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Annual Fund Report of Gifts

  1. 1. The Annual Report of Gifts September 1, 2002 through August 31, 2003
  2. 2. 2002-2003 Board of Trustees Vincent O’Connor Chairman of the Board Ms. Sheila Applewhite Mr. Angelo Giordano ‘66 Dr. Emil Baccash ‘69 Mr. Robert Hammond ‘68 Mr. John Burke Mr. Rick Hederman ‘75 Br. Shane Burke, OSF Ms. Nancy Moley ‘79 Mr. Gerard Conlon ‘68 Mr. Joseph Moran Mr. Martin Cottingham Mr. Donald Mulligan ‘69 Mr. Neil DeVincenzo ‘66 Br. Joseph Moloney, OSF Br. Joshua DiMauro, OSF ‘68 Dr. Frank Sena ‘66 Mr. Robert Dunn ‘67 Dr. Eugene Stanislaus ‘76 Dr. Henry Floyd Dr. Joan Tropnas Mrs. Linda Fonte Mr. Warren Whitlock ‘76 2002-2003 Administration Raymond P. Nash Frank V. Brancato President Principal Rocco V. Grella Joseph Campanaro Assistant Principal Director of Admission
  3. 3. Dear Friends of Bishop Ford, As I reflect on the past year at Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School, all of the changes that have taken place have enabled us to provide our students with the opportunity to reach their potential in every facet of Bishop Ford life. However, what I feel is most remarkable is what has NOT changed - the continued support of our alumni and friends, and their efforts to give back to Ford so that our present stu- dents may receive the best education in Brooklyn in the true Franciscan tradition. Your generous commitment to the Bishop Ford community is essential to our efforts to provide a quality education so that our students may be successful in all of their endeavors. As I meet and speak to our graduates and friends, I am overwhelmed with your love and support. Without that it would be impossible to meet any of our goals or to keep the mission of Bishop Ford alive. On behalf of the entire Bishop Ford family, I want to thank you for your help and let you know that we are all very grateful. The 2002-2003 fiscal year was highlighted by the following achieve- ments: ►Almost a half million dollars in total gifts was raised for Bishop Ford ►Alumni are supporting Bishop Ford at unprecedented levels, as demonstrated by this year’s participation rate, which represents an all-time high ►As a result of the effort of Joseph DiMauro ‘66, the Annual Charter Dinner raised over $100,000 last year ►The Annual Fund Campaign increased by more than $50,000 Having just completed our 40th year of Franciscan Education to the chil- dren of the Diocese, I am certain that your continued commitment in the coming year, coupled with the tireless efforts of the Faculty, Administra- tion and Staff, will enable us to continue to provide the “Best Education in Brooklyn”. Gratefully, Raymond P. Nash President
  4. 4. THE SUMMARY OF CONTRIBUTIONS ANNUAL REPORT _____________________________ OF GIFTS September 1, 2002-August 31, 2003 ________________ September 1, 2002-August 31, 2003 ANNUAL FUND CAMPAIGN Alumni $ 69,495 A high school is many Friends $ 26,060 things: a community, good Board of Trustees $ 19,770 memories of lifelong friends, Former Faculty $ 500 its faculty, its alumni and Total Annual Fund Campaign $115,825 their reputation, its educa- tional mission or the per- formance of its sports teams. SPECIAL EVENTS But mostly, a high school is a spirit of attitude—how Charter Dinner $38,200 those who are there or were Ray Nash Gym Dedication $46,720 there, feel about the institu- Special Olympics $10,000 tion. 40th Anniversary $ 7,000 Total Special Events $101,920 The hard work of volunteers and the generosity of donors SCHOLARSHIPS/SPECIAL PURPOSE recorded in this publication Capt. Vincent Brunton Scholarship $23,575 indicate that the spirit of Cara Macksoud Scholarship $ 3,000 Bishop Ford is in very good DeCandia Scholarship $ 4,051 shape. Joe Farrell Scholarship $18,000 Nancy Perrotta Scholarship $ 3,000 This report gives grateful Salamone Chemistry Lab $10,000 recognition to those who Total Scholarship/Special $61,626 generously contributed to the school during 2002-2003. GRANTS Donors are listed by giving Tenders, Inc. $35,000 level as well as by fund. Wilson Foundation $15,000 Hugoton Foundation $12,500 The following pages contain Pepsi Cola, Inc. $ 7,390 the names of all those who Brooklyn Benevolent Society $ 4,000 made gifts to Bishop Ford Independence Bank $ 1,000 High School from September Total Grants $74,890 1, 2002 through August 31, 2003. Any contribution re- ENDOWMENT ceived after August 31, 2003 Maureen & Edward Zatorski $75,000 will be gratefully acknowl- Memorial Scholarship edged in the 2003-2004 An- Total Endowment $75,000 nual Report of Gifts. To all our supporters, your TOTAL CONTRIBUTED REVENUE $429,261 thoughtful generosity is ap- preciated by everyone at Bishop Ford.
  5. 5. HIGHLIGHTS OF 2002-2003 _________________________ Gina Ignazio-Gentile ‘86 Director of Annual Giving The Annual Report of Gifts allows us to publicly recognize those members of the Bishop Ford community who support us in many wonderful 2002-2003 Board of Trustees ways. The hundreds of individuals, corporations and local businesses included in the report gave generously during the 2002-2003 fiscal year, which ended August 31, 2003—not only in terms of financial support—but through volunteer leadership as well. Overall, new records of support were garnered for Bishop Ford. The 2002-2003 Annual Fund increased by more than $50,000. Our Alumni giving increased by 13%. We received our first fully endowed scholarship of $75,000, as well as the inception of several new scholarship funds. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to all who helped make last year so successful, es- pecially the faculty, staff and administration at Bishop Ford High School. Your hard work, dedi- cation and enthusiastic support for our pro- grams and events are inspirational. Once again, on behalf of everyone at Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School, our genuine thanks to each of you who helped make 2002- 2003 truly outstanding. ANNUAL FUND A Four Year Comparison __________________________ 2002-2003…………….$115,825 Bob Dunn ‘67 with Christy Jean-Jacques ‘06 & Mom 2001-2002…………….$ 60,119 2000-2001…………….$ 36,425 1999-2000…………….$ 17,280
  6. 6. THE Legacy Club Principal’s Club Gifts of $25,000+ Gifts of $2,500-4,999 ANNUAL FUND CAMPAIGN Joseph DiMauro ‘66 Dr. Emil Baccash ‘69 ____________ James Routhier ‘75 John Casey ‘73 Edward Zatorski ‘78 Cesar Claro ‘84 Joseph Corso ‘81 Bob Dunn ‘67 Brother Timothy Walsh Society Board of Trustees Club Bobby Hammond ‘68 George Kawas ‘68 Gifts of $10,000-24,000 Edward Pizza ‘76 The Brother Timothy Walsh Dr. Frank Sena ‘66 Society enrolls committed Joseph Moran, Sr. individuals who, in spirit of Kenneth Nolan ‘67 Brother Timothy Walsh, have demonstrated excep- Dr. Daniel Ricciardi ‘70 Denis Salamone ‘71 Franciscan Club tional leadership and gener- Kaye Timoney Gifts of $1,000-2,499 ous commitment to Bishop Ford High School. Members Bob Barletta of The Brother Timothy Stanley Borowiec ‘72 Walsh Society dedicate President’s Club Donald Faughnan ‘73 themselves to Bishop Ford Gifts of $5,000-9,999 Mark Ferro ‘79 by promoting the mission Steve Latoni ‘75 and philosophy of the Michael Clark ‘75 Cara Macksoud ‘96 school and thereby ensure James Cracchiolo ‘76 Nancy Moley ‘79 an educational process that Michael DeGeorgio ‘82 Joseph Moran, Jr. ‘75 integrates the rigors of aca- Neil DeVincenzo ‘66 Joseph Navin/Navin Brs. demic excellence with the Edward Travaglianti Ralph Persico ‘68 spirit and support of Chris- Class of 1966 Gift Michael Ranieri ‘66 tian Community. Louis Ricciardi Alfred Russo ‘77 The Brother Timothy Walsh Brendan Mailey Society was established in Scholarship Fund 1999 as an organization that Gary Tell ‘68 requires an annual gift of Linda Wayner ‘93 $1000 or more and is named Ray Zagami ‘66 in honor of Brother Timothy Walsh, OSF, the first Princi- pal of Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School. Ricciardi ‘70, Salamone ‘71, Clyne ‘68, Kawas ‘68 & Hammond ‘68
  7. 7. THE Matthew Cole ‘77 Anthony DeFina Roseanne DeLuca ANNUAL FUND Teddy Ferrara ‘83 James DeLuise ‘78 Michael Fraser ‘89 John Donnelly CAMPAIGN Larry Gallo ‘70 Thomas Donohue ‘67 ____________ Rocco Gibaldi ‘70 Sandra Dumas Continued Mike Hall John Ferro ‘79 Peter Higgins ‘67 Chris Finch Peter Higgins ‘02 Lawrence Fiori ‘69 Ben Hobson Bob Garrigan ‘68 Falcon Club Theodore Kaczynski Charles King ‘99 Dorothy Ghazal Pasquale Giustino ‘78 Gifts of $500-999 Vincent LaBarbera ‘68 Adrian Gonzalez ‘88 Matthew Long ‘85 Robert Greves ‘78 Jeffrey Basti ’75 Sal Monaco ‘69 Jack Halaby ‘87 Ralph Casazzone ‘71 Brian Naujokas Salah Hassanein Ron Clyne ‘68 Robert O'Hare ‘82 Pat Heeb My 3 Sons Corp. Dr. Vincent Ortolano ‘70 Charles Hewson ‘66 Roger Cusick ‘67 Joseph Quarto ‘77 Penny & Joe Ignazio Lee Cutrone ‘66 Victor Vientos ‘79 Gina Ignazio-Gentile ‘86 Edgar De La Rosa ‘78 Paul Imbibba Ken DeBruhl ‘69 Van Kampen Investments Kent Elwell Robert Fasano ‘66 Spirit Club Jim Kiley Carla King Frank Gigioli ‘78 Gifts of $100-249 Frank Kobylinski ‘75 Edwin Groshans Tom Kryger ‘73 Ted Kaczynski Bill Allert ‘69 Francis Lynch Conrad Kozak Anthony Amore ‘78 Joseph Maccone ‘68 Eileen & Mike Long Adam Barausky Thomas Maloney ‘66 John Macezyka Michael Barry ‘73 Anthony Manco ‘74 John Meyer ‘70 Mark Basta ‘82 Jack Martin ‘67 Frank Nocco ‘73 Mindy Beck Edward McCarthy ‘76 William Wolf ‘75 Brother Michel Bettigole Donald McCarthy ‘77 Gary Wozniak ‘68 Michele Bocchi ‘83 Roger Michaud Brother Alfred Bonanza Charlie Miller Adam Borowski Philip Morace ‘73 Black & Red Club Tom Bracco Fred Bromberg Philip Moyer Michael Mrotzek Gifts of $250-499 Dr. Kevin Brown ‘71 Gary Mulcahy ‘72 Vincent Cannucci ‘74 Donald Mulligan ‘69 Sal & Roseann Abano ‘81 Stephen Carberry ‘67 Frank O'Brien Michael Aviles ‘78 Peter Chandler Mark Orefice ‘74 Stanely Badon ‘73 Patricia Chapple Dr. Louis Palma ‘73 Dr. Marie Boursiquot ‘83 Robert Conroy Steven Patterson Regina Brown ‘83 John Conway ‘68 Jennifer Patti Steve Buero ‘83 Br. Leonard Conway ‘66 Mark Payne Aniello Callari‘69 Danny Piselli ‘74
  8. 8. THE Friends of Ford Bernard Gallitelli ‘66 Joseph Giannola ‘87 Gifts of $1-99 Joseph Gilbride ‘73 ANNUAL FUND Anthony Giordano ‘73 CAMPAIGN Paul Albanese ‘95 Francis Giordano ‘67 ____________ Stephen Alexander ‘68 Joseph & Patricia Giusti- Continued John Alfke ‘70 Hollybrook Mens Golf Assoc Wiley Archer Lillian Gomez ‘90 Joseph Argentieri ‘81 Jane Leeds Gooding William Arnold ‘95 William Gorman ‘71 Anthony Baranello ‘86 Alfred Grillo ‘71 Spirit Club Reginald Barber Richard Baron ‘67 Richard Groller ‘73 Gifts of $100-249 Joan Hardy James Bennett ‘78 Harry Hausman Continued Charlie Bruno ‘73 Francis Hayden ‘68 Beth Bussard Fred Hickman ‘67 James Poehlmann Anthony Caccamo ‘88 William Huches ‘67 Prosper Nicholas Cardillo ‘88 Albert Huchthausen ‘67 Robert Provenza Frank Cassera ‘74 Joseph Jackson ‘91 Joseph Raia ‘74 John Cassidy ‘71 John Kam ‘68 Anne Rasmussen Ken Clement Janet Katz Nicole Reda ‘90 Brian Coen ‘66 Mary Kawas ‘82 Romolo Rottura Mario Colasuonno ‘68 Joan Kowkabany ‘86 Rome Rotture Scott Cole ‘87 Nicole Kramlick Joseph Santos ‘77 Catie Collins John Loconsolo ‘72 Tony Sciuto Robert Conroy Joseph Losidpolo ‘74 Pierre Seguin Rosetta Conti ‘90 Vincent Losinno ‘80 Timothy Sheridan ‘80 Donna Cooperman Nicholas Lupo ‘69 John Shouse Martin Cusack ‘73 Joseph Macannuco ‘75 Peter Sinton Fran Daughrety William Mackay ‘79 Edward Slavin ‘82 Zoraida Decarlo Gennaro Maffia ‘68 Diane Snowden Irene deChauny William Maltese ‘68 Mary Stoever Patricia Delmonaco Alan Manzella ‘74 Eric Studer Christopher Diaz ‘90 Joe Marrone ‘71 Continental Studios Joseph DiSomma ’84 Joseph Martinez Robert Tozzi ‘73 Paul Doerr Roy Mastrangelo ‘74 Bob Uly Kelly Dolan ‘89 Stephen McAteer Fun Time USA Gerard Downes ‘70 Paul McBride ‘77 Steven Verona Anthony Durso ‘66 Robert McDermott ‘88 George Waters ‘72 Gina Fardin Michael Mentuck Danny White Vito Ferrara ‘71 Maureen Meyers ‘84 David Woycik Thomas Ficucello ‘69 Joseph Miller ‘84 Linda Fonte Linda Mischel James Fonti ‘79 Brother Joseph Moloney Roberta Friedman Bobby Montemarano ‘73 Paul Gaffe Br. Roman Morris
  9. 9. THE Friends of Ford Robert Sce ‘74 Francis Schuck ‘68 ANNUAL FUND Gifts of $1-99 Guy Sconzo ‘69 Continued Greg Shanahan CAMPAIGN Stephen Siciliano ‘67 ____________ Mavra Smith Edward Murphy ‘73 Continued Michael Nappi ‘71 Dr. John Spina ‘83 Lloyd Newsom Jerry Stashower Ralph Pabon ‘76 Sukeena Stephens ‘90 Paula Perron Jerry Title Ralph Piccarelli ‘77 Vincent Tomarch ‘83 Francis Pirrone ‘69 Raymond Turner ‘86 Teddi Pottheiser John Vollaro ‘91 John Quaglia ‘70 Ryan Warnock ‘95 Michael Repole ‘89 Hana Wener Ron Rice ‘74 Chad Wickliffe Richard Roberts ‘68 Beth Ann Wilhelms John Rodrigues ‘80 Shirley Yee The 2003-2004 Scholarship Recipients and their Sponsors
  10. 10. THE Gifts of $250-499 Jane Heffernan Elizabeth Hogan Walter Daum Joseph McGee & Laura Kelly CAPTAIN William ’76 Phyllis Lawless VINCENT BRUNTON & Denise Lanzisera Jeremiah Maloney SCHOLARSHIP FUND Geraldine Sullivan Thomas ‘72 & Debra Anne ____________ McCarthy Timothy McGee Gifts of $100-249 Frances & Nicholas Molinari Paul Acciarito Debra Maller Kathleen Burke & Thomas Natoli ‘76 Gifts of $2500+ Frances & James DeBenedetto Michael Newman Donna & Kevin ‘74 Dowler Theresa Reilly Vincent Brunton Fund Engine 55 Commissary Mary ‘82 & Gerard Rotolo Annette Fox David & Nancy Sandvik Angela & John ‘92 Hammond Joseph Trabulsy Gifts of $1000-2499 Elizabeth Hardy Margaret Tracy Hooley’s Mary & Catherine Travers American Bladesmith Society Michael Horan Daniel & Vickie Volpe Budweiser Timothy Horan Thomas Wallin Bank of America Foundation John ‘74 & Susan Joyce Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Jeremiah & Kerry Leary Foundation, Inc. Joseph & Mary Leopoldi Sonia Haubner Kim Hendricks Helene & Robert Kennedy & Damon McClain Transportation Coverage Philip McKenna ‘86 Specialist Brian Mooney ‘82 Grace-Marie O'Donnell Edward O'Donnell Gifts of $500-999 Thomas Riches Barbara & Henry Skelly Emerald Society Department Patricia & Gerard Trapp of Sanitation NYC Mary & John Gillespie Bobby ‘68 & Pat Hammond Gifts of $1-99 KJSPMKA, Inc. Knights of Columbus #4783 Robert Baumann Kevin Monaghan & Hillary James Bennett ‘78 Walsh Joseph Berman Marianne Borrelli Thomas & Eileen Carroll James ‘71 & Patricia Clark Christopher Conroy ‘78 Edward & Donna Conway Christopher Greaney ‘81
  11. 11. THE 40th ANNIVERSARY ___________ CLASS OF 1966 GIFT Dennis Callahan Br. Leonard Conway Angelo Corsino Lee Cutrone Doug Dalessio Bob DiGiulio Frank DiPaolo Angelo Giordano Rocky Palmieri Gil Eaton Charlie Hewson Mike Ranieri Tony Faga Joe Kozay John Scollo Felix Fanti Frank Lindsey Phillip Soberg Bob Fasano Kevin McVey Kenneth Tom Fr. Ray Finch Stephen O'Rourke Robert Woodward Rolf Friedman THE VINCENT & IRENE SALAMONE CHEMISTRY LAB ________________ Tenders, Inc. $35,000 Hugoton Foundation $12,500 Denis Salamone ‘71 $10,000 Independence Bank $1,000
  12. 12. ENDOWMENTS ___________________ Maureen & Edward Zatorski Memorial Scholarship Edward Zatorski ‘78 $75,000 THE THE THE JOSEPH FARRELL CARA MACKSOUD NANCY PERROTTA SCHOLARSHIP MATHEMATICS SCHOLARSHIP _____________________ SCHOLARSHIP _____________________ _____________________ The Farrell Family Cara Macksoud ‘96 The Perrotta Family $18,000 $3,000 $3,000 THE Gifts of $1-199 JOSEPH DeCANDIA Wiley Archer SCHOLARSHIP Reginald Barber _____________________ Donna Cooperman Patricia Delmonaco Paul Doerr Gifts of $2500+ Linda Fonte Paul Gaffe Edward Pizza ‘76 Hollybrook Men's Golf Association Harry Hausman Gifts of $500-999 Joseph Martinez Edwin Groshans Jerry Stashower Jerry Title Steven Verona Gifts of $200-499 Hana Wener Danny White Fun Time USA Francis Lynch David Woycik
  13. 13. THE Gifts of $250-499 Romolo Rottura Tony Sciuto RAYMOND P. NASH Mike Hall Claymore Securities Ben Hobson Seligman Advisors ATHLETIC CENTER Roger Michaud John Shouse DEDICATION Brian Naujokas Peter Sinton _____________________ Diane Snowden Mary Stoever Gifts of $100-249 Eric Studer Bob Uly Gifts of $10,000+ Adam Barausky Mindy Beck Gifts of $1-99 James Routhier ‘75 Tom Bracco Peter Chandler Beth Bussard Patricia Chapple Ken Clement Gifts of $1,000-2,499 Robert Conroy Robert Conroy Chris Finch Fran Daughrety Brendan Mailey Scholarship Salah Hassanein Zoraida Decarlo Fund Pat Heeb Gina Fardin Michael Ranieri ‘66 Paul Imbibba Roberta Friedman Louis Ricciardi Van Kampen Investments Jane Leeds Gooding Jim Kiley Janet Katz Carla King Nicole Kramlick Gifts of $500-999 Charlie Miller Michael Mentuck Philip Moyer Linda Mischel Kent Elwell Michael Mrotzek Lloyd Newsom Mark Ferro ‘79 Frank O'Brien Paula Perron Ted Kaczynski Jennifer Patti Teddi Pottheiser John Macezyka Mark Payne Greg Shanahan James Poehlmann Chad Wickliffe Beth Ann Wilhelms 2003-2004 Freshman Scholarship Recipients
  14. 14. THE Gifts of $1,000-4,999 5th ANNUAL Dr. Frank Sena ‘66 CHARTER DINNER _____________________ Gifts of $500-999 Michael Ranieri ‘66 Gifts of $25,000+ Joseph DiMauro ‘66 Gifts of $50-249 Fred Bromberg Gifts of $10,000-24,999 Catie Collins Continental Studios The Wilson Foundation Irene deChauny Dorothy Ghazal Steven Latoni ‘75 Gifts of $5,000-9,999 Brother Roman Morris, OSF Steven Patterson Joseph Moran, Sr. Prosper Kenneth Nolan ‘67 Ann Rasmussen Pierre Seguin SHOP AT OUR NEW! Online Store “Falcon’s Korner” at www.bishopfordhs.org
  15. 15. ALUMNI GIVING 1966 Class Agents: 1967 Class Agent: BY CLASS Lee Cutrone George Cassidy ____________ Anthony Faga, Jr. Total Class Gifts: $14,105 Total Class Gifts: $46,025 Gifts to the Annual Fund Richard Baron from our Alumni offer a Dennis Callahan Stephen Carberry loud vote of confidence in Brian Coen Roger Cusick the future of Bishop Ford Brother Leonard Conway Thomas Donohue High School. Alumni who Angelo Corsino Bob Dunn contributed to Bishop Ford Lee Cutrone Francis Giordano are saying that the school Doug Dalessio Fred Hickman prepared them well and that Neil DeVincenzo Peter Higgins they want current students Bob DiGiulio William Huches to have the same educa- Joseph DiMauro Albert Huchthausen tional advantage. The Frank DiPaolo Jack Martin Bishop Ford community is Anthony Durso Kenneth Nolan grateful to the alumni listed Gilbert Eaton Stephen Siciliano in this report for the gifts Anthony Faga, Jr. they made to the 2002-2003 Felix Fanti Annual Fund Campaign. Robert Fasano 1968 Father Ray Finch Class Agents: _________________ Rolf Friedman Ron Clyne Bernard Gallitelli George Kawas Angelo Giordano Total Class Gifts: $10,965 Charles Hewson CLASS COMPETITION Joseph Kozay Stephen Alexander Frank Lindsey Ron Clyne TOP FIVE Thomas Maloney Mario Colasuonno ___________ Kevin McVey John Conway Stephen O'Rourke Bob Garrigan 2002-2003 Rocky Palmieri Bobby Hammond Total Contributions Mike Ranieri Francis Hayden John Scollo John Kam Dr. Frank Sena George Kawas 1978……………....$79,275 Philip Soberg Vincent LaBarbera Kenneth Tom Joseph Maccone 1966……………....$46,025 Robert Woodward Gennaro Maffia Ray Zagami William Maltese 1975………………$44,320 Ralph Persico Richard Roberts 1967……………....$14,105 Francis Schuck Gary Tell 1971……………....$12,935 Gary Wozniak
  16. 16. 1969 1972 1974 continued Class Agents: Class Agent: John Biondo George Waters John Joyce Donald Mulligan Total Class Gifts: $1,350 Joseph Losidpolo Total Class Gifts: $3,920 Anthony Manco Stanley Borowiec Alan Manzella Bill Allert John Loconsolo Roy Mastrangelo Dr. Emil Baccash Thomas McCarthy Mark Orefice Aniello Callari Gary Mulcahy Danny Piselli Ken DeBruhl George Waters Joseph Raia Thomas Ficucello Ron Rice Lawrence Fiori Robert Sce Nicholas Lupo 1973 Sal Monaco Class Agents: Donald Mulligan John Casey 1975 Francis Pirrone Frank Giusti Class Agent: Guy Sconzo Total Class Gifts: $5,820 Rich Ferraiolo Total Class Gifts: $44,320 1970 Stanely Badon Class Agent: Michael Barry Jeffrey Basti Donald Mannino Charlie Bruno Mike Clark Total Class Gifts: $11,335 John Casey Frank Kobylinski Martin Cusack Steve Latoni John Alfke Don Faughnan Joseph Macannuco Gerard Downes Joseph Gilbride Joseph Moran, Jr. Larry Gallo Anthony Giordano James Routhier Rocco Gibaldi Richard Groller William Wolf John Meyer Tom Kryger Dr. Vincent Ortolano Bobby Montemarano John Quaglia Philip Morace 1976 Dr. Dan Ricciardi Edward Murphy Class Agent: Frank Nocco None specified 1971 Dr. Louis Palma Total Class Gifts: $7,975 Class Agent: Robert Tozzi None specified James Cracchiolo Total Class Gifts: $12,935 William Lanzisera 1974 Edward McCarthy Dr. Kevin Brown Class Agents: Thomas Natoli Ralph Casazzone Joseph LoDispoto Ralph Pabon John Cassidy Robert Orlando Edward Pizza James Clark Ron Rice Vito Ferrara Total Class Gifts: $960 William Gorman Alfred Grillo Vincent Cannucci Joe Marrone Frank Cassera Michael Nappi Kevin Dowler Denis Salamone
  17. 17. 1977 1980 1983 continued Class Agent: Class Agents: None specified Louis Diorio Michele Cirrincione-Bocchi Total Class Gifts: $2,319 Tommy Lowney Dr. Marie Boursiquot Total Class Gifts: $170 Regina Brown Matthew Cole Steve Buero Paul McBride Vincent Losinno Teddy Ferrara Donald McCarthy John Rodrigues Dr. John Spina Ralph Piccarelli Timothy Sheridan Vincent Tomarch Joseph Quarto Alfred Russo Joseph Santos 1981 1984 Class Agents: Class Agents: Roger Menze Barbara Menze 1978 Glen Thomas Joseph Selch Class Agents: Total Class Gifts: $2,750 Total Class Gifts: $2,625 Edgar DeLa Rosa Danny Leary Joseph Argentieri Cesar Claro Joe Mandile Christopher Greaney Joseph DiSomma Total Class Gifts: $79,275 Sal & Roseann Abano Maureen Meyers Joe Corso Joseph Miller James Bennett James DeLuise Pasquale Giustino 1982 1985 Christopher Conroy Class Agents: Class Agent: Anthony Amore Ann Marie Ditizio-Rich Stephanie Borriello Michael Aviles Mary Kawas Total Class Gifts: $300 Edgar De La Rosa Denis Nolan Frank Gigioli Total Class Gifts: $5,750 Matthew Long Robert Greves Ed Zatorski Mark Basta Michael DeGeorgio 1986 Mary Kawas Class Agents: 1979 Brian Mooney Ralph Amitrano Class Agents: Robert O'Hare Vincent Maetta Al Iglesias Edward Slavin Total Class Gifts: $475 Nancy Moley Total Class Gifts: $2,450 Anthony Baranello 1983 Gina Ignazio-Gentile John Ferro Class Agents: Joan Kowkabany Mark Ferro Vicki DiTucci-DeMaria Philip McKenna James Fonti Anthony Matteo Raymond Turner William Mackay John McFee Nancy Moley Total Class Gifts: $1,340 Victor Vientos
  18. 18. 1987 1991 1999 Class Agent: Class Agents: Class Agent: None specified Mary Molloy Matthew Dunn Total Class Gifts: $150 Gary Perone Total Class Gifts: $250 Total Class Gifts: $100 Scott Cole Charles King Joseph Giannola Joseph Jackson Jack Halaby John Vollaro 2002 Class Agent: 1988 1992 None specified Class Agents: Class Agents: Total Class Gifts: $250 Debbie Cimino-Murray Jean Anne Asten Gina Lynch-Nolan Lisa O’Connor Peter Higgins Total Class Gifts: $200 Frank Messina Total Class Gifts: $100 Anthony Caccamo Board of Trustees Nicholas Cardillo John Hammond Total Gifts: $26,315 Adrian Gonzalez Robert McDermott Dr. Emil Baccash 1993 Neil DeVincenzo Class Agents: Bob Dunn 1989 Aimee Cottingham Linda Fonte Class Agent: Jeannie O’Connor Bobby Hammond Kelly Dolan Total Class Gifts: $1,000 Brother Joe Moloney Mike Repole Joseph Moran, Sr. Total Class Gifts: $370 Linda Wayner Dr. Frank Sena Kelly Dolan 1995 Michael Fraser Class Agents: Former Faculty Michael Repole Brian Conaghan Total Gifts: $550 Nicole Incherchera Total Class Gifts: $150 Br. Michel Bettigole 1990 Brother Alfred Bonanza Class Agents: Paul Albanese Anthony DeFina Nicole Fernandez-Reda William Arnold Joan Hardy Susan Hardman-Landau Ryan Warnock Stephen McAteer John Infortunio Brother Roman Morris Beth Strafaci-Albano Robert Provenza Total Class Gifts: $275 1996 Class Agents: Rosetta Conti Xavier Cardriche Christopher Diaz Sean Cassidy Lillian Gomez Andrea Mancuso Nicole Reda Total Class Gifts: $3,000 Sukeena Stephens Cara Macksoud
  19. 19. Friends of Ford Paul Gaffe Philip Moyer Total Gifts: $61,350 Dorothy Ghazal Michael Mrotzek Joseph & Patricia Giusti Brian Naujokas Wiley Archer Hollybrook Men's Golf Joseph Navin Adam Barausky Assoc Lloyd Newsom Reginald Barber Jane Leeds Gooding Frank O'Brien Bob Barletta Edwin Groshans Steven Patterson Mindy Beck Mike Hall Jennifer Patti Adam Borowski Salah Hassanein Mark Payne Tom Bracco Harry Hausman Paula Perron Fred Bromberg Pat Heeb James Poehlmann Beth Bussard Ben Hobson Teddi Pottheiser Peter Chandler Penny & Joe Ignazio Prosper Patricia Chapple Paul Imbibba Anne Rasmussen Ken Clement Independence Bank Louis Ricciardi Catie Collins Theodore Kaczynski Romolo Rottura Robert Conroy Ted Kaczynski Jimmy Routhier Donna Cooperman Van Kampan Investments Tony Sciuto My 3 Sons Beverage Corp. Janet Katz Claymore Securities Fran Daughrety Jim Kiley Pierre Seguin Zoraida Decarlo Carla King Seligman Advisors Irene deChauny Conrad Kozak Greg Shanahan Patricia Delmonaco Nicole Kramlick John Shouse Roseanne DeLuca Eileen & Mike Long Peter Sinton Paul Doerr Francis Lynch Mavra Smith John Donnelly John Macezyka Diane Snowden Sandra Dumas Brendan Mailey Scholarship Jerry Stashower Kent Elwell Fund Mary Stoever Gina Fardin Joseph Martinez Eric Studer Chris Finch Michael Mentuck Continental Studios Hugoton Foundation Roger Michaud Tenders, Inc. Wilson Foundation Charlie Miller Kaye Timoney Roberta Friedman Linda Mischel Jerry Title Ed Traviglianti Bob Uly Fun Time USA Steven Verona Hana Wener Danny White Chad Wickliffe Beth Ann Wilhelms David Woycik Shirley Yee
  20. 20. GIFTS IN KIND __________ While Bishop Ford normally is the re- cipient of gifts of cash or appreciated securities, it also receives donations of equipment, services, or personal property. The school appreciates the Dr. Frank Sena ‘66, Carmen Rodriguez ‘04, contributions of this kind that it re- Frank Perfetto ‘05, Ron Clyne ‘68 ceived this year. Bobby Hammond ‘68 Joseph DiMauro ‘66 Luxury Box at MSG Memorabilia for Charter Dinner Auction Anthony Caccamo ‘88 Steven Latoni ‘75 and ADP Heating Equipment Maintenance Golf Cart Sponsorship for Golf Outing Fordham University and Peter Nash ‘85 Frank McLaughlin, AD Memorabilia for Charter Dinner Auction New Bleachers Dennis Baltuch-Kingsbrook Printing Donald Pynn Printing Roofing Ray Habib ‘70 Kevin O’Malley Defibrillator Security Equipment and Installation Mike Piro ‘77 James ‘82 and Brian ‘84 Dolan Fitness Equipment Restroom Refurbishment Michael Clark ‘75 Michael Mooney ‘79 Computers and Service Memorabilia for Golf Outing Auction Bernard Fernandez ‘94 Neil DeVincenzo ‘66 50,000 btu Air Conditioner Bishop Ford Theater Lighting
  21. 21. An evening with Ronan Tynan The Great Irish Tenor In the Bishop Ford Theater April 30, 2004 Tickets $100, $50, $25 Call Barbara Kelsall at Bishop Ford To purchase tickets at 718/360-2501
  22. 22. ANNUAL PARTICIPATION SECURITIES—You can LIFE INCOME GIFTS—With IS IMPORTANT make such gifts in person, a life income gift, you assign ______________ through a broker, or through cash, securities, or other assets the mail. For tax purposes, irrevocably to Bishop Ford. the value of the gift is re- They are then invested to pay a As you have read in our report, corded as the average market lifetime percentage or fixed we have been fortunate to re- value on the date of delivery amount to you, to succeeding ceive endowed scholarships, spe- (or if mailed, on the post- beneficiaries, or to whomever cial purpose gifts and grants and mark date). If transferred your designate. There are sev- they continue to be of major im- through a broker, the gift’s eral options with the most portance to us. But, it is the con- value is determined by the widely used being the Chari- tributions by our alumni and date of transfer as recorded table Remainder Trust. friends to our annual fund that in the books of the corpora- are critical to our ongoing suc- tion. Legal or financial advisors can cess. best help you determine the ve- WILL—Remembering hicle most advantageous and We urge you to contribute annu- Bishop Ford in your will is a appropriate to you. ally and have your name listed in special and effective way to our report. Doing so helps ensure that the ideals you Congratulations on helping us Bishop Ford in two ways: value will be perpetuated. It achieve an all-time high in - It provides us with necessary also reduces the taxable por- alumni participation. Your on- annual support tion of your estate. going support is appreciated - It helps send a strong message and counted on. Imagine to organizations we seek grants PERSONAL PROPERTY— what next years report would from regarding the commitment Gifts of valuable art works, look like if each of us reached of our alumni and friends to our furniture, jewelry, antiques, out to one of our fellow success! rare books and manuscripts alumni whose name is not can increase the school’s listed and asked them to par- educational resources in ticipate. Thanks for continuing MANY WAYS TO GIVE! many ways. to remember that “…it is in giving that we receive!” As a charitable contribution, REAL ESTATE—You can your gift to Bishop Ford High offer real estate as an imme- For more information, contact:: School is afforded tax benefits diate gift or to fund a trust. Donald G. Mulligan ‘69 according to the type of dona- You may even arrange for Director of Development tion you make. Careful plan- lifetime occupancy after Bishop Ford High School ning of your gift to Bishop making your gift, thereby 500 19th Street Ford can help to maximize not gaining a tax dedication and Brooklyn, NY 11215 only the mission of the school, eliminating local taxes while 718/360-2555 but your personal goals as still enjoying the comforts of dmulligan@bishopfordhs.org well. Gifts can be made in sev- home. eral ways as discussed below: LIFE INSURANCE—At a CASH—Your gift of cash pro- relatively low cost to you, a vides immediate tax savings life insurance policy which through deductions and pro- names Bishop Ford as bene- vides Bishop Ford with funds ficiary can have a real im- for current use. pact.
  23. 23. M ISSION STATEMENT _______________________________ Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School strives to be a community of persons - administrators, teachers, staff, parents, students and alumni - united by their common bond of faith in God as expressed in the Roman Catholic tradition and welcom- ing all who wish to participate in this community. The administrators and teachers recognize the mandate that ‘The future of humanity lies in the hands of those who are strong enough to provide coming generations with reasons for living and hoping.’ (The Church of Today, 31) As such our mission is to educate, and to prepare for the future. Bishop Ford Central Catholic High School strives to pre- pare your children and our students to be the well-rounded par- ents, neighbors and citizens of tomorrow. We are committed to providing the academic, cultural, athletic, social and co- curricular activities necessary to complete our mission
  24. 24. BISHOP FORD CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Non-Profit Org. Development Office US Postage 500 Nineteenth Street PAID Brooklyn, NY 11215 Brooklyn, NY PERMIT NO. 00729 CHANGE SERVICE REQUESTED

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