Senior Class Alumnae Legacy Families

In 1932, when Mercy graduated our first alumnae, we laid the foundation for our future. Since that time, we have welcomed over 13,000 graduates into the sisterhood of Mercy. A network of determined, passionate, and committed women who share similar values, attitudes, and approaches toward changing the world. Many of our graduates share much more than these valuable qualities – they share the bond of family; Mercy has become their legacy.

Through the years, thousands of students have followed in the footsteps of their mothers and grandmothers – walking the same halls, taking the same classes, and learning what it means to be a Mercy Girl. For decades, these Legacy Families have formed the backbone of our student body. For them, there is no question what school their daughters and granddaughters will attend – Mercy. Those students who are the first in their family to attend Mercy could very well be laying their own foundation for a brand-new Legacy Family. We are indebted to the love these families have of Mercy, and we want to share with the world some of these very special women. Therefore, we have created this display to show our appreciation and to honor 20 members of the Class of 2022, along with their mothers and/or grandmothers who are Mercy alumnae.

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Photo - Ivy Aman Senior: Ivy Aman ’22
Photo - Marian Callan Aman Grandmother: Marian Callan Aman ’56
Photo - Sophia Anderson Senior: Sophia Anderson ’22
Photo - Patricia Erdle Anderson Grandmother: Patricia Erdle Anderson ’62
Photo - Lillian Andreach Senior: Lillian Andreach ’22
Photo - Courtney Courman Andreach Mother: Courtney Courman Andreach ’92
Photo - Lucy Cotrupe Senior: Lucy Cotrupe ’22
Photo - Joan Lawrence Mother: Joan Lawrence ’82
Photo - Madalena Donner Senior: Madalena Donner ’22
Photo - Patricia Carroll Grandmother: Patricia Carroll ’68
Photo - Molly Kantz Senior: Molly Kantz ’22
Photo - Kathleen Clifford Kantz Mother: Kathleen Clifford Kantz ’88
Photo - Jenna Magioncalda Senior: Jenna Magioncalda ’22
Photo - Jacqueline Forward Magioncalda Mother: Jacqueline Forward Magioncalda ’85
Photo - Lois Spurling Forward Grandmother: Lois Spurling Forward ’51
Photo - Lauren Maloney Senior: Lauren Maloney ’22
Photo - Kara Shanahan Maloney Mother: Kara Shanahan Maloney ’85
Photo - Sydney Marron Senior: Sydney Marron ’22
Photo - Ann Coursey Marron Grandmother: Ann Coursey Marron ’59
Photo - Elizabeth McDonough Senior: Elizabeth McDonough ’22
Photo - Kirsten Bayer McDonough Mother: Kirsten Bayer McDonough ’87
Photo - Cathleen Albert Engleson Grandmother: Cathleen Albert Engleson ’68
Photo - Ingrid Miller Senior: Ingrid Miller ’22
Photo - Joan Fay Evans Grandmother: Joan Fay Evans ’54
Photo - Charlotte Moulton Senior: Charlotte Moulton ’22
Photo - Carrie Woodward Moulton Mother: Carrie Woodward Moulton ’90
Photo - Lila Moyle Senior: Lila Moyle ’22
Photo - Elaine Klingler Morrison Grandmother: Elaine Klingler Morrison ’59
Photo - Claire Murphy Senior: Claire Murphy ’22
Photo - Paula Heddon Murphy Mother: Paula Heddon Murphy ’90
Photo - Valeria Nugent Senior: Valeria Nugent ’22
Photo - Margaret Zutterman Foxx Grandmother: Margaret Zutterman Foxx ’52
Photo - Rosemary Ryan O'Brien Great Grandmother: Rosemary Ryan O’Brien ’35
Photo - Aubrianna Ryan Senior: Aubrianna Ryan ’22
Photo - Mary Ellen Dobbertin Ryan Grandmother: Mary Ellen Dobbertin Ryan ’57
Photo - Adriana Salina Senior: Adriana Salina ’22
Photo - Karen Laufer Lombino Grandmother: Karen Laufer Lombino ’61
Photo - Frances Bonafede Lombino Great Grandmother: Frances Bonafede Lombino ’38
Photo - Emma Spagnola Senior: Emma Spagnola ’22
Photo - Deanna Sloan Spagnola Mother: Deanna Sloan Spagnola ’90
Photo - Kennedy Weigel Senior: Kennedy Weigel ’22
Photo - Michele Geier Weigel Mother: Michele Geier Weigel ’89
Photo - Pamela Frank Geier Grandmother: Pamela Frank Geier ’67
Photo - Isabella Zicari Senior: Isabella Zicari ’22
Photo - Patricia Stio Zicari Grandmother: Patricia Stio Zicari ’63

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