Meet our Donors
Each Fr. Carlin Society member has a story about what SI means to them and why they chose to support SI in this important way. Below you can read more about some of our generous supporters. Click here for a full list of all of our generous Fr. Carlin Society members.
Peter Balestreri ’74 and his wife, Kathy (Mercy ’74), feel lucky to be able to give back to their communities.
Michael Clancy ’59 had a hard life growing up, marked by parental illness and poverty. He later rose to become a successful attorney and a multimillionaire. He now plans to help students at SI by creating scholarships named for him and his brother Bruce ’51.
It’s never too early to join the Fr. Carlin Heritage Society says Christine Abalos Tsu ’02. Learn more here.
SI's Jesuit education influenced many generations of the DeVoto family. That's why Randy DeVoto '68 has chosen to support the school by including SI in his estate plan. Learn more here.
Virg Cristobal '93 and Marites Cristobal Coulter '94 are proud to have established a scholarship in honor of their parents by naming SI as a beneficiary of life insurance policies. Learn more here.
Dan Jordan '77 included SI in his estate plan so that future students can afford an SI education. Learn more here.
Fred Molfino '87 wants students from families like the one that raised him to have the chance to attend SI. Learn more here.
Brian Heafey '86, a SI scholarship recipient himself, is paying it forward by working with his brothers to establish a scholarship of their own and by including SI as a beneficiary of his living trust. Learn more here.
The late Dan Morales '47 spoke of his Jesuit education as being the foundation for his professional and personal success. Learn more here.
By naming SI as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, Frank Howard '75 is helping to ensure a bright future for SI. Learn more here.
Charlie Krystofiak '69 feels naming SI as a beneficiary of his IRA account is a great, tax-efficient way to support the school that has meant so much to him. Learn more here.