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In March of 2015, Gina Strianese from Mercy's Class of 2002 sadly passed away. Everyone who knew Gina is saddened by her passing and committed to honoring her memory. Her family and friends decided to create a scholarship to honor Gina's memory and to ensure her legacy will live on.  Last year, they held a benefit to collect donations which contributed to the establishment of this scholarship. It will continue Gina's love of Mount Mercy through the girls who are fortunate enough to receive it. 

To her father Bob Strianese and mother Kim Esch as well as alum and event co-chair Kris Sanders Parisi '75 who's wish to keep Gina's memory alive became a gift which will become her legacy, we thank you.  Your kindness will have a profound impact on the lives of current and future Mercy Girls. 

To ALL of the committee members who's hard work and dedication to Gina's memory made this possible, we thank you on behalf of the young women who's lives will be forever changed by your generosity. 

To our alumnae committee members including co-chair Kris Sanders Parisi '75, Sue Nigrelli Danahy '82, Kate Trillo Blake '81, Mary Beth Billittier Darling '87 may you know the impact you have had on the lives of those who loved Gina and those who will benefit from this gift. Your support continues the Circle of Mercy, sharing your blessings with future Mercy Girls. 

May God continue to bless each and every one of you!

 

If you were unable to attend last year's benefit and wish to support it, please click the link below. 

CLICK HERE TO DONATE TO GINA'S SCHOLARSHIP

"Attending Mount Mercy Academy is one of the best decisions I could have made. Since day one they have challenged me academically, to strive and succeed. For the past two years at Mount Mercy, I received so much help from all the teachers. They are always open to help me with any questions I have. My teachers have even taken time whenever they can to help me to do well with upcoming tests and quizzes. With their help I have been on both honor rolls, and have been a scholar athlete."

Bella Longo

Class of 2019

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