Class of 1950: 70th Milestone
Alumni Weekend, originally planned for April 24 and 25, has been postponed, helping to slow the spread of COVID-19. During this time of uncertainty, this decision is best for the protection of Rutgers’ alumni, staff, faculty, and friends.
During these difficult times, student support is more critical than ever.
The Class of 1950 has always remained dedicated to supporting the needs of students through our generous giving over the years. Now is no different. Despite not convening on campus for our 70th reunion just yet, we can still make an enormous impact. Our campaign efforts to support the Class of 1950 Fund, as well as the Oral History program, Alexander Library, Zimmerli Art Museum, and the baseball program, directly impact the lives of Rutgers students. Right now, scholarships are of the utmost importance, as students grapple with a loss of on-campus jobs, income, affordable housing, and basic necessities.
If you have the means, please give what you can because student support is vital during this time. After all, at Rutgers, this is what we do. We come together as a community to work together when it’s needed most. Your generosity will help prepare the next generation of students to better our world.
Please stay safe, be well, and thank you in advance for your continued generosity.
Class Giving Goal
Increase the endowment of Class of 1950 Scholarship and support other university priorities.
It’s our 70th class anniversary!
To commemorate this milestone year, please join us in making a special gift to alma mater in support of our class gift initiatives. We will make every effort to increase the endowment of the Class of 1950 Scholarship Fund, as well as support other University priorities, such as the Oral History Program, Alexander Library, Zimmerli Art Museum and the Baseball Program.
Every gift will help us reach our class giving goal, however, only gifts made specifically to the Class of 1950 Fund will support our special class gifts.
Don’t forget! Reunion is the perfect time to think about including Rutgers in your estate planning. Through an IRA rollover, gift in your will, or beneficiary designation, you can have a meaningful, long-term impact while taking steps to benefit your own financial situation.
Your 70th Milestone Campaign Committee
All Gifts Made During the Fiscal Year Count
Gifts to any area at Rutgers made by members of the Class of 1950 during the reunion fiscal year (July 1, 2019, to June 30, 2020) will count toward our class giving campaign total, and contributors will be added to the Class of 1950 Honor Roll of Donors for helping us make a significant contribution to the university.
The following will also be added toward our total:
- Cash, credit, or even shares of stock
- Estate gifts
- Matching gifts from current or former employees
Previous Milestone Gifts by the Class of 1950
Increase endowment for the Class of 1950 Scholarship Fund, Student Veterans Services Support Fund, baseball program protective shields, Zimmerli Art Museum (Walking Man installation), Rutgers Oral History Archives Program, Alexander Library Assistive Learning Lab
Rutgers Wrestling Program, baseball program protective shields, in memory of Darrin Winston; Crew Shell Fund, in honor of John Frish, Jr.; Rutgers Oral History Archives Program; Class of 1950 Memorial Endowed Scholarship, Alexander Library front reception desk
Class of 1950 Memorial Endowed Scholarship, Rutgers Oral History Archives Program, Alexander Library, Queen’s Chorale, baseball diamond, Rutgers Club
Establish Class of 1950 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund, Rutgers Oral History Archives of WWII Program, baseball diamond, W.F. “Bucky” Hatchett Scholarship, Vincent Kramer Scholarship Fund, Gallery “50” and Patio at Alexander Library, Kirkpatrick Chapel Renovation Fund
Alexander Library, Patio “50” at Alexander Library, Gallery “50” at Alexander Library
Gallery “50” at Alexander Library
Henry Rutgers Scholars Program
Nautilus Training Machine for Athletics
Class of 1950 Officers
- Robert Hubbard, President & Milestone Campaign Chair
- Richard Metzger, Vice President
- Daniel Martin, Vice President
- Arthur Lerner, Treasurer
- H. Craig Gilbert, VP Emeritus
Class of 1950 Honor Roll
The online honor roll is updated monthly and lists everyone from the Class of 1950 who makes a gift during your 70th anniversary year.
- Mr. Stephen L. Albertalli
- Mr. Joseph R. Alexander
- Mr. Ronald E. Barlow
- Dr. Charles S. Bednar
- Mr. Rudolf A. Behrens
- Philip Birnbaum, Ph.D.
- Mr. Harold Borkan
- Dr. Douglas G. Boyden
- Herman Burwasser, Ph.D.
- Mr. William F. Carhart, Jr.
- Mr. Richard L. Casavecchia
- Mr. David A. Cayer
- Martin Cordon, Ph.D.
- Mr. George L. Everett
- Captain James E. Fernandes
- Hans Fisher, Ph.D.
- Dr. Richard Alan Freund
- Mr. George L. Fricke
- Mr. H. Craig Gilbert
- Mr. William M. Harrison, Jr.
- Mr. Hugh Henig
- Robert D. Hubbard, P.E.
- Mr. Hugh M. Jamieson
- Mr. Malcolm E. Jorgensen
- The Honorable Bernard A. Kannen
- Mr. Martin A. Krop
- Mr. Richard A. Kulesza
- The Honorable David Landau
- Mr. Arthur M. Lerner
- Mr. Norman J. Levison
- Mr. Henry Lowenstern
- Joseph D. Mandell, Ph.D.
- Robert J. Marshall, Ph.D.
- Daniel L. Martin, Esq.
- Dr. Robert A. Martin
- Mr. Richard C. Metzger
- Mr. Gordon L. Nelson
- Mr. Herbert Lloyd Ramo
- Mr. Dorvin M. Rosenberg
- Mr. Charles W. Ryan
- Mr. Herman H. Seddig
- Mr. Lester Shapiro
- Mr. Frank J. Spitalny
- Mr. Fred D. Van Aken
- Dr. Richard C. Vanden Heuvel
- Harold F. Vhugen, Esq.
- Mr. Richard N. Weeks
- Mr. Jerome L. Wittels
Questions about gifts?
Contact the Milestone Campaigns Program:
Donna Valentino, Assistant Director
75th, 70th, 65th, 60th, and 55th Milestone Campaigns