October 30, 2015

Our Moment: campaign leadership gifts

The following benefactors have made leadership commitments to the $140 million comprehensive campaign, Our Moment: The Next Century Campaign for Providence College.

$5,000,000 and above
Michael A. Ruane ’71 & ’13Hon. and Elizabeth Ruane
Arthur F. Ryan ’63, ’90Hon., & ’89P and Patricia E. Ryan ’89P

$1,000,000 and above
Anonymous benefactors (5)
Karl W. Anderson ’88* and Kathleen T. Anderson ’88
The Angell Foundation
Joseph M. Calabria, Jr. ’65 & ’93P and Sugar Calabria ’93P
Michael J. Chapey ’86 and Maura Hurley Chapey ’86
John W. Clegg ’53 and Lillian H. Clegg
Paul A. Courcy ’67 and Carol C. Courcy
Estate of Donald F. Davies ’56
John Killian ’77* and Laura Killian
William C. Leary ’60 & ’10Hon.* and Emily Leary
Estate of Rev. Joseph L. Lennon, O.P., ’40 & ’61Hon.
George D. Mason ’84 and Hon. Jeanne E. Lafazia
Estate of Isabel T. McGarry
Thomas M. Murphy ’63 and Maria T. Murphy
Estate of John C. Myrick, M.D. ’27
Chester T. Nuttall, Jr. ’55
Kevin C. O’Kane, Ph.D.
Robert J. Palmisano ’66 & ’89P* and Jane Palmisano ’89P
Kevin C. Phelan ’66 & ’15Hon.* and Anne D. Phelan
William D. Russell ’69 and Pamela A. Russell
Santander Bank
Edward L. Scanlon ’55 & ’00Hon. and Andrée L. Scanlon
Mark T. Voll ’77 and Raymonde D. Voll
Estate of Robert H. Walsh ’39 & ’66Hon.

$500,000 and above
Anonymous benefactors (4)
Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc.
Thomas P. Corcoran ’80* and Amy Corcoran
Gustave C. Coté and Rita Coté (dec.)
Gerald M. Crotty, K.S.G. ’50
William R. Davis, Jr. ’52, ’91Hon., & ’79P and Joanne Davis ’79P
Rev. Francis J. Hicks ’63
James J. Kelly ’80 and Whitney Greaves
Douglas A. Kingsley ’16P * and Joan E. Kingsley ’16P
Joseph C. Martirano ’59 & ’89P and Janet G. Martirano ’89P
* current trustee

(This list is current as of August 31, 2015. It does not include benefactorswho have made planned gifts with a face amount of $500,000 or more unless the donor qualifies for campaign credit due to his/her age.)

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