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University’s Service of Commemoration to Be Held Virtually on March 16
Syracuse University will hold its fourth Service of Commemoration—honoring students, faculty, staff, retirees and trustees of Syracuse University and the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (SUNY-ESF) who passed during the period of Jan. 1, 2019, to the present—with a virtual ceremony on Tuesday, March 16, at 7 p.m. ET.
Due to COVID-19 and ongoing guidelines to promote health and safety, the 2021 ceremony will be offered entirely through Zoom. All are welcome to attend and honor the important contributions of respected members of the University community. Please register online on the Hendricks Chapel website. For more information about the service, contact Hendricks Chapel at email@example.com or 315.443.2901.
The names of those who have passed away will be read and candles will be lit collectively in their memory. Remarks will be offered by Chancellor Kent Syverud, SUNY-ESF President Joanie Mahoney and others. The service will also include prayer and music by the Hendricks Chapel Choir, led by director Peppie Calvar. Communication Access Real-Time Translation and American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be available.
The service is inspired by the Remembrance Scholars’ motto of “Look Back, Act Forward,” a call to action to remember those we have lost and act forward in their memory.
“The Service of Commemoration not only provides us with a moment to honor those who have recently passed away, but in light of the ongoing global pandemic, we also view this particular ceremony as an opportunity to acknowledge all those who grieve—both near and far—and are in need of our shared support,” says Hendricks Chapel Dean Brian Konkol. “We hope this time of pause and prayer will nurture the spirit and soul of our campus community and beyond.”
Those who will be honored at this year’s ceremony are:
Syracuse University Faculty/Staff/Retirees/Trustees/Friends (2019 to present)
Bruce Abbey, Clayton Allen, Joseph Antonuccio, Nicolae Babuts, J. Patrick Barrett, Jane Battaglia, Louann Beavers, Barbra Boatwright, G. Matthew Bonham, Margaret Bowser, Michael Brandt, Lorraine Branham, Michelle Brisson, Mary Ellen Brzozowski, Anne Brzuszkiewicz, John Burdick, Barbara Burrows, Margaret Charters, Sherman Chottiner, Cynthia Clark, Felix Cochren, Peter Compeau, George Comstock, Robert Congel, Nicoletta Cosgrove, Clarice Crawford, Olga Czerepin, Barbara Decker, Joseph Delaney, Marjorie (Ruth) Deuel, Wynetta Devore, Carrie Dischiave, Darshan Singh Dosanjh, Jerome Duda, Thomas Emery, Basil Fabbioli, Tim Featherstone, James Feuerstein, Bernice Fisk, David Flaum, Mary Ann Fraser, E. Bruce Fredrikson, Robert Frendak, Alexander Friedman, Annette Fuligni, Andre Gallois, Charles Gates, Frederick German, Joshua Goldberg, Carol Green, Cynthia Gridley, Barbara Harris, Kathleen Hartelius, William Headlee, Peter Herzog, Edward Ihle, Richard Ingersoll, Jerry Jacobs, Joseph Julian, Harvey Kaiser, Kathleen Kelly, Stephen Kramer, Richard (Dick) Lacy, Paul Lance, Bridget Lawson, Victor Joe Lazarow, Sid Lerner, Lowell Lingo, Donal Little, Floyd Little, Frederic Lyman, Sabine Mahunik, David Marc, C. Marshall Matlock, Joann K. May, Mary Ann McClanahan, Suzanne McDougal, Josy McGinn, Donald Meinig, William Meyer, John Miller, William Moon, Ann Mooney, Mildred Moreland, Robert Newman Jr., Mary O’Brien, Mary Lou Ogletree, Mohamed Onsi, Ardean Orr, Thomas O’Shea, Thomas Pastorello, Julius Pericola, Mary Perta, Evangeline (Angie) Petrarca, Frederick Phelps, Richard (Eric) Posenauer, David Potter, Felicia Proud, Joyce Puchalski, Charles Rauhe, Wilhelmina Reuben-Cooke, Joan Roberts, Paul Rohadfox, Joan Sacco, Tara Schroer, Jane Spingler, Mary Ann Stevener, Joel Stinson, Lloyd Swanson, Sherri Taylor, Hailu Tefferi, Constance Timberlake, Gary Trento, Joseph VanBeveren, Thomas Vedder, Richard Vook, Molly Clark Voorheis, Scott Watson, Thomas Walsh, Evan Weissman, David Wilemon, Robert Wolfson, Ruth Livingston Wynn, Ruth Ziemer, Elizabeth Zimba
Syracuse University Students (2019 to present)
Armand Ahishakiye, Noah Buntain, Charisse Calaquian, Will Georges, Allan Gonzalez, Brianna Herrera, Ryan Kolenovic, John (Jack) Lundin, David Moran, Zaiden Geraige Neto, David Moran, Margaret Petri, Trevor Daley Pierce, Laura Rodriguez, Helena Kibasumba Sekarore, Clément Sutter
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Faculty, Staff, Emeriti and Retirees (2019 to present)
Scott Becksted, Robert Chambers, Phillip Craul, Thomas Petrie, Guy Pirolla, William Porter, Norm Richards, Scott Saroff, Lorraine Scoville, Johannes Smid, Robert Werner, William T. Winter
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Students (2019 to present)
Matthew Crovella (ESF affiliated), Jared Fearby, David Lang, Beth Ann Newkirk
If you know of someone who passed away between Jan. 1, 2019, and the present who is not listed above, please forward his or her name and affiliation to Hendricks Chapel at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, March 10.