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The Heritage Society

To recognize those who have invested in Niagara University and have realized the important legacy a planned gift creates, the university established the Heritage Society. Gifts may benefit special purposes such as endowed scholarships or chairs, the Niagara Fund (general purposes), or particular colleges and programs within the university. There is no minimum gift level and membership is permanent and complimentary.

The benefits of joining the Heritage Society include:

  • Lapel pin and certificate of recognition for joining the Heritage Society
  • Recognition as a Heritage Society member in Niagara University's Annual Report and on a wall of honor
  • Special recognition at selected events, including Alumni Weekend
  • Invitations to the Heritage Society's Annual Appreciation Luncheon and select Niagara University sponsored events
  • Invitations to select athletic events, guest speakers, and on-campus cultural events sponsored by the Castellani Art Museum and Niagara University Theatre

The most important benefit, of course, is the satisfaction of knowing that you have made a commitment to an enduring investment in the future of Niagara University and have made an impact on the lives of our students, which is immeasurable.

Heritage Society Overview
NU Statement of Intent Form

Contact information for the Office of Planned Giving
Office of Planned Giving
Marilyn Koren, mkoren@niagara.edu
Phone: 716.286.8791


Planned gifts support many areas of the university, from endowment to capital improvements and scholarships. The following alumni and friends have left Niagara University a legacy gift and are recognized as members of our Heritage Society:

Emil R. Annunziato, ’43
Jeanne M.B. Beecher
Dolores Bower
Angelo M. Caligiuri, ’55
Elizabeth M. Callahan
David G. Cameron, ’80
Mary Beth Tierney Cameron, ’80
David N., ’63 Hon., ’88 and Gay, ’63 Campbell
William P. Carroll, ’67
Thomas E. Crane, ’56
Frederick A. DeJohn, ’55
Dolly Dewey, ’54
Irene J. Elia, ’53
Robert Bruce Engel, ’75
Patricia J. Ericksen, ’73
Ross L. Fanara, ’63
Joyce E. Fink
James Joseph Finnerty, ’51
Thomas J. Flannery, ’81
Edward M. Flynn, ’52
Bernard R. Garey, ’57
John J. Garrett, ’44
Eugene L. Gazza, ’54
Florence Gellman
Tom J. Gibbons, ’72
John P. Gleason, ’73
Sheila A. Gorman, ’59
John D., ’69 and Carol, ’69 Greene
Roberta Gross, ’79
Jean Hackenheimer
Brian T. Hassett, ’76
Daniel C. Hauck, ’72 and Catherine B., ’72 Hauck
John A. Hochreiter, ’71
Jeanette Y. Holleran
Margaret Mary Joynt, ’62
Michael J. Kakos, ’60
Michael D. Keem, ’72
Jessica Anne Kemp, ‘04
James L. Kenefick, ’51
Robert G. Kenney, ’62
John H. Klass, ’67
Thomas A. Kolp, ’67
Carolyn Lee Lambert, ’62
William C. LaRocque, ’69
Marilyn C. Lojek, ‘75
Paul Lojpersberger
Michael P. Maloney, ‘67
Richard J. Manhey, ’68
Robert M. Martinez, ’65
Mary Catherine Alexandria Miller, ’89
Patrick A., ‘68 and Kathleen Barry, ’70 Monti
Richard F. Moore, ‘74 and Ann O. ’74 Moore
Thomas Michael O’Brien, ’72
Frances M. O’Malley
Chester J. Opalka, ’70
Salvatore Alexander Pace, ’61
Michael A. Puglisi, ’52
Edward D. Riedlinger, ’71
Richard M. Rodney, ’52
Bonnie F. Rose
Richard F. Ruhl, ’75
Judith Ruse, ’69
Mark J. Ryan, ‘72 and Martha, ’73 Ryan
Edward J. Scanlan, ’50
Timothy V. Siepel, ’65
Lawrence J., ’68 and Linda Sundram
Donald W. Trautman, ’62
Arthur V. Traver, ’69 and Barbara, ’69 Traver
Louis P. Trotta
James E. Wall, ’59
Alan C. West, ’57
Donald F. Zorn, ’60

 


 

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