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FOUNDATION sUCCess. - Onondaga Community College
2009 OCC Foundation Annual Report
C r e AT I N g A
FOUNDATION
sUCCess.
FOr
OCC FOUNDATION
bOARd OF diReCtORs
Officers
Allen J. Naples, Chair
Peter g. King, AIA, Immediate Past Chairperson
Daniel J. Fisher, Vice Chair
maureen m. Tracy, Vice Chair
Nancy A. Bottar, Vice Chair
steven J. st. Amour, CPA, ‘81, Treasurer
Irene e. scruton, Secretary
Thomas A. Burton, Executive Director
directors
miles m. Bottrill ‘82
OCC FOUNDATION, INC.
missiOn
Butch Charles
Victor A. Diserio Kathleen m. Dwyer ‘83-‘85
William T. emm Betty Feng, Ph.D.
Judy C. Flanagan
Karin Franklin-King ‘69
Karen l. Hanford
To raise, administer and invest funds
for the benefit of OCC and
its students.
Dennis J. Hebert, CFP ‘68
gerald N. Hoffman
James F. Holland
gary r. livent, Ph.D.
Orrin B. macmurray, P.e.
Otey marshall
Henry H. melchor
Patrick J. rao
mark W. re ‘85
since its founding in 1980, the OCC Foundation has raised vital dollars from
the public and private sector to support various programs and projects
at Onondaga Community College. Over $1.2 million of those dollars have
supported the OCC Foundation scholarship Program, assisting more than
3,000 OCC students in achieving their goals through higher education.
Arthur H. rees ‘78
michael J. reilly, CPA ‘79
William e. sanford
steven r. schill ‘78
John P. sindoni, esq.
James A. stoddard, sr.
Debbie l. sydow, Ph.D.
gary V. Thurston
mark e. Tryniski ‘81
OCC
bOARd OF tRustees
10
ORgAnizAtiOn with mORe thAn
$
mIllION
IN AsseTs
OpeRAted by An impRessive
vOlunteeR
35
memBer
BOArD OF DIreCTOrs
The OCC Foundation is operated by an impressive volunteer, 35-member
Board of Directors composed of business, cultural and community leaders
from throughout Central New York.
David W. murphy, Chair
Connie m. Whitton, Vice Chair
The Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable organization. Donations to
Paul m. solomon, Secretary
the Foundation are fully tax deductible, to the extent provided for by law.
steven F. Aiello ‘81
If you desire more information on the Foundation or would like to learn
edward J. Heinrich, Jr.
more about how you can make a personal contribution or establish a
gary r. livent, Ph.D.
scholarship, contact the Foundation Office by calling (315) 498-6060 or
Donald m. mawhinney, Jr., esq.
online at www.sunyocc.edu.
Corey l. mitchell, sr.
margaret m. O’Connell
To view a listing of OCC Foundation scholarships, please refer to the
maryAlice Brown, Student Trustee
Financial Aid section of the College catalog or visit the College website at
george reed, Student Trustee
www.sunyocc.edu, following the scholarship links.
deAR FRiends OF
OnOndAgA
The Fall 2010 semester is underway with more than 12,000 students enrolled in nearly 50 degree
programs, non-credit courses, workforce training and certificate programs as well as online classes.
Double-digit increases in the number of students enrolling at Onondaga – an increase of 12% in 2009
and nearly 65% over the past decade – reflect a burgeoning demand for the high quality, reasonably
priced higher education alternative that community colleges have long provided. OCC has seen
exponential enrollment growth in those academic programs that are closely aligned with the needs
of employers, such as a new line mechanic/Utility Worker certificate program that was developed
through an innovative partnership with National grid. mindful of busy lives and hectic schedules,
OCC offers flexible scheduling as well as options for online learning, accelerated programs, evening/
weekend, and concurrent enrollment. These alternative delivery methods are so popular that they
now comprise more than 40% the College’s total enrollment. Demand for non-credit programs that provide industry-recognized credentials and customized
workforce training is also on the rise, as employers and employees work to maintain a competitive
edge in the global marketplace. Programs such as leAN six sigma for Healthcare, the Center for
Business Information Technologies (CBIT), and the small Business Development Center are providing
individuals with access to the targeted knowledge and skills that they need. And these programs
are providing our region with the well-trained workforce that is essential for economic vitality.
As public funding for higher education continues to decline, private investment grows increasingly
critical to OCC’s ability to respond to community needs. Fortunately, hundreds of employers and
individuals recognize the enormous benefit of investing in Onondaga Community College, as is
evidenced by the remarkable community response to the Foundation’s capital campaign, reach
Beyond, which achieved its $6 million goal in 2009 and is well on its way to reaching its “super goal”
of an additional $1.5 million dedicated exclusively to student scholarships.
The strong support we receive from our partners and benefactors ensures that the College will
continue to be responsive to the evolving needs of citizens and employers in Central New York. We extend our deepest gratitude to each of you for contributing to the success of Onondaga
Community College and its students.
sincerely,
“College is not a measure
of who you are. It is
an exploration of who
you will become.”
president debbie l. sydow,
ph.d.
Debbie l. sydow, Ph.D.
President
Onondaga Community College
2 0 0 9 O CC F O U N D AT I O N A N N UA l r e P O r T
Allen J. Naples
Board Chair
OCC Foundation
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sUPPOrT FOr
sChOlARships
As the economy recovers from its most recent crisis, concerns about the cost of attending college continue
to rise. more people are recognizing community colleges as a first choice for a quality education. enrollment
at Onondaga reached an all-time high of more than 12,000 students, and the demand for financial aid has
reached record heights along with it.
sChOlARship gRAnts
eXCeed
1.2
$
mIllION
FOundAtiOn
115
AdministeRs
sChOlARships
327 $4.3
149,429
mORe thAn
OnOndAgA students
$
ReCeived
IN sCHOlArsHIPs
DUrINg 2008
mIllION
tOtAl suppORt OF
COllege And students
sinCe 1980
For the past 28 years, the OCC Foundation has helped thousands of students ease the financial burden of a
college education. nearly 1,000 students graduated from Onondaga in may 2009, and many of them were
able to attend the College thanks to scholarships and gifts. Without the help of scholarship dollars, the door
to a college education would remain closed for many students.
Onondaga invites donors to contribute to the OCC general scholarship fund to keep the dream of a college
education within reach for prospective students. gifts of $25, $50, $100 or more can make the difference in
helping a student remain on track for success. All contributions are greatly appreciated.
For more information, please contact Onondaga Community College’s Office of Institutional Advancement
at (315) 498-6060.
“My biggest worry was
falling behind in my
bills and not making
OCC
Alumni COunCil
Onondaga Community College’s Alumni Association was organized by members of OCC’s first graduating class
it to class, but with
in 1964. since then, nearly 40,000 graduates have joined the growing ranks of OCC alumni. During 2008, the
the money you have
Onondaga Community College Foundation, Inc.
awarded me I can
Working with the Foundation, the Alumni Council helps fund scholarships; enhances and promotes
now sleep at night.
Thank you so much.”
Alumni Association became the Onondaga Community College Alumni Council, a standing committee of the
relationships between alumni and the College; promotes and fosters relationships among and between
students and alumni; and acts as an “official” source of information regarding alumni. It’s a resource of
alumni opinions and beliefs for the Foundation, the College and all of its constituencies.
The Alumni Council, made up of dedicated alumni from
tiffany (mathematics &
science) ‘09
diverse backgrounds, is led by a chair who is also a member
of the Foundation Board of Directors.
First president of Alumni Association: david bench, Class of 1964,
mechanical Technology Program
First Chair of Alumni Council:
miles m. bottrill, (right), Class of 1982,
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Left: Onondaga Human Services student michell Koons (left)
is one of many grateful student recipients of a Gifford Jump Start
Scholarship made available through the generosity of the
Rosamond Gifford Foundation and supported through the efforts
of Onondaga faculty including Human Services Professor
dr. ednita wright (right). Thanks to the Jump Start Award,
Michell was able to continue with her studies and pursue her
dream of teaching special needs children.
Above: OCC President Dr. Debbie Sydow, OCC Foundation
Scholarship and Grants Chairperson Irene Scruton and Alumni
and Scholarship Coordinator Anita Murphy congratulate many
of the proud Onondaga student scholarship recipients who
attended the 2009 reception to honor and thank donors and
offer congratulations to the latest class of distinguished alumni
achievers from Onondaga.
“I truly appreciate your financial support. During this time of change,
bailouts, and increasing costs of education, scholarships become a vital
part of offsetting costs. i am eternally grateful to the Foundation for
being selected to receive this scholarship.”
ethan (general studies)
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(L-R): Celebrating the Reach Beyond Campaign’s outstanding success are Allen J. Naples,
President, Syracuse Region, M&T Bank and Campaign Co-Chair; Onondaga Community
College President Debbie L. Sydow, Ph.D.; and Robert U. Roberts, President and CEO of
SRC and Campaign Co-Chair.
the lARgest FundRAising initiAtive
IN COllege HIsTOrY
The Onondaga Community College Foundation announced that its $6 million fundraising goal for its Capital Campaign was reached.
The campaign – reach Beyond: the Campaign for Onondaga Community College – consists of four components and was first
launched publicly in November, 2008.
One of the primary components of the Capital Campaign is the Presidential scholars Program. when fully funded, the presidential
scholars program will provide full Onondaga Community College tuition to all high school seniors in Onondaga County who
graduate in the top 10-20 percent of their class.
COmmittee AnnOunCes new
supeR gOAl OF
7.5
$
mIllION
As increasing numbers of students and local families look to Onondaga Community College for higher education, the Campaign
leadership Committee announced a new “super goal” of $7.5 million. This adds $1.5 million in additional funds to the original goal
of $6 million. These funds will be dedicated specifically to funding student scholarships through the Presidential scholars Program.
“most jobs now require at least a two-year college degree, and that trend will continue into the foreseeable future. All local citizens,
regardless of financial circumstances, must have access to higher education if we are to advance the local economy,” said
Onondaga Community College President Debbie l. sydow, Ph.D. “even as we celebrate this important fundraising milestone,
additional state cuts to higher education are being proposed. That’s the reason it is imperative that we continue our fundraising
efforts to ensure that our community’s high school seniors who want to go to college, can go to college.”
The reach Beyond Capital Campaign is only the second campaign in the College’s history and the first in nearly a decade. In addition
to the Presidential scholars Fund, the Campaign supports an expanded Children’s learning Center, an innovation and training fund
for faculty and staff development, and the new srC Arena which will open in late 2011.
“education is absolutely fundamental to the growth and prosperity of Central new york,” said robert U. roberts, president and
CeO of srC and campaign co-chair. “It is essential that the next generation of leaders has the vital resources they need to be
successful. I am proud to co-chair this worthwhile initiative that will benefit tomorrow’s college graduates who are most likely to
stay in Central New York to live, work, raise families, and help to grow our community’s future.” sRC has contributed $1,525,000 to
the campaign for student scholarships.
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“Throughout this campaign, I have had the privilege of speaking and talking with hundreds of individuals and
community leaders who keenly understand how wise investments can benefit people in this community,” said
Allen J. Naples, President, syracuse region, m&T Bank and Campaign Co-Chair. “The Presidential scholars Fund is
most certainly one of those investments. the value of removing the financial barrier to all high school seniors in
our community who want to go to college will pay off a hundred-fold with a well-educated workforce that
is absolutely essential for a strong economic future in Onondaga County.”
gifts that helped bring the campaign to the $6 million mark came from Otis Technology, Inc. with a gift of $250,000;
P. Drescher Co., also with a $250,000 gift; and a $500,000 gift from William and Penny Allyn. The gift from
mr. and mrs. Allyn brings total campaign giving from the Allyn family and The Allyn Foundation to $1,000,000.
to date, nearly 200 donors have contributed to Reach beyond (sunyocc.edu/reachbeyond).
reACH BeYOND
leAdeRship
honorary Campaign Chair
William F. Allyn
Co-Chairs
The important role the College plays in workforce development
to SRC, SRCTec and many businesses throughout Central New York
was the topic of a reception held at SRC with (L-R): M. Catherine
Richardson, Vice Chairperson of the SRC Board of Trustees and
retired partner with Bond, Schoeneck & King, PLLC; and Debbie L.
Sydow, Ph.D., President, Onondaga Community College.
robert U. roberts
Allen J. Naples
leadership steering Committee
steven F. Aiello ‘81
susan m. Crossett
Judson J. gostin
Orrin B. macmurray, P.e.
margaret m. O’Connell
Debbie l. sydow, Ph.D.
mark e. Tryniski ‘81
Alumni Committee Co-Chairs
Donna J. Desiato, ed.D. ‘69
mark e. Tryniski ‘81
Corporate Committee Co-Chairs
Judy C. Flanagan
Orrin B. macmurray, P. e.
Friends & Family Co-Chairs
Kevin m. moore, Ph.D.
selma l. moore
margery g. Burstein
srC and srCTec have demonstrated great commitment to
Onondaga Community College and are leading the way
through their support of higher education and the
importance of all students to earn a college degree. Their
$1 million gift to the reach Beyond capital campaign
represented the largest in the history of the College and
“Thank you so much
for your support. This
scholarship has been so
helpful in meeting my
tuition bills. While here
at OCC I have learned
that every dollar counts
and that one of the
most stressful parts of
college is the financial
aspect…tuition,
transportation, books,
etc. Thank you for
lightening my burden.”
terence (electronic media
Communications)
was pledged to Onondaga’s Presidential scholars Program,
specifically the new srC Presidential scholarship. The gift
also establishes the “srC Arena” on campus. That gift, coupled
with an additional gift of $525,000 in 2009, brings their total
support of the campaign and the college to $1.525 million.
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CAmpAign giFts
$1,000,000 +
srC, Inc.
William and Penny Allyn/
Allyn Foundation
$500,000 - $999,999
Baker Charitable Foundation
OCC Association, Inc.
$250,000 - $499,999
Central New York Community
Foundation, Inc.
Otis Technology
P. Drescher Co., Inc.
“Knowing that people
care enough to invest
in me and the education
of my generation has
motivated me. I do hope
that one day I, too, am
able to ‘pass it on’ and
help future students.”
benjamin (Humanities)
“I would like to thank
the OCC Foundation
and all its donors for
their giving spirit.
This scholarship is
extremely valuable to
me, and I appreciate
your confidence in
me and willingness to
contribute to my future
and my success. ”
heidi (Humanities)
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$100,000 - $249,999
COr Development Company, llC
Data Key Communications
IBeW local Union #43
m&T Bank
National grid
$50,000 - $99,999
Anaren, Inc.
russell C. Carlson
Cygnus management Foundation
Harcourt and Virginia sylvester
Foundation, Inc.
Henry A. Panasci, Jr.
Charitable Trust
INFICON, Inc.
JgB enterprises, Inc.
l. & J.g. stickley, Inc.
Dr. Irving g. raphael and
Ava shapero raphael
sensis Corporation
$25,000 - $49,999
Paul B. Bertan, Ph.D.
Bond, schoeneck & King, PllC
Burns Brothers Contractors, Inc.
Byrne Dairy, Inc.
Community Bank system, Inc.
Karen l. Hanford
The Hayner Hoyt Corporation
Hiscock & Barclay, llP
The Breuer Family
King + King Architects llP
KJ electric Corp
lockheed martin ms2
O’Brien & gere Companies
margaret m. O’Connell and
eric r. Allyn
Oswego County Charitable
Foundation of Alliance Bank
Joan M. Policano
James A. stoddard, sr.
Taishoff Family Foundation
Thompson & Johnson
equipment Co., Inc.
mark Tryniski ‘81 and
Phyllis Tryniski
V.I.P. structures
$10,000 - $24,999
Anheuser-Busch, Inc.
Anthony s. and Nancy A. Bottar
Bristol-myers squibb Company
C&s Companies, Inc.
C.r. Fletcher Associates
Carrier Corporation
Coyne Textile services
John and Kristine Duffy
Dupli envelope & graphics Corp.
Betty Feng and Progressive
expert Consulting, Inc.
Norma E. Foody
green & seifter, Attorneys
Haylor, Freyer & Coon, Inc.
Ann T. Kronner
Gary R. Livent, Ph.D. and
Ms. Karen A. Bender
lockheed martin employees’
Federated Fund
Candace and John marsellus
Dr. Kevin M. Moore and
Ms. Selma L. Moore
morse manufacturing Co., Inc.
The Honorable martha e. mulroy
David W. murphy
Allen and Betsy Naples
Tim Nelson ‘79 and
rosemarie Nelson
Northland Communications
sharon and David Northrup
Dennis J. O’Connor ‘71
robert U. roberts
Debbie and Harry sydow
TAg group, llC
Unity mutual life
Insurance Company
Us Department of education
Joseph m. and
Charlene m. Valentine
$5,000 - $9,999
Emmanuel and Agatha Awuah
Thomas A. and Janet l. Burton
Cooperative Association of
Food service enterprises
Victor A. Diserio
William and Anne emm
First Niagara Bank
James K. glavin and
madelaine glavin
goldman sachs gives
edward and Joan green
Dennis J. Hebert, CFP, ‘68,
Hebert Financial strategies
Holly and Jurgen Karker
Donald m. mawhinney,Jr.
Kathleen A. mcCabe-Crouse ‘80
and Jeffrey l. Crouse
Cathleen and robert mcColgin
Nissan North America, Inc.
Pinckney Hugo group
Patrick J. rao
sara recktenwald
melissa r. and Lindsey R. Reider
Jim and ginger ruddock
Laurel Saiz
steve schill ‘78 and
Kathleen schill ‘81 and ‘03
steven J. st. Amour ‘81
James Sunser ‘84 and
roseann sunser ‘80
Connie monteleone Whitton
$2,500 - $4,999
Anonymous
Beacon Federal Bancorp, Inc.
Harold C. Brown, Jr.
marcia r. Conrad ‘72
Dr. Donna J. Desiato ‘69
Daniel J. Fisher
edward and Janet Heinrich
mr. James F. Holland and
ms. Kelly l. sullivan
elaine Jacobs ‘09 and steve Jacobs
Irene V. Jennings
KeyBank, N.A.
Amy D. and Brent Kremenek
mark W. re ‘85 and
Nancy A. Pasquale ‘90
religious society of Friends
Stephanie C. Reynolds
William e. sanford
Irene e. scruton
seneca Data
mr. and mrs. John P. sindoni
$1,000 - $2,499
Joseph A. Agonito, Ph.D.
Anonymous
george l. Ball
Jason and Tracy Barnes
John Bonura ‘68 and
Colleen Bonura
miles Bottrill ‘82
susan m. Crossett
Cultural resources Council
Dairylea Cooperative, Inc.
Krystin B. Downes
michael F. Downes
John m. and Barbara A. Fero ‘77
Karin Franklin-King ‘69
Sarah Gaffney
James A. goulet
Arthur grant
Hanover square Association, Inc.
Haun Welding supply, Inc.
Onondaga Community College employees and former employees are indicated in bold italics.
“As a photography major, expenses can be huge, so this scholarship will go a long
way to helping me cut out-of-pocket expenses and provide more time for me to
concentrate on enhancing my photography skills.”
matthew (Photography) ’09
CAmpAign giFts (COntinued)
The Horowitch Family
Foundation
James Jerose ‘69 and
Kathleen Jerose
John P. stopen
engineering Partnership
Philip G. Klein
Henry H. melchor, esq.
Dr. Donald and
Mrs. Mary Miller
Brian J. Molinaro,
OCC Comptroller
Nicholas J. Pirro
QPK Design
Amy M. Russo, Esq.
Paul and Kathy solomon
John and
maureen mcCarthy Tracy
Andrea R. Venuti
UP TO $999
sandra m. Amelio ‘80
American Food and
Vending Corp.
Anonymous
Anonymous ‘03
Nancy R. Barnett
Peter J. Baron ‘96
Jerrold g. Bisson
Butch Charles
lee Wayne Corp.
Lisa A. Cooper
Kathleen L. Eisele, D.A.
Falcone Agency –
Dominick Falcone, III ‘70
gerard J. Flood ‘80
Elizabeth Hauswirth
gerald N. Hoffman
Key Foundation
Dawn E. Kindel, Ed.D.
Angela J. LaManna
Debra C. Lambert
John R. LaRose
John S. Mays, Ph.D.
Nancy K. McCarty
David mevoli
Michael O. Mulholland
Kenneth m. Pacelli ‘95
sarah Pisacich
george H. reed, Jr.
sam roberts ‘01
Joseph L. Rufo
James M. Russell
Brett smith
Barry and Debbie Trimble
michael Tucker
Sandra L. Wiley ‘04
Eunice D. Williams
Nicole l. Zehr ‘89
Onondaga Community College employees and former employees
are indicated in bold italics.
Gifts to the Reach Beyond campaign received as of June 7, 2010.
Terry L. Brown, Chairman and CEO of O’Brien and Gere, understands the
importance of Onondaga’s mission and views Onondaga as a community asset
positioned to help train the community’s workforce and his own employees,
many of whom are Onondaga alumni contributing to the company’s success.
Brown said at a recent OCC Foundation reception held at the company
headquarters in Dewitt, “Having gone up to campus and spent some time there,
I am just blown away by the facilities, quality of education and quality of staff.”
“I will never forget my experience at your wonderful school and the caring people who helped
me along the way. Thank you!!! A community college is what it implies – a community – and
more than ever at OCC. As I stated in an earlier e-mail, it would not have been plausible
without substantial help from a caring, compassionate, and loving staff. every single person
on campus has contributed in some unselfish way toward my success as a student and an
individual. Above all, you have encouraged me every step of the way.”
Floyd (Criminal Justice)
Onondaga Community College employees and former employees are indicated in bold italics
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stAtement OF FinAnCiAl pOsitiOn
As of August 31, 2009 and 2008
Assets
2009
509,102
8,333
50,000
2,293,412
5,843,861
5,717
12,700
711,700
$
2008
141,888
8,333
40,000
1,504,926
6,105,888
4,969
18,327
711,700
Cash and Cash Equivalents
Prepaid Expenses
Loans Receivable
Pledges Receivable, Net
Investments
Cash Surrender Value of Life Insurance
Gift Annuities Receivable
Land
$
totAl Assets
$ 9,434,825
$ 8,536,031
liAbilities
Accounts Payable
Present Value of Gift Annuities Due
$
67,775
44,128
$
61,518
45,705
Total Liabilities
$
111,903
$
107,223
net Assets
Total Unrestricted Net Assets
Temporarily Restricted Net Assets
Permanently Restricted Net Assets
Total Net Assets
1,132,373
3,645,035
4,545,514
$ 9,322,922
1,528,255
3,398,286
3,502,267
$ 8,428,808
totAl liAbilities And net Assets
$ 9,434,825
$ 8,536,031
liAbilities And net Assets
Complete audited financial statements are available from the OCC Foundation on request.
“Thank you OCC
Foundation donors.
Your support has
greatly enhanced
my chances for
success here at OCC.”
FinAnCiAl inFORmAtiOn
OCC FOUNDATION sCHOlArsHIP AND AWArD
reCIPIeNTs BY ACADemIC YeAr
OCC FOUNDATION sCHOlArsHIP DOllArs
AWArDeD BY ACADemIC YeAr
ehren (electronic media
Communications)
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endOwed Funds
OF THe OCC FOUNDATION
We proudly present the endowed funds of the OCC Foundation. These funds will exist in
perpetuity with the annual earnings providing vital support to deserving students and
making important projects a reality at Onondaga.
pResidentiAl sChOlARs
eNDOWmeNTs
n srC Presidential scholars endowment
n marsellus Family Presidential scholars endowment
n Presidential scholars endowment
n mark and Phyllis Tryniski Presidential scholars endowment
n Allyn Foundation Presidential scholars endowment
n James A. stoddard, sr. Presidential scholars endowment
n IBeW local #43 Presidential scholars endowment
n Community Bank Presidential scholars endowment
n COr Development Presidential scholars endowment
n KJ electric Presidential scholars endowment
n Henry A. Panasci, Jr. Presidential scholars endowment
n l. & J.g. stickley Presidential scholars endowment
n mACNY Presidential scholars endowment
n Joan m. Policano Presidential scholars endowment
n Anaren Presidential scholars endowment
n Carrier Corporation Presidential scholars endowment
n JgB enterprises Presidential scholars endowment
n P. Drescher Co., Inc. Presidential scholars endowment
n Bond, schoeneck & King Presidential scholars endowmment
n m&T Bank Presidential scholars endowment
geneRAl eNDOWmeNTs
eNDOWeD FUNDs OF
$100,000 TO $499,999
rosamond gifford
scholarship endowment
n edith s. stoddard
scholarship endowment
n Data Key Communications
scholarship endowment
n
eNDOWeD FUNDs OF
$50,000 TO $99,999
n OCC Foundation general
Quasi endowment
OCC Foundation scholarship
Quasi endowment
n Dr. Anthony A. malfitano
Health Professions
scholarship endowment
n Donna speziale-richards
memorial scholarship
endowment
n OCC Foundation
scholarship endowment
n electrical Technology
Program scholarship
endowment
n OCC Faculty Award for
Academic excellence
endowment
n OCC Alumni Association
scholarship endowment
n
eNDOWeD FUNDs OF
$25,000 TO $49,999
n Kevin and selma moore
music scholarship
endowment
n John H. mulroy memorial
scholarship endowment
n Ann mcKinnon memorial
scholarship endowment
n Dr. Thomas D. sheldon
memorial scholarship
endowment
n ghana society Pan-African
scholarship endowment
n electrical Technology
student Assistance
endowment
n Harold A. Phillips
scholarship endowment
n rick Kent Auto Technology
scholarship endowment
n Barbara micale Piano
scholarship endowment
n Dr. Dorothy l. Kelly Human
services Award endowment
n James mcgroarty memorial
scholarship endowment
n John F. Downes memorial
scholarship endowment
Nancy and russell Carlson
International education
endowment
n Donald C. Helmer
scholarship endowment
n gertrude K. swerdlow
lecture series endowment
n Donald m. mawhinney, Jr.
Honors scholarship
endowment
n John and Helen etherington
scholarship endowment
n Onondaga Nation Native
scholarship endowment
n Horowitch Native American
scholarship endowment
n strategic Initiative/
Development endowment
n Alliance Bank
scholarship endowment
n
eNDOWeD FUNDs OF
$10,000 TO $24,999
n eric J. mulhauser
endowment for the Arts
OCC lecture series
endowment
n National grid sankofa
student success endowment
n Bettie mann stevens
scholarship endowment
n Wesley P. Valentine memorial
scholarship endowment
n
eNDOWeD FUNDs OF
UP TO $9,999
n Donald and mary miller
scholarship endowment
n David e. Feldman Journalism
scholarship endowment
n David delima scholarship
endowment
n NYs/Onondaga County Home
Bureau scholarship
endowment
n maria e. Dracker scholarship
endowment for excellence
in Nursing
n Jack Ault memorial
scholarship endowment
n Charles T. White scholarship
endowment
n Bridgestone/Firestone
scholarship endowment
n Victor and Halyna lisnyczyj
scholarship endowment
n Juanita Jones Crumrine
scholarship endowment
n syracuse Association for the
education of Young Children
scholarship endowment
n Frances rogers sposato
scholarship endowment
n John and edna Fooks
scholarship endowment
BUIlDINg TOWArD
eNDOWmeNT
William e. markovitz
scholarship endowment
n William s. Oliver
Architectural Technology
scholarship Fund
n sofia lotito memorial
scholarship endowment
n Jerry Barsha memorial
endowment
n Caroline A. stover
endowment
n
9
A very special tradition of the College and the Foundation is the annual retiree
reception during Syracuse Jazz Fest. This is a time of renewing old friendships,
visiting with former co-workers and marveling at the latest progress on campus.
more and more friends of OCC are making a
difference for OCC students through planned
giving. Those who have chosen to honor the
College with a planned gift or through their
estate plans are invited to join the prestigious
OCC legacy society.
The College proudly honors the members who
have made their commitment to the society:
Helen B.Q. Anderson
Paul B. Bertan, Ph.D.
Alan and margery Burstein
loretta J. Carney
roderick and Crystal etzel
Norma e. Foody
Donald C. Helmer
louis m. Izzo
Ann T. Kronner
martin and mary lewis
ransom g. macKenzie
Donald m. mawhinney Jr.
Nancy K. mcCarty
mary C. murphy
lor and steven speach
edith s. stoddard
Debbie and Harry sydow
suzanne K. Tarolli
As Onondaga nears its 50th anniversary, the stories and memories of its employees
and alumni are special indeed, and reminiscing together with OCC Foundation
Executive Director Tom Burton are all former faculty and professors emeriti (L-R):
Norma E. Foody, Janet R. Harris and Nancy K. McCarty.
Legacy Pathways lAunChed
The OCC Foundation proudly presented its first issue of
Legacy Pathways, the new legacy society newsletter,
designed to provide information on the importance of
estate planning and planned giving in assisting future
generations of OCC students in achieving their dreams of
higher education and a path for a brighter tomorrow.
The Foundation’s prestigious legacy society represents
a group of dedicated individuals who have made an
important commitment to Onondaga Community College
students of today and tomorrow. The legacy society
honors those who have made a commitment to Onondaga
Community College’s future through a bequest intention,
charitable gift annuity, charitable trust, life insurance gift or
other estate planning techniques.
Future issues of Legacy Pathways will profile legacy society
members and share valuable information when making
decisions about personal and family estate management.
“Among the most significant and most transformative gifts that Onondaga Community College
will ever receive are planned, or deferred gifts as they are known. These visionary gifts, from those
who believe in Onondaga’s capacity to help students explore, discover and transform, will have
enormous impact on the College and future students.
The OCC legacy society is the College’s way of acknowledging these special gifts. Through their
commitment to Onondaga’s future, legacy society members honor the College’s role in
contributing to a high quality of life, a well-educated citizenry, and a vital economy throughout
Central New York. these very special donors help guarantee that quality higher education will
be available and accessible for all Central new yorkers, empowering future generations of
students to explore and discover their inherent potential and to pursue their academic dreams.”
thomas A. burton
executive Director
OCC Foundation, Inc.
10
mATH PrOFessOr’s
geneROsity
ADDs UP TO sUCCess.
For many, future professions aren’t always decided on in the prime of one’s
immature youth. However, Onondaga’s Jane Tanner, a mathematics
professor at Onondaga Community College, knew sitting in her kindergarten
classroom that her path would one day lead her to become a teacher.
“my math teacher inspired me.” Tanner said. “she just really turned me onto
math in fifth and sixth grade. I wish I could have talked to her and personally
told her, ‘Because of you, this is what I did with my life.”
Prior to coming to Onondaga, the Baldwinsville, N.Y.,
native had teaching opportunities in the Baldwinsville
and liverpool school districts before getting a phone
call from former OCC Vice President of Academic and
Jane d. tanner
student services Helen etherington in 1982.
“she took a chance and hired me,” Tanner said. “she has been a dear woman
to me.”
Award, highlighting her services to the College and work with the museum
of science and Technology (mOsT); the Paragon Honor which showcased
her accomplishments in mentoring new online faculty; and a most
prestigious national recognition – the National Institute for staff and
Organizational Development (NIsOD) Award.
This may come as no surprise to those that know Jane Tanner, but the same
dedication and commitment she brings to the classroom is complemented
by her generosity to organizations she supports. tanner is identified as
one of the top consecutive donors to the OCC Foundation for more than
15 years and has contributed consistently to support student scholarships
such as the memorial scholarship named in memory of former colleague
Patricia Baggett; the Helen and John etherington endowed scholarship;
and the OCC Faculty Award for Academic excellence.
“there are good students here that are financially strapped and need
help,” Tanner said. “you have to give them a chance, it might save their
lives.” she continues, ”If students can’t attend due to financial reasons, we
aren’t helping out the institution. If I can help someone else out, then that’s
the way to do it. I do it because it’s easy to do.”
For Tanner, seeing the end result is extremely rewarding. “As a teacher, it’s
Tanner’s decorated 28-year career at Onondaga has paved the way for a
most impressive resume filled with awards and honors such as the “Who’s
seeing that light bulb go on. If that light bulb doesn’t go on, you’re not
doing something right. It’s all worthwhile at the end.”
Who Among America’s Teachers” in 2004 and 2005; the OCC Board of Trustee
why shOuld
yOu give?
As the second largest undergraduate institution in Central New York, Onondaga enrolls more students from every
Central New York school district than any other college or university and enrolls as many as 60% of collegebound high school seniors from local school districts. Onondaga offers nearly 50 different degree and certificate
programs, customized training for business and industry, and a full range of personal enrichment courses.
Taxpayer support represents less than 50% of the College’s revenue each year. Additional resources are
necessary for Onondaga to continue this service to the community and carry out its mission of contributing
to a high quality of life, a well-educated citizenry, and a vital regional economy:
n
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Onondaga is an integral part of the community – we are of, by,
and for the residents of this region
Onondaga enrolls
as many as
Onondaga builds the local workforce – the students we train
come from and typically remain in Central New York
Onondaga is a quality alternative to high-cost undergraduate education
support for Onondaga ensures outreach to under-served
OF COllege-bOund
populations and expanded access to postsecondary education
high sChOOl seniORs
FROm lOCAl
Onondaga Community College expands the circle of economical and
sChOOl distRiCts
personal opportunity through:
l Job training
l enhanced learning potential
l Convenient and affordable programs
l lifelong learning
Onondaga keeps social capital in the local community
Onondaga is one of the region’s most promising and agile social, education, and cultural assets
l stimulating the effective use of emerging technologies
l Adapting to changes in the structure of workforce needs
l Building audiences for the arts and humanities
l Addressing diversity and celebrating our ethnic and racial differences
60%
To make a donation, please use the enclosed envelope or visit the
OCC Foundation at sunyocc.edu.
OnOndAgA
50
OFFeRs neARly
diFFeRent degRee And
CeRtiFiCAte pROgRAms
“Attending Onondaga
Community College
was one of the smartest
decisions I have ever
made. Just as I was about
to run out of funding
and faced the possibility
of dropping out, your
letter came in the mail.
I am most grateful
that you were able to
support me and get
me one step closer
to graduation.”
Jennifer (mathematics &
science) ‘09
11
2009 AnnuAl Fund dOnORs
$1,000 +
Maren H. Brown, Ph.D.
Ramesh S. Gaonkar, Ph.D.
Donald J. and Chacea l. sundman
gary V. and mary lee Thurston
Anthony M. Vadala ‘83
$500 - $999
Anwar Al-Mudamgha, Ph.D.
Jo Anne Bakeman ‘73
Richard J. Calagiovanni ‘68
and Alicia Calagiovanni
martin and Kathleen Dwyer
empire state regional Council
of Carpenters
mary m. Kowta
m/e engineering, P.C.
James H. Martin ‘85
rosemarie Nelson ‘79
$250 - $499
Deborah Aquilino ‘73 and
Vincent Aquilino
Nadine Budlong
michael A. Carlino ‘77
John A. Cooper ‘80
samuel I. Dance ‘69 and
Candice H. Dance
Frank D. Doble, Jr.
Nancy J. Gabriel and
William J. gabriel
Debra Lambert
Viola and Dave Marcy
Christine L. McCullough and
David A. McCullough ‘96
Anita L. Murphy
Shannon M. and Daniel B. Patrie
Stephen R. Simmons ‘96
richard P. slater ‘80 and
Ellen Douglas
Barbara B. Steitz
Bradley K. Tygar ‘94
$100 - $249
sandra J. Anderson ‘91
James N. Antonacci, Jr. ‘77
Inger C. Barlow ‘92
Naudeen J. Beek ‘69
suzanne Belle
Elizabeth J. Bellen
Annette Birnbaum
Joanne e. Braeunle ‘77
Carol V. Braund ‘79
Patricia B. Brookes, Ph.D.
Christina Brown
martin J. Brown ‘83
lucille D. Browning ‘84
Travis J. Coleman ‘00
Mary Crawford
Suzanne M. Dalton ‘75
Cynthia J. DeCandido ‘84
mary e. Dodson-Tackett ‘98
Daniel J. elliott ‘87
martha m. evanoff ‘89
mark m. Fullerton ‘78
12
Bruce F. Hamm
Bruce F. Haney
Deborah Haylor-McDowell
Barbara J. Hoy
Deborah G. Irwin
Faith e. Johnston ‘92
Amy L. Klein
Johann F. Klodzen ‘64
Annette J. Krisak
John P. Kwiatkowski
Kathleen N. lagrow ‘79 and
Kevin lagrow
Kathleen g. lane ‘76
glenn l. and Kim m. laPoint ‘97
Deborah J. Lewkowicz ‘03
Gary R. Livent, Ph.D. and
Ms. Karen Bender
Anthony malavenda
suzanne m. malpocher ‘70 and
raymond V. malpocher ‘66
Martin R. Martino
Floyd A. moon ‘64 and
maureen F. moon ‘67
William l. mosher ‘84
Joan m. Nicholson ‘01
mark s. J. Paccone ‘90
Donna C. Page ‘76
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Page
lawrence J. Palmieri ‘71
Charles Petrie
Peter r. Pirnie ‘83
Clarke s. Pomeroy ‘88
Antonio B. Primerano ‘90
Janis Quirk and robert Quirk ‘88
robert l. richway ‘69
Janice m. roller ‘64
Shirley B. Singer
Thomas F. slater, III ‘70
Pamela s. solomon ‘66
Pamela J. Stepien
mr. and mrs. James P. stewart
Wendy E. Tarby
sydney r. Tenenbaum ‘88
James l. Todeschini ‘75 and
Cindy Todeschini
michael F. Touchette ‘64
Mary Anne Trompeter
Kathryn Tunkel
Robert W. Varney, Ed.D.
Thomas A. Wahl ‘91
Leanne M. Waterman ‘83 and
steven m. Waterman ‘86
michael s. Waters ‘75
Thomas J. Windt ‘73
Karen W. Winters ‘82
Rosemary A. Wood
Wayne W. Woods, Jr.
Patricia A. Woodworth, Ph.D. ‘66
Ednita M. Wright, Ph.D.
Karen l. Yerden ‘78
UP TO $99
Thomas A. Adams ‘98
murad s. Ahmad ‘76
David s. Albee ‘05
John s. Alberts ‘91
Frank A. Altamura ‘71
Belinda e. Anderson ‘84
Thomas Antonini ‘78 and
Pamela Antonini ‘80
Thomas s. Auffhammer ‘86
ellen B. Barnes, Ph.D.
Daniel J. Bartowski ‘76
James A. Basile ‘73
Xenia Becher ‘79
Douglas A. Bennett, sr. ‘88
Phillip l. Benton ‘76
sammy D. Billimoria ‘97
Karen m. Billy ‘86
Frances U. Bockus ‘75
gloria J. Brennan ‘85 and
edward J. Brennan
robert W. Brown ‘69
Adam J. Bruce ‘94
Huyland M. Bryant and
Mary E. Bryant ‘84
Thomas Bugaj
Thy A. Bui
mary P. Burke ‘71
Christopher Burns ‘78
Carol s. Butcher ‘84
Kathleen A. Cantone
Bonita B. Carr ‘92
lisa N. Chamberlain ‘89
David P. Chapman ‘79
Colleen H. Clancy ‘87
Kenneth J. Clark, Jr. ‘69
michael D. Clark ‘72
Howard D. Cohen ‘78
Sally H. Coman
David J. Compton ‘70
Timothy J. Conkey ‘95
sylvia l. Conroy ‘96
Brian P. Conway ‘77
Judith l. Cook ‘81
linda J. Corbett ‘75 and
James A. Corbett
James D. Crane ‘84
Karen A. Culotti ‘81
richard A. Cygul ‘75
Thomas J. Dailey ‘73 and
lynn Dailey ‘72
Carol A. D’Angelo
Timothy J. Darrow ‘90
Donald A. Davis ‘64
richard g. Decker ‘83
Cynthia l. Del Nero ‘92
richard P. Delutis, Jr. ‘73
Joseph M. DelVecchio
michael C. Dendis ‘89
Harry s. Denenberg ‘76
Carolyn A. Dengler, CPA ‘84
Barbara A. Dennehy
Amy r. Dent ‘00
Theresa A. Discenza ‘04
Donald e. Dunham ‘69
susan r. Dunn ‘86
elna l. Dwyer ‘85
John r. eklund ‘76
randy J. ellithorpe ‘86
Onondaga Community College employees and former employees are indicated in bold italics.
ruth A. engel ‘76
Keith l. ernst ‘72
Gerald L. Estes and June m. estes ‘79
James J. evans ‘81
Patricia A. Fadden-minnoe ‘84
and Timothy P. minnoe ‘76
Teresa A. Ferguson ‘83
laurie A. Fitch ‘84
Barbara H. Francis ‘93
Polly Price gardner
Kevin A. gochanour ‘88
Karl e. goodfellow, D.min. ‘74
sandra J. gowing ‘82
James r. graham ‘00
Annamarie C. grausso ‘72
John A. gray ‘72
Jeanne m. greco ‘99
scott green ‘89 and
Tracey L. Green ‘89
Kathleen A. grethel ‘81
Terrence Griffin
Carol r. guido ‘84
Diana m. guilford ‘77
mary A. Hackett ‘79
Barbara M. Hall ‘98
marilyn J. Hall
mark e. Hannay ‘86
Anglia F. Haramis ‘76
shawn e. Hast ‘85
Elizabeth J. Hauswirth
Inez g. Heal ‘65
John A. Henderson ‘76
matthew e. Hermann ‘81
Debra A. Hill ‘78
linda J. Hillman ‘75
gloria Hooper-rasberry, Ph.D.
sylvia J. Horton ‘71
Keith B. Hughes ‘98
James B. Hunter ‘86
mark W. Hunter ‘87
Janet e. Hurley ‘76
David D. Iadanza ‘80
Kathleen A. Irby ‘84
David r. Jerome ‘72
James N. Jerose ‘69
Karin e. Johnsen ‘74
Deborah roy-Jones ‘79 and
Bruce P. Jones ‘81
Janice e. Jones ‘76
William L. Jones
ronald l. Kaplan ‘64
Theresa J. Kerlin ‘92
Catherine M. King
Cheryl e. Kirsch ‘79
James Knighton
James e. Koes ‘77
sujata Koganti ‘79
Ann T. Kronner
Anthony s. Kurec ‘70 and
mary Kurec
Anna L. Kurtz
garry g. ladd ‘82
Peter laDouceur ‘70
Adam A. lentini ‘99
Nancy r. leopold ‘97
2009 AnnuAl Fund dOnORs (COntinued)
Joseph N. licameli ‘67
Vivan r. lockwood ‘87
James r. louk ‘77
Beverly Mack
James J. MacKillop, Ph.D.
Janet m. manko ‘75
David H. marrs, Jr. ‘82
robert J. marsh ‘73
mary A. marshall ‘69
David J. martin ‘75
Patricia M. Martin, Ph.D.
Prof. em. Frederick marvin
ralph F. mastriano ‘80
Grace Maynard
Jennifer l. mcBurnie ‘98
robert C. mcgarvey ‘93
Bette J. McLaud
Kristin m. middleton ‘85
Phillip B. modesti ‘88
Craig J. morgan ‘84
Michael O. Mulholland
Leonard Nocilly
Joanne g. Norford ‘86
Anna l. Okhman ‘06
James H. Onacki ‘80
Dolores J. Oot ‘86
Bruce L. Osborne
Blair D. and Maryann S. Page
Jean K. Paige ‘81
Walter l. Palmieri ‘78
Alexander J. Palmisano ‘80
Judy C. Parkhurst ‘88
maria C. Parsons ‘96
David J. Pavlas ‘83 and
linda m. Pavlas ‘74
Brian D. Peck ‘84
margaret l. Pendergast ‘78
Thomas H. Pendergast ‘68
michael P. Piscitell ‘73
rosemary A. Post ‘82
James W. Potter ‘82
richard H. Powell
martin g. Preston ‘68
Thomas E. Price ‘77
susan m. Putnam ‘96
Nellie F. ramsden ‘87
sharlene D. raymond ‘72
Denise M. Reid-Strachan ‘97 and
garfield W. strachan ‘99
margaret A. richmond ‘82
Charles J. ridler ‘87
Michael D. Rizzi ‘69
Jeffrey m. rolick ‘70
Tara S. Ross, J.D.
Donna e. roth ‘79
Howard g. rothstein ‘76
Patricia D. rouse ‘74
Olga J. ruckyj ‘69
Beth e. ryan ‘00
Pamela F. Ryan
ralph T. sacco, Jr. ‘97
Milton Sack, Ph.D.
Eric V. Scanlon
michael P. scaravillo ‘86
Judy A. schmid ‘80
Edith Schmitz
michael J. schreiner ‘88
Theresa M. Scipione ‘08
Doris K. seames ‘82
James O. secor ‘03
Frank senior, III ‘72
Janet m. sieve ‘72
Joseph l. siracusa ‘76
michael J. slater ‘82 and
Nikki A. slater ‘84
susan m. smith ‘76 and
gary D. smith ‘71
gene s. sova, Jr., r.N. ‘96
James r. spadafore ‘75
Arthur W. spencer, Jr. ‘70
michael A. steinberg ‘78
mark A. storrings ‘84
steven J. stottlar ‘96
Christopher H. stroh ‘79
Diana l. suskind, ed.D. ‘66
Jane D. Tanner
linda m. Taylor ‘79
John l. Thornton ‘74
shirdene r. Timpson ‘97
Dennis Trepanier ‘73 and
Deborah Trepanier ‘73
mark J. Troiano ‘99
earl l. Tuttle ‘88
Arthur T. Vangelder, III ‘88
Duarte N. Velosa ‘97
lee H. Verginio ‘87
Debbie K. Vishnesky ‘90
richard H. Vowles ‘75
David M. Wall
scott C. Wallace ‘82
James N. Walser ‘71
michael J. Walsh ‘77 and
Catherine s. Walsh ‘79
mary F. Warthen ‘97
Robert R. Weathers
mark A. Webster ‘80
Angela M. Weiler
Larry M. Weiskirch, Ph.D.
Carol M. Welch ‘80
Sandra L. Wiley ‘04
erik r. Willenborg ‘89
Patricia M. Williams ‘91 and
Bruce A. Williams ‘94
Patricia m. Williams ‘91
Joanne l. Willoughby ‘81
Thomas Woloszyn ‘69
Jody J. Wozniczka ‘98
Harvey B. Wright
William J. Wright, Jr. ‘85
ronald J. Yencha ‘75
Pollyann T. Young ‘73
Chester e. Zerrillo, Jr. ‘64
John m. Zwir ‘73
2009 mAtChing giFt COmpAnies
Anheuser-Busch Foundation
AXA Foundation matching
gift Program
Bank of America Foundation
Bristol-myers squibb Foundation
C&s Companies, Inc.
“Thank you for supporting my
efforts to become a teacher.
I am now closer to giving
back to children who will
benefit from my passion
to teach.”
Christianne (Humanities)
Central New York Community
Foundation, Inc.
The CIgNA matching
gifts Program
Constellation energy group
Covidien employee matching
gift Program
ecolab Foundation
ge Foundation
Harris Foundation
JPW Fabricators, Inc.
Key Foundation
National grid
state Farm Foundation
Time Warner Cable
United Technologies matching
gift Center/Carrier Corporation
Verizon matching gift Center
Welch Allyn, Inc.
2009
Alumni FACes
Congratulations to the outstanding 2009 Alumni
Faces honorees (l-r): County Court Judge
Joseph e. Fahey ’69; advertising executive
michael J. Ancillotti ‘82; international relations
ambassador lucille d. browning ’84; Jamie
lynn phinney, representing her late mother
and community and college advocate
helen b.Q. Anderson ‘72; and dr. daryll C. dykes
‘84, spine surgeon.
13
2009 geneRAl FOundAtiOn dOnORs
$5,000 +
milton glaser, Inc.
Arthur H. rees ‘78
$1,000 - $4,999
Alliance Bank, N.A.
Janice Avery Barsha
Paul B. Bertan, Ph.D.
Central New York Community
Foundation, Inc.
Ciaschi, Dietershagen, little,
mickelson & Co.
Cultural resources Council
Irene V. Jennings
Nancy K. McCarty
religious society of Friends
Hildegarde A. stover
Verizon, Inc.
$500 - $999
Richard C. Baggett, Ph.D.
marjory Baruch and
Wu-Teh Hsiang
John A. Cooper ‘80
Philip A. Frame
Jeanne m. Froehlich
Institute of museum and
library services
John Hancock life Insurance Co.
Bob Kilmar
Prof. Richard A. Lombardo
Daniel g. lowengard
m&T Bank
ellen mcKinnon
Bernice F. moore
raymond J. Noronha
margaret g. Ogden
Eileen M. Partridge ‘70
Pella of Central New York
Judith A. Rood
Pauline L. Shostack
Paul g. Tremont
Jane s. Ward
West Wind Consultants
$250 - $499
Joseph A. Agonito, Ph.D.
Collegiate Insurance resources
Joan gray
Intel Corporation
James T. lemessurier
Jodi locascio
robert C. mcgarvey ‘93
Thomas W. mecum
Floyd A. moon ‘64 and
maureen F. moon ‘67
syracuse Association for the
education of Young Children
Janine I. White ‘89
$100 - $249
michael J. Ancillotti ‘82
David and Katherine Anderson
Karl r. Anderson
14
Anonymous
James N. Antonacci, Jr. ‘77
Deborah Aquilino ‘73 and
Vincent Aquilino
martin F. Arcaro ‘64
mark and Barbara Arnow
robert l. Barcza
Belmont Orthodontics, P.C.
gary r. Bobbett
Kenneth B. Bobis, A.I.A.
William J. Camperlino
James F. Carey
John l. Clark ‘75
Jack J. Clarkson ‘89
martin and sharleen Cohen
James e. Cole ‘78
William A. Cole ‘92
michael J. Colomb ‘70
Communication Workers of
America local 211
genevieve J. Covelli ‘91
Joan l. Csaposs ‘83
Suzanne M. Dalton ‘75
William e. Davis
Andrew m. Dickey ‘74
Mark L. Ende, Ph.D.
Paul F. ennis
Hazel etherington
Wayne and eleanor etherington
Joseph e. Fahey ‘69
Friends of Amy Barsha
robert l. garofoli
Norma goldberg
David grabosky ‘80
ellen gray
David Hamilton, Inc. ‘76
Donald l. Hamilton
stewart F. Hancock Jr. and
ruth P. Hancock
Bruce F. Haney
Jeffrey r. Izzo ‘92
William F. Jenks
Beth and Karl Klein
Kramer, Inc./Betty A. Kramer
Tena lack
Judith A. lamanna rivette, esq. ‘69
salvatore F. lanza, esq. ‘77
glenn l. laPoint and
Kim m. laPoint ‘97
Phyllis Joy lee
Arthur l. loeffler
george J. louzek Jr. ‘72
David F. lowry
Oren r. lyons
Peter g. maier
marc A. malfitano, esq. and
Jayne malfitano
marshall gelfand survivor’s Trust
marjorie J. matty
Hildegarde H. mc laughlin
mary C. meyer, esq.
Emilie V. Miller
Theresa A. Mohamed, Ed.D.
michael J. murray
Oneida Indian Nation
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Page
lorraine K. Palumbo
gail K. Panagakis ‘83 and
John A. Panagakis
rita F. Patten ‘89
Patrick J. rao, esq.
mr. and mrs. Paul rittenberg
michael B. rogers ‘75
sheryl romanoff
Nicholas P. roppo Jr.
Howard g. rothstein ‘76
Carol A. ruby, ret. ‘71
James E. Ruddock, A.I.A.
Daniel r. ruscitto ‘74 and
Kathryn H. ruscitto
Jeffery J. salisbury ‘72
Vito J. sciscioli
sons of the American legion
squad #239
steve and lor speach ‘67
Thomas J. staniec ‘79
Kristy l. stas ‘05
Christopher H. stroh ‘79
syracuse Federation Formers
Sharon A. Testone, Ph.D.
stuart ross Ttee
Debbie e. Tucker
William and Janet Tumber, Jr.
sherri l. Turevon ‘80
Winfield l. Verdow ‘83
Brian Vu
elizabeth D. Warmerdam
michael s. Waters ‘75
Barb and Jim Whalen
WsTm/WsTQ
marie-louise K. Zeitlin
UP TO $99
David H. Adams ‘80
robert D. Alger, Jr. ‘84
maritza Alvarado, m.D.
Paul Anderson and
Kathryn mcmahon
Anonymous
Anonymous ‘95
June J. Arns ‘76
michelle l. Bach ‘95
Rosemarie Barbi
Anita Barone, Barbara shanahan,
Carol louise
sandra A. Baroni
Jerry B. Barshov
marjean K. Bartlett ‘01
ruth g. Beach
Jean Becker-Thierer
Kay Benedict scarlata
Arnold Berger
morton Berger
Patricia A. Bishop ‘79
Joyce C. Black ‘88
James r. Boughtin ‘91
elma B. Boyko
Jacob Bridgette
Onondaga Community College employees and former employees are indicated in bold italics.
Timothy L. Brown
Joseph B. Browne
Adam J. Bruce ‘94
salvatore A. Brunetto ‘94
Katherine J. Bufano ‘72
Thomas J. Bugaj
Alex Bui
Nina Bui
Thy A. Bui
Jeffrey F. Bullen ‘75
margery g. Burstein and
Alan s. Burstein
garth O. Button ‘07
Dianne J. Cameron ‘04
Kathleen A. Cantone
John P. Capozzi ‘74
roy Carl
lynda l. Case ‘68
Central New York Chapter of mOAA
ronald g. Challis ‘80
Alexandru Chilimar ‘08
Malkiel A. Choseed, Ph.D.
Colleen H. Clancy ‘87
Dorothea s. Clark
Kenneth J. Clark, Jr. ‘69
mary H. Coffey
solveig s. Comer
Ingrid J. Cominsky, Ph.D.
David J. Compton ‘70
Donald J. Condon, Jr. ‘69
Virginia V. Convertino ‘87
roberta A. Crane ‘84
Mary C. Crawford
michele A. Crawford ‘85 and
John s. Crawford ‘86
Florence, Irene, greg and
rosie Czerniak
Timothy J. Dalton ‘86
samuel I. Dance ‘69 and
Candice H. Dance
Alice C. Daniels ‘79
gordon N. Darrow ‘64
Kirk A. Dausman ‘87
Fred Davis ‘77
Cathleen m. Davitt
Virginia M. DeBenedictis, Ph.D.
and Paul A. DeBenedictis
lawrence m. Decicco ‘79
mary I. Delawyer
michael D. DePew ‘73
Bibiane m. Desroches ‘65
Charles A. Detor ‘80
Nancy Dickenson
muriel P. Diefendorf
Annemarie DiStefano
Kenneth r. Dowd ‘86
Boris A. Drulyk ‘07
Irina m. Drulyk ‘97
Donald e. Dunham ‘69
susan r. Dunn ‘86
elna l. Dwyer ‘85
Carlton P. Dykes ‘99
eastern Demster Beach
road Association
2009 geneRAl FOundAtiOn dOnORs (COntinued)
Donald and Nancy edwards
Portford s. edwards ‘04
Kathleen L. Eisele, D.A.
Anonymous ‘06
ruth A. engel ‘76
Gerald L. Estes and
June m. estes ‘79
Crystal L. Etzel, Ph.D.
Patricia A. Fadden-minnoe ‘84 and
Timothy P. minnoe ‘76
Fall Brook Fish & game Club
maria P. Fallace ‘84
Sheila H. Fenn ‘84
Maria E. Filippi ‘76 and
richard l. Filippi ‘88
Andrea J. Finnie and
William A. Finnie ‘75
Sandra Fiske, Ph.D. and
Jordan Fiske
Colleen e. Fitzpatrick
Anthony g. Fonehouse ‘74
David e. Fowler, Jr. ‘97
Jo An F. Fox-Wright
Thomas Friedmann
Jane l. Frink
Patricia m. Fusco
Natalia G. Garcia, Ph.D.
Patricia L. Garrighan
genesee Photo systems, Inc.
stephanie gillis
Teresa J. Godiers
rose leiman goldemberg
James A. goulet
sandra J. gowing ‘82
Darlene K. Graff
laurel r. greenberg
Kelly R. Groginski
gloria C. Hale ‘89
Karen S. Hale
marilyn J. Hall
Judith s. Harris ‘84
Nancy J. Hazzard
James P. Heck
gail A. Hefferon ‘93
Christine M. Heppeler ‘79
Kathleen A. Hinchman
Henry D. Hines ‘84
Kevin g. Hohl ‘80
steven l. Hollis ‘82
Carole J. Horan ‘85
sandra r. Hough ‘72
Kathleen m. Howard ‘75
Barbara J. Hoy
mark W. Hunter ‘87
marie A. Impaglia ‘91 and
michael A. Impaglia, D.D.s.
scott D. Jackson ‘92
David J. James, Jr. ‘73
Shirley T. Jaquith
lisa A. Jensen ‘94
edward A. Johnson ‘99
Ying F. Johnston ‘95
Alexius K. Jones
Karen shapero Jones
gerald g. Jovan ‘64
susan P. Keats
lorna Keith
James m. Kennedy
Jason Kerley
state Farm Ins. Agency
Theresa J. Kerlin ‘92
Thomas m. Kinane ‘71
Willi P. Kreuzer ‘72
Donna s. Krupcale ‘84
serenity A. Kucharski ‘05
lewis T. Kuppermann
Anthony s. Kurec ‘70
Inessa Kylymar ‘07
Barbara C. Lacey
Debra C. Lambert
Jeffrey C. lamison
Kevin g. lang ‘97
John C. lankenau
mary lawrence
Fanti T. le
richard e. lee state Farm
Insurance Companies
Amy levitan
Nancy e. lins
The literary and social Club
of Onondaga Valley
marilyn s. lively
Gary R. Livent, Ph.D. and
Ms. Karen Bender
James r. louk ‘77
William C. luvadis ‘00
Daniel H. mackey ‘97
michael malfitano ‘77
David J. marcy ‘64
Bradley W. marmon ‘09
David P. marple, Ph.D. ‘66
David J. martin ‘75
Prof. em. Frederick marvin
mary mathews
J. K. matt, Jr.
George E. Matthews
Dolores P. Mauro
Patricia H. mautino
Debra J. maxfield
Patricia mcAfee ‘89
george K. mcCarthy ‘69
geri l. mcCarthy ‘93
edward P. mcelaney ‘98
mary l. merle ‘81
William ‘Bill’ meyer, C.P.C.U.
Linda J. Mielnicki
elizabeth A. milewski ‘87
susan millstein
Brian e. mitchell ‘77 and
Patricia J. mitchell ‘78
Marjorie O. Morchower
David G. Muir, Ph.D.
raymond J. muldoon ‘80 and
Joyce A. muldoon ‘78
Anita L. Murphy
Pat murphy
sheila A. muters
National government services/
Audit & reimbursement Unit
mr. and mrs. seth Natter
Christopher A. Nelson
Mary J. Nowyj ‘80
michael B. O’Hora ‘97
Anna l. Okhman ‘06
Options for Independent
living, Inc.
Americo Pagan ‘01
maxine Paikin
Vera e. Parsons ‘99
Kristen l. Paulus, m.D. ‘86
sean e. Peck ‘08
margaret l. Pendergast ‘78
Linda Y. Peters
Thoa A. Phan ‘98
rosemary A. Phillips ‘83
margery B. Phinney
Harold W. Pierce ‘88
John g. Pirong ‘78
Valerie Potash
sallie and Jerry Prisyon
shawn P. Prue, Jr. ‘91
robert H. Purple
Mary J. Putman ‘79
Vivian e. Quinones ‘77
marco A. racciatti ‘85
Bev laws reader ‘82 and
Larry Reader
george H. reed, Jr.
Thomas e. reitano ‘71
Ardith P. richardson
Judith s. richardson
Jamie rigby state Farm Insurance
Gretchen G. Roberts
Jacqueline robinson-melchor and
Henry H. melchor, esq.
Parker e. rockwood
rae W. rohfeld
Jeffrey m. rolick ‘70
Janice m. roller ‘64
sam and Barbara roller
Valerie romanoff
Tara S. Ross, J.D.
John and Virginia ruf
Laurel Saiz and
Ralph A. Bova, Jr. ‘66
Thomas F. salzberg
steven J. sapka ‘85
James and margaret schneider
Nancy l. schneider
Jeraldine schumacher ‘72
mr. and mrs. r. Donald schwartz
sandra r. schwartz ‘64
Brent r. sears ‘05
Donna m. setrella ‘75
Paul r. seymour, C.P.C.U.,
state Farm Insurance
Anita V. sgambati ‘70
Diane e. shaw ‘80
Brenda D. Silverman
John P. sindoni, esq.
Shirley B. Singer
Thomas F. slater, III ‘70
Andrea m. smith
Irene solak
Thomas J. sparks ‘01
Patricia A. speno ‘79
raymond g. Haynes Jr.,
state Farm Insurance
Francis J. stepien ‘76
Thomas stern
Charles and Barbara stine
Jacqueline l. storer ‘82
linda l. strowbridge ‘91
David N. suarez ‘85
Verne L. Sugarman
John D. Sullivan ‘88
ethel m. swank ‘88
Diane A. Synakowski
Judith m. szonn ‘95
Jane D. Tanner
Norma B. Thomas ‘79
John l. Thornton ‘74
Neil W. Thornton ‘72
Ann R. Tierney
Thienan J. Tran
myrna and David Turek
Joseph F. Turrisi, Jr.
Henry g. Tuttle ‘04
Garth Tyszka
Jennifer l. Uryniak
edward g. Van Der Water ‘74
Arthur J. Vinette
martha A. Vnek ‘75
Thanh T. Vo ‘99
Viet Q. Vo
Patricia e. Von mechow ‘96
Daniel F. Walczyk, Ph.D. ‘85
Walmart store #2581
Leanne M. Waterman ‘83 and
steven m. Waterman ‘86
Gwen M. Wehbe, Ph.D.
Weiss, savedoff & Ciccone
Katherine L. Wenner
Sandra L. Wiley ‘04
Kate l. Winslow ‘06
linda Wozniak ‘73
Woznicki Insurance Agency
Jody J. Wozniczka ‘98
Harvey B. Wright
susan m. Yohn
Andrea Nina York
Jeanne e. Young
M. C. Young
robert C. Young and
Jane Barden Young
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However, if a name has been misspelled
or in any way listed incorrectly, please
accept our sincere apology and notify us
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2009 memORiAl And tRibute dOnORs
IN reCOgNITION OF FelDer/
sYrACUse TrACK AND
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FIelD sTADIUm, INC.
george l. Ball, III
Jerrold g. Bisson
James A. goulet
michael Tucker
IN memOrY OF
HeleN B. Q. ANDersON
ruth g. Beach
elma B. Boyko
Communication Workers
of America local 211
Fall Brook Fish & game Club
James P. Heck
Debra C. Lambert
mary lawrence
Nancy K. McCarty
Anita L. Murphy
raymond J. Noronha
margery B. Phinney
Vivian e. Quinones ‘77
Ardith P. richardson
rae W. rohfeld
Kay Benedict scarlata
sons of the American legion
squad #239
Verne L. Sugarman
Joseph F. Turrisi, Jr.
IN memOrY OF
PATrICIA m. BAggeTT
Anonymous
Richard C. Baggett, Ph.D.
Rosemarie Barbi
Jacob Bridgette
Timothy L. Brown
Joseph B. Browne
Thomas J. Bugaj
Alex Bui
Nina Bui
Thy A. Bui
Michael Byers, Jr.
Kathleen A. Cantone
roy Carl
Malkiel A. Choseed, Ph.D.
Mary C. Crawford
samuel I. Dance ‘69 and
Candice H. Dance
Annemarie DiStefano
Kathleen L. Eisele, D.A.
Mark L. Ende, Ph.D.
Crystal L. Etzel, Ph.D.
William A. Finnie ‘75 and
Andrea J. Finnie
Jo An F. Fox-Wright
Thomas Friedmann
Patricia L. Garrighan
Kelly R. Groginski
Karen S. Hale
Christine M. Heppeler ‘79
Barbara J. Hoy
Deborah G. Irwin
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William F. Jenks
Barbara C. Lacey
Fanti T. le
George E. Matthews
Dolores P. Mauro
Linda J. Mielnicki
Emilie V. Miller
Theresa A. Mohamed, Ed.D.
Marjorie Morchower
David G. Muir, Ph.D.
Pat murphy
Mary J. Nowyj ‘80
Linda Y. Peters
Thoa A. Phan
Mary J. Putman ‘79
Gretchen G. Roberts
Judith A. Rood
Laurel Saiz and
Ralph A. Bova, Jr. ‘66
Jane D. Tanner
Ann R. Tierney
Thienan J. Tran
Kathryn Tunkel
Garth Tyszka
Jennifer Uryniak
Thanh T. Vo ‘99
Viet Q. Vo
Brian Vu
steven m. Waterman ‘86 and
Leanne M. Waterman ‘83
Gwen M. Wehbe, Ph.D.
Weiss, savedoff & Ciccone
Katherine L. Wenner
M. C. Young
Tena lack
John C. lankenau
Phyllis Joy lee
Amy levitan
Nancy e. lins
Jodi locascio
Arthur l. loeffler
marshall gelfand survivor’s Trust
marjorie J. matty
Debra J. maxfield
susan millstein
mr. and mrs. seth Natter
maxine Paikin
lorraine K. Palumbo
sallie and Jerry Prisyon
mr. and mrs. Paul rittenberg
Jacqueline robinson-melchor
and Henry H. melchor, esq.
sam and Barbara roller
sheryl romanoff
Valerie romanoff
mr. and mrs. r. Donald schwartz
Thomas stern
Charles and Barbara stine
Jean Becker-Thierer
stuart ross Ttee
myrna and David Turek
elizabeth D. Warmerdam
WsTm/WsTQ
susan m. Yohn
Andrea Nina York
robert C. Young and
Jane Barden Young
marie-louise Zeitlin
IN memOrY OF
DONNA m. BArCH
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Page
IN memOrY OF JAmes DUPree
Nancy K. McCarty
IN memOrY OF
gerAlD l. BArsHA
mark and Barbara Arnow
Friends of Amy Barsha
Janice Avery Barsha
Jerry B. Barshov
Belmont Orthodontics, P.C.
Arnold Berger
morton Berger
William J. Camperlino
martin and sharleen Cohen
solveig s. Comer
Cathleen m. Davitt
Donald and Nancy edwards
Paul F. ennis
Colleen Fitzpatrick
Norma goldberg
rose leiman goldemberg
ellen gray
Joan gray
laurel r. greenberg
John Hancock life Insurance Co.
Karen shapero Jones
Bob Kilmar
Kramer, Inc./Betty A. Kramer
IN memOrY OF
JOHN F. P. eTHerINgTON, ed.D.
Central New York Chapter
of mOAA
mary H. Coffey
Virginia M. DeBenedictis, Ph.D.
and Paul A. DeBenedictis
Hazel etherington
Wayne and eleanor etherington
Sandra Fiske and Jordan Fiske
Jane l. Frink
Jeanne m. Froehlich
Patricia m. Fusco
Natalia G. Garcia, Ph.D.
Bruce F. Haney
Alexius K. Jones
susan P. Keats
Gary R. Livent, Ph.D. and
Ms. Karen Bender
David F. lowry
Nancy K. Mc Carty
mary C. meyer, esq.
Anita L. Murphy
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Page
gail K. Panagakis ‘83 and
John A. Panagakis
Onondaga Community College employees and former employees are indicated in bold italics.
robert H. Purple
Nancy l. schneider
Brenda D. Silverman
Shirley B. Singer
Andrea m. smith
Irene solak
Jane D. Tanner
Sharon A. Testone, Ph.D.
Barb and Jim Whalen
Sandra L. Wiley ‘04
IN memOrY OF
sTeWArT F. HANCOCK, III
stewart F. Hancock, Jr. and
ruth Pass Hancock
IN memOrY OF
rOBerT l. HOUse
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Page
IN memOrY OF
ANTOINeTTe r. lONg
David H. Adams ‘80
mary I. Delawyer
Sheila H. Fenn ‘84
IN memOrY OF
WIllIAm s. OlIVer
Anonymous
IN memOrY OF
CArOlINe A. sTOVer
David and Katherine Anderson
Karl r. Anderson
Paul Anderson and
Kathryn mcmahon
Anita Barone, Barbara shanahan,
Carol louise
sandra A. Baroni
Dorothea s. Clark
Florence, Irene, greg and
rosie Czerniak
muriel P. Diefendorf
eastern Demster Beach
road Association
robert l. garofoli
stephanie gillis
lorna Keith
The literary and social Club
of Onondaga Valley
marilyn s. lively
Hildegarde H. mc laughlin
National government services/
Audit & reimbursement Unit
Options for Independent
living, Inc.
John and Virginia ruf
James and margaret schneider
Hildegarde A. stover
Debbie e. Tucker
William and Janet Tumber, Jr.
Jane s. Ward
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