You are on page 1of 32

ANNUAL REPORT 2017

SCI
The Seamen’s Church Institute
Annual Report 2017
Volume 110 / Number 2
© 2018 The Seamen’s Church Institute
of New York and New Jersey
seamenschurch.org
HEADQUARTERS
50 Broadway, Floor 26
New York, NY 10004

T +1 (212) 349-9090
F +1 (212) 349-8342
sci@seamenschurch.org

SCI–HOUSTON
9650 High Level Road
Houston, TX 77029

T +1 (713) 674-1236
F +1 (713) 674-1239

The Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI) SCI–PADUCAH
promotes the safety, dignity and
129 South Water Street
improved working environment for Paducah, KY 42001
the men and women serving in North
T +1 (270) 575-1005
PASTORAL
American and international maritime
F +1 (270) 575-9152
workplaces. Founded in 1834, the
Institute is a voluntary, ecumenical agency
affiliated with the Episcopal Church.
SCI–PORT NEWARK
CARE
To make a financial gift, go online to SCI maintains a staff of
118 Export Street
seamenschurch.org and click DONATE, Port Newark, NJ 07114
professional chaplains with
or mail your contribution to our interfaith and cross-cultural
T +1 (973) 589-5828 backgrounds. Chaplains
headquarters in New York.
F +1 (973) 817- 8565 and volunteers assist thousands of
mariners each year, extending a
hand of friendship and hospitality.

Facebook.com/seamenschurch
Twitter: @seamenschurch
Instagram.com/seamenschurch
LAW & MARITIME VOLUNTEER
ADVOCACY EDUCATION KNITTING
SCI operates a full-time, SCI’s Center for Maritime Volunteer knitters from
free legal aid program Education (CME) empowers around the country create
for merchant mariners. mariners with valuable garments as symbols of
The Center for Seafarers’ training, providing professional SCI’s mission of hospitality.
Rights (CSR) works to improve advancement opportunities through Each year, SCI distributes these
laws and practices that protect SCI-developed and USCG-approved warming gifts to mariners far
mariners and increase the safety and courses. Instructors train mariners using away from home, in port and
security of the maritime industry. adult education principles and the latest along inland river waterways.
computer simulation technology.
6    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

FROM OUR CHAIRMAN
Dear Friends,
As I come on board as Chairman of the Seamen’s Church Institute, I am reminded of what a unique organization
it is, and how many special people are connected with it. Taking over as SCI Chairman after Mr. Richard du
Moulin is no small task. He has served SCI faithfully, energetically, and successfully.
In this role for the last six years, his legacy is that SCI is in a stronger position than ever to fulfill its mission of
chaplaincy, advocacy, and education.
As we turn toward the future, we are committed to serving the men and women of the maritime industry in
their day to day lives, and in the extraordinary situations they sometimes face. Through interactions with shipping
and towing companies, as well as the mariners themselves, SCI has been able to develop in-depth initiatives,
most recently relating to their mental health and well-being. Having served on the SCI board for nearly 20 years,
I take pride in leading this organization as it rises to meet new challenges.
I look forward to representing SCI and being a part of its historic journey.
Bruce G. Paulsen, Esq.
Chairman

Board of Trustees
CHAIRMAN CLERICAL VICE MEMBERS RADM Robert C. North (Ret.) The Rev. Canon Peter
Bruce G. Paulsen, Esq. PRESIDENTS Jens Alers Ted C. Petrone Larom***
The Rev. Phillip A. Jackson Molly C. Campbell* Jeffrey M. Platt Deirdre H. Littlefield
VICE CHAIRMAN The Rev. Dr. Daniel P. Matthews Timothy J. Casey Cindy Spoor Thomas L. McLane
Mark K. Knoy K. Blythe Daly, Esq. Christopher J. Wiernicki Capt. James J. McNamara
SECRETARY Matthew D. Davis Charles A. Robertson
HONORARY MEMBERS The Rev. Jean R. Smith, D.D.***
Kathleen C. Haines Richard T. du Moulin**
PRESIDENT & Mrs. C. Robert Allen III
James F. Farley Herbert W. Swain, Jr.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Morten Arntzen
Boriana Farrar John P. Tavlarios
The Rev. David M. Rider TREASURER Richard S. Berry, Esq.
Peter John Goulandris Paul R. Tregurtha
Alan S. Ginsberg Gale Chen
Gordon (Gordie) Keenan
VICE PRESIDENTS David S. French**
* Ex officio
James R. Lawrence
Niels M. Johnsen HONORARY Chester D. Hooper, Esq. ** Chairman Emeritus
Alfred Lee Loomis III**
B. Buckley McAllister, Esq. CHAIRMAN George M. Isdale, Jr.** *** Director Emeritus
Jennifer (Jenny) Moehlmann
Craig E. Philip The Rt. Rev. Andrew M.L. Gerhard E. Kurz
John D. (Jack) Noonan Current as of April 2018
Dietsche
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7    7

SHARING YOUR CONNECTION
The Rev. David M. Rider, President & Executive Director

In 2017, we asked you to “share your connection” to the The 2017 SCI Mountain Challenge once again welcomed
Seamen’s Church Institute (SCI). Our day-to-day work is vital for competitors to the mountains of Maine, testing physical limits
seafarers and mariners alike, but we can’t do any of it without and demanding teamwork and dedication in the spirit of the
you—our supporters, donors, partners, and friends. SCI assists men and women of the maritime. It was a huge success, and
mariners on the front-line, and we cannot stand alone. many new bonds were formed with individuals and companies
This Annual Report celebrates the many people who team who were first—although assuredly not last—timers to
up with us in different ways. Your connections with us range the event.
from giving financial support to attending events, to knitting, Finally, big changes occurred in the landscape for Port Newark.
to advocating on behalf of mariners, and even remembering The Bayonne Bridge was raised to accommodate the new breed
mariners in prayer. Each is important and meaningful to us, of larger container ships, the first of which sailed under it on
and yet more so to the seafarers who benefit from your June 26, 2017 (pictured below). Despite the huge size of these
generous spirit. By sharing your connection with SCI, you are vessels, the crews who sail them remain the same: fellow men
strengthening your connection with the maritime world. and women doing a vital job and coping with everything that life
In 2017, SCI spearheaded a variety of mariner wellness at sea entails. SCI has always been there for them, and we will
initiatives. Initially convening a mariner health roundtable with remain so in the future.
a focus on inland river personnel, we embarked on suicide Thank you for partnering with us, sharing your connection
prevention and intervention initiatives. Through this work, with SCI and, through us, standing by the men and women of
SCI demonstrates our deep commitment to mariner wellbeing: the maritime.
physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional.

The Zim Antwerp becomes the first neo-Panamax ship ever to sail
under the newly-raised Bayonne Bridge on June 26, 2017.
8    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

SCI HOSTS MARINER HEALTH ROUNDTABLE
On May 9, 2017, the Seamen’s Church Institute to the inland river community were covered: the Behavioral Therapy is an excellent tool for coping
hosted a roundtable on “Human Factors in Mariner difficulties of “transitioning” between boat and with stressors. SCI then introduced two of their
Health and Safety” at the Center for Maritime home life; stress caused by hearing about problems recently-developed resources relating to the issue.
Education in Paducah, KY. The event was attended at home without being able to do anything about The first, an e-learning module on suicide
by individuals from nine different companies them; typical issues of loss, or “losing out” on home awareness and prevention, can be taken
representing brown water, blue water, and the life such as missing birthdays, milestones, or other anywhere, at any time by those who are part
Great Lakes, as well as some interested independent important life events because of being on board of SCI’s e-learning network. SCI developed the
parties. Two experts in Occupational Medicine the vessel; access to lethal methods in the form module with the collaboration of the Education
from Yale Medical School attended, plus a group of of hunting equipment; under-disclosure among Development Center (EDC), as well as the
SCI staff. men of emotional problems, physical ailments or American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
The day was split into two parts, the first dealing medications; and reluctance to talk about the issues (AFSP), a national charity and think-tank dedicated
with the issue of suicide prevention in the inland relating to mental health in wider society. to the issue.
river community. On this subject, the group heard Dr. Rafael Lefkowitz of Yale reminded the group This module is ideal for providing a brief overview
from SCI Chaplain Kempton Baldridge, who shared that changes in culture come from the very top of the problem, offering advice and resources
his experience in dealing with the aftermath of of an organization; the encouragement to disclose when dealing with employees who are considering
mariner suicide. A group discussion of the issue problems without fear of reprisal is a message that suicide. SCI’s unique position as a trusted third
ensued, covering topics such as setting cultural has to trickle down through the hierarchy, and it party within the maritime community means
and company norms so that employees feel able takes time for this to happen. that they are able to take resources relating to
to openly discuss thoughts of suicide they may SCI President and Executive Director, David Rider, the wider population and customize them to the
have. Risk factors for suicide that pertain especially stated that professionally-delivered Cognitive inland mariner community.
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7    9

The second major resource offered by SCI is a
two-day LivingWorks ASIST (Applied Suicide MY CONNECTION:
Intervention Skills Training) course. This is an
internationally-recognized course which provides INGRAM BARGE COMPANY
participants with the skills to recognize when SUSTAINING SPONSOR
someone is at risk of suicide, approach the issue
with them, and put together an effective plan which
Orrin Ingram is the CEO of Ingram Barge Company, a long-time supporter of SCI
will help them to achieve “safety for now.” Three and one of our Sustaining Sponsors. Ingram Barge Company has been an SCI training
SCI staff members undertook intensive coaching partner at our Center for Maritime Education in Paducah since the facility opened
to become officially registered ASIST trainers, and in 1997.
the Institute is offering the course to anyone who
wishes to join it but particularly those involved in the Two of SCI’s mission areas are particularly important for Ingram. We got involved
with SCI primarily because of their maritime education program. We run our
maritime community.
captains, pilots, engineers, and steersmen through CME-Paducah so they can work
During the afternoon session, the discussion turned on the simulators, refresh the rules of the road, and hone their skills. It’s really a
towards mariner health more generally, with a fine-tuning for how they work out on the river.
presentation from Dr. Lefkowitz on mariner wellness Second, we’re a family business and we try to treat people as much as possible like
as it relates to diet and nutrition. This led into part of the family. That’s why SCI’s river ministry is something that’s been of great
participants sharing their company’s approaches value to us. When one of our people has an issue at home or on the boat, it’s great
to mariner health, menus, and eating on the boat. to know that an SCI Chaplain can visit them and provide care and a listening ear.
Various ideas were presented to encourage mariner They often do it better that we can ourselves!
wellness, including the development of healthier
At Ingram, the extra things we can do for our associates through SCI are really important. SCI is unique in that
cookbooks, weight-loss challenges and competitions, it’s a non-profit that can undertake for our training needs, but its Ministry on the River is extra value added that
coaching on biometrics, exercise equipment, and we were not expecting initially. It’s a full service capability; not only training, but also supporting our people
classes on nutrition. personally too. A normal “for-profit” company couldn’t fulfill the ministry aspect, and a regular not-for-profit
The conversation extended to other topics related to couldn’t fulfill the training component. SCI is special.
mariner health, including smoking cessation, fatigue,
dehydration, stress management, and exercise.
In the words of one participant, “It was a very helpful
day—it was enlightening and interesting to hear what
other people in the industry are doing. The open-
forum was well-facilitated and it was extremely useful
to hear from people in the medical profession as well
as those in the industry”.
SCI looks forward to working together to ensure
a better quality of life for mariners on the inland
waterways, and further afield.

For more information on SCI’s
e-learning module, contact
elearning@seamenschurch.org. To learn Ship Visitor Michelle
McWilliams spends
more about or to register for ASIST training, time with the crew on
contact ASIST@seamenschurch.org. board a container ship.
1 0    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

THE 2017 SCI MOUNTAIN CHALLENGE:
A TEST OF ENDURANCE, INSPIRED BY MARINERS
September 2017 saw 150 participants representing But why a mountain race? SCI believes it’s symbolic. Cargill was the Lead Event Sponsor for the 2017 SCI
44 companies from the maritime industry Each working day, mariners push themselves in a Mountain Challenge, as well as the Peak Challenge
compete against each other in the mountains of race against time and nature to deliver the world’s Sponsor (award for the fastest team to hike between
western Maine to raise funds for the Seamen’s commerce. Taking place on land and water, the SCI two peaks). Other sponsors included TOTE, who
Church Institute (SCI). The third biennial SCI Mountain Challenge acknowledges many of the sponsored the Geo-Cache Challenge; McAllister
Mountain Challenge provided participants with the hardships mariners confront on a daily basis: the Towing, who sponsored the Cairn-Building Challenge;
opportunity to push their physical limits in support elements (facing northern New England’s notoriously Liberian Registry, who sponsored the Event Bags;
of mariners who face extreme conditions every unpredictable weather), isolation (teams work self- Teekay Shipping, who sponsored the Fueling Station;
day to keep our modern way of life afloat. Course sufficiently on the mountain and water race courses) and Scorpio Bulkers and Scorpio Tankers, who
times, plus philanthropy dollars raised, contributed and physically demanding work (participants ascend sponsored the Finish Line Celebration.
to each team’s overall final ranking and awards. over 3,000 feet each day). Jennifer Koenig, SCI’s Director of Development,
said, “We are grateful for the overwhelming support
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7    11

MY CONNECTION:

DEL BOBISH
2017 SCI MOUNTAIN
CHALLENGE COMPETITOR
Del Bobish is Senior Terminal Manager for Port Newark
Container Terminal and has worked in the industry for 25 years. He
was a first-time competitor in the SCI Mountain Challenge in September
2017, and he and his PNCT teammates, Nick Addison and Dan Lynch,
took home second place in the Top Overall (Course Completion + Del Bobish (center) with PNCT teammates
Dan Lynch (L) and Nick Addison (R).
Philanthropy)—Junior Varsity category.
When I first heard about the SCI Mountain Challenge, I thought it looked like a lot of fun and would provide
motivation for me to push myself and commit to getting into shape! When I realized the Philanthropy Challenge
for this event. The competitors gave 100% on
was part of the event, I thought it was great that I could raise money for a good cause at the same time. I think I
the mountain course as well as the Philanthropy
was so successful in the philanthropy challenge because after 25 years in the industry my colleagues and business
Challenge. Their tenacity is inspiring and has a major associates have turned into friends. SCI has a great reputation as a sincere charity that does excellent work,
impact on SCI’s fundraising.” so when I approached my friends, they supported me generously because they were also giving to SCI. Not
Congratulations go to team Baere Force 1 from only did I help SCI but I was rewarded in so many other ways. Crossing the finish line gave me a great sense of
Core Petroleum and Baere Maritime, 2017’s overall accomplishment, kept me working out, and turned two longtime colleagues into real buddies.
winners, whose combined Varsity course time I believe SCI is a worthwhile cause, and I see their vans picking up seafarers all the time in Port Newark. I attended
plus fundraising total put them in first place. For a military academy and also have a background in trucking, so I recognize that being a seafarer is a lonely profession
Junior Varsity, overall first place went to The Schulte and a tough one. SCI is the friendly face that meets seafarers, remembers them and helps them in so many way—
Summiteers from Bernhard Schulte. Fastest course especially connecting with home.
completion for Varsity went to Challenge newcomers If this inspires you to take on the Challenge, the next one is scheduled for September 26–29, 2019!
Green Peak Partners. On the Junior Varsity course,
team Screaming Eagles from American Bureau of
Shipping came in fastest.

Please visit scimountainchallenge.com for
a complete listing of the 2017 awards.
1 2    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

CENTER FOR SEAFARERS’ RIGHTS INTERN REPORT
by Julianne Weidmann and seafarers; and the types of projects with which
I am a student at Tulane University School of Law, law firms become involved in the maritime world.
going into the second year of my law degree. In However, the most important part of my summer
summer 2017, I had the privilege of serving as the was the day-to-day work with Director Doug
Summer Legal Intern for the Seamen’s Church Stevenson. Each day brought fresh news of the
Institute’s (SCI) Center for Seafarers’ Rights challenges faced by seafarers, especially regarding
(CSR), under the guidance of Director, Douglas B. wage issues, repatriation, maintenance and cure
Stevenson, Esq. Through my work at SCI, I became complaints (relating to a seafarer’s right to medical
immersed in the maritime community, making and living expenses from his employer for any
connections at industry events and outings, and injury arising during the course of his employment.)
interacting with the seafarers who are the backbone Director Stevenson fostered my passion for advocacy,
of international shipping, and therefore global and encouraging me to research legislation connected
national economies. to maritime law and seafarers’ rights, delve into
At first glance, a visitor passing by Port Newark, NJ case law relating to seafarers’ legal complaints, and
might be taken aback by the stacks of containers, better communicate with international seafarers. This
the abundance of trucks on the roads, and the experience has shown me what I am truly driven by:
giant industrial machines throughout the port area. service to my client and passion for advocacy. I will
Yet, working in the port has given me a greater continue to cultivate these passions upon my return
appreciation for the people behind this industry. to Tulane.

This summer, my main project was to compile and
analyze the SCI’s annual Shore Leave Report for
2017. I also received and drafted responses to legal
complaints by seafarers. Furthermore, I researched
and composed a legal guide for chaplains on how
to handle complaints of harassment and bullying
from seafarers.
Some other highlights included assisting with SCI’s
2017 Silver Bell Awards Dinner and Maritime Forum,
attending the Marine Money ship finance conference,
visiting the Liberian Registry, spending two days
with the United States Coast Guard, and visiting
ships in Port Newark. Through all these events and
experiences, I met many people from several fields
within the maritime industry, learning about topics
such as: how P&I clubs and health professionals
interact to protect seafarers; efforts to defend against
cyber attacks in the shipping industry; the important
role the USCG plays in protecting the environment
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     1 3

MY CONNECTION:

CHRISTIAN MOLLITOR
ROPER LEGACY SOCIETY MEMBER
Christian Mollitor is the Managing Director of Decatur Marine Audit & Survey. He first got
to know SCI through his previous position with the Liberian Registry. Christian is an alumnus of the U.S.
Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, and spent three years at sea before establishing his career on
land. He recently included SCI in his estate plans.
Why do you think giving to SCI matters?
SCI does a lot of excellent work for seafarers. Having previously been a mariner myself I know it’s
particularly important for organizations like SCI to provide support for them, especially when they’re
far away from home and haven’t seen their families in a long time. Also, if they’re part of a religious
community, they often haven’t had a chance to connect with that group, so those spiritual services are
essential too. SCI’s role in this regard, its legal advocacy, and the maritime training it provides for the
inland marine industry adds up to a lot of very valuable and significant work.
What prompted you to include SCI in your estate plans?
I have built a relationship with SCI over the last 5 years by going to events like the Silver Bell Awards
Dinner and Mountain Challenge. Now, with Decatur Marine, I’m learning about what SCI is doing in
Paducah and last year I attended the River Bell Awards for the first time. I’ve been able to see SCI in
action throughout my involvement with them, which is one of the main reasons why I extended my
giving from corporate and personal gifts to also being a legacy donor and including SCI in my estate
plans. Recently, I was writing my trust and a portion of that is set aside for non-profits and charities,
so of course SCI was at the top of the list!

Christian Mollitor takes on the 2017
SCI Mountain Challenge course.
1 4    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

SCI HOLDS FIRST APPLIED SUICIDE
INTERVENTION SKILLS TRAINING WORKSHOP
On July 13–14, 2017, the Seamen’s Church Institute the challenging work/life rhythms of extended The workshop, developed by a company called
(SCI) ran a two-day Applied Suicide Intervention deployment to highly structured boat life, followed LivingWorks Education, was presented by
Skills Training (ASIST) workshop for shore-side by extended return home to less structured family the Rev. David Rider and Dr. Naomi Walker
personnel in the inland river industry. The workshop life. Mariners may view themselves as ruggedly self- (Director of Communications for SCI), both
took place in SCI’s Center for Maritime Education, sufficient and defer seeking professional medical and accredited ASIST trainers. It dealt directly with
Paducah, KY, and was very well-received by all mental health support when they need it. attitudes about suicide prevention and also
who attended. Some 5% of Americans have thoughts of suicide taught participants to recognize people who
The ASIST course teaches the necessary attitudes, each year, and suicide behaviors are far more might be at risk. According to Naomi Walker,
knowledge, and skills to recognize persons at risk, common than most people think. Almost major risk indicators include sudden changes in
and to undertake appropriate management or everyone will come into contact with suicide behavior or personality, feelings of hopelessness
referral of a person who is having thoughts of suicide. behaviors in some significant way during their life. or depression, previous suicide attempts, and
This course provides a natural extension of the “Many people have been trained to administer most importantly, statements expressing a
mariner health roundtable hosted by SCI in May for physical first aid such as CPR,” noted the Rev. desire or intention to die. One of the most
companies representing the inland river industry. David M. Rider (President and Executive Director important skills to have, she emphasized, is the
of SCI), “but very few know about emergency first ability to ask directly about suicide, thereby
Suicide remains a concern among towing opening honest discussion of the topic.
operators because of many recent fatal cases and aid for preventing suicide.”
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     1 5

One participant said of the course, “This exceeded
my expectations. While I’ve been professionally MY CONNECTION:
trained before, here I learned new skills and
processes that were simpler and more useful.” L’ÉGLISE FRANÇAISE
Another commented, “This was an excellent
workshop—I feel I’m leaving with a whole new set of
DU SAINT-ESPRIT,
skills that will benefit all facets of my life.” NEW YORK
SUPPORTING PARISH
A full list of course times, fees, and
dates offered by SCI can be found at Based in New York city, L’Église Française du
seamenschurch.org/ASIST. SCI Saint-Esprit, also known as the “French church”
welcomes workshop participants from the has supported SCI for over 30 years. The current
river maritime community, churches, social rector is the Rev. Nigel Massey.
welfare organizations, and the general Previously there was a time when members of The Rev. Nigel Massey (second from left) and his
public over age 16. Those interested in our church were also members of SCI’s board. team from L’Église Française du Saint-Esprit
enrolling or finding out more should email For many years, our Senior Warden was someone
ASIST@seamenschurch.org or call who had served in the merchant marine, giving us an insight into the need for the services SCI provides.
+1 (212) 349-9090. Saint-Esprit makes annual donations to several charitable organizations covering several different areas
Persons struggling with suicide should of mission, both domestic and international. Our church comprises many members who live far away
contact the National Suicide Prevention from their home country, and many who are the descendants of refugees. SCI’s mission appeals to
Lifeline on 1-800-273-8255 or their us because it reaches out to those who are isolated through spending many months away from their
healthcare provider. family while at sea. This year, we were particularly touched by the initiative for suicide prevention and
the educational program that SCI launched in this area. We hope to continue this fruitful engagement
with the mission of SCI and look forward to paying a visit to the International Seafarers’ Center in
Port Newark!

“Society has seen an increase in suicide over recent years among young people, military veterans, and
other groups. Our tow-boaters are not immune to this trend. Like any treatable illness, I believe it is
critical to focus on what we can do as individuals and organizations to help address this growing concern:
we can make a difference.
SCI’s ASIST training was excellent. The two-day course provides tremendous insight into how we can
respond to signs that someone is struggling. I now feel very confident in my ability to help someone who
needs support but is afraid or unwilling to ask for it. We learned about the importance of working through
immediate issues to achieve ‘safety for now,’ and supporting the person at risk as they seek professional help.
The training is like CPR for mental well-being, and is hugely important as we address the issue of suicide.”
Oscar Harrell
AVP, Human Resources, Ingram Barge Company
1 6    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

PORT NEWARK BECOMES BIG SHIP READY
In the 1930s, the New York harbor bustled with America in terms of import/export activity. The in excess of 14,500 TEUs have begun transiting
traffic, and residents living in the region were starting maritime industry brings us 90% of everything the world’s oceans.
to move outward from the city. The Bayonne we consume—electronic devices, cars, paper, grain, The Bayonne Bridge, spanning from Staten Island,
Bridge was built as a link between Staten Island and salt, orange juice, and Belgian blocks to name just NY to Bayonne, NJ, previously inhibited the entry
Bayonne, replacing a ferry service between the two a few. Cargo vessels arriving into Port Newark of these larger ships to Port Newark/Port Elizabeth.
states. The bridge was built with 151 ft. air clearance, currently range in size from being able to carry This had a significant impact on the Port’s economic
which for the next 80 years left plenty of room 5,000 TEUs (Twenty Foot Equivalent Units—the potential. Therefore, it was decided to raise the
to accommodate ships sailing into the still-growing average container) to 8,000 TEUs. Now, with roadbed of the Bayonne Bridge to ensure that the
Newark Bay. the expanded Panama Canal, so-called “New Port of New York and New Jersey was “Big Ship
Today, Port Newark and Port Elizabeth form a Panamax” ships carrying up to 14,500 TEUs, and Ready.” The $1.6 billion plan was completed in
critical transportation hub, and rank third in North ULCVs (Ultra Large Container Vessels) carrying
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     1 7

February 2017, with the new bridge now having an
air draft of 215 ft. MY CONNECTION:

The first Neo-Panamax ship ever to sail under the
newly-raised Bayonne Bridge arrived at Port Newark-
JACK NOONAN
Elizabeth Marine Terminal on June 26, 2017. The SCI TRUSTEE
bridge was raised specifically to accommodate these
new giant vessels, and the Zim Antwerp was the first Jack Noonan, President of Binnacle Maritime LLC, is a graduate of the
to arrive (see photo on page 7). U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point. He has been involved with SCI
On September 7, 2017, the largest vessel ever for a number of years, and joined the Board of Trustees in 2017.
to visit the East Coast arrived under the newly- My first experience with the Seamen’s Church Institute was in
raised Bayonne Bridge, the brand new 14,400 TEU August 1980 when I stayed at the SCI NYC residence while taking my
container ship CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt. A USCG 2nd Mate’s license exam. I returned in 1983 to stay there during
team from SCI visited the ship soon after it berthed, my Chief Mate’s license exam. Over the past ten years, as CEO of
enjoying a tour and talking with the crew. As the age Chembulk Tankers, I sponsored tables at the annual Silver Bell Awards
of the “New Panamax” arrives, SCI looks towards Dinner, which I viewed as an excellent client appreciation event. However,
the future while drawing on a history of long-term I have since come to realize that SCI meant more to me than those
commitment to seafarers’ wellbeing. experiences. SCI’s mission of concern for the welfare of the seafarer, via
its maritime education and training programs and its chaplaincy, brought
me back to my own roots as a seafarer. More importantly, my support for
SCI is driven by my belief that giving back is not only an obligation but it
is also a privilege. I say privilege because the term “giving back” connotes
that one received something in the first place and is in a position to give
back. I am proud to be an SCI Trustee and feel honored to support its mission.

The CMA CGM Theodore Roosevelt
approaches the newly-raised Bayonne
Bridge on September 7, 2017.
1 8    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

MARINER THANK YOUS
CHRISTMAS ON THE RIVER
CHRISTMAS AT SEA From the crew of the tug Weddell Sea, thanks to
all at SCI. The knitted caps and other items were a
Dear Seamen’s Church Institute welcome treat! Best wishes for this holiday season.
Thank you so
much for the
Christmas gifts Dear Christmas on the River,
the crew of our Thank you for the winter care package that you sent
good vessel to our boat. I went downstairs into the deck locker
received during and the whole crew was putting on the scarves you
our stay in Port sent, just in time for the coldest day of the year thus
Newark from far. We all appreciate the time and care put into those scarves. Also, please pass on a “Thank
December you” to Troop 54284 out of Western Pennsylvania for the Christmas cards. We’ll be thinking
13th–15th, 2017. of them when we purchase our Girl Scout cookies in the upcoming year. Merry Christmas and
The ship Happy New Year from the crew of the David L. Fields!
Columbine Maersk is a Danish-flagged
container vessel with crew from Denmark, Sincerely,
India, Thailand, the Philippines, Ukraine, Captain Jeff Stoneking and Crew of the David L. Fields
England, and China. At the moment we are
in the Mediterranean Sea heading to the
Far East!
Thank you again and best regards
Ingolf Zeuch
Chief Engineer
Columbine Maersk
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     1 9

MY CONNECTION:

CENTER FOR MARITIME EDUCATION  TRAINING PARTNERS
“The Seamen’s Church Institute’s Center for Maritime Education serves as an integral strategic
partner in increasing mariners’ proficiency, thereby improving maritime safety and reducing marine
casualties. SCI’s efforts have been instrumental in helping mariners use navigational tools to effectively
and efficiently evaluate and mitigate risk, which is necessary for safe vessel operations.”
CDR Mark Sawyer
Commanding Officer, Marine Safety Unit Paducah

“We have been using the SCI e-learning program for almost a year and a half now, and the
system is very straightforward and user-friendly. The courses are easy to follow and the information is
pertinent to mariners on the river. I would recommend the SCI program to anyone—two thumbs up.”
Kris Tower
Safety & Environmental Coordinator, Magnolia Marine Towing

“Doing a feasibility study with SCI
meant that we were able to obtain a
reduction in the navigation clearance
width for our bridge from the U.S.
Coast Guard. This reduction increased the number
of feasible bridge types we could consider, thereby
improving our opportunities for finding the lowest-
cost river crossing.
Everything went smoothly during the SCI study,
and we were able to consider the best option
for our company. We were very happy with the
outcome, and I would certainly recommend SCI to
other companies considering feasibility studies for
similar projects.”
Murat Aydemir
Supervising Engineer, Parsons
2 0    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

CENTER FOR SEAFARERS’ RIGHTS: CASE STUDY
by Douglas B. Stevenson, Esq. to be repatriated when the ship arrived in Toronto. was that the seafarer was repatriated from the vessel
Just before Christmas 2017, the Rev. Judith Altree, He was informed that no relief was available, and at its first port call in Canada on December 27.
port chaplain in the Ontario ports of Toronto, he would not be repatriated until the ship returned Unfortunately, this case is not unusual. A small
Hamilton, and Oshawa asked my help in repatriating a to Europe. number of ship operators attempt to economize
Filipino seafarer whose ship was tentatively scheduled After discussing the case with Chaplain Judith, on crew replacement and repatriation expenses by
to arrive in Toronto between December 21–23. The we decided that the Center for Seafarers’ Rights extending seafarers’ contract beyond their expiration
seafarer had completed his contract plus one month’s (CSR) would contact the seafarer and obtain his dates against the seafarers’ wishes. CSR supports
extension in November, and he wanted to go home authorization to intervene with the shipowner on his seafarers by helping them enforce their legal rights
to be with his family, so he asked the ship’s master behalf, which we did. The result of our interventions contained in their employment contracts.

Doug Stevenson talks with a seafarer on board
a container ship docked in Port Newark, NJ.
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     2 1
2 2 A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

2017 STATISTICS
8,598 56 4,307
seafarers visited on board ships in the Port of new CSR cases involving work-related issues, mariners from 18 different companies received
NY & NJ such as contracts, wages, immigration and online training
shore leave, medical, repatriation, death
benefits, abandonment, discrimination and
harassment, criminal, and qualifications

19,153 1,760
seafarers, truckers, and port workers used the maritime workers met or assisted by chaplains
International Seafarers’ Center in Port Newark
1,028 on the inland rivers (of these, 90 received crisis
intervention, and 621 received counseling)
mariners from 30 different companies received
training at SCI–Paducah

13,997 301
seafarers transported by SCI vans in the Port of
NY & NJ
1,268 vessels/crew visited/ministered to on the inland
rivers and in the Gulf of Mexico
mariners from 26 different companies received
training at SCI–Houston

1,364 20,270
ships visited in the Port of NY & NJ
knitted gifts received from 1,263 volunteers in
all 50 states, and delivered to mariners working
away from home at Christmastime
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     2 3

Photo ©StephaniedeRouge
2 4    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7 (in thousands) 2017 2016
SUPPORT AND OPERATING REVENUE:

2017 FINANCIAL
Contributions and grants $1,556 $2,403

Program service revenue:

SUMMARY Maritime Education and Training
International Seafarers’ Center
2,511
103
2,087
132
Investment income, net 454 436
The Seamen’s Church Institute of Special event income1 1,437 1,053
New York and New Jersey
Other income 171 337
TOTAL SUPPORT AND OPERATING REVENUE 6,232 6,448

EXPENSES:
Program services:
Center for Maritime Education 2,846 2,825
Port Newark Seafarers’ Services 1,554 1,636
Programmatic Outreach 505 501
Policy, Advocacy, and Law 449 437
El Faro Relief Fund 150 378
Bay Area Seafarers’ Services - 72
TOTAL PROGRAM SERVICES 5,504 5,849

Supporting Services:
Management and general 1,280 1,202
Fundraising & Communication 853 735
TOTAL SUPPORTING SERVICES 2,133 1,937

TOTAL EXPENSES 7,637 7,786

Deficit of support and operating revenue (1,405) (1,338)
over expenses
Loss on disposal of leasehold improvement - (64)
Net realized and unrealized gains on investments 3,648 889

Changes in net assets 2,243 (513)
Net assets at beginning of year 42,703 43,216

NET ASSETS AT END OF YEAR $44,946 $42,703

Net of direct benefit to donors of $193 in 2016 and $227 in 2015
1
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     2 5

SUSTAINING AND SUPPORTING SPONSORS
Sustaining Sponsors provide unrestricted financial SUSTAINING SPONSORS
support of $100,000 or more per year. Supporting
American Commercial Barge Line Ingram Marine Group
Sponsors contribute at least $50,000 per year and
Contributing In-Kind Sponsors provide SCI with goods
or professional services in excess of $25,000 annually.
Together, these resources strengthen SCI’s chaplains’
ministry, legal advocacy and maritime education
programs. SCI expresses gratitude to our Sponsors, elite
companies that enable us to fulfill our mission. SUPPORTING SPONSOR CONTRIBUTING IN-KIND SPONSOR
Kirby Corporation Seward & Kissel LLP

DONORS
* Roper Legacy $25,000–$49,999 Bernhard Schulte Group Hunter Marine Transport, Inc. Starr Marine—A Member Crowley Maritime The Rev. and Mrs. Daniel P.
Society Member Blank Rome LLP International Marketing of Starr Companies Corporation Matthews, DD
** Volunteer Knitter American Bureau of Shipping Blue Man Productions, LLC Strategies, Inc. Teekay Shipping Detyens Shipyards, Inc. MCA Associates, Inc.
Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. J. Russell Flowers, Inc. Tidewater Inc. Dorian LPG The Miller Law Firm, PLLC
$100,000 AND Aon Risk Solutions Brown James Marine Community The UK Club/Thomas Eagle Bulk Shipping, Inc. MTI Network, Inc.
Canal Barge Company, Inc. Campbell Transportation Fund of the Community Miller (Americas) Inc. Eagle Shipping International Navios Group of Companies
ABOVE Cargill, Inc. Company, Inc. Foundation of West (USA) LLC New York Shipping
Kentucky, Inc.
American Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Capital Counsel, LLC
James Marine, Inc.
$5,000–$9,999 Mr. Lars Ebbesen Association, Inc.
Barge Line du Moulin* CGB Marine The Episcopal Diocese Nicoletti, Hornig & Sweeney
Ingram Barge Company Foremost Group Chembulk Tankers JLT Speciality Limited AIG Global Marine of New York Norstar Chartering
Kirby Corporation Genesis Marine, LLC Chevron Shipping John F. Dillon & Co., LLC Mr. Jens Alers Mr. and Mrs. James F. Farley North American Maritime
The New York Golding Barge Line, Inc. Company LLC Mr. and Mrs. Niels M. Johnsen Allianz Global Corporate Fearnley Securities Ministry Association Inc.
Community Trust Herman B. Golub Cooper/T. Smith Corporation Estate of Charles S. Keene and Specialty Guy Carpenter & Mr. Craig E. Philip and
Orrin H. Ingram Advised Charitable Trust Crounse Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Mark K. Knoy The American Club Company, Inc. Ms. Marian Ott*
Fund of the Community Scorpio USA LLC Mr. John Damiani Liberian Registry American Cruise Lines Mr. and Mrs. Mark Haines* Estate of Charles F. Pope
Foundation of Middle SeaRiver Maritime Inc. Delman Mortenson Life Saving Benevolent Anonymous Hill Rivkins LLP Port Newark Container
Tennessee TOTE Charitable Foundation Association Associated Terminals Mr. James Hohenstein & Terminal
Trinity Church Wall Street DNB Nor Bank ASA Marquette Transportation Bureau Veritas Ms. Sheryl K. Parkinson Poten & Partners, Inc.
Company, Inc.
$50,000–$99,999 of New York, NY DNV GL
B. Buckley McAllister, Esq.
C&B Marine, LLC Illinois Marine Towing, Inc. Ridgebury Tankers LLC
DVB Transport (US) LLC Cargill Marine & Terminal Inchcape Shipping Services Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd.
Estate of Sarah C. DeCoux Moran Towing Corporation International Registries, Inc. SCF Marine, Inc.
Estate of Estelle A. Manning
$10,000–$24,999 Estate of Carolyn
Davis Fernandez Mr. Jack Noonan
Channel Shipyard Co. Inc.
International Support Vessel Sealift Holdings, Inc.
Charles Taylor P&I
McAllister Towing The American Waterways Freehill, Hogan & Mahar Ozinga Bros, Inc. Management Owners Association Squire Patton Boggs
and Transportation Operators GARD (North America), Inc. Pangaea Logistics (Americas), Inc. JB Marine Services, Inc. Statue Cruises, LLC
Company, Inc. AmherstMadison Gaslog Partners LP Solutions Ltd. The Church Pension Fund K & L Gates LLP Trans Sea Transport Group
KeyBank Trustee for the Anonymous (3) George D. Benjamin Pine Bluff Sand-Gravel Connecticut Maritime Mr. Ludwig W. Knapp XL Catlin
Kate B. Sheadle Trust The Bahamas Maritime Foundation, Inc. Seward & Kissel, LLP Association, Inc. Kongsberg Digital Simulation
Authority Heidmar Inc. Cooper Consolidated Marine Systems, Inc.
2 6    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

East Side River Mr. Paul Knowles Mr. and Mrs. Tim Parker TPG Marine Enterprises, LLC Chartworld Shipping Mr. Campbell Houston
$1,000–$4,999 Transportation, Inc. and Mr. Gerhard Kurz Parker Towing Company, Inc. Transportation Institute Corporation Pres. Michael Hume
JEM Transportation L’Église Française du Pasha Hawaii Holdings, LLC Trinity Industries, Inc Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Mr. Kevin Hunt
1919 Investment Counsel
Mr. and Mrs. John Eckstein Saint-Esprit Church Bruce G. Paulsen, Esq.* Mr. Calvin Tsang Chubb, III Mr. Kenneth Hvid
AEP River Operations
Eisner Amper LLP of New York, NY Mrs. Karen Pearson UBS Financial Services Mr. Jim Cirenza International Commerce
Alpemar Shipping Agency
Mr. Per Ekmann Laborde Products Mr. and Mrs. Ted C. Petrone United NY & NJ Sandy Ms. Gloria Comorote Club of NJ
American Merchant Marine
Veterans—Dennis A. Enterprise Marine Mr. and Mrs. James R. The Philip and Janet Shapiro Hook Pilots Benevolent Mr. Harry Conrad-Pickles International Longshoremen’s
Roland Chapter Services LLC Lawrence* Family Foundation, Inc. Association Mr. John Crane Association
Anonymous (3) Episcopal Church Women of Liberty Maritime Corporation Pier Sixty, LLC US Bank Mr. Ed Curley Ms. E.W. Jewell**
the Diocese of Long Island The Loomis Foundation Mr. Robert Pierot Mr. Volkert van Reesema Mr. and Mrs. Sean Dalton Mr. Samuel Jones
Aon
Evansville Marine Service, Inc. along with Mr. and Polen Capital Mr. Daniel Warner K. Blythe Daly, Esq. Jones Walker LLP
Association of Ship Brokers Mrs. Alfred L. Loomis, III*
& Agents (USA) Inc. Ms. Marilyn Feldman Management Corp. Watson Farley & Williams Dataprise Mr. Sven Juul
Fidelis Continental LLC Estate of George P. Lumsden The Port Authority Weber Marine, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Mr. Larry Kaye
Atlas Manufacturing Co., Inc.
Flexi-Van Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lyons of NY & NJ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Weil Davis Mr. Paul Kearns
The Rev. and
Mrs. Kempton D. Baldridge Mr. and Mrs. Larry Franklin Magnolia Fleet, LLC Port of Paducah Whitlow, Roberts, Houston Ms. Nancy Davis** Mr. Samuel Kellner
Berkley Offshore Mr. Bill Gallagher Maher Terminals, LLC Propeller Club & Straub, PLLC Mr. Declan de Val Mr. Christopher G. Kelly
Underwriting Mr. Ajit Gangadhara Mr. Brian Malone Ports America, Inc. Mr. Richard Xin Ms. Rebecca DeLaet Kennedy Lillis Schmidt
Managers, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ginsberg Mr. Harold L. Malone III Mr. Frank X. Prudent Yager Marine Industries Mizzen Maritime, LLC & English
Bermuda Container Line Ltd. Great American Ms. Elena Maniatopoulou Q88 LLC ZF Marine, LLC Mr. Stuart Dench Mr. Vassilis Kertsikoff
Biehl & Company LP Insurance Co. Marathon Petroleum LLC Ms. Beverly J. Reeves** East Coast Warehouse & Killeen & Stern
Mr. Arne Blystad Great American Lines, Inc. Marine and Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Distribution Company
Bollinger Shipyards, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Green Claims Association Reeves
$500–$999 Capt. Edward Eichhorn
Mr. Keith Kirkeide
Mr. Raymond Kisswany
Mr. Timothy P. Brennan Green Peak Partners Marine Transportation Reinauer Transportation Co. Ms. Martha C. Adams ERL Commercial Marine, Inc. Mr. Alex Koutsakis
Mr. Thomas V. G. Brown Mr. Mike Hall Council Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Reisert Alaska Marine Lines, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Evensen Mr. George Kulaguz
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Burke Mr. Rick Hanks Mr. Todd Marshall The Rev. John A. Rollins** Alassia New Ships Evergreen America Kyle Conti Construction
Caddell Dry Dock & Heartland Barge Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, and Ms. Jan Paxton** Management Inc. Corporation
Coleman & Goggin Ms. Karen Landry
Repair Co., Inc. Mangement, LLC Ms. Corine Rosado Alexander S. Onassis Public FEDNAV Mr. Wendell Landry
Celtic Marine Corporation Hendry Marine Ms. Cynthia Masters Mr. Mark Ross Benefit Foundation USA Mr. Jeffrey Foreman
Capt. Brian and Mr. Jeffery Larsen
Ceres Consulting, LLC Henry C. & Karin J. Safe Bulkers, Inc. Dr. Michael A. Alfultis Capt. Brian Fournier Mr. Ben LeBlanc
Barkhorn Foundation Mrs. Rosemary McAllister Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Savoie Mr. Jay Allison
Chamber of Shipping Georg Duncker Insurance Lee Engineering
of America Hill, Betts & Nash LLP Ms. Nancy McAllister Mr. Birgit Schneider Mr. John Amante Brokers North America LP
McMullen Consultants, Inc. Supply Co., Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Kendall G. Chen Hintz Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Scrobe American River Mr. Gene Gerrard Mr. and Mrs. C. Lee Leonardt
Christ Church Cathedral Höegh Autoliners Inc. McNational, Inc. Seafarers International Transportation Co. Mr. Frank J. Gonynor
Ms. Stephanie Merrill Mr. Pui Yan Leung
of Cincinnati, OH Holland & Knight, LLP Union of North America Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gordon Mr. Steve Liberti
Mr. Donald Jerome Christian Mr. and Mrs. Chester D. The Rev. Deacon and Seaways, Inc. APM Terminals Grace Episcopal Church
Mrs. John A. Mignano Mr. Cesar Llanos
CMP Coatings Inc. Hooper* Mr. Adrian See Arrow Shipping Monaco of Madison, NJ
Mr. Frank Molfetta The Rev. and Mrs. John Lloyd
Mr. Ed Coll Ms. Anna Hu Mr. Edward Seebald Mr. Raf Aviner Mr. Norman Grill
Mr. Archibald Morgan, IV Lloyd’s Register Americas, Inc.
The Coll Family Foundation Inland Marine Service, Inc. Mr. Edward L. Shearer* Ms. Kelly Bakshi Mr. Matthew Gruber
Mouledoux, Bland, Mr. Michael Lykiardopulo
Compass Maritime Services International Organization of Sherwin-Williams Co. Mr. Philipp Bau Mr. Peter Gutowski
Masters, Mates & Pilots Legrand & Brackett Mr. Steve Lyles
Core Petroleum St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Mr. Howard Belgrod Mrs. Jane Haegele** Mr. Peter Malo
International Seaways Munich Reinsurance Church of Ridgewood, NJ
Cosco Container Lines Mr. and Mrs. Brad L. Berman Mr. and Mrs. T. Carter Ms. Denise Manning
Intrepid Shipping America, Inc.
Americas, Inc. Steamship Insurance Mr. Steve Beslity Hagaman
Mr. Raffaele Ippolito National Cargo Bureau, Inc. Marine Container
Mr. Michael Cotignola Management Blackrock Mr. Tilo Hahn
New England Shipping Services, Inc.
John B. Crockett Trust The Rev. Phillip A. Jackson Services Limited Richard Boudiette Mr. Anders Hansen
Company Maritime Association of
Crowley Cares Foundation Mr. Peter Jacullo Mr. Jason Strait Mr. Andrew Brooks Harbor Freight
Dr. Abigail C. Nichols** the Port of New York
DC Maritime Partners BV Mr. William E. Jenkins Suderman & Young Mr. Gregory Brotzge Transport Corp.
Mr. John Nicoletti, Esq. Marsh & McLennan
Diamond S Management LLC Ms. Arlene D. Jonach** Towing Company, LP Hartland Shipping Services
Mr. Christopher Nolan Mr. Jim Brown Companies
The Rt. Rev. and Ms. Patricia Jones Tauber Oil Co. Mr. Patrick Hayes
A. M. Nomikos & Mr. Peter Brunetti Mr. Bruce Mcallister
Mrs. Andrew Dietsche Ms. Ana Paula Jorgensen Teekay Shipping Ms. Jo Ellen Heil*/**
Son (UK) LTD Mr. Hugh Buchanan Mr. Colin McCluney
Mr. Robert J. Dillon The Journal of Commerce Mr. Jovi Tenev Mr. Moe Hein
RADM and Mrs. Robert C. Mr. Robert Burns Mr. David McCreadie
Direct ChassisLink, Inc Karl Senner LLC Terminal Shipping Co., Inc. Henry A. Petter Supply Co.
North (Ret.) Butler Consulting Ms. Jean McDonald
Ms. Enid Storm Dwyer*/** Keppel Offshore & Thompson Caterpillar Mr. and Mrs. Sybren Hoekstra
North Star Petroleum Mr. Max Carnegie-Jones Mr. Jim McEvilly
Dynasty Wealth Management Marine Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Mr. Matt Holzhalb
Ms. Kim Nowell Dr. Paul Carothers Mr. Thomas McKeon
Kingdom Foundation Inc. Tirschwell Mr. Rick Hooper
Mr. Kevin O’Daniels Mr. John Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L.
Ms. Gabriela Klongova Towing Vessel Mr. Richard L. Horton
Osage Marine Services, Inc. Mr. John Chandris McLane*
Inspection Bureau
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     2 7

Mr. Paul Merrill Mr. Guy Stocker Mr. Ken Cavanagh Gulf Intracoastal Canal Mr. Andrew Mass The Society of the Mr. Charles Allott
Metal Management Storm Geo Applied China Shipping North Association Mr. Walter Mattera Transfiguration of AmazonSmile
Northeast, Inc. Weather Technology America The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Medtronic Cincinnati, OH American Ship Repair
Metropolitan Marine Mr. Gary Swiggett Capt. Donald A. Cloes Hakoola Ms. Kristin Mellinger Mr. Derek G. Solon Company, Inc.
Maintenance Contractors Tabak, Mellusi & Shisha Mr. Edward Cole Mr. Mark Haranzo Mr. Michael Miller Mr. Alan Spackman Mr. Danny Andersen
Assoc., Inc. Thenamaris Conley Marine Services Ms. Pamela Harrington Moran Shipping Agencies, Inc St. James’ Episcopal Church Mr. George Andersen
Mr. Clarence F. Michalis Thornton Towing & Ms. Amanda Cook Dr. Edward Harris Mr. Bill Morelli of New London, CT Ms. Noreen Arralde
Mr. Robert Molfetta Transportation, LLC Ms. Judy Cooke Mr. Carl Hausheer Mr. Matthew Mozelak St. James’ Episcopal Church Mr. Tony Arvelo
Christian R. Mollitor, Esq.* Tisdale Law Offices, LLC Ms. Gwen Cooper Mr. Tom Helleboe of Ridgefield, NJ Mr. Anastasios Aslidis
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Murphy
Ms. Penelope H. Moodey Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tobia Ms. Marta Cope Mr. Robert Hickey Ms. Jeanine St. John Mr. Frank A. Atcheson
Mr. and Mrs. David A. Nourse
Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Morea Ms. Jan Torgersen Ms. Chrissie Courtney Mr. John Hudson St. Mary’s-by-the-Sea Mrs. Teresa Au
Ms. Lydia Ntousopoulou Episcopal Church of Point
Mr. Andrew Moulton Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Dr. and Mrs. James M. Ms. Meghan Huff Mr. William Nugent Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Muecke Tregurtha Pleasant Beach, NJ
Crawford CDR Robert J. Hughes, Jr. Odin Marine Inc. Ayotte**
Mr. Leendert Muller Mr. Theodore Veniamis St. Matthew by the
Ms. Suzanne Cyr Mr. David Huls Mr. Francis J. Olivo III Lake Luthern Church Mr. Matthew J. Bakker
NETCO Wallenius Lines Holding, Inc. Mr. Ralph D’Angelo Ms. Faith Humann OMI Environmental Solutions of Benton, KY Mr. Simon Barder
Mr. John Nichols Wallenius Wilhelmsen Ms. Casey Dalcher Mr. Ralph Iacono Oriental Freesia St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Ms. Christine M. Beady
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Nolet Logistics America, LLC Delphi Maritime LLC Mr. Jonathan Jackson of Rosedale, NY Andrea and George Beard
P.L. Ferrari & Co. SRL
Nordic Hamburg Ms. Pamela Walsh Deborah Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. Hilton M. Ms. Leslie Sutton Mr. Mike Beatty
Paducah McCracken
Shipmanagement Waterways Council, Inc. Mr. Christopher Desmond Jervey** County Convention Team Services, LLC Mr. Leland Beaumont
GmbH & Co. Westport Orange Shipyard Ms. Catharine L. Dohn** Mr. John Jones & Visitors Bureau Ms. Jill Beggs
Mr. Kevin Tokarski and
Mr. Dave O’Loughlin Ms. Sarah Wood Mr. Fotios Doussopoulous Mr. Ryan Jurewicz Estate of Almond M. Paine Capt. Beverly G. Mr. Paul Bell
OneBeacon Charitable Trust Mr. Emmanouil Xidias Mr. James Dowling K3 Maritime Agency, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Parrott Kelley, USCG (ret.) Mr. Tom Beney
Mr. Keith Palmisano Mr. and Mrs. John Doyle, Jr. Mr. Jeff Kindl Mr. Tim Paske Trinity Episcopal Church Mr. William Bennet
Mr. Petros Pappas
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Platt
$250–$499 Mr. Sean Durkin Kindra Lake Towing, LLP Patterson MFG of Cranford, NJ Mr. Michael Bergstrom
Mr. Alan M. Ehrlich Mr. Francis C. and the Ms. Genny Pearce Ms. Sofia van den Dijssel Mr. John Betz
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Pribor Mr. Alexandre Albertini Mr. Hank Eiserloh Rev. Mary E. Kisner** Mr. William Penn Volunteer Barge & Mr. Trevor Bevens
Ms. Rita Rasmussen** Ms. Kai Alsen Mr. Edward Emanuel Knights of Columbus Mr. James Pippard Transport, Inc. Mr. Ian Beveridge
Red Hook Container Mr. Mike Amiss Ms. Sandra Ennor No. 10962 Mr. James Power Mr. Don Warfield Mr. Neel Bhatia
Terminal LLC Mr. Hans Terje Anonsen Ms. Cari Koellmer The Waterways Journal
Episcopal Church of Mr. Michael Queally Mr. Mike Bibby
Regions Bank Anonymous the Good Shepherd Mr. HJ Marcel Krol Mr. Harold Watson
Mr. Carlos Ramos Mr. David Biddle
Mr. Ralph Richardson Ash Group, LLC of Fort Lee, NJ Mr. Stephen Krol Dr. and Mrs. J. Dix Wayman
Capt. and Mrs. William H. Mr. Robert Bigbie
The Rev. and Mr. Norman Atkins The Episcopal Church of Mr. Gil Landy Ray Mr. Walt Weaver
Mrs. David M. Rider Mr. Bob Blocker
Mr. Mike Baicher the Good Shepherd of Mr. Garrett Lange Ray Black & Son, Inc. Ms. Moira Whalen Mr. Del Bobish
Ms. Cathy Rinaldi Mr. Tim Barraclough Rocky Mount, NC The Rev. Canon and Wickford Seventh-Day
Mr. Martin Reith Mrs. Barbara Y. Bodden*/**
Rushing Marine Corporation Ms. Pamela Basey Episcopal Church Women of Mrs. Peter Larom Adventist Church of
Mr. Frank Rulh Mr. Michael Bodman
Ms. Catherine Sarvis Becker Marine Systems the Church of the Good Ms. Marie E. Larsen North Kingstown, RI
Shepherd of Rangeley, ME Mr. Levent Sadikoglu Ms. Claudia Lynn Boehm
Mr. Daniel Schulse Mr. Anthony Berritto Ms. Faith Larsen Mr. Keith Wild
Mr. T.J. Estep Salley, Hite, Mercer Mr. Erno Bonebakker
Mr. Mikkel Seidelin Mr. William Bevan Mr. David Lawrence & Resor, LLC Wilson Europe
Mr. Scott Sharp Ms. Janice Estes Capt. Peter G. Bonebakker
Mr. Mark Blanchard Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Mr. Jeffrey Santoro Mr. Walt Wire
Mr. John Skrinar Mr. John Fitzgerald Mr. Michael Bonehill
Mr. Andrew Boaz Lawrence Mr. Kenneth Schiels Ms. Cheryl Wolchik
Mr. Jamie Smith Debra Fontenot Ms. Linda Bonet
Mr. Timothy Boksa Living God Lutheran Church Mr. Fred Schlottmann Women’s Guild All Saints
Mr. Qian Qian Song Mr. Robert Force of Honey Brook, PA Church of Bay Head, NJ Mrs. Lorene Bonn**
Carol Smiley Bowie Mr. Timothy Schoolmaster Mr. Nicholas Bornozis
Mr. Evan Sproviero Mr. Tony Foster Mr. David Loane Wood Towing, LLC
Capt. and Mrs. Leo J. Ms. Vicky Schottelkotte Mr. David Bottge
St. Cross by-the-Sea Episcopal Braun, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David S. French* Mr. George Logothetis Mr. and Mrs. John M. Woods
Ms. Marijane Schrader Mr. Robert Boyd
Church of Hermosa, CA Mr. and Mrs. John P. Brennan Mr. and Ms. Bruce M. Gast Ms. Tamara Luther Ms. Gretchen M. Zience
Ms. Helen L. Scott Marlene Boyer
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Ms. Shannon Breuer Capt. Harry Gates Mr. Brian Madeiros
of East Hampton, NY Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Mr. Keegan Boyle
Mr. Michael Brokaw Mr. Charles Gildersleeve Mr. Lars-Peter Madsen Scull $100–$249
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Ms. Cheryl Goldstein Mr. Andrew Maffey Mr. David Brand
The Rev. James L. Burns Ms. Laura Sherman Mr. Sam Brice
of Montclair, NJ Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Gorski Mr. David Manion A. Wilard Ivers, Inc.
Ms. Patricia Burns Shipping & Finance, LLC Ms. Ann Bricker Lyons
Mr. Blake Stasa Ms. Patricia E. Grace Mr. Roger Marco Mr. Ben Abraham
Mr. Matthew Cairney Mr. Philip Silbereisen Mr. Dick Bronks
Mr. Peter H. Stephaich Mr. John Greco Marine Spill Response Corp. Ms. Cheryl Acker
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Mr. David Smith Mr. Paul Brotzge
Mr. Allen Stevens Ms. Lelia Greenewalt MarineCFO Inc. Ms. Ruth Acker
Carmany, III Mr. Peter T. and the
Douglas B. Stevenson, Esq. Ms. Elisa Grevatt Marocean Brokers, Inc. Mr. Philip Akeroyd Mr. Donald Broussard
Mr. Edward Carute Rev. Dr. Jean R. Smith**
Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Mr. Simon Griffith Martin Midstream Ms. Donna Albanese Mr. Carroll Brown
Mr. Brendan Casey Ms. Denise Sobczak**
Stevenson, Jr. Mr. Robert Grune Partners, LP Ms. Cristina Allegretti Mr. and Mrs. John F. Brown
Mr. Leo J. Cattoni
2 8    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

Mr. Russ Brown Mr. and Mrs. E. The Rev. Sally E. Durand CDR David Fillis Ms. Alice Gran Mr. Dan Hochstadt KOG Transport, Inc.
Mr. John D. Browning and Anthony Cowie E G Electrical Contractors Mr. John Finelli Mr. Philip Gran Ms. Judith P. Hodge** Mr. Chrys Komodikis
Ms. Stephanie Baas Capt. Mark P. Coynes Mr. John Early Mr. Clinton Fink Mr. Joe Grasso Mr. David Holland Ms. Judy Kook
Mr. Aditya Budhraja Capt. Robert Crafts, MD Mr. Evangelos Efstathiou Mr. Andrew Fischer Mr. Colin Gray Mr. Michael B. Holt Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kormanik**
Mr. Raymond Burke, Jr. Ms. Jeanine Craig Mr. Olav Ekeberg Mr. Adam Fisher Mr. Sean Gressler Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Ms. Nancy C. Kreager
Ms. Kimberly Burris Capt. John D. Crocker Mr. Paul Emanuel Ms. Donna Fisher Mr. Douglas Grevatt Holzman Ms. Mary Kremer-Hartrick**
Ms. Joan Butler** Mr. Michael Crowley Ms. Barbara J. English Mr. John Flatley Ms. Margaret Grevatt Ms. Elizabeth C. Hood** Ms. MJ Kress**
Mr. M. Andy Caine Mr. Pedro Cruz The Episcopal Church of Mr. Jeffrey Flaum Mr. and Mrs. G. Leslie Grimm Mr. John Hoopaugh Mr. Eric Kreuter
Ms. Christine Campbell Ms. Angela Csizmadia St. Mark of Brooklyn, NY Mr. Vincent Foley Mr. Glenn Gronseth Mr. Charles Hoover, Jr. Mr. John Kulukundis
Ms. Margaret Campbell Mr. Mario Cuevas The Episcopal Church Mr. William and Mr. Pete Grubb Mr. Roy Hormbeck Mr. Tae Il Kwon
Mr. Mark Canno Mr. Patrick Curry of St. Matthew Mrs. Mary Foltz** Mr. Marco Guerra Mr. Tim Horne
Mr. Ms. Crissy Labuta
Ms. Jeanne Cardona Ms. Darla Curtis and St. Timothy of Mr. and Mrs. John Fondrier Ms. Colleen Guiney Joel Houston Mr. Kenneth Lamb
Ms. Tricia Carney Mr. Mark Czarnecki New York, NY Mr. Andrew Forbis Mr. Thomas Howland
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Gumpel Mr. Kevin Landry
Ms. Jennifer Carpenter Capt. Kenny D’Silva The Episcopal Church of the Mr. Joshua S. Force Hubs Club
Annunciation of Oradell, NJ Ms. Michaela Guniey Mr. Skip Lane
Ms. Felicia Case Ms. Debbie Dalcher Smith Mr. Claus Frantzheld Ms. Kathleen Gustafson Mr. Dieter Michael Hugel Ms. Jessica Lang
The Episcopal Church of Mr. Ian Hunter
Mr. Mark Caspers Mr. Richard Dalton Ms. Laura Freedman Ms. Anne Gwynn Mr. Eric K. Larsson
the Good Shepherd
Castor Group LLC Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dalton of Tequesta, FL Mr. Lance Fridfinnson Mr. Adam Hagfors Mr. William Hurst Ms. Edith Lauderdale**
Capt. Daniel Cavaluzzi Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. Daly Episcopal Church Women Ms. Teresa Fritz Mrs. Adele Haley Mr. Stephen P. Huvane Ms. Helene LaVire
Ms. Jennifer Celiberti Mr. Forster Darling of All Saints Church Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Frost Mr. Jason Hall Mr. Costas Ioannides The Rev. Dr. and
Ms. Angela Chao Mr. Michael Davidowsky of Brooklyn, NY Mr. David Fuchs Ms. Carol Halvorsen Mrs. Florence Ioannou Mrs. John LaVoe
Mr. Michael Chapman Ms. Dorothy J. Davis** Episcopal Church Women Mrs. Holly Fuerstenberg Ms. Kerri Hamm Mr. Richard Isacsson Mr. William Lawes
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Mr. Edward De Castro of Christ Church of Osen Ms. Catherine Hammer Mr. Robert Janisch Mr. Gary Lawrence
Chapman Mr. Douglas De Couto Somers Point, NJ Mr. and Mrs. Brian Fuller Ms. Anne Hansen Mr. Michael Jarrett Mr. Brian Lee
Mrs. Nancy E. Charkes** Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dean Episcopal Church Women Mrs. Elaine Fuqua Mrs. Marilyn Hansen** Ms. Maria Victoria Jauregui Mr. Edward Lee
Mr. Clark Chase Capt. Michael J. Deane of Grace Church of G & H Towing Company Ms. Audun Jensen Mr. Bob Leef
Ms. Marina Hansen
Ms. Caryn J. Chechanover Mr. Donald DeFaria Windsor, CT Ms. Marina Gaglias Mrs. Etelvina U. Jimenez
Mr. Nils Hansen Mr. David Leefe
Ms. Susan Chernuka** Mr. Gianni Del Signore Episcopal Church Women Mr. Thomas J. Gallagher John S. Connor, Inc.
Mr. John Lloyd Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Charles F.
Mr. Anthony Chiarello of St. James’ Church
Ms. Camille DeLaite The Rev. Deacon Gail S. Hapag-Lloyd (America), Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Johnson Lehman
of Skaneateles, NY
Mr. Anuj Chopra Mr. Craig della Penna Ganter-Toback Happy Hookers for Christ Mr. Brian Jones Mr. and Mrs. Scott Leininger
Episcopal Church Women
Mr. Robert Christensen Mr. Nick Demont Mr. Justin Gardner of Ronkonkoma, NY Mr. Jonathan Jones Mr. David Leonard
of St. Peter’s Episcopal
Mr. David Christie Mr. Andreas Detzer Church of Sheridan, WY Mr. Graham Gardner Mrs. R.L. Hartge Ms. Neisha Jones Mr. Steve Levy
Ms. Peggy Chua Mr. James E. Devine Episcopal Church Women Mrs. Deborah J. Gasior** Samuel and Mary Lou Mr. George Kachmar Mrs. Mary Ellen Lewis**
Mr. Suk Young Chung Mr. Jay Devine of St. Philip’s Church Ms. Sarah Gayer Hartshorn Trust Ms. Jane Kalin Ms. Pamela Lewis
Church of the Atonement Mr. Michael DeVito of Brevard, NC Mr. Michael Gentile Mr. Ken Hasui Ms. Ina Kaso Mr. Dennis Liberti
of Carnegie, PA Mr. Rafael Diaz Oquendo Ms. Janet Epp-Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. William K. Ms. Susan M. Haswell Ms. Jill Kearns Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Mr. Michael Cikos Mr. Jay Diedzic Capt. David L. Erickson Gentry Mr. Stephen Hawke Ms. Marcia Keeler Lieblein
Mr. Peter Clark Mr. Robert DiMarsico Dr. Sara Erlich Penchuk Mr. Jahn Gerdes Mr. Ian Hawkes Mr. James Kelleher The Rev. Marjorie Lindstrom
Ms. Lindamarie Coatman Ms. Maria Dingstad Capt. John Esposito Mr. Barry E. Gerken Mr. David Hayes Mr. Joseph Kellogg Capt. Jennifer Linton
Mrs. Frances A. Cobb** Ms. Renee DiNovella Mrs. Pamela G. Estes Mr. and Mrs. Gregory G. Mr. John Hayes Ms. Allison Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
Ms. Evanthia Coffee European Maritime, LLC Gerwitz Mr. James Heaton Mr. James Kelly Littlefield
Ms. Jo-Anne DiValentino
Mr. DanYos Cohrlich The EZ Street Company Mr. Jeffrey Gidel Mr. Fritz Heidenreich Mr. Kevin Kendrick Dr. and Mrs. Paul H. Loflin**
Mr. Brandon Doerr
Mr. Eric Colby Mr. Emilio Fabbrizzi Mr. Alex Giles Ms. Rietta C. Henderson** Mr. Darryl Kennard Mr. Mark Lowe
Mr. Mark Dominick
Mr. Michael Coleman Mr. Charles Fabrikant Mr. David Gilmartin Ms. Inger H. Henricksen Mr. Todd Kenyon Mr. Edward Lundin
Mr. Tate Donovan
Ms. Trudy Coleman Facebook Mr. Danny Gladstone Ms. Mary Henry Mr. Kurt Kienitz Mr. Cesar Lurati
Mr. Gerard Dooley
Mr. Jeremiah Collins Mr. Dick Fagerstal Ms. Debbie Glenn Mr. Bengt Hermelin Mr. Glenn Kiesel Mr. Jason Lykens
Ms. Marjorie Dovman
Ms. Linda Conrad Mr. Dan Farkas Ms. Sarah Gochberg Mr. Nelson Hernandez Ms. Elsie B. Kimball** Ms. Christina Lynch
Ms. Juditha Dowd
Ms. Sharon Conyers** Mr. David Farnsworth Mr. Detlef Goessel Ms. Ruth L. Hess** Mr. Leo M. Kirchner Mr. Kenneth MacRitchie
Mr. Chip Downing
Ms. Crystal Cook Ms. Maria Favuzza Mr. Conway Goh Mr. Calvin Hester Mr. Robert Kirk Mr. John Maginot
Mr. Johnathan Dowsett
Capt. Joseph A. Cooper Ms. Ann Feltch Ms. Joan B. Gossner** Mrs. Marlene Heyer** Capt. and Mrs. Roger Kirk Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Makson
Mr. James Drakos
Capt. Thomas Copenhaver Mr. Eric Fenton Ms. Claudia Gotz Mr. Patrick Hickey Mr. Chris Kitsos Ms. Catherine Maldari
Mr. Peter Drakos
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Copp Mr. Matthew Ferguson Ms. Karina Gotz Mr. Luke Hill Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Klein Mr. Charles Maltby
Mr. Joseph P. Drucker
Ms. Joyce E. Cornelius** and Mrs. Kathleen Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Grace Episcopal Church Mr. Randy Hill Mr. Tim Klein Mr. Souvik Mandal
Ms. Mary Corwin Stoddart-Drucker Filanowski of Paducah, KY Mr. and Mrs. Anastasios P.
Ms. Allison Hilton Mr. Kenneth Kneisly
Ms. Sophie Coumantaros Ms. Elizabeth Duett Mr. and Ms. Ray Filbert Grace Episcopal Church Margaronis
of Rice Lake, WI Ms. Dania Hinedi Mr. Peter Knowles
Ms. Marisa Marinelli
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     2 9

Mr. Christopher J. Maro Capt. Andrew Murray PML, Inc. Rev. Katherine Salinaro Ms. Mary Sloan Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mr. Jeremy Westmore
Mr. David Marr Mr. Lance Myers Mr. Michael Poindexter Mr. Christopher Salmonese Mrs. Lillian Smellie** Sycher** Mr. Doug Wetzel
Ms. Jean Marshall Mr. Nikolai Nachamkin Ms. Carole Poltrock** Ms. Angelena Salti Mr. Adam Smith Ms. Joy Takahashi Mr. Chris Weyers
Mr. Duncan Martin Mr. Eric Nagel Ms. Nancy Poppe Ms. Ruth Salzman Ms. Carmina Smith Mr. Charles N. Tammara Mr. John Whalen
Mr. Ross Martin Mrs. Kathleen Nalen Ms. Jane Porter Mr. Michael Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Scott Smith Ms. Jacinta Tan Mr. Kevin Whalen
Mr. Stephen Martin National Insurance Brokers Mr. Anton Posner Mr. Michael Sapienza Mr. Simon Smith Mr. Robert Tangney Mr. Patrick Whalen
Mr. Steve Martino The Neal Family Mr. Michael Potter Mr. Graeme Sassarini Capt. and Mrs. Richard T. Ms. Alessandra Tebaldi Ms. Jeane Whelan
Mr. Ashish Mathur Dr. and Mrs. Robert R. Mr. and Mrs. G. Kent Price Mrs. Harriet Hawes Savage Soper Mr. Ducos Teijema Mr. Jason White
Mr. Sidhartha Mathur Nesbit, Jr. Mr. Scott Price Mr. Anshul Saxena Ms. Kathleen Spahn Mary Kate Terwedow Mr. Williamson White
Ms. Jenna Maxim Mr. Martin Neuhaus Mrs. Clotilde Prior Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Scara** Mr. Matthew Spahn Mr. Georges Testard Mr. Dan Whiteside
Mr. Rob McAdams New England Steamship Mr. John Pritchard Mr. Robert Schauer Mr. Michael Spahn The Traffic Club of Mr. Colin Williams
Ms. Elizabeth McCabe Agents, Inc. Mr. Charles Pugliese Mr. and Mrs. Todd F. Mr. Alex Sparkman New York, Inc. Capt. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Wills
Mr. Michael McCleery Mr. Dennis Ng Mrs. Jane S. Pyne Schaumloffel Ms. Rheagan Sparks Mr. Ye Thiha Ms. Jacquie Wingert**
Ms. Darcy McConvey Ms. Marilyn L. Nichols Mr. Joe Quigley Mr. Douglas Scheffler Mr. Arthur Spivack Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thompson Ms. Becky Winkler
Ms. Lynn McCormick Ms. Mary Ann Nichols** Mr. Branko Radulovic Mr. and Mrs. W. Ms. Cynthia Spoor Mr. Brian Tipton Mr. Glenn Winter
Mrs. Susan T. McCoubrie** Mr. Deborah Nida Mr. Marc Radulovic Gerow Schick St. Francis Episcopal Church Ms. Marjorie Toner Mr. Ryan Witcher
Mr. Edward McDevitt Mr. Wayne Nilsen Mr. Joseph Ragusa Mrs. Ida Z. Schindelman** of Dunellen, NJ Mr. John Toriello Mrs. Maxine Woefling**
Ms. Jacquelyn E. McDonald** Mr. Robert Nolan Ms. Stephanie Raichelson Mr. Derek Schmidt St. George’s Episcopal Mr. Peter Toscano Ms. Debbie Wong
Ms. Ruth A. McElraevy** Mr. Joseph Noonan Mr. Lance Rase Mr. Stephen Schott Church of Brooklyn, NY Ms. Juli Shea Towell** Mr. and Mrs. David Woo
Mr. Michael McGovern Norton Lilly International, Inc. Capt. Stephen Rathkopf The Rev. Deacon St. James’ Episcopal Church Trans Bay Crew Company Ms. Sally Wyllie
Mr. Louis Notaro Alice C. Schuiling of Hackettstown, NJ Mr. Luigi Trigilio
Mr. Michael McKenna Ms. Suzanne Reed Ms. Sherry Xie
NY/NJ Foreign Freight Mr. Christopher Schulte St. John’s Episcopal Church of Trinity Episcopal Church
Mr. Alison McKeon Mr. Charles W. Reisert Ms. Adrienne Yee Linton
Forwarders & Brokers Ms. Johann Schulte Springfield Gardens, NY of Lawrenceburg, IN
Mr. Neil McLaughlin Mr. Chris Reisert Ms. Anne P. York**
Association, Inc. Mr. George Schuz, Jr. St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Mr. Costa Tsoutsoplides
Mrs. Jacqueline McMullen Ms. Kathryn Reisert of Port Leyden, NY Mr. Ted Young
Mr. David O’Dowd Ms. Launa Schweizer Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Turer**
Ms. Mary Ann McNally Mr. Alan Reitzfeld St. Mary’s Episcopal Church Mr. Thomas Zaidman
Mr. Mark O’Hara Mr. Jake Scott Mr. and Mrs. James B. Tuthill
Ms. Marilyn M. Meek** Mr. Ronald Richardson of Madisonville, KY Mr. David Zazula
Mr. David O’Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Scott Mr. Ghostof Ueli Steck
Mr. John Miklus Mr. Kirk Rider St. Michael’s Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Zeigler
Ms. Leslie O’Neal Ms. Patricia Searles Mr. Michael Unger
Mr. Andrew Miller Mr. Marcus Rider Church of New York, NY
Mr. Gregory O’Neill Ms. Barbara-Kay Seiver** Mr. Frans Van De Bospoort
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic A.
Miller Mr. Randy O’Neill
Mr. Phillip Rider
Mr. Frances Sensenbach
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
Ms. Amy van den Dijssel ROPER LEGACY
Ms. Libby Riemersma** of New Albany, IN
Mr. James Miller Mr. Kevin Oates
Ms. Miki Rieth CDR and Mrs. Lee E. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church-in- Mr. Raymond Van Noort SOCIETY
Mr. Michael Mills Mr. Espen Olsen
Mr. Tony Rietig
Shafer (Ret.) the-Village of Brooklyn, NY Ms. Tara Vance MEMBERS
Ms. Sophie Minich Dr. Carl A. Olsson** Mr. PB Shah St. Philip’s Episcopal Church Vanuatu Maritime
Ms. Ann-Marie Roach Mrs. Norma Agatstein
Mr. Suhail Modak Mr. Aung Ngwe OO Ms. Joanne Shakley of Brooklyn, NY Services, Ltd.
Ms. Elizabeth Roberts Mrs. Barbara Y. Bodden
Mr. Kirk Moehle Mr. Kevin Osborne Ms. Lynne Shand** Mr. John Stahl Ms. Sofia Vassilakis
Mr. Jack Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Richard T.
Mr. Trevor Moniz Mr. Jonathan Osei-Yaw Mr. Kenneth Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Mr. Rajmohan Venkiteswaran
Ms. Edith Robinson du Moulin
Ms. Jennifer Montgomery Mr. Erik Ostbye Mr. Mukund Sharma Stam Ms. Gail Vennitti
Mr. Antonio Rodriguez Ms. Enid Storm Dwyer
The Rev. and Mrs. Robert L. Mr. Bijan Paksima Mr. Sunil Sharma Dean W. Steele, Esq. Capt. Thomas W. Vilas, Jr.
Mr. Hadley S. Roe and Mrs. Ruth L. Fletcher-Ferrill
Montgomery Mr. John Pallarino Mrs. Mary Lee Fox Roe Mr. Russ Shattan Mr. Michael Stelzer Mr. John Voigt
Mr. and Mrs. David S. French
Mr. Brian Mooney Ms. Julia Palmer Mr. James Ronan Mr. Robert G. Shaw Mr. Andy Stephen Capt. Wolf K. Von Essen
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Haines
Mr. George W. Moore Mr. Jim Papp Mr. Bethann Rooney Mr. Timothy Sheahan Steve Ward and Friends Ms. Garyle Voss**
Ms. Jo Ellen Heil
Ms. Laura Moore Ms. Lorraine Parsons Ms. Elizabeth E. Roosevelt Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Sheetz Foundation Mr. Brian R. Vroome
Mr. and Mrs. Chester D.
Mr. Robert Moore II Mr. Ajit Patel Mr. and Mrs. John Mr. Brian Shepard Stevens Jersey City Ford Mrs. Julie Vroon Hooper
Mr. Rusty Morgan Ms. Katherine E. Pedersen** Rousmaniere Mr. William Shepherd Mr. Richard E. Stewart Ms. Karen Wachter Mr. George D. Isdale, Jr.
Mr. Ryan Morrell Ms. Stephanie Penninger Mr. Richard Rudolph Mr. Louis Shields Mr. Christopher Stockin Mr. Jason Waguespack Mr. Robert J. Kent
Ms. Evie Morrow Capt. Ronald Perry Mr. Peter Rushworth Mr. Ty Shimada Mr. Lloyd Stoik Mrs. Maria R. Walsh Mr. James R. Lawrence
Mr. James Mortley Mr. Sebastian Perskaas Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Mr. Sridhar Shinde Capt. Harold Stumme** Mr. James Warfield Mrs. Deirdre H. Littlefield
Ms. Carol Morton** Ms. Yumi Petersen Rusnak Ms. Margaret T. Short Ms. Antoinette Sullivan Mrs. Mellie Warner** Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Mr. James Mozoki Ms. Janet Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mr. John Shortsleeve Capt. John W. Sullivan Ms. Suzanne Z. Warner Lee Loomis III
Mr. Christopher Muller Mrs. Robert P. Petter Sr. Rutkowski Mr. Paul Simmons Ms. Sarah Sullivan Mr. James Watlington Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L.
Mr. Mark Muller Mr. Rajeev Philip Mr. and Mrs. George Ms. Eileen Simon Capt. William Sullivan Mr. Mike Webber McLane
Ms. Mary Mulligan Mr. William E. Pike Rutledge** Mr. Saheb Singh Dewan Mr. Patrick Sweeney Mr. John Weber Christian R. Mollitor, Esq.
Mr. Karl Munson Mr. Walter Pilipiak Ms. Fiona Ryan Mr. Gordon Skjeie Ms. Tara Sweeney Ms. Katherine M. Webster** Mrs. Eleanor B. Monaghan
Mr. Henry Murad Mr. Peter Pillone Ms. Pam Ryan Ms. Natalya Skjelmose Capt. Peter J. Swift Mr. Steven Weiss Bruce G. Paulsen, Esq.
Ms. Jessica Piontowski Mr. Richard Salaway Mr. Alexander Slivka Mr. Thomas Wesley
3 0    A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7

Mr. Craig E. Philip and Joan Visk Mrs. Diane C. Borger Ms. Vicky Cook The Episcopal Church of The Happy Hookers Maine Department
Ms. Marian Ott Eugene White Mrs. Linda K. Bowlby Ms. Betty Cozine the Good Shepherd of Palm Valley of Tourism
Mr. Edward L. Shearer Ms. Maryann Bradley Crafty Circle Senior Group of Raleigh, NC Ms. Harzewski Ms. Marjorie Marks
Mr. James L. Wilson The Episcopal Diocese Ms. Nancy Hearne Ms. Jane Martin
Mr. Carlyle Windley
IN HONOR Ms. Katherine Brogan Crochet Club of East
Northport, NY of Boise, ID Heath Village Knitters Mrs. Susan T. McCoubrie
Ms. Vicki Brower
Dickson Baldridge The Rev. Deborah E. Brown Mrs. Lois Cruikshank The Episcopal Diocese Ms. Patricia Herrold Ms. Mary McGaughey
of Ohio
ROPER LEGACY Kempton Baldridge, Jr. Ms. Gerry Brown Ms. Mary T. Cullen
Mrs. Joan Errick
Ms. Carol V. Hess Ms. Marie McKeever
Henry Benevich Ms. Kathryn Cupp Ms. Catherine Hesser Ms. Betty J. McKinzie
SOCIETY GIFTS Ms. Mary Brown
Ms. Anne Newsome Davis Ms. Patricia Essington Highland Hookers Ms. Patricia McNulty
Leo Braun Ms. Kate Buck
Bob and Mimi Copenhaver Ms. Dorothy J. Davis Ms. Jennifer Fahrenbacher Crochet Group Ms. Helen R. McShane
John B. Crockett Trust Ms. Sue Buck
Alan Gibby Ms. Esther Davis Ms. Shirley Felix Ms. Karn Hill Ms. Harriett Mefford
Estate of Sarah DeCoux Bungay Lake Knitters
Anton Jegorovs of Mansfield, MA Ms. Peggy Davison Ms. Janet L. Fenn Ms. Judy Hoeft Ms. Winnie Mehl
Estate of Charles S. Keene
Stephen Kozlowski Ms. Wendy Burke Ms. Karen DeNicola Ms. Pat Ferguson Ms. Tess Hoffman Ms. Elaine Miller
Estate of George P. Lumsden
Barbara Lindsley Ms. Patricia Burton Ms. Sylvia DeVoss First Parish Church Holy Spirit Parish Mr. Lyle Miller
Estate of Estelle A. Manning
Congregational UCC of Union, NJ
Estate of Almond M. Paine Marjorie Lindstrom Busy Stitchers Sewing Group Ms. Lois Dillon Ms. Mary Miller
of Freeport, ME Ms. Judy Honecker
Estate of Charles F. Pope B. Glen Marshall Ms. Susan Buttgereit Ms. Catharine L. Dohn Ms. Christine Moore
First United Methodist Hope Lutheran Church
Estate of Kate B. Sheadle Michael Nation Ms. Rozann Cady Ms. Paula J. Domitio Church of Elkhorn, WI Ms. Christine Moore
Richard Soper Calvary Episcopal Church Ms. Dorothy Downes of Port St. Lucie, FL Ms. Moore
First United Methodist Ms. Lois Hoult
of Flemington, NJ Ms. Mary Drachler Ms. Patricia Moore
IN MEMORIAM Calvary Lighthouse Church Mrs. Celena M. Duncan
Church of Sebring, FL
Ms. Marie Howell Mrs. Madeline Moran
GIFTS IN KIND of Lakewood, NJ East Fishkill Community
Rev. Kay Flores
Ms. Ann Huffstetter
William W. Alexander Ms. Karen Follett Mrs. Kathleen M. Morrow
George D. Benjamin Gifts exceeding value Calvary Lutheran Church Library Ms. Cynthia Hughes Ms. Kathryne Natale
Ms. Linda Foster
Arthur J. Barretta of $100 listed of Cranford, NJ ECW of St. Alban’s Hunterdon Brewing Ms. Lois Natale
Ms. Susan Frank
Thomas Barton Ms. Melanie Abel Ms. Shirley Campbell of Chiefland, FL Ms. Lynn Jacobsma Needle Night Ladies of
Mrs. Janet E. Franke
Captain Peter Bonebakker Ms. Ann Abele Cargill Inc. ECW of St. Andrew’s Church Mrs. Nancy Janicek Fanwood Presbyterian
Ms. Jackie Frederickson
Nelson Breaux Ms. LaRue B. Acosta Cathedral Church of the of Staten Island, NY Ms. Earlene Jarrells Church of Fanwood, NJ
Nativity in Bethlehem, PA Ms. Sonia Friberg
David C. Cates Ms. Sarah Albert ECW of St. Ann’s Episcopal Mrs. Georgia Jervey Dr. Abigail C. Nichols
Ms. Marcy Cendroski Church of Sayville, NY Ms. Jessica Galassie
Andrew Cunningham All Saints’ Episcopal Church Ms. Marti Johnson Noble Maritime Museum
Central Nebraska Knit ECW of St. George’s Church Ms. Kim Garcia
Marlene Daniels of Millington, NJ Ms. Brenda Julian Close Knit Group
& Crochet Friends of Hempstead, NY Ms. Marie Gartley
Edith Devoe All Saints’ Episcopal Church The K2Tog Knitting Group Ms. Rhonda Parker
Ms. Josie Chavis ECW of St. James’s of GFWC of Palm Beach
Daniel Doyle of Scotch Plains, NJ Gardens, FL Ms. Kathy A. Kausch Ms. Virginia Parker
Ms. Dolores Allegretti Ms. Susan Chernuka West Hartford, CT Ms. Mollie Keller Ms. Nancy M. Parsons
Kay Eckstein Christ Episcopal Church ECW of St. John’s Church Ms. Phyllis Gill
The Crew of the MV El Faro Dr. Angela J. Allgood, Ed.D. Ms. Cora Gillette Ms. Linda Klug Ms. Pamela Patc
of Andover, MA of Huntington, NY
Baxter Graham All-Ways Advertising Ms. Gail Glisch Knitters Anonymous Ms. Nancy E. Patten
Christ Episcopal Church ECW of St. Luke’s Church of Fort Myers, FL
Rocky Groves Ms. Bobby Jo Apdegate of East Hampton, NY Ms. Goldman Peace Knitters of
of Budd Lake, NJ Knitters at the Council Missoula, MT
Jay Harrington Ms. Edythe Austermuhl ECW of St. Luke’s Church The Rev. Elizabeth Golub
Christ Episcopal Church House of Seattle, WA Ms. Laurie Peck
Victor A. Jimenez Ms. Elna Bachman of Ridgewood, NJ of Metuchen, NJ Ms. Lynn Gorman
Ms. Ann Backhurst Knitting Nellies of Ft. Ms. Lucy Peloquin
Thomas Johnson Christ Episcopal Church ECW of St. Raphael’s Grace Episcopal Church Lauderdale, FL
Ms. Barbara Bailey of Short Hills, NJ Church of Crossville, TN of Millbrook, NY Ms. Shirley Pener
Doris E. Knapp Ms. Kathy Knudsen
Baltic by Design Christ Episcopal Church Ms. Sharon Elijah Grace Episcopal Church Ms. Karin Perkins
Lubov Kostenkova Ms. R. Kosmitis
Ms. Marion Barksdale of Valdosta, GA Ms. Doris Knudsen Emer of Rice Lake, WI Ms. Patricia Peters
Edward Krieger Ms. Carol Kramer
Ms. Linda Baumann Ms. Barbara Christiansen Ms. Mary English Grace Lutheran Church Ms. Donna Petrin
William Miller Ms. Helga Krug
Ms. Roberta Belanger Church of the Holy Spirit The Episcopal Church of Somers Point, NJ Mrs. Christina C. Piccioni
John Mirovsky Ms. Victoria J. LaBombarde
Ms. Ash Bennett of Tuckerton, NJ of Christ the King of Ms. Doreen Griffiths Ms. Cathy Pilkington
John Napierski Ms. Dorothy Levdansky
Berkshire Valley Church of the Regeneration Stone Ridge, NY Ms. Arlene Guellnitz Pleasantville Senior
Edward John Nichols Liberian Registry Center of NY
Presbyterian Church of Pine Plains, NY The Episcopal Church Ms. Miriam G. Guldin
Capt. Edward O’Donnell Mr. Robert Lobdell Plumstead Presbyterian
Mrs. Nancy Bertiaux Ms. JoAnn Claps of St. Boniface of Ms. Gaby Gurt
Capt. Don Penney Lindenhurst, NY Ms. Cindy Lombardo Church
Big Apple Knitters’ Guild Clinton Street Center Ms. Karen Hacker
George Powell The Episcopal Church of Long Island Crochet Guild Ms. Kathryn Polcrack
Ms. Thelma Bittner of Pleasantville, NY Ms. Barbara Hall
Thomas Royden St. Luke and St. Matthew Long Island Knit & Crochet Ms. Carole Poltrock
Ms. Gail Blake CM Charity Knitting of Ms. Elsie Hall
The Rev. Richard Bremerton, WA of Brooklyn, NY Guild of East Meadow, NY Ms. Debbie Prather
Schoolmaster Ms. Margie Blewett Ms. Jane A. Hall
The Community of St. Mary’s The Episcopal Church Ms. Marianne MacGregor Prayer Shawl Ministry of
Garland Shoemaker Mrs. Barbara Y. Bodden Ms. Jeannette Hall
of Greenwich, NY of the Ascension of Ms. Medora MacKinnon St. George’s Church
Walter Silbersack Mrs. Audrey M. Bojanek Lakewood, OH Ms. Martha Hank
Ms. Janice L. Connell Main Street Yarns of Griffin, GA
Samantha Smith Bold Coast Coffee
Ms. Charlotte Probst
A N N U A L R E P O R T 2 0 1 7     3 1

Ms. Gail S. Rasdorf
Ms. Dianne Refsland
Mrs. Nancy A. Reiter
St. Cross by-the-Sea Episcopal
Church of Hermosa, CA
St. David’s Episcopal Church
of Cambria Heights, NY
St. Matthias’ Episcopal Church
of East Aurora, NY
St. Michael’s Episcopal
Church of New York, NY
Trinity Episcopal Church
of Russellville, KY
Trinity Evangelical Covenant
Church of Oak Lawn, IL
OUR
PEOPLE*
Ms. Alice C. Reynolds
Ms. Fran Reynolds St. David’s Episcopal St. Michael’s Episcopal Trinity Lutheran Church
Dr. P.H. Robinson Church of Cranbury, NJ Church of Norman, OK of Rocky Point, NY
Ms. Eileen Roche St. Elizabeth Ann Seton St. Michael’s Lutheran Trinity Reformed Church
Church of Wichita, KS Church of Camillus, NY of North Plainfield, NJ
The Rev. John A. Rollins Captain John Arenstam Lisa Nally
and Ms. Jan Paxton St. Francis Church of St. Paul and the Redeemer The Tuesday Group of
Dunellen, NJ Episcopal Church St. John’s Episcopal Instructor Business Relations Coordinator
Ms. Helen Rubart of Chicago, IL Church of Montclair, NJ
St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Leslie E. O’Neal
Ms. Marybelle Rubino The Rev. Kempton D. Baldridge
Church of East Berlin, CT St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Ms. Carolyn Turnbull
Ms. Natalie Saathoff Senior River Chaplain, Ministry on the Director, Finance & Operations
St. George’s Episcopal of Pleasant Valley, NY Ms. Katherine Turner
Saint Peter’s by the Sea Church of Newburgh, NY St. Peter’s by the Lake Rivers and Gulf
Twisted Warp & Skeins Captain Stephen Polk, MNI
Episcopal Church of St. George’s-by-the- Episcopal Church of
Bay Shore, NY United Methodist Church Jennifer Koenig Breen Director, Maritime Education &
River Episcopal Church Montague, MI of Wethersfield, CT Training
Sassy Stitchers of Director, Development
of Rumson, NJ St. Peter’s Episcopal Church University Lutheran Church
Westchester Community St. Gregory’s Episcopal of Honolulu, HI Sakinah Porter
United NY & NJ Sandy Jonathan Burson
Church of Westchester, IL Church of Parsippany, NJ St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Hook Pilots Benevolent e-learning Business Relations Manager Operations Associate
Ms. Eugenia V. Sedgwick St. James Episcopal Church of Osterville, MA Association
Ms. Barbara-Kay Seiver of Marietta, GA St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Kelly Butts Jessie Powers
Ms. Debra A. Utko
Seneca Presbyterian St. James Episcopal Church of Spotswood, NJ Administrative and Marketing Assistant Development Associate
Church of Seneca, SC Ms. Evelyn VanderPlaats
of Saint James, NY St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Mrs. Pam Vener
Seward & Kissel LLP Captain Thomas Chivers Maya Rabayev
St. James’ Episcopal Church Lithgow of Millbrook, NY
Shepherd of the Lakes Mrs. Judith Vernice Instructor Senior Accountant
of Brookhaven, NY St. Philip’s Episcopal Church
of Grayslake, IL of Brevard, NC Ms. Frances L. Vidal
St. James’ Episcopal Church John Fairbairn The Rev. David M. Rider
Ms. Susan Shriver of Hackettstown, NJ St. Stephen’s Episcopal Ms. Angela Vulich
Ms. Sandra Wacht Director, Human Resources President & Executive Director
Ms. Marsha Silva St. James’s Episcopal Church Church of Waretown, NJ
Ms. Karen Simone of West Hartford, CT St. Thomas Episcopal Ms. Betsy Walker Ivan Henriquez Graveney Stuart Severin
Sisters’ Circle of Trinity St. John’s Episcopal Church Church of Eustis, FL Ms. R. Walker Driver Hospitality Worker/Driver
Episcopal Church of Cuyahoga Falls, OH St. Thomas Episcopal Church Ms. Wall
of Melrose, FL St. John’s Episcopal Church of Farmingdale, NY Ms. Emily Waller Captain David Howell Captain Ernest “Ray” Sexton
Ms. Annette Smith of Huntingdon, PA St. Thomas of Canterbury Ms. Pamela Walling Instructor Instructor
Ms. Nancy Smith St. John’s Episcopal Church Episcopal Church of Mrs. Suzanne Walters
Chao Huang Douglas B. Stevenson, Esq.
Ms. Phyllis Snyder of Little Silver, NJ Smithtown, NY Mrs. Mellie Warner
Staff Accountant Director, Center for Seafarers’
Ms. Martha Soccio St. John’s Episcopal Church St. Timothy’s of Walnut Ms. LaVonne Weaver
Creek, CA Rights
Mrs. Judy Soncrant of Southampton, NY Ms. Judy Weber Matthew Hyner
Ms. Diane Speiser St. John’s Episcopal Church of Ms. Barbara Stack Mrs. Katherine Weltner Simulation & Database Manager Capt. Jeff Stover
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Springfield Gardens, NY Statue Cruises Mrs. Myrne Wiebe Instructor
Church of Glenwood, MD St. John’s Lutheran Church Ms. Cindy Stelzman Ms. Cyndi Wilish Viveka Jahn
St. Andrew’s Episcopal of Summit, NJ Ms. Sheryl Stidham-Gebert Special Events Coordinator Janet Temchus
Ms. Anne Wilkins
Church of Hartsdale, NY St. John’s Memorial Episcopal Ms. Marian H. Stokes Receptionist
Mr. Rob Wilkinson Captain Kelly Fitzpatrick Jones
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church of Ramsey, NJ Ms. Marlene Stover Ms. Vi Williams Instructor Johnathan Thayer
Church of New St. Luke’s Episcopal Ms. Hellen W. Strassner
Church of Delta, CA Ms. Cindy Wilson Senior Archivist
London, NH Mrs. Lois Swanson The Rev. James Kollin
St. Luke’s Episcopal Church WiNKS of Alexandria, VA
St. Ann’s Episcopal Church Ms. Mary Lou Szabol Port Chaplain William “Buck” Viniard
of Old Lyme, CT of Gladstone, NJ Ms. Nancy Wolford
Ms. Christine Tafe Women’s Club of Building Facility Coordinator, CME-
St. Ann’s Episcopal Church St. Luke’s Episcopal Church Stephen Lyman Paducah
of Kalamazoo, MI Ms. Cindy Teseny Morristown, NJ
of Sayville, NY Mrs. Theresa Thompson Director, International Seafarers’ Center
St. Anne’s Episcopal Church St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Yarn Spinners of Christ Dr. Naomi Walker
of Canton, OH Ms. Bonita Tinney United Methodist Church Michelle McWilliams
of Sunfish Lake, MN Director, Communications
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church Mrs. Virginia Todd of Shippensburg, PA Ship Visitor
St. Augustine of Canterbury
Social Knitworking of Palm Beach Gardens, FL Trinity Episcopal Church Ms. Anne P. York * SCI staff listing as of May 1, 2018
of Edinboro, PA St. Mary’s Episcopal Church of Bayonne, NJ Ms. Marsha Ziegler
St. Clement’s Episcopal of Manchester, CT Trinity Episcopal Church
Church of Hawthorne, NJ St. Mary’s-by-the-Sea of Carbondale, PA
Episcopal Church of Point Trinity Episcopal Church
Pleasant Beach, NJ of Elmira, NY
seamenschurch.org

Related Interests