OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY IHE f 7 • « A \ / ond Under a Microscope From Snellville to Bangladesh, Petrjis are working to improve public health P *■■'■ T Editors Mark DeLong '03 Kellv Robinson Class Notes Editor Alison Stroud Honor Roll Editor Claire M. Davis Editorial Board Barb Henr>' '85 David Ross '93 Susan Soper "69 Design Walt Groover, Light Communications Photographer Mark DeLong '03 Contributing Writers Liz Campbell "01 Dr. Garland Pinholster Elizabeth Pittman Joanne Yendle BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2005-06 Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61, Chair Mr. Jack Guynn. Vice Chair Mr. Harald R. Hansen, Treasurer Ms. Susan M. Soper '69. Secretary Mr. G. Douglass Alexander '68 Mrs. Yetty L. Arp '68 Mr. Robert E. Bowden '66 Mr. Kenneth S. Chestnut Mr. Milton C. Clipper Mr. William A. Emerson Mr. Norman P. Findley, III Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick. Jr. '78 Ms. jeanie E Flohr '99 Mr. J. Lewis Glenn '71 Dr. Joel Goldberg '00 (H) Mr. WiUiam R. GoodeU Mr. James J. Hagelow '69 Mr. James V. Hardage, Jr. '65 Mr. William J. Hogan, Jr. 72 Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78 Mr. Warren Y Jobe Dr. Charles B. Knapp Mr. Roger A. Littell '68 Mrs. Clare Findley Magbee '56 Mr. Stephen E. Malone '73 Mr. E.R. Mitchell. Jr. Mr, Bob T. Nance '63 Mr. R. D. Odom Mr. John J. Scalley Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel '86 Mr. O.K. Sheffield, Jr. '53 Mr. Joseph PShelton '91 Mr. Arnold B. Sidman Mr. Timothy P Tassopoulos '81 Ms. Trishanda Hinton Treadwell '96 TRUSTEE EMERITI Mr. Franklin L. Burke '66 Mr. George E. Goodwin Mr. C. Edward Hansel! Mr. Arthur Howell Mr. J. Smith Lanier Mr. James P McLain The Carillon is published semiannually for alumni and friends of Oglethorpe University. Oglethorpe, founded in 1835. is a private liberal arts college loccated on Peachtree Road in the heart of Atlanta. Oglediorpe University promises a classic education in a contemporary city. Our students learn co make a life, make a living and make a difference. 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Please note that submitted materials will not be returned. Submission does not guarantee publication as editors retain editorial rights. HI II j:*-!*^^ . .o^" contents 2 President's Message 3 News from the Provost • Reading With Fresh Eyes 4 News and Events 8 OU Have to Meet Them 9 Make a Life • 90 Years of Basl<;etball II Make a Living • World Under a IMicroscope 15 Make a Difference • Remembering Steve Schmidt, 1917-2005 17 Class Notes • Alumni Alert • Celebrating Alumni • Future Freshmen • Weddings • Alumni Updates • In Memoriam 27 Honor Roll of Donors IBC From the Archives • Documenting "Old Oglethorpe" residents me.<;.' Tonight I sit in my new home (on one of the two chairs that I have moved in thus far), preparing to share my tlioughts with you about my days as Oglethorpe's president. I believe I could write a short book about my start, although I have a feeling based on the length of my workday that this article may have to suffice. I love my job and could not be more proud to serve this university and all of those whose lives have been touched by it. Saturday night, after finishing my dinner at the local Waffle House with my parents and younger son, I was stopped by a man at the counter who asked me what connection I had to OU (I was wearing a decidedly unpresidential Oglethorpe golf hat, pair of shorts and T-shirt). When I confessed that I was the new president, he stated emphatically, "No, you are not. You don't look like any president of a college." He insisted on seeing my business card, which I did not have with me, then proceeded to quiz me on my resume, which he had apparently read carefully in the paper. I must have answered most of these questions convincingly, at least to the point where he felt comfortable enough to share, right there at the counter, a few personal complaints about Oglethorpe. I left that conversation bemused and impressed at the ownership and connection the community obviously feels with the university. And of course, it gives me the perfect excuse to make frequent trips back to the Waffle House. Each night for the past month or so, I have set aside some time to read. This week I read a wonderfiilly moving translation of a story about a Japanese man living out the last years of his life amidst the after-effects of the Hiroshima bombing. I also read a book on Kant, my first venture into Kantian philosophy in over 30 UNIVERSITY FOUNDED 1835 years. Two nights ago, I delved into the implications of Alexis de Tocqueville's political theories on religion in a civic society. Last week, I learned about the light-sensing capabilities of moUusks. I have studied the principles of teacher education in the tradition of the liberal arts, witch hunting in Bamberg, Germany, during the Catholic Reformation, chivalry in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, urban bird conservation, and women in mathematics. I have gone back to school, and I have the faculty at Oglethorpe to thank. I asked each member of the faculty to share with me something he or she had written, as one small attempt to come to know each person responsible for engaging and exciting the students who come to Oglethorpe. Some, I must admit, are difficult for me to grasp (after all, I am only a first-year student). But each is passionately felt and gives me a great sense of pride in the depth and breadth of our faculty. Oglethorpe provides an exceptional education: an education that elevates the lives of our students and, in turn, infuses the lives of those around them with mean- ing and purpose. An Oglethorpe education is all about enrichment, meaning and outcomes. Yet we also face immense challenges, and I have encountered all of those challenges during my first days here. My job is to articulate Oglethorpe's mission to inspire each constituent to support the university in realizing our vision and to provide the leadership to be a prudent and wise steward of our resources. Yet it will take all of us working together to ensure that Oglethorpe will thrive over the next decades. And yes, I will be calling you! I am honored to be here, inspired by the trust that has been placed in me and thrilled to have this opportunity to lead Oglethorpe University. Togetlier, we will acc»mplish great things. notes from the provost Reading with Fresli Eyes Christopher Ames "That first day [of class] I asked my students what they thought ficxion should accomplish, why one should bother to read fiction at all." It's a good question, and it might well be the start of a lively freshman discussion in Oglethorpe's Core 101, Narratives of the Self But the teacher quoted above is Azar Nafisi, who asked this question of her students at the University of Tehran in September 1979, shordy after the Islamist fundamentalist revolution that installed the Ayatollah Khomeini as ruler of Iran. Nafisi remained in Iran for 17 more years, teaching literature in an increasingly hostile and oppressive environment, continuing to meet with a small group of women students in her apartment after censorship and the closing of the university made literature classes virtually impossible. She tells her remarkable story in the bestselling memoir Reading Lolita in Tehran, which was this year's freshmen summer reading assignment. Students about to begin their college experience make a particularly appropriate audience for Nafisi's book since they take for granted the access to information, knowledge, inquiry and debate that the people of Iran saw disappear before their eyes in the name of revolution. Nafisi's students read and discuss classic works of the Anglo-American tradition: The Great Gatsby, Pride and Prejudice, Daisy Miller and, yes, Nabokov's Lolita. We are tempted to think that in a world in which dissidents are being jailed and executed, in which female students are dismissed from college for refiising to wear the veil or for wearing nail polish or mascara, that such traditional classics would seem alien and irrelevant. Part of the fascinating story that Nafisi tells is how these students discovered meaning and relevance in reading great literature from another time, place and language. Her experience shows us familiar books in a new light. What is it like to read The Great Gatsby in a society that punishes adiJtery with death by stoning? What is it like to read Lolita in a society which accepts arranged marriages for 12 year olds? What is it like to read Homer's Odyssey in a world with transcontinental air travel and global positioning satellites? What is it like to read Shakespeare's Othello in society where we are often told that racial difference is becoming a thing of the past? These questions have obvious parallels for our freshmen sitting in Narratives of the Self But as well as showing familiar texts from a different angle, Reading Lolita in Tehran reminds us that the pleasures and values of reading fiction cross national and temporal boundaries. As Nafisi continues explaining to her class on the first day, "Most great works of the imagination were meant to make you feel like a stranger in your own home. The best fiction always forced us to question what we took for granted." For this reason, totalitarian societies fear literary works and a free press; and for the same reason, higher education in a democratic society immerses students in such texts. Reading Lolita reminds us as well how precarious the freedoms we take for granted can be. Literature helps us find meaning in the world by firing our imaginations and broadening the sphere of our experiences. In Narratives of the Self, students explore how people, over time, have used storytelling to understand what it means to be alive. In reading the narratives of others, we compose our own narrative of self — just as we see Nafisi's core group of students do in Reading Lolita. Popular discourse today stresses reading for identification - to identify with a character who is somehow like us. That is one value of fiction, one answer to Nafisi's question at the start of the term. But literature also is valuable because it gives voice to things we have not and could not have experienced; it is important for its strangeness as well as its familiarity. Ultimately, all of a liberal arts education forces us to move beyond the boundaries of our immediate world, to learn the history and culture of other societies and other eras, to see the worlds revealed through the analyses of science and social science — learn other languages (figuratively and literally). For these reasons, Azar Nafisi's courageous tale offers a good starting point for the class of 2009. news ^ events Save the Date For a complete calendar of events, please visit vwra/.oglettiorpe.edu (keyword: events). November 4-5 November 9 November 1 1 November 15 November 17 November 1 8 December 1 -3 December 9 December 13 February 9 February 11-12 March 31 -April Parents Weekend Philadelphia Alumni Reception University Singers and Chorale Fall Concert 8:00 p.m. in the Conant Performing Arts Center New York City Alumni Reception Washington, D.C. Alumni Reception Baltimore Alumni Reception Women at the Ttiesmoptioria. directed by Miroslaw kocur 8:00 p.m. in the Conant Performing Arts Center Boar's Head Ceremony and Holiday Concert 7:30 p.m. in the Conant Performing Arts Center David Buice harpsichord concert, Lautenwerck Ctiristmas 7:30 p.m. in the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art Poetry Reading by Ted kooser, U.S. Poet Laureate and 2005 Pulitzer Prize winner 7:30 p.m. in the Conant Performing Arts Center Homecoming Weekend 2 Alumni Weekend 2006 Hurricane Relief Many Oglethorpe students spent their Labor Day weekend at the airport - not waiting for a flight to an exotic location but volunteering with Angel Flight of Georgia to get much needed food and supplies to the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Led by President Larry Schall and his wife Betty Londergan, students bought supplies and loaded them onto planes at Dekalb Peachtree Airport throughout the weekend. Oglethorpe students, faculty and President Sctiall and students from Alplia Phi Omega and Kappa Aipha Order help sort food for the evacuees of Hurricane Katrina. staff purchased over $50,000 in food, medicine and bedding during the three-day weekend on behalf of Angel Flight. Through Angel Flight, pilots volunteered their planes to ship supplies to southern Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana. President Schall, Londergan, Alex Watterson '07 and Kim Wiley '07 had the opportunity to fly down to Baton Rouge to help unload and distribute supplies over the Labor Day Weekend. The following week, Schall and Stormy Petrei editor Rachael Maddux '07 visited a shelter in Mansfield, Louisiana, to help distribute supplies while his wife flew to Baton Rouge with Luis Dominguez '06 to pick up Roberto Gimenez, a displaced student from the University of New Orleans who is now attending Oglethorpe. Maff Woodruff '07, Ahmad Shaheed '08, Nicl< Watterson '08. Aiex Watterson '07 and John Esterline '07 load an Angel Flight plane. students Help with Wildlife Conservation Three Oglethorpe University students volunteered to write a brochure to educate fisherman on how to save the kori bustard species, Africa's heaviest flying bird. Ben Corey '06, Deidre Hubbard '06 and Kelly Sands '05 created the brochure after a Conservation Biology class field trip to the Wildlife Conservation Society's Wildlife Propagation Facility on Georgia's St. Catherine Island. Kelly Sands '05. Daniel Em/in '06, Deirdre Hubbard '07 and Ben Corey '06 relax on the lookout tower at the Okefenokee Swamp. The island is currently being used by the kori bustard Species Survivorship Plan operated out of the National Zoo in Washington, O.C. The bustard population is declining due to human activities such as the use of pesticides, conversion of their habitat to farm- land, collisions with overhead power lines and hunting the birds for food or for feathers. The educational brochure maps out these dangers and solutions with easy-to-understand text and amazing photography. "This is a great example of our students going far beyond their coursework, applying what they learned (in class) and providing a service to society," said Oglethorpe University biology professor Roarke Donnelly The Conversation Biology course is an elective in the Urban Ecology certificate program. Oglethorpe in Princeton Review Oglethorpe University is featured in The Princeton Review's The Best 361 Colleges 2006 edition which came out in late August, A mixture of student quotes and Rewew opinions feature Oglethorpe in a very positive manner. Academically Oglethorpe is described as "an intimate education." A student was quoted to say, "Classes at Oglethorpe challenge us to think and introduce us to new concepts. Thanks to our core program, these concepts often build upon one another, so that I feel like my education is really coming together" \ \ College if /^Pnnceton ^ The student body is described as "intelligent and want[ing] to learn. Their objective is often not 'career prep' but more of becoming a learned person." The Inside Word written by The Princeton Review states, "It won't be long before the academic strength found at Oglethorpe attracts wider attention and more applicants. . .Go to Atlanta for a campus interview - you'll leave impressed." The Princeton Review also ranked Oglethorpe #18 on the Class Discussions Encouraged List, one of the 140 Best Southeastern Colleges and one of America's Best Value Colleges. Have a Seat When students returned to campus this fall, they not only had a new president and new residence halls (see brief, next page). They also had a new way to enjoy the campus environment. Trustee Susan Soper '69 and her husband Bo Holland donated 26 Adirondack chairs for use on the Academic Quadrangle in honor of Susan's niece Molly McSweeney The idea for chairs on the quad came from a visit to Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvannia. Oglethorpe's chairs are made by the same Amish group who produced the chairs at Dickinson and arrived just in time for the start of the semester, quickly becoming a popular gathering place for students between classes. < u I H > Z D O I i- UJ U o 5 The North and South Halls opened for students this fall. Students Fill North and South This year, upperclassmen were just as excited as freshmen to move in, thanks to the opening of two new residence halls. The North and South Halls were built on the site of Dempsey and Trustee Halls in the Upper Quad. The $10 million, 164-bed facilities feature apartment-style living and Oglethorpe's unique Collegiate Gothic architecture. President Larry Schall noted the construction was completed on time and under budget. "It doesn't get much better than that," he said. There are four students to a suite, which includes four pnvate bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen space and common living area. The four-floor granite buildings feature Oglethorpe's unique Collegiate Gothic architecture. With the opening of these two new residence halls, Oglethorpe has just over 500 beds on campus. This is CNN, powered by Oglethorpe Anna Rhett Cobb '04, a Communications & Rhetoric Studies major, landed a spot in CNN's highly esteemed video journalist (VJ) program seven months after graduation. In a matter of months, she was training new VJs. Then on April 1 , she was told she was going to Rome to assist with the coverage of Pope John Paul II. She flew out the next day minutes after his death was announced, and stayed in Rome for a week, leaving just before the funeral. "I had the chance to work with all the big anchors like Anderson Cooper, Christiane Amanpour and Aaron Brown as well as a bunch of producers from Washington, D.C., London and New York," Anna Rhett said. "I got to see how a whole TV station transports itself overseas and works out in the field." "I walked about 40 minutes to and from the Vatican every morning," she said. "That gave me a chance to see some of the city. I did not really get to shop or eat out or sightsee because I worked 1 3-hour days. Even so, it was one of the greatest experiences I have ever had. I got to witness history, and it was amazing." Upon her arrival, Anna Rhett was quickly promoted to her current position as a Feeds Coordinator for CNN in Atlanta. Anna Rhett Cobb '04 (center) helps prepare for CNN's live coverage of the death of Pope John Paul II. Freshmen Orientation This year's freshmen class is the largest in Oglethorpe's history. 233 students enrolled in the class of 2009, bringing full-time enrollment up to 900 students. During their orientation weekend, freshmen met in their Fresh Focus groups to discuss life at Oglethorpe and their summer reading assignment, Reading Lolita in Tehran, a choice Provost Christopher Ames explains in his column on page 3. Permanent Collection on Display The Oglethorpe University Museum of Art is showing Focus on Realism: The Permanent Collection through December 18. The collection represents the diverse and international exhibitions the museum has held over two decades. Among the works in the collection are dramatic photographs of Georgia O'Keeffe by Todd Webb, 18th century engravings illustrating Shakespeare's plays, etchings by Camille Corot and August Rodin and realist paintings by Americans Richard Maury and Jeffrey Mims and Spaniard Francisco Roa. They are all protected by a classic 1 4th century Japanese Kamakura Buddha. Also in the collection are new gifts to the museum as well as important acquisitions including works by watercolorists Francis Augustus Silva and Sondra Freckelton. Two of the latest acquisitions are stunning works by Atlantans who have each been previously featured at the museum: a finely carved wooden torso by Chad Await and a sun-bathed interior oil by Gail Wegodsky, pictured below. z o < X H z o X h- PJ -J o 7 Freshmen got multiple helping hands moving into Dempsey Hall. Here Coach Ron Sattele supervises Alex Watterson '07, Nick Watterson '08 and Nathan Blong '06. Freshmen who moved onto campus August 27 were greeted by student volunteers, eager to help the newest Petrels move into their residence halls. Freshmen and parents alike were thrilled by the assistance offered by Oglethorpe's upperclassmen. The museum is open Tuesday through Sunday from noon until 5:00 p.m. Admission is $5 per person, free to members and Oglethorpe faculty, staff, students and alumni. Ample free parking is located behind the Philip Weltner Library, and the museum is located on the library's third floor. For more information call 404-364-8555 or visit www.oglethorpe.edu (keyword: museum). Annie Hunt Burriss, Associate Provost for University College and Deputy to the President for Community Relations Previous: Executive Director of tlie Governor's Commission for a New Georgia Education: Stephens College, B.F.A; Georgia Tech, Master of City Planning; Universiry of Pennsylvania, (completing) doctorate in Higher Education Management Jimmy Ebersole, Director of Special Events Previous: Director of Presidential Events at the University of Florida Education: University of Florida, B.S. in Telecommunication Management and Adveitising; Emory University's Candler School of Theology, M.Div. Marilyn Fowle, Vice President for Business and Finance Previous: Vice President for Business and Administrative Services at Dakota State Education: University of Houston-Clear Lake, Bachelor of Business Administration; Rice, M.B.A.; University of Pennsylvania, doctorate in Higher Education Administration Kelly Gosnell, Director of Admission Previous: Associate Director of Admission, University of Maryland - Baltimore County Education: York College of Pennsylvania; University of South Carolina, M.Ed. Nancy Keita, Director of University College Previous: Assistant Registrar at Oglethorpe; Atlanta Parent magazine; City and Regional Planning Department of the Universiry of California, Berkeley; Public Affairs at the Sierra Club's nadonal headquarters Education: San Francisco State University, B.A. in psychology and M.A. in Broadcast Communication Arts Willlam E. Morse, Director of Information Technology Services Previous: Chief Information Officer and Director, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health Education: Emory University, B.A.; Emory Law School Kelly Robinson, Executive Director of Marketing & Public Relations Previous: Director of Communications at Atlanta College of Art Education: University of the South, B.A. in English Pinholster led the Petrels in Georgia's first integrated basketball game in 1961, when Oglethotpe upset Rhode Island 64-47. That Pettel squad won the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) regionals. Two years later, Oglethorpe won the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) regional championship and progressed to the National Final Four where they claimed a third place finish. In Pinholster's final season the Petrels finished second in the NCAA regionals. During his tenure, Oglethorpe won four Georgia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GIAC) championships and recorded 1 80 wins and 68 losses. Bill Carter took over from his former coach and led the Petrels to a 62-19 record from 1967 until 1970. His 1968 team finished third in the NCAA regionals; the 1969 team took eighth in the NCAA nationals. In 1976 Jack Berkshire took over a struggling program. His 1980 team posted 23 wins, won the conference tournament and earned a number one ranking in NAIA district 25. The Petrels made the NAIA playoffs seven times in the 1 980s before dropping NAIA for NCAA. During their first season as a Division III team, the Petrels went 17-8 and were ranked ninth nationally. Berkshire recorded his 181st win in 1990, surpassing Pinholster for most wins as an Oglethorpe coach. In 1991 Oglethorpe joined the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference (SCAC) and Berkshire's men were in the conference championships. In 1993 the Petrels rattled off 13 wins in a row to finish the season 20-6 earning the SCAC championship. Brian Davis '94, the SCAC player of the year that season, is still haunted by the first-round NCAA tournament game. "I think I still have bruises from that game but it was a great atmosphere [in Dorough], a great experience." The following season the men went 18-7 to finish second in the SCAC and earn their second consecutive NCAA tournament bid. With 315 career wins, Berkshire retired in 1998. "Coach Berkshire is such an important part of Oglethorpe history," said current men's coach Philip Ponder '99. "He was a great offensive mind. I still run Coach Berkshire's old number one play." In 2003 Ponder inherited the men's program after six years as an assistant. His young team finished sixth in the SCAC. make a life The following year the team placed fifth in the SCAC. Russ Churchwell '05 became the SCAC all time male leading scorer and rebounder and Oglethorpe's sixth All-American male, following Bobby Nance '63, Mike Dahl '69, Chris Wall '99, Doug Alexander '68 and Brian Davis '94. Oglethorpe added women's basketball when it joined the SCAC in 1991. Brenda Hillman was the team's first coach, leading the women to a fifth-place SCAC finish in their second year. Beth Elbon took the helm of the women's program in 1995. In 1998 the young Petrels upset Trinity. Amy Myers Flinn '00, a sophomore at the time, recalls "watching the clock tick down and not believing that we were actually going to win." The following year Angle Milford took over the women's program. Coach Milford's team posted the best record in their nine year history in her first season. In 2000, Kathy Corbett took over the women's program, leading the Lady Petrels to their first victory over cross-town rival Emory. In 2002 the women earned a spot in the inaugural SCAC tournament. During Corbett's tenure the women's program grew and Heather Francoeur '03 rewrote the SCAC and OU record books. A rwo-time Josten's trophy finalist and Oglethorpe's first female All-American, Francoeur was the school's first basketball player to have her jersey retired. Ron Sattele came from St. Pius High School to lead the women's program in 2004. Sattele embraced the challenge of developing a winning women's program saying, "The student- athletes here are terrific people who like to achieve. I think they can achieve great things on the basketball court." Sattele and his staff are committed to instilling a winning attitude and changing the face of women's basketball at Oglethorpe. The home of the Petrels has already undergone remarkable changes. Behind the leadership of Trustee Warren Jobe and his wife Sally with the support of Dr. Garland Pinholster, ftinds were raised to improve Dorough Field House. Chris Sertich '81 and Richard Johnson '81 At the conclusion ot the 2004 season, the old yellow tartan floor was buried under a beautiful new maple floor. The lanes are still black and the end lines still read "Oglethorpe" and "Stormy Petrels." A large black, gold- trimmed "OU" is in the center circle. When the new floor was revealed to alumni and donors, it also gained a name - Pinholster Court, honoring the legendary coach. The rest of the field house also received a facelift, with new lighting, carpet and walls installed. Phase two of the renovation will bring a new Hall of Fame and cafe area. Come see the new Dorough this season. Special events are being planned for Homecoming Weekend, February 10-12, 2006. Check out www.oglethorpe.edu for details and this year's basketball schedule. i ismum World Under a Microscope ■ijiiiiil By Mark DeLong '03 Oglethorpe's curriculum has historically focused on the liberal arts and sciences. Chemistry, physics and biology majors learn scientific techniques and theory while getting a broad liberal arts background. "There are many schools where a science major is all science courses," said Dr. Daniel Schadler, Professor of Biology at Oglethorpe since 1975. "They have a lot of technical training, but technology changes. The Oglethorpe liberal arts background comes in handy and prepares students for lifetime learning. " Through the years, Schadler, one of seven Oglethorpe science professors, has helped many students get placement in some of the top post-graduate and medical programs in the country, including Emory, Yale and Princeton. A few receive national recognition for their work, while most work behind the scenes to make their difference. TRACKING INFECTIOUS DISEASES Emily Gurley '96 knew she wanted to live abroad after graduating with a bachelor's in history. She grew up traveling the globe, living in Bangladesh, Honduras, the former Yugoslavia and Switzerland. Now the only history Emily thinks of regularly is case history, tracking infectious diseases at the Center for Health and Population Research in Dhaka, Bangladesh. After graduation, Emily entered the Peace Corps in Romania, working with non-governmental organizations to develop their programs. She discovered an interest in health programs, including HIV education and the establishment of a palliative care training center at Romania's first hospice. While in Romania, Emily met her husband and they both returned to the states so she could further her education. Emily returned to Atlanta to earn her master's in public health from Emory University. Her transition to public health was "a natural fit." Emily's dad was a physician and by spending time in developing countries, she learned the "incredible impact" that health can have on people's daily lives. Emily is currently involved in a number of infectious disease research projects, including encephalitis surveillance - monitoring patient's symptoms at four hospitals, taking case histories and sending biological samples to the CDC in Atlanta and Fort Collins, Colorado, to test for over 100 pathogens in hopes of discovering the cause of encephalitis. Through this project, Emily has had the opportunity to investigate three outbreaks of the Nipah virus, which is a newly emerging virus first identified as the pathogen responsible for deadly encephalitis outbreaks in Malaysia and Singapore in the late 1990s. "It's really exciting work," she says of her Nipah research. During one outbreak, Emily noticed, "all the people who were sick had been exposed to a man who had died of it a few weeks before." That outbreak investigation provided the strongest evidence to date that Nipah virus can be transmitted from person-to-person. ake a livim Id Uni Emily and the Nipah team will continue their year-long surveillance as part of the Nipah outbreak project, which began this fall and is funded by the National Institutes of Health. Emily has spent two years tracking infectious diseases in Bangladesh and plans to spend two more. After that, she hopes to return to the U.S. to earn her doctorate in epidemiology. ANALYZING TERRORISM PREPAREDNESS Geoff Crider '04 never thought he would be working in terrorism preparedness, few even thought of the term when Geoff came to Oglethorpe in the fall of 2000. A communications major, Geoff hoped to become a public relations consultant. In his senior year, he began an internship at BearingPoint, a business consulting firm, working on a project for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. After graduation, they offered him a full-time job. "The transition was difficult at first because it required me to learn a lot about public health and all the behind-the-scenes preparedness efforts that have been going on since September 1 1 in a relatively short amount of time," Geoff said. He recognizes that his courses in rhetoric, business and persuasive writing and the core curriculum built a strong foundation for his future. "My Oglethorpe education definitely prepared me for this job. I feel that if I had gone to any other school, I wouldn't have been able to jump into a field and career completely outside of what I studied." The CDC's Coordinating Office of Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response, where Geoff works, receives over $1 billion in fiinding for 115 projects around the country including the Strategic National Stockpile. Geoff and five other BearingPoint consultants help the CDC analyze and evaluate each project quarterly. "There's a lot of jargon I get caught up in," he says. "I've become really familiar with words like Bacillus anthmcis (Anthrax) and Yersinia pestis (Plague), especially on lab and research projects. make a living "We are helping make important decisions on matters that would have an effect on the entire country if another terrorist attack were to occur. My big realization is that we are making a difference, albeit one that's not visible to the public." DENTIST WITH WORLDLY MISSION Ken Hutchinson 78 has been running his own dental practice in Gwinnett County for over two decades. While watching the "sleepy little town" of Snellville turn into a booming Atlanta suburb, he has gained professional recognition, being named a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry and the International Coi: ofDe Three years ago Ken began what he considers his most rewarding work, joining an annual mission trip to South America. k' — "It's a very humbling experience to see people in abject poverty who have none of the creature comforts we take for granted," he said. "And yet, they're tremendously happy people. It helps you look at priorities in your own life." The trips are organized by a church in Augusta, Ga., and include a handful of dentists and many students from the Medical College of Georgia, where Ken completed his dental training in 1982. This summer, the group traveled to Peru after taking two previous trips to Ecuador. "This is often the first clinical experience for these students," Ken said. "They have a lot of trepidation in the beginning, but it can bolster their confidence when they get back to school. " Ken, whose father and grandfather were both physicians, chose dentistry as his career path while still in high school. "I knew I wanted to do something in the medical field, but I also wanted to work with my hands," he said. He came to Oglethorpe to study biology while playing in a rock cover band that played "frat parties and sock hops. Oglethorpe was a tremendous undergraduate experience that ptepared me well for dental school," Ken said. ^ji| When Ken works with students searching for a college, he frequently encourages them to check out Oglethorpe. Maybe he can persuade his South American patients to make the journey to Atlanta. Ken hopes to continue his mission trips - "God willing." RESEARCHER WORKS FOR BETTER DRUGS After her junior year, biology major Heide Oiler '03 was guided into a research internship at Emory University by Dr. Schadler. That internship gave her real-world experience while allowing her to build upon her coursework "Internships are a great thing, " Heide said. "I would encourage everyone to take one to gain lab experience. " ake a livinr Heide's internship led to a fiill-time job aiter graduation. After two years, she was promoted to lead research specialist in her lab at Emory's department of pharmacology. Looking back at her time at Oglethorpe, Heide credits Dr. Philip Zinsmeister, retired professor of biology, for helping her tackle major concepts and ideas. "Dr. Zinsmeister was challenging," she said. "He helped you grasp the ideas to understand how things work. It also helped that his courses matched my interests." Growing up, Heide was exposed to the research field early. Her mother worked with the German Red Cross, where a team was in the early stages of stem cell research. Now Heide works on G-protein coupled receptors, trying to understand how different drugs or compounds interact with them. Her research can lead to more effective drugs that will combat everything from the common cold to narcolepsy. After completing her internship, Heide studied abroad at Otaru University in Japan. She still returns to Oglethorpe to visit with current Japanese exchange students. "Everyone over there was so nice to me," she said. "They helped me see the city and take in the culture. I just hope to give a little back when they come to visit here." ADDITIONAL SCIENTIFIC ACHEIVEMENTS Monique Anderson 01 received second place in the Health and Human Services Secretary's Award for Innovations in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention for her project Healthy Bodies, Healthy Souk: A Faith-Based Community-Academic Partnership, completed with fellow Harvard Medical School student Rachel Peragallo. Vanessa Bundy '01, a student at the Medical College of Georgia, was one of 60 American doctoral students who this summer learned from Nobel Laureates in chemistry, physics and medicine. This fall, three 2005 graduates, all basketball players, are enrolled in medical school. Julie Colantoni, Russ Churchwell and Katie Michalyzk follow many alumni who have left the Petrel nest for a medical or public health career. Dr. Brooke Bourdelat-Parks '95 is a visiting assistant professor of biology at Oglethorpe this year, after participating in the Fellowships in Research and Science Teaching (FIRST) program at Emory. Through FIRST Brooke taught a bioethics course to pre-freshmen at Morehouse College for two summers after earning her Ph.D. in biology from Georgia Institute of Technology. Oglethorpe's science alumni are employed at the National Institutes of Heath, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Food and Drug Administration, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Eli Lily and in their own private practices. DONOR MAKES A DIFFERENCE This past May, Trustee Robert E. Bowden '66 attended a campus event where selected students, including two science majors, discussed their specific discipline and what Oglethorpe means to them. That very day Bowden, who was not a science major, donated $25,000 earmarked to update lab equipment and possibly provide a science scholarship. This is just one example of how the Oglethorpe community can make a difference in the lives of current and future students. make a living mmm By Dr. Garland Pinholster "Mr. Oglethorpe" died this past spring, one day after Oglethorpe graduated the class of 2005. Steven J. Schmidt '40 embodied the Oglethorpe experience. His legacy will not be in words, nor will it be in the bricks and mortar of buildings with his name on them. Rather his legacy will be in the hearts and minds of every single person who had the opportunity to know him. Steve was orphaned at age 10. He never complained but always bragged on his foster parents. Steve had what I call the "get up" spirit. Some people come to defeat early in life and stay there always. Appalachian siblings born into poverty from the same gene pool will turn out differently. One will get up and one will not. It has always intrigued me why that happens. Steve got up and stayed up after his early knock down. He arrived at Oglethorpe at 1 8 with a football scholarship and most ot his worldly goods on his back. Steve played football as a 140-pound quarterback in OU's razzle dazzle double wing. It involved a lot of reverses and double reverses in the backfield ball handling. He was known as "Mr. Stormy Petrel" or "Mr. Oglethorpe" due to his love of the college. Steve met his wife Jeanne at Oglethorpe. The couple was happily married for over 60 years. While flying missions in WWII, Steve nicknamed his B-29 bomber the Stormy Petrel. After his WWII service, Steve began coaching high school football and basketball. He coached at Baxley and then at North Fulton High. WTien I met Steve, I was trying to coach basketball at the college without a budget, a gym or a ball. Steve encouraged me and set about providing all of the ingredients needed. We began what for me was the most fulfdling years of my life. Steve's love of the college was so great and his enthusiasm was so contagious that it carried over to everyone at OU - board members, facidry, students and alumni all caught his spirit. I have always thought that Steve was directly responsible for the building of a gym, directly responsible for the athletic scholarships we had and direcdy responsible for all the athletic success we enjoyed between 1956 and 1966. In the following 10 years, we instilled pride in the athletic program while the college grew from 200 students to 1,000 students. He helped later coaches and players just as much as he did us. His love of Oglethorpe spread to his employees at Dixie Seal & Stamp. Virtually all of his employees worked on college projects at one time or another. At times I would walk into their offices and yell out, "All you people working on Dixie Seal stuff, stop and start on OU work." Some would laugh and hold up OU material that was on their desk. Steve's long and successful career at Dixie Seal and Stamp was built on what I call the lagniappe theory of business. That is, the bakers dozen. In South Louisiana, the Cajuns will nearly always give you something extra with your purchase - a lagniappe. It was always impossible to leave Dixie Seal & Stamp without two things happening: you would leave with a gift - it might be something small such as a 1 2-inch ruler made ot brass called a "golden ruler," but you woidd leave with something, and you would hear the latest news about the children in his life - Leslie, Palmer and Stevie - and later about the grandchildren - Cameron, Fran, Curtis and Marty. z I 'J c IMilLilliiiH ;eve mmsMuwmm When I was able to get a bill passed creating a specialized auto tag for Georgia's highway wildflower fund, the entire Dixie Seal & Stamp art department was dedicated to the design work. When you see a state wildflower tag on the highway, remember that it really started with Dixie Seal & Stamp. In addition to his professional work, Steve was an active member of his community. He was a member of Oglethorpe's Board of Trustees for 43 years, serving as chairman for 14 years. Steve also presided over the Atlanta Rotary Club, The Atlanta Tip-Off Club, the Braves Booster Club, the Administrative Board of the First Methodist Church of Decatur, the Georgia Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Association, the children's PTAs and anything else in the cit)' that was good for its citizens. With all that he never lost interest in our athletic program, so today we have the Steve Schmidt Recreation Center and the Schmidt Residence Hall at Oglethorpe. One year, at the annual Tip-Off Club Naismith Awards banquet I presented Steve a plaque that I had agonized over for some time. I finally settled on just three lines that I thought summed up Steve Schmidt's life philosophy fairly well. Here are the three lines: The best source of power is attitude. The best source of achievement is self discipline. The best source of virtue is loyalty. After I presented the plaque to Steve, Coach Norm Sloan of North Carolina State copied the verbiage for use in his locker room. I think Steve was pleased with it, and I still believe those lines sum up Steve's life philosophy. class notes Alumni Alert Dr. Larry Schall has been named the 16th president of Oglethorpe, after a long and thorough search led by Bell Turner Lynch '61 and a committee with many alumni. Those of us who have spent time with Dr. Schall will unequivocally tell you that Oglethorpe is extremely fortunate to have him lead us into our next phase of greatness. Please make it a priority to attend one of the many welcome events planned to introduce Dr. Schall and his wife, Betty Londergan, to the Oglethorpe community this academic year. If you haven't been to campus lately, there is much to see besides the new president. Two new residence halls, com- pleted just under the $10 million budget, opened in time for students to move in this August. The Dorough Field House has literally been transformed the centerpiece being a beautiful new maple hardwood floor appropriately named Pinholster Court, in honor of legendary coach Dr. Garland Pinholster. The Schmidt Recreational Center has also been transformed, thanks to a partnership with Infinite Sports Performance. Our tennis courts will soon receive an overhaul as well, with more details to come later this year. Let me encourage you to help us make sure that your alumni association continues to play a vital role in the life of the university. Please show your support by attending upcoming university events, including Alumni Weekend 2006 (March 31 -April 2). Keep an eye out for reminders about other alumni activities. Please also support the university by contributing to this year's Oglethorpe Fund. Whether you received 100% scholarship or paid every dime for your education, your continued financial support of Oglethorpe is needed to ensure that future generations can have the same great Oglethorpe experience as you did. Finally, we are always looking for alumni who would like a more active role in the alumni association. To learn more, contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Barb Henry in the Alumni Office (email@example.com or 404-364-8443). As the new president of your alumni association, 1 look forward to a great year and hope you will be a part of it. JoeShelton '91 < u z O O 17 Courtney Terrell '05 Celebrating Alumni Last May brought two new alumni traditions to campus - the Carillon Ceremony for graduating seniors and a Medallion Ceremony during Commencement for Golden Petrels. The class of 2005 was the first to participate in the Carillon Ceremony. Over 60 seniors climbed the bell tower, signed the historic Carillon Registry and rang one of the 42 carillon bells in celebration of their accomplish- ments at the university. The ceremony received press coverage in the next day's Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The class of 2006 eagerly awaits their turn to ring the bells atop Lupton Hall. 1 class notes I""' ■ - ""Sl^liteiia^ Graduates from 1955 and earlier were b^JjBF^Bt ^-J^H^B honored in a special way at the 2005 KAi.liVcm. ^Hr^fl Commencement Ceremony on May i ^^MHHBlniMBl ^' ^'^^ ' ^ Golden Petrels in U^^H^^^^HSH^H attendance, including Walter "Bill" ^^^^EB^^^^KkI Turrendne '55 (letr, honored by Joy ^H^H^^^^^^^il Simmons 05). were presented with Ei^^^^^^^^l medallions in recognition of their lifetime accomplishments and their contributions to the Oglethorpe communir)'. The Golden Petrels also enjoyed a luncheon in their honor after the ceremony. li Future Freshmen Professors Misha Barnes Smith '9 1 and Dr. Bradford Smith announce the birth of Rebecca Rose on June 9, 2005. Rebecca weighed 8 pounds, 2.5 ounces and measured 21.5 inches long. Erin Canney Whittemore '91 and her husband, Stewart, are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Owen Patrick, on Dec. 31,2004. Stephanie Stanley Calloway '92 and her husband, Clyde, proudly announce the birth of their daughter on March 6, 2005. Jasmine Angel weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces, and measured 18 inches long. Mark Tubesing '93 and his wife, Katy, announce the addition of Lilla YunQiao to the Tubesing family. She was welcomed into their family on June 7, 2005, in JiangXi province, China. She is 10 months old and was born on Aug. 8, 2004. Kary, Mark, Jake and Landon are thtilled with their new daughtet and sister. Barbara Miller Hall '94 and Jeff Hall '94 announce the birrh of their fourth child, Elizabeth Brooke, on Nov. 19, 2004. The family is eagerly awaiting Jeff's return from his current deployment in Baghdad, Iraq. " I. Jill Reiss Harper '94 and her husband, Scott, are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Alice Rose, on Nov. 23, 2004. The Harpers currendy reside in Washington, D.C. Jill completed her Ph.D. in molecular biology in 2001 and works at the National Institute y of Health in Bethesda, Maryland. William Lukow '95 and his wife, Courmey, announce the birth of their son. Carter Michael, on June 24, 2005. Carter weighed 7 pounds, 9 ounces and measured 20 inches long. Ingrid Carroll Knight '96 and her husband, Chris, are pleased to announce a new addition to their family, Ryan Christopher, born May 26, 2005. Ryan weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces. He joins big sister Maggie, who is 2 years old. The Knights live in Warner Robins, Ga., where Ingrid is a stay-at-home mother and Chris is a branch manager for United Rentals in Macon, Ga. Pierre Bethoux '98 and his wife, Christine, announce the birth of their first child, Gauthier, on Jan. 25, 2005. All three of them would be happy to hear from Oglethorpe alumni while they are visiting in France. Chia Min Chen '00 and her husband, John McDonald, announce the bitth of their son, Anthony Suken, on July 16, 2005, weighing 6 pounds, 9 ounces. Chia and John were married on Sept. 4, 2004. Jennifer Sells Furman "00 and her husband, Michael, welcomed their first daughter, Paige Rhianna, on May 26, 2004, at Sindelfmgen Hospital in Sindelfingen, Germany. Paige weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces and measured 21.5 inches long. Everyone is doing fine, and Paige survived her first permanent change of station move from Germany back to the U.S., where Michael is now stationed with the U.S. Air Force. Christine Radcliffe Jarvis '0 1 and her husband, Steve, proudly announce the birth of their first child, Katelyn Anne, on April 14, 2005. Katelyn weighed 7 pounds and measured 21.5 inches long. Christine is currently a financial analyst at Agco Corporation in Duluth, Ga., providing analysis for the CIO and Global MIS team. Heather Ringer Martin '01 and Kevin Martin '01 announce the birth of their second child, Braeden Gharrett, on May 7, 2005. Braeden weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce and measured 20 inches long. His sister, Ashlyn, loves showing him off to everyone. The Martins currently reside in Columbia, S.C., where Kevin is interning with Providence Lutheran Church. Heather is telecommuting to Adanta where she continues her work in human resources and IT. Weddings Celeste Boris Hutchings '79 and Ralph Christopher Burr are pleased to announce their marriage on Jan. 1 , 2005. Celeste is currently employed as a real estate paralegal at Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc. in Atlanta. Ralph is in the process of moving to Atlanta from Roanoke, 'Va., where he is an engineer employed at Lockheed Martin. They will live in Marietta, Ga. with Celeste's daughter, Isabelle. W. Davis Broach '96 and Angelika Gorecka were married on Jan. 15, 2005, in Poznan, Poland, and currently live in Warsaw. For theif honeymoon, they left the dark, Polish winter and spent three weeks in Malaysia, Thailand and Nepal. Angelika works for Perfect Model Agency and Davis is the regional investment officer for a private equity fund in Central and Eastern Europe. Elizabeth Stockton '96 married Timothy Jecmen on Nov. 13, 2004, at the Newman Catholic Student Center and Parish in Chapel Hill, N.C. Stacey Chapman Tobin '96 and Patrick Floyd '98 were among the friends who attended. Elizabeth and Tim are completing their Ph.D.s in Early American Literature at the University of North Carolina. Robert Pace '99 married Mary Shana Wingo of Bradford, Tenn., on May 14, 2005. The couple enjoyed a honeymoon in the British Virgin Islands before returning to Savannah, Ga., where Robert works as an attorney with Ellis, Painter, Ratterree & Adams, LLP. Anna Blacklidge '02 and John Breton '97 proudly announce their marriage on May 7, 2005. Their wedding parry consisted of many previous Oglethorpe students and alumni, including: Gatrett Breton (Best Man), Jay Williams '99, Michael Dusang '99, Stacy Copassaki (Maid of Honor), Lindsay Hodges, and Jessica Saulson. Shaniece Broadus '02 and Demond Criss are celebrating their first year of marriage. They were united on May 29, 2004, in Shaniece's hometown ot Greenville, S.C., on a beautifiil mountain top called "Pretty Place." Jessica Doughert}' '03 and Gabriel Dean '03 were married on June 18, 2005, at the Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Atlanta. There were lots of Oglethorpe alumni in attendance. Melinda Vegso '03 and Christian Blonshine "01 were married on June 11, 2005, at Peachtree Christian Church in Adanta. There were over 40 Oglethorpe alumni in attendance including wedding party members Lauren Montagno '02, Kathryn Hargrove '02, Kylene Ball '02, Lisa Gossett '04, Colin Pajot '01, Wesley Wade '03, Dan Ngyuen '01, Matt Mills '0 1 , Austin Markiewicz '01. Following the wedding, the couple honeymooned in Antigua. The couple now resides in Jacksonville, Fla. Stephanie Singh '04 and Sunil Chapagain were married on July 10, 2004, in Norcross, Ga. They had rwo wedding ceremonies, Sikh and Christian. They were joined by many Oglethorpe gtaduates and current students. The couple lives in Marietta, Ga. Amy Tennihan 04 and Brian Huskey '03 were married on July 16, 2005. There were several Oglethorpe alumni in the wedding. z o < u X z O I H O o 20 class notes Alumni Updates Thyrza Perry Evans '29 is retired from teaching and now spends much of her time tending her garden and being with her family. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: Thyrza remembers the "ole" Chi Omega hut down in the woods, and the little shack across from the entrance by the railroad tracks where she and her friends used to eat peanut butter crackers and soda for lunch. She also remembers the close relationship between the faculty and students and the level of trust such an environment offered. Evelyn Silverman Katzman '29 is still on her feet and of sound mind at 97 years old. Evelyn had an interesting career comprised of a being a staff member of Southern Banker, a freelance writer for Smith Hammond School Book Publishers, a department store copywriter and a radio commentator at two stations for Providence stores. Elizabeth Hamilton Snook '30 is living at her home in Salmon, In, where she moved in 1935. Her husband, Fred '30, passed away in 1961. She and Fred had three daughters and one son. Elizabeth taught elementary school for 20+ years. She enjoys company and her good home health care. John "Jack" Mills Fain '30 has been married to his wife, Barbara, for 6 1 years. Jack served on General Douglas MacArthur's Fifth Air Force staff during WWII and on the U.S. Army Air Corps staff of General "Hap" Arnold. Jack founded Campus Crusade for Christ in 1965. Jack and Barbara have a daughter, Jackie, and three grandchildren, one of whom lives in heaven. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: John recalls when his fraternity brother made the winning touchdown to beat Georgia Institute ofTechnology. He also fondly recalls memories of the "Co Eds. " Ann Cox Williams '33 taught in the Atlanta School system for 27 years before retiring. Anne currently enjoys her cabin at Lake Rabun and attending senior university classes. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: Aime took German firom a faculty member who taught classes on Oglethorpe's campus over the campus radio WJTL and she remembers passing notes in class so their whispering could not be picked up by the microphone. Marion Tyus "Ty " Butler '35 is a retired professor and alumni director for the University of Georgia. Ty has a family history of service in the military, as his grandfather lost his leg at the Battle of Seven Pines in the Civil War. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: Ty remembers the professors at Oglethorpe being some of the best he experienced during his college career. He also fondly recalls the lovely co-eds and excellent food at Oglethorpe. Jeannette Bentley Moon '38 graduated from Oglethorpe with a bachelor's degree in English literature before receiving her master's degree in journalism from Emory University in 1953. Her educational career culminated in her receiving an EDSD from the University of Georgia in 1969. Herman Leon Campbell '39 retired as a vice president from Citizens and Southern National Bank, which is now Bank of America, after 36 years of service. He then served as a disaster loan officer with the U.S. Small Business Administration for three years processing loans for disaster victims. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: He fondly remembers his association with former Oglethorpe President Dr. Thomwell Jacobs. Herman loved his classmates dearly and will always remember them. Elmer George '40 was the executive director of the Georgia Municipal Association for 26 years and was honored by six governors and two presidents for his work on behalf ol the State of Georgia. Elmer was inducted into Oglethorpe's Athletic Hall of Fame in 1990. His daughter Carole Sellers '63 and son-in- law Woody '64 are also proud Oglethorpe graduates. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: Elmer remembers fondly English faculty member Dr. Stevens inviting him to the premiere of Gone with the Wind. "So long as the spirit prevails and the Petrel flies. Oglethorpe will continue to be a strong institution and major influence on young people for years to come." Charles "Chuck" Edward Newton '42 is retired from his position as general sales manager for U.S. Steel. He served in the Navy for three years during WWII, achieving the rank of Lieutenant, Junior Grade. After serving in WWII, the Navy sent Chuck to Harvard Business School. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: Chuck has lots of fond memories of fun with classmates. He also remembers riding to East Chicago, Indiana, at Christmastime with Coach Patrick. Willard Maxwell Gaston '43 retired after 35 years of service as a counselor for the State Labor Department. He was in the Marines for three years, achieving the rank of Technical Sergeant. He attended O.C.S. in Quantico, but the war ended before he was commissioned. Favorite Oglethorpe Memory: Willard recalls all the athletic events and various organizations that he participated in with friends. He expresses how wonderful it was "to be able to attend a college like Oglethorpe." Rhett Pinson Sanders '43 retired from the Federal Government after working for 35 years. She currently does volunteer work with a number of organizations, including First Presbyterian Church of Atlanta, the Atlanta Historical Society, Atlanta Symphony and other organizations. She loves to ttavel and also enjoys reading, playing bridge and doing puzzles. Favorite Oglethorpe Memory: Rhett loves Oglethorpe and what it did for her. She particularly enjoyed the "Triple-Es." Hubert Stepp '46 spent 40 years working for Transus Motor Freight in Rome and Dalton, Ga., after his graduation from college. His Oglethorpe career was interrupted when he was drafted into the Army serving from 1943 until 1946. He is past president of the Rome Lions Club and enjoys his retirement hours training beagles for field trials. Joseph "Joe" Granbery Cannon '48 is a retired industrial engineer who owned and operated Personalized Press. He also attended the U.S. Naval Academy. Robert Boggus '49 retired afl:er a successful career with the Piedmont Moulding Company. Robert has continued to be an active alumnus, serving on the National Alumni Board and as president of the Oglethorpe Athletic Booster Club. He has also volunteered with the Rockdale County Boy's and Girl's Club and the Rockdale County Youth Soccer Association. Bob and his wife Charlotte are the proud parents of two Oglethorpe graduates, Charlotte (Lee) Boggus Knippenberg '82 and Robert D. Boggus '85- Professor Joe Knippenberg is his son-in-law. Elizabeth Stephens Clodfelter '49 is retired from the Pharmacy Corporation of America. She has enjoyed traveling to Europe, gardening and reading. Her three children, six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren give her great joy. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: She remembers the close friends she made on the campus and the family atmosphere that was fos- tered between faculty and students. She never drives by campus without conjuring up faces and names that she will always treasure. "My days on the Oglethorpe campus were my happiest days." Doris "Dot" Pickens Hinson '49 is a retired teacher who is also an active volunteer and founder of the Tallahassee Symphony Society. Dot is a decent at the Florida Supreme Court and the Governor's Mansion. She is involved with the Tallahassee Community Chorus and president of the Freedom Foundation of Valley Forge (Atlanta Chapter). Dot was named Volunteer of the Year in the Arts in Tallahassee, Fla., where she currently resides. James H. "Jim" Hinson, Jr. '49 is a retired president of Tallahassee Community College. "He also served as superintendent of DeKalb County Schools, chancellor of the Virginia Community College System and president of DeKalb College (now Perimeter College). He is a member of Oglethorpe and Tallahassee Community College's Athletic Halls of Fame for his excellence in basketball, baseball and cross country. James was an Oglethorpe Trustee and the 1 979 recipient of the School Bell Award." William Ray Holley '49 retired from Federated Department Stores and began to teach ceramics classes. He has enjoyed trav- eling to Europe, Hawaii, Alaska and the West Indies. Last year, he returned to France tor the 60th anniversary of the Allied Landing at Normandy Beach where he served in the 1940s. Favofite Oglethorpe Memories: William remembers participat- ing in the Oglethorpe choir, the Oglethorpe theatre group, writing for The Stormy Petrel and winning the Oglethorpe Cup at graduation. He also recalls Dr. Philip Weltner repeating over and over that you have to learn "how to make a life and make a living," which are wonderful instructions for a happy life. Walter Van Horn Slack '50 worked as a real estate broker and owned Walter Slack Realty. In 1974, he was elected to the City Coimcil and sponsored the first municipal no smoking ordinance. Walter has had two books of poetry published and received the Editor's Choice Award from the National Library of Poetry. Walter is also the oldest runner to finish the 10k Bolder Boulder for 23 years. John R. Fisher '51 has been married to Jean LilHan since 1953. John enjoys traveling all over the world with a singing chorus that entertains troops. His hobbies include music, gardening, bonsais and travel. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: John recalls being president of his class and the student body. He also remembers the Boars Head Society, baseball and chorus. He had four years of wonderful associations at Oglethorpe. S. Bleecker Totten '51 retired as a real estate attorney. He served as a member of the Board of Directors for the Recording of the Blind and Dyslexic, as well as for the International Center of New York, Inc. His favorite hobby is traveling the world. Favorite Oglethorpe Memory: He recalls memories of Dr. Philip Weltner and his dedication to Oglethorpe and its students. He appreciates even today the well-rounded education he received at Oglethorpe. John Frederick "Fred" Agel, Sr. '52 is a retired salesman for the Bowman Distribution Company. Fred has been honored for his volunteer work numerous times, including receiving the Kentucky Fried Chicken Colonel's Way Award for Community Service and the DeKalb County Community Service Award. At Oglethorpe, Fred served as president of the National Alumni Association and received the Talmage Award in 1 987. Fred is an active traveler, having visited each continent except Antarctica. His hobbies include golf hunting, baking and gardening. Fred's son. Rick Agel '72, graduated from Oglethorpe and his grandson, John Frederick Agel III, will graduate from Oglethorpe in 2007. lass notes Marjorie Browne Muth '52 is a retired technical assistant and publicist. She and her husband Eugene were married for 46 years. Edmund Alexander Bator '53 married Martha Zachry Mayson '51 and attended Oglethorpe University on the GI Bill of Rights. He joined the Foreign Service and his final tour of dury was in Washington, D.C., before he retired after 25 years of service. Edmund was a guest lecturer on the Middle East at Oglethorpe University until 1990. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: He remembers the extraordinary faculty that Dr. Weltner brought to the school. He believes that Oglethorpe proved itself to have a rewarding atmosphere, both dedicated and relaxed, a special combination. O. K. Sheffield, Jr '53 retired afi:er many years at BankSouth where he specialized in government banking. O. K. has held a significant role in many different organizations, including the Atlanta Jaycees and the American Cancer and Heart Society. He served two terms as president of the Oglethorpe National Alumni Association. The O. K. Sheffield Alumni Suite adjacent to the Great Hall of Hearst was dedicated on April 30, 2004 in honor of O. K. and his strong commitment to having an alum- ni presence on the Oglethorpe campus. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: O. K. enjoys the Carillon bells on top of Lupton Hall which bring back many fond memories of campus life and still give him "goose pimples" when he hears them chime on the quarter hour. Mary Williams Cazalas '54 retired in 1979 afi:er a distinguished career as a nurse and attorney. She clerked for Judge Godfrey Regan on the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, was a general practitioner and then was the U.S. Assistant Attorney in New Orleans for 1971-1979. Mary has lecrured extensively and was widely published on issues involving law and medicine throughout her career. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: The business law class that Mary took with Dr. Weltner is what inspired her to go to law school. Sidonia Jones Bell '55 married James in 1953 and had rwo children. After teaching for 1 8 years and working as a travel agent for 20, she is now retired. Sidonia and Jim enjoy spending time with their six grandchildren. Sidonia has taken oriental brush painting classes for rwo years and loves to travel. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: Sidonia remembers living in the dorm wirh Barbara Torrey Peddicord '55, Mr. Colburn's outfits, Dr. Brown's classes and Mr. Livingston's art class. Rebecca Harris Dartt '55 is a published writer. Her books are The Straight Story (1990), Good Cop/Bad Cop (1994) and Sweet Mercy (2001). Becky is currently writing a book about the Georgia public school crisis in the 1950s. Barbara Carver Fagan '55 lives in Georgia and worked as an elementary school principal. After Oglerhorpe, she received her M.E.D. and her Ed.S. from Georgia State University. She has two children: Ralph, a middle school assistant principal, and Kennon, with the Georgia D.O.T. She loves retirement, traveling and her grandchildren. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: Barbara remembers the lovely campus. Elizabeth Mathieu Frias '55 is retired after teaching for 32 years in the public schools. She received the Teacher of the Year Award from Sutton Middle School in 1983. She currenrly serves on rhe Auxilary at Fannin Regional Hospital, co-directs the Sunny D. Children's Theater and works as an information specialist at the Chamber of Commerce. She enjoys her cabin in Blue Ridge, Ga., and her three teenage grandchildren who keep her young. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: We were blessed with an outstanding facidty and core curriculum. The classes in human understanding, citizenship, character and morals were life-changing. Elizaberh Christian Jackson '55 retired as Professor Emeritus of Mercer Universiry. She worked for 40 years on the faculty of the School of Pharmacy and library administrator at both the Naylor (pharmacy/nursing) Library and Swilley Library. She has been serving in Antigua in the Peace Corps, assigned to the Nelson Dockyard Museum of the National Park Authority, working wirh the history and archeology of this island country. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: Elizabeth's favorite memories include teachers, the play A Streetcar Named Desire, the Arts Club and faculty reading ghost stories in the dormitory. Elizabeth "Betsy" Jones-Lukacs, MD '55 is a physician in Maryland. She served in the U.S. Air Force for 21 years and 6 months, achieving the rank of colonel. As a hobby, she raises Connemara Irish Ponies. She has four children: Amanda, in photography; Laurel, in social services; Angelique, a writer; Klara, in real estate. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: Betsy remembers singing and Mr. Valente, the music director. Fred A. Miller, Jr. '55 works as senior vice president for Stuckey's Inc. and president of Miller, MuUis and Miller PC. He has two children: Frederick, in banking; and Forrest, in auto sales. After graduating from Oglethorpe, he received his B.BA. in accounring from the University of Georgia and his J.D. from Mercer. Doris McKibben Sanders '55 and her husband, Cecil, have been involved in volunteer medical mission trips to third world countries since Cecil's retirement as an orthopedic surgeon. These trips have seriously impacted their lives. Retired from teaching high school, Doris now teaches senior adult ladies at church, while enjoying some travel during her free time. They also stay busy with their six grandchildren. Waiter Turrentine '55 retired from Lockheed Aeronautical after 30 years. Walter recently received his 50 year pin from the Sons of the American Revolution where he has served as the president of the local chapter and held offices at the state level. He and his wife Joyce '72, who retired after many years in rhe DeKalb County School system, have a daughter, Amy Turrentine Roberts '98, who also is a teacher in the Atlanta area. Favorite Oglethorpe Memories: He remembers fondly classes with Drs. Scripner and Brown studying Western Civilization and Art History. Dt. Scripner was a decorated war hero of the Banle of the Bulge and made a profound impact on his students. Wilfred "Whitey" LeBlanc '61 is semi-retired as a contractor in Rochester, N.Y., and continues as principal percussionist with the Brighton Symphony Orchestra. He recently received a diploma in percussion from the Eastman School of Music. Whitey spends his summers sailing the Great Lakes in his sloop, "Marimba." Russell Eisenman '62 had an article chosen by Questia librarians as one of the top ten anicles or books on the topic of drugs and crime. The article was "Decline in the Use of Legal and Illegal Drugs in the United States 1972-1990, and the Subsequent Drop in Crime," pubhshed in the Journal of Evolutionary Psychology in 2002. Russell is now an associate editor of this journal. Judith Seidenspinner Massey '63 and her husband, David, spend three and a half months of the year at their lake cottage in Ontario. The rest of the time they spend traveUng, going to their log cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains and right now are moving into another house in Gainesville, Ga. She is happy to be retired. Mickey Metcalf '63 has joined Gardner- Webb University as Assistant Professor of Management and Law and Regional Coordinator of Business Programs for graduate and undergraduate business courses. He is also President and CEO of The Momentum Group, a company active in management and management information science consulting. Mickey resides in Kernersville, N.C., in the Piedmont Triad area with wife Jan and two Yorkies. James Bundy '64 and Jane Lincoln Bundy '64 have both retired and moved to Washington, Ga. They renovated a dilapidated antebellum house on Main Street in 1995 and now live there full time. They would love to have visitors if you are in the area. Kenneth Penn Davis '64 was awarded the Herbert G. Horton Award by the Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, created by former Boy Scouts based on the principles of scouting. Kenneth is a member of the National Capital Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. While at Oglethorpe, Davis was a member of the Honor Court and smdent government vice ptesident and president, served as assistant editor and spons echtor of The Stotmy Petrel and played junior varsity basketball for two years. Virginia Bremer Wiley '64 and her husband. Jack, are both thrilled with the freedom that their move to a "no more yardwork" townhome affords. Both are also enjoying the most tecent grandchild, Virginia Grace Leerssen. Mimi Milner Elrod '66 has directed the Summer Scholars program at Washington and Lee University, for the past 15 years. Her husband John died in 2001, while serving as president of Washington and Lee. In 2002, Mimi ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the Virginia House of Delegates, learning a great deal in the process. Mark Warner appointed Mimi to the Virginia Council of Higher Education in 2003. and she serves on Lexington's City Council. Virginia Turner Avery '68 was recently honored at a Diamond Jubilee celebrating her 75th anniversary as a member of the Delta Zeta Sorority at the Sheraton-Buckhead in Adanta. Virginia joined the sorority in 1930 while a student at Oglethorpe. At that time the sotority was Beta Phi Alpha, combined with Delta Zeta in 1941. Virginia is still active in a number of societies and travels on short trips to visit friends in Atlanta. Robin Whyte Hoffiman '70 was appointed president of DeKalb Technical College in Clarkston, Ga., in January 2005. Robin also serves as an elected member of the Georgia Delegation of the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and currendy chairs a compliance and reports committee. z o X f- z o X f- u o 24 lass notes Randi Holmes Kerns '71, Jacquie Swift Ross '71, Tia Lipman Torch '71, Debbie Schnell Taylor '71 all attended the wedding of Jacquie's daughter. They all stay in touch and have Oglethorpe to thank for their everlasting friendship. Randi Bickman Roth '75 is teturning to work as a science teachei at Millennium Middle School and is employed by Broward County Schools. Her daughter, Jessica, will be a junior at Northeastern University in Boston, Mass. Her rwins are juniors in high school, and the youngest is a freshman. She would love to heat ftom her long lost Oglethorpians. Matthew Perry '76 has recently accepted the position of ditector of sales, long term care insurance, for Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America. Matthew will be working with field marketing organizations and general agencies throughout the entire southeastern United States. Robert Moore '78 lives in AJpharetta, Ga., with is wife, Kathleen, and two children, Leila and Christopher. Robert is the president of Mill Springs Academy. Tom Sechrist '81 is now living on the Gulf of Mexico in Palm Harbor, Fla. He and his wife, Kathryn, moved there one year ago from Ohio. Tom and Kathryn will be celebrating their 20th wedding anniversary in November. They have a seven-year-old daughter, Rileigh, and a four-year-old son, Gabriel. Tom would love to hear from his friends from the good old days. Lynne Serby Cross '82 is living in Griffin, Ga., and teaching fifth grade. Her older daughter, Sara, started her second year at Oglethotpe this fall. Michele Cubit May '82 is currendy serving as a quality assurance analyst with SunTrust Bank. She has achieved the professional office of assistant vice president. Margaret Chin '87 invited Dr. Vicky Weiss out to lunch in San Francisco to celebrate Margaret's birthday. A great time was had byalk Christine Graf Taggart '88 is a registered sonographer at Wellstat Kenneston Hospital. She is also a creative memories consultant. Her husband Jeff is tetiring from the U.S. Marine Corps this summer. They have decided to stay in Paulding County with theit childten Makayla, ten, and Alexander, seven. Timothy Richardson '90 recently started his own clinical trials business called Trinity Clinical Trials Inc. Cheryl Ritzel '91 has recently become a published author for the second time. Her mystery novel. Runner's High, was released in July. Runner's High is the second in her series set in Atlanta (the first of which was titled Beginner's Luck). Cheryl is also a guest speaker for many organizations. Jamie Walker Ball '95 has earned her law degree from Southwestern University School of Law and has been admitted to practice in California. She is now an associate at Rushfeldt, Shelley and Drake and is specializing in medical malpractice defense. Jamie had her 15 minutes of fame on July 7, 2005 when she appeared on an episode of Jeopardy. Brooke Bourdelat-Parks '95 has accepted a one-year position as visiting assistant professor of biology at Oglethorpe. She completed her Ph.D. in biology at Georgia Institute of Technology in 2003. Since then, Brooke has been a part of the Fellowships in Research and Science Teaching (FIRST) program at Emory University. Through FIRST, Brooke has spent two summers teaching a bioethics course to pre-freshmen at Morehouse College. She looks forward to puning her training to use at Oglethorpe in the fall. Lu Green LeRoy '95 and her husband, Nick, moved to Montreal in August 2004, and they will return to Indianapolis in Decembet 2005. Lu does public relations for Roche Diagnostics U.S. Lu helped to plan the successful 10 year class reunion for the Class of 1995 held duting Alumni Weekend 2005. Krysta Solomon '95 is currently employed by HealthLogic Systems as an account executive. She is responsible for maintaining the corporate account for Triad Hospitals. Krysta traveled extensively throughout the year visiting with the hospital staff. J. Alison Bess-Meyer '96 and her husband. Curt Meyer, moved from Denton, Texas, to Clemson, S.C, in August 2005 where Alison began her pre-doctoral internship in the counseling center at Clemson University. At the conclusion of her year-long internship, she will have earned her Ph.D. in counseling psychology from Texas Women's University. Her husband. Curt, a doctoral student in English, will also serve as a lecturer for the English department at Clemson University. Chad Foster '96 has recently published his second book, So That You May Believe. It is an apologetic analysis of the Gospel of John. Chad continues to teach theolog}' at Ttinit)' College and serve Murray State University as the Lutheran chaplain on campus. This past summer Chad did post-doctorate work at the University of Strasbourg in France. Shaunna Graf-Billingsley '96 has a full-time position as the manager of medical transcription with Norton Healthcare's Oncology practice, Louisville Oncology. She is aiding the development of the electronic patient record system for this non-profit practice. She is also working on a contract-basis as a telecommunications site acquisition agent for General Dynamics in the Louisville, Ky., area. Allen Reed Horsley '96 recently accepted an associate attorney position in the litigation division ot the law firm of Kilpatrick Stockton, LLP, in Adanta, where he specializes in corporate insurance litigation. Kristin Herbert '97 is living and working in New Orleans. She graduated from medical school and is now in a residency program. Kristin's specialty is in emergency medicine. Stephanie Giles Howard '97 is teaching a summer school kindergarten class for underprivileged children at St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Hickory, N.C. She also markets homemade castille goatmilk soap at local mountain craft festivals for her company. Homemade in Hickory. She and her husband are excited to have launched their first land contract in Kentucky for their real estate busi- ness, URent Properties, LLC. Her St. Bernard, Benedict Howard, and her cat, Little Lord Fauntleroy, are also doing well. Randall "Randy" Roberson '97 has accepted a promotion within the Government and Politics Department at the University of Maryland and is now the direaor of administradve services. He will be the chief financial and administrative officet of the department. Carolyn Schumacher '93, '97 is currently a stay-at-home mom for her two daughters, Grace, five, and Anna Marie, one. She works part time for Kennesaw State University's early childhood department as a university supervisor for student teachers. She completed her specialist in administration in 1998 and is researching locations to achieve her doctoral degree. Jena Jolissaint '98 has been hired as a one-year visiting assistant professor of philosophy at Oglethorpe. Jena received her bachelor's degree in philosophy cum laude from Oglethorpe and her master's degree in philosophy from the University of Oregon. She is completing her dissertation at Oregon on the topic, "Receiving Socrates' Banquet: Plato, Schelling, and Ifigaray on Nature and Sexual Difference. " Jennifer Jones '98 has been named vice president of public relations for Macquarium Intelligent Communications in Atlanta. Jennifer previously led the public relations campaign for Macquarium's entertainment and e-commerce groups and is now taking on a larger role within the entire enterprise. Megan Walters-Brightwell '98 graduated last year with a mastet's degree in professional counseling and is now working at St. Mary of Eg}'pt Orthodox Church of America Counseling Center in Norcross, Ga. She sees adults, children and couples. In April, Megan gave a workshop at St. Tikhons Seminary in Pennsylvania and in July she led workshops in Canada. Michael Decken '99 is working as an internal auditor for Great American Financial Resource, Inc., in downtown Cincinnati. He lives in the area with his new wife Linda. Heidi Blackwell '99 is the ticket sales supervisor at the Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta. She also moonlights at an Atlanta theatre as a stage manager and props designer Donald Stanton '99, honorary doctorate and former Oglethorpe president, is serving as interim president of Haywood Community College in Clyde, N.C, through December 31. Don and Barbie are looking forward to 2006 when they will again have ample time to travel, be with family and enjoy retirement. Don and Barbie send everyone warm wishes. Shannon Champagne '00 is currently the director of the medical assisting department at a local technical college. She feels that Oglethorpe was the best career decision she ever made and that Oglethorpe built her self-esteem. She has never been more proud to be a graduate of a university. Kelley Miller Frankovitch 00 is the practice manager at Pets Are People Too, an emergency veterinary hospital in Dunwoody, Ga. Kelley manages the support staff, facilities, inventory and more. Jodie Sexton Goff 01 completed her MBA degree this summer from George Washington State University in Washington, D.C. She and her husband, Todd, now have a seven- month-old daughter, Emma. Bryan Kenna '01 is leaving his job with Pricewaterhouse Coopers to pursue an M.B.A. at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University in Evanston, 111. z o < u a X H Z 3 o I H PJ U o 26 ss notes Patricia Marks '0 1 is now working as a controller for the CPA firm of Gifford, Hillegass and Ingwersen, LLP. Rabia Muhammad '01 is currently residing in Woodstock, Ga., and was recently promoted to accounting manager at Carmax Auto Finance. Her daughter, Khadijah, turned 9 years old on April 10. Rabia would love to hear from other Oglethorpe alumni living in the area. Tom Namey '02 produced the photography and videos foi the Blair House in Washington, D.C., the guest house of the White House. Tom made documentaries on each room's history. You can view the photos taken by Tom and Southern Living at http://www.blairhouse.org. Kristi Dosh 03 is currently a second-year student at the University of Florida's Levin College of Law. Heather Van Kampen '03 is in Iraq and plans to be gone for another year. You can contact her by mail at: SPC Van Kampen, Heather 248th MI Co, 48th INF BDE, 3 IDAPO AE, 09372 Shahina Sameja '02 just finished her master's degree in clinical psychology at Roosevelt University in Chicago and has relocated back to Atlanta to look for a job. Jaime Wojdowski 03 is beginning her second year at the Georgia State University College of Law after spending the first half of the summer at the college's summer academy in International Commercial Arbitration in Linz, Austria, and the second half of the summer as a law clerk for the ACLU of Georgia. In the fall, she will be externing tor the Lamda Legal Defense and Education Fund. Sara Bowers '04 will attend Emory University's Doctorate of Physical Therapy Program through July 2008. Katy Pui"win '04 is currently a second year MBA candidate at the University of Rochester's Simon School of Business and was selected to be one of two students to spend winter quarter 2005 studying at the Austtalian Graduate School of Management in Sydney. She will complete her degree in June 2006, earning an MBA in marketing, entrepreneurship and international management. In Memoriam Oglethorpe expresses its deepest sympathy to the loved ones of the following alumni and friends of the university who have died: Charles K. Edmondson '37 in December 2001 Glen "Bot" Owens '39 on March 7, 2005 Stephen John Schmidt '40 on May 8, 2005 (see page 15) Evelyn Watkins Liming '41 on July 25, 2005 Clara Copeland Gorman '42 on February 28, 2005 Anita Massar Young '43 in May 2003 Fredia Abney Poole '44 on April 4, 2005 Marion Chester Williamson Lockman '45 on May 17, 2005 Joseph E. Brown, Jr. '49 in February 2005 Robert Jones Findley '49 on August 2, 2004 Noel Albertson Ripley '53 on August 1, 2005 Marietta Sttout Branson '57 on July 26, 2005 Jane Pattillo Kinzey-Frushtick '57 on March 17, 2005 Lila "Pat" Garner Pogue Burke '58 on October 15, 2004 Ernest "Ernie" Stone '58 on March 1, 2005 James R. Calhoon '60 on December 16, 2004 Wilma Wharton Thomas '65 on July 5, 2005 Ruth Liddell Seay '67 in April 2004 Ethleen Howard Martin '68 in 2001 Claire "Smyly" Martin Jones '71 on June 27, 2005 John A. Conant '92 (H) on March 16, 2005 Elmo Ellis '95 (H) on June 24, 2005 Cleo Large, mother of former Oglethorpe President Larry D. Large, on Wednesday, June 8, 2005 honor roll of donors The gifts of all donors listetl in the report Mr Charies G- DeNormandie, III '96 James Edward Oglethorpe Society Mr Robert M. Kane '81 z were received by Oglethorpe University in Mr & Mrs. William A. Emerson Gifts of SI ,000 to $2,499 Dr 8. Mrs. Babu Kantamneni o the period betwieen July 1 , 2004 and June Florence C. & Harry L. English Memorial Mrs, Susan Bachman Kegley '04 J 30. 2005. Gifts to the Oglethorpe Fund. Fund Anonymous (1) Mr Cary R, Klemfield '82 the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art. Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick. Jr '78 Mr Stinson M. Adams. Jr '35 & Mrs, Dr Dale M, Kristle '78 U the Oglethorpe Women's Network, the Dr Janice Ann Galleshaw '75 Claudine Gates Adams '36 Mr & Mrs. George H. Lane, III W I H Oglethorpe University athletic program and Mrs. Martha Sibley George '51 Dr William C. Wtken. Jr '64 & Mrs. Carole Mr 8, Mrs J. Smith Lanier. II other special funds are recognized in their Georgia Power Company Moore Aitken '66 Mr Brent W.Latham '97 >< appropriate giving society. The entire Mr J. Lewis Glenn '71 Ms. Susan Herman Alou '84 Mrs. Pauline Ferry Lester '65 H university community thanks each of these Mr William R.Goodell American Express Mr & Mrs. Eric Link. Sr t/5 donors for his/her/their continued interest Mr James J Hagelow '69 Mr John Ambler & Mrs. Elizabeth Kidder Martha 8. Wilton Looney Foundation and support. Harold Hirsch Scholarship Foundation Ambler '76 MBNA ^ Dr Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78 Dr Chris Ames Mr Scott M. McKelvey '91 P Phoebe Apperson Hearst Society Dr Charies B. Knapp Mr & Mrs. Joseph E. Anderson Mr James P McLain Gifts of $10,000 and above Maj. Lance W Kohler Bank of America Mr J. Kevin Meaders '93 ai Dr & Mrs. Lanv D. Large Mr Howard J. Barr '83 Merrill Lynch 8, Co.. Iric, O X Accumetric. Inc. Ray M. and Mary Elizabeth Lee Foundation Mr & Mrs. James A. Bohart. Sr Mr 8, Mrs. Hugh A. Metcalf, Jr. H Mr J. Frederick Age!. Sr '52 Mr James R. Magbee & Mrs. Clare Findley Mrs. Pinky Gates Bondurant '37* Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss '59 J Dr. Chartes R. Arp & Mrs. Yetty Levenson Magbee '56 Ms. Roslyn Buffington '01 Mr William Thayer Mullally '03 o Arp'68 Mr Stephen E. Malone '73 Mr W. Q. "Pete" Butler '69 Mr Thomas R O'Connor '67 Assistance League of Atlanta Marsh & McLennan Co.,lnc Dr Brian D. Buzzeo '88 8, Mrs, Tracey Mr Steven G. Oliphant '84 BCES Foundation Mohawk Services Johnson Buzzeo '88 Dr J. Anthony Parades '61 27 Mr Robert E. Bowden '66 Mr Bob T Nance '63 Mr, Gordon C, Bynum '50 Ms. Anita Patterson '97 Mr Franklin L. Burl<e '66 Netherlands Consulate in Miami Mr Herman L, Campbell '39 Dr Manning M, Pattillo. Jr Tbe Community Foundation for Greater Mr John J. Scalley CF Foundation Ms. S. Tammy Pearson '86 Atlanta Scalley Family Foundation Mr Kenneth S. Chestnut PepsiCo Foundation Mr John A. Conanf Mrs. Laura Tumer Seydel '86 Mrs, Heather Andrews Clari< '96 Dr Thomas W, Phillips '63 Mr Earl Dolive Mr 0. K, Sheffield. Jr '53 Mr Milton C, Clipper Mr Robert C. Pittard '64 Nell Warren Elkin & William Simpson Elkin Mr Arnold B. Sidman & Mrs. Tobyanne Mr Rowland Cocks Publix Super Mar1<ets Charities Foundation Sidman Consulate General/Switzeriand Mrs, Patricia Raczynski Federated Department Stores Foundation Toll Charitable Foundation Mr James M, Cook, Sr '79 Randstad North America Mr & Mrs. Norman P. Findley, III Tumer Foundation. Inc. Dr James L. Cox '53 Mr 8, Mrs. L. Donald Richard John & Mary Franklin Foundation, Inc. Mr Robert B. Cun-ey '66 & Mrs. Suzanne Mr Clifford T Robinson '89 S Mrs. Stacy Chartes A. Fmeauff Foundation Philip Weltner Society Straub Curiey '65 Leigh Robinson '88 Goizueta Foundation Gifts of $2,500 to $4,999 Ms. Teny Tribbet Davis '82 Mr Peter A. Rooney Or Joel Goldberg '00 (H) Mr irarii DeAraujo '81 Mr R, Alan Royalty '88 Mr William Howell Gower '68 & Mrs. Anonymous (1) Mr & Mrs. Leoriard Diamond Mr Donald H, Rubin '56 Gayle Gower '68 Austrian Motors, Ltd. Mrs. Sharon DiMarco The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation Mrs. Jesse S. Hall Mr John S. Ball '71 8, Mrs. Mary Crockett Mr F Wayne Dobbs '61 Mr Floyd D, Ruhl '67 Mr Claus M. Halle* Ball '72 Mr Timothy Doyle Ryder Systems Charitable Foundation Ttie Halle Foundation Mrs. Ann Breedlove '57 Ms. Jennifer R. DuBose '90 Mr Bud Salamone Mr Harald R. Hansen & Mrs. Betsy Hansen Mr Howell Breedlove '57 Frances 8. Beveriy DuBose Fouridatiori Mr Brian C, Sass '84 Mr James V Hartlage, Jr '65 & Howell A. & Ann M. Breedlove Charitable Dr Daniel M. Duncanson '85 Mr Ron Sattelle Mrs. Jacgueline Hartlage '65 Foundation Mr Christopher P B. Erckert '86 Mr Stephen J, Schmidt '40* & Mrs, Mr Warren Y. Jobe & Mrs. Sally Jobe The Coca-Cola Company Mr Jim H. Faasse '96 Jeanne Fuller Schmidt '42 Mr David L. Kolb Mr. Roger Couch '61 Mrs. Donna Rndling '96 Mr Matthew A, Schuster '84 Mr Roger A. Littell '68 & Mrs. Barbara Dekalb Council for the Arts Mr Matthew I.D. Flinn '98 8. Mrs. Amy Mr. Chartes F Scott '57 Beggs Littell '68 Mr. Paul L. Dillingham Myers Rinn '00 Mr Joe M, Sewell '59 Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 Ms. Jeanie F Rohr '99 Mr William R. Foster '58 Mr Larry C, Shattles '67 Ms. Janice McNeal '98 Flohr Family Foundation Mr Hany R, Frazer '89 Mr Joseph P Shelton '91 8. Mrs. Andrea Mr & Mrs. Joseph F Part(er Jr Mr W. Elmer George '40 Mr David C, Gan-ett. Jr Shelton '91 Partner's Express, Inc. Mr Claude Spencer Godfrey, Jr '98 Dr R. Demi Gay '62 Mr Horace E. Shuman '80 Patricia & Robert Bowden Foundation Sarah Spencer Godfrey Charitable Taist Mrs. Olga C. de Goizueta Silver Lake Development Dr Gartand F Pinholster '04 (H) Mr S Mrs. Robert Grathwohl Mr & Mrs. George E. Goodwin Sokolow Carreras Lemoine & Partners, LLP Rich Foundation Mr Joe T Green '59 Mr Kenneth P Gould '85 Sprint Foundation Estate of M. A. Rikard '37* Mr & Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison Mr Jack C. Guynn Dr Donald S, Stanton '99 (H) & Mrs. Mr Fred Robey '97 Mr. Donald R. Henry '83 & Mrs, Barbara Mr John Guthrie '62 Barbara Stanton Robey Family Foundation Bessmer Henry '85 Mrs. Sarah Patten Gwynn Subaru of America Foundation Dr. J. Mack Robinson '95 (H) Haniet McDaniell Marshall Tmst Mr 0. William Hammack, Jr '73 Dr Linda J. Taylor Schultz Foundation. Inc. Northwestem Mutual Life Mr & Mrs. Charies E. B. Hansell Ms. Patricia Thomas Sledge Foundation Mr John C. Pemer Mr John William Harvey '71 & Mrs. Dr Pamela Tremayne Mr Timothy P Tassopoulos '81 Mrs. Margaret C Reiser Mary-Phyllis Harvey '71 United Technologies Corporation Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Walter & Marjory Rich Fund Mr Stuart Hemian '50 Mr Bemard van der Lande '76 Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith '70 MrWiiiiamJ.Hogan.Jr. '72 Venzon Foundation Thomwell Jacobs Society Mr & Mrs. Stephen F Smith Ms. Veronica M. Holmes '02 Ms. BizabethDeneceWatts'93 Gifts of $5,000 - $9,999 Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 Mr B. Shane Hombuckle '92 S Mrs. Mr Charies K. Weathers '68 Dr William F. Straley Elizabeth V. Hombuckle '93 Mrs. Anne Glenn Weltner '86 Mr. G. Douglass Alexander '68 SunTrust Bank. Atlanta Mr Arthur Howell Mr Darrell E. Whitford '63 Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen '61 Mr John B. Zellars. Jr '85 Ms. Gail Hyde '82 Mr Mart< A. Williams '94 & Mrs. Sharon Chick-fil-A, Inc. The Zellars Family Foundation IBM Maria Williams '93 Coca-Cola Thai Pure Drinks LTD Trade Commission of Denmar1< Intermedics Associates, Inc. Mr 8, Mrs. Raymond Willoch Coro Realty Advisors LLC J.G. Associates, Inc. Ms. Pamela Jill James '91 Mr Raymond Willoch '80 * Deceased Ms. Brenda Kinser Johnson, CPM '95 (H) Honorary degree recipient 1: r honor ro 11 of donors 2 Sidney Lanier Society Mr Thomas C. Port '68 & Mrs. Kathy Mr Wayne M. Kise '69 Dr & Mrs. Ronald L. Cariisle Gifts of S500-S999 McLeod Port '69 Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt '90 CarMax Foundation Z: Mr Robert L. Rasile '82 & Mrs. Donna Mr Keith A. Lane '43 Mr & Mrs. Ben Camiichael r^ Mrs. Annette Fry Adamiyatt 79 Rasile '82 Mrs. Carol Lanier Lamer '87 Miss Nancy I Carter '73 U Mrs. Rose Sirrimons Andrews '51 Dr W. Im'm Ray Jr Mr Wilfred J. LeBlanc '61 Mrs. Mary Williams Cazalas '54 Li: AOL Time Warner Foundation Mr Timothy Randall Roberson '97 Mr Stuart C. Levenson '67 Ms. Shirtey Chambers P Mr Alan K. Arnold 78 Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough '65 Mrs. Bertha Wachman Levy '42' Mrs. Donna Williams Chieves '64 — Ms. Bambi Ellison Arnold '83 Mr Eric M. Scharff '63 Mr Martin 1. Upson '71 Mr 8. Mrs. Theodore Chimiklis H Ms. A. Diane Baker 77 MrWalterV.SIack'50 Mr Louis T Lombardy '69 Mr William B. Christian '59 & Mrs. Mr Robert B. Baker Jr 79 S Mrs. Joselyn Mr Bret K. Sleight '87 Dr James S. MacDonall '70 Barbara James Christian '62 Butler Baker '91 Dr Joseph A. Soldati '61 Mr Scott 0. McAdoo '75 Lt.Col. Samuel H. Christopher, IV (Ret.) '76 2 BellSouth Corporation Mr Mel C. Stein '71 Mr Thomas C. McCague '93 8. Mrs. Marsha R. Christopher '77 D Mr Robert L. Boggus, Jr. '49 Mrs. Sandra Stephens Mr John Meacham, Jr '42 Ms. Martha J. Church '67 , uJ Mr Jotm A. Boland, III Mr Michael Szalkov^ski '88 & Mrs. Mr Paul B. Miller '85 Mr Hugh K. Clement '38 5 Ms. Helen E. Bourne '87 Stephanie E. Szalkowski '89 Mr E. R. Mitchell, Jr Ms. Kysh Robinson demons '92 Mrs. Elizabetti M. Brattin '00 Dr Elizabeth R.Taghechian '94 Mrs. Jeannette Bentley Moon '38 Mr & Mrs. John Cogan Mr & Mrs. Harry Caray Jr The Sallie Mae Fund Mr Jack Perry '39 Dr Jeffrey Collins _j Mrs. Angela Clem Chattin '90 The Winston-Salem Foundation Mrs. Catherine M. Pittman '90 Community Foundation of Central Illinois o Q Ms. Linda Childs Mr Joseph E. Tomberiin '93 S Mrs. Mr & Mrs. Gerald E. Plant Mr J. Patrick Connor '93 Mr. William M. Clifton '88 Kristine R. Tombedin '93 Mr William E. Plowden, Jr '67 Ms. Vicki Jan Conway '72 28 Coca-Cola Enterprises Mrs, BieeckerTotten'51 Mr Kenneth W. Powell '67 Mr & Mrs, John Cortjett Mr Adam M. Corder '95 & Mrs. Rebecca Ms. Trishanda Hinton Treadv»ell, Esq. '96 Dr James D. Rissler '98 & Mrs. Christina Mr Andrew R. Crosby '02 Marasia Corder '91 Mr Mari< L. Tubesing '93 Rissler '98 Ms. Mary D. Crosby Mr Ttiomas J. Coucfi Mr Monis L. Tubesing '95 & Mrs. Pam Dr Beth Roberts Mr & Mrs. George F Cross Mr Roy J. Cowart '65 Tubesing Ms. Melanie Rosen '97 Ms. Jennifer Crouse '92 Mrs. Reese E. Currie UBS Matching Gifts Mr Jerel F Rush '71 Mrs. Hailie Beasley Cullen '65 Mrs. Roberta H. Davis '94 Dr Louise M. Valine Mr Jerry W. Sams '68 Mr Alvin J. Curkin '51 Mr & Mrs. Russell L Dickinson Victaulic Company of America Ms. Barbara A. Sanders '80 Mrs. Claire M. Davis Mr Joseph F Dicks Ms. Ten A. Wall '89 Dr Daniel L. Schadler Mr 8. Mrs. Frank De Maria Dorian Software Creations, Inc Mr Benjamin L. Weinberg, Jr Ms. Debra K. Schreiber '82 MrMarkW. DeLong'03 Ms. Leslie Adams Dove "90 Or Victoria Weiss Rev. Betty Rutland Stapleford '64 Mr Lewis B. DeRose '57 Dr Mimi Milner EIrod '66 Mr Chartes M. Wingo Mr John P Stephens '95 The Diamond Center Equifax Foundation, Inc. MrJohnW.Wuichet'90 Dr Brad L. Stone Mrs. Laura Zaban Dinemian '68 Mr & Mrs. Norman Evans Ms. Pamela M. Yartrough Mrs. Karen Barrow Swenson '89 Mr William T. Doenr Ms. Kattileen M. Farrell '95 Mr & Mrs. S.Scott Thompson Ms. Dorothy Deedy Dryman '76 Dr Beatnce Hasty Favre '64 John Thomas Lupton Society Mr Robert L. Linger Mr 8i Mrs. Andrew Dugenske Mr William M Flammer '90 & Mrs. Carol Gifts of $300-S499 Mr Timothy J. Watt 'GO & Mrs. Jaime Mr 8. Mrs. Michael D. Dusang '99 Morgan Flammer '89 ChardosWatt'OO Mrs. Stephanie Everett Dyer '96 Flammer Relations Mr & Mrs. Chesterfield Bass, Jr Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Weismann '94 Ms. Killian Edwards '94 Ms. Eleanor Fulton '96 Ms. Judith M. Becker Ms. Rebecca A. Whicker Mr James Christopher Eidson '87 Mr. & Mrs. Alan J. Gibson '95 Mrs. Jane Cowart Bloemer '52 Mr James Williams '99 Mrs. Eva H. English '83 Mr & Mrs. Marion B. 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Layne '74 Mrs. Mary Ivey Leak '70 Mrs. Meredyth Leaptrot Ms. Yvette Lederberg Miss Vivian Chandler Lee '64 Ms. Ann Patricia Lenzer '84 Mr Robert Lenzer Mr David M. Leonard Mrs. Bridget Cecchini Lerette '95 Mr & Mrs. David E. Len-ette '95 Mrs. Lu Green LeRoy '95 Ms. Caroline Chestnut Leslie Mr & Mrs. Paul H. Lester Ms. Sarah N. Letson '05 Ms. Kimberiy F Leung '03 Mr Douglas C. Leventhal '93 Mrs. Stacey Bronstein Levin '86 Dr Sandra Folkers Levy '91 Mrs. Gwendolyn Moss Lewis '53 Ms. Larisa Leyzerzon Mr Martin Liberman '71 Mrs. Martha Grant Likins '54 Eli Lilly & Co. Foundation Mr Russell Lind '98 Ms. Katherine L. Lindley '00 Mr William M. Linstrom '65 Mr Hal Lipsey Mrs. Diana Marcus Lipton '79 Ms. Karen Litre Mrs. Rhonda Britt Locher '99 Ms. Tammy Marie Locklear '88 Maj. Lee Loridon, Jr '71 Mrs. Sarah Ann Sanders Long '66 Mr Chartes S. Lord Mr Gordon W. Love, Jr '71 Mr Richard H. Lowe Dr Raymond H. Lucas '86 Mr & Mrs. Paul J. Luedtke Lufthansa Gennan Airiines Mr Joseph C. Luke, IV '04 Ms. Kathleen Lumberg Mrs. Kathleen Allen Lunsford '84 Dr. Jay Lutz Dr & Mrs. Robert S. Lykens Mr Joel 0. Lynch '57 & Mrs. Doris Eisenberg Lynch '58 Mr S Mrs. Richard Lyon Mr Michael J. Lyons '05 Mr Robert N. Lyons '95 & Mrs. Stephanie Chaby Lyons '97 Ms. Brevely Mack '03 Mr & Mrs. John P Maguire Mrs. Jan Collins Maher '69 Mr Richard Chades Maier '78 Mrs. Mary Jackson Maiek '73 Mrs. Suzette Harvey Mancini '71 Mr Robert L. Manning '64 Mr Yasha Manzy Mrs. Jennifer Broadbent-Marine '91 Ms. Patricia R. Marias '01 Mrs. Giriger Anderson Marlowe '69 Ms. Jillian A. Martin '05 Ms. Dina E. Marto '05 Ms. Jeanie Franco Marx '64 Mr Tim Marx '67 Mrs. Judith S. Massey '63 Ms. Kelly C. Matysik '04 Ms. Margaret Maxwell '03 Mrs. Phyllis Rogers May '82 Mr & Mrs. John E. Mays Mr Neil Gray McBride Mr & Mrs. Greg McConriell Mr David E. McCormick '44 Mrs. Ila Ann Varelmann McCoy '58 Mr Stanley C. McDonald, Jr '70 Dr Jay McDuffie '44 & Mrs. Dorothy Hooks McDuffie '47 Mr J. C. McElroy '87 Mrs. Betty Stokes McGarity '58 Mr Dariiel R McGuinn '05 Mrs. Ruthann McGuinn Mr Lester McGukin '56 & Mrs. Lois Weems McGukin '57 Mr Joshua J. Mclntyre '05 Mr & Mrs. John E. McKee, Jr Mrs. Mary Frances McMillan Mr Brian David McNulty '98 Mr Dennis M. McPeak '81 Mr Chades H. McTier Mrs. Brigitte Mebius-Moggre '83 Ms. Sarah Mellon Mrs. Helen Maddox Menefee '87 Mr Bryan Meng Mrs. Lon A. Merrill '01 Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer '72 Dr & Mrs. Ronald E. Mickens Ms. Gwendolyn H. Middlebrooks Mrs. Joan Phillips Millar '64 Ms. Dorothy H. Miller Mr Fred A. Miller Jr '55 Mr George A. Miller Mrs. Lois Adams Miller '66 Mr & Mrs. Lonnie Milstead Mrs. Caroline Cook Minor '75 Ms. M. Elaine Minor '81 Mr & Mrs. Tariq H. Mirza Ms. Holly D. Mitchell '05 Mr Mart< R. Mitchell '79 Mrs. B. Michon Hall Mitchell '87 Mr & Mrs. Henry L. Mix Mobil Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Marilyn McNeal Mock '74 Ms. Shelley A. Moffitt '95 Mrs. Dina Molaison '99 Mr Herbert Monford, II '71 Mrs. Linda P Montgomery '81 Mrs. Arnold Moore Mr Chartes R. Moore '92 Mr Donald R. Moore Mr James W. Moore, Jr '85 Mr L. Silas Moore, Jr '61 Ms. Rachel L. Moore '01 Ms. Deborah L. Morgan '83 Mr & Mrs Harry H. Morgan Mrs. Ruth McLaughlin Morgan '77 Mr George Eddie Morris '63 Mr & Mrs. Steven Morris Ms. Ann Yingling Morrow Ms. Cynthia Mosher Mr Robert F Moskowitz '52 Ms. Sarah C. Mosteller Z o < X H >■ S- > z a q: O I H -J O O 31 nor roll of donors Mr Chad M. Mozley '01 Mr, & Mrs. J. Charles Mueller Miss Tommye Mueller '45 Dr. FlavJa H. Mullen Mr. & Mrs. John Muluhya Mr Anthony F. Murphy Ms. Elena Mustakoua-Possardt Mr & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr Thomas A. Namey '02 & Mrs. Sallie Kaltreider Namey '02 Ms Kelley Napier '04 Mrs. Amanda Lancaster Needham '03 Mrs. Sybil Sanders Neel '55 Mr & Mrs. W. V, Neisius Mr & Mrs. George Nemhauser Ms. Nataliya A. Nemtseva '05 Mrs. Martha Simpson Nesbit '60 Ms. Valerie Newman '77 Mr Charles E. Newton '42 Mr. Charles D. Nicholas '82 Mr R B. Nichols Jr Mr C. B. Harman Nicholson Mr David H Noble, Jr '73 Ms. Lori A Nolan Mrs. Rosalie Brookshaw North '58 Mrs, Mary Ella Nunn The Hon. Sam Nunn Mrs. Cadene Rod Oakes '80 Ms. Marianne Oberg Mr. Howard E O'Connell '85 Ms. M, Winnifred O'Dell Mr, John S, Odess, Jr '80 Mr R, D, Odom Ms, Ellen Heckler O'Herlihy '82 Mrs, Alicia S, O'Kelley '98 Mr John Z, Olewski, III '94 Mr Louis D Olin '68 Mr Andrew J, Olsen '59 & Mrs, Barbara Coffey Olsen '61 Mr Leonard O'Neill Ms, Jill L, Orlando '02 Dr John D Orme Mr Stephen A, Orton '69 Mrs, Theresa Guth O'Shields '82 Mr Joseph T Overton '52 Mr Robert L, Owen '82 Mr Charles J, Owens '68 Mr Lance W Ozier '01 Ms Lise Shade Pace '87 Ms Frances L Padgett Mr & Mrs, Ed Page Mr Malcolm E, Page '80 Mr & Mrs, Peter Pages Mr Aron C, Palefsky '75 Ms. Eugenia Palmer '62 Ms. Keiko Palmer Ms. Sally Palmer '05 Mr Craig D. Ranter '93 Mr E. Adrian Parha '74 Ms. Sonal J. Patel '05 Mr Raymond G. Pawlik, Sr '70 Ms. Stephanie Peccia '04 Mr & Mrs. Julian J. Pedro Mr Mehmet Kahil Pekin Mr Ronald Pelissero Mr & Mrs. Penninger Dr Yvonne Bruton Pennington '63 Pennsport Internal Medicine Ms. Michelle J. Perera '95 Mr Richard Peritz Ms. Robin Jo Periing '81 Mr David H, Pertine '70 Ms. Beth Perry Ms. Catherine Ann Perry Ms. Gunda Perry Mrs. Joyce Gravel Pettus '62 Mrs. Allene Hudgins Petty '51 Mrs, Jill Stanford Philips '75 Dr Jack J, Phillips '69 Ms, Elizabeth Philpot Mr Charies E, Pickett '71 Ms, Stefanie Pierce Mrs, Virginia G, Pistole '67 Ms, Elizabeth Pittman Ms, Roy Plant Mr James C, Piatt. Jr Mr & Mrs, Pondicherry-Harish Mr C, Scott Port '74 Mrs, Grace Suder Porter '55 Ms, Jimmy Ann Langdon Porter '65 Mrs, Frances Creekmore Portwood '57 Ms. Carol B. Powell Ms. Harriet Rogers Powell '86 Ms. Stacy-Ann Powell Ms. Stephanie D. Powell '96 Ms. Leslie Prall '05 Mr Dennis C. Pratt '71 Mr James Pressley '41 Mr Steve Prettyman '79 Ms. Kathleen Jefferies Proto '00 Mr Michael Alan Puckett '69 Mrs. Mary Frances Brown Puett '57 Mrs. Ethelyn Boswell Purdie '59 Ms Vivian K. Pyle Mr 8. Mrs. James R. Pyron Ms. Sandra S, Quails '04 Mr William H, Rebel 8. Mrs, Judith Vananzi Rabel '81 Mr S Mrs. Ralph Rader D,D,S, Mr Roy V Rafinski '69 Dr Glenn W, Rainey, Jr '65 Mrs, Charlotte G, Ramage '40 Ms. Margaret Randolph Mr Edward A, Rapp '81 Miss Dorothy S, Rawlins '54 Mr Robert L, Rawson '98 RBI Design, LLC Mrs, Elsie H, Reece '83 Ms, Amanda L, Regnier '99 Mr & Mrs, Craig B, Reinheimer '84 Mr Marshall Reiser '95 Mrs, Frances H, Reynolds Mr R M, Reynolds, Jr '55 Mrs, Sandra Danneman Rich '66 Richard Fleischman Architects Mr & Mrs, R, H, Richardson Dr Gayle Richmond Mr & Mrs. Steven Rigdon Mr James A, Riley '66 Ms. Veronica Riley '05 Mr Rex G, Roan '70 Robert Morting Antiques Mr William Roberts Dr E Moss Robertson '44 Mr Dennis L, Robertson & Mrs, Martha Knapp Robertson '65 Mr William Ray Robertson, Jr Miss Judith G, Robinson "79 Ms, Maureen B, Robinson '82 Ms, L, Katberine RobinSun Mrs, Angle Baldwin Roda '01 Mrs, Jackie Perdue Rodriguez '71 Mrs, Jean Morehouse Roets '74 Mrs, Brenda Jericevich Roger '95 Mrs, Marie Caudill Rogers '34 Mrs, Mildred Caraway Rogers '61 Mr Glen C, Rose '65 Mrs, Robin Rose-Samuels '85 Mrs, Wilma Lipham Rowe "80 Ms. Diane R. Rowles '71 Ms, Susan A Royal '05 Mr Gary E, Ruckelshaus '69 Ms, Lucilla Ruvalcaba Dr Sue Ruzicka Mr Chris Rylands "01 Mrs, Kelei Sabatino Safeco Insurance Companies Mr Michael B, Saffran '76 Ms, Sylvia San Martin Mr Charies R Sanders '66 Ms, Kelly M. Sands '05 Ms, Angela Sattertield '97 Mr Homer S, Saunders, Jr Ms, Sabina Schievelbein Mrs, Barbara Ostipwko Schmich '75 Ms. Karen Anthony Schnick '02 Mrs, Megan Weiland Schreck'84 Mr Harry L, Scbroeder '01 Mrs, Muriel Rotkewicz Schurke '86 Mr Brent Schwarz Mr & Mrs, Martin Schweitzer Scientific - Atlanta, Inc. Mr Burt<e A, Scott '96 Mr & Mrs, Burton A, Scott, Jr Mrs, Ellen Scovil Ms, Caroline Brooks Seay '85 Mrs, Darlene Baehr Seay '75 Mrs, Linda Robertson Secretan '64 Mrs, Mary Louise Browne Sedki '65 Ms. Cindy Sedran '75 Mrs Ingeborg Seebohm Ms. Theresa Fuerst Sellers '83 Mrs. Gail Robertson Serauskas '93 Mr & Mrs. William Sessions Mrs. Kay Boggs Settle '69 Mr Robert T Seymour '54 Ms. Dolores S. Shapiro Mr Joel F Shapiro '78 Miss Mary Anne Sharp '58 Mr Barry R Shildneck, III, '68 Mrs Ellen Woodson Shipley '62 Mrs, Karen Anne Sams Shirtey '83 Ms, Brenda Shonfield '63 Mr & Mrs, Shoptaw Dr Seema Shrikhande Ms, Michelle Ann Sidler '91 Mr. Bryan D. Simmons '04 Ms. Nancy Schaller Simmons '60 Mr Donald J. Simon '69 Ms. Elise J. Simonton Dr Pamela Simyon '72 Ms. Jennifer Sisco '96 Mr 8. Mrs, Joseph S. Sisco Ms, Ten Sivilli Mr&Mrs, JackA. Skelton Ms, Elizabeth M, Slade '05 Dr Harold J, Sleavin '72 Ms, Beverly Sloan '97 Mrs, Sandra Slomovitz '87 Mr Adam Slutzky Mr Chuck Smith '75 Mrs. Claire Davis Smith Ms, Nicole R, Smith '96 Ms, Sandra Smith Mrs. Lessie B. Smithgall Mr Steven R, Smoak Mr Donald E. Snyder Mr & Mrs. Robert Soby Mrs. Anna San-Martin Soracco '94 Mr Nathan Sparks '98 Mrs. Mildred Jackson Speights '58 Capt. Valerie Woods Spence '92 Miss Denney Wells Spencer '48 Mr S Mrs. Steve Spetseris Mr Geoffrey D, Spiess '91 & Mrs, Jennifer Amerson Spiess '90 Ms, Sally Thomas Spingler '86 Mr Blake Stabler '00 Ms, Heather Lynn Staniszewski '02 Mr. Lloyd E, Stein '39 Mr Wayne G, Stephens '67 Mrs, Sally Bricker Stephenson '68 Mr G, Scott Stevenson '61 Dr & Mrs, C, P Stewart. Jr Mr Matthew P Stien '89 Ms, Susan S. Stout Mrs. Leann Payne Strom '63 Mr 8, Mrs. Aurel E, Stuart, Jr Mr 8. Mrs, Glenn Summerlin Mr Tharius D, Sumter '97 Mr. Guy S, Sunny '69 Ms. Eleanor S, Swann Mr & Mrs. Daniel A. Sweeney Mrs. Kim Sapecky Swix '84 Mr Clyde A, Tallent '72 Mrs. Roberta Lane Tanner '84 Ms. La-Shena K, Tatum '02 Mr LouiS H, Tatum, Jr Mr Rodger G, Tatum '70 8, Mrs, Lynda S. Tatum '92 Mrs, Kate McNeil Taylor '66 Ms, Courtney J, Terrell '05 Mr David Terrell Mr Claude Terry Ms, Lani Terry Mr Ralph W, Thacker '37 Ms, Nancy B, Thai The Ruhlin Company The USAA Matching Gift Fund of San Antonio Mr Matthew R, Thorn '02 Dr John H, Thomas, III '71 Mrs. Sandra Wolsey Thomas '64 Justice Hugh R Thompson '66 Mr Jennings J, Thompson, IV Ms. Jerrie T Thompson '86 Mr 8. Mrs. Lewis Thompson Mrs. Martha Adams Thompson '58 Mrs. Patricia G, Thompson '00 Mr 8, Mrs, Ralph Thorpe Mr 8. Mrs, Robert N, Thrash Dr Margaret R Thrasher '61 Ms, Kathleen Tice Dr Stacey Chapman Tobin '96 Mrs, Sheryl C, Tomberlin '84 Mrs, Vivian Gray Trabue '65 Mr & Mrs, Robert D, Trammell, Jr Mrs, Clara Irwin Traver '77 Mr Vemon Trice Ms, Laura Diane Trittin '87 Mr & Mrs, George Troficanto Mr 8c Mrs, Wendell Troy The Hon, Woodrow Tucker '44 Mr 8, Mrs, Robert Tulowitzky Dr James M.Turner Mr William B, Turner Sr Mr G, Grey Umberger Jr '84 Mrs, Jeanette Anderson Upchurch '45 Ms. Diane Urban Ms. Nicole M, Urbanek '00 Mr Caries Valdes Ms, Janice Van Wart '82 Ms. Elizabeth S, Vanfine Dr Martha Vardeman Ms, Judith M, Vaughn '74 Ms, Marjone Elder Vaught '83 Viking Forwarders, Inc, Mrs, Cathy Markland Villines 77 Mrs. Vashti H.Woodruff '57 Mrs. Pinky Gates Bonduranf Mrs. Florence Richardson James 2 Mrs. Cathy Appling Vinson '92 The Wool Family Foundation TheEstateof MA. Rikard' Dr Thomas N. Pirtile p Ms. Katya Vladimirov Mr & Mrs. Jack Wool Mr Ralph W.Thacker Miss Oenney Wells Spencer J Dr. Vienna K. Volante Ms. Patricia Beth Wool '77 5 Vulcan Matenals Company Mr Kevin A. Woolf '00 Class of 1938 Class of 1949 Ms. Susan Waage '97 Mrs. Ilene Roos Worman '66 Participation: 13% Participation: 20% I Mrs. Margaret Blackman Wali<er '58 Mr & Mrs. Brian 0. Wright '01 Mr Cart N. Clart< Mr Robert L. Boggus, Jr Ms. Paula Walker Mr Ellis B. Wright Mr Rufus W. Hutchinson, Jr Mrs. Joan Robb Butler g Mr Christopher Wall '99 Ms. Lynne Wright Mrs, Jeannette Bentley Moon Mrs. Doris Pickens Hinson Ms. Casey K.Wallace '05 Mr Richard B. Wright '73 Dr James H. Hinson, Jr W5 Mrs. Gladys Baldwin Wallace '61 Ms. Megan Yalkut Class of 1939 MrW. RayHolley > Z D Mr & Mrs. Wesley Wallace Mrs. Carol Tieman Yates '87 Participation: 15% Mr Jack F Hosford Ms. Judith Carol Wallis '73 Mrs. Joanne R. Yendle Mr Herman L. Campbell Dr Stephen C. May Jr Mrs. Jean Grant Walter '51 Mr. S. Zachry Young Mrs. Eleanor Ivey Lake Mrs. Margaret C. Steinpfad bJ Ms. Megan Walters-Brightwell '98 Mr. Joseph A. Zaffuto '90 & Mrs. Patricia Mr Jack Perry Mr William E. Wright, Jr o: Mr Sherman C. Ward. Jr '46 S. Zaffuto '89 Mr. Lloyd E. Stein O I Mr Ralphton E. Wariick '70 Mr Nate Zahn '69 Class of 1950 Mr Ronald A. Warner '74 Dr Sylvia G. Zapico '68 Class of 1940 Participation: 1 5% Mrs. Celia Vecchio Warren '79 Ms. Elizabeth Anne Zelley '94 Participation: 1 3% Mr William R. Brown, Jr O Q Mrs. Patricia Turrier Wan-en '65 Mr & Mrs. Malcolm Zellner Mr W. Elmer George Mr Gordon C. Bynum The Rev. T. Donnell Warters '63 Ms. Pamela C. Zettler '05 Mrs. Marguerite McKinney Hart Mrs. Alice Callaway Crenshaw Ms. Morning Washburn Mr Scott M. Zgraggen '86 Mrs. Chariotte G. Ramage The Rev John M. Flanigen, Jr 33 Ms. Dawn Washington '05 Ms. Angela R. Zimbrick '00 Mr Stephen J. Schmidt- Mr Stuart Herman Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 & Mrs. Carol Mr Chuck Zimmemian Mrs. Medora Fitten Wallace Mr Walter V Slack Lawhorn Watson '69 Mr Alan Zwicker '05 Mrs. Gloria Holbert Webster Mrs. Opal Perry Watson '55 Mr & Mrs. Herb Zwicker Class of 1941 Mrs. Virginia Wallace Wayne '43 Participation: 9% Class of 1951 Mrs. Janet Barnett Weaver '83 Alumni Donors by Class Maj. James C. McClanahan Participation: 29% Mrs Ethel Law Webb '62 Mr James Pressley Mrs. Lillian Cable Williams Mrs. Rose Simmons Andrews Mrs. Gloria Holbert Webster '50 Classes with Highest % Participation Rev Harvey C. Boyd, Sr Ms. Alexis S. Weisman '77 Rank Class % Parlicipation Mrs. Jane Rand Breunig Ms. Elena Weiss '03 1 1948 36% 2 1952 31% Class of 1942 Mr Alvin J. Curt<in Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger '94 Participation: 10% Mr John R. Fisher Mrs. Nancy Charnley Welty '67 3 1951 29% Mrs. Bertha Wachman Levy" Mrs. Martha Sibley George Dr. Gerald Wempner 4 1958,1961 28% Mr John Meacham, Jr, Mr Richard Grotefend Mr Gary Wenger '61 & Mrs. Ann Klein 5 2005 25% Mr Charles E. Newton Mrs. Alice Tatsch Klevens Wenger '58 Mrs. Jeanne Fuller Schmidt Mrs. Mary Louise Watkins MacNeil Mrs. Allerie Hudgins Petty Mr W.Jeffrey Wesley '80 Classes with Largest Number of Donors Mr & Mrs. Chartes West Rank Donors Class of 1943 Mrs. Peggy Gregg Scott Mrs. Dorothea Pickett Westin '89 Participation: 16% Mr Walter H. Tanner Jr Mr Dennis M. Wheeler '76 1 2005 46 Mrs. Vema Miller Berthelsen MrS. BleeckerTotten Mr Chartes L. White '63 2 1969 31 2 1970 31 4 1990 25 Mr J. Eugene Hanis Mr Daniel L. Uffnen Jr. Mr Larry C.White '69 Mr Keith A. Lane Mrs. Jean Grant Walter Dr. Stephen W.White '66 4 1997 25 Mrs. Rhett Pinson Sanders Mr Steven John White '70 Mrs. Virginia Wallace Wayne Class of 1952 Ms. Wanda White The following is a listing of the alumni who Participation: 31% Mr William B.White contributed to the Oglethorpe Fund Clas.sofl944 Mr J. Frederick Agel. Sn Mrs. Eleanor Yedvob Whiteside '65 between July 1 , 2004 and June 30, 2005. Participation: 18% Hon. Henry C.Atchison Ms. Susan B. Whitlock The average alumni participation this year Dr Jay McDuffie Mr Asher 1. Benator Mrs. May Ringold Whittington '67 was 14%. Thank you to all the alumni who Mrs. Virginia Templin Galley Mrs. Jane Cowart Bloemer Mrs. Harriet Chappie Wilbanks '66 contributed to the university this year We Mr David E. McCormick Mrs. Margaret Bell Bloodworth Mrs. Virginia Bremer Wiley '64 appreciate your continued support! Or E. Moss Robertson Mrs. Muriel Lewis Bono Ms. Ginger Williams Mrs. Jane Cannon Smith Mrs. Caroline Drawdy Ellis Mrs. Lillian Cable Williams '41 Class of 1933 The Hon. Woodrow Tucker Mr Donald R. Ferry Mrs. Susan Warren Williams Participation. 14% Col. Sheldon 1. Godkin Mr. & Mrs. David M. Wilson '83 Mrs. Isabel Tonks Gray Class of 1945 Mr James E. Henderson Mr Dewi (J. D.) Wilson Participation: 15% Mrs. Jean Horton Henderson Mr Donald R. Wilson. Jr '71 Class of 1934 Mrs. Betty Clart< Lafitte Mr Robert F Moskowitz Mrs. Elizabeth G.Wilson '91 Participation: 5% Miss Tommye Mueller Mr. Joseph T Overton Mr & Mrs. Anthony Wilson '97 Mrs. Marie Caudill Rogers Mrs. Jeanette Anderson Upchurch Mr. John B. Wilson '83 & Mrs. Julie Class of 1953 Burnett Wilson '84 Class of 1935 Class of 1946 Participation: 11% Mr Lee A. Wilson '53 Participation: 18% Participation: 7%i Mrs. Dolores Strauss Ferry Mrs. Teresa Bamhill Wilson '89 Mr Stinson M. Adams, Jr Mr Shennan C. Ward, Jr Mr Sheldon H. Fleitman Ms. Willie Ruth Wilson Mr M Tyus Butler Mrs. Gwendolyn Moss Lewis Ms. Joan S. Wink Mrs. Aileen Brown Guest Class of 1947 Mr Noel A. Ripley" Ms. Sophia Z. Winkel Mrs. Louise Mitchell Hiss Participation: 13% Mr 0. K. Sheffield. Jr. Dr Kenneth D.Wiriokur '70 Mrs. Margaret Ken- Hitte Mr. Lee A. Wilson Mr&Mrs.JohnH.Winsness'64 Class of 1936 Mrs. Dorothy Hooks McDuffie Ms. Jaime Wojdowski '03 Participation: 5% Class of 1954 Mrs. Hortense B. Wolf Mrs. Ciaudine Gates Adams Class of 1948 Participation: 16% Mrs. Maty Carol Wollenhaupt '02 Participation: 36% Dr Corry Arensbach Mr Wesley F.Wood '74 Class of 1937 Mrs. Joyce Odom Christianson Mrs. Beveriy Joiner Barton Mr Marcus K. Woodford, Jr '82 Participation: 12% Mrs. Mildred C. Daugherty Mrs. Eloise Hightower Beck honor roll of donors z Mrs, Mary Frances Bowlan Class of 1957 Dr Albert P Sheppard Class of 1961 o Mrs. Florence Parris Burtz Participation: 18% Mrs, Mildred Jackson Speights Participation: 28% 1— 1 Mrs. Mary Williams Cazalas Mr Joseph J. Accardi Mrs, Martha Adams Thompson Mrs. Ethyl Fadden Ault c2 Mrs. Martha Grant Likins Mrs. Ann Breedlove Mrs, Margaret Blackman Walker Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen 5 Miss Dorothy S. Rawlins Mr Howell Breedlove Mrs, Ann Klein Wenget Mrs, Frances Pasley Buttolph X Mr Robert T. Seymour Mr Billy P Camp Dr Hines L, Wommack Mr Roger Couch Mrs. Cynthia May Spann Mr Lewis B. DeRose Mr Sam G, Hudgins Mrs. Marianne McWilliams Dillard Class of 1959 Mr F Harvey Hudson g Class oil 955 Mrs, Freida Beatty Duffey Participation: 19% Mr, Ronald R, Knopf t/5 Participation: 17% The Rev. Samuel W. Edieman, Jr Mrs, Virginia Barrett Barker Mr Wilfred J, LeBlanc > Z D Mrs. Nona Jones Bell Mr Harry Letcher Greene Mrs, Elaine Mackenzie Brown Mrs, Belle Turner Lynch Mrs Sara Steinberg Fine Mrs, Peggy Cullars Guillebeau Dr Mariene Hockenberry Cianci Mr, L, Silas Moore, Jr Dr Elizabeth L. Jones-Lukas Mr Joel D, Lynch Dr Joseph B. Duckworth Mrs, Barbara Coffey Olsen w Mrs Margaret Woodward Mathewes Mrs, Lois Weems McGukin Mrs. Margaret Young Edieman Dr J. Anthony Paredes S Mr Fred A. Miller, Jr. Dr Robert Boyd Oliver Mrs. Carolyn Morris Frazier Mrs. Mildred Caraway Rogers THO Mrs. Sybil Sanders Neel Mrs. Frances Creekmore Portwood Mr Joe T Green Dr. Joseph A. Soldati Mrs. Grace Sudor Porter Mrs. Mary Frances Brown Puett Dr Hugo S. Hammond Mr G. Scott Stevenson -4 Mr R. M. Reynolds, Jr Mr Charles F Scott Mr Floyd G, Hopkins Dr. Margaret P Thrasher Q Mrs. Opal Perry Watson Mr William Charles Smith Mrs. Patricia Daniel Kapphahn Mrs. Gladys Baldwin Wallace Mrs, Vashti H, Woodruff Mrs. Janne Jolley Lane Mr Gary Wenger Class of 1956 Mrs. Betty Elkins McDonald 34 Participation: 19% Class of 1958 Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss Class of 1962 Mrs. Lynn Hallford Banks Participation: 28% Mr Andrew J. Olsen Participation: 14% Mrs. Lois Semel Blonder Ms, Peggy O't^leal Compton Mrs. Ethelyn Boswell Purdie Mrs. Paula Hofmann Bell Mrs. Eleanor Coplan Bogart Ms, Patricia Baker DeRose Mr William J. Flammer Dr Jacqueline Miles Boles Mr Clinton L. Fincher Class of 1960 Dr R. Derril Gay Dr Ann R Delatte Ms. Christina Rice Freeman Participation: 12% Mr James W. Hazelwood, Jr Mrs. Edith Upchurch Hunt Col. John E. Harms (Ret.) Mr Jack B. Amold Mrs. Rebecca Harbor Jones Mr Alfred D. Ingersoll Mrs. Linda Robuck Hoffman Mr Jay D. Dye Mr John D. Kuiken Mrs. Catherine 0. Ingersoll Mr Harold R. Ingle, Jr Mr Atauar Famquee Mrs. Eleanor Ann McGum Lipham Mrs. Clare Findley Magbee Dr Jack C. Lane Mrs. Jean Callaway Fletcher Mr James J. Millard Mr James R. Magbee Mrs, Doris Eisenberg Lynch Mrs, Barbara Marsh Gotsch Ms. Eugenia Palmer Mr Lester McGukin Mrs, Ha Ann Varelmann McCoy Mrs. Francine Klein Greiner Mrs. Joyce Gravel Pettus Col. H. David O'Malie Mrs, Betty Stokes McGarity Mrs, Martha Simpson Nesbit Mrs. Ellen Woodson Shipley Mr Donald H. Rubin Mrs, Rosalie Brookshaw North Ms, Nancy Schaller Simmons Mrs. Ethel Law Webb Mr. Joe E. White Mr William E, Scott Miss Mary Anne Sharp Frueauff Cha enge Ms. Jennifer R. DuBose '90 Dr. Daniel M. Duncanson '85 During the 2004-05 fiscal year, The Charles A. Frueauff Dr. Janice Ann Galleshaw '75 Foundation of Little Roclc, Arkansas, challenged the alumni of Mr. Joe T Green '59 Oglethorpe University to increase their support of the university Mr. John William Harvey '71 & Mrs. Mary-Phyllis by finding 30 new $ 1 ,000 donors to the Oglethorpe Fund. Dolcimascolo Harvey '71 The Frueauff Challenge doubled the impact of gifirs from alumni Ms. Pamela Jill James '91 who increased their Oglethorpe Fund contributions or decided Ms. Brenda Kinser Johnson '75 to participate by making a first-time or increased gift of at least Ms. Gail Lynn '77 $1,000 to the university by June 30, 2005. Thank you to all Mr. Scott M. McKelvey '91 those that participated in the challenge! Mr. J. Kevin Meaders '93 Dr. J. Anthony Paredes '61 Mrs. Claudine Gates Adams '36 Mr. Thomas C. Port '68 & Mrs Kathy McLeod Port '69 Ms. Susan Harman Alou '84 Mr. Donald H. Rubin '56 Mr. Howard J. Barr '83 Mr. Stephen J. Schmidt '40'* Mrs. Pinky Gates Bondurant '37 * Mr. Charles F. Scott '57 Ms. Roslyn Buffmgton '01 Mr. Larry C. Shattles '67 Mr. W. Q. 'Tete" Butler '69 Mr. Joseph P Shelton '91 & Mrs. Andrea Spencer Shelton '91 Dr. Brian D. Buzzeo '88 & Mrs. Tracey Johnson Buzzeo '88 Mr. Horace E. Shuman '81 Mr. Gordon C. Bynum '50 Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith '70 Mrs. Heather Andrews Clark '96 Mr. Charles K. Weathers '68 Mr. Adam M. Corder '95 & Mrs. Rebecca Marasia Corder '91 Mr. DarreU E. Whitford '63 Ms. Terry Tribbet Davis '82 Mr. Mark A. Williams '94 & M rs. Sharon Maria Williams '93 Class of 1963 Class of 1966 Dr. Sylvia G. Zapico Mr John S. Ball 2 Participation; 21% Participation: 19% Mr J. Lewis Glenn O Mr. Albert Nathan Baer Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken Class of 1969 Mr John William Haryey _] J Mr. Arnold W. Baker Mr Robert E. Bowden Participation: 1 7% Mrs. Mary-Phyllis D. Harvey S Mrs. Judith Skiles Bal<er Mr Cart H. Bergman Mrs, Judy Heald Allison Mrs. Lou Ella Jenkins 5 Mrs. Kay Kilpatricl< Crawford Mr Franklin L. Burke Mrs, Emma Sewell Borders Mrs. Yvonne Scales Jones a Mrs. Susan Hollinshead Dalton Mr. Ronald Cenzalli Mr, Michael S, Bryant Mr Michael Kay X Mrs. Elaine Shiflett Oooley Mrs. Orela Cox Cook Mr, W, Q. "Pete" Butler Mr Keith J. Landberg >- H Mrs. Mary Bob Cooper Fox Mr. Robert B. Currey Dr Paula Haver Chambers Mr Martin Libemian fylrs. Barbara Dexter Gupton Dr. Mimi Milner EIrod Mr. Charies D. Chetwynd Mr Martin 1. Upson § Mr. J. Cabot Gupton Dr. Kathleen Pitts Faircloth Mr. Gordon A. Clar1< Maj. Lee London. Jr > Z D Mrs. Ellen lyiullendore Knouse Mr. William J. Garrigan Mrs. Bette Makover Hagan Mr Gordon W. Love, Jr. Mrs. Judith S. Massey Mrs. Susan Goodchild Jordan Mr James J, Hagelow Mrs. Suzette Hareey Mancini Dr. Mickey M. Metcalf Mrs. Sarah Ann Sanders Long Mrs. Sheryl Claxton Haney Mr Jeffrey B. Matthews UJ Mr. S. Morris Mitchell Mrs. Lois Adams Miller Mr. Terrence C. Haney Mr Herbert Monford, II ^ Mr. George Eddie Morris Mrs, Harriet C. O'Dell Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sr. Mr Charles E. Pickett O X Mr Bob T. Nance Mrs. Sandra Danneman Rich Mr. Wayne M. Kise Mr Dennis C. Pratt Dr. Thomas W.Phillips Mr. James A. Riley Mr Louis T Lombardy Mrs. Jackie Perdue Rodriguez Mr Eric M, Scharff Mr. Charies F Sanders Mrs. Jan Collins Maher Ms. Diane R. Rowles O Ms. Brenda Shonfield Mrs. Kate McNeil Taylor Mrs. Ginger Anderson Mariowe Mr Jerel F Rush Mrs. Leann Payne Strom Justice Hugh R Thompson Mr Stephen A. Orton Mr Mel C. Stein The Rev. T Donnell Warters Dr Stephen W. White Dr Jack J. Phillips Dr John H. Thomas, III 35 Mr. Charies L. White Mrs. Hamet Chappie Wilbanks Mrs. Kathy McLeod Port Mr Donald R. Wilson, Jr, Mr. Darren E. Whitford Mrs. Ilene Roos Womian Mr. Michael Alan Puckett Mr Roy V Rafinski Class of 1972 Class of 1964 Class of 1967 Mr Jeffrey R. Roesch Participation: 10% Participation: 18% Participation: 23% Dr Louis E. Rossman Mrs. Ann Gibson Adams Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. Mrs. Sandra Abbott Allen Mr. Gary E. Ruckelshaus Mrs. Linda Wishon Anderson Mrs. Donna Williams Chieves Mr. Jon A. Axelberg Mrs. Kay Boggs Settle Mrs. Mary Crockett Ball Col. Kenneth P Davis Mrs. Gin Bradley Bell Mr. Donald J. Simon Mr Robert B. Bowen, Jr Mr James L. Delay Mr. Thomas J. Browning Ms. Susan M. Super Mr John R. Collins Dr Beatrice Hasty Favre Ms. Martha J. Church Mr Guy S. Sunny Ms. Vicki Jan Conway Mrs. Joan Womack Rammer Mrs. June Hopkins Conley Mrs. Carol Lawhom Watson Mrs. Judith Draisen Glassman Mrs. Carolyn Loughborough Frangiamor Mr. Edgar 0. Baffin Mr Larry C. White Miss Etta Lou Hanken Mrs. Lynda Papini Mines Mr. Marv Fineroff Mr Nate Zahn Mr William J, Hogan, Jr Miss Vivian Chandler Lee Mr. Donald G. Hartman Mr Michael A, Israelite Dr. John G. Lipham Mr, J. Robert Jackson Class of 1970 Mrs, Leslie Berk Johnston Mr Robert L. Manning Mr. Stuart C. Levenson Participation: 15% Ms. Midge M. Jorns Ms. Jeanie Franco Marx Mr. Tim Man Mr. James N. Bier Mrs. Deborah Jobe Koehler Mrs. Joan Phillips Millar Mr. Thomas R O'Connor Mrs. Helen Kibler Browning Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer Mr. Wayne D. Penv Mrs. Virginia G. Pistole Mr Thomas L. Burton. Jr. Miss Rosemary Mosteller Mrs. Paula Coker Rice Mr. William E. Plowden, Jr. Mr David Powers Coley Dr Harold J. Sleavin Mrs. Linda Robertson Secretan Mr. Kenneth W. Powell Mr Robert K. Cowhig. Jr. MrClydeA Tallent Rev Betty Rutland Stapleford Mr. Floyd D. Ruhl Mrs. Lynn Allison Cowhig Mrs, Barbara Rose Westfail Mrs. Barbara Klein Stewart Mr. Larry C. Shattles Mrs. Carol Zee Daniel Dr, Michael W, Yartjrough Mrs. Virginia Bremer Wiley Mr. Wayne G. Stephens Mr Bnjce R, Feuer Mrs. Chariotte Smith Winsness Mrs. Nancy ChamleyWelty Mrs, Lynn Andreasen Freeman Class of 1973 Mr.JohnH.Winsness Mrs. May Ringold Whittington Mrs, Mary Finn Heaney Ms, Andrea C, Hestley Participation: 8% Mrs, Kathryn Beatty Catr Class of 1965 Class of 1968 Dr, Robin Whyte Hoffman Miss Nancy T Carter Participation: 22% Parficipation: 16% Mr Albert R, Hudson. Jr Mr, Robert Ross Dimm Mr. James E. Carroll Mr. G.Douglass Alexander Mr Richard A, Hughes Mrs, Mikala Warren Engel Mr. Richard Joseph Carter Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp Mr Wayne J. Jaffie Mr. Allen B. Goodwin Mrs. Cherry Hodges Casey Mr. Thomas M. Baird Mrs. Rosemery Pearson Kinney Mr. 0, William Hammack, Jr Mrs. Hallie Beasley Cullen Mrs. Nikki McCoy Clemens Mrs. Ellen Plutchok Klein Mrs. Natalie Mintz Harris Mrs. Suzanne Straub Currey Mrs. Laura Zaban Dinerman Mrs. Mary Ivey Leak Mr. Jeffrey M. Johnson Mr 0. Navarro Faircloth Mrs. Gayle Burch Gower Dr. James S. MacDonall Mrs. Mary Jackson Maiek Mrs. Judith Hayden Gamgan Mr William Howell Gower Mr. Stanley C. McDonald. Jr. Mr. Stephen E. Malone Mr James V Harllage, Jr Mr Barry Randolph Gurtey Mr. Anthony R. Melillo Mr. David H. Noble, Jr. Mrs. S. Lynne Hanzelik Miss Mary Constance Hamell Mr. Joseph R. Menez Ms. Judith Carol Wallis Mr. James L. Hughes Ms. Jackie F Howard Mr. Raymond G. Pawlik, Sr. Mr, Richard B.Wright Mrs. Pauline Ferry Lester Mrs, Helen King Kessler Mr. David H. Perrine Mr. William M Linstrom Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell Mr. Rex G. Roan Class of 1974 Ms. Jimmy Ann Langdon Porter Mr. Roger A. Littell Mr. Richard S. Simons, Jr. Participation: 11% Dr. Glenn W. Rainey, Jr. Mr, Louis D, Olin Mrs, Dean Dubose Smith Mrs. Karen Jones Aber Mrs. Martha Knapp Robertson Mr, Thomas C, Port Mr. Robert S. Strachan Mr. Robert D. Copelan Mr. Glen C. Rose Mr, Jerry W Sams Mr. Rodger G.Tatum Mrs, Lynn Lasater Crowley Mrs. Penelope McCulloch Rose Mr, Barry R Shildneck, III, Mr. Ralphlon E. Warlick Mr Charies M, Hames Mrs. Linda Sanders Scartorough Rev John S, Sims Mr Steven John White Ms, Martha Ann Jenks Mrs. Mary Louise Browne Sedki Mrs, Sally Bricker Stephenson Dr Kenneth D. Winokur Mr Jeffrey S, Layne Mrs. Vivian Gray Trabue Mrs, Mary Denton Suttle Mr Steven W, Levinsky Mrs. Patricia Turner Wan'en Dr, G, Gilman Watson Class of 1971 Mrs, Ruth Partiam Manning Mrs. Eleanor Yedvob Whiteside Mr. Chartes K, Weathers Participation: 12% Mr Clifford Miller Mrs. Sharon Friedrich Williams Mr David K, Wood Mr. J. Randall Akin Mrs, Marilyn McNeal Mock honor roll of donors z Mr. E. Adrian Parham Ms. Patricia Beth Wool Ms. Robin Jo Periing Mr Brian C. Sass g Mr C. Scott Port Ms. Anne Jill Writer Mrs. Judith Vananzi Rabel Mrs. Megan Weiland Schreck -J Mrs. Jean Morehouse Roets Mr Edward A. Rapp Mr Matthew A. Schuster 5 <; u Mrs, Sandra Davis Stepp Class of 1978 Mr Christopher M, Sertich Mrs. Kim Sapecky Swix Ms. Judith M. Vaughn Participation: 12% Mr Timothy R Tassopoulos Mrs. Roberta Lane Tanner X H Mr Ronald A. Warner Mr Frank S, Anepohl, Jr Mrs. Sheryl C. Tomberlin Mrs. Janie P Wilson Mr Alan K.Arnold Class of 1982 Mr G. Grey Umberger, Jr ^ Mr. Wesley F.Wood Mr. Blake M. Christoph Participation: 14% Mrs. Julie Bunett Wilson H Mr Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr Ms. Debra J. Bradley Ciassof1975 Mrs. Vickie Vaughan Goetchius Mr Eric S. Crunick Class of 1985 > 2 P Participation: 13% Mr Thomas G. Hood Ms. Shiriey Peterson Davis Participation: 13% Mrs. Deborah Roach Avery Dr Kenneth K. Hutchinson Ms. Terry Tribbet Davis Mrs. Nancy Arnold Cordier Mrs, Heien S, Braunstein Mrs. Debra Losner Kahn Mr John J. Dowd, Jr. Mr Douglas Robert Dubay w Ms. Dorothy S. Burvee Dr Dale M. Kristle Mrs. Deanna L. Harrison Dr Daniel M. Duncanson s Dr Ciaire Derdeyn Coies Miss Tracey Lathem Ms. Carol OhI Hudson Mrs. Sharon Velinsky Fagin , o Mr Miles R. Cook Mr Richard Charles Maier Mr Gary R. Kleinfield Mrs, Anne Kohl Fowler H Ms, Emy Lou Faber Mr Robert Wyatt Moore Mr Mark S, Lisicky Mr Christian G. Gackstatter U4 Or Janice Ann Galleshaw Mr Joel F Shapiro Mrs. Phyllis Rogers May Mr Kenneth P Gould o Mrs, Patsy Griffith Hamilton Mr Charies H. Simon, Jr. Mrs Linda Triguero McCormick Ms, Marilyn L, Hays Mrs, Marilyn Whiteside Handsel Mr Charles D. Nicholas Mrs, Barbara Bessmer Henry J< Mr, Dennis R, Harrison Class of 1979 Ms. Ellen Heckler O'Hertlhy Ms, Nanette Helene Loftis 2h Ms, Brenda Kinser Johnson, CPM Participation: 16% Mrs.ThereseGuthO'Shields Mr Paul B, Miller ^D Mrs, Betty Powell Kujawski Mrs. Annette Fry Adamiyatt Mr Robert L, Owen Mr James W, Moore, Jr Mrs, Kay Penn Martin Mrs. Shelby Andrev»s Mr Robert L. Rasile Mr Anthony F Murphy Mr Scott D, McAdoo Mr Michael S, Bahary Mrs. Donna Cron Rasile Mr Howard E, O'Connell Mrs, Caroline Cook Minor Mr Robert B. Baker. Jr Ms. Maureen B. Robinson Mrs, Robin Rose-Samuels Mr Aron C, Palefsky Mr James M, Cook, Sr Ms. Debra K. Schreiber Ms. Caroline Brooks Seay Mrs. Jill Stanford Philips Mrs, Joan Morris Dechovitz Ms. Janice Van Wart Mr. John B. Zellars, Jr. Mrs. Barbara Ostipv»ko Schmich Ms, Ellen M, Erenbaum Mr Marcus K. Woodford, Jr. Mrs. Dariene Baehr Seay Mr Thomas F Forkner, Jr, Class of 1986 Ms. Cindy Sedran Mrs. Kathleen Glynn Grupp Class of 1983 Participation: 14% Mr. Chuck Smith Mrs. Elizabeth Locklin Hrisak Participation: 1 5% Mrs. Catherine Castagna Abood Mrs. Alice Hoke Zimmerman Mr Robert Lenzer Ms. Bambi Ellison Arnold Mrs. Barbara Martin Adair Mrs. Diana Marcus Upton Mrs. Iwuk Alfred Asuamah Mrs. Jeanne A. Broadhurst Class of 1976 Mr Mart< R. Mitchell Ms. Sandra Lynch Aufderheide Mrs. Maritta M. Bush Participation: 11% Mr Steve Prettyman Mr Howard J. Barr Mr L. Thomas Clements Mrs. Elizabeth Kidder Ambler Dr Robert H. Pollen, Jr Dr Susan Crosby Brown Ms. Margaret E. Cole Mrs. Elizabeth Gosnell Biggs Miss Judith G, Robinson Dr Robert A. Buck Dr Martha Eastlack Miss Alice B. Carr Mrs. Celia Vecchio Warren Mr Clancy S. Burrell Mr Christopher P B, Erckert Mr Philip C. Chamberlain Mrs. Carolyn Constangy Wasser Mrs. Eva H. English Ms. Sandra D. Gain Lt Col. Samuel H. Christopher IV (Ret.) Mr Bob L. Fesperman Ms. Georgia Russell Hembree Mrs. Sarah Lee Davis Class of 1980 Mrs. Dianne McClinton Glennie Mr Marc M, Khedouri Ms. Dorothy Deedy Dryman Participation: 13% Mr Donald R. Henry Mrs. Stacey Bronstein Levin Mrs. Barbara Howard Flanigan Mrs. Catherine Dennis Belles Mrs. Vickie Moore ln«in Dr Raymond H, Lucas Mrs. Laura Fantini Johnson Mr Robert E. Bristol Ms. Karen Keiser-Jenkins Mrs. Tamara Chaffin Lynde Capt. Louis A. Johnson Ms. E. Harnett Cone Mrs. Brigitte Mebius-Moggre Ms. S. Tammy Pearson Ms. Joyce C. Jones Mrs. Lynette Ossinsky Fine Ms. Deborah L. Morgan Ms. Harriet Rogers Powell Mr Warner L. Kennon, IV Mrs, Betsy Duggan Johnson Mrs. Elsie H. Reece Mrs. Muriel Rotkewicz Schurke Mr Michael B. Saffran Mr Christopher J. McFadden Ms. Theresa Fuerst Sellers Ms. Laura Turner Seydel Mr Dennis M. Wheeler Mrs. Cariene Rod Oakes Mrs. Karen Anne Sams Shiriey Ms. Sally Thomas Spingler Mr John S, Odess, Jr Ms. Marjorie Elder Vaught Ms. Jerrie T Thompson Class of 1977 Mr Malcolm E. Page Mrs. Janet Barnett Weaver Mrs. Diane Dubay Walker Participation: 20% Mrs, Wilma Lipham Rowe Mr David M. Wilson Mr. Scott M. Zgraggen Ms. A. Diane Baker Mr Reynold F Salmon Mr John B. Wilson Mrs. Ann L. Brown Ms, Barbara A, Sanders Mrs. Sally Petree Wilson Class of 1987 Mr Donald S. Carter, Jr Mr Horace E, Shuman Participation: 13% Mrs. Marsha R. Christopher Mr Martin J, Weils Class of 1984 Mr Charles K. Beck Mrs. Alexis Jan Lazor Day Mr W, Jeffrey Wesley Participation: 15% Ms. Helen E. Bourne Mr Steven F Day Ms. Kathryn D. West Ms. Susan Harman Alou Mr Marcus J. Cash Dr Dianne Jones Ford Mr Raymond S. Willoch Mrs. Stephanie Staples Babbitt Mr. Dean Thomas DeCencio Ms. Annette M. Friant Mrs. Sue Goddard Bryant Mrs. Cynthia Bjurmari< Dubay Mrs. Diane Lyon Gray Class of 1981 Mrs. Judith Hunt Drobinski Mr. James Christopher Eidson Mrs. Ellen Sills Greene Participation: 12% Dr D. Scctt Faith Ms. Michele Anne Guy Mr Robert M. Gregory Mrs. Janet Womble Arias Mr Kevin M Goff Mrs. Mary M. Hamacher Mrs. Vicki Grimes Hardin Ms, Lin Bart<er Mrs. Patricia Bourne Goff Ms. Anne Hammond Mrs. Jill Gofer Harris Mr William F Bazzel Mrs. Linda Graff Hall Mrs, Marcelle Turner Knauff Ms. Gail Lynn Mr Irani DeAraujo Mrs. Caralyn Herzog Hellerung Dr Mark A, Knautz Mrs. Ruth McLaughlin Morgan Mr Robert M, Kane Mrs. Amanda Hough Latimer Mrs, Carol Lanier Lamer Ms, Valerie Newman Mrs. Eloise Mallory Lamons Mr Philip F Law Mr Antonio V, Lentini Mrs, Lynne Bilzing Parriott Mr Jeffrey B. Levy Ms. Ann Patricia Lenzer Mr J, C, McElroy Mrs, Clara Irwin Traver Ms. Shervl Ann McCarthy Mrs. Kathleen Allen Lunsford Mrs, Helen Maddox Menefee Mrs, Cathy Martdand Villines Mr Dennis M. McPeak Mr Steven G. Oliphant Mrs, B, Michon Hall Mitchell Ms, Alexis S, Weisman Ms. M. Elaine Minor Mr Craig B. Reinheimer Mrs, Anjanette Rupe Owen Mr, Knox R, Wilmer Mrs. Linda P. Montgomery Mrs. Joan Kelley Reinheimer Ms, Lise Shade Pace Dr. William E. Porter Mr Steven A. Thompson Mrs. Sharon Maria Williams Ms. Jennifer Sisco 12 Mr Bret K, Sleight Mr John W. Wuichet Ms. Nicole R. Smith q Mrs. Sandra Slomovitz Mr Joseph A. Zaffuto Class of 1994 Dr Stacey Chapman Tobin d Ms Laura Diane Trittin Participation: 11% Ms. Trishanda Hintori Treadwell S Mrs. Carol Tieman Yates Class of 1991 Ms. Pat Bums Baumgarten < u Participation: 12% Ms. Jennifer Suvoski Bowers Class of 1997 u Class of 1988 Mrs. Joselyn Butler Baker Mr Nathan E. Briesemeister Participatiori: 1 1 % X Participation: 10% Ms. Wendy Smith Boul Dr Mark A. Caprio Mrs. Kelly Miller Bertier Mr A. Scott Allen Mrs. Lisa DiNapoli Broderick Mrs. Roberta H. Davis Mr. Maurice John Breton, III Mrs. Deda Walker Band Mr Wayne E. Brooks, Jr Mr Troy A. Dwyer Mr Daryl Brooks t/5 Mr Brent Andrew Bishop Ms. Ember Uziel Constantin Ms. Killian Edwards Mr Joseph Cox w Dr. Brian D. Buzzeo Mrs. Rebecca Marasia Corder Mr Timothy J. Evans Mrs. Theresa Linebarger Cox > 2 D Mrs. Tracey Johnson Buzzeo Ms. Margaret Elise Glower Mrs. Barbara Miller Hall Ms. Sarah Allison Gatliff Mr William M. Clifton Mrs. Stacie Shattles Coins Mr Jeff Hall Mrs. Jennifer Ovdenk Haley a Mrs. Gonca Gursoy-Artunkai Mrs. Rachel Williams Grimes Ms. S. Kristine Suber Hanchar Mr Michael D. Kelly Mrs. Kimberiyn Hudgens-Abrams Mr B. Shane Haney Ms. Jill Reiss Harper Dr Tiffany E.Kelsey o I H Mrs. Kathleen IVlcDermott Kraynick Mrs. Amy Baggett Hansen Mrs. Heather E Hornor Mr Brent W. Latham Ms. Tammy Marie Locklear Mr Kart A. Hansen Ms. Loretta D. Hunt Dr Jason M. Levy Mr R. Alan Royalty Mrs. Doreen Hart Hill Ms. Chara Fisher Jackson Mrs. Katherine Knott Levy O Mr Michael K. Szalkowski Mrs. Amanda Paetz Hiner Mr John Z. Olewski, III Mrs. Stephariie Chaby Lyoris Mrs. Christine Graf Taggart Ms. Pamela Jill James Mr Matthew S. Shepherd Ms. Anita Patterson Mrs. Mary Howard Tallman Mrs. Rebecca White Leavell Mrs. Anna San-Martin Soracco Mr Rok Petric 37 Mrs. Kimberly Rouleau Truett Mr Lance L. Leitzel Dr Elizabeth R. Taghechian Mr Timothy Randall Roberson Mr T. Charles Truett. Jr. Dr Sandra Folkers Levy Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Weismann Mr Fred Robey Ms. Cynthia A. Williams Mrs. Jennifer Broadbent-Marine Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger Ms Melanie Rosen Mr Scott M. McKelvey Mr Mart( A. Williams Ms. Angela Satterfield Class of 1989 Mrs. Andrea Spericer Shellon Ms. Elizabeth Anne Zelley Ms. Beverly Sloan Participation: 1 2% Mr Joseph R Shelton Ms. Amy D. Zickus Mr D. Brandon Smith Mrs. Kathleen Moran Brink Ms. Michelle Ann Sidler Mr Tharius D. Sumter Ms. Ann R. Brown Mr Geoffrey D. Spiess Class of 1995 Mr Scott K. Tomlinson Mrs. Victoria Stevens Chapman Ms. Caitlin E. Way Participation: 9% Ms. Susan Waage Mrs. Marilyn Dumorit-Burt< Mrs. Elizabeth G.Wilson Dr Carta Hall Alphonso Mr Anthony Wilson Mr Mark J. Feiring Dr Brooke N. Bourdelat-Parks Ms. Jeanette Randall Wilson Mrs. Carol Morgan Rammer Class of 1992 Ms. Maria J. Bright Mr Harry R. Frazer Participation: 6% Mr Joseph H. Coleman Class of 1998 Mr.ScottlHaight Ms. Kysh Robinson demons Mr Adam M. Corder Participation: 10% Mr Kurt A. Hansen Ms. Mary Elizabeth Cravrford Ms. Kathleen M. Farrell Anonymous Ms. Betsy Henderson Ms. Jennifer Crouse Mr Alan J. Gibson Mrs. Valerie Holshouser Barske Mr Ronald L. Kraynick Ms. JoAnn Golden Mrs. Teri Butler Gibson Mr Cart W. Bemer, Jr Mrs. Wendy Pearson Robertson Mr C. Patrick Gray Mr Jason C. Gray Ms. Kathryn S. Brooks Mr Matthew P Stien Mrs. Virginia K. Helms Mrs. Susan Poston Hansen Mrs. Diane Williams Dalbo Mrs. Karen Barrow Swenson Mr B. Shane Hornbuckle Mrs. Kathryn Engler Klein Mrs. Elizabeth Parra Dang Mrs. Stephanie E. Szalkowski Mrs. Regina Sweat Lane Mrs. Lu Green LeRoy Mr Claude Spencer Godfrey Jr. Ms. Teri A. Wall Mr Charles R. Moore Mr Robert N. Lyons Ms. Amanda E. Greene Mrs. Dorothea Pickett Westin Mr Kevin C. Rapier Ms. Shelley A. Moffitt Mr Benjamin J. Hanes Mrs. Teresa Barnhill Wilson Capt. Valorie Woods Spence Ms. Michelle J. Perera Mrs. Monica Hayden Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto Mrs. Lynda S. Tatum Mr Marshall Reiser Dr Karen Head Mrs. Elizabeth Brown Zoby Ms. June M.Tompkins Mrs. Brenda Jericevich Roger Ms. Carletta S. Hurt Mrs. Cathy Appling Vinson Mr Brian L. Sweeney Ms. Creche E. Kern Class of 1990 Mrs. Jane Barrow Tracy Mr Russell Lind Participation: 15% Class of 1993 Mr Morris L. Tubesing Ms. Janice McNeal Mrs. Beth Morrison Anderson Participation: 10% Mr Brian David McNulty Mrs. Angela Clem Chattin Mrs. Amy Tucker Ballar Class of 1996 Mrs. Alicia S. O'Kelley Mrs. Beth Eckard Concepcion Mr Christopher A. Ballar Participation: 9% Mr David Reynolds Pass Dr Ava Marie Salerno Conlin Mrs. Danielle Oxford Boshart Mrs. Heather Andrews Claris Mr Robert L Rawsori Ms. Leslie Adams Dove Mr J. Patrick Connor Ms. Cristine Deaver Mrs. Christina Burnham Rissler Ms. Jennifer R. DuBose Ms. Candice Corbitt Cooke Mrs. Caroline Vinson Dennis Dr James D. Rissler Mr William M. Flammer Mrs. Leah Bell Crosby Mr Charies G. DeNormandie, III Mr Nathan Spart<s Mrs. Dayle Sutton Fowler Mrs. Alexandra Kay Gray Mrs. Lisa Diedrich Mrs. Aimee Thrasher-Hanson Dr. Robert M. Grant Mr. J. Clark Hill Mrs. Stephariie Everett Dyer Ms. Megan Walters-Brightwell Mrs. Deborah S. Griffin Mrs. Elizabeth V Hornbuckle Mr Jim H. Faasse Ms. Marion C. Haines Ms. Donna Johnson-Gainer Mrs. Donna Findling Class of 1999 Mrs. Michelle Rosen Haney Mr Douglas C. Leventhal Ms. Eleanor Fulton Participation: 7% Mrs. Julie Wackerman Hanrahan Mr Thomas C. McCague Ms. Ekaterina Galperina Mrs. Diane Altonen Mrs. Brenda Smith Hayden Mr J. Kevin Meaders Ms. Katherine M. Griffin Mr Charies E. Barousse Mr Robert M. Hill Mr Craig D. Ranter Ms. Toriia Sellers Griswold Mrs. Amy Katz Bonn Mr M. Deane Johnson Mr David M. Ross Ms. Emily S. Guriey Ms. Andrea Hope Breen Mrs. Judith Chapman Kane Mrs. Kathryn Pope Schmeiser Mrs. Elizabeth R. Healy Mr Brett Cave Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt Mrs. Gail Robertson Serauskas Ms. Lin Odom Hopkins Mr Kipp A. Chambers Ms. A. Joann McDowell Mr Joseph E. Tomberiin Mr Kevin M. Kendrick Ms. Lori A. Collins Ms. Stephanie L. Phillips Mrs. Kristina Randall Tomberiin Ms. Stephanie D. Powell Ms. April J. Costner Mrs. Catherine M. Pittman Mrs. Virginia Martin Tomlinson Mrs. Tonya Gibson Russo Mrs. Jessica M. Dusang Ms. Angel C. Robinson Mr Uaik L. Tubesing Mr Andrew J. Schindler Mr Michael D. Dusang Mrs. Jennifer Amerson Spiess Ms. Elizabeth Denece Watts Mr. Burke A. Scott Ms. Jeanie F Flohr honor ro ll of donors z Mr, Jeremy J, Greenup Ms. Heather Lynn Staniszewski Ms, Holly D, Mitchell Mr 8. Mrs, John Esterline o Mrs- Catherine Borck Horsefield Ms, La-Shena K, latum Ms, Nataliya A, Nemtseva Dr 8. Mrs, Burton Evans —J -J Mr Jeremy D. Horsefield Mr Matthew R, Thorn Ms, Sally Palmer Mr 8. Mrs, Norman Evans 5 Mrs, Belinda M. Kasmiersky Ms, Heather Weiss Ms, Sonal J, Patel Mr William J, Evans *< u Ms Mariruth Leftwicti Mrs, Mary Carol Wollenhaupt Ms, Stacy-Ann Powell Mr, 8, Mrs, Norman R Findley, III UJ Mrs, Rhonda Britt Locher Ms, Leslie Prall Mr William J, Flammer '62 8. Mrs, Joan Mrs, Dina Molaison Class of 2003 Ms, Veronica Riley Womack Flammer '64 Ms- Amanda L. Regnier Participation: 6% Ms. Susan A. Royal Mrs, Ligia C, Florim Ms Kiley A, Ryba Mrs, Christa Elizondo Bartholomew Ms. Kelly M. Sands Mr 8, Mrs, Juan Galvan 'y^ Mr James Williams Ms, Meiyen M, Bell Ms. Elizabeth M. Slade Mr William J, Garrigan '66 8. Mrs, Judith UJ > Z D Mr Bradley T Day Ms. Courtney J. Terrell Hayden Garrigan '65 Class of 2000 Mr MarkW, DeLong Ms Linda S Torres Mr 8. Mrs, Charies L Germany Parlicipation: 8% Ms, Katarina Kurincova Ms. Casey K. Wallace Mr 8. Mrs, John M, Glenn, Jr UJ Ms. Jeannette M, Bellamy Ms, Deborah M, Lange Ms. Dawn Washington Mr & Mrs. George E. Goodwin a! Mrs, Elizabeth M, Brattin Ms, Kimberly F Leung Ms, Pamela C, Zettler Mr & Mrs. Owen Goudelocke THO Mrs, Catherine T, Burns Mr Robin Lohfert Mr Alan Zwicker Mr & Mrs. Robert B. Gould Ms. Hanh M. Deutschman Ms, Brevely Mack Mr & Mrs, Charles Grad Mrs, Jennifer Sells Furman Ms, Margaret Maxwell Parents Mr 8. Mrs, Lukens Grammont o Ms. Nicole Garbarini Mr William Thayer Mullally Mr 8. Mrs, Richard L. Graner Ms. Misty N. Hood Mrs, Amanda Lancaster Needham Thank you to the many current and former Mrs, Gwendolyn Grant Mr J. Jay Kapp Mr Christopher A, Simser parents who contributed to Oglethorpe Mr 8. Mrs, Martin R, Grant :?R Ms. Katherine L. Lindley Ms. Elena Weiss University before June 30, 2005. Mr 8, Mrs, Robert Grathwohl jJO Ms. Kathleen Jefferies Proto Ms. Jaime Wojdov^ski Mr 8. Mrs, Robert Greenwell Mr Blake Stabler Mr & Mrs. Joseph E, Anderson Mr 8, Mrs, Daniel T Gura Ms, Tina Marie Slults Class of 2004 Mr, & Mrs, Terry Anderson Mr 8. Mrs, William R. Gussman Mrs. Patricia G. Thompson Participation: 7% Dr Charles R, Arp S Mrs, Yetty Levenson Mr. 8, Mrs. Wendell L. Hans Ms. Nicole M, Urbanek Ms. Stephanie Allen Arp '68 Mr 8. Mrs. Rudy Hanzsek, Jr Mrs, Jaime Chardos Watt Ms. Jillian Barcroft Mr & Mrs, Walter C, Baldwin Ms. Regina Harns Mr Timothy J, Watt Ms. Linda Eva Blumenthal Mr & Mrs, Rudy Barnes Mr & Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison Mr Kevin A, Woolf Ms. Jennifer Brown Dr & Mrs, Timothy Barrov^man Mr James V Hartlage, Jr '65 & Mrs, Ms, Angela R.Zimbrick Mr Joshua R Caray Dr & Mrs, John V Barson Jacqueline Hartlage '65 Ms. Delikah R. Carter Mr & Mrs, Chesterfield Bass. Jr Mr & Mrs, James A. Haviland Class of 2001 Mrs, Suzanne E, Dorough Mr & Mrs, Harry Bassler Mrs, Eugenia S, Henderson Participation: 6% Mrs, September Holstad Ms, Judith M, Becker Mr 8c Mrs, Karl J, Hirshman Ms. Penelope J. Anderson Ms, Pattie Ingle Mr & Mrs, Charles T Bell, Jr, Mr & Mrs, Gene Hitchcock Ms. Roslyn Buffington Ms, Susan Bachman Kegley Mr 8. Mrs, Blair N, Belton Mr 8. Mrs, William Hodges Ms. Elizabeth K. Campbell Mr, Joseph C, Luke, IV Mr Timothy Berwager Mr 8. Mrs, Dewey E, Hughes Mrs. Ann Stiner Cave Ms, Kelly C, Matysik Mrs, Ruth H, Bessmer Mr a. Mrs, David Jackson Mr Christopher Y. Fort Ms, Kelley Napier Mr & Mrs, James A, Bohart, Sr Mr W,R, Jenkins & Mrs, Lou Ella Jenkins '71 Mr Donald Austin Gillis Ms, Sandra S. Quails Mr & Mrs, Robert L Boggus, Jr '49 Mrs, Carol C, Johnson Ms, Jodie Sexton Goff Mr Bryan D. Simmons Mr 8, Mrs, James L, Bready Mr 8, Mrs, Willie R, Johnson Mr J Cleve Hill Mr & Mrs, Dwight Brisendine Mr Robert S. Jones, Sr. '69 Ms, Patricia R. Marks Class of 2005 Mr, & Mrs, Robert E, Bristol '80 Mr Kari Jost Mrs, Lori A, Meriill Participation: 25% Mr & Mrs. Harry Caray, Jr Mr Neil Kalmanson Ms. Rachel L, Moore Ms. Rachel L. Bailey Mr James E. Carroll '65 Dr 8. Mrs. Babu Kantamneni Mr Chad M, Mozley Mr Jonathan W, Sassier Mr Cad Carson Mr & Mrs, Jim Karnes Mr Lance W Ozier Ms, Wanda L, Belvin Ms. Linda Childs Mr 8. Mrs, Wayne Kramer Mrs. Angle Baldwin Roda Ms, Elizabeth A. Bosserman Mr & Mrs. Theodore Chimiklis Mr & Mrs, Scott Krueger Mr Chns Rylands Ms. Melissa Boviero Mr & Mrs. Alan Chunka Mr & Mrs, David Kuhn Mr Harry L. Schroeder Mr Aaron Boyd Mr & Mrs. Curtis Clayton Mr & Mrs, George H, Lane, III Mr Brian D. Wright Ms. Holen Heather Brady Mr & Mrs. R. A. Cobbaert Mr 8. Mrs. J. Smith Lanier II Mrs. Caroline Bartentield Wright Ms, Season D, Broughton Mr & Mrs. John Cogan Mr & Mrs. Paul H. Lester Ms. Ashley E. Zimmerman Ms, Virginia R, Brown Mr & Mrs. Walter N. Cohen Mr & Mrs. Eric Link, Sr Ms, Danielle Calf Carison Mr & Mrs. John Corbett Mr & Mrs, Louis T Lombardy '69 Class of 2002 Mr Tom Collens Mr 8, Mrs. A. F Conjm Mr 8. Mrs, Paul J, Luedtke Parlicipation: 8% Mr Hugh H, Connerty Mr Thomas J. Couch Dr & Mrs. Robert S. Lykens Ms. Megan Breece Ms. Amy E. Davis Mr 8. Mrs. Mark Crissey Mr & Mrs. Joseph G. Maddox Ms Anna Blacklidge Breton Ms. Elizabeth Hardee Dicks Mr 8. Mrs. George F Cross Mr Ralph Maddux Ms. Jessie L. Copeland Mr Christopher Dyer Mr 8, Mrs. Danny L, Gruff Mr 8. Mrs. John P Maguire Mr Andrew R. Crosby Ms. Mu-Hung Fang Mrs. Reese E. Currie Mr Neil Gray McBride Ms Kimberly Watkins Daniel Mr R. Corey Garner Mr David Dalbo & Mrs. Diane Williams Mr & Mrs. Greg McConnell Mr. Sn Hemanth Digumarthi Mr Charles Ghee Dalbo '98 Mrs. Ruthann McGuinn Mr F Daniel Giordano Ms. Marshal Gilliam Mr & Mrs. Robert Dariand Mr 8, Mrs. John E. McKee, Jr Mrs. Sheila H. Godwin Ms. Vickie G- Hickam Mr & Mrs. Frank De Maria Mr 8. Mrs. Hugh A. Metcalf, Jr Ms. Pauline J. Haughton Ms, Danielle Holm Mr & Mrs. Leonard Diamond Dr & Mrs. Ronald E. Mickens Ms. Veronica M. Holmes Mrs, Margaret Jackson Mr & Mrs. Russell L. Dickinson Mr 8. Mrs. Lonnie Milstead Ms. Tiffani L. Hulsey Mr Robert C, Johnston Mr Joseph F Dicks Mr & Mrs. Tariq H. Mirza Ms Elizabeth P Kennedy Ms, Catherine M, Lawler Mr Eart Dolive Mr 8c Mrs. Henry L. Mix Ms. Jennifer McCormick Ms, Sarah N, Letson Mrs. Mudene L. Dubay Mr E. Lee Morris, III Mrs. Saliie Kaltreider Namey Mr Michael J, Lyons Mr & Mrs. Jim Dumont Mr 8. Mrs Steven Morris Mr Thomas A. Namey Ms, Jillian A, Martin Ms, Barbara Duttenhaver Ms. Ann Yingling Morrow Ms. Jill L. Orlando Ms, Dina E Marto Mr & Mrs, John Eckeri Mr 8. Mrs. J. Charles Mueller Ms. Vera Veasley Redwine Mr Daniel R McGuinn Mr & Mrs, William A. Emerson Mr 8. Mrs. John Muluhya Ms. Karen Anthony Schnick Mr Joshua J, Mclntyre Mr 8, Mrs, John Emst Ms. Elena Mustakova-Possardt Mr. S Mrs, Roger L. Myers Mr. & Mrs. Ed Page Ms. Karen C. Page Mr & Mrs. Peter Pages Ms. Keiko Palmer Mr & Mrs. Craig D. Ranter '93 Mr. & Mrs. Josepti F. Parker, Jr Mr & Mrs. Julian J. Pedro Mr Mehmet Kahil Pekin Mr Ronald Pelissero Mr & Mrs. Gerald E. Plant Mr S Mrs Pondictierry-Hansh Mr & Mrs. James R. Pyron Mr William H. Rabel S Mrs. Judith Vananzi Rabel '81 Mrs. Patricia Raczynski Mr & Mrs. Ralpti Rader D.D.S. Dr. Gayle Richmond Mr & Mrs. Steven Rigdon Mrs. Jackie Perdue Rodriguez 71 Mr Mari( Royalty Dr & Dr Ray Rudd Mr Bud Salamone & Mrs. Sharon DiMarco Mr & Mrs. Martin Schweitzer Mr & Mrs. Larry C. Shattles '67 Drs. William 0. & Patricia R Shropshire Mr & Mrs. Joseph S. Sisco Mr & Mrs. Stephen R Smith Mr & Mrs. Robert Soby Mr S Mrs. Steve Spetseris Mr & Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. Mr & Mrs. Glenn Summeriin Mr. & Mrs. Daniel A. Sweeney Mr David Terrell Ms. Patricia Thomas Mr & Mrs. Lewis Thompson Mr & Mrs. S. Scott Thompson Mr & Mrs. Robert D. Trammell, Jr Mr Vernon Trice Mr & Mrs. George Troficanto Mr & Mrs. Oscar Tmjillo Mr & Mrs. Robert Tulowitzky Mr & Mrs. Wesley Wallace Mr & Mrs. Charies West Mr John B. Wilson '83 8, Julie Burnett Wilson '84 Ms. Willie Ruth Wilson Mr & Mrs. William Wise Mr & Mrs. Jack Wool Ms. Anne Jill Writer '77 Dr & Mrs. Michael W. Yartjrough '72 Mr & Mrs. Fams F Yates Mr Joseph A. Zaffuto '90 & Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto '89 Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Zellner Mr & Mrs. Herb Zwicker Friends Oglethorpe is fortunate to have such wonderful trustees, faculty, friends and staff who contribute so much to Oglethorpe in so many ways, including the Oglethon^e Fund and other funds. The fol- lowing lists all those that contributed to the university as of June 30, 2005. Mr & Mrs, Stinson M. Adams, III Ms. Aimee Ahmed Mr Jon Akin Ms. Jane Woods Alexander Mr John Ambler Dr. Chris Ames Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Anderson Ms. Candace Apple Mr. & Mrs. Ben S. Amiistead Ms. Ursula Arroyd Mrs. J. Paul Austin Ms. Susan Bacher Mrs. Julia Ballard Mr & Mrs. Bill Barfield Ms. Heather Barksdale Mr. Jerry B. Bames Ms. Martha Davis Bames Ms. Donna Bamett Mrs. Linda R Bath Dr and Mrs. Charies L. Baube Mr R. F Beach Ms. Rati Beaudoin Drs. Jose and Licha de Becerra Ms. Holly Beyersmith Mr Michael Bieze Ms. Gloria A. Bittner Ms. Maureen Blando Mrs. Enrique E. Bledel Mr James A. Bohart, Sr Mr John A. Boland, III Mr Manuel F Bonilla Mr Patnck N. Bonones Ms. Joy Bookhultz Mr and Mrs. Lou Boos Mr and Mrs. Brian Bowen Ms. Carolyn Bowers Mr Peter W. Bowler Ms. Linda P Bowles Mr. John Jackie Bradford Mr and Mrs. Allen Brandenburger Mrs. Susan Brandt Ms. Josephine C. Breyfogle Dr William L. Brtghtman Mr Jenaro V. Brignoni Mrs. Chariesey W. Brown Mr David Buice Ms. Milbre C. Burch Ms. Patricia Burditt Mrs. Kathryn B. Burke Ms. Lynne Bush Ms. Ginny Campbell Ms. Paula E. Campbell Dr Ronald L. Cariisle Mr and Mrs. Chris Carios Ms. Carolyn Can- Mr Edward Can-oil Ms. Irene Carter Mrs. Karen S. Carter Mr and Mrs. J. Philip Carver Ms. Kathy Cautin Ms. Beveriy L. Center Ms. Shirley Chambers Mr Kenneth S. Chestnut Dr Comelia Cho Mr. & Mrs. William M. Clary Mr Milton C. Clipper Mr Rowland Cocks Ms. Joyce Cohrs Dr Jeffrey Collins Ms. Debra Combs Mr John A. Conant ' Mr Dennis Conger Mrs. Dan Coursey Mr & Mrs. Jack A. Crockford Ms. Mandara Cromwell Ms. Mary D. Crosby Mr and Mrs. Gerald Culberson Mrs, Rose Cunningham Mrs. Therese A. D'Agostino Ms. Christina E. Daley Ms. Carol A. Danford Mrs. Claire M. Davis Ms. Sheila Day Mr and Mrs. Robert DeJanes Ms. Cynthia L. Denman Dr Roberta K. Deppe Ms. Dee R. Devine Mr J. Roland Dewitt Mr Paul L. Dillingham Mrs. Sharon DiMarco Ms. Fran Dixon Mr William T Doerr Ms. Carolyn Doherty Mrs. Ruth C. Donovan Mr Timothy Doyle Mr T Rus Drew Ms. Sally H. Drymon Mr and Mrs. Andrew Dugenske Mr Elmo I. Ellis Mr David Engle Ms. Mary Evans Mr and Mrs. Francis Farrell Ms. Loreene Fey Ms. Nancy U. Fillingame Mr John Finnigan, III Mrs. Melissa Firestone Mr Edwin Fisher Mrs. Martha Fowie Ms. Eleanor Freemer Ms. Sarah Friend Mrs. Carol Froman Mr & Mrs. Wayne Fuller Mr Alan H. Garber Mr Joseph P Gardiner Mr David C. Garrett, Jr. Mr Michael A. Gertjer Mr Louis A. Gerland, Jr Mr Alvin Ginsburg Mr & Mrs. Marion B. Glover, Jr Dr Joel Goldberg '00 (H) Mr William R. Goodell Ms. Gail Goodwin Mrs. Mildred S. Grant Mr Lewis Greskin Mr Cari H. Griffin Ms. Emily Grigsby Mr and Mrs. Thomas Guest MD Mr Jack C. Guynn Mrs. Sarah Patten Gwynn Mr James C. Haight Mrs. Jesse S. Hall Mr Claus M. Halle Mr & Mrs. Charies E. B. Hansell Mr & Mrs. Harald R. Hansen Mrs. Dill Harnson Mrs. Mary Ann Hart Ms. Phyllis Hawkins Mr & Mrs. Scott W. Hawley Ms. Bonnie S. Hayes Mr and Mrs. deny Heltzer Mrs. Joan W. Hening Mr Jere E. Hess Mrs. Bartiara G, Hill Ms, Mary Katherine Hodgson Mr and Mrs. Daniel H. Hollums Mr & Mrs. Jim Home, Jr Ms. Susanne W. Howe Mr Arthur Howell Ms. Mary Anne Hudnall Ms. Dorothy Huenecke Ms. Nomia Huff Mr Ron Hutchins Ms. Mary D. Hutton Mr Randy Hyman Ms. Cara Isdell Ms, Pamela A. Isdell Mrs. Ruth N. James Mr Warren Y. Jobe Ms. Ann Johnson Dr Elizabeth C. Johnson Mr & Mrs. Harold Johnson Mr Herbert F Johnson Dr James M. Johnson, Jr Ms. Victoria Jordan Mr Siegfned Kammerer Ms. Judy Kamp Mr Joseph Kane Mr Allen Kariebach Mr C. J, Tucker Keller Ms. Eva L, Kelly Ms, Ingnd Kelly Dr. Mae Kendall Dr Nancy H. Kerr Dr J. Brien Key Dr & Mrs. Donald G. Kilgore, Jr Ms. Kalila King Mr and Mrs. Richard N. King Ms. Donna F Kingsman Mr Shinichi Iflnushita Ms. Constance L. Kirt(patrick Ms. Jill B. Kleinman Ms. Denise Klosinski Dr Charles B. Knapp Ms. Margie A. Koenig Mr Evan Kohler-Camp Maj. Lance W. Kohler Mr David L. Kolb Mr George Kopec Mrs. Elliott Kyle Mr Darwin R. Labarthe Ms. Mary B. Lapwing Dr & Mrs. Larty D. Large Ms. Ramona Lathbury Mrs. Meredyth Leaptrot Mr Jim Ledbetter Ms. Yvette Lederberg Mr David M. Leonard Ms. Caroline Chestnut Leslie Ms. Larisa Leyzerzon Mr Hal Lipsey Ms. Karen Litre Mr Wilton D. Looney Mr Charies S. Lord Mr Richard H. Lowe Ms. Kathleen Lumberg Dr Jay Lutz Mr and Mrs. Richard Lyon Mr and Mrs. Alex Malaspina Ms. Hala A. Maiek Ms. Lindsey Mann Mr Yasha Manzy Ms. Alcini Martye Mr and Mrs. John E Mays Mr James R McLain Mrs. Mary Frances McMillan Ms. Sarah Mellon Mr Bryan Meng Mrs. Holly Hofmann Middlemis Ms. Dorothy H. Miller Ms. Vicki Miller Mr George A. Miller Mr E. R. Mitchell, Jr, Mrs. Arnold Moore Mr Donald R. Moore Mr 8. Mrs. Harry H. Morgan Ms. Cynthia Mosher Ms. Sarah C. Mosteller Dr Flavia H. Mullen Mr Elbert N. Mollis, Jr z o < u X h- >- oo oi a > Z D a ci. O I H u o 39 nor rn llofd onnrs Mr, and Mrs W, V. Neisius Mr. and Mrs. George Nemtiauser Dr. Philip J. Neujahr Mr F B. Nichols Jr. Mr. Lloyd Nick Dr. Caroline Noyes Mrs. Mary Ella Nunn The Hon. Sam Nunn Ms. Marianne Oberg Ms. M. Winnifred O'Dell Mr Roderick D. Odom Mr Leonard O'Neill Dr. John D. Orme Mr. James C. Owen Ms. Frances L. Padgett Dr. Manning M. Pattillo. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Penninger Mr Richard Peritz Mr. John C. Pernor Ms. Beth Perry Ms. Catherine Ann Perry Ms. Gunda Perry Ms. Elizabeth Philpot Ms. Stefanie Pierce Ms. Elizabeth Pittman Ms. Roy Plant Mr James C. Piatt. Jr. Ms. Carol B. Powell Ms. Vivian K. Pyle Ms. Margaret Randolph Dr. W. tain Ray, Jr Mrs. Margaret C. Reiser Mrs. Frances H. Reynolds Mr and Mrs. R. H. Richardson Ms. Ann G. Rinaldi Dr Beth Roberts Mr William Roberts Mr. William Ray Robertson, Jr. Mr. J. Cheney Robinson Ms. Kelly Robinson Ms. L. Katherine RobinSun Mr Peter A. Rooney Dr. Michael K. Rulison Ms. Lucilla Ruvalcaba Dr Sue Ruzicka Mrs. Kelei Sabatino Ms. Sylvia San Martin Mr. Homer S. Saunders, Jr. Mr. John J. Scalley Dr Daniel L. Schadler Ms. Sabina Schievelbein Mr. Brent Schwarz Mr. and Mrs. Burton A. Scott, Jr. Ms. Olivia P Scott Mrs. Ellen Scovil Mrs. Ingeborg Seebohm Mr. and Mrs. William Sessions Ms. Dolores S. Shapiro Mr. & Mrs. Bill Shoptaw Or Seema Shrikhande Mr Arnold B. Sidman Ms. Susan S. Stout Dr. William F Straley Ms. Eleanor S. Swann Mr Louis H. latum, Jr Dr. Linda J. Taylor Mr. Claude Terty Ms. Lani Terry Ms. Nancy B. Thai Mr, Jennings J. Thompson, IV Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Thorpe Mr and Mrs. Robert N. Thrash Ms. Kathleen Tice Dr. Pamela Tremayne Mr and Mrs. Wendell Troy Ms. Patricia Tunno Dr James M. Turner Mr. Robert L. tJnger Ms. Diane Urban Mr Carlos Valdes Ms. Elizabeth S. Vantine Dr Martha Vardeman Ms. Katya Vladimirov Dr Vienna K. Volante Ms. Paula Walker Ms. Morning Washburn Mr. Robert C. Watkins, Jr Mr. Benjamin L. Weinberg, Jr, Dr. Victoria Weiss Dr. Gerald Wempner Ms. Rebecca A. Whicker Ms. Wanda White Mr. William B. White Ms. Susan B. Whitlock Ms. Ginger Williams Mr. J. H. Willingham Mr Dewi (J. D.) Wilson Ms. Joan S Wink Ms. Sophia Z. Winkel Mrs. Hortense B. Wolf Dr.AlanN.Wooltolk Mr. Ellis B. Wright Ms. Lynne Wright Ms. Megan Yalkut Ms. Pamela M. Yarbrough Mrs. Joanne R. Yendle Mr S. Zachry Young Mr. Chuck R. Zimmerman Dr Philip Zinsmeister Matching Gift Companies Alexander Haas Martin & Partners, Inc. American Express Philanthropic Program AOL Time Wamer Foundation AstraZenica AXA Foundation Bank of America BellSouth CortJoration CarMax Foundation Circuit City Foundation The Coca-Cola Company Mrs. TobyAnne Sidman Community Foundation of Central Illinois Ms Elise J. Simonton Eguifax Foundation, Inc. Ms. Teh Sivilli Federated Department Stores Foundation Mr & Mrs. Jack A. Skelton Ford Matching Gift Program to Advance Mr. Adam Slutzky Education Mrs. Claire Davis Smith Georgia-Pacific Corp. Ms. Sandra Smith Georgia Power Company Mrs. Lessie B. Smithgali Hewlett-Packard Company Mr Steven R. Smoak Johnson 8. Johnson Mr Donald E. Snyder Eli Lilly & Co. Foundation Dr Donald S. Stanton Marsh & McLennan Co., Inc, Dr and Mrs. C. R Stewart, Jr. Mennll Lynch & Co,, Inc, Dr Brad L. Stone Mobil Foundation, Inc. Northwestem Mutual Life Prudential Foundation Raytheon Company Roche Diagnostics Ryder Systems Charitable Foundation Safeco Insurance Companies Charies Schwab & Company.Inc Scientific - Atlanta, Inc, Sprint Foundation Subaru of America Fdn. SunTrust Bank, Atlanta The Scholarship Foundation Lockheed The USAA Matching Gift Fund of San Antonio UBS Matching Gifts Verizon Foundation Victaulic Company of America Wellpoint Foundation Corporations & Foundations Accenture Foundation, Inc, Accumetric, Inc. Assistance League of Atlanta Atlanta Educational Telecommunication Atlanta- Joumal Constitution Atlanta Tipoff Club Austriari Motors, Ltd. Bacon & Company. Inc. Barmon Inc. Bass Accounting Services BCES Foundation BKR Metcalf Davis Board of Trustees, Akron Summit County Public Library Patricia & Robert Bowden Foundation Howell A. & Ann M. Breedlove Charitable Foundation Brooks, McGinnis & Chafin LLC Capital City Women's Golf Association CF Foundation Chick-fil-A, Inc. Community Foundation of Central Illinois The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Consulate General Switzeriand Coro Realty Advisors LLC Dekalb Council for ttie Arts Deloitte & Touche The Diamond Center Dorian Software Creatins, Inc, Frances & Beveriy DuBose Foundation Nell Warren Elkln & William Simpson Elkin Foundation Florence C, & Hany L, English Memorial Fund Envision Credit Union Emst & Young F & F Tax Sen/ice, Inc, Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Flammer Relations Flohr Family Foundation Flowers Inc. Balloons John & Mary Franklin Foundation, Inc. Charies A. Frueauff Foundation Georgia Foundation for Independent Colleges The German Church of Atlanta Goizueta Foundation Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, LLP The Halle Foundation Harold Hirsch Scholarship Foundation Hirshman Foundation Intermedics Associates, Inc, J. G. Associates, Inc, Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta JustGive,org Ray M. and Mary Elizabeth Lee Foundation Martha and Wilton Looney Foundation Lufthansa German Airiines Mary Jane Stuart Kohler Foundation MBNA Harriet McDaniell Marshall Trust Mohawk Services Netherlands Counsulate in Miami Parker's Express inc, Pennsport Internal Medicine PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP The Productivity Company, Inc. Publix Super Markets Chanties Inc. Ranstad North Amenca R. B. Rich Elementary School RBI Design, LLC Rich Foundation Walter & Marjory Rich Fund Richard Fleischman Architects Robert Moming Antiques Robey Family Foundation The Ruhlin Company The Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation The Sallie Mae Fund Sarah Spencer Godfrey Charitable Trust Scalley Family Foundation Schuitz Foundation, Inc. Silver Lake Development Sledge Foundation Sokolow Carreras Lemoine 8. Partners. LLC Staff Association, Akron Summit County Public Library Summit Construction Co, Inc. Trade Commission of Denmari( Toll Charitable Foundation Turner Foundation, Inc. Viking Fon«arders, Inc, Vulcan Materials Company Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation The Winston-Salem Foundation The Wool Family Foundation The Zellars Family Foundation Capital, Endowment and Special Gifts The following is a list of all those that contributed to capital expeoses, endowment funds, and special projects throughout the year. Thank you for your continued support of the university. Mr. J. Frederick Agel, Sr, '52 Mr Q. Douglass Alexander "68 Dr Charles R. Arp & Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp'68 Mr. Albert Nathan Baer '63 Mr. Dan Berman Mr. & Mrs. James A. Bohart, Sr Mrs, Martha Laird Bowen '61 Mr, Franklin L, Burke '66 Mr Bill W, Carter Chick-fil-A, Inc, The Coca-Cola Company Mr. and Mrs. James V Colantoni, II The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Mr Roger Couch '61 Mr, Roy J. Cowart '65 Dr James L. Cox '53 Mrs, Kay Kilpatrick Crawford '63 Mrs. Susan Hollinshead Dalton '63 Mr. F. Wayne Dobbs '61 Mr. Earl Dblive Mr. Timothy Doyle Dunkin' Donuts Florence C. & Han7 L. English Memorial Fund Mr and Mrs. William M. Farrell Mr S Mrs. Norman P. Findley, III Mr John Finnigan, III Mr. Matthew I. D. Rinn '98 & Mrs. Amy Myers Flinn '00 Mr. Harry R. Frazer '89 Charles A. Fmeauff Foundation Mrs. Sara Mac Smith Germane '63 Goizueta Foundation Mr J. Cabot Gupton '63 & Mrs. Barbara Dexter Gupton '63 Mr John Guthrie '62 Mr Travis Hames '63 Mr. Sam Hudgins '61 J. G. Associates, Inc. Jersey Mike's Mr. Warren Y. Jobe Mrs. C. Lee Boggus Knippenberg '82 Maj. Lance W. Kohler Dr Lany D. Large Mr Roger A. Littell '68 & Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell '68 Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 Mr James R. Magbee & Mrs. Clare Findley Magbee '56 Mr Stephen E, Malone '73 Dr John M. Marshall '83 Hamet McDaniell Marshall Trust Mary Jane Kohler Foundation Mr James R Milton '57 Mr S. Morns Mitchell '63 Mr. & Mrs. Roger L. Myers Mr Bob T Nance '63 Mr Steven G. Oliphant '84 Mr. Charles J. Owens '68 Mr Aran C. Palefsky '75 Dr. J.AnthonyParedes'61 Mr & Mrs. Joseph F Pari<er. Jr Pari<er's Express Inc Dr Yvonne Bruton Pennington '63 Dr Garland F Pinholster Mr Robert C. Pittard '64 Dr W. Irwin Ray. Jr Rich Foundation Walter & Marjory Rich Fund Mr Timothy Randall Roberson '97 Mr Fred Robey '97 Robey Family Foundation Dr J. Mack Robinson Mr Clifford T Robinson '89 & Mrs. Stacy Leigh Robinson '88 Mr Bud Salamone & Mrs. Sharon DiMarco Mr Jerry W. Sams '68 Mr Brian C. Sass '84 Mr Ron Sattelle Dr Daniel L. Schadler Mr Eric M. Scharff '63 Mr Joe M. Sewell '59 Mr 0. K. Sheffield, Jr '53 Ms. Brenda Shonfield '63 Sledge Foundation Dr. Joseph A. Soldati '61 Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 Startiucks Mr John P Stephens '95 Mrs. Sandra Stephens Mr and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr Mr Michael Szalkowski '88 S Mrs Stephanie E. Szalkowski '89 Mr. Timothy P Tasscpoulos '81 Mrs. Sandra Wolsey Thomas '64 Ms. Trishanda Hintori Treadwell '96 Mr Christopher Wall '99 Mr Timothy J. Watt '00 8. Mrs. Jaime Chardos Watt '00 Mr Darrell E. Whitford '63 Mr and Mrs. Raymond Willoch Honor and IVIemorial Gifts The following is a list of donations given to remember and honor others in the Oglethorpe community. In some cases, these gifts may have been designated to enhance specific funds within Oglethorpe's endowment or for other projects at the university. The list includes gifts received by June 30, 2005. Gifts In Honor Names in italics are the honorees. Ms. Lucile F. Alliano Mr William R. Foster '58 Dr. G- Malcolm Amerson Mr. Warner L Kennon, IV '76 Dr Kenneth D. Winokur '70 Dr. Keith H. Aufderheide Mr and Mrs. James R. Pyron '97 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bassler Mr Jonathan W. Bassler '05 Ms. Jackie Linda Bedenbaugh Mrs. Margaret Jackson '05 Mr and Mrs. Warren Belvin Ms. Wanda L. Belvin '05 Dr Robert Blumenthal Mrs. Kareri S. Carter Mr and Mrs. Tim Brown Ms. Virginia R.Brown '05 Dennis and Sarah Carlson Ms. Danielle Cait Carison '05 Dr John S. Carton Ms. Rachel L. Bailey '05 Mr and Mrs. Steve Cataline Mr. Bud Salamone Ms Martene M. Bell Clart< '05 Mr Charles Bell Mr & Mrs. Thomas W. Collens. Ill Mr Thomas W. Collens, IV '05 Ms. Martha Collins Mr John R. Collins '72 Mr Charles J Cume. Ill Mrs. Reese E. Currie Mrs Claire M. Davis Mr and Mrs. Scott W. Hawley Ms. Christine Foster-Cates Mrs. Karen S. Carter Mr Bradley T Day '03 Mrs. Bartara G. Hill Mr and Mrs. Joseph Dyer Mr Christopher Dyer '05 E-Chao and Tsuey-Hwa Fang Ms. Mu-Hung Fang '05 Mr Chris Y. Fort '01 Ms. Ann Yingling Morrow Mr F Daniel Giordano '02 Mr and Mrs. Frank De Maria Dr Robert M. Grant '88 Mr and Mrs. Martin R. Grant '90 Ms Ola Gray Ms. Dawn Washington '05 Ms. Elizabeth Graydon Mrs. Sue Goddard Bryant '84 Ms Mary Katharine Harrison '03 Mr & Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison Mrs. Barbara Bessemer Henry '85 Ms. Mary D. Crosby Ms Katharine Holland Mr William R. Foster '58 Ms. Mary Hoyt Ms. Lin Barker '81 Mr Sam Hudgms Mr Roger Couch '61 Ms Stella Allen Hunter Ms. Stephanie Allen '04 Raymond and Kathryn Kennedy George Troficanto Ms. Gina Phillips Laney Mrs. Karen S. Carter Dr and Mrs. Larry Large Mr G. Douglass Alexander '68 Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 Ms. A. Diane Baker '77 Mr Robert E. Bowden '66 Mrs. Susan Brandt Mr Franklin L. Buri<e '66 Mr Kenneth S. Chestnut Mr Milton C. Clipper Mr Elmo I. Ellis Mr William A. Emerson Mr Norman P Findley. Ill Mr Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr '78 Mr J. Lewis Glenn '71 Dr Joel Goldberg Mr William R. Goodell Mr George E. Goodwin Mr Jack C. Guynn Mr James J. Hagelow '69 Mr S Mrs. Chartes E. B. Hansen Mr Harald R. Hansen Mr James V Hartlage. Jr '65 Mr J. Cleve Hill '01 Mr William J. Hogan, Jr '72 Dr Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78 Mr Warren Y Jobe Dr Charies B. Knapp Mr David L, Kolb Mr J. Smith Lanier II Mr Roger A. Littell '68 Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 Mrs. Clare Findley Magbee '56 Mr E. R. Mitchell, Jr Mr Bob T Nance '63 Mr R. D. Odom Mr Timothy Randall Roberson '97 Mr John J. Scalley Mr Stephen J. Schmidt '40 Mr Eric M. Scharff '63 Mrs. Laura Tumer Seydel '86 Mr 0. K. Sheffield, Jr '53 Mr Arnold B. Sidman Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 Mr Timothy P Tassopoulos '81 Ms. Trishanda Hintori Treadwell '96 Mr and Mrs. Peter Lawler Ms. Catherine M Lawler '05 Ms. Lindsey Mann Ms. Mary D. Crosby Mr Brian Lee Martin Sweeney '95 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Sweeriey John. Julia, Jocelyn. Pete and Trae Martin Ms. Jillian A. Martin '05 Elias, Norma & Reem Marto Ms. Dina E. Marto '05 Oglethorpe National Alumni Association Board of Directors Mrs. Bartjara Bessmer Henry '85 Dr John D. Orme Ms. Elizabeth A. Bosserman '05 Ms Tonia Pahari Mrs. Karen S. Carter Dr Manning M. Pattillo. Jr Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mays Mr Timothy Randall Roberson '97 Dr Garland F Pinholster Mrs. Sandra R. Stephens Mr Darrell E. Whitford '63 Ms Keny Reid Mrs. Karen S. Carter Mrs. Angle L Baldwin Roda '01 Mr and Mrs. Walter C. Baldwin Dr Theodore Rosen Mrs. Michelle Rosen Haney '90 Ms. Candace Salamone Mr. Bud Salamone Ms Catherine Sauer Mr Bud Salamone Mr and Mrs. Roland Sauer Mr Bud Salamone Z o < u X H a: ai > Z D M b! O I H ui O o 41 honor r oll of donors 2 Df Lawrence M. Schall Mr Albert H. Church, Jr '31 Mr Jesse S. Hall Mrs. Marjorie MacConnell 2 Mr Timothy Randall Roberson '97 Ms. Martha J. Church '67 Sledge Foundation Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss '59 5 < Mr Jeremiah Schuitz '96 Of Arthur Cohen Mr Claus M. Halle Mr Elbert H. Mollis '39 Ms. Regina Harris Mr Lewis B. DeRose '57 Mrs. J. Paul Austin Mr Elbert N. Mollis, Jr X H Mr and Mrs. Charies B. Bedford Donald Stanlon Mr John A. Conant Coca-Cola Enterprises Mrs. Emma Gates Nottingham '34 ^ Mr Timotiiy Randall Roberson '97 Mr Harry R. Frazer '89 Coca-Cola Thai Pure Drinks LTD Mrs. Claudine Gates Adams '36 H Dr Larry D. Large Mr Paul L. Dillingham Mrs. Pinky Gates Bondurant '37 0^ Ms. Paula Tecklenberg Dr Donald S. Stanton Mr Louis A. Gerland, Jr Or Gayle Rictimond The German Church of Atlanta Mr Glenn C Owens. Sr '39 z D Mr John A. Conant S Mrs. Miriam Harland Mrs. Olga C. de Goizueta Mr Stinson M. Adams, Jr '35 Ms. April L Thompson '05 Conant Ms, Cara Isdell Mr and Mrs. Harry Bassler UJ Mr and Mrs. Lewis Tlionnpson Mr Timothy Randall Roberson '97 Mrs. Pamela A. Isdell Dr James M. Johnson, Jr o: Mr S. K. Johnston, Jr Flowers Inc, Balloons O 1 X Dr Martha Vardeman Mrs. Kathy Shirley Cowart '56 Dr Larry D. Large H Dr J. Brien Key Mr Roy J. Cowart '65 Mr Charies S, Lord Mrs Betty Brumbelow O'Ouinn '53 J Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough '65 Lufthansa German Airlines Mr James E. Henderson '52 o Margaret. Wesley and Kindra Wallace Mr and Mrs. Alex Malaspina Ms. Casey K.Wallace '05 Mr Pop Crow Mr Charles H. McTier Mr Philip E Palmer Mrs. Ellen Woodson Shipley '62 Mr C. B. Harman Nicholson Mr Jon A. Axelberg '67 42 Dr KayAtchison Warfield Mrs. Claire Davis Smith Ms. Barbara Clark Hon. Henry Atchison '52 Mr Timothy Crowley '97 Mr William B. Turner Sr Ms. Sally H. Drymon Mr Daryl Brooks '97 Mr Robert Lewis Hataway, Sr Mrs. Lou Ella Jenkins '71 Mrs. Joanne R. Yendle Mrs. Kay Penn Martin '75 Dr J. Brien Key Ms. Carolyn Bowers Mrs Jane Caller Curkin '50 Mr Mark S. Lisicky '72 Mr Alvin J. Curkin '51 Mr R. Beverly Irwin Ms. Lori A. Nolan Gifts in IVIemory Mrs. Clara ln«in Traver '77 Mrs. Therese Guth O'Shields '82 Names in italics are the honorees. Mrs. Diane Leonard Davis '64 Mrs. Joan McCurry Jackson '50 Ms. Keiko Palmer Col. Kenneth P Davis '64 Mrs. Gloria Holbert Webster '50 Ms. Sally Palmer '05 Dr Donald C. Agnew Mrs. Adrina Richard Col. (Ret.) John E. Harms '58 Dr Harry Maxwell Dobson Mrs. Barbara Coffey Olsen '61 Ms. Helen Jacobs Ms. S. Kristine Sober Hanchar '94 Viking Forwarders, Inc. Mr Howard Axelberg Mr William H Reynolds '37 Mr Stephen J. Schmidt '40 • Mr H. Lynn Drury '63 Mrs. Kay Kilpatrick Crawford '63 Mr Garland Baxter Jennings Akron Summit County Public Library Board Mrs. Frances H Reynolds Mr Thomas A. Bartenfeld '24 Mr J. Cabot Gupton '63 of Tnjstees Mr and Mrs. Jim Rcyal Mr Barry Randolph Guriey '68 Mr Eric M. Scharff '63 Mr Albert Nathan Baer '63 Akron Summit County Public Library Staff Association Ms. Susan A. Royal '05 Professor Leo Bilancio Mrs. Sara Mac Smith Germane '63 Mr Peter W. Bowler Mr Stephen J Schmidt '40 Mr Joseph R. Menez '70 Dr Yvonne Bruton Pennington '63 Dr Roberta K. Deppe Atlanta Tipoff Club Ms. Vicki Jan Conway '72 Ms. Brenda Shonfield '63 Dr Elizabeth C Johnson Bacon 8. Company, Inc. Mr Thomas C. McCague '93 Mrs. Sandra Wolsey Thomas '64 Dr Larry D. Large Envision Credit Union Mrs, Anne Cheek Meyer '72 Richard Fleiscbman Architects Mr and Mrs. Barfield Mr Edward A. Rapp '81 Ms. Cornelia Dwyer The Ruhlin Company Mr John Jackie Bradford Dr Lanv D. Large Summit Construction Co, Inc. Mrs. Dan Cour'sey Mrs Pinky Gates Bondurant '37 Dr Linda J. Taylor Ms. Mary D. Crosby Capital City Women's Golf Association Mr Robert L.Ellis '50 Mrs. Martha Fowie Mrs. Mildred S. Grant Mrs. Caroline Drawdy Ellis '52 Mr Charles R. Jones, Jr Ms, Sarah Friend Mr and Mrs. Stinson M. Adams, III Mrs. Yvonne Scales Jones '71 Mr and Mrs. Fuller Mrs. Julia Ballard Dr John William Brad Mrs. Jesse S. Hall Ms. Ginny Campbell Dr Mimi Milner EIrod '66 Dr Raymond Keiser Mrs. Dill Harrison Mr Dennis Conger Mr and Mrs. William M. Farrell Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 Dr and Mrs. Donald G. Kilgore. Jr Mrs. Theresa Finnegan Mr Warren Y Jobe Mrs. Mary Ella Nunn Mr and Mrs. William M. Farrell Ms Mary Jane Stuart Kohler'90 Dr Larry D. Large Mr William Ray Robertson, Jr Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt '90 Mrs. Mary Louise Watkins MacNeil '51 Mrs, Rhett Pinson Sanders '43 Mr Wilson P Franklin '39 Mr Timothy Randall Roberson '97 MrandMrs.JackASkelton Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 Ms. Anna Ksionzyk Mr and Mrs. Shoptaw Mrs. Lessie B. Smithgall Dr Larry D. Large Ms. Linda Eva Blumenthal '04 Mr S. Zachry Young Mrs. Medora Fitten Wallace '40 Mr and Mrs. Steven Morris Mr and Mrs. Ben S. Armistead Dr Victona Weiss Mrs Cleo Large Mr Robert L. Boggus, Jr '49 Dr Wendell Brown Dr Chris Ames Mr andMrs. JackA. Crockford Mrs. Nancy Chamley Welty '67 Dr Herman J Gaertner Mr Warren Y Jobe Maj. James C. McClanahan '41 Mrs. Lillian Cable Williams '41 Dr Larry D. Large Mrs. Mary Frances McMillan Mr Salvatore Caprio Mrs. Barbara Beggs Litteil '68 Mr and Mrs. Harry H. Morgan Dr Donald S. Stanton Mr James £ Galleshaw Mrs. Belle Tumer Lynch '61 Mr James C. Piatt, Jr Dr Janice Ann Galleshaw '75 Mrs. Janet H Maddox Mrs. Jeanne Fuller Schmidt '42 Mrs. Beth Walker Carroll '64 MrBobTNance'63 Mr John P Stephens '95 Mr James E. Carroll '65 Ms. Lyndra Suzanne Givens '94 Mrs. Adrina Richard Mrs. Medora Fitten Wallace '40 Ms. Amy D. Zickus '94 Justice Hugh P. Thompson '66 Dr Victoria Weiss Mr Thomas W. Chandler Jr Mr Robert L. Manning '64 Mr Edward S. Grenwald Mr James W. "John" Mathis '42 Mr Patrick Dawson Stephens '27 Ms. Judith M. Becker Maj. James C. McGlanahan '41 Mr John R Stephens '95 Mrs, Sandra Stephens Mr. Patrick Douglas Stephens '59 The Estelle Anderson Crouch Endowed Restricted Endowments Mr and Mrs. Charies Edward Brodnax 2 Mrs. Sandra R. Stephens Scholarship Hansellt o The Katherine Shepard Crouch Endowed These endowments are restricted toward Ms. Karen Head '98 _ ] Mre. Sara Strickland Smith '55 Scholarship enhancing the academic atmosphere of Mr Donald R. Henry '83 & Mrs. Bart)ara 5 Mr. William Charles Smith '57 The Cammie Lee Stow Kendnck Crouch Oglethorpe University through establishing Bessmer Henry '85 < u Endowed Scholarship unique academic programs, providing Mr Thomas G. Hood '78t i^ Mr Jack E. Tebeau '63 The Karen S. Dillingham Memorial professorships and underwriting awards Mr Thomas P Hunter '43t X Or Mickey M. Metcalf '63 Endowed Scholarship for outstanding teaching and research. Ms. Rebecca Harbor Jones '62t The R. E. Dorough Endowed Scholarship Mr and Mrs. J. Smith Lanier Gifts in Kind The William A. Egerton Memonal Endowed Herman L. Daugherty Endowment Mr Wilfred J. LeBlanc '61 Scholarship Francis 1 Eeraerts Endowed Chair of Mr Louis T Lombardy '69 UJ Oglethorpe gratefully acknowledges these The Ernst and Young Endowed Scholarship Foreign Language Dr Jay Lutz > 2 D donors who made gifts of property or The Henry R. "Hank" Frieman Endowed David C, Garrett, Jr Endowed Teaching Mr Barry Lynch & Mrs. Belle Tumer service during the 2004-05 fiscal year Scholarship Award Lynch'61 t UJ The Chartes A. Fajeauff Endowed The Grenwald Faculty Endowment Ms. Gail Lynn •77t Alon's Bakery Scholarship Gisela Halle Endowment Mr and Mrs. Henry F McGillf O X The Atlanta Journal-Constitution The Lu Tbomasson Garrett Endowed Eugene W. Ivy Endowment Mr John Meacham '42 Austrian Motors. Ltd. Scholarship Vera A, Milner Endowed Professorship of Ms. Jeannette Bentley Moon '38 -J Mr. Dan Berman The Georgia Power Company Endowed Education Mr Jack Moss & Mrs. Sydney Mobley O Big Screen Media Scholarship National Endowment tor the Moss '59 Bigelow Advertising The Goizueta Endowed Scholarship Humanities/Core Curriculum Endowment Ms, Elizabeth Ward Pearce '66 Centennial Station, L.P. The Walter F Gordy Memorial Endowed Ozgorkey Entrepreneurship Fund Dr. Guerrant Perrow '40 43 Mr and Mrs. James V. Colantoni. II Scholarship Manning M. Pattillo Professorship Dr and Mrs. Thomas W. Phillips '63t Dekalb Council for the Arts The Bert L. & Emory B. Hammack Gariand Pinholster Fund for Academic and Mr William Plowden, Jr '67 Dunkin' Donuts Memorial Scholarship Athletic Excellence Mr Timothy Randall Roberson '97 EuroArt The Francis R. Hammack Scholarship Rich Foundation Endowment for Urban Mr and Mrs. Fred Robey '97 Remish Ministry of Culture The Leslie U. & Ola Ryle Hammack Leadership Mr and Mrs. Jeff Roesch '69 Friends of Goethe - German Cultural Memorial Scholarship Mack Rikard Endow Lecture Series Ms. Rhett Pinson Sanders '43 Center The Harold Hirsch Scholarship Fund Anne R. Siddons Endowment Mr and Mrs. Enc Schartf '631 German Ministry of Foreign Affairs The Ira Jarrell Endowed Scholarship Mr Stephen J. Schmidt ■40' S Mrs. Grand Hyatt Atlanta The Nancy H. Kerr Endowed Scholarship Nescit Cedere Heritage Society Jeanne Fuller Schmidt '42 t Heineken USA The Mary Jane Stuart Kohler Endowed Drs. William and Patricia Shropshire Intemational Freight Fon«arders Scholarship Created in 1995. the Nescit Cedere Heritage Ms. Anne Rivers Siddons '91 (Hon.) t Jersey Mike's Tfie Lowry Memorial Scholarship Society honors those individuals who have DrJosephA.Soldati'61 Dr Larry D. Large The Vera A. Milner Endowed Scholarship included the university in their estate plans. Ms, Susan M, Soper '69 LeFont Theaters, Inc The Virgil W. & Virginia C. Milton Endowed Donors who make financial or estate gifts Ms. Denney Wells Spencer '48 Lufthansa Scholarship of any size through a will, trust or other Dr and Mrs. Donald S. Stanton '99 (Hon.) Lufthansa Cargo The National Alumni Association Endowed planned gifts are gratefully recognized for Mr and Mrs. Morris Tubesing '95t Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch Scholarship their dedication to our mission. If you have Mr Daniel Uffner '51 Mr Bob T Nance The Dr Keiichi l^ishimura Endowed already named Oglethorpe as the Pitman Scholarship beneficiary of a planned gift, please let us (n) New members in 2004-05 Publix Super Mart<ets Charities The Oglethorpe Christian Endowed know as we would like to include you as a tCharter members Ranstad North America Scholarship Nescit Cedere member If you would like Dr Daniel L. Schadler The Oglethorpe Memorial Endowed more infomiation about how you can Ttie Spirit of Volunteerism Smith. Gambrell & Russell, LLP Scholarship become a member - in a manner that Smoak Designs The Manning M. Pattillo, Jr Endowed benefits you, your heirs and Oglethorpe - Volunteers serve in a variety of capacities Sokolow. Carreras, Lemoine. & Partners, Scholarship please call Bill Doen, Director of on campus, from the Board of Tmstees to LLP The E. Rivers & Una Rivers Endowed Development, in the Office of Alumni and alumni phonathons. Parent's Weekend Startjucks, Inc. Scholarship Development Relations at 404-364-8439. volunteers, and host committee volunteers Swiss-American Chamber of Commerce The Fred C. Robey Endowed Scholarship for our many out-of-town events. The Swissotel The J. Mack Robinson Endowed Anonymous (12) names in this section are testimony to the Trade Commission of Denmart( Scholarship Mr G. Douglass Alexander '68 dedication, hard work and commitment to Ultima Holdings. LLC The John R Salamone Memorial Ms. Susan Hamian Alou '84 excellence that the university maintains. Bernard Vanderiande & Associates, LLC Scholarship Dr Charies R. Arp & Mrs. Yetty Levenson We recognize all the people who gave The Steve & Jeanne Schmidt Endowed Arp '68 t generously of their time and talents to help Endowed Scholarsliips Scholarship Mr Ted D. Bayley '58 & Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Oglethorpe. It is because of these The Timothy R Tassopoulos Endowed Bayley '57 volunteers that the university is able to Scholarship endowments make up the Scholarship Ms. Judith M. Becker provide its outstanding educational experi- foundation of the financial aid program at The Dr Heyl G. & Ruth D. Tebo Endowed Mrs. Frances Norman Block '38 ence. We have tried to include everyone in Oglethorpe University. The foresight. Scholarship Mr Frederick Boswell '24 our lists, and we sincerely regret any inad- dedication and compassion of these The Charies L. & Jean Towers Scholarship Mr and Mrs. Franklin L. Burt<e '661 vertent omissions. donors make an immediate impact on the The J. M. Tull Scholarship Ms. Mary Williams Cazalas '54t lives of our students. The United Technologies Corporation Endowed Scholarship Mr and Mrs. Arthur W, Chandler Ms, Terry Tribbet Davis '82 2004-05 Board of Trustees The Ivan Allen Endowed Scholarship The Charies Longstreet Weltner Memorial Mr and Mrs. Joseph W. Dennis '69 Mr G. Douglass Alexander 'es The Marshall A. & Mary Bishop Asher Endowed Scholarship Mr and Mrs. Paul L. Dillinghamt Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 Endowed Scholarship The L. W. "Lefty" & Frances E, Willis Dr and Mrs. Harold Dostert Ms. A. Diane Baker '77, Ex-officio The Keith Baker Endowed Scholarship Endowed Scholarship Mr H. Lynn Drury '63 ' Mr Robert E. Bowden '66 The Bank of America Scholars Fund The Vivian R & Murray D. Wood Endowed Mr and Mrs. William A. Emersont Mr Kenneth S, Chestnut The Eari Blackwell Endowed Scholarship Scholarship Ms. Ruth G. Fox (n) Mr Milton C. Clipper The Spirit of '63 Endowed Scholarship Louise H, Woodbury Endowed Scholarship Mr Wilson P. Franklin •39t Mr Chartes G. DeNormandie. Ill '96 The Miriam H. & John A. Conant Endowed The David, Helen. & Marian Woodward Mr David C, Gan-ett, Jr '99 (Hon.) t Mr William A. Emerson Scholarship Endowed Scholarship Mr George E. Goodwin Mr Nomian R Findley III The Michael A. Corvasce Memorial Mr J. Cabot Gupton & Mrs. Bobbie Dexter Mr Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr '78 Endowed Scholarship Gupton '63 (n) il 1 honor rn 11 of don ors 2, Mr, J, Lewis Glenn 71 Dr J. Anthony Paredes '61 , OARS VP 2004-05 Parents Weekend Host Mrs, Sue McCue Johnson '86 g Dr. Joel Goldberg Mr David Pass '98, VP for Alumni Committee Ms, Carol A, Jones '94 Mr. William R. Goorlell Advancement Ms. Cathryn M. Judge '01 5 Mr Jack C, Guynn Ms, Anita Stevenson Patterson '97 Mr & Mrs. Robert Amodeo Mr Robert M. Kane '81 < Mr James J. Hagelow '69 Mr, Timothy Randall Roberson '97 Mr & Mrs, Joseph E. Anderson Mrs. Heather Francouer Karvis '03 w Mr Harald R. Hansen, Treasurer Mr David Ross '93, VP for Communications Mr & Mrs. Joe Bailey Mr. Sean M. Lapides '86 31; H Mr James V. Hartlage. Jr '65 Mr Eric M. Scharif '63 Ms. Sylvia Calloway Mr. Rhett H. Laurens '85 >- H Mr. William J, Hogan. Jr '72. Ex-officio Mr Joseph P Shelton '91 , President Elect Mr & Mrs. Scott Chapman Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell '68 Dr Kenneth K, Hutchinson '78 Ms, Jennifer Sisco '96, OARS Regional Ms, Linda Childs Mr William E, Lukow '95 Mr Warren Y. Jobe, Chair Representative Mr & Mrs, Robert Dariand Mrs. Margaret Woodward Mathewes '55 w Dr Charles B. Knapp Mr & Mrs. Render S. Davis Mr Scott McAdoo '75 > Z D Mr David L. Kolb Ex-Officio Members: Mr & Mrs, Charles L. Germany Mr Christopher J. McFadden '80 Dr Larry D. Large, Ex-officio Mr 8, Mrs, Richard L. Graner Mr Kevin Meaders '91 W MrRogerA,Littell'68 Ms. Ashley E. Zimmerman '01 , OAA Mr & Mrs. Anthony L. Griffin Mr Chad M. Mozley '01 0; Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 , Vice Oglethorpe Accounting Association Dr 8, Mrs. Babu Kantamneni Mrs. Sallie Kaltreider Namey '02 X Chair/Chair Elect Mr Chris Ballar '93, Stormy Petrel Bar Mr & Mrs. Wayne Kramer Mr Tom Namey '02 ' Mrs. Clare Findley Magbee '56 Association President Mr & Mrs, Eric Link, Sr Mr. Chuck Nicholas '82 -J Mr Stephen E, Malone '73 Ms. Catherine Lawler '05, Senior Class Mr & Mrs, Joseph R Pari<er, Jr, Ms. Ellen Heckler O'Herlihy '82 Mr E, R. Mitchell, Jr President Mr & Mrs, Keith Money Mr Lance Ozier '01 Mr Bob T Nance '63 Mr John W. Wuichet '90, Past President Mr & Mrs, Garry Mosley Mr Vince Pisani '00 Mr Rodenck D Odom Ms, Candace Roberts Ms, Kathleen Jefferies Proto 00 44 Mr John J. Scalley 2004-05 Oglethorpe University Mr & Mrs, Stephen Slade Mrs, Donna Cron Rasile '82 Ms. Laura Turner Seydel '86 Museum of Art Board of Directors Mr & Mrs. Robert L. Smith Mr Robert L, Rasile '82 Mr 0. K. Sheffield, Jr, '53 Mr & Mrs. David Ten-ell Mrs, Joan Kelley Reinheimer '84 Mr Arnold B, Sidman Ms. Susan Baker Mr&Mrs. RobertTulowitzky Mrs. Karen Jenkins Rice '81 Ms. Susan M, Soper '69, Secretary Ms. Maureen Blando Mr & Mrs. William Wise Mr. Glen Rose '65 Mr Timothy P Tassopoulos '81 Mr D. Peter Bowles Mr & Mrs, Tony Yeatman Ms. Scarlett Hawkins Ross '93 Ms. Trishanda Hinton Treadwell '96 Ms. Lynne Bush Mr Robert W. Chambers, Jr. 2004-05 Alumni Volunteers Ms,KileyA.Ryba'99 Mr Chris Rylands '01 Emeritus Trustees Ms. Carol A. Danford Dr. Bonnie S. Hayes Mr. J, Randall Akin '71 Ms,AhnaM.Sagrera'97 Mr Matthew A, Schuster '84 Mr Franklin L. Burke '68 Ms. Susan Hughes-lsley Mr Howard J, Barr '83 Ms, Cindy Sedran '75 Mr Elmo 1. Ellis Mr David Jones, Ph. D, Mr Ted Bayley '58 Mrs, Stacy McDonald Soloway '86 Mr George E. Goodwin Ms, Leslie Joseph Mr Ralph Beard '85 Mr W, Scott Soloway '87 Mr. Charles E. B. Hansel! Mr Joseph Kane Ms. Connie Bell '03 Mr Richard Sondervan '90 Mr Arthur Howell Mr Richard N. King Mr Carl H, Bergman '66 Mrs, Barbara Klein Stewart '64 Mr J. Smith Lanier, II Mr John C. Pernor Ms. Brooke Roberts Bourgeois '01 Ms, Tina Stults '00 Mr James P. McLain Mrs. TobyAnne Sidman Mr Scott C. Bourgeois '00 Mr Ray Thomas '65 Mr Stephen J. Schmidt '40* Mr Steven R. Smoak Dr Pamela Tremayne Mrs, Martha Laird Bowen '61 Dr Brian D, Buzzeo '88 Mrs. Donna Thomas Wharton '88 Mr Johnny C, White, Jr, '88 2004-05 Oglethorpe University Ms. Pamela L. Wedding Mrs. Tracey Johnson Buzzeo '88 Mrs, Angela Watson Williams '92 National Alumni Association Board of Mr. Benjamin L. Weinberg, Jr Mr Bill W. Carter '59 Mrs. Sharon Friedrich Williams '65 Directors Dr Jason M.Wirth Ms, Pamela M, Yarbrough Mr William L. Carter '75 Mr Kipp Chambers '00 Mr. William R Williams '90 Mrs. Kerensa Shoemake Wing '90 Dr. William C. Aitken '64, Oglethorpe Ms. KimberlyWatkins Daniel '02 Mr Kevin Woolf '00 Alumni Recruiting Services (OARS) 2004-05 President's Advisory Council Mr Brian Davis '94 Regional Representative Mr Tom Deacon '60 Did We Miss Your Name Ms. A- Diane Baker '77, President Mrs, Joselyn Butler Baker '91 Mrs. Laurie Lee Deally '86 The Honor Roll of Donors Is intended Mr Christian Y. Benton, Faculty Mr Rowland Cocks Mrs, Stephanie Everett Dyer '96 to list all gifts made to Ogletttorpe Representative Mr Roger Couch '61 Mrs, Mary Daily Ellis '55 University from July 1. 2004 through Dr Brooke N, Bourdelat-Parks '95 Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond Mrs, Lynette Ossinsky Fine '80 June 30, 2005. If we have made an Dr Michael A, Burke '83, VP for 80s Mr Paul L. Dillingham, Ex-officio Mrs. Mandy McDow Flemming '00 error or omission, we would appreciate Decade Mr. Harry S Feldman '75 Mrs, Amy Myers Flinn '00 you letting us know. Ms. Laura Fowler '84, VP for Reunion Mrs. Donna Findling '96 Mr Matt Flinn '98 Events Mr Marion B. Glover Dr Laurence E. Frank '86 Please contact Jill Barcroft, Mr John E. Harms '58, OARS VP Mr Kenneth P Gould '85 Mr Harry R. Frazer '89 Gift Processing and Stewardship Mr Antonio V Lentini '87, VP for 80s Mr William J. Hogan, Jr '72, Chair Mrs, Elizabeth Mathieu Frias '55 Coordinator, at 404-364-8330 or Decade Ms, Veronica M. Holmes '02 Ms. Melissa Drouin Funk '97 jbarcroft@oglethorpe. edu. Ms. Lu Green LeRoy '95, OARS Regional Mr Shane Hornbuckle '92 Ms. Nicole Garbanni '00 Representative Mr Robert M. Kane '81 Mr R. Corey Garner '05 Mrs. Mary Louise MacNeil '51 , VP for 50s Ms. Gail Lynn '77 Ms. Jodie Sexton Goff '01 Decade Mr Jin Matsumoto '74 Mr Jeremy Greenup '99 Mr Scott IVI. McKelvey '91 , VP for Alumni Mr William Thayer Mullally '03 Mr John Guthrie '62 Events Ms. S. Tammy Pearson '86 Mr, Samuel H. Pettway Dr. Thomas W.Phillips '63 Mr Brian C Sass '84 Mr Larry C, Shattles '67 Mr Horace E. Shuman '80 Mr Scott Sloan '76 Mr Raymond S. Willoch '80 Mrs. Charis Andrews Hanberry '88 Mr Richard A. Hans '87 Mr Kurt A. Hansen '89 Mr Ben T Hargrove, Jr '65 Mr Don Henry '83 Mr Stuart Herman '50 Mr J. Cleve Hill '01 Mr Brian C. Huskey '03 Ms. Lejia Islamovic '02 Mrs. Ava Hart Jarboe '54 iV in Documenting "Old Oglethorpe" By Joanne Yendle The source is a worn. leather-bound volume wich the words Minutes of die Board ot Trustees on its spine. The first pages record the proceedings of a "board of trustees for the contemplated college" appointed by the Hopewell Presbner)' and convened on October 21, 1835 at Milledgeville, Georgia. An entr}' for Friday, Oaober 23, is of particular interest: "On motion of Col. A. L. .Alexander - Resolved that the Institution at Midway shall be called by the name of Oglethorpe University." This simple statement in carefully measured script documents the beginnings of the universit)' 170 years ago. Successive entries in the minutes over the next 35 years record the board's decisions regarding governance, curriculum and rules of conduct for students. They chart the progress of the institution to June 1S70, by which time it was resolved to move the universit)- from Midway to Adanta. A second set oi minutes begun in March 1870 overlaps the first and reflects the actions of the board as it began to chart the course of the university in its new location. These two volumes anchor a small but significant archives collection related to "Old Oglethorpe. ' Other items include catalogues, copies of addresses and orations, correspondence and ephemera. A few are described here. Catalogues which span the years 1852 to I860 include the names of board members, officers, facult}', students and alumni as well as the admissions requirements, a description of the course of study, the college laws and the academic calendar. Some include a list of expenses, which in 1853 totaled S50 for tuition, room rent and repairs for three semesters; Si 2.50 per month for board; and S12 per annum for fuel and lights. A worn and extensively annotated 1849 edition of Graeca Majora bears the names of two Oglethorpe students, members of the classes of 1853 and 1854. Study of the classics, though more intense for freshmen and sophomores was a requirement for all four years. Orations by students, mandated by the Rules of the University, were an integral parr of the curriculum. With the founding of two rival debating clubs, Thalia and Phi Delta, in 1839, "declaiming" took on an even larger role in college life. Addresses were a central feature of the annual Fourth of July and Commencement celebrations that drew large audiences from nearby Milledgeville and the surrounding countryside. One of the earliest documents in the collection is a copy of an "Oration" by J. H. Fitten, a Phi Delta and member of the senior class, delivered before the newly organized Thalian and Phi Delta Societies on the Fourth of July, 1839. Another, a program of Commencement Exercises for November 13. 1850 provides a listing of the events which included no fewer than eight orations interspersed with musical interludes. Reflecting a popular custom, the pages of an autograph album displav pledges of friendship composed during 1856. They bear the signatures of seven of the ten members of the graduating class that year. These and the other items in the collection are preserved in the archives as part of the university's heritage. They provide a unique perspective on the long history of Oglethorpe and of higher education in the South. Additional Resource: Tankersley. Allen P. College Life at Old Oglethorpe. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, 1951. ^ - .1i wn- z o < u X \~_ >• H o Engraving of Oglethorpe's Central Hall in Milledgeville. Front cover. "An Oration Delivered on the Fourth of July, 1839, before the Thalian and Phi Delta Societies of Oglethorpe University, " by J. H. Fitten, Member of the Phi Delta Society and Senior Class of Oglethorpe University, Georgia. 9|l(l|irfi 8niir(t5ili BAI.2*. Invitation to the Oglethorpe University Ball, July 1858. £01111 BICEMIffT BALL, tote «^* if Hall 'JULij.S., fa., m <Vii>^ ljj.as f r iMi s.a.]i(r4M3. A r. vwn. W. A. LfTTU. J. p. fmf. J. A.auu. J. A. MoCiw. J. M- Wmttv, P K. Moairoao, BuTu K. amen, ft D Vrmx. O & t«*atn. (),u.Y* p^l.iiit, OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 4484 Peachtree Road NE Atlanta, Georgia 30319 www.oglethorpe.edu Address Service Requested Non-Profit Organization U.S. POSTAGE PAID Atlanta, GA 30319 PERMIT No. 523 Mark Your Calendar Oglethorpe will host U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser on Thursday, February 9, at 7:30 p.m. in the Conanf Performing Arts Center This year Kooser was appointed for a second term as Poet Laureate and won the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his bool< Delights and Shadows. Kooser's appearance, sponsored by the Core Program and the Office of the Provost, is his first In Atlanta since being named Poet Laureate. For more information visit wviiw.oglethorpe.edu or call 404-364-8447.