Reflections is Trocaire College’s signature annual event, honoring those in the community who embrace the mission of the Sisters of Mercy.
Thank you to all the 2016 sponsors!
Succeed Sponsor – Russell’s Steaks, Chops & More
GCA Services Group, Inc.
Kirisits & Associates, CPAs
Phillips Lytle, LLP
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas
Grand Prize Sponsor – JetBlue
Centerpiece Sponsor – Park Edge Sweet Shoppe
Print Sponsor – Zenger Group
Media Sponsor – The Buffalo News
Please join us next year.
A gallery of images from the 2016 Reflections Event will be posted soon.
Distinguished Alumni Award – Distinguished Alumni are graduates that have been identified as someone of distinction that represents Trocaire College through their outstanding personal and professional accomplishments. These individuals personify the college’s tradition of excellence and serve as positive role models for their fellow alumni as well as Trocaire students in the classroom today. Norma Kerling ’77, Cuba Memorial Hospital
President’s Distinguished Service Award – The President’s Distinguished Service award is presented to a person or group whose community participation exemplifies Trocaire College’s mercy mission without regard for community profile. The award recipient(s) will be lauded for quiet and consistent service to the community in either education, healthcare, human services or the arts. The award is not project specific, rather it will honor long-term efforts to improve the quality of life in Western New York and/or globally. Phebian Abdulai ’11, Jericho Road Ministries
Reflections Awards – The Reflections Awards are given to individuals and organizations who have demonstrated meaningful contributions to healthcare, human services or higher education in the Western New York community. Their contributions exemplify the spirit of the Sisters of Mercy and the mission of Trocaire College – a mission that seeks to support individuals through empowerment, recognizing and serving diverse needs, providing life-long development, and preparing for service in the global community. Dr. Alexander Mandych, Southtowns Ear Nose and Throat, LLP, Carrie Meyer ’95, Executive Director, Independent Health Foundation and The Statler Foundation