Joe Vuono, M.A. ‘70

A Lifelong Inspiration

Joe Vuono, M.A. ‘70

Joe Vuono’s parents were hardworking Italian immigrants devoted to their Catholic faith. They made countless personal sacrifices to afford a college education for Joe M.A. ’70 and his sister. And their example led Joe to a life of service — to his community, as an educator and school administrator, and to his faith, as reflected in his tireless efforts on behalf of the Archdiocese of Venice, Florida.

Like many others who value Seton Hall’s ideals and who appreciate the practical skills they received at the University, Joe has chosen to give back. He has included a commitment in his will to establish the Angelo and Josephine Vuono Endowed Scholarship. His gift honors the memory of his parents, who were successful small-business owners and served as lifelong inspirations to him. Joe’s scholarship will benefit students with financial needs who are pursuing a certificate in Entrepreneurial Studies from the Stillman School of Business.

At a Glance: Bequests

  • Charitable bequests are made by naming Seton Hall as a beneficiary in your will or living trust. This type of gift does not affect your cash flow.
  • Your assets remain in your control during your lifetime. You can modify your gift at any time should circumstances change.
  • You can direct your gift to the area of Seton Hall’s mission that is most meaningful to you.
  • We can provide you with model bequest language and will work with you on the details.