Pat ’64, G’66 and Lou ’61, G’62 Mautino: Sharing Their ‘Forever Orange’ Spirit
Throughout her career in public education, Patricia Mautino '64, G'66 witnessed raw, young talent and identified personally with students who needed financial aid to help them pursue their educational goals. Her husband, Louis Mautino '61, G'62, attended SU on an athletic scholarship and went on to be a business owner in the building industry. Together, they are committed to helping young people prepare for successful lives and feel privileged to share their "Forever Orange" spirit with future generations.
"We want our passion for Syracuse University to be seen and felt long after we're gone," says Patricia "Pat" Mautino.
As an active member of the Syracuse University Alumni Association and the iSchool Board of Visitors, and a longtime supporter of SU Athletics, Pat Mautino already has a strong presence on campus. And with the four scholarships the Mautinos have endowed through their bequest, their love for Syracuse will become an everlasting legacy.
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