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Fall 2008 DePauw Magazine

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DePauw’s 19th

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PresiDent Brian w. Casey
fall 2008 - winter 2009

INSIde thIS ISSue: 2008 depauw dIScourSe and preSIdeNtIal INauguratIoN
photos, Inaugural address and more

also in this issue: monon bell game photos

Fireworks soared over the DePauw campus on the evening of Friday, Oct. 10, 2008, to celebrate the inauguration of President Brian W. Casey.

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ON THE COVER: Brian W. Casey was inaugurated as DePauw’s 19th president on Oct. 10, 2008. See story beginning on page 2.

DEPAUW’S 19th

INAUGURATED:

PRESIDENT BRIAN W. CASEY
FALL 2008 - WINTER 2009

INSIDE THIS ISSUE: 2008 DEPAUW DISCOURSE and PRESIDENTIAL INAUGURATION
Photos, Inaugural Address and more

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ALSO IN THIS ISSUE: MONON BELL GAME PHOTOS

DEPAuW CONTACTS
Admission Stefanie D. Niles, vice president for admission and financial aid 765-658-4108 sniles@depauw.edu Alumni Relations Jennifer Clarkson Soster ’88, executive director 765-658-4208 jsoster@depauw.edu Annual Fund John R. Kuka, director 765-658-4211 johnkuka@depauw.edu Athletics S. Page Cotton Jr. ’71, director 765-658-4938 pagecotton@depauw.edu Career Services Center Thomas R. Cath ’76, director 765-658-4280 tcath@depauw.edu Class Notes Donna Grooms 765-658-4625 (fax) dgrooms@depauw.edu DePauw Magazine Larry G. Anderson, editor P.O. Box 37 Greencastle, IN 46135-0037 765-658-4628 765-658-4625 (fax) landersn@depauw.edu www.depauw.edu/pa/magazine Development and Alumni Relations Lisa Hollander, vice president 765-658-4036 lhollander@depauw.edu Financial Aid Joanne Haymaker, associate director 765-658-4030 jhaymaker@depauw.edu Media Relations Ken Owen ’82, executive director 765-658-4634 kowen@depauw.edu Registrar’s Office (transcripts) Kenneth J. Kirkpatrick, registrar 765-658-4000 kjkirk@depauw.edu Sports Information Bill Wagner, director 765-658-4630 Hotline (scores) 765-658-4636 bwagner@depauw.edu www.depauw.edu/ath/ Web site Jason C. Shore 765-658-4533 webteam@depauw.edu www.depauw.edu

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Brian W. Casey installed as DePauw’s 19th president. Text of President Casey’s inaugural speech. Madeleine Albright, Lee Hamilton, others discuss global challenges at DePauw Discourse 2008. President Casey meets with Greek Life Advisory Council Assembly. IRS approves DePauw to offer Voluntary Greek Support Program. DePauw’s Andy Warhol photos. News briefs. Faculty briefs.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Russell Compton’s legacy lives on. Dr. Pence didn’t know much about poetry.
RECENT WORDS

Anthony. Cryer ’61. Collins ’80. Dawson ’58. Geis. Hamilton ’80. Nickell ’80. Rubio ’61. Tyler ’48. Walker ’35.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT ANNuAL HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

ALuMNI PROGRAMS

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Alumni and parents host 2008 Summer Send-Off parties in 14 locations. Alumni, students and faculty members enjoy Coming Together 2008. Photos from Presidential Receptions. The 2012 legacy class. Regional alumni event photos. Monon Bell football game and telecast party photos.
CLASS NOTES

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www.depauw.edu/pa/magazine

While the East College bell rang – and led by co-University marshals Frederick M. Soster and Mary P. Dixon – President Brian W. Casey and members of the inauguration party processed along campus pathways that were lined with international flags.

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Inauguration celebrates DePauw’s role in the world

DePauw celebrated a new chapter in its 171-year history on Friday, Oct. 10, as the University community and friends from Greencastle and around the nation gathered for the inauguration of the University’s 19th president, Brian W. Casey. The ceremony was the highlight of a week of celebrations focused on DePauw’s place in the world that led into Old Gold Weekend. The inauguration theme was Uncommon Success: DePauw in the World. UNCOMMON SUCCESS: E AUW The inaugural ceremony began with a formal procession of stuIN THE dents, faculty members, administrators, trustees and delegates from 56 academic institutions and educational associations, who walked across campus to the Holton Memorial Quadrangle. With members dressed in caps and robes of academic regalia, the procession followed paths lined with 104 international flags, signifying the 104 countries from where DePauw students and faculty members have come, or have gone to study, during the last five years. As the DePauw Band played “Procession of the Nobles” by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov and “Seven Suite” by Edward Elgar, the procession strode into the Holton Memorial Quadrangle to join the audience of more than 2,500 assembled in front of Roy O. West Library. After a choral offering from Exalt! DePauw’s Gospel Choir, and an invocation offered by Bishop Michael J. Coyner, President Casey received formal welcomes by representatives of the student body, faculty, staff, alumni and city of Greencastle. DePauw Associate Professor of English and poet Joseph W. Heithaus then read a poem he composed R. David Hoover ’67, chair of the DePauw for the occasion, titled “Ode to the New.” (Read the poem on page 4.) Board of Trustees, presented a medallion of the R. David Hoover ’67, chair of DePauw’s Board of Trustees, presented University seal to President Brian W. Casey during the new president with a medallion of the University’s seal and spoke the inauguration ceremony. of “DePauw moments” that all alumni share. “There’s the day your parents dropped you off, the classes that helped you become more curious and reflective, the Old Gold Days and dances, and the classmates who became some of my best friends, including my wife, Suzanne [Anderson ’67]. There’s also the way you still feel every time you revisit this campus,” Hoover, president and chief executive officer of Ball Corporation, said. “It is my honor to serve as chair of the Board of Trustees, and as part of my duties I served on the Presidential Search Committee. The fine work of my colleagues on that committee has brought us to this day – and created a ‘DePauw moment’ that ranks among my favorites. In February – after getting to know Dr. Brian Casey and seeing how our community responded to his energy and vision – I had the privilege of informing him that he was the choice to be the

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Brian W. Casey installed as DePauw’s 19th president

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Preparing Roy O. West Library for the inauguration ceremony.

University’s 19th president. I have been involved in many important and exciting things throughout my life, but this was special. I love this University, and I have tremendous confidence that this man is the person to lead us forward.” Following the formal installation of Casey as DePauw’s 19th president, Robert J. Zimmer, president of University of Chicago, gave the keynote address. Zimmer, who worked with Casey at Brown University, spoke warmly of DePauw’s new president. “DePauw, which has such a rich history and a community rightly proud of its achievements, is very fortunate to have Brian Casey as its president at this time. He is

Brian W. Casey (left) and R. David Hoover ’67

Ode to the New
A poem by Joseph W. Heithaus for the inauguration of Brian W. Casey as the 19th president of DePauw University, October 10, 2008 Who doesn’t want you as a coat for warmth against an old old wind? Or a cart to carry away what’s broken? Who doesn’t want you for a window to let in air, a boot to kick a rusty can just to hear its spook and rattle and clank? Who doesn’t love your small hands opening, that flutter before your heart starts its canter, your scent barely an inkling of ripe? Who can stop their ears when you let go your gleaming music? Who doesn’t want you to trace some misty line they might step across to start over? But so often I forget you’re here when I open my eyes from sleep or when I watch the moon rise in the dusk’s pale blue. I forget how you lurk in every second like a syllable in a word not yet spoken, like a dream someone’s yet to tell. You’re no less common than a crow perched on a sycamore’s white bone branch. You’re no less ordinary than its caw. But you’re the part that has no name: the sudden flash of wing, the nameless tremor of the branch, the way the feather’s spread. New, you are that crow, let loose to cut across the sky. New, you’re as old as they come, always looming, here, ready to speak.

Joseph W. Heithaus Joseph W. Heithaus is associate professor of English and chair of the English department at DePauw.

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Roy O. West Library and the Holton Memorial Quadrangle provided a picturesque setting for the inauguration.

Robert J. Zimmer, president of University of Chicago, gave the keynote address.

a historian with a keen sense of ambition for the future. A man of both great natural intuition and sharp analysis,” Zimmer declared. “As DePauw looks forward to its next steps, to making the important decisions that will help define its evolving position in the landscape of American higher education, I know that with Brian’s leadership the DePauw community will not only make great progress, but also have a wonderful time doing it.” The University Chorus and Chamber Singers performed “I Was Glad,” and then President Casey took the stage to address the DePauw community. (The full text of the inaugural address is printed beginning on page 7, and audio and video from the inaugural ceremony are available on the DePauw Web site.) President Casey, whose doctorate focused on the history of American higher education, spoke about the crucial role played by liberal arts colleges in the world, calling schools like DePauw, “not just good places, but necessary places.” He continued, “They thrive because they are intentional communities; they are communities of thinking and living together. Imagine a place in which a vibrant, challenging, knowledgeable and diverse conversation not only exists but is everywhere, including and involving an entire community, and then you can see DePauw.” Casey’s address indicated his intention to concentrate his efforts on ensuring the maintenance and enrichment of DePauw’s intellectual life, stating, “We must be focused on our core missions of education and community. DePauw’s reputation will always rest fundamentally on its academic strength, which means that the very soul of this University is placed, appropriately and for all time, in the hands of this faculty. It will be my job to make sure that, as an administration, we focus our efforts on strengthening the faculty and supporting their work.” He also called upon the faculty to “invigorate our curriculum so that we ensure our students – and generations of students – that we are providing education that is energetic and relevant.” President Casey spoke about the continuing importance of DePauw’s commitment to diversity, arguing that “our curriculum needs this, our students need this, the world needs this.” He quoted a message he’d received from DePauw sophomore Adam W. Johnson: “If everyone comes from the same or similar places, then they see everything through the same cultural lens. They will always arrive at the same conclusions. This means they will never walk out of the classroom angry, distraught or confused. Which means no one gets that passion, that drive to understand, that one thing that keeps them up at night.”

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The president told his audience, “The writer and DePauw alumna Barbara Kingsolver ’77 once said, ‘The very least you can do in your life is to figure out what you hope for; and the most you can do is live inside that hope – not admire it from a distance, but live right in it, under its roof.’ I come to work every day at DePauw now under the roof of this hopeful place. My history has brought me here to this marvelous place, and I am fully and completely and overwhelmingly grateful.” Following the inaugural address, the audience rose to sing “A Toast to DePauw,” and University Chaplain P.T. Wilson offered a benediction. The DePauw Band played “The Fairest of the Fair” by John Philip Sousa as the recessional, closing the ceremony. The audience walked to East College lawn for a festive reception, and later that evening many inauguration guests enjoyed a fireworks display and a performance by the band Third Eye Blind.

“Imagine a place in which a vibrant, challenging, knowledgeable and diverse conversation not only exists but is everywhere, including and involving an entire community, and then you can see DePauw.” – President Brian W. Casey

Read more about the inauguration at www.depauw.edu/univ/president/Inauguration.

Many of President Casey’s family members joined him for the memorable celebration.

Dennis J. Stark (left), director of aquatics emeritus at University of Notre Dame, coached Brian Casey on the varsity swimming team at Notre Dame.

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–– The inaugural speech of Brian W. Casey, 19th president of DePauw University

Members of the Board of Trustees, faculty of DePauw University, alumni, students, staff, friends and honored guests gathered here today – it is with profound humility that I accept these responsibilities. I pledge to you my faithfulness, and my every energy. The first president of DePauw, Matthew Simpson, spoke the following words immediately after he was installed in office, at the first inauguration ceremony of this University: “Your speaker cannot be insensible to the interests of this moment. The surrounding circumstances, the impressive charge [to him], the high trust committed to his care, and the almost immeasurable responsibility connected with it, [these] all stand vividly before him. Insensible to feeling must he be, [does] he not tremble at the magnitude of this trust.” I, too, am awed by your trust, but I am committed to the principles of this place, as I am committed to its continued enrichment and progress. For those of you visiting DePauw for the first time today, it may come as a surprise to you to learn that we actually don’t do this every Friday here in Greencastle. In fact, we have not assembled in this way, for these purposes, for 22 years. And now we come together in these celebrations, in one of the unique things that universities do. I have had the good fortune to attend the inaugurations of a few presidents of a few universities. And at the time, I thought about the people on the platform and thought that this was their day. I am here to tell you, however, with a deep and abiding honesty, that it isn’t. Despite all the embarrassing evidence to the contrary on the campus this weekend, this day is surely not about this person who, by luck, fate and sheer good fortune has been given the opportunity to speak to you in celebration of DePauw. Today is about the 18 presidents before me, all of whom worked with hundreds of faculty members, who – in turn – taught thousands of students, who themselves walked by this library that contains the thoughts and words of a million women and men. Today is also about

Dr. Robert Bottoms, whom I thank for his friendship and his warm guidance. Much of what we are celebrating today is a celebration of his good work and his great vision. From this lucky vantage point, I can’t help but think of the next president of DePauw, and think what will be on her mind, and what faculty she will work with, and what students will be assembled with her the next time DePauw gathers for this old ritual. So, this is but one turn of one season. But seasons should be marked. Ritual allows a community to come together to proclaim that its work is crucial, its aim is true, its passions are real, its toil worth noting. I am enough of a historian to note that my words will unlikely be remembered much past the next issue of The DePauw, and that pomp and circumstance are simply glitter that covers the day-to-day. But still we gather, because it is important for us that we do. I am glad that my brother and my sisters are here today sitting in the front row. And I am more than happy to note that they are raising their children – my many wonderful nieces and nephews here today – to revere education the way our parents did. My mother was a teacher for 30 years, teaching literature and language. My father is a multi-talented man, but I think his greatest passion and his most personal gift is as a writer. My mother taught me to love schools; my father taught me to love words. It is deeply moving, therefore, for me to be able, today, to offer you – friends of DePauw – some words about this very special school. Inaugural speeches are an odd literary genre. Drew Faust, newly installed president of Harvard University, noted in her inaugural address that these speeches are “by definition pronouncements by individuals who don’t yet know what they are talking about.” So chastened, I decided to rely on my own academic field, history, to provide me guidance as I thought about the words I would offer DePauw today.

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I was particularly keen to learn what the 18 presidents before me had to say at their beginnings. So with the help of DePauw’s excellent library staff, I gathered up all the past DePauw inaugural addresses – not exactly light weekend reading. And I was again struck by words from the first inaugural address. President Simpson took time in his inaugural address to note that “The father who neglects or refuses to send his son to … college … entrusts him not to men of intellectual attainment and high moral worth, but permits him to associate with the licentious and the profane. [His son] is taught no science but the science of wickedness. He learns the foolish jest, the impure song, and the profane exclamation. His teachers are the drunkard and the debauchee; with them, [his son] joins in revelry and crime, and bids fair to disgrace his friends and injure his community, and brings himself to an untimely grave.” I have, today, ordered our Admission Office to use that paragraph in all our future admission brochures. The risks of education by drunkards having already been exhausted as an inaugural topic, I would like – instead – to speak to you of history, and of this moment. There are three histories and stories coming together today at DePauw: the least important of these is my own personal history (how did I come here?), then there is the history of liberal arts colleges (how are they now?), and then there is DePauw’s history and current moment (where have we been, and where are we going?). My own personal story can be summed up quite simply: I love campuses, and I love colleges and universities. I have been fortunate to have created a life for myself at a university. I know, of course, from years of personal experience, that colleges and universities are rarely perfect institutions. They can be quarrelsome, and they can be contentious. They are usually engaged in an endless debate about their essential missions, as well as their peripheral activities. They are, as Woodrow Wilson noted during his time as president of Princeton University, “unfortunately filled with people who have opinions.” They can, in short, be exhausting. But they are also places where we’re at our best. There are few – very few – places in the world where we gather in common purpose. On a college campus, we live, and learn and work together in beautiful settings. These are places where our youth come and become educated adults, where thinkers come to speak, where teams come to play. Campuses are places where we encounter people who seem, at first, so very different from ourselves until we learn to see past that. Campuses can be islands of empathy and humanity. They are our best, good place. The writer and DePauw alumna, Barbara Kingsolver, once said, “The very least you can do in your life is to figure out what you hope for; and the most you can do is live inside that hope – not admire it from a distance, but live right in it, under its roof.” I come to work every day at DePauw now, under the roof of this hopeful place. My history has brought me here to this marvelous place, and for that I am fully and completely and overwhelmingly grateful. And what is this place? To understand why DePauw is as it is now, I want you to imagine something with me right now. Those of you who are facing me today are facing west. Imagine, for a moment, that you can see the whole western half of this nation. Looking west, you would first be able to see Wabash College, and then Grinnell College. If you were to look a bit north, you would take in Carleton College and Macalaster College. Further west still, you would see Colorado College, and Reed. You would see Pomona. I, facing east, given the same gift of profound sight, would see Kenyon and Oberlin, Ohio Wesleyan, and further still, Amherst and Wellesley, Swarthmore, Davidson, Smith, Bowdoin. There is a fabric of American higher education, a fabric consisting of nearly 4,000 institutions of higher education in this country. Amid this rich fabric, however, there are only about 100 to 150 true residential liberal arts colleges. Among the larger pattern in American higher education, these are the golden threads. These are rare places. At the time of DePauw’s founding, if you had asked whether its supporters were intent on creating a private, residential, liberal arts college, they would have had no idea what you were asking them. First, there was no real idea of a public institution versus a private one. Public institutions – institutions created by and supported by the state – would come later in the 19th century. In 1837, when this school was founded, all schools were the dreams of private men and women. More importantly, the founders would have been surprised at the thought that schools could come in a variety of forms and missions. DePauw was founded, as were essentially all the colleges founded before the Civil War, as a school committed to a traditional curriculum designed to train men to become ministers and public servants. This is all men and women knew of when they spoke of an American college in 1837. In the late 19th century, a few decades after DePauw was founded, however, this all changed, and changed dramatically. First came the emergence of the research university in the United States, of which the University of Chicago was the first, and perhaps still the greatest, example. These were the new schools dedicated to the research enterprise, the creation of knowledge, the training of scholars, the development of

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professionals, as well as teaching a traditional curriculum. And we are bound up together in an enterprise that makes us better for Schools such as Amherst and DePauw, which had remained combeing part of this most important conversation that is DePauw. mitted essentially to their original forms, suddenly found themselves in What next then for DePauw? stark comparison to something new. Their missions were put into relief, First, we must be focused on our core missions of education and and into question. The debate about the liberal arts colleges began then, community. DePauw’s reputation will always rest fundamentally on its continuing to this day. academic strength, which means that the very soul of this University is What then is the role and place of the small traditional liberal arts placed, appropriately and for all time, in the hands of this faculty. It will colleges in a world of research and professionalism? be my job to make sure that, as an administration, we focus our efforts One need not attend a liberal arts college to receive a liberal arts on strengthening the faculty and supporting their work. This means education today. Cornell and Duke offer their undergraduates a liberal providing them with the time and the resources so they can think and arts education. One can major in English at Berkeley. Biology can be create, to work as scholars and artists and as teachers. studied at Indiana University as well as DePauw. Physics courses are Second, the faculty must invigorate our curriculum so that we ensure offered at DePauw, and at Purdue. our students – and generations of future students – that we are providing We have no monopoly on the liberal arts. an education that is engaging and relevant. We have begun this work How is it then that these 100 to 200 small liberal arts colleges, the this semester, and I am profoundly grateful and thankful for the energy DePauws of this world, are not only surviving, but thriving? How is it, with which the faculty has engaged this task. that despite the odds, despite the fact that this is the most expensive form Third, we must remain committed to diversity in every way and of education anyone could ever have across every measure. Our curriculum dreamed of, they have not just become needs this, our students need this, the “This is our great contribution … good places, but necessary places? They world needs this. thrive, I would argue, not because they DePauw sophomore Adam Johnour striving in every way to lead a life son wrote to me about this the other day. are oppositional to the research universities. I venture that these colleges thrive of communal inquiry. We are bound in He pointed out that “If everyone comes because of the scale of these schools. from the same or similar places, then ways that connect us in the classroom they see everything through the same These are intentional communities. They are communities living and cultural lens. They will always arrive at and out. We are a community … ” thinking together. the same conclusions. This means they Imagine a place in which a vibrant, will never walk out of the classroom challenging, knowledgeable and diverse angry, distraught or confused. Which conversation not only exists but is everywhere, including and involving means no one gets that passion, that drive to understand, that one thing an entire community, and then you can see DePauw – the DePauw that keeps them up at night.” Adam is right. beneath the banners of this celebration. Fourth, we – all of us together – must increase the reach and reputaOur scale and our mission force us to encounter one another at every tion of DePauw in the nation, and around the world. As I have said in turn. You cannot hide as a scholar, or as a citizen. When you think here, numerous settings, this is a jewel of a liberal arts college. We must make you think among your classmates. And when you remove yourself, the sure that every dynamic, compelling student in the country considering community sees and feels that removal. The fabric is woven tight at a liberal arts college or a school of music considers DePauw. That every DePauw, so any tear, any change, affects the whole cloth. young scholar who wants to come to a school committed to teaching This is our great contribution … our striving in every way to lead a and to creativity, considers working here. That those who are thinking life of communal inquiry. We are bound in ways that connect us in the of American higher education are thinking about DePauw. classroom and out. We are a community here at Roy O. West Library. Next, we must work with the city of Greencastle to make this a dynamic We are an intentional community at East College, at Sigma Chi, at and beautiful place to work. We have a true partner in our new mayor who Blackstock Stadium, at the Hub, in the Dells, at Marvin’s, at the Lilly is on the stage with me today, and we have a city that has supported us Center, at the Olin Center, at the Duck, in Asbury and in Meharry. for nearly two centuries. It is our turn to begin the work to revitalize our We are 35,000 alumni. And 2,300 students. And 23 living units. home. If we turn our backs on this city, we will harm this University.

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Further, we must recognize and support the role of the arts in our Why do we love a college or a university? It violates nearly every rule curriculum and our campus. Built into our history is a commitment of our American culture. In a world that loves the new, they are old. In to music and music education. We also have an extraordinary history a world that is busy, they promise time. In a world that celebrates the of writers on this faculty, and among our alumni ranks. Now with the individual, they are places that insist on community. Peeler Art Center and the Green Center for the Performing Arts, we have So many features we expect to see at – and love about – a college some of the finest arts facilities on any campus in this country. We live would not survive outside of a campus: roommates, field hockey teams, in an age when creativity drives the economy, and Greek letter societies, a cappella singing groups. Bell drives technology, and the ways we communicate towers, iron gates, commencement ceremonies, “As I have said in and understand the world. inaugurations. They are all here. They are the fabric One of the greatest features of DePauw is the of this place. numerous settings, this presence of the School of Music in its beautiful new The world is heavy with us today, deep and long. building. The arts are in our DNA. There is music One cannot read the news and not feel the trials of is a jewel of a liberal in our blood. the present, and not feel the need to worry about arts college. ” Let us own this, let us bring it to our students, the future. and to this city. But at just these moments, we must return to But in order to make sure that we are all charged and celebrate our essential task. Beyond the news of with our DePauw task at this moment, I must now speak to the students the day is this task. Beneath these banners is this task. When the tents of DePauw. go away, there is this task. DePauw students – wonderful, wonderful DePauw students: you Our task is, of course, to give license to wonder, to create possibilities have made my journey to this campus and to this day beyond thrilling. commensurate with our students’ capacity to dream. You have welcomed me, you have energized me, you have said hello on The first time I addressed a group of DePauw alumni, I stated that every sidewalk. You have invited me to hear you sing, you have had me “the world needs DePauw.” I feel that way more strongly than I did four over for dinner, you have reminded me every day why it is that I come months ago when I first said this. The world needs this good and necesto work. I am thankful for you. sary place. It is the hope of our students, it is the beacon of our alumni, I want you now to make this a deeper, richer DePauw in a thousand it is the sustaining groves for our faculty. It is the hope of the world. ways – in ways that only you can. Talk to each other, talk to your faculty, Thank you again for participating in this celebration of our University. talk to the alumni this weekend and in the months ahead. I have asked I am honored, and I am humbled to be here among you. I am amazed the faculty to begin a process of enriching our intellectual life. Do not that my life presented me with an opportunity to speak of DePauw let them have this conversation without your necessary voice. Do not when there are so many who could. fail this place. I invite you to continue this celebration of this American university Why do we come here? Why do we travel to Greencastle, why do we with me today, and for decades to come. gather in ceremonies such as this? Because there is something in you that Welcome to DePauw. knows that there is honor in a small college and in our University. And thank you.

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PreSiDentS of DePauw univerSity

Matthew Simpson 1839-48

Lucien W. Berry 1849-54

Daniel Curry 1854-57

Thomas Bowman 1858-72

Reuben Andrus 1872-75

Alexander Martin 1875-89

John P.D. John 1889-95

Hillary A. Gobin 1896-1903

Edwin H. Hughes 1903-09

Francis J. McConnell 1909-12

George R. Grose 1912-24

Lemuel H. Murlin 1925-28

G. Bromley Oxnam 1928-36

Clyde E. Wildman 1936-51

Russell J. Humbert 1951-62

William E. Kerstetter 1962-75

Richard F. Rosser 1977-86

Robert G. Bottoms 1986-2008

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Madeleine Albright, Lee Hamilton, others discuss global challenges

DEPAUW DISCOURSE
AmericA’s role in the World sept. 18-20
“In the 21st century, it may be that there is not a single power,” former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright said in her keynote address at DePauw Discourse 2008: America’s Role in the World held on campus Sept. 18-20. If the coming years do produce a multi-polar or polar-less world, “We shouldn’t see American power as a zero sum game. Just because there are other powers rising, such as China and India and Brazil and Russia, doesn’t mean we lose all the power. It just means there are other powers out there that we have to work with.” And Albright added, “We need them.” During the fifth anniversary DePauw Discourse symposium sponsored by The Washington C. DePauw Society, alumni, students, faculty, staff and community members engaged distinguished speakers in discussion – prior to the presidential election – about an array of international challenges and their demands for global citizenship. DePauw faculty members also led a series of primer discussions about world regions and multi-regional challenges. The first woman ever to lead the U.S. State Department addressed a crowd of about 1,000 people on Friday evening in the Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts, Kresge Auditorium. “The winner of this year’s presidential campaign will face a series of very hard tests,” Albright asserted in her opening remarks. They included, in her words: • “How to fight terror without being so aggressive that we create a new generation of terrorists.” • “How to withdraw responsibly from Iraq, while at the same time operating more effectively in Afghanistan.” • “The need to prevent nuclear weapons from falling into the wrong hands.” • “Developing an energy policy that will generate the power that we need without destroying the environment we must have to survive.” • “Guiding globalization so that technology and investments benefit everyone, including the poor and disadvantaged.” • “Dealing with the global financial disasters” that have dominated news headlines.

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Complicating matters, said Albright (whose latest book is titled Memo to the President Elect: How We Can Restore America’s Reputation and Leadership), is that the nation’s next commanderin-chief will take office “at a time when our armed forces have been stretched thin, our economy is shaky, our deficit has reached a record level and our allies are divided.” In a wide-ranging conversation with Douglas Frantz ’71, senior writer for Condé Nast Portfolio and former managing editor of the Los Angeles Times, Albright stated that the next president of the United States will have “an exceptionally difficult job because of the record of the last 7 1/2 or 8 years.” As U.S. Secretary of State from 19972001, Albright is credited with reinforcing America’s alliances, advocating democracy and human rights, and promoting American trade and business, labor, and environmental standards abroad. “I think America’s reputation has suffered greatly, and it’s due to Iraq,” Albright declared, saying the war “will go down in history as the greatest disaster in American foreign policy. Which means that I think it’s worse than Vietnam, not in terms of the numbers of Americans who’ve died or Vietnamese versus Iraqis, but in terms of its unintended consequences.” Just as former congressman Lee H. Hamilton ’52 – who co-chaired the Iraq Study Group and 9/11 Commission – said at Thursday evening’s Discourse session, Albright expressed great concern about the possibility of nuclear materials winding up in the hands of terrorists in Pakistan. And like the veteran statesman, she believes that America needs to be in continuing discussions with all nations, friends and foes. “I happen to think that one needs to deal with people that you don’t like and have a dialogue with the Iranians,” she said. “I met with [Yugoslav President Slobodan] Milosevic and [North Korean leader] Kim Jong-il.” She stressed that, as a diplomat, “you need to know who you’re dealing with.” DePauw has perennially been among the leaders in American higher education in sending students to study abroad and now has a record number of international students on the Greencastle campus. Albright said such programs “play a key role in international understanding … I know that it makes a big difference when our students can go to foreign countries, and it may even make a difference when foreign students can come to the United States.” Looking ahead, Albright – who received two standing ovations – sounded a hopeful tone. “I do, in fact, think the U.S. will regain our moral authority. It will help a lot to have a new president. And I think that people want to see an America that is in a position to have a leading role.” In Thursday evening’s session, titled America’s Role in the World: A Conversation with Lee

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Above: Madeleine Albright. Below: signing copies of her book.

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H. Hamilton, the veteran statesman said, “If you talk to most of our policymakers today and ask them what’s your greatest concern right now, I think they’d say Pakistan.” Speaking in East College’s Meharry Hall, the former chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee engaged in a far-reaching conversation with Bret Baier ’92, chief White House correspondent for the FOX News Channel. Pakistan has the bomb and a new president, Hamilton pointed out, describing the government as “dysfunctional” with “no authority in the tribal areas,” where it’s believed al Qaeda has a heavy presence. “And the biggest nightmare to American national security would be to have the extremists get hold of the bomb.” At some point, Hamilton says, the United States must get cooperation from Pakistan to root out terrorist forces. “The bottom line is that we cannot permit them to have a safe haven,” asserted the Democrat, who served 34 years in the House of Representatives. “At some point, I think the United States must go in. Far preferable that the Pakistanis do it, but if they do not, I think we will have to.” Baier asked Hamilton how much confidence he has in Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, to which he responded, “Not much.” Hamilton said, “I do not agree with those people who say the surge has been a success; that’s overstating it. Has it made progress? Yes, indeed.” While it has improved security in Iraq, Hamilton reminded the audience that “we did not have the surge for security purposes alone. We had the surge to achieve political purposes, and the political purpose was to give the Iraqi leadership space to bring about national reconciliation. They have not done that. They have made some efforts toward it, but they have not come close to making Iraq an inclusive nation.” A special announcement was made at the DePauw Discourse session that – in memory of John F. McWethy ’69, longtime national security correspondent for ABC News – a new Jack McWethy Mentorship is being established to bring working professional journalists to the DePauw campus to work with student journalists. The Mentorship was announced by Robert M. Steele ’69, Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw. A friend and classmate of McWethy’s at DePauw, Steele and his wife, Carol – who serves as associate dean of academic affairs – contributed the lead gift to establish the new program. McWethy frequently returned to campus to work with student journalists. He died as the result of a skiing accident in Colorado on Feb. 6, 2008. DePauw Discourse 2008 opened on Thursday with a session on “Informing and Enlighten-

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ing: Journalism’s Role Amidst a Global War of Ideas.” The panel included Bret Baier; Catherine Collins, non-fiction author and former reporter covering Turkey for the Chicago Tribune; Nisreen El-Shamayleh ’04, Saudi KSA2 correspondent who joined the discussion via a satellite link from Amman, Jordan; Douglas Frantz; and Don Wycliff, former New York Times editorial board member, Chicago Tribune public editor and now Loyola University journalist-in-residence. Discussion focused on the challenges that face the media these days in covering international news, the ways in which they cover the issues, and how America’s role has changed in the world. “I think, by and large, we’ve done a good job covering the world. The mainstream press does a good job,” Frantz said. “But in the blogosphere, there is anarchy. We can’t rein in what’s being said on the Internet, and that concerns me regarding continuing our democracy.” Saad Eddin Ibrahim, who was a DePauw faculty member from 1967-74 and is now director of the Cairo-based Ibn Khaldun Center for Development Studies, was joined by one of his former students, Kathryn Fortune Hubbard ’74, co-founder of Bridges of Understanding, in Friday’s first Discourse session titled “America Through Middle Eastern Eyes.” Ibrahim said, “The goals of American foreign policy really haven’t changed that much over the past 60 years. What has changed under the current administration is the means by which the goals are pursued.” In the last 60 years, America has been involved in military intervention in the region 10 times, noted Ibrahim, who is a leading human rights and democracy advocate in Egypt. Friday’s first afternoon panel focused on the best methods to address health pandemics and extreme poverty around the world. John E. Tedstrom III ’84, executive director of Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS and founder of Transatlantic Partners Against AIDS, and Sally Smerz Cowal ’66, vice president of Population Services International and former member of the U.S. Foreign Service, provided information about how global pandemics and poverty are being addressed by the nongovernmental organizations they work for and other similar organizations. Cowal stressed the importance of civil participation in addressing these global issues. “We, as citizens of the United States, have a real strategic interest to see that these global pandemic interests are addressed by the government. Currently, we are not doing a very good job of that,” she said. “We cannot bomb global warming or the AIDs virus. We are equally threatened by these pandemics. None of us can solve this by ourselves.” International corporate citizenship was the topic of the second Friday afternoon session that featured Pamela L. Carter, president of Cummins Distribution Business; Newton F. Crenshaw ’85, vice president of policy, pricing, reimbursement and access, and international corporate affairs for Eli Lilly and Co.; and Stephen W. Sanger ’68, former chairman of General Mills. The session moderator was James B. Stewart Jr. ’73, SmartMoney editor-at-large. It was noted that Eli Lilly and Co. receives 55 percent of its revenues from international operations, the international revenues for General Mills have grown from 5 percent of total revenues in 1995 to 25 percent today, and Cummins receives 25 percent of its revenues from international business. Wall Street stress was the focus of much their discussion. “We are completely connected with the key economies around the world, and it’s important that we pay attention to the impact,” Crenshaw declared. Sanger noted, “The global aspect of it [the economic crisis] is one thing that spurred our leaders to act.” To read more about DePauw Discourse 2008, the program and speakers, go to the DePauw Discourse Web site at www.depauw.edu/discourse.

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Greek community contributes to intellectual life at DePauw

President Casey meets with Greek Life Advisory Council Assembly
The Greek Life Advisory Council (GLAC) Assembly held its semi-annual meeting on Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics in the DePauw Nature Park. Assembly members deemed it an appropriate setting as GLAC continues to develop its focus on values and how the Greek community at DePauw can better demonstrate that Greek organizations are based upon similar values and how those values add to the academic experience of DePauw students. DePauw President Brian W. Casey addressed the Assembly as the meeting opened. President Casey emphasized that the Greek community has been an integral part of DePauw history, saying, “The Greek life is part of the DNA of the University.” As a historian, President Casey believes that DePauw must understand and celebrate the rich history and ritual of the University. He asked the Assembly representatives to work with him to develop a strong sense of tradition and ritual on campus. While the University as a whole can do more, he believes that the Greek houses have done their part by providing the campus with community, history, tradition and social markers. Thus, the Greek community has a significant role to play in this effort going forward. As he has done with other segments of the DePauw community, President Casey focused on the continuing discussion regarding the rich history of intellectual life at DePauw. He challenged the GLAC Assembly, as he has the other segments of the community, with three questions: • What can we say is the current state of intellectual life at DePauw? • How do you (GLAC) believe it can be enriched most effectively, and how may it best be communicated to potential and current students, and to the world at large? • What do we do well, and where can we do better? President Casey then extended a challenge to the GLAC Assembly to come back to him with ways in which the Greek community currently supports the intellectual life at DePauw and how we can all do better. He noted that there are concerns that Greek life conflicts with intellectual life on campus, although supporting data are not readily available. He asked GLAC to examine this assertion and asked that GLAC offer suggestions about how to better understand the ways in which the Greek organizations support the intellectual life on campus. The GLAC Assembly experienced, as have the other segments of the DePauw community, the genuine enthusiasm with which Casey has launched his presidency. The Assembly representatives embraced his comments and challenges, promising to work expeditiously to respond. Immediately after President Casey’s remarks, the GLAC Assembly continued its journey to develop an even stronger values-centric community among the Greek organizations. John Shertzer, a professional facilitator in the area of Greek organizational values congruence, led the two-hour session. During this session, the Assembly representatives and members of the Office of Student Life discussed how those acting as advisers to Greek organizations can and must incorporate the

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foundational values of the organization when having discussions with students. The Assembly and Office of Student Life staff also discussed how ritual, brotherhood/sisterhood and social expression of each are vital to our organizations. The GLAC Executive Committee invites all interested alumni affiliated with any Greek organization at DePauw to get involved in this discussion. Interested alumni can contact GLAC by sending an e-mail to GLAC@depauw.edu.

IRS approves DePauw to offer Voluntary Greek Support Program
Nearly $1.2 million of renovations to Greek houses already completed
As a result of the Greek Fact-Finding Commission, created in April themselves and improve living conditions for their members.” 2006, DePauw University determined that safety standards needed to The Voluntary Greek Support Program provides financial support be applied to all DePauw residential units, including the independent options that can be tailored to the needs of individual Greek chapters Greek houses. In order to help the non-University-owned houses meet that require assistance in meeting the new standards for fire sprinklers these standards as quickly as possible, DePauw created the Voluntary and other safety measures through grants, loans and other options. Greek Support Program. Under this program, Such support is voluntary, and chapters must DePauw would either lend funds to meet demonstrate financial viability in order to be “This thoughtful approach necessary safety enhancements, or pay for eligible to participate in grants and loans. The to improving our living such improvements (retaining ownership of University has indicated that, while safety and units promises to enhance the improvements). security standards may evolve, there will be student life and ensure that no unfunded mandates for houses that can In late September 2008, the Internal Revenue Service approved the mechanism for demonstrate financial viability. our residential offerings DePauw to offer this program, which will fund To date, the University has completed are as modern and safe as safety, security and health-related renovations $1,169,022 of renovations to the Greek houses possible.” to DePauw’s fraternity and sorority chapter and $1,029,240 for similar work on the larger houses. The IRS agreed that the grant or loan University-owned housing units, all of which of funds to private entities for such safety improvements does not violate are now equipped with sprinklers. DePauw’s tax-exempt status. “We are very pleased with the IRS decision and DePauw’s commit“Thanks are due all those who worked so diligently on this issue ment to making sure our houses are safe and secure places for students to over the past few years,” DePauw President Brian W. Casey said. “This live. We look forward to continuing this important work with DePauw’s thoughtful approach to improving our living units promises to enhance administration,” said Lance A. DeNardin ’86, chair of the Greek Life student life and ensure that our residential offerings are as modern and Advisory Council. safe as possible.” “We will continue to work with the Greek chapters so that they R. Lee Wilson ’76, who chaired the Trustee Greek Committee, said, may avail themselves of the opportunities for assistance the program “This is welcome and positive news and will allow us to proceed with provides, and to ensure that we are able to bring all living units in line our plan, through which the University can help chapter houses help with our standards,” President Casey said.

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Two gifts create one memorable exhibit

DePauw’s Andy Warhol photos
“A good picture,” Andy Warhol once wrote, “is one that’s in focus and of a famous person doing something unfamous.” Thanks to a notable exhibition of original artwork by the Pop Art icon, students and visitors to the DePauw campus can study Warhol’s “good pictures” firsthand. “Andy Warhol: Faces and Names” was made possible by two remarkable gifts to DePauw: the first, 53 black-and-white photographs and 100 Polaroids from the Pittsburgh, Pa.-based Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts – the largest single gift of art in the University’s history; and the second, a donation that funded their framing, from Robert N. Davies ’58 in memory of his wife, Mary Ellen “Megs” Guyer Davies ’58. The couple met during their freshman year at DePauw and married six days after graduation. Megs Davies majored in art at DePauw and taught the subject for three years in Durham, N.C., while her husband earned his law degree. When they settled in central Indiana, she became active with the Indianapolis Museum of Art, where she served as a docent and was in charge of Saturday classes for 10 years. It therefore seemed appropriate to Davies that in addition to establishing an endowed scholarship for DePauw students with financial need in both their names, he should do something related to art that would honor her more specifically. Almost as soon as he expressed this interest, the opportunity arose to underwrite the framing. While the Warhol Foundation gift was greatly appreciated, the University did not have a budget for the photos’ careful framing for both display and preservation. Davies’ gift facilitated the exhibition. “Some of her friends who have seen it have said she would have been ecstatic,” Davies says. “I’m still nonplussed at how fast it happened. For me and my family, it was a fortuitous event that came together at the right time.” Family members who joined Davies at an opening reception Sept. 10 included the Davies’ three children and Megs’ sister and brother-in-law. Several close classmates also attended, including Delta Gamma sorority sister Kerry W. Burstein ’58 from San Francisco, who hosted a cocktail party at the opening. DePauw was among 183 American college and university art museums that received images from the Warhol Foundation. The overall gift, made through the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program in honor of the foundation’s 20th anniversary, consisted of 28,543 original Warhol photographs valued at more than $28 million. DePauw’s collection of 153 images arrived in a three-ring binder, with each photo encased in an archival plastic sleeve. The exhibition was on display through Dec. 14, 2008, at the William Weston Clarke Emison Museum of Art. It was co-curated by Kaytie Johnson, director of University galleries, museums and collections at DePauw, and Jay Jordan, curator of the New Center for Contemporary Art in Louisville, Ky.

Robert N. Davies ’58, third from the left, provided the gift that made the Warhol exhibition possible. He was joined at the opening by family members, from left, Joseph VanCura, Barbara VanCura, (Davies), Alison Davies Hicks, Jay Hicks, Meredith Davies Resener and Brian Davies.

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Co-curator Jay Jordan spoke at the exhibition opening.

“Warhol is one of the most influential artists of the 20th century,” Johnson says. “His photographs are probably the most understudied aspect of his work; we consider each one to be important. They will be excellent teaching tools for students and members of the faculty for years to come. “I wanted to provide some context for looking at these photographs,” the curator adds. Toward that end, Johnson and Jordan augmented the photographs with selected quotes, narrative and Warhol’s work in other media: a silkscreened self-portrait, loaned to DePauw by a private collector in Cincinnati; eight of Warhol’s 1970s celebrity covers from Interview magazine; 10 of his “Screen Tests,” a series of three-minute, silent black-and-white film portraits; and his film Outer and Inner Space, which Johnson calls “the earliest form of video art.” The films are on loan from the Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh. From 1970-87, Warhol took scores of Polaroid and black-and-white photographs, which often served as the basis for his commissioned portraits, paintings, drawings and prints. The Polaroids have been widely presented in exhibitions and publications as singular images depicting a glittering array of celebrities who populated his world. DePauw’s collection includes images of Muhammad Ali, Joan Collins, Dorothy Hamill and Sean Lennon. However, more than half of the people who sat for Warhol’s Polaroid Big Shot were little known or remain unidentified, and DePauw’s collection includes a number of those as well. In contrast to the Polaroids, the gelatin silver prints point to his compositional skill and compulsive desire to document the world around him. Shot with a 35-mm automatic Minolta SLR, the images create a visual diary of Warhol’s life. “This is the first time many of these photographs have ever been seen,” Johnson says. “When people find out we own them, they’re amazed. Those who understand his significance are over the moon.” The exhibit is a perfect fit for a liberal arts setting, because visitors don’t need to be art experts to discover its relevance, she adds. “Warhol leveled the playing field between ‘high art’ and ‘low art.’ His work is very multidisciplinary in nature. You could approach this show from any number of perspectives and contexts – history, anthropology or communications – there’s something here for everyone.”

Kaytie Johnson, director of University galleries, museums and collections at DePauw, and co-curator of the Warhol exhibit.

To learn more about the Warhol exhibition, go to www.depauw.edu/museum.

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DePauw Band releases its seventh CD
The DePauw University Band, conducted by Craig T. Paré, professor of music, has made a commercial release of its seventh compact disc, Starsplitter. Recorded during four days in April 2008 in Kresge Auditorium, the latest CD features student members of the University Band, along with seven School of Music faculty members. Soloists with the ensemble are Adjunct Professor of Music James A. Beckel Jr., trombone, and Professor of Music Leonard C. Foy, trumpet, on “Fandango” for solo trumpet, trombone and band. The DePauw University Woodwind Quintet is featured on two tracks of the CD in pieces for woodwind quintet and woodwind trio. Members of the Woodwind Quintet include Anne B. Reynolds, flute; Leonid Sirotkin, oboe; Randy K. Salman, clarinet; Kara M. Stolle, bassoon; and Robert B. Danforth, horn. The CD’s repertoire includes: “Fanfare pour précéder La Péri” by Paul Dukas, “Starsplitter” by Philip Rothman, “Fandango” by Joseph Turrin, “Overture for Woodwinds” by Philip Sparke, “Music for Winds, Piano, and Percussion” by James A. Beckel Jr., “Tu” by Chen Yi, “Pacem” by Robert Spittal, “Sinfonia” for woodwind quintet by Bernhard Heiden, “Suite (d’après CORRETTE) pour Hautbois, Clarinette et Basson” by Darius Milhaud, and “Four Scottish Dances, Op. 59” by Malcolm Arnold/Paynter. “I am very proud of our students, who were challenged at the highest levels of their personal technique and musicianship,” Paré said. “This repertoire represents a professional level of accomplishment. These works were chosen to both challenge our School of Music musicians to reach beyond their immediate abilities and to highlight their achievements as students at DePauw. Their performance is a testament to their hard work and to the quality of teaching that takes place in the School of Music each day. “In addition, we are proud to have had the privilege of making music with Lennie Foy and Jim Beckel on a piece that wonderfully demonstrates their virtuosity and artistry. Jim is, in fact, both a performer and composer on this recording – included is a world premiere recording of his new chamber winds piece, “Music for Winds, Piano, and Percussion.” Judged on the quality of the recorded performance, Starsplitter has been named to the Mark Masters label (the third DePauw Band CD, along with Toccata Festiva and Brooklyn Bridge), an honor that means it will be distributed around the world, and marketed alongside esteemed ensembles such as the United States Marine Band, United States Air Force Band and Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra. DePauw alumni and friends can purchase copies of Starsplitter through several online retailers, including amazon.com, markcustom. com, google.com and mp3.rhapsody.com. For more information about Starsplitter and the DePauw Band’s CD Recording Project, contact Paré at cpare@depauw.edu, or visit the the CD Recording Project Web site at www.depauw.edu/music/ensembles/band/cdproject.asp, where excerpts from other DePauw Band CDs can be heard.

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Media Fellows intern in U.S. and abroad
Students in the Media Fellows Program gained firsthand experience in media internships around the country and world during the fall semester. Media Fellows and their internship sites included seniors Elizabeth A. Korb, Leo Burnett Worldwide, Chicago, and Abigail B. Oliver, TeamWorks Media, Chicago; and juniors Jonathan C. Batuello, Summit Daily News, Frisco, Colo.; Erica L. Martin, C-SPAN, Washington, D.C.; Elinora R. Owen-Fardig, Touchstone Films, Los Angeles; Jennifer G. Plymate, AHA Study Abroad Program, Segovia, Spain; Michael W. Ratliff, Three View, Munich, Germany; and Lauren E. Wesley, Comedy Central, New York City.

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Students broaden their study in 23 countries during the fall
DePauw continues to be a national leader in providing opportunities for students to learn and study internationally. During the fall semester, 72 DePauw students studied off-campus in 23 countries, including Argentina, Australia, Austria, British West Indies, Chile, China, Denmark, Egypt, England, France, Germany, Ghana, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Russia, Scotland, Southern Cone, Spain and the United States.

DePauw recognized for sustainability efforts
The National Wildlife Federation (NWF), one of the world’s foremost conservation organizations, recognized DePauw for its efforts to promote sustainability. The NWF’s report, Campus Environment 2008: A National Report Card on Sustainability in Higher Education, does not rank colleges but rather lists those that have exemplary programs on specific topics. DePauw is recognized in three of the report’s 18 categories. DePauw is noted for its plans to do more with efficiency, conservation and renewables; plans to do more with green landscaping and grounds; and plans to do more with recycling, solid waste and materials. The University’s Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics was the first building in Indiana to earn a gold rating for energy efficiency and environmental design from the U.S. Green Building Council.

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DAviD P. ALvAREz, assistant professor of English, will spend the spring semester lecturing in India as a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Delhi. Alvarez is the seventh member of the DePauw community to receive an award for this academic year through Fulbright programs, including five recent graduates and MiCHELE T. viLLinSKi, associate professor of economics and management, who will teach environmental and natural resource economics and policy at Universitas Surabaya (UBAYA) in Surabaya, Indonesia during the spring semester. The Independent Colleges of Indiana approved a grant proposal by DAniEL G. GURnOn, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, that will allow DePauw to purchase technology to enable classroom projection of computer-generated images in true 3D. The technology will facilitate teaching of the critical skill of 3D thinking to students of organic, inorganic and biological chemistry.

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CHRiSTOPHER S. BOnDy, assistant professor of sociology, and TiFFAny A. HEBB, coordinator of instruction services, are the 2008 recipients of the CSA Sociological Abstracts Discovery Prize. The $3,000 award is given to educators who promote teaching and learning in sociology through the use of CSA Sociological Abstracts, the premier bibliographic database of international sociological literature.

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ROBERT M. STEELE, Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism, discussed online ethics, especially blogs and blogging, at the Poynter Kent State Media Ethics Workshop held Sept. 18 at Kent State University.

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BRiDGET L. GOURLEy, professor and chair of chemistry, was elected secretary of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR), a national organization of individual and institutional members representing more than 900 colleges and universities.

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GLORiA CHiLDRESS TOWnSEnD, Herrick E.H. Greenleaf Professor of Computer Science, chaired a panel at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing held Oct. 1-4 in Keystone, Colo. The panel focused on organizing successful regional celebrations to eliminate the sense of isolation among women in computing.

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n CORRECTiOn to the Summer 2008 DePauw Magazine
In the summer 2008 issue of DePauw Magazine, the list of Community Leadership Award recipients included incorrect biographical information about Philip A. Byler ’73. Biographical information indicated that he was awarded a Bronze Star and Army “V” Medal for Valor for actions under fire. In fact, the Bronze Star and Valor Medals referred to were awarded to Philip’s older son, John, who as a U.S. Army First Lieutenant, spent 15 months as an infantry platoon leader in Iraq. John is now a U.S. Army Captain, and Philip’s younger son, James, is a U.S. Marines Second Lieutenant. The magazine staff regrets the error. Philip Byler’s community leadership also includes service as Legal Advisor to the Huntington Tri-Village Little League/Senior League Baseball Association.

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Letters to the Editor
Russell Compton’s legacy lives on Dr. Pence didn’t know much about poetry
Editor: Letters conveying encomium memories of Raymond Woodbury Pence [DePauw’s most revered teacher of writing from 1916-52] seem to be falling on the editor’s desk like leaves in autumn. Deservedly so. One more anecdote: In Senior Creative Writing Seminar, students brought work to read aloud. Class members then launched into some really high-flying comments and critiques, often meant, I think, to impress Dr. Pence. After the last reader, he would tell us what was really good or really awful about what was read. At the first meeting, someone invariably asked if poems could be read. “Yes,” he answered. Following a poem came the standard student hot air. Then Dr. Pence would conclude: “I don’t know much about poetry. Next reader.” No one ever again read a poem! He gave many of us a great start in the “craft,” as he called it, of writing. It put bread on my table as a product of my work at Jockey International for 32 years. Mr. Editor, kudos on the look and content of the magazine. You may or may not take seriously comments from the erstwhile editor of the company’s weekly sales bulletin for 32 years, however well meant they are. Arthur M. “Mac” Millholland ’53 Pleasant Prairie, Wis. [EDITOR’S NOTE: We do take them seriously, Mac. Thank you.]

Editor: If I had to pick one of the most influential people in my life, it would be Dr. Russell Compton [professor emeritus of philosophy, who taught at DePauw from 1951-74 and died on Dec. 8, 2007]. His influence on me started about 1977, technically after his retirement. I was introduced to him in a reading/discussion class he led called Contemporary Moral Problems. We discussed issues based on readings about the meaning of life, what is truth, power and love, and abortion. He helped form my analytical reasoning skills and mold my character. He taught by intently listening and reflecting back what was said in a nonjudgmental way that would point out the strengths and weaknesses in the arguments. I also was able to get to know Dr. Compton and his lovely wife outside of class. We would meet over lemonade and talk about issues. He proved to me that peace and justice does start on the inside and work its way out. He influenced family, friends and students, and then the University – the ripples of peace and justice continue to spread outward to this day. The Center for Peace and Justice dedicated to Dr. Compton is a fitting tribute to his continued influence. My husband and I practice otolaryngology in Dallas and have two children. When they were small, I introduced them to Dr. Compton on a visit to Greencastle (see photos above.). Dr. Compton’s legacy continues in my kids and in my work. I listen to my children and let them talk and try not to jump to judgment. I know that intently listening to my patients and reflecting back their concerns are more important than a surgery I can do or a medicine I can prescribe. Dr. Compton’s principles of peace and justice continue to grow even to this day. I am grateful to have known him. Lynda Visher West ’80 Dallas

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M. SUSAN ANTHONY, associate professor of communication and theatre, Gothic Plays and American Society, 1794-1830 (McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers – ISBN: 978-07864-3337-7). In our age, the word Gothic is applied to literature, architecture, music, fashion, film and more, but formerly the term was used to describe a particular type of play that sought to inspire gloom and unease in its audiences. Such plays, considered the initial form of melodrama by some, were included in the earliest repertories of the first permanent theatres in the United States, and they flourished on American stages, bringing into focus the social turmoil following the American Revolution during the critical period 1794-1830. In this first full-length study of early American Gothic drama, the relationship between Gothic plays and the developing society in which they flourished is examined. Gothic Plays and American Society discusses topics ranging from the novelty of American artistic talent and critical opinions of Gothic melodramas to the representation of women in the dramas as compared with the reality of the contemporary female plight. JONATHAN D. CRYER ’61 and Kung-Sik Chan, Time Series Analysis With Applications in R, second edition, (Springer Science+Business Medica, LLC – ISBN: 978-0-387-75958-6), Written for graduate and advanced undergraduate students, Time Series Analysis With Applications in R presents an accessible approach to understanding time series models and their applications. Although the emphasis is on time domain ARIMA models and their analysis, this new edition devotes two chapters to the frequency domain and three to time series regression models, models for heteroscedasticity, and threshold models. All of the ideas and methods are illustrated with both real and simulated data sets. A unique feature of this edition is its integration with the R computing environment. The tables and graphical displays are accompanied by the R commands used to produce them. An extensive R package, TSA, which contains many new or revised R functions and all of the data used in the book, accompanies the written text. Script files of R commands for each chapter are available for download. Cryer is professor emeritus at the University of Iowa in the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Science. TIMOTHY G. COLLINS ’80, Correct Your English Errors (McGraw-Hill – ISBN: 97807-147050-6). Correct Your English Errors highlights more than 1,000 typical errors learners of English make and explains the reasons behind the errors, so readers can correct themselves in the future. The book offers exercises covering all parts of grammar and provides review passages to ensure that readers are error-free. Topics include commonly mispronounced and misspelled words, correct verb forms, using the correct preposition, ensuring proper subject-verb agreement and avoiding double negatives. For those whose native language is not English, there is a section about applying your native language’s grammar patterns to English. This is Collin’s 20th book, and he is hard at work on his next project, a major English as a Second Language textbook series for middle school students. JULIE WHITNEY DAWSON ’58, Seeing the World through the Heart of Its Bells (Gordon Lane Press – ISBN: 978-0-9817683-0-4). In all, Julie Dawson and her husband, Peter, have traveled to 97 countries, all 50 states and seven continents. What is their motivation and passion? Bells. Fascinated by innumerable locations and uses in every culture throughout history, Julie has spent more than 15 years photographing bells. Dawson’s captivating photographs in Seeing the World through the Heart of Its Bells accompany stories about how bells were and are used. She shares numerous fascinating and happy adventures they had in finding them: the town clock

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proclaims the time, bell ringers use bells to create music, bells alert us to perils of fire, bells help us to celebrate and mourn, bells call us to school and church, and our animals wear bells. The variety of places where bells are located – belfries, steeples, towers, city halls, restaurants, homes, farm yards, and on people and animals – makes this story and the story of bells most compelling reading, introducing the reader to customs and histories of various cultures. DEBORAH R. GEIS, associate professor of English, Suzan-Lori Parks (The University of Michigan Press – ISBN: 978-0-472-06946-0). Suzan-Lori Parks is one of America’s most distinctive playwrights. In 2007 her creation, 365 Plays/365 Days, was produced in more than 700 theaters around the world. She was named one of Time magazine’s 100 Innovators for the Next New Wave and is a recipient of the MacArthur Award (“genius grant”). A former student of James Baldwin, Parks is a prolific author with novels and screenplays to her credit, and she also has written a musical. In 2002 she won the Pulitzer Prize for drama (the first African-American woman playwright to win this award), but until now, books about Parks have been scarce. In Suzan-Lori Parks, Geis offers an indispensable guide to Parks’s dramatic works, taking a close look at her major plays and placing them in context. In 2006 Parks spoke at DePauw as part of the Performing Arts Series. Geis’s books include Postmodern Theatric(k)s: Monologue in Contemporary American Drama; Approaching the Millennium: Essays on Angels in America (co-edited with Steven F. Kruger); and Considering Maus: Approaches to Art Spiegelman’s “Survivor’s Tale” of the Holocaust. LISA BELCHER HAMILTON ’80, Wisdom from the Middle Ages for Middle-Aged Women (Morehouse Publishing – ISBN: 978-0-8192-2237-4). Lisa Hamilton thinks of the remarkable, medieval mystic women discussed in this book as midwives to modern wisdom: although they died centuries ago, their legacy of wisdom is a living presence that invites her – and will invite others – to a deeper vitality. The reader is asked to think of each mystic presented as a big sister who knows a lot about God and about living, and as someone who wants to make sure you never feel alone, helping you get through life as best you can. Medieval mystics have much wisdom to offer contemporary middle-aged women grappling with empty nests, evolving careers and relationships, spiritual growth and physical issues. Each chapter focuses on a topic of interest to modern middle-aged women: self-esteem, menopause, relationships with friends, depression, mental health, prayer, sex and/or marriage (or not), mothering without smothering, office politics and much more. Hamilton is an Episcopal priest and the former associate director of public relations for Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood. DUANE S. NICKELL ’80, Guidebook for the Scientific Traveler: Visiting Astronomy and Space Exploration Sites Across America (Rutgers University Press – ISBN: 978-0-8135-4374-1). Finding fascinating scientific sites to visit throughout America can be a daunting task, and this guidebook does all the work for you. The first in a series of travel books that will celebrate science and technology in America, Guidebook for the Scientific Traveler describes astronomy and space-related museums and attractions that conventional travel guides often ignore. Written in clear, easy-to-read language, the book lists more than 50 of the most important and intriguing astronomical and space-related sites in the United States, encompassing both popular and obscure places of interest. The attractions are grouped by theme – such as Native American astronomy, optical telescopes, NASA, radio telescopes, space museums, space rocks and more. With more than 40 illustrations, Guidebook for the Scientific Traveler gives readers a visual understanding of what they can experience at most of the sites. Also included is a state-by-state listing and a list of the top 10 out-of-this-world experiences for the scientific traveler.
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MARY HENLY RUBIO ’61, Lucy Maud Montgomery: The Gift of Wings (Random House – ISBN: 978-0-385-65983-3). One hundred years ago this year, Lucy Maud Montgomery’s first novel, Anne of Green Gables, was published. With the success of this much-loved book – it is now considered a classic – and the many sequels that followed, Montgomery’s name became well known throughout the English-speaking world. Mary Henly Rubio has spent more than two decades researching Lucy Maud Montgomery’s life, and she has put together a comprehensive and penetrating picture of the Canadian literary icon, all set in rich social context. Extensive interviews with people who knew Montgomery – her son, maids, friends, relatives, all now deceased – are only part of the material gathered in a journey to understand Montgomery that took Rubio to Poland and the highlands of Scotland. From Montgomery’s apparently idyllic childhood in Prince Edward Island to her passion-filled adolescence and young adulthood, her legal fights as a worldfamous author, her shattering experiences with motherhood and as wife to a deeply troubled man, this fascinating, intimate narrative of her life will engage and delight. FORREST B. TYLER ’48, Developing Prosocial Communities Across Cultures (Springer Science+Business Medica, LLC – ISBN: 978-0-387-71484-4-6). Skillfully combining psychological knowledge and humanitarian wisdom, Developing Prosocial Communities Across Cultures shows how nurturing environments can be rooted in the common concerns of people and institutions, and provides readers the steps toward achieving this goal. Psychologist/activist Forrest Tyler emphasizes individuals’ collective responsibilities – to themselves, each other and society – and describes a coordinated balance of discrete social changes brought about by civic action, policy changes initiated by officials, and collaboration between professionals and the community. Instructive examples from locales as varied as Colombia, Jordan and the United States offer models from which readers can form unique, innovative solutions. Tyler’s multicultural/multiethnic approach maps out the road from theoretical concepts to real-world action. Developing Prosocial Communities Across Cultures answers the question of how we can use our capabilities and our knowledge to improve the quality of our individual and collective lives. ELIZABETH DYE WALKER ’35, The Old Stone House “Traveller’s Rest”: A History in Bits and Pieces (The Mineral County Historical Foundation and Donning Company Publishers – ISBN: 978-1-57864-481-0). Traveller’s Rest – nicknamed The Stone House – has more than a bit of history attached to it. From the reign of King Charles II of England until present time, this book relates the history of The Stone House and the land it was built on. Standing sentinel on a highway that today is referred to as U.S. 50 between Keyser and Burlington, W.Va., Traveller’s Rest was the perfect place for stagecoach passengers to spend the night before crossing the Allegheny Mountain range. Elizabeth Dye Walker was born in the Old Stone House and lived there until 1923. These essays reveal the remarkable lives and history that have taken place there for nearly 200 years. The Old Stone House uniquely tells its own history in one chapter (literally, in first person), while another chapter contains Walker’s vivid recollections of what it was like being a child there. Through the efforts of Elizabeth Dye Walker and others, The Old Stone House is being restored so that it can tell its story to present and future generations.

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PRESIDENT’S REPORT PRESIDENT’S REPORT ANNUAL HONOR ROLL of DONORS
A Message from President Brian W. Casey  Financial Report for 2007-08  A Report from R. David Hoover ’67  The Washington C. DePauw Society  Indiana Asbury Legacy Society  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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A Message from Brian W. Casey

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First and most importantly, I want to thank DePauw’s alumni for your support in my first months on the job. You have already taught me a great deal, and I look forward to meeting more of you, listening, and benefiting from your distinctive perspectives in the coming year. The Honor Roll of Donors in this magazine recognizes alumni, parents and friends who support DePauw. For many reasons, you already love the University. I discussed a few of these with alumni at the Reunion Weekend Celebration in June: how DePauw’s unusual sense of its own past informs and enriches us; its commitment to a liberal arts education, which I believe is vital to this nation; and its rare ability to attract and train students with remarkable, multiple talents. And we are, ultimately, about the students. We need to capitalize on their openness, curiosity and sense of joy. We must teach them to write, speak and think. We want them to be ethical, engaged, lively and civic-minded citizens of a complicated world difficult even to envision today. The stronger their education, the stronger DePauw is. DePauw will rise and fall on the strength of its intellectual life. My role as president, therefore, is to ask the questions that lead us to that greatest strength: Are we doing all that we can to ensure that this is the strongest DePauw possible? Are we truly attracting the best students in the nation and world? Are we hiring and promoting great teachers and supporting them in the ways that outstanding colleges do? Are we managing our resources wisely? We will answer those questions, and others, in ongoing conversations both on and off campus as we, together, chart DePauw’s course for the future. DePauw on my watch will continue to draw on the wisdom of 171 years of tradition. We will continue to embrace and defend the idea of education grounded in the liberal arts. And we’ll take the time to celebrate the intellectual excellence of DePauw University, while we continuously, deliberately and creatively seek ways to enhance it.

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Recent Events and Accomplishments

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Brian W. Casey became DePauw’s 19th president on July 1, 2008. A native of New Jersey, Casey received a B.A. degree in philosophy and economics at the University of Notre Dame and law degree from the School of Law at Stanford University. A member of the New York and California bars, he practiced corporate law with the firm of Davis Polk and Wardwell in the New York and London offices. He left the practice of law to enter the graduate program in the History of American Civilization at Harvard, where he obtained a Ph.D. and taught in both the History Department and in the History and Literature Program. He was associate dean for academic affairs in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard prior to joining DePauw. He succeeds Robert G. Bottoms, who retired as president after 22 years as the University’s leader and now serves as president emeritus and director of the Janet Prindle Institute for Ethics.

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DePauw Discourse 2008, the fifth annual symposium hosted by The Washington C. DePauw Society, brought numerous guest speakers and notable alumni together on campus Sept. 18-20 to engage members of the DePauw community in dialogue on this year’s theme, America’s Role in the World. DePauw faculty members were joined by the following national leaders and thinkers: Madeleine K. Albright, former U.S. Secretary of State; Bret Baier ’92, FOX News chief White House correspondent; Pamela L. Carter, president of Cummins Distribution Business; Catherine Collins, nonfiction author and former reporter covering Turkey for the Chicago Tribune; Sally Smerz Cowal ’66, vice president of Population Services International; Newton F. Crenshaw ’85, vice president of policy, pricing, reimbursement and access, and international corporate affairs for Eli Lilly and Co.; Nisreen El‑Shamayleh ’04, correspondent for Saudi channel KSA2 in Amman, Jordan; Douglas Frantz ’71, Condé Nast Portfolio senior writer; Lee H. Hamilton ’52, former congressman, Iraq Study Group co-chair, National War Powers Commission member, and president and director of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; Kathryn Fortune Hubbard ’74, founder of Bridges of Understanding; Saad Eddin Ibrahim, founder of Cairo-based Ibn Khaldun Centre for Development Studies; Stephen W. Sanger ’68, former chairman of General Mills, Inc.; Robert M. Steele ’69, Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism at DePauw; James B. Stewart, Jr. ’73, editor-at-large for Smart Money magazine and contributing editor for SmartMoney.com; John E. Tedstrom III ’84, executive director of the Global Business Coalition; and Don W. Wycliff, journalist-in-residence at Loyola University. The symposium included a sneak preview of Einstein and the Roosevelts, a musical written by Nancy Ford Charles ’57 and Gretchen Kiger Cryer ’57. A full summary of DePauw Discourse 2008 appears on page 12.

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DePauw welcomed 625 new students to campus this fall, including a group of 77 students from outside the United States. Not only does the Class of 2012 include the largest entering class of international non-citizens in DePauw’s 171-year history, it also comprises 102 new students of color who are American citizens. As Vice President of Admission and Financial Aid Stefanie D. Niles points out, “The global reach of the University has never been greater. DePauw’s efforts to increase diversity have made the University more reflective of the world in which our students will someday live and work.” Members of the Class of 2012 come from 39 states, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and 19 countries. Of the incoming students, 48 were valedictorians or salutatorians in high school, 34 percent are from Indiana, 21 percent are first-generation college students and 22 percent have an alumni tie to DePauw.

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DePauw’s academic environment is enriched by four senior scholars who started their visiting positions in fall 2008. Robert M. Steele ’69 is the 2008-14 Eugene S. Pulliam Distinguished Visiting Professor and professor of communication and theatre. Humberto Barreto is the 2008-15 Elizabeth P. Allen Distinguished University Professor and professor of economics and management. Julie Hollowell is the 2008-09 Nancy Schaenen Visiting Scholar in Ethics and part-time visiting professor of anthropology. Richard L. Lippke is the 2008-09 Robert and Carolyn Frederick Distinguished Visiting Scholar in Ethics and adjunct professor of philosophy.


DePauw students, faculty members and alumni engaged in dialogue with the following individuals who visited campus in 2007-08 as part of The Timothy and Sharon Ubben Lecture Series: Ralph Nader, consumer advocate, lawyer, activist and three-time presidential candidate; Frank Warren, founder of the blog PostSecret.com; and Tony Blair, former Prime Minister of Great Britain.


A DePauw program, Leveling the CS1 Playing Field, was 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 former 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.


The annual Exemplary Teaching Award given jointly by DePauw and the General Board of Higher Education of the United Methodist Church was awarded for 2007-08 to Kerry E. Pannell, associate professor of economics and management, and Pamela M. Propsom, professor of psychology. The award is supported by the George and Virginia Crane Distinguished Teaching Award Fund.


Deborah Bial, the founder and president of the Posse Foundation, a college-access organization, and a recipient of a MacArthur Foundation grant, delivered the address at DePauw’s 169th annual commencement, during which 598 students received diplomas. At the commencement, DePauw awarded Bial the McNaughton Medal for Public Service and conferred three honorary degrees. Carolyn Tisdel Jones ’58, executive vice president for academic affairs emerita at Purdue University, received a Doctor

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VITAL SIGNS
DePauw Vital Signs
Full-time equivalent enrollment Graduation rate Student – faculty ratio (full-time faculty) Annual Fund Endowment Library holdings Multicultural students, including international students Full-time faculty members Tuition and fees Room and board Financial aid from DePauw University Number of academic majors offered Median combined SAT score Median ACT score

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2,374 79.6% 10:1 $5,795,791 $544.8 million 336,342 431 238 $29,700 $8,100 $37,042,537 40 1210 27

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2,303 70.8% 13:1 $3,620,561 $353.8 million 260,000 326 162 $17,050 $5,616 $18,172,000 47 1150 26

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2,171 74.0% 13:1 $2,047,610 $92.4 million 226,350 105 130 $8,850 $3,375 $2,465,500 40 1070 24

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of Pedagogy. Douglas A. Smith ’68, chairman and chief executive officer of Value Creation Partners and Best Brands Corporation, received a Doctor of Business Administration. George A. Purnell ’71, senior pastor at the First United Methodist Church of Bloomington, Ind., received a Doctor of Divinity.


DePauw’s 2008 graduating class had one of the largest percentages of students in the country to apply to Teach for America (TFA), a program that serves urban and rural public schools across the nation. Among members of the Class of 2008, a record 72 students applied for TFA, 17 were accepted and 13 made the two-year commitment to participate in the program.


DePauw continues to rank as one of the top colleges in the United States in terms of the percentage of students who study abroad. The Institute of International Education’s annual report, titled Open Doors 2007, lists DePauw as one of America’s top 10 small colleges for international opportunities. The Open Doors report is produced with funding from the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.


Five 2008 DePauw graduates and one 2007 graduate were accepted to participate in the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program, which is sponsored by the Japanese government. Lauren E. Li ’07, Kelly M. Gagnon ’08, Kim Ryan Harper ’08, Jeremiah T. Lee ’08, Corinne McWilliams ’08 and Madison B. Murphy ’08 are working as teachers or translators in public schools and government offices throughout Japan.


In 2007-08 DePauw ranked 16th among the nation’s leading, bachelor’s degree-granting institutions for producing students who receive Fulbright grants. Three 2007 graduates – Jeyson H. Florez, Michael R. Roberts and Nishita Trisal – held Fulbright grants to teach and study in Costa Rica, Germany and Indonesia, respectively, while John P. Porter ’02 had a Fulbright grant to study 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.


DePauw was one of only two liberal arts colleges in America to have three recipients of the 2008 Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, the premier undergraduate award of its type in the fields of mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering. The University’s three Goldwater Scholars, Alexander P. Breitinger, Nicole R. Stone and Kathleen F. Mittendorf, are students in DePauw’s Science Research Fellows Program.


DePauw students are more academically engaged – in and out of the classroom – than undergraduates at peer institutions and the national average at all colleges and universities, according to the 2007 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), titled “Experiences That Matter: Enhancing Student Learning and Success.” Sponsored by The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, the NSSE study is an indicator of how well students are learning and what they put into and get out of their undergraduate experience. The survey findings provide comparative standards for determining how effectively colleges are contributing to learning. Five key areas of educational performance are measured: level of academic challenge, active and collaborative learning, student-faculty interaction, enriching educational experiences and supportive campus environment.


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Fiscal Year Financial Summary

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The University completed the fiscal year ending June 30, 2008, with an operating loss of more than $3 million and projects a similar shortfall for the academic year that began on July 1, 2008. To address these deficits, in October DePauw’s Board of Trustees endorsed an extension of the University’s credit facilities, changes in the use of endowment funds and endowment practices, and other ameliorative steps. The board also endorsed the creation of three committees to evaluate the following areas: Fringe benefits. Health care costs continue to rise rapidly, and DePauw’s costs for fringe benefits overall, and for employee health care in particular, are higher than at most peer institutions. The committee will evaluate the University’s fringe benefit costs and make recommendations to the administration. Walden Inn. The conference center/hotel/restaurant on campus has had significant operating losses for the past few years, with continued losses expected for at least the next several years. The losses directly affect our operating budget. A new committee will examine all available options to address this situation, recognizing that having the hotel on campus does meet the needs of many DePauw constituencies. Admission and outreach. In a fiercely competitive admission environment, DePauw must make sure that it uses all available admission and outreach tools. This committee’s charge is to examine the University’s admission, financial aid and outreach efforts with an aim of expanding the University’s applicant pool and increasing the yield on offers of admission by ensuring that DePauw remains a top choice among the nation’s and world’s brightest young scholars. I am honored to have been asked in September by President Brian W. Casey to return to this position, which I held from 1993 to 2000, on an interim basis until a permanent vice president for finance and administration is selected. DePauw is not immune to the financial crisis that has affected institutions throughout the U.S. and across the globe. The University has faced other challenging periods in its 171-year history. With the energetic new leadership of President Casey, the steady oversight of our Board of Trustees, and the continuing strong support of DePauw’s loyal alumni and friends, I am confident the University will emerge stronger than before. Thank you for the opportunity to serve DePauw.

Thomas E. Dixon

Thomas E. Dixon Interim Vice President for Finance and Administration

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DePauw University Budget Report
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VARIANCE

Tuition Revenue .............................................................. 68,355,000 ........................ 68,279,827 .............................(75,173)..................................99.9% Less Financial Aid......................................................... (36,966,000) ...................... (37,042,537) ..............................(76,537)................................100.2% Net Tuition Revenue ....................................................... 31,389,000 ........................ 31,237,290 ...........................(151,710)..................................99.5% Student Fees ...................................................................... 1,078,000 .......................... 1,071,083 ...............................(6,917)..................................99.4% Net Tuition and Fees Revenue ......................................... 32,467,000 ........................ 32,308,373 ...........................(158,627)..................................99.5% Endowment Income ........................................................ 26,101,000 ........................ 26,557,019 ............................. 456,019 ...............................101.7% Investment Income ............................................................... 568,000 ............................. 723,109 ............................. 155,109 ...............................127.3% Private Gifts and Grants .................................................... 6,673,000 .......................... 6,525,821 ...........................(147,179)..................................97.8% Government Grants.............................................................. 508,000 ............................. 534,791 ............................... 26,791 ...............................105.3% Other Sources....................................................................... 298,000 ............................. 318,577 ............................... 20,577 ...............................106.9% Total Education and General Revenue ............................. 66,615,000 ........................ 66,967,690 ............................. 352,690 ...............................100.5% Room, Board and Bookstore Revenue ............................. 13,569,000 ........................ 13,018,826 ...........................(550,174)..................................95.9% TOTAL REVENUE..................................................................80,184,000 ........................ 79,986,516 ...........................(197,484)..................................99.8%

EXPENDITURES, DEBT SERVICE AND TRANSFERS: Faculty Salaries and Instruction ....................................... 28,432,000 ........................ 28,997,585 ...........................(565,585)................................102.0% General Academic Support ................................................ 3,957,000 .......................... 4,689,177 ...........................(732,177)................................118.5% Library .............................................................................. 2,914,000 .......................... 3,352,166 ...........................(438,166)................................115.0% Student Services .............................................................. 11,041,000 ........................ 11,219,497 ...........................(178,497)................................101.6% Institutional Support ....................................................... 11,860,000 ........................ 11,733,097 ............................. 126,903 .................................98.9% Buildings and Grounds...................................................... 8,209,000 .......................... 8,811,961 ...........................(602,961)................................107.3% Total Educational and General Expenditures ................... 66,413,000 ........................ 68,803,483 ........................(2,390,483)................................103.6% Room, Board and Bookstore Expenditures ...................... 10,408,000 ........................ 10,395,865 ............................... 12,135 .................................99.9% Total Expenditures .......................................................... 76,821,000 ........................ 79,199,348 ........................(2,378,348)................................103.1% Debt Service ...................................................................... 3,359,000 .......................... 3,999,736 ...........................(640,736)................................119.1% TOTAL EXPENDITURES, DEBT SERVICE AND TRANSFERS ............................................................................80,180,000 ........................ 83,199,084 ........................(3,019,084)................................103.8% EXCESS OF REVENUE OVER EXPENDITURES, DEBT SERVICE AND TRANSFERS ..........................................................4,000 ....................... (3,212,568) .........................(3,216,568)

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R. David Hoover ’67

Chair, DePauw University Board of Trustees

Ask alumni what they remember and value most about their DePauw experience, and many will cite the faculty’s commitment to their education as well as their personal growth and development. Academic demands are just as rigorous and challenging today. But today’s students learn in a more international context with enhanced opportunities to excel in individual scholarly and creative projects — research, independent study, theses and internships. This report highlights some of our noteworthy achievements in enriching our intellectual life, a topic that has become even more salient in light of President Casey’s call for us to engage in a serious conversation about the ways in which we can further enrich the intellectual life of our students and our campus. We have done much in recent years, through the five-year strategic plan, Securing Our Legacy, to build a strong base. This has been facilitated by increasing the number of full-time faculty members – 226 in 2007-08 – and by lowering class size, resulting in an enviable student-to-faculty ratio of 10-to-1. New spaces conducive to student and faculty interaction, such as the Judson and Joyce Green Center for the Performing Arts and the Percy Lavon Julian Science & Mathematics Center, emphasize the interactive, human nature of academic work. Another indicator of academic engagement is the combination of retention and graduation rates for DePauw students. By building on depauw.year1, a program that supports first-year students’ academic performance and persistence to graduation, DePauw has achieved an 85 percent rate of student graduation within four years of matriculation, beginning with the Class of 2006. We also note a significant increase in the number of DePauw students receiving outside scholarships and fellowships. Sixteen DePauw students received Fulbright Grants in the last three years. In 2007-08 three DePauw students received Barry M. Goldwater Scholarships, the premier national undergraduate award in mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering. A record number of DePauw students (72) this year applied for Teach for America, the national teaching corps of outstanding recent graduates. I could go on and on listing student achievements, and we also must credit the advisers and staff members who guide students through the application process for these awards. DePauw’s programs in music, theatre, visual arts and creative writing – always among the best at liberal arts colleges nationwide – are now even more dynamic.

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The evidence is compelling: Increased numbers of students and faculty members in the School of Music and the communication and theatre department; greater performance opportunities; exceptional studio and performance spaces in the newly renovated and expanded Green Center for the Performing Arts; a 50 percent growth in the number of students majoring in art history and studio art; a fourth studio – for sculpture – that complements studios for painting and drawing, ceramics, photography and video; expanded gallery programs in new spaces in the renovated William Weston Clarke Museum of Art and the Richard E. Peeler Art Center; an expanded University art collection, particularly in Tibetan art and Andy Warhol photos; the growth of the annual ArtsFest held on campus each fall; and nine creative writing faculty members, more than double the number a decade ago. This is necessarily a brief overview of developments at DePauw in the areas of academic engagement and the creative and performing arts. The central point is that their cumulative effect is a stimulating living and learning environment conducive to academic excellence and intellectual discourse – both long-respected hallmarks of a DePauw education. From this dynamic setting, DePauw graduates become members of communities across the nation and around the globe. DePauw has worked hard to challenge students with a more diverse curriculum, faculty and student body. More states (45) and countries (24) are represented in the current student body than at any time in DePauw’s history. The percentage of students of color has grown to 16 percent. Faculty members of color represent about 20 percent of the total faculty. Nearly 10 percent of the student body come from other nations, and 14 percent of faculty members are international citizens. Strategic efforts have attracted more qualified international students to DePauw than ever before. They enrich DePauw’s academic, cultural and social life in the classroom and as Resident Assistants, members of Greek houses, athletes and leaders in campus organizations. The University’s international recruiting efforts have spread the word about DePauw around the world, which helps build momentum for future classes. At the same time, DePauw extends its long commitment to off-campus study opportunities that expand students’ global perspectives. DePauw continues to rank among the top American colleges in terms of percentage of students who study abroad. While it’s true that many DePauw courses have had an ethical component, and that faculty members have traditionally challenged students to examine ethical issues in their liberal arts studies, this, too, has been expanded. At least 50 courses offered each semester now directly cover ethics-related issues. And in addition to the Christian ethics issues, courses also explore Asian religions, ethnic differences, ethics in art, conflict studies and much more. The uncommon support and involvement of alumni have been vital to strengthening the University and ensuring that the DePauw experience is available for future generations. DePauw’s Office of Alumni Relations, with
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the help of the DePauw Alumni Association Board of Directors, coordinates more than 150 regional alumni events and programs each year. Alumni engagement with DePauw appears to be growing even stronger. Alumni in a greater number of geographic regions are expressing an interest in organizing an alumni group. Twelve Regional Alumni Councils and Clubs plan events around the country, and alumni relations staff members have heard from alumni interested in forming new ones in several other regions. Many alumni who previously weren’t involved or very active with the University are now more involved and attend regional events, and a record number of alumni attended Alumni Reunion Weekend in June 2008. Another new effort launched this academic year allows alumni to participate in programs in which they already have an interest, such as the National Month of Service projects held in 11 U.S. cities in May. These complement events such as DePauw Discourse, which brings together alumni and friends, distinguished guests, faculty members and students to discuss important public issues. Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright was the keynote speaker for DePauw’s fifth annual Discourse in September. The Alumni Relations Office was hard at work on the rollout this fall of a more user-friendly Alumni Gateway based on the best practices of other Web sites and incorporating features of social networking sites as well as an advanced search engine. The popular Faculty Road Show, which brings current DePauw faculty members to regional alumni events in the spring, was offered for the second year during 2007-08. Alumni have been especially interested this year in meeting DePauw’s new president. These events and programs are based on input from alumni, who seem eager to offer their opinions and suggestions. In fact, the Board of Trustees has been impressed with the willingness of the entire DePauw community — not just alumni, but students, faculty and staff members, board members and friends as well – to come together in a broad-based commitment to this University. And now DePauw’s reputation as a leading national liberal arts university will continue to thrive under new leadership. We were thrilled to inaugurate DePauw’s 19th president, Brian W. Casey, on Oct. 10. On behalf of the Board of Trustees, we look forward to the new chapter he will write in the University’s proud history, and we thank you for your participation and support.

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


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 ALL GIFTS BY SOURCE
Alumni ............................................................................................................................$19,194,274 Gifts...........................................................................................................................$13,226,691 Estates..........................................................................................................................$5,967,583 Parents .................................................................................................................................$231,308 Friends ..............................................................................................................................$2,577,973 Corporations ........................................................................................................................$758,134 Foundations ......................................................................................................................$3,350,886 Family Trusts and Other Organizations .............................................................................$1,588,020 TOTAL......................................................................................................................$27,700,595 Number of Alumni Donors ......................................................................................................10,372 Alumni Participation Percentage...................................................................................................39% Number of WCDS Annual Members (alumni, parents and friends) ...........................................1,270 All Gifts by Source
Family Trusts and Family Trusts and Other Organizations Other Organizations = 5.7% Corporations = 2.7% Corporations Foundations = 12.1% Foundations Parents and Friends = 10.2% Parents and Friends
Alumni = 69.3% Alumni

ALL GIFTS BY PURPOSE
Current-Use Support .........................................................................................................$8,062,458 Annual Fund................................................................................................................$5,795,791 Other Current Restricted .............................................................................................$2,266,667 Buildings and Grounds......................................................................................................$4,907,022 Endowment and Similar Funds .......................................................................................$13,070,984 Scholarships and Other Financial Aid ..........................................................................$2,699,952 Faculty Support...............................................................................................................$828,794 Academic Support........................................................................................................$2,307,896 Unrestricted .................................................................................................................$6,788,033 Other ..............................................................................................................................$446,309 Deferred Gifts ...................................................................................................................$1,660,131 TOTAL..................................................................................................................... $27,700,595
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A Message from John L. Rabb ’66

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John L. Rabb ’66

Executive Committee Chair

On behalf of everyone in the DePauw family, I want to thank the Washington C. DePauw Society lifetime and annual members listed on the following pages whose leadership-level support is so critical to the intellectual life of the University. Gifts to the 2007-08 Annual Fund at the Washington C. DePauw Society level totaled more than $4 million dollars to support the University’s ongoing operations. Our membership, which reached 1,270 in fiscal year 2008, 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.” Your tremendous giving, both annual and lifetime, leads DePauw alumni, parents and friends in support for current and future generations of students and faculty.

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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.

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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 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 or creative projects, Winter Term and off-campus study and other immediate needs of the University. 2007-08 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 Founders Circle ......................................................................................$500–$1,499
A gift of $1,500 or more qualifies annual membership for alumni who are 15 or more years post graduation. A gift of $1,000 or more qualifies annual membership for alumni who are 10–14 years post graduation. A gift of $500 or more qualifies annual membership for Graduates of the Last Decade, alumni who are 1–9 years post graduation.

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The Washington C. DePauw Society welcomed the following new lifetime members in 2007-08. Joining at the Partner lifetime member level:
John W. Kinsey ’52 Pamela Lorman Peternell ’68 and Ben C. Peternell, Friend Ned A. Smith ’52 and Marcia Fobes Smith, Friend Curtis R. Bryant ’58 and Pat Bryant, Friend Judith Shafer Davidson ’57 Margaret Jolly Dunton ’41 Robert L. Erickson ’58 Robert W. Evans ’59 and Sharon C. Evans Gerry L. Fathauer ’75 Janet Risi Field ’81 John R. Hammond III ’76 and Diana H. Hamilton, Friend T. Lyle Harlor ’48 Charles W. Hillman ’52 and Anne Mossberg Hillman ’51 Dennis B. Kelley ’72 John S. Marlatt ’69 and Peggy Marlatt, Friend John Fredrick Meyers ’64 and Sally Zoller Meyers ’64 Ellen S. Miller ’76 Walter W. Sampson, Jr. ’58 and Ann M. Sampson, Friend James E. Shields ’56 and Irma Shields, Friend The Sieg and Dunlap Funds Edward L. Unterberg ’58

Joining at the Fellow lifetime member level: Joining at the Lifetime member level:

DePauw University gratefully acknowledges the significant additional gifts and commitments that qualified the following current members for a higher membership level.
Fred J. Bartizal ’65 and Susan Ferry Bartizal ’65 Margaret Hogue Corneilsen ’56 dec Clint V. Cox ’38 dec Betty Davis Givens ’54 and David W. Givens M. Lewis Gulick ’44 Joyce Foster Larson ’53 Douglas I. Smith ’85 Michael L. Smith ’70 and Susan Leet Smith ’71 Richard D. Wood ’48 and Billie Lou Wood, Friend

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 Richard D. Wood ’48 and Billie Lou Wood, Friend PARTNER LIFETImE LEVEL Elizabeth Pfeffer Allen ’56 and Robert E. Allen, Friend Jane Allison ’37 Anonymous J. William Asher ’50 and Dorothy Asher, Friend Sarah Hogate Bacon ’41 dec 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 dec 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 John W. Fisher and Janice B. Fisher, Parents Robert R. Frederick ’48 and Carolyn Smith Frederick ’49 Shirley B. Frees, Friend Betty Davis Givens ’54 and David W. Givens Greg T. Greenwood ’78 and Kristina L. Greenwood, Friend M. Lewis Gulick ’44 C. Salen Herke ’51 H. David Hilliard and Bonne G. Hilliard Ronald K. Holmberg ’54 and Cynthia Brooks Holmberg ’56 R. David Hoover ’67 and Suzanne Anderson Hoover ’67 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 Julie R. Johnson, Friend Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. ’57 Marilou Morrell Kelly ’55 Edith B. Kinsey, Parent John W. Kinsey ’52 Arthur E. Klauser ’45 Charles A. Leis ’52 and Marilyn Newpart Leis ’52 Sal F. Marino ’42 dec George L. Mazanec ’58 and Elsa B. 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, Jr., Friend Jane Turk Schlansker ’63 Bradley L. Sexauer ’73 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 FELLOW LIFETImE LEVEL Dorothy Stout Aldridge ’51 Mrs. Phillip H. Ault, Friend Fred J. Bartizal ’65 and Susan Ferry Bartizal ’65 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 Grooms 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 dec and Doris Wells Duesing ’50 J. Robert Fletcher, Parent Frederick B. Hendricks ’58 Floyd M. Huber and Mary Huber, Parents

Report of gifts received July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008.

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Donald W. Jones, Sr. ’43 Joyce Foster Larson ’53 Robert L. Mitchell ’60 Mary Frances Pearson, Parent Pamela Lorman Peternell ’68 and Ben C. Peternell, Friend Myrta J. Pulliam, Friend Robert F. Reckman ’44 and Carleen Reckman, Friend Darlene Montgomery Ryan ’76 Thomas H. Sams ’64 and Susan Sams, Parent Erwin E. Schulze ’47 Douglas I. Smith ’85 Michael L. Smith ’70 and Susan Leet Smith ’71 Ned A. Smith ’52 and Marcia Fobes Smith, Friend 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 Baker Baker ’59 Beth Williston Barr ’38 Carol Ledford Barrett ’63 William J. Barrett ’61 and Sara Schrock Barrett ’61 E. Webb Bassick IV ’74 Emily Beaman Beals ’69 and Brian L. Beals, Friend Effie R. Behrens, Parent Barbara Van Dellen Beré ’47 Katherine Lind Bergethon, Friend Nini M. Bermudez-Webb, Friend Florence Rupper Bernhardt ’43 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 W. Austin Boynton, Parent Alan R. Brill ’64 James E. Brumbaugh ’55 Daniel E. Brunette ’74 Arthur L. Bryant ’56 and Carol Shanahan Bryant ’58 Curtis R. Bryant ’58 and Pat Bryant, Friend Frances Buch for William H. Buch ’36 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 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 Dorothy D. Craddock, Parent Alan M. Craft ’50 and Ann Logan Craft, Friend William L. Crist ’69 and Carol Prentice Crist ’70 Karen ’94, Michael ’98, and Brian ’00 Curley Loren D. Daily ’51 and Gloria Lindquist Daily ’52 Ruth Ellen Borgmeier Daugherty ’47 Judith Shafer Davidson ’57 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 Margaret Jolly Dunton ’41 Aura May Durham ’46 Kris Elftmann and Linda Elftmann, Parents James H. Emison ’47 and Eileen Sullivan Emison ’47

Endowment Gift at Work

Alumnus supports psychology research
The number of students and faculty members in the Department of Psychology has doubled since J. William Asher, Ph.D., received his B.A. in that field in 1950. This important area of study continues to intrigue DePauw students in increasing numbers, and Professor Asher wants to help them get the most out of their education. After a long and successful career as professor of education and psychological sciences at Purdue University, Professor Asher is continuing his interest in psychological research through the J. William and Katherine C. Asher Endowed Research Fund. This fund, started with direct gifts and to be sustained through a planned estate gift, provides funding for students and faculty research endeavors within the field of psychology. Just as students and faculty members deeply appreciate the help of the Asher Fund, Professor Asher appreciates the fine work being done by DePauw psychology students and those teaching them. After returning from a major conference earlier this year, Professor Asher wrote to say: “They had more than 1,000 researchers presenting posters, including many from the leading universities in the United States and around the world. I was deeply impressed that six of these posters were by DePauw psychology department students. The work was excellent.” Professor Asher added, “I could not have been more proud or pleased that my efforts to support the research in the department have produced such quality work.”
James W. Emison ’71 and Kathryn Holmes Emison ’72 Theodore M. Englehart ’42 Mary Palmer Enroth ’62 Robert L. Erickson ’58 Philip N. Eskew, Jr. ’63 and Ann Eskew, Friend Robert W. Evans ’59 and Sharon C. Evans Glady Caley Faires ’56 Robert H. Farber ’35 and Vera May Knauer Farber ’36 Gerry L. Fathauer ’75 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 Janet Risi Field ’81 Gerald F. Fitzgerald, Jr. ’72 and Denise McMahon Fitzgerald, Friend Allen D. Fleener ’52 and Margaret Fleener, Friend Marvin E. Flewellen ’85 and Caren Flewellen, Friend Roger R. Fross ’62 and Madelon Rose 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 Paul O. Germann, Jr. ’52 Robert W. Gibson ’60 and Elizabeth Gibson, Parent and children Thomas R. Gibson ’64 and Sophie H. 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 Donald L. Hamilton ’57 and Emily Hooton Hamilton ’58 Vernon O. Hamilton ’64 and Valerie Watson Hamilton ’65 Arlene R. Hamilton, Friend John R. Hammond III ’76 and Diana H. Hamilton, Friend Glenn C. Hannah ’52 Richard A. Hansen ’53 and Joan K. Hansen, Friend T. Lyle Harlor ’48 Sharon Kniebbe Hartshorn ’66 and Terry Hartshorn, Friend Michael A. Herrell ’60 and Helen H. Herrell, Parent Charles W. Hillman ’52 and Anne Mossberg Hillman ’51 Faith Ritz Engle Hippensteel ’30 Max W. Hittle, Jr. ’66 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 S. Johnson ’53 and Anne Prindle Johnson ’54 David C. Johnson ’72 and Linda M. Johnson, Friend Carolyn T. Jones ’58

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Julia M. Johnson, Friend 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 Dennis B. Kelley ’72 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 Robert J. Lavidge ’43 Betty-Jane Yuncker Lee ’42 Marcia Johnson Lemon ’46 Daniel E. Lewis, Jr. ’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 R. 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 R. Marfise John S. Marlatt ’69 and Peggy Marlatt, Friend William C. Marlatt ’65 and Kathryn G. Marlatt, Parent Wesley P. Martin, Friend Engrid Hitch Meng ’66 John Fredrick Meyers ’64 and Sally Zoller Meyers ’64 Susan Reichert Milanak ’84 Ellen S. Miller ’76 Kathryn A. Miller ’73 Mark C. Mills ’73 Dean A. Mitchell ’51 and Martha Dunlavy Mitchell ’52 Bruce M. Montgomerie ’68 Mary Ann Moore, Friend Lane Moore ’50 and Marian Miner Moore ’50 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 Marjorie Bundy Parks ’32 dec John B. Parks ’63 Sandra Frakes Parsons ’62 John T. Peters ’54 Theodore 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 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 Corrine V. Reichert, Parent Marjorie Rackow Reichart ’66 Blair A. Rieth, Jr. ’80 and Teresa O. Rieth, Friend Todd R. Roberson ’82 and Marian Blew Roberson ’81 Frank H. Roberts ’41 John P. Rudy ’51 and Barbara M. Rudy, Parent Walter W. Sampson, Jr. ’58 and Ann M. Sampson, Friend 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 James E. Shields ’56 and Irma Shields, Friend Marjorie Showalter, Friend The Sieg and Dunlap Funds Alvin I. Singer ’53 Lucy Brown Sloan ’61 Gordon Stanford Smith, Friend Kathleen Keller Smith ’52 and Charles L. Smith, Parent Carl Sorenson ’51 Moyer Eugene Speicher ’43 Thomas G. Spiece ’70 Linda G. Sprankle ’64 Max L. Stackhouse ’57 and Jean Hostetler Stackhouse ’57 Gilbert D. Standley ’82 and Sarah Englehart Standley ’80 Charles A. Stevenson ’35 and Jane S. Stevenson, Friend James G. Stewart ’64 Glenn M. Swisher, Friend and Molly Swisher, Friend Sylvan W. Tackitt, Friend John W. Taylor III ’62 and Kaari Taylor, Parent John I. Taylor ’80 and Kimberlee Fitzgerald Taylor ’78 Edward E. Thompson ’62 and Marilyn Muse Thompson ’63 Donald E. Town ’71 Mildred J. Tracht, Parent Steven L. Trulaske ’79 and Michelle K. Trulaske, Friend Edward L. Unterberg ’58 William R. Van Bokkelen ’68 James C. Van Horne ’57 and Mimi Van Horne, Friend Thomas K. Vandiver ’73 and Carolyn Haimann Vandiver, Friend Jennifer D. Vear, Friend Brenton Wadsworth ’51 and Jean Wadsworth, Friend F. Michael Wahl ’53 Bruce Walker ’53 Elizabeth Dye Walker ’35 Frank D. Walker ’57 June A. Walker ’58 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 M. Lucille Hart Wilson ’29 dec Margaret Hardgrove Wilson ’41 Lawrence E. Young, Jr. ’84


THE WASHINGTON C. DEPAUW SOCIETY ROSTER of ANNUAL MEMBERS
Sally Utterback Abarr ’85 and Russell Abarr, Friend Neal B. Abraham and Donna L. Wiley, Friends Steven M. Abraham and Nancy Abraham, Parents Karen Koning Abu Zayd ’63 Charles A. Adams ’64 and Linda Howell Adams ’64 Michael D. Adams ’00 George H. Aldrich ’54 and Rosemary Balmfarth Aldrich, Friend Arthur G. Allard, Jr. ’43 and Shirley Andrew Allard ’43 Elizabeth Pfeffer Allen ’56 and Robert E. Allen, Friend Helen Reis Allen ’46 and Herb Allen, Friend Joseph P. Allen IV ’59 and Bonnie Darling Allen ’61 Caryn Cockerill Anderson ’89 and David T. Anderson, Friend Dean K. Anderson ’50 and Gretchen Scott Anderson ’49 Jane Eklund Anderson ’65 and Allan James Anderson, Friend Anonymous Don B. Ansel ’52 and Irene Koebke Ansel ’52 Susan M. Ansel ’82 Roy J. Anthony ’73 and Cynthia S. Anthony, Parent Mary Jo Morrison Ardington ’78 and Mark Winsted Ardington, Friend William H. Arends ’72 Jason A. Asbury ’95 Donald B. Aslan ’67 Deborah Aydelott ’72 dec Katherine C. Bahl and William F. Bahl, Parents Stanley L. Bahler ’66 and Bobbette Hendricks Bahler ’66 Holly Adams Bailey ’92 and Paul Bailey, Friend Roberta Farrow Baldwin ’54 John H. Bankhurst ’99 David T. Barker ’64 and Kathryn Donaldson Barker, Friend Susan Suckow Barkhausen ’78 and David N. Barkhausen, Friend Eleanor Thee Barkley ’53 Roberta O. Barnes ’70 and Clark J. Chandler, Friend 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 James H. Beatty, Sr. ’58 and Ann Beatty, Parent David B. Becker ’75 and Christy Becker, Friend 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 Christine Boeke ’78 and William Jenks, Friend Michael E. Bogers ’01 and Courtenay Grass Bogers ’02 Brett Alan Bohlander ’06 and Laura Page Bohlander ’06 Jeffrey H. Bohmer ’95 and Christine Bohmer, Friend James B. Bolen, Jr. ’50 Thomas W. Boswell ’66 and Cheryl K. Boswell, Friend Robert G. Bottoms and Gwen Bottoms, Friends Elizabeth Burnett Boulet ’73 and Larry Boulet, Friend James H. Boyd ’58 and Leah A. Boyd, Friend 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 Robert R. Branson ’53 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 Anne Husted Burleigh ’63 and William R. Burleigh, Parent Robert G. Burney ’58 and Katie Burney, Friend Andrew B. Buroker ’84 and Susan Novak Buroker, Friend Ellen Johnson Busch ’91 and Robert M. Busch ’91 J. Jay Busey ’93 and Melanie A. Busey, Friend 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 Tobias J. Butler ’04 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 Joseph B. Carney, Sr. ’50 and Constance Caylor Carney ’50 Robert R. Carpenter ’78 and Sally Henning Carpenter ’79 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 John M. Cassady ’60 and Nancy Cassady, Parent John C. Cassidy ’82 and Susan McNichols Cassidy ’82 Judith Banker Castellini ’81 and Jerome A. Castellini, Friend Michael A. Chabraja ’89 and Lindsey Hart Chabraja ’97

Report of gifts received July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008.

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Nicholas D. Chabraja and Eleanor Chabraja, Parents Nancy Ford Charles ’57 and Keith W. Charles, Friend dec Andrew A. Chauner ’00 and Ramona Santiago Chauner ’00 Arthur W. Chick ’88 and Jean V. Chick, Friend Darrianne Howard Christian ’95 and Justin P. Christian ’95 Lawrence W. Clarkson ’60 and Barbara Stevenson Clarkson ’61 Rollin L. Clayton ’61 Barbara Tracy Cochran ’58 Benjamin G. Cochran ’55 and Patricia Cochran, Parent Alexandra Lutzow Cole ’76 and William L. Cole, Parent Timothy C. Collins ’78 and Andrea Collins, Friend Kathryn Schwarz Colten ’50 Courtney Hughes Comer ’91 and Guy Comer, Friend Charles A. Compton ’89 and Barbara Miller Compton ’89 Susan O’Keefe Conner and Michael R. Conner, Parents Colin R. Connor ’98 Andrew P. Coolidge ’93 and Emily Smith Coolidge ’93 Jeffrey S. Cooper ’91 and Francesca Moroney Cooper ’92 David C. Coquillette ’88 Kenneth W. Coquillette ’82 and Carrie Melind Coquillette ’82 Lindsay Anne Cornelius ’02 S. Page Cotton, Jr. ’71 and Narda Greising Cotton ’72 Sally Smerz Cowal ’66 and Robert L. Muse, 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 James S. Cunning ’74 and Lisa Stone, Friend Randall E. Curran ’76 and Mardi Curran, Parent Catherine Curtis-Van Duzer ’82 and John B. Van Duzer, Jr., Friend Melinda Walthers Dabbiere ’82 and David Dabbiere, Friend William K. Daniel II ’87 and Robin Wieland Daniel ’87 Wendy Jean Daniels and Kirk Jay Daniels, Parents Joseph H. Danks ’65 and Carol Danks, Friend 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 W. Douglas Davidson ’80 Robert N. Davies ’58 Luis R. Davila ’81 and Deborah White Davila ’82 Bronson C. Davis ’65 and Cathie Valeska Davis ’66 Glenn E. Davis ’79 and Susan Melberg Davis ’79 J. Baird Davis ’59 Kathy E. Bloom Davis ’63 and R. P. Stephen Davis, Friend Christopher A. DeGraw ’72 and Terry L. Muilenburg, Friend Anthony J. de Nicola ’86 and Christie B. de Nicola, Friend Ralph E. Deater ’59 and Barbara Bieser Deater ’59 dec Richard E. Deer ’54 and Lee T. Deer, Parent 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 Cynthia Ann Diller ’73 Sarah Clark Dillon ’87 and William C. Dillon ’87 Lee E. Dirks ’56 Morris B. Dodd ’64 and Sandra J. Dodd, Friend Mary Jane Glover Dodds ’78 and Christopher V. Dodds, Friend Nancy Ruyle Dodge ’58 and Norton T. Dodge, Friend Margaret Hanson Donoghue ’88 and Daniel J. Donoghue, Friend John P. Douglass ’68 and Emily R. Douglass, Friend Gary Paul Drew ’61 and Sandra Aldrich Drew ’62 Thomas A. Drew ’67 and Constance D. Drew, Friend Donald H. Driemeier ’60 and Joyce Driemeier, Parent Theodore D. Driscol ’58 and Karen Driscol, Friend 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 Ralph R. Edminster ’58 dec Megan Reese Edwards ’88 and Eric L. Edwards, Friend R. David Edwards ’84 and Andrea Adsit Edwards ’85 Susan Metcalfe Elzemeyer ’52 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 Grey M. Emmons ’69 and Lurie S. Emmons, Friend Elizabeth A. English ’99 Mark E. English ’64 Mary Palmer Enroth ’62 Robert L. Erickson ’58 Linda K. Ernst ’77 and Patrick Ronan, Friend Dale E. Espich ’51 Sander L. Esserman ’73 and Nancy Robin Green, Friend Garth F. Essig ’57 and Marcia S. Essig, Friend Dick Everard ’51 Mitchel T. Everhart ’89 Richard L. Fanyo ’69 and Mary E. Fanyo, Friend Robert E. Ferguson ’54 and Gwen Schlesinger, Friend David C. Ferrell ’92 and Phyllis Barkman Ferrell ’94 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 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 Barbara Miller Fisher ’53 and Duncan G. Fisher, Friend James A. Fisher ’68 and Elizabeth Fisher, 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 Owen E. Floyd, Jr. ’53 and Martha Whitcomb Floyd ’53 J. Kent Flummerfelt ’63 and Jane Rutledge Flummerfelt, Friend Marilyn Stamstad Fogdall ’61 and Larry C. Fogdall, Friend Bradley R. Foss ’00 Katherine Tweedle Fox ’62 and Alan F. Fox, Friend Kevin R. Frailey ’88 and Stephanie Evans, Friend Robert D. Franks ’73 and Frances L. 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 Alison Frost ’69 and Richard L. Bender, Friend Mark Adin Fuller III and Cynthia Gaudin Fuller, Parents 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 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 Frederick S. Gass ’64 and Margery Stoops Gass ’66 James R. Gates ’78 and Roberta P. Gates, Friend Stephen K. Gauly and Patricia Gauly, Parents Nancy J. Geiss ’68 William D. George, Jr. ’54 and Ellie George, Friend Raymond 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 Charles A. Gilbert ’56 and Carolyn Beasley Gilbert ’58 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 John S. Goetcheus ’60 and Janice Goetcheus, Parent Carol Warner Golder ’81 and David Golder, Friend 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 Douglas S. Gourley ’92 and Mary Clare Gourley, 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 Judson C. Green ’74 and Joyce Taglauer Green ’75 Jill Greene ’75 Greg T. Greenwood ’78 and Kristina L. Greenwood, Friend Marjorie Volwiler Grinnell ’46 and Joseph F. Grinnell, Friend Judith Drompp Guild ’53 Kimberly Bass Gulli ’83 and Benjamin Gulli, Friend Megan Lewis Haddox ’79 and Craig A. Haddox, Friend Michelle Walter Hadidi ’98 and Cyrus Stephen Hadidi, Friend Susan Schacht Hagaman ’64 and T. Carter Hagaman, Friend Kirsten Jean Hagen ’02 Katharine Draper Haimbaugh ’44 A. Grant Hale ’99 and Amy Baker Hale ’04 Kelly C. Haley ’97 and Margaret E. Snow ’98 Richard A. Haller, Sr. ’52 and June Leighton, 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 Ann Lamport Hammitte ’83 and Keith A. Hammitte, Friend John R. Hammond III ’76 and Diana H. Hamilton, Friend Milo F. Hanke, Jr. ’77 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 Charles M. Harris ’70 and Marie Rhine Harris ’70 David E. Harris ’58 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 K. Larry Hastie ’64 and Ruth Gordon Hastie ’64 W. Brian Hatton ’95 Brian P. Hauck ’98 Clarke L. Hayes ’64 and Virginia Keim Hayes ’64 Irving M. Heath ’41 and Rachel Waltz Heath ’40 Haley S. Heathman ’03 Carole Kelly Hegenbarth ’58 and James T. Hegenbarth, Friend Robert E. Heller ’63 and Lois Jane Heller, Friend Robert F. Henry, Jr. ’54 and Ellen O. Henry, Friend Earl T. Herzog, Jr. ’59 and Karen Herzog, Friend Charles W. Hetzel, Jr. ’92 and Sarah Sargent Hetzel ’92 Michael C. Hetzel ’94 and Shannon Hetzel, Friend Philip G. Heyde ’72 Kathryn Pitts Hickey ’99 and Jon Paul Hickey, Friend 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 Frank A. Hoffman ’79 and Catherine Hoffman, Friend Arthur L. Holden and Betsy D. Holden, Parents Lisa Hollander and Jeffrey Hollander, Friends Virginia Cooling Hollett ’60 and John E. Hollett III, Friend 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 Susan M. Hossli ’86 Sarah Roberts Houghland ’65 and Wright Houghland, Friend 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 Heidi Schultz Huizenga ’67 and Peter Huizenga, Friend John H. Huneke III ’67 and Ruth Russ Huneke ’68 Tim B. Hunter ’65 and Carol K. Hunter, Friend Douglas S. Hynden ’78 and Melanie Nicklas Hynden ’78 David J. Ihlenfeld ’87 and Liz Ihlenfeld, Friend Hirotsugu (Chuck) Iikubo ’57 and Yoshiko Iikubo, Friend Mark F. Irgens and Susan B. Irgens, Parents Kae Morris Jacobs ’54 Kathleen Snell Jagger ’75 and James A. Jagger, Friend John Jakes ’53 and Rachel Payne Jakes ’51 Jean Hixon Jelliffe ’47 Mason P. Jett ’69 and Barbara Jett, Friend Janet L. Johns ’85 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 Jeffrey R. Johnson ’75 Joshua D. Johnson ’00 and Kelly Johnson, Friend Christopher L. Johnston ’83 and Sarah Lewis Johnston ’85 Carolyn T. Jones ’58 Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. ’57 George G. Karas ’56 and Shirley Craig Karas ’56

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Ingrid Grujanac Kay ’78 and John Douglas Kay, Parent Richard S. Kebrdle ’00 and Ashley Jones Kebrdle, Friend Darren P. Keller ’97 and Jennifer Stephenson Keller ’99 Marilou Morrell Kelly ’55 John S. Kemper ’59 and Margaret McElwain Kemper ’60 Melody Stevanovic Key ’82 and Charles Jay Key, Friend Joan Erlandson Kiburz ’72 and Arnold J. Kiburz, Parent Judith McNew Kiely ’60 and Donald E. Kiely, Parent John O. King, Jr. ’42 Julie Reynolds King ’77 and Robert M. King, Friend Stanley B. Kinsey ’76 and Lori Kinsey, Friend Robert C. Kirk, Jr. ’71 and Lucinda Tucker Kirk ’71 Neal E. Kitchell ’72 and Diana Tamara Kitchell, Parent Matthew J. Kleymeyer ’04 Laurie Mann Klion ’82 and Reid E. Klion, Friend Robert L. Koenig ’51 and Janet Wray Koenig, Friend Thomas M. Kominsky ’03 Susan Haney Kozak ’84 and Craig Kozak, Friend David W. Kroeger ’82 and Kathy Kroeger, 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 Scott D. Kuiper ’83 and Mary Jude Kuiper, Friend 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 J. Larson, Friend Wayne M. Lashua ’99 and Patricia R. Lashua, Friend Jane Greer Lauritzen ’52 David H. Lavelle ’93 and Ann Winings Lavelle, Friend Krista Mishler Lavonas ’95 and Eric J. Lavonas, Friend Victor B. Lawhead ’40 and Doris J. Lawhead, Friend Marian Walker LeGros ’44 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 C. James Levin ’76 and Sarah P. MacDowall ’76 Jamie L. Lewis ’98 Mark E. Lewry and Jean W. Lewry, Parents John A. Light III ’50 Frank W. Lincoln ’61 and Marlene B. Lincoln, Parent James F. Lininger ’71 and Enola Gay 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 Kathleen Galliher Locke ’85 and Jonathan Thomas Locke ’85 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 Charlotte Nelson Lueckel ’58 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 and Douglas S. MacTavish, Friend J. Kurt Mahrdt, Jr. ’56 and Linda R. Mahrdt, Friend Michael R. Maine ’61 and Suzanne Bauman Maine ’62 David W. Manly ’77 and Marcia Stevens Manly, Friend Benjamin G. Marston ’04 and Stephanie Nicole Hartman ’05 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 B. Mazanec, Parent Roger K. McAlister ’75 and Karen H. McAlister, Friend Matthew P. McCollum ’96 James T. McCoy ’62 and Linda Bollinger McCoy ’62 Susan Campbell McCully ’68 and Thomas R. McCully, Friend Andrew Paul McGovern ’03 Kyle Patrick McGrath ’05 Carla McGuire and James McGuire, Friends David N. McKeag ’58 and Mary Jo McKeag, Parent Holiday Hart McKiernan ’80 and Philip B. McKiernan, Friend Helen M. McKinney, Friend Carolyn Elliott McManaman ’39 Mark C. Melchiorre ’96 and Erika Amundson Melchiorre ’99 Richard D. Mellinger, Friend Edgar A. Meyer ’47 and Jean Dawson Meyer, Friend Elizabeth Beldon Meyer ’59 and Gaylord L. Meyer, Friend Harry C. Meyers ’59 and Susan M. Meyers, Friend Doris Smith Miguelez ’57 and Miguel D. Miguelez, Friend C. Rick Miller ’69 and Janel Howell Miller ’69 Johari N. Miller ’94 Kathryn A. Miller ’73 Kevin M. Miller ’94 and Sara Toole Miller ’96 Nancy Sjostrom Miller ’52 and Gale R. Miller, Friend Kerrie L. Milligan ’98 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 Todd D. Mitchell ’85 and Margaret Crowe Mitchell ’86 Dean A. Mitchell ’51 and Martha Dunlavy Mitchell ’52 Deborah Mitchell-Nagpal ’90 and Ajay Nagpal, Friend Christy Umlauf Moberly ’82 and Michael F. Moberly, Friend Ernest F. Modzelewski ’58 and Nancy Lendrum Modzelewski ’59 William F. Mohr ’49 and Patricia Mohr, Friend Judith Tanner Moon ’76 and Lawrence Moon, Friend Robert C. Moore ’69 and Sarah Proctor Moore ’69 Susan Dohrmann Moore ’67 and Thomas R. Moore, Friend Catherine Cockerill Moran ’84 and Michael J. Moran, 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 Michael J. Morrison ’79 John W. Morse ’95 Peter A. Morse ’65 and Kathryn Murvin Morse ’65 James M. Mullin ’83 and Donna S. Mullin, Friend Nancy Waymire Munroe ’58 Robert P. Musgrave II ’79 and Cheryl Waldron Musgrave ’79 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 Charles J. Nelson ’85 and Stacey Trowbridge Nelson, Friend Erik G. Nelson ’61 and Eleanor D. Nelson, Friend Mary Powell Nelson ’81 and Timothy 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 Leslie A. Nolan ’01 Donald G. Norman ’58 and Monica M. Norman, Friend Anne Boyd Norris ’82 and David S. Norris ’82 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 Jessica Lynn Olson ’02 and Nathan Michael Moch ’03 Amy Haugk Osborne ’90 and Scott E. Osborne ’90 Gerald A. Ostermann ’65 and Tsue Asami Ostermann, Friend Elizabeth Hentze Owens ’89 and Joe A. Owens, Friend Laurel Hine Oztemel ’82 and Glenn Oztemel, Friend Frank T. Page and Kay Page, Parents Gregory R. Page and Cynthia M. Page, Parents Amy Orlando Paine ’90 and Andrew J. Paine III ’91 Andrew J. Paine, Jr. ’59 and Jane Medaris Paine ’60 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 Jami Gibson Patterson ’89 and David Patterson, Friend Raymond J. Payne ’51 and Elizabeth Class Payne ’53 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 Theodore R. Peterson, Friend Lucy Ferguson Pett ’97 and Joel Pett, Friend David J. Petterson ’58 F. Garret Pfleeger ’67 and Marcia Swearingen Pfleeger ’67 Joan Rideout Phillips ’57 and Edwin McCreary Phillips, Friend Jonathan R. Phillips ’95 and Susan Hatke Phillips, Friend Stephen E. Pinaire ’81 and Beverly L. Pinaire, Friend Pamela Downey Plouhar ’76 Glenn Todd Plymate ’75 and Elizabeth Myers Plymate ’76 Jerry D. Pontius ’56 and Mary Goff Pontius ’57 Helen L. Poorman ’82 Carol Campbell Porfilio ’90 and Dale S. Porfilio ’92 Liz Purdy Porter ’79 Thomas S. Porter ’65 and Kathleen Crispell, Friend William R. Powell ’57 and Paula Weir Powell ’58 James L. Powers, Jr. ’78 and LuAnn Powers, Friend Rita Alliss Powers ’86 and Kevin Powers, Friend G. Byington Pratt III ’58 and Suzi Pratt, Parent 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 Pulliam, Friend 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 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 Gilbert H. Reese ’79 and Amy Reese, Friend Carla Bauer Rentrop ’73 and K. Peter Rentrop, Friend Scott R. Reynolds ’00 Arthur L. Rice III ’68 and Lynn Davies Rice ’68 Sarah Marks Richards ’63 and G. Manning Richards, Friend David D. Riefe ’85 and Susan Sampson Riefe ’85 Blair Anderson Rieth, Jr. ’80 and Teresa Onole Rieth, Friend 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 A. Rogers, Parents Ian M. Rolland ’55 and Miriam V. Rolland, Parent Edward M. Roob ’56 and Barbara Leske Roob ’57 Michael C. Rubino ’80 and Stephanie Dee Rubino, Friend Kathryn D. Rudolph ’03 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 Walter W. Sampson, Jr. ’58 and Ann M. Sampson, Friend Stephen W. Sanger ’68 and Karen Ogren Sanger ’68 John W. Sanger ’61 and Suzanne Charbonneau Sanger ’62 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 Michael C. Schmidt ’86 and Lisa Turner Schmidt ’86 Robert A. Schmidt ’69 and Margaret Sheridan Schmidt ’69 Breton A. Schoch ’86 and Laura Parsons Schoch ’87 Jane W. Schott, Friend Thomas R. Schuck ’72 and Pamela Bakan Schuck, Friend Erwin E. Schulze ’47 and Jean Schulze, Friend Dawn Follett Schumann ’58 and George R. Schumann, Friend Edward G. Schussler ’65 and Sharon Gierach Schussler ’65

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Annual Fund Gift at Work
Donald E. Town ’71 Laura Williams Town ’96 and Allen Town, Friend Mary Jo Tranbarger ’48 John L. Trimpe, Jr. ’59 Dennis A. Trinkle ’91 and Kristina Thomas Trinkle ’90 L. Carr Trovillion, Jr. ’77 and Ellen W. Trovillion, Friend Steven L. Trulaske ’79 and Michelle K. Trulaske, Friend Mary Hardy Turner ’61 and Jerald B. Turner ’61 dec 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 Edwards Unterberg, Friend Robert G. Vallee, Jr. ’76 and Kimberly Vallee, Friend William R. Van Bokkelen ’68 and Cheryl S. Van Bokkelen, 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 Susan Vaughn ’73 Marcus R. Veatch ’75 and Cynthia Carll Veatch, Friend Kathy Patterson Vrabeck ’85 and George Vrabeck, Friend Richard J. Wachtman ’99 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 Lab Walters, Friend Dwight F. Walton ’57 and Lou Ubben Walton ’57 Richard A. Warne ’54 and Jane Leahy Warne ’54 Charles H. Watson ’59 and Rosanne Nelson Watson ’59 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 James D. Weddle ’75 and Stacey Shepherd Weddle ’75 John W. Wehrenberg ’90 and Wanpen Wehrenberg, Friend Ralph M. Weinrichter ’47 and Ann Durham Weinrichter ’44 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 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 Sandra Major Wiese ’60 and Theodore O. Wiese, Jr., Parent Jack W. Wiley ’74 Steven V. Wilkinson ’63 and Barbara Wells Wilkinson ’63 Frederick R. Williams ’56 and Nancie Clark Williams ’58 James R. Williams ’50 and Nancy Williams, Friend Jerry L. Williams ’54 and Jane Jones Williams ’57 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 Steven C. Wojanis, Jr. and Kathy A. Wojanis, Parents Jane Ehmann Wood ’53 and James C. Wood, Friend Jeffrey D. Wood ’87 and Lisa Wood, Friend Richard D. Wood ’48 and Billie Lou Wood, Friend Christopher J. Wurster ’69 and Lynne A. Tweedie ’71 Thomas S. Yeo ’70 and Cynthia Van Tassel Yeo ’70 Cynthia Watson Yingling ’83 and Jeffrey Yingling, Friend Lawrence E. Young, Jr. ’84 and Judith A. Young, Friend Stuart W. Young ’65 and Susan Lorraine Schelleg, Friend Ida Mae Youse, Friend dec Pamela L. Zdunek ’81 and Clifford M. Sladnick, Friend Elaine Hebel Zeuthen ’55 Elizabeth Young Zimmerman ’65 Mary Benson Zink ’65 and John C. Zink, Friend

Cheers for Annual Fund support!
Junior Kristina M. Lubinski roots for the Tigers as a member of DePauw’s cheerleading squad. She also has cheers for the support given by DePauw alumni. “For the second year I am working at the Annual Fund office,” says the Clarendon Hills, Ill., native. “Working in this office has made me very conscious about how much alumni assistance makes an impact on our campus.” An Annual Fund scholarship provided by Hirotsugo “Chuck” Iikubo ’57 has helped Lubinski afford her DePauw education. Last January, she even had the opportunity to visit Iikubo in Tokyo during a Winter Term study project exploring the language and culture of Japan. “When I chose my Winter Term, last year I decided to push the boundaries and go somewhere that I knew nothing about. All of my friends are jealous that I attend a university that allows such amazing travel opportunities, and for college credit!”
Richard W. Schwartz ’75 and Janet Crawford Schwartz ’75 Russell M. Schwartz ’78 and Ruth Marie Schwartz, Friend Daniel L. Schwarz ’83 and Amy Hight Schwarz, Friend John W. Schwarz ’88 D. Reed Scism ’58 and Paula Sedgwick Scism ’57 Kimberly A. Seaman ’95 Steven J. Setchell ’96 and Cara Brumby Setchell, Friend Bradley L. Sexauer ’73 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 Bradley J. Simmons ’93 and Julie Simmons, Friend Grover B. Simpson and Mary Beth Simpson, Parents Joseph R. Sims ’65 and Susan Ford Sims, Friend Madeleine Shephard Sinclair ’01 and Alexis Sinclair, Friend Alvin I. Singer ’53 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 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 Unterberger Smith, Friend Elaine Showalter Smith ’36 Gordon V. Smith and Helen C. Smith, Parents Kathleen Keller Smith ’52 and Charles L. Smith, Parent Melissa Tharpe Smith ’77 and Gregory W. Smith, Parent Michael L. Smith ’70 and Susan Leet Smith ’71 Raymond G. Smith ’74 and Susan Smith, Friend Jon E. Socolofsky ’68 Tim Solso ’69 and Denny Manning Solso ’69 Carl S. Sorenson ’51 and Sally Sorenson, Friend Heike Cockerill Spahn ’92 and Philip Spahn, Friend William E. Specht ’43 and Janet Schneider Specht ’44 Brent E. St. John ’89 and Katherine Cornelsen St. John ’90 Sarah Englehart Standley ’80 and Gilbert D. Standley ’82 Kimberly Rodman Starke ’90 and Steven W. Starke, Friend 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 Susan Overstreet Stevens ’56 Dale Gossard Stevenson ’89 and John G. Stevenson ’89 John F. Stevenson ’81 and Sharon Keever Stevenson, Friend James B. Stewart, Jr. ’73 James G. Stewart ’64 and Andrea Anania Stewart, Friend Thomas L. Stiers ’60 and Brenda Enmeier Stiers ’60 Eric M. Stisser ’94 and Rebecca Stisser, Friend Leigh A. Stocking ’51 and Carol Crookshank Stocking, Friend Nancy Curtis Stocking ’55 and Charles D. Stocking ’55 dec Randolph H. Stokely ’67 and Lynn Kinsey Stokely ’68 David M. Stone ’57 and Barbara D. Stone, Friend Norman E. Strasma ’55 and Janice Strasma, Parent Barbara Wasson Strawn ’73 Joan Lubman Strawn ’53 and James R. Strawn, Friend Carl A. Strock ’41 dec and Doris Nealis Strock, Friend Christopher A. Susott ’99 Lance A. Swank ’83 and Brenda Swank, Friend John W. Taylor III ’62 and Kaari Taylor, Parent Nancy Lindquist Temple ’58 and Richard M. Temple ’57 dec Lee E. Tenzer ’64 and Marilyn E. Tenzer, Parent Susan Leis Thiele ’79 and Howard N. Thiele, Friend Richard A. Thomas ’59 and Jane C. Thomas, Parent Edward E. Thompson ’62 and Marilyn Muse Thompson ’63 James N. Thompson ’66 and Carol Jean Thompson, Friend Dianne Harrison Thorlton ’61 and J. McRae Thorlton ’61 dec Brady C. Toliver II ’00 Christopher B. Torie ’80 and Catherine A. Torie, Friend

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A Message from Marletta Farrier Darnall ’61

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Marletta Farrier Darnall ’61

National Chair for Gift Planning

The Indiana Asbury Legacy Society hearkens back to the beginning of DePauw University. The very name of this special membership pays homage to the University’s founding heritage and provides a bridge between DePauw’s past accomplishments and future possibilities. The legacy of generosity established by the alumni, parents and friends in this Society has created a profound and lasting impact on DePauw’s students and the world we live in. Each year the Indiana Asbury Legacy Society recognizes those forward-thinking individuals and couples who have provided for DePauw University by making a gift or commitment that will be realized in the future. There is no minimum gift level for association in the Society and most members have designated their support by making a provision in their estate plan or establishing a life-income gift with the University. No matter what the gift or form it takes, each investment in the future of DePauw is important and appreciated. The alumni, parents and friends listed below have made their future commitments to DePauw known during the 2007-08 fiscal year. Thank you for your noteworthy support! I hope all stakeholders will consider joining the Indiana Asbury Legacy Society and share their intentions with the University. This valued group has made a critical investment in the foundation of DePauw’s future success and security. On behalf of the entire University and its constituents, I thank these loyal donors and the more than 1,300 other living individuals and couples who comprise the Indiana Asbury Legacy Society. The legacy continues!

INDIANA ASBURY

DePauw University

LEGACY SOCIETY of

The University is indebted to the following individuals and couples who made new legacy gifts and commitments from July 1, 2007 through June 30, 2008.
Anonymous Curtis R. Bryant ’58 and Pat Bryant, Friend Arthur W. Burks ’36 dec and Alice Rowe Burks, Friend John S. Campbell ’63 Ray F. Dawson ’35 G. Wendell Dygert ’33 dec and Ruth Tower Dygert ’33 Gerry L. Fathauer ’75 Joan Austin Goodwin ’59 and David G. Goodwin, Friend Kimberly Bass Gulli ’83 John R. Hammond III ’76 and Diana H. Hamilton, Friend T. Lyle Harlor ’48 Robert E. Hausner ’67 Earl T. Herzog, Jr. ’59 H. David Hilliard and Bonne G. Hilliard Elizabeth Surbeck Hitchner ’42 David C. Johnson ’67 and Mimi Herington, Friend Samuel I. Joseph ’39 Dennis B. Kelley ’72 John W. Kinsey ’52 and Patricia A. Kinsey, Friend Joyce Foster Larson ’53 and Arlyn J. Larson, Friend George H. Libman ’65 and Leona P. Libman, Friend John S. Marlatt ’69 and Peggy Marlatt, Friend Ellen S. Miller ’76 Richard L. Pilston ’95 and Anna Klump Pilston ’95 David B. Sailors ’62 and Alberta L. Sailors, Friend Carol Wischmeyer Rucker ’55 and Drummond C. Rucker, Friend James E. Shields ’56 and Irma Shields, Friend Thomas J. Spackman ’59 and Donna Stewart Spackman ’59 Edward L. Unterberg ’58 and Gale Unterberg, Friend Thomas W. Walsh ’68 and Judith P. Walsh, Friend Robert L. Ward ’80 Sharon Stallings Watson ’60 Robert B. Wessling ’59 and Judith Hanson Wessling ’61


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A Message from Kathryn Fortune Hubbard ’74

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Kathryn Fortune Hubbard ’74

National Annual Fund Chair

I want to thank the record number of alumni, parents and friends who joined together to support DePauw students and faculty members by giving to the 2007-08 DePauw University Annual Fund. For the fourth consecutive year, DePauw alumni set a University record for participation in the Annual Fund. Gifts from 10,374 alumni donors resulted in a 39 percent alumni participation rate, a strong sign from alumni of their gratitude for their DePauw education and their commitment to the current intellectual life at the University. DePauw’s alumni participation was bolstered by tremendous class efforts, including five new participation records in the 45th, 20th, 15th, 10th, and 5th alumni reunions. We also saw a tremendous leap in annual giving from our most recent alumni, the Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD), whose participation jumped from 29 percent during 2006-07 to 37 percent during 2007-08. Gifts to the Annual Fund totaled $5,795,791 in 2007-08, another University record. Through their support of the Annual Fund, DePauw alumni, parents and friends provide the current-year support for students and faculty members equivalent to the income generated by $110 million in endowment resources. Thank you for your support of the Annual Fund. Through your loyal and generous annual giving, DePauw continues to move forward, strengthening the intellectual and cultural life of our campus.

Annual Fund

DePauw recognizes annual, unrestricted gifts to the University through the following giving circles. 2007-08 Annual Giving 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 Founders Circle ..................................................................................................$500–$1,499 Patrons Circle ........................................................................................................$250–$499 Builders Circle.......................................................................................................$100–$249 Contributors Circle .....................................................................................................$1–$99 Washington C. DePauw Society Annual membership Levels A gift of $1,500 or more qualifies annual membership for alumni who are 15 or more years post graduation. A gift of $1,000 or more qualifies annual membership for alumni who are 10-14 years post graduation. A gift of $500 or more qualifies annual membership for Graduates of the Last Decade, alumni who are 1-9 years post graduation.
ANNUAL FUND DOLLAR HISTORY
1998-2008
1998-1999 1999-2000 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 0 $1Mill. $2Mill. $3Mill. $4Mill. $3.7 million $3.8 million $3.9 million $4.0 million $3.9 million $4.2 million $4.49 million $5.02 million $5.35 million $5.79 million $5Mill. $6Mill.

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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 2007-08 Annual Fund awards. President’s Award for top Annual Fund dollars raised among all classes Class of 1958, $415,153; Class co-chairs: Richard B. Hackenberg, Emily Hooton Hamilton, Douglas A. Holmes, Marilyn Hansen Lancaster, Thomas A. Lancaster, Daniel E. Lewis, Jr., G. Richard Locke, Judy Blang Locke, George L. Mazanec, David J. Petterson, Janet W. Prindle, D. Reed Scism, Thomas L. Turk, Sharon Williams Ubben, Timothy H. Ubben, Edward L. Unterberg and Nancy Hadley Wilhelm President’s Award for greatest percentage participation among those classes graduated within 50 years Class of 1958, 75 percent; Class co-chairs: Richard B. Hackenberg, Emily Hooton Hamilton, Douglas A. Holmes, Marilyn Hansen Lancaster, Thomas A. Lancaster, Daniel E. Lewis, Jr., G. Richard Locke, Judy Blang Locke, George L. Mazanec, David J. Petterson, Janet W. Prindle, D. Reed Scism, Thomas L. Turk, Sharon Williams Ubben, Timothy H. Ubben, Edward L. Unterberg and Nancy Hadley Wilhelm Golden Circle Award for top dollars raised among all post-50th reunion classes Class of 1956 .............................................................................. $242,746 Golden Circle Award for greatest participation among all post-50th reunion classes Class of 1951 .............................................................................66 percent GOLD Award for greatest percentage increase in dollars Class of 2006 .............................................................................79 percent GOLD Award for greatest percentage increase in participation Class of 2003 .............................................................................19 percent Class co-chairs: Thomas M. Kominsky and Kathryn Rudolph Diekhoff Reunion Year Award for greatest percentage increase in dollars 50th Reunion (Class of 1958) ....................................................61 percent Class co-chairs: Richard B. Hackenberg, Emily Hooton Hamilton, Douglas A. Holmes, Marilyn Hansen Lancaster, Thomas A. Lancaster, Daniel E. Lewis, Jr., G. Richard Locke, Judy Blang Locke, George L. Mazanec, David J. Petterson, Janet W. Prindle, D. Reed Scism, Thomas L. Turk, Sharon Williams Ubben, Timothy H. Ubben, Edward L. Unterberg and Nancy Hadley Wilhelm Reunion Year Award for greatest percentage increase in participation 50th Reunion (Class of 1958) ....................................................24 percent Class co-chairs: Richard B. Hackenberg, Emily Hooton Hamilton, Douglas A. Holmes, Marilyn Hansen Lancaster, Thomas A. Lancaster, Daniel E. Lewis, Jr., G. Richard Locke, Judy Blang Locke, George L. Mazanec, David J. Petterson, Janet W. Prindle, D. Reed Scism, Thomas L. Turk, Sharon Williams Ubben, Timothy H. Ubben, Edward L. Unterberg and Nancy Hadley Wilhelm Below: The members of the Class of 1958 50th Reunion Committee announce the class gift, which includes its outstanding support of the DePauw Annual Fund.

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Top 10 Classes Top 10 Classes DOLLARS
Dollars *1958 .................................................. $415,153 Class co-chairs: Richard B. Hackenberg, Emily Hooton Hamilton, Douglas A. Holmes, Marilyn Hansen Lancaster, Thomas A. Lancaster, Daniel E. Lewis, Jr., G. Richard Locke, Judy Blang Locke, George L. Mazanec, David J. Petterson, Janet W. Prindle, D. Reed Scism, Thomas L. Turk, Sharon Williams Ubben, Timothy H. Ubben, Edward L. Unterberg and Nancy Hadley Wilhelm 1956.................................................... $242,746 *1968 .................................................. $207,492 Class co-chairs: Jack B. Campbell, Nancy J. Geiss, Ruth Russ Huneke and Bruce M. Montgomerie 1966.................................................... $190,953 1961.................................................... $186,924 *1978 .................................................. $157,995 Class co-chairs: Charles W. Foxwell, Greg T. Greenwood, Kristine Hoffman, Cecilia A. Maron-Puntarelli, Salvatore J. Puntarelli, Jr. and Mark Small 1954.................................................... $151,919 1964.................................................... $136,627 1957.................................................... $129,823 1967.................................................... $124,709

Top 10 Classes PARTICIPATION
*1958 .................................................75 percent Class co-chairs: Richard B. Hackenberg, Emily Hooton Hamilton, Douglas A. Holmes, Marilyn Hansen Lancaster, Thomas A. Lancaster, Daniel E. Lewis, Jr., G. Richard Locke, Judy Blang Locke, George L. Mazanec, David J. Petterson, Janet W. Prindle, D. Reed Scism, Thomas L. Turk, Sharon Williams Ubben, Timothy H. Ubben, Edward L. Unterberg and Nancy Hadley Wilhelm *2008 .................................................72 percent Class co-chairs: Johnny Buchta, Catherine Crossley and Elizabeth Tassell 1951...................................................66 percent *1953 .................................................65 percent Class co-chairs: Barbara Miller Fisher, Joyce Foster Larson, David J. Morehead and Philip Steinberg 1961...................................................62 percent 1946...................................................60 percent 1952...................................................60 percent 1944...................................................59 percent *1963 .................................................59 percent Class co-chairs: Philip N. Eskew, Jr. and Evelyn Whaley LaFollette 1956...................................................56 percent 1955...................................................55 percent 1954 and 1960 ...................................53 percent *Denotes reunion year


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DEPAUW LOYALTY SOCIETY

SOCIETY

Loyalty

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 64, the names of DePauw Loyalty Society members appear in bold type, recognizing their five or more consecutive years of Annual Fund support. Alumni who are less than five years removed from graduation are included in the DePauw Loyalty Society if they have supported the Annual Fund every year since graduation. 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.

Sarah Green Abel ’56 Charles A. Adams ’64 and Linda Howell Adams ’64 Charles C. Adams ’53 and Marcia Terwilliger Adams ’53 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 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 Wilma Grossman Allen ’30 Martha Brooks Allis ’42 William R. Allred ’59 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 and Nan G. Amstutz, Friend 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 Dean K. Anderson ’50 and Gretchen Scott Anderson ’49 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 Bruce J. Annett, Jr. and Amy Walker Annett, Friends 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 Richard Ardery ’80 and Patricia Stevens Ardery ’80 Lee 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 Nancy A. McMillan, Friend 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 Brevoort Baker II ’51 and JoAnn Givens Baker ’51 Robert M. Baker ’49 and Cynthia Dreher Baker ’50 Barbara S. Baldwin ’43

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Endowment Gift at Work

Tenzer University professorships bring technology to the classroom and world
Tablet PCs are wave of the future The Tenzer Family University Professorship in Instructional Technology was established by Lee E. Tenzer ’64 and wife, Marilyn, to provide highly qualified faculty members the opportunity to assist colleagues in the area of instructional technology. Two individuals currently hold this professorship. Dave Berque, a professor in DePauw’s computer science department, exemplifies the spirit of the Tenzer Family University Professorship. Several years ago, Berque started a research project in collaborative note-taking that evolved into the DyKnow software suite, a ground-breaking set of tools that allows teachers and students to interact using tablet personal computers, sharing notes, diagrams and other instructional tools in real time. DyKnow is now used across the country and beyond in classrooms ranging from kindergarten to medical school. Thirty DePauw professors use the software, and Berque uses his role as Tenzer University Professor to assist them in developing creative ways to use the system with their students. “My area of interest in teaching and research is human-computer interaction, especially penbased collaborative systems,” Berque explains. “My work in software development happened to lead to my work in instructional technology. It has been a great combination of service to campus, research and teaching.” Spanish language professor fosters technology in community Several years ago, Robert P. Hershberger, Tenzer Family University Professor in Instructional Technology, saw a need in his community and decided to do something about it. Realizing the digital divide in Putnam County between individuals with easy access to computers and the Internet, and those without such access, Hershberger recruited students to form CTEP – the Community Technology Enhancement Program. Through CTEP, DePauw students refurbish used computers and provide them to low-income people, high school students and not-for-profit organizations at a very low cost. CTEP’s reach has grown steadily over the years, extending now to other countries. A professor of modern languages who has written two multi-edition Spanish textbooks, Hershberger leads students on service projects to Central and South American destinations. CTEP goes along. Last year during a Winter Term in Service project in El Salvador, students set up an Internet café using CTEP computers. Proceeds from the café support the salary of a local schoolteacher. “Through CTEP I have found a happy marriage of my work as a Spanish professor and as a practitioner of service learning,” Hershberger says.

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 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 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

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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 Bruce J. BonDurant ’65 and Catherine A. BonDurant, Friend Thomas A. Bond ’64 and Sue Huffman Bond, Friend Elizabeth A. Booth ’71 Bette Johnston Boothby ’48 and Bryce C. Boothby, Parent 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 Lois Bearss Boswell ’45 and Charles A. Boswell ’45 dec Thomas W. Boswell ’66 and Cheryl K. Boswell, Friend Robert G. 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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 David J. Carr ’81 and Sandra S. Carr, Friend 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 and J. Paul Carrodus, Friend William F. Carroll, Jr. ’73 and Mary Cooke Carroll, Friend Philip L. Carson ’64 and Susan Weeks Carson ’64 Rebecca Collins Carter ’68 and Dale A. Carter, Friend 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 James K. 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Cochran ’60 and Linda Cochran, Friend William M. Cockrum ’59 and Andrea Cockrum, Friend J. Robert Coffin ’58 and Kay J. Davis, Friend Sarah Robinson Coffin ’74 and Rick L. Coffin, Parent Nancy Elleman Coith-Fibbe ’46 and Guy A. Fibbe ’49 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 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 and Rebecca Cook, Friend 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. 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Music student studies in Ireland on Hoover Scholarship
At DePauw, senior Steven G. Maijala plays woodwind instruments in orchestra and chamber recitals as part of his five-year degree double major in music performance and biology. Due to the generous support of alumni, however, the Eau Claire, Wis., native took his music studies one step further last spring, studying traditional dance and flute at University College Cork in Ireland. “This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that would not have been possible without their generosity,” Maijala says of R. David Hoover ’67 and Suzanne Anderson Hoover ’67, whose endowed scholarship supported Maijala’s studies last year, both in Ireland and at DePauw. As Maijala prepares for graduate studies, his long-term aspiration is to play professionally in an orchestra. His experiences, both on- and off-campus, have helped prepare him for that goal.
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J. Wayne Russell ’62 John F. Russell ’51 and Anne M. Russell, Friend 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 Jennifer Walter Ryba ’84 and Steven M. Ryba, 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 John W. Sanger ’61 and Suzanne Charbonneau Sanger ’62 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 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 and Mary E. Schilling, Friend Ailcy Bullington Schindler ’42 Jeanne Ashbaugh Schirmer ’51 and Charles A. Schirmer, Parent 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 Robert A. Schmidt ’69 and Margaret Sheridan Schmidt ’69 Kara Knight Schmitt ’67 and Neal W. 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 Gene Schobinger, Jr. ’43 and Gwendolyn H. Schobinger, 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 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 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 Ronald L. Shiffler ’66 and Martha Drake Shiffler ’68 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. Shorey III, Friend Erika Esser Shorney ’61 and William G. Shorney, Parent Marian Albaugh Short ’37 J. Stuart Showalter ’68 John R. Showalter, Jr. ’38 and Mary S. Showalter, Friend Sidney H. Showalter II ’64 Sue Lett Showalter ’68 Kathryn Reeves Shroder ’76 and Robert W. Shroder, Friend William A. Shumaker ’53 and Joyce Shoptaugh Shumaker ’55 Stanley Shuman, Friend John C. Siegesmund, Jr. ’43 and Sara Siegesmund, Friend Penelope Simison ’63 Mary B. McCrea Simkins ’76 and James H. Simkins, Jr., Friend Morgan F. Simmons ’51 and Mary L. Simmons, Friend Virginia Vogel Simmons ’66 Mary Jo Enochs Simons ’33 Nancy Husband Simpson ’68 and Thomas Simpson, Parent Wendell K. Simpson ’37 and Barbara Jean Simpson, Friend Alvin I. Singer ’53 Harriet Stallman Sirotkin ’48 Suzanne Barker Sjostrom ’70 and Darryl Sjostrom, Friend Dorothy Schoneker Skinner ’50 John W. Slater III ’60 and Gracia Walker Slater, Friend John Michael Slocum ’74 and Patricia Hayden Slocum ’73 Kendall K. Slusher ’59 and Sarah Slusher, Friend 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 Gretel Heinzerling Smith ’54 and Donald E. Smith, Parent Donald R. Smith and Elaine L. Smith, Parents Donald S. Smith ’78 and Debra Jo Smith, Parent Donna James Smith ’53 Douglas A. Smith ’68 and Phyllis Gilbert Smith ’69 Douglas I. Smith ’85 and Ann Unterberger Smith, Friend Elaine Showalter Smith ’36 Gregory L. Smith ’52 and Mabel Schloot Smith ’52 John H. Smith ’48 and Elizabeth Rhodes Smith ’51 Judie Roser Smith ’57 Julia Kelly Smith ’78 and Colin P. Smith ’77 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 and David B. Glass, Friend Ned A. Smith ’52 and Marcia Fobes Smith, Friend Patricia Sommer Smith ’53 and Ralph E. Smith, Friend Paul Douglas Smith ’68 and Rebecca A. Gonzalez, Friend Raymond G. Smith ’74 and Susan Smith, Friend Ronald D. Smith ’53 and Marilyn H. Smith, Parent Roy T. Smith ’59 and Marilyn F. Smith, 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 Jon E. Socolofsky ’68 Sogi Soder ’49 and Alice Soder, Parent John C. Soderstrom ’62 Otto L. Sonder, Jr., Friend George C. Sonnichsen ’63 Carl S. Sorenson ’51 and Sally Sorenson, Friend Elliott L. Sorge ’51 and Marjorie A. Sorge, Parent Jane Ann 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 Betty Murray Spehar ’53 and Theodore Spehar, 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 and Glenn Stach, Friend 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 and D. Allen Stanton, Jr., Friend 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 dec and Mildred R. Steele, Friend Paul E. Steele and Diana M. Steele, Parents 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 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 John F. Stevenson ’81 and Sharon Keever Stevenson, Friend James B. Stewart, Jr. ’73 James G. Stewart ’64 and Andrea Anania Stewart, Friend William F. Stewart ’36 and Martha Hoagland Stewart, Friend dec 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 Nancy Curtis Stocking ’55 and Charles D. Stocking ’55 dec Beverly Mullen Stodghill ’58 and Jack R. Stodghill, Parent 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 Jean T. Stoops ’39 and Margaret Mobberley Stoops ’40 Alice Taylor Storey ’54 Barbara Young Story ’48 Carol L. Stoudt ’56 Mary McDonald Stragand ’41

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Peter M. Stragand ’74 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 Michael W. Street ’65 and Teresa R. Street, Friend Phyllis Hanson Strick ’42 and Philip C. Strick, Friend Carlton B. Stringfellow ’58 and Joellen McFarland Stringfellow ’58 Carl A. Strock ’41 dec and Doris Nealis Strock, Friend Amanda Mears Stroop ’72 and Timothy R. Stroop, Friend 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 Betty Ballhorn Sultzer ’49 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 Ann Pace Sutton ’74 Martha Taylor Sutton ’62 and Mike T. Sutton, Friend Robert S. Swaim, Jr. ’53 Clare Johnson Swanson ’62 and Douglas C. Swanson, Parent Donald C. Swanson ’62 and Shirley L. Swanson, Friend 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 Dorothy Cox Sweet ’63 Vivian Roe Sweet, Friend Susan Lawrence Swezey ’58 and Robert E. Swezey ’57 dec S. Russell Sylvester ’69 and Nancy Landry Sylvester, Friend Judith Huffman Taft ’64 and Timothy Taft, Friend Bradley J. Tandy ’81 and Jennifer Whitehead Tandy, Friend Audrey Wagner Taylor ’49 and Harry A. Taylor, Friend Elizabeth Rauch Taylor ’52 Elizabeth Smith Taylor ’41 Gregory D. Taylor ’86 James A. Taylor ’49 and Janet Westmen Taylor ’49 James H. Taylor ’56 and Dale Orr Taylor, Friend James M. Taylor ’67 and Geraldine Taylor, Friend Judy Hoyt Taylor ’62 and Ronald K. Taylor, Friend John H. Tedford ’51 and Joan Lindemeyer Tedford ’51 Thomas R. Teegarden ’67 and Karen J. Teegarden, Friend Phyllis Thornburg Teeple ’50 Nancy Lindquist Temple ’58 and Richard M. Temple ’57 dec 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 Mary Wylie Thauvette ’65 and William R. Thauvette, Friend Cynthia Carll Thie ’80 and James C. Thie, Friend Susan Leis Thiele ’79 and Howard N. Thiele, Friend Raymond S. Thiem ’52 and Vanita Thiem, Parent Deborah Schade Thomas ’67 and Daniel P. Thomas, Friend Dean A. Thomas ’40 dec and Eileen H. Thomas, Friend Mr. and Mrs. John J. Thomas, Friends 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 Joanne Canary Thornburg ’51 and Myron Thornburg, Friend John D. Thornburg ’76 and Elizabeth Gregory Thornburg, Friend Judith Osterland Thornton ’65 and Ted Thornton, 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 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 E. Tollefsen, Friend Barbara Kingman Toohey ’61 and Douglas R. Toohey, 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 Mary Jo Tranbarger ’48 Jeffrey H. Travis ’85 and Susan Pittman Travis ’87 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 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 C. L. Tsaros, Parent 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 Mary Hardy Turner ’61 and Jerald B. Turner ’61 dec Ann Kainz Tvaroha ’68 and Frank W. Tvaroha, Friend Jack B. Tykal ’52 and Helen Gibson Tykal ’52 Steven L. Tyler ’73 and Carol Tyler, Friend 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 Edwards 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 Susan Bresnahan Vanderby ’72 and Ray Vanderby, Jr., Friend Thomas K. Vandiver ’73 and Carolyn Haimann Vandiver, Friend Kathleen Spangler Vashaw ’63 and V. Harward Vashaw, Friend Gloria Vaughan ’50 Noel Wyandt Vaughn ’59 Charles T. Vear ’50 and Gloria Vear, Friend Marcus R. Veatch ’75 and Cynthia Carll Veatch, Friend 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 F. Michael Wahl ’53 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 Sandra McComb Walker ’65 and W. Dean Walker, Friend Thomas J. Walker ’60 and Ellyn Vyhnalek Walker ’59 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 P. David Waller, Jr. ’64 and Gail Robertson Waller ’66 Thomas W. Walsh ’68 and Judith P. Walsh, Friend Joseph E. Walsmith ’64 and Susan Scully Walsmith ’65 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 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 and Shirley Dillon Watson, Friend 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 and Elaine Eberle Wehnes, Friend George F. Weikert ’51 and Betty Thoma Weikert ’53 dec 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 Robert O. Weiss and Ann Weiss, Parents 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 Muzzy Wells, 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 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 James L. Wheeler ’82 and Joan Werleman, 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 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 Elizabeth Smock Wickman ’46 Jeanne M. Widing ’85 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 Stuart H. Wildman ’48 and Ann Bennett Wildman ’48 Jack W. Wiley ’74 Matilda J. Wilhoite ’73 Virginia Olson Wilkinson ’42 dec and Richard W. Wilkinson, Parent Dianne Senger Williams ’67 and Charles R. Williams, Friend

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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 Janet Lewis Williams ’52 Jerry L. Williams ’54 and Jane Jones Williams ’57 John D. Williams ’47 LouAnn Hart Williams ’57 and John B. Williams ’55 dec Ralph F. Williams ’44 and Muriel B. Williams, Friend Stanley A. Williams ’55 and Sueann Stedman Williams ’56 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 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 dec 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 Lloyd M. Wright and A. Marie Wright, Friends Marianna Soaper Wright ’75 and Robert B. Wright, Parent Olwen Twyman Wright ’68 Wendell S. Wright ’38 and Helen C. Wright, Friend Wendy Ferguson Wright ’73 Christopher J. Wurster ’69 and Lynne A. Tweedie ’71

Lynn Halloran Yaeger ’73 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 and Robert K. Davidson, Friend Steven J. Young ’67 and Linda Harris Young ’67 Shirley McCormick Youngblood ’49 Roland S. Yunghans ’50 and Dorothy Cline Yunghans ’49 James D. Zachritz ’55 and Arlene Calkins Zachritz ’60 Nina Streepey Zanes ’51 and Roger H. Zanes, Jr., Friend dec Mary Purnell Zapp ’72 and Thomas E. Zapp, 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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1919
ANNUAL FUND: $1,000 DONORS: 1 PARTICIPATION: 33% GIFTS IN MEMORY OF John P. Kinsey BUILDERS CIRCLE Roland C. Matthies Imo Yates umfleet GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Lytle J. Freehafer CONTRIBUTORS Merritt H. Beck Charlotte Epple Smith GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Charles F. Seaman GIFTS IN HONOR OF G. Wendell Dygert SPECIAL GIFTS G. Wendell Dygert dec Ruth Tower Dygert CONTRIBUTORS Audrie Moore Celley Joseph M. Lumpkin OTHER GIFTS Robert H. Farber

1938

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1936

ANNUAL FUND: $2,320 DONORS: 15 PARTICIPATION: 30% FOUNDERS CIRCLE Lila Dayhoff Kalm PATRONS CIRCLE Paul P. Van Riper BUILDERS CIRCLE C. nason Burden Harold K. Downey Forst D. Fuller James B. Haman Willard C. Lacy Sterling G. Parker Emily Wolcott Russell John R. Showalter, Jr. Dorothy Ell Strong Alice Edelmaier Taglauer Wendell S. Wright CONTRIBUTORS Elizabeth Finch Garver Ruth McKim Moor GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Martha Withey Barnes SPECIAL GIFTS Howard B. Burkett

1930

1932

ANNUAL FUND: $1,785 DONORS: 9 PARTICIPATION: 24% FOUNDERS CIRCLE Robert H. Farber PATRONS CIRCLE Clarence W. Powell BUILDERS CIRCLE Vera Anderson Busselle Thomas N. Ewing, Jr. Parker Pengilly Lucille Smock Stevens dec CONTRIBUTORS Elizabeth Carr Beyer Robert L. Duncan Sidney Esner GIFTS IN MEMORY OF John W. Christensen SPECIAL GIFTS John W. Christensen dec

ANNUAL FUND: $17,277 DONORS: 15 PARTICIPATION: 48% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Elaine Showalter Smith FOUNDERS CIRCLE Arthur W. Burks dec Vera Knauer Farber PATRONS CIRCLE Joe H. Petty BUILDERS CIRCLE Llois W. Affolter Mary Martin Affolter Ted C. Fleming V. Eugene Ritz Robert H. Shaffer Eula Enochs Shorey Arthur S. Stafford Raman W. Stultz CONTRIBUTORS Emily Baldridge Beer Martha Landgrebe Beverett Margaret Strickler Lee GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Earl C. Townsend, Jr. OTHER GIFTS Vera Knauer Farber

ANNUAL FUND: $200 DONORS: 2 PARTICIPATION: 13% BUILDERS CIRCLE Wilma Grossman Allen Mary Briggs Blanchard GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Ruth Ward Freehafer

ANNUAL FUND: $75 DONORS: 3 PARTICIPATION: 14% CONTRIBUTORS Cornelia Aaron Chapel John E. Edwards Marjorie Bundy Parks dec

1934

1933

ANNUAL FUND: $6,015 DONORS: 7 PARTICIPATION: 32% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Ronald W. Gilbert PATRONS CIRCLE Dale C. Christison Robert W. Newell Martin D. Phelan BUILDERS CIRCLE natalie Walters nelson

1931

ANNUAL FUND: $475 DONORS: 5 PARTICIPATION: 20% BUILDERS CIRCLE Isabelle Haverstick Harger Francis W. Pritchard Mary Enochs Simons

ANNUAL FUND: $1,200 DONORS: 3 PARTICIPATION: 18% FOUNDERS CIRCLE Isabelle Hadley BonDurant

Gifts at Work

NSF grant helps DePauw professor bring chemists together
Hilary J. Eppley, who holds the Howard C. and Mary Ellen Black ’34, ’36 Professorship of Chemistry and Biochemistry, is a valued member of the science faculty at DePauw. Having taught at DePauw for a decade, Eppley has sponsored major collaborative research projects with 30 students. She makes science accessible even to non-science majors through her popular Winter Term course, The Chemistry of Art. And starting this year, she is the director of the Science Research Fellows program. As a scientist, Eppley can be described as an inorganic chemist (as opposed to an organic or a physical chemist). She explains that few colleges have more than one inorganic chemist on the faculty, and therefore these scientists are in need of networking with their far-flung counterparts. With help from a national Science Foundation grant, Eppley is taking part in a project to do just that. Together with eight other inorganic chemists and one technology specialist, all from other colleges and universities, Eppley helped form VIPEr (the Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource), an interactive Web site community designed to act as a repository of knowledge in inorganic chemistry, and as a forum for sharing ideas and resources. More than 160 scientists use the site already. The Web site aids each scientist and faculty member in their research, and for professors such as Eppley, it aids her teaching as well, allowing her to bring a nation’s worth of expertise into her own classroom and lab.
Report of gifts received July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008.

1939

ANNUAL FUND: $4,995 DONORS: 16 PARTICIPATION: 27% CHARTER CIRCLE** Carolyn Elliott McManaman FOUNDERS CIRCLE Elmer Billman Jean T. Stoops Elizabeth Parker Ware PATRONS CIRCLE Elbert L. Groves Betty Macy Smith BUILDERS CIRCLE Mary Snyder Hornbacker Clare Allison Meier dec Joseph G. Merrill Margaret McCall Nichols CONTRIBUTORS Elbert L. Archibald Charles C. Bates William J. Fink Verla Crain Huff Irving M. Justman Virginia Porter Palmer OTHER GIFTS John M. Centa dec

1937

ANNUAL FUND: $1,360 DONORS: 16 PARTICIPATION: 37% PATRONS CIRCLE Ellen Beebee Shelby Wendell K. Simpson BUILDERS CIRCLE Eleanor Hostetter Herr Genevieve O’Hair Kee Galen Porter Marian Albaugh Short James M. Taylor CONTRIBUTORS Kermit W. Arnold Katherine Farquhar Ford Margaret Clippinger Gutting G. Walter Scott Ruthana Osterling Stock Benjamin W. Stokes Lucille Moore Washburn Marjorie Dausses Wichlei Harriett Knapp Yinger GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Mary Poucher McCune

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. 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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1940
ANNUAL FUND: $20,670 DONORS: 30 PARTICIPATION: 48% 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 BUILDERS CIRCLE David L. Buckles Harold J. Cook Paula Eddy Leslie Morris Jon Morgan Marion McClintic O’Donnell Shirley Shields Reser Dorice Conner Roberts Miriam Campbell Senger CONTRIBUTORS Helen Youngblood Cope Edward F. Dirks Ruth Durham Hegreness Margery Miller Mills Muriel Fithian Myers William H. Smith Stewart S. Stevens Donald A. Todd GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Marian Ellis Gifford SPECIAL GIFTS Melvyn A. Bayly Vincent C. L. Holmstrom BUILDERS CIRCLE F. Evert Bartholomew June Waughop Bryan William F. Christopher Edward W. Cleary Barbara Brooks Copple Beth Brookley Coulter Jane Chapman Dunkle Eunice Brumm Lanzl Robert E. March Margaret Minich Mettler William H. Pearson Edward E. Richter Donald E. Stullken Jo Clippinger Sweet Alexander Vraciu Dorothy Caldwell Walcher CONTRIBUTORS Jane Mohler Carpenter Marguerite Wilks Handel Vera Curtis Harkin Robert E. Hartsock Dorothy Cooper Salter Paul C. Souder Mary McDonald Stragand Elizabeth Smith Taylor GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Richard G. Rink GIFTS IN HONOR OF Carl A. Strock SPECIAL GIFTS Margaret Hardgrove Wilson CONTRIBUTORS Martha Brooks Allis Helen Porter Ayres Jacqueline Schuldes Baatz Max W. Biggs Thomas D. Cook Robert B. Crocker Frances Chase Dirting Theodore A. Groenke Elizabeth Shierling Grotberg Mary Jones Hanna Richard P. Howell, Jr. Jean Montgomery Hughes Robert I. Landis Betty Yuncker Lee David Z. Logan John K. McAllister James M. Robinson Robert R. Sanks Ailcy Bullington Schindler Edwin C. Tweedie Richard J. Wilkinson dec GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Sal F. Marino Richard S. Shepard SPECIAL GIFTS Lila Seneff Bayly Theodore M. Englehart LEGACY GIFTS Pauline Douglas R. Drew Miller Marguerite Erdman Sailor Gene Schobinger, Jr. Charles H. Sheridan Martha Ketcham Stafford Mary Lang Williams CONTRIBUTORS Suzanne Custer Collins Catherine Peet Cook Connie MacLean Heiden Alice McGahey Kinne Edwinnia Wood Scott James F. Sears Doris Elliott Souder Betty Lindsey Thompson Ellene Whipple Wilma Rothenburger Winkler Mary Martin Wyall Joyce Dunbar Dolan Patricia Federmann Evans Pauline Grossman Gregory Robert T. Hatch Wayne S. Hieber dec Jane Hedgcock Holt Virginia Moomaw Jackson dec Elizabeth M. Kaiser M. Clark LaBrec Ruth Merchant Michaelson Marjorie Inwood Mondecar Mary Graham Osmers Bradford E. Phillips George J. Rahe, Jr. Otto S. Steele, Jr. dec Virginia Jacoby Stooker Susan Alvis Weakley James W. Weatherholt Marjorie Ford Wells Ralph F. Williams SPECIAL GIFTS M. Lewis Gulick OTHER GIFTS Edith Greenleaf Aanderud LEGACY GIFTS M. Lewis Gulick Gail Brookman Grashorn Betty Jo McDonald Judy Ruth Dodge Larson Mary Torrence Layman Christian M. McClure Francile Caylor McClure Dorothy McCullough Morehead Mary Condrey Rambach Kenyon S. Tweedell Nancy Myer Weingartner GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Charles P. Erdmann OTHER GIFTS Richard W. Smith LEGACY GIFTS Arthur E. Klauser

1944

ANNUAL FUND: $27,425 DONORS: 64 PARTICIPATION: 59% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Ann Durham Weinrichter CHARTER CIRCLE** Katharine Draper Haimbaugh Marian Walker LeGros John Mirza Janet Schneider Specht FOUNDERS CIRCLE Donald R. Fretz M. Lewis Gulick Marilynn Parrett Hansen John R. Jewett Edward L. Koosed Phyllis Walcott Nichols Gloria Rick Price Robert E. Sessions PATRONS CIRCLE Lawrence S. Dunham Leonard W. Huck Jean MacRae Jones Robert F. Reckman BUILDERS CIRCLE Carol Mason Bricher Florence Jome Donner Donald L. Galbraith Dorothy Ludington Haines Richard M. Hochstedler Lois Kjellberg Hughet Norman J. Knights Frances Yamasaki Mori William H. Poggemeier, Jr. Marjorie Hamblin Sheridan Marcia Young Smith Muriel Roberts Smith Mary Cleary Straker Martin J. Tuckett Margaret Kleinke Walsh Robert T. Watson John J. Wittich Leah Elliott Wittich Mary Vermillion Wolf CONTRIBUTORS Edith Greenleaf Aanderud Phoebe Yeo Barta H. Myron Braun Helen Rudesill Chroniak Elizabeth Johnson Davidson Nancy Richards Davis Rosemary Gray Dilley

1946

ANNUAL FUND: $14,609 DONORS: 51 PARTICIPATION: 60% CHARTER CIRCLE** Helen Reis Allen Marjorie Volwiler Grinnell FOUNDERS CIRCLE Dorothy Gray Beverly Aura May Durham Jane Hickam Grizzell William A. Nicoll Jeanne Guild Townsend PATRONS CIRCLE Jane Evans Berghoff nancy Coith-Fibbe Jean Holmes Pine Elizabeth Smock Wickman BUILDERS CIRCLE Virginia Jones Bright Martha Lang Carlisle James W. Clark nancy Wittgen DeVoe Barbara Loomis Good Jack W. Graham Phyllis Whitcomb Green Martha Yelton Hanpeter Julia Gullett Holth Esther Steele Hyde Miriam White Jacobs Jane Krider Klatte Jacqueline Arnold Lang Kathryn Weesner Miller Wayne S. Montgomery Harold E. nelson Charles Oldfield Dorothy Wright Peck Margaret Jeffery Sethness 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 Walter Garner Jeanne Andersen Heck B. Bruce Huffman James S. Leslie Barbara Furr Moorman

1945

1943

ANNUAL FUND: $8,835 DONORS: 46 PARTICIPATION: 49% CHARTER CIRCLE** Mary Baker Winning FOUNDERS CIRCLE Mary Loop Doughten Charlotte Biernatzki Jeltsch Marybelle Bramhall Jewett Arthur E. Klauser William C. North Mary Pearman Scarbeary PATRONS CIRCLE Patricia Porterfield Hackett Eleanor Crosby Leigeber Helen Wenrich Wood BUILDERS CIRCLE Robert D. Barendsen Paul F. Brown Dorothy Combs Claypool George Creeger Shirley Lauridsen Daugherty Sara Lockwood Downs Elizabeth Fawcett Farone William H. Fletcher Marie Freeman Holcomb Alice Hobart Horne Ray S. Jacobs dec Martha Haverstick Kay Margaret Roth Martin Dorothy Sperry McClellan Gordon D. nelson Frances Beck Reynolds Willard C. Shrode Richard W. Smith E. Lain Tetrick Jean Mehlig Watson Risdon J. Westen CONTRIBUTORS Luella Boonstra Boaz Sheila Tourtelot Burris Elizabeth Cave Elizabeth Santner Crull Howard D. Crull, Jr.

1942

ANNUAL FUND: $22,226 DONORS: 50 PARTICIPATION: 51% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** John C. Siegesmund, Jr. CHARTER CIRCLE** Arthur G. Allard, Jr. Shirley Andrew Allard Katheryn Boston Bartlett Barbara Hogate Ferrin William E. Specht James M. Winning FOUNDERS CIRCLE Betty Thornburg Briggs William B. Fischer Donald W. Jones, Sr. Robert J. Lavidge Charleen Seibel Sessions PATRONS CIRCLE William F. Edington James A. Felts Wanda Stewart Wheeler Elizabeth Hedges Witteveen BUILDERS CIRCLE Barbara S. Baldwin Elizabeth Fabian Barnes Beth Heuring Christensen Stella Williams Clapp Rebecca Wray Degitz Donald F. Elliott, Jr. P. Richardson Gale Dorothy Gardner Goodnough Marguerite Arendt Goss Elizabeth Roberts Greene George H. Hayes Helen Jome Houck James M. Houck Constance Ceeley Klarer Georgetta Wilson Madole Harold M. Manifold

ANNUAL FUND: $12,466 DONORS: 51 PARTICIPATION: 46% CHARTER CIRCLE** John O. King, Jr. Robert Webster Lott FOUNDERS CIRCLE James M. Briggs Louis R. de Filippis Lloyd E. Dyer Richard H. Elliott Theodore M. Englehart Laurin L. Henry Elroy F. Langill Duane R. Murphy PATRONS CIRCLE Warren J. Close Carl Howard BUILDERS CIRCLE Frank B. Adney, Jr. Mary Alice Claycombe Adney Ann Kimball Andresen George W. Crane, Jr. Dick Daugherty Robert E. Hair Elizabeth Surbeck Hitchner William M. Horne, Jr. Elbert W. King William F. Laramore Arthur W. Lavidge William H. Lazear Myron M. nichols Catherine Cox Stobbart Phyllis Hanson Strick Elizabeth Russell Stullken Robert R. Thoe Jane Winteringer Wilson

1941

ANNUAL FUND: $30,880 DONORS: 36 PARTICIPATION: 43% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Frank H. Roberts CHARTER CIRCLE** Irving M. Heath Bettye Shoop Lott FOUNDERS CIRCLE Helen Marxer Bryant Margie Jolly Dunton Janet Secord Pharr Louise Roberts Slebos Marjorie Nelson Wiseman PATRONS CIRCLE Theodora Maytag Blumberg Ford M. Cullis Wayne May Alice Hankins Schmidt

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2007-08 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society dec – deceased

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Endowment Gift at Work
W. J. Lewis, Jr. Elizabeth Friend Marsh John H. Smith Robert J. Tilley Marian Gregory Wolf dec PATRONS CIRCLE Bette Johnston Boothby Samuel G. Clifford, Jr. Victor J. Hawthorne DonaLou Wilson Imler William A. Imler Louise Martin Mohler Peggy Sandy Moore dec Keith W. Ragan Richard A. Thornburg BUILDERS CIRCLE Ruth Henley Adams Elizabeth Mercer Allured Raymond P. Brown Carolyn Swartzbaugh Chenoweth John R. Claycombe Margery Graham Freshley Patricia Stutz Goyer Robert S. Goyer Edwin P. Hawes Marillyn Knuepfer Hudson Mary West Huggard Ann Graham Jones Dorcas Owens Kerr Charles M. Knueppel Virginia Auble Knueppel Marilyn Baker Metcalf M. Constance nagel Franklyn K. norris Rebecca Longden Oliver Serene Panama Onesto Mary Tresch Petitt Marilyn Seabrook Pinaire Edward D. Porter III L. C. Rudolph Patricia O’Hair Rugan dec Richard R. Savage Edith Schmidt Sally Smith Scott William H. Sharp Marilyn Shaw Smith Barbara Young Story H. Sipes Weed Robert C. Weed James R. Wheeler dec Elizabeth Bennett Wildman Stuart H. Wildman Robert E. Williams, Jr. Beulah Bull Wilson CONTRIBUTORS Elizabeth Brant Barker Jane Briner Beavers Carlos L. Bell Joseph D. Boyd Preston C. Brown Caralyn Keller Buston Charlotte Brown Churchill Richard E. Coffey Howard W. Eloe Rosemarie Hosbach Faber Jocelyn F. Gabel Jane Stafford Gordon Shirley Hooper Greene Eleanor Mackey Hanson dec Mary Hinton Henry Marybelle Haab Henry Allen B. Higgins ula Ammerman House Jean Smith Howlett John C. Lewis James T. Little Jess Karges Logsdon Nancy Scism Marble Yvonne Evans Matson Nina Fay McCunniff Marilyn Husson Mellett dec Jane O’Bannon Parker Mary Simmons Pauley Betty Owens Proffitt James W. Proffitt Marion McBurney Rice Barbara Ross-Shannon Margaret Gage Sanchez Harriet Stallman Sirotkin Patricia Clithero Sneed John B. Stevens Alice Plasterer Stickler Arlene Willcutt Turnbull Beverly Ford Van Buren Wm. Bruce Walker Catharine Manhart Walton Frances Pirkle Welch GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Dan W. Guinnup Walter n. Reagan Heath C. Steele James R. Wheeler SPECIAL GIFTS Marven J. Glen Heath C. Steele dec Richard D. Wood OTHER GIFTS Maureen McCormick Carkeek Walter K. Mickelson, Jr. LEGACY GIFTS Sue Shafer Farmer T. Lyle Harlor

Professor brings human rights, international focus to classroom
“I am a strong supporter of efforts to internationalize the curriculum and student experiences at DePauw, especially adding non-Western perspectives,” says nancy J. Davis, Lester Martin Jones Professor of Sociology. Her professorship was established by Donald W. Jones ’43 in honor of his father, a former sociology professor at DePauw. “Because of DePauw’s faculty development program, I’ve been able to conduct research and present papers abroad, in places such as Padua, Paris, Sydney, Vienna and currently, Buenos Aires.” Davis and co-author Robert Robinson have been studying why religiously orthodox movements are thriving across the world. Their work has won major research awards, and they continue to study the topic in Buenos Aires, where Davis is on sabbatical this year. Davis’s sabbatical also gives her a further opportunity to study human rights issues in Argentina; knowledge she brings back to the classroom. “My sabbatical in Buenos Aires – in addition to providing an intellectually and artistically vibrant city in which to write – allows exploring the legacy of human rights abuses during the Dirty War (1976-83). I teach about this and resistance to it in my seminar on global struggles for human rights.” Davis also teaches course on social movements, sexuality and social theory that are cross-listed with conflict studies and women’s studies, “programs that allow faculty members and students from a variety of disciplines to come together.”
Idella Fields Peterson Katherine Wright Pickert Gloria Kimmel Robinson Margaret Foley Showalter Dorothy Tippett Speer Betty Miller Stoltz GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Gordon R. McKinney OTHER GIFTS Jeanne Guild Townsend FOUNDERS CIRCLE Dorothy Jones Agronick M. Loren Bullock E. Rabb Emison, Jr. Julia Sloan Evans Barbara Mayne Gasser Joel E. Grizzell Erwin Huston Richard A. Kerr John S. Wells, Jr. PATRONS CIRCLE John H. Cox Barbara Day Hunter dec Thomas W. Hunter Kenneth J. Lee Marilyn Masters McQuistan Edwin C. Salter BUILDERS CIRCLE Marilyn Younker Anders James J. Baldwin Donald Keith Campbell Margaret Ward Daniel Ruth Borgmeier Daugherty Dorothy Giles Dyer Hilliard J. Fjord Phyllis Wefel Fruechtenicht June Buchanan Gullberg William F. Hayes, Sr. Betty Staples Herdman Elizabeth Jeschke Montgomery David neustadt Mary Carlson Peterson Marian Osborn Porter Leonard M. Saylor Ellyn Weinel Swanson Winona Bortz Vernberg Margaret Keach Williamson Eldon S. Wright CONTRIBUTORS Lynette Bradley Beall Marjorie Snyder Beckett Vivian Hora Bosquit Dorothy Walsman Burkhart Jean McArthur Coffey Harriett Hesslin Crum Betty Mourning Curl Paul W. Deppert Frances Fiorillo Ruth Bergstrom Grauer Joan Phillips Harrison Leo R. Henry Elaine Smith Jacobs Margaret Showalter Keith 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 John Gumm Taflinger Loraine McClelland Walker GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Daniel H. Hanna William M. Walton SPECIAL GIFTS John D. Williams

1949

CLASS CHAIR: Mary Triggs Hall ANNUAL FUND: $48,277 DONORS: 137 PARTICIPATION: 51% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Gretchen Scott Anderson Carolyn Smith Frederick CHARTER CIRCLE** William W. Bromer Arline Kraft Buettin William H. Buettin Mary Sherer Lukens William F. Mohr Paul F. Radcliffe Jerry F. Weaver Ruth Scudder Weaver FOUNDERS CIRCLE Charles W. Boston Rae Rickenbacher Hickman Mary Tobias Higbie Barbara Burton Hoover Donald Jones Salena Hotchkiss Jones Donald K. Magill Dorothy Lami Magill Thayer E. Merrill Robert F. Ogden Sogi Soder Betty Ballhorn Sultzer M. Wayne Wolfe Oscar F. Yanson

1948

ANNUAL FUND: $112,110 DONORS: 105 PARTICIPATION: 46% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Richard D. Wood PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Robert R. Frederick OLD GOLD CIRCLE** T. Lyle Harlor CHARTER CIRCLE** Frank W. Durham, Jr. Mary Jo Tranbarger FOUNDERS CIRCLE Ellen Jacobsen Andrews Barbara Salmanson Blumberg James E. Brooks Robert C. DeVries Jeanne Smith Gillum Barbara Sward Graves

1947

ANNUAL FUND: $52,154 DONORS: 69 PARTICIPATION: 40% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Edgar A. Meyer OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Barbara Van Dellen Beré Ralph M. Weinrichter CHARTER CIRCLE** Shirley Gilbert Durham Eileen Sullivan Emison James H. Emison Jean Hixon Jelliffe Sue Oettinger Radcliffe Erwin E. Schulze

Report of gifts received July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008.

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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
PATRONS CIRCLE Robert M. Baker Dorothy Jacobs Carpenter James P. Fairfield Guy A. Fibbe Helen Picken Grogan Wells B. Grogan A. Theodore Halsted Mary Carson Hensold dec Donald F. Holcomb Doris Leirer Kett Charles A. West Julia Trost Yake BUILDERS CIRCLE Robert E. Allard Stanley E. Allured J. Bruce Amstutz Maurlea Scannel Babb Enid Meredith Bennett Robert A. Bennett Tavia Thorwaldson Bodenstedt Alice Barger Bower Mary Fisher Bowmar Robert W. Brumitt Robert E. Buis Richard G. Cheney Richard B. Crandall Sara Custer Downing 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 Phyllis Madden Johnston Eleanor Page Magorien John W. McFarland Nancy Elliott McFarland Shirley Swank Mitchem Cyndalu Stivers Piquette Betty Thralls Randall Joan Hoy Sampson Patricia Martin See Mildred Butler Shrontz Colleen White Smith Paula Aird Stone Charles R. Templin F. J. Vernberg Robert T. Westmen Barbara Underwood Wright Shirley McCormick Youngblood Dorothy Cline Yunghans CONTRIBUTORS Marianna Hahl Beers S. Benjamin Beeson James E. Bethel Priscilla Griswold Bethel Kathryn Butler Branstetter Marian Smith Carter James A. Chase Joseph H. Clark Jacqueline Du Jardin Clemenson Barbara Coons Connelly Robert E. Cox Maureen Hubbard Cribbs Reta Wallis Cruse Phyllis Chapman Dickson Alfred D. Dixon Sara Calvert Dixon Ludella Pittman Ebinger dec Joie Lobnitz Felix Patricia A. Goodwin Judith Jackson Hanson H. Wendell Howard Melvyn J. Huber Joan Bethel Huestis Theodore I. Hunsaker Georgia Smith Kalman Marion noble Larocco Alan C. Levinson Margaret Traynor Limuli Anders N. Madsen, Jr. Lorraine Long Madsen Eleanor Marshall-White Patricia McGinley McGrath Donald K. Mossberger Mary Knapp Murch Donall E. Myers Phyllis Pavey Neville nancy Steele noertker Carolyn Feicht Noss John L. Novak Clarabel Grier noyes Charlene Quinn O’Connor Jean A. Omara Roger L. Ragan Virginia Dodge Robertson Robert P. Robinson Albert J. Schmidt norma Bailey Shelden Marjorie Horn Shelly Richard H. Showalter John P. Simon Ellen Weathers Stevens Rose Britt Summers Kathleen Main Sweeney Audrey Wagner Taylor James A. Taylor Janet Westmen Taylor Mary Quiter Truax Clara Snepp Vogt SPECIAL GIFTS Gretchen Scott Anderson OTHER GIFTS Barbara Burton Hoover Betty Benson Weideman James R. Keene Martha Ingram Keene Richard F. McLoughlin Barbara Ocheltree Stepp Ralph F. Stepp, Jr. Gloria Vaughan 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 Robert F. Overmyer Vivian Brubaker Priddy George R. Tovey Robert C. Zimmer BUILDERS CIRCLE Barton Anson David L. Baker Virginia Bartlett Baker A. Kirby Baldwin, Jr. Sarah Clark Breck William C. Caldwell, Jr. Gene Hahn Cheney John D. Colbrunn Carolyn Schwentker Daus Francis E. Evans Mildred Semelka Evans John D. Fetters Marcia Andrews Freeby Warren A. Goodlad Joann Brown Graham Norman H. Hake Marion Goldthwaite Harcourt James H. Henderson Albert F. Hill John E. Hoadley Cynthia Rice Hogan William S. Hollatz Frederick J. Kent Donna Dahlen Kerr Roland E. Koenig Henry Lewis Joan Drompp McAfee Carol Borge McMahon Emily Murray Michael John W. Morris Joan Isenbarger Murray Gordon L. nelson Alfred Piquette Victor E. Ramsey John W. Rippetoe D. James Runyon George M. Sammons Dean R. Sampson David Smith George J. Smith Marion Greenleaf Smith Stanley B. Staples E. L. Stewart, Jr. Jane Hale Utterback Patricia Collier Waters King Williams, Jr. Roland S. Yunghans CONTRIBUTORS Linda Allen Donald E. Applegate James W. Armstrong J. William Asher Mary Hester Bayer Lester E. Beesley Jack D. Bennett nancy Longshore Brest Dorothy Scott Capp Thomas E. Carter Robert B. Chevalier Charles H. Dale Terry K. Donk Ruth Herold Dumond Robert H. Gipson Lois Nash Harbert Charles H. Heaton Marion William Herron Joanne Blake Hurst James M. Jordan Donald E. Julian dec Harry E. Katzmann Ann Brigham Kazmar Donald E. Kipley Carol Crooker Klinestiver Marion J. Lewis June Lydrickson Long Meredith J. Martini Joanne Roberts McClelland Charles M. Melton Dora Hildebrand Meredith Patricia Jacobs Mottweiler Barbara Barr Newlin Donald A. Page Elizabeth Saucerman Paris Carol nicholson Phillips Suzanne Day Pontius Thomas M. Pontius Val Price, Jr. Carol Firchau Prince Carol Downie Regan James A. Rice Robert J. Ricketts Z. Laury Ring Kathryn Jung Schmidt Elizabeth Horn Schumacher Domenico Sella A. Glenn Shoptaugh, Jr. Dorothy Schoneker Skinner James E. Smith, Jr. dec Honey Van Dervoort Snider Judson P. Spore, Jr. William A. Sweeney Charles T. Vear Paul E. Wagner nathan C. Wainright David J. Ware GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Thomas S. Emison SPECIAL GIFTS Dean K. Anderson J. William Asher Claude C. Boles Marilyn Davis Boles Mildred Greenleaf Hodshire C. Robert Jordan Maurice B. Wood OTHER GIFTS Barbara Evans Farris Phillip H. Farris David Smith Marion Greenleaf Smith Dean A. Mitchell David B. Stevens CHARTER CIRCLE** Edward J. Casassa Sue Howard Delves Dale E. Espich Dick Everard ◆ Anne Mossberg Hillman Robert L. Koenig Virginia Condon Neff Maclyn T. Parker Patricia Opie Parker Raymond J. Payne Eleanor Hockey Perris John P. Rudy Carl S. Sorenson Leigh A. Stocking FOUNDERS CIRCLE Dorothy Stout Aldridge Barbara Forsell Barbieri Ralph A. Berg Max L. Boyd Harry C. Colberg Loren D. Daily Herbert W. Hoover Ninalouise Hart Isaacson Sandra Brooks Jordan Mary Dail Keil Anne Hartshorn Luber Joseph W. Lullo Virginia Kibbler Lullo Anita Henderson McLoughlin Verna M. Meyer Carlotta Lance Millholland Marilyn Wiegand Pecsok Elizabeth Rhodes Smith 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 Martha nutt Dunn Thomas V. Fischer C. Thomas Floyd Rudolph Gordon John H. Mitchell Douglas n. Price Margery Guston Tovey H. Lincoln Vehmeyer, Jr. Stanley G. White BUILDERS CIRCLE M. Ann Allen Wesley H. Allen Ruth Floyd Anson Carol Sanford Baldwin Martha Whitmer Bark Robert C. Bayer Charles G. Beck, Jr. Elizabeth Veit Boynton William Breck Joseph Butler dec Patricia Wylie Carr Richard E. Clift Janice Mullen Cooke Barbara Brasmer Cudmore Elsie Manny Eads Charles R. Ellinwood C. William Freeby Russell L. Freeland Frances Gilpin Gumpper Carolyn Waller Heagey C. Salen Herke 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 Joan Barnes nicholson Patricia Hancock Passer Joyce Adams Patterson Eunice Blanchard Poethig Rex B. Ragan Charles V. Reed Thomas A. Rohm Anne Keeney Ruedig Beverly Baughman Ruser John F. Russell Jeanne Ashbaugh Schirmer Morgan F. Simmons Johanna Lichvar Sinks Phyllis Luttrell Smith John R. Stauffer Richard L. Swift Ann Huesmann Thompson H. Canary Thornburg Margaret Burns Trent Beverly Saltz Trochuck M. C. Urban, Jr. Mary Lou Van Buren Beverly Pierce Walker John C. Walker Arthur B. Webb Barbara Riggs Wever Charles A. Whitcomb Nina Streepey Zanes CONTRIBUTORS Karl G. Anderson, Jr. R. Regner Arvidson Carolyn Franklin Babcock Mary Taylor Benson Joan Foster Brabec Benjamin Cole Helen Stovall Coulter Anne Harvey Dabbs J. William Doolittle Barbara Button Everhard Donna Crisler Forbes Joan Holmes Frazier Barbara Banks Gurney John P. Habenicht Lenora Larsen Habenicht Wanda Beebe Hamilton Nancy Cessna Hawthorne Evelyn Hartford Horton James D. Huffman Anna Ashton Iseri Beverly Mcnamara Jackson Virginia McCartney Jenkins Frances Chambers Joswick Raymond P. Lewis, Jr. James E. Liebig Helen Freund Linville Aubert L. Meredith, Jr. Dean A. Mitchell Eleanor Anderson Moore Lewis V. Morgan, Jr. Betty Scarborough Munnings Marian Merchant New Janet Stevens Papworth George Michael Pettinger Joanne Bigham Pinner Barbara Armitage Porter Barbara Britt Przetak Shirley Morris Ramsey Sally Lehman Reynolds

1950

ANNUAL FUND: $79,110 DONORS: 145 PARTICIPATION: 52% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Dean K. Anderson Louise Woods Crandall James R. Williams OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Carl H. Goltermann CHARTER CIRCLE** James B. Bolen, Jr. Patricia Ryan Bromer Constance Caylor Carney Joseph B. Carney, Sr. Kathryn Schwarz Colten Eugene L. Delves Dale J. Ducommun John A. Light III FOUNDERS CIRCLE Ann Hartenstein Creswell neal L. Creswell Boots Duesing dec Doris Wells Duesing Diane Severns Farage Russell H. Hart, Jr. James R. Headley Cleveland P. Hickman, Jr. C. Robert Jordan

1951

ANNUAL FUND: $104,691 DONORS: 163 PARTICIPATION: 66% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Nancy Shelly Schaenen Diane Forst Stephens Norval B. Stephens, Jr. OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Rachel Payne Jakes

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2007-08 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society dec – deceased

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Patricia Richardson Cynthia Allen Ricketts Barbara Ryrholm Sarason Jacquelyn Lapsys Scheibelhut John W. Schlotz Nancy Beard Stauber Kenneth B. Welliver Mary Hickman Welliver Clara Clifford Wilson Katharine Keene Winton GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Joseph Butler Harry D. Jacobs, Jr. SPECIAL GIFTS Anne Mossberg Hillman Sandra Brooks Jordan Dean A. Mitchell nancy Shelly Schaenen OTHER GIFTS William D. Bugher Herbert W. Hoover Carlotta Lance Millholland Arthur B. Webb LEGACY GIFTS John P. Rudy Jack C. Moll Robert L. Queller Ned A. Smith Howard E. Steele Marilyn Smith Steele Miriam Ely Zukoski PATRONS CIRCLE John E. Beesley Beverly Baird Bugher Charlotte Taylor Cooney Phyllis Nelson Danielson John W. Kinsey Nancy MacLennan Lavin Paul H. Lee, Jr. Suzanne Sturges Lee John I. Lundmark Herbert A. Miller, Jr. Dorena Van Voorhies Mitchell Martha Curry Morey Thomas E. Parfitt Robert M. Radle, Jr. Carol Rylander Reitan Cynthia Cline Roberts Martha Sanders Saunders Joanne Arvidson Sheperd Gregory L. Smith Mabel Schloot Smith BUILDERS CIRCLE Susan Moffett Blake Lynn Tozer Bowles David W. Britton, Jr. Harry W. Burdick James K. Chamness Bette Doolittle Culver John P. Culver, Jr. Patricia Crays Dixon Virginia Downs Fran Tuttle Drew Susanna Bowers Ellinwood Marilyn Heaton Fackler Russell Jackson Fry Mary Jane Garber Nancy Driscol Gardner Thomas H. Gardner Lois McQueen Gartner L. Charles Hebel, Jr. Lewis L. Kirk, Jr. Leland A. Lahr Janet Teetor Loring Richard W. Loring Lillian F. Lynch Norman K. Martin Barbara Miller Meeker Jay A. Morris Dorothy neice nelson Nancy Hartz Nesbit William R. Nesbit Sheila Griffith Nolin Jean Hartsock Peters Marilyn Thomas Peterson Martha Clark Rice Robert E. Rohm Mary Cattran Stephens G. Brock Stewart Elizabeth Rauch Taylor Glenn W. Thompson, Jr. Anne Cosler Trovinger Helen Gibson Tykal Jack B. Tykal Mary Goodrich Watts James H. Williams Janet Lewis Williams Nancy Haupt York CONTRIBUTORS William C. Ashman Muriel Nelson Berger Janet Marshall Boeh Joan Schafer Carrodus Dean Carson Paula Stenger Cassiday Mary J. Chesterson Barbara Brewer Clark John H. Coats Allan T. Coulter Isabel Taylor Dewey Nancy Cox Fontaine Marilyn Payne Freeouf Paul O. Germann, Jr. Margaret Haun Groetsch Susan Shepherd Herron Peggy Ragan Hughes Margaret Tennant Jones Mary Johnson Jordan James R. Kanney Nancy Leggitt Katzmann Joanne Leaton Keller Mary Lesperance Kimble Alex J. Kondonassis Marjorie Needham Latzko Charles S. Levings III Carol Loew-Kalbas Margaret Bennett Martin JoAnn Baker Mets Martha Dunlavy Mitchell Alice Fairbank Mulligan Harold R. Muncie Stephen J. nagy Susan Sawens nelson Harmon O. Pritchard, Jr. Barbara Bennett Ruble Janet Sollitt Scholtes Marion Bauman Sego Kenneth R. Simmons Betty Hanlin Smith Suzanne Clemons Smith Fauneil Brattain Stewart Raymond S. Thiem William H. Timm Marilyn Floridis Tolnitch L. E. Tweedle William R. Watson, Jr. Elizabeth Browning Witchey George O. Witwer Richard W. Wolk Mary Brendlinger Woodland GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Diana Root Dean SPECIAL GIFTS Edward O. Gammel Charles W. Hillman Martha Dunlavy Mitchell Ronald F. Van Vactor Joann Wine White Elizabeth Browning Witchey OTHER GIFTS Beverly Baird Bugher Herbert J. Grubb FOUNDERS CIRCLE Charles C. Adams Marcia Terwilliger Adams Thomas F. Amann Beverly Byram Anderson Madelyn Hatch Bogue Betty Soukup Boyd Walter W. Chaffee Joseph T. Ives, Jr. Mary Shattuck Ives Patricia Williams Jennings Rosalie Amory Miller Arthur M. Millholland Betty Corder Outerbridge Mildred Trares Schaefer Marjorie Emshoff Tower Wesley Tower Betty Thoma Weikert dec William L. White PATRONS CIRCLE Joan Love Allemand Jennette Thompson Brower Louis O. Carr Thomas T. Chen James C. Costin Jeanne Thompson Deichmiller John C. Golba William H. Hoag Victor Jackson Emmett F. Kaelble Vern T. Kraushaar Mary Ehrlich Lundmark James B. McClenahan Marcia Edwards Peterson Barbara Thomas Price nancy Peregrine Rodgers John Ward Shawver Sue Saunders Shawver Kay Leonard Stephens F. Michael Wahl Bruce Walker BUILDERS CIRCLE Joyce Vietzke Allen Melvin L. Allen Donald E. Archer Janet Carlisle Archer John A. Armantrout Margaret Mutschler Armantrout Peggy Carey Beman Karin Hennings Bennington Jean Alsworth Breheny Dorothy Frey Chamness Joanne Beil Conners Carolyn Compton Cook Mary Emison Davis Phillip C. Davis Clyde H. Dornbusch Donna Cook Dreyer David E. Durham Charles C. Eynon Susan Wittgen Fox Alice Rogers Freeman Jerry A. Freeman Ivan S. Fucilla Billie Adelhelm Harper Jane Heaton Richard B. Helfrich 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 Joanne Dixon norton William H. Oberholtzer dec Carlisle K. Parker, Jr. Duane A. Patterson Joan Hockersmith Piercefield nancy C. Ralston Donald R. Roberts

1953

ANNUAL FUND: $69,688 DONORS: 153 PARTICIPATION: 65% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** John W. Jakes David J. Morehead Alvin I. Singer CHARTER CIRCLE** Eleanor Thee Barkley Robert R. Branson Barbara Miller Fisher Martha Whitcomb Floyd Owen E. Floyd, Jr. Judith Drompp Guild Richard A. Hansen David S. Johnson Joyce Foster Larson Elizabeth Class Payne Joan Lubman Strawn Jane Ehmann Wood

1952

ANNUAL FUND: $97,698 DONORS: 159 PARTICIPATION: 60% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Richard A. Haller, Sr. OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Henry A. Leander Louise Ford Leander Charles A. Leis Marilyn Newpart Leis Martha Dunlavy Mitchell Sally Symon Stevens CHARTER CIRCLE** Don B. Ansel Irene Koebke Ansel Anna Cain Ducommun Susan Metcalfe Elzemeyer Beverly Grant Frier Richard W. Fulmer Lee H. Hamilton Nancy Nelson Hamilton Glenn C. Hannah ◆ Charles W. Hillman Carol Nelson Johnson Paul E. Lancaster Jane Greer Lauritzen Nancy Sjostrom Miller Kathleen Keller Smith Joann Wine White FOUNDERS CIRCLE John T. Anderson Nancy Filkey Anderson James L. Bogue Gloria Lindquist Daily Carleton E. Dangremond, Jr. L. Penfield Faber Joyce Moore Gouwens Herbert J. Grubb Mary Whitmore Hague Richard C. Holland Grant C. Light Anabel Russell Mason James H. Mason John C. Melangton David Moessinger

Endowment Gift at Work

Men’s Hall Scholarship Recipient Shines
Entrepreneur, scholar, humanitarian and loyal member of the DePauw family – all of these terms fit Indianapolis native Kristie F. Carter ’09. Kristie, who was awarded a Men’s Hall Alumni Association scholarship this past year, is an active and vibrant student with a bright future. A Bonner Scholar and Management Fellow, her life at DePauw is marked by public service and intense study. She has volunteered extensively with The Ark, a private kennel for homeless animals. She is also co-owner of a limousine service and has won awards for her level of entrepreneurism. Kristie has engaged deeply with DePauw alumni through the Black and Gold Student Alumni Association, working at Alumni Reunion Weekend and other events. “The DePauw alumni network is unbelievable,” she explains. The financial assistance her Men’s Hall scholarship provides underlines the importance of the greater DePauw family. “The scholarship has made my college dream seem not so unattainable, and in fact it has become a reality. I believe that alumni interest in and support of students has an extreme impact on one’s life.”
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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Jane Watson Rohm Virginia Kraft Scatterday Joan Zacharias Scheel Robert A. Schilling Marilyn Hatch Schmidt Kendrick Shedd William A. Shumaker Mary Lacy Smith Ronald D. Smith Richard O. Soldner Mary Baughman Spilman Philip Steinberg Ann McQueen Thompson Robert P. Trautman David L. Young Nancy Lemen Zimmerman CONTRIBUTORS Lois Andersen Bell Joan Callahan Bigge Barbara Sumpter Boerger Sarah Vanwye Brumfield Mary Daggett Carlton Marilyn Jeppesen Carson Leone B. Carter William M. Clark Mary Morse Cook Gaspar G. de Paredes, Jr. Elizabeth Davis Dean Kathryn Wieland Dombey Diane Mound Doner John N. Elliott Joyce Whitehead Elliott Joan Steward Erb Clarise Smet Fischer Sarah Howell Galliger Perry C. Grier Esther Julian Jones Robert C. Jones Laverne J. Lani Carolyn Burckhalter McGahey Robert E. Myers Margaret Haefner Palo Dolores Baldridge Ray Robert M. Seiler Barbara L. Sennett Althea Rautenberg Smith Donna James Smith Patricia Sommer Smith Betty Murray Spehar Mary Wollenhaupt Stern Harry E. Stewart Robert S. Swaim, Jr. Ernest M. Thayer Sarah Wynne Tolbert Joyce Roberts Ward Janyce Kishman Wieland Kenneth A. Wieland Thomas A. Wright GIFTS IN MEMORY OF J. Kent Guild GIFTS IN HONOR OF David J. Morehead SPECIAL GIFTS James Hollensteiner Alvin I. Singer OTHER GIFTS Arthur M. Millholland David J. Morehead LEGACY GIFTS Vern T. Kraushaar David J. Morehead

1954

ANNUAL FUND: $151,919 DONORS: 139 PARTICIPATION: 53% 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 Robert F. Henry, Jr. Kareen Morris Jacobs Anne Prindle Johnson ◆ Ellen Little Vanden Brink FOUNDERS CIRCLE Alfred D. Biggs, Jr. Ruth Hawkins Biggs Edward W. Cassidy Sally Sohngen Henderson James M. Holland John A. Jennings Marilyn Shanks Klingaman Jane Schwalm Miller Dorothy Nelson Moll Janice Wolle nielsen Frank J. Tolford, Jr. PATRONS CIRCLE William W. Allison Peggy Cooper Babcock E. William Bergfeld, Jr. Chester W. Browne, Jr. nancy Boyd Costin Loraine Loomis Cox Kenneth H. Haynie Donna Payne Hoenes Henry J. Hoenes, Jr. R. Edward McGreevy, Jr. Kenrad E. Nelson Patricia Cullen Ratcliff Erick R. Ratzer Jeanne Mason Ratzer James Sykora II Richard L. Turmail Clark L. Wagner Nancy May Woulfe Dorothy Johnson Wyandt John O. Wyandt BUILDERS CIRCLE 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 Joan Falquet Dornbusch Betty Ross Drake James E. Dudley Susan Healey Eynon Marilyn Holtman Fetters Judith Clow Fucilla Timothy P. Garrigus

William P. Giddings Anne Emison Harmon Gloria Spore Helfrich William Brian Hill Norman J. Hudak Robert L. Huffman Charles I. Johnson Annichen Bohn Kassel Victor A. Kassel Gene C. Laker Constance Hubbard Lakomski John W. Lauter Frances Swanstrom MacCollum Beverly Stern McCleve Elaine Demos Miliotes Marilyn Miller Morris Judith Johnson Oberholtzer William A. Pendl John T. Peters Lewis E. Peters Barbara Cheney Prellberg Frederick C. Reigle, Sr. Patricia Van Riper Rice Ralph W. Riecker, Jr. James W. Rowlett Barbara Burgoyne Schanck Mary Curry Shakespeare Bernard F. Slanec Gretel Heinzerling Smith Janet E. Snape 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. Joan Westmen Battey Bruce A. Breiding Carolyn Rudy Brill Jane Fredericks Buchanan Diana Duckett Clark Eleanor Priebe Cramer Marilyn Brown Croasdaile Charles C. Doenecke Ann Brant Dunnichay Sue Barthelmeh Eckstein Sharon Sloan Feix Marilyn Carlson Filemyr Donna Diddie Fischbeck Edward L. Fritz Olivia Greco Gow Elisabeth Jones Grueninger Samuel W. Hart dec Beverly Hanger Heitzenrater Kenneth O. Johnson Marjorie Davis Johnson Robert G. Johnson Patrice Moore Jones C. Travis Kendall Judith Dutchess Kepner Gertrude Macomber Kivett Everett L. Laury Janet Miller Lewis Anne Kingma Myers Mary Schwartz Oakley L. Wilcox Oliver Lillian Gospodareck Parrish Mary Erwin Pitcher Barbara Derrick Puterbaugh Jean A. Snow Carolyn Gipe Stauffer Mary Hall Stewart John T. Weise Janice Myers Weller Susan Ewert Wright

SPECIAL GIFTS Joan Westmen Battey Edward W. Cassidy Ronald K. Holmberg Jane Leahy Warne Richard A. Warne OTHER GIFTS Chester W. Browne, Jr. Donna Payne Hoenes Henry J. Hoenes, Jr. Marjorie Davis Morehead Lewis E. Peters John L. Spencer LEGACY GIFTS Marjorie Davis Morehead Jerry L. Williams

1955

ANNUAL FUND: $87,522 DONORS: 124 PARTICIPATION: 55% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Phyllis Walker Nicholas Ian M. Rolland OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Robert H. Giles CHARTER CIRCLE** Benjamin G. Cochran Marilou Morrell Kelly H. Richard Morgenstern Harold A. Petersen Thomas A. Sargent Robert W. Sass Charles D. Stocking dec Nancy Curtis Stocking Norman E. Strasma Elaine Hebel Zeuthen FOUNDERS CIRCLE Morton L. Berfield James E. Brumbaugh Jack H. McNairy Mary Condon McNairy Robert L. Muller Richard H. Warnes Stanley A. Williams PATRONS CIRCLE Patricia Orr Burnham Marjorie Stutz Carr H. Keith Cox Martha Davidson Kaelble nicholas H. Kalvin Robert M. Kelsey Jane Clements King Richard R. McCracken Marni Atkins Powell Howard M. Skoien James M. Totman Sandra Garrett Ullman BUILDERS CIRCLE Gene L. Addison Susan Smith Baumann Gilbert H. Bierman Donald E. Blatchley Philip F. Bradford Sharon Smith Britton Jerry M. Burand Joann Decker Burand John n. Chapin, Jr. Martha Dehner Copher Peter M. Dawson Carol Shanklin Durham Donna Buchanan Edgar

Sanford Elson Elton Judith Wheaton Fuller Richard M. Fuller Sarah Organ Geitz David Gelsanliter Jean Aubrey Gillooly Elizabeth Hardy Holland David E. Hood John Hufferd Norman F. Jay Donald A. Johnson Anne Nelson Jones William M. Keller, Jr. Robert R. Kimbell, Jr. Richard G. Krueger Carole neusbaum Levick Ronald W. Liechty W. Joseph McDade Dorothy Johnson McWhirter Beverly Lewis Nicholson Richard P. Nicholson Sabra Hansen Qua Gretchen Strasma Rauschenberg Mary Simmons Reece Lona Beck Robertson Carol Wischmeyer Rucker Margaret Scott Rumpp Carol Hershberger Showers Joyce Shoptaugh Shumaker Sara Rife Smith Robert G. Soper Jean Whitten Stafford John C. Stark H. Edward Tolle Charles A. Vickers Martha Johnson Vickers Virginia Barlow Williams Thomas G. Williams dec William P. Wooden Susan Guild Young James D. Zachritz CONTRIBUTORS Carol Reeder Agness Anne Cockfield Alschuler Lester S. Barritt Warren E. Beebe Carol Warren Carr James G. Carr noll Sanders Cassady Marjorie C. Crichton Dolly Weaver Deary David W. Dellinger Mary Pieters Desmond Paul B. DuMontelle Robert W. Edmunds Ann Wesner Evans Othmar G. Grueninger Leslie E. Haney Barbara Ault Homme Ronald C. Horndorf Shirley Jackson Isaacson Arthur S. Kimball, Jr. Mary Scircle Kimball Meredith Miller Kling Carolyn ulmer Klus Janet Winters Kuzmic Caroline Jones Lang Charles F. Meyer John H. Munson Kay Mussetter Noyes Sara Seger Parente Gail Rittersporn Schaaf Elizabeth Clunk Shelt Douglas A. Smalheer Donald M. Thomas Raymond E. Wachter, Jr. Carolyn Dessauer Warweg Ann O’Connell Weise Grace Hanson Wilson

Eleanor Jenkins Wright GIFTS IN MEMORY OF John B. Williams SPECIAL GIFTS Harold A. Petersen Sabra Hansen Qua Ian M. Rolland LEGACY GIFTS Carol Wischmeyer Rucker Charles A. Vickers Martha Johnson Vickers

1956

ANNUAL FUND: $242,746 DONORS: 145 PARTICIPATION: 56% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Elizabeth Pfeffer Allen Cynthia Brooks Holmberg PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Albert E. Crandall OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Arthur L. Bryant Lee E. Dirks Donald C. Findlay II Barbara Dixon Harrison ◆ E. Henry Lamkin, Jr. Jerry D. Pontius Edward M. Roob James E. Shields CHARTER CIRCLE** Charles A. Gilbert George G. Karas Shirley Craig Karas J. Kurt Mahrdt, Jr. Norval Duane Reece Susan Overstreet Stevens Frederick R. Williams FOUNDERS CIRCLE Mary Larsen Austin Adrianne nail Coats Sidney O. Coats Barbara Thompson Garlinger Donald W. Garlinger Thomas J. Grant Richard W. Moll William H. Osha Donna Wright Plock Ronald W. Sondee Lott H. Thomas Sueann Stedman Williams norma Hawkinson Winemiller Robert H. Winemiller PATRONS CIRCLE Sarah Green Abel Myrna Mansfield Allshouse Susan Christensen Beatty Arthur J. Beer, Jr. Frederick F. Boling John C. Carlson Shirley Dungan Cline Jacqueline Drummer Didier Katherine Suydam Hall MaryBelle Ferguson Hoenig William B. Hoenig, Jr. Thomas A. Jameson Robert V. Johnson Virginia Milbacher Johnson Robert E. Kersey Carol Ackerson Malmgren

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2007-08 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society dec – deceased

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Lynn Cooley McMillion Norman L. Morford Diana Evans Parfitt J. Bergen Parkhill Marilyn Basinger Parkhill Linda Ieler Reinhardt Carol L. Stoudt Caroline A. White BUILDERS CIRCLE Jane Carpenter Andersen Kay Clough Burrill Claire Neill Campbell Bruce R. Danner John R. Dehner R. Victor Dix Carol Gray Dixon Herbert K. Douglas Kay Farr Driscol Paul E. Driscol, Jr. J. Richard Emens Ann Messersmith Fletcher Joanne Jones Garrigus Jay B. Hanselmann Robert B. Hirschman Robert G. Kensler Richard E. Knapp Phyllis Hahn Lauter William F. Lawrence William B. Leist Howard Winn McCray William T. McMurry Clayton Z. Miller Mary Berger Moriarty Max R. Murphy J. Raymond North, Jr. Martha Sappenfield North Jack D. Noyes Shirley Champion Nusbaum Kathleen Anderson Parker Roberta Schroeder Parrott Mary Woodford Pavlikowski Nancy Hieronymus Pearson George W. Phillips, Jr. Donald G. Reiff John L. Rikhoff Karen Knutson Rikhoff Elaine Brannen Ross Nancy Fenwick Schuler Shirley E. Shazer Betty Wollenberg Short Jay u. Sterling Clark E. Taylor William H. Taylor, Jr. Calliope Cotomata Tracewell Jeanne Rappel Wagle Gerald L. Ward Virginia Wieland-Mast David E. Winton Nancy Harrison Winton noble H. Yoshida CONTRIBUTORS Jinsie Scott Bingham Sandra Millikin Blackert Judith Walker Buchanan Virginia Jordan Burchard Carolyn Grall Carpenter Sue Bartlett Davie Nancy Mathieu Davis Mary Anderson Droppers Dollie Bridgewater DuMontelle B. Gilbert Edmunds Dorothy Dale Gough John W. Hake Shirley Taylor Henshaw Peter R. Hensley Gretchen Fuller Huff nancy Hiller Humphrey Jane nelson Lashley Jack W. Lyle Thomas D. McCreery Betty Drake McGowan Arne J. Moestue Stanley E. Mutti Robert F. nichol Lois Smisek Owen Bruce W. Parker Janet Allen Parker John P. Porter Clayton P. Reed Joseph T. Rush nancy Lingle Samson Sandra Watson Schafer Joyce Taylor Siefker Virginia Mezey Sorley James H. Taylor Helen Kupke Teach Judith Melvin Thornburg Diane MacCoy Van Der Meid Susan Morrison Wanberg GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Margaret Hogue Corneilsen GIFTS IN HONOR OF Thomas J. Grant William B. Leist SPECIAL GIFTS Glady Caley Faires Cynthia Brooks Holmberg norman Miller Johnson

Annual Fund Gift at Work

Cyclist rides for a cause
Evansville, Ind., native C. neil Broshears ’09 is a star member of the DePauw cycling team, and he has participated in the prestigious College nationals Road Race. This past summer, however, he decided to ride for something much larger than any award. Broshears joined Bike and Build, a team of 32 cyclists who bike from Rhode Island to California as a fundraiser to help build homes for the less fortunate. Along the way, they stop and help out at various building projects as well. “I’ve always cycled for me,” the biology major said. “This was a way in which I could cycle but do something productive with it.” An outstanding student and exceptional cyclist, Broshears received support to attend DePauw through an Annual Fund gift from Alvin I. Singer ’53. “The Singer Scholarship made it possible for me to attend a great college,” he said. “I chose DePauw due to its superior reputation and small class sizes. Without such help, I may never have been able to complete my studies at DePauw university.”
Judith Shafer Davidson Ann Luttrell Grant Mary Harris Harris Nicholas L. Jones Richard J. Laker Ruth Lewis Lieberman Marilee Lidikay McCallister Shirley Fouch Muller Marcia Wheeler Mussman Thomas Richard Ransom Robert C. Sammons Robert W. Schrier Jean Hostetler Stackhouse Max L. Stackhouse James C. Van Horne Robert N. Younger PATRONS CIRCLE Merle F. Allshouse Walter M. Bagot Veryl F. Frye, Jr. George C. Halfmann G. Richard Hershberger Josephine Petry Hershberger Joy Uphaus Holthouse Thomas L. Holthouse Barbara Garrett Krause Janice Roberts Mair Joan Garwood McCracken Roberta Bruns Oleson Sue Farrell Supple J. Michael Yohe BUILDERS CIRCLE J. Patrick Aikman Alana Hickman Alexander Gail Anderson-Conlan Charles E. Ballinger Dale E. Berkebile Mary Jordan Berkebile Thomas T. Boyd H. Dale Bracey Miriam Cole Breese H. E. Barney Burroughs Sandra Louy Burroughs James B. Cash Charles R. Copple Gretchen Kiger Cryer Lois Cashin Danner Barbara Zerell Edwards Leila Scelonge Edwards Ila Alexander Fisher neal F. Fisher Sandra Vincent Gardner Anne Allaway Gilbert Jane Thoma Hammond James D. Harris Patricia White Harris Prudence Dix Hilger Deborah Pond Hoyt Rosanne Miller Jacks Frank D. Kaiser Jeanne Petracek Kipp Charles B. Kirkdoffer Ann Bland Knapp Janet Hoffmark Laut nicholas A. Lyras Richard F. Maroney Lester B. Mathieson Carolyn Jones Miller John A. Morehead William H. naylor Richard A. Ohs Donna Hostetter Peebles Dan F. Peternell Martha Williamson Phillips Mary Shauman Reiff Jane Powell Riggs Carl H. Rinne III Jean Wallin Roberts Richard H. Ruedi Margaret Steffen Sant’Ambrogio Phyllis Rauth Sells Larry D. Shafer Ralph E. Snelson Leonard E. Snyder Jane Christensen Soper Richard L. Talbott Elizabeth Ives Thompson William J. Thompson Jane Ettinger Turley James M. Vandivier Frank D. Walker Gail Loomis Ward Robert D. West Fred A. Wingert Beverly Bryan Wirsching CONTRIBUTORS Judith Folk Aikman Frances Ott Allen Gayle Purves Anderson Janice Harrison Armuth Sharon McBroom Brunjes Suzanne D’Sinter Carpine Charles D. Corbin Carol Rossman Creelman Don M. Dixon Dorothy A. Drake Cary Kay Fellman Everett A. Fox Gloria McVey Frew Ronald T. Hafer Fred W. Hawk Gail Achtner Hawk Jerome W. Helm Mary Ball Hoeltzel Nancy Neal Keating Phyllis Patterson Kiser Margaret Dailey Kuehrmann Merle D. Lehman F. Michael McLain Kay Kenna McMaster Joan Moore Mernitz Sue Galbraith Roberts Jerry H. Rose Barbara Duffield Sheehan Gail Divine Sims Glenn J. Slanec Nancy Holmes Sprague Carol Hauser Stark Calvin n. Wade II Jean Anderson Weliver GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Marietta Coble Ivey Richard M. Temple OTHER GIFTS Donald L. Hamilton Rosanne Miller Jacks LEGACY GIFTS nancy Ford Charles Jane Jones Williams

1957

CLASS CHAIR: Lou ubben Walton ANNUAL FUND: $129,823 DONORS: 155 PARTICIPATION: 44% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Hirotsugu (Chuck) Iikubo OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Patricia Harms Canfield Garth F. Essig Judith Lilly Findlay Martha Faitz Gamble Donald L. Hamilton Vernon E. Jordan, Jr. Doris Smith Miguelez Mary Goff Pontius Barbara Leske Roob David M. Stone Jane Jones Williams CHARTER CIRCLE** Nancy Ford Charles Roger W. Findley Nancy Hunger Galliher John E. Morrill Joan Rideout Phillips William R. Powell Barbara Chandley Puckett Robert H. Puckett Larry R. Robinson Paula Sedgwick Scism Richard M. Temple dec Dwight F. Walton ◆ Lou Ubben Walton FOUNDERS CIRCLE Janet Daniels Bell Suzanne DeCosted Breckenridg Donna Jensen Burke E. Burow Cleveland Joseph C. Cleveland

1958

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Richard B. Hackenberg Emily Hooton Hamilton Douglas A. Holmes Marilyn Hansen Lancaster Thomas A. Lancaster Daniel E. Lewis, Jr. G. Richard Locke Judy Blang Locke George L. Mazanec David J. Petterson Janet W. Prindle D. Reed Scism Thomas L. Turk Sharon Williams ubben Timothy H. ubben Edward L. unterberg nancy Hadley Wilhelm

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REUNION COMMITTEE: Fred G. Augspurger James H. Beatty, Sr. Curtis R. Bryant Carl A. Buehler Martha Morgan Bull Ardath Edwards Cade nancy neely Cash Barbara Tracy Cochran D. David Cryer Julia Whitney Dawson Theodore D. Driscol Ralph R. Edminster dec 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: $415,153 DONORS: 283 PARTICIPATION: 75% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** ◆ George L. Mazanec ◆ Sharon Williams Ubben ◆ Timothy H. Ubben EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** ◆ G. Richard Locke ◆ Judy Blang Locke ◆ Janet W. Prindle ◆ Edward L. Unterberg OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Carol Shanahan Bryant ◆ Barbara Tracy Cochran Robert n. Davies ◆ Ralph R. Edminster dec ◆ Emily Hooton Hamilton ◆ Douglas A. Holmes ◆ Carolyn T. Jones David N. McKeag ◆ Nancy Waymire Munroe Donald G. Norman G. Byington Pratt III Walter W. Sampson, Jr. CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ James H. Beatty, Sr. James H. Boyd ◆ Martha Morgan Bull Robert G. Burney ◆ D. David Cryer nancy Ruyle Dodge ◆ Theodore D. Driscol ◆ Robert L. Erickson Suzanne Wedeking Frederickson ◆ Carolyn Beasley Gilbert David E. Harris Carole Kelly Hegenbarth William C. Krueger, Jr. ◆ Marilyn Hansen Lancaster ◆ Thomas A. Lancaster Charlotte Nelson Lueckel Ernest F. Modzelewski Lois Stewart Perry ◆ David J. Petterson Paula Weir Powell ◆ Sharon Moore Robinson Dawn Follett Schumann ◆ D. Reed Scism Nancy Lindquist Temple ◆ nancie Clark Williams FOUNDERS CIRCLE Harriet Rinehart Attig John C. Attig J. Robert Coffin Delight Mace Dowell Duane L. Dowell J. David Eberle Robert W. Edler ◆ Patrick M. Ewing Joseph R. Flummerfelt Ronald L. Galiene Nancy Young Gehlbach Richard T. Hill, Jr. Roberta Gates Hill Frank F. Hirschman Carole Grimmer Irvin Ann Cotton Jilg John M. Johnson Lee Lewis Johnson W. Richards Kindig John N. King Beatrice Marquis Kulier Helen Pigott Laker ◆ Daniel E. Lewis, Jr. James B. Life Patricia Moore Life ◆ Howard F. Lund Mary Taylor Mann Patricia Barnes Moder Edna Bromer Moore Richard W. Moore Carol Leopold Murad Ferid Murad Donald E. Parker Barbara Hibberd Podlach ◆ Charles E. Ray James G. Reynolds Phillip L. Ribbe Robert L. Rudolph ◆ Sandra Swisher Sammons John F. Schneider Mary McCorkle Sondee Carlton B. Stringfellow Joellen McFarland Stringfellow Susan Lawrence Swezey Maynard D. Thompson ◆ Thomas L. Turk Ann Thomas Wade Anne Earhart White ◆ nancy Hadley Wilhelm Sally Petersen Williams Grace Overdeer Zuehlke PATRONS CIRCLE Jane Middleton Anderson Miriam Query Boling Robert D. Britigan, Jr. ◆ Curtis R. Bryant David F. Burg Kerry Winn Burstein ◆ Ardath Edwards Cade ◆ Jerry G. Gaff Dianne Fellows Guild Janet Foresman Hall James E. Hannah Mary McCallum Henrichs Jane McDaniel Keller Vicki Bunting Lauderdale Kathryn Penstone Penstone Patrick E. Sharp ◆ David R. Sheaffer Nancy Grumling Sheaffer Sherleene Funk Sissell Beverly Mullen Stodghill John B. Young BUILDERS CIRCLE Margaret Layng Aldrich William L. Amers Ann Freehafer Andersen ◆ Fred G. Augspurger Janet York Babcock Catherine Culver Baty Barrett L. Beer Barbara Hartong Belt ◆ nancy neely Cash Suzanne Wagner Davis ◆ Julia Whitney Dawson Daniel S. Forney, Jr. Marion Radcliffe Fox Wayne Friend Judith Landis Gendron Arthur C. Goetz Morris E. Goodnight Howard N. Greenlee, Jr. Barbara E. Gunn ◆ Richard B. Hackenberg Linda Stang Hanahan Frances Wilson Hayward Marsha Walb Heller Frederick B. Hendricks Marilyn Fitch Herrmann Orville E. Hileman, Jr. Richard P. Hoagland Judith Weiler Hollis Robert J. Hotopp ◆ Joanne Toates Huffman Martha Obear Huggins Robert J. Jacobson Gary T. Jewell Elizabeth Craig Joseph Carol Breuhaus Kenney Jason J. Kesler Charles E. Kingman O. Dene Knight Kenneth D. Kohlstedt II Sandra Haverfield Kroder Georgia Basore Kropf Mary Kendall Leist David M. Lewis, Jr. Bonnie Barrow Liljequist Leslie Yoder Lynch Robert E. Manhard Barbara Ragland Maroney Sally Pottle Mathieson Sherry Pierpont May ◆ W. Thomas McGhee C. Richard McQueen Mary Crosby Mestousis ◆ K. David Miller Katherine Keith Milne George A. Morgan, Jr. nancy Smith Morris Julia Kiesselbach Mullican Janet Brebach Murray Jon B. Myers Judith Simpson Myers Mary Dahlen naylor Charlotte Hyman neuhauser James J. O’Brien James D. O’Dell Bruce E. Partner Ann Wallace Peternell Donna Johnson Peterson Carol Dorsett Pyle Kim T. Rawlinson Christopher n. Reinier Jane Jarrell Robinson E. Stewart Saunders John W. Schiller Keith C. Schroeder Hugh T. Schulhof Robert M. Seward II ◆ Diane Woodward Snelson Glenn H. Spoerl Karen Johnson Spoerl Mary Arnold Stanley Roy M. Stanley II Patricia Hammer Taggart norbert L. Talbott Ruth Lighter Talbott Gayle Wanegar Taliaferro Kathryn Orr Taylor H. Bruce Throckmorton Patricia Mannin Tillman Eleanor Hokanson Todd Martha Moore Trowbridge Barbara Thornton Vrooman June A. Walker Louis L. Watson, Jr. ◆ Albert A. Watts, Jr. Belinda nickel Watts Robert A. Watts Gordon E. Wesner, Jr. Jane Rightsell Wesner Susan Kolkmeier Whitehouse CONTRIBUTORS Barbara Applegate-Jones Gary G. Barnes Janet Gutman Bishop Permilla Smith Brawley ◆ Carl A. Buehler Bobby Pipkin Campbell Constance Evans Claar Carolyn Hancock Cleland Ronald E. Coons Edna Dix Crocker M. Keith DeArmond David F. DeVos Elizabeth Tinney Donley nancy Lamkin Edler Judith Hoff Ellington Sharon Elliott-Fox Janet Bruggeman Fencken Vincent S. Frohne Richard W. Gethin Gretchen Soldwedel Gill Marcia Thornton Groth John O. Gruber William E. Haslem Kathleen Grover Helm Karen Meiks Jeffries Ruthanne Williamson Johnson Thomas A. Johnson Constance Johnson Kiley Phyllis Paulson Kirbabas Margaret Lane Lazaraton Ruth Wilson Lehner Ronald G. Liveris Jeanne Hickman Logan John S. Mason Martha Crumb McCoy Judith Asbell McMillen Barbara Coppes Mcnett Sarah Rose Miquelle Sharon Miller Momany Georganna Blume Morrison Richard W. Morrison Gail Lone O’Brien Barbara Land Padgett Jeanne Merten Parker Sara McSherry Powers Carolyn Raup Queisser Ruth Falk Redel Carolin Smith Renz Sally Fullerton Riemer Anne Murphy Schaaf Peter H. Scheible Rosemary Davis Shaw Ruth E. Shogren ◆ Alice Jones Slanec Charles B. Stafford ◆ Eleanor Selle Stanley

[DIAN: Use this chart with the profile titled “9 HR Profile.Endmt Per Student.1950.60s”. That file has been updated with the 6/30/2008 endowment figure. A hardcopy is attached.. –kps]

INSTITUTION – ENDOWMENT PER STUDENT
(AS OF JUNE 30, 2007)

Pomona College (Calif.) Grinnell College (Iowa) Wabash College (Ind.) Carleton College (Minn.) $338,866 Washington & Lee University (Va.) $322,832 Davidson College (N.C.) $293,618 Oberlin College (Ohio) $289,512 Denison University (Ohio) $287,088 DEPAUW UNIVERSITY (Ind.) $240,369 Sewanee - The University of the South (Tenn.) $197,049 Kenyon College (Ohio) $117,714
0 $100K $200K $300K $400K

$1,150,165 $1,094,467 $471,703

$500K

$600K

$700K

$800K

$900K

$1M

$2M

(DATA IS TAKEN FROM THE 2007 NACUBO ENDOWMENT STUDY.)

DePauw’s total endowment, valued at $544.8 million as of June 30, 2008, is a critical element in the university’s ability to achieve its educational mission. The endowment provides a permanent source of funding to support student scholarships and enhance the academic programs of the university. Along with tuition and gifts to the Annual Fund, endowment income provides a major source of funding for DePauw’s annual budget. However, comparing the endowment per student (a measure used to compare schools of different sizes), DePauw falls below many of our peer schools. The continued steady growth of DePauw’s endowment reflects its competitiveness in relation to other high quality peer institutions.

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AnnuAL HOnOR ROLL of DOnORS
David L. Stonehill Mary Daugherty Thomas Ann Johnson Tudor Margaret Warne Vail Sallie Jarrell Wade Janet Case Wandrey Janice Wickersham Welty Barbara Smith Whitney Thomas S. Winks Ann Thompson Wonderly Barbara Kenagy Wood nancy Cox Wright Carolyn Duncan Young GIFTS IN MEMORY OF John K. Buckner Donna Stillwell Clapp Ellen Bockman Cleveland neal A. Cochran Ralph R. Edminster John McClendon Mary Stotz McGookey Mary Scharf Miller SPECIAL GIFTS Robert n. Davies Carolyn T. Jones Marilyn Hansen Lancaster Thomas A. Lancaster Carol Leopold Murad Ferid Murad Janet W. Prindle Walter W. Sampson, Jr. Sharon Williams ubben Timothy H. ubben OTHER GIFTS Joseph R. Flummerfelt Emily Hooton Hamilton Douglas A. Holmes George A. Morgan, Jr. Carolyn Humbert Rasmussen Benjamin W. Sharp Carlton B. Stringfellow Joellen McFarland Stringfellow Edward L. unterberg LEGACY GIFTS Robert L. Erickson Sharon Williams ubben Timothy H. ubben Sue Strickland Hirschman John S. Kemper Susanne Proud Kroeger Phillip A. Livengood Ronald L. Longnecker James S. McElwain Ruth Eichelman McElwain Elizabeth Beldon Meyer Rachel Hampton Park Barbara Baxter Schipper Larry L. Smiley R. Larry Thomas Barbara Griffiths Walters ANNUAL FUND: $118,696 DONORS: 190 PARTICIPATION: 52% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Joseph P. Allen IV Andrew J. Paine, Jr. OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Joan Austin Goodwin Harry C. Meyers ◆ Robert B. Wessling CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ William V. Blake III Charles C. Boyer J. Baird Davis Barbara Bieser Deater dec Ralph E. Deater Rita Luther Erickson ◆ Paul D. Frederickson Earl T. Herzog, Jr. ◆ John S. Kemper Carol Koock Krueger ◆ Elizabeth Beldon Meyer nancy Lendrum Modzelewski Jerry A. Morgan Whitney Fearer Morrill Nancy Spier Null Carolyn Hostetter Smith Richard A. Thomas John L. Trimpe, Jr. Charles H. Watson Rosanne nelson Watson John P. Williams Mary Walbaum Williams FOUNDERS CIRCLE Carol Woodley Agner William R. Allred ◆ Alberta Matzke Buckman Gay Burkhart William M. Cockrum Janet Jeffries Davidson Robert W. Evans Robert P. Godwin Richard B. Hinely ◆ Sue Strickland Hirschman Charles G. Huizenga Carol Risk Lankton Roger E. Legg ◆ Phillip A. Livengood ◆ C. Sumpter Logan ◆ Ronald L. Longnecker ◆ Jayne Kuebler Lund Patricia Kuhns McCormick Sharon Havlik Parker ◆ Frances Bagby Ray Virginia Risser-Logan Frank L. Schneider Barbara Lindley Schrier ◆ Donna Stewart Spackman ◆ Thomas J. Spackman George B. Williams PATRONS CIRCLE ◆ Marcia Barron Ames Eileen Matthews Barfknecht ◆ Elizabeth Oxnam Cullen ◆ Rae Lahti Donnelly Janet Barton Dring Patricia Williams French Allan W. Grundstrom Ann Egbert Grundstrom Mary Morgan Halfmann Carol Combs Hannah Jane Roehr Hughes Elizabeth Harvey Kraft Thomas E. Lilly Harry W. McLaughlin Gary K. McWilliams Charles E. Racine Mary Thompson Regenhardt ◆ Larry L. Smiley 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 Carol Sutor Branson Suzanne McMakin Brown ◆ Richard G. Bruehl Helen Rendlesham Burg dec Joanne Gits Burnham ◆ Gayle L. Byers Douglas R. Cahill Janice Rugee Carlson R. James Current Willis H. Davis Howard W. Doster Joanne Dehollander Downs Jerry J. Evans Fred B. Fisher Jane Zehr Foskett Leslie C. Glaser W. Philip Gray Gerald H. Gruber ◆ Thelma Hunter Harkness-Thompson ◆ James R. Hartzer Marilyn Brier Hewitt Dianna Pohl Hoag Susan Crabb Johnson Robert S. Julian Kenneth L. Kirk J. Robert Knott David V. Koch ◆ Susanne Proud Kroeger Sally Shield Lange Robert P. Little Susan Stirling Little ◆ James S. McElwain ◆ Ruth Eichelman McElwain Judith Hull Messick George M. Mestousis David G. Milne Sonya Jones Nicely Jack E. Priser William R. Prosser Allen W. Ratcliffe Loretta Zorn Rolston Larry L. Rose ◆ Barbara Baxter Schipper Kendall K. Slusher Charles J. Smidl Roy T. Smith Alice Trickey Swiatek Ann ugland Troha Max A. Tudor Jean Ebsen Vail Ellyn Vyhnalek Walker W. Allan Walker ◆ Barbara Griffiths Walters Sue Saeman Wheeler Wilma neuman Whitaker ◆ Richard H. Whited James W. Wood nancy Fitzgerald Zalewski CONTRIBUTORS David A. Adams Beverley Johnson Atkins Gretchen Frank Beal James A. Bennett Susan Stimson Brewer James S. Briggs Judith Hager Bryan Thomas R. Campbell Linda Sunkel Chittick Herbert A. Crede David A. Crocker Claire Heywood Dietz George T. Dodd C. Brooks Dodson Ralph H. Dude Kathryn McClugage Duncan Susan Dorrance Dykstra Sarah Bush Gladden William K. Gros Deanna Worl Haslem Mary Ave Heery Joe L. Holsen Hilda Huffman Hudelson Shirley Pimlott Jay James E. Johanson Joyce Wolma Johnson Arnold Jones, Jr. Joanne Riechers Kanolis Charlotte Todd Linge nancy Turner Murphy Richard C. Murphy ◆ Robert M. newburn James A. O’Brien Susan Waldo Peine Mary Noll Piller David E. Reberg Jane Morris Rebild Vivian usher Ripley Jeanette Fletcher Robertson Barbara Beaman Rudolph Paula Rutili Gail Van Epps Schaberg Inghvid Ramstad Scheible Sarah Mead Schneider Patricia Foley Siddiq Sara Howson Stavola Barbara Bretzman Stokes Phyllis Brooks Taylor David A. uhrick Noel Wyandt Vaughn Wesley M. Vietzke David M. Woods Joyce Bittner Wylie GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Barbara Bieser Deater SPECIAL GIFTS Joseph P. Allen IV Robert W. Evans Robert B. Wessling OTHER GIFTS nancy Spier null LEGACY GIFTS Anonymous Andrew J. Paine, Jr. Donna Stewart Spackman Thomas J. Spackman Gerald L. Wingate

1960

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Linda Brainard Lewis Robert L. Mitchell ANNUAL FUND: $99,622 DONORS: 169 PARTICIPATION: 53% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Robert J. Darnall PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Jane Medaris Paine OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Robert C. Canfield ◆ Robert L. Mitchell Sandra Major Wiese CHARTER CIRCLE** John M. Cassady Lawrence W. Clarkson Donald H. Driemeier Robert W. Gibson John S. Goetcheus Nancy Grant Harvey Virginia Cooling Hollett Margaret McElwain Kemper Judith McNew Kiely Brenda Enmeier Stiers Thomas L. Stiers FOUNDERS CIRCLE Cheng Lok Chua Paul T. Cochran Vera Ferris Dowell Robert J. Fauth II James B. Fleece Karen Hoven Fleece Elizabeth Feigel Gillum Ronald L. Gillum Patricia Zwickel Godwin Margaret Gladden Hermann Linda Link Huff A. Jeanne LaDuke Phyllis C. Leppert ◆ Linda Brainard Lewis Judith Gardner Livengood William D. Naftzger Robert B. Packer Sandra Walter Poynter Thomas M. Robertson Kenneth R. Todd Tom H. West PATRONS CIRCLE Richard A. Ames Bert Anson III William H. Egley Samuel V. Fix Richard F. Helfrich Michael A. Herrell Dorothy Lockwood Jamison Cynda Bayliff Kehl Robert R. Lee Doris Taylor Maxwell David W. Pomeroy Marilyn Miller Schmid Patricia Fogle Wallace Gary L. Wegenke BUILDERS CIRCLE Todd E. Anderson Carol Holmes Bigley Frederick L. Black III Beth Bogie Barbara Nelson Bracey Margaret Verhulst Bradford James A. Braunsdorf Craig B. Campbell

William F. Campbell James A. Carlson Jean McCalister Clifford D. Sidney Condit Marilyn Meyer DiLoreto Arthur L. Dillard William M. Dugan, Jr. Cecelia Casada Emery Lenora Mann Fossum Margo Milling Foster 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 Walter W. Jolly Marjorie Moore Julian Thomas W. Keene Carolyn Phillips Leath James E. Leath Roger W. Martens Celia Wilson Mehaffey Joyce Mendenhall Moore Larry G. Moore Peter C. Mountz Ronnie J. Noble Judith Laadt O’Dell Marlene Josephson Pawlowski Elsie Weikert Priser Ann Phillips Prosser Larry E. Sayre David L. Schmalz Helen Lockhart Smiley Richard H. Tomey Margaret Brown Wagoner Thomas J. Walker Sharon Stallings Watson Sonja Nay Wise Arlene Calkins Zachritz CONTRIBUTORS Alice Day Applegate Mary Montgomery Beebe Richard M. Bobb Ronald W. Boehlke Dorothy Adams Bridges Jill Dudley Brody Beverly Fernwood Burgess Kathryn Herath Burkhart George P. Campbell Bruce L. Carlson Sharon Mallough Clarkson Eloise Eskew Coffey Jane Garber Collins Philip J. Conklin Mary Bottrell Cowie Terry A. Cromwell Edward K. Crossman John E. Crum Marian Mitchell Davidson Claudia Melby Deasy Ann Fisher Doerr Patricia Deering Doten Janet Schroeder Ellsworth Frederick C. Feth Jacquelyn Cowan Fike Bonnie Tall Gauger Helen DeLong Gilbert Joseph S. Goddard, Jr. John B. Gregg Sandra McClelland Grimes Janet S. Hamilton Martha Snavely Hardman Ronald L. Hardman

1959

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: William V. Blake III Alberta Matzke Buckman Gayle L. Byers Rae Lahti Donnelly Thelma Hunter Harkness-Thompson James R. Hartzer C. Sumpter Logan Jayne Kuebler Lund Carol unterberg Merriam Robert M. newburn Donna Stewart Spackman Thomas J. Spackman Phyllis Brooks Taylor Richard H. Whited REUNION COMMITTEE: Eileen Matthews Barfknecht Richard G. Bruehl Elizabeth Oxnam Cullen Paul D. Frederickson Joan Austin Goodwin Allan W. Grundstrom Barbara Herrick Hill

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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
Gloria Reichenbach Hill Martha Jarvis Virginia Walsh Knight Carol Mead LaBorde Judeth Kropp Macdonald Deanna Goodrich McMain Joyce Mix Meister Phillip L. Mow Barbara Prescott Mueller Marcia Rothweiler Norman Katrina Longenecker nummela John B. Olson Robert M. Oswalt Meredith Towner Palmer Russell M. Pelton, Jr. Donald K. Rich Jane C. Rininger Barry G. Roberts Lynn A. Schreiber John W. Slater III J. Kenneth Smail Anne Austin Smith Patricia Harmison Stanbery Maryan Bauer Tebbutt Margaret Stahl Tomlin Thomas H. Waltz Elizabeth Prunty Weber Malinda Bowman Wells nancy Farnham Wickenhauser nancy Rodgers Wilkens Lucy Freehafer Wold Ronald M. Zochalski SPECIAL GIFTS Rance E. Crain John G. Hurley Virginia Walsh Knight Sharon Stallings Watson OTHER GIFTS Jean McCalister Clifford Kathryn Kendrick Cofield nancee Burkett Dickson Kenneth R. Todd LEGACY GIFTS Jane Medaris Paine Sandra Ohley Wingate 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 dec Mary Hardy Turner FOUNDERS CIRCLE Nancy Oviatt Erkkila Sally Lewis Frohring Elaine Bertram Larkin Ellis K. Locher, Jr. Linda Ware Logan Joan Jackson Lucky George A. Mendenhall Katherine Kemp Mendenhall G. Max Poynter W. Wyatt Rauch Marilyn Gerrard Ribbe Dorothy Boyd Richards William S. Richards Richard L. Schaefer Alice Stout Sherman Jo Eggers Todd Melissa Watson Walker Walter E. Wells Pamela Parkhill Wilson Peter B. Work PATRONS CIRCLE David T. Allen Robert C. Barnes Dorothea Gother Barsness Sidney J. Baxendale John W. Busey Bonnie Cole Dawson Thomas E. Evans James M. Force Elisabeth Harper Hartung Barbara Babcock Hawes Virginia Hale Helfrich Joyce Jones Herbert John B. Holdeman Clifton L. Holmes David W. Holty Jane Striebeck Holty Mary Steinmetz Hunsberger Roger W. Ireson Richard R. Patterson Sarah Neely Patterson Jeanne Decosted Pittman Ellen Rosselot Schneider Erika Esser Shorney Sally Adams Urban ◆ Jo Misselhorn Usher Michael M. Webb BUILDERS CIRCLE Carol Shauman Alaimo Thomas R. Anderson John T. Ayers Lynn Maish Babcock Peter G. Barclay Otto K. Behrens, Jr. Susan Cheney Bell George W. Belsey III Phyllis Blair Belsey 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 Jonathan D. Cryer

Gifts at Work

Carrying on a tradition: teaching organ at DePauw
Carla G. Edwards has an unusual object in her office for a professor – a pipe organ. For Edwards – professor of music, university organist and associate dean for the School of Music – it is a vital part of her life and work. Carrying on a long and proud tradition of organ education at DePauw, Edwards takes great pride in her work and in her students. Edwards, who holds the Cassel Grubb university Professorship, endowed by Gary P. Drew ’61 and Sandra Aldrich Drew ’62, arrived at DePauw in 1988. Her crowning achievement during this two-decade tenure has been helping to bring the J. Stanford Smith Concert Organ to campus. Built through a gift from the family of former Rector Scholar J. Stanford Smith ’36, the organ is a world-class instrument, and Edwards participated in its arrival on campus from beginning to end. She took an active part in the planning committee, visited the workshop near Montreal where the organ was being constructed in painstaking detail, and oversaw its installation in Kresge Auditorium day in and day out until its dedication in 2003. More than an attractive console on the Kresge stage, the Smith Organ is a complex labyrinth of billows, frameworks and pipes, lovingly built by master craftsmen. The art and craft of making such an organ create beautiful music is being taught with just as much care and dedication by Edwards, ensuring that an important tradition lives on.
William J. Darosett James W. DeArmond Caroline Adair Dimmers Ellen Combs Donovan Ann Carper Dugan H. Leslie Ericson Thomas N. Ertel Kathleen Vietzke Evans Eiji Ezoe Carol Hack Fitzgerald Charles H. Flatter James W. Gladden, Jr. June Higgins Glaser Judith Sutphin Grady Eleanor northrop Hall Janet Bloxsome Harmening Louis W. Harmening, Jr. John W. Hatcher Nancy Lassman Hecht James W. Herrick Karl Y. Hostetler Rebecca Johnston Howard Joan Furlong Huisinga Helen Gloyd Johnstone Charles D. Kenyon Marcia Borst Klenbort James W. Krider Elizabeth Herrick LeTerneau James E. Lewis Mary Spencer Lyman Merrill M. Main Patricia Thoma Mallers Charles W. McConnell nancy Hackler McConnell Jan K. Merder Rosemary Lobraico Metzger Delbert L. Michel Sara Sare Michel George P. Mitru Sarah Barnett Moore nancy L. Peterson Elizabeth Doeller Radcliff Frances Wagner Rehm Sara Copeland Reynolds David L. Rickard Barbara A. Ringley David M. Roeder Orrin M. Rose Lynn Rezek Rule Ned P. Rule Elizabeth Pool Rupert David B. Sarver nancy Zark Sayre Nan Collins Shively Lucy Brown Sloan Thomas R. Smith Jon W. Tolle Barbara Kingman Toohey Lynette Orwig Wile James T. Winton Musette Ryan Winton Sandra McDermond Wood David G. Yahnke Marilyn Rist Yahnke CONTRIBUTORS Martha Schellhase Alexakos Karen Jones Anderson Anonymous Karen Jenkinson Barnes John R. Beaty Joann Mosbaugh Bobb Betty Garner Carroll Joyce Hopewell Cook Richard L. Daesch Frederick G. Dean Janet Allen Drum Jeanne Mahaney Eggert Norman H. Eggert Jane Morris Enzor Susan Laury Freedlund Ann Lave Getzoff nancy Todd Gilbert Perry C. Gillette, Jr. Judith Stackhouse Harris John M. Hayes Carol Rummell Hoffman Richard J. Howson Judith Whalen Hudgens Donald E. Jesseman, Jr. Julie Greek Johnson Wayne A. Kramer Hans George Kuhlmann Richard A. Loescher Martha Livingston McCoy George L. Meisenger Betty Atkins Morrison Lawrence R. Murrell Donna Maly Odar Anita Eddingfield Osborn MaryAnn Palmert Parks Edward H. Parsons Patricia Jeffries Partridge Richard A. Partridge Joe F. Pearson Patty Rader Pelton nancy Scheidt Pickens Martha Preston Carol Stoner Reagan Julia Bredall Rovics Barbara Michie Ryan Margaret Maroney Sanders Charles L. Schulze Antoinette Henricks Selsley John W. Shelly Barrett A. Smith Judith O’Dell Stanley Homer E. Stavely, Jr. Deborah Miller Stewart Patty Scherer Trantina Ann Bender Veatch norma A. Wanegar Phyllis Bloss Warren Mary Becker Weddle Barbara Collins Whatley Don L. Wills Phyllis Osborn Wolfe Sylvia Kerns Yeager GIFTS IN MEMORY OF J. McRae Thorlton SPECIAL GIFTS Bonnie Darling Allen John W. Busey Gary Paul Drew

1961

CLASS CHAIR: Jo Misselhorn usher ANNUAL FUND: $186,924 DONORS: 213 PARTICIPATION: 62% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Erik G. Nelson EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Marletta Farrier Darnall PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Bonnie Darling Allen Don R. Daseke Gary Paul Drew OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Rollin L. Clayton Michael R. Maine Judith Hanson Wessling CHARTER CIRCLE** Mary Sims Cannell Barbara Stevenson Clarkson Marilyn Stamstad Fogdall William G. Gerber

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AnnuAL HOnOR ROLL of DOnORS
Erik G. nelson Judith Hanson Wessling OTHER GIFTS Thomas F. Anderson Marjorie Colegrove Brickley David W. Clifford Jeanne Mahaney Eggert norman H. Eggert Janet Bloxsome Harmening Louis W. Harmening, Jr. Michael R. Maine John S. null Frances Wagner Rehm Elizabeth Pool Rupert Jo Eggers Todd Jo Misselhorn usher EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Mary Palmer Enroth PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Sandra Aldrich Drew Barbara E. Smith OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Stuart G. Cozzens Katherine Tweedle Fox Raymond I. Geraldson, Jr. Suzanne Bauman Maine CHARTER CIRCLE** Jane Sansome Boyer Graham C. Bryce Kay Burney Butler Rhett W. Butler ◆ George C. Lortz Saundra Fabrick MacGregor James T. McCoy Linda Bollinger McCoy ◆ Ronald L. Randall Eleanor Zimmerly Rink Lawrence D. Rink Suzanne Charbonneau Sanger John W. Taylor III Edward E. Thompson H. Russell Weller FOUNDERS CIRCLE Robert L. Chreist Roger R. Fross Donald B. Gardiner G. Richard Geier, Jr. Mary Ann Goetcheus William W. Graham Edris Baily Hoover James R. Kuehl Lynn Grainger Locher Bonnie Gardner Molloy Richard H. Reitz J. Wayne Russell L. Alan Winslow PATRONS CIRCLE Sharon Early Atherton Joel M. Blumberg Gerald D. Capoot, Jr. Robert R. Carter Charles S. Combs Virginia nelson Combs Thomas O. Dawson Don C. Erman Bette Alexander Erxleben Walter O. Erxleben, Jr. Ivan D. Floyd John W. Hare Lynda Bayliff Huey Linda Martin Katula Joe C. Leonard Garry S. Moore Sarah Carroll Neeb Arthur G. nevins Robert C. nordvall Margaret Kleine Rush Joseph L. Sanders George L. Stubbs, Jr. BUILDERS CIRCLE Frederick V. Bales Kennard B. Bork Dorothy Young Campbell John B. Childers Phoebe Capron Clark Ellen Myers Clippinger Dean L. Cook Patricia Murphy DeArmond Knox D. Divoll James B. Drew Joan Pabst Dubanoski Carolyn Hungness Dunlap L. Garrett Dutton, Jr. Katherine Rippey Duval Stephen W. Fischer Lloyd E. Flanders III Susan Harvey Flanders Walter R. Foltz Carole Battey Frobes D. Bruce Frobes James D. Graham Virginia Van Kirk Gray Fred L. Hanley Marilyn Miller Holmes Alan J. Hutchinson Edward W. Johnson Patricia Hansen Johnson John A. Kellogg Karen Luther Koos Vicky Lanzone Krider David L. Landsittel Jon P. Larrick James E. Lashley James R. Leckie Nancy Tregenza Little Susanna Matthews Marcos Patricia Tinthoff Mayberry Douglas McLaren Judith Williams McLaren Lucinda Blitz Moody Robert B. nelson John B. noll Geraldine Primich Pigott Jean Ferguson Ramsey Kay Theobald Reissing Kathleen A. Reynolds Frederick O. Roberts Elizabeth Martin Rodgers James N. Ross, Jr. Marcia Collins Ross Phyllis Kelly Russell G. David Schiering Elizabeth Geider Selmier Carol Korver Simecek Gail Jurgens Smith nancy Welty Spiegel Martha Taylor Sutton Donald C. Swanson Eleanor Davis Tener J. Ronald Terry Barbara Ehni Van Luven Robert T. Whetzel Sherri Brown Whetzel Diane McDonald White CONTRIBUTORS Susan Bondurant Arnold John C. Baumgartner Joan McBain Bennett Ann Olson Bogardus Linda Kissell Browne Judy Jenney Busby Joyce Suess Cailor Jane Hirschberg Chandra Robert P. Cly Doris J. Conway David G. Cserep Lynn Fishbeck DeHahn Ellen Dix Dungan Carol Olson Emens Karen St. Vincent Erickson Richard L. Fairchild Nancy Horner Fischer Susan Bradley Fitch Joan Vosbrink Geel norma Garlinger Godshall Jennifer Sanger Griffin Philip B. Groebe Marilyn Kitchen Halteman Daniel R. Hardt Miriam Guth Hein Maurine Kelber Kelly Pauline Paddock Larson Jo Ankeny Lindamood Jayne Galliher Mann Terry L. McCoy Barbara Weber Mcneely Jill Galbraith Meider Michael K. Mercer Douglas B. Oler Susan MacVay Orlosky Barbara Williamson Pack nancy Jones Parsons Jo Evans Pasvolsky Rebecca Riemer Pem Howard M. Roob Trully Thompson Safrit Lucinn Thomas Sams John C. Soderstrom Clare Johnson Swanson Judy Hoyt Taylor Stephen L. Weber Carol Herriott Woloson James P. Zerface SPECIAL GIFTS Sandra Aldrich Drew OTHER GIFTS James D. Graham Kathryn Gloger Liebschutz George C. Lortz Suzanne Bauman Maine LEGACY GIFTS Barbara E. Smith

1962

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: George C. Lortz Ronald L. Randall ANNUAL FUND: $119,824 DONORS: 169 PARTICIPATION: 47%

Annual Fund Gift at Work

Faculty fellowship brings professor closer to works of popular novelist
“What drives people to read a 20-volume set of novels? How do you write stories that can attract that kind of loyalty in your readers?” Such are the questions that have driven Michael L. Sinowitz, associate professor of English, to study the novels of Patrick O’Brian (1914-2000). O’Brian’s 20-volume set of novels about the Royal navy during the napoleonic wars (such as 1969’s Master and Commander) have gained a loyal readership. Sinowitz wanted to find out why, as well as how the author researched his subject matter and executed such vivid novels. Through the Jane Eklund Anderson ’65 Faculty Fellowship, Sinowitz had the time to devote to such research – research he has since brought back into the classroom. First, Sinowitz re-read all 20 novels, taking more than 100 pages of single-spaced notes. He then delved into related literature to help him understand, for instance, the background behind one character’s laudanum addiction. At Indiana university in Bloomington, Sinowitz studied O’Brian’s collected personal papers, poring over original notes and drafts. Finally, he wrote about his findings. His work is now a book-length draft about O’Brian’s treatment of and interest in physical human bodies throughout the Aubrey/Maturin series. “The Anderson Faculty Fellowship was very helpful. Faculty members put a lot of drive into their teaching, and without such opportunities, we can’t do much other research.” As writing coordinator for the university, Sinowitz’s research not only adds to the body of knowledge, but also to DePauw’s student body as well.
Report of gifts received July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008.

1963

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Philip n. Eskew, Jr. Ev Whaley LaFollette REUNION COMMITTEE: James R. Adams Lee Livingston Arend Carol Ledford Barrett Elizabeth Graham Belden Dan R. Blunt Anne Husted Burleigh Guy A. Carter Jack P. Cittadine nancy Phillips Darosett Evelyn Stone Dawson David M. Dirks nancy Lewis Haswell Judith Warren Heaps Luanne Davis Heckerman Joseph W. Hirtzer, Jr. Richard G. Kline Carolyn Watson Kruger Peter M. Layden Alanson H. Mabry Suzanne Gill Marty Thomas A. McElhaney Stephen D. Morrison Richard W. Pell Susanna Kenyon Phillips Sarah Marks Richards Dorothy Cox Sweet Saundra Lawson Taylor Carole Goins Thomas Michael H. Thomas Kathleen Spangler Vashaw Joe F. Volkman ANNUAL FUND: $88,843 DONORS: 232 PARTICIPATION: 59% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Anne Husted Burleigh

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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
R. Glen Mayfield Bayard H. Walters CHARTER CIRCLE** Karen Koning Abu Zayd Kathy Bloom Davis J. Kent Flummerfelt Robert E. Heller ◆ Ev Whaley LaFollette Rebecca Watts Lortz ◆ Sarah Marks Richards Jane Turk Schlansker Marilyn Muse Thompson Barbara Wells Wilkinson Steven V. Wilkinson FOUNDERS CIRCLE ◆ Lee Livingston Arend ◆ Jack P. Cittadine Harold A. Deadman, Jr. William G. Deadman Henry A. Deering ◆ Philip n. Eskew, Jr. George B. Fromhold ◆ Nancy Lewis Haswell ◆ Judith Warren Heaps Jane Cockerill Hunt Mary Libby Hunt James A. Kayler David A. Leighty Jerry D. McCoy Virginia Cox McCoy Sally Terry Morris Mary Kilborn Musgrave John B. Parks ◆ Richard W. Pell Luis C. Pi-Sunyer Lawrence A. Ratcliffe Catharine Pierson Reitz Sharon Tarplee Rutan George C. Sonnichsen David E. Stahly Barbara Owen Volkman ◆ Joe F. Volkman PATRONS CIRCLE Marcia Pritchard Alig ◆ Carol Ledford Barrett Robert W. Bluhm ◆ Guy A. Carter John P. Dailey James W. Davidson Judson W. Detrick ◆ David M. Dirks Garth n. Edwards Jennifer Ross Edwards Helen Gerber Grayson J. Thomas Grayson John W. Guy Dian Alfrey Holdeman Judith Marsh Ireson ◆ Peter M. Layden Mary Headley Lowe C. Alan Marsh Judith neal Milner Wynne Niles Milner Emily B. Morgan John M. Musgrave James B. Nelson Sarah Humbert nevins Robert Kurt nicewander Martha Stutsman Oman William E. Shields Mary Price Swain ◆ Dorothy Cox Sweet Sallie Reid Tasto Robert E. Van Metre ◆ Kathleen Spangler Vashaw Ann Wilkinson Judith Holden Wright BUILDERS CIRCLE ◆ James R. Adams Louise Quinn Ashbaugh ◆ Elizabeth Graham Belden Marcia Oonk Bennett Carol Stinemetz Bodinson Edwin E. Boldrey Katherine Odell Bork Susan Day Brattain Robert F. Brown Judith Staebler Bushouse David A. Butcher Virginia Jackson Claar Barbara Reiners Constance Curtis J. Corcoran Constance Malm Cripe Michael J. Cripe ◆ nancy Phillips Darosett ◆ Evelyn Stone Dawson David R. Dent Marcia Tuckey Dorfman Dennis C. Drury Peter R. Egbert John T. Elliff Bonnie Oeler Fields Mary McKenna Foote Beverly Close Forslund Robert H. Fuller Caren Campbell Gardner David R. Gardner Libby Geier Judith Gough Gifford Rod Goodwin Carol Fisher Graham William E. Green Rita E. Hagmeyer R. Michael Hall Stanley Hamilton ◆ Joseph W. Hirtzer, Jr. Charles A. Jarvis Laura Rasmussen Jolly John L. Kendall Diane Lombard Kinkade William G. Kinkade Beret Carlson Kischner Russel L. Koos Donald E. Kreider Phyllis Ernst Kreider ◆ Carolyn Watson Kruger Barbara Boots Lawson ◆ Alanson H. Mabry Robert D. Mann Susan Wegman Manning nancy Thieme Mast Jacqueline Faust McDowell ◆ Thomas A. McElhaney Charles H. McFall Linda Kuonen Medlock Joy Buckner Merder Irene Kinzer Milliken Eleanor Putnam Mitchell T. Kent Mitchell, Jr. William J. Mitchell Maxine Blue noll Carolyn Bohannon Oelke T. Stephen Phillips Dennis A. Priser Marilyn Mead Priser Nancy Markham Ragatz Margot McIver Reichert Stephen M. Reim Karen West Reiman John R. Rhode Michael L. Roach Susanne Ardery Roeder William M. Schwein, Jr. Beverley Barnes Scott William W. Shilts Penelope Simison Beryl Ramsay Smith Carroll Brown Stewart Thomas D. Stewart David R. Sturges ◆ Saundra Lawson Taylor ◆ Carole Goins Thomas ◆ Michael H. Thomas John F. Throckmorton Jeanne M. Tibbles Richard L. Waldron David L. Williams Patricia Dunn Williams Julia Nisbet Wilson Carol Smith Witherell Marilyn J. Wolfe Patricia Gates Younger James L. Zurcher Patricia See Zurcher CONTRIBUTORS Anonymous Barbara Smith Banker Nancy Barton Bavisotto Cynthia Wattenberg Berg Jane E. Bittner ◆ Dan R. Blunt Ann Work Borger Ellen Mayfield Bottomley John R. Bradbury Dana Gillham Brewer Martha Jeanie Brown Alice Yant Browning Constance Aikman Caldwell Sue Hitz Chaille James R. Collins Cathren Boxell Cook Karen Waigand Davis William W. Dillingham Allen J. Dowd Margaret Hendrick Dowd Elizabeth Baldridge Drucker Mary Greenawalt Dunbar Charlotte Gruver Getz Carole Henderson Green David E. Greer Stephen L. Haines James A. Harvey Linda Lee Haynie Janet Friedl Heap Susan Trimble Henderson Cynthia Glass Henk Patricia Herrell Hentze Hope Hommersand-Bell Robert W. Johnson Sherrin Seabolt Kraus David E. Lenz ◆ Suzanne Gill Marty Judith Hotz Massa Kathleen Jones Mattox F. William McCarty Susan Webster McGimpsey James E. Miller Patricia Scott Monahan Marjorie Lewis Moore Katherine Sauer needham Morgan J. Ordman Barbara Kemp Owens ◆ Susanna Kenyon Phillips Jane Hovde Price Nancy Doup Reed Mary Hawkins Rendleman Thomas M. Roy Barbara Beadles Shapiro Chadda Chapman Shelly Margaret Titus Simon Linette Osborn Stenberg Stephen H. Stout Charles A. Swannell Richard M. Weddle Gail Gamble Wiltse SPECIAL GIFTS Henry A. Deering OTHER GIFTS Carol Fisher Graham Rebecca Watts Lortz Robert E. Van Metre Robert G. Lehnen M. Alan Lish, Jr. Thomas O. Magan J. Dennis Marek Thomas E. Mueller Portia Mutschler Musgrave David W. Neeb Donald G. Schilling Katherine Herkner Shaffer Carol Powell Shields P. David Waller, Jr. BUILDERS CIRCLE Janet S. Anderson Anne Lawson Beatty Walter W. Beatty, Jr. Kathryn Gloin Betley J. Curtis Blang Randall L. Braddom Elizabeth McMahon Brengelman Alan R. Brill Katherine Ault Brunkow Irene Sparks Carr Philip M. Caughran Judith Diehl Chandler Karen Keppel Chappell J. Eric Christman David A. Claar Susan Correll Cook Gordon K. Costley Stephen E. Davis David P. DeSelm Daniel C. Dillon Carolyn Eskew-Farrell Janis Vernon Foster Bruce A. Gastineau Charles W. Greenlee David W. Haines Kathrine Harris Hauck Philip C. Hauck Charles A. Herrick Shirley Unruh Herrick Lawrence Bruce Huston, Jr. Robert E. Hutto Stuart E. Jenkins Kathryn Saxton Jerz David C. Kingsley Karen L. Kish Robert G. Kissell, Jr. Michael W. Laukitis Richard G. Lubman Polly Lindsay Macpherson Thomas E. Maron Donald B. Moser Roger B. Nelsen Thomas W. Orcutt Bruce F. Osborne Marilyn Schaaf Owen Pamela Fuller Rawles Nancy Lyman Repp Andrew n. Rice Thomas F. Sandblom Diane Black Seebass Paul M. Shimer Stephanie Smith Linda G. Sprankle Steven A. Spreen Vincent C. Stauffer Judith Huffman Taft R. Stephen Tegarden Darle Eichler Tilly Robert L. Tilly Susan Cook Waldron Carolyn Smith Weimar Robert A. Wells Dorn W. Younger CONTRIBUTORS Rebecca Katchka Acklin James L. Andrew Nancy Andreae Andrew Susan Kay Arndt nancy Williams Auran Bonnie L. Austin Phyllis Stormont Blunt Julianne Schwegel Brawner Howard L. Bull James W. Burton Bruce A. Campbell Jan L. Chalfant John L. Chesterfield David A. Child Steven n. Conrad neil D. Cowling Rosalind Rogge Dandrea Judy Hartline Elbring William K. Elbring Carolyn Miles Fermann Jean Lusk Forsythe Ruth Mead Friday David W. Garrett Kenneth J. Garry, Jr. Martha Hawkes Germain Frank L. Green James A. Hallmann Jon S. Halstead James A. Harmon Roma Williams Hess nancy Maxeiner Joist Mary Hunter Jones Susan Bicket Jones Rachel Whitesel Jordan Elizabeth Rothfus Lenz Carol Lawrence Light Molly Williams Loeser John L. Mabry Margery Miller Macey David L. Magnuson Carmel J. Mazzocco Katherine Mosley Mills S. Michael Moore Stanley C. Moses Susan K. nelson Barbara Thelen newell David C. O’Harra Donald M. Olson Patricia Howell Papero George R. Rehnquist Nancy Eppert Sampson Garnet Schafer William R. Sheahan Sidney H. Showalter II Kenneth H. Smith Karen Swope Maureen Sullivan Taylor Rollin E. Thompson Jay W. Troyka Judith Holman Waldner Carolyn Elsler White GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Kirby W. Bay Katherine Booz Molander GIFTS IN HONOR OF Katherine Booz Molander SPECIAL GIFTS Thomas R. Gibson John F. Meyers Sally Zoller Meyers James G. Stewart OTHER GIFTS Karen Keppel Chappell Mark E. English Robert B. Harding Jack Steele

1964

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Mark E. English Maxine May Hubbard ANNUAL FUND: $136,627 DONORS: 186 PARTICIPATION: 44% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Sally Smith Robbins Lee E. Tenzer PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** James G. Stewart OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Charles A. Adams Linda Howell Adams Susan Schacht Hagaman CHARTER CIRCLE** David T. Barker Morris B. Dodd ◆ Mark E. English Frederick S. Gass Thomas R. Gibson Vernon O. Hamilton, Jr. K. Larry Hastie Ruth Gordon Hastie Clarke L. Hayes Virginia Keim Hayes ◆ Maxine May Hubbard Joseph E. Walsmith FOUNDERS CIRCLE Robert A. Bender Philip L. Carson Susan Weeks Carson Roxana Carrick Deadman Carl R. Doran Kathryn Jahnel Doran Charles W. Fetter, Jr. Janet Seaman Fromhold Marjorie Willett Glenn James W. Godwin David E. Hall James A. Heckler Diane Engel Johnson John F. Kent, Jr. Catherine Duncan Kress Dinah Eggers Mannlein Michael D. McClure Mary Swensrud McCoy Kenneth B. McCoy, Jr. R. Griffith McDonald Elizabeth Macy Oates Julia Scholz Proctor Karen Good Stahly PATRONS CIRCLE David B. Bills Thomas A. Bond Elmer P. Brestan Lauren R. Brown Sarah Warner Carter Susan Moore Davidson William H. Ellis Marilyn Sanders Ferguson James P. Heineman Susan Allen Heineman

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AnnuAL HOnOR ROLL of DOnORS
1965
CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Bronson C. Davis Jeffrey E. Lortz ANNUAL FUND: $87,299 DONORS: 164 PARTICIPATION: 43% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Jane Eklund Anderson Melinda Paine Geraldson Kathryn Murvin Morse Peter A. Morse Thomas S. Porter Elizabeth Young Zimmerman CHARTER CIRCLE** George H. Belhobek Joseph H. Danks ◆ Bronson C. Davis Gordon B. Finley, Jr. Patricia Boynton Frey Valerie Watson Hamilton Sarah Roberts Houghland Tim B. Hunter Robert W. Lloyd III Gerald A. Ostermann Edward G. Schussler Sharon Gierach Schussler Joseph R. Sims Susan Scully Walsmith Stuart W. Young Mary Benson Zink FOUNDERS CIRCLE Arnold E. Berney Thomas R. Bollinger Bruce J. BonDurant Carolyn Van Epps Brookmeyer Karen McDevitt Casey Helen Boardman Duncan Richard B. Ferrell Katherine Hays Fox Keith A. Gossard Elizabeth Gross Holland Robert B. Holland Roger S. Hunt Larry R. Morrison Nancy Mueller Morrison Clark Orr Glenn R. Silcott, Jr. Margaret Seaman Spikerman Judith Fawks Terry PATRONS CIRCLE John V. Barnett, Jr. William F. Bennett Beryl Bobinette Bills Mercedes M. Condy Martha Jackson Fisher C. Vinton Hoey, Jr. Virginia Dirks Krauss Marjorie Self Lee Robert L. Lee Jeffrey A. Leinicke George H. Libman T. Barrett Lindsey ◆ Jeffrey E. Lortz Jerry J. Roberts William T. Shaffer, Jr. BUILDERS CIRCLE Alice Tuttle Argo Sharon Latham Beck Robert J. Bolas Ellen Lavette Brouwers David L. Callies Jane McCann Carlson David L. Casey L. Terry Chappell William E. Decker Catherine Hash Dillon John A. Drees Robert H. Gardner Hedy Bryant Garlock Patricia Fischer Geldard David W. Gilbert Sarah McCall Grant John C. Harbottle Katherine M. Hart Craig R. Hassler William C. Hauber Ronald C. Heaton Cecelia Helwig Hilgert C. Curtis Holmes Jane Smith Hughes Bruce W. Jeffreys Margaret Tucker Key Walter B. A. Knight P. Jayne Lebsack Earl R. Liebich William C. Marlatt James R. Martin Joseph J. B. Martin Ann MacLean Massie John P. McCormick Linda Mitchell Miller Colleen Riley naftzger Walter L. naftzger Susan Priess Norris George E. Page Sallie Fisher Papenfuse Michael D. Peyton B. Michael Pisani Raymond G. Prata David T. Prosser, Jr. Carol Stoner Raitzer Alexander L. Rogers L. Brown Sanders William E. Schulz III Roger A. Soderdahl Gordon L. Stanfield Michael W. Street Marlys Johnson Swanson Wendy DeWitt Taylor Barbara Kormos Tegarden Mary Wylie Thauvette Judith Osterland Thornton Malinda Williams Wendelboe Kay Reinhart Woike John O. Zachman CONTRIBUTORS Christine Patterson Acken Mary Jensen Antibus Charles L. Beard, Jr. Charles A. Blemker Loraine Boland Pamela Johnson Davis Raymond A. Down Joseph Hunter Downs Natasha Evans Downs John W. Draper, Jr. Michael E. Fehling Patrice Hynes Garrison Mary Ewing Gosline James A. Greer, Jr. Stephanie Stanley Greer Louise Tavenner Gross Sally Hartline Harvey Scott L. Hillstrom Harry M. Joiner Kathryn Kroeger Kelly Ronald C. Kennedy Harold L. Marquardt Peter J. McIntosh R. Terry Moore Suzanne McCulloch Moore Patricia L. Murphy Mary Harrison Olson Susan Dolan Palmer Charles F. Peck Sarah Ainsworth Powley Terry L. Powley Patricia Young Pryor Melode Gifford Reinker John M. Rockwood, Jr. Lee Hilyard Schwecke Betsy Parker Schweers Fred R. Smith III John E. Snow Joan Davidson Stoneking Robert M. Stross Hampton Scott Tonk Virginia Padgett Trout Jacqueline Vincent Bruce M. Voorheis Sandra McComb Walker Judith Wanner Weaver Jane Vahle Weingartner Gary R. Wiant Ray M. Williamson Kent R. Wilton SPECIAL GIFTS Virginia Dirks Krauss William C. Marlatt LEGACY GIFTS Fred J. Bartizal, Jr. Susan Ferry Bartizal William H. Gilbert Dennis P. Himan Grace Laury Jarvis David L. Joyce Elizabeth Spangler Kuehling Sally Gifford Manion Pamela A. McCord Patricia Peckinpaugh McDonald Engrid Hitch Meng Susan Nuckols Oldfield Susan Faust Parker John D. Pidgeon David P. Rice Timothy L. Scott James B. Terry, Jr. Susan Misselhorn Woolwine Elizabeth Weidman Zuercher PATRONS CIRCLE John C. Barber Gretchen Hageman Bullock Richard F. Dennis Richard D. Gaines Frederick M. Green William S. Hamrick Lyle G. Henry Nancy Rich Herrin Wayne C. Kyhos Duncan H. Lawrie Richard J. Loeffler Michael N. Maguire James B. McIntyre Hesychios Demetrios E. Peppas Lynne Pi-Sunyer Carl P. Singer Robert T. Thoms Gail Robertson Waller BUILDERS CIRCLE Joan Michaels After Elizabeth Moe Andes Marcia Romsted Bay Linda Younts Bolas Sandra Hadley Borneman Howard L. Brockman, Jr. Phillip J. Brookins John M. Burns Charles L. Byrum James R. Clark Kathleen Conway Walden E. Dalbey Beth Hunter Dalton Tod Eberle Curtis B. Eskew Mitchell H. Farber William R. Gauch Judith Peterson Greene Melinda Herbert Greenlee Geoffrey T. Hatch Donna Walker Hawk James M. Hess Barbara Murray Hett Robert D. Hisrich Holly Hanscom Hoxie Mary Coyle Hughes Joan Eckert Jackson 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 James R. Means Philip E. Meyer Edith Leherissey Miller William C. Miller Carolyn Schrank Mugge Kenneth R. Muse Margaret McGleish Muse Alice Weyeneth O’Brien Michael F. O’Brien Susan Lager Osborne Jerry M. Owen Frederick O. Paige Pamela Lott Paige Pamela Blake Peters Richard W. Pither ◆ John L. Pogue Annette Wahl Ramos John M. Repp Philip A. Roper Douglas L. Rossiter Jane Penman Schroeder Steven D. Shattuck Doris Roesener Southerland Robert H. Springer, Jr. Cynthia Batts Summers Ina Dyer Tonkin nancy Martin Warren Lewis C. Kip Weldon, Jr. Fred n. Wendelboe Frederica Sheridan White Glenn A. White Sara Pasco Williams Ferris L. Winterberg Glenn V. Woike CONTRIBUTORS Janna Adamson Melinda McCracken Alcorn Martha J. Anderson Ann Roettig Becker Melinda Foulke Beckwith Suzanne Schurmeier Bible John A. Blake Ruth Sherman Bullock Margaret Butts Clarke Carol Hector Cornwell Carol Smith Cutler Susan Steffey Davies John M. Field Patti Mix Flanagan Raymond H. Fowles Sara Swope Garfield Jeffery A. Gough Marianne Wickersham Green Marilyn McClure Green Barbara Gustafson Gundrum William R. Hallett Patricia Henderson Franklin D. Horner John F. Houlihan Bill R. Hubble Arlene Harlow Jacobs Frank C. Jacobs Robert W. Jacobs Cheryl Sorenson Jamison Lacey nutting Kehr Edwina Challinor Kintner Mary MacMillan Korff Thomas W. Korff Robert B. Kottkamp Colby H. Kullman Ann Fairchild Lawrence Carl R. Lindberg Jane Krause newsome Judith Lee nold Herbert D. northcutt, Jr. Donna Cordes Prevedell Marjorie Rackow Reichart Virginia Myre Rockwood Janet Williams Roessler Richard T. Roessler Ruey J. Ryburn Ronald L. Shiffler Marianna Stoica Shoemaker Virginia Vogel Simmons Diane Gross Smith Ralph H. Starkey H. Sheldon Storer, Jr. Patricia Beadles Swayne Laurence G. Tidrick Lynda Mitchum Wilhelmus Robert S. Winterhalter GIFTS IN HONOR OF Keith W. Keppel SPECIAL GIFTS James R. Bartlett Susan Bartelsmeyer Bartlett Marcia Romsted Bay Keith W. Keppel OTHER GIFTS Carl P. Singer

1967

CLASS CHAIR: William H. Watson ANNUAL FUND: $124,709 DONORS: 183 PARTICIPATION: 45% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** R. David Hoover Suzanne Anderson Hoover EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Heidi Schultz Huizenga OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Susan Dohrmann Moore Randolph H. Stokely ◆ William H. Watson CHARTER CIRCLE** Donald B. Aslan Thomas A. Drew John H. Huneke III F. Garret Pfleeger Marcia Swearingen Pfleeger James A. Readey FOUNDERS CIRCLE Linda Mudd Berney Ann Barrow Cook Barbara Koepke Cornelsen James W. Dutton Wm. Finley Klaas Maurice Lee McDermond, Jr. Thomas L. Metz William S. Parker Charles L. Rouault Gustav E. Staahl, Jr. Craig R. Stokely Nancy Stewart Surber Thomas R. Teegarden John A. Thomas William K. Thomas PATRONS CIRCLE Barbara Strasser Adams Richard A. Adams Peter T. Allen Sarah Hauck Allen Diane E. Anderson Daniel C. Blaney Edward H. Brown William D. Bucher John T. Casey H. Groves Cooke III

1966

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Bobbette Hendricks Bahler Max W. Hittle, Jr. John L. Pogue Robert F. Wells ANNUAL FUND: $190,953 DONORS: 188 PARTICIPATION: 48% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Anonymous EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** 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. Barbara Stoner Wells ◆ Robert F. Wells CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Bobbette Hendricks Bahler Stanley L. Bahler Jeanie Brown Belhobek Ninetta Ling Boyer Peter A. Boyer Cathie Valeska Davis Margery Stoops Gass Bonnie Stout Lloyd ◆ John L. Rabb James N. Thompson FOUNDERS CIRCLE J. David Cook Galen Morgan Cooper Thomas P. Cooper Billie McCullough Cox David K. Cox James W. Downey nancy Blessing Fetter

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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
Lynn Bresnahan Cooper Charles M. Gadd, Jr. Barbara Ferrell Gaines Tim A. Grodrian Robert O. Hausser Jack M. Hogan Diane E. Ireson Brenda Dunfield Johnson Thomas E. Kerr III Carol Pritz Kyhos Jeannine Buchanan Lish Ronald S. Miller John W. O’neil, Jr. Pamela Siemering O’neil Michael F. Rapp Abbey Bishop Riley Beth Ritter Schermer Daniel L. Schermer Kara Knight Schmitt Nancy Weir Selby Timothy H. Selby BUILDERS CIRCLE Janet V. Andrews Constance Weimer Asbury William J. Baier James H. Barker Richard M. Beaty Anne Kabel Blount Charles E. Blount, Jr. Elizabeth Witler Bosin Carol Endicott Brown Barbara Vance Buroker Mary Koontz Burrier Sarah Mills Butzin Mary Zeluff Chandler Harry G. Dandelles Frank H. Dewey Thomas Owen Erb John M. Ferguson Gerald T. Frazier Margaret Frankenfeld Gauch John P. Godwin Kenneth H. Golden Carole Thorlton Gorsich David Edward Grass Richard A. Hall Russell S. Hardt R. Randolph Hatch William A. Hazleton David C. Hinshaw Jean Gossard James David C. Johnson Ann Montgomery Jones Kay Daugherty Klunder Patricia nicewander Krieg Albert H. Larson III Janis Zipf Maeder Michael C. Maeder Lexy C. McCulloch Marcia Jensen Nelson Wayne L. Nelson Diane Best Nosek Kent C. Ober James L. Oblinger Robert C. Palmer Jeffrey P. Petertil JoAnn Russell Plenge Ralph E. Spelbring Barbara Creel Stephenson Judith Fernald Sturmer Linda Erf Swift James M. Taylor Michael Thomasson Thomas R. Trager Phyllis Manring Truesdell Harding E. Van Schaack Alan K. Wells Stephen D. Williams Susie Palmer Wise Charlotte A. Wytias

Annual Fund Gift at Work

DePauw is “the right school for me”
For sophomore Mary Kathryn “Katie” Summers, there was never any doubt about wanting to attend DePauw. “After my first visit to DePauw university a few years ago, I was confident that it was the right school for me.” Katie and her twin sister, Kelly, both entered DePauw and joined the cheerleading team together. Also, they both earned placement in the prestigious Science Research Fellows program. Katie spent her first year at DePauw volunteering with the You, Me, and a Book Club, which takes her to area elementary schools to read and interact with kindergarten students. The two Fishers, Ind., natives also pledged the same sorority, Kappa Alpha Theta. As Katie points out, “Greek life at DePauw is so rich in history. I love to share in the tradition of sisterhood and service that has been established by all the sororities.” Her DePauw experience was made possible in large part by an Annual Fund gift by Randolph H. Stokely ’67 and Lynn Kinsey Stokely ’68. “As a current student, I have discovered DePauw’s attraction is not only about the academics, but also the people. I have met so many fascinating individuals, including professors and students, who have already influenced me. I will remember the Stokelys for making a difference in my life.”
Linda Harris Young Steven J. Young CONTRIBUTORS Constance nagle Bachert Frederick E. Bachert Brenda J. Bailey Stephen L. Barclay Steven J. Barr Janet Robison Berger Wendy E. Browder Laurel nelson Davis Harry C. Dees, Jr. Carol Henvis Dempsey William H. Dempsey, Jr. Leigh Pengelly Donaker Jaclyn Sehrt Doty Wendell R. Drew Robert W. Emmaus Martin F. Farrell Candace Mitchell Foster Sandra Garriott-Stejskal Patra Boham Golden William O. Goodman J. Michael Greer Helen Otterman Guisler Stephen W. Hadley Victoria Mayfield Hall Barbara Brayton Hines Bedford F. Hines nancy J. Holsapple Karen Burkhardt Holy John V. Horton Carole Chaney Hyde Kay E. Johnson Connie Wilson Kessler Clare Kirby Judith Bender Long Seelye Burr Longnecker W. David Longnecker Susan Steele Marquez Catherine Hein Martin John M. Mason, Jr. Carolyn Belknap Metcalf Barbara Trimble Mortimore Jon E. Newcomb Joe R. Newlin Thomas M. newman nancy Decosted niehaus Jody Schoenwetter Orthey Robert W. Orthey James L. Puckett Mark S. Raynes Carol Parish Robinson Linda Wells Rootes Gary W. Schlegel Ann Pate Stanchina John H. Staples Suzanne Wycoff Strutt Karen M. Taylor Deborah Schade Thomas Susan Innes Trudell Jane Kenney Turnbull Scott J. Vitell, Jr. Carolyn Turner Voorheis Lee Zink White Dianne Senger Williams Victoria Stembridge Woodward Ann Craven Yeoman GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Jeannie Simmons Mutz SPECIAL GIFTS R. David Hoover Suzanne Anderson Hoover Gregory T. Mutz OTHER GIFTS Ralph E. Spelbring LEGACY GIFTS Robert E. Hausner Lynn Kinsey Stokely Lucia Anderson Summers Sondra Mutz Talley William R. Van Bokkelen Thomas W. Walsh Stuart B. Watson Janie Whittaker Wendelken Mayre K. Williams ANNUAL FUND: $207,492 DONORS: 192 PARTICIPATION: 46% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Karen Ogren Sanger Stephen W. Sanger OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ John P. Douglass James R. Feutz Susan Campbell McCully Pamela Lorman Peternell Arthur L. Rice III Lynn Davies Rice ◆ Lynn Kinsey Stokely CHARTER CIRCLE** Verna L. Baughman Susan Lange Brown ◆ Benjamin Diesbach ◆ James A. Fisher ◆ Nancy J. Geiss ◆ David C. Harbottle ◆ Ruth Russ Huneke ◆ Karen Olander Skerrett Douglas A. Smith Jon E. Socolofsky ◆ William R. Van Bokkelen

FOUNDERS CIRCLE ◆ Ann Wilhoite Brilley ◆ Jack B. Campbell Gretchen Benedek Feemster Timothy S. Feemster Jeffrey E. Fisher Kathleen McKay Gilbert William N. Keadey, Jr. Diana J. Mackie ◆ Anne Frankel McDermond ◆ Bruce M. Montgomerie David E. Muschler Jane Oliver Southard Susan Katchka Staelin Richard W. Talley ◆ Sondra Mutz Talley C. Richard Walker, Jr. ◆ Thomas W. Walsh Steven M. Weber James C. Wohlleb PATRONS CIRCLE ◆ Carol Klinker Attig Thomas G. Attig Jane Arterburn Bucher Stephen H. Cagle ◆ Richard T. Carlin Linda Heppner Claffey Michael D. Dixson Robert F. Flickinger Karen Lind Folland Geneese Gottschalk Marilyn Lightner Grodrian ◆ Steven P. Grossnickle David L. Hanselman Noel Lei Hayashi David C. Jensen Patricia Young Miller Robert E. nelson Robert R. Schlueter Nancy Husband Simpson David L. Terry ◆ Stuart B. Watson BUILDERS CIRCLE Carolyn Timmons Akers Anne Tharpe Alston William C. Alston III Raymond R. Arvay Frederick C. Ball Susan Robinson Barrett Paul M. Bierbaum, Jr. William D. Boyd James A. Burrier Nancy Wolf Carns Stephen A. Carns Thomas M. Carpenter Rebecca Collins Carter Diane Davis Cordell nancy J. Flint Sarah Sorensen Foster Marsha Fralick ◆ Bruce W. Fritch Jon R. Gresley Mari McGaughey Greves Jane Caldwell Griffin Stephen C. Grubbs Jane Booher Haugh Jeffrey L. Henry G. William Higbee Heather Cibulka Higbee Jane Broyhill Houser Karen neighbours Janssen Richard O. Joseph, Jr. Patricia White Kelly Cynthia Morris Kipker Royal Parsons Klauk George Knickerbocker David W. Lamont Janet Rose Larson

1968

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Jack B. Campbell nancy J. Geiss Ruth Russ Huneke Bruce M. Montgomerie REUNION COMMITTEE: Rebecca Roush Aikman Carol Klinker Attig Carol Torrens Boucher Jill Bowman Ann Wilhoite Brilley Richard T. Carlin Benjamin Diesbach John P. Douglass James A. Fisher Bruce W. Fritch Steven P. Grossnickle David C. Harbottle Ruth Butterfield Isaacson Barbara Smith Johnson Anne Roberts Krause Darel F. Lindquist Eric V. Lortz Linda James Lortz Anne Frankel McDermond Andrew C. Mead C. Scott Molden Ann Cunliff Polster Mickey May Shemansky J. Stuart Showalter Karen Olander Skerrett

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AnnuAL HOnOR ROLL of DOnORS
Walter J. Larson Stephanie Stewart Lazzeroni William D. Lehman Virginia Cook Lester Donald J. Lewis Joann Brookmeyer Lininger Thomas R. Lininger Susan Farquhar Lipchak ◆ Eric V. Lortz ◆ Linda James Lortz Jay P. Marshall II William K. Massie, Jr. ◆ Andrew C. Mead Connie Delawter Miller Thomas W. Miller ◆ C. Scott Molden Jane Heineman Molden Roberta Clinton Murry Peg newman Martha Swanson Palmer Margaret Chapman Partridge Robert H. Partridge Larry L. Patchell James W. Payne Sharlene Candace Peterson Molly Morgan Phinny ◆ Ann Cunliff Polster Carl C. Polster Wayne E. Rapp, Jr. Eric Robertson Ralph H. Saunders, Jr. Sue Lett Showalter Richard C. Siefert S. David Siff Paul Douglas Smith Robert F. Stayman Judith Ward Stillwell John J. Stimson, Jr. Nancy Englehart Stimson William D. Stoner Ann Kainz Tvaroha Gregory F. udell John T. Van Meter Susan Minick Vonsild Sue Thalacker Welcome ◆ Janie Whittaker Wendelken Marietta May Willman James M. Winning, Jr. John B. Wright CONTRIBUTORS ◆ Rebecca Roush Aikman Patricia Englum Bader ◆ Carol Torrens Boucher ◆ Jill Bowman Linda Wyatt Brennan Daniel P. Cope Susan J. Downs Harry A. Dunwoody Vicki Little Evanatz Richard M. Faner Robert C. Ferrand Donna Self Fisher Diane Pearson France Lin M. Fredrickson John J. Germanotta John A. Gibson Susan Green Gost Charles Frederick Haigh Kathleen Gross Horton Steven B. Huffman Charles F. Isaacson ◆ Ruth Butterfield Isaacson Catherine Meier Jenkins Wayne G. Jeronimus Jean P. Johnson Jean Olson Kelminson Cheryl Slagell Kinsinger Susan H. Kosinski Marcia H. Lake Alfon W. Larson Thomas D. Leidy Ann Mcnaul-Miller Shirley Zivich Mertz Susan Goff Minihan Daniel H. O’Meara Timothy W. Olson Jane A. Rein Sharon Mitchell Renfro Christine Van nada Riggle Gary N. Roggenkamp Karen Knudsen Schwepler Martha Drake Shiffler Bruce P. Spang Linda Stockstill Vonder Haar Daniel L. Weber Anne Briscuso Whiteley Penny Weed Whittlesey Olwen Twyman Wright GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Carol Boardman Hittle Susan L. Saunders SPECIAL GIFTS Pamela Lorman Peternell Molly Morgan Phinny OTHER GIFTS B. Thomas Boese

Annual Fund Gift at Work

Emkes Annual Fund scholar visits Europe, serves locally
Spanish and biology major Meghan C. McGonigal is taking full advantage of her DePauw experience. Last year, she spent a semester in Segovia, Spain, to hone her language skills. She also toured other sites in Western Europe. “Being on my own for a semester taught me independence and self-sufficiency, and it also gave me the experience of a lifetime.” Back at DePauw, McGonigal is president of her sorority, Alpha Phi, and a leadership intern in the Office of Student Affairs. She also volunteers with College Mentors for Kids, helping children from Cloverdale Elementary School. Her volunteerism has led to her involvement with Senior Friend, a program that pairs students with residents of Asbury Towers Retirement Community. As she continues preparing for graduate studies to become a physician assistant, McGonigal credits the financial support provided by Mark A. Emkes ’75 and his wife, Maria, through the Annual Fund. “It is the generosity of people such as the Emkes that helps students like me afford to attend such a prestigious university.”
Duane M. Kelley Nancy Van Sickle Kent John S. Marlatt Richard B. Marvin Thomas L. McCormick John F. McWethy dec Stephen M. Murray ◆ Thomas M. O’Neil Robert McKay Steele S. Russell Sylvester Frederick Tucker III William J. Wieland 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 T. Bruce Fox James H. Gerhold dec Suzanne Carroll Gerhold John B. Gross, Jr. Vicki Wolf Hanselman J. Denny Haythorn Barbara Odt Lewis Kathleen McIntyre Lewis Glenn E. Schreiber Tyler B. Somershield Robert A. White BUILDERS CIRCLE Gerald A. Ambrose Barbara Blecha Arvay Jon A. Brictson Holly Gaden Bushnell John C. Campbell Roberta Cochran Christman Donald A. Coffin Robert V. Crane Pamela Shields Diddie James E. Dirks William B. Doepke Dale Brumbaugh Dowlen Gayle Ficken-Clarke Susan Campbell Foster Roberta Hallan Frey Thomas F. Frey, Jr. Janet Lam Gessert Robert J. Gregg Paula Jennings Hartman Lynn Ochiltree Heaton Charles O. Hershey Deborah Hayes Hill Timothy B. Hornbacker Paula Drake Ilardo Michael K. Irwin Carol Portle Kleemeier Martha Gilbert Lamprecht Larry D. Lankton Rachel Bourland Lankton Charles A. Merriman John G. Meyer III Ann Bauld Newton J. Ronald Oehler William D. Pennell Brian C. Phipps Constance C. Price Jeffrey L. Pytlarz Derreth Case Roberts Martha Musk Robertson Dennis E. Robich Stephanie Frankum Robich Patricia Ross-Polito L. Dean Samuel Judy Chupp Schubert Richard L. Schubert Rebecca Tatman Sipe Mary Petticrew Smalling John W. Sorenson Dennis R. Stuckey Lawrence P. Taylor Peter N. Thompson Mary Gadd Tiemann Roy M. Van Cleave Richard E. Wehnes Mary Glick Wilson Sue DeFrees Wright CONTRIBUTORS Susan Davison Archer Colleen Heaton Bailey Nancy Hilliger Coan Anita M. Deckard Margaret A. Detrick Jean Stephens Dudley C. Elaine Dunbar F. Allen Hester Larry R. Horning Susan K. Hurst Duncan E. Jones Janet L. Jones Mary Hutchinson Jones Karen Hidy Joyce Susan Keehn Jane Dunlap Knight Thomas F. Kyhos Victoria Elliott Lazear W. Randolph Lazear Robert L. Levy Karen Kolthoff Lewis Michael L. Marshall Ann Croughan Massengill Philip B. Matthaei Ellen Thomas Minor Charles R. Moffett Charles A. Moore Kerry P. Moskop Allen R. Musheno Mary Jane neale Judith Degitz O’Connor Karen Pratt Peiffer Karen Keeler Rogers Kathleen Yoder Rotert Richard E. Schulte Timothy A. Seale Mary Smoot Steinbrecher Elizabeth Brooks Tisdale ◆ James M. Tomsic Robert S. Tongren Rebecca Morris Tucker Barbara Pyle Ward Sandra Joyce Ward Derrick L. Warner Constance Riddiough Weisbroth Anthony F. Whittlesey Raymond Williams Barbara Zaring GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Clarice Kinsey Bair John F. McWethy GIFTS IN HONOR OF Robert McKay Steele SPECIAL GIFTS David A. Bohmer Lynn Reuss Bohmer Barbara White Parker Fredrick W. Parker II Marilyn Turner Powell Richard E. Schulte

1969

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Cheryl Mackey Colby Thomas M. O’neil James M. Tomsic ANNUAL FUND: $104,333 DONORS: 171 PARTICIPATION: 36% 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 Robert C. Moore Sarah Proctor Moore Margaret Sheridan Schmidt Robert A. Schmidt CHARTER CIRCLE** William L. Brown III Grey M. Emmons James H. Fletcher Mason P. Jett Susanne Hanna MacTavish Phyllis Gilbert Smith Christopher J. Wurster FOUNDERS CIRCLE Mary E. Althaus Michael L. Baldwin David A. Bohmer Lynn Reuss Bohmer Linda Spreen Budelsky Neil W. Budelsky John R. Current Sarah Katterhenry Dutton Jean Baker Greer Richard C. Greer John R. Harris, Jr. nancy Priess Heilman Tom K. Heilman Penelope Morse Keadey

1970

CLASS CHAIR: Jane Grissom Whitesides ANNUAL FUND: $79,099 DONORS: 163 PARTICIPATION: 38%

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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
EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Michael L. Smith OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Roberta O. Barnes Robert G. Casey Carol Prentice Crist James E. Robinson CHARTER CIRCLE** Craig C. Grannon Charles M. Harris Marie Rhine Harris Christine Collyer MacDonald James S. MacDonald Susan Marshall Reck Cynthia Van Tassel Yeo Thomas S. Yeo FOUNDERS CIRCLE Dale A. Barrett John P. Beall Peter M. Donahower Judith A. Edstrom Sheila Steinbach Engel Karl R. Johnson, Jr. Anne Beekman Kraege Richard C. Kraege Margaret Diaz Luderer Barbara White Pierce Mary Leonard Ramshaw Douglas F. Reed John n. Rooks Elizabeth Kaiser Walker R. Scott Walker ◆ Jane Grissom Whitesides PATRONS CIRCLE John B. Bitner R. David Bray Geoffrey N. Coleman Richard A. Dean Larry Robert Downs John C. Erdmann Kathryn A. Everman Steven Arthur Holt Dale Hanscom Krone Edward V. Lauing, Jr. Ronald D. Luther Cynthia Lorman Martin David A. Martin Nancy Martin Podurgiel Cynthia Adolphsen Rasp Donald J. Schulte Margaret McTague Smith Warren S. Stanley Jan Miltenberger Terry John R. Tolle Dwight S. Woessner BUILDERS CIRCLE Ann Flachmann Babington Stephen D. Boyce Margaret Palo Boyles Karen S. Brown Victoria BurtonBurke Jonathan F. Bushnell, Jr. Loryne McCoy Coffin Michael C. Crider Geoffrey M. Daly A. Trent Detamore Calvin Detrick III Priscilla Hedges Duncan Ronald B. Eich George E. Felton, Jr. Willard J. Frederick Jacqueline Terry Gedrose Sue Starnes Gilroy Margaret Lavidge Gosselink Catherine Huff Gottfred Sheri Little Gow Thomas D. Hanlon Sharon Garner Hardern William H. Hefty Barbara Beal Hendricks Dan L. Hendricks Virginia Dalton Heyburn Gerald H. Hoffman Diane S. Kartalia Grace Roselyn Kerlin Christine nuernberg Kreissler Roger S. Lawton Sarah Robinson Lister Thomas E. Lister Diane Hotham Mark Melinda Adams Massie C. Richard McDonald George A. Meier Carolyn Martin Meyer John B. norberg Jane Henry Pearson Wiley H. Pearson Marjorie Lentz Porter John L. Prather Susan Fluharty Regan Dennis G. Richter James J. Roscoe 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 Ross Strayer Elizabeth McNabb Swanson William R. Syverson Mary Kilgore Vallad John R. Vissing Robert E. Wall Sue A. Webb David S. White Robert C. Wilson James A. Yoder CONTRIBUTORS Stephen W. Bridge Sara Clark Clay Katherine McMartin Cragwall James L. Cramer Marilyn Ehman Dallet Joan Reamer Daugherty Donald T. de Camp James M. Dietz Kathryn Knipe Duncan Thomas G. Durham Nancy Zippel Gloe Carolyn A. Grove Denise Hilliard Gudger Amy Chen Hsiao Elizabeth J. LaVoo Josh F. Lancaster John F. Liechty Kara Matoi Mark Ingrid Schroeder Matthaei Barbara Brucklacher Mayr William P. Mayr nancy Hutchinson McDowell John C. Montgomery III Kathleen Miller Morley Kathy newton-nance Mary A. O’Brien Elsie Ferguson Rafferty Nancy Reynolds William C. Risberg Susan Knoef Rogers Jeff L. Saylor Barbara Hermanson Schlawin Jamie McDaniel Schulte Paul H. Schwendener III David E. Sheffield H. Charles Shively II JoAnn Murray Sorrell Kay Peterson Styrkowicz Melinda Siebert Tharp Richard A. Tharp Cynthia Boyd Tuck Judy Heath Walker Susan Charlesworth Ward Stephen L. Weinig Susann L. Wilkinson Mary Witt Wyatt GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Sara Rush Shuman SPECIAL GIFTS Charles C. Roberts Jamie McDaniel Schulte Michael L. Smith OTHER GIFTS Lawrence A. Johnson Guilford L. Parsons Rebecca O. Spangler Stephan E. Weitzel Larry F. Whitham Georganne Miner Woessner BUILDERS CIRCLE Merritt K. Alcorn Cynthia Perin Annett William A. Baum Thomas R. Berg Kay Edmunds Bierbaum Elizabeth A. Booth Cherry Caudle Bost Patricia Parshall Bucklen David L. Carlson Kathy Thornburgh Clark Leslie Monson Crider Cynthia Wilson D’Alimonte Jane Bragdon Doepke Michael P. Doyle E. Gabrielle Egger Marcia Cope Fleischman John D. Frankel Charles L. Gardner Wendy B. Gifford Charles W. Goldner, Jr. Susan Dinsmore Goldner Kathy Cornell Goodman Edward M. Greene Judith Talbert Hanlon Lee B. Hawthorne III Joyce Clark Henriott Kay Heckman Hervey Charles W. Hutchison David P. Jacobs John S. Jones Jill Matthews LeVan Judith Hawkinson Lefferdink Gregory L. Manifold Jane Everly Manning Deborah Woody Megginson Michele Fort Merrill Wynne Walker Moskop George A. Purnell Sandra Lough Richter James E. Sanford William Curtis Schade Robert H. Shaykin John C. Sibrava Mary Phelps Sibrava Wrede Howard Smith, Jr. Patricia Roane Straube Steven W. Surbaugh Barbara naftzger Tapley Vicki Zink Thompson Diane uecker-Flink Elaine K. Weaver Scott F. N. Wing CONTRIBUTORS David F. Baggerman John H. Barksdale Nancy K. Barnes Gwendolyn McCallum Bennett Theodore J. Brentlinger William A. Bright Steven H. Brown Ann Heller Butler Sara Campbell Karen Turek Charen E. Fred Coan Barbara Boynton Connor Margaret Brown Cooch Robert A. Cooper James Edward Davis Pamela Sandberg Delnagro Lou Hollingsworth Dietz Mary Hudelson Dunkle Carol Dunigan Elpers Mary Kiernan Fannin nicholas B. Fitzgerald Mary Ganz Lida G. Gordon Molly Cadwallader Grossman Thomas G. Grossman Jay T. Hatch Marilyn R. Heath Bette Buskirk Heinlein Pamela Brown Hess Judith Bain Hollar Margaret Horrigan Steven R. Jacobs Laurence A. Johnson Ruth A. Kovac Jeffrey R. Kurtz Susan Shriver LaVine Jack A. Lenhart Kathryn Mason Lentz Kenneth K. Lester Nancy Vititoe Mahoney Margaret Schatz Mayfield Kathryn Vogt McGovern Elizabeth Combs Merit Max G. Messman Gary W. Moehle John E. Morley, Jr. Lois Seward Murray Linda Moses novak Raymond A. Paladino Marjorie Hampton Phipps Don E. Prosser Constance Hawkes Reeves Karen Alkire Ristine Dennis I. Robbins Mary Rayfield Robbins Caryl Frauenhoff Rohol Wayne L. Schmidt Marsha Hardesty Shockley Elizabeth nelson Smith Pamela Charlson Speer Rebecca Pacay Steinmeier David A. Strickler Ralph C. Sullivan Judith Williams Sunderman Margaret Hastings Teegardin Helen Illich Towner Nancy Smith Walker Carolyn Cavins Weinig Wilda Hajdu Whitley Bonnie Turnbaugh Williams GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Patti Harper Coyle Douglas L. Crichlow John H. Land SPECIAL GIFTS Bryan T. Burney Virginia Hays Burney Katherine L. McQueen Susan Leet Smith OTHER GIFTS Steven H. Fulton Sue Vickery Fulton Jane Schoenwetter Johnson John S. Jones James H. Young OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Deborah Aydelott dec Christopher A. DeGraw David C. Johnson ◆ Thomas R. Schuck CHARTER CIRCLE** William H. Arends Narda Greising Cotton Mary Holmes Emison Philip G. Heyde Joan Erlandson Kiburz neal E. Kitchell Christopher H. Penn O. Roderick Wilson FOUNDERS CIRCLE Cynthia Best Bradley Elizabeth Vonnegut Brubeck William E. Brubeck, Jr. Harry J. Cangany Gerald F. Fitzgerald, Jr. Nancy Bartlett Hollingsworth Kathleen Parson Klatt Kenneth A. Klatt Richard A. Lutes Leah Schulte Mannweiler Joanne Reiman Santoriello Roland Schinbeckler Mary Hill Watt William J. Watt, Jr. PATRONS CIRCLE James A. Campbell Frederick K. Donaldson Christin A. Fulton Nancy Matthei Garrigus Anne Troxel Golden William P. Hamilton IV Eric R. Heller Megan Trovillion Heller Kristina Nelson Hesbol Dennis B. Kelley Christopher A. May Scott Allen McIlroy Heather neier Harry E. Page, Jr. Carolyn Berger Parsons Mark A. Robertson John D. Sayre Nancy Phelps Seitz Virginia Stickles Spring Vicki Vance Stanton BUILDERS CIRCLE Thomas R. Bain James M. Boyle Mark A. Chestnut Ellen Silva Chrapla Scott H. Decker Elizabeth Cole Dickerson Stephanie Diane Dietz W. Daniel Doty Elise Metelmann Fortman Pamela Motter Greenway Sheryl Householder Hambidge Craig R. Hedin Carol Flummerfelt Helmling Lucinda Jones Hey James F. Kasper Marshall L. Kiel Thomas W. Klamer Robert A. Kriscunas Margaret Rorschach Krumme Barbara A. Lehnhardt Charles Mytron Lisby Kathy Rambadt Lisby John D. MacIntosh Mary Hickcox Magura Jean Fletcher Maijala Barbara Mason Anne Beattie Maverick

1971

ANNUAL FUND: $91,307 DONORS: 164 PARTICIPATION: 38% 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 Lucinda Tucker Kirk Robert C. Kirk, Jr. James F. Lininger John T. Neighbours Vicki noe nunery William R. nunery Richard A. Reck Anne Korb Shane Lynne A. Tweedie FOUNDERS CIRCLE Anonymous Zack F. Bettis, Jr. John P. Doan Laurie Duncan-McWethy Peggy Snapp Headley Shaun O. Higgins ◆ Joe Gregory Hollingsworth Janice Pahl Kern Deborah Zonsius Lane Mikella Kaiser Lowe Craig L. McGaughey PATRONS CIRCLE Stewart I. Adam, Jr. Thomas A. Berghausen Barbara Broadbent Collins Thomas L. Greenough III Sue Buell Kay A. Richard Kriegsman David N. Marks Melissa C. Martin Joseph S. Northrop Marcia Utter Northrop

1972

CLASS CHAIR: Thomas R. Schuck ANNUAL FUND: $52,574 DONORS: 152 PARTICIPATION: 36%

◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2007-08 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society dec – deceased

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Leslie Baird McDonald Gregory McGarvey Randall S. Moskop John F. Olson David M. Parry Richard E. Pound norma Doyle Rhea Kenneth N. Ritz Colleen Sontag Robertson Thomas L. Root Alexandra Cary Rustan John B. Scofield IV Melanie Terhune Swartzentruber S. Robert Trottmann III J. Scott Tucker Lynn Downing Underwood Susan Bresnahan Vanderby Mary Purnell Zapp CONTRIBUTORS Carolyn Borges Allen James D. Aschmann Linda Gustavson Barksdale Lindsay Whitaker Berge Janice Huntington Bright Virginia Ritchie Brown Laure Nickels Burgess Leonard P. Cheatham Deborah R. Clark Edna Cox Crowe Deborah Johnson Darnell Virginia Gard Davies Sarah Ryrie Davis Kathryn A. DeMerit William R. Eberle Deborah Rogers Emerson Sallie Martin Foley Patricia Elrod Gagne Susan nelson Goad David S. Greenfield Mark H. Hendrickson Claudia Jackson Hilligoss Charles W. Hunter, Jr. Rebecca Rennecker Jackman Meredith Knowles Jenkins Joseph A. Kacmar Katherine Roberts Keenan Linda Bellinger Kinnett Kerry D. Kries Jeffrey C. Landon Constance Ryan Lathrop Susan Martin Linton Pamela Schnacke Macura Emily Graves McDonald John W. McDonough John B. McFadden Camille Inman Mealy D. Thomas Mellin Sharon Anderson Mellin William W. Montgomery Richard H. Moore Rebecca Wheat Mrugacz Wade R. nichols Mary Horton Overman Steven Scott Overman John M. Patten Sylvia Thale Patten Kathryn Schurz Peters Janet Mani Pierce Mila Flickinger Pierce Richard G. Piper Connie Thompson Sayers Deva J. Scheel Jane Kurath Strickler Amanda Mears Stroop Lenore Carlberg Tinsman Cynthia Santana Trainor Christopher L. Walker Derelle Watson-Duvall Janet Bloom Wright Jeffrey M. Wright GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Theodore Mcnutt Englehart, Jr. Melvin Kenneth Tracht OTHER GIFTS Heather neier FOUNDERS CIRCLE Anonymous Deborah J. Daniels David L. Emison ◆ Marilyn Shultz Evans David L. Flory Charles S. Frick Virginia Law Henke Mark B. Holt Mark E. Howard ◆ David F. Lau Kathi Hancock Lee Paul A. Luther David A. Podlecki Martha Schuster Schinbeckler Susan P. Stuart ◆ Thomas K. Vandiver ◆ Brian W. Welch Steven P. Wirth Lynn Halloran Yaeger Thomas H. Gee Marilyn G. Genther ◆ Sarah Graser Gray ◆ Mary Murray Hall ◆ William N. Hardy Gregor W. Henricks Mark E. Hungate Mark E. Langner Dwight E. Matthews Robert D. Miller Ann Bragdon Oakes Mary Schaffer Poole Bruce Ross-Shannon Pamela nielsen Schilt Suzanne Steubs Thompson ◆ Matilda J. Wilhoite ◆ Wendy Ferguson Wright ◆ Carson R. Yeager Frank C. Donaldson, Jr. Anne Dudley Elizabeth Cooney Englbrecht Charles E. Feenstra Gail Markham Gokey Edward F. Harlan Sally Spohr Hawthorne William R. Hemmig nancy Pierobon Hensel ◆ Gail Ritchie Henson David E. Hickman Scott Hitchcock Barbara Albrecht Hocking Scott T. Hocking Robert Brooke Hollis Margaret Moore Horton Richard G. Horton Anne Getty Kelvin Suzanne Trimble Kiel Jean Hereford Larson Penelope Leitner Lisi Margaret Osterhout Markley John S. Moffet ◆ Karen Wichterman Molitoris Margaret Hosic Mowrey Martha Riester nice Janie Blackburn Norberg Margaret E. Piety Gordon L. Pittenger Laura Carlstedt Rush ◆ Tina L. Rzepnicki ◆ Janet Teter Savage Ralph E. Savage Christina Brogren Scofield Bradley n. Stoops ◆ John W. Timothy, Jr. Cynthia M. Todd Steven B. Vickery Cynthia Stidham Welch Gary E. Whitaker Pamela Sanderson Whitt ◆ Kimberlee Tweedy Young CONTRIBUTORS Kathleen Dedloff Abbey Kathleen Heston Abbott Janet Huelsen Abri Thomas E. Ainlay, Jr. Jennifer Simmons Althaus John W. Ashley Paul M. Beck, Jr. Mitzi M. Belknap Allen A. Bell, Jr. David P. Bennett Gloria Routt Beswick Cynthia Shugert Bevevino Trudi L. Boyd ◆ Rebecca A. Brewer Cynthia S. Brinker Phillip W. Brown Carol Tweedie Burdick Susan Henderson Burleigh Timothy S. Burleigh George E. Clift Sarah Wilson Cooper Hilda Gudmundsson Davis

1973

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Elizabeth Burnett Boulet Marilyn Shultz Evans Julie Houk Goodrich Brian W. Welch Wendy Ferguson Wright REUNION COMMITTEE: Deborah Adams Ahlgren nancy netherland Becker Rebecca A. Behling Rebecca A. Brewer William F. Carroll, Jr. Angela Mulzer Erwin Sander L. Esserman Sarah Graser Gray Mary Murray Hall William n. Hardy Gail Ritchie Henson John B. Kniesly David F. Lau Cristine Boswell Marchand Charles E. Meyer Kathryn A. Miller Karen Wichterman Molitoris Tina L. Rzepnicki Janet Teter Savage Susan Hill Schwartz John W. Timothy, Jr. Thomas K. Vandiver Shelley Holmes Walker Stuart M. Walker Matilda J. Wilhoite Carson R. Yeager Kimberlee Tweedy Young ANNUAL FUND: $92,581 DONORS: 202 PARTICIPATION: 45% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** James B. Stewart, Jr. OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Barrett L. Boehm ◆ William F. Carroll, Jr. Cynthia Ann Diller CHARTER CIRCLE** Roy J. Anthony ◆ Elizabeth Burnett Boulet ◆ Sander L. Esserman Robert D. Franks ◆ Julie Houk Goodrich Douglas M. Long Anne Zonsius Martin Edward B. Martin ◆ Kathryn A. Miller Carla Bauer Rentrop Paul L. Runnels Bradley L. Sexauer Lee M. Sisler Barbara Wasson Strawn Elizabeth Page Van Wagener John L. Vander Schilden Susan Vaughn

BUILDERS CIRCLE David C. Ahlgren ◆ Deborah Adams Ahlgren Schuyler J. Baab PATRONS CIRCLE ◆ Rebecca A. Behling John W. Adams ◆ nancy netherland Becker Leslie Kennedy Bender Thomas E. Bell B. Timothy Bennett Mark C. Beyer Donna Dechants Bolz David S. Borgmann nancy Eshcoff Boyer William R. Buckley Karen J. Boyles Karen Furlong Childs Debra E. Bunn G. Walter Christopherson chart Candace Judah Butler [DIAN: Use this with the profile titled Janis Sigler Den Herder ◆ Angela Mulzer Erwin “14 HR Profile.AF Dollars.1970s”. –kps] Alison Van nada Donaldson Gary J. Garoffolo

2007-08 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.) Sewanee - The University of the South (Tenn.) $3,600,000 Kenyon College (Ohio) $3,506,442 Grinnell College (Iowa) $3,146,608 Wabash College (Ind.) $3,104,282
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$7,408,000 $7,100,000 $6,800,000 $5,795,791 $5,600,000 $5,280,000 $5,127,054

$5 mill.

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$7 mill.

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$9 mill.

DePauw alumni, parents, faculty and staff members, and friends made gifts totaling $5,795,791 to the 2007-08 Annual Fund. The Annual Fund is a key revenue source for the university’s operating budget, underwriting fundamental elements of the DePauw experience such as: • Scholarships to ensure accessibility for all qualified students • Support to attract and retain outstanding faculty members, who are committed teacher-scholars • Funds to provide off-campus and international experiences that significantly enrich on-campus learning and foster global perspectives DePauw compares favorably with peer institutions in total giving for the 2007-08 Annual Fund. Yet, operating costs to support these essential services increase each year, reflecting DePauw’s commitment to provide a robust environment for intellectual engagement. As a result, the university depends on a thriving Annual Fund to keep pace with its budgetary needs and to ensure DePauw’s standing as a leading national liberal arts university.
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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David R. Day Stephen A. Deutsch Patrick R. Doherty William G. Drewes I. Robert Emmerich, Jr. Craig E. Ethier William Wayne Farris R. Scott Ford Susan Ethier Gevaert Sally Wilkinson Gilbert Peggy Ann Girton Michael T. Harves Margaret Ispas Hennessey Michael S. Humphries Claudia Theidel Hunter David M. Hurst Debra Alcorn Hutchens Gary W. Hutton Cynthia Goss Johnson Ruth Weber Johnson James A. Kegley ◆ John B. Kniesly John C. Korschot Elizabeth Wagstaff LaBolt Mary Jones Landon Jody Earhart Lindquist ◆ Cristine Boswell Marchand Mary Rardin McMillin Laura Herman Meehan ◆ Charles E. Meyer Rhonda Miller Francis E. Morrissey Cynthia Sheridan O’Connor Pamela S. Peigh Catharine Penniman-Moser Robin Purkey Potvin Theron W. Randall Carol Zwissler Ridings Robert H. Sander ◆ Susan Hill Schwartz Karen Markstrom Seehausen B. Mason Shambach Kathleen Brown Simkin Cheryl Haines Sinkovic Rudy G. Skorupa Andrea Sobbe Linda Light Tichenor Cynthia Gobel Turnquist ◆ Shelley Holmes Walker Sally Aldridge Wamsley Carol Frees Watkins David L. Weaver nancy Suppiger Weith Kimberly Hodges Williams Rebecca Clark Williams Jane Dew Woods SPECIAL GIFTS Jeanne Sankey Grossnickle Thomas A. Roberts James B. Stewart, Jr. OTHER GIFTS David C. Ahlgren Deborah Adams Ahlgren Mariette J. Bargen Denise Reasoner Bates Rebecca A. Brewer John S. Moffet Suzanne Steubs Thompson LEGACY GIFTS Julie Houk Goodrich Mark C. Mills Jeanette M. Temple ANNUAL FUND: $95,208 DONORS: 153 PARTICIPATION: 39% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Kathryn Fortune Hubbard OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ E. Webb Bassick IV ◆ W. Charles Bennett Andrea Hannon Brown James S. Cunning Judson C. Green Robert F. Sharpe, Jr. CHARTER CIRCLE** Florence E. Beatty Julie Read Hildebrand Sarah Strauss Krouse Jean Gutting Lohoff Randy K. Lohoff Raymond G. Smith Jack W. Wiley Christine Hosler Wilson FOUNDERS CIRCLE Marie A. Alles Sarah Egly Ayers Carolyn Hadley Cangany Nancy Milligan Frick John I. Heise III Janet S. Henry Jeffrey O. Lewis Stephen B. Lewis Michael S. McCrea Patricia Christiansen Petrick H. Lester Reed Russell W. Rose John M. Watson PATRONS CIRCLE Janis Alling Adams Daniel E. Brunette Richard J. Claycombe Sarah Robinson Coffin Virginia Colten-Bradley Gary L. Klotz Philip C. Mitchell III Thomas Russell Mote neil R. Oslos natalie Stahl Patchell Jean Baumgardt Reichenbach Donald H. Rosenbaum, Jr. Bruce F. Schilt Fred J. Simon Ann Pace Sutton William H. Tucker Janice Morfee Wark Julie Smith Wiehl Scott D. Wright BUILDERS CIRCLE Amy Thurston Berthouex Donna Brower Blair C. Lee Bridges Andrew J. Brown Betsy Steffen Brown Donna Fordice Bushong Dan E. Bylenga, Jr. Christine niles Cancelmo Linda Buell Corrigan Robert W. Emmert Steven A. Erickson Pamela Simpson Fleece John K. Flickinger Linda A. Frauenhoff Jane Moore Freyfogle Barbara Bowen Hale Robert M. Hartigan Larry J. Hayes Ann Hendrix Hedde Donna Nees Hemmig Daniel K. Herrel Joan T. Hillis Patricia Aldrich Hillis David R. Holmes Sheryl Carlson Holmes Judith A. Jacobs Sherryl Davis Kasper Richard A. Konzen Dennis Logan Patricia Spain Lord nancy Lovett Eugene R. Mancini neil L. Marchese Larry J. Marfise Joan D. McElin James D. Moore Paula Strojny Moore Lynne Salomone nagle James R. nicholson Victoria Kensek Ross Caroline Irene Ruhl Roland T. Rust Jane H. Schussler Larry E. Scott Susan Scott Simon Peter Bleier Stickler Peter M. Stragand Kevin O. Sweeney ◆ Jeanette M. Temple Michael A. Terry Constance Frigstad Vickery Paula Whitaker Debra Banzhaf York CONTRIBUTORS Kathy D. Abbott Carolyn Slutz Baranouskas nancy P. Barber Sara E. Behling Sue E. Bell Richard W. Bennett Sally A. Booth John K. Burke Marcia Ismond Cheatham Susan Mottis Crichlow Deborah Johnson Downs nancy C. Durham Cathy East Early Ann Meeks Erickson Jenny Ashbaugh Fernsler Holly Schneider Gott Mary Bennett Graub Sandra A. Hamilton Mary Tuomi Hammond Catherine Veldhuis Hays Sally A. Hershey Robin R. Jaeger Eric L. Lanzl Jane Larson Ann Kahrl Laudeman Samuel R. Laudeman, Jr. Donald Steven Lee William J. Lewis III Marilyn Knapp Litt Barbara Conkling Mann Kevin R. McClellan Patricia Hall Mercer Julia Knipe Mills Stephen M. Minett Madeline Jones newman Karen Maier Niersbach William R. Niersbach, Jr. Carter L. Oldfield, Jr. Nancy Christman Panthofer William M. Park John B. Prosise Pamela J. Ransom R. David Rodems Laura B. Sanders Kenneth R. Shepard natalie Brown Shepard Suzanne L. Sinclair Brian J. Stogdill Peggy L. Swihart Michael J. Thomas Ralph H. Tookey Barbara Carnahan West Ruth G. Weston Melanie Millis Wissel SPECIAL GIFTS E. Webb Bassick IV Judson C. Green Bruce P. Grossnickle Kathryn Fortune Hubbard BUILDERS CIRCLE Katharine Hutchinson Boyer Mary J. Burtelow nancy Johnstone Bylenga Margaret E. Chase Susan Kamm Connors Dan L. Doan Christopher C. Doran Nancy Smith Ellis Tracy J. Ellis Ellen Husselman England Gerry L. Fathauer Mark A. Filippell Pamela J. Garland Robin J. Gaston Robert A. Greising Dawn Wedow Hart Mary Eichelberger Hayes Linda Berkey Herrick Patty McClure Hofmann John P. Kelly Dennis G. Lydick Claire Anshutz Marchese Victoria Madden Meister Robert P. Mesalam II Gail Pulianas Miofsky Peter D. Norberg Debra Bielenberg Orrock Teri Zimmer Parker Diane E. Phillis Cynthia Capp Pittenger Paul K. Pogue Alice J. Shirley Bernard K. Smith Taffney Josif Smith Janelle Rice Tague David M. Tanner Jeffrey P. Tuholski Peter C. Vaky Anais Brown Webb Katherine Whitlow Webster Paul J. Wheeler Ann Cederblad Zielinski CONTRIBUTORS Deby A. Baker Connie J. Baxter Mark D. Behrendt Stanley L. Block, Jr. Robin Ismond Boldt Karen Y. Boone John W. Breck Denise Ward Brewer Parke M. Brewer David C. Carr Michael G. Chlebik Virginia Trump Daniel Susan Stephanoff Decker Jo Walsh Doubet Laura Skorupa Ford Susan Leopold Freeman Lora Klus Harp Janice Gooch Heipler Gregory A. Hinkle Jeni Rhoads Houston Richard W. Hynson III Mary E. Jaeger Bradley J. Kinsey David P. Lancaster Holly Hildenbrand Lee Noel Ottery Liberty James S. LoPrete Amy Shields Mann nancy Crossman McGuinnis Barbara Frownfelter Medders Anne Caldwell Mershad Lewis E. Moke Devon E. Moon, Jr. Scott A. Moon Steven J. Moore Mary Parker Mutarelli Barbara Campbell Pell Brenda Keith Regan Thomas J. Schuldt Ewing Shields IV Cynthia Boyd Steffens Gary E. Thompson Joan Brown Ulrey Suzanne Schulze Walker Michael P. Webster Thomas A. Westerholm Nancy L. Wicker William H. Wissel SPECIAL GIFTS Joyce Taglauer Green OTHER GIFTS Jeffrey R. Johnson

1975

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Janet Crawford Schwartz Richard W. Schwartz Marcus R. Veatch ANNUAL FUND: $82,281 DONORS: 132 PARTICIPATION: 35% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Roger K. McAlister ◆ Marcus R. Veatch OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Joyce Taglauer Green ◆ Janet Crawford Schwartz ◆ Richard W. Schwartz CHARTER CIRCLE** David B. Becker Mark A. Emkes Jill Greene Suzanne L. Hickman Kathleen Snell Jagger Jeffrey R. Johnson Glenn Todd Plymate James D. Weddle Stacey Shepherd Weddle Nancy L. White FOUNDERS CIRCLE Dianne Korff Beardsley Richard L. Beardsley Carolyn Bednar-Good Robert L. Bever Frank J. Clark Pamela A. Collins Elizabeth Koenig Demmings John A. England Kevin M. Flynn Kristine A. Iverson nancy Pfeffer Lau Paula Schmidt Lewis Bruce L. Mann Sharon Minns newman Mark Z. Orr Brenda Gloor Pruitt Jeanette Cochran Young PATRONS CIRCLE Stephen C. Brill Laura Yeo Clark J. Kevin Cogan Scott P. Granger Cheryl A. King Gary W. Plantinga Sandra Watters Reinicker William B. Semmer William David Wilson Marianna Soaper Wright

1976

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: John H. Wallace Deborah Riefe Wilson ANNUAL FUND: $116,646 DONORS: 163 PARTICIPATION: 40% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** ◆ John H. Wallace Sarah Reese Wallace ◆ Deborah Riefe Wilson Robert Lee Wilson OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Alexandra Lutzow Cole Judith Tanner Moon Richard S. Neville Robert G. Vallee, Jr. CHARTER CIRCLE** Randall E. Curran John R. Hammond III Stanley B. Kinsey C. James Levin Sarah P. MacDowall Pamela Downey Plouhar Elizabeth Myers Plymate Nancy Gibson Prowitt Mary McCrea Simkins FOUNDERS CIRCLE Douglas J. Bark Rebecca Gernhardt Cox Gerald W. Hallett Kathryn A. Huber James N. Kleinschmidt dec Cynthia A. Maritz Darlene Montgomery Ryan Sara Crossman Stratton Cynthia L. Vernon PATRONS CIRCLE Charles E. Bokar Meg Carey Born Jean Hellings Brinkmann Christopher L. Callahan Nancy Bain Cunning Ronald J. Dean Peggy Brown Dwyer William E. John Jeffrey G. Jones Teresa Martella Kelly Dennis R. Kruszewski Steven D. Marlin Ellen S. Miller Thomas C. netzel Jan B. Robitscher Daniel A. Saver Sara Francis Saver

1974

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: E. Webb Bassick IV W. Charles Bennett

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Jane Crum Seigel Patricia Hollister Sutton Jeannie Mulligan Swanson John D. Thornburg Anne Harter Tobik David M. Warner Barbara Hamilton Wilson BUILDERS CIRCLE Diane Dredge Anderson Kimberly Johnson Arrington Marymae Gingrich Beaty Leon H. Bell III John Carl Brinker James E. Bromwell, Jr. Wendy Waggoner Bruestle Thomas R. Cath Marc E. Cooper David R. Duncan Suanne Hirschy Early W. Blaine Early III Kris Maroon Faulk Karen Hardin Fedor Mark P. Gadson Ted A. Gibboney Philip H. Godfrey II William A. Gray, Jr. Margaret Kissling Greising Elizabeth nesbit Halbert nancy Frebel Hoard Suzann Van Sickle Holding Pamela Hathaway Horton David J. Hunt Jeannette Iles Joseph C. Jessup Lauren Meurisse Johnson Richard S. Johnson James H. Jones Jonathan C. Kasdan Thomas G. King Barbara Steele Kniskern Randy S. Kurek Maria Banegas Leidecker Steven J. Loring Thomas W. Mariner Gregory L. Mast Jennifer East Mast Sarah Melton Melton David J. nelson John L. Oberrieder, Jr. Marsha Gaugler Oberrieder Elizabeth McBride Olin David L. Oliver Larry R. Raymond Julie Tsaros Rominger Kelvin L. Roots Jan Walton Rubsam Bruce E. Sampson Teresa Kuebler Sampson Sarah A. Sayger Anita Pinson Schausten Jane E. Schoonmaker Susan Vogel Sevin Thomas M. Sheasby Kathryn Reeves Shroder Timothy S. Simer Deborah Behuniak Simon Steven M. Still Cheryl Cruea Tanner Elizabeth Godfrey Terry Helen M. Truax Stephen C. Turley Deborah A. Ulrich Debra Thompson Vaky Martha Hawthorne Wolfe CONTRIBUTORS William G. Alberti Janice Riester Apple Brian Bruce Baber Kenneth H. Behrendt Roger Dale Boyer Sarah Smith Breck Donna Morris Burroughs Pamela Schweizer Cameron John F. Chapin Susan Miner Cirigliano Jan Joselane Clavey Kathryn Lewis Dierkes Jane Everhart Cynthia Bates Gamble Howard L. Hartman Barbara Little Hendrickson Jacquin Johnson Herran Nancy Stooker Hill Brenda Wright Hoffman Sharon Blythe Hu Richelle Nauert Hughes Christine Hewlett Kinsey Deborah Lauridsen Kleist Nancy Leis Kota Timothy Carl Lesch Mary Timms Mardiguian W. Stiles Meredith Jan L. Miller Claude A. Mullins Linda Kampenga Mullins Linda Hartzler Murray nancy Shafer near David C. Ott Patricia unger Pernicano Jean B. Pfaff Anthony L. Quinn Peter E. Ritz Linda Andrews Saboe Rose Bishop Savini Timothy P. Sheridan William A. Shipley Frederick K. Teeter, Jr. Philip W. Trammell Leslie Routt Turner Sandra Bekins Von Riesen Rebecca Fortenbery Widmer Julia Harper Woodrome GIFTS IN MEMORY OF James n. Kleinschmidt SPECIAL GIFTS nancy Leis Kota Richard S. neville John H. Wallace Sarah Reese Wallace OTHER GIFTS Deborah Mills Barker FOUNDERS CIRCLE Tamara Boston Anderson Julia Yanson Boswell Patricia Smith Choban Rebecca Reasner Cleveland John R. Jewett, Jr. Katherine L. Keck Gail Vanthournout Lanznar Patricia Smith Reff Steven L. Reff Catherine Krumwiede Robertson Thomas E. Robertson Steven T. Roess Rebecca L. Shedd Colin P. Smith Lynn Beré Stine ◆ Kim W. Suchy PATRONS CIRCLE Charles E. Barbieri Pamela R. Clinkenbeard Barrett J. Corneille Peter M. Dayton Pamela Allen Diliberto Susan Foley Hinkamp William B. Koenig Richard B. Kotila A. Lawrence Lund III Michael J. Neff Rebecca Hawk Roess John R. Thornburgh Charlotte Mason Warner Randy R. Wells Deborah Hill Wyght BUILDERS CIRCLE Susan Ball Allsop Janee Minar Aronoff Sue A. Beesley G. Kirk Bennett, Jr. Margaret Cash Bennett Elizabeth C. Burtelow Candace Clark Cady Walter G. Cox, Jr. Scott Layne Davis Michelle Belval DeVito Janet Marx Fortune Jamie Leschansky Fullenkamp Sharon Sanders Gammon Karen Cadieux Gissy neil T. Goltermann Monty C. Grover Richard Leo Hellmich II nancy O’Donnell Hellyer Carter Hiestand III H. Allan Hull Richard A. Huser Anthony P. Isch Elizabeth Coe Jones Kreg S. Kephart Carol Hughes King Michael R. Kinney Terry Zinkil Kretchman Paul S. Kruse Neil J. Kurland Deborah Andersen Leipzig Leslie Butler Lydick Janice Carrigan Mains Susan D. McCombs Mary McTague McDaniel Douglas R. McFarlan Susan Brown Meeneghan Susan Mobley Moore Lynn Miller nichols Katherine Roth nunn Beth Granger O’Connell William H. Rohrer Cynthia norrick Sargent Paul P. Secrest Charles W. Shook Clifford J. Shultz II Elizabeth Ogilvie Simer Blake H. Turner Alison M. Walker Joel R. Walters Wendy Bockstahler Wickliff Carol Moyer Zaczkiewicz CONTRIBUTORS Donna Hollister Abbatiello Patricia Lasley Allen Judith Splittorf Arnold Barbara Murray Badgley Sara Coapstick Best G. Michael Brubaker Susan Compher Brubaker Kim Frank Carroll Janet Casey-Allen Patricia M. Cassiday Elizabeth Liederbach Coffman Joan Prox Conard Jane Willander Danis Dane R. Daugherty Frederick J. Doremus Bonnie Combs Etters Christine Watson Feichter Patricia Seaton Hearson William A. Heierman Jeffry L. M. Hendrix Jane Stewart Holden John W. Holden III Alan L. Holland David C. Kolbe Barbara Taylor Lehmann Kathleen Auchter Leighton C. Linda Lundquist David S. Matthews Kimberly Powers Matthews Debra Johnson Meredith Doris Mahoney Miller Frank W. Morris Leslie Lindquist Neil Daniel L. nordsieck Gail Hoffman Perna Amanda McFadden Power Douglas B. Price Michael A. Revnes George Steven Ritter nancy Alexander Ritter Robert D. Romeril, Jr. Agnes King Rud Elizabeth Hirsch Shearer Cynthia Bailey Shemela Scott A. Shewalter Janet Whicker Stephenson Thomas N. Swift II Teresa Peters Thixton Michael M. Thompson Michael L. Walton Jay S. Whitney Paulette Bridenhager Worcester Miriam Ball Yutzy OTHER GIFTS John n. McHenry David L. Straight TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Timothy C. Collins EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** James R. Gates PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** ◆ Christine Boeke OLD GOLD CIRCLE** David S. Goltermann David L. Harlor Douglas S. Hynden Melanie nicklas Hynden CHARTER CIRCLE** Mary Morrison Ardington Susan Suckow Barkhausen Robert R. Carpenter Mary Glover Dodds Jane Brazes Funke Mark W. Grannon ◆ Greg T. Greenwood Ingrid Grujanac Kay Lee Loving neff James L. Powers, Jr. Scott F. Russell Russell M. Schwartz Abigail Mathers Wodock FOUNDERS CIRCLE Mark A. Ahlemann Victoria E. Cornelius Katherine Harcourt Hallett Helen Hall Kasper C. Robert Krebs William David Pendl Julia Kelly Smith Lisabeth Fortune Somerville Jeffrey J. Stengel Kimberlee Fitzgerald Taylor David M. underwood PATRONS CIRCLE Susan Haynes Austin Laura K. Bailey Babette Arbogast Boling Richard C. Boling II Jeffrey A. Boyll Sarah Holtzman Cartwright Arlene Burnside Crow Gregory A. Crow Anton G. Florian Mary Danielson Foxwell Eric W. Fredbeck Kenneth R. Frick Steven J. Herr Richard H. Kelly Kurt Edward Kingseed Elizabeth Barcus Leitch Robert S. Lukemeyer II Jeffrey R. Millard Terry Kaiser Park Victoria Gilbert Peters Steve A. Steckler J. Scott Troeger Yvonne Quarles Waller Sarah Kile Wells Lawrence J. Zelenz BUILDERS CIRCLE Stephen M. Aker Jody Witherspoon Barry Richard A. Bittles Cary D. Bussema ulysses M. Clayborn Jane Lambert Doerge ◆ Charles W. Foxwell Bruce V. Gallup Ann Lancaster Giauque Sarah Jewell Gibson Susan Gilbertson-Beadling Patricia Strauss Grant Mark H. Grimm Melanie Thexton Hall Jeffrey D. Hallgren Jarrell B. Hammond ◆ Kristine Hoffman Carol Porter Hupp George K. Jeffers, Jr. Christine E. Kaeser Constance Chadwick Kean Jeanne Albrecht Kurtz Catherine Pfluger Lewis Michael G. Luegers Margaret Joyce Magnesen ◆ Cecilia Maron-Puntarelli Vincent A. Moore April Scarpelli Mosser Diane norman norman Katherine Gallant Nutt Anne Page David S. Pickard ◆ Salvatore J. Puntarelli, Jr. Wayne A. Sayre ◆ Mark Small Janet Butler Spadoni Larry C. Spears Donna J. Sprague Lynn Bryant Still Gerianne Stevenson Stohlquist David C. Thomas Randall H. Veatch Rudolph F. Vogt III David M. Walker Helen M. Weeks CONTRIBUTORS Shanna Underwood Bradford Brenda newton Brown Joan Mullen Carlson Cynthia Cox Curnutt Linda Hoyt Curts James W. Davis John M. Donnelly Scott G. Hardin Kris A. Hayden Susan Showalter Hayden Elizabeth Fitkin Hazard Kathy Romack Hoffman Aimee Guest Hucek Barry L. Klipsch Julie Ehman Knostman David J. Koepper nancy Wegener Kwiat nancy Anderson Lary Deborah Triebel Loyd Gary C. Martin Karol Mason McIntosh Nancy Emmert McNab Linda Bailey Meyer Michele Lariviere Moon n. Randolph Oliver nancy Lanigan Porter Carrie Phillips Quinn Michael D. Ricks Scott A. Ritchie Laura Wilhelm Roberts Christian E. Sampson Robert R. Scully Laura Adamson Selm Donald S. Smith Kerry Tracy Smith William L. Stearns Kimberly J. Stewart Louise Harrop Strack Christina Younce Thomas Jamie T. Tyson Joseph C. uhl Gretchen Warner Sharon Thomas Williams

1977

CLASS CHAIR: Kim W. Suchy ANNUAL FUND: $42,969 DONORS: 147 PARTICIPATION: 36% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Cynthia A. Gossett CHARTER CIRCLE** Paul S. Detlefs Linda K. Ernst Milo F. Hanke, Jr. Julie Reynolds King Robert L. Krouse David W. Manly R. Matthew neff Steven W. Peterson Peter D. Prowitt Melissa Tharpe Smith L. Carr Trovillion, Jr.

1978

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Charles W. Foxwell Greg T. Greenwood Kristine Hoffman Cecilia Maron-Puntarelli Salvatore J. Puntarelli, Jr. Mark Small ANNUAL FUND: $157,995 DONORS: 143 PARTICIPATION: 32%

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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
Annual Fund Gift at Work
Mark R. Stanley Michael J. Stuart Nancy Duesing Takaichi Blake S. Tollefsen Peter H. utterback Dianne K. Vargo Allen Wallingford Kathleen Robison Weiss Katherine Williams Wineberg Louisa A. Witten Barbara Brown Young CONTRIBUTORS Martha McClain Bell Jane Corrado Biggar Karen Luce Branding Terri Gregory Brotze Steven E. Brown Susan Koenig Brucks Kathleen Bensie Chapin Elaine K. Crabtree James R. Cramer Todd A. Curtis Philip R. Davis Susan Schaeffer Denney Helene Juratich Doll Marybeth Hucek Downey Michael A. Dudley Leslie Dustman Fenwick Rebekah Phillips Folkens Karen Carr Furlong Maria-Matilde Pieters Gray Terri List Green Linda Johnson Hammond Bruce A. Haupert Mark E. Hosking Leslie Bates Johnson Amy Dolan Malaney Peter B. March Julia Calhoun McLaughlin Carl n. Mehlhope Mary Sullivan Mehlhope John T. Melangton Theresa E. Melloh Gregory D. Morrow Rhonda Chertack Murray William S. Myers Michael E. Olsen Stephen C. Owens Thomas D. Patterson Pauline Prince Steven D. Ray Lovell L. Roe III Keith J. Sanborn Timothy E. Sellers Jennifer nichols Skodinski Sara Patterson Smith James A. Stevens Keith R. Tookey David J. Truelove Joe H. Vaughn Kathleen L. Walker Denise Coyne Wilson SPECIAL GIFTS Richard L. Phillips, Jr. Gilbert H. Reese OTHER GIFTS Peter H. utterback OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Elizabeth Gray Goltermann Holiday Hart McKiernan Blair Anderson Rieth, Jr. Donna Love Wallace Hugh J. Wallace CHARTER CIRCLE** W. Douglas Davidson Theodore E. Mioduski, Jr. Timothy K. Neufeld John T. Roberts Robin Richey Roberts Michael C. Rubino Sarah Englehart Standley Christopher B. Torie ◆ Ann Baur Whitlatch ◆ James L. Whitlatch FOUNDERS CIRCLE Robert S. Apatoff Vicki Garrison Apatoff David D. Biggs Leslie Freeby Daugherty Randall R. Dwenger John W. Faulkner Daniel J. Hasler Paul D. McDougal Margaret Goettle Rush Kimberly Brodersen Schlotz William J. Schlotz John I. Taylor Lisa Dietz Young PATRONS CIRCLE Rebecca Ambrose Barnes David n. Croop Laura L. Cvengros Stephen Daly John D. Fetters Jan Lukens Fredbeck Jeffrey L. Hodge Marcus Kosins, Jr. Melissa Schneider Nachman Robert P. nesbit Catherine Lyall Norris Bonnie Schiffman Pearson Brenda Beck Seger Sue E. Stemen Barbara Martin Tubekis John B. Wildman Susan Lewis Woods BUILDERS CIRCLE Paul R. Allison Patricia Stevens Ardery Samuel Richard Ardery Cheryl A. Armstrong Christi Lindsley Barrett Kristine Peterson Beimford Durfee Snyder Betts Kent A. Billingsley, Jr. Peggy Howell Boyll Ronald K. Boyll Anonymous Elizabeth Wolfe Bull Barbara Huls Carter Kelly A. Cichy Douglas S. Clift Richard A. Coleman Earle M. Combs IV Andrea J. deVoursney Diana Patterson DiSabato Jeffery G. Dorrel Julia McQuiston Ferneding Carolynn Smart Fields Julie Green Fisher Michael P. Giauque Ann A. Gregson John K. Guild, Jr. Dianne L. Hardin Thomas C. Hillman Steven M. Hotopp John C. Kesler Katherine Enander Lindholm John C. Mason Susan C. nichols Teresa Sizer Pickford Catherine Hague Pierson Jeffrey J. Porritt Carole Fox Porritt Steven H. Pratt Susan Koenig Reed Kathleen Megenhardt Roth Richard M. Roth Aaron R. Smith Douglas A. Stanley Margaret J. Stepniewski James E. Swearingen Tracy Dentel Swearingen Cynthia Carll Thie Richard J. Thrapp Patricia Jacks Walker Robert L. Ward Melissa L. Young CONTRIBUTORS Deirdre Kern Abbott Laura Mills Allread Elizabeth Weil Betts Joanne D. Bosky Robert S. Breger Michael W. Burke Jill Heitzman Carlock Phillip L. Cooper Lindsey Richards Crawford Christine Bies Curtis Teresa Hoenig David James D. Davis Cece Shearon Ely Terry Bowlin Evanger Walter B. Geoghegan III Suzanne Laparl Green Stephen P. Harris Mary J. Hartung Patricia north Harvey Linda McFarlin Haywood Michael C. Henn William J. Hoenig 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 Margueritte H. Kuhn Gail C. Livermore Deborah Barritt Lyons Elizabeth Greene McCune Robert A. McDonald Ellen Summers Mullarkey Connie Clements Mutterspaugh Carolyn Cook nichols Scott H. nichols Patricia Matthei O’neil Kristin Johnson Posey Kathryn Peterson Quinn Diane Lippincott Reich Sarah Jones Reincke Caryn Stetzel Sarvich Kelley S. Shaw Terry A. Sites Grant Norris Slocum Susan Frazier Teitelbaum Madeleine Durham Thomas Richard B. Thomas Lynda Visher West

Music student enjoys DePauw’s offerings
As a high school student in Batesville, Ind., Jorie E. Moss ’11 did it all, actively involving herself in 10 extracurricular activities. Here at DePauw, with support from an Annual Fund gift from Christy umlauf Moberly ’82 and husband, Michael, her activities are more focused, but certainly no less intense. Moss, who plans to double major in vocal performance and German, practices both voice and piano several hours each day. She participates in the Chamber Singers choir, which led her to China last January for a Winter Term tour. An aspiring opera singer, she performed last spring in DePauw’s production of The Abduction of Figaro. She also manages the box office in the Judson and Joyce Green Center for Performing Arts, ushers for School of Music events and works in the drama department’s costume shop. Moss hopes to take part in a study abroad program in Vienna, Austria. “This will allow me both to participate in a prestigious music program and to improve my German skills. I can’t think of a better way to kill two birds with one stone!”

1979

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Kyle E. Lanham Michael B. McCracken Liz Purdy Porter Gilbert H. Reese Susan Leis Thiele ANNUAL FUND: $84,561 DONORS: 144 PARTICIPATION: 35% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Steven L. Trulaske OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Kyle E. Lanham CHARTER CIRCLE** Jeffrey M. Bernacchi Mary Scovill Bernacchi Sally Henning Carpenter Glenn E. Davis Susan Melberg Davis Megan Lewis Haddox Frank A. Hoffman Michael J. Morrison Cheryl Waldron Musgrave Robert P. Musgrave II ◆ Liz Purdy Porter ◆ Gilbert H. Reese ◆ Susan Leis Thiele FOUNDERS CIRCLE Elizabeth Bottorff Ahlemann

James R. Allen David A. Conrad Karen uhlir Conrad Byron Wade Daugherty Juliet Horton Flory Sue Mueller Lanter Patricia Downey Lowe David W. Martin Douglas K. Martin ◆ Michael B. McCracken Barry L. Nelson PATRONS CIRCLE Keith R. Anderson Linda Woods Armlovich Verne Lance Barnes Sally Saltsman Frick James A. Hall Anne Johnson Harris Carol Funk Ives Robert T. Ives Cynthia Coridan Klee Ruth Chadwick Moore Mary Johnson Moran Kerry E. Notestine Richard L. Phillips, Jr. David A. Poggemeier William J. Roess 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 Bradford L. Anderson Debra Messenger Anderson James H. Barrett Kenneth W. Beadling, Jr. Victoria Edwards Bennett William D. Bischoff Margaret Kissinger Boynton Arthur A. Bryant Douglas P. Conner Tracy Gibson Conner Laura Anderson Cramer Gregory J. Ensing Mark A. Fowler Mary Pauszek Gallup David Martz Grant Mary P. Hellmann John D. Hixon Sarah Harman Hunter Douglas E. Johnston Daniel B. Kinsey Mary Helmen Kinsey Beth A. Lafferty Tracy N. Long Kris T. Ludington Marcy Hoffman Ludington Bruce A. Myer Donald M. Phelan Maurie Jones Phelan Laura Evans Ringland Thomas B. Shearman III Deborah Capp Spartz

1980

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Ann Baur Whitlatch James L. Whitlatch ANNUAL FUND: $89,727 DONORS: 151 PARTICIPATION: 36%

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Gifts at Work
Philip E. Randall Kimberley Kelley Rhoades nancy Krebs Riggs Catherine Vickerstaff Roe Carol Deagan Schuler Julie Wiele Stainfield Susan Campbell Thews Elizabeth Orlow Tidd Kenneth S. Tramel Stephany Speicher underwood Eric J. Vale Mary newton Veerkamp Stephen W. Wasz Lawrence J. Weber, Jr. OTHER GIFTS Thomas L. Potter Thomas C. Dugan Ann Beth Gibson Susan Stark Hilt Steven D. Hoenig Elizabeth Bailey McIntire Karen A. Meyer ◆ Kenneth A. Owen Lynda Wisehart Sherer William H. Tipton John J. Wasz BUILDERS CIRCLE Philip M. Acker Anne Guild Adams David G. Allaben Anonymous Kevin R. Armstrong Kathryn Shook Bates Ann Stucky Bickford Kevin B. Bradshaw Janet Cristee Clark Mary C. Daly Delmar Earl Demaree III Jacquelyn McElfresh Emperly Douglas B. Evans Blair P. Faber Matthew R. Fischer Sharon M. Foster Christopher O. Gentry L. Mark Geoghegan Judith Stading Gettleman Greg C. Gibson Margaret Mullen Gibson Michelle Strater Gunderson Carol D. Gurney Joel C. Hammond Marc S. Hayden Tamryn Maione Hennessy Kara Moseley Hensley Karen Robinson Jackson Amy Clouse Knochel Julie McBride Kolettis Jill E. Lewis David S. Lippie W. Duncan MacFarlane Kimberlee Schoonmaker McConnell Mark R. McConnell Timothy Edward Meyer Ann E. Miller Robert E. Mitchell, Jr. Jennifer Davis Moy Bruce David Myrehn Michael G. neill Michelle Palmer neill Mark E. newton Elizabeth Miller Niesen Dayle A. Ohlau Claudia Hansen Pierson Mary Jones Regan David E. Reid Susan Stevenson Sims Karen Myers Stanley Judith noblett Steinberg Steven J. Stroman Patricia Carey Stryker Ann Thompson-Zeiler Loren Cerone Tozer Donna Brown Veatch Kathryn Svoboda Vermeer James L. Wheeler Kenneth A. Wieland, Jr. Brian K. Wind Gayle Syska Young CONTRIBUTORS Lisa Cheney Bennett Mark A. Brant Beth A. Buser James C. Carlino Dianne R. Chase

Winter Term in Costa Rica “one of the most incredible experiences of my life”
There’s no doubt that St. Louis native Edwin “Ted” P. Jacobi ’10 is a leader on campus – he plays goalkeeper on the soccer team, acts as treasurer for the ice hockey club and is a philanthropy officer for Alpha Tau Omega. During last January, he learned a great deal about contributing off-campus – and out of the country – as well. Jacobi took part in a Winter Term in Service trip to Costa Rica led by Jeanette K. Pope, associate professor of geosciences. His participation was supported by a gift from the William F. Lamar Winter Term in Service Endowed Scholarship Fund. Established by Daniel L. Schwarz ’83 and his wife, Amy, the fund honors former university Chaplain William F. “Fred” Lamar Jr., who led many Winter Term service projects during his tenure. Jacobi’s team helped refurbish a rural school and also built a hatchery for leatherback turtles. Jacobi refers to the Winter Term project as “one of the most incredible experiences of my life” and adds, “Twenty days in Costa Rica awoke in me a desire for cultural understanding and appreciation, and it has helped me understand that there are many different ways to live a successful and happy life.”
Jeannine Mcneill Wolf Joan Hirschman Woodward GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Lisa E. Drack Kevin R. Thompson Patricia Jacoby Cook Julie Brinker DeWitt Tracy Lyday Farrell Susan J. Gallion James G. Gilmore, Jr. Jody Tweed Gullifor Jill Tanner Kamman Bradley L. Pearman Priscilla Hader Rose Bruce Stephen Terlep Marsha Brown Webster PATRONS CIRCLE Jeffrey Clyde Bird Greg A. Bond Candace Johnson Daly Marco L. DeLucio Michael F. Dieckmann Anne Trudgen Dillon Shannon Coghlan Eades LeAnne M. Faulkner Lee McCarty Fruhling Denise Clodfelter Halloran Susan Turner Mathew John R. Norris Gregory L. Padgett Ruth Dorworth Padgett Keith G. Peterson Donald T. Popravak Daniel H. Ransdell Dawn Swain Segelken Bradley J. Tandy Julia D. Terhune Jane Marshall Thomas Vicki Rampelberg Walsh John P. Woods BUILDERS CIRCLE Beth Stewart Barrett Judith Yount Bealke Melvin A. Bedree Mark A. Boyd Margaret A. Busard David J. Carr Catharine LeFevre Cattabiani Kathy Peters Christian Caren nitschke Chung Charles M. Colburn Karla Kreisher Combs Pamela Miller Crain Ann T. Daly Joan Kuhl Davis Maureen Thomure Emoff Kester Li-Jen Fong William Bradford Foote Lisa Raible Gladson Julie Duncan Goltermann Karen Vancader Goodwell Jill Taubensee Havey Lisa A. Hendrickson Ann Flickinger Higley Susan Stechschulte Hilbrich Herb Wylie Hoover Jacob R. Jackson Robert P. Janowski Beth Hootman Kazer Julie McFadden Lindsley nancy H. Lutz Elizabeth Whitlow Mackintosh Robert S. Martino, Jr. Jane Oberlin Mason Melissa Phillips Meyer Sarah Dewart Morrison David M. Owen Randy M. Pavlick Patricia Gorrell Peake Jane Pheiffer Petree Todd W. Ponder Thomas L. Potter Kris Bubenzer Smith Jennifer Frier Sparks nancy Schumacher Stream David G. Stringfellow Linda Walpole Taylor Suzanne Kermes Tobin Gary L. Wood CONTRIBUTORS Priscilla Snow Algava Joseph J. Atria Mary Toth Ayers Susan Scheibling Burford Susan Mackay Burke Susan West Burriss Vic K. Burriss Charles Douglas Carey Martha Darling Carey Elizabeth Rogers Church Cynthia Hollows Creek Jeffrey L. Creek Laura Biggs Ericson Robert A. Farris Maria Mercedes Fernandez Beatrice Elizondo Fitzpatrick Robert L. Fitzpatrick Karen Albert Frankenberg Renee Morr Grawcock Beth Stephenson Greenwell Linda Hesson Grice Janelle Hartsell Heise David M. Hellmich Gary R. Hosking Tari Parkison Hughes Brian R. Joesten Mark W. Kepchar Mary Schneider Kesan Thomas Richard Kleinschmidt Jayne Proudfoot Klose Barbara Ring McKone Paula Kramer Miller Raymond G. Muraida C. Shea nickell Carilee Phillips O’Banion Greg O’Herren Kimberly Faber Olsen Susan Wochos Opp William n. Orn, Jr. Cline William Owen Wendy Putnam Pierce Margaret Edgeworth Randall

1982

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Kenneth W. Coquillette Deborah White Davila Kenneth A. Owen ANNUAL FUND: $121,214 DONORS: 159 PARTICIPATION: 35% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** ◆ Deborah White Davila ◆ Todd R. Roberson Michael Scott Welch OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Melody Stevanovic Key Christy Umlauf Moberly Anne Boyd Norris David S. Norris CHARTER CIRCLE** Susan M. Ansel Christopher W. Bear William J. Butler John C. Cassidy Susan McNichols Cassidy Carrie Melind Coquillette ◆ Kenneth W. Coquillette Catherine Curtis-Van Duzer Melinda Walthers Dabbiere Bradley S. Fuson Tracy Cochran Garrity John David Gislason Laurie Mann Klion David W. Kroeger Laurel Hine Oztemel Helen L. Poorman Gilbert D. Standley FOUNDERS CIRCLE Thomas S. Bridges Carole A. Clause Mark J. Conklin Robert A. Frauenheim Leslye Jones-Beatty Mark T. Muraida Joseph P. O’Leary Kimberly King Roberts James W. Stevenson, Jr. Virginia Stephens Terlep Dawna Sinnet Wilson PATRONS CIRCLE Laurel Brown Andrews Deborah Guttman Carlisle Ginger Saunders Dieckmann John J. Dillon III Robert J. Doyle Pamela Arbuckle Dugan

1981

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Kim Klinger Butler Luis R. Davila Janet Risi Field ANNUAL FUND: $92,832 DONORS: 156 PARTICIPATION: 37% PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** ◆ Luis R. Davila Marian Blew Roberson OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Glenn F. Carlson, Jr. Judith Banker Castellini ◆ Janet Risi Field CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Kim Klinger Butler Katherine Cassidy Detlefs Carol Warner Golder Alan Preston Hill Mary Powell nelson Terri Weese Neufeld ◆ Kay E. Pashos Stephen E. Pinaire Ann Meeker Ryan John F. Stevenson Pamela L. Zdunek FOUNDERS CIRCLE nancy R. Baird Jeffrey Blair Conner

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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
Alan W. Clark Maryanne B. Clark Lynn Williams Cluskey Tonia C. Cooper Susan Clift Crump Duarte M. Da Silveira Jane Decker Dowler Saralee Schacht Dugdale Scott A. Duncan Sarah Anness Evans Craig William Graham Ana Bacallao Harshaw Patricia Hart Hoge Richard J. Hoge Carrie Cooper Howe Thomas J. Howe Kyle Wilson Jacques Dorothy Quinlan Klei Carijane Alley Kluger Amy Miller Marschand Gabriele Goerlich Nash Peter T. noonan Lawrence D. Pitsch Philip J. Quattrocchi Kenneth D. Randall Patricia Freeman Rang Carolyn Parks Rex nancy Rider Riley Beth C. Ritchie Lisa E. Ritter Jerome L. Rud Thomas M. Schneider W. Wade Smith Elena M. Solero nancy Schilling Stanwick Therese Finn Tencate Bonnie Hensley Webb Thomas C. Weibel Jennifer Martinson West Edward P. Whalen Adair Dages Wheat Mary S. Whetstone ANNUAL FUND: $90,259 DONORS: 184 PARTICIPATION: 40% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** ◆ Brynne Williams Shaner OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Christopher L. Johnston ◆ G. Richard Locke III James M. Mullin Lance A. Swank CHARTER CIRCLE** Kimberly Bass Gulli Ann Lamport Hammitte Scott D. Kuiper ◆ Daniel L. Schwarz Kelly Chapman Weadick Timothy L. Weadick ◆ Cynthia Watson Yingling FOUNDERS CIRCLE ◆ John T. Axelberg Laura L. Bishop ◆ Barbara Pontius Bowman ◆ Cynthia Treadwell Bridges Robert B. Brown Melanie Owen Champion Stephen P. Champion Dean P. Cobble ◆ Christopher R. English ◆ Daniel R. Fox ◆ Sydney Mitchell Fox Cynthia A. Garrison Amy Wilmer Hill David W. Hills Karen Hurst Hills R. Keith Howard Steven W. Huber ◆ Betsy Baker Laskey ◆ Thomas P. Laskey, Jr. Kenneth E. Merriam Leslie Dunn Nutt Julie Parker Stevenson ◆ Scott W. Thiems PATRONS CIRCLE Thomas B. Andrews Diane Chiapelas Archibald Scott W. Bethke Anne E. Bingham ◆ Margaret Wilder Camuti Elizabeth Mernitz DeLucio Paul D. Fredrick Andrew C. Hawk James A. Hill Benjamin P. Hohman Christine Boland Holliday Anne Webster Kramer Anne Stromberg Luedeking nicolette Polite Martell Robin Barnett Oldfield Kerri Arndt Roselli ◆ G. Douglas Stewart ◆ Stephanie Rychlak Stilson ◆ Todd Carlson Stilson Suzanne D. Van Hove ◆ Bruce B. Wiland Elizabeth Fremgen Williams Catherine Reece Yoder BUILDERS CIRCLE Patricia Bennett Stroman Richard T. Born ◆ Megan McAuliffe Boschini Allison Brashear Wendy J. Burger Renee Doll Campbell Tara Walker Clark Kimberley Wheat Condas Kristin M. Conklin Laura Sursa Crampton Sarah Sturmon Dale Allyson Foster Danis David S. Dewey Joseph F. Egan David S. Ensing Carrie Reavis Erzinger Anne Vollette Fischer Mark S. Flegenheimer Susan Burney Fletcher Timothy A. Frey Laura Belfiglio Gold Linda nye Heitzman H. Andrew Henrikson Edward C. Holub Sharon Fulton Hoover Mary Matson Latta Brian J. Lee Tenley Heskett Lippie Nancy Riker MacDonald Meredith McCornack MacFarlane ◆ Ellen Dinerman Malone Philip E. McDonald Maribeth Mosher McElveen Dwight L. Miller David A. Morris Kimberly Holycross Myrehn Shelley Clark naum Greggory A. notestine John D. Peterson Valerie Julien Peto Laura H. Pichon Peter H. Pogue Emily Lindstaedt Pollander ◆ Michael P. Protogere Edward A. Reser Lesley Nelson Reser Alice E. Ridgway Gretchen L. Rohm Elizabeth Morehead Schluckebier Sarah Schnepf Anne Spolyar Sellers Stuart K. Steele Tina Sukapdjo Douglas D. Thomson Douglas J. Van Brunt Patti Parkison van Eys Eric A. Vonderohe Amelia Chope Whalen Julie Williston Wind William J. Winslow Ann M. Woolman Dorie Bergstrom Ytterberg CONTRIBUTORS Susan Landgraf Batina Stephen E. Bennett Suzanne Engle Brinker Carolyn Adams Burns Martha Taylor Burtenshaw Kathryn Koch Campbell ◆ Peter M. Casper, Jr. Debra Markstone Castino ◆ Denise Anderson Da Silveira David L. Dakich Mary Henderson Duncan Susan E. Dwyer Gregory P. Fontaine John D. Garrigus Lynne Rolph Grantham M. Scott Grantham Jennifer Thiem Greifer Elizabeth Ofsthun Gross Laura Claire Haas ◆ Jennifer L. Hession Jeri Lyday Hise Debra Smith Hughes Suzanne Swiatek Jeffers ◆ Eric M. Jensen Heidi Kaufmann Joesten Elizabeth Schaltenbrand Jones Pamela Ann Kelly nancy Chester Knickerbocker Edward D. Krukowski Craig W. Landis Cynthia Greenberg McDonough Julia Mathews Meneghin Carolyn Robertson Meyer Alison Misiorowski Mickelson Kay Stoneking Miller Thomas T. Miller Linda Handy Morehead Scott A. Morehead Lorraine A. negley Anne Gibbs Nostrand nancy Zadigian O’Brien Linda Liebl Odioso Valerie Mora Ovaert Brenda Hansen Pollalis ◆ E. Mitchell Roob, Jr. Sandra Matthys Roob Mollie Helmen Salette Frank P. Scommegna William R. Shinn Mark J. Sitz Vickie Carpenter Sitz Susan Ciessau Smith Tamara Randall Smith Paul G. Sommer Steven Wayne Steinway Andrea Lewis Thibodeau Anna Fenoglio Tift Charlotte Yordy Waldon Jeffrey C. Weber Haley Barger Whalen Jennifer Thoman Whaley Julia J. White William L. Wise Debra Doyle Zablock GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Brian Burton Hoover GIFTS IN HONOR OF Elizabeth Morehead Schluckebier Cynthia Watson Yingling SPECIAL GIFTS Daniel L. Schwarz OTHER GIFTS Peter H. Pogue ◆ Andrew B. Buroker Lisa Hildebrand Crandell R. David Edwards Susan Haney Kozak ◆ Michael C. Lueder Catherine Cockerill Moran Martha Weddell nicholson FOUNDERS CIRCLE Ruth Myrehn Brown Emily Elliott Browning Amy Ebner Buck David M. Findlay Ellen Lipe Fliss Todd W. Fliss Cynthia Sutton Freiwald Virginia Vonnegut Hahn Elizabeth Hughes Krebs ◆ Kathryn Senseman Laudick Laura Cochran Reavis K. Blake Schlabach Stephen E. Strup Jennifer Harris Thomas Jeffrey W. Westhoven PATRONS CIRCLE Brian H. Ahlborn Ann Schueler Bair Lisa Blair Banker Laura L. Bilodeau Robert D. Britigan III Margaret Broxon-Bethke Susan Hoeppner Cristiano Jeffery W. Davis Anne Turner Deetz Jennifer Kneisley Ferguson Stuart J. Ferguson Michael C. Hopwood Keith Kenter Kraig A. Kenworthy Elizabeth Basquin Krause Francis J. Lolli Lorraine Dunn Martin David G. Martyn Douglas R. new John D. null Stuart B. Smith Michael S. Wallace BUILDERS CIRCLE Susan Stringfellow Ainsworth Kathleen Chomeau Andrews Mary Hammond Atkinson Dirk E. Baker Katherine Sparenberg Baker Paula John Bartel Elizabeth Helm Beans Marjory Altwies Beiswanger Kimberly Langhout Benson Amy Robb Bolazina Donald A. Bolazina Elizabeth Copher Browning Kenneth H. Bushelman Jana Mattison Cain Jane E. Canright Allen R. Cantrell Elisabeth Jacks Cantrell Lisa Michaels Carlson Erin Buck Clark Lynn Woodruff Colburn Sara nelson Couron Mary Burnham Curtis Eric C. DeHaven Kathleen Betsill Dewey Thomas F. Donohue Lisa Hohnstreiter Faber Timothy W. Frost Janet Sunderman Glennon Ellen Flint Godfrey Allen R. Harkness David S. Hathaway Jennifer Knapp Henrikson Tracie Dick Hoffman Kathleen Burek Huntington Colleen Mackin Jackson Laura O’Keefe Jensen Steven H. Kennett Julie Paris Klosterman Kenneth F. Klosterman, Jr. Brian D. Kluever Claire Gilbert Kluever Linda Johnson Kozak Deborah Train Lackey Amy Stevenson Magura Stacey Whittier McCarthy Juliana Bialek McGrew Lynn Beimdiek Morris Thom J. Morris Thomas A. noonan Douglas E. northcutt Anne McDonald Peterson Angeline Shaneff Protogere Russell H. Riggen Joseph H. Rohs Jane Morrison Roy Jennifer Walter Ryba Marcia McGahey Schmidlin norma Holzmeyer Schmitz Larry B. Scott Susan Sherman-Broyles ◆ Lark Morgan Stark Suzanne D. Strater Sheri Smith Stukel Douglas Scott Taylor Lisa Blyshak Thomas Linda Walker Thrapp Brian R. Vanderglas Carlos F. Viejo Kurt I. Voigt Ralph B. Watson nancy Krigbaum Wise Karin A. Zuckerman CONTRIBUTORS Mimi A. Awad Lynn Sanders Banks Thomas C. Bayer Scott M. Benson Jo nichols Blanton Kimberly West Brinn Mark A. Buening Stephen Manuel Calenzani Kevin P. Cassidy Jean Kleinhelter Catron Pamela Kern Clippinger Susan Mellin Coney Phillip Frank Cramer Saberina Bishop Crone Crystal D. Crowdus Kyle Tweedy Davis Elisabeth Blauw Degenhardt D. Todd Dillon Mary Beth Palmer Duffy Drew D. Dunlavy Garrett J. Elam James L. Fagg Valerie Seckman Farman Kenneth L. Fellman Cindy Tibbetts Frey Gregory A. Gelzinnis Melanie Long Gibbs Richard C. Glisson Lillianne Bruere Godfrey Florence Sullivan Gorman nancy Wieland Greger Melissa Lofton Guinn Michael Kirt Guinn Sandra L. Gyorgyi Rebecca Neal Hancock Thomas H. Kaczkowski David Glen Knott

1983

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Christopher L. Johnston Betsy Baker Laskey Thomas P. Laskey, Jr. Brynne Williams Shaner Stephanie Rychlak Stilson Todd Carlson Stilson REUNION COMMITTEE: John T. Axelberg Megan McAuliffe Boschini Barbara Pontius Bowman Cynthia Treadwell Bridges Deborah Brandt Buehler Margaret Wilder Camuti Peter M. Casper, Jr. Lisa Cripe Cripe John V. Crowe IV Denise Anderson Da Silveira Christopher R. English Daniel R. Fox Sydney Mitchell Fox Daniel B. Griffith Jennifer L. Hession Eric M. Jensen G. Richard Locke III Ellen Dinerman Malone Michael P. Protogere E. Mitchell Roob, Jr. Daniel L. Schwarz G. Douglas Stewart Scott W. Thiems Bruce B. Wiland Cynthia Watson Yingling

1984

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Andrew B. Buroker Kathryn Senseman Laudick Michael C. Lueder Lark Morgan Stark ANNUAL FUND: $99,912 DONORS: 190 PARTICIPATION: 38% TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Marshall W. Reavis IV PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Lawrence E. Young, Jr. CHARTER CIRCLE** Anonymous

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Michael D. Krauss Deborah A. Lawrence Stacy M. Long Patricia Arthur Lowe Bonnie Glass MacDonald Thomas C. Mendez Richard K. Mott Laura Ventura Mowery Karen Hopkins Murphy John C. Otteson Pamela J. Para Joan Schreier Paris Monica L. Pawinski Stephanie Kordas Penman Tavia S. Pigg Lee n. Polite James E. Ransdell Vernay N. Reindollar III Allison Anderson Robertson Denise Vallee Sauter Gregory L. Schenkel Charles D. Schmalz Matthew T. Smith Heather J. Snead Sonya Roether Staffan Carrie L. Torres Karen Vrdolyak Jeffrey W. Walkington Sarah Young Walkington Bradley K. Weatherbie Mary Amos Weldon Anne Ringer Whitlock Susan Shea Winston GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Richard Paul Steele SPECIAL GIFTS Martha Weddell nicholson FOUNDERS CIRCLE Jack L. Cameron Stacey Noonan Carter Emily D. Cline James A. Crossin III Megan Jones Gregor Karen Carlson Howard Patricia Montgomery Kovach Lori Spoon Rafkin Lori Anderson Schlabach Kimberly Bruninga Smith Rebecca Brumbaugh Thiem ◆ Jeffrey H. Travis Thomas A. Trowbridge Robert D. ulmer PATRONS CIRCLE Laura Johnson Beeler Cynthia Lewellen Coble Sharon Kirby Ermilio Jennifer Robinette Fairlamb Remington P. Fairlamb IV Julie Stutz Fogarty Steven A. Guild David C. Hess Christina M. Horn Darrell R. Johnson Patricia Lilly Kenter Paul S. Kittaka Craig P. Martin Kim Vanderkolk Mirowski Betsy Stelle Morgan Christopher A. Nichols Gregory R. Ohm Michael S. Prakel Robert E. Quast Gary M. Radz Lori Battenfield Stewart Kelly Wodetzki Strader Thomas M. Strader Kristin Schurmeier Wallace Mary Hunter Wedding Susan Seifried Wiland Scott C. Wilson Stephen C. Wilson Renee Predmore Wynn BUILDERS CIRCLE Mary Elizabeth Axelberg Lori Rehn Bechthold Denzil P. Bennett II Linda Reust Black Richard J. Bonaccorsi Kristin Kagler Burbank Christine Serrani Carlascio Lynne Ferguson Chapman Nancy Groves Chmura Michael S. Corriveau Mary-Beth Coty Douglas L. Dell ◆ Raeann Ruder Derrick Desiree S. Dimond Brett P. Edwards Brent M. Ehrman Rebecca Ruehl Farley Jane Lancaster Fitzpatrick Eric C. Frye Sibley Smith Frye Catherine Ward Funderburg John W. Gibson Roxanne Berry Gilbertsen Bradford S. Grabow Linda Lukens Grider David W. Johnson Andrew E. Jones Matthew D. Jordan Kent G. LoPrete Ruth Roettger LoPrete Lisa Baggott McCauley Philip n. McKelvey Daniel R. Miller Joel D. Myers Janet Barbre norton Ben L. Pauley John W. Pruitt Kristen C. Rohm Michelle Haddox Schwartz Lesley Heiberger Sims Carol Hoopengarner Smith Steven R. Smith Susan Neubacher Stevens Natalie Richardson Thomas Sarah Valle-Snyder Cynthia Stromberg Vander Laan Mary Halfmann Voigt Deborah A. Wade Jeffrey A. Ware Calvin R. Warner Jeanne M. Widing CONTRIBUTORS Jeffrey M. Bay Katherine Gross Boger Kathleen Oakey Brightmore Jennifer Parker Burrus Sarah D. Carrigan Thomas J. Clark Melissa Hermann Dakich Daniel K. Davidson Kristin Lundy DeMello Jane Carpenter Frech David W. Funk Karen Breckenridge Gernstein Brian K. Gran Karen Rife Hallier Marsha Wise Haworth Erin Sizer Hellmich Steven A. Hellmich Patricia Gilligan Jakupco Thomas W. Karbowski Timothy M. Kirby John F. Lombardo II Lorelei Ward McDermott John Stuart Mill III Holly Blythe Minke Michael J. Moskos Alisha Johns novak Elizabeth Cartwright Otteson Scott H. Pearson John K. Ramer Andrew C. Ray Anneli Vecchi Richter Sherry Gross Scircle Michael B. Sellers Christina Wilson Sholl Annette L. Smith Christine Trentadue Smith Mary Geoghegan Stephens Jill Stephens-Hynes Diane Sharp Strader Cynthia L. Sutton Lorraine Phillips Vavul Sava Alexander Vojcanin Stephen P. Walker Paul D. Winston Craig J. Woods GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Chad C. Kostel SPECIAL GIFTS Marvin E. Flewellen Kent G. LoPrete Ruth Roettger LoPrete OTHER GIFTS Michael T. Lee

1986

CLASS CHAIR: Jeffrey A. Cozad ANNUAL FUND: $61,326 DONORS: 163 PARTICIPATION: 35% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Anthony J. de Nicola Margaret Crowe Mitchell 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 Lisa Turner Schmidt Michael C. Schmidt FOUNDERS CIRCLE Marcia Engel Alden Cathy A. Bryant John H. Hauser Michel Williams Hauser Thomas G. Lueder Jill Robertson McNay Faye K. Ogasawara Gene R. Thiem Audrey Gillis Wessman Kenneth L. West PATRONS CIRCLE Susan Risk Bottum Philip J. Cawley Caryllon Cummings Huggins George G. Huggins Timothy S. Huston Christine M. Koman Kristin Wiese Lillibridge Mark W. Lingen Mart G. McClellan Jessica Lumsden Ruppert Peter G. Ruppert Penny Price Smyth Carolyn Stone Stacke Scott E. Stacke Beth Squires Stein Ann R. Volle BUILDERS CIRCLE Laura Clingman Backus Theresa McCann Bagley Anne Christy Ballentine Jeffrey R. Ballentine Ann Devlin Barrett Elizabeth Dean Borgogni James V. Cerone II Guy W. Chapman Christopher M. Ciepley Robin J. Clark John D. Cooper Mark E. Davis Stephen C. Denison Carole Irwin Donohue James P. Dunmyer Timothy S. Edwards Susan Hohlfelder Ferreri Lyle T. Fulton Daniel M. Greising Lori Gulan Hamrock Kerry Leatham Hands Jeffrey A. Hansen Terry L. Harrell E. Parker Hays, Jr. Keith P. Henglein

Elisabeth Hildebrand-Taylor Charles F. Hudson Patricia Sparenberg Hudson Joel L. Johnston Barbara Harmon Lapean nicholas S. Linardos Tamara Lewis Lynch Drew W. Lyon Laura Keeler Lyon Adrienne McKenzie McCrady James E. Mcnichols James F. Meyer Marilyn Miller Monahan James R. Morrison Christine Williamson northcutt Mary Williams nuss Jonathan A. Orr Michael L. Parbs Raymond G. Piedmonte Margaret K. Poulos Peter W. Steelman Sara Hatfield Steelman Scott D. Stetson Susan Barrett Sullivan Kathleen Byrum Suss Kevin Otis Sweeney Richard G. Tull Jennifer L. Vesper Timothy J. Vieke Jennifer Dyke Ward Bruce D. Williams Ronda Hamaker Williams Susan Eaton Yianakopolos CONTRIBUTORS Joanna Strayer Amberger Robert J. Angeli Anonymous Geoffrey O. Apgar Brenda L. Baker Eric G. Baker Thomas Scott Ballard Dora Hardman Black Colleen Ryan Carstens David J. Chalmers Stacy Hedges Champagne Douglas V. Cleaves Shirley Adler Clements Kristin Breen Cloonan Angela Gubitosi DiGiovanni Doni Driemeier-Showers Daniel J. Dunaway Cheryl Marvel Edwards Heather Smith Engel Susan Mahan Fasig Christopher M. Finch Laura Francis Friedlander Arthur P. Goodell Gregory D. Gordon Michelle Johnson Gordon Jennifer Steele Guebard Todd L. Hamilton Barbara Cote Harmon Susan Selis Heyniger Kara Riessler Jacobson Alyson Woods Kaczkowski Jessica Smith Karbowski Susan Zachritz Kelleher Christine Olde Kjos Lori Rosekrans Klinedinst Mark R. Koenig Wendy Leinbach-Stricker Robert D. LoPrete D. Scott Looney Erin Allyse Mahoney Mary Peebles McCaig Elizabeth C. Miller Deborah Dugan Morton Michelle Melin niemeyer

Linda Lischka Olson Marcia Spencer Owens Kimberli Barton Pfeifer J. Todd Poole Susan nichols Pringle Catherine Shoemaker Richey Deborah Hardy Ruckstaetter Carla Hale Sheets Carl P. Singer, Jr. Stacy Aschenbrener Singer Angela Arihood Sleeman Stephanie Somers John D. Stefany Michael D. Stehlik Carol Pontius Taylor Gregory D. Taylor Patricia Pace Temple Peter R. Temple Anthony G. Thompson Vincent P. Truax III Phillip E. Wendel John K. Wise GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Rebonna Hansen Bromund SPECIAL GIFTS Anthony J. de nicola OTHER GIFTS Sharon L. Heinrich

1987

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Stephen n. Combs Laura Parsons Schoch ANNUAL FUND: $50,019 DONORS: 170 PARTICIPATION: 35% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Laura Parsons Schoch CHARTER CIRCLE** Robin Wieland Daniel William K. Daniel II Sarah Clark Dillon William C. Dillon Brice H. Dunshee Laura Runyan Dunshee Robert J. Fleschler Scott A. Fredrick Todd G. Gardner David J. Ihlenfeld Elizabeth Fitzsimmons Raab Michael G. Raab Jeffrey D. Wood FOUNDERS CIRCLE Stephen R. Battreall Susan Seat Battreall Stephanie Paine Crossin David W. Hasenbalg Susan Peters Lange Robert B. McBride Robyn Nave McBride Kevin B. Morse Alyson Brown Navarro Amy Reavis Noden George W. norris Kimberly Hinkle norris Leslie Alexander north Richard W. north Carolyn Lukens Nyren John O. Renken Todd C. Rumsey Jeffrey J. Stacey Susan Pittman Travis

1985

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Raeann Ruder Derrick Jeffrey H. Travis ANNUAL FUND: $117,060 DONORS: 160 PARTICIPATION: 37% EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Douglas I. Smith Kathy Patterson Vrabeck OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Newton F. Crenshaw Jennifer Lindamood Darnall Matthew S. Darnall Marvin E. Flewellen Sarah Lewis Johnston Todd D. Mitchell CHARTER CIRCLE** Sally utterback Abarr Bradford E. Crandell Andrea Adsit Edwards Kent M. Grathwohl Jennett McGowan Hill Sarah Race Huesing Janet L. Johns Mark T. Lancaster Jonathan Thomas Locke Kathleen Galliher Locke Charles J. nelson David D. Riefe Susan Sampson Riefe

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PATRONS CIRCLE Elizabeth Rydell Bejarano Dennis E. Bland Vicki Wilson Bohlsen David B. Coolidge David M. Dickens Robyn Ratcliffe Manzini Kristin Roehr McClure Carol King McDowell Kent A. Ono Kathleen Meredith Pearson Cynthia Rankin Rauschert Mark C. Rauschert David D. Robinson Brian W. Schymik Karen Stehlik Sear Steven M. Sear neil C. Toussaint BUILDERS CIRCLE Sherri Modrak Ashby Ann Woods Bruehl Christopher A. Buck Judith Geoghegan Burbach Stephanie Caudill Clifton Janet Wakefield Dunmyer Linda Ely Falotico Mary Flynn Flynn Jeffrey D. Gaunt Daniela O’Leary Gill George B. Gill Melissa Bates Green Kathleen Detrude Groninger Bradley Frank Hayes Geoffrey E. Heekin David L. Hollander Diana C. Hossack Carie Rogovich Kennedy Donald G. Kennedy Laurie Hinson Kohrs David B. Langhout Lisa Sriver Langhout Elizabeth Tinsman Lee Amy Stutz Lettes Mark D. Locke Kelly Grow Mains Martha Boston Majetic Darcee Fisher Mauger Charles A. Miller Brett C. neubert Donna Stretch Osuch Cynthia Young Peters David M. Peters Janet Rostron Piedmonte Stephen M. Reynolds Susan Wise Riggen Jennifer Lundgren Salerno Joseph H. Short Mark J. Sifferlen ned S. Sizer II Kimberly C. Smith Susan McCarthy Stetson J. Brad Voelz Daniel G. Walsh Geoffrey W. Weaver Chad F. Winston Adam K. Wise CONTRIBUTORS Kimberly Westhoven Apfelbach Leigh Lisby Balay Michael P. Baldwin Liisa Penrose Balzar Patricia Bare Grounds Mark H. Bennett norene Lippincott Bennett Terri Tyler Black Pauline Young Brett Kristin Ker Bruton Karen Yahnke Bump Mary Jeanne O’Gara Burger Rebecca Fleming Calwell Lynn M. Cameron Joseph T. Charles, Jr. Charles W. Chestnut Kevin L. Chumlea Jill Hall Cleaves Sarah Morehead Combs ◆ Stephen N. Combs David G. Farquhar Eric P. Froedge David M. Galle Teryn Price Gilmore David A. Greiwe Karen negley Groenweghe Mary K. Guiden Michael D. Halaschak Todd R. Hansen Teri Bernacchi Hanson Elizabeth LeDonne Harkins Elizabeth Stis Immer Kristin Johnson Johnson Karen Strasma Koenig M. Scott Lewis Catherine H. Lusheck Michael W. Lynch William C. Matthews Brian E. McCann Tami L. Morris Martina Steelman Mosley Stacy Biedermann O’Brien Kristina Hemwall Orticelli John B. Oviatt III Julia Pickett Petr Kimberly Edgar Pionzio Jeffrey C. Pittsley Kristi Sheahan Ponder Laura Gallina Poole Vicki Freeman Pugh Kelley Sweeney Rakow Erin Hinkle Records Janet McLeod Ryan Melanie C. Sargent Maureen Foley Schabel Christopher M. Schmalz Elizabeth ueding Schoenfeld Eric E. Schoenfeld Kara Peterson Schroeder Bradley C. Sellers David G. Sharp Elizabeth newell Shawaker David L. Siegel Gina Pobanz Siegel Deena Oselka Skaja Neal Y. Smith John A. Snyder Todd M. Strader John B. Stringfellow Susan Owen Teson Janet Love Trout Kristy Dalby Truax Tracy Weston Turner GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Beth Ann Morrison OTHER GIFTS Janet Love Trout Isabel de Penaloza Kramer Sarah Fischer Lannom Kellie Clevenger McCarthy Matthew J. Miller Peter J. Munson Mary Sullivan O’Brien ◆ Sarah Guild Smith Nora E. Sneberger Jennifer Clarkson Soster Susan Adams Steffy ◆ Michael J. Traylor BUILDERS CIRCLE Betsy Arnold Adams Evan M. Anderson David M. Bagley Kristine Thorlton Batross Randal D. Biederstedt Dianna Minnick Boyce Mark A. Burgess Shannon Lynch Burgess Kevin M. Burns Thomas R. Conrad ◆ Cynthia Dugan Curnow Kristy Atkinson Dhaliwal J. Walter Duncan IV Michael A. Edwards ◆ Robert W. Eherenman ◆ Daniel M. Falotico Lisa Brickley Fink Camille Wickett Gaughan Douglas M. Glowe Susan Elkins Goldsworthy Jennifer Wiley Gould Jane Reinhardt Griswold Mathew T. Griswold ◆ Colleen Konicek Hannigan Lyle R. Hardman Cynthia neil Healey Timothy S. Holt Luanne Stanley Hook ◆ Shelley M. Hunter John H. Keenan IV Russell O. LaMore Timi Watson LaMore Thomas S. Lewis Tracey Bellamy Lewis Angelo J. Loumbas Cynthia Belcher Maves Elizabeth Reller Moragne Heidi Schmid Ottsen Michael L. Ottsen Ji Young Roe Thomas R. Sells James M. Sterba S. Todd Sturgeon Kennan R. Sullivan Julie A. Trowbridge Julia Thompson Venetis Beverly King Weaver CONTRIBUTORS Ellyn Ikeda Alt Rebecca Ranney Anders Karen Barg Baldwin Marjorie Meeks Blalock Stephanie Merrick Blaser Amy Herrin Borders Lisa Krukowski Bote John L. Brett Kelley A. Briles Harold R. Buchholz Michelle Savage Caw Anthony R. Colletti Alexandra Lamson Compton Debra L. Cowdell Carol Strom Currie Julie Bowman Dobbs Stuart J. Dobbs Carol Johnson Dooley

1988

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Jennifer A. Bauer Michael J. Traylor REUNION COMMITTEE: Dean Adams Maribeth Steimle Busey Judith E. Cahill David C. Coquillette Cynthia Dugan Curnow Margaret Hanson Donoghue Robert W. Eherenman Daniel M. Falotico Kevin R. Frailey Gregory J. Gerard Colleen Konicek Hannigan Shelley M. Hunter Blayne R. Smith Sarah Guild Smith ANNUAL FUND: $58,941 DONORS: 166 PARTICIPATION: 38% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Maribeth Steimle Busey Arthur W. Chick ◆ David C. Coquillette ◆ Margaret Hanson Donoghue Ann Stephenson Holsonback CHARTER CIRCLE** Megan Reese Edwards Katherine Roob Fleschler ◆ Kevin R. Frailey John W. Schwarz FOUNDERS CIRCLE Brendan D. Anderson Elisabeth Shorney Hamilton Mark B. Hamilton William B. Harting Lynn Hunt Kosup D. William Lange Barbara Wallace Rumsey ◆ Blayne R. Smith Scott R. Swan PATRONS CIRCLE ◆ Dean Adams Treg W. Balding ◆ Jennifer A. Bauer Christopher M. Curtis W. Gregory Fox James P. Getgey Burton L. Hagler Amy L. Jay David J. Kirk Molly Davenport Kirk

Gifts at Work

International travel expands poet’s work
Eugene Gloria, associate professor of English, is a well-traveled scholar and respected poet. The author of two poetry collections, Hoodlum Birds (2006) and Drivers at the Short-Time Motel (2000), Gloria melds his scholarly research into his writing and teaching. The writing and research he did in Spain as part of his 2002 John and Janice Fisher Fellowship inspired many poems in his second book as well as a first-year seminar on the soul in literature. During the spring of 2007, support from a faculty fellowship gave Gloria the opportunity to spend two months living in Kyoto, Japan, researching Japanese literature and meeting Japanese poets. Most importantly, however, he had the chance to experience the culture and environment of Japan, invigorating and inspiring him with new ideas. “In the guise of research, things just sort of happen and unfold,” Gloria says, recounting a chance meeting with a 94-year-old poet who knew the famed Theodore Roethke. “You just have to be open.” His research in Japan led to Gloria’s experimentation with an ancient form called haibun, a hybrid of prose and poetry popularized by the 17th century poet Matsuo Bashō. Haibun normally combines prose about travel or everyday experiences with traditional haiku. Adapting it to his life and experiences, Gloria has written some haibun poems of his own, one of which will appear in The Louisville Review. He also more thoroughly introduced the form to his students here at DePauw, bringing a little bit of Kyoto to Greencastle.
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nancy Holbrook Drinker Charles M. Ellis Donald u. Ellsworth, Jr. Angela Tate Eugenio Terese Rhodes Faulkner Stephen James Franz ◆ Gregory J. Gerard Ronald M. Gifford, Jr. James M. Gladden Jeffrey M. Gordon nancy J. Gritter Michelle Silkowski Hackett Allison MacDougall Hamrin David L. Haney Diane Smyth Hansen Susan Dixon Harbison Wendy Wise Haskell Molly Munn Hensley David A. Hinchman John E. Hoffmeister II Janice A. Hornaday Jennifer Nichol Horsey Brenda Beesley Hurst Jennifer Williams Jensen Dana Drew Johnston Cara Hess Jones Geoffrey D. Klinger Karen Klingaman Kopseng Tracy B. LaBonte Angela Martin Mattingly Ann Morehead McClellan Holly Robb McCoy Douglas A. McElhaney Ilze Berzins Miller Jennifer King Molyneaux Kevin M. Morris Melinda Arnold Moser Katherine Hershberger neuser Holly Cheesman northam Erica Okone Stephanie Stutsman Osha Elizabeth Clifford Oursler Jane Galiene Oviatt Paul D. Pearson Xan Davies Pearson Timothy M. Pugh Steven M. Ray Caryn Greer Riemer Joseph E. Rigotti Kent H. Rinne Douglas O. Rist Kimberly Starr Rist Janet Head Roberts Leanne Tremper Schaller Anne Stalley Scholen Leslie M. Short James W. Silkworth Melissa Kline Skavlem Jennifer Turner Stanek Elizabeth Christman Tryon Brett R. Vanderkolk Julia A. Weise GIFTS IN HONOR OF Ann Morehead McClellan OTHER GIFTS Geoffrey D. Klinger OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Scott B. Ullem Joseph E. Ukrop CHARTER CIRCLE** Caryn Cockerill Anderson Michael A. Chabraja Barbara Miller Compton Charles A. Compton Victoria Schug Dycio Wendy Ellis-Gardner Mitchel T. Everhart Ann-Marie Henry Myers Elizabeth Hentze Owens Jami Gibson Patterson Brent E. St. John ◆ Dale Gossard Stevenson John G. Stevenson Lauren Kiely Willis FOUNDERS CIRCLE Cynthia Mayer Carr Richard L. Hallett II Douglas Hallward-Driemeier Lora Khosh-Morse Christine Szillat Messerschmidt David R. Rehn Jennifer Johnson Rehn Rebecca L. Relic Heather Weems Swan Katharine Duncan West PATRONS CIRCLE Caren T. Althauser Brian C. Betsill Michele Merrill Betsill Melissa Grunnah Chevalier Karla naggs Coolidge Stephanie Frederick Croaning Lynn Woelfl Dickens Kris Emens Gaziano Mary Beth Glotzbach Nancy Palmeter Harkness Scott A. Harkness Dianne Fenton Karoly Frank M. Karoly Kevin A. Krakora Catherine Ann Larson Marcia Van Nest Smith Janet Byrne Thabit Brent R. Thompson Heidi J. Walter Bryan M. Webb BUILDERS CIRCLE Sally ulmer Anglim nancy Fox Ardell J. Allan Arnold Kimberly Adams Beck Rachael Andrew Boezi Gregory D. Bray Kimberly Baker Brown Kathryn E. Budd Christopher T. Cantwell Diana Carson Chapman Adam D. Cohen Timothy D. Cronin Patrick E. Crossin Laura Coppoc Cummings Douglas S. Dove Ann-Clore Jones Duncan Laurie Boothby Eichelman Leah Schoenfeld Foutty Melinda Maine Garvey Jane Boatman Geller Rebecca Voss Goertzen Carolyn Haynes Hardman Elizabeth Hart Helms James M. Hinshaw Kymberly Bailey Hlavin Amy Best Hollander Mary Majewski Holt Stacia Stanford Lozer Jeffrey S. Main J. P. Matzigkeit Philip William McCauley III Kathryn Hendricks Mills Ann M. Murphy Sharon Kaczala Parbs Cynthia Meyers Plate Charles G. Skidmore Cia Karampas Souleles Bryce T. Stewart Robyn Russell Stewart Thomas D. Strup Lisa Taylor Sturgeon Kristin Jones Tegethoff Julia Chalmers Werner David W. Wood Susan Geeslin Woodhouse John M. Yarger CONTRIBUTORS Alice Houston Abney Carol Lawson Barrett Leanne Longstreth Batchelder Karen Platt Bearman Todd D. Bess Laurie Tacheny Borden Deneen Troutman Brennan nicole Brock-Masterson Mary Bieghler Brodt Kristie Weimar Burke John D. Calacci Caryn O’Brien Callanan Julie A. Camarillo Amy Cozad Challgren ◆ Devon Wade Crittenden Frank E. Danaher Cary R. DeGraaf Gina Montemurro Ehlman Mindy Laukitis Ellis Jill McWilliams Everhart Amy Fredrick Fetterer Ragnar V. Flesvig III Sheri Adams Gladden Brian J. Goslee Nancy Orn Grobengieser Michael A. Hackman Mary Card Harbaugh John V. Hollensteiner Brian J. Jaworski nicole Brattain King Allyson Wylie Klak Jack A. Lawrence Joan Richards Lawrence Thomas L. MacMillan Eric R. Marshall Patrick E. Meyer John A. Miller Max A. Miller, Jr. Todd M. Myers Shara G. neidell Daniel E. nelson Debora Hewitt Neumeyer Robert J. noecker Cynthia Havenstein nugent Robert H. Osha Robert S. Perry Sandra Ferrell Ragle Philip R. Ratzer Marlene McQueary Richter Jennifer Smith Rodriguez Darcie Eglen Rueschhoff Toya Sherrod-Sarpy Dennis J. Stehlik Melissa Straubinger Stehlik Martha Libka Sutherlin Jill Dawn Thompson Jeffrey S. Tomlin Christopher E. Tucker Katherine Kaweske Tucker Brad J. Wilson Russell D. Young OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ John W. Busey II Amy Orlando Paine Caroline Campbell Porfilio CHARTER CIRCLE** Jon D. Lundy Deborah Mitchell-Nagpal Amy Haugk Osborne Scott E. Osborne Katherine Cornelsen St. John Kimberly Rodman Starke Kristina Thomas Trinkle John W. Wehrenberg FOUNDERS CIRCLE Philip W. Cecil Todd M. Cleveland Jennifer Pancoast Cochran Gregory J. Goetcheus Jeffrey F. Knupp Robert A. McMahon James T. Oakey Chad B. Peters Cheryl noel Ross nathan M. Ross Mark E. Smith PATRONS CIRCLE Mark J. Bransfield Brent W. Coil

1990

CLASS CHAIR: John W. Busey II ANNUAL FUND: $53,909 DONORS: 145 PARTICIPATION: 31%

Endowment Gift at Work

Rediscovering a revolutionary 18th century woman writer through a faculty fellowship
Brussels-born writer Cornélie Wouters was a woman who defied convention and still defies description. “She was a proto- lots of things,” jokes Associate Professor of Modern Languages (French) and 1993 DePauw graduate Carrie F. Klaus. Klaus journeyed to Belgium during a sabbatical last year to learn more about this fascinating figure. With support from the Dean and Martha Dunlavy Mitchell ’51, ’52 Faculty Fellowship Fund, she is continuing her research on Wouters, as well as other writers of that era. Writing in Paris during the later 1700s, Wouters left behind an allegorical text about the American Revolution, a science fiction work about a trip to the moon, and even a letter to the French national Assembly, boldly arguing that Jews should be admitted as citizens. If all that weren’t enough, she produced translations of contemporary texts as well. History has forgotten many European female writers of the pre-revolutionary period, Klaus contends, excluding them from the compendiums that pass along “major writings” from one generation to another. The result is a pre-conceived notion that women writers in 18th century Europe were rare and certainly almost never published. not so, Klaus explains. Women had a definitive place in 18th century literature, and thus in the intellectual life of the times. In resurrecting our memories of such women as Wouters, Klaus hopes to help her students see the entire era anew.

1989

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Dale Gossard Stevenson Scott B. ullem ANNUAL FUND: $56,049 DONORS: 152 PARTICIPATION: 33%

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AnnuAL HOnOR ROLL of DOnORS
Kathleen A. Collins James P. Croaning John B. Ditchman Amy Williams Getgey Jeffrey G. Gibson Rebecca Miller Goggins Jennifer M. Gosnell Debra R. Johnson Robert S. Johnson David N. Keeler Mark D. Kleehammer Melissa D. Lancaster Anne Heller Morrissey Elizabeth Boxell Morse Peter A. Morse, Jr. Angela J. Okragly Eric W. Ossmann Elizabeth J. Pielsticker Joseph Q. Pindell II Andrea Heslin Smiley Harry C. Smith Evan S. Van Metre Jennifer Auburn Van Metre Ellen Shideler Wheeler Helen Huisinga Zimmerman BUILDERS CIRCLE Craig H. Adams Emily A. Backer Bridget Hynds Bain Betsy Haugh Berman Jon R. Bosler Kelly Rathje Brandon Alice Holdeman Cooper Melissa Waggoner Dieckmann Scott P. Dieckmann John H. Dixon Meredith C. Dunn Robert H. Giles II Lynn Frazier Goldberg Kathleen Dahlman Hegg Amy Krahn Konrad Karen L. Lang Charles D. Mills J. Brad Morrow Brad A. Pierce Jarvis D. Racine Shannon Garner Rotvold Todd C. Schiltz Amy Youngblood Schuermann Marcia Shooter Strup Curtis D. Towne Mary McCracken Tyndall John D. Waller Jennifer Ruhl Westropp CONTRIBUTORS Christine Dean Aleman Amy Hargrove Anderson Kristen Hague Anderson William A. Anderson Marie Faro Armstrong Robert B. Batchelder, Jr. Therese Ward Bath Heidi E. Bell Sarah Elliott Biles Theresa A. Bissell Susan Jennings Black Robert D. Boone Matthew P. Brookman Michele Herrell Brookman Jody Bauldridge Cabble Joyce Collins Cameron Thomas S. Caw Lisa Petrie Colletti Curtis L. Collins Breta Corbin Cooper Michiko Lloyd Corriette Carrie Larson Davis Laura Geiss Ellsworth Jane Bizal Emge James n. Endicott IV William L. Fetter Robert L. Gauss Brian M. Getz James A. Harmann J. Jeffrey Hederick Katherine Morr Hederick Lisa Fay Hennessey Margaret norton Hoke Leslie Davidson Jaworski Jennifer Behn Johnston Amy Carter Jones Stacy Blome Jones Jessica Gregory MacMillan Melissa D. McDowell Catherine McGraw McGlinch Julie McKeag Meyer Timothy M. Myers Ingrid Gruber Novak David W. O’Brien Cheryl Rambo Pittsford Gary J. Rasmussen Mary Powell Rasmussen Mary Struck Ray Lisa Schlup Reese Elizabeth Duncan Rich Susan Phillips Rozzi Laurie A. Schlueter Katherine Neumiller Schureman Sarah Peebles Schwaiger Gregory B. Shapleigh Timothy A. Sheppard Tracey Thieme Sheppard Matthew J. Smith Pamela Anderson Smith Troy T. Smith Molly Miller Steele Todd R. Steele Catherine Morrison Stowers William E. Wainwright Laura Hatfield Whitelaw Elena Warren Wilson Laura Boback Wolf Creighton B. Wright, Jr. Erika Litterst Gruner Kris C. Gruner Laura Frey Michael Heather Seebass Peters Richard A. Sheppard Jianping Shi PATRONS CIRCLE Richard J. Ashton William J. Bach Shannon Canty Bates Amy Comer Broderick Judith Troyer Deogracias Cherie Blankenbuehler Dolehanty Jeffrey E. Francis David J. Free Julie Janzaruk Jones Rick J. Jones Laura Chabraja Keeler Jotham Zachary Monsma Stephen M. Mooney Laurel Addison newman T. Ray Phillips IV Victoria Schultz Phillips Ashley Earnest Pindell Marc P. Rile Matthew J. Wetoska Susan Umbaugh Wilson BUILDERS CIRCLE Brant A. Bair Norine Cleary Baker Spencer Gulick Baker Stacey Riley Baker Cindy Losure Baraban Ann Roessler Barcroft Jennifer Emmert Berg Luke E. Billman Stacey Muehlbauer Church Alice Bryce Clark Philip D. Clark Tamara DeJong Conrad Karen Fifield Crain Jane Crandall Curtin Caryl Bridges Desserich Jennifer Cook Driscoll Susan Todd Duker Randall D. Ehm Michael Justin Fisher, Jr. Rachel Warner Forward Jon Pierre Fox Brent A. Hall Amy Timmons Hayes Garrett B. Hoffmann Maria Brazil Ianni Richard D. Keeler Christopher J. Kosobud Anjela M. Martin Stacy Wilson McCann Theodore L. McMullen Glenn C. Miller Julie Carson Morrow Raymond J. nealon II Roger L. neff IV Andra M. Pavuls Marla Stanish Perkins Kirk D. Perry Joel P. Riley Melissa McCreery Riley Scott L. Rink Robert R. Ross Jonathan N. Stack Kirsten Speed Starr Jayne Coughlan Stone Matthew L. Supple Elizabeth Ingham Wallis Gregory C. Wallis Jonathan C. Weed CONTRIBUTORS Deborah Fields Alexander Stephanie Kaiser Arrington Misty Ayers-Cumbow Jo Morrow Becco Victoria Roose Bergman Amy Geraldson Bhote Hilary Barton Billman Joshua T. Block John A. Broyles John M. Cassady Todd E. Cumbow Amy Yarbrough Cuomo Virginia Weiss Danz Martha A. Dimmers Elizabeth Felger Ernst C. Matthew Fox Elizabeth Murtaugh Gangi Laura Sherman Getz Graham J. Glander Andrea Rollins Goslee Scott D. Gossett James H. Grant Troy S. Greenlee Sonja Speidel Greiwe David W. Hardy Jennifer Davis Hardy Mary R. Hayes Heidi Shays Heinbaugh Amy Oler Holthouse Andrea Smith Ignelzi Lisa Williamson Jerome Heidi Frielingsdorf Johnson Richard G. Kline Edwin Alexander Prescott LeGard Kelly Key LeGard Peter N. Liebetreu Renee Vaske Liebetreu Pamela Borowski Ludwick Timothy B. Mangas Kelley Moore Manning Bradley J. Marchand Tammy Buckovich Marchand Michele Nicholson Marinko L. Lynn Marquez David J. Marzullo Christopher C. McGrann Derek J. Morgan Laura L. Muir Jennifer Neal Myers Julia Betjemann O’Brien Jay B. O’Neal Jennifer Sandels Petersen Trent T. Ritzenthaler Charles R. Rote Marietta Johnson Scherer Cecily Peterson Sokoloff Amy Ferguson Sweeney Jill Darnall Tanner Gregory M. Thompson Patricia Bonaccorsi Thompson Kevin B. Tompkins Ingrid Wilder-Hayes Jennifer Sherman Wilson Catherine L. Yingling OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Francesca Moroney Cooper Mary Bridges Lyne Dale S. Porfilio CHARTER CIRCLE** Holly Adams Bailey David C. Ferrell Kathlyn E. Fletcher ◆ Douglas S. Gourley Charles W. Hetzel, Jr. Sarah Sargent Hetzel ◆ Heike Cockerill Spahn FOUNDERS CIRCLE Karen Jenkins Borgerding Michael J. Giesecke Christopher S. Gorz Charles J. Meyer Heather Olson Morrow John C. Morrow Christine A. Olson Clarenda M. Phillips PATRONS CIRCLE Stephanie Grieser Braming Derek Y. Brandt Sara Ratliff Brown Alison Winter Collins Mary South Crousore Alfred E. Hackbarth III Tricia Kirkby Hofmann Gregory E. Jacobs nickie Karampas Kahle BUILDERS CIRCLE Jennifer Smith Asbury Allen P. Ashley Kristin Ailes Berrier Laura Rankin Bickle Paul A. Bickle Edward Scott Blackwell J. David Blang Joy Rowe Blang Robert J. Boras Katherine Kless Bradley Gail Reddemann Burnside Rhett n. Cochran Leigh Miller Dally Caroline Rall Diwik Steven C. Earnhart Kara S. Endsley Kimberly Fitzgerald-Moran Jill Frederickson Rayna Vaught Godfrey Milton A. Hatfield Cynthia Thomas Helms Karen Horvath-Wulf Laura Hutton Johnson Amanda Madden Kutoloski Ronald J. Lafferty Anne Holdeman Landrum Rodney E. Lasley ◆ Craig E. Lower Laticia Callecod Miller Amanda Martin Mock Andrew F. nelson Emilio nieves Brian M. Pease Gregory S. Portell Tarini V. Ramaprakash Emily Dicks Reynolds Jennifer Green Robbennolt Jennifer Roessler Schultz Scott L. Silvian John C. Stadler Andrew P. Starr Eric F. Wapole Kathryn Noll Webster Dawn Van De Keere Werk Katherine Tambornino Wilhoit James E. Williams Kathryn Perrin Williams Laura Bond Williams Cindy Herzog Wood CONTRIBUTORS Brian T. Adam Scott E. Alexander Deidre Coil Allender Alexandra Keresey Andersson Kristen Proctor Banbury Regina Wenner Barney Kristen Hall Blanford Lisa Campagnoli Bloom Suzanne Sylte Bowland Daniel P. Callanan niki Bavelis Callanan Kathryn D. Campbell Christine D. Cercone Sven D. Christianson Cassandra Martien Coffey Janet Cull Collins Bret A. Cornn Laura Witte Davis Laura Watson Davis Lisa Stahly DeHart Robert D. Dilts Jamie Coolman Dreussi Jennifer L. Duvall Rebecca Snyder Flanigan Heidi Breidenbach Freeman nicole Dapp Griffin Tim J. Groeling Vincent P. Guimont Amy Elser Hall Sarah Mannon Hanly Anne M. Hardwick Kara Wood Harlan Sarah Tasker Hartnett Brock E. Hastie Mark R. Hoke Matthew J. Keedy Kathryn Hoffman Kister Thomas H. Kister Alex P. Lattin Gustavo Jose Lovato Laura Lingle Luth Andrew J. MacGregor Diana Lacy McClaurin Sheila McDermott-Sipe Elizabeth Brickel Melcher Julie Miltenberger Kendra Gordon More Matthew B. nelson Kathleen C. Nicely Elizabeth Furlong Nickels Max Davis O’Guinn III Bradley S. O’Hearne Sherith H. Pankratz Mary Jane Phelps Mark D. Radlinski Melissa Bassler Rasmussen Gregory A. Rohlfs Mark S. Rye Laura Cunningham Ryser Denette Peck Steele Eddie Lee Stewart Lera newton Straits Carri Stabenow Strauss Diana Morris Sullivan Katharine A. Teegarden Rachel Bone Tuohy Krista Mullman Tweed Paula Kaiser VanDam Lynn M. Wachtman Beth Sturgeon Zukowski SPECIAL GIFTS Michael J. Giesecke Kaari Taylor Vaughn

1991

ANNUAL FUND: $57,430 DONORS: 158 PARTICIPATION: 33% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Isham Jay Bennett Jeffrey S. Cooper Andrew J. Paine III Katherine Blair Ukrop CHARTER CIRCLE** Ellen Johnson Busch Robert M. Busch Courtney Hughes Comer Beth Behrendt Lundy Corey A. Minturn Katharine Post Minturn Dennis A. Trinkle FOUNDERS CIRCLE Lynne Arnold Binder J. Kenneth Borgerding Laura A. Campbell Michelle L. Carnahan Jennifer Carns Carter Cynthia Ullem Christy Matthew Lorimer Demmings Christopher P. Felts Mark W. Finnegan

1992

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Douglas S. Gourley Craig E. Lower Heike Cockerill Spahn ANNUAL FUND: $42,751 DONORS: 146 PARTICIPATION: 30%

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1993
CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Lisa Henderson Bennett André L. Brewer James A. Rechtin Bradley J. Simmons REUNION COMMITTEE: Kris M. Carlson Andrew P. Coolidge Emily Smith Coolidge Scott E. Davis Susan Guldin Fischer Timothy G. Franzen Marcia M. Fuller Kristen E. Hall Amy Symons Hughes Rita Wetterstroem Hyland Courtney Brauneller Lumbley Jonathan T. Macy Jennifer Pelzer Martay Travis S. nelson Troy noard Tamika Ragland nordstrom Eric J. Pardell Brian n. ullem Amy Monroe Van Vooren Tonya M. Walker Laura Hesher Whipple ANNUAL FUND: $69,453 DONORS: 158 PARTICIPATION: 38% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** ◆ Lisa Henderson Bennett J. Jay Busey ◆ Jennifer Pelzer Martay ◆ Travis S. Nelson CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ André L. Brewer ◆ Andrew P. Coolidge ◆ Emily Smith Coolidge ◆ Timothy G. Franzen David H. Lavelle Melinda Nicholson Leighton ◆ Troy Noard ◆ James A. Rechtin ◆ Bradley J. Simmons FOUNDERS CIRCLE Julie Webster Becue Melanie Harshbarger Bella Kathryn Tweedy Boente Joshua T. Borders Sarah Sipes Borders Kepten D. Carmichael Miriam E. Cleveland George E. Fogel Christina Knutson Honos Jennifer Fry Huber Peter J. Huber Robert H. Huff Stuart M. Morton ◆ Tamika Ragland nordstrom ◆ Eric J. Pardell Tyler J. Snouffer Darin E. Williams PATRONS CIRCLE Richard W. Abraham Jennifer L. Barth Dennis J. Collins Ben D. Comer Margaret Tewel Comer Jennifer Tiemann Foley Danielle Myers Grossmann ◆ Kristen E. Hall ◆ Rita Wetterstroem Hyland Thomas Eric Klein Mark E. netherland William Stephen Paul Joanne Garner Perry Jason G. Petrovich Brent D. Reeder Allison P. Stevens Mark A. Toole BUILDERS CIRCLE Amanda Burke Aaronson David P. Allen Stephanie Schmidt Allen Carrie Seaman Alt Kenneth M. Alt Tricia Lund Batson Jeffrey L. Beck Tay B. Bourquein Eric G. Bruksch Jennifer Glanert Callahan Cynthia n. Callender Jennifer Maude Carlin David J. Chase J. Douglas Chisholm, Jr. Susan Abernethy Coates ◆ Scott E. Davis Heather L. Fesko Amy L. Fraser Matthew J. Fuller Kevin S. Gebbia Mary-Kay Tyrrell Gibson Matthew B. Gibson Justin T. Glass Eric K. Habig ◆ Amy Symons Hughes Eric C. Hurshman James Scott Jennings Lisa Gerdes Jennings Suzanne Menne Kirkhoff Jeffery A. Kent Carrie F. Klaus Amy Cook Lancaster Matthew A. Lessall Tege E. Lewis Andrew D. Lindsay Lisbeth A. Lyons Christopher J. Maher John P. Marshall Rebecca Metz Mavon Terri Stevens McConville Stanford K. McCoy Christine Bishop Moore William J. Murphy Mark G. norville Brian S. Perry Tina Pham Deborah Hoerner Price Jamison S. Prime Stephanie Wiley Rodgers Scott T. Schaefer Lori Lindeke Switzer Amy Schnaiter Tyler ◆ Brian N. Ullem Amy Parkinson Underwood ◆ Laura Hesher Whipple Samir Zayed John E. Zimdars CONTRIBUTORS Janna Rieth Andry Jason D. Barth Lauren Stillwell Bernaldo Peter E. Borkon Scott C. Campbell Andrea Helm Collins Samuel R. Cote Susan Richards Daly Katherine Pell Daniello T. Janine Ekulona Peter J. Erickson Bradley P. Fischer ◆ Susan Guldin Fischer David W. Fitzgerald Donald M. Freeman III Julie Ruffolo Gilpin Kristina Kress Hagen Matthew R. Hall Kathryn E. Heeke Robert E. Henry, Jr. Jason n. Hubert Suzanne Strack Jordan Amber D. Kennedy Jennifer Stafford Klinger Suzann W. Knudsen Martha E. LaBounty John E. Lancaster Frederik W. Lehmann Travis W. Lockwood Emily Ott Love ◆ Courtney Brauneller Lumbley Tiffany Madden Lundquist ◆ Jonathan T. Macy Laura Ringle Markley Rebecca Radeck McClintick Terrance O. McKinney Michelle L. Newland David M. nichols Susan Delduchetto Ohler Jeremy L. Rogalski Wendy Hamstra Rosenberger Michelle Aiello Rusie Laura Rice Sherman nancy Peters Sneed Susan Maffett Stevens Karen McKenzie Stewart Julia Laster Swanson Sonya Parta Traisci ◆ Amy Monroe Van Vooren Ivan J. M. Villasboa Sandra M. Way Shawn A. Wietbrock Brian J. Zalewski Mark D. Zimpfer Susan Challoner Zimpfer

Annual Fund
Alumni Participation for the Annual Fund
DePauw closed the 2007-08 fiscal year with a 39 percent participation rate for alumni giving to the Annual Fund – up 2 percent from the previous year. Despite the increase, DePauw still lags behind many peer institutions when measuring the percentage of alumni who contribute to the Annual Fund. If every alumni donor who made a gift to the DePauw Annual Fund at least once during the last five years would contribute to the Annual Fund this year and every year, DePauw’s alumni participation rate would be 59 percent. “The alumni giving rate is one of the statistics that is used to measure a college’s national reputation,” says Lisa Hollander, vice president for development and alumni relations. Alumni giving rates provide a measure of institutional quality for prospective students as well as corporations and [DIAN: Use this chart with the profile titled “19 HR Profile.AF Participation.1990.2000s”. –kps] foundations that consider supporting the university. Loyal annual support, at all giving levels, is an essential factor in increasing DePauw’s alumni participation rate.

1994

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Andrew T. Claar Kevin R. Eskew Julie Tippett Simon Gregory A. Sissel Ellen Morrison Townsend ANNUAL FUND: $27,502 DONORS: 116 PARTICIPATION: 32% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** David W. Martay CHARTER CIRCLE** Anonymous Phyllis Barkman Ferrell ◆ Wendy Fletcher Franzen Michael C. Hetzel Erik A. Leighton Johari n. Miller Kevin M. Miller Adrienne Rasbach ◆ Gregory A. Sissel Eric M. Stisser FOUNDERS CIRCLE ◆ Kevin R. Eskew Andrew S. Graham Megan Grow Graham Kent P. Madden Tyler B. Marsh PATRONS CIRCLE Cynthia Pollock Blaising R. Kirby Brafford Stephen B. Crilly Justin C. Dye James E. Fuson III

2007-08 ANNUAL FUND – ALUMNI PARTICIPATION
Davidson College (N.C.) Carleton College (Minn.) Pomona College (Calif.) 61% 54% 46%

Washington & Lee University (Va.) 46% Oberlin College (Ohio) 42% Kenyon College (Ohio) 41% Sewanee-The University of the South (Tenn.) 41% DEPAUW UNIVERSITY (Ind.) 39% Grinnell College (Iowa) 39% Wabash College (Ind.) 38% Denison University (Ohio) 35%
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AnnuAL HOnOR ROLL of DOnORS
Brian R. Gibson Brian T. Goodman Sarah C. Gormley Kevin D. Graves Stephanie Beck Klein Jennifer Marshall Manns Jessica Rupp netherland Jane Reinhardt Teeter Ann M. Wise BUILDERS CIRCLE Lynn A. Abernathy Julie Strader Baer Nancy Brougher Benincasa Kathy L. Beymer Amy Morgan Boras Jonathan C. Calabrese Michele Howard Calabrese Bryan R. Campion Matthew D. Carpenter Robert F. Croll, Jr. Audra Keitt Davis Edward C. Eisele Jennifer Siekman Fletcher Alison Baxter Giunta Michael A. Giunta Jennifer Hegman Higgins Shannon Twiford Hoar Steven S. Hoar Julie Johnson Hopkins Gwynn Lloyd Hurshman Patrick M. Huse Stephanie A. Johnson Andrew C. Kay Jill Amman Lafferty Haley Perlick Laken Edward J. Meier Audra Busche nelson Jong Kim norville Dyan J. Padgett Jennifer Wurster Polson nissa Wermund Ricafort Magen Elliott Savo ◆ Ellen Morrison Townsend Matthew S. Tyler ◆ Keysha J. Webb CONTRIBUTORS Amy O’Neal Aimonette W. Gregory Aimonette Jeffrey M. Aliotta Melanie Marley Bowen ◆ Andrew T. Claar Clinton V. Cox IV Brian L. Fisher Holly Cheesman Fitzgerald Gail Kramper Geib Kristin Geiger Kathryn Stevenson Geraghty Rachel Ekkens Goad Peter J. Goebel Stacy Eppel Goebel Sarah E. Green Gretchen Yetke Greever Tricia Hanson Harrison Derek S. Hedin Julie Tunnicliff Hobart Jennifer Clark Hopkins Elizabeth Padgett Keith Susanna C. Kemper Sarah K. King Jason W. Kistler Kenneth E. Knutson Tricia Steede Lisa Sarah Priest Lockwood Keri A. Maloney Aaron C. Marx Kristina Hanson Marx Eric R. Mies Natasha Miles-Pavloski Marc H. Ohler Carrie McPike Perkins J. Zachary Phelps Andrew J. Raterman Jill McKeag Reich Emily Kimbrough Roussel Matthew F. Roussel Amy Tucker Ryan Molly J. Salatich Mary Wilson Seitz ◆ Julie Tippett Simon Barbara Rowley Steele R. Lee Steele Jennifer Dalenberg Stockbridge Cindy Koelsch Trenerry Stephen P. Turan Brian C. Willett Germaine Winnick Willett Christopher M. Myers Damon Chase Newsom John E. neyer Andrew M. O’Shaughnessy Matthew V. Pisano Kristin B. Rimington Alison Chaney Shelton Stephen Brent Shreiner Timothy J. Theiler Daniel A. Weas Deborah Schmidt West Murray A. Zelnick CONTRIBUTORS Dana Abplanalp-Diggs Alicia Cannon Alfano Anthony D. Alfano Richard S. Allen Angela Fileccia Bachtel Rick E. Barcus Heath W. Beaver Christopher S. Benne Jennifer Bieber-Barlow Gerald K. Block Heather S. Bryce Carrie Schaefer Bucki David L. Carns Riley Ray Chiorando Ross C. Clayton Byron M. Craft Josh E. Crouse Leslie Wilkinson Cunningham Corinne M. Cusker Geoffrey B. Dains Danielle Ciaccio de Leon Michael V. de Leon Alisa Torres DiLorenzo Julie Lanke Dudrick Kirsten M. Ellingsen Amy Dygos George Karin Tremoulet Grunden Heather Sims Haupert Erich P. Heitman Mark D. Hemker Michael B. Hostetter Susan Dinkel Jensen Kathryn E. Johnson Stephanie Nahra Johnson Sally Grutzner Jones Robert E. Kannaka Karen Reeves King Catherine Burkhardt Kolbeck Leonard M. LaBonar Gregory J. Mann Sarah Hart Miller Anita Smith Murray Kristi Koffel nevin Kristen Tubergen Pantzer Shelley Rutter Payne Anna Klump Pilston Richard L. Pilston Rebecca Marfise Pizana Shannon Sullivan Rauch Patrick B. Roberts Christine nelsen Ryan Deborah G. Schaefer Gregory L. Schwipps Juanita L. Sheely Kelly S. Shoop S. Robyn Snyder Anna n. Squibb Christine Beverly Summerfield Victor B. Thompson Caroline Sullivan Wagstaff Thomas L. Wagstaff Andrew S. Ward Julie Schoop Wemhoff Maurya Reid Wendling

1996

CLASS CHAIR: Susan Pavone Christopher ANNUAL FUND: $19,978 DONORS: 129 PARTICIPATION: 37% CHARTER CIRCLE** Matthew P. McCollum Mark C. Melchiorre Sara Toole Miller William David Saxby Steven J. Setchell Laura Williams Town FOUNDERS CIRCLE David E. Crook Erin Linville Curley Kimberly J. Haas Douglas F. Hastert Thomas A. Kiepura II Matthew B. Rager Lowell S. Smith Paul D. Watson, Jr. Jonathan Todd Witter PATRONS CIRCLE Amy Ragan Cooper Denise Castillo Dell Isola James J. Griffin IV Melissa L. Larmon Ronald L. Stiver J. Benjamin Stringfellow BUILDERS CIRCLE Christina C. Anderson John T. Bauman Beth Wesolich Bean Mary Hall Bernheisel Eric T. Brewe ◆ Susan Pavone Christopher Case B. Clay Lorin Welch Clay Alison Hammerschmidt Cockerill Thomas M. Cockerill Chad M. Copper Jami Ka Lynn Cox S. Troy Cummings Tricia Robinson DeLeon Alisha Tipton Delemore Kenya Taray Delemore Cole G. Dunnick John P. Freese Brian Craig Gau Megan Maine Gau Yarymar Gonzalez Charles A. Greene, Jr. Helena L. Guzman Peter M. Hepner Sarah Norris Hepner Christopher L. Hewitt Lisa Notarianni Huse Scot L. Johnston Jason D. Kimpel Michael A. Lawton Joshua M. Leighton Aaron J. Lucchetti Kevin M. Mendenhall Rodrick G. Musser Sara Lyon neyer J. Paul niemann Courtney Turner Paison Curt A. Paison John G. Pfleeger Martha Grayson Pfleeger Joaquin J. Rosario-Cacho Daniel R. Roy Michelle H. Runzer Christopher B. Schubert

Jerry W. Smartt, Jr. Laurie D. Snyder Christine K. Stiehl Matthew C. Thayer Brian Matthew Topper Joshua A. Vaughn Emily Trent Wanezek Eve M. Wright Kathleen Shean Zapata CONTRIBUTORS Elda Patricia Acevedo Christian A. Ach Lottie Pell Barcus Brian L. Boak Lynn Wallis Boak Kristin Schaefer Borgman Brent E. Breithaupt Amy Eberle Brill Jennifer Barber Bubp Silvette D Pope Bullard Stephanie Jones Cegielski noppadol E. Chayabutr Anne Hain Clayton Elizabeth A. Coffman P. William Conrad III Andrea Hughes Cook Kendra McEnulty Coon Amanda Jedlicka Custer Gabrielle Giuliano Drafall Tracy Miller Ellis Renee Dubuque Fisher Eric L. Fotsch Julko E. Fullop Adam Galilee-Belfer Stephen G. Grove Meredith Guldin Guerrera Ellie Prosser Hakim Louis S. Hakim Elisheba Runyan Hanson Carole Hand Hill Robert J. Hill Camela Je’Mia Hixson Anne E. Keller Susan Chase Koerner Earl R. Macam Mary E. Mitchell Sheila M. nash Melissa B. nicholson Stephen J. north Erin K. O’Brien Jason novak Pasalich Britton D. Rink Holly Swift Rotermund Jill Jennings Rowe Amy Mulligan Sacor Damon L. Sanderson Laura Connor Sapp LeAnn Gaerte Scacco Gwen Tohill-Macam Erika Taylor Turan Sarah A. Wagoner Mathew T. Watkins Robyn Jarmer Welch Jennifer L. Wesolowski Ryan C. Williams David C. Wolf Liza n. Zapata

OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Darren P. Keller CHARTER CIRCLE** Lindsey Hart Chabraja Kelly C. Haley Michael A. Harrison Lucy A. Ferguson Pett FOUNDERS CIRCLE Matthew W. Bowers Jennifer Lipperd Cleall Matthew R. Gorrell Eric J. Graham Nicole Chabraja Graham Craig S. Remsen Jeffrey J. Wagner Melissa Murray Yuska PATRONS CIRCLE Ryan M. Burke Portia Renner Goodman Jean-Pierre Guilbault Aaron M. Kneas Scott W. Rencher BUILDERS CIRCLE Deirdre Deakyne Asnis David S. Bean Andrew T. Bender David M. Benne Andrew J. Bennett Amanda Southerland Birnbaum Margaret Kurz Braun J. Matthew Broughton Kevin L. Cammack Devon Thompson Ebbing Melissa C. Feemster Ryan S. Fruchey Michael T. Fugate Katherine Bostwick Glass Susan P. Gundersen David Keith Hunteman Jason G. Kamler Heidi A. Kohne Jaimie Pehling Leighton Jennifer Simmons Lucchetti Clint D. Mitchell Amanda Matis Morris Kathryn Ventura neely Mary Bradshaw nelson Kimberley Holmes niemi Eric C. Peterson Carrie Fugate Roberts Jon K. Sacchini Mary Overlease Schubert Robert Gary Schuster Brad A. Thomas Shelby M. Thompson Shawn Highland Ullman Cathy L. Walker ◆ Kimberly Svenson Weas ◆ Carolyn E. Whittier Jason M. Winter CONTRIBUTORS Christopher S. Alcott Anne Freeman Ball Jared C. Basham Kathryn Stowring Basham Ben H. Beck Sarah Ragsdale Beck nannette L. Belt Michael S. Berthoud James C. Bertucci Michelle Palmer Black Julie Tuggle Caldwell Tamara Heetland Campise Sally Reichart Carlson Christopher L. Cassidy

1995

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Jason A. Asbury W. Brian Hatton Scott S. Kemper Kyle J. Venis ANNUAL FUND: $25,892 DONORS: 119 PARTICIPATION: 35% CHARTER CIRCLE** Anonymous ◆ Jason A. Asbury Jeffrey H. Bohmer Darrianne Howard Christian ◆ Justin P. Christian ◆ W. Brian Hatton Krista Mishler Lavonas John W. Morse Jonathan R. Phillips Kimberly A. Seaman FOUNDERS CIRCLE Chad L. Bailey Kerry Replin Greiner Phillip J. Greiner Shannon Harris Hammel John G. Harmann Benson L. Henry Carla Gasbarra Lane Amy Tubergen Morton PATRONS CIRCLE Thomas DeLano Darci Oak Gibson James C. Giesen Timothy J. Holz Krina Hoopis Huddlestun Kemp E. Jaycox Gregory M. Watson Kathleen Reid Winters BUILDERS CIRCLE Yasmine Bell Allen Robin C Barnes Barr Heather Dubes Bennett Lori Houston Brame Terri Ozbun Bruksch Cherie LaFollette DuPuy Erik H. Elsea Shatrese M. Flowers Kegan E. Greene Laura Allport Hammack Robert S. Harrison Kristin Ingwell-Goode Rebecca Wilhoite Jacklin ◆ Scott S. Kemper Amy Schwartz Kress Peter S. MacGregor Dana Coffin Moell

1997

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Raphaella Palmer Prange Kimberly Svenson Weas Carolyn E. Whittier ANNUAL FUND: $20,415 DONORS: 104 PARTICIPATION: 32%

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Jennifer Cleveland Cassidy Carrie Clogg Laura Welker Cochran Traci Bailey Coil Renee Carnahan Degner Matthew D. Dellinger Michael R. Denckhoff Britt Anderson Ganan James A. Hamman Kyle D. Herrman Jody Egley Hirschy Amanda Martin Hittle Byron D. Hittle Inga Zeeb Holton Sarah Miller Humbert Gregory P. Irwin Stephanie Drasler Juneau Lance J. Kugler Joseph M. Lapka Jennifer Cunningham Martin Penelope S. Martin Amy Tabb Massey Deena K. McBain Kristen Koerner Morris Laura A. nein Devon Roberts nelson Derryk R. Powell Jason B. Shea Keith J. Sims Rhonda Sites Smart Lori Green Smith nathan M. Swingley Kristy Reith Wagester Seth T. Wilburn Kimberly Stammel Wolf Sarah Voss Wagner PATRONS CIRCLE Christian H. Bridgwater Sarah Dance Bridgwater Jonathan M. Clippinger ◆ norris E. Emmons Devon K. Everhart Stephen A. Falace Kristin Sasse Griffin J. Zachary Hopkins Adam T. Kruse Nathan A. Macy Laura A. Mehaffey F. Ryan Prall Martin A. Ruiz David P. Schellenbach Laura Thurmond Schellenbach Jennifer Schwartz Schmidt Scott R. Stokke ◆ Elizabeth Talyor Warren Amy K. Weisenbach BUILDERS CIRCLE Lauren McBeath Albarella Sara Sabin Alger Julie Seddelmeyer Ashabraner Christopher J. Bausano Jennifer Philips Bott ◆ Molly Wilkinson Chavers Lora Yue-Moi Chio Kimberly Stimmel Coyne Maggie Dosmann Donovan ◆ Kiera Kistler Dubach Jennifer Schmaltz Ellis ◆ Benjamin G. Elrod Elisse Cornell Elrod Jonathan V. Fortt Gretchen uphoff Fruchey Kelly Banchak Grady ◆ Kelly Ortner Grant Scott L. Howard Robert A. Kiburz Jon-Jon Knepp Paul A. Kniep Stephanie Hill Leeper Brian S. Lord Brent W. Maier Heidi Boeckel Maier Renea M. Marsh Danica Rodemich Mathes Michael A. Matteucci Marguerite Daly McCarthy ◆ Carlin R. Metzger Angela Vandenburg Miller Audrey Kristine Miller Adam T. Payne Charles W. Perkins Jason M. Phelps Kristin A. Pimentel Joshua M. Pitcock David C. Powers, Jr. Meleah Rush Powers Edward A. Rhodes ◆ Cassidy Ruschell Rosenthal Sara E. Shade Rachel Hofmann Shockley ◆ Jeremy T. Stierwalt Johnathon B. Stigall Mary Emison Uptain ◆ Katrina L. Wahl DiJeana C. Wilks ◆ Jordan P. Williams Benjamin J. Wineman Emily Risk Winters CONTRIBUTORS Peter J. Akey Janet Lynn Andres Anonymous Leanne S. Bailey Kristin Comer Belyew Damien A. Bender Timothy A. Bognar S. Lynn Bostrom Brandon M. Burke Callie Mooers Chapman ◆ Benjamin T. Clark Krista L. Clark Todd A. Clark Jonathan Todd Coan E. Jefferson Cockerill Charee Campbell Condict Kevin W. Condict Coretta L. Cooper Elizabeth Lowry Cottle Kathryn Krause Dattomo Sara nakasone Denckhoff Cathryn Cassells Ensley ◆ Thomas D. Fagan, Jr. John L. Ferringer Reegan L. Finger Mark F. Fink Sara Bosin Fink Lauren E. Franklin Jason T. Gardner Kimberly Sandner Goff Megan Cartwright Griffey Sara Tocks Gummersall Jaime Best Guthals neil A. Guthals Jeffrey L. Hartzell Megan Hamilton Hartzell ◆ Bernard C. Haskins Ryan M. Hays Rachel Hood Herrman Gregory A. Hewitt Alanna Hobbs Kristopher D. Howell Jodi noffsinger Hwang Emily A. Jedlicka Adrienne Hoos Johnson Austin S. Johnson Jennifer L. Johnson Beth Felker Jones Leah J. Kidwell Jennifer Bundy Kistler John M. Kramer Christopher P. LaFollette Mindy nicole Lewis Megan Cary Lobe ◆ Elizabeth McGroarty Lucey Joel A. Luckhaupt Sara Peters Luckhaupt Lashon Fincher McCall Garrett Hedgespeth Miller Elizabeth A. Mizell Amelia Somerville Moen Abigail Lounsbury Morrow Monica Roe Nicholas Brooke Young north Jason R. Pagels Susan Dicken Parker Joshua G. D. Patterson Valarie K Turan Politano Rachael Lessmann Pritchard Elisabeth Jakubisin Purdy Erica Levy Reh Melissa Schellenberger Roberts C. nickolas Roppolo Richard J. Roth III Bryan R. Schaffrath Christopher J. Sidor Kathryn H. Sims John R. Stephens Elizabeth A. Sundermann Alexandra Rafferty Tilghman Daniel Lee Tilghman III Heather Updike Turner Kelly Hughes Vaclavek

Gift at Work

Media Fellow tackles world hunger through internship support
William C. Marlatt ’65, his wife, Kay, and their son Kenney ’00 established the Marlatt Family Media Internship Fund to help DePauw students experience the work of media in real-world settings. Evansville, Ind., native Brandon M. Piper was chosen as last spring’s Marlatt Scholar in support of his semester-long internship with the Communication Division of the united nations World Food Programme in Rome. An aspiring broadcast journalist, Piper gained valuable experience in writing and editing in a fast-paced, international environment. “This experience provided me insight into global media that I was unaware of before the internship.” Without the Marlatt Fund, Piper would not have been able to take part in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. “The most interesting aspect of my internship was knowing that the work accomplished within the Communication Division is responsible for truly informing the world of the World Food Programme’s efforts to end world hunger. I will never forget how much this experience has changed my life.”
William F. Vandover natalie Griffin Vinje Jeffrey C. Wagner Shelley Farr Wetzel Susan R. Whittle J. Andrew Wise Prescott M. Wright Mayako Yamashita Jeremy W. Zoladz PATRONS CIRCLE Cara Crosby Clippinger Katharine Heldt Falace Michael Glen Garrison II Christopher S. Landis Lathe E. Miller Blair T. naifeh Rebecca Shaw Sims Benjamin L. Stewart Perry J. Trowbridge BUILDERS CIRCLE Heidi Middendorf Bagwell Analisa Boatman Barrett Anne S. Becker Klarysa J. Benge Jason J. Chan Vivian Caro Cook Andrew J. Cornelius Rebecca McConnell Cunningham Steven M. Dellinger Theresa Kreuzmann Derickson Christina Martin Dunnick Matthew B. Eads Stephanie E. Gerner Dana R. Holdman Joshua D. Holton Lindsey Gottfred Holton Krista Lutterman Hurt Jennifer Raney Kalmus Scott M. Kalmus Jonathan A. Klinginsmith Megan Greves Klinginsmith Lindsay Sandman Lefevere Catherine A. Lux Erin Leigh Majka Jeffrey D. Mohl Russell E. newton Kara Quillico Paris James Trent Pearson Susan Cartwright Pearson Michael J. Rusie Brett R. Schetzsle Laura Perry Sonnenberg Bradley K. Stevens Tracy Wilhelmy Stevens Sara Elizabeth Torpey Brian A. White Megan Patterson Zalokar CONTRIBUTORS Kelly M. Applegate Molly McHugh Applegate Hugh Cabot Bartlett, Jr. Jason T. Bird Paula Jo Boback Janet L. Briner Jennifer L. Briscoe Zachary Gage Brogan Joshua W. Burch Ryan P. Carr Yong Seok Choe Corrie Klopcic Chumpitazi Kelly A. Conway Melissa Carter Cook Clarinda E. Crawford Dana Bowen Cummings Allison M. McFadden D’Lauro Lynn M. Martin DeHoyos Karen Shutt Dille Greta Hickman Dutton

1998

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Benjamin T. Clark Jamie L. Lewis REUNION COMMITTEE: Sioban Morrisroe Amezcua Molly Wilkinson Chavers Michael J. Curley Kiera Kistler Dubach Benjamin G. Elrod norris E. Emmons Thomas D. Fagan, Jr. Kelly Ortner Grant Bernard C. Haskins Elizabeth McGroarty Lucey Carlin R. Metzger nadia T. Mitchem Alicia M. Root Cassidy Ruschell Rosenthal Mark A. Smiley Jeremy T. Stierwalt Katrina L. Wahl Elizabeth Talyor Warren Jordan P. Williams ANNUAL FUND: $22,640 DONORS: 174 PARTICIPATION: 44% CHARTER CIRCLE** Colin R. Connor Michelle Walter Hadidi Brian P. Hauck ◆ Jamie L. Lewis Kerrie L. Milligan Margaret E. Snow FOUNDERS CIRCLE Grant D. Covell Deborah Dalenberg Eskew ◆ Nadia T. Mitchem ◆ Alicia M. Root ◆ Mark A. Smiley

1999

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Caroline E. nagy David J. Posegay ANNUAL FUND: $22,755 DONORS: 128 PARTICIPATION: 34% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Jennifer Stephenson Keller CHARTER CIRCLE** John H. Bankhurst ◆ Ryan J. Danks Elizabeth A. English A. Grant Hale Kathryn Pitts Hickey Wayne M. Lashua Erika Amundson Melchiorre Christopher A. Susott Richard J. Wachtman FOUNDERS CIRCLE Rebecca Shaw Sims

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Craig A. Erickson Amber L. Ewing Jacquelyne Menne Fagan William S. Froehlich Jim S. Furman ◆ Olan B. Garrett Cheryl A. Gonzalez Patricia A. Guagliardo Bradley S. Hallman Brian M. Hersh Lauren E. Bennett Hersh Joseph L. High Jessica Hayden Hornocker Catherine M. James nicole B. Johnson Jaime Lilly Kaldahl Emily Jones Knuth Catherine Force Koczaja Leticia C. Liggett Jenny Meingasner Lynn M. Miller Christopher B. Moen Karrie Travis Monce Robert K. Morse ◆ Caroline E. Nagy Anna Eidson Palmer Ryan C. Palmer Emily Bealk Parenteau Leonica Keilman Parker Kara Vozel Patterson David R. Peaper ◆ David J. Posegay John A. Price Susan Bender Price Jennifer D. Rutkowski-Smith Jodi S. Schmidtgoesling Jeremy P. Seitz Clinton W. Sheets Bobbi Ruehter Sidor Kenton B. Smith Jessica Collins South Catharine L. Sprinkel Edward M. Tarbox Peter P. Ten Eyck Tracy Turner-Wolford Jennifer Bachert Venutolo Thomas J. Venutolo Robert James Warren Carin Chappelow Werbeck Jennifer M. Worth Kathryn Wendt Wroth Sara Fuhrmann Young James D. LaRue ◆ William Scott Priebe ◆ Scott R. Reynolds ◆ Jill M. Skogheim Brady C. Toliver II Kristen Bamberth Ulery Nathan A. Ulery FOUNDERS CIRCLE ◆ W. Marshall Sims PATRONS CIRCLE Jamie Aussieker Boyer ◆ David A. Copple Andrew J. Huys Ryan J. Opeka Alissa Ewald Trowbridge BUILDERS CIRCLE Claire Bishop Abely Manuel Amezcua Adam Dara Brackemyre Mikelle Holt Brady Lauren White Brooks Michael S. Brooks Elizabeth J. Buening Theresa Nysewander Dellinger Leila Mae Holscher Eads Sarah Burnett Fischer Tara A. Avery Frate Brian Robert Garrison Candace Frates Garrison Robert C. Gorman Elizabeth Brooke Hamilton John Bradley Holborow Michelle Ross Kelly Jennifer Aiken Knepp Jennifer C. Lange Kevin A. McKelvey Chico Shon Moss Zachary Paul Mugge Brian C. Parsons Jillian Boote Parsons nathanial E. Pitzer Xavier L. Pokorzynski Kristen nemeth Queen Cody Jerden Reyes Elizabeth Grover Richards ◆ nigel J. Riggins Kimberly M. Rymer Benjamin D. Shane Margaret L. Stahr Regina M. Toguchi Suzannah Beumer White CONTRIBUTORS Meredith Husak Balderas Shayna Schupan Barry Paul Amancio Bautista Allison K. Bell Jason J. Biss Anna R. Bolton Anne M. Bracken Richard D. Buino Amy Seeberger Canterbury Dawn Ahlgren Chapman Eugene G. Chio Julie DeJongh Chio Ashley Sustae Clifford Matthew S. Clifford Brooke Knudson Cox Ana M. Cruz Heidi L. Douglass Katy S. Dow Kelly Lynn Drane John W. Dutton Katherine Hodgson Ewers Stephanie Schultz Fedorowicz Tonya Heetland Fenske Kimberly Kaminski Fink Rachel E. Forde Kim Fowee-Perera Carlene Lynn Freeman Kristen J. Gauly Jacqueline Matheu Goyette ◆ Jennifer Hetzel Hallman Angie Hamilton-Lowe Daniel Hamilton-Lowe Stephanie Emery Hamman Kurt D. Hare Jennifer Friant Harris Brian T. Hicks Sara Warren Hicks Samantha Belstock Hilton Molly A. Hodgin Holly Shannon Hulse James B. Humphreys II Joseph D. Huser Sara nicole Imhulse Blythe E. Janowiak Grant L. Jenkins Keith R. Jones Emily K. Koehler Allison Lake Koepke James S. Koepke Emily Lewis Lacey Jill Auyer Lacey Erica Scott Lawrence Jennifer R. Leis Max E. Lewis John Edward Lintzenich Adam M. Lux John David Maggard Kristen A. Magnes Robert Justin Mapes ◆ W. Kenney Marlatt Erin underwood McClellan Meredith Greenawald McMahan Cortney Long Miller Kate E. Murray Monica P. neal Nicholas A. Parcell Jennifer Leigh Parsons Brent R. Patterson Laura A. Peckinpaugh Brian W. Pritchard Adam S. Purgason Alison Jo Rabb Keyona C. Revere Jason A. Roberts Lee Wright Roberts Michael E. Roberts Megan M. Scherer Elizabeth Hambidge Seitz Emily A Lill Shaffer Kevin J. Sheehan Emilie Kasube Slattery Jacob Alan Sommer Sarahbeth Scantlin Spasojevich Elizabeth H. Stansell Caroline Kennedy Stevenson Kelly Erin Tancredi Alicia Renee Walker Felicia Rai Walker David C. Warner Christopher J. Weaver Kathryn Beaver Weaver Lynsay Clutter Wilson Catherine Hall Wong Charles J. Yeo Laura Downs Young OTHER GIFTS Dawn Ahlgren Chapman

2001

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Daniel S. Garrison David W. Garrison Ashley B. Krieg ANNUAL FUND: $12,984 DONORS: 151 PARTICIPATION: 37% CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Michael E. Bogers ◆ David W. Garrison Erica Kruse Garrison Leslie A. Nolan Lindsay Hunt Priebe Madeleine Shephard Sinclair PATRONS CIRCLE Amanda Kasl Burke Matthew Mark Enenbach Benjamin M. Farris Katherine Strickland Huys ◆ Ashley B. Krieg BUILDERS CIRCLE Kyle A. Applegate Rachel E. Atterberry Richard E. Bevis Nicholas B. Bowles Jessica Brianne Chandler Colleen Marie Corrigan Meghan Duke Cushman Joshua R. Diller Brandon A. Emkes Ashley S. English Alana Keilman Farrell Matthew R. Farrell Stephen E. Fischer nicholas J. Horvath Jane Stewart Irwin Andrea W. John Adam W. Kersey nicole Kuhn Kersey Daniel R. Klemencic Holly A. Klunk-Carollo Bethea Covington Lane Michelle Geary Lane Todd J. Lane Melinda K. Marglous Brian F. McCord Rachel Katherine Miller Douglas E. Milliken Shannon Greybar Milliken Whitney Schnacke Mounts Adilah Sabreen Muhammad Nancy L. Nicely Bradley Allen Pierce Molly Carrell Pierce Charles W. Queen Wandini Dixon-Fyle Riggins Freedom Shalane nicole Smith H. Nelson Spencer, Jr. Katherine Swift Spencer Brian D. Webb Katherine Fuson Winkler Ryan Scott Winkler Felix P. Yau CONTRIBUTORS Tara McKillip Bautista Walter James Bennett II Douglas B. Bertram Zachary O. Boardman Aaron E. Booth Eileen Emison Booth Catherine A. Bosin Katherine E. Brambl Jennifer L. Breck Heather McDermit Brewster

2000

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: David A. Copple Jennifer Hetzel Hallman Amber Franklin LaRue W. Kenney Marlatt William Scott Priebe Scott R. Reynolds ANNUAL FUND: $21,992 DONORS: 151 PARTICIPATION: 37% CHARTER CIRCLE** Michael D. Adams Andrew A. Chauner Ramona Santiago Chauner Bradley R. Foss Jessica Combs Harrison Joshua D. Johnson Richard S. Kebrdle ◆ Amber Franklin LaRue

DePauw’s Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) responded to the Alumni Board-GOLD Challenge with a record-setting rate of 37 percent alumni participation in the DePauw Annual Fund. In honor of the 10th anniversary of DePauw’s GOLD program, the Alumni Board challenged GOLD alumni to increase their participation from 32 percent in fiscal year 2007 to 35 percent in 2008. The Alumni Board encouraged new donors with a 100 percent match and thanked returning donors with a 50 percent match. GOLD responded, reaching 37 percent alumni participation, including 310 new donors. Returning and new donors also helped the Annual Fund reach its goal of 39 percent participation in fiscal year 2008. The GOLD Council worked with the Alumni Board to target young alumni. In addition to Senior Gift Drive events and a new on-campus event series called Real World DePauw, Regional Councils produced 10 special events in 10 cities. “The GOLD Council appreciates the leadership of Alumni Board members and the response of young graduates,” said GOLD Council President Ryan J. Danks ’99. “We’re proud that so many young alumni found the GOLD Challenge motivating. The response to this challenge shows that young alumni care deeply about DePauw and have found a way to give back. Thank you!”
◆ – Annual Fund Volunteer ** – The Washington C. DePauw Society 2007-08 Annual Member Circle Bold Names – member of the DePauw Loyalty Society dec – deceased

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Kelly Steele Buffington Jonathan B. Burns Karen L. Bushouse Kyleen Jensen Bushroe Kara B. Cebulko Bridget K. Chase nicole Pudis Chase Meridith Rose Christman Brian Charles Close Frederick M. Crampton Brian E. Dixon Dorothy Elizabeth Doggett Stephanie Zoll Donley Christine L. Dugan Joy M. Duginske Aaron W. Ellis Matthew E. Fink Stephen Luke Flory Mason n. Floyd M. Mills Franger Paula Leigh Frederick Anne Berry Froehlich Kristin M. Fulton Kelly M. Furman ◆ Daniel S. Garrison Kristi Merrill Gibbs Lisa M. Goecke Christopher L. Grashoff Benjamin J. Griswold Amanda Lorraine Grooms Joshua R. Gross Allison Burdge Hardin Katie Effinger Hewitt Lindsay E. Hey Jarrett L. Hicks ◆ Tamra-Lee N. Higgs Sarah M. Holian Nathan E. Hubbard Sara Decker Huffer Jennifer Van Hoozer Hutson Shavonne Rene Johnson Felicia S. Jones Michael T. Kamp Emily Jackson Kersey Julie Rodgers Kingston Beth Frazer Kriech Zachary Todd Le Count Megan Horine Leivant Abbey Blake Levenshus Ryan J. Linder Daniel E. Mandel Michael Rusnak Martin Lindsay A. Mayfield Glenn R. McCain Katherine M. McCleary Angela Jo McCord Lawren K. Mills naShara C. Mitchell Molly S. Mugge Makedonka Melanie najdeski Eric S. nelson Angela Hollinger newman Yuly ng-Cheung Andrew J. nielsen David Ryan Phillips Holly Richards Polites Kathleen C. Quinn Jessica Freeman Rabuck Jennifer Geary Riefe Jess D. Riefe Heather Coppage Ringham Marjorie Roades Robinson Sunniva H. Rodgers Erin Hogan Simril Greggory Reece Simril Steven T. Spasojevich Jeffrey A. Springer Jennifer n. Szynal Tracey Charlton Townsend Jennifer M. unger Ross G. Wagner John K. Wall Adrienne Gough Watts Julie Egner Wilhjelm Mark A. Wilhjelm Elizabeth neffle Wilson Devon F. Wright Lauren Harrison Yaeger Alison Clark Zajdel GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Polly Elizabeth Marchese GIFTS IN HONOR OF Heather McDermit Brewster Michael J. Diekhoff Courtney Leigh Driscoll Jennifer Poehler England Tammer A. Farid Andrew W. Florell ◆ Stephanie A. Freeman Meghan Marie Frelk David S. Gauly Katherine D. Gibson Thomas M. Green Michelle Ann Hahn Jaclyn McDaniel Hicks Kristin Snyder Himsel Megan Elizabeth Hockley Michael Scott Hult Josephine J. Ilarraza Katherine Lea Imborek Tiffany Marie Ingles Andrew C. Irwin Emily J. Jakubisin Kari B. Koeper Rebecca Sara Konowicz Sara Kopacz Kubin Elizabeth H. Kurfess Jessica Lauren Lange Jason M. Lee Elizabeth Masson Lewis Cassie Trueblood Little Peter J. Little nicole n. Long James D. Mahoney Laura Kay McCammack Sarah A. McDermond Shelley M. McDonald Kiley J. McQuinn Timothy Morrow Miller Elisha Lee Modisett Michelle M. Morgan Elizabeth Jane Murphy Erin Rogers neff Kendall H. nelson Jennifer Kay nielsen Joseph Henry nixon III Jennifer nicole nye Shawn S. Odle Heather C. Oster Jacqueline Louise Overman Palak Manoj Pandya Kimberly Anne Richardson Renae M. Rogers Susan Tarr Rolfs ◆ Timothy R. Rolfs Carmeleta E. Rouse Kimberly E. Sall Stephen Andrew Silca Andrew Thomas Simpson Meagan M. Sinn Serena Longyear Smith David Eugene Snyder II Lucas Anthony Snyder Sara Owsley Sood Jonathan Tyler Stahlmann John T. Stanford Stefanie D. Stevenson Christopher J. Terhune Molly Andrews Thompson Ann Triplett Warner Justin Steven Warren Kristin Spellmeyer Werne Reginald T. Williams Barry Solomon Wormser REUNION COMMITTEE: Guillermo H. Amezcua Anastasia Sue Argoe Jessica Lee Blevins Jay B. Bowles William J. Brooks Adam Wallace Czerwinski Beau Tressler Davis Meghann Huels Dials Kathryn Rudolph Diekhoff DeAnn L. Flora Emily C. Gage Emily Collins Hallford George E. Heidenreich V Thomas M. Kominsky Marcos Damian Lopez Andrew Paul McGovern Caroline A. Philipchuck Briana Leigh Rhodes Daniel Patrick Ryan natalie Deer Sutton ANNUAL FUND: $21,575 DONORS: 180 PARTICIPATION: 41% CHARTER CIRCLE** Haley S. Heathman ◆ Thomas M. Kominsky ◆ Andrew Paul McGovern Nathan Michael Moch FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE ◆ Kathryn Rudolph Diekhoff PATRONS CIRCLE Daniel Vaughan Adams ◆ Jay B. Bowles ◆ Beau Tressler Davis Joshua Troy Dials ◆ Meghann Huels Dials ◆ George E. Heidenreich V Scott K. Shelbourne Ryan S. Truitt BUILDERS CIRCLE ◆ Guillermo H. Amezcua Brooke Barbee Jennifer Watts Barrie Sean Matthew Barrie Katherine Reis Bonomo Abigail J. Breck Andrew David Demorotski Anne Plymate Field ◆ DeAnn L. Flora Katherine Starkey Franson John William Fries III Marissa Kathryn Gee Katherine Irene Hundley Alyssa Lorraine Klein Katie Lee Lemons Tanya Schmitter Mayer Peter James Molfese Gregory Baha’Id Din nammari Theresa A.M. Noble Justin Ray novinger ◆ Daniel Patrick Ryan David Adam Scott Caleb Michael Sutton ◆ natalie Deer Sutton Martha Ellen Talyor Michael P. Vasey Britney Rose Walker Jason Corey Walker Edward J. Whitford Michelle Dingus Wiegman

2002

ANNUAL FUND: $14,281 DONORS: 121 PARTICIPATION: 34% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Lindsay Anne Cornelius CHARTER CIRCLE** Courtenay Grass Bogers Kirsten Jean Hagen Edmund B. Nightingale Rebecca Hedge Nightingale Jessica Lynn Olson PATRONS CIRCLE Jennifer Barsema Enders Elizabeth Ephraim Robert Spencer Parham Meredith Mulvey Truitt Jameson Andrew Young BUILDERS CIRCLE Rebecca Collevechio Applegate Erin J. Bauer Robert J. Baughman III Brandon Marcus Chapman Cynthia M. Davis Michael C. Field Scott C. Franson Aaron David Grant Lysiane Huber Mary Kathleen Huse Alfredo Marrero Amber Wolma McGuire Justin L. Mcnabney Natalie M. Moore Rebecca Ann nunemaker Sally Rush Peter Leah Stanfield Porras Jonathan Micah Rauch Lindsay L. Schultz Julia Demske Woodard Justin C. Woodard CONTRIBUTORS Eric D. Aasen Matthew A. Armstrong Roxanne Walters Bain Jane H. Bankhurst Ashley J. Barnett Sarah E. Batterton Erin Canfield Bossnack Amy Kostrzewa Bracken Jacob P. Bracken Kristal L. Brick Haley Ann Carney Wendy M. Casterton Kristen Wagner Clarke Elizabeth Elliott Cook Gregory T. Cook Jeffery M. Cowden Paul Allan Cummings

2003

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Kathryn Rudolph Diekhoff Thomas M. Kominsky

Endowment Gift at Work

Writing program brings student from Hawaii to Indiana
Ka’Lena S. Cuevas ’10 loves to write, and this passion is largely what brought her from her home in Pearl City, Hawaii, to DePauw. now an English writing major with minors in sociology and philosophy, Cuevas is soaking in the intellectual atmosphere at DePauw. “I’m a regular contributor to The Midwestern Review and The Cauldron,” Cuevas explains with a Shakespeare compendium on her lap, referring to two student-run literary magazines. “I hope to work on my MFA after college and be a writing professor someday.” Cuevas has been involved on campus as a resident assistant for two years, and she also volunteers at Asbury Towers Retirement Community, where she has enjoyed assisting two DePauw alumni with their needs: former university dean and vice president Robert H. Farber ’35 and Vera May Knauer Farber ’36. Cuevas readily admits that her education at DePauw would be financially impossible were it not for assistance such as her award from the 1933 DePauw Football Team Memorial Scholarship Fund. As she puts it, “Although I have a passion for writing and have been studying words and diction my entire life, there are times in which there simply are no words, and I feel receiving this generous scholarship is no exception.”
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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CONTRIBUTORS Bethany Bailey Abercrombie Shannon Fimbel Abercrombie Cynthia Lynn Ackelmire ◆ Anastasia Sue Argoe Suzanne M. Barnes Jane C. Becker Corey McConnell Best Megan Leigh Bevington Jami Snodgrass Bezy Ryan P. Bezy ◆ Jessica Lee Blevins John Edmond Bossnack Sarah Murray Bourg ◆ William J. Brooks Katherine L. Busch Lydia Jane Butler Matthew T. Campbell Catherine Joann Cannon John Daniel Christophersen Jeffrey Scott Cochran Kenneth Michael Cochran Michael Wayne Constable Joshua Edward Corbitt Susan Elizabeth Cromer Daynan Jon Crull Stephanie Brown Cunnyngham Anna Riefe Curran ◆ Adam Wallace Czerwinski Theresa J. Daily Kristin Alyson Damrau Kathryn Longer Dixon John Thomas Effinger Leigh Anne Elliott David Weston Emison Sara E. Endres Andrew D. Falkenstein Robert Ogden Farber Tara Bevington Fleck Dennis Michael Furr ◆ Emily C. Gage Gageby Hill Gaither Robin O. Gibson Michelle Aymond Gilbert David Francis Gilles Katharine Dalman Gingras Abby Wells Gross David Mark Grossnickle ◆ Emily Collins Hallford Kristin Dovenmuehle Harmon Michael E. Harmon Ashley E. Hedges Emily West Henry Leila Carolina Hernandez Annette Camelia Hobbs Amanda M. Hornback Todd E. Humerickhouse Katherine Amelia Hunt Elizabeth Donahue Jones Jeffrey A. Jones Christopher K. Kessler Sara Kristen King Tracey Ann King Lillian Steel Marmouze Kleinlein Gail Kiles Krumenauer Matthew R. Laird Marcelino G. Lopez Jane Gowland Mahoney Joy Lotz Mahoney Ryan K. Mahoney Allison Leigh Matters James Logan Mayfield IV Jennifer Lynn McDermott Melissa A. McGraw Ryan Patrick Mcnamara Gina James Meierbachtol Molly C. Michalak Bethany Bryant Montagano Michael A. Montagano Mary Elizabeth Murrill Matthew Ryan Myers nicholas Duane Myers Sarah Haberer Myers Leigh Lauth O’neill Skye McQuary O’Shaughnessy Carrie Anne Page Andrew David Patton Katherine Anne Payne Lucretia Marie Payne Melissa C. Payne Juan M. Pedroza, Jr. natasha Basey Pedroza Marc Daniel Pfleging ◆ Caroline A. Philipchuck Matthew Brittain Phillips Ashley nicole Pierce Abigail B. Pinkele nancy Elizabeth Poikonen Brian E. Power Erin Rose Rasler Daniel Marshall Reck Khalid Ibn Reichard Melissa Reyes Haley Rhoades ◆ Briana Leigh Rhodes Mark C. Rinehart Brigid Maureen Roche Paolo Romero Alison Lane Sales Jessica Erin Schaab Jill Suzanne Schneider Brent Michael Scott Kathryn A. Shaffer Charlie Shivers III Jessica Tackett Shivers Kristin Anne Gieseke Smigielski Allison Leigh Smith John Barry Stephens Jennifer Lynn Stevens Sarah E. Tarbox Jermaine D. Taylor Melanie L. Tchaou Angela nicole Thompson natalie Klooz Thompson Andrew Robinson Tolle Casey Fletcher Trela Marilyn Alice Tucker Lindsay Sears Vogtsberger Emily Collinsworth Wall Elizabeth Ann Wallace Brian J. Wells James H. Whitley Heather Lee Ann Wiles Christopher John Winand Kristen Aiko Wong Julie Elizabeth Wood Lindsay Bush Zeckel Emily Colette Zoch Benjamin G. Marston Stephen J. Robinson PATRONS CIRCLE Elizabeth Lacey Bowles ◆ Kelli Jean Smith BUILDERS CIRCLE Jason E. Becker Benjamin Alexander Betz Erin Eileen Camin Kendra Leigh Chaney Melinda Raeann Colbert Brian Thomas Daniels Gregory Huffman Donaldson Aaron Lee Drake John S. Gergely ◆ Megan Casey Glover Tristan D. Glover Kellie Lee Hasselbeck Cory Robert Johnson Jane Schaadt Johnson Katharine Marie Kruse Andrew Clay Latz Abigail Longardner Lynn Radomira Petrova Patricia Cooksey Riveire R. Brandon Sokol Scott C. Southard Wesley T. Thornhill Jing Tun Michael Ashby Valentine CONTRIBUTORS Allison Marie Agee Kyle Lawrence Allen Matthew James Arient Andrew Robert Bagley Amanda Lee Baker Tonya Rebecca Barr Katie Aileen Beehler Anna Rivard Biss Ian Edward Biss David Vincent Blackburn II Abundance Leigh Boekestein Lauren Janelle Bohlander Marie Crump Bowers Casey Lynn Brackney Johanna Ludmilla Burian Christian Campos Laura Diane Clark Elizabeth Erin Crouch Julia Ann Crouch Leslie Ann Dahlen Abby Sue Dawkins Erin Elizabeth Filson Tyler Anthony Fischer Arthur David Fisher, Jr. Amber Love Foreman Frank Eric Gilbert William Andrew Griffith Andrew Joseph Gustin Adria Marie Haley Melissa Grady Harrison Danielle nicole Hendry Maria Lynn Herrera nicholas Bryson Howell Abigail Anna Huffer Jeremy Allen Hunt nana Japaridze Jon Franklin Jeffries Paul M. Johnson Brady Katherine Jones Jonathan David Lau Vanessa Downs Leboehi Jessica Marie Leonard Amy Julia MacDoniels Amanda Katharine Manning Erin Michelle McConnell Kathy Eagan Mcnamara Kassey Jo Ann McQuinn Kristen nicole Mellencamp Rebecca Dodd Miller Andrew Elmer Molnar, Jr. Katie Lewis Murphy Gregory T. niemesh Lindsey Holden niemesh Abigail Dalhart O’Brien Kate Western O’Connell Colin Peter O’Flaherty Sonia Susan Olikara Christopher Matthew Olson Jamie Lynn Oslawski Kelly Janine Patterson Bethany Danielle Perry Erica Mary Peterson Andrew Brandon Raker Kevin Christopher Rasp Allison Kimberly Rechter Elizabeth J Bell Reitzel Christopher Vanderslice Rhodes Charles Ross Sandefer Jessica Leigh Sater Molly Kathryn Savage Kathryn Raphael Schumacher nita Renee Shaw Rose Emily Shingledecker Georgianne Marie Siepka Allyson Tindall Simpson Bryce Alexander Skeeters Brian Andrew Smith Kristin Wyer Smith Lauren Mae Songer Mary Hancock Starkey Jennifer Gerrish Stone David Allen Storms Jonathan Ryan Taylor ◆ David M. Trogden Jonelle Yvette Van Buiten Benjamin Fred VanDahm Anmol Ashokkumar Wadhwa Kirstyn Marie Wentzel union Michael Williams Jennifer Lynn Wingert Wendy Meredith Wippich Bradford Tinley Wochomurka Eric Andrew Wolfe Damon Russell Xanthopoulos Duncan Mc Eachern Yoon Molly Virginia Young Mary J. Zeiger Megan Martha Helen Kemp Brian Timothy Murphy Danielle Courier Prosser Mark A. Prosser Ian Merle Prunty Anthony Michael Williams Sarah Lynn Zondor CONTRIBUTORS Kathryn Marie Adank Mark Robert Alson Kristina Marie Amarantos Varinia Salazar Arceo ◆ John Fullilove Avery III Devin Dahmer Barr Andrew Douglas Behrmann David J. Benson ◆ Gabrielle Peek Benson Beth Ellen Bishop Jennifer Lynn Brandt Bethany Gail Brewer Annette Hammes Brolsma Christopher Wayne Brolsma Michelle Williams Cagle Heidi Goecker Cahill Matthew Thomas Cahill Michelle Marie Canak Caroline Elizabeth Caples Amy E. Caturano Laura Roller Chen Scott Andrew Childers Linden Kathleen Christ Margot Beardsley Clark Taylor Douglas Clark William Jacob Cohn Joy Marie Conway Robert Page Cotton Andrew Robert Curry Kyle James Danforth Jane Sheffield Davis Elise Margaret De Camp Caitlin Anne DeBord nicholas Paul Dimos Emily Leigh Duncan Margo Catherine Eagon Sarah Elizabeth Eiler Kristin Ann Emerson Ashley Patton Emison Sarajane Yoo Eppley Zachary Keating Everhart Douglas Dean Fellegy Matthew Mark Ferrell Ross Bryant Fleck David McCambridge Fox Benjamin Patrick Frederick Andrew David Gagle Katherine Elizabeth Gee Ninos Gewargis Bret Matthew Govert natalie Shaffer Govert Ryan E. Grable Craig Edward Greiwe James Robinson Hamlin Patrick Brendan Healy Sarah Wallace Heckman Heather Michelle Helmbrecht Ashley Rhea Holland Tyler Shannon Hollett Brian David Hurley Ariane Rose Jaskolka nicole Kniskern Jeffries Kyle E. Johnson Samuel Mastin Jones Anthony Robert Kaufman Traci Abbott Kaufman John Patrick Christopher Kinerk Lya Marie Kostroski Daniel John Kress Stephanie Bewley Kress Laura Leigh Kurdys Paul Martin Lamb Kayla Suzanne Lanham Amanda Jane Levy Gabrielle Elizabeth Liddil Richard Anthony Livingston Clayton Towne Ludlow Gina Marie Mancuso Regina Jonelle Mantovani Jeremy Lee Mc nally Elizabeth Anne McDaniel Lee Anne McKelvey Meghan Elizabeth Mcnulty Jill Christine Mecklenborg Sonia Anne Miller Molly Elizabeth Monroe Pamela Anne Munch Shayna Marie A. nammari Scott Phillip nees Cristin Danielle Neil Erin Greenlee nixon Matthew Jacob Ogle Peter Edward Ohs Megan Mrowiec Owens Sara Megan Peterson Shantelle L. Ransdell Kathryn Elizabeth Reid Melanie Brewer Rentsch Meredith Bronwyn Rinaker ◆ Stephanie Rivera Ian Bruce Roosma Kristin Lynn Rosenberger Jennifer Beth Ryan Susan Marie Schmieder Kevin James Schultz Jason Randolf Schwerdt Christin Elizabeth Serenbetz Sara Katie Shalowitz Daniel Eric Sheehan nelson Evan Shook Meredith Holmes Siemens Ryan Michael Sipe Alison Jill Slipher Bret Douglas Smith Dana Hudson Stone Ian Michael Stone Sara Elizabeth Stoner Elisabeth Marie Sugrue Lindsay Elizabeth Tato Aaron Gardner Thompson Kelly Margaret Timmons Ann Marie Grace Titsworth Jennifer Miller Triplett ◆ Obinna Derrick ugokwe Margot Voges Vishion Jennifer Lynn Williams Joshua Mark Wilson Kelly E. Workinger Alexandra Mary Wyatt Elizabeth Powell Young Sarah Elizabeth Young OTHER GIFTS Richard Anthony Livingston Melinda Marie Voss-Hatfield Michael Jason Sered Zabelin

2005

ANNUAL FUND: $7,870 DONORS: 151 PARTICIPATION: 31% CHARTER CIRCLE** Matthew Perry Bereman Stephanie nicole Hartman Matthew James Lytle Kyle Patrick McGrath PATRONS CIRCLE Michelle L. Rhodes William Calvin Riley BUILDERS CIRCLE Brandon Everett Beeler Lindsey Rean Ciochina Michelle Marie Coduti Patrick Andrew Croner Bryan David Cuculich David Andrew Egger Elizabeth Miller Ernst N. Anne Garrigus

2004

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: Tobias J. Butler Megan Casey Glover Matthew J. Kleymeyer Kelli Jean Smith ANNUAL FUND: $8,393 DONORS: 128 PARTICIPATION: 28% CHARTER CIRCLE** ◆ Tobias J. Butler Amy Baker Hale ◆ Matthew J. Kleymeyer

2006

ANNUAL FUND: $9,041 DONORS: 111 PARTICIPATION: 20% OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Brett Alan Bohlander Laura Page Bohlander BUILDERS CIRCLE Projjol Banerjea Allison Ket Clem Christian Landis Cullen Douglas Joseph Elsbeck

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◆ Brian Scott Gooch Kye Trisler Hawkins La Donna Jo Hayden Kyle David Johnson Brian Gregory Millis Donna Marie Shawhan Andrea Kaye Speller ◆ Michael Scott Stanek John Charles Stephens Maggie Cristina Tresslar Andrew William Watterson CONTRIBUTORS Heather Marie Adler Jill Carver Anderson Kerri Patricia Angel Austin Amado Arceo Chad S. Arnold Christopher Scott Bannister Brittany Nicole Barber Katherine Alicia Billman Robert Allen Blau Jonathan Carl Bostrom Caitlin Amanda Brown Dorothea Elizabeth Brown Steven James Burch Anne Arundel Burnett Kathryn Lynn Bylenga Matthew Stuart Cable Todd Joseph Capes Helen Touchstone Carlson Lisa Hamilton Chambers Clayton Adam Clark ◆ Jonathan Christopher Coffin Griselda Izeth Cortez Brian Jeffrey Culp Craig Andrew Cunningham Jennifer Lynn Czaplicki Christopher Andrew Doran Matthew Joseph Ehinger Caitlin Marie Eichelberger Joel Christopher Elliott Shawn Marie Evans Patrick Perry Ferrini Anne Elizabeth Forde Tanja Gazibara Rebekah Lee Gebhard Bradley Thomas Giordano Elisabeth Goldman Allison Lynn Grogan Kathleen Anne Gutting Christina Elena Guzik Andrew Samuel Hanson Lauren Christina Hawley Katherine Marie Herman Andrew Jeffrey Hodge Matthew Gregory Hodge Courtney Elizabeth Jeffries Tod Michael Karpinski Nicole Marjorie Kernan Cynthia Schwartz Knauer Martha Ann Leader Christina Anne Leavy Blair Alyse Loftspring Kathryn Anne Magill Katie Foote Martin Patrick Young Matheny Eric Thomas Mattingly Christine Lynn Maxey Conrad Kazimieras Mazeika Margaret Ann McCullough Ann Boyer Meyer Sarah Anne Miller Christopher Ryan Myrvold Alexandra Joanne Nelson Ryan Everette Nesbitt Richard Cassidy O’Donnell, Jr. Michael Anthony Oren Lindsey Parker-Prall Charles Alexander Plese Sarah Lynn Plymate Kevin Anthony Prall Ryan Joseph Randolph Christopher Clay Reams William Thompson Reiners IV Antony David Rhine Kelly Ashley Richards Aliese Anahid Sarkissian Robert Mitchell Schoch Brian Michael Scott Ashley Elizabeth Sewell Rachel Victoria Smith Michael Scott Spiegel Jonathan Jeffrey Staley Shannon Gregory Starr Emily Myers Steele Alexander Donovan Stewart Alaska P. Subedi Christopher Howard Thiele Michael P. Triplett Emily Joanne Waldren Melissa Marie Webb Sara Sonderman Weis Stacy Lynn Wells Laura Frances Whenmouth Christina Marie Wichert Jennifer Zeser-Arnold Andrea Elizabeth Jones Kevin Richard Kaiser Mary Katherine Kaminski Kiersten Ann Kamman Susanne Cynthia Kerekes Richard Will King Kathryn Ruth Knigh Spencer Hamilton Barnes Kunath Bryce Steven Lynn Tyler Christopher Mallory Jaime Ann Mathias Ross Abraham Mc Entarfer Blair Leigh McCarthy Adam Thomas McClean Caitlin Elizabeth McGonigal Vanessa N. McKenzie Aimee Rebecca Menne Colin Patrick Milligan Scott Carpenter Moen Maureen Kelly Mohan Philip Robert Mooney Courtney Beth Moore Katherine Hartman Morse Katherine McDonald Murphy Janell Nicole Nagel Ahmed Mahmoud Thalith nasir Ryan Daniel Orr Aundrea Nicole Patton Jessica Marie Peter Courtney Ann Pierce Elizabeth Rebecca Polleys Pamela Michelle Powers Susannah Marie Ramshaw Kevin Lamar Reese Matthew James Rosensteele Meghan Elizabeth Rowland Blair Kathryn Rudert Reid William Sakel Susan Surion Shim Lesley Rae Sisler Danielle Elizabeth Anne Skwierczynski Kate Elise Stiemann Amanda Marie Stoermer Mary Elizabeth Stroh Anne Fox Sturgis Jessica Jane Sullivan Daniel Aaron Toleikis Audrey Lauren Walker Robert Andrew Whitelaw Robert Brodie Wright Keyaira Shauntay Wynn Marisa Beth Yochum Emily Maresca Young GIFTS IN HONOR OF Lauren McDermit Beatrice Kirstin Mac Lennan Amies Laura Janet Anderson Lindsey Nicole Anderson Erin Christine Andrade Alison Merrell Andrews Stuart Korten Anness Julianne Marie Arvis Bradley Robert Atkinson Lauren Elizabeth Auld Benjamin Williams Baenen Hannah Avery Bain Joseph Givens Baker Sarah Ann Baker Stefanie Noel Baldauf Projesh Banerjea Emily Joy Banta David Zachary Barnes Michael Samuel Barnes Jillian Nicole Barr Peter Walsh Barre Ryan Andrew Barton Colleen Patricia Benson Patrick Joseph Bergerson Alexander Michael Berlin Bryan Joel Berman Sophia Marie Bermeo Jacqueline Michelle Betsch Holly Louise Bettice Carrie Ann Birge Katherine Nichole Birge Caroline Elizabeth Birnie Jordan Michael Blain Hilary Jennifer Blake Janelle June Blasdel Carolyn Ann Blattel Adam Micah Bodony Barrett Landon Boehm Matthew Orr Bollero Amanda Lynn Bollman Jeffrey Scott Bonner Sarah Veronica Bowers Anna Kelsey Boyd Jessica LuRee Boyer Ashley Marie Boyle Elizabeth Rose Brick Jesse David Bright Matthew O’Connor Bruhn ◆ John Miles Buchta Charlotte Pershing Buehler Sonja Grace Bugvilionis Leah Simpson Burkhardt Allison Wallace Burns Katie Elizabeth Burpo Alissa Marie Butts Chad Michael Byers Marquis Dont’A Bynum James Robert Caldwell, Jr. Lindsay Kelly Carlson Emily Christine Carson Nicholas Leo Casalbore Anne Caitlin Cawley Lindsay Ann Chalmers Adedrea Iyana Chaney David Richard Cheeseman Dustin William Christensen Rachel Elaine Clapper Brett Allen Claxton William Joshua Cleary Matt Allen Clemens Justin Kent Clouser Meredith Leigh Coats Andrea Elizabeth Cofield Katelyn Patricia Conrad Jac Alan Cooper, Jr. Kathryn Lee Cooper Elle Kathleen Cordes Tanya Spector Corman John Joseph Costello Michael Justin Cowden Kerry Ann Cragin Zachary Dale Criswell John David Cross ◆ Catherine Alice Crossley Erin Elizabeth Curran Molly Kathleen Curran Abigail Lindsey Currens Kathryn D’Andrea Sunny Marie D’Angelo Gregory Paul Dahman Katherine Elizabeth Dalin Christopher Xavier Daly Nicholas Thomas Dascoli Jessica Ann Davis Kathryn Jean Davis Melissa Leahy Davis Ashley Elizabeth Day Margaux Suzanne De Moss James Robert De Vries Matthew Alan Demaree Kathryn Grace Denton Samantha Jennifer Diaz Christina Marie Dickerson Evan Matthew Dickerson Jeremy Donald Dickinson Bailey Suzanne Diveley Danetha Nichelle Doe Sara Armbrust Doody Katherine Elizabeth Doogan David Wheeler Doud Christine Dana Dougan Jeffrey Dale Downing Sarah Jane Drew Elizabeth Kathleen Drewes Ryan Scott Dunn Alex Michael Eades Gary Thomas Ehlebracht Seth Christopher Elder Barrett Timothy Ellsworth Jamie Lynne Emerson Ryne Rene Emory Natalie Lynn Erickson Courtney Christine Evans Matthew Jonathon Fair Neil Daniel Farren Michael James Fatigati Erin Devlin Faulk Amanda Nellie Fenn Caitlin Jean Fife Elyse Joanne Fisher Sarah Jane Flick Thomas David Fontana Adam Robert Ford Dorrius D. Ford Claire Frances Forde Timothy Lewis Fox Mark Adin Fuller IV Dustin Wardle Funk Brian William Furman Kelly Marie Gagnon Erin Marie Gatley Anne Sunderland Gavin Amanda Jeanne Gebert Tegan Mary Gebert Benjamin Alan Gibson Amanda Lynn Giddings Kathryn Williamson Gobel Andrew Jeffrey Good Celeste Marita Gossmann Kendall Elizabeth Grady Cambia Sussette Green Michael Carlton Gregory Anne Hoffman Groggel Jesse Lee Groh Kendal Ryan Gulbrandsen Leigh Ann Gusky Gretchen Janet Haehl Gwen Margaret Haehl Courtney Lavon Hague Kathryn Anne Haklin Kimberly Dawn Hamer Maddison Ann Hamil Martha Lyn Hardy Kim Ryan Harper Michelle C. Hasler Trace Jolynn Hassler Brady Barbara Hayes Brittany Nicole Hellmich Jessica Ann Hemmelgarn Meredith Catherine Hendershott Patrick Nolan Henry II Sabrina Joann Henry Megan Marie Hilbrich Adam Kendall Hilkert Lauren Anita Hill Ryan Patrick Hoffman Katie Rebecca Holland Stephanie Lee Hollander Jessica Marie Hollar Natalie Beth Hollies Jessica Renee Holmes Mark Welsh Holwager Robert Smith Honkisz Brandon Royce Hood Stephen Lee Horrighs Ty Christopher Hoskins Lauren Toerner Huff Andrew John Ibendahl Brett Koji Imamura Christopher James Jackson Elizabeth Bennett Jackson Colleen Patricia Jensen Claire Elizabeth Johnson Laura Ann Johnson Julian Ross Jones Phillip Allen Judd Matthew Philip Kalasky Karyn Amelia Keenan Courtney Lynn Keilman Justine Mariel Keller Matthew Sean Kelley Natalie Jane Kennedy Tory Williams Key Dusty Lavaughn Kime William Z. King Timothy Gordon Kirkpatrick Jane Katherine Knoche Emily Kara Knust John Michael Kochanczyk Jennifer Cristine Kopecky Kara Elizabeth Kreikemeier Matthew William Krein Kristen Dianne Kriegshauser Greta Anne Krucks Aleksandra Kamila Krzywicka Matthew Michael Kubacki Matthew Henry Josef Kurzynski Andrew Stephen La Casse Dimitrios Costandinos Lalos Robin Kay Lamkin Tara Elizabeth Langvardt Tracy Ellen Laramie Hannah Gaar Laughlin Shaylyn Prevard Laws Cherisse Annette Le Jeune Rachelle Therese Le Jeune Charles Michael Lee Jeremiah Thomas Lee Michael Paul Lindsey Laura Christy Link Jeremy Steven Lock Whitney Harrison Long Jason Matthew Loreaux Katy Deann Losure Kalei Danielle Lowes Daniel Paul Lucero William Wicklund Lutz Andrew William Mac Donald Henry Herbert Malm II Hannah Elizabeth Marston Ryan Anthony May Melissa Ann McAdam

2007

ANNUAL FUND: $2,924 DONORS: 94 PARTICIPATION: 20% PATRONS CIRCLE James Philip Updike BUILDERS CIRCLE Kathryn Diana Brus Brittany Morgan Crisan David Thomas Furman, Jr. Jennifer Elizabeth Jessen Marian Joan McLaughlin ◆ Abigail Jackson Trainor CONTRIBUTORS Dylan Christian Allread Janelle Corrine Amberg Stephen Nii Aryee Karen Allison Babbs ◆ Lindsay Ann Bartlett Matthew Grant Barwise Ashley Lynne Baxstrom Lauren McDermit Beatrice Jacob J. Blasdel Alexander Albert Boucher Laura Elizabeth Brandsen Bess Meredith Browning Lauren Len Budreau Mary Webster Compton Thomas Swisher Corbett Susan Marie Cordes Janine Elizabeth Crantz Claudia Alejandra de León Amanda Mary Elizabeth Decker Kathryn McKenzie Deppe Lindsay Erin Eckert Joshua Gill Enneking Elisabeth Walker Evans Elizabeth Adrienne Farrelly Allison Elizabeth Fisher Rebecca Jean Gaines Brandon Sean Gee Anthony Joseph Gemma Christopher Raymond Gines Katie Jo Goforth Anna Marie Hake ◆ Kyle Alan Hawkins Brandon Jameson Horn Stacey Ann Johnson

2008

CLASS CO-CHAIRS: John Miles Buchta Catherine Alice Crossley Elizabeth Claire Tassell ANNUAL FUND: $3,568 DONORS: 426 PARTICIPATION: 72% PATRONS CIRCLE Bradlee Cottrell Jacobs CONTRIBUTORS Mark Christopher Abdon Cassie Melissa Abraham Elizabeth Suzanne Ackermann Robert Joseph Alexander Jeremy Andrew Alland Ashley Ellen Alles

Report of gifts received July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008.

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AnnuAL HOnOR ROLL of DOnORS

Amy Robin McDonald Ryan S. Mc Elwain Alex Patrick Mc Intyre Sarah Kubec McClamroch Monica Anne McClure Emily Catherine McGill Brett Alan McGrath Molly Elaine McKelfresh Sara Elizabeth McMahon Laura Michelle McOsker Christopher Francis Medeiros Edith Daisy Medina Huarita Anne B. Medlin Michael Gary Metroka Angela Michelle Metz Aaron William Meyers Amy Catherine Miller Antonia Elise Miller Luke Reynolds Miller Ryan Paul Minor Marisa Louise Mokodean Christopher Paul Montagano Daniel Allen Moon Rachel Elizabeth Moore Bradley William Moritz Dennis Edward Mullen Madison Bryn Murphy Ali Combs Murtaugh Kathleen Claire Musca Ruth Nduta Kelly Marie Niezer Jamie Ann Nipple Scott David Noel Brittney Kay Nondorf

Grace Ann Noppert Daniel Brandon Notestine Haley Ann O’Brian Rachel Elizabeth O’Brien Nicole Marie O’Neill James Oluwatobi Odetunde Graham Howard Oster Joseph Connar Owen Kristin May Oyler Amrita Kaur Padda Louis Anthony Pagano, Jr. John Emmanual Pantos, Jr. Allison Cain Parish Nicholas Kenton Parkinson Laura Lynn Parks James Stephen Patton Madison Howard Payton Katharine Ellen Pell Jacqueline Kyle Pence Taylor Christine Penrod Joshua Reinaldo Perez Emily Kathryn Petrus Drago Petrusic Ryan Robert Pluth Beth Marie Polin Erin Lynn Ponto Brandon Lee Pope Audrey Lynn Porritt Morgan Lynne Price Katherine Laura Rames Emily Blaine Randazzo Katherine Anne Rasmussen James Redd IV Eric Martin Reese

Aubrey Denae Rhodes Patrick Kramer Rice Cathryn Grace Richter Christopher Forrest Roberts Paul Edward Rodenhouse Jennifer Lyn Rogers Maria Anastasia Romaine Alison Jean Rose Anne Elizabeth Ross

Jill Elizabeth Schneider Maura Eileen Schnoebelen John Leo Schomburg Stephen Sylvano Schott Sarah Elizabeth Schultheis Kari Kieper Serak Whitney Dee Sewell Philip Wayne Shaffer Deanna Christine Shaw

Kathryn Marie Roth Rachel Kathleen Routh Samuel Stanford Rund Jessica Louise Runkel Sarah Elizabeth Sadowski Nicole Wendy Samsel Stacey Erin Sands Scott Fredrick Sauer Andrew Roger Sawyer Kelly Nicole Schaffer Anna Riley Scheibel Reed Johnson Scherrer Courtney Michelle Schmidt

Connie Suah Shim Christina Marie Shockley Cody John Shoemaker Justin David Sikes Brock James Sishc Kristin Michelle Skowronski Brian Christopher Smith Grant Stanton Smith Allyssa Ann Snyder William P. Snyder, Jr. Ashley Elizabeth Sorenson Michael Thomas Sprengnether, Jr.

Paige Elisabeth Stallings Charles Drew Stanley Elizabeth Hunter Steele William Andrew Steinhoff Anne Kingston Stephens Amy Lynn Still Trevor Eugene Stone Daniel Thomas Streitz, Jr. Laura Rae Suchy Angela Michelle Sulek Brian Joseph Sullivan V Sarah Elizabeth Summers Matthew Hartman Sumpter Craig Evan Sweeney William Preston Tank ◆ Elizabeth Claire Tassell Joseph Paul Taylor III Philip Alfonzo Taylor Robert Clay Taylor Michael Eugene Tennery Sean Michael Teska Elizabeth Marie Thiele Katelyn Leigh Thompson Kyle James Thompson Kaitlin Elizabeth Thomure Jeffrey Michael Tienes Shannon Lee Trabert Jacob Ryan Tri John Hollister Tschantz Theodore Constantine Tubekis Paul Davidson Turner Moira Kathleen Vahey Peter William Valentine Jennifer Mae Vann

John Thomas Vaughn Nicholas Quentin Vetz Daniel Drew Vidican Elise Katherine Wagner Gregory Randall Wagner Brianne Lanae Walgamuth John Gerald Wallace John Gilbert Wallace Rachel Emma Walsh Megan Lynn Walton Kelsey Jenna Warsinske Marjorie Eileen Weigel Phillip Hammond Weirich Leia Dawa Welsh Ryan Patrick Werntz Aaron John Wham Phillip Michael Whitley Lauren Marie Wiehl Emily Little Wightman Frederick James Wildt Joanna Leigh Will Andrew James Williams Laura Anne Wilson Leah M. Wilson Emily Smith Winders Frances Kei Lin Won Meredith Claire Woods-Koppitch David Michael Worthington Emily Catherine Wurth Charles Xiaoxi Yang Sarah Yekinni Kate Lynn Ziegelgruber William Christopher Zola


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.


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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 2007-08, gifts from non-alumni parents of current and past DePauw students totaled $159,894. DePauw thanks the following Parents’ Fund Committee members for another successful year. Harold D. Bauer and Susan R. Bauer Mark F. Enenbach and Janis Enenbach Michael Keeley and Janice M. Keeley, Co-Chairs Gregory W. Kuper and Deborah A. Kuper Stuart W. Rhodes John T. Rich and Marion R. Rich Paul D. Rogers and Caroline A. Rogers norman M. Saba and Pamela Saba Grover B. Simpson and Mary Beth Simpson Steven C. Wojanis, Jr. and Kathy A. Wojanis

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 2007-08 Annual Fund.
TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** R. David Hoover and Suzanne Anderson Hoover ◆ George L. Mazanec and Elsa B. Mazanec EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** nicholas D. Chabraja and Eleanor Chabraja Michael R. Conner and Susan O’Keefe Conner Robert J. Darnall and Marletta Farrier Darnall ◆ G. Richard Locke and Judy Blang Locke William H. Robbins III and Sally Smith Robbins Ian M. Rolland and Miriam V. Rolland Michael L. Smith and Susan Leet Smith Lee E. Tenzer and Marilyn E. Tenzer ◆ John H. Wallace and Sarah Reese Wallace R. Lee Wilson and Deborah Riefe Wilson PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** William Jenks and Christine Boeke Don R. Daseke ◆ Luis R. Davila and Deborah White Davila Gary Paul Drew and Sandra Aldrich Drew Frank T. Page and Kay Page Andrew J. Paine, Jr. and Jane Medaris Paine Frank H. Roberts Gordon V. Smith and Helen C. Smith Norval B. Stephens, Jr. and Diane Forst Stephens Richard A. Warne and Jane Leahy Warne Michael Scott Welch and Kimberlee Ann Welch 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 Arthur L. Bryant and Carol Shanahan Bryant ◆ William R. Burleigh and Anne Husted Burleigh Robert C. Canfield and Patricia Harms Canfield ◆ Barbara Tracy Cochran William L. Cole and Alexandra Lutzow Cole James S. Cunning and Lisa Stone Cynthia Ann Diller Lee E. Dirks ◆ John P. Douglass and Emily R. Douglass Donald C. Findlay II and Judith Lilly Findlay Raymond 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 T. Carter Hagaman and Susan Schacht Hagaman Donald L. Hamilton and Emily Hooton Hamilton T. Lyle Harlor ◆ Max W. Hittle, Jr. John Jakes and Rachel Payne Jakes ◆ Christopher L. Johnston and Sarah Lewis Johnston E. Henry Lamkin, Jr. and Martha Dampf Lamkin Charles A. Leis and Marilyn Newpart Leis Michael R. Maine and Suzanne Bauman Maine David N. McKeag and Mary Jo McKeag C. Rick Miller and Janel Howell Miller Dean A. Mitchell and Martha Dunlavy Mitchell ◆ Robert L. Mitchell Robert C. Moore and Sarah Proctor Moore David J. Morehead and Marjorie Davis Morehead Peter A. Morse and Kathryn Murvin Morse Gregory R. Page and Cynthia M. Page Jonathan R. Pantaleoni and Jane Pantaleoni Jerry D. Pontius and Mary Goff Pontius G. Byington Pratt III and Suzi Pratt ◆ James E. Robinson and Carolyn Russ Robinson Edward M. Roob and Barbara Leske Roob Rhys A. Rudolph and Laura Rudolph Robert A. Schmidt and Margaret Sheridan Schmidt ◆ Richard W. Schwartz and Janet Crawford Schwartz Robert F. Sharpe, Jr. and Maria Renna Sharpe Eugene C. Sit and Gail Sit David B. Stevens and Sally Symon Stevens David M. Stone 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 Arthur G. Allard, Jr. and Shirley Andrew Allard Don B. Ansel and Irene Koebke Ansel Roy J. Anthony and Cynthia S. Anthony Mark Winsted Ardington and Mary Jo Morrison Ardington William F. Bahl and Katherine C. Bahl ◆ David N. Barkhausen and Susan Suckow Barkhausen Eleanor Thee Barkley ◆ James H. Beatty, Sr. and Ann Beatty David B. Becker and Christy Becker Jeffrey M. Bernacchi and Mary Lynn Scovill Bernacchi Edward B. Blair, Jr. and Barbara Blair Peter A. Boyer and N. Ling Boyer William L. Brown III and Susan Lange Brown Graham C. Bryce and Sharley Bryce William H. Buettin and Arline Kraft Buettin Robert G. Burney and Katie Burney Rhett W. Butler and Kay Burney Butler Kathryn Doermer Callen Joseph B. Carney, Sr. and Constance Caylor Carney John M. Cassady and nancy Cassady Lawrence W. Clarkson and Barbara Stevenson Clarkson Benjamin G. Cochran and Patricia Cochran Kathryn Schwarz Colten S. Page Cotton, Jr. and Narda Greising Cotton Randall E. Curran and Mardi Curran

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John B. Van Duzer, Jr. and Catherine Curtis-Van Duzer Kirk Jay Daniels and Wendy Jean Daniels Glenn E. Davis and Susan Melberg Davis Richard E. Deer and Lee T. Deer Eugene L. Delves and Sue Howard Delves 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 Duncan G. Fisher and Barbara Miller Fisher 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 Charles A. Gilbert and Carolyn Beasley Gilbert John S. Goetcheus and Janice Goetcheus ◆ David W. Goodrich and Julie Houk Goodrich 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 K. Larry Hastie and Ruth Gordon Hastie Irving M. Heath and Rachel Waltz Heath Charles W. Hillman and Anne Mossberg Hillman Arthur L. Holden and Betsy D. Holden Mark F. Irgens and Susan B. Irgens Kae Morris Jacobs David S. Johnson and Anne Prindle Johnson John Douglas Kay and Ingrid Grujanac Kay ◆ John S. Kemper and Margaret McElwain Kemper 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 James W. LaFollette and Ev Whaley LaFollette ◆ Thomas A. Lancaster and Marilyn Hansen Lancaster Mark E. Lewry and Jean W. Lewry John A. Light III 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 James T. McCoy and Linda Bollinger McCoy Theodore E. Mioduski, Jr. and Eileen Mioduski 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 F. Garret Pfleeger and Marcia Swearingen Pfleeger Glenn Todd Plymate and Elizabeth Myers Plymate William R. Powell and Paula Weir Powell John L. Rabb and Sharon Rabb Paul F. Radcliffe and Sue Oettinger Radcliffe ◆ Ronald L. Randall and Carole Clark Randall Richard A. Reck and Susan Marshall Reck Lawrence D. Rink and Eleanor Zimmerly Rink ◆ Paul D. Rogers and Caroline A. Rogers 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 ◆ D. Reed Scism and Paula Sedgwick Scism David N. Shane and Anne Korb Shane ◆ Grover B. Simpson and Mary Beth Simpson Lee M. Sisler and Linda Sisler Charles L. Smith and Kathleen Keller Smith Gregory W. Smith and Melissa Tharpe Smith Jon E. Socolofsky Thomas L. Stiers and Brenda Enmeier Stiers Norman E. Strasma and Janice Strasma John W. Taylor III and Kaari Taylor Richard M. Temple dec and Nancy Lindquist Temple ◆ Howard N. Thiele and Susan Leis Thiele Richard A. Thomas and Jane C. Thomas J. McRae Thorlton dec and Dianne Harrison Thorlton Jerald B. Turner dec and Mary Hardy Turner Charles H. Watson and Rosanne nelson Watson Timothy L. Weadick and Kelly Chapman Weadick John J. Wellik and Susan A. Wellik Paul M. Wham and Gail Wham ◆ James L. Whitlatch and Ann Baur Whitlatch Frederick R. Williams and nancie Clark Williams John P. Williams and Mary Walbaum Williams James M. Winning and Mary Baker Winning ◆ Steven C. Wojanis, Jr. and Kathy A. Wojanis Thomas S. Yeo and Cynthia Van Tassel Yeo FOUNDERS CIRCLE James Thomas Adams and Carol Lee Adams William R. Allred John T. Anderson and Nancy Filkey Anderson Stuart H. Anness and Susan Anness Robert S. Apatoff and Vicki Garrison Apatoff David J. Apsey and Carol S. Beckert Barbara Forsell Barbieri Richard L. Beardsley and Dianne Korff Beardsley Steven Kent Good and Carolyn Bednar-Good Alfred D. Biggs, Jr. and Ruth Hawkins Biggs Barbara Salmanson Blumberg James L. Bogue David A. Bohmer and Lynn Reuss Bohmer Charles W. Boston and Gharyl F. Boston Max L. Boyd and Betty Soukup Boyd James A. Breckenridge and Suzanne DeCosted Breckenridge William E. Brubeck, Jr. and Elizabeth Vonnegut Brubeck James E. Brumbaugh ◆ William M. Buckman and Alberta Matzke Buckman Spencer B. Burke and Phoebe S. Burke ◆ Jack B. Campbell and Terry Campbell Philip L. Carson and Susan Weeks Carson Steven T. Catton and Debra F. Catton Peter Devine Cleveland and Rebecca Reasner Cleveland Pamela A. Collins Jeffrey Blair Conner and Elise Richey Conner David A. Conrad and Karen uhlir Conrad J. David Cook and Ann Barrow Cook Barbara Koepke Cornelsen David K. Cox and Billie McCullough Cox Wayne A. Davidson and Judith Shafer Davidson Robert Dale Dillon and Lisa Sue Dillon Peter M. Donahower and Lucia P. Donahower Philip T. Doughten and Mary Loop Doughten Duane L. Dowell and Vera Ferris Dowell James W. Downey and Abigail A. Downey Boots Duesing dec and Doris Wells Duesing James W. Dutton and Sarah Katterhenry Dutton Lloyd E. Dyer and Virginia Millard Dyer David L. Emison and Elizabeth J. Emison E. Rabb Emison, Jr. Theodore M. Englehart ◆ Philip n. Eskew, Jr. L. Penfield Faber and Marilyn Melvin Faber Timothy S. Feemster and Gretchen Benedek Feemster Charles W. Fetter, Jr. and nancy Blessing Fetter John W. Fisher and Janice B. Fisher Anthony C. Fitzgerald and Tina M. Fitzgerald James B. Fleece and Karen Hoven Fleece Ronald L. Galiene and Margaret Galiene Donald W. Garlinger and Barbara Thompson Garlinger Barbara Mayne Gasser William H. Gilbert and Kathleen McKay Gilbert Keith A. Gossard M. Lewis Gulick David E. Hall and Kathleen Zinn Hall Terry E. Harris and Mary Harris Harris Russell H. Hart, Jr. ◆ Nancy Lewis Haswell Cleveland P. Hickman, Jr. and Rae Rickenbacher Hickman ◆ Frank F. Hirschman and Sue Strickland Hirschman Peter C. Hledin and Maria Burnatowska Hledin James M. Holland and Jackie Holland Richard C. Holland and Barbara Swisher Holland Robert B. Holland and Elizabeth Gross Holland Joe Gregory Hollingsworth and Nancy Bartlett Hollingsworth Herbert W. Hoover and Barbara Burton Hoover Noble F. Huff and Linda Link Huff Joseph T. Ives, Jr. and Mary Shattuck Ives David M. Ivey Jan Jacobi and Virginia newton Jacobi John A. Jennings and Patricia Williams Jennings John R. Jewett, Jr. and Perry Bockstahler Jewett John R. Jewett and Marybelle Bramhall Jewett Donald Jones and Salena Hotchkiss Jones Kean A. Kamman and Jill Tanner Kamman ◆ Michael Keeley and Janice M. Keeley Duane M. Kelley and Susan M. Kelley Edith B. Kinsey Robert G. Kirkpatrick and Joanne Kirkpatrick John F. Knutson and Judy Knutson David Koester and Mary Koester Michael L. Kubacki and Rebecca Kubacki ◆ Gregory W. Kuper and Deborah A. Kuper Douglas Lee Lambert and Anna Mae Elizabeth Lambert Jack H. Lane and Deborah Zonsius Lane Frederick R. Lane and Carol Ann Lane ◆ Thomas P. Laskey, Jr. and Betsy Baker Laskey ◆ David F. Lau and nancy Pfeffer Lau Robert J. Lavidge ◆ Daniel E. Lewis, Jr. and Linda Brainard Lewis W. J. Lewis, Jr. and Ann Hodson Lewis James B. Life and Patricia Moore Life ◆ C. Sumpter Logan and Linda Ware Logan Robert W. Lucky and Joan Jackson Lucky William J. Mannlein and Dinah Eggers Mannlein Douglas K. Martin and Danita L. Lively Stephen A. Martinez and Julia Ashton Martinez James H. Mason and Anabel Russell Mason Pamela A. McCord Thomas L. McCormick and Mary McCormick Kenneth B. McCoy, Jr. and Barbara Swensrud McCoy Michael S. McCrea and Gay P. McCrea Maurice Lee McDermond, Jr. and Anne Frankel McDermond Craig L. McGaughey and Kathleen McGaughey Richard F. McLoughlin and Anita Henderson McLoughlin John C. Melangton Jack Meng and Engrid Hitch Meng Robert W. Miller and Jane Schwalm Miller Jack L. Moore and Kathleen Moore Robert L. Muller and Shirley Fouch Muller Michael Allbee Murphy and Fran Garrison Murphy David C. Murray and Susan V. Murray William D. Naftzger Raymond F. Nealon and Bonnie M. Nealon ◆ Thomas M. O’Neil and Beth K. O’Neil Robert F. Ogden Clark Orr and Kathleen W. Orr William H. Osha and Judith G. Osha John B. Parks and Roberta B. Parks James D. Parsons ◆ Richard W. Pell and Jane E. Pell Gregg Ramshaw and Mary Leonard Ramshaw Lawrence A. Ratcliffe and Susan K. Ratcliffe ◆ Charles E. Ray and Frances Bagby Ray John D. Reed, Jr. and Diana M. Reed Richard H. Reitz and Catharine Pierson Reitz Dorothy Boyd Richards Richard C. Richmond III and Constance T. Richmond Daniel J. Riley and Rebecca Riley Thomas M. Robertson and Alice Robertson John n. Rooks and Mary n. Rooks Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Ruark Richard L. Schaefer and Katharine R. Schaefer Gary E. Schmidt and Therese A. Schmidt John F. Schneider and Frances Schneider Robert W. Schrier and Barbara Lindley Schrier Roger A. Sheppard and Janine Susott Sheppard Ned A. Smith and Marcia Fobes Smith Sogi Soder and Alice Soder Lisabeth Fortune Somerville Ronald W. Sondee and Mary McCorkle Sondee ◆ Thomas J. Spackman and Donna Stewart Spackman Richard A. Speller and Nancy Speller 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 Raymond Stout and Teri L. Stout Carlton B. Stringfellow and Joellen McFarland Stringfellow ◆ Kim W. Suchy and Terri L. Suchy

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Thomas William Surber and Deborah Ann Surber Donald E. Surber and Nancy Stewart Surber John Eldred Swearingen dec Bruce Stephen Terlep and Virginia Stephens Terlep Richard F. Timmons and Karen Timmons Russell F. Triebel and Jeannine Spangler Triebel Douglas M. Wade and Ann Thomas Wade C. Richard Walker, Jr. and Elizabeth Kaiser Walker Richard L. Walker and Melissa Watson Walker Karl C. Wasson and Ann E. Wasson Thomas P. Weirich and Harriet Weirich Walter E. Wells P. Andrew Wieland and Roxana S. Wieland John F. Wilhelm III and nancy Hadley Wilhelm Stanley A. Williams and Sueann Stedman Williams Dale G. Wills and Cynthia B. Wills Lynn Halloran Yaeger Oscar F. Yanson and Julia Countryman Yanson William A. Zukoski and Miriam Ely Zukoski PATRONS CIRCLE David T. Allen and Carol Ann Allen Peter T. Allen and Sally Hauck Allen Richard A. Ames and Marcia Barron Ames Jim Anderson and Marilyn Anderson Brevoort Baker II and JoAnn Givens Baker John C. Barber and June Scott Barber ◆ Harold D. Bauer and Susan R. Bauer ◆ Dennis C. Becker and nancy netherland Becker Jane Evans Berghoff Brian W. Birnie and Beth Birnie Richard C. Boling II and Babette Arbogast Boling Bryce C. Boothby and Bette Johnston Boothby Nancy Bardonner Bossert Elmer P. Brestan and Marguerite Brestan Robert D. Britigan, Jr. and Susan Locke Britigan Daniel E. Brunette and Mary Beth Dreyer Brunette William D. Bucher and Jane Arterburn Bucher John W. Busey and Judith R. Busey Gerald D. Capoot, Jr. and Sally Capoot ◆ Richard T. Carlin and Roberta Graef Carlin ◆ Guy A. Carter and Sondra Carter John T. Casey and Mary Linda Casey Douglas R. Chamberlain and Linda J. Chamberlain Shirley Dungan Cline Warren J. Close Robert Kent Clough and Linda Grandt Clough Rick L. Coffin and Sarah Robinson Coffin Charles S. Combs and Virginia nelson Combs James C. Costin and nancy Boyd Costin H. Keith Cox and Loraine Loomis Cox James R. Crossley and Celia Crossley Gregory A. Crow and Arlene Burnside Crow Nancy Bain Cunning Stephen Daly and Candace Johnson Daly G. Richard Danielson and Phyllis Nelson Danielson Miles J. Davis Albert S. Deichmiller Frederick K. Donaldson and Suzahn Donaldson Gary J. Dressel and Marilyn Sue Dressel K. Luke Eades and Shannon Coghlan Eades James A. Felts Roy J. Ferguson and Marilyn Sanders Ferguson Bernard F. Ferringer and Vicki Lind Ferringer Jere David Field C. Thomas Floyd and Charlotte Thiemelke-Floyd Richard Robert Funk and Martha Huffman Funk Mark T. Garrigus and Nancy Matthei Garrigus Thomas H. Gee and Tedra Gee Robert K. Gibson and Lynn Sturgeon Gibson Frank Walker Gilmer and Peggy Gilmer Thomas R. Golden and Anne Troxel Golden ◆ David W. Gray and Sarah Graser Gray J. Thomas Grayson and Helen Gerber Grayson Frederick M. Green and Judy L. Green Alan L. Grogan and Susan Grogan ◆ Steven P. Grossnickle and Loretta Grossnickle George C. Halfmann and Mary Morgan Halfmann Michael A. Herrell and Helen Herrell J. Q. Herrin and Nancy Rich Herrin G. Richard Hershberger and Jo Petry Hershberger Jeffrey L. Hodge and Kathryn Beth Hodge Steven D. Hoenig and Julia May Hoenig William B. Hoenig, Jr. and MaryBelle Ferguson Hoenig John B. Holdeman and Dian Alfrey Holdeman Clifton L. Holmes and Laqueta Holmes Steven Arthur Holt and Emily Ann Holt David W. Holty and Jane Striebeck Holty Thomas C. Huff and Janet Huff Thomas Hughes and Jane Roehr Hughes Thomas W. Hunter and Barbara Day Hunter dec Robert V. Johnson and Virginia Milbacher Johnson Theodore M. Katula, Jr. and Linda Martin Katula James D. Kelly and Teresa Martella Kelly Robert M. Kelsey Stephen L. Kendrick and Helen A. Kendrick J. Howie King and Jane Clements King Robert E. Klee and Cynthia Coridan Klee Polly DePenaloza Kramer ◆ John Lawlor and nancy Lawlor Robert L. Lee and Marjorie Self Lee Robert D. Leigeber and Eleanor Crosby Leigeber Joe C. Leonard and Karen Leonard norman J. Lerum and Eileen Burns Lerum Thomas E. Lilly and Marianne Lilly Peter F. Mackie and Catherine Bodin Mackie Barry Samuel Markman and Judy Williamson Markman Dwight E. Matthews and Ellen L. Matthews Wayne May and Marion Wrege May dec Michael Stanley McGraw and Mary Randolph McGraw Patricia McGreevy Kenneth Michael McLoughlin and Sheri Maria McLoughlin Gary K. McWilliams and Nancy Redding McWilliams Terry M. Miller and Martha J. Miller Louise Martin Mohler Harry D. Moore and Margaret Sandy Moore dec Michael J. Moran and Mary Johnson Moran John M. Musgrave and Portia Mutschler Musgrave David W. Neeb and Sarah Carroll Neeb James B. Nelson and Jean Nelson Robert E. nelson and Janet nelson Joseph S. Northrop and Marcia Utter Northrop J. Bergen Parkhill and Marilyn Basinger Parkhill William David Pendl and Deborah Meier Pendl Marcia Edwards Peterson James G. Petrus and Karen Petrus Frank J. Pistoia and Cynthia A. Pistoia Glen D. Pittman and Jeanne Decosted Pittman Daniel H. Ransdell and Rhonda Ransdell Michael F. Rapp Stephen A. Rappaport and Pamela Flummerfelt Rappaport Fred L. Rasp and Cynthia Adolphsen Rasp Erick R. Ratzer and Jeanne Mason Ratzer Charles F. Reinhardt and Linda Ieler Reinhardt George J. Roberts and Debbie Roberts Barry O. Rudert and Rosalie Rudert Walter Schmid and Marilyn Miller Schmid Bruno Beat Schmitter and Judith Schmitter 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 Ellen Beebee Shelby Joanne Arvidson Sheperd William G. Shorney and Erika Esser Shorney Thomas Simpson and Nancy Husband Simpson Wendell K. Simpson Carl P. Singer and Margaret M. Singer Gerald Skidmore and Sarah G. Skidmore Frederick M. Soster and Jennifer Clarkson Soster Peter F. Spataro and Elizabeth B. Spataro Kay Leonard Stephens

Endowment Gift at Work

Sociologist stresses importance of interdisciplinary studies
“The value of interdisciplinary studies in general is that we look for answers to real-world problems, and not simply learn the knowledge that each discipline has to offer.” Tamara M. Beauboeuf knows a great deal about working across disciplines. An associate professor, Beauboeuf teaches in the areas of sociology, education studies and women’s studies. A past recipient of time-out awards from the John and Janice Fisher Fund for Faculty Development and of the Exemplary Teaching Award, Beauboeuf has developed several courses with interdisciplinary content. Women in Education explores the experiences and contributions of women and girls as students, teachers, researchers and innovators over the last 150 years. She also teaches Women, Culture and Identity, which examines what constitutes plural notions of femininity from such vantage points as sociology, literature, psychology and gender theory. Her main area of research centers on “racialized gender.” It is not enough, Beauboeuf explains, to speak of women or men in broad terms only. “Gender always has race involved in it.” Through a series of personal interviews with women, Beauboeuf has explored the concept of “the strong, Black woman,” its historical origins, its meaning in the lives of individual women, and its function among other stereotypes in our society. Here at DePauw, Beauboeuf is thrilled to take part in what President Casey calls “intellectual play.” She adds, “The university recognizes that we came into these disciplines because we fell in love with them.” She notes that it is support for faculty development that keeps professors intellectually engaged – an engagement, and an excitement, that she gladly passes along to her students as a teacher-scholar.
Report of gifts received July 1, 2007, through June 30, 2008.

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Jack R. Stodghill and Beverly Mullen Stodghill Robert N. Supple and Sue Farrell Supple Larry G. Sutton and Patricia Hollister Sutton Donald B. Swain and Mary Price Swain Robert J. Thomas and Doris R. Thomas Richard A. Thornburg and Joyce Ledstone Thornburg David Vance Tobik and Anne Harter Tobik James M. Totman Thomas C. Tubekis and Barbara Martin Tubekis Robert E. Van Metre and Barbara A. Van Metre P. David Waller, Jr. and Gail Robertson Waller Scott David Weiner and Carolyn Anne Weiner Robert O. Weiss and Ann Weiss John Wernert III and Cathleen Graham Wernert Christopher R. White and Kimberly A. White Julie Smith Wiehl Elizabeth Hedges Witteveen David John Workman and Faith Elizabeth Workman Robert B. Wright and Marianna Soaper Wright ◆ Wendy Ferguson Wright John O. Wyandt and Dorothy Johnson Wyandt Robert C. Zimmer and Ethel Ford Zimmer BUILDERS CIRCLE Ramachandra B. Abhyankar and Rashmi R. Abhyankar Ruth Henley Adams Frank B. Adney, Jr. and Mary Alice Claycombe Adney David C. Ahlgren and Deborah Adams Ahlgren J. Patrick Aikman O. Bukky Akinbola and Obo Effanga Akinbola Melvin L. Allen and Joyce Vietzke Allen Wesley H. Allen Donald K. Andersen and Ann Freehafer Andersen Anonymous Richard B. Annett and Cynthia Perin Annett Samuel Richard Ardery and Patricia Stevens Ardery Kimberly Johnson Arrington James L. Babcock and Lynn Maish Babcock William J. Baier and Gini Baier James J. Baldwin James H. Barrett and Beth Stewart Barrett Richard P. Barry and Jody Witherspoon Barry Robert C. Bayer and Patricia Bayer Kenneth W. Beadling, Jr. and Susan GilbertsonBeadling Frank R. Bean and Joyce L. Bean Arthur F. Beck and Sharon Latham Beck Berton H. Belt and Barbara Hartong Belt L. R. Bennington and Karin Hennings Bennington Gilbert H. Bierman Allen K. Billingsley Kent A. Billingsley, Jr. and Patricia D. Billingsley J. Curtis Blang and Grace Blang Raymond D. Bock, Jr. and Melinda J. Bock 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 Lynn Tozer Bowles Mary Fisher Bowmar John F. Boxell and Marilyn Smith Boxell Mark A. Boyd and Stephanie June Boyd Thomas P. Boyer and nancy Eshcoff Boyer 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 Robert F. Breese and Miriam Cole Breese Mary Murphy Bretscher Andrew J. Brown and Betsy Steffen Brown Raymond P. Brown Thomas L. Brunkow and Katherine Ault Brunkow Jerry M. Burand and Joann Decker Burand David L. Burke Keith W. Burnham and Joanne Gits Burnham John E. Burns, Jr. and Martha W. M. Burns Stanley R. Bushouse and Judith Staebler Bushouse John D. Butler and Candace Judah Butler Joseph Butler dec Charles M. Byers and Penny J. Byers Dan E. Bylenga, Jr. and nancy Johnstone Bylenga Douglas R. Cahill and Kathryn Cahill William C. Caldwell, Jr. Donald Keith Campbell Jesse James Cancelmo and Christine niles Cancelmo nancy Carlson Stephen A. Carns and Nancy Wolf Carns Thomas R. Cath and Allison A. Cath James K. Chamness and Dorothy Frey Chamness J. Eric Christman and Marsha L. Christman Robin Cochran Christman John R. Claycombe David W. Clifford and Jean McCalister Clifford Richard E. Clift W. Michael Clippinger and Ellen Myers Clippinger Joanne Beil Conners Barbara Reiners Constance Dean L. Cook and Susan Correll Cook Bruce H. Cooke and Janice Mullen Cooke Marc E. Cooper and Linda Cooper David E. Copher and Martha Dehner Copher Alan S. Cordell and Diane Davis Cordell Patrick Corrigan and Linda Buell Corrigan Michael L. Costello and Laura J. Costello Andrew Richard Creighton and Katherine Mary Creighton Mark A. Crisan and Janelle L. Crisan David E. Cross and Charleen Cross Waneta Maxwell Dailey Bruce R. Danner and Lois Cashin Danner William J. Darosett and nancy Phillips Darosett Dick Daugherty and Shirley Lauridsen Daugherty Geralyn Rose Davis James D. Davis and Susan G. Davis Phillip C. Davis and Mary Emison Davis Scott Layne Davis and Joan Kuhl Davis Richard F. Davis and Suzanne Wagner Davis James W. DeArmond and Patricia Murphy DeArmond Ralph F. DeRose and Mary Ann DeRose nancy Wittgen DeVoe William B. Degitz and Rebecca Wray Degitz John R. Dehner and Maribell Dehner Delmar Earl Demaree III and Martha Daniel Demaree Stephanie Diane Dietz Daniel C. Dillon and Catherine Hash Dillon David A. Dimmers and Caroline Adair Dimmers Jane Lambert Doerge Herbert K. Douglas and Sharon Ronneau Douglas Robert J. Dow and Vicki Dow Philip B. Dray and Meredith L. Dray 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 Ronald B. Eich and Kathryn W. Eich Charles R. Ellinwood and Susanna Bowers Ellinwood Donald F. Elliott, Jr. and Dorothy Elliott Jesse Duncan Elliott and Susan Ruwitch Elliott Randall A. Emerson and M. Jo Emerson Earl A. Enix and Candy S. Enix David S. Ensing and Gretchen L. Rohm Donald J. Evans and Kathleen Vietzke Evans Thomas N. Ewing, Jr. David L. Faulk and Kris Maroon Faulk Peter M. Fellegy and MaryEllen D. Fellegy John D. Fetters and Marilyn Holtman Fetters Hilliard J. Fjord and Hope Kain Fjord Charles H. Flatter and Janice W. Flatter William H. Fletcher and Helen E. Fletcher Dennis G. Fogarty and Christy Fogarty David G. Fontana and Jeanne Fontana Robert M. Forslund and Beverly Close Forslund Thomas C. Fox and Betty W. Fox John D. Frankel and nanette Thomas Frankel Willard J. Frederick and Kathryn J. Frederick C. William Freeby and Marcia Andrews Freeby Russell L. Freeland and Joan Miles Freeland Jerry A. Freeman and Alice Rogers Freeman Phyllis Wefel Fruechtenicht James R. Gammon and Sharon Sanders Gammon Charles L. Gardner and Rita A. Gardner Robert H. Gardner John T. Gaunt and Marcia E. Gaunt Karl E. Gibson and Sarah Jewell Gibson David W. Gilbert and Meg Gilbert James W. Gladden, Jr. and Patricia T. Gladden Michael Dean Gladson and Lisa Raible Gladson Robert L. Glass John R. Gottbrath Richard D. Gottfred and Catherine Huff Gottfred Jack W. Graham and Sofie B. Larson Graham David Martz Grant and Patricia Strauss Grant David Edward Grass and Mary Ann Grass Elizabeth Roberts Greene Gordon F. Greenman Robert A. Greising and Margaret Kissling Greising John H. Greves III and Mari McGaughey Greves Gerald H. Gruber and Linda Gruber Gordon Blue Guess and Carole naber Guess ◆ Donald n. Halbert and Elizabeth nesbit Halbert 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 James R. Hanahan and Linda Stang Hanahan Jay B. Hanselmann Marion Goldthwaite Harcourt ◆ Thomas O. Thompson and Thelma Hunter Harkness-Thompson Louis W. Harmening, Jr. and Janet Bloxsome Harmening Howard L. Harmon, Jr. and Anne Emison Harmon Gloria Hatfield Philip C. Hauck and Kathrine Harris Hauck William F. Hayes, Sr. and Susan Seaforth Hayes Carolyn Waller Heagey Craig R. Hedin Linda nye Heitzman Charles R. Heller and Nancy Crane Heller Rollie L. Helmling and Carol Flummerfelt Helmling C. Salen Herke Richard E. Hett and Barbara Murray Hett Jerome R. Hey and Lucinda Jones Hey Prudence Dix Hilger Albert F. Hill and Nancy Vandermoer Hill dec Elizabeth Surbeck Hitchner George F. Holland II and Elizabeth Hardy Holland Pamela Hollar James Hollensteiner and Wanda Hollensteiner C. Curtis Holmes Rebecca Johnston Howard 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 Anthony P. Isch and Anna Isch Rosanne Miller Jacks David P. Jacobs Ray S. Jacobs dec and Miriam White Jacobs Karen neighbours Janssen Norman F. Jay and Judith Harding Jay Thomas Michael Jenkins and Elizabeth Susan Jenkins L. Edward John Charles I. Johnson and Shirley Johnson Susan Crabb Johnson James H. Jones and Elizabeth Coe Jones Michael Karpinski and Terry L. Karpinski Victor A. Kassel and Annichen Bohn Kassel Philip Kevin Kazer and Beth Hootman Kazer Wayne A. Keilman and Linda L. Keilman Michael J. Keller and Julie A. Keller Carol Breuhaus Kenney Jason J. Kesler Ronald P. Key and Margaret Tucker Key William G. Kinkade and Diane Lombard Kinkade Daniel B. Kinsey and Mary Helmen Kinsey David Klarer and Constance Ceeley Klarer Robert J. Kleymeyer Richard E. Knapp and Ann Bland Knapp Robert J. Kniskern and Barbara Steele Kniskern Roland E. Koenig Roland M. Kohr and Jane B. Kohr Christine Ann Kreipke Lawrence A. Kriegshauser and Dianne M. Kriegshauser Sheridan Lam and Lisa M. Lam Shirley Veneman Lanum Michael W. Laukitis and Lora Laukitis Roger S. Lawton and Virginia Lawton William B. Leist and Mary Kendall Leist 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 Jon L. Liljequist and Bonnie Barrow Liljequist Doris K. Lininger Richard W. Loring and Janet Teetor Loring Lee Loudermilk and Michele Loudermilk John C. Lowe and Judy S. Lowe norman E. MacGregor and nancy norberg MacGregor Thomas O. Maijala and Jean Fletcher Maijala Merrill M. Main and Sandra Q. Main Harold M. Manifold Mark P. Mantovani and Patricia A. Mantovani neil L. Marchese and Claire Anshutz Marchese William C. Marlatt and Kathryn G. Marlatt Robert E. Matthews Lawrence J. Mordan and Susan D. McCombs Charles W. McConnell and nancy Hackler McConnell

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◆ Thomas A. McElhaney and Janice M. McElhaney John W. McFarland and Nancy Elliott McFarland Joseph F. McGonigal and Denise R. McGonigal John T. McGowan Douglas McLaren and Judith Williams McLaren S. Michael McLaughlin and Mary McLaughlin Robert V. McMahon, Sr. and Carol Borge McMahon Brian L. McPheters and Michal McPheters Paul A. Medlock and Linda Kuonen Medlock George H. Mellow and Carol A. Mellow John Mark Irvine and Valerie C. Merriam Christopher Linn Meyer and Janet Kay Meyer Timothy Edward Meyer and Melissa Phillips Meyer Christos G. Miliotes and Elaine Demos Miliotes Kathryn Weesner Miller Keith L. Miller and Linda Mitchell Miller Paul D. Milne and Elizabeth A. Milne Thomas Foreman Mittendorf and Darla Dee Mittendorf Michael D. Mokodean and Carol Mokodean ◆ Bruce Molitoris James D. Moore and Diane P. Moore Jeffrey K. Moore and Susan Mobley Moore Mary Lu Moran John A. Morehead and Janet A. Morehead Jay A. Morris and Marilyn Miller Morris John W. Morris and Wilma Elaine Bishop Morris Norman G. Morris Gwen 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 Julia Kiesselbach Mullican Alphonsus C. Murphy and Peg Ann Murphy Jon B. Myers and Judith Simpson Myers Bruce David Myrehn and Kimberly Holycross Myrehn Sami B. nammari and Joan nammari Harold E. nelson and Joan H. nelson William R. Nesbit and Nancy Hartz Nesbit Charlotte Hyman neuhauser William A. neumann and Jacqueline D. neumann James E. Nicely and Sonya Jones Nicely James R. nicholson and Margaret McCrea nicholson Thomas L. nolan and Margaret W. nolan Sheila Griffith Nolin John B. noll Maxine Blue noll J. Raymond North, Jr. and Sue Sappenfield North Greggory A. notestine and Sarah J. notestine Michael F. O’Brien and Alice Weyeneth O’Brien James L. Oblinger and Diana Gelene Oblinger Richard A. Ohs and Cathy Ohs Charles Oldfield and Dorothy K. Oldfield Gregory E. Olson and Kathryn S. Olson Joyce Adams Patterson James L. Patton and Denise M. Patton William H. Pearson Donna Hostetter Peebles William A. Pendl John F. Penrod and Paula R. Penrod Gordon S. Peters and Jean Hartsock Peters Kimberly Peterson and Marilyn Thomas Peterson Marcey A. Peterson Paul C. Philips and Marti Philips Dian DerOhanian Phillips George W. Phillips, Jr. and Martha Williamson Phillips Brian C. Phipps and Teresa Phipps Geraldine Primich Pigott M. Edward Pinaire and Marilyn Seabrook Pinaire William H. Poggemeier, Jr. and Eunice D. Wilke Todd W. Ponder and Carolynn M. Ponder Jeffrey J. Porritt and Lynn Fox Porritt Marian Osborn Porter Marjorie Lentz Porter John G. Prodromos and Debra P. Prodromos George F. Qua and Sabra Hansen Qua 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 Dennis G. Richter and Sandra Lough Richter John L. Rikhoff and Karen Knutson Rikhoff V. Eugene Ritz Grover H. Roane and E. Jane Roane John D. Ross and Susan Ross Robert Ross and Victoria Kensek Ross Douglas L. Rossiter and Rosemary Rossiter Philip J. Ruedig and Anne Keeney Ruedig Ned P. Rule and Lynn Rezek Rule Ralph E. Savage and Janet Teter Savage Richard R. Savage and Patricia Dungan Savage Timothy L. Schaub and Lucy G. Schaub G. David Schiering Robert A. Schilling and Rita S. Schilling Charles A. Schirmer and Jeanne Ashbaugh Schirmer David L. Schmalz Richard Charles Schroeder and Angela Marie Schroeder Richard L. Schubert and Judy Chupp Schubert Robert M. Schulte and Bonnie L. Schulte William E. Schulz III and Eula M. Schulz Gene Scott and Beverley Barnes Scott James S. Seebass and Diane Black Seebass Mitchell Victor Yonkler and Sue Ann Seiler L. Ray Sells and Phyllis Rauth Sells Edward Seto John R. Showalter, Jr. Sue Lett Showalter Paul G. Simon and Susan Scott Simon Lucy Brown Sloan Donald R. Smith and Elaine L. Smith Donald E. Smith and Gretel Heinzerling Smith James M. Smith and Marilyn Koch Smith Mary Ann Lacy Smith Ronald D. Smith and Marilyn H. Smith Roy T. Smith and Marilyn F. Smith Wrede Howard Smith, Jr. and Melissa Uelk Smith Kenney M. Snell and Cathy C. Snell Donn H. Spilman and Mary Baughman Spilman Glenn H. Spoerl and Karen Johnson Spoerl 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 George E. Steinhouse and Michele A. Steinhouse Jay u. Sterling and Angela Anne Sterling Steven M. Still and Lynn Bryant Still James R. Stillwell and Judith Ward Stillwell David D. Stone and Margaret Stone Alice Taylor Storey Dan J. Stryker and Patricia Carey Stryker Donald E. Stullken and Elizabeth Russell Stullken Steven E. Swanson and Mary E. Swanson Alice Trickey Swiatek William R. Syverson and Christine M. Syverson Patricia Hammer Taggart Alice Edelmaier Taglauer Douglas Scott Taylor and Elisabeth HildebrandTaylor Julian Taylor and Evelyn Viliran Taylor Lawrence P. Taylor and Margaret J. Taylor Eleanor Davis Tener Michael A. Terry and Elizabeth Godfrey Terry E. Lain Tetrick and Elva Talenberg Tetrick Glenn W. Thompson, Jr. and Ann McQueen Thompson John F. Throckmorton and Martha Throckmorton Robert D. Tiemann II and Mary Gadd Tiemann Thomas Brian Tobin and Suzanne Kermes Tobin James H. Tower, Jr. Allen R. Trowbridge and Martha Moore Trowbridge Imo Yates umfleet Jane Hale Utterback Raymond G. Vasey and Janet Vasey Margaret Brown Wagoner Richard L. Waldron and Susan Cook Waldron David M. Walker and Patricia Jacks Walker Thomas J. Walker and Ellyn Vyhnalek Walker ◆ Donald B. Walters and Barbara Griffiths Walters Robert T. Watson and Jean Mehlig Watson Sharon Stallings Watson Ronald K. Weimar and Carolyn Smith Weimar Lawrence Thomas Welch and Kathleen Gillis Welch Robert T. Whetzel and Sherri Brown Whetzel Charles A. Whitcomb Susan Kolkmeier Whitehouse Robert S. Whitelaw and Paula T. Whitelaw Alec Wightman and Kathleen Wightman Janet Lewis Williams John R. Willman and Marietta May Willman David E. Winton and Nancy Harrison Winton 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 David G. Yahnke and Marilyn Rist Yahnke James A. Yoder and Ellen Yoder noble H. Yoshida and Fumie Yoshida ◆ Richard A. Young and Kimberlee Tweedy Young James D. Zachritz and Arlene Calkins Zachritz John F. Zeiger and Joan Zeiger Raymond Edward Zielinski and Ann Cederblad Zielinski Joelen Cox Zimont CONTRIBUTORS Myles K. Acken and Christine Patterson Acken Judith Folk Aikman William R. Aikman and Rebecca Roush Aikman Thomas Hockman Alford and Martha Raber Alford Linda Allen Peter G. Allread and Laura Mills Allread Martha J. Anderson Colleen A. Anderson-Higgs James L. Andrew and Nancy Andreae Andrew Maria A. Angulo Elbert L. Archibald and Elizabeth Archibald Kermit W. Arnold William C. Ashman and Gloria A. Ashman Gunther W. Baatz and Jacqueline Schuldes Baatz Brian Bruce Baber and Wanda Jean Baber Jay D. Bach and Patricia J. Bach Gary M. Barcus and Regina Minear Barcus Lester S. Barritt and Elizabeth L. Barritt John C. Baumgartner and Donna C. Baumgartner Mary Hester Bayer Warren E. Beebe and Mary Montgomery Beebe Lester E. Beesley and Nancy Beesley Allen A. Bell, Jr. Edward L. Bennett and Kathryn L. Bennett Janet Robison Berger Robert E. Beswick and Gloria Routt Beswick ◆ Dan R. Blunt and Phyllis Stormont Blunt Jack Boeh and Janet Marshall Boeh John W. Breck and Sarah Smith Breck Parke M. Brewer and Denise Ward Brewer Louise D. Brown Wayne Brucks and Susan Koenig Brucks Judith Hager Bryan Judith Walker Buchanan Howard L. Bull and Sheila Kay Settle Vic K. Burriss and Susan West Burriss James W. Burroughs and Donna Morris Burroughs Clifton C. Capp and Dorothy Scott Capp Mary Daggett Carlton Jane Mohler Carpenter James G. Carr and Carol Warren Carr Richard L. Carson and Mary Carson Jack Cassiday and Paula Stenger Cassiday John K. Knoche and Patricia M. Cassiday Jan L. Chalfant and Mary Ann Chalfant Robert B. Chevalier Walter Chroniak and Helen Rudesill Chroniak Richard E. Claar and Constance Evans Claar Joseph H. Clark and Barbara Brewer Clark William M. Clark F. William Clemenson Henry Coan and Nancy Hilliger Coan Richard E. Coffey and Jean McArthur Coffey Elizabeth Phelps Cole Barbara Coons Connelly Tonia C. Cooper Timothy M. Cordes and Janet Cordes Steven P. Crantz and Julie Crantz James A. Crawford and Stephanie B. Crawford Terry A. Cromwell and Janice Cromwell Glen F. Crum and Harriett Hesslin Crum Randal E. Curnutt and Cynthia Cox Curnutt Curt M. Curts and Linda Hoyt Curts Duarte M. Da Silveira and Denise Anderson Da Silveira Charles H. Dale and Mary Stone Dale Russell R. Dart and Marilyn Sue Dart Molly Mitchell Davidson David M. Decker and Susan Stephanoff Decker Harry C. Dees, Jr. David A. Dickerson and Mary Dickerson Claire Heywood Dietz Edward F. Dirks George T. Dodd and Ginger Dodd Richard A. Drewes and Sandy Drewes William G. Drewes and Beth Drewes Robert W. Edmunds and May Gilbert Edmunds William K. Elbring John N. Elliott and Joyce Whitehead Elliott Howard W. Eloe Carol Olson Emens Thomas J. Faber and Rosemarie Hosbach Faber Donald G. Farquhar and Jeanne H. Farquhar Cary Kay Fellman Joseph S. Fletcher and Patricia B. Fletcher Nancy Cox Fontaine Kirkland H. Gates and Kathryn G. Gates Walter B. Geoghegan III and Karen E. Geoghegan John A. Gibson and Ann B. Gibson Robert H. Gipson and Alicia Gipson

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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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C. William Gregory and Pauline Grossman Gregory Michael N. Griffin and Jennifer Sanger Griffin Barbara Banks Gurney Margaret Clippinger Gutting William R. Hallett and Donna M. Hallett Wanda Beebe Hamilton Leslie E. Haney and Laura L. Haney Mary Ann Jones Hanna Ronald L. Hardman and Martha Snavely Hardman David M. Harr and Annabell Harr Samuel W. Hart dec James B. Hawkins and Marcia Hawkins Wade n. Hazel and Tavia S. Pigg Patricia Henderson Patricia Herrell Hentze Allen B. Higgins Chris Lee Hilbrich and Janet Lee Hilbrich Herbert N. Hill and Gloria Reichenbach Hill John W. Holden III and Jane Stewart Holden Jane Hedgcock Holt Franklin D. Horner Carl F. Horton and Evelyn Hartford Horton Richard J. Howson and Katherine M. Howson Melvyn J. Huber Peggy Ragan Hughes nancy Hiller Humphrey Steven R. Jacobs and Susan Thorp Jacobs Cheryl Sorenson Jamison Peter F. Jessen and Elizabeth H. Jessen William K. Johnson and Martha Johnson Janet L. Jones Robert C. Jones and Esther Julian Jones Philip A. Kaminski and Susan Kaminski Katherine Roberts Keenan Margaret Showalter Keith Bradley J. King and Jodie S. King Joe D. Kinnett and Linda Bellinger Kinnett Jonathan Kintner and Edwina Challinor Kintner Charles H. Kivett and Gertrude Macomber Kivett J. W. Klinestiver and Carol Crooker Klinestiver Carl Kling and Meredith Miller Kling Alan Koyo Kojima and Sandra Char Kojima David C. Kolbe and Kathy Manges Kolbe Alex J. Kondonassis Harry Hertzberg and Ruth A. Kovac Jeffrey C. Landon and Mary Jones Landon Samuel J. Lang, Jr. and Caroline Jones Lang Arlen W. Langvardt and Mary Langvardt John M. Lathrop and Constance Ryan Lathrop Timothy R. Laughlin and Sara Laughlin Paul J. Lawrence and Ann Fairchild Lawrence David E. Lenz and Elizabeth Rothfus Lenz Timothy Carl Lesch and Ellen Rae Rosevear-Lesch Robert L. Levy and Betsy Levy Catherine M. Lewis Jo Ankeny Lindamood Ronald Gordon Linville and Vicki Weber Linville James T. Little Jeanne Hickman Logan David F. Mahoney and Nancy Vititoe Mahoney Brent R. Marquand and Karen Marquand Ernesto Marquez and Susan Steele Marquez Yvonne Evans Matson J. Logan Mayfield and Margaret Schatz Mayfield William P. Mayr and Barbara Brucklacher Mayr Brian A. McBlain and Kathryn J. McBlain Martha McCormack George C. McDermit and Donna A. McDermit James C. McGahey and Carolyn Burckhalter McGahey John D. McMillen and Judith Asbell McMillen Gregg A. Meyer and Linda Bailey Meyer William W. Miller and Doris Mahoney Miller Katherine Mosley Mills Dean A. Mitchell and Martha Dunlavy Mitchell James J. Mohan and Maribeth Mohan John W. Mooningham and Gretchen M. Mooningham Thomas E. Mulligan and Alice Fairbank Mulligan William D. Neil and Leslie Lindquist Neil Robert H. New and Marian Merchant New Robert E. Newlin and Barbara Barr Newlin William R. Niersbach, Jr. and Karen Maier Niersbach William David noll and Mary Patricia noll John H. noyes and Clare Grier noyes Katrina Longenecker nummela Dan J. O’Banion and Carilee Phillips O’Banion Douglas B. Oler and Brenda Oler n. Randolph Oliver and Martha Linscott Oliver Donald M. Olson and Mary Harrison Olson Steven Scott Overman and Mary Horton Overman John H. Owen, Jr. and Lois Smisek Owen Edward H. Parsons and nancy Jones Parsons Maudeen Patterson Mary Simmons Pauley Idella Fields Peterson Dana Stuart Pfaff and Jean B. Pfaff Tom Pierce Steven D. Powell and Marianne T. Powell Ernest F. Power and Amanda McFadden Power Val Price, Jr. and Kathryn Ellis Price Don E. Prosser Grace Quan Michael J. Rafferty and Elsie Ferguson Rafferty Marva Redd Gloria J. Revere Robert J. Ricketts and Cynthia Allen Ricketts Robert S. Riggs and nancy Krebs Riggs ned M. Ring and Z. Laury Ring Richard T. Roessler and Janet Williams Roessler Craig J. Rojek and Karen J. Rojek John W. Schlotz John Henry Schmidt Richard E. Schulte and Jamie McDaniel Schulte Richard K. Schweers and Betsy Parker Schweers Conrad Dwight Selle and Anna Grubb Selle William Sever and Janet Sever Mr. and Mrs. David J. Shaw Ewing Shields IV and Marcia L. Shields William A. Shipley and Donna Shipley Donald S. Smith and Debra Jo Smith Elizabeth nelson Smith Helen M. Solero Arthur W. Sprague, Jr. and Nancy Holmes Sprague Fred J. Stark, Jr. and Carol Hauser Stark George F. Stewart and Fauneil Brattain Stewart Raymond W. Stock and Ruthana Osterling Stock Virginia Jacoby Stooker Mary McDonald Stragand Paul Andrew Strandness and Kris Bye Strandness Rose Britt Summers Eric Lee Sutherlin and Martha Libka Sutherlin Douglas C. Swanson and Clare Johnson Swanson Peggy L. Swihart Maureen Sullivan Taylor Margaret Hastings Teegardin Raymond S. Thiem and Vanita Thiem Daniel P. Thomas and Deborah Schade Thomas Larry L. Thornburg and Judith Melvin Thornburg John R. Tichenor and Linda Light Tichenor Byron E. Truax and Mary Quiter Truax Edwin C. Tweedie Charles T. Vear and Gloria Vear Bruce M. Voorheis and Carolyn Turner Voorheis Calvin n. Wade II and Sallie Jarrell Wade ◆ Christopher L. Walker and Shelley Holmes Walker Suzanne Schulze Walker Terence Anthony Walsh and Debra Susan Walsh T. B. Wanberg and Susan Morrison Wanberg Leonard Wanta and Kathleen Golemba Wanta Mr. and Mrs. David L. Weaver David A. Weigley and nancy S. Weigley Joyce L. Rose-Weisberger John T. Weise and Ann O’Connell Weise Kenneth B. Welliver and Mary Lee Hickman Welliver Barbara Carnahan West Rebecca Fortenbery Widmer Kenneth A. Wieland and Janyce Kishman Wieland Susan R. Wilson Wesley Wilson and Elena Warren Wilson Wayne L. Winter and Nickey Winter Joyce Bittner Wylie Carolyn Duncan Young Ronald M. Zochalski and Shirley Zochalski GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Russell J. Compton W. Peter de Penaloza Felix E. Goodson John A. Ricketts Kenneth R. umfleet GIFTS IN HONOR OF Rebecca Benson Steven F. Benson John A. Bollero Katherine O. Bollero James R. Gammon Linda Krucks William n. Krucks Rebecca Lock Steven R. Lock Robert L. Scheibel Susan Scheibel SPECIAL GIFTS ◆ E. Webb Bassick IV and Kathy Bassick David A. Bohmer and Lynn Reuss Bohmer Scott R. Brewer and Carol B. Brewer Howard B. Burkett and Lucile E. Burkett John W. Busey and Judith R. Busey Kathryn Doermer Callen James M. Cornelius and Kathy Cornelius Paul E. Drack and Elaine Drack Gary Paul Drew and Sandra Aldrich Drew David B. Englehart and Helen E. Englehart Theodore M. Englehart Ross n. Faires and Glady Caley Faires Jere David Field Thomas R. Gibson and Sophie H. Gibson Bruce P. Grossnickle and Jeanne Sankey Grossnickle M. Lewis Gulick Adolf Hansen and naomi Hansen Charles W. Hillman and Anne Mossberg Hillman Mildred Greenleaf Hodshire James Hollensteiner and Wanda Hollensteiner James E. Hoover and Carroll Hoover R. David Hoover and Suzanne Anderson Hoover David J. Kirkby ◆ Thomas A. Lancaster and Marilyn Hansen Lancaster Thomas M. Mansager William C. Marlatt and Kathryn G. Marlatt Dean A. Mitchell and Martha Dunlavy Mitchell Frank M. Rasmussen and Carolyn Humbert Rasmussen Ian M. Rolland and Miriam V. Rolland Richard E. Schulte and Jamie McDaniel Schulte Michael L. Smith and Susan Leet Smith Mildred J. Tracht ◆ John H. Wallace and Sarah Reese Wallace Richard A. Warne and Jane Leahy Warne Sharon Stallings Watson Robert O. Weiss and Ann Weiss OTHER GIFTS David C. Ahlgren and Deborah Adams Ahlgren Dale Bates and Denise Reasoner Bates Maureen McCormick Carkeek David W. Clifford and Jean McCalister Clifford ◆ Mark E. English Phillip H. Farris and Barbara Evans Farris Lawrence Eugene Frank and Susan M. Frank Donald L. Hamilton and Emily Hooton Hamilton Robert B. Harding and Susan Harding Louis W. Harmening, Jr. and Janet Bloxsome Harmening Herbert W. Hoover and Barbara Burton Hoover Rosanne Miller Jacks Charles Kostel dec Erik S. Krag ◆ George C. Lortz and Rebecca Watts Lortz James A. Madison Michael R. Maine and Suzanne Bauman Maine Joseph D. Mann David J. Morehead and Marjorie Davis Morehead John S. Null and Nancy Spier Null Carl P. Singer and Margaret M. Singer John L. Spencer Carlton B. Stringfellow and Joellen McFarland Stringfellow Robert E. Van Metre and Barbara A. Van Metre Gary T. Voss and Heidi Voss LEGACY GIFTS James E. Brumbaugh ◆ David W. Goodrich and Julie Houk Goodrich M. Lewis Gulick T. Lyle Harlor Mark C. Mills and Leslie B. Mills David J. Morehead and Marjorie Davis Morehead Andrew J. Paine, Jr. and Jane Medaris Paine Lucille R. Ricketts John P. Rudy and Barbara M. Rudy Thomas J. Spackman and Donna Stewart Spackman Jerry L. Williams and Jane Jones Williams

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FRIEnDS, FACuLTY AnD STAFF
TRUSTEE ASSOCIATES** Robert E. Allen Anonymous Andrea Collins Jane L. Emison Eleanor D. Nelson Amy Zino Reavis Michelle K. Trulaske Billie Lou Wood EAST COLLEGE CIRCLE** Roberta P. Gates Terry Hartshorn Allan B. Hubbard June Leighton Bruce S. Nicholas Charles J. Seidler, Jr. William M. Shaner III Ann Unterberger Smith Gale Edwards Unterberg George Vrabeck PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE** Barbara Daseke Yoshiko Iikubo William Jenks Karen H. McAlister Jean Dawson Meyer William E. Phillips Nelson Schaenen, Jr. Andrea Anania Stewart Cynthia Carll Veatch Kimberlee Ann Welch Nancy Williams Judith A. Young OLD GOLD CIRCLE** Neal B. Abraham and Donna L. Wiley Allan James Anderson Anonymous Brian L. Beals Richard L. Bender Cheryl K. Boswell Blake H. Brown Melanie A. Busey Tammy Cannon Mary Cooke Carroll Leslie L. Casey Jerome A. Castellini Clark J. Chandler Jean V. Chick Barbara A. Cozzens Susan M. Crenshaw Kathleen Crispell Christie B. de Nicola Daniel J. Donoghue Emily R. Douglass Marcia S. Essig Mary E. Fanyo Vickie J. Feutz James R. Field Caren Flewellen Alan F. Fox Ellie George David W. Givens David G. Goodwin T. Carter Hagaman Florence E. Harlor Pam Harlor Richard D. Harrison Martha L. Holmes Linda Johnson Charles Jay Key Sally E. Lanham Jean L. Locke Timothy Lyne Sarah Hunting Mayfield Thomas R. McCully Philip B. McKiernan Susan M. Meyers 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 Monica M. Norman Ben C. Peternell Myrta Pulliam Teresa Onole Rieth Ann M. Sampson Jane W. Schott Pamela Bakan Schuck Maria Renna Sharpe Irma Shields Sara Siegesmund Barbara D. Stone Lisa Stone Derek Storm Doris nealis Strock Brenda Swank Beth Ullem Kimberly Vallee Rosemary Lab Walters Marianne Watson Ida Mae Youse dec CHARTER CIRCLE** Russell Abarr Rosemary Balmfarth Aldrich Herb Allen David T. Anderson Anonymous Mark Winsted Ardington Paul Bailey Kathryn Donaldson Barker David N. Barkhausen Ivette Bear Christy Becker William Beckett Ann Caroline Benson Reece Katherine Lind Bergethon Linda Blake Christine Bohmer Robert G. Bottoms and Gwen Bottoms Larry Boulet Leah A. Boyd E. Rexford Bull Katie Burney Susan Novak Buroker Roger Cannell Doris Casassa Keith W. Charles [dec Guy Comer S. Page Cotton, Jr. Britt Swanson Cryer David Dabbiere Carol Danks R. P. Stephen Davis William M. Dickson Marianne H. Diesbach Sandra J. Dodd Christopher V. Dodds norton T. Dodge Dennis J. Downing Constance D. Drew Karen Driscol Eric L. Edwards Maria Concepcion Emkes Lurie S. Emmons Stephanie Evans Allan W. Ferrin Suzanne Erickson Findley Margaret Finley Duncan G. Fisher Elizabeth Fisher Gerda Fletcher Jane Rutledge Flummerfelt Larry C. Fogdall Carolyn Fredrick William James Frey Bill Frier Shirley White Fulmer David W. Funke Teresa Gayle Fuson Stephen K. Gauly Shannon Gerber David Golder David W. Goodrich Mary Clare Gourley Gai Grannon Linda D. Grannon Kyra Grathwohl nancy Robin Green Kristina L. Greenwood Joseph F. Grinnell Raphael Guerin Benjamin Gulli Craig A. Haddox Cyrus Stephen Hadidi Diana H. Hamilton Keith A. Hammitte Joan K. Hansen Cindi Harbottle James T. Hegenbarth Lois Jane Heller Ellen O. Henry Karen Herzog Shannon Hetzel Jon Paul Hickey David Hildebrand Catherine Hoffman Jeffrey Hollander and Lisa Hollander John E. Hollett III Wright Houghland Douglas Hubbard Carol K. Hunter Liz Ihlenfeld James A. Jagger Barbara Jett Kelly Johnson Wendell H. Johnson Ashley Jones Kebrdle Robert M. King Lori Kinsey Reid E. Klion Janet Wray Koenig Craig Kozak Kathy Kroeger Mary Jude Kuiper Susan Lancaster Arlyn J. Larson Patricia R. Lashua Ann Winings Lavelle Eric J. Lavonas Doris J. Lawhead Enola Gay Lininger John Carl Littrell Katherine Beard Long Douglas S. MacTavish Linda R. Mahrdt Marcia Stevens Manly James McGuire and Carla McGuire Helen M. McKinney Richard D. Mellinger Gaylord L. Meyer Gale R. Miller Patricia Mohr Michael J. Moran Nancy K. Morgenstern Ajay Nagpal Sharon Neighbours Stacey Trowbridge nelson Timothy nelson Todd nicholson Kelli Noard Tsue Asami Ostermann Joe A. Owens Glenn Oztemel David Patterson Diane Penn Karen Ellen Petersen Betsy Danielson Peterson Theodore R. Peterson Joel Pett Edwin McCreary Phillips Susan Hatke Phillips Beverly L. Pinaire Kevin Powers LuAnn Powers Linda Gold Readey Stacy Rechtin Amy Reese K. Peter Rentrop G. Manning Richards Patrick Ronan Stephanie Dee Rubino Janice Runnels Steven M. Ryan Frances P. Sargent Erin Saxby Susan Lorraine Schelleg Gwen Schlesinger Jean Schulze George R. Schumann Ruth Marie Schwartz Amy Hight Schwarz Steven J. Setchell and Cara Brumby Setchell David N. Shane Bryan Sharpe James H. Simkins, Jr. Julie Simmons Susan Ford Sims Alexis Sinclair Therese Ivancovich Sissel Roger P. Skerrett Clifford M. Sladnick Douglas A. Smith Frances L. Smith Susan Smith Sally Sorenson Philip Spahn Judith A. Spence Steven W. Starke neal W. Steinbart Sharon Keever Stevenson Rebecca Stisser Carol Crookshank Stocking James R. Strawn Howard N. Thiele Carol Jean Thompson Thomas Tomasian Catherine A. Torie Allen Town Ellen W. Trovillion Cheryl S. Van Bokkelen John B. Van Duzer, Jr. Raymond H. Van Wagener, Jr. Dale W. Vanden Brink Wanpen Wehrenberg Dianne Jones Weller Jeff Robertson Willis James C. Wood Lisa Wood Nancy Woodruff Christopher J. Wurster Jeffrey Yingling John C. Zink FOUNDERS CIRCLE Joseph Paul Agronick Rhett Alden Melissa Allen Judith Anderson Stephen Anderson Anonymous Roger B. Arend Arnold P. Austin Doris Elaine Autry-Klaas Michael Duane Ayers nancy J. Baldwin Susan S. Barrett Janet M. Beall Brian L. Beatty Melissa Kay Beck Ann L. Becker Mark Becue Robert E. Bell Steve Bella Janet C. Berfield Dorothy L. Berg Karen Riley Bettis Amy Bever Robert G. Beverly Jeff Binder Diona J. Blackwell Matthew P. Boente David A. Bohmer Dana Jo Bollinger Catherine A. BonDurant Peter Boswell David J. Bradley Michael C. Brilley John D. Brookmeyer, Jr. Robert Browning James R. Buck Janet Sorenson Buck William T. J. Burke Alice Rowe Burks Terry Campbell Michelle Carmichael John K. Carr Donald L. Carter, Jr. Thomas L. Carter III Karie Cecil Candice Marie Chaffee Sarah Chevalley Stephen J. Choban Lynn Chreist Geoffrey R. Christy Karen Cittadine Peter Devine Cleveland Margaret W. Cobble John Edward Cochran Linda Cochran Andrea Cockrum Elizabeth Robinson Coffin Martha A. Colberg Beverly Risma Conklin Elise Richey Conner Bryan T. Cook Susan Theobald Crook Steve Curley Roberta Dangremond Richard L. Davidson Kay J. Davis Ruth Wood DeVries David M. DeWitt Mary Catherine Deadman Matthew L. Demmings and Elizabeth Koenig Demmings Violet S. Doan Kathleen Dombhart Lucia P. Donahower Richard Walker Dowell F. Bowie Duncan II Dorothy Dwoskin Virginia Millard Dyer Suzanne Edler Elizabeth J. Emison Kathleen C. Emison Gary E. Engel Marian England Dorothy Englehart Martha English Jacob B. Erkkila Ann Eskew Arthur B. Evans and Jan Evans Daniel Evans Sharon C. Evans Sharon K. Ewing Marilyn Melvin Faber Timothy Farrell Mary Elisabeth Faulkner Charlotte J. Fauth Susan Scott Findlay Melissa Finnegan Vicki C. Fischer Nancy M. Fisher Denise McMahon Fitzgerald Melanie Flynn Natasha Fogel Beatrice Fox John n. Fox, Jr. Ann Frauenheim Jim Freiwald Ernest Frohring Madelon Rose Fross William E. Fuller Karen Ottsen Gardiner Frederick R. Gehlbach Karen Eva Geier D. I. Gillum Kim Marie Gilmore Steven Kent Good Earlene Gossard Loraine Graham Martin Peter Gregor Lois Jean Grubb Michael Gullifor Leslie James Hague, Jr. Gregory Hahn Leslie A. Hallett Douglas M. Halliday Mary Hallward Rick Hammel Susan Ann Hart Jones Diana Wade Hasenbalg Kathy Hasler Kenneth P. Heaps Thomas S. Henderson Wolfgang Henke Peter C. Higbie Ann Glendening Higgins David L. Hill Janet Himan Barbara Swisher Holland Stephen R. Hoover Bonnie Williams Howard Laura K. Huber Keely M. Huff Donald S. Hunt Alice M. Huston Emeli L. Irwin Lofton Lee Isaacson Arnold E. Jeltsch Robert D. Jenkins Perry Bockstahler Jewett James F. Johnson IV

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Patricia S. Jones Max J. Kalm Robert Kasper Linda Forristall Kayler Byron L. Keil Stephen W. Kelley and Lydia R.B. Kelley Robert M. Kern Helen Stickell Kerr Marie Kiepura Barbara u. Kindig Karen Kay King Molly King Rita Kleinschmidt Thomas Klingaman Colleen Knupp Barbara Koosed Kristopher G. Kosup Karl J. Kovach Kenneth C. Krebs Joyce Kuehl Charles P. Kulier Jerry H. Kuo Patrick W. Lane James R. Lankton Earl Edward Lanter Howard S. Lanznar Robert Larocque James Laudick Edward Lee Gayle Legg Lisa Luther Leighty Danita L. Lively Michael Strom Logan Bonnie C. Longnecker Mark E. Lowe Stephen Lowe Fred G. Luber Albert A. Luderer Lauri Lueder Angela Gail Luther Robert C. Manion Carla Mann Clarence John Mann William J. Mannlein Lyle J. Mannweiler Elizabeth Rigby Martin Lucinda Marvin Ann Christine Maurer Brenda McClure Mary McCormick Ralph W. McCormick Wendy McCracken Tonya McDougal Kathleen McGaughey Kimi Scott McGreevy Mark L. McNay John M. Messerschmidt Elizabeth Campbell Metz Karen Meyer Mervyn Michael Richard K. Miller R. Michael Molloy, Sr. Claire Montgomerie John R. Morris Christi Muraida Anna Murphy Anne Cisle Murray Herbert Muse, Jr. Terry H. Musgrave Margaret Naftzger Bonnie M. Nealon Jeanne M. Nelson Mark S. newman Judith nichols Ruth B. Nicoll Mitchell F. nielsen Todd Noden Joyce S. North Melanie J. norton Steven L. Nutt David Nyren Karen J. O’Leary Beth K. O’Neil William A. Oates, Jr. June Ogden Paul F. Oldfield Joseph J. Outerbridge Susan Oblinger Packer Hazel Jean Pagan Harrison W. Parker Kathleen Doerr Parker John G. Pecsok Jane E. Pell Edward A. Petrick Walter S. Pharr nancy Arny Pi-Sunyer Jane Dickey Pidgeon Wallace Pinfold Raymond Stewart Plock Stanley Podlach, Jr. Willis Price Frank E. Proctor, Jr. Barbara Baker Queller Lee Rafkin Gregg Ramshaw Donya Dixon Ransom Betty J. Rauch Christine Reed Deborah Reed Mary Elizabeth Remmel Megan Dillon Remsen Catherine Orser Renken Virginia A. Rice Michael E. Ritchie John R. Roberts Kim Robinson John K. Roth and Evelyn A. Roth Katheryn L. Ruff James Ruiz Charles B. Rush Robert Rutan Richard A. Ryan Trelsie Hunter Sadler Peter A. Santoriello Karen Backlund Schneider Rosetta V. Scott Julie Sheppard Barbara Silcott Kimberly Smith Marcia Fobes Smith Mary Elliott Smith S. Amos Smith Suzanna Smith Harold O. Southard Richard A. Speller Richard C. Spikerman Jennifer Evans Stacey Stephen H. Staelin Robert McKay Steele and Carol Susanne Steele Linda Muller Stengel K. Jane Stephan Robert Stine Carole Stokely Michael Stratton Sue H. Strup Terri L. Suchy Kevin Sullivan Mike Sullivan Nancy Landry Sylvester Jeri Taylor Karen J. Teegarden Hugh Richard Thomas Suann Johnston Thomas Judith Bryan Thompson Frances T. Tilley Virginia Chittick Tolford M. B. Townsend Karen H. Trowbridge Nancy Tucker Judith Prochnow Turk Michelle C. ulmer Mimi Van Horne Carolyn Haimann Vandiver Jean Wadsworth Mary R. Walker Judith P. Walsh nancy Warnes Stephen L. Webster Susan A. Welch Harriet Coons Wells Nila J. Wells Calvin K. Wessman Ann B. White Lawson E. Whitesides, Jr. Jamie Wickett Ruth Ann Widman Emily Baud Williams Shirley Williams Dawna Sinnet Wilson Ken Wilson Dorothy Brochin Wittcoff Elizabeth Witter Thomas P. Wolf Marian B. Wolfe Jean Wood James R. Woolwine Elisabeth Work Doug Young Janet Younger David Yuska Gary C. Zuercher PATRONS CIRCLE Ruth Abraham Margaret Saunders Adam Roger Alig Mimi Schofield Anderson Anonymous Sharon Anson Jean Antoncino David Eldridge Archibald Joel A. Armlovich Linda L. Artuso Amy Ashton Harper B. Atherton Joe n. Austin Carrie Bach Richard C. Bair Mary Balding William Banker Lorie Seitz Barbieri Debbie Barnes Susanne Lamar Barnett Richard W. Barsness Thomas A. Bates Betsy McCallum Baxendale Arliene W. Beesley Steve Bejarano Rebecca J. Bennett Margaret A. Bergfeld Michael E. Berghoff Jeffrey Bernstein Jacqueline Bird Susan Anne Bird Daniela Bitner Donna Blaney Karen L. Bluhm Judith Green Blumberg T. Tad Bohlsen Laura L. Bokar Sue Huffman Bond Douglas E. Born Roger E. Bottum Tim Boyer Jennifer S. Boyll Michael Bradley Scott Braming Barbara Hopke Brill Mark F. Brinkmann John P. Brower Kevin D. Brown Jeanne Moe Browne Pat Bryant John D. Bullock Maria R. Burney Robert A. Burnham Pamela Cagle Linda Campbell Margaret Sweeney Campbell E. F. Camuti Kevin C. Carlisle Joan F. Carlson Laurel E. Carter Thomas R. Cartwright Sylvia Chambliss Susan Chandler Greg Chevalier Joseph Childs Catherine Christopherson Stephen A. Claffey Thomas R. Clark George F. Climo, Jr. Christopher L. Coble Kim O. Colby J. Rowland Cook Carol Hubbard Cooke William H. Cooney Ronnie F. Cooper Wesley Cooper Sue A. Corbett-Florian Nancy Corneille Francesco Cristiano Suzanne Maureen Crouch Drew Crousore James T. Cullen Hannah R. Cullis John Culwell Gretchen Marie Cupples Dean Dawn Curtis Julia R. Davis Anna DeLano Thomas L. Deetz Christopher D. Dell Isola Richard C. Deogracias Kristin Derington-Ruiz Sharon C. Detrick Norbert L. Didier Emanuel J. Diliberto Laura McClure Dirks Sherilyn M. Ditchman Darrin Dolehanty Elizabeth A. Doyle Jane L. Dunham Joseph M. Dunn Michael J. Dwyer Jennifer I. Dye Helen Simpson Edington Diane R. Egley Carmelita Wolfe Ellis Erik Enders Laura A. Enenbach Nancy A. Erman James A. Ermilio Henry A. Erwin Martha Fairfield Jere David Field Cynthia S. Fink Alison Finnegan Ann Fischer William Fisher Caryl Flickinger Lindsey Florez James G. Fogarty Edward D. Folland Barbara Ann Force Bonnie Klein Fox Wendy M. Fox Lewis L. French Michael Fruhling Linda Lyon Frye Julia Friedman Gaff Mark T. Garrigus John D. Gaziano, Jr. Mary C. Gill Anita B. Golba Victor Gotesman Karen L. Granger Margaret A. Gretchen Spann C. Grossman Loretta Grossnickle Marion L. Groves Douglas Guild Teresa A. Guild Chichi Guy Megan Hackbarth Roxann Hagler James D. Hall Robert K. Hall II Sandy Hamrick Linda Hancher Eileen Hansknecht Muriel M. Hardy Tamara S. Hardy Jeffrey J. Harris Kenneth Hartung David Holbrook Hawes Kathy Hawk Lori Johnson Haythorn Susan L. Henricks nancy Henry William F. Hensold Bruce Herbert Theresa L. Herman Jean M. Herr Patricia M. Hess Diane D. Hightower Barbara Hill Michael R. Hilt Thomas Hinkamp Marie Hoag William E. Hoehn, Jr. Julia May Hoenig Carol B. Hoey John R. Hofmann Beth Hogan Shaun P. Holliday Laqueta Holmes Derek Holmgren Emily Ann Holt Kara Kuebler Hopkins Kathleen Costello Howard Suzanne L. Huck Ryan Huddlestun Thomas Hughes Kristine Ebbesmier Hungate Judie Huston Grant Hyland Beverly W. Jackson Sandra B. Jameson Rex Lindsay Jamison Elizabeth A. Johnson Stacy A. Johnson John R. Kahle Judith G. Kalvin Steve Kay Paul L. Kehl James D. Kelly Marlene A. Kelly Edna M. Kelsey Bunny Sholder Kerr Jayne Kersey Lisa A. Kingseed Patricia A. Kinsey Jill H. Kittaka Robert E. Klee Stephanie H. Kleehammer Terri L. Klotz Susan Koenig Elaine Kovalcik David E. Krabach Jeffrey Kramer Joseph T. Krause Frederick G. Krauss Ann F. Krick Pomeroy Philip Sand Krone Heather Landis Nancy Ann Lange Christopher Lannom Jane Larsen Claire Coleman Lauing Harry E. Lavin Kathleen Morrissey Layden Clair M. Lee dec L. K. Lee Patricia Lee Sandra Lehnen Sally Leinicke Kevin L. Leitch Gary D. Lemon and Susan Lemon Karen Leonard Steven Lewis William Lewis Leona P. Libman Anthony Lillibridge Carole A. Lindsey Maria T. Loeffler Robert R. Lowe Peter C. Luedeking Carol Brown Lukemeyer Cathy Korthaver Lund Stephanie A. Lyons Karen Magan Richard William Malmgren Aldo Manzini Cathleen Marek Suzanne I. Marks Patricia Marlin Michael Martell Karen S. May Glenda Tracy McClenahan Michael S. McClure Brian A. McDowell Mary A. McIlroy Donald McIntire Nancy A. McMillan Lee N. McMillion Richmond B. McQuistan Mark J. R. Merkle Tracey M. Millard Nancy Bye Miller Nicole I. Miller Patty Miller Sylvia Miller Wallace H. Miller John D. Milner Thomas G. Milner Karen Mitchell Genevieve Jacobs Monsma Berit Elvira Moore Mark S. Moore Pamela P. Morford John Hunter Morgan Thomas Russell Mote and Deanna Thibodeau Nick Mourouzis and Marilyn Mourouzis Thomas H. Musser and Janet Kay Musser Stephanie naifeh Kristie L. Neff Karen B. Nelson Elizabeth W. nesbit Jill K. netzel Craig nevitt Wendy Jo new Dorothy M. Newell Bruce J. newman Susan C. nicewander Laura Boys Notestine Kathryn Medaris null Steve Oakes Robert D. Oldfield III

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Suzanne Oslos Michelle M. Ossmann Shirley R. Overmyer Kenneth A. Owen Mary C. Page Chris Patchell Kimberly Payne Thomas J. Pearson Douglas G. Perry Jeffrey S. Peters Robert Peterson Jason G. Petrovich Penney Phillips Susan Pietz Theodore A. Pine Bernard J. Podurgiel Ralph G. Powell Tyler Ann Prall Marvin E. Priddy Anne M. Quast Joyce D. Racine Virginia S. Radle Rayne Ragan Richard S. Ratcliff Carleen Reckman Erin K. Reeder John C. Reichenbach, Jr. Roger Reinicker Earl A. Reitan Michelle L. Rhodes Peter J. Riley William Calvin Riley nancy Sue Roberts William E. Roberts Susan Jennings Robertson Claudia Dee Robinson Sarah Robinson Jack Rodgers Dumont Rush Ellen Malone Salter Mary Sutter Sanders Yukiko Satowa Cecil Vann Saunders, Jr. Mary E. Schilling Marsha Schlueter Jon Schmidt Robert G. Schmidt Neal W. Schmitt Arthur Schneider Laura A. Schulte Sara Schymik Joseph M. Scodro Paul Scott Edward M. Segelken Theodore Seger Mary H. Semmer Nancy J. Sharp Barbara Jean Simpson Joshua L. Smiley Sean C. Smyth Robert H. Snoddy, Jr. Betsy Ellis Somershield Frederick M. Soster and Jennifer Clarkson Soster William A. Spring Glenn Stach D. Allen Stanton, Jr. Gail Rosenfeld Steckler Joseph Steigauf Joel Kenneth Stein Christine M. Stemley Catherine D. Stiver Karne Miene Stubbs James E. Swanson Judith Collins Sykora Jennifer Whitehead Tandy Bob Tasto Jeffrey J. Teeter Charlotte Thiemelke-Floyd William N. Thomas Kenneth C. Thompson Sarah Thompson Elizabeth Gregory Thornburg Joyce Ledstone Thornburg Deborah G. Thornburgh David Vance Tobik Mary R. Toole Holly L. Troeger Tracy Truchelut Sandra E. Tucker Dorothy Louise Turmail Dorothy D. Van Riper V Harward Vashaw Ashley Vaughn Joan Wagner Mary Frances Walker Locke Wallace Peter Charles Waller Martha Walter Wm. James Wark Henry R. Warren Christine Watson Margaret Webb Steven E. Wedding Sandra S. Wegenke Jeanne Imbs Weitzel Carol Venerable West Wendy J. Wetoska Timothy A. Wheeler Madalene Bowler White Donna Russell Whitham Allan Williams Erin L. Wilson Maurice E. Witteveen Robert L. Wood Donald P. Woulfe Charles E. Wright Geoffrey J. Wyght Dawn Cornell Yeager Craig R. Yoder Nancy Peyton Yohe Lois D. Young Marguerite Carroll Zelenz Kent Zimmerman Bernard Zimmermann III BUILDERS CIRCLE William Francis Abely II John S. Abernethy and Anne O. Abernethy Frederick G. Acker and Cynthia W. Acker Julia Maserang Acker Barbara F. Adams Brian Stuart Adams Jay K. Adams Beverly Jean Adams Stauffer Betty L. Addison William Akers III Carolyn Alcorn James B. Aldrich Leslie Allen Alexander Jay Alger Jorge Allen Tamara J. Allison Douglas n. Allsop Samantha Joy Amezcua nan G. Amstutz Abdul G. Anbari Steven D. Anderson Veronica Anderson T. M. Andrews Anonymous Douglas Ardell nancy Armstrong Amy Arnold-Hoffmann Robert S. Arrington Ken Asbury Aaron S. Ashabraner Noel E. Ashbaugh Laura McLennan Ashley John Asnis Clark Atkinson Joyce Elaine Augspurger Thomas K. Babington Gini Baier Michael R. Bain Trudy Searles Bain Rebecca Bair Christopher B. Baker Daniel W. Baker Matthew E. Baker Jahice S. Bales Lucretia B. Ball Venita Riggs Ballinger Franchesca Banuelus Dmitri Baraban Genny Barclay Bennett Barcroft Joyce Pallen Barendsen Glenda Barker Anthony Barr John C. Barrett Paul Barrett Thomas Barrett Richard P. Barry Paul R. Bartel Colette Bartholomew Chapin C. Bates Michael A. Batross Ronald L. Baty Nancy Baum Emily L. Bauman John Bealke Charles R. Beans Brent Beaty Thasana K. Beaty Robert Becht Kurt D. Bechthold Sara V. Beck William Beau Beck Kathleen Bedree Diane Rankin Behrens James W. Beimford Andrew J. Beiswanger Sanford Adams Belden Harold J. Bell Mary Ann Bell Anson L. Beman Maegan Benne Edward H. Bennett III P. Douglas Bennett Todd E. Bennett Paul W. Benson Steve Berg Atsuko Y. Berglof Rebecca Bergman Catherine Berka Jay Bernheisel Chris S. Berrier Leonard Betley Emily R. Bevis Frank Bickford Betsy Biederstedt Derrick J. Bilderbeek Melanie C. Billman Ana Paula Bispo Christina M. Bittles James T. Black Phyllis J. Black Cindy S. Blackwell Mary Blatchley-Hibbard Charles Bodenstedt David Boezi Catherine Boldrey Scott Bond and Cindy Bond Michael David Bonomo Ron Borgogni Brooke Boroughs Vic Boschini James Armon Bost John U. Bott III Kevin Boyce Marilyn Boyd Stephanie June Boyd James J. Boyer Patricia Boyer Sherdene S. Boyle Lawrence Boynton Richard S. Boynton Diane Braddom Walter G. Bradford Eve C. Bradshaw Justin A. Brady Scott A. Brame Arthur M. Branco David E. Brandon Eric R. Braun Donna Munson Braunsdorf Barbara Boone Brecht Russell Brengelman Jerry Brennan Mary Murphy Bretscher Crystal L. Brewe James A. Brickley Mark D. Briney Margaret Claire Brinker John J. Briones and Debbie Briones Geraldine K. Brookins Jack W. Brouwers Christa Lea Brown Lourdes Rusmtor Brown Mark W. Brown Mary Ann Brown Raymond K. Brown Tony A. Brown Steven Broyles Terry Bruehl Eric George Bruestle Marjorie Brumitt Linda M. Bryant Nathalie Buck George Blair Bucklen Eddie U. Bull, Jr. Gary Burbach John R. Burbank Lois Peckham Burden Lourdes M. Buringrud Linda F. Burns Mary Kathryn Burns William G. Burrill Helga Bussema Cheryl S. Butcher Donna Terry Butcher John D. Butler Viola B. Butler Peter A. Butzin Bonnie Blair Byrum T. P. Cain Frank Callahan Laurie Callies Casey Cammack Charles Campbell Mary Fran Campbell Mary P. Campbell Thomas A. Campbell Mark J. Carlascio Steve Carlin Jon Gordon Carlson Christopher A. Carollo Jeff Carr Sandra S. Carr Dale A. Carter Glenn J. Carter Lorraine A. Casey William R. Cast Fred H. Cate and Beth Cate Thomas R. Cath and Allison A. Cath Al Cattabiani Maureen D. Caughran Douglas R. Chandler Meryl Carolyn Chapin Matthew T. Chapman Barbara Chappell Edward G. Chappell Adam G. Chavers James M. Chenoweth Peter B. Chmura Michael L. Chrapla Dean A. Christian Marsha L. Christman Gloria Christopher Mary Danielson Christy Russell Chung nancy Stracke Ciepley Claudia Clark Mike Clark Philip Clark Randy Clark Timothy Clark Peter H. Clarke Arita Hefferan Cleary Margot P. Cleary Brian J. Clem Carol Clift Bruce Clifton Rob Coates Adam D. Cohen Mimi Cohen Betsie Sperry Colbrunn J. Thomas Concklin and Judith M. Concklin Steven J. Condas Allison E. Condit John Joseph Connors Jeremy Cook Rebecca Cook Bruce H. Cooke nancy Copper Nancy Jo Cosgrove Stuart James T. Crain III Kevin J. Crain Charles W. Cramer David Crampton Shirley Crane Elva S. Creeger Heather H. Crossin Judy Bartlett Cryer Jack D. Cudmore William G. Cummings Scott C. Cunningham Scott W. Curnow Celinda Current Philip Curtin Roberto D’Alimonte Allen H. Dailey Candice M. Dalbey Steven W. Dale Brian Dally David M. Dalton Barbara Dandelles Mitch Daniels John Sliter Danis Robert K. Davidson Audrey Davis Barbara Davis Kimberly Davis Matthew Davis Pamela J. Davis Harry H. Dawson Martin DeLeon Jane DeSelm Anthony DeVito Joann Decker Teresa Deese Annette Del Barrio Lana Denbo Sarah Dent Jerome D. Desserich L. A. Detamore Kathleen D. Dewey Avi Dhaliwal Paul Dickerson Kenneth R. Diddie Diane Dillard Susie Dillhoff Jason Christopher Diwik Carolyn M. Dix John Dixon Norval Wayne Dixon, Jr. Debra Doan Michael Donovan Richard L. Donovan Mark S. Dorfman Judy L. Dorrel Paula Young Doty Sharon Ronneau Douglas Lon W. Dowlen, Jr. Floyd Downs Thomas A. Downs Claudia M. Doyle Jennifer Lynn Drach Lynn urwitz Drew Sean P. Driscoll James David DuPuy Richard A. Dubanoski Valerie U. Dudley Daniel Duker, Jr. Janine M. Duncan Charles E. Dunlap Sarah E. Dunlap Mary Jane Dutton Denise Dwyer Gudrun Dybdal Colin M. Dyer James Harvey Eads, Jr. Lisa A. Earnhart Jonathan James Ebbing Tod Eberle Lorraine Eden Elizabeth A. Edwards Emily Edwards Ryan Hayes Edwards Terry Edwards Marian Egbert Linda Egener Melissa Kaufman Eherenman Kathryn W. Eich Paul R. Eichelman Linda Letwinger Elliff Josh Ellis Mary K. Emison Todd R. Emoff Joseph L. Emperly Bruce P. England Karen Simmons Erb Gayle Erickson Mary Margaret Ericson Christian H. Erzinger nancy Eskew Barbara Evans William R. Fackler Susan Stern Farber Joseph T. Farone Ronald Farrell John M. Fedor Susan Ferguson John R. Ferneding Frank S. Ferreri Erick Field David S. Fields Ransom Fields Buffy Gordon Filippell Daniel T. Finch Rebecca Watson Fischer Daniel Fisher Susan W. Fisher Hope Kain Fjord Steven M. Fleece Anne Hepting Flegenheimer Anthony Fletcher David E. Fletcher

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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
Helen E. Fletcher R. Rolph Fletcher Laura L. Flickinger James R. Flink Michelle Foltz Ellen Fong James B. Foote Lissa June Foote Joan B. Forney Gina Chung Fortt Paul Forward David W. Foskett Verdell Fossum Baird C. Foster, Jr. Randolph H. Foster Stephen Foster Susan J. Fowler Graydon C. Fox Terra Fox Kevin M. Frate Surirat Frazier Joan Miles Freeland Karen Hyde French Kathleen B. Frey Eric T. Freyfogle Terese L. Friel Maria Friend William Douglas Froh Margo Calvetti Frost Peggy York Fry Charlotte Fujishiro Larry D. Fullenkamp Barbara S. Fuller Deborah L. Fuller Mary C. Fulton Robert Funderburg Suzanne Mary Gadbut Karen E. Gadson Mary K. Galbraith Joan D. Gale Christopher Garvey Donna Marie Gastineau Timothy C. Gatewood Laura Gaunt Thomas R. Gearhart Margaret E. Gelder Roger Gendron Carolyn Geoghegan Adam Gerber Jeffrey W. Gettleman Roberta K. Gibboney Larry Gibson Patricia R. Gibson Rochelle S. Giddings Robert H. Gilbertsen George R. Gillooly Richard D. Gilroy James M. Gissy Patricia T. Gladden David B. Glass Susan K. Glowe Sylvia Godwin David A. Goertzen Lois F. Goetz Gary Gokey Marc Andrew Goldberg Richard C. Goldsworthy Rebecca A. Gonzalez Christopher W. Goode Malcolm L. Goodman Carol Goodnight Paul Gerard Gosselink Jack Gould David R. Gow Stephanie Grabow Michael C. Grady Gordon Grant Martha A. Gray Linda L. Green Ron Green Cathy Greene Barbara L. Greenman Glynn Greenway Susan K. Gregg Becky Greising Robert L. Griffin III Susan L. Grimm Barbara Grissinger Mathew T. Griswold and Jane Reinhardt Griswold Cary P. Groninger Joel Grove Susie Grover Vera S. Grubbs Dana Grabb Guild James L. Gullberg Marilyn n. Hackenberg Barbara J. Haines Marian M. Hair Marja L. Hakala Carol V. Hake Donald n. Halbert Charles C. Hale, Jr. Robert H. Hall Sarah Martin Hall Margaret H. Haman James C. Hambidge Hilary H. Hamilton Anthony D. Hammack Laura Gardner Hammond Joseph G. Hamrock, Jr. Paul David Hands Marte Hanley John Andrew Hanpeter Jeffrey A. Hansen and Gayle R. Hansen Darryl Hardern Kurt Hardin Robin M. Hardt Lisa K. Harkness Benjamin L. Harper Richard D. Hart Deborah L. Hartigan Jane Ellen Hatch Judith R. Hatch Krissa K. Hatfield Ann Woerflinger Hathaway Cheryl Hauber Larry D. Haugh Michael James Havey Raleigh Hawk Kye Trisler Hawkins Julia Anne Hayden Jeffrey Hayes Susan Seaforth Hayes Michelle Hays Terrence M. Healey Anne Christine Heaton Charles C. Hedde Andrea K. Hedin Jeff A. Hegg Timothy M. Hellyer Marshall L. Helms Rory Helms Marjorie A. Henderson Susan P. Hendricks Joseph J. Hennessy Gordon W. Henriott Melinda Schoo Henry Edward Henson Eric B. Herdman, Jr. Mimi Herington Bob Herrick Virginia V. Herrick Edward E. Herrmann Linda Hershey Jack G. Hewitt Kristen D. Hewitt Jacquelyn Hickman Mike Higgins John L. Hilbrich James R. Hilger George Hill Nancy Vandermoer Hill dec Lou Ann Hillman Jennifer W. Hincks Janis Hirschman Sharon Friend Hirtzer Tina Hisrich Mary Hitchcock Justin J. Hlavin Joann S. Hoadley John Charles Hoard Kay Ellen Hocker Robert H. Hoenk Joy A. Hoffman William F. Hofmann Bruce J. Holding dec Charles Myers Hollis Judith Hollis Carolyn R. Holmes Steve Holmes Gerald K. Holth Tim Hook Donald Hoover Leland Hoppe Theodore H. Hoppock Dan B. Horton Richard Douglas Houser Sarah Boyer Howard Frederick Hoxie nancy Anne Hoxsie Mead John S. Hoyt, Jr. Josephine McDavid Hubbard Mary Jo Hudak R. Burton Hudson Dorcas A. Hufferd Peggy Huffman K. Keith Huffmann Chris Hughes Richard D. Hughes Deborah A. Hull Douglas M. Hurt Laura Ann Huser Kathleen J. Huston Alice R. Hutchinson Robyne Evans Hutto Bruce C. Ianni Roy W. Ide Anthony Ilardo Suzanne Irwin Keith J. Israel Anthony B. Jacklin Charles Robert Jackson Richard Jackson, Jr. William J. Jackson Betty Jane Jackson Smith Elizabeth Jacobson Leslie R. James and Caroline R. James Thomas James Beth Ann Janowski Katherine Jeffcott Genevieve Jeffreys Sue Jeffries Gunnar S. Jenson James W. Jerz Mary Jean John Andrew R. Johnson Caroline Trout Johnson Charles W. Johnson Ryan Johnson Carol Ann Johnston Parke B. Johnston Patricia Johnston Parker N. Johnstone Arnold R. Jones Barbara Hatcher Jones David Jones Eckess Jones Jacqueline Jones Albert L. Joseph Carolyn Sue Kaiser Lise Kasdan Philip Kevin Kazer James A. Kean Lauren Ann Keeler Terese Byhre Keenan Gibby Bowman Keesling Richard Jenkins Keever Lawrence Welsford Kelley Diane Kelly Eric P. Kelly Frederick Kelvin Jayne Long Kendall Susan P. Kent Josie Kenyon Jill Lori Wolk Kephart Joseph C. Kerlin David Burton Kerr Amy Kesler Carolyn Simpson Kimbell Sandra Kimpel nanci P. Kincaid Michael W. King Rose Martin King Rowena King Thomas A. King Judy C. Kingsley Catherine B. Kinney Harold L. Kipker Gwen Kirk Sharon Kirkdoffer Kenneth J. Kirkpatrick Michael Kischner Susan Bullis Kissell Carrie F. Klaus Stephanie Klemencic Daniel Klenbort David E. Klunder Jane A. Knight Kurt Knochel Loretta Peterson Koch Sharen Koch Manfred Kohrs George T. Kolettis Timothy G. Konrad Terri A. Konzen Suzanna Kosobud Gary Kozak Jan D. Kreissler Brady W. Kress Don Kretchman Richard K. Krieg Suzanne Boeldt Kriscunas Stan Kroder Jennifer Kronland Barbara nellums Krueger Jim Kruger Lana M. Kruse Tom Kuhn Mihaly Kun Mary Kurek Carl B. Kurtz David M. Kutoloski Jeffrey A. Lackey David R. Ladd and Cathy L. Ladd Wanda Julie Lahr Steven Laken Marcia Laker J. Lee Lamprecht Richard G. Lancaster Matthew W. Landrum Darlene M. Landsittel Mark Anthony Lane II Harold T. Lange Raymond L. Lanum Shawn J. Lapean Betty L. Laramore Pamela Maphis Larrick John B. Larson Susan P. Larson Sofie B. Larson Graham Barbara J. Lashley Tamara Frazier Lasley Stuart Latta Lora Laukitis Harold W. Laut Ann W. Lawrence Hugh Lawson Kelley L. Lawton Virginia Lawton Nancy Lazear Edward Lazzeroni John LeTerneau George L. LeVan Jeanne Ledoux-Stewart Ainsley Gordon Lee Chip Lee Jeffrey L. Lefevere Randall T. Lehman and Deborah L. Lehman Fred G. Leidecker Thomas J. Leipzig Kristin M. Lentz Raymond M. Lester Louis Lettes John K. Levick Annette Carter Lewis Marguerite Lewis Patricia Martin Lewis Jane O. Liebich Anna Lucille Liechty Melia C. Linardos Grant D. Lindholm Mark E. Lindsley James F. Lininger Peter W. Lisi Sarah Bovaird Locke Carla M. Logan Jeff Long Buce C. Lord Krista Renae Lord Meredith Loring Elaine Zacharakis Loumbas nancy Wells Lovett Mari Lower Jeff Lozer Patricia Leggett Lubman ned Luce Marilyn S. Luegers James R. Lyman Edwin P. Lynch Joe Lynch Georgia Chakos Lyras Jacqueline Schrivener Mabry M. S. MacCollum John L. MacDonald David Macpherson Joyce E. Madsen Soderdahl Larry S. Magnesen Richard J. Magorien John W. Magura, Jr. Thomas O. Maijala Robert Lawton Mains Spencer S. Mains Dragan M. Majetic James C. Mallers Linda Mallon Kathy Manhard Alice C. Manifold Walter Manifold Stephen R. Manning Madge Simrall March Suzanne Reep Marfise Elizabeth Mariner Richard Mark Daniel Markley Lynn Geupel Marshall Joann Henderson Martens Carol Martin Charlotte Nelson Martin Donald Martin Robert S. Martin Tamara H. Martin Cornelius A. Mast William A. Mast Bill Mauger Andrew W. Maverick Thomas Maves Philip G. Mavon James L. Maxwell William W. May William Mayberry J. Randall Mayer William J. McAfee John B. McCann John J. McClellan Don E. McCleve John F. McConville Barbara McCormick William Joseph McDaniel Cheryl L. McDonald William S. McDowell, Jr. Michele McFall Norma J. McFarlan Peggy Ann McGarvey Colleen McGeady-Ambrose Mary L. McGhee Kevin McGuire Kevin A. McKelvey and Lakshmi D. Hasanadka Kelli J. McMullen Patricia McMurry Jill Mcnichols Linda Klein Means Terry J. Meeneghan Ted C. Megginson Joseph H. Mehaffey, Jr. Melissa S. Meijer Lynda Merriman Gaylord M. Messick Martin Metzger Charles Robert Meyer Jiaying Meyer Marilyn Reinholtz Meyer Marsha Meyer Barry Miller Eric Miller Jennifer Aucoin Miller Steven H. Miller Brian Gregory Millis Maximillian S. Mills Rebecca M. Mills Thomas George Miofsky Kimberly Grove Mitchell natalie S. Mitchell Diane C. Mitru Randall Mock Dana Coffin Moell John J. Moellering Michael J. Monahan Joan Montague Dixon M. Moody David P. Moore Michael R. Moran Bruce S. Mori George Morris Wilma Elaine Bishop Morris George Gordon Morrison III Charles T. Morse Elaine Moser Alexander L. Mounts Michael J. Mowrey R. Lafern Mulvaney Soldner Joanne Patricia Mulvihill Mark Munsen Mary Kate Myers Anne Myong Robert E. nagle Chris naum Greg neal and Amy Rohde neal Craig neely Bobby nelson

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David L. Nelson Karen A. nelson Mairlyn nelson Myrna M. nelson Stephen L. nelson Carolyn Jacobson neustadt Dana K. Newsom Rita B. newton Trammell Newton Margaret nezarey Robin Nice Stanley nice Joe nichols Margaret McCrea nicholson Suzy niemann Heath niemi George Hagen Niesen Susan Noble Theresa A.M. Noble Kevin E. noll Jeanne norberg K. Scott Norris Lois L. norris Richard S. norton Timothy W. norton Jennifer Noyes Jerry D. nuerge and Sharon C. nuerge Gerarde nunn Dennis J. Nutt Eileen Nee Jaeger O’Brien Patrick S. O’Connell Elizabeth S. O’Shaughnessy Marsha Sue Ober Diana Gelene Oblinger Margaret C. Odeen David E. Oelke Dorothy K. Oldfield Paul E. Olin Barbara Amy Olson Clifford A. Ong Kerry M. Orrock Louise M. Owen Melody K. Page Edward C. Papenfuse, Jr. James L. Parker Jill Parker Parker George Parrott Sue Partner Joyce Patterson Donna Pauley Ingrid K. Pavlick Albert Pavlikowski Paul L. Pawlowski Terrie H. Payne Don Cary Pearson Maxine B. Pearson Deborah G. Pendl Anita N. Pennell Christopher E. Perkins Nancy Sears Perry Matthew R. Peter Elizabeth Bach Peters Ray Peterson Joan Petertil Nancy Ann Peyton Dian DerOhanian Phillips Mary Lynn Phillips Doris Ann Phillips Brown James C. Pickford Julian Piercefield Shelden O. Pisani Margaret J. Pither Angela K. Pitzer David E. Plate Charles F. Plenge Diane E. Plummer Richard P. Poethig Marilyn Rhoades Pogue Rochelle S. Pogue Bob Polito Gregg S. Pollander J. Scott Polson Gabe Porras Deanna L. Porte David H. Porter II Yvonne Prata Dala B. Prather Julie Pratt Marvin Prellberg David Price Jeanne Marshall Pritchard Lisa Elliott Pruitt Betty Jo Purcell Amers Diane Purnell Timothy C. Pyle William F. Radcliff Alejandro Radilla John Ragatz Frederick W. Ramsey Maurice D. Randall Jeffrey J. Rapp Marilyn L. Rapp Paul Raschke Marilyn E. Ratcliffe Roy Rauschenberg Lynn Marie Raymond Margo H. Reagan John Regan John S. Regan Karen Reid Sarah Harrison Reim Timothy A. Reiman Mary Reinacker Darcy Reinier Dean A. Reinke Theodore Reissing John R. Repp Edward A. Reser Charles C. Reynolds Rex J. Reynolds David J. Rhea Arthur Gardener Rice Rebecca Richardson Judith S. Rickard Margot H. Riecker Kenton Riggs C. J. Ringland Allison Rink Jon T. Riveire Patricia Cooksey Riveire Nancy Roach Paul Robbennolt Bruce Robbins James J. Roberts Nancy B. Roberts Frank B. Robertson Larry Robertson Marie Robertson Jerry Robinson Robert H. Rodgers Todd M. Rodgers Edgardo L. Rodriguez Sophia Roe Sherry D. Rogers Barbara J. Rohm Susan P. Rohrer David H. Rolston Michael Rominger Jane L. Roots Lisa Rae Roper Bonnie Blair Rose Stephanie Rose Lee Allen Rosenthal Ian Ross Sandra Ross Barbara J. Rowlett Jennifer Roy John T. Roy Joseph O. Rubinelli, Jr. Wolfgang Rubsam Drummond C. Rucker, Jr. Ralph Rugan, Jr. Sidney Dennis Rundle Barbara Sandquist Runyon William B. Rupert, Jr. Jennifer S. Rusie Anne M. Russell Steve Russell Pedro L. Rustan Steven M. Ryba J. Krisstoffer Sacchini Alicia Salazar Brian Salerno Linda Samuel Sue Sandblom Dean Sangalis Jonathan Sargent Maxine Sarver Margaret O. Saunders Patricia Dungan Savage Anthony Savo Kathleen M. Saylor Betty L. Sayre J. Thomas Schanck Dawn Schiller Rita S. Schilling Christine P. Schiltz David J. Schipper Mary Ann Schmalz John Schmidlin Edward Matthews Schmidt Thomas Schmitz Gwendolyn H. Schobinger Penny Schramm Sharon K. Schroeder Brian S. Schuermann G. Henry Schuler Saundra L. Schulhof Mary Schult Fred Schultz Gene Scott Maria Martinez Scott Stanley R. Scott Katie Seaman Lisa Mary Secrest Andrew Sellers Tamara L. Sells David O. Selzer William H. Sethness Philippe Sevin Donna Seward Mona L. Shafer Joye Coy Shaffer J. D. Shakespeare, Jr. Susan Shattuck Noni Ewing Shearman Jeanette R. Shedd Susan Adams Shimer Harold Shively Henry A. Shorey III Sharyn Short Mary S. Showalter Erin Shreiner Robert W. Shroder Katherine A. Shultz Stanley Shuman Alan W. Sidel and Jerri Sidel Sandra Cha Sifferlen Mary L. Simmons Scott W. Sims Thomas G. Sinks Larry W. Sipe Darryl Sjostrom Thomas V. Skinner and Laura Dold Skinner Marilyn G. Slanec Sarah Slusher Marlin Smalling Ronald R. Smith and Carol Hoopengarner Smith Nancy J. Smith Nancy R. Smith Pamela Smith Paul David Smith Robert D. Smith Robert H. Smith Thomas H. Smith Bryan E. Snyder Linda Lee Snyder Craig D. Sonnenberg Tom Souleles Mark Southerland James Spadoni L. Kirk Sparks William G. Spartz Paul Sporleder Retta Spreen Susan P. Springer Thomas Janeway Stafford Mary Stahley Rebecca E. Stanley Joyce E. Stauffer Carolee Steele Myrene L. Steele Phillip C. Steiger, Jr. Doris B. Steinberg Michael B. Steinberg Steven L. Stephenson Angela Anne Sterling Margaretha Steur Brian D. Stevens Nancy Joan Stickler Leroy R. Stipe Margaret Stone Francie F. Stoner Melaney Sue Stoops Nancy J. Stott Bruehl J. William Straker Barry M. Straube Jay Strayer Chris K. Stream Teresa R. Street Philip C. Strick Denise Stringfellow Janet H. Stuckey Richard S. Stultz and JoAnne D. Stultz Linda Greenfield Sturges Warren H. Sturmer Timothy Sullivan Jim Summers Brooke L. Supple Nancy Shoemake Surbaugh Mike T. Sutton Hildegarde Swanson Marvin C. Swanson Robert Swanson Shirley L. Swanson Darrell R. Swartzentruber Suzanne K. Sweeney Gustavus F. Swift IV Lillian Swift Timothy Taft Walter Taggart Drew C. Takaichi nancy Talbott David Taylor Geraldine Taylor J. Michael Taylor Karen Lorraine Taylor Kit Taylor Edith Templin Elva Talenberg Tetrick William R. Thauvette Catherine Thayer James C. Thie Paul Thiemann and Martha R. Thiemann Heidi Thomas John R. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. John J. Thomas Mark P. Thomas Debbie Wright Thomasson Inga Thompson Joseph Francis Thompson Stephanie Schrimpf Thomson Myron Thornburg Ted Thornton Virginia Throckmorton Vicki Lee Timm Anne Todd Graham W. Todd Jean Basher Tolle Pat Tolle Joan E. Tollefsen Allen Kenneth Tonkin Douglas R. Toohey Betty C. Tower John Townsend III Thomas Tozer Theodore Tracewell Barbara M. Trager Anne Trani Kathryn H. Trautman William F. Trent George Troha Jacqueline B. Trottmann Karl F. Trovinger Charles C. Truesdell Angela C. Tucker Christine G. Tuckett Sandra Lee Tudor Mary W. Tull Mary Lee Turk Barbara Alt Turley Thomas A. Turley Frank W. Tvaroha David A. Tyndall Jill udell Ryan Ullman John P. Underwood Robert Underwood Bronna S. utterback Charles Vail Patrick Vallad Pamela Kelerchian Van Cleave J. Peter van Eys William Robert Van Luven Dirk Vander Laan Ray Vanderby, Jr. Rosie Vanderglas Sharon R. Vandivier Janet E. Vare Kate Kibler Vasey Robert Veatch Thomas M. Venetis Kerry Vermeer Lisa T. Vieke Susan A. Vissing Gina Voelz Kellie D. Vogt Victor S. Volom Barbara Vonderohe Norman O. Wagoner Ann Suttler Walker Jane Tatman Walker Martha Walker Christine Wall Dena M. Waller Rosemary Walsh Carolyn J. Walters Thomas Wanezek Karen Ann Wapole Randy J. Ward Kimberly A. Warner Robyn L. Warner Jack W. Warren Emily S. Watts James R. Webb Suzellen Roest Webb Brian R. Webster David Fradd Webster Kathy Weed Elaine Eberle Wehnes Michael Weiss T. J. Welch Aviva Feigenheimer Weldon Glenn E. Welliver and Edith Welliver Binney Kitchel Wells Josephine Muzzy Wells John F. Wendelken Todd L. Werk Joan Werleman Adam C. Werner Bonnie R. West Max J. West Lois A. Westen John P. Westropp Paul H. Weyrauch John D. Whalen Marianne Wheeler Kelly Whipple Granville Whitaker Rebecca Wagner Whitaker Amelia Mustelier Whitcomb Loren Clifford White, Jr. J. David Whitehouse Robert William Whitt Barry Wickliff Darwin Clark Wile Eunice D. Wilke Barbara S. Williams Jo Williams Kathryn Weymouth Williams Loretta B. Williams Willard W. Williams Robert S. Wilroy III David B. Wilson Harry M. Wilson III John E. Wilson nicole Valletto Wineman Joan K. Wing nancy Scholl Wingert Helen Winning Donna L. Winslow Lynn Winston Pamela Winter Patricia Ann Winterberg Doug Winters Charles P. Wirsching, Jr. William H. Wolf Douglas Walter Wolfe Beatrice Emens Wolper Ann M. Wood Kevin Woodhouse Sandra L. Woy-Hazelton Beverly Wright Helen C. Wright Lloyd M. Wright and A. Marie Wright Amy Wu Matthew T. Wulf Carrie Yarger Stephen C. Yianakopolos James L. York Stephen T. York Richard William Young Stanley A. Young Edward G. Ypma and Eleanor S. Ypma Brian Ytterberg Peggy Kathryn Zachman Louis T. Zaczkiewicz Michael W. Zalokar Roger H. Zanes, Jr. dec Thomas E. Zapp Charles R. Zimont CONTRIBUTORS Arthur Abbatiello

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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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David J. Abbott Sean W. Abercrombie Russell Thomas Abney Anthony R. Abri James Acklin III Audrey P. Adams William R. Aikman James L. Albrecht and Phyllis H. Albrecht Charles Alcorn Thetis Alcott David R. Aleman Constantine Alexakos Jim Alexander Jonathan H. Allen Julie Allen Spencer S. Allen Jeffrey Allender Henry Mark Alt Scott Althaus Christoph Amberger Jim Amundsen Wally Anders Beth Anderson John R. Anderson and Bertha Anderson Keith M. Anderson Mary S. Anderson Michael S. Anderson Christine Angeli Bruce J. Annett, Jr. and Amy Walker Annett Anonymous Edward Apfelbach Johnie E. Apple, Jr. Peggy Patterson Applegate Varinia Salazar Arceo John S. Armstrong Gregory Arnold Phillip G. Arnold Carolyn S. Arvidson Martha Hollister Aschmann Dorothy Asher David L. Atkins Thomas B. Auran R. G. Ayers Ryan M. Bachtel Franklin J. Bader Christopher J. Badgley Linda Baggerman Theodore M. Bailey Michael Baird John G. Baker Michael Balay Christian L. Ball John Balzar Hunter Banbury Larry D. Banker Kenneth J. Banks Terry J. Baranouskas Jamie Barclay Gary M. Barcus Leonard P. Barker Joshua Barlage Daniel Barlow Josh Barney K Susanne Barr David M. Barrett Elizabeth L. Barritt John Barry Melissa Albano Barth Pauline Barta Bates Timothy Bath Charles W. Battey Robert L. Baughman Peter F. Bavisotto Kathryn A. Beard Christopher M. Beatrice Linda L. Beaty Richard H. Beckett Peter Hess Beckwith Kenneth R. Beers Nancy Beesley Marcella A. Beeson Carolyn Clapp Behrendt James E. Bell Rosemary J. Bell Jason Belyew Ruth Benedict Brett Bennett Laurie Ann Bennett William A. Bennett Allen Merrill Benson Dayle Benson Ken Berge Bill Berger Louis R. Berger Matthew R. Bernaldo Dan Best Ron Best Andrew J. Beverett Joseph G. Bevevino William E. Bible Paul A. Bickford and Helen E. Bickford William Biggar Joanne Whitecotten Biggs Jon Billman Wanda McCamy Bills Richard I. Bingham Christa P. Bird Ron Bishop Geoffrey Black Ryan Black Theodore Black Gordon F. Blackert J. Brian Blalock Donald L. Blamberg Lucie Blanchard Scott Blanford Melinda Block Wendy Block William W. Bloom IV Peter D. Bodnar III Thomas P. Boehner and Katie R. Boehner n. Richard Boerger Ralph F. Bogardus Heather Bognar Lyle Jerome Boldt Ryan L. Borden Barrie Borger John Edmond Bossnack and Erin Canfield Bossnack Joseph A. Boucher Jason A. Bourg Matthew T. Bowen Detreville F. Bowers III Kelly Bowland Cynthia Reiley Boyd Marilyn Denise Boyer Clifford D. Bradford David W. Branding James P. Branstetter Tracy M. Brant Robert K. Brawley Linda M. Breger Hope Breiding Christina Breithaupt Timothy M. Brennan Diane M. Brentlinger Brett L. Brewer David Lawrence Brewer Robert C. Brewster and Heather McDermit Brewster Catherine H. Bridge Robert G. Bridges Walter C. Bridgewater Mary Poffenberger Briggs David Brightmore Marc J. Brinker Nathaniel C. Brinn Duane A. Brodt Rudolph Brody Kathryn A. Brogan Gary Brotze Dair Brown David Robert Brown Joline M. Brown Kathy Peters Brown Franklin Gilbert Browne Barton W. Browning Lawrence A. Browning Jack O. Brunjes David Bruton Adam K. Bucki Rebecca Buehler Vera L. Buening Rodney D. Bullard Penn James Bullock Sarah E. Burch Charles W. Burchard James Burgess Raymonda L. Burgman Jennifer R. Burke Karl Burke Shari Burke Calvin Burkhart Robert A. Burkhart Barry Burtenshaw Edda Burton John J. Butt James E. Cabble, Jr. George Gerald Cailor W. Waller Caldwell William C. Caldwell Kevin R. Callahan Benjamin C. Calwell Bruce Cameron Eugene W. Campbell Jamie Campbell Kari Campbell Ralph B. Campbell Shirley L. Campbell Christopher B. Campise James Canterbury James J. Carlson Jean D. Carlson John Carlson David K. Carlton George Carpenter Teresa Ruppert Carr J. Paul Carrodus Jeff Carroll Tim Carstens Julie Casper Elizabeth Cassady Stephanie L. Cassidy Joseph K. Catron Jason Cegielski Sharon Filcik Chalmers James F. Chambliss Suresh Chandra Kim Chaney-Bay Frank R. Chapel Brian Chapman Walter David Charen Steve Chen Kathryn Chesterfield Flora Chiari Kathleen L. Chlebik John D. Christenson and Ann F. Christenson Bruno P. Chumpitazi Richard E. Church, Jr. William J. Cirigliano Susan Dobbin Claar Angela S. Clark Janna Clark Gordon A. Clarke Michael M. Clarke Charles Clarkson Arthur C. Cleland C. Justin Clements Catherine Clift Scott W. Clippinger Michael Cloonan Kennan J. Cluskey Linda Clute Jo Ann B. Cly Julia G. Coan Greg Cochran Joseph D. Coffey Timothy Coffman Wayne I. Coil Lucius Cole J D. Collins N. Lynne Collins Michael G. Connelly Richard Connor Kathleen Conrad Bill Cook Cameron Cook Harley Cook Margaret Ann Cook Liebig Dawn E. Cooper Frederick C. Cooper Mary Cope Sandra D. Corbin Bart D. Cornell Holly L. Cornn Thomas C. Cornwell nancy Cote Russ Cottle Brian Joseph Cox and Brooke Knudson Cox Heather Cox Kathlyn Cox Mary Cox Cheryl L. Cramer Mary Ann Cramer Stewart Elliott Creelman James M. Cribbs Derrick Crittenden Richard E. Croasdaile, Jr. J. Rebecca Crocker Barry Crone Sharyn Marie Crossman Jeff Crump Suzanne E. Cserep Richard C. Cunningham Beau T. Cunnyngham Randal E. Curnutt Brian Curran Neil William Currie Adam W. Custer Irwin H. Cutler, Jr. Christopher D’Lauro Carole Daesch Mary Stone Dale Michael Daly Donald E. Dandrea Kyle James Danforth James W. Daniel John Daniello Ronald P. Danis, Jr. Curtis A. Dansby Jonathan J. Danz Daniel R. Daugherty Melanie F. Davidson Stephen F. Davie Rick D. Davies Wayne D. Davies Anna H. Davis Darnell V. Davis David R. Davis John H. Davis Joseph A. Davis Keith E. Davis Keith G. Davis Louanne W. Davis Robert J. Davis and Julia L. Davis Ronald M. Davis Victoria Reed Davis David Dawson Claudia Alejandra de León Anna H. DeArmond Kenneth DeHahn Stephen M. DeMello David M. Decker Patty Dees Alan D. Degner Andrew H. Dehart Sergio Dehoyos Dennis Delnagro William J. Denney E Thomas Dewey Paul D. DiGiovanni Antonio M. DiLorenzo Robin DiRocco Joseph Richard Dierkes Stephen Diggs Brian Dille Louise A. Dillingham V. L. Dillon Ginger Dodd Mary K. Dodson Elly Doenecke John R. Dolan Jeffrey P. Doll James Dombey John Chapman Donaker Irvin H. Doner Jane G. Donk Suzanne N. Donnelly Katherine E. Doogan Todd A. Dooley Annette Bush Doolittle nancy Doremus Arthur Kirk Doubet David Dowler Judith Ryan Down Joseph Downey Stephen Downs Dale M. Drafall Larry L. Draper and Faye D. Draper Robert n. Dreussi Scott Driemeier-Showers Harvey Drucker James R. Drum Karleen L. Dude Laura I. Dudley David Dudrick Michael H. Duffy Jeffrey Paul Dugdale Wilma J. Dulin Alan E. Dumond Angela Ohmer Dunaway James W. Duncan nathan Duncombe Albert W. Dungan Terry Dunkle Sheri Ann Dunlavy James R. Dunnichay Susan Penelope Dunwoody Judith T. Durham Jay Dykstra Steven A. Early Deborah J. Eberle Elizabeth Elardo Timothy P. Ellsworth Dennis Elpers A. Judson Ely Kenneth Emerson John M. Emge M. Ladyne Emmerich Christine K. Endicott David J. Engel Rodney England Jim Ensley James Enzor Joseph P. Erb John Erickson Shannon Ericson Lawrence Ernst Leslie G. Etters, Jr. Randy Eugenio Herbert Evanger Tom Evans William T. Evans James D. Everhart nancy Fagg Susan Fairchild Madeline S. Faner Thomas R. Fannin Scott Farman Julie Farquhar Sabrina S. Farris Robert Fasig Dan Fedorowicz Douglas Dean Fellegy Kathy G. Fellman Thomas Fencken Yan Feng D. Christian Fenske Anthony F. Fermann Ronald E. Fernsler Anita Ferrand Barbara B. Field Charles Fike Karen Finch Arline Fink Edith Finsaadal Harold W. Fischbeck Michael M. J. Fischer William Fischer Cheryl Turk Flanagan John Fortner Flanagan Brent Flanigan Lori A. Flesvig Michele R. Flint Sandy Flory Steven J. Foley Walter R. Forbes Frank E. Forsythe Gerald Foster Terry N. Foster Christine L. Fotsch William Fox Jeffrey M. Franger Randall L. Frank Eric Frankenberg Mark Frech Ronald E. Freedlund Jonathan Freeman Mary Ann Freeman Eric Frey Thomas C. Friday David Friedlander Bettye Samples Fritz Joanne Ruebush Frohne nikki Fullop Rebecca Jean Gaines Jamie A. Galle Thomas M. Gamble Brian J. Ganan Sharon Lynn Garrett Richard Garriott-Stejskal Janice Garry Fred Garver J. Christy Gauss Stanley Geel Paula Mae Gelacek Cowling Amy M. Gerard Mary Ellen Germanotta Ronald D. Getz John C. Gevaert Kevin A. Gibbs Ronald Gibbs Donald Craig Gilbert David Gilmore Brian G. Gilpin Kevin Gingras Alicia Gipson

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Robert Girton Powell F. Gladden Amy L. Glander Wendy S. Glisson Steven Gloe Eugene Gloria and Karen Singson Michael P. Goad Michael Goff Jenny L. Goodell Dean Gore Kelly Gore Robert B. Gosline, Jr. Judy Gough John Gow William G. Grashorn John W. Graub Curt G. Grauer Leslie C. Grawcock John F. Gray Martha Shin Green Warren Greene Vicki K. Greenfield Kevin T. Greenwell Denise D. Greer Lane E. Greever Jon D. Greger Katy Gregg Gail Marie Gresser Greg Grice Sue Miller Grier Keith Griffin Ronald Ray Grimes Thomas A. Grobengieser Elizabeth T. Groebe Martha Gauchat Groenke Eric R. Groenweghe Brian J. Gross Robert K. Gross Erin N. Grove Arleen Gruber Tracy A. Grunden Rob Guebard Andrew P. Guerrera Linda C. Gugin Skip Gundrum John W. Hackett Mary Ann Hackman Jill P. Hadley Ellen Winfield Hafer Janet M. Haigh Ed Hailey Beverly K. Haines Richard A. Hall William L. Hall Stephen C. Hallier Juanita R. Hallmann David L. Halteman Stephen A. Hammond David R. Hamrin David Hancock Gary Hansen and Jill Hansen Cole Hanson Roy L. Hanson Timothy M. Hanson Joel R. Harbaugh Carl A. Harcourt and Barbara A. Harcourt Lance Hardin Robin G. Hardin Heather Hare N. Thomas Harkins Brent Harlan Carolyn C. Harmann Karin Harmon Paul J. Harmon Richard D. Harp Carla A. Harris Christopher Harris Harvey Harris David C. Harrison Rob Harshaw Diana L. Hartje Marijo R. Hartman Ian Michael Hartnett Alicia Hartsock Greg P. Harvey Arnold Haskell Michelle C. Hasler Lavonne Jackie Hatch Jeanne Marie Haupert John T. Haworth George D. Hawthorne John Christopher Haywood Wade n. Hazel and Tavia S. Pigg Jason Hazelett and Tiina Hazelett Lester L. Hearson Lee Heckman Wendy S. Hedin Ray F. Heiden Carl Christian Hein III Thomas Heinlein George Heipler H. T. Heitzenrater Russell H. Henk Ann Marie Henn Christopher Hennessey nate Henry Daryl Hensley Patricia Hensley F. Edward Herran Gary E. Hess Thomas E. Hess nicholas S. Heyniger Brian S. Higgins Margaret F. Higgins Raymond Hill J. Mark Hilligoss Mary Ann Hillstrom Matthew Himsel Kara Hinchman Valerie Thompson Hinkle Brian G. Hise Rudolph Hoeltzel Eugene Hoffman Amanda Hoffmeister Gary M. Hoke Jennifer Hoke Danna J. Holland Douglas E. Hollar Brucie Holler Michael D. Holton John Holy James M. Homme Sean Hopkins Gerald H. Hopp II Shawn Ann Hornaday N. Jean Horner Shirley Horning Dennis Hornocker Ken Horsey Stacy A. Hostetler and Jama L. Hostetler Sasha Hostetter Robert E. House Gary W. Houston Mary M. Howell C. M. Hubble Mary R. Hubert Jeffrey Michael Hucek Robert E. Hudelson Bill L. Hudgens Esther S. Huffman Kathryn M. Huffman Brian Hughes Christopher A. Hughes James R. Hulbert Erik Humbert Stacey Humerickhouse

Endowment Gift at Work

Ethics specialist is new Pulliam Professor of Journalism
“I look at why and how journalists do what they do, individually and collectively,” says Eugene S. Pulliam ’35 Distinguished Visiting Professor of Journalism Robert M. Steele ’69. Steele comes to DePauw from The Poynter Institute in Florida, where he developed and led sessions on ethics for journalists and leaders. He also consulted directly with journalists nationally and internationally concerning specific ethical problems and issues. In understanding the place of ethics in journalism, Steele looks at the dynamics of news organizations, asking what policies and practices are in place to make ethical decisions. Leadership within these organizations often dictates how well ethical decisions can be made. Steele also looks at the ethical aspects of a news organization’s business practices, since journalism ethics is often directly affected by a group’s business ethics. At DePauw, “My goal is to bring a lot of that to the classroom and model it for students. There is a process to ethical decision-making. It is a skill.” Steele hopes to build citizens’ respect for journalism in large part by heightening their expectations of journalism and by challenging journalists to meet those expectations. Teaching at DePauw, he can have a definitive impact on how future journalists make ethical decisions and honor their craft.
Jamie B. Humphreys Brenda Humphries Charles A. Hurst P. F. Hurst Raymond L. Hurst Lorene Huston [dec Brian Hutson Chien Y. Hwang Robert Hyde James B. Igleheart and Diane Foster Igleheart Stephen L. Immer Eric C. Isaacson Oscar A. Iseri Molly Ittner Dean D. Jackman Webster P. Jackson William C. Jackson John H. Jacobs, Jr. Brett R. Jacobson Michael A. Jacques Richard J. Jakupco Paul Jamison Robert J. Jeffers neal P. Jeffries David Jenkins James Jenkins John Jenkins Sean Jenkins James Knolle Jensen Virginia Jeronimus Kati Johanson Beth Johnson Douglas Johnson James W. Johnson Lois Johnson Michael Johnson Paul M. Johnson Peter A. Johnson Philip C. Johnson Rebecca D. Johnson Thomas Alan Johnson Christopher B. Johnston William S. Johnston Suzanne Joiner A. David Jones Clifford Jones M. Edward Jones Suzy Jones Jim M. Jordan Michael S. Jordan Ronald E. Joyce James W. Judy Mary Jo Julian Steven C. Juneau Barbara W. Kacmar Lucille C. Kanney Chris Kanolis Kenneth Kazmar Michael Keane Richard C. Keating Christina M. Kegley James B. Kehr Shawn D. Keith Denis Kelly Leslie L. Kelminson Janet E. Kendall Charles Miller Kenerley Elaine S. Kennedy Kelley Kepchar Paul E. Kepner Vijay P. Kesan Keith Kimble Charles King Sheryl Lou King Jacobs Daniel Laurence Kinsinger Ellen Kipley Tara L. Kirby Richard F. Kiser Jeffrey R. Kistler John Klak Peter C. Klei Jeffrey A. Kleinlein Blythe Anne Kleinschmidt Roger L. Kleist Geoffrey D. Klinger Jim Klinger Elizabeth Dorsey Klipsch Kevin V. Klose Richard G. Kluger David William Knauer Gary S. Knickerbocker Dennis M. Knuth Sharon S. Knutson William F. Koenigsdorf Janet L. Koepper Michael Koerner Otto A. Kohl Rebecca Sara Konowicz Douglas J. Kopseng Marie L. Kosewicz J. Michael Kota Gabrielle Kramer Jacqueline L. Kramer Ken L. Kraus Daniel G. Kriech Susan Linton Kries Graem Kubin Otto V. Kuehrmann Traci Kugler Nelida Kuhlmann John R. Kuka Lynda G. Kurfirst Carlino Marion Gaither Kyhos Michelle M. LaBonar Jason S. Lacey Thomas A. Lacey Marcie Volini Landis Ronald Dale Larson Rudolph A. Larson Ralph L. Lary III John M. Lathrop Margaret Laury Paul J. Lawrence Dennis Lazaraton Patrick D. Leboehi Anita Palmer Lehman Erin Lehmann Terry A. Lehmann Mary Ellen Leidy Mike Leivant Carol A. Lenhart David L. Lentz Betty A. Leslie Patricia A. Lester Jonathan Levenshus

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Mary Catherine Levings Michael J. Lewis Michael P. Lewis nanette Draper Lewis Richard T. Lewis Susan L. Lewis William R. Liberty Penelope Christine Liechty Norman D. Light Sara Linder David R. Linton Judith Michelle Liveris William H. Lobe Phyllis J. Lockyear Richard O. Loeser John A. Long Robert B. Love Jay A. Lowe David C. Loyd Pat Lumbley Faye S. Lumpkin John Lundquist Linda Garrard Lyle Maria Shulz Lynch E. Jeffrey Lyons Carla Ann Mabry Kara MacGregor Robert Macdonald Denis J. Macura Carol Magnuson David F. Mahoney Erin Mahoney Erin Allyse Mahoney John F. Mainieri Dennis Malaney Allison Hilding Mandel Kathleen R. Mapes Ellen March Armen Mardiguian Alan Mark Sam W. Markley Betty Bykkonen Marquardt Robert Thomas Marsh Carlos A. Martin David Hilgemann Martin E. E. Martin Jayson C. Martin and Katie Foote Martin nan Louise Martin Sharon Lee Mason Michael Massengill Chris Massey Brandon R. Masterson Kathleen R. Matthews C. Andrew Mattingly Jack D. Mattox J. Logan Mayfield Susie H. McAllister Mary Erin McCann Alma C. McCarty John G. McClellan Khan McClellan Tim McClintick Elizabeth Lowe McCoy James T. McCoy, Jr. Thomas G. McCunniff Donna A. McDermit D. n. McDowell Shirley McFadden Earl R. McGimpsey Tim McGlinch Francis E. McGovern Sharon McGrann James Edward McGrath nancy McIntosh William J. McIntosh Kevin McKone Charlotte McLain Daniel J. McLaughlin Robert K. McMain George H. McMaster Thomas C. McNab Daniel B. McTurnan Michael Meehan Wayne P. Meider nathan Meierbachtol Johanna Melangton John H. Melcher Lori J. Mendez Wayne H. Merit H. Edward Mertz, Jr. Kay R. Meyer Kevin Meyer Steven Mickelson Chuck Miles Daniel J. Miller Eric Stone Miller Helen L. Miller Ross Miller Sheila Hart Miller Stuart Lee Miller Thomas Miller Donald L. Mills Stephen T. Minihan Thomas A. Minke Claude Miquelle Patricia D. Moehle Sarah C. Moffett Lawrence P. Monahan Suzanne V. Montgomery Christine K. Moon David Moor Dan Moore III John M. Moore Judith W. Moore nancy C. Moore Allen Moorman Randy Moorman Lance M. More Robert A. Morehead Linda Morgan Mochel Morris Todd J. Morris Alexander Morrow Kimberly J. Morrow Linda Morse Robert H. Mortimore Gregory J. Moschetti James Moser Randall S. Moser Helene S. Moses Mark Mosley Elizabeth A. Mossberger Margaret A. Moutvic-Wasz Sonja L. Mow William D. Mowery Gary A. Mrugacz Robert K. Mueller Timothy Mullarkey Patricia Muncie Michael J. Munson Peggy L. Munson Charyn L. Muraida A. Douglas Murch Christopher J. Murphy Patrick M. Murphy Andrew Murray Kevin J. Murray Paul Murray Sue Murrell Susan J. Musheno Richard D. Mutarelli George H. Myers Glenda Sondifer Myers Melinda W. Myers Ryan L. Myers Sarah M. Myers Del G. nagy James Edward near John T. needham David neff Brad nelson Paul T. nelson Raymond V. Nelson Kathrine Nero Gregory Neumeyer David neuser Connie J. Newcomb Jane C. newman Steven newman Stephanie nichols Frederick Morris niehaus Markus niemeyer Franklin W. nitikman Amy F. noecker Joe noertker Michael F. nold Megan noonan Jasper E. Norman Paul G. northam Christine A. northcutt Matthew A. Nostrand Andrew J. Novak Thomas novak Jonathan Kemp nugent Conor O’Brien Edward O’Brien Terry O’Brien Tony W. O’Brien John A. O’Connell Charles O’Connor Robert J. O’Connor Sandra O’Meara Brooks O’neil Stephan O’Shaughnessy Joseph C. Oakley Larry Odar Donald R. Olson Maureen L. Olson Phoebe B. Olson John Orticelli Edward M. Oslawski Dorothy Jane Oswalt Becky L. Ott Heather P. Owen Fred G. Owens Joe C. Owens Sean P. Owens Ralph William Pack James Padgett Barbara R. Page Samantha L. Pagels Rosemary Edwards Paladino Lynne M. Panos Robert E. Panthofer Thomas K. Pantzer Daniel Papero Ryan Parenteau Gus E. Paris Jeffery E. Parker Philip T. Parker D. W. Parks Richard E. Paschke Mara A. Pearson Margaret A. Peck James E. Peiffer Thomas D. Peine Malcolm Penman Manjula Perera Scott A. Perkins Samuel J. Perna Dwight Robert Peters Chris Petersen Todd Petr Dana Stuart Pfaff Steve Pfeifer Gregory J. Pfister Julie R. Phelps Alfred B. Phillips III Douglas P. Pierce Michael G. Pierce William Edward Pike and Brooke A. Pike Kenneth J. Piller William Ellis Pinner John Pionzio Michele L. Pittsley Antigone Polite Michael Polites John Pollalis Todd Poole Charles D. Porter Kathryn Ellis Price Patrick D. Pringle Barbara Jane Pritchard Darcy Prosser Jon R. Pryweller and Sue W. Pryweller Jordyn Pryweller Louis Przetak Kristen P. Puckett Ryan Purdy Carrie E. Purgason Philip M. Puterbaugh Marie D. Quattrocchi David R. Queisser Sean P. Quinn Joshua Rabuck Steve Rakow Sylvia Ramer E. Blaine Ramsey Gayle Randall Daniel J. Rang Elizabeth Ransdell John C. Rauch Catherine Ray Karen Ray Sid Rayburn and Golda Rayburn David K. Records Thomas F. Reed Bill Reeves John E. Reh Bonnie Rehnquist Robert S. Reich Alan Reichart Terry L. Reincke Avril M. Reindollar Alexander M. Reitzel John F. Rentsch nancy Revnes Loren Rex David C. Reynolds Bette J. Rice Laura B. Rice Bill Richards Jeffrey Richey Mary C. Richey Robert P. Richter Sheilia Kaye Ricks Jim S. Ridings David G. Riemer Rudy Riemer Michael W. Riggle R. Todd Riley Deirdre Rinne Ann T. Robb Allison Mattia Roberts Edward S. Roberts, Jr. James B. Roberts Eleanor M. Robertson Robert Robertson Marjorie Robinson Janice A. Rodems Raul I. Rodriguez Sheila Roesler Wayne Rogers Sarah L. Roggenkamp Alfred H. Rohol III Carol H. C. Romeril Christine P. Roob John Ross Rootes Angela Roppolo Stephen J. Rose Peter R. Rosenberger Ellen Rae Rosevear-Lesch Bridget Rosko Sean D. Rotermund William Rotert Linda S. Rothermel Greg Rowe Susan Pauly Roy Byron C. Ruble Barbara Rush Richard A. Rusie Andrew D. Ryan Robert L. Ryan Marc Ryser Hee Ju Ryu Piper Patrick Sacor Edgar V. Safrit, Jr. Keith D. Salette Robert D. Sampson Kim Sanborn Santiago Sanchez Marie Sander John Sanders June Sanks M. Andrew Sapp Irwin G. Sarason Jourdan W. Sarpy, Sr. Charles A. Sauter Michael A. Savini Herbert Sayers Charles E. Schaaf David n. Schaaf Richard E. Schabel Albert L. Schaberg Morgan Schafer Stephen Schaller Clement H. Scheibelhut Larry Schlawin Elaine Schlegel Toni C. Schmidt Nancy W. Schneider Richard W. Scholtes Scott W. Schroder John Schroeder Lesley Mellis Schuldt Thomas M. Schuler Bonnie Schulze Julianne Schumacher William C. Schumacher, Jr. William Samuel Schwartz Maureen I. Schwendener Douglas n. Schwepler Gregory L. Schwipps and Alissa D. Schwipps John A. Scircle Agnes Scott Sandra L. Seale John H. Seehausen Joan E. Seiler Aaron L. Seitz Michael J. Selsley Chris Serak Paul A. Shaffer Barbara Shapleigh Peter S. Shawaker Penny D. Sheahan Richard A. Sheehan Carrie B. Sheets John A. Sheets, Jr. James Whitney Shelden Thomas E. Shelt Barry Shemela Susan Woods Shepherd Gina M. Sheridan Susan B. Shewalter Marcia L. Shields Brenda A. Shinn Johnny R. Shockley Joan Shoptaugh Joseph Roy Siefker Maureen K. Silkworth Patricia L. Simmons George T. Simon Kenneth J. Simon Sid Simon Scott Simpson Lisa K. Sims Walter J. Sims Dennis D. Sipe Dawn L. Sites Kevin Skaja Kenneth T. Skodinski Peggy Skorupa Gracia Walker Slater Kevin M. Slattery Lucia W. Smalheer Craig Smart Dariusz Smigielski Betsy Smith Christine Kokernak Smith Christopher Smith Daniel Smith Earl R. Smith Jeff Smith Jeremy Smith Kari S. Smith Matthew L. Smith Pamela S. Smith Patricia A. Smith Ralph E. Smith Russell L. Smith Tracy E. Smithrf Edgar M. Sneed Warren B. Sneed Elinor Snow Margaret Dellere Snow Reisa J. Snyder Edward L. Soelter David Sokoloff Sanjay Sood Lewis Sorley James Souther Rick Speer Jacob George Spehar II Theodore Spehar Pamela R. Stafford Bryan K. Stainfield C. E. Stanbery William J. Stanchina, Jr. Erik J. Stanek Jerold J. Stanley Peggy C. Starkey Robert B. Stauber, Jr. Catherine Steadman Sandrea Pavlik Stearns Joan C. Steele Matthew F. Steele Mildred R. Steele Lindsay B. Stegman Thomas T. Stein Robert L. Steinmeier Mark Stephens Beth Stephenson Carolyn S. Stevens Stanford Stevens Benjamin Stevenson Karen Lafleur Stewart Nick Stewart Paul R. Stockbridge Valerie D. Stogdill Helen W. Stokes James B. Stokes John C. Stoltz, Jr. Christie Storer Blanche B. Stout Michael J. Strack Amy L. Stringfellow Timothy R. Stroop Ruth Lenhard Stross George Franklin Strutt, Jr. David C. Sullivan G. Brian Summerfield

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William Anthony Sunderman Ruth Ann Swannell Brendan Sweeney Elizabeth Swift Peggy L. Swihart A. Eugene Taber Margie Gundus Taflinger Megan P. Tarpy Dale Orr Taylor Harry A. Taylor Jim Taylor Ronald K. Taylor John J. Teach Edwin D. Teegardin Janice M. Teeter Paul Teitelbaum Anne Webb Thayer Roger Lee Thews, Jr. Robert L. Thibodeau Daniel P. Thomas David F. Thomas Leigh Foster Thomas Elizabeth Ann Thompson Elizabeth C. Thompson norman F. Thompson Peter Thompson M. A. Tidrick David E. Tisdale Earl R. Macam and Gwen Tohill-Macam Frank Edward Tolbert Philip A. Tomlin Quinn Tompkins Patricia Toms Rita B. Tomsic Deborah Kaurich Tongren Barbara Trammell Carolyn Lucy Trembly Simon Andrew W. Trinkino Dennis F. Troester Samuel J. Trout Susanne Trubey Donald B. Trudell Elizabeth S. Truelove Donald L. Tryon Dean Tudor Guy A. Turnbull James D. Turner John J. Turner Lisa Turner Sanfred E. Turnquist Henrietta H. Tweedie Jane H. Tweedle Andrea L. uhl Patricia uhrick Lee D. Ulrey James M. underwood, Jr. Thomas A. Vaclavek Donald A. Van Gorder and Janet S. Van Gorder Brian P. Van Vooren Anthony L. VanDam Amy L. Vanderkolk Stephanie Hanka Vandover Rick Vavul Leonard Vazquez Gloria Vear Robert M. Veatch Gregory Veerkamp Barbara Feroe Vietzke Natalia Villasboa Jens Vinje Peter Vishion Caren A. Vitell Clifford M. Vogt Valerie Rupich Vojcanin Ted Vonder Haar Johanna Wachter Kathy Wade Steven F. Wagester Jane R. Wagner Gail E. Wainright Robert Waldner Michael L. Walker W Dean Walker Christina Wall Mary Ann Walton Ruth Waltz Randal S. Wamsley David G. Wanders and Kristi Wanders Charles L. Ward G. Alan Ward Stephen Rosborough Ward Thomas C. Ward Mary Spadafora Ware John L. Warren Fred L. Warweg Paul Washburn Sherron Ann Watson Shirley Dillon Watson Robert Watson-Duvall Paul R. Weakley Bernice E. Weatherholt Joseph G. Webb Teri Weber James Weingartner John Weis Phillip Weisberger Benjamin S. Weisbroth Gary Weith James H. Weldon III Jere G. Weliver George Dale Weller David F. Wells David W. Welty Charles D. Wemhoff Wm. James Wendling nicholas A. Werne Paul E. West Edgar James Whatley James C. Wheat III Larry C. White Stephen W. White Kenneth R. Whitelaw Thomas R. Whiteley R. Gaines Whitley Cathy Okrent Whitney Frank M. Whitney Richard John Wichlei Dick Widmer Laura J. Wilburn Thomas Alan Wilhelmus Charles R. Williams David L. Williams Jacqueline L. Williams Kenneth L. Williams Muriel B. Williams Barbara Williamson Kimberly Willis Barbara J. Wilson Dan L. Wilson Frank Wilson James R. Wilson Lougenia E. Wilson Susan R. Wilson Wesley Wilson Dennis J. Wiltse Warren C. Winkler Diana C. Winterhalter Hamilton R. Winton Wendy Meredith Wippich Anthony C. Wirt Cheryl L. Wise Dorothy Lee Witwer Richard Wold Stephen E. Wolf Patricia J. Wolk Richard T. Wood Horace S. Woodland Cy Woodrome Brian P. Woods Eileen S. Woods Jim Woodward Warren F. Woodward G. Annette Woolsey Richard A. Worcester James Harvey Wright John W. Wright Ernest E. Yelton and Mary R. Yelton Stacey L. Yeo Christopher M. Young Lawrence P. Zablock Kyle Zajdel Adam Zeckel Wendy L. Zerface Ted C. Ziemer, Jr. Al Zipperer Bryan J. Zukowski GIFTS IN MEMORY OF Edward D. Auer Russell J. Compton Felix E. Goodson Stanley R. Irwin Michael D. Johnson Raymond W. Pence John A. Ricketts Richard F. Rosser GIFTS IN HONOR OF Gwen V. Bottoms Robert G. Bottoms Tom Bryan Dennis Turk Flanagin Clinton B. Gass James R. Grannon David W. Herrold Joseph R. Hurt Gloria A. Keppel SPECIAL GIFTS Neal B. Abraham and Donna L. Wiley Anonymous Charles W. Battey Katherine Lind Bergethon David A. Bohmer Emmylou Bollinger Jane L. Emison William Ash Emison Jere David Field Mr. and Mrs. Larry H. Fujinaka Bruce C. Greenwald nancy A. Huber nancy Witte Jacobs Richard C. Kingsland and Alice Lemon Frederick G. Krauss Joyce C. Mutz Ben C. Peternell Jane W. Schott Glenn M. Swisher and Molly Swisher OTHER GIFTS Gary Aleshire and Debbra K. Aleshire Anonymous W. James Armstrong and Elizabeth W. Armstrong C. Matthew Balensuela Robert G. Bottoms and Gwen Bottoms Douglas J. Dalrymple and nancy J. Dalrymple Kathryn Davidson James M. Dodds and Reyna M. Dodds Marceline G. Duffill Emerson W. Ebert and Marjorie B. Ebert Mark S. Fritz and Margo Fritz Robert G. Fuller and Margaret A. Fuller David W. Gasperetti and Martha L. Merritt Judith A. George David L. Gray and Susan K. Gray John K. Gwinn and Lynette R. Gwinn Marvin B. Hamilton and Barbara J. Hamilton Daniel Stephen Hanna Virginia Hanna Robert F. Hartmann and Margo M. Hartmann Kenneth L. Hauser and Eleanor Jane Hauser Joseph W. Hemsky and Joan B. Hemsky Virginia R. Heric Thomas E. Hoffmeyer Garland Irwin and Jeanne R. Irwin Caroline K. Jetton John Katterjohn and Carol J. Katterjohn Geoffrey D. Klinger Erik S. Krag John L. Liston and Sandra H. Liston John Madden David B. Maine and Barbara P. Maine Brent Marston and Joan K. Marston William J. nagy and Ruth Ann nagy David nesbitt and Joyce nesbitt Jonathan Pavey William R. Pearlstein and Kristin M. Hager Elizabeth S. Pell John C. Pitz and Jill M. Pitz George Portell III and Anna A. Portell Judith A. Raybern Thomas B. Reynolds and Anne B. Reynolds William B. Rupert, Jr. Heber L. Short and Elizabeth B. Short Merle E. Simmons and Concepcion Simmons Katrina M. Sturgeon Anne Swift Jerry E. Toomer and Linda A. Toomer Cynthia J. Wargo Jay G. White Deborah L. Williams Patricia L. Williams David M. Woodward and Janet K. Woodward Robert B. Wyse and Denise Wyse Jonathan R. Zeko and Kristin Y. Zeko LEGACY GIFTS Evans M. Rust and Roberta Rust


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CORPORATIOnS, FOunDATIOnS AnD ORGAnIZATIOnS MATCHING GIFTS
DePauw’s gratitude goes to the following corporations, foundations and organizations whose employees participate in their matching gift programs. Gifts from 280 individuals qualified for matching gifts from their businesses or other organizations. These individual gifts, in turn, generated an additional $323,149 for DePauw university. Matching gifts comprise a vital portion of the Annual Fund.
Matching Gifts of $25,000 or more Lumina Foundation for Education Matching Gifts of $10,000 or more Eli Lilly and Company The David and Lucile Packard Foundation Procter & Gamble Fund Matching Gifts of $5,000 or more ConocoPhillips ExxonMobil Foundation GE Foundation Meredith Corporation Foundation Merrill Lynch & Co. Foundation northwestern Mutual Foundation Occidental Petroleum Corporation One America Philip Morris, u.S.A. Spectra Energy Foundation Verizon Foundation Matching Gifts of $1,000 or more 3M Foundation, Inc. Abbott Laboratories Fund Accenture Foundation, Inc. Aetna Foundation, Inc. American Express Foundation Ameriprise Financial AstraZeneca Ball Corporation Bemis Company Foundation Boeing Company Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Corning Incorporated Foundation Deloitte Foundation DirecTV The Walt Disney Company Foundation Dow Chemical Company Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund General Motors Corporation Goldman, Sachs & Co. H. B. Fuller Company HSBC north America Harris Bank Foundation IMS Health Illinois Tool Works Foundation Johnson & Johnson Kaplan, Inc. KeyCorp Lincoln Financial Group Foundation MetLife Foundation Microsoft Corporation J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation Morgan Stanley north Indiana Conference of the united Methodist Church Parker Hannifin Foundation Pfizer Foundation Philips Electronics ProLogis Prudential Foundation RJR nabisco Foundation Rand Mcnally & Company Schering-Plough Foundation Shell Oil Company Foundation Sherwin-Williams Foundation State Farm Companies Foundation u.S. Bancorp Foundation unitrin, Inc. Wachovia Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation Other Matching Gifts AT&T Foundation Adobe Systems Inc. Agilent Technologies Foundation Alcan Aluminum Alcoa Foundation American International Group Amgen Foundation Anheuser-Busch Foundation Aviva Charitable Foundation BP Amoco Foundation BWXT Y-12 Bank of America Barclays Global Investors C. R. Bard, Inc. Belden Inc. Blue Bell Foundation Leo Burnett Company CIT CnA Foundation Campbell Soup Foundation Caterpillar Foundation ChevronTexaco Ciba Foundation Inc. Colgate Palmolive Company Comerica Incorporated Countrywide Crowe Chizek & Company LLC Dow Agrosciences, LLC Dow Corning Corporation eBay Emerson Energen Corporation Entergy Corporation Exelon Fifth Third Bancorp J. H. Fletcher & Co. GEICO Companies General Mills Foundation GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Global Impact W.W. Grainger Inc. Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc. Hewitt Associates Home Depot Houghton Mifflin Company InG Foundation Intel Foundation Irwin Financial Corporation Kennecott utah Copper Corporation Kimberly-Clark Foundation Kraft Foods Inc. Laclede Gas Company Lexis-nexis Lexmark International Inc. Lockheed Martin Marathon Oil Company Foundation Maritz Inc. Marsh & McLennan MassMutual Financial Group McDonald’s Corporation The McGraw-Hill Companies McMaster Carr Supply Company Medtronic Foundation Mellon Bank, n.A. Merck Company Foundation Monsanto Fund national City Bank, Dayton nationwide Foundation novartis uS Foundation nuveen Investments, LLC PnC Bank Foundation Penguin Group uSA Pfizer Inc. Pharmacia Foundation, Inc. Principal Financial Group Foundation RBC Dain Rauscher Realnetworks Foundation Regions Bank Roche Diagnostics Rockwell International SAIC SC Johnson Fund, Inc. Safeco Insurance Sallie Mae The Charles Schwab Corporation Foundation Sit Investment Associates Foundation Steelcase Foundation SunTrust Bank, Atlanta Teleflex Foundation Temple-Inland Foundation Texas Instruments Foundation Textron Thomson West Towers Perrin uPS Foundation uSG Foundation Inc. unilever united States, Inc. Valero Energy Corporation Wellpoint Foundation Whirlpool Foundation Wisconsin Energy Corporation

DIRECT 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 Cornelius Family Foundation Direct Gifts of $500,000 or more Judson C. Green Charitable Lead Trust Direct Gifts of $100,000 or more AMG Charitable Gift Foundation Bartlett Family Foundation El nido, LLC Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Greater Kansas City Community Foundation Lilly Endowment Inc. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Ian Rolland Revocable Trust SEI Giving Fund ubben Lead Trust The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Direct Gifts of $25,000 or more Ayco Charitable Foundation Cabbadetus Foundation E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation Chicago Community Trust The Cummins Foundation Greater Milwaukee Foundation, Inc. Hewlett Packard Company Hillswood Foundation Huizenga Foundation Otto F. and Jenny H. Krauss Charitable Foundation The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation The Mazanec Foundation Todd S. nicholson 2002 Charitable Lead Trust north Indiana Conference of the united Methodist Church Palmer Foundation Ripplewood Foundation, Inc. South Indiana Conference of the united Methodist Church Steele Charitable Remainder unitrust Swisher Foundation united Way of northwest Michigan Vanguard Charitable Endowment Western Petroleum Company Direct Gifts of $10,000 or more Claude and Marilyn Boles Foundation Inc. Burleigh Family Foundation Cornpauw Foundation, Ltd. The Davee Foundation John Edward Fowler Memorial Foundation Howell Paving Inc. Independent Colleges of Indiana Foundation Miller Family Foundation northern Trust Company Karl Prindle Charitable Lead Trust Procter & Gamble Fund Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Louis and nellie Sieg Foundation Gordon V. and Helen C. Smith Foundation Diane B. Stephens Charitable Trust Stephenson Family Foundation TowerBrook Foundation Samuel L. Westerman Foundation Wohlers Family Foundation Direct Gifts of $5,000 or more AGA Institute Broadhurst Foundation Community Foundation of Greater Memphis Community Foundation of Jackson County Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund The Greater Cincinnati Foundation Hagaman Charitable Trust LRE Foundation The Lanham Family Foundation national City Bank Rice Family Foundation

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Richland Summit Charitable Foundation The Alvin J. Rockwell Charitable Trust Eugene C. and Gail V. Sit Foundation ML and SL Smith Health Education and Charitable Trust united Student Aid Funds, Inc. Direct Gifts of $1,000 or more ARJCO Foundation American Endowment Foundation Anthony Family Foundation Baird Foundation, Inc. Bank of America Charitable Foundation The Stanley H. Byram Trust R. and M. Clark Family Foundation Community Foundation of Central Illinois Depository Community Foundation of Greater Fort Wayne, Inc. Community Foundation of Louisville The Dallas Foundation Dayton Foundation Depository Dealer Tire nancy Ruyle Dodge Charitable Trust Dow Jones & Company Inc. Grossnickle Family Foundation Inc. James E. and Evelyn E. Hader Charitable Foundation Thomas S. and Sally S. Henderson Foundation IBM Corporation Kalamazoo Community Foundation Lancaster Family Foundation Lancaster Family Trust MCL Cafeterias Maple City Commercial Leasing Inc. Marathon Oil Company Foundation national Christian Foundation national Philanthropic Trust nicholson Family Foundation north Indiana united Methodist Foundation, Inc. Pearson Education Pharmacia Foundation, Inc. Presser Foundation T. Rowe Price Charitable Gifts Putnam County Community Foundation Pyromation, Inc. Schaefer Family Trust of 1989 Seaman Family Foundation Specialties AgroAlimentation Stark Community Foundation Mildred E. Swanson Foundation Swearingen Foundation united Way of Central new Mexico Vectren Foundation, Inc. Washtenaw united Way Webster Gladstone Foundation Inc. Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Wham Charitable Trust Xerox Foundation Other Direct Gifts 3M Foundation, Inc. American Advertising Federation-Cleveland D. J. Angus-Scienctech Educational Foundation, Inc. Anonymous Artemis Strategy Group Aspinwall Custom Framing Baker & Daniels LLP Bank of America Beré Foundation, Inc. Blaney & Walton Briggs Foundation Brittany Hollow Ranch Charlevoix County Community Foundation Cohen & Company, Ltd. Community Foundation of new Jersey Dickens Enterprises, Inc. Donaldson Capital Management, LLC Ear, nose and Throat Surgical Care East Fork Growers Express Signs and Graphics of Orlando Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation Fitzgerald Consulting Inc. J. H. Fletcher & Co. Four Jay Corporation Furniture Aware House Greencastle Branch nAACP Gulf Parcel Service, Inc. Hale Family Foundation Hardwick Day Heritage Management Group Inc. Highland Park united Methodist Church Holmes Law Office, P.C. Illinois Prairie Community Foundation Indiana Bar Foundation Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City Kaiser Communications Inc. Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation Kingdom Oil Company The Lawlor Group Anne and Fred Luber Foundation Marvin’s The Manuel D. and Rhoda Mayerson Foundation Men’s Hall Association J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation Jon E. newcomb Law Office Oak Park-River Forest Community Foundation Ozem Corporation Padgett Law Patel, Martyn & Hafner LLC Precision Dispensing Equipment Random House Inc. Riberg Stores LLC The Samuel Family Foundation Dean Sangalis & Associates Financial Services Sawyer Marglous Foundation Sheahan Family Revocable Trust The Snow Foundation The Springfield Foundation Stencil & Sponge Inc. Summit Sales Group Tegarden Educational Consulting, Inc. united Methodist Church united Way of King County university High School Parents Association Voluntary Benefits Specialists, LLC Waterstone Foundation Wellpoint Foundation Wilson Logistics Inc. Wyse Advertising


Gift at Work

Student “marks a new stage” in her life through study project in Botswana
Political science and sociology double major Sainabou M. Musa ’09 learned a great deal about herself and what she values through a recent Winter Term study project in Botswana. Musa’s visit to the South African country was supported through a Palmer Foundation Winter Term Travel Grant. The president of the Palmer Foundation, based in Kenosha, Wis., is Mary Palmer Enroth ’62. now a senior, Musa was most struck by a visit to an orphanage during her Winter Term trip, and especially her interactions with an 11-year-old girl named Teke. “With Teke, I experienced an emotional rollercoaster. I was sad for this little girl, who lost all that was close to her at such a young age. I was happy that Teke did not let her past stop her from enjoying the present.” Musa said about her support from the Palmer Foundation: “Without your generous contribution toward my study project in Botswana, I would have missed an experience I will never forget. It is my hope that one day I will be the one encouraging and enabling students to broaden their horizons, as you have allowed me to do.”

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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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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 Ruth Ward Freehafer 1930 Ann Freehafer Andersen and Donald K. Andersen Lytle J. Freehafer 1931 Ann Freehafer Andersen and Donald K. Andersen Charles F. Seaman 1933 Margaret Seaman Spikerman and Richard C. Spikerman John W. Christensen 1935 Vicki Weber Linville and Ronald Gordon Linville Mary Lee Turk Earl C. Townsend, Jr. 1936 Carol J. Katterjohn and John Katterjohn university High School Parents Association Deborah L. Williams Mary Poucher McCune 1937 David P. DeSelm and Jane DeSelm Martha Withey Barnes 1938 Bradford S. Grabow and Stephanie Grabow Marian Ellis Gifford 1940 Virginia Ritchie Brown James Edward Davis and Sarah Ryrie Davis Lynne M. Panos Richard G. Rink 1941 Katie R. Boehner and Thomas P. Boehner Sal F. Marino 1942 American Advertising Federation-Cleveland Cohen & Company, Ltd. Joan K. Marston and Brent Marston Cynthia J. Wargo Janet K. Woodward and David M. Woodward Denise Wyse and Robert B. Wyse Wyse Advertising Kristin Y. Zeko and Jonathan R. Zeko Richard S. Shepard 1942 Baker & Daniels LLP John G. Baker nancy Eshcoff Boyer and Thomas P. Boyer Fred H. Cate and Beth Cate Deborah J. Daniels and Lyle J. Mannweiler Mitch Daniels Donaldson Capital Management, LLC Linda C. Gugin Barbara A. Harcourt and Carl A. Harcourt Diane Foster Igleheart and James B. Igleheart Indiana Bar Foundation Phyllis J. Lockyear Ernest E. Yelton and Mary R. Yelton Ted C. Ziemer, Jr. Charles P. Erdmann 1945 Carlton B. Stringfellow and Joellen McFarland Stringfellow Gordon R. McKinney 1946 Helen M. McKinney Daniel H. Hanna 1947 Phillip L. Cooper and Dawn E. Cooper Robert H. Farber and Vera May Knauer Farber James D. Graham and Carol Fisher Graham Sue W. Pryweller and Jon R. Pryweller William M. Walton 1947 J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation Dan W. Guinnup 1948 Barbara Evans Farris and Phillip H. Farris Walter n. Reagan 1948 Margo H. Reagan Heath C. Steele 1948 Thomas E. Hoffmeyer Janet S. Van Gorder and Donald A. Van Gorder Betty Benson Weideman James R. Wheeler 1948 Wanda Stewart Wheeler Thomas S. Emison 1950 Mary K. Emison Joseph Butler 1951 Cynthia W. Acker and Frederick G. Acker Brevoort Baker II and JoAnn Givens Baker Ann F. Christenson and John D. Christenson J. Thomas Concklin and Judith M. Concklin Joanne Beil Conners Thomas V. Fischer and Ann Fischer Jill Hansen and Gary Hansen Carol nelson Johnson and Wendell H. Johnson Ruth Ann Weber Johnson and Thomas Alan Johnson Lydia R.B. Kelley and Stephen W. Kelley Linda Mallon Amy Rohde neal and Greg neal Franklin W. nitikman Charles Oldfield and Dorothy K. Oldfield Mary C. Richey Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Ruark Joseph O. Rubinelli, Jr. Laura Dold Skinner and Thomas V. Skinner Margaret Kleinke Walsh David G. Wanders and Kristi Wanders Cynthia Watson Yingling and Jeffrey Yingling Harry D. Jacobs, Jr. 1951 Elizabeth W. Armstrong and W. James Armstrong Marceline G. Duffill nancy Witte Jacobs Diana Root Dean 1952 Donald L. Hamilton and Emily Hooton Hamilton J. Kent Guild 1953 John Ward Shawver and Sue Saunders Shawver Jeanne Guild Townsend and M. B. Townsend John B. Williams 1955 Douglas A. Holmes and Martha L. Holmes Margaret Hogue Corneilsen 1956 Procter & Gamble Fund Marietta Coble Ivey 1957 David M. Ivey Richard M. Temple 1957 Douglas A. Holmes and Martha L. Holmes John K. Buckner 1958 James H. Boyd and Leah A. Boyd Donna Stillwell Clapp 1958 Ann Freehafer Andersen and Donald K. Andersen Janet Bruggeman Fencken and Thomas Fencken Joanne Toates Huffman and K. Keith Huffmann Bonnie Barrow Liljequist and Jon L. Liljequist Gayle Wanegar Taliaferro June A. Walker Janice Wickersham Welty and David W. Welty Ellen Bockman Cleveland 1958 Ann Freehafer Andersen and Donald K. Andersen Janet Bruggeman Fencken and Thomas Fencken Joanne Toates Huffman and K. Keith Huffmann Bonnie Barrow Liljequist and Jon L. Liljequist Gayle Wanegar Taliaferro June A. Walker Janice Wickersham Welty and David W. Welty neal A. Cochran 1958 Tracy Cochran Garrity and Dennis J. Downing Ralph R. Edminster 1958 Marjorie B. Ebert and Emerson W. Ebert Douglas A. Holmes and Martha L. Holmes Thomas A. Jameson and Sandra B. Jameson Jeffrey R. Johnson John Madden Joseph D. Mann Elizabeth S. Pell Anna A. Portell and George Portell III Walter W. Sampson, Jr. and Ann M. Sampson Anne Swift Edward L. unterberg and Gale Edwards unterberg Gary L. Wegenke and Sandra S. Wegenke John McClendon 1958 Douglas A. Holmes and Martha L. Holmes Mary Stotz McGookey 1958 Ann Freehafer Andersen and Donald K. Andersen Janet Bruggeman Fencken and Thomas Fencken Joanne Toates Huffman and K. Keith Huffmann Bonnie Barrow Liljequist and Jon L. Liljequist Gayle Wanegar Taliaferro June A. Walker Janice Wickersham Welty and David W. Welty Mary Scharf Miller 1958 Ann Freehafer Andersen and Donald K. Andersen Janet Bruggeman Fencken and Thomas Fencken Joanne Toates Huffman and K. Keith Huffmann Bonnie Barrow Liljequist and Jon L. Liljequist Gayle Wanegar Taliaferro June A. Walker Janice Wickersham Welty and David W. Welty Barbara Bieser Deater 1959 Douglas A. Holmes and Martha L. Holmes J. McRae Thorlton 1961 Marjorie Colegrove Brickley and James A. Brickley Chester W. Browne, Jr. and Jeanne Moe Browne David W. Clifford and Jean McCalister Clifford Anthony J. de nicola and Christie B. de nicola Gary Paul Drew and Sandra Aldrich Drew norman H. Eggert and Jeanne Mahaney Eggert Mark E. English Robert H. Farber and Vera May Knauer Farber Donald L. Hamilton and Emily Hooton Hamilton Louis W. Harmening, Jr. and Janet Bloxsome Harmening David B. Maine and Barbara P. Maine Michael R. Maine and Suzanne Bauman Maine William J. nagy and Ruth Ann nagy Heather neier and Robert H. Snoddy, Jr. John S. null and nancy Spier null Frances Wagner Rehm Dianne Harrison Thorlton Kenneth R. Todd and Jo Ann Eggers Todd Jo Misselhorn usher Robert E. Van Metre and Barbara A. Van Metre Robert B. Wessling and Judith Hanson Wessling Kirby W. Bay 1964 L. Terry Chappell and Barbara Chappell Katherine Booz Molander 1964 Judith Osterland Thornton and Ted Thornton Jeannie Simmons Mutz 1967 Joyce C. Mutz Carol Boardman Hittle 1968 John L. Rabb and Sharon Rabb Susan L. Saunders 1968 Suzanne Barker Sjostrom and Darryl Sjostrom Clarice Kinsey Bair 1969 Edith B. Kinsey John F. McWethy 1969 Alison E. Frost and Richard L. Bender Sara Rush Shuman 1970 Stanley Shuman Patti Harper Coyle 1971 Margaret Horrigan and Terry n. Foster Douglas L. Crichlow 1971 The Walt Disney Company Foundation John H. Land 1971 Thomas A. Roberts Theodore Mcnutt Englehart, Jr. 1972 David B. Englehart and Helen E. Englehart Melvin Kenneth Tracht 1972 Mildred J. Tracht James n. Kleinschmidt 1976 Mark E. English Lisa E. Drack 1980 Miller Family Foundation Kevin R. Thompson 1980 Grant norris Slocum Brian Burton Hoover 1983 Herbert W. Hoover and Barbara Burton Hoover Peter H. Pogue

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Richard Paul Steele 1984 Paul E. Steele and Diana M. Steele Chad C. Kostel 1985 Charles Kostel dec Michael T. Lee and Catherine Lee Rebonna Hansen Bromund 1986 James M. Dodds and Reyna M. Dodds Marvin B. Hamilton and Barbara J. Hamilton Adolf Hansen and naomi Hansen Jerry E. Toomer and Linda A. Toomer Beth Ann Morrison 1987 Michael S. Corriveau Polly Elizabeth Marchese 2001 Ashley S. English neil L. Marchese and Claire Anshutz Marchese PARENTS W. Peter de Penaloza Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City Isabel de Penaloza Kramer and Jeffrey Kramer Kenneth R. umfleet Imo Yates umfleet FRIENDS, FACULTY AND STAFF Edward D. Auer, Friend Ione B. Auer dec Russell J. Compton, Faculty Robert F. Hartmann and Margo M. Hartmann Barbara Ault Homme and James M. Homme Richard Anthony Livingston Melinda Marie Voss-Hatfield and Jason Hatfield John J. Wittich and Leah Elliott Wittich Charlotte A. Wytias Michael Jason Sered Zabelin Felix E. Goodson, Faculty Mr. and Mrs. Larry H. Fujinaka Kristin M. Hager and William R. Pearlstein Martha L. Merritt and David W. Gasperetti Joseph R. Hurt, Faculty Anonymous Stanley R. Irwin, Faculty neal B. Abraham and Donna L. Wiley Debbra K. Aleshire and Gary Aleshire Anonymous C. Matthew Balensuela Mariette J. Bargen Deborah Mills Barker and Thomas W. Barker, Jr. Denise Reasoner Bates and Dale Bates Maureen McCormick Carkeek nancy J. Dalrymple and Douglas J. Dalrymple Robert H. Farber and Vera May Knauer Farber Joseph R. Flummerfelt Lawrence Eugene Frank and Susan M. Frank Judith A. George Susan K. Gray and David L. Gray Lynette R. Gwinn and John K. Gwinn Daniel Stephen Hanna Virginia Hanna Eleanor Jane Hauser and Kenneth L. Hauser Joan B. Hemsky and Joseph W. Hemsky Garland Irwin and Jeanne R. Irwin Caroline K. Jetton Erik S. Krag Sandra H. Liston and John L. Liston Jill M. Pitz and John C. Pitz Thomas L. Potter Judith A. Raybern Anne B. Reynolds and Thomas B. Reynolds Heber L. Short and Elizabeth B. Short Carl P. Singer and Margaret M. Singer Janet Love Trout and Samuel J. Trout Jay G. White Patricia L. Williams James H. Young Michael D. Johnson, Faculty Carol Moyer Zaczkiewicz and Louis T. Zaczkiewicz Raymond W. Pence, Faculty Helen M. Curtis John A. Ricketts, Faculty 3M Foundation, Inc. David C. Ahlgren and Deborah Adams Ahlgren The Howard Burkett Family Dawn Ahlgren Chapman and Brian Chapman Kathryn Davidson Virginia R. Heric James A. Madison David nesbitt and Joyce nesbitt Concepcion Simmons and Merle E. Simmons Ralph E. Spelbring Jack Steele and Carolyn B. Steele Katrina M. Sturgeon Suzanne Steubs Thompson and Kenneth C. Thompson Richard F. Rosser, Friend C. Shea nickell


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. Between July 1, 2007, and June 30, 2008, the following individuals were honored through gifts to DePauw.
G. Wendell Dygert 1933 John S. Abernethy and Anne O. Abernethy Scott Bond and Cindy Bond Mark D. Briney Larry L. Draper and Faye D. Draper Thomas R. Gearhart Jason Hazelett and Tiina Hazelett Robert H. Hoenk Randall T. Lehman and Deborah L. Lehman Richard D. Mellinger Charles T. Morse northwestern Mutual Foundation Jerry D. nuerge and Sharon C. nuerge Jeffrey J. Rapp Sheila Roesler Dean Sangalis Dean Sangalis & Associates Financial Services Alan W. Sidel and Jerri Sidel James H. Tower, Jr. and Betty C. Tower Dennis F. Troester Victor S. Volom Carl A. Strock 1941 Doris nealis Hodges Strock Charles A. Leis 1952 Susan Leis Thiele and Howard n. Thiele Marilyn newpart Leis 1952 Susan Leis Thiele and Howard n. Thiele David J. Morehead 1953 Rosemary Davis Shaw Marjorie Davis Morehead 1954 Rosemary Davis Shaw Thomas J. Grant 1956 Phyllis H. Albrecht and James L. Albrecht William B. Leist 1956 Golda Rayburn and Sid Rayburn Ann Luttrell Grant 1957 Phyllis H. Albrecht and James L. Albrecht Mary Kendall Leist 1958 Golda Rayburn and Sid Rayburn Katherine Booz Molander 1964 Karen McDevitt Casey Keith W. Keppel 1966 Karen Keppel Chappell and Edward G. Chappell Robert McKay Steele 1969 Tom K. Heilman and nancy Priess Heilman Elizabeth Morehead Schluckebier 1983 Rosemary Davis Shaw Cynthia Watson Yingling 1983 Catherine L. Yingling Ann Morehead McClellan 1988 Rosemary Davis Shaw Heather McDermit Brewster 2001 Donna A. McDermit and George C. McDermit Lauren McDermit Beatrice 2007 Donna A. McDermit and George C. McDermit PARENTS Rebecca Benson Colleen Patricia Benson Steven F. Benson Colleen Patricia Benson John A. Bollero Matthew O. Bollero Katherine O. Bollero Matthew O. Bollero Linda Krucks Greta Anne Krucks William n. Krucks Greta Anne Krucks FRIENDS, FACULTY AND STAFF Gwen V. Bottoms, Friend Michele R. Flint Bonnie M. nealon and Raymond F. nealon Robert G. Bottoms, Faculty Michele R. Flint The Lawlor Group Bonnie M. nealon and Raymond F. nealon Tom Bryan, Friend Karen Keppel Chappell and Edward G. Chappell Rebecca Lock Jeremy Steven Lock Steven R. Lock Jeremy Steven Lock Robert L. Scheibel Anna Riley Scheibel Susan Scheibel Anna Riley Scheibel Dennis Turk Flanagan, Friend Cheryl Turk Flanagan James R. Gammon, Faculty Colleen Patricia Benson Matthew Orr Bollero Greta Anne Krucks Jeremy Steven Lock Bradley L. Pearman Anna Riley Scheibel Susan Leis Thiele and Howard n. Thiele Clinton B. Gass, Faculty Anonymous David W. Herrold, Faculty Alison Clark Zajdel and Kyle Zajdel Gloria A. Keppel, Friend Karen Keppel Chappell and Edward G. Chappell

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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 2008-09
Joseph P. Allen IV ’59 Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93 Thomas W. Boswell ’66 Jonathan C. Coffin ’06 Sally Grooms Cowal ’66 Michael J. Coyner, Friend Marletta Farrier Darnall ’61 Gary P. Drew ’61 Jane L. Emison, Friend Marvin E. Flewellen ’85 Alison E. Frost ’69 Judson C. Green ’74 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 Erik G. nelson ’61 Myrta 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 Robert C. Taylor ’08 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

ADVISORY TRuSTEES
James R. Bartlett ’66 W. Charles Bennett ’74 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

LIFE TRuSTEES
John T. Anderson ’52 Eugene L. Delves ’50 John W. Fisher, Parent Robert R. Frederick ’48 Hirotsugu Iikubo’57 Arthur E. Klauser ’45 George L. Mazanec ’58 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


DEPAuW unIVERSITY BOARD OF VISITORS 2008-09
Jane Eklund Anderson ’65 Robert S. Apatoff ’80 E. Webb Bassick IV ’74 Jennifer Holtzman Bell ’79 Barrett L. Boehm ’73 Judith Banker Castellini ’81 Kenneth W. Coquillette ’82 Jeffrey A. Cozad ’86 Glenn E. Davis ’79 Wendy Ellis-Gardner ’89 Sander L. Esserman ’73 Richard L. Fanyo ’69 Robert D. Franks ’73 David S. Goltermann ’78 Charles A. Greene, Jr. ’96 Douglas S. Hynden ’78 David C. Johnson ’72 Janice Pahl Kern ’71 Holiday Hart McKiernan ’80 Susan Reichert Milanak ’84 Judith Tanner Moon ’76 Rita M. Allis Powers ’86 Todd R. Roberson ’82 Robin Richey Roberts ’80 Pamela A. Rons ’77 Peter G. Ruppert ’86 Lance A. Swank ’83 Donald E. Town ’71 Loren Cerone Tozer ’82

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DEPAuW ALuMnI ASSOCIATIOn BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2008-09
Guillermo H. Amezcua ’03 Jason A. Asbury ’95 John Fullilove Avery III ’05 Lindsay A. Bartlett ’07 Florence E. Beatty ’74 Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93 André L. Brewer ’93 Tobias J. Butler ’04 Roberta Graef Carlin ’69 Stephen n. Combs ’87 Courtney Hughes Comer ’91 John A. Drees ’65 Jennifer Kneisley Ferguson ’84 Scott A. Fredrick ’87 James P. Getgey ’88 Gregory J. Goetcheus ’90 Milo F. Hanke, Jr. ’77 W. Brian Hatton ’95 Ivan D. Hoffman ’01 Steven Arthur Holt ’70 Sarah Roberts Houghland ’65 Janet L. Johns ’85 Leslye Jones-Beatty ’82 Katherine L. Keck ’77 Ashley B. Krieg ’01 Amber Franklin LaRue ’00 Saundra Lu Fabrick MacGregor ’62 Charles F. Meyer ’86 Janel Howell Miller ’69 nadia T. Mitchem ’98 Charles J. nelson ’85 Christopher H. Penn ’72 Steven W. Peterson ’77 Donald M. Phelan ’79 W. Scott Priebe ’00 Dennis A. Priser ’63 Lori Spoon Rafkin ’85 Scott R. Reynolds ’00 Breton A. Schoch ’86 Karen Olander Skerrett ’68 Jill M. Skogheim ’00 Carolyn Hostetter Smith ’59 Brent E. St. John ’89 Gilbert D. Standley ’82 Michael S. Stanek ’06 Eric M. Stisser ’94 Jill Darnall Tanner ’91 Barbara Martin Tubekis ’80 Theodore Constantine Tubekis ’08 Joseph 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 2008-09
Chicago Alumni Council President: Jane Schaadt Johnson ’04 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: Jacqueline B. natz ’05 San Francisco Bay Area Alumni Council President: Anne Heller Morrissey ’90 Vice President: Kristina M. Amarantos ’05 St. Louis Alumni Council President: Amy J. MacDoniels Rhodes ’04 Vice President: Christopher V. Rhodes ’04 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 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 2008-09
Gabrielle Peek Benson ’05 Michael E. Bogers ’01 John M. Buchta ’08 Ryan J. Danks ’99 Kathryn Rudolph Diekhoff ’03 David W. Emison ’03 Kirsten J. Hagen ’02 W. Kenney Marlatt ’00 Stephanie Rivera ’05 Timothy R. Rolfs ’02 Jill M. Skogheim ’00 Abigail J. Trainor ’07 David M. Trogden ’04 Obinna D. ugokwe ’05

ALuMnI OF COLOR ADVISORY COunCIL 2008-09
Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93 Devon Wade Crittenden ’89 Olan B. Garrett ’99 Jeanna Tillman Knight ’00 naShara C. Mitchell ’01 nadia T. Mitchem ’98 nigel J. Riggins ’00 Wandini Dixon-Fyle Riggins ’01
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Alumni Programs

Alumni and parents host 2008 Summer Send-Off Parties in 14 locations
The Office of Admission and Office of Alumni Relations 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 14 locations. This year’s parties featured six new hosts and many repeat party volunteers. New locations included Rockford, Mich., and the surrounding Grand Rapids/Kalamazoo area as well as Minneapolis. The Chicago West party hosted by Kim and Bill Butler had the best overall attendance and alumni attendance with more than 100 people. If you are interested in hosting a send-off party next summer, please call Tod A. Eberle ’66, associate director of admission, at 800-447-2495.

2008 Summer Send-Offs
Bloomington, Ind. Host: Lawrence P. Taylor ’69 and Margaret Taylor Co-host Stephen C. Jones ’69 and Kathryn Jones Chicago North Host: Bradley J. Simmons ’93 and Julie Simmons Chicago West Host: William J. Butler ’82, Kim (Klinger) Butler ’81 and Katherine E. Butler ’12 Cincinnati Host: Brad A. Pierce ’90 and Elizabeth Pierce Fort Wayne, Ind. Host: Melanie T. Hall ’78, Robert Hall and Abigail T. Hall ’12 Indianapolis Host: Richard J. Hawk ’93 and Emily Mills Hawk ’94 Indianapolis North Host: Stephen N. Combs ’87 and Sarah M. Combs ’87 Rockford, Mich. (Kalamazoo/Grand Rapids area) Host: Colette E. Harlow ’85 Lafayette, Ind. Host: Kaelin “Casey” Shipley and Katie Shipley ’11 Louisville, Ky. Host: Duane R. Shover, Pamela E. Shover and Danielle M. Shover ’09 Merrillville, Ind. Host: Sherri Modrak Ashby ’87 Minneapolis Host: Lori E. Jonason and Chelsey E. Jonason ’11 South Bend, Ind. Host: Pete J. Sampson ’00 and Dinah (Hanson) Sampson ’00 St. Louis Host: James H. Barrett ’79, Beth S. Barrett ’81 and Kyle S. Barrett ’10

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Alumni, students and faculty members enjoy Coming Together 2008
Coming Together 2008 brought alumni of color to campus Sept. 5-7 to connect with students and engage in provocative dialogue with peers and DePauw faculty members. Highlights of the weekend included two panel sessions titled “How do you squeeze a dollar out of 50 cents?” (a discussion about the middle class) and “Can’t we all just get along?” (a discussion of human rights). Alumni and faculty facilitators led spirited dialogue on these two issues by including conversations about gas prices, the housing market, medical insurance, Darfur, Civil Rights and the right to an education. Raymonda L. Burgman, DePauw assistant professor of economics and management, said of the first panel session, “I enjoyed the opportunity to talk about the current state of the economy and what this means for people of color. I noticed that everyone in the room had this sense that if they did not know something, this was their opportunity to learn. Again, this demonstrates that DePauw creates lifelong learners who never stop craving additional knowledge and wisdom.” Students benefited from the opportunity to engage alumni in attendance, fulfilling one of the original purposes of the Coming Together tradition that has now included four campus events. Yvonne A. Williams ’09 said, “In times when my life as a DePauw student is particularly difficult, I think of the people of color who graduated from this institution, and it gives me inspiration to continue and persevere. It is one thing to have people tell you that you can be successful, but another thing entirely to have real life examples of individuals who have accomplished what you aspire to accomplish. Whenever I feel self-doubt, I think of Wandini Dixon-Fyle Riggins ’01, Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93 or Deborah Russell Chube ’95, and I know that success is within my grasp and DePauw is a place that can help me reach it.” Students and alumni connected throughout the weekend, particularly during the student/ alumni Open Mic Night, Opening Breakfast with President Brian W. Casey and Open House reception. At the latter event, the Association of African-American Students (AAAS) House, the new multicultural spaces open to United DePauw (UD), Association for Students Interested in Asia (ASIA), Committee for Latino Concerns (CLC) and the International Student Association (ISA) all worked together to provide tours of the spaces, as well as a reception. Of his experiences during Coming Together, Marvin E. Flewellen ’85 said, “I truly enjoyed the opportunity to engage in great conversation with current students, faculty and fellow DePauw

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alums of color. DePauw has many reasons to be proud, especially when we realize the many graduates of color greatly contributing in so many areas of our society at large. When I am back on campus, I am always fascinated with and slightly envious of the extent of the minority presence. This is a great and positive change from the mid ’80s. These quick visits, such as Coming Together, reinforce the great opportunity afforded to connect the past with the present. My experiMarvin E. ence was relatively void of that connection, Flewellen ’85 so we can change that outcome.” During a breakfast on Saturday morning, alumni had the chance to engage President Casey regarding his goals for the campus. A dinner in the evening featured Kate S. Knaul, director of the Center for International and Experiential Education and assistant dean of academic affairs, as well as student testimonies by Neal J. McKinney ’09 about his study abroad experience in Spain and Marjorie A. Ramirez-Lino ’09 about her time in Nicaragua. “It was encouraging to see enthusiastic alumni back at DePauw talking about issues that concern us and showing that they care about the current and future DePauw,” Ramirez-Lino said. The dinner was followed by an after party featuring DJ Limelight of Indianapolis. After the experience, DJ Limelight included his DePauw experience in a blog titled “College Life” on his Web site, www.djlimelight.com. Coming Together 2008 also featured performances by several DePauw students and organizations, including DePauw Capella, WAMIDAN (World’s Association of Musicians, Instrumentalists and Dancers), International Student Association’s Indian Dance Group and X-Cell. Of the performances, Devon R. Crittenden ’89 said, “ I must admit that I got a little choked up during the Cultural Showcase because of the blend of nationalities and cultures. Coming Together was not something I experienced during my time at DePauw. It was beautiful!” The University thanks members of the Coming Together Steering Committee who planned the weekend, including Lisa Henderson Bennett ’93, Devon R. Crittenden ’89, Jeanna Knight ’00, NaShara Mitchell ’01, Nadia T. Mitchem ’98, Nigel J. Riggins ’00 and Wandini Dixon-Fyle Riggins ’01.

President Brian W. Casey addressed alumni during the welcoming breakfast in the Percy Lavon Julian Science & Mathematics Center.

To read more about Coming Together and the Alumni of Color Advisory Council, go to the Web site at www.depauw.edu/alumni/acac/index.asp.

The human rights discussion panel in Peeler Art Center auditorium featured, left to right: Melody L. Buckley ’11 (moderator); John A. Dittmer, professor emeritus of history; Brett R. O’Bannon, associate professor of political science; Sherry J. Mou, associate professor of modern languages (Chinese); and Ronda C. Henry ’90.

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MONDAY, OCT. 20, 2008 The Chicago Club, Chicago At left, Marletta Farrier Darnall ’61, President Brian W. Casey and Robert J. Darnall ’60; below, a reception attendee asks President Casey a question following his remarks.

More than 250 alumni and a few students on fall break attended the Presidential Reception in Chicago.

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WEDNESDAY, OCT. 22, 2008 Conrad Indianapolis President Casey was warmly welcomed by more than 250 alumni who attended the Presidential Reception in Indianapolis.

THURSDAY, OCT. 23, 2008 New York City More than 150 alumni and some students on fall break enjoyed the Presidental Reception at the 3 West Club in New York City.

To find out more about alumni events or how to get involved, go to www.depauw.edu/alumni.

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Taylor A. Beaty William T. Berthouex Clinton J. Bird Daniel A. Brick Shelby L. Bridges Andrea C. Brinker Katherine E. Butler

William R. Carpenter Kaitlin E. Cassidy Rachel A. Cheeseman Jonathon D. Cripe Stephen F. Davis Jessica M. Dugdale Lillian M. Elliott John W. Emison Margaret C. Erzinger dec = deceased

Anne Guild Adams ’82 Judith Drompp Guild ’53 Dr. J. Kent Guild ’53 dec Samuel R. Ardery ’80 Patricia Stevens Ardery ’80 Dr. David B. Stevens ’51 Sally Symon Stevens ’52 Marymae Gingrich Beaty ’76 Amy Thurston Berthouex ’74 Dr. Jeffrey C. Bird ’81 Dr. G. Edward Stokes ’44 dec Elizabeth Hedges Witteveen ’43 Thomas S. Bridges ’82 Cynthia Treadwell Bridges ’83 John C. Brinker ’76 William J. Butler ’82 Kim Klinger Butler ’81 Joseph Butler ’51 dec Gail Wagner Butler ’51 dec Robert R. Carpenter ’78 Sally Henning Carpenter ’79 John C. Cassidy ’82 Susan McNichols Cassidy ’82 Phillip A. Cheeseman ’72 Lynn Liebig Cheeseman ’72 Rev. Dr. Douglas Cripe ’82 Lisa A. Cripe ’82 Glenn E. Davis ’79 Susan Melberg Davis ’79 Sara Schacht Dugdale ’82 Richard H. Elliott ’80 Anne Rock Elliott ’81 Donald F. Elliott Jr. ’43 James W. Emison ’52 dec Carrie Reavis Erzinger ’83

Rachel L. German Stephanie L. Grass Abigail T. Hall Edward L. Hamilton

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Amanda B. Hughes Katherine A. Janowski Kreigh A. Kamman Patrick J. Kelly Ryan J. Kelly William R. King Matthew K. Knochel Emma R. Lanham Carolyn C. Latta Kristina M. McLane Kelly D. Mehlhope Matthew E. Meyer Abigail V. Minton Katherine S. Morrison Sara D. Myers Megan L. Myrehn Sarah E. Norris

Cathy McCracken German ’85 David E. Grass ’67 Melanie Thexton Hall ’78 Rev. Lisa Belcher Hamilton Scott L. Hamilton ’81 dec Donald L. Hamilton ’57 Emily Hooton Hamilton ’58 David B. Heyde ’81 Alison Mason Heyde ’81 Lalla Boswell Heyde ’55 Edwin Boswell ’31 dec Rebabelle McMahan Boswell ’32 dec Lisa Michaels Carlson ’84 Robert P. Janowski ’81 Jill Tanner Kamman ’81 John P. Kelly ’75 John P. Kelly ’75 Julie Reynolds King ’77 Amy Clouse Knochel ’82 Kyle E. Lanham ’79 Mary Matson Latta ’83 Brian F. McLane ’83 Melva Zabarte McLane ’83 Carl N. Mehlhope ’79 Mary Sullivan Mehlhope ’79 Timothy E. Meyer ’82 Melissa Phillips Meyer ’81 David P. Minton ’80 Phillip H. Minton ’51 Sarah Dewart Morrison ’81 Marilyn Stevenson Morrison ’51 Kenneth R. Myers ’82 Bruce D. Myrehn ’82 Kimberly Holycross Myrehn ’83 David S. Norris ’82 Anne Boyd Norris ’82

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Michael E. Olsen ’79 Kimberly Faber Olsen ’81 Dr. L. Penfield Faber ’52 Andrew S. Pfaff Jean B. Pfaff ’76 Meghann E. Pogue Dr. Thomas Russel Mote ’74 Kevin K. Porter Harry D. Jacobs Jr. ’51 dec Emily M. Reavis Marshall W. Reavis IV ’84 Laura Cochran Reavis ’84 Neal A. Cochran ’58 dec Barbara Tracy Cochran ’58 Claire E. Rhoades Jeffrey Lynn Rhoades ’70 Kevin D. Rusie H. Robert Rusie ’39 dec Ruth Ritz. Rusie ’40 Kevin M. Ryan Darlene Montgomery Ryan ’76 Kyle E. Scully Robert R. Scully ’78 Dr. Robert G. Scully ’40 dec Richard E. Scully ’10 dec Inez Gardiner Scully ’13 dec Bradley B. Shewalter Scott A. Shewalter ’77 Connor D. Stallings Bruce L. Stallings ’77 Katrina Sorenson Stallings ’79 Mallory K. Stidham Joel D. Stidham ’71 Kristine Krumholz Stidham ’72 Kathryn A. Strader Todd M. Strader ’87 Diane Sharp Strader ’85 Kathleen M. Stricker Wendy Leinbach-Stricker ’86 Nicholas O. Sweeney Gerald Owen Sweeney Jr. ’74 Linda Goodyear Sweeney ’76 Gerald O. Sweeney ’43 dec Elizabeth Young Sweeney ’45 Dorianne Thayer Thomas L. Thayer ’74 Aspasia Cantzavelos Thayer ’76 Tommy C. Weakley Susan Alvis Weakley ’44 Michael R. Woodsmall Bryan S. Woodsmall ’83

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Left: Washington, D.C.-area alumni enjoyed a walking tour of the U.S. National Arboretum on May 4. Below: In Indianapolis, alumni assisted with the nation’s largest half-marathon on May 3. Alumni supported The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team-in-Training Program.

To find out more about regional alumni events or how to get involved, go to www.depauw.edu/alumni.

During the DePauw National Month of Service in May, New York City-area alumni assisted with a Plant and Picnic event in a park located under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass.

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Mary Baker Himebaugh celebrated her 100th birthday, July 18, 2008. She lives in Bedford, Ind. She was profiled in The Times-Mail newspaper, July 14, 2008. Mary said, “I have always enjoyed doing things for others, such as going to the grocery for someone or seeing that a fellow senior citizen got on the city bus at a certain time, but I’ve slowed down in the last year.” In recent years, she has spent most of her time keeping in touch with and writing to friends.

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140 patents, author or co-author of more than 40 technical publications and seven books. Despite the problems facing chemical engineers and scientists today, Harold said in the June 2008 issue of Horizons, Nexant’s quarterly newsletter, “Certainly solving [today’s] problems will not be as easy as it was in my day, and it will take an entirely different approach – both practically and intellectually. But I have great confidence that it will happen. ”

Mary “Mariliz” Lyons celebrated her 100th birthday, Nov. 2, 2008, with an open house at Attica (Ind.) Public Library. The event was hosted by Attica Public Library staff and Friends of the Library. Mariliz was a music and art teacher at Shelbyville Central Schools and, later, at St. Joseph Catholic School.

1932

Ruth Ritz Rusie was honored at a United Way of Morgan County (Ind.) celebration luncheon, April 30, 2008, for her work with the Coalition for Literacy. She received a Community Impact Partner Recognition plaque. Ruth was honored by the Martinsville, Ind., Fall Foliage Festival Board for longtime commitment and dedication to the people of Martinsville and Morgan County (Ind.), naming her grand marshal of the 49th annual festival parade. The parade was Oct. 12, 2008. Ruth is a retired school teacher and continues to be an active community volunteer. Harold A. Wittcoff celebrated his 90th birthday, July 3, 2008. He is dean of Nexant’s corps of chemical experts and continues to be active presenting his world-famous course on the chemical industry to professionals from chemical companies in the United States and Britain. He spent 35 years as vice president of chemical research for General Mills Chemicals, retiring in the 1970s and moving to Israel. In 2001 he returned to the United States to work for Nexant. He is the originator of more than

1940

In August 2008, Clyde H. Vadner, who is 79 years old, completed a journey he began in his youth. He wanted to see every county in the United States, all 3,098. He completed his mission in Dutch Harbor in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. His three daughters were there to meet him and help him celebrate his success. Clyde lives in Chester County in Devon, Pa. He retired as vice president and general manager of Philadelphia’s Coca-Cola bottling plant. Clyde said, “I’m not saying this is the most beautiful country there is. I’m just saying this is a gorgeous country, and I’m privileged to live here. And I decided to see it all.”

1949

Virginia Kibbler Lullo, Beverly Grant Patterson Frier ’52 and Bette Doolittle Culver ’52 are three Alpha Gamma Delta sorority sisters who have managed to keep in touch through the years. They and their husbands meet nearly every year in Naples, Fla. (See photo, below.)

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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 461350037. Phone: 765-658-4627; fax 765-658-4625; e-mail larryligget@depauw.edu. – Editor was John Gouwens, son of Joyce Moore Gouwens and Robert V. Gouwens ’51 (dec.). Beverly Grant Patterson Frier, Bette Doolittle Culver and Virginia Kibbler Lullo ’51 are three Alpha Gamma Delta sorority sisters who have managed to keep in touch through the years. They and their husbands meet almost every year in Naples, Fla. (See photo, below left.)

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Nancy Cox Fontaine and Leland A. Lahr were married in Culver, Ind. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included William C. Ashman and wife, Gloria; Richard C. Holland and wife, Barbara; Martha Dunlavy Mitchell; Jeffrey D. Fontaine ’78; and Gregory P. Fontaine ’83. Rev. Nancy Englehart Stimson ’68 officiated. The organist

1952

Last fall DePauw dedicated the James A. Hollensteiner Indoor Track thanks to the generosity of James A. Hollensteiner ’53, who was a leader on the track teams of 1949-53. Hollensteiner was joined at the dedication by his wife, Wanda (Beloit ’54), their family and numerous friends. (See photo, below.)

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Alpha Gamma Delta members who met in Naples, Fla., were: (front row, left to right) Virginia Kibbler Lullo ’51, Joseph W. Lullo ’51 and Bette Doolittle Culver ’52. Back row: Bill Frier, Beverly Grant Patterson Frier ’52, John P. Culver Jr. ’52.

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black life in the United States. Gretchen Kiger Cryer hosted a concert as part of Kaufman Center’s Broadway Close Up series at Merkin Concert Hall in New York City, Nov. 3, 2008.

Frank A. Morrow ’55, Mary Moorhouse Morrow ’57 and Charles E. Ballinger ’57 vacationing in Hawaii.

Ann Reece, the Dalai Lama of Tibet and Norval D. Reece ’56. 108 contributors to Our White House: Looking In, Looking Out, which tell stories of the White House and its residents. He was a presenter at the 11th Utah Humanities Book Festival, Oct. 22-25, 2008, in Salt Lake City, where he discussed Celebration of Real Books in an Age of Facebook. Norval D. Reece and his wife, Ann, were cosponsors of the Dalai Lama’s visit to Philadelphia in July 2008. Norval and Ann presented the Dalai Lama with a replica of Edward Hicks’ painting, The Peaceable Kingdom. The Dalai Lama presented Norval with a blue silk prayer scarf. (See photo, above.) Jinsie Scott Bingham donated an 1871 historic map of Greencastle, Putnam County, Ind., to DePauw’s Archives. Jinsie said, “This map, which has been in my family for many years, is a true treasure, and I’m delighted to donate it to my alma mater’s archives. It is a remarkable look at what was here 137 years ago, and it gives me great satisfaction to know that this fragile document will receive great care and will be available for future generations of students, alumni and local residents to view.”

Jonas A. Howard’s paintings were featured in Norvell Gallery at Waterworks Visual Arts Center in Salisbury, N.C., in a two-person exhibition, September-November 2008. Jonas has exhibited in 34 solo shows and more than 100 juried and invitational group exhibitions.

1954

Willis “Bing” Davis was honored at the National Conference of Artists meeting in Chicago, July 12, 2008, for years of service and leadership since he joined the organization in 1973. National Conference of Artists is the oldest organization of professional African-American artists in America. Bing was selected to participate in a special twoyear (2008-09) artist-teacher workshop in Ghana, West Africa, by African Community of Arts Educators.

1959

Frank A. and Mary (Moorhouse ’57) Morrow met fellow DePauwite Charles E. Ballinger ’57 and his wife, Venita, while vacationing in Waikiki in October 2007. They met again at Alumni Reunion Weekend 2008 and had a grand time reminiscing about their time in Hawaii. (See photo, above.) Norman E. Strasma, Samuel R. Henderson ’56 and Richard W. Peck ’56 met in Las Vegas, Aug. 2, 2008, at the Delta Chi National Convention. Richard received Delta Chi of the Year award at the convention. (See photo, below.)

1955

Samuel R. Henderson, Richard W. Peck and Norman E. Strasma ’55 met in Las Vegas, Aug. 2, 2008, at the Delta Chi National Convention. Richard received Delta Chi of the Year award at the convention. (See photo, below.) Richard W. Peck was praised in an article in the West Seattle Herald for his book, Here Lies the Librarian, which is helping to change the stereotype of librarians. Richard is a writer of young adult fiction and a Newbery Award winner. He is one of the

1956

Richard W. Peck ’56, Norman E. Strasma ’55 and Samuel R. Henderson ’56 at the Delta Chi National Convention, Aug. 2, 2008.

Charles E. Ballinger and his wife, Venita, met fellow DePauwites, Frank and Mary (Moorhouse) Morrow ’55, while vacationing in Waikiki, in October 2007. They met again at Alumni Reunion Weekend 2008 and had a grand time reminiscing about their time in Hawaii. (See photo, top left.) H. E. Barney Burroughs received the 2008 Exceptional Service Award from ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers) in June 2008, at the organization’s annual meeting in Salt Lake City. Barney is president and chief executive officer of his own corporation, Building Wellness Consultancy, Inc., in Alpharetta, Ga. Vernon E. Jordan Jr., along with other AfricanAmerican leaders, was featured in the film, The Black List: Volume One. The film was screened at the 14th annual Black Harvest International Festival of Film and Video, Aug. 5, 2008, in Chicago. The film debuted on HBO, Aug. 25, 2008. Those participating in the film shared their stories and insights about the struggles, triumphs and joys of

1957

Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary established a permanently endowed scholarship for students pursuing music ministry in organ as a tribute to Margaret McElwain Kemper. Margaret is a freMargaret McElwain quent recitalist and Kemper ’60 workshop presenter both in the United States and around the world. She played a significant role as mentor for seminary organ students. Margaret is an associate professor of music at Northwestern University and adjunct at The Music Institute of Chicago. She has been director of music and organist at Presbyterian Homes since 1994 and organist at Kenilworth Union Church since 2001. (See photo, above.)

1960

Mary Henley Rubio is author of The Gift of Wings, a biography of Lucy Maud Montgomery, who wrote Anne of Green Gables. Mary is a professor emerita in the School of English and Theatre Studies at University of Guelph. (See Recent Words, page 25.)

1961

Dr. G. Richard Geier Jr. retired as chairman of MMIC (medical professional liability insurance) Group, as a surgeon at Olmsted Medical Center and as president of Minnesota Medical Association. He completed a book on the history of the Olmsted Medical Center, which will be published in 2009. Dick lost his wife of 43 years, Karen, following a long illness from complications of a stem cell transplant.

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Thomas O. Magan is co-managing partner of the Evansville (Ind.) law firm Kahn, Dees, Donovan & Kahn. The firm is celebrating its 100th anniversary. Dorn W. Younger and Frank C. Jacobs ’66 reunited at the 40th reunion concert of the Men of Note in 2004. Subsequently, they visited each other regularly, and Dorn composed original music for youth choirs directed by Frank’s wife, Arlene Harlow Jacobs. Then Frank, Dorn, Arlene and Tim A. Grodrian ’67 performed the new music in cathedrals across Europe. Lewis F. Matuszewich ’63 (right) was recognized for his editorial work with The Globe.

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Harlow Jacobs. Then Frank, Dorn, Arlene and Tim A. Grodrian ’67 performed the new music in cathedrals across Europe.

Maurice L. McDermond Jr. retired as city law director of Huron, Ohio, following 37 years of service.

1967

Lewis F. Matuszewich was recognized for his work editing The Globe, the International and Immigration Law Section Council newsletter, at the Illinois State Bar Association awards luncheon, July 14, 2008. Lewis served as editor the past 10 years. He also received a certificate of appreciation for serving as chair of International and Immigration Law Section Council for the 2007-08 year. He is a partner in the law firm of Matuszewich, Kelly & McKeever, LLP. (See photo, above.) John B. Parks is chief financial officer for Indiana Family and Social Services Administration. William W. Shilts is executive director of the Institute of Natural Resource Sustainability at University of Illinois.

1963

Anna Tatár Martinez retired following 11 years as director of San Diego Public Library. She was profiled in the San Diego Union-Tribune in the July 6, 2008, issue. In the article, Anna said, “It’s [the library] at the heart of the urban environment … the main library is really the intellectual, cultural heart of the city.” Richard J. Wilson is a professor of law and founding director of International Human Rights Law Clinic at American University’s Washington College of Law.

1965

Frank C. Jacobs and Dorn W. Younger ’64 reunited at the 40th reunion concert of the Men of Note in 2004. Subsequently, they visited each other regularly, and Dorn composed original music for youth choirs directed by Frank’s wife, Arlene

1966

Members of the 1968 Kappa Kappa Gamma pledge class met in Boulder, Colo., for a mini-reunion, September 2008. (See photo, below left.) Thomas W. Walsh is a member of the board of directors of Legal & General America, which provides low cost innovative insurance products and financial solutions. Tom is senior adviser to the board of directors of Armed Forces Thomas W. Walsh ’68 Benefit Association, a nonprofit organization providing benefits and services to military families during peace and wartime. In November 2008, Tom joined the board of directors of NCB Capital Impact, a national nonprofit organization that empowers America’s under-served communities to progress. Tom’s e-mail address is pwtw@aol.com. (See photo, above.)

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Niki Lee Mott earned a master’s degree in English and rhetoric with highest honors from New Mexico State University. She is an educator of gifted high school students through Las Cruces

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Members of the 1968 Kappa Kappa Gamma pledge class meeting in Boulder, Colo., included Sara “Sally” Moulder Neave ’68 (Kenton-on-Sea, South Africa), Monica Reid Zontanos ’68 (Cave Creek, Ariz.), Ann Wilhoite Brilley ’68 (Wayzata, Minn.), Sondra Mutz Talley ’68 (Greenwood Village, Colo.), Suzannah R. Martin ’68 (St. Paul, Minn.), Donna Self Fisher ’68 (Boulder, Colo.) and Faye Arvidson Orton ’68 (San Francisco).

Niki Lee Mott ’69 (right) with her son, Cameron R. Mott ’00.

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(N.M) public schools and teaches English through Dona Ana Community College. Niki and her husband, Jim, live in Las Cruces. Niki’s e-mail address is mottfamily76@msn.com. (See photo, bottom previous page.) Richard S. Musser Jr. is a research professor at University of Kansas. Richard was Clyde Reed Teaching Professor at Kansas University School of Journalism and Mass Communications for 32 years. Prior to teaching, he was a journalist.

Thomas E. Lister was appointed by the governor of Wisconsin to serve on the Jackson County Circuit Court. Sue Anne Starnes Gilroy was among those honored at WFYI Public Broadcasting’s 2008 Speaking of Women’s Health conference on Sept. 12, 2008. Sue Anne is vice president of development and executive director of St. Vincent Foundation in Indianapolis.

1970

Edward E. Lehman ’82, Luis R. Davila ’81, Deborah White Davila ’82 and Deborah M. Davila ’05 got together at the Bird’s Nest during the Olympics in Beijing, China. M. Van Lefferdink is chief executive officer of MVL Group Inc., based in Jupiter, Fla. MVL includes full-service marketing research companies and online research and data collection companies. J. Russell Mason is chief of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources’ wildlife division. Darlene Montgomery Ryan is a member of the advisory board of North Texas Angel Network, a branch of a larger statewide network of nonprofit angel groups. Darlene is executive director of TECH Fort Worth. She is a DePauw trustee.

Beatrice Williams Kemp is vice president and general counsel for the legal department of San Diego Convention Center Corporation.

1971

Drs. J. Scott and Kathy (Scott) Deasy are both obstetrics and gynecology physicians practicing in Flagstaff, Ariz. They are spending a year in Afghanistan training doctors to properly attend to critical health needs of women in that nation. They have been training physicians in Afghanistan since the spring of 2003, and between them they have made 11 trips to the country. Deborah Johnson Darnell and her husband, Bill, are retired and live at 13028 N. Burro Bush Loop, Marana, AZ 85658.

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Robert D. Franks received the Freedom House Distinguished Citizen Award, Oct. 29, 2008, in recognition of his career in public service. Freedom House is a statewide nonprofit New Jersey organization that provides long-term residential treatment for adult men recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. Frank is president of HealthCare Institute of New Jersey. He is a member of DePauw’s Board of Visitors.

1973

Michael A. Terry is interim president and chief executive officer of IndyGo, the public transportation service of Indianapolis.

1974

Barbara Kingsolver was a speaker at The Land Institute’s 30th annual Prairie Festival, Sept. 26-28, 2008. The theme of the festival was restoration and conservation. Cynthia Michels Kraemer earned the status of certified diabetes educator. Cindy is clinical coordinator for Diabetes Services at Cape Regional Medical Center in New Jersey. Mark A. Millis is superintendent of Nineveh Hensley Jackson United School Corporation in Indiana. Mark and his wife, Karin, live in Bargersville, Ind. They have two children: Andrew, 24, and Stephanie, 21.

1977

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The Frank R. Portolese Trio performed at DePauw, Oct. 13, 2008. Frank is a faculty member at Elmhurst College, has a private studio and divides his work between mainstream jazz, a free jazz ensemble and solo plectrum jazz guitar. He is author of Fundamentals for Jazz Musicians, a theory textbook. The day following his performance at DePauw, he gave two master classes. One class focused on improvisation and the second class on guitar.

1975

Dr. Mark R. Kelley is Betty and Earl Herr Professor of Pediatric Oncology Research at Indiana University School of Medicine.

1979

Timothy G. Collins is author of Correct Your English Errors, which highlights errors learners of English make and explains the reasons behind the errors. This is Tim’s 20th book. (See Recent Words, page 23.)

1980

Carlabeth Elster Mathias retired as counselor from Hoosier Road Elementary School in Fishers, Ind. She is owner of Mathias Counseling and Consulting, which offers classes ranging from dealing with divorce to making friends. She is also a consultant for Bully Safe Schools, LearningRx in Carmel, Ind., as well as for ther school districts.

1976

Roger K. Bechtel is associate professor and chair of the theater and dance department at Bowdoin College near Brunswick, Me. Cheryl A. Costa and David Halm were married May 5, 2007, in Peoria, Ill. They live at 3023 Twin Lakes Drive, Springfield, IL 62707. Cheryl

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teaches a two-year behavioral management program to teenagers with dual diagnosed disorders at Hope Institute. Martha Weber Victor is director of education and professional development for International Interior Design Association in Chicago. Martha’s e-mail address is marthavictor@sbcglobal.net. University Baptist Medical Center in Winston Salem, N.C. She received Park Tudor Indianapolis School’s 2008 Distinguished Alumni Award, which recognizes Park Tudor alumni for their contributions to their field, community and school. She is chair of the American Academy of Neurology/ Movement Disorder Society’s Spasticity/Dystonia Advisory Board. Kevin James is a musician and composer living in New York City. His new musical work, Counting in Quieleute, A Meditation for Cello, Percussion and Mixed Ensemble, was presented on Sept. 21, 2008, for an audience that included DePauw alumni. The concert celebrated Kevin’s selection to the Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission Creative Artist Residency for 2009. On Sept. 24, 2008, Kevin performed at the premiere screening of Jocasta at the Anthology Film Archives. The film was directed by composer Elise Schaaf Kermani ’83. (See photo, below.) Elise Schaaf Kermani premiered her 52-minute experimental performance film, Jocasta on September 24, 2008, at the Anthology Film Archives in New York City. The film is based on Euripides’ The Phoenician Women. The digitally filmed piece was a collaborative effort made with visual artists, musicians, actors, dancers and fellow filmmakers in upstate New York in 2006. Kevin James, musician and composer, was a performer in her film. M. Anne Torpats Weatherly is in private practice as a Christian psychologist at Eastland Psychological Services in Bloomington, Ill. She lives in Bloomington with her husband, Richard, and daughter, Ellyse, 14. Anne’s e-mail address is anneweatherly@hotmail.com. college and one a junior in high school. Doug is director and senior vice president of distributed systems in the IT group supporting Putnam Investments in Boston. Doug would enjoy hearing from classmates. His e-mail address is dnew9999@yahoo.com. David A. Reidy was awarded the 2009 Berger Prize in law and philosophy by the American Philosophical Association for an essay he co-wrote, The Structural Variety of Historical Injustices. David is the only person who has won the prize twice. He won in 2005 for an essay on hate crimes laws. He is Lindsay Young Professor of Philosophy at University of Tennessee and is affiliated with the Center for Applied Ethics. Carrie L. Torres is a teacher at Geist Montessori Academy in McCordsville, Ind. She teaches middle school language arts and social studies. Her e-mail address is torrescarrie@yahoo.com.

Ann P. Corley is in the cast of The Lucky Ones, which opened in movie theatres in September 2008. Ann has appeared in several films including 21 Grams, Seabiscuit, Monster and The Bridges of Madison County as well as guest roles in television series. David C. Fehling received Houston Sierra Club’s 2002 Environmental Reporting Award. Dave is a reporter for Houston CBS affiliate KHOU-TV. Dave is involved in community work and serves as a tutor for students enrolled in literacy and GED courses, and he records books for Taping for the Blind. Joseph P. O’Leary is chief operating officer of Sierra Systems Group Inc., a leading information technology and management consulting services company. Dennis G. Owen is vice president of marketing for Americas for Cathay Pacific Airways in the North America regional office in San Francisco. He and his wife, Stephanie, and their seven-year-old daughter live in the Bay Area. Dennis does volunteer work with orphanages in China, Cambodia and Vietnam. His e-mail address is dennis_owen@ cathaypacific.com.

1982

Scott W. Rasmussen is president of Rasmussen Reports, an electronic publishing firm specializing in collection, publication and distribution of public opinion polling information.

1986

Dr. Allison Brashear is professor and chair of the neurology department at Wake Forest

1983

Douglas R. New and his wife, Wendy Jo, live in Winchester, Mass. They have two children, one in

1984

DePauw alumni attending the Kevin James ’83 concert in New York included Rachel K. Routh ’08, Douglas D. Fellegy ’05, Elise Schaaf Kermani ’83, Kevin James ’83, Chris Boeke ’78 and Robert E. Mitchell Jr. ’82.

Christopher R. Adams and Maria Vivian Franco were married Oct. 15, 2007. Christopher is a high school science teacher. Maria is a special education teacher. They live at 111 Sunset Drive, Gallup, NM 87301. Christopher’s e-mail address is cadams1@gmcs.k12.nm.us. Jonathan C. Dill is chief financial officer and partner of Ampac Packaging. The Business Courier of Cincinnati noted that he was one of the judges for the 2008 Cincinnati-Area Chief Financial Officer of the Year award. Jon was the 2007 award winner. Diana C. Hossack received a master’s degree in business administration from Arizona State University’s W. P. Carey School of Business, where she participated in the Executive M.B.A. degree program and traveled to Buenos Aires as Diana C. Hossack ’87 part of the International Studies component. Diana served as an arts administrator for numerous opera companies. While at Arizona State University, she led OPERA America’s 2007 Leadership Advance, coaching arts administrators and working with Arizona Opera on human resource initiatives and also worked with National MultiCultural Institute on developing a workshop, Diversity in the Arts, which

1987

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was presented at the National Performing Arts convention. Diana lives in Phoenix. Her e-mail address is dianahossack@yahoo.com. (See photo, previous page.) Elizabeth Nicely O’Toole and her husband, Kevin, announce the adoption of their daughter, Audrey Elizabeth Ru O’Toole, July 5, 2008, from China. Audrey is 3 and joins twin brothers, Ian and Paul, 10, and sister, Abby, 5, also adopted from China. The family lives in Ft. Collins, Colo. Beth retired from the Air Force Reserves following 21 years of service. She is a stay-at-home mom. She would enjoy hearing from classmates. Her e-mail address is ba.otoole@comcast.net. Donna Stretch Osuch is interim president and chief professional officer for United Way of West Central Connecticut. nomic development by leveraging information technology. James H. Grant and his wife, Nancy, announce the birth of their sons, Miles Eric and Aidan James Grant, Aug. 8, 2008. Jim is a district sales manager for QubicaAMF Worldwide. He and his family live at N173 W20131 Raymond Road, Jackson, WI 53037. Jim’s e-mail address is jgrant511@yahoo.com. Christopher J. Kosobud is marketing manager of Healthcare Segment Kimberly-Clark Professional, where he manages all aspects of product marketing to the healthcare industry. Glenn C. Miller is property manager and director of marketing for The Shoppes at Chino Hills in California. Glenn is winner of the 2007 MAXI Silver award, which recognizes excellence in shopping center marketing. Jotham “Zach” Monsma is executive director in the equity sales group of UBS investment bank, based in New York City. Thomas E. Prothero is chief operating officer for commercial banking at MB Financial Bank in the Chicago metropolitan area. Julie A. Ridenour and Michael Perea (San Diego State University) were married Sept. 1, 2007, in Sebastopol, Calif. They live in Ann Arbor, Mich. Julie would enjoy hearing from DePauw classmates. Her e-mail address is julie.ridenour@ gmail.com. (See photo, below.) Dennis A. Trinkle, along with five other DePauw alumni, was a finalist for the 5th annual Indy’s Best and Brightest awards. Dennis was nominated in the education and nonprofit category. He is executive director of Indiana Higher Education Telecommunications System and vice chairman of the board of directors of College Mentors for Kids. Ingrid Wilder Hayes is associate vice president for enrollment management at Spelman College in Atlanta. Jill Frederickson is senior coordinating producer at ESPN. She oversees ESPN’s motorsports event productions, including NASCAR, Indy 500 and IndyCar Series. She and her family live in West Hartford, Conn. Jill’s e-mail address is jill. frederickson@espn.com. James P. Hanlon was named one of Indy’s Best and Brightest in the fifth annual awards sponsored by Junior Achievement. J.P. was nominated in the law division category. He is a partner in the Indianapolis law firm of Baker & Daniels LLP. Anne Hunter Williams is a senior associate with the executive employment law practice group of Crone & Mason PLC. She focuses on labor and employment cases. Anne and her family live in Nashville, Tenn. Heather V. Lochner is completing a pediatric upper extremity fellowship at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital. She lives at 3225 Turtle Creek Blvd., #605, Dallas, TX 75206. Heather’s e-mail address is hlochner@msn.com. Jennifer Mills Trerotola and her husband, Mark, announce the birth of their daughter, Zoe Louise Trerotola, March 5, 2008. Zoe joins sister China, 9, at their home in Evanston, Ill. Jenny is a speech language pathologist. Jennifer’s e-mail address is jenmilslp@yahoo.com. Tess A. White formed the law firm of White and Champagne in Indianapolis.The firm focuses on wills and estate planning, family law and personal injury. Tess is a registered civil mediator in Indiana. Her email address is tess@whiteandchampagne.com.

1992

Katherine Hershberger Neuser and her husband, David, announce the birth of their daughter, Noel Marie Neuser, Feb. 23, 2008. Noel joins sister Kyra Jo, 9, and brother Kyle, 7, at their home in Cross Plains, Wis.

1988

Jodi Green Wingler starred in two recent productions at Myers Dinner Theatre in Hillsboro, Ind. She appeared as Ado Annie in Oklahoma in February 2008 and as Ensign Nellie Forbush in South Pacific in September 2008. In January 2009, Jodi will perform in La Fille du Regiment with The Steele Project in Indianapolis. She lives in Danville, Ind., with her husband and daughter. She is the children’s librarian at the Danville-Center Township Public Library. Her e-mail address is jodi@wingler.com.

1989

Christopher M. Hall is chief business officer of Berkeley HeartLab in Burlingame, Calif. Robert S. Johnson was master of ceremonies for an event held July 19, 2008, to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Special Olympics. Rob is evening news co-anchor for Chicago’s WBBM-TV. Peter A. Morse Jr., along with five other DePauw alumni, was a finalist for the 5th annual Indy’s Best and Brightest awards. Peter was nominated in the law division category. He is a partner and department administrator at Barnes & Thornburg law firm in Indianapolis. Lawrence A. Peterson is head coach of the women’s tennis program at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

1990

Douglas B. Adams is director of marketing for OneCommunity in Cleveland. OneCommunity is a nonprofit organization that encourages eco-

1991

Julie A. Ridenour ’91 and Michael Perea

Eric J. Pardell and his wife, Sarah Chevalley, live in Charlotte, N.C. Eric is executive-in-residence at Center for Future Banking in Boston, a collaborative effort among MIT’s Media Lab, Sloan School of Business and Bank of America to reinvent the business of consumer banking. Thomas M. Schamel is director of RMDP Creative Services in Richmond, Ind. He is one of the first certified developers and instructors for eTouchbook, a technology that allows printed materials to interact with computers. Thomas served as a consultant and advisory board member to Somatic Digital, the Cincinnati startup that developed the new technology. Jill L. Sedlacek earned a master’s degree in theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, May 10, 2008. Her e-mail address is jlsedlacek2@msn. com. (See photo, right.) Edwin J. Simcox Jr., along with Jill L. Sedlacek ’93

1993

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five other DePauw alumni, was a finalist in the 5th annual Indy’s Best and Brightest awards. Ed was nominated in the health and life sciences category. He is director of information services at Clarian Health Partners, Inc., in Indianapolis. tor and anchor for WTHI-TV in Terre Haute, Ind., was honored by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ Ohio Valley Chapter with an Emmy in August 2008 for her journalistic accomplishments. Susan won in the Feature News Re- Susan M. Dinkel ’95 port Series category for her work on the New Day, New Way series, which documented the 181st fighter wing saying goodbye to their F-16s and hello to their new high-tech mission. (See photo, above.) Angela Hicks Bowman, co-founder and chief marketing officer of Angie’s List, was a presenter on the Extreme Entrepreneurship Tour, which was held in Carmel, Ind., Aug. 4, 2008. The event was the first-ever national collegiate entrepreneur tour and attracted high school and college students as well as community leaders in the area. Deborah Kiehl Wahl and her husband, Martin, announce the birth of their daughter, Livia Frieda Wahl, March 21, 2008. Livia joins sister Hannah, 8, at their home in Newton, Mass. Deb is a registered nurse at Winchester Hospital in Winchester, Mass. Her e-mail address is dkwahl@verizon.net. John E. Neyer is founder and chief executive officer of Neyer Real Estate Management in Cincinnati. Sandra Wells Birch is a counselor at the health clinic at Burr and Burton Academy in Manchester, Vt. C. Matthew Davis and his wife, Joy, announce the birth of their daughter, Madalyn Marie Davis, July 2, 2008. Madalyn joins brothers Ethan, 4, and Wyatt, 2. Matt is chief operating officer for North Florida Regional Medical Center in Gainesville, Fla. His e-mail address is christopher.davis@ hcahealthcare.com. Lucy Ferguson Pett is a member of the law firm of Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC in the Lexington, Ky., office. She concentrates her practice in the area of civil litigation. Katherine Swanson Naber and her husband, Kurt, announce the birth of their son, Benjamin Michael Naber, Aug. 9, 2008. They live in Kiowa, Colo. Kathy is a K-12 art teacher at the Kiowa school district. Kurt teaches math at the middle school in Elizabeth, Colo.

Ramona Benkert Wicht and her husband, Matthew, announce the adoption of their daughter, Leila Madeline Wicht, July 5, 2008. Leila joins sister Liliana Camille, 4, at their home in Hattiesburg, Miss. Ramona would enjoy hearing from DePauw classmates. Her e-mail address is earthangelmona@aol.com. Sarah Hammond Michaelson and her husband, Ron, announce the birth of their twins Jack Nelson and Elizabeth Warne Michaelson, March 26, 2008. Jack and Elizabeth join sister, Abby, 3, at their home in Chicago. Sarah is taking a family leave from teaching at University of Chicago Laboratory Schools. Her e-mail address is sarah. michaelson@sbcglobal.net. Cindy Koelsch Trenerry and her husband, Mike, announce the birth of their daughter, Ella Rose Trenerry, April 5, 2008. They live in Granger, Ind. Cindy is a sales officer for 1st Source Bank, covering the southwest and western United States. Her e-mail address is cbtrenerry05@yahoo.com. Cynthia Pollock Blaising and her husband, Stephen, announce the birth of their daughter, Ave Blaising, Sept. 14, 2008. The family lives in Forest Park, Ill. Steven S. and Shannon (Twiford) Hoar announce the birth of their son, Conner Evan Hoar, Jan. 17, 2008. Conner joins twin sisters Savannah Rose and Sophia Claire, 3. Steven is a partner in the law firm of Kahn, Dees, Donovan and Kahn, LLP, in Evansville, Ind. Shannon is a part-time teacher. Their e-mail address is shoar@evansville.net. Jennifer Wagner Sobocinski and her husband, Mark, announce the birth of their daughter, Fiona Clare Sobocinski, Nov. 27, 2007. Fiona joins brother Josh, 3, at their home in Ypsilanti, Mich. Jenn would enjoy hearing from DePauw classmates. Her e-mail address is moosic15@yahoo.com. Tricia A. Workman is an associate in the government solutions division of Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP in St. Louis. She was recognized as a Health Care Hero by the St. Louis Business Journal, for her work to legally protect organ donors.

1994

Toby Amir Fox and her husband, Dan, announce the birth of their twin daughters, Hannah Eve and Abigail “Abbie” Eden Fox, Aug. 14, 2008. Hannah and Abbie join brother Noah, 4, at their home in Phoenix. Toby’s e-mail address is tobyfox@cox.net. Sara E. Shade is recipient of the Young Professional Award from the Muncie, Ind., chapter of Women in Business Unlimited. The award recognizes Sara as a leader and role model for young women both personally and professionally. She is an attorney and partner with Beasley & Gilkison in Muncie, Ind. Johnathon B. Stigall was inducted into Talswanda (Oxford, Ohio) High School Athletic Hall of Fame, Oct. 9, 2008. He is a scout for the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles. Prescott M. Wright joined the business analyst team of Zoot Enterprises in Bozeman, Mont.

1998

Sigrid M. Garavito and her husband, Victor Elliott, announce the birth of their son, Eros Adrian Elliott, Oct. 1, 2008. The family lives in Chicago. Sigrid is an account supervisor for INMarketing. Victor is a Web/Multi Media freelance creative director. Sigrid continues to travel the world as a hobby. Victor volunteers his Division I football experience to local Chicago school teams. Sigrid’s e-mail address is trichica@msn.com.

1996

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Timothy D. Brieger led the St. Edward (Ill.) GreenWave girls soccer team to the state finals and a fifth-place finish at the end of the 2008 spring season. St. Edward’s GreenWave girls team was the first soccer team – boys or girls – to play in the state competition from the Elgin, Ill., area. Tim was named the Elgin Courier News Coach of the Year for Spring 2008. He and his wife, Kelle, and their sons, Chase, 6, and Tyler, 4, live at 2436 Meadowsedge Lane, Carpentersville, IL 60110. Tim’s e-mail address is tkbrgr@comcast.net. Susan M. Dinkel, assistant news direc-

1995

Christopher S. Alcott is chief information officer for Landshire, Inc., in Belleville, Ill. Landshire is a food-service company, making pre-wrapped sandwiches for grocery and convenience stores. Chris oversees all technical equipment and systems for the company. Members of the 1997-98 Delta Gamma sorority met in Oklahoma for a mini-reunion, May 2008. Those attending included Jennifer Winchester Parrett ’98, Tamara Heetland Campise, Jennifer Cunningham Martin and Allison Morrow Delp. They also celebrated the birth of Allison’s daughter with a surprise shower.

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Daniel C. Ehlman ’99, Michelle Lee and Benjamin C. Everson ’99. A. Grant Hale ’99 and Amy B. Baker ’04 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Mary “Maggie” A. Koehler ’04, Margaret “Maggie” R. James ’04, Meredith Hass Werne ’04, Blake C. Allen ’99, James LaBarbara III ’99, Aaron T. Bell ’02, Sarah E. Brinlee ’04, Meghan E. Freeman ’04, Allison K. Rechter ’04, Macy Nyhart Hansen ’04, Betsy Baker Laskey ’83, Kelly Heublein Clark ’99, Edward “Ned” M. Tarbox ’99, Stephen C. Presser ’99, John C. Laskey ’10, Geoffrey A. Palmer ’99, Julia A. Crouch ’04, Andrew J. Gustin ’04, Aaron C. Hansen ’01, Thomas P. Laskey Jr. ’83, Blair H. Clark ’99, D. Joseph Fink Jr. ’01, Joshua W. Burch ’99, Richard E. Bevis ’01, Jonathan R. Secrest ’99, Matthew W. DeMoss ’04, Ryan M. Blackwell ’09, Eric W. Dahman ’10, Adam M. Werne ’04, Gregory P. Dahman ’08, and Eric G. Baker ’86. Attending but not pictured were Mary J. Zeiger ’04, JoAnn Givens Baker ’51, Brevoort “Jack” Baker II ’51, Joan Barnes Nicholson ’51, Verna M. Meyer ’51, Wayne M. Lashua ’99, Elizabeth A. English ’99, Kathryn F. Hubbard ’74, Jessica Sprunger Bell ’02, Katherine “Kelly” Sparenberg Baker ’84, Dirk E. Baker ’84, Beverly Baker Baker ’59, James K. Baker ’53, Jeffery B. Baker ’77, Barbara Burton Hoover ’49, Herbert W. Hoover ’51, Nancy Scism Marble ’48, Elizabeth J. Newman ’74, Amy Jones Weinheimer ’80, Jacqueline K. Pence ’08, Jessie A. Searles ’10, Joseph G. Baker ’08, Jennifer L. Pasko ’06 and Anne Korb Shane ’71.

Erin J. Hartzler ’99 and James Rodman wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Danielle Hurt Hartman ’97, Thomas J. Venutolo ’99, Jennifer Bachert Venutolo ’99, Whitney E. Tinley ’01, David J. Gilliland ’97 and Elizabeth Schindel Gilliland ’97.

Emily Bealke Parenteau and her husband, Ryan, announce the birth of their daughter, Claire Kiley Parenteau, July 22, 2008. Emily’s e-mail address is emilyroots@yahoo.com. Michael J. Campbell is head football coach at Jimtown High School in Elkhart, Ind. Benjamin C. Everson and Michelle Lee (University of Missouri) were married June 14, 2008, in Longmont, Colo. Daniel C. Ehlman attended the wedding. Ben and Michelle live at 1603 Emery St., Longmont, CO 80501. (See photo, above.) A. Grant Hale and Amy B. Baker ’04 were married June 14, 2008, in Columbus, Ind. Grant was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania from 2000-02. He worked for DePauw Annual Fund from 2003-04. In 2006 he received a master’s degree in globalization studies from Dartmouth College. He recently served a year on a Provincial Reconstruction Team in southeastern Afghanistan as a representative of the United States Agency for International Development. Amy was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Kingdom of Swaziland from 2005-07. She received a master’s degree in biology from Purdue University, spring 2008, and plans to attend medical school. (See photo, top left.) Erin J. Hartzler and James Rodman (Goshen College) were married March 8, 2008, in Indianapolis. Erin is pursuing a pharmacy degree at Butler University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. (See photo, left.) Heather N. Leichty is a music teacher at New Palestine (Ind.) Elementary School. Ryan C. and Anna (Eidson) Palmer announce the birth of their daughter, Caroline Whitefield Palmer, March 26, 2008. They live in Erie, Pa., where Ryan is an ear, nose and throat resident. Tracy Turner Wolford and her husband, Bob, announce the birth of their son, Michael Robert Wolford, June 16, 2008. Michael joins brother Drew, 2. Tracy’s e-mail address is tturnerwolford@ gmail.com. David N. Yoshida won the gold medal in his division at the World Tae Kwon Do Hanmadang, July 16-20, 2008, in Anaheim, Calif. David’s

1999

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instructor is Brandon Sieg, a part-time assistant professor of kinesiology at DePauw. Both David and Brandon are teachers at Gentry Martial Arts in Greencastle, Ind.

Holly S. Hulse ’00 and Tom Fischer wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Elisa M. Barety ’00, Maria R. Dahman ’00, John R. Witt ’00, David K. Johnson ’00, Carlene L. Freeman ’00, Amy L. Androff ’01 and Rachael A. Himsel ’98.

Meegan B. Guest ’01 and Chris Hirsch wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Melinda K. Marglous ’01, Katherine Acree Karshner ’01 (bridesmaid), Jonathan R. Herbster ’01, Greggory R. Simril ’01, Erin Hogan Simril ’01, C. Seth Dunlap ’01, Margo Murray Ten Eyck ’01 (bridesmaid), Nicholas R. Ten Eyck ’01, Megan C. Elliott ’02, David T. Cobb ’01 and Chad M. Schulz ’01.

Brian T. and Sara (Warren) Hicks announce the birth of their son, Owen Michael Hicks, April 24, 2008. They live in Chicago. Brian is director for project finance at Wind Capital Group, an independent wind energy developer currently developing wind farm projects in eight states across the central United States. Sara is a stay-at-home mom. Brian’s e-mail address is brian_t_hicks@hotmail.com. Sara’s e-mail address is warrensara@aol.com. Holly S. Hulse and Tom Fischer were married Dec. 27, 2007, in Las Vegas and celebrated with family and friends, July 19, 2008, in Indianapolis. Holly earned a master’s degree in education at the University of Edinburgh. She is a senior Scottish programmes officer for Arcadia University Center for Education Abroad. Tom lectures in actuarial mathematics and statistics at Heriot-Watt University. They live in Edinburgh, Scotland. Holly’s e-mail address is hhulse@yahoo.com. (See photo, top left.) Cody Jerden Reyes and her husband, Tony, announce the birth of their daughter, Madelyn Elizabeth Reyes, July 15, 2008. The family lives in Chicago. Cody’s e-mail address is cody.e.reyes@gmail.com. Caroline A. Kennedy and Benjamin G. Stevenson (Indiana University) were married Oct. 6, 2007, in Amelia Island, Fla. They live in Indianapolis. Caroline earned a law degree from Indiana University School of Law in Indianapolis in 2003. Benjamin earned a law degree from Indiana University School of Law in Bloomington in 2003. Caroline’s e-mail address is carolineakennedy@aol. com. (See photo, below.) Cameron R. Mott earned a master’s degree in computer science from New Mexico State University. He and his wife, Rebecca, live in Moline, Ill. Cameron is employed by John Deere & Company. (See photo, page 130.)

2000

Brian D. Goad ’02 and Molly Flynn wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Loren D. Daily ’51, Gloria Lindquist Daily ’52, Lydia J. Butler ’03, Katherine Starkey Franson ’03, Julia Demske Woodard ’02, Justin C. Woodard ’02, Charles W. Anness ’04, Paul K. Koenigsdorf ’02 (co-best man), David K. Johnson ’00, Michael A. McIlraith ’03, Gabriel F. Hatfield ’97, Kelle Kirlin McClain ’95, David J. McClain ’97, Nathaniel J. Kopchick ’02, Jonathan “Jack” T. Stahlmann ’02, E. Eugene Rhea ’02 (usher), Ben E. Hancock III ’03, Scott C. Franson ’02 (usher), Jacob R. Bosley ’01, Aaron D. Grant ’02 (co-best man) and Denton C. Jacobs ’02 (groomsman).

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Alexandra N. Perdew is national sales manager and ambassador for Salvi Harps (North and South America). Alexandra’s Web site is www.salviharpsinc.com. Her e-mail address is alexandra@ salviharpsinc.com. Benjamin D. Shane and his wife, Kristin, announce the birth of their son, Dylan Benjamin Shane, May 19, 2008. Ben and Kristin both graduated from Kelley School of Business at Indiana University in 2005. They live in Minneapolis, and both work for Target Corporation. Ben’s e-mail address is ben_shane@hotmail.com.

Lora C. Alvey and her husband, Tracy Perry, announce the birth of their son, Nathaniel James Perry, May 13, 2008. Lora is an obstetrics-gynecology resident at St. Vincent Hospitals in Indianapolis. Her e-mail address is loraalvey@hotmail.com. Kara A. Bernsee was awarded the Albert & Virginia Calsyn Scholarship in Gerontology at University of Missouri-St. Louis, where she is pursuing a master’s degree in science. Kara is director of marketing for the Brentmoor Retirement Community in St. Louis. Jessica B. Chandler is assistant athletic director for NCAA compliance at Arkansas Tech University in Russellville, Ark., as well as head golf coach. Mychelle L. Coon graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C., in August 2008. Eileen Emison Booth is program manager for downtown development and events for Indiana’s Lafayette-West Lafayette Development Corporation. The Lafayette Journal & Courier noted that she oversees retail technical assistance, downtown development, Lafayette Farmers’ Market and other downtown events. Meegan B. Guest and Chris Hirsch were married, Aug. 2, 2008, in Granville, Ohio. They live in Toronto. Meegan is senior marketing manager for Canadian Cancer Society. Chris is an associate creative director for the advertising agency John St. (See photo, center previous page.) Ryan E. Slabaugh works with Sierra Nevada Media Group, which publishes newspapers in Nevada and California. Brian D. Webb is head girls’ cross country coach as well as assistant girls’ track coach at Glenbard South High School in Glen Ellyn, Ill.

2001

Denton C. Jacobs ’02 and Melissa Daniel wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Brian D. Goad ’02 (best man), Justin C. Woodard ’02 (groomsman), Nathaniel J. Kopchick ’02 (groomsman), Steven R. Jacobs ’71, Matthew B. Rager ’96, Katherine Starkey Franson ’03, Gregory T. Cook ’02, Derek E. Metz ’02, Kimberly E. Sall ’02, Julia Demske Woodard ’02, Aaron D. Grant ’02, Scott C. Franson ’02, F. Eugene Rhea ’02, Matthew P. Dinn ’02, Joseph F. Vosicky Jr. ’71 and David K. Johnson ’00.

Shalon L. Schutt ’04 and Christopher A. Kegg ’02 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Albert L. Lilly III ’86, Melissa Ellis Eltz ’06, Julia L. Johnston ’04, Noel Schneider Sudano ’05, Laura Spelde Leverton ’05, David A. Barbick ’02, James M. Sudano ’05 and Luke M. Fletcher ’02.

Miranda Cissell Schriner and her husband, Matthew, announce the birth of their daughter, Natalie Jean Schriner, July 8, 2008. Miranda was a music teacher for six years, but now is a stay-at-home mom. The family lives in Newburgh, Ind. Miranda’s e-mail address is m.schriner@yahoo.com. Brian D. Goad and Molly Flynn (University of Dayton) were married April 12, 2008, in Lima, Ohio. They live in Chicago. Brian is an editor for a video production company. Molly is managing editor for Active Trader magazine. (See photo, bottom previous page.)

2002

Jessica L. Olson ’02 and Nathan M. Moch ’03 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Katy Quirk Teats ’05, Torrey J. Teats ’03 (groomsman), Anna Smith Dickerson ’02 (bridesmaid), Keith B. Stanford ’95, Andrew E. Molnar Jr. ’04, Nathan E. Hand ’03 (groomsman), Holly Richards Polites ’01 (bridesmaid), Bret M. Schoff ’03, Martha E. Talyor ’03, Andrew P. McGovern ’03, Erin M. Toth ’03 and Nicholas J. Horvath ’01.

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married Aug. 16, 2008, in Seattle. Nate is a program manager at a real estate website, www.zillow.com, and is pursuing an M.B.A. degree at the University of Washington. Jessica is pursuing a master’s degree in social work at University of Washington. Nate’s e-mail address is nate@zillow.com. Jessica’s e-mail address is Jessica.moch@hotmail.com. (See photo, bottom previous page.) Sarah Murray Bourg earned a master’s degree in library science from IUPUI, May 11, 2008. She is the young adult librarian at the Lebanon (Ind.) Public Library. Daniel M. Reck is assistant director of Greek life, leadership and development as well as assistant director of the school’s marching band at Monmouth College in Monmouth, Ill. Emily West Henry is a realtor with Century 21 Scheetz in Carmel, Ind. Emily would enjoy hearing from DePauw classmates. Her e-mail address is ehenry@c21scheetz.com. David J. Ziemba is manager of government relations for American Iron and Steel Institute. He was honored by Ronald McDonald House of Indiana for community service. David created a pop tab collection recycling program in 1998 that helps McDonald House provide family programs.

David W. Emison ’03 and Ashley J. Patton ’05 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included David L. Emison ’73 (father of the groom), Marc D. Pfleging ’03, Anthony M. Williams ’05, Scott C. Southard ’04, Matthew R. Kapfhammer ’05, Bryan D. Cuculich ’05, Michael P. Triplett ’06, John W. Fries III ’03, Brent A. Marini ’04, John D. Christophersen ’03, Christopher M. Olson ’04, Elizabeth Lacey Bowles ’04, Jay B. Bowles ’03, Elizabeth Emison Cochrane ’00, Kathy Holmes Emison ’72, James W. Emison ’71, Karyn Emison Uptain ’98, Christopher K. Kessler ’03, Andrew R. Bagley ’04, Kenneth M. Cochran ’03, Laura Roller Chen ’05, Kristin L. Rosenberger ’05, Jane S. Davis ’05, Lindsay E. Tato ’05, Aaron E. Booth ’01, Christin E. Serenbetz ’05, Michelle L. Rhodes ’05, Anne Emison Harmon ’54, Schuyler J. Baab ’73, Jennifer L. McDermott ’03, Ashley E. Hedges ’03, Emily Schull Carmichael ’05, Eileen Emison Booth ’01, Jennifer Miller Triplett ’05, Elizabeth Miller Ernst ’05, and James H. Whitley ’03. Attending but not pictured were E. Rabb Emison ’47, Kyle E. Johnson ’05, Susan R. Emison ’75, Lucy A. Emison ’72, Margot Beardsley Clark ’05, Taylor D. Clark ’05, Barbara Evans Emison ’46, John C. Emison ’44, Eileen Sullivan Emison ’47 and James H. Emison ’47. Tiffany A. Hodge is a research assistant and doctoral candidate at Emory University. She received a Fulbright United States Student scholarship and is conducting research in Islamic studies in Bangladesh during the 2008-09 academic year. Mary K. Huse, along with five other DePauw alumni, was a finalist in the 5th annual Indy’s Best and Brightest awards. Mary was nominated in the technology category. She is director of service operations at ExactTarget in Indianapolis. Denton C. Jacobs and Melissa Daniel (Loyola University) were married May 17, 2008, in Chicago. Denton is a senior consultant at West Monroe Partners. Melissa is a project manager at LexisNexis InterAction. They live in Chicago. Their e-mail address is us@daniel-jacobs.com. (See photo, top previous page.) Christopher A. Kegg and Shalon L. Schutt ’04 were married Dec. 29, 2007, in Indianapolis. They live in Indianapolis. Chris is a software developer for Fuji-film. Shalon is assistant director of admission and events coordinator at DePauw. (See photo, center previous page.) Jason M. Lee is an associate in the business and commercial transactions practice group of Lewis Wagner LLP in Indianapolis. He focuses on business, commercial and construction law and medical malpractice. Jessica L. Olson and Nathan M. Moch ’03 were married Aug. 16, 2008, in Seattle. Jessica is pursuing a master’s degree in social work at University of Washington. Nate is a program manager at a real estate Web site, www.zillow.com, and is pursuing a M.B.A. degree at University of Washington. Jessica’s e-mail address is Jessica.moch@hotmail. com. Nate’s e-mail address is nate@zillow.com. (See photo, bottom previous page.)

David W. Emison and Ashley J. Patton ’05 were married May 31, 2008, in Baltimore. Dave’s e-mail address is dwemison@gmail.com. Ashley’s e-mail address is ashley.emison@gmail.com. (See photo, above.) Darren E. Hughes is a member of the board of directors of the Mary Allison Trust Fund. The fund is dedicated to assisting children of Putnam County (Ind.) low-income families. Darren is a national sales administrator for Dixie Chopper in Greencastle, Ind. Nathan M. Moch and Jessica L. Olson ’02 were

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Amy B. Baker and A. Grant Hale ’99 were married June 14, 2008, in Columbus, Ind. Amy was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Kingdom of Swaziland from 2005-07. She received a master’s degree in biology from Purdue University, spring 2008, and plans to attend medical school. Grant was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania from 2000-02. He worked for DePauw Annual Fund from 2003-04. In 2006 he received a master’s degree in globalization studies from Dartmouth College. He recently served a year on a Provincial Reconstruction Team in southeastern

2004

Katherine A. Gehring ’04 and Blake L. Erdel ’04 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Allison K. Rechter ’04, Amy S. Martin ’04, Kelly I. Fitz ’04, Mary Hancock Starkey ’04, Emily C. Hakeman ’04, Corinne E. Scott ’04 (bridesmaid), Joshua E. Corbitt ’03, Stefanie Stevenson Corbitt ’02, Andrew J. Gustin ’04 (groomsman), Michael W. Constable ’03 (groomsman), Jocelyn B. Keller ’04, Sarah B. Bennett ’04, Ashley Boling Molyneaux ’04, Kevin M. Dale ’04, Matthew T. Campbell ’03, Shaneka A. Terrell ’05, Brent E. Pedersen ’04, James D. Gehring ’07 (groomsman), Matthew R. Myers ’03, Reid C. Vegeler ’02, J. Blake Thomas ’04, Josiah L. Northern ’04, Tyson C.N. Becker ’04, Wesley J. Molyneaux ’04, Kady Clevenger Becker ’04, David J. Hafley ’05, Sarah E. Young ’05 and David J. Edmonds ’04.

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Afghanistan as a representative of the United States Agency for International Development. (See photo, page 135.) Darren E. Eblovi completed a two-year program with the Peace Corps in El Salvador, May 2008. He is a student at University of Colorado School of Medicine. His e-mail address is deblovi@yahoo.com. Julie Gardner Barnes and her husband, Patrick, announce the birth of their daughter, Kate Barnes, May 28, 2008. Julie’s e-mail address is barnes. julie@gmail.com. Katherine A. Gehring and Blake L. Erdel were married May 31, 2008, in Cincinnati. Kate’s e-mail address is kate.erdel@gmail.com.(See photo, bottom previous page.) Emily C. Hakeman is head women’s soccer coach at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. Brent R. Hornett is co-director of development for Purdue President’s Council, which includes more than 16,000 Purdue alumni and friends. Amanda Link Krenson and her husband, Jason, announce the birth of their daughter, Caitlin Meadow Krenson, July 23, 2008. The family lives in Valparaiso, Ind. Amanda is a student at Valparaiso University School of Law and writes for the Law Review. Jason works in design at The Grossbauer Group. Amanda’s e-mail address is amandakrenson@gmail.com. Kassey J. McQuinn and Nick Stewart were married July 28, 2007, in Tipton, Ind. (See photo, top left.) Jessica D. Schneider won the Yes! Golf One Grand Putting Challenge, Aug. 20, 2008, in Elgin, Ill. She is a member of Duramed FUTURES Tour. Shalon L. Schutt and Christopher A. Kegg ’02 were married Dec. 29, 2007, in Indianapolis. They live in Indianapolis. Shalon is assistant director of admission and events coordinator at DePauw. Chris is a software developer for Fuji-film. (See photo, page 137.) Heather A. Wildrick, along with five other DePauw alumni, was a finalist in the 5th annual Indy’s Best and Brightest awards. Heather was nominated in the education and nonprofit category. She is family support and community coordinator for Goodwill Industries of Central Indiana’s day reporting program.

Kassey J. McQuinn ’04 and Nick Stewart wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Jeffrey M. McQuinn ’07 (best man), Kiley J. McQuinn ’02 (matron of honor), Mallory J. McQuinn ’11 (maid of honor), Kady Clevenger Becker ’04 (bridesmaid), Tyson C. N. Becker ’04, Natalie L. Dressel ’06, Katherine Wright McDaniel ’05, Lauren J. Bohlander ’04, Kelly J. Patterson ’04 (bridesmaid), Georgianne M. Siepka ’04 (house party), Amanda L. Baker ’04, Anna K. Boyd ’08, Bethany Harper Woelfert ’06, Melissa A. Greives ’01, Gayle L. Byers ’59, Patrick J. Mitchell ’06, Aaron L. Drake ’04, Wesley T. Thornhill ’04, Christopher V. Rhodes ’04, Amy MacDoniels Rhodes ’04 and Lauren M. Peoples ’04. Also attending but not pictured were E. Neal Ogle ’86, Alison A. Colvin ’09, Katherine McCrea Shaul ’04, Michelle M. Canak ’05, Jane Schaadt Johnson ’04, Corey R. Johnson ’04 and Nita R. Shaw ’04.

Stephanie L. Bewley ’05 and Daniel J. Kress ’05 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Lindsay H. Burtis ’06, Sarah E. Ostrowski ’07, Renee M. Giometti ’07, Andrea K. Thompson ’06, Andrea M. Johnson ’06 (bridesmaid), Lauren M. McLean ’06, Molly E. Monroe ’05, Ashley G. Piper ’07, Beth E. Bishop ’05, Casey L. Brackney ’04, Abigail A. Huffer ’04, Mark R. Alson ’05, Joshua A. Lorenz ’05 (groomsman), Thomas J. Pruzin ’05, Ryan M. Sipe ’05, Jesse V. Dame ’04 (groomsman), Gina M. Mancuso ’05, David M. Trogden ’04, Bryan D. Cuculich ’05, Christopher B. Consolo ’05, Jonathan R. Taylor ’04, Matthew J. Ogle ’05 and Anthony M. Williams ’05.

Megan M. Luecke ’05 and Shane M. Boots wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Anthony M. Smart ’84, Kathryn Guttman Smart ’86, Anne Boyd Norris ’82, Jenny L. Dill ’02, Michelle L. Edvenson ’07 (bridesmaid), Carolyn R. Thatcher ’07 (bridesmaid), Matthew P. Galasso ’06, Lauren E. Li ’07, Jennifer R. Townsend ’07, Hillary J. Enyart ’05, Ian B. Roosma ’05, Claire Luecke Elliott ’78, Bruce W. Luecke ’82 (father of the bride) and Cathy Chesnut Luecke ’83 (mother of the bride). Attending but not pictured was Nicole Kniskern Jeffries ’05.

Stephanie L. Bewley and Daniel J. Kress were married June 14, 2008, in Greensburg, Ind. Stephanie’s e-mail address is slkress@gmail.com. (See photo, center left.) Danielle C. Courier and Mark A. Prosser were married Aug. 4, 2007, in Indianapolis. They live in Alexandria, Va. (See photo, top next page.) Kristen A. Hindman ’05 and Duff James (Clemson University) were married May 31, 2008, in Columbia, S.C. Kristi coordinates the Palmetto Fellows Scholarship Program at the South Carolina Commission on Higher Education. Duff is an associate minister at First Presbyterian Church in Columbia. Kristi’s e-mail address is kristi.james4@ gmail.com. (See photo, right.)

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Kayla S. Lanham earned a master’s degree in arts administration from Indiana University. She is a coordinator of exhibitions at Indianapolis Museum of Art. Her e-mail address is klanham@ imamuseum.org. Amanda J. Levy and Peter E. Ohs won a regional Emmy Award at the 44th Annual Ohio Valley Regional Emmy Awards in August 2008, in the Advanced Media: Public/Current/Community Affairs category for their political parody music video, American Rhapsody. Joshua A. Lorenz is regional sales director of the South Central area for Flight Options, a provider of private air travel services. Megan M. Luecke and Shane M. Boots were married May 31, 2008, in Indianapolis. Megan is district executive for Boy Scouts of America in Muncie, Ind. Shane is a machinist with O & R Precision in Geneva, Ind. They live at 304 E. Cherry St., Bluffton, IN 46714. Megan’s e-mail address is mboots@crossroadsbsa.org. (See photo, bottom previous page.) Ashley J. Patton and David W. Emison ’03 were married May 31, 2008, in Baltimore. Ashley’s e-mail address is ashley.emison@gmail.com. Dave’s e-mail address is dwemison@gmail.com. (See photo, page 138.) Maegan E. Rooke and Trent C. Waltz were married July 7, 2007, in Lexington, Ky. Maegan’s e-mail address is maegan.waltz@fayette.kyschools. us. (See photo, center right.) Brad M. Ward is executive director of Huntingburg (Ind.) Foundation, which supports a variety of community programs. Jennifer L. Williams and Antony D. Rhine ’06 were married June 21, 2008, in Cloverdale, Ind. (See photo, bottom right.)

Danielle C. Courier ’05 and Mark A. Prosser ’05 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included N. Evan Shook ’05, John A. Wallace ’04, Stacy L. Wells ’06, Jennifer L. Borowski ’05, M. Ann Speidel ’05, Jill C. Mecklenborg ’05, Caroline E. Caples ’05, Natalie Shaffer Govert ’05, N. Annie Garrigus ’05, Ashley Boling Molyneaux ’04, Kyle T. Clemens ’05, Kristen Thrine Clemens ’05, Jennifer A. Fedchak ’06, Emily K. Johnson ’06, Bryce A. Skeeters ’04, Jonathan D. Salisbury ’05, Bret M. Govert ’05, Jaclyn Freeman Moore ’05, Michelle M. Canak ’05, Kiel A. Bowen ’05, Erin E. Dodd ’06, John R. Laughlin ’05, Erik C. Janesky ’07, Thomas J. Powers ’04, Wesley J. Molyneaux ’04, Emily C. Hakeman ’04, Troy L. Wyss ’05, Patrick J. Mitchell ’06, Jeremiah E. Palmer ’05, Chad A. Call ’06, Paul J. Blasdel ’71, R. Page Cotton ’05, Marc D. Pfleging ’03, S. Page Cotton Jr. ’71, Kyle E. Stefankiewicz ’05, Narda Greising Cotton ’72, Lynn A. Courier ’79, Anthony M. Williams ’05, Kenneth M. Cochran ’03, Bryan D. Cuculich ’05, Andrew E. Breeden ’05, Christopher M. Olson ’04 and Mark R. Alson ’05.

Maegan E. Rooke ’05 and Trent C. Waltz ’05 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Vicki L. Waltz ’85 (mother of the groom), Douglas S. Waltz ’80 (father of the groom), Regina J. Mantovani ’05 (bridesmaid), Emily R. Knarr ’05 (bridesmaid), Clayton T. Ludlow ’05 (groomsman), Thomas J. Pruzin’05 (groomsman), Kyle P. McGrath ’05 (groomsman), Joseph R. Hanger ’05 (groomsman), Amy N. Argetsinger ’05, Amy E. Allen ’05, Andrea K. Speller ’06, Andrew D. Gagle ’05, Ashley E. Sewell ’06, Brian K. Lawless ’10, Bryan D. Cuculich ’05, Christopher B. Consolo ’05, Claire L. Hinsch ’05, Danielle M. Dravet ’07, Stephen E. Strup ’84, Emily C. Schull ’05, Jane S. Davis ’05, D. Joseph Fink Jr. ’01, Jordan A. Dillon ’05, Karl G. Odenwald III ’05, Kathleen R. Barry ’05, Kevin J. Schultz ’05, Laura C. Brinlee ’10, Laura Roller Chen ’05, Lauren I. Brummett ’06, Lindsay E. Tato ’05, Lya M. Kostroski ’05, Margot Voges Vishion ’05, Matthew M. Ferrell ’05, Matthew J. Kapfhammer ’05, Matthew J. Kleymeyer ’04, Nicole R. Pence ’06, Reed P. Carmichael ’05, Robin E. Ebert ’05, Ross B. Fleck ’05, Ryan M. Sipe ’05, Sarah E. Brinlee ’04, Seth D. Rainford ’06, Sheila M. Madden ’05, Tara Bevington Fleck ’03, Todd J. Capes ’06, Anthony M. Williams ’05 and William S. Selma ’05.

Kristen A. Hindman ’05 and Duff James wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Jennifer L. Stevens ’03, Sara “Beth” Stoner ’05 (bridesmaid), Michelle A. Hahn ’02, Marie Crump Bowers ’04 (bridesmaid), Elizabeth E. Kindig ’07, Emily F. Byers ’06, Jaclyn Freeman Moore ’05 (bridesmaid) and Meghan E. Rowland ’07.

Jennifer L. Williams ’05 and Antony D. Rhine ’06 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Kevin J. McAteer ’06, Carli C. Worthman ’07, Wesley M. Anderson ’06, Patrick Y. Matheny ’06, Jonathan C. Coffin ’06, Ian C. Runyon ’04, William M. James ’06 (groomsman), Michael S. Stanek ’06, Margaret A. McCullough ’06, Elizabeth A. Farrelly ’07, Union M. Williams ’04 (usher), Elizabeth H. Brack ’07, Jesse W. Williams ’07 (usher), Robert A. Blau ’06, John A. Michels ’06, Matthew T. Cahill ’05, Heidi Goecker Cahill ’05 (bridesmaid), Jessica L. Kinnan ’05 (bridesmaid), Lisa Klaiber Beckwith ’05, Lauren B. Mandelbaum ’06, Rebekah L. Gebhard ’06, Patrick P. Ferrini ’06, Isaac Colon ’06, Ryan E. Nesbitt ’06, Jacob P. Wham ’06 (groomsman), Aaron C. Key ’06 (groomsman), Jill M. Koehlinger ’05 (bridesmaid), Alexandra G. Gray ’05 (maid of honor), Richard C. O’Donnell Jr. ’06, Adam G. D’Alton ’06 and Katherine H. DeWert ’07. Attending but not pictured were Lauren K. Conlon ’05, Andrew B. Rosner ’05, Jennifer L. Borowski ’05 and Brian G. Millis ’06.

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Brittany N. Barber earned a master’s degree in counseling from Marquette University, Aug. 21, 2008. She is pursuing a doctoral degree in counseling psychology from Marquette University. Her e-mail address is brittany.barber@ marquette.edu. Maisha K. Cadet-Duval is a physical education teacher at New York City’s P.S. 57. Her fourth-grade class participates in Mighty Miles, a program taking aim at childhood obesity. Maisha’s comments on the program were quoted in an article by the Associated Press in August 2008. Jenna L. Campbell and Justin W. Kruse were married Aug. 4, 2007. (See photo, right.) David I. McMillin, singer and songwriter, was the 2008 Reader’s Choice Award winner for best folk, country or Americana act in the Chicago Reader. His latest compact disc is titled Heartsteady. Laura M. Page and Brett A. Bohlander were married Nov. 24, 2007, in Wayzata, Minn. (See photo, below right.) Antony D. Rhine and Jennifer L. Williams ’05 were married June 21, 2008, in Cloverdale, Ind. (See photo, bottom previous page.) Rebecca L. Thompson was quoted in an article in The New York Times in August 2008, titled “Newcomers Adjust, Eventually, to New York.” Rebecca says she has adjusted to the fast-paced lifestyle of New York City, a change she realized on a recent visit to her home state of Oklahoma. Christopher J. Weller is events and distribution manager for Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine. His article, Keeper of the Mountain, was the cover story in the July 2008 issue. The article discusses mountaintop removal mining.

2006

Jenna L. Campbell ’06 and Justin W. Kruse ’06 wedding party. DePauw alumni and friends attending the wedding included Janice L. Campbell ’74, Jon R. Rogers ’03, Brian D. Bales ’04, Cassie Brogan Pugh ’06, Joel C. Elliott ’06, Graham L. Shepherd ’06, Ann Boyer Meyer ’06, Jason O. Link ’06, Aileen C. Campbell ’06, Allison Ket Clem ’06, Jessica Milano Limberry ’06, Kathryn A. Ertel ’06, Lauren B. Mandelbaum ’06, Lauren C. Hawley ’06, Jeana K. Monrad ’06, Christopher J. Weller ’06, Sara Sonderman Weis ’06 and Mary P. Dixon (Q.G. Noblitt Professor of Economics and Management at DePauw).

Danetha N. Doe is a cheerleader for the Indianapolis Colts.

2008

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Laura M. Page ’06 and Brett A. Bohlander ’06 wedding party. DePauw alumni attending the wedding included Lauren J. Bohlander ’04 (bridesmaid), Lowell M. Huffman ’06 (best man), Michael P. Triplett ’06 (groomsman), Wesley T. Thornhill ’04 (groomsman), Gregory D. DeBeer ’06 (usher), Eric T. Mattingly ’06 (usher), Alexander B. Penning ’06 (usher), Andrew W. Watterson ’06 (usher) and Bryan D. Cuculich ’05 (reader). Attending but not pictured were Jennifer Miller Triplett ’05, Allison A. Baccich ’07, Christian L. Cullen ’06, Natalie L. Dressel ’06, Drucilla B. Hoskins ’05, Robin E. Ebert ’05, Kelly A. Wilson ’05, Kathleen R. Barry ’05, Lee A. Brant ’06, Allison Moll Frounfelter ’06, Adam L. Frounfelter ’06, Ashley E. Pierce ’06, Cory W. Heck ’07, Mark A. Gonzales ’06, Zachary C. Harris ’06, Scott T. Sadowski ’06, Ryan M. Sipe ’05, Anthony M. Williams ’05, David J. Wildt ’06, Kathryn R. Knight ’07, Aaron L. Drake ’04, J. Ryan Taylor ’04, Annabelle R. Butler ’06, Mark R. Alson ’05, Martha Weddell Nicholson ’84, Kevin J. McAteer ’06 and Adrian L. Norris ’06.

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Obituaries
Thomas E. Holland ’32, Sept. 30, 2008, of Silver City, N. M., at the age of 97. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He was a retired Air Force colonel, a single-term state representative and former publisher of the weekly Silver City Enterprise newspaper. Loren B. Pope ’33, Sept. 23, 2008, of Falls Church, Va., at the age of 98, of congestive heart failure. He was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He was an education editor at The New York Times and an administrator at Oakland University in Michigan. In 1965 he started College Placement Bureau counseling business. He was author of education guide books, including Looking Beyond the Ivy League and Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools You Should Know About Even if You’re Not a Straight-A Student. He was preceded in death by his wife and brother, Seth A. Pope ’35. His survivors include a sister, Sarah Pope Overman ’39. Phil C. Coulter ’35, Aug. 4, 2008, of Savannah, Ga., at the age of 95. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He was employed at IBM in sales and marketing for 25 years and later as an advertising consultant to Union Carbide and Radio Corporation of America. Later, he was country director for International Executive Service Corps. In 1998 he became director of the Chamber of Commerce in Darien, Conn. He was preceded in death by his wife. His survivors include daughters, Jane Coulter Bassett ’64 and Belisa Coulter Hogan ’71. Robert W. Lumby ’35, Aug. 14, 2008, of Towson, Md., at the age of 94. He was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He was employed in management in the comptroller’s division of Western Electric Company for 43 years. He was preceded in death by a sister, Irene Lumby Welker ’39. Anna Berry Hirshberg ’36, March 30, 2008, in Philadelphia, at the age of 93. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband. Fred M. Stephenson ’38, Aug. 30, 2008, of Evanston, Ill., at the age of 91. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He was employed in sales and marketing with IBM from 1945 until his retirement in 1976. His survivors include his wife. John M. Centa ’39, June 23, 2008, of Hayden, Idaho, at the age of 90. He was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. 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. He was an expert in research and market development of graphic arts printing systems and worked for DuPont until retirement in 1978. He was preceded in death by his first and second wife. C. Theodore Hatten ’39, Aug. 17, 2008, in Eastsound, Wash., at the age of 90. He was an attorney for more than 50 years. His survivors include his wife. Edward L. Farrell ’40, Aug. 5, 2008, of Falls Church, Va., at the age of 89, of pneumonia. He was a Rector Scholar. He was a Veterans Administration personnel director for nearly 30 years. His survivors include his wife. Mildred Hawkins Graft ’40, June 13, 2008, of Fort Wayne, Ind., at the age of 89. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was a homemaker as well as bookkeeper for her husband at O.C. Graft & Sons. She was preceded in death by her husband. Paul R. Klohr ’40, June 3, 2008, of Columbus, Ohio, at the age of 90. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He was an emeritus professor at Ohio State University. He was preceded in death by his wife. Dorothy Kuentzel Leon ’40, Sept. 4, 2008, of Saint Johns, Mich., at the age of 89. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Phi sorority. She was a registered dietitian for Pontiac General Hospital in Pontiac, Mich. She was preceded in death by her husband. Dan C. McNeill ’40, May 1, 2007, of Seven Lakes, N.C., at the age of 89. He was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He retired as vice president of Citibank in New York City. His survivors include his wife. Louise Thompson Young ’40, Aug. 30, 2008, in Lorain, Ohio, at the age of 90. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She taught English at Clearview High School in Lorain for three years. Later, she spent 22 years teaching at Vermillion Middle School. She was preceded in death by her husband. Ford M. Cullis ’41, Aug. 14, 2008, in Bryan, Ohio, at the age of 89. He was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He was publisher of Bryan Times for nearly 59 years. His survivors include his wife; sister, Carol Cullis Hoffman ’44; and grandson, Jay F. Cullis ’03. William W. Getts ’41, Aug. 20, 2008, in Abilene, Texas, at the age of 88. He was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. He retired as chemical engineer from Caterpillar Tractor Company in East Peoria, Ill., after 35 years of service. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Hepperly Getts ’41. John “Jack” L. Ketcham ’41, Sept. 14, 2008, in Vancouver, Wash., at the age of 89. He was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. He was a special agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, retiring in 1973. He was preceded in death by his wife. Margaret Lancaster Dean ’41, Aug. 25, 2008, in Grand Rapids, Mich., at the age of 88. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She was a homemaker. In 1983 she became executive director of Senior Neighbors until her retirement. Her survivors include her husband. William H. McCormick ’41, June 22, 2008, in Clearwater, Fla., at the age of 88. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He retired as advertising and public relations director for Rock Island Refining Corporation in Indianapolis in 1976. He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Beem McCormick ’41. John C. Mundt Jr. ’41, June 8, 2008, of Sioux Falls, S.D., at the age of 88. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. For 20 years, he represented the interests of Lone Star Cement Corporation in the United States and foreign countries. In 1969 he was appointed deputy chief negotiator and given the rank of ambassador by President Nixon to accomplish negotiations of the Panama Canal treaty. In the 1970s, he became president of the Washington State Community College System and, later, president of Amarillo College in Texas. He was preceded in death by his first wife. His survivors include his second wife. Philip H. Reynolds ’41, June 14, 2008, in Chambersburg, Pa., at the age of 88. He was a member of Men’s Hall Association. He retired as a purchasing agent from Eastman Kodak Company, after 32 years of service. His survivors include his wife, Leta Newman Reynolds ’40. Marjorie Wilkinson Zaring ’41, Aug. 4, 2008, in Sarasota, Fla., at the age of 89. She was a member of Alpha Phi sorority. She was a teacher and librarian at Cambridge (Ohio) High School. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert W. Zaring ’38. Her survivors include two daughters, Martha Zaring Carter ’66 and Barbara E. Zaring ’69. Harry R. Bresnahan Jr. ’42, April 30, 2008, in Fort Smith, Ark., at the age of 88. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He was a retired economic and planning manager for Shell Oil Company. He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Van Ness Bresnahan ’42, and brother, James G. Bresnahan ’44. His survivors include two daughters, Lynn Bresnahan Cooper ’67 and Susan Bresnahan Vanderby ’72. William H. Lynch ’42, Sept. 20, 2008, of Jacksonville, Fla., at the age of 88. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. In 1967 he became president of Dixon Powdermaker Company in Jacksonville, Fla., and controller of Dixie Lime & Stone Company in Ocala, Fla. In 1992 he was administrator for San Jose Baptist Church. He later, retired as office practice manager for Walter R. Gilbert, Jr., M.D., in Jacksonville, Fla. His survivors include his wife. Samuel T. Otwell ’42, April 3, 2008, in Poway, Calif., at the age of 88. He was a member of Men’s Hall Association. He was employed in sales during his business career. He was preceded in death by a brother, John H. Otwell ’37. His survivors include his wife. Richard J. Wilkinson ’42, June 29, 2008, of Hilton Head Island, S.C., at the age of 87. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He was retired from sales. He was preceded in death by his wife; father, Glen A. Wilkinson Class of 1905; and mother, Anna Osborn Wilkinson Class of 1905. Katheryn Boston Bartlett ’43, Sept. 9, 2008, of Scottsdale, Ariz., at the age of 87. She was a

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member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was an annual member of The Washington C. DePauw Society. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, J. Randolph Bartlett ’43. Her survivors include a son, James R. Bartlett ’66; daughter-in-law, Susan Bartelsmeyer Bartlett ’66; brother, Charles W. Boston ’49; and two nieces, Tamara Boston Anderson ’77 and Martha Boston Majetic ’87. Dorothy Hooper Hindenach ’43, Aug. 7, 2008, of Redding, Conn., at the age of 87. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her first husband. Her survivors include her husband and sister, Shirley Hooper Greene ’48. Bettie Hunter Blind ’43, July 19, 2008, of Jacksonville, Fla. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She was a homemaker. Her survivors include her husband. Donald M. Rehm ’43, May 31, 2008, of Corona del Mar, Calif., at the age of 86. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He was a retired editor and public relations representative and director of various associations and trade journals. He was preceded in death by his wife. Dr. Gregor Sido Jr. ’43, June 26, 2008, in Toledo, Ohio, at the age of 86. He was a member of Men’s Hall Association. He was a Rector Scholar. He was a family physician in private practice in Toledo from 1950 until retirement in 1989. His survivors include his wife, Elizabeth Rice Sido ’43. Jo Bundy Haniford ’44, Sept. 20, 2008, of Rensselaer, Ind., at the age of 86. From 1945-49, she was director of music for radio station WBAA at Purdue University. Later, she was a teacher of elementary music in Anderson, Ind., and from 1968-75 she was employed by North Newton School Corporation. She was president of Haniford Farms, Inc. She was preceded in death by her husband. Dr. Willis L. Dixon ’44, July 1, 2008, of Grand Rapids, Mich., at the age of 85. He was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He was former medical director at Clark Retirement Community in Grand Rapids for 45 years and also operated a private practice until his retirement in 1992. His survivors include his wife. Virginia Moomaw Jackson ’44, July 1, 2008, in Burlington, Mass., at the age of 85. She was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. She was a social worker and later homemaker and community volunteer. Her survivors include her husband. Marilynn Parrett Hansen ’44, Sept. 26, 2008, in Sarasota, Fla., at the age of 85. She was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband; daughter, Roberta P. Hansen ’71; and sister, Lucille Parrett Guild ’26. F. Marott Sinex ’44, Jan. 1, 2004, of Quincy, Mass., at the age of 80. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He was a professor of biochemistry at Boston University School of Medicine. He was preceded in death by his mother, Helen Marott Sinex Watson ’17, and his wife. His survivors include a sister, Jane Sinex Watson Rohm ’53. Marian Walker LeGros ’44, Aug. 9, 2008, of Stamford, Conn., at the age of 85. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She was a homemaker. She worked for Stamford Board of Education placing substitute teachers in Stamford elementary schools for more than 20 years. She was preceded in death by her husband, and sister, Jean Walker Wheat ’47. Donald B. Wischmeier ’44, Jan. 17, 2008, in De Soto, Mo., at the age of 85. He was a member of Men’s Hall Association. He was former owner of Hopson Lumber Company in De Soto. He was preceded in death by his first wife. His survivors include his second wife. Wayne S. Hieber ’44, Feb. 3, 2008, of Jonesboro, Ark., at the age of 85. He was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. He was a purchasing and transportation director at Darling Store Fixtures in Paragould, Ark., for 20 years. He was preceded in death by his wife, Marjorie Van Tassell Hieber ’45. Margaret E. DePrez ’45, March 3, 2008, of Plymouth, Ind., at the age of 84. She was employed with Eli Lilly and Company in Indianapolis; with the personnel office of H.P. Wasson & Company, in Indianapolis; and General Electric in Shelbyville, Ind., and was a social worker for Marshall County (Ind.) Welfare Department. She owned and operated Margaret’s Art Needlework. Leland H. Buckley Jr. ’46, Aug. 25, 2008, of East Moline, Ill., at the age of 86. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He was a purchasing agent for American Air Filter for 32 years, retiring in 1985. His survivors include his wife. Jack W. Graham ’46, Sept. 21, 2008, in Carbondale, Ill., at the age of 83. He was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He served as an instructor in mathematics at DePauw, where he was also business manager for the DePauw Choir from 1947-49. He began his career at Southern Illinois University in 1951 and served in a variety of positions until 1994, including professor of higher education and associate dean of the graduate school. He wrote a number of books and book chapters as well as journal articles. He was preceded in death by his father, Ralph W. Graham ’21; and mother, Christine Vickery Graham ’24. His survivors include his wife and son, Mark B. Graham ’78. Barbara Day Hunter ’47, March 2, 2008, of Fort Myers, Fla., at the age of 81. She was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She was a homemaker. Her survivors include her husband, Thomas W. Hunter ’47; two daughters, Judith Hunter Koerner ’72 and Elizabeth Hunter Schippers ’80; sister, Suzanne Day Pontius ’50; and brother-in-law, Thomas M. Pontius ’50. Virginia Graves Zeldin ’47, Sept. 1, 2008, in Tinton Falls, N.J., at the age of 82. She was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. She was a homemaker, community volunteer and social worker. In the 1960s, she became a naturalist with the Monmouth County (N.J.) Park System. She was preceded in death by her brother, P. Martin Graves ’50. Her survivors include her husband. Virginia Plate Hinds ’47, July 26, 2008, in Fort Wayne, Ind., at the age of 82. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was a public school teacher and worked in the trust department at American National Bank in Noblesville, Ind. She was preceded in death by her first husband, P. Felix Cook Jr. ’48; and her second husband. Evelyn Shockey Sweet ’47, July 21, 2008, in Lima, Ohio, at the age of 83. She was a homemaker. She retired as print shop manager at Randall Bearings, Inc., after more than 21 years of service. She was preceded in death by her husband. Rev. Benjamin E. Antle ’48, March 14, 2008, in St. Petersburg, Fla., at the age of 83. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He was a past member of DePauw’s Board of Trustees. He was a United Methodist minister. He was preceded in death by his father, Edward Antle ’16. His survivors include his wife, Inez Mann Antle ’53; son, Mark B. Antle ’77; and daughter, Deborah Antle Peek ’82. Charles P. Beall ’48, Sept. 22, 2008, of Longmont, Colo., at the age of 84. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. He retired as professor emeritus from University of Denver in 1982. He was an author and journalist. His survivors include his wife. Virginia Mays Taylor ’48. May 30, 2007, of Portola Valley, Calif., at the age of 81. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband. Robert B. Beeson ’49, Aug. 1, 2008, in Goshen, Ind., at the age of 82. He was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. He was an attorney with Mehl, Mehl, Beeson & Leatherman law firm in Goshen. He was preceded in death by his wife, Harriet Wall Beeson ’48. Mary Carson Hensold ’49, May 11, 2008, of Danville, Ill., at the age of 80. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her mother, Pauline Clipson Carson ’25. Her survivors include her husband. Clarence A. D’Aigle ’49, Sept. 11, 2008, in Flint, Mich., at the age of 86. He was a member of Men’s Hall Association. He was a Rector Scholar. He was a certified public accountant with Dupuis and Ryden in Flint, Mich., retiring in 1986. His survivors include his wife. Mary Knapp Murch ’49, July 26, 2008, in Neptune, N.J., at the age of 81, from complications following a stroke. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, Paul W. Yinger ’36. Her survivors include her husband and sister, Harriett Knapp Yinger ’37. Ned D. Neff ’49, July 15, 2008, in Douglas Lake, Mich., at the age of 84. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He was a sales manager for Sunbeam Corporation for 35 years. Later, he was president of Ned Neff and Associates. His survivors include his wife, Mary Lewellen Neff ’50; daughter, Mary Neff Agnelneri ’72; and cousin, Joan L. Caldwell ’70. Carol Downie Regan ’50, Aug. 8, 2008, of Hingham, Mass., at the age of 80. She was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She was a homemaker. She was a real estate agent and appraiser for 27 years, retiring in 2000. She was preceded in death by her husband; brother, G. Robert Downie ’45; and sister, Martha E. Downie ’53.

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C. H. “Boots” Duesing ’50, July 6, 2008, in Bonita Springs, Fla., at the age of 81. He was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He was a fellow and lifetime member of The Washington C. DePauw Society. He was a manufacturer’s representative for Herff Jones Company. Later, he founded Graduate Service and sold class rings, caps and gowns and commencement announcements to Ohio Valley high schools for more than 35 years. His survivors include his wife, Doris Wells Duesing ’50, and daughter, Nancy Duesing Takaichi ’79. Dr. William E. Gamble ’50, Aug. 21, 2008, in Grand Junction, Colo., at the age of 80. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He was a Rector Scholar. He was an orthopedic surgeon and practiced with the Denver Orthopedic Clinic for 35 years. His survivors include his wife. Donald E. Julian ’50, July 17, 2008, in Evansville, Ind., at the age of 81. He was a member of Men’s Hall Association. He owned and operated Julian’s Rexall Drugs in Boonville, Ind. and later continued as a pharmacist with other stores, retiring in 2006. His survivors include his wife. James E. Smith Jr. ’50, July 18, 2008, of Camillus, N. Y., at the age of 80. He was a member of Delta Chi fraternity. He was a Rector Scholar. He was a professor at Syracuse University for 35 years and continued as a professor emeritus. His survivors include his wife, Betty Hanlin Smith ’52. Nancy Beard Stauber ’51, Aug. 18, 2008, of Oceanside, Calif., at the age of 78, from pneumonia. She was a member of Alpha Phi sorority. She taught fourth grade for more than 20 years. Her survivors include her husband. Virginia Stout Shew ’52, Aug. 18, 2008, in Ann Arbor, Mich., at the age of 79. She was a cataloger at Ann Arbor Public Library for 38 years. Shirley Mitchell Crider ’53, June 26, 2008, of Bradford Woods, Pa., at the age of 77. She was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She was a homemaker. She was preceded in death by her husband, James E. Crider ’52. Rae Schulze Anderson ’53, Dec. 29, 2007, of Pompano Beach, Fla., at the age of 76. She was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She was a homemaker. Her survivors include her husband and daughter, Laura Anderson Brightwell ’82. Barbara Stahoviak Gates ’53, April 1, 2008, of Crown Point, Ind., at the age of 76. She was a retired teacher from Peifer Elementary School in Schererville, Ind., with more than 30 years of service. Her survivors include a daughter, Lucinda Gates Hoos ’80. Samuel W. Hart ’54, July 12, 2008, of Sarasota, Fla., at the age of 76. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. He retired as vice president of engineering from Cummins Engine Company in Columbus, Ind., in 1988. He was preceded in death by a sister-in-law, Mary Gehres Hart ’51. His survivors include his wife; son, James W. Hart ’81; daughter-in-law, Susan East Hart ’82; brother, Russell H. Hart Jr. ’50; niece, Holiday Hart McKiernan ’80; and nephew, Robert R. Hart ’82. John K. Schoen ’54, Feb. 18, 2008, in Cape Coral, Fla., at the age of 78. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He was an active alumni adviser and DePauw House Corporation Board president. He was an insurance and real estate agent and president of Hoosier Associates, Inc., retiring in 1994. He was preceded in death by his mother, Lavalette Stout Schoen ’27. His survivors include his wife; son, James K. Schoen ’79; brother, Joseph J. Schoen Jr. ’50; sister, Beverly Schoen Whitaker ’60; and daughter-in-law, Kim Holbrook Schoen ’79. F. Anne Walker Johnson ’54, Aug. 3, 2008, of Kettering, Ohio, at the age of 76. She was a homemaker. She and her husband published several books of cemetery and church records for genealogical reference. She was preceded in death by her father, George M. Walker ’15. Her survivors include her husband. Jean Cole Busey ’55, July 15, 2008, in Lincoln, Calif., at the age of 74. She was a homemaker. Her survivors include her husband. Constance Whitney Rowles ’55, June 19, 2008, of Indio, Calif., at the age of 74. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was a homemaker. She retired as director of human resources from Lake City Health Department in Waukegan, Ill. She was preceded in death by her husband. Virginia Lindahl Bissell ’56, June 6, 2008, of Sanibel, Fla., at the age of 74. She was a member of Alpha Phi sorority. She was a homemaker and real estate agent, and later director of special projects for Sanibel and Captiva Chamber of Commerce in Florida. She was preceded in death by her husband. Ila Alexander Fisher ’57, July 18, 2008, of Wolcott, Vt., at the age of 73. She was a member of Delta Zeta sorority. She was a homemaker. She taught in public schools in Newton, Mass. Later, she was a United Methodist minister, serving as pastor of Wellington Park United Methodist Church in Chicago. Her survivors include her husband, Neal F. Fisher ’57. Ronald O. Rush ’57, Aug. 19, 2008, of Charlestown, Ind., at the age of 73. He was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. He retired as human resources and industrial relations manager from Tube Turns Technologies, Inc., in 1991. His survivors include his wife. Dr. Richard E. Leach ’59, May 15, 2008, of Lake Charles, La., at the age of 70. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. He was a physician and president of Digestive Disease Consultants in New Orleans. Dr. Patricia J. Middleton ’59, June 30, 2008, of Ambler, Pa., at the age of 71. She was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She was a physician and psychiatrist in private practice. Her survivors include her life partner; brother, William L. Middleton ’64; and sister-in-law, Judith Eckert Middleton ’64. Father Gordon P. Wagoner ’59, Sept. 2, 2008, of Noblesville, Ind., at the age of 71, after a long battle with cancer. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He was a Rector Scholar. He was a priest in the Diocese of Lafayette, Ind., and later at St. John’s College in Cleveland. William B. Kelley ’61, July 17, 2008, of Bonita Springs, Fla., at the age of 69, from pancreatic cancer. He was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. He was a certified public accountant and controller. He was preceded in death by his sister, Georgette K. Kelley ’67. His survivors include his wife, Sandra Deater Kelley ’62, and son, Matthew D. Kelley ’88. Charles L. Schmelter ’64, Sept. 16, 2008, in Crown Point, Ind., at the age of 65. He was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. He was retired president of Walker Telecommunications. Victoria Ware Bean ’68, Aug. 2, 2008, of Hilton, N.Y., at the age of 61, from lung cancer. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was an elementary school teacher. She was manager of claims and collections at Monroe County (N.Y.) Water Authority from 1973 until her death. Her survivors include her husband, Richard E. Bean ’66. Linda Kutschbach Gambaiani ’69, April 17, 2008, of Westerville, Ohio, at the age of 60. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was an editor for Charles E. Merrill Publishing and later was a publisher and editor for several magazines and journals. Her survivors include her husband, John V. Gambaiani ’69, and her son, Grant William Victor Gambaiani. (In the summer issue, it was erroneously reported that John Gambaiani preceded his wife in death. The magazine staff apologizes for the error.) Sally Milbourne Hughes ’74, Oct. 5, 2008, of Cincinnati, at the age of 56, after a long battle with multiple sclerosis. She was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She was a homemaker. Her survivors include her husband. Lenna Harrison Allman ’75, Aug. 1, 2008, of Indianapolis, at the age of 59. She was a homemaker, community volunteer and substitute teacher in Washington (Ind.) Township school system. Her survivors include her husband. Christine Smith Jany ’76, July 31, 2008, in Elgin, Ill., at the age of 54. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She was an entomologist and worked for the government and private industry. She was an accomplished dog trainer and dog breeder. Her survivors include her husband and sister, Annette L. Smith ’85. Patricia James McMahan ’78, Aug. 21, 2008, of Carmel, Ind., at the age of 52, from multiple myeloma. She was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. She worked for Healthcare International in Austin, Texas, and for Indiana National Bank in Indianapolis. Later, she was a vice president for marketing with VISA USA in San Francisco. Her survivors include her husband. Beth Chupp Browning ’80, Sept. 5, 2008, in Southport, Ind., at the age of 51. She was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She retired in 2003 from American General Finance in Indianapolis. Her survivors include her husband. Karol Sherrick Scanlon ’81, Aug. 15, 2008, of Thornton, Colo., at the age of 49. She was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She was a social worker for Denver County Department of Social Services and served as court liaison for 13 years. Her survivors include her husband, and sister, Laura J. Sherrick ’84. Aaron R. Moore ’01, Sept. 19, 2008, of Carmel, Ind., at the age of 29. He was a member of Beta Theta

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Pi fraternity. He was a photographer. His survivors include his wife, sarah smith Moore ’01; brother, adam J. moore ’97; father-in-law, michael l. smith ’70; and mother-in-law, susan leet smith ’71. Keith w. Charles, July 1, 2008, in new york City, at the age of 74, of lung cancer. He was a lifetime member of the washington C. DePauw society. He was an actor in Broadway and off-Broadway plays and also appeared in numerous television series and daytime soap operas. His survivors include his wife, nancy ford Charles ’57. floyd m. huber, aug. 15, 2008, in greencastle, ind., at the age of 70. He was a lifetime member of the washington C. DePauw society. He retired as a senior research scientist from eli Lilly and Company in 1993. His survivors include his wife and daughter, lysiane huber ’02. mary ann moore, sept. 20, 2008, of Dayton, Ohio, at the age of 88, after a lengthy illness. she was a lifetime member of the washington C. DePauw society. she was preceded in death by her husband, burt D. moore ’33. Her survivors include a stepson, Charles a. moore ’69. Cynthia “Cyndie” baker nall, nov. 8, 2008, in Louisville, Ky., at the age of 62. she was assistant director of alumni relations at DePauw from 1990-92. she was one of only 87 people who had survived cystic fibrosis to the age of 60 and one of the few who had survived the disease as a double-lung transplant patient. she retired from american Biosystems where she dedicated much of her life to helping others with cystic fibrosis. Her survivors include her husband. samuel w. tackitt, July 17, 2008, in Bloomington, ind., at the age of 99. He was a lifetime member of the washington C. DePauw society. He was an attorney and practiced in Bloomington, ind., since 1933. He was preceded in death by his wife, harriet martin tackitt ’31. June Douglas walters, June 24, 2008, of Fort Collins, Colo., at the age of 90. she was a housemother for alpha tau Omega fraternity at DePauw. edward g. Ypma, nov. 5, 2008, of greencastle, ind., at the age of 68 following a lengthy illness. a professor emeritus of psychology, he was a faculty member at DePauw for 38 years, from 1966 until his retirement in 2004. in addition to his teaching, he served as the residence director for DePauwrelated international programs in tokyo, athens and Freiburg, germany. Prior to joining DePauw, he was a personnel psychologist for abbott Laboratories and worked as both a graduate instructor and residence counselor at Purdue university. His survivors include his wife, ellie Ypma, who retired from DePauw as registrar and associate vice president for academic affairs in May 2008.

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In October, DePauw Theatre premiered a musical, Einstein and the Roosevelts, which was written by the award-winning Broadway team of Nancy Ford Charles ’57 and Gretchen Kiger Cryer ’57.The generous support of Jane Allison ’37 allowed sets, costuming and music values above and beyond DePauw Theatre’s normal capability.

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