Terrier Volume 79, Number 1 - Fall 2015 - Page 39

2015 Meadow Brook Club Golf Outing GENER AL TOURNAMENT SPONSORS Brendan J. ’6 8 and Barbara Dugan The National Italian American Foundation, Inc. Rick ’70 and Joyce Merzbacher Alfred F. Thoben, CPA ’70 and Inez D’Arcangelo Ed ’70 and Pat Travaglianti GRILL SNACKS SPONSOR GREEN SPONSORS Reidy Contracting Group Robert B. Catell National Grid New York Marriott Marquis Times Square Vincent F. Pitta ’72 Pitta & Giblin LLP, Pitta Bishop DelGiorno & Giblin, LLC Denis J. Salamone ’75 Hudson City Savings Bank Josephine Savastano ’87 Wells Fargo George ’87 and Elizabeth Vogel WELCOME GIF TS SPONSOR Admore Air Conditioning PHOTOGR APHY SPONSOR BUFFET BRUNCH SPONSOR Alber Hot ’8 4 Fast Track Construction Joseph V. DiMauro ’70 Clark Dodge & Company, Inc. C O C K TA I L R E C E P T I O N S P O N S O R John F. Tully ’67 CART SPONSOR CADDIE SPONSOR Investors Bank Pricewaterhouse Coopers TEE & GREEN SPONSORS John Henry’s HVAC Thomas J. Killeen ’69 Farrell Fritz, PC U3 Advisors TEE SPONSORS Astoria Bank Collins Building Services, Inc. C. Nathan Dee Patrick J. Dugan ’01 Cushman & Wakefield The Gartland Family Dr. Victor Masi ’89 and Teresa Stuto-Masi ’91 J.N. Savasta Corp. TD Bank William P. Tully ’72 Omega Delta Chi Waldorf Risk Solutions, LLC Robert J. McGuire Scholarship Proud Supporters: Chris Andrews; Thomas F. Flood; Robert J. Genald ’76; Bradford Glessner; Thomas J. Killeen ’69; James F. McDonald; Kevin McQuade ’69; Richard W. Merzbacher ’70; Vincent F. Pitta ’72; Mike Sammut; Ed Travaglianti ’70; TEE AND GREEN SIGNAGE Barnes & Noble at St. Francis College FJC Security, Inc. Steve Quadrino, Que Graphics & Communications Louis J. Scotto ’71 Tee Signage, CDHM Advertising Community Counselling Service Control Solutions Group Cross Fire & Security Co. Cullen & Dykman Diocesan Food Services IABS Charities, Inc. KPMG PRIZE SPONSORS Edward Danberry, DMC Publishing Ferrantino Fuel Corp Total Fire Protection 2015 Meadow Brook Golf Outing SFC Student Volunteers. Kickstart a Dream! Support The St. Francis College Endowed Scholarship Program Today Since we first opened our doors in 1859, our mission has been to provide transformative education in the Franciscan tradition at an affordable cost. With the price of higher education rising, our Endowed Scholarship program has become increasingly important in bridging the gap between big dreams and reality for our future Terriers. Every contribution makes a difference, and there are a variety of ways to join us in sustaining this mission: ƒ ƒ Support an Existing Scholarship. Champion a cause that is close ƒ ƒ Establish Your Own Scholarship with a gift commitment to your heart by supporting one or more of our scholarships. Each of $10 0,0 0 0 over a multi-year time horizon. scholarship represents a legacy, memory or the spirit of a friend, ƒ ƒ Consider Planned Gifts such as bequests, lead trusts and gifts family member, faculty/staff member, or alumni of SFC. A compreof insurance to endow a new Scholarship. hensive list can be found in this stewardship report. You can also contact our Development Office for help selecting scholarship E-mail us at development@sfc.edu or call 718.489.5361 funds that align with your passions and interests. S T. FR A NC I S COL L EGE  |  2014–2015 A NNUA L DONOR R EPOR T  37