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Dinner to honor James Gill '53

The Holy Cross Leadership Council of New York will honor James F. Gill '53, at its annual dinner fund-raiser on May 17 at the New York Palace Hotel. Proceeds from the event will fund the Council's summer internship program and other priorities.

Gill, who is a partner with the law firm Bryan Cave LLP, has held numerous pro bono government positions throughout his career, including current service as chairman of the Battery Park City Authority. General counsel for the board of St. Patrick's Cathedral, he was the founding chairman of the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.

Pricing for the dinner is as follows:

  • $25,000 table of 10 (Presidential level)
  • $15,000 table of 10 (Benefactor level)
  • $10,000 table of 10 (Sponsor level)
  • $1,000 per person (Gold level)
  • $500 per person (Silver level)
  • $350 per person (Bronze level for classes of 1991-2006)

This year's dinner committee is chaired by Kevin B. Frawley '73. The Leadership Council is chaired by Lawrence W. Doyle '83.

For more information about the dinner, contact Patricia Gibbons Haylon '83, director of donor relations and special events, at phaylon@holycross.edu or (508) 793-2369. To purchase a table or individual seat, contact Timm Zolkos, director of development, at tzolkos@holycross.edu or (508) 793-3661.

The Holy Cross Leadership Council of New York was founded in 1997 to raise the profile of the College among business leaders in the metropolitan New York area and to provide financial assistance to deserving students. In addition, the Council initiated and provides major support for the Holy Cross Summer Internship Program. It also furnishes a venue for Holy Cross alumni to network with business associates and brings prominent executives to campus to assist with the career counseling process.

 

 

 


 

 

 


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