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OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY I THE CARILLON 




elebrating the OU Difference 



Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer 
Foundation Award Winner 
Dr. Janice A. Galleshaw '75 





"As far as one can 


discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in 


the darkness of mere being. " 




Carl Jung, "Memories, Dreams, Reflections" 








President 


Design and Concept Development 


Oglethorpe University promises a classic 


Oglethorpe University 1 




Larry D. La.rge 


Walt Groover, Light Communications 


education in a contemporary city. Otir stu- 


Museum of Art 1 






Nicole Smith "96 


dents learn to make a life, make a living 


{404) 364-8555 1 




Vice President for 


Rebecca Whicicer 


and make a difference. Our graduates 


President (404) 364-8319 ■ 




Development and 




become commuuity leaders luho are distinc- 


Provost's Office (404) 364-8317 




Alumni Relations 


Photographers 


tive in their ability to think, communicate 


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Peter A. Rooney 


Tom Namey '02, Executive Producer & Editor 
of Digital Media 


and contribute. 


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Editors 


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On the cover: Commencement speaker Dr. 


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Christopher Ames 


LvCouR-NiESEN Visuals, Inc. 


Janice A. Galleshaw '75 receives her hon- 






Janet Maddox 




orary degree from Provost Christopher 


For up-to-date information about 




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Contributing Writers 


Ames at Oglethorpe's 2004 Commence- 


Oglethorpe University, visit 




Peter A. Rooney 


Mark DeLong '03 


ment Ceremony Dr. Galleshaw is a noted 


www. Oglethorpe, edu. 




Victoria Weiss 


Joe Kane 


Atlanta oncologist and one of this year's 






Rebecca Whicker 


Jim Owen 
Erica Rountree 


recepients of the Susan G. Komen Breast 
Cancer Foundation Award. 






Editorial Board 


Nicole Smith '96 








Mark DeLong '03 




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Five new members were inducted into the Athletic HaJl of Fame on Feb. 7, 2004. Congratulations to the inductees and Don Henry '83, 
who was honored for his many years of service to OU and the Hall of Fame Committee. From left to right: Katie Farrell '95. Tony 
Cooper '94, Petet Conrady '89, Roger Couch '61 and Eric Garvey '87. 
See the Athletics Section of this edition for more 
exciting sports news from OU. 




contents 



2 President's Message 



4 Notes from the Provost 



6 News & Events Highlights 



8 OU Have to Meet Them 
OU Faculty Presents... 
Keeping up with Jillian 
New Faces at OU 



lo Making a Difference 
Food for Life 

Summit Fosters Community Dialogue 
Big Adventure witti Big Heart 
OU Alumnus Lends Collection to Alma IVIater 



1 6 The Petrel Challenge (Quiz) 
Mapping the Campus 



17 Reading Room 



18 Athletics 

OU Hosts 2004 SCAC Spring Festival 
Outstanding Student-Athletes at OU 



22 Class Notes 

Class of 1 959 Reunites 

New Alumni Suite Honors O.K. Sheffield 



33 Honor Roll of Donors 

IBC Archives 

Campus Treasures Tell Stories of OU History 





presidents messag e 



Oglethorpe University promises a 
classic education in a contemporary 
city. Oglethorpe students learn to 
make a life, make a living and 
make a difference. Our graduates 
become community leaders who are 
distinctive in their ability to think, 
communicate and contribute. 

The brief paragraph above is The Oglethorpe 
Promise. It expresses the essence of the Oglethorpe 
experience. It was developed by a committee con- 
sisting of several alumni, staff and other trustees 
whose life's work is in marketing and public rela- 
tions. What does it mean to promise a classic edu- 
cation and why is it important to do so? 

Not long ago I was asked to write an essay about 
the value of general education for inclusion on the 
Web site of Colleges of Distinction, a companion site 
to a book of the same name. You may have heard of 
a book titled Colleges that Change Lives that for 
some 30 years has been an aid for students and 
their families seeking schools that offer an educa- 
tional experience that is worth the cost in time and 
money. Colleges of Distinction is an outgrowth and 
update of that earlier effort. Oglethorpe is proud to 
be one of the Colleges of Distinction. I want to share 
with you an excerpt from my essay. 

"Ofi:en students, their parents, and the public focus 
on the role that education plays in preparing the stu- 
dent to get a job. Life in the 21st century has already 
made apparent the fact that no job comes with a 
guarantee of life-long employment. Nor does any job 
provide all that individuals need to create meaning 
with their lives. To be an engaged, contributing citi- 
zen, one must be educated to meet the four goals for 
liberal education, as described by Yale University clas- 
sics professor Donald Kagan. Those four goals are: 



1. to experience the pure joy of learning for its 
own sake; 

2. to shape character, style and taste; 

3. to prepare for useful, contributing membership 
in society; 

4. and to be liberally educated in order to be free. 

"In liberal arts colleges, a curriculum of general 
education is crafted to meet these goals, to ensure 
that students are exposed to the best of human 
thought and conduct. Systematically studying the 
important thinkers, movements, and ideas through- 
out history develops students' abilities to under- 
stand their world and themselves. General educa- 
tion in the humanities, arts, sciences and social sci- 
ences broadens the context in which people think 
— from the immediacy of contemporary culture to 
the wealth of human history. More specifically, 
examining how different generations have wrestled 
with the problems attending how to live the good 
and decent life trains students to be ethical thinkers 
in the here and now. To survive and to flourish, our 
society must have a healthy contingent of citizens 
who have the character and freedom of thought 
that liberal education encourages. Those who are so 
educated understand that we must judge human 
conduct, both public and private, according to the 
highest ethical standards. 

"Higher education bears responsibility for nourish- 
ing this culture of ethical behavior both in individ- 
uals and through them in our businesses, in our 
professions, in our government, and in our commu- 
nities. Every citizen in a free society needs a stan- 
dard by which to live and to judge the behavior of 
others. To lead, one must learn to exercise authority 
within a strong framework of personal ethics. Too 
many of those who are supposed to lead merely 
respond to the demands of the populace. Ours is 
becoming a 'media democracy,' where leaders are 
moved more by the opinions reported in the media 
than by their personal, thoughtful standards of right 
conduct and sound decision. A culture that 
demands ethical behavior is our stalwart against the 
scandals that have rocked the business world and 
revealed the shallow roots of some who were 
thought to be leaders. 



"The colleges and universities whose general education curricu- 
lum causes students to develop their personal awareness of 
ethics — an awareness that is informed by the combined 
understanding of the experience of human history and con- 
temporary practices — are the ones that deserve to be called 
'distinctive.'" 

I wrote that piece mindful that our nationally-recognized Core 
Currictilum accomplishes this task in a way that is, indeed, dis- 
tinctive. Our Core combines with our truly excellent academic 
programs to fulfill our commitment to our students expressed 
in the promise. 

By building on our tradition of academic excellence both 
inside and outside of the classroom, by energizing the campus 
experience, and by connecting with and contributing to our 
community, we will achieve the Oglethorpe vision: to be 
known as the leading liberal arts institution in the Southeast. 



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Larry D. Large 




President Larry D. Large helps level former upper 
quad residence halls Dempsey and Trustee to make 
way for new student housing. 



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Year at a glance: Revenues and Expenditures FY 2003-2004 



Revenues 



Revenues 



Student Tuition 
Endowment Spending 
Gifts and Grants 
Otiier 
Total 



20,404,220 


79.6% 


1,662,000 


6,5% 


1,011,103 


3.9% 


2,553,817 


10.0% 


25,631,140 


100.0% 




Expenditures 



Expenditures 



Instruction & Other Student Programs 

Scholarships 

Institutional Support 

Operations & Maintenance 

Transfers 

Total 



12,097,201 


47.2% 


7,629,574 


29.8% 


2,911,350 


1 1 .4% 


1,748,012 


6.8% 


1,245,003 


4.9% 


25,631,140 


100.0% 




Detours 

By Dr. Christopher Ames, Oglethorpe University 
Provost and Senior Vice President 

The detours of life formed the theme of the 2004 
Oglethorpe commencement talk delivered by hon- 
orary degree recipient, Dr. Janice Galleshaw '75. 
Galleshaw used her own career path after graduat- 
ing from Oglethorpe to demonstrate to graduates 
that the road to their career and family goals may 
not be a straight one, but that the skills one gleans 
from a liberal arts education — combined with per- 
sistence — can lead to fulfillment. In doing so, 
Galleshaw correctly glossed Robert Frost's famous 
poem, "The Road Not Taken," reminding people 
that the poem speaks of the complexity, even 
unfathomabiliry, of the choices we make. 

Too often, inspirational speakers miss the wit and 
humor of Frost's poem and echo a message we hear 
with ironic frequency in our mass consumer cul- 
ture: be independent and have the courage to take 
the less traveled path in life. As Frost says, it will 
make "all the difference." 

The trouble is that neither Frost nor his poem really 
says that. "The Road Not Taken" is one of the most 
famously misunderstood poems, and those misun- 
derstandings illuminate the poem's cleverness and 
the power of the message it questions. 

Reading the poem afresh, we recognize almost 
immediately that it is an extended metaphor, 
although the metaphor of life as a journey or path 
is so engrained that we hardly think it a metaphor. 
The poem is saying something about life's choices, 
not just about picking a path in the New England 
woods. 

So what does the poem tell us about making choic- 
es in life? First, that we must, as commencement 
speaker Galleshaw illustrated, make choices based 
on limited information about the consequences: the 
speaker "look[s] down one [path] as far as I could," 



but it isn't very far. Second, the poem amusingly 
reminds us of how we kid ourselves. "I kept the 
first for another day," the speaker says, admitting in 
the next lines that he doubts he'll ever return. 

Most casual readers will move quickly over these 
points to seize on the main lesson of the poem: the 
speaker chose the less traveled path and that made a 
profound and positive difference in his life. This 
message resonates so powerfully with the values of 
American culture that it sounds almost like a pleas- 
ing gong: "Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—/ I 
took the one less traveled by,/ And that has made 
all the difference." 

But the speaker does not actually take the road less 
traveled! What evidence is there on this point? Well, 
evidence supporting the less traveled reading occurs 
in the second stanza in which the traveler asserts 
that he took the second path "because it was grassy 
and wanted wear." But notice how that statement is 
framed by two qualifiers. The poet first declares 
that the second path is "just as fair," that is, equal 
to the first. Then he qualifies the assertion that it 
"wanted wear" with the word "perhaps." 

The poem then twice bluntly tells us the opposite: 
they are worn "really about the same" and "both 
that morning equally lay/ In leaves no step had 
trodden black." Thus the assertion that the path 
"wanted wear" parallels the assertion that "I kept 
the first for another day." In these instances, the 
poet makes a romantic assertion and then corrects it 
with a more realistic perception. The poem tells us 
three times that there is not a less traveled path: 
"just as fair," "really about the same," "both that 
morning equally lay." 

So how do we understand the famous last stanza? 
Notice the verb tenses and the time frame they sug- 
gest. The first three stanzas are in the past tense, as 
are most narratives. The last stanza is set far in the 
future: "ages and ages hence." Thus this little poem 
has three time frames: the present of its utterance, 
the remembered past of the choice, and the future 
re-telling of the incident. 



"We can imagine the speaker as an old man by the 
fire, regaling his grandchildren with tall tales. We 
even hear his aged voice creak as he repeats "I." 
Faced with choices that we must make almost 
blindly, we later romanticize them into stories of 
our own individuality, spinning tales of ourselves as 
brave pioneers. 

The poem thus becomes a tale of how humans dis- 
tort their pasts into stories that the culture teaches 
us to tell and to hear. Frost is so on target in identi- 
fying the American myth that shapes how we fabri- 
cate our life stories that his poem has become part 
of the very myth he criticizes. 

Is there a lesson for our graduates in this darker ver- 
sion of Frost's poem? I think so. We must be atten- 
tive to the great myths of our culture, narratives 
that get retold in popular song, television sitcoms, 
Hollywood movies, commercial advertising—and in 
literature. Those myths are so powerful that they 
can keep us from understanding the words we read 
on a page. Frost's poem invites us to exercise our 
ability to read critically so as not to be 
duped by stereotype and platitude. 

Reading Frost's poem carefully also teach- 
es another lesson that resonates with Dr. 
Galleshaw's message: life isn't as 
simple or as straightforward as 
we like to think. A poem, like 
life itself can take us on a wind- 
ing journey to a surprising 
tination. 




The Road Not Taken 

two roads diverged in a yellow wood, 
And SORRY I could not travel both 
And be one traveler, long I stood 
And looked down one as far as I could 
To where it bent in the undergrowth; 

Then took the other, as just as fair. 
And having perhaps the better claim, 
Because it was grassy and wanted wear; 
Though as for that the passing there 
Had worn them really about the same. 

And both that morning equally lay 
In leaves no step had trodden black. 
Oh, I kept the first for another day! 
Yet knowing how way leads on to way, 
i doubted if i should ever come back. 

i shall be telling this with a sigh 
Somewhere ages and ages hence: 

two roads diverged in a wood, and i 

i took the one less traveled by, 

And THAT HAS MADE ALL THE DIFFERENCE. 

Robert Frost, 1916 



news &r e vents highlights 



EVENTS 



For a complete calendar of events, please visit 
www.oglethorpe.edu (l<eyword: news). 

October 

Oct. 21 : OWN Fall Program, OUMA, 6 p.m. 
Oct. 29-30: Atlanta Antiquarian Bookfair, Schmidt Recreation 
Center, 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. 

November 

Nov. 5: Fall Concert, University Singers and Chorale, Conant 

Performing Arts Center, 8 p.m. 
Nov. 5-7: Parents Weekend 
Nov. 1 8-20: "Dancing at Lughnasa," Oglethorpe University 

Playmakers, Conant Performing Arts Center, 8 p.m. 

December 

Dec. 3: Boar's Head and Holiday Concert, Conant Performing 

Arts Center, 8 p.m. 
Dec. 7, 1 0: "Another Lautenwerck Christmas," Harpsichord Recital 

by David Buice, OUMA, 7:30 p.m. 
Dec. 1 9: Last day of exhibit, "Nicholas Roerich: The Jagoda 

Collection," OUMA 

January 

Jan. 1 5: DeKalb Choral Guild, Conant Performing Arts Center, 8 p.m. 
Jan. 20: The Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, Conant Performing 
Arts Center, 8 p.m. 

February 

Feb. 1 2: "Lovers and Poets," The Michael O'Neal Chamber 
Singers, Conant Performing Arts Center, 8 p.m. 

Feb. 1 8: The Lynne Arriale Jazz Trio, Conant Performing Arts 
Center, 8 p.m. 



NEWS 

Petey Named One of the 

Most Unusual Collegiate Mascots 

Did you know that Oglethorpe's beloved Petey, the Stormy Petrel, 
was rated as one of the two most unusual college mascots by 
ESPN and Sports lllustratecR In fact, Oglethorpe's Stormy Petrels 
are second only to the Banana Slugs of the University of 
California, Santa Cruz. As a result of this rating. 
Interim Athletic Director Bob Unger set up a 
duel between these two memorable college 
mascots arranging for the women's 
basketball teams to play this 
past January. Petey and the 
athletic department will for- 
give you if you missed the 
game this year since Unger 
hopes to arrange a face off 
between the men's basketball 
teams in the future. 



Oglethorpe Tree 
Crowned Queen of 

the American Beeches 

Oglethorpe's American Beech tree 
which stands near Phoebe Hearst Hall, received accolades in 
February as the largest of its kind in the Big Trees Contest for 
Arbor Day 2004. The tree was recognized thanks to a nomination 
by Grounds Manager Sharon Entin Roth who bravely perched in 
the tree for a glamour shot printed in The Atlanta Journal- 
Constitution. The tree measures some 60 feet tall and 1 2 feet in 
diameter. It is approximately 100 years old and bears carvings on 
its trunk and branches by students from years past. 



Home School Group Holds 
Graduation Ceremony at Oglethorpe 

Following Oglethorpe University's annual Commencement 
Ceremony on May 8, the university hosted the fifth annual 
Harvest Home Educators Home School Commencement 
Ceremony on the academic quadrangle. Approximately 30 
graduates and 600 guests attended the graduation ceremony 
with a reception immediately following outside Lupton Hall. 

Harvest Home Educators is a group that offers home-school family 
events and opportunities in a wholesome environment. Curriculum 
fairs, informational speakers and other home-school centered 
events are held throughout the United States in family-friendly 





Photo by; RICH AQDICKS/ The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 



"We were pleased to tiost ttie Harvest Home Educators 
Commencement Ceremony on ttie Oglethorpe campus once 
again tfiis year It is a wonderful occasion to celebrate the accom- 
plishments of these talented students," says Barbara Henry, for- 
mer home school advisor "The great majority of the home- 
schooled students who have attended Oglethorpe are well-read, 
independent thinkers who already understand and value excep- 
tional learning experiences - the quintessential Oglethorpe stu- 
dent." For more information about Harvest Home Educators, visit 
wvTO.harvesthomeeducators.com. 



Oglethorpe Day 2004 

Oglethorpe's annual campus festivities celebrating its rich history 
and interesting traditions took place on Feb. 1 1 . This year OU Day 
paid tribute to the integral role of the performing and fine arts 
within the liberal arts curriculum at Oglethorpe University. 
Students showcased their artistic talents during the convocation 
at Conant Performing Arts Center. Dr. Irwin Ray led the University 
Singers in performing a variety of selections from Mozart to a 
rendition of "Georgia On My Mind." The program also included lit- 
erary readings by Ttie Tower staff members, a display of student 
artwork in the Conant Lobby and an original theatre sketch which 
kept the audience in stitches. The riotous sketch was written 
especially for OU Day by Manager and Technical Director for 
Conant Performing Arts Center Chadwick Yarbrough. Although 
none of this year's sprinters in the "Petrels of Fire" race were 
successful in their attempt to complete the 270 yard-loop around 
the academic quad before the chimes struck twelve, next year 
brings another chance to beat the chimes and go down in OU 
Day history! 




Associate Professor of Mathematics John Nardo. Photo by LaCour-Niesen Visuals Ira 



OU Faculty Presents... 

A large part ofivhat makes Oglethorpe such a special 
place is its outstanding faculty. Oglethorpe faculty mem- 
bers excel in the classroom but also beyond it enriching 
the courses they teach with these external experiences. 
Here are a few of the recent activities in which faculty 
members have been engaged. 

Joseph Knippenbei^ Professor of Politics and Direaor 
of the Rich Foundation Urban Leadership Program, 
published "Liberal Arts and Civic Controversy," 
www.collegenews.org (Oct. 24, 2003), and a review of 
"Captain America and the Crusade against Evil" in 
Perspectives on Political ScienceYXXSS\ (Winter 2004). 
He also delivered papers at the annual meetings of the 
American Political Science Association, Philadelphia and 
the Associadon for Core Texts and Courses, Adanta. 

Alan Loehle, Assistant Professor of Art, had his 
work exhibited at various Atlanta venues and 
accepted into the permanent files of The Drawing 
Center, an alternative museum in New York City. 
He also served as a jury member for the Forward 
Arts Foundation and an advisory committee mem- 
ber on public art installation for Atlanta City 
Council President Cathy Woolard. 

John Nardo, Associate Professor of Mathematics, 
led a Service Learning Project at Lynwood Park 
Community Center as part of Freshmen 
Orientation, 2003. He served as Principal 
Mathematical Investigator for the "Preparing 
Mathematicians to Educate Teachers" Grant for the 
Mathematical Association of America, 2004. 

For a complete list of faculty achievements, 
publications and presentations, please visit 
www.oglethorpe.edu (keyword: faculty achievements). 



Keeping up with Jillian 

By Mark DeLong '03 

During the SCAC Spring Sports Festival, Jillian Martin '05 
gained new experiences in the name of comperidon. 
Interim Athledc Director Bob Unger allowed an injured 
Martin to open the track and field events with the "Star 
Spangled Banner." Later that afternoon, the left-handed 
junior threw the shot put — with her right hand. Had 
she not thrown the shot put, Martin could not have 
competed in the discus event. 



This biopsychology major from Newnan, Ga., has shown 
such dedication since her arrival at Oglethorpe in the fall 
of 2001 . For the past three years, she has competed on 
the track and field team; managed the volleyball team; 
joined the Black Student Caucus and the service fraterni- 
ty Alpha Phi Omega; and served as a student ambassador, 
a resident assistant and in student government. 

When asked of her greatest accomplishment, Martin 
pauses and then says, "I don't think I've had it yet." 

Every year she's spent at Oglethorpe, she's found some- 
thing new to enjoy: freshman year it was "my girls" on the 
volleyball team; sophomore year it was her personal record 
of 36.4' in the shot put; junior year it was her fourth floor 
community in the New Residence Hall; and this year it 
just might be her role as student body president. 

When Martin visited campus as a prospective, she 
knew that Oglethorpe was "a different university. 
I'm comfortable here. I don't have to impress any- 
one. I can just be myself" She enjoyed the campus 
atmosphere and has worked to maintain that posi- 
tive feeling in her years here. 

In the fall, her brother Pete (officially John T. Martin, III) 
will join Martin at Oglethorpe. "I love this school and I 
wanted him to come," she says, "but it had to be his 
choice to attend. . . He's going to make a life for himself 
here. My family's not one to follow in other's footsteps." 

With steps as wide-ranging as Martin's, it wouldn't 
be an easy task. 



New Faces at OU 



Carol Carter, Director of Human Resources 
Previous: Direaor of Human Resources for Home Depot 
Education: Clayton College and State University, 
B.A. in Managament, 1999; Troy State, M.A. in 
Human Resource Management, 2001 
Memberships: Society of Human Resource 
Management, Atlanta and National; Human 
Resource Global Forum; Southern Crescent Human 
Resource Management 

Mark DeLong '03, 

Gift Processing and Stewardship Coordinator 
Previous: Interned for OU Alumni Office, summer 
2003; Fahlgren Entertainment, spring 2003; 
Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters, spring 2001 
Education: Oglethorpe University, B.A. in 
Communications, 2003 




Lisa Littlefield, Director of Career Services 
Previous: Director of Public Relations, Atlanta 
History Center; Communications Instructor, 
Oglethorpe University College 
Education: Southern Illinois University, B.A. in 
Mass Communications, 1982; Georgia State 
University, M.A. in Mass Communications, 1999; 
currently completing M.A. in Professional 
Counseling at Georgia State University 
Memberships: Georgia Association of Colleges and 
Employers; Georgia Career Development 
Association; Georgia College Counseling 
Association; Public Relations Society of America; 
National Association of Colleges and Employers 

Lindsey Mann, Coordinator of Annual Giving 
Previous: Interned for Saint Albans School, Office 
of Development & External Affairs, Washington, 
D.C. and The William Aiken House, Charleston, S.C. 
Education: HoUins University, B.A. in 
Communication Studies, 2003 

Amber Mungin-Davis, 

Mailing and Visitation Coordinator for Admissions 
Education: Georgia Tech, B.S. in Business 
Management, 2003 

Lisa Reams, Special Events Coordinator 
Previous: Event Coordinator, Morristown Boys and 
Girls Club 

Education: University of Tennessee, B.S. in 
Communications, 2001; completed graduate cours- 
es in Public Administration 

Peter A. Rooney, Vice President for Development 

and Alumni Relations 

Previous: Director of Principal Gifts for the 

Westminster Schools 

Education: Rhodes College, B.A. in Religion, 1984 

Memberships: Georgia Senior Tour Charities Board 

of Directors; Buckhead Business Association Board 

of Directors; Athens Organizing Committee, 2004 

Olympic Torch Relay Advance; Leadership Georgia, 

Class of 2004 



making a diffen 



Ellivet's hair began to grow back in the places it had 
fallen out. 



Food for Life 

By Mark DeLong '03 

Our mothers always told us breakfast is the most 
important meal of the day. It's a meal we often skip 
in our mad dash out the door each morning, yet in 
some parts of the world, skipping meals is not a 
choice but a reality of life. Oglethorpe graduate 
Jody Stephenson '03 has taken a bit of motherly 
wisdom to a village in Africa, and in the process, 
she is making a difference in the lives of four chil- 
dren. 

Shortly after arriving in Malawi in July 2003 to 
work with the non-profit group Children of the 
Nations, Stephenson began inviting Chiwengo 
Village children Nester, Rose, Eliphaz and EUivet 
to her home each morning to eat. The children's 
mother died of unknown causes about two years 
ago. Consequently, the oldest, Nester, who is 
between 14 and 15 years old, acts as a mother to 
her three younger siblings. Nester and Rose were 
surviving on the maize their father could afford, but 
the younger Eliphaz and EUivet were severely affect- 
ed by the malnourishment of such a limited diet. 

"Seeing their swollen bellies and loss of hair, I took 
the risk of trying to help," says Stephenson. "I 
know very little about nutrition — I just graduated 
from college! But I had nothing to lose. " Just two 
months after the children began coming for break- 
fast, says Stephenson, their bellies had visibly gone 
down, their skin was no longer chapped and 



Thrilled with these physical improvements, 
Stephenson was perhaps even more excited to see 
social and psychological changes in the children. 
She says that for about two months, not a word was 
spoken by the younger children. "Many of the 
Malawian staff came to try to ask EUivet questions, 
to offer her a new dress if she would say anything 
or even look at them," says Stephenson. 
"Malnourishment starves a lot more than the 
physical body." 

But then Stephenson had a brainstorm. "After see- 
ing them come in filth and rags every day, I decided 
to put my God-given talents to work — I went 
shopping for them," she jokes. After an exhilarating 
trip to the market, she filled a tub with water and 
gave the younger children their first baths ever. She 
instructed the older girls to use her shower, one that 
basically just drips water. "One would have thought 
it was a waterfall crushing them by the shrieks of 
joy and amazement coming from the shower 
room," she says. "I wrapped them each in their very 
own towel and brought out the clothes." 

After the bath, the younger children began running 
around, screaming and giggling, wanting to be 
chased and tickled. "I have to say, I was in shock," 
says Stephenson. "I think even Nester was in shock. 
Such a finite amount of attention brought them to 
life. And they never once whined about the soap in 
their eyes!" 

Stephenson feels that she is the one who has been 
changed by her work in Africa. "I have never felt so 
blessed as seeing these little kids, who possess 
absolutely nothing, possess such joy, such real, pure 
joy," she says. 

Stephenson's work in Malawi involves creating a 
financial system for Chiwengo Village, making 
budgets and doing administrative work, as well as 




cultivating relationships with the villagers. When she 
leaves this year, she hopes to work toward deep-root- 
ed change in the region. "The large organizations like 
UNICEF and other world feeding programs seem to 
sustain the dying people, but they do not seem to 
greatly improve their situation," says Stephenson, 
who majored in accounting with a minor in commu- 
nications. "The more I hear about microfmance 
banks and what they are doing throughout Africa 
and other destitute countries around the world, the 
more 1 would like to eventually work with them." 

Microfmance banks loan capital to individuals to 
start their own businesses to benefit the community. 
"The microfmance lenders seem to be changing 
things on a deeper level," Stephenson says. 



Stephenson appreciates the fresh point of view she 
has received from working in Africa. "This is truly 
the first time I have ever witnessed life to be the 
day's activity, [for] living to be what you look for- 
ward to, and people to be more important than 
tasks. It is an entirely different world here, for bet- 
ter or worse. In short, you bet it's changed my life. I 
wouldn't trade this experience for anything. " 

Find out more about Children of the Nations at 
www.cotni.org. 

Jody Stephenson '03 has returned from Africa and is 
currently living in Atlanta. 



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Summit Fosters 
Community Dialogue 

By Nicole Smith '96 

On April 8, the Rich Foundation Urban Leadership 
Program (RFULP) sponsored a Lynwood Park 
Summit. Dr. Kendra King, assistant professor of 
politics and assistant director of the RFULP, organ- 
ized the summit which joined Oglethorpe con- 
stituents with leaders from Lynwood Park, a histori- 
cally African-American neighborhood just beyond 
the university's gates. 

University panelists provided an overview on OU 
students meeting the community's needs through 
involvement in the service fraternity Alpha Phi 
Omega (APO), the federal work program and 
internships. According to Oglethorpe Director of 
Financial Aid Patrick Bonones, the federal work 
program has helped provide Lynwood Park children 
with approximately 400 hours of homework assis- 
tance to date. 

Children from the Lynwood Park community are 
not the only beneficiaries from this partnership; 
Oglethorpe students benefit as well. As an intern 
with the Lynwood Park Community Development 
Corporation (CDC), Christina GrifFin '07 says her 
involvement was both rewarding and enriching. "I 
experienced a form of community I never had 
before, especially moving around a lot with a father 
in the military," she explains. According to Griffin, 
the community experience she had is "good for the 
soul" and she hopes to stay involved even after her 
internship ends. 

Of course, more remains to be done, as highlighted 
by community panelists such as Patricia Martin, 
Lynwood Park CDC Director; Anthony Mitchell of 
the DeKalb County Department of Community 
Development; and Alicia White, an 1 1-year old 
Montgomery Elementary School student whose 
school project on gentrification won "Best in Class" 
in a statewide competition. 




Mitchell cited the community's many strides forward 
but pointed out the need for increased development 
in small business, public safety and neighborhood 
leadership to name a few. Panelist and WSB-TV 
News Anchor Jovita Moore has taken the cue and 
plans to start a new foundation called Live to 
Prosper. Known as the 'TV Lady' among the neigh- 
borhood children, Moore hopes the foundation will 
give back by exposing children to Atlanta's many 
opportunities. 

Although more work lies ahead, summit attendees 
took an important step forward by participating in 
this open forum for community and university 
voices. Keeping the summit's active and spirited 
conversation alive will inevitably help to uncover 
new ways in which Oglethorpe students can help 
meet the community's evolving needs. 



Big Adventure vs^ith Big Heart 

By Nicole Smith '96 

Spring break usually calls to mind a trip to the 
beach with lots of sun and fun, a little rest, and 
maybe even some partying. This spring while stu- 
dents, faculty and staff took time off for the annual 
spring holiday, Oglethorpe University's Internet 
Services Manager Eric Huret used his spring break 
to visit 'Walt Disney Wodd. While Eric did set off 
for sunny Orlando, Fla., one of the most popular 
family vacation destinations in the U.S., his trip 
was no ordinary vacation. 




Left to Right: OU President Larry Large, 
WSB-TV Anctior Jovita Moore, and 
DeKalb County Official Anthony MItctielL 



For five days in March, Eric traveled with eight 
chronically- ill children - firom ages 5 to 12 - and 
their families by volunteering with Bert's Big 
Adventure. This non-profit organization founded in 
2002 helps make the dream of visiting Walt Disney 
World a reality for chronically ill children. Bert 
Weiss, the host of All the Hits Q100.5's "The Bert 
Show," started Bert's Big Adventure with his wife 
Stacey after participating in a similar trip in 1996 
while working in Dallas. Realizing that these chil- 
dren and their families struggle with so many obsta- 
cles in their daily fight against illnesses like cystic 
fibrosis, muscular dystrophy and leukemia, Bert 
decided he wanted to provide them with a few fun 
days in which they could forget their illnesses and 
simply enjoy being kids. "It took me a weekend at 
Walt Disney World with these kids to realize how 
blessed my life had been," he said. "I was so touched 
by what I saw that I said if I ever got to host my 
own show, I was going to do a trip like that." 

At Walt Disney World, the children were able to 
ride the Mad Hatter's Teacups, take a trip through 
space on Space Mountain, or just give Mickey 
Mouse or Cinderella a big hug. Watching these 
children enjoy the magic of Walt Disney World and 

Lacee Lallerstedt. age four, with Bert Weiss and wife Stacey 





interact with their favorite characters was as much a 
treat for Eric and the rest of the Bert's Big 
Adventure staff as it was for the selected families. 

During the trip, Eric posted regular updates to the 
Bert's Big Adventure Web site, which included sort- 
ing through the over 700 photos taken each day to 
share with "The Bert Show" listeners back in 
Atlanta. This year's trip was particularly memorable 
for all involved as the Bert's Big Adventure kids 
were named grand marshals of the parade down 
Main Street USA. In addition, two of the children 
selected for the trip went swimming for the first 
time in their lives, and Eric was even able to coordi- 
nate a private meeting with Cinderella for one 5- 
year-old girl wearing her own Cinderella dress. 

"Being part of Bert's Big Adventure is amazing," 
said Eric. "It seems like such a small thing for us, 
helping these special kids experience so much this 
weekend, such as meeting their favorite Disney 
characters. But these kids don't usually get to have 
these types of experiences, just to be a kid. That's 
what Bert's Big Adventure is all about, and by the 
end of the trip you really can see how much this 
trip means to them." 

Without the dedicated efforts of year-round volun- 
teers like Eric Huret, the Atlanta-area sponsors such 
as Delta and BellSouth and the thousands ot people 
who donated money and assorted items for the 
families, Bert's Big Adventure would never be able 
to make this annual event possible. 

Foi- more information about Bert's Big Adventure and 
to see photos from their trip, visit http:llivww.bertsbi- 
gadventure. org. 



making a difference 



Oglethorpe Alumnus Lends 
World-Renowned Collection 
to Alma Mater 

By Joe Kane 

When Donald Rubin '56 graduated from high 
school in 1952, he decided he wanted to get away 
from New York where he grew up, to see the United 
States. He thought he would move from one area of 
the country to another during each of his four colle- 
giate years - transferring from one college campus to 
another each year. The first stop was Oglethorpe 
University in the South. To his surprise, by year two, 
Oglethorpe was beginning to feel like home and, it 
turned out, transferring was a more complicated 
procedure than he had imagined. So Donald also 
spent years two, three and four as a Stormy Petrel! 

"What did I know?" says Mr. Rubin. "When I first 
came south, I was 17 years old and wanted to see as 
much of the world as I could." But he stayed in the 
South and passed his four years at OU living in the 
dorms that now house the Oglethorpe University 
Museum of Art (OUMA). 

Today, Mr. Rubin is Chairman of Mtiltiplan Inc., one 
of the largest Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO) in 
the country with 500 employees in 17 regional offices. 

As Mr. Rubin's company began to take off, he discov- 
ered a new passion — Himalayan art. Almost 29 years 
ago, he and his wife Shelley chanced upon a Madison 
Avenue gallery where they noticed a painting on a 
back wall which beckoned them inside. It turned out 
to be a "tangka," a Tibetan painting on fabric. "We 
knew nothing about Tibet; we knew nothing about 
Buddhist or Asian art. But the painting called out to 
us and we bought it because we felt we had to live 
with it. A few years later we bought another 
painting. Again it appealed to us on an emo 
tional level. The power; the internal 
dynamics! We didn't know what we were 
buying or that we had begun to collect!" 



Sometime later Shelley and Donald set up the 
Rubin Foundation, whose mission is to support 
innovative efforts to transform society's institutions, 
to make them more responsible, and to empower 
individuals to develop their full potential. Given the 
Rubins' interest in Himalayan art, it is not surpris- 
ing that the foundation is also dedicated to funding 
projects which preserve and study the art of the 
Himalayan region. 

In an article that appeared in The New York Times, 
Mr. Rubin explained, "Tibetan imagery addresses 
the dual nature of the mind." He has always been 
interested in what makes one person evil and anoth- 
er good. "My father's whole family was killed by the 
Nazis; I was living in New York when it was hap- 
pening. I was aware of it, but I didn't understand it." 
He ftirther observed that "violence is not contained 





by borders: Wilhelm Reich wrote that 'we all have a 
Nazi in us.' It is getting a handle on that Nazi in us 
that is the important thing. By realizing it's there, 
you can control it. Awareness is the first step." He 
explains that Himalayan art can be "transforming in 
a similar way to the journey depicted by Dante in 
his Inferno — a journey from hell to paradise." (He 
hopes every undergraduate at Oglethorpe will 
study the works of Dante before gradua- 
tion!) 

That first painting purchased on Madison 




Avenue was the beginning of what is now one of the 
largest and most comprehensive collections of 
Himalayan art in the world. In 1998, the Rubins 
bought a building - the former home of Barneys 
Department Store — on 17th Street and 7th Avenue 
in Manhattan and donated it to a Trust which is in 
the process of creating the Rubin Museum of Art 
(RMA). RMA is dedicated to the preservation and 
exhibition of the art of the Himalayas, making it 
accessible to a diverse audience as well as exploring 
the relationship between Himalayan art and that of 
other world cultures. RMA will open Oct. 2, 2004, 
and will be the eighth largest art museum in New 
York as far as exhibition space goes. 

Fortunately for us, Mr. Rubin did not stop in 
Manhattan. He has already lent some of his collec- 
tion to Oglethorpe including the Female Buddha 
exhibition curated by Glenn H. MuUin. At the 
opening to that show, Mr. Rubin was especially 
moved by the fact that OUMA is housed in the 
very dorms in which he spent his four years as an 
undergraduate! In addition, a second exJiibit 



including works from important private collections 
and the Rubin Museum ol Art was on view at 
OUMA this past summer. The exhibit was organ- 
ized around the oral and literary tradition of flying 
mystics in Tibetan Buddhism. 

Mr. Rubin has also initiated the Himalayan Art 
Project (www.himalayanart.org) and the Labor Art 
Project (www.laborarts.org). The Himalayan Art 
Project (FiAP) is almost 10 years old. Its mission is 
to digitize, catalog and make available Himalayan 
art from museums, public institutions and private 
collections worldwide. The Labor Art Project dis- 
plays the art of the American trade union move- 
ment in the 20th century. 

Oglethorpe is proud to have a graduate whose life's 
mission to make art available to a diverse public has 
led him back to Atlanta and the Oglethorpe com- 
munity. We look forward to many wonderful shows 
in Mr. Rubin's old dorm as Shelley and Donald 
Rubin continue to fulfill the Oglethorpe promise 
to make a life, make a living and make a difference. 



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to the upper quad and the Salamone Soccer Field is: 


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B. Weltner Way 


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C. "The Pit" 




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B. Jacobs Trail 


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C. Pattillo Path 


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D. The basement of Hearst Hall 




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Reading Room 



What are people on campus reading? 

For complete book reviews by the readers, visit 

www.oglethorpe.edu (keyword: alumni). 

Ronald L. Carlisle, 

Professor of Computer Science and Mathematics 
The Book of Tea by Okakura Kakuzo 
Musashi by Eiji Yoshikawa 
The Perfect Prince by Ann Wroe 
Song Full of Tears by R. Keith Shopa 

Joseph Knippenberg, Professor of Politics & 

Director of the Rich Foundation Urban Leadership 

Program 

Redeemer President by Allan Geulzo 

Of Paradise and Power by Robert Kagan 

Just War Against Terror by Jean Bethke Elshtain 

The Hairy Potter Novels byJ.K. Rowling 

The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien 



Stephanie Phillips, 

ILL Manager & Circulation Assistant, Weltner Library 

And the Dead Shall Rise: The Murder of Mary Phagan 

and the Lynching of Leo Frank by Steve Olney 

Looking for Spinoza: Joy, Sorrow, and the Feeling 

Brain by Antonio Damasio 

Nickel and Dimed: On (not) Getting by in America 

by Barbara Ehrenreich 

Letters and Papers fom Prison by Dietrich 

BonhoefFer, translated from German by Reginald Fuller 

Linda Taylor, Professor of English 

Mans by Art Spiegelman 

The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov 

Zen and the Birds of Appetite by Thomas Merton 

A Feminist Ethic of Risk by Sharon Welch 

Dean Tucker, 

Rikard Professor of Business Administration 

Benjamin Franklin: An American Life 

by Walter Isaacson 

Franklin and Winston: An Lntimate Portrait of an 

Epic Friendship by Jon Meacham 

One People, Two Worlds by Ammiel Hirsch and 

Yosef Reinman 

A New Brand World hy Scott Bedbury 

Soul Mountain by Gao Xingjian 

Join your fellow book lovers at the O! Book Club, led by 
various OU facidt)' members. The club meets twice a 
year on the Oglethoipe campus. For more information, 
contact the Alumni Office or call (404) 364-8455. 





Oglethorpe Hosts 
SCAC Spring Festival 

By Jim Owen 

Over 1 ,000 college athletes from 1 schools were 
on and around the Oglethorpe University campus 
for the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference 
(SCAC) Spring Festival the last weekend in April 
2004. The SCAC Spring Festival was last held at 
Oglethorpe 1 years ago and subsequently has 
rotated through the other nine SCAC universities. 
"Since we last hosted the conference a decade ago, 
additional colleges have joined the conference and 
the level of competition has improved dramatical- 
ly," said Bob linger, interim athletic director and 
head coach for mens and women's track and field. 

During the sports festival, athletes competed in five 
sports to determine conference champions and 
NCAA Division III championship advancement. By 
the weekend's close, OU had moved out of last 
place to finish eighth overall. 

Oglethorpe hosted the SCAC Baseball 
Championship at Anderson Field in Hermance 
Stadium on the campus of Oglethorpe University. 
Games began on the morning of Thursday, April 22 
and included the top three teams from both the 
SCAC's Eastern and Western Divisions. Once again 
the Stormy Petrels were selected for the SCAC 
Baseball Tournament for which they have qualified 

1 1 out of 13 times. The 2003-2004 squad returned 

12 lettermen including three position players and six 
of nine pitchers. The nine freshmen and transfers 
also had a large impact on the field. The schedule 
was again very challenging and included games with 



highly ranked Division III teams Millsaps, Emory, 
Heidelberg and Denison as well as SCAC Eastern 
Conference rivals Rose-Hulman, DePauw, Sewanee 
and Centre. Out of the nine competing teams, 
Oglethorpe finished tied for fourth with Millsaps 
College. 

Bob Unger stayed busy overseeing the festival while 
also coaching his 1 5th track and field season. The 
SCAC Track Meet Championship was held on the 
Georgia Tech campus. The Stormy Petrel women's 
team returned more All-Conference performers 
than the men's squad last year and finished sixth, 
one ranking below the previous year's fifth place 
finish. The men's team finished in a tie for eighth 
with Hendrix College. 

The SCAC Tennis Championship was hosted at the 
DeKalb Tennis Center and nearby Blackburn Park. 
Coach Peter Howell of Oglethorpe University 
directed the three day event with help from assis- 
tant coach Karen Piering. The women's team was 
much improved with four new starters and jumped 
from the previous year's ninth place finish to sixth. 
With two new additions, the men's team had more 
depth and anticipated the challenging SCAC com- 
petition. They rounded out the competition in 
eighth. 

The Renaissance Pinelsle Resort and Golf Club 
hosted the men's and women's SCAC Golf 
Championships April 23-25. Coach Jim Owen and 
the men's squad sought to capture their fifth con- 
secutive SCAC Golf Championship which would 
be their sixth in seven years. Senior All-American 
Trent Erb defended his title of 2003 SCAC Player 
of the Year once again earning this title for 2004. 
Erb and junior Corey Garner, a two time First 
Team All-SCAC performer, gave the Stormy Petrels 
a strong one two punch. The SCAC Championship 
at Pinelsle boasted the deepest field in SCAC histo- 
ry and may have been the most balanced tourna- 
ment with seven SCAC schools that all ranked in 
the top 44 in the nation. 



While Rhodes College kept the men's golf squad 
from their sixth SCAC Championship, Oglethorpe 
did capture second place and earned its fourth con- 
secutive berth into the NCAA Division III 
Championships at the PGA of Southern California 
Golf Course at Oak Valley. They finished ninth in 
the nation at Oak Valley marking Oglethorpe's 
third consecutive top 10 finish following their 
ninth place finish in 2002 and sixth place in 2003. 
Golfers Trent Erb and Joe Green received additional 
honors at the championships. Erb qualified for the 
First Team All-American and was named National 
Division III Player of the Year. He tied for third in 
the individual competition - the highest finish ever 
for an Oglethorpe golfer in the program's five trips 
to the National Tournament. Green qualified for 
the Second Team All-American and finished sev- 
enth individually. 

The Oglethorpe women's golf team sought their 
best SCAC finish in the inaugural season under 
head coach Jim Owen. The Petrels returned two 
seniors, Jennifer Brown and Stephanie Peccia, and 
were led by junior Heather March, sophomore 
Megan Elliott, and a pair of freshmen, Leigh Kite 



and Jaclyn Crissey. The women's team finished fifth 
among the nine teams. 

Rounding out the SCAC Spring Festival was the 
Fast Pitch Softball Championship. Oglethorpe host- 
ed this competition at Robert E. Heck Field at 
Georgia State University's Panthersville Athletic 
Complex in southeast Atlanta. 

The SCAC consists of ten of the nations highly 
selective, small universities in seven states: Centre 
College, Danville, Ky.; DePauw University, 
Greencastle, Ind.; Hendrix College, Conway, Ark.; 
Millsaps College, Jackson, Miss.; Rhodes College, 
Memphis, Tenn.; Rose-Hulman Institute, Terre 
Haute, Ind.; Southwestern University, Georgetown, 
Texas; Trinity University, San Antonio; The 
University of the South, Sewanee, Tenn.; and 
Oglethorpe University, Atlanta. 

For complete spring festival results, visit 
www. SCAC-online. org. 



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student-athletes who were recognized for their 
athletic achievements during the 2003-04 
academic year! 

BASEBALL 



Tim Ernst '07: All-SCAC 
First Team; All- 
Tournament Team, 
outfielder 



Brad Sims '05 

All-SCAC, des- 
ignated hitter 



J.T. Baker '05: 

All-SCAC Honorable 
Mention, outfielder 





BASKETBALL 

Josh Burr '06: All-SCAC Honorable Mention; All- 
Tournament Team, guard 

Rus Churchweil '04: All-SCAC First Team; First 
Team All-South by D3Hoops; one of 10 finalists in 
the Josten Trophy Best Division III Player of the 
Year, forward 

Julie Colantoni '05: All-SCAC Honorable 
Mention, forward 

Eric Dickinson '07: All-Tournament Team 



Nichole Gilleland '04: All 
SCAC Honorable 
Mention, guard 

Anna-Rhett Gobi 



SOCCER 



Anna-Rhett Cobb '04: All-SCAC 
Second Team, defender 

Chris Friedenstein '07: All-SCAC 
Second Team, defender 



Frank Monteleone '07: All-SCAC Newcomer 
of the Year; All-SCAC Second Team, forward 




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TENNIS 

Antoinette Niland '07: Ali-SCAC Honorable 
Mention 

Celine Thimel '04: All-SCAC 

Paul Woodham '04: All-SCAC Honorable 
Mention 




TRACK & FIELD 

LaToya McCants '07: Placed third All-SCAC in 
the long jump 

Jill Sharitt '05: Placed third All-SCAC in shot put; 
second All-SCAC in the discus 

Christine Smith '08: Placed diird All-SCAC in 
javelin 

Courtney Terrell '05: Placed second All-SCAC in 
the 3000-meter steeplechase 



Congratulations to Soccer Coach Jon Akin on 
tiis selection to the SSC Silver Anniversary 
Team, whicii tionors ttie top 25 players in ttie 
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GOLF 

Trent Erb '04: SCAC Player of the Year for the sec- 
ond consecutive year; All-SCAC First Team; fin- 
ished third overall; additional national av^rards 
include Division III Player of the Year and PING 
All-America First Team; only golfer selected to rep- 
resent his division in the 2004 Fuji Xerox U.SA. 
vs. Japan Collegiate Golf Championship in Chiba, 
Japan this past July 

Joe Green '06: Honorable Mention and finished 
15th overall; PING All-America Second Team 

Heather March '06: All-SCAC Second Team; 
finished 1 1th in SCAC 





class notes 



Diane Baker 77 




Dear Alumni, 

As fall semester begins and the university comes 
alive with activity, we welcome a new class of 
incoming freshmen to campus. Making way for 
these students, the Class of 2004 graduated this 
past May, adding 200 new alumni to our growing 
group ot 8,150 living alums. I had the pleasure of 
presenting greetings to the Class of 2004 at the 
commencement ceremony, on a beautiful spring 
day that brought back memories of my own gradu- 
ation some 27 years ago. 

And speaking of memories, if you've been thinking 
about returning to campus for a visit, we have a 
great reason for you to make the trip. We have just 
renovated a special space in Hearst Hall, as a wel- 
coming home for all of our alumni. The O.K. 
Sheffield Alumni Suite is located just off the Great 
Hall, and is named in honor of former Alumni 
President and current Board of Trustees member 
O.K. Sheffield. Alumni activities ranging from 
board meetings and career panels to book club 
meetings will now be hosted in this suite, in the 
heart of the campus. Please stop by the next time 
you are on campus! 

Our alumni are a very distinguished group, and our 
alumni award winners this year were very impressive. 
Our 2004 Talmage Award winner, Terry Tribbet 
Davis '82, has contributed her time, talent and 
resources to many university programs, and is dis- 
tinguished in her profession. 



Terry is the President and Creative Director of see 
see eye, a company that produces annual reports 
and other materials for a variety of Fortune 500 
companies. As a member of the marketing commit- 
tee of the Board of Trustees, Terry has been instru- 
mental in helping to develop the university's new 
branding strategy, including our new Web site. 

Congratulations also go to our 2004 School Bell 
Award winner. Dr. John T Goldthwait '4 1 , who 
taught at Oglethorpe in the 1940s and at several 
other universities, including the University of 
California at Davis. His publications include trans- 
lated and edited works by philosopher Immanuel 
Kant and several books on ethics and morality. 

While a student at OU, Dr. Goldthwait was a 
member of the select group known as the "Triple- 
E's" (Exceptional Education Experiment). This spe- 
cial program was designed to allow students to 
obtain a bachelor's, master's and doctorate degree all 
in four years. Dr. Goldthwait was honored for his 
commitment and many contributions to education. 

On behalf of all of our alumni, I want to congratu- 
late Terry Tribbet Davis and Dr. John T. 
Goldthwait. Thank you both for being outstanding 
examples of the Oglethorpe promise: you are mak- 
ing a life, making a living and making a difference. 
Thank you for inspiring all of us to live up to the 
Oglethorpe ideals. 



A. Diane Baker '77 

OU National Alumni Board President 



Terry Tribbet Davis '82, 
2004 Taimage Award Winner 



Dr Jotin T Goldthwait '41. 
2004 Scliool BellAword I'/innpr 




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Fall Carillon 2004 



Future Freshmen 

Jill Helmbold James '88 and Tom James '88 announce 
die birth of dieir diird son and fourth child, Ryan 
Donald James, born March 30, 2004. Ryan was 9 
pounds, 8 ounces and measured 22 inches long. Ryan 
joins Clayton, Adam and Mary. ^ 

Leslie Adams Dove '90 and her husband, Larry, joy- 
hilly announce the birth of their son, Mason Joseph 
Dove, born on Jan. 6, 2004. Joseph was 7 pounds, 8 
ounces and measured 20 inches long. -^ 

Sam McKnight '90 and wife, Christy, are proud to 
announce the birth of their third son, Anthony 
David McKnight, on Sept. 9, 2003. Baby Tony 
joins his two big brothers, Sammy, age 10, and 
Bryan, age 4, in bringing joy to Sam and Christy 
at their home in Charlotte, N.C. 



Davidson Wuichet '93 and his wife Lida Wuichet 
are the proud parents of son Louis Alexandrovich 
Wuichet born July 9, 2003. Louis (pronounced 
with a silent "s") takes his first name from his late 
grandfather, Louis Wuichet '57. After completing 
his M.B.A. at Arizona State University in 2001, 
Dave is continuing his career at American Express 
where he is a product manager for merchant point- 
of-sale and e-commerce products. 

Cameron Bready '94 and his wife, Mary, announce 
the birth of Samuel James Bready, born March 5, 
2004. Samuel was 7 pounds, 1 ounce and measured 
20 inches long. ' 

Teri Butler Gibson '95 and Alan Gibson '95 proudly 
announce the birth of their first child, Ellie Ruth 
Gibson, born Nov. 18, 2003. Teri is a freelance 
graphic designer who is enjoying being a mom. Alan 
is an attorney with Downey & Cleveland, LLP in 
Marietta where he has worked since graduating from 
the University of Georgia School of Law in 1999. '^ 



Victor Giusto '91 and Amy Glover-Giusto '89 are the 
proud parents of twin sons Michael and Nicholas. 
Amy enjoys part-time employment with ING, where 
she has worked in the Investment Management 
Group for nearly eight years. Victor has worked in IT 
management with ADP Inc. for 16 years. ^ 

Chris BaUar '93 and Amy Tucker Ballar '93 announce 
the birth of their second daughter Shea Isabel Ballar 
born on Aug. 6, 2003. Shea weighed 8 pounds, 1 
ounce and measured 20 inches long. '^ 

Leah Bell Crosby '93 had her second child, Adam 
Pierce Crosby, who was born in April 2003. His big 
brother, Vann Christopher Crosby, is 4 years old. 

Douglas Leventhal '93 and wife, Stephanie, are 
pleased to announce that Ethan Yale Leventhal was 
born March 31, 2003! 



Christy Hall Keohane '95 and husband Peter 
proudly announce the birth of their first child on 
Sept. 29, 2003. Daniel Hall Keohane weighed 9 
potmds, 1 ounce and measured 2 1 inches. 

Mary Poteet Fernandez '96 and her husband, Jan, 
are proud to announce that Isabel Carolina 
Fernandez has arrived! Isabel was born during a 
beautiful snowfall on Feb. 14, 2004. She weighed 7 
pounds, 13 ounces and measured almost 21 inches 
long. ~ 

Simon Hukin '96 and Amy Bacigalupi Hukin '95 
announce their fourth child, Caroline Anne, born 
on Dec. 10, 2003. She weighed 7 pounds, 15 
ounces and measured 21.5 inches long - the biggest 
one yet! 



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Shawn Amick '96 and his wife, Christina, are 
proud to announce the birth of their son, Noah, on 
Jan. 27, 2004. Noah weighed 4 pounds, 5 ounces 
and measured 18 inches long. ^ 

Kevin Kendrick '96 and wife, Roxanne, welcomed 
their first child into the world, Carson Frank 
Kendrick, on Father's Day 2003. Additionally, 
Kevin was honored as Young Educator of the Year 
for Orange County Public Schools in Orlando, Fla., 
for 2003-2004. An assistant principal for the past 
four years, he was promoted to principal. '-* 

Rebecca Hester Miller '97 and Coy Miller '98 are 
the proud parents of daughter Laughton Morrow 
Miller born Feb. 6, 2004. Lauren weighed 7 
pounds, 12.5 ounces and measured 20 inches long. 

Tinnie Waterston Weber '97 and her husband. 
Rich, are pleased to announce the birth of Andrew 
James Costas Weber, born June 7, 2003. ^^ 

Julie Ehlers-King '98 gave birth to son Ethan 
Samuel on Sept. 5, 2003, which is also Julie's birth- 
day. Her ordination to ministry in the Lutheran 
Church, originally scheduled for Sept. 7, was post- 
poned since Ethan was born a month before the 
due date resulting in the first ordination postponed 
due to a baby's arrival. Julie's ordination took place 
on Oct. 26. She currently serves as associate pastor 
at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd in 
Douglasville, Ga. ^^ 

Monica Flores '99 gave birth to a beautiful baby 
boy named Gabriel Andres Arguello on Sept. 29, 
2003. Gabriel is her first child and Monica is enjoy- 
ing her new role as mom. She has worked with the 
Xerox Corporation for 1 years and serves as a 
financial analyst for the Latin American 
Organization in Stamford, Conn. '^ 



Heather Ringer Martin '01 and Kevin Martin '01 
share a picture of their future Oglethorpe freshman. 



Ashlyn. 



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Wedded Bliss 

Brian Sweeney '95 was surrounded by friends and 
family, as he married Joyce Anderson in the 
Bahamas on Nov. 8, 2003. The newlyweds returned 
to their Washington, D.C., home just in time for 
Thanksgiving. ^^ 

Melanie Peerboom '96 and Bryan Hevron (graduate 
of the University of Texas at Arlington) were mar- 
ried on Sept. 13, 2003 at St. Paul's Catholic 
Church in St. Petersburg, Fla. The couple honey- 
mooned in San Francisco and Yosemite. They cur- 
rently reside in St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Marie Heflin '99 and Michael Shirley were married 
on Nov. 8, 2003 at First Presbyterian Church in 
Atlanta. They honeymooned in Hawaii, and are 
looking forward to their new life together. 

Reagan Fisher '01 and Mark Wyssbrod were mar- 
ried on Oct. 25, 2003 in Alpharetta, Ga. Recent 
graduates Tracy Kelley '0 1 and Nancy Baumgarten 
'99 were bridesmaids. For their honeymoon, 
Reagan and Mark spent a wonderful week on a 
cruise in the Caribbean. The couple currently 
resides in the Alpharetta area. ^5 

Christopher John Rylands 01 recently married 
Traci L. MuUer of Fayetteville, Ga., on Aug. 16, 
2003. Chris is currently in law school at Vanderbilt 
University. The couple currently lives in Nashville 
but hopes to return to Atlanta when Chris com- 
pletes law school. "' 



Anne Henry '02 and John Ellington 01 were mar- 
ried on May 17, 2003 at Zion Farms in Rome, Ga. 
For their honeymoon getaway, they spent two spec- 
tacular weeks in Ireland. They currently live in 
Atlanta and are both auditors at Big Four account- 



ing firms. 



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Class Notes 

The Rev. John Flanigen '50 assists with Sunday 
services and alternate preaching at the Episcopal 
Church of the Good Samaritan. He also makes sev- 
eral pastoral ministry calls every afternoon. He is 
enjoying the large congregation, which is a totally 
new experience for him. 

Shelly Godkin '52 retired from Colorado State 
University after 17 years as the founding and only 
manager of the University Club at CSU. President 
Al Yates awarded Shelly a special service award 
before his retirement, and the alumni association 
recognized him as an honorary alumnus. Some 200 
attendees gathered at his Jan. 28, 2004, retirement 
reception to thank him for his dedicated services. 
He and wife Aloma will continue to reside in Fort 
Collins but look forward to traveling and playing 
tennis. ^^ 

Robert "Bob" F. Moskowitz '52 is the 2004 
inductee into the media wing of the Virginia Sports 
Hall of Fame. After 30 years as a reporter and 
columnist for the Daily Press of Newport News, he 
becomes the 19th state media member inducted, 
the second from Newport News. Bob received his 
M.A. from the University of Missouri School of 
Journalism. He served as president of the Virginia 
Sports Writers Association in 1970, and is a former 
president of the Peninsula Sports Club. Covering 
Super Bowls VII and XVII, the 1970 NCAA 
Basketball Final Four, and the American Legion 
Baseball World Series in 1959 and 1962 are among 
Bob's career high points. 



The Rev. Nancy Frazier "56 retired from the 
University of Iowa in December 200 1 . In 
December 2003, she retired as interim pastor at 
Maryville Friends (Quaker) Church, in Maryville, 
Tenn. After her second retirement, she returned to 
her hometown of Cedartown, Ga., to live in a log 
house in Polk County. 

William Foster '58 served as the official delegate 
representing Oglethorpe University at the 
Presidential Inauguration of Evans P. Whitaker, 
12th President of Anderson College, in Greenville, 
S.C., on Oct. 3, 2003. Bill enjoyed the opportunity 
and even volunteered to do it again lor another col- 
lege in his area in the future. Bill also kept busy vol- 
unteering as Stage Manager for a Thornton Wilder 
production at his church. ''-' 

Patricia Daniel Palmer Kapphahn '59 and her hus- 
band. Dr. Paul Kapphahn, own and direct a coun- 
seling center in Dunwoody, Ga., where they each 
maintain a private psychotherapy practice for cou- 
ples in relationship counseling. 

Russell Eisenman '62 is assistant professor of psy- 
chology at the University of Texas-Pan American, a 
Hispanic-serving university near the Mexican bor- 
der. Recently, he has published journal articles, 
received good student evaluations for his teaching, 
and has been chosen associate editor of the Journal 
of Evolutionary Psychology and senior fellow of the 
Institute of Ethics and Critical Thinking. 

Hernando Pantigoso '62 has lived in Costa Rica for 
the last 29 years. He has three sons, Hernando Jr. 
(Ripon College '92), Jose Antonio (Quincy College 
'93) and Rafael (Kansas State University '94), and 
two grandchildren, who all live in Costa Rica. 
Hernando was ranked fourth in Costa Rican tennis. 
Although he is now retired from competition, he 
still plays and gives the younger players a run for 
their money. 



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Sandra Danneman Rich '66 retired after 30 years of 
teaching in public and private schools. Recently, she 
and her husband, Stephen, moved to Chapel Hill, 
N.C., fulfilling a retirement dream. They have a 
grandson who lives with their children in Sydney, 
Australia, and have another grandchild on the way. 

Nancy Charnley Welty '67 began working in collec- 
tion support at the public library in Lawrenceville, Ga. 

Robert Danner '69 was elected president of the 
Northwestern Mutual Managing Directors 
Association headquartered in Milwaukee, Wis. Rob 
is the managing director of the Northwestern 
Mutual Financial Network office in Macon, Ga. 
Rob has been a Million Dollar Round Table Life 
and Qualifying Member for over 20 years. He has 
been President of both the Macon Estate Planning 
Council and the Macon Chapter of the Society of 
CLUs and ChFCs. '-'^ 



The Rev. Thom Davies '75 is still a United States 
Army chaplain now serving at the National 
Training Center, Ft. Irwin, Calif Thom is in his 
20th year and planning at least another 10. 

The Rev. Hugh Strickland '75 was consecrated as a 
Bishop of the Anglican Church International in 
Fayetteville, Ariz., on Feb. 22, 2004. Serving the 
area since 1991, Rev. Strickland is chaplain of St. 
Clare's Anglican Chapel and campus ministry and a 
health care chaplain for a local adolescent treatment 
facility. He was previously a lay chaplain to the 
University of Arkansas for the Episcopal Church 
and a pastoral and office assistant at St. Andrew's 
Episcopal Church, Rogers. 

Lynne Bilzing Parriott '77 married on June 15, 
2002, and had a wonderful honeymoon in Turkey. 
Lynne has a new business. Pattering Paws, a full 
service dog walking and pet care firm. 



Dr. Louis E. Rossman '69 a specialist in endodon- 
tics, in Center City Philadelphia, and clinical pro- 
fessor of endodontics in the School of Dental 
Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, was 
elected as treasurer for the American Association of 
Endodontists in May 2004. Louis and his wife Val 
have two children - Alexis, age 20, and Benjamin, 
age 14. They reside in Bala Cynwyd, Pa. 

Donald J. Simon '69 has moved to Veto Beach, 
Fla., with his family and has relocated his company, 
Simon Financial Company, there also. 

Gordon W. Love, Jr. '71 has retired from the 
Atlanta Housing Authority after 32 years of service. 

Marcy Mantlet Ford '72 is married with two chil- 
dren, ages 12 and 13. Marcy has moved to 
Sharpsburg, Ga., and is a substitute teacher. 



Stacey M. Roman '79 writes to say the Roman fam- 
ily is doing great in Southern California! 

Charles "Chuck" Nicholas '82 accepted the position 
of associate director for procurement at Vanderbilt 
University in February 2004. Charles and his family 
are in the process of relocating from northern 
Kentucky to Nashville, Tenn. 

Ellen Heckler O-Herlihy '82 is a paraprofessional in 
the elementary school in which her daughter, 
Kiernan, attends kindergarten. Her husband, Mike, 
is a residential real estate appraiser and recently 
passed his State of Connecticut broker's test. On a 
sad note, her sister, Anne, passed away on May 16, 
2004 in Atlanta at the age of 52. Better known as 
Annie, she had been a resident of Atlanta since 
1969 and was the owner of Buckhead's Annie 
Carlyle Ltd., makers of custom design bridal gowns 
and accessories. 




Jay A. Azriel '84 finished his doctorate in entrepre- 
neurship and strategic management and lives with 
his wife and children on the edge of torando alley 
in Bloomington-Normal, 111. Elan Alexander arrived 
on Sept. 2. Brother Jacob, age 3, is adjusting to 
being dethroned as an only child. 

Susan Butler Allison '87 is the director of opera- 
tions for the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Atlanta, 
a nonprofit organization providing financial and 
other assistance to families in crisis. Susan enjoys 
meeting Oglethorpe students from Alpha Phi 
Omega and Circle K, who come to the Community 
Outreach Center to volunteer. 

Sue Astley '87 was named a board member for 
Sophia Academy, a Christian school designed for 
children with learning disabilities. Sue is a longtime 
educator and currently assistant headmaster at St. 
Martin's Episcopal School. Over the years, she has 
been both an elementary and middle school princi- 
pal as well as an adjunct education instructor at 
Brenau College and Oglethorpe University. 

Leah Hughes '88 gladly claims her latest degree from 
Queens University, her terminal degree in poetry. 
Her advisor, Alan Michael Parker from Davidson 
College, proved to be the professor for whom 
Oglethorpe professors Linda Taylor, Bill Brightman 
and Vicky Weiss set the standard and she thanks 
them all. Leah plans a small break before throwing 
herself into publishing her first book of poetry, cur- 
rently titled "shh . . you're scaring me." ^^ 

Robert (Bob) J. Swanson, Jr. '88 has been named 
bookstore manager at the State University of West 
Georgia. Bob has 20 years of college bookstore 
experience, most recently serving for the past 14 
years as the marketing representative for MBS 
Textbooks Inc., one of the largest textbook whole- 
salers in the United States. 



Kim Rouleau Truett '88 and Chuck Truett '88 write 
that Zak is now 8 years old and Erika is 6. Kim is 
co-chair of the Board of Directors for the Institute 
of Security and Open Methodologies (ISECOM) 
which is a nonprofit, international research initia- 
tive dedicated to defining standards in security 
testing and business integrity testing. — 

Gregory Ray '89, a board certified pathologist, has 
been appointed Associate Medical Director of 
CryoLife. 

Dominic Ciavatta, Ph.D. '91 is currently complet- 
ing postdoctoral work in pathology at UNC Chapel 
Hill School of Medicine and helped organize 
"Careers 2004: Get Networking!," the fourth Annual 
Postdoc Symposium held there on May 25, 2004. 
Dominic invited OU faculty member Dr. Dan 
Schadler to participate as a panel member discussing 
career opportunities at liberal arts colleges. Dr. 
Schadler enjoyed the experience reporting that the 
symposium was very well organized and attended. 

Cheryl Ritzel '91 has published a novel entitled 
"Beginner's Luck," which she has been signing 
around the Atlanta area. 

Andrea Spencer Shelton '91 and Joe Shelton '91 
founded HeartBound Ministries Inc. in 2003 along 
with Andrea's sister, Jan Spencer. This Christian 
outreach ministry seeks to support prison chaplains 
and may be the first "adopt-a-prison" program in 
Georgia. The program is based on their belief that 
chaplaincy and faith-based initiatives have the 
strongest capacity for positively influencing inmate 
behavior and reducing return-to-prison rates. They 
also started an email petition campaign in support 
of prison chaplains resulting in over 2,900 signa- 
tures delivered to Gov. Perdue. 



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Susan "Chris" Bray '94 currently works at Holy 
Trinity Parish (Episcopal) in Decatur, Ga. As minis- 
ter to children and youth, Chris oversees all 
Christian education programs for infants (nursery) 
through high school seniors. 

Mary Catherine Cutcliffe '94 has returned home to 
Birmingham, Ala., where she is the Festival 
Manager for the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival. 
Her sociology degree, countless hours working in 
the Oglethorpe theatre department, participation in 
campus leadership and parrying like a rock star have 
prepared her to be in charge of one of the top 10 
film festival destinations in the country, as listed on 
FilmThreat.com and in Film Festival Today magazine. 

Chris McDufFie '94 is going through supervision in 
order to obtain an LPC license (Licensed 
Professional Counselor). 

Juliane Franek Sorchy '94, and husband Dr. Paul 
Sorchy II, were featured in Men's Fitness Magazine 
(March 2004). The issue includes a four page article 
on their company, Lord's Gym, including a full- 
page color photo of the husband and wife team. 

Marge Ramos '95 recently accepted a new position 
at Sybase Corporation in Dublin, Ca. Previously, 
she served as a corporate human resource analyst for 
six years at The Coca-Cola Co. after being hired as 
an intern during her senior year at OU. She then 
pursued a master's degree in information systems 
management at the Keller Graduate School of 
Management. In her spare time, she is an avid 
motorcyclist and works occasionally for AMA Pro 
Racing, the professional motorcycle road racing 
series in the United States. Marge also organizes 
rides, track days and social events for the Georgia 
Sportbike Association. 

Michael Thomas '95 and Melissa King Thomas '95 
just celebrated the first birthday of their youngest 
son, Austin. Their oldest, Andrew, started kinder- 



garten this year and will be 5 at the end of 
December. Michael has an M.B.A. from Michigan 
State University and is working in financial risk 
management for DTE Energy. Melissa is a stay-at- 
home mom enjoying the trials and tribulations of 
two boys. ^^ 

James S. Jaehnig '97 is stationed at Misawa AB, 
Japan. James works as the operations/tactics officer 
for classified reconnaissance flights of the EP-3E 
aircraft conducted in the USPACOM area of 
responsibility. 

Michael Kelly '97 currently teaches eighth grade 
language arts in Florida. 

Tomika Powell-Holcomb '97 was a dean's Scholar 
in the Class of 2004 and earned her master's in 
social work at the University of Southern 
California. Tomika separated from the Air Force last 
August, but is still a Lt. in the Reserves. ^^ 

Randy Roberson '97 was recently named to the 
Board of Directors of the Wesley Foundation at the 
University of Maryland. The foundation is the cam- 
pus ministry of the United Methodist Church. In 
addition to his full-time job as coordinator of 
Maryland's Center for American Politics and 
Citizenship, Randy is director of music at 
Woodside United Methodist Church in Silver 
Spring. He is also working on his master's in public 
management in Maryland's School of Public Affairs. 

Randy Everette '98 spent five years in Manchester, 
Ga., as a minister of children and youth and has 
moved on to seminary to pursue a master's of divin- 
ity. His classes began in January 2004 at Fuller 
Theological Seminary in Colorado Springs, Colo., 
and will continue for the next three years. 

Karen Head '98 earned her doctorate in English 
from the University of Nebraska. She has been an 
instructor in the English department, the coordina- 




tor of the Alpha Learning Community Progtam, 
the coordinator of the Writing Assistance Center, 
and a member of the editorial staff for the 
acclaimed literary journal Prairie Schooner. Honors 
received include a university teaching award in 
2003, an Othmer Fellow, an American Association 
of University Women Fellow, and the Gaffney Prize 
for Poetry. Her dissertation won the 2004 Karen 
Dunning Graduate Award in Women's Studies and 
her poetry has been published in journals and 
anthologies. Her first poetry collection, "Shadow 
Boxes," was released in October 2003 by All 
Nations Press. 

Carletta S. Hurt '98 was selected to serve as an 
adult advisor for the Hands On Atlanta Youth 
Service Advisory Board and serves as the executive 
director for Miss Black Georgia USA, a nonprofit 
entity designed to develop, celebrate, and assist with 
the educational goals of African-American women. 
In addition, she runs her own business, Blu Topaz 
Inc. - Educational Consulting, and has been select- 
ed to present "Transitioning from High School to 
College" at the 2004 Talented Youth Development 
Inc. Teen College Retreat and Tour for Girls. 

Jenny Jedrychowski '98 is currently teaching first 
grade at St. Jude School, a private Catholic school 
in Chattanooga, Tenn. She is also teaching Spanish 
lessons. 

Kim Fowler Kerstann '98 completed her doctorate 
in genetics and molecular biology from Emory 
University in 2003. Kim is currently conducting 
research as a postdoctoral fellow with the Division 
of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics, a branch of 
the National Cancer Institute in Washington, DC. 

Kim Phillips Sasso '98 former alumni services coor- 
dinator, and her husband, Nick, opened Nick's 
Pizza Stop in Grantville, Ga., and have already bro- 
ken the sales record of both previous owners. Kim 
manages "the front of the house, ' distributes a 



newsletter to her customers, and is developing a city 
guide and community Web site featuring local busi- 
nesses. Kim also provides contract-based adminis- 
trative services to other small businesses, serves as 
chair of the Grantville Historic Preservation 
Commission, and is researching the history of her 
over 1 00-year-old home and storefront. The couple 
is also working on a cookbook featuring recipes 
served at medieval banquets. 

Aimee Thrasher-Hanson '98 lives in NYC with her 
husband, Micah, and their dog, Zero. Aimee is cur- 
rently pursuing a master's in library science and 
works in the interlibrary loan department at 
Columbia University. 

Jeanee Ledoux '99 is writing a decorating book 
specifically for young adults renting apartments and 
living in dorms. The book will be published by 
Sterling Publishing, NYC, in spring 2005. When 
Jeanee is not working on this project, she works as a 
freelance editor for clients like the University of 
Georgia Press and Better Homes and Gardens 
Books. 

Heather Cordeiro DeGrave 00 received her law 
degree from Georgetown University Law Center in 
May 2004. While at Georgetown she was a member 
of the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics and of the 
Alternative Dispute Resolution Team. She also 
worked for one semester as an intern in the office of 
Congresswoman Katherine Harris, who is the repre- 
sentative for Heather's new hometown, Sarasota, Fla. 

Ryan Goudelocke 00 received his master's degree in 
mass communications from Louisiana State 
University in May and is a first year law student 
there as well. 

Tina Stults '00 celebrated her fift:h anniversary with 
Stein Communications. She began the year as direct 
marketing manager in the newly formed direct mar- 
keting division. She now oversees the development 



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of all direct mail and HTML email campaigns, 
including creative conception, production, and ful- 
fillment. Tina began with Stein as an editorial 
intern when she was a student at Oglethorpe. Upon 
graduating, she worked as a Web content manager 
for three years and then as direct mail manager. 

Daniel Sobczak 01 was promoted to a department 
supervisor with Home Depot in July 2002, and is 
currently in charge of the front end at the Lilburn 
store. He has also recently started substitute teach- 
ing at his former high school, Shiloh High School, 
in Snellville, as well as at J.E. Richards Middle 
School in Lawrenceville. Daniel currently lives in 
Snellville. 

Shahara Henley-Ruth '02 has written a new book 
of poetry entitled "From the Poet to the People" 
that was released in January 2004. Her play, 
"House of Iron," which made its debut at 
Oglethorpe in 2002, is also touring. 

David Jenkins '02 and Megan Wallace Jenkins '02 
are moving to Edinburgh, Scotland where Megan 
will pursue her masters in International Economics 
and Finance at the University of Edinburgh. 

Vera Veasley Redwine '02 is pleased to announce 
that she has retired from The Coca-Cola Company 
after 33 years. 

Kimberly Watkins '02 is currendy in a guidance 
counseling program at State University of West 
Georgia. She worked as a waitress and preschool 
teacher while planning her wedding. 




digital approaches he applies. He is delighted to see 
how his training in studio art classes at Oglethorpe 
forms a strong foundation for his new endeavors. ^5 

Nihat Ozer '03 has spent considerable time volun- 
teering on technology projects at the Northside 
Youth Organization (NYO) since graduation. Over 
the past 50 years, the NYO has provided recreation- 
al athletic opportunities to approximately 2,000 
children from the city of Atlanta and Fulton 
County. Recently, Nihat completed the most exten- 
sive information technology update in the organiza- 
tion's history. By constructing an online program 
that brings NYO registration to the Web, Nihat 
reduced the amount of volunteer work needed by 
the organization by about 1,000 hours a year. 

Laura Rafter 03 works for the engineering consult- 
ing firm Newcomb & Boyd in Atlanta. She is a 
mechanical engineer who designs HVAC (heating, 
ventilating, and air conditioning) systems for labo- 
ratory buildings. 



Nobles Green '03 has entered an intensive medical 
illustration program which he is enjoying immense- 
ly. Although thoroughly learning to use digital tools 
such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, Nobles is 
amazed at how the preliminary drawing determines 
a project's outcome. A strong grasp of traditional 
drawing and techniques is necessary no matter what 



In Memoriam 

Oglethorpe University expresses sympathy to the 
famiUes and friends of the following university 
alumni, former faculty member, and Board of 
Trustee member: 

Gladys Crisler Garner '24 on April 30, 2004. 

White Kellam Mahone '24 on March 8, 2004. 

George A. Murphy '27 on Nov. 30, 2003. 

Ruth Brooke Sundt '29 on April 29, 2004. 

Emma Gates Nottingham '34 in February 2004. 

Dr. Morris E. Capilouto '35 on Feb. 21, 2003. 

John S. Collier '35 on May 28, 2003. 

Sarah A. Bradshaw '36 in June 2003. 

Sydney Klein Davis '36 on Jan. 22, 2004. 

J. Norman Clark '38 on May 23, 2004. 

Thomas W. Daniel '38 on Jan. 9, 2004. 

Geraldine Wisenbaker Ridings '38 on Nov. 30, 2003. 

Odette Guthrie Blumensaadt '39 on Dec. 29, 2003. 

Wilson P. Franklin '39 on Aug. 4, 2004. 

Marguerite Garner '39 on Oct. 18, 2003. 

Ed Schwabe, Sr. '39 on Nov. 24, 2003. 

Mary Call Smith '39 on Sept. 15, 2003. 

Francis M. Tillman '39 on March 10, 2004. 

Iva Garden Blissitt '46 on Sept. 24, 2003. 

Samuel M. Hirsch '50 on March 24, 2004. 

Paul G. Sheppard, Jr. '50 on March 17, 2004 

Virgil E. Tritt '50 on Nov. 9, 2003. 

Pat Mueller Walichowski '51 in September 2003. 

Betty Brumbelow O'Quinn '53 on Jan. 5, 2004. 



The Rev. Dr. R. Quinn Pugh, Sr. '54 on Feb. 13, 2004. 

Mary Rhodes Bagwell '55 on Jan. 16, 2004. 

Dr. Charles "Chuck" A. Carpenter '55 on April 1 1 , 2004. 

D. Sue Lewis '56 on Feb. 27, 2004. 

Robert W Styron '58 on Feb. 29, 2004. 

Frank L. Simmons, Jr. '59 on Oct. 13, 2003. 

Lawrence "Larry" J. Bakes '69 in May 2004. 

Richard "Rick" K. Hall '71 on Aug. 5, 2003. 

Howard "Kip" A. Becker '74 on April 12, 2004. 

John R Trevaskis '74 on Feb. 13, 2004. 

Wynell Scott Christy '75 on Feb. 1, 2004. 

Elizabeth "Becky" Fincher Strange '75 on Jtme 20, 2003. 

Thomas V. Hopper '76 on Aug. 12, 2003. 

Clair "Ed" Smith Kirkpatrick '80 on April 6, 2004. 

Margaret "Peggy" Nix '99 on April 11, 2004. 

Former Faculty Member: 

Dr. Nancy Pence Groseclose on Feb. 12, 2004. 

Former Oglethorpe Board of Trustees Member: 

Robert "Bob" P Forrestal on May 25, 2004. 




Left to Rigtit: Bill Carter '59, Carolyn Morris Frazier '59, Janne Jolly 
Lane '59, Pat Daniel Kappahn '59, Sydney Mobley Moss '59 and 
Floyd Hopkins '59 



Class of 1959 Reunites! 

Members of the '59 class assembled to reminisce on 
a cool crisp April evening in the Great Hall and the 
O.K. Sheffield Alumni Suite in Hearst Hall. Class 
members sampled appetizers and cocktails courtesy 
of committee member Bill Carter while enjoying 
music from the '50s and '60s provided by commit- 
tee member Floyd Hopkins. 

Sydney and Jack Moss along with Pat Kapphahn 
made certain the occasion was festive by providing 
photos, posters and yearbooks. Special guests 
included Elgin and Muriel MacConnell, President 
Larry Large, and Sid and Anne Barbanel, who trav- 
eled all the way from Florida to attend. The 
reunion events drew to a close with a campus tour 
that included the newly renovated university 
archives, a Sunday Brunch and a visit to the 
Oglethorpe University Museum of Art to view 
"The Flying Mystics of Tibetan Buddhism" exhibit. 




New Alumni Suite 
Honors O.K. Sheffield 

On April 30, 2004, the new O.K. Sheffield Alumni 
Suite in Hearst Hall was formally dedicated during 
the Board of Trustees' luncheon meeting. Board 
Chairman Warren Jobe and OU National Alumni 
Board President Diane Baker '77 presided over the 
dedication. In years past, the room has served as 
President Thornwell Jacobs' office and later as a 
popular gathering spot for male students visiting 
female students who resided on the second floor of 
Hearst Hall during the '50s. 

During his introductory comments, Mr. Jobe 
praised Sheffield's continued vision to ensure there 
would always be a strong alumni presence on the 
Oglethorpe campus. "Today we make this space the 
official alumni 'living room' on campus — a space 
to hold meetings, book club gatherings, social func- 
tions, reunion activities and a few seminar classes as 
well." Diane Baker presented Sheffield with a key to 
the room and he ceremoniously opened the room 
for guests to view the new decor and memorabilia. 




Members of the National Alumni Board surround O.K. St)effleld '53 
during the dedication of the O.K. Sheffield Alumni Suite. 

On March 7, 2004, 32 alumni attended a breakfast 
at the Buckhead Club. Dr. Large gave a presenta- 
tion and update on school activities. Each alum 
walked away with an admissions CD and a new 
OU logo coffee mug. The Eggs & OU breakfast 
will become a regular alumni event with a 
variety of guest speakers and networking 
possibilities. For more information 
on our next Eggs & OU breakfast, 
see www.oglethorpe.edu 
(keyword: eggs). 



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honors 






Honor Roll of Donors 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Miss Louise H. Bode '33 


Mr Timothy P. Tassopoulos '81 


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The gifts of all donors listed in ttie 


($1,000 - $2,499): 


Mr Robert E. Bowden '66 


Tull Charitable Foundation 




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reported were received by Oglethorpe 


English philanthropist General 


Mr Franklin L. Burke '66 


Mr Oscar Clarence Walton '22* 


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University in the period between July 1, 


Oglethorpe was the founder of the 


Ms. Margaret 0. Y. Chin '87 


Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation 


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2003 and June 30. 2004. The entire 


American colony of Georgia and is the 


Coca-Cola Enterprises 




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university community thanks each of 


university's namesake. 


The Community Foundation 


Thomwell Jacobs Society 






these donors for his/her/their continued 




of Greater Atlanta 


Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 6 


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interest and support. 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr John A. Conant '92 (H) 


Chick-fil-A, Inc. 


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-($500 -$999) 


The Estate of Miriam H,"Bimby" 


The Coca-Cola Company 


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Key: 


Sidney Lanier, Class of 1860, was 


Conant '92* (H) 


The Estate of Fredrick S. Daiger III '38 


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{H)= Honorary Degree 


Oglethorpe's most distinguished alum- 


Mr. Charles G. DeNormandie III '96 


Florence C. English Memorial Fund 






' = Deceased 


nus from the antebellum period and an 


Mr. Earl Dolive 


Federated Department Stores 


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A = Supported the Oglethorpe 


acclaimed poet musician and essayist 


Mr. Norman P. Findley III 


Foundation 






University Museum of Art 




John and Mary Franklin Foundation 


Mr Wilson R Franklin '39 


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§ = Supported Oglethorpe 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mr. Henry R. Frieman '36* 


Mrs. Martha Sibley George '51 




University athletic progranri 


($300 - $499) 


Georgia Foundation for Independent 


Mr W. Elmer George '40 § 






e = Supported the Oglethorpe 


Mr Thomas and Mr Whitehead, with 


Colleges 


Georgia Power Company 






Women's Network 


the support of Chattanooga business- 


Dr Joel Goldberg '00 (H) 


Mr J. Lewis Glenn '71 






t = Charter member of the 


man John I Lupton, launched what 


Mrs. Gayle Burch Gower '68 


Mr William R. Goodell 






Nescit Cedere Society 


ultimately became a nationwide Coca- 


Mr William How/ell Gower '68 


Harold Hirsch Scholarship Foundation 






~~ Cola bottling system. This sound busi- 


Mr James J. Hagelow 69 


Dr Kenneth K. Hutchinson la 






Giving Levels 


ness venture led to Mr Lupton 's gener- 


Mrs. Jesse S. Hall 9 


Mary Jane Kohler Foundation 






Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


ous support of Oglethorpe 


Mr. Glaus M. Halle* 


Dr Larry D. Large §A 






($10,000 and above): 




The Halle Foundation 


Mrs. Marsha L. Large §a 






Phoebe Hearst Hall on the Oglethorpe 


Society of 1835 


Mr. Harald R. Hansen 


Ray M. and Mary Elizabeth Lee 






campus honors Phoebe Apperson 


\($120 - $299): 


Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartlage '65 


Foundation 






Hearst mother of publisher William 


The original charter for Oglethorpe 


Mr James V. Hartlage, Jr '65 


MrRogerA. Littell'68 






Randolph Hearst 


University was granted in 1835 OU's 


Mr Warren Y Jobe §a 


Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell '68 






long tradition of excellence in education 


Mr David L. Kolb 


Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 




Thomwell Jacobs Society 


now dates almost 1 70 years. 


Mr Stephen E. Malone '73 


Mrs. Clare "Tia" Findley Magbee '56 9 






($5,000 - $9,999): 




Mr Robert Nardelli 


Mr James R. Magbee 9 






Thomwell Jacobs was the driving force 


Black and Gold Club 


Milton M. Ratner Foundation 


Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc. 






behind the revival of Oglethorpe 


($1 -$119): 


EstateofM.A.Rikard'37* 


Mr Bob T Nance '63 






University in 1913. He served as presi- 


Worn with pride by students and alum- 


Mr Fred Robey '97 


Mr R. D. Odom 




dent for nearly three decades and insti- 


ni, black and gold are the official colors 


Dr J. Mack Robinson '95 (H) 


Mr John J. Scalley 




tuted a number of signature programs 


of Oglethorpe University. 


J. Mack Robinson Foundation 


Schultz Foundation, Inc. 




that still exist today 




John R Salamone Memorial Foundation 


Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel '86 








James Edward Oglethorpe Circle 


Mrs. Jeanne Fuller Schmidt '42 AS 


Mr 0. K. Sheffield, Jr '53 






Philip Weltner Society 


Recognizes those leadership donors 


Mr Stephen J. Schmidt '40 a 


Mr Arnold B. Sidman a 




($2.500 -$4,999): 


who provide annual and/or capital sup- 


The Sledge Foundation 


Mrs. TobyAnne Sidman a 




Philip Weltner follov/ed Jacobs as pres- 


port greater than $1,000. 


SunTmst Directed Funds: Florence C. 


Ms. Janice McNeal Smith '98 §a 




ident from 1944-1953. He introduced 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


and Harry L. English Memorial Fund, 


Mr and Mrs. Stephen E Smith 




the "Oglethorpe Idea, " a forerunner to 


Mr.J. Frederick Agel.Sr. '52 a 


Harriet McDaniel Marshall Trust, and 


Turner Foundation, Inc. 




the Core Curriculum. 


Assistance League of Atlanta 
iBCES Foundation 


Walter H, and Marjory M. Rich 
Memorial Fund 










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honor ro ll of donors 



Nescit Cedere Society 

Created in 1995, the Nescit Cedere 
Society honors those individuais who 
have inciuded the university in their 
estate plans. 

Anonymous (1 2) 
Mr. G. Douglass Alexander '68 
Ms. Susan Harnnan Alou '84 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles R. Arp (Yetty 

Levenson '68)t 
Mr. and Mrs. Ted D. Bayley (Ellen 

KInsey) '5B/'57 
Ms. Judith M. Becker 
Mrs. Frances Norman Block '38 
Mr Frederick Boswell '24 
Mr and Mrs. Franklin L. Burke '66t 



Ms. Mary Williams Cazalas '54t 

Mr and Mrs. Arthur W. Chandler 

Ms. Terry Tribbet Davis '82 

Mr and Mrs. Joseph W. Dennis '69 

Mr and Mrs. Paul L. Dillinghamt 

Dr and Mrs. Harold Dcsterf 

Mr H. Lynn Dmry '63 

Mr and Mrs. William A. Emersonf 

Mr Wilson P. Franklin '39*t 

Mr David C. Garrett, Jr '99 (H)t 

Mr. George E. Goodwin 

Mr. and Mrs, Charles Edward Brcdnax 

Hansellt 
Karen Head '98 

Dr and Mrs. Don Henry (Barbara)'83 
Mr Thomas G, Hood '78t 
Mr Thomas P Hunter '43t 



Ms. Rebecca Harbor Jones '62t 
Mr and Mrs. J. Smith Lanier 
Mr Wilfred J. LeBlanc '61 
Mr Louis T Lombardy '69 
Dr Jay Lutz 
Mr and Mrs. Barry Lynch 

(Belle Turner '61 )t 
Ms. Gail Lynn '77t 
Mr and Mrs. Henry F McGillt 
Mr John Meacham '42 
Ms. Jeannette Bentley Moon '38 
Mr and Mrs. Jack Moss (Sydney 

Mobley '59) 
Ms. Elizabeth Ward Pearce '66 
Dr Guerrant Perrow '40 
Dr and Mrs. TTiomas W. Phillips '63t 
Mr William Plowden, Jr '67 



Mr Timothy Randall Roberson '97 
Mr and Mrs. Fred Robey '97 
Mr and Mrs. Jeff Roesch '69 
Ms. Rhett Pinson Sanders '43 
Mr and Mrs. Eric Scharff '63t 
Mr and Mrs. Stephen J. Schmidt 

(Jeanne Fuller) '40/'42 1 
Drs. William and Patricia Shropshire 
Ms. Anne Rivers Siddons '91 (H) t 
Dr Joseph A. Soldati '61 
Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 
Ms. Penney Wells Spencer '48 
Dr and Mrs. Donald S. Stanton '99 (H) 
Mr and Mrs. Morris Tubesing '95t 
Mr Daniel Uffner '51 



Philip Weltner Society 

Mr G. Douglass Alexander '68 

Mr John 8. Ball '71 

Mrs. Mary Crockett Ball '72 

BellSouth Corporation 

Mr and Mrs. Howell Breedlove '57 

Ms. Terry Tribbet Davis '82 

Dekalb Council for the Arts 

Mrs. Margaret Conant Dickson 6 

Mr Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr '78 

Ms. Jeanie F Flohr '99 

Flohr Family Foundation 

Mr Claude Spencer Godfrey, Jr '98 

Sarah Spencer Godfrey Charitable Trust 

Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 

Mr Donald R. Henry '83 

Mr Thomas G. Hood '78 

The Estate of Eugene W. Ivy '49' 

Marshall, Harriet McDaniell Trust 

MBNA 

Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss '59 

Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance 

Walter and Marjory Rich Fund 

Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith '70 

Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 

Dr William F Straley 



SunTrust Bank, Atlanta 
SYSCO Corporation 

James Edward Oglethorpe Society 

Anonymous 

Ms. Elsie L. Abler 

Dr J. Frederick Agel.Jr '72 

Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken '66 

Dr William C. Aitken '64 

American Express Philanthropic 

Program 
Dr Chris Ames 
Dr Jeffrey D. Amett 
Ms. A. Diane Baker '77 
Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen '61 
Mr Gordon C. Bynum '50 
Mr Herman L. Campbell '39 
Mr and Mrs. Harry Caray Jr 
Dr S. Truett Cathy '97 (H) 
Ms. Pin Pin Chau 
Mr. Kenneth S. Chestnut 
Mr Milton C. Clipper 
Mr Rowland Cocks 
Community Club Management, Inc. 
Mr James M. Cook, Sr '79 
Mr Roger Couch '61 
Mr Robert B. Currey '66 



Mrs. Suzanne Straub Currey '65 
Mr. Joseph W. Dennis '69 § 
Mrs, MonaTekin Diamond 
Mr Paul L. Dillingham 
Frances and Beverly Dubose 

Foundation 
Mr Elmo I. Ellis '95 (H) 
Mr Christopher P B. Erckert '86 
Mr and Mrs. John Esterline § 
Mrs. Donna Findling '96 
The First Families of Georgia 
Mrs. Joan Womack Flammer '64 
Mr William J. Flammer '62 
Mr William R. Foster '58 a 
Wilson P and Anne W. Franklin 

Foundation 
JMr Harry R.Frazer '89 § 
Mr David C. Garrett, Jr '99 (H) 
jDr. R. Derrll Gay '62 
j Georgia - Pacific Corporation 
;Mr George E. Goodwin 
Mr Kenneth R Gould '85 
Mr and Mrs, Robert Grathwohl 
Mr Jack Guynn 
Mr James T Hakes 
Mr Q. William Hammack, Jr '73 
Mr Richard A. Hans '87 



Mr& Mrs, Charles Edward Brodnax 

Hansel! 
Mr Robert E. Harman, Jr '76 
Mr Stuart Herman '50 
Mr William J, "Jep" Hogan, Jr '72 
Ms. Veronica M. Holmes '02 
Mr B, Shane Hornbuckle '92 
Mrs. Elizabeth V. Hornbuckle '93 
Mr Hugh M. Inman, Sr 
iMrWayneJ.Jaffie'70 
Dr Lene Balle Jensen '89 
Mr Richard C. Johnson '81 § 
Mr. Robert M. Kane '81 
Mr Gary R. Kleinfield '82 
Mrs. C. Lee Boggus Knippenberg '82 
Dr Joseph M. Knippenberg 
Dr Dale M. Kristle '78 
Mr and Mrs, George H. Lane III 
Mr J. Smith Lanier 
Mr Brent W.Latham '97 
|Mr. Jeffrey B.Levy '81 
Martha and Wilton Looney Foundation 
Mr James R McLain a 
'Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Metcalf, Jr 
Mr William Thayer Mullally '03 
Mr A. A. Neese, Jr § 
Dr Philip J. Neujahr 













Dr. Ken Nishimura 


Class of 1933 


Class of 1939 


Mrs. Ralph Green 


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Mr. Edward E. Noble 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Thornwell Jacobs Society 


Mr. Charies E. Newton 


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Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation 


Miss Louise H. Bode 


Mr Wilson R Franklin* 




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Mr. Tbomas P. O'Connor '67 


Blact< and Gold Club 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Class of 1943 


Dr J. Anthony Parades '61 


Mrs. Isabel Tonks Gray 


Mr. Herman L. Campbell 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


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Mr. David Reynolds Pass '98 




Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr. Keith A. Lane 




Ms. Anita Patterson '97 


Class of 1934 


Mr. Jack Perry 


Society of 1835 


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Dr. Manning M. Pattillo, Jr. '94 (H) 


Black and Gold Club 


Mr. Maclay Salflsberg 


Mrs. Rhett PInson Sanders a 


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Ms. Elizabeth Ward Pearce '66 


Mrs. Marie Caudlll Rogers 


Black and Gold Club 


Black and Gold Club 




Ms. S. Tammy Pearson '86 




Mrs. Eleanor Ivey Lake 


Mrs. Verna Miller Berthelsen 


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Dr. Thomas W. Phillips '63 


Class of 1935 


Mr. Lloyd E. Stein 


Mr. J. Eugene Harris 




Mrs. Adrlna Richard 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr. Francis M. Tillman* 


Mrs. Virginia Wallace Wayne 


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Mr L. Donald Richard 


Ms. Helen Bivings Crawford 








Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 a 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Class of 1940 


Class of 1944 


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Mr. R. Alan Royalty '88 


Mr. Stinson M. Adams, Jr. 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Society of 1835 


Mr. Floyd D. Ruhl '67 


Black and Gold Club 


Mr. Stephen J. Schmidt a 


Mrs. Jane Cannon Smith 




Ryder Systems Charitable Foundation 


Mr. M. Tyus Butler 


Thornwell Jacobs Society 


Black and Gold Club 




The Sallle Mae Fund 


Mrs. Louise Mitchell Hiss 


Mr. W. Elmer George § 


Mrs. Virginia Templln Galley 




Mr. Brian C. Sass '84 




Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr. David E. McCormick 




Mr. Matthew A. Schuster '84 


Class of 1936 


Dr. Guenant H. Perrow 


Dr. Jay McDuffie 




Col. B.W. "Woody" Sellers, Jr. '64 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Society of 1835 


Dr. E. Moss Robertson 




Mrs. Carole George Sellers '63 


Mr. Henry R. Frieman* 


Mrs. Medora Fitten Wallace 






Mr. Ralph Dean Sims § 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Black and Gold Club 


Class of 1945 




Springs industries, Inc. 


Mrs. Claudine Gates Adams 


Mrs. Marguerite McKinney Hart 


Black and Gold Club 




Mrs. Barbara Stanton a 




Mrs. Chariotte G. Ramage 


Mrs. Betty Clark Lafltte 




Or Donald S. Stanton '99 (H)a 


Class of 1937 


Mr. John Craig Williams 


Miss Tommye Mueller 




Subaru of America Foundation 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 




Mrs. Jeanette Anderson Upchurch 




Dr Pamela Tremayne a 


The Estate of M. A. RIkard 


Class of 1941 






Mr. Robert L. Unger § 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Class of 1947 




Mrs. Cathy Appling Vinson '92 


Mr. C. Rex Clar1< 


Maj. James C. McClanahan 


Society of 1835 




Ms. Elizabeth Denece Watts '93 


Black and Gold Club 


Black and Gold Club 


Mrs. Margaret Kerr Hitte 




Dr Victoria Weiss Ae 


Mrs. Martha Carmlchael Dew 


Mrs. Sarah Moore Carver 


Black and Gold Club 




Mr. Raymond S. Wllloch '80 


Mr. William H. Reynolds 


Mr. James Pressley 


Mrs. Dorothy Hooks McDuffie 




Mr. John W. Wuichet '90 


Mr. Ralph W. Thacker 








Mr. John B. Zellars, Jr. '85 




Class of 1942 


Class of 1948 




The Zurich North America Foundation 


Class of 1938 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Sidney Lanier Society 






Thornwell Jacobs Society 


Mrs. Jeanne Fuller Schmidt aO 


Dr.ThomasN. Pirkle 




Alumni Donors by Class 


The Estate of Fredrick S. Daiger III 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Black and Gold Club 




Class of 1922 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Virginia Gleason Salflsberg 


Mr. Joseph G. Cannon 




Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Mrs. Jeannette Bentley Moon 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Mildred C. Daugherty 




Mr. Oscar Clarence Walton* 


Society of 1835 
Mr. Cari N. Clark 


Mrs. Doris Waltrip Johnston 
Mr. John Meacham, Jr., MA '43 


Mrs. Florence Richardson James 




Class of 1930 


Mr. Hugh K. Clement 


Black and Gold Club 


Class of 1949 




Black and Gold Club 




Mr. Angela Fen-ario* 


Philip Weitner Society 




Col. John M. Fain 




Mrs. Clara Copeland Gorman 


The Estate of Eugene W. Ivy 















honor roll of donors 



Sidney Lanier Society 

Mr. Robert L. Boggus, Jr. 

Jolin Ttiomas Lupton Society 

Mr. John R. Smith 

Society of 1835 

Mr. Robert J. Findley 

Dr. James H. Hinson, Jr. 

Mrs. Doris Pickens Hinson 

Mr. Jacl< i. Hosford 

Mrs. Betty Rae Olds Villegas 

Mr. William E. Wright, Jr. 

Blacl< and Gold dub 

Dr. E. Harvey Albea 

Mrs. Joan Robb Butler 

Mr. Leif Georg Haug 

Mrs. Margaret Graham Haug 

Mr.W. RayHolley 

Mrs. Marjorie McClung Holliday 

Mr. John R Knudsen 

Class of 1950 

James Edward Ogletttorpe Society 

Mr. Gordon C. Bynum 

Mr. Stuart Herman 

Sidney Lanier Society 

Mr. Walter V. Slack 

Society of 1835 

Mr. William R. Brown, Jr. 

The Rev. Jotin M. Fianigen, Jr. 

Blacl^ and Gold Club 

Mrs. Alice Callaway Crenshaw; 

Mr. Samuel M. Hirsch, Jr.* 

Class of 1951 

Thornwell Jacobs Society 
Mrs. Martha Sibley George 
Sidney Lanier Society 
Mrs. Rose Simmons Andrews 
Jo/7/7 Thomas Lupton Society 
Mr. S. Bleecker Totten 
Society of 1835 
Mrs. Jane Rand Breunig 
Mrs. Mary Louise MacNeil a 
Mr. Walter H. Tanner, Jr. 
Mr. Daniel L. Uffner, Jr. 



'Black and Gold Club 

Mrs. Jean Robertson Beall 

Rev. Harvey C. Boyd, Sr. 

Mr. Alvin J. Curkin 

Mrs. Jayne Phillips Huybensz 

Mr. Irwin A. Lewis 

Mr. Marvin Packer 

Mrs. Allene Hudgins Petty 

Mrs. Jean Grant Walter 

jMrs. Maryanne Tanner Wilson 

Class of 1952 

Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 
Mr. J. Frederick Agel, Sr. a 
John Thomas Lupton Society 
Col. Sheldon I. Godkin 
Mr. James E. Henderson 
Society of 1835 
Hon. Henry C. Atchison 
Mrs. Jane Cowart Bloemer 
Mrs. Muriel Lewis Bono 
Black and Gold Club 
Mr. Asher I. Benator 
Mrs. Margaret Bell Bloodworth 
Mrs. Jean Horton Henderson 
Mr. Robert F. Moskowitz 
Mr. Joseph T Overton 

Class of 1953 

Thornwell Jacobs Society 
Mr. 0. K. Sheffield, Jr. 
Society of 1835 
Mrs. Gwendolyn Moss Lewis 
Mrs. Alice Wight McDonough 
Mr, Noel A. Ripley 
Mr. Lee A. Wilson 
\Black and Gold Club 
Mr. Sheldon H. Fleitman 
Mrs. Louise Hightower Martin 
Mrs. Marian Marcus Packer 
Mr. Charies V Stone, Jr. 
Mrs. Mary Norman Stone 



Class of 1954 

Society of 1835 

Mrs. Mary Frances Rowland 

Mrs. Barbara Cristal Krasnoff 

Mrs. Cynthia May Spann 

Black and Gold Club 

Dr. Corry Arensbach 

Mrs. Florence Parris Burtz 

Mr. Harold L. Cochran 

Mr. T Michael Murphey 

Mrs. June Cook Murphy-Aldridge 

Miss Dorothy S. Rawlins 

Mr. Robert T Seymour 

Class of 1955 

iSidney Lanier Society 

Mrs. Margaret Woodward Mathewes 

Black and Gold Club 

Mrs. Nona Jones Bell 

Mrs. Sara Steinberg Fine 

Dr. Elizabeth L. Jones-Lukacs 

Mr. Fred A. Miller Jr. 

Mrs, Sybil Sanders Neel 

Mrs. Grace Suder Porter 

Mr. R. M. Reynolds, Jr. 

Class of 1956 

Thornwell Jacobs Society 

Mrs. Clare "Tia" Findley Magbee 9 

Society of 1835 

Dr. Jacqueline Miles Boles 

Mr. Alfred D. Ingersoll 

Mrs. Catherine 0. Ingersoll 

Dr. John D. King 

Col. (Ret.) H. David O'Malie 

Mr. Joe E. White 

Black and Gold Club 

Mrs. Lynn Hallford Banks 

Mrs. Eleanor Coplan Bogart 

JDr.AnnRDelatte 

Mrs. Edith Upchurch Hunt 

Class of 1957 

\PhilipWeltner Society 

Mr. and Mrs. Howell Breedlove 



John Thomas Lupton Society 

Dr. Robert Boyd Oliver 

Society of 1835 

Mr. Lewis B. DeRose 

Miss Caria G. Hancock 

Mr James R Milton 

Mr. Charles R Scott 

Mr. William Charles Smith 

Black and Gold Club 

Mr. Joseph J. Accardi 

Mrs. Marianne McWilliams Dillard 

Mrs. Freida Beatty Duffey 

Mrs. Peggy Cullars Guillebeau 

The Rev. John W. Norton 

Mrs. Frances Creekmore Portwood 

Mrs. Mary Frances Brown Puett 

Mrs. Vashti H. Woodruff 

Class of 1958 

James Edward Oglethorpe Society 

Mr. William R. Foster a 

\Societyof1835 

Ms. Christina Rice Freeman 

iCol. (Ret.) John E. Harms 

Black and Gold Club 

Ms. Peggy O'Neal Compton 

Ms. Patricia Baker DeRose 

Mr. Clinton L. Fincher 

Mr. Harold R. Ingle, Jr. 

Dr. Jack C. Lane 

Mrs. Ila Ann Varelmann McCoy 

Mrs. Betty Stokes McGarity 

Mrs. Ina Foster Moore 

Mr. J. Alan Moore 

Mrs. Rosalie Brookshaw North 

Miss Mary Anne Sharp 

Dr. Albert P Sheppard 

Mrs. Mildred Jackson Speights 

Mrs. Martha Adams Thompson 

Mrs. Margaret Blackman Walker 

Mrs. Ann Klein Wenger 

Class of 1959 

\Philip Weltner Society 
Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss 















Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Augusta Rogers Mann 


Mrs, Susan Hollinshead Dalton a 


Mr. James V Hartlage, Jr. 


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iMr. Bill W.Carter § 


Mr. L. Silas Moore, Jr. 


Mrs. Elaine Shiflett Dooley 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


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iMn Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Mildred Caraway Rogers 


Mr. H. Lynn Dmry 


Mrs. Suzanne Straub Currey 


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Mrs. Patricia Daniel Kapphahn 


Dr. Margaret R Thrasher 


Mrs. Barbara Dexter Gupton 


Sidney Lanier Society 


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Society of 1835 


Mrs. Gladys Baldwin Wallace 


Mr J, Cabot Gupton 


Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough 


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.Mr.William B.Christian § 


Mr. Gary Wenger 


Mrs. Ellen Mullendore Knouse 


Society of 1835 




Black and Gold Club 




Mr. S. Morris Mitchell 


Mr. James E. Can^oll 




IVlrs. Virginia Barrett Barker 


Class of 1962 


Ms. Brenda Shonfield 


Mr. Clark D. Raby § 


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Dr. Marlene Hockenberry Cianci 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Leann Payne Strom 


Mrs. Penelope McCulloch Rose 


uj 


Dr. Joseph B. Duckworth 


Mr. William J. Flammer 


The Rev T Donneli Warters 


Mrs. Sharon D. Williams 



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iDr Hugos. Hammond 


Dr. R. Derril Gay 




Black and Gold Club 




IVIr. Floyd G. Hopkins 


Society of 1835 


Class of 1964 


Mr. Larry S. Abner 


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Mrs. Janne Jolley Lane 


Mrs. Barbara James Christian 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Ms. S. Carlee Bell 




Mrs. Betty Ell<ins McDonald 


Mr. James W. Hazelwood, Jr. 


Dr. William C. Aitken 


Mrs. Joanne McElroy Carman a 


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Mrs. Ethelyn Boswell Purdie 


Mr. James J. Millard 


Mrs. Joan Womack Flammer 


Mr. Richard Joseph Carter 




Mrs. Lyn Alexander Smith 


Col. B. W. Sellers, Jr. 


Mrs. Cherry Hodges Casey 




Class of 1960 


Black and Gold Club 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr. 0. Navarro Faircloth 






Society of 1835 


Mrs. Paula Hofmann Bell 


Dr. Beatrice Hasty Favre 


Mr. William M. Linstrom 






Mr. Atauar Faruquee 


The Rev. James R. Borom 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Ms. Jimmy Ann Langdon Porter 




Mrs. Jean Callaway Fletcher 


Mrs. Nancy Thompson English 


Rev. Betty Rutland Stapleford 


Dr Glenn W. Rainey, Jr. 




Black and Gold Club 


Mrs. Rebecca Harbor Jones 


Society of 1835 


Mrs. Martha Knapp Robertson 




Mr. Jack B. Arnold 


Mr. John D. Kuiken 


Ms. Patricia Ann Crippen Arnold 


Mr. Glen C. Rose 




Mr Thomas E. Deacon 


Hon. Robert P Mallis 


Mrs. Linda Crowe Chesnut 


Mrs. Mary Louise Browne Sedki 




Mrs. Francine Klein Greiner 


Ms. Eugenia Palmer 


Col. Kenneth P Davis 


Mrs. Elizabeth Rabe Stevenson 




Mrs. Virginia House Howard 


Mrs. Joyce Gravel Pettus 


Mr. James L. Delay 


Mrs. Vivian Gray Trabue 




Mrs. Martha Simpson Nesbil 


Mrs. Anita Buck Rook 


Mrs. Lynda Papini Hines 


Mrs. Patricia Turner Wanren 




Ms. Nancy Schaller Simmons 




Mr Wayne D, Perry 






Mrs. Dorothy Bazemore Stith 


Class of 1963 


Mrs. Paula Coker Rice 


Class of 1966 






Thomwell Jacobs Society 


Mrs. Constance Dinkier Wilson 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 




Class of 1961 


Mr. Bob T Nance 


Black and Gold Club 


Mr. Robert E. Bowden 




Thomwell Jacobs Society 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Jeannette Seward Deacon 


Mr. Franklin L. Burke 




Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch 


Dr. Thomas W. Phillips 


Mr. Paul R. Donald, Jn 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 




James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Carole George Sellers 


Mrs. Carolyn Loughborough Frangiamor 


Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken 




Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Miss Vivian Chandler Lee 


Mr. Robert B. Currey 




Mr Roger Couch 


Mr. Eric M. Scharff 


Mr. Robert L. Manning 


Ms. Elizabeth Ward Pearce 




Dr. J. Anthony Paredes 


Mr. Thomas L. Winn 


Ms. Jeanie Franco Marx 


Sidney Lanier Society 




Jotin Ttiomas Lupton Society 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Linda Robertson Secretan 


Dr. Mimi Milner EIrod 




Dr Joseph A. Soldati 


Mrs. Mary Bob Cooper Fox 


Mrs. Eleanor Yedvob Whiteside 


Society of 1835 




Society of 1835 


Society of 1835 


Mrs. Virginia Bremer Wiley 


Mr. Carl H. Bergman 




Mr J, David Chesnut 


Mr Matthew L. Gardner 


Mrs. Charlotte Smith Winsness 


Mrs. Hamet Jones O'Dell 




Mr. Sam G. Hudgins 


Dr. Mickey M. Metcalf 


Mr. John H. Winsness 


Mrs. Sandra Danneman Rich 




Mr. Wilfred J. LeBlanc 


Mr. Charles L. White 




Ms. Mary Elaine Traer 




Black and Gold Club 


Black and Gold Club 


Class of 1965 


Black and Gold Club 




Mrs. Frances Pasley Buttolph 


Mr. Albert Nathan Baer 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Mrs. Beryl Folsom Arroyo 




Mr. F Harvey Hudson 


Mrs. Kay Kilpatrick Crawford 


Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartlage 


Mr. Ronald Cenzalli 

















honor roll of donors 



Mrs. Oreta Cox Cook 
Dr. Kathleen Pitts Faircloth 
Mrs, Susan Goodcriild Jordan 
Mrs. Sarah Ann Sanders Long 
Mrs. Lois Adams Miller 
Mr, James A. Riley 
Mr. Charles F. Sanders 
Mrs. Kate McNeil Taylor 
Dr Stephen W. White 
Mrs. Harriet Chappie Wilbanks 
Mrs. Ilene Roos Worman 

Class of 1967 

James Edward Oglethorpe Society 

Mr. Thomas P, O'Connor 

Mr. Floyd D. Buhl 

Jotin Thomas Lupton Society 

Mr. Stuart C. Levenson 

Mr. William E. Plowden, Jr. 

Mr Kenneth W. Powell 

Society of 1835 

Mr Jon A. Axelberg 

Mr. J. Robert Jackson 

Mrs. Audrey Hawkins Perry 

Mr Larry C. Shattles 

Biacl< and Gold Club 

Mrs. Sandra Abbott Allen 

Mrs. Gin Bradley Bell 

Ms. Martha J. Church 

Ms. Mary Dodge-Smith 

Mr. Marvin J. Fineroff 

Mr. William T Griffin 

Mr. Donald G. Hartman 

Mr. Wayne G. Stephens 

Mrs. Nancy Charnley Welty 

Mrs. May Ringold Whittington 

Class of 1968 

Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 
Mrs. Gayle Burch Gower 
Mr. William Howell Gower 
ThomwellJacobs Society 
Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp 9 
Mr. RogerA. Littell 
Philip Weitner Society 



Mr G. Douglass Alexander 
Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell 
Sidney Lanier Society 
Mr. Thomas C. Port 
John Thomas Lupton Society 
Mrs. Helen King Kessler 
Society of 1835 
Mr. Thomas M. Baird 
Mr Thomas H. Cluderay 
Mrs. Laura Zaban Dinerman 
Miss Susan E. Goslin 
Rev. John S. Sims 
Mrs. Mary Denton Suttle 
Mr. Charles K. Weathers 
Black and Gold Club 
Mr. RobertA. Celic 
Mrs. Nikki McCoy demons 
Dr Marcia Strange Cully 
Miss Marv Constance Hamell 
Ms. Jackie R Howard 
Mr. Theodore P Kallman 
Mr. Kenton L. Lipham 
Mr. Louis D. Olin 
Mr. Jerry W. Sams § 
Mr. Joseph J. Strenk, Jr. 
Mr. Philip M. Winter 
Dr. Sylvia G. Zapico 

Class of 1969 

Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 

Mr. James J. Hagelow 

Philip Weitner Society 

Ms. Susan M. Soper 

\ James Edward Oglethorpe Society 

Mr. Joseph W. Dennis § 

Sidney Lanier Society 

Mr. W. Q. "Pete" Butler 

Mr. Wayne M. Kise 

Mrs. Kathy McLeod Port 

[John Thomas Lupton Society 

Dr Louis E. Rossman 

Society of 1835 

Ms. Pamela Grossman Levin 

Mr Louis T Lombardy 

Mr. Jeffrey R. Roesch 



Blact< and Gold Club 
Mrs. Judy Heald Allison 
Mr. Michael S. Bryant 
Dr. Paula Haver Chambers 
Mrs. Gretchen VonMuller Collins 
Mrs. Sheryl Claxton Haney 
Mr. Terrence C. Haney 
Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sr. 
Mr. Ronald D. Kulhanjian 
Mrs. Jan Collins Maher 
Mr. Stephen A. Orton 
Mr. Roy V. Rafinski 
Mr. Gary E. Ruckelshaus 
Mrs. Kay Boggs Settle 
Mr. Donald J. Simon 
Mrs. Molly Moseley Spier 
jMr. Nate Zahn 

Class of 1970 

Philip Weitner Society 

Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith 

\ James Edward Oglethorpe Society 

Mr. Wayne J. Jaffie 

I John Thomas Lupton Society 

(Dr. James S. MacDonall 

'Society of 1835 

i Mr. Bruce R.Feuer 

Mr. Albert R. Hudson, Jr. 

Mr. Joseph R. Menez 

Mr Richard S. Simons, Jr. 

Mr. R. Stephen Strachan 

e/ae/( and Gold Club 

Ms. Beverly Amos 

Mr James N. Bier 

[Mr. Robert L. Bingham 

JMrs. Helen Kibler Browning 

Mrs. Lynn Allison Cowhig 

Mr Robert K. Cowhig, Jr. 

Mrs. Carol Zee Daniel 

Mrs. Lynn Andreasen Freeman 

Mr. Barry R Ginsberg, J.D. 

Mrs. Mary Finn Heaney 

Mr. Richard A. Hughes 

Mrs. Ellen Plutchok Klein 

Mr. Jon M. Kligerman 



Mrs. Mary Ivey Leak 
Mr. Stanley C. McDonald, Jr. 
Mr Albert S. Meyers 
Mr. Raymond G. Pawlik, Sr. 
Mr. Rex G. Roan 
Mr. Rodger G. Tatum 
Mr. John G. Turner* § 
Mr. Ralphton E. Warlick 

Class 1971 

Thornwell Jacobs Society 
Mr. J. Lewis Glenn 
Philip Weitner Society 
Mr John S. Ball 
Sidney Lanier Society 
Mr Mel C. Stein 
Dr. John H. Thomas III 
John Thomas Lupton Society 
Mr. Jerel R Rush 
Society of 1835 
Mr. John J. Fittipaldi 
Mr Martin I. Lipson 
Mr. Dennis C. Pratt 
Black and Gold Club 
Mr. J. Randall Akin § 
Mr. Gerard A. Daniel 
Mrs. Lou Ella Jenkins 
Mrs. Yvonne Scales Jones 
Mr. Michael Kay 
Mr John J. Kufel, Jr. 
Mr. Martin Liberman 
Mr. Gordon W. Love, Jr. 
Mrs. Suzette Harvey Mancini 
Mr Jeffrey B. Matthews 
Mrs. Diana Arthur O'Connell 
Mr Charles E. Pickett 
Mrs. Jackie Perdue Rodriguez 
Ms. Diane R. Rowles 
Mr. Donald R. Wilson, Jr. 

Class of 1972 

Philip Weitner Society 

Mrs. Mary Crockett Ball 

\ James Edward Oglethorpe Society 

Anonymous 















Dr. J. Frederick Agel. Jr. 


Mrs. Natalie Mintz Hams 


Ms. Emy Lou Faber 


Society on 835 


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Mr. William J. Hogan, Jr. 


Mr James C. Jacobs, Jr 


Mrs. Marilyn Whiteside Handsel 


Ms. Annette M. Friant 


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Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Mary Jackson Maiek 


Mrs. Elizabeth Poer Hanger 


Mrs. Jill Cofer Hams 


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Mr Robert ISchell 


Mr David H. Noble, Jr. 


Mr. Dennis R. Hamson 


Mrs. Susie Edwards Spear 


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John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mr Roy C. Posey 


Mrs. Betty Powell Kujawski 


Mr Knox R. Wllmer 


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Mr. Michael A. Israelite 


Mrs. Joyce Blank Schorr 


Mrs. Caroline Cook Minor 


Black and Gold Club 


in 




Ms. Midge M. Joms 


Ms. Judith Carol Wallis 


Mr Joseph J. Oddo 


Mrs. Ann L. Brown 


> 




Society of 1835 


Mr Richard B.Wrigtit 


Mr. Aron C. Paletsky § 


Mrs. Alexis Jan Lazor Day 




Ms. Vicki Jan Conway 




Mrs. Jill Stanford Philips 


Dr Frank Reece Day 


a. 


Mrs. Mimi Hobbs Fittipaldi 


Class of 1974 


Mrs. Darlene Baehr Seay 


Mr Steven F Day 


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Mrs. Deborah Jobe Koehler 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Ms. Cindy L. Sedran 


Dr Dianne Jones Ford 


I— 


Miss Rosemary Mosteller 


Mrs. Bennie Hams Black 




Mr Robert J. Germon 


o 


Mr. Otis C. Ward III § 


Society of 1835 


Class of 1976 


Mr Stephen M. Gibbs 




Mrs. Barbara Rose Westfall 


Mrs. Karen Jones Aber 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Suzanne Benatar Goldstein 


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Black and Gold Club 


Mr Steven W. Levinsky 


Mr. Robert E. Harman, Jr 


Mrs. Ellen Sills Greene 




Mrs. Linda Wishon Anderson 


Mrs. Ruth Parham Manning 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Vicki Grimes Hardin 






Rev. James R. Burgess III 


Mrs. Sandra Davis Stepp 


Mrs. Elizabeth Kidder Ambler 


Mrs. Ruth McLaughlin Morgan 






Mr Michael G. Clapp 


Black and Gold Club 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Ms. Valerie Newman 






Mr John R. Collins 


Mr. Robert D. Copelan 


Mr Philip C. Chamberiain 


Mrs. Lynne Bilzing Pairiott 






Mrs. Marcy Mantler Ford 


Mrs. Lynn Lasater Crowley 


Ms. Dorothy Deedy Dryman 


Mr. Delmas S. Reddy 






Mrs. Judith Draisen Glassman 


Mr, Charies M. Hames 


Mrs. Margaret Gettle Washburn 


Mrs. Clara Irwin Traver 






Mr Michael D. Gordon 


Ms. Martha Ann Jenks 


Society of 1835 


Ms. Alexis S. Weisman 






Miss Etta Lou Hanken 


Mr Jeffrey S. Layne 


Mr Dennis M. Wheeler 


Ms. Patricia Beth Wool 






Mrs, Leslie Bed< Johnston 


Mrs. Marilyn McNeal Mock 


Black and Gold Club 


Mrs. Anne Jill Writer 






Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer 


Mr Gary J. Novak 


Mrs. Elizabeth Gosnell Biggs 








Ms. Laura Vitema Roberson 


Mr E. Adrian Parham 


Mr Jim J. Bryant 


Class of 1978 






Dr Harold J. Sleavin 


Mr C. Scott Port 


Miss Alice B. Carr 


Thomwell Jacobs Society 






Mr Clyde A. Tallent 


Mrs. Jean Morehouse Roots 


Mrs. Sarah Lee Davis 


Dr Kenneth K. Hutchinson 






Ms. Jackie H. Wilson 


Ms. Judith M.Vaughn 


Mrs. Barbara Howard Flanigan 


Philip Weltner Society 








Mrs. Janie R Wilson 


Mrs. Laura Fantini Johnson 


Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr 






Class of 1973 


Mr Wesley F Wood 


Capt. Louis A. Johnson 


MrTTiomas G.Hood 






Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 




Ms. Joyce C. Jones 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 






Mr Stephen E. Malone 


Class of 1975 


Mr Wamer L. Kennon IV 


Dr Dale M. Kristle 






James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mr. Kevin R. McGuinness 


Johr} Thomas Lupton Society 






Mr Q. William Hammack, Jr 


Mrs. Patsy Griffith Hamilton 


Mr. Michael B. Saffran 


Miss Tracey Lathem 






Sidney Lanier Society 


Society of 1835 


Mr Bernard van der Lande § 


Society of 1835 






Mr Kevin L. Mende § 


Mrs. Deborah Roach Avery 




Mr Blake M. Christoph 






Society of 1835 


Mrs. Kay Penn Martin 


Class of 1977 


Mr Robert Wyatt Moore 






Ms. Diana M. Blake 


Mr Robert K. Montague 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Black and Gold Club 






Black and Gold Club 


Mrs. Alice Hoke Zimmerman a 


Ms. A. Diane Baker 


Mr John H. Beach, Jr. 






Mrs. Kattiryn Beatty Can- 


Black and Gold Club 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr Gregory S. Fowler 






Miss Nancy T Carter 


Ms. Dorothy S. Burvee 


Ms. Gail Lynn 


Mrs. Tina Salzman Fowler 




Mr. Robert Ross Dimm 


Dr Claire Derdeyn Coles 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Oebra Losner Kahn 




Mrs. Mikala Warren Engel 


Mr Miles R. Cook 


Mrs. Cathy Markland Villines 






Mr Allen B. Goodwin 


Mrs. Valerie Fakess Cowan 





















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honor ro 


11 of donors 




z 


Class of 1979 


Class of 1981 


Class of 1983 


Mrs. Judith Hunt Drobinski 


2 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Philip Weltner Society 


Mr David M. Gerhardt 


2 
< 


Mr. James M. Cook, Sr. 


Mr Timothy R Tassopoulos 


Mr Donald R. Henry 


Mrs. Carolyn Herzog Hellerung 


X 


Society of 1835 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Dorothy H. Jones 


H 


Mr. Robert B. Baker, Jr. 


Mr Richard C. Johnson § 


Ms. Bambi Ellison Arnold 


Mr Philip F Law § 


g 


Mrs. Linda Walters Bucki 


Mr Robert M. Kane 


Dr. John M. Marshall 


Ms. Ann Patricia Lenzer 


2 

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Dr Robert H. Pullen, Jr. 


Mr Jeffrey B. Levy 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Kathleen Allen Lunsford 


Z 
13 


Mrs. Carolyn Constangy Wasser 


•.Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Dianne McClinton Glennie 


Mrs. Sheryl C. Tomberlin 




Blacl< and Gold dub 


Mr Irani DeAraujo 


Society of 1835 


Mr Mark A. Turcot § 


o 

X 


Mrs. Virginia Ackerman-Smith 


Society of 1835 


Mrs. Eva H, English 


Mr G. Grey Umberger, Jr 


Mrs. Shelby Andrews a 


Ms. Jan Fry Zagoria 


Black and Gold Club 


Mrs, Julie Burnett Wilson 


o 
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Mr Michael S. Bahary 


•Black and Gold Club 


Ms, Sandra Lynch Aufderheide, M.A.T '98 






Mrs. Joan Morris Dechovltz 


Mr William F Bazzel 


Dr Susan Crosby Brown 


Class of 1985 


40 


Ms. Ellen M. Erenbaum 


Ms. M. Elaine Minor 


Mr Robert A. Buck 


I Philip Weltner Society 


Mr Thomas F. Forkner Jr 


Ms. Robin Jo Porting 


Mr James H. Burk 


Mrs, Barbara Bessmer Henry 




Mrs. Kathleen Glynn Grupp 


Mrs. Judith Vananzi Rabel 


Mr Bobby L. Fesperman 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 




Dr Philip A. Norton 


Mr Edward A. Rapp § 


Mrs. Vickie Moore \mn 


Mr, Kenneth P Gould 




Mr. Robert W.Lenzer 


Mr Christopher M. Sertich 


Mr James P. Kelley § 


Mr John B, Zellars, Jr 




Mrs. Diana Marcus Lipton 




Mrs. Robyn Chura Kelley 


[John Thomas Lupton Society 




Mr Steve Prettyman 


Class of 1982 


Mrs. Brigitte Mebius-Moggre 


Mr Douglas Robert Dubay 




Miss Judith G. Robinson 


Philip Weltner Society 


Ms. Deborah Lorraine Morgan 


Dr Daniel M, Duncanson 




Mrs. Allison Lourie Ullman 


Ms. Terry Tribbet Davis 


Mr Michael D, Mosher 


Mr Paul B, Miller 




Mrs. Celia Vecchio Warren 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Glenda McClure Murphy 


Society of 1835 






Mr. Gary R. Kleinfield 


Mrs. Elsie H. Reece 


iMs, Marilyn L, Hays 




Class of 1980 


Mrs. C. Lee Boggus Knippenberg 


Ms. Marjorie Elder Vaught 


\ Black and Gold Ctub 




James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


' Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Janet Barnett Weaver 


Mrs. Nancy Arnold Cordier 




Mr Raymond S. Willoch 


Mrs. Donna Cron Rasile 


Mr John B. Wilson 


Mrs. Kyle Jordan Cutsinger 




John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mr Robert L. Rasile 




Mrs. Sharon Velinsky Fagin 




Mrs. Cariene Rod Oakes 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Class of 1984 


Mrs. Anne Kohl Fowler 




Ms. Barbara A. Sanders 


Ms. Debra K. Scfireiber 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mr Christian G. Gackstatter 




Society of 1835 


'Society of 1835 


Mr. Brian C. Sass 


Mr John J. Green 




Mr Christopher J. McFadden 


Ms, Debra J. Bradley 


Mr Matthew A, Schuster 


Ms. Nanette Helen Loftis 




Ms. Shauna Paige Milligan 


Ms. Carol OhI Hudson 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr. James W. Moore, Jr 




Mr Reynold F Salmon 


Mrs. Linda Triguero McCormick 


Ms. Susan Harman Alou 


Mr Anthony Francis Murphy 




Dr Marie Sertich Stone 


[Black and Gold Club 


Society of 1835 


Mrs, Robin Rose-Samuels 




Mr Robert E.Wolfe 


Mrs. Mary Ann Murphy Bordes 


Mrs. Stephanie Staples Babbitt 


Mrs, Anita Gegan Willoughby 




Black and Gold Club 


Mr Eric S. Crunick 


Mrs. Sue Goddard Bryant 






Ms. E. Harriett Cone 


Mr John J. Dowd, Jr 


Mrs, Milene Schott Draper 


Class of 1986 




Mrs. Lynette Ossinsky Fine 


(Mrs. Nancye Rice Glenn 


Ms, Laura K, Fowler 


Thornwell Jacobs Society 




Mr Malcolm E. Page 


Mrs. Phyllis Rogers May 


Mr Kevin M. Goff 


Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel 




Mrs. Wilma Lipham Rowe 


Mr. Charles D. Nicholas 


Mrs, Patricia Bourne Goff 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 




Mrs. Catherine Gleim Turcot 


Mr Edward W. Odenkirchen 


Mrs, Elizabeth G. Rulison 


Mr Christopher P B. Erckert 




Mr Martin J. Wells 


Ms. Ellen Heckler O'Hedihy 


Mrs. Megan Weiland Schreck 


Ms. S. Tammy Pearson 






Mrs.Therese Guth O'Shields 


Black and Gold Club 


Sidney Lanier Society 






Ms. Janice Van Wart 


DrJayA.Azriel 


Dr Leah Guynelle Brown 






Mr Marcus K. Woodford, Jr 































John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mr Marcus J. Cash 


Class of 1989 


Society of 1835 


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Dr L. Casey Chosewood 


Ms. Michele Anne Guy 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Dayle Sutton Fowler 


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Society of1 835 


Mrs. Mary M. Hamacher 


Mr. Harry R. Frazer § 


Ms. Stephanie L. Phillips 


2 
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Dr. Raymond H. Lucas 


Mrs. Marcelle Turner Knauff 


Or Lene Balle Jensen 


Black and Gold Club 






Mrs, Tamara Chaffin Lynda 


Mrs. Carol Lanier Lamer 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Beth Eckard Concepcion 


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Mrs. Diane Dubay Wail^er 


Mr Antonio V. Lentini 


Mr Jonathan W. Johnson 


Ava Marie Salerno Conlin, D.O., M.P.H. 






Blacl< and Gold dub 


Mr J. C. McElroy 


Ms. Teri A. Wall 


Dr Robert M. Grant 






Mrs. Catherine Castagna Abood 


Mrs. Helen Maddox Menefee 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Michelle Rosen Haney 


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Mrs. Barbara Martin Adair 


Ms. Cecilia Mary Mullings 


Mr Scott T Haight § 


Mrs. Brenda Smith Hayden 




Mrs, Jeanne A. Broadhurst 


Mrs. Geneine Walden Payne 


Mr. Kurt A. Hansen § 


Mrs. E. Carroll Lanier Hodges 







Mrs. Maritta M. Bush 


Dr William E. Porter 


Mrs. Karen Barrow Swenson 


Mr M. Oeane Johnson 




Mr Michael J. Cheek § 


Mr Lawrence H. Rollins 


Mrs. Dorothea Pickett Westin 


Mrs. Judith Chapman Kane 


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Mr L. Thomas Clements 


Mrs. Terri A. Russo-Alesi § 


Society of 1835 


Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt 






Ms. Sandra D. Gain 


Mrs. Julie Quickmire Schmitt 


Mr Peter A. Conrady § 


Mr Joseph R McCurdy 


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Ms. Georgia Russell Hembree 


Mrs. Sandra Slomovitz 


Mr Ronald L. Kraynick 


Ms. A. Joann McDowell 




Mrs. Sue McCue Johnson 


Ms. Laura Diane Trittin 


Mrs. Wendy Pearson Robertson 


Mr Zachary M. Moretz 






Mrs. Stacey Bronstein Levin 


Mrs. Carol Tieman Yates 


Black and Gold Club 


Dr Wendy Kurant Rollins 






Mr Jonnie T. Payne 




Mrs. Carolyn S. Barlow a 


Mrs. Jennifer Amerson Spiess. MA. '98 






Ms. Harriet Rogers Powell 


Class of 1988 


Mrs. Kathleen Moran Brink 


Mrs. Kerensa Shoemake Wing 






Mr David B. Robertson 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Victoria Stevens Chapman 


Dr. Victor E. Zubar 






Mr. Donald E. Robertson 


Mr R. Alan Royalty 


Mrs. Marilyn Dumont-Burk 








Dr Frank G. Russo-Alesi § 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Ann Spalding MacLane 


Class of 1991 






Mr Douglas S. Schmitt 


Mr William M.Clifton 


Mr Michael McCracken 


Sidney Lanier Society 






Mr James Bruce Spinelli 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Debra S. Scott 


Mrs. Rebecca Marasia Corder 






Ms. Sally Thomas Spingler 


Maj. Richard A. Briggs 


Mr.Todd E.Shapiro 


Mr Scott M. McKelvey § 






Ms. Jerrle T Thompson 


Society of 1835 


Mr. Matthew R Stien 


Mr Joseph R Shelton 








Mr. Richard R. Ford § 


Mrs. Denise Wood Sutter 


Mrs. Andrea Spencer Shelton 






Class of 1987 


Mr D. Dwayne Hanberry 


Mrs. Stephanie E. Szaikowski 


John Thomas Lupton Society 




Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Mrs. Charis Andrews Hanberry 


Mrs. Carrie Bartenfeld Wilson 


Mrs. Amy Baggett Hansen 




Ms. Margaret 0. Y Chin 


Ms. Cynthia A. Williams 


Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto 


Mrs. Doreen Hart Hill 




James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Black and Gold Club 




Mrs. Elizabeth G. Wilson 




Mr. Richard A. Hans 


Mrs. Deda Walker Band 


Class of 1990 


Society of 1835 






Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr Brent Andrew Bishop 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Joselyn Butler Baker 






Dr Mark A. Knautz 


Mr Barry R. Carswell 


Mr John W. Wuichet 


Mr Henry J. Broitman 






Mr Bret K. Sleight 


Mrs. Kimberlyn Hudgens-Abrams 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr Raymond J. Koschak 






John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Kathleen McDermott Kraynick 


Mrs. Beth Mon-ison Anderson 


Mr Lance L. Leitzel 






Mrs. Cynthia Bjurmark Dubay 


Ms. Tammy Marie Locklear 


Mrs. Angela Clem Chattin 


Black and Gold Club 






Ms. Marguerite A. Hammond 


Ms. Vicki Lynn Victor 


Ms. Jennifer R. DuBose 


Mrs. Kristin Reeder Boan 




Society of 1835 


Mr Mark S. Noonan 


Ms. Kathryn Garrigan 


Mrs. Mary Samantha Bolger 






Mr Dean Thomas DeCencio 


Mrs. Cynthia Crawford Rollins 


Mr Jon E. Gundlach 


Ms. Wendy Smith Boul 






Mr Wayne A. Gregory 


Mr Michael K. Szaikowski 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mr Wayne E. Brooks, Jr 






Mrs. B. Michon Hall Mitchell 


Mrs. Christine Graf Taggart 


Mrs. Nicole Caucci Hall 


Mr A. J. Chabria § 






Black and Gold Club 


Mrs. Kimberly Rouleau Truett 


Mr Thad E. Hall 


Ms. Ember Uziel Constantin 






Mrs. Jean Anderson Adair 


Mr T Charies Truett, Jr. 


Ms. Angel C. Robinson 


Mrs. Stacie Shattles Golns 






Dr James Patrick Capes 


Mr Mark Edward Wilson 




Mr B. Shane Haney 



























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honor rol 


1 of donors 




z 


Mr. Karl A. Hansen § 


Capt. Valerie Woods Spence 


Ms. Amy D. Zickus, M.B.A. '91 


Mn Joseph H. Coleman, M.B.A. '02 


s 


Mr. Steven M. Hoard § 


Mrs. Lynda S. latum 


Society of 1835 


Mrs. Susan Poston Hansen 


s 
5 


Mrs. Vicki Dawn Hughes 


Mr Charlton C. Walker 


Ms. Pat Bums Baumgarten 


Mn David E. Lerette 


X 


Mr. William H.Lee, III 


Mrs. Jennifer M. Walker 


Dn Mark A. Caprio 


Mn William E. Lukow § 


H 


Dr. Sandra Folkers Levy 




Dn Michael J. Claxton 


Mn Robert N. Lyons 


U3 


Ms. Peggy B. Litherland 


Class of 1993 


Ms. Killian Edwards 


Mrs. Amy Puckett McGee 




Mr Robert J, Luxton § 


James Edward Oglettiorpe Society 


Mr Timothy J. Evans 


Mr Marshall Reiser 


3 


Mrs. Jennifer Broadbent-Marine 


Mrs. Elizabeth V Hornbuckle 


Biacl< and Gold Club 


Mrs. Brenda Jericevich Roger 


a. 


Mr. Scott T. Piehl § 


Ms. Elizabeth Denece Watts 


Ms. Jennifer Suvoski Bowers 


Ms. Penelope Brandt-Roy § 


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Mrs. Trisha Porter 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr Nathan E. Briesemeister 


Mrs. Melissa King Thomas 


S 


Mrs. Trunicia Hamby Rainwater 


Mr. Joseph E. Tomberlin 


Mn Brian A. Davis § 


Mr Michael Andrew Thomas 


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Ms. Michelle Ann Sidler 


Mrs. Kristina Randall Tomberlin 


Mn Thomas Fassler 






Mr Geoffrey D. Spiess 


Mr Mark L. Tubesing 


Mrs. Barbara Miller Hall 


Class of 1996 


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Mr William A. Strickland, Jr 


Mrs. Sharon Maria Williams 


Mn Jeff Hall 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Mr Michael L. Tolmich § 


Jolin Thomas Lupton Society 


Ms. Jill Reiss Harper 


Mn Charles G. DeNormandie, III 






Mn J. Clark Hill 


Mrs. Heather E. Hornor 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 




Class of 1992 


Society of 1835 


Ms. Loretta D. Hunt 


Mrs. Donna Findling 




Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Mn Clifford S. Barros 


Ms. Chara Fisher Jackson 


Sidney Lanier Society 




Mr. John A. Conant (H) 


Mrs. Pamela Letsos Copsis 


Mn John Z. Olewski III 


Mrs. Heather Andrews Clark 




Mrs. Miriam H. "Bimby" Conant* (H) 


Mrs. Lynn Moody Dale 


Mrs. Holly Howard Sawyer 


Mn Jim H. Faasse 




James Edward Oglettiorpe Society 


Ms. Amy Beth Grossman 


Mrs. Anna San-Martin Soracco 


John Thomas Lupton Society 




Mr B. Shane Hornbuckle 


Mr Thomas C. McCague 


Ms. Elizabeth Anne Zelley 


Ms. Eleanor Fulton 




Mrs. Cathy Appling Vinson 


Mr David M. Ross 




Dn Chanda Johnson 




Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Kathryn Pope Schmeiser 


Class of 1995 


Ms. Jennifer Sisco 




Ms, Sheri Studley Davis 


Mn Trung Hoang Vo 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


•'Society of 1835 




Mn nomas Lupton Society 


Blacl< and Gold Club 


Dn J. Mack Robinson (H) 


Mn Mark C. Boyt 




Mr James N. Gussman 


Mr Christopher A. Ballar 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Ms. Ekaterina Galperina-Simon 




Mr. Edw/ard E. Zarecor 


Mrs. Amy Tucker Ballar 


Mn Elmo 1. Ellis (H) 


Ms. Patricia Mazini 




Society of 1835 


Mn J. Patrick Connor 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Tonya Gibson Russo 




Mr Brett F. Duncan 


Mrs. Leah Bell Crosby 


Mn Alan J. Gibson 


Mn Steve Taylor § 




Mrs. Trina Cavender Duncan 


Mr Douglas C. Leventhal 


Mrs. Teri Butler Gibson 


Blacl< and Gold Club 




Mr Kevin C. Rapier 


Mn Craig D. Panter 


Mn Morris L. Tubesing, M.A. 


Ms. Cristine Deaver 




Mr Brian W. Slater § 


Ms. Gail Williams Patefield 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Caroline Vinson Dennis 




Ms. June M. Tompkins 


Mrs. Gail Robertson Serauskas 


Ms. Kathleen M. Farrell § 


Ms. Katherine M. Griffin 




Blaci< and Gold Club 


Mr Frederick M. Sicignano 


Society of 1835 


Mrs. Elizabeth R. Healy 




Ms. Kysh Robinson Clemens 


Mrs. Shannon L. Southard 


Dn Brooke N. Bourdelat-Parks 


Mn Bobby Holman 




Ms. Mary Elizabeth Crawford 




MnAdam M. Corder 


Ms. Lin Odom Hopkins 




Mrs. Virginia K. Helms 


Class of 1994 


Ms. Gina G. Fraone 


Mrs. Barbara B. Hutchinson 




Mrs. Vanessa R Lawrence 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Lu Green LeRoy § 


Ms. Jane C. Perkins 




Mrs. Liane Evans Lee 


Dn Manning M,Pattillo,Jn(H) 


Ms. Michelle J. Perera 


Mr H. David Sabel III 




Mrs. Carol L. Lusk 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr Brian L. Sweeney § 


Ms. Nicole R. Smith 




Mrs. Jennifer Berry Moretz 


Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Weismann 


Mrs. Jane Barrow Tracy 


Mn Rodney Smith 




Mr Brandon K. Pelissero A 


Mn Mark A. Williams 


Blacl( and Gold Club 


Ms. Stacey Chapman Tobin 




Ms. Delores A. Schweitzer 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Dn Caria Hall Alphonso 






Mr Mark B. Sher 


Mrs. Mary Catherine Cutcliffe 


Mn Erik Kenneth Clabaugh 

























Class of 1997 


Ms. Carietta S. Hurt 


Mrs. Ligia C. Florim, M.B.A. '03 


Class of 2002 


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Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Ms. Creche E. Kern 


Mr Jeremy J. Greenup 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


q 


Mr. Fred Robey 


Mr. Russell Lind 


Ms.TonlM.Head 


Ms, Veronica M. Holmes 


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James Edward Oglettiorpe Society 


Mrs. Aimee Thrasher-Hanson 


Mrs. Catherine Borck Horsefield 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


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Dr. S. Truett Cathy (H) 


Black and Gold Club 


Mr Jeremy D. Horsefield 


Ms. Vera Veasley Redwine 


H 


Mr Brent W. Latham 


Mrs. Valerie Holshouser Barske 


Mrs. Heather McNeill Ivkovich 


Society of 1835 


>- 
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Ms. Anita Patterson 


Mr.CariW.Bemer.Jr 


Ms. Belinda M, Kasmiersky 


Mr. James G. Ewing 




Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson a 


Ms. Kathryn S. Brooks 


Ms. Deborah Leighty Leparc 


Mrs. Sheila H. Godwin, M.B.A. 


Z 


Jolin nomas Lupton Society 


Mrs. Brand! W. Cannizzaro 


Mrs. Dina Molaison 


Black and Gold Club 


CL. 


Ms. Melanle Rosen 


Mr Peter L. Cannizzaro § 


Mrs. Kathleen Duda Nason 


Ms. Rebekah Ager 


02 

o 
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3 


Society of 1835 


Mrs. Diane Williams Dalbo 


Ms, Amanda L, Regnier 


Mr John R. Aitonen 


Mrs. Erin O'Brien Boyt 


Rev. Julie Ehlers-KIng 


Mr, James Williams 


Ms. Karen S. Anthony 


u 
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Ms. Sarah Allison Gatllff 


Mrs. Lisa K. Gyllenswan, MBA 




Ms. Shaniece R. Broadus 




Mr Rok Petrlc 


Mrs. Susan Kick Ferguson 


Class of 2000 


Ms. Alicia D,Cowart 


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B!acl< and Gold Club 


Mrs. Monica Hayden 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Mr Andrew R, Crosby § 


Mrs. Kelly Miller Bertier 


Mr Kenneth C. Kuffrey 


Dr Joel Goldberg (H) 


Mr Sri Hemanth Digumarthi 




Mr Joseph Cox 


Mr Bryon C. Letourneau § 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr R Daniel Giordano § 




Mrs. Theresa LInebarger Cox 


Mrs. Jennifer S. Letourneau 


Ms, Elizabeth M, Brattin 


Ms. Aerie T Jones 




Ms. Rebecca Ellis Gardner 


Ms. Dawn Brookman McCullar 


Society of 1835 


Ms. Sallie M. Kaltreider 




Mr Derek Hambrick 


Mr Brian David McNulty 


Ms, Jennifer Sells Furman 


Ms. Elizabeth R Kennedy 




Mrs. Heather Carlen Johnson 


Mrs. Alicia S. O'Kelley 


Black and Gold Club 


Mr Thomas A, Namey 




Mr Michael D. Kelly 


Mrs. Jean E. Pitts 


Ms, Jeannette M. Bellamy 


Ms, Jill L. Oriando 




Ms. Tiffany E. Kelsey 


Mrs. Christina Burnham Rissler 


Mr Andrew Bond 


Ms, Heather Lynn Stanlszewski 




Mrs. Stephanie Chaby Lyons 


Mr James D. Rissler 


Ms. Catherine T Burns, M.A.T 


Ms, La-Shena K. Tatum, M.B.A. '04 




Mr Matthew S. Reeves 


Ms. Kim Phillips Sasso 


Ms, Hanh M, Deutschman 


Mr Matthew R. Thom 




Mrs. Diana Rothe-Smith 


Mr Nathan Sparks 


Mr James Stanford Fisher 


Ms, Kimberiy C. Watkins 




Ms. Angela Satterfield 


Ms. Maria Topczij 


Pastor Mandy McDow Flemming 


Ms. Heather Weiss 




Mr Ryan Strong § 


Ms. Gay Lynn Ziska 


Ms, Nicole GarbarinI § 


Ms. Mary Carol Wollenhaupt 




Mrs. Katie Trjcksis Thompson 




Ms. Misty N. Hood 






Ms. Kelly Holland Vrtis 


Class of 1999 


Mr Wade Hubbard 


Class of 2003 




Ms. Margaret Waterslon Weber 


Philip Weitner Society 


Mr Jonathan C. Milford § 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 




Mr Anthony Wilson 


Ms. Jeanie F Flohr 


Ms, Tina Marie Stults 


Mr William Thayer Mullally 




Ms. Jeanette Randall Wilson 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Ms, Nicole M, Urbanek 


Society of 1835 






Mr David C. Garrett, Jr (H) 


Mr Kevin A. Woolf 


Mr Mark W. DeLong 




Class of 1998 


Dr Donald 8. Stanton (H)a 




Mr Joshua Waller, M.B.A. 




Thomwell Jacobs Society 


Society of 1835 


Class of 2001 


Ms. Jaime Wojdowski 




Ms. Janice McNeal Smith §a 


Ms, Mariruth Leftwich 


Black and Gold Club 


Black and Gold Club 




Philip Weitner Society 


MrRobertA. Milford 


Ms. Penelope J. Anderson 


Mr Chad Anderson 




Mr Claude Spencer Godfrey, Jr 


Ms. KIley A. Ryba 


Mr Christopher Y. Fort 


Ms. Meiyen M. Bell 




James Edward Oglettiorpe Society 


Black and Gold Club 


Ms, Janet A. Grant 


Mr, Eric Conner 




Mr David Reynolds Pass 


Ms. Amy B. Allen 


Ms, Lori A, Moger 


Ms, Jessica R, Dougherty 




Society of 1835 


Mrs. Diane Aitonen 


Ms, Rachel L, Moore 


Mr Robert N, Fink § 




Mr Jason Breitfeller 


Mrs. Amy Katz Bonn 


Mr Lance W. Ozler 


Ms. Angela P Huynh 




Mrs. Kathenne H. Breitfeller 


Mr Hilary Brennan 


Mr. Chris Rylands 


Ms, Katarina Kurincova 




Dr Karen Head 


Ms, Lori A. Collins 


Ms, Sandra A, Soeth 


Mrs. Amanda Lancaster-Needham 















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honor rol 


of donors 




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Ms. Robin Lohfert 


Parent Donors 


Dr Anthony S. Caprio 


Mr. Delmar B. Bradshaw 


2 


Mr. Carl D. Lubbe 


The following list represents current 


Mr and Mrs. John Ernst 


Mr and Mrs. Larry Briggs 


s 
5 


Ms. Margaret Maxwell 


and former Oglethorpe parents who 


Mr and Mrs. William R. Gussman 


Mr and Mrs. Larry W. Brown § 


Id 

X 


Mr Robert! Miller § 


continue to invest in the educational 


Mr and Mrs. Kari J. Hirshman 


|Lt. Col. John B. Brush 


H 


Mr Christoptier A. Simser 


experience of our students. 


Mr and Mrs. Ben F Kee 


Ms. Mimi E. Bryan 


1 


Mr Christopher R. Summers § 


Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 


Mr and Mrs. R. Michael Malone § 


Mr & Mrs. Jaime Casablanca 


^ 




Mr Eari Dolive 


Mr. Bud Salamone 


Mr James A. Cassell § 


Z 


Class of 2004 


Mr Norman P Findley III 




jMs. Hilda H. Casusky 


P-. 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartlage '65 


Society of 1835 


Mr and Mrs. Howard Chadwick 


Pi 
o 


Ms. Susan Bachman Kegley a 


Mr James V Hartlage, Jn '65 


Mr and Mrs. Jose R. Agosto 


Mr Scott Chapman 


1 


Society of 1835 


Mr Robert Nardelli 


Ms. Carolyn N. Arakaki 


Mrs. Patricia Cheeks 


o 
o 


Ms. Linda Eva Blumenthal 


Dr. J. Mack Robinson '95 (H) 


Mr Charles W.Bastedo 


Mr and Mrs. Alan Chunka 




Mrs. Suzanne E. Dorough 




Mr and Mrs. Charles T Bell, Jr 


Mr Enzo Cilento 


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Mrs. September Holstad 


Thomwell Jacobs Society 


Mr and Mrs. James L. Bready 


Mr Martin Clodfelter 


Blacli and Gold dub 


Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 9 


Mr James E. Briggs 


Mr and Mrs. R. A. Cobbaert 




Ms. Stephanie Bonner-Wiggins 


Mr and Mrs. Stephen F. Smith 


Mr Tony Lee Broughton 


Mr and Mrs. Walter N. Cohen 




Ms. Peggy Jan Bridges 




Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Bryson a 


Ms. Cheryl Corbett 




Ms. Jennifer Brown 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mr James E. Carroll '65 


Mr and Mrs. Danny L. Cruff 




Ms. Delikah R. Carter 


Mr and Mrs. Harry Caray, Jn 


Mr Daniel S. Ciener 


Mr Alan H. Curtis 




Ms. Katie Cofield 


Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond 


Mr and Mrs. John Corbett 


Mr and Mrs. Render S, Davis 




Ms. Kristina Mane Crooks 


Mr and Mrs. John Esterline § 


Mr John Corey 


Mr and Mrs. Russel Dickinson 




Ms. Angela Bagley Fitzpatrick 


Mrs. Joan Womack Rammer '64 


Mr and Mrs. A. R Corum 


Mr Joseph R Dicks 




Ms, Lisa A. Gossett 


Mr. William J. Flammer '62 


Mr and Mrs. Mark Crissey 


Mrs. Murlene L. Dubay 




Mr. Anthony K.Greene 


Mr George E. Goodwin 


Mr and Mrs. Robert Darland 


Mr and Mrs. William A. Emerson 




Ms. Michele Diane Hipps 


Mr and Mrs. Robert Grathwohl 


Mr and Mrs. Render S. Davis §A 


Mr William J. Evans 




Ms. Pattie Ingle 


Mr and Mrs. George H. Lane, III 


JDr D. Peter Drotman a 


'Di. Lawrence 1. Finkel 




Ms, Pamela G. Joseph 


Mr J. Smith Lanier 


Mr Grigori Galperine 


Mr Robert Edward Fitzgerald 




Ms. Tiffany Kirkland.M.B.A. 


Mr and Mrs. Hugh A. Metcalf, Jr 


Mr Kari Jost 


Mr and Mrs. Robert C. Galloway 




Ms, Grace J, Ledfors 


Mr L. Donald Richard 


Mr John 0. Mitchell, Sr. 


Mr and Mrs. Emest L, Ghee 




Mrs. Carisa Lindsay 


Mr Ralph Dean Sims § 


Mr and Mrs. Haffell Robinson § 


Mr and Mrs, Owen Goudelocke 




Mr. Joseph C. Luke, IV 




Mr Mark Royalty 


Ms, Bart)ara F Green § 




Ms. Brooke McCain 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Mr Larry C, Shattles '67 


Mr and Mrs, Brent Griffith 




Ms. Kelley Napier 


Mr Robert L. Boggus, Jr '49 


Mr and Mrs. Scott S. Thompson 


Mr and Mrs. Wendell L.Hans 




Ms. Victoria J. Payne 


Mr and Mrs. John Cogan 


Mr and Mrs. John T Williams § 


iMr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Hansen § 




Ms. Stephanie Peccia 


Mrs. Reese E. Cume 


Mr and Mrs. Farris F Yates 


Mrs. Eugenia S. Henderson 




Ms. Cassandra L. Prescott 


Mr and Mrs. Rudy Hanzsek, Jr 




Mr and Mrs. Gene Hitchcock 




Ms. Sandra S. Quails 


Ms. Irene Kennon 


[Biacli and Gold Club 


Mr and Mrs. William Hodges 




Mrs, Vicky D. Samuel 


Mrs. Janet H. Maddox 


Mrs. Linda C. Allbritten 


Mr Steven Craig Hotter 




Ms, Valyncia Smith 


Mr and Mrs. Douglas Morrison § 


Dr G. Malcolm Amerson 


Mr Gregory Home 




Ms, Sasha Smith 


Mrs. W. Harold Nash 


Mr and Mrs. Steve A. Atnip 


Mr Frank Ippollto 




Ms. Mary Straub 


Mr Morris L. Tubesing '95 


Mrs. Anita S. Baker 


Mrs, Lou Ella Jenkins '71 




Ms. Paula Tecklenburg 


Mrs. Pamela G. Tubesing a 


Dr and Mrs. Timothy Ban-owman 


Dr and Mrs, Alva H, Johnson 




Ms. Christina Vinluan 




Ms. Anne Begnaud a 


Mr and Mrs, John Johnson 




Mr Hayden Willis 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mr John J. Bowman, Jr. 


Mr and Mrs, Lester B, Johnson III 




Ms. Ritva Porter a 


Mr James A. Bohart, Sr 


Mr and Mrs. James E. Boyd 


Mr and Mrs. Willie R. Johnson 

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Or. and Mrs. W.G. Johnstone 


Mr and Mrs. Charles Stanley § 


Mrs. Janet H. Maddox 


Ms. Susan Bacher 


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Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sn '69 


Mr and Mrs. Walter Straub 


Dr W. Irwin Ray Jr 


Mrs. Karen S. Carter 


s 


Dr. and Mrs. James C. Kasperbauer 


Mr and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr 


Dr Beth Roberts 


Mr Robert B. Carton 


2 
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X 


Mr and Mrs, Patrick J. Kelly 


Mr and Mrs. Theodore Studley, Jr 


Mrs. Pamela G. Tubesing a 


Mr Heath Coleman '95 


Mr. and Mrs. James W. King 


Mr and Mrs. Mark A, Summers § 


Ms. Rebecca A. Whicker a 


Dr Cassandra Copeland 


H 


Mr and Mrs. Scott Kmeger 


Mr and Mrs. Stanton Treuman 


Mr Charles M. Wingo 


Dr Roberta K. Deppe 


>- 
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C/1 


Mr Robert W. Lenzer 79 


Mr and Mrs. Robert Tulowitzky 




Mr T Rus Drew 


a: 


Mr and Mrs. David Leonard 


Mr and Mrs. Mart< A. Walker 


John Thomas Lupton Society 


Mr Robert N. Fink '03 § 




Mr David Scott Loomis 


Mr and Mrs. Wesley Wallace 


Mr James A. Bohart, Sr 


Mr F Daniel Giordano '02 § 


a. 


Mr and Mrs. Peter Lucas 


Mr & Mrs. Charles West 


Dr William L. Brightman 


Ms. Janet A. Grant '01 


O 
X 
H 


Mr and Mrs. PaulJ. Luedtke 


Dr and Mrs. Morgan N. Whaley Sr a 


Dr Ronald L. Carlisle a 


Dr. Robert M. Grant '90 


Mr and Mrs. Josepti C. Luke III 


Ms, Wilma Whatley 


Mr Thomas J. Couch 


Mr Eric Huret 


a 
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Mr and Mrs. Richard F. Lynen 


Mr & Mrs. Stephen Williams 


Dr Brad L. Stone 


Ms. Angela P Huynh '03 




Mr and Mrs. John P Maguire 


Rev. & Mrs. R. L. Williamson, Jr 


Dr. Linda J. Taylor 


Ms. Donna Johnson 


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Ms. Christine Marshall 


Mrs. Anne Jill Writer '77 




Dr Elizabeth C. Johnson 


Mr John C.Marshall 


Ms. Ann M.Yingling § 


Society of 1835 


Mr George Kopec 




Ms, Ingrid Martinez 


Mr. Joseph A. Zaffuto 


Ms. Beverly Armento 


Dr Peter Kower 




Ms. Aline J. Massey 


Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto '89 


Dr. and Mrs. Charies L. Baube 


Ms. Gina Phillips Laney 




Mr Neil Gray McBride 




Mr Manuel F. Bonilla 


Mr Jim Ledbetter 




Mr and Mrs. Fran Mertens 


Faculty and Staff 


Mr Patrick N. Bonones 


Mr Carl D. Lubbe '03 




Or Ronald E. Mickens 


Each and every member of the faculty 


Dr Jeffrey Collins 


Dr Jay Lutz 




Mr and Mrs, Ken Minor 


and staff of the university contributes to 


Mrs. Mary Crosby 


Mrs. Nathalie Mesadieu-Williams 




Mr and Mrs. Tariq H. Mirza 


Oglethorpe's success The following 


Mrs. Therese A, D'Agostino 


Mr Thomas A. Namey '02 




Mr and Mrs. Henry L. Mix 


members of the Oglethorpe community 


MrMari<W, DeLong'03 


Dr John C. Nardo 




Mrs. Lynette T. Myers 


supported the university financially dur- 


Mr William T Doerr 


Mrs. Kathleen Duda Nason '99 




Mr Roger L. Myers § 


ing the last year. 


Ms. Lindsey Mann 


Dr John D. Orme 




Ms. Vickie Newell 


Thomwell Jacobs Society 


Ms, Barbara McKay a 


Ms. Lisa Reams 




Mr and Mrs. Khampheng Norasing 


Dr Larry D. Large §a 


Ms. Holly Hofmann Middlemis 


Dr Seema Shrikhande 




Mr Drew David NIorberry 




Ms. Vicki Miller 


Ms. Nicole R. Smith '96 




Mr and Mrs. Joseph L. Orlando § 


Philip Weltner Society 


Mr Lloyd Nick 


Ms. Valyncia Smith '04 




Mr Craig D. Ranter '93 


Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 


Dr Caroline Noyes 


Dr Robert Steen 




Mr. and Mrs. J. Dennis Patrick 


Dr William F Straley 


Ms. Stephanie L. Phillips '90 


Mr Christopher R. Summers '03 § 




• |Mr. Ronald Pelissero 




Mr Peter A. Rooney 


Ms. La-Shena K. Tatum '02 




Mrand Mrs.Tbomas M. Ponte Sr § 


James Edward Oglethorpe Society 


Mrs. Penelope McCulloch Rose '65 


Dr. James M. Turner 




Mrs. Judith Vananzi Rabel '81 


Dr Chris Ames 


Dr Michael K. Rulison 


Ms. Ginger Williams 




Mrs. Patricia Raczynski 


Mr. James T. Hakes 


Mrs. Kelei Sabatino 


Dr Jason M. Wirth 




Mr Ralph Rader, D.D.S. 


Mrs. C. Lee Boggus Knippenberg '82 


Or Daniel L. Schadler 


Mrs. Joanne R. Yendle 




Mr and Mrs. Thomas Remington 


Dr Joseph M. Knippenberg 


Dr Cheryl Granade Sullivan a 


Dr Philip Zinsmeister 




Mr and Mrs. Randall Renz 


Dr Philip J. Neujahr 


Mr Joshua Waller '03 






Mr and Mrs. Eddie Reynolds 


Mrs. Adrina Richard 


Ms. Jaime Wojdowski '03 






Mr and Mrs. Steven Rigdon 


Mr Robert L. Unger § 


Dr Alan N. Woolfolk 






Mrs. Jackie Perdue Rodriguez '71 


Dr Victoria Weiss AG 








Ms, Mary Emily Schultz 




Black and Gold Club 






Mr and Mrs. Martin Schweitzer 


Sidney Lanier Society 


Ms. Aimee Ahmed 






iDr.William O.Shropshire A 


Dr Timothy Doyle 


Mr David Alvis 

















Iionnr roll of donors 



Friends 

Oglethorpe University enjoys the sup- 
port of many individuals who believe in 
the contributions the university makes 
to our community and the world. 
Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society 
Mrs. Jesse S. Hall 8 
Mr. Claus M. Halle* 
Mrs. Betsy Hansen 9 
Mr Harald R. Hansen 
Mr, Warren Y. Jobe §a 
Mr David L. Kolb 

ThornwellJacobs Society 
Mr William R. Goodell 
Mrs. Marsha L. Large §a 
Mr James R. Magbee 
Mr. R. D. Odom 
Mr John J. Scalley 
Mr. Arnold B. Sidman & 
Mrs. TobyAnne Sidman a 

Philip Weltner Society 

Mrs. Margaret Conant Dickson 9 

James Edward Oglethorpe Society 

Ms, Elsie L, Adier 

Anonymous 

Dr Jeffrey D. Arnett 

Ms. Pin Pin Chau 

Mr Kenneth S, Chestnut 

Mr Milton C, Clipper 

Mr Rowland Cocks 

Mr Paul L. Dillingham 

Mr Jack Guynn 

Mr& Mrs. Charles Edward Brodnax 

Hansen 
Mr Hugh M, Inman, Sr 
Mr James P McLain & 
Mr A, A, Neese, Jr § 
Dr Ken Nishimura 
Mr. Edward E, Noble 
Mrs, Barbara Stanton a 
Dr Pamela Tremayne a 



Sidney Lanier Society 

Ms, Susan Baker a 

Mr and Mrs. Eugene Caldwell 

Mrs. Gail S. Glover 

Mr Marion B. Glover, Jr 

Ms. Elizabeth Roberts King 

Mr Will Hill Newrton III 

Mr & Mrs. Stephan Nygren a 

Mr John C, Pernor a 

Mr Michael L, Salamone 

John Thomas Lupton Society 

Mr John Ambler 

Mrs, Susan Carlisle 

Mrs. Sharon DiMarco 

Mr. Don W. Millen a 

Ms. Maureen A. O'Brien-Briggs 

Society of 1835 

Mr John P Boyle a 

Mr Robert W, Chambers, Jr a 

Mr David Crosby § 

Mrs, Lynn Dale 

Ms, Carol A, Danford A 

Mr John Finnigan III 

Mr Michael A, Gerber 

Ms, Chervl Hall a 

Mr Tom Hall 

Mrs. Kathleen P. Hawks 6 

Ms. Bonnie S, Hayes a 

Dr J. Brien Key a 

Mr and Mrs. Richard Lyon 

Mr James E. Mathis a 

Mr Bradley J. Miller § 

Mr E, R, Mitchell, Jr 

Mrs, Vanya Nick 

Mrs, Virginia P Plummer 9 

Ms. Jodi Saliterman 

Dr Louise M, Valine 

Dr Martha Vardeman 

Ms. Lesley A. Ward a 

Mr Robert P Wilson 

Ms. Joan S. Wink a 

Dr and Mrs. James D. Young 

Mr Paul T, Zantzinger 



Black and Gold Club 

Mr Samuel Akoto A 

Ms. Jane Woods Alexander a 

Ms. Emily Allen a 

Mr Richard A. Allison III 

Mr and Mrs. Gerald Anderson a 

E, B, Arden a 

Ms, Dorothy E, Asher § 

Mrs, Shirley B, Averett A 

Mrs. Yvonne Wichman Baker a 

Ms, Alisa Barry A 

Mr Bruce Bartnick a 

Drs, Jose and Licha da Becerra a 

Mr and Mrs. Charles B. Bedford a 

Mr John H. Belville § 

Ms. Natalie Bennett a 

Ms. Sally Benoy a 

Ms. Vicki Bertrand § 

Mr and Mrs. Bethel § 

Mrs. Paula Lawton Bevington 8 

Ms. Gloria A. Bittner a 

Ms. Maureen Blando a 

jMr. and Mrs. Lou Boos A 

Ms. Sabra Bowers A 

Ms, Linda R Bowles a 

Ms, Josephine C, Breyfogle a 

Mrs. Charlesey W. Brown a 

Dr David W. Brown 

Ms, Micki Brown § 

Ms, Frances B, Bunzl a 

Mrs, Kathryn B, Burke a 

Mr and Mrs, Richard Bush a 

Mr Robert Buttolph 

Mrs, Marion Weltner Cannon 

Ms, Elizabeth B. Carter A 

Ms, Irene Carter a 

Mr Scott Eric Carter 

Mr and Mrs. J. A. Chesnut § 

Dr Margaret Child a 

Mr Norm Citron a 

Ms, Emily Collette a 

Ms, Debra Combs A 

Ms, Judith M, Conn a 

Ms, Barbara T, Copeland 

Dr Louise Cording a 



'Ms. KathyCountin A 

Mr Robert C. Covington § 

Ms. Dorothy A. Cunningham A 

Mrs. Rose Cunningham A 

Mrs. Joan Darrow a 

Mr and Mrs. Bob Davis § 

Mr Guy Stephen Davis 

Ms. Liza Davis a 

Dr and Mrs. S. Carter Davis, Jr a 

Ms. Kathy Deck a 

Mrs. Ariane Chalmers DeLong a 

Ms. Josee Penot Demetry. Ph.D. a 

Ms. Cynthia L, Denman a 

Mr J. Patrick Denman a 

Ms, Cynthia Y Dersch a 

Ms, Carolyn Y Dishman a 

Ms, Sandra DiVitare a 

Ms, Carolyn Doherty a 

Mrs, Ruth C, Donovan a 

Mr W,S, Dougherty a 

Mr Tim G, Dunn § 

Ms. Linda D. Effron a 

Mrs, Jane G, Ellas a 

Mr and Mrs, Bruce B, Emory a 

Mr and Mrs, Graham Erceg a 

Dr Fereydoon Family a 

Mr and Mrs, William M. Farrell 

Ms. Caroline Ferrario § 

Mr and Mrs. Richard Ferraro § 

Ms. Nancy U. Fillingame a 

Ms. Faye First a 

Mr Edwin Fisher a 

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Milton M. Ratner Foundation 


Wilson R and Anne W, FranWin 


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Martha and Wilton Looney Foundation 


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Sledge Foundation 


Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation 


Dorian Software Creations, Inc. 




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Public Broadcasting Atlanta 


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iLettie Pate Whitehead Foundation 


Ryder Systems Charitable Foundation '^ 


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;Mende'sATA Karate, Inc. 




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' Thornwelt Jacobs Society 


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lowing companies and foundations 


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Practice Management Resources 




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Atlanta 


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Gifts in Kind 


The Cammie Lee Stow Kendrick 


The Fred C. Robey Endowed Scholar 


Ozgorkey Entrepreneurship Fund 


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Crouch Endowed Scholar 


The J. Mack Robinson Endowed 


Manning M. Pattillo Professorship 


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The Karen S. Dillingham Memorial 


Scholar 


Garland Pinholster Fund for Academic 


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gifts of property or service throughout 


Endowed Scholar 


The John R Salamone Memorial 


and Athletic Excellence 


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the year 


The R. E. Dorough Endowed Scholar 


Scholarship 


Rich Foundation Endowment for Urban 


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The William A. Egerton Memorial 


The Steve & Jeanne Schmidt Endowed 


Leadership 


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Atlanta History Center 


Endowed Scholar 


Scholar 


Mack RIkard Endowed Lecture Series 


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Atlanta Journal-Constitution a 


The Ernst and Young Endowed Scholar 


The Timothy P. Tassopoulos Endowed 


Anne R. SIddons Endowment 


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Bigelow Advertising a 


The Henry R. "Hank" Frieman 


Scholar 






Tfie Center for Puppetry Arts 


Endowed Scholar 


The Dr. Heyl G. & Ruth D. Tebo 


Honorariums and Memorials 


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Chick-fil-A, Inc. 


The Charles A. Frueauff Endowed 


Endowed Scholar 


Supporting the education of future genera- 


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Dante's Down the Hatch 


Scholar 


The Charles L. & Jean Towers Scholar 


tions is a tremendous way to honor those 


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Edwin Watts Golf Store 


The Lu Thomasson Garrett Endowed 


The J. M. Tull Scholar 


who have made an impact on our lives. 






Mr Antonio V. Lentini '87 


Scholar 


The United Technologies Corporation 


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Mr and Mrs. Dennis Merony 


The Georgia Power Company 


Endowed Scholar 


Oglethorpe University as a way to honor or 




Mizuno Golf Company 


Endowed Scholar 


The Charles Longstreet Weltner 


memorialize someone close to these 






Mrs, Adrina Richard 


The Goizueta Endowed Scholarship 


Memorial Endowed Scholar 


donors. 




St. Augustine Press 


The Walter F. Gordy Memorial 


The L. W. "Lefty" & Frances E. Willis 






Stone Mountain Park 


Endowed Scholar 


Endowed Scholar 


In Honor of Mr. G. Douglass Alexander 




USA Waters 


The Bert L. & Emory B. Hammack 


The Vivian R& Murray D.Wood 


& Kristina Carlson's wedding 








Memorial Scholar 


Endowed Scholar 


Dr Larry D. Large 






Endowed Scholarships 


The Francis R. Hammack Scholar 


Louise H. Woodbury Endowed Scholar 


Dr Victoria Weiss 






Scholarship endowments make up the 


The Leslie U. & Ola Ryle Hammack 


The David, Helen, & Marian Woodward 








foundation of the financial aid program 


Memorial Scholar 


Endowed Scholar 


In Honor of Dr. G. Malcolm Amerson 






at Oglethorpe University. The foresight. 


The Harold Hirsch Scholarship Fund 




Mrs. Deborah Jobe Koehler '72 






dedication, and compassion of each of 


The Ira Jarrell Endowed Scholar 


Restricted Endowments 


Ms. Gail Lynn '77 






the donors who established these 


The Nancy H. Kerr Endowed Scholar 


These endowments are restricted 


Ms. Cindy L. Sedran '75 




funds make an immediate impact on 


The Mary Jane Stuart Kohler Endowed 


toward enhancing the academic 


Mr Geoffrey 0. Spiess '91 




the lives of our students. 


Scholarship 


atmosphere of Oglethorpe University 








The Lowry Memorial Scholar 


through establishing unique academic 


In Honor of Mr. Gordon A. Anderson 73 






The Ivan Allen Endowed Scholar 


The Vera A. Milner Endowed Scholar 


programs, providing professorships. 


Mr Arnold B. Sidman 






The Marshall A. & Mary Bishop Asher 


The Virgil W. & Virginia 0. Milton 


and undenwriting awards tor outstand- 


Mrs. Toby Anne Sidman 






Endowed Scholar 


Endowed Scholar 


ing teaching and research. 








The Keith Baker Endowed Scholarship 


The National Alumni Association 




In Memory of Prof. Leo Bilancio 




The Bank of America Scholars Fund 


Endowed Scholar 


Herman L. Daugherty Endowment 


Mr Thomas C. McCague '93 




The Earl Blackwell Endowed Scholar 


The Dr Keilchi Nishimura Endowed 


Francis 1. Eeraerts Endowed Chair of 


Mr Joseph R. Menez '70 






The Spirit of '63 Endowed Scholar 


Scholar 


Foreign Language 


Mr. Edward A. Rapp '81 






The Miriam H. & John A. Conant 


The Oglethorpe Christian Endowed 


David C. Garrett, Jr. Endowed Teaching 


Rev John S. Sims '68 






Endowed Scholar 


Scholar 


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The Michael A. Corvasce Memorial 


The Oglethorpe Memorial Endowed 


The Grenwald Faculty Endowment 


In Memory of Mrs. Odette Guthrie 




Endowed Scholar 


Scholar 


Eugene W. Ivy Endowment 


Blumensaadt '39 




The Estelle Anderson Crouch Endowed 


The Manning M. Pattillo, Jr Endowed 


Vera A. Milner Endowed Professorship 


The Wilson P and Anne W. Franklin 




Scholar 


Scholar 


of Education 


Foundation 




The Katherine Shepard Crouch 


The E. Rivers & Una Rivers Endowed 


National Endowment for the 


Mrs. Rhett Pinson Sanders '43 




Endowed Scholar 


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In Honor of Mr. Moses Gregory, Jr. 


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Ms. Brooke McCain '04 


Mrs. Adrina Richard 


Ms. Pamela G. Joseph '04 


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Mrs. Carisa Lindsay '04 


In Memory of Ms. Alice Cornell 


In Memory of Mr. Kevin R. Crooks, Sr. 


In Honor of Mr. Scott Haight '89 




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Ms. Kristina Marie Crooks '04 


Mr. James C. Haight 


In Honor of Ms. Jennifer Claire 




Mrs. Clare FIndley Magbee '56 






Marshall '04 


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In Memory of Mrs. Lois R. Hakes 


Ms. Christine Marshall 


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In Honor of Larry and Janet Brown 


Mr. J. Cabot Gupton '63 


Mrs. Adrina Richard 


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Ms. Jennifer Brown 04 






In Memory of Mr. Jeff Morton '76 


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In Honor of Mr. Timothy R. 


In Honor of Dr. Tim H. Hand 


Mrs. Elizabeth Kidder Ambler '76 


In Honor of Dr. & Mrs. J.R. Burgess, Jr. 


Crowley '97 


Dr. Jason M. Wirth 


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Rev. James R. Burgess III '72 


Mrs. Heather McNeill Ivkovich '99 


In Honor of Ms. Sydney Holstad 


In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip 
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In Honor of Ms. Michelle Cataline 


In Memory of Mr. Richard S. Cumming 


Mrs. September Holstad '04 


Ms. Suzanne E. Dorough '04 


Mr. Bud Salamone 


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Mrs. Catherine 0. Ingersoll '56 


In Honor of Mr. Faisal B. Johnson '04 


In Memory of Mr. Stephen Cole 




In Memory of Mr. Thomas W. 




Mr and Mrs. Lester B. Johnson, III 


Nash '76 




Chandler, Jr. 


In Memory of Mrs. Jane Caller 




Mrs. W. Harold Nash '76 




Mr. Robert L. Manning '64 


Curkin '50 


In Memory of Mr. Charles R. 








Mr Alvin J. Curkin '51 


Jones, Jr. 


In Honor of Ms. Atsuko Nishimura 




In Honor of Mr. & Mrs. Doug Cofield 




Mrs. Yvonne Scales Jones '71 


Mrs. Adrina Richard 




Ms. Katie Cofield '04 


In Memory of Dr. Harry Maxwell 










Dobson 


In Honor of Dr. Raymond J. Kaiser 


In Honor of Mr. Olaf Vergil Norman 




In Honor of Ms. Kelly Cogan '04 


Mr. Clark D. Raby '65 


Ms. Gail Lynn '77 


and the late Mrs. Anna Ksionzyk 




Mr and Mrs. John Cogan 


Rev. John S. Sims '68 


In Honor of the Kegley Family 


Norman 

Ms. Linda Eva Blumenthal '04 




In Honor of Ms. Mary Bridget 


In Honor of the Dorough Family 


Ms. Susan Bachman Kegley '04 






Cogan '06 


Ms. Suzanne E. Dorough '04 




In Memory of Mr. John North 




Mr. and Mrs. John Cogan 


In Memory of Mr. W. Dixon Foster 


In Memory of Miss Rose Bud 
Kent '62 


Mrs. Clare FIndley Magbee '56 




In Honor of Ms. Martha Collins 


and Mrs. Katherine J. Foster 


Mr. and Mrs. Sydney B. Neville 


In Memory of Mrs. Emma Gates 




Mr. John R. Collins '72 


Mr. William R.Foster '58 


In Honor of Dr. Nancy H. Kerr 


Nottingham '34 

Mrs. Rhett Pinson Sanders '43 




In Memory of Mr. Thomas H. 


In Memory of Dr. Lula T Garrett '52 


Mrs. Michelle Rosen Haney '90 






Collins '70 


Mr David C. Garrett, Jr. '99 (H) 




In Memory of Mrs. Betty Ann 




Mrs. Gretchen VonMuller Collins '69 




In Memory of Ms. Mary Jane Stuart 


Brumbelow O'Quinn '53 






In Memory of Ms. Lyndra Suzanne 


Kohler '90 


Mrs. Mary Louise MacNeil '51 




In Memory of Mrs. Miriam H. "Bimby" 


Givens '94 


Mr. and Mrs. William M. Farrell 






Conant '92 (H) 


Mr. Matthew S. Reeves '97 


Mr John Finnigan, III 


In Memory of Mr. Antonio Michael 




Mr. Harry R. Frazer '89 


Ms. Amy D. Zickus '94 


Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt '90 
Mr. and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. 


Palma '42 

iAnnistown Elementary School 




In Honor of Mr. John A. Conant '92 (H) 


In Memory of Dr. Roy N. Goslin 71 (H) 


Dr. Victoria Weiss 


Ms. Micki Brown 




Mr. Harry R. Frazer '89 


Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough '65 


Mrs. Kerensa Shoemake Wing '90 
Dr. and Mrs. James D. Young 


Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chesnut 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Davis 




In Memory of Ms. Lorraine Coss 


In Honor of Veronica and Kendra Greene Dr Marilyn K. Tanner, MHS 


Ms. Caroline Ferrario 




Ms. Pattie Ingle '04 


Mr. Anthony K. Greene '04 

































Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferraro 


In Honor of Mr. Alexander Jay 


In Honor of Mr. Roland Sauer 


DID WE MISS YOUR NAME'7 


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Ms. Carolyn B. Lawson 


Sabatino 


Mr Bud Salamone 


Every effort tias been made to ensure 







Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. McGregor 


Dr Victoria Weiss 




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Mr and Mrs. Thomas J. Mooney 




In Honor of Mr. Steve Schmidt '40 


eacti contributor if you M not find 


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Mr and Mrs. Carl E. Rains 


In Honor of Mr. Benedict Salamone 


Maj- James C. McClanahan '41 


your name in this pubiication one 


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Mrs. John B. Wiilis 


Mrs. Sharon DiMarco 




of two things may have happened. 


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In Memory of Dr. George 


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In Honor of Dr. Manning M. 


In Honor of Ms. Candace Salamone 


Seward '78 (H) 


appreciate you letting us know of 


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Mr. Bud Salamone 


Mr William J. Flammer '62 


any errors. 






Mr and Mrs. John E. Mays 






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In Honor of Mr. John P. Salamone '86 


In Honor of Mr. Kenny Siclgnano 


gifts made during our fiscal year 






In Memory of Mrs. Martha Pattillo 


Mr Michael J. Cheek '86 


Mr Frederick M. Sicignano '93 


July 1 , 2003 - June 30, 2004. 


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Dr Ronaid L. Carlisle 


Mr Dean Thomas DeCencio '87 










MrBurtVardeman 


Mrs. Sharon DiMarco 


In Memory of Mr. Frank 


if you have questions or concerns 


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Dr Martha Vardeman 


Mr James Stanford Fisher '00 


Simmons Jr. '59 


piease contact tt/larl< DeLong, 






Mr Harry R. Frazer '89 


Ms. Virginia B. Trifiro 


Office of Deveiopment and Alumni 






In Honor of Donald and Stephanie 


Mr Richard A. Hans '87 




Reiations, at the university's 






Peccia 


Mr. Bobby Holman '96 


In Honor of Walter and Patricia 


address. (404) 364-8330, or 






Ms. Stephanie Peccia '04 


Mr Kenneth C. Kuffrey '98 
Mr David E, Lerette '95 


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Ms, Marv Straub '04 


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In Honor of Mrs. Susan Woodson 


Mr. Jeffrey B. Levy '81 








Pechfelder 73 


Mr. Kevin L. Mende '73 


In Memory of Mr. Jack E. Tebeau '63 






Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer 72 


Mrs. Jennifer Berry Moretz '92 
Mr Anthony Francis Murphy '85 


Dr. Mickey M. Metcalf '63 








In Memory of Mr. John Pinholster 


Mr David B. Robertson '86 


In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Danilo 








Mrs. Jeanne Fuller Schmidt '42 


Mr Donald E. Robertson '86 
Mr Bud Salamone 


Vinluan 

Ms. Christina Vinluan '04 








In Memory of Mr. Delbert W. Popp 


Mr Michael L. Salamone 










Mr and Mrs. Render S. Davis 


Mr Todd E. Shapiro '89 


In Honor of Dr. Victoria Weiss 








Mr and Mrs. Donald R. Kolbe 


Ms. Margaret Waterston Weber '97 


Dr Jeffrey D. Arnett 








Mr and Mrs. James C. Owen, Sr 


Dr Victoria Weiss 


Mrs, Mary Crosby 








Mr and Mrs. Charles Stanley 


Mr John B. Wilson '83 


Mrs, Therese A. D'Agostinc 








Mr Ralph Dean Sims 


On Victor E. Zubar '90 


In Honor of Richard and Jacqueline 








In Memory of Mr. Eric T. Prescott 


In Honor of Ms. Mary Ellen 


Wiggins 








Ms. Cassandra L. Prescott '04 


Salamone 

Mr Bud Salamone 


Ms, Stephanie Bonner-Wiggins '04 








In Honor of Mr. & Mrs. Wayne 




In Memory of Ms. Mary Evelyn 








Ranow 


In Honor of Mr. Michael Salamone 


Wingo 








Ms. Grace J. Ledfors '04 


Mr Bud Salamone 


Mrs. Adrina Richard 








In Honor of Dr. Beth Roberts 


In Honor of Mr. Thomas Salamone 


In Honor of Dr. Ed Wolpert 








Ms. Elizabeth Roberts King 


Mr Bud Salamone 


Ms, Elizabeth Roberts King 






In Honor of Mr. Peter A. Rooney 


In Honor of Ms. Catherine Bauer 


In Honor of Ms. Collins H. Yates '01 






Mr, Williann R. McCamey 


Mr Bud Salamone 


Mr and Mrs, Earns F Yates 

























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BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2004-2005 


Larry D. Large, President 




Warren Y. Jobe, C/m/> 


Oglethorpe University 




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Belle Turner Lynch, Vice Chair/Chair Elect 






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Susan M. Soper '69. Secretary 


Roger A. Littell '68, Investment Management ayid Trust Consultant 




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Harald R. Hansen, Treasurer 


Northwestern Mutual Trust Company 




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G. Douglass Alexander '68, President 


Belle Turner Lynch '61, Atlanta 




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Alexander Haas Martin & Farmers 






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Clare ("Tia") Magbee '56, Atlanta 






Yetty L. Arp '68. Associate Broker 






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Southeast Commercial Properties 


Stephen E. Malone '73, First Vice President 






Merrill Lynch 






A. Diane Baker '77, Attorney at Law 






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Roswell, Ga. 


E.R. Mitchell Jr., President and CEO 






E.R. Mitchell & Cojnpany 




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Kenneth S. Chestnut, Principal 








The Integral Group. LLC. 


Bob T Nance '63, President 




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Milton C. Clipper, President and CEO 


Nance Carpet & Rug Company, Inc. 




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Public Broadcasting Atlanta 


R. D. Odom. President 






BellSouth Network Services 




Charles G. DeNormandie II '96, Senior Financial Advisor 








American Express Financial Advisors Inc. 


John J. Scalley, Executive Vice President (Retired) 






IDS Life Insurance Company 


Genuine Parts Company 






William A. Emerson, Senior Vice President (Retired) 


Laura Turner Seydel '86. Trustee 






Meirill Lynch Pierce, Fenner and Smith 


The Turner Foundation 






Norman P. Findle}', Executive Vice President, Marketing 


O.K. Sheffield '53, Vice President (Retired) 






Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. 


BankSouth, N.A. 






J. Lewis Glenn '71, President and CEO 


Arnold B. Sidman, OfCoumel 






Hany Norman Realtors 


Chamberlain, Hrdlicka, White, Williams & Martin 






Joel Goldberg, President (Retired) 


Susan M. Soper '69, Communications: Editing, Writing, Consulting 






The Rich Foundation 


Atlanta, Ga. 






William R. Goodell, President 


Timothy P. Tassopoulos '81, Senior Vice President of Operations 






The Robertson Foundation 


Chick-fil-A, Inc. 






Jack Guynn, President ayid CEO 








Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta 


TRUSTEE EMERITI 






James J. Hagelow '69, Managing Director 


Franklin L. Burke '66, Chairman and CEO (Retired) 






Marsh USA Inc. 


Bank South, N.A. 






Harald R. Hansen, Chairman, President and CEO (Retired) 


Elmo I. Ellis, Vice President (Retired) 






First Union Corporation ofGeor^a 


Cox Broadcasting Corporation 






James V. Hartlage Jr. '65, President 


George E. Goodwin, Senior Counselor (Retired) 






Accumetric, Inc. 


Manning, Selvage & Lee 






Trishanda L. HInton '96, Attorney 


C. Edward ("Ned") Hansel], Senior Counselor (Retired) 






Parker, Hudson, Rainer & Dobbs LLP 


Jones, Day Reavis & Pogue 






W. Jephtha Hogan '72, First Vice President Investments 


Arthur Howell, Senior Partner (Retired) 






Salomon Smith Barney Inc. 


Alston & Bird 






Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78, Dentist 


J. Smith Lanier, Chairman and CEO (Retired) 






Snellville, Ga. 


J. Smith Lanier and Company 






Warren Y. Jobe, Executive Vice President (Retired) 


James R McLain, Attorney 






Georgia Power Company 


McLain and Merritt, PC. 






Charles B. Knapp, Ph.D., Director of Educational Development 


Stephen J. Schmidt '40, Chairman and CEO 






CF Foundation, Inc. 


Dixie Seal & Stamp Company 






David L. Kolb, Chairman and CEO (Retired) 








Mohawk Industries, Inc. 















Campus Treasures Tell Stories of OU History 

By Erica Rountree 

Poke around the university archives for a day, and 
you could stumble across a wealth of treasures such 
as letters from Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Helen 
Keller's signature and a 1 7th century document 
from the Oglethorpe family. You may also discover a 
complete photo history of Oglethorpe, showing the 
campus and its activities from the turn of the 19 th 
century to the present. The university is fortunate to 
have a rich collection of artifacts relating to the his- 
tory of the school. 

"The archives contain a wealth of information about 
the history of Oglethorpe," says Anne Salter, direc- 
tor of the Weltner library. "The collection includes 



books, photographs and documents related to the 
development of the campus and the growth of the 
liberal arts college in the South." 

Alumni are encouraged to search their private collec- 
tions and consider donating materials to the archives. 
These donations will 
become part of the 
permanent collection 
and will enlighten 
and delight students, 
staff, faculty and the 
campus community 
for years to come. 
For more informa- 
tion, contact the 
library at (404)364- 
8511. 



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Alumni Relations Calendar 

Oct. 15-17: '80s Reunion, John P. Salamone Memorial Soccer Tournament 
and Aiumni Night at Georgia Shal<esp8are Festivai, "IVIacBeth" 
by Wiiiiam Shakespeare 
Nov. 4: Stormy Petrel Bar Association's Fall Social, location TBA 

Nov. 9: Book Club with Professors Bill Brightman and John Orme, 

Sheffield Alumni Suite 

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