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The Hudson Valley Community College - HVCC

The Hudson Valley

Community College

Photo by Anthony Salamone

The Foundation’s annual

Distinguished Service Awards are

given to those individuals who

have a strong and lasting impact

on the college. In 2006, the

recipients were: Keith Leal, vice

president of construction

management, U. W. Marx

Construction; Mark T. Breslin

’58; Gordon N. Zuckerman ’62;

James A. Walsh ’61; Senator

Joseph L. Bruno. They are joined

by Hudson Valley President Drew

Matonak and Alumni Association

President Peter Semenza ’84.

Foundation

Hudson Valley Community College, Foundation

Receive $912,672 in Charitable Support in 2006-07

Contributions funded scholarships, academic programs, endowments

Philanthropic support to Hudson Valley

Community College and its charitable foundation

totaled $912,672 during the 2006-07

academic year.

Cash and in-kind donations came from

corporations, faculty, staff, alumni and charitable

foundations, and benefited a variety of the

college’s academic programs, including high-cost

programs in allied health and the technologies.

Donations also funded more than $236,635 in

Hudson Valley Community College Foundation

scholarships. The awards, ranging from $75 to

full-tuition, books and fees, were given to more

than 263 students studying everything from

Electrical Construction and Maintenance to

Early Childhood.

Hudson Valley Community College, and

colleges throughout the country, annually report

philanthropic support to the Voluntary Support of

Education Survey, which is the authoritative

national source of information on private giving

to colleges and universities. The RAND Council

for Aid to Education, a division of the RAND

Corporation, has managed the survey as a

public service for more than 50 years.

Corporate gifts totaled $445,836, which was

nearly 49 percent of all charitable support to the

college; that mirrors giving to community colleges

and public institutions nationwide. General Motors

(Raytheon) of Tarrytown, NY made the largest

corporate gift, donating automotive equipment

and tools valued at $51,906 to benefit the

college’s automotive programs.

Albany Medical Center, DaimlerChrysler and

U.W. Marx Construction made other significant

corporate gifts. Albany Medical Center contributed

$36,801 for its scholarship program for students

pursuing health care-related associate’s degrees.

Daimler-Chrysler donated automotive equipment

valued at $32,550 to support the college’s

Automotive Service Educational Program.

U.W. Marx’s gift totaled $20,000: $10,000

benefited the college’s Annual Fund and $10,000

supported the Construction Technology Fund.

The Foundation also received support from

other charitable foundations, including $40,700

from the Second Chance Scholarship Foundation

to benefit the Foundation’s Second Chance

Scholarship Fund, which provides merit-based

scholarships to students who have overcome

tremendous personal obstacles to continue

their education.

Unrestricted gifts from individuals, including

alumni, faculty and staff totaled $113,424, which

comprised 46 percent of the college’s Annual

Fund. The Annual Fund—which had its most

successful year with $244,325 raised—assists the

college in meeting unmet needs and seizing

unexpected opportunities.

The Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable

corporation formed in 1983 to philanthropically

support the college’s mission. Gifts from alumni,

corporations and friends are used to enhance

programs, facilities and scholarship opportunities.

New Funds Established

The Kintz Plastic, Inc. Manufacturing

Technical Systems Scholarship was created to

assist a graduating high school senior planning to

enroll in the Manufacturing Technical Systems

program. Preference will be extended to students

residing in Albany, Montgomery, Schenectady or

Schoharie counties.

The Zak, Inc. Manufacturing Technical

Systems Scholarship also was awarded for the

first time in Fall 2007 to a graduating high school

senior. The Zak, Inc. Scholarship award amount

is based on the recipient’s G.P.A. for each

semester. The scholarship has no county

residency preference.

The Roy J. McDonald ‘67 G.I. Scholarship

is named in honor of Assemblyman Roy J.

McDonald, a 1967 graduate of the college and

member of the Foundation’s Board of Directors.

The scholarship is awarded to a full-time or

part-time student who is on active duty or a

veteran of the United States military or New York

State National Guard. Preference will be extended

to residents of Rensselaer, Saratoga and

Washington counties.

The Jason Irving Doeg Memorial Scholarship

honors the memory of Jason Irving Doeg, a 2002

Hudson Valley Individual Studies graduate. His

mother, Sandra, established the scholarship after

Jason’s death in 2005. This scholarship is awarded

to a full-time, matriculated senior transferring to

a four-year college or university or professional

school. Preference is extended to students

planning to major in English or creative writing

at the transferring institution.

The Rev. Dr. Dennis Nagi Scholarship is

awarded to a graduating senior in the School of

Liberal Arts and Sciences with a minimum 3.0

G.P.A. The recipient must be transferring to a

four-year college or university with plans to

major in history. A long-time employee of the

college, Dennis held many roles including faculty

member and department chair of the college’s

Liberal Arts and Sciences program. He also was

instrumental in the establishment of the college’s

Liberal Arts Honors program. Dennis and his wife,

Candice, are long-time supporters of the

Foundation. This is their third scholarship

established to support Hudson Valley students.

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Foundation Highlights 2006-07

The Karen Swanick Scrivani ’94 Memorial

Nursing Scholarship is named in memory of

Karen Swanick Scrivani, a 1994 graduate of

Hudson Valley’s Nursing program and daughter

of Bob Swanick, a long-time employee of the

college’s admissions office. Karen was very

proud to be a health care professional, and she

worked as a nurse at many prestigious health

care organizations across the country after

graduating from the Nursing program at Hudson

Valley. Bob, his wife, Joyce, and their family felt

it would be fitting to memorialize Karen by

establishing an endowed scholarship at the

Hudson Valley Community College Foundation.

This scholarship supports an incoming student

of the college’s Nursing program.

The Sean Anthony Kelleher Memorial

Scholarship honors the memory of Sean

Anthony Kelleher, who studied Construction

Technology at the college. His parents and

brother established the scholarship after Sean’s

death in May 2006. A native of Niskayuna, Sean

was a construction field superintendent with

Boston, Mass.-based Suffolk Construction

Company, where he worked on projects

including the historic restoration of the Suffolk

County Courthouse and the Bethel Woods

Center for the Arts near Woodstock.

The Northeastern Subcontractors

Association (NESCA) Scholarship was

established to support graduating high school

seniors planning to enroll in the Electrical

Construction and Maintenance or Construction

Technology program. Preference will be

extended to applicants demonstrating a

relationship to NESCA (son, daughter or other

relative of a NESCA member or an employee

of a NESCA member).

A Teacher Preparation Fund was created

by an anonymous donor to support full

scholarships for tuition and textbooks for

students from Head Start programs in Albany

to complete three Hudson Valley courses:

Diversity in Education, Culturally Responsive

Teaching, and Building Partnerships with

Diverse Families.

Departmental Support Funds for Building

Technology Systems; Construction Technology;

History, Philosophy and Social Sciences; and

Individual Studies and Liberal Arts were

created to support initiatives as identified by

departmental faculty, their department chair

and deans. Needs could include shared

workshops, guest speakers/panels, seminars,

program development, community functions,

class field trips, student activities, student

awards, and recognition events and special

equipment/supply needs.

Educational Opportunity Center Fund

was established from proceeds of the EOC’s

40th Anniversary Celebration held in September

2006. The fund will support Capital District

Educational Opportunity Center initiatives as

identified by the executive director, EOC faculty

and staff.

Initiatives Supported by

the Foundation in 2006-07

$246,908 disbursed to 267 students

for scholarships

$73,711 disbursed for non-scholarship

restricted fund initiatives:

■ $32,800 for the Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr.

Clock Tower Project

■ $11,000 for Workforce Development

Training Grant with Questar

■ $10,000 for design and renovation

concepts for the Maureen Stapleton

Theatre

■ $5,978 for sports-related initiatives,

including the college’s first basketball

invitational

■ $3,138 for Manufacturing Technical

Systems capstone projects

■ $2,176 for students facing emergency

situations

■ $2,087 for Disability Resource Center

scooter security system

■ $1,400 for training staff and summer

counselors for college’s youth summer

camp programs

■ $1,375 for various initiatives through

departmental funds for

— English, Modern Languages, and

English as a Second Language

— History, Philosophy and Social

Sciences

■ $1,000 to assist employee facing

emergency situation

■ $1,000 for service learning awareness

■ $957 for DaimlerChrysler capstone project

■ $250 to assist students in the Learning

Assistance Center

■ $550 for animal rights speakers

$94,000 disbursed for support of

college initiatives

■ $63,129 for Presidential Honors

Scholarship

■ $9,990 for furniture in Siek Campus Center

and Bulmer Telecommunications Center

■ $17,000 for the Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr.

Clock Tower project

■ $3,000 to enhance the Hudson Valley

Community College Emergency Assistance

Fund for Employees

■ $756 for PARTEST software for the

college’s Nursing program

■ $125 gas cards for Admissions initiative

$152,848 in non-monetary gifts

to the college:

■ General Motors vehicles and tools valued

at $51,906 for the college’s Automotive

Technical Systems Department

■ Dodge Nitro valued at $32,550 for the

college’s Automotive Technical Systems

Department

■ Parr Calorimeter valued at $17,000 for the

college’s Chemistry Department

■ IBM Computers valued at $8,596 for the

college’s child care center

■ Instructional equipment valued at $5,000

for the college’s Mortuary Science Program

■ External hard drives and digital camera

valued at $196 for Capital District

Educational Opportunity Center

Fiscal Year 2006-07 dollars raised:

■ $219,024 raised for the scholarship program

■ $131,580 raised for non-scholarship

restricted funds

■ $250,297 raised for the Annual Fund

(unrestricted)

■ $229,000 managed for the college’s named

scholarship program

Investment Growth

$365,057 net of fees for investment growth

Investment portfolio as of August 31, 2006:

$3,572,727

Investment portfolio as of August 31, 2007:

$4,028,730

Investment growth: $456,003


NYSTAR Grant

The 2007–08 state budget, approved in April

2007, included $2.1 million in grant funds for

three community colleges “for services and

expenses related to emerging technology

workforce.” Hudson Valley will receive $700,000

through the New York State Foundation for

Science, Technology and Innovation (NYSTAR).

The other two recipients are Onondaga

Community College and Monroe Community

College. College representatives, led by Dean

Phil White, Department Chair Joseph Sarubbi

and Grants Director Cheryl Beauchamp, are in

the midst of preparing a budget and work plan

to submit to NYSTAR.

The majority of the NYSTAR grant will be

allocated for instructor salaries, professional

training and curriculum development for

TEC-SMART, a resource for training and

education for the semiconductor manufacturing

and alternative energy industries. TEC-SMART,

to be located in Malta, will be a state-of-the-art

training facility with the most up-to-date

learning technologies used for nanotechnology,

renewable energy and energy efficiency

training initiatives.

Foundation Golf Classic

Has Another Record Year

The 13th Annual U.W. Marx Inc. Golf Classic,

held July 23, 2007 at The Country Club of Troy,

proved to be a record event for the Hudson

Valley Community College Foundation, netting

more than $64,000.

Proceeds from the annual event benefit the

Foundation’s Annual Fund, which assists the

college in addressing unmet needs and taking

advantage of unexpected opportunities.

In the past, golf proceeds have funded

The Foundation Golf Classic annually brings together

golfers for a fun and relaxing event that supports

Foundation initiatives. The event is held at The Country

Club of Troy.

scholarships, technology enhancements,

campus beautification and special programs

for disabled students.

More than 170 golfers participated in this

year’s event. A foursome representing the

Times Union—Matt Clarke, Mike Danieli, Vince

Pennisi and Al Riccardi—won the Trustees’ Cup,

which is presented to the foursome with the

lowest gross score; the foursome had a score

of 57. Another foursome—Arien Cartrette,

Joe Daley, Albert Hanley and Steve Frazee—

won the President’s Cup, which is presented

to the foursome with the lowest net score;

that foursome had a score of 55.

The growing success of our golf tournament

is a testament to the fact that the college plays

an integral role in the Capital Region economy,”

said Foundation President Sarah M. Boggess,

who also serves as the college’s vice president

for institutional advancement. “Corporate

support is crucial to community colleges across

the country, and Hudson Valley Community

College is no exception. We are incredibly

grateful for the support that business leaders

and community members provide for this event

year after year.”

Five Honored with

Distinguished Service

Awards

In recognition of their service to the college

and the greater community, four individuals

and Rensselaer County’s largest construction

company received the Foundation’s

Distinguished Service Awards during an annual

luncheon held October 26, 2006 at the Franklin

Terrace Ballroom in Troy.

Since 1984, Hudson Valley Community

College has recognized the accomplishments

of its alumni and supporters with the

Distinguished Service Awards. The 2006

awards, which are awarded in five categories,

went to:

U.W. Marx Construction Company received

the Corporate Excellence Award for its

commitment to the college, its alumni and the

Capital Region. U.W. Marx is a tremendous

supporter of the college, sponsoring the

Foundation’s annual Golf Classic which raises

money for scholarships and campus

improvements. U.W. Marx also has overseen

several significant Hudson Valley construction

projects, including renovations to the Siek

Campus Center and construction of the Joseph

L. Bruno Stadium.

Mark T. Breslin ’58, owner of Maranda

Technical, an engineering company, received

the Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement

Award. A graduate of Hudson Valley’s

Mechanical Technology program, Breslin worked

for General Electric Co. for 23 years before

becoming vice president and part owner of

Mechanical Dynamics & Analysis. After

12 years there, he started his own company,

Maranda Technical.

State Senate Majority Leader Joseph

L. Bruno received the 1953 Award for

Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley

Community College by a Non-Alumnus. A state

senator since 1976, Bruno has served as

majority leader since 1995. He has been a

staunch advocate for higher education, leading

efforts to enact numerous programs, including

the College Savings Program which helps

families save for higher education. During the

last six years, Senator Bruno has advocated

for more than $17 million to support the

improvement of services and facilities at

Hudson Valley.

James A. Walsh ’61, a retired manager with

the former Niagara-Mohawk Power Corp.,

received the 1953 Award for Distinguished

Service to Hudson Valley Community College

by an Alumnus. A Construction Technology

graduate, Walsh has been one of Hudson

Valley’s most visible alumni, lending his face

and voice to advertisements that promote the

college, and has worked to attract private

resources to the Foundation. He currently

serves as chairman of the Foundation’s

Board of Directors.

Gordon N. Zuckerman ’62, president of

Murray and Zuckerman Inc., a nationally

recognized life, health, group and annuity

brokerage firm, received the Hudson Valley

Community College Humanitarian Service

Award. An active volunteer and community

leader, Zuckerman has served on the boards

of many charitable, civic and professional

organizations. He also currently services as fire

commissioner and secretary of Niskayuna Fire

District 2 and is a mentor at Pleasant Valley and

Woodlawn elementary schools in Schenectady.

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Foundation Highlights 2006-07

Hudson Valley Community

College Foundation Awards

Scholarships

This fiscal year, the Foundation awarded

more than $133,000 in scholarships to 166

Hudson Valley students from around the Capital

Region. A total of $54,000 in scholarships were

awarded to 69 students at a spring reception

and $79,000 in scholarships were awarded to

97 students at last fall’s reception.

Foundation scholarships are awarded

based on a variety of criteria, including need,

academic performance, civic involvement and

academic program; the awards ranged from

$200 to full tuition.

Founder of Second Chance

Scholarship Honored

“It’s not about changing the world.

It’s about making a difference.”

Those were the words of Dr. Angelo

Mastrangelo at a reception held in his honor

on June 7, 2007 for the Second Chance

Scholarship program he and his wife, Kathryn,

created 20 years ago. The

scholarship, which provides financial

assistance to students who show

fortitude and perseverance, often in

the face of adversity, to pursue their

education, will eclipse the $1 million

mark in total scholarships awarded

this fall. A total of 426 students have received

scholarships through the program.

The college’s financial aid office was renamed

the Mastrangelo Financial Aid Center at the

event, which was held in the Guenther

Enrollment Services Center lobby. Past

scholarship recipients joined faculty and

staff to thank the Mastrangelos for their

benevolence at the reception.

Angelo Mastrangelo, the former owner and

chief executive officer of Adirondack Beverages,

Past recipients of Second Chance Scholarships

celebrate with Dr. Angelo Mastrangelo, whose

Foundation supports the scholarship, at the June event

recognizing his philanthropy. Left to right, Bruce

Raunick ’92, Sheila Mae Gaddy ’91, Anh Le ’07, Debbie

Crandall, Earther Chapman ’05, Dr. Mastrangelo,

Denise Watso ’02 and Karla Thompson ’05.

created the Second Chance Scholarship

program in 1987 as a way to help individuals

make better lives for themselves and their

families through education. The Second Chance

Scholarships are merit based and provide up to

$1,750 per semester in financial assistance.

The program started with just five

scholarships and has grown to support

approximately 36 students annually at Hudson

Valley. In an effort to serve more students,

the Hudson Valley Foundation has created an

endowment fund to help support the

scholarship program.

Workers install the

Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr.

Clock Tower on

campus.

Hudson Valley Community

College Honors One of Its

Finest Leaders

This summer, Hudson Valley Community

College memorialized one of its most beloved

leaders, Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr., with a 30-foot

clock tower built in his honor in the center

of campus.

The tower, which was erected outside the

Guenther Enrollment Services Center, is the

perfect way to remember Dr. Morgan’s passion

and commitment to the college, noted his

widow, Anne Morgan.

“It’s such a fitting memorial because he

always had time for everyone,” Morgan said

with great pride. “Students always came to him

for help because he was very honest and

compassionate and they knew he had their

best interest at heart.”

As dean of Liberal Arts for nearly two

decades, Dr. Morgan touched countless lives

with his compassionate, straight-forward advice

about education or life in general. He joined

Hudson Valley as a faculty member in 1961 and

was named chairman of the Liberal Arts

Department in 1963 and dean in 1969. Even

after his retirement in 1985, Dr. Morgan

continued to advocate for Hudson Valley,

offering thoughtful advice whenever asked

and serving as secretary to the college’s Board

of Trustees.

The 30-foot tall Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr. Clock

Tower chimes out the half hour and a striker

bell rings each hour. It also can play songs,

including the college’s alma mater.

Funded by the Hudson Valley Community

College Foundation, the tower was financed

through donations from The Keepers of the

Flame, a group of college retirees, and from the

family and friends of Dr. Morgan and many of

the alumni whose lives he touched.

“Dr. Morgan was always there to be helpful

and give you encouragement,” recalled former

college President John Buono ’68. “His office

was always crowded with students. He was

always there to provide an ear or a hand when

you needed it. He helped more lives than he

ever knew.”

Director of Grants Hired

Cheryl Beauchamp of Scotia has been

named the director of grants at Hudson Valley

Community College.

In this position, Beauchamp

will play a key role in attracting

alternative resources to the

college and its charitable

foundation by identifying and

cultivating corporations,

foundations and government entities that offer

grants, as well as preparing and coordinating

proposals to secure those grants. She also will

work in partnership with faculty and staff

across campus to coordinate development of

proposals, conduct grant writing workshops on

campus and monitor existing grants to ensure

objectives are met.

Beauchamp comes to Hudson Valley from

Planned Parenthood Mohawk Hudson, where

she served as grants officer for 11 years. Prior

to working for Planned Parenthood, she served

as grants officer for the Albany Institute of

History and Art.

She has a bachelor’s degree in creative

writing from Fairleigh Dickinson University, a

master’s degree in business administration from

Russell Sage College and a graduate certificate

in demography from the University at Albany.

A grants committee has been formed to

ensure that grant projects are consistent with


the college’s mission. Members of the

committee are faculty and administrators from

across the campus community.

This past summer, two proposals were

awarded. The Citizens Bank Foundation

awarded $10,000 to support College in the High

School scholarships and an anonymous

philanthropist awarded our Teacher Preparation

Program diversity training scholarships and

textbooks for 10–20 Head Start employees.

Alumni gather for the Celebration of Excellence

Gala, which benefited the college’s Dental

Hygiene program.

Foundation Raises

$200,000+ to Benefit

Dental Hygiene Program

Endowment

The Hudson Valley Community College

Foundation has attracted nearly $210,000 in

commitments in support of a new endowment

fund created to ensure that the college has the

resources it needs to sustain its high-cost,

high-demand Dental Hygiene program.

Last fall, the Foundation announced the new

Dental Hygiene endowment and held the

college’s first-ever Celebration of Excellence

gala to kick off the initiative. More than 250

dental hygiene professionals from throughout

the region attended the gala, which was held in

the McDonough Sports Complex.

Hudson Valley’s Dental Hygiene program has

trained the vast majority of dental hygienists in

Department Chair Phil Brown, faculty member

Sandra Galligan and President Drew Matonak enjoy

the Celebration of Excellence Gala.

the region since it began in 1960. In the past

decade alone, the program has produced 384

graduates. The only program of its kind within a

100-mile radius and one of only nine programs

in the state, the Dental Hygiene program is the

college’s most expensive to offer: the college

spends $44,082 to educate one Dental Hygiene

student during the course of the two-year

program, while receiving only $15,890 in tuition

and government revenue.

Each year, the college receives approximately

300 applications for the associate’s degree

program, but it can serve only 90 students—

45 first-year and 45 second-year—at any given

time. There also is a shortage of qualified

hygienists: according to the state Labor

Department, there are approximately 350

openings for hygienists annually in the state.

The new endowment will be used to meet a

variety of needs, including equipment and

curriculum development. If it continues to grow,

it may ultimately allow the college to fund the

hiring of additional faculty, which would allow

for the expansion of the program.

“This is a meaningful show of support from a

crucial segment of the local health care

industry,” said Foundation President Sarah M.

Boggess, who also serves as the college’s vice

president for institutional advancement. “We

are thankful that they appreciate the role the

college plays in helping them ensure that they

meet the needs of their patients throughout the

Capital Region.”

Alumni Night with the

Tri-City ValleyCats Is a Hit

On July 15, 2007 Hudson Valley hosted its

first Alumni Night with the Tri-City ValleyCats.

The event proved a big hit as more than 1,000

alumni and family members came out to the

Joseph L. Bruno Stadium.

With their paid admissions, alumni, family

and friends enjoyed premium tickets to the

game, hot dogs, programs, Alumni Association

t-shirts and special alumni giveaways, including

autographed ValleyCats baseballs and V.I.P.

tickets to the New York Giants training camp.

Heritage Society Inducts

New Members

5 Individuals Name College in Estate Plans

At the annual Heritage Society Dinner held in

September 2006 at Wolferts Roost Country Club

in Albany, the college’s Foundation inducted five

individuals into the ranks of its planned giving

society. Recognized that evening were former

long-time Hudson Valley administrators Mark

and Lori Schmiedeshoff, Class of 1974 alumnus

Kevin Johnson, former faculty member Robert

Turner, and friend of the college Jayne Regan

Harris. Ms. Harris, who passed away in

December 2006, included the college’s

Respiratory Therapy program in her estate plans.

The Heritage Society was established in

2003 to recognize and honor donors who have

generously provided, or plan to provide, gifts

to the college through bequests, trusts and

other life income gifts. Committed to education

with their philanthropic acts, these individuals

understand the critical need for the college’s

financial future and the continued vitality

that creates educational excellence for

future generations.

Others interested in joining the Heritage

Society should contact Marv LeRoy, the college’s

Chief Development Officer, at 518-629-8007

or leroymar@hvcc.edu. General information

about the society may also be found at

www.hvcc.edu/foundation/plannedgiving.

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About the Hudson Valley

Community College Foundation

The mission of the Hudson Valley Community College

Foundation is to foster enduring relationships that build

advocacy and support of Hudson Valley Community

College. It does so, in large part, by securing private funds

to supplement the college’s traditional revenue sources.

Since 1983, the Hudson Valley Community College

Foundation has provided support for the college and its

students. Founded by a dedicated group of volunteers

who understood the need for affordable access to

educational opportunities, a proud tradition of commitment

and caring began and remains today at the core of the

Foundation’s mission.

A not-for-profit, independent 501(c)(3) corporation

founded in 1983, the Foundation is governed by a Board of

Directors who participate in and oversee the Foundation’s

philanthropic activities, which are designed to produce a

positive and beneficial impact upon the college, its students,

and the communities it serves.

While committed to raising funds for student

scholarships, the Foundation secures private resources to

provide support for faculty enrichment programs, new and

innovative academic initiatives, student development

activities, enhanced student support services, cultural

programs, equipment purchases, facility improvements,

and technology enhancements. The Foundation has

supported many initiatives through the generous support

and assistance of faculty, staff, alumni, friends, and

corporate partners in the community.

Economic uncertainty and increased demands on tax

dollars are diminishing public support for community

colleges. As a result, community colleges are turning to

private philanthropy as a necessary resource to ensure

continued excellence in teaching and learning. Faced with

dwindling public funding, the college faces the need to

diversify funding streams in order to prepare students to

meet the challenges of the future and become the leaders of

tomorrow.

Philanthropic support to Hudson Valley Community

College and its charitable foundation totaled $912,672

during the 2006–07 academic year.

Hudson Valley Community College Foundation

Statements of Financial Position

Aug. 31, 2007 and Aug. 31, 2006

2007 2006

Assets

Current Assets

Cash $283,405 $286,844

Current portion of pledges receivable 112,646 50,803

Interest and other receivable 6,885 14,457

Total current assets $402,936 $352,104

Pledges receivable due after one year 164,700 49,575

Other assets 10,416 10,416

Investments 3,414,853 2,986,298

Guenther Trust assets 619,781 571,972

Beneficial interest in perpetual trust 65,136 59,963

Cash value of life insurance 269,953 268,126

$4,947,775 $4,298,454

Liabilities and Net Assets

Accounts payable and accrued expenses $30,665 $15,707

Deferred revenue 98,550 76,609

Total current liabilities 129,215 92,316

Unrestricted

Board designated 21,433 47,986

Undesigated 404,302 251,645

Restricted

Permanently restricted 2,774,398 2,229,728

Temporarily restricted 1,618,427 1,676,779

Total net assets 4,818,560 4,206,138

Total liabilities and assets $4,947,775 $4,298,454

Hudson Valley Community College Foundation Income Statement

Direct Public and Fundraising Support $1,260,068

Net Investment Activity 438,704

Total Revenues 1,698,772

Total Expenses* (1,028,039)

Net Increase before Transfer 612,421

Increase in Net Assets $612,421

*Includes $783,894 for student scholarship assistance and support of college initiatives.

Investments, Money Market & Perpetual Trust:

Money Market 99,632 2.41%

Money Market Funds 269,846 6.53%

Equity Mutual Funds 2,407,203 58.23%

Fixed Income Mutual Funds 1,357,583 32.84%

4,134,264 100%


Hudson Valley Community College Foundation Funds, 2006-07, as of August 31, 2007

Unrestricted

Annual Fund

General Fund

Restricted

ASCE Student Club Endowment

ASHREE Scholarship

Albany Electrical Industry Contractors Scholarship

Albany Kennel Club Paramedic Scholarship

Albany Medical Center Scholarship

Albany Rods & Kustoms, Inc. Scholarship

Alumni Emergency Assistance Fund

Alumni Legacy Scholarship

Amerada Hess Scholarship

John O. Amstutz Scholarship

Athens Generating Company Presidential

and Technology Scholarship

Athletics Equipment Endowment Fund

John H. and Hazel Hayes Atwater Memorial Scholarship

Lois and John H. Atwater Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Automobilist of the Upper Hudson Valley Scholarship

in Memory of John A. English

Biology Nature Trail Fund

Black Student Alliance Scholarship

Sgt. Michael Blair Scholarship

Senator Joseph L. Bruno Public Service Scholarship

Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer

Educational Opportunity Center Scholarship

Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer Research Paper Scholarship

Building Systems Technology Departmental Fund

John Buono Award for Civic Engagement

Business Administration Scholarship

Business Administration Faculty Scholarship

Capital District Chevrolet Club Scholarship

Hudson Valley Community College Capstone Project Fund

Center for Careers & Employment Development Fund

Courtney Carelli and Ryan Gardner Memorial Scholarship

Peter T. Chimbos ’64 Memorial Scholarship

John J. Choulochas Annual Award

for Excellence in Automotive Service

Class of ’57 Scholarship

Class of ’93 Scholarship

College Day Care Fund

College in the High School Program

James P. Conley ’57 Family Scholarship

Construction Technology Endowment Fund

Dorothy Cushman Scholarship

Kevin H. Davidson Memorial Scholarship

Dr. Anthony M. De Bonis Memorial Scholarship

Dental Hygiene Endowment Fund

Dewar Foundation Scholarship

Richard Dinn Memorial Scholarship

Disability Resource Center Endowment Fund

Christopher M. Drabik Memorial Scholarship

Jason Irving Doeg ’02 Memorial Scholarship

Eastern New York Coalition

of Automotive Retailers, Inc. Scholarship

Educational Opportunity Center Endowment Fund

Educational Opportunity Program Emergency Fund

Dr. John W. Ehrecke Humanity Award

Emergency Assistance Fund for Students with Disabilities

Engineering and Industrial Technology Endowment Fund

English Four L Award

English, Modern Language and

ESL Department Support Fund

Evergreen Bank Scholarship

Facility Maintenance Improvement Fund

Faculty Staff Emergency Fund for Employees

Faculty Staff Endowment Scholarship for Dependents of

Hudson Valley Community College Employees

Faculty Staff Endowment Scholarship

for Hudson Valley Community College Employees

Facutly Student Association

Matriculated Student Scholarship

Faculty Student Association

Non-matriculated Student Scholarship

Fine Arts Award

Fine Arts Endowment Fund

Patricia Field Scholarship

James J. Fitzgibbons Scholarship

John R. Fletcher Memorial Scholarship

Fulder Scholarship

Muriel Gageway Memorial Fund

General Electric Award

General Endowment

Donald F. Gilbert Jr. Scholarship

Joseph J. Godson Memorial Scholarship

Paul F. Goliber Memorial Scholarship

Otto V. Guenther Scholarship

Hall of Fame Athletic Endowment Fund

Jack Hallgren Memorial Chemistry Award

Janet Hamel Leadership Scholarship

Willie Hammett Student Services Scholarship

Frank Hanrahan Memorial Scholarship

Joel B. Hargett ’97 Memorial Scholarship

Donald D. Heckelman Memorial Scholarship

Robin M. Henkel Memorial Scholarship

Lester C. Higbee Scholarship

History, Philosophy, Social Sciences Department Fund

Hudson Valley Chapter Association

Legal Administration Scholarship

Cathy Hunter-Roberts Scholarship

Gretchen Hussey Memorial Scholarship Fund

Hudson Valley Community College Scholarship

The Stephen L. Hyatt Science Award

The Stephen L. Hyatt Fine Arts Endowment

Individual Studies and Liberal Arts Department Fund

Warren Joscelyn Mathematics Award

Richard “Butch” Kalinowski Scholarship

Sean Anthony Kelleher Memorial Scholarship

Kevin Everett King Scholarship

Eastman Kodak Business Scholarship

Eastman Kodak Engineering Scholarship

Matthew Kupic Memorial Fund

Marilyn LaBrie—Dental Hygiene Faculty

Memorial Scholarship

Kenneth P. LaCorte Scholarship

Samuel J. and Pauline M. LaGatta Scholarship

Hollie Sharp Lainhart Memorial Scholarship

Lang Fund for Animal Law Studies

John & Marguerite La Pan

Memorial Scholarship

Library Fund

Lockheed Martin Scholarship

Paul & Gloria Mahoney Scholarship

Jane S. Mangold Memorial Scholarship

R.D. Marshall Scholarship

Mathematics and Science Award

Marvin Scholarship

Roy J. McDonald ’67 G.I. Scholarship

Mr. & Mrs. Edward F. McDonough, Sr. Scholarship

Mark McKeon ’97 Memorial Scholarship

McKinley Faculty Memorial Scholarship

Medical Imaging Emergency Book & Uniform Fund

Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr. Scholarship

Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr. Clock Tower

Jeannette M. and James K. Morse Sr.

Memorial Scholarship

Mortuary Science Fund

William G. Muller Continuing Education Scholarship

Louis D. Nagi Scholarship

John Nagi Scholarship

Rev. Dr. Dennis Nagi Scholarship

Naturalized Student Award

New York State Federation of Home Bureaus, Inc.

Scholarship in

Business/Accounting/CIS

Early Childhood Education

Human Services

Liberal Arts

Northeastern Subcontractors Association Scholarship

Northeastern Subcontractors Association Scholarship

in memory of Fred Dykeman

Edith Norton Scholarship

Ralph O’Brien Scholarship

PA Alumni Association Scholarship

Parents’ Fund Scholarship

Pascullo Scholarship

William E. Peck ’82 Memorial Scholarship

Harold M. Perkins Automotive Technology Scholarship

Dr. Lawrence Emil Porcelli Memorial Scholarship

Marine Sgt. William D. Powers Scholarship

Presidential Honors Scholarship

President’s Innovation Fund

Psychology Scholarship

Puma/Schmidt Memorial Scholarship

Aimee Lynn Pyskadlo Memorial Scholarship

Rensselaer High School Student Tuition Fund

Ryan W. Gardner Memorial Scholarship

Sponsored by the Rensselaer County Association

of Town Superintendents of Highways Scholarship

Ray Richardson Scholarship

in honor of Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr.

Elizabeth K. Ripple Memorial Scholarship

Doris & Hy Rosenblum Humanitarian Award

Frank J. Ryan ’69 Memorial Scholarship

Karen Swanick Scrivani ’94 Memorial Nursing Scholarship

Second Chance Foundation Scholarship

Second Chance Scholarship Endowment Fund

Southworth Machinery Scholarship

Leonard Spiegel Memorial Scholarship

Eugenia Staerker Individual Studies Scholarship

Maureen Stapleton Theatre Fund

Raymond J. Stastny Memorial Scholarship

Steven Sultan Scholarship

Teamsters Union Scholarship

Technology Expansion Fund

Michael D. Tisenchek Memorial Scholarship

Michael J. Torello Memorial Scholarship

Urban, Kahn and Werlin Scholarship

Viking Club

Patty Walsh ’92 Memorial Scholarship

Sharao Vasudeo Watwe Memorial Scholarship

Workforce Development

Women’s Enterprise (WE@HVCC) Fund

Theordore Whyland Memorial Scholarship

Youth Program Fund

Youth Program Endowment Fund

Gordon ’62 and Linda Zuckerman Endowment Fund

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Donor Listings

The 2006–07 Annual Report of the Hudson Valley Community College

Foundation reports all gifts made to the Foundation from Sept. 1, 2006,

through Aug. 31, 2007. The Foundation expresses its heartfelt thanks to the

donors listed below, who generously committed their resources to support

the college’s mission.

Donors to the Annual Fund

The Annual Fund is an unrestricted fund that assists the college in meeting

unmet needs and seizing unexpected opportunities.

President’s Circle

($1,000 and up)

Albany Broadcasting

Company, Inc

Robert Allen ’63

Richard Amadon

Architecture +

Douglas Baldrey

Sarah Boggess

Mark Breslin ’58

Timothy Brock ’73

Senator Joseph L. Bruno

L. Craig Bryce ’75

John Buono ’68

Campito Plumbing

& Heating, Inc.

Capital Communications

Federal Credit Union

Citi

Clark Patterson Associates

Kenneth Colloton ’74

CVS Pharmacy

Joseph Daley

Michael and Kathleen Danieli

William Dehmer

Eastern Copy Products, Inc.

William Fagan ’73

William J. Fagan & Sons, Inc.

Featherstonhaugh, Wiley,

Clyne, & Cordo, LLP

Christina Fitzgerald ’71

Fuller and O’Brien Insurance

Walter Gardiner ’55

Nancy Goody

William Harbour ’60

Antoine Harrison

John Hedley

John Scanlon’s Market Block

Kevin Johnson ’74

E. Stewart Jones Law Firm

James LaGatta ’67

Marvin LeRoy Jr.

Theodore Marotta ’66

Morris Massry

Norman Massry

Massry Realty Partners

Andrew J. Matonak

Roy McDonald ’67

Robert Minahan ’57

Anne S. Morgan

Eric Morris ’87

MVP Health Care

New York Long Term Care

Brokers Limited

Niagara Mohawk

William Muller

Ann Marie and John Murray

Northern Industrial

Services, Inc

Gino Pazzaglini

Kelly Phillips ’99

Pioneer Savings Bank

Bruce R. Raunick ’92

Mary Kate Robinson ’74

James ’68 and

Marianne ’69 Ryan

Patrick Ryan ’95

John ’74 and

Nancy ’71 Scarchilli

Peter Semenza ’84

Seton Health

John Shartrand

Siemens Building

Technologies

SimplexGrinnell

Peter Siy ’78

The United Group

of Companies

Time Warner Cable

Times Union

Tri-City ValleyCats, Inc.

U.W. Marx

Construction Company

Vanguard—Fine Retail

Store Leasing

Verizon

Stewart Wagner ’58

James Walsh ’61

Robert ’80 and

Donna ’80 Welch

Gordon ’62 and

Linda Zuckerman

Guenther Council

($500 to $999)

Bank of America

Blue Shield of

Northeastern New York

CDPHP

Chazen Companies

County Executive

Kathleen Jimino

Carol Dana ’83

Joseph Doyle ’78

Einhorn Yaffee Prescott

Architecture and

Engineering P.C.

Mary Ellis ’95

General Building Contractors

of New York State, Inc.

Key Bank of New York

M.M. Hayes Company

James Macklin

Marshall & Sterling, Inc.

Martin, Shudt, Wallace,

DiLorenzo & Johnson

Mercer Companies, Inc.

Microtech Information

Systems, Inc.

Edward Nash

Nigro Companies

Holly A. Pennock

Pepsi-Cola

Bottling Company

Richard Porter ’97

Rensselaer County

Republican Committee

Lorraine Schindler

SEFCU

Siena College

Value Options

Beth Van Ornam ’78

Lisa Van Wie

Dean’s List

($250 to $499)

ADP, Inc.

Albert Kemperle. Inc.

Arthritis Foundation

BBL Construction

Services, LLC

Benetech, Inc.

Karola Berg

Robert Bosselman ’74

Timothy Brennan

Bryce Funeral Home, Inc.

C Tech

Canteen

Joanne Catallo ’86

Chartwell’s

Clough, Harbour

and Associates

Coca Cola Bottling

Cognitive Marketing

Amy Conley

Deli & Brew

Robert Dignum ’77

Ronald Dow

Dunkin Donuts

Energy Management

Technologies

Joseph Fogarty ’58

Franklin Square Inn

and Suites

Richard Green ’66

James Hamilton ’87

Harold R Clune

Incorporation

Christine Helwig

John Higgitt ’96

Johnstone Supply

Gregory Jones

Frederick Kakumba

Farid Khouri

Liliane Khouri

L. Browe Asphalt

Services Inc

Lakeview Inn On

Crystal Lake, Inc.

Aimee LaLiberte

Frances Lobdell ’65

Lori Schindler

Realty Company

Judi McCabe ’04

Congressman Mike McNulty

Reuben Merchant

Christine Merrill ’73

Honorable Robert Mirch

Honorable Roy McDonald

MetLife Information Systems

NBT Bank

Richard Neimeyer ’71

New School of Radio

and Television

New York State Association

of Insurance and

Financial Advisors

Robert Norton ’67

Oldcastle Precast

Melvin Ostrander ’69

Ted Parker ’79

Stephanie Pohl ’84

Alexander Popovics

PPG Industries

Presstek

Kathleen Quirk

Frank Raymond

Republican Legislative

Campaign Committee

Rose & Kiernan, Inc.

Ryan-Biggs Associate P.C.

Saratoga Associates

School Systems

Federal Credit Union

SMRT Architects

and Engineers, PC

Snap-On Tools

Judith Snyder ’71

Anthony Spensieri ’81

St. Peter’s

Hospital Foundation

Stone Bridge Iron

and Steel Inc

Debra Story ’77

Michael Such ’77

Taconic Biotechnology

The Desmond

TIAA-CREF

Total Tool Ltd

UPS

William Vandenbosch ’67

W.J. Lyons Funeral

Home, Inc.

Warren W. Fane, Inc.

Wiley Bros., Inc.

Mark Yavorwitzki

Associates

($100 to $249)

Matthew Abar ’84

Anchor Agency, Inc.

Helen Bagen ’82

Todd Bailey ’96

Malcolm Baker ’81

David Barrows ’89

Gary Beach ’76

James Benjamin ’79

John Bergin ’76

Michael Bianchino ’79

Ingrid Blydenburgh

Guy Bobersky ’76

Eugene Bova ’71

Charlotte Bowser ’73

Judith Breslor ’90

Dorice and

Norman Brickman

Elaine Brooks Rinaldo

Suzanne Brownrigg

Duane Burtt ’83

Brian Bush ’93

John Butler ’60

C.T. Male Associates, P.C.

Diedre Caesar ’94

Antonio Califano ’71

Clement Campana ’81

Anthony Campana ’89

Kathleen Campbell

Caprara’s Auto Body

Shop Inc.

Patricia Casey ’67

Carla Chiar

Fred Cietek ’86

Roderick Ciferri ’61

David Clemenzi ’90

Kathleen Cogan

James Conery ’86

Paul Conroy ’64

William Corbett ’77

Karl Coté

Thomas Crossen ’69

John Darling ’65

Michael Davis ’79

William Decianni ’85

Vincent Delio

Lloyd H. Demboski

Catherine Dermott ’73

Tancredi Destefanis ’82

Wayne Distin ’61

William Donnelly ’83

Kathleen Drag ’84

Stephanie Duma ’75

Joann Dunne ’92

Bryan Eaton

John Egan

Robert Elinson ’79

Beth Ernest ’83

Donald Espey ’84

Nicholas Esposito ’87

Matthew Etten ’89

Sharon Farnam ’72

Joel Fatato ’71

Gordon Flayter ’74

Gendron’s Truck Center

David George ’64

Laurence Gilbert ’83

Paul Grabkowski ’79

Kathleen Haynes

Timothy Hazlett ’89

John Heiser

Susan Hess ’75

John Hetko ’89

Matthew Hogan ’88

Dennis Holt ’63

Elizabeth Hyatt ’75

Cecelia Johnson ’77

Eric Johnson ’87

Jack Kaplowitz ’05

John Kazunas

William Keane ’84

Kathleen Kechejian ’81

Kathy Kelly-Gervais ’82

Robert Knizek ’67

Dawn Kolakoski

Andrew Kopach ’74

Ronald LaBarr ’05

David Lance ’70

Robert Lashway ’58

Nancy Lemay ’89

Kristina Lewis ’75

Jessica Litwin

Thomas Lochner ’81

Gunnar Lundquist ’78

Michael Lupe ’84

Robert Maccoll ’85

David Mahar ’81

Paul Male ’68

Raymond Martin ’56

Joanne Marzullo ’72

Lorraine McCann ’96

Tharon McDonald ’84

Richard McDonald ’68

Christophe McKay ’88

Noreen McMahon ’72

Christopher McNally

H. Kevin McNeelege

Ellen McNulty ’82

Nancy Morris ’68

Frank Murray ’80

Mary Musso

James Neese ’80

Thomas Nevins ’82

Jenifer Nichols ’89

Northeast Health Foundation

Michael O’Brien

Stanley Paluch ’72

Leo Patnode ’65

Christopher Potter ’89

M. Kasya Purtell ’93

Sandra Reizen

Michael Relyea ’78

Renaissance Corp. of Albany

Diane Richmon ’81

Anthony Rossello ’77

Christophe Salatino ’86

Saratoga Economic

Development Corporation

Joseph Sarubbi

Jeffrey Scharoun ’84

Mary Ellen Scheibly ’69

Jeffrey Schoonmaker

Doris Schoonmaker

James Selmser ’66

Mark Shill ’81

Deborah Shoemaker

Ernest Siew

Nancy Sokil ’83

Donald Sommer ’58

Charles Staro

Mark Steeves ’88

W. Brian Sullivan ’79

Robert Swanick

Kelly Sweener

Robert Taylor

Sara Tedesco

Calvin Thayer ’60

The Business

Development Group

Vivian Tortorici

De Dinh Tran ’87

Coleen Tully ’80

Harry Tutunjian ’89

Janet Twardzik

University at Albany

Foundation

Kathleen Vandenbergh

Arthur Veino ’76

Donna Wagner ’84

Richard Wallace

Thomas Warrington ’85

Patricia Watt

Mark Wehnau

P. Phillip White

Judith Wildzumas ’88

William Wood ’88

Camilla Wyckoff ’71

Joseph Yamin ’84

Donors (Up to $99)

Thomas Abbott ’82

Lucy Abbott ’82

Christian Abele ’83

Ira Adler ’71

Susan Agan ’03

Jean Ahearn ’85

Thomas Ahl ’81

Linda Albanese ’84

Jane Alessandrini ’76

Paul Aliberti ’89

Kimberly Alix ’92

David Allard ’75

James Allen ’85

Thomas Allen ’80

Marjorie Allen ’79

Janet Alloway ’96

James ’74 and Jill ’75 Alund

Sharon Alvaro ’90

Robert Alvaro ’87

Thomas Amell ’87

Anne Ames ’84

Vincent Amodeo ’78

Lawrence Amos

Kathleen Anderson ’72

Kurt Andress ’80

James Angerame ’66

Rachel Anglin ’80

David Anker ’77

Sarah Annechino ’98

Carolyn Antonucci

Anthony Antonucci ’87

Patricia Arcari ’73

Walter Ardziewicz ’74

Douglas Armstrong ’59

George Armstrong

Matthew Assini ’80

Patti Azar-

Vanvalkenburgh ’65

Suzanne Babcock ’73

Carol Bader ’62

Allen Bailey ’86

Roger Baillargeon ’75

Robert Baker ’85

Richard Baker ’81

Douglas Baldrey ’85

Kenneth Baldwin ’89

Michael Baleszen ’85

David Baluch ’85

Ronny Barak ’89

Ronald Barner ’77

Michael Barnick ’66

Lisa Barth ’89

Janet Bartis Bayly ’76

Dale Baseri ’89

Eugene Basle ’88

Marybeth Battease ’89

Brett Battista ’86

Daniel Batty ’81

Mary Claire Bauer

Dale Baxter ’75

Richard Bazar ’78

Katherine Bazar ’76

Robert Beattie ’87

Richard Beauchamp ’80

Marian Bekker ’74

Carole Belardo ’88

Diana Belardo ’63

Salvatore Belardo ’63

David Belemjian ’85

Kristina Benko ’92

Richard Bennett ’66

Kelly Benoit ’82

Carl Benoit ’64

Mary Bentley ’84

David Berard ’82

Leslie Berlinsky ’84

Henry Bermas ’82

James Berney ’75

Tonita Berry ’85

Hugo Betzwieser ’71

Edward Blendell ’80

John Blinstrub ’79

David Block ’86

Jon Bly ’81

Stanley Bobel ’85

Joseph Bockis ’68

Eleanor Bode ’04

Alexander Bodner ’61

David Boland ’77

Joseph Bollentin ’87

Santino Bonanni ’83

Tracey Bonanno ’88

Wayne Bonesteel ’82

Howard Boniface ’95

Amy Bonk-Chanin ’84

Ernest Bonnier ’80

Jeffrey Bootier ’80

Latasha Bosh ’98

Lucille Bossone ’83

David Bouchard ’77

Elias Boudiwan ’84

Brian Bourassa ’83

John Brady ’72

June Brady ’72

Susan Brady ’71

Donald Braim ’73

William Branion ’82

Diane Brauner ’77

Susan Brazil ’90

James and Judith Brearton

Carla Breen ’98

Laura Brendese ’91

John Brennan ’81

Mark Brogna ’87

William Bronk ’74

Dale Broomhead ’76

Marianne Bross ’71

Timothy Brown ’89

Adele Brown ’98

Daniel Brown ’86

Seymour Brown ’05

Patricia Brown ’84

Philip Brown

Todd Brown ’99

Mary Lou Brunette ’76

William Bruso ’80

Stephanie Bryan ’89

Eric Bryant

Bonnie Btag ’75

Lisa Buckhoff ’85

Michael Buckley ’80

Timothy Buff ’80

Joann Buonanno ’69

Karen Burek ’84

Carol Burke ’75

Richard Burnham ’87

Kim Burns ’74

Cheryl Busino ’70

Sharon Butler ’70


Timothy Butler ’81

Peter Butryn ’79

Edward Buttaccio ’85

Steven Bzomowski ’74

Donald Cable ’57

Cabot Creamery

Jacquelyn Cafaro ’84

Lisa Calarco ’80

Michael Calhoun ’81

Deborah Campagna

Susan Canfield ’70

Janice Cannatella ’77

Tony Cannone ’84

Tammie Carney ’83

Patricia Caron ’86

Marie Carparelli ’72

Flora Carr ’90

Angelo Caruso ’85

Marilyn Caruso ’80

Joseph Caruso

Richard Casey ’60

Joseph Casey ’57

Kathleen Cassidy ’78

Daniel Cassidy ’82

Paul Castiglione ’56

Fred Castler ’65

Lynn Caterina ’95

Gregory Cath ’83

Eric Catricala ’85

Colleen Caulfield ’80

Debra Cechnicki ’88

Louis Cerami ’83

John Cestra ’84

Maureen Chaffin ’75

Patricia Chartrand ’89

Mario Chiappetta ’82

Patricia Christophersen ’91

Chio Chu ’89

Lisa Cinelli-Thorne ’89

Linda Cioffi ’83

Daryl Cipperly ’88

Citizens Bank

Sheila Clancy ’74

Clarence Clark ’74

Dana Clark ’75

Jacqueline Clark ’69

Thomas Clement

William Clock ’80

Neville Clothier ’74

James Cogan ’88

Cindy Coleman ’87

Daniel Coleman ’86

Thomas Colen ’87

Nicole Colombetti ’93

Patricia Colongione ’63

John Comanzo ’84

Patrick Comley ’80

Robert Congdon ’70

Lawrence Conley ’83

Kelly Conlon

Kurt Conners ’83

Michael Connolly ’78

Doreen Connolly ’73

Jeanne Connors ’81

John Conrad

Pamela Considine ’73

Brian Cook ’79

Kevin Cook ’85

Carol Cooke ’66

Thomas Cooley ’80

Carol Coonrad ’72

Ann Marie Coons ’75

James Cooper ’88

Jeannette Coppolo ’87

Cheryl Corasanti ’89

Charles Cornwell ’77

Kari Correia ’92

Sylvia Cosgrove ’74

Steven Costopoulos ’80

Joshua Couts ’04

Stephen Cowan

David Cowie ’86

Kenneth Coyne ’85

Robert Cramer ’66

David Crawford ’82

Peter Crowley ’71

Mary Culliton ’70

Gregory Cunningham ’00

Maryanne Cushing ’78

Barbara Dagastine

William Dahl ’85

Kathleen Dalton ’77

Kathleen Dalton ’87

Isabel D’Ambrosi ’84

Wiebke D’Angelo ’84

Mark Dantini ’77

Ian Dare ’78

Edgar Daun ’65

Sandra Daus ’93

Karleen Davis ’85

Lynda Dawson ’85

James Dawson ’81

Robert Day ’79

Deborah Dayton ’89

Dawn De Russo ’86

Dolores De Thomasis ’86

John Deagle ’85

Richard Dearborn ’66

John Debboli ’61

John Debboli ’86

Helena Decaprio ’87

Stephen Decker ’85

Kristen DeClemente ’90

Kimberly DeCota ’95

Paul Degennaro ’86

Michael Degiule ’85

Margaret Delaney ’70

Robert Delaney ’85

Anne Delaney ’81

Dominick Deleo ’82

Dianne DelPozzo ’85

William Demski ’74

C. Jeffrey Denison

Noreen Denn ’88

John Dennis ’91

Anthony Derrick ’85

Pamela Deshane ’89

John Desorbo ’89

Mary Devane ’83

Kevin Devins ’78

Thomas Di Cioccio ’86

Joseph DiDomenico ’76

Charles Didonato ’84

Christophe Diehl ’84

Paul Dietrich 81

Elida Dillon ’76

Mark Dillon ’81

Paul Dillon ’75

Catherine Dilorenzo ’81

Thomas Dinnel ’81

Jane Dinovo ’89

David Dipietro ’87

Linda Ditrapano ’83

Thomas Dobson ’88

William Doherty ’67

David Doin ’77

John Dolan ’92

Maria Dollard ’85

Ann Doody ’83

Robert Doody ’70

William Doran ’71

Roswitha Dorr

Deann Downing ’82

James Dreitlein ’80

Joseph Driscoll ’83

Kathleen Ducharme ’65

Edward Dudden ’78

Martin Duffy

Raymond Dufour ’74

Jeffrey Durant ’85

Kathleen Durivage ’86

Kevin Dusenbury ’77

Nancy Duval ’63

Virginia Dwyer ’84

Karen Dyer ’92

Mark Eide ’79

Walter Ellis ’73

Mary Ellis ’72

Karen Emigh ’77

Lisa Empie ’86

Christopher Ethier ’86

Robert Euler ’59

Kenneth Evans ’81

Gene Everingham ’72

Howard Exman ’75

Linda Eypper ’63

Kelly Fagan ’80

James Falasco ’85

Joseph Farone ’76

John Fassett ’62

Marianne Fath ’89

Caroline Feeney ’81

Todd Felano ’77

Kathleen Ferreira ’79

Sandra Ferris ’81

Rita Fiato ’97

Mark Fiet ’73

Carol Filanova ’89

John Filarecki ’91

Karen Filkins Sanders ’90

Linda Finger ’76

Karl Finkell ’70

Paul Fiore ’74

Jeffrey Fish ’72

Sonya Fisher

Anthony Fitch ’88

Carl Fitch ’62

Doreen Fitzgerald ’80

Kathleen Fitzgerald ’85

Margaret Fitzgerald ’74

Lawrence Fitzgibbon ’83

Alice Flynn ’67

Ann Flynn ’73

Daniel Flynn ’89

Sharon Flynn ’62

Thomas Flynn ’97

Dolores Foggo

John Foggo ’64

Ralph Folger ’71

Vicki Folger ’80

Diane Forkeutis ’86

Chad Fowler ’88

Ralph Frank ’81

Kerry Franklin ’73

Cynthia Franze ’67

Michael Fraser

Erin Fratangelo ’86

Raymond Fredricks ’86

Veronica Fredericks ’86

William Frederick ’64

Brian French ’88

Frederick Frey ’84

Elizabeth Fryer ’67

Todd Fryer ’67

Daniel Fuda ’88

Preston Fuerst ’56

Raymond Gabriel ’68

Mark Gageway ’80

Denise Gagnon ’88

Joseph Galarneau ’87

Karen Galarneau ’85

William Galcik ’73

Anthony ’58 and

Claudell ’57 Galea

Charles Gallagher ’84

Susan Gallagher

Sandra Galligan

Helen Gatulik ’72

Catherine Gatzendorfer ’74

Elizabeth Gaudet ’87

Mary Gause ’77

Michele Gawrys ’77

Susan Geary ’93

Jane Gelhorn ’76

Bernard Genski ’72

Patricia George ’75

Michele Germain ’97

Patrick Germaine ’87

Susan Getman ’02

Jan Geyer

Lisa Giacumo-Jicha

Kathleen Gibson ’80

Donald Gifford ’82

Elisa Giglio-Siudzinski ’82

Greg Giguere ’86

Christine Gilchrest ’74

Francis Gingras ’87

David Ginsburg ’84

Joseph Girtler ’81

Theresa Girvin ’78

Christian Glander ’87

Carol Glusko ’80

Sean Gnat ’88

David Gogolla ’87

Jon Goldman ’72

Colleen Goldston ’78

John Goodermote ’60

Edward Goodwin ’82

John Gorleski ’71

Stephen Gorzynski ’82

Joseph Goyette ’63

Bonnie Graham ’64

Charlie Graham ’75

Carol Grand ’63

Cyril Grant ’83

Beatrice Greenberg ’66

Merill Greenberg ’58

Weston Greenman ’79

James Grenier ’70

Worth Gretter ’76

Patricia Grillo ’73

Susan Gross ’89

Jennifer Grupe ’85

Paul Guilianelle ’78

Jeanne Guilianelle ’87

John Gulley ’73

Janice Gulli ’84

David Haff ’67

Margaret Haff ’74

David Haggerty ’73

Mark Haight ’70

Peggy Hallam ’85

Deanna Hallet ’85

Lyn Halliday ’73

Mary Halliday ’84

Rampant Hallum ’85

Janet Hamel ’73

Jeffrey Hamilton ’83

Kevin Hamilton ’82

Sophia Hammett Turner ’82

Gail Hammond ’83

Jeffrey Hancox ’84

Laura Hands ’82

Zamiul Haque ’87

Timothy Harris ’87

Alan Hart ’72

Ronald Hathaway ’62

John Hausler ’74

Paula Hawkins ’85

Beverly Hayes ’87

Glenn Hayner ’61

Maria Hazapis ’71

Paul Heaphy ’74

Shelly Heeney ’88

Birger Heggen ’68

Charles Heigel ’71

Barbara Held ’86

Betty Helmsworth ’80

George Hemming ’57

David Henderson ’82

Lynne Henkiel ’79

Kimberly Henry ’89

Cindy Herderich ’80

Mark Hester ’85

Steven Hicks ’72

Guy Hildreth ’89

Maryellen Hill ’92

Linda Hirt ’84

Judith Hitchcock

Kathy Hoag ’72

Sandra Hodson ’84

Paula Hoffay ’71

Thomas Hoffman ’89

John Hogan ’88

Brian Holbritter ’86

George Hondro ’98

Carol Hook ’83

Dwayne Hopkins ’86

Patricia Hoppen ’82

Kathleen Hopper ’69

James Horwedel ’83

Elizabeth Hoteling ’67

Valerie Houk ’94

Antoinette Howard

Nicole Hoyt

David Hoyt ’83

Amy Hudson ’82

Alan Huestis ’64

Aaron Hull ’92

Jon Humphrey ’89

Mark Humphrey ’82

David Hunter ’73

Deloris Hurd ’88

John Hutchison ’84

Lisa Hutchinson ’82

Kathleen Hutson ’77

Thomas Hutson ’83

Dianne Hyldelund ’79

Janice Irwin ’81

Kimberly Isager ’86

Irene Jackson ’73

Gretchen Jahn ’87

Beth Janiszewski ’93

F. Patrick Jeffers ’71

Wendy Jensen ’84

Melissa Jerominek ’88

Michael Johnson ’80

Allan Johnson ’74

Linda Johnson ’79

Paul Johnson ’85

Kathleen Jonas-Papile ’97

Leo Joncas ’73

Teri Jones ’85

David Jones ’83

Philip Jones ’74

Ronni Jones

Matthew Jones ’75

Konstantin Kananis ’84

Heather Kane ’85

Elyse Kapusta ’64

Richard Karis ’60

Robert Katz

Jane Kearsing ’84

Robert Keefe ’81

Frances Keeley ’80

Patricia Kehn ’76

John Keifer ’83

Martin Keller ’62

Maureen Kelly ’83

Cavan Kelsey ’80

J Michael Kenealy ’81

Lisa Kennedy ’73

Desmond Kennedy ’66

John Kerwan ’61

David Kettlewood ’71

Andrew Keute ’83

Richard Keyworth ’60

Edward Killeen ’78

Christine Kilmartin ’85

Wade King ’74

Jana Kirchberger ’84

Matthew Kirchner ’89

Keith Klapp ’72

Barbara Klee ’69

Mary Kling ’81

Kathleen Kokalas ’85

Elizabeth Konecnik ’85

Stephen G. Kopach ’72

Anthony Kossmann

Joseph Koval ’57

Joseph Kozilski ’81

Charles Krajewski ’77

Carol Kriegbaum ’78

Gary Krohl

Warren Kuchenbecker ’68

John Kucij and

Lyn Kucij ’95

Diane Kuhl ’77

Edward Kurtik 71

Elizabeth Kurtik ’68

Lisa La Brecque ’86

Diane Lacivita ’85

Joann Lafalce ’69

Joseph Lafay ’57

Mary Ellen Lajeunesse

Kathleen LaMay ’73

Brenda Lamere ’88

Daniel Lammon ’89

Cynthia Lanci ’88

Howard Langley ’85

Edward Lansaw ’89

David Larkin ’74

Cynthia Larson 05

Joyce Lasky ’75

Marie Laspina ’89

Christophe Latremore ’86

Todd Lavery ’88

Robert Lavigne ’89

Christopher Leahey ’88

Elizabeth Leblanc ’64

Jason Lebrecht ’98

Bruce Lee ’91

Carol Lemieux ’74

Kevin Lennon ’83

Jennine Lescia ’89

Anthony Lesica

Judith Levesque ’70

Terri Lewis ’74

James Lewis ’63

Kevin Lewsey ’74

Stephen Liebers ’82

Fen-Fen Lin ’83

Leslie Lindenman ’62

Diana Liney ’72

James Liney ’71

Jonna Lininger ’76

David Little ’77

Stephen Littlefield ’86

Vincent Liuzzi ’77

Deborah Lohnes ’83

Susan Lohnes ’63

Stephen Lolik ’68

Tina Lombardi ’85

Mary Ann Lonczak ’67

Linda Long ’62

David Longley

Kathryn Longley ’79

Daniel Loucks ’83

Harry Louhisdon ’99

Peilei Lu ’87

Richard Lumia ’70

Johanna Lupoli ’85

Sandra Lutz ’66

Steven Lynch ’75

James MacDowell ’84

Daniel Madigan ’86

Douglas Madigan ’87

Laurie Madsen ’98

Theresa Maguire ’84

Paula Mahan ’88

Alan Maher ’86

Kenneth Mahar ’85

Marcia Mahoney

Robert Mahoney

Darleen Mainella ’80

Dominic Mainella ’78

Mario Mainella ’86

Martha Mainello ’88

John Male ’81

Anthony Malizia ’79

Randall Mallory ’86

John Malm ’69

William Maloney ’79

Mary Maloy ’76

Erin Manning ’99

Franklyn Manzer ’86

Francis Marchesini ’81

George Mardigan ’63

Frank Maresca ’74

Gail Mariano ’84

Mariellen Mariner ’82

Elizabeth Marion ’85

Laraine Marrello ’87

Deborah Martello ’81

Diana Martin ’76

J. Michael Martin ’77

Karen Martin ’75

Bruce Martindale ’77

Jeffrey Marx ’91

Kenneth Mason ’81

Darlene Massar ’87

Darlene Massaro ’72

Paul Massaro ’73

Henry Matala ’86

Craig Mayer ’83

M. Joy McAlister ’78

Thomas McAllister ’73

Barbara McBride

Charles McCabe ’86

Linda McCann ’81

Kathleen McCarthy ’85

Jason McCord

Paul McCoy ’80

Daniel McCumber ’55

Robert McDermott ’72

Donna McDonald ’70

Molly McDonald ’98

Andrew McDonnell ’82

Amy McEwing

Carla McGill ’89

Thomas McGill ’92

W. Warren McGreevy ’60

Brian McKeown ’77

Kim McMann

John McNamara ’83

James McPherson ’90

Kristina McShane ’99

Brian Melick ’84

Jude Mellan ’86

Robert Menchel ’55

Richard Menzer ’73

Clifton Mercer 87

Linda Mertlik ’86

David Messick ’88

William Metz ’79

Maryann Mevec ’75

William Mevec ’84

Bernhard Meyer ’86

Kevin Meyer ’77

Robert Meyer ’76

John Michne ’85

Lisa Milchman ’83

Karen Milkiewicz ’78

Donna Milks ’94

Donald Miller ’59

Jaime Miller

Kevin Miller ’78

Robert Mills ’77

Dennis Miloski ’74

Judith Mincher ’84

Linda Mitchell ’74

Steven Mitchell ’70

Myron Mokey ’85

Colleen Monahan ’73

Barrie Montross

Joseph Montuoro ’55

Karen Monz ’81

Margaret A. Moore ’73

Margaret E. Moore ’75

Mary Jo Moore ’84

David Moore ’80

Edna Moore ’71

Kathleen Moran-Buono ’88

Richard Morgan ’75

Thomas Morin ’90

Steven Morrell ’78

Ambrose Morris ’84

Michael Morris ’77

Robert Morris ’68

Paula Morse ’75

Joseph Mosca ’77

Dorothy Mueller ’82

Robert Mueller ’82

Leslie Mullen ’86

Ronald Mulson ’84

Bret Muraski ’02

Kelly Murphy ’85

Donna Murray

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Mario Musolino ’79

Douglas Nadeau ’73

Mark Nagelsmith ’76

George Nagy

Kathryn Nardacci ’79

Kimberly Narolewski ’78

Garry Nathan ’71

Patti Nazarko ’73

Glenn Nead ’85

Robert Neidl ’75

M. Nettleton

Kevin Neville ’05

Stephen Nickel ’83

John Nigro

Frank Niosi ’84

Lynne Nisoff ’84

Francis Nistico ’78

Arthur Nolan ’73

Brian Nolan ’85

Christopher Nolan ’84

Richard Noll ’87

Tracey Noll ’89

Gabriella Noob ’86

Mark Normandin ’85

John Nowak ’83

Dominic Nuciforo ’68

Deborah O’Brien ’86

Michael O’Brien ’85

Joel Obuchows ’00

Michele Ochal ’84

Judith O’Connor

Audrey O’Hare

John Oliver ’73

Carol Olsta ’80

Cleo Ostrander ’85

Robert Ottaviano ’56

Vicki Ouimet ’87

Christopher Owen ’89

Mary Page

Roy Paige ’71

Marcia Palitsch ’75

Faith Palma ’79

Leland Palmer ’68

Sue Paloski ’85

Diana Pane

Ellen Pangburn ’91

Jeffrey Pangburn ’91

Donald Panton ’67

Julie Panzanaro

Thomas Paone ’84

Mark Pape ’89

Charlotte Parker ’87

Christopher Parker ’79

George Parker ’63

Sherri Parker ’85

William Parker ’88

Party Warehouse

Elizabeth Pasinella ’80

Robert Pasquini ’75

Charles Patricelli ’74

Henry Peck ’87

Peter Peer ’81

Marabeth Pennell ’67

Joseph Pennisi ’87

William Pennock ’89

John Pepper ’66

Wayne Perreault ’82

Kristine Perry ’74

Anne Marie Pershyn ’89

James Peterson ’87

Philip Petrus ’81

Frank Pezze ’73

Monica Pfohl ’88

Mildred Phelan ’76

Nancy Phelan ’85

Timothy Phelan ’88

Joel Phelps ’91

Sandra Phelps ’63

David Philipson ’85

Fredisberto Pica ’00

Earl Piccirillo ’81

Kenneth Pietrowski ’82

Joseph Pilipczak ’80

Kathleen Pinches ’79

Christina Pingelski ’84

Kimberly Piser ’84

Ellen Pitkin ’80

Lawrence Pitts ’89

Denise Platt ’85

Carolyn Plimley ’80

Stephanie Pochman ’71

James Poirier ’89

Patricia Poirier ’77

Daniel Polsinelli ’71

Terrance Potter ’81

Heidi Powley ’80

Laurie Premo ’83

Helga Prichard ’86

Patricia Priest ’80

Debra Primett ’78

Timothy Prosser ’79

Deborah Provost ’73

Carolyn Prukalski ’83

Margaret Puccio ’70

Christopher Purcell ’71

Susan Quest-Sherman ’80

Daniel Quinn ’67

Robert Racette

Margaret Radliff ’69

Vincent Ragonese ’86

Tamara Rapisarda ’91

Todd Rasner

Patrick Rathbun ’85

Ronald Rauche ’66

Richard Reggio ’82

Jennifer Reid ’87

Tyrone Reid ’81

Thomas Reinisch

Mary Rekus ’84

Margaret Rendert ’85

Richard Renjilian ’80

David Renko ’84

Ronald Renzi ’84

Craig Reopel ’82

Ian Richards ’76

Lynn Richter ’85

Dianne Rigney Nolin ’74

Deborah Rimkunas ’88

Jody Risko ’83

Kathleen Ristau ’81

Patricia Roarke ’86

Craig Roberts ’80

Wendy Susko Robichaud ’91

Brian Robinson ’84

Jean Robinson ’80

Paul Rogan

Thomas Rogan

Marie Rogers ’88

Judith Romano

Richard Ronda’72

Louis Rosamilia ’69

Joyce Rose ’85

Kimberly Rose ’89

Elaine Rosen ’70

Anita Rosenfeld ’62

Joseph Rossier ’78

Alice Rotondi ’84

Gregory Rouse ’86

Richard Rovelli ’77

Anthony Rubino ’82

Thomas Ruby ’76

Barbara Rucci ’84

Bonnie Rufenacht ’76

Glenn Rufenacht ’75

Steve Ruppenthal ’76

Christophe Rusiecki ’85

John Russell ’85

Nanette Rutkowski ’78

Christina Ryan ’76

James Ryan

John Ryan ’84

Joseph Ryan ’90

Timothy Ryan ’79

Edward Rytell ’82

Robert Sabatelli ’81

Carolyn Sacco ’68

Charles Sacco ’68

Robert Sack ’80

David Saehrig ’63

Margaret Sage ’74

Virgil Sager ’83

Sallie Mae

Roger Salmon ’59

Joseph Sampson ’62

Ronald Samuels ’80

Michael Sanders ’91

James Sano ’76

Thomas Sansone ’69

Margaret Santanello ’05

Michael Santini ’83

Sheila Santini ’85

John Sapone ’59

John Sardella ’85

Minoo Sarhaddi ’89

David Sarnacki

Patricia Sass ’84

Zachary Scarchilli

Thomas Schaffer ’69

William Scheffler ’65

Brenda Schermerhorn ’96

Arthur Schmich ’76

Diana Schmidt ’87

Donald Schmidt

Nelson Schmidt ’74

Mark ’71 and

Lorraine ’88 Schmiedeshoff

Andrew Schott

Michele Schottenham ’89

Michele Schultz ’86

Rosemary Schultz

Peter Schuurman ’86

Catherine Scoons ’79

Richard Scoons ’75

David Scott

Kim Scott ’00

Shirley Scott ’80

James Seaman ’82

Todd Sebast ’87

Leonard Sendzicki ’70

Janice Seymour ’84

Joan Shack

Deanna Shapiro ’89

Gilbert Sharpe ’76

Gale Shaw

Jacqueline Shea ’82

Kesa Shea ’00

Maureen Shea ’84

Brian Sheehan ’85

Carlene Sheehan

Thomas Sheeran ’75

Christophe Sheridan ’86

Denise Sheriff ’81

Barbara Sherman ’81

Fumiko Shido ’88

Mary Ann Shook ’66

Christopher Shope ’88

William Shover ’69

Wayne Shuster ’75

Eleanor Shutter ’73

Dwight Sickler ’64

Colleen Sicko ’80

Dawn Signoracci ’87

Alan Silverman ’65

Marco and Carolyn ’86 Silvestri

Kevin Sisk ’05

Martin Siudzinski ’83

Nicholas Siver ’83

Robert Skala ’77

Peter Skelly ’87

David Skiba ’00

Andrea Skinner ’80

Charles Sklaryk ’58

Christopher Slater ’89

Michael Smialek ’89

Maria Smirensky ’85

Adam Smith ’88

Bernard Smith ’99

Bruce Smith ’74

Edmund Smith ’81

Elizabeth Smith ’81

David Smith ’88

Gregory Smith ’80

Joseph Smith ’65

Kenneth Smith ’55

Kevin Smith ’76

Robert Smith ’83

Terrance Snider ’85

David Soldini

Sandra Solimano ’80

Gregory Sorrentino ’87

Richard Spence

Janet Spielberger ’72

Thomas Spohr ’59

Robert Springer ’84

Louis Spychalski ’85

Eugene St. John ’84

Paul ’66 and Walda ’67 St. Yves

William Stachnik ’57

Anthony Stackrow ’60

Judith Stamp

David Stanley ’71

Catherine Steele ’86

Jacqueline Stever ’04

Scott Stockman ’94

George Stone ’59

John Storrow ’80

Peter Stover ’81

Susan Stover ’76

Stephen Strachman

Robert Strebel ’87

William Strugatz ’84

Richard Stufflebeam ’84

Dorothy Styno ’81

William Sumner ’74

Todd Suriano

Sharon Sutliff ’88

M. Aileen ’75 and

Richard ’73 Svec

Richard Swahlan ’84

Michael Swanson ’78

Amelia Swint ’58

Timothy Szala ’82

Albert Szesnat ’91

Deborah Tagliento ’70

Shirley Talbot ’78

Paul Tavolilla ’84

Robert Tedesco ’82

Thomas Tegiacchi ’86

Joseph Terry ’73

Lois Terry ’72

Eugene Terwilliger ’87

Paul Testa ’80

Judy Thatcher ’79

Francis Therrien ’82

Timothy Thomas ’73

Mary Thompson ’62

Jacualyn Tice ’87

Vera Titterington ’72

Nancy Todaro ’94

Bonnie Toivonen ’80

Brian Tollisen ’89

Maureen Tompkins ’78

Mary Tonkin ’80

Julia Tortello ’85

Tyler Towne ’86

Deborah Tozier ’87

Felice Trifaro ’87

Elizabeth Troue ’80

Terence Tryon ’85

Paul Turner ’81

Carol Turner ’77

Charles Tutunjian ’89

Michael Valenti ’93

Richard Valenti ’92

Linda Van Hoesen ’88

Laura Van Valkenburg ’98

Robert Vanalstine ’70

Anne Vandreason ’63

Monroe Vanvalkenburgh ’67

Debra Varin ’80

Karen Vecchione ’69

Ellen Venson

Eugene Vermilyea ’81

Andrea Versaci ’89

Lynette Vice ’84

Susan Vitolins ’76

Anna Volk ’88

Karen Wacksman ’86

Edward Waddell ’88

Jennifer Walker ’01

Maria Walker ’89

Richard Walker ’74

Colleen Wallace ’86

Iley Wallace ’87

Diane Walrath ’83

Mary Walsh ’64

Thomas Warren ’77

Debra Wasserbach ’74

Margaret Waterbury ’77

Sheryl Waterbury

Stanley Watroba ’74

Edward Watson ’73

Lindsey Watson

Scott Weaver ’83

William Weber ’80

Loren Weinheimer ’91

Peter Wenk ’79

Deborah West-Arnot ’80

Carroll Westgate ’57

Diane Whaley ’84

Christine Wilber ’71

Robert Wilcox ’58

Michael Willey ’97

Christopher Williams ’82

Rachel Williams ’07

John Willits ’72

John Willson ’83

Dale Wilsey ’72

Linda Wilsey ’77

Harriet Wilson ’02

Robert Winford ’64

Frank Wittman ’80

Charles Wohlfert ’64

Angela Wohltmann ’95

Robert Wolff ’76

John Wood ’02

James Woodruff ’70

Bruce Woolford ’82

Mark Wright ’82

George Young ’88

Victor Zabielski ’84

Debra Zareski ’87

Elizabeth Zemanick ’75

Stephen Ziamandani ’84

Janis Zipkin ’82

Charles Zipprich

Nancy Zipprich ’93

Matching Gift Companies

Bank of America Foundation

ExxonMobil Foundation

GE Foundation

IBM Matching Gifts Program

Key Bank Matching Gifts

Foundation

Meredith Corporation Foundation

Niagara Mohawk Foundation

Saint-Gobain Corporation

Verizon Foundation

2007 U.W. Marx, Inc.

Golf Classic

The golf classic was held

July 23, 2007 at the Troy

Country Club. Proceeds

benefited the Annual Fund.

Presenting Sponsor

($10,000 and up)

U.W. Marx, Inc.

Dinner Sponsor

($5,000 to $9,999)

Capital Communications

Federal Credit Union

Luncheon Sponsors

($4,000 to $4,999)

Northern Industrial Services

Times Union

Reception Sponsors

(3,000 to $3,999)

Senator Joseph Bruno

Siemens Building Technologies

Breakfast Sponsor

($2,500 to $2,999)

Eastern Copy Products/Muratec

Hole-in-One Sponsors

($2,000 to $2,499)

CVS

Featherstonhaugh, Wiley,

Clyne, Cordo, LLP

Time Warner Cable

Vanguard-Fine Retail Stores

Leasing, LLC

Cart Sponsor

($1,500 to $1,999)

Architecture +

Auction Sponsors

($1,000 to $1,499)

Albany Broadcasting

Company, Inc

Campito Plumbing & Heating, Inc.

Citi

Tri-City ValleyCats

The United Group of Companies

Putting Green Sponsors

($500 to $999)

Blue Shield of Northeastern NY

CDPHP

Chartwell’s

Canteen

Clark Patterson Associates

Einhorn Yaffee Prescott

Architecture & Engineering P.C.

Fuller & O’Brien Insurance

Marshall & Sterling Insurance

Martin Law Firm

Microtech Information

Systems, Inc.

MM Hayes Company, Inc.

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company

Pioneer Savings Bank

Rensselaer County

Republican Committee

SEFCU

Hole Sponsors

($250 to $499)

ADP, Inc.

Albert Kemperle Inc.

Bank of America

Benetech, Inc.

Bryce Funeral Home

Caprara’s Body Shop

Clough, Harbour & Associates LLP

Coca-Cola Enterprises

Cognitive Marketing

Congressman Mike McNulty

County Executive Kathy Jimino

C Tech

Deli and Brew

Dunkin’ Donuts

Energy Management

Technologies

Franklin Square Inn & Suites

Harold R. Clune Inc.


Honorable Robert Mirch

Honorable Roy McDonald

Johnstone Supply

Key Bank

L. Browe Asphalt Services, Inc.

Lakeview Inn on Crystal Lake

MetLife Information Systems

MVP Health Care

New York Long Term Care

Brokers, Inc.

New School of Radio

and Television

Nigro Companies

Oldcastle Precast

PPG Industries

Presstek

Rensselaer County Republican

Legislature Campaign Committee

Rose & Kiernan

Saratoga Associates

School Systems

Federal Credit Union

SimplexGrinnell

Snap On Tools

St. Peter’s Health Care Services

The Desmond

TIAA-CREF

Total Tool, Ltd.

UPS

Warren W. Fane, Inc.

W.J. Lyons Jr. Funeral Home

Wiley Brothers, Inc.

In-kind sponsors

Albany Institute of History & Art

Albany Symphony Orchestra

Robert R. Allen

Anixter

Burden Lake Country Club

Cabot Creamery

Citizens Bank

Capital District YMCA

Chase Manhattan Bank

Citizens Bank

Clement Frame & Art Shop

Clough Harbour and

Associates, LLP

Cobleskill Golf & Country Club

Colonial Cleaners

Country Club of Troy

Curtis 1000

Joseph Daley

Eagle Crest Golf Club

Edison Club

Flavour Cafe & Lounge

Franklin Square Inn & Suites

Galway Golf Club

Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant

Nancy H. Goody

Hannaford

Hoffman Car Wash

Kingsboro Golf Club

Lakeview Inn

On Crystal Lake, Inc.

Marriott Hotels

Moscatiello’s

MVP Health Care

National Baseball Hall of Fame

New York State

Historical Association

Oasis Family Fun Park

Party Warehouse, Inc.

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company

Pioneer Savings Bank

Plaza Fitness

Rensselaer Athletic Department

Saratoga National Golf Club

Shaker Ridge Country Club

South End Tavern

Spectrum 8 Theatres

Mr. Michael Such

The Desmond

The Eatery

The Egg

The Otesaga Resort Hotel

Time Warner Cable

Tosca Grille

Tri City Valley Cats, Inc.

TrueValue Hardware

UPS

USS Slater/Destroyer Escort

Historical Foundation

U.W. Marx Construction Company

Van Patten Country Club

Windham Country Club

Distinguished

Service Awards

Luncheon

The luncheon was held

October 26, 2006. Proceeds

benefited the Annual Fund.

Platinum Sponsors

($3,500 and up)

Times Union

Verizon

Gold Sponsors

($2,500 to $3,499)

John Scanlon’s Market Block

Massry Realty Partners

Seton Health

Silver Sponsors

($1,500 to $2,499)

Clark Patterson Associates

E. Stewart Jones Law Firm

Fuller & O’Brien, Inc.

MVP Heath Care

Bronze Sponsors

($500 to $1,499)

General Building Contractors

of New York State, Inc.

Key Bank

Mercer Companies

Nigro Companies

Pioneer Savings Bank

Siena College

The Chazen Companies

ValueOptions

Award Sponsors

($250 to $499)

Arthritis Foundation

Bank of America

BBL Construction

Lori Schindler Realty Company

New York State

Association of Insurance

and Financial Advisors

Ryan-Briggs Associates

SMRT Architects

and Engineers,PC

Stone Bridge Iron and Steel Co.

Taconic Biotechnology

Tri-City ValleyCats

Event Sponsors

($100 to $249)

Anchor Agency, Inc.

Dorice and Norman Brickman

Carla Chiar

Karl Coté

Vincent Delio

Lloyd H. Demboski

John Egan

Gendron’s Truck Center

Northeast Health Foundation

Renaissance Corp. of Albany

Rensselaer County Executive

Kathy Jimino

Saratoga Economic

Development Corporation

Charles Staro

The Business

Development Group

The University at Albany

Richard Wallace

Donors to

Restricted

Funds

Scholarship and

Award Funds

Albany Medical Center

Scholarship

Albany Medical Center

Alumni Legacy Scholarship

James H. Grace ’64

Hazel Hayes Atwater

Memorial Scholarship

Janet Atwater ’71

Patricia Wheeler

Lois and John H. Atwater Jr.

Memorial Scholarship

Janet Atwater ’71

Automobilists of the Upper

Hudson Valley Scholarship in

memory of John A. English

Automobilists of

Upper Hudson Valley

Dr. Joseph J. Bulmer

Educational Opportunity

Center Scholarship

Mary Abbott

Patrick Driscoll

Michael E. Fleming

Joseph Freund

Ronald M. Frinks

HVCC-Faculty Association

Lucille Marion

Michael Morris

Ann Marie Murray

Shirley Neiss ’97

The United Group of Companies

Judith Zamurs

Business Administration

Scholarship

Anonymous

Karen Holmes

National Grid Matching Gifts

Capital District

Chevrolet Club Scholarship

Capital District Chevrolet Club

Courtney M. Carelli and

Ryan W. Gardner Memorial

Scholarship

Friends of the Carelli and

Gardner Families

Peter T. Chimbos ’64

Memorial Scholarship

Maria Cholakis

John J. Choulochas

Annual Award for Excellence

in Automotive Service

Katherine Fredricks

College in the High School

Program Scholarship

Bank of America

Citizens Bank

Kenneth Colloton ’71

NBT Bank

Kevin H. Davidson

Memorial Scholarship

Shirley Neiss ’97

Sandra L. Eyerman ’07

Richard Dinn

Memorial Scholarship

Sally Bauer

Carol J. Dinn

Dicey O’Malley

Judith A. Stamp

Robert Swanick

Diversity Honors Scholarship

Faculty Student Association

of Hudson Valley Community

College

Jason Irving Doeg ’02

Memorial Scholarship

Sandra Agars

Friends and family of Jason

Irving Doeg

Faculty Student

Association Scholarship for

Matriculated Students

Faculty Student Association

Faculty Student Association

Scholarship for

Non-matriculated Students

Faculty Student Association

Fine Arts Award

William G. Muller

John R. Fletcher

Memorial Scholarship

Theodore Marotta ’66

Jill Palmer-Wood ’82

Ryan W. Gardner Memorial

Scholarship Sponsored by

the Rensselaer County

Association of Town

Superintendents of Highways

Scholarship

Rensselaer County Association

of Town Superintendents of

Highways Scholarship

Donald F. Gilbert Jr.

Scholarship

Joan Lawson

Kathryn Sullivan

Paul F. Goliber

Memorial Scholarship

David P. Goliber

Donald C. Goliber ’78

IBM Matching Gifts Program

Willie A. Hammett Student

Services Scholarship

Frederick W. Kakumba

Ann Marie Coulombe

Donald D. Heckelman

Memorial Scholarship

Donald Heckleman ’79

Cathy Hunter-Roberts

Scholarship

Susan McDermott

Brenda Twiggs

Sean Anthony Kelleher

Memorial Scholarship

Brian and Gail Kelleher

Michael-Joel Kelleher

Lockheed Martin Scholarship

Lockheed Martin Corporation

Mathematics and Science

Award

Sally McLaughlin Bauer

Martha Fowler

Rochelle Goldfarb

Diane Jasinski

Carol Karpien

Susan L. Kutryb

Margaret A. Leonard

Carol McCarthy

John E. Murray Jr.

Cherie Pash-Corr

Kathleen E. Quirk

Elaine M. Brooks Rinaldo

Maryellen O. Rosetti

Joan E. Shack

Eugenia Staerker

Linda Stein

Patricia Wheeler

Judith Zamurs

Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr.

Scholarship

Paul F. Conroy ’64

Lucille Marion

Rev. Dr. Dennis L. Nagi

Scholarship

Rev. Dr. Dennis L. Nagi

and Candice Nagi

Louis D. Nagi Scholarship

Maria Cholakis

Diane Jasinski

Alfred Vanderzee

Naturalized Student Award

William Frank Jr.

New York State Federation

of Home Bureaus, Inc.

Scholarship in Liberal Arts

Bonita Sessing-Matcha

Northeastern Subcontractors

Association Scholarship

ARW Drywall Co Inc.

Commonwealth Benefit

Group LLC

Esserman & Pelter, LLP

Mullally Bros., Inc.

Northeastern

Subcontractors Association

Sage Brothers Company, Inc.

Western Building Restoration

Co., Inc.

Aimee Lynn Pyskadlo

Memorial Scholarship

C.L. King & Associates, Inc.

Cohoes Columbiettes #192

Cohoes-Waterford Elks Lodge

No 1317

Dennis W. Donnelly

Marra’s Pharmacy

Sunward Technologies, Inc.

Rensselaer County Association

of Town Superintendents of

Highway Scholarship

Association of Town

Superintendents of Highways

Elizabeth K. Ripple

Memorial Scholarship

Maria Hull

Frank J. Ryan ’69

Memorial Scholarship

Dorothy A. Ryan ’66

Second Chance Scholarship

Second Chance

Scholarship Foundation

Shirley Neiss ’97

Second Chance Scholarship

Endowment Fund

A reception was held June 7,

2007 to honor Dr. Angelo

Mastrangelo and to benefit the

Second Chance Scholarship

Endowment. Many of the donors

listed below gave in support of

that reception.

Annese & Associates, Inc.

Jesse Boyce ’06

Mark Breslin ’58

John Brugel

Kathleen Carney ’04

Mary Carroll

Center for Ecomonic Growth, Inc.

Michael Chojnacki

The College of Saint Rose

Margaret Daley

Christopher Degiovine

Patrick Dewane ’04

Selissa Dukes ’96

Erik Eddy

William Fagan ’73

Michael Frisoni

Joyce A. Harley

Janet Hunter ’05

Daniel Jacques

Key Bank of New York

Lynn King ’04

Jeanne Kobuszewski

Sunanda Koshy ’04

John Kucij

Diane Lawrence

Anh Le ’07

Anthony Mastrangelo

Barbara McBride

Mary Morganson ’95

William Muller

Shirley Neiss ’97

Ginny O’Brien

Susan Patterson

Salvatore Pipito

Kathleen Quirk

Bruce Raunick ’92

Catherine Reamer ’91

Erick Richardson

Shavina Richardson-Aiken ’07

Gary Robinov

Mary Kate Robinson ’74

Gerilyn Rose ’95

John Smircich

Thomas Smith

Michael Stevens

R. Mark Sullivan

Bruce Thompson

Vera Titterington ’72

Carl Touhey

Lisa Van Wie

Denise Watso ’02

Gordon Zuckerman ’62

and Linda Zuckerman

Second Chance Scholarship

Endowment Fund in memory

of Matthew Hathaway ’98

Lisa Banta

Richard Berkun

Penelope G. Brunt

Douglas J. Capasso

Henry M. Crawford

Brian T. Creary

Criticom Critical Communications

Susan Daniels

Anne M. Harvey

John R. Zongrone Agency, Inc.

Jolles Insurance, Inc.

Robert A. Kipke

Page Morrison

Robert Perrigo

Laurie J. Smith

Wet Planet Beverages

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Leonard J. Spiegel

Memorial Scholarship

Beverly Spiegel

Michael D. Tisenchek

Memorial Scholarship

Cathryn and Louis Tisencheck

Michael J. Torello

Memorial Scholarship

Janet Atwater ’71

We@HVCC Fund

Elissa M. Baker

Sally McLaughlin Bauer

Karola O. Berg

Eleanor D. Bode ’04

Patricia A. Bodi ’98

Suzanne Brownrigg

Adela Buczynski

Virginia F. Cintron

Patricia M. Colongione ’63

Beverly J. Cootware

Nancy T. Cupolo

Carolyn Curtis

Margaret A. Daley

Kimberley A. Denue

Carrie A. Farley

Tara L. Farley

Bonnie R. Farrell

Erica Ferro ’94

Susan P. Gallagher

Deborah Gardner

Patricia A. Gaston ’90

Nancy H. Goody

Christine Helwig

Judith Hitchcock

Diane Jasinski

Rachel S. Josil

Suzanne K. Kalkbrenner

Jeanne Kelleher ’75

Susan M. Kilgallon

Donna L. Kropp

Anne S. Labelle

Joan S. Lawson

Margaret A. Leonard

Kristina I. Lewis ’75

Laura Malkonian

Marcia A Malone

Margaret Mann

Erin M. Manning ’99

Ulla A. Manning

Barbara B. McBride

Carol McCarthy

Kim F. McMann

Donna L. Milks ’94

Donna J. Murray

Shirley Neiss ’97

Non-Instructional

Employees Union

Jean M. O’Malley

Frank Padula ’79

Julie A. Panzanaro

Cherie Pash-Corr

Linda Pelosi-Dunn

Holly A. Pennock

Jeanne L. Petropol

Dorothy H. Reynolds

Mary Kate Robinson ’74

Barbara L. Russell

Joan Russo ’97

Lorraine A. Schmiedeshoff ’88

Tracy K. Seeberger

Marilyn C. Shapiro

Carlene M. Sheehan

Vivian A. Tortorici

Brenda E. Twiggs

Kathleen Vandenbergh

Sherri M. Wait

Youth Program Temp Fund

McCarthy Charities, Inc.

Stewart’s Ice Cream

Company, Inc.

Youth Program

Endowment Fund

Sharon Collis

Rena Epting

Erin Manning ’99

Program Funds

Alumni Emergency

Assistance Fund

Jill Palmer-Wood ’82

ASCE Student Club Fund

American Institute of Steel

Construction, Inc.

American Society of Civil

Engineers Mohawk-Hudson

Chapter

Clough Harbour and

Associates LLP

George Limbrunner

Theodore W. Marrotta ’66

Richard G. Wood ’81

Biology Nature Trail Fund

Sally Bauer

Hudson Valley Community

College Foundation Brick

Campaign

Mary Jean Bryce ’05

Building Systems Technology

Program Fund

James Countryman ’99

Hudson Valley Community

College Capstone Project

Arcadia Supply, Inc.

Joseph Gendron

Robert Swanick

Zak, Incorporated

Center for Careers

and Employment

Development Fund

Army National Guard

Dr. Frank J. Morgan Jr.

Clock Tower

J. Thomas Accuosti

Steven J. Aquino ’73

Douglas G. Baldrey

Oscar D. Barker

Richard E. Bennett, III ’75

Tonita A. Berry ’85

Mary C. Boland ’70

Ethel D. Bowen ’95

Arlene A. Briard

Barbara M. Butler

Michael J. Cantanucci ’72

Alice Cantwell

Daniel Casey ’69

Roger Champagne

Anthony J. Chismark ’69

Thomas A. Clement

Robert Cogdon ’70

Paul F. Conroy ’64

Bob Conway ’66

Paul Corr

William M. Cronin ’64

Christine Dalapas

Margaret A. Daley

Bryce Funeral Home, Inc.

Warren Delollo ’70

Michael P. Deviddio

Carl P. DiCeasre ’66

Edward Diegel

Patricia Morgan Dumas ’05

F. Joseph Dwyer ’66

Brian Fagan

Martin E. Farrell ’70

Esther C. Flynn

Mary L. Genevive ’88

Sandra Gorman ’88

George J. Gravrogkas

Paul L. Guyette

George T. Hall ’71

Margaret Higbee

Elizabeth Higgins

Daniel Hogan

Michael J. Holupko

Daniel J. Horgan ’05

Gilbert Housel ’65

Hudson Valley Community College

Student Senate

James J. Johnson ’81

Anne Kimball

Len & Gerry Krall

Maria College

Elizabeth J. Martin

Mary-Teresa Morgan McCormick

Anne McHugh

Anthony L. Milanese ’70

Margaret Miller

Dolores Montero

Anne S. Morgan

Beverly Morgan

Martha Morgan

Paul Morgan Jr.

John F. Morgiewicz ’72

Roger Nachbar

Millicent Newton

John H. Nickles

George R. Nevulis ’69

Jane B. O’Brien

Edissa E. Ploetz

Ronald E. Reuter

Vincent J. Rinella ’70

Christl Schmidt ’66

Marco A. Shafer ’72

Sonia B. Shaw

Joseph T. Sherry ’75

Vincent P. Spadoni ’89

Beverly Spiegel

Jason Stewart

Carol A. Sullivan

Richard J. Sweeney

Vivian Tortorici

William M. Trendell

Troy Kennel Club

William V. Vandenbosch ’67

James A. Walsh

George L. Welch ’69

College Day Care Fund

Karola Berg

Nancy Cupolo

Jacqueline Dushensky

Peter L. Sanzen

Construction Technology

Endowment Fund

U.W. Marx Corporation

DaimlerChrysler

Capstone Fund

DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund

Dental Hygiene

Endowment Fund

An “Celebration of Excellence”

gala was held Oct. 20, 2006 to

recognize the Hudson Valley

Community College Dental

Hygiene Program. Proceeds went

toward a new endowment fund to

benefit the college’s Dental

Hygiene Program. Many of the

donors listed below gave to the

fund in support of that event.

Named Operatories level

($25,000 and up)

John P. Essepian, D.D.S.

Fourth District Dental in honor

of Dr. Robert C. and Lillian

“Sisty” Wescott

Third District Dental Society

Platinum level

($10,000 to $24,999)

Robert K. DeLuke, D.D.S. in honor

of Dominick J. DeLuke, D.D.S.

New York State Dental Association

Christopher Walsh, D.D.S.

Gold level ($5,000 to $9,999)

Michael R. Breault, D.D.S. &

Michael McGovern, D.M.D.

Peter H. Collins, D.D.S.

Brendan M. Cooney, D.D.S., M.S.

Drs. Decker, Sbuttoni,

Boghosian, Dicerbo and Lawless

Dr. Robert H. Hill II

Dr. Brian Kennedy

Marvin L Kessler, D.M.D.

Kilgore International, Inc.

Joseph Lapinski D.D.S.

New York State Dental Foundation

Dr. Gary Thomas Puccio

Harry E. Rosenstein, D.M.D.

H. John and Jonathan Schutze

Douglas Smail, D.D.S.

Mark J. Weinberger, D.D.S.

Silver level ($2,500 to $5,000)

Albany Oral Maxillofacial

Surgery Group

Jeffrey L. Adams, D.D.S.

Lawrence J. Busino, D.D.S. &

Carmen Fasulo, D.D.S.

Family Dental of East Greenbush

JPMorgan Chase Bank

John McCambley, D.M.D.

Steven G. Messing, D.M.D.

Mark J. Pettrone, D.M.D.

Dr. Gordon L. Wright and

Dr. Kevin W. Morrill

Claudia L. Schwendeman, D.D.S.

Dr. Elena Suditu

Bronze level

($1,000 to $2,499)

Adirondack Dental Implant Center

Debra G. Bausback, D.M.D.

Michael J. Comis, D.D.S.

Stephen P. Dautel, D.D.S.

Dr. Jason T. Decker, D.D.S.

Michael M. DeSanti, D.D.S.

Drs. Gary & Mary DiSanto-Rose

Dr. Angela Dong

Dr. Vincent Filanova, D.D.S.

Drs. Friedman, Goodcoff

and Segal

James E. Galati, D.D.S.

Geoffrey R. Gamache, D.D.S.

Halfmoon Family Dental

Joseph J. Hart, D.M.D.

Michael J. Kane, D.D.S.

Stephen J. Langan, D.M.D.

Frederick J. Marra, D.M.D.

Monica Mottolese, D.D.S. and

James Slavin MD

Dr. Steven J. Oshins

Mark J. Pettrone D.M.D.

Seton Health

Robert E. Sharp, D.D.S., MSD

Dr. James A Slavin

Dr. Rosanne Sundstrom, D.D.S.

Gary H. Swalsky, D.M.D.

Gail C. Thornton, D.D.S.

Friends level (up to $1,000)

Dr. J. Craig Alexander

Dean M. Bartlett, D.D.S.

Christine M. Bornstein

Boule/Spear Dentistry

Breathe Easy Staffing

Solutions, LLC

Stephen J. Conway, D.D.S.

Mark D. Cury, D.M.D.

Dr. James M. DeBonis

Delmar Dental Medicine

Dr. Alvin DeSiena

Hu-Friedy

David Levine, D.D.S.

Dr. Timothy M. McSweeney

Dr. Lewis R. Morrison

Dr. Ernest F. Reimann

Judith E. Romano

Mark L. Roschinsky, D.M.D.

Barry Rosenblatt, D.M.D.

Dr. Lloyd B. Schwartz

Dr. Martin Toomajian Jr.

Dr. Richard D. Thayer

Dr. Douglas J. Tucker

Dr. Roy J. Vegter

Disability Resource Center

Endowment Fund

Eleanor D. Bode ’04

Deanne Martocci

Dona P. Williams

Educational Opportunity

Program Scholarship and

Emergency Fund

Adele Brown ’98

Louis Coplin

Larraine Ellis

Educational Opportunity

Center Endowment Fund

The EOC held a gala event on

Sept. 29, 2006 to celebrate the

center’s 40th anniversary, and

many of the donors gave in

support of the anniversary

celebration.

Diamond level

($10,000 and up)

Lucille Marion and Stephen Cowan

Emerald level

($1,000 to $2,499)

Nancy C. Condit

The United Group of Companies

Pearl level ($500 to $999)

Jean and Abe Bolgatz

Brooklyn Educational

Opportunity Center

Buffalo Educational

Opportunity Center

Louis Ferri

Verna J. Hodges

Esther Evelyn McPhail Smith

Long Island Educational

Opportunity Center

The Martin Law Firm

Tri-City JATC

UHY Advisors

Coral level ($250 to $499)

Amy and William Conley

Featherstonhaugh, Wiley,

Clyne, & Cordo, LLP

Thomas Gizara

Sylvia Intelisano and Jeryl Honikel

Ann Marie and John Murray

Quandt’s Foodservice

Distribution, Inc.

Marilyn and Larry Shapiro

Solomon and Solomon, P.C.

Jade level ($100 to $249)

Senator Joseph Bruno

Mary-ellen Buda

Assemblyman Ron Canestrari

Commission on Economic

Opportunity (CEO)

Community Maternity Services

Carolyn Curtis

Millie Delgado

Tom Dingley

Empire Education Corporation—

Mildred Elley

Jean Hobbs

IBEW Local Union 236

Rensselaer County Executive

Kathy Jimino

Marv LeRoy

Mildred Elley

Kristina Lewis

Anne Morgan

Shirley Neiss

Penni Newman

Holly and Bob Pennock

Kathleen Quirk

Joan Shack

United Way of NENY

Friend level (up to $99)

Capital EAP

In-kind Sponsors

Albany Institute of History and Art

Bally Total Fitness

Beaux Visages

Bella-Napoli Bakery

Capital District YMCA

Capital Repertory Co.

Claude T. Dingley

Cohoes Music Hall

Complexions Spa for Beauty

and Wellness

Theresa Dicesare

Drue Sanders Jewelers

Frear Park Golf Course

Fred Astaire Dance Studio

M. Cecile Furlong

Thomas Glasser

Hall of Springs

Robert Harley

John Hewitt

Hoffman Car Wash

Holiday Inn Turf

Jeri Honikel

Hummingbird Designs

Sylvia Intelisano

The Irish Mist

Jack’s Oyster House

Macy’s

The Maids Home Service

Marriot Hotels

My Favorite Things Floral

Panera Bread Co.

Party with Mia

Patricelli’s Deli & Catering

Phillip Alexander Jewelers

Laurie Puzier

Roma’s Importing Co.

Rumor’s IV Men

Rumor’s Salon and Spa

Salon Gallery

Michael Such

Surroundings Floral Studio

Tri-City J.A.T.C. Inc.

Van Patten Country Club

Wolfert’s Roost Country Club


English, Modern Languages and

English as a Second Language Fund

Sarah M. Boggess

McGraw Hill Publishing Company

Maria S. Palmara

Pearson Education

Maria C. Pollack

James J. Slattery

Facility Maintenance

Improvement Fund

Adele A. Brown ’98

Kathleen Cline

Melissa M. Coon ’93

Lucille A. Marion

General Endowment Fund

Cherie Pash-Corr

Key Bank of New York

William G. Muller

Alexander J. Popovics

History, Philosophy, and Social

Sciences Department Fund

Donald C. Ferguson

Prentice Hall

Douglas C. Niles

Norton Company

Individual Studies and

Liberal Arts Department Fund

Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company

Lang Fund for Animal

Welfare Studies

Conrad H. Lang Jr.

Valerie A. Lang

United Activists for Animal Rights

Library Fund

Capital District Library Council

Eli Fritz

Medical Imaging Emergency Book

& Uniform Fund

Linda Desnoyers

Jeanne Kelleher

Donna L. Milks ’94

Mortuary Science Fund

E. Michael McLoughlin

Maureen Stapleton Theatre Fund

Dorothy Reynolds

Teacher Preparation

Department Fund

Charles L. Touhey

Technology Expansion Fund

Adele A. Brown ’98

Judith M. O’Connor

Robert E. Racette Jr.

Robert F. Swanick

Viking Club

Richard Alfred

Douglas Baldrey

Paul Bishop

Andrew Blanchard

Bernardine Bochette ’72

Philip Brown

Timothy Brown ’92

Alvin Bryski

Andre Cook

Timothy Dennis ’66

Family Reading Program

Richard Fennelly

Colleen Ferris

Mark Galuski ’81

Eduardo Gutierrez

Margaret Ann Jacobsen

Marvin LeRoy

Mickey Levernois

Teresa Lewandusky

Mercer Companies, Inc.

Mary Musso

Fred Nero ’72

Thomas Reinisch

Amy Rodwell ’91

Thomas Rogan

Louis Rosamilia ’69

Jacob Silvestri ’96

Keith Thomas

TYCO Matching Gifts Program

Lisa Van Wie

Walcott Associates, LLC

Sandra Wimmer

Workforce Development Fund

Carolyn G. Curtis

Gordon ’62 and Linda Zuckerman

Endowment Fund

Gordon ’62 and Linda Zuckerman

In-kind Donors

DaimlerChrysler

Dolores Dowling

Estate of James Fitzgibbons

General Motors

IBM Corporation

LaFarge North America

Richard Spence

Heritage Society

The Heritage Society recognizes our

generous alumni and friends who

have included Hudson Valley

Community College in their financial

and estate planning. These planned

gifts include bequests, charitable gift

annuities, life insurance, retirement

plans and charitable remainder trusts,

and are vital to the continuation and

expansion of college programs.

John O. Amstuz*

Charles F. Bessey*

Vera Boerenko-Titterington ’72

Steve and Sarah Boggess

Mark T. Breslin ’58

Philip Brown

John L. Buono ’68

James J. Fitzgibbons*

Robert F. Foley*

Mary Karpiak Foster

Muriel T. Gageway*

Walter Gardiner ’55

Otto V. Guenther*

Jayne Regan Harris*

Stephen L. Hyatt*

Kevin Johnson ’74

Wynn Kintz

James ’67 and

Regina Scarano ’73 LaGatta

Marguerite H. LaPan*

Marvin R. LeRoy Jr.

Dr. Robert S. Menchel ’55

William G. Muller

Dr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Nagi

Holly A. Pennock

Mary E. Phillips ’73

Robert E. Pratt ’55

Peter Siy ’78

John J. Sweeney Jr.

Mark ’72 and Lorraine ’88 Schmiedeshoff

Robert S. Turner ’96

James A. Walsh ’61

*deceased

For more information about the

Heritage Society, contact Marvin

R. LeRoy Jr., chief development

officer at (518) 629-8007.

In the event of an error or omission, please accept

our apologies and notify Aimee A. LaLiberte,

director of advancement services, donor relations

and alumni affairs, Hudson Valley Community

College Foundation, 80 Vandenburgh Avenue,

Troy, New York 12180 or foundation@hvcc.edu.

2006-2007 Hudson Valley Community College

Foundation Board of Directors

James A. Walsh ’61

Chairperson

Michael C. Danieli

William F. Fagan ’73

Vice Chairpersons

John Shartrand

Treasurer

Arthur R. Veino ’76

Secretary

Robert Allen

Richard M. Amadon

Douglas G. Baldrey

L. Craig Bryce ’75

Paul E. Bulmer

William Dehmer

Antoine W. Harrison

Kevin J. Johnson ’74

Roy J. McDonald ’67

Anne S. Morgan

William G. Muller

Kelly Waterson Phillips ’99

James D. Ryan ’68

Patrick Ryan ’95

A. Lynne Scott

Peter D. Semenza ’84

Gordon N. Zuckerman ’62

Richard F. Galvin

Edward H. Nash

Emeriti

Andrew J. Matonak

Ex Officio

Ways to Give

Supporting Hudson Valley Community College through a tax-deductible gift

will ensure that the college remains at the forefront of higher education in the

Capital Region. Your generous support enables the college to prosper leaving

a legacy of academic excellence that future generations will enjoy.

There are many ways to make a gift and your contribution may be tailored to

meet your desires and objectives. Gifts may be designated for a specific

purpose or may be given without restrictions.

There are a variety of ways to contribute to Hudson Valley Community College:

■ Visit the Foundation online at foundation.hvcc.edu/gift

■ Call (518) 629-8012 to make a pledge or contribute using a Visa,

MasterCard, Discover or American Express.

■ Send your gift (check or money order made payable to the Hudson Valley

Community College Foundation) to the Hudson Valley Community College

Foundation, 80 Vandenburgh Avenue, Troy, NY 12180.

■ If you’re a Hudson Valley or New York State employee, you can make a

gift to Hudson Valley Community College via payroll deduction. For more

information, contact your agency’s payroll officer or call the Hudson Valley

Community College Foundation at (518) 629-7736.

All gifts made through the Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest extent

of the law.

Foundation Staff

Sarah M. Boggess

President

Marvin R. LeRoy Jr.

Chief Development

Officer

Nancy H. Goody

Director of Annual

Giving

Aimee LaLiberte

Director of

Advancement

Services, Donor

Relations and

Alumni Affairs

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