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Welcome to the 2015-16 Report to the Community 

Each year, JCC and the JCC Foundation release a Report to the Community, designed to keep members of the communities we serve up-to-date on the state of the college and its foundation. The Report to the Community recognizes those donors who have supported JCC and its students through generous gifts to the JCC Foundation and the annual campaign for JCC.

Letter from the President

Cory DuckworthI am gratified beyond measure for the tremendous level of support our donors and supporters have provided for the benefit of Jamestown Community College. Donations come in all shapes and sizes, and every one of them has great significance. Heartfelt thanks goes out to all who have participated in our resource development efforts over the last year and beyond.

Clearly, JCC is a precious community asset – one that is worthy of support on every level. Our critical mission is to help meet essential educational needs that elevate life circumstances, enhance community perspectives, and encourage individuals to achieve their greatest personal and professional potential. Full success in these endeavors is significantly dependent upon the members of the community we serve. It is remarkable that, despite a less than robust economy, so many people, foundations, and corporations have sacrificed to help the college continue moving forward.

This year’s donations have helped to provide scholarships to deserving students who may not otherwise have the opportunity to achieve their college dreams. They have also provided much needed technology and state-of-the-art equipment that will ensure that the college’s educational programs remain on the cutting edge of our fast-paced economy. Contributions to our growing internship programs and capital facility needs have also been a tremendous highlight for the year.

This type of support helps to ensure that JCC will remain a strong and productive contributor to the success of the southern tier of western New York for many years to come. To this end, we look forward to providing new programs and energetically engaging partnerships that will accelerate the educational, artistic, and professional opportunities available to all within our reach.

Once again, thank you for making JCC a part of your generous philanthropic efforts this year!

Very truly yours,
Cory L. Duckworth, J.D.

The Annual Campaign for JCC

Every dollar committed to the Annual Campaign for JCC is both an economic and a human investment.

Our promise to our students is to connect them to their goals by providing challenging educational experiences in a caring environment.

Our promise to our community is to enhance quality of life and opportunity through the best stewardship of an invaluable community resource – affordable access to higher education.

A gift in support of the JCC Foundation helps fulfill our promise to provide extraordinary opportunities and extraordinary outcomes for students. The generous support of the JCC family, our alumni, friends, and community members sustain and enable these continuing opportunities.

Major Giving: By the Numbers

$45,000 Carnahan-Jackson Foundation (paid internships)

The Carnahan-Jackson Foundation contributed $45,000 toward supporting paid internships, a key aspect of the JCC vision.gift allows JCC to provide credit-bearing internships that enable students to apply what they have learned in the classroom and labs to real world situations. These opportunities help students gain valuable experience that can be documented on a college transcript and resume. The impact that JCC’s interns have on area employers is significant, Each internship engages both a student and an employer as well as a faculty member whose expertise in his/her discipline shapes the expectations for the internship, often bringing the latest developments in the field to the partnerships.

$150,000 CUTCO Foundation (three-year pledge for MTI workforce development scholarships)

With the opening of the MTI facility on the Cattaraugus County Campus, there is a significant need for financial resources to support the growing number of students pursuing degrees in the manufacturing field. The CUTCO Foundation pledged $150,000 toward scholarships to support students studying in the programs offered in the new facility. The scholarships play a vital role in increasing access for students who may not otherwise be able to afford a college degree.

$128,333 Hultquist Foundation (remodeling of Jamestown Campus food service area)

The renovated space was celebrated in September 2016.

$60,000 Johnson Foundation (paid internships/social media marketing)

JCC has become a leader in training individuals and organizations on social media and marketing.the past few years, the Small Business Development Corporation on JCC’s Jamestown Campus has used JCC faculty to teach aspects of social media marketing.Mullinax, coordinator of JCC’s communication degree program, initiated a successful social media marketing internship program. The program places JCC students who have developed significant expertise in social media marketing in local businesses to enhance the organization’s existing marketing plan. The Johnson Foundation grant supports 50% of the cost of the paid internships.

$310,000 Various Donors (Cattaraugus County Campus workforce development scholarships and capital match)

Several donors are supporting the new MTI facility and its programs on the Cattaraugus County Campus. The combined donations provide $207,500 toward workforce development scholarships as well as $102,500 toward meeting the required capital match goal.

Workforce Development Scholarship:                     
BWB                                                                          
CUTCO Foundation, Inc.                                         
Fitzpatrick & Weller                                                   
Keystone Tool & Die                                                 
Mazza Mechanical Services Inc.
Olean Area Federal Credit Union
SolEpoxy

Capital:
Dresser-Rand Co.
Eaton/Cooper Power Systems
Napoleon Engineering Services
Total Piping Solutions

$125,000 Various Donors (Jamestown Campus workforce development scholarships and capital match)

Donations supporting the expanded MTI facility in Jamestown include $15,000 toward workforce development scholarships as well as $110,000 toward meeting the required capital match goal.

Workforce Development Scholarship:                     
Cummins, Inc.                                                           
Jamestown Mattress Co., Inc.  
                                   
Capital:
Jessie Smith Darrah Fund
The Lenna Foundation

An Economic Catalyst: JCC’s Manufacturing Technology Institute

A standing room only audience greeted state Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul in September as she joined other government and business leaders in opening the $6.4 million Manufacturing Technology Institute on the Cattaraugus County Campus.

The 20,000-square foot facility is expected to serve as an economic catalyst for manufacturing and industry in the region by educating students in advanced manufacturing programs and processes. Like its counterpart on the Jamestown Campus, MTI Olean features specialized training space for machining and other industrial skills as well as light duty labs, a computer-aided design lab, and makerspaces.

student welds metalFunding for construction of the facility was provided through the State University of New York’s SUNY 2020 program, Empire State Development’s Regional Economic Development Corporation (REDC), the SUNY capital facilities division, and the Cattaraugus County Legislature, one of JCC’s regional sponsors. The Cattaraugus County Legislature also appropriated $500,000 toward construction of the facility.

Several businesses and corporations, including Buffamante Whipple Buttafaro, CUTCO Foundation, Inc., Dresser-Rand Co., Eaton/Cooper Power Systems, Fitzpatrick & Weller, Keystone Tool & Die, Mazza Mechanical Services, Inc., Napoleon Engineering Services, Olean Area Federal Credit Union, and SolEpoxy, have pledged $300,000 to provide scholarship funding for eligible students enrolled in MTI-related programs.

CUTCO Corp. and Dresser-Rand Co. also contributed to capital construction costs for the Olean MTI.

As part of a commitment to the Retooling the Southern Tier initiative funded through a competitive NYSUNY 2020 challenge grant from New York state and SUNY, JCC has enhanced its credit and non-credit course offerings to train skilled workers for Olean area manufacturers.

The $15 million grant, secured through a collaboration among Alfred State College, Broome Community College, Corning Community College, and JCC, is focused on stimulating the Southern Tier economy through the local manufacturing base. JCC’s share of the grant totaled $5 million.

“The advanced manufacturing and technical post-secondary educational programs offered at MTI contribute to the development of our local economy by bridging the demand and supply gap with highly skilled graduates,” notes John Sayegh, vice president of the Cattaraugus County Campus, continuing education, and external partnerships. “Students have the opportunity to take marketable skills from the classroom directly into manufacturing sectors.” 

Currently, welding technology, CAD/CNC, and machine tool technology courses are offered at the Olean MTI. Besides machining tools, the hands-on experience students can develop with techniques such as 3-D printing will enhance their competitive edge, Sayegh adds.

“Our MTIs offer high school graduates, non-traditional students, and long-term unemployed and displaced workers job readiness training programs with the appropriate equipment and technology,” says Sayegh. “We’re delighted students in Olean can now enjoy the quality programming that has been a hallmark at the Jamestown MTI for several years.”

Physical space refinements and equipment enhancements in the Jamestown MTI are welcome news to instructors who teach in the CAD/CNC, machine tool technology, welding technology, industrial equipment technology, and mechanical technology programs.

The new classroom spaces enable instructors to teach CNC, manual machining, and welding courses simultaneously. The facility also features two makerspaces.

New equipment, including a Lincoln Power Wave S350 welder, supplement an array of machinery that JCC has but which many manufacturing companies no longer provide on-site. The S350 monitors the student welder for performance and quality issues, grades a weld score, and provides a new avenue for instruction, according to Brent Harkness, welding technology coordinator.president leads ribbon cutting ceremony

The Jamestown MTI, which opened in 2003, underwent a $3.6 million expansion during summer and fall 2016 to accommodate additional classrooms, makerspaces, and new equipment, including an updated 3-D printer. The Lenna Foundation and Jessie Smith Darrah Fund contributed funds to the capital construction project.

Adaptability has been key to planning equipment purchases and course development at the MTI locations.

“Relevant academic programs and non-credit training offerings reinforce JCC’s commitment to provide a quality education and prepare individuals for the workforce,” Sayegh emphasizes.

“We are determined that the MTIs will continue to support regional workforce development efforts while strengthening JCC’s strong relationships with area employers to address both incoming and incumbent employee skills.”

What is a Makerspace?

It can be a workbench. A kitchen counter.

A garage. A field. A studio. Any place that allows one to tinker and explore the creation of a product or process through ideas and materials.

JCC’s MTI facilities in Jamestown and Olean will offer makerspaces in which hands-on creativity is encouraged. Students work in a peer-to-peer setting using tools, resources, and the expertise of JCC faculty and other students to make a concept into a product.

During the past decade, the development of makerspaces in higher education has helped inspire inventiveness and collaboration, especially in advanced manufacturing. Consequently, students are better prepared to take their educational experience into the workplace.

Entrepreneurial and critical thinking skills – combined with hands-on experience – are encouraged, especially among science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) students. In the MTI makerspace environment, self-confidence can also build on students’ creative and technical skills.

“We also hope local industrial entrepreneurs who may not have the funds to equip a full shop can partner with JCC’s advanced manufacturing faculty and students to develop prototypes,” notes John Sayegh, vice president of the Cattaraugus County Campus, continuing education, and community partnerships.

Both MTIs are also developing plans to host STEM programs for middle school students to introduce them to aspects of manufacturing.

The community aspect of area manufacturers working alongside students and faculty to explore – in a setting that contains necessary tools – is the driving force in successful makerspaces.

“JCC has all the requisites for a great makerspace,” Sayegh adds. “An environment dedicated to creativity, support from regional manufacturers, and academic programs that inspire students to learn while doing. It’s a tremendous opportunity for us all.”

Bringing The Visual Wow To A Well-Used Space

After serving generations of students for much of the college’s history, the cafeteria on the Jamestown Campus has undergone a complete redesign to improve customer experience.

Renovations began in summer 2015 with the installation of upgraded refrigeration and oven equipment. Repairs and infrastructure improvements were also made to the kitchen, an area that had not been updated in several decades.

The summer 2015 renovations created a state-of-the art kitchen area which was very necessary, but largely unseen, noted Eileen Goodling, vice president of student development and chief diversity officer. “The 2016 upgrade to the dining area now offers the JCC community a visual `wow’ to the space.”mascot and executive board stand together at cafeteria renovations grand opening

The dining area is one component of the campus’ Student Union facility, adding to a common area that allows students, faculty, and staff a community space to meet, converse and, share meals.

The former cafeteria space and an adjacent area were redesigned into an open concept floor plan that features more seating as well as additional computer stations for student use. New lighting, digital menu boards, and furniture complement the integrated space.

The $2 million project included funding from state and county sources as well as the Hultquist Foundation.

“This project has been a true partnership among many internal and external JCC constituencies for the two years,” Dr. Goodling notes. “The resulting attractive space, modernized furniture, and updated technology are truly experienced best by speaking to JCC students who are enjoying the new dining area.”

Foundation Honors Johnson, Price, Community Partners

The JCC Foundation honored Joseph C. Johnson, Samuel Price Jr., and several community partner organizations during its annual recognition event in October 2015.

Johnson and Price were the recipients of the foundation’s John D. Hamilton Award, which was established in 1995 to recognize individuals whose contributions exemplify those of Hamilton, a past president and trustee emeritus of JCC.

As a member of JCC’s board of trustees from 1993 to 2010, Price served on a presidential search committee and provided guidance to the college during its period of financial exigency. As chair of the board of trustees from 1998 to 2003, Price advocated for and participated in negotiations for the expansion of JCC’s Cattaraugus County Campus.

Price also participated in the development of residence halls and Science Center on JCC’s Jamestown Campus. In his service to the JCC Foundation from 1998 to 2003, Price helped address the funding needs of the USA Scholarship Program.

Johnson’s association with JCC spans five decades. In the 1970s, as finance director for the city of Jamestown, JCC’s sponsoring organization at that time, Johnson negotiated financing for the Physical Education Complex and Hultquist Library construction projects on the Jamestown Campus.

From 1985 to 1992 Johnson served as a gubernatorial appointee to the JCC board of trustees. From 1998 through 2009 he was a member of the JCC Foundation board of directors, serving on the finance committee, as vice president, and as board award recipients at foundation dinnerpresident. He was involved in the development of the Science Center.

Both Price and Johnson also have extensive histories of volunteer community involvement.

Receiving the foundation’s Community Partner Award were WCA Hospital, the Jessie Smith Darrah Fund, Lenna Foundation, and Johnson Foundation.

The Community Partner Award recognizes the vital roles of organizations that work collaboratively with JCC to provide educational, social, cultural, and civic enrichment for the area. WCA Hospital was recognized for its long-time relationship with JCC’s nursing program. The Jessie Smith Darrah Fund and Lenna Foundation were recognized for their past and current support of JCC scholarships, programs, and capital projects. The Lenna Foundation ranks seventh and the Jessie Smith Darrah Fund ranks ninth on the list of all-time leading donors to the JCC Foundation.

The Johnson Foundation received special recognition for establishing a $1 million scholarship fund at JCC for nursing and other health-related program students from Chautauqua County.

Roll of Donors

To learn more about how the Jamestown Community College Foundation recognizes its donors, click here

Lifetime Giving Societies recognize outstanding cumulative giving; that is, the overall sum of a donor’s gifts to the Jamestown Community College Foundation. These societies encourage donors to build their level of support through the years. The JCC Foundation is deeply appreciative of the central role these donors have played in the founding, growth, and ongoing success of the college.

The Founder's Society ($750,000+)
Mr. John E. Anderson
Carnahan-Jackson Foundation
Gebbie Foundation, Inc.
Holmberg Foundation, Inc.
Hultquist Foundation, Inc.
Johnson Foundation
The Lenna Foundation
Ralph C. Sheldon Foundation, Inc.

The Trustee's Society ($500,000-$749,999)
Cutco Foundation
Cutco Corporation, Inc.
Mr. & Mrs. Erick Laine

Chairman's Society ($250,000-$499,999)
Dresser Rand Company
Katherine E. Ganz†
Jessie Smith Darrah Fund
William A. & Ruth Benson Walrod†
Stanley A. & Sarita Hopkins Weeks†
Robert Maytum, Sr.†

The President's Society ($100,000-$249,999)
Dexter Corporation Foundation, Inc.
Mrs. Winifred S. Dibert†
Glenn A. Miller†
Jamestown Community College
Lake Shore Savings Bank
Louis Magnano†
Patricia Magnano
Manley Memorial Trust
Clara Savaree†
Winifred S. Crawford Dibert Foundation

† indicates deceased members

Annual Giving Circles
Annual Giving Circles recognize donors who give to the JCC Foundation each year. These loyal supporters of Jamestown Community College renew their support each year by making annual restricted or unrestricted gifts through “The Annual Campaign for JCC” during the college’s fiscal year (September 1 to August 30).

Founder's Circle ($50,000-$99,999)
Carnahan Jackson Foundation
Dresser Rand Company
Holmberg Foundation, Inc.
Hultquist Foundation, Inc.
Jamestown Community College
Johnson Foundation

Trustee's Circle ($25,000-$49,999)
Estate of Ruth B. Walrod

Chairman's Circle ($10,000-$24,999)
Chautauqua Region Community Foundation
Cummins, Inc.
Eaton/Cooper Power Systems
Jessie Smith Darrah Fund
Lake Shore Savings
Manley Memorial Trust
Scott Electric Foundation, Inc.
Mr. Lance Spicer
Weber Knapp Company

President's Circle ($1,000-$9,999)
The Anchor Group           
Anonymous Constituent
Baillie Lumber Company
Buffamante Whipple Buttafaro, P.C.
Mr. & Mrs. David Carnahan
Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation
Community Bank, N.A.
Crown Family Philanthropies
Cutco Foundation, Inc.
Dr. Scott R. Darling
Cory L. & Elva M. Duckworth
Mrs. Helen Ebersole
Estate of Jacqueline G. Lanphere
Fitzpatrick & Weller, Inc
Gebbie Foundation, Inc.
Jim & Eileen Goodling
Greater Olean Chamber of Commerce
Daniel & Cindy Hinz
Mr. Keith Hutchings
Jamestown Cycle Shop
Jamestown Macadam, Inc.
Jamestown Mattress Co., Inc.
JCC Alumni Association, Jamestown Campus
JCC Faculty Student Association
Keystone Tool & Die
John M. LaMancuso, M.D.
Mazza Mechanical Services, Inc.
Michael & Cathy Moots
Napoleon Engineering Services
Olean Area Federal Credit Union
Passero Associates
Mr. & Mrs. Craig Patterson
Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc.
James & Patricia Phillips
Mary Francis Potter
Ralph C. Sheldon Foundation, Inc.
Mr. John Sayegh
SmartEdge
SolEpoxy
South Hills Country Club
James E. & Carol Stitt
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Stitt
Total Piping Solutions Inc.
James & Georgia Wellman
Mr. & Mrs. Ward Wilday
Mr. & Mrs. John Zabrodsky, III
Marilyn Zagora & Robert Oddy

The John D. Hamilton Society ($250-$999)
Stephen & Ann Abdella
Ahlstrom Schaeffer Electric Corp.
Airgas
Mr. David E. Alexander
Dr. Nancy Allen
Mr. Ron Amdur
Jim Andrews
Anonymous
Mr. & Mrs. Carroll Anstaett
Sebastian & Krystene Baggiano
The Basket Company Inc.
Mrs. Joyce C. Bataitis
Mr. Douglas E. Benson
Bimbo Bakeries, Inc.
Blaisdell Foundation
Elizabeth Booth
Jim & Barbara Brady
Sarah & Scott Bray
John & Carol Bremmer
Patricia Briggs
Denise & Michael Burbey
Joann Calamunci
Michael P. Casselman
Certo Brothers Dist. Co.
James & Mary Lou Chimenti
Clark Patterson Lee
Jill P. Colburn
Colecraft Commercial Furnishings
Dan & Sue Colwell
Douglas N. Coon
Courier Capital Corporation
Covered Wagon Tours, Inc
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Davis
Kelly Dawson, CPA
DBP Realty
Ms. Linda L. DeJoseph
Ellen M. Ditonto
Anne L. Dusenbury
Mrs. Barbara J. Engdahl
Falconer Printing & Design, Inc.
Mr. William Farr, Jr.
Drs. Carole & Len Faulk
Dorothy A. Fulton
G & G Fitness Equipment, Inc.
Nelson & Debra Garifi
Dr. Nadia Geleil
Good Times of Olean
Great Lakes Cheese (Empire Cheese)
Ms. Jamie Hansen
Paul Hedberg & Ruth Lundin
Rhoe & Sharron Henderson
Higgins Enterprises
International Research & Exchange Board, Inc.
Charles E. Jackson
Jamestown Lodge of Elks #263
Mr. David T. Jeffery
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Johnson
Mr. Scott M. Johnson
Wayne & Jeanne Johnston
Tim & Maria Kindberg
David & Cathy Koebelin
Mr. Jared M. Kraemer
Ms. Kaelyn Langer Mendonca
Mr. & Mrs. David Lasky
Lewis & Lewis, P.C.
Mr. David J. Lockwood
Magalina, Inc.
Mallery's Collison, Inc.
Mr. Michael Martello
Mayville Post Office
Dr. Timothy & Mrs. Barbara Gallineau
Mrs. Jennifer L. Miller
MJ Painting Contractor Corporation
Leslie Morey
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
Nationwide Foundation
William & Roz Newton
Dr. Lillian Vitanza Ney
Northwestern Mutual Foundation*
Dorothy Oakley
On The Side Sub Shop
Frank & Liz Petiprin
Petruzzi Insurance Agency
Dr. & Ms. Robert Phillips
PhilPac Corporation
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Pilato
Mr. Jacob N. Pilling
Frank & Debbie Porpiglia
The Post Journal
Premo Limousine Service of WNY, LLC
Mr. & Mrs. Randall Present
Mr. Samuel P. Price, Sr.
Mr. Wayne Rishell
Mr. & Mrs. Dale C. Robbins
Mr. Richard J. Rupprecht
Barbara Russell
Mr. Darrell D. Sage
Ms. Carolyn K. Shields
Sideline Sports
Dr. Willard Simons, D.D.S.
Craig & Punkie Sinesiou
Mrs. Patricia A. Smith
Gabrielle & Angelina Snyder
Jim & Paula Snyder
Sprague's Maple Farms
Kathy Stedman
Leon & Jennifer Stein
Ms. Marylou Stone
Tasta Pizza
Mr. John S. Trussalo
Ms. Rebecca Tyler
Mr. Michael R. Wedlock
Mr. & Mrs. Barclay O. Wellman
Gary & Gretchen Winger
YMCA of Olean
Kaye Young
Dr. Kirk & Katie Young
Kaye Young
Jesse & Donna Zeiders
Martha Zenns

Friend of JCC
(Up to $249)

Aetna Foundation*
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Alessi
Mr. & Mrs. Barry R. Anderson
Ron & Linda Anderson
Mr. Thomas J. Anderson
Mr. William C. Anderson
Anonymous (3)
Mr. Jason Antrosio
Mr. & Mrs. E.T. Arnn
Dr. John A. Balacki
Brian Barone & Family
Ms. Amanda Bartels
Dr. Carmella Bartimole
Ms. Donna R. Beal
Betts Industries, Inc.
Mr. Alan Billing
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Black
C.K. Bloomquist
Ted & Tracy Bogdan
Ms. Patricia A. Bokman
Mrs. Jennifer Bortz
Scott Bromberg
Mr. Tom Brown
Rebecca Brumagin
Nancy Bryant
Mr. William Burk
Mr. Lucas Burton
Anna Bush
Ms. Susan Butenhoff
Mrs. Sandra Calalesina
Ms. Nancy Callahan
Mr. Shaun M. Callahan
Mr. & Mrs. Burford Carlson
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Carlson
Ms. Melissa A. Carris
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Carris
Ms. Corrine Case
Mr. & Mrs. Steven Centi
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Chasler
Mr. Christopher J. Chiapuso
Ms. Nichole Chollet
Mr. & Mrs. Darrel Christian
Donald R. Cieslewicz
Ms. Mary A. Collins
Mrs. Dawn T. Columbare
Ms. Sandra Colvenback
Ms. Frances A. Cook
Mr. Frank Corapi
George & Lois Cornell
Mrs. Margaret Cornell
Gail Coyle
Ms. Jennifer L. Craven
Priscilla Crickard
Ms. Patricia E. Crosby
Ms. Mary Lee Danahy
Roger & Lynn Davis
Sgt. Janet L. Derbish
Ms. Elizabeth DeRosa
DFT Communications
Dr. Karl Donn
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Drabczyk
Ms. Cori Dunagan
David Ebersole
Ms. Dawn English
Mr. Raymond J. Fashano
Lenore Catalano Fiebelkorn
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory M. Fish
Ms. Mary Lee Dahany
Five Star Bank – Lakewood Branch
Phoebe M. Forbes
Ms. Cheryl Ford
Thomas & Cleone Fox
Mr. William Fraser
Ms. Karen C. Fuller
Ms. Renee Funke
Ms. Catherine A. Gagliano
Ms. Elizabeth Gaines
James & Cynthia Gallagher
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Gallo
Mary Goodwill
Kathy Grace
Ms. Khrysten Grace
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Graham
Mr. & Mrs. Rick Gray
Ms. Barbara Green
Thomas & Sally Greer
Mr. Gregg Guichard
Camille & Robert Guinnane
Mr. & Mrs. Gail Gustafson
Mrs. Bonnie Gwin
Mrs. Alison Haber
Elizabeth A. Hardy
Mary Anne Harp
Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Hazzard
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Hedin
Patrick & Renee Henry
Ms. Rebecca Hess
Edward & Darlene Hetrick
Matthew Hetrick
Katherine Hirschfeld
Sharon Hodgdon
Mr. Walter W. Hofmann
David & Patricia Howard
Edwin & Diane Howard, Jr.
Wally & Dixie Huckno, Sr.
IBM Corporation*
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Idzik
Mr. & Mrs. John Ireland
JCC Financial Aid Office Staff
JCC George Bataitis Open Committee
JCC Science Department
JCC STEM Faculty & Staff
Ms. Carol S. Johnson
David S. Johnson
Ms. Jacquelyn A. Johnson
Mr. Joseph M. Johnson
M&T Bank - Foote Ave. Branch
Dr. & Mrs. Gregory L. Jones
Chris & Lori Jordan
Ms. Theresa M. Jordan
Ms. Denise Joy
Ms. Laurie Kapuscinski*
Mr. & Mrs. John Kasperek
Mr. Michael Kasperek
Mr. & Ms. Zackery Kautzman
Michael Kelly
Mr. & Mrs. Rolland Kidder
Ms. Linda K. King
Ms. Patricia Kinney
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Kittleson
Tom & Patsy Kosinski
Robert & Nancy Krall, MD
Ms. Jessica Kubiak
Mr. Bryan Lake
Ms. Traci I. Langworthy
Deborah Lanni
Mr. & Mrs. Vance Lauffenburger
Dr. Sung J. Lee
Dr. Ellen Lehning
Lena's Pizza & Sub Shop
Mr. Joshua Levenberg
Lind Funeral Home Inc.
Ms. Joan V. Lindquist
Ms. Marilyn A. Lockwood
Ms. Doreen L. Loll
J. Paul & Sally Lombardo
Dr. Tom Lombardo
Mr. Jack A. Lorenz
Mrs. Nina Lormand
Ms. Elise Lund
Ms. Melissa Ma
Dr. W.C. MacFarland
Mrs. Ginger Malak
Mr. & Mrs. Eric W. Maloney
Mr. & Ms. Nicholas R. Manno
Frances P. Marchiando
Ms. Kathleen Martel
Ms. Charlotte Martines Cappellini
Mr. Jeffrey Mason
Mr. & Ms. Conrad A. Mason
Mr. & Mrs. Rex E. McCray
Meghan McCune & Justin Schapp
Ms. Sandra A. McGuire
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mecca
Ms. Joanne Nelson
Carl & Robin Middleton
Ms. Jennifer L. Miller
Mr. & Mrs. H. Robert Mitchell
Ms. Catherine Moody
Susan & David Muscato
Mr. & Mrs. Felix Muzza
Sebastian Nebral
Janis Nelson
Norden Women's Club
Northwest Savings Bank
Mr. David Pacitti
Ms. Jennifer D. Pacos
Dr. Francis C. Palmer
Mr. & Mrs. James Pardo, Jr.
Ms. Jennica A. Paterniti
Mrs. Annette M. Patric
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Patton
Mr. & Mrs. Howard Peterson
Karen & David Peterson
Mr. Joseph Phillips
Ms. Rachel L. Phillips                       
Louise Pillitteri & Mary Ann Foti
Mr. John Plumb & Dr. Marie F. Plumb
Robert & Anne Plyler
Ms. Renee Prechtl
Bob Ratterman
Gerald R. Ray
Mr. & Mrs. Rollin J. Reading, Jr.
Dr. & Mrs. Christopher Reisch
Rick's Golf World
Steve & Nicholette Riczker              
Ms. Carol J. Riniolo
Ms. Olivia R. Risley
David & Kimberly Rowe
Philip R. Runfola
Jon & Sally Saff
Mr. & Mrs. Scott Saff
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Savage
Ronald & Sandra Sinatra Schifano
Ms. Jean Schrader
Senator Cathy Young's Office
Ms. Pamela J. Shay
Richard & Linda Shick
Orrin Shifrin
Mr. & Mrs. Allen Short*
Ms. Jamie Sienkiewicz
Ms. Kimberly L. Skoczylas
Tammy Skroback
Mr. Daren Smith
James M. Smith*
Ms. Karla J. Smith
Kathleen Smith & Thomas Clark
Ms. Tammy Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Snyder
South Hills Country Club
Marty & Chris Spitz
Mr. & Mrs. David Squires
Ms. Sue Sumner
Mr. Steven S. Swanson
Mr. Thomas O. Swanson
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Tantillo
Kathy Taydus
Ms. Nancy S. Taylor
Ms. Eleanor Thelander 
Regina Guiffrida Thornton
Ms. Dorothy Titus
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Torgerson
Mr. Russell Triscari
Nathaniel Turck
Ulrich Planfiling Equipment Corp.
Mr. Grant Umberger
Mr. & Mrs. Jason S. VanDewark*
Jim & Debbie Vecellio
Mrs. Anne Vetter
Laurie & Brad Vorp
Walmart Store #2159
Warren Midtown Motors, Inc.
Richard & Kelly Whitver
Mr. Frank Winn & Mr. Ian Syphard
Ms. Chod C. Wirojratana
Mr. Robert C. Wood
Mr. Dave Wordelmann
Mr. & Mrs. William Wright
Xerox Corporation*
Elizabeth Yager
Mr. Andrew C. Young & Ms. Ruth Derby
Melanie Zandi
Ms. Sharyn L. Zias

Memorials and Special Honors Gifts 2015-16

The JCC Foundation remembers your loved ones and honors those who celebrated a special occasion in their lives.

In memory of Annette Alexander
Mr. David Alexander
Michael & Cathy Moots
Dr. Kirk & Katie Young

In memory of Carl Berg, Jr.
JCC Financial Aid Office Staff

In memory of Marvin Boskin
Jamestown Community College

In memory of Steven B. Carlson
Mr. Thomas O. Swanson

In memory of Dolores E. Carr
Norden Women's Club

In memory of Mary Louise Corkery
William & Roz Newton

In memory of Stephen William Cornell
George & Lois Cornell
Mrs. Margaret Cornell

In memory of Grant Robert Davis
Ms. Laura K. Anderson
Anonymous
Ms. Amanda Bartels
Dr. Carmella Bartimole
Mrs. Jennifer Bortz
Sarah & Scott Bray
Nancy Bryant
Denise & Michael Burbey
Ms. Nancy Callahan
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Carris
Ms. Nichole Chollet
Barb Connor
Mr. Frank Corapi
Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Davis
Roger & Lynn Davis
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Drabczyk
Ms. Khrysten Grace
Mr. & Mrs. Larry Graham
Ms. Barbara Green
Mrs. Alison Haber
Ms. Jamie Hansen
Daniel & Cindy Hinz
Mr. Walter W. Hofmann
JCC STEM Faculty & Staff
Mr. David T. Jeffery
M&T Bank - Foote Ave. Branch
Wayne & Jeanne Johnston
Chris & Lori Jordan
Ms. Denise Joy
Mr. & Mrs. John Kasperek
Mr. Michael Kasperek
Tim & Maria Kindberg
Ms. Linda K. King
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Kittleson
Ms. Kaelyn Langer Mendonca
Ms. Traci I. Langworthy
Dr. Sung J. Lee
Ms. Doreen L. Loll
Karen Lons          
Mrs. Nina Lormand
Ms. Elise Lund
Ms. Charlotte Martines Cappellini
Mr. Jeffrey Mason
Mr. & Ms. Conrad A. Mason
Mayville Post Office
Barbara J. McCarthy
Mr. & Mrs. Rex E. McCray
Meghan McCune & Justin Schapp
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Mecca
Mr. & Mrs. H. Robert Mitchell
Michael & Cathy Moots
William & Roz Newton
Ms. Jennifer D. Pacos
Mr. Joseph Phillips
Ms. Rachel L. Phillips
Dr. & Ms. Robert Phillips
Dr. Marie F. Plumb
Dr. & Mrs. Christopher Reisch
Ms. Olivia R. Risley
Rick. Rupprecht & Cheryl Gawronski
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Savage
Mr. John Sayegh
Ms. Jean Schrader
Mr. Daren Smith
Ms. Karla J. Smith
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis Snyder
Mr. & Mrs. David Squires
Ms. Marylou Stone
Ms. Dorothy Titus
Mr. Frank Winn & Mr. Ian Syphard
Kaye Young
Dr. Marilyn Zagora
Martha Zenns
Ms. Sharyn L. Zias

In memory of Michael P. DiPalma
Dr. Marilyn Zagora

In memory of Ted Dynys
Phoebe M. Forbes

In memory of Daniel Ebersole
David Ebersole
Mrs. Helen Ebersole

In memory of Stephanie Foti
Cutco Corporation
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Stitt

In memory of Ryan C. Foote
Mr. Scott M. Johnson

In memory of Grace Hadley
The JCC Science Department
Dr. Marie F. Plumb
Dr. Marilyn Zagora

In memory of Dr. Robert Hagstrom
Robert C. Wood

In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Earl Hamilton
J. Paul & Sally Lombardo

In memory of Elaine Johnson
Mrs. Barbara J. Engdahl
Frank & Liz Petiprin

In memory of Raymond H. Johnson
Ms. Jacquelyn A. Johnson
Frank & Liz Petiprin

In memory of Andrew Perry Kibler
Laurie Kapuscinski
Frank & Liz Petiprin
Robert Ratterman

In memory of Phyllis Kraemer
Kristin Maloney
Janis Nelson
Dorothy Oakley

In memory of Ben Lockwood
Mr. David J. Lockwood
Mr. & Mrs. Craig Patterson

In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lombardo
J. Paul & Sally Lombardo

In memory of Thomas P. Madison
Michael & Cathy Moots

In memory of Leo C. Majka, Jr.
Ms. Renee Prechtl

In memory of James E. Miller
Frank & Liz Petiprin

In memory of Robert G. Ney
Dr. Lillian Vitanza Ney
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Pilato

In memory of Carol C. Nord
Norden Women's Club

In memory of Sam and Helen Pacitti
Mr. David Pacitti

In memory of Gladys E. Peterson
Norden Women's Club

In memory of Patricia M. Phillips
Mr. Ron Amdur
Mr. Jason Antrosio
Jim & Barbara Brady
Ms. Susan Butenhoff
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Carlson
Ms. Jennifer L. Craven
Crown Family Philanthropies
Mary Lee Danahy
Nelson & Debra Garifi
Mrs. Bonnie Gwin
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Idzik
JCC Alumni Association Board of Directors, Jamestown Campus
JCC Faculty Student Association
JCC George Bataitis Open Committee
Dr. & Mrs. Gregory L. Jones
Tom & Patsy Kosinski
Mr. & Mrs. Vance Lauffenburger
Mr. Joshua Levenberg
Ms. Melissa Ma
Mr. & Ms. Nicholas R. Manno
Frances P. Marchiando
The Maytum Family & DFT Communications
Michael & Cathy Moots
Dr. Lillian Vitanza Ney
Mr. & Mrs. James Pardo, Jr.
Frank & Liz Petiprin
Louise Pillitteri & Mary Ann Foti
Dr. Marie F. Plumb
Robert & Anne Plyler
David & Kimberly Rowe
Orrin Shifrin
Jamie Sienkiewicz
Ms. Kathleen A. Smith
Patricia A. Smith
Jim & Debbie Vecellio
Mrs. Anne Vetter
Mr. Andrew C. Young & Ms. Ruth Derby

In memory of Anna W. Satkowski
Ms. Marilyn A. Lockwood

In memory of Narcissa Scalise
William & Roz Newton

In memory of Richard Schmonsky
Karen & David Peterson

In memory of Jean E. Seastedt
Norden Women's Club

In memory of Douglas Skuggen
Frank & Liz Petiprin
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Tantillo

In memory of Theodore Smith
Patricia A. Smith

In memory of Kaleigh Wilday
Mr. & Mrs. Ward Wilday

Honoring retirement of Nancy Callahan
Frank & Liz Petiprin

Honoring retirement of Dawn Columbare
Kaye Young

In honor of Donna Beal
Ms. Joanne Nelson

Honoring retirement of Nancy Callahan
Liz Petiprin
Kaye Young

Honoring retirement of Gerry Crinnin
Liz Petiprin

In honor of Cory Duckworth
Michael & Cathy Moots

In celebration of Barbara Engdahl's birthday
Ms. Sue Sumner
Ms. Eleanor Thelander

In honor of Scott Foti
Ms. Kimberly L. Skoczylas
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Torgerson

Honoring retirement of John Hearn
Kaye Young

In honor of JDH award recipients Joseph C. Johnson and Samuel P. Price, Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Alessi
Artone LLC
Mr. David E. Bernhardt
Mr. & Mrs. Craig Colburn
Gail Coyle
Mr. Roger E. Dickinson
Mrs. Helen Ebersole
Drs. Carole & Len Faulk
John M. LaMancuso, M.D.
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Lyons
Michael & Cathy Moots
Northwestern Mutual Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. James Phillips
James M. Smith
SolEpoxy
Mr. Stephen C. Taylor
Mr. Hadley & Dr. Ellen Weinberg
Mr. & Mrs. Allen Yahn

In honor of Terri Koller Linsner
Ms. Kimberly L. Skoczylas
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Torgerson

Honoring retirement of Michael Moots
Mary Anne Harp

Honoring retirement of Rick Rupprecht
Frank & Liz Petiprin
Kaye Young

Endowed and Annual Scholarships & General Endowments

The JCC Foundation is pleased to report that a total of $507,775 scholarship dollars was made available to 273 students in the 2015-16 academic year.

Acu-Rite Basketball Scholarship
Alumni Fund – Cattaraugus County Campus
Alumni Fund – Jamestown Campus
John & Judy Anderson USA Scholarship
Je’Anne Bargar USA Scholarship
George Bataitis Athletic Fund
Donna R. Beal ’80 Endowment Scholarship
Robb Benson Memorial Fund
Robert W. Biehler Memorial USA Scholarship
Ericka Block Fund
Henry J. Bridges & Jeanne Bridges Mellow Scholarship Fund
Charles D. Brininger Freshman Chemistry Award
Kyle Brown Memorial Scholarship
Axel W. Carlson Kids’ College Scholarship Fund
Katharine Jackson Carnahan Humanities Endowment
Katharine Jackson Carnahan Scholarship Fund
Carnahan-Jackson Scholarship Fund
Carnahan-Jackson USA Scholarship
Cattaraugus County Emergency Fund
Dr. Harold M. & Joyce S. Childress Fund
Dr. John Collins Memorial Scholarship
Community Bank Scholarship Fund
James A. Comstock Memorial Trust
Cooper Power Scholarship Fund
Stephen William Cornell Memorial Scholarship
Cutco Foundation USA Scholarship
Dart Aviation Scholarship
Dr. Gregory T. DeCinque USA Scholarship
Winifred Dibert USA Scholarship
Dresser-Rand USA Scholarship
Ted Dynys Fund
Daniel W. Ebersole Memorial Scholarship Fund
Faculty Association of JCC Scholarship
Stephanie Foti Memorial Scholarship
Emma Galloway Nursing Scholarship Fund
Mark Galway Memorial Fund
Katherine E. Ganz Scholarship
Juanita Mauro Giddy Nursing Award
Dan Gilhula Theatre Arts Scholarship
Lula P. Glidden Nursing Scholarship
Global Studies Scholarship
Grant-in-Aid Fund
Individual Studies Award
Hestia Endowment Fund
Holmberg Scholarship Program
Jamestown Alumni Association Endowment
Jamestown Campus Athletic Fund
Charles M. Johnson Memorial Fund
Curtis D. Johnson Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund
Elaine S. Johnson Memorial Scholarship Fund
John & Oscar Johnson Memorial Trust Scholarship
Dr. Raymond H. Johnson Memorial Chemistry Award
Denise Joy Scholarship
Paul W. Kelly, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund
Andrew Perry Kibler Memorial Scholarship
Phyllis Kraemer Memorial Scholarship Fund
Erick J. Laine Community Scholarship
Lake Shore Savings USA Scholarship
Lawrence Leising Memorial Scholarship
Lenna Foundation USA Scholarship
Lioness Fund
Ben Lockwood Memorial Fund
George F. Mayer Scholarship Fund
Adele Maytum Hunter Memorial Scholarship
Maytum Family Technology Endowment
Pat McGee Nursing Scholarship
Joseph T. Minarovich Scholarship
Glenn A. Miller USA Scholarship
Jim Miller Memorial Scholarship
L. Richard & Pauline S. Murray USA Scholarship
John J. Nalbone Pilot Scholarship
Robert G. Ney, M.D. Memorial Scholarship Fund
NY Firefighters Scholarship
NYS Federation of Home Bureaus Scholarship
Olean Athletic Scholarship
Olean Cultural Arts Endowment
Olean High School Class of '72 Scholarship Fund
Joe Paar Memorial Scholarship
Rev. Bernard Paterniti Memorial Scholarship Fund
Margaret Patterson Scholarship Fund
Frank Petiprin Sophomore Computer Science Award
Phoenix Metal Technology Fund
Post-Journal Scholarship
ReHabilitation Center Scholarship Fund
Bob Sassone Athletic Fund
Clara Savaree Memorial Scholarship
Scandinavian Studies Endowment Fund
Scharmann Drama Fund
Scharmann Theatre Fund
John & Lena Sinatra Memorial Soap Box Derby Fund
Douglas Skuggen Memorial Fund
Ted Smith Memorial Scholarship
James J. Snyder Educational Opportunity Fund
T. McAuliffe-Spicer Memorial USA Scholarship
Terrance Grant & Company Scholarship Fund
Thomas Trusso, Sr. & Roger Loop Scholarship
USA Scholarship Fund
Varmee Pre-med Award Fund
Veterans Fund in Memory of Traci Maybach
Veterans Scholarship Fund
Raoul Wallenberg Scholarship Fund
Ruth Benson Walrod Scholarship Fund
Ruth Walrod USA Scholarship
Sarita Weeks Endowment
Sarita Weeks Visual Arts Endowment
Stanley & Sarita Weeks Endowment
STEM Scholarship Fund
Weber Knapp USA Scholarship
Wellman Family USA Scholarship Fund
Kaleigh Wilday Memorial Scholarship
Jason Wogick Memorial Scholarship Fund
Workforce Development Scholarship

Special Events

We gratefully acknowledge members of the JCC President's Roundtable and sponsors of the George Bataitis Open Golf Tournament in Jamestown and the JCC Scholarship Classic Golf Tournament in Olean.

Stephen & Ann Abdella
Ahlstrom Schaeffer Electric Corp.
Airgas
Alliance Advisory Group, Inc.
Baillie Lumber Company
The Basket Company Inc.
Mrs. Joyce C. Bataitis
Bimbo Bakeries, Inc.
Blackstone Advanced Technologies, LLC
Blaisdell Foundation
Bodell Overcash Anderson & Co., Inc.
Bush Industries, Inc.
Stephen Cass
Willard Cass
Cattaraugus County Treasurer's Office
Century 21 Turner Brokers
Certo Brothers Dist. Co.
Chautauqua Inn & Suites & Convention Center
Chautauqua Region Community Foundation
Chautauqua Striders
ChautauquaWORKS
Joseph A. Ciesielski
City of Jamestown BPU
Clark Patterson Lee
Colecraft Commercial Furnishings
Dan & Sue Colwell
Community Bank NA
County of Chautauqua IDA
Courier Capital Corporation
Covered Wagon Tours, Inc
Kelly A. Dawson, CPA
DBP Realty
DFT Communications
Dresser-Rand Company
Fancher Chair Co., Inc.
Fitzpatrick & Weller
Five Star Bank - Lakewood
G & G Fitness Equipment, Inc.
Gebbie Foundation, Inc.
Good Times of Olean
Great Lakes Cheese (Empire Cheese)
Greater Olean Chamber of Commerce
Higgins Enterprises
Jamestown Community College
Jamestown Cycle Shop
Jamestown Lodge of Elks #263
Jamestown Macadam, Inc.
Jamestown Mattress Co., Inc.
Ronald & Anne Kohl
Ranjit K. Laha
Lake Shore Savings
John M. LaMancuso, M.D.
Frances J. Lapinski
Lena's Pizza & Sub Shop
The Lenna Foundation
Lewis & Lewis, P.C.
Lind Funeral Home Inc.
Lutheran Social Services
Magalina, Inc.
Dr. & Mrs. Henry Malarkey
Mallery's Collison, Inc.
W.C. McFarland
MJW Technical Services
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management
Napoleon Engineering Services
Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation
Northwest Savings Bank
On The Side Sub Shop
Francis & Gilda Palmer
Pepsi Bottling Group, Inc.
Petruzzi Insurance Agency
James Phillips
Phillips Lytle LLP
PhilPac Corporation
The Post-Journal
Premo Limousine Service of WNY, LLC
Pucci Contract Interiors
Quick Solutions
Ralph C. Sheldon Foundation, Inc.
Rand Machine Products, Inc.
The Resource Center
Rick's Golf World
Robert H. Jackson Center
Senator Cathy Young's Office
David Shepherd
Sideline Sports
SmartEdge
SolEpoxy
South Hills Country Club
Sprague's Maple Farms
Lois Strickler
Tasta Pizza
John S. Trussalo, CPA
Robert Ungerer
Vector Marketing Corporation
Walmart Store #2159
Warren Midtown Motors, Inc.
Weinberg Financial Group
Willard Simons
YMCA of Olean

Every effort has been made to avoid errors in this annual report. Please notify us and accept our sincere apologies for any inadvertent errors.

Financial Reports

2015-16 Operating Budget

Revenues  
State Aid $9,079,710
Tuition and Fees $15,639,780
Local Governments $7,056,480
Miscellaneous $1,499,730
Fund Balance $1,698,646
Auxiliary $776,500
Total $35,750,846

 

Expenditures  
Salaries and Wages $20,047,212
Equipment $46,075
Contractual Expenses $6,959,064
Fringe Benefits $7,921,995
Auxiliary $776,500
Total $35,750,846

 

JCC Foundation Report

Jamestown Community College Foundation, Inc. Financial Statements
Balance sheet year ended August 31, 2016 (with comparative totals for 2015)
  Total 8.31.16 Total 8.31.15
Total Assets $20,231,841 $19,473,627
Total Liabilities $2,751,513 $2,885,710
Total Net Assets $17,480,328 $16,587,917
Total Liabilities and Net Assets $20,231,841 $19,473,627

 

Statement of Activity and Changes in Fund Balances for Year Ending August 31, 2016
(with comparative totals for 2015)
  Total 8.31.16 Total 8.31.15
Total Support and Revenue $1,958,032 $1,767,203
Total Expenses $1,065,621 $1,170,571
Changes in Net Assets $892,411 $596,632 
Net Assets, Beginning $16,587,917 $15,991,285
Net Assets, End $17,480,328 $16,587,917
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