Overbrook School for the Blind
See Beyond
2013-2014 Annual Report
[Cover: Five photographs of students are across the cover. Photos are of a
male student standing in front of City Hall in Philadelphia, a group of
visually impaired people touching flowers, a female student practicing rock
climbing, a male student swimming, and a male student in a wheelchair
holding a baseball.]
[Inside Cover: Five students from the Elementary Program standing in a line
in the cloister at Overbrook School for the Blind.]
See Beyond
The Overbrook School for the Blind story has always been one of students,
staff and the school itself being confronted with challenges and everyone
rising to overcome them. At OSB, we aim high. We see beyond the
challenges, and instead, see the hope and promise of every student.
Throughout this 2013–2014 report, you will see how our innovative
teachers, individualized programs and unique partnerships together create a
powerful vision for success. By seeing beyond any obstacle to learning, we
educate and motivate each student toward their goal of becoming as
independent as possible.
It’s our life’s work. We help our students to fully comprehend their value
and set a course for their life’s purpose…wherever that path may lead.
[There is a photo of the sun streaming through the arches in the cloister at
OSB.]
DEAR FRIENDS:
It is our pleasure to present you with the Overbrook School for the Blind
2013-2014 Annual Report. This year’s theme, “See Beyond,” was chosen to
represent our entire school community’s efforts to look beyond any obstacle
to create an environment where each of our students can discover, learn from
others, and experience personal success.
Because our students are all legally blind and many have
additional complex conditions, their educational needs are very different
from elementary and secondary school students. At OSB, each pupil has an
individualized educational plan. Each student benefits from the specialized
instruction given by our teachers, all of whom have been specifically trained
to teach the visually impaired. They also gain from support services such as
occupational, physical, speech and language therapy, and orientation and
mobility training. Friendships within the school provide encouragement and
additional support.
Overbrook School for the Blind serves hundreds of students on campus, in
the region and internationally, and each one of these children and young
adults is a success story in the making. As indicated in our mission
statement, each of these students deserves every chance to reach his or her
fullest potential.
In these pages, we look back on the past twelve months and express our
appreciation and gratitude for all the success stories that our supporters have
helped make possible. In addition to looking back, we are looking forward to
“Seeing Beyond”. Maintaining and improving our extraordinary facilities are
essential for a solid foundation on which to build future initiatives. Those of
you who have been on campus recently can’t help but notice multiple areas
of construction, including multi-year project to repair much of the exterior of
the main building. The latter includes new tile roofing, new gutters and
flashing, and new stucco in both cloisters.
The Board and staff are actively involved in creating a five year strategic
plan that will anticipate our students’ needs in a changing environment and
the types of resources needed to continue to provide exemplary education
and support services. We will establish specific goals and objectives driven
by our strong tradition of excellence and compassion.
We are confident that we, the Overbrook School for the Blind community,
will continue to build futures as we work with our students to help them See
Beyond.
[There is a photo of Executive Director Jerry Kitzhoffer and Board President
Rick Wheeler sitting together at a conference table.]
Highlights from the 2013-2014 School Year
OCTOBER
Ms. Hongmei Xu, a teacher trainee from OSB’s 1992-1993 International
Program and now the Principal of Shanghai School for the Blind, visited
OSB to gather information on collaborations between the medical
community and special schools, and the latest developments in assistive
technology.
[The photo is of Hongmei Xu, Principal of Shanghai School for the Blind.
She is sitting at a computer station with a teacher from OSB.]
NOVEMBER
OSB students hit the national and international news circuit with a visit to
the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology.
Thanks to a unique touch tour of the Museum’s artifacts, our students’
experience was described in articles in The New York Times, and
publications in Saudi Arabia, Lebanon, India, Canada, New Zealand,
Australia, the UK and more.
[The photo is of an artifact from the University of Pennsylvania Museum of
Archeology and Anthropology. It is a large lion head.]
DECEMBER
In December, hundreds turned out for the Annual Holiday concert, a
tradition at OSB for over 100 years!
[The photo is of a female student singing at the Holiday Concert.]
JANUARY
The commitment to Professional Development at OSB continued with a
Training Day on CVI or Cortical Visual Impairment, a neurological visual
disorder. Two CVI specialists met with teachers from each program to keep
abreast of the latest CVI research.
[The photo is of a female OSB teacher presenting a lesson in front of her
colleagues in a classroom.]
FEBRUARY
“Beyond These Walls,” the documentary about Overbrook School for the
Blind produced by Villanova University film students, was named an official
finalist at the New Jersey Film Festival.
[The photo is of the logo used in the documentary, “Behind These Walls.”
The background is black and white bricks with the title of the movie in front
of it.]
MARCH
An artist in residency program by the not-for-profit Musicopia made it
possible for two professional Philadelphia musicians — a percussionist and
a vocalist — to work one day a week for seven weeks with students from our
Middle School program. The program concluded with a concert that made
some of our younger students sing and dance
in the aisles.
[The photo is of two male students playing the bongos.]
MAY
OSB hosted more than 100 students from six schools for the blind during the
11th Eastern Schools for the Blind Music Festival. Music Is Our Vision was
the theme, and band, drum circle, bell choir and concert choir musicians
were featured during the Festival’s grand concert. In addition to the musical
performance, the Festival featured an art exhibit that highlighted the artistic
talents and abilities of students from all six schools.
[The photo is of the OSB Choir and its Choir Director standing on risers on
stage after they finished singing a song.]
JUNE
The talented and accomplished Distinguished Alumna Vivian Anderson
Williams, Class of 1967, spoke at the emotional OSB Commencement
ceremony, which highlighted the achievements of the sixteen young men
and women who received their diploma from OSB.
[The photo is of Alumna Vivian Anderson Williams with her right arm in
the air while speaking at the podium during the OSB Commencement
ceremony.]
Individualized Programs
Overbrook School for the Blind students are treated as the very special
people that they are. Class sizes are small, and students receive it.
On any day, Orientation and Mobility specialists can be seen working with
students indoors and out, and beyond the gates that surround our campus
when a student is ready to navigate the immediate neighborhood on foot or
practice traveling by bus. Physical and Occupational therapy, Speech and
Language therapy, Counseling, and Audiology services are available to
assist students to perform at their highest level of ability. Many older
students live in the White Hall on-campus independent living apartments
during the week as part of the transition program that concentrates on adult
life skills.
On campus, the Early Intervention Program’s (EIP) Early Childhood
program welcomes children three to six years of age who are having their
first full time, on campus school experience. We continue to educate
students through the following age-appropriate programs: Elementary,
Middle School, High School, and School to Work. These students benefit
from the expanded core curriculum and also have the opportunity to learn
braille, to access the Internet and master various computer programs, and to
participate in sports, musical performances and the visual arts.
Off campus, the Outreach Community-Based component of the Early
Intervention Program works regionally with families of babies and young
children from birth to three years of age and with three to five year-olds in
Philadelphia. We extend our mission with the OSB International Program
which serves Chinese educators, whose blind and visually impaired students
in China benefit from what their teachers learn with our assistance; and
through ON-NET (Overbrook-Nippon Network on Educational
Technology), our International Program that addresses local and regional
needs related to persons who are
blind or visually impaired in Southeast Asia. Finally, the Overbrook
Friedlander Programs (OFP) provide day and residential programs to adults
with intellectual disabilities and sensory impairments both on and off
campus.
[There is a photo of a male student sliding vegetables into a skillet while
preparing dinner in the White Hall Apartments.
There is another photo of a female high school student wearing a pink
hoodie sitting in front of a screen reader.]
Innovative Teachers
Within all of the specialized programs at Overbrook School for the Blind are
teachers who believe that each child is brimming with potential that has yet
to be fully realized. Helping students develop their potential requires
thoughtful instruction and an unwavering commitment to each child’s
unique learning profile.
Overbrook School for the Blind staffer, Susan Calvecchio, excels in her role
as an Intervener for Aeryn, a student with deafblindness in the Elementary
Program.
A new position created within OSB, an Intervener provides all
communication and access to information for a student with this condition.
Because deafblindness causes profound sensory deprivation, Ms. Calvecchio
provides Aeryn with consistent access to instruction and environmental
information that is usually gained by typical students through vision and
hearing, but that is incomplete to a child who is deaf or blind. Working
under the guidance and direction of Maria Dwyer, Aeryn’s classroom
teacher, who is responsible for ensuring the implementation of Aeryn’s
Individualized Educational Plan, Ms. Calvecchio assists with the
development and use of Aeryn’s receptive and expressive
communication skills, and maintains a trusting, interactive relationship that
can only be developed from a one-to-one relationship.
When Aeryn first started in the Elementary Program at OSB three years ago,
Ms. Calvecchio was communicating with Aeryn by using objects, signals
and pictures, and very little sign language. Today, there is two-way
communication all day between Aeryn and Ms. Calvecchio using pictures,
sign language and beginning braille, with Aeryn’s skills including taking
direction and asking for help when needed.
[There is a photo of a young female student laying down on her stomach on
a piece of physical therapy equipment while a smiling female teacher holds
her.
There is a photo of a smiling female teacher who has her hands placed on
either side of the face of a young female elementary student.]
While working with teenagers at OSB, Speech Therapist Angela Harvey and
OSB School Psychologist Danielle Sychterz both recognized the social
challenges of students with visual impairments and the importance of
explicit social skills instruction. They could also see the value of taking a
collaborative approach to intervention which would provide a greater
opportunity for students to practice target behaviors and develop expressive
language skills at the same time. Together, they formed the Social Skills
Group which meets weekly with OSB Middle School, High School and
School to Work students to sensitively and directly address social issues.
With specific instruction and consistent sensitive feedback in the areas of
eye contact/orienting towards speaker, facial expressions, social distance,
body language, tone of voice, and appropriate behaviors for public and
private settings,
students in the Social Skills Group develop self-awareness skills that will
make the transition into adult life easier. By increasing the level of selfidentity and awareness of other people’s needs, with strategies for positive
interactions, both Ms. Harvey and Ms. Sychterz provide support to help
students form relationships with others and increase social connections and
participation in activities.
The progress of the students within the Social Skills Group, both subtle and
obvious, was measured through three standardized assessments, and more
importantly, through a pre and post assessment completed by both teachers
and parents. Considerable improvement was reported in the areas of selfadvocacy, empathy, listening/conversation skills,
and self-awareness. Many times during the year, teachers recounted hearing
some of the Social Skills Group role-playing exercises being repeated in
conversations amongst the students in the OSB lunchroom, a sure sign of
success.
[There is a photo of a female teacher giving instruction to a middle school
male student who is seated at a table.]
There is a long-standing and beloved tradition of music at Overbrook School
for the Blind, perhaps because we all know how universal music is, in that it
has the capacity to reach all children. When used to empower and evoke
connectedness in young learners with special needs, music is truly
transformative. It can make the difference between withdrawal and
awareness, between isolation and interaction.
In his 28 years teaching music to students at Overbrook School for the
Blind, Bell Choir Director Jim Palmer has witnessed the power music has to
inspire and empower students with all kinds of challenges. When Mr. Palmer
encountered students struggling to learn music and play the hand bells at the
same time, he created his own method for teaching music. It involves adding
lyrics to all the music, and then marking on each student’s lyric sheets when
they ring their individual hand bells. For large print readers, this involves
circling words or parts of words and for braille readers, this involves adding
extra dots below the words where their bells ring. This technique enables all
of our student musicians to develop instincts and initiative to learn handbell
music and a musical instrument. Several students worked diligently in the
classroom to learn Mr. Palmer’s method this year and later performed at the
Eastern Schools for the Blind Music Festival that OSB hosted in the spring.
[There are three photos on this page. In the first photo, a male high school
student is turning around to look back at a smiling female teacher. The
second photo is of Mr. Jim Palmer, Bell Choir Director, holding a hand bell
in each hand. The third photo is of all of the hand bells lying on a long table
that is covered with a red tablecloth.]
Unique Partnerships
We are committed to building partnerships to encourage additional
educational opportunities for our students. Within every program at OSB,
partnerships with outside agencies are created to adopt a shared vision, one
that speaks to our mission to help people with visual impairments to achieve
their highest potential.
This year, Overbrook School for the Blind proudly collaborated with our
region’s school districts and a Charter School to provide students with visual
impairments the vital educational and supplemental services they need to
become successful. Under the direction of OSB Coordinator Lynne
Williams, students with low vision and blindness in the Springfield School
District and a Charter School within the City of Philadelphia benefitted from
Overbrook School for the Blind’s highly trained personnel to learn how to
access and use assistive technology and how to read braille. Eight students
received training in one year, and with room for expansion, there are plans to
establish a full-time itinerant position to serve a number of Philadelphia
charter schools and the Springfield School District in the future.
OSB faculty expanded the collaborative relationship we have with
universities such as Kutztown and Villanova this year. In both instances,
students come to our campus every few weeks to observe, assist, and learn in
the classroom as well as in the White Hall independent living apartments.
The Kutztown teachers-in-training gain real-world experience and OSB
teachers have the opportunity to grow professionally by discussing and
evaluating the latest academic approaches and techniques. The partnership
with Villanova University includes a Peer Interaction Program, led by OSB
Coordinator Helene Marano, in which special education majors come
weekly to OSB to monitor, observe — and sometimes, play basketball —
with our High School and School-to-Work students. Student friendships
have developed and flourished, and this year, there were frequent sightings
of Villanova students visiting new friends in White Hall and volunteering at
OSB events.
[There is a photo of three small elementary students wearing red firemen
hats while engaging with an adult male firefighter.
There is another photo of a pair of hands over a page of braille.
The third photo is of a male student bending down to tend to plants in a
garden.]
Nearly 100 OSB students collaborated in the creation of a dramatic mosaic
mural that was unveiled in the Rotunda in the spring. OSB Coordinator Dael
Cohen led the effort to partner with teaching artists from Philadelphia’s
Magic Gardens, an organization which provides mosaic mural education for
underserved audiences, and ArtReach, a Philadelphia organization that
connects underserved audiences with cultural experiences. After
brainstorming content for the mural, OSB students crafted handmade clay
tiles and other elements which they mosaicked into the mural creating
numerous special tactile elements. There is a visual representation of braille
lettering and some raised imagery of hands, musical instruments, and
goggles used in Goalball, a sport designed specifically for blind athletes. The
creative staff at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens provided the technical
expertise and instruction, ArtReach secured the necessary funding, and OSB
students, staff and faculty collaborated on the final mural that represents the
school as seen through the artistic vision of our students. It is appropriately
titled by an OSB student, “A Place To Be Free, est. 2014.”
[There is a photo of a male student putting the finishing touches on top of
the new mosaic mural in the Main Building at OSB.]
There is no greater example of a dynamic and relevant partnership than the
longstanding relationship between OSB and its sister schools for the blind
along the East Coast. Joined under the relationship of the Eastern Athletic
Association of Schools for the Blind or the Eastern Schools for the Blind
Music Festival, OSB students benefited from the socialization with their
contemporaries. Throughout the school year, there were competitive
swimming, wrestling, cheerleading, goalball, track and field tournaments,
and a grand-scale hand bell, choir and instrumental concert that also featured
an exhibit of student artwork from all of the participating schools.
Possibilities
Just look at the smiles of our 2013-2014 graduates, young men and women
who have
exceeded expectations on their journey to realize their true potential.
At Overbrook School for the Blind, we will continue to serve as an
innovative educational institution providing excellent educational,
therapeutic, and life skills services for our students. We will continue to
reach out locally, nationally and internationally to help people who are blind
and visually impaired find the resources and secure the knowledge they need
to help them lead full and rewarding lives. And we will continue to build an
organization that caters to the thought of tomorrow, whose commitment is to
cultivate, nurture and challenge the mind and spirit of our remarkable
students who are blind and visually impaired.
[There are three photos on this page. They are all from the OSB
Commencement Ceremony. The first photo is of students on stage in red and
white cap and gowns standing next to the Overbrook Huskie mascot. The
second photo is of OSB Coordinator Bob Ashbridge standing next to a
graduating senior. The third photo is a close up of a smiling male student in
cap and gown.]
2013-2014 Financial Review
OPERATING REVENUES
State & Local Tuition $15,616,600 58%
Government & Grants $ 6,174,000 23%
Gifts & Private Support$ 3,881,300 14%
Other Income
$ 1,211,900 5%
Total
$26,883,800
OPERATING EXPENSES
Early Intervention $ 1,170,100 4%
Preschool
$ 4,505,600 17%
School Age
$15,686,800 58%
Residential
$ 153,800 1%
International Outreach $ 286,900 1%
Overbrook Friedlander $ 5,080,600 19%
Total
$26,883,800
[There are two financial pie charts on this page.]
Volunteers by Event
FUN DAY
Jim Adams
Marshay Adams
Judy Bell
John Bott
Teri Brown
Allison Cote-Donovan
Julianne D’Orazio
Matt Farnsworth
Nicole Francis
Jordan Gavin
Rosie Gorman
Val Howell
Madeline Karp
Deb McAnney
Tom Marino
Sherrylynn Marshall
Sue Moran
Krista Pfleger
Molly Powers
Gehrig Schreiber
Vaughn Schreiber
Joe Stracci
Emmie Vogelman
Cathy Widener
ANNUAL REPORT AND
DEVELOPMENT MAILINGS
Lorraine Busch
Peggy Garrett
Kate Halus
Jackie Schmidt
Susan Friel
HANDS ON GARDENERS OF ASSOCIATED SERVICES FOR THE
BLIND AND
VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Lorraine Busch
Lavera Diggins
Peggy Garrett
Bruce Linsky
Arnold Mack
Marjory Russo
Fran and Lyle Sine
PANCAKE BREAKFAST
Davantay Anderson
Bob Ashbridge
Katherine Beattie
Joe Binstead
Jackie Bonner
Trish Bonner
Dennis Branch
Jackie Brennan
JR Brockman
Steven R. Buck
Sierra Cheatham
Christina Collins
Kayla Collins
Anthony Coughlan
Antoine Dantzler
Irene Darby
Loreto de la Torre
Santiago de la Torre
Maryann Flack
Andre Forman
Paula Gallant
Rob Gallant
Naomi Harris
Floyd Hatten
Donovan Haughton
Wang He
Bella Holgado
Ross Holgado
Kenneth Howell
Chyna Jacobs
Deiondra Jacobs
Leandra Jacobs
Liz Jacobs
Christine Kane
Carmella Kitzhoffer
Nicole Kraczyk
Daniel Kuzmicki
Pam Kuzmicki
Brenna McNamee
JoAnn McNamee
Christopher McNeal
Patrick McNeal
Robert McNeal
Lucy Mangabat
Tony Mangabat, Sr.
Cameron Mayzck
Caniesha Mayzck
Randolf Mayzck, Jr.
Reinaldo Mayzck
Bryan Merritt
Antoinette Morales
Shayana Morris
Alex Morrow
Samuel Neubauer
Joshua Pearsall
Alex Pietri
Tina Pilkauskas
Kahljl Rivers
Catherine Schneck
Darnell Sandler
Bernie Smith
Robert Smith
Maria Southard
Cassandra Spiezio
Stephen Stanley
Patrick Strain
John A. Thomas
Helene Van Bernum
Joe Van Bernum
Carol Wallace
Jordan Waters
Zach Watson
[There is a photo of six people (four males and two females) standing in
front of the mosaic tile mural during its unveiling ceremony.
There is another photo of a smiling male teacher standing with a female high
school student who is wearing orange glasses.]
Rotunda Circle
The donors listed below have supported Overbrook School for the Blind
with ten or more separate gifts throughout the years. The consistent support
of these donors has been vital to the school.
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Abel
Dr. & Mrs. Denis M. Abelson
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Acchione
Adelphia Lions of Philadelphia
Aetna Foundation, Inc.
Mrs. Khalida Ahmad
Dr. & Mrs. Richard P. Albertson
Mr. George Alesio
Dr. & Mrs. Roger Allen
Allen’s Iron Works
Dr. & Mrs. Michael D. Allodoli
Mr. Steve V. Amelang
Mrs. Rita Ankenbrant
Anonymous
Ms. Kathe Archibald
Armstrong, Doyle & Carroll
Aston Township Lioness Club
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Atwell
Mr. Stanley Avender
Ms. Elizabeth Baglivo
Dr. Kent Balls
Mr. & Mrs. Ray L. Balthaser
Mr. Robert Banks
Ms. Donna M. Barr
Mrs. Beth Anne Barr-DiFabio
Ms. Kathleen Barron
Ms. Laurie Beach
Mr. Tim Beadle
Mr. Frank Beam
Dr. Sylvia R. Beck
Bensalem Lioness Club
Bensalem Township Lions Club
Dr. & Mrs. William Benson
Ms. Audrey N. Berger
Mr. Edwin J. Berkowitz
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Bich
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Billetta
Mr. James Billman
Mr. & Mrs. Christopher I. Blackwall
Mr. Marshall J. Blalock
Mrs. Anne Wister G. Boenning
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph N. Bongiovanni III
Ms. Patricia Bonner
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Boothby
Bowman & Company, LLP
Mr. F. Howard Braithwaite
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Brennan
Mrs. Marilyn Brennan
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony D. Brindisi
Mr. Bernard I. Brody
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Brookshire
Ms. Anita Brophy
Mrs. Shirley Brotman
Mr. & Mrs. Francis X. Brown
Ms. Kathleen Browne
Mr. & Mrs. Mark W. Brunken
Ms. Victoria J. Brunswick
Ms. Linda J. Bucher
Mr. Sidney Buck
Mr. John R. Bulger
Mrs. Maria J. Buonadonna
Ms. Barbara Burch
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Burton
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Caggiano
Mrs. Nancy Callan
Mr. & Mrs. Erik S. Campbell, Sr.
Mr. Lawrence F. Campbell
Mrs. Nicole Campbell
Mr. James Caplan
Mr. Allister Cardozo
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carfrey
Carpet Fair, Inc.
Ms. Patrice Carr
Reverend & Mrs. Neal Carrigan
Ms. Anita Carrington
Louis Cassett Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Hiram Castro
Chalfont Lions Club
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Chiovero
Dr. & Mrs. Melvin J. Chisum
Mrs. Arlene Cicala
CIGNA Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen C. Cleaves, Jr.
Clifton Heights Lions Club
Clinton Envelope and Paper Co.
Ms. Katherine Ann Clyde
Cobbs Creek Post No.5426 – VFW
Ms. Carol Coe
Mr. Russell Coe
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Coffey, Jr.
Ms. Lisa A. Coffey
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Cohen
Ms. Dael Cohen
Mr. & Mrs. Norman Cohen
Mrs. Joan Coll
Mr. Ernie College
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Collier
Ms. Louise S. Colwell
Miss Dorothy Connor
Cooke & Bieler, L.P.
Mrs. Dolores Coombs
Dr. Edward Cooper
Mr. & Mrs. Walter L. Cosner
Mr. & Mrs. Harry A. Crimi
Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Criscuolo
Ms. Lucille Cugini
Daley & Jalboot Architects
Mr. Robert L. D’Anjolell
Mrs. Joanne Malatesta Davidoff
Dr. Lawrence R. Davis
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Day
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
Dr. Thomas DeBerardinis & Ms. Lisa Galante
Mr. Ed Decker
Mr. Steven DeLair
Ms. Paulette Delaney
Mr. & Mrs. James R. DeMaioribus
Mr. & Mrs. Sebastian Demanop
Miss Catherine Deraco
Dr. and Mrs. Paul DeWeer
Mrs. Suzanne W. Diamond
Mr. & Mrs. C. Patrick Dibble
Mr. & Mrs. Mark G. DiCocco
Mr. & Mrs. Josip Didovic
Ms. Susan DiFabio
Mrs. Joan DiMarzio
Ms. Rita J. DiNatale
Mr. & Mrs. Louis DiSantis
Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation
Ms. Sandra Dobrowski
Mrs. Cathy Domizio
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Donnelly
Dr. Larry A. Donoso
Mr. & Mrs. James T. Dooney
Mr. & Mrs. Jay Doudna
Mr. John Dougherty
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Dubin
Mr. & Mrs. David A. Durkin
Mr. Peter N. Durso
Mrs. Maria P. Dwyer
Mr. & Mrs. Huy Lewg Ea
Eco Phones
Mr. Harish R. Edamadaka
Elizabeth Roe Dunning Club
Mrs. Maria V. Ernest
eScrip
Ms. Lynette K. Evans
Exxon Mobil Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Albert Fala
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Farabaugh, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Fegley
Mr. Jack E. Feinberg
Mrs. Anne L. Felten
Ms. Patricia Ferri
Mr. Richard Fidler
Mrs. Betty K. Fielder
Mr. Louis S. Fine V
Ms. Sandra Finkel
Mr. & Mrs. Sidney Firth
Dr. Joanna M. Fisher
Mrs. Annabelle Fishman
Mrs. Mary J. Flack
Ms. Maryann B. Flack
Mrs. Mary Ann Flanigan
Mr. & Mrs. Allan H. Fleisher
Mrs. Pat Fox
Mr. & Mrs. Stanford Frank
Mrs. Carolyn J. Friedman
Mr. Herbert A. Friedman
Mrs. Corinne Friend
Dr. William P. Furgiuele
Mr. Henry Furtak
F. W. Ward Company, Inc.
Galantino Supply Company, Inc.
Mrs. Mary K. Gall
Mr. Robert B. Gallant
Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. Gardiner
Mrs. Peggy F. Garrett
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gatta, Jr.
Ms. Simone B. Gavioli
Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. Genieser
Dr. Lars H. Genieser
Mrs. Elizabeth Gephart
Mr. & Mrs. James B. Geppert
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gerhart
German Society of Pennsylvania – Women’s Auxiliary
Germantown Mt. Airy – Chestnut Hill Lions
Mrs. Mary Ann Gimbel & Jennifer
Mr. Henry A. Gladstone
Glatfelter Company
GlaxoSmithKline Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Glenn
Mr. & Mrs. David Goldberg
Mr. Charles A. Goldstein
Mr. George R. Goldstone
Ms. Channie Goodman
Mr. & Mrs. Erik B. Granade
Granite Farms Estate Residents
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Griffith
Mrs. Marion Grochowski
Mr. Mark Groff
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Grossbauer
Mrs. Catalina Hallowell
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hallowell
Hammonton Lions Club
Haney Foundation Trust
Mr. & Mrs. Henry Harbage
Ms. Yvette Harris
Mr. & Mrs. John Hasson
Mr. Floyd Hatten
Mrs. Carol Havens-Dobbs
Mr. & Mrs. William Hayes
Mrs. Sarah S. Heckscher
Mr. & Mrs. William K. Hennessy, Sr.
Judge Louis G. Hill
Mr. Harry E. Hitchcock
Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Hoff, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Hogan
Mr. Richard W. Hogg
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Holland
Ms. Joanne Hollinger
Mr. & Mrs. James Hooper, Sr.
Mr. C. David Hoppman, Jr.
Hoxie Harrison Smith Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Miles Huffaker
Mr. J. Freedley Hunsicker, Jr.
Mrs. Lucy Hunter
Ms. Rebecca Ilniski
Independence Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Ireland
Mr. Errol W. Isaacs
JD Construction, Inc.
Mrs. Gay G. Johnson
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard C. Johnson
Ms. Theresa Ann Johnson
Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies
Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan Jones
Mrs. Meredith S. Jones
Mr. William J. D. Jordan
Mrs. Susan N. Kamerling
Dr. Bernadette M. Kappen
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Kasper
Mr. & Mrs. Leon Kazanjian, Jr.
Mr. Thomas W. Keegan
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Keen
Ms. Jacqueline K. Keenan
Mr. & Mrs. George W. Kehr
Mr. James A. Kelly, Jr.
Kent-Lucas Foundation, Inc.
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Kerr
Ms. Pattie Kilgore
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen J. King
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Kitzhoffer
Mrs. Josephine Klein
Mr. & Mrs. Harold Klenk
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Koehne
Miss Eleanor Kraczyk
Ms. Joan Kuchinos
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Kuczynski
Langhorne Lions Club
Mrs. Deborah A. Laverell
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Law
Mr. Paul O. LeCouter
Mrs. Bonnalyn Legg
Mr. & Mrs. David Lengel
Mrs. Lauri Leonard
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Levering
Mrs. Robert F. Levy
Dr. & Mrs. Robert J. Levy
Dr. L. Clifford Lewis
Mr. Alan P. Lilholt
Lindley-Olney Lions Club
Mr. & Mrs. Brian M. Lisiecki
Mr. John S. Lloyd
Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Loeb
Mr. Frank Lombardo
Mr. Armando Louro
Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Lukens
Mr. John Luttenberger III
Mrs. Marilyn Lutter
Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Lynch
Dr. & Mrs. Julius Mackie
Mrs. Louis C. Madeira
Main Line Italian American Civic Association
Dr. & Mrs. Morton Mandell
Mrs. Geraldine Manini
Ms. Helene Marano
Mr. Vincent Marchese
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Marsh
Ms. Grace Martinez
Mr. Richard Mascitti
Ms. Tarra Mashburn & Mr. Tony DeFillippis
Mr. Shaun R. Mason
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred F. Matarazzo
Mr. & Mrs. John K. Mathew
Mr. & Mrs. George Matysik
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Maunder
Mr. Herman H. Maurer
Mr. David J. Mayo
Mrs. Catherine McCauley
Ms. Maria T. McCauley
Ms. Marianne McCormick
Ms. Megan McCrea
Ms. Loretta R. McDonald
Mr. Thomas M. McDonald
Mr. William H. McDonald
Mr. & Mrs. John P. McGee
Ms. Jacqueline T. McGrath
Mr. & Mrs. James P. McHale
Mr. & Mrs. Hugh McHugh
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
Ms. Tracy A. McLaughlin
Mrs. JoAnn McNamee
Mrs. Barbara Mehl
Mr. & Mrs. James R. Melvin
Merck Employee Giving Campaign
Ms. Kim Michener
Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Migatz, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Mignogna
Mr. Robert G. Miksit
Ms. Michele Miller
Mr. & Mrs. Scott V. Milo
Mrs. Anne F. Mitchell
Ms. Regina Montanaro
Mr. Leonard Moore
Ms. Daisy L. Morgan
Mr. & Mrs. Philip T. Morgan
Mrs. Antoinette Moss
Drs. Mark & Marlene Moster
Ms. Marieann Mullin
Mr. Gavin Murdoch
Mrs. M. Christine Murphy & Mr. Sidney D. Rosenblatt
National Soap Distributors
Mr. Salvatore R. Nazionale
Dr. Pathma Nelson
Nevilaires Chorus
Mr. William Newman
Newtown Lions Club
Mr. Richard G. Nolan
Dr. & Mrs. R. Barrett Noone
Northampton Township Lions Club
Dr. Susan I. Novoseller
Mr. Wesley S. O’Brien
Ms. Jean O’Brien Visser
Mr. Dennis O’Dea, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. O’Donnell, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Onesti
Dr. & Mrs. Hayler H. Osborn
Dr. & Mrs. Theodore Oslick
Mr. William Otto, Sr.
Overbrook School for the Blind – Alumni Association
P. E. R. C.
Mr. Robert L. Penrose
Mrs. Geralyn M. Perry
Mrs. Pauline Perry
Philadelphia Filipino-American Lions Club
Philadelphia Foundation
Philadelphia Korean Lions Club
Philadelphia Law Enforcement Lions Club
Pica’s Italian Restaurant, Inc.
Ms. Elizabeth A. Potemski
Mr. & Mrs. William Powell
Powers Craft Parker & Beard, Inc.
Mrs. Nancy D. Price
Mr. Ralph W. Pries
Mr. Louis Quay
Dr. & Mrs. Graham E. Quinn
Quintiliani & DeSalvo
Mr. & Mrs. Joselito Rabusa
Mr. & Mrs. George Richardson
Richlandtown Lions
Ms. Rosalie B. Riddell
Mr. Charles P. Rioboli
Rising Sun Lions Club
Mrs. Anna I. Roberts
Mrs. Joan C. Roberts
Mr. & Mrs. Ian W. Robinson
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Rocco
Mrs. Joan Rogers
Mrs. Patricia A. Rogers
Mrs. Dorothy G. Rolph
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Rotelle
Dr. & Mrs. Harry Rozmiarek
Mrs. Aurora Russek
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Sabatino
Mrs. Jill B. Samberg
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Sandlin
Dr. Lov K. Sarin
Ms. Theresa Savino
Mrs. Damaris Shiavi-Schaeflein & Mr. Eric Schaeflein
Mr. & Mrs. Abraham R. Schaevitz
Miss Rose Ann Schaller
Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Schattman
Mr. & Mrs. William Schneck
Ms. Agatha M. Scholl
Mrs. G. Lee Schultz
Mr. & Mrs. J. Sanford Schwartz
Ms. Ann E. Seiberlich
Ms. Karen S. Serfass
Miss Carol Sexton
Ms. Anna M. Sfida
Mr. Joseph Shevenock, Jr.
Mr. John Shields
Mr. Joseph Sickora
Mr. & Mrs. Lyle T. Sine
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Skariah
Mr. Victor E. Skloff
Ms. Angela Smith
Mr. Gary P. Smith
Miss Mary J. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Smugeresky
Dr. David B. Soll
South Philadelphia Lions Club
Ms. Maria Southard
Mr. Paul Soven
Mrs. Andrea L. Spencer
Mr. Gregory Spessard
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Spinogatti
Springfield Lioness Club
Springfield Lions Club
Mr. & Mrs. Cary F. Staller
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Stang
Stanton Door Company
Ms. Marjorie G. Stein
Mr. Richard J. Steven
Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Stokes
Mr. George Strawbridge, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Henderson Supplee III
Swarthmore Lions Club
Mr. Walter B. Szamatowicz
Mrs. Harriette S. Tabas
Target
Dr. & Mrs. William Tasman
Mr. & Mrs. Albert R. Tedesco
Mrs. Marcella A. Theodos
Mr. John A. Thomas
Mr. John R. Thomas, Jr.
Ms. Helen M. Thompson
Mrs. Jocelyn J. Thompson
Mr. & Mrs. Gerhard S. Thoresen III
Torresdale Tacony Mayfair Lions Club
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Tracy
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Trolio
Mrs. Kathleen Y. Troncelliti
Ms. Elizabeth M. Trout
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Turner, Sr.
Unico Media Chapter
Mr. Theodore M. Utchen
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Van Bernum
Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. van Naerssen
Miss Marcella M. Vandenbord
Dr. James F. Vander
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew W. Vaughan
Verizon Foundation
Dr. George Vermeire
Mr. Peter Virgili
Mr. & Mrs. Darren J. Vogelman
Mrs. Patricia Wagner
Mr. Robert Waker
Mrs. Mary Beth Waldron
Mrs. Alice M. Ware
Warwick Foundation
Ms. Barbara Washington
Ms. Margaret K. Watson
WAWA Inc.
W. S. Cumby & Son, Inc.
Mr. Arnold M. Weiss
Ms. Victoria West
Mr. Kingsley W. Weston
Mrs. Joan L. Whartnaby
Mr. Warwick S. Wheeler
Whitemarsh Lioness Club
Ms. Angelia Williams
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Williams
Mrs. Mary R. Williams
Mrs. Vivian Williams
Mrs. Edith Willoughby
Mrs. Peggy Wilson
Dr. Martin C. Wilson
Mr. Mayer Wolf
Dr. Melvyn A. Wolf
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick R. Wolodzko
Mr. Anthony G. Wright II
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Yates
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Yoshioka
Mrs. Angela Zager
Mr. Harris S. Zimmerman
Dr. & Mrs. Albert W. Zimmermann, Jr.
BEQUESTS
Abraham A. Davidson Estate
Anna B. Porter Estate
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Mr. & Mrs. Charles Adams
Mr. Elgin Akarsoy
Mr. Theodore M. Alber
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Alejandro
Mr. George Alesio
Dr. & Mrs. Michael D. Allodoli
Mrs. Rita Ankenbrant
Anonymous
Mr. Stanley Avender
Ms. Elizabeth Bacanskas
Ms. Elizabeth Baglivo
Mrs. Margaret R. Bailey
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Mrs. Beth Anne Barr-DiFabio
Ms. Kathleen Barron
Mr. & Mrs. Sherif Bastawros
Miss Heather Bayliff
Ms. Laurie Beach
Mr. Frank Beam
Ms. Audrey N. Berger
Mr. Edwin J. Berkowitz
Ms. Val Berry
Ms. Drucilla Beverly
Mr. & Mrs. Richard T. Biddle
Mr. & Mrs. Christopher I. Blackwall
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph N. Bongiovanni III
Ms. Patricia Bonner
Mr. Robert Scott Bostick
Mr. F. Howard Braithwaite
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Brennan
Mrs. Marilyn Brennan
Mr. Dennis Brookshire
Mrs. Shirley Brotman
Mr. & Mrs. Francis X. Brown
Ms. Lisa Brown & Mr. Michael Brickle
Ms. Melissa Brown
Ms. Kathleen Browne
Mr. & Mrs. Mark W. Brunken
Ms. Linda J. Bucher
Mrs. Maria J. Buonadonna
Mr. Peter Buonadonna
Ms. Barbara Burch
Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Burton
Ms. Lorraine Busch
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Mrs. Susan Calvecchio
Mr. John C. Capek
Mr. James Caplan
Mr. & Mrs. James S. Carbo
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carfrey
Mr. & Mrs. David Carr, Jr.
Reverend & Mrs. Neal Carrigan
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Mr. & Mrs. Billy Carrington
Mr. & Mrs. James Cavallaro
Mrs. Gwen Chand
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Mr. & Mrs. John J. Chiovero
Dr. & Mrs. Melvin J. Chisum
Mr. & Mrs. Hyuntae Choi
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen C. Cleaves, Jr.
Mr. Phillip Coccia
Ms. Carol Coe
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Ms. Dael Cohen
Mr. Ernie College
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Collier
Mrs. Dolores Coombs
Dr. Edward Cooper
Mr. Arthur Copeland
Mr. John F. Costello
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Mr. Peter Crippen
Mr. & Mrs. Michael P. Criscuolo
Mrs. Linda D. Cunningham
Mr. Cornelius W. Curran
Ms. Mary C. Czachowski
Mr. Robert L. D’Anjolell
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Davidson
Dr. Lawrence R. Davis
Ms. Jacquelyn Davis
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Mr. Ed Decker
Dr. & Mrs. Edward A. Deglin
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. DeHaven, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Del Viscio
Ms. Ellanna L. Delaney
Mr. & Mrs. Santiago Delatorre
Mr. & Mrs. James R. DeMaioribus
Mr. & Mrs. Sebastian Demanop
Miss Catherine Deraco
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Mr. & Mrs. Harry B. Deverter
Mr. & Mrs. C. Patrick Dibble
Ms. Amy Didona
Ms. Constance Dillard
Ms. Rita J. DiNatale
Mr. & Mrs. Louis DiSantis
Ms. Sandra Dobrowski
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Mrs. Cathy Domizio
Dr. Larry A. Donoso
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Mrs. Cathy D’Orazio
Ms. Jeanne Dougherty
Mr. John Dougherty
Ms. Margaret Dougherty
Mr. Joseph T. Doyle, Jr.
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Mr. & Mrs. James P. Driscoll, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Dubin
Mr. James Duffy
Ms. Angela Dunkley
Mr. & Mrs. David A. Durkin
Mr. Harish R. Edamadaka
Mr. Wynne V. Edelman
Mr. Rikard Edstrom
Ms. Monica Egan
Ms. Laura Erhard
Ms. Debra A. Erthal
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Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Farabaugh, Sr.
Mr. Keith Fenner
Ms. Tracey Fenstermacher
Mr. Richard Fidler
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Mrs. Annabelle Fishman
Ms. Maryann B. Flack
Mr. & Mrs. David A. Flaherty
Mrs. Luisa M. Foleno-Latoff
Mr. Michael P. Fournier
Mrs. Karen Fowler-Williams
Mr. & Mrs. W. Edward Frazer
Mr. David Friedman
Mrs. Carolyn J. Friedman
Mrs. Corinne Friend
Dr. William P. Furgiuele
Mr. & Mrs. David Galligan
Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. Gardiner
Mrs. Peggy F. Garrett
Ms. Peggie Gause
Mr. & Mrs. Louis W. Geibel
Ms. Elizabeth H. Gemmill
Dr. Lars H. Genieser
Mrs. Elizabeth Gephart
Mr. & Mrs. James B. Geppert
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gerhart
Ms. Rosaria Gil
Ms. Phyllis Gillyard
Mrs. Mary Ann Gimbel &
Jennifer
Ms. Anna Marie Giuffrida
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Glenn
Mrs. Consuelo N. Glynn
Mr. David Goldstein
Mr. George R. Goldstone
Ms. Grisel Gonzalez
Ms. Ramonita Gonzalez
Ms. Patricia Gooding
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas F. Graney
Mr. Luigi Grasso
Mr. Michael K. Greenberg
Dr. Charles N. Griffen
Ms. Signe’ Griffin
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Griffith
Mr. Mark Groff
Mr. Kevin Hall
Ms. Carol Hammarberg
Ms. Evelyn B. Harper
Ms. Nicole Hartzell
Ms. Angela Harvey
Mr. & Mrs. William Haseltine
Mr. Shabbir Hassanally & Ms. Elise Leetaru
Mr. Floyd Hatten
Mrs. Carol Havens-Dobbs
Mr. & Mrs. Tony Hearn
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Heinz
Ms. Marguerite Henry
Ms. Megan Hessenthaler
Ms. Rhonda Hibbler
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Hitschler
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Hogan
Mr. Richard W. Hogg
Mrs. Rosauro V. Holgado
Ms. Traci Holland
Ms. Joanne Hollinger
Ms. Myeisha Holloman
Mr. & Mrs. James Hooper, Sr.
Mr. C. David Hoppman, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Miles Huffaker
Mr. J. Freedley Hunsicker, Jr.
Mrs. Lucy Hunter
Dr. & Mrs. Jonathan Indik
Ms. Dorothy A. Ives
Ms. Elizabeth Jacobs
Mrs. Dorothy James
Ms. Cejuana Johnson
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard C. Johnson
Mrs. Janet Johnson-Bey
Mr. William J. D. Jordan
Ms. Roselyn Kamaara
Mr. Mouhamadou Kane & Ms. Die Fall
Ms. Jacqueline K. Keenan
Mrs. Jeanne Keevil
Mr. Robert Keith
Mr. James A. Kelly, Jr.
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Kerr
Ms. Pattie Kilgore
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin King
Mr. Michael Kirby
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Kitzhoffer
Mrs. Josephine Klein
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Koehne
Mr. George M. Koser
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard S. Krapcha
Mr. William Kretzschmar
Mr. & Mrs. Tim Kriner
Ms. Joan Kuchinos
Mr. & Mrs. Norman A. Lane
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Law
Mr. Tony Le
Mrs. Carol W. Leebron
Mr. & Mrs. Nathanael Lentz
Mr. & Mrs. Jamie Leon
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Levering
Dr. L. Clifford Lewis
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth W. Liskey, Jr.
Mr. Hector Llanos & Ms. Eileen Vazquez
Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Loeb
Mr. James Loftus
Mr. Frank Lombardo
Ms. Jacqueline Lowery
Mrs. Marilyn Lutter
Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. Lynch
Mr. Timothy Macaulay
Mrs. Joan W. Mackie
Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Magee
Mrs. Joanne Malatesta Davidoff
Mr. & Mrs. Guy Malick
Mrs. Mary Ann Mangano
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mangano
Mr. Michael C. Mansor
Ms. Helene Marano
Mr. Louis R. Marchese
Mrs. Phyllis Marino
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Marsh
Mr. & Mrs. George Matysik
Ms. Victoria Matysik
Mrs. Catherine McCauley
Mr. & Mrs. Robert McConnell
Ms. Megan McCrea
Ms. Loretta R. McDonald
Mr. Thomas M. McDonald
Mr. Bernard McFadden
Mr. & Mrs. John P. McGee
Mr. & Mrs. Francis M. McGoldrick
Ms. Samantha McGovern
Mr. & Mrs. Hugh McHugh
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
Mrs. Patricia McNulty
Mr. Vincent McVeigh
Ms. Clare Medori
Ms. Lorraine Medoro
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Mignogna
Ms. Denise M. Mihalik
Mr. & Mrs. Scott V. Milo
Mr. Jason Milyo
Ms. Regina Montanaro
Ms. Claudia Monzo
Ms. Anne Morath
Ms. Daisy L. Morgan
Ms. Roseann Morrison
Ms. Marieann Mullin
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Mullin
Mr. & Mrs. James Murphy
Ms. Cynthia J. Murray
Mr. & Mr. John K. Nabors
Ms. Carolyn Nelson
Dr. Pathma Nelson
Mr. Wiraman Niyomphol
Dr. & Mrs. R. Barrett Noone
Mrs. Cecille A. O’Brien
Mr. Wesley S. O’Brien
Ms. Jean O’Brien Visser
Mr. Dennis O’Dea, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Onesti
Dr. & Mrs. Hayler H. Osborn
Mr. & Mrs. James Osborne
Dr. & Mrs. Theodore Oslick
Mr. William Otto, Sr.
Ms. Grace Owusu-Nyantekyi
Mrs. Theresa Palmerio
Ms. Nellie Parker
Ms. Elizabeth Passanante
Ms. Marie Pasternak
Ms. Carmen Perez
Mrs. Geralyn M. Perry
Mrs. Pauline Perry
Ms. Mariane Petolicchio
Ms. Tina Pilkauskas
Mr. & Mrs. Shawn Plumadore
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Pokrywka
Ms. Elizabeth A. Potemski
Mr. Robert L. Pratter
Mrs. Nancy D. Price
Mr. William Price
Mr. Louis Quay
Ms. Patricia Quigley
Dr. John J. Radomile
Ms. Lisa A. Recchiuti
Mr. & Mrs. Egidio Ricci
Mr. & Mrs. George Richardson
Ms. Patricia Robinson
Mr. Ian W. Robinson
Mrs. Joan Rogers
Mrs. Patricia A. Rogers
Mrs. Dorothy G. Rolph
Ms. Antoinette Rosci
Ms. Terri Lynn Rose
Mr. Sidney D. Rosenblatt
Mr. & Mrs. James Ruddell
Mr. & Mrs. John Russell
Ms. Catherine Sadler
Ms. Susan Sambell
Mrs. Jill B. Samberg
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Sandlin
Mrs. Marie F. Sapienza
Mrs. Sandra G. Saunders
Miss Rose Ann Schaller
Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Schattman
Mr. & Mrs. William Schneck
Ms. Agatha M. Scholl
Mrs. G. Lee Schultz
Mr. & Mrs. J. Ronald Schumann
Mr. & Mrs. Paul T. Schwab
Mr. David S. Schwartz
Mr. & Mrs. J. Sanford Schwartz
Mr. Joseph Shevenock, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. David Shiavi
Mrs. Damaris Shiavi-Schaeflein & Mr. Eric Schaeflein
Mr. John Shields
Mr. Herbert Shreeves, Jr.
Ms. Barbara Sicherman
Mr. Joseph Sickora
Ms. Tina Simon
Mr. & Mrs. Lyle T. Sine
Mr. Victor E. Skloff
Mr. Gary P. Smith
Miss Mary J. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. R. S. Kerr Smith
Mr. Robert S. K. Smith, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Story W. Smith
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Souders
Ms. Maria Southard
Mr. Paul Soven
Mr. Gregory Spessard
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Spinogatti
Ms. Marie St. Clair
Ms. Marjorie G. Stein
Ms. Linda T. Stempel
Mr. Richard J. Steven
Mr. & Mrs. Henderson Supplee III
Mr. Anthony Swartz
Dr. & Mrs. William Tasman
Ms. Deborah Thomas
Mr. John A. Thomas
Mr. John R. Thomas, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Thomas
Mr. Bruce G. Toole
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Torell
Ms. Geraldine V. Towson
Mrs. Kathleen Y. Troncelliti
Mr. Stan Trzaska
Ms. Colleen Turrisi
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Van Bernum
Ms. Allison M. Van Turnhout
Dr. George Vermeire
Mr. Peter Virgili
Mr. & Mrs. Brian Viscusi
Mr. & Mrs. Darren Vogelman
Mr. Clyde Volpe
Mrs. Mary Beth Waldron
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Wallace
Ms. Barbara Washington
Mr. Stephen Weitzenhoffer
Ms. Lucille West
Mrs. Joan L. Whartnaby
Mr. Warwick S. Wheeler
Ms. Agnes Williams
Ms. Angelia Williams
Mrs. Mary R. Williams
Mrs. Vivian Williams
Mrs. Edith Willoughby
Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Wilson
Mr. Robert W. Wilson
Ms. Carrie Windless
Mr. Carmine Winters
Mr. Howard Wolcott
Dr. Melvyn A. Wolf
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick R. Wolodzko
Mr. & Mrs. James Wright
Mr. Anthony G. Wright II
Ms. Carolyn L. Wyeth
Mrs. Angela Zager
Ms. Joan A. Zuckerman
LIONS/LIONESS CLUBS
Adelphia Lions Club of Philadelphia
Aston Township Lioness Club
Audubon-Oaks Lions Club
Bensalem Lioness Club
Bensalem Township Lions Club
Bristol Lioness Club
Chalfont Lions Club
Clifton Heights Lions Club
Dublin Lions Club
Hatboro Lions Club
Hatfield Lions Club
Horsham Lions Club
Langhorne Lions Club
Lindley-Olney Lions Club
Marple-Newtown Lions Club
Montco of Norristown Lions Club
Newtown Lions Club
Northampton Township Lions Club
Northeast Philadelphia Lions Club
Oreland Lions Club
PA Lions District 14-A
Philadelphia Filipino–American Lions Club
Philadelphia Law Enforcement Lions Club
Richlandtown Lions
South Philadelphia Lions Club
Springfield Lioness Club
Springfield Lions Club
Whitemarsh Lions Club
Willow Grove Lions Club
ASSOCIATIONS, BUSINESSES, CORPORATIONS AND
COMMUNITY GROUPS
The Addis Group
Allen’s Iron Works
Aqua Charitable Trust
Armstrong, Doyle & Carroll
Arrest-A-Pest
Beatty Lumber & Millwork Company
Beneficial Bank
The/Benevity Community Impact Fund
Cooke & Bieler, L.P.
Daley & Jalboot Architects
DMI Home Supply
Elektro Mechanx, Inc.
Elizabeth Roe Dunning Club
eScrip
F. W. Ward Company, Inc.
Ferguson & McCann
Galantino Supply Company, Inc.
German Society of Pennsylvania–Women’s Auxiliary
Harboc Electrical Supply
Harcum College ECE Department
JD Construction, Inc.
Jefferson Health Services– Main Line Services
Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia
KPMG LLP
Mazer Wholesale, Inc.
Merck Employee Giving Campaign
Metro Elevator
Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association
MusicWorks
Nevilaires Chorus
Novo Nordisk, Inc.
Overbrook Friedlander Programs
Overbrook School for the Blind –Alumni Association
P.E.R.C.
The Pennsylvania Trust Company
Philadelphia Fire Fighters & Paramedic Union
Powers Craft Parker & Beard, Inc.
Quintiliani & DeSalvo
Russell Roofing Company, Inc.
Sanofi
Spring Mill Questers
Unico Media Chapter
DONORS OF GIFTS IN KIND
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bambrick
Ms. Patricia Bauman
Center City Soft Pretzel Company
Civera’s
Epsilon Beta Chapter, Delta Gamma–Bucknell University
Ms. Kristen Galban
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Hill
Mr. Gerald Kitzhoffer
Mrs. Joyce Kleiber
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
Ms. Bobette Leidner
Ludwig’s Village Market & Catering
Mr. & Mrs. John Macko III
Mr. James Maleno
New York Bagel
Pat’s King of Steaks
Ms. Maria Petolicchio
Philly Pretzel Factory
Pica’s Italian Restaurant
Mrs. Bonnie Powell
Primo’s Hoagies
Mr. & Mrs. Dan Rubins
Mrs. Georgia Ruser
Ms. Marlena Ruser
The Pop Shop
Dr. Joe Ryback
Dr. Louis Santore
Tru-Brew Coffee
Ms. Gwen Waltz
Wawa, Inc.
Zitner Candy Corporation
UNITED WAY GIFTS
TO OVERBROOK
Mr. Steve V. Amelang
Mr. Donald L. Andrews
Anonymous
Mr. Michael G. Atwell
Mrs. Elizabeth Bacanskas
Ms. Fredrica Bancroft
Mr. James R. Billman
Mr. Marshall J. Blalock
Mr. John J. Bott
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brody
Ms. Geraldine A. Brooks
Ms. LaChelle Brooks
Mr. Dennis Brookshire
Ms. Victoria Brunswick
Ms. Linda Bucher
Mrs. Sara Buonadonna
Mr. Robert J. Butera
Mr. Praveen Chand
Mr. Andrew Coler
Ms. Kathryn E. Connell
Mr. Greg Critelli
Mrs. Susan DiFabio
Mr. Ernest J. DiFilippo
Ms. Deborah Ditomo
Ms. Jeanne Dougherty
Ms. Margaret Dougerty
Ms. Lynnette K. Evans
Ms. Maryann V. Finnegan
Mr. Henry A. Gladstone
Mr. Rajnish M. Gulati
Mr. Richard Harrison, Jr.
Mr. Oliver Hodges
Mr. Errol W. Isaacs
Ms. Theresa A. Johnson
Ms. Linda Kelly
Mrs. Carlesha Kyle
Ms. Alisa M. Lancaster
Mr. Francis A. Lane
Ms. Kathryn E. Leach
Mr. Alan P. Lilholt
Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Lisiecki
Ms. Saneeka Macon
Ms. Susan McCarrie
Ms. Marianne McCormick
Ms. Jacqueline T. McGrath
Mr. Hugh B. McHugh
Ms. Dawn A. Maknys
Mr. Richard M. Mascitti
Mr. Shaun R. Mason
Mr. Gregory Mattison
Mrs. Barbara L. Mehl
Mr. Frank R. Moore, Jr.
Mr. Kevin Morrison
Ms. Paulette Myers
Mr. Zachary L. Nachsin
Ms. Patricia A. Nelson
Mr. Andrew Nusbickel
Mr. Dennis M. O’Dea
Ms. Alberta Paden
Mr. Michael Parzanese
Mr. Richard Perry
Mr. Robert M. Procknow
Mr. Charles P. Rioboli
Ms. Annette Rodriguez
Mr. Luciano Russo
Mr. Thomas Sandlin
Mrs. Sandra G. Saunders
Mrs. Maria Schwab
Ms. Donna M. Sebastian
Mr. Robert S. K. Smith, Jr.
Ms. Marjorie G. Stein
Mrs. Donna B. Sutherland
Mr. John A. Thomas
Ms. Shirlene Walthour
Ms. Molly Watson
Mr. John J. Wenke, Jr.
Ms. Colleen A. Westenberger
Ms. Angelia P. Williams
Ms. Mary R. Williams
Ms. Tara L. Wingate
Mr. Mayer Wolf
Mr. Jeffrey D. Zamrin
UNITED WAY
ORGANIZATIONS
Heart of West Michigan United Way
Philadelphia Combined Federal Campaign
United Way of Camden County
United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut
United Way of Chester County
United Way of Delaware (State)
United Way of Gloucester County
United Way of Greater Philadelphia & Southern New Jersey
United Way of Rhode Island
United Way of the Greater Triangle
United Way of Tri State
United Way of Wyoming Valley
ESCRIP SUPPORTERS
Ms. Alyssa Bailkin
Ms. Sharnell Babbs
Ms. Anita Carrington
Ms. Anne Didomenico
Ms. Judith Elliott
Ms. Grisel Gonzalez
Ms. Kathy Kern
Mr. and Mrs. David Kuchinos
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leach
Ms. Kristine Marsh
FOUNDATIONS
Aetna Foundation, Inc.
Aqua Charitable Trust
The Beneficial Charitable Foundation
CIGNA Foundation
William B. Dietrich Foundation
Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation
Harriet G. Fredericks Foundation
GlaxoSmithKline Foundation
Kent-Lucas Foundation, Inc.
Eli Lilly and Company Foundation, Inc.
Lincoln Financial Foundation
Samuel P. Mandell Foundation
The Nippon Foundation
Philadelphia Foundation
Prudential Foundation
Renzulli Family Foundation
Jessie G. Roman Charitable Trust
The Scholler Foundation
W. Percy Simpson Trust
The Sunoco Foundation
Ware Blue Grass Foundation, Inc.
TRUSTS
Cassandra Borden Trust
Ella B. Cummings Trust
Elon Dunbar Trust
Jesse and James Edward Trust
Haney Foundation Trust
Harry and Ada Walbert Trust
Joseph Lapsley Wilson Trust
John Snyder Trust
Kate Worley Trust
MEMORIALS
In Memory of Linda Adacusky
Ms. Helene Marano
In Memory of Bill Albany
Mr. & Mrs. Fred Mignogna
In Memory of Vincent Barrilli
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Calvin Beebe
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Lucy Boyle
Ms. Helene Marano
Mr. John A. Thomas
In Memory of Lucy & John Boyle
Mr. Cornelius W. Curran
In Memory of Tommy Bradley
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
In Memory of Marie Brennan
Mr. William Brennan
In Memory of Fred & Sophie Brookshire
Mr. Dennis Brookshire
In Memory of J. M. Brookshire
Mr. Dennis Brookshire
In Memory of Catherine Browne
Ms. Kathleen Browne
In Memory of Evelyn Caggiano
Mr. Dennis Brookshire
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
In Memory of Tom Calvecchio
Mrs. Susan Calvecchio & Children
In Memory of Connie Canaries
Ms. Patricia Bonner
Ms. Maryann B. Flack
In Memory of Jack Canavan
Mrs. Cathy D’Orazio & Family
In Memory of Annemarie Cardonick
Ms. Patricia Bonner
Mr. & Mrs. William Brownlow
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Clark, Sr.
Ms. Frances M. Dimeler
Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Gehron
Mr. Michael P. Hanifin
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Kane
Mr. & Mrs. William D. Maimone
Mrs. Helen R. Marcarelli
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
Mr. Louis W. Millis
Ms. Mary H. Roth
Mr. & Mrs. Alan Rudick
In Memory of Carmen & Edith Castellucci
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Kitzhoffer
In Memory of Dorothy Cespino
Mrs. Joan DiMarzio
In Memory of Cathy Chase
Ms. Patricia Bonner
In Memory of Donna Childs
Ms. Patricia Bonner
Ms. Sheila Brown
Mr. Hiram Castro
Mr. Isaiah Coleman
Mr. Stephen DeAngelis
Mr. Michael DeLone
Mrs. Patricia DiSantis
Ms. Denise Falcone
Ms. Kidan Gebremariam
Ms. Rosa Gil
Mrs. Anna Maria Giuffrida
Ms. Carolyn Hall
Mrs. Donna McClellan
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
Mrs. Roseann Morrison
Ms. Donna Rossillio
Ms. Cathy Sadler
In Memory of Deborah Clark
Ms. Michele Rhodes
In Memory of Judy Clearfield
Ms. Michele Miller
In Memory of Charles Clifton
Mr. and Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Mrs. Colucci
Mrs. Jean Mignogna
In Memory of Anna Costantini
Mr. Dennis Strong
In Memory of Richard Czerwinski
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
In Memory of Lucy DAmico
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Glenn
In Memory of Gregory DeSimone
Ms. Theresa Savino
In Memory of Glenn Dickson
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Anthony P. DiSantis, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Louis DiSantis
In Memory of Cecelia Drzewiecki
Mr. & Mrs. Everette C.
Slusher, Jr.
In Memory of Christopher J. Flack
Mr. Dennis Brookshire
In Memory of Christopher & Walter Flack
Ms. Maryann Flack & Family
In Memory of Rosalinda Fidler
Mr. Richard Fidler
In Memory of Edward Morris Ford, Jr.
Mr. Ernie B. Foster
In Memory of James Gallagher
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Keen
In Memory of Amelia Ghisw
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
Mrs. Joan DiMarzio
In Memory of Ralph Grassia
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Keen
In Memory of Barbara Groff
Mr. Mark Buddy Groff
Mrs. Eileen Young
In Memory of Anthony Hearn, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Cole
Ms. Jennifer A. Cooney
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent S. Durso
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Forward
Mrs. Marion A. Gallagher
Ms. Teresa Mulligan
Mr. Henry Phelan
Mr. Howard Reid & Ms. Jennifer L. Edwards
Ms. Isabel S. Rocha
In Memory of Richard E. Heffner
Thomas, Joann & Kimberly Vought
In Memory of James Hering
Ms. Patricia Bonner
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
In Memory of Mary Hitchcock
Bill & Harry Hitchcock & Family
In Memory of JoJo & Emma Iovannicci
Ms. Maria Southard
In Memory of Frank Janits
Ms. Patricia Bonner
Ms. Maryann B. Flack
From The Grandchildren
In Memory of Frank Janoski, Sr.
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Marie Karras
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Migatz, Sr.
In Memory of Christopher Kelly
Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Hake
In Memory of Elizabeth Kirk
Ms. Patricia Bonner & Mr. Patrick Strain
Ms. Maryann B. Flack
In Memory of Robert Kislow III
Ms. Patricia Bonner & Mr. Patrick Strain
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
In Memory of John & Margaret Kitzhoffer
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kitzhoffer
In Memory of Stanley Krupinski
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Acchione
In Memory of Jack Lavorgna
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Norina Lelii
Ms. Patricia Bonner
In Memory of Joseph Linker
Mr. & Mrs. Bernard Krapcha
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard Krapcha
Mrs. Nancy B. Reid
In Memory of Thomas M. Lund
Mrs. Ruth DiCicco
Mr. & Mrs. Glen R. Krause
Ms. Anne McGovern
Mr. & Mrs. Gerard E. Noe
Mr. William K. Rhoads
Mr. & Mrs. Walter Sargent
In Memory of Charles T. Mansor
Dolores, Michael & Lisa Mansor
In Memory of Roger McCabe
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Mike McClellan
Mrs. Jean Mignogna
In Memory of Evelyn McGunnigle
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Acchione
In Memory of Mickey & Rose McLaughlin
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
In Memory of Edward McNulty
Mrs. Patricia McNulty
In Memory of Eleanor Maglio
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Erma Martinelli
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Keen
In Memory of Kathleen Moccio
Mr. Guido Moccio
In Memory of Thomas Morris
Ms. Elizabeth M. Trout
In Memory of Ted Mucellin
Ms. Beverly Sherman
In Memory of M. Christine Murphy
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond G. Beamesderfer
In Memory of Alfred Musumeci
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Schwab
In Memory of Bruce Nelson
Michele, Allan & Marlene Miller
In Memory of Joseph Novelli
Mrs. Patricia McNulty
In Memory of Helen Pace
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kuhn
In Memory of Sabina Palazzo
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Stephen Pedano
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Keen
In Memory of Peter Pirolli
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of John Reed
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Acchione
In Memory of Joseph & Maryann Reilly
Ms. Shannon Reilly
In Memory of Claire Ricker
Overbrook School for the Blind —Therapy/O & M Department
In Memory of Harry Rieger
Mrs. Joan DiMarzio
In Memory of Nancy Rosenfeld
Friends from Beth Israel
In Memory of Fred Sabatino
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Acchione
Mrs. Joan DiMarzio
In Memory of Shirley Schreiber
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Migatz
In Memory of William Schultz
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schultz
In Memory of Grace Sinatra
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Michael Smith
Ms. Patricia Bonner & Mr. Patrick Strain
Ms. Sandy Dobrowski
Mrs. Emma Fala
Dr. Bernadette M. Kappen
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
In Memory of Grace Speakman
Ms. Patricia Bonner
Mrs. Joan Kuchinos
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
Ms. Claudia Monzo
In Memory of Grace & Elwood Speakman
Lauri & Vince Leonard
In Memory of Bernadette Trahan
Ms. Roseann McLaughlin
In Memory of Jeanne Trowill
Ms. Patricia Bonner
In Memory of Theodore Tucholski
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Keen
In Memory of Jacqueline Valenzano
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Acchione
In Memory of Carolyn Vehslage
Mr. & Mrs. Ben Acchione
In Memory of Robert Vetra
Mr. Steven DeLair
In Memory of Catherine Vogler
Mr. & Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
In Memory of Michelle Weiner
Ms. Michele Miller
In Memory of Ronald T. Windham, Sr.
Overbrook Security Department
In Memory of Betty Worthington
Mr. Edward Fedush
Ms. Lucille K. Roberts
In Memory of Eileen Zienkiewicz
Mr. &w Mrs. Frank DeAngelis
[There are multiple photos in this section. There is a photo of a small male
Elementary student wearing an Eagles jersey in front of a walker outside on
the track. A male teacher is behind him helping to guide him.]
[There is a photo of two students playing the floor game, Twister.]
[There is a photo of a female student sitting on the ground putting on roller
skates.]
[There is a photo of the Prom King and Queen with a royal crown on each of
their heads.]
[There is a photo of a small male Elementary student wearing a red cap and
gown and clapping to music.]
[There is a photo of a male high school student athlete laying on his right
side with his arms stretched above him while playing goalball.]
[There is a photo of a male instructor wearing a baseball hat sitting with a
group of young students.]
[There is a photo of a male high school student athlete throwing a ball.]
[There is a photo of two male students in the Kappen Aquatic Center giving
the “okay” and “peace” sign with their fingers.]
[There is a photo of several small children outside enjoying the games that
are part of Fun Day.]
Gifts to the School
Overbrook School for the Blind is a private, non-profit educational
organization that qualifies for tax-exempt contributions. There are many
ways for individuals,
organizations, and corporations to support the school and its programs,
including:
• A gift of cash made either directly or designated to
the school through other agencies, such as the United Way or the Combined
Federal Campaign. Overbrook’s number with the United Way of
Southeastern Pennsylvania is 00816
• A gift of cash, if made by an individual, may also qualify for a matching
gift from the donor’s employer
• A gift in memory of a relative or a friend
• In-kind gifts of services, goods, equipment, or property
• A gift of appreciated securities or real estate, outright
or deferred
• A gift of a life insurance policy, designating the school
as beneficiary
• A charitable gift annuity, which in addition to helping the school, provides
the donor or a designee with a regular stream of income
• A gift by will. Those who wish to make a personal bequest to the school
may use the following language:
“I hereby give, devise, and bequeath to Overbrook
School for the Blind, a corporation duly organized and existing under the
laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the sum of ___ dollars
($___). I direct
that this sum be applied to the general uses and purposes of the corporation
under the direction of its Board of Managers.”
For additional information about methods of giving and other ways of
supporting the school, please visit the support section of www.obs.org or
contact:
Development Office
Overbrook School for the Blind
6333 Malvern Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19151
Tel: 215.877.0313, ext. 264
Fax: 215.689.0401
E-mail: [email protected]
[There is a photo of the Rotunda building at sundown.]
BOARD OF MANAGERS
President
Warwick S. Wheeler
Vice Presidents
Robert D’Anjolell
Robert B. Gallant
J. Freedley Hunsicker, Jr., Esq.
Marjorie G. Stein
Treasurer
F. Howard Braithwaite
Secretary
Elizabeth (Pooh) Gephart
Alumni Representative
Elizabeth Passanante
Parent Representative
John P. Dougherty
Members
Joseph T. Doyle, Jr.
Carolyn Friedman
Peggy Garrett
John Goldschmidt, Jr.
Andrea Johnson
Vince McVeigh
Robert Pratter
Sid Rosenblatt
David Ross, Ed.D.
George Vermeire, D.O.
Executive Director
Gerald Kitzhoffer
MISSION
The mission of Overbrook School for the Blind is to develop and deliver
education that enhances the options available for persons with visual
impairments and other challenges so that they have the greatest opportunity
to experience active and fulfilling lives.
VISION
The vision of Overbrook School for the Blind is to be a dynamic and
responsive educational organization, providing leadership as a local,
national, and international resource, inspiring individuals with visual
impairments and other
challenges to achieve their highest potential.
[The back cover has five photos across it. They are: a male parent crouches
down next to his daughter who is sitting in a wheelchair; a male high school
student working on a bracelet; a male high school student wrestler in red and
black uniform; a father and son with a green ball; and a female high school
student smiling back at the camera.]
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