The Edward J. Mortola Heritage Society

Mortola Heritage Society

Our Edward J. Mortola Heritage Society annual luncheon honors donors who have included a gift for Pace in their future estate plans.

The Edward J. Mortola Heritage Society was founded in 1992 to honor the generous individuals who show their confidence in Pace's future by including the University in their estate and gift plans. Their bequests, trusts, annuities, and other planned gifts have far-reaching effects, and donors have the satisfaction of providing meaningful support that lasts beyond a lifetime. We invite you to join these alumni, faculty, staff, parents and friends and become a member of the Mortola Heritage Society.

Membership Benefits
As a member of the Mortola Heritage Society you will experience the satisfaction of knowing you are helping generations of future Pace students. Your planned gift may also result in potential tax savings and financial benefits for you and your family. In addition, you will receive the following benefits:

Judith Delaney and Christine Lanzilotta

Student Christine Lanzilotta, recipient of the Thomas F. Delaney Memorial Endowed Scholarship, and Judith Delaney (sister of Tom) at the Mortola Society luncheon.

  • Invitations to the annual Edward J. Mortola Heritage Society luncheon. View photos from the most recent Annual Luncheon of the Edward J. Mortola Heritage Society at Pace University.
  • Acknowledgment of your generosity in University publications (except to the extent you wish to remain anonymous).
  • A Membership Medallion.
  • Invitations to special seminars and events sponsored by Pace University.




Mortola Society Luncheon Photo Albums

Latest Motorola Society Report

Past Motorola Society Reports