Meet Our Donors

Tony Zengaro ’63Tony Zengaro ‘63
Paying it Forward

From baseball to accounting to life as a public servant, Tony Zengaro ’63 wants other students to have the same opportunities he had at Seton Hall. Tony has designated Seton Hall as the beneficiary of his retirement savings account that will establish the Tony Zengaro Endowed Pirate Blue Scholarship.  Read more »

Joe Vuono, M.A. ‘70Joe Vuono, M.A. ‘70
A Lifelong Inspiration

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 and to his faith. Read more »

Joseph A. Reilly ’60Joseph A. Reilly ’60
Paying a Debt of Gratitude

Joseph A. Reilly ’60 was attracted to Seton Hall because of its proximity to New York City and the University’s radio station, WSOU. Given Joe’s interest in broadcasting, Seton Hall was the right choice; he spent untold hours at his newfound love WSOU. Read more »

Anthony LeeAnthony Lee '71, M.A. '73, M.L.S., M.A. '80
A Bequest Inspired by a Catalog of Memories

Anthony Lee '71, M.A. '73, M.L.S., M.A. '80 can link every memorable moment of his life at Seton Hall to a personal milestone. Though the much-beloved reference librarian and professor retired in December 2016, his positive impact on campus will continue well into the future thanks to a bequest — an estate gift — he has made to Seton Hall. Read more »

Lucille Flynn, Class of ’83Lucille (O’Connor) Flynn ’83
Extending a Lifelong Relationship

Lucille Flynn ’83 knows how to choose the right university. After more than three decades working in higher education, Flynn advises students that comfort is a key factor. Read more »

Frank and Lillian EilbacherFrank Eilbacher '50
A values-based success story

Frank Eilbacher '50 had supported Seton Hall for much of his life, including gifts to the annual fund and by attending athletic and cultural events. This generosity, he explained, was a token of appreciation for the intellectual, moral and religious development he received as a student. Read more »

Dr. John DeVoy '55, D.D.S.John DeVoy '55, D.D.S.
Ensuring the education of tomorrow’s seminarians

Safeguarding the future of the priesthood was a passion for John DeVoy ’55, D.D.S. The oral surgeon and part-time anatomy professor regularly supported the Immaculate Conception Seminary School of Theology. Read more »

Richard E. MahmarianRichard E. Mahmarian M.B.A. ’68
Upholding Seton Hall's legacy of access

Richard E. Mahmarian M.B.A. ’68 grew up in Belleville, N.J., the son of immigrant parents who understood that an education was essential for achieving prosperity in their adopted country. Read more »

Meet Ruth MorganRuth Morgan
No longer teaching, but still helping students

Thomas J. Morgan '66 was a man of many interests, from running marathons to deep-sea fishing. His greatest pursuit, however, was teaching English at Lincoln High School in Jersey City, N.J. His partner in this adventure was his wife, Ruth, another member of the English faculty. Read more »

George MehmGeorge Mehm ’77/M.B.A. ’80
Honoring his family by helping others

The first person in his family to attend college, George Mehm ’77/M.B.A. ’80 took his love of learning to Seton Hall, where he earned a B.A. in political science and an M.B.A. in finance. Today he serves on the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies Board of Advisors in the Stillman School of Business. To help continue this upward trajectory, he established a bequest to create the Mehm and Kriz Family Endowed Scholarship Fund. Read more »