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Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Bill McKibben, other national leaders gather at DePauw to discuss environmental issues. Caroline Jetton appointed dean of the School of Music. Alumni Board Participation Challenge for Graduates of the Last Decade to celebrate 10th anniversary of GOLD. Professor’s gift honors late wife and strengthens writing program. Restoration planned for historic Lilly-Thompson Organ at Gobin Church. First assembly of Greek Life Advisory Council produces action items. Lewis Gulick ’44 is writing book about the historic Rector Scholar Program. News briefs. Faculty briefs.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Bill McKibben, other national leaders gather at DePauw to discuss environmental issues

DePauw Discourse 2007

“We’re not protecting the environment, as some of our critics say, for the sake of the fishes and the birds,” environmentalist and author Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said in his keynote address at the celebration dinner for DePauw Discourse 2007: Sustainability and Global Citizenship. “We’re protecting nature because we recognize that nature is the infrastructure of our communities, and that if we want to meet our obligation as a generation, as a nation, as a civilization – which is to create communities for our children that provide them with the same opportunities for dignity and enrichment and prosperity and good health as the communities that our parents gave us – we’ve got to start by protecting our environmental infrastructure.”

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Kennedy, senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council, chief prosecuting attorney for the Hudson Riverkeeper and president of Waterkeeper Alliance, joined DePauw alumni, students and faculty members during the fourth annual symposium hosted by the Washington C. DePauw Society on Thursday through Saturday, Oct 4-6. He spoke on Friday evening to an enthusiastic audience in Kresge Auditorium of the Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts. “I think the worst thing that could happen to the environment is if it becomes the province of a single political party,” Kennedy said, saying he votes for candidates from both parties, leaning heavily on their environmental track records. A comprehensive story about Kennedy’s address is available at www.depauw.edu/news. The three-day symposium featured national leaders and thinkers who engaged attendees in thought-provoking discussion about pressing global environmental challenges. More information about DePauw Discourse is available at www.depauw.edu/discourse. Joyce Taglauer Green ’75, chair of DePauw Discourse, said, “This year’s focus on sustainability provided a critical and timely topic. We were especially excited about the interest and participation of students and faculty, and we look forward to building our alumni attendance at our fifth annual DePauw Discourse on Sept. 18-20, 2008.” ill McKibben, author and environmental activist whose timely essay was featured in the October issue of National Geographic, opened DePauw Discourse on Thursday afternoon. He said, “We’re not bargaining between liberals and conservatives; we’re not bargaining between environmentalists and industry. At this point, we’re bargaining between human beings on the one hand, and physics and chemistry on the other hand. And physics and chemistry don’t bargain; they just react to what we throw at them, and that’s what we’re seeing at the moment.” The author of 1989’s The End of Nature, regarded as the first book for a general audience about climate change, McKibben addressed an audience that filled Meharry Hall. He said that data from peer-reviewed journals are conclusive: global warming is quite real and that environmental changes are taking place much faster and on a larger scale than was predicted even a few years ago. “We need some kind of strong, aggressive, active climate movement to emerge in this country,” he asserted. Earlier this year, he helped organize one of the largest demonstrations against global warming in American history, encompassing 1,400 rallies in all 50 states. McKibben called on students to ponder the “politics and possibilities of environmental issues” and become agents of change. A comprehensive story about McKibben’s presentation is available at www.depauw.edu/news. n the evening, Discourse attendees had the opportunity to view a screening of Leonardo DiCaprio’s new environmental documentary, The 11th Hour, in Moore Theatre of the Green Center for the Performing Arts. On hand to provide further insight were three of the film’s experts: McKibben; Wallace J. Nichols ’89, senior research scientist for Ocean Conservancy and California Academy of Sciences research associate; and Greg Watson, senior adviser for clean energy technology for the Massachusetts Executive Office of Environmental Affairs and vice president for sustainable development and renewable energy for Massachusetts Technology Collaborative.

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ichols expanded on the issues in a Friday morning session. “Our planet is an ocean planet, period,” Nichols said. A scientist responsible for pioneering research on the migration of sea turtles, he reminded the audience that oceans comprise 71 percent of the Earth’s surface, approximately 80 percent of the planet’s biodiversity is in the ocean and 90 percent of the habitat is marine. “So when we talk about global warming, when we talk about the environment, we have to address the ocean.” But according to Nichols, oceans don’t figure prominently in environmental discussions, whether they take place at scientific conferences or on the streets. “It may get 1 percent” of the attention, and “it gets 1 percent of the eco-dollars, or the conservation dollars. Less than 1 percent of the ocean is protected,” he said. “So there’s a big imbalance in the reality of our planet and the life system of our planet, and the attention and our need to protect it.” A comprehensive story about his talk is available at www.depauw.edu/news. Other Discourse sessions included the following: • Juliet Eilperin, environmental reporter for The Washington Post, discussed the process of doing journalism about the environment, assessing the caliber of sources, and how to be sure the issues are covered accurately and fairly. • Cristina Goettsch Mittermeier, executive director of the International League of Conservation Photographers and senior director of visual resources for Conservation International, described efforts to use the power of images to educate the world and further the conservation agenda through ethical photography – especially as those efforts relate to assisting the efforts of the Kayapó Indians to protect their lands in Brazil’s southeastern Amazon. • Glenn T. Prickett, senior vice president for business and U.S. government relations and executive director of the Center for Environmental Leadership in Business for Conservation International, spoke about how non-governmental organizations can partner with businesses to address environmental issues and how businesses can be at the leading edge of environmental progress. • Greg Watson and Kay E. Pashos ’81, vice president of regulatory strategy for Duke Energy, discussed the advantages and disadvantages of various energy options, and they suggested that the best solution may be reached through a combination of refining existing processes with the use of new technologies. At Friday’s Discourse luncheon, Beth Bechdol, deputy director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture, addressed “The Truth about Sustainable Agriculture.” Jay S. Hosler ’89, assistant professor of biology at Juniata College and author of graphic novels on biology topics, moderated a session. DePauw faculty members who served as session moderators included: Tim D. Cope, assistant professor of geosciences; Jennifer J. Everett, assistant professor of philosophy and coordinator of sustainability programs; Jeffrey M. McCall ’76, John D. Hughes Professor of Communication and Theatre; Kerry E. Pannell, associate professor of economics and management; and Michele T. Villinski, assistant professor of economics and management and director of The Robert C. McDermond Center for Management & Entrepreneurship. More information about DePauw Discourse is available at www.depauw.edu/discourse.

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Left, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. signed his book following the keynote address; above, food and drink offerings were examples of locally grown, sustainable agriculture.

Above, “The Truth about Sustainable Agriculture” moderated by Michele T. Villinski, on right; left, Jef fr ey M. McCall moderated a session with Juliet Eilperin; left, Tim D. Cope, on left, moderated a session with Greg Watson and Kay E. Pashos.

Glenn T. Prickett, above right, talked with students following his Discourse address. Above left, Cynthia O’Dell, associate professor and department chair of art at DePauw, led Discourse participants in a visual exploration of the DePauw Nature Park quarry.

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Caroline Jetton appointed dean of the School of Music
Caroline K. Jetton was appointed dean of the DePauw University School of Music, effective July 23. A member of the DePauw faculty since 1996, Jetton previously served as associate dean. Her predecessor as dean, Cleveland Johnson, resumed his duties as a full-time faculty member in the School of Music. “Caroline Jetton is respected by her peers, Caroline K. Jetton both on the faculty and throughout the musical community,” DePauw President Robert G. Bottoms said. “Our School of Music, which is one of the oldest in the nation, has entered an exciting, new phase of its history this fall with the opening of the new Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts. Dr. Jetton brings talent, energy, enthusiasm and institutional knowledge to the deanship as DePauw looks to build upon its strong musical legacy.” “The School of Music has always been an enriching facet of campus life, extending its impact to hundreds of audience members and participants from the College of Liberal Arts,” said Neal B. Abraham, executive vice president of the University. “With our wonderful new facilities, expanded faculty, rapidly growing student body, expanded scholarships and new double degree program, we have all of the elements for an even more prominent program. Caroline Jetton will provide important leadership in a period of reflection and strategic planning.” Jetton received a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Murray State University, Master of Music degree from the University of Memphis, and Ed.D. from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. While at UIUC, she was the recipient of the Marilyn Pflederer Zimmerman Doctoral Fellowship in Music Education. Prior to coming to DePauw, she taught concept-based music education at the University of Illinois Laboratory School and was an Orff music specialist in the Memphis City Schools, working with students in kindergarten through sixth grade as well as students with disabilities. She has been a presenter at state and national conferences on musicrelated topics. She has also been a guest clinician for numerous graduate and undergraduate class sessions on topics such as Orff-Schulwerk, the Kodaly Method, teaching music in the inner city and planning instruction for general music classes. Jetton serves on the executive board of Indiana Orff Schulwerk Association.

Alumni Board Participation Challenge for Graduates of the Last Decade to celebrate 10th anniversary of GOLD
The Alumni Association Board of Directors – at of Tim Solso ’69 and other alumni leaders. its meeting on Oct. 26 during Old Gold Weekend Toby Butler ’04, one of 12 GOLD members on – voted to mark the 10th anniversary of DePauw’s the Alumni Board, said, “I’m excited to see our Board Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) Program by focusing on young alumni. What’s special about this matching all Annual Fund gifts by alumni in the C E L E B R AT I N G 10 Y E A R S challenge is its emphasis on staying a part of DePauw, classes of 1998-2008. and giving to the Annual Fund is an easy way to do The Alumni Association Board of Directors is made up of 55 this. Any young alum is eligible for the match, regardless of the amount members nominated by DePauw alumni. Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93, given. After all, a lot of ‘little bits’ can make a huge impact on a lot of Alumni Board president, announced, “By creating this challenge, our what we loved about DePauw.” message to young alumni is clear: You are a vital part of DePauw. The Marcus R. Veatch ’75, chair of the Alumni Board Development Alumni Board is focused on both supporting your continued growth Committee, added, “Since the tuition dollars that students pay cover and backing your participation of any amount in the Annual Fund this less than half of the cost of a DePauw education, the Alumni Board has year. Young alumni participation is critical to our aspiration that we long emphasized the importance of giving back to keep the benefits of a crest the 40 percent alumni participation mark soon.” DePauw education accessible. As a Board whose membership spans across The Alumni Board Participation Challenge for Graduates of the Last several decades of graduation, including GOLD, we always achieve 100 Decade is an important aspect of the GOLD 10th anniversary celebration, percent Annual Fund participation through our ‘personal best’ gifts. We which will include GOLD events in 10 cities this year (To see the 10 are excited to share the spirit of this tradition with young alumni.” cities, go to www.depauw.edu/development/gold/index.asp.). Expanded Alumni can learn about and participate in the Alumni Board ParticiGOLD programming kicked off with a GOLDen Opportunities event pation Challenge for Graduates of the Last Decade by going to www. in Indianapolis in August, featuring the professional development advice depauw.edu/development.
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Professor’s gift honors late wife and strengthens writing program
Mary R. Field Distinguished University/Visiting Professor of Writing

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An endowment gift by J. David Field, senior professor and professor emeritus of English, will fund the new Mary R. Field Distinguished University/Visiting Professor of Writing. Appointments to this chair will bring nationally recognized and practicing writers to DePauw as visiting and/or permanent members of the faculty. Mary Rogers Field, who was the professor’s wife for 29 years and mother of their children, Marion and Jane, passed away on Nov. 29, 2005. A photographer, she collaborated on a book of children’s poetry and art. Despite being paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair after 1990 due to spinal cord damage, she was very active in a number of community organizations and events. In October 2005 she was awarded the Frances Hickman Award for exemplary dedication and service to the Greencastle branch of the NAACP, of which she was a member of the executive committee. “Mary loved the writers at DePauw and read all their books, stories, essays and poems. She didn’t read these works passively: she studied them, thought about them, and even argued with them,” said Professor Field, who joined the DePauw faculty in 1982, retired at the end of the 2005-06 academic year and taught a class during the fall semester. “I had intended to keep my donation anonymous until my death, but after Mary passed away, I knew that this endowed chair of writing would be a fitting memorial to her.” President Robert G. Bottoms said, “I want to publicly thank David Field for his generous support of DePauw. He has served the University as an exemplary teacher, and now his gift serves both to memorialize a woman whose life enriched this community and ensure the continued excellence of our creative writing program.” The writing major is consistently among the four most popular majors of DePauw students. “This extraordinary gift will further strengthen what DePauw offers, bringing as it will a succession of nationally recognized writers to enrich the campus life and contribute to courses for our students,” added Neal B. Abraham, executive vice president, vice president of academic affairs and dean of the faculty. “DePauw already has one of the premier creative writing programs at a liberal arts college in the United States, with nine full-time faculty members who are accomplished writers and teachers of writing, and a remarkable series for visiting writers (the James and Marilou Kelly Writers Series).” In 2002-03 David Field was the recipient of the Exemplary Teaching Award, which is given jointly by DePauw University and the General Board of Higher Education of the United Methodist Church. He also received the Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Tucker Jr. Distinguished Career Award in 2005 and the Joan Westmen Battey Distinguished Teaching Award in 1996.
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First assembly of Greek Life Advisory Council produces action items
Greek student leaders, DePauw President Robert G. Bottoms and other University administrators joined Greek alumni at the first general assembly of the Greek Life Advisory Council (GLAC) Sept. 14. The half-day meeting included working sessions for each of the GLAC committees and their reports to the general assembly about their work during the previous five months. GLAC was established at DePauw last spring following the report of the Greek Fact-Finding Commission. GLAC is composed of alumni volunteers from each of the Greek-letter organizations that have, or have had, undergraduate members at DePauw. Five GLAC committees are addressing issues identified in the commission’s report – alcohol abuse, residential housing standards, community standards process, membership recruitment and homeowners. Two additional committees were established during the meeting: one to maintain the GLAC bylaws, and another to examine various aspects of student life on campus. Greek alumni are encouraged to volunteer for any of the GLAC committees by contacting the executive committee at GLAC@depauw.edu. In conjunction with the residential standards committee report, President Bottoms discussed a new requirement for fire suppression systems in all student living units with a capacity for more than 15 students. The standards require all living units to provide a plan by Jan. 31, 2008, for installation of a system by Aug. 15, 2008. If the living unit plans a substantial renovation or reconstruction within the next two years, however, the deadline could be waived if the new construction includes a fire suppression system. Bottoms also provided an update regarding the University’s financial support program for Greek living units. DePauw has asked the Internal Revenue Service for a private ruling letter to allow the University to make grants to Greek living units to pay for health, safety and security improvements required by the residential standards. If the IRS responds positively this fall as anticipated, the Board of Trustees could potentially make grants available by May 2008. All University-owned living units must comply with the new standards. Director of Facilities Ted J. Fares noted that six University living units are scheduled to receive fire sprinklers next summer, and student services staff members will work to help meet other requirements. The GLAC Assembly also recommended that the administration approve a 2007-08 Implementation Guide to provide more specific guidelines to help University and Greek living units comply. GLAC will distribute the guide to member organizations. The new residential standards are available online in the Student Handbook at www.depauw. edu/univ/handbooks/dpuhandbooks.asp?ID=483&parentid=480. For more information about GLAC, contact: Cynthia A. Babington DePauw Interim Vice President for Student Services and Dean of Students • 765-658-4270 Lance A. DeNardin ’86 Chair, Greek Life Advisory Council • GLAC@depauw.edu The GLAC brochure is available online at www.depauw.edu/student/greek/documents/GLACbrochure.pdf.

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Edward Rector’s gift to DePauw was ‘an investment in humanity’
Lewis Gulick ’44 is writing book about the historic Rector Scholar program Edward Rector’s philanthropies for DePauw have been an important part of the University for nearly 90 years. Except for a short biography following Rector’s death in 1925, no book has been published about the man and his historic scholarship program. Now working on such a volume, to be titled An Investment In Humanity, is M. Lewis Gulick ’44, himself a Rector Scholar. Rector was an immensely successful patent lawyer practicing in Chicago in the early 1900s when a close friend, Roy O. West, a DePauw graduate and trustee for whom the library is named, inspired Rector’s interest in the Greencastle school. Rector and his wife were childless. Their affection for the University and its students grew. Rector began giving to DePauw of his time and money and eventually, in his will, donated virtually all the remainder of his wealth. The total of more than $3.85 million in Rector’s philanthropies for DePauw was an enormous amount at a time when tuition might be had for $100 a year and a handsome dormitory could be built for $250,000. His “investments” in DePauw, as he called them, ranged from contributions to funds for needy students and for teachers’ retirement, to dormitories that stand to this day, Lucy Rowland Hall (named for his wife) and Longden Hall (named for the storied DePauw administrator/teacher Henry B. Longden). His Rector Hall, a showpiece women’s dormitory named for Rector’s father, Isaac, was built in 1917 and served until damaged by fire in 2002 and replaced by the present Rector Village complex. Rector’s largest giving was for a merit scholarship program. As a bright high school student in Bedford, Ind., he had been too poor to join his schoolmates in going to college. He was resolved to help others in this fix, if he could later. Rector’s contributions totaling about $2.8 million for a scholarship program had an impact hard to overstate. The gift was one of the largest ever for a school of DePauw’s size, and it shaped the character of the school for years to come. When the program began in 1919, DePauw had fewer than 1,000 students, and many male students were lagging academically. Beginning with

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year to the best and brightest high school male graduates, the program kept growing until by the 1932-33 school year there were a total of 700 Rector Scholars on campus, comprising nearly half of the entire undergraduate student body and 70 percent of the men. While the numbers declined thereafter, a Rector scholarship remains DePauw’s top academic merit award today. Women are now included, and over the years literally thousands of Rector Scholars have gone on to distinguished careers after graduation. Gulick began work on the project in the late 1990s with the intent of repaying the great man to whom he owed his college education. His research has been at his own expense and without editorial direction from the University. Recently, he has been aided in research by five current Rector Scholar undergraduates who likewise are volunteering as a way of honoring their benefactor. They are writing a 21st century epilogue for the book. Much of the material for the volume has not been published previously. Primary sources in the DePauw Archives are augmented by interviews with retirees who have longtime, firsthand knowledge of the Rector program. Part of the information about Rector’s early years comes from an autobiography that was never published. The book’s narrative thereafter covers the ups and downs of both the program’s administration and its financing from its beginning in the 1920s through the Depression crisis years and post-World War II years until 2000. It has a noteworthy chapter on outstanding Rector graduates. Because the Rector story is DePauw’s own story in so many ways, the University plans to publish the book. A publication date for An Investment in Humanity: Edward Rector and his Historic Scholarship Program for DePauw University will be announced later. The last book published by the University was DePauw: A Pictorial History, in 1987.

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DePauw is a leading producer of Fulbright grant recipients
In each of the last two years, three DePauw seniors and one recent graduate have been selected as recipients of international graduate study and research grants through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program competition. For 2007-08, DePauw ranks 16th among the nation’s leading, bachelor’s degree-granting institutions for producing students who receive Fulbright grants. The 2007 graduates – Jeyson H. Florez, Michael R. Roberts and Nishita Trisal – are using their Fulbright grants to teach and study in Costa Rica, Germany and Indonesia, and John P. Porter ’02 is studying in Japan. Fulbright grants are intended to provide future American leaders with an international perspective through the unparalleled opportunity to study, conduct research and teach in other nations.
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Latina-oriented sorority, Omega Phi Beta, granted Psi Chapter at DePauw
Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated (OPBSI) has granted a charter for a new collegiate chapter at DePauw, which fulfilled specific national and campus standards in order to be recognized as the Psi Chapter. A Latina-oriented sorority, Omega Phi Beta works to create and cultivate a campus community in which women of distinct backgrounds can come together to support one another. DePauw’s Psi Chapter is the first OPBSI chapter in Indiana and the sixth in the Western Upstate New York and Midwest Region. Omega Phi Beta was colonized at DePauw in 2006 by four students: Veronica D. Diaz ’08, Gloris Estrella ’09, Melyna Hernandez ’07 and Norma L. Villanueva ’07.
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DePauw is 1 of 4 nationally to receive award to support women in computing
A DePauw program, “Leveling the CS1 Playing Field,” is one of four college programs nationwide to receive an inaugural Academic Alliance Seed Fund award of $10,000 from the National Center for Women & Information Technology. Administered by Gloria Childress Townsend, Herrick E. H. Greenleaf Professor of Computer Science and director of the Science Research Fellows Program, DePauw’s program is designed to engage first-year women students through role modeling, dispelling myths about computing, and showcasing a broad variety of computing careers and lifestyles. Initial funding for the Seed Fund was provided by Microsoft Research.

Spingarn Medal now on display in the Julian Center
A replica of the Spingarn Medal awarded by the NAACP to Percy Lavon Julian ’20, internationally known chemist and entrepreneur, in 1947 was installed as a permanent display in the atrium of the Percy Lavon Julian Science & Mathematics Center on Sept. 14. Another DePauw alumnus received the award in 2001: Vernon E. Jordan ’57, senior managing director of Lazard Fréres & Co., attorney, civil rights leader and author. The NAACP has awarded the Spingarn Medal every year since its inception in 1913 to an African-American in recognition of outstanding achievement. Other recipients of the Spingarn Medal include George Washington Carver, W.E.B. DuBois, Alex Haley and Colin Powell.

Students present research at Geological Society of America
The research of three DePauw students and one faculty member was featured at the 119th annual meeting of the Geological Society of America held Oct. 27-31 in Philadelphia. Approximately 6,300 geoscientists attended, and the DePauw students were among a very small number of undergraduates presenting at the professional conference. Senior Benjamin A. Gibson presented a project he worked on with junior Allison C. Barnes and Tim D. Cope, assistant professor of geosciences. Their project was titled “Mesozoic Structural Evolution of the Yanshan Fold-Thrust Belt, Northeast China.” Senior Lauren A. Weir collaborated with two University of Idaho professors on her project, which dealt with “The Lung as an Air Sampler.”
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More than 90 organizations at the Activities Fair this fall offered students the opportunity to participate.

Faculty Briefs
Professor Hilary Eppley and six other inorganic chemists receive NSF Grant
Hilary Eppley, associate professor of chemistry, is one of seven inorganic chemists from across the United States who have been awarded a National Science Foundation Phase I Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Initiative grant. The $150,000 award, for 2008-09, will fund their work at seven different, primarily undergraduate institutions in the development of a “community of practice” for the teaching of inorganic chemistry. The interactive Online Network of Inorganic Chemists will include face-to-face collaborative development of teaching materials, the creation of an online repository of teaching materials that also includes other interactive features to create a sense of community, and collaborative inter-institutional teaching activities. In addition to Eppley, the collaborators for this grant include inorganic chemists from The Claremont Colleges, Earlham College, Harvey Mudd College, Hope College, James Madison University and Reed College. Eppley’s inorganic chemistry research projects at DePauw – using non-traditional solvent systems to synthesize coordination polymers with transition metals and lanthanides – have involved more than 20 students in the last eight years. The projects were supported by external grants from Research Corporation and the Petroleum Research Fund and have resulted in 29 conference presentations by her undergraduate research students. ■ James A. Beckel, adjunct professor of music and principal trombonist for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, composed a new piece of music, “Musical Masque (of the Seasons),” in honor of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Brown County Art Colony at Nashville, Ind. Beckel’s compositions have been played and recorded by most of the nation’s major orchestras and concert bands. Beckel Nancy J. Davis, Lester Martin Jones Professor of Sociology, is a co-recipient of the 2007 Distinguished Article Award from the American Sociological Association’s Sociology of Religion section. Davis and Indiana University’s Robert V. Robinson were recognized for their article, “The Egalitarian Face of Islamic Orthodoxy: Support for Islamic Law and Economic Justice in Seven Muslim-Majority Nations,” published in the American Sociological Review in 2006. Carl A. Huffman, professor of classical studies, presented a lecture on “Reason and Myth in Early Pythagorean Cosmology” to the Catholic University of America’s School of Philosophy on Sept. 28. Valarie H. Ziegler, professor of religious studies, served as historian for the new opera, Julia, which was presented Sept. 26 and 29 at Symphony Space in New York City. The libretto for the opera, presented by Underworld Opera Productions, is taken from the letters of Julia Ward Howe (1819-1910), an abolitionist and advocate for women’s suffrage. Ziegler’s book, Diva Julia: The Public Romance and Private Agony of Julia Ward Howe, won the inaugural Trinity Prize. Ziegler worked with the director to research the production notes that were printed in the program, and she wrote a biography of Howe that also appeared in the playbill. At the conclusion of both performances, Ziegler was a panelist in a forum in which production members responded to questions from the audience.

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Remembering Dick Rosser
Editor: When Dick Rosser began his duties as DePauw president in the winter of 1977, I had been there only a few weeks myself. Even from my first contacts with him, I thought that he was exactly what the University needed at an important time. Nothing later changed these initial and highly positive opinions. Not only was he a personal example of the liberal arts ideal, he spoke easily and effectively about DePauw’s many virtues and early on began a close dialogue with all constituencies of the University. I was especially struck with and saw firsthand his engaging manner with students. He quickly recognized the quality student leadership that always has epitomized life at DePauw, and he sought to utilize this resource in a most energetic way. At the same time, he expected students, most notably those leading Greek living units, to make certain their organizations behaved responsibly and were assets to the campus. I believe Dick Rosser’s legacy is most obvious in the strengthening of an already highly regarded academic program and in his insistence that DePauw be attractive to a more diverse and an even more academically talented student body. One very concrete example was the initiation of the Management Fellows Program, which without his strong advocacy might not have happened. With all of the many wonderful things that have enhanced DePauw and its reputation in the years since he led the school, I hope people will not forget what Dick Rosser did to help make these possible. There is so much that I appreciate from my time at DePauw, and I surely cherish the chance to have worked with Dick Rosser. In the years since, I always welcomed his advice and ideas through somewhat regular telephone conversations. From these, I realized again and again what an intelligent, lively and even patriotic man he was and how committed he was to private colleges and to the crucial role of higher education in strengthening our nation. – John R. Mohr Associate dean of students at DePauw 1977-82 Editor’s note: See obituary for Richard Rosser on the inside back cover.

Letters to the Editor Policy: The DePauw Magazine welcomes letters from alumni on articles and University issues. All letters must be signed and may be edited for clarity and space. Address letters to: DePauw Magazine, DePauw University, 300 E. Seminary St., P.O. Box 37, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037 E-mail: landersn@depauw.edu • Fax: 765-658-4625

Securing Our Legacy
Meditation on my return from a 50th reunion
By Pam Mills Casagrande ’60 Edited by Phyl Lanzone Sharp ’60 Watch out, Boomers, we of the BB generation – Before Boomers, almost 70 years old – are still going strong! The 18 living women in my pledge class initiated in March 1957 gathered at a bed-and-breakfast in Sudbury, Mass., to reminisce about the past 50 years. The last time most of us saw one another was 47 years ago at the age of 22, when we graduated from DePauw University. We began our four days together with hugs and tears and amazed looks. Born between the Great Depression and World War II, we started out before “women’s lib” had a foothold. We were raised by June Cleaver and took education courses as a hedge against the possibility that we might not marry after graduation. We first voted in 1960 and were WASPs before the term was used. Look into our eyes, and you will see the wisdom gained through our losses. We are all orphans, except for one, and her mother is 98. Only one admitted to a few “tweaks;” she has been a blond since 1968. We admired two white-haired BB sisters and two salt-and-pepper heads. Two others indignantly said they had only had haircuts. The other 11 have succumbed to the touch-up bottle and have not a hint of gray. Those of us married 40 years, more or less, find our choices of long ago continue to grow with us in all ways. Two have recently become widows after more than 40 years of marriage; they reminded us of the fragility of life. Another is in her third marriage, having been widowed twice. All but one have been married at least once. We have 41 children – 19 girls and 22 boys. We have 56 grandchildren on whom to dote. We have two cancer survivors and one battling cancer with chemo. We have had one heart surgery, one serious intestinal surgery, several eye

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surgeries and an undisclosed number of hysterectomies. We all have our daily routine of pills, vitamins and food taboos. The one among us who recently married a man 13 years her junior looks fabulous – there might be some wisdom here. Within 20 years or so of graduation, two-fifths of us who married soon after graduation had shed our husbands, usually to be our own person rather than an adjunct of our spouse and his work. One of us earned a Ph.D., and six earned master’s degrees, including one who holds two. We have a practicing psychoanalyst, six teachers, Los Angeles writer/actress, Washington lobbyist, pastoral assistant, painter, and our hostess, the bed-and-breakfast owner. Most are now retired, yet passionately support our communities in the 14 states where we live by volunteering for the American Cancer Society, Habitat for Humanity, local homeless shelters and food pantries or food kitchens, local visitors’ centers, senior centers, arts organizations, church organizations and choirs. Our first three nights back together were rowdy enough to qualify as disturbing the Sudbury peace. The first night we reminisced about the time we lived together in the sorority house. We pored through old pictures, yearbooks and newsletters. We asked ourselves where the time had gone, and how could we still laugh so hard? Our first morning in Sudbury began with a policeman knocking at the door of the bed-and-breakfast. He came to check a 911 call from the address, and when no emergency was found, we captured him for a group photo. He left with a smile, red face, bag of freshly baked muffins and coffee.

Sunday began with a book discussion of March by Gwendolyn Brooks. We had grown up reading Little Women, and we made a pilgrimage to Concord and the Alcott family’s gravesite the day before. That afternoon, we sang and clapped in the entrance hall as the first BB left us to return home to Ohio. We ate a delicious last supper of steamers and blueberry pie. We were subdued as we continued our last stories. One was from a BB who married a man she had met training for the Stephen Ministry. Another BB told of the power of Joan Didion’s book, A Year of Magical Thinking, which helped her to cope with the sudden death of her husband of many years. She and another widow were heads together talking intently about finance in widowhood. Another three-way conversation explored different farming methods and crops with the conclusion that the same problems existed on farms in California, Kansas and North Carolina. Our resident cheer-us-upper recreated her rabbit-from-a-napkin trick that had livened up the staid Concord Inn during Saturday’s lunch. The “rabbit” jumped up her arm to howls of surprised laughter. We talked about our children and bragged about our grandchildren. We talked of healing carrot juice, healing hands and healing words. The BBs went from 69 to 19 years old in those four fun days. We’ve learned to laugh, or at least to smile, whenever life throws us a curve. We care about one another even with years and miles between us. We’ve all learned that many of the bad events in our lives could have been worse. A famous writer once said, “Age is a very high price to pay for maturity.” We have paid the price! _______________ DePauw Magazine would like to print more alumni “legacy” stories in future issues. You can send your DePauw “legacy” story to Larry Anderson, DePauw Magazine editor, by e-mail at landersn@depauw.edu. Or you can mail a letter to Larry Anderson, Editor, DePauw Magazine, 300 E. Seminary St., P.O. Box 37, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037; fax to 765-658-4625. _______________

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Bright from the Start, the Simple, Science-Backed Way to Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind from Birth to Age 3, Jill A. Stamm ’68, with Paula Spencer (Gotham Books – ISBN: 978-1592-40285-4). Knowing the right steps to take in encouraging your child’s development can be an overwhelming task. Often, parents will spend a great deal of money on “edu-tainment” products, such as books, CDs and DVDs – but do these products really work? What does a growing baby really need for optimal development? In Bright from the Start, Stamm takes the latest neuroscience and translates the findings into clear messages and sensible suggestions, showing parents and others the simple things that can be done day-by-day to put children on paths to higher potential and more fulfilling lives. Bright from the Start gives parents all the information and tools they need to know without the clinical jargon to help build a radiant future for their children. Stamm is the cofounder of New Directions Institute for Infant Brain Development and is an associate clinical professor at Arizona State University in the department of psychology and education. –––––––––––––– Buster’s Christmas Letter: Lessons From a Dog’s Tale of Survival, Robert Lee Wilson ’76 (Paribus Publishing, Ltd. – ISBN: 1-933705-09-4). This inspiring, true story explores the bonds that develop between pets and humans as the Wilson family cares for their beloved dog Buster, who in turn profoundly shapes the family. In an engaging, personal and often humorous narrative, the author describes how the relationships between Buster, an Australian shepherd, and the family develop from the time Buster arrives as a puppy through the emotional roller coaster of his survival. Along the way, they share everyday joys and trials as only dogs and families can. A compelling tale of survival unfolds when Buster is lost and seriously injured in the dead of winter, but is found and recovers, becoming an unlikely media celebrity as a result. The outpouring of emotion and support from the community deeply affected the family. It crystallized the essential message of this book that “feelings are more important than things.” So the family’s annual Christmas letter to friends was “written by Buster.” His fresh approach had a unique twist that touched people deeply. The letter is included in the book and provides both the theme and title. Several color photos of Buster also are featured in the book. Lee Wilson is managing director of Greenwich Advisors in Greenwich, Conn., and a member of the DePauw University Board of Trustees. He and his wife, Deborah Riefe Wilson ’76, met as students at DePauw. –––––––––––––– Cheney: The Untold Story of America’s Most Powerful and Controversial Vice President, Stephen F. Hayes ’93 (Harper Collins Publishers – ISBN: 978-0-06-072346-0). For the past four decades, Vice President Dick Cheney has been involved in some of the most momentous decisions in American history. He was present when Gerald Ford decided to declare an end to the Vietnam War, and nearly 30 years later Cheney was in the presidential bunker below the White House immediately following the attacks of 9/11. Often surrounded in controversy, it is quite rare for a journalist to have access to this most enigmatic vice president. Stephen F. Hayes was granted unprecedented access to Dick Cheney and the mysterious world in which he lives. Hayes conducted hundreds of interviews with Cheney’s childhood friends, political mentors and foes, family members, reticent staffers and even President Bush. He talked with Vice President Cheney firsthand for more than 30 hours and has put together a comprehen-

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sive portrait of one of the most important political figures in modern times, resulting in the most candid account of Cheney’s life ever published. Most interestingly, Hayes reveals a very different Dick Cheney from the one America thinks it knows. Hayes is a senior writer for the Weekly Standard and author of The New York Times bestseller The Connection: How al Qaeda’s Collaboration with Saddam Hussein Has Endangered America. –––––––––––––– Ethical Leadership in the Community College: Bridging Theory and Daily Practice, David M. Hellmich ’81, editor (Anker Publishing Company – ISBN: 978-1-933371-22-1). Leadership carries many responsibilities, and public trust is perhaps the most important responsibility of all for anyone in a position of authority. The weight of day-to-day responsibilities that face those in community colleges threatens to bury ethical intent. Ethical Leadership in the Community College addresses the importance of ethical leadership and explores real-world applications so that community college leaders can develop the institutional savvy to be extraordinary ethical leaders. This book is written for community college faculty members, staff, presidents and trustees who are committed to being ethical leaders. It is divided into two sections: the first provides brief theoretical foundations for ethical leadership and relates those foundations to daily practice, and the second section explores in-depth daily practice for ethical leaders. Hellmich is vice president of learning support and academic affairs at Bluegrass Community and Technical College. –––––––––––––– God and the Reach of Reason: C.S. Lewis, David Hume, and Bertrand Russell, Erik J. Wielenberg, associate professor of philosophy (Cambridge University Press – ISBN: 978-0-521-70710-7). Wielenberg explains that this book is about “suffering, morality, reason, joy, miracles, faith, and God. It is about the views of three great thinkers on deep and important topics.” The author’s goal in God and the Reach of Reason is to form a discourse between these philosophers – Lewis, Hume and Russell – that sheds light not only on the views of each, but also on the quality of their arguments. Along with irreconcilable differences and points of tension, some surprising areas of agreement emerge. A common thread within the writings of these men is a burning passion for the truth and respect for evidence, and, according to Wielenberg, this “shared passion and reverence not only unites these three intellectual giants; it makes them exemplars we would all do well to emulate.” God and the Reach of Reason is not just for those interested in Lewis, Hume or Russell; it is for anyone interested in thinking seriously about God. ––––––––––––––
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The Impact of Tablet PCs and Pen-based Technology on Education 2007: Beyond the Tipping Point, edited by David A. Berque, professor and chair of computer science, Jane C. Prey, and Robert H. Reed (Purdue University Press – ISBN: 978-1-55753-461-3). This monograph includes 15 papers presented at the Workshop on the Impact of Pen-Based Technology on Education 2007, which was held at Purdue University. The peer-reviewed submissions describe deployments of pen-based computing (most notably Tablet PCs) in K-12 higher education. An amazingly diverse range of subject areas is discussed, including computer science, agronomy, chemistry, mathematics, economics, physics, electrical engineering and communications. Additionally, many of the papers describe classroom tools, techniques and pedagogical models that may be applied across multiple disciplines. The goal of this monograph is to share information with a larger audience, because the papers contain solid evaluation data and discuss issues of broad applicability to Tablet PC-enabled pedagogy in general. –––––––––––––– Sailing Into Sunset, Ann W. Borger ’63 (Infinity Publishing.com – ISBN: 0-7414-4120-9). Sailing Into Sunset, the first chapbook by Ann Work Borger, contains 24 poems that connect the author’s inner vision with the outer world through nature imagery and introspection. In verse, Borger chronicles life’s passing with both the shock of a cloudburst and the subtlety of the drip of an icicle. Her subjects range from “January Thaw” and “Learning to Waltz” to “Cherry Tree in April” and “Limits of Technology.” Borger has won poetry awards from the Greater Lehigh Valley Writer’s Group, Pennsylvania Poetry Society and Upper Bucks County Arts Festival. She has been a reader on the PBS program Poet’s Pause. A retired computer analyst, she began writing poetry in the 1970s to deal with loss. A Webmaster and musician, she lives with her husband, Barrie, in eastern Pennsylvania. ––––––––––––––


Read more book reviews in previous issues of the DePauw Magazine at www.depauw.edu/pa/magazine.
Environmentalist and author of Crimes Against Nature, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. signed his book following his keynote address at DePauw Discourse 2007: Sustainability and Global Citizenship. For more information, go to www.depauw.edu/discourse.

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ANNUAL HONOR ROLL OF DONORS
A Message from President Robert G. Bottoms  Financial Report for 2006-07  A Report from R. David Hoover ’67  The Washington C. DePauw Society  Indiana Asbury Legacy Society Report  The Annual Fund  DePauw Loyalty Society  Class Lists  Parent Giving  Friends, Faculty and Staff  Corporations, Foundations and Organizations  Memorial Gifts  Honor Gifts  Board Lists

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DePauw’s 18th president, Robert G. Bottoms, will retire as president at the end of the 2007-08 academic year, but he will continue to serve the University as chancellor. It is worth noting that nearly one-third of DePauw’s total alumni have graduated since Bottoms assumed the presidency in 1986. – Editor When I met with students over the past 21 years, I repeatedly asked if they were attending DePauw on a scholarship. Very frequently, the students responded that had they not received financial assistance, a DePauw education would not have been possible. For me, this answer reinforces just how important alumni are to the University. It is only because alumni and friends make gifts for scholarships that so many students are able to benefit from the DePauw experience. I have also been especially pleased over the years to administer the Glenn Swisher Fund, which is a discretionary fund for the president to use to provide additional assistance to deserving students. Glenn especially wanted to help those who found themselves in financial difficulty and wanted to remain in school or to participate in an essential international experience or other project for which they did not Robert G. Bottoms

When I have been asked about the most memorable moments in the last two decades, I reflect immediately on one of the defining events in the University’s history. Again, it is about alumni giving. It was DePauw’s receipt of a $128 million gift from the estate of two alumni, Philip and Ruth Clark Holton, in 1999. The generosity of the Holtons allowed DePauw to provide more scholarships for students who have been leaders in their communities and also inspired many other alumni to make gifts. When one examines the history of DePauw University, you cannot overstate how the lives of so many students are enriched because alumni help underwrite the cost of a DePauw education. Similarly, there is a revealing story about alumni behind every program, facility, lecture series and curriculum enhancement that have strengthened the University and made it the leading, national liberal arts university it is today. Two of the most recent examples are the buildings the University dedicated during October’s Old Gold Weekend: the Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts and the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics. Without such generous alumni and friends, the University would not be able to provide outstanding facilities for future generations of students. If you have visited DePauw, you have seen many of the physical improvements to the campus in the past two decades. However, the changes at the University are even more profound as we continue to implement the University’s five-year strategic plan. DePauw now enrolls about twice as many international students than in the past. This initiative provides an experience that will better prepare students for the global society in which they will live and work. DePauw is also more diverse because significantly more students, faculty and staff members of color have joined the community compared to 20 years ago. Learning to live peacefully and meaningfully with the diverse peoples of any country and world beyond our borders is essential, and DePauw has sought to model a community where we can learn to deal creatively and positively with those world citizens who are different from ourselves.

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I encourage you to read more about the strengths of DePauw today in this issue of the magazine – my last President’s Report. Also take a look at the Annual Honor Roll of Donors that recognizes the many alumni, parents and friends who support DePauw. These are among the reasons I have confidence that DePauw is in a position to provide the best possible educational experience for students and meet future challenges under the leadership of a new president. There is nothing more exciting than the opportunity to work with young people. During my presidency, I have enjoyed teaching a class on leadership and interacting with students. I look forward to working with students in my role directing the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics. One of the goals of the Institute is to link issues that are on students’ minds with DePauw’s tradition of exposing students to the wisdom of the ages. Located in the DePauw Nature Park, the Ethics Institute will help students learn to examine their own values and equip them with the critical thinking skills necessary not only for making a living but also to live in a morally responsible way. The institute also will support DePauw faculty members in developing new concepts for teaching ethics across disciplines. Serving as president at DePauw has been a wonderful opportunity, and I know I will find my continuing association with the University to be just as rewarding. I want to thank all the members of the Board of Trustees for the opportunity to hold this office. It has been a privilege to work with alumni and faculty and staff members to move DePauw forward. I also especially want to thank my wife, Gwen, who has worked tirelessly to make the University a better place. She has been at times an astute critic of the University, while also serving as one of our most outspoken sponsors. Gwen and I love this University as much as alumni love it. One thing we want all alumni to know is how great a difference you make in the life of DePauw. Simply put, DePauw would not be as strong as it is today – and poised for even greater accomplishments – without your help. Thank you.

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Robert G. Bottoms, who became president in 1986, announced in April 2007 that he will retire as president at the end of the 2007-08 academic year and continue to serve the University as chancellor. James B. Stewart Jr. ’73, then the chair of the DePauw Board of Trustees, named trustee Sarah R. Wallace ’76 to serve as chair of the presidential search committee. Ten trustees, four faculty members, two students and one administrator comprise the committee, which has been working closely with the global search firm Russell Reynolds Associates in addition to gathering feedback from DePauw alumni and friends, students and faculty members.

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In October 2007 DePauw University marked the 100th anniversary of Old Gold Weekend. Highlights of this year’s events included the dedications of two new buildings that are transforming teaching and learning at DePauw. The Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts, made possible with a lead gift from Judson C. Green ’74 and Joyce Taglauer Green ’75, has transformed the facilities of the School of Music and the Department of Communication and Theatre and strengthened DePauw’s vibrant arts community. The Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics at the DePauw Nature Park, funded by a gift from Janet W. Prindle ’58, provides an inspirational environment that promotes critical reflection and constructive debate about the most important ethical questions of our time.

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DePauw Discourse, the fourth annual symposium hosted by the Washington C. DePauw Society, brought numerous guest speakers and notable alumni together on campus in October to engage members of the DePauw community in dialogue on this year’s theme of Sustainability and Global Citizenship. Robert F. Kennedy Jr., environmentalist and author who serves as senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council, chief prosecuting attorney for the Hudson Riverkeeper and president of Waterkeeper Alliance, was the featured speaker. Other national leaders and thinkers participating included: Beth Bechdol, deputy director of the Indiana State Department of Agriculture; Juliet Eilperin, environmental reporter for The Washington Post; Bill McKibben, an American environmentalist and author of The End of Nature and Deep Economy; Cristina Goettsch Mittermeier, executive director of the International League of Conservation Photographers and senior director of visual resources for Conservation International; Wallace “J.” Nichols ’89, Ocean Conservancy senior researcher and California Academy of Sciences research associate; Kay E. Pashos ’81, vice president of regulatory strategy for Duke Energy’s U.S. Franchised Electric and Gas organization; Glenn T. Prickett, executive director of the Center for Environmental Leadership in Business (CELB) and a senior vice president for Conservation International (CI); Greg Watson, senior adviser for clean energy technology, Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, and vice president for sustainable development and renewable energy, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative; and several members of the DePauw faculty. The symposium included a special screening of The 11th Hour, an environmental documentary produced and narrated by Leonardo DiCaprio.

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This fall’s entering class – one of the largest in recent years – included more than double the the group that arrived in Greencastle in August 2006. A total of 45 new undergraduates are coming to

number of international matriculants and about 11 percent more valedictorians and salutatorians than the University from 19 foreign countries, 31 as matriculants (versus 15 last year) and 14 as exchange students. Excluding international students, 16 percent of the incoming class comes from multicultural

backgrounds; that increases to 22 percent if the international total is included. Forty-one of the incoming students were valedictorians or salutatorians in high school, five more than were in last year’s entering class. Twenty-two percent are first-generation college students (compared with 15 percent in 2006), while 20 percent of students in the Class of 2011 have DePauw alumni ties (up from 18 percent).

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Alyssa Bernstein, assistant professor of philosophy at Ohio University, is the first recipient of the Nancy Schaenen Visiting Scholar Award for residency at DePauw’s Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics during 2007-08. While at DePauw, Bernstein will write a book on contemporary philosophical conceptions of human rights, focusing on John Rawls’s The Law of Peoples and its main competitors. John K. Roth will serve as the Robert and Carolyn Frederick Distinguished Visiting Professor of Ethics at DePauw during 2007–08. Roth is the Edward J. Sexton Professor of Philosophy at Claremont McKenna College, where he is the founding director of the Center for the Study of the Holocaust, Genocide, and Human Rights. He also serves on the faculty of Claremont Graduate University.
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In July Caroline K. Jetton was appointed dean of the School of Music. A member of the DePauw faculty since 1996, she previously served as associate dean. She is recognized by her peers at DePauw and throughout the music community as an excellent music educator.

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The annual Exemplary Teaching Award given jointly by DePauw and the General Board of Higher Education of the United Methodist Church was presented to Wayne E. Glausser, professor of English. The award is supported by the George and Virginia Crane Distinguished Teaching Award Fund.

Caroline K. Jetton

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DePauw students, faculty members and alumni engaged in dialogue with several distinguished guests throughout 2006-07. The following individuals visited campus as part of The Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture Series: Mitch Albom, best-selling author and founder of three charities in the Detroit area; E. O. Wilson, a Harvard University entomologist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author; and James C. Alling ’83, president of Starbucks Coffee International.

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Karen Koning AbuZayd ’63, commissioner-general of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), delivered the address at DePauw’s 168th annual commencement, during which 514 students received diplomas. At the commencement, DePauw awarded AbuZayd the McNaughton Medal for Public Service and conferred two honorary degrees. Robert M. Steele ’69, the Nelson Poynter Scholar for Journalism Values and the Senior Faculty in Ethics at the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, received an honorary Doctor of Journalism degree. William F. Welch ’40, a founding partner of Bingham McHale LLP and former president of both the Seventh Circuit Bar Association and Lawyers Club of Indianapolis, received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.


The women’s basketball team won DePauw’s first-ever athletics team national championship by defeating Washington University (St. Louis) 55-52 in a thrilling NCAA Division III title game played in March in Springfield, Mass. The Tigers finished the season with a 31-3 record, including an 11game winning streak to close the season. The team’s five seniors closed out their collegiate careers with a 109-15 record. Liz Bondi ’07, who is an all-American in basketball and tennis, was named the NCAA tournament’s Most Valuable Player. Suzy Doughty joined Bondi on the all-tournament team. Head coach Kris Huffman was named Coach of the Year by D3hoops.com and DIIINews.

Karen Koning AbuZayd ’63


A major gift from Steven L. Trulaske ’79 and his wife, Michelle, underwrites the semester- or summer-long, off-campus study experiences of at least 30 upperclass students each year through the Steve and Michelle Trulaske International Scholarship Fund, in addition to supporting at least 20 first-year students in a new DePauw-Ecuador Summer Program. Open to students who are enrolled to enter the University in the fall, the DePauw-Ecuador Summer Program – which began in summer 2007 – offers an intensive, five-week experience in Spanish language immersion, cultural awareness and international service. The Trulaskes’ gift also will support students who wish to study in Segovia, Spain, for a fall or spring semester, or a summer term to improve their language skills and gain an understanding of Spain’s literature, art and history, as well as its emerging role in the European Union. The total of 50 additional students gaining international experiences through the Trulaskes’ generosity brings DePauw close to its goal of increasing the percentage of graduating seniors with an international experience from the previous level of 60 percent to 75 percent.


Forgotten Genius, a two-hour NOVA documentary about the life of renowned chemist and humanitarian Percy L. Julian ’20, was broadcast by PBS in February 2007. A portion of the documentary was filmed on the DePauw campus. Julian won worldwide acclaim for his work in organic chemistry and as the first African-American director of an industrial chemistry research lab. He is noted most for his synthesis of physostigmine, a drug used in the treatment of glaucoma; synthesis of cortisone from soybeans, which was used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory conditions; and development of aero-foam, a flame retardant that saved thousands of lives during World War II.
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In January the Board of Trustees approved new support for DePauw’s Greek system. Key elements of the initiatives approved by the trustees include: (1) A new set of standards for Greek and University housing setting high but reasonable levels for health and safety issues (particularly fire safety); (2) a voluntary Greek support program, subject to IRS approval, to provide financial support options, which can be tailored to the needs of individual Greek chapters that require assistance in meeting the new standards; and (3) a Trustee Greek Support Resolution, which stresses both the valuable role and important responsibilities of the Greek system as members of the University learning community. The trustees also endorsed a report about the ongoing efforts designed to improve the vitality of the Greek system. In May DePauw completed searches and hired three Greek life coordinators, new positions endorsed by trustees at their January meeting.

VITAL SIGNS VITAL SIGNS
DePauw Vital DePauw Vital Signs Signs 2006-07 2006-07
2,305 82.5%

1996-971996-97 1986-87
2,162 71.3% 12:1

1986-87
2,290 71.8% 15:1 $2,080,977 $95.9 million 226,350 81 136 $8,200 $3,215 $2,189,545 40 1080 25

Full-time equivalent enrollment
Graduation rate

Full-time equivalent enrollment

2,305

2,162 71.3%

2,290 71.8% 15:1 $2,080,977 $95.9 million 226,350 136 $8,200 $3,215 $2,189,545 40 1080 25

Graduation rateStudent – faculty ratio (full-time faculty)
Annual Fund Student – faculty ratio (full-time faculty)

82.5% 10:1
$5,355,925 10:1 $558.1 million 335,000

$3,421,19012:1 $277.4 million 298,904 158 $16,180 $5,400 47 1180 25

Annual Fund Endowment

Endowment Library holdings Multicultural students, including international students Tuition and fees

$5,355,925

$3,421,190 298,904 312 $16,180 $5,400 47 1180 25

$558.1 394
$27,780 $7,800

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$277.4 million 81

Full-time faculty members Library holdings

230 335,000

Multicultural students, including international students
Room and board

394

Full-time faculty members DePauw University Financial aid from Tuition and feesNumber of academic majors offered
Median combined SAT score

230 $33,934,867
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158 $21,660,347

Room and board Median ACT score

$7,800 $33,934,867

Financial aid from DePauw University Number of academic majors offered Median combined SAT score Median ACT score

$21,660,347

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Fiscal Year Financial Summary
From the Vice President for Finance and Administration
DePauw University completed the fiscal year ending June 30, 2007, in sound financial shape. The budget plan for fiscal year 2007 supported and reflected the objectives of Securing Our Legacy, DePauw’s strategic plan for 2005–10. Total revenue exceeded total expenditures, debt service and transfers for capital projects by $434,221, and this amount was transferred to the Capital Projects Fund to support future capital budgets.

Financial highlights for fiscal year 2007 include:
• Richard Speller • The Annual Fund exceeded its fundraising goal for the fourth consecutive year and set a new record at $5.35 million. Endowing resources increased from $490.5 million to $558.1 million. The investment return on the endowment was 18.4 percent for the year. The spending rate from the endowment for fiscal year 2007 operations was 5.5 percent of the average endowment value for 16 trailing quarters. • Work continued within budget and on schedule for the Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts and Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics. Both of these extraordinary facilities were dedicated during Old Gold Weekend. • • The University issued no new debt in fiscal year 2007. Long-term debt totals $98.29 million and carries a rating of A2 with a Stable Outlook from Moody’s Investors Service. In keeping with DePauw’s longstanding commitment of providing students with comfortable and secure living units, the University completed the installation of lighting retrofits and new HVAC and sprinkler systems in Mason Hall and new roofs on Mason Hall and Lucy Rowland Hall. Other improvements to campus facilities included renovations in East College and Harrison Hall, and an addition to the Admission Building to provide space for the consolidation of Admission and Financial Aid offices. The University is pleased with the financial progress of fiscal year 2007 and believes that its strong financial position will continue to contribute to the advancement of the Securing Our Legacy strategic plan.

Richard Speller Vice President for Finance and Administration

DEPAUW UNIVERSITY ENDOWING RESOURCES
2002-2007
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
0 $100Mill. $200Mill. $300Mill. $400Mill.

$388.7 million $376.0 million $412.1 million $452.8 million $490.5 million $558.1 million
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DEPAUW UNIVERSITY BUDGET REPORT For the Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 2007
BUDGET REVENUE: Tuition Revenue ....................................................................................62,301,000......................62,024,161...........................276,839 Less Financial Aid .............................................................................. (33,080,000)................... (33,934,867)...........................854,867 Net Tuition Revenue .............................................................................29,221,000......................28,089,294........................1,131,706 Student Fees ...............................................................................................987,000...........................992,875............................ (5,875) Net Tuition and Fees Revenue ...............................................................30,208,000......................29,082,169........................1,125,831 Endowment Income ..............................................................................22,878,000......................25,167,845..................... (2,289,845) Investment Income.....................................................................................779,000........................1,415,993........................ (636,993) Private Gifts and Grants Utilized .............................................................7,852,000........................8,003,876........................ (151,876) Government Grants ...................................................................................557,000...........................611,861.......................... (54,861) Other Sources ............................................................................................285,000...........................287,886............................ (2,886) Total Educational and General Revenue ................................................62,559,000......................64,569,630..................... (2,010,630) Room, Board and Bookstore Revenues ....................................................9,826,000........................9,965,561........................ (139,561) TOTAL REVENUE 72,385,000 74,535,191 (2,150,191) ACTUAL VARIANCE

EXPENDITURES, DEBT SERVICE AND TRANSFERS: Faculty Salaries and Instruction .............................................................25,493,000......................26,340,625........................ (847,625) General Academic Support ......................................................................3,835,000........................4,599,795........................ (764,795) Library ....................................................................................................2,828,000........................2,769,652.............................58,348 Student Services ....................................................................................10,163,000......................10,683,440........................ (520,440) Institutional Support .............................................................................10,807,000......................11,445,899........................ (638,899) Buildings and Grounds ...........................................................................7,639,000........................7,733,844.......................... (94,844) Total Educational and General Expenditures .........................................60,765,000......................63,573,255..................... (2,808,255) Room, Board and Bookstore Expenditures ..............................................7,498,000........................7,131,539...........................366,461 Total Expenditures ................................................................................68,263,000......................70,704,794..................... (2,441,794) Debt Service - Bond Issues ......................................................................3,897,000........................3,396,176...........................500,824 Transfers for Capital Projects ......................................................................225,000...........................434,221........................ (209,221) TOTAL EXPENDITURES, DEBT SERVICE AND TRANSFERS 72,385,000 74,535,191 (2,150,191)

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A Report from R. David Hoover ’67 Chair, DePauw University Board of Trustees

When the DePauw community marked the 100th anniversary of Old Gold Weekend (formerly Old Gold Day) this fall, events included the presentation of annual alumni awards and the dedication of two new buildings, the Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts and the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics. It is important that the University celebrates its traditions and continues to improve the experience it provides students. This annual report highlights some of the ways in which DePauw has become even stronger and recognizes the many alumni who help make it happen. The continuing efforts to strengthen DePauw’s Greek system will have a long-term impact on campus life. Significantly, the Board of Trustees this year approved new support for the Greek system, including: a new set of standards for Greek and University-owned housing that sets high but reasonable standards for health and safety issues; a voluntary Greek support program, subject to IRS approval, to provide financial support options that can be tailored to the needs of individual Greek chapters that require assistance in meeting the new standards; and a Trustee Greek Support Resolution, which stresses the valuable role and important responsibilities of the Greek system in the University learning community. Staff members for three new positions – Greek life coordinators– were hired in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life to work directly with Greek students. I am also pleased that a group of alumni volunteers formed the Greek Life Advisory Council that is committed to help strengthen the Greek system at DePauw. The University continues to make progress on its five-year strategic plan, Securing Our Legacy. Certainly, the two new buildings mentioned above provide outstanding facilities to support the creative and performing arts at DePauw and to engage students in considering ethical issues that will prepare them to live as morally responsible citizens. The diversity of the student body is increasing, and the University enrolled more international students than ever before. A major gift from Steven L. Trulaske ’79 and his wife, Michelle, will allow at least 30 additional upperclass students to experience semester- or summer-long, off-campus study. DePauw is now 16th among bachelor’s degree-granting institutions nationwide for producing students who receive Fulbright grants for international graduate study and research grants. All of which reflects how DePauw is working to prepare students to be leaders in the global society in which they will live and work. Other noteworthy accomplishments this year include: the entering class this fall was one of the largest in recent years, the women’s basketball team won DePauw’s first-ever team national championship, Caroline K. Jetton was appointed dean of the School of Music, Professor of English Wayne E. Glausser received the Exemplary Teaching Award given jointly by DePauw and the General Board of Higher Education of the United Methodist Church, 50 alumni received Community Leadership Awards for

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The Class of 2011
making a difference in the lives their fellow citizens, and a record 9,667 alumni opened doors for DePauw students by making gifts to the Annual Fund. DePauw’s reputation as a leading, national liberal arts university continues to grow, and that means DePauw is in a strong position to conduct one of the most critical tasks in the life of a university: the search for a new president. As you know, Bob Bottoms announced in April his plans to retire as president at the end of the 2007-08 academic year and continue to serve the University as chancellor, including leadership of the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, I want to take this opportunity to thank Bob for his extraordinary career as president of DePauw since 1986. DePauw is undoubtedly a stronger university because of Bob’s leadership and devotion to excellence. Because of that momentum, he has made it easier for the Board of Trustees to attract top-quality candidates to consider as his successor. The Board of Trustees has already begun the search for DePauw’s 19th president. Trustee Sarah Reese Wallace ’76 is chairing the search committee – which includes eight additional trustees, four faculty members, two students and one staff member – that has sought and received input from alumni, faculty members, students, parents and others about what kind of individual DePauw’s next president should be. We have also received many recommendations for candidates. Working with Russell Reynolds Associates, a global search firm headquartered in New York City, trustees have begun the process of narrowing down the field of candidates and conducting interviews. Because the presidential selection process is important for the entire University community, a link – titled Presidential Search – is available on DePauw’s Web site to provide more information about the status of the search. Thank you for your continued support as we move forward to identify the University’s next leader.

R. David Hoover ’67 Chair, DePauw University Board of Trustees

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2006-07 ANNUAL FUND – CASH TOTAL
Carleton College (Minn.) Davidson College (N.C.) Washington & Lee University (Va.) DEPAUW UNIVERSITY (Ind.) Oberlin College (Ohio) Denison University (Ohio) Pomona College (Calif.) Kenyon College (Ohio) Sewanee - The University of the South (Tenn.) Grinnell College (Iowa) Wabash College (Ind.) $3,310,934 $3,095,579 $2,759,678 $4,500,000 $5,355,925 $5,036,185 $4,900,000 $4,663,987 $6,100,000 $7,300,000 $7,175,254

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$2 mill.

$3 mill.

$4 mill.

$5 mill.

$6 mill.

$7 mill.

$8 mill.

$9 mill.

2006-07 ANNUAL FUND – ALUMNI PARTICIPATION
Davidson College (N.C.) Carleton College (Minn.) Pomona College (Calif.) Washington & Lee University (Va.) Oberlin College (Ohio) Kenyon College (Ohio) Grinnell College (Iowa) Sewanee-The University of the South (Tenn.) DEPAUW UNIVERSITY (Ind.) Wabash College (Ind.) Denison University (Ohio)
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60% 56% 46% 46% 41% 39% 38% 38% 37% 37% 36%
20
30

40

50

60

70

80

90

100

INSTITUTION – ENDOWMENT PER STUDENT
(AS OF JUNE 30, 2006)

Pomona College (Calif.) Grinnell College (Iowa) Wabash College (Ind.) Carleton College (Minn.) Washington & Lee University (Va.) Davidson College (N.C.) Oberlin College (Ohio) Denison University (Ohio) DEPAUW UNIVERSITY (Ind.) Sewanee - The University of the South (Tenn.) Kenyon College (Ohio) $99,998
0 $100K $200K $300K $400K $500K $600K $700K $800K

$952,427 $944,675 $415,865 $314,780 $269,870 $250,548 $244,307 $239,946 $206,757 $181,029

$900K

$1M

(DATA IS TAKEN FROM THE 2006 NACUBO ENDOWMENT STUDY.)

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 ALL GIFTS BY SOURCE
Alumni ............................................................................................................................$17,695,238 Gifts ...........................................................................................................................$12,219,123 Estates and Trusts .........................................................................................................$5,476,115 Parents .................................................................................................................................$391,370 Friends ..............................................................................................................................$1,932,412 Corporations ........................................................................................................................$691,416 Foundations ......................................................................................................................$5,968,643 Family Trusts and Other Organizations .............................................................................$1,220,120 TOTAL .................................................................................................................. $27,899,199 ��� ����� �� ������ � ��� ����� Number of Alumni Donors ........................................................................................................9,667 Alumni Participation Percentage.................................................................................................. 37% Number of WCDS Annual Members (alumni, parents and friends) ...........................................1,237

All Gifts by Source
Alumni ........................................................................63.4% Parents and Friends .......................................................8.3% Foundations ................................................................21.4% Corporations .................................................................2.5% Family Trusts and Other Organizations ........................4.4% TOTAL ...........................................................100.0%

ALL GIFTS BY PURPOSE
Current-Use Support .........................................................................................................$8,835,836 Annual Fund ................................................................................................................$5,355,925 Other Current Restricted .............................................................................................$3,479,911 Buildings and Grounds .....................................................................................................$6,477,670 Endowment and Similar Funds .........................................................................................$9,746,437 Scholarships and Other Financial Aid...........................................................................$2,574,419 Faculty Support ............................................................................................................$1,571,174 ��� ����� �� ������� � ��� ����� Academic Support ...........................................................................................................$351,740 Unrestricted .................................................................................................................$4,154,318 Other ...........................................................................................................................$1,094,786 Deferred Gifts ...................................................................................................................$2,839,256 TOTAL .................................................................................................................. $27,899,199

All Gifts by Purpose
Current-Use Support ...................................................31.7% Financial Aid Endowment .............................................9.2% Educational and General Endowment .........................25.7% Buildings and Grounds ...............................................23.2% Deferred Gifts .............................................................10.2% TOTAL ...........................................................100.0%

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A MESSAGE FROM TODD R. ROBERSON ’82
Executive Committee Chair

On behalf of everyone in the DePauw family, I want to thank the 1,558 Washington C. DePauw Society lifetime and annual members whose leadership-level support is so critical to the University. Our membership continues to grow and better embody the legacy of the University’s first great benefactor, Washington C. DePauw, which is to ensure “the never-ending advancement of the University’s excellence.” I want to extend a special thanks to our 1,237 alumni, parents and friends who joined or renewed their annual membership in 2006-07 with a leadership-level Annual Fund gift. Your tremendous giving, both annual and lifetime, leads DePauw alumni, parents and friends in opening doors of opportunity for current and future generations of students.

Todd R. Roberson ’82


In 1986 the DePauw University Board of Trustees authorized the formation of the Washington C. DePauw Society to honor DePauw’s major donors. Like the University’s first great benefactor for whom the Society is named, these alumni, parents and friends demonstrate through leadership-level gifts their love of DePauw and their commitment to its liberal arts mission. Lifetime Membership The Washington C. DePauw Society extends lifetime membership to donors and their spouses whose gifts and commitments to the University total at least $100,000. Their contributions to DePauw are recognized by individual bronze plaques on the wall of the Washington C. DePauw Plaza in front of East College. The exceptional financial support from the lifetime members of the Washington C. DePauw Society has shaped the history and progress of DePauw. So many of the excellent academic opportunities, resources and facilities that the University provides to its students and faculty members would not be possible without the generosity and leadership of these major donors. The University gratefully acknowledges the extraordinary giving of these alumni, parents and friends. The Lifetime membership levels of The Washington C. DePauw Society are: Trustee Associates Lifetime .........................................................$100,000,000 or more East College Lifetime ...........................................................$50,000,000-$99,999,999 President’s Lifetime ..............................................................$25,000,000-$49,999,999 Old Gold Lifetime ...............................................................$10,000,000-$24,999,999 Charter Lifetime ......................................................................$5,000,000-$9,999,999 Partner Lifetime .......................................................................$1,000,000-$4,999,999 Fellow Lifetime ..............................................................................$500,000-$999,999 Lifetime .........................................................................................$100,000-$499,999

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Qualifying gifts and commitments include cash, securities, real estate and other personal property. They may be in the form of outright gifts, bequests or life income agreements. Gifts to the Annual Fund are cumulative toward lifetime membership in the Society. Annual Membership The Washington C. DePauw Society offers an annual membership to alumni, parents and friends who make an Annual Fund gift to DePauw of $1,500 or more. Alumni who graduated within the past 14 years qualify for annual membership at separate giving levels. Annual membership and recognition is based on an individual’s or couple’s personal gifts and matching gifts received in a single fiscal year. The University depends on leadership-level gifts to the DePauw Annual Fund, which provides critical support of the current-year operating budget to underwrite student scholarships, faculty teaching and scholarly projects, Winter Term and off-campus study and other immediate needs of the University. 2006-07 Gift Circles Trustee Associates Circle .....................................................................$40,000 or more East College Circle ..............................................................................$25,000–39,999 President’s Circle .................................................................................$12,500–24,999 Old Gold Circle ....................................................................................$5,000–12,499 Charter Circle .........................................................................................$1,500–4,999 Young alumni ..........................................................................................$1,000–1,499
A gift of $1,000–1,499 qualifies annual membership for alumni who are 10–14 years post graduation.

GOLD ......................................................................................................... $500–999
A gift of $500–999 qualifies annual membership for alumni who are 1–9 years post graduation.

Washington C. DePauw


The Washington C. DePauw Society welcomed the following new lifetime members in 2006-07.
Joining at the Partner member level:
Norman M. Johnson ’56 and Julia R. Johnson, Friend Thomas S. Porter ’65 Craig C. Grannon ’70 and Linda D. Grannon, Friend James Hollensteiner ’53 John G. Hurley ’60 Carol Nelson Johnson ’52 David S. Johnson ’53 and Anne Prindle Johnson ’54 Richard J. Laker ’57 and Helen Pigott Laker ’58 Larry J. Marfise ’74 and Suzanne Marfise, Friend Kathryn A. Miller ’73 Gregory T. Mutz ’67 Frank T. Page and Catherine K. Page, Parents Kenneth Dyer Rogers ’42 dec Moyer Eugene Speicher ’43 Donald E. Town ’71 Frank D. Walker ’57 John D. Williams ’47 Rozelle Rutter Williams ’32 dec

Joining at the Fellow member level: Joining at the Life member level:

DePauw University gratefully acknowledges the significant additional gifts and commitments that qualified the following current members for a higher membership level.
Jane Allison ’37 Anonymous Joan Westmen Battey ’54 and Charles W. Battey, Friend Frederick B. Hendricks ’58 Corrine V. Reichert, Parent and Susan Reichert Milanak ’84 Evans McWhirter Rust and Roberta Rust, Friends Bradley L. Sexauer ’73 R. Lee Wilson ’76 and Deborah Riefe Wilson ’76

Harry L. Hawkins and Bernice S. Hawkins, Friends dec

Jason A. Asbury ’95 E. Webb Bassick IV ’74 Barbara Van Dellen Beré ’47 Dean L. Berry ’55 dec H. E. Barney Burroughs ’57 and Sandra Louy Burroughs ’57 Carolyn Hancock Cleland ’58 and Arthur C. Cleland, Friend James H. Emison ’47 and Eileen Sullivan Emison ’47 Patricia Myers Gathers ’61 and Myers Alumni

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The Washington C. DePauw Society Roster of Lifetime Members
EAST COLLEGE LIFETIME LEVEL Timothy H. Ubben ’58 and Sharon Williams Ubben ’58 OLD GOLD LIFETIME LEVEL Don R. Daseke ’61 Jane L. Emison, Friend Judson C. Green ’74 and Joyce Taglauer Green ’75 Janet W. Prindle ’58 Christine Plank Rales ’74 Steven M. Rales ’73 Lee E. Tenzer ’64 and Marilyn E. Tenzer, Parent CHARTER LIFETIME LEVEL Anonymous Evans McWhirter Rust and Roberta Rust, Friends PARTNER LIFETIME LEVEL Elizabeth Pfeffer Allen ’56 and Robert E. Allen, Friend Jane Allison ’37 J. William Asher ’50 Sarah Hogate Bacon ’41 and Theodore S. Bacon, Jr., Parent James R. Bartlett ’66 and Susan Bartelsmeyer Bartlett ’66 Thomas W. Boswell ’66 and Cheryl K. Boswell, Friend Lynn Stang Browne ’48 and Robert W. Browne, Friend Robert G. Casey ’70 and Leslie L. Casey, Friend Nicholas D. Chabraja and Eleanor Chabraja, Parents John W. Christensen ’35 and Beth Heuring Christensen ’43 James M. Cornelius and Kathy Cornelius, Parents Eugene L. Delves ’50 and Sue Howard Delves ’51 Jane Rowles Dickson ’54 and William M. Dickson, Friend Glady Caley Faires ’56 John W. Fisher and Janice B. Fisher, Parents Robert R. Frederick ’48 and Carolyn Smith Frederick ’49 Shirley B. Frees, Friend Greg T. Greenwood ’78 and Kristina L. Greenwood, Friend C. Salen Herke ’51 H. David and Bonne G. Hilliard Ronald K. Holmberg ’54 and Cynthia Brooks Holmberg ’56 R. David Hoover ’67 and Suzanne Anderson Hoover ’67 Mary B. Howell, Friend Kathryn Fortune Hubbard ’74 and Allan B. Hubbard, Friend Marcia Raber Hughes, Friend John Jakes ’53 and Rachel Payne Jakes ’51 Norman M. Johnson ’56 and Julia R. Johnson, Friend Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. ’57 Marilou Morrell Kelly ’55 Edith B. Kinsey, Parent Arthur E. Klauser ’45 Charles A. Leis ’52 and Marilyn Newpart Leis ’52 Sal F. Marino ’42 George L. Mazanec ’58 and Elsa Mazanec, Parent Beverley McDermond, Friend David J. Morehead ’53 and Marjorie Davis Morehead ’54 Erik G. Nelson ’61 and Eleanor D. Nelson, Friend Phyllis Walker Nicholas ’55 and Bruce S. Nicholas, Friend Andrew J. Paine, Jr. ’59 and Jane Medaris Paine ’60 Richard W. Peck ’56 Thomas S. Porter ’65 Gilbert H. Reese ’79 Ellen Gordon Roberts, Friend Martha Steele Robes ’66 Ian M. Rolland ’55 and Miriam V. Rolland, Parent Stephen W. Sanger ’68 and Karen Ogren Sanger ’68 Nancy Shelly Schaenen ’51 and Nelson Schaenen, Friend Jane Turk Schlansker ’63 Bradley L. Sexauer ’73 Olive M. Shafer, Parent dec Barbara E. Smith ’62 Douglas A. Smith ’68 and Phyllis Gilbert Smith ’69 Elaine Showalter Smith ’36 Tim Solso ’69 and Denny Manning Solso ’69 Norval B. Stephens, Jr. ’51 and Diane Forst Stephens ’51 David B. Stevens ’51 and Sally Symon Stevens ’52 James B. Stewart, Jr. ’73 David M. Stone ’57 John L. Trimpe, Jr. ’59 Charles A. Vickers ’55 and Martha Johnson Vickers ’55 John H. Wallace ’76 and Sarah Reese Wallace ’76 Richard A. Warne ’54 and Jane Leahy Warne ’54 Jane Preston Watson ’40 James R. Williams ’50 Jerry L. Williams ’54 and Jane Jones Williams ’57 Maurice B. Wood ’50 and Jean Wood, Friend Richard D. Wood ’48 and Billie Lou Wood, Friend FELLOW LIFETIME LEVEL Dorothy Stout Aldridge ’51 Mrs. Phillip H. Ault, Friend Joan Westmen Battey ’54 and Charles W. Battey, Friend David B. Becker ’75 Gerald W. Bruce ’40 Rhett W. Butler ’62 and Kay Burney Butler ’62 Edward W. Cassidy ’54 Lawrence W. Clarkson ’60 and Barbara Stevenson Clarkson ’61 Rollin L. Clayton ’61 Annamargaret Chapman Clutter ’41 Sally Smerz Cowal ’66 Albert E. Crandall ’56 and B. Louise Woods Crandall ’50 George W. Crane, Jr. ’42 Robert J. Darnall ’60 and Marletta Farrier Darnall ’61 Anthony J. de Nicola ’86 and Christie B. de Nicola, Friend Gary Paul Drew ’61 and Sandra Aldrich Drew ’62 Boots Duesing ’50 and Doris Wells Duesing ’50 J. Robert Fletcher, Parent Betty Davis Givens ’54 and David W. Givens, Friend M. Lewis Gulick ’44 Harry L. Hawkins and Bernice S. Hawkins, Friends dec Frederick B. Hendricks ’58 Floyd M. Huber and Mary Huber, Parents Donald W. Jones, Sr. ’43 Robert L. Mitchell ’60 Mary Frances Pearson, Parent Myrta J. Pulliam, Friend Robert F. Reckman ’44 and Carleen S. Reckman, Friend Alvin J. Rockwell ’29 dec Darlene Montgomery Ryan ’76 Thomas H. Sams ’64 and Susan Sams, Parent Erwin E. Schulze ’47 Otto L. Sonder, Jr., Friend Norman E. Strasma ’55 and Janice Strasma, Parent Mary H. Vogel, Friend William F. Welch ’40 R. Lee Wilson ’76 and Deborah Riefe Wilson ’76 Frederick M. Winship ’45 LIFETIME LEVEL Lynne Butler Adams, Friend David T. Allen ’61 and Carol Ann Allen, Parent Joseph P. Allen IV ’59 and Bonnie Darling Allen ’61 Beverly Byram Anderson ’53 Dean K. Anderson ’50 and Gretchen Scott Anderson ’49 John T. Anderson ’52 and Nancy Filkey Anderson ’52 Anonymous Kermit W. Arnold ’37 Jason A. Asbury ’95 Elgan L. Baker, Jr. ’71 James K. Baker ’53 and Beverly B. Baker ’59 Beth Williston Barr ’38 Carol Ledford Barrett ’63 William J. Barrett ’61 and Sara Schrock Barrett ’61 Fred J. Bartizal, Jr. ’65 and Susan Ferry Bartizal ’65 E. Webb Bassick IV ’74 Emily Beaman Beals ’69 and Brian L. Beals, Friend Effie J. Behrens, Parent Barbara Van Dellen Beré ’47 Katherine Lind Bergethon, Friend Nini M. Bermudez-Webb, Friend Florence Rupper Bernhardt ’43 Dean L. Berry ’55 dec Bruce P. Bickner ’65 Alfred D. Biggs, Jr. ’54 and Ruth Hawkins Biggs ’54 David A. Bohmer ’69 and Lynn Reuss Bohmer ’69 James B. Bolen, Jr. ’50 Emmylou Bollinger, Friend Virginia Burns Boynton ’40 and Walter A. Boynton, Parent Alan R. Brill ’64 James E. Brumbaugh ’55 Daniel E. Brunette ’74 Arthur L. Bryant ’56 and Carol Shanahan Bryant ’58 Frances Buch for William H. Buch ’36 Robert F. Bullard ’28 dec and Miriam K. Bullard, Friend dec Anne Husted Burleigh ’63 and William R. Burleigh, Parent Barbara Burris, Friend H. E. Barney Burroughs ’57 and Sandra Louy Burroughs ’57 John W. Busey ’61 and Judith R. Busey, Parent Joseph Butler ’51 Robert C. Canfield ’60 and Patricia Harms Canfield ’57 Nancy Ford Charles ’57 Carolyn Hancock Cleland ’58 and Arthur C. Cleland, Friend Timothy C. Collins ’78 and Andrea Collins, Friend Esther Ritz Collyer ’28 Steven Conant ’71 J. Campbell Craddock ’51 dec and Dorothy D. Craddock, Parent Alan M. Craft ’50 and Ann Logan Craft, Friend William L. Crist ’69 and Carol Prentice Crist ’70 Laura A. W. Cumback, Friend dec Karen ’94, Michael ’98 and Brian ’00 Curley Loren D. Daily ’51 and Gloria Lindquist Daily ’52 Ruth Ellen Borgmeier Daughtery ’47 Luis R. Davila ’81 and Deborah White Davila ’82 Bronson C. Davis ’65 and Cathie Valeska Davis ’66 H. Eugene Dennie ’39 and Dorothea B. Dennie, Friend Elaine Aiken Doenges ’47 Pauline Douglas ’42 Theodore D. Driscol ’58 Aura May Durham ’46 Kris K. Elftmann and Linda A. Elftmann, Parents James H. Emison ’47 and Eileen Sullivan Emison ’47 James W. Emison ’71 and Kathryn Holmes Emison ’72 Theodore M. Englehart ’42 Mary Palmer Enroth ’62 and L. G. Enroth, Friend dec Philip N. Eskew, Jr. ’63 and Ann L. Eskew, Friend Robert H. Farber ’35 and Vera May Knauer Farber ’36 Margaret B. Ferree, Friend Barbara Hogate Ferrin ’43 and Allan W. Ferrin, Friend John D. Fetters ’50 and Marilyn Holtman Fetters ’54 Guy A. Fibbe ’49 Gerald F. Fitzgerald, Jr. ’72 and Denise McMahon Fitzgerald, Friend Allen D. Fleener ’52 and Margaret Fleener, Friend Marvin E. Flewellen ’85 and Caren L. Flewellen, Friend John W. Foreman ’33 dec Roger R. Fross ’62 and Madelon R. Fross, Friend Ruth Doyle Gallop ’55 and James L. Gallop, Friend Lou Aileen Garriott ’61 Barbara Mayne Gasser ’47 Patricia Myers Gathers ’61 and Myers Alumni William D. George, Jr. ’54 and Ellie George, Friend Raymond I. Geraldson ’62 and Melinda Paine Geraldson ’65

“By establishing the Steve and Michelle Trulaske International Scholarship Fund, Michelle and I are affirming our belief that DePauw’s long-term strategic goal of internationalizing the University will produce future graduates who can contribute even more to our global society. Beyond being an investment in young people and the University, it is a pledge to create greater understanding among students of the world in which they will live and work, and we trust, change for the better.” – Steven L. Trulaske ’79

Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

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“I worked on the staff of The DePauw newspaper since my first days on campus. As a Media Fellow, I had an internship with the communication/public information department at the headquarters of the UN World Food Programme in Rome. DePauw afforded me so many opportunities – in travel, work, academics and extracurriculars – but I wouldn’t have been able to actively pursue my interests without the Gertrude and G. D. Crain Award.” – Ashley L. Baxstrom ’07, Los Angeles, Calif.
Paul O. Germann, Jr. ’52 Robert W. and Elizabeth Gibson ’60, Parent, and children Thomas R. Gibson ’64 and Sophie Harned Gibson, Parent Charles A. Gilbert ’56 and Carolyn Beasley Gilbert ’58 John S. Goetcheus ’60 and Jan Berg Goetcheus, Parent James D. Graham ’62 and Carol Fisher Graham ’63 Craig C. Grannon ’70 and Linda D. Grannon, Friend J. Thomas Grayson ’63 and Helen Gerber Grayson ’63 Ruth Haimann, Friend Arlene R. Hamilton, Friend Donald L. Hamilton ’57 and Emily Hooton Hamilton ’58 Vernon O. Hamilton, Jr. ’64 and Valerie Watson Hamilton ’65 Glenn C. Hannah ’52 Richard A. Hansen ’53 and Joan K. Hansen, Friend Sharon Kniebbe Hartshorn ’66 and Terry Hartshorn, Friend Michael A. Herrell ’60 and Helen H. Herrell, Parent Faith Ritz Engle Hippensteel ’30 Max W. Hittle, Jr. ’66 and Carol Boardman Hittle ’68 dec James Hollensteiner ’53 Herbert W. Hoover ’51 and Barbara Burton Hoover ’49 James E. Hoover and Carroll Hoover, Parents William M. Horne, Jr. ’42 and Alice Hobart Horne ’45 Robert E. Houk ’42 and Marion Pfitzner Houk ’42 Heidi Schultz Huizenga ’67 John H. Huneke III ’67 and Ruth Russ Huneke ’68 John G. Hurley ’60 Hirotsugu (Chuck) Iikubo ’57 Norman F. Jay ’55 and Judith H. Jay, Parent T. Benjamin Jennings ’87 Carol Nelson Johnson ’52 David C. Johnson ’72 and Linda M. Johnson, Friend David S. Johnson ’53 and Anne Prindle Johnson ’54 Julia M. Johnson, Friend Carolyn T. Jones ’58 C. Robert Jordan ’50 and Sandra Brooks Jordan ’51 David L. Joyce ’66 Robert S. Julian ’59 and Marjorie Moore Julian ’60 Ingrid Grujanac Kay ’78 Donald J. Keller, Friend Barbara Meilinger Kleid ’49 Marilyn Shanks Klingaman ’54 and Thomas Klingaman, Friend Vern T. Kraushaar ’53 Richard J. Laker ’57 and Helen Pigott Laker ’58 Thomas A. Lancaster ’58 and Marilyn Hansen Lancaster ’58 Joyce Foster Larson ’53 and Arlyn Larson, Friend Robert J. Lavidge ’43 and Margaret Zwigard Lavidge ’45 dec Betty-Jane Yuncker Lee ’42 Mrs. William E. Lee, Friend Marcia Johnson Lemon ’46 Daniel E. Lewis ’58 and Linda Brainard Lewis ’60 Nancy Johnson Lewis ’64 and Kenneth J. Lewis, Friend Kathryn Gloger Liebschutz ’62 G. Richard Locke ’58 and Judy Blang Locke ’58 Bennet Ragan Ludden ’37 Michael R. Maine ’61 and Suzanne Bauman Maine ’62 Richard K. Mallery ’59 In memory of Jane Marshall Mansager ’60 Larry J. Marfise ’74 and Suzanne Marfise, Friend William C. Marlatt ’65 and Kathryn G. Marlatt, Parent Wesley P. Martin, Friend Engrid Hitch Meng ’66 Kathryn A. Miller ’73 Mark C. Mills ’73 Dean A. Mitchell ’51 and Martha Dunlavy Mitchell ’52 Bruce M. Montgomerie ’68 C. Lane Moore ’50 and Marian Miner Moore ’50 Mary Ann Moore, Friend Kenneth C. Mosier II ’66 and Brenda Mosier, Friend Robert L. Muller ’55 and Shirley Fouch Muller ’57 James M. Mullin ’83 and Donna S. Mullin, Friend Gregory T. Mutz ’67 Walter L. Naftzger ’65 and Colleen Riley Naftzger ’65 Richard H. Neuman ’50 and Sylvia H. Neuman, Friend Richard S. Neville ’76 and Janet Asp Neville, Friend Martha Weddell Nicholson ’84 from the Nicholson Family Foundation Elizabeth McKenzie O’Donnell ’49 Lois Smisek Owen ’56 and John H. Owen, Jr., Parent Frank T. Page and Catherine K. Page, Parents John B. Parks ’63 Marjorie Bundy Parks ’32 Sandra Frakes Parsons ’62 John T. Peters ’54 Elizabeth Emison Peterson ’40 dec and Theodore R. Peterson, Friend Elizabeth L. Piety, Parent Bruce E. Ploshay ’75 and Anne Hensley Ploshay ’76 Dennis A. Priser ’63 and Marilyn Mead Priser ’63 Paul F. Radcliffe ’49 and Sue Oettinger Radcliffe ’47 Ronald L. Randall ’62 and Carole Lee Clark Randall ’61 Henry G. Randolph ’41 and Lois E. Randolph, Friend Marshall W. Reavis IV ’84 and Amy Zino Reavis, Friend J. Gilbert Reese and Louella H. Reese, Parents Marjorie Rackow Reichart ’66 Corrine V. Reichert, Parent and Susan Reichert Milanak ’84 Blair A. Rieth, Jr. ’80 and Teresa O. Rieth, Friend Marian Blew Roberson ’81 and Todd R. Roberson ’82 Frank H. Roberts ’41 Sally Robards Roberts ’30 dec Kenneth Dyer Rogers ’42 dec John P. Rudy ’51 and Barbara M. Rudy, Parent Frederick A. Sanders ’54 and June Sanders, Friend Ralph E. Savage ’73 and Janet Teter Savage ’73 Harriett Shonkwiler Scarpelli ’47 David K. Schafer ’61 Robert A. Schmidt ’69 and Margaret Sheridan Schmidt ’69 Robert W. Schrier ’57 and Barbara Lindley Schrier ’59 Margaret Hammer Schuler, Friend Richard W. Schwartz ’75 and Janet Crawford Schwartz ’75 Daniel L. Schwarz ’83 and family Frank Lammers Seeger, Friend Robert E. Sessions ’44 and Charleen Seibel Sessions ’43 Orville C. Sherman, Friend dec Macy Glendening Simmons ’50 dec Marjorie Showalter, Friend Alvin I. Singer ’53 Lucy Brown Sloan ’61 Gordon Stanford Smith, Friend Kathleen Keller Smith ’52 and Charles L. Smith, Parent Michael L. Smith ’70 and Susan Leet Smith ’71 Carl Sorenson ’51 Moyer Eugene Speicher ’43 Thomas G. Spiece ’70 Linda G. Sprankle ’64 Max L. Stackhouse ’57 and Jean Hostetler Stackhouse ’57 Sarah Englehart Standley ’80 and Gilbert D. Standley ’82 Charles A. Stevenson ’35 and Jane Stevenson, Friend James G. Stewart ’64 Carl A. Strock ’41 John E. Swearingen, Parent Sylvan W. Tackitt, Friend John W. Taylor III ’62 and Kaari Taylor, Parent Kimberlee Fitzgerald Taylor ’78 and John I. Taylor ’80 Edward E. Thompson ’62 and Marilyn Muse Thompson ’63 Donald E. Town ’71 Mildred J. Tracht, Parent Robert M. Trent, Friend Steven L. Trulaske ’79 and Michelle K. Trulaske, Friend William R. Van Bokkelen ’68 James C. Van Horne ’57 and Mimi Van Horne, Friend Thomas K. Vandiver ’73 and Carolyn Haimann Vandiver, Friend David L. Vear ’53 dec and Jennifer D. Vear, Friend Brenton Wadsworth ’51 and Jean Wadsworth, Friend F. Michael Wahl ’53 Bruce Walker ’53 Frank D. Walker ’57 June A. Walker ’58 Elizabeth Dye Walker ’35 Ralph M. Weinrichter ’47 and Ann Durham Weinrichter ’44 Michael Scott Welch ’82 and Kimberlee Ann Welch, Friend Robert B. Wessling ’59 and Judith Hanson Wessling ’61 Clarke E. Whitaker ’44 Joann Wine White ’52 Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. White, Parents William L. White ’53 and Ann B. White, Friend Steven V. Wilkinson ’63 and Barbara Wells Wilkinson ’63 John D. Williams ’47 Rozelle Rutter Williams ’32 dec Lucille Hart Wilson ’29 Margaret Hardgrove Wilson ’41 Lawrence E. Young, Jr. ’84


The Washington C. DePauw Society Roster of Annual Members
Neal B. Abraham and Donna L. Wiley, Friends Steven M. Abraham and Nancy Abraham, Parents Karen Koning Abu Zayd ’63 and Abdel Rahman Abu Zayd Ahmed, Friend dec Charles A. Adams ’64 and Linda Howell Adams ’64 Michael D. Adams ’00 J. Patrick Aikman ’57 George H. Aldrich ’54 and Rosemary Balmfarth Aldrich, Friend Elizabeth Pfeffer Allen ’56 and Robert E. Allen, Friend Joseph P. Allen IV ’59 and Bonnie Darling Allen ’61 Caryn Cockerill Anderson ’89 and David T. Anderson, Friend Jane Eklund Anderson ’65 and Allan James Anderson, Friend John B. Anderson ’76 and Jo Schlesinger Anderson ’76 Don B. Ansel ’52 and Irene Koebke Ansel ’52 Susan M. Ansel ’82 Cynthia S. Anthony and Roy J. Anthony, Parents R. J. Anthony ’73 Robert S. Apatoff ’80 and Vicki Garrison Apatoff ’80 Mary Jo Morrison Ardington ’78 and Mark Winsted Ardington, Friend William H. Arends ’72 Jason A. Asbury ’95 Donald B. Aslan ’67 Sarah Hogate Bacon ’41 and Theodore S. Bacon, Jr., Parent Katherine C. Bahl and William F. Bahl, Parents Holly Adams Bailey ’92 and Paul Bailey, Friend Roberta Farrow Baldwin ’54 Gregory M. Ball ’97 and Julie Kollhoff Ball ’98 Jane H. Bankhurst ’02 John H. Bankhurst ’99 Lee C. Banks ’85 and Elizabeth Beatty Banks, Friend David T. Barker ’64 and Kathryn Donaldson Barker, Friend Susan Suckow Barkhausen ’78 and David N. Barkhausen, Friend Roberta O. Barnes ’70 and Clark J. Chandler, Friend Dennis L. Barrett ’67 and Sally Crowden Barrett ’67

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James R. Bartlett ’66 and Susan Bartelsmeyer Bartlett ’66 Katheryn Boston Bartlett ’43 E. Webb Bassick IV ’74 and Kathy Bassick, Parent Verna L. Baughman ’68 Emily Beaman Beals ’69 and Brian L. Beals, Friend Christopher W. Bear ’82 and Ivette Bear, Friend Florence E. Beatty ’74 George H. Belhobek ’65 and Jeanie Brown Belhobek ’66 Isham Jay Bennett ’91 and Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93 W. Charles Bennett ’74 Barbara Van Dellen Beré ’47 Matthew Perry Bereman ’05 Katherine Lind Bergethon, Friend Jeffrey M. Bernacchi ’79 and Mary Lynn Scovill Bernacchi ’79 Edward B. Blair, Jr. ’71 and Barbara Blair, Parent William V. Blake III ’59 and Linda Blake, Friend Barrett L. Boehm ’73 and Tamara Watling Boehm, Parent Isabelle Hadley BonDurant ’31 Thomas W. Boswell ’66 and Cheryl K. Boswell, Friend Robert G. Bottoms and Gwen Bottoms, Friends Charles C. Boyer ’59 and Jane Sansome Boyer ’62 Peter A. Boyer ’66 and N. Ling Boyer ’66 Virginia Burns Boynton ’40 and Walter A. Boynton, Parent Jacob P. Bracken ’02 and Amy Kostrzewa Bracken ’02 Robert R. Branson ’53 Suzanne DeCosted Breckenridge ’57 and James A. Breckenridge, Parent Miriam Cole Breese ’57 and Robert F. Breese, Parent André L. Brewer ’93 William W. Bromer ’49 and Patricia Ryan Bromer ’50 Andrea Hannon Brown ’74 and Blake H. Brown, Friend William L. Brown III ’69 and Susan Lange Brown ’68 Arthur L. Bryant ’56 and Carol Shanahan Bryant ’58 Graham C. Bryce ’62 and Sharley Bryce, Parent William H. Buettin ’49 and Arline Kraft Buettin ’49 Martha Morgan Bull ’58 and E. Rexford Bull, Friend Howard B. Burkett ’38 and Lucile E. Burkett, Parent Anne Husted Burleigh ’63 and William R. Burleigh, Parent Andrew B. Buroker ’84 and Susan R. Novak, Friend H. E. Barney Burroughs ’57 and Sandra Louy Burroughs ’57 John W. Busey II ’90 and Maribeth Steimle Busey ’88 Kim Klinger Butler ’81 and William J. Butler ’82 Rhett W. Butler ’62 and Kay Burney Butler ’62 Kathryn Doermer Callen, Parent Robert C. Canfield ’60 and Patricia Harms Canfield ’57 Mary Sims Cannell ’61 and Roger Cannell, Friend Glenn F. Carlson, Jr. ’81 William F. Carroll, Jr. ’73 and Mary Cooke Carroll, Friend Edward J. Casassa ’51 and Doris Casassa, Friend Robert G. Casey ’70 and Leslie L. Casey, Friend Judith Banker Castellini ’81 and Jerome A. Castellini, Friend Michael A. Chabraja ’89 and Lindsey Hart Chabraja ’97 Nicholas D. Chabraja and Eleanor Chabraja, Parents Nancy Ford Charles ’57 and Keith W. Charles, Friend Arthur W. Chick ’88 and Jean V. Chick, Friend Darrianne Howard Christian ’95 and Justin P. Christian ’95 Andrew T. Claar ’94 and Susan Dobbin Claar, Friend Lawrence W. Clarkson ’60 and Barbara Stevenson Clarkson ’61 Rollin L. Clayton ’61 Christine Martin Cleveland ’94 and John Cleveland, Jr., Friend Joseph C. Cleveland ’57 and Georgienne Burow Cleveland ’57 Pamela R. Clinkenbeard ’77 Barbara Tracy Cochran ’58 Benjamin G. Cochran ’55 and Patricia Cochran, Parent Paul T. Cochran ’60 and Linda Cochran, Friend Kathryn Schwarz Colten ’50 Courtney Hughes Comer ’91 and Guy Comer, Friend Charles A. Compton ’89 and Barbara Miller Compton ’89 Mark J. Conklin ’82 and Beverly Risma Conklin, Friend Susan O’Keefe Conner and Michael R. Conner, Parents Andrew P. Coolidge ’93 and Emily Smith Coolidge ’93 Jeffrey S. Cooper ’91 and Francesca Moroney Cooper ’92 Marc E. Cooper ’76 and Linda Cooper, Parent Thomas P. Cooper ’66 and Galen Morgan Cooper ’66 David C. Coquillette ’88 Kenneth W. Coquillette ’82 and Carrie Melind Coquillette ’82 James M. Cornelius and Kathy Cornelius, Parents Barbara Koepke Cornelsen ’67 S. Page Cotton, Jr. ’71 and Narda Greising Cotton ’72 Sally Smerz Cowal ’66 and Robert L. Muse, Friend Jeffery M. Cowden ’02 Robert R. Cowie ’72 and Diane Clark Cowie, Friend Jeffrey A. Cozad ’86 and Jane Maxwell Cozad ’86 Stuart G. Cozzens ’62 and Barbara A. Cozzens, Friend Albert E. Crandall ’56 and B. Louise Woods Crandall ’50 Lisa Hildebrand Crandell ’84 and Bradford E. Crandell ’85 Newton F. Crenshaw ’85 and Susan M. Crenshaw, Friend William L. Crist ’69 and Carol Prentice Crist ’70 D. David Cryer ’58 and Britt Swanson Cryer, Friend Alden C. Cummins ’72 James S. Cunning ’74 and Lisa Stone, Friend Melinda Walthers Dabbiere ’82 and David Dabbiere, Friend Carleton E. Dangremond, Jr. ’52 and Roberta Dangremond, Friend William K. Daniel II ’87 and Robin Wieland Daniel ’87 Wendy Jean Daniels and Kirk Jay Daniels, Parents Ryan J. Danks ’99 Matthew S. Darnall ’85 and Jennifer Lindamood Darnall ’85 Robert J. Darnall ’60 and Marletta Farrier Darnall ’61 Don R. Daseke ’61 and Barbara Daseke, Friend Judith Shafer Davidson ’57 and Wayne A. Davidson, Parent W. Douglas Davidson ’80 Luis R. Davila ’81 and Deborah White Davila ’82 Bronson C. Davis ’65 and Cathie Valeska Davis ’66 J. Baird Davis ’59 and Patricia Wolfe Davis, Friend Anthony J. de Nicola ’86 and Christie B. de Nicola, Friend Christopher A. DeGraw ’72 and Terry L. Muilenburg, Friend George Robert DeLong ’57 and Nancy Ade DeLong ’57 Richard E. Deer ’54 and Lee T. Deer, Parent Henry A. Deering ’63 Eugene L. Delves ’50 and Sue Howard Delves ’51 Paul S. Detlefs ’77 and Katie Cassidy Detlefs ’81 Jane Rowles Dickson ’54 and William M. Dickson, Friend Benjamin Diesbach ’68 and Marianne H. Diesbach, Friend Lee E. Dirks ’56 Max W. Dixon ’57 Morris B. Dodd ’64 and Sandra J. Dodd, Friend Margaret Hanson Donoghue ’88 and Daniel J. Donoghue, Friend John P. Douglass ’68 and Emily R. Douglass, Friend Meredith L. Dray and Philip B. Dray, Parents Gary Paul Drew ’61 and Sandra Aldrich Drew ’62 Thomas Arthur Drew ’67 and Constance D. Drew, Friend Donald H. Driemeier ’60 and Joyce Driemeier, Parent Dale J. Ducommun ’50 and Anna Cain Ducommun ’52 Brice H. Dunshee ’87 and Laura Runyan Dunshee ’87 Frank W. Durham, Jr. ’48 and Shirley Gilbert Durham ’47 Victoria Schug Dycio ’89 Margaret Santner Dye ’46 and Earl S. Dye, Jr., Friend Ralph R. Edminster ’58 Susan Metcalfe Elzemeyer ’52 James H. Emison ’47 and Eileen Sullivan Emison ’47 James W. Emison ’71 and Mary Kathryn Holmes Emison ’72 Mark A. Emkes ’75 and Maria Concepcion Emkes, Friend Grey M. Emmons ’69 and Lurie S. Emmons, Friend Mark E. English ’64 Mary Palmer Enroth ’62 and L. G. Enroth, Friend dec Robert L. Erickson ’58 and Rita Luther Erickson ’59 Linda K. Ernst ’77 and Patrick Ronan, Friend Kevin R. Eskew ’94 and Deborah Dalenberg Eskew ’98 Dale E. Espich ’51 Robert W. Evans ’59 and Sharon C. Evans, Friend Dick Everard ’51 L. Penfield Faber ’52 and Marilyn Melvin Faber, Friend Richard L. Fanyo ’69 and Mary E. Fanyo, Friend Cary Kay Fellman ’57 Robert E. Ferguson ’54 and Gwen Schlesinger, Friend Barbara Hogate Ferrin ’43 and Allan W. Ferrin, Friend James R. Feutz ’68 and Vickie J. Feutz, Friend Janet Risi Field ’81 and James R. Field, Friend David M. Findlay ’84 and Susan Scott Findlay, Friend Donald C. Findlay II ’56 and Judith Lilly Findlay ’57 Roger W. Findley ’57 and Suzanne Erickson Findley, Friend Gordon B. Finley, Jr. ’65 and Margaret Finley, Friend William B. Fischer ’43 and Vicki C. Fischer, Friend Allen D. Fleener ’52 and Margaret Fleener, Friend Robert J. Fleschler ’87 and Katherine Roob Fleschler ’88 James H. Fletcher ’69 and Gerda Fletcher, Friend Kathlyn E. Fletcher ’92 and John Carl Littrell, Friend Marvin E. Flewellen ’85 and Caren Flewellen, Friend Marilyn Stamstad Fogdall ’61 and Larry C. Fogdall, Friend Bradley R. Foss ’00 Katherine Tweedle Fox ’62 and Alan F. Fox, Friend Robert D. Franks ’73 and Frances Smith, Friend Timothy G. Franzen ’93 and Wendy Fletcher Franzen ’94 Robert R. Frederick ’48 and Carolyn Smith Frederick ’49 Paul D. Frederickson ’59 and Suzanne Wedeking Frederickson ’58 Scott A. Fredrick ’87 and Carolyn Fredrick, Friend Patricia Boynton Frey ’65 and William James Frey, Friend Beverly Grant Frier ’52 and Bill Frier, Friend Roger R. Fross ’62 and Madelon Rose Fross, Friend Alison E. Frost ’69 and Richard L. Bender, Friend Mark Adin Fuller III and Cynthia Gaudin Fuller, Parents Jane Brazes Funke ’78 and David W. Funke, Friend Bradley S. Fuson ’82 and Teresa Gayle Fuson, Friend Nancy Hunger Galliher ’57 and David A. Galliher, Parent Martha Faitz Gamble ’57 Todd G. Gardner ’87 and Wendy Ellis-Gardner ’89 David W. Garrison ’01 and Erica Kruse Garrison ’01 Tracy Cochran Garrity ’82 and Dennis J. Downing, Friend James R. Gates ’78 and Bobbie Gates, Friend Stephen K. Gauly and Patricia Gauly, Parents William D. George, Jr. ’54 and Ellie George, Friend R. I. Geraldson, Jr. ’62 and Melinda Paine Geraldson ’65 William G. Gerber ’61 and Shannon Gerber, Friend Robert W. Gibson ’60 Thomas R. Gibson ’64 and Sophie H. Gibson, Parent Ronald W. Gilbert ’34 Robert H. Giles ’55 and Nancy M. Giles, Parent John David Gislason ’82 and Judith A. Spence, Friend Betty Davis Givens ’54 and David W. Givens, Friend Robert P. Godwin ’59 and Patricia Zwickel Godwin ’60 Carl H. Goltermann ’50 David S. Goltermann ’78 and Elizabeth Gray Goltermann ’80 Julie Houk Goodrich ’73 and David W. Goodrich, Friend Joan Austin Goodwin ’59 and David G. Goodwin, Friend Cynthia A. Gossett ’77 and Derek Storm, Friend Megan Grow Graham ’94 and Andrew S. Graham ’94 William W. Graham ’62 and Loraine Graham, Friend Craig C. Grannon ’70 and Linda D. Grannon, Friend Mark W. Grannon ’78 and Gai Grannon, Friend Kent M. Grathwohl ’85 and Kyra Grathwohl, Friend Cynthia Diller Gray ’73 Judson C. Green ’74 and Joyce Taglauer Green ’75 Jill Greene ’75 Greg T. Greenwood ’78 and Kristina L. Greenwood, Friend Robert W. Griffith, Jr. ’62 and Barbara Klingner Griffith ’63 Marjorie Volwiler Grinnell ’46 and Joseph F. Grinnell, Friend Judith Drompp Guild ’53 and J. Kent Guild ’53 dec Megan Lewis Haddox ’79 and Craig A. Haddox, Friend Susan Schacht Hagaman ’64 and T. Carter Hagaman, Friend Kirsten Jean Hagen ’02 Katharine Draper Haimbaugh ’44 Melanie Thexton Hall ’78 and Robert H. Hall, Friend Donald L. Hamilton ’57 and Emily Hooton Hamilton ’58 Lee H. Hamilton ’52 and Nancy Nelson Hamilton ’52 Vernon O. Hamilton, Jr. ’64 and Valerie Watson Hamilton ’65 John R. Hammond III ’76 and Diana H. Hamilton, Friend Glenn C. Hannah ’52 Richard A. Hansen ’53 and Joan K. Hansen, Friend David C. Harbottle ’68 and Cindi Harbottle, Friend David L. Harlor ’78 and Florence E. Harlor, Friend T. Lyle Harlor ’48 and Pam Harlor, Friend John G. Harmann ’95 Charles M. Harris ’70 and Marie Rhine Harris ’70 Barbara Dixon Harrison ’56 and Richard D. Harrison, Friend Michael A. Harrison ’97 and Jessica Combs Harrison ’00 Sharon Kniebbe Hartshorn ’66 and Terry Hartshorn, Friend Nancy Grant Harvey ’60 W. Brian Hatton ’95 Brian P. Hauck ’98 Irving M. Heath ’41 and Rachel Waltz Heath ’40 Carole Kelly Hegenbarth ’58 and James T. Hegenbarth, Friend Sally Sohngen Henderson ’54 and Thomas S. Henderson, Friend Robert F. Henry, Jr. ’54 and Ellen O. Henry, Friend Charles W. Hetzel, Jr. ’92 and Sarah Sargent Hetzel ’92 Kathryn Pitts Hickey ’99 Suzanne L. Hickman ’75 Julie Read Hildebrand ’74 and David Hildebrand, Friend Alan Preston Hill ’81 and Jennett McGowan Hill ’85 Charles W. Hillman ’52 and Anne Mossberg Hillman ’51 Max W. Hittle, Jr. ’66 and Carol Boardman Hittle ’68 dec Scott T. Hocking ’73 and Barbara Albrecht Hocking ’73 Frank A. Hoffman ’79 and Catherine Hoffman, Friend Christine M. Hohenberger ’01

Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

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Robert B. Holland ’65 and Elizabeth Gross Holland ’65 Lisa Hollander and Jeffrey Hollander, Friends Virginia Cooling Hollett ’60 and John E. Hollett III, Friend Joe Gregory Hollingsworth ’71 and Nancy Bartlett Hollingsworth ’72 Ronald K. Holmberg ’54 and Cynthia Brooks Holmberg ’56 Douglas A. Holmes ’58 and Martha L. Holmes, Friend Ann Stephenson Holsonback ’88 R. David Hoover ’67 and Suzanne Anderson Hoover ’67 Amy Koeneman Hopper ’92 and David W. Hopper ’94 Susan M. Hossli ’86 Sarah Roberts Houghland ’65 and Wright Houghland, Friend Ralph L. Houser ’49 dec Kathryn Fortune Hubbard ’74 and Allan B. Hubbard, Friend Maxine May Hubbard ’64 and Douglas Hubbard, Friend Sarah Race Huesing ’85 and Michael A. Huesing ’86 Robert H. Huff ’93 and Keely M. Huff, Friend Heidi Schultz Huizenga ’67 and Peter Huizenga, Friend John H. Huneke III ’67 and Ruth Russ Huneke ’68 Roger S. Hunt ’65 and Mary Libby Hunt ’63 Tim B. Hunter ’65 and Carol K. Hunter, Friend Florence R. Husted, Friend Douglas S. Hynden ’78 and Melanie Nicklas Hynden ’78 Hirotsugu (Chuck) Iikubo ’57 and Yoshiko Iikubo, Friend Jane Stevens Illich ’42 Rosanne Miller Jacks ’57 Kae Morris Jacobs ’54 Kathleen Snell Jagger ’75 and James A. Jagger, Friend John Jakes ’53 and Rachel Payne Jakes ’51 Mason P. Jett ’69 and Barbara Jett, Friend John R. Jewett, Jr. ’77 and Perry Bockstahler Jewett, Friend Carol Nelson Johnson ’52 and Wendell H. Johnson, Friend David C. Johnson ’72 and Linda Johnson, Friend David S. Johnson ’53 and Anne Prindle Johnson ’54 Joshua D. Johnson ’00 Christopher Lawrence Johnston ’83 and Sarah Lewis Johnston ’85 Carolyn T. Jones ’58 C. Robert Jordan ’50 and Sandra Brooks Jordan ’51 Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. ’57 George G. Karas ’56 and Shirley Craig Karas ’56 Richard S. Kebrdle ’00 and Ashley Jones Kebrdle, Friend Michael Keeley and Janice M. Keeley, Parents James R. Keene ’50 and Martha Ingram Keene ’50 Darren P. Keller ’97 and Jennifer Stephenson Keller ’99 Kristan Seyfarth Kelly ’88 and Brendan J. Kelly, Friend John S. Kemper ’59 and Margaret McElwain Kemper ’60 Keith W. Keppel ’66 Herbert A. Kern ’51 and Arline W. Kern, Friend Doris Leirer Kett ’49 and John B. Kett, Jr., Friend Melody Stevanovic Key ’82 and C. Jay Key, Friend Joan Erlandson Kiburz ’72 and Arnold J. Kiburz, Parent Judith McNew Kiely ’60 and Donald E. Kiely, Parent Thomas A. Kiepura II ’96 John O. King, Jr. ’42 Julie Reynolds King ’77 and Robert M. King, Friend Neal E. Kitchell ’72 and Diana Tamara Kitchell, Parent James N. Kleinschmidt ’76 and Rita Kleinschmidt, Friend Matthew J. Kleymeyer ’04 Laurie Mann Klion ’82 and Reid E. Klion, Friend Verne F. Knickerbocker ’53 Robert L. Koenig ’51 and Janet Wray Koenig, Friend Thomas M. Kominsky ’03 Nancy Leis Kota ’76 and J. Michael Kota, Friend Christine Hill Koukola ’68 and Peter W. Koukola, Friend Susan Haney Kozak ’84 and Craig Kozak, Friend Robert L. Krouse ’77 and Sarah Strauss Krouse ’74 William N. Krucks and Linda Krucks, Parents William C. Krueger, Jr. ’58 and Carol Koock Krueger ’59 Deborah A. Kuper and Gregory W. Kuper, Parents Ev Whaley LaFollette ’63 and James W. LaFollette, Parent James D. LaRue ’00 and Amber Franklin LaRue ’00 E. Henry Lamkin, Jr. ’56 and Martha Dampf Lamkin, Parent Mark T. Lancaster ’85 and Nancy Woodruff, Friend Paul E. Lancaster ’52 and Susan Lancaster, Friend Thomas A. Lancaster ’58 and Marilyn Hansen Lancaster ’58 Kyle E. Lanham ’79 and Sally E. Lanham, Friend Joyce Foster Larson ’53 and Arlyn Larson, Friend Jane Greer Lauritzen ’52 David H. Lavelle ’93 and Ann Winings, Friend Victor B. Lawhead ’40 and Doris J. Lawhead, Friend Karen Green Lawrence and William Joseph Lawrence III, Parents Henry A. Leander ’52 and Louise Ford Leander ’52 Melinda Nicholson Leighton ’93 and Erik A. Leighton ’94 Charles A. Leis ’52 and Marilyn Newpart Leis ’52 Lucinda Harshey Lempke ’74 and Robert E. Lempke, Parent Jamie L. Lewis ’98 Mark E. Lewry and Jean W. Lewry, Parents John A. Light III ’50 and Erma Murray Light, Friend Frank W. Lincoln ’61 and Marlene B. Lincoln, Parent James F. Lininger ’71 and Enola G. Lininger, Friend Robert W. Lloyd III ’65 and Bonnie Stout Lloyd ’66 G. Richard Locke ’58 and Judy Blang Locke ’58 G. Richard Locke III ’83 and Jean L. Locke, Friend Randy K. Lohoff ’74 and Jean Gutting Lohoff ’74 Douglas M. Long ’73 and Katherine Beard Long, Friend George C. Lortz ’62 and Rebecca Watts Lortz ’63 Robert Webster Lott ’42 and Bettye Shoop Lott ’41 Craig E. Lower ’92 and Mari Lower, Friend Michael C. Lueder ’84 Mary Sherer Lukens ’49 Jon D. Lundy ’90 and Beth Behrendt Lundy ’91 Mary Bridges Lyne ’92 and Timothy Lyne, Friend Matthew James Lytle ’05 James S. MacDonald ’70 and Christine Collyer MacDonald ’70 Saundra Fabrick MacGregor ’62 and Michael D. MacGregor, Parent Susanne Hanna MacTavish ’69 J. Kurt Mahrdt, Jr. ’56 and Linda R. Mahrdt, Friend Michael R. Maine ’61 and Suzanne Bauman Maine ’62 Katherine A. Marshak ’89 Jennifer Pelzer Martay ’93 and David W. Martay ’94 Edward B. Martin ’73 and Anne Zonsius Martin ’73 R. Glen Mayfield ’63 and Sarah Hunting Mayfield, Friend George L. Mazanec ’58 and Elsa Mazanec, Parent Roger K. McAlister ’75 and Karen H. McAlister, Friend Marilee Lidikay McCallister ’57 Pamela A. McCord ’66 James T. McCoy ’62 and Linda Bollinger McCoy ’62 Michael B. McCracken ’79 and Wendy McCracken, Friend Susan Campbell McCully ’68 and Thomas R. McCully, Friend Craig L. McGaughey ’71 and Kathleen McGaughey, Friend Carla McGuire and James McGuire, Friends John C. McIlwraith and Marylou P. McIlwraith, Parents David N. McKeag ’58 and Mary Jo McKeag, Parent Holiday Hart McKiernan ’80 and Philip B. McKiernan, Friend S. Michael McLaughlin and Mary McLaughlin, Parents Carolyn Elliott McManaman ’39 Jack H. McNairy ’55 and Mary Condon McNairy ’55 Elisabeth C. Meeker ’78 Erika Amundson Melchiorre ’99 Elizabeth Beldon Meyer ’59 and Gaylord L. Meyer, Friend Doris Smith Miguelez ’57 and Miguel D. Miguelez, Friend C. Rick Miller ’69 and Janel Howell Miller ’69 Charles A. Miller ’87 and Jennifer Aucoin Miller, Friend Kevin M. Miller ’94 and Sara Toole Miller ’96 Nancy Sjostrom Miller ’52 and Gale R. Miller, Friend Ryan A. Miller ’97 and Jackie Miller, Friend W. Timothy Miller ’89 and Tonia Mennen Miller, Friend Katharine Post Minturn ’91 and Corey A. Minturn ’91 Theodore E. Mioduski, Jr. ’80 and Eileen Mioduski, Parent John Mirza ’44 Robert L. Mitchell ’60 and Rebecca Mitchell, Friend Deborah Mitchell-Nagpal ’90 and Ajay Nagpal, Friend Christy Umlauf Moberly ’82 and Michael F. Moberly, Friend William F. Mohr ’49 and Patricia Mohr, Friend Jotham Zachary Monsma ’91 and Genevieve Jacobs Monsma, Friend Judith Tanner Moon ’76 and Lawrence Moon, Friend Jack L. Moore and Kathleen Moore, Parents Robert C. Moore ’69 and Sarah Proctor Moore ’69 Susan Dohrmann Moore ’67 and Thomas R. Moore, Friend David J. Morehead ’53 and Marjorie Davis Morehead ’54 Jerry A. Morgan ’59 and Christine Johnson Morgan ’61 H. Richard Morgenstern ’55 and Nancy K. Morgenstern, Friend John E. Morrill ’57 and Whitney Fearer Morrill ’59 John W. Morse ’95 Peter A. Morse ’65 and Kathryn Murvin Morse ’65 John C. Mull ’52 and Joan Kaniewski Mull ’52 Robert L. Muller ’55 and Shirley Fouch Muller ’57 James M. Mullin ’83 and Donna S. Mullin, Friend Nancy Waymire Munroe ’58 Mindy Munson, Friend Ferid Murad ’58 and Carol Leopold Murad ’58 Robert P. Musgrave II ’79 and Cheryl Waldron Musgrave ’79 Marcia Wheeler Mussman ’57 Blake T. Myers ’86 and Ann-Marie Henry Myers ’89 R. Matthew Neff ’77 and Lee Loving Neff ’78 Virginia Condon Neff ’51 John T. Neighbours ’71 and Sharon Neighbours, Friend Erik G. Nelson ’61 and Eleanor D. Nelson, Friend Travis S. Nelson ’93 Timothy K. Neufeld ’80 and Terri Weese Neufeld ’81 Richard S. Neville ’76 and Janet Asp Neville, Friend Phyllis Walker Nicholas ’55 and Bruce S. Nicholas, Friend Martha Weddell Nicholson ’84 and Todd Nicholson, Friend Rebecca Hedge Nightingale ’02 and Edmund B. Nightingale ’02 Troy Noard ’93 and Kelli Noard, Friend Donald G. Norman ’58 and Monica M. Norman, Friend Anne Boyd Norris ’82 and David S. Norris ’82 Jeanne Roberts Novotny ’49 dec John S. Null ’61 and Nancy Spier Null ’59 William R. Nunery ’71 and Vicki Noe Nunery ’71 Jacob M. O’Neill and Michelle B. O’Neill, Parents Mark Z. Orr ’75 and Dorothy Dwoskin, Friend Amy Haugk Osborne ’90 and Scott E. Osborne ’90 Gerald A. Ostermann ’65 and Tsue Asami Ostermann, Friend Kenneth A. Owen ’82 Laurel Hine Oztemel ’82 and Glenn Oztemel, Friend Frank T. Page and Catherine K. Page, Parents Amy Orlando Paine ’90 and Andrew J. Paine III ’91 Andrew J. Paine, Jr. ’59 and Jane Medaris Paine ’60 Robert Gray Palmer ’67 and Susan Lee Simms, Friend Jonathan R. Pantaleoni and Jane Pantaleoni, Parents Maclyn T. Parker ’51 and Patricia Opie Parker ’51 Kay E. Pashos ’81 and Neal W. Steinbart, Friend Raymond J. Payne ’51 and Elizabeth Class Payne ’53 Thomas L. Pearson ’76 Christopher H. Penn ’72 and Diane Penn, Friend Eleanor Hockey Perris ’51 Lois Stewart Perry ’58 Pamela Lorman Peternell ’68 and Ben C. Peternell, Friend Harold A. Petersen ’55 and Karen Ellen Petersen, Friend Steven W. Peterson ’77 and Betsy Danielson Peterson, Friend David J. Petterson ’58 Joan Rideout Phillips ’57 and Edwin McCreary Phillips, Friend Jonathan R. Phillips ’95 and Susan Hatke, Friend

“I loved my DePauw experience, especially the small classes, group discussions, and the semester I spent in Avignon, France. My liberal arts education taught me to think and write, and it gave me a broad background to deal with constant change.” – Pamela L. Zdunek ’81

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Stephen E. Pinaire ’81 and Beverly L. Pinaire, Friend Glenn Todd Plymate ’75 and Elizabeth Myers Plymate ’76 John L. Pogue ’66 and Marilyn Rhoades Pogue, Friend Jerry D. Pontius ’56 and Mary Goff Pontius ’57 Helen L. Poorman ’82 Carol Campbell Porfilio ’90 and Dale S. Porfilio ’92 Thomas S. Porter ’65 and Kathleen Crispell, Friend J. Nathaniel Powell ’00 and Margaret Booth Powell, Friend William R. Powell ’57 and Paula Weir Powell ’58 Karen Horth Powers ’75 Rita Alliss Powers ’86 and Kevin Powers, Friend William Scott Priebe ’00 and Lindsay Hunt Priebe ’01 Janet W. Prindle ’58 and Charles J. Seidler, Jr., Friend Peter D. Prowitt ’77 and Nancy Gibson Prowitt ’76 Robert H. Puckett ’57 and Barbara Chandley Puckett ’57 Myrta J. Pulliam, Friend Liz Purdy ’79 Elizabeth Fitzsimmons Raab ’87 and Michael G. Raab ’87 John L. Rabb ’66 and Sharon Rabb, Parent Paul F. Radcliffe ’49 and Sue Oettinger Radcliffe ’47 Lori Spoon Rafkin ’85 and Lee Rafkin, Friend Ronald L. Randall ’62 and Carole Clark Randall ’61 Adrienne Rasbach ’94 and Bryan Sharpe, Friend James A. Readey ’67 and Linda Gold Readey, Friend Marshall W. Reavis IV ’84 and Amy Zino Reavis, Friend James A. Rechtin ’93 and Stacy Rechtin, Friend Richard A. Reck ’71 and Susan Marshall Reck ’70 Norval Duane Reece ’56 and Ann Caroline Benson Reece, Friend Corrine V. Reichert, Parent Craig S. Remsen ’97 and Megan Dillon Remsen, Friend Carla Bauer Rentrop ’73 and K. Peter Rentrop, Friend Scott R. Reynolds ’00 Arthur L. Rice ’68 and Lynn Davies Rice ’68 Blair A. Rieth, Jr. ’80 and Teresa O. Rieth, Friend Nigel J. Riggins ’00 and Wandini Dixon-Fyle Riggins ’01 Lawrence D. Rink ’62 and Eleanor Zimmerly Rink ’62 Sally Smith Robbins ’64 and William H. Robbins III, Parent Marian Blew Roberson ’81 and Todd R. Roberson ’82 Frank H. Roberts ’41 Robin Richey Roberts ’80 and John T. Roberts ’80 Martha Steele Robes ’66 James E. Robinson ’70 and Carolyn Russ Robinson ’71 Larry R. Robinson ’57 and Sharon Moore Robinson ’58 Stephen J. Robinson ’04 Paul D. Rogers and Caroline Rogers, Parents Ian M. Rolland ’55 and Miriam V. Rolland, Parent Edward M. Roob ’56 and Barbara Leske Roob ’57 Alicia M. Root ’98 James J. Roscoe ’70 Rhys A. Rudolph and Laura Rudolph, Parents John P. Rudy ’51 and Barbara M. Rudy, Parent Paul L. Runnels ’73 and Janice Runnels, Friend Scott F. Russell ’78 Ann Meeker Ryan ’81 and Steven M. Ryan, Friend Norman M. Saba and Pamela Saba, Parents John W. Sanger ’61 and Suzanne Charbonneau Sanger ’62 Stephen W. Sanger ’68 and Karen Ogren Sanger ’68 Thomas A. Sargent ’55 and Frances P. Sargent, Friend Robert W. Sass ’55 William David Saxby ’96 and Erin Saxby, Friend Nancy Shelly Schaenen ’51 and Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Friend Jane Turk Schlansker ’63 Robert A. Schmidt ’69 and Margaret Sheridan Schmidt ’69 Breton A. Schoch ’86 and Laura Parsons Schoch ’87 Jane W. Schott, Friend Robert W. Schrier ’57 and Barbara Lindley Schrier ’59 Thomas R. Schuck ’72 and Pamela Bakan Schuck, Friend Erwin E. Schulze ’47 and Jean Schulze, Friend Edward G. Schussler ’65 and Sharon Gierach Schussler ’65 Richard W. Schwartz ’75 and Janet Crawford Schwartz ’75 Daniel L. Schwarz ’83 and Amy Hight Schwarz, Friend Kimberly A. Seaman ’95 Steven J. Setchell ’96 and Cara Brumby Setchell, Friend Anne Korb Shane ’71 and David N. Shane, Friend Brynne Williams Shaner ’83 and William M. Shaner III, Friend Robert F. Sharpe, Jr. ’74 and Maria Renna Sharpe, Friend James E. Shields ’56 and Irma Shields, Friend John C. Siegesmund, Jr. ’43 and Sara Siegesmund, Friend Mary B. McCrea Simkins ’76 and James H. Simkins, Jr., Friend Rebecca Shaw Sims ’99 and W. Marshall Sims ’00 Alvin I. Singer ’53 David L. Singer ’91 and Andrea Powelson Singer ’92
Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

Lee M. Sisler ’73 and Linda Sisler, Parent Gregory A. Sissel ’94 and Therese Ivancovich Sissel, Friend Eugene C. Sit and Gail Sit, Parents Karen Olander Skerrett ’68 and Roger P. Skerrett, Friend Jill M. Skogheim ’00 Mark A. Smiley ’98 Barbara E. Smith ’62 and William E. Phillips, Friend Carolyn Hostetter Smith ’59 and Thomas Tomasian, Friend Douglas A. Smith ’68 and Phyllis Gilbert Smith ’69 Douglas I. Smith ’85 and Ann Smith, Friend Elaine Showalter Smith ’36 Eric S. Smith ’72 and Elisa A. Turner ’74 Kathleen Keller Smith ’52 and Charles L. Smith, Parent Marcia Finley Smith ’49 dec Melissa Tharpe Smith ’77 and Gregory W. Smith, Parent Michael L. Smith ’70 and Susan Leet Smith ’71 Ned A. Smith ’52 and Marcia Fobes Smith, Friend Raymond G. Smith ’74 and Susan Smith, Friend Robert F. Smith ’56 and Sharon Noll Smith ’57 Tim Solso ’69 and Denny Manning Solso ’69 Carl S. Sorenson ’51 and Sally Sorenson, Friend Heike Cockerill Spahn ’92 and Philip Spahn, Friend Gretchen Erickson Spaulding ’63 and C. Richard Spaulding, Friend Brent E. St. John ’89 and Katherine Cornelsen St. John ’90 Lawrence J. Stack, Friend and Susan L. Stack, Friend Sarah Englehart Standley ’80 and Gilbert D. Standley ’82 James N. Stephens ’86 and Tammy Cannon, Friend Norval B. Stephens, Jr. ’51 and Diane Forst Stephens ’51 David B. Stevens ’51 and Sally Symon Stevens ’52 Dale Gossard Stevenson ’89 and John G. Stevenson ’89 John F. Stevenson ’81 and Sharon Keever, Friend James B. Stewart, Jr. ’73 James G. Stewart ’64 and Andrea Anania Stewart, Friend Charles D. Stocking ’55 and Nancy Curtis Stocking ’55 Leigh A. Stocking ’51 and Carol Crookshank Stocking, Friend Craig R. Stokely ’67 and Carole Stokely, Friend Randolph H. Stokely ’67 and Lynn Kinsey Stokely ’68 Scott R. Stokke ’98 and Amy K. Weisenbach ’98 David M. Stone ’57 and Barbara D. Stone, Friend Norman E. Strasma ’55 and Janice Strasma, Parent Joan Lubman Strawn ’53 and James R. Strawn, Friend Sue Farrell Supple ’57 and Robert N. Supple, Parent Nancy Stewart Surber ’67 and Donald E. Surber, Parent Christopher A. Susott ’99 Lance A. Swank ’83 Richard M. Temple ’57 and Nancy Lindquist Temple ’58 Lee E. Tenzer ’64 and Marilyn E. Tenzer, Parent Richard L. Tewksbury, Jr. ’72 and Lois Eberle Tewksbury ’73 Richard A. Thomas ’59 and Jane C. Thomas, Parent James N. Thompson ’66 and Carol Jean Thompson, Friend J. McRae Thorlton ’61 dec and Dianne Harrison Thorlton ’61 Kevin B. Tompkins ’91 Donald E. Town ’71 Laura Williams Town ’96 and Allen Town, Friend M. Jo Tranbarger ’48 Jeffrey H. Travis ’85 and Susan Pittman Travis ’87 John S. Trees ’54 and Dianne Schneider Trees ’56 Steven L. Trulaske ’79 and Michelle K. Trulaske, Friend Jerald B. Turner ’61 and Mary Hardy Turner ’61 Timothy H. Ubben ’58 and Sharon Williams Ubben ’58 Katherine Blair Ukrop ’91 and Joseph E. Ukrop ’89 Kristen Bamberth Ulery ’00 and Nathan A. Ulery ’00 Scott B. Ullem ’89 and Beth Ullem, Friend Edward L. Unterberg ’58 and Gale Unterberg, Friend

Robert G. Vallee, Jr. ’76 and Kimberly Vallee, Friend Elizabeth Page Van Wagener ’73 and Raymond H. Van Wagener, Jr., Friend Ellen Little Vanden Brink ’54 and Dale W. Vanden Brink, Friend John L. Vander Schilden ’73 Thomas K. Vandiver ’73 and Carolyn Haimann Vandiver, Friend Kevin M. Vaughn ’77 and Margaret Dostal, Friend Susan Vaughn ’73 and Richard R. Dirlam, Friend Marcus R. Veatch ’75 Kathy Patterson Vrabeck ’85 and George Vrabeck, Friend Jeffrey J. Wagner ’97 and Sarah Voss Wagner ’98 Frank D. Walker ’57 and Jane Tatman Walker, Friend Hugh J. Wallace ’80 and Donna Love Wallace ’80 John H. Wallace ’76 and Sarah Reese Wallace ’76 Joseph E. Walsmith ’64 and Susan Scully Walsmith ’65 Bayard H. Walters ’63 and Rosemary Walters, Friend Dwight F. Walton ’57 and Lou Ubben Walton ’57 Richard A. Warne ’54 and Jane Leahy Warne ’54 David C. Warner ’00 and Ann Triplett Warner ’02 William H. Watson ’67 and Marianne Watson, Friend Timothy L. Weadick ’83 and Kelly Chapman Weadick ’83 Jerry F. Weaver ’49 and Ruth Scudder Weaver ’49 John W. Wehrenberg ’90 and Wanpen Wehrenberg, Friend Ralph M. Weinrichter ’47 and Ann Durham Weinrichter ’44 Virginia Armstrong Weise ’57 Brian W. Welch ’73 and Susan A. Welch, Friend Michael Scott Welch ’82 and Kimberlee Ann Welch, Friend William F. Welch ’40 and Jean K. Welch, Parent H. Russell Weller ’62 and Dianne Jones Weller, Friend John J. Wellik and Susan A. Wellik, Parents Robert F. Wells ’66 and Barbara Stoner Wells ’66 Gregory Wendt, Friend Robert B. Wessling ’59 and Judith Hanson Wessling ’61 Paul M. Wham and Gail Wham, Parents Joann Wine White ’52 and William Beckett, Friend Nancy L. White ’75 and Raphael Guerin, Friend Ann Baur Whitlatch ’80 and James L. Whitlatch ’80 Carolyn E. Whittier ’97 Sandra Major Wiese ’60 and Theodore O. Wiese, Jr., Parent Jack W. Wiley ’74 James R. Williams ’50 and Nancy Williams, Friend Jerry L. Williams ’54 and Jane Jones Williams ’57 John D. Williams ’47 and Mary G. Williams, Friend dec John P. Williams ’59 and Mary Walbaum Williams ’59 Lauren Kiely Willis ’89 and Jeff Robertson Willis, Friend O. Roderick Wilson ’72 and Christine Hosler Wilson ’74 R. Lee Wilson ’76 and Deborah Riefe Wilson ’76 James M. Winning ’43 and Mary Baker Winning ’45 Abigail Mathers Wodock ’78 Albert H. Wohlers and Jane L. Wohlers, Parents Jane Ehmann Wood ’53 and James C. Wood, Friend Richard D. Wood ’48 and Billie Lou Wood, Friend Thomas S. Yeo ’70 and Cynthia Van Tassel Yeo ’70 Cynthia Watson Yingling ’83 and Jeffrey Yingling, Friend J. Michael Yohe ’57 and Nancy Peyton Yohe, Friend Lawrence E. Young, Jr. ’84 and Judith A. Young, Friend Stuart W. Young ’65 and Susan Lorraine Schelleg, Friend Pamela L. Zdunek ’81 and Clifford M. Sladnick, Friend Elizabeth Young Zimmerman ’65 Mary Benson Zink ’65 and John C. Zink, Friend

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“The Elizabeth B. Powell Award links writers from DePauw’s past and present and creates a community that recognizes the traditions of strong English students at DePauw. I look up to many of the past Powell award recipients such as Kendra Hormann and Professor Carrie Klaus, and I am humbled to be counted among them.” – Sarah E. Summers ’08, Greenfield, Ind.

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A MESSAGE FROM MARLETTA FARRIER DARNALL ’61
National Chair for Gift Planning The name Indiana Asbury reaches back into the founding heritage and history of DePauw University. It represents the very best of the liberal arts and all that they make possible in our lives and in the world. The Indiana Asbury Legacy Society ties the past with the future, as it joins today’s alumni, parents and friends with a legacy of generosity that has made so much possible since 1832. The Indiana Asbury Legacy Society recognizes and thanks those individuals who have made estate plans or established life-income gifts to benefit DePauw University. Membership in the Indiana Asbury Legacy Society has no minimum gift level, as each commitment represents lifelong support of DePauw and illustrates what is possible in the future through philanthropy. These gifts and commitments are an investment in the future that cannot be measured in terms of gains and losses. During the 2006-07 fiscal year, the alumni, parents and friends listed below made first-time legacy gift commitments to DePauw. DePauw is such a special place in every way! I encourage all alumni to deem it worthy of their long-range, planned support. Without a strong gift planning program, the future of any institution is unsecured. I feel good knowing that DePauw alumni, parents and friends understand the importance of this issue and have supported our efforts to secure our legacy. This year, the Society thanks these loyal donors as they join 846 other dedicated individuals who have come before them in informing DePauw of their legacy commitments.


The University is indebted to the following individuals and couples who made new legacy gifts and commitments from July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.
Anonymous Jason A. Asbury ’95 Ione B. Auer, Parent dec George H. Belhobek ’65 and Jeanie Brown Belhobek ’66 Donna Jensen Burke ’57 and William T. J. Burke, Friend Cheng L. Chua ’60 Carolyn Hancock Cleland ’58 and Arthur C. Cleland, Friend H. Keith Cox ’55 and Loraine Loomis Cox ’54 James W. Davis ’78 and Louanne W. Davis, Friend Lee E. Dirks ’56 Robert L. Erickson ’58 and Rita Luther Erickson ’59 Hugh Finson ’69 Marion Radcliffe Fox ’58 and Graydon C. Fox, Friend Joan Vosbrink Geel ’62 and Stanley Geel, Friend Suzanne Noble Gerke ’62 and Ron Gerke, Friend Barbara Sward Graves ’48 H. David and Bonne G. Hilliard R. David Hoover ’67 and Suzanne Anderson Hoover ’67 Theodore I. Hunsaker ’49 Rosanne Miller Jacks ’57 Cynthia Goss Johnson ’73 Jeffrey R. Johnson ’75 Richard B. Kotila ’77 Molly Rorschach Krumme ’72 and Larry Gibson, Friend Richard J. Laker ’57 and Helen Pigott Laker ’58 Larry J. Marfise ’74 and Suzanne Marfise, Friend George L. Mazanec ’58 and Elsa B. Mazanec, Parent Kathryn A. Miller ’73 Janice Wolle Nielsen ’54 and Mitchell F. Nielsen, Friend Franklyn K. Norris ’48 Robert F. Overmyer ’50 and Shirley R. Overmyer, Friend Thomas S. Porter ’65 and Kathleen Crispell, Friend Richard A. Reck ’71 and Susan Marshall Reck ’70 Donald M. Rehm ’43 Ralph W. Riecker, Jr. ’54 and Margot H. Riecker, Friend Vivian Usher Ripley ’59 Jerry J. Roberts ’65 and Nancy Sue Roberts, Friend Roger J. Rowen ’57 and Marilyn Phelps Rowen ’60 D. Reed Scism ’57 and Paula Sedgwick Scism ’57 Glenn J. Slanec ’57 and Alice Jones Slanec ’58 Carolyn Hostetter Smith ’59 and Thomas Tomasian, Friend Ralph E. Snelson ’57 and Diane Woodward Snelson ’58 William H. Tucker ’74 and Sandra E. Tucker, Friend Charles A. Vickers ’55 and Martha Johnson Vickers ’55 Joann Wine White ’52 and William Beckett, Friend John D. Williams ’47 and Mary G. Williams, Friend dec R. Lee Wilson ’76 and Deborah Riefe Wilson ’76 Barbara Kenagy Wood ’58 and Richard T. Wood, Friend

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The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations Winter Term Scholarship Fund, established in 2007,
provides support for students participating in faculty-led, international Winter Term study projects. DePauw’s Winter Term study projects expand students’ global perspectives and prepare them to make a positive difference in the diverse and interconnected world in which they will live and work.

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The Nancy Schaenen Visiting Scholar Fund provides support
for a visiting faculty member whose work will enhance the programs of the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics. The Nancy Schaenen Visiting Scholar is supported by gifts from Nancy S. Schaenen ’51 (pictured at right) and Nelson Schaenen, Jr. Professor Alyssa Bernstein holds the inaugural Nancy Schaenen Visiting Scholar Sabbatical Year Fellowship Award for a residency at the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics.

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Annual Fund
A MESSAGE FROM R. LEE WILSON ’76
National Annual Fund Chair I want to thank the 12,933 alumni, parents and friends who joined to open doors for DePauw students by participating in the 2006-07 Annual Fund. DePauw alumni in particular set a third-consecutive record number of donors with 9,667 for 37 percent alumni participation in the Annual Fund. This record reflects alumni gratitude for their education as well as a commitment to keep the DePauw experience accessible for today’s students. DePauw’s alumni participation was bolstered by tremendous class efforts, including Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio’s leadership of the 50th reunion Class of 1957, which reached 81 percent participation, as well as the Class of 2007, which reached 79 percent through its Senior Gift Drive. Broad support resulted in a record Annual Fund of $5,355,925. Through the Annual Fund, alumni, parents and friends provide the current-year student support equivalent to an additional $100 million R. Lee Wilson ’76 in endowment resources. As I close my term as national chair of the Annual Fund, I want to underscore my gratitude for the tremendous support across generations of DePauw alumni, parents and friends. It is only through your annual generosity that DePauw continues to move forward, providing life-changing experiences for today’s students.

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ANNUAL FUND DOLLAR HISTORY
1997-2007
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In Recognition of Excellence
Every year, the University recognizes the alumni classes that exemplify outstanding support of the DePauw Annual Fund. DePauw is pleased to acknowledge the following classes and class chairs who received the 2006-07 Annual Fund awards. President’s Award for top Annual Fund dollars raised among all classes Class of 1957, $385,096; Class chair: Lou Ubben Walton; Class co-chairs: J. Patrick Aikman, John E. Morrill, Larry R. Robinson, Robert C. Sammons, Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio and Frank D. Walker President’s Award for greatest percentage participation among those classes graduated within 50 years Class of 1957, 81 percent; Class chair: Lou Ubben Walton; Class co-chairs: J. Patrick Aikman, John E. Morrill, Larry R. Robinson, Robert C. Sammons, Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio and Frank D. Walker Golden Circle Award for top dollars raised among all post-50th reunion classes Class of 1956, $202,016 Golden Circle Award for greatest participation among all post-50th reunion classes Class of 1952, 52 percent; Class co-chairs: Carleton E. Dangremond, Carol Nelson Johnson and Irene Cattran Stephens GOLD Award for greatest percentage increase in dollars Class of 2002, 141 percent; Class co-chairs: Jane H. Bankhurst and Jacob P. Bracken GOLD Award for greatest percentage increase in participation Class of 2002, 17 percent; Class co-chairs: Jane H. Bankhurst and Jacob P. Bracken Reunion Year Award for greatest percentage increase in dollars 50th Reunion (Class of 1957), 142 percent; Class chair: Lou Ubben Walton; Class co-chairs: J. Patrick Aikman, John E. Morrill, Larry R. Robinson, Robert C. Sammons, Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio and Frank D. Walker Reunion Year Award for greatest percentage increase in participation 50th Reunion (Class of 1957), 27.7 percent; Class chair: Lou Ubben Walton; Class co-chairs: J. Patrick Aikman, John E. Morrill, Larry R. Robinson, Robert C. Sammons, Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio and Frank D. Walker

Top 10 Classes
Dollars *1957 .....................................................$385,096 Class chair: Lou Ubben Walton Class co-chairs: J. Patrick Aikman, John E. Morrill, Larry R. Robinson, Robert C. Sammons, Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio and Frank D. Walker 1956 ......................................................$202,016 1968 ......................................................$195,734 Class co-chairs: Nancy J. Geiss and Bruce M. Montgomerie *1967 .....................................................$184,712 Class co-chairs: Ann Barrow Cook, Craig R. Stokely, Carole A. Thorlton Gorsich and William H. Watson 1961 ......................................................$182,857 Class chair: Dianne Harrison Thorlton *1982 .....................................................$182,677 Class co-chairs: Kenneth W. Coquillette, Deborah White Davila and Kenneth A. Owen 1966 ......................................................$175,288 Class co-chairs: Bobbette Hendricks Bahler, Max W. Hittle, Jr., John L. Pogue and Robert F. Wells 1958 ......................................................$166,849 50th Reunion chairs: Judy Blang Locke, Edward L. Unterberg; 50th Reunion co-chairs: Richard B. Hackenberg, Emily Hooton Hamilton, Douglas A. Holmes, Marilyn Hansen Lancaster, Thomas A. Lancaster, Daniel E. Lewis, Jr., George L. Mazanec, David J. Petterson, D. Reed Scism, Thomas L. Turk, Sharon Williams Ubben, Nancy Hadley Wilhelm *1962 .....................................................$155,161 Class co-chairs: George C. Lortz and Ronald L. Randall 1954 ......................................................$153,978


Participation 1958 .................................................... 46 percent 50th Reunion chairs: Judy Blang Locke, Edward L. Unterberg; 50th Reunion co-chairs: Richard B. Hackenberg, Emily Hooton Hamilton, Douglas A. Holmes, Marilyn Hansen Lancaster, Thomas A. Lancaster, Daniel E. Lewis, Jr., George L. Mazanec, David J. Petterson, D. Reed Scism, Thomas L. Turk, Sharon Williams Ubben, Nancy Hadley Wilhelm *1962 ................................................... 46 percent Class co-chairs: George C. Lortz and Ronald L. Randall 1955 .................................................... 42 percent

*1957 ................................................... 81 percent Class chair: Lou Ubben Walton Class co-chairs: J. Patrick Aikman, John E. Morrill, Larry R. Robinson, Robert C. Sammons, Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio and Frank D. Walker 2007 .................................................... 79 percent Class co-chairs: Kathryn M. Deppe, Susannah M. Ramshaw and Abigail J. Trainor *1952 ................................................... 52 percent Class co-chairs: Carleton E. Dangremond, Carol Nelson Johnson and Irene Cattran Stephens 1951 .................................................... 46 percent Class co-chairs: John P. Rudy and David B. Stevens
Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

1961 .................................................... 41 percent Class chair: Dianne Harrison Thorlton 1963 .................................................... 41 percent Class co-chairs: Philip N. Eskew, Jr. and Ev Whaley LaFollette 1953 .................................................... 40 percent 1956 .................................................... 40 percent 1966 .................................................... 40 percent Class co-chairs: Bobbette Hendricks Bahler, Max W. Hittle, Jr., John L. Pogue and Robert F. Wells *Denotes reunion year

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DEPAUW LOYALTY SOCIETY
The DePauw Loyalty Society was created to thank and recognize the University’s most devoted alumni, parents and friends, who invest in DePauw students and faculty members every year through the Annual Fund. Each gift matters, so gift size is not a consideration for Society membership. Consistent support has a substantial, cumulative financial impact and is a tangible endorsement of the DePauw liberal arts experience. In the donor lists beginning on page 53, the names of DePauw Loyalty Society members appear in bold type in recognition of their five or more consecutive years of Annual Fund support. Members who have supported the Annual Fund for 25 or more consecutive years are designated as Lifetime Members of the DePauw Loyalty Society. Their names are listed below. Plans are in progress to establish a permanent recognition space for Lifetime Members.
Loyalty Lifetime Members (25 consecutive years) Sarah Green Abel ’56 Charles A. Adams ’64 and Linda Howell Adams ’64 Charles C. Adams ’53 and Marcia Terwilliger Adams ’53 John J. Adams ’40 dec and Dorothy Adams, Friend John W. Adams ’73 and Janis Alling Adams ’74 Richard A. Adams ’67 and Barbara Strasser Adams ’67 Ruth Henley Adams ’48 Betty Bartuska Adamson ’42 Gene L. Addison ’55 and Betty L. Addison, Friend Frank B. Adney, Jr. ’42 and Mary Alice Claycombe Adney ’42 Joan Michaels After ’66 Dorothy Jones Agronick ’47 and Joseph Paul Agronick, Friend Robert J. Ahern ’64 and Nancy E. Ahern, Friend Mark A. Ahlemann ’78 and Elizabeth Bottorff Ahlemann ’79 J. Patrick Aikman ’57 Carolyn Timmons Akers ’68 and William Akers III, Friend Melinda McCracken Alcorn ’66 and Charles Alcorn, Friend Merritt K. Alcorn ’71 and Carolyn Alcorn, Friend George H. Aldrich ’54 and Rosemary Balmfarth Aldrich, Friend Alana Hickman Alexander ’57 Marcia Pritchard Alig ’63 and Roger Alig, Friend Arthur G. Allard, Jr. ’43 and Shirley Andrew Allard ’43 Joan Love Allemand ’53 David T. Allen ’61 and Carol Ann Allen, Parent Elizabeth Pfeffer Allen ’56 and Robert E. Allen, Friend Joseph P Allen IV ’59 and Bonnie Darling Allen ’61 . Melvin L. Allen ’53 and Joyce Vietzke Allen ’53 Patricia Lasley Allen ’77 and Spencer S. Allen, Friend Peter T. Allen ’67 and Sally Hauck Allen ’67 Wesley H. Allen ’51 and Mary Sullivan Allen, Friend Wilma Grossman Allen ’30 Martha Brooks Allis ’42 William R. Allred ’59 and Margaret Allred, Parent William C. Alston III ’68 and Anne Tharpe Alston ’68 Mary E. Althaus ’69 Richard A. Ames ’60 and Marcia Barron Ames ’59 J. Bruce Amstutz ’49 Marilyn Younker Anders ’47 and Robert J. Anders, Friend Ann Freehafer Andersen ’58 and Donald K. Andersen, Parent Beverly Byram Anderson ’53 Bradford L. Anderson ’79 and Debra Messenger Anderson ’79 Diane E. Anderson ’67 John T. Anderson ’52 and Nancy Filkey Anderson ’52 Karen Jones Anderson ’61 and Michael S. Anderson, Friend Tamara Boston Anderson ’77 and Stephen Anderson, Friend Thomas R. Anderson ’61 and Joan Montague, Friend James L. Andrew ’64 and Nancy Andreae Andrew ’64 Ellen Jacobsen Andrews ’48 Don B. Ansel ’52 and Irene Koebke Ansel ’52 Susan M. Ansel ’82 Barton Anson ’50 and Ruthann Floyd Anson ’51 Benjamin E. Antle ’48 and Inez Mann Antle ’53 Elbert L. Archibald ’39 and Elizabeth Archibald, Parent Samuel R. Ardery ’80 and Patricia Stevens Ardery ’80 Lee Ann Livingston Arend ’63 and Roger B. Arend, Friend Lee Woods Armlovich ’79 and Joel A. Armlovich, Friend James W. Armstrong ’50 John D. Armstrong ’40 and Elizabeth Horine Armstrong ’41 dec Jack M. Arnold, Parent Kermit W. Arnold ’37 Philip E. Arnold ’58 Susan Bondurant Arnold ’62 and Phillip G. Arnold , Friend Raymond R. Arvay ’68 and Barbara Blecha Arvay ’69 R. Regner Arvidson ’51 and Carolyn S. Arvidson, Friend Louise Quinn Ashbaugh ’63 and Noel E. Ashbaugh, Friend William C. Ashman ’52 and Gloria A. Ashman, Parent Donald B. Aslan ’67 Sharon Early Atherton ’62 and Harper B. Atherton, Friend John C. Attig ’58 and Harriet Rinehart Attig ’58 Thomas G. Attig ’68 and Carol Klinker Attig ’68 John T. Axelberg ’83 Joan Downing Aydelott ’42 Helen Porter Ayres ’42 Jacqueline Schuldes Baatz ’42 and Gunther W. Baatz, Parent Maurlea Scannel Babb ’49 Lynn Maish Babcock ’61 and James L. Babcock, Parent Peggy Cooper Babcock ’54 Ann Flachmann Babington ’70 and Thomas K. Babington, Friend Anne Bayley Bailey ’49 Brenda J. Bailey ’67 Thomas R. Bain ’72 and Trudy Searles Bain, Friend Rudolph Dyer Baizley ’39 Brevoort Baker II ’51 and JoAnn Givens Baker ’51 James K. Baker ’53 and Beverly Baker Baker ’59 Robert M. Baker ’49 and Cynthia Dreher Baker ’50 Barbara S. Baldwin ’43 Charles E. Ballinger ’57 and Venita Riggs Ballinger, Friend Carolyn Slutz Baranouskas ’74 and Terry J. Baranouskas, Friend Barbara Forsell Barbieri ’51 Charles E. Barbieri ’77 and Lorie Seitz Barbieri, Friend Eileen Matthews Barfknecht ’59 Douglas J. Bark ’76 and Kathleen Dombhart, Friend David T. Barker ’64 and Kathryn Donaldson Barker, Friend Elizabeth Brant Barker ’48 and Leonard P Barker, Friend . Susan Suckow Barkhausen ’78 and David N. Barkhausen, Friend Karen Jenkinson Barnes ’61 Nancy K. Barnes ’71 Roberta O. Barnes ’70 and Clark J. Chandler, Friend John V. Barnett, Jr. ’65 and Susanne Lamar Barnett, Friend Dale A. Barrett ’70 and Susan S. Barrett, Friend Lester S. Barritt ’55 and Elizabeth L. Barritt, Friend Alvin H. Barrows ’44 and Ruth Jolly Barrows, Friend Dorothea Gother Barsness ’61 and Richard W. Barsness, Friend Phoebe Yeo Barta ’44 Paula John Bartel ’84 and Paul R. Bartel, Friend Douglas K. Barth ’74 and Linda S. Barth, Friend F. Evert Bartholomew ’41 and Colette Bartholomew, Friend James R. Bartlett ’66 and Susan Bartelsmeyer Bartlett ’66 Katheryn Boston Bartlett ’43 Kimberly Bass Gulli ’83 Joan Westmen Battey ’54 and Charles W. Battey, Friend William A. Baum ’71 and Nancy Baum, Friend Patricia Henderson Baumgartner ’66 Albert E. Baur, Friend Nancy Barton Bavisotto ’63 Marcia Romsted Bay ’66 Mary Hester Bayer ’50 and Richard F. Bayer, Friend Robert C. Bayer ’51 and Patricia Bayer, Parent John P Beall ’70 and Janet M. Beall, Friend . Emily Beaman Beals ’69 and Brian L. Beals, Friend Charles L. Beard, Jr. ’65 and Kathryn A. Beard, Friend Charles M. Beardsley ’42 and Marjorie Gahan Beardsley ’42 Florence E. Beatty ’74 Susan Christensen Beatty ’56 Sharon Young Beaver ’64 and Monte L. Beaver, Parent Jane Briner Beavers ’48 Lloyd W. Beck ’41 and Catherine Beck, Friend Sharon Latham Beck ’65 and Arthur F. Beck, Parent Marjorie Snyder Beckett ’47 and Richard H. Beckett, Friend Carolyn Bednar-Good ’75 and Steven Kent Good, Friend Melvin A. Bedree ’81 and Kathleen Bedree, Friend Arthur J. Beer, Jr. ’56 Emily Baldridge Beer ’36 Marianna Hahl Beers ’49 and Kenneth R. Beers, Friend Lester E. Beesley ’50 and Nancy Beesley, Friend Kenneth H. Behrendt ’76 Elizabeth Roys Beiser ’59

SOCIETY

Loyalty

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George H. Belhobek ’65 and Jeanie Brown Belhobek ’66 Peggy Carey Beman ’53 and Anson L. Beman, Friend Robert A. Bender ’64 and Judith Anderson, Friend G. Kirk Bennett, Jr. ’77 and Margaret Cash Bennett ’77 Lucinda McGuire Bennett ’63 and William A. Bennett, Friend Robert A. Bennett ’49 and Enid Meredith Bennett ’49 W. Charles Bennett ’74 Karin Hennings Bennington ’53 and L. R. Bennington, Parent Kimberly Langhout Benson ’84 and Paul W. Benson, Friend Mary Taylor Benson ’51 and Allen Merrill Benson, Friend Barbara Van Dellen Beré ’47 Ralph A. Berg ’51 and Dorothy L. Berg, Friend Janet Robison Berger ’67 and Bill Berger, Friend Muriel Nelson Berger ’52 and Louis R. Berger, Friend Katherine Lind Bergethon, Friend E. William Bergfeld, Jr. ’54 and Margaret A. Bergfeld, Friend Jane Evans Berghoff ’46 Karen Dunlap Berman ’65 and L. Paul Berman, Friend dec Jeffrey M. Bernacchi ’79 and Mary Lynn Scovill Bernacchi ’79 Florence Rupper Bernhardt ’43 and Robert F. Bernhardt, Friend Kathryn Gloin Betley ’64 and Leonard Betley, Friend Zack F. Bettis, Jr. ’71 and Karen Riley Bettis, Friend Robert L. Bever ’75 and Amy Bever, Friend Dorothy Gray Beverly ’46 and Robert G. Beverly, Friend Frederic Carr Beyer ’35 Suzanne Schurmeier Bible ’66 and William E. Bible, Friend Alfred D. Biggs, Jr. ’54 and Ruth Hawkins Biggs ’54 Carol Holmes Bigley ’60 Elmer Billman ’39 David B. Bills ’64 and Beryl Bobinette Bills ’65 Frances Mathes Bishop ’38 Margaret Ross Black ’47 Barbara Gustafson Blair ’34 John A. Blake ’66 and Susanne Trubey, Friend Susan Moffett Blake ’52 William V. Blake III ’59 and Linda Blake, Friend Barbara Blakemore ’46 Mary Briggs Blanchard ’30 Donald E. Blatchley ’55 and Mary Blatchley-Hibbard, Friend Joel M. Blumberg ’62 and Judith Green Blumberg, Friend Theodora Maytag Blumberg ’41 Dan R. Blunt ’63 and Phyllis Stormont Blunt ’64 Luella Boonstra Boaz ’45 Aileen Perkins Bockstahler ’44 and George W. Bockstahler, Friend Tavia Thorwaldson Bodenstedt ’49 and Charles Bodenstedt, Friend Lewis J. Bodi ’50 and Sara Lord Bodi ’49 Carol Stinemetz Bodinson ’63 Christine Boeke ’78 and William Jenks, Friend James L. Bogue ’52 and Madelyn Hatch Bogue ’53 Charles E. Bokar ’76 and Laura L. Bokar, Friend Loraine Boland ’65 and Raymond V. Nelson, Friend Edwin E. Boldrey ’63 and Catherine Boldrey, Friend Frederick F. Boling ’56 and Miriam Query Boling ’58 Thomas A. Bond ’64 and Sue Huffman Bond, Friend Bruce J. BonDurant ’65 and Catherine A. BonDurant, Friend Elizabeth A. Booth ’71 Megan McAuliffe Boschini ’83 and Vic Boschini, Friend Elizabeth Witler Bosin ’67 and Talmage R. Bosin, Parent Joanne D. Bosky ’80 Vivian Hora Bosquit ’47 Nancy Bardonner Bossert ’51 Charles W. Boston ’49 and Gharyl F. Boston, Parent Charles A. Boswell ’45 and Lois Bearss Boswell ’45 Thomas W. Boswell ’66 and Cheryl K. Boswell, Friend Robert G. Bottoms and Gwen Bottoms, Friends Alice Barger Bower ’49 Lynn Tozer Bowles ’52 and Robert A. Bowles, Friend Barbara Pontius Bowman ’83 Jill Bowman ’68 Mary Fisher Bowmar ’49 Marilyn Smith Boxell ’61 and John F. Boxell, Parent Joseph D. Boyd ’48 and Cynthia Reiley Boyd, Friend Max L. Boyd ’51 and Betty Soukup Boyd ’53 Charles C. Boyer ’59 and Jane Sansome Boyer ’62 Peter A. Boyer ’66 and N. Ling Boyer ’66 Virginia Burns Boynton ’40 and Walter A. Boynton, Parent H. Dale Bracey ’57 and Barbara Nelson Bracey ’60 Gordon F. Bradburn ’41 and Patricia Anne Bradburn, Friend Randall L. Braddom ’64 and Diane Braddom, Friend Margaret Verhulst Bradford ’60 and Walter G. Bradford, Friend Philip F. Bradford ’55 and Sally F. Bradford, Parent Shanna Underwood Bradford ’78 and Clifford D. Bradford, Friend Cynthia Best Bradley ’72 and David J. Bradley, Friend Gordon H. M. Brain, Parent Marilyn Lichvar Branco ’54 and Arthur M. Branco, Friend Karen Luce Branding ’79 and David W. Branding, Friend Robert R. Branson ’53 Mark A. Brant ’82 and Tracy M. Brant, Friend James A. Braunsdorf ’60 and Donna Munson Braunsdorf, Friend John W. Breck ’75 and Sarah Smith Breck ’76 Russell Breeden III ’71 and Judy Breeden, Parent Miriam Cole Breese ’57 and Robert F. Breese, Parent Elizabeth McMahon Brengelman ’64 and Russell Brengelman, Friend Bernard R. Brennan ’33 and Lucy W. Brennan, Friend Susan J. Bresnahan ’72 Elmer P Brestan ’64 and Marguerite Brestan, Parent . Debra Noecker Breunling ’79 Parke M. Brewer ’75 and Denise Ward Brewer ’75 Rebecca A. Brewer ’73 and Gregory J. Pfister, Friend Carol Mason Bricher ’44 Marjorie Colegrove Brickley ’61 and James A. Brickley, Friend Charles L. Briggs and Patricia Anderson, Friend James M. Briggs ’42 and Betty Thornburg Briggs ’43 Virginia Jones Bright ’46 Alan R. Brill ’64 Stephen C. Brill ’75 and Barbara Hopke Brill, Friend Ann Wilhoite Brilley ’68 and Michael C. Brilley, Friend Robert D. Britigan, Jr. ’58 and Susan Locke Britigan, Parent David W. Britton, Jr. ’52 and Sharon Smith Britton ’55 William W. Bromer ’49 and Patricia Ryan Bromer ’50 Carolyn Van Epps Brookmeyer ’65 and John D. Brookmeyer, Jr., Friend James E. Brooks ’48 Paul F. Brown ’45 and Doris Ann Phillips Brown, Friend Phillip W. Brown ’73 and Kathy Peters Brown, Friend Preston C. Brown ’48 and Billie J. Brown, Friend Raymond P Brown ’48 . Robert F. Brown ’63 and Mary Ann Brown, Friend Virginia Ritchie Brown ’72 William L. Brown III ’69 and Susan Lange Brown ’68 Linda Kissell Browne ’62 and Franklin Gilbert Browne, Friend Jean Denton Brubeck ’69 William E. Brubeck, Jr. ’72 and Elizabeth Vonnegut Brubeck ’72 June Konecy Bruce ’38 Wendy Waggoner Bruestle ’76 and Eric George Bruestle, Friend James E. Brumbaugh ’55 Sarah Vanwye Brumfield ’53 and Max F. Brumfield, Friend Beverly Tansey Bryan ’59 and John Bryan, Parent June Waughop Bryan ’41 Helen Marxer Bryant ’41 Jane Fredericks Buchanan ’54 John M. Buchanan ’38 and Elsa Buchanan, Friend Norman F. Buck ’40 and Janet Sorenson Buck, Friend David L. Buckles ’40 William R. Buckley ’73 Alberta Matzke Buckman ’59 and William M. Buckman, Parent William H. Buettin ’49 and Arline Kraft Buettin ’49 William D. Bugher ’51 and Beverly Baird Bugher ’52 Robert E. Buis ’49 and Margaret Pritchard, Friend Elizabeth Wolfe Bull ’80 and Eddie U. Bull, Jr., Friend Gretchen Hageman Bullock ’66 and John D. Bullock, Friend M. Loren Bullock ’47 and Hazel Jean Pagan, Friend Jerry M. Burand ’55 and Joann Decker Burand ’55 Virginia Jordan Burchard ’56 and Charles W. Burchard, Friend David F. Burg ’58 and Helen Rendlesham Burg ’59 Dorothy Walsman Burkhart ’47 Arthur W. Burks ’36 and Alice Rowe Burks, Friend Anne Husted Burleigh ’63 and William R. Burleigh, Parent Carolyn Adams Burns ’83 John M. Burns ’66 and Linda F. Burns, Friend Jill Vance Buroker ’67 James A. Burrier ’68 and Kay Koontz Burrier ’67 Sheila Tourtelot Burris ’45 Judith Staebler Bushouse ’63 and Stanley R. Bushouse, Parent Vera Anderson Busselle ’35 Cary D. Bussema ’78 and Helga Bussema, Friend William Keller Buston ’48 and William L. Buston, Friend Candace Judah Butler ’73 and John D. Butler, Friend Joseph Butler ’51 and Viola B. Butler, Friend Kim Klinger Butler ’81 and William J. Butler ’82 Rhett W. Butler ’62 and Kay Burney Butler ’62 Sarah Mills Butzin ’67 and Peter A. Butzin, Friend Christopher R. Byler ’74 and Helen Kira Byler ’75 Joyce Suess Cailor ’62 and George Gerald Cailor, Friend D. Keith Campbell ’47 and Mary Fran Campbell, Friend Jack B. Campbell ’68 and Terry Campbell, Friend John C. Campbell ’69 Timothy F. Campbell ’69 and Linda Campbell, Friend Margaret Wilder Camuti ’83 Robert C. Canfield ’60 and Patricia Harms Canfield ’57 Mary Sims Cannell ’61 and Roger Cannell, Friend Gerald D. Capoot, Jr. ’62 and Sally Capoot, Parent Richard T. Carlin ’68 and Roberta Graef Carlin ’69 Joseph B. Carney, Sr. ’50 and Constance Caylor Carney ’50 Carolyn Grall Carpenter ’56 and George Carpenter, Friend Dorothy Jacobs Carpenter ’49 Jane Mohler Carpenter ’41 Robert R. Carpenter ’78 and Sally Henning Carpenter ’79 James G. Carr ’55 and Carol Warren Carr ’55 Marjorie Stutz Carr ’55 and Louis O. Carr ’53 Patricia Wylie Carr ’51 and James B. Carr, Friend Joan Schafer Carrodus ’52 William F. Carroll, Jr. ’73 and Mary Cooke Carroll, Friend Philip L. Carson ’64 and Susan Weeks Carson ’64 Susan Hoppinger Carson ’50 and Donald L. Carson, Friend Linda Steil Carter ’82 and Brian R. Carter, Friend Rebecca Collins Carter ’68 John T. Casey ’67 and Mary Linda Casey, Parent Robert G. Casey ’70 and Leslie L. Casey, Friend George D. Casgrain ’39 Edward W. Cassidy ’54 Anita Hursh Cast ’61 and William R. Cast, Friend Debra Markstone Castino ’83 Audrie Moore Celley ’34 John M. Centa ’39 and Helen Roberts Roth, Friend James K. Chamness ’52 and Dorothy Frey Chamness ’53 Mary Zeluff Chandler ’67 and Douglas R. Chandler, Friend Carleton Horine Chapman ’39 Karen Keppel Chappell ’64 and Edward G. Chappell, Friend L. Terry Chappell ’65 and Barbara Chappell, Friend Nancy Ford Charles ’57 and Keith W. Charles, Friend Richard G. Cheney ’49 and Gene Hahn Cheney ’50 Carolyn Swartzbaugh Chenoweth ’48 and James M. Chenoweth, Friend Karen Furlong Childs ’73 Patricia Smith Choban ’77 and Stephen J. Choban, Friend Ellen Silva Chrapla ’72 and Michael L. Chrapla, Friend Robert L. Chreist ’62 and Lynn Chreist, Friend John W. Christensen ’35 and Beth Heuring Christensen ’43 Dale C. Christison ’34 Cheng Lok Chua ’60 Kelly A. Cichy ’80 Jack P Cittadine ’63 and Karen Cittadine, Friend . David A. Claar ’64 and Virginia Jackson Claar ’63 Stella Williams Clapp ’43 Deborah R. Clark ’72 Joseph H. Clark ’49 and Barbara Brewer Clark ’52 Laura Sandberg Clark ’75 and Thomas R. Clark, Friend

“I started giving to the Annual Fund with the goal of paying back my Rector Scholarship. My wife, Shirley (Andrew ’43), and I first gave to DePauw in 1946 and have not missed a year of giving. DePauw is a truly wonderful place where one can acquire a well-rounded education. Between our classes and the Greek system, we really learned a lot.” – Arthur G. Allard, Jr. ’43

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Mary Wahl Clark ’62 and A. Thomas Clark, Jr., Friend Ronald R. Clark ’61 and Claudia Clark, Friend Lawrence W. Clarkson ’60 and Barbara Stevenson Clarkson ’61 Carole A. Clause ’82 and Robert Larocque, Friend John R. Claycombe ’48 Richard J. Claycombe ’74 Rollin L. Clayton ’61 Edward W. Cleary ’41 and Arita Hefferan Cleary, Friend Jacqueline Du Jardin Clemenson ’49 and F. Wm. Clemenson, Parent Joseph C. Cleveland ’57 and Georgienne Burow Cleveland ’57 David W. Clifford ’61 and Jean McCalister Clifford ’60 Samuel G. Clifford, Jr. ’48 Shirley Beistle Climo ’50 and George F. Climo, Jr., Friend Shirley Dungan Cline ’56 Pamela R. Clinkenbeard ’77 Warren J. Close ’42 William H. Closz ’52 and Mary Renkenberger Closz ’52 Robert P Cly ’62 and Jo Ann B. Cly, Friend . John H. Coats ’52 and Helen L. Miller, Friend Barbara Tracy Cochran ’58 Benjamin G. Cochran ’55 and Patricia Cochran, Parent Paul T. Cochran ’60 and Linda Cochran, Friend William M. Cockrum ’59 and Andrea Cockrum, Friend Sarah Robinson Coffin ’74 and Rick L. Coffin, Parent Helen Harris Cola ’48 and Emilio Cola, Friend Elizabeth Phelps Cole ’46 and Lucius Cole, Friend Pamela A. Collins ’75 Suzanne Custer Collins ’43 Esther Ritz Collyer ’28 Kathryn Schwarz Colten ’50 Virginia Colten-Bradley ’74 and Michael Bradley, Friend D. Sidney Condit ’60 and Allison E. Condit, Friend Mark J. Conklin ’82 and Beverly Risma Conklin, Friend Douglas P Conner ’79 and Tracy Gibson Conner ’79 . Harriet Wolter Conner ’46 Willis B. Conner ’48 and Katherine R. Conner, Friend Barbara Boynton Connor ’71 and Richard Connor, Friend Harold J. Cook ’40 J. David Cook ’66 and Ann Barrow Cook ’67 Joyce Hopewell Cook ’61 and Bill Cook, Friend Thomas D. Cook ’42 and Catherine Peet Cook ’43 Janice Mullen Cooke ’51 and Bruce H. Cooke, Friend Charlotte Taylor Cooney ’52 and William H. Cooney, Friend Ronald E. Coons ’58 Thomas P Cooper ’66 and Galen Morgan Cooper ’66 . Daniel P Cope ’68 and Mary Cope, Friend . Barbara Brooks Copple ’41 Kenneth W. Coquillette ’82 and Carrie Melind Coquillette ’82 Barbara Koepke Cornelsen ’67 James C. Costin ’53 and Nancy Boyd Costin ’54 S. Page Cotton, Jr. ’71 and Narda Greising Cotton ’72 Beth Brookley Coulter ’41 Robert R. Cowie ’72 and Diane Clark Cowie, Friend David B. Cox ’48 and Myrtle H. Cox, Friend H. Keith Cox ’55 and Loraine Loomis Cox ’54 John H. Cox ’47 Ruth Chittick Cox ’36 Stuart G. Cozzens ’62 and Barbara A. Cozzens, Friend J. Campbell Craddock ’51 dec and Dorothy D. Craddock, Parent Alwin M. Cramer ’37 and Joyce Webster Cramer ’42 Albert E. Crandall ’56 and B. Louise Woods Crandall ’50 George W. Crane, Jr. ’42 Betty Davies Cratty ’40 Carol Rossman Creelman ’57 and Stewart Elliott Creelman, Friend Douglas D. Cripe ’82 and Lisa Cripe Cripe ’83 William L. Crist ’69 and Carol Prentice Crist ’70 Terry A. Cromwell ’60 and Janice Cromwell, Parent Edward K. Crossman ’60 and Sharyn Marie Crossman, Friend Brenda Mercer Cruikshank ’64 and Wayne Giddings, Friend Elizabeth Oxnam Cullen ’59 and James T. Cullen, Friend Ford M. Cullis ’41 and Hannah R. Cullis, Friend Suzanne Marley Culmer ’44 John P Culver, Jr. ’52 and Bette Doolittle Culver ’52 . James S. Cunning ’74 and Lisa Stone, Friend Betty Mourning Curl ’47 Catherine Curtis-Van Duzer ’82 and John B. Van Duzer, Jr., Friend Laura L. Cvengros ’80 Wilbur C. Cylke ’50 and Betty Jane Cylke, Friend Waneta Maxwell Dailey ’54 Loren D. Daily ’51 and Gloria Lindquist Daily ’52 Charles H. Dale ’50 and Mary Stone Dale, Friend Sarah Sturmon Dale ’83 and Steven W. Dale, Friend Marilyn Ehman Dallet ’70 Stephen X. Daly ’80 and Candace Johnson Daly ’81 Carleton E. Dangremond, Jr. ’52 and Roberta Dangremond, Friend Margaret Ward Daniel ’47 Deborah J. Daniels ’73 and Lyle J. Mannweiler, Friend Joseph H. Danks ’65 and Carol Danks, Friend Robert J. Darnall ’60 and Marletta Farrier Darnall ’61 Rebecca Zabel Das ’63 and Ajit K. Das, Parent Don R. Daseke ’61 and Barbara Daseke, Friend Byron Wade Daugherty ’79 and Leslie Freeby Daugherty ’80 Carolyn Schwentker Daus ’50 Elizabeth Johnson Davidson ’44 James W. Davidson ’63 and Susan Moore Davidson ’64 Bronson C. Davis ’65 and Cathie Valeska Davis ’66 J. Baird Davis ’59 and Patricia Wolfe Davis, Friend James D. Davis ’80 and Anna H. Davis, Friend Marjorie Thomas Davis ’44 Nancy Farris Davis ’80 Nancy Richards Davis ’44 Suzanne Wagner Davis ’58 and Richard F. Davis, Parent Evelyn Stone Dawson ’63 and Harry H. Dawson, Friend Donald T. de Camp ’70 Louis R. de Filippis ’42 Amy Santos-Ocampo de Francesco ’60 Harold A. Deadman, Jr. ’63 and Mary Catherine Deadman, Friend William G. Deadman ’63 and Roxana Carrick Deadman ’64 Elizabeth Davis Dean ’53 Dolly Weaver Deary ’55 Richard E. Deer ’54 and Lee T. Deer, Parent Rebecca Wray Degitz ’43 and William B. Degitz, Parent Christopher A. DeGraw ’72 and Terry L. Muilenburg, Friend Jeanne Thompson Deichmiller ’53 and Albert S. Deichmiller, Parent Marco L. DeLucio ’81 and Elizabeth Mernitz DeLucio ’83 Eugene L. Delves ’50 and Sue Howard Delves ’51 Vesta Stepniewski Demester ’76 William H. Dempsey, Jr. ’67 and Carol Henvis Dempsey ’67 Margaretta Ryder Denham ’52 Richard F. Dennis ’66 and Alison Finnegan, Friend David R. Dent ’63 and Sarah Dent, Friend Paul W. Deppert ’47 Paul S. Detlefs ’77 and Katie Cassidy Detlefs ’81 Judson W. Detrick ’63 and Sharon C. Detrick, Friend Nancy Wittgen DeVoe ’46 Robert C. DeVries ’48 and Ruth Wood DeVries, Friend Jane Rowles Dickson ’54 and William M. Dickson, Friend Phyllis Chapman Dickson ’49 Kathryn Lewis Dierkes ’76 and Joseph Richard Dierkes, Friend Benjamin Diesbach ’68 and Marianne H. Diesbach, Friend Arthur L. Dillard ’60 and Diane Dillard, Friend Anne Trudgen Dillon ’81 and John J. Dillon III ’82 David M. Dirks ’63 and Laura McClure Dirks, Friend Lee E. Dirks ’56 Allen W. Dirrim ’50 and Susan Morse Dirrim ’58 R. Victor Dix ’56 and Carolyn M. Dix, Friend Alfred D. Dixon ’49 and Sara Calvert Dixon ’49 Carol Gray Dixon ’56 and John Dixon, Friend Don M. Dixon ’57 Patricia Crays Dixon ’52 and Norval Wayne Dixon, Jr., Friend Michael D. Dixson ’68 and Pamela Bond Dixson ’69 Morris A. Dodd ’41 Morris B. Dodd ’64 and Sandra J. Dodd, Friend Mary Jane Glover Dodds ’78 and Christopher V. Dodds, Friend C. Brooks Dodson ’59 and Mary K. Dodson, Friend Patricia Winning Dodson ’42 Elaine Aiken Doenges ’47 William B. Doepke ’69 and Jane Bragdon Doepke ’71 Robert J. Doherty, Sr. ’49 and Alice Feeney Doherty, Friend Joyce Dunbar Dolan ’44 and John R. Dolan, Friend Frank C. Donaldson, Jr. ’73 and Alison Van Nada Donaldson ’73 Frederick K. Donaldson ’72 and Suzahn Donaldson, Parent Rae Lahti Donnelly ’59 Florence Jome Donner ’44 Jane Dooley ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Dean Dooley ’47, Parent J. William Doolittle ’51 and Annette Bush Doolittle, Friend W. Daniel Doty ’72 and Paula Young Doty, Friend Mary Loop Doughten ’45 and Philip T. Doughten, Parent Pauline Douglas ’42 John P Douglass ’68 and Emily R. Douglass, Friend . Dale Brumbaugh Dowlen ’69 and Lon W. Dowlen, Jr., Friend Raymond A. Down ’65 and Judith Ryan Down, Friend Harold K. Downey ’38 James W. Downey ’66 and Abigail A. Downey, Parent Sara Custer Downing ’49 Joanne Dehollander Downs ’59 and Floyd Downs, Friend Virginia Downs ’52 John A. Drees ’65 Frances Tuttle Drew ’52 Gary Paul Drew ’61 and Sandra Aldrich Drew ’62 James B. Drew ’62 and Lynn Urwitz Drew, Friend Wendell R. Drew ’67 and Elaine S. Drew, Friend Donald H. Driemeier ’60 and Joyce Driemeier, Parent Dennis C. Drury ’63 and Robin Nice, Friend Dale J. Ducommun ’50 and Anna Cain Ducommun ’52 James E. Dudley ’54 and Valerie Dudley, Friend John C. Dudley ’49 Boots Duesing ’50 and Doris Wells Duesing ’50 William M. Dugan, Jr. ’60 and Ann Carper Dugan ’61 Mary Greenawalt Dunbar ’63 Helen Boardman Duncan ’65 and F. Bowie Duncan II, Friend Lawrence S. Dunham ’44 and Jane L. Dunham, Friend Jane Chapman Dunkle ’41 Carolyn Hungness Dunlap ’62 and Charles E. Dunlap, Friend Margaret Jolly Dunton ’41 and Edward A. Dunton ’39 dec Aura May Durham ’46 Carol Shanklin Durham ’55 Frank W. Durham, Jr. ’48 and Shirley Gilbert Durham ’47 James W. Dutton ’67 and Sarah Katterhenry Dutton ’69 L. Garrett Dutton, Jr. ’62 and Mary Jane Dutton, Friend Georgia Garner Dwyer, Friend Peggy Brown Dwyer ’76 and Michael J. Dwyer, Friend Susan E. Dwyer ’83 Dorothy Giles Dyer ’47 and Colin M. Dyer, Friend Lloyd E. Dyer ’42 and Virginia Millard Dyer, Friend Elsie Manny Eads ’51 and James Harvey Eads, Jr., Friend Marianne Eckhart ’79 Sue Barthelmeh Eckstein ’54 Ralph R. Edminster ’58 Judith A. Edstrom ’70 Barbara Zerell Edwards ’57 Gerald L. Edwards ’49 John E. Edwards ’32 Peter R. Egbert ’63 and Marian Egbert, Friend E. Gabrielle Egger ’71 and Robert H. Shaykin ’71 William H. Egley ’60 and Diane R. Egley, Friend Mrs. Philip W. Eherenman, Parent Charles R. Ellinwood ’51 and Susanna Bowers Ellinwood ’52 Donald F. Elliott, Jr. ’43 and Dorothy Elliott, Parent John N. Elliott ’53 and Joyce Whitehead Elliott ’53 Tracy J. Ellis ’75 and Nancy Smith Ellis ’75 Howard W. Eloe ’48 and Jo Ann Kramer Eloe, Friend Thomas C. Ely ’69 and Pamela Vance Ely ’69 Susan Metcalfe Elzemeyer ’52 Carol Olson Emens ’62 David L. Emison ’73 and Elizabeth J. Emison, Friend James H. Emison ’47 and Eileen Sullivan Emison ’47 James W. Emison ’71 and Mary Kathryn Holmes Emison ’72 Jane L. Emison, Friend Mark A. Emkes ’75 and Maria Concepcion Emkes, Friend Robert W. Emmert ’74 Grey M. Emmons ’69 and Lurie S. Emmons, Friend Jacquelyn McElfresh Emperly ’82 and Joseph L. Emperly, Friend Elizabeth Cooney Englbrecht ’73 Mark E. English ’64 Mary Palmer Enroth ’62 and L. G. Enroth, Friend dec Robert L. Erickson ’58 and Rita Luther Erickson ’59 Nancy Oviatt Erkkila ’61 and Jacob B. Erkkila, Friend Don C. Erman ’62 and Nancy A. Erman, Friend Thomas N. Ertel ’61 and Brooke Boroughs, Friend Walter O. Erxleben, Jr. ’62 and Bette Alexander Erxleben ’62 Joan Grootemaat Eschweiler ’47 dec and Robert C. Eschweiler, Friend Curtis B. Eskew ’66 and Nancy Eskew, Friend Lois Aydelott Eskilson ’51 and Jack E. Eskilson, Friend Dale E. Espich ’51 David H. Evans ’62 and Jean Rose Evans ’63

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“As a DePauw student, I met and learned to interact with all kinds of people from different walks of life, which is an essential skill in the working world. My internships and semester of study abroad were also major factors that prepared me well for life after college. I am really proud of my education. I give to the Annual Fund so other students can benefit from the opportunities I had.” – Kimberly M. Rymer ’00
Francis E. Evans ’50 and Mildred Semelka Evans ’50 Julia Sloan Evans ’47 Nancy Fraser Evans ’50 Patricia Federmann Evans ’44 Robert W. Evans ’59 and Sharon C. Evans, Friend Thomas E. Evans ’61 and Helen Evans, Friend Dick Everard ’51 Barbara Button Everhard ’51 Kathryn A. Everman ’70 Patrick M. Ewing ’58 and Sharon K. Ewing, Friend Jean Young Eyrich ’47 Eiji Ezoe ’61 Glady Caley Faires ’56 and Ross N. Faires, Parent James P Fairfield ’49 and Martha Fairfield, Friend . James Schreiner Fais ’66 Richard M. Faner ’68 Richard L. Fanyo ’69 and Mary E. Fanyo, Friend Diane Severns Farage ’50 Mitchell H. Farber ’66 and Susan Stern Farber, Friend Robert H. Farber ’35 and Vera May Knauer Farber ’36 Sue Shafer Farmer ’48 and Harlow G. Farmer, Friend dec Elizabeth Fawcett Farone ’45 and Joseph T. Farone, Friend Kris Maroon Faulk ’76 and David L. Faulk, Parent Karen Hardin Fedor ’76 and John M. Fedor, Friend Timothy S. Feemster ’68 and Gretchen Benedek Feemster ’68 Patricia K. Fehl ’49 James A. Felts ’43 Carolyn Miles Fermann ’64 and Anthony F. Fermann, Friend Margaret Gridley Ferree ’36 and Joseph W. Ferree, Friend Barbara Hogate Ferrin ’43 and Allan W. Ferrin, Friend Vicki Lind Ferringer ’69 and Bernard F. Ferringer, Parent Charles W. Fetter, Jr. ’64 and Nancy Blessing Fetter ’66 John D. Fetters ’80 John D. Fetters ’50 and Marilyn Holtman Fetters ’54 James R. Feutz ’68 and Vickie J. Feutz, Friend John M. Field ’66 and Barbara B. Field, Friend Anna Margaret Whiting Fields ’42 Donald C. Findlay II ’56 and Judith Lilly Findlay ’57 Roger W. Findley ’57 and Suzanne Erickson Findley, Friend Barbara Miller Fisher ’53 and Duncan G. Fisher, Friend Gordon E. Fisher ’47 James A. Fisher ’68 Jeffrey E. Fisher ’68 and Nancy M. Fisher, Friend Robert W. Fisher ’37 Gerald F. Fitzgerald, Jr. ’72 and Denise McMahon Fitzgerald, Friend Beatrice Elizondo Fitzpatrick ’81 and Robert L. Fitzpatrick ’81 Hilliard J. Fjord ’47 and Hope Kain Fjord, Friend Mark S. Flegenheimer ’83 and Anne Hepting Flegenheimer, Friend Ted C. Fleming ’36 Ann Messersmith Fletcher ’56 and R. Rolph Fletcher, Friend William H. Fletcher ’45 and Helen E. Fletcher, Friend John K. Flickinger ’74 and Laura L. Flickinger, Friend Robert F. Flickinger ’68 and Caryl Flickinger, Friend Ivan D. Floyd ’62 J. Kent Flummerfelt ’63 and Jane Rutledge Flummerfelt, Friend Sallie Martin Foley ’72 and Steven J. Foley, Friend Anita Thompson Ford ’68 and Lee Roy Ford III, Friend R. Scott Ford ’73 and Laura Skorupa Ford ’75 Mary Barnard Forgie ’34 Jean Lusk Forsythe ’64 and Frank E. Forsythe, Friend Katherine Hays Fox ’65 and John N. Fox, Jr., Friend Katherine Tweedle Fox ’62 and Alan F. Fox, Friend Marion Radcliffe Fox ’58 and Graydon C. Fox, Friend Susan Wittgen Fox ’53 Charles W. Foxwell ’78 Linda Sellen Frazier ’62 and Marc Frazier, Parent Eric W. Fredbeck ’78 and Jan Lukens Fredbeck ’80 Robert R. Frederick ’48 and Carolyn Smith Frederick ’49 Paul D. Frederickson ’59 and Suzanne Wedeking Frederickson ’58 C. William Freeby ’51 and Marcia Andrews Freeby ’50 Russell L. Freeland ’51 and Joan Miles Freeland, Friend Jerry A. Freeman ’53 and Alice Rogers Freeman ’53 Marilyn Payne Freeouf ’52 Margery Graham Freshley ’48 Donald R. Fretz ’44 and Sally Jo Hadsall Fretz, Friend Patricia Boynton Frey ’65 and William James Frey, Friend Robert L. Frey ’48 Thomas F. Frey, Jr. ’69 and Roberta Hallan Frey ’69 Wayne Friend ’58 and Maria Friend, Friend Roger R. Fross ’62 and Madelon Rose Fross, Friend Phyllis Wefel Fruechtenicht ’47 Veryl F. Frye, Jr. ’57 and Linda Lyon Frye, Friend Richard W. Fulmer ’52 and Shirley White Fulmer, Friend Jane Brazes Funke ’78 and David W. Funke, Friend Bradley S. Fuson ’82 and Teresa Gayle Fuson, Friend James A. Fuson ’69 and Monica Haviland, Friend Charles M. Gadd, Jr. ’67 Richard D. Gaines ’66 and Barbara Ferrell Gaines ’67 P Richardson Gale ’43 and Joan D. Gale, Friend . Nancy Hunger Galliher ’57 and David A. Galliher, Parent Martha Faitz Gamble ’57 William E. Gamble ’50 and Marilyn Cruikshank Gamble, Friend Paul E. Gard ’65 and Claudia Trout Gard, Friend Donald B. Gardiner ’62 and Karen Ottsen Gardiner, Friend David R. Gardner ’63 and Caren Campbell Gardner ’63 Nancy Driscol Gardner ’52 and Thomas H. Gardner ’52 Pamela J. Garland ’75 Timothy P Garrigus ’54 and Joanne Jones Garrigus ’56 . Sandra Garriott-Stejskal ’67 and Richard Garriott-Stejskal, Friend Lois McQueen Gartner ’52 and W. Joseph Gartner, Friend dec Frederick S. Gass ’64 and Margery Stoops Gass ’66 Barbara Mayne Gasser ’47 Barbara Stahoviak Gates ’53 Nancy Young Gehlbach ’58 and Frederick R. Gehlbach, Friend G. Richard Geier, Jr. ’62 and Karen Eva Geier, Friend Sarah Organ Geitz ’55 Marilyn G. Genther ’73 William D. George, Jr. ’54 and Ellie George, Friend R. I. Geraldson, Jr. ’62 and Melinda Paine Geraldson ’65 William G. Gerber ’61 and Shannon Gerber, Friend James H. Gerhold ’69 and Suzanne Carroll Gerhold ’69 Paul O. Germann, Jr. ’52 James W. Gesler ’72 and Lana Gesler, Friend Ann Lave Getzoff ’61 Henry E. Gibson, Parent Robert K. Gibson ’50 and Lynn Gibson, Parent Thomas R. Gibson ’64 and Sophie H. Gibson, Parent William P Giddings ’54 and Rochelle S. Giddings, Friend . Marian Ellis Gifford ’40 Charles A. Gilbert ’56 and Carolyn Beasley Gilbert ’58 David W. Gilbert ’65 and Meg Gilbert, Parent Ronald W. Gilbert ’34 William H. Gilbert ’66 and Kathleen McKay Gilbert ’68 Robert H. Giles ’55 and Nancy M. Giles, Parent George R. Gilkey ’41 Gretchen Soldwedel Gill ’58 Jeanne Smith Gillum ’48 and D. I. Gillum, Friend Ronald L. Gillum ’60 and Elizabeth Feigel Gillum ’60 James G. Gilmore, Jr. ’81 and Kim Marie Gilmore, Friend John David Gislason ’82 and Judith A. Spence, Friend Betty Davis Givens ’54 and David W. Givens, Friend Marjorie Willett Glenn ’64 and William C. Glenn, Friend Paul C. Glick ’33 Nancy Zippel Gloe ’70 and Steven Gloe, Friend Gordon E. Gockley, Friend John P Godwin ’67 and Sylvia Godwin, Friend . Robert P Godwin ’59 and Patricia Zwickel Godwin ’60 . John S. Goetcheus ’60 and Janice Goetcheus, Parent Anne Troxel Golden ’72 and Thomas R. Golden, Parent Carl H. Goltermann ’50 Barbara Loomis Good ’46 and Samuel Good, Friend Warren A. Goodlad ’50 and Elizabeth Frisbie Goodlad ’49 Dorothy Gardner Goodnough ’43 and Frank O. Goodnough ’42 dec Julie Houk Goodrich ’73 and David W. Goodrich, Friend Joan Austin Goodwin ’59 and David G. Goodwin, Friend Patricia A. Goodwin ’49 Rod Goodwin ’63 and Patricia Boyer, Friend Patricia M. Gordon ’52 Margaret Lavidge Gosselink ’70 and Paul Gerard Gosselink, Friend Cynthia A. Gossett ’77 and Derek Storm, Friend Sheri Little Gow ’70 and David R. Gow, Friend Mildred Hawkins Graft ’40 Jack W. Graham ’46 and Sofie B. Larson Graham, Friend Jo Ann Brown Graham ’50 Craig C. Grannon ’70 and Linda D. Grannon, Friend Mark W. Grannon ’78 and Gai Grannon, Friend Thomas J. Grant ’56 and Ann Luttrell Grant ’57 Ruth Bergstrom Grauer ’47 Barbara Sward Graves ’48 Sarah Graser Gray ’73 and David W. Gray, Parent Virginia Van Kirk Gray ’62 and Edman Lowell Gray, Friend Frederick M. Green ’66 and Judy L. Green, Parent Judson C. Green ’74 and Joyce Taglauer Green ’75 Patricia Hess Green ’41 Judith Peterson Greene ’66 Greg T. Greenwood ’78 and Kristina L. Greenwood, Friend Robert John Greenwood, Friend Richard C. Greer ’69 and Jean Baker Greer ’69 Pauline Grossman Gregory ’44 and C. William Gregory, Parent David W. Greising ’82 and Cynthia Hedges Greising ’82 Jon R. Gresley ’68 and Gudrun Dybdal, Friend Linda Hesson Grice ’81 and Greg Grice, Friend Jennifer Sanger Griffin ’62 and Michael N. Griffin, Parent Fred Griffis ’36 Robert W. Griffith, Jr. ’62 and Barbara Klingner Griffith ’63 Sandra McClelland Grimes ’60 and Ronald Ray Grimes, Friend Marjorie Volwiler Grinnell ’46 and Joseph F. Grinnell, Friend Joel E. Grizzell ’47 and Jane Hickam Grizzell ’46 Tim A. Grodrian ’67 and Marilyn Lightner Grodrian ’68 Philip B. Groebe ’62 and Elizabeth T. Groebe, Friend David S. Grogan ’54 Wells B. Grogan ’49 and Helen Picken Grogan ’49 Bruce P Grossnickle ’74 and Jeanne Sankey Grossnickle ’73 . Elizabeth Shierling Grotberg ’42 Elbert L. Groves ’39 and Marion L. Groves, Friend Herbert J. Grubb ’52 and Lois Jean Grubb, Friend Gerald H. Gruber ’59 and Linda Gruber, Parent Judith Drompp Guild ’53 and J. Kent Guild ’53 dec M. Lewis Gulick ’44 Jody Tweed Gullifor ’81 and Michael Gullifor, Friend Barbara Banks Gurney ’51 John W. Guy ’63 and Chichi Guy, Friend Lewis S. Haber ’49 and Lois Fassnacht Haber ’49 Patricia Porterfield Hackett ’45 Megan Lewis Haddox ’79 and Craig A. Haddox, Friend Stephen W. Hadley ’67 and Jill P Hadley, Friend . Don V. Harris, Jr. ’43 and Joan Elliott Haffler Harris, Friend Susan Schacht Hagaman ’64 and T. Carter Hagaman, Friend Rita E. Hagmeyer ’63 Mary Whitmore Hague ’52 and L. James Hague, Jr., Friend Katharine Draper Haimbaugh ’44 Stephen L. Haines ’63 Norman H. Hake ’50 and Carol V. Hake, Friend Barbara Bowen Hale ’74 and Charles C. Hale, Jr., Friend David E. Hall ’64 and Kathleen Hall, Parent James A. Hall ’79 Janet Foresman Hall ’58 and James D. Hall, Friend Katherine Suydam Hall ’56 Mary Triggs Hall ’49 Richard A. Hall ’67 Richard A. Haller, Sr. ’52 and June Leighton, Friend A. Theodore Halsted ’49 James B. Haman ’38 and Margaret H. Haman, Friend Donald L. Hamilton ’57 and Emily Hooton Hamilton ’58

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Lee H. Hamilton ’52 and Nancy Nelson Hamilton ’52 Richard E. Hamilton ’49 Sandra A. Hamilton ’74 and William L. Hall, Friend Stanley Hamilton ’63 and Hilary H. Hamilton, Friend Vernon O. Hamilton, Jr. ’64 and Valerie Watson Hamilton ’65 William P Hamilton IV ’72 and Jacqueline Bird, Friend . Jane Thoma Hammond ’57 Jarrell B. Hammond ’78 and Laura Gardner Hammond, Friend Bert Handwork ’52 and Mary Ellen Carr Handwork, Friend Jennifer Carpenter Hanley ’83 Mary Ann Jones Hanna ’42 David H. Hannah ’72 and Martha Musser Hannah ’72 Glenn C. Hannah ’52 Martha Yelton Hanpeter ’46 and John Andrew Hanpeter, Friend Richard S. Hansell ’72 and Cathy Hansell, Friend Marilynn Parrett Hansen ’44 Richard A. Hansen ’53 and Joan K. Hansen, Friend Eleanor Mackey Hanson ’48 Judith Jackson Hanson ’49 Lois Nash Harbert ’50 David C. Harbottle ’68 and Cindi Harbottle, Friend Marion Goldthwaite Harcourt ’50 John W. Hardebeck ’47 and Marilynn Hardebeck, Friend Sharon Garner Hardern ’70 and Darryl Hardern, Friend Robert B. Harding ’64 and Susan Harding, Parent C. Bruce Hardy ’40 and Muriel M. Hardy, Friend William N. Hardy ’73 and Tamara S. Hardy, Friend Vera Curtis Harkin ’41 T. Lyle Harlor ’48 and Pam Harlor, Friend Louis W. Harmening, Jr. ’61 and Janet Bloxsome Harmening ’61 Russell Freed Harmon ’39 E. Thomas Harnish ’44 and Helen Harnish, Friend Anne Johnson Harris ’79 and Jeffrey J. Harris, Friend Charles M. Harris ’70 and Marie Rhine Harris ’70 Mary Harris Harris ’57 and Terry E. Harris, Parent Stephen P Harris ’80 and Carla A. Harris, Friend . Ana Bacallao Harshaw ’82 and Rob Harshaw, Friend Dawn Wedow Hart ’75 Russell H. Hart, Jr. ’50 Barbara Hartman ’64 and James E. Melville, Friend Howard L. Hartman ’76 and Marijo R. Hartman, Friend Nancy Grant Harvey ’60 Geoffrey T. Hatch ’66 and Jane Ellen Hatch, Friend R. Randolph Hatch ’67 Philip C. Hauck ’64 and Kathrine Harris Hauck ’64 Robert O. Hausser ’67 Jill Taubensee Havey ’81 and Michael James Havey, Friend Barbara Babcock Hawes ’61 and David Holbrook Hawes, Friend Donna Walker Hawk ’66 and Raleigh Hawk, Friend Fred W. Hawk ’57 and Gail Achtner Hawk ’57 Dorothy Draper Hawkins ’42 Nancy Cessna Hawthorne ’51 and George D. Hawthorne, Friend Kris A. Hayden ’78 and Susan Showalter Hayden ’78 Clarke L. Hayes ’64 and Virginia Keim Hayes ’64 George H. Hayes ’43 Kenneth H. Haynie ’54 J. Denny Haythorn ’69 and Lori Johnson Haythorn, Friend Frances Wilson Hayward ’58 Carolyn Waller Heagey ’51 Judith Warren Heaps ’63 and Kenneth P Heaps, Friend . L. Charles Hebel, Jr. ’52 James A. Heckler ’64 Ann Hendrix Hedde ’74 and Charles C. Hedde, Friend Craig R. Hedin ’72 and Andrea K. Hedin, Friend Carole Kelly Hegenbarth ’58 and James T. Hegenbarth, Friend Janelle Hartsell Heise ’81 Jeff H. Heise ’80 and Vicki Ralph Heise, Friend John I. Heise III ’74 Richard F. Helfrich ’60 and Virginia Hale Helfrich ’61 Nancy Crane Heller ’60 and Charles R. Heller, Parent Robert E. Heller ’63 and Lois Jane Heller, Friend Dan L. Hendricks ’70 and Barbara Beal Hendricks ’70 Cynthia Glass Henk ’63 Mary McCallum Henrichs ’58 H. Andrew Henrikson ’83 and Jennifer Knapp Henrikson ’84 Joyce Clark Henriott ’71 and Gordon W. Henriott, Friend Janet S. Henry ’74 Laurin L. Henry ’42 and K. Jane Stephan, Friend Norma A. Henry, Friend Robert F. Henry, Jr. ’54 and Ellen O. Henry, Friend Mary Carson Hensold ’49 and William F. Hensold, Friend Gail Ritchie Henson ’73 and Edward Henson, Friend Betty Staples Herdman ’47 and Eric B. Herdman, Jr., Friend Susan Stoll Herin ’53 and John Samuel Herin, Friend Eleanor Hostetter Herr ’37 Michael A. Herrell ’60 and Helen Herrell, Parent Charles A. Herrick ’64 and Shirley Unruh Herrick ’64 James W. Herrick ’61 and Virginia V. Herrick, Friend Marilyn Horak Herrick ’60 Nancy Rich Herrin ’66 and J. Q. Herrin, Parent G. Richard Hershberger ’57 and Jo Petry Hershberger ’57 Charles O. Hershey ’69 and Linda Hershey, Friend Kay Heckman Hervey ’71 Kristina Nelson Hesbol ’72 James M. Hess ’66 Roma Williams Hess ’64 and Thomas E. Hess, Friend Marilyn Brier Hewitt ’59 and Jack G. Hewitt, Friend Cleveland P Hickman, Jr. ’50 and Rae Rickenbacher Hickman ’49 . Wayne S. Hieber ’44 G. William Higbee ’68 and Heather Cibulka Higbee ’68 Shaun O. Higgins ’71 and Ann Glendening Higgins, Friend Cecelia Helwig Hilgert ’65 Albert F. Hill ’50 and Nancy Vandemoer, Friend Gloria Reichenbach Hill ’60 and Herbert N. Hill, Parent Richard T. Hill, Jr. ’58 and Roberta Gates Hill ’58 William Brian Hill ’54 Charles W. Hillman ’52 and Anne Mossberg Hillman ’51 Scott L. Hillstrom ’65 and Mary Ann Hillstrom, Friend Dennis P Himan ’66 and Janet Himan, Friend . Hubert T. Hinds ’60 and Ann Harger Hinds ’60 Richard B. Hinely ’59 Faith Ritz Hippensteel ’30 Patricia Slaby Hirby ’64 Robert B. Hirschman ’56 and Janis Hirschman, Friend Elizabeth Surbeck Hitchner ’42 Max W. Hittle, Jr. ’66 and Carol Boardman Hittle ’68 dec Dianna Pohl Hoag ’59 William H. Hoag ’53 and Marie Hoag, Friend Scott T. Hocking ’73 and Barbara Albrecht Hocking ’73 Mildred Greenleaf Hodshire ’50 and John F. Hodshire, Parent dec William B. Hoenig, Jr. ’56 and MaryBelle Ferguson Hoenig ’56 Carol Rummell Hoffman ’61 and Eugene Hoffman, Friend Cynthia Rice Hogan, Jr. ’50 Patricia Hart Hoge ’82 and Richard J. Hoge ’82 Donald F. Holcomb ’49 Marie Freeman Holcomb ’45 John B. Holdeman ’61 and Dian Alfrey Holdeman ’63 James M. Holland ’54 and Jackie Holland, Parent Richard C. Holland ’52 and Barbara Swisher Holland, Friend Judith Bain Hollar ’71 and Douglas Hollar, Friend James Hollensteiner ’53 and Wanda Hollensteiner, Parent Joe Gregory Hollingsworth ’71 and Nancy Bartlett Hollingsworth ’72 William E. Holloway ’65 and Jane Kullberg Holloway ’65 Margaret Adolphsen Holmberg ’68 dec and Steven R. Holmberg, Friend Ronald K. Holmberg ’54 and Cynthia Brooks Holmberg ’56 Marlene Schild Holmes ’60 Barbara Lenfesty Holt ’50 and John M. Holt ’50 dec Jane Hedgcock Holt ’44 Mark B. Holt ’73 Julia Gullett Holth ’46 and Gerald K. Holth, Friend Thomas L. Holthouse ’57 and Joy Uphaus Holthouse ’57 David W. Holty ’61 and Jane Striebeck Holty ’61 Karen Burkhardt Holy ’67 and John Holy, Friend David E. Hood ’55 and Joanne Christensen Hood ’53 Herbert W. Hoover ’51 and Barbara Burton Hoover ’49 R. David Hoover ’67 and Suzanne Anderson Hoover ’67 Marcia Fergus Hopkins ’71 and Donald W. Hopkins, Friend Margaret Horrigan ’71 and Terry N. Foster, Friend Pamela Hathaway Horton ’76 and Dan B. Horton, Friend Sarah Roberts Houghland ’65 and Wright Houghland, Friend Robert E. Houk ’42 and Marion Pfitzner Houk ’42 Jane Broyhill Houser ’68 and Richard Douglas Houser, Friend Carl Howard ’42 and Kathleen Costello Howard, Friend R. Keith Howard ’83 and Karen Carlson Howard ’85 Rebecca Johnston Howard ’61 Pamela S. Howell ’74 Holly Hanscom Hoxie ’66 and Frederick Hoxie, Friend John S. Hubbard ’49 and Josephine McDavid Hubbard, Friend Kathryn Fortune Hubbard ’74 and Allan B. Hubbard, Friend Maxine May Hubbard ’64 and Douglas Hubbard, Friend Leonard W. Huck ’44 and Suzanne L. Huck, Friend Sue Huffman Hudelson ’59 and Robert E. Hudelson, Friend Marillyn Knuepfer Hudson ’48 Joan Bethel Huestis ’49 Linda Link Huff ’60 and Noble F. Huff, Parent Verla Crain Huff ’39 Jean Montgomery Hughes ’42 Mary Coyle Hughes ’66 Peggy Ragan Hughes ’52 Lois Kjellberg Hughet ’44 and Keith R. Hughet, Parent Heidi Schultz Huizenga ’67 and Peter Huizenga, Friend John H. Huneke III ’67 and Ruth Russ Huneke ’68 Mary Jo Steinmetz Hunsberger ’61 James L. Hunt ’64 and Dorothy Shake Hunt ’65 Jane Cockerill Hunt ’63 and Donald S. Hunt, Friend Mary Cromer Hunt ’49 Roger S. Hunt ’65 and Mary Libby Hunt ’63 Thomas W. Hunter ’47 and Barbara Day Hunter ’47 Tim B. Hunter ’65 and Carol K. Hunter, Friend Carol Porter Hupp ’78 John G. Hurley ’60 and Linda Wetzel, Friend Joanne Blake Hurst ’50 and Raymond L. Hurst, Friend Erwin Huston ’47 and Alice M. Huston, Friend Esther Steele Hyde ’46 and David C. Hyde, Parent Douglas S. Hynden ’78 and Melanie Nicklas Hynden ’78 Richard W. Hynson III ’75 Jane Stevens Illich ’42 E. Edward Isaac ’29 and Garnette Davis Isaac, Friend Anthony P Isch ’77 and Anna Isch, Parent . Anna Ashton Iseri ’51 and Oscar A. Iseri, Friend David F. Isler ’74 and Joyce M. Isler, Friend Kristine A. Iverson ’75 Carol Funk Ives ’79 and Robert T. Ives ’79 Joseph T. Ives, Jr. ’53 and Mary Shattuck Ives ’53 Marietta Coble Ivey ’57 and David M. Ivey, Parent Jacob R. Jackson ’81 and Karen Robinson Jackson ’82 Jeanne Lowery Jackson ’67 and Dean C. Jackson, Friend Virginia Moomaw Jackson ’44 and Webster P Jackson, Friend . Harry D. Jacobs, Jr. ’51 dec and Nancy Witte Jacobs, Friend Ray S. Jacobs ’45 and Miriam White Jacobs ’46 Robert W. Jacobs ’66 and Sheryl Lou King Jacobs, Friend Robert J. Jacobson ’58 and Elizabeth Jacobson, Friend Mary E. Jaeger ’75 Robin R. Jaeger ’74 John Jakes ’53 and Rachel Payne Jakes ’51 Thomas A. Jameson ’56 and Sandra B. Jameson, Friend Norman F. Jay ’55 and Judith Harding Jay, Parent Karen Meiks Jeffries ’58 and Neal P Jeffries, Friend . Jean Hixon Jelliffe ’47 Charlotte Biernatzki Jeltsch ’45 and Arnold E. Jeltsch, Friend Patricia Jacobs Jenkins ’50 and John Jenkins, Friend Stuart E. Jenkins ’64 and Patricia Grubb Jenkins ’66 Virginia McCartney Jenkins ’51 John A. Jennings ’54 and Patricia Williams Jennings ’53 William J. Jensen, Friend Wayne G. Jeronimus ’68 and Virginia Jeronimus, Friend Donald E. Jesseman, Jr. ’61 Marvin R. Jewell, Jr. ’54 and Mary Jane Jewell, Parent John R. Jewett ’44 and Marybelle Bramhall Jewett ’45 John R. Jewett, Jr. ’77 and Perry Bockstahler Jewett, Friend Arlyn Theiss Johnson ’46 and Samuel Johnson IV, Friend Carol Nelson Johnson ’52 and Wendell H. Johnson, Friend David C. Johnson ’67 and Mimi Herington, Friend David S. Johnson ’53 and Anne Prindle Johnson ’54 Diane Engel Johnson ’64 and James F. Johnson IV, Friend Edward W. Johnson ’62 and Amy Wu, Friend Ellen Hoisington Johnson ’51 Jeffrey R. Johnson ’75 Joyce Wolma Johnson ’59 and Philip C. Johnson, Friend Margaret I. Johnson ’27 Norman Miller Johnson ’56 and Julie Reeves Johnson, Friend Patricia Dickey Johnson ’57 and Robert Kenneth Johnson, Friend Robert W. Johnson ’63 and Rebecca D. Johnson, Friend Amy Breidenbach Johnston ’79 and Cris Johnston, Friend Phyllis Madden Johnston ’49 and Parke B. Johnston, Friend T. Scott Johnston ’67 Ann Graham Jones ’48 and David Jones, Friend Anne Nelson Jones ’55 Carolyn T. Jones ’58 Donald Jones ’49 and Salena Hotchkiss Jones ’49 Gary E. Jones ’57 and Virginia S. Jones, Parent

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Janet L. Jones ’69 Jean MacRae Jones ’44 Jeffrey D. Jones ’80 and Suzy Jones, Friend John S. Jones ’71 Nicholas L. Jones ’57 and Susan Ann Hart Jones, Friend Patrice Moore Jones ’54 and Clifford Jones, Friend William B. Jones ’36 and Edna Meyer Jones, Friend C. Robert Jordan ’50 and Sandra Brooks Jordan ’51 Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. ’57 Elizabeth Craig Joseph ’58 and Albert L. Joseph, Friend Frances Chambers Joswick ’51 Katherine Koch Joyce ’77 Betty McDonald Judy ’45 and James W. Judy, Friend Shirley Brooks Judy ’52 Cloyd J. Julian ’33 Robert S. Julian ’59 and Marjorie Moore Julian ’60 Clarence R. Jung, Jr. ’47 dec and Barbara Goldberg, Friend Emmett F. Kaelble ’53 and Martha Davidson Kaelble ’55 Ellen Rogers Kahlo ’34 James R. Kanney ’52 George G. Karas ’56 and Shirley Craig Karas ’56 Diane S. Kartalia ’70 and Theodore H. Hoppock, Friend Helen Hall Kasper ’78 James F. Kasper ’72 and Sherryl Davis Kasper ’74 Linda Martin Katula ’62 and Theodore M. Katula, Jr., Parent Sue Buell Kay ’71 James A. Kayler ’63 and Linda Forristall Kayler, Friend Ann Brigham Kazmar ’50 and Kenneth Kazmar, Friend William N. Keadey, Jr. ’68 and Penelope Morse Keadey ’69 Nancy Neal Keating ’57 and Richard C. Keating, Friend Genevieve O’Hair Kee ’37 James R. Keene ’50 and Martha Ingram Keene ’50 Thomas W. Keene ’60 and Deanna L. Porte, Friend Carter O. Keith ’80 Margaret Showalter Keith ’47 Florence Ullrich Kelley ’53 and Lawrence Welsford Kelley, Friend Jean Olson Kelminson ’68 and Leslie L. Kelminson, Friend Margaret Thomson Kelsey ’81 and J. Michael Kelsey, Friend Robert M. Kelsey ’55 and Edna M. Kelsey, Friend Anne Getty Kelvin ’73 and Frederick Kelvin, Friend Linda Stone Kemp ’65 and Robert W. Kemp, Parent John S. Kemper ’59 and Margaret McElwain Kemper ’60 John L. Kendall ’63 and Jayne Long Kendall, Friend Constance Klarer Kenerley ’80 and Charles Miller Kenerley, Friend Betty Sageser Kennedy ’48 Dana Alu Kennedy ’70 and Thomas M. 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Rauch, Friend Gretchen Strasma Rauschenberg ’55 and Roy Rauschenberg, Friend Charles E. Ray ’58 and Frances Bagby Ray ’59 James A. Readey ’67 and Linda Gold Readey, Friend Richard A. Reck ’71 and Susan Marshall Reck ’70 Robert F. Reckman ’44 and Carleen Reckman, Friend Ruth Falk Redel ’58 Charles V. Reed ’51 and Alice T. Reed, Friend Douglas F. Reed ’70 and Deborah Reed, Friend Steven L. Reff ’77 and Patricia Smith Reff ’77 Mary Alice Thompson Regenhardt ’59 Diane Lippincott Reich ’80 and Robert S. Reich, Friend Frederick C. Reigle, Sr. ’54 Stephen M. Reim ’63 Karen West Reiman ’63 and Timothy A. Reiman, Friend Linda Ieler Reinhardt ’56 and Charles F. Reinhardt, Parent Carol Rylander Reitan ’52 and Earl A. Reitan, Friend Richard H. Reitz ’62 and Catharine Pierson Reitz ’63 Robert M. Rennie ’42 Nancy Lyman Repp ’64 and John R. Repp, Friend Shirley Shields Reser ’40 and Edward A. Reser, Friend Frances Beck Reynolds ’45 and Charles C. Reynolds, Friend James G. 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Robertson ’72 and Susan Jennings Robertson, Friend Thomas M. Robertson ’60 and Alice Robertson, Parent Martha Steele Robes ’66 Gloria Kimmel Robinson ’46 James E. Robinson ’70 and Carolyn Russ Robinson ’71 Larry R. Robinson ’57 and Sharon Moore Robinson ’58 Robert P Robinson ’49 and Marjorie Robinson, Friend . Joan L. Rockey ’49 Lovell L. Roe III ’79 and Catherine Vickerstaff Roe ’81 Steven T. Roess ’77 Richard T. Roessler ’66 and Janet Williams Roessler ’66 Alexander L. Rogers ’65 and Sherry D. Rogers, Friend George B. Rogers, Parent Gary N. Roggenkamp ’68 and Agnes Scott, Friend Robert E. Rohm ’52 and Jane Watson Rohm ’53 Ian M. Rolland ’55 and Miriam V. Rolland, Parent Julie Tsaros Rominger ’76 and Michael Rominger, Friend John N. Rooks ’70 and Mary N. Rooks, Parent James N. Ross, Jr. ’62 and Marcia Collins Ross ’62 Patricia Ross-Polito ’69 and Bob Polito, Friend Douglas L. Rossiter ’66 and Rosemary Rossiter, Parent James W. Rowlett ’54 and Barbara J. Rowlett, Friend Barbara Bennett Ruble ’52 and Byron C. Ruble, Friend Carol Wischmeyer Rucker ’55 and Drummond C. Rucker, Jr., Friend Barbara Beaman Rudolph ’59 L. C. Rudolph ’48 and Ellen Todrank Rudolph ’51 dec William H. Rudolph, Jr. ’54 John P Rudy ’51 and Barbara M. Rudy, Parent . Judith Gill Rueckert ’54 Ned P Rule ’61 and Lynn Rezek Rule ’61 . Catherine Walz Rundle ’70 D. James Runyon ’50 and Barbara Sandquist Runyon, Friend Elizabeth Pool Rupert ’61 and William B. Rupert, Jr., Friend Laura Carlstedt Rush ’73 Margaret Kleine Rush ’62 and Dumont Rush, Friend Ruth Ritz Rusie ’40 J. Wayne Russell ’62 John F. Russell ’51 Scott F. Russell ’78 Alexandra Cary Rustan ’72 and Pedro L. Rustan, Friend Sharon Tarplee Rutan ’63 and Robert Rutan, Friend Ann Meeker Ryan ’81 and Steven M. Ryan, Friend Tina L. Rzepnicki ’73 Marguerite Erdman Sailor ’43 Dorothy Cooper Salter ’41 Edwin C. Salter ’47 and Ellen Malone Salter, Friend Dean R. Sampson ’50 and Joan Hoy Sampson ’49 Walter W. Sampson, Jr. ’58 and Ann M. Sampson, Friend Lucinn Thomas Sams ’62 Margaret Gage Sanchez ’48 and Santiago Sanchez, Friend Thomas F. Sandblom ’64 and Sue Sandblom, Friend Joseph L. Sanders ’62 and Mary Sutter Sanders, Friend Margaret Maroney Sanders ’61 and John Sanders, Friend James E. Sanford ’71 Stephen W. Sanger ’68 and Karen Ogren Sanger ’68 Joanne Reiman Santoriello ’72 and Peter A. Santoriello, Friend Barbara Ryrholm Sarason ’51 and Irwin G. Sarason, Friend Thomas A. Sargent ’55 and Frances P Sargent, Friend . David B. Sarver ’61 and Maxine Sarver, Friend Robert W. Sass ’55 E. Stewart Saunders ’58 and Margaret O. Saunders, Friend Martha Sanders Saunders ’52 and Cecil Vann Saunders, Jr., Friend Richard R. Savage ’48 and Patricia Dungan Savage, Friend Jane Rinehart Scanlon ’47 Mary Ellen Pearman Scarbeary ’45 William Curtis Schade ’71 Mildred Trares Schaefer ’53 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Schaefer ’61, Parent Nancy Shelly Schaenen ’51 and Nelson Schaenen, Jr., Friend Sandra Watson Schafer ’56 and Morgan Schafer, Friend Jacquelyn Lapsys Scheibelhut ’51 and Clement H. Scheibelhut, Friend Rosaneil Reynolds Schenk ’41 Daniel L. Schermer ’67 and Beth Ritter Schermer ’67 Donald G. Schilling ’64 Ailcy Bullington Schindler ’42 Jane Turk Schlansker ’63 Gary W. Schlegel ’67 and Elaine Schlegel, Friend Marilyn Miller Schmid ’60 and Walter Schmid, Parent Albert J. Schmidt ’49 and Kathryn Jung Schmidt ’50 Alice Hankins Schmidt ’41 and Robert G. Schmidt, Friend Marilyn Hatch Schmidt ’53 and Edward Matthews Schmidt, Friend Kara Knight Schmitt ’67 and Neal William Schmitt, Friend Burt Schmitz ’49 Frank L. Schneider ’59 and Karen Backlund Schneider, Friend John F. Schneider ’58 and Frances Schneider, Parent Thomas M. Schneider ’82 and Nancy W. Schneider, Friend Michael R. Schramm ’70 and Penny Schramm, Friend Glenn E. Schreiber ’69 Lynn A. Schreiber ’60 Robert W. Schrier ’57 and Barbara Lindley Schrier ’59 John F. Schroll ’49

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Erwin E. Schulze ’47 and Jean Schulze, Friend Edward G. Schussler ’65 and Sharon Gierach Schussler ’65 Ann Walbert Schwandt ’64 and Max Schwandt, Friend Daniel L. Schwarz ’83 and Amy Hight Schwarz, Friend Frank P Scommegna ’83 . G. Walter Scott ’37 and Lorene Scott, Friend Jean Rudolph Scott ’79 and Paul Scott, Friend Larry E. Scott ’74 Timothy L. Scott ’66 and Rosetta V. Scott, Friend Patricia Martin See ’49 Diane Black Seebass ’64 and James S. Seebass, Parent Dawn Swain Segelken ’81 and Edward M. Segelken, Friend Brenda Beck Seger ’80 and Theodore Seger, Friend Jane Crum Seigel ’76 and Christopher Conner Seigel, Parent Antoinette Henricks Selsley ’61 and Michael J. Selsley, Friend William B. Semmer ’75 and Mary H. Semmer, Friend Miriam Campbell Senger ’40 Robert E. Sessions ’44 and Charleen Seibel Sessions ’43 Susan Vogel Sevin ’76 and Philippe Sevin, Friend Bradley L. Sexauer ’73 Scott W. Shafer ’70 and Nancy Brady Shafer ’70 Robert H. Shaffer ’36 and Joye Coy Shaffer, Friend William T. Shaffer, Jr. ’65 and Katherine Herkner Shaffer ’64 Mary Curry Shakespeare ’54 and J. D. Shakespeare, Jr., Friend Brynne Williams Shaner ’83 and William M. Shaner III, Friend Patrick E. Sharp ’58 and Nancy J. Sharp, Friend William H. Sharp ’48 Steven D. Shattuck ’66 and Susan Shattuck, Friend Carole Summers Shaw ’79 and Kevin Trent Shaw, Parent Shirley E. Shazer ’56 Elizabeth Hirsch Shearer ’77 Kendrick Shedd ’53 and Jeanette R. Shedd, Friend Rebecca L. Shedd ’77 and Douglas M. Halliday, Friend Ellen Beebee Shelby ’37 and Wm. Dana Shelby, Friend Lynda Wisehart Sherer ’82 and James T, Sherer, Parent Charles H. Sheridan ’43 and Marjorie Hamblin Sheridan ’44 Alice Stout Sherman ’61 James E. Shields ’56 and Irma Shields, Friend Thomas J. Shively ’50 Marsha Hardesty Shockley ’71 and Johnny R. Shockley, Friend Marianna Stoica Shoemaker ’66 A. Glenn Shoptaugh, Jr. ’50 and Joan Shoptaugh, Friend Eula Enochs Shorey ’36 and Henry A. 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Slater III ’60 and Gracia Walker Slater, Friend John Michael Slocum ’74 and Patricia Hayden Slocum ’73 Audrey Novak Smith ’48 Barbara E. Smith ’62 and William E. Phillips, Friend Betty Macy Smith ’39 Carolyn Hostetter Smith ’59 and Thomas Tomasian, Friend Charlotte Epple Smith ’33 Colleen White Smith ’49 and Robert D. Smith, Friend Donald S. Smith ’78 and Debra Jo Smith, Parent Donna James Smith ’53 Douglas A. Smith ’68 and Phyllis Gilbert Smith ’69 Elaine Showalter Smith ’36 Gregory L. Smith ’52 and Mabel Schloot Smith ’52 Gretel Heinzerling Smith ’54 and Donald E. Smith, Parent Judie Roser Smith ’57 Julia Kelly Smith ’78 and Colin P Smith ’77 . John H. Smith ’48 and Elizabeth Rhodes Smith ’51 Kathleen Keller Smith ’52 and Charles L. Smith, Parent Kerry Tracy Smith ’78 and Russell L. Smith, Friend Marcia Young Smith ’44 Marilyn Shaw Smith ’48 Mary Ann Lacy Smith ’53 Michael L. Smith ’70 and Susan Leet Smith ’71 Muriel Roberts Smith ’44 Ned A. Smith ’52 and Marcia Fobes Smith, Friend Patricia Sommer Smith ’53 Paul Douglas Smith ’68 Raymond G. Smith ’74 and Susan Smith, Friend Ronald D. Smith ’53 and Marilyn H. Smith, Parent Mr. and Mrs. Roy T. Smith ’59, Parent Sara Rife Smith ’55 William G. Smith ’48 Wrede Howard Smith, Jr. ’71 and Melissa Uelk Smith, Parent William W. Smits ’53 Janet E. Snape ’54 Joan Van Dervoort Snider ’50 Jean A. Snow ’54 and Elinor Snow, Friend Leonard E. Snyder ’57 and Linda Lee Snyder, Friend Ginger Knudsen Socolofsky ’69 Jon E. Socolofsky ’68 Sogi Soder ’49 and Alice Soder, Parent John C. Soderstrom ’62 George C. Sonnichsen ’63 Carl S. Sorenson ’51 and Sally Sorenson, Friend Elliott L. Sorge ’51 and Marjorie A. Sorge, Parent Jane Oliver Southard ’68 and Harold O. Southard, Friend Doris Roesener Southerland ’66 and Mark Southerland, Friend Charles H. Southwick ’70 and Nancy Herbert Southwick ’70 Thomas J. Spackman ’59 and Donna Stewart Spackman ’59 Gretchen Erickson Spaulding ’63 and C. Richard Spaulding, Friend Ralph E. Spelbring ’67 Mary Baughman Spilman ’53 and Donn H. Spilman, Parent Judson P Spore, Jr. ’50 . Steven A. Spreen ’64 and Retta Spreen, Friend Gustav E. Staahl, Jr. ’67 and Mary Staahl, Parent Patricia Shissler Stach ’59 Max L. Stackhouse ’57 and Jean Hostetler Stackhouse ’57 Susan Katchka Staelin ’68 and Stephen H. Staelin, Friend Jean Whitten Stafford ’55 and Thomas Janeway Stafford, Friend David E. Stahly ’63 and Karen Good Stahly ’64 Patricia Harmison Stanbery ’60 and C. E. Stanbery, Friend Sarah Englehart Standley ’80 and Gilbert D. Standley ’82 Vicki Vance Stanton ’72 Stanley B. Staples ’50 Carol Hauser Stark ’57 and Fred J. Stark, Jr., Parent Nancy Beard Stauber ’51 and Robert B. Stauber Jr, Friend Robert F. Stayman ’68 Howard E. Steele ’52 and Marilyn Smith Steele ’52 Otto S. Steele, Jr. ’44 and Mildred R. Steele, Friend Ralph S. Steele ’46 and Myrene L. Steele, Friend Norman L. Steffen ’50 and Kathryn Pierce Steffen ’50 Jane Judkins Stegemiller ’79 Marjorie Mogg Steiger ’46 and Phillip C. Steiger, Jr., Friend R. Philip Steinberg ’53 and Doris B. Steinberg, Friend Sue E. Stemen ’80 and Mark J. R. Merkle, Friend Norval B. Stephens, Jr. ’51 and Diane Forst Stephens ’51 Barbara Creel Stephenson ’67 and Steven L. Stephenson, Friend Margaret J. Stepniewski ’80 Ralph F. Stepp, Jr. ’50 and Barbara Ocheltree Stepp ’50 David B. Stevens ’51 and Sally Symon Stevens ’52 John B. Stevens ’48 and Ellen Weathers Stevens ’49 Katherine Conde Stevens ’44 and L. Bruce Stevens, Friend Lucille Smock Stevens ’35 John F. Stevenson ’81 and Sharon Keever, Friend James B. Stewart, Jr. ’73 James G. Stewart ’64 and Andrea Anania Stewart, Friend John E. Stewart ’68 and Debra Fenzau Stewart, Friend William F. Stewart ’36 and Martha Hoagland Stewart, Friend Alice Plasterer Stickler ’48 Thomas L. Stiers ’60 and Brenda Enmeier Stiers ’60 Stephanie Rychlak Stilson ’83 and Todd Carlson Stilson ’83 Lynn Beré Stine ’77 and Robert Stine, Friend Leigh A. Stocking ’51 and Carol Crookshank Stocking, Friend Craig R. Stokely ’67 and Carole Stokely, Friend Randolph H. Stokely ’67 and Lynn Kinsey Stokely ’68 David M. Stone ’57 and Barbara D. Stone, Friend Joan Davidson Stoneking ’65 Edward N. Stoner ’69 and Mari Doren Stoner ’70 Jean T. Stoops ’39 and Margaret Mobberley Stoops ’40 Alice Taylor Storey ’54 Carol L. Stoudt ’56 Mary McDonald Stragand ’41 Mary Cleary Straker ’44 and J. William Straker, Friend Margaret Thomas Strandjord ’51 John D. Strasma ’53 dec and Anne Corry Strasma, Friend Norman E. Strasma ’55 and Janice Strasma, Parent Patricia Roane Straube ’71 and Barry M. Straube, Friend Phyllis Hanson Strick ’42 and Philip C. Strick, Friend C. B. Stringfellow ’58 and Joellen McFarland Stringfellow ’58 Carl A. Strock ’41 and Doris Hodges Nealis, Friend Amanda Mears Stroop ’72 Michael J. Stuart ’79 and Nancy Jo Cosgrove Stuart, Friend George L. Stubbs, Jr. ’62 and Karne Miene Stubbs, Friend Judith Fernald Sturmer ’67 and Warren H. Sturmer, Friend Elizabeth Baxter Sullivan ’42 and Tom Sullivan, Friend Helen Donahoe Sullivan ’51 Betty Ballhorn Sultzer ’49 Suzanne Summers ’40 Sue Farrell Supple ’57 and Robert N. Supple, Parent Steven W. Surbaugh ’71 and Nancy Shoemake Surbaugh, Friend Nancy Stewart Surber ’67 and Donald E. Surber, Parent Martha Taylor Sutton ’62 Robert S. Swaim, Jr. ’53 Clare Johnson Swanson ’62 and Douglas C. Swanson, Parent Donald C. Swanson ’62 Jeannie Mulligan Swanson ’76 and James E. Swanson, Friend Marlys Johnson Swanson ’65 and Robert Swanson, Friend Tracy Dentel Swearingen ’80 and James E. Swearingen ’80 James S. Sweet ’40 dec and Vivian Roe Sweet, Friend Robert E. Swezey ’57 and Susan Lawrence Swezey ’58 Daniel L. Swift ’69 and Susan Christopher Swift ’69 S. Russell Sylvester ’69 and Nancy Landry Sylvester, Friend Judith Huffman Taft ’64 and Timothy Taft, Friend Bradley J. Tandy ’81 and Jennifer Whitehead, Friend Audrey Wagner Taylor ’49 and Harry A. Taylor, Friend James A. Taylor ’49 and Janet Westmen Taylor ’49 James H. Taylor ’56 and Dale Orr Taylor, Friend Elizabeth Rauch Taylor ’52 Elizabeth Smith Taylor ’41 James M. Taylor ’67 and Geraldine Taylor, Friend Judy Hoyt Taylor ’62 and Ronald K. Taylor, Friend Virginia Mays Taylor ’48 and Robert W. Taylor, Friend John H. Tedford ’51 and Joan Lindemeyer Tedford ’51 Thomas R. Teegarden ’67 and Karen J. Teegarden, Friend Phyllis Thornburg Teeple ’50 Richard M. Temple ’57 and Nancy Lindquist Temple ’58 Hannah Hofherr Ten Eyck ’66 Lee E. Tenzer ’64 and Marilyn E. Tenzer, Parent Julia D. Terhune ’81 James B. Terry, Jr. ’66 and Judith Fawks Terry ’65 Richard L. Tewksbury, Jr. ’72 and Lois Eberle Tewksbury ’73 Mary Wylie Thauvette ’65 and William R. Thauvette, Friend Cynthia Carll Thie ’80 Susan Leis Thiele ’79 and Howard N. Thiele, Friend Raymond S. Thiem ’52 and Vanita Thiem, Parent Dean A. Thomas ’40 and Eileen H. Thomas, Friend Deborah Schade Thomas ’67 and Daniel P Thomas, Friend . Lott H. Thomas ’56 and Suann Johnston Thomas, Friend Richard A. Thomas ’59 and Jane C. Thomas, Parent Ann Huesmann Thompson ’51 and Joseph Francis Thompson, Friend James N. Thompson ’66 and Carol Jean Thompson, Friend Maynard D. Thompson ’58 and Judith Bryan Thompson, Friend Peter N. Thompson ’69 and Vicki Zink Thompson ’71 Suzanne Steubs Thompson ’73 and Kenneth C. Thompson, Friend Robert T. Thoms ’66 James G. Thon ’45 Dianne Harrison Thorlton ’61 and J. McRae Thorlton ’61 dec John D. Thornburg ’76 and Elizabeth Gregory Thornburg, Friend Joanne Canary Thornburg ’51 and Myron Thornburg, Friend Richard J. Thrapp ’80 and Linda Walker Thrapp ’84 Jeanne M. Tibbles ’63 Laurence G. Tidrick ’66 and M. A. Tidrick, Friend Robert J. Tilley ’48 and Frances T. Tilley, Friend Anne Harter Tobik ’76 and David Vance Tobik, Friend Cynthia M. Todd ’73 Donald A. Todd ’40

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Eleanor Hokanson Todd ’58 and Graham W. Todd, Friend Kenneth R. Todd ’60 and Jo Ann Eggers Todd ’61 Frank J. Tolford, Jr. ’54 and Virginia Chittick Tolford, Friend H. Edward Tolle ’55 and Jean Basher Tolle, Friend Blake S. Tollefsen ’79 and Joan Tollefsen, Friend George R. Tovey ’50 and Margery Guston Tovey ’51 Jeanne Guild Townsend ’46 and M. B. Townsend, Friend Calliope Cotomata Tracewell ’56 and Theodore Tracewell, Friend M. Jo Tranbarger ’48 John S. Trees ’54 and Dianne Schneider Trees ’56 Russell F. Triebel ’51 and Jeannine Spangler Triebel ’51 J. Scott Troeger ’78 and Holly L. Troeger, Friend Douglas G. Trout ’52 L. Carr Trovillion, Jr. ’77 and Ellen W. Trovillion, Friend Martha Moore Trowbridge ’58 and Allen R. Trowbridge, Parent Myrna Magnuson Trowbridge ’59 Phyllis Manring Truesdell ’67 and Charles C. Truesdell, Friend Steven L. Trulaske ’79 and Michelle K. Trulaske, Friend Gladys Tall Tsaros ’48 dec and C. L. Tsaros, Parent Elizabeth Ayres Tucker ’52 Frederick Tucker III ’69 and Nancy Tucker, Friend Rebecca Morris Tucker ’69 William H. Tucker ’74 and Sandra E. Tucker, Friend Jane Ettinger Turley ’57 and Thomas A. Turley, Friend Arlene Willcutt Turnbull ’48 Jerald B. Turner ’61 and Mary Hardy Turner ’61 Ann Kainz Tvaroha ’68 and Frank W. Tvaroha, Friend Jack B. Tykal ’52 and Helen Gibson Tykal ’52 Steven L. Tyler ’73 Timothy H. Ubben ’58 and Sharon Williams Ubben ’58 Imo Yates Umfleet ’31 Lynn Downing Underwood ’72 and Robert Underwood, Friend Edward L. Unterberg ’58 and Gale Unterberg, Friend M. C. Urban, Jr. ’51 Sally Adams Urban ’61 Jo Misselhorn Usher ’61 Jane Hale Utterback ’50 Eric J. Vale ’81 and Ruth Vale, Friend Mary Kilgore Vallad ’70 and Patrick Vallad, Friend Robert G. Vallee, Jr. ’76 and Kimberly Vallee, Friend William R. Van Bokkelen ’68 and Cheryl S. Van Bokkelen, Friend Mary Lou Van Buren ’51 Roy M. Van Cleave ’69 and Pamela Kelerchian Van Cleave, Friend Patti Parkison van Eys ’83 and J. Peter Van Eys, Friend James C. Van Horne ’57 and Mimi Van Horne, Friend John T. Van Meter ’68 Robert E. Van Metre ’63 and Barbara A. Van Metre, Parent Paul P Van Riper ’38 and Dorothy D. Van Riper, Friend . Johanna Nash Van Valkenburgh ’50 Anne Strehlow Vance ’42 Thomas K. Vandiver ’73 and Carolyn Haimann Vandiver, Friend Gloria Vaughan ’50 Noel Wyandt Vaughn ’59 Charles T. Vear ’50 and Gloria Vear, Friend Marcus R. Veatch ’75 Randall H. Veatch ’78 H. Lincoln Vehmeyer, Jr. ’51 Dorothy Williams Venning ’53 Cynthia L. Vernon ’76 and Monta M. Potter, Friend Mary H. Vogel, Friend Clara Snepp Vogt ’49 and Clifford M. Vogt, Friend Sandra Bekins Von Riesen ’76 Alexander Vraciu ’41 Clark L. Wagner ’54 and Joan Wagner, Friend John W. Wagner ’59 and Bobbie B. Wagner, Friend Dorothy Caldwell Walcher ’41 Bruce Walker ’53 and Mary Frances Walker, Friend C. Richard Walker, Jr. ’68 and Elizabeth Kaiser Walker ’70 Frank D. Walker ’57 and Jane Tatman Walker, Friend June A. Walker ’58 Melissa Watson Walker ’61 and Richard L. Walker, Parent Thomas J. Walker ’60 and Ellyn Vyhnalek Walker ’59 W. McComb Walker ’65 and W Dean Walker, Friend Wm. Bruce Walker ’48 and F. McClelland Walker ’47 Robert E. Wall ’70 and Christine Wall, Friend John H. Wallace ’76 and Sarah Reese Wallace ’76 Thomas W. Walsh ’68 and Judith P Walsh, Friend . Joseph E. Walsmith ’64 and Susan Scully Walsmith ’65 William M. Walton ’47 dec and Jeanne Walton, Friend Gerald L. Ward ’56 and Gail Loomis Ward ’57 Susan Charlesworth Ward ’70 and Stephen Rosborough Ward, Friend David J. Ware ’50 and Mary Spadafora Ware, Friend Elizabeth Parker Ware ’39 and James Richard Ware, Friend Janice Morfee Wark ’74 and Wm. James Wark, Friend Richard A. Warne ’54 and Jane Leahy Warne ’54 Pauline Peterson Warner ’46 Richard H. Warnes ’55 and Nancy Warnes, Friend Carol Frees Watkins ’73 John M. Watkins ’54 and Martha Swintz Watkins ’54 Robert T. Watson ’44 and Jean Mehlig Watson ’45 William H. Watson ’67 and Marianne Watson, Friend William R. Watson, Jr. ’52 Edward Houston Watts, Jr. ’54 Mary Goodrich Watts ’52 Robert A. Watts ’58 and Emily S. Watts, Friend Susan Alvis Weakley ’44 and Paul R. Weakley, Friend Elaine K. Weaver ’71 Jerry F. Weaver ’49 and Ruth Scudder Weaver ’49 Sue A. Webb ’70 Marsha Brown Webster ’81 and Stephen L. Webster, Friend Gary L. Wegenke ’60 and Sandra S. Wegenke, Friend Richard E. Wehnes ’69 George F. Weikert ’51 and Betty Thoma Weikert ’53 Carolyn Smith Weimar ’64 and Ronald K. Weimar, Parent Nancy Myer Weingartner ’45 Ralph M. Weinrichter ’47 and Ann Durham Weinrichter ’44 Jane Wescott Weis ’50 John T. Weise ’54 and Ann O’Connell Weise ’55 Stephan E. Weitzel ’71 and Jeanne Imbs Weitzel, Friend Brian W. Welch ’73 and Susan A. Welch, Friend William F. Welch ’40 and Jean K. Welch, Parent Lawrence E. Welker ’69 and Joyce A. Welker, Parent Kenneth B. Welliver ’51 and Mary Lee Hickman Welliver ’51 Alan K. Wells ’67 and Josephine A. Muzzy, Friend Robert A. Wells ’64 and Binney Kitchel Wells, Friend Robert F. Wells ’66 and Barbara Stoner Wells ’66 Fred N. Wendelboe ’66 and Malinda Williams Wendelboe ’65 James L. Wheeler ’82 and Joan Werleman Werleman, Friend Robert B. Wessling ’59 and Judith Hanson Wessling ’61 Charles A. West ’49 and Carol Venerable West, Friend Richard A. West ’48 and Florence West, Friend Risdon J. Westen ’45 and Lois A. Westen, Friend Robert T. Westmen ’49 Ruth G. Weston ’74 Barbara Collins Whatley ’61 and Edgar James Whatley, Friend Paul J. Wheeler ’75 and Marianne Wheeler, Friend Clarke E. Whitaker ’44 and Bertha K. Whitaker, Friend Caroline A. White ’56 Diane McDonald White ’62 and Loren Clifford White Jr, Friend Mr. and Mrs. Douglas P White ’75, Friend . Glenn A. White ’66 and Frederica Sheridan White ’66 Robert A. White ’69 and Tracy Truchelut, Friend Stanley G. White ’51 and Madalene Bowler White, Friend William L. White ’53 and Ann B. White, Friend Jane Grissom Whitesides ’70 and Lawson E. Whitesides, Jr., Friend Ann Baur Whitlatch ’80 and James L. Whitlatch ’80 Ann Tobin Whitney ’79 and Dickson L. Whitney, Jr. ’79 Nancy L. Wicker ’75 and Matthew L. Murray, Friend James C. Widman ’51 and Ruth Ann Widman, Friend Kenneth A. Wieland ’53 and Janyce Kishman Wieland ’53 Sandra Major Wiese ’60 and Theodore O. Wiese, Jr., Parent John B. Wildman ’80 and Jane Larsen, Friend Stuart H. Wildman ’48 and Ann Bennett Wildman ’48 Jack W. Wiley ’74 Matilda J. Wilhoite ’73 Virginia Olson Wilkinson ’42 and Richard W. Wilkinson, Parent Dianne Senger Williams ’67 and Charles R. Williams, Friend Dorothy Gildemeister Williams ’50 and George Carr Williams, Friend George B. Williams ’59 and Shirley Williams, Friend James H. Williams ’52 and Jo Williams, Friend James R. Williams ’50 and Nancy Williams, Friend Jerry L. Williams ’54 and Jane Jones Williams ’57 John B. Williams ’55 and LouAnn Hart Williams ’57 John D. Williams ’47 and Mary G. Williams, Friend dec Stanley A. Williams ’55 and Sueann Stedman Williams ’56 Thomas G. Williams ’55 Marietta May Willman ’68 and John R. Willman, Parent Don L. Wills ’61 Dawna Sinnet Wilson ’82 Jane Winteringer Wilson ’42 and John E. Wilson, Friend Julia Nisbet Wilson ’63 and David B. Wilson, Friend Mary Glick Wilson ’69 and Harry M. Wilson III, Friend O. Roderick Wilson ’72 and Christine Hosler Wilson ’74 Pamela Parkhill Wilson ’61 and Ken Wilson, Friend R. Lee Wilson ’76 and Deborah Riefe Wilson ’76 Robert H. Winemiller ’56 and Norma Hawkinson Winemiller ’56 Scott F. N. Wing ’71 and Joan K. Wing, Friend James M. Winning ’43 and Mary Baker Winning ’45 Stephen M. Winning ’68 L. Alan Winslow ’62 and Diona J. Blackwell, Friend Sonja Nay Wise ’60 Park A. Wiseman ’40 and Marjorie Nelson Wiseman ’41 Harold A. Wittcoff ’40 and Dorothy Brochin Wittcoff, Friend John J. Wittich ’44 and Leah Elliott Wittich ’44 Lucy Freehafer Wold ’60 and Richard Wold, Friend Marian Gregory Wolf ’48 and Thomas P Wolf, Friend . Marilyn J. Wolfe ’63 Marta Hawthorne Wolfe ’76 and Douglas Walter Wolfe, Friend Phyllis Osborn Wolfe ’61 Helen Wenrich Wood ’45 and Robert L. Wood, Friend James W. Wood ’59 and Sandra McDermond Wood ’61 Jane Ehmann Wood ’53 and James C. Wood, Friend Richard D. Wood ’48 and Billie Lou Wood, Friend William P Wooden ’55 and Susan Scoins Wooden ’54 . Julie Harper Woodrome ’76 and Cy Woodrome, Friend Victoria Stembridge Woodward ’67 and Jim Woodward, Friend Paulette Bridenhager Worcester ’77 and Richard A. Worcester, Friend Peter B. Work ’61 and Elisabeth Work, Friend Annette C. Wortman ’50 Nancy May Woulfe ’54 and Donald P Woulfe, Friend . Marian L. Wright, Friend Marianna Soaper Wright ’75 and Robert B. Wright, Parent Olwen Twyman Wright ’68 Wendell S. Wright ’38 and Helen C. Wright, Friend Christopher J. Wurster ’69 and Lynne A. Tweedie ’71 Lynn Halloran Yaeger ’73 and Douglas H. Yaeger, Friend Julia Trost Yake ’49 Oscar F. Yanson ’49 and Julia Countryman Yanson ’50 Thomas S. Yeo ’70 and Cynthia Van Tassel Yeo ’70 Harriett Knapp Yinger ’37 Cynthia Watson Yingling ’83 and Jeffrey Yingling, Friend J. Michael Yohe ’57 and Nancy Peyton Yohe, Friend Nancy Haupt York ’52 and James L. York, Friend Barbara Brown Young ’79 and Richard William Young, Friend David L. Young ’53 and Susan Guild Young ’55 Jeanette Cochran Young ’75 Kimberlee Tweedy Young ’73 and Richard A. Young, Parent Melissa L. Young ’80 Steven J. Young ’67 and Linda Harris Young ’67 Shirley McCormick Youngblood ’49 Roland S. Yunghans ’50 and Dorothy Cline Yunghans ’49 Marillyn Tufte Zacharis ’59 James D. Zachritz ’55 and Arlene Calkins Zachritz ’60 Nina Streepey Zanes ’51 and Roger H. Zanes, Jr., Friend Marjorie Wilkinson Zaring ’41 Pamela L. Zdunek ’81 and Clifford M. Sladnick, Friend Lawrence J. Zelenz ’78 and Marguerite Carroll Zelenz, Friend Elaine Hebel Zeuthen ’55 Robert C. Zimmer ’50 and Ethel Ford Zimmer, Parent Nancy Lemen Zimmerman ’53 Joelen Cox Zimont ’54 and Charles R. Zimont, Friend Miriam Ely Zukoski ’52 and William A. Zukoski, Parent


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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
1919 1921
GIFTS IN MEMORY OF John P. Kinsey

1933

ANNUAL FUND: $500 DONORS: 7 PARTICIPATION: 16% BUILDERS CIRCLE Bernard R. Brennan Isabelle Haverstick Harger Francis W. Pritchard CONTRIBUTORS Merritt H. Beck Jean Johnston Richardson Charlotte Epple Smith GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Charles E. Kuonen Burt D. Moore

FOUNDERS CIRCLE Arthur W. Burks PATRONS CIRCLE John W. Minton dec Joe H. Petty BUILDERS CIRCLE Llois W. Affolter Mary Martin Affolter Ted C. Fleming V. Eugene Ritz Robert H. Shaffer Eula Enochs Shorey CONTRIBUTORS Emily Baldridge Beer Ruth Chittick Cox Fred Griffis Margaret Strickler Lee Raymond R. Malott R. Earl Morrison Arthur S. Stafford GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Mary Helen North Gildersleeve GIFTS IN HONOR OF Raman W. Stultz OTHER GIFTS Vera May Knauer Farber LEGACY GIFTS Vera May Knauer Farber

GIFTS IN MEMORY OF J. David Hogue Mildred Robison Hogue

1927

“When I came to DePauw, I thought I was going to be a computer programmer. After I heard about DePauw’s education studies program, I knew that’s what I wanted to do. Winning the Robert H. and Vera May Farber Outstanding Senior in Education Award solidified my belief that I can and will make a difference not only in students’ lives but also in the way mathematics is taught at the secondary level.” – Adriana Howlett O’Brien ’06
BUILDERS CIRCLE John M. Buchanan C. Nason Burden Harold K. Downey Forst D. Fuller F. Nichols Hastings Willard C. Lacy John K. Lemry Emily Wolcott Russell John R. Showalter, Jr. Dorothy Ell Strong Alice Edelmaier Taglauer Wendell S. Wright CONTRIBUTORS Chester E. Beaman dec Elizabeth Finch Garver Mary Gibson Gibson Cleo Owens Milteer Ruth McKim Moor GIFTS IN HONOR OF Howard B. Burkett OTHER GIFTS John M. Centa LEGACY GIFTS Elmer Billman Donald A. Todd Edward K. Williams Charles W. Yeo

ANNUAL FUND: $50 DONORS: 1 PARTICIPATION: 8% CONTRIBUTORS Margaret I. Johnson

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1934

GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Paul R. Sweet

ANNUAL FUND: $4,854 DONORS: 7 PARTICIPATION: 16% CHARTER CIRCLE** Ronald W. Gilbert PATRONS CIRCLE Martha Watson Gerber dec Robert W. Newell BUILDERS CIRCLE Mary Barnard Forgie Martin D. Phelan CONTRIBUTORS James F. Grantham Joseph M. Lumpkin

1941

1940

ANNUAL FUND: $21,259 DONORS: 37 PARTICIPATION: 39% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Virginia Burns Boynton William F. Welch CHARTER CIRCLE** Rachel Waltz Heath Victor B. Lawhead FOUNDERS CIRCLE Frances Loomis Bright Norman F. Buck Ruth Ritz Rusie Margaret Mobberley Stoops Park A. Wiseman Harold A. Wittcoff PATRONS CIRCLE John D. Armstrong Thomas E. Burney Betty Davies Cratty C. Bruce Hardy Suzanne Summers BUILDERS CIRCLE Melvyn A. Bayly David L. Buckles Harold J. Cook Morris Jon Morgan Marion McClintic O’Donnell Shirley Shields Reser Dorice Conner Roberts Miriam Campbell Senger William H. Smith James S. Sweet dec CONTRIBUTORS Helen Youngblood Cope Jack B. Cox Edward F. Dirks Mildred Hawkins Graft Ruth Durham Hegreness Paula Eddy Leslie Margery Miller Mills Stewart S. Stevens

ANNUAL FUND: $21,820 DONORS: 42 PARTICIPATION: 35% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Frank H. Roberts CHARTER CIRCLE** Sarah Hogate Bacon Irving M. Heath Bettye Shoop Lott FOUNDERS CIRCLE Helen Marxer Bryant Margie Jolly Dunton George R. Gilkey Marjorie Nelson Wiseman Marjorie Wilkinson Zaring PATRONS CIRCLE Theodora Maytag Blumberg Ford M. Cullis Wayne May BUILDERS CIRCLE F. Evert Bartholomew Lloyd W. Beck Gordon F. Bradburn June Waughop Bryan Edward W. Cleary Annamargaret Chapman Clutter Barbara Brooks Copple Beth Brookley Coulter Jane Chapman Dunkle Eunice Brumm Lanzl Robert E. March Margaret Minich Mettler William H. Pearson Edward E. Richter Alice Hankins Schmidt Louise Roberts Slebos Alexander Vraciu Dorothy Caldwell Walcher CONTRIBUTORS Jane Mohler Carpenter Julia Menninger Gottesman Marguerite Wilks Handel Vera Curtis Harkin Robert E. Hartsock

ANNUAL FUND: $300 DONORS: 3 PARTICIPATION: 10% BUILDERS CIRCLE Wilma Grossman Allen Mary Briggs Blanchard Edward J. Lee GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Claude Husted

1937

1931

ANNUAL FUND: $1,810 DONORS: 5 PARTICIPATION: 16% CHARTER CIRCLE** Isabelle Hadley BonDurant BUILDERS CIRCLE Roland C. Matthies Dorothy Rodgers Short Imo Yates Umfleet CONTRIBUTORS Mararuth Schneiter Mallett

1935

ANNUAL FUND: $1,390 DONORS: 19 PARTICIPATION: 23% PATRONS CIRCLE Wendell K. Simpson BUILDERS CIRCLE Robert W. Fisher Eleanor Hostetter Herr Genevieve O’Hair Kee Margaret Yoder Keys Galen Porter Marjorie Smith Ross dec Ellen Beebee Shelby Marian Albaugh Short James M. Taylor CONTRIBUTORS Katherine Farquhar Ford Margaret Clippinger Gutting Dorothy Brown Morgan Ruthana Osterling Stock Benjamin W. Stokes Lucille Moore Washburn Marjorie Dausses Wichlei Harriett Knapp Yinger

1939

ANNUAL FUND: $1,050 DONORS: 9 PARTICIPATION: 14% PATRONS CIRCLE Clarence W. Powell BUILDERS CIRCLE Vera Anderson Busselle Alice Smith Crisler Thomas N. Ewing, Jr. Nathan M. Foote Parker Pengilly Jean Borchers Pierce CONTRIBUTORS Robert L. Duncan Jeanne Smith Morehouse GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Betty Carleton Katterhenry Muriel Johnson Sasenbery OTHER GIFTS Robert H. Farber LEGACY GIFTS Robert H. Farber

ANNUAL FUND: $5,025 DONORS: 22 PARTICIPATION: 19% CHARTER CIRCLE** Carolyn Elliott McManaman FOUNDERS CIRCLE Elmer Billman Edward A. Dunton dec Jean T. Stoops PATRONS CIRCLE Elbert L. Groves Clare Allison Meier Betty Macy Smith BUILDERS CIRCLE George D. Casgrain Mary Snyder Hornbacker Joseph G. Merrill Ray H. Montgomery Margaret McCall Nichols CONTRIBUTORS Elbert L. Archibald Charles C. Bates Howard R. Bock William J. Fink Verla Crain Huff Irving M. Justman Isabel Jones Kauffman Virginia Porter Palmer Charles E. Van Nada GIFTS IN MEMORY OF William C. Bryant, Jr. Edward A. Dunton

1932

ANNUAL FUND: $450 DONORS: 4 PARTICIPATION: 11% PATRONS CIRCLE Walter K. Kent BUILDERS CIRCLE Edna Hibbard Craig dec CONTRIBUTORS Marjorie Bundy Parks Dorothy Wurst Porter GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Edna Hibbard Craig

1938

ANNUAL FUND: $3,635 DONORS: 20 PARTICIPATION: 23% CHARTER CIRCLE** Howard B. Burkett PATRONS CIRCLE James B. Haman Paul P. Van Riper

1936

ANNUAL FUND: $16,758 DONORS: 17 PARTICIPATION: 27% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Elaine Showalter Smith

DePauw University has made every effort to maintain accuracy in the preparation of the Honor Roll of Donors. Unfortunately, mistakes or omissions can and do occur. If you should find an error in this report, please notify the University so that our records can be corrected. Write: DePauw University, Stewardship Office, Attn: Honor Roll, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037.

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
John L. Ketcham Dorothy Cooper Salter Rosaneil Reynolds Schenk F. R. Schnackenberg Mary McDonald Stragand Elizabeth Smith Taylor Margaret Hardgrove Wilson GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Elizabeth Horine Armstrong E. K. Collison, Jr. SPECIAL GIFTS Sarah Hogate Bacon Margaret Hardgrove Wilson Elizabeth Shierling Grotberg Mary Jones Hanna Richard P. Howell, Jr. Jean Montgomery Hughes Betty Yuncker Lee William H. Lynch John K. McAllister James M. Robinson Robert R. Sanks Ailcy Bullington Schindler Elizabeth Baxter Sullivan Richard J. Wilkinson LEGACY GIFTS Pauline Douglas Betty Lindsey Thompson Ellene Whipple Wilma Rothenburger Winkler Susan Alvis Weakley James W. Weatherholt Marjorie Ford Wells Marjorie Schwybold Wilcox Ralph F. Williams SPECIAL GIFTS M. Lewis Gulick LEGACY GIFTS M. Lewis Gulick

1946

ANNUAL FUND: $13,819 DONORS: 53 PARTICIPATION: 33% CHARTER CIRCLE** Margaret Santner Dye Marjorie Volwiler Grinnell FOUNDERS CIRCLE Harriett Wolter Conner Aura May Durham Jane Hickam Grizzell William A. Nicoll Jeanne Guild Townsend PATRONS CIRCLE Jane Evans Berghoff Carolyn Crandall dec Jean Holmes Pine Elizabeth Smock Wickman BUILDERS CIRCLE Dorothy Gray Beverly Virginia Jones Bright James W. Clark Joan Jones Crossman Nancy Wittgen DeVoe Jack W. Graham Martha Yelton Hanpeter Esther Steele Hyde Miriam White Jacobs Jacqueline Arnold Lang Kathryn Weesner Miller Dorothy Wright Peck Doris Irvine Ritchie Margaret Jeffery Sethness Margaret Foley Showalter Ralph S. Steele Marjorie Mogg Steiger Pauline Peterson Warner Marilyn Richards Watson Marion Palmer Weyrauch CONTRIBUTORS Dorothy Larsen Aldworth Doris Bollinger Armstrong Robert N. Bills Elizabeth Phelps Cole Jane Kimmel Colten Glen F. Crum Lillian Toth Fahey Walter Garner Phyllis Whitcomb Green Jeanne Andersen Heck Julia Gullett Holth B. Bruce Huffman Lucille Koerber Huxhold Jane Krider Klatte James S. Leslie Barbara Furr Moorman Idella Fields Peterson Katherine Wright Pickert Gloria Kimmel Robinson Betty Dressel Schaefer Betty Miller Stoltz OTHER GIFTS Jeanne Guild Townsend

1944

CHARTER CIRCLE** Shirley Gilbert Durham Eileen Sullivan Emison James H. Emison Erwin E. Schulze John D. Williams FOUNDERS CIRCLE Dorothy Jones Agronick M. Loren Bullock Julia Sloan Evans Barbara Mayne Gasser Joel E. Grizzell Erwin Huston Jean Hixon Jelliffe Richard A. Kerr William M. Walton dec John S. Wells, Jr. PATRONS CIRCLE E. Rabb Emison, Jr. Patricia Anton Farris Kenneth J. Lee Marilyn Masters McQuistan Edwin C. Salter BUILDERS CIRCLE Marilyn Younker Anders James J. Baldwin Vivian Hora Bosquit D. Keith Campbell John H. Cox Margaret Ward Daniel Ruth Borgmeier Daugherty Dorothy Giles Dyer Hilliard J. Fjord Phyllis Wefel Fruechtenicht Ruth Bergstrom Grauer William F. Hayes, Sr. Margaret Showalter Keith Edgar A. Meyer Clara Aumann Milligan Mary Carlson Peterson Marian Osborn Porter Leonard M. Saylor Ellyn Weinel Swanson Winona Bortz Vernberg CONTRIBUTORS Shirley Bennett Andrews Lynette Bradley Beall Marjorie Snyder Beckett Dorothy Walsman Burkhart F. Howard Callahan Jean McArthur Coffey Harriett Hesslin Crum Betty Mourning Curl Frances Fiorillo Joan Phillips Harrison Elaine Smith Jacobs David Neustadt John B. Robertson Jane Rinehart Scanlon Helen Gleeton Seifried Mary Murdock Shandy Betty Roedel Soelter Frank Steele Dorothy Ruggles Stevenson Edward M. Stoeckel Dorothy Hammond Taber Loraine McClelland Walker Willis W. Ward Margaret Keach Williamson Margaret Smith Worthley GIFTS IN MEMORY OF William M. Walton

ANNUAL FUND: $28,851 DONORS: 65 PARTICIPATION: 32% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Ann Durham Weinrichter CHARTER CIRCLE** Katharine Draper Haimbaugh John Mirza FOUNDERS CIRCLE Marilynn Parrett Hansen Edward L. Koosed Phyllis Walcott Nichols John J. Wittich Leah Elliott Wittich PATRONS CIRCLE Lawrence S. Dunham Donald R. Fretz Leonard W. Huck John R. Jewett Jean MacRae Jones William H. Poggemeier, Jr. Gloria Rick Price Robert F. Reckman Virginia Spikins Seifert Muriel Roberts Smith BUILDERS CIRCLE Edith Greenleaf Aanderud Alvin H. Barrows Aileen Perkins Bockstahler Carol Mason Bricher Florence Jome Donner M. Lewis Gulick Dorothy Ludington Haines E. Thomas Harnish Robert T. Hatch Lois Kjellberg Hughet Norman J. Knights Martha Clem Million Frances Yamasaki Mori George J. Rahe, Jr. Robert E. Sessions Marjorie Hamblin Sheridan Marcia Young Smith Mary Cleary Straker Margaret Kleinke Walsh Robert T. Watson Mary Vermillion Wolf CONTRIBUTORS Phoebe Yeo Barta H. Myron Braun Helen Rudesill Chroniak Elizabeth Johnson Davidson Nancy Richards Davis Rosemary Gray Dilley Joyce Dunbar Dolan Patricia Federmann Evans Donald L. Galbraith Pauline Grossman Gregory Mary Sears Haake Wayne S. Hieber Richard M. Hochstedler Virginia Moomaw Jackson Ruth Merchant Michaelson Marjorie Inwood Mondecar Mary Graham Osmers Mary Blackford Spitler Otto S. Steele, Jr. Virginia Jacoby Stooker

1945

1942

ANNUAL FUND: $16,284 DONORS: 62 PARTICIPATION: 33% CHARTER CIRCLE** Jane Stevens Illich John O. King, Jr. Robert Webster Lott FOUNDERS CIRCLE Betty Bartuska Adamson James M. Briggs Corlita Reich Cramer Louis R. de Filippis Richard H. Elliott Theodore M. Englehart Laurin L. Henry Carl Howard Elroy F. Langill Duane R. Murphy PATRONS CIRCLE Frank B. Adney, Jr. Mary Claycombe Adney Warren J. Close BUILDERS CIRCLE Lila Seneff Bayly Charles M. Beardsley Marjorie Gahan Beardsley Dick Daugherty Patricia Winning Dodson Anna Margaret Whiting Fields Robert E. Hair Elizabeth Surbeck Hitchner William M. Horne, Jr. Marion Pfitzner Houk Robert E. Houk Elbert W. King William F. Laramore Arthur W. Lavidge William H. Lazear Robert W. Lundin Myron M. Nichols Edward C. Schwartz Dorothy Donlen Shepard Richard S. Shepard Catherine Cox Stobbart Phyllis Hanson Strick Robert R. Thoe Jane Winteringer Wilson CONTRIBUTORS Martha Brooks Allis Ann Kimball Andresen Helen Porter Ayres Jacqueline Schuldes Baatz Max W. Biggs Thomas D. Cook Robert B. Crocker Frances Chase Dirting Theodore A. Groenke

1943

ANNUAL FUND: $8,305 DONORS: 47 PARTICIPATION: 27% CHARTER CIRCLE** Mary Baker Winning FOUNDERS CIRCLE Mary Loop Doughten Charlotte Biernatzki Jeltsch Arthur E. Klauser William C. North Mary Pearman Scarbeary PATRONS CIRCLE John P. Isenbarger Marybelle Bramhall Jewett Eleanor Crosby Leigeber Norma Oburn Roberts dec Risdon J. Westen BUILDERS CIRCLE Paul F. Brown Shirley Lauridsen Daugherty William H. Fletcher Patricia Porterfield Hackett Marie Freeman Holcomb Alice Hobart Horne Ray S. Jacobs Martha Haverstick Kay Margaret Roth Martin Christian M. McClure Francile Caylor McClure Lloyd P. Pullen Frances Beck Reynolds Mary Gardner Schottstaedt Willard C. Shrode Jean Mehlig Watson Helen Wenrich Wood CONTRIBUTORS Luella Boonstra Boaz Charles A. Boswell Lois Bearss Boswell Sheila Tourtelot Burris Elizabeth Cave Elizabeth Santner Crull Howard D. Crull, Jr. Elizabeth Fawcett Farone Gail Brookman Grashorn Gratia Hannan Griffith Ruth Dodge Larson Joanne Baker Miles Dorothy McCullough Morehead Mary Condrey Rambach Lois Allen Scheffers James G. Thon Nancy Myer Weingartner GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Charles P. Erdmann

ANNUAL FUND: $16,846 DONORS: 53 PARTICIPATION: 28% CHARTER CIRCLE** Katheryn Boston Bartlett Barbara Hogate Ferrin William B. Fischer John C. Siegesmund, Jr. James M. Winning FOUNDERS CIRCLE Arthur G. Allard, Jr. Shirley Andrew Allard Betty Thornburg Briggs Donald W. Jones, Sr. Robert J. Lavidge PATRONS CIRCLE William F. Edington George H. Hayes Marion Wrege May dec Marguerite Erdman Sailor BUILDERS CIRCLE Barbara S. Baldwin Elizabeth Fabian Barnes Stella Williams Clapp Rebecca Wray Degitz Donald F. Elliott, Jr. James A. Felts P. Richardson Gale Marguerite Arendt Goss Elizabeth Roberts Greene Don V. Harris, Jr. Helen Jome Houck James M. Houck Constance Ceeley Klarer Harold M. Manifold R. Drew Miller Donald M. Rehm Gene Schobinger, Jr. Charleen Seibel Sessions Charles H. Sheridan Martha Ketcham Stafford Mary Downs Thompson John R. Warner Wanda Stewart Wheeler Elizabeth Hedges Witteveen CONTRIBUTORS Louise McEachron Babbitt Max T. Clifton Suzanne Custer Collins Catherine Peet Cook H. Lambert Filer, Jr. Dorothy Gardner Goodnough Connie MacLean Heiden Alice McGahey Kinne Ruth Wilkinson Pollingue Edwinnia Wood Scott James F. Sears Walton W. Shreeve

1947

ANNUAL FUND: $46,044 DONORS: 69 PARTICIPATION: 27% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Barbara Van Dellen Beré Sue Oettinger Radcliffe Ralph M. Weinrichter

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
1948
ANNUAL FUND: $108,220 DONORS: 104 PARTICIPATION: 30% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Richard D. Wood OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Robert R. Frederick T. Lyle Harlor CHARTER CIRCLE** Frank W. Durham, Jr. M. Jo Tranbarger FOUNDERS CIRCLE Ellen Jacobsen Andrews James E. Brooks Robert C. DeVries Jeanne Smith Gillum Barbara Sward Graves W. J. Lewis, Jr. Robert A. Meredith John H. Smith Robert J. Tilley Richard A. West PATRONS CIRCLE Victor J. Hawthorne Dona Wilson Imler William A. Imler Elizabeth Friend Marsh Peggy Sandy Moore Keith W. Ragan Barbara Ross-Shannon Richard A. Thornburg Gladys Tall Tsaros dec BUILDERS CIRCLE Raymond P. Brown Carolyn Swartzbaugh Chenoweth John R. Claycombe Samuel G. Clifford, Jr. Jane Nicholls Curto Margery Graham Freshley Robert L. Frey Patricia Stutz Goyer Robert S. Goyer Margaret Rowan Grimes Edwin P. Hawes Marillyn Knuepfer Hudson Mary West Huggard Ann Graham Jones Dorcas Owens Kerr Charles M. Knueppel Virginia Auble Knueppel Walter K. Mickelson, Jr. Louise Martin Mohler Serene Panama Onesto Virginia Morberg Peterson Mary Tresch Petitt Marilyn Seabrook Pinaire Edward D. Porter III L. C. Rudolph Richard R. Savage Edith Schmidt Sally Smith Scott William H. Sharp Heath C. Steele dec Bonnie Wallis Tyler Jane Pittman Volz H. Sipes Weed Robert C. Weed James R. Wheeler Elizabeth Bennett Wildman Stuart H. Wildman Robert E. Williams, Jr. Beulah Bull Wilson Marian Gregory Wolf CONTRIBUTORS Elizabeth Brant Barker Jane Briner Beavers Joseph D. Boyd Preston C. Brown Richard E. Coffey Howard W. Eloe Rosemarie Hosbach Faber Jocelyn F. Gabel Jane Stafford Gordon Shirley Hooper Greene Eleanor Mackey Hanson Marybelle Haab Henry Ula Ammerman House Karl W. Hutchison John C. Lewis James T. Little Jess Karges Logsdon Nancy Scism Marble Nina Fay McCunniff Marilyn Husson Mellett Rebecca Longden Oliver Jane O’Bannon Parker Elizabeth Gift Parrish Mary Simmons Pauley Betty Owens Proffitt James W. Proffitt Patricia O’Hair Rugan Margaret Gage Sanchez Harriet Stallman Sirotkin Marilyn Shaw Smith Patricia Clithero Sneed John B. Stevens Alice Plasterer Stickler John D. Tucker Arlene Willcutt Turnbull Beverly Ford Van Buren Wm. Bruce Walker Catharine Manhart Walton Frances Pirkle Welch GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Elizabeth Buckingham Livingston SPECIAL GIFTS Sue Shafer Farmer Robert R. Frederick Marven J. Glen OTHER GIFTS David B. Cox FOUNDERS CIRCLE Sara Lord Bodi Charles W. Boston Dorothy Jacobs Carpenter Rae Rickenbacher Hickman Mary Tobias Higbie Barbara Burton Hoover Robert F. Ogden Nancy Rockhill Smith Betty Ballhorn Sultzer Oscar F. Yanson PATRONS CIRCLE Anne Bayley Bailey Robert M. Baker Tavia Thorwaldson Bodenstedt James P. Fairfield Guy A. Fibbe Helen Picken Grogan Wells B. Grogan A. Theodore Halsted Mary Carson Hensold Donald F. Holcomb Donald Jones Salena Hotchkiss Jones Sogi Soder Charles A. West Julia Trost Yake Dorothy Cline Yunghans BUILDERS CIRCLE Robert E. Allard Maurlea Scannel Babb Enid Meredith Bennett Robert A. Bennett Alice Barger Bower Mary Fisher Bowmar Robert W. Brumitt Robert E. Buis Richard G. Cheney Richard B. Crandall Alfred D. Dixon Sara Calvert Dixon Shirley Garnant Figeas Elizabeth Frisbie Goodlad Herbert E. Grimes Lewis S. Haber Lois Fassnacht Haber Richard E. Hamilton John R. Hook Ann Warner Howard John Howard John S. Hubbard Jacqueline Orr Hutmacher Donald K. Magill Dorothy Lami Magill Eleanor Marshall-White John W. McFarland Nancy Elliott McFarland Shirley Swank Mitchem Cyndalu Stivers Piquette Joan Hoy Sampson Patricia Martin See Richard H. Showalter Mildred Butler Shrontz Colleen White Smith Ann Churchman Stewart Paula Aird Stone James A. Taylor Janet Westmen Taylor Charles R. Templin F. J. Vernberg Robert T. Westmen Barbara Underwood Wright Shirley McCormick Youngblood CONTRIBUTORS Marianna Hahl Beers S. Benjamin Beeson James E. Bethel Priscilla Griswold Bethel Kathryn Butler Branstetter Marilyn Vangsnes Callahan Joseph H. Clark Jacqueline Du Jardin Clemenson Barbara Coons Connelly Robert E. Cox Reta Wallis Cruse Phyllis Chapman Dickson Robert J. Doherty, Sr. Virginia Porter Dolk Sara Custer Downing Ludella Pittman Ebinger Joie Lobnitz Felix Patricia A. Goodwin Judith Jackson Hanson H. Wendell Howard Joan Bethel Huestis Theodore I. Hunsaker Georgia Smith Kalman Edna Walters LaRue Marion Noble Larocco Barbara Daniels Laundergan Margaret Traynor Limuli Anders N. Madsen, Jr. Lorraine Long Madsen Patricia Scudder Merritt Mary Knapp Murch Donall E. Myers Phyllis Pavey Neville Carolyn Feicht Noss John L. Novak Clarabel Grier Noyes Charlene Quinn O’Connor Roger L. Ragan Betty Thralls Randall Jean Ward Rehm Virginia Dodge Robertson Robert P. Robinson Albert J. Schmidt Marjorie Horn Shelly John P. Simon Ellen Weathers Stevens Rose Britt Summers Audrey Wagner Taylor Mary Quiter Truax Carolyn Costin Tucker Clara Snepp Vogt Jeannette Gahan Wenzel Virginia Zwickel Willkie M. Wayne Wolfe Stanley W. Zabka GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Marilyn Smith Overton Gretchen Trees Wells SPECIAL GIFTS Gretchen Scott Anderson Carolyn Smith Frederick Maurice B. Wood Julia Countryman Yanson PATRONS CIRCLE Cynthia Dreher Baker William P. Buckner, Jr. Shirley Beistle Climo G. Richard Danielson Robert K. Gibson Joann Stephens McKay Lane Moore Marian Miner Moore Gordon L. Nelson Robert F. Overmyer Robert D. Smith George R. Tovey Roland S. Yunghans Robert C. Zimmer BUILDERS CIRCLE Barton Anson David L. Baker Virginia Bartlett Baker Daniel M. Bash Nancy Dean Baxter Sarah Clark Breck William C. Caldwell, Jr. Gene Hahn Cheney John D. Colbrunn Carolyn Schwentker Daus Allen W. Dirrim Francis E. Evans Mildred Semelka Evans John D. Fetters Warren A. Goodlad Joann Brown Graham Norman H. Hake Shirley Burdick Hamilton Marion Goldthwaite Harcourt James H. Henderson Albert F. Hill Cynthia Rice Hogan William S. Hollatz Frederick J. Kent Donna Dahlen Kerr Charles E. Kirsch Jane Messing Kleinschmidt Kenneth R. Kleinschmidt Margaret Blackwell Koenig dec Roland E. Koenig Henry Lewis Joan Drompp McAfee Carol Borge McMahon John W. Morris Joan Isenbarger Murray Alfred Piquette Vivian Brubaker Priddy Victor E. Ramsey John W. Rippetoe Gaylord E. Rough dec D. James Runyon Dean R. Sampson George J. Smith Honey Van Dervoort Snider Stanley B. Staples E. L. Stewart, Jr. Jane Hale Utterback Paul E. Wagner Patricia Collier Waters Dorothy Gildemeister Williams King Williams, Jr. Marian Otto Winter CONTRIBUTORS Donald E. Applegate James W. Armstrong James A. Baham A. Kirby Baldwin, Jr. Mary Hester Bayer Lester E. Beesley Nancy Longshore Brest

1950

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Eugene L. Delves Boots Duesing Doris Wells Duesing ANNUAL FUND: $76,675 DONORS: 145 PARTICIPATION: 37% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Louise Woods Crandall James R. Williams OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Dean K. Anderson ◆ Eugene L. Delves Carl H. Goltermann CHARTER CIRCLE** Patricia Ryan Bromer Kathryn Schwarz Colten Dale J. Ducommun C. Robert Jordan James R. Keene Martha Ingram Keene John A. Light III FOUNDERS CIRCLE J. William Asher Lewis J. Bodi Ann Hartenstein Creswell Neal L. Creswell ◆ Boots Duesing ◆ Doris Wells Duesing Diane Severns Farage Russell H. Hart, Jr. Cleveland P. Hickman, Jr. Mildred Greenleaf Hodshire Thomas J. Shively Barbara Ocheltree Stepp Ralph F. Stepp, Jr. Gloria Vaughan

1949

ANNUAL FUND: $89,301 DONORS: 141 PARTICIPATION: 39% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Doris Leirer Kett PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Ralph L. Houser dec OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Gretchen Scott Anderson Carolyn Smith Frederick Paul F. Radcliffe Marcia Finley Smith dec CHARTER CIRCLE** William W. Bromer Arline Kraft Buettin William H. Buettin Mary Sherer Lukens William F. Mohr Jeanne Roberts Novotny dec Jerry F. Weaver Ruth Scudder Weaver

“The Delves Scholarship is helping me to enjoy a full academic and social life at DePauw. In the Honor Scholar program, I am academically challenged with reading- and writing-intensive courses. As a Bonner Scholar, I have been working at a local school helping sixth-grade students with their reading and grammar. Both programs support my goal of a career in community service. I am a member of the Hapkido Club, and I also serve on the Recycling Committee and co-host a radio show on WGRE.” – Lauren A. Wendling ’09

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Dorothy Scott Capp Susan Hoppinger Carson Robert B. Chevalier Charles H. Dale Terry K. Donk Ruth Herold Dumond Joyce Mayer Glenn Lois Nash Harbert Charles H. Heaton Joanne Blake Hurst Patricia Jacobs Jenkins James M. Jordan Harry E. Katzmann Ann Brigham Kazmar June Schoubye Kenney Donald E. Kipley Marion J. Lewis June Lydrickson Long Barbara Jones Lowe Joanne Roberts McClelland Dora Hildebrand Meredith Emily Murray Michael Barbara Barr Newlin Bruce H. Osterhage Donald A. Page Elizabeth Saucerman Paris Carol Nicholson Phillips Suzanne Day Pontius Thomas M. Pontius Val Price, Jr. Joan Lytle Ray Carol Downie Regan James A. Rice Robert J. Ricketts Z. Laury Ring Kathryn Jung Schmidt Elizabeth Horn Schumacher A. Glenn Shoptaugh, Jr. Dorothy Schoneker Skinner James E. Smith, Jr. Judson P. Spore, Jr. Johanna Nash Van Valkenburgh Charles T. Vear David J. Ware Jane Wescott Weis GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Thomas S. Emison John M. Holt Robert Noble Porter SPECIAL GIFTS Dean K. Anderson J. William Asher Claude C. Boles Marilyn Davis Boles Mildred Greenleaf Hodshire OTHER GIFTS David Smith Marion Greenleaf Smith Rachel Payne Jakes ◆ Dean A. Mitchell CHARTER CIRCLE** Robert F. Breese Edward J. Casassa Dale E. Espich Dick Everard ◆ Anne Mossberg Hillman Sandra Brooks Jordan Herbert A. Kern Robert L. Koenig Virginia Condon Neff Maclyn T. Parker Patricia Opie Parker Raymond J. Payne Eleanor Hockey Perris ◆ John P. Rudy Carl S. Sorenson ◆ David B. Stevens Leigh A. Stocking FOUNDERS CIRCLE Dorothy Stout Aldridge Barbara Forsell Barbieri Ralph A. Berg Harry C. Colberg Loren D. Daily Herbert W. Hoover Ninalouise Hart Isaacson Anne Hartshorn Luber Joseph W. Lullo Virginia Kibbler Lullo Verna M. Meyer Carlotta Lance Millholland Marilyn Wiegand Pecsok Elizabeth Rhodes Smith Margaret Thomas Strandjord Joan Lindemeyer Tedford John H. Tedford Jeannine Spangler Triebel Russell F. Triebel Brenton Wadsworth George F. Weikert James C. Widman PATRONS CIRCLE Brevoort Baker II Jo Givens Baker Nancy Bardonner Bossert William D. Bugher C. Thomas Floyd Pauline Rich Krigbaum John H. Mitchell Margery Guston Tovey Margaret Burns Trent H. Lincoln Vehmeyer, Jr. Stanley G. White BUILDERS CIRCLE Ruth Floyd Anson Robert C. Bayer Donna Morris Biddinger Max L. Boyd Elizabeth Veit Boynton William Breck Joseph Butler Patricia Wylie Carr Janice Mullen Cooke Barbara Brasmer Cudmore Martha Nutt Dunn Elsie Manny Eads Charles R. Ellinwood Russell L. Freeland Carolyn Waller Heagey Kathleen Kelsey Humphrey Ellen Hoisington Johnson G. Robert Keesling Shirley Veneman Lanum Florence-Ida McDonald-West Paul R. Miller Jean Wilcox Morris Norman G. Morris Marilyn Stevenson Morrison Patricia Hancock Passer Joyce Adams Patterson Eunice Blanchard Poethig Rex B. Ragan Charles V. Reed Robert F. Richardson Thomas A. Rohm Ellen Todrank Rudolph dec Anne Keeney Ruedig Beverly Baughman Ruser John F. Russell Jacquelyn Lapsys Scheibelhut Jeanne Ashbaugh Schirmer Morgan F. Simmons Johanna Lichvar Sinks Phyllis Luttrell Smith Elliott L. Sorge John R. Stauffer Ann Huesmann Thompson H. Canary Thornburg M. C. Urban, Jr. Mary Lou Van Buren Beverly Pierce Walker John C. Walker Arthur B. Webb Barbara Riggs Wever Nina Streepey Zanes CONTRIBUTORS Karl G. Anderson, Jr. R. Regner Arvidson Carol Sanford Baldwin Mary Taylor Benson Dosia Carlson Martha Soldwedel Claudon Helen Stovall Coulter Anne Harvey Dabbs J. William Doolittle Glen O. Eckelman Barbara Button Everhard Donna Crisler Forbes Joan Holmes Frazier Frances Gilpin Gumpper Barbara Banks Gurney John P. Habenicht Lenora Larsen Habenicht Wanda Beebe Hamilton Nancy Cessna Hawthorne Evelyn Hartford Horton Anna Ashton Iseri Beverly McNamara Jackson Virginia McCartney Jenkins Frances Chambers Joswick Raymond P. Lewis, Jr. James E. Liebig Helen Freund Linville Donald P. Maxwell Aubert L. Meredith, Jr. Eleanor Anderson Moore Betty Scarborough Munnings Marian Merchant New Janet Stevens Papworth Barbara Armitage Porter Barbara Britt Przetak Shirley Morris Ramsey Sally Lehman Reynolds Cynthia Allen Ricketts Margaret Cook Riegert Barbara Ryrholm Sarason John W. Schlotz Nancy Beard Stauber George F. Stewart Beverly Saltz Trochuck Kenneth B. Welliver Mary Hickman Welliver Charles A. Whitcomb Clara Clifford Wilson George Zabka GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Harry D. Jacobs, Jr. SPECIAL GIFTS C. Salen Herke Harry D. Jacobs, Jr. dec Dean A. Mitchell Nancy Shelly Schaenen OTHER GIFTS William D. Bugher Arthur B. Webb LEGACY GIFTS John P. Rudy Kathleen Keller Smith ◆ Sally Symon Stevens ◆ Joann Wine White FOUNDERS CIRCLE ◆ John T. Anderson Nancy Filkey Anderson Gloria Lindquist Daily ◆ Fran Tuttle Drew ◆ Richard W. Fulmer Paul O. Germann, Jr. Mary Whitmore Hague ◆ Richard C. Holland Grant C. Light Anabel Russell Mason James H. Mason John C. Melangton Herbert A. Miller, Jr. David Moessinger Jack C. Moll ◆ Robert L. Queller Carol Rylander Reitan Howard E. Steele Marilyn Smith Steele ◆ Irene Cattran Stephens John A. Thoms Helen Gibson Tykal Jack B. Tykal Ronald F. Van Vactor Janet Lewis Williams PATRONS CIRCLE John E. Beesley Susan Moffett Blake James L. Bogue Beverly Baird Bugher ◆ Charlotte Taylor Cooney Phyllis Nelson Danielson Herbert J. Grubb Richard A. Haller, Sr. John W. Kinsey Leland A. Lahr Nancy MacLennan Lavin Paul H. Lee, Jr. Suzanne Sturges Lee John I. Lundmark Joseph H. Manhart Norman K. Martin Dorena Van Voorhies Mitchell Martha Curry Morey Dorothy Neice Nelson Thomas E. Parfitt Robert M. Radle, Jr. Cynthia Cline Roberts ◆ Martha Sanders Saunders Gregory L. Smith Mabel Schloot Smith ◆ James H. Williams Marilyn Koontz Zartman ◆ Miriam Ely Zukoski BUILDERS CIRCLE William C. Ashman Lynn Tozer Bowles David W. Britton, Jr. Harry W. Burdick James K. Chamness John H. Coats Bette Doolittle Culver John P. Culver, Jr. Julia Foreman Cunningham Patricia Crays Dixon Virginia Downs Susanna Bowers Ellinwood Marilyn Heaton Fackler Russell Jackson Fry Mary Jane Garber Nancy Driscol Gardner ◆ Thomas H. Gardner Lois McQueen Gartner Joan Armbrust Hamar L. Charles Hebel, Jr. Gwen Kirk Lewis L. Kirk, Jr. Suzanne Franzen Kraft Marjorie Needham Latzko Janet Teetor Loring Richard W. Loring Lillian F. Lynch Mary Swain Martin James H. McCrory Barbara Miller Meeker ◆ Jay A. Morris Susan Sawens Nelson Nancy Hartz Nesbit William R. Nesbit Sheila Griffith Nolin Fran Laury Osborne Jean Hartsock Peters Martha Clark Rice ◆ Robert E. Rohm Barbara Bennett Ruble Joanne Arvidson Sheperd G. Brock Stewart Elizabeth Rauch Taylor Anne Cosler Trovinger Mary Goodrich Watts Nancy Haupt York CONTRIBUTORS Marjorie Vaughan Barondes Muriel Nelson Berger Nancy Urschel Bickel Helen Spielhaupter Black Dorothy Speed Blanton Janet Marshall Boeh Martha Ruddick Boswell Joan Schafer Carrodus Paula Stenger Cassiday Mary J. Chesterson Barbara Brewer Clark Mary Renkenberger Closz William H. Closz Allan T. Coulter Diana Root Dean Margaretta Ryder Denham Isabel Taylor Dewey Charlotte Jones Dietterich Nancy Cox Fontaine Marilyn Payne Freeouf Norma Brownell Fuller Edward O. Gammel Patricia M. Gordon Margaret Haun Groetsch James R. Hardman Peggy Ragan Hughes Chauncey L. Isenhour Marilyn Morr Isenhour Margaret Tennant Jones Mary Johnson Jordan Shirley Brooks Judy James R. Kanney Nancy Leggitt Katzmann Joanne Leaton Keller Mary Lesperance Kimble Alex J. Kondonassis Charles S. Levings III Carol Loew-Kalbas Margaret Bennett Martin Robert W. McClain Joan Mathes McGovern JoAnn Baker Mets Jefferson E. Morris Alice Fairbank Mulligan Harold R. Muncie Stephen J. Nagy Harmon O. Pritchard, Jr. Geraldine Aker Pritchett Janet Sollitt Scholtes Marion Bauman Sego Kenneth R. Simmons

1952

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Carleton E. Dangremond, Jr. Carol Nelson Johnson Irene Cattran Stephens REUNION COMMITTEE: John T. Anderson Don B. Ansel Stanley E. Collins Charlotte Taylor Cooney Fran Tuttle Drew Anna Cain Ducommun Richard W. Fulmer Thomas H. Gardner Bert Handwork Glenn C. Hannah Richard C. Holland Charles A. Leis Marilyn Newpart Leis Martha Dunlavy Mitchell Jay A. Morris Robert L. Queller Robert E. Rohm Martha Sanders Saunders Ned A. Smith Sally Symon Stevens Joann Wine White James H. Williams Miriam Ely Zukoski ANNUAL FUND: $106,073 DONORS: 194 PARTICIPATION: 52% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** ◆ Carol Nelson Johnson ◆ Charles A. Leis ◆ Marilyn Newpart Leis OLD GOLD CIRCLE** L. Penfield Faber Henry A. Leander Louise Ford Leander ◆ Martha Dunlavy Mitchell ◆ Ned A. Smith CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Don B. Ansel Irene Koebke Ansel ◆ Carleton E. Dangremond, Jr. ◆ Anna Cain Ducommun Susan Metcalfe Elzemeyer Allen D. Fleener Beverly Grant Frier Lee H. Hamilton Nancy Nelson Hamilton ◆ Glenn C. Hannah ◆ Charles W. Hillman Paul E. Lancaster Jane Greer Lauritzen Nancy Sjostrom Miller Joan Kaniewski Mull John C. Mull

1951

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: John P. Rudy David B. Stevens ANNUAL FUND: $120,684 DONORS: 156 PARTICIPATION: 46% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Diane Forst Stephens Norval B. Stephens, Jr. PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Nancy Shelly Schaenen OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Sue Howard Delves

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Betty Hanlin Smith Suzanne Clemons Smith Fauneil Brattain Stewart Max F. Taylor Raymond S. Thiem Paul C. Thrasher, Jr. William H. Timm Marilyn Floridis Tolnitch Elizabeth Ayres Tucker Jacqueline Owens Van Wagner Jean Graves Walker Elizabeth Browning Witchey George O. Witwer Richard W. Wolk Mary Brendlinger Woodland Shirley Newcomer Young GIFTS IN MEMORY OF James W. Emison GIFTS IN HONOR OF Charles A. Leis Marilyn Newpart Leis SPECIAL GIFTS L. Penfield Faber Charles A. Leis Marilyn Newpart Leis Martha Dunlavy Mitchell Joann Wine White OTHER GIFTS James L. Bogue Beverly Baird Bugher Herbert J. Grubb Paul H. Lee, Jr. Suzanne Sturges Lee Jeanne Thompson Deichmiller Barbara Miller Fisher William H. Hoag Victor Jackson Emmett F. Kaelble Vern T. Kraushaar Mary Ehrlich Lundmark James B. McClenahan Joan Hockersmith Piercefield J. Ward Shawver Sue Saunders Shawver Kay Leonard Stephens Dorothy Williams Venning F. Michael Wahl Bruce Walker BUILDERS CIRCLE Joyce Vietzke Allen Melvin L. Allen Donald E. Archer Janet Carlisle Archer Peggy Carey Beman Karin Hennings Bennington Betty Soukup Boyd Jean Alsworth Breheny Jennette Thompson Brower Walter W. Chaffee Dorothy Frey Chamness Carolyn Compton Cook Mary Emison Davis Phillip C. Davis Clyde H. Dornbusch Donna Cook Dreyer Donna Lee Edwards Steven H. Feagler Susan Wittgen Fox Alice Rogers Freeman Jerry A. Freeman John C. Golba Billie Adelhelm Harper Jane Heaton James Hollensteiner Joanne Christensen Hood Florence Ullrich Kelley Wallace E. King James A. Koch Barbara Cash LaVelle John C. Lowe Kay Kennedy Manifold Merle H. Miller, Jr. George A. Nauman Duane A. Patterson Marcia Edwards Peterson Nancy C. Ralston Donald R. Roberts Jane Watson Rohm Virginia Kraft Scatterday Marilyn Hatch Schmidt Kendrick Shedd Mary Lacy Smith Patricia Sommer Smith Ronald D. Smith Mary Baughman Spilman R. Philip Steinberg John D. Strasma dec Sarah Wynne Tolbert Robert P. Trautman David L. Young Nancy Lemen Zimmerman CONTRIBUTORS Lois Andersen Bell Sarah Vanwye Brumfield Mary Daggett Carlton Dorothy Davis Collins Jane May Comiskey Elizabeth Davis Dean Diane Mound Doner John N. Elliott Joyce Whitehead Elliott Joan Steward Erb Clarise Smet Fischer Truman D. Fox Devon W. Frash, Jr. Sarah Howell Galliger Barbara Stahoviak Gates Perry C. Grier Susan Stoll Herin Esther Julian Jones Robert C. Jones Ronald F. Kolb Laverne J. Lani Caroljane Clift Lux Carolyn Burckhalter McGahey Margaret Haefner Palo Dolores Baldridge Ray Patricia Ann Reed Joan Zacharias Scheel Robert A. Schilling Barbara L. Sennett Donna James Smith Betty Murray Spehar Robert S. Swaim, Jr. Ernest M. Thayer Joyce Roberts Ward Julia Vinyard Weathers Janyce Kishman Wieland Kenneth A. Wieland Thomas A. Wright GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Theodore L. Bierman J. Kent Guild David L. Vear GIFTS IN HONOR OF David J. Morehead SPECIAL GIFTS James Hollensteiner Vern T. Kraushaar David L. Vear dec F. Michael Wahl OTHER GIFTS Madelyn Hatch Bogue William M. Clark Robert A. Schilling Jane Ehmann Wood LEGACY GIFTS David J. Morehead TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Ronald K. Holmberg PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Jane Leahy Warne Richard A. Warne OLD GOLD CIRCLE** William D. George, Jr. Betty Davis Givens Marjorie Davis Morehead Jerry L. Williams CHARTER CIRCLE** George H. Aldrich Roberta Farrow Baldwin Richard E. Deer ◆ Jane Rowles Dickson Robert E. Ferguson Sally Sohngen Henderson Robert F. Henry, Jr. Kareen Morris Jacobs Anne Prindle Johnson Michael D. MacGregor John S. Trees ◆ Ellen Little Vanden Brink FOUNDERS CIRCLE Peggy Cooper Babcock Alfred D. Biggs, Jr. Ruth Hawkins Biggs Edward W. Cassidy Donna Payne Hoenes Henry J. Hoenes, Jr. James M. Holland John A. Jennings Marilyn Shanks Klingaman R. Edward McGreevy, Jr. Jane Schwalm Miller Dorothy Nelson Moll Janice Wolle Nielsen Frank J. Tolford, Jr. PATRONS CIRCLE E. William Bergfeld, Jr. Loraine Loomis Cox Edward G. Daniels Robert L. Fuson Anne Emison Harmon Kenneth H. Haynie William Brian Hill Joan McCormick Mahoney Kenrad E. Nelson John W. Plum Patricia Cullen Ratcliff Erick R. Ratzer Jeanne Mason Ratzer Richard L. Turmail Clark L. Wagner Nancy May Woulfe BUILDERS CIRCLE Joan Westmen Battey Allen K. Billingsley Marilyn Lichvar Branco Warren F. Brecht Mary Winkler Brennan John E. Brown Thomas Christy, Jr. Marjorie Latimer Dailey Waneta Maxwell Dailey Howard E. Denbo Barbara Buntain Donley Joan Falquet Dornbusch Betty Ross Drake James E. Dudley Marilyn Wray Feagler Marilyn Holtman Fetters Timothy P. Garrigus William P. Giddings Norman J. Hudak Robert L. Huffman Marvin R. Jewell, Jr. Charles I. Johnson Patrice Moore Jones Annichen Bohn Kassel Victor A. Kassel Gene C. Laker Constance Hubbard Lakomski John W. Lauter Frances Swanstrom MacCollum Beverly Stern McCleve Barbara Ganster McCrory John J. McRitchie Elaine Demos Miliotes Marilyn Miller Morris William A. Pendl John T. Peters Barbara Cheney Prellberg Frederick C. Reigle, Sr. Patricia Van Riper Rice Ralph W. Riecker, Jr. James W. Rowlett Mary Curry Shakespeare Bernard F. Slanec Gretel Heinzerling Smith Edward L. Stahley Alice Taylor Storey Gerald R. Vare George A. Wagle John M. Watkins Martha Swintz Watkins Susan Scoins Wooden Joelen Cox Zimont CONTRIBUTORS Corliss D. Anderson, Jr. Jane Fredericks Buchanan Margaret Stigler Cauldwell Diana Duckett Clark Eleanor Priebe Cramer Ann Brant Dunnichay Sue Barthelmeh Eckstein Lou Lupton Engdahl Marilyn Carlson Filemyr Donna Diddie Fischbeck Edward L. Fritz Olivia Greco Gow Samuel W. Hart Beverly Hanger Heitzenrater Marjorie Davis Johnson Robert G. Johnson C. Travis Kendall Judith Dutchess Kepner Gertrude Macomber Kivett Everett L. Laury Janet Miller Lewis Anne Kingma Myers Mary Schwartz Oakley L. Wilcox Oliver Mary Erwin Pitcher Barbara Derrick Puterbaugh Alfred M. Scheel, Jr. Janet E. Snape Jean A. Snow Carolyn Gipe Stauffer David C. Stockwell John T. Weise Janice Myers Weller Susan Ewert Wright GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Betty Biddle Bierman GIFTS IN HONOR OF Betty Davis Givens Marjorie Davis Morehead SPECIAL GIFTS Joan Westmen Battey Edward W. Cassidy Ronald K. Holmberg Anne Prindle Johnson Jane Leahy Warne Richard A. Warne OTHER GIFTS Betty Davis Givens Lewis E. Peters LEGACY GIFTS Marjorie Davis Morehead Jerry L. Williams

1955

ANNUAL FUND: $95,308 DONORS: 121 PARTICIPATION: 42% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Ian M. Rolland PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Robert L. Muller Phyllis Walker Nicholas OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Robert H. Giles Harold A. Petersen CHARTER CIRCLE** Benjamin G. Cochran Jack H. McNairy Mary Condon McNairy H. Richard Morgenstern Thomas A. Sargent Robert W. Sass Charles D. Stocking Nancy Curtis Stocking Norman E. Strasma FOUNDERS CIRCLE James E. Brumbaugh Marilou Morrell Kelly James A. Layton Richard H. Warnes Stanley A. Williams Elaine Hebel Zeuthen PATRONS CIRCLE Marjorie Stutz Carr H. Keith Cox Martha Davidson Kaelble Robert M. Kelsey Jane Clements King Marni Atkins Powell Jose S. Ribares Howard M. Skoien Sandra Garrett Ullman

1953

ANNUAL FUND: $65,402 DONORS: 135 PARTICIPATION: 40% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** John Jakes David J. Morehead Alvin I. Singer CHARTER CIRCLE** Robert R. Branson J. Kent Guild dec Judith Drompp Guild Richard A. Hansen David S. Johnson Verne F. Knickerbocker Joyce Foster Larson Elizabeth Class Payne Joan Lubman Strawn Jane Ehmann Wood FOUNDERS CIRCLE Thomas F. Amann Beverly Byram Anderson Joseph T. Ives, Jr. Mary Shattuck Ives Patricia Williams Jennings Rosalie Amory Miller Arthur M. Millholland Betty Corder Outerbridge Mildred Trares Schaefer Betty Thoma Weikert William L. White PATRONS CIRCLE Charles C. Adams Marcia Terwilliger Adams Joan Love Allemand Madelyn Hatch Bogue Louis O. Carr

1954

ANNUAL FUND: $153,978 DONORS: 136 PARTICIPATION: 37%

“It has given my husband, Chuck, and me great pleasure to give to DePauw through our scholarship and faculty fellowship funds. Doing so reminds me not only of the valuable liberal arts education I received but also of the friendships forged which have lasted more than 50 years!” – Joan Westmen Battey ’54

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
BUILDERS CIRCLE Gene L. Addison Gilbert H. Bierman Donald E. Blatchley Philip F. Bradford Sharon Smith Britton Jerry M. Burand Joann Decker Burand Patricia Orr Burnham Peter M. Dawson Carol Shanklin Durham Eugene T. Ecker Donna Buchanan Edgar Sanford Elson Elton Ruth Doyle Gallop Sarah Organ Geitz David Gelsanliter Jean Aubrey Gillooly F. Wendell Gooch Jerry L. Helvey Elizabeth Hardy Holland David E. Hood Donald A. Johnson Anne Nelson Jones Nicholas H. Kalvin Robert R. Kimbell, Jr. Richard G. Krueger Ronald W. Liechty Barbara Deitsch Loemker Richard R. McCracken Dorothy Johnson McWhirter Frank A. Morrow, Jr. Beverly Lewis Nicholson Richard P. Nicholson Berry Conway Passano Sabra Hansen Qua Gretchen Strasma Rauschenberg Mary Simmons Reece Lona Beck Robertson Constance Whitney Rowles Carol Wischmeyer Rucker Gail Rittersporn Schaaf Carol Hershberger Showers Sara Rife Smith Jean Whitten Stafford John C. Stark H. Edward Tolle James M. Totman Janis Campbell Totman dec Charles A. Vickers Martha Johnson Vickers Raymond E. Wachter, Jr. John B. Williams Thomas G. Williams William P. Wooden Sally Nelson Wright Dean R. Yarian Susan Guild Young James D. Zachritz CONTRIBUTORS Anne Cockfield Alschuler Lester S. Barritt Warren E. Beebe Carol Warren Carr James G. Carr Margaret S. Case Marjorie C. Crichton Dolly Weaver Deary David W. Dellinger Mary Pieters Desmond Paul B. DuMontelle Ann Wesner Evans Barbara Ault Homme Ronald C. Horndorf John Hufferd Norman F. Jay Meredith Miller Kling Caroline Jones Lang Carole Neusbaum Levick Sally Hendricks McDade Charles F. Meyer John H. Munson Kay Mussetter Noyes Sara Seger Parente Lucy Elkinton Rinker Elizabeth Clunk Shelt Douglas A. Smalheer Robert G. Soper Donald M. Thomas Carolyn Dessauer Warweg Ann O’Connell Weise Grace Hanson Wilson Eleanor Jenkins Wright Joan Davidson Young SPECIAL GIFTS Phyllis Walker Nicholas Ian M. Rolland Norman E. Strasma OTHER GIFTS John N. Chapin, Jr. LEGACY GIFTS Robert L. Muller Phyllis Walker Nicholas Robert H. Winemiller PATRONS CIRCLE Sarah Green Abel Arthur J. Beer, Jr. John C. Carlson Jacqueline Drummer Didier MaryBelle Ferguson Hoenig William B. Hoenig, Jr. Thomas A. Jameson Robert E. Kersey Lila Hanna Manhart Lynn Cooley McMillion Diana Evans Parfitt J. Bergen Parkhill Marilyn Basinger Parkhill Linda Ieler Reinhardt Peter B. Reuling Carol L. Stoudt Caroline A. White BUILDERS CIRCLE Jane Carpenter Andersen Susan Christensen Beatty Kay Clough Burrill Claire Neill Campbell Shirley Dungan Cline Bruce R. Danner R. Victor Dix Carol Gray Dixon J. Richard Emens Joanne Jones Garrigus John W. Hake Robert B. Hirschman Richard E. Knapp Phyllis Hahn Lauter William F. Lawrence Carol Ackerson Malmgren William T. McMurry Clayton Z. Miller Mary Berger Moriarty Max R. Murphy Bruce M. Nixon Jack D. Noyes Shirley Champion Nusbaum Don M. Owen Lois Smisek Owen Bruce W. Parker Janet Allen Parker Roberta Schroeder Parrott Mary Woodford Pavlikowski Nancy Hieronymus Pearson Donald G. Reiff John L. Rikhoff Karen Knutson Rikhoff Elaine Brannen Ross Sandra Watson Schafer Nancy Fenwick Schuler James C. Seyfarth Nancy Sweeney Seyfarth Betty Wollenberg Short William H. Taylor, Jr. Calliope Cotomata Tracewell Phillip A. Trissel Jeanne Rappel Wagle Gerald L. Ward David E. Winton Nancy Harrison Winton Noble H. Yoshida CONTRIBUTORS Jinsie Scott Bingham Sandra Millikin Blackert Frederick F. Boling Mary Born Bracken Virginia Jordan Burchard Carolyn Grall Carpenter Sue Bartlett Davie Nancy Mathieu Davis Mary Anderson Droppers Dollie Bridgewater DuMontelle

“Accepting an academic Rector Scholarship at DePauw instead of an athletic scholarship at a Big Ten school was one of the most important decisions of my life. As a DePauw freshman, I was taking pre-med courses, waiting tables, pledging Sigma Nu, playing varsity baseball and basketball, and teaching Sunday school. These experiences continued throughout my four years at DePauw and prepared me for multi-tasking later in life as a husband, father, grandfather and physician-educator-scientist.” – Robert W. Schrier ’57

1956

ANNUAL FUND: $202,016 DONORS: 146 PARTICIPATION: 40% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Cynthia Brooks Holmberg EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Elizabeth Pfeffer Allen PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Albert E. Crandall OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Arthur L. Bryant Lee E. Dirks Donald C. Findlay II Barbara Dixon Harrison Jerry D. Pontius Edward M. Roob James E. Shields CHARTER CIRCLE** George G. Karas Shirley Craig Karas ◆ E. Henry Lamkin, Jr. J. Kurt Mahrdt, Jr. Norval Duane Reece Robert F. Smith Dianne Schneider Trees FOUNDERS CIRCLE Myrna Mansfield Allshouse Mary Larsen Austin Adrianne Nail Coats Sidney O. Coats Barbara Thompson Garlinger Donald W. Garlinger Charles A. Gilbert Thomas J. Grant Terry E. Harris Samuel R. Henderson Carol McWard Layton Richard W. Moll Norman L. Morford William H. Osha Donna Wright Plock Lott H. Thomas Larry N. Tibbetts Frederick R. Williams Sueann Stedman Williams Norma Hawkinson Winemiller

C. John Dukro Sylvia Yott Gavit Dorothy Dale Gough Lloyd A. Heldt Peter R. Hensley Gretchen Fuller Huff Mary White Jones Jane Nelson Lashley William B. Leist Joan Trader Long Jack W. Lyle Thomas D. McCreery Betty Drake McGowan Emily Kremp Meador Arne J. Moestue Eleanor Thomas Nash Robert F. Nichol J. Raymond North, Jr. Martha Sappenfield North Milton E. Pharr Clayton P. Reed Nancy Lingle Samson Robert J. Sell Shirley E. Shazer Virginia Mezey Sorley Robert M. Stair James H. Taylor Helen Kupke Teach Diane MacCoy Van Der Meid Susan Morrison Wanberg Virginia Wieland-Mast John F. Woodward Nancy Brown Woodward GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Margaret Hogue Corneilsen GIFTS IN HONOR OF Larry N. Tibbetts SPECIAL GIFTS Margaret Hogue Corneilsen dec Cynthia Brooks Holmberg Norman Miller Johnson OTHER GIFTS Myrna Mansfield Allshouse Donald C. Findlay II LEGACY GIFTS Thomas J. Grant

1957

CLASS CHAIR: Lou Ubben Walton CLASS CO-CHAIRS: J. Patrick Aikman John E. Morrill Larry R. Robinson Robert C. Sammons Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio Frank D. Walker REUNION COMMITTEE: J. Patrick Aikman Judith Folk Aikman Walter M. Bagot Suzanne DeCosted Breckenridge H. E. Barney Burroughs Sandra Louy Burroughs Barbara Zerell Edwards Nancy Hunger Galliher Martha Faitz Gamble Ann Luttrell Grant Donald L. Hamilton Josephine Petry Hershberger Rosanne Miller Jacks Gary E. Jones Frank D. Kaiser Charles B. Kirkdoffer Margaret Dailey Kuehrmann Janice Roberts Mair Charles Nicholas Mohar John E. Morrill Jane Umbreit Nestory Maynard D. Poland Mary Goff Pontius Robert H. Puckett Larry R. Robinson Salli Stoodt Rohm Roger J. Rowen Robert C. Sammons Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio Paula Sedgwick Scism Sharon Noll Smith Ralph E. Snelson Max L. Stackhouse Sue Farrell Supple Frank D. Walker Dwight F. Walton Lou Hart Williams Ann Bowen Yonan Duane R. Yonan

ANNUAL FUND: $385,096 DONORS: 280 PARTICIPATION: 81% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** ◆ Hirotsugu (Chuck) Iikubo Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. David M. Stone EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Patricia Harms Canfield PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Shirley Fouch Muller ◆ Frank D. Walker OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Suzanne DeCosted Breckenridge Judith Shafer Davidson Cary Kay Fellman Judith Lilly Findlay Roger W. Findley ◆ Donald L. Hamilton Doris Smith Miguelez Joan Rideout Phillips ◆ Mary Goff Pontius ◆ Larry R. Robinson Barbara Leske Roob Robert W. Schrier ◆ Sue Farrell Supple Jane Jones Williams CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ J. Patrick Aikman Miriam Cole Breese ◆ H. E. Barney Burroughs ◆ Sandra Louy Burroughs Nancy Ford Charles E. Burow Cleveland Joseph C. Cleveland George Robert DeLong Nancy Ade DeLong Max W. Dixon ◆ Nancy Hunger Galliher ◆ Martha Faitz Gamble ◆ Rosanne Miller Jacks Marilee Lidikay McCallister ◆ John E. Morrill Marcia Wheeler Mussman William R. Powell Barbara Chandley Puckett ◆ Robert H. Puckett ◆ Sharon Noll Smith Richard M. Temple ◆ Dwight F. Walton

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
◆ Lou Ubben Walton Virginia Armstrong Weise J. Michael Yohe FOUNDERS CIRCLE Merle F. Allshouse ◆ Walter M. Bagot Joseph M. Beals Janet Daniels Bell Dale E. Berkebile Mary Jordan Berkebile Donna Jensen Burke Garth F. Essig Veryl F. Frye, Jr. Anne Allaway Gilbert ◆ Ann Luttrell Grant Eugene N. Halladay Jane Thoma Hammond Mary Harris Harris G. Richard Hershberger ◆ Josephine Petry Hershberger ◆ Gary E. Jones Nicholas L. Jones Jeanne Petracek Kipp ◆ Margaret Dailey Kuehrmann Richard J. Laker Janet Hoffmark Laut Nicholas A. Lyras ◆ Janice Roberts Mair Roberta Bruns Oleson Donna Hostetter Peebles ◆ Maynard D. Poland Thomas Richard Ransom Jean Wallin Roberts ◆ Roger J. Rowen ◆ Robert C. Sammons ◆ Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio ◆ Paula Sedgwick Scism ◆ Ralph E. Snelson Jean Hostetler Stackhouse ◆ Max L. Stackhouse Robert E. Swezey James C. Van Horne Richard H. Weise Robert N. Younger PATRONS CIRCLE Jane Mathews Braman Leila Scelonge Edwards Shirley Smythe Fuson George C. Halfmann Joy Uphaus Holthouse Thomas L. Holthouse Deborah Pond Hoyt Marietta Coble Ivey Barbara Garrett Krause Ruth Lewis Lieberman John A. Morehead Wayne G. Reece Carol Taylor Smith Richard L. Talbott Robert D. West BUILDERS CIRCLE ◆ Judith Folk Aikman Alana Hickman Alexander Louette Hartmann Ames Gail Anderson-Conlan Paul C. Arnold Charles E. Ballinger Raymond E. Baxter Robert M. Bock Thomas T. Boyd H. Dale Bracey David L. Burt Anne Jaudon Campbell James B. Cash Charles R. Copple Carol Rossman Creelman Jacqueline Snyder Critchett Gretchen Kiger Cryer Eleanor Lewis Cummisford Robert G. Cummisford Vernon C. Dahlstrom Lois Cashin Danner Sandra Allan Ecker ◆ Barbara Zerell Edwards Robert F. Endicott William S. Farr, Jr. Ila Alexander Fisher Neal F. Fisher William C. Frey, Jr. Sandra Vincent Gardner Ronald T. Hafer James D. Harris Patricia White Harris Edward G. Hartmann Marilyn Kuhn Harvey Fred W. Hawk Gail Achtner Hawk Della Phillips Helvey Gary E. Henry Mary Kimmell Henry Prudence Dix Hilger Charles W. Johnson Norine Goode Johnson ◆ Frank D. Kaiser ◆ Charles B. Kirkdoffer Ann Bland Knapp Mary Mc Clure Kopp Lawrence S. Lemser Suzanne Blair Lemser Susannah H. Lippman James K. Loveless Richard F. Maroney Joan Garwood McCracken F. Michael McLain Carolyn Jones Miller ◆ Charles Nicholas Mohar Jane Beabout Mohar Mary Moorhouse Morrow Patricia Tanner Musch Carolyn Hawthorne Mutz ◆ Jane Umbreit Nestory Edward H. Nimmo Carolyn Peabody Nixon Richard A. Ohs Elma Neudecker Olson Sue Richardson Owen Esther Reece Painter Loretta Lewis Pedott Dan F. Peternell Paul A. Plociennik Carl H. Poppe Walter A. Ramsey Mary Shauman Reiff Jane Powell Riggs Harper A. Roehm Richard Harold Rohm ◆ Salli Stoodt Rohm Richard H. Ruedi Gerald H. Schueneman Phyllis Rauth Sells Larry D. Shafer Judith Buckner Shepherd Judith Roser Smith Leonard E. Snyder Tom R. Starr Carol Rudolph Stoddard Donald D. Tibbits Jane Ettinger Turley Donald F. Vance Marilyn Merkle Vance James M. Vandivier Aurdre Loomis Ward ◆ Lou Hart Williams Fred A. Wingert Beverly Bryan Wirsching CONTRIBUTORS Frances Ott Allen Carol Smith Anderson Gayle Purves Anderson Janice Harrison Armuth Ada Hine Aucamp Nadyne Cooke Bicknell Nancy Kunkel Boit Mary Gengnagel Broad James R. Broad Eugenia Galliher Brown Sharon McBroom Brunjes Margaret Gantz Brunskill Mary Miner Budig Robert M. Burleigh Suzanne D’Sinter Carpine Charles D. Corbin Ellen Frank Cox Charles E. Curtis Murray M. DeArmond Ruth Wessman Dietel Don M. Dixon Nedra Hall Downing Dorothy A. Drake Judith Thrasher Fivecoate Everett A. Fox Gloria McVey Frew Barbara Ann Fuson Bruce M. Hall dec Larry K. Hardin Patricia Metzdorf Heldt Karen Lange Hickman Mary Ball Hoeltzel Jane A. Irwin David M. Jenkins II Janet Peters Jenkins Nancy Neal Keating Elizabeth Phelps Kelly James R. Kelly Phyllis Patterson Kiser D. Gary Klempnauer Gerald B. Kracke R. Jerome Lapham Mary Pietsch Lawler Merle D. Lehman Berenice Lueder Lewis Mary L. Manning Herbert E. Marohn Lester B. Mathieson Kay Kenna McMaster Dennis Mehegan John K. Mehmel Joan Moore Mernitz Mary Francis Moyer William H. Naylor Barbara Wright Nesbit Duane A. Osburn Quincy A. Polk Anne Nichols Ramoneda Carl H. Rinne III Sue Galbraith Roberts Jerry H. Rose Paula Boyer Rougny Mary Stolz Sell Gregory A. Shackel Carolyn Uhlinger Shantz Barbara Duffield Sheehan Glenn J. Slanec Robert C. Smith Jane Christensen Soper C. Harvey Sowers Nancy Holmes Sprague Carol Hauser Stark Marjorie Tessman Stewart Thomas B. Stogdill Mary Fletcher Swift Elizabeth Ives Thompson William J. Thompson Samuel K. Ulmer Kay Barthelmeh Voorhees John D. Wadsworth Jean Anderson Weliver John L. Yarling ◆ Ann Bowen Yonan ◆ Duane R. Yonan Barbara Mitchell Zeschke GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Ann Boren Reeder GIFTS IN HONOR OF Joene Bruhn Cline Sharon Riordan Goldstein Nancy Long Hardy Jean Fowler King Barbara Epstein Maher Marilyn Murlin Norton Suzanne Smith Ramsby Gail Divine Sims SPECIAL GIFTS George Robert DeLong Nancy Ade DeLong Martha Faitz Gamble Donald L. Hamilton Deborah Pond Hoyt John E. Morrill James C. Van Horne Frank D. Walker Dwight F. Walton Lou Ubben Walton OTHER GIFTS Merle F. Allshouse Judith Lilly Findlay Frank D. Walker LEGACY GIFTS Ann Luttrell Grant Richard J. Laker Shirley Fouch Muller Larry R. Robinson Peg Steffen Sant’Ambrogio Glenn J. Slanec Ralph E. Snelson Jane Jones Williams Barbara Tracy Cochran D. David Cryer Julia Whitney Dawson Theodore D. Driscoll Ralph R. Edminster Robert L. Erickson Patrick M. Ewing Jerry G. Gaff Carolyn Beasley Gilbert Joanne Toates Huffman James E. Huitema Carolyn T. Jones Howard F. Lund W. Thomas McGhee K. David Miller Nancy Waymire Munroe Charles E. Ray Sharon Moore Robinson Sandra Swisher Sammons David R. Sheaffer Alice Jones Slanec Diane Woodward Snelson Eleanor Selle Stanley Albert A. Watts, Jr. Nancie Clark Williams ANNUAL FUND: $166,849 DONORS: 190 PARTICIPATION: 46% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** ◆ Sharon Williams Ubben Timothy H. Ubben OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Carol Shanahan Bryant ◆ Barbara Tracy Cochran ◆ Emily Hooton Hamilton G. Richard Locke ◆ Judy Blang Locke ◆ George L. Mazanec David N. McKeag Janet W. Prindle ◆ Sharon Moore Robinson CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Martha Morgan Bull ◆ D. David Cryer ◆ Ralph R. Edminster ◆ Robert L. Erickson Suzanne Wedeking Frederickson Carole Kelly Hegenbarth ◆ Douglas A. Holmes ◆ Carolyn T. Jones William C. Krueger, Jr. ◆ Marilyn Hansen Lancaster ◆ Thomas A. Lancaster ◆ Nancy Waymire Munroe Carol Leopold Murad Ferid Murad Donald G. Norman Lois Stewart Perry ◆ David J. Petterson Paula Weir Powell Nancy Lindquist Temple ◆ Edward L. Unterberg FOUNDERS CIRCLE J. Robert Coffin Robert N. Davies Nancy Young Gehlbach ◆ Carolyn Beasley Gilbert Thomas A. Haygood Richard T. Hill, Jr. Roberta Gates Hill Ann Cotton Jilg John N. King Helen Pigott Laker ◆ Daniel E. Lewis, Jr. Charlotte Nelson Lueckel G. Byington Pratt III ◆ Charles E. Ray ◆ Sandra Swisher Sammons ◆ D. Reed Scism ◆ Diane Woodward Snelson Susan Lawrence Swezey ◆ Nancie Clark Williams PATRONS CIRCLE James H. Boyd Robert D. Britigan, Jr. ◆ Curtis R. Bryant ◆ Patrick M. Ewing ◆ Jerry G. Gaff David E. Harris Mary McCallum Henrichs Jane McDaniel Keller James G. Reynolds Walter W. Sampson, Jr. LeRoy Sathre John F. Schneider ◆ David R. Sheaffer Nancy Grumling Sheaffer Sherleene Funk Sissell Beverly Mullen Stodghill Ruth Lighter Talbott BUILDERS CIRCLE William L. Amers Ann Freehafer Andersen ◆ Fred G. Augspurger ◆ James H. Beatty, Sr. Barrett L. Beer Edmun J. Best, Jr. David F. Burg Kerry Winn Burstein ◆ Nancy Neely Cash Suzanne Wagner Davis ◆ Julia Whitney Dawson Susan Morse Dirrim Delight Mace Dowell Marion Radcliffe Fox Wayne Friend Howard N. Greenlee, Jr. Dianne Fellows Guild ◆ Richard B. Hackenberg Janet Foresman Hall James E. Hannah Frances Wilson Hayward Richard P. Hoagland Judith Weiler Hollis Martha Obear Huggins ◆ James E. Huitema Robert J. Jacobson Gary T. Jewell Elizabeth Craig Joseph Jason J. Kesler W. Richards Kindig Vicki Bunting Lauderdale David M. Lewis, Jr. James B. Life Patricia Moore Life Leslie Yoder Lynch Barbara Ragland Maroney Sherry Pierpont May ◆ K. David Miller Katherine Keith Milne Ernest F. Modzelewski Edna Bromer Moore Richard W. Moore George A. Morgan, Jr. Ann Wallace Peternell Susan Miller Poppe Carol Dorsett Pyle Jane Jarrell Robinson Dawn Follett Schumann Patrick E. Sharp C. B. Stringfellow Joellen McFarland Stringfellow Gayle Wanegar Taliaferro Maynard D. Thompson

1958

50TH REUNION CHAIRS Judy Blang Locke Edward L. Unterberg 50TH REUNION ADVISORY COMMITTEE G. Richard Locke Judy Blang Locke George L. Mazanec Janet W. Prindle Sharon Williams Ubben Timothy H. Ubben 50TH REUNION CO-CHAIRS: Richard B. Hackenberg Emily Hooton Hamilton Douglas A. Holmes Marilyn Hansen Lancaster Thomas A. Lancaster Daniel E. Lewis, Jr. George L. Mazanec David J. Petterson D. Reed Scism Thomas L. Turk Sharon Williams Ubben Nancy Hadley Wilhelm REUNION COMMITTEE: Fred G. Augspurger James H. Beatty, Sr. Curtis R. Bryant Carl A. Buehler Martha Morgan Bull Ardath Edwards Cade Nancy Neely Cash

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H. Bruce Throckmorton Eleanor Hokanson Todd Martha Moore Trowbridge ◆ Thomas L. Turk Ann Clarkson Turpin Barbara Thornton Vrooman Robert A. Watts Gordon E. Wesner, Jr. Jane Rightsell Wesner Sara Stewart Wilder ◆ Nancy Hadley Wilhelm CONTRIBUTORS Margaret Layng Aldrich Philip E. Arnold Harriet Rinehart Attig John C. Attig Gary G. Barnes Janet Gutman Bishop Miriam Query Boling ◆ Carl A. Buehler Constance Evans Claar Carolyn Hancock Cleland Ronald E. Coons M. Keith DeArmond Frank E. H. Estes Jacquelyn Snyder Estes Barbara Madill Evarts Janet Bruggeman Fencken Daniel S. Forney, Jr. Vincent S. Frohne Gretchen Soldwedel Gill Arthur C. Goetz Marcia Thornton Groth John O. Gruber Linda Stang Hanahan William E. Haslem Marilyn Fitch Herrmann Orville E. Hileman, Jr. Martha Gilpin Hinshelwood ◆ Joanne Toates Huffman Mary Kendall Leist Carolyn Raup Liebel Jeanne Hickman Logan John S. Mason Sally Pottle Mathieson Sarah Rose Miquelle Thomas W. Mock Sharon Miller Momany Mary Dahlen Naylor Gail Lone O’Brien James J. O’Brien James D. O’Dell Barbara Land Padgett Jeanne Merten Parker Bruce E. Partner Kim Thompson Rawlinson Ruth Falk Redel Sally Fullerton Riemer E. Stewart Saunders Keith C. Schroeder Rosemary Davis Shaw Ruth E. Shogren ◆ Alice Jones Slanec Charles B. Stafford ◆ Eleanor Selle Stanley David L. Stonehill Mary Daugherty Thomas Janice Wickersham Welty Barbara Smith Whitney Barbara Kenagy Wood Carolyn Duncan Young GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Neal A. Cochran Mary Guyer Davies SPECIAL GIFTS Emily Hooton Hamilton Marilyn Hansen Lancaster Thomas A. Lancaster G. Richard Locke Judy Blang Locke Janet W. Prindle Sharon Williams Ubben Timothy H. Ubben OTHER GIFTS Mary McCallum Henrichs George A. Morgan, Jr. Carolyn Humbert Rasmussen LEGACY GIFTS Robert G. Burney Sharon Williams Ubben Timothy H. Ubben Allan W. Grundstrom Ann Egbert Grundstrom Mary Morgan Halfmann Jane Roehr Hughes Charles G. Huizenga Roger E. Legg Thomas E. Lilly Harry W. McLaughlin Gary K. McWilliams Charles E. Racine Mary Thompson Regenhardt Larry L. Rose Win C. Smith Patricia Shissler Stach Myrna Magnuson Trowbridge BUILDERS CIRCLE Bruce D. Allen Lesslie Wagner Anbari James D. Beard Patricia Brown Beard Elizabeth Roys Beiser William R. Berglof Christena Trusler Biggs Suzanne McMakin Brown Richard G. Bruehl Helen Rendlesham Burg Joanne Gits Burnham Douglas R. Cahill Janice Rugee Carlson R. James Current ◆ Willis H. Davis Howard W. Doster Joanne Dehollander Downs Charles R. Epperson Jerry J. Evans Fred B. Fisher Jane Zehr Foskett Patricia Williams French Sarah Bush Gladden Leslie C. Glaser W. Philip Gray Gerald H. Gruber Nancy Gessler Haller Carol Combs Hannah Sandra Dixon Hardee dec Thelma HarknessThompson Karol Skinner Hartmann James R. Hartzer Marilyn Brier Hewitt Dianna Pohl Hoag Susan Crabb Johnson Robert S. Julian Kenneth L. Kirk David V. Koch Susanne Proud Kroeger Robert P. Little Susan Stirling Little James S. McElwain Ruth Eichelman McElwain Judith Hull Messick David G. Milne Nancy Lendrum Modzelewski Sonya Jones Nicely David J. Portmann Jack E. Priser William R. Prosser Allen W. Ratcliffe Barbara Baxter Schipper Kendall K. Slusher Charles J. Smidl Alice Trickey Swiatek Max A. Tudor Ellyn Vyhnalek Walker W. Allan Walker Barbara Griffiths Walters Wilma Neuman Whitaker Richard H. Whited James W. Wood CONTRIBUTORS David A. Adams Susan Stimson Brewer Beverly Tansey Bryan Thomas R. Campbell Linda Sunkel Chittick Nancy Schreiber Conklin John W. Cook C. Brooks Dodson Ralph H. Dude Kathryn McClugage Duncan Susan Dorrance Dykstra William K. Gros Deanna Worl Haslem Hilda Huffman Hudelson William J. Hunn Shirley Pimlott Jay James E. Johanson Joyce Wolma Johnson Joanne Riechers Kanolis J. Robert Knott Charlotte Todd Linge Judith Robertson McCory Kateri Shanahan McKee James A. O’Brien Mary Noll Piller David E. Reberg Jeanette Fletcher Robertson Barbara Beaman Rudolph Paula Rutili Robert D. Sandine Gail Van Epps Schaberg Sara Howson Stavola Michael C. Tennery David A. Uhrick Nancy Clemens Ulmer Noel Wyandt Vaughn Wesley M. Vietzke John W. Wagner John T. Wilcox Joyce Bittner Wylie SPECIAL GIFTS Joseph P. Allen IV Whitney Fearer Morrill Robert B. Wessling LEGACY GIFTS Andrew J. Paine, Jr. Gerald L. Wingate EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Robert C. Canfield Robert J. Darnall OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Martha Harrison Bentzen Michael P. Bentzen ◆ Robert L. Mitchell Jane Medaris Paine Sandra Major Wiese CHARTER CIRCLE** Lawrence W. Clarkson Paul T. Cochran Donald H. Driemeier Robert W. Gibson Patricia Zwickel Godwin Nancy Grant Harvey Virginia Cooling Hollett Margaret McElwain Kemper Judith McNew Kiely FOUNDERS CIRCLE Cheng Lok Chua William H. Egley James B. Fleece Karen Hoven Fleece Elizabeth Feigel Gillum Ronald L. Gillum Linda Link Huff A. Jeanne LaDuke Phyllis C. Leppert ◆ Linda Brainard Lewis Judith Gardner Livengood Edward S. Martin William D. Naftzger Thomas M. Robertson Marilyn Phelps Rowen Gordon A. Shunk Kenneth R. Todd Tom H. West PATRONS CIRCLE Richard A. Ames Kathryn Kendrick Cofield D. Sidney Condit Terry A. Cromwell Samuel V. Fix Margo Milling Foster Richard F. Helfrich Margaret Gladden Hermann Michael A. Herrell Dorothy Lockwood Jamison Walter W. Jolly Cynda Bayliff Kehl Doris Taylor Maxwell David W. Pomeroy Marilyn Miller Schmid Margaret Brown Wagoner Gary L. Wegenke Jerry O. Williams BUILDERS CIRCLE Bert Anson III Carol Holmes Bigley Beth Bogie Barbara Nelson Bracey Margaret Verhulst Bradford James A. Braunsdorf Craig B. Campbell William F. Campbell James A. Carlson John M. Cassady Sharon Mallough Clarkson Jean McCalister Clifford Arthur L. Dillard William M. Dugan, Jr. Janet Schroeder Ellsworth Richard S. French John S. Gibson Nancy Crane Heller Charles F. Hermann Ann Harger Hinds Hubert T. Hinds Marlene Schild Holmes Eleanor Childers Hoppe James O. Huisinga Kenneth R. Ingle, Jr. Carol Roesener Jackson Martha Jarvis Marjorie Moore Julian Thomas W. Keene Carolyn Phillips Leath James E. Leath Robert R. Lee Roger W. Martens Celia Wilson Mehaffey Joyce Mendenhall Moore Larry G. Moore Peter C. Mountz Ronnie J. Noble Marlene Josephson Pawlowski Elsie Weikert Priser Ann Phillips Prosser David L. Schmalz Robert A. Sharp J. Kenneth Smail Helen Lockhart Smiley Richard H. Tomey Thomas J. Walker Patricia Fogle Wallace Sonja Nay Wise Arlene Calkins Zachritz CONTRIBUTORS Judith Wiseman Anderson Mary Montgomery Beebe Harold R. Booher Dorothy Adams Bridges Jill Dudley Brody Beverly Fernwood Burgess George P. Campbell

1959

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: William V. Blake III Frances Bagby Ray ANNUAL FUND: $100,809 DONORS: 162 PARTICIPATION: 33% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Joseph P. Allen IV OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Joan Austin Goodwin Andrew J. Paine, Jr. Barbara Lindley Schrier Robert B. Wessling CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ William V. Blake III Charles C. Boyer J. Baird Davis Rita Luther Erickson Robert W. Evans Paul D. Frederickson Robert P. Godwin John S. Kemper Carol Koock Krueger Elizabeth Beldon Meyer Jerry A. Morgan Whitney Fearer Morrill Nancy Spier Null Carolyn Hostetter Smith Richard A. Thomas John P. Williams Mary Walbaum Williams FOUNDERS CIRCLE Carol Woodley Agner Alberta Matzke Buckman Richard B. Hinely Carol Risk Lankton Phillip A. Livengood C. Sumpter Logan Ronald L. Longnecker Patricia Kuhns McCormick Harry C. Meyers Patricia J. Middleton Rachel Hampton Park ◆ Frances Bagby Ray Virginia Risser-Logan Frank L. Schneider Larry L. Smiley Donna Stewart Spackman Thomas J. Spackman George B. Williams PATRONS CIRCLE William R. Allred Marcia Barron Ames Eileen Matthews Barfknecht Elizabeth Oxnam Cullen Rae Lahti Donnelly

1960

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Linda Brainard Lewis Robert L. Mitchell ANNUAL FUND: $113,896 DONORS: 155 PARTICIPATION: 38%

“My own life experience has convinced me of the value of a strong liberal arts education. I believe it is important for an institution like DePauw to provide that kind of education with a rich mix of students from different backgrounds. I am pleased to help make that possible through my support of scholarships.” – John G. Hurley ’60

Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Bruce L. Carlson Eloise Eskew Coffey Jane Garber Collins Philip J. Conklin Mary Bottrell Cowie Edward K. Crossman John E. Crum Marjory Burgess Dahlgren Marian Mitchell Davidson Claudia Melby Deasy Marilyn Meyer DiLoreto Ann Fisher Doerr Patricia Deering Doten Jacquelyn Cowan Fike Bonnie Tall Gauger Joseph S. Goddard, Jr. John B. Gregg Sandra McClelland Grimes Janet S. Hamilton Marilyn Hays Highland Gloria Reichenbach Hill Carol Mead LaBorde Judeth Kropp Macdonald Deanna Goodrich McMain Joyce Mix Meister Phillip L. Mow Marcia Rothweiler Norman Katrina Longenecker Nummela Judith Laadt O’Dell Robert M. Oswalt Meredith Towner Palmer Craig A. Peeples Dorothy Barth Phipps Donald K. Rich Jane C. Rininger Lynn A. Schreiber John W. Slater III Anne Austin Smith Robert P. Snyder Patricia Harmison Stanbery Kenneth H. Stover Maryan Bauer Tebbutt Margaret Stahl Tomlin Thomas H. Waltz Elizabeth Prunty Weber Nancy Farnham Wickenhauser Nancy Rodgers Wilkens Lucy Freehafer Wold GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Donald R. Pettit SPECIAL GIFTS Lawrence W. Clarkson Rance E. Crain Robert J. Darnall Virginia Walsh Knight OTHER GIFTS Edward K. Crossman Nancee Burkett Dickson LEGACY GIFTS Jane Medaris Paine Sandra Ohley Wingate EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Marletta Farrier Darnall PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Bonnie Darling Allen Don R. Daseke Gary Paul Drew OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Michael R. Maine Judith Hanson Wessling CHARTER CIRCLE** Mary Sims Cannell Barbara Stevenson Clarkson Rollin L. Clayton Marilyn Stamstad Fogdall William G. Gerber Frank W. Lincoln Christine Johnson Morgan John S. Null Carole Clark Randall John W. Sanger ◆ Dianne Harrison Thorlton J. McRae Thorlton dec Jerald B. Turner Mary Hardy Turner FOUNDERS CIRCLE Caroline Adair Dimmers Nancy Oviatt Erkkila Sally Lewis Frohring Richard W. Garrett Elaine Bertram Larkin Linda Ware Logan George A. Mendenhall Katherine Kemp Mendenhall Eleanor Rapp Poland W. Wyatt Rauch Alice Stout Sherman Jo Eggers Todd Melissa Watson Walker Michael M. Webb Walter E. Wells Pamela Parkhill Wilson Peter B. Work PATRONS CIRCLE David T. Allen Lynn Maish Babcock Robert C. Barnes Dorothea Gother Barsness Sidney J. Baxendale John W. Busey James W. DeArmond Thomas N. Ertel Carol Hack Fitzgerald James M. Force Elisabeth Harper Hartung John W. Hatcher Barbara Babcock Hawes Virginia Hale Helfrich Joyce Jones Herbert Richard D. Hirsch David W. Holty Jane Striebeck Holty Rebecca Johnston Howard Mary Steinmetz Hunsberger Delbert L. Michel Sara Sare Michel Richard R. Patterson Sarah Neely Patterson Jeanne Decosted Pittman Dorothy Boyd Richards William S. Richards Ellen Rosselot Schneider Erika Esser Shorney Sally Adams Urban Jo Misselhorn Usher

“After 45 years, I am convinced that the social and moral values that DePauw tried to instill in us as students are still valid. Perhaps because our two children graduated from DePauw, my wife, Melinda (Paine ’65), and I are fortunate to know many younger DePauw alumni. Their sense of well-being and enthusiasm assures me that the University retains its ability to fortify its students with the strong foundation necessary to meet the challenges that lie ahead.” – Raymond I. Geraldson ’62

Judith Stackhouse Harris James W. Herrick Carol Rummell Hoffman Richard J. Howson Judith Whalen Hudgens Donald E. Jesseman, Jr. Julie Greek Johnson Hans George Kuhlmann Richard A. Loescher Eleanor Davidson McCabe Martha Livingston McCoy George L. Meisenger Betty Atkins Morrison Donna Maly Odar Anita Eddingfield Osborn Joe F. Pearson Carol Stoner Reagan Julia Bredall Rovics Barbara Michie Ryan Margaret Maroney Sanders Charles L. Schulze Antoinette Henricks Selsley Barrett A. Smith Judith O’Dell Stanley Homer E. Stavely, Jr. Barbara Kingman Toohey Patty Scherer Trantina Ann Bender Veatch Norma A. Wanegar Barbara Collins Whatley Don L. Wills Phyllis Osborn Wolfe Sylvia Kerns Yeager SPECIAL GIFTS Bonnie Darling Allen Barbara Stevenson Clarkson Marletta Farrier Darnall Don R. Daseke Gary Paul Drew Patricia Myers Gathers Erik G. Nelson Judith Hanson Wessling OTHER GIFTS Thomas F. Anderson LEGACY GIFTS Rollin L. Clayton

ANNUAL FUND: $155,161 DONORS: 224 PARTICIPATION: 46% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Kay Burney Butler Rhett W. Butler Mary Palmer Enroth PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Sandra Aldrich Drew OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Katherine Tweedle Fox R. I. Geraldson, Jr. Suzanne Bauman Maine Barbara E. Smith CHARTER CIRCLE** Jane Sansome Boyer Graham C. Bryce Stuart G. Cozzens Roger R. Fross William W. Graham Robert W. Griffith, Jr. ◆ George C. Lortz ◆ Saundra Fabrick MacGregor James T. McCoy Linda Bollinger McCoy ◆ Ronald L. Randall ◆ Eleanor Zimmerly Rink ◆ Lawrence D. Rink Suzanne Charbonneau Sanger H. Russell Weller FOUNDERS CIRCLE ◆ Dale D. Anderson Gerald D. Capoot, Jr. Robert L. Chreist Clyde D. Compton Karen Hine Compton ◆ Michael G. B. Evans Ivan D. Floyd ◆ Donald B. Gardiner G. Richard Geier, Jr. ◆ Mary Ann Goetcheus Allan D. Hart Gail Griffith Hart Edris Baily Hoover ◆ Linda Martin Katula James R. Kuehl Bonnie Gardner Molloy Robert C. Nordvall Richard H. Reitz J. Wayne Russell ◆ Herbert J. Spier, Jr. Linda Lorton Spier John E. Suster III Susan Dodge Suster Edward E. Thompson William J. Vesey L. Alan Winslow PATRONS CIRCLE Sharon Early Atherton Joel M. Blumberg ◆ Patricia Murphy DeArmond Don C. Erman Bette Alexander Erxleben Walter O. Erxleben, Jr. ◆ Karen Wilkinson Fruits Fred L. Hanley Beverly Boesinger Harlan Lynda Bayliff Huey Frank F. Kemp, Jr. Jon P. Larrick ◆ Warren E. Magnuson Garry S. Moore Sarah Carroll Neeb Arthur G. Nevins Margaret Kleine Rush

1961

CLASS CHAIR: Dianne Harrison Thorlton ANNUAL FUND: $182,857 DONORS: 186 PARTICIPATION: 41% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Erik G. Nelson

BUILDERS CIRCLE Thomas R. Anderson John T. Ayers Peter G. Barclay Otto K. Behrens, Jr. Susan Cheney Bell Robert M. Blankenship Marilyn Smith Boxell Marjorie Colegrove Brickley Richard B. Brock Thomas L. Brunkow Helen Cooper Campbell Anita Hursh Cast Mary Rutt Cheek Paul A. Cheek Ronald R. Clark David W. Clifford Joyce Hopewell Cook Bonnie Cole Dawson Ellen Combs Donovan Ann Carper Dugan H. Leslie Ericson Kathleen Vietzke Evans Thomas E. Evans Eiji Ezoe June Higgins Glaser Judith Sutphin Grady Janet Bloxsome Harmening Louis W. Harmening, Jr. Nancy Lassman Hecht John B. Holdeman Joan Furlong Huisinga Roger W. Ireson David L. Johnson Helen Gloyd Johnstone Charles D. Kenyon Marcia Borst Klenbort James W. Krider Elizabeth Herrick LeTerneau James E. Lewis Ellis K. Locher, Jr. Mary Spencer Lyman M. M. Main Patricia Thoma Mallers

Jan K. Merder Rosemary Lobraico Metzger George P. Mitru Sarah Barnett Moore Edward H. Parsons Nancy L. Peterson Elizabeth Doeller Radcliff Frances Wagner Rehm Sara Copeland Reynolds David L. Rickard Barbara A. Ringley Orrin M. Rose Lynn Rezek Rule Ned P. Rule David B. Sarver Douglas W. Schoeninger Nan Collins Shively Lucy Brown Sloan Thomas R. Smith Deborah Miller Stewart Walter H. Stewart Mary Becker Weddle Robert L. Westfall Lynette Orwig Wile Jack R. Wilson, Jr. Sandra McDermond Wood CONTRIBUTORS Martha Schellhase Alexakos Karen Jones Anderson Karen Jenkinson Barnes John R. Beaty Betty Garner Carroll Jonathan D. Cryer Janet Allen Drum Jeanne Mahaney Eggert Norman H. Eggert Jane Morris Enzor Henry Ford IV Susan Laury Freedlund Ann Lave Getzoff Nancy Todd Gilbert Perry C. Gillette, Jr. Sue Staley Gray

1962

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: George C. Lortz Ronald L. Randall REUNION COMMITTEE: Dale D. Anderson Robert S. Atcheson Donald G. Blackmond Connie Moore Bolinger Charles S. Combs Virginia Nelson Combs Thomas O. Dawson Patricia Murphy DeArmond Michael G. B. Evans Wilkinson French Fruits Donald B. Gardiner Charles Geiss Mary Ann Goetcheus Linda Martin Katula John A. Kellogg Lynn Grainger Locher Saundra Fabrick MacGregor Warren E. Magnuson Barbara Williamson Pack Eleanor Zimmerly Rink Lawrence D. Rink Herbert J. Spier, Jr. Suzanne Grimes Tillman Sherri Brown Whetzel

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“As the 2003–06 recipient of the A. W. Crandall Chair in History, I revised an article, which was published in the Taiwan Journal of East Asian Studies, and I presented a paper at the Annual Conference of the Cultural Studies Association in Taiwan. The conference paper was on a subject that I strayed into for the first time. The support provided through the Crandall Chair made it possible for me to embark on some writing projects that I would not otherwise have attempted.” – Yung-chen Chiang, Professor of History and Chair of the History Department
SPECIAL GIFTS Sandra Aldrich Drew OTHER GIFTS George C. Lortz J. Ronald Terry BUILDERS CIRCLE James R. Adams Anonymous Louise Quinn Ashbaugh Carol Ledford Barrett Lucinda McGuire Bennett Marcia Oonk Bennett Dan R. Blunt Carol Stinemetz Bodinson Edwin E. Boldrey Katherine Odell Bork Susan Day Brattain Robert F. Brown Judith Staebler Bushouse Caroline Musick Capoot Virginia Jackson Claar Curtis J. Corcoran Constance Malm Cripe Michael J. Cripe John P. Dailey David R. Dent Judson W. Detrick David M. Dirks Dennis C. Drury Peter R. Egbert John T. Elliff ◆ Philip N. Eskew, Jr. Bonnie Oeler Fields Robert H. Fuller Caren Campbell Gardner David R. Gardner Judith Gough Gifford Carol Fisher Graham R. Michael Hall Stanley Hamilton James A. Harvey Nancy Lewis Haswell Dian Alfrey Holdeman Judith Marsh Ireson Charles A. Jarvis John L. Kendall Beret Carlson Kischner Russel L. Koos Donald E. Kreider Phyllis Ernst Kreider Barbara Boots Lawson Peter M. Layden Marilyn Wehrman Levine Kathleen Jones Mattox Jerry D. McCoy Virginia Cox McCoy Jacqueline Faust McDowell Charles H. McFall Joy Buckner Merder Irene Kinzer Milliken Eleanor Putnam Mitchell T. Kent Mitchell, Jr. William J. Mitchell Emily B. Morgan James B. Nelson Robert Kurt Nicewander Dennis A. Priser Marilyn Mead Priser Nancy Markham Ragatz Stephen M. Reim Karen West Reiman Marjorie Eller Replogle Martha Keto Rickard Michael L. Roach William M. Schwein, Jr. Beverley Barnes Scott Penelope Simison Margaret Titus Simon Carroll Brown Stewart Mary Price Swain Dorothy Cox Sweet Sallie Reid Tasto Jeanne M. Tibbles Richard L. Waldron Richard M. Weddle David L. Williams Patricia Dunn Williams Marilyn J. Wolfe Sue Curry Wright CONTRIBUTORS Donna C. Baumgartner Nancy Barton Bavisotto Robert W. Bluhm Ann Work Borger Ellen Mayfield Bottomley John R. Bradbury Martha Jeanie Brown Alice Yant Browning Constance Aikman Caldwell Don A. Christensen James R. Collins Karen Waigand Davis Evelyn Stone Dawson William W. Dillingham Allen J. Dowd Margaret Hendrick Dowd Elizabeth Baldridge Drucker Mary Greenawalt Dunbar George W. Fearn Mary McKenna Foote Charlotte Gruver Getz Carole Henderson Green David E. Greer Rita E. Hagmeyer Stephen L. Haines Linda Lee Haynie Cynthia Glass Henk Patricia Herrell Hentze Margaret Maier Jaqua Robert W. Johnson Sharon Hornbeck King Sherrin Seabolt Kraus Carolyn Watson Kruger Judith MacFall LaCroix dec Susan Wegman Manning Suzanne Gill Marty Judith Hotz Massa F. William McCarty Sharon Plunkett McClaine Thomas A. McElhaney Susan Webster McGimpsey Linda Kuonen Medlock James E. Miller Patricia Scott Monahan Stephen D. Morrison Mary Kilborn Musgrave Katherine Sauer Needham Carolyn Bohannon Oelke Morgan J. Ordman Jacqueline Calkins Parrish Susanna Kenyon Phillips Nancy Doup Reed Mary Hawkins Rendleman Edward H. Sawyer Edward G. Schneider Barbara Beadles Shapiro William W. Shilts Beryl Ramsay Smith Linette Osborn Stenberg Stephen H. Stout Marilynn Ballard Sturgeon Robert E. Van Metre Julia Nisbet Wilson Carol Smith Witherell James L. Zurcher Patricia See Zurcher SPECIAL GIFTS Henry A. Deering OTHER GIFTS David E. Greer Rebecca Watts Lortz Linda Kuonen Medlock

1963

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Philip N. Eskew, Jr. Ev Whaley LaFollette ANNUAL FUND: $57,844 DONORS: 206 PARTICIPATION: 41% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Anne Husted Burleigh CHARTER CIRCLE** Karen Koning Abu Zayd Henry A. Deering Barbara Klingner Griffith Mary Libby Hunt ◆ Ev Whaley LaFollette Rebecca Watts Lortz R. Glen Mayfield Jane Turk Schlansker Gretchen Erickson Spaulding Bayard H. Walters FOUNDERS CIRCLE Richard A. Andrews Kathy Bloom Davis William G. Deadman Jean Sullivan Fischer George B. Fromhold Judith Warren Heaps Robert E. Heller Jane Cockerill Hunt James A. Kayler David A. Leighty Robert D. McClure Sally Terry Morris John B. Parks Richard W. Pell Catharine Pierson Reitz Sharon Tarplee Rutan George C. Sonnichsen David E. Stahly Marilyn Muse Thompson Barbara Wells Wilkinson Steven V. Wilkinson PATRONS CIRCLE Marcia Pritchard Alig Lee Livingston Arend Guy A. Carter James W. Davidson Harold A. Deadman, Jr. Garth N. Edwards Jennifer Ross Edwards J. Kent Flummerfelt Rod Goodwin Helen Gerber Grayson J. Thomas Grayson John W. Guy Laura Rasmussen Jolly John B. Lindamood Wynne Niles Milner Sarah Humbert Nevins Larry V. Oman Martha Stutsman Oman William E. Shields Carole Goins Thomas Michael H. Thomas John F. Throckmorton Kathleen Spangler Vashaw Ann Wilkinson Judith Holden Wright

Joseph L. Sanders George L. Stubbs, Jr. BUILDERS CIRCLE Patricia Fremon Atcheson ◆ Robert S. Atcheson Frederick V. Bales Kennard B. Bork Dorothy Young Campbell Robert R. Carter John B. Childers William J. Christensen Mary Wahl Clark Phoebe Capron Clark Ellen Myers Clippinger ◆ Charles S. Combs ◆ Virginia Nelson Combs Dean L. Cook Cecelia Valaoras Danigelis ◆ Thomas O. Dawson Knox D. Divoll James B. Drew Joan Pabst Dubanoski Carolyn Hungness Dunlap L. Garrett Dutton, Jr. Katherine Rippey Duval Carol Olson Emens Stephen W. Fischer Walter R. Foltz Linda Sellen Frazier Richard A. Gaugh Suzanne Noble Gerke James D. Graham Virginia Van Kirk Gray John W. Hare Thomas T. Hicks Marilyn Miller Holmes Alan J. Hutchinson Charles R. Jaynes Edward W. Johnson Patricia Hansen Johnson ◆ John A. Kellogg Karen Luther Koos Vicky Lanzone Krider David L. Landsittel James E. Lashley William J. Lavery James R. Leckie Joe C. Leonard Nancy Blair Leonard ◆ Lynn Grainger Locher Bette Carothers Lutz Elgin A. Manhard, Jr. Sally Smith Manhard

Susanna Matthews Marcos Bonnie Warner Mathisen Douglas McLaren Judith Williams McLaren Robert L. Meyers Lucinda Blitz Moody Erol S. Moran Craig R. Nelson Judith Myers Nelson Robert B. Nelson Nancy Jones Parsons Geraldine Primich Pigott Jean Ferguson Ramsey Kathleen A. Reynolds Lee H. Rickard Susanne Smith Ridlen Frederick O. Roberts James N. Ross, Jr. Marcia Collins Ross Phyllis Kelly Russell G. David Schiering Elizabeth Geider Selmier Carole Jensen Smith Gail Jurgens Smith Thomas F. Smith John C. Soderstrom Martha Taylor Sutton Donald C. Swanson Eleanor Davis Tener Frederick F. Thornburg Marilyn Mantle Wagmiller John R. Watson Robert T. Whetzel ◆ Sherri Brown Whetzel Barbara Bielefeld Winkler Carol Herriott Woloson James P. Zerface CONTRIBUTORS Susan Bondurant Arnold John C. Baumgartner Joan McBain Bennett Nancy Fischer Biederman Thomas E. Bletcher Ann Olson Bogardus Patricia A. Brooks Linda Kissell Browne Judy Jenney Busby Joyce Suess Cailor William C. Carriger Jane Hirschberg Chandra Robert P. Cly Doris J. Conway David G. Cserep

Lynn Fishbeck DeHahn Marilyn Tope Doolen Ellen Dix Dungan Karen St. Vincent Erickson Richard L. Fairchild Nancy Horner Fischer Susan Bradley Fitch Joan Vosbrink Geel ◆ Charles Geiss Norma Garlinger Godshall Jennifer Sanger Griffin Philip B. Groebe Marilyn Kitchen Halteman Daniel R. Hardt John W. Hederick, Jr. Miriam Guth Hein Janalee Smith Holmes Pauline Paddock Larson Jo Ankeny Lindamood Nancy Tregenza Little Julie Newton Machen Patricia Tinthoff Mayberry Terry L. McCoy Barbara Weber McNeely Ivalu White McQuiddy Jill Galbraith Meider Michael K. Mercer Nancy Cazier Meyer Barbara Johnson Middendorf Patricia Welton Morgan Douglas B. Oler Susan MacVay Orlosky David G. Owen Mary McElwain Owen ◆ Barbara Williamson Pack Jo Evans Pasvolsky Sarah Webber Porter Kay Theobald Reissing Edie Atkinson Rodman Anne Gable Rudy Evelyn Davis Russell Jean Walker Rylander Trully Thompson Safrit David B. Sailors Lucinn Thomas Sams Carol Korver Simecek James L. Stoops Clare Johnson Swanson Judy Hoyt Taylor ◆ Suzanne Grimes Tillman Stephen L. Weber Margot Guessford Wilcox Judy Erickson von Gunten

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
1964
CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Mark E. English Maxine May Hubbard ANNUAL FUND: $112,821 DONORS: 192 PARTICIPATION: 36% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Lee E. Tenzer PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** James G. Stewart OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Charles A. Adams Linda Howell Adams Susan Schacht Hagaman Sally Smith Robbins CHARTER CIRCLE** David T. Barker Morris B. Dodd ◆ Mark E. English Thomas R. Gibson Vernon O. Hamilton, Jr. ◆ Maxine May Hubbard Joseph E. Walsmith FOUNDERS CIRCLE Robert A. Bender Thomas A. Bond Elmer P. Brestan Philip L. Carson Susan Weeks Carson Roxana Carrick Deadman Carl R. Doran Kathryn Jahnel Doran Charles W. Fetter, Jr. Janet Seaman Fromhold Frederick S. Gass Marjorie Willett Glenn James W. Godwin David E. Hall K. Larry Hastie Ruth Gordon Hastie James A. Heckler Diane Engel Johnson John F. Kent, Jr. Catherine Duncan Kress Robert G. Lehnen Dinah Eggers Mannlein Michael D. McClure R. Griffith McDonald J. Craig Misselhorn Elizabeth Macy Oates Julia Scholz Proctor Karen Good Stahly PATRONS CIRCLE David B. Bills Susan Moore Davidson Marilyn Sanders Ferguson James P. Heineman Susan Allen Heineman Henry A. Hile M. Alan Lish, Jr. Thomas O. Magan J. Dennis Marek Stephen R. Miller Thomas E. Mueller David W. Neeb Donald G. Schilling Diane Black Seebass Katherine Herkner Shaffer Carol Powell Shields Nancy Hetz Sieffert Darle Eichler Tilly Robert L. Tilly P. David Waller, Jr. BUILDERS CIRCLE Janet S. Anderson Anne Lawson Beatty Walter W. Beatty, Jr. Sharon Young Beaver David A. Beery Kathryn Gloin Betley J. Curtis Blang Phyllis Stormont Blunt Randall L. Braddom Elizabeth McMahon Brengelman Alan R. Brill Katherine Ault Brunkow Bruce A. Campbell Irene Sparks Carr Sarah Warner Carter Philip M. Caughran Judith Diehl Chandler Karen Keppel Chappell J. Eric Christman David A. Claar Susan Correll Cook Brenda Mercer Cruikshank Stephen E. Davis Lynne Libbert Dapice Janis Vernon Foster Charles W. Greenlee David W. Haines Kathrine Harris Hauck Philip C. Hauck Clarke L. Hayes Virginia Keim Hayes Charles A. Herrick Shirley Unruh Herrick Roma Williams Hess Lawrence Bruce Huston, Jr. Robert E. Hutto Stuart E. Jenkins Kathryn Saxton Jerz Nancy Maxeiner Joist David C. Kingsley Karen L. Kish Robert G. Kissell, Jr. Richard L. Kolb Michael W. Laukitis Polly Lindsay Macpherson David L. Magnuson John F. Meyers Sally Zoller Meyers Donald B. Moser Roger B. Nelsen Richard D. Nice Thomas W. Orcutt Bruce F. Osborne Nancy Lyman Repp Andrew N. Rice Sara Wooden Salsbury Thomas F. Sandblom Ann Willis Sebrell Paul M. Shimer Steven A. Spreen Vincent C. Stauffer Jack Steele Judith Huffman Taft R. Stephen Tegarden Dolores M. Templeton Jeanne Conrad Trosch Judith Holman Waldner Susan Cook Waldron Carolyn Smith Weimar Robert A. Wells CONTRIBUTORS Rebecca Katchka Acklin James L. Andrew Nancy Andreae Andrew Nancy Williams Auran Bonnie L. Austin Howard L. Bull John L. Chesterfield David A. Child Rosalind Rogge Dandrea Judy Hartline Elbring William K. Elbring Carolyn Miles Fermann Carolyn Leech Ferrell Peter P. Fettig Vernell Gehron Fettig Allan D. Fink Frances Ann Flory Jean Lusk Forsythe David W. Garrett Kenneth J. Garry, Jr. Bruce A. Gastineau Martha Hawkes Germain Frank L. Green Robert J. Gruszka James A. Harmon Jane Hibler Hopkins Susan Bicket Jones Rachel Whitesel Jordan Maryanna Overpeck Langley Carolyn Weyeneth Leman Carol Lawrence Light Molly Williams Loeser Richard G. Lubman John L. Mabry Margery Miller Macey Carmel J. Mazzocco Jeanne Leslie Melton Katherine Moseley Mills Carol Parks Morrison Stanley C. Moses Susan K. Nelson Barbara Thelen Newell David C. O’Harra Donald M. Olson Marilyn Schaaf Owen Patricia Howell Papero Karen Nelson Perlbachs George R. Rehnquist Nancy Eppert Sampson Garnet Schafer Ann Walbert Schwandt William R. Sheahan Sidney H. Showalter II Kenneth H. Smith Ann Stump Smith Stephanie Smith Linda G. Sprankle Karen Swope Maureen Sullivan Taylor Rollin E. Thompson Jay W. Troyka GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Kirby W. Bay SPECIAL GIFTS Thomas R. Gibson James G. Stewart OTHER GIFTS Karen Keppel Chappell Robert B. Harding David C. Kingsley Elizabeth Young Zimmerman CHARTER CIRCLE** George H. Belhobek ◆ Bronson C. Davis Gordon B. Finley, Jr. Patricia Boynton Frey Valerie Watson Hamilton Elizabeth Gross Holland Robert B. Holland Sarah Roberts Houghland Roger S. Hunt Tim B. Hunter Robert W. Lloyd III Gerald A. Ostermann Thomas S. Porter Edward G. Schussler Sharon Gierach Schussler Susan Scully Walsmith Stuart W. Young Mary Benson Zink FOUNDERS CIRCLE George K. Blanchard, Jr. Bruce J. BonDurant Carolyn Van Epps Brookmeyer Joseph H. Danks Helen Boardman Duncan David W. Gilbert David E. Kranbuehl George H. Libman Joseph R. Sims Judith Fawks Terry PATRONS CIRCLE John V. Barnett, Jr. Fred J. Bartizal, Jr. Susan Ferry Bartizal Sharon Latham Beck William F. Bennett Beryl Bobinette Bills Karen McDevitt Casey Mercedes M. Condy C. Vinton Hoey, Jr. T. Barrett Lindsey Jeffrey E. Lortz Linda Morgan Maini Larry R. Morrison Nancy Mueller Morrison William T. Shaffer, Jr. BUILDERS CIRCLE W. S. Barksdale III Ellen Lavette Brouwers Susan Wright Carlisle David L. Casey L. Terry Chappell Brenda McCutchan Constantine William E. Decker John A. Drees Arlene Shaneyfelt Ehlers Hedy Bryant Garlock Sarah McCall Grant John C. Harbottle Katherine M. Hart Sally Hartline Harvey Craig R. Hassler Ronald C. Heaton Cecelia Helwig Hilgert C. Curtis Holmes Jane Smith Hughes Bruce W. Jeffreys Donald E. Jones Ronald C. Kennedy Margaret Tucker Key P. Jayne Lebsack Earl R. Liebich Harold L. Marquardt Joseph J. B. Martin Ann MacLean Massie John P. McCormick Jane Talbott Metcalfe Linda Mitchell Miller Susan Nahigian Miller Susan Priess Norris George E. Page William F. Penz Michael D. Peyton B. Michael Pisani David T. Prosser, Jr. Carol Stoner Raitzer John M. Rockwood, Jr. Alexander L. Rogers L. Brown Sanders Lee Hilyard Schwecke Kathryn McAdam Sharp Roger A. Soderdahl Michael W. Street Wendy DeWitt Taylor Barbara Kormos Tegarden Mary Wylie Thauvette Roberta Sexauer Williams Lynn C. Yeoman John O. Zachman CONTRIBUTORS Joan Portle Abrahamsen Christine Patterson Acken Mary Jensen Antibus Alice Tuttle Argo Richard W. Baehler Elizabeth Buell Barrow Charles L. Beard, Jr. Charles A. Blemker Loraine Boland Oscar T. Brookins Jane McCann Carlson Pamela Johnson Davis Raymond A. Down J. Hunter Downs Natasha Evans Downs John W. Draper, Jr. Michael E. Fehling Richard B. Ferrell Paul E. Gard Patrice Hynes Garrison Mary Ewing Gosline James A. Greer, Jr. Stephanie Stanley Greer Scott L. Hillstrom Kathryn Kroeger Kelly Linda Stone Kemp Sara King Lennox William C. Marlatt Peter J. McIntosh James G. Miller R. Terry Moore Patricia L. Murphy Carol Wandell Nelson Mary Harrison Olson Sallie Fisher Papenfuse Theodore K. Payne Charles F. Peck Sarah Ainsworth Powley Terry L. Powley Patricia Young Pryor Melode Gifford Reinker William B. Richardson Betsy Parker Schweers Fred R. Smith III John E. Snow Joan Davidson Stoneking Robert M. Stross Marlys Johnson Swanson Judith Osterland Thornton W. Shannon Van Wey Jacqueline Vincent Sandra McComb Walker Jane Vahle Weingartner Malinda Williams Wendelboe Gary R. Wiant Mary Brauninger Wynkoop Steven T. Zimmerman GIFTS IN MEMORY OF John L. Trotter SPECIAL GIFTS Virginia Dirks Krauss William C. Marlatt Thomas S. Porter OTHER GIFTS Keith A. Gossard Stephanie Stanley Greer LEGACY GIFTS Fred J. Bartizal, Jr. Susan Ferry Bartizal

1966

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Bobbette Hendricks Bahler Max W. Hittle, Jr. John L. Pogue Robert F. Wells ANNUAL FUND: $175,348 DONORS: 180 PARTICIPATION: 40% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Anonymous Sharon Kniebbe Hartshorn PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** James R. Bartlett Susan Bartelsmeyer Bartlett OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Thomas W. Boswell Sally Smerz Cowal ◆ Max W. Hittle, Jr. ◆ John L. Pogue Barbara Stoner Wells ◆ Robert F. Wells CHARTER CIRCLE** Jeanie Brown Belhobek Ninetta Ling Boyer Peter A. Boyer Galen Morgan Cooper Thomas P. Cooper Cathie Valeska Davis Keith W. Keppel Bonnie Stout Lloyd Pamela A. McCord ◆ John L. Rabb James N. Thompson FOUNDERS CIRCLE ◆ Bobbette Hendricks Bahler Stanley L. Bahler J. David Cook Billie McCullough Cox David K. Cox James W. Downey Nancy Blessing Fetter Margery Stoops Gass William H. Gilbert Dennis P. Himan Elizabeth Spangler Kuehling Sally Gifford Manion Patricia Peckinpaugh McDonald Susan Nuckols Oldfield Susan Faust Parker John D. Pidgeon Timothy L. Scott James B. Terry, Jr.

1965

CLASS CHAIR: Bronson C. Davis ANNUAL FUND: $76,280 DONORS: 158 PARTICIPATION: 33% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Jane Eklund Anderson Melinda Paine Geraldson Kathryn Murvin Morse Peter A. Morse

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Elizabeth Weidman Zuercher PATRONS CIRCLE John C. Barber Phillip J. Brookins James R. Clark Richard F. Dennis Richard D. Gaines William S. Hamrick Nancy Rich Herrin James M. Hess David L. Joyce Wayne C. Kyhos Duncan H. Lawrie Michael N. Maguire James B. McIntyre Martha Hemker Nelson Pamela Blake Peters Lynne Pi-Sunyer Richard W. Pither Anne Joy Rimer Carl P. Singer Robert T. Thoms Ina Dyer Tonkin Gail Robertson Waller Frederica Sheridan White Glenn A. White BUILDERS CIRCLE Joan Michaels After Patricia Henderson Baumgartner Marcia Romsted Bay Melinda Foulke Beckwith Sandra Hadley Borneman Gretchen Hageman Bullock John M. Burns Charles L. Byrum Walden E. Dalbey Tod Eberle Frederick M. Green Judith Peterson Greene Melinda Herbert Greenlee Geoffrey T. Hatch Donna Walker Hawk Mary Coyle Hughes Grace Laury Jarvis Patricia Grubb Jenkins Sharon McCall Jenson Joseph C. Johnson Linda Coleman Johnson Evelyn Gravesen Keever Robert B. Kleemeier Michael B. Lett Betty Wilkening Luce John R. Lusk Nancy Norberg MacGregor Robert J. Macoy Carol Harper Marsh George M. Marsh James R. Means Edith Leherissey Miller William C. Miller Carolyn Schrank Mugge Kenneth R. Muse Margaret McGleish Muse Donald B. Myers, Jr. Alice Weyeneth O’Brien Michael F. O’Brien Susan Lager Osborne Frederick O. Paige Pamela Lott Paige Hesychios Demetrios E. Peppas Carol Brown Phemister Annette Wahl Ramos John M. Repp Virginia Myre Rockwood Philip A. Roper Douglas L. Rossiter Jane Penman Schroeder Steven D. Shattuck Doris Roesener Southerland Ralph H. Starkey Cynthia Batts Summers Lewis C. Kip Weldon, Jr. Sara Pasco Williams Joyce Dixon Wilson-Sanford Ferris L. Winterberg Robert J. Wulff CONTRIBUTORS Melinda McCracken Alcorn Martha J. Anderson Elizabeth Moe Andes Richard E. Bean Ann Roettig Becker Suzanne Schurmeier Bible John A. Blake Ruth Sherman Bullock Donna L. Calame Margaret Butts Clarke Carol Hector Cornwell Carol Smith Cutler Beth Hunter Dalton Susan Steffey Davies Mitchell H. Farber John M. Field Arthur F. Gardner, Jr. Jeffery A. Gough Marianne W. Green Marilyn McClure Green Barbara Gustafson Gundrum Franklin D. Horner Bill R. Hubble Arlene Harlow Jacobs Frank C. Jacobs Robert W. Jacobs Cheryl Sorenson Jamison Edwina Challinor Kintner Mary MacMillan Korff Thomas W. Korff Robert B. Kottkamp Colby H. Kullman Ann Fairchild Lawrence Carl R. Lindberg Jay K. Lutz Philip E. Meyer Anne Hastings Murray Owen J. Neighbours III Herbert D. Northcutt, Jr. Jerry M. Owen Donna Cordes Prevedell Marjorie Rackow Reichart Janet Williams Roessler Richard T. Roessler Ruey J. Ryburn Ronald L. Shiffler Marianna Stoica Shoemaker Virginia Vogel Simmons Robert H. Springer, Jr. Patricia Beadles Swayne Laurence G. Tidrick Lorrin Woodcock Watson Fred N. Wendelboe Brian G. Wicke Lynda Mitchum Wilhelmus Robert S. Winterhalter Susan Ervin York SPECIAL GIFTS James R. Bartlett Susan Bartelsmeyer Bartlett Marcia Romsted Bay Keith W. Keppel William H. Watson REUNION COMMITTEE: William J. Baier Sally Crowden Barrett Janet Robison Berger Daniel C. Blaney Carol Endicott Brown Andrea Caperell-Grant John T. Casey H. Groves Cooke III James W. Dutton Thomas O. Erb Martin F. Farrell Margaret Frankenfeld Gauch Tim A. Grodrian Joseph A. Guirreri Kenneth D. Handley Carol Martin Hapke R. Randolph Hatch Nancy Forester Hayes Suzanne Anderson Hoover Heidi Schultz Huizenga John H. Huneke III Diane E. Ireson Kay Daugherty Klunder Catherine Hein Martin David M. Martin Wayne L. Nelson James A. Readey Kara Knight Schmitt Nancy Stewart Surber Thomas R. Teegarden Harding E. Van Schaack Alan K. Wells ANNUAL FUND: $184,712 DONORS: 185 PARTICIPATION: 38% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** R. David Hoover ◆ Suzanne Anderson Hoover ◆ Heidi Schultz Huizenga OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Barbara Koepke Cornelsen Susan Dohrmann Moore Robert Gray Palmer ◆ Craig R. Stokely Randolph H. Stokely ◆ William H. Watson CHARTER CIRCLE** Donald B. Aslan Dennis L. Barrett ◆ Sally Crowden Barrett Thomas Arthur Drew ◆ John H. Huneke III ◆ James A. Readey ◆ Nancy Stewart Surber FOUNDERS CIRCLE Peter T. Allen Sarah Hauck Allen ◆ William J. Baier ◆ John T. Casey ◆ Ann Barrow Cook Lynn Bresnahan Cooper Michael J. Demaray ◆ James W. Dutton ◆ R. Randolph Hatch Jon E. Heine Wm. Finley Klaas M. Lee McDermond, Jr. Thomas L. Metz William S. Parker F. Garret Pfleeger Marcia Swearingen Pfleeger JoAnn Russell Plenge Charles L. Rouault Elizabeth Hamilton Smith Gustav E. Staahl, Jr. ◆ Thomas R. Teegarden John A. Thomas PATRONS CIRCLE Barbara Strasser Adams Richard A. Adams Diane E. Anderson ◆ Daniel C. Blaney William D. Bucher A. Claire Childress ◆ H. Groves Cooke III Frank H. Dewey Charles M. Gadd, Jr. Barbara Ferrell Gaines David E. Grass ◆ Tim A. Grodrian William A. Grossman Daniel T. Hasbrook Robert O. Hausser Jack M. Hogan ◆ Diane E. Ireson Jean Gossard James Brenda Dunfield Johnson Thomas E. Kerr III Carol Pritz Kyhos Jeannine Buchanan Lish Janis Zipf Maeder Michael C. Maeder ◆ Catherine Hein Martin Ronald S. Miller Michael F. Rapp Abbey Bishop Riley Beth Ritter Schermer Daniel L. Schermer ◆ Kara Knight Schmitt Nancy Weir Selby Timothy H. Selby Daniel S. Smith ◆ Alan K. Wells Linda Harris Young Steven J. Young BUILDERS CIRCLE Janet V. Andrews Constance Nagle Bachert Frederick E. Bachert Richard M. Beaty Anne Kabel Blount Charles E. Blount, Jr. Elizabeth Witler Bosin Charles L. Briggs Barbara Vance Buroker Mary Koontz Burrier Sarah Mills Butzin ◆ Andrea Caperell-Grant Mary Zeluff Chandler Harry G. Dandelles Harry C. Dees, Jr. Leigh Pengelly Donaker ◆ Thomas O. Erb John M. Ferguson Gerald T. Frazier Joseph M. Gardewin John P. Godwin Kenneth H. Golden Richard A. Hall Russell S. Hardt John L. Harris William A. Hazleton Ann Montgomery Jones ◆ Kay Daugherty Klunder Nina Shields Koelpin Patricia Nicewander Krieg Albert H. Larson III John M. Mason, Jr. Lexy C. McCulloch Marcia Jensen Nelson ◆ Wayne L. Nelson Kent C. Ober James L. Oblinger Jeffrey P. Petertil Suzette Rawlings Powell Donald S. Schauwecker John E. Smith Ralph E. Spelbring Barbara Creel Stephenson Judith Fernald Sturmer Linda Erf Swift Michael Thomasson ◆ Carole Thorlton Gorsich Phyllis Manring Truesdell Jane Kenney Turnbull ◆ Harding E. Van Schaack Stephen D. Williams Susie Palmer Wise CONTRIBUTORS Constance Weimer Asbury Brenda J. Bailey ◆ Janet Robison Berger Wendy E. Browder Susan Cranmer Bryant Carol Henvis Dempsey William H. Dempsey, Jr. Jaclyn Sehrt Doty Wendell R. Drew Robert W. Emmaus ◆ Martin F. Farrell Candace Mitchell Foster Sandra Garriott-Stejskal J. Michael Greer Helen Otterman Guisler Stephen W. Hadley Victoria Mayfield Hall Nancy J. Holsapple Karen Burkhardt Holy John V. Horton Carole Chaney Hyde Jeanne Lowery Jackson T. Scott Johnston Connie Wilson Kessler Pamela Romence Kinser Clare Kirby Peter R. Linkow Judith Bender Long Seelye Burr Longnecker W. David Longnecker Susan Steele Marquez Pamela A. McKee Carolyn Belknap Metcalf Barbara Trimble Mortimore Marjorie Whitehouse Munson Jon E. Newcomb Joe R. Newlin Nancy Decosted Niehaus Diane Best Nosek Jody Schoenwetter Orthey Robert W. Orthey James L. Puckett Carol Parish Robinson Gregory D. Rodd Linda Wells Rootes Gary W. Schlegel Ann Pate Stanchina Suzanne Wycoff Strutt James M. Taylor Karen M. Taylor David J. Thoennes Deborah Schade Thomas Susan Innes Trudell Scott J. Vitell, Jr. Lee Zink White Blanche Hester Wicke Dianne Senger Williams Victoria Stembridge Woodward GIFTS IN HONOR OF Jean McNeill Kaulakis SPECIAL GIFTS R. David Hoover Suzanne Anderson Hoover Gregory T. Mutz

1968

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Nancy J. Geiss Bruce M. Montgomerie ANNUAL FUND: $195,734 DONORS: 167 PARTICIPATION: 33% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Karen Ogren Sanger Stephen W. Sanger OLD GOLD CIRCLE** John P. Douglass James R. Feutz Carol Boardman Hittle dec Susan Campbell McCully Pamela Lorman Peternell Arthur L. Rice Lynn Davies Rice Lynn Kinsey Stokely CHARTER CIRCLE** Verna L. Baughman Susan Lange Brown Benjamin Diesbach David C. Harbottle Ruth Russ Huneke Christine Hill Koukola Karen Olander Skerrett Douglas A. Smith FOUNDERS CIRCLE Ann Wilhoite Brilley Jack Dalenberg Gretchen Benedek Feemster Timothy S. Feemster James A. Fisher Jeffrey E. Fisher ◆ Nancy J. Geiss Kathleen McKay Gilbert Steven P. Grossnickle Susan Chesterfield Jackson William N. Keadey, Jr. Diana J. Mackie Frank H. McCracken, Jr. Anne Frankel McDermond ◆ Bruce M. Montgomerie David E. Muschler Jon E. Socolofsky Susan Katchka Staelin William R. Van Bokkelen James C. Wohlleb PATRONS CIRCLE Carol Klinker Attig Thomas G. Attig Jane Arterburn Bucher Stephen H. Cagle Jack B. Campbell Richard T. Carlin Michael D. Dixson Robert F. Flickinger Marilyn Lightner Grodrian Noel Lei Hayashi David C. Jensen Cynthia Morris Kipker Patricia Young Miller Robert R. Schlueter Sue Lett Showalter Nancy Husband Simpson C. Richard Walker, Jr. Thomas W. Walsh Stuart B. Watson

1967

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Ann Barrow Cook Carole Thorlton Gorsich Craig R. Stokely

Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
BUILDERS CIRCLE Rebecca Roush Aikman Carolyn Timmons Akers Anne Tharpe Alston William C. Alston III Raymond R. Arvay Paul M. Bierbaum, Jr. William D. Boyd James A. Burrier Nancy Wolf Carns Stephen A. Carns Rebecca Collins Carter Karen Lind Folland Sarah Sorensen Foster Marsha Fralick Anne Meadows Gottbrath Jane Caldwell Griffin Stephen C. Grubbs C. Frederick Haigh Nancy Haas Hawkins Jeffrey L. Henry G. William Higbee Heather Cibulka Higbee Margaret Adolphsen Holmberg Jane Broyhill Houser Jean Olson Kelminson Cheryl Slagell Kinsinger Anne Roberts Krause David W. Lamont Janet Rose Larson Walter J. Larson Virginia Cook Lester Donald J. Lewis Thomas R. Lininger Susan Farquhar Lipchak Jay P. Marshall II William K. Massie, Jr. Connie Delawter Miller C. Scott Molden Jane Heineman Molden Roberta Clinton Murry Peg Newman Margaret Chapman Partridge Robert H. Partridge S. Candace Peterson Molly Morgan Phinny Ann Cunliff Polster Carl C. Polster Eric Robertson Ralph H. Saunders, Jr. Robert M. Skallerup, Jr. Paul Douglas Smith Jane Oliver Southard James M. Sparks Robert F. Stayman Judith Ward Stillwell John J. Stimson, Jr. Nancy Englehart Stimson David L. Terry Ann Kainz Tvaroha John T. Van Meter Susan Minick Vonsild Janie Whittaker Wendelken Marietta May Willman CONTRIBUTORS Patricia Englum Bader Victoria Ware Bean Carol Torrens Boucher Jill Bowman Linda Wyatt Brennan Thomas E. Brown Mary Martin Canada Richard M. Faner Anita Thompson Ford Sandra Dixon Forrest Diane Pearson France Lin M. Fredrickson John J. Germanotta Jon R. Gresley Mari McGaughey Greves Kathleen Gross Horton Charles F. Isaacson Ruth Butterfield Isaacson Wayne G. Jeronimus Jean P. Johnson M. Kip Kistler Susan H. Kosinski Marcia H. Lake Alfon W. Larson Thomas D. Leidy Shirley Zivich Mertz Susan Goff Minihan Thomas E. Odell Timothy W. Olson Laurel Rasplica-Rodd Sharon Mitchell Renfro Christine Van Nada Riggle Gary N. Roggenkamp Paul C. Schulz, Jr. Karen Knudsen Schwepler Mickey May Shemansky Martha Drake Shiffler J. Stuart Showalter Bruce P. Spang Ronald G. Stevens James G. Sturrock Kathryn Klim Sturrock Lucia Anderson Summers Linda Stockstill Vonder Haar Anne Briscuso Whiteley Olwen Twyman Wright GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Carol Boardman Hittle Susan L. Saunders SPECIAL GIFTS Molly Morgan Phinny Margaret Sheridan Schmidt Robert A. Schmidt CHARTER CIRCLE** William L. Brown III Grey M. Emmons James H. Fletcher Mason P. Jett Susanne Hanna MacTavish Robert C. Moore Sarah Proctor Moore Phyllis Gilbert Smith FOUNDERS CIRCLE Mary E. Althaus Michael L. Baldwin Linda Spreen Budelsky Neil W. Budelsky John R. Current Sarah Katterhenry Dutton T. Bruce Fox Penelope Morse Keadey Duane M. Kelley Nancy Van Sickle Kent Samuel A. Kocoshis John S. Marlatt Richard B. Marvin Thomas L. McCormick John F. McWethy Stephen M. Murray Thomas M. O’Neil S. Russell Sylvester Frederick Tucker III William J. Wieland Mary Glick Wilson Christopher J. Wurster Linda Whitaker Young PATRONS CIRCLE June Scott Barber Jean Denton Brubeck Timothy F. Campbell Roberta Graef Carlin Cheryl Mackey Colby Pamela Bond Dixson Pamela Vance Ely Thomas C. Ely Vicki Lind Ferringer James H. Gerhold Suzanne Carroll Gerhold Robert J. Gregg Paula Jennings Hartman J. Denny Haythorn Nancy Priess Heilman Tom K. Heilman Holly Munchoff Kendig Kathleen McIntyre Lewis Patricia Ross-Polito Glenn E. Schreiber Tyler B. Somershield Richard E. Wehnes Robert A. White BUILDERS CIRCLE Gerald A. Ambrose Barbara Blecha Arvay Jon A. Brictson Holly Gaden Bushnell John C. Campbell Roberta Cochran Christman Alan B. Cloe Donald A. Coffin Robert V. Crane William B. Doepke Dale Brumbaugh Dowlen Susan Campbell Foster Roberta Hallan Frey Thomas F. Frey, Jr. Janet Lam Gessert Lynn Ochiltree Heaton Charles O. Hershey J. Richard Heys Timothy B. Hornbacker Alan M. Hux Paula Drake Ilardo Michael K. Irwin Janet L. Jones Karen Hidy Joyce Allan K. Kaste Carol Portle Kleemeier Larry D. Lankton Rachel Bourland Lankton Barbara Odt Lewis Charles A. Merriman John G. Meyer III Ann Bauld Newton Robert M. O’Neil J. Ronald Oehler William D. Pennell Brian C. Phipps Jeffrey L. Pytlarz L. Dean Samuel Judy Chupp Schubert Richard L. Schubert Marcia Stackhouse Scull William H. Shippee Mary Petticrew Smalling John W. Sorenson Robert M. Steele Lawrence P. Taylor Peter N. Thompson Roy M. Van Cleave Lawrence E. Welker CONTRIBUTORS Norman M. Anderson Douglas K. Brown Cynthia Croneigh Burrell Nancy Hilliger Coan Anita M. Deckard Margaret A. Detrick Pamela Shields Diddie Jean Stephens Dudley C. Elaine Dunbar Carol Morton Fletcher Martin P. Foster Dorotha Wilson Gauger James R. Gillhouse John B. Gross, Jr. F. Allen Hester Larry R. Horning Susan K. Hurst Stephen C. Jones Susan Keehn Victoria Elliott Lazear W. Randolph Lazear Robert L. Levy Karen Kolthoff Lewis Charles A. Moore Kerry P. Moskop Niki Lee Mott Allen R. Musheno J. Michael O’Connell Judith Degitz O’Connor Karen Pratt Peiffer Caroline Follansbee Redington Timothy A. Seale Kent A. Shirley Mary Smoot Steinbrecher Elizabeth Brooks Tisdale Robert S. Tongren Rebecca Morris Tucker Frederick P. Velde Barbara Pyle Ward Sandra Joyce Ward Derrick L. Warner Raymond Williams GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Clarice Kinsey Bair GIFTS IN HONOR OF Barbara White Parker SPECIAL GIFTS Barbara White Parker Fredrick W. Parker II Richard E. Schulte Denny Manning Solso Tim Solso EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Michael L. Smith OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Robert G. Casey Carol Prentice Crist Christine Collyer MacDonald James S. MacDonald ◆ James E. Robinson CHARTER CIRCLE** Roberta O. Barnes Craig C. Grannon Charles M. Harris Marie Rhine Harris Susan Marshall Reck James J. Roscoe Cynthia Van Tassel Yeo Thomas S. Yeo FOUNDERS CIRCLE Dale A. Barrett John P. Beall James A. Christman Richard A. Dean Peter M. Donahower Judith A. Edstrom Sheila Steinbach Engel Catherine Huff Gottfred Karl R. Johnson, Jr. Margaret Diaz Luderer Barbara White Pierce Douglas F. Reed John N. Rooks G. David Voges ◆ Jane Grissom Whitesides Diana Buckthal Winston Bruce A. Wohlfeld PATRONS CIRCLE R. David Bray Larry Robert Downs Sharon Schmidt Heckel Steven Arthur Holt Noel D. Humphreys Douglas C. Jones Anne Beekman Kraege Richard C. Kraege Dale Hanscom Krone Edward V. Lauing, Jr. Ronald D. Luther Cynthia Lorman Martin David A. Martin George A. Meier Nancy Martin Podurgiel Cynthia Adolphsen Rasp Charles C. Roberts Donald J. Schulte Margaret McTague Smith Warren S. Stanley Elizabeth Kaiser Walker R. Scott Walker Sue A. Webb BUILDERS CIRCLE Ann Flachmann Babington Thomas A. Bowman Stephen D. Boyce Margaret Palo Boyles Karen S. Brown Jonathan F. Bushnell, Jr. Nancy Ayars Clifford Loryne McCoy Coffin Geoffrey N. Coleman Tommy L. Collins Geoffrey M. Daly Thomas C. Dascoli Donald T. de Camp A. Trent Detamore Calvin Detrick III Lucia B. Duncan

1969

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Lynn Reuss Bohmer William L. Crist Alison E. Frost ANNUAL FUND: $101,645 DONORS: 156 PARTICIPATION: 26% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Denny Manning Solso Tim Solso OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Emily Beaman Beals ◆ William L. Crist Richard L. Fanyo ◆ Alison E. Frost C. Rick Miller Janel Howell Miller

1970

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: James E. Robinson Jane Grissom Whitesides ANNUAL FUND: $97,582 DONORS: 171 PARTICIPATION: 33%

“The Michael L. Smith Endowed Management Center Internship provided assistance during my internship with a small firm in New York City in my junior year. I grew so much professionally and personally while living and working in New York. I gained knowledge about the operation of a successful business and benefited from a very high level of interaction with my colleagues and even the top management. It was a life-changing experience and a highlight of my DePauw education.” – Aundrea N. Patton ’07

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Priscilla Hedges Duncan Kathryn A. Everman Willard J. Frederick Jacqueline Terry Gedrose Margaret Lavidge Gosselink Sheri Little Gow Sharon Garner Hardern Barbara Beal Hendricks Dan L. Hendricks Virginia Dalton Heyburn Diane S. Kartalia Grace Roselyn Kerlin Josh F. Lancaster Sarah Robinson Lister Thomas E. Lister Diane Hotham Mark Melinda Adams Massie Gail M. McFaddin Carolyn Martin Meyer Francis F. E. Morse James R. Newman John B. Norberg Beverly Steinhagen Oliver Robert C. Oliver, Jr. Jane Henry Pearson Wiley H. Pearson Marjorie Lentz Porter Susan Fluharty Regan Jeffrey L. Rhoades Catherine Walz Rundle Michael R. Schramm Nancy Brady Shafer Scott W. Shafer Janet Klickna Shupe Suzanne Barker Sjostrom Charles H. Southwick Nancy Herbert Southwick Thomas G. Spiece Jay Forrest Stannard II Kay Peterson Styrkowicz Elizabeth McNabb Swanson William R. Syverson Jan Miltenberger Terry Mary Kilgore Vallad Robert E. Wall David S. White Robert C. Wilson Dwight S. Woessner CONTRIBUTORS Stephen W. Bridge Ruie Osmundson Chehak Marilyn Ehman Dallet Joan Reamer Daugherty James M. Dietz Thomas G. Durham George E. Felton, Jr. James R. Fletcher Nancy Zippel Gloe Carolyn A. Grove Denise Hilliard Gudger Janet Schroeder Hall Thomas D. Hanlon Charles T. Hodgin Rebecca Allbritten Hodgin Gerald H. Hoffman Amy Chen Hsiao Dana Alu Kennedy Laura B. Landrum Roger S. Lawton Leslie Henkel Lehner John F. Liechty Alberta Finch Lyons Kara Matoi Mark Nancy Hutchinson McDowell Mary Gilbert Miller John C. Montgomery III Kathleen Miller Morley Kathy Newton-Nance R. Scott Norris Mary A. O’Brien Molly MacGreevy O’Connell Stephen J. Paquin Linda Wieser Patterson Kathryn Anderson Perry Elsie Ferguson Rafferty Nancy Reynolds Susan Knoef Rogers Randall S. Schauwecker Linda E. Schier Barbara Hermanson Schlawin Paul H. Schwendener III David E. Sheffield H. Charles Shively II JoAnn Murray Sorrell Karen Beardsley Taylor Perry L. Taylor, Jr. Linda Longnecker Thompson Cynthia Boyd Tuck Judy Heath Walker Susan Charlesworth Ward Kipling N. White Susann L. Wilkinson SPECIAL GIFTS Sally Reid Dinwiddie Charles C. Roberts Jamie McDaniel Schulte OTHER GIFTS Lawrence A. Johnson David N. Marks Joseph S. Northrop Marcia Utter Northrop Guilford L. Parsons William Curtis Schade Wrede Howard Smith, Jr. Stephan E. Weitzel Scott F. N. Wing BUILDERS CIRCLE Stewart I. Adam, Jr. Merritt K. Alcorn Cynthia Perin Annett William A. Baum Thomas R. Berg Thomas A. Berghausen Kay Edmunds Bierbaum Elizabeth A. Booth Cherry Caudle Bost Kathy Thornburgh Clark Jane Bragdon Doepke Michael P. Doyle E. Gabrielle Egger Marcia Cope Fleischman Doug Frantz Ann Ross Gamble Wendy B. Gifford Charles W. Goldner, Jr. Susan Dinsmore Goldner Edward M. Greene Lee B. Hawthorne III Joyce Clark Henriott Kay Heckman Hervey Marcia Fergus Hopkins David P. Jacobs John S. Jones William F. Kneeland, Jr. Kathryn Mason Lentz Jill Matthews LeVan Gregory L. Manifold Jane Everly Manning Melissa C. Martin Margaret Schatz Mayfield Stanley E. McCormack Deborah Woody Megginson Wynne Walker Moskop Margaret Means Newman George A. Purnell William G. Ries James E. Sanford Robert H. Shaykin John C. Sibrava Mary Phelps Sibrava Elizabeth Nelson Smith Patricia Roane Straube Steven W. Surbaugh Vicki Zink Thompson Nancy Smith Walker Elaine K. Weaver Georganne Miner Woessner CONTRIBUTORS David F. Baggerman John H. Barksdale Nancy K. Barnes William A. Bright Steven H. Brown Ann Heller Butler Sara Campbell Karen Turek Charen Barbara Bayless Close Thomas V. Close E. Fred Coan Barbara Boynton Connor Margaret Brown Cooch James E. Davis Pamela Sandberg Delnagro Lou Hollingsworth Dietz Mary Hudelson Dunkle Carol Dunigan Elpers Vera Rowings Evens Mary Kiernan Fannin John D. Frankel Mary Ganz Kathy Cornell Goodman Lida G. Gordon Molly Cadwallader Grossman Thomas G. Grossman Dallas R. Gulley Judith Talbert Hanlon Marilyn R. Heath Pamela Brown Hess Belisa Coulter Hogan Judith Bain Hollar Elizabeth Ryan Horgan William P. Horgan Margaret Horrigan Laurence A. Johnson Ladonna McNeff Kelly Helen Swank Kilker Ruth A. Kovac Janet Welch Kowalkowski Susan Shriver LaVine Judith Hawkinson Lefferdink Jack A. Lenhart Barbara Post Lewis Nancy Vititoe Mahoney Elizabeth Combs Merit Anna Evans Mitchell Gary W. Moehle John E. Morley, Jr. Lois Seward Murray Linda Moses Novak Raymond A. Paladino Louise Elliott Perez Marjorie Hampton Phipps Jimmy A. Proctor Don E. Prosser Constance Hawkes Reeves Brenda Norris Ritzhaupt Caryl Frauenhoff Rohol Wayne L. Schmidt Marsha Hardesty Shockley Rebecca O. Spangler Rebecca Pacay Steinmeier David A. Strickler Ralph C. Sullivan Margaret Hastings Teegardin Carol Shomo Velde Priscilla Petersen Wood GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Douglas L. Crichlow Mary L. McClain James B. Rogers SPECIAL GIFTS Bryan T. Burney Virginia Hays Burney Mark B. Dinwiddie, Sr. Katherine L. McQueen OTHER GIFTS Steven H. Fulton Sue Vickery Fulton Jane Schoenwetter Johnson John S. Jones ANNUAL FUND: $58,331 DONORS: 160 PARTICIPATION: 33% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Christopher A. DeGraw David C. Johnson ◆ Thomas R. Schuck CHARTER CIRCLE** William H. Arends Narda Greising Cotton Robert R. Cowie ◆ Alden C. Cummins Mary Holmes Emison Nancy Bartlett Hollingsworth Joan Erlandson Kiburz Neal E. Kitchell Christopher H. Penn Eric S. Smith Richard L. Tewksbury, Jr. O. Roderick Wilson FOUNDERS CIRCLE ◆ Deborah Aydelott James M. Boyle Cynthia Best Bradley Elizabeth Vonnegut Brubeck William E. Brubeck, Jr. Gerald F. Fitzgerald, Jr. James W. Gesler ◆ Philip G. Heyde Joanne Reiman Santoriello Roland Schinbeckler PATRONS CIRCLE James A. Campbell Frederick K. Donaldson Christin A. Fulton Anne Troxel Golden William P. Hamilton IV Carol Flummerfelt Helmling Kristina Nelson Hesbol Dennis B. Kelley Richard A. Lutes Leah Schulte Mannweiler Scott Allen McIlroy Heather Neier Harry E. Page, Jr. Carolyn Berger Parsons Mark A. Robertson John D. Sayre Nancy Phelps Seitz Vicki Vance Stanton Lynn Downing Underwood Mary Purnell Zapp BUILDERS CIRCLE Thomas R. Bain Susan J. Bresnahan Phillip A. Cheeseman Ellen Silva Chrapla J. Scott Deasy Kathy Scott Deasy Scott H. Decker Elizabeth Cole Dickerson W. Daniel Doty Nancy Matthei Garrigus Pamela Motter Greenway Sheryl Householder Hambidge John Y. Hamilton Craig R. Hedin Mark H. Hendrickson Lucinda Jones Hey Charles W. Hunter, Jr. James F. Kasper Marshall L. Kiel Kathleen Parson Klatt Kenneth A. Klatt Robert A. Kriscunas Margaret Rorschach Krumme Barbara A. Lehnhardt Jean Fletcher Maijala Barbara Mason Anne Beattie Maverick Christopher A. May Leslie Baird McDonald Gregory McGarvey William W. Montgomery Randall S. Moskop John F. Olson Mary Horton Overman Steven Scott Overman Roberta Cokinis Prichard Kenneth N. Ritz Colleen Sontag Robertson Thomas L. Root Alexandra Cary Rustan Connie Thompson Sayers Steven P. Schmidt Pamela Philbrook Shultz Robert H. Shultz Virginia Stickles Spring Melanie Terhune Swartzentruber S. Robert Trottmann III J. Scott Tucker CONTRIBUTORS Carolyn Borges Allen Linda Gustavson Barksdale Lindsay Whitaker Berge Janice Huntington Bright Laure Nickels Burgess James B. Burroughs Kathleen Mendenhall Burroughs Deborah R. Clark Melinda Miller Clark Virginia Gard Davies Sarah Ryrie Davis William R. Eberle Deborah Rogers Emerson Donald E. Fedor Sallie Martin Foley Elise Metelmann Fortman Patricia Elrod Gagne David S. Greenfield David H. Hannah Martha Musser Hannah Eric R. Heller Megan Trovillion Heller Claudia Jackson Hilligoss Margaret Hutchison Pearl Foster Rebecca Rennecker Jackman Nancy Tuttle Jeffers Meredith Knowles Jenkins Joseph A. Kacmar Katherine Roberts Keenan James A. Kilker Linda Bellinger Kinnett Kerry D. Kries Glenn C. Larson Constance Ryan Lathrop Brenda Depew Laurel Pamela Schnacke Macura Mary Hickcox Magura John B. McFadden Camille Inman Mealy D. Thomas Mellin Sharon Anderson Mellin Rebecca Wheat Mrugacz Wade R. Nichols David M. Parry John M. Patten Sylvia Thale Patten Kathryn Schurz Peters Mila Flickinger Pierce Richard G. Piper Judith Davis Pomeranz Richard E. Pound

1971

ANNUAL FUND: $82,087 DONORS: 156 PARTICIPATION: 31% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Susan Leet Smith PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Donald E. Town OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Carolyn Russ Robinson CHARTER CIRCLE** Edward B. Blair, Jr. S. Page Cotton, Jr. James W. Emison ◆ Joe Gregory Hollingsworth James F. Lininger Craig L. McGaughey John T. Neighbours Vicki Noe Nunery William R. Nunery Richard A. Reck Anne Korb Shane FOUNDERS CIRCLE Anonymous Zack F. Bettis, Jr. John P. Doan Laurie Duncan-McWethy Shaun O. Higgins Wm. Peter Horst Frank L. Hussey III Janice Pahl Kern Deborah Zonsius Lane Lynne A. Tweedie PATRONS CIRCLE Barbara Broadbent Collins Linda J. Coveleskie Thomas L. Greenough III Sharon Hammill Humphreys A. Richard Kriegsman Mikella Kaiser Lowe

1972

CLASS CHAIR: Thomas R. Schuck REUNION COMMITTEE: Deborah Aydelott Alden C. Cummins Philip G. Heyde Deva J. Scheel

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Jeannette Nesbitt Radford John W. Redsecker Linda Jordan Ruane Nancy Fletcher Schauwecker ◆ Deva J. Scheel Robert G. Schussler Melinda Littleton Simmons Marvine Cook Stamatakis Jane Kurath Strickler Amanda Mears Stroop Lenore Carlberg Tinsman Christopher L. Walker Derelle Watson-Duvall Thomas C. Werner Myra Bertelson Westfall Janet Bloom Wright Jeffrey M. Wright GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Theodore McNutt Englehart, Jr. Melvin Kenneth Tracht OTHER GIFTS Neal E. Kitchell Robert V. McMahon, Jr. Gayle Torian Meyer Kathryn A. Miller Robert D. Miller Ann Bragdon Oakes Martha Schuster Schinbeckler Bradley L. Sexauer Barbara Wasson Strawn Susan P. Stuart Lynn Halloran Yaeger PATRONS CIRCLE James N. Atteberry Thomas E. Bell Mark C. Beyer David S. Borgmann Charles S. Frick Thomas H. Gee Sarah Graser Gray Mark E. Hungate Mark E. Langner Kristen D. Phend Gordon L. Pittenger Bruce Ross-Shannon Patricia Hayden Slocum Suzanne Steubs Thompson Carson R. Yeager BUILDERS CIRCLE David C. Ahlgren Deborah Adams Ahlgren Leslie Kennedy Bender William R. Buckley Candace Judah Butler Lynn Liebig Cheeseman G. Walter Christopherson Janis Sigler Den Herder Alison Van Nada Donaldson Frank C. Donaldson, Jr. Elizabeth Cooney Englbrecht William N. Hardy Edward F. Harlan Sally Spohr Hawthorne William R. Hemmig Gail Ritchie Henson David E. Hickman Margaret Moore Horton Richard G. Horton Claudia Theidel Hunter Anne Getty Kelvin Suzanne Trimble Kiel John B. Kniesly Jean Hereford Larson David F. Lau Dwight E. Matthews John S. Moffet Mary Murray Murray Hall Janie Blackburn Norberg Margaret E. Piety Mary Schaffer Poole Tina L. Rzepnicki Bradley N. Stoops Cynthia M. Todd Carol Frees Watkins Donald L. Weimer Rebecca Jones Weimer Cynthia Stidham Welch Gary E. Whitaker Matilda J. Wilhoite Steven P. Wirth ◆ Wendy Ferguson Wright Kimberlee Tweedy Young CONTRIBUTORS Janet Huelsen Abri Thomas E. Ainlay, Jr. Paul M. Beck, Jr. Rebecca A. Behling Allen A. Bell, Jr. Gloria Routt Beswick Trudi L. Boyd Christina Preston Brennan Cynthia S. Brinker Phillip W. Brown Karen Furlong Childs George E. Clift Susanne Head Conover Hilda Gudmundsson Davis David R. Day Stephen A. Deutsch Patrick R. Doherty Craig E. Ethier Susan Galloway Galloway Susan Ethier Gevaert Peggy Ann Girton Michael T. Harves Margaret Ispas Hennessey Scott Hitchcock Michael S. Humphries Debra Alcorn Hutchens Gary W. Hutton Cynthia Goss Johnson Ruth Weber Johnson Jean Pounds Kasl John C. Korschot Ernest F. Kreutzer, Jr. Jackie Nave Kreutzer M. Christine Kriebel Elizabeth Wagstaff LaBolt Reid B. Ladenson Jody Earhart Lindquist Penelope Leitner Lisi Cristine Boswell Marchand Vicki Sturm McMurray Charles E. Meyer Rhonda Miller Karen Wichterman Molitoris Margaret Hosic Mowrey Jane Stephens Norris Robin Purkey Potvin Carol Zwissler Ridings Laura Carlstedt Rush Kathleen Brown Simkin Cheryl Haines Sinkovic Rudy G. Skorupa Andrea Sobbe Shelley Holmes Walker Craig C. Westfall Pamela Sanderson Whitt Kimberly Hodges Williams SPECIAL GIFTS William F. Carroll, Jr. Jeanne Sankey Grossnickle Thomas A. Roberts James B. Stewart, Jr. LEGACY GIFTS Julie Houk Goodrich Mark C. Mills

1974

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Judson C. Green Kathryn Fortune Hubbard ANNUAL FUND: $123,540 DONORS: 148 PARTICIPATION: 30% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** ◆ Judson C. Green ◆ Kathryn Fortune Hubbard PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Robert F. Sharpe, Jr. OLD GOLD CIRCLE** E. Webb Bassick IV W. Charles Bennett Andrea Hannon Brown James S. Cunning CHARTER CIRCLE** Florence E. Beatty Julie Read Hildebrand Sarah Strauss Krouse Lucinda Harshey Lempke Jean Gutting Lohoff Randy K. Lohoff Raymond G. Smith Elisa A. Turner Jack W. Wiley Christine Hosler Wilson FOUNDERS CIRCLE Janis Alling Adams Michael J. Christie Paul N. Dixon Michael S. McCrea Patricia Christiansen Petrick Roland T. Rust Ann Pace Sutton PATRONS CIRCLE Barbara Ross Atteberry Sarah Egly Ayers Richard J. Claycombe Sarah Robinson Coffin Virginia Colten-Bradley Linda A. Frauenhoff Nancy Milligan Frick Janet S. Henry Gary L. Klotz Nancy Lovett Philip C. Mitchell III Thomas Russell Mote Jean Baumgardt Reichenbach Donald H. Rosenbaum, Jr. Victoria Kensek Ross

Fred J. Simon John Michael Slocum William H. Tucker Scott D. Wright Debra Banzhaf York BUILDERS CIRCLE Katherine Hight Bain Curtis E. Beason C. Lee Bridges Andrew J. Brown Betsy Steffen Brown Daniel E. Brunette Donna Fordice Bushong Christine Niles Cancelmo Allen M. Cary Michael A. Davis Deborah Johnson Downs Robert W. Emmert Steven A. Erickson John K. Flickinger Jane Moore Freyfogle Barbara Bowen Hale Dane L. Hartley Ann Hendrix Hedde Donna Nees Hemmig Daniel K. Herrel Patricia Aldrich Hillis David R. Holmes Sheryl Carlson Holmes Pamela S. Howell Judith A. Jacobs Sherryl Davis Kasper Richard A. Konzen Patricia Spain Lord Eugene R. Mancini Brian G. McElheny James D. Moore Neil R. Oslos Stephen W. Perkins Stacy S. Racz Jane H. Schussler Larry E. Scott Susan Scott Simon Brian J. Stogdill Peter M. Stragand Kevin O. Sweeney Jeanette M. Temple Janice Morfee Wark Julie Smith Wiehl Melanie Millis Wissel CONTRIBUTORS Kathy D. Abbott Martha Baxter Akers Carolyn Slutz Baranouskas Sue E. Bell Richard W. Bennett Eleanor Neuhoff Berghausen James D. Berghausen

1973

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Elizabeth Burnett Boulet Marilyn Shultz Evans Julie Houk Goodrich Brian W. Welch Wendy Ferguson Wright ANNUAL FUND: $86,891 DONORS: 159 PARTICIPATION: 29% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** James B. Stewart, Jr. OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Barrett L. Boehm Cynthia Diller Gray CHARTER CIRCLE** R. J. Anthony William F. Carroll, Jr. Robert D. Franks ◆ Julie Houk Goodrich Barbara Albrecht Hocking Scott T. Hocking Douglas M. Long Anne Zonsius Martin Edward B. Martin Carla Bauer Rentrop Paul L. Runnels Lee M. Sisler Lois Eberle Tewksbury Elizabeth Page Van Wagener John L. Vander Schilden Thomas K. Vandiver Susan Vaughn ◆ Brian W. Welch FOUNDERS CIRCLE John W. Adams ◆ Elizabeth Burnett Boulet Rebecca A. Brewer Deborah J. Daniels David L. Emison Sander L. Esserman ◆ Marilyn Shultz Evans Marilyn G. Genther Virginia Law Henke Mark B. Holt Mark E. Howard Kathi Hancock Lee Paul A. Luther Margaret Osterhout Markley

Sally A. Booth John K. Burke Jevne Robert Conover, Sr. Susan Mottis Crichlow Thomas C. Cronau Nancy C. Durham Cathy East Early Pamela Simpson Fleece Nancy Nichols Fritts Melvin E. Geist, Jr. Mary Ruhling Gilbert Timothy T. Glidden Holly Schneider Gott Mary Bennett Graub Sandra A. Hamilton Mary Tuomi Hammond Michael C. Handlon Robert M. Hartigan Larry J. Hayes James R. Hendry Sally A. Hershey Joan T. Hillis David F. Isler Robin R. Jaeger Eric L. Lanzl Jane Larson Ann Kahrl Laudeman Samuel R. Laudeman, Jr. Marilyn Knapp Litt Barbara Conkling Mann Kevin R. McClellan Mona Shutt McConnaughey Joan D. McElin Julia Knipe Mills Karen Maier Niersbach William R. Niersbach, Jr. Deborah Holaday Palmer Nancy Christman Panthofer William M. Park John B. Prosise Gregory A. Reed R. David Rodems Laura B. Sanders Barbara N. Schweizer Kenneth R. Shepard Natalie Brown Shepard Phillip D. Smith Peter Bleier Stickler Peggy L. Swihart Michael A. Terry Michael J. Thomas Ralph H. Tookey Ruth G. Weston Paula Whitaker SPECIAL GIFTS E. Webb Bassick IV Judson C. Green Bruce P. Grossnickle Thomas Russell Mote

“I came to the DePauw School of Music primarily for the faculty, and I still keep in touch with some of my former professors. Much of what I do now as the music department chair at The College of New Jersey mirrors the education I received at DePauw. My internship in New York with the Metropolitan Opera was a highlight of my undergraduate experience.” – Suzanne L. Hickman ’75

1975

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Janet Crawford Schwartz Richard W. Schwartz ANNUAL FUND: $89,316 DONORS: 136 PARTICIPATION: 27% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** ◆ Joyce Taglauer Green OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Mark A. Emkes Roger K. McAlister ◆ Janet Crawford Schwartz ◆ Richard W. Schwartz ◆ Marcus R. Veatch

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
CHARTER CIRCLE** Jill Greene Suzanne L. Hickman Kathleen Snell Jagger Mark Z. Orr Glenn Todd Plymate Karen Horth Powers Nancy L. White FOUNDERS CIRCLE David B. Becker Carolyn Bednar-Good Robert L. Bever Stephen C. Brill Frank J. Clark Pamela A. Collins Elizabeth Koenig Demmings John A. England Kevin M. Flynn Kristine A. Iverson Jeffrey R. Johnson Bruce L. Mann William B. Semmer James D. Weddle Stacey Shepherd Weddle Jeanette Cochran Young PATRONS CIRCLE Larry S. Browning Mary J. Burtelow Yeo Clark J. Kevin Cogan Scott P. Granger Cheryl A. King Cynthia Capp Pittenger Sandra Watters Reinicker Marianna Soaper Wright BUILDERS CIRCLE Robin Ismond Boldt Katharine Hutchinson Boyer Margaret E. Chase Robert M. Colver Susan Kamm Connors Dan L. Doan Christopher C. Doran Janet Hardman Elliott Nancy Smith Ellis Tracy J. Ellis Ellen Husselman England Gerry L. Fathauer Mark A. Filippell Pamela J. Garland Robin J. Gaston Dawn Wedow Hart Linda Berkey Herrick Jeni Rhoads Houston Bradley J. Kinsey Nancy Pfeffer Lau Dennis G. Lydick Millicent Simonds McElheny Victoria Madden Meister Robert P. Mesalam II Gail Pulianas Miofsky Jeanne Behnke Mirro Peter D. Norberg Debra Bielenberg Orrock Teri Zimmer Parker Diane E. Phillis Mary L. Pierson Paul K. Pogue Paula Kendall Pritchard Lyn Seehausen Racz Charles J. Shields Bernard K. Smith Thomas L. Swanger David M. Tanner David N. Tucker Martha Scott Tucker Jeffrey P. Tuholski Anais Brown Webb Paul J. Wheeler Kathy Reigle Wildt William D. Wilson William H. Wissel Ann Cederblad Zielinski CONTRIBUTORS Robert A. Allen Lenna Harrison Allman Lauri Little Bayer Mark D. Behrendt Cynthia Higgins Billington Stanley L. Block, Jr. John W. Breck Denise Ward Brewer Parke M. Brewer David C. Carr Michael G. Chlebik Jo Walsh Doubet Susan Leopold Freeman Kathleen Parker Geist Robert A. Greising Lora Klus Harp Mary Eichelberger Hayes Janice Gooch Heipler Gregory A. Hinkle Patty McClure Hofmann Richard W. Hynson III Mary E. Jaeger John P. Kelly David P. Lancaster Holly Hildenbrand Lee Pamela White Lehman Noel Ottery Liberty Judith E. Long Amy Shields Mann Barbara Frownfelter Medders Anne Caldwell Mershad Devon E. Moon, Jr. Scott A. Moon Steven J. Moore Mary Parker Mutarelli Alfred P. Page III Barbara Campbell Pell Brenda Keith Regan Thomas J. Schuldt Stephen D. Sharp Caron Olson Stante Cynthia Boyd Steffens Janelle Rice Tague Joan Brown Ulrey Suzanne Schulze Walker Gregory A. Watts Katherine Whitlow Webster Michael P. Webster Thomas A. Westerholm Nancy L. Wicker SPECIAL GIFTS Joyce Taglauer Green Thomas L. Pearson Robert G. Vallee, Jr. CHARTER CIRCLE** Jo Schlesinger Anderson John B. Anderson Marc E. Cooper John R. Hammond III James N. Kleinschmidt Nancy Leis Kota Elizabeth Myers Plymate Nancy Gibson Prowitt Mary McCrea Simkins FOUNDERS CIRCLE Karen Erickson Calder Alexandra Lutzow Cole Rebecca Gernhardt Cox Nancy Bain Cunning Randall E. Curran Timothy J. Graham Glenda K. Guerri Kathryn A. Huber Lauren Meurisse Johnson Richard S. Johnson Stanley B. Kinsey Cynthia A. Maritz Pamela Downey Plouhar Susan A. Rising Peter E. Ritz Douglas H. Ruud John M. Stephen John J. Sterling Anne Harter Tobik Cynthia L. Vernon PATRONS CIRCLE Bruce T. Berkheimer Charles E. Bokar Meg Carey Born Jean Hellings Brinkmann Ronald J. Dean Kris Maroon Faulk Elizabeth Nesbit Halbert Gerald W. Hallett Jeffrey G. Jones Teresa Martella Kelly Steven D. Marlin Ellen S. Miller Jan B. Robitscher Jane Crum Seigel Steven M. Still Sara Crossman Stratton Patricia Hollister Sutton Jeannie Mulligan Swanson John D. Thornburg David M. Warner BUILDERS CIRCLE Diane Dredge Anderson Kimberly Johnson Arrington Marymae Gingrich Beaty Leon H. Bell III John C. Brinker Wendy Waggoner Bruestle David R. Duncan Karen Hardin Fedor Mark P. Gadson Patricia Haynes Gainey Ted A. Gibboney William A. Gray, Jr. Kenneth N. Hitchner Nancy Frebel Hoard Pamela Hathaway Horton Sharon Blythe Hu Jeannette Iles Joseph C. Jessup William E. John Jonathan C. Kasdan John R. Kinmonth, Jr. Christine Hewlett Kinsey Barbara Steele Kniskern Randy S. Kurek Steven J. Loring Thomas W. Mariner Gregory L. Mast Jennifer East Mast Carla J. Mathias Nancy Shafer Near David J. Nelson John L. Oberrieder, Jr. Marsha Gaugler Oberrieder Elizabeth McBride Olin David L. Oliver Patricia Pfahl Pruis Larry R. Raymond Julie Tsaros Rominger Kelvin L. Roots Bruce E. Sampson Teresa Kuebler Sampson Daniel A. Saver Sara Francis Saver Anita Pinson Schausten Jane E. Schoonmaker Susan Vogel Sevin Kathryn Reeves Shroder Timothy S. Simer Cheryl Cruea Tanner Philip W. Trammell Stephen C. Turley Leslie Routt Turner Deborah A. Ulrich Barbara Hamilton Wilson Martha Hawthorne Wolfe CONTRIBUTORS William G. Alberti Brian Bruce Baber Kenneth H. Behrendt Alan E. Bell Roger Dale Boyer Sarah Smith Breck Donna Morris Burroughs Pamela Schweizer Cameron John F. Chapin Susan Miner Cirigliano Vesta Stepniewski Demester Katherine Moddrell Deprey Kathryn Lewis Dierkes Suanne Hirschy Early W. Blaine Early III Carri Landis Engel Steven M. Erickson Jane Everhart Cynthia Bates Gamble Philip H. Godfrey II Margaret Kissling Greising Howard L. Hartman Nancy Stooker Hill Brenda Wright Hoffman Robin Ackerman Hruska Richelle Nauert Hughes Deborah Lauridsen Kleist Timothy Carl Lesch Gaye L. Llewellyn Mary Timms Mardiguian John Scott McConnaughey Amanda Beineke Meade W. Stiles Meredith Claude A. Mullins Linda Kampenga Mullins Linda Hartzler Murray David C. Ott Patricia Unger Pernicano Anthony L. Quinn Sarah Melton Radilla Jan Walton Rubsam Linda Andrews Saboe Sarah A. Sayger Barbara Hill Scruggs Thomas M. Sheasby William A. Shipley Frederick K. Teeter, Jr. Elizabeth Godfrey Terry Sandra Bekins Von Riesen Rebecca Fortenbery Widmer Carolyn Schnadt Wilson Julia Harper Woodrome SPECIAL GIFTS Richard S. Neville John H. Wallace Sarah Reese Wallace Thomas E. Robertson William H. Rohrer Rebecca L. Shedd Charlotte Mason Warner BUILDERS CIRCLE ◆ Tamara Boston Anderson Judith Splittorf Arnold Holly Moffat Barr Kevin L. Bazur Sue A. Beesley G. Kirk Bennett, Jr. Margaret Cash Bennett Mark F. Brower Elizabeth C. Burtelow Barrett J. Corneille Scott Layne Davis Peter M. Dayton Michelle Belval DeVito Debra Bavender Dougan M. Anne Driscoll Bonnie Combs Etters Elizabeth Hickey Figa Janet Marx Fortune ◆ Jamie Leschansky Fullenkamp Patricia Conner Gill Karen Cadieux Gissy Neil T. Goltermann Monty C. Grover Milo F. Hanke, Jr. Richard Leo Hellmich II Carter Hiestand III H. Allan Hull Richard A. Huser Catherine Schorey Irwin Anthony P. Isch Katherine L. Keck Kreg S. Kephart Carol Hughes King Josephine Simonds Kinmonth Michael R. Kinney Paul S. Kruse Neil J. Kurland Deborah Andersen Leipzig C. Linda Lundquist Leslie Butler Lydick Janice Carrigan Mains David W. Manly W. Tobin McClamroch Susan D. McCombs Mary McTague McDaniel Douglas R. McFarlan Susan Brown Meeneghan Susan Mobley Moore Carol A. Moyer Leslie Lindquist Neil Lynn Miller Nichols Katherine Roth Nunn Beth Granger O’Connell Steven L. Olson Linda M. Orlady Rebecca Hawk Roess Robert D. Romeril, Jr. Cynthia Norrick Sargent Charles W. Shook Clifford J. Shultz II Elizabeth Ogilvie Simer Blake H. Turner Wendell R. Walker Joel R. Walters Randy R. Wells ◆ Wendy Bockstahler Wickliff Paulette Bridenhager Worcester CONTRIBUTORS Donna Hollister Abbatiello Patricia Lasley Allen Barbara Murray Badgley Sara Coapstick Best

1977

CLASS CHAIR: Kim W. Suchy REUNION COMMITTEE: Tamara Boston Anderson Susan Compher Brubaker Jamie Leschansky Fullenkamp Virginia Roberts Holt John R. Jewett, Jr. Pamela A. Rons Alison M. Walker Wendy Bockstahler Wickliff ANNUAL FUND: $63,093 DONORS: 155 PARTICIPATION: 33% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Pamela R. Clinkenbeard Cynthia A. Gossett Steven W. Peterson Kevin M. Vaughn CHARTER CIRCLE** Paul S. Detlefs Linda K. Ernst ◆ John R. Jewett, Jr. Julie Reynolds King Robert L. Krouse R. Matthew Neff Peter D. Prowitt Melissa Tharpe Smith FOUNDERS CIRCLE Charles E. Barbieri Patricia Smith Choban Rebecca Reasner Cleveland David A. Fisher Katherine Koch Joyce William B. Koenig Gail Vanthournout Lanznar David S. Macpherson Steven T. Roess ◆ Pamela A. Rons Paul P. Secrest Colin P. Smith Lynn Beré Stine ◆ Kim W. Suchy L. Carr Trovillion, Jr. Deborah Hill Wyght PATRONS CIRCLE Julia Yanson Boswell Candace Clark Cady Walter G. Cox, Jr. Pamela Allen Diliberto John D. Hennette Richard B. Kotila A. Lawrence Lund III David S. Matthews Kimberly Powers Matthews Elisa Danco McClain William L. McClain Michael J. Neff Catherine Krumwiede Robertson

1976

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: John H. Wallace Deborah Riefe Wilson ANNUAL FUND: $124,955 DONORS: 164 PARTICIPATION: 34% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** ◆ John H. Wallace Sarah Reese Wallace ◆ Deborah Riefe Wilson R. Lee Wilson OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Judith Tanner Moon Richard S. Neville

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
G. Michael Brubaker ◆ Susan Compher Brubaker Kim Frank Carroll Janet Casey-Allen Patricia M. Cassiday Elizabeth Liederbach Coffman Dane R. Daugherty Richard S. Deutsch Randolph C. Elble Christine Watson Feichter Charlann Sandberg Handlon Patricia Seaton Hearson Jeffry L. M. Hendrix Karen Walker Holiday David J. Hruska David C. Kolbe Terry Zinkil Kretchman Barbara Taylor Lehmann Kathleen Auchter Leighton Joan Stoeckinger Maxfield Debra Johnson Meredith Judith Lanum Mohan Thomas C. Montgomery Gail Hoffman Perna Douglas B. Price Jean Pritchard-Nava Eloise Early Ritz Elizabeth Hirsch Shearer Cynthia Bailey Shemela Scott A. Shewalter Jan E. Steele Janet Whicker Stephenson Leta Brown Stoller Thomas N. Swift II Teresa Peters Thixton Michael M. Thompson John S. Tilford ◆ Alison M. Walker Miriam Ball Yutzy OTHER GIFTS John N. McHenry FOUNDERS CIRCLE Mark A. Ahlemann William B. Caskey Victoria E. Cornelius Arlene Burnside Crow Gregory A. Crow Mary Glover Dodds Randolph P. Fleck C. Robert Krebs Russell M. Schwartz Julia Kelly Smith Jeffrey J. Stengel Kimberlee Fitzgerald Taylor PATRONS CIRCLE Laura K. Bailey Jeffrey A. Boyll Robert R. Carpenter Sarah Holtzman Cartwright Anton G. Florian Mary Danielson Foxwell Eric W. Fredbeck Susan Gilbertson-Beadling Katherine Harcourt Hallett Steven J. Herr Richard H. Kelly Kurt E. Kingseed Elizabeth Barcus Leitch Andrew H. Madsen III ◆ Cecilia Maron-Puntarelli William David Pendl ◆ Salvatore J. Puntarelli, Jr. Jayne Knobbe Schultz Lisabeth Fortune Somerville Lynn Bryant Still J. Scott Troeger Robert C. Warren Lawrence J. Zelenz BUILDERS CIRCLE Stephen M. Aker Susan Haynes Austin Jody Witherspoon Barry Richard A. Bittles William Robert Bloss ◆ Christine Boeke Cary D. Bussema Ulysses M. Clayborn Linda Hoyt Curts James W. Davis Jane Lambert Doerge Judy Hurlbut Edge Bruce V. Gallup Ann Lancaster Giauque Sarah Jewell Gibson Patricia Strauss Grant Angela McFarland Green Jeffrey D. Hallgren Jarrell B. Hammond Carol Porter Hupp Christine E. Kaeser Constance Chadwick Kean Sara Keltsch Kenneth J. Kubat Jeanne Albrecht Kurtz Catherine Pfluger Lewis Michael G. Luegers John H. Lyle, Jr. Margaret Joyce Magnesen Linda Bailey Meyer Jeffrey R. Millard Vincent A. Moore April Scarpelli Mosser Katherine Gallant Nutt Anne Page David S. Pickard James L. Powers, Jr. Wayne A. Sayre Janet Butler Spadoni Larry C. Spears Donna J. Sprague

“I believe my time spent in the sorority was influential for my social development, particularly the etiquette I learned at Tri Delta dinners, as well as the opportunities for social interaction with members of fraternities and other sororities during pairings for campus social events, all of which positively influenced me and contributed to my success to this day.” – Liz Purdy ’79

Michael J. Morrison Barry L. Nelson Susan Leis Thiele PATRONS CIRCLE Bradford L. Anderson Debra Messenger Anderson Linda Woods Armlovich Kenneth W. Beadling, Jr. Steven E. Brown Sally Henning Carpenter Byron Wade Daugherty James A. Hall Carol Funk Ives Robert T. Ives Amy Breidenbach Johnston Cynthia Coridan Klee Sue Mueller Lanter Patricia Downey Lowe David W. Martin Ruth Chadwick Moore Mary Johnson Moran Kerry E. Notestine David A. Poggemeier Kathryn Jennings Radostits James K. Schoen Kim Holbrook Schoen Greta Morris Scodro Jean Rudolph Scott Carole Summers Shaw Jane Judkins Stegemiller Ann Tobin Whitney Dickson L. Whitney, Jr. Linda L. Wiland BUILDERS CIRCLE James H. Barrett Victoria Edwards Bennett Jane Corrado Biggar William D. Bischoff Arthur A. Bryant Larry A. Compton James R. Cramer Laura Anderson Cramer Mark A. Fowler Mary Pauszek Gallup David Martz Grant Anne Johnson Harris Mary P. Hellmann Sarah Harman Hunter Douglas E. Johnston Beth A. Lafferty Tracy N. Long Carolyn Kubec McClamroch Laura Evans Ringland Lovell L. Roe III William J. Roess Thomas B. Shearman III Robert Keller Staley Michael J. Stuart Blake S. Tollefsen Peter H. Utterback Dianne K. Vargo Nicholas A. Videka Paul A. Wright Jerilyn Heuss Yerkes Barbara Brown Young CONTRIBUTORS Joan Richardson Barritt Kathryn Hubert Beach Robert K. Beaumont Martha McClain Bell Pamela Kaczynski Blankenship Karen Luce Branding Charles D. Brooks Terri Gregory Brotze Kimberly Owens Browning Susan Koenig Brucks Kathleen Bensie Chapin Elaine K. Crabtree

Steve A. Steckler David C. Thomas Randall H. Veatch Rudolph F. Vogt III David M. Walker Yvonne Quarles Waller Mary Daeschner Warren Helen M. Weeks Sarah Kile Wells CONTRIBUTORS David S. Barritt Pamela O’Connell Bolt Shanna Underwood Bradford Brenda Newton Brown Joan Mullen Carlson Patricia Goodwillie Conde Cynthia Cox Curnutt John M. Donnelly Janet Kolb Emison Kris A. Hayden Susan Showalter Hayden Kathy Romack Hoffman Kevin W. Horn George K. Jeffers, Jr. Jane B. Jewett Barry L. Klipsch Julie Ehman Knostman Nancy Wegener Kwiat Nancy Anderson Lary Deborah Triebel Loyd Gary C. Martin Karol Mason McIntosh Patricia James McMahan Nancy Emmert McNab Michele Lariviere Moon Mona S. O’Rear Cynthia Halter Oberlin Jack T. Oberlin Carrie Phillips Quinn Michael D. Ricks Scott A. Ritchie Laura Adamson Selm Donald S. Smith Kerry Tracy Smith William L. Stearns Kimberly J. Stewart

Louise Harrop Strack Anne Christy Taylor Barbara Kieras Underhill James S. Wilkins Sharon Thomas Williams SPECIAL GIFTS Jeffrey H. Jacobs James L. Powers, Jr. Michael G. Stout J. Scott Troeger LEGACY GIFTS ◆ Ingrid Grujanac Kay

Alicia L. Dailey Marybeth Hucek Downey Marianne Eckhart Rita Hamilton Evans Leslie Dustman Fenwick Rebekah Phillips Folkens Christine L. Fullgraf Maria-Matilde Pieters Gray Juanita Puckett Hammes Linda Johnson Hammond Jill Faller Hardy Bruce A. Haupert John D. Hixon Leslie Bates Johnson Julia Smith Keepper Barbara J. Kelleher Peter B. March Julia Calhoun McLaughlin Theresa E. Melloh Gregory D. Morrow William S. Myers Ward M. Neff Pauline Prince Steven D. Ray Laura A. Rogers Keith J. Sanborn Timothy E. Sellers Jennifer Nichols Skodinski Deborah Capp Spartz James A. Stevens Cheri Rolland Stone Nancy Duesing Takaichi Jann Lemenager Totzke David J. Truelove Joe H. Vaughn Denise Coyne Wilson Katherine Williams Wineberg SPECIAL GIFTS Shelley Scott Stout Steven L. Trulaske

1978

1980

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Charles W. Foxwell Greg T. Greenwood Kristine Hoffman Cecilia Maron-Puntarelli Salvatore J. Puntarelli, Jr. Mark Small ANNUAL FUND: $65,310 DONORS: 141 PARTICIPATION: 25% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** James R. Gates OLD GOLD CIRCLE** David S. Goltermann David L. Harlor Elisabeth C. Meeker CHARTER CIRCLE** Mary Morrison Ardington Susan Suckow Barkhausen Jane Brazes Funke Mark W. Grannon ◆ Greg T. Greenwood Melanie Thexton Hall Douglas S. Hynden Melanie Nicklas Hynden ◆ Ingrid Grujanac Kay Lee Loving Neff Scott F. Russell Abigail Mathers Wodock

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Ann Baur Whitlatch James L. Whitlatch ANNUAL FUND: $68,842 DONORS: 148 PARTICIPATION: 33% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Elizabeth Gray Goltermann Holiday Hart McKiernan Blair A. Rieth, Jr. Sarah Englehart Standley Donna Love Wallace Hugh J. Wallace CHARTER CIRCLE** Robert S. Apatoff Vicki Garrison Apatoff W. Douglas Davidson Theodore E. Mioduski, Jr. Timothy K. Neufeld John T. Roberts Robin Richey Roberts ◆ Ann Baur Whitlatch ◆ James L. Whitlatch FOUNDERS CIRCLE Laura Murdoch Brown John W. Faulkner Daniel J. Hasler Michael C. Rubino Melinda Hannah Simon John I. Taylor Robert D. Walters II Lisa Dietz Young

1979

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Michael B. McCracken Gilbert H. Reese ANNUAL FUND: $71,429 DONORS: 127 PARTICIPATION: 26% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Steven L. Trulaske PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** ◆ Michael B. McCracken CHARTER CIRCLE** Jeffrey M. Bernacchi Mary Scovill Bernacchi Megan Lewis Haddox Frank A. Hoffman Kyle E. Lanham Cheryl Waldron Musgrave Robert P. Musgrave II Liz Purdy FOUNDERS CIRCLE Elizabeth Bottorff Ahlemann James R. Allen Lynn Jay Brown Glenn E. Davis Susan Melberg Davis

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
PATRONS CIRCLE David D. Biggs Martha Glover Boyd Elizabeth Wolfe Bull Douglas S. Clift Earle M. Combs IV Laura L. Cvengros Stephen X. Daly Leslie Freeby Daugherty Andrea J. deVoursney Randall R. Dwenger John D. Fetters Jan Lukens Fredbeck Jeffrey L. Hodge Melissa Schneider Nachman Robert P. Nesbit Catherine Lyall Norris Bonnie Schiffman Pearson Jeffrey J. Porritt Carole Fox Porritt William M. Radostits Brenda Beck Seger Robert R. Smith Susan Lewis Woods BUILDERS CIRCLE Paul R. Allison Anonymous Patricia Stevens Ardery Samuel R. Ardery Cheryl A. Armstrong Christi Lindsley Barrett Durfee Snyder Betts Kent A. Billingsley, Jr. Brett J. Bolte Barbara Huls Carter Timothy T. Casady Kelly A. Cichy Diana Patterson DiSabato Jeffery G. Dorrel Julia McQuiston Ferneding Carolynn Smart Fields Julie Green Fisher Michael J. Fitzgerald Bernard J. Graves, Jr. John K. Guild, Jr. Dianne L. Hardin Jeff H. Heise Steven M. Hotopp Katherine Enander Lindholm Elizabeth Greene McCune Susan C. Nichols David C. Petree dec Teresa Sizer Pickford Catherine Hague Pierson Steven H. Pratt Susan Koenig Reed Douglas A. Stanley Margaret J. Stepniewski James E. Swearingen Tracy Dentel Swearingen Cynthia Carll Thie Richard J. Thrapp Barbara Martin Tubekis Gina Brennan Videka Patricia Jacks Walker Robert L. Ward CONTRIBUTORS Deirdre Kern Abbott Kristine Peterson Beimford Joanne D. Bosky Peggy Howell Boyll Ronald K. Boyll Robert S. Breger Jana Porter Brothers Beth Anderson Burgener Patricia Bressler Chatt Julie Siegler Connley Phillip L. Cooper Lindsey Richards Crawford Teresa Hoenig David James D. Davis Nancy Farris Davis Trudy Dittmar-Hardcastle Terry Bowlin Evanger Jane Riegel Ferencz Teresa Jenks Gaff Suzanne Laparl Green Stephen P. Harris Patricia North Harvey Linda McFarlin Haywood Thomas C. Hillman Scott A. Hime William J. Hoenig Annemarie Hutchinson Horn Susan Sedgwick Hosking Mark H. Inlow H. Curtis Ittner, Jr. Jeffrey D. Jones Carter O. Keith Constance Klarer Kenerley Amanda Pike Kliber Mary Sumner Koehler Kathy Manges Kolbe Jere F. Krueger Margueritte H. Kuhn Deborah Barritt Lyons John C. Mason Elaine Schurr McCardel Nina Haake Millsaps Carolyn Cook Nichols Scott H. Nichols Patricia Matthei O’Neil Janet Spence Owens Kristin Johnson Posey Kathryn Peterson Quinn Diane Lippincott Reich Cathryn Poth Reick Sarah Jones Reincke Donald A. Ricks Toni Laverda Roehm Grant Norris Slocum Carol Schulz Swannell Susan Frazier Teitelbaum Madeleine Durham Thomas Lynda Visher West Joan Hirschman Woodward Nancy K. Ziegler GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Lisa E. Drack Shannon Coghlan Eades Beatrice Elizondo Fitzpatrick Robert L. Fitzpatrick Susan Stechschulte Hilbrich John R. Norris Keith G. Peterson Dawn Swain Segelken Bradley J. Tandy Julia D. Terhune Vicki Rampelberg Walsh John P. Woods BUILDERS CIRCLE Donna Schulze Ballard Beth Stewart Barrett Melvin A. Bedree Mark A. Boyd Susan West Burriss Vic K. Burriss Margaret A. Busard Kathy Peters Christian Ann T. Daly Joan Kuhl Davis Michael F. Dieckmann LeAnne M. Faulkner Jeffrey Paul Flynn Kester Li-Jen Fong Arnold H. Fritz Lisa Raible Gladson Julie Duncan Goltermann Karen Vancader Goodwell Melinda S. Haag Lisa A. Hendrickson Ann Flickinger Higley Jacob R. Jackson Robert P. Janowski Jill Tanner Kamman Beth Hootman Kazer Mary Schneider Kesan Julie McFadden Lindsley Nancy H. Lutz Elizabeth Whitlow Mackintosh Pamela Peters Maddox Joseph F. Martin Julianna Schwarz McCormack Melissa Phillips Meyer Sarah Dewart Morrison Carilee Phillips O’Banion David M. Owen Gregory L. Padgett Ruth Dorworth Padgett Patricia Gorrell Peake Jane Pheiffer Petree Todd W. Ponder Greg E. Rittenhouse Catherine Vickerstaff Roe Anne Schoettle-Shaughnessy Jennifer Frier Sparks David G. Stringfellow Linda Walpole Taylor Jane Marshall Thomas Suzanne Kermes Tobin Gary L. Wood CONTRIBUTORS Lori Gillespie Allen Joseph J. Atria Mary Toth Ayers Elizabeth Rogers Church Charles M. Colburn Cynthia Hollows Creek Jeffrey L. Creek Rosalie P. DeYoung Maureen Thomure Emoff Laura Biggs Ericson Robert A. Farris Maria Mercedes Fernandez William Bradford Foote Beth Stephenson Greenwell Linda Hesson Grice Joseph H. Harrison, Jr. Terry Royal Harrison Jill Taubensee Havey Janelle Hartsell Heise Vicky Martin Hime Gary R. Hosking Brian R. Joesten Margaret Thomson Kelsey Mark W. Kepchar Thomas R. Kleinschmidt Jayne Proudfoot Klose James L. Lund Robert S. Martino, Jr. Jane Oberlin Mason Marianne McCain Barbara Ring McKone Raymond G. Muraida George R. Nichols C. Shea Nickell Cline William Owen Randy M. Pavlick Wendy Putnam Pierce Becky Hunter Ragsdale Randy J. Ragsdale Margaret Edgeworth Randall Philip E. Randall Mark A. Schlegel Therese Borrelli Schmeltz Lisa Gourieux Slade Kris Bubenzer Smith Christopher R. Spoerl Julie Wiele Stainfield Ellen Tetlow Susan Campbell Thews Elizabeth Dowd Thornberry Elizabeth Orlow Tidd Kenneth S. Tramel Stephany Speicher Underwood Victoria A. Urban Eric J. Vale John E. Vinzant Stephen W. Wasz Lawrence J. Weber, Jr. Judy Church Whitaker SPECIAL GIFTS Marian Blew Roberson OTHER GIFTS Maureen Thomure Emoff Herb Wylie Hoover ANNUAL FUND: $182,677 DONORS: 185 PARTICIPATION: 38% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** ◆ Carrie Melind Coquillette ◆ Kenneth W. Coquillette ◆ Deborah White Davila ◆ Todd R. Roberson ◆ Michael Scott Welch OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Christy Umlauf Moberly Anne Boyd Norris David S. Norris ◆ Kenneth A. Owen ◆ Gilbert D. Standley CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Susan M. Ansel Christopher W. Bear ◆ William J. Butler Mark J. Conklin Melinda Walthers Dabbiere Bradley S. Fuson ◆ Tracy Cochran Garrity ◆ John David Gislason Melody Stevanovic Key ◆ Laurie Mann Klion Laurel Hine Oztemel ◆ Helen L. Poorman FOUNDERS CIRCLE John C. Cassidy Susan McNichols Cassidy Carole A. Clause Catherine Curtis-Van Duzer Steven M. Davies Pamela Arbuckle Dugan Thomas C. Dugan Daniel T. Fortune Robert A. Frauenheim ◆ Leslye Jones-Beatty David W. Kroeger Amy Peterson Maniscalo Carol A. McAdam Karen A. Meyer Mark T. Muraida Joseph P. O’Leary Claudia Hansen Pierson Jeffery L. Pierson Kimberly King Roberts Virginia Stephens Terlep John J. Wasz Kenneth A. Wieland, Jr. Dawna Sinnet Wilson PATRONS CIRCLE Laurel Brown Andrews Kevin R. Armstrong Jill Aufderbeck-Bosse Thomas S. Bridges Deborah Guttman Carlisle John J. Dillon III Jacquelyn McElfresh Emperly Blair P. Faber ◆ David S. Lippie Elizabeth Bailey McIntire Bruce David Myrehn Michael G. Neill Michelle Palmer Neill Lynda Wisehart Sherer Bonnie K. Spindler James W. Stevenson, Jr. Debra Arrell Summers BUILDERS CIRCLE Philip M. Acker Anne Guild Adams Julie Davis Adams David G. Allaben

1981

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Kim Klinger Butler Luis R. Davila Janet Risi Field ANNUAL FUND: $112,445 DONORS: 153 PARTICIPATION: 34% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** ◆ Luis R. Davila Marian Blew Roberson OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Glenn F. Carlson, Jr. Judith Banker Castellini ◆ Janet Risi Field John F. Stevenson CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Kim Klinger Butler Katherine Cassidy Detlefs ◆ Alan Preston Hill Terri Weese Neufeld ◆ Kay E. Pashos Stephen E. Pinaire Ann Meeker Ryan Pamela L. Zdunek FOUNDERS CIRCLE David J. Carr Jeffrey Blair Conner Julie Brinker DeWitt Steven P. Ellinwood Susan J. Gallion James G. Gilmore, Jr. Carol Warner Golder Jody Tweed Gullifor Mary G. Meeker Elizabeth Chezem Ramos Daniel H. Ransdell Allen H. Smith Bruce Stephen Terlep Marsha Brown Webster PATRONS CIRCLE Greg A. Bond Karla Kreisher Combs Candace Johnson Daly Marco L. DeLucio Anne Trudgen Dillon

1982

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Kenneth W. Coquillette Deborah White Davila Kenneth A. Owen REUNION COMMITTEE: Susan M. Ansel William J. Butler Carrie Melind Coquillette Susan Clift Crump Tracy Cochran Garrity L. Mark Geoghegan John David Gislason David W. Greising Laurie Mann Klion David S. Lippie Helen L. Poorman Lisa E. Ritter Todd R. Roberson Timothy S. Shelly Gilbert D. Standley Kimberly Leonard Walker Michael Scott Welch

“We are strong believers in and beneficiaries of the liberal arts experience and to that end support the mission of DePauw.” – Kenneth W. Coquillette ’82 and Carrie Melind Coquillette ’82

Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Anonymous Kevin B. Bradshaw Mark A. Brant Darby Ragan Casady Robert O. Cathcart Dianne R. Chase Janet Cristee Clark Kimberly Sparenberg Compton Michael L. Coogan Douglas D. Cripe ◆ Duarte M. Da Silveira James N. DeVries Delmar Earl Demaree III Ginger Saunders Dieckmann Joe H. Donnell Douglas B. Evans Matthew R. Fischer Sharon M. Foster Christopher O. Gentry ◆ L. Mark Geoghegan Judith Stading Gettleman Greg C. Gibson Margaret Mullen Gibson Mitchell Gordon Cynthia Hedges Greising ◆ David W. Greising Michelle Strater Gunderson Carol D. Gurney Joel C. Hammond Ana Bacallao Harshaw Tamryn Maione Hennessy Mark R. Henry Kara Moseley Hensley Steven D. Hoenig Patricia Hart Hoge Richard J. Hoge Heather Horner Hohlt James Anton Hurley Karen Robinson Jackson Florence Davis Karabel Amy Clouse Knochel Julie McBride Kolettis Nik E. Lee Jill E. Lewis Amy Miller Marschand Kimberlee Schoonmaker McConnell Mark R. McConnell Timothy E. Meyer Ann E. Miller Robert E. Mitchell, Jr. Jennifer Davis Moy Elizabeth Miller Niesen Dayle A. Ohlau Andrew K. Peterson Mary Jones Regan David E. Reid Brian W. Riley Susan Stevenson Sims Karen Myers Stanley Judith Noblett Steinberg David A. Stirsman Steven J. Stroman Patricia Carey Stryker Ann Thompson-Zeiler Loren Cerone Tozer Donna Brown Veatch Kathryn Svoboda Vermeer James L. Wheeler Brian K. Wind Gayle Syska Young CONTRIBUTORS Amy Cannon Austin Douglas B. Austin Ann Stucky Bickford Beth A. Buser James C. Carlino Linda Steil Carter Maryanne B. Clark Lynn Williams Cluskey Tonia C. Cooper Lisa Cornwell Cornwell ◆ Susan Clift Crump Mary C. Daly Saralee Schacht Dugdale Scott A. Duncan Julie C. Elliott Marc S. Hayden Carrie Cooper Howe Thomas J. Howe Kyle Wilson Jacques Dorothy Quinlan Klei Robin Aubert Leighton Bruce W. Luecke Peggy Western Massello Jonathan A. Meulbroek Robert L. Nance, Jr. Gabriele Goerlich Nash Bradley W. Neff Mark E. Newton Peter T. Noonan Paul B. Qua Philip J. Quattrocchi Kenneth D. Randall Carolyn Parks Rex ◆ Lisa E. Ritter Marlene C. Sanchez Thomas M. Schneider Joan Karozos Shea Penny Rutherford Sitler W. Wade Smith Elena M. Solero Nancy Schilling Stanwick Sarah Malley Stevenson ◆ Kimberly Leonard Walker Bonnie Hensley Webb Thomas C. Weibel Jennifer Martinson West Edward P. Whalen Adair Dages Wheat Michael J. Woodruff GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Thomas Martin Phillips SPECIAL GIFTS Todd R. Roberson Michael Scott Welch Kimberly Bass Gulli Barbara Pontius Bowman Melanie Owen Champion Stephen P. Champion Dean P. Cobble David W. Hills Karen Hurst Hills Benjamin P. Hohman Christine Boland Holliday R. Keith Howard Steven W. Huber William J. Winslow PATRONS CIRCLE Thomas B. Andrews Cynthia Treadwell Bridges Laura Sursa Crampton Elizabeth Mernitz DeLucio Wendell W. Gooch Andrew C. Hawk James A. Hill Tenley Heskett Lippie Kimberly Holycross Myrehn Leslie Dunn Nutt Leslie Martino Reckziegel Julie Parker Stevenson ◆ Stephanie Rychlak Stilson ◆ Todd Carlson Stilson Suzanne D. Van Hove Bruce B. Wiland Dorie Bergstrom Ytterberg BUILDERS CIRCLE Diane Chiapelas Archibald Elizabeth Goodpaster Austin Megan McAuliffe Boschini Wendy J. Burger Lisa Cripe Cripe ◆ Denise Anderson Da Silveira Sarah Sturmon Dale Allyson Foster Danis David S. Dewey Elizabeth Ashman Donnell Joseph F. Egan David S. Ensing Carrie Reavis Erzinger Anne Vollette Fischer Mark S. Flegenheimer Gerald Haberkorn Jennifer Carpenter Hanley Robert W. Haynes H. Andrew Henrikson Amy Wilmer Hill Anne Webster Kramer ◆ Betsy Baker Laskey ◆ Thomas P. Laskey, Jr. Mary Matson Latta Laura Winans Lee J. Bradley Lower Susan Chiappe Lynch Ellen Dinerman Malone Dwight L. Miller David A. Morris Shelley Clark Naum Anne Gibbs Nostrand Greggory A. Notestine William R. M. Oakley, Jr. Robin Barnett Oldfield Valerie Mora Ovaert Emily Lindstaedt Pollander Michael P. Protogere Edward A. Reser Lesley Nelson Reser Gretchen L. Rohm Elizabeth Morehead Schluckebier Frank P. Scommegna Anne Spolyar Sellers William R. Shinn Stuart K. Steele

“My DePauw education trained me to think and express myself, both through the written and spoken word, in a unique and effective way. My psychology major and chemistry minor were augmented with the interdisciplinary coursework that is the hallmark of a liberal arts education. I also took advantage of opportunities to travel during Winter Term, perform in musical groups, serve as president of my fraternity, and develop meaningful relationships with my peers and faculty mentors.” – Timothy D. Lyon ’07, Leawood, Kan. Recipient of the Theodore Englehart Prize
Patricia Bennett Stroman Tina Sukapdjo Douglas D. Thomson Douglas J. Van Brunt Patti Parkison van Eys Eric A. Vonderohe Julie Williston Wind Catherine Reece Yoder CONTRIBUTORS Suzanne Engle Brinker Cheri Branch Buckley Carolyn Adams Burns Martha Taylor Burtenshaw Kathryn Koch Campbell Debra Markstone Castino Kimberley Wheat Condas David L. Dakich Mary Henderson Duncan Susan E. Dwyer Nancy McGuire Ferriss Susan Burney Fletcher Lynne Rolph Grantham M. Scott Grantham Linda Nye Heitzman David T. Hittner Debra Smith Hughes Suzanne Swiatek Jeffers Heidi Kaufmann Joesten Elizabeth Schaltenbrand Jones Kerre Smith Kammerer Pamela Ann Kelly Margaret Ehlers Kool Kimberly Kay Kuntz Kent W. Lanum Margaret N. Laurien Cathy Chesnut Luecke Nancy Riker MacDonald Donald S. McLean Julia Mathews Meneghin Carolyn Robertson Meyer Kay Stoneking Miller Thomas T. Miller Valerie Knox Mireb Linda Handy Morehead Scott A. Morehead Brenda Hansen Pollalis Jill A. Poppe Alice E. Ridgway Gregory K. Ruark Sarah Schnepf Mark J. Sitz Vickie Carpenter Sitz Tamara Randall Smith Andrea Lewis Thibodeau Anna Fenoglio Tift Christopher S. Tucker C. Phillip Van Winkle Charlotte Yordy Waldon Jeffrey C. Weber Haley Barger Whalen Julia J. White Ann M. Woolman Debra Doyle Zablock SPECIAL GIFTS Daniel L. Schwarz OTHER GIFTS James M. Mullin PATRONS CIRCLE Lisa Blair Banker Laura L. Bilodeau Robert D. Britigan III Jeffery W. Davis Lisa Hohnstreiter Faber Jennifer Kneisley Ferguson Stuart J. Ferguson Alison Tam Frazier Kraig A. Kenworthy Francis J. Lolli Katherine A. Mitchell John D. Null Stephen E. Strup Douglas Scott Taylor Jennifer Harris Thomas BUILDERS CIRCLE Brian H. Ahlborn Kathleen Chomeau Andrews Mary Hammond Atkinson Dirk E. Baker Katherine Sparenberg Baker Paula John Bartel Thomas C. Bayer Marjory Altwies Beiswanger Kimberly Langhout Benson Cynthia Jones Billys Maura Gorham Boehm Timothy W. Boehm Amy Robb Bolazina Tony Bolazina Tracy M. Brant Elizabeth Copher Browning Jana Mattison Cain Mary Burnham Curtis Eric C. DeHaven Anne Turner Deetz Kathleen Betsill Dewey Thomas F. Donohue Ellen Lipe Fliss Todd W. Fliss Janet Sunderman Glennon Allen R. Harkness Susanna Meacham Harris David S. Hathaway Jennifer Stempel Haut Joseph R. Heerens Jennifer Knapp Henrikson Colleen Mackin Jackson Keith Kenter Julie Paris Klosterman Kenneth F. Klosterman, Jr. Linda Johnson Kozak

1984

ANNUAL FUND: $88,980 DONORS: 173 PARTICIPATION: 31% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Marshall W. Reavis IV PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Lawrence E. Young, Jr. CHARTER CIRCLE** Anonymous Andrew B. Buroker Lisa Hildebrand Crandell David M. Findlay Susan Haney Kozak Michael C. Lueder Martha Weddell Nicholson FOUNDERS CIRCLE Emily Elliott Browning Amy Ebner Buck Julie A. Cason R. David Edwards Cynthia Sutton Freiwald Virginia Vonnegut Hahn Kathryn Senseman Laudick Kathleen Baldwin Leipprandt Catherine Cockerill Moran Douglas R. New Laura Cochran Reavis

1983

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Christopher Lawrence Johnston Betsy Baker Laskey Thomas P. Laskey, Jr. Brynne Williams Shaner Stephanie Rychlak Stilson Todd Carlson Stilson ANNUAL FUND: $40,550 DONORS: 147 PARTICIPATION: 29% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** James M. Mullin ◆ Brynne Williams Shaner CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Christopher Lawrence Johnston G. Richard Locke III Daniel L. Schwarz Lance A. Swank Kelly Chapman Weadick Timothy L. Weadick Cynthia Watson Yingling FOUNDERS CIRCLE John T. Axelberg

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Elizabeth Basquin Krause Kathleen Ann Krier Deborah Train Lackey Kim Ohmart Laurin Deborah A. Lawrence Amy Stevenson Magura William A. Maish Lorraine Dunn Martin David G. Martyn Deirdre Fels McDaniel Juliana Bialek McGrew Lynn Beimdiek Morris Thom J. Morris Thomas A. Noonan Angeline Shaneff Protogere Russell H. Riggen Joseph H. Rohs Jane Morrison Roy Norma Holzmeyer Schmitz Susan Sherman-Broyles Stuart B. Smith Lark Morgan Stark Suzanne D. Strater Lisa Blyshak Thomas Linda Walker Thrapp Carlos F. Viejo Ralph B. Watson Bradley K. Weatherbie Jeffrey W. Westhoven Karin A. Zuckerman CONTRIBUTORS Mimi A. Awad Lynn Sanders Banks Scott M. Benson Jo Nichols Blanton Kimberly West Brinn Kenneth H. Bushelman Stephen Manuel Calenzani Lisa Michaels Carlson Kevin P. Cassidy Jean Kleinhelter Catron Pamela Kern Clippinger Lynn Woodruff Colburn Crystal D. Crowdus Kyle Tweedy Davis Sally Short Davis Timothy L. Davis Elisabeth Blauw Degenhardt D. Todd Dillon Drew D. Dunlavy Garrett J. Elam Sally Nesting Eppert James L. Fagg Valerie Seckman Farman Cindy Tibbetts Frey Gregory A. Gelzinnis Stephanie Vesper Gephardt Richard C. Glisson Ellen Flint Godfrey Lillianne Bruere Godfrey Florence Sullivan Gorman Nancy Wieland Greger Melissa Lofton Guinn Michael Kirt Guinn Kristin Kern Hall Rebecca Neal Hancock Lisa Brinkmoeller Holstrom Phillip W. Holstrom David Glen Knott Michael D. Krauss Miriam Hines Lemen Patricia Arthur Lowe Bonnie Glass MacDonald Caroline S. Maloney Carol Schussler Martin Heidi Hunsberger McFadden Lynda Hedges Molina Richard K. Mott Laura Ventura Mowery Karen Hopkins Murphy Janet Velde Paine Pamela J. Para Joan Schreier Paris Monica L. Pawinski Stephanie Kordas Penman Sabrina Doll Petesch Tavia S. Pigg Vernay N. Reindollar III Allison Anderson Robertson Sandra Ratliff Rose Jennifer Walter Ryba Denise Vallee Sauter Gregory L. Schenkel Charles D. Schmalz Marcia McGahey Schmidlin Matthew T. Smith Heather J. Snead Sonya Roether Staffan Sheri Smith Stukel Brian R. Vanderglas Julia Hornback Widman Steven A. Williams Kimberley Price Winkle GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Teresa Lain Douglas Peter J. Rogers Richard Paul Steele SPECIAL GIFTS Martha Weddell Nicholson PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** ◆ Marvin E. Flewellen OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Lee C. Banks Newton F. Crenshaw Jennifer Lindamood Darnall Matthew S. Darnall Kathy Patterson Vrabeck CHARTER CIRCLE** Bradford E. Crandell Kent M. Grathwohl Jennett McGowan Hill Sarah Race Huesing Sarah Lewis Johnston Mark T. Lancaster Lori Spoon Rafkin ◆ Jeffrey H. Travis FOUNDERS CIRCLE Jack L. Cameron Stacey Noonan Carter James A. Crossin III Andrea Adsit Edwards Jennifer Robinette Fairlamb Remington P. Fairlamb IV Christina M. Horn Karen Carlson Howard Janet L. Johns Darrell R. Johnson Andrew E. Jones Charles J. Nelson David D. Riefe Susan Sampson Riefe Kimberly Bruninga Smith Rebecca Brumbaugh Thiem Thomas A. Trowbridge PATRONS CIRCLE Marianne Sorge Ell Sharon Kirby Ermilio John W. Gibson Megan Jones Gregor Steven A. Guild David C. Hess Kim Vanderkolk Mirowski Betsy Stelle Morgan Gregory R. Ohm Michael S. Prakel Robert E. Quast Kelly Wodetzki Strader Thomas M. Strader Robert D. Ulmer Mary Hunter Wedding Susan Seifried Wiland Stephen C. Wilson BUILDERS CIRCLE Mary Elizabeth Axelberg Lori Rehn Bechthold Denzil P. Bennett II Linda Reust Black Richard J. Bonaccorsi Jeffrey J. Bowe Kristin Kagler Burbank Michelle Mace Campbell Nancy Groves Chmura Mary-Beth Coty Kristin Lundy DeMello Douglas L. Dell ◆ Raeann Ruder Derrick Desiree S. Dimond Brent M. Ehrman Rebecca Ruehl Farley Jane Lancaster Fitzpatrick Eric C. Frye Sibley Smith Frye Catherine Ward Funderburg Roxanne Berry Gilbertsen Tracey Fitzgerald Gionta Bradford S. Grabow Linda Lukens Grider Susan Henlein Haynes Erin Sizer Hellmich Steven A. Hellmich Samuel M. Holty David W. Johnson Matt D. Jordan Lynne McCrehan Karmin Patricia Lilly Kenter Timothy M. Kirby Kent G. LoPrete Ruth Roettger LoPrete Craig P. Martin Lorelei Ward McDermott Daniel R. Miller Michael J. Moskos Kimberly Munro-Krusz Joel D. Myers Christopher A. Nichols Janet Barbre Norton Melissa Frick Oakley Nancy Coons Pearson Douglas F. Peters John W. Pruitt Gary M. Radz Kristen C. Rohm David A. Schmitz Michelle Haddox Schwartz Elizabeth Henry Scott Lesley Heiberger Sims Steven R. Smith Jill Stephens-Hynes Susan Neubacher Stevens Lori Battenfield Stewart Timothy A. Teller Natalie Richardson Thomas Sarah Valle-Snyder Cynthia Stromberg Vander Laan Deborah A. Wade Jeffrey A. Ware Jeanne M. Widing Scott C. Wilson Renee Predmore Wynn CONTRIBUTORS Jeffrey M. Bay Katherine Gross Boger William A. Brothers Jennifer Parker Burrus Christine Serrani Carlascio Lynne Ferguson Chapman Thomas J. Clark Michael S. Corriveau Melissa Hermann Dakich Julie Mathis Dodson Patricia Nunn Elsperman Kent L. Etter David W. Funk Karen Breckenridge Gernstein Karen Rife Hallier Marsha Wise Haworth Kenneth D. Heldman Michael B. Hile Patricia Gilligan Jakupco Thomas W. Karbowski John F. Lombardo II John Stuart Mill III Holly Blythe Minke Alisha Johns Novak Ben L. Pauley John K. Ramer Andrew C. Ray Anneli Vecchi Richter Richard H. Rose II Sherry Gross Scircle Michael B. Sellers Christina Wilson Sholl Carol Hoopengarner Smith Christine Trentadue Smith Mary Geoghegan Stephens Diane Sharp Strader Cynthia L. Sutton Sandra Schneider Thabet Alyssa Leah Tuttle Lorraine Phillips Vavul Sava Alexander Vojcanin Jennifer Perkins Williams David S. Witwer SPECIAL GIFTS Marvin E. Flewellen Lucius E. Reese OTHER GIFTS Michael T. Lee Elisabeth Hildebrand-Taylor Carolyn Stone Stacke Scott E. Stacke Beth Squires Stein BUILDERS CIRCLE Anonymous Anne Christy Ballentine Jeffrey R. Ballentine Ann Devlin Barrett Elizabeth Dean Borgogni James V. Cerone II Guy W. Chapman Robin J. Clark John D. Cooper Candace Hedberg DeBarger Lance A. DeNardin Susan M. Doherty Carole Irwin Donohue James P. Dunmyer Susan Hohlfelder Ferreri Daniel M. Greising Lori Gulan Hamrock Kerry Leatham Hands Jeffrey A. Hansen Keith P. Henglein Karen Krukowski Hickman Julie Ann Johnson Joel L. Johnston Douglas A. Jordan, Jr. Christine M. Koman Barbara Harmon Lapean Kristin Wiese Lillibridge Nicholas S. Linardos Mark W. Lingen D. Scott Looney Tamara Lewis Lynch Drew W. Lyon Laura Keeler Lyon Rebecca Walter Maish Adrienne McKenzie McCrady James E. McNichols Marilyn Miller Monahan Christopher S. Nicholson Deanne Behm Nicholson Michelle Melin Niemeyer Mary Williams Nuss Raymond G. Piedmonte Margaret K. Poulos Jilann Wilkins Savery Judith Hinshaw Semilota Carl P. Singer, Jr. Stacy Aschenbrener Singer Peter W. Steelman Sara Hatfield Steelman Susan Barrett Sullivan Patricia Pace Temple Peter R. Temple Anthony G. Thompson Jennifer L. Vesper Timothy J. Vieke Ann R. Volle Preston Osborn Von Arx Jennifer Dyke Ward Elizabeth Mitchell Wilhelm Randall H. Wilhelm Bruce D. Williams Ronda Hamaker Williams Susan Eaton Yianakopolos CONTRIBUTORS Robert J. Angeli Brenda L. Baker Thomas Scott Ballard Scott R. Burgess Colleen Ryan Carstens Stacy Hedges Champagne Douglas V. Cleaves Shirley Adler Clements Kristin Breen Cloonan

1986

CLASS CHAIR: Jeffrey A. Cozad ANNUAL FUND: $51,341 DONORS: 159 PARTICIPATION: 29% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Anthony J. de Nicola Breton A. Schoch James N. Stephens CHARTER CIRCLE** Jane Maxwell Cozad ◆ Jeffrey A. Cozad Susan M. Hossli Michael A. Huesing Blake T. Myers Rita Alliss Powers FOUNDERS CIRCLE John J. Bomalaski Laura Huskey Bomalaski Cathy A. Bryant Stacey Kamps Brzegowy Janet Kunz DeFrino Julie Winchester Dingens Mark R. Koenig Thomas G. Lueder Jill Robertson McNay James F. Meyer Lisa Turner Schmidt Michael C. Schmidt Wendy Leinbach Stricker Gene R. Thiem Audrey Gillis Wessman PATRONS CIRCLE Marcia Engel Alden Susan Risk Bottum Philip J. Cawley John H. Hauser Michel Williams Hauser Dana C. Hayes, Jr. Sharon Sandbo Hayes

1985

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Raeann Ruder Derrick Jeffrey H. Travis ANNUAL FUND: $110,197 DONORS: 158 PARTICIPATION: 32% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Douglas I. Smith

“DePauw University – especially its faculty and coaches – gave so much to me while I was a student at DePauw. Giving back through volunteer activities and gifts to the Annual Fund are two ways of saying ‘Thank you.’” – Jennett McGowan Hill ’85

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“Donating to DePauw’s Annual Fund is something I’ve been doing for years. It’s my way of saying thank you for great life-changing opportunities – making lifelong friends, studying abroad for a semester, and receiving support from professors while applying to business school. Recently, I started volunteering with one of the regional alumni councils, and it’s been a real joy to connect with DePauw alums. Volunteering has deepened even further my appreciation for DePauw and the importance of a liberal arts education.” – Jill Robertson McNay ’86
Stephanie Caudill Clifton Sarah Morehead Combs ◆ Stephen N. Combs Sharon Darlington Drewer Janet Wakefield Dunmyer Michael A. Ehlers Kristin Kacena Fayer Ellen Johnson Fishel Mary Flynn Flynn Peter J. Fosnough David M. Galle Jeffrey D. Gaunt Amy Gurney Getgey John J. Getgey III Matthew L. Gibson Melissa Bates Green Kathleen Detrude Groninger Bradley Frank Hayes ◆ David L. Hollander Diana C. Hossack ◆ Elizabeth Stis Immer Mark E. Karner Carie Rogovich Kennedy Donald G. Kennedy Laurie Hinson Kohrs Lisa Yen Kopp ◆ David B. Langhout Lisa Sriver Langhout ◆ Elizabeth Tinsman Lee Amy Stutz Lettes Ann Koenig Lingner Mark D. Locke Martha Boston Majetic Kevin B. Morse Mary Brusnahan Nurminen Donna Stretch Osuch Kathleen Meredith Pearson Cynthia Young Peters David M. Peters Janet Rostron Piedmonte Stephen M. Reynolds Susan Wise Riggen Jennifer Lundgren Salerno Anne-Marie McCormick Schiering Kimberly C. Smith John A. Snyder Bryan D. Sorge ◆ J. Brad Voelz Kirsten Erickson Wildman Chad F. Winston CONTRIBUTORS Kimberly Westhoven Apfelbach Liisa Penrose Balzar Mark H. Bennett Terri Tyler Black James G. Bonebrake Kristin Ker Bruton Karen Yahnke Bump Suzanne Loechte Burgess Rebecca Fleming Calwell Joseph T. Charles, Jr. Kevin L. Chumlea Jill Hall Cleaves Timothy Coffman Jonathan C. Dill Carrie Travis Eshleman David G. Farquhar John F. Foddrill Kimberly A. George Daniela O’Leary Gill George B. Gill Teryn Price Gilmore Bradley C. Graveline David A. Greiwe Karen Negley Groenweghe Michael D. Halaschak Teri Bernacchi Hanson Lisa Dodd Hargreaves Elizabeth LeDonne Harkins Timothy A. Hickey Stella Quinlan Koop Richard H. Lohmeyer, Jr. Megan E. Lynch Michael W. Lynch Brian E. McCann Denise Cooke Meuser Tami L. Morris Martina Steelman Mosley Stacy Biedermann O’Brien Elizabeth Nicely O’Toole Patricia Warren Orr Kristina Hemwall Orticelli John B. Oviatt III Joan Ruggles Piedmonte Kimberly Edgar Pionzio Jeffrey C. Pittsley Martina Alvey Podgorski Kristi Sheahan Ponder Laura Gallina Poole Kelley Sweeney Rakow Erin Hinkle Records Stacy Pope Rullman Janet McLeod Ryan Maureen Foley Schabel Christopher M. Schmalz Elizabeth Ueding Schoenfeld Eric E. Schoenfeld Kara Peterson Schroeder Bradley C. Sellers David L. Siegel Gina Pobanz Siegel Neal Y. Smith Susan McCarthy Stetson ◆ Todd M. Strader Susan Owen Teson Janet Love Trout Kristy Dalby Truax Tracy Weston Turner Rita Strange Wilder GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Beth Ann Morrison PATRONS CIRCLE ◆ Jennifer A. Bauer Christopher M. Curtis James P. Getgey Burton L. Hagler David J. Kirk Molly Davenport Kirk Isabel de Penaloza Kramer Sarah Fischer Lannom Matthew J. Miller Jennifer Clarkson Soster Susan Adams Steffy Mary K. Supple Lee C. Weingart BUILDERS CIRCLE Kristine Thorlton Batross Eric R. Bjelland Megan DePrez Booth John L. Brett Mark A. Burgess Shannon Lynch Burgess Thomas R. Conrad Cynthia Dugan Curnow J. Walter Duncan IV Michael A. Edwards Robert W. Eherenman Lisa Brickley Fink W. Gregory Fox Kamal Girgis Susan Elkins Goldsworthy Jennifer Wiley Gould Jane Reinhardt Griswold Mathew T. Griswold Timothy S. Holt Luanne Stanley Hook Michael A. Kirkwood Colleen Konicek Russell O. LaMore Timi Watson LaMore Anna Cahill Leonard Cynthia Belcher Maves Stephen B. Moore Elizabeth Reller Moragne Mary Sullivan O’Brien Thomas R. Sells Leslie M. Short Nora E. Sneberger S. Todd Sturgeon Kennan R. Sullivan ◆ Michael J. Traylor Barry D. Trowbridge Julie A. Trowbridge William T. Tway Julia Thompson Venetis William J. Weimer, Jr. CONTRIBUTORS Ellyn Ikeda Alt Treg W. Balding Kelley A. Briles Harold R. Buchholz Nancy Knochel Clodfelter Carol Strom Currie N. Bohlsen Dill Carol Johnson Dooley Nancy Holbrook Drinker Charles M. Ellis Terese Rhodes Faulkner Jeffrey M. Gordon Michelle Silkowski Hackett David L. Haney Susan Dixon Harbison Lyle R. Hardman Wendy Wise Haskell Molly Munn Hensley Gregg A. Hiland Janice A. Hornaday Jennifer Nichol Horsey Jennifer Williams Jensen Heidi Wiese Kolderup

Daniel J. Dunaway Cheryl Marvel Edwards Heather Smith Engel Peter J. Eshleman Ana Nieves Etter Susan Mahan Fasig Christopher M. Finch Laura Francis Friedlander Barbara Good Frye Lyle T. Fulton Arthur P. Goodell Gregory D. Gordon Michelle Johnson Gordon Jennifer Steele Guebard Todd L. Hamilton Terry L. Harrell Virginia Jones Hayes Susan Selis Heyniger Charles F. Hudson Patricia Sparenberg Hudson Kara Riessler Jacobson Jessica Smith Karbowski Susan Zachritz Kelleher Lori Rosekrans Klinedinst Robert D. LoPrete Erin Allyse Mahoney William E. Martinov, Jr. Mary Peebles McCaig Elizabeth C. Miller Linda Lischka Olson Jonathan A. Orr Tracy Spier Osborn Kimberli Barton Pfeifer Christopher D. Placke J. Todd Poole Susan Nichols Pringle Diane Dolan Ranft Deborah Hardy Ruckstaetter Jean Chamness Russner Carla Hale Sheets Angela Arihood Sleeman Penny Price Smyth Stephanie Somers John D. Stefany Michael D. Stehlik Scott D. Stetson Jay F. Stutz Carol Pontius Taylor Gregory D. Taylor Vincent P. Truax III Mark W. Wilder John K. Wise

GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Rebonna Hansen Bromund SPECIAL GIFTS Anthony J. de Nicola OTHER GIFTS Faye K. Ogasawara

1987

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Stephen N. Combs Laura Parsons Schoch REUNION COMMITTEE: Norene Lippincott Bennett Robin Wieland Daniel William K. Daniel II David M. Dickens Brice H. Dunshee Scott A. Fredrick Todd R. Hansen David L. Hollander Elizabeth Stis Immer David B. Langhout Elizabeth Tinsman Lee Robyn Ratcliffe Manzini Richard W. North Carolyn Lukens Nyren Todd M. Strader J. Brad Voelz ANNUAL FUND: $48,877 DONORS: 178 PARTICIPATION: 32% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Laura Parsons Schoch CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Robin Wieland Daniel ◆ William K. Daniel II ◆ Brice H. Dunshee Laura Runyan Dunshee Robert J. Fleschler ◆ Scott A. Fredrick David J. Ihlenfeld Todd G. Gardner Charles A. Miller Elizabeth Fitzsimmons Raab Michael G. Raab Susan Pittman Travis

FOUNDERS CIRCLE Stephen R. Battreall Susan Seat Battreall Sarah Clark Dillon William C. Dillon David W. Hasenbalg Karen Strasma Koenig Kathleen Evans Lahr Susan Peters Lange ◆ Robyn Ratcliffe Manzini Robert B. McBride Robyn Nave McBride Alyson Brown Navarro George W. Norris Kimberly Hinkle Norris Leslie Alexander North ◆ Richard W. North ◆ Carolyn Lukens Nyren Stephanie Paine Crossin Brian G. Petrando Cynthia Rankin Rauschert Mark C. Rauschert John O. Renken Todd C. Rumsey Jeffrey J. Stacey Leanna Hardin Walther Jeffrey D. Wood PATRONS CIRCLE Elizabeth Rydell Bejarano Dennis E. Bland Vicki Wilson Bohlsen Christopher A. Buck Mary O’Gara Burger David B. Coolidge ◆ David M. Dickens Michael L. Lewis Kristin Roehr McClure Amy Reavis Noden Kent A. Ono David D. Robinson Charles A. Sadler, Jr. Brian W. Schymik Karen Stehlik Sear Steven M. Sear Matthew D. Wright BUILDERS CIRCLE Laura Nicholson Allison Sherri Modrak Ashby ◆ Norene Lippincott Bennett Pauline Young Brett Ann Woods Bruehl

1988

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Jennifer A. Bauer Michael J. Traylor ANNUAL FUND: $41,759 DONORS: 115 PARTICIPATION: 25% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Margaret Hanson Donoghue Ann Stephenson Holsonback CHARTER CIRCLE** Maribeth Steimle Busey Arthur W. Chick David C. Coquillette Katherine Roob Fleschler Kristan Seyfarth Kelly FOUNDERS CIRCLE Dean Adams Brendan D. Anderson Granville Regnault Fairchild Elisabeth Shorney Hamilton Mark B. Hamilton William B. Harting Dana Drew Johnston Lynn Hunt Kosup D. William Lange Barbara Wallace Rumsey Sarah Guild Smith Jeri Kehn Thompson

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Tracy B. LaBonte Laura Evangelista Lee Ann Morehead McClellan Douglas A. McElhaney Marci S. McNaghten Jennifer King Molyneaux Kevin M. Morris Melinda Arnold Moser Rebecca Leedy Nichols Holly Cheesman Northam Holly Olmsted-Hickey Jane Galiene Oviatt Steven M. Ray Douglas O. Rist Kimberly Starr Rist Janet Head Roberts Leanne Tremper Schaller Anne Stalley Scholen James W. Silkworth Melissa Kline Skavlem Elizabeth Christman Tryon Kimberly Baker Brown Christopher T. Cantwell Diana Carson Chapman Julie Smith Cobbs Timothy D. Cronin Laura Coppoc Cummings Ann-Clore Jones Duncan Elizabeth Lesourd Ehlers Laurie Boothby Eichelman Jane Boatman Geller Rebecca Voss Goertzen Nancy Palmeter Harkness Scott A. Harkness Elizabeth Hart Helms James M. Hinshaw Kymberly Bailey Hlavin Amy Best Hollander Mary Majewski Holt Jane Gibson Karner Lora Khosh-Morse Jeffrey S. Main Kathryn Hendricks Mills Debora Hewitt Neumeyer Cynthia Meyers Plate Geoffrey D. Schiering John T. Siefert Charles G. Skidmore Cia Karampas Souleles Robyn Russell Stewart Thomas D. Strup Lisa Taylor Sturgeon Jeffrey S. Tomlin Cynthia Linhardt Trowbridge Julia Chalmers Werner Eric D. Wheeler David W. Wood Susan Geeslin Woodhouse John M. Yarger CONTRIBUTORS Alice Houston Abney Laura DeLong Anderson Sally Ulmer Anglim Karen Platt Bearman Kimberly Adams Beck Todd D. Bess Angela Howland Blackwell Laurie Tacheny Borden Gregory D. Bray Nicole Brock-Masterson Mary Bieghler Brodt Jennifer Cox Brown Erica McLeane Cates Amy Cozad Challgren Frank E. Danaher Mindy Laukitis Ellis Leah Schoenfeld Foutty Shelbi Wright George Brian J. Goslee Nancy Orn Grobengieser Mary Card Harbaugh Carolyn Haynes Hardman Kathy Gritter Hiland John V. Hollensteiner Brian J. Jaworski Allyson Wylie Klak Jeanne O’Connell Klein Jack A. Lawrence Joan Richards Lawrence Christopher D. Lee Ernest M. Limbo Thomas L. MacMillan Janet Felts McVay Max A. Miller, Jr. Ronnie L. Miller II Ann M. Murphy Todd M. Myers Brian R. Neff Shara G. Neidell Robert J. Noecker Cynthia Havenstein Nugent Robert S. Perry Philip R. Ratzer Marlene McQueary Richter Jennifer Smith Rodriguez ◆ Toya Sherrod-Sarpy Dennis J. Stehlik Melissa Straubinger Stehlik David E. Taylor Kristin Jones Tegethoff Brent R. Thompson Jill Dawn Thompson Christopher E. Tucker Katherine Kaweske Tucker Dirk E. Vonderlage Kimberley A. Whittle Russell D. Young SPECIAL GIFTS Todd B. Martin Jami Gibson Patterson OTHER GIFTS Brent R. Thompson Brent W. Coil James P. Croaning Meredith C. Dunn Amy Williams Getgey Gregory J. Goetcheus Rebecca Miller Goggins Jennifer M. Gosnell Debra R. Johnson Elizabeth Boxell Morse Peter A. Morse, Jr. Angela J. Okragly Eric W. Ossmann Joseph Q. Pindell II Erik D. Sloan Harry C. Smith Mary McCracken Tyndall Evan S. Van Metre Jennifer Auburn Van Metre BUILDERS CIRCLE Mark E. Anderson Emily A. Backer Bridget Hynds Bain Jon R. Bosler Kelly Rathje Brandon Mark J. Bransfield Todd A. Collins Alice Holdeman Cooper Elizabeth Kosobud Davis Anonymous John B. Ditchman Lynn Frazier Goldberg James A. Harmann Lisa Fay Hennessey David N. Keeler Mark D. Kleehammer Jeffrey F. Knupp Amy Krahn Konrad Kathryn Konz Land Peter G. Land Pamela Weeks Morley Anne Heller Morrissey J. Brad Morrow Ingrid Gruber Novak Brad A. Pierce Shannon Garner Rotvold Todd C. Schiltz Amy Youngblood Schuermann Gregory B. Shapleigh Marcia Shooter Strup Curtis D. Towne Timothy H. Wallace John D. Waller Jennifer Ruhl Westropp CONTRIBUTORS Christine Dean Aleman Susan Jennings Black Matthew P. Brookman Michele Herrell Brookman Joyce Collins Cameron Susan Constance Caponi Curtis L. Collins Michiko Lloyd Corriette Kimberly A. Cowgill Carrie Larson Davis Jane Bizal Emge Robert L. Gauss Kathleen Dahlman Hegg Margaret Norton Hoke Leslie Davidson Jaworski Amy Carter Jones Sharon Rediger Lee Debra Aeschlimann Lisk Jessica Gregory MacMillan Melissa D. McDowell John C. McKelvey Josette M. McPike Erik C. Miner Timothy M. Myers David M. Orland Cheryl Rambo Pittsford Gary J. Rasmussen Mary Powell Rasmussen Mary Struck Ray Susan Phillips Rozzi Laurie A. Schlueter Christopher W. Schmidt Katherine Neumiller Schureman Sarah Peebles Schwaiger Linda Winton Sear Michael P. Sear Timothy A. Sheppard Tracey Thieme Sheppard Matthew J. Smith Sean Scott Steele William E. Wainwright Laura Hatfield Whitelaw Laura Boback Wolf Creighton B. Wright, Jr. GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Heather Kathleen Jones OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Isham Jay Bennett Andrew J. Paine III Katherine Blair Ukrop CHARTER CIRCLE** Courtney Hughes Comer Beth Behrendt Lundy Corey A. Minturn Katharine Post Minturn Jotham Zachary Monsma David L. Singer Kevin B. Tompkins FOUNDERS CIRCLE Lynne Arnold Binder J. Kenneth Borgerding Ellen Johnson Busch Robert M. Busch Laura A. Campbell Michelle L. Carnahan Cynthia Ullem Christy Matthew L. Demmings Christopher P. Felts Mark W. Finnegan Laura Frey Michael Heather Seebass Peters Mary McDermott Tritley PATRONS CIRCLE Richard J. Ashton William J. Bach Cindy Losure Baraban Shannon Canty Bates Amy Comer Broderick Jennifer Carns Carter Cherie Blankenbuehler Dolehanty David J. Free Amy Timmons Hayes Julie Janzaruk Jones Rick J. Jones Stephen M. Mooney Jay B. O’Neal T. Ray Phillips IV Victoria Schultz Phillips Ashley Earnest Pindell Richard A. Sheppard Jianping Shi Jayne Coughlan Stone Lisa Maxwell Weis Matthew J. Wetoska Susan Umbaugh Wilson BUILDERS CIRCLE Stephanie Kaiser Arrington Misty Ayers-Cumbow Brant A. Bair Norine Cleary Baker

1989

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Stuart G. Brooks Mitchel T. Everhart Brent E. St. John ANNUAL FUND: $50,895 DONORS: 131 PARTICIPATION: 26% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Joseph E. Ukrop Scott B. Ullem CHARTER CIRCLE** Caryn Cockerill Anderson Michael A. Chabraja Barbara Miller Compton Charles A. Compton Victoria Schug Dycio Wendy Ellis-Gardner Katherine A. Marshak W. Timothy Miller Ann-Marie Henry Myers ◆ Brent E. St. John Dale Gossard Stevenson John G. Stevenson Lauren Kiely Willis FOUNDERS CIRCLE Caren T. Althauser Richard L. Hallett II Douglas Hallward-Driemeier Catherine Larson Larson Michael S. Stewart PATRONS CIRCLE Brian C. Betsill Michele Merrill Betsill Melissa Grunnah Chevalier Karla Naggs Coolidge Stephanie Frederick Croaning Lynn Woelfl Dickens Kris Emens Gaziano Dianne Fenton Karoly Frank M. Karoly Kevin A. Krakora Christine Szillat Messerschmidt Todd M. Pallotta Marcia Van Nest Smith Bryan M. Webb BUILDERS CIRCLE Nancy Fox Ardell J. Allan Arnold Rachael Andrew Boezi

1990

CLASS CHAIR: John W. Busey II ANNUAL FUND: $41,192 DONORS: 116 PARTICIPATION: 22% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Amy Orlando Paine Caroline Campbell Porfilio CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ John W. Busey II Jon D. Lundy Deborah Mitchell-Nagpal Amy Haugk Osborne Scott E. Osborne Katherine Cornelsen St. John John W. Wehrenberg FOUNDERS CIRCLE Craig H. Adams Philip W. Cecil Kathleen A. Collins Robert A. McMahon James T. Oakey Chad B. Peters Natalie L. Simmons Ronald L. Stier PATRONS CIRCLE Todd M. Cleveland Jennifer Pancoast Cochran

1991

CLASS CHAIR: Jeffrey S. Cooper ANNUAL FUND: $85,415 DONORS: 156 PARTICIPATION: 30% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** ◆ Jeffrey S. Cooper

“Studying abroad in Germany for a semester was one of the best things I’ve ever done in my life. I enrolled in courses for my majors at DePauw in addition to courses that were completely different than anything else I had taken. The language barrier made things difficult at times, but with each class I attended, I understood more and more. It’s amazing to look back at all that I was able to see and accomplish in those six months.” – Emily J. Banta ’08, Fort Wayne, Ind. Recipient of a scholarship from the Paul R. and Katharyn G. Sweet Endowed Fund for International Study (Photo: Digital Pix & Composites LLC)

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Ann Roessler Barcroft Luke E. Billman Michael G. Burton Stacey Muehlbauer Church Alice Bryce Clark Philip D. Clark Tamara DeJong Conrad Karen Fifield Crain Todd E. Cumbow Jane Crandall Curtin Caryl Bridges Desserich Colleen Totz Diamond Kathleen Hesse Driggs Mark T. Driggs Jennifer Cook Driscoll Susan Todd Duker Craig A. Evans M. Justin Fisher, Jr. Rachel Warner Forward Jon Pierre Fox Jeffrey E. Francis Brent A. Hall Sarah Neeb Harvey Tyler Y. Harvey Tiffany J. Hemmer Andrea Smith Ignelzi Laura Chabraja Keeler Katharine Jonas Kleck Christopher J. Kosobud Edwin Alexander Prescott LeGard Kelly Key LeGard Amy Hilgendorf Lumsden R. Stewart Lumsden Chris A. Magee Stacy Wilson McCann Christopher C. McGrann Theodore L. McMullen Glenn C. Miller Julie Carson Morrow Raymond J. Nealon II Roger L. Neff IV Julia Betjemann O’Brien Tiffany DiBernardo O’Donnell Andra M. Pavuls Marla Stanish Perkins Kirk D. Perry Jason A. Pugh Robert R. Ross Marietta Johnson Scherer Matthew L. Supple Elizabeth Ingham Wallis Gregory C. Wallis Jonathan C. Weed CONTRIBUTORS Deborah Fields Alexander John S. Alton Spencer Gulick Baker Carol Lareau Barlow Jo Morrow Becco Teressa Welch Benge Jennifer Emmert Berg Victoria Roose Bergman Amy Geraldson Bhote Hilary Barton Billman Joshua T. Block James R. Browne, Jr. John M. Cassady Marcia Johnson Clark Virginia Weiss Danz Elizabeth Felger Ernst C. Matthew Fox Elizabeth Murtaugh Gangi Andrea Rollins Goslee Troy S. Greenlee Sonja Speidel Greiwe Susan Schoenherr Groeling Kelley Leahey Hart ◆ Ingrid Wilder Hayes Mary R. Hayes Heidi Shays Heinbaugh Katherine Allford Hunt Maria Brazil Ianni Heidi Frielingsdorf Johnson Richard D. Keeler Richard G. Kline Peter N. Liebetreu Renee Vaske Liebetreu Pamela Borowski Ludwick Timothy B. Mangas Bradley J. Marchand Tammy Buckovich Marchand Michele Nicholson Marinko Anjela M. Martin David J. Marzullo Mary Brown Moore Derek J. Morgan Laura L. Muir Jennifer Neal Myers Julie A. Ridenour Scott L. Rink Trent T. Ritzenthaler Paul T. Slocomb Jonathan N. Stack Paul C. Stratton Amy Ferguson Sweeney Jill Darnall Tanner Patricia Bonaccorsi Thompson Kathryn D. Campbell Jackson B. Davis ◆ Christopher S. Gorz Alfred E. Hackbarth III Charles J. Meyer Heather Olson Morrow John C. Morrow Michelle Merkel Yoakam PATRONS CIRCLE J. David Blang Joy Rowe Blang Stephanie Grieser Braming Derek Y. Brandt Steven M. Broderick Sara Ratliff Brown Alison Winter Collins Mary South Crousore Kimberly Fitzgerald-Moran Kelly Carpenter Hudson M. Colin Hudson Mark A. Hudson Nickie Karampas Kahle Christine A. Olson Clarenda M. Phillips Tracy Broeker Sadlon M’Liz Mawicke Simonds Kathryn Noll Webster BUILDERS CIRCLE Jonathan Q. Arnold Jennifer Smith Asbury Kristin Ailes Berrier Laura Rankin Bickle Paul A. Bickle Robert J. Boras Katherine Kless Bradley Gail Reddemann Burnside Caroline Rall Diwik Steven C. Earnhart Ahren Ewbank Jill Frederickson Victoria Duncan Gardner Michael J. Giesecke Rayna Vaught Godfrey Welcome E. Hale James P. Hanlon ◆ Matthew F. Hatfield Milton A. Hatfield Bryan S. Hern Tricia Kirkby Hofmann Karen Horvath-Wulf Laura B. Hutton Gregory E. Jacobs John L. Kittle, Jr. Amanda Madden Kutoloski Anne Holdeman Landrum Christopher S. Lash Rodney E. Lasley Amy Fleming McAllister Annette K. Melvin Amanda Martin Mock Matthew B. Nelson Emilio Nieves ◆ Kathleen Habiger Panagopoulos ◆ Brian M. Pease Gregory S. Portell Emily Dicks Reynolds Jennifer Green Robbennolt Laura Cunningham Ryser Maurice J. Schuetz III Jennifer Roessler Schultz John C. Stadler Jennifer Mills Trerotola Rachel Bone Tuohy ◆ Eric F. Wapole Jennifer Babcock Whibbs ◆ James E. Williams ◆ Kathryn Perrin Williams Laura Bond Williams Cindy Herzog Wood CONTRIBUTORS Brian T. Adam Scott E. Alexander Deidre Coil Allender Kristen Proctor Banbury Regina Wenner Barney Kristen Hall Blanford Kimbra Andler Burnside Daniel P. Callanan Niki Bavelis Callanan Sven D. Christianson Rhett N. Cochran Janet Cull Collins Bret A. Cornn Laura Watson Davis Laura Witte Davis Lisa Stahly DeHart Robert D. Dilts Jamie Coolman Dreussi Kara S. Endsley Rebecca Snyder Flanigan Nicole Dapp Griffin Vincent P. Guimont Amy Elser Hall Sarah Mannon Hanly Kara Wood Harlan Sarah Tasker Hartnett Brock E. Hastie Mark R. Hoke Catherine Millikin Ishikawa Kathryn Hoffman Kister Thomas H. Kister ◆ Chantal M. Lambrix Andrew J. Mac Gregor Diana Lacy McClaurin Sheila McDermott-Sipe Pamela Partenheimer Mick Julie Miltenberger Kendra Gordon More Andrew F. Nelson Kathleen C. Nicely Elizabeth Furlong Nickels Max Davis O’Guinn III Jennifer Olsen Oswald Mindy Montgomery Patton Jeanne L. Phelps Mark D. Radlinski Melissa Bassler Rasmussen Gregory A. Rohlfs Mark S. Rye Paulina Alexandra Salvador Lisa Lenz Schachterle Benjamin Stanton M. Sheldon Scott L. Silvian Denette Peck Steele Lera Newton Straits Jennifer B. Stump Katharine A. Teegarden Krista Mullman Tweed Lynn M. Wachtman Julia Babcock Whitmore Anne Hunter Williams Scott E. Woodard Beth Sturgeon Zukowski SPECIAL GIFTS Michael J. Giesecke Kaari Taylor Vaughn OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Lisa Henderson Bennett ◆ Travis S. Nelson CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Andre’ L. Brewer ◆ Andrew P. Coolidge ◆ Emily Smith Coolidge ◆ Timothy G. Franzen Robert H. Huff David H. Lavelle Melinda Nicholson Leighton Jennifer Pelzer Martay Troy Noard ◆ James A. Rechtin FOUNDERS CIRCLE Richard W. Abraham Melanie Harshbarger Bella George E. Fogel Jennifer Fry Huber Peter J. Huber Stuart M. Morton Christopher S. Vowells Darin E. Williams Samir Zayed PATRONS CIRCLE Jennifer L. Barth Miriam E. Cleveland Dennis J. Collins Ben D. Comer Margaret Tewel Comer Jennifer Tiemann Foley Kristen E. Hall Amy Symons Hughes T. Eric Klein Christopher J. Maher Joanne Garner Perry Jason G. Petrovich Stephanie Wiley Rodgers Tyler J. Snouffer Mark A. Toole BUILDERS CIRCLE Amanda Burke Aaronson David P. Allen Stephanie Schmidt Allen Tricia Lund Batson Jeffrey L. Beck Lauren Stillwell Bernaldo Eric G. Bruksch Jennifer Glanert Callahan Jennifer Maude Carlin Scott E. Davis Katherine L. Farnsworth Matthew J. Fuller Kevin S. Gebbia Justin T. Glass Danielle Myers Grossmann Christina Knutson Honos James Scott Jennings Lisa Gerdes Jennings Matthew R. Johnson Suzanne Menne Kirkhoff Kelly Young Kittle Andrew D. Lindsay Rebecca Metz Mavon Terri Stevens McConville Stanford K. McCoy Christine Bishop Moore William J. Murphy Eric J. Pardell W. Stephen Paul Brian S. Perry Deborah Hoerner Price Jamison S. Prime Scott T. Schaefer Allison P. Stevens Laura Hesher Whipple Kerri L. Wightman John E. Zimdars CONTRIBUTORS Carrie Seaman Alt Kenneth M. Alt Jason D. Barth Peter E. Borkon Scott C. Campbell Elizabeth Parker Carlson Kris M. Carlson Susan Abernethy Coates Susan Richards Daly Katherine Pell Daniello Michael R. Ferrari III Bradley P. Fischer Susan Guldin Fischer David W. Fitzgerald Suzanne Lavelle Foley Kristina Kress Hagen Matthew R. Hall Michelle Adams Hawkins Kathryn E. Heeke Kathryn Rohlf Johnson Suzanne Strack Jordan Frederik W. Lehmann Tege E. Lewis Kimberly Leonard Limbo Travis W. Lockwood Tiffany Madden Lundquist Lisbeth A. Lyons Jonathan T. Macy Laura Ringle Markley Terrance O. McKinney Michelle L. Newland David M. Nichols Karen Charles Purl Brent D. Reeder Wendy Hamstra Rosenberger Michelle Aiello Rusie Laura Rice Sherman Alicia Chillemi Slocomb Nancy Peters Sneed Susan Maffett Stevens Julia Laster Swanson Lori Lindeke Switzer Thomas Christian Tingle Sonya Parta Traisci Brian N. Ullem Amy Parkinson Underwood Ivan J. M. Villasboa Shawn A. Wietbrock

1992

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Douglas S. Gourley Craig E. Lower Heike Cockerill Spahn REUNION COMMITTEE: Todd W. Fredrickson Bryan P. Gambrel Christopher S. Gorz Matthew F. Hatfield Charles W. Hetzel, Jr. Sarah Sargent Hetzel Chantal M. Lambrix Marjorie Lawyer-Smith Mary Bridges Lyne John D. Meyer Kathleen Habiger Panagopoulos Brian M. Pease Eric F. Wapole James E. Williams Kathryn Perrin Williams Travis S. Wilson ANNUAL FUND: $76,914 DONORS: 151 PARTICIPATION: 30% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Francesca Moroney Cooper OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Mary Bridges Lyne Dale S. Porfilio CHARTER CIRCLE** Holly Adams Bailey Kathlyn E. Fletcher ◆ Douglas S. Gourley ◆ Charles W. Hetzel, Jr. ◆ Sarah Sargent Hetzel Amy Koeneman Hopper ◆ Craig E. Lower Andrea Powelson Singer ◆ Heike Cockerill Spahn FOUNDERS CIRCLE Karen Jenkins Borgerding

1994

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Andrew T. Claar Eric M. Stisser ANNUAL FUND: $25,025 DONORS: 105 PARTICIPATION: 26% CHARTER CIRCLE** Anonymous ◆ Andrew T. Claar Christine Martin Cleveland Kevin R. Eskew ◆ Wendy Fletcher Franzen Andrew S. Graham Megan Grow Graham David W. Hopper Erik A. Leighton David W. Martay Kevin M. Miller Adrienne Rasbach Gregory A. Sissel FOUNDERS CIRCLE Brian T. Goodman Michael C. Hetzel Johari N. Miller Karen Curley Vowells

1993

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: André L. Brewer James A. Rechtin Bradley J. Simmons ANNUAL FUND: $37,883 DONORS: 120 PARTICIPATION: 25%

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“Alumni support and engagement are essential to DePauw’s liberal arts mission. I give back to DePauw because of the friendships I made both as a student and an alumnus. I enjoy staying connected through my service on the Alumni Board and my involvement with Career Services and the Chicago Alumni Council.” – Andrew T. Claar ’94
PATRONS CIRCLE R. Kirby Brafford Stephen B. Crilly Justin C. Dye Sarah C. Gormley Shannon Twiford Hoar Steven S. Hoar Stephanie Beck Klein Kent P. Madden Tyler B. Marsh Amy Tucker Ryan Jane Reinhardt Teeter Ann M. Wise BUILDERS CIRCLE Lynn A. Abernathy Ricardo T. Baker Nancy Brougher Benincasa Amy Morgan Boras Jonathan C. Calabrese Michele Howard Calabrese Katrina Evans Clingerman Jennifer Briner Cody Audra Keitt Davis Kristin J. Earhart Jennifer Siekman Fletcher Alison Baxter Giunta Michael A. Giunta Kevin D. Graves Sarah K. Herrlinger David J. Hersh Jennifer Hegman Higgins Julie Johnson Hopkins Melissa Vail Houser Kenneth E. Knutson Haley Perlick Laken Sherene Singh Mitchell Sarah A. Norman Cynthia L. Pollock Magen Elliott Savo Mary Wilson Seitz Amy Sputh Shelton Michael J. Sheridan ◆ Eric M. Stisser ◆ Keysha J. Webb Bryan L. Wiesner Tiffany Snyder Wiesner CONTRIBUTORS Amy O’Neal Aimonette W. Gregory Aimonette Tonya Wiseman Bayes Kathy L. Beymer Meghan T. Deering Brian L. Fisher Holly Cheesman Fitzgerald Gail Kramper Geib Kristin Geiger Kathryn Stevenson Geraghty Jean Gileno Rachel Ekkens Goad Sarah E. Green Gretchen Yetke Greever Lauren Crawford Harmon Tricia Hanson Harrison Jennifer Clark Hopkins Patrick M. Huse Elizabeth Padgett Keith Sarah K. King Jason W. Kistler Sarah Walker Krauss Sarah Priest Lockwood Edward J. Meier Natasha Miles-Pavloski Christopher W. Naylor Audra Busche Nelson Dyan J. Padgett J. Zachary Phelps Jill McKeag Reich Stephanie L. Reid Nissa Wermund Ricafort Emily Kimbrough Roussel Matthew F. Roussel Molly J. Salatich Julie Tippett Simon Bradley K. Smith Barbara Rowley Steele R. Lee Steele Jennifer Dalenberg Stockbridge Cindy Koelsch Trenerry Stephen P. Turan Brian C. Willett Germaine Winnick Willett OTHER GIFTS Melanie Marley Bowen Jeffrey H. Bohmer Kerry Replin Greiner Phillip J. Greiner Shannon Harris Hammel Amy Tubergen Morton PATRONS CIRCLE Kemp E. Jaycox Carla Gasbarra Lane Matthew V. Pisano Gregory M. Watson BUILDERS CIRCLE Yasmine Bell Allen Heather Dubes Bennett Jennifer A. Bieber-Barlow Gerald K. Block Lori Houston Brame Terri Ozbun Bruksch Thomas DeLano Cherie LaFollette DuPuy Erik H. Elsea James C. Giesen Kegan E. Greene Laura Allport Hammack Robert S. Harrison Amber L. Hitchcock Michael B. Hostetter Kristin Ingwell-Goode Stephanie Nahra Johnson Scott S. Kemper Amy Schwartz Kress Peter S. MacGregor ◆ Gregory J. Mann Chad C. Mayer Christopher M. Myers Damon Chase Newsom Andrew M. O’Shaughnessy Shelley Rutter Payne Kristin B. Rimington Brant D. Rumble Alison Chaney Shelton Stephen Brent Shreiner Vonda Sloderbeck Tracey Mercedes Kelley Tunstall Katherine Gibson Wallace Michael S. Wallace Daniel A. Weas Deborah Schmidt West Murray A. Zelnick CONTRIBUTORS Rick E. Barcus Heath W. Beaver Christine A. Beverly Heather S. Bryce Carrie Schaefer Bucki David L. Carns Ross C. Clayton Jennifer R. Cooper Byron M. Craft Leslie Wilkinson Cunningham Corinne M. Cusker Sarah Albright Daley Cassandra V. Davies Danielle Ciaccio de Leon Michael V. de Leon Julie Lanke Dudrick Kirsten M. Ellingsen David M. Fahey Nadine Farid Shatrese M. Flowers Stacy L. Forster Gabrielle Gilbert Gray Karin Tremoulet Grunden Erich P. Heitman Mark D. Hemker Karen R. Hughes Rebecca Wilhoite Jacklin Susan Dinkel Jensen Brently A. Johnson Britany Blakeley Johnson Kathryn E. Johnson Sally Grutzner Jones Karen Reeves King Catherine Burkhardt Kolbeck Kaia Van Dam Kraus Amanda Forsleff Krusoe Todd Kjell Lofgren Sarah Hart Miller Amy Colleen Mullen Anita Smith Murray Kristi Koffel Nevin Kristen Tubergen Pantzer Shannon Sullivan Rauch Christine Nelsen Ryan Eric M. Sauceda Deborah G. Schaefer Gregory L. Schwipps Kelly S. Shoop S. Robyn Snyder Brandy L. Springstubbe Keith B. Stanford Kathleen Wagner Swanson Aimee Partlow Tate Timothy J. Theiler Victor B. Thompson Andrew S. Ward Julie Schoop Wemhoff Maurya Reid Wendling GIFTS IN HONOR OF Keith B. Stanford Heather Phillips Dorr Jennifer Medlock Hancock Peter M. Hepner Sarah Norris Hepner Christopher L. Hewitt Amanda Nichols Jellerichs Scot L. Johnston Anne E. Keller Jason D. Kimpel Melissa L. Larmon Aaron J. Lucchetti Kevin M. Mendenhall Sarah J. Miller Rodrick G. Musser J. Paul Niemann Donald Harrison Olson John G. Pfleeger Martha Grayson Pfleeger Daniel R. Roy Megan Enkey Schoner Christine K. Stiehl Jennifer Y. Tavares Joshua A. Vaughn Emily Trent Wanezek Eve M. Wright Liza N. Zapata CONTRIBUTORS Christina C. Anderson Lottie Pell Barcus Bryce W. Barton Brian L. Boak Lynn Wallis Boak Thompson Booher Brent E. Breithaupt Amy Eberle Brill Silvette D Pope Bullard Anne Hain Clayton P. William Conrad III Amanda Jedlicka Custer Sara Sullivan Desmond Gabrielle Giuliano Drafall Cole G. Dunnick Tracy Miller Ellis Renee Dubuque Fisher Eric L. Fotsch LeAnn M. Gaerte Adam Galilee-Belfer Angel Alberto Gomez Stephen G. Grove Meredith Guldin Guerrera Elisheba Runyan Hanson Carole Hand Hill Robert J. Hill Camela Je’Mia Hixson Andrea L. Hughes Lisa Notarianni Huse Susan Chase Koerner Christian M. Lauri Elizabeth Fellows Lauri Stephanie Ann Lowrey Earl R. Macam Andrew G. Mast Bryan J. Murray Jessie L. Myszka Melissa B. Nicholson Stephen J. North Erin K. O’Brien Britton D. Rink Joaquin J. Rosario-Cacho Holly Swift Rotermund Timothy W. Roudebush Jill Jennings Rowe Jennifer Steadman Ryan Amy Mulligan Sacor Kyle J. Salyers Laura Connor Sapp Brian P. Shannon Jerry W. Smartt, Jr. Laurie D. Snyder Jessica E. Staley Gwen Tohill-Macam Erika Taylor Turan Mathew T. Watkins Robyn Jarmer Welch Jennifer L. Wesolowski Ryan C. Williams John W. Yoder OTHER GIFTS Brooks S. Harding Heidi Demetrio Harding

1997

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Sarah Ragsdale Beck Carolyn E. Whittier REUNION COMMITTEE: Ben H. Beck Michelle Palmer Black Ryan M. Burke Sonya Lee Daniels Dina Houck French Eric J. Graham John W. Strange II Kimberly Svenson Weas Melissa Murray Yuska ANNUAL FUND: $23,493 DONORS: 125 PARTICIPATION: 34% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Darren P. Keller CHARTER CIRCLE** Gregory M. Ball Lindsey Hart Chabraja Michael A. Harrison Ryan A. Miller Craig S. Remsen Jeffrey J. Wagner ◆ Carolyn E. Whittier FOUNDERS CIRCLE Matthew W. Bowers Portia Renner Goodman ◆ Eric J. Graham Nicole Chabraja Graham Lucy A. Ferguson Pett Scott W. Rencher ◆ Melissa Murray Yuska PATRONS CIRCLE Lara A. Dodds Ryan S. Fruchey Matthew R. Gorrell Kelly C. Haley Miro Kovacevic BUILDERS CIRCLE Christopher S. Alcott ◆ Ben H. Beck ◆ Sarah Ragsdale Beck Andrew T. Bender David M. Benne ◆ Michelle Palmer Black Margaret Kurz Braun Derek Alan Bremer J. Matthew Broughton ◆ Ryan M. Burke Melinda Samp Capper Timothy J. Capper ◆ Sonya Lee Daniels Deirdre E. Deakyne Melissa C. Feemster Michael T. Fugate Katherine Bostwick Glass Jean-Pierre Guilbault Susan P. Gundersen

1996

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Thomas A. Kiepura II Steven J. Setchell ANNUAL FUND: $15,770 DONORS: 116 PARTICIPATION: 29% CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Thomas A. Kiepura II Sara Toole Miller William David Saxby ◆ Steven J. Setchell Laura Williams Town FOUNDERS CIRCLE David E. Crook Magdalena Kempa Damocles Lowell S. Smith J. Todd Witter PATRONS CIRCLE Susan Pavone Christopher Douglas S. Clayton Christopher L. Gottbrath ◆ Charles A. Greene, Jr. James J. Griffin IV Michael A. Lawton Matthew B. Rager Matthew C. Thayer Paul D. Watson, Jr. BUILDERS CIRCLE J. David Agnew John T. Bauman James J. Bell Denise C. Castillo Case B. Clay Lorin Welch Clay Alison Hammerschmidt Cockerill Thomas M. Cockerill Chad M. Copper Erin Linville Curley Tricia Robinson DeLeon Alisha Tipton Delemore ◆ Kenya Taray Delemore

1995

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Jason A. Asbury W. Brian Hatton ANNUAL FUND: $22,595 DONORS: 114 PARTICIPATION: 29% CHARTER CIRCLE** Anonymous ◆ Jason A. Asbury Darrianne Howard Christian ◆ Justin P. Christian John G. Harmann ◆ W. Brian Hatton John W. Morse Jonathan R. Phillips Kimberly A. Seaman FOUNDERS CIRCLE Chad L. Bailey

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Christopher J. Huser Jason G. Kamler Aaron M. Kneas Heidi A. Kohne Jennifer Simmons Lucchetti Clint D. Mitchell Amanda Matis Morris Kathryn Ventura Neely Charles W. Noltemeyer Anne E. Olson Eric A. Padilla Eric C. Peterson Stephanie S. Prevost Carrie A. Reeder Kelvin B. Reese Kelly Frey Siddiqui Keith J. Sims Brad A. Thomas Shelby M. Thompson Shawn Highland Ullman Cathy L. Walker ◆ Kimberly Svenson Weas Seth T. Wilburn CONTRIBUTORS James M. Abell Jennifer Pace Baker Anne Freeman Ball Jared C. Basham Kathryn Stowring Basham Nannette L. Belt Michael S. Berthoud Lorraine Abney Bishop Julie Tuggle Caldwell Tamara Heetland Campise Sally Reichart Carlson Christopher L. Cassidy Jennifer Cleveland Cassidy Carrie Clogg Laura Welker Cochran Traci Bailey Coil Joan Rodgers Cubias James P. Cunha Renee Carnahan Degner Matthew D. Dellinger Allison Morrow Delp Eric Sean Denny Devon Thompson Ebbing Brian J. Fisher ◆ Dina Houck French Britt Anderson Ganan Elizabeth Schindel Gilliland Brooke Hayward Thomas G. Heldt Kyle D. Herrman Amanda Martin Hittle Byron D. Hittle Inga Zeeb Holton Stephanie Drasler Juneau Jeanne E. Karsell Jason P. Kreag Terrill W. Krigger Joseph M. Lapka Ryan T. Leonard Jennifer Cunningham Martin Amy Tabb Massey Deena K. McBain Moira A. McGinley Kristen Koerner Morris Mary Bradshaw Nelson Zachary R. Pancoast Sean C. Petesch Leah Paige Plocharczyk Derryk R. Powell Alyssa Frelk Quinlan Thomas P. Rhoades IV Brandon C. Rolek Brooke Bayly Rolek Tracy Snow Roudebush James A. Senese Jason B. Shea Rhonda Sites Smart Heidi Farid Sprowls Bradley D. Tilford Kristy Reith Wagester Shannon Kryc Weihmiller Jason M. Winter Barbara L. Zamora J. Andrew Wise Melanie Downie Zupan CONTRIBUTORS Peter J. Akey Timothy A. Bognar Richelle J. Bolyard Molly Wilkinson Chavers Todd A. Clark Kimberly Stimmel Coyne Wynesia L. Dickerson Cathryn Cassells Ensley John L. Ferringer Mark F. Fink Sara Bosin Fink Christopher B. Gilchrist Kimberly Sandner Goff Jennifer Miller Grable Kelly Ortner Grant Jaime Best Guthals Neil A. Guthals Lori A. Hagest Ryan M. Hays Rachel Hood Herrman Gregory A. Hewitt Janna Schwenn Hill Brian E. Hulsebus Susan E. Jackson Emily A. Jedlicka Adrienne Hoos Johnson Austin S. Johnson Jennifer L. Johnson Beth Felker Jones Jennifer Bundy Kistler Brian S. Lord Joel A. Luckhaupt Sara Peters Luckhaupt Meredith Marcum Manchester Michael A. Matteucci Melissa A. Mazelin Garrett Hedgespeth Miller Kerrie L. Milligan Elizabeth A. Mizell Amelia Somerville Moen Abigail Lounsbury Morrow Monica Roe Nicholas Brooke Young North Jason R. Pagels Joshua G. D. Patterson Jeffrey L. Rader Katie Elftmann Rader Lindsay D. Render Kimberley R. Rogers Richard J. Roth III John R. Stephens Elizabeth A. Sundermann Kelly Hughes Vaclavek William F. Vandover Elisa Villanueva Beard Jeffrey C. Wagner Shelley Farr Wetzel Susan R. Whittle Prescott M. Wright Mayako Yamashita ◆ Ryan J. Danks Kathryn Pitts Hickey Erika Amundson Melchiorre Rebecca Shaw Sims Christopher A. Susott PATRONS CIRCLE Katharine Heldt Falace Krista Lutterman Hurt Christopher S. Landis Lathe E. Miller Elizabeth Goldberg Powell Perry J. Trowbridge BUILDERS CIRCLE Anne S. Becker Klarysa J. Benge Jason J. Chan Cara Crosby Clippinger Rebecca McConnell Cunningham Steven M. Dellinger Ryan P. Dullea Elizabeth A. English A. Grant Hale Joshua D. Holton Lindsey Gottfred Holton ◆ Jennifer Raney Kalmus Scott M. Kalmus Bobbi Ruehter Kay Jonathan A. Klinginsmith Megan Greves Klinginsmith Lindsay Sandman Lefevere Catherine A. Lux Melanie Garrett Messer Russell E. Newton James T. Pearson Susan Cartwright Pearson Laura Hudson Pollom John A. Price Susan Bender Price Michael J. Rusie Bradley K. Stevens Tracy Wilhelmy Stevens Benjamin L. Stewart Peter P. Ten Eyck Sara Elizabeth Torpey Jennifer Bachert Venutolo Thomas J. Venutolo Michael N. Woodworth Megan Patterson Zalokar CONTRIBUTORS Erica K. Amoni Jared M. Anderson Traci Close Anderson Heidi Middendorf Bagwell Hugh C. Bartlett, Jr. Emily R. Bealke Jason T. Bird Paula Jo Boback Janet L. Briner Jennifer L. Briscoe Joshua W. Burch Kelly A. Conway Vivian Caro Cook Andrew J. Cornelius Frank M. Crump IV Dana Bowen Cummings Karen Shutt Dille Christina Martin Dunnick Greta Hickman Dutton Benjamin C. Everson Taryn Brand Fine William S. Froehlich Jim S. Furman Zachary A. Gerdts Stephanie E. Gerner Kimberly E. Gilbert Patricia A. Guagliardo Bradley S. Hallman Michael J. Hays Heidi Reddersdorf Heldt Brian M. Hersh Lauren Bennett Hersh Dana R. Holdman Jessica Hayden Hornocker Brooke Washburn Housh Brian W. Jennings Nicole B. Johnson Jaime Lilly Kaldahl Emily Jones Knuth Catherine Force Koczaja Summer Burgin Kuhlman Leticia C. Liggett Jenny Meingasner Lynn M. Miller Christopher B. Moen Karrie Travis Monce Caroline E. Nagy Pamela Fisher O’Connell Anna Eidson Palmer Ryan C. Palmer Leonica Keilman Parker Kara Vozel Patterson David R. Peaper Deborah J. Perez ◆ David J. Posegay Katherine Walch Rapp Beth Siedentopf Ray Jennifer D. Rutkowski-Smith Kristin Salib Clinton W. Sheets Emily C. Smith Kenton B. Smith Jessica Collins South Catharine L. Sprinkel Edward M. Tarbox Tracy Turner-Wolford Robert J. Warren Carin Chappelow Werbeck Brian A. White Jennifer M. Worth Sara Fuhrmann Young

1998

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Jamie L. Lewis Nadia T. Mitchem Alicia M. Root ANNUAL FUND: $16,911 DONORS: 117 PARTICIPATION: 26% CHARTER CIRCLE** Julie Kollhoff Ball Deborah Dalenberg Eskew Brian P. Hauck ◆ Jamie L. Lewis ◆ Alicia M. Root ◆ Mark A. Smiley Scott R. Stokke Sarah Voss Wagner Amy K. Weisenbach FOUNDERS CIRCLE Colin R. Connor PATRONS CIRCLE Benjamin G. Elrod Devon K. Everhart Stephen A. Falace Gretchen Uphoff Fruchey Kristin Sasse Griffin Nathan A. Macy ◆ Nadia T. Mitchem Erica Levy Reh David P. Schellenbach Laura Thurmond Schellenbach Margaret E. Snow BUILDERS CIRCLE Lauren McBeath Albarella Julie Seddelmeyer Ashabraner Kristin Comer Belyew Jennifer Philips Bott Brandon M. Burke Lora Yue-Moi Chio Jonathan M. Clippinger Jennifer Schmaltz Ellis Jodi Noffsinger Hwang Megan Cary Lobe Marguerite Daly McCarthy Laura A. Mehaffey Carlin R. Metzger Althea Vidmar Ohe Adam T. Payne Jason M. Phelps Joshua M. Pitcock Edward A. Rhodes Cassidy Ruschell Rosenthal Martin A. Ruiz Jennifer Schwartz Schmidt Scott E. Shepherd Rachel Hofmann Shockley Peter A. Siddiqui Christopher J. Sidor Alexandra Rafferty Tilghman Daniel Lee Tilghman III Heather Updike Turner Mary Emison Uptain Katrina L. Wahl Elizabeth Talyor Warren DiJeana C. Wilks Jordan P. Williams Emily Risk Winters

2000

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Amber Franklin LaRue William Scott Priebe Scott R. Reynolds ANNUAL FUND: $20,671 DONORS: 144 PARTICIPATION: 31% CHARTER CIRCLE** Michael D. Adams Bradley R. Foss Jessica Combs Harrison Joshua D. Johnson Richard S. Kebrdle ◆ Amber Franklin LaRue James D. LaRue J. Nathaniel Powell ◆ William Scott Priebe ◆ Scott R. Reynolds ◆ Nigel J. Riggins ◆ W. Marshall Sims ◆ Jill M. Skogheim Kristen Bamberth Ulery Nathan A. Ulery David C. Warner PATRONS CIRCLE Andrew A. Chauner Ramona Santiago Chauner David A. Copple Michelle Ross Kelly W. Kenney Marlatt Ryan J. Opeka Alissa Ewald Trowbridge

“My DePauw experience was an ideal combination of academic, professional and social activities. I double majored in economics and Spanish, participated in the Management Fellows program, studied abroad/off-campus for two semesters and was a member of a sorority – all of which had a significant positive impact on my career and graduate studies. I continue to benefit from friendships with my former professors and mentors and from networking with other DePauw students and alumni socially, professionally and through volunteer activities.” – Jamie L. Lewis ’98

1999

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Jennifer Raney Kalmus David J. Posegay ANNUAL FUND: $16,847 DONORS: 118 PARTICIPATION: 27% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Jennifer Stephenson Keller CHARTER CIRCLE** John H. Bankhurst

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
BUILDERS CIRCLE Claire Bishop Abely Manuel Amezcua Jamie Aussieker Boyer Anne M. Bracken Elizabeth J. Buening Theresa Nysewander Dellinger Matthew E. Dumas Kim Fowee-Perera Tara A. Avery Frate Elizabeth Brooke Hamilton Jennifer C. Lange Robert Justin Mapes Kevin A. McKelvey Robert John Miltner ◆ Chico Shon Moss Zachary Paul Mugge Molly McLaughlin Ott Nicholas A. Parcell Brian C. Parsons Jillian Boote Parsons Nathanial E. Pitzer Richard J. Quagliaroli Cody Jerden Reyes Kimberly M. Rymer Emilie Kasube Slattery Margaret L. Stahr Brady C. Toliver II CONTRIBUTORS Meredith Husak Balderas Shayna Schupan Barry Paul Amancio Bautista Allison Bell Bell Jason J. Biss Anna R. Bolton Adam Dara Brackemyre Monica Brownewell-Smith Dawn Ahlgren Chapman Eugene G. Chio Julie DeJongh Chio Ashley Sustae Clifford Matthew S. Clifford Heidi L. Douglass John W. Dutton Katherine Hodgson Ewers Stephanie Schultz Fedorowicz Tonya Heetland Fenske Kimberly Kaminski Fink Sarah Burnett Fischer Rachel E. Forde Candace C. Frates Ryan J. Gackenheimer Brian Robert Garrison Kristen J. Gauly Sandra Sherman George Leanne Schulte Gorman Robert C. Gorman Jacqueline Matheu Goyette Elizabeth Hope Grover Jennifer Hetzel Hallman Angie Hamilton-Lowe Daniel Hamilton-Lowe Nicole Neal Hardesty Kurt D. Hare Jennifer Friant Harris Jennifer Burger Herrmann Brian T. Hicks Sara Warren Hicks Nathaniel L. Hobbs Molly A. Hodgin Andrew S. Holloway Jillian Putnam Holloway James Franklin Holt James B. Humphreys II Andrew J. Huys Karine Lee Huys Sara Nicole Imhulse Kelly Eagan Jacobs Blythe E. Janowiak Grant L. Jenkins Erin R McDaniel Jovanovic Larry George Jovanovic Caroline Anne Kennedy Jill Auyer Lacey Jennifer R. Leis Max E. Lewis John David Maggard Teressa Maria Martin Cortney Long Miller Kirsten R. Mindrum Jennifer M. Monty Robert K. Morse Kendall Lea Noyes Analisa C. Oviedo Brent R. Patterson Nicholas Conrad Phipps Xavier L. Pokorzynski Adam S. Purgason Alison Jo Rabb Keyona C. Revere Lee Wright Roberts Michael E. Roberts Erica P. Scott Amy K. Seeberger Emily A Lill Shaffer Benjamin D. Shane Jacob A. Sommer Sarahbeth Scantlin Spasojevich George Scott Spears Elizabeth H. Stansell Kelly Tancredi Tancredi Elizabeth Reed Varga Imre Roland Varga Alicia Renee Walker Felicia Rai Walker Christopher J. Weaver Kathryn Beaver Weaver Suzannah Beumer White Lynsay Clutter Wilson Emily Marie Winkel Catherine Hall Wong Corey Clark Young Laura Downs Young GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Amy Eileen Hasbrook Ashley S. English Alana Keilman Farrell Matthew R. Farrell Benjamin M. Farris ◆ Daniel S. Garrison Lindsay E. Hey Jarrett L. Hicks Nathan E. Hubbard Adam W. Kersey Nicole Kuhn Kersey Holly Klunk-Carollo Michelle Geary Lane Todd J. Lane Brian F. McCord Kathleen Murphy Miltner Adilah Sabreen Muhammad Eric S. Nelson Nancy L. Nicely Charles W. Queen Emily Rose Rhoden Madeleine Shephard Sinclair H. Nelson Spencer, Jr. Katherine Swift Spencer Brian D. Webb Kelli N. Wilson Ryan S.Winkler CONTRIBUTORS Erik C. Albers Chad J. Ashcraft Tara McKillip Bautista Walter J. Bennett II Aaron E. Booth Eileen Emison Booth Andre J. Boulais Katherine E. Brambl Beth Ann Brandon Jennifer L. Breck Michael J. Breon Heather McDermit Brewster Karen L. Bushouse Kara B. Cebulko Jessica Brianne Chandler Bridget K. Chase Meridith R. Christman Alison S. Clark Frederick M. Crampton Joy Duginske Crampton Joshua R. Diller Brian E. Dixon Dorothy E. Doggett Christine L. Dugan Aaron W. Ellis Matthew E. Fink Stephen E. Fischer S. Luke Flory Mason N. Floyd Paula Leigh Frederick Anne Berry Froehlich Kristin M. Fulton Lisa M. Goecke Christopher L. Grashoff Melissa A. Greives Benjamin J. Griswold Amanda L. Grooms Allison Burdge Hardin Katie Effinger Hewitt ◆ Tamra-Lee N. Higgs Ivan D. Hoffman Sarah M. Holian Angela R. Hollinger Jennifer Van Hoozer Hutson Katherine Strickland Huys Andrea W. John Shavonne R. Johnson Shawn C. Johnson Erica Christophersen Jones Jesse M. Kinder Bethea Covington Lane Abbey Blake Levenshus Michael R. Martin Anubhav N. Mathur Jennifer Lynn May Lindsay A. Mayfield Glenn R. McCain Katherine M. McCleary Angela Jo McCord Kristi L. Merrill Douglas E. Milliken Shannon Greybar Milliken Lawren K. Mills M. Susan Mills Whitney Schnacke Mounts Molly S. Mugge Makedonka Melanie Najdeski Yuly Ng-Cheung Andrew J. Nielsen Leslie A. Nolan Bradley A. Pierce Molly Carrell Pierce Rebecca C. Purvis Kathleen C. Quinn Jessica Freeman Rabuck Jennifer Geary Riefe Jess D. Riefe Sunniva H. Rodgers Ashley L. Sales David P. Simon Erin Hogan Simril Greggory R. Simril Steven T. Spasojevich Ross G. Wagner John K. Wall Adrienne Gough Watts Elizabeth Neffle Wilson Devon F. Wright Felix P. Yau GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Polly Elizabeth Marchese OTHER GIFTS Leslie A. Nolan Michael J. Diekhoff Heather Boody Dinn Matthew P. Dinn Andrew W. Florell Thomas M. Green Jason M. Lee Justin L. McNabney Kiley J. McQuinn Palak M. Pandya Sally Rush Peter Leah Stanfield Porras Michelle Ziegler Quagliaroli Meredith Mulvey Truitt Reid C. Vegeler Reginald T. Williams Sarah Schwartz Woodworth ANNUAL FUND: $9,839 DONORS: 141 PARTICIPATION: 35% CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Jane H. Bankhurst ◆ Amy Kostrzewa Bracken ◆ Jacob P. Bracken Jeffery M. Cowden Kirsten J. Hagen ◆ Edmund B. Nightingale Rebecca Hedge Nightingale Ann Triplett Warner PATRONS CIRCLE ◆ Sally Rush Peter ◆ Meredith Mulvey Truitt BUILDERS CIRCLE Robert J. Baughman III Courtenay Grass Bogers Brandon M. Chapman Lindsay A. Cornelius ◆ Heather Boody Dinn ◆ Matthew P. Dinn Jennifer Barsema Enders Michael C. Field Scott C. Franson Aaron D. Grant Jaclyn McDaniel Hicks Lysiane Huber Rebecca S. Konowicz Amber Wolma McGuire Natalie M. Moore Robert S. Parham ◆ Leah Stanfield Porras ◆ Michelle Ziegler Quagliaroli Annamarie Hernandez Quintero Jonathan M. Rauch Lindsay L. Schultz Brian E. Socolofsky Roy J. Talyor Julia Demske Woodard Justin C. Woodard ◆ Sarah Schwartz Woodworth Jameson A. Young CONTRIBUTORS David K. Allan Anonymous Rebecca Collevechio Applegate ◆ Roxanne Walters Bain Sarah E. Batterton Erin J. Bauer Erin Canfield Bossnack Kristal L. Brick Katherine A. Brown Haley Ann Carney Eva Carrera-Abdul Wendy M. Casterton Kristen Wagner Clarke Elizabeth Elliott Cook Gregory T. Cook Paul A. Cummings Cynthia M. Davis ◆ Michael J. Diekhoff Marilyn Shepard Dredge Andrea Turpin Edgecomb Michael S. Emrie Jennifer Poehler England Tammer A. Farid Kendra Hatcher Fisk Scott G. Fisk ◆ Andrew W. Florell David Matthew Foster James R. Foster Stephanie A. Freeman Meghan M. Frelk Jill E. Garrison David S. Gauly Katherine D. Gibson Kathryn R. Graham ◆ Thomas M. Green Aaron J. Hackman Michelle A. Hahn Abbi L. Harrison Kristin Snyder Himsel Megan E. Hockley

2002

CLASS CO-CHAIRS Jane H. Bankhurst Jacob P. Bracken REUNION COMMITTEE: Roxanne Walters Bain Amy Kostrzewa Bracken

2001

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Daniel S. Garrison David W. Garrison Ashley B. Krieg ANNUAL FUND: $9,350 DONORS: 130 PARTICIPATION: 27% CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ David W. Garrison Erica Kruse Garrison Christine M. Hohenberger Lindsay Hunt Priebe Wandini Dixon-Fyle Riggins PATRONS CIRCLE ◆ Ashley B. Krieg BUILDERS CIRCLE Rachel E. Atterberry Richard E. Bevis Leslie Oesterle Boeckel Mark R. Boeckel ◆ Michael E. Bogers Nicholas B. Bowles Amanda Kasl Burke Kyleen Jensen Bushroe Meghan Duke Cushman

“It has always been a goal of mine to speak another language fluently. I became interested in Japan through the Japanese language classes I started taking in my first year at DePauw. As a junior now studying at Kansai Gaidai University in Osaka, Japan, I am improving my language skills, experiencing the culture, and making new friends. Being awarded the Sharon Hamilton Nolte Prize meant a lot to me because it shows that DePauw alumni and friends still care very much about the pursuit of education across many venues.” – Michael Craig Mills ’09, Olmsted Falls, Ohio

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
“I am enrolled in DePauw’s five-year dual degree program, pursuing degrees in psychology and music. This year, I spent a semester studying music in Vienna. For the past three years, I have been very active in the School of Music as a member of the band, orchestra and horn ensemble. I am grateful and honored to be named a Presser Scholar. The work that the Presser Foundation does in supporting music students helps to sustain the arts in our culture.” – Corinne M. Webb ’09, Edina, Minn. Recipient of the Presser Undergraduate Scholar Award
Michael J. Robinson Alison L. Sales Courtney R. Sayther John E. Schray David A. Scott Natalie N. Seibert Amanda J. Sims Jason F. Speckman Katherine E. Starkey John B. Stephens Natalie Deer Sutton Martha E. Talyor Natalie Klooz Thompson Jennifer K. Watts Brian J. Wells Thomas A. Whittaker Heather Lee Ann Wiles GIFTS IN HONOR OF Brian Neal Spilbeler OTHER GIFTS John Christopher Frankel Abigail Anna Huffer Nana Japaridze Natasha Anne Jaroscak Paul M. Johnson Brady Katherine Jones Bethany Garrison Kelly Elizabeth Leigh Lacey Amanda Louise Link Abigail Longardner Lynn Amy Julia MacDoniels Leigh Ann Matesich Erin Michelle McConnell Alyssa Powers McGaughey Kassey Jo Ann McQuinn Rebecca Dodd Miller Scott Gregory Moster Gregory T. Niemesh Ashlee Marie Nisley Colin Peter O’Flaherty Sonia Susan Olikara Jamie Lynn Oslawski Jonathan David Owens Emily Elizabeth Parsons Kelly Janine Patterson Bethany Danielle Perry Erica Mary Peterson Megan Monroe Racz Andrew Brandon Raker Kathryn Fuller Raphael Kevin Christopher Rasp Allison Kimberly Rechter Jessica Leigh Sater Molly Kathryn Savage Jane E. Schaadt Rose Emily Shingledecker Allyson Tindall Simpson Brian Andrew Smith Kelli Jean Smith Kristin Wyer Smith Mary Hancock Starkey Jonathan Ryan Taylor David Martin Trogden Jonelle Yvette Van Buiten Kirstyn Marie Wentzel Union Michael Williams Eric Andrew Wolfe Damon Russell Xanthopoulos Mary J. Zeiger OTHER GIFTS Matthew James Arient Cory Robert Johnson CONTRIBUTORS Tina Flispart Ahlgren Mark Robert Alson Varinia Salazar Arceo John Fullilove Avery III Devin Dahmer Barr Brandon Everett Beeler Beth Ellen Bishop Bethany Gail Brewer Jody Michelle Butts Michelle Williams Cagle Amy E. Caturano Linden Kathleen Christ Michelle Marie Coduti Robert Page Cotton Bryan David Cuculich Kyle James Danforth Elise Margaret De Camp Qiming Deng Margo Catherine Eagon Kathleen Ann Egan David Andrew Egger Sarah Elizabeth Eiler Kristin Ann Emerson Sarajane Yoo Eppley Elizabeth Miller Ernst Matthew Mark Ferrell David Mc Cambridge Fox Nancy Anne Garrigus Katherine Elizabeth Gee Ninos Gewargis Ryan E. Grable Jonathan James Gratz Craig Edward Greiwe David Joseph Hafley James Robinson Hamlin Sarah Wallace Heckman Heather Michelle Helmbrecht Brian David Hurley Anne Mahoney Jackson Ariane Rose Jaskolka Elizabeth Margaret Jay Kyle E. Johnson Lynnette Shie Karth Lauren Beatty Kawai Sarah Marie Korelin James David Larson Amanda Jane Levy Melissa Anne Llano Joshua Andrew Lorenz Gina Marie Mancuso Regina Jonelle Mantovani Elizabeth Anne McDaniel Meghan Elizabeth McNulty Molly Elizabeth Monroe Pamela Anne Munch Scott Phillip Nees Cristin Danielle Neil Erin Greenlee Nixon Peter Edward Ohs Megan Mrowiec Owens Ashley Jamison Patton ◆ Gabrielle Elise Peek Sara Megan Peterson Sarah Jeanne Preuschl Shantelle L. Ransdell Adam Scott Ratner Melanie Brewer Rentsch Michelle Louise Rhodes Laura Anne Roller Ian Bruce Roosma Jason Randolf Schwerdt Lindsey Colleen Stanley Dana Hudson Stone Ian Michael Stone Elizabeth Anne Thompson Jennifer Miller Triplett Obinna Derrick Ugokwe Katherine Sue Whitaker Joshua Mark Wilson Alexandra Mary Wyatt Sarah Elizabeth Young

2004
Andrea Clark Hoffman Michael S. Hult Tiffany M. Ingles Kyril Varil Jardinico Kathryn McGill Joiner Kari B. Koeper Justin B. Kolb Rebecca A. Krukowski Sara Kopacz Kubin Alisa Corey Kuehn Elizabeth H. Kurfess Jessica L. Lange Elizabeth M. Lewis Sean K. Lewis James D. Mahoney Aimee N. Marschand Kasee G. Matters Laura K. McCammack Sarah A. McDermond Shelley M. McDonald Jason W. McElroy ◆ Kiley J. McQuinn Timothy M. Miller Elisha L. Modisett Michelle M. Morgan Erin Rogers Neff Kendall H. Nelson Jennifer K. Nielsen Joseph H. Nixon III Rebecca A. Nunemaker Shawn S. Odle Heather C. Oster Jacqueline L. Overman ◆ Palak M. Pandya Natalie Emge Raben Kimberly A. Richardson Samantha J. Robbins Renae M. Rogers Susan Tarr Rolfs Timothy R. Rolfs Carmeleta E. Rouse Kelley Vaughn Rubin Courtney M. Ryan Kimberly E. Sall Emily A. Shagley Stephen A. Silca Melissa Reinke Simon Meagan M. Sinn Serena Longyear Smith Lucas A. Snyder John T. Stanford Allison M. Stoller Christopher J. Terhune Angela B. Thompson Christi Soule Thompson Jessica S. Thompson Molly Andrews Thompson Christina Collins Truelove Macey E. Wenzel Kristin Spellmeyer Werne ◆ Reginald T. Williams Barry S. Wormser Nancy C. Yearing Jennifer L. Yoder Corey McConnell Best Jami Snodgrass Bezy Ryan P. Bezy John E. Bossnack Jay B. Bowles Lindsay A. Bush Lydia J. Butler Jeffrey S. Cochran Daynan J. Crull Stephanie Brown Cunnyngham Theresa J. Daily Beau T. Davis Meghann Huels Dials Kathryn Longer Dixon Elizabeth A. Donahue Kristin E. Dovenmuehle John T. Effinger DeAnn L. Flora Emily C. Gage Emily Collins Hallford Michael E. Harmon Kevin M. Harvey George E. Heidenreich V Leila C. Hernandez Annette Camelia Hobbs Andrew P. Isch Matthew C. Joiner Jeffrey A. Jones Christopher K. Kessler Sara K. King Lillian Marmouze Kleinlein Andrea K. Koehler Katie L. Lemons Matthew S. Lewison Marcelino G. Lopez Joy Lotz Mahoney James L. Mayfield IV Jennifer L. McDermott Andrew P. McGovern Nathan M. Moch Sarah Mordan-McCombs Sarah J. Murray Mary E. Murrill Skye McQuary O’Shaughnessy Carrie A. Page Lucretia M. Payne Melissa C. Payne Caroline A. Philipchuck M. Brittain Phillips Daniel M. Reck Melissa Reyes Briana Rhodes

ANNUAL FUND: $4,783 DONORS: 91 PARTICIPATION: 20% CHARTER CIRCLE** Matthew J. Kleymeyer Stephen J. Robinson PATRONS CIRCLE Kathryn L. Welter BUILDERS CIRCLE Jason E. Becker ◆ Patricia Jennifer Cooksey Aaron Lee Drake John S. Gergely Megan Casey Glover Tristan D. Glover Katharine Marie Kruse Jonathan David Lau Benjamin Gerhart Marston R. Brandon Sokol Wesley T. Thornhill Jing Tun Michael Ashby Valentine Molly Virginia Young CONTRIBUTORS Allison Marie Agee Daniel Raymond Ahlgren Amanda Lee Baker Lizette Barnes Baumann Katie Aileen Beehler David Vincent Blackburn II Lauren Janelle Bohlander Marie Louise Crump Bowers ◆ Tobias J. Butler Erin Eileen Camin Christian Campos Kendra Leigh Chaney Melinda Raeann Colbert Elizabeth Erin Crouch Julia Ann Crouch Abby Sue Dawkins Meredith Joan Wodyka Douglas Loren Elisa Faulkner Joseph Adamje Feeney-Ruiz Erin Elizabeth Filson Arthur David Fisher, Jr. William Andrew Griffith Adria Marie Haley Kellie Lee Hasselbeck Maria Lynn Herrera Lindsey Jane Holden

2003

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Thomas M. Kominsky Kathryn D. Rudolph ANNUAL FUND: $6,059 DONORS: 95 PARTICIPATION: 21% CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Thomas M. Kominsky PATRONS CIRCLE Alex T. Porter Ryan S. Truitt BUILDERS CIRCLE Guillermo H. Amezcua Brooke Barbee Benjamin A. Betz Katherine Reis Bonomo Adam M. Broderick Andrew D. Demorotski Anne Plymate Field Melissa K. Fredericks Matthew R. Laird Peter J. Molfese Theresa A.M. Noble Nikki D. Price Haley Rhoades Mark C. Rinehart ◆ Kathryn D. Rudolph Daniel P. Ryan Scott K. Shelbourne Edward J. Whitford CONTRIBUTORS Cynthia L. Ackelmire Anastasia S. Argoe Bethany S. Bailey Suzanne M. Barnes John T. Benton

2005

ANNUAL FUND: $4,748 DONORS: 95 PARTICIPATION: 18% CHARTER CIRCLE** Matthew Perry Bereman Matthew James Lytle PATRONS CIRCLE Patrick Andrew Croner BUILDERS CIRCLE Kristina Marie Amarantos Lindsey Rean Ciochina Stephanie Nicole Hartman Kyle Patrick McGrath Michael Gabriel Mehringer Brian Timothy Murphy Erin Elizabeth Murphy William Calvin Riley Lindsay Elizabeth Tato Anthony Michael Williams Sarah Lynn Zondor

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
2006
ANNUAL FUND: $1,930 DONORS: 60 PARTICIPATION: 10% BUILDERS CIRCLE Allison Ket Clem Brian Scott Gooch Rebecca Leigh Ruegg Nadya Sarah Schmitter John Charles Stephens Maggie Cristina Tresslar CONTRIBUTORS Heather Marie Adler Jill Carver Anderson Austin Amado ArceoNegrich Sheena Rae Arink Brittany Nicole Barber Robert Allen Blau Jonathan Carl Bostrom Dorothea Elizabeth Brown Anne Arundel Burnett Jonathan Christopher Coffin Brian Jeffrey Culp Craig Andrew Cunningham Christopher Andrew Doran Matthew Joseph Ehinger Caitlin Marie Eichelberger Shawn Marie Evans Phillip Michael Exline Patrick Perry Ferrini Megan Elizabeth Fogarty Bradley Thomas Giordano Heidi Lynne Gonso Ian Matthew Gunn Andrew Samuel Hanson Kye Trisler Hawkins Lauren Christina Hawley Courtney Elizabeth Jeffries Deborah Emma Jewell Nicole Marjorie Kernan Cynthia Schwartz Knauer Martha Ann Leader Eric Thomas Mattingly Margaret Ann McCullough Christopher Ryan Myrvold Alexandra Joanne Nelson Ryan Everette Nesbitt Richard Cassidy O’Donnell, Jr. Michael Anthony Oren Sarah Lynn Plymate Ryan Joseph Randolph Jeffrey Matthew Roth Amanda Celine Royalty Aliese Anahid Sarkissian Robert Mitchell Schoch Ashley Elizabeth Sewell Donna Marie Shawhan Andrea Kaye Speller Michael Scott Stanek Shannon Gregory Starr Emily Myers Steele Michael P. Triplett Melissa Marie Webb Laura Frances Whenmouth Christina Marie Wichert Eileen Marie Wiedbrauk GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Vanessa Anne Baer ANNUAL FUND: $2,220 DONORS: 386 PARTICIPATION: 79% BUILDERS CIRCLE ◆ Kathryn McKenzie Deppe CONTRIBUTORS Franklin C. Aba-Onu Kyle Duane Aberle Joshua Scott Abrams Lindsey Ann Adams Mary Jo Adams Dylan Christian Allread Mary Kathryn Alonso Janelle Corrine Amberg Ashley Rose Amodeo Forest Hoyt Andrews David Mena Araiza Stephen Nii Aryee Karen Allison Babbs Allison Anne Baccich Katherine Ann Backes Ivan Anatoliev Bagaliyski Bridget Kelley Bailey Christopher Alan Ball Christopher Scott Bannister Ethan Elliot Barnes Meredith Ann Barnett ◆ Lindsay Ann Bartlett Matthew Grant Barwise E. Webb Bassick V Colin Ryan Batko Ashley Lynne Baxstrom James Christopher Baxter Natalie Kay Beardsley Lauren McDermit Beatrice Janelle Renee Beckford Travis J. Behrens Chad Thomas Bennett Brendan Patrick Berigan Kevin Clayton Bever Kanishka Bhattacharya Brian Eric Bitzer Jacob Jeffrey Blasdel ◆ Alexander Albert Boucher Jessica Lynne Bowlds Laura Elizabeth Brandsen Andrew Edwards Brandstatter Katrina Renee Brent Jeremy Peter Brok Austin Dudley Brown Emmalynn Brown William Rogers Brown Bess Meredith Browning Sarah Kristen Brucks Danielle Renee Brueck Nicholas Adam Bruick Kathryn Diana Brus Lauren Len Budreau Kyle Wayne Burns Jennifer Lynn Burress Isabel Elena Campos Amanda Lee Chapman Chinonye Onyebuchi Chukwu Michael Danbert Claus Benjamin Theodore Clement Marc-Jayson Climaco ◆ Andrew Bond Cole Mary Webster Compton Ryan Hilliard Coney Thomas Swisher Corbett Susan Marie Cordes Sarah Elizabeth Craft Janine Elizabeth Crantz Brittany Morgan Crisan Jordan Elizabeth Cuddy Lauren Jo Curosh Nicole Morgan Dalesandro Gail Michelle Dalessandro Katie Elizabeth Daniel Luis Frederick Davila Alexandra Mc Millen Davis Kyle Christopher Davis Claudia Alejandra de León Katherine Herrel De Wert Amanda M. E. Decker Lenny Del Rosario Jacqueline Nicole Dennis ◆ Sherise Lou Ellen Denny Bryan Joseph Dobrik Jeffrey J. Dobrik Suzanna May Doughty Patrick Michael Doumas Danielle Marie Dravet Andrea Marie Dres Emily Marie Driver Megan Kristen Duffee Adam Cornelius Dunn Brittany Erin Hughes Durr Lindsay Erin Eckert Michelle Lynn Edvenson Kareem Junior Edwards William Burgess Elliott, Jr. Kimberly Michelle Elmore ◆ Joshua Gill Enneking Genevieve Marie Espinoza Elisabeth Walker Evans ◆ Elizabeth Adrienne Farrelly Robert Alan Farrow II Franklin Lewis Fearington Jacob Evan Federle Davis Merre Federspiel Elizabeth Ann Feighner Stephanie Jo Fields Courtney Shea Figg Jessica Ann Finchum Courtney Elizabeth Fischer Allison Elizabeth Fisher Catherine Emily Flynn Matthew Edward Fosheim Emily Ellen Fox Kelly Ann Fransted David Thomas Furman, Jr. Sarah Kathleen Gagle Rebecca Jean Gaines Sarah Kathryn Gates Brandon Sean Gee Cynthia Marie Geiger ◆ Anthony Joseph Gemma Mark Christopher Gentry Daniel C. Gifford Christopher Raymond Gines Renee Marie Giometti Mary Ryan Godley Katie Jo Goforth Meagan Elizabeth Goss Amanda Gail Graue Brittany Leigh Graves Victoria Reeves Greising Rachel Alice Grimmer Lauren Marie Guggina Anna Marie Hake Carly Marie Hammel Kyle Thomas Hampton Kathi Lynn Harland Jordan Patrick Harp Elizabeth Meriko Hartnett Clinton Michael Hasenour Kyle Alan Hawkins Cory Wayne Heck Elizabeth Johnston Hecker Alex Harvey Helm Bryan Robert Helm Kristin Ann Hendrich Ellen Clare Henry Melyna Hernandez Dustin Scott Hertel Bradley Arthur Hertzberg Christine Lynn Heumann Brandon Van Hill Matthew George Hinman Lauren Michelle Hoffmann Alison Elisabeth Hoover ◆ Brandon Jameson Horn Katherine Jane Hughey Drew Thomas Humphrey Michael Cornelius Hurley Kathryn Lillian Ireland ◆ Erik Christopher Janesky Jennifer Elizabeth Jessen Miguel Jimenez Andrew Philip Johnson Forrest Robert Johnson ◆ Stacey Ann Johnson Casey Elizabeth Jolley ◆ Andrea Elizabeth Jones ◆ Benjamin Myron Lane Jones Christopher Arthur Jones Kathryn Elizabeth Jung Kevin Richard Kaiser Mary Katherine Kaminski Kiersten Ann Kamman ◆ Megan Cyr Kaulakis Jennifer Starcevich Kennedy Tyler Paul Kennedy Susanne Cynthia Kerekes Elizabeth Elaine Kindig Michelle Allison King Richard Will King Anneliese Marie Kite Lindsey Sharon Klotz Katherine Anne Knepper Kathryn Ruth Knight Peter Warren Kostroski Caitlin Hall Kramer Jerilyn Marie Kremer Daniel Mills Krouse Jessica Marie Krueger Jarrett Tyler Ksenak Spencer Hamilton Barnes Kunath Colin Thomson Lakin Gregory Allen Laposa Elizabeth Danforth Lathrop Robert Raymond Lavieri Abigail Suzanne Laymon Peter Joseph Lazaroff Tuyen-Kim T. Le Brittany Blair Leerkamp Eric Ra Lewis Germaine Anthony Lewis Gregory Eugene Lewis Kristen Marie Little Stacie Marie Livingston Drew Arnold Lohoff Andrew Browns Long Patrick William Lowe Kelly Leigh Lowery ◆ Sarah Marie Ludwig Bryce Steven Lynn Timothy David Lyon Julia Edythe Mac Donald Ian Patrick Mac Leod Kristen Nicole Mahon Tyler Christopher Mallory Zachary Brent Marquand Alexander Bowen Martin Kimberly Martin del Campo Carolyn Ann Martzolf Emily Ruth Mason Jaime Ann Mathias Dion Kwesi Matthews Ross Abraham Mc Entarfer Peter James Vance Mc Farland Vanessa Nadia Mc Kenzie Blair Leigh McCarthy Adam Thomas McClean Margaret Paige McDermott Matthew Douglas McDonald Caitlin Elizabeth McGonigal Mary Elizabeth McKnight Marian Joan McLaughlin Patricia Jane McShane Aimee Rebecca Menne Julianne Buchanan Merrill Colin Patrick Milligan Scott Carpenter Moen Maureen Kelly Mohan ◆ Brittany Jane Mohrman Philip Robert Mooney Courtney Beth Moore Tyler Grant Morelock Annie Michelle Morgan Brandon Dean Morrical Lindsay E. W. Morris Michael Steven Morris, Jr. Katherine Hartman Morse Michael Townsend Motch ◆ James Norman Halls Muetzel Brittany Mulligan-Hawkins Katherine McDonald Murphy Meghan Elizabeth Murphy ◆ Janell Nicole Nagel Tyler Scott Napier ◆ John Arthur Newburn Christopher Paul Newman Nicholas Chrisman Noel Shawn Ryan O’Banion Shane Murphy O’Connell Juliana Oluwatoyin Odetunde Kelly Ann Orgo Thomas Blake Orner Ryan Daniel Orr Kathryn Patricia Osterhage Sarah Elisabeth Ostrowski Elizabeth Mary Pantaleoni Sarah Katherine Pasyk Hallie Margaret Patterson ◆ Aundrea Nicole Patton Tyler Jakob Pawl Douglas S. Peer Jessica Marie Peter Courtney Lynn Petersen Mark Ryan Peterson Emily Paige Pflum Rebecca Laverne Phifer Laura Ashley Phillips Timothy Joseph Piatek Courtney Ann Pierce Ashley Gillie Piper Elizabeth Rebecca Polleys Jennifer Laura Porter Paul William Porter ◆ Pamela Michelle Powers Kelly Marie Presutti ◆ Susannah Marie Ramshaw Aaron De Von Randolph Amy Ruth Ratliff Kyra Dawn Reed Kevin Lamar Reese Robert Alexander Rhea Mary Beth Robinson Amanda Alice Rosenbaum Matthew James Rosensteele Meghan Elizabeth Rowland Blair Kathryn Rudert ◆ Patrick O’Shea Sabo Emily Marie Saiter Reid William Sakel Kathleen Michelle Sanders Loran Alana Sandman

“As I furnish my new apartment in Chicago, I watch my bank account deplete every day! Still, I am, and always will be, dedicated to giving back to DePauw. My gift, no matter how large or small, is a constant reminder of my well-rounded liberal arts education and my life-altering experiences on and off-campus during my four years of study. I believe encouraging philanthropic behavior, especially to students at the college level, will lead to charitable giving for the rest of our lives. It is so important to find what it is you feel strongly for and support that cause.” – Susannah M. Ramshaw ’07

2007

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Kathryn McKenzie Deppe Susannah Marie Ramshaw Abigail Jackson Trainor

Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Gauri Sarin Leslie Anne Saxman Alexandra Schack Anne Marie Schaufele Laura Patricia Schlensker Norah Lynn Schneider Keith Andrew Schonberger Kristin Elizabeth Schouten Jacob Robert Schuler Haley Ann Schultheis Kendall Roy Schumacher Ryan Joseph Shatto Danny Shelton, Jr. Susan Surion Shim Kathryn Michelle Simon Lesley Rae Sisler Danielle Elizabeth Anne Skwierczynski Shelby Anne Sleight David Andre Smith, Jr. Steven Michael Smith Daniel Lorenzo Solis Jason Aaron Spilbeler Christopher Carl David Sprehe Christiana Mary Stevenson Kate Elise Stiemann ◆ Amanda Marie Stoermer Cynthia Lee Stoffel Sarah Anne Storti Joshua Allen Strader Elizabeth Ann Straebel Andrew William Strasburg Joel Martin Street Mary Elizabeth Stroh Anne Fox Sturgis Jessica Jane Sullivan Andrea Gladys Sutherland Robert Gregory Sylvester Joseph Stashu Szynal Mollyanne May Thomas Kayce Marie Thompson Erin Nicole Todd Daniel Aaron Toleikis Marissa Anne Tomasic ◆ Abigail Jackson Trainor Nishita Trisal Jill Danielle Turner Theodore Anthony Tutson Brian Alan Tweedie Elizabeth Anne Ulrich Kristen Michelle Uminger James Philip Updike Norma Lisa Villanueva Marena Faith Vittorio Corinne Audra Wagner Audrey Lauren Walker Mallory Lynne Wallis Melissa Nicole Walpole Kara D. Warner Emily Anne Waterman Erin Lynne Weaver Evan Bradley Webeler Megan Anne Weinheimer Robert Benjamin White ◆ Robert Andrew Whitelaw Robert Anthony Wibberg Hannah Fraser Wieland Daniel Philip Williams Jesse Warren Williams Shayla Lynne Williamson Amanda Kay Willingham Abigail Marie Wood Carli Christine Worthman Robert Brodie Wright Keyaira Shauntay Wynn Marisa Beth Yochum Erin Rosanne Yoder Emily Maresca Young Jackie Marie Young Geoffrey Edward Zabinski Jeffrey Peter Zanchelli Tobias Percival Zur Loye GIFTS IN HONOR OF Jeremy Peter Brok Lauren McDermit Beatrice

Parents’ Fund Committee
The Parents’ Fund Committee includes parents of current students who personally solicit non-alumni DePauw families for gifts to the Annual Fund. These volunteers are important to DePauw’s effective development effort and demonstrate their commitment to the University and the students it serves. In 2006-07, gifts from non-alumni parents of current and past DePauw students totaled $150,487. DePauw thanks the following Parents’ Fund Committee members for another successful year. Jeffrey R. Armstrong and Lisa K. Armstrong Duarte M. Da Silveira ’82 and Denise Anderson Da Silveira ’83 Philip B. Dray and Meredith L. Dray Mark F. Enenbach and Janis Enenbach Warren F. Fischer and Carol Fischer Michael Keeley and Janice M. Keeley Gregory W. Kuper and Deborah A. Kuper John C. McIlwraith and Marylou P. McIlwraith S. Michael McLaughlin and Mary McLaughlin Jonathan R. Pantaleoni and Jane Pantaleoni, Co-Chairs John M. Peters and Liat M. Peters Paul D. Rogers and Caroline Rogers Norman M. Saba and Pamela Saba Joseph F. Schmid and Dionne J. Schmid

Parent Giving
Gifts from all DePauw parents provide essential support of the University to help create and maintain valuable academic and leadership opportunities for students. The following list includes alumni and non-alumni parents of DePauw students – both current and graduated – who gave generously to the 2006-07 Annual Fund.
TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** R. David Hoover and Suzanne Anderson Hoover David M. Stone EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Rhett W. Butler and Kay Burney Butler Robert C. Canfield and Patricia Harms Canfield Nicholas D. Chabraja and Eleanor Chabraja Robert J. Darnall and Marletta Farrier Darnall ◆ Luis R. Davila and Deborah White Davila Ian M. Rolland and Miriam V. Rolland Michael L. Smith and Susan Leet Smith Norval B. Stephens, Jr. and Diane Forst Stephens Lee E. Tenzer and Marilyn E. Tenzer ◆ John H. Wallace and Sarah Reese Wallace ◆ Michael Scott Welch and Kimberlee Ann Welch R. Lee Wilson and Deborah Riefe Wilson PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Don R. Daseke Gary Paul Drew and Sandra Aldrich Drew ◆ Charles A. Leis and Marilyn Newpart Leis Robert L. Muller and Shirley Fouch Muller Robert F. Sharpe, Jr. and Maria Renna Sharpe Richard A. Warne and Jane Leahy Warne OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Charles A. Adams and Linda Howell Adams E. Webb Bassick IV and Kathy Bassick Barbara Van Dellen Beré Barrett L. Boehm and Tamara Watling Boehm Walter A. Boynton and Virginia Burns Boynton ◆ James A. Breckenridge and Suzanne DeCosted Breckenridge Arthur L. Bryant and Carol Shanahan Bryant William R. Burleigh and Anne Husted Burleigh Barbara Tracy Cochran Michael R. Conner and Susan O’Keefe Conner Barbara Koepke Cornelsen James S. Cunning and Lisa Stone Wayne A. Davidson and Judith Shafer Davidson ◆ Eugene L. Delves and Sue Howard Delves Lee E. Dirks John P. Douglass and Emily R. Douglass L. Penfield Faber and Marilyn Melvin Faber Cary Kay Fellman Donald C. Findlay, Jr. and Judith Lilly Findlay R. I. Geraldson, Jr. and Melinda Paine Geraldson Robert H. Giles and Nancy M. Giles Carl H. Goltermann David S. Goltermann and Elizabeth Gray Goltermann Joan Austin Goodwin Cynthia Diller Gray T. Carter Hagaman and Susan Schacht Hagaman ◆ Donald L. Hamilton and Emily Hooton Hamilton T. Lyle Harlor ◆ Max W. Hittle, Jr. and Carol Boardman Hittle dec John Jakes and Rachel Payne Jakes G. Richard Locke and Judy Blang Locke Michael R. Maine and Suzanne Bauman Maine ◆ George L. Mazanec and Elsa Mazanec David N. McKeag and Mary Jo McKeag C. Rick Miller and Janel Howell Miller ◆ Dean A. Mitchell and Martha Dunlavy Mitchell ◆ Robert L. Mitchell David J. Morehead and Marjorie Davis Morehead Peter A. Morse and Kathryn Murvin Morse Frank T. Page and Catherine K. Page Andrew J. Paine, Jr. and Jane Medaris Paine ◆ Jonathan R. Pantaleoni and Jane Pantaleoni Jerry D. Pontius and Mary Goff Pontius Paul F. Radcliffe and Sue Oettinger Radcliffe

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
William H. Robbins III and Sally Smith Robbins Frank H. Roberts ◆ James E. Robinson and Carolyn Russ Robinson Edward M. Roob and Barbara Leske Roob Robert A. Schmidt and Margaret Sheridan Schmidt Robert W. Schrier and Barbara Lindley Schrier ◆ Richard W. Schwartz and Janet Crawford Schwartz Eugene C. Sit and Gail Sit ◆ Robert N. Supple and Sue Farrell Supple William F. Welch and Jean K. Welch Robert F. Wells and Barbara Stoner Wells Theodore O. Wiese, Jr. and Sandra Major Wiese Jerry L. Williams and Jane Jones Williams Albert H. Wohlers and Jane L. Wohlers CHARTER CIRCLE** Steven M. Abraham and Nancy Abraham ◆ J. Patrick Aikman ◆ Don B. Ansel and Irene Koebke Ansel Roy J. Anthony and Cynthia S. Anthony Robert S. Apatoff and Vicki Garrison Apatoff Mark Winsted Ardington and Mary Jo Morrison Ardington Theodore S. Bacon, Jr. and Sarah Hogate Bacon William F. Bahl and Katherine C. Bahl David N. Barkhausen and Susan Suckow Barkhausen Jeffrey M. Bernacchi and Mary Lynn Scovill Bernacchi Edward B. Blair, Jr. and Barbara Blair Peter A. Boyer and N. Ling Boyer Robert F. Breese and Miriam Cole Breese William L. Brown III and Susan Lange Brown Graham C. Bryce and Sharley Bryce William H. Buettin and Arline Kraft Buettin Howard B. Burkett and Lucile E. Burkett Kathryn Doermer Callen Lawrence W. Clarkson and Barbara Stevenson Clarkson Benjamin G. Cochran and Patricia Cochran Kathryn Schwarz Colten Marc E. Cooper and Linda Cooper James M. Cornelius and Kathy Cornelius S. Page Cotton, Jr. and Narda Greising Cotton Kirk Jay Daniels and Wendy Jean Daniels Richard E. Deer and Lee T. Deer ◆ Philip B. Dray and Meredith L. Dray Donald H. Driemeier and Joyce Driemeier Frank W. Durham, Jr. and Shirley Gilbert Durham James H. Emison and Eileen Sullivan Emison James W. Emison and Mary Kathryn Holmes Emison ◆ Mark E. English Dick Everard James H. Fletcher and Gerda Fletcher Paul D. Frederickson and Suzanne Wedeking Frederickson Bill Frier and Beverly Grant Frier Mark Adin Fuller III and Cynthia Gaudin Fuller ◆ David A. Galliher and Nancy Hunger Galliher Stephen K. Gauly and Patricia Gauly Robert W. Gibson Thomas R. Gibson and Sophie H. Gibson ◆ David W. Goodrich and Julie Houk Goodrich J. Kent Guild dec and Judith Drompp Guild Craig A. Haddox and Megan Lewis Haddox Vernon O. Hamilton, Jr. and Valerie Watson Hamilton ◆ Glenn C. Hannah Charles M. Harris and Marie Rhine Harris Irving M. Heath and Rachel Waltz Heath Charles W. Hillman and Anne Mossberg Hillman Robert B. Holland and Elizabeth Gross Holland Joe Gregory Hollingsworth and Nancy Bartlett Hollingsworth Jane Stevens Illich ◆ Rosanne Miller Jacks Kae Morris Jacobs ◆ John R. Jewett, Jr. and Perry Bockstahler Jewett David S. Johnson and Anne Prindle Johnson ◆ Christopher Lawrence Johnston and Sarah Lewis Johnston ◆ Ingrid Grujanac Kay John Douglas Kay ◆ Michael Keeley and Janice M. Keeley John S. Kemper and Margaret McElwain Kemper Herbert A. Kern and Arline W. Kern Arnold J. Kiburz and Joan Erlandson Kiburz Donald E. Kiely and Judith McNew Kiely Neal E. Kitchell and Diana Tamara Kitchell Robert L. Krouse and Sarah Strauss Krouse William N. Krucks and Linda Krucks ◆ Gregory W. Kuper and Deborah A. Kuper James W. LaFollette and Ev Whaley LaFollette E. Henry Lamkin, Jr. and Martha Dampf Lamkin ◆ Thomas A. Lancaster and Marilyn Hansen Lancaster William Joseph Lawrence III and Karen Green Lawrence Robert E. Lempke and Lucinda Harshey Lempke Mark E. Lewry and Jean W. Lewry John A. Light III and Erma Murray Light Frank W. Lincoln and Marlene B. Lincoln Robert W. Lloyd III and Bonnie Stout Lloyd Randy K. Lohoff and Jean Gutting Lohoff ◆ George C. Lortz and Rebecca Watts Lortz Robert Webster Lott and Bettye Shoop Lott Mary Sherer Lukens ◆ Michael D. MacGregor and Saundra Fabrick MacGregor Edward B. Martin and Anne Zonsius Martin Pamela A. McCord James T. McCoy and Linda Bollinger McCoy Craig L. McGaughey and Kathleen McGaughey ◆ John C. McIlwraith and Marylou P. McIlwraith ◆ S. Michael McLaughlin and Mary McLaughlin Theodore E. Mioduski, Jr. and Eileen Mioduski Jack L. Moore and Kathleen Moore Robert C. Moore and Sarah Proctor Moore John C. Mull and Joan Kaniewski Mull Robert P. Musgrave II and Cheryl Waldron Musgrave R. Matthew Neff and Lee Loving Neff Virginia Condon Neff John S. Null and Nancy Spier Null Jacob M. O’Neill and Michelle B. O’Neill Maclyn T. Parker and Patricia Opie Parker Raymond J. Payne and Elizabeth Class Payne Lois Stewart Perry Glenn Todd Plymate and Elizabeth Myers Plymate William R. Powell and Paula Weir Powell John L. Rabb and Sharon Rabb ◆ Ronald L. Randall and Carole Clark Randall Richard A. Reck and Susan Marshall Reck Corrine V. Reichert ◆ Lawrence D. Rink and Eleanor Zimmerly Rink ◆ Paul D. Rogers and Caroline Rogers Rhys A. Rudolph and Laura Rudolph ◆ John P. Rudy and Barbara M. Rudy ◆ Norman M. Saba and Pamela Saba Thomas A. Sargent and Frances P. Sargent Erwin E. Schulze Edward G. Schussler and Sharon Gierach Schussler David N. Shane and Anne Korb Shane Lee M. Sisler and Linda Sisler Eric S. Smith and Elisa A. Turner Charles L. Smith and Kathleen Keller Smith Gregory W. Smith and Melissa Tharpe Smith ◆ Ned A. Smith and Marcia Fobes Smith ◆ David B. Stevens and Sally Symon Stevens Norman E. Strasma and Janice Strasma ◆ Donald E. Surber and Nancy Stewart Surber Richard M. Temple and Nancy Lindquist Temple Richard A. Thomas and Jane C. Thomas J. McRae Thorlton dec and Dianne Harrison Thorlton Jerald B. Turner and Mary Hardy Turner Timothy L. Weadick and Kelly Chapman Weadick Virginia Armstrong Weise John J. Wellik and Susan A. Wellik Paul M. Wham and Gail Wham ◆ James L. Whitlatch and Ann Baur Whitlatch John P. Williams and Mary Walbaum Williams James M. Winning and Mary Baker Winning Thomas S. Yeo and Cynthia Van Tassel Yeo FOUNDERS CIRCLE Arthur G. Allard, Jr. and Shirley Andrew Allard Peter T. Allen and Sally Hauck Allen ◆ Dale D. Anderson and Kim R. Anderson ◆ John T. Anderson and Nancy Filkey Anderson Stuart H. Anness and Susan Anness ◆ William J. Baier and Gini Baier Mike Ray Baldwin and Noel Baldwin Barbara Forsell Barbieri Marcia Ellett Barker David B. Becker and Christy Becker Alfred D. Biggs, Jr. and Ruth Hawkins Biggs John J. Bomalaski and Laura Huskey Bomalaski Charles W. Boston and Gharyl F. Boston Elmer P. Brestan and Marguerite Brestan Lynn Jay Brown and Laura Murdoch Brown William E. Brubeck, Jr. and Elizabeth Vonnegut Brubeck James E. Brumbaugh William M. Buckman and Alberta Matzke Buckman Gerald D. Capoot, Jr. and Sally Capoot Philip L. Carson and Susan Weeks Carson ◆ John T. Casey and Mary Linda Casey Peter Devine Cleveland and Rebecca Reasner Cleveland William L. Cole and Alexandra Lutzow Cole Pamela A. Collins Clyde D. Compton and Karen Hine Compton Harriet Wolter Conner Jeffrey Blair Conner and Elise Richey Conner J. David Cook and Ann Barrow Cook David K. Cox and Billie McCullough Cox Gregory A. Crow and Arlene Burnside Crow Nancy Bain Cunning Randall E. Curran and Mardi Curran Jack Dalenberg and Judy Dalenberg Glenn E. Davis and Susan Melberg Davis Robert D. Dillon and Lisa Sue Dillon David A. Dimmers and Caroline Adair Dimmers Peter M. Donahower and Lucia P. Donahower Philip T. Doughten and Mary Loop Doughten James W. Downey and Abigail A. Downey ◆ Boots Duesing and Doris Wells Duesing ◆ James W. Dutton and Sarah Katterhenry Dutton Vernon J. Eardley and Kathy Eardley David L. Emison and Elizabeth J. Emison Theodore M. Englehart Timothy S. Feemster and Gretchen Benedek Feemster Charles W. Fetter, Jr. and Nancy Blessing Fetter David A. Fisher and Katherine Fisher John W. Fisher and Janice B. Fisher Anthony C. Fitzgerald and Tina M. Fitzgerald James B. Fleece and Karen Hoven Fleece Stephen B. Fuller and Lourdes C. Fuller Donald W. Garlinger and Barbara Thompson Garlinger Barbara Mayne Gasser John N. Gavin and Louise A. Sunderland Charles A. Gilbert and Carolyn Beasley Gilbert David W. Gilbert and Meg Gilbert William H. Gilbert and Kathleen McKay Gilbert Steven Kent Good and Carolyn Bednar-Good Richard D. Gottfred and Catherine Huff Gottfred Steven P. Grossnickle and Loretta Grossnickle David E. Hall and Kathleen Hall Eugene N. Halladay and Virginia C. Halladay Terry E. Harris and Mary Harris Harris Allan D. Hart and Gail Griffith Hart Russell H. Hart, Jr. K. Larry Hastie and Ruth Gordon Hastie Samuel R. Henderson G. Richard Hershberger and Jo Petry Hershberger Cleveland P. Hickman, Jr. and Rae Rickenbacher Hickman John F. Hodshire dec and Mildred Greenleaf Hodshire James M. Holland and Jackie Holland ◆ Richard C. Holland and Barbara Swisher Holland Herbert W. Hoover and Barbara Burton Hoover Noble F. Huff and Linda Link Huff Mark F. Irgens and Susan B. Irgens Joseph T. Ives, Jr. and Mary Shattuck Ives Jan Jacobi and Virginia Newton Jacobi John A. Jennings and Patricia Williams Jennings ◆ Gary E. Jones and Virginia S. Jones Theodore M. Katula, Jr. and Linda Martin Katula Duane M. Kelley and Susan M. Kelley Ray C. Kennedy and Marcia Jory Richard J. King and Leslie A. King Edith B. Kinsey Robert G. Kirkpatrick and Joanne Kirkpatrick David Koester and Mary Koester Michael L. Kubacki and Rebecca Kubacki Douglas Lee Lambert and Anna Mae Elizabeth Lambert Walter R. Lancaster and Frances B. Lancaster Jack H. Lane and Deborah Zonsius Lane Frederick Robert Lane and Carol Ann Lane Robert J. Lavidge and Margaret Zwigard Lavidge dec ◆ Daniel E. Lewis, Jr. and Linda Brainard Lewis W. J. Lewis, Jr. and Ann Lewis C. Sumpter Logan and Linda Ware Logan William J. Mannlein and Dinah Eggers Mannlein James H. Mason and Anabel Russell Mason Thomas L. McCormick and Mary McCormick Michael S. McCrea and Gay P. McCrea M. Lee McDermond, Jr. and Anne Frankel McDermond Michael Stanley McGraw and Mary Randolph McGraw Patricia McGreevy John C. Melangton Robert W. Miller and Jane Schwalm Miller

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Michael Allbee Murphy and Fran Garrison Murphy David C. Murray and Susan Murray William D. Naftzger Raymond F. Nealon and Bonnie M. Nealon Thomas M. O’Neil and Beth K. O’Neil Robert F. Ogden William H. Osha and Judith G. Osha John B. Parks and Roberta B. Parks Donna Hostetter Peebles Richard W. Pell and Jane E. Pell F. Garret Pfleeger and Marcia Swearingen Pfleeger G. Byington Pratt III and Suzi Pratt Daniel H. Ransdell and Rhonda Ransdell Charles E. Ray and Frances Bagby Ray Richard H. Reitz and Catharine Pierson Reitz Richard C. Richmond III and Constance T. Richmond Daniel J. Riley and Rebecca Riley George J. Roberts and Debbie Roberts Thomas M. Robertson and Alice Robertson John N. Rooks and Mary N. Rooks ◆ D. Reed Scism and Paula Sedgwick Scism Nancy R. Rockhill Smith Jon E. Socolofsky Thomas J. Spackman and Donna Stewart Spackman Peter F. Spataro and Elizabeth B. Spataro Richard A. Speller and Nancy Speller ◆ Herbert J. Spier, Jr. and Linda Lorton Spier Gustav E. Staahl, Jr. and Mary Staahl ◆ Max L. Stackhouse and Jean Hostetler Stackhouse David E. Stahly and Karen Good Stahly Howard E. Steele and Marilyn Smith Steele ◆ Kim W. Suchy and Terri L. Suchy Thomas William Surber and Deborah Ann Surber John E. Suster III and Susan Dodge Suster Bruce Stephen Terlep and Virginia Stephens Terlep Howard N. Thiele and Susan Leis Thiele Richard F. Timmons and Karen Timmons David Vance Tobik and Anne Harter Tobik Russell F. Triebel and Jeannine Spangler Triebel Scott F. Upp and Debra L. Upp John B. Van Duzer, Jr. and Catherine Curtis-Van Duzer G. David Voges and Mary M. Voges Richard L. Walker and Melissa Watson Walker Scott David Weiner and Carolyn Anne Weiner Thomas P. Weirich and Harriet Weirich Richard H. Weise Walter E. Wells P. Andrew Wieland and Roxana S. Wieland Frederick R. Williams and Nancie Clark Williams Janet Lewis Williams Stanley A. Williams and Sueann Stedman Williams Douglas H. Yaeger and Lynn Halloran Yaeger Oscar F. Yanson and Julia Countryman Yanson Linda Whitaker Young Marjorie Wilkinson Zaring PATRONS CIRCLE Frank B. Adney, Jr. and Mary Alice Claycombe Adney David T. Allen and Carol Ann Allen William R. Allred and Margaret Allred Richard A. Ames and Marcia Barron Ames Jim Anderson and Marilyn Anderson James N. Atteberry and Barbara Ross Atteberry James L. Babcock and Lynn Maish Babcock Brevoort Baker II and JoAnn Givens Baker John C. Barber and June Scott Barber Kenneth W. Beadling, Jr. and Susan Gilbertson-Beadling Arthur F. Beck and Sharon Latham Beck Jane Evans Berghoff James L. Bogue Nancy Bardonner Bossert Frank L. Braman, Jr. and Jane Mathews Braman Robert D. Britigan, Jr. and Susan Locke Britigan Larry S. Browning and Constance S. Browning William D. Bucher and Jane Arterburn Bucher John W. Busey and Judith R. Busey Jack B. Campbell and Terry Campbell Richard T. Carlin and Roberta Graef Carlin Guy A. Carter and Sondra Carter Warren J. Close Robert Kent Clough and Linda Grandt Clough Rick L. Coffin and Sarah Robinson Coffin H. Keith Cox and Loraine Loomis Cox Terry A. Cromwell and Janice Cromwell Stephen X. Daly and Candace Johnson Daly G. Richard Danielson and Phyllis Nelson Danielson Miles J. Davis James W. DeArmond and Patricia Murphy DeArmond Albert S. Deichmiller Frederick K. Donaldson and Suzahn Donaldson K. Luke Eades and Shannon Coghlan Eades E. Rabb Emison, Jr. David L. Faulk and Kris Maroon Faulk Roy J. Ferguson and Marilyn Sanders Ferguson Bernard F. Ferringer and Vicki Lind Ferringer J. David Field Duncan G. Fisher and Barbara Miller Fisher C. Thomas Floyd and Charlotte ThiemelkeFloyd Bruce Lind Frankenberg and Kari Severson Frankenberg Thomas H. Gee and Tedra Gee Robert K. Gibson and Lynn Gibson Frank Walker Gilmer and Peggy Gilmer Thomas R. Golden and Anne Troxel Golden David E. Grass and Mary Ann Grass David W. Gray and Sarah Graser Gray J. Thomas Grayson and Helen Gerber Grayson Robert Creig Gregori and Nancy Sue Gregori Alan L. Grogan and Susan Grogan Donald N. Halbert and Elizabeth Nesbit Halbert George C. Halfmann and Mary Morgan Halfmann Howard L. Harmon, Jr. and Anne Emison Harmon Daniel T. Hasbrook and Barbara Hasbrook Rollie L. Helmling and Carol Flummerfelt Helmling Michael A. Herrell and Helen Herrell J. Q. Herrin and Nancy Rich Herrin Jeffrey L. Hodge and Kathryn Beth Hodge William B. Hoenig, Jr. and MaryBelle Ferguson Hoenig Steven Arthur Holt and Emily Ann Holt David W. Holty and Jane Striebeck Holty Rebecca Johnston Howard Thomas C. Huff and Janet Huff Thomas Hughes and Jane Roehr Hughes David M. Ivey and Marietta Coble Ivey Rex Westall Jacobs and Judy Hogate Jacobs John R. Jewett and Marybelle Bramhall Jewett Donald Jones and Salena Hotchkiss Jones James D. Kelly and Teresa Martella Kelly Robert M. Kelsey Frank F. Kemp, Jr. and Joyce P. Kemp J. Howie King and Jane Clements King Robert E. Klee and Cynthia Coridan Klee

“We enjoy investing our time, energy and resources into organizations and activities in which our children are involved. Being a part of the Parents Fund Committee has enabled us to meet other parents and faculty and to learn more about this very unique university.” – Gregory W. Kuper and Deborah A. Kuper, parents of Todd W. Kuper ’10

Roland M. Kohr and Jane B. Kohr Thomas H. Krigbaum and Pauline Rich Krigbaum Robert D. Leigeber and Eleanor Crosby Leigeber Thomas E. Lilly and Marianne Lilly John B. Lindamood Stephen A. Martinez and Julia Ashton Martinez Wayne May and Marion Wrege May dec John T. McGowan Kenneth Michael McLoughlin and Sheri Maria McLoughlin Gary K. McWilliams and Nancy McWilliams Steve A. Mehringer Clare Allison Meier Thomas Aylward Mickes and Karen Ochs Mickes Stephen R. Miller and Catherine B. Miller Terry M. Miller and Martha J. Miller Harry D. Moore and Margaret Sandy Moore Thomas Francis Moore III and Patricia Ann Moore Michael J. Moran and Mary Johnson Moran John A. Morehead and Janet A. Morehead Bruce David Myrehn and Kimberly Holycross Myrehn David W. Neeb and Sarah Carroll Neeb Joseph S. Northrop and Marcia Utter Northrop J. Bergen Parkhill and Marilyn Basinger Parkhill James D. Parsons William David Pendl and Deborah Meier Pendl James G. Petrus and Karen Petrus Paul C. Philips and Marti Philips Glen D. Pittman and Jeanne Decosted Pittman William H. Poggemeier, Jr. and Eunice D. Wilke Jeffrey J. Porritt and Lynn Fox Porritt Michael F. Rapp Stephen A. Rappaport and Pamela Flummerfelt Rappaport

Fred L. Rasp and Cynthia Adolphsen Rasp Erick R. Ratzer and Jeanne Mason Ratzer Willis Irl Reasoner and Joan Marie Reasoner Charles F. Reinhardt and Linda Ieler Reinhardt Dorothy Boyd Richards Garret S. Roosma and Emily Roosma Robert Ross and Victoria Kensek Ross Walter Schmid and Marilyn Miller Schmid Gary Edwin Schmidt and Therese Ann Schmidt John F. Schneider and Frances Schneider James S. Seebass and Diane Black Seebass Christopher Conner Seigel and Jane Crum Seigel Thomas W. Seitz and Nancy Phelps Seitz Timothy H. Selby and Nancy Weir Selby Kevin Trent Shaw and Carole Summers Shaw David R. Sheaffer and Nancy Grumling Sheaffer William G. Shorney and Erika Esser Shorney Sue Lett Showalter Thomas Simpson and Nancy Husband Simpson Wendell K. Simpson Carl P. Singer and Margaret M. Singer Gerald Skidmore and Sarah G. Skidmore Wrede Howard Smith, Jr. and Melissa Uelk Smith Sogi Soder and Alice Soder Lisabeth Fortune Somerville Kay Leonard Stephens Steven M. Still and Lynn Bryant Still Jack R. Stodghill and Beverly Mullen Stodghill Larry G. Sutton and Patricia Hollister Sutton Douglas Scott Taylor and Elisabeth Hildebrand-Taylor Richard A. Thornburg and Joyce Ledstone John F. Throckmorton and Martha Throckmorton Mary Beth Touchstone C. L. Tsaros and Gladys Tall Tsaros dec Margaret Brown Wagoner

C. Richard Walker, Jr. and Elizabeth Kaiser Walker P. David Waller, Jr. and Gail Robertson Waller Jeffery L. Webeler and Mary P. Webeler Robert S. Whitelaw and Paula T. Whitelaw Robert B. Wright and Marianna Soaper Wright Robert C. Zimmer and Ethel Ford Zimmer William A. Zukoski and Miriam Ely Zukoski BUILDERS CIRCLE David C. Ahlgren and Deborah Adams Ahlgren ◆ Judith Folk Aikman William R. Aikman and Rebecca Roush Aikman Melvin L. Allen and Joyce Vietzke Allen Donald K. Andersen and Ann Freehafer Andersen Richard B. Annett and Cynthia Perin Annett Anonymous Samuel R. Ardery and Patricia Stevens Ardery Kimberly Johnson Arrington William C. Ashman and Gloria A. Ashman Daniel Avalos and Guadalupe Avalos Edward W. Badger and Julia H. Badger Mark A. Baker and Mary Kay Baker James J. Baldwin James R. Ballard and Donna Schulze Ballard James H. Barrett and Beth Stewart Barrett Alvin H. Barrows and Ruth Jolly Barrows Richard P. Barry and Jody Witherspoon Barry James A. Bartelsmeyer and Helen M. Bartelsmeyer Bernard F. Batto and Teresa Batto Patricia Henderson Baumgartner Robert C. Bayer and Patricia Bayer Charles M. Beardsley and Marjorie Gahan Beardsley James H. Beatty, Sr. and Ann Beatty Monte L. Beaver and Sharon Young Beaver

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
David A. Beery and Katherine B. Beery L. R. Bennington and Karin Hennings Bennington Mr. and Mrs. Sanjoy Bhattacharya Gilbert H. Bierman Allen K. Billingsley Kent A. Billingsley, Jr. and Patricia D. Billingsley Brian W. Birnie and Beth Birnie J. Curtis Blang and Grace Blang Dan R. Blunt and Phyllis Stormont Blunt Raymond D. Bock, Jr. and Melinda J. Bock William Jenks and Christine Boeke John A. Bollero and Katherine O. Bollero Timothy Scott Borne and Ann Spear Borne Edward C. Borneman and Sandra Hadley Borneman Talmage R. Bosin and Elizabeth Witler Bosin Robert A. Bowles and Lynn Tozer Bowles Mary Fisher Bowmar John F. Boxell and Marilyn Smith Boxell Mark A. Boyd and Stephanie June Boyd Max L. Boyd and Betty Soukup Boyd Randall L. Braddom and Diane Braddom Philip F. Bradford and Sally F. Bradford Gordon H. M. Brain Susan Day Brattain William Breck and Sarah Clark Breck Mary Murphy Bretscher Andrew J. Brown and Betsy Steffen Brown Diana Z. Brown Raymond P. Brown Daniel E. Brunette and Mary Beth Dreyer Brunette Thomas L. Brunkow and Katherine Ault Brunkow Robert M. Buchta and Lyn Buchta Jerry M. Burand and Joann Decker Burand Keith W. Burnham and Joanne Gits Burnham John E. Burns, Jr. and Martha W. M. Burns Vic K. Burriss and Susan West Burriss Stanley R. Bushouse and Judith Staebler Bushouse John D. Butler and Candace Judah Butler Joseph Butler Douglas R. Cahill and Kathryn Cahill William C. Caldwell, Jr. D. Keith Campbell Jesse James Cancelmo and Christine Niles Cancelmo Nancy Carlson Stephen A. Carns and Nancy Wolf Carns John M. Cassady and Nancy Cassady

“Our daughter Jennifer’s decision to attend DePauw was based on the school’s excellent academic standing and its strong sense of community. We hope that our contributions can provide support for these in ways that regular tuition can’t. For example, the depth and breadth of experiences like Winter Term, internships and research grants depend heavily on this extra fundraising. In this sense, the payback is real, valuable and immediate.” – Paul D. Rogers and Caroline Rogers, parents of Jennifer L. Rogers ’08

James R. Cerone and Katherine M. Cerone James K. Chamness and Dorothy Frey Chamness Jon William Cheek and Arlene Catherine Cheek Phillip A. Cheeseman and Lynn Liebig Cheeseman J. Eric Christman and Marsha L. Christman Robin Cochran Christman Craig Carlton Clabaugh and Katherine Rasche Clabaugh John R. Claycombe David W. Clifford and Jean McCalister Clifford Shirley Dungan Cline W. Michael Clippinger and Ellen Myers Clippinger Annamargaret Chapman Clutter ◆ Charles S. Combs and Virginia Nelson Combs Dean L. Cook and Susan Correll Cook Bruce H. Cooke and Janice Mullen Cooke Jac A. Cooper and Mary Cooper Andrew Richard Creighton and Katherine Mary Creighton David E. Cross and Charleen Cross Joan Jones Crossman Curt M. Curts and Linda Hoyt Curts ◆ Duarte M. Da Silveira and Denise Anderson Da Silveira Waneta Maxwell Dailey Bruce R. Danner and Lois Cashin Danner Lynne Libbert Dapice Russell R. Dart and Marilyn Sue Dart Thomas C. Dascoli and Jo Ellen C. Dascoli Dick Daugherty and Shirley Lauridsen Daugherty Raymond Pearson Davidson III and Janet Echrich Davidson Geralyn Rose Davis Phillip C. Davis and Mary Emison Davis Scott Layne Davis and Joan Kuhl Davis Richard F. Davis and Suzanne Wagner Davis Nancy Wittgen DeVoe James N. DeVries and Ann DeVries Harry C. Dees, Jr.

William B. Degitz and Rebecca Wray Degitz Delmar Earl Demaree III and Martha Daniel Demaree David D. Demorotski and Jenna R. Johnston Gregg A. Dickerson and Deena Dickerson Jane Lambert Doerge Robert J. Dow and Vicki Dow Gary J. Dressel and Marilyn Sue Dressel William M. Dugan, Jr. and Ann Carper Dugan Charles E. Dunlap and Carolyn Hungness Dunlap Katherine Rippey Duval Tod Eberle and Janet C. Eberle Roger Edvenson and Peggy Edvenson Charles R. Ellinwood and Susanna Bowers Ellinwood Donald F. Elliott, Jr. and Dorothy Elliott Jesse Duncan Elliott and Susan Ruwitch Elliott Carol Olson Emens Robert Engel and Diane Siebert Engel Earl A. Enix and Candy S. Enix ◆ Philip N. Eskew, Jr. Donald J. Evans and Kathleen Vietzke Evans Thomas N. Ewing, Jr. Donald G. Farquhar and Jeanne H. Farquhar Frederick William Fehr III and Nancy Jane Fehr John Feighner and Margy Feighner Peter M. Fellegy and MaryEllen D. Fellegy James A. Felts John D. Fetters and Marilyn Holtman Fetters Hilliard J. Fjord and Hope Kain Fjord William H. Fletcher and Helen E. Fletcher Dennis G. Fogarty and Christy Fogarty David G. Fontana and Jeanne Fontana Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Fox Mr. and Mrs. William J. Fox Marc Frazier and Linda Sellen Frazier Willard J. Frederick and Kathryn J. Frederick Russell L. Freeland and Joan Miles Freeland

Jerry A. Freeman and Alice Rogers Freeman Phyllis Wefel Fruechtenicht Joseph M. Gardewin Mark T. Garrigus and Nancy Matthei Garrigus Karl E. Gibson and Sarah Jewell Gibson Michael Dean Gladson and Lisa Raible Gladson Robert L. Glass F. Wendell Gooch John R. Gottbrath and Anne Meadows Gottbrath Jack W. Graham and Sofie B. Larson Graham David Martz Grant and Patricia Strauss Grant Frederick M. Green and Judy L. Green Elizabeth Roberts Greene Gordon F. Greenman Gerald H. Gruber and Linda Gruber Gordon Blue Guess and Carole Naber Guess M. Lewis Gulick R. Michael Hall and Ruth Hall Michael John Halvonik and Deborah Lynn Halvonik James C. Hambidge and Sheryl Householder Hambidge Raymond D. Hamstra and Sheryl R. Hamstra Marion Goldthwaite Harcourt Louis W. Harmening, Jr. and Janet Bloxsome Harmening Warren C. Hastings and Elizabeth Nichols Hastings Nancy Lewis Haswell Gloria Hatfield Philip C. Hauck and Kathrine Harris Hauck William F. Hayes, Sr. and Susan Seaforth Hayes Carolyn Waller Heagey Craig R. Hedin Charles R. Heller and Nancy Crane Heller Jerry L. Helvey and Della Phillips Helvey Doneda Henry Jerome R. Hey and Lucinda Jones Hey Thomas T. Hicks and Sarah Staub Hicks Prudence Dix Hilger Albert F. Hill and Nancy Vandemoer Elizabeth Surbeck Hitchner Steven D. Hoenig and Julia May Hoenig John B. Holdeman and Dian Alfrey Holdeman

George F. Holland II and Elizabeth Hardy Holland James Hollensteiner and Wanda Hollensteiner C. Curtis Holmes Donald W. Hopkins and Marcia Fergus Hopkins Robert E. Houk and Marion Pfitzner Houk Marillyn Knuepfer Hudson Mary West Huggard Martha Obear Huggins Mary Coyle Hughes Keith R. Hughet and Lois Kjellberg Hughet James O. Huisinga and Joan Furlong Huisinga David C. Hyde and Esther Steele Hyde John E. Ibendahl and Barbara Ibendahl Kenneth R. Ingle, Jr. and Betsy Ingle John Mark Irvine and Valerie C. Merriam Anthony P. Isch and Anna Isch David P. Jacobs Ray S. Jacobs and Miriam White Jacobs Andrew J. Jaskierski and Sheila Peterson Jaskierski Thomas Michael Jenkins and Elizabeth Susan Jenkins Marvin R. Jewell, Jr. and Mary Jane Jewell L. Edward John Charles I. Johnson and Shirley Johnson Susan Crabb Johnson David K. Jolley and Barbara Jolley Janet L. Jones Philip A. Kaminski and Susan Kaminski Kean A. Kamman and Jill Tanner Kamman Mr. and Mrs. Michael Karpinski Victor A. Kassel and Annichen Bohn Kassel Philip Kevin Kazer and Beth Hootman Kazer Wayne A. Keilman and Linda L. Keilman Margaret Showalter Keith Jason J. Kesler John A. Key and Sally Key Ronald P. Key and Margaret Tucker Key Charles E. Kirsch and Barbara C. Kirsch David Klarer and Constance Ceeley Klarer Kenneth R. Kleinschmidt and Jane Messing Kleinschmidt

Robert J. Kleymeyer Richard E. Knapp and Ann Bland Knapp Robert J. Kniskern and Barbara Steele Kniskern John F. Knutson and Judy Knutson Roland E. Koenig and Margaret Blackwell Koenig dec Alan Koyo Kojima and Sandra Char Kojima Anne Roberts Krause Christine Ann Kreipke Lawrence A. Kriegshauser and Dianne M. Kriegshauser Daniel Scott Laikin and Jackie Brammer Laikin Fred Joseph Lamble and Carolyn Sue Lamble Shirley Veneman Lanum Robert C. Larson and Grace A. Larson ◆ Thomas P. Laskey, Jr. and Betsy Baker Laskey David F. Lau and Nancy Pfeffer Lau Michael W. Laukitis and Lora Laukitis Joe C. Leonard and Karen Leonard Norman James Lerum and Eileen Burns Lerum Virginia Cook Lester Michael B. Lett and Beth A. Lett H. Eugene Lewis and Peggy Lewis Henry Lewis and Pat C. Lewis Ronald W. Liechty and Anna Lucille Liechty James B. Life and Patricia Moore Life Doris K. Lininger Richard W. Loring and Janet Teetor Loring John C. Lowe and Judy S. Lowe Norman E. MacGregor and Nancy Norberg MacGregor Peter Fearing Mackie and Catherine Bodin Mackie Neiman Coumbus Maclin and Beverly Bennett Maclin Thomas O. Maijala and Jean Fletcher Maijala M. M. Main and Sandra Q. Main Harold M. Manifold Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Martin Dwight E. Matthews and Ellen L. Matthews Lear A. Matthews and Monica Matthews Robert E. Matthews J. Logan Mayfield and Margaret Schatz Mayfield W. Tobin McClamroch and Carolyn Kubec McClamroch Lawrence J. Mordan and Susan D. McCombs Alan Andrews McCormack and Julianna Schwarz McCormack John W. McFarland and Nancy Elliott McFarland Douglas McLaren and Judith Williams McLaren Robert V. McMahon, Sr. and Carol Borge McMahon

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
George H. Mellow and Carol A. Mellow Dennis M. Metz and Julie A. Metz Gregg A. Meyer and Linda Bailey Meyer Timothy E. Meyer and Melissa Phillips Meyer Christos G. Miliotes and Elaine Demos Miliotes Kathryn Weesner Miller Keith L. Miller and Linda Mitchell Miller Dale Milligan and Clara Lou Aumann Milligan Michael J. Mirro and Jeanne Behnke Mirro Thomas Foreman Mittendorf and Darla Dee Mittendorf ◆ Charles Nicholas Mohar and Jane Beabout Mohar Louise Martin Mohler Michael D. Mokodean and Carol Mokodean Ray H. Montgomery and Billie Cash Montgomery James D. Moore and Diane P. Moore Jeffrey K. Moore and Susan Mobley Moore Erol S. Moran and Ayhan Moran Gwen G. Morris ◆ Jay A. Morris and Marilyn Miller Morris John W. Morris and Wilma Elaine Bishop Morris Norman G. Morris George G. Morrison and Marilyn Stevenson Morrison Peter C. Mountz Eric Richard Moy and Jennifer Davis Moy Larry J. Mugge and Carolyn Schrank Mugge Alphonsus C. Murphy and Peg Ann Murphy William D. Neil and Leslie Lindquist Neil Craig R. Nelson and Judith Myers Nelson James B. Nelson and Jean Nelson William R. Nesbit and Nancy Hartz Nesbit Richard D. Nice and Karen Nice James E. Nicely and Sonya Jones Nicely Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Nolan Sheila Griffith Nolin Gary A. Nondorf and Mona Nondorf Greggory A. Notestine and Sarah J. Notestine Dan J. O’Banion and Carilee Phillips O’Banion Michael F. O’Brien and Alice Weyeneth O’Brien Kevin O’Connell and Jill O’Connell James L. Oblinger and Diana Gelene Oblinger Richard A. Ohs and Cathy Ohs John R. Oppenheimer and Paula D. Oppenheimer Steven Scott Overman and Mary Horton Overman Don M. Owen and Sue Richardson Owen John H. Owen, Jr. and Lois Smisek Owen Harsant S. Padda and Roshinder K. Padda Chang Do Park and Joanne Y. Park Edward H. Parsons and Nancy Jones Parsons William H. Pearson Edward Phillip Pence and Kimberly Lynne Pence William A. Pendl John F. Penrod and Paula R. Penrod Kenneth E. Perlick and Angela Perlick Gordon S. Peters and Jean Hartsock Peters Marcey A. Peterson Marcia Edwards Peterson Dian DerOhanian Phillips Brian C. Phipps and Teresa Phipps Geraldine Primich Pigott M. Edward Pinaire and Marilyn Seabrook Pinaire Marilyn Pollock Todd W. Ponder and Carolynn M. Ponder Charles F. Pope, Jr. Marian Osborn Porter Marjorie Lentz Porter Donald Winfield Potter and Andrea Garretson Potter John L. Presutti and Patricia Presutti Bernard V. Price and Yvonne R. Price D. James Pritchard and Paula Kendall Pritchard George F. Qua and Sabra Hansen Qua Stacy S. Racz and Lyn Seehausen Racz William F. Radcliff and Elizabeth Doeller Radcliff George A. Rakes and Amy Rakes Plenny J. R. Reece Donald G. Reiff and Mary Shauman Reiff Frederick C. Reigle, Sr. Timothy A. Reiman and Karen West Reiman William T. Reiners III and Patricia F. Reiners Phillip Lee Resseguie and Linda Jane Resseguie John L. Rikhoff and Karen Knutson Rikhoff Edgar C. Ritchie and Doris Irvine Ritchie V. Eugene Ritz Mr. and Mrs. Grover H. Roane Richard Harold Rohm and Salli Stoodt Rohm Douglas L. Rossiter and Rosemary Rossiter Barry O. Rudert and Rosalie Rudert Philip J. Ruedig and Anne Keeney Ruedig Ned P. Rule and Lynn Rezek Rule Phillip J. Salsbury and Sara Wooden Salsbury Richard R. Savage and Patricia Dungan Savage G. David Schiering Charles A. Schirmer and Jeanne Ashbaugh Schirmer David L. Schmalz Bruno Beat Schmitter and Judith Schmitter Richard Charles Schroeder and Angela Marie Schroeder Richard L. Schubert and Judy Chupp Schubert Robert M. Schulte and Bonnie L. Schulte Gene Scott and Beverley Barnes Scott L. Ray Sells and Phyllis Rauth Sells Edward Seto Ken B. Sewell and Wendy Sewell Mr. and Mrs. David J. Shaw Wm. Dana Shelby and Ellen Beebee Shelby Joanne Arvidson Sheperd Mr. and Mrs. John C. Shoop John R. Showalter, Jr. Paul G. Simon and Susan Scott Simon Lucy Brown Sloan Donald E. Smith and Gretel Heinzerling Smith Donald R. Smith and Elaine L. Smith Elizabeth Nelson Smith James M. Smith and Marilyn Koch Smith John E. Smith Mary Ann Lacy Smith Ronald D. Smith and Marilyn H. Smith William P. Snyder and Rebecca L. Snyder Stephen L. Sollman and Particia A. Vayo-Sollman Elliott L. Sorge and Marjorie A. Sorge Donn H. Spilman and Mary Baughman Spilman Jay Forrest Stannard II and Mary Elizabeth Stannard John C. Stark and Barbara Gregg Stark John R. Stauffer and Joyce E. Stauffer Paul E. Steele and Diana M. Steele Ralph S. Steele and Myrene L. Steele Todd W. Stetson and Katherine W. Stetson James R. Stillwell and Judith Ward Stillwell Alice Taylor Storey C. B. Stringfellow and Joellen McFarland Stringfellow Dan J. Stryker and Patricia Carey Stryker John M. Sulek and Nancy Sulek Donald B. Swain and Mary Price Swain Steven Elliot Swanson and Mary Elizabeth Swanson Alice Trickey Swiatek William R. Syverson and Christine M. Syverson Alice Edelmaier Taglauer Julian Taylor and Evelyn Viliran Taylor Lawrence P. Taylor and Margaret J. Taylor Dolores M. Templeton Eleanor Davis Tener Thomas O. Thompson and Thelma Hunter Harkness-Thompson Frederick F. Thornburg and Patricia Malloy Thornburg Thomas Brian Tobin and Suzanne Kermes Tobin James M. Totman and Janis Campbell Totman dec Allen R. Trowbridge and Martha Moore Trowbridge Bryan Clark Trowbridge and Theresa Josephine Trowbridge Thomas C. Tubekis and Barbara Martin Tubekis Ann Clarkson Turpin Imo Yates Umfleet Jane Hale Utterback Raymond G. Vasey and Janet Vasey Michael A. Wagner and Claire Wagner Richard L. Waldron and Susan Cook Waldron Patrick R. Walgamuth and La Verta M. Walgamuth David M. Walker and Patricia Jacks Walker Thomas J. Walker and Ellyn Vyhnalek Walker Donald B. Walters and Barbara Griffiths Walters Annette Dinneen Ward Robert T. Watson and Jean Mehlig Watson Ronald K. Weimar and Carolyn Smith Weimar Lawrence Thomas Welch and Kathleen Gillis Welch Lawrence E. Welker and Joyce A. Welker Robert T. Whetzel and Sherri Brown Whetzel Julie Smith Wiehl Alec Wightman and Kathleen Wightman Larry Wildt and Kathy Reigle Wildt John F. Wilhelm III and Nancy Hadley Wilhelm John B. Williams and LouAnn Hart Williams John R. Willman and Marietta May Willman David E. Winton and Nancy Harrison Winton Elizabeth Hedges Witteveen Charles Wochomurka III and Jayne Wochomurka Douglas Walter Wolfe and Marta Hawthorne Wolfe James W. Wood and Sandra McDermond Wood William P. Wooden and Susan Scoins Wooden Steven W. Worthington and Susan Worthington John David Wright and Barbara Underwood Wright ◆ Wendy Ferguson Wright Mitchell Victor Yonkler and Sue Ann Seiler Noble H. Yoshida and Fumie Yoshida Richard A. Young and Kimberlee Tweedy Young James D. Zachritz and Arlene Calkins Zachritz Mohammad Zaman and Robina Zaman John F. Zeiger and Joan Zeiger Raymond Edward Zielinski and Ann Cederblad Zielinski Joelen Cox Zimont CONTRIBUTORS Myles K. Acken and Christine Patterson Acken Roy F. Allan James Michael Alward and Linda Alward Martha J. Anderson James L. Andrew and Nancy Andreae Andrew Elbert L. Archibald and Elizabeth Archibald Bradley Gleason Atkinson and Jane Ann Klingler Atkinson Gunther W. Baatz and Jacqueline Schuldes Baatz Brian Bruce Baber and Wanda Jean Baber Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Backes Gary M. Barcus and Regina Minear Barcus Lester S. Barritt and Elizabeth L. Barritt John C. Baumgartner and Donna C. Baumgartner Mary Hester Bayer Mark Alan Beckman and Kathleen Jo Beckman Warren E. Beebe and Mary Montgomery Beebe Lester E. Beesley and Nancy Beesley Allen A. Bell, Jr. ◆ Janet Robison Berger Robert E. Beswick and Gloria Routt Beswick Michael G. Bever and Diane J. Bever Jack Boeh and Janet Marshall Boeh Charles A. Boswell and Lois Bearss Boswell John W. Breck and Sarah Smith Breck Parke M. Brewer and Denise Ward Brewer Louise D. Brown Wayne Brucks and Susan Koenig Brucks Robert C. Brunskill and Margaret Gantz Brunskill John Bryan and Beverly Tansey Bryan Howard L. Bull and Sheila Kay Settle Stephen G. Burns and Joan Burns James W. Burroughs and Donna Morris Burroughs Charles M. Byers and Charles Byers Mary Martin Canada Clifton C. Capp and Dorothy Scott Capp Mary Daggett Carlton Scott Dale Carmony and Laura Hutton Carmony Jane Mohler Carpenter James G. Carr and Carol Warren Carr Richard L. Carson and Mary Carson Jack Cassiday and Paula Stenger Cassiday Margaret Stigler Cauldwell Robert B. Chevalier Walter Chroniak and Helen Rudesill Chroniak Richard E. Claar and Constance Evans Claar Joseph H. Clark and Barbara Brewer Clark Chester J. Claudon, Jr. and Martha Soldwedel Claudon F. Wm. Clemenson Henry Coan and Nancy Hilliger Coan Richard E. Coffey and Jean McArthur Coffey Elizabeth Phelps Cole Barbara Coons Connelly Jevne Robert Conover, Sr. and Susanne Head Conover Tonia C. Cooper Steven P. Crantz and Julie Crantz James A. Crawford and Stephanie B. Crawford Glen F. Crum and Harriett Hesslin Crum Randal E. Curnutt and Cynthia Cox Curnutt Charles H. Dale and Mary Stone Dale Mark Joseph Dalesandro and Christine Lee Dalesandro James E. Daugherty and Linda Daugherty Molly Mitchell Davidson David A. Dickerson and Mary Dickerson Edward F. Dirks Richard A. Drewes and Sandy Drewes Kevin Christian Dreyer and Cynthia Evelyn Dieckgrafe-Dreyer George E. Dutton and Betty Dutton William K. Elbring John N. Elliott and Joyce Whitehead Elliott Howard W. Eloe and Jo Ann Kramer Eloe Anne R. Erickson Barbara Madill Evarts Thomas J. Faber and Rosemarie Hosbach Faber H. Lambert Filer, Jr. James R. Fletcher and Carol Morton Fletcher Joseph S. Fletcher and Patricia B. Fletcher Nancy Cox Fontaine Lawrence Eugene Frank and Susan M. Frank John D. Frankel and Nanette Thomas Frankel Barbara Stahoviak Gates Kirkland H. Gates and Kathryn G. Gates John William Gaughan and Kathleen Drack Gaughan ◆ Charles Geiss and Barbara Geiss C. William Gregory and Pauline Grossman Gregory Robert A. Greising and Margaret Kissling Greising

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John H. Greves III and Mari McGaughey Greves Michael N. Griffin and Jennifer Sanger Griffin Barbara Banks Gurney Margaret Clippinger Gutting Mary Sears Haake Wanda Beebe Hamilton James R. Hanahan and Linda Stang Hanahan Mary Ann Jones Hanna David H. Hannah and Martha Musser Hannah Joseph C. Hardy and Jill Faller Hardy David M. Harr and Annabell Harr Samuel W. Hart Michael J. Hasenour and Vicky Hasenour Wade N. Hazel and Tavia S. Pigg John W. Hederick, Jr. Linda Nye Heitzman Harvey H. Helm Patricia Herrell Hentze Harry Hertzberg and Ruth A. Kovac Chris L. Hilbrich and Janet Hilbrich Herbert N. Hill and Gloria Reichenbach Hill Scott A. Hime and Vicky Martin Hime Charles T. Hodgin and Rebecca Allbritten Hodgin Franklin D. Horner Carl F. Horton and Evelyn Hartford Horton Richard J. Howson and Katherine M. Howson David J. Hruska and Robin Ackerman Hruska Kenneth V. Hughes, Jr. Peggy Ragan Hughes Karl W. Hutchison Joleen Denice Israel Cheryl Sorenson Jamison Norman F. Jay and Judith Harding Jay William K. Johnson and Martha Johnson Timothy David Jones and Judy Marie Jones Robert C. Jones and Esther Julian Jones Stephen C. Jones and Kathryn D. Jones David R. Kasl and Jean Pounds Kasl Katherine Roberts Keenan Marvin L. Kelly and Ladonna McNeff Kelly Robert W. Kemp and Linda Stone Kemp Frederic L. Kenney and Kimberly D. Kenney Joe D. Kinnett and Linda Bellinger Kinnett Jonathan Kintner and Edwina Challinor Kintner M. Kip Kistler and Vivian Kistler Charles H. Kivett and Gertrude Macomber Kivett D. Gary Klempnauer Carl Kling and Meredith Miller Kling John K. Knoche and Patricia M. Cassiday David C. Kolbe and Kathy Manges Kolbe Alex J. Kondonassis Samuel J. Lang, Jr. and Caroline Jones Lang Arlen W. Langvardt and Mary Langvardt David Zinn Lanham and Janean Marie Lanham Stephen B. Laposa and Melanie M. Laposa John M. Lathrop and Constance Ryan Lathrop Paul J. Lawrence and Ann Fairchild Lawrence Roger S. Lawton and Gee Lawton William B. Leist and Mary Kendall Leist Timothy Carl Lesch and Ellen Rae Rosevear-Lesch Robert L. Levy and Betsy Levy Catherine M. Lewis Jo Ankeny Lindamood James T. Little Jeanne Hickman Logan Bradley Thomas Long and Debra Sue Long John K. Lovison and Joyce Lovison John Anthony Lucchese, Sr. and Diane Jean Lucchese Bruce W. Luecke and Cathy Chesnut Luecke Alberta Finch Lyons Darlene MacDonald David F. Mahoney and Nancy Vititoe Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Marfise William C. Marlatt and Kathryn G. Marlatt Brent R. Marquand and Karen Marquand Ernesto Marquez and Susan Steele Marquez Kelvin J. Maxfield and Joan Stoeckinger Maxfield John Scott McConnaughey and Mona Shutt McConnaughey Martha McCormack George C. McDermit and Donna A. McDermit Thomas A. McElhaney and Janice M. McElhaney James C. McGahey and Carolyn Burckhalter McGahey Maxine McWilliams Paul A. Medlock and Linda Kuonen Medlock Joel Samuel Meltzer and Gloria Zotti-Meltzer Katherine Moseley Mills Roger J. Mitchell and Anna Evans Mitchell Bruce Molitoris John W. Mooningham and Gretchen M. Mooningham Stephen D. Morrison and Carol Parks Morrison Jim L. Mott and Niki Lee Mott Thomas E. Mulligan and Alice Fairbank Mulligan Barbara Wright Nesbit Robert H. New and Marian Merchant New Robert E. Newlin and Barbara Barr Newlin Mike C. Nichols William R. Niersbach, Jr. and Karen Maier Niersbach William David Noll and Mary Patricia Noll J. Raymond North, Jr. and Sue Sappenfield North John H. Noyes and Clare Grier Noyes Katrina Longenecker Nummela Douglas B. Oler and Brenda Oler Donald M. Olson and Mary Harrison Olson Mark L. Pasyk and Karen Pasyk Mary Simmons Pauley Idella Fields Peterson Anthony Petsoulakis and Dorothy Petsoulakis Robert S. Pfister and Kathy Pfister Steven D. Powell and Marianne T. Powell Val Price, Jr. and Kathryn Ellis Price Geraldine Aker Pritchett Don E. Prosser Grace Quan Michael J. Rafferty and Elsie Ferguson Rafferty Randy J. Ragsdale and Becky Hunter Ragsdale Patricia Ann Reed Jean Ward Rehm Gloria J. Revere Ronald W. Richards and Elizabeth Ann Richards Robert J. Ricketts and Cynthia Allen Ricketts Ned M. Ring and Z. Laury Ring Kent Allen Robertson and Catherine Collette Robertson Richard T. Roessler and Janet Williams Roessler Craig J. Rojek and Karen J. Rojek Joyce L. Rose-Weisberger Francis Samuel and Yolande Samuel Robert A. Schilling and Rita S. Schilling John W. Schlotz Michael J. Schneider and Gloria J. Schneider Robert G. Schussler and Linda Schrader Richard K. Schweers and Betsy Parker Schweers William B. Scruggs III and Barbara Hill Scruggs Conrad Dwight Selle and Anna Grubb Selle Joseph Earl Sharpe, Jr. and Catherine Marie Sharpe William A. Shipley and Donna Shipley J. Stuart Showalter Thomas E. Slade and Lisa Gourieux Slade Donald S. Smith and Debra Jo Smith Phillip D. Smith and Linda Smith Christopher K. Smitley and Cheryl Smitley Timothy J. Snyder and Sherylh Snyder Arthur W. Sprague, Jr. and Nancy Holmes Sprague Fred J. Stark, Jr. and Carol Hauser Stark John A. Stevens and Carol A. Cavallaro Sarah Malley Stevenson George F. Stewart and Fauneil Brattain Stewart Raymond W. Stock and Ruthana Osterling Stock Cheri Rolland Stone Virginia Jacoby Stooker Mary McDonald Stragand John Sturgeon and Marilynn Ballard Sturgeon James G. Sturrock and Kathryn Klim Sturrock Rose Britt Summers Douglas C. Swanson and Clare Johnson Swanson Peggy L. Swihart Maureen Sullivan Taylor Margaret Hastings Teegardin Michael A. Terry and Elizabeth Godfrey Terry Raymond S. Thiem and Vanita Thiem Daniel P. Thomas and Deborah Schade Thomas Byron E. Truax and Mary Quiter Truax Robert E. Van Metre and Barbara A. Van Metre C. Phillip Van Winkle and Rachelle Van Winkle Charles T. Vear and Gloria Vear Christopher L. Walker and Shelley Holmes Walker F. Gale Walker, Jr. and Jean Graves Walker Suzanne Schulze Walker Terence Anthony Walsh and Debra Susan Walsh T. B. Wanberg and Susan Morrison Wanberg John T. Weise and Ann O’Connell Weise Kenneth B. Welliver and Mary Lee Hickman Welliver Charles A. Whitcomb Rebecca Fortenbery Widmer Kenneth A. Wieland and Janyce Kishman Wieland Virginia Zwickel Willkie John W. Wilson Susan R. Wilson Wayne L. Winter and Nickey Winter David John Workman and Faith Elizabeth Workman Joyce Bittner Wylie Carolyn Duncan Young GIFTS IN MEMORY OF W. Peter de Penaloza Mary Rogers Field Felix E. Goodson Charles G. Himan John A. Ricketts Kenneth R. Umfleet GIFTS IN HONOR OF Lucille Burkett David Furman Thomas A. Hampton Eugene Hebe Kremer IV Charles A. Leis Marilyn Newpart Leis David J. Morehead Marjorie Davis Morehead Lawrence E. Zabinski SPECIAL GIFTS Theodore S. Bacon, Jr. and Sarah Hogate Bacon E. Webb Bassick IV and Kathy Bassick Scott R. Brewer and Carol B. Brewer Lawrence W. Clarkson and Barbara Stevenson Clarkson Robert J. Darnall and Marletta Farrier Darnall Don R. Daseke Paul E. Drack and Elaine Drack Gary Paul Drew and Sandra Aldrich Drew David B. Englehart and Helen E. Englehart L. Penfield Faber and Marilyn Melvin Faber Thomas R. Gibson and Sophie H. Gibson Bruce P. Grossnickle and Jeanne Sankey Grossnickle M. Lewis Gulick ◆ Donald L. Hamilton and Emily Hooton Hamilton Robert B. Harding and Susan Harding C. Salen Herke John F. Hodshire dec and Mildred Greenleaf Hodshire James Hollensteiner and Wanda Hollensteiner James E. Hoover and Carroll Hoover R. David Hoover and Suzanne Anderson Hoover Harry D. Jacobs, Jr. dec David S. Johnson and Anne Prindle Johnson David J. Kirkby ◆ Thomas A. Lancaster and Marilyn Hansen Lancaster Timothy R. Laughlin and Sara Laughlin ◆ Charles A. Leis and Marilyn Newpart Leis G. Richard Locke and Judy Blang Locke Thomas M. Mansager William C. Marlatt and Kathryn G. Marlatt Dean A. Mitchell and Martha Dunlavy Mitchell Frank M. Rasmussen and Carolyn Humbert Rasmussen Corrine V. Reichert Ian M. Rolland and Miriam V. Rolland Richard E. Schulte and Jamie McDaniel Schulte Peter C. Sorg and Lisa Griffith Sorg Mark R. Stevens Michael G. Stout and Shelley Scott Stout Norman E. Strasma and Janice Strasma Mildred J. Tracht Mr. and Mrs. David L. Vear dec ◆ John H. Wallace and Sarah Reese Wallace Richard A. Warne and Jane Leahy Warne Robert O. Weiss and Ann Weiss ◆ Michael Scott Welch and Kimberlee Ann Welch OTHER GIFTS James L. Bogue Kenneth K. Chalmers and Georganne A. Chalmers William M. Clark Donald M. Curtis and Gail Curtis Donald C. Findlay, Jr. and Judith Lilly Findlay Keith A. Gossard Neal E. Kitchell and Diana Tamara Kitchell ◆ George C. Lortz and Rebecca Watts Lortz James A. Madison Paul A. Medlock and Linda Kuonen Medlock Robert J. Michalak and Cicely Michalak Mary P. Nye Robert James Rudnik and Mary Catherine Rudnik Robert A. Schilling and Rita S. Schilling Robert J. Thomas and Doris R. Thomas Robert S. Wetoska and Mary Ann Wetoska LEGACY GIFTS Robert G. Burney and Katie Burney ◆ David W. Goodrich and Julie Houk Goodrich M. Lewis Gulick John Douglas Kay and Ingrid Grujanac Kay Mark C. Mills and Leslie B. Mills David J. Morehead and Marjorie Davis Morehead Robert L. Muller and Shirley Fouch Muller Andrew J. Paine, Jr. and Jane Medaris Paine ◆ John P. Rudy and Barbara M. Rudy Jerry L. Williams and Jane Jones Williams

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FRIENDS, FACULTY AND STAFF
TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Anonymous Anonymous Terry Hartshorn Peter Huizenga Yoshiko Iikubo John B. Kett, Jr. Eleanor D. Nelson Amy Zino Reavis Barbara D. Stone Billie Lou Wood EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Robert E. Allen L. G. Enroth dec Allan B. Hubbard Ann Smith Michelle K. Trulaske Kimberlee Ann Welch PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Barbara Daseke Caren Flewellen Bobbie Gates Wendell H. Johnson Wendy McCracken Bruce S. Nicholas Nelson Schaenen, Jr. Maria Renna Sharpe Andrea Anania Stewart Jane Tatman Walker Nancy Williams Judith A. Young OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Neal B. Abraham and Donna L. Wiley Allan James Anderson Elizabeth Beatty Banks Brian L. Beals Richard L. Bender Cheryl K. Boswell Blake H. Brown Tammy Cannon Leslie L. Casey Jerome A. Castellini Susan M. Crenshaw Christie B. de Nicola Daniel J. Donoghue Margaret Dostal Emily R. Douglass Maria Concepcion Emkes Marilyn Melvin Faber Mary E. Fanyo Vickie J. Feutz James R. Field Suzanne Erickson Findley Alan F. Fox Ellie George David W. Givens David G. Goodwin T. Carter Hagaman Florence E. Harlor Pam Harlor Richard D. Harrison Florence R. Husted Linda Johnson Sharon Keever Timothy Lyne Karen H. McAlister Thomas R. McCully Philip B. McKiernan Miguel D. Miguelez Rebecca Mitchell Michael F. Moberly Lawrence Moon Thomas R. Moore Terry L. Muilenburg Donna S. Mullin Robert L. Muse Janet Asp Neville Kenneth A. Owen Ben C. Peternell Karen Ellen Petersen Betsy Danielson Peterson Edwin McCreary Phillips William E. Phillips Marilyn Rhoades Pogue Myrta J. Pulliam Teresa O. Rieth Jane W. Schott Pamela Bakan Schuck Charles J. Seidler, Jr. William M. Shaner III Irma Shields Susan Lee Simms Marcia Fobes Smith Carole Stokely Lisa Stone Derek Storm Beth Ullem Kimberly Vallee George Vrabeck Marianne Watson Gregory Wendt CHARTER CIRCLE** Rosemary Balmfarth Aldrich David T. Anderson Anonymous Mark Winsted Ardington Paul Bailey Kathryn Donaldson Barker David N. Barkhausen Ivette Bear William Beckett Katherine Lind Bergethon Linda Blake Robert G. Bottoms and Gwen Bottoms E. Rexford Bull Roger Cannell Mary Cooke Carroll Doris Casassa Clark J. Chandler Keith W. Charles Jean V. Chick Susan Dobbin Claar John Cleveland, Jr. Linda Cochran Guy Comer Beverly Risma Conklin S. Page Cotton, Jr. Diane Clark Cowie Barbara A. Cozzens Kathleen Crispell Britt Swanson Cryer David Dabbiere Roberta Dangremond Patricia Wolfe Davis William M. Dickson Marianne H. Diesbach Richard R. Dirlam Sandra J. Dodd Dennis J. Downing Constance D. Drew Dorothy Dwoskin Earl S. Dye, Jr. Lurie S. Emmons Sharon C. Evans Allan W. Ferrin Susan Scott Findlay Margaret Finley Vicki C. Fischer Margaret Fleener Gerda Fletcher Larry C. Fogdall Carolyn Fredrick William James Frey Bill Frier Madelon Rose Fross David W. Funke Teresa Gayle Fuson Stephen K. Gauly Shannon Gerber David W. Goodrich Loraine Graham Gai Grannon Linda D. Grannon Kyra Grathwohl Kristina L. Greenwood Joseph F. Grinnell Raphael Guerin Craig A. Haddox Robert H. Hall Diana H. Hamilton Joan K. Hansen Cindi Harbottle Susan Hatke James T. Hegenbarth Thomas S. Henderson Ellen O. Henry David Hildebrand Catherine Hoffman Jeffrey Hollander and Lisa Hollander John E. Hollett III Martha L. Holmes Wright Houghland Douglas Hubbard Keely M. Huff Carol K. Hunter Liz Ihlenfeld James A. Jagger Barbara Jett Perry Bockstahler Jewett Ashley Jones Kebrdle Brendan J. Kelly Arline W. Kern C. Jay Key Robert M. King Rita Kleinschmidt Reid E. Klion Janet Wray Koenig J. Michael Kota Peter W. Koukola Craig Kozak Susan Lancaster Sally E. Lanham Arlyn Larson Doris J. Lawhead Erma Murray Light Enola G. Lininger John Carl Littrell Jean L. Locke Katherine Beard Long Mari Lower Linda R. Mahrdt Sarah Hunting Mayfield Kathleen McGaughey James McGuire and Carla McGuire Gaylord L. Meyer Gale R. Miller Jackie Miller Jennifer Aucoin Miller Tonia Mennen Miller Patricia Mohr Genevieve Jacobs Monsma Nancy K. Morgenstern John E. Morrill Mindy Munson Ajay Nagpal Sharon Neighbours Todd Nicholson Kelli Noard Monica M. Norman Susan R. Novak Tsue Asami Ostermann Glenn Oztemel Diane Penn Beverly L. Pinaire Margaret Booth Powell Kevin Powers Lee Rafkin Linda Gold Readey Stacy Rechtin Ann Caroline Benson Reece Megan Dillon Remsen K. Peter Rentrop Patrick Ronan Janice Runnels Steven M. Ryan Frances P. Sargent Erin Saxby Susan Lorraine Schelleg Gwen Schlesinger Jean Schulze Amy Hight Schwarz Steven J. Setchell and Cara Brumby Setchell David N. Shane Bryan Sharpe Sara Siegesmund James H. Simkins, Jr. Therese Ivancovich Sissel Roger P. Skerrett Clifford M. Sladnick Frances Smith Susan Smith Sally Sorenson Philip Spahn C. Richard Spaulding Judith A. Spence Lawrence J. Stack and Susan L. Stack Neal W. Steinbart Carol Crookshank Stocking James R. Strawn Carol Jean Thompson Thomas Tomasian Allen Town Gale Unterberg Raymond H. Van Wagener, Jr. Dale W. Vanden Brink Carolyn Haimann Vandiver Rosemary Walters Wanpen Wehrenberg Susan A. Welch Dianne Jones Weller Mary G. Williams dec Jeff Robertson Willis Ann Winings James C. Wood Nancy Woodruff Jeffrey Yingling Nancy Peyton Yohe John C. Zink FOUNDERS CIRCLE Joseph Paul Agronick Melissa Allen Judith Anderson Kim R. Anderson Anonymous Anonymous Jean Antoncino Dorothy Asher Arnold P. Austin Doris Elaine Autry-Klaas Gini Baier Nancy J. Baldwin Lorie Seitz Barbieri Marcia Ellett Barker Susan S. Barrett Janet M. Beall Mari Cheryl Beals Ann L. Becker Christy Becker Steve Bella Dorothy L. Berg Jeffrey Bernstein Karen Riley Bettis Amy Bever Jeff Binder Diona J. Blackwell Patricia Blanchard Christine Bohmer Catherine A. BonDurant Sue Huffman Bond Larry Boulet Sherdene S. Boyle David J. Bradley Russell J. Bright Barbara Hopke Brill Michael C. Brilley John D. Brookmeyer, Jr. Robert Browning James R. Buck Janet Sorenson Buck William T. J. Burke Alice Rowe Burks Rob Buzza John Calder Kevin R. Callahan Sandra S. Carr Donald L. Carter, Jr. Jane Caskey Anna Caston Karie Cecil Stephen J. Choban Lynn Chreist Catherine Chriss Catherine Christie Geoffrey R. Christy Peter Devine Cleveland Margaret W. Cobble Martha A. Colberg Ronnie F. Cooper Michael J. Coyner and Marsha Coyner L. K. Crawley Susan Theobald Crook John Culwell

“I felt tremendously honored to be a recipient of the 2007 Paul C. Glick award. The thoughtfulness and generosity of people committed to the University like Dr. Glick is what strengthens our campus community. I applied the award and my studies in Anthropology to my work in Ecuador. I first visited Ecuador in my junior year at DePauw through study abroad. I had the opportunity to put the ethnographic methods I learned in the classroom into practice in an independent research project at a foundation for street children. The paper that resulted from that research was presented at this year’s Central States Anthropological Society Annual Meeting. Recently, I returned to Ecuador to work with a local organization that does environmental consulting. I am currently involved in various projects related to natural disaster risk management. I frequently call on my DePauw education and particularly my studies in Anthropology in my daily work, especially in the field.” – Amanda M. E. Decker ’07

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Gretchen Marie Cupples Dean Michael Damocles Carol Danks Kay J. Davis R. P. Stephen Davis Stephanie Dee Peter DeFrino Ruth Wood DeVries David M. DeWitt Elizabeth Koenig Demmings Gregory Dingens Violet S. Doan Christopher V. Dodds Lucia P. Donahower F. Bowie Duncan II Diane R. Egley Elizabeth J. Emison Gary E. Engel Marian England Dorothy Englehart Jacob B. Erkkila Marcia S. Essig Arthur B. Evans and Jan Evans Daniel Evans Joyce C. Evans Judith Fairchild Mary Elisabeth Faulkner Robert L. Fischer Nancy M. Fisher Denise McMahon Fitzgerald Beatrice Fox Bonnie Klein Fox Ann Frauenheim Jim Freiwald Ernest Frohring Linda Lyon Frye Shirley White Fulmer Karen Ottsen Gardiner Bonnie Cassady Garrett Frederick R. Gehlbach Karen Eva Geier Lana Gesler D. I. Gillum Kim Marie Gilmore David Golder Steven Kent Good Nancy Robin Green Loretta Grossnickle Michael Gullifor Megan Hackbarth L. James Hague, Jr. Gregory Hahn Leslie A. Hallett Mary Hallward Rick Hammel Susan Ann Hart Jones Diana Wade Hasenbalg Kathy Hasler Kellie L. Haygood Kenneth P. Heaps Suzy Heine Lois Jane Heller Shannon Hetzel Peter C. Higbie Ann Glendening Higgins Janet Himan John F. Hodshire dec Barbara Swisher Holland Shaun P. Holliday Stephen R. Hoover Bonnie Williams Howard Kathleen Costello Howard Donald S. Hunt Alice M. Huston Emeli L. Irwin Lofton Lee Isaacson Arnold E. Jeltsch James F. Johnson IV William S. Johnston Barbara Hatcher Jones Patricia S. Jones Linda Forristall Kayler Robert M. Kern Karen Kay King Molly King Lori Kinsey Thomas Klingaman Marie S. Kocoshis Susan Koenig Kristopher G. Kosup Marjolaine Kranbuehl Joyce Kuehl Otto V. Kuehrmann Jack H. Lane James R. Lankton Howard S. Lanznar Robert Larocque James Laudick Harold W. Laut Edward Lee Sandra Lehnen Douglas J. Leipprandt Leona P. Libman Bonnie C. Longnecker Fred G. Luber Albert A. Luderer Lauri Lueder Angela Gail Luther Lisa Ann Luther Franceen A. Lyons Georgia Chakos Lyras Rosanne Granieri Macpherson Robert C. Manion Timothy M. Maniscalo Carla Mann William J. Mannlein Lyle J. Mannweiler Aldo Manzini Daniel Markley Donald Martin Lucinda Marvin Barbara McClure Brenda McClure Mary McCormick Ralph W. McCormick Kimi Scott McGreevy Helen M. McKinney Laurie K. McMahon Mark L. McNay Phyllis D. Meredith Elizabeth Campbell Metz Jiaying Meyer Karen Meyer Robert R. Meyer Susan M. Meyers Nancy Bye Miller Richard K. Miller Sylvia Miller Sharon Misselhorn R. Michael Molloy, Sr. Claire Montgomerie Monica Moore John R. Morris Linda S. Muller Christi Muraida Anna Murphy Anne Cisle Murray Anne Myong Bonnie M. Nealon Jeanne M. Nelson Stacey Trowbridge Nelson Wendy Jo New Ruth B. Nicoll Mitchell F. Nielsen Joyce S. North David Nyren Karen J. O’Leary Beth K. O’Neil Steve Oakes William A. Oates, Jr. June Ogden Paul F. Oldfield Joseph J. Outerbridge Ben F. Overton Hazel Jean Pagan Dale Park, Jr. Harrison W. Parker Kathleen Doerr Parker Pamela Ruth Patterson Morford John G. Pecsok Jane E. Pell Edward A. Petrick Joel Pett Gregory J. Pfister Jane Dickey Pidgeon Wallace Pinfold Charles F. Plenge Raymond Stewart Plock Monta M. Potter Frank E. Proctor, Jr. Barbara Baker Queller Fidel Ramos Donya Dixon Ransom Betty J. Rauch Deborah Reed Earl A. Reitan Mary Elizabeth Remmel Catherine Orser Renken Kathleen G. Rhoads Kim Robinson James Ruiz Robert Rutan Victoria A. Ruud Peter A. Santoriello Karen Backlund Schneider Ruth Marie Schwartz Rosetta V. Scott Lisa Mary Secrest Mary H. Semmer John Simon Susan Ford Sims Elaine Smiley John L. Smith Kimberly Smith Laura L. Smith S. Amos Smith Richard A. Speller Jennifer Evans Stacey Stephen H. Staelin K. Jane Stephan Debra R. Stephen Lori Stier Robert Stine Richard S. Stultz and JoAnne D. Stultz Terri L. Suchy Nancy Landry Sylvester Jeri Taylor John N. Taylor and Connie Taylor Karen J. Teegarden Howard N. Thiele Suann Johnston Thomas Fred D. Thompson Jean Stewart Thoms Leona Bergman Tibbetts Frances T. Tilley David Vance Tobik Virginia Chittick Tolford M. B. Townsend Matthew B. Tritley Ellen W. Trovillion Karen H. Trowbridge Nancy Tucker Cheryl S. Van Bokkelen John B. Van Duzer, Jr. Mimi Van Horne Doris B. Van Vactor Jean Wadsworth Martha Walter

“In my short time at DePauw, I have had the opportunity to experience many new leadership, philanthropy and social activities. There is something amazing about DePauw that I do not find at other colleges. It is the feeling of loyalty and giving back that the alumni have for the current students.” – Ryan D. Tinker ’09, Overland Park, Kan. Recipient of the Katherine Cox Hoover Scholarship

Jeanne Walton Nancy Warnes Margaret Webb Stephen L. Webster Harriet Coons Wells Nila J. Wells Florence West Ann B. White Lawson E. Whitesides, Jr. Ruth Ann Widman Emily Baud Williams Shirley Williams Dawna Sinnet Wilson Harry M. Wilson III Ken Wilson Donna L. Winslow Dorothy Brochin Wittcoff Susan Wohlfeld Jean Wood Lisa Wood Elisabeth Work Christopher J. Wurster Geoffrey J. Wyght Douglas H. Yaeger Gregory Lewis Yoakam Doug Young Janet Younger David Yuska PATRONS CIRCLE Rhett Alden Roger Alig Roger B. Arend Joel A. Armlovich Nancy Armstrong Linda L. Artuso Harper B. Atherton Michael Duane Ayers Carrie Bach William Banker Jane E. Barker Debbie Barnes Susanne Lamar Barnett Richard W. Barsness Thomas A. Bates Betsy McCallum Baxendale Melissa Kay Beck Arliene W. Beesley Steve Bejarano Jean Belcher Rebecca J. Bennett Margaret A. Bergfeld Rebecca Bergman Maureen E. Berkheimer Jacqueline Bird Donna Blaney Judith Green Blumberg Charles Bodenstedt T. Tad Bohlsen

Laura L. Bokar Douglas E. Born Brooke Boroughs Thomas L. Bosse Roger E. Bottum Leah A. Boyd Patricia Boyer Michael Bradley Mark F. Brinkmann Geraldine K. Brookins Kevin D. Brown Pat Bryant Nathalie Buck Eddie U. Bull, Jr. David A. Burger Maria R. Burney Cheryl S. Butcher Pamela Cagle Linda Campbell Margaret Sweeney Campbell Terry Campbell Kevin C. Carlisle Joan F. Carlson Thomas L. Carter III Thomas R. Cartwright Greg Chevalier Anna H. Clark George F. Climo, Jr. Kim O. Colby Allison E. Condit J. Rowland Cook Carol Hubbard Cooke William H. Cooney Sue A. Corbett-Florian Suzanne Maureen Crouch Drew Crousore James T. Cullen Hannah R. Cullis Dawn Curtis Martha Daniels Julia R. Davis Mary Catherine Deadman Kathleen D. Dewey Norbert L. Didier Emanuel J. Diliberto Darrin Dolehanty Jane L. Dunham Jennifer I. Dye Helen Simpson Edington Ryan Hayes Edwards John W. Ell Kathleen C. Emison Joseph L. Emperly Nancy A. Erman James A. Ermilio Sharon K. Ewing Martha Fairfield Ruthe Falk Nicholas G. Farris

J. David Field Cynthia S. Fink Alison Finnegan Duncan G. Fisher Linwood Fitzgerald Caryl Flickinger Jane Rutledge Flummerfelt Barbara Ann Force Baird C. Foster, Jr. Jeffrey P. Frazier Sally Jo Hadsall Fretz Keith Fruits Julia Friedman Gaff John D. Gaziano, Jr. Judith A. George Frank Walker Gilmer Karen L. Granger Susan K. Gregg Martin Peter Gregor Becky Grossman Marion L. Groves Lois Jean Grubb Chichi Guy Donald N. Halbert Douglas M. Halliday Margaret H. Haman Sandy Hamrick Marte Hanley Muriel M. Hardy Paul W. Hartman and Rebecca Hartman Kenneth Hartung David Holbrook Hawes Kathy Hawk Jeffrey Hayes Lori Johnson Haythorn Peter Heckel William F. Hensold Bruce Herbert Theresa L. Herman Jean M. Herr Patricia M. Hess Diane D. Hightower John L. Hilbrich Bernita Hile Marie Hoag Emily Ann Holt John S. Hoyt, Jr. Suzanne L. Huck Chris Hughes Thomas Hughes Kristine Ebbesmier Hungate Douglas M. Hurt Beverly W. Jackson Thomas James Sandra B. Jameson Rex Lindsay Jamison Cris Johnston John R. Kahle

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Paul L. Kehl Eric P. Kelly James D. Kelly Marlene A. Kelly Edna M. Kelsey Susannah Kent Bunny Sholder Kerr Jayne Kersey Elizabeth Ann Kingseed Patricia A. Kinsey Harold L. Kipker Robert E. Klee Terri L. Klotz Elaine Kovalcik Jeffrey Kramer Joseph T. Krause Philip Sand Krone Jerry H. Kuo Wanda Julie Lahr Heather Landis Patrick W. Lane and Carla Gasbarra Lane Nancy Ann Lange Earl Edward Lanter Pamela Maphis Larrick Claire Coleman Lauing Harry E. Lavin Kelley L. Lawton Joyce Ledstone Clair M. Lee Gayle Legg June Leighton Gary D. Lemon and Susan Lemon Marianne W. Lewis William Lewis Carole A. Lindsey Nancy Lovett Mark E. Lowe Stephen Lowe Cathy Korthaver Lund Stephanie A. Lyons Paula Banchy Madsen Karen Magan Robbin Magnuson Bertram W. Mahoney Paul B. Maini Cathleen Marek Suzanne I. Marks Patricia Marlin Charlotte Nelson Martin David Hilgemann Martin Elizabeth Rigby Martin James L. Maxwell Glenda Tracy McClenahan Michael S. McClure Mary A. McIlroy Donald McIntire Lee N. McMillion Richmond B. McQuistan John M. Messerschmidt Nicole I. Miller Wallace H. Miller John D. Milner Karen Mitchell John J. Moellering Berit Elvira Moore Michael R. Moran John Hunter Morgan Thomas Russell Mote and Deanna Thibodeau Thomas H. Musser and Janet Kay Musser Josephine A. Muzzy Kristie L. Neff Karen B. Nelson Elizabeth W. Nesbit Craig Nevitt Dorothy M. Newell Judith Nichols Laura Boys Notestine Kathryn Medaris Null Steven L. Nutt Allison O’Donnell Michelle M. Ossmann Shirley R. Overmyer Mary C. Page Douglas G. Perry Matthew R. Peter Robert K. Peters Jason G. Petrovich Floris M. Arnott Petty Julian Piercefield Theodore A. Pine Margaret J. Pither Nancy Plum Bernard J. Podurgiel Margaret Poggemeier Bob Polito Ann F. Krick Pomeroy Anne Porter Jeffrey Powell Willis Price Anne M. Quast Joyce D. Racine Virginia S. Radle Rayne Ragan Richard S. Ratcliff Carleen Reckman John E. Reh John C. Reichenbach, Jr. Roger Reinicker Cynthia Knupp Reuling Elizabeth B. Ribares Peter J. Riley David G. Rimer Cristine A. Roberts William E. Roberts Susan Jennings Robertson Claudia Dee Robinson Sarah Robinson Todd M. Rodgers Susan P. Rohrer Bonnie Blair Rose Dumont Rush Andrew D. Ryan Gregg K. Sadlon Alicia Salazar Ellen Malone Salter Ann M. Sampson Mary Sutter Sanders Cecil Vann Saunders, Jr. Marsha Schlueter Neal William Schmitt Arthur Schneider Laura A. Schulte R. Kent Schultz Sara Schymik Joseph M. Scodro Paul Scott Edward M. Segelken Theodore Seger Julie Sheppard Timothy W. Simonds Barbara Jean Simpson Carl P. Singer Donna D. Smith Judith G. Smith Margaret Ann Smith Robert H. Snoddy, Jr. Betsy Ellis Somershield Frederick M. Soster and Jennifer Clarkson Soster Margaret A. Gretchen Spann Joseph Steigauf Joel Kenneth Stein Christine M. Stemley Michael Stratton Sue H. Strup Karne Miene Stubbs Scott Duke Stump James E. Swanson Jeffrey J. Teeter Charlotte Thiemelke-Floyd Hugh Richard Thomas Kenneth C. Thompson Elizabeth Gregory Thornburg Anne Todd Allen Kenneth Tonkin Mary R. Toole William F. Trent Holly L. Troeger Tracy Truchelut Sandra E. Tucker Dorothy Louise Turmail Lisa Turner Michelle C. Ulmer Robert Underwood Dorothy D. Van Riper V Harward Vashaw Joan Wagner Norman O. Wagoner Mary Frances Walker Mary R. Walker Judith P. Walsh Christine Watson Brian R. Webster Steven E. Wedding Sandra S. Wegenke Caroline Weingart Jeanne Imbs Weitzel Bonnie R. West Carol Venerable West Lois A. Westen Wendy J. Wetoska Madalene Bowler White Jennifer Whitehead Eunice D. Wilke Jo Williams Pamella J. Williams Joan K. Wing Donald P. Woulfe Charles E. Wright Dawn Cornell Yeager Stephen T. York Brian Ytterberg Thomas E. Zapp John R. Zartman Marguerite Carroll Zelenz Bernard Zimmermann III BUILDERS CIRCLE William Francis Abely II Julia Maserang Acker Margaret Saunders Adam Barbara F. Adams Brian S. Adams Betty L. Addison William R. Aikman William Akers III Jo Ellen Alberhasky Stephen R. Albin and Julia M. Johnson Carolyn Alcorn Bob Allen and Joan Allen Jorge Allen Tamara Allison Betty Jo Purcell Amers Samantha Joy Amezcua Robert J. Anders Patricia Anderson Stephen Anderson Steven D. Anderson T. M. Andrews Anonymous Sharon Anson David Eldridge Archibald Douglas Ardell Noel E. Ashbaugh Clark Atkinson Joyce Elaine Augspurger Eric M. Austin Joe N. Austin Russell W. Babb Thomas K. Babington Howard C. Bain Michael R. Bain Trudy Searles Bain Rebecca Bair Jahice S. Bales Venita Riggs Ballinger Franchesca Banuelus Genny Barclay Bennett Barcroft Daniel Barlow Robert O. Barr John C. Barrett Ruth Jolly Barrows Richard P. Barry Paul R. Bartel Colette Bartholomew Maxine Bash Michael A. Batross Charles W. Battey Bernard F. Batto and Teresa Batto Nancy Baum Emily L. Bauman Thasana K. Beaty Kurt D. Bechthold Catherine Beck Peter Hess Beckwith Kathleen Bedree Diane Rankin Behrens Andrew J. Beiswanger Harold J. Bell Anson L. Beman Brett Bennett Edward H. Bennett III Victoria Bennett William A. Bennett Paul W. Benson Catherine Berka Matthew R. Bernaldo Chris S. Berrier Leonard Betley Robert G. Beverly William Biggar Melanie C. Billman Charles R. Birkemeier and Patricia A. Birkemeier Rima Bishara Christina M. Bittles Kristin Bjork James T. Black Ryan Black Monica Blankenship Mary Blatchley-Hibbard Peggy A. Bock George W. Bockstahler David Boezi Catherine Boldrey Lyle Jerome Boldt Michael David Bonomo Ron Borgogni Vic Boschini James Armon Bost John U. Bott III Robert A. Bowles Marilyn Boyd Stephanie June Boyd James J. Boyer Tim Boyer Richard S. Boynton Patricia Anne Bradburn Diane Braddom Walter G. Bradford Eve C. Bradshaw Scott A. Brame Arthur M. Branco David E. Brandon Donna Munson Braunsdorf Barbara Boone Brecht Emily Bremer Russell Brengelman Jerry Brennan Lucy W. Brennan Mary Murphy Bretscher James A. Brickley Petey Brinker John J. Briones and Debbie Briones Jack W. Brouwers Cynthia Brower John P. Brower Christa Lea Brown Doris Ann Phillips Brown Mary Ann Brown Raymond K. Brown Lawrence A. Browning Steven Broyles Nancy J. Stott Bruehl Eric George Bruestle Marjorie Brumitt Linda M. Bryant Elsa Buchanan John D. Bullock John R. Burbank Lois Peckham Burden Jennifer R. Burke Robert A. Burnham Linda F. Burns William G. Burrill Leland Burstein Betty Ann Burt Laurel A. Burton and Mary Kay Burton Scott Bushroe Helga Bussema John D. Butler Viola B. Butler Peter A. Butzin Bonnie Blair Byrum T. P. Cain Frank Callahan Charles Campbell James Campbell Mary Fran Campbell Steve Carlin Christopher A. Carollo James B. Carr Jeff Carr Glenn J. Carter Lorraine A. Casey William R. Cast Janine Cathcart Maureen D. Caughran Candice Marie Chaffee Sylvia Chambliss Douglas R. Chandler Matthew T. Chapman Barbara Chappell Edward G. Chappell James M. Chenoweth Sarah Chevalley Peter B. Chmura Michael L. Chrapla Dean A. Christian Marsha L. Christman Catherine Christopherson Mary Danielson Christy John A. Cirino A. Thomas Clark, Jr. Claudia Clark Philip Clark Randy Clark Charles Clarkson Arita Hefferan Cleary Brian J. Clem Bruce Clifton Susan Bretz Cloe Franklin E. Cobbs Mimi Cohen Betsie Sperry Colbrunn Catherine Collins Lisa M. Colver John Joseph Connors George N. Constantine Bill Cook Bruce H. Cooke Patricia Jennifer Cooksey Nancy Copper Nancy Corneille Bart D. Cornell Arthur J. Cotins James T. Crain III Charles W. Cramer Mary Ann Cramer Shirley Crane Stewart Elliott Creelman David L. Critchett Jack D. Cudmore William G. Cummings Benjamin H. Cunningham Scott W. Curnow Celinda Current Philip Curtin Martha A. Dahlstrom Allen H. Dailey Candice M. Dalbey Steven W. Dale Barbara Dandelles Sean Daniels James A. Danigelis John Sliter Danis Charles E. Daugherty Audrey Davis Kimberly Davis Louanne W. Davis Mara Pindell Davis Doug DeBarger Anna DeLano Anthony DeVito Ann C. DeVries Joann Decker Patty Dees Thomas L. Deetz Annette Del Barrio Stephen M. Demello Kelley Denardin Lana Denbo Sarah Dent Jerome D. Desserich L. A. Detamore Sharon C. Detrick Paul Dickerson Diane Dillard Laura McClure Dirks Sherilyn M. Ditchman Jason Christopher Diwik Carolyn M. Dix John Dixon Norval Wayne Dixon, Jr. Debra Doan Christopher H. Doerge John Chapman Donaker Robert C. Donley Richard L. Donovan Judy L. Dorrel Paula Young Doty Bruce W. Dougan Lon W. Dowlen, Jr. Floyd Downs Stephen Downs Claudia M. Doyle Lynn Urwitz Drew William D. Drewer Sean P. Driscoll James David DuPuy Richard A. Dubanoski Valerie Dudley Daniel Duker, Jr. Charles E. Dunlap Joseph M. Dunn Mary Jane Dutton Colin M. Dyer

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James Harvey Eads, Jr. Lisa A. Earnhart Tod Eberle Lorraine Eden Arthur W. Edwards Emily Edwards Marian Egbert Linda Egener Melissa Kaufman Eherenman Douglas Ehlers Paul R. Eichelman Linda Letwinger Elliff Mark Wynne Elliott Mary K. Emison Erik Enders Carol L. Endicott Judith C. Epperson Karen Simmons Erb Gayle Erickson Mary Margaret Ericson Christian H. Erzinger Ann Eskew Leslie G. Etters, Jr. Barbara Evans Helen Evans William R. Fackler K. C. Farr John M. Fedor Susan Ferguson John Ferneding Frank S. Ferreri Janet Fidlar David S. Fields Ransom Fields William H. Figeas Buffy Gordon Filippell Rebecca Watson Fischer David M. Fishel Daniel Fisher Susan W. Fisher Karen Fitzgerald Hope Kain Fjord Anne Hepting Flegenheimer David E. Fletcher Helen E. Fletcher Laura L. Flickinger Edward D. Folland Michelle Foltz Ellen Fong Paul Forward Randolph H. Foster Stephen Foster Graydon C. Fox Terra Fox Kevin M. Frate Surirat Frazier Joan Miles Freeland Karen Hyde French Lewis L. French Eric T. Freyfogle Terese L. Friel Maria Friend Colleen M. Fritz William Douglas Froh Peggy York Fry Larry D. Fullenkamp Barbara S. Fuller Robert Funderburg Suzanne Mary Gadbut Karen E. Gadson Joan D. Gale Jamie A. Galle James L. Gallop James L. Gamble Troy Gardner Mark T. Garrigus Timothy C. Gatewood Carol Anne Gaugh Laura Gaunt Carolyn Geoghegan Adam Gerber Ron Gerke Ann Gerson Jeffrey W. Gettleman Roberta K. Gibboney Larry Gibson Patricia R. Gibson Rochelle S. Giddings Wayne Giddings Robert H. Gilbertsen George R. Gillooly James M. Gissy Powell F. Gladden Sylvia Godwin David A. Goertzen Anita B. Golba Marc Andrew Goldberg Staci Goldman Richard C. Goldsworthy Rebecca A. Gonzalez Mary Gosline Paul Gerard Gosselink David R. Gow Dana Anne Grabb Stephanie Grabow Michael C. Grady Sofie B. Larson Graham Cynthia A. Graves Edman Lowell Gray Martha A. Gray Fredrick J. Green Ron Green Glynn Greenway Becky Greising Robert L. Griffin III Jane Reinhardt Griswold Joel Grove Susie Grover Vera S. Grubbs Douglas Guild Marilyn N. Hackenberg Ellen Winfield Hafer Janet M. Haigh Barbara J. Haines Marian M. Hair Marja L. Hakala Carol V. Hake Charles C. Hale, Jr. James D. Hall Robert K. Hall II Sarah Martin Hall Eugene Haller John C. Hamar James C. Hambidge Elizabeth Bunton Hamilton Hilary H. Hamilton Keith L. Hamilton Anthony D. Hammack Laura Gardner Hammond Thalia Douglass Hammond Joseph G. Hamrock, Jr. Brian Hancock Paul David Hands Molly L. Hanlon John Andrew Hanpeter Jeffrey A. Hansen and Gayle R. Hansen Eileen Hansknecht Darryl Hardern Robin M. Hardt Tamara S. Hardy Lisa K. Harkness Carolyn C. Harmann Helen Harnish Benjamin L. Harper Andrew H. Harris Jeffrey J. Harris Patricia A. Flynn Harris Rob Harshaw Brenda K. Hartley William E. Harvey Jane Ellen Hatch Lavonne Jackie Hatch Krissa K. Hatfield Raleigh Hawk Susan Seaforth Hayes Anne Christine Heaton Charles C. Hedde Andrea K. Hedin Vicki Ralph Heise Rory Helms Marjorie A. Henderson Susan P. Hendricks Christopher Hennessey Joseph J. Hennessy Gordon W. Henriott Gwendolyn A. Henry Edward Henson Linda Hershey Thomas E. Hess Kristen D. Hewitt Anna Heys Jacquelyn Hickman Ron Hickman David L. Hill Jennifer W. Hincks Janis Hirschman Lucinda M. S. Hitchner Justin J. Hlavin John Charles Hoard Kay Ellen Hocker Julia May Hoenig John R. Hofmann Steven R. Holmberg Carolyn R. Holmes Karen Holty Donald W. Hopkins Leland Hoppe Theodore H. Hoppock Dan B. Horton James C. Houser Richard Douglas Houser Gary W. Houston Josephine McDavid Hubbard Mary Jo Hudak Peggy Huffman Richard D. Hughes Mollie M. Huitema Deborah A. Hull Jeanne Hull Laura Ann Huser Kathleen J. Huston Alice R. Hutchinson Robert E. Hutmacher Robyne Evans Hutto Karen L. Hux Chien Y. Hwang Roy W. Ide Anthony Ilardo Stephen L. Immer Arthur S. Irwin, Jr. Suzanne Irwin Keith J. Israel Charles Robert Jackson William J. Jackson Elizabeth Jacobson Leslie R. James and Caroline R. James Beth Ann Janowski Katherine Jeffcott Genevieve Jeffreys Sue Jeffries John M. Jellerichs Robert D. Jenkins William Jenks Gunnar S. Jenson Mary Jean John Amal Johnson Andrew R. Johnson Caroline Trout Johnson Charles W. Johnson Shirley Johnson Carol Ann Johnston Jenna Ruth Johnston Patricia Johnston Parker N. Johnstone Arnold R. Jones Clifford Jones David Jones Jacqueline Jones Albert L. Joseph Ronald E. Joyce Carolyn Sue Kaiser Judith G. Kalvin Lise Kasdan Philip Kevin Kazer James A. Kean John Scott Keeler Gibby Bowman Keesling Richard Jenkins Keever Lawrence Welsford Kelley Leslie L. Kelminson Frederick Kelvin Jayne Long Kendall Elaine S. Kennedy Josie Kenyon Jill Lori Wolk Kephart David Burton Kerr Nicole Kuhn Kersey Vijay P. Kesan Carolyn Simpson Kimbell Sandra Kimpel Nanci P. Kincaid Barbara U. Kindig Michael W. King Rose Martin King Rowena King Thomas A. King Catherine B. Kinney Daniel Laurence Kinsinger Tara L. Kirby Sharon Kirkdoffer Kenneth J. Kirkpatrick Michael Kischner Susan Bullis Kissell Stephanie H. Kleehammer David E. Klunder Jane S. Kneeland Kurt Knochel Colleen Knupp Sharon S. Knutson Loretta Peterson Koch George T. Kolettis Timothy G. Konrad Terri A. Konzen William F. Kopp Suzanna Kosobud Gary Kozak Regina Kramel Brady W. Kress Richard K. Krieg Suzanne Boeldt Kriscunas Jennifer Kronland Barbara Nellums Krueger Lana M. Kruse Lynn E. Kubat Tom Kuhn Mihaly Kun Mary Kurek David M. Kutoloski Steven Laken Marcia Laker Matthew W. Landrum Darlene M. Landsittel Shawn J. Lapean Betty L. Laramore John B. Larson Susan P. Larson Barbara J. Lashley Lora Laukitis Ava Marie Carr Lavery Ann W. Lawrence Kathleen Morrissey Layden Nancy Lazear Chip Lee Patricia Lee Jeffrey L. Lefevere Thomas J. Leipzig Helen M. Lemry David L. Lentz Byron Leonard Karen Leonard William J. Leonard Raymond M. Lester John LeTerneau George L. LeVan Marguerite Lewis Steven Lewis Jane O. Liebich Anna Lucille Liechty Anthony Lillibridge Melia C. Linardos Grant D. Lindholm Mark E. Lindsley Kirk E. Lingner William H. Lobe Sarah Bovaird Locke Jeff Long Buce C. Lord Meredith Loring Ruthann Loveless Christina G. Lower Elizabeth Lubiniecki Ned Luce Marilyn S. Luegers Margaret Waitt Lundin James R. Lyman Edwin P. Lynch Joe Lynch M. S. MacCollum David Macpherson Mark E. Maddox Jody Magee Larry S. Magnesen Carol Magnuson Thomas O. Maijala Robert Lawton Mains Dragan M. Majetic James C. Mallers Richard William Malmgren Alice C. Manifold Marcia Stevens Manly Stephen R. Manning Kathleen R. Mapes Madge Simrall March Elizabeth Mariner Betty Bykkonen Marquardt Walter L. Marr Anne E. Marsh Joann Henderson Martens Carol Martin Patricia Martin Robert S. Martin William Donald Martin Barrie O. Mason Kent Belmore Massie Mark Mathisen Jack D. Mattox Thomas Maves Philip G. Mavon Karen S. May William W. May Nicole S. Mayer J. Logan Mayfield William J. McAfee John B. McCann Don E. McCleve John F. McConville Alan Andrews McCormack Janis B. McCormack Barbara McCormick Julie E. McCormick-Lyle Curtis L. McDaniel William Joseph McDaniel William S. McDowell, Jr. Peggy Ann McGarvey Sharon McGrann Kevin McGuire Kevin P. McGuire Charlotte McLain Kelli J. McMullen Patricia McMurry Jill McNichols Colleen McGeady-Ambrose Linda Klein Means Terry J. Meeneghan Joseph H. Mehaffey, Jr. Lynda Merriman William Messer Gaylord M. Messick Martin Metzger Charles Robert Meyer Jean Dawson Meyer Marsha Meyer Jean Goggin Meyers Hazel Mickelson Tracey M. Millard Barry Miller D. Llewellyn Miller Helen L. Miller Steven H. Miller Maximillian S. Mills Thomas George Miofsky Jason C. Mitchell Kimberly Grove Mitchell Natalie S. Mitchell Diane C. Mitru Michael J. Monahan Joan Montague Billie Cash Montgomery Suzanne V. Montgomery David P. Moore William T. Moore Ayhan Moran Bruce S. Mori Patrick Morley George Morris Wilma Elaine Bishop Morris George G. Morrison III Elaine Moser Joanne Patricia Mulvihill Donald Musch John M. Mutz Mary Kate Myers Pamela Rossano Myers Chris Naum James Edward Near David L. Nelson Karen A. Nelson Mairlyn Nelson Joseph G. Nestory Gregory Neumeyer Dana K. Newsom Trammell Newton Margaret Nezarey Robin Nice Susan C. Nicewander Joe Nichols Suzy Niemann Markus Niemeyer George Hagen Niesen Bonnie L. Nimmo Susan Noble Theresa A. M. Noble Treva E. Norman K. Scott Norris Timothy W. Norton Matthew A. Nostrand Andrew J. Novak Jennifer Noyes Gerarde Nunn Dennis Nutt Marsha Sue Ober Diana Gelene Oblinger Edward O’Brien Patrick S. O’Connell

Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

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“As the inaugural Marguerite Andrade Professor of Modern Languages, I appreciate this recognition of the importance of teaching and service at DePauw University. The generous gifts that established the Andrade Professorship underscore Mr. and Mrs. Ubben’s confidence in the faculty’s contributions to the vigor and liveliness of the DePauw community.” – Françoise Coulont-Henderson Professor of Modern Languages (French) (Photo: @Marilyn E. Culler)
Robert W. Shroder Katherine A. Shultz Mary L. Simmons George T. Simon Lisa K. Sims Scott W. Sims Alexis Sinclair Phyllis Skallerup Marilyn G. Slanec Kevin M. Slattery Marlin Smalling Frances Smith Nancy J. Smith Nancy R. Smith Robert D. Smith Thomas H. Smith Linda Lee Snyder Joyce E. Madsen Soderdahl Jennifer Sorge Tom Souleles Harold O. Southard Mark Southerland L. Kirk Sparks Retta Spreen William A. Spring Thomas Janeway Stafford Mary Stahley Mary Tuck Staley Peggy C. Starkey Beverly Jean Adams Stauffer Joyce E. Stauffer Carol Suzanne Steele Carolee Steele Carolyn B. Steele Myrene L. Steele Phillip C. Steiger, Jr. Doris B. Steinberg Michael B. Steinberg Steven L. Stephenson Brian D. Stevens Rebecca Stisser Valerie D. Stogdill Melaney Sue Stoops David P. Stowell and Janet D. Stowell J. William Straker Anne Corry Strasma Barry M. Straube Teresa R. Street Philip C. Strick Denise Stringfellow Judson Scott Strong Nancy Jo Cosgrove Stuart Warren H. Sturmer Timothy Sullivan Jim Summers Nancy Shoemake Surbaugh Hildegarde Swanson Marvin C. Swanson Sharon Swanson Vivian Roe Sweet Gustavus F. Swift IV Timothy Taft David Taylor J. Michael Taylor Karen Lorraine Taylor Edith Templin William R. Thauvette Paul Thiemann and Martha R. Thiemann Heidi Thomas John R. Thomas Mark P. Thomas William N. Thomas Debbie Wright Thomasson Inga Thompson Joseph Francis Thompson Judith Bryan Thompson Thomas O. Thompson Stephanie Schrimpf Thomson Myron Thornburg Patricia Malloy Thornburg Virginia Throckmorton Dan Thue Vicki Lee Timm Graham W. Todd Frank Edward Tolbert Jean Basher Tolle Joan Tollefsen Thomas Tozer Theodore Tracewell Barbara Trammell Anne Trani Kathryn H. Trautman Mark Trerotola Louis Aflred Trosch Jacqueline B. Trottmann Karl F. Trovinger Charles C. Truesdell Angela C. Tucker Judith Prochnow Turk Barbara Alt Turley Thomas A. Turley Guy A. Turnbull John J. Turner Michael Wayne Turner Frank W. Tvaroha Gail Tway Ryan Ullman Bronna S. Utterback Patrick Vallad Pamela Kelerchian Van Cleave J. Peter Van Eys Nancy Vandemoer Dirk Vander Laan Sharon R. Vandivier Janet E. Vare Robert Veatch Thomas M. Venetis Kerry Vermeer Gina Voelz William Volz Peter Von Arx Barbara Vonderohe Johanna Wachter Robert L. Wagmiller Jane R. Wagner Robert Waldner Ann Suttler Walker Martha Walker Christine Wall John G. Wallace Locke Wallace Dena M. Waller Peter Charles Waller Rosemary Walsh Carolyn J. Walters Thomas Wanezek Randy J. Ward William James Wark Lucy B. Warner Douglas E. Warren Emily S. Watts James R. Webb Suzellen C. Webb Kathy Weed Sheila C. Weimer Aviva Feigenheimer Weldon Glenn E. Welliver and Edith Welliver Binney Kitchel Wells John F. Wendelken Joan Werleman Max J. West Mary Jane Westfall John P. Westropp Paul H. Weyrauch John D. Whalen Marianne Wheeler Kelly Whipple Granville Whitaker Rebecca Wagner Whitaker Laura J. Wilburn William T. Wilder Darwin Clark Wile Barbara S. Williams Donald W. Williams George Carr Williams Kathryn Weymouth Williams Loretta B. Williams Erin L. Wilson John E. Wilson Lougenia E. Wilson Nancy Scholl Wingert Lynn Winston Charles E. Winter Patricia Ann Winterberg Doug Winters Charles Philipp Wirsching, Jr. Maurice E. Witteveen Jayne Wochomurka Ann Rita Woerflinger Thomas P. Wolf William H. Wolf Douglas Walter Wolfe Beatrice Emens Wolper Robert L. Wood Kevin Woodhouse Wayne Woodlief Richard A. Worcester Helen C. Wright John David Wright Lloyd M. Wright Paul L. Wright Wallace Mathis Wright Amy Wu Marian Wulff Carrie Yarger Darlyene Yarian Carol J. Yeoman Stephen C. Yianakopolos Craig R. Yoder James L. York Richard William Young Stanley A. Young Ida Mae Youse Edward G. Ypma and Eleanor S. Ypma Peggy Kathryn Zachman Louis T. Zaczkiewicz Michael W. Zalokar Roger H. Zanes, Jr. Wendy L. Zerface Charles R. Zimont CONTRIBUTORS Arthur Abbatiello Russell Thomas Abney James Acklin III Audrey P. Adams Marshall K. Akers Ilham M. Al-Basri Charles Alcorn James B. Aldrich David R. Aleman Constantine Alexakos Jim Alexander Leslie Allen Alexander Joann M. Allen Jonathan H. Allen Spencer S. Allen Jeffrey Allender Bruce D. Allman Jennifer Alton Beth Anderson Mary S. Anderson Michael S. Anderson Robert Anderson Y. J. Anderson David Andrews Christine Angeli Bruce J. Annett, Jr.

Margaret C. Odeen Michael G. O’Donnell, Jr. Jeffrey R. Ohe Paul E. Olin Barbara Amy Olson Barbara Kelley O’Neil Kerry M. Orrock Elizabeth S. O’Shaughnessy Suzanne Oslos Jon Ott Melody K. Page Lois G. Palmer Jill Parker Parker George Parrott George Burgess Passano Joyce Patterson Albert Pavlikowski Paul L. Pawlowski Don Cary Pearson Maxine B. Pearson Thomas J. Pearson Deborah G. Pendl Anita N. Pennell Janet C. Penz Manjula Perera Christopher E. Perkins Nancy Sears Perry Elizabeth Bach Peters Lisa Peterson Joan Petertil Nancy Ann Peyton James M. Phemister Dian DerOhanian Phillips Marjorie Plociennik Richard P. Poethig Rochelle S. Pogue Gregg S. Pollander Barbara B. Pope Gabe Porras Deanna L. Porte David H. Porter II Irene Porter Robert S. Powell Luann Powers Julie Pratt Marvin Prellberg David Price Marvin E. Priddy Jeanne Marshall Pritchard Margaret Pritchard Daniel J. Pruis Lisa Elliott Pruitt Diane Purnell William F. Radcliff Roberta Lela Ragan John Ragatz Frederick W. Ramsey

Nannette P. Ramsey Marilyn E. Ratcliffe Roy Rauschenberg Lynn Marie Raymond Alice T. Reed John Regan John S. Regan Karen Reid Timothy A. Reiman Dean A. Reinke David S. Replogle John R. Repp Edward A. Reser Charles C. Reynolds Dynthia Sadler Rhoades Judy L. Rhoades Arthur Gardener Rice Rebecca Richardson Virginia J. Richter Judith S. Rickard Julian L. Ridlen Margot H. Riecker Louise H. B. Ries Kenton Riggs C. J. Ringland Janice R. Rittenhouse Paul Robbennolt Bruce Robbins James J. Roberts Nancy B. Roberts Frank B. Robertson Marie Robertson Jerry Robinson Sarah Jane Roehm Sherry D. Rogers Carol H. C. Romeril Michael Rominger Jane L. Roots Lisa Rae Roper Stephanie Rose Gail Rosenfield Sandra Ross Barbara J. Rowlett Jennifer Roy John T. Roy Byron C. Ruble Drummond C. Rucker, Jr. Barbara Sandquist Runyon Jennifer S. Rusie Pedro L. Rustan Marc Ryser Grace Y. Ryu Brian Salerno Linda Samuel Sue Sandblom Jonathan Sargent Maxine Sarver

Patricia Dungan Savage Joseph B. Savery Anthony Savo Skip Sayers Betty L. Sayre John R. Scatterday Charles E. Schaaf Morgan Schafer Brenda Schauwecker Clement H. Scheibelhut Christine P. Schiltz David J. Schipper Mary Ann Schmalz Edward Matthews Schmidt Jon Schmidt Robert G. Schmidt Nancy F. Schmitz Thomas Schmitz Gwendolyn H. Schobinger Frances E. Schoeninger Melinda Schoo Penny Schramm Alison Schueneman Brian S. Schuermann Stephanie Schuetz G. Henry Schuler Fred Schultz Judith Lawton Schwein Gene Scott Stanley R. Scott Charles Scull Ralph L. Sebrell Andrew Sellers Tamara L. Sells David O. Selzer Henry S. Semilota William H. Sethness Philippe Sevin Mona L. Shafer Joye Coy Shaffer J. D. Shakespeare, Jr. Barbara Shapleigh Nancy J. Sharp Susan Shattuck Nini Ewing Shearman Jeanette R. Shedd Wm. Dana Shelby Scott A. Shelton Susan B. Shields Susan Adams Shimer Brenda A. Shinn Julia C. Shippee Harold Shively Henry A. Shorey III Mary S. Showalter William A. Showers Erin Shreiner

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Edward Apfelbach Kyle Applegate Peggy Patterson Applegate Varinia Salazar Arceo Phillip G. Arnold Carolyn S. Arvidson Ken Asbury Rachel Ashcraft Thomas B. Auran R.G. Ayers Franklin J. Bader Rosanne Baehler Linda Baggerman Eva Baham Judd Baker Mary Balding John Balzar Hunter Banbury Terry J. Baranouskas Gary M. Barcus Leonard P. Barker Joshua Barlage Josh Barney Arthur D. Barondes Elizabeth L. Barritt John C. Barrow John Barry Melissa Albano Barth Kelly McDowell Barton Pauline Barta Bates Robert L. Baughman Steven B. Bauman Richard F. Bayer Keith R. Beach Mary Ruth Tyler Beaman Kathryn A. Beard Linda L. Beaty Robert Becht Ethyl C. Beck William Beau Beck R. David Becker Richard H. Beckett Kenneth R. Beers Nancy Beesley Marcella A. Beeson Carolyn Clapp Behrendt James E. Bell Colin Benedict Ruth Benedict Jason Benge Laurie Ann Bennett William A. Bennett Allen Merrill Benson Dayle Benson Steve Berg Ken Berge Bill Berger Louis R. Berger Ron Best William E. Bible Frank Bickford Joseph M. Bicknell Joanne Whitecotten Biggs Jon Billman Richard I. Bingham Christa P. Bird Ron Bishop Geoffrey Black R. B. Black Gordon F. Blackert Jeffrey S. Blackwell Donald L. Blamberg Lucie Blanchard Scott Blanford Robert E. Blatz, Jr. Melinda Block Robert A. Blue Karen L. Bluhm Martha L. Bock Peter D. Bodnar III Ralph F. Bogardus Dennis B. Bolt Doug Booher Ryan L. Borden Barrie Borger Erin Canfield Bossnack Jason A. Bourg Cynthia Reiley Boyd Marilyn Denise Boyer Clifford D. Bradford David W. Branding James P. Branstetter Linda M. Breger Christina Breithaupt Joseph R. Brennan Brett L. Brewer David Lawrence Brewer Heather McDermit Brewster and Robert C. Brewster Walter C. Bridgewater Marc J. Brinker Nathaniel C. Brinn Rudolph Brody Gary Brotze Billie J. Brown Dair Brown David Robert Brown Janice L. Brown Joline M. Brown Kathy Peters Brown Mary C. Brown Thomas R. Brown Franklin Gilbert Browne Mary E. Browne Barton W. Browning Max F. Brumfield Jack O. Brunjes Vanessa Buch James M. Buchanan Rebecca Buehler Rodney D. Bullard Penn James Bullock Charles W. Burchard David C. Burgener James Burgess Raymonda L. Burgman Lourdes M. Buringrud Shari Burke George Gerald Cailor W. Waller Caldwell Benjamin C. Calwell Bruce Cameron Jamie Campbell Kari Campbell Ralph B. Campbell Shirley L. Campbell Christopher B. Campise Eric S. Caponi Lynda G. Kurfirst Carlino James J. Carlson John Carlson Jon Gordon Carlson David K. Carlton George Carpenter Teresa Ruppert Carr Martha S. Carriger Jeff Carroll Donald L. Carson Tim Carstens Brian R. Carter Elizabeth Cassady Stephanie L. Cassidy Joseph K. Catron Suresh Chandra Kim Chaney-Bay Walter David Charen Kathryn Chesterfield Kathleen L. Chlebik Richard E. Church, Jr. Angela S. Clark Janna Clark Jeffrey S. Clark Nathan A. Clark Gordon A. Clarke Michael M. Clarke Arthur C. Cleland Catherine Clift Scott W. Clippinger Michael Cloonan Kennan J. Cluskey Linda Clute Jo Ann B. Cly Rob Coates Greg Cochran Joseph D. Coffey Wayne I. Coil Lucius Cole Richard Connor Georgianna Cook Dawn E. Cooper Sandra D. Corbin Kathlyn Cox Mary Cox Steven P. Crantz J. Rebecca Crocker C. D. Cronau Sharyn Marie Crossman Jeff Crump Judy Bartlett Cryer Suzanne E. Cserep Ellen D. Cunha Randal E. Curnutt Neil William Currie Adam W. Custer Irwin H. Cutler, Jr. Mary Stone Dale David M. Dalton Michael Daly Kyle James Danforth Jonathan J. Danz Daniel R. Daugherty James E. Daugherty Stephen F. Davie Rick D. Davies Wayne D. Davies Anna H. Davis David R. Davis John H. Davis Joseph A. Davis Keith E. Davis Ronald M. Davis Harry H. Dawson Anna H. De Armond Claudia Alejandra de León Susan Shrigley Dearmond Kenneth DeHahn Dennis Delnagro Andrew J. Delp Rodney Deprey E. Thomas Dewey Kenneth R. Diddie Joseph Richard Dierkes John P. Dietel Brian Dille Louise A. Dillingham V. L. Dillon Ken Dodson Mary K. Dodson Alice Feeney Doherty John R. Dolan Jane G. Donk Suzanne N. Donnelly Gary Dean Doolen Todd A. Dooley Annette Bush Doolittle Robert Kenneth Doty Arthur Kirk Doubet Judith Ryan Down Howard Gaston Downing, Jr. Dale M. Drafall Rich Dredge Elaine S. Drew Harvey Drucker James R. Drum Karleen L. Dude Jeffrey Paul Dugdale Wilma J. Dulin Angela Ohmer Dunaway James W. Duncan Albert W. Dungan Terry Dunkle Sheri Ann Dunlavy James R. Dunnichay Judith T. Durham Denise Dwyer Gudrun Dybdal Jay Dykstra Steven A. Early Jonathan James Ebbing Deborah J. Eberle Martha E. Eckelman Janet Factor Elble Jo Ann Kramer Eloe Dennis Elpers Kenneth Emerson Todd R. Emoff David J. Engel Michael Francis Engel Rodney England Jim Ensley James Enzor Elisabeth Ephraim Joseph P. Erb John Erickson Sally Slater Erickson Shannon Ericson Lawrence Ernst Herbert Evanger R. L. Evarts Megan E. Fahey Susan Fairchild Thomas R. Fannin Susan Stern Farber Scott Farman Joseph T. Farone Julie Farquhar Robert Fasig Valerie Fedor Dan Fedorowicz D. Christian Fenske George Joseph Ferencz Anthony F. Fermann Jerry L. Ferrell Robert N. Ferriss Barbara B. Field Charles Fike Joanne S. Filer Daniel T. Finch Matt Fine Arline Fink Trudie R. Fink Harold W. Fischbeck Michael M. J. Fischer William Fischer Christine Beno Fisher Brent Flanigan Jacqueline A. Foddrill Dennis G. Fogarty Steven J. Foley Lissa June Foote Walter R. Forbes Lee Roy Ford III Mindy F. Ford Joan B. Forney Frank E. Forsythe Gerald Foster Terry N. Foster Christine L. Fotsch Marianna C. Fox Randall L. Frank Arlene Eader Frash Ronald E. Freedlund Timothy L. French Eric Frey David Friedlander David T. Fritts Bettye Samples Fritz Frederic Fritz Joanne Ruebush Frohne Larry J. Frye Kirsten Fryer Deborah L. Fuller Mary C. Fulton Thomas M. Gamble Patricia Gammel Brian J. Ganan Claudia Trout Gard Sharon Lynn Garrett Sandra Garriott-Stejskal Janice Garry Donna Marie Gastineau John T. Gaunt J. Christy Gauss George B. Gavit Stanley Geel Matthew J. George Andrew D. Gephardt Mary Ellen Germanotta Ronald D. Getz John C. Gevaert Donald Craig Gilbert Jay Gilbert David Gilmore Robert Girton Catherine Glidden Wendy S. Glisson Steven Gloe Eugene Gloria and Karen P. Singson Lois F. Goetz Jenny L. Goodell Malcolm L. Goodman Dean Gore Rob Gorman Robert B. Gosline, Jr. Cutee Gostley Judy Gough John Gow Christopher Grable Betty S. Grantham William G. Grashorn John W. Graub John F. Gray Patrick Gray James L. Green Martha Shin Green Warren Greene Vicki K. Greenfield Kevin T. Greenwell Denise D. Greer Lane E. Greever Jon D. Greger Katy Gregg Greg Grice Keith Griffin William A. Griffith Ronald Ray Grimes Thomas A. Grobengieser Elizabeth T. Groebe Jeff Groeling Martha Gauchat Groenke Eric R. Groenweghe Arleen Gruber Tracy A. Grunden Rob Guebard Andrew P. Guerrera Skip Gundrum Norm Gwaltney John W. Hackett Jill P. Hadley Mark G. Hall Michael A. Hall Richard A. Hall William L. Hall David L. Halteman Stephen A. Hammond David Hancock Darrell G. Handrich and Jean Handrich Cole Hanson Timothy M. Hanson Joel R. Harbaugh Jason Talmage Harbert Ruth Hardin Heather Hare N. Thomas Harkins Brent Harlan Karin Harmon Richard D. Harp Carla A. Harris Christopher Harris Harvey Harris David C. Harrison Janet Harrold Marijo R. Hartman Ian Michael Hartnett Alicia Hartsock Greg P. Harvey Arnold Haskell Jeanne Marie Haupert Michael James Havey Eugene A. Hawkins John T. Haworth George D. Hawthorne Julia Anne Hayden Christopher M. Hayes John Christopher Haywood Wade N. Hazel and Tavia S. Pigg Lester L. Hearson Jane Heaton Lee Heckman Jeff A. Hegg Ray F. Heiden Carl Christian Hein III George Heipler H. T. Heitzenrater Patricia Hensley John Samuel Herin Virginia V. Herrick Edward E. Herrmann Jeremy L. Herrmann Gary E. Hess Robert M. Hewett and Sara D. Hewett Nicholas S. Heyniger Raymond Hill J. Mark Hilligoss Mary Ann Hillstrom Matthew Himsel Valerie Thompson Hinkle Frederick G. Hinshelwood Tonya J. Hittner Abby M. Hodges Rudolph Hoeltzel Eugene Hoffman William F. Hofmann Michael Hogan Gary M. Hoke Jennifer Hoke Douglas Hollar Gerald K. Holth Michael D. Holton Tom Holton and Terry Holton John Holy James M. Homme Sean Hopkins Warren P. Hopkins Gerald H. Hopp II Shawn Ann Hornaday N. Jean Horner Shirley Horning Dennis Hornocker Robert E. House

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Mary M. Howell Robert E. Hudelson Bill L. Hudgens Rhonda Hudson Esther S. Huffman K. Keith Huffmann Christopher A. Hughes James R. Hulbert Jamie B. Humphreys Jason Hunt Raymond L. Hurst Lorene Huston Sandra K. Hutchison Brian Hutson Harry N. Huxhold Robert Hyde Bruce C. Ianni David L. Ingram Oscar A. Iseri Brendon Ishikawa Joyce M. Isler Anthony B. Jacklin Dean D. Jackman Barry B. Jackson Dean C. Jackson Webster P. Jackson William C. Jackson John H. Jacobs, Jr. Sheryl Lou King Jacobs Brett R. Jacobson Michael A. Jacques Richard J. Jakupco Paul Jamison Dennis W. Jeffers Robert J. Jeffers John Jenkins Sean Jenkins James Knolle Jensen Virginia Jeronimus Kati Johanson Carrie Johnson Douglas Johnson James W. Johnson Peter A. Johnson Philip C. Johnson Rebecca D. Johnson Thomas Alan Johnson A. David Jones Kathryn D. Jones Michael A. Jones Suzanne Jones dec Suzy Jones Michael S. Jordan Steven C. Juneau Barbara W. Kacmar William F. Kalbas Ivan Kalman Andrew Karth William Kasch and Sonnie Kasch Yusaku Kawai Kenneth Kazmar Richard C. Keating Lauren Ann Keeler Lester H. Keepper III Edith M. Keiley Bletcher Patricia O. Keith Shawn D. Keith Denis Kelly Diane McCullough Kelly J. Michael Kelsey Janet E. Kendall Charles Miller Kenerley Thomas M. Kennedy Kelley Kepchar Paul E. Kepner Keith Kimble Kimberly Kinder Charles King Harold W. King Ellen Kipley Richard F. Kiser Jeffrey R. Kistler John Klak Peter C. Klei Ken Klein Jeffrey A. Kleinlein Blythe Kleinschmidt Roger L. Kleist Elizabeth Dorsey Klipsch Kevin V. Klose Dave Knauer Dennis M. Knuth Chris Knutson Michael Koerner Mary P. Kolb Thomas Kool Melodee L. Kopa Marie L. Kosewicz Gloria B. Kracke Ken L. Kraus Matthew W. Kraus K. Bryant Krauss Don Kretchman Susan Linton Kries Tracey Horth Krueger Jim Kruger Graem Kubin Kwenton K. Kuhlman Nelida Kuhlmann John R. Kuka Jack D. LaBolt Rufus LaRue Lester Marc LaVine Thomas A. Lacey Mark Anthony Lane II Dalene M. Lanum Anne Lapham Lynn Lohre Larson Ronald Dale Larson Rudolph A. Larson John M. Lathrop Margaret Laury Paul J. Lawrence Gee Lawton Peter J. Lee Anita Palmer Lehman Erin Lehmann Terry A. Lehmann Paul Eastham Lehner Mary Ellen Leidy Mark R. Leighton Robert A. Leighton Eugene Leman Larry D. Lemen Carol A. Lenhart Kristin M. Lentz Maggie Fuchs Leonard Betty A. Leslie John K. Levick Mary Catherine Levings Michael P. Lewis Nanette Draper Lewis Richard C. Lewis Richard T. Lewis William R. Liberty Margaret Ann Cook Liebig Penelope Christine Liechty Norman D. Light William M. Lindstrom and Julie Ann Lindstrom Marlene Linkow Peter W. Lisi Richard O. Loeser Kristi Lohmeyer John A. Long Nicholas J. Long Krista Renae Lord Jay A. Lowe Patricia Leggett Lubman Faye S. Lumpkin Kristine Preston Lund Linda Lyle Charlotte Lynch Maria Shulz Lynch Carla Ann Mabry Kara Mac Gregor Earl R. Macam and Gwen Tohill-Macam John L. MacDonald Robert Macdonald Peter Machen Denis J. Macura John W. Magura, Jr. David F. Mahoney Erin Mahoney Erin Allyse Mahoney Marian Daugherty Malott Fern M. Manning Ellen March Armen Mardiguian Alan Mark Carlos A. Martin E. E. Martin Matt G. Martin Nan Louise Martin Kathleen Martinov Sharon Lee Mason Roland Massa David Massello Chris Massey William A. Mast Brandon R. Masterson Joanne Dutcher Maxwell William Mayberry Susie H. McAllister Donald E. McCabe Wanda I. McCamy Mary Erin McCann Brian R. McCardel Alma C. McCarty Lawrence McCory Elizabeth Lowe McCoy Craig McCroskey Thomas G. McCunniff Donna A. McDermit Armon L. McDowell Thomas P. McFadden Earl R. McGimpsey James E. McGovern Nancy McIntosh William J. McIntosh Nicole McKelvey Kevin McKone Daniel J. McLaughlin Robert K. McMain George H. McMaster Thomas C. McNab Daniel B. McTurnan Michael Meade Wayne P. Meider M. K. Melton Brian C. Meneghin Robert F. Merritt H. Edward Mertz, Jr. Virginia A. Metzger Marohn Arlan R. Meyer Kay R. Meyer Marilyn Reinholtz Meyer Demetri Michaelides William A. Miles David Ray Miller Eric Stone Miller Jennifer A. Miller Ross Miller Sheila Hart Miller Donald L. Mills Alfred D. Milteer Stephen T. Minihan Johnny Mireb Barbara Mock Patricia D. Moehle Lawrence P. Monahan Julie Montgomery Christine K. Moon John M. Moore Judith W. Moore Allen Moorman Lance M. More Robert A. Morehead Ronald F. Morgan Lynne L. Morris Mochel Morris Todd J. Morris Alexander Morrow Kimberly J. Morrow Linda Morse Randall S. Moser Helene S. Moses Mark Mosley Alexander L. Mounts Sonja L. Mow William D. Mowery Gary A. Mrugacz Patricia Muncie Peggy L. Munson A. Douglas Murch Christopher J. Murphy Linda Murphy Matthew L. Murray Paul Murray Stephanie Murray Vincent Murray Richard D. Mutarelli George H. Myers Melinda W. Myers Sarah M. Myers Del G. Nagy Dennis Nash Jorge O. Nava John T. Needham Kristine S. Neff Bobby Nelson Raymond V. Nelson Kathrine Nero Nero Carolyn Jacobson Neustadt Connie J. Newcomb Stephanie Nichols Frederick Morris Niehaus Amy F. Noecker Kevin E. Noll Megan Noonan Jasper E. Norman Christine A. Northcutt Franklin John Nosek Thomas Novak Kendall Lea Noyes Jonathan Kemp Nugent Joseph C. Oakley Terry O’Brien Christopher O’Connell Charles O’Connor Larry Odar Diane T. Odell Shawn S. Odle David E. Oelke William N. Oliver Donald R. Olson Maureen L. Olson Brooks O’Neil Bradley J. Orlosky dec Robert J. Osborn Martha Osburn Edward M. Oslawski Ruth Anna Osterhage Doug Oswald Dorothy Jane Oswalt Kevin O’Toole Heather P. Owen Sean P. Owens Timothy E. Owens Ralph William Pack James Padgett Ward J. Paine Rosemary Edwards Paladino Thomas K. Pantzer Edward C. Papenfuse, Jr. Daniel Papero Stephen J. Paquin Gus E. Paris Philip T. Parker Sue Partner Ashley Jamison Patton Robert Boyd Patton, Jr. Donna Pauley Cindy Snowden Payne Mara A. Pearson Margaret A. Peck James E. Peiffer Malcolm Penman Michel A. Perez Kenneth V. Perkins and Leola H. Perkins Samuel J. Perna J. Michael Perry Dwight Robert Peters Daniel J. Pfeifer and Lisa Noel Pfeifer Steve Pfeifer Felicia Pharr Julie R. Phelps Alfred B. Phillips III Paul C. Pickert Michael G. Pierce William Edward Pike and Brooke A. Pike Kenneth J. Piller Michael A. Podgorski Jerry L. Poe John Pollalis Morton Pomeranz Charles D. Porter Robert T. Porter Kathryn Ellis Price Patrick D. Pringle Barbara Jane Pritchard Barbara J. Proctor Darcy Prosser Louis Przetak Kristen P. Puckett Carrie E. Purgason Philip M. Puterbaugh Marie D. Quattrocchi Sean P. Quinn Chad Raben Joshua Rabuck Alejandro Radilla Steve Rakow E. Blaine Ramsey Matthew H. Ranft Ren A. Rapp John C. Rauch Catherine Ray Eldon B. Ray Karen Ray David K. Records Richard R. Redington Thomas F. Reed Erin K. Reeder Bill Reeves Bonnie Rehnquist Robert S. Reich Alan Reichart Terry Reincke Theodore Reissing John F. Rentsch Loren Rex David C. Reynolds Michelle Louise Rhodes Bette J. Rice Robert P. Richter Sheilia Kaye Ricks Jim S. Ridings Allison Rink Franklin G. Rinker Ann T. Robb James B. Roberts Eleanor M. Robertson Marjorie Robinson Neill Rodman Raul I. Rodriguez Wayne Rogers Alfred H. Rohol III John Ross Rootes Mary Beth Rosati Peter R. Rosenberger Ellen Rae Rosevear-Lesch Bridget Rosko Sean D. Rotermund Linda S. Rothermel Greg Rowe Evan Rubin Wolfgang Rubsam Larry J. Rudy Ralph Rugan, Jr. Valerie Rupich Richard A. Rusie William E. Russner Robert L. Ryan Steve Ryan Steven M. Ryba Charles A. Rylander Hee Ju Ryu Piper Patrick Sacor Edgar V. Safrit, Jr. Alberta L. Sailors Natasha Salyers Robert D. Sampson Kim Sanborn Santiago Sanchez John Sanders June Sanks Irwin G. Sarason Jourdan W. Sarpy, Sr. Dave G. Sasenbery Sharon L. Sauceda Margaret O. Saunders Charles A. Sauter Shirley E. Sawyer Richard E. Schabel Albert L. Schaberg Stephen Schaller Ralph Scheffers Rita S. Schilling Larry Schlawin Elaine Schlegel Brian Jay Schmeltz John Schmidlin Toni C. Schmidt Terry Schmitt E. R. Schnackenberg Nancy W. Schneider Sarah G. Schneider Janice M. Schnorr Richard W. Scholtes John Schroeder Sharon K. Schroeder Lesley Mellis Schuldt Bonnie Schulze Max Schwandt Maureen I. Schwendener Gregory L. Schwipps and Alissa D. Schwipps John A. Scircle Agnes Scott William B. Scruggs III Sandra L. Seale Rachel M. Sears Ronald D. Sego Lois G. Seiler Michael J. Selsley Leah E. Senese Paul A. Shaffer Kelly Shannon David Ward Shantz Penny D. Sheahan

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Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Richard A. Sheehan Carrie B. Sheets John A. Sheets, Jr. Sylvia Sheldon Thomas E. Shelt Richard Shemansky Barry Shemela Susan Woods Shepherd Susan B. Shewalter Diane Shirley Johnny R. Shockley Joan Shoptaugh Maureen K. Silkworth Patricia L. Simmons Carolyn Lucy Trembly Simon Kenneth J. Simon Scott Simpson Martin R. Sinnott Dennis D. Sipe Kenneth T. Skodinski Barbara Slabe-Mehmel Gracia Walker Slater Craig Smart Betsy Smith Christine Kokernak Smith Christopher Smith Daniel Smith K. E. Smith Matthew L. Smith Patricia A. Smith Robert H. Smith Ronald R. Smith and Carol Hoopengarner Smith Russell L. Smith Sean C. Smyth Edgar M. Sneed Warren B. Sneed Elinor Snow Margaret Dellere Snow Donna R. Snyder Edward L. Soelter Lewis Sorley Amy Y. Spears Rachel E. Speckman Mary Ellen Spoerl Susan P. Springer Matthew Sprowls Pamela R. Stafford Bryan K. Stainfield Carole Jeanne Stair C. E. Stanbery William J. Stanchina, Jr. Keith B. Stanford Jerold J. Stanley Robert B. Stauber, Jr. Catherine Steadman Sandrea Pavlik Stearns Joan C. Steele Mildred R. Steele Thomas T. Stein Robert L. Steinmeier Mark Stephens Carolyn S. Stevens Stanford Stevens Nick Stewart Nancy Joan Stickler Leroy R. Stipe Paul R. Stockbridge Lenett Stoeckel Helen W. Stokes John C. Stoltz, Jr. Jim Stone David G. Stork and Nancy Porter Stork Blanche B. Stout Ronelle Lynn Stover Michael J. Strack Leslie Stratton Ruth Lenhard Stross George Franklin Strutt, Jr. John Sturgeon Laura Stutz Tom Sullivan G. Brian Summerfield Caleb M. Sutton Robert Swanson Brendan Sweeney Elizabeth Swift William Ray Swift Peggy L. Swihart Kaspar L. Sykes A. Eugene Taber Drew C. Takaichi Dale Orr Taylor Geraldine Taylor Harry A. Taylor Jennifer J. Taylor Jim Taylor Karen M. Taylor Ronald K. Taylor John J. Teach Edwin D. Teegardin Janice M. Teeter Barbara Tennery Anne Webb Thayer Roger Lee Thews, Jr. Robert L. Thibodeau Paula L. Thoennes Daniel P. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. John J. Thomas Leigh Foster Thomas Don Thompson Elizabeth Ann Thompson Eric Thompson Norman F. Thompson Peter Thompson Sarah Thompson Stanley J. Thompson, Jr. Thomas C. Thornberry Ted Thornton M. A. Tidrick David E. Tisdale Patricia Toms Deborah Kaurich Tongren Douglas R. Toohey Robert F. Tow Samuel J. Trout Susanne Trubey Donald B. Trudell Adam Truelove Elizabeth S. Truelove Donald L. Tryon James D. Turner Lee D. Ulrey James M. Underwood, Jr. John P. Underwood Thomas A. Vaclavek Ruth Vale Rosie Vanderglas Stephanie Hanka Vandover Rick Vavul Gloria Vear Robert M. Veatch Barbara Feroe Vietzke Lisa Vitale Caren A. Vitell Clifford M. Vogt Reinhold von Gunten Ed Voorhees Kathy Wade Steven F. Wagester Bobbie B. Wagner Michael L. Walker W. Dean Walker Christina Wall Ruth Waltz Kathy Lee Warble Charles L. Ward G. Alan Ward Stephen Rosborough Ward Mary Spadafora Ware Paul Washburn W. Alvin Watson Derelle Watson-Duvall Paul R. Weakley Bernice E. Weatherholt David Fradd Webster Kathryn Joel Weibel James Weingartner Phillip Weisberger Jere G. Weliver George Dale Weller David W. Welty Charles D. Wemhoff Wm. James Wendling Nicholas A. Werne Susan M. Werner Paul E. West Edgar James Whatley James C. Wheat III Amelia C. Whitcomb Brian Whitmore Frank M. Whitney Robert William Whitt Richard John Wichlei Dick Widmer Thomas Alan Wilhelmus Linda Wilkinson Charles R. Williams David L. Williams Jacqueline L. Williams Jesse Warren Williams Kenneth L. Williams Muriel B. Williams Kimberly Willis Dan L. Wilson David B. Wilson Frank Wilson Susan R. Wilson Warren C. Winkler Diana C. Winterhalter Anthony C. Wirt Dorothy Lee Witwer Richard Wold Erik Wolfe Marian B. Wolfe Patricia J. Wolk Richard T. Wood William L. Wood Horace S. Woodland Cy Woodrome Sheri Conley Woodruff Jim Woodward Warren F. Woodward John W. Wright Patricia A. Yarling Virginia K. Yoder Penny Dalton Yohey Richard D. York Arthur L. Young Christopher M. Young Nancy Heimert Zabka Lawrence P. Zablock Felicia Zakem Merle Robert Zeschke Bryan J. Zukowski GIFTS IN HONOR OF Gwen Bottoms Robert G. Bottoms Clinton B. Gass Stephen K. Gauly David W. Givens Barbara J. Steinson GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Donald J. Cook Harlow G. Farmer Mary Rogers Field Felix E. Goodson Joseph R. Hurt Michael D. Johnson Fred N. Nelson Clifton J. Phillips John A. Ricketts Finbar Thym Ryan Vincent A. Serpa Kathryn G. Sweet SPECIAL GIFTS Neal B. Abraham and Donna L. Wiley Anonymous Charles W. Battey Katherine Lind Bergethon Emmylou Bollinger Howard L. Brooks and Marilyn Brooks David H. Burkett and Winifred Burkett Dane S. Burkhart and Ann M. Lemon Jane L. Emison Henry R. Glick and Joyce E. Dolan John S. Hoyt, Jr. Nancy A. Huber Susan Comerford Jacobs Richard C. Kingsland and Alice Lemon Frederick G. Krauss James J. Lemon John E. Morrill Thomas Russell Mote and Deanna Thibodeau Bruce S. Nicholas Cheryl Porter Mark R. Stevens H. Blair White OTHER GIFTS Betsy Adams Jerrolyn T. Allen John R. Anderson and Bertha Anderson Lance B. Anderson and Melissa R. Anderson Henry W. Angsten Alan Baker and Mamie Baker Bruce W. Baker and Kelli J. Baker David R. Baker and P. Maureen McDonald Mary Ann Baker Jane S. Baylor James Harvy Belt Wilson J. Besant and Barbara Besant Cushman B. Bissell, Jr. and Judith R. Bissell Craig Black and Ann E. Black Barry Bolton and Janet Renfrow Bolton Matthew T. Bowen J. D. Bowman C. Harvey Bradley, Jr. and Mary J. Bradley Jane Burkett Joshua Burkett Richard Burkett and Nancy A. Coffin Anthony W. Byers and Jacqueline A. Byers Jane E. Carlstrom Elvira Cavallari Fred C. Chandler and Jane B. Chandler Damon M. Chappell Margaret R. Coladarci Harry G. Comerford and Noreen K. Comerford William S. Corak and Hilda I. Corak David J. Creagan, Jr. and Benita Creagan Charles J. Davidson and Jean T. Davidson Alex DeBartolo and Wilma DeBartolo Craig H. Denecke Andrew Dickson and Lorie R. Dickson Edward Lee Doemland Joann F. Doering Marjorie Dollard Julia M. Dowdle Karen T. Dunlevey Robert C. Erzinger and Marijo D. Erzinger Rosamarie Faraone Robert A. Farmer and Jean H. Farmer Audrey H. Fitzgerald Kenneth Gaile and Marjorie S. Gaile Marvin B. Gillis and Helen R. Gillis Charles F. Gladding and Susan M. Gladding Bridget L. Gourley H. Tom Griffith and Joann B. Griffith Dolores L. Guild Christopher Hagenow and Laura Catherine Hagenow Cecilia G. Hansen Irene M. Hinkamp David H. Hoffmann and Jerrilyn M. Hoffmann Walter V. Holt and Elizabeth R. Holt Barbara H. Howard Robert L. Hulseman and Sheila M. Hulseman Eileen Hurley J. Richard Hurley and Sherry B. Hurley Marlin Husted and Nancy E. Husted L. G. Jacobs and Esther Jacobs James R. Jennings Tyson C. Kackley and Genevieve T. Burkett William K. Kellogg III Gary Kinsel and Mary Kinsel Joanne Kissinger Rick Knopf and Susan Knopf Kenneth D. Kostel Ruth Latimer William L. Lederer and Noel K. Lederer Melvin Leffler and Dorothy H. Leffler Thomas R. Lugar and Sarah S. Lugar Thomas D. Mantel and Flo Mary Mantel Mary Elizabeth Martin Kathleen Marx Robert C. Matsch John McBride and Mary Anne McBride Howard F. Mease and Virginia F. Mease Jack L. Melamed and Marcia Melamed Joanne Meyer Marilyn D. Mints Alfred F. Miossi Phillip Mosbaugh Nick Mourouzis and Marilyn Mourouzis Alice B. Norair Thomas L. Nowak and Marlene Nowak William J. Ogden Joseph M. Piazza and Julie A. Piazza Robert D. Pickett and Genevieve Pickett Stafford W. Pile and Clara B. Pile George W. Puetz and Patricia A. Puetz Paul Pupkiewicz and Cheryl Pupkiewicz Louis G. Ragusi and Lidia Ragusi Jean R. Reynolds Timothy Roberts and Caitlin Newberry Cameron S. Rogatsios John C. Rogers and Virginia A. Rogers Thomas M. Rogers and Karen R. Rogers Gerald H. Rosen and Sarah L. Rosen Myron E. Rubnitz and Susan B. Rubnitz Michael P. Ryan and Sandra M. Ryan Jean Sampson Richard D. Saunders and Elizabeth K. Saunders David Seeger and Theresann Seeger Bernard F. Sergesketter and Mary H. Sergesketter Wilda Jones Shafer Charles H. Shaw and Beverly E. Shaw R. G. Shuma and Nancy R. Shuma Richard D. Sievert Sandra L. Simon W. Ronald Sims and Greta H. Sims Betty Smith Susan E. Sottong Edward J. Spiegel Robert A. Subkowsky and Elizabeth Subkowsky Marianne M. Sweeney L. Gene Tanner Charles J. Thiel and Emmaline Thiel E. J. Urbas Richard H. Vlerick and Charlotte W. Vlerick Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Vore Robert S. Walsh and Marion W. Walsh Richard H. Watson and Constance P. Watson Letitia A. Wheeler Jeff S. Wills and Louise A. Wills William J. Witte Vincent C. Yager LEGACY GIFTS Bernice S. Hawkins dec Bruce S. Nicholas Evans McWhirter Rust and Roberta Rust

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Corporations, Foundations and Organizations
Our gratitude goes to the following corporations, foundations and organizations whose employees participate in their matching gift programs. Gifts from 498 individuals qualified for matching gifts from their businesses or other organizations. These individual gifts, in turn, generated an additional $335,455 for DePauw University. Matching gifts comprise a vital portion of the Annual Fund.
Matching Gifts of $25,000 or more Lilly Endowment Inc. Matching Gifts of $10,000 or more Bank of America GE Foundation Goldman, Sachs & Co. Eli Lilly and Company Lumina Foundation for Education Matching Gifts of $5,000 or more Ameriprise Financial Dentistry Today, Inc. Duke Energy Foundation IBM Corporation One America The David and Lucile Packard Foundation Philip Morris, U.S.A. RJR Nabisco Foundation R. J. Reynolds International Business Group SunTrust Bank, Atlanta Verizon Foundation Matching Gifts of $1,000 or more Abbott Laboratories Fund Accenture Foundation, Inc. Aetna Foundation, Inc. Alcoa Foundation American Express Foundation American International Group AstraZeneca Baird Foundation, Inc. Ball Corporation Bemis Company Foundation Boeing Company Bridgestone/Firestone, Inc. Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Chesapeake Corporation Foundation Conagra Foods Foundation, Inc. Corning Incorporated Foundation Deloitte Foundation Dow Chemical Company Foundation Dow Jones & Company Inc. ExxonMobil Foundation Federated Department Stores General Motors Corp. HSBC North America Harris Bank Foundation Hewitt Associates IMS Health Illinois Tool Works Foundation Johnson & Johnson KeyCorp Lincoln Financial Group Foundation Marathon Oil Company Foundation Marsh & McLennan Meredith Corporation Foundation Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation MetLife Foundation Morgan Stanley Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corp. National City Bank New York Life Foundation Northern Trust Company Occidental Petroleum Corp. Pearson Education J. C. Penney Company Pepsico Foundation Inc. Pernod Ricard USA Pfizer Foundation Prudential Foundation SBC Foundation Schering-Plough Foundation Sherwin-Williams Foundation South Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church State Farm Companies Foundation State Street Corporation Swiss Re American Teleflex Foundation Unitrin, Inc. Wachovia Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Xerox Foundation Other Matching Gifts 3M Foundation, Inc. ABN-AMRO AXA (Equitable) Agilent Technologies Foundation Alcan Aluminum The Allstate Foundation Amgen Foundation Staff Credit Card Donation Anheuser-Busch Foundation Aon Foundation Ashland Inc. Foundation BP Amoco Foundation BWXT Y-12 Babson Capital Management LLC C. R. Bard, Inc. Becton, Dickinson Foundation Belden Inc. Burlington Northern Santa Fe Leo Burnett Company CIK Enterprises CITGO Petroleum Corporation CNA Foundation CNF Transportation Inc. Campbell Soup Foundation Capital Group, Inc. Caterpillar Foundation ChevronTexaco Ciba Specialty Chemicals Foundations Cincinnati Bell Cinergy Foundation, Inc. Circuit City Foundation Colgate Palmolive Co. Comerica Incorporated ConocoPhillips Countrywide Delta Air Lines Dow Corning Corporation Energen Corporation Exelon Fidelity Investments Fifth Third Bancorp Ford Motor Company Fuji Hunt Photographic Chemicals, Inc. GEICO Companies GMAC - RFC General Mills Foundation GlaxoSmithKline Foundation W.W. Grainger Inc. Guardian Life Insurance Co. Guidant Corporation Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc. Home Depot ING Foundation Intel Foundation Intuit Foundation Jefferies & Company, Inc. Juniper Networks’ Company Kennecott Utah Copper Corp. Kimberly-Clark Foundation Kraft Foods Inc. Laclede Gas Company Lexmark International Inc. Lockheed Martin MassMutual Financial Group McDonald’s Corporation McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. McMaster Carr Supply Company Mellon Bank N.A. Merck Company Foundation Microsoft Corporation Monsanto Fund J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation New York Times Company Foundation Novartis Pharmaceuticals PNC Bank Foundation PPG Industries Foundation Pharmacia Foundation, Inc. Post-Newsweek Stations Principal Financial Group Foundation RealNetworks Foundation SC Johnson Fund, Inc. Safeco Insurance Sara Lee Foundation The Charles Schwab Corp. Foundation Science Applications International Corporation Scripps-Howard Foundation Shell Oil Company Foundation Sit Investment Associates Foundation Sprint Foundation Steelcase Foundation Tenet Healthcare Corp. Texas Instruments Foundation USG Foundation Inc. Unilever United States, Inc. United Technologies Corp. Wellpoint Foundation John Wiley and Sons, Inc. Wisconsin Energy Corp. Wyeth Xcel Energy Foundation

MATCHING GIFTS

Corporations, foundations and organizations have traditionally been key supporters of education in America, particularly higher education. DePauw is proud to acknowledge the following corporations, foundations and organizations that have expressed their belief in the mission of DePauw University through their financial support.
Direct Gifts of $1,000,000 or more The Chicago Community Foundation Lilly Endowment Inc. Direct Gifts of $500,000 or more Ayco Charitable Foundation Direct Gifts of $100,000 or more AMG Charitable Gift Foundation Arthur Vining Davis Foundations Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Judson C. Green Charitable Lead Trust Ubben Lead Trust Wachovia Securities, LLC Welch Packaging Group Direct Gifts of $25,000 or more Ball Brothers Foundation Butler Family Foundation Chicago Community Trust Duke Energy Foundation GE Foundation Greater Kansas City Community Foundation Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Inc. Hillswood Foundation Huizenga Foundation Independent Colleges of Indiana Foundation Otto F. & Jenny H. Krauss Charitable Foundation Lumina Foundation for Education Todd S. Nicholson 2002 Charitable Lead Trust North Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church Northern Trust Company South Indiana Conference of the United Methodist Church Swisher Foundation Steven L. Trulaske, Sr. Family Foundation United Way of Northwest Michigan Vanguard Charitable Endowment Western Petroleum Company Direct Gifts of $10,000 or more Bartlett Family Foundation Claude and Marilyn Boles Foundation Inc. Burleigh Family Foundation Cornpauw Foundation, Ltd. The Davee Foundation Flex-Pac, Inc. John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation Miller Family Foundation Procter & Gamble Fund Research Corporation Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Louis and Nellie Sieg Foundation Stephenson Family Foundation Walker Family Foundation Samuel L. Westerman Foundation Wohlers Foundation Direct Gifts of $5,000 or more Alliance Coal, LLC Broadhurst Foundation Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Community Foundation of Jackson County Frank and Gertrude Dunlap Foundation Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund Howell Paving Inc. The Mazanec Foundation National City Bank Ossian Smoked Meats Corp. Karl Prindle Charitable Lead Trust Rice Family Foundation Richland Summit Charitable Foundation The Alvin J. Rockwell Charitable Trust Eugene C. and Gail V. Sit Foundation TowerBrook Capital Partners United Student Aid Funds, Inc. Direct Gifts of $1,000 or more ARJCO Foundation Anthony Family Foundation The Stanley H. Byram Trust R. and M. Clark Family Foundation Community Foundation of Louisville Cornelius Family Foundation Dayton Foundation Depository Dealer Tire Delta Chi Educational Foundation Earlham College J. H. Fletcher & Co. Lee G. Hall Foundation Horizons Foundation

DIRECT GIFTS

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Kinder Morgan Foundation Lancaster Family Foundation MCL Cafeterias ML & SL Smith Health Education & Charitable Trust Marathon Oil Company Foundation Men’s Hall Association Microsoft Corporation National Christian Foundation Pearson Education Pfizer Foundation Presser Foundation T. Rowe Price Charitable Gifts Putnam County Community Foundation Putnam County Family Support Services Pyromation, Inc. Schaefer Family Trust of 1989 Seaman Family Foundation Sit Investment Associates Foundation Sprint Foundation Stark Community Foundation Sutter Home Winery Mildred E. Swanson Foundation Swearingen Foundation Tall Corn Foundation United Way of Central New Mexico Vectren Foundation, Inc. W F Foundation Washtenaw United Way Bruce and Susan Wohlfeld Family Foundation Other Direct Gifts Accenture Foundation, Inc. Aetna Foundation, Inc. Aluminum Anodizing Consulting D. J. Angus-Scienctech Educational Foundation, Inc. BSTS, LLC Bank of America Beré Foundation, Inc. Bergen County United Way Briggs Foundation Cheer Extreme Allstars Christian Community Foundation, Inc. Community Foundation of Central Illinois Depository Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne, Inc. Community Foundation of New Jersey Cope Family Trust Dickens Enterprises, Inc. Ear Nose & Throat Surgical Care Eardley Family Foundation Elcon Collection Agency Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation Farmers Insurance Group Furniture Aware House Gardner Publications, Inc. Gulf Parcel Service, Inc. Hale Family Foundation Harris Bank Foundation Harris, Harvey & Peebles, LLC A. A. Huber & Sons, Inc. IBM Corporation Indiana Area Foundation of the United Methodist Church, Inc. Indianapolis Medical Society Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City KPMG Foundation Kaiser Communications Inc. Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation Kohne Family Limited Partnership Anne and Fred Luber Foundation Manion Family Foundation McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Meredith Corporation Foundation Meridian Hills Country Club Merkel Financial Services, Inc. Musgrave Law Office My Email Now LLC Jon E. Newcomb Law Office Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation Origin Properties, LLC OZem Corporation Drs. Patel, Martyn & Hafner Pittsburgh Planned Giving Council Precision Dispensing Equipment Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund Richardson Associates Architects, P.S.C. Sadler Orthodontics, P.C. The Samuel Family Foundation Sheahan Family Revocable Trust Smith Family Trust The Snow Foundation Spindler, Inc. The Springfield Foundation St. Louis Alumni Association Summit Sales Group SunTrust Bank, Atlanta Sunrise Oil & Chemical Inc. Tegarden Educational Consulting, Inc. University of Notre Dame Wellpoint Foundation Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign The Whitney Foundation

“I was both honored and humbled to be recommended by my colleagues in the Department of Geosciences as the first recipient of the Ernest R. Smith Chair in Geosciences. My colleagues are good teachers and quality researchers who are committed to the University, to their students, and to their professions.” – Frederick M. Soster Professor of Geosciences

Memorial Gifts
Many members of the DePauw community find memorial gifts to the University to be an appropriate way to honor and celebrate a relative or friend. DePauw University is grateful to receive these thoughtful gifts, which provide important resources for DePauw students and faculty members.
John P. Kinsey 1919 Edith B. Kinsey J. David Hogue 1921 Margaret Hogue Corneilsen dec Mildred Robison Hogue 1921 Margaret Hogue Corneilsen dec Paul R. Sweet 1929 Sarah L. Rosen and Gerald H. Rosen Claude Husted 1930 Florence R. Husted Edna Hibbard Craig 1932 Mary Born Bracken Darrell G. Handrich and Jean Handrich Janice M. Schnorr Charles E. Kuonen 1933 Linda Kuonen Medlock and Paul A. Medlock Burt D. Moore 1933 Linda Kuonen Medlock and Paul A. Medlock Betty Carleton Katterhenry 1935 George E. Dutton and Betty Dutton Muriel Johnson Sasenbery 1935 Dave G. Sasenbery Mary Helen North Gildersleeve 1936 Craig H. Denecke William C. Bryant, Jr. 1939 Annamargaret Chapman Clutter Edward A. Dunton 1939 Annamargaret Chapman Clutter Clare Allison Meier Elizabeth Horine Armstrong 1941 John D. Armstrong E. K. Collison, Jr. 1941 Patricia O. Keith Leslie Henkel Lehner and Paul Eastham Lehner John McBride and Mary Anne McBride Lois G. Seiler Charles P. Erdmann 1945 John S. Moffet William M. Walton 1947 Lance B. Anderson and Melissa R. Anderson James Harvy Belt Anthony W. Byers and Jacqueline A. Byers Christopher Hagenow and Laura Catherine Hagenow Eileen Hurley Sherry B. Hurley and J. Richard Hurley Indianapolis Medical Society L. G. Jacobs and Esther Jacobs Dorothy H. Leffler and Melvin Leffler Thomas R. Lugar and Sarah S. Lugar Thomas D. Mantel and Flo Mary Mantel Meridian Hills Country Club Joanne Meyer Phillip Mosbaugh Thomas Russell Mote and Deanna Thibodeau Mary P. Nye Robert D. Pickett and Genevieve Pickett Stafford W. Pile and Clara B. Pile George W. Puetz and Patricia A. Puetz Jean R. Reynolds Richard D. Sievert Susan E. Sottong L. Gene Tanner Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Vore Jeff S. Wills and Louise A. Wills Elizabeth Buckingham Livingston 1948 Mary McCallum Henrichs Marilyn Smith Overton 1949 Ben F. Overton Gretchen Trees Wells 1949 John S. Wells, Jr. and Harriet Coons Wells Thomas S. Emison 1950 Mary K. Emison John M. Holt 1950 C. Harvey Bradley, Jr. and Mary J. Bradley Richard C. Kraege and Anne Beekman Kraege Robert Noble Porter 1950 Nancy Porter Stork and David G. Stork Harry D. Jacobs, Jr. 1951 Jerrolyn T. Allen Henry W. Angsten Alan Baker and Mamie Baker Bruce W. Baker and Kelli J. Baker David R. Baker and P Maureen McDonald . Mary Ann Baker Jane S. Baylor Wilson J. Besant and Barbara Besant Cushman B. Bissell, Jr. and Judith R. Bissell Ann E. Black and Craig Black Elvira Cavallari Kenneth K. Chalmers and Georganne A. Chalmers Fred C. Chandler and Jane B. Chandler John N. Chapin, Jr. and Meryl Carolyn Chapin Margaret R. Coladarci Harry G. Comerford and Noreen K. Comerford Charles J. Davidson and Jean T. Davidson Alex DeBartolo and Wilma DeBartolo Joann F. Doering Marjorie Dollard Julia M. Dowdle Maureen Thomure Emoff and Todd R. Emoff Robert C. Erzinger and Marijo D. Erzinger Rosamarie Faraone Audrey H. Fitzgerald Kenneth Gaile and Marjorie S. Gaile

Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007.

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Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

Annual Honor Roll of Donors
Marvin B. Gillis and Helen R. Gillis H. Tom Griffith and Joann B. Griffith Cecilia G. Hansen Irene M. Hinkamp David H. Hoffmann and Jerrilyn M. Hoffmann Walter V. Holt and Elizabeth R. Holt Barbara H. Howard Robert L. Hulseman and Sheila M. Hulseman Nancy E. Husted and Marlin Husted Jeffrey H. Jacobs and Susan Comerford Jacobs Nancy Witte Jacobs James R. Jennings William K. Kellogg III William L. Lederer and Noel K. Lederer Paul H. Lee, Jr. and Suzanne Sturges Lee Walter L. Marr Mary Elizabeth Martin Robert C. Matsch Jack L. Melamed and Marcia Melamed Robert J. Michalak and Cicely Michalak Marilyn D. Mints Alfred F. Miossi Joseph M. Piazza and Julie A. Piazza Cheryl Porter Louis G. Ragusi and Lidia Ragusi John C. Rogers and Virginia A. Rogers Thomas M. Rogers and Karen R. Rogers Myron E. Rubnitz and Susan B. Rubnitz Michael P. Ryan and Sandra M. Ryan Jean Sampson Richard D. Saunders and Elizabeth K. Saunders David Seeger and Theresann Seeger Bernard F. Sergesketter and Mary H. Sergesketter Charles H. Shaw and Beverly E. Shaw R. G. Shuma and Nancy R. Shuma Sandra L. Simon W. Ronald Sims and Greta H. Sims Edward J. Spiegel David P. Stowell and Janet D. Stowell Marianne M. Sweeney Charles J. Thiel and Emmaline Thiel Richard H. Vlerick and Charlotte W. Vlerick W F Foundation Robert S. Walsh and Marion W. Walsh Richard H. Watson and Constance P. Watson Robert S. Wetoska and Mary Ann Wetoska Letitia A. Wheeler H. Blair White William J. Witte Vincent C. Yager James W. Emison 1952 Anonymous Stephen W. Sanger and Karen Ogren Sanger Lark Morgan Stark The Whitney Foundation Theodore L. Bierman 1953 Estate of Betty Biddle Bierman J. Kent Guild 1953 Dolores L. Guild William H. Hoag and Marie Hoag J. Ward Shawver and Sue Saunders Shawver Jeanne Guild Townsend and M. B. Townsend Jane Ehmann Wood and James C. Wood David L. Vear 1953 J. Ward Shawver and Sue Saunders Shawver Betty Biddle Bierman 1954 Estate of Betty Biddle Bierman Margaret Hogue Corneilsen 1956 Mary Larsen Austin and Arnold P. Austin Phillip C. Davis and Mary Emison Davis Lynn Cooley McMillion and Lee N. McMillion Eleanor Thomas Nash Ann Boren Reeder 1957 Robert J. Sell and Mary Stolz Sell Neal A. Cochran 1958 Barbara Tracy Cochran Tracy Cochran Garrity and Dennis J. Downing Mary Ellen Guyer Davies 1958 Richard M. Temple and Nancy Lindquist Temple Donald R. Pettit 1960 Laurel A. Burton and Mary Kay Burton Kirby W. Bay 1964 L. Terry Chappell and Barbara Chappell John L. Trotter 1965 Jane Vahle Weingartner and James Weingartner Carol Boardman Hittle 1968 Michael R. Maine and Suzanne Bauman Maine Susan Dohrmann Moore and Thomas R. Moore Susan L. Saunders 1968 Suzanne Barker Sjostrom Clarice Kinsey Bair 1969 Edith B. Kinsey Douglas L. Crichlow 1971 William L. Brown III and Susan Lange Brown Mary L. McClain 1971 Marcia Fergus Hopkins and Donald W. Hopkins James B. Rogers 1971 James W. Emison and Mary Kathryn Holmes Emison Theodore McNutt Englehart, Jr. 1972 David B. Englehart and Helen E. Englehart Melvin Kenneth Tracht 1972 Mildred J. Tracht Lisa E. Drack 1980 Miller Family Foundation Thomas M. Phillips 1982 Betsy Adams Janet Renfrow Bolton and Barry Bolton James R. Cerone and Katherine M. Cerone David J. Creagan, Jr. and Benita Creagan Donald M. Curtis and Gail Curtis Robert J. Darnall and Marletta Farrier Darnall Dayton Foundation Depository Karen T. Dunlevey David M. Findlay and Susan Scott Findlay Donald C. Findlay II David E. Greer and Stephanie Stanley Greer Robert M. Hewett and Sara D. Hewett Tom Holton and Terry Holton David L. Ingram William Kasch and Sonnie Kasch Neal E. Kitchell and Diana Tamara Kitchell Caroline Jones Lang and Samuel J. Lang, Jr. Thomas E. Lilly and Marianne Lilly William M. Lindstrom and Julie Ann Lindstrom John T. McGowan McGraw-Hill Companies Foundation Kenneth V. Perkins and Leola H. Perkins James C. Seyfarth and Nancy Sweeney Seyfarth Robert A. Subkowsky and Elizabeth Subkowsky Sutter Home Winery John N. Taylor and Connie Taylor Richard M. Temple and Nancy Lindquist Temple Loren Cerone Tozer and Thomas Tozer Teresa Lain Douglas 1984 Kimberley Wheat Condas Peter J. Rogers 1984 Abbott Laboratories Fund James F. Meyer and Jiaying Meyer Richard Paul Steele 1984 Paul E. Steele and Diana M. Steele Rebonna Hansen Bromund 1986 Pfizer Foundation Beth Ann Morrison 1987 Michael S. Corriveau Heather K. Jones 1990 Meredith C. Dunn Amy Eileen Hasbrook 2000 Daniel T. Hasbrook and Barbara Hasbrook Polly E. Marchese 2001 Ashley S. English Paul K. Pogue and Rochelle S. Pogue Vanessa A. Baer 2006 Matthew Perry Bereman Kappa Alpha Theta Nancy Shelly Schaenen PARENTS W. Peter de Penaloza, Parent Isabel de Penaloza Kramer and Jeffrey Kramer Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City Charles G. Himan Stephen W. Sanger and Karen Ogren Sanger Kenneth R. Umfleet Imo Yates Umfleet FRIENDS, FACULTY AND STAFF Donald J. Cook, Faculty Jane E. Carlstrom Harlow G. Farmer, Friend William S. Corak and Hilda I. Corak Robert A. Farmer and Jean H. Farmer Charles F. Gladding and Susan M. Gladding Ruth Latimer Alice B. Norair William J. Ogden Wilda Jones Shafer E. J. Urbas Mary Rogers Field, Friend Jennifer Maude Carlin and Steve Carlin Felix E. Goodson, Faculty Edward K. Crossman and Sharyn Marie Crossman Mary Kinsel and Gary Kinsel James A. Madison Kathleen Marx George A. Morgan, Jr. and Hildegarde Swanson Caitlin Newberry and Timothy Roberts Thomas L. Nowak and Marlene Nowak Biochemists, University of Notre Dame Joseph R. Hurt, Faculty Anonymous Michael D. Johnson, Faculty Carol A. Moyer and Louis T. Zaczkiewicz Fred N. Nelson, Faculty Mark J. Bransfield Judith A. George Clifton J. Phillips, Faculty Donald C. Findlay, Jr. Cheryl Slagell Kinsinger and Daniel Laurence Kinsinger John A. Ricketts, Faculty John R. Anderson and Bertha Anderson William F. Carroll, Jr. and Mary Cooke Carroll Joanne Kissinger Virginia F. Mease and Howard F. Mease Finbar Thym Ryan, Friend Amy Tucker Ryan and Andrew D. Ryan Vincent A. Serpa, Faculty Marcia Fergus Hopkins and Donald W. Hopkins Katharyn G. Sweet, Friend Sarah L. Rosen and Gerald H. Rosen

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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Honor Gifts
Each year, DePauw University receives gifts that are made specifically in honor of a living individual, such as a family member or friend who attended DePauw, or a member of the University’s faculty or staff. Between July 1, 2006, and June 30, 2007, the following individuals were honored through gifts to DePauw.
Raman W. Stultz 1936 Richard S. Stultz and JoAnne D. Stultz Howard B. Burkett 1938 Jane Burkett Joshua Burkett Richard Burkett and Nancy A. Coffin Winifred Burkett and David H. Burkett Andrew Dickson and Lorie R. Dickson Nancee Burkett Dickson and Alfred Dickson Bridget L. Gourley Tyson C. Kackley and Genevieve T. Burkett Rick Knopf and Susan Knopf Charles A. Leis 1952 Nancy Leis Kota and J. Michael Kota Susan Leis Thiele and Howard N. Thiele Marilyn Newpart Leis 1952 Nancy Leis Kota and J. Michael Kota Susan Leis Thiele and Howard N. Thiele David J. Morehead 1953 Betty Davis Givens and David W. Givens Betty Davis Givens 1954 Rosemary Davis Shaw Marjorie Davis Morehead 1954 Betty Davis Givens and David W. Givens Larry N. Tibbetts 1956 J. Kurt Mahrdt, Jr. and Linda R. Mahrdt Joene Bruhn Cline 1957 Jane Umbreit Nestory Sharon Riordan Goldstein 1957 Jane Umbreit Nestory Nancy Long Hardy 1957 Jane Umbreit Nestory Jean Fowler King 1957 Jane Umbreit Nestory Barbara Epstein Maher 1957 Jane Umbreit Nestory Marilyn Murlin Norton 1957 Jane Umbreit Nestory Suzanne Smith Ramsby 1957 Jane Umbreit Nestory Gail Divine Sims 1957 Jane Umbreit Nestory Jean McNeill Kaulakis 1967 Megan Cyr Kaulakis Keith B. Stanford 1995 Cynthia S. Anthony and Roy J. Anthony Brian Neal Spilbeler 2003 Jason Aaron Spilbeler Lauren McDermit Beatrice 2007 Donna A. McDermit and George C. McDermit Jeremy Peter Brok 2007 Jeremy Peter Brok PARENTS Lucille Burkett Jane Burkett Joshua Burkett Richard Burkett and Nancy A. Coffin Winifred Burkett and David H. Burkett Andrew Dickson and Lorie R. Dickson Lawrence E. Zabinski Geoffrey Edward Zabinski Nancee Burkett Dickson and Alfred Dickson Bridget L. Gourley Tyson C. Kackley and Genevieve T. Burkett Rick Knopf and Susan Knopf David Furman David Thomas Furman, Jr. Thomas A. Hampton Kyle Thomas Hampton Eugene Hebe Kremer IV Jerilyn Marie Kremer FRIENDS, FACULTY AND STAFF Gwen Bottoms, Friend Nancy Leis Kota and J. Michael Kota Susan Leis Thiele and Howard N. Thiele Robert G. Bottoms, Faculty Nancy Leis Kota and J. Michael Kota Susan Leis Thiele and Howard N. Thiele Clinton B. Gass, Faculty Anonymous Stephen K. Gauly, Staff Pittsburgh Planned Giving Council David W. Givens, Friend Rosemary Davis Shaw Barbara J. Steinson, Faculty Jennifer Maude Carlin and Steve Carlin

“I have received two Fisher Time-Outs from DePauw. During the first Time-Out, I reworked my graduate school thesis, which later became my first book, Learning to Float. In the second Time-Out, I started my second book, a work of creative nonfiction about infertility. Without this reassigned time in my workload, I would not have been able to sustain my role as both a teacher and a writer. I can’t imagine this institution without the Fisher Fund for Faculty Development. The faculty at DePauw is a dynamic, creative, industrious bunch. The Fisher grants allow us to remember who we are and why we entered our respective fields. Our professional work keeps us alive, keeps our classrooms dynamic, keeps us imagining what new idea, new experiment, new sentence will come next.” – Lili Wright Associate Professor of English


Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007. Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

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Many DePauw alumni, parents and friends volunteer their time, energy and expertise on behalf of the University. We are grateful to the volunteers listed below and others whose service and dedication help guide and strengthen DePauw University.

DePauw University Board of Trustees 2007-08
Joseph P. Allen IV ’59 Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93 W. Charles Bennett ’74 Thomas W. Boswell ’66 Jonathan C. Coffin ’06 Sally Grooms Cowal ’66 Michael J. Coyner, Friend Patrick A. Croner ’05 Marletta Farrier Darnall ’61 Gary P. Drew ’61 Jane L. Emison, Friend Marvin E. Flewellen ’85 Alison E. Frost ’69 Judson C. Green ’74 Sharon Kniebbe Hartshorn ’66 Kyle A. Hawkins ’07 Max W. Hittle, Jr. ’66 R. David Hoover ’67 Kathryn Fortune Hubbard ’74 Kyle E. Lanham ’79 G. Richard Locke III ’83 George L. Mazanec ’58 Erik G. Nelson ’61 Myrta J. Pulliam, Friend Marshall W. Reavis IV ’84 Blair A. Rieth, Jr. ’80 Darlene Montgomery Ryan ’76 Michael L. Smith ’70 James B. Stewart, Jr. ’73 James G. Stewart ’64 Lee E. Tenzer ’64 Steven L. Trulaske ’79 Kathy Patterson Vrabeck ’85 Sarah Reese Wallace ’76 Bayard H. Walters ’63 M. Scott Welch ’82 Robert F. Wells ’66 R. Lee Wilson ’76 Lawrence E. Young, Jr. ’84

Life Trustees
John T. Anderson ’52 John W. Christensen ’35 Eugene L. Delves ’50 John W. Fisher, Parent Allen D. Fleener ’52 Robert R. Frederick ’48 Hirotsugu Iikubo ’57 Arthur E. Klauser ’45 David J. Morehead ’53 Ian M. Rolland ’55 Thomas A. Sargent ’55 Norval B. Stephens, Jr. ’51 William F. Welch ’40 Richard D. Wood ’48

Advisory Trustees
James R. Bartlett ’66 Rhett W. Butler ’62 Lawrence W. Clarkson ’60 Don R. Daseke ’61 Donald C. Findlay II ’56 Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. ’57 G. Richard Locke ’58 Michael R. Maine ’61 Andrew J. Paine, Jr. ’59 Janet W. Prindle ’58 Jane Turk Schlansker ’63 Theodore M. Solso ’69 Timothy H. Ubben ’58 Robert B. Wessling ’59

DePauw University Board of Visitors 2007-08
Jane Eklund Anderson ’65 Robert S. Apatoff ’80 Barrett L. Boehm ’73 Jane Sansome Boyer ’62 Judith Banker Castellini ’81 Jeffrey A. Cozad ’86 James S. Cunning ’74 Deborah White Davila ’82 Wendy Ellis-Gardner ’89 Mark A. Emkes ’75 Sander L. Esserman ’73 Richard L. Fanyo ’69 Robert D. Franks ’73 Charles A. Greene, Jr. ’96 Daniel J. Hasler ’80 Janice Pahl Kern ’71 Judith Tanner Moon ’76 Tamika Ragland Nordstrom ’93 Rita M. Alliss Powers ’86 Pamela A. Rons ’77 Peter G. Ruppert ’86 Craig R. Stokely ’67 Donald E. Town ’71


◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2006-07 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society for the past five or more consecutive years of giving to the DePauw Annual Fund dec – deceased

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DePauw Alumni Association Board of Directors 2007-08
Guillermo H. Amezcua ’03 Jason A. Asbury ’95 John F. Avery III ’05 Lindsay A.Bartlett ’07 Florence E. Beatty ’74 Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93 Cynthia Jones Billys ’84 André L. Brewer ’93 John W. Busey II ’90 Tobias J. Butler ’04 Jack B. Campbell ’68 Andrew T. Claar ’94 Stephen N. Combs ’87 John A. Drees ’65 Scott A. Fredrick ’87 Stephanie A. Freeman ’02 James P. Getgey ’88 Gregory J. Goetcheus ’90 Milo F. Hanke, Jr. ’77 W. Brian Hatton ’95 Tamra-Lee N. Higgs ’01 Karen L. Horvath-Wulf ’92 Susan M. Hossli ’86 Sarah Roberts Houghland ’65 Janet L. Johns ’85 Leslye E. Jones-Beatty ’82 Katherine L. Keck ’77 Ashley B. Krieg ’01 Amber Franklin LaRue ’00 Saundra Fabrick MacGregor ’62 Nadia T. Mitchem ’98 Shon S. Moss ’00 Charles J. Nelson ’85 Thomas M. O’Neil ’69 Christopher H. Penn ’72 Steven W. Peterson ’77 W. Scott Priebe ’00 Lori Spoon Rafkin ’85 Breton A. Schoch ’86 Rebecca L. Shedd ’77 Karen Olander Skerrett ’68 Jill M. Skogheim ’00 Carolyn Hostetter Smith ’59 Brent E. St. John ’89 Michael S. Stanek ’06 Eric M. Stisser ’94 Jill Darnall Tanner ’91 Susan Leis Thiele ’79 Barbara Martin Tubekis ’80 Joseph “Ted” E. Ukrop ’89 Marcus R. Veatch ’75 David C. Warner ’00 Keysha J. Webb ’94 Ann Baur Whitlatch ’80 Eve M. Wright ’96

DePauw Alumni Councils and Clubs 2007-08
Chicago Alumni Council President: Kerrie L. Milligan ’98 Vice President: Bryan D. Cuculich ’05 Cincinnati Alumni Council President: Benjamin G. Marston ’04 Vice President: David C. Warner ’00 Indianapolis Alumni Council President: Kelli J. Smith ’04 Vice President: Jennifer Aiken Knepp ’00 New York Alumni Council President: Daynan J. Crull ’03 San Francisco Bay Area Alumni Council President: Jill Robertson McNay ’86 Vice President: Anne Heller Morrissey ’90 St. Louis Alumni Council President: Amy MacDoniels Rhodes ’04 Vice President: Daniel L. Tilghman III ’98 Greater Washington D.C. Alumni Council President: Adam D. Brackemyre ’00 Vice President: Robert G. Burney ’58 Atlanta Alumni Club Chair: Kerri L. Wightman ’93 Los Angeles Alumni Club Chair: Angie Lyn Hamilton-Lowe ’00 Milwaukee Alumni Club Chair: John W. Busey II ’90 North Texas Alumni Club President: Karen Platt Bearman ’89 Twin Cities Alumni Club President: Jill M. Skogheim ’00

GOLD Council 2007-08
Michael E. Bogers ’01 Patricia J. Cooksey ’04 Ryan J. Danks ’99 Olan B. Garrett ’99 Lindsay B. Johnson ’01 Edmund B. Nightingale ’02 Gabrielle Peek Benson ’05 W. Scott Priebe ’00 Kathryn D. Rudolph ’03 Jill M. Skogheim ’00 Mark A. Smiley ’98 Abigail J. Trainor ’07 Keryn G. Vickers ’01


DePauw University has made every effort to maintain accuracy in the preparation of the Annual Honor Roll of Donors. Unfortunately, mistakes or omissions can and do occur. If you should find an error in this report, please notify the University so that our records can be corrected. Write: DePauw University, Stewardship Office, Attn: Honor Roll, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037.
Report of gifts received July 1, 2006, through June 30, 2007. Special and Other gifts are those used for a special purpose not included in the Annual Fund. Legacy gifts include bequests received and other deferred gifts.

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Alumni Programs
Alumni give new DePauw students a send-off
The Office of Admission and Office of Alumni Relations staff members express their appreciation to alumni and parents listed below for hosting this year’s summer send-off parties for incoming first-year students. Thanks to so many loyal friends, DePauw was able to provide parties in 16 locations. This year’s parties featured 10 new hosts, including the Indianapolis Alumni Council. New venues included a country club in Kansas City and a historic park in Lafayette. Denver returned as a party site after an absence of several years. St. Louis had the best overall attendance (71), while Bloomington, Ind., had the most alumni (10). If you are interested in hosting a send-off party next summer, contact Brian Millis ’06, admission officer, at 800-447-2495. Bloomington, Ind. Stephen C. Jones ’69 and Kathryn Jones Lawrence P. Taylor ’69 and Margaret Taylor JoAnne Bowen (past parent/friend) Chicago North Bradley J. Simmons ’93 and Julie Simmons Chicago West William J. and Kim (Klinger ’81) Butler ’82 Cincinnati Brad A. Pierce ’90 and Elizabeth Pierce Columbus, Ohio Naresh and Saroj Patel (parents of current student) Denver Carole Summers Shaw ’79, Kevin Shaw and Julia Shaw ’11 Evansville, Ind. Robert J. and Alicia “Nikki” (Warner ’00) Davis ’00 Fort Wayne, Ind. Mary Jo Morrison Ardington ’78, Mark Ardington and Laura Ardington ’11 Indianapolis Indianapolis Alumni Council Indianapolis North Patricia Wilson Seitz ’94 and Aaron Seitz Kansas City Kirk Carpenter, Susan Carpenter and Elizabeth “Lisa” Carpenter ’10 Lafayette, Ind. Kaelin “Casey” Shipley and Katie Shipley ’11 Louisville and Lexington, Ky. Kenney, Cathy and Ellen ’11 Snell Merrillville, Ind. Sherri Modrak Ashby ’87 South Bend, Ind. Pete J. and Dinah (Hanson ’00) Sampson ’00 St. Louis James O. and Bonnie (Boilini ’68) Baxter ’68

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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” – Margaret Mead (former DePauw student)

Are you ready to make a difference in your community this spring? Join the DePauw National Month of Service and do just that!

Alumni Making a Difference
NATIONAL MONTH of SERVICE
When: Throughout the month of May 2008. How do I get involved? Check the Web site at www.depauw.edu/alumni/MOS to see which regions already have service projects planned. If your area is not listed, volunteer to be a host. Contact the Office of Alumni Relations at alumnioffice@depauw.edu or call 877-658-2586, and our staff will get you started. How do I find projects? There are more than 400 Volunteer Centers throughout the country that are aware of the most pressing needs in your area. Affiliated with the Points of Light Foundation, Volunteer Centers work closely with thousands of causes and agencies that welcome your assistance. If your local Volunteer Center (check out www.pointsoflight.org/centers/find_center.cfm) is not aware of any planned projects for May, its staff can help you design a meaningful volunteer experience for all. DePauw students and alumni make a difference in their communities every day. Collectively, let us join together a make a big difference throughout the nation in the month of May! – The DePauw Alumni Board Month of Service Team

ALUMNI RELATIONS
Bartlett Alumni House 411 E. Seminary St. Greencastle, IN 46135-0037 alumnioffice@depauw.edu 877-658-2586

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Save the Dates: DePauw University’s Women In Science Reunion
March 14-16, 2008
Highlights will include facility tours, alumnae/student poster session, panel presentations and more!

DEPAUW DISCOURSE AUW ISCO
September 18-20
For more information about DePauw Discourse 2008, go to www.depauw.edu/discourse or contact Steve Setchell at ssetchell@depauw.edu

2008

Coming Together 2008
Old Gold Weekend, October 10-12
Join fellow alumni and students to celebrate “coming home” to DePauw!

For more information, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at alumnioffice@depauw.edu or 877-658-2586.

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Alumni can race to victory during Little 5 weekend Ireland photo tour Aug. 3-13 with Professor Cynthia O’Dell
Photographing Ireland: The land and people on the western edge

DePauw alumni cyclists, you once again have a chance to race to victory during Little 5 weekend in April. The DePauw Cycling Club will host an Alumni Race on Saturday, April 19, 2008, at the Blackstock Stadium track. The Alumni Race will consist of two age categories. There will be an Alumni 40+ race and an Alumni Open race, for racers under the age of 40. Each race will be 40 minutes and five laps in length. The schedule on April 19 will be: 11:30 a.m. – Alumni (age 40+) 1 p.m. – DePauw women students 2:30 p.m. – Alumni Open (under age 40) 4 p.m. – DePauw men students Each race will be in a criterium style format, which allows the officials to score racers without pulling lapped riders from the field. The entry fee is $30, payable to DePauw Cycling Club. If you are interested, contact Kent A. Billingsley ’80, who is in charge of registration, at alumnilittle5@comcast.net to inform him of your interest in racing or with any questions. Registration and payment should be mailed to: C/O: DPU Alumni Race Kent Billingsley 482 Essex Place Carol Stream, IL 60188

DePauw alumni are invited to travel to the remote regions of Ireland on a photographic journey with DePauw professor and photographer Cynthia O’Dell from Aug. 3-13, 2008. Spend 10 blissful days in County Mayo, traveling and photographing. The tour will take O’Dell you to Croagh Patrick, Achill Island, Sheeffrey Woods and other breathtaking locations in western Ireland. Participants will stay at Hillcrest House, which was renovated for the sole purpose of accommodating photography groups. The tour is an opportunity to learn new photographic skills or sharpen old ones in the midst of exquisite landscapes with guidance from O’Dell, associate professor and chair of DePauw’s art department. It is open to photographers at all skill levels. Daily photographic instruction will be offered as desired, and evening sessions will include portfolio reviews and Professor O’Dell’s presentations of her photographic research. “In the fall of 2005, I traveled to Ireland on an artistic journey. It was a nostalgic and mythical search to the land of my ancestors, and it has prompted demanding and exciting research,” O’Dell said. “As a result, I am currently working on a new multi-layered photographic project exploring the Irish landscape, my family archive, the Irish Famine of 1845 and current re-migration to Ireland. My journey included three trips to Ireland – over a total of five months – and an artist residency at the Burren College of Art in western Ireland.” O’Dell created approximately 7,000 images of Ireland during this period. At the start of her sabbatical research in August 2005, O’Dell joined a photography tour in western Ireland through Strabo Tour Company, and she found the trip inspiring and productive. It was not a typical tour, and Strabo tours were professionally operated. As a result, she decided to lead her own tours for Strabo to a region she cares about deeply and provide a similar experience for other photographers. O’Dell is the recipient of a DePauw University Professorship, Faculty Fellowship and Fisher Fellowship. She received B.A. and B.F.A. degrees from the University of Iowa and M.F.A. from the University of Colorado at Boulder. A photographer and filmmaker, O’Dell’s work explores conceptual combinations relating to gender and identity, land and place, and autobiographical narratives. If you have questions about joining the tour, send e-mail to Professor O’Dell at codell@depauw.edu. For more information, go to www.cindyodell.com or the Strabo Tour Company Web site at www.phototc.com/tours/tour.php?tour=87.

You can find the registration form and more information about the race on the DePauw Cycling Club Web site at: www.depauw.edu/student/orgs/ bikeclub/index.asp.

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Isabelle Haverstick Harger has been a Red Cross volunteer since 1959 and is the longest-serving volunteer at Riverview Hospital in Noblesville, Ind. Isabelle recently celebrated her 95th birthday and has accumulated more than 5,910 hours of volunteer work. Isabelle delivers cards, flowers and newspapers to patients on Fridays and Saturdays. She started the hospital’s chaplain program in 1964, was chairman of the Gray Ladies of Riverview from 1964-81, and was one of the original members of the hospital auxiliary board. Isabelle and her husband, William, founding member of the Riverview Hospital’s board in 1931, have been married 63 years.

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Rachel (Waltz) and Irving M. Heath ’41 were profiled in the Noblesville, Ind., Daily Times, Aug. 21, 2007, for their involvement in building the community. Rachel is a retired Noblesville High School English teacher. Irving started the Cresson and Health Insurance Agency. He was one of the founders of the Noblesville Boys Club in 1950 and served as president, vice president, secretary and board member for 41 years. The couple celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary Sept. 5, 2007. Irving received a Community Leadership Award from DePauw in 2006.

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J. Milton Yinger was honored by the North Central Sociological Association (NCSA) for his long career and many contributions to the field of sociology with the creation of the J. Milton Yinger Distinguished Lifelong Career Award, which will be awarded annually. Milton is a founding member and former president of NCSA. He was an Oberlin College faculty member for 40 years and president of the American Sociological Association. He made major contributions to race and ethnic relations, sociological theory, theory of religion, and the sociology of countercultures.

1937

Irving M. and Rachel (Waltz ’40) Heath were profiled in the Noblesville, Ind., Daily Times, Aug. 21, 2007, for their involvement in building the community. Irving started the Cresson and Health Insurance Agency. He was one of the founders of the Noblesville Boys Club in 1950 and served as president, vice president, secretary and board member for 41 years. Rachel is a retired Noblesville High School English teacher. The couple celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary Sept. 5, 2007. Irving received a Community Leadership Award from DePauw in 2006.

1941

The class notes section of DePauw Magazine allows DePauw alumni to keep their classmates and the University current on their careers, activities and whereabouts. All information for class notes should be sent to DePauw University, DePauw Magazine, 300 E. Seminary Street, P.O. Box 37, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037. You may also fax the information to 765-658-4625 or e-mail to dgrooms@depauw.edu. Photographs will be used as space allows and cannot be returned. If you submit digital photos, the images should be shot at the highest resolution on the digital camera. Images must be saved at the highest resolution or 300 dpi minimum in JPEG format. In the interest of privacy, we will publish home and e-mail addresses only if an alumnus or alumna specifically requests us to do so. Class notes printed in DePauw Magazine will also be included in the online version of the magazine. Please direct class note questions to Larry Ligget, editorial assistant, DePauw University, P.O. Box 37, 300 E. Seminary St., Greencastle, IN 46135-0037. Phone: 765-658-4627; fax 765-6584625; e-mail larryligget@depauw.edu. – Editor Roman Catholic Church of the Epiphany. During the summer 2007, he taught a master class at the Interlochen Center for the Arts. His e-mail address is chas.heaton@verizon.net.

Paul P. Van Riper continues to teach part-time at Texas A&M University at the age of 91. He was instrumental in founding the political science department where he has taught since 1970. He said in an article in the Bryan-College Station Eagle, “I enjoy doing it … as long as I don’t have to do too much.” He plans to teach one course in the fall of 2007 and another course in the spring of 2008 before his retirement.

1938

Russell H. Hart Jr. was selected by Fellows of the Indiana Bar Foundation as the recipient of the 2007 Legendary Lawyer Award. He was a practicing attorney for 51 years, retiring as senior counsel of the Lafayette (Ind.) law firm of Stuart & Branigin LLP. Russell continues to be an active member of several law and civic organizations. Charles H. Heaton continues to perform organ music in his retirement. He recently played recitals in St. Louis in the Second Presbyterian Church as well as dedicated an instrument in Pittsburgh’s

1950

Five charter members of Delta Gamma sorority of the 1951 class met in Boulder and Longmont, Colo., to celebrate their 56th DePauw Reunion, June 20-24, 2007. (See photo, left.) Norval B. Stephens Jr., a DePauw trustee and chairman of Delta Tau Delta Educational Foundation, initiated a national anti-hazing hotline for 23 international fraternities and sororities.The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch reported that Norval “knew that several fraternities had hotlines and thought a national one might be an additional deterrent” to hazing.

1951

Nine members of the Delta Delta Delta class of 1952 returned to campus for their 55th reunion in June 2007. (See photo, top next page.)

1952

Members of the Delta Gamma sorority, Class of 1951. Those attending the 56th DePauw reunion included Barbara Riggs Wever, Barbara Ryrholm Sarason, Anne Prosser Turner, Nancy Cessna Hawthorne and Nancy Shelly Schaenen.

John Jakes received Western Writers of America’s Owen Wister Award for his lifetime contributions to the field of western literature during his career spanning more than 50 years. He has written historical fiction, which includes Kent Family Chronicles and North and South trilogy, as well as science fiction and nonfiction. He has had 16 consecutive books appear on The New York Times bestseller list.

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the RSC program in 1997 when he was president of the International Society of Nephrology. He also served as editor of the recently published threevolume 8th edition of Diseases of the Kidney and Urinary Tract. Robert is a professor of medicine at University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Class of 1952 Delta Delta Delta members. Those returning to celebrate their 55th reunion in June 2007 included Nancy Nelson Hamilton, Helen Gibson Tykal, M. Irene Cattran Stephens, Kathleen Keller Smith, Nancy Driscol Gardner, Carol Nelson Johnson, Gloria Lindquist Daily and Marilyn Heaton Fackler. Attending but not pictured was Natalie Graham Nicholson. William F. Rasmussen, founder of ESPN, has created CollegeFanz.com. The online site offers colleges and universities an interactive online presence that allows them to find other fans, post and share photos and videos, create blogs and groups, and invite other fans to online forums and talk shows. James W. Rowlett was named the 2007 Distinguished Senior at the Very Cherry Distinguished Senior Breakfast at the Traverse City (Mich.) Elks Lodge in July 2007 in recognition of his volunteer support and service to the Grand Traverse community. He is chairman of the local Poverty Reduction Initiative. An article in the Traverse City Record-Eagle stated that Jim “has contributed boundless energy in working toward the goal of reducing poverty in the five-county region.” Since his retirement from Dow Chemical after 40 years of service, Jim has made helping others a main priority.

1954

the conference as chair of the Peace Through Tourism committee of the Society of American Travel Writers. Drawing from travel experiences in New Zealand, Fiji, Jamaica and Thailand, Sally gave presentations on “Taking Vacations Seriously,” and also took part in the IIPT First Africa Media Exchange. Her Web site is www.sallymackinney. com. (See photo, below left.)

Richard H. Davis retired from Earlham College (Ind.) as a professor of religion, where he taught since 1968. Richard helped to establish Senior Year Studies and the Program for Integral Education, and he served on the committee that established the peace studies program. He and his wife, Marian, live in Waynesville, Ohio. They are the parents of six adopted daughters. Donald H. Driemeier is acting president of Eden Theological Seminary in Webster Groves, Ill. He is dean emeritus at the College of Business Administration and retired deputy to the chancellor of the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Richard “Dick” H. Tomey, San Jose State University’s head football coach, coached his 300th college football game, Sept. 1, 2007, when the San Jose State Spartans opened their season at Arizona State.

1960

Richard W. Peck’s latest audiobook, On the Wings of Heroes, was listed in The Washington Post as “Good listening for long summer days.” The book is an account of what life was like on the home front during World War II. Richard, the author of young adult fiction, has been called “America’s best living author for young adults.”

1956

John E. Tener is a senior partner in the Boston law office of Robinson & Cole LLP and a member of the firm’s litigation and insurance groups. He is a member of the New England Steering Committee of the Barack Obama campaign for the presidency.

1961

Sara “Sally” Brown McKinney is a travel journalist and author. During her DePauw senior year, Sally and her sorority sisters gave an Africa-themed dinner with house waiters as guests – a thank-you for waiters at Alpha Omicron Pi. FiftySara “Sally” Brown two years later, she McKinney ’55 thought of that village-themed party while dancing with other delegates to music by Annet Nandujja & The Planets at the 4th International Institute for Peace Through Tourism (IIPT) African Conference in Kampala, Uganda. From May 20-24, 2007, Sally attended

1955

J. Patrick “Pat” Aikman retired as game director of The Indianapolis Star Indiana AllStars after 20 years of service. He will continue to work with the All-Stars as a consultant to the next game director. Vernon E. Jordan Jr. served as one of the honorary co-chairs for an event honoring music impresario Quincy Jones at Washington University, Sept. 27, 2007. The event was presented by The HistoryMakers, a Chicago-based, nonprofit video oral history archive. Vernon is an attorney, civil rights leader and the senior managing director of Lazard Frères & Company LLC. Gretchen Kiger Cryer was a contributing composer to the musical Hats!. The musical ran at Royal George Theatre in Chicago, April 20-July 29, 2007, and was extended twice due to ticket demands. Dr. Robert W. Schrier was honored by the International Society of Nephrology with the creation of the Robert W. Schrier Prize to recognize outstanding Renal Sister Centers (RSC). The award was inaugurated at the World Congress of Nephrology in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Robert established

1957

Robert C. Nordvall reports that since he moved to a community near Florence, Italy, he has seen several DePauw friends, including Thomas “Tod” O. Dawson, Peter R. Egbert ’63, D. Bruce Frobes, Carole Battey Frobes, Roger R. Fross, Melinda Paine Geraldson ’65 and her husband, R. I. Geraldson, John W. Hare, James A. Tagtmeier ’66 and Kay Theobald Reissing. Bob posts his experiences and observations in Italy weekly on his Web site, www.bob.it.tt. His e-mail address is bobnordvall@hotmail.com.

1962

Ann W. Borger is the author of a book of poems, Sailing Into Sunset. (See Recent Words, page 18.) Carolyn Hartle Vesey hosted several members of DePauw’s 1963 and 1964 classes in her home in West Palm Beach, Fla. (See photo, right.) Lewis F. Matuszewich is chair of the International and Immigration Law Section of the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA). He practices law with Matuszewich, Kelly & McKeever, LLP, in Chicago and Crystal Lake, Ill. He has served as editor of The Globe, a publication of the ISBA, for seven years as well as a member of the Elder

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Law Section Council and the Continuing Legal Education Committee of the ISBA. Edward G. Schneider is interim dean for the College of Graduate Health Sciences at University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Susan Wegman Manning is senior vice president of business development and customer relations for Ridgefield Bank in Ridgefield, Conn. She is responsible for acquisition and retention of key commercial accounts as well as liaison to local municipalities for business development.

Carolyn Hartle Vesey ’63 hosted members of DePauw’s 1963 and 1964 classes in her home in West Palm Beach, Fla. (See photo, below.) George R. Rehnquist was appointed to serve on Indiana’s Commission for Higher Education. He will serve a four-year term.

1964

David L. Callies delivered a paper, “Hong Kong’s Basic Law: The First Ten Years and Its Future,” at the Hong Kong SAR Basic Law Tenth Anniversary International Conference, June 23, 2007, at City University of Hong Kong. David is a professor at William S. Richardson School of Law at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where he teaches land use, legal research and writing, property law and state and local government law. C. Vinton Hoey Jr. retired from ExxonMobil following 36 years in the corporate and marketing communications area. He has a second career as senior vice president of brand strategy and communications for United Way of Metropolitan Dallas. He leads the brand team, which positions United Way on public issues, creates public relations outreach opportunities, manages events, develops campaign materials and supports strategic United

1965

Class of 1969 Alpha Chi Omega members attending celebration in Saddlebrook Resort, Fla. Those attending include Paula Drake Ilardo, Rebecca Tatman Sipe, Sarah Katterhenry Dutton, Nancy VanSickle Kent, Martha Musk Robertson, Nancy Reynolds Fairchild, Karen Keeler Rogers, Elizabeth Clark Swank, Barbara White Parker, Linda Spreen Budelsky, Barbara Heisel Manning, Betsy Roberts Sklenicka, Gail Austin Siegers, Gayle Chadwick Hutchens and Karen Pratt Peiffer. Way initiatives. He and his wife, Carol, live in Dallas. They have five grown children. particularly ethanol, in his capacity as president of the Agribusiness Council, a nonprofit organization based in Washington.

Dr. Thomas P. Cooper is a member of the board of directors of IPC The Hospitalist Company, Inc. He is founder and chairman of the board of VeriCare, a leading provider of quality mental healthcare to older adults; a partner at Aperture Venture Partners; and a director for Kindred Healthcare, Inc. and Hanger Orthopedic Group. He teaches entrepreneurship at Columbia University School of Business. Nicholas E. Hollis appeared on Fox News Channel’s Weekend Live show in a nationally televised debate concerning ethanol, April 21, 2007. Nick is a leading critic of agricultural subsidies,

1966

Jill Kneen Stamm, a clinical associate professor at Arizona State University, is the author of Bright from the Start: The Simple, Science-Backed Way to Nurture Your Child’s Developing Mind from Birth to Age 3. Jill is coJill Kneen Stamm ’68 founder of New Directions Institute for Infant Brain Development in Phoenix as well as creator of a product called Brain Boxes, a set of 12 boxes of toys, books, games and instructional cards that helps to maximize developing minds. Jill was named one of the top 10 finalists for the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce’s Woman of the Year (Athena Award). (See photo, above.) (See Recent Words, page 16.) Stephen W. Sanger has handed over his duties as chief executive officer of General Mills after more than 12 years of service. Steve will continue as chairman of the company until May 2008.

1968

1963 and 1964 DePauw class members in West Palm Beach, Fla. Those attending the gathering included Richard W. Pell ’63, C. Alan Marsh ’63, Linda L. Haynie ’63, Carolyn Hartle Vesey ’63, Mark E. English ’64, Rodney G. Dore ’64, David A. Leighty ’63, William E. Green ’63 and Sidney H. Showalter II ’64.

James A. Ibbotson performed at the Florida Museum of Natural History’s ButterflyFest, Oct. 13-14, 2007. Earlier, he performed at the fourth annual American Renewable Energy Day in Aspen, Colo., Aug. 24-25. Jimmy is former lead singer for the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and was the lead vocal for The Ballad of the Monon Bell recording.

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Theodore “Tim” M. Solso, chief executive officer of Cummins Inc., based in Columbus, Ind., and a member of DePauw’s Board of Trustees, received the International Executive of the Year award from the Academy of International Business and the 2007 American Business Award for Best Chairman. Fifteen Alpha Chi Omegas from the Class of 1969, wearing T-shirts imprinted with “Sisters Since the ’60s,” gathered at Saddlebrook Resort, Fla., to celebrate their continuing friendship. (See photo, top previous page.) Barbara Zaring, a self-employed artist in Taos, N.M., had a one-person exhibit of new abstract compositions in oil and chine collè monoprints titled Uncharted Territory at Fenix Gallery, Taos, N.M., Sept. 15-Oct. 31, 2007. The work was derived from the interior space created through 30 years of meditation practice and dream work. The gallery’s Web site is fenixgallery.com. named 2008 District II Superintendent of the Year. The award is presented by the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents. Wendy is now a candidate for a national award for top superintendent. Susan Schaefer Neville spoke at a Prairie Writers Guild conference at St. Joseph’s College, Sept. 22, 2007. Susan is an associate professor at Butler University in Indianapolis. She is author of several books, including Fabrication: Essays in Making Things and Making Meaning, Twilight in Arcadia, Iconography: A Writer’s Meditation and In the House of Blue Lights. Her most recent publication is Sailing the Inland Seas: On Writing, Literature, and Land. John M. Stephen is a partner in the labor and employment department of the Ohio law firm Porter Wright Morris & Arthur. He was ranked as one of Ohio’s leading labor and employment attorneys by John M. Stephen ’76 the publishers of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, June 2007. He has been adjunct professor at Capital University Law and Graduate Center in Columbus, Ohio, since 1987 and co-editor of Ohio Employment Practices Law since 1991. (See photo, above.) Phillip W. Trammell is director of development at the University of Dallas. He is responsible for fund-raising activities, including the annual fund, foundation and corporate giving and major gifts. Jan Walton Rubsam is the owner and chief instructor of ATA Black Belt Academy in Valparaiso, Ind. Jan is a third-degree black belt. She is ranked third in the world in sparring and in the World Top Ten in forms and weapons in her division. She has been Indiana state champion in sparring for four years and is the 2007 state champion in weapons, forms and sparring. Jan is assistant to the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Valparaiso University. In her spare time, she trains for and competes in sprint distance triathlons. She and her husband, Wolfgang, live on a farm, where he runs the only privately owned, wind-powered barbershop in the world. His Web site is wolfsbarbershop.com. Jan’s Web site is www.atabba.net. Her e-mail address is jan.rubsam@gmail.com. R. Lee Wilson is author of Buster’s Christmas Letter: Lessons From a Dog’s Tale of Survival. (See Recent Words, page 16.)

Scott S. Brinkmeyer will be listed in the 2008 edition of the Best Lawyers in America. Scott is a partner and attorney for the law firm of Mika Meyers Beckett & Jones PLC in Grand Rapids, Mich. Doug Frantz is Middle East and Africa bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, based in Istanbul. Doug is a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning finalist and author of several books. Mikella Kaiser Lowe is superintendent of Anderson (Ind.) Community School Corporation. She has completed 36 years of teaching and administration in the district. Her e-mail address is mlowe@acsc.net. Winthrop “Win” S. Morris is project manager for the Columbus, Ind., office of TLS.

1971

Morgan V. Lefferdink is chief executive officer of MVL Group Inc. The company is based in Jupiter, Fla. C. Wayne Perry retired as head football coach at Hanover College at the end of the 2007 season. Wayne is the winningest coach in Indiana collegiate football history. He will lead the athletic fund-raising initiatives and coach the men’s and women’s golf teams at Hanover.

1972

Garey L. Carson retired as a special education instructor. He now works as a chemical dependency counselor for adults and adolescents. Garey continues to be active in the Cincinnati-area music scene, playing in two bands and leading music at his local church. Katherine L. Cauley is director of the Center for Healthy Communities at Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine; co-director of the HealthLink RHIO in Dayton; program director for the Academic Health Education Center and associate professor in the School of Professional Psychology and Boonshoft School of Medicine. She was a judge in the selection of recipients for Health Care Heroes Awards presented by the Business Courier at its 10th annual awards dinner, March 22, 2007, in Cincinnati. Linda Underwood Fernandez is interim superintendent of Goochland (Va.) County Public Schools. Michael B. Wanchic returned as guitarist for John Mellencamp’s 22nd album. Mike has spent more than 30 years working with Mellencamp’s band as producer and musician.

1974

David M. Whatley and Linda H. Heuring ’76 live at 712 S. Lombard Ave., Oak Park, IL 60304. Dave is a consultant with Sogeti, USA. Linda is a freelance journalist and fiction writer. Laura S. Yeo and Thomas R. Clark (Indiana University) were married June 15, 2007. They live at 124 West 73rd St., Indianapolis, IN 46260.

1975

L. Kristina Anderson Thompson has achieved the level of director II with Melaleuca, Inc. Melaleuca, The Wellness Company, is an Inc. 500 company that researches, develops and manufactures the world’s leading wellness products. Kristi’s e-mail address is kristi313@hotmail.com. Wendy Sanders Robinson, superintendent of Fort Wayne (Ind.) Community Schools, was

1973

Linda H. Heuring and David M. Whatley ’75 live at 712 S. Lombard Ave., Oak Park, IL 60304. Linda is a freelance journalist and fiction writer. Dave is a consultant with Sogeti, USA. Ralph “Rusty” J. Mathena is athletic director at Berthoud (Colo.) High School. Rusty teaches classes and coaches football.

1976

Jeffrey L. Hammond wrote the screenplay for the film, I Know Who Killed Me, produced by Sony Pictures and starring Lindsay Lohan. The movie opened in theatres July 2007. (See photo, left.) Jeffrey L. Hammond ’77 Barbara Kingsolver was featured in the UK’s Guardian, June 2007 discussing her latest book, Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: A Year of Food Life. She said in the article,

1977

To change your address call 765-658-4205 or e-mail jenniferhassler@depauw.edu or fax 765-658-4172.

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“I’ve never really lost contact with the land. The real places for me were always outside the concrete.” Barbara and her family live on a farm in Virginia, where they raise or grow the majority of the food they consume. Barbara was named Food Writer of the Year in the October 2007 issue of Bon Appetit. Dr. David S. Macpherson is chief medical officer for VA Healthcare-Veterans Integrated Services Network 4. He oversees operations in Pennsylvania and Delaware as well as portions of West Virginia, New Jersey, Ohio and New York. Nancy O’Donnell Hellyer is a member of the board of directors of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. She is the president and chief executive officer of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center in South Bend, Ind. Cheryl Waldron Musgrave is commissioner of the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance. James C. Alling is president of Starbucks Coffee International. Jim has been with the company since 1997, serving as president of Starbucks U.S. since 2005. Alice E. Ridgway’s Web site is www.kevinalice.us. Alice would like to hear from DePauw classmates.

1983

Thomas L. Vear is co-owner of Donckers soda fountain and ice-cream parlor in Marquette, Mich. Donckers has been a downtown fixture for most of the 20th century. Tom and his co-owner intend to restore the business to its original layout.

1980

Mark W. Grannon and his wife, Gai, live at 15 Franklin Ave., Midland Park, NJ 07432, in a historic house built in 1864. Mark is president of Kathy Santo Pet Enterprises LLC, a media and pet products company. Mark’s e-mail address is mark@grannon.com.

1978

Charles D. Brooks is vice present of government relations for SRA International Inc., a Fortune 500 technology company. Chuck lives in Arlington, Va., with his wife, Mary, and two daughters. His e-mail address is chetz18@aol.com. Sally Saltsman Frick is a professional flutist and has served as flutist and piccoloist for Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra, Waukegan Symphony Orchestra, Spartanburg Philharmonic and Converse College symphonietta.

1979

Dennis R. Erwin is director of finance for Paragon Companies, an Indianapolis-based commercial realty company. David M. Hellmich is editor of Ethical Leadership in the Community College: Bridging Theory and Daily Practice. He is vice president of learning support and academic affairs at Bluegrass Community and Technical College in Lexington, Ky. (See Recent Words, page 17.) Robert S. Martino Jr. is a high school science teacher at Chesterton (Ind.) High School. He and his wife, Marsha, live in Chesterton. Mary G. Meeker was a speaker at the fourth annual conference of Web 2.0. She is managing director of Morgan Stanley in New York City. John F. Stevenson is vice president for strategy and system transformation for Pepsi-Cola North America, a division of PepsiCo, Inc. He has been with PepsiCo for more than 16 years in a variety of sales and general management roles. In his new role, he is responsible for leading bottler transformation efforts across supply chain, information technology and franchise capability. John and his family live in New Canaan, Conn.

1981

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List your career-related opportunities on the DePauw Web site. We can help you recruit excellent candidates for your: • Summer jobs/internships • Full-time jobs (entry-level and experienced) You may post job openings directly to the Web site at www.depauw.edu/ admin/career/alumni/HireDePauw.asp. You may also view students’ résumés at this site. For additional information, please contact: Thomas R. Cath ’76, Director of Career Services Phone: 765-658-4280 Fax: 765-658-4282 E-mail: tcath@depauw.edu

Dianne R. Chase is director of community education at Eanes Independent School District in Austin, Texas. Dianne served as National Accreditation Coordinator for the National Afterschool Association and as executive director and president of Texas Afterschool Association. Joseph W. Dayan is executive director for Indianapolis City Market. Joseph is overseeing renovation of the historic downtown landmark. Douglas A. Fink is the head of IT quality management for Novartis Pharma AG in Basel, Switzerland. He; his wife, Alana; and their two daughters, Rachel, 17, and Rebecca, 13, enjoy exploring all the sights and foods of the three-country region. Doug says, “Little did I know that when I spent the semester abroad in Freiburg, Germany, in 1981, that I would return to the same area on a permanent basis.” Edward E. Lehman has been appointed a guest professor at Shanghai Jiaotong University School of Law for a period of three years. Ed is a partner in the law firm of Lehman, Lee & Xu in Beijing, China. David E. Reid is a member of the board of directors of Indiana’s Shelby County United Fund for You. David is a controller for Ryobi Die Casting (USA) Inc. in Shelbyville, Ind.

1982

Lynn Beimdiek Morris was profiled in an article in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 2007, describing artwork of local artists. Lynn works in painted ceramic pieces for the home and garden. Her work includes vases, dishes, flower pots and bird feeders. John C. Feld has released his first compact disk of original songs, titled Ordinary Life. Amy Fitz Gibbon Sonnenberg has joined the United Way of Greater Houston. She combines her music, business and legal degrees to specialize in fundraising with the Houston legal community. She and her husband, Gary, were married in 1996. Amy has a stepson, daughter-in-law and two grandchildren. D. Louis Glaser and his wife, Rachel, announce the birth of their daughter, Marlowe Steele Glaser, Sept. 8, 2007. Marlowe joins sister Ella Scarlett at 1344 W. Byron St., Chicago, IL 60613. J. Chris Herin is a principal hydrogeologist with Geosyntec Consultants. He provides environmental remediation, risk management and litigation support services to clients throughout the United States. He; his wife, Mary; and their children live in Palm Beach County, Fla. Chris would enjoy hearing from DePauw classmates. His e-mail address is cherin@geosyntec.com. David M. Lockie is president of the Illinoisbased Union Beverage Company. The company distributes wine, spirits and malt beverage products in 12 states. Dr. Stephen E. Strup is chief of the Division of Urology at University of Kentucky College of Medicine. Stephen and his wife, Sue, have two children: Spencer, 14, and Sydney, 8. Ann M. Thomas and Rick Beery (Portland State) were married Oct. 21, 2006, in Kennewick, Wash. They live in Pendleton, Ore. Ann continues her sport psychology practice, The Sports Mind. Her e-mail address is e:thesportsmind@gmail.com. She would enjoy hearing from her DePauw classmates.

1984

Kathy Patterson Vrabeck is president of EA Casual Entertainment.

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William E. Martinov Jr. is senior associate director of athletics for external services and advancement at Stony Brook University in New York. Bryant L. Orem graduated from Basic Class 07-169 of the Indiana Law Enforcement Academy,

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where he was elected president of his class and received the Academic Achievement Award for the highest GPA among the officers. He serves the Zionsville, Ind., police department and also works part-time with the sheriff’s department in Hamilton County (Ind.). Western Reserve University. His e-mail address is james.e.ryan@sbcglobal.net. Andrew G. Dismore is director of paradigm innovation in the product development group of Denny’s Restaurant in Spartanburg, S.C. Victoria Duncan Gardner is director of story development for Cantaloupe LLC, an Indianapolis marketing company that uses unscripted video stories to send its clients’ messages over the Internet. Anne M. Hardwick is executive director of administrative affairs for the College of Health Sciences at the University of Indianapolis. Her e-mail address is anne46202@hotmail.com. Alexandra Keresey Andersson and her husband, Roine, announce the birth of their son, Mattias Keresey Andersson, Nov. 7, 2006. Mattias joins sister Linnea, 4, at their home in Roanoke, Texas. Their e-mail address is r.andersson@verizon.net. Dr. Tracy L. Salinas and her husband, Ryan Brewer, announce the birth of their son, Jackson Matthew Harrison Brewer, June 4, 2007. Tracy’s e-mail address is drtracysal@comcast.net. Seiichiro Yoshii and his wife, Noriko, live at Setagaya 3-22-3, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 154-0017 JAPAN. Seiichiro joined Nomura Securities Company, Ltd., as a member of the global research department’s IT planning staff. He has been a jazz critic and a translator since 2002 and contributes to many books, magazines and Web sites, and he is also an amateur drummer.

1992

Juliana M. Overmier won the Byron Hester Solo Flute Competition in Houston, March 10, 2007. She received a cash prize and will perform a solo concert at the 2008 Flute Fest in Houston. Juliana is a member of Cimarron Wind Quintet and serves as Oklahoma Flute Society’s community outreach chair. She is adjunct instructor of music at East Central University in Ada, Okla.

1987

Treg W. Balding and his wife, Mary, announce the birth of their daughter, Reese Elizabeth Balding, Dec. 8, 2006. Reese Elizabeth joins siblings Will, 5, and Brooks, 3, at their home in Shaker Heights, Ohio. Treg’s e-mail address is tmbalding@aol.com. Angelo J. Loumbas is president-elect of the Rotary Club of Chicago (Rotary/One) for 2009. Rotary/ One is the world’s first rotary club, founded in Chicago in 1905. Its members are business and community leaders Angelo J. Loumbas ’88 dedicated to service, fellowship and ethical leadership in local and world communities. Angelo is an attorney with the Chicago law firm of Echart Kolak LLC. He lives in Park Ridge, Ill., with his wife, Elaine, and their children: John Anthony, 3, and Demi, 1. His e-mail address is ajloumbas@aol.com. (See photo, above.) Jeffrey D. McLaren is senior vice president for the national supply chain services of VHA Inc., the national health care alliance. S. Todd Sturgeon has stepped down from his job as men’s basketball coach at the University of Indianapolis, after 10 seasons of coaching. He was replaced by Royce Waltman, who was DePauw’s head men’s basketball coach from 1987-92.

1988

Craig H. Adams and his wife, Anne M. Myong, announce the adoption of Olivia Jintuan and Zoe Jinjie Adams. The two-year-old twins join Craig and Anne at their home in Beijing, China. Craig works for Extreme Networks. Anne works for Agilent Technologies. Craig’s e-mail address is craig_adams@hotmail.com. Sister Dana M. Augustin professed first vows July 1, 2007, in the Church of the Immaculate Conception at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods in Richmond, Ind. Dana currently ministers as the supervisor of biomass processing, part of the facilities management staff at Saint Mary-of-the Woods. Carol Euken Bledsoe and her husband, John, announce the birth of their son, Benjamin Payton Bledsoe, Aug. 18, 2006. Carol directs the writing center and teaches English at Florida Gulf Coast University in Fort Myers, Fla. John owns a computer business. Carol’s e-mail address is Bledsoe@fgcu.edu. Lisa M. Snider is a senior product manager for consumer marketing for Abbott Laboratories. She is one of the Top 25 Marketers on the DTC Perspectives sixth annual list of a select group of industry leaders representing 16 pharmaceutical companies and more than two dozen brands.

1990

Michael A. and Lindsey (Hart ’97) Chabraja announce the birth of their son, Matthew Nicholas Chabraja, April 23, 2007. Matthew joins sister Emily, 3, at their home in Wilmette, Ill. Their e-mail address is lindseychabraja@comcast.net. James E. Ryan and his wife, Carol, announce the birth of their daughter, Paige Morgan Ryan, July 14, 2006. Paige joins sisters Kaela, 5, and Hannah, 3. Jamie is senior director of benefits and human resources compliance officer at Case

1989

Mindi Braselton Rector and her husband, Charlie, announce the birth of their son, Nathan Charles Rector, May 31, 2007. Nathan joins sister Eden Mei, 2, at their home in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Jeffrey S. Cooper is leading the effort to build an 18,500-seat soccer stadium and to bring a major league soccer team to Collinsville, Ill., a town near St. Louis. Jeff is an attorney and managing partner with SimmonsCooper LLC in East Alton, Ill. He and his wife, Francesca (Moroney ’92) Cooper lives in Edwardsville, Ill. Heather A. Hitchens is executive director of the New York State Council on the Arts. The council works to preserve and expand the state’s cultural resources. Christopher J. Kosobud and his wife, Suzanna, announce the birth of their son, Christopher John Kosobud Jr., April 24, 2007. They live in Dunwoody, Ga. Joseph L. Smith Jr. is a partner in the Indianapolis law firm of Baker & Daniels where he is a member of the government affairs and employment teams. He and his wife, Karen Henry Smith ’94, have two children: Jordan Kennedy, 7, and Joseph L., 4. Jonathan N. Stack returned to DePauw as an instructor in chemistry and biochemistry. He received his doctoral degree in August 2007 from North Dakota State University. He lives in Greencastle, Ind., and enjoys being back on campus. Felicia S. Turner is deputy executive director for American Bankruptcy Institute.

1991

Chanda Coblentz Nichols and her husband, Philip, announce the birth of their daughter, Ashlyn Elizabeth Nichols, May 26, 2007. Ashlyn joins brother Justin, 5. Chanda’s e-mail address is crnichols@hotmail.com. Stephen F. Hayes is author of Cheney: The Untold Story of America’s Most Powerful and Controversial Vice President. Stephen is senior writer at the Weekly Standard as well as the author of the best-selling book, The Connection: How al Qaeda’s Collaboration with Saddam Hussein Has Endangered America. (See Recent Words, page 16.) Dr. Christopher T. and Rebecca (Deaton) Jones announce the birth of their son, James Christopher Jones, Feb. 3, 2007. James joins Mackenzie 11, Bennett, 8, and Sutton, 7, at their home in Walterboro, S.C. Christopher is an ear, nose and throat physician in private practice. Amber Kennedy Miller and her husband, Robert, announce the birth of their son, Jackson Carrick Miller, Dec. 27, 2007. They live in the historic Irvington area in Indianapolis. Amber is a senior human resource specialist with the Department of Defense’s Defense Finance & Accounting Service. Katherine Pell Daniello and her husband, John, announce the birth of their daughter, Julie Katherine Daniello, Dec. 4, 2006. Julie joins brother Michael, 3, at 34030 Joyce Court, Lewes, DE 19958. Katie’s e-mail address is jkdaniello@mchsi.com. Tamika Ragland Nordstrom is an attorney

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with the Atlanta office of Miller & Martin PLLC in the labor and employment department. She is a member of DePauw’s Alumni of Color Advisory Council and the DePauw Board of Visitors. Emily (Smith) and Andrew P. Coolidge and their family have returned to the United States after living for 15 months in Prague, The Czech Republic. They have three children: Abigail, 7; Jane, 5; and Emma, 2. They live at 811 Rotolo Court, Batavia, IL 60510. Tucker J. Waugh is running backs coach at the United States Military Academy at West Point. Tucker previously served five seasons, 2000-04, as Army’s wide receivers coach as well as a recruiting coordinator during the final two seasons. Stephanie Wiley Rodgers and her husband, Todd, announce the birth of their daughter, Taylor Katherine Rodgers, June 9, 2007. Stephanie is a sales development consultant at National City Bank. Todd is a senior attorney with NiSource. They live at 7750 Crawley Drive, Dublin, OH 43017. Stephanie’s e-mail address is serodgers@columbus.rr.com. Addison Pentzer, Jan. 16, 2007. They live in New Albany, Ohio. Scott’s e-mail address is scott. pentzer@yahoo.com. Dr. Adrienne Rasbach and her husband, Bryan Sharpe, announce the birth of their daughter, Aishlin Mary Sharpe, June 12, 2007. Aishlin joins sister Caitlyn, 2, and half-brother Andrew, 9, at 14817 Braemar Ave., E., Noblesville, IN 46062. Adrienne is an OB/GYN in private practice at Riverview Hospital in Noblesville. Her e-mail address is arasbach@ameritech.net. Jane Reinhardt Teeter and her husband, Jeff, announce the birth of their daughter, Lydia Jayne Teeter, Dec. 23, 2006. Lydia joins sister Veronica, 5, at their home in Carmel, Ind. Jane’s e-mail address is jteeter@indy.rr.com. Hugh M. Seyfarth and Stacey Russo (Evansville University) were married June 2, 2007, in Tampa, Fla. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Kristan Seyfarth Kelly ’88, Margaret Mayer Browne ’93, Vincent B. Browne, Andrew S. Graham, Megan Grow Graham and David C. Naftzger. Hugh is head men’s soccer coach at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Fla. His e-mail address is hseyfarth@flsouthern.edu. Stephen P. and Erika (Taylor ’96) Turan announce the birth of their daughter, Lorelei Jane Turan, April 18, 2007. Lorelei joins brother Bennett, 3, at their home in Cincinnati. Erika is a public relations and marketing manager for Jewish Hospital. Steve is a business partner in human resources for Fifth Third Bank. Steve’s e-mail address is turanimal@hotmail.com. Erika’s e-mail address is erika.turan@healthall.com. Richard D. Sucher and his wife, Sarah, announce the birth of their daughter, Stephanie Grace Sucher, July 3, 2007. They live in Springboro, Ohio.

W. Gregory and Amy (O’Neal) Aimonette announce the birth of their daughter, Trudy Pearllabelle Aimonette, June 2, 2007. Trudy joins brother Jack, 6, and sister Eva, 3, at their home in Wheaton, Ill. Amy is a pastor at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Wheaton. Greg is an attorney at Clausen Miller PC in Chicago. Jennifer Clark Hopkins and her husband, Sean, announce the birth of their daughter, Justine Rebecca Hopkins, May 7, 2007. They live at 217 Roscommon Court, Orlando, FL 32828. Jenn works part-time as a registered service assistant to a financial adviser. Sean is a computer analyst and is pursuing a master’s degree in statistics. Jenn’s e-mail address is dzclark@hotmail.com. Jennifer Dalenberg Stockbridge and her husband, Paul, live at 5420 Johnson Ave., Western Springs, IL 60558. They have a daughter, Jane, 6, and a son, Luke, 3. Jen’s e-mail address is on2waveland@comcast.net. Randall K. Damm works for Crowder Construction Company’s civil and environmental division in Apex, N.C. He and his wife, Jennifer, have a son, Nathan, and a daughter, Elly. They live at 208 Weatherbend Court, Holly Springs, NC 27540. Jean Gileno is director of communications for Delta Upsilon International Fraternity. Jean oversees the fraternity’s communication outreach, including the quarterly magazine, electronic communication, and marketing and branding initiatives. She was recently appointed national historian for Delta Zeta sorority. David J. Hersh is chief executive officer of Jive Software in Portland, Ore. A. Scott Pentzer and his wife, Amanda, announce the birth of their daughters, Lucy and

1994

Darci Branch Thomas is senior technical manager at August Mack Environmental Inc., an environmental health and safety consulting firm based in Indianapolis. Brett D. Bean is president of F.E. Moran Alarm and Monitoring Services in Champaign, Ill. Alicia (Cannon) and Anthony D. Alfano announce the birth of their son, Dominic Cannon Alfano, Aug. 19, 2007. Dominic joins sister Tessa Rose, 3, at 1727 W. Surf St., Chicago, IL 60657. Anthony’s e-mail address is aalfano@usw.org. Alicia’s e-mail address is aalfano@golinharris.com. Angela Hicks Bowman, founder and chief marketing officer of Angie’s List, launched an eight-week national tour designed to raise awareness of the dangers of lead poisoning. Ryan J. Johnson is an assistant coach for the University of Northern Colorado women’s basketball program. Richard L. and Anna (Klump) Pilston live at 29 Wyndmere Way, Willow St., Lancaster, PA 17584. Anna is collection services librarian at Elizabethtown College. Rich is a market development manager for DuPont. Their e-mail address is pilston@yahoo.com.

1995

Carrie Appleby Sample won a four-day whirlwind tour of New York City as one of eight grand prize winners of the Weight Watchers 2007 Inspiring Stories Contest. Winners spent one day in the Isaac Mizrahi studio for a photo shoot that will be featured in the January 2008 issue of Weight Watchers Magazine. The other days were spent exploring Times Square, seeing a performance of Spamalot and shopping for fabrics in the Garment District. She would enjoy hearing from her friends. Her email address is carriesample@sbcglobal.net. Matthew R. and Connie (Ostler) Brown announce the birth of their daughter, Cassidy Brown, Jan. 21, 2007. Cassidy joins brothers Keegan, 5, and Peyton, 2, at their home in Forest Park, Ill. Connie and Matt own and operate an old-fashioned ice cream shop called The Brown Cow Ice Cream Parlor in Forest Park, Ill. Matt’s e-mail address is mbrown112@aol.com. Connie’s e-mail address is connie@browncowicecream.com. Elizabeth Neff Petterson is weekend editor and assistant business editor for the Salt Lake Tribune. She was recently profiled in her newspaper’s reader advocate column. Eric J. Petroff is a senior consultant at Hammond Associates. He is a career investment professional and has worked in the industry for more than a decade. He attended Webster University in St. Louis and earned a M.B.A. degree with an emphasis in finance while simultaneously completing the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation. Kendra D. Roberts has created her own line of jewelry, Kendra Studio Jewellery, working from her apartment in New York City. Her specialty is inlay, the art of creating metalwork with recesses for polished stones. Her Web site is www.myksj.com. Brian P. Shannon and his wife, Kelly, announce the birth of their son, Jack Shannon, March 2007. Jack joins sister Madelaine “Maddie”, 4, at their home in Charlotte, N.C. Brian is a partner with the EJB Group, a professional sales organization that partners with companies to help sell their products and services. Brian would enjoy hearing from DePauw classmates. His e-mail address is bpshannon74@hotmail.com. Erika (Taylor) and Stephen P. Turan ’94 announce the birth of their daughter, Lorelei Jane Turan, April 18, 2007. Lorelei joins brother Bennett, 3, at their home in Cincinnati. Erika is a public relations and marketing manager for Jewish Hospital. Steve is a business partner in human resources for Fifth Third Bank. Erika’s e-mail address is erika.turan@healthall.com. Steve’s e-mail address is turanimal@hotmail.com. Sarah Thompson Booher is director for the office of scholarships at Indiana University.

1996

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e-mail address is mrstdk2005@gmail.com. Susan Hutz Worth and her husband, John, announce the birth of their son, Gunnar Riley Worth, Sept. 1, 2007. Gunnar joins brother Cullen, 2, at their home in Chicago. Kiera Kistler Dubach and her husband, Josh, announce the birth of their son, Elijah Justus Dubach, Aug. 1, 2007. Eli joins sister Kylie, 3, and brother Xavier, 1. Kiera is the owner of a photography business in Indianapolis. Her e-mail address is kiera@kdphotography.net. Heather L. McKay and Aaron Jackson were married June 9, 2007, in Dallas. Heather received a master’s degree in management and administrative sciences in 2003 from University of Texas. She works for Lockton Companies, LLC. Her e-mail address is heather.mckay@sbcglobal.net. (See photo, below.) Erin McKinney McKenna and her husband, James, announce the birth of their daughter, Kathleen “Katie” Candler McKenna, Aug. 15, 2007. Katie joins sister Molly, 2, at their home on the west coast of Ireland. Erin’s e-mail address is emckin2000@yahoo.com. Ericka Myrick Pittman and her husband, David, live in Nashville, Tenn. They have a daughter, Nia Melody Pittman, 2. Ericka works for Metro Nashville Public School System. David works in the royalties department of Sony ATV. Andrew “Drew” K. Powell appears in the recently released film, 1408. The film was adapted from a short story by Stephen King. Holly D. Richter and Brad Hardin (Nortre Dame) were married Sept. 4, 2004, at DePauw. Holly is a pediatric anesthesia fellow at Vanderbilt University Children’s Hospital. Brad is a cardiology fellow at Vanderbilt University Hospital. They live at 1316 Morton Mill Court, Nashville, TN 37221. Kimberly Stimmel Coyne and her husband, John, announce the birth of their son, John Andrew Coyne III, April 25, 2007. They live in Mountain Home, Idaho. Kimberly’s e-mail address is kimberlymcoyne@yahoo.com. Molly Wilkinson Chavers is director of Indy Hub, an organization that helps young professionals and newcomers to the Indianapolis area connect with others in the business community.

Matthew W. Bowers ’97 and Emeli L. Irwin wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Daniel M. Swinford ’98 (groomsman), Scott A. Gottman ’98, Jon J. Kazmierski ’97, Michael K. Irwin ’69, Joshua R. Fink ’98, Todd M. Slowinski ’98, Marcia Ride Beckwith ’70, Brandin E. Nelson ’00, Corey Kushiner Green ’99, Demetra Davos ’99, Vanessa Beemer Lyon ’99, Sean C. Petesch ’97 (groomsman), Ioanna Davos ’00, J. Matthew Broughton ’97 (best man), David S. Wheeler ’96, Matthew J. Sigler ’97, Ryan J. Opeka ’00, Scott B. Farnham ’97 (groomsman), Brian W. Rymer ’97 (groomsman), Craig E. Stewart ’98, Joshua W. Burch ’99 and Gregory A. Cain ’98. Attending but not pictured: Mark R. Myers ’96.

Matthew W. Bowers and Emeli L. Irwin (Indiana University) were married March 31, 2007, in Las Vegas. They live at 1026 Wingham Court, Henderson, NV 89052. Matt works in marketing. Emeli is an IT project manager for Harrah’s Entertainment. Matt’s e-mail address is mbowers82@hotmail.com (See photo, above.) Lindsey (Hart) and Michael A. Chabraja ’89 announce the birth of their son, Matthew Nicholas Chabraja, April 23, 2007. Matthew joins sister Emily, 3, at their home in Wilmette, Ill. Their e-mail address is lindseychabraja@comcast.net. Derek W. and Katrina (Spear) Kaczmarek announce the birth of their son, Kenneth Michael Kaczmarek, April 26, 2007. Kenny joins sister McKinley, 4, at their home in Las Vegas. Derek’s e-mail address is derek_kaczmarek@yahoo.com. Sonya Lee Daniels; her husband, Sean; son, Sean, 5; and daughter, Sarah Eliza, 2; live in Nashville, Tenn. Sonya is a homemaker and will complete her certification as a lactation educator in November 2007. Meaghan Reindl Argay and her husband, Michael, announce the birth of their daughter, Adeline Grace Argay, Aug. 26, 2007. Addie joins brother Jack, 3, at their home in Indianapolis. Meaghan writes grants for local high schools and coaches track at Lawrence North High School. Her e-mail address is meaghanargay@hotmail.com. Craig S. Remsen and his wife, Megan, announce the birth of their son, James Sheaffer Remsen, Aug. 7, 2007. Craig and Megan live in Philadelphia. Carolyn E. Whittier is the 2008 president-elect of the Association of Fraternity Advisors, an international organization providing resources, recognition and support for campus fraternity and sorority

1997

advising professionals. Carrie is associate director of programs and educational services at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Va.

Dr. Kevin W. and Charee (Campbell) Condict announce the birth of their son, Calvin Wilson Condict, May 26, 2007. They live at 9662 W. Division Road, Kempton, IN 46049. Kevin completed his orthopaedic residency at the University of Florida in June 2007 and practices in Tipton and Carmel, Ind. Charee is an orthodontist with practices in Tipton and Noblesville, Ind. Amie E. May and Alexander ThurdeKoos (University of Florida) were married Oct. 22, 2005, in Indianapolis. Amie is a surveillance epidemiologist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. The couple lives in Douglasville, Ga. Amie’s

1998

Heather L. McKay ’98 and Aaron Jackson wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Kristin Salib ’99 (bridesmaid), Amy McCall Greene ’99 (bridesmaid), and Gavin G. Greene ’99.

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Jeremiah F. Elrod and Muriel J. Collison announce the adoption of their daughter, Sophia Hope Elrod, from Karaganda, Kazakhstan. Sophia was born July 21, 2006, and became a member of the Elrod family April 3, 2007. Muriel is a junior partner with the law firm of Collison and O’Connor, Ltd., in Chicago. Jerry is a vice president of compliance for Associated Bank. They live at 2228 Walters Ave., Northbrook, IL 60062. Muriel’s e-mail address is murielcollison@hotmail.com. David E. Fonseca and Cristina Daccarett (Purdue University) were married May 19, 2007, in Lake Zurich, Ill. David started his fellowship training in pulmonary and critical care medicine at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics in Iowa City. Heidi Middendorf Bagwell, a member of the St. Francis Medical Group that serves greater Indianapolis, has established a practice at Honey Grove Family Medicine in Greenwood, Ind.

1999

Festival in Caseville, Mich., as well as a teacher at Mount Royal College Conservatory in Calgary. Erin D. Underwood and John McClellan (University of Arizona) were married June 9, 2007, in Edwards, Colo. Erin earned a doctoral degree in communication from University of Colorado and is an assistant professor of communication at Denison University. John is a former PWC and IBM consultant and is pursuing his doctoral degree in organizational communication at University of Colorado. They live in Granville, Ohio. (See photo, below.) Jennifer E. Vance is co-founder, vice president and general manager of LeadJen, an Indianapolisbased marketing and sales company. The company offers employees flexible work arrangements and hires mostly mothers with children in school. The company has gone from six to 40 employees in two years and continues to increase its revenue.

Claire Bishop Abely is one of the new members of the Boston Bar Association’s Public Interest Leadership Program. The leadership training program is for lawyers who have practiced law for less than 10 years. Claire Bishop Abely ’00 Claire is an attorney for the Boston law firm of Foley & Lardner. (See photo, above.) Steven J. Lubiarz is a violinist with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra in Calgary, Canada. Steven is artistic director of the St. Roch Chamber Music

2000

Aaron E. and Eileen (Emison) Booth announce the birth of their daughter, Colette Eileen Booth, July 14, 2007. Eileen is a planner and project manager on historic preservation projects in the community development department for the City of Lafayette, Ind. She earned a master’s degree in historic preservation from the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University in July 2007. Aaron is a salesperson, IT support and technical writer for his family’s farm machinery business. Eileen and Aaron live in a historic kit house in Lafayette. They would enjoy hearing from their DePauw classmates. Eileen’s e-mail address is eileen.e.booth@gmail.com. Aaron’s e-mail address is aaron.e.booth@gmail.com. Brock J. Bowsher is director of finance at Avon (Ind.) Community School Corporation. He works with the corporation’s budget and monitors transportation, food service, and buildings and grounds.

2001

Jacqueline V. Brown is one of the 2007 Ohio Super Lawyers© Rising Stars. She is an attorney with the Dayton, Ohio, law firm of Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L. as well as a member of Dayton Urban League, chairper- Jacqueline V. Brown ’01 son for the diversity committee of the Dayton Bar Association, and serves as a mentor to low-income, at-risk youth. (See photo, above.) Alison Clark Zajdel and her husband, Kyle, announce the birth of their daughter, Magdolyn Mae Zajdel, April 15, 2007. Alison’s e-mail address is kyleandalison@insightbb.com. Brian C. Close is an associate with the law firm of Buckingham, Doolittle & Burroughs, LLP, in Columbus, Ohio. Brian focuses on strategic counseling services for individual and corporate clients in general business, Brian C. Close ’01 real estate and taxrelated transactions. He received a J.D. degree from Capital University Law School in 2005. (See photo, above.) Melissa A. Dorko and Jacob A. Swartz ’02 were married July 22, 2006, in Cincinnati. They live in Chicago. Melissa’s e-mail address is mdorko@hotmail.com. Jacob’s e-mail address is jake_swartz@hotmail.com. (See photo, top next page.) Jarrett L. and Jaclyn (McDaniel ’02) Hicks announce the birth of their son, Owen Kenneth Lee Hicks, Sept. 4, 2007. Owen joins sister Lauren, 2, at their home in Cincinnati. Their e-mail address is jarrettandjaclyn@yahoo.com. Edward H. Inlow is pursuing a M.B.A. degree at the University of Maryland. Mark A. and Julie (Egner) Wilhjelm announce the birth of their daughter, Olivia Marie Wilhjelm, May 25, 2007. Their e-mail address is egnerwilhjelm@yahoo.com.

Erin D. Underwood ’00 and John McClellan wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Gayle Shrock Lessmann ’00 (photographer), Ryan P. Lessmann ’00, Giny Wallace Mullins ’00 and Keely A. Roush ’00.

Scott C. Franson and Katherine E. Starkey ’03 were married Aug. 18, 2007, in Bay View, Mich. (See photo, bottom page 114.) Jaclyn (McDaniel) and Jarrett L. Hicks ’01 announce the birth of their son, Owen Kenneth Lee Hicks, Sept. 4, 2007. Owen joins sister Lauren, 2, at their home in Cincinnati. Their e-mail address is jarrettandjaclyn@yahoo.com. Kristin E. Mehl and Chris Heasley were married July 21, 2007, in Carmel, Ind. They live in

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sales executive for DyKnow, LLC. Kate teaches art at the Noblesville (Ind.) High School. They live in Indianapolis. Michael’s e-mail address is michaelvasey_2003@alumni.depauw.edu.

Melissa A. Dorko ’01 and Jacob A. Swartz ’02 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Sarah M. Holian ’01 (bridesmaid), Heidi Sann Schrage ’01, Marilyn Shepard Dredge ’02 (bridesmaid), David W. Garrison ’01 (groomsman), Susan E. Tingle ’01 (bridesmaid), Sunniva H. Rodgers ’01, Christopher L. Grashoff ’01, Abigail M. Lovett ’01, Sarah Campbell Wood ’01, Kristi L. Merrill ’01, Erica Kruse Garrison ’01, Andrew C. Irwin ’02 (groomsman), Trevor W. Ling ’02, Aaron M. Pollack ’02, Jonathan M. Rauch ’02, Craig M. Fugate ’02, Ashley B. Krieg ’01, Sarah A. McDermond ’02, Lauren White Brooks ’00, Michael S. Brooks ’00 (groomsman), Jacob P. Bracken ’02 (groomsman), Amy Kostrzewa Bracken ’02, Richard S. Dredge ’02, Molly Carrell Pierce ’01, Bradley A. Pierce ’01, A. Wynne Philippe ’01, Brian F. McCord ’01, Abbey Blake Levenshus ’01, Jason C. Walker ’03, Britney Rose Walker ’03, Caleb M. Sutton ’03 and Natalie Deer Sutton ’03. Philadelphia. Their mailing address is P.O. Box 86, Merion Station, PA 19066. Kristin is associate director of conference services at the University of Pennsylvania. Chris is the associate director of residence life at St. Joseph’s University. Kristin’s e-mail address is kemehl@pobox.upenn.edu. Joseph H. Nixon III and Erin M. Greenlee ’05 were married July 14, 2007, in Indianapolis. (See photo, bottom next page.) John P. Porter is a recipient of a Fulbright scholarship in modern history. John is working on his doctoral dissertation in history at the University of Hawaii, Manoa. He will travel to Osaka, Japan, for the 2007-08 academic year as a special researcher at Osaka City University’s Urban Research Plaza. Jacob A. Swartz and Melissa A. Dorko ’01 were married July 22, 2006, in Cincinnati. They live in Chicago. Jacob’s e-mail address is jake_swartz@hotmail.com. Melissa’s e-mail address is mdorko@hotmail.com. (See photo, above.) Council Auditions and received three awards at the district level and 4th place award in the regional finals. She has been performing with the San Francisco Opera Guild, doing school shows of Magic Flute for kindergarten through third graders. She performed the role of Olga in Eugene Onegin, an opera in Russian by Tchaikovsky, with the North Bay Opera in Fairfield, Calif., March 2007. Katherine E. Starkey and Scott C. Franson ’02 were married Aug. 18, 2007, in Bay View, Mich. (See photo, below.) Torrey J. Teats and Katy M. Quirk ’05 were married June 17, 2006, on East College lawn at DePauw. (See photo, page 116.) Michael P. Vasey and Kate Kibler were married July 22, 2006, in Cleveland. Michael is a

David V. Blackburn II is player personnel assistant for the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens. Deborah L. Bushouse’s artwork was displayed in an exhibition at the Tibbits Art Gallery in Coldwater, Mich., July 2007. Deborah works in many mediums, including photography, drawing, painting and ceramics. Her exhibit featured functional pottery and contemporary humorous work. Marie L. Crump and Trevor Bowers were married Oct. 7, 2006, in Memphis, Tenn. They live in Columbia, S.C. Marie’s e-mail address is marielouisebowers@gmail.com. (See photo, top next page.) Anne M. Donnellon is associate art director for Tucker Publishing Group, which publishes the bimonthly Evansville (Ind.) Living and Evansville (Ind.) Business magazines. She is involved in all facets of design, Anne M. Donnellon ’04 including conceptualization and layout as well as being responsible for the layout and design of Indiana Realtor®, a custom magazine for the Indiana Association of Realtors®. (See photo, above.) Shelby Hutchinson Fongers is an account manager for Fusework Studios for the east central region of Indiana.

2004

Jeremy J. Bettis was among a group of Indiana’s Davies County basketball players who participated in an exhibition game with the incoming Indiana University freshman basketball class, August 7, 2007, at North Davies High School. Alyssa L. Klein earned a master’s degree in French literature from the University of Kansas where she received the David A. Dineen Award for pedagogical excellence in French from the Department of French and Italian. Alyssa is pursuing a master’s degree in higher education administration at Vanderbilt University. She lives at 444 Elmington Ave., Apt. 320, Nashville, TN 37205. Her e-mail address is alyssa.klein@vanderbilt.edu. A. Marie Scholten Sokolova, a mezzo-soprano, competed in the Metropolitan Opera National

2003

Katherine E. Starkey ’03 and Scott C. Franson ’02 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Stuart D. Smith ’06, Melissa C. Payne ’03 (maid of honor), Anne McConnell Barth ’71, Susan Leet Smith ’71, Tracy Turner Wolford ’99, Heather Boody Dinn ’02, F. Eugene Rhea ’02 (best man), Zachary A. Miller ’02, Denton C. Jacobs ’02 (groomsman), Brian D. Goad ’02 (groomsman), Matthew P. Dinn ’02, Jacob R. Bosley ’01 (usher), Aaron D. Grant ’02 (groomsman), Michael L. Smith ’70, Meredith A. Miles ’03 (bridesmaid), Michael J. Robinson ’03, T. Andrew Smith ’02 (usher), Ben E. Hancock III ’03 (groomsman) and Gregg A. Barth ’70.

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Patrick J. McGrew and Jaclyn A. Blackwell ’05 were married Sept. 3, 2006, in Westminster, Colo. Jaclyn’s e-mail address is jaclyn_mcgrew@hotmail. com. (See photo, center left.) Colin P. O’Flaherty is production coordinator for the Fox show, The Next Great American Band. He recently worked as production coordinator for the Fox show, So You Think You Can Dance. Kristen N. Pflum and Bryan Jared were married July 22, 2007, in Lexington, Ky. Kristen is a general assignment reporter for WLEX television. Bryan is a Lexington police officer credited with saving the life of the sole survivor from a Lexington plane crash that killed 49 passengers in 2006. Kristen’s e-mail address is kpflum@wlextv.com. (See photo, below.) Marie L. Crump ’04 and Trevor Bowers wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Frank M. Crump IV ’99, Michelle A. Hahn ’02, Kristan A. Loesch ’04, Abigail L. Dalhart ’04 (bridesmaid), Jennifer L. Stevens ’03, Kristen A. Hindman ’05 (bridesmaid), Allison W. Dieffenbach ’04, Adria M. Haley ’04, Kathryn Raphael Schumacher ’04, Mark J. Ditto ’04, Tristan D. Glover ’04, Sean P. English ’04, Matthew M. Jones ’04 and Megan E. Glover ’04.

Jaclyn A. Blackwell ’05 and Patrick J. McGrew ’04 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Melissa S. Beswick ’03, Erin E. Murphy ’05, Ninos Gewargis ’05, Tia A. Nicholas ’04, Abundance L. Boekestein ’04, Melissa E. Paulen ’04, Deborah L. Bushouse ’04, Megan J. Tretter ’05, Sarah E. Eiler ’05, Meghan E. McNulty ’05, Ashley R. Holland ’05, Joseph W. Porter ’05, Christopher M. McGrew ’08, Brian E. Power ’03, Craig S. Snyder ’04, Joshua A. Greulich ’04, Colin P. O’Flaherty ’04, David M. Trogden ’04, Daniel B. Matuszewski ’04, Ashlee M. Nisley ’04 and C. Matthew Middleton ’05.

Jaclyn A. Blackwell and Patrick J. McGrew ’04 were married Sept. 3, 2006, in Westminster, Colo. Jaclyn’s e-mail address is jaclyn_mcgrew@hotmail. com. (See photo, center left.) Kyle A. Cissell co-authored an article, “microRNA Detection: Challenges for the Analytical Chemist,” published in the July 1, 2007, issue of Analytical Chemistry. Kyle is pursuing a doctoral degree in chemistry at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis. Erin M. Greenlee and Joseph H. Nixon ’02 were married July 14, 2007, in Indianapolis. (See photo, bottom left.) Peter E. Ohs won two awards at the 43rd Annual Midwestern Regional Emmy Awards, June 23, 2007. He won an Emmy for Advanced Media-Arts/Entertainment and another in the Human Interest Program category. Katy M. Quirk and Torrey J. Teats ’03 were married June 17, 2006, on East College lawn at DePauw. (See photo, top next page.) Ian M. Stone and Dana E. Hudson were married May 26, 2007, in Gary, Ind. They live at 161 Cumberland Park, Ballwin, MO 63011. Dana earned a master’s degree in music at Washington University in St. Louis. She is administrative director for Union Avenue Opera. Ian is a chiropractic student at Logan College in Chesterfield, Mo. Their e-mail address is stones.dana@gmail.com. (See photo, center next page.) Sara J. Willingham and Robert B. White ’07 were married Aug. 11, 2007, in Greencastle, Ind.

2005

Erin M. Greenlee ’05 and Joseph H. Nixon ’02 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding include Sean K. Lewis ’02 (groomsman), Andrew T. Thayer ’02, Matthew H. Overman ’02, Bryan D. Cuculich ’05, Michael P. Triplett ’06, Daniel J. Sadowski ’02, Brannon W. Hart ’05, Heidi Rochner Thayer ’02, Michael T. Kamp ’01, Troy S. Greenlee ’91, Lindsay E. Tato ’05, Caitlin A. DeBord ’05, Brittan E. Fowler ’05, Bethany G. Brewer ’05, Katherine S. Smith ’05, Lauren E. Saigh ’05 (bridesmaid), Michelle L. Rhodes ’05, Jennifer Miller Triplett ’05, Sarah “Sally” Wallace Heckman ’05 (bridesmaid), Kelly E. Workinger ’05 (bridesmaid) and Alison J. Slipher ’05 (bridesmaid). Attending but not pictured were Eric K. Habig ’93, Twyla Greenlee Habig ’78, John H. Wallace ’76 and Sarah Reese Wallace ’76.

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Sara’s e-mail address is sjwillin@iupui.edu. Robert’s e-mail address is rbwhite@indiana.edu. (See photo, bottom next page.)

Amy E. Eshelman and Zachary W. Adams were married June 30, 2007, in Indianapolis. They live at 192 Old Woolen Mill Lane, Lexington, KY 40511. Amy is a second-grade teacher in Nicholasville, Ky. Zack is studying clinical psychology at the University of Kentucky. Amy’s e-mail address is adams.amye@gmail.com. Zack’s e-mail address is zacharywadams@gmail.com. (See photo, bottom right.) Brian C. Kern is assistant women’s basketball coach at Mount Union College in Alliance, Ohio. Cameron L. Racz ’06 and Scott Evans were married on Aug. 4, 2007, in Tuscon, Ariz. (See photo, top next page.) Jaimes M. Waymouth is the strength and conditioning coach for the athletics programs at Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis.

2006

Katy M. Quirk ’05 and Torrey J. Teats ’03 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Jessica L. Olson ’02, Graham K. Wellman ’05, Benjamin R. Stallsworth ’06, Richard C. Brown ’03, Eric J. Fruth ’02, Tammer A. Farid ’02, Brandon A. Emkes ’01, David M. Trogden ’04, Joshua M. Lamb ’02, Matthew L. DeLeon ’02, Katrina Malhotra ’05, Rachael Henry DeLeon ’02, Ryan J. Fenstermaker ’05, Peter G. Hogg ’05, David P. Bretcher ’06, Johanna L. Fickenscher ’06, Nipun Chopra ’06, Keith A. Marshall ’05, Kathryn L. Gernand ’08, Eric M. Toth ’03, Tiffany C. Carson ’06, Amanda C. Royalty ’06, Abigail S. Laymon ’07, Leslie N. Dillon ’06, Matthew L. Behrensmeyer ’05 and Elizabeth A. Huffman ’06.

Kevin S. Bate is principal cellist of the Evansville (Ind.) Symphony, adjunct faculty member at the University of Evansville and a member of the string quartet that is in residence with both institutions. His e-mail address is kevin. bate@gmail.com. Lauren N. McDermit and Christopher M. Beatrice were married June 16, 2007. (See photo, center next page.) Robert B. White and Sara J. Willingham ’05 were married Aug. 11, 2007, in Greencastle, Ind. Robert’s e-mail address is rbwhite@indiana.edu. Sara’s e-mail address is sjwillin@iupui.edu. (See photo, bottom next page.)

2007

Ian M. Stone ’05 and Dana E. Hudson ’05 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Ashley R. Holland ’05 (maid of honor), Matthew S. Mooney ’05 (groomsman), Jason C. Pease ’05 (usher), Robert L. Bruder ’05, Brier M. Bruner ’04, Patrick J. McGrew ’04, Jaclyn Blackwell McGrew ’05, Linden K. Christ ’05, Evan M. Moore ’05, Lindsay Stewart Runyan ’05, Adam C. Runyan ’05, Kathryn E. Olivier ’05, Meredith I. Henry ’05, Charles M. Middleton ’05 and David M. Trogden ’04.

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Amy E. Eshelman ’06 and Zachary W. Adams ’06 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Kathleen M. DeGan ’05, Elizabeth A. Bryant ’06, Theresa R. Parish ’05, Lauren B. Mandelbaum ’06 (maid of honor), Sara M. Smaltz ’06 (bridesmaid), Zoe S. Gochin ’06 (bridesmaid), Erin V. Szuch ’06, Ryan J. Randolph ’06 (groomsman), Katherine T. La Beau ’06, Jill M. Koehlinger ’05, Suzanne M. Daily ’06, Lisa Klaiber Beckwith ’05, Alexandra J. Nelson ’06, Amanda Grahn Williams ’04, Brandon C. Perry ’07, Laura L. Parks ’08, Christopher J. Jackson ’08, Matthew W. Kukla ’06, Charles W. Carpenter ’06, David C. Simons ’06 (best man), Shannon G. Starr ’06, Elizabeth C. Tassell ’08, Lesley J. Rasp ’06, Ashley G. Marie ’06, Lindsay M. Weber ’06, Kathy Haynes Guiliani ’77, Wrede H. Smith III ’06, Kevin R. Kaiser ’07, Dustin W. Christensen ’08, Justin L. Remmelts ’06 (groomsman), Andrew A. Millis ’06 (groomsman), Kaleb R. Wagoner ’07, Paul T. Raskin ’06, Jonathan J. Staley ’06 and William P. Tank ’08.

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Obituaries
Elizabeth Ensign ’24, Sept. 22, 2006, in Greencastle, Ind., at the age of 104. She retired as vice president from First Citizens Bank and Trust Company in Greencastle after 45 years of service. Mary Bills Smith ’27, June 24, 2007, of Sheridan, Ind., at the age of 102. She was a funeral director and organist as well as a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd N. Smith ’27, and a brother, Mark W. Bills ’23. Frances Fatout Alexander ’28, Jan. 12, 2007, of Charlotte, N.C., at the age of 99. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a homemaker and community volunteer. She was preceded in death by her husband and a cousin, Nellie B. Fatout, Class of 1892. Aileen Noblitt Marshall Graham ’29, Oct. 7, 2006, of Columbus, Ind., at the age of 99. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a lifetime member of the Washington C. DePauw Society. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her first husband, John C. Marshall ’28; a daughter, Susan Marshall Popp ’59, and her second husband. Herbert E. Carter ’30, March 4, 2007, of Tucson, Ariz., at the age of 96. He was a member of Lamba Chi Alpha fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He received an honorary doctoral degree from DePauw in 1952. He began his career at the University of Illinois and served as head of the chemistry department, director of the School of Chemical Sciences and as vice chancellor for academic affairs. After retirement from the University of Illinois, he became the coordinator of interdisciplinary programs at the University of Arizona where he established the biochemistry department, retiring at the age of 94. He received numerous awards for his scientific research in the fields of antibiotics, food additives, carcinogenesis and topics in lipid research. He was preceded in death by his wife, Elizabeth DeWees Carter ’32, and his daughter, Anne Carter Underhill ’55. Martha Biggerstaff Jones ’33, April 8, 2006, in Wabash, Ind., at the age of 94. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She taught English at Noble Township (Ind.) High School from 1948-49 and at Wabash (Ind.) High School from 1949-76. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward K. Jones ’34. Obituaries in DePauw Magazine include name of the deceased, class year, fraternity/ sorority/living unit, occupation and DePauwrelated activities and relatives. When reporting deaths, please include as much information as possible. Newspaper obituaries are very helpful. Information should be sent to Alumni Records, DePauw University, Charter House, 300 E. Seminary Street, P.O. Box 37, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037. You may also FAX us the information at 765-658-4172 or e-mail to jenniferhassler@depauw.edu. Obituaries in DePauw Magazine do not include memorial gifts.

Cameron L. Racz ’06 and Scott Evans wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included M. Monroe Racz ’04, Alandra L. Mosley ’04, Cynthia N. Sandoval ’06, Patricia Pena ’06 and Isabel E. Campos ’07.

Lauren N. McDermit ’07 and Christopher M. Beatrice wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Heather McDermit Brewster ’01 and Claudia A. de Leon ’07.

Robert B. White ’07 and Sara J. Willingham ’05 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Franklin C. Aba-Onu, Jacob K. Stanley ’05, Christina M. Wichert ’06, Cristin D. Neil ’05, Cari B. Willingham ’10 (bridesmaid and sister of the bride), Amanda N. Fenn ’08, Claude “Dan” Price ’06 (groomsman), Alexandra M. Davis, Thomas G. Kaczmarek ’08, Traci Abbott Kaufman ’05, Jonathan J. Staley ’06, Annette Hammes Brolsma ’05 (bridesmaid), Christopher W. Brolsma ’05, Ariane R. Jaskolka ’05, Amanda K. Willingham ’07 (bridesmaid and sister of the bride), Matthew E. Calby ’09, Craig E. Sweeney ’08 (best man), Anthony R. Kaufman ’05, Carlton F. Albrecht ’05, Michael C. Phillipp ’05, Brian T. Daniels ’04, Christopher R. Phillipp ’09 and Drew W. Wyant. Attending but not pictured were Jessica C. Kelly ’06 and David C. Bausman ’06.

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Elizabeth Ensign ’24, Sept. 22, 2006, in Greencastle, Ind., at the age of 104. She retired as vice president from First Citizens Bank and Trust Company in Greencastle after 45 years of service. Mary Bills Smith ’27, June 24, 2007, of Sheridan, Ind., at the age of 102. She was a funeral director and organist as well as a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, Lloyd N. Smith ’27, and a brother, Mark W. Bills ’23. Frances Fatout Alexander ’28, Jan. 12, 2007, of Charlotte, N.C., at the age of 99. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a homemaker and community volunteer. She was preceded in death by her husband and a cousin, Nellie B. Fatout, Class of 1892. Aileen Noblitt Marshall Graham ’29, Oct. 7, 2006, of Columbus, Ind., at the age of 99. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a lifetime member of the Washington C. DePauw Society. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her first husband, John C. Marshall ’28; a daughter, Susan Marshall Popp ’59, and her second husband. Herbert E. Carter ’30, March 4, 2007, of Tucson, Ariz., at the age of 96. He was a member of Lamba Chi Alpha fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He received an honorary doctoral degree from DePauw in 1952. He began his career at the University of Illinois and served as head of the chemistry department, director of the School of Chemical Sciences and as vice chancellor for academic affairs. After retirement from the University of Illinois, he became the coordinator of interdisciplinary programs at the University of Arizona where he established the biochemistry department, retiring at the age of 94. He received numerous awards for his scientific research in the fields of antibiotics, food additives, carcinogenesis and topics in lipid research. He was preceded in death by his wife, Elizabeth DeWees Carter ’32, and his daughter, Anne Carter Underhill ’55. Martha Biggerstaff Jones ’33, April 8, 2006, in Wabash, Ind., at the age of 94. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She taught English at Noble Township (Ind.) High School from 1948-49 and at Wabash (Ind.) High School from 1949-76. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward K. Jones ’34. Obituaries in DePauw Magazine include name of the deceased, class year, fraternity/ sorority/living unit, occupation and DePauwrelated activities and relatives. When reporting deaths, please include as much information as possible. Newspaper obituaries are very helpful. Information should be sent to Alumni Records, DePauw University, Charter House, 300 E. Seminary Street, P.O. Box 37, Greencastle, IN 46135-0037. You may also FAX us the information at 765-658-4172 or e-mail to jenniferhassler@depauw.edu. Obituaries in DePauw Magazine do not include memorial gifts.

Cameron L. Racz ’06 and Scott Evans wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included M. Monroe Racz ’04, Alandra L. Mosley ’04, Cynthia N. Sandoval ’06, Patricia Pena ’06 and Isabel E. Campos ’07.

Lauren N. McDermit ’07 and Christopher M. Beatrice wedding. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Heather McDermit Brewster ’01 and Claudia A. de Leon ’07.

Robert B. White ’07 and Sara J. Willingham ’05 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Franklin C. Aba-Onu, Jacob K. Stanley ’05, Christina M. Wichert ’06, Cristin D. Neil ’05, Cari B. Willingham ’10 (bridesmaid and sister of the bride), Amanda N. Fenn ’08, Claude “Dan” Price ’06 (groomsman), Alexandra M. Davis, Thomas G. Kaczmarek ’08, Traci Abbott Kaufman ’05, Jonathan J. Staley ’06, Annette Hammes Brolsma ’05 (bridesmaid), Christopher W. Brolsma ’05, Ariane R. Jaskolka ’05, Amanda K. Willingham ’07 (bridesmaid and sister of the bride), Matthew E. Calby ’09, Craig E. Sweeney ’08 (best man), Anthony R. Kaufman ’05, Carlton F. Albrecht ’05, Michael C. Phillipp ’05, Brian T. Daniels ’04, Christopher R. Phillipp ’09 and Drew W. Wyant. Attending but not pictured were Jessica C. Kelly ’06 and David C. Bausman ’06.

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W. Jean Maggee Goold ’34, May 3, 2007, in Pontiac, Ill., at the age of 94. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She taught music at public schools. She was a professional accompanist, taught private piano and organ, and served as a church organist for 30 years. She was preceded in death by her husband; an uncle, Roy O. West, Class of 1890; niece, Helen West Cannon ’27; nephewin-law, LeGrand Cannon ’27; and grandniece, Louise Cannon Frances ’52. Her survivors include a grandniece, Sylvia Cannon O’Connor ’56. Martha Watson Gerber ’34, June 20, 2007, in Tell City, Ind., at the age of 94. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She was a social worker for the welfare department in Cannelton, Ind., and later, an office manager for Gerber Oil Company. She was preceded in death by her husband. Earl C. Townsend Jr. ’36, Aug. 7, 2007, of Indianapolis, at the age of 92. He was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and a Rector Scholar. He was the senior partner in the Indianapolis law firm of Townsend and Townsend from 1941 until his death as well as a collector of Indian relics, an author, artist, songwriter and television announcer. He was preceded in death by his wife. His survivors include a granddaughter, Elizabeth Townsend Laughlin ’99. Ella Carney Timothy ’37, July 20, 2007, of Centralia, Ill., at the age of 91. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was a dietitian for the United States Medical Department and later, director of volunteer services at the Warren G. Murray Children’s Center in Centralia, until her retirement in 1985. She was preceded in death by her husband. Her survivors include a daughter, Charlene K. Timothy ’71, and son, Dr. John W. Timothy Jr. ’73. Mary Poucher McCune ’37, July 4, 2007, in Rochester, Pa., at the age of 92. She was a member of Kappa Alpha Gamma sorority. She was a retired social worker and supervisor for the Pennsylvania Department of Welfare. She was preceded in death by her grandfather, John Poucher, Class of 1865; her father, George E. Poucher, Class of 1901; mother, Sara Darby Poucher, Class of 1903; brother, George E. Poucher ’34; three sisters, Sara Poucher Fogel ’27, Ruth Poucher Howarth ’29 and Margaret Poucher DeSelm ’31; sister-in-law, Marcia Smith Poucher ’34; four aunts, Anna Poucher, Class of 1893, Lucie Poucher, Class of 1900, Martha Poucher Class of 1908 and Olive Poucher, Class of 1891; and three uncles, Charles H. Poucher, Class of 1890, William T. Poucher, Class of 1898, and John F. Poucher, who attended in 1889. Marjorie Smith Ross ’37, June 9, 2007, of Everett, Wash., at the age of 91. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband; a brother, V. Maurice Smith ’35; and a sister-in-law, Nell Hunter Smith ’35. John M. Buchanan ’38, June 25, 2007, in Lexington, Mass., at the age of 89. He was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He began his career in 1943 as a member of the physiological chemistry department at University of Pennsylvania Medical School. In 1953 he joined Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a professor of biology and as director of the division of biochemistry. His survivors include his wife. James V. Martin ’38, Nov. 12, 2006, of Washington, D.C., at the age of 89. He was a member of the Men’s Hall Association. He was a Rector Scholar and member of Phi Beta Kappa. He was a retired Foreign Service officer and Navy Japanese language intelligence officer. He was preceded in death by his mother, Esther Ludwig Martin ’05, and his wife, Elizabeth Smith Martin ’39. Mildred Wessel Lawrence ’38, July 1, 2007, of Youngstown, N.Y., at the age of 91. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She was a private piano teacher for several years and later a public school music teacher, retiring in 1975. She was preceded in death by her husband, Earl J. Lawrence ’38. Walter G. Zimmermann ’38, July 3, 2006, of Atlanta at the age of 91, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He retired as the southern regional sales and marketing manager for Western Shade Cloth Company/Joanna Western Mills, after 43 years of service. He was preceded in death by his first wife, and a sister, Elizabeth Zimmermann Howard ’34. His survivors include his second wife. Shirley Johnson Grace ’39, April 20, 2007, of Phoenix, at the age of 90. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband. Thelma Miles Keller ’39, April 6, 2007, of Thonotosassa, Fla., at the age of 89. She was a retired public school music teacher as well as an organist and pianist at various churches. She was preceded in death by her husband. Suzanne Summers ’40, Aug. 4, 2007, of New York City, at the age of 88. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She retired as personnel director from Gibbs & Cox. Carolyn Dixon Payne ’41, May 20, 2007, of Indianapolis, at the age of 87. She was a member of Alpha Phi sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her mother, Caroline Barrows Dixon Class of 1906; an uncle, Frederic I. Barrows, Class of 1897; and two cousins, Rosalind Barrows Chenoweth ’38 and Marion Barrows Dowling ’26. Her survivors include a cousin, Alvin H. Barrows ’44. Marjorie J. Mueller ’41, May 9, 2007, of Indianapolis, at the age of 89. Her lifelong interest was her collections of military patches, insignias and rare books. Mary Ball Fry ’42, May 10, 2007, of Seminole, Fla. , at the age of 86. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her father, Clarence R. Ball ’16; mother, Kathleen Williams Ball ’18; and brother-in-law, Robert D. Fry ’32. Her survivors include her husband. Warren W. Brown ’42, July 1, 2007, of Tucson, Ariz., at the age of 86. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He retired as chairman and chief executive officer of Massillon Steel Casting Company in Massillon, Ohio. His survivors include his wife and a son, Jeffrey C. Brown ’69. Mary Elizabeth “Betty” Clase Felice ’42, May 4, 2007, of Hyannis, Mass., at the age of 85. She was a homemaker and later, a legal secretary until her retirement in 1992. RobertW. Lundin ’42, May 3, 2007, of Wheaton, Ill., at the age of 87. He was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He retired as the William R. Kenan Professor of Psychology from Sewanee:The University of the South at Sewanee, Tenn., after more than 30 years of service. He was the author of eight academic textbooks. His survivors include his wife. Virginia Olson Wilkinson ’42, July 24, 2007, of Evanston, Ill., at the age of 87. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega fraternity. She worked in the development offices of Rosary College and Loyola University. Her survivors include her husband and a daughter, Sarah “Sally” Wilkinson Gilbert ’73. Judith Wright Borger Moreing ’42, June 5, 2007, of Atherton, Calif., at the age of 86. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was an accomplished pianist, violinist, singer and composer, and a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her first and second husband. Mary Muncie Hensler ’43, June 15, 2007, in Hanover, Ind. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was a retired registered nurse. She was preceded in death by her father, Emery O. Muncie ’16, and mother, Eunice Teaford Muncie ’23. Her survivors include her husband and a brother, Harold R. Muncie ’52. John R. Warner ’43, July 18, 2007, of Rocky Road, Ohio, at the age of 86. He was a member of Delta Chi fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He retired as senior vice president of Ferry Cap and Set Screw Company in Cleveland. He was preceded in death by his mother, Lelah Randle Warner Class of 1907; two uncles, Edwin H. Randle ’17 and Foster S. Randle ’13; and an aunt, Helen Prewitt Randle ’15. His survivors include his wife; a brother, Edwin E. Warner ’38; and a niece, Katherine Warner Waller ’69. Marion Wrege May ’43, July 26, 2007, of Kennett Square, Pa., at the age of 86, from cancer. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was a homemaker and community volunteer. Her survivors include her husband; a daughter, Marietta May Willman ’68; and a granddaughter, Alys M. Willman ’96. Frederick B. Hobe ’44, March 24, 2007, of Fort Atkinson, Wis., at the age of 84. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He was an attorney in Fort Atkinson and Milton, Wis. His survivors include his wife, Jean Gilchrist Hobe ’44. Anna Moore Wintle ’44, Sept. 1, 2007, of West Lafayette, Ind., at the age of 84. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She was a homemaker and professional volunteer. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frederick Wintle ’45. Fred R. Jensen’45, Dec. 18, 2005, of Evans, Ga., at the age of 82. He was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. He was a retired engineer with McGregor Golf Company in Albany, Ga. His survivors include his wife. Carolyn C. Crandall ’46, May 16, 2007, of Harwich, Mass., at the age of 82. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was director of admissions at Wheaton College. Later, she was

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administrative director of surgery at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, retiring in 1988. Her survivors include a sister, Charlotte Crandall Shumway ’49; brother-in-law, William E. Shumway Jr. ’48; and niece, Shana J. Horan ’88. Sarah Dorman Bailey ’46, May 30, 2007, of Ogden Dunes, Ind., at the age of 82. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was a homemaker and involved in the family businesses. Her survivors include her husband, Robert B. Bailey ’47; a son, John R. Bailey ’75; and daughter-in-law, Jennifer J. Bailey ’71. Byron F. Doenges ’47, May 26, 2006, in Pittsboro, N.C., at the age of 83. He was a member of Lamba Chi Alpha fraternity. He was a lifetime member of the Washington C. DePauw Society. From 1948-50 he was a faculty member and administrator at Punahou Senior Academy, Honolulu. From 1951-56 he served as director of scholarships and student loans at Indiana University as well as assistant dean of the College of Arts and Sciences from 1955-65. From 1965-71 he served as professor of economics and dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Willamette University in Salem, Ore. From 1972-1993 he held several positions in the Arms Control and Disarmament Agency in the Department of State in Washington, D.C., serving under five presidents of the United States. His survivors include his wife, Elaine Aiken Doenges ’47, and a brother, Richard C. Doenges ’51. Marjorie Lee Lester ’47, April 1, 2006, of Ashland, Ore., at the age of 78. She was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She was a retired Christian church minister. She was preceded in death by her husband. Elizabeth Martin Garrison ’47, June 6, 2007, of Lincoln, Neb., at the age of 82. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was a social worker and homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband. Her survivors include a son, Thomas M. Garrison ’77. Katherine Pleune Lash ’47, March 25, 2007, of Maryville, Tenn., at the age of 81. She was a member of Alpha Phi sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband. William L. Cline ’48, June 5, 2007, of Bluffton, Ind., at the age of 82. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He was chief executive officer of the Cline Lumber Company from 1960 until his retirement in 2000 as well as an officer of Hoosier Grain Company and several Cline lumber companies in Northeast Indiana. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Albert B. Cline, Class of 1890; grandmother, Mary Phillips Cline, Class of 1885; father, Lloyd M. Cline ’19; mother, Lois Shirley Cline ’21; uncle, William L. Cline ’48; brother-inlaw, Usher G. Colson ’41; and his wife. His survivors include a sister, Martha Cline Colson ’43. Bernard A. Casady ’48, April 23, 2007, in Fort Myers, Fla., at the age of 81. He was employed for more than 25 years by the parts and service division of Ford Motor Company in Indianapolis, retiring in 1985. His survivors include his wife; a son, Timothy T. Casady ’80; and a daughter-in-law, Darby Ragan Casady ’82. Phyllis Farquharson Baillif ’48, June 26, 2007, in Bloomington, Minn., at the age of 82. She was a homemaker as well as a teacher of children with learning disabilities. She was preceded in death by her husband. Harriet Mendenhall Rein ’48, July 7, 2007, of Tucson, Ariz., at the age of 79, after a six-year struggle with breast cancer. She was a homemaker as well as a freelance illustrator and a public school art teacher. Her survivors include her husband, Joseph A. Rein Jr. ’47. Heath C. Steele ’48, July 20, 2007, of Ann Arbor, Mich. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He and his wife were co-owners of Snelling & Snelling, Bryant Bureau and Uniforce Staffing Services for more than 30 years in the Lansing, Mich., area. He was preceded in death by his wife, Alyson Wise Steele ’49. His survivors include a daughter, Shelley J. Steele ’72. Gladys Tall Tsaros ’48, Jan. 20, 2007, in Western Spring, Ill., at the age of 80. She was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She was a homemaker and community volunteer. She had been a member of the DePauw Alumni Board of Directors. Her survivors included her husband; and a daughter, Julie Tsaros Rominger ’76. James L. Green ’49, March 13, 2004, of Noblesville, Ind., at the age of 80. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He was employed by the Firestone Industrial Products Company, retiring after 36 years of service. His survivors include his wife, Phyllis Whitcomb Green ’46 and a grandson, Thomas M. Green ’02. Walter G. Habenicht ’49, May 15, 2007, of Laguna Woods, Calif., at the age of 81. He was a member of Phi DeltaTheta fraternity. He was a partner in C.R. Davis Company Industrial Rubber Supplies in Los Angeles. His survivors include his wife. Mary Hoagland DeVaney ’49, May 7, 2007, of St. Louis, at the age of 80. She was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She was a public school teacher in the Ladue (Mo.) school district for 30 years. Her survivors include a sister, Helen Hoagland Graham ’52, and a nephew, Robert C. Graham III ’77. Ralph L. Houser ’49, Sept. 18, 2006, in Lebanon, Ind., at the age of 81. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He was executive director of the Lebanon Boys Club and a part-time teacher at Lebanon Junior High School from 1953-63. From 1963-72 he was an assistant director of personnel training services for National Boys Clubs of America in New York City. From 1972-73 he was development director of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, and then a sales representative for Earl Nightingale Human Resource Materials for a number of years. Denton G. Nutter Jr. ’49, in Falmouth, Mass., at the age of 80. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He was employed at Vita Needle Company in Needham, Mass., for more than 40 years, retiring as treasurer. His survivors include his wife. Jeanne Roberts Novotny ’49, July 5, 2007, in Gaithersburg, Md., at the age of 79, after a long battle with cancer. She worked as an advocate for persons with autism and other disabilities. She was preceded in death by her husband. Kenneth R. Kruger ’50, June 8, 2007, of Portland, Ore., at the age of 83. He had been a lumber broker for Evans Products in Beaverton, Ore. His survivors include his wife. David M. Seat ’50, March 24, 2007, in Centerville, Iowa, at the age of 80. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He had been employed as a department head for J.C. Penney & Company. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Marshall H. Seat ’50 and William R. Seat III ’43, and a sister, Elizabeth Seat Scott ’44. His survivors include two nieces, Susan Seat Battreall ’87 and Maryanne Seat Macris ’88, and a nephew-in-law, Stephen R. Battreall ’87. Margaret Edminster Kimmel ’51, Aug. 19, 2007, in Chippewa Falls, Wis., at the age of 78. She was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She was a physical education teacher as well as a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband. Helen Holderman Schmult ’51, March 25, 2007, of Winfield, Ill., at the age of 77. She was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She was a homemaker. Her survivors include her husband, Floyd R. Schmult ’51, and a son, Douglas G. Schmult ’76. Herbert A. Kern ’51, Aug. 4, 2007, of Bozeman, Mont., at the age of 78. He was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He was a retired vice president of marketing for Olin Corporation in Stamford, Conn. His survivors include his wife and a daughter, Julie W. Kern ’80. Spence Warren ’51, July 31, 2007, of San Antonio, Texas, at the age of 78, from complications resulting from cancer. He was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He was the founder and president of Perfection Furniture Company in Hickory, N.C., as well as director of The National Association of Furniture Manufacturers and president of Seth Thomas Clocks. Later in his career, he served as associate dean of the School of Business at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., as well as the director of career development and placement at Jones School of Business at Rice University in Houston. His survivors include his wife. Ellen Todrank Rudolph ’51, April 13, 2007, of Bloomington, Ind., at the age of 80. She was an elementary school teacher in Russellville, Ind., and in Fairfield, Conn.; a librarian at Temple University in Philadelphia; and gifts librarian for Indiana University in Bloomington, Ind. She was preceded in death by her brother, Gustave Todrank ’48. Her survivors include her husband, LaVere C. Rudolph ’48. Gertrude Bishop Davies ’52, Dec. 17, 2005, of Chappaqua, N.Y., at the age of 75. She was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She was a homemaker. She was the former owner of the Carousel Stationery Store in Chappaqua. Her survivors include her husband. John D. Strasma ’53, July 13, 2007, of Madison, Wis., at the age of 75. He was a member of the Men’s Hall Association and a Rector Scholar. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He was a professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin in the agricultural and applied economics departments. He was preceded in death by two aunts, Margaret Poucher DeSelm ’31 and Eula Clifton Strasma ’30; two uncles, Clemont DeSelm ’32 and Edward J. Strasma ’30; and a cousin, Thomas A. DeSelm ’56. His survivors include his wife;

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a sister, Gretchen Strasma Rauschenberg ’55; a brother, James F. Strasma ’71; and three cousins, Norman E. Strasma ’55, David P. DeSelm ’64 and R. Jan Strasma ’66. Betty Thoma Weikert ’53, Aug. 6, 2007, of Minneapolis, at the age of 75. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a retired elementary school teacher and homemaker. She was preceded in death by her father, William H. Thoma ’22, and her mother, Harriet Geiger Thoma ’23. Her survivors include her husband, George F. Weikert ’51, and two sisters, Jane Thoma Hammond ’57 and Patricia Thoma Mallers ’61. Margaret Ticknor Paul ’53, June 21, 2007, of Brooklyn, Conn., at the age of 78. She was a homemaker, and later a nutrition consultant for the University of Connecticut and a lecturer for Weight Watchers International, retiring in 1988. She was preceded in death by her husband, Melville W. Paul ’51. Rev. David W. Widmoyer ’53, June 12, 2007, of Nappanee, Ind., at the age of 76. He was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He was a United Methodist minister for more than 40 years. He served as Nappanee city judge from 1980-2006. He and his wife owned and operated B & B Restaurant in Nappanee, from 1952-93. His survivors include his wife and a daughter, Gail Widmoyer Alexander ’82. Ann Stiefel King ’54, June 13, 2005, in Topanga, Calif., at the age of 72, from cancer. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was an advertising art director and graphic designer for more than 35 years in Los Angeles. Her employers included Foote, Cone & Belding, the United California Bank and the United States Forest Service, where she helped make Smokey Bear one of the best known advertising icons in America. Valerie Hardcastle Schamel ’54, May 19, 2007, of St. Louis, at the age of 74. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was a homemaker and community volunteer. She was preceded in death by her husband and a brother, Richard R. Hardcastle Jr. ’52. Her survivors include a sisterin-law, Carol Andersen Hardcastle ’52, and a nephew, Jeffrey L. Hardcastle ’81. James D. Limestall ’54, April 3, 2007, in Oklahoma City, Okla., at the age of 75. He was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. He was a dentist in private practice as well as an adjunct professor for Oklahoma University Dental School. His survivors include his wife. Janis Campbell Totman ’55, May 14, 2007, in Tucson, Ariz., at the age of 73, from pulmonary complications. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was a homemaker. Her survivors include her husband, James M. Totman ’55, and a daughter, Julie Totman Springer ’84. Mimi Johnson Freeman ’55, Sept. 13, 2007, in Kent, Ohio, at the age of 71. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She retired as a professional geologist with URS Consultants in Cleveland. She was a homemaker and community volunteer. Her survivors include her husband and a sister, Ernestine Johnson Beattie ’58. Carol Hornsby Kassabian ’56, July 18, 2007, of Lincoln, Mass., at the age of 73. She was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She was a homemaker and community volunteer. Her survivors include her husband and a brother, Charles C. Hornsby ’58. Evelyn Munn Read ’56, Sept. 18, 2007, of Chesterton, Ind., at the age of 73. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was a homemaker. She was a teacher and superintendent of the First United Methodist Church Sunday School. Her survivors include her husband and a son, James T. Read ’78. Robert J. Sell ’56, July 20, 2007, in Ruskin, Fla., at the age of 73. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He was the owner and operator of Real Estate Appraisal Service in Indianapolis, retiring in 1997. His survivors include his wife, Mary Stolz Sell ’57; a step-brother, Charles M. Simons ’64; and a step-nephew, Charles R. Simons ’96. Bruce M. Hall ’57, June 17, 2007, of Schaumburg, Ill., at the age of 72. He was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. He was a manager for Rollex Corporation in Elk Grove Village, Ill. James R. Newpart ’59, June 1, 2007, of Nashville, Tenn., at the age of 69, after a lengthy illness. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He was a salesman and branch manager for IBM in Cincinnati; Washington, D.C.; New York City; and Nashville, Tenn. Later, he was owner and president of Morrison Business Furniture in Nashville. His survivors include his wife, Myrna McGreevy Newpart 59; a sister, Marilyn Newpart Leis ’52; brother-in-law, Charles A. Leis ’52; brother-in-law, Raymond E. McGreevy ’54; sister-in-law, Sarah E. McGreevy ’56; two nieces, Nancy Leis Kota ’76 and Susan Leis Thiele ’79; a grandnephew, Christopher H. Thiele ’06; and a grandniece, Elizabeth M. Thiele ’08. Ralph R. Owens ’60, July 25, 2007, of Sequim, Wash., at the age of 69. He was a programmer and auditor with A.C. Nielsen, and later a tax auditor for the state of California’s franchise tax board. John McRae “Mac” Thorlton ’61, former director of alumni relations at DePauw, died Aug. 5 at the age of 68. (See full obituary at left.) Margaret Kearns Baldwin ’62, May 22, 2006, in Seattle at the age of 65. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was head librarian at Holy Names Academy in Seattle, and later an adjunct faculty member at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash. Her survivors include her husband. Larry R. Salmela ’62, April 20, 2007, of Port

Mac Thorlton ’61 was DePauw’s director of alumni relations 1993-2000
John McRae “Mac” Thorlton ’61, former director of alumni relations at DePauw, died Aug. 5 at the age of 68. He passed away at his home in Estero, Fla., with his family at his side, of complications from a lengthy illness caused by Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, a rare progressive disease that causes scarring of the lungs. Thorlton, a native of Greencastle, was a graduate of Greencastle High School Class of 1957 and a scholarship graduate of DePauw, where he received a B.A. degree with a double major in English and psychology. He joined the Western Electric Co. after graduation, and shortly thereafter he entered the U.S. Navy in the Officer Candidate Program at Newport, R.I. He was commissioned ensign in 1962 and served four years on active duty as a communications officer in Hawaii and aboard ship during the Johnston Island Pacific Nuclear Tests. He remained on active reserve status for another six years, retiring with rank of lieutenant commander. He returned from military service to Western Electric in 1966, where he moved up the ranks and was relocated around the country several times with assignments of increasing responsibility in Chicago, Indianapolis, Seattle and Denver. He retired in 1991 after 30 years of service from then AT&T Network Systems (now Lucent Technologies), as marketing director in Morristown, N.J. In 1993 he returned to his alma mater with his wife, Dianne Harrison Thorlton ’61, to lead the University’s alumni program until his retirement in 2000. He and his wife are members of the University’s W.C. DePauw Society. In 2006 the DePauw Alumni Association presented him with the Community Leadership Award, given to alumni in recognition of significant contributions to their communities and organizations. He was active in the Naples DePauw Alumni Club. Thorlton and his wife built a home in Copperleaf at the Brooks, Estero, in 2001, after their retirement. He was very active in their new community, enjoying golf, serving as vice president and president of his neighborhood community association, chair of the Copperleaf’s communications committee, chair of the Copperleaf Council of Presidents and as secretary, vice president and president of the 570-member master association’s board of directors. He was a founding member of the Copperleaf Foundation, which has raised more than $100,000 for Lee County (Fla.) nonprofit agencies since its founding in 2003. Thorlton was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife of 45 years, Dianne Harrison Thorlton, a son, Tim (Fall City, Wash.) and his children, Erika and Cole; and daughter, Kristine (Thorlton) Batross (Danville, Calif.), her husband Michael, and their sons Kyle and Jacob. He is also survived by a sister, Carole Thorlton Piech Gorsich, Naperville, Ill.; her husband, Dr. Robert Gorsich; two nieces, and a nephew and their children. A memorial service was held on Aug. 10 at Joanne’s House, Hope Hospice. Remembrances may be made in lieu of flowers to the Coalition for Pulmonary Fibrosis at www.pulmonaryfibrosis.org/donate.htm, DePauw University or the Copperleaf Golf Club Foundation, designated for Joanne’s House at Hope Hospice, Bonita Springs, FL 34135.

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Lucie, Fla., at the age of 69. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He was employed by Western Electric Company in Littleton, Colo., until his retirement. His survivors include his wife. Judith MacFall LaCroix ’63, May 25, 2007, in Clovis, Calif., at the age of 66. She was a member of Alpha Phi sorority. She was a retired public health nurse. She was preceded in death by her husband; her father, Russell P. MacFall ’25; and an uncle, Frank MacFall ’28. Her survivors include a sister, Joyce MacFall Roderick ’59. Patricia A. White ’65, Jan. 9, 2007, of Ithaca, N.Y., at the age of 63. She worked in college, university and public libraries during the past 35 years. Jackie J. “Jack” Armstrong ’66, July 17, 2007, in Indianapolis, at the age of 63, after an extended illness. He was a Rector Scholar. He retired in 1998 as the editor and publisher of the News-Gazette in Winchester, Ind. He was a contributing writer for United Press International, Associated Press, The Indianapolis Times and The Indianapolis Star. His survivors include his wife. Dr. Julia F. Farmer ’67, June 2, 2004, in New York City, at the age of 58, from two massive strokes. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was an emergency room physician in New York City. Patricia A. Melnik ’67, Jan. 30, 2007, in Toronto, Canada, at the age of 61. She held several clerical positions in both the government and private industry. She was preceded in death by her sister, Barbara Melnik Weil ’63. Margaret Adolphsen Holmberg ’68, in Bethesda, Md., at the age of 60, She was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She taught sixth-grade reading and English at Rocky Hill Middle School in Montgomery County, Md. Later, she was an editor with the consulting firm of Professional Management Research Group, Inc. Her survivors include her husband; sister, Cynthia Adolphsen Rasp ’70; nephew, Kevin C. Rasp ’04; niece, Lesley J. Rasp ’06; and niece-in-law, Brady K. Jones ’04. Richard T. Harwood ’68, Aug. 8, 2007, of Portland, Ore., at the age of 60. He was a sculptor and owned and operated Townsend Gallery in Portland. His survivors include a sister, Susan Harwood ’67. Gary M. Sons ’77, March 8, 2007, of Owensboro, Ky., at the age of 51. He was employed by Sears & Roebuck in Memphis, Tenn., for 18 years. Rande B. Holton ’78, Sept. 3, 2006, of Noblesville, Ind., at the age of 50. He was a systems manager at DePauw, and later a computer software engineer for EDS Electronics. E. Patricia Ward Bortner ’78, Aug. 11, 2007, of Bristol, Ind., at the age of 51, from drowning while rafting near Oak Hill, W.Va. She was a member of Alpha Phi sorority. She was a homemaker. Her survivors include her husband. David C. Petree ’80, June 24, 2007, of Centerville, Ohio, at the age of 49. He was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. He was a pharmaceutical representative with Ortho Biotech for many years, and later, a financial adviser with Morgan Stanley of Dayton, Ohio. His survivors include his wife, Jane Pheiffer Petree ’81; brother, Steven C. Petree ’77; and a sister, Karen Petree Cashman ’79. Mary Jane Black, Aug. 3, 2007, of Greencastle, Ind., at the age of 94. She was employed in the bookstore at DePauw for more than 30 years. She was preceded in death by her husband. Virginia R. Clark, Aug. 30, 2007, of Fillmore, Ind., at the age of 87. She retired from the Bursar’s Office at DePauw. She was preceded in death by her husband. Terry K. Gorham, Aug. 26, 2007, of Greencastle, Ind., at the age of 53. He had worked as a cook at Delta Tau Delta fraternity at DePauw. He was an independent insurance agent for several years. Bishop Edward W. Jones, July 28, 2007, in Bloomington, Ind., at the age of 78. He served 20 years as the bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis, retiring in 1997. He was a former member of the DePauw Board of Visitors and

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received an honorary degree from DePauw. His survivors include his wife. John E. Swearingen, Sept. 14, 2007, in Birmingham, Ala., , at the age of 89, of pneumonia. He was a lifetime member of the Washington C. DePauw Society. He received an honorary degree from DePauw. He was a past trustee of DePauw, serving from 1966-81, and an advisory trustee in 1985. He was president of DePauw’s Board of Fellows in 1965 and DePauw’s Executive-in-Residence in 1985. He was the retired chairman and chief executive officer of Standard Oil Company. His survivors include his wife; daughter, Marcia Swearingen Pfleeger ’67; sonin-law, F. Garrett Pfleeger ’67; and granddaughter, Kelly Pfleeger Sputh ’92. Thomas J. Young Jr., July 8, 2007, of Cloverdale, Ind., at the age of 81. He worked in the physical plant at DePauw, retiring in 1987. He was preceded in death by his wife.

DePauw’s 17th president, Richard F. Rosser, dies at age 78
Richard F. Rosser, DePauw’s 17th president who led the University from 1977-1986, died Sept. 21 in Maine. He was 78 years old. Under Rosser’s leadership, DePauw restored historic East College, renovated Asbury Hall and Roy O. West Library, and built the Lilly Physical Education and Recreation Center. The University’s endowment grew four-fold from $19.4 million to $83.2 million. Rosser led the University until 1986, when he retired and was succeeded by the current president, Robert G. Bottoms. “Dick Rosser was a great friend and mentor for me,” Bottoms said. “It was he who hired me in 1978, and our friendship continued after he left DePauw. Were it not for Dick’s success at the University, DePauw would not be the strong institution it is today.” After leaving DePauw, Rosser became president and chief executive officer of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), positions he held until his retirement in 1993. “Dick has been a strong voice on behalf of independent higher education – on Capitol Hill, with the White House and Department of Education, in the national news media, and on college and university campuses and board rooms across the country,” said Robert J. Bruce, chair of the NAICU board and president of Widener University, in announcing Rosser’s retirement on Feb. 11, 1993. “His determination, vision, solid common sense, teamwork and knowledge of issues based on his experience as a private university president, will be difficult to replace. Higher education has truly benefited from his advocacy and participation in this key national role.” Rosser also headed The Presidents Group, a consulting group of retired college and university presidents. He served his alma mater, Ohio Wesleyan University, as trustee-at-large from 1992-2001 and had been a life trustee since 2001. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Phi Mu Alpha, Pi Delta Epsilon and Pi Sigma Alpha. Rosser also was an avid photographer, whose award-winning work was exhibited widely. A native of Arcanum, Ohio, Rosser was born in 1929. He graduated from Ohio Wesleyan with Phi Beta Kappa honors in 1951. After earning a master’s degree in public administration in 1952 at Syracuse University, he entered the U.S. Air Force as a second lieutenant, studied the Russian language, and served four years in Air Force intelligence before returning to Syracuse in 1958 to pursue his doctorate in political science. Rosser was assigned to the teaching faculty at the Air Force Academy in 1959, receiving his Ph.D. in 1961. He was appointed head of the academy’s political science department in 1967, and a year later he was promoted to the rank of colonel and received a presidential appointment as a permanent professor. Rosser retired from the Air Force Academy in 1973 to become dean of the faculty at Albion College in Michigan, and he held the position until coming to DePauw as president four years later. A recipient of 10 honorary degrees and awards, Rosser was author of a textbook, Introduction to Soviet Foreign Policy, as well as numerous education articles.

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