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Marshall Sloane

A Dedicated Life

Celebrating and remembering the legacy of Regis supporter and champion Marshall M. Sloane, founder of Century Bank.

Marshall M. Sloane was a business and bank entrepreneur, husband, father and grandfather, good neighbor, developer of Greater Boston, and philanthropist. His fundamental values of maintaining a strong moral compass and giving back to the community not only shaped the success of Century Bank and its customers, they helped the many organizations—including Regis—that Marshall supported philanthropically.

“Higher education meant so much to my father,” says Marshall’s son Barry R. Sloane, Century Bank chairman, president, and CEO. “He was particularly proud of Regis and its mission to provide a level of productive and challenging education for a diverse community of students.”

Providing opportunities for others came naturally to Marshall. “I was taught to think of others first and help when you could,” he wrote in Century Bank’s 50th-anniversary commemorative book, published in 2019. “Those values were an important part of my faith and my family. I was fortunate to be able to extend a helping hand to my community and neighbors when they needed it.”

While Marshall’s extensive work and accomplishments in banking and in community affairs have been widely recognized, he remained humble throughout his life. He once said, “Sooner or later we all realize that the example we have set is the ultimate measure of our lives.” And for Marshall, those words could not be truer.

Regis College named the university’s School of Business and Communication after Marshall in 2019. “Regis had no greater champion in the university’s mission to improve lives through education than Marshall Sloane,” said Regis President Antoinette M. Hays, PhD, RN, at the gala. “By honoring him in this way, the university is able to ensure that his tremendous legacy will forever inspire Regis students.”



Upcoming Events

All in-person Regis events have been canceled or postponed until further notice. We are excited to share the new virtual events listed below for alums and friends so we can stay connected.

Advent Lessons and Carols | November 29 - December 20 | Register

Class of 1968 Holly Hour | December 7 Register

Class of 1964 Holly Hour | December 8 Register

Alumni Book Club | December 9 | Register

Pride Faculty Lecture Series: Race, Redlining, and COVID | December 9 | Register

Uncork a Bottle of Bubbly: Celebrate the Holidays with Opera for Everyone | December 17 | Register

Class of 1981 Holly Hour | December 17 Register


Check out some of our past events:

Cape Cod Luncheon 2020

Career Planning Panel: Joining the Workforce During Uncertain Times

Vinyasa Light Flow Yoga & Meditation Session with Tara Jackson ’10

Hosting a Virtual Intern

Yoga to Release and Feel Good with Alyssa Guerin '07

OutRegis: Comedy with Kathe Farris '91




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Virtual Alumni Memorial Prayer Service

Sunday, November 8, 2020 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Join us to honor your classmates who passed away between October 1, 2019 and November 3, 2020. Visit https://alumni.regiscollege.edu/inmemory to see the list of those being remembered to date. 

The Memorial Service will be held via Zoom. Following the service, classmates are welcome to join together in small groups via Zoom breakout rooms.

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