The President’s Residence
Notre Dame of Maryland University has recently acquired our first-ever President’s Residence. For more than a century, NDMU has enjoyed the benefits of close location and good will of the Homeland neighborhood. With the acquisition of the home located at 100 St. Albans Way, our current and future presidents will have the pleasure of living in this special community.
During seven months of renovations, the house has been complemented by generous donations of elegant furnishing from close friends and alumnae of Notre Dame, notably through those who are members of the 100 St. Albans Society, which ensures that Notre Dame President’s Residence will be elegantly appointed, serve as a point of pride, and become the premier gathering space for our campus community and guests.
We are grateful for the generosity of the following charter benefactors who have made contributions at the following 100 St. Albans Society levels:
Heuisler Circle: $10,000 and higher
Polly E. Behrens C’98 and Bruce Behrens
Taylor and Gary Foss
Mary Louise Preis
Beecher Circle: $5,000
Patricia J. Mitchell ’69
Estate of Dr. Mildred B. Otenasek ’36
McCormick Circle: $2,500
Jane and Sam Mace
Barbara and Jim Stevens
Maisel Circle: $1,000
Patricia A. Bosse ’81 and Frank A. Gunther III
Edith McParland Donohue, Ph.D. ’60
Donna Ringger Easton ’70 and John J. Easton Jr.
Nancy Byrnes Martel ’58 and Thomas C. Martel
Beth and Bart Mitchell
Mary Pat and Bob Seurkamp
Eleanor Duke Storck ’48
Justin and Franny Vitrano ’53
Wedgewood Circle: $500
Peggy Haskell Farnham ’92
Rosemary Garrett Hartley ’48 and James P. Hartley
Sheila Fahey Haskell ’59 and Donald F. Haskell
Harvey and Jeanne Jones ’50
Dorothy L. and Henry A. Rosenberg Jr.
Kimberly Mitchell Wolff
Friends of St. Albans
Mary Alicia Haberman