internet sales manager at Midway Automotive Corp. in Abington. Bingtown Promotions, his marketing company for promotional products, is still in business. Jeff Schoonover ’94, physics, Somerset, the chairman of the Portsmouth High School science department, was appointed the new interim director of instruction and assessment of the Portsmouth High School. Schoonover is also a visiting lecturer for the physics department at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth and Bridgewater State University. Jennifer Markey Golden, JD ’95, New Bedford, was appointed the director of development of GiftsToGive, a non-profit whose primary mission is engaging large numbers of students of all ages in tangible philanthropy, community service and learning. Golden previously served as the development director at YMCA Southcoast. Amanda Martinez ’95, political science, Cambridge, was recognized on El Planeta newspaper’s Powermeter List of the 100 most influential people in the Hispanic community. El Planeta newspaper is the largest circulating Spanish publication in Massachusetts. Eric T. Shediac, JD ’95, Winchester, works for McLane, Graf, Raulerson and Middleton, in real estate and small business law.

compliance needs governing audits. She is a volunteer for the March of Dimes and at St. Stanislaus School in Fall River. David J. Field ’97, civil and environmental engineering, South Attleboro, was named the Director of Easton’s Public Works Department. Prior to accepting this high profile position he served as the Director of Engineering for Dedham. George Costa ’99, mechanical engineering, Fall River, now owns Rennen Design Group, located in Middleboro, MA, which is a rider-owned BMX company that specializes in high-tech BMX parts and training tools. Costa’s background in robotics and mechanical engineering has led to some of the most advanced gears in BMX. While at UMass Dartmouth, he became interested and involved with robotics while working for Titleist, the golf ball and golf accessory manufacturer located in Fairhaven. James Johnson Grady ’99, visual design, Boston and his wife, Christina Scherpf Grady, welcomed Joyce Johnson Grady, on August 3, 2011.

Robert Millard-Mendez, MFA ’99, Evansville, IN, is an assistant art professor at University of Southern Indiana in Evansville. Citing American folk art as an influence, Millard-Mendez’s sculptured creations have been exhibited in galleries throughout the East Coast and Midwest during the last 15-plus years. Danielle Renaud ’99, graphic design, Grafton, married Timothy J. Walker, Jr. on October 9, 2011 in Kennebunkport, Maine. Danielle works as a senior usability specialist with MathWorks in Natick.

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George Mark Melonas, MFA ’00, Baltimore, MD, nicknamed “Luke” is the founder and lead designer of Luke Works, a custom home accessory company specializing in custom concrete and wood products as well as Scandinavian–inspired designs with sleek curves and clean minimalist look. Luke Works uses sustainably harvested forest products as well as reclaimed or recycled products. Aaron Panitz ’00, sculpture/3D, Annapolis, MD, is married to Aileen Panitz and works in customer service management at a marina in Annapolis.

Michael Jones, JD ’96, Falmouth was promoted to sergeant for the Milford Police Department. Robin Eubank ’97, (above) accounting, Fall River was promoted to supervisor at Sullivan and Company which she joined the firm in 2004 and works with clients in the nonprofit and education industries, advising clients on

Covario, Inc., the San Diegobased search marketing agency and software firm. Martin is recognized throughout the search marketing industry as one of the leading authorities on Mobile SEO. Martin teaches at San Diego State University and is a frequent speaker at SES and other industry conferences.

Joy weighed 8 lbs. 11 oz. and was 19.25 inches long. Michael Martin ’99, computer engineering, San Diego, works as a senior SEO strategist at

Kristi Oliver ’01, art education, Millis, was named the Massachusetts Art Educator of the year 2012 by the National Art Education Association. Sherry Vieira ’01, nursing, Dighton, was married to Ronnie

Rodrigues on November 11, 2011. Sherry works as a nurse at Women and Infants Hospital in Providence, RI.

Victoria Tsatsis Thomas ’02, textile science, New York, NY, married Rich Thomas on July 30, 2011 at Castle Hill in Newport RI. Vicky has worked for Tommy Hilfiger for five years and is the manager of fabric research and development. Matthew Paul Gallant ’04, civil engineering, Cumberland, RI and Danielle Jeanne Lemoi were married October 15, 2011. Gallant works as a civil engineer with Camp Dresser and McKee Inc. in Providence, RI. Jonathan D. Dickinson, MBA ’05, East Falmouth, an Operational Management Consultant, has been recognized by 2012 Cambridge Worldwide Who’s Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in operations management. Dickinson is responsible for managing organizational behavioral management and supply chain management within the grocery, retail and manufacturing industries. Michael Jones, JD ’05, Uxbridge, was sworn into the position of police sergeant in October. Jones has been a police officer in Milford for 17 years. Jaimy Mauricio ’05, MBA, Newport, RI, a chemical engineer turned author, wrote and published a science fiction book (Continued on page 40)

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In Memoriam UMass Dartmouth Remembers… Louise Goodrum, strong voice for female athletes During her 13 years of service at UMass Dartmouth, Louise Goodrum mentored countless female athletes and numerous female staff members. Louise safeguarded access and equity for female athletes by ensuring compliance with federal Title IX regulations, and expanded opportunities for female athletes through the expansion of the Athletics Department. UMass Dartmouth’s varsity sports program now includes 14 sports for women, along with 12 for men. Her brothers, Dr. Philip Goodrum and Ralph Goodrum, came from New York and Vermont respectively to accept the award in her memory. Louise is, and will be, missed by the UMass Dartmouth community.

SMU President Donald E. Walker 1921-2011 When Southeastern Massachusetts University was in crisis in the early 1970s, then-Chairman of the Board of Trustees David Greer knew he needed a leader who could “put our campus together again.” That leader was Don Walker. As President from 1972 to 1983, Walker, in the words of the New Bedford Standard-Times, “gave SMU and the region vision, leadership, and stability.” To that list, add courtesy, consensus and collegiality, the values that Don Walker lived by. “If you involve the people who have a stake in things when making a decision,” he said, “you’ll always get a better decision.” Don Walker literally wrote the book on how to lead a university. The Effective Administrator, which he wrote while SMU president, was for years the standard guide for university executives.

In Memoriam August 2011 to March 2012 Herman G. Sandler ’39 Thomas Matthews ’40 MIlton Rhodes ’41 Anne Manzi ’42 Francis J. Beaulieu ’51 C. Charles Rendino ’51 Thomas Walsh ’51 Stanley Palys ’54 Ernest Poitras ’58 William K. Burke ’59 Stephen R. Furman ’59 Donald Gray ’59 Peter Inglese ’59 Dr. Charles E. Stearns HD ’62 Joseph Taffe ’62 Gerald J. Boucher ’64 Claude A. Leblanc ’64 John N. Peters ’64 Glen Shoesmith ’64 Michael Szydlowske ’64 John Joseph Viera ’64 Robert A. Alves ’65 William Cabral ’65 Paul N. Dextraze ’65

Ron Wade ’65 Michael Bellavance ’66 Robert Cliff ’67 John Frechette ’69 Frederick Walczyk ’69 Robert F. Reed, Jr. ’70 Dennis W. Donnelly ’71 Paul Dupere ’71 Donald Gamache ’71 Dean Gilmore ’72 Richard Massison ’72 Robert Bigelow ’73 Michele Magaletta ’73 William Porter ’73 Wendy L. Stewart ’73 David Borden ’75, MBA ’86 Lucy Carreiro ’75 Timothy Donovan ’77 Clark A. Smedstad ’77 Robert D. Millette MFA ’78 Joseph Offley ’78 Lorraine Jacobs ’79 Jeffrey Cranshaw ’80 Allan E. Edwards ’81

The proof is in the numbers. Under his leadership, full-time enrollment and faculty rose by 33% and the budget tripled to $21 million. A Missouri native, Don Walker was the son and grandson of college professors. He attended the University of Southern California, and earned his Ph.D. in sociology at Stanford in 1954—the same year he stepped into university administration as dean of students at then-San Diego State College. He also served as the nation’s youngest university president at Idaho State and in other roles at Sonoma State College and UC Irvine. Don Walker died in Los Angeles and is survived by two grandchildren.

Diana Deschenes Gallagher ’84 Susan Mullen ’85 John Conlan ’86 Edith Silva ’85 Janice R. Charbonneau Gonzaga Krouzek ’86 Reginald J. Hickney ’87 Ann Carey ’88 William Barrs ’89 Nancy Crowell Hawes ’89 Robert Newbold ’89 Horace Martin ’90 Charles Bogosian, JD’91 Nancy Jennings ’91 Michael Laskaris ’91 Aimee L. Coulombe Chadbourne ’92 Thomas McCabe, JD’92 Joseph Medeiros, JD ’92 Gordon Simard, JD 92 Thomas Dowd, JD ’93 James Lynch, JD ’93 John Perchard ’93 Patricia Doyle, JD ’95 Robert McIntyre, JD ’95 H. Judson Terzian, JD ’95

Michael Betts, JD ’96 Karen Gesmondi, JD ’96 Peter Sosnowski, JD ’96 Paul Murphy, JD ’97 Edward Hoey, JD ’98 Joseph Taylor, JD ’98 Lawrence Pober, JD ’99 David Esposito, JD ’00 Ronya Gosmon ’00 Kirk O’Brien, JD ’00 Katherine Douglas ’01 Maeve D. Hickok, MA ’02, News & Public Information, retired Carroll M. Chase ’02, MA ’06 Joseph LaRiviere ’03 Shirley Howe ’04 Elizabeth Barrett ’07 Karen Duarte ’07 Carl Lee Pacheco ’11 Thomas Barrett Helene Buckley Louise Goodrum, Athletics Leonard Konarske Paul Gregory Walde Robert Mullens, Athletics, retired

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Phil Lavoie ’97, (third from left) marketing & business information systems, Indianapolis, IN, was elected to serve as the Vice President of the Broad Ripple Village Association. Phil moved to Indianapolis in order to ’retire’ his software sales career but quickly became involved with the start up technology scene. In December he travelled with nine other tech gurus to launch uFlavor, the world’s first user generated beverage company. They toured on a large 65-foot motor coach visiting many of the west coast’s startup cities. Some of the highlights included Phil doing the worm with M.C. Hammer, meeting CEO’s of major companies, and having the time of his life. He had so much fun he joined the company full time as their Customer Advocate. (Continued from page 38)

titled Beyond 2012: Watch Where You’re Going. While working as an engineer and business professional, he researches and maintains an interest in metaphysics, consciousness, religion, history and ufology and is an avid New England sports fan.

Emily Sievert ’05, textile design, New York, NY. After graduating, Emily moved to New York City, attended the Fashion Institute of Technology for one year, then worked for three years for a French textile design software company, Point Carre. She worked one year as a designer with Coach, and is currently

save these dates for

Upcoming 2012 Alumni Events Aug. 2, 2012 Boston Red Sox at Fenway vs. Minnesota Twins Aug. 4, 2012 UMass at McCoy Stadium: Pawtucket Red Sox vs. Lehigh Valley IronPigs Aug. 16, 2012

Third Thursday at Davy’s Locker

Sept. 22, 2012 Homecoming Nov. 8, 2012

Alumni Awards

Dec. 22, 2012

New Bedford Family Holiday Pops

Visit www.umassd.edu/alumni for a complete listing of all upcoming alumni events and programs.

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employed by J. Crew, where she works as a designer. Kathleen ’Kat’ Gately ’06, history and anthropology, East Wareham and Mexico City, works for Revive Mexico, fighting against human trafficking in Mexico with Bethany Hines ’06, visual graphic design, Providence, R.I., Together they received a congressional award from the Mexican government for their work to end modern slavery. Joan Stratton ’06, sociology, Mattapoisett, was named by the Standard-Times editorial board as a new member from the SouthCoast community to the board for the first half of 2012. Stratton works as a licensed social worker providing individual and group outpatient therapy at High Point Treatment Center in New Bedford. David Yoken, MBA ’06, New Bedford, is the founder and president of Macuity which he started five years ago with the belief that Apple-focused IT services, combined with the highest-rate customer service possible, would provide unparalleled value for businesses. Prior to founding Macuity,

David worked as a political campaign professional, traveling the country on national and statewide political campaigns. Steven Martins ’07, political science, New Bedford, was elected New Bedford City Council President and named 2011 Top Young Professionals by New England Business Bulletin. Martins currently serves on the UMass Dartmouth Alumni Association Board of Directors. Lenora Benson ’09, sociology, Brockton, was crowned the winner of the 2011 Miss Black Massachusetts pageant on January 7, 2012. A late entrant to the pageant world, she signed up for her first competition after graduating and serving five years in the Army National Guard, where she is a first lieutenant platoon leader in the 125th Quartermaster Co. of Worcester. Through her military service, Benson has served in Haiti, helping to purify water for local residents and U.S. military members. She also served in two state-side missions, assisting when an MWRA pipe burst in Weston and preparing and placing sandbags during the intense spring flooding in 2010.


Class Notes and Alumni News She will compete in Miss Black USA in Washington, DC in August. Jennin Boyer ’09, accounting, Acushnet, was promoted to the position of Senior Accountant by Sullivan & Company where she worked as an intern and was hired as a staff member in 2009. Boyer is pursuing her MBA. Vanessa Brooks ’09, marketing, Fitzwilliam, NH, a former child model, Brooks works as assistant to the president of Surell Accessories of Troy, NY. The company manufactures and imports fur, shearling and faux fur fashion accessories —hats, earmuffs, vests, headbands and the like— sold in major department stores across the country. Robert R. Dobias, ’09, liberal arts, Swampscott, received his Massachusetts Certified Arborist designation from the Massachusetts Arborist Association. Dobias is employed by Leahy Landscaping, Inc. in the Tree Division.

Jason I. Matthews ’09, psychology, Dartmouth, has returned to Joint Base McGuireDix-Lakehurst, N.J., after being deployed to Afghanistan serving in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in the US Army National Guard. First Lieutenant Matthews, a signal officer with the 26th Signal Company, has served for seven years.

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Lindsey Hoban ’10, marketing, West Roxbury, works as the head trainer at West Roxbury’s Get In Shape For Women. She holds an AFAA group exercise instructor certification, is a lifestyle and weight management specialist through the National Exercise & Sports Trainers Association, and was a group instructor and personal trainer for Fitness Inspired Training. Nicole Marie Pitts ’10, computer & information science, East Freetown, and William Edward Furlan II were married November 11, 2011. She earned her master’s

degree from Pennsylvania State University and works as a software engineer with General Dynamics. Kim Barry, MFA ’11, Mattapoisett, is teaching at UMass Dartmouth in the College of Visual and Performing Arts. Valentina Brown ’11, music, Billerica, received her TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) certification, taught from JulyDecember, raised over $1000 for a children’s home in Africa, and now is volunteering at the centre in Moshi, Tanzania for 6 months. Check out her blog! http:// valentina-brown.blogspot.com/. Caitlin Fischer ’11, history, Dracut, teaches English in the Republic of Georgia. Her study abroad experiences at UMass Dartmouth in Spain with Professor Biron and at the American University in Cairo gave her the confidence to teach abroad. The experience is great, and she is living with a host family in the city of Nukriani, where she teaches grade one

through grade six at one of two schools in the village. When she returns in July, she will be a teaching fellow with Citizen Schools at Normandin Middle School in New Bedford. Patrick J. Noonan, JD ’11, North Easton, works as an Assistant District Attorney for the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office. Jodi Stevens, MFA ’11, Summerfield, was a winner of the Creative Promise Awards for Student Excellence from the Surface Design Association, a national organization devoted to increasing awareness, understanding, and appreciation of textiles in the art and design communities as well as in the general public. View her portfolio at www.jodistevensart.com.

Send us your news and photos, we want to hear form you www.umassd.edu/alumni

call for nominations

2012 Alumni Awards–Celebrating Leadership & Excellence Do you know a UMass Dartmouth alum who embodies a spirit of leadership and service? The UMass Dartmouth Alumni Association and the UMass Law Alumni Association annually recognize alumni and others who have brought honor and excellence to the university through their service and achievements. Nominations are currently being solicited for various alumni awards. For more information about the awards and the nominating process, visit www.umassd.edu/alumni and www.umassd.edu/law/alumni or contact the Alumni Relations Office at 508.999.8031. Nominations and supporting documentation are due to the Alumni Relations Office by August 17, 2012.

Chancellor MacCormack presents James Karam ’71 with the 2012 Distinguished Alumni Service Award.

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Kathy, David ’76, and Amy Rossemeisl cheered on the Red Sox at Nationals Park in Washington, DC.

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Amy Morse ’03 and Chris Bruser soaked up the sun at an alumni gathering prior to the Red Sox vs. Nationals game on April 3.

UMass Dartmouth alums love their Red Sox!

(above, L-R) Joe and Lorraine ’62 Keene and Steven ’69 and Donna Mikolazyk joined fellow alums at the new JetBlue Park in Fort Myers, FL in March to watch the Red Sox vs. the Toronto Blue Jays game.

Kathleen Robinson and Robert Burstein ’61 enjoyed a Sox game at McKechnie Field in Bradenton, FL.

UMass Dartmouth Magazine Spring 2012  

A magazine for alumni and friends of the university

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