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CARILLON (VOL. 



PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Kendra Billings '10 
Erin L. Greer 
Stephanie Jefcoat 
Fredrik Oher 
Various contributors 
Special thanks to 
Anne A. Salter and Arcadia 
Publishing for photo use 

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS 

Dr. Stephen Herschler 
Dr. Kendra King 
Dr. Joseph Knippenberg 
Ms. Anita Stevenson 
Patterson, '97 
Dr. Lawrence Schall 

Carillon is published semian- 
nually for alumni and friends 
of Oglethorpe University. 
Oglethorpe, founded in 1835, 
is a private liberal arts college 
located on Peachtree Road in 
the heart of Atlanta. 

Oglethorpe University makes 
no distinction in its admission 
policies or procedures on 
grounds of age, race, gender, 
religious belief, color, sexual 
orientation, national origin 
or disability. 



SUBMISSIONS 

Unsolicited articles and photographs 
(5x7 or larger) are welcomed for 
possible inclusion in future editions. 
Please note that submitted materials 
will not be returned. Submission does 
not guarantee publication as editors 
retain editorial rights. 

WRITE TO US 

Have a comment about this or past 
issues? Have a story idea for a future 
issue of the Carillon? We would love 
to hear from you. Write to the editor 
at egreer@oglethorpe.edu or Carillon, 
Oglethorpe University, 4484 Peachtree 
Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30319. 

ALUMNI BOARD OF DIRECTORS 

Mr. Bobby Baker '79 

Ms. Joselyn Butler Baker '91 

Mr. Christopher A Ballar '93 

Mr. Chris Benton 

Mr. Harry Frazer '89 

Mr. Jeremy Greenup '99 

Mr. Tyler Nichols 

Dr. Karen Head '98 

Mrs. Ellen Heckler O'Herlihy '82 

Mr. Chuck Palefsky '75 

Mr. David R. Pass '98 

Ms. Anita Stevenson Patterson '97 

Ms. Jennifer Fairchild-Pierce '92 

Ms. Deesi Thurston Phillips '76 

Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 

Mr. David Ross '93 

Mr. EricM. Scharff'63 

Ms. Andrea Spencer Shelton '91 

Ms. Heather Staniszewski '02 

Mr. Ashish Thakur '99 

Mr. Matthew S. Thompson '93 

Mrs. Vivien Gray Trabue '65 

Mr. Jay Williams '99 




BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2008 - 2009 

Mr. Jack Guynn '05 (H), Chair 
Mr. Norman P. Findley, III, 
Vice Chair 

Mr. Harald R. Hansen, Treasurer 
Ms. Susan M. Soper '69, Secretary 

Mr. John Frederick Agel, Sr. '52 

Mr. G. Douglass Alexander '68 

Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 

Mr. Robert E. Bowden '66 

Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen '61 

Mr. Milton C. Clipper 

Mr. William A. Emerson 

Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrik, Jr. '78 

Mr. David C. Garrett, III 

Mr. J. Lewis Glenn '71 

Mr. James J. Hagelow '69 

Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. '65 

Mr. J. Cleve Hill '01 

Mr. Tad M. Hutcheson 

Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78 

Mr. Warren Y.Jobe 

Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 

Mr. Robert Andrew Milford '99 

Mr. Bob T. Nance '63 

Mr. Thomas P. O'Connor '67 

Mr. R. D. Odom, Jr. 

Mr. Cemal Ozgorkey '84 

Ms. Anita S. Patterson '97 

Ms. S. Tammy Pearson '86 

Mr. Robert E. Reiser Jr. 

Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel '86 

Mr. Joseph P. Shelton '91 

Dr. William O. Shropshire 

Mr. Arnold B. Sidman 

Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos '81 

Ms. Trishanda Treadwell '96 

Dr. Pamela L. Tremayne 

Ms. Patricia Upshaw-Monteith 

Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 

Mr. Terry White 

Mr. Ken S. Yarbrough 



TRUSTEE EMERITI 

Mr. Franklin L. Burke '66 
Mr. Kenneth S. Chestnut 
Dr. Joel Goldberg '00 (H) 
Mr. William R. GoodeU 
Mr. George E. Goodwin 
Mr. C. Edward Hansell 
Mr. Arthur Howell '72 (4) 
Mr. J. Smith Lanier, II 
Mr. James P. McLain 
Mr. John J. Scalley 
Mr. O. K. Sheffield, Jr. '53 



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THE WE OF THIS FALLS CARILLON, APTLY 
DELIVERED AT THE HEIGHT OF OUR NATIONS 
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION SEASON, IS "BEING 
HEARD/ 7 I TRUST THAT ALL OGLETHORPE ALUMS HAVE 
EXERCISED THEIR RESPONSIBILITY TO VOTE (HOW 
COULD ONE NOT, AFTER FOUR YEARS OF ABSORBING 
THE LIFE LESSONS OF THE CORE?), SO AT LEAST WE 
HAVE ALL BEEN HEARD ON THIS TOPIC. 



Voting every few years is certainly one example of raising one's voice, 
but at Oglethorpe, the voices of our faculty and students are heard 
every day. In the pages that follow, you will hear the varied voices 
of members of our Political Science faculty, Drs. Kendra King and 
Joseph Knippenberg. This semester, dozens of our students have be- 
come actively engaged in politics, local and national. They have been 
passionately involved in service projects at such places as Grant Park 
and with community partners including Drew Elementary School 
and the South Atlanta High School of Law and Social Justice. And 
on a very local front, Oglethorpe embarked this past spring on an 
institution-wide strategic planning process. 



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The goal of the planning committee, con- 
sisting of 25 representatives from faculty, 
staff, trustees, students and alumni, is to 
have a plan in place by summer 2009. At 
one of our early meetings, the question was 
asked: Why is Oglethorpe doing a strategic 
plan now? You might be surprised that 
even this question started quite a conversa- 
tion - people on the committee obviously 
want to be heard. I want to share my 
answer with you, our alumni. In return 
to that question, I cordially invite you to 
be heard on the subject, too. (Please send 
emails to lschall(«' oglethorpe.edu) I 
promise I will answer every note I receive. 

Oglethorpe has embarked on creating a 
strategic plan because we have a unique 
opportunity ahead of us. Some have said 
that liberal arts and science colleges can no 
longer compete with educational institu- 
tions which offer students a plethora of 
pre-professional opportunities. I know 
this is not true. Last year, over 4,000 high 
school seniors applied for admission to 
Oglethorpe.I also know that, on average, 
college graduates will hold a dozen jobs in 
their lifetime, many of which don't even 
exist today. The skills that will be in high 
demand in this new economy are critical 
thinking, effective communication and 
creative problem-solving. The education we 
provide has never been more relevant. 

I also believe that Oglethorpe can become 
a compelling choice each year for hundreds 
of top students across the county if we 
continue to discover effective and creative 
ways to connect our enduring mission (the 
liberal arts) to our place (Atlanta). We know 
that our location is the number one reason 
most students cite for choosing Oglethorpe. 
We know that cities are hot among college 
bound students in a way that urban sites 
have never been before. Specifically, we 
know Atlanta is the number one destination 
for young college-educated people. And we 
know that Atlanta offers thousands of op- 
portunities for engagement and learning. 

If we look at the kinds of things going on at 
Oglethore today, the power of linking our 
mission with our place can clearly be seen. 
The Core, after all, was founded on the ideal 
of citizenship and today, it continues to of- 
fer our students a foundation for becoming 
responsible citizens. 

Last spring, we offered a course on micro- 
finance that challenged students to think 
globally, and was funded and co-taught by 
local Atlanta social entrepreneurs. Five of 
our natural science professors are working 
on an interdisciplinary course to be taught 
this year addressing the issue of traffic in 
Atlanta (Yes, we have traffic in Atlanta). We 
have faculty teaching urban ecology; others 



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On average, college graduates will hold 
a dozen jobs in their lifetime, many of which 
don't even exist today. The skills that will 
be in high demand in this new economy are 
critical thinking, effective communication and 
creative problem-solving. 

we provide has never been 



teach in the urban leadership program. The 
English department has offered courses 
on the literature of the city and the coun- 
try. Our Education faculty helps prepare 
future teachers to be successful in diverse, 
urban districts. Our Political Science 
faculty makes great use of local politicians 
in their courses, and our Theatre students 
are increasingly connected to our own 
Georgia Shakespeare. Students make use of 
Olgethorpe Museum, as well as museums 
and galleries in Atlanta and other cities; 
our new mini-semester in New York is a 
dynamic example of liberal teaching at its 
best. Students interested in music were 
once again hosted this fall at the Atlanta 
Symphony. This morning, I met with two 
amazing students who were selected from 
a cast of hundreds for internships at the 
Carter Center. The Center for Civic Engage- 
ment provides support every day to faculty 
who already use the city as a laboratory; 
members of our biology faculty visit the 
Blue Heron Nature Preserve each semester 
to enhance the learning that goes on inside 
our gates. In Communications and Rhetoric 
Studies, Atlanta offers a dynamic resource 
to faculty and students, through internships 
with such places as CNN and Cox Commu- 
nications. About 25 percent of our students 
currently intern in the city. 

Why not all of them? 

Every successful institution has an iden- 
tity—a brand if you will. This brand is 
something relevant, readily identifiable 
and unique to the institution. It never 
defines everything the institution does, but 
provides coherence to its education that 
the market finds compelling. In my view 
for Oglethorpe, I return to what it is that 
we have and what we can promise that is 
unique. And I believe that is a combina- 
tion of our mission AND place, discover- 
ing new ways to integrate our curriculum, 
represented by the Core, with the learning 
opportunities presented by the community 
in which we live. That, I suggest, needs to 
lie at the heart of our plan going forward. 

What do you think? Be heard. 



NOTES FROM 
THE PROVOST 




by Dr. Stephen Herschler 



In effecting this transition, I find myself 
drawing upon my academic training. The 
most obvious parallel is some 20 years of 
studying organizations and administrative 
reform, including time spent in France, 
Senegal, and China. Equally relevant, how- 
ever, is my training in qualitative research 
methods. 

Qualitative research is ideographic, not 
nomothetic. In other words, it does not 
seek to establish whether the world ac- 
cords with pre-existing theories. Rather, it 
seeks to elicit how human beings' under- 
standings of themselves and the world 
around them shape their perceptions of 
and actions in the world. Such a research 
approach requires not just that one listens, 
it requires concerted efforts to ensure that 
people are actually 'being heard.' 

Alumni, as a group of vital importance 
to Oglethorpe, certainly need to be 
heard— now more than ever. This sum- 
mer, Oglethorpe University commenced a 
strategic planning initiative. The aim is to 
have in place by the end of this academic 
year a plan that will guide OU to a place 



of institutional strength and prominence 
in 10 years' time. Input from all facets of 
the OTT rommnnitv is vital to ensuring 



the OU community is vital to ensuring 
that this plan reflects its aspirations and 
thereby garners its support. 

That being said, alumni have a special role 
to play. Having completed an Oglethorpe 
education, you have the advantage of per- 
spective. Just as I have found my education 
to serve me well in the present, you know 
the contribution that your Oglethorpe 
education has made to your personal and 
professional development. You understand 
the long-term consequences of your educa- 



By the time you receive this, most of you 
should have received an email from the 
Strategic Planning Steering Committee 
requesting your responses to some survey 
questions. I heartily encourage you to take 
the time to answer these questions. I and 
other members of the Steering Commit- 
tee also welcome any additional input and 
suggestions you care to make. 

Let me assure you, you are being heard. 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



OU IN THE 
NEWS 



OGLETHORPE 
COMEBACK 
WINS TUNICA 
NATIONAL 



by Erin L. Greer 



The Stormy Petrels set a school record for a 
par 72 course in September, coming in seven under 
par 281 to win the 3rd Annual Rhodes College 
Fall Invitational at Tunica National near Memphis. 
The win came despite the Petrels being four strokes 
behind Huntingdon College in the first round. In 
the end, the Petrels won the match with a score 
of 579 to Huntingdon's 582. 



Oglethorpe totaled a record 5 players in the top nine spots. Oglethorpe "B" Craig 
Stevenson 70-72 = 142 and Oglethorpe "A" Olafur Loftsson 73-69 = 142 tied for 3rd 
and earned All Tournament honors. Senior Hap Kaufold "B" 72-73-145, Sophomore 
Matt Rebitch "A" 74-71=145, and Junior Scott Pugh "A" 75-70=145 all tied for 7th. 
Junior David Dilibero 73-73=146 finished 14th and Freshman Matt Bernstein 77-71 = 148 
finished 1 8th. Of the OU "A" and "B" teams, eight of the 1 players landed in the Top 20. 




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OGLETHORPE PRESIDENT, 

ALUMNI, TRUSTEES, 

STUDENTS GO GREEN 

AT ECOMANOR 



University President Dr. Lawrence M. Schall joined many members 
of the OU staff, alumni, students and Board of Trustees for a tour of 
EcoManor Sept. 23. The environmentally friendly home, owned by 
Rutherford and Laura Turner Seydel '84, served as an example to 
guests of the benefi ts of "living green." Among the amenities OU 
Honor students and members of the ECOS (Environmentally Conscious 
Oglethorpe Students) student organization observed: low VOC (volatile 
organic compound) paints, stains and sealants, all-natural fi ber fabric 
on furniture and rugs, natural cleansing products, recyclable housing 
tools, devices to channel rain water for home use, the home's 26 solar 
panels and much more. Information on EcoManor is available at 
www.ecomanor.com. 



OU IN THE 




Like the famous Long Corridor with more than 7,000 stories, Joe 
Sutton '09, an Oglethorpe University evening degree program 
student, has many tales of China to tell. This summer, Sutton 
served as an intern for NBC Universal during the television giant's 
coverage of the Beijing Olympics. 

Employed at Turner Broadcasting for five years now, Sutton was 
introduced to the NBC opportunity through his affiliation with th 
Emma Bowen Foundation. He applied, and a few months later 
was informed that he had received one of five fully-paid scholar- 
ships to join NBC overseas. 



The trip was laden with fascinating experiences for Sutton. His first 
time overseas, Sutton's adventure began when he arrived too late 
to catch his international flight. Rerouted, Sutton finally landed in 
China, only to be overcome by smog and detained by Chinese 
authority for taking photos inside of the "Bird's Nest." It was a 
frightening experience — much like the culinary delicacies which 
included cow stomach, scorpions, silk worms and sea horse. But 
overall, Sutton, the youngest student in the OU evening degree 
program, said China was a breath-taking country. 

"The technology is so far advanced compared to here in America. 
The cost of living is very affordable as well," Sutton said. "But 
what I really loved was the people. They were very attentive; they 
tried to be as helpful as possible. The college students there spoke 
very good English. They said it was mandatory they learn it if they 
want to have a good job." 



Among the other gems Sutton gathered while attending Olympic 
swimming, diving, tennis and track and field? "The motto [of the 
Olympics] was 'One World, One Dream,' and when you reflect 
on that, it really makes you wonder why is it that we can't all be- 
come one. Why is there so much hate and imbalance in the world 
when we have so many things that bond us together?" 

A communications major and political science minor from Atlanta, 
Sutton said his role for NBC — digital editing, the interview pro- 
cesses, camera work, scheduling infrastructure, Web site content 
quality control, streaming media encoding and distribution — will 
help him on his way to a continued career in media. But his 
personal experiences will help him better relate to his worldwide 
audience. "They have different beliefs and systems. If we want to 
have diplomatic talks and a world where communication is possible, 
we have to visit countries and learn about their cultures and be will- 
ing to accept people and their cultures as they are," he said. 




ALUMNI FALL SPORTS DAY Once again, 

students and alumni turned out in full force for Alumni Fall Sports Day 
Sept. 27. Volleyball began at 9 a.m., and the alumni game took place 
before the East/West Cross Conference Tournament. But despite the 
efforts of Athletic Director Jay Gardiner and Women's Soccer Coach 
Alan Woods, the home team fell to the Alumni team. 

A Kids Clinic was held at 1 :30 p.m. and was followed by the sixth annual 
John P. Salamone Alumni Soccer Tournament. Four teams, featuring 
more than 30 alumni players took the field with OU President 
Dr. Lawrence Schall and OU soccer coach Jon Akin. The Grey Team 
took home honors at the event, which was established in 2003 in me- 
moriam of John Salamone '86, who died in the terrorist attacks in New 
York on Sept. 11, 2001. 




ATHLETIC DIRECTOR 
JAY GARDINER 

FEATURED 

IN MAGAZINE 

Oglethorpe players have often heard 
Assistant Dean and Athletic Director 
Jay Gardiner's "Six Keys for Suc- 
cess," but, thanks to an article in 
Athletic Management magazine, 
coaches and athletes from around the 
country will now be able to benefit 
from Gardiner's experience. 

In his article, which ran in the 
October/November issue, Gardiner 
outlines how his six principles "have 
helped me treat people fairly and 
equitably by forcing an honest and 
straightforward approach to deal- 
ing with others." In fact, they have 
proven so effective that Gardiner 
says he has had the principles 
posted on the wall of every office 
he has ever occupied. 

So what are the principles? 
1 . Listen generously; 2. Speak 
straight; 3. Honor others' commit- 
ments; 4. Be for each other; 

5. Applaud achievement; and 

6. Criticize in private. 

While the principles may sound 
vague as a bare-bones list, Gardiner 
is always more than happy to flesh 
them out for those who are willing 
to listen, as he does in the Athletic 
Management article. If you didn't 
catch the issue, you can always 
catch the principles in action while 
cheering for the Petrels courtside. 



This past May; associate professor Robert 

Steen proved Oglethorpe's claims that a liberal arts educa- 
tion can take you anywhere you want to go. For Steen and 
10 study abroad students, "anywhere you want to go" just 
happened to be Japan. 

From May 10 to the 25, the group enjoyed a two-week study tour in language and 
culture based in Kanazawa, a former castle town and thriving modern city located 
on the west coast of Japan. Students actively engaged with the local culture through 
language classes, workshops, excursions and living with a host family. Many used 
bicycles to commute to school and get around the city. 

Integral to the learning experience were three hours of language instruction per day 
at Eurocentres Kanazawa, a highly respected language school. Afternoon programs 
provided an understanding of local history and culture through visits to historical 
sites, traditional gardens, a cooking class and a tea ceremony. A weekend trip to 
the Noto Peninsula featured a tour of a Shinto shrine and a visit to a hot spring bath 
overlooking the Japan Sea. 

OGLETHORPE PRESIDENT HONORED 

Oglethorpe President Dr. Lawrence M. Schall received an award from the Georgia Justice 
Project at the annual Grass Roots Justice Awards Oct. 1 5 for his leadership in advancing 
the cause of equal justice in the community. 

Before joining Oglethorpe, Schall, an attorney with Philadelphia Community Legal 
Services and later the Juvenile Law Center of Philadelphia, litigated on behalf of children 
in both dependency and delinquency courts. In his role as president of Oglethorpe, 
Schall's vision has been to integrate the liberal arts with service to community. Under his 
leadership, Oglethorpe opened the Center for Civic Engagement in 2006, connecting its 
students to the city of Atlanta and beyond. Oglethorpe was also named to the President's 
Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for two consecutive years, the only 
Georgia institution of higher education to receive this distinction. 

Founded in 1 986, Georgia Justice Project seeks to transform courtrooms, communities 
and people to provide justice, opportunity and hope to the poor of Atlanta while building 
community awareness and understanding. The Grass Roots Justice Awards honor individu- 
als whose personal objectives and accomplishments embody GJP's own. Dr. Schall was 
one of three recipients at this year's event. 





Oglethorpe made local, regional 

and national news this semester 

when the university unveiled signed 

transcripts from a famous speech 

delivered by Franklin D. Roosevelt 

in 1932. The speech, which was 

delivered at the Fox Theatre as a 

commencement address for Oglethorpe University, spoke to the economic hardships of 

the Great Depression, and, as writers for numerous news organizations including the 

Wall Street Journal noted, drew uncanny parallels with the nation's current economic 

struggles. Due to the overwhelming response, the papers continue to be on display 

at the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art, along with a statue and bust of Roosevelt, 

which are on loan from the Yatesville Public Library, until December 7. 






CARILLON I 7 



WHO'S 

NEW 

ATOU: 

Meet the New Professors 



by Erin L. Greer 

DEVON BELCHER 

Professor Devon Belcher says there are 
two reasons he teaches philosophy: one, 
because it's the only job you can have 
where you actually practice philosophy 
and two, because he enjoys turning people 
on to "cool little puzzles." 

"It's fun analyzing these mind puzzles," 
Belcher laughed. "Some say 'Oh that's 
weird!' and others say 'Hey, that's neat!'" 



A self-professed "technology geek," Belcher 
admits he is drawn to the philosophies of 
math and computation. Which, even he 
admits, cannot completely account for his 
love of online gaming, especially Battle- 
field 2142. 

Belcher, who teaches epistemology, Plato 
and Core, remembers having an interest in 
philosophy at a young age. He was initially 
taken with the subject when asked 'Where 
is the edge of space? And if there is an 
edge, what's beyond it? And would what's 
beyond it be space?' 



"Some people are just grabbed by certain 
questions," Belcher explains. 

While Belcher has lived throughout the 
United States and in various places in 
Europe, he comes to Oglethorpe from the 
University of Colorado, where he received 
his master's and doctorate. He received his 
undergraduate degree from Reed College. 

When he isn't confounding students with 
the "cool little puzzles," Belcher said he 
enjoys cooking, especially barbeque. In fact, 
he and fellow philosophy professor Simon 
Sparks are considering hosting an Iron 
Chef competition next semester on campus 
to demonstrate their culinary prowess. 




RONALD 
P. BOBROFF 

Politics professor Ronald 
P. Bobroff,aNew 
Hampshire native, has 
many passions- 
astronomy for one. Skiing 
is another. Once, he even 
skied on a glacier in Austria. 
But, even with his love of 
stars and the speed of the slopes, Bobroff 
admits he has another weakness: Russian 
history. He wrote his novel, Roads to Glory, 
on the topic, and is working on another 
book, Ties that bind: The Franco-Russian 
Alliance in State and Society, 1890-1920, 
presently. He said he looks forward to 
imparting a bit of his enthusiasm on his 
History 320 and 321 classes, both of 
which focus on Russia. 

"It's wonderful," Bobroff commented on 
being a professor of Russian history. "You 
are constantly working on and discussing 
things you are interested in." 

Bobroff holds degrees from Duke University, 
the University of Pennsylvania and the 
London School of Economics. He has also 
lived abroad, spending nearly a year in 
Russia to research his book. He comes to 
Oglethorpe after spending seven years as an 
assistant professor at Wake Forest University. 

Bobroff said he joined the Oglethorpe fam- 
ily because he was impressed by the level 
of student/teacher interaction the campus 
offered. "It allows for the sharing of knowl- 
edge," he said. 

In addition to Russia, astronomy and ski- 
ing, Bobroff loves to travel and said he and 
his wife strive to take at least one interna- 
tional trip every year. Bobroff is also pas- 
sionate about Schnauzers and is involved 
in Schnauzer Rescue of the Carolinas. 



LEAH R. ZINNER 

Originally from Columbia, MD, Psychology 
Professor Leah R. Zinner opted for southern 
sunshine over homeland snow and moved 
to Atlanta to attend Emory University 
where she studied social perceptions of 
interracial couples. Then— following a 
two-year stint with the Centers for Disease 
Control— Zinner thought she might take 
another chance on that snow. 

"I decided to attend graduate school, and 
headed north to the University of 
Wisconsin, Madison to continue the re- 
search I had begun as an undergraduate," 
recalls Zinner, who less-than-fondly 
remembers trudging through Wisconsin 
in -15 degree weather. "You would have 
icicles hanging from your eyelashes... the 
weather report would literally say 'exposed 
skin will get frostbite in 20 minutes.'" 

While in graduate school, Zinner's 
research spanned a variety of topics related 
to emotion, prejudice and intergroup 
relations. But while Zinner spent her 
scholastic years studying others, the 
pursuit also taught her something about 
herself: she loves to teach. 

"I'm thrilled to be at Oglethorpe," Zinner 
says. "The close-knit community here is 
very friendly and inviting, and I feel very 
lucky that I'm able to do what I enjoy 
most - teach undergraduates - in a city 
that I love. I will be teaching a variety 
of psychology courses, including Social 
Psychology, Organizational Psychology, 
Research Methods, Advanced Experimental 
Methods, as well as others in the future." 

In addition to her interests in psychology 
and teaching, Zinner is an a\id fan of 
ballet and ethnic food. 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 




VERONICA 

MENZES HOLMES '02 

Ask any student who has ever visited 
Professor Veronica Menzes Holmes' 
office, the British Guiana (now Guyana) 
native is definitely "a citizen of the world." 

From her rich, red walls to her photos 
of African tribesmen to her statue from 
Zimbabwe, Holmes' surroundings reflect 
her diverse travels and background. An 
Oglethorpe alumna, Holmes has traveled 
throughout the Americas, Europe, Africa 
and Australia. In fact, during her tenure at 
OU, Homes had three residencies— one in 
Atlanta, one in France and one in Australia. 

Holmes said the inspiration for her travels 
is the same as the inspiration for her 
scholastic endeavors— curiosity. Curiosity, 
she says, is what drove her to beg her 
mother to enroll her in kindergarten at the 
age of three. Since that time, Holmes has 
excelled in academia and received 
numerous fellowships, grants and honors 
as well as degrees from Oglethorpe and 
Georgia State Universities. She graduated 
with honors from Oglethorpe with a 
bachelor's degree in philosophy in 2002. 



In 2005, Holmes accepted a position as 
Adjunct Professor in Core, and this fall she 
began teaching the first three years of Core 
on a full-time basis. Additionally, Holmes 
served on the President s Advisory Council 
for five years before becoming a Trustee. 
In July of 2008, she became one of three 
Trustee Advisors. 

When she isn't serving as a Trustee 
Advisor or teaching future OU alumni, 
Holmes spends her time working with 
non-profit organizations which work to 
benefit low-income African American 
communities. Holmes is presently 
pursuing a master's degree in religion at 
Georgia State University. 



KAY RENSING 

Students studieren des Deutschen 
(studying German) have likely already 
seen Professor Kay Rensing around 
campus. In Atlanta for a year on a teaching 
exchange program, Rensing has taken 
to teaching German 101 and 201 like a 
fische to water, bringing his brother to 
class to play linguistic guinea pig— "he 
pretends that he can only speak German, 
so the students have to talk with him in 
German"— and reestablishing German 
Movie Nights which run in Earl Dolive 
Hall throughout the Fall. 

A graduate of the University of Dortmund's 
Teacher Education Program, Rensing 
hopes his teaching opportunity at 
Oglethorpe will do more than instill in his 
students the differences between der, das 
and die. "My focus is on cultural learning 
as well as language. You learn culture 
through language and language through 
culture," he says. 

The appeal to teaching, Rensing says, is 
the interest in individual development. 
"I am a teacher because I love seeing my 
students develop," he says. " There is also 
a good deal of idealism in it: Through my 
work as a teacher I can do my part in 
making the world a better place by devel- 
oping critical thinkers." 

On the whole, Rensing says he is enjoying 
his time at Oglethorpe, getting to know the 
"friendly" students and staff, but he admits 
Atlanta's transportation leaves something 
to be desired. 

"When I got here I expected to be able 
to buy a bike and ride to the University," 
he says. "But if I had done that, I think it 
would have killed me. .This city is not very 
pedestrian friendly." 

Rensing returns to Germany next year, 
where he said he hopes to accept a position 
in upper secondary education. 



Xinsong (Pine) Wang, Oglethorpe visiting 
Assistant Professor of Politics, can tell you 
a thing or two about perspective. In Tibet, 
Wang climbed an 18,000-foot snow-cov- 
ered mountain. He has also experienced 
the sunset over La Jolla beach in San 
Diego, California. Though vastly different 
views from vastly different altitudes, Wang 
witnessed the beauty in both landscapes. 
The beauty of perspective is part of why he 
loves to travel, and part of why he loves to 
study American democracy as it relates to 
his native country of China. 

Wang's research specialties include institu- 
tion-building and governance in authori- 
tarian states and grassroots democratic 
movements in China. His passion for his 
homeland led Wang to Atlanta's Carter 
Center where he worked with the China 
Program from 2002 to 2006 to "develop 
pilot projects on local people's congress 
elections and empowering local people's 
deputies in China." 

Wang served as a member of the Carter 
Center's delegations to monitor the village, 
township, and county elections in China, 
and also participated in a Duke Univer- 
sity China Elections Study Group, which 
initiated and implemented pilot projects 
to standardize direct elections of urban 
residential committees. 

At Oglethorpe, Wang said he wants to 
continue working to foster positive rela- 
tionships. "I really enjoy the friendly and 
intimate environment at Oglethorpe Uni- 
versity, and it makes me feel that teaching 
is not solely a job. It is a responsibility to 
this family-like community," he said. 

Wang received his Ph.D. and M.A. in 
political science from Georgia State 
University and his B.A. in English and 
Diplomacy from Foreign Affairs College in 
China. He teaches Comparative Politics, 
Asian Politics and will teach Politics of the 
Developing World and Chinese Politics 
next spring. When he isn't teaching, Wang 
enjoys playing Eric Clapton's "Tears In 
Heaven" on his guitar and cooking tradi- 
tional Chinese dishes including spicy tofu. 



7 



Oglethorpe University 
claims a long-standing 

dition of political and 

ial involvement. 

This tradition, reflected 

in the life of university 

namesake James Edward 

Oglethorpe, continues 



REFLECT! 
PAST AND 
THE FUTU 



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to evolve as students, 
faculty and alumni take 
their place in history. 

JAMES EDWARD 

OGLETHORPE by Erin L Greer 
Born in 1696 in Surrey, England, James Edward 
Oglethorpe learned the importance of political 
involvement at a young age. Through his militan 
career, which began in adolescence, he fell under 
the sendee of some of England's most prominent 
citizens, and, in 1722 at the age of 26, Ogletho- 


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rpe's influence and connections won him a seat ii 
Parliament where he would serve for 32 years. 

Oglethorpe's years in politics were dedicated to 
philanthropy and service. A noted defender of co 
lonial rights and opponent of slavery, Oglethorpe 
used his position and influence to promote the 
ideas of equality. In England he, along with other 
famous military men on the Prison Discipline 
Committee, witnessed first-hand the atrocities oJ 
both the Fleet and Marshalsea Debtors Prisons. 
(Oglethorpe himself had a close friend who had 
died of smallpox in such a prison.) Fueled by his 
distaste for this injustice, Oglethorpe fought for 


THE 
IS ON 


prison reform and joined with the likes of Lord 
Percival and a group of 21 others in creating 
a charter for the new debtor's colony named 
Georgia (in honor of King George II). Oglethorpt 
used his connections to move the Charter for the 
colony of Georgia quickly to the king, who signed 
it on June 9, 1732. 


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Oglethorpe went on to serve as the first executive 
officer of the new colony. Living by the motto of 
Georgia's Trustees, "Not for self, but for others," 
Oglethorpe worked tirelessly on behalf of the less 
fortunate and, flouting trustee bans, permitted 
Lutheran Salzburgers, and other persecuted re- 
ligious minorities to settle in Georgia. Addition- 




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all}', Oglethorpe promoted race relations which 
^^^yJ^adofhis time, showing great respect for 
: Native Americans and being vocal of his op- 




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^Kdth the new colony came new hardships. 






^Mmng his sendee, he saw many economic and 
military trials, one of which being the famous 






Battle of Blood}- Marsh. Oglethorpe continued 
to serve on the Board of Trustees of Georgia, 
but, as the trustees gradually relaxed restrictions 
on alcohol and slavery, Oglethorpe's ties with 
the board became strained. By 1750 Georgia's 
founder was no longer involved with the board. 

Oglethorpe was called back to England in dis- 
favor, despite his many humanitarian efforts in 
Georgia. Eventually, he began a long retirement. 
Before his death the General enthusiastically 
greeted John Adams, ambassador to England 
from the newly formed United States. He had 
lived to see his infant colon}- become a free and 
independent state. 

At the age of SS the General died at Cranham 
Hall on June 30. 17S5. 



TIMELINE 





1910 



The charter establishing 
Oglethorpe University 

is issued, one day before 
the 139th anniversary of 
the birth of James Edward 
Oglethorpe. The university 
was originally established 
in Midway, Ga. 



1836 



January 
1857 



Famous scientists 
Joseph LeConte 
and James 
Woodrow (uncle 
of President 
Woodrow Wilson) 
held professorships 
at the university. 



Civil War hardships 
force the closure 
of the university. 
Oglethorpe will go 
on to reopen briefly 
in 1866, but it closes 
again in 1869. 

1870 



Post-war financial 
problems plague 
the University. 
Oglethorpe is closed 
again at the request 
of the Synod, but 
Presbyterian activism 
in the Reconstruc- 
tion period remained 
strong, and the goal 
of establishing and 
maintaining an 
institution of higher 
education continued. 



1909 



The cornerstone 
is laid on the new 
Atlanta campus. A 
letter from Presi- 
dent Woodrow 
Wilson, nephew of 
former OU professor 
James Woodrow, is 
read at ceremony. In 
his letter, President 
Wilson expressed "a 
deep interest in the 
revival of a university 
which deserves to 
be cherished by all 
who are interested in 
higher education." 
Oglethorpe University 
opens again in 1916 
with 45 students. 



1927 



1850s 



December 
1835 



May 30, 
1862 



1872 



Joseph M. Brown, class of 
1872, becomes governor of Georgia 
He serves through 1913. 



January 15, 
1915 



Carlyle Pollock 
Beman, New York 
native, becomes the 
first president of OU. 
The 21 founders of 
the university were 
Presbyterian, and 
Presbyterians of the 
time had consider- 
able political clout. 
Church leaders at 
this time feared the 
evils of city life might 
affect the university's 
students, as Midway 
was located only a 
short distance from 
Georgia's capital city 
of Milledgeville. 



Sidney Lanier, 

famous poet, 
musician and 
critic, enrolls 
at Oglethorpe 
University. 
While a student, 
he formed 
close ties with 
scientist James 
Woodrow. 




Trustees purchase the 
John Neal house on 
Washington 
Street in downtown 
Atlanta and the uni- 
versity relocates, 
but despite the 
promise of the new 
location, OU does 
not prosper. 



Thornwell Jacobs 

organizes a series of 
"Pan Presbyterian" 
gatherings in 
Atlanta to cel- 
ebrate the 50th 
anniversary of the 
Southern Presby- 
terian Church. But 
the meetings also 
have a secondary 
purpose— to stir up 
interest in plans to 
reestablish Ogletho- 
rpe University. By 
1912, Jacobs has 
garnered the inter- 
est of the first 100 
contributors to the 
Oglethorpe project, 
and the group held 
their first meet- 
ing Sept. 17, 1912. 
Jacobs would be 
appointed president 
ofOUinl915. 



Newspaper giant 
and Democratic New 
York Congressman 
William Randolph 
Hearst is awarded 
an honorary doctor 
of laws degree from 
the university. A 
political powerhouse, 
the influence of 
Hearst's newspaper 
syndicate was one of 
the leading causes 
of the United States' 
entry into the Span- 
ish American War 
in 1898. Hearst's life 
served as one of the 
driving inspirations 
for Orson Welles' 
classic, Citizen Kane. 
Phoebe Hearst Hall 
on Oglethorpe's cam- 
pus is named for the 
mother of William 
Randolph Hearst. 




May 23, 
1932 



Thomas Kimmwood 
Peters is hired as an 
archivist for Jacobs' 
revolutionary time 
capsule, the Crypt of 
Civilization and will be 
opened in 8113. For 
the project, Peters 
microfilmed 960,000 
pages of reading material. 
The Crypt was sealed 
on May 28, 1940. 



Charles Longstreet Weltner 

graduates from Oglethorpe. A 
staunch Civil Rights advocate, 
Weltner, a Democrat, served in 
Congress from 1963-1967- In 1964, 
Newsweek declared him a "prototype 
of the articulate young congressman 
—the 'new breed' on whom so many 
Southern moderates stake their 
hopes for the future." A year earlier, 
Weltner had become the lirst southern 
politician to condemn his colleagues 
for standing mute after the bombing 
of a Birmingham, Alabama, church 
that killed four young African 
American girls. Following his terms 
in Congress, Weltner served as a judge 
in the Supreme Court of Georgia. 
Weltner received the Kennedy Library 
Profiles in Courage Award in 1991. 




Dr. James 
Whitney Bunting 

takes office of mayor 
of North Atlanta and 
resigns as president 
of Oglethorpe. 



Georgia Governor 
Jimmy Carter hands 
an official proclama- 
tion to OU President 
Paul Kenneth Vonk 
which declares Febru- 
ary Independent 
Higher Education 
Month in Georgia. 



1943 



February 12, 
1954 



1956 



April 29, 
1977 



April 29, 
1977 



Governor of New 
York and future 
president, Franklin 
D. Roosevelt, was 

awarded an honorary 
doctor of laws degree 
and delivered the com- 
mencement 
address for Oglethorpe 
University. His 
commencement ad- 
dress, which was given 
at the Fox Theater in 
Atlanta, reflected the 
New Deal principles 
that he would later 
deliver to the nation 
as the president of the 
United States. Georgia 
Governor Richard 
B Russell Jr. and 
Barron Collier 
attended the ceremony 



1935 



Thornwell Jacobs' 

tenure ends. In his 
near 30 years as pres- 
ident, Jacobs oversaw 
numerous projects 
and conferred 
degrees on figures 
including Woodrow 
Wilson, Franklin D. 
Roosevelt and Amelia 
Earhart. 



The faculty of the 
university passes a 
resolution to celebrate 
Oglethorpe Day, 

the day the colony 
was founded in 1733 
by James Edward 
Oglethorpe. 



1955 



1972 



Griffin Bell, 77th 
Attorney General of the 
U.S. under President 
Jimmy Carter, is 
keynote speaker at Law 
Dav and Convocation. 



1948 




Legendary basketball 
coach Garland 
Pinholster begins his 10 
year reign at Oglethorpe. 
During his coaching years, 
Pinholster was an advocate 
of Civil Rights and often 
elected to play African 
American teams. 
Following his years as 
coach, Pinholster went 
on to serve as a Republican 
in the Georgia House of 
Representatives and also 
served as Dean of Admin- 
istration and a Trustee at 
Oglethorpe. Pinholster was 
inducted into the Georgia 
Sports Hall of Fame in 
1980 and received an 
honorary doctorate from 
the university in 2004. 



Anne Cox Chambers 

daughter of newspaper- 
man and Democrat 
James M. Cox is picked 
as President Jimmy 
Carter's Ambassador 
to Belgium. Chambers 
received an honorary 
degreee from OU in 1983 



J.B. Fuqua, CEO of Fuqua Indus- 
tries and Chairman of the Democrat- 
ic Party of Georgia, gives the address 
at commencement exercises. Fuqua 
was a self-made businessman, and, as 
Democratic Chair, ran Carl Sanders' 
successful campaign lor governor 
in 1962 and was instrumental in 
Jimmy Carter's early political career. 
In his later years, Fuqua became well 
known as a philanthropist, having 
donated more than $100 million to 
various charities. 



His Holiness, the 
Dalai Lama, visits 

the Oglethorpe 
University Museum 
of Art for "The 
Mystical Arts of 
Tibet" exhibition, 
which featured the 
Dalai Lama's personal 
sacred objects. 




August 12, 
1983 



Georgia Governor 
Joe Frank Harris 

gives the address 
at commencement 
exercises. 

Georgia Governor, 
and honorary degree 
recipient, Zell Miller 
delivered the com- 
mencement address. 



Former New York City 
mayor and Republican 
presidential candidate 
Rudy Giuliani holds a 
"town hall" meeting at 
Oglethorpe University. 



Septemeber 
2006 




Oct. 17, 
2008 



May 18, 
1986 



1989 



1998 



Thrasyvoulo 
Stamatopoulos, 

Consul of Greece, is 
an honored guest at 
an OU Luncheon. 



May 12, 
1998 



Billy Payne, 

Olympics organizer, 
and honorary degree 
receipient delivers 
the OU commence- 
ment address. 

Dr. Robert Parker, 

astronaut who flew the 

STS-9/spacelab-l mission 

in 1983, addresses the 

Oglethorpe Commu- 
nity Leaders Luncheon 

in April. Also in 1988, 

Andrew W. Thomson, 

Secretary and organizer 

of British Prime Minister 

Margaret Thatcher's 

constituency, spoke at the 

Oglethorpe Community 

Leaders Luncheon in 

November. 



April 11, 
2006 

State Rep. John 
Lev/is speaks in 
Lupton Auditorium 
on the Civil Rights 
Movement. 



May 16, 
2007 



A portion of Peachtree 
Road is dedicated to OU 
alumnus and Trustee 
Steven J. Schmidt, 
'40, World War II pilot 
and inductee in both the 
C Jglethorpe and Georgia 
Sports Halls of Fame. 
Schmidt received an 
honorary doctorate 
of laws in 1986. Ge- 
origa Governor Sonny 
Purdue delivered the 
dedication. 



U.S. Sen. Saxby 
Chambliss. R-Ga., 

holds a Town Hall meet- 
ing on Oglethorpe's 
campus where he 
discusses the nation's 
current financial 
crisis and his plans 
for encouraging 
the development of 
alternative fuels. 





feJM 




STUDENT VIEWS 
ON VOTING AND 
THE CURRENT 
POLITICAL CLIMATI 




Alesha Tentinger '09: 

Some of the most important issues to me 
are our economy— especially right now— and 
the war in Iraq. Those are the two biggest 
factors I am looking at right now. 



Ember Melcher '08: 

I think it's really important for students in particular to vote because 
you are on a campus that is full of well-informed peers and professors 
that can help you learn about the issues that are important to you, 
and it's a good time to start building a habit of performing your 
civic duty as a citizen of the United States. We all know that college 
is a habit-forming time. 



Stephanie Jef coat ' 1 0: 

I think this year's election is pretty important because we have had the same President for a while, so 
I think the country is ready for some change. I think it's important for students to get involved because 
we are the up-and-coming group that are going to be leaders in the community, ancl we need to be 
educated about who is going to be running our community. And I always say, rou don't have a right to 
complain unless you vote.' So if you don't tike something about the government then you need to vote, 
and you need to research, and you need to get yourself educated. 





Marian James '09: 

I think it's very important for young people to be voting because this generation 
hasn't been active. At this point, with the race so close in so many states, 
particularly Georgia, even national campaigns are telling us that whether a candidate 
wins or loses is up to the college students. It's really disappointing to hear people my 



age say 'I am not going to vote. It doesn't matter.' Well, it does matter. We are 
the Florida of this election. 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 





By Dr. Kendra King, Politics Professor 

Today more than ever there is a 
generation of young people who refuse to 
be silent about the economic, political, 
and socio-cultural issues that are 
impacting both the nation and the world. 

Why are they demanding that they 
be heard? 

I believe it is a combination of things. 

First, it is prophetic. Forty years after 
Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.'s "I've Been to the 
Mountaintop" speech, young people 
today have caught hold of his universal 
message that "we, as a people, will get 
to the Promised Land." 

In this regard, this is another reason 
young people today are willing to 
register, vote, run for and even hold 
elective office because they understand 
that they have voice, opinions and 
power to impact change on the local, 
state, national and international level. 

Finally, young people are being heard 
(making their voice known) because for 
the first time in the history of America 
the possibilities of both symbolic and 
substantive change are real. No longer are 
people holding on to "dreams" of the first 
woman or African American being elected 
into the highest office in the land. Today, 
young people recognize that very soon 
someone from one of these subsets will 
be the leader of the free world. As such, 
young people are being heard because, as 
Hip Hop group De La Soul said, "Stakes 
is High!" 




Let me begin by confessing that I'm a 
crank and a contrarian. I comfort myself 
by saying that it's one of the gifts I bring 
to my teaching: I'm here to make students 
think. 

When I teach Aristotle's Politics in Human 
Nature and Social Order, I take some 
pleasure in calling students' attention to 
the fact that, for Aristotle, democracy is 
a "bad regime." It's the selfish rule of the 
poor, who typically happen to be many, 
just as oligarchy is the selfish rule of the 
rich, who typically happen to be few. 
Choosing between the two would seem 
simply to depend upon which side you're 
on; neither has a real claim to moral 
superiority, to the allegiance of thoughtful 
and decent men and women who care 
about the common good. 

Of course, I don't leave it there. Aristotle 
doesn't either. 

He offers a qualified argument on behalf 
of democracy, suggesting that, in their 
collective capacity, "the many" (in Greek, 
the demos), can render judgments that 
are comparable in quality to those offered 
by the proverbial few good men. But, as 
anyone who has organized a covered dish 
supper knows, it's not just any group effort 
that's comparable to a meal prepared by an 
excellent chef. If I have to choose between 
a dinner catered by Paula Dean and eating 
at a fraternity house, I know where I'm 
going. (Give me heart disease rather than 
food poisoning any day.) 

Aristotle suggests that collective judgments 
have to be organized, with each of us 
knowing how best we can contribute to the 
common deliberations. We have to know 
what we know and what we don't know, 
speaking about the former and shutting up 
about the latter. 

But it isn't quite that simple. If we literally 
don't know, how can we be sure that those 
who say they know really do? Can't we be 
the victims of clever and eloquent huck- 
sters? How can we be sure that those who 



claim expertise actually have it, or that those 
who have it use it for the good of the 
community, rather than for their own 
good? 

Following this train of thought, Aristotle 
offers us a distinction between "master 
craftsmen" and those "educated in a sub- 
ject," between doctors and those educated 
in medicine. The latter aren't experts, 
but they can understand and evaluate the 
arguments of those who are. 

I call them "liberally educated," having 
received the education befitting a free 
human being, one capable of governing 
himself or herself and participating in 
self-government. If you don't have this 
sort of education, you are easy prey both to 
self-professed experts (who aren't) and to 
smart people who really don't care about 
your good or the good of the country. 

As my students are aware that they're all 
getting a liberal education of this sort, they 
find this somewhat comforting. 

Then I remind them that the number of 
students enrolled in liberal arts colleges in 
a given year would basically be enough to 
fill a large football stadium— say, the one 
at the University of Michigan that seats 
around 100,000. Of course this isn't the 
whole story— psst, you don't have to go to a 
liberal arts college to get a liberal educa- 
tion—but it ought to be sobering. 

Our Founders believed that republican 
self-government required a liberally edu- 
cated citizenry. When we look around, how 
much evidence of this kind of education do 
we see in our political leaders, let alone in 
our fellow citizens? 

Are too few people voting or too many? 

As I said, I'm a crank and a contrarian. 

"Those who want to follow my argument should 
pull their tattered copies of Aristotle's Politics off 
their shelves and consult Bk. Ill, ch. 11. Those 
who would HI, i hi disagree might begin by tak- 
ing a look at Hobbes's Leviathan, chs. 8 (sec. 11), 
15 (sec. 21), and 46 (sec. 11). 




[jFN I 



by Erin L. Greer 



RAMIKA RENEE GOURDINE '11 

Sophomore Ramika Renee Gourdine considers herself an advocate for the power of 
the written word. As the Opinions Editor for The Stormy Petrel Gourdine revels in 
translating her ideas and designs to paper, knowing that, by expressing her opinions in 
visually appealing ways, she is encouraging discourse and influencing the marketplace 
of ideas. 

"I like that it's an outlet where other people can hear what I have to say," Gourdine ad- 
mits. "I am also very interested in design because the way that something looks is very 
influential on whether or not someone reads it and the meanings they get from it." 

Gourdine's interest in journalism began with her involvement in Print Journalism 
Magnet Program at Grady High School in Atlanta. Her activities and grades at Grady 
caught the attention of the Oglethorpe administration, which later awarded her the 
prestigious JEO Scholarship. Since then, Gourdine has been honing her OpEd chops- 
she won an award for Best Story for the Opinions section last year— and making her 
mark as an active student on campus. 

In addition to her position at The Stormy Petrel, Gourdine serves as Awards Chair, 
Efficiency Chair and Triangle Chair for the ZIZ sorority, sings second soprano with 
the University Singers and also works as a tutor in the Writing Center. Off-campus, 
she coaches the Grady High School debate team and sings with Capital City Opera. 
Gourdine said the size and structure of Oglethorpe has allowed her to pursue her 
passion for expression— an invaluable opportunity that she might not have had at 
another university. 

"At Oglethorpe, everyone knows everyone or everyone has at least seen everyone" 
Gourdine explains, "so when you have something to say, it's easy to connect a face with 
a message." 

Gourdine said she plans to continue voicing her opinion in her post graduate years— 
not as a journalist, but as a Human Rights Lawyer. 

"Law has always been a goal for me," she says. "I argue. That's what I do." 



SARAH KENDALL GAULT '10 

For Pre-Med junior Sarah Kendall Gault, a life's purpose is all about service— which explains why, 
when she visited the campus for the first time and witnessed the See Saw for Cancer campaign, 
Gault knew she had found her collegiate home. 

Excited about the service opportunities at Oglethorpe, Gault left her hometown of Carrollton, KY, 
for Atlanta, and landed amid the loving arms OU's service fraternity AOQ. A member since fall of 
2006, Gault, who previously held the position of VP of Service, is now President of the chapter. 

During her years of involvement, Gault and her fellow AOQ members have performed service projects 
with the Atlanta Community Food Bank and St. Vincent de Paul, as well as hosting the annual Trick 
Or Treat in Traer. Last spring, Gault was the Team Captain for the AOQ Relay for Life team. 

"Being able to be so active in this organization is likely my favorite aspect of my experience here at 
Oglethorpe," Gault said. "It's a very rewarding activity. You can do a lot of things that make you feel 1 
good about yourself, but doing something that helps other people takes that to a whole new level." MR 

In addition to her activism with the service fraternity, Gault is a member of the Pre-Med fraternity, 
Q>AE. Among her activities with <ME she sorts medical supplies for donation to developing countries. 

Gault said she enjoys the work, especially as it combines her two loves— service and medicine. Her 
aspirations are to become a medical examiner, and she recently served as Program Chair Assistant 
and Audio Visual Coordinator for the 2008 National Association of Medical Examiners' Annual 
Meeting. 

When she is not involved in fraternity activities, Gault works in the office of the Chief Medical 
Examiner in Louisville, KY. She said she is currently working to establish such a position with the 
Fulton County Medical Examiners' Office. 




OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 




OLAFUR BJORN LOFTSSON '11 

The originator of the old adage "actions speak louder than words" may well have been com- 
menting on Olafur Bjorn Loftsson's performance in the Greensboro College Fall Tourna- 
ment. Whereas others might have given up if their golf bag rolled into the water on the 13th 
hole and they had to single-handedly go and retrieve it, Loftsson— soaking wet and with 
drenched equipment— continued to play, shooting a bogie, a birdie and four pars to finish 
the match with a 74. 

Listed as a sophomore, Loftsson came to Oglethorpe as an exchange student from his native 
country of Iceland, where he began golfing at age 13. The sport has been good to Loftsson, 
whose +2 handicap has already landed him slots on several international tours. 

Loftsson comes by his love of the game honestly. Both of his parents are golfers— his father, 
Loftur Olafsson, was once the Icelandic Champion— and golf is one of the most popular 
sports in his country. But Loftsson said his fondness for the game stems from more than just 
familial influence. To Loftsson, golf is about representing his country. 

"It's often a lot of pressure," Loftsson says of playing before an international audience. "We 
have a really small country so the pressure is pretty high. But the reward of representing 
your country feels pretty good." 

In addition to serving as a form of athletic ambassador, Loftsson said his sports experiences, 
including six years on the Icelandic National Team and appearances at the European Indi- 
vidual and Team Championships, have allowed him to travel the globe. To date, Loftsson has 
been "pretty much everywhere" in Europe, played in the United States, and, this fall, played 
for Iceland in the 2008 World Cup Amateur in Australia. 

"I love meeting new people and having a good time," Loftsson says of his travels, which 
include his stay at OU. "Every day [at Oglethorpe] you meet new people." 

Loftsson has become a walk-on star for the OU golf team, and this fall helped Oglethorpe 
make school history as the winners of the Third Annual Rhodes College Fall Invitational at 
Tunica National. 



Loftsson is a Financial Engineering major at Reykjavik University. 



CLIFF CHANDLER MOORE '09 

Senior psychology major Cliff Chandler Moore wants to experiment on 
you. But he can't tell you why. 

He's "keeping it secret." 

"I can't have the word get around," he explains of his Honors Program 
psychology research project. "It might ruin my results." 

Currently working on the second of two research projects— the first, on 
"the study of external reinforcers on intrinsic motivation," took third 
prize during the 2008 Georgia Psychological Association Conference- 
Moore said his major has an undeniable pull. 

"It's such a new science; it really just came out in the last 100 years. It's 
almost the 'Wild West' of research," he laughs. 

Interestingly enough, Moore's fascination with psychology also spills over into his other passion- 
theater. Moore, who began acting at the age of four, has done several local commercials and had 
a role in the film Happy Campers from New Line Cinema. He is pursuing a minor in theater and 
performs with an independent theater group, Feint Theatre Company. 

"Theater draws on the ability to diffuse into countless masks that touch upon the various elements 
of the human psyche," he explains. "The ability to tap into that symbiotic energy shared between the 
audience and the performer is something really special." 




When he isn't studying or performing, Moore is active in multiple organizations including X<E>, 
AOQ, OAK, AX and *FX. His multiple interests and involvements are opening many doors, and 
Moore said he is having a difficult time choosing which path to follow. He would like to pursue a 
higher degree in law and possibly psychology. For now though, Moore has decided to give professional 
acting a go and says he plans to go to California after graduation to see if he can 'make it' in the business. 



LUMNI 
ROFILE 



'80 

CHRISTOPHER 



by Erin L. Greer 




Some voice their ideals on the Opinion/Editorials page of the newspaper and others offer 
their views around the office water cooler, but for Oglethorpe alumnus Christopher J. 
McFadden, '80, right and wrong aren't decided in OpEds or over paper cups— they are 
puzzled out behind a bench. 

An appellate lawyer now for two decades, McFadden channeled his years of expertise into 
a bid for Judge for the Court of Appeals of Georgia this year. Although he did not win the 
seat, he did accomplish one of his major goals in pursuing the challenge: ensuring his 
voice is heard. 



"The decisions being made by the president 
and congress right now will have a substantial 
impact on everyone... Your own interests are 
on the line...the political process is ultimately 
where our freedoms rest." 



"Part of the reason I decided to become a candidate was because I wanted to participate 
in the debate about what a judicial campaign should be about," said McFadden, who 
emphasized that judges do not run under part}' affiliations, but on law experience. 
To avoid the appearance of partisan affiliation, McFadden declined inquiries by special 
interest groups who sent questionnaires to assess how he would vote on controversial is- 
sues. McFadden says his stance shows his desire to rule based on law and not on opinion. 



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"I bring a tangible record of contributions 
in standing up for the ideal of the rule of 
law," he explained. "The proposition, as 
John Adams put it, that we have a govern- 
ment 'of laws and not of men.'" 

Raised in Acron, Ohio, McFadden's father, 
Donald, was a judge. McFadden, who stud- 
ied philosophy at Oglethorpe and received 
his law degree from the University of 
Georgia, always felt his upbringing pointed 
him toward the bench. 

"The challenge drew me to law, and I sort of 
grew up with the expectation that I would 
go into law. My father was a judge ...and 
some of my friends at Oglethorpe assumed 
I was a pre-law major," McFadden laughed. 
"I have wanted to be a judge for a very long 
time, to a significant extent because of the 
example set by my father. And for someone 
with my gifts— which are similar to his — 
service as a judge is the most honorable 
vocation to which I can aspire." 

The co-author of two books, "Georgia 
Appellate Practice With Forms" the First 
and Second editions, McFadden credits his 
practice, headquartered in Decatur, Geor- 
gia, with providing him a new perspective 
on the law and how it applies to people's 
everyday lives. This perspective, he says, is 
a very personal way of affecting change in 
the world. 

"[It's about] seeing the impact on the 
people who come to you at crisis moments 
in their lives," McFadden explained. "I have 
represented people who are struggling 
against losing their children, losing their 
business or losing their freedom, and that 
kind of deep understanding of the human 
aspect of the court is very important." 

Among his many professional accolades, 
McFadden has served as an Atlanta Bar 
Association officer and is currently in line 
for that association's presidency. He also 
served as a Special Master for the Supreme 
Court of Georgia. Upon learning of his bid 
for office, former Oglethorpe President 
Manning Pattillo hosted a promotional 
event for McFadden last summer. 

When he isn't pouring over the aspects of a 
case, McFadden finds other ways to make 
himself heard in the community. A hus- 
band and father, McFadden plays Santa 
Claus at Egleston Children's Hospital, 
serves as a lector at Sacred Heart Catholic 
Church and has a black belt in Taekwondo. 
But if high kicks and Old Saint Nick aren't 
your forte, McFadden encourages every- 



one, regardless of beliefs, to get involved in 
the political process. 

"Politics really cuts to the heart of it. It's 
where decisions that effect our lives are 
made. The decisions being made by the 
president and congress right now will have a 
substantial impact on everyone... Your own 
interests are on the line. ..the political process 
is ultimately where our freedoms rest." 

With the election behind him, Mcfadden 
says he will return to the active practice of 
law. He said work has already picked back 
up, and he is looking forward to another 
political run, potentially in 2010. 






LUMNI HONORED 
HROUGH CEO UNIVERSITY 

'99 '99 

MATTHEW ANDY 

-A I ; I 



OU alumni Andy Milford and Matthew White were featured in October 
in the Atlanta Business Chronicle's "CEO University" special section. 
The pair, graduates of the class of '99, credit the success of their business, 
Dorian Software Creations Inc., to the education they received from 
Oglethorpe University. 

"I see the value in a liberal arts education," White says in the article. 
"I learned how to think critically." 

Milford agreed. "There is an entrepreneurial atmosphere. The professors 
are focused on educating rather than on conducting research." 

Milford and White began their friendship as freshman year roommates. 
Milford created Dorian Software in 1997 and maintained the company on 
his own for two years, but, when the need for a partner arose in 1999, White 
was the natural choice. Today, Milford serves as CEO and chief software 
architect, and White is the COO and VP of sales and marketing for Dorian. 

In July 2008, Dorian Software announced its second quarter sales revenue 
was the highest in company history. 



LUMNI 
LERT 




ANITA 
STEVENSON 
PATTERSON 97 




Greetings! Our nation is in a challenging 
time when we all want to be heard. Right 
now, everyone is focused on our country s 
credit crisis, the presidential elections and 
other issues. We have opinions, solutions 
and ideas, and we want to be heard. 

As an alumna of Oglethorpe, I encourage 
you to be heard. A liberal arts education 
based in the vivacious city of Atlanta pro- 
vided each of us with the opportunity to 
learn to think outside the box and discuss 
our opinions with others. We are thinkers, 
and we are doers. 

Once the economy stabilizes and our next 
president is in office and we can once 
again shift our focus to other things, I 
encourage you to step up and volunteer 
at Oglethorpe, attend alumni events or 
spend an evening calling other alumni to 
encourage them to support the OU Fund. 
The National Alumni Association is always 
seeking new volunteers - you just need 
to speak up and be heard! Be heard in 
positive ways that can make our university 
even stronger. 

Please mark your calendar and plan to 
attend Oglethorpe's Evening of Enchant- 
ment before the Boar's Head Ceremony 
on Saturday, December 6; come back to 



campus during Alumni Weekend April 
17 -19, 2009. If it's your reunion year (if 
your class year ends in a 4 or a 9), you'll 
get the chance to climb the tower and ring 
the Carillon bells! That's a great way to be 
heard (all over Brookhaven!). 

Dr. Schall and the alumni office travel to 
various cities each year. That's a wonderful 
way for our alumni who are living around 
the country to reconnect and be heard. 
Just this fall, the visits included Charlotte, 
Raleigh, Jacksonville, Brunswick, Savan- 
nah and Washington, D.C. We'll be in your 
area this spring, Florida! 

Another way you can speak up and be 
heard is to nominate deserving alumni for 
the awards that are presented during each 
Alumni Weekend. There is a nomination 
form enclosed or you can nominate some- 
one online at www.alumni.oglethorpe. 
edu/alumniawardsform. Please think 
about fellow alumni you know who you 
would like OU to consider honoring with 
its prestigious awards and nominate them. 

Get involved and be heard, and you'll help 
add to the countless positive things going 
on at Oglethorpe University! After all, 
Oglethorpe's motto is "Make a life. Make a 
living. Make a difference." 



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CLASS 
NOTES 

EDUCATION AND CAREERS 



Reverend John M. Flanigen '50 

assists at St. Matthias' Episcopal Church in 
Tuscaloosa, Alabama and is documenting 
his memories of world, national and local 
events and their impact on his life. 

Col. Sheldon I. Godkin, USAF-Ret. '52 

completed a 31-year career in the U.S. 
Air Force in 1983 and established and 
managed the University Club at Colorado 
State University where he retired from in 
2004. The university's president awarded 
him honorary alumnus status and gave 
him a special meritorious service award. 
Recently, Godkin received the Rotary Club 
International's Four Avenues of Service 
award, one of Rotary s highest individual 
honors. 

The class of 1958 celebrated its 50th 
anniversary during Alumni Weekend in 
March 2008 with a brunch in the Ogletho- 
rpe University Museum of Art. Each 
member was asked to share what they have 
been busy doing since graduation from 
Oglethorpe. 

Peggy Compton '58 is a retired educa- 
tor from the Cobb County School System. 
During her time as an educator, she was 
honored with the teacher of the year 
award. She also found time to become a 
Cobb Clean Committee Appointee and a 
member of the South Cobb Leadership 
Institute. Compton has been active in 
church and community activities since 
her retirement. She enjoys spending time 
her grandchildren, reading and traveling. 
Her travels have included trips to Europe, 
Canada, Mexico, Islands and all over the 
U.S. 

Mary Anne Sharp '58 has found success 
in her professional life as both an educa- 
tor in Atlanta Public Schools for 33 years 
and a conductor of the Decatur Civic 
Chorus for 45 years. Before retiring with 
the Atlanta Public System, Sharp wrote 
and directed several musicals based on 
children's literature and Georgia history- 
many which were aired on WABE and 
PBS. In 1993, Sharpe was named artistic 
director of Dekalb International Choral 
Festival. This achievement is especially 
important to Sharp since she is a prod- 
uct of the City of Decatur School System. 
Since then, she has led the chorus on many 
tours around the world. These tours have 
included the United States, Italy, Spain, 
the United Kingdom, Germany and many 
other countries. The chorus has also had 
the privilege of performing in Carnegie 
Hall and giving mini-concerts in New York 
at Ground Zero. In May 2008, the chorus 
sang at the National Memorial Day Con- 




cert in the Kennedy Center in Washington, 
D.C., representing the state of Georgia. 

Jim Clower '58 was an active member of 
the OU community earning an impressive 
four varsity letters from 1956-57 in tennis, 
baseball, basketball and cross-country. 
Soon after graduating from OU, Clower 
served our country and earned the rank of 
PFC or Private First Class. He then went 
on to the real estate business where he 
earned the highest brokerage I Real Estate 
the CCIM (Certified Commercial Invest- 
ment Member) Designation in 1991. In 
1997, he received the SR/WA designation 
or senior member, which is the highest 
designation in the International Right of 
Way Association. Clower has also been 
awarded a Certified General Appraiser 
certificate by the State of Georgia. He 
continues to work with his two sons Jim, 
Jr., and Joel. 

As a student at OU, John Harms '58 was 

active in several campus organizations 
including Alpha Phi Omega, speech club 
and the Yamacraw staff. He then went into 
the military where he attained the rank of 
Colonel and is now a retired member of 
the United States Marine Corps. Harms 
continued his education at the University 
of Virginia, where he majored in counselor 
education and received a master's degree 
in education in 1977- Harms also served 
on the National Board of Counselors, The 
Oahu Veterans Council Board and the 
Military Officers Association of America. 
After a fulfilling career at BHP Petroleum 
Hawaii, Inc., and several years at Kahuku 
High and Intermediate School as a career 
counselor, Harms retired and now resides 
in Hawaii and plans to move back to the 
mainland in the near future where he can 
be more involved in Oglethorpe activities. 



Class of 1958 Reunion 

Ina Foster Moore's '58 most memo- 
rable moment was being elected Lady 
Oglethorpe and meeting her husband of 
49 years, Alan Moore, who was voted Lord 
Oglethorpe that same year. After graduat- 
ing from Oglethorpe with her master's 
degree in education, Moore went into the 
field of education where she has taught for 
29 years. She is currently employed as a 
teacher at Henderson Middle School in the 
DeKalb County School System and enjoys 
spending time vacationing at the beach 
and visiting family. 

Alan Moore '58 not only had the 
privilege of being voted Lord Oglethorpe 
during his time at the University but also 
met his wife— the Lady Oglethorpe of that 
same year. He also had the honor of being- 
voted "Ugliest Man on Campus." After his 
memorable time at OU, Moore pursued a 
career in the healthcare field for 50 years. 
Moore now works as a commission sales- 
man for Southern Business Systems and 
has lived in Atlanta since 1959- He has 
been active in his neighborhood swim club 
and became president of North Cumber- 
land Swim Club. 

Betty Stokes McGariety '58 came to OU 
as an older student and enjoyed her two 
years by taking part of the campus experi- 
ence and completed her degree in 
elementary education in two years. Her 
first 10 years as a teacher were spent 
teaching seventh graders in Atlanta Public 
Schools. In 1969, McGariety was certified 
in library science at Emory University. She 
then went on to become an elementary 
school librarian for 20 years. After 30 years 
of sendee, McGariety retired from Atlanta 
Public Schools in 1986 and likes to believe 
that she made a difference those vears. She 



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is proud of her two children, three grand- 
children and four great grandchildren. 

After graduation from OU, Christina Rice 
Freeman '58 taught elementary school in 
the Atlanta Public School System while her 
husband, the late Judge Richard Freeman, 
established his law career. She also worked 
on her husband's political campaign, 
which he won and was elected to the 
Atlanta Board of Aldermen. Her husband 
was later appointed federal district judge 
by President Richard Nixon. After teach- 
ing, Freeman volunteered for an organiza- 
tion in support of schools like the Tallulah 
Falls School. Freeman now spends her 
time as an active member in the Northside 
Woman's Club and a garden club. 

While at OU, Shirley Benefiel Geoghan 

'58 enjoyed spending time with her class- 
mates and their many camping adven- 
tures. She also went to Korea with the Red 
Cross and then served as service club 
director for the USAF in England. 
Geoghan now enjoys retirement at her 
beautiful home on the sands of Lake 
Michigan with her husband, retired Lt. 
Col. Thomas Geoghan. Prior to retirement, 
Geoghan was president of the Pennsylva- 
nia Pro Life Federation and served on the 
board of directors for the National Right 
to Life. 

During her time at OU, Ma Varelmann 
McCoy '58 enjoyed working with the 
campus group Oglethorpe Players, singing 
on the Oglethorpe TV show and being a 
member of the Duchess Club. McCoy and 
her husband Don are now retired civilian 
employees of the U.S. government. They 
both are active volunteers in the city of 
Las Cruces, New Mexico and in the fields 
of preservation (Paleozoic Trackways). 
Both are also members of the Mesilla Val- 
ley Chorale where she is a soloist. McCoy 
plans to travel to Lemans, France, in June 
2009 to perform with the Chorale. 

Ted Bayley '58 worked for the Boy 
Scouts of America after serving five years 
with the Marine Corps. He and his family 
became tired of moving so Bayley went 
to work at Georgia State University. He 
served in the business school as assistant 
dean and later became vice president of 
development and alumni affairs. He was 
asked by the board of St. Joseph's Hospital 
to serve as president of the Mercy Founda- 
tion. In 1999, Bayley was named National 
Fundraiser of the Year. In retirement, he 
has continued to share his expertise with 
many organizations. He most enjoyed 
working on many Habitat for Humanity 
houses. Bayley taught children and then 
adults in Sunday school for 40 years. He 
served the Atlanta Presbytery by serving 
as a moderator. Bayley now struggles with 
Alzheimers and is in several studies at 



Emory University. His favorite Oglethorpe 
memory is the curriculum and Pop Crow 
and friends. 

Russell Eisenman '62, Ph.D., had a book, 
Creativity, Mental Illness and Crime, pub- 
lished by Kendall/Hunt. It contains essays 
and articles by him on a variety of psychol- 
ogy topics, with several being on his expe- 
riences working as a prison psychologist. 

The West Point Woman's Club recently 
selected Lynda Papini Hines '64 as 

the club woman of the year. She was also 
selected as the club's woman of the year 
several years ago. Hines was selected as 
Teacher of the Year in 1987- She held a 
chairmanship on the Southern Associa- 
tion of Schools. Hines is a member of the 
Alpha Delta Kappa International Honor- 
ary Sorority of Women Educators and is 
still active in a local chapter of that group. 
In addition to her West Point Woman's 
Club work as second vice president, she is 
president of Friends of Hawkes Library. 

Joan Phillips Millar '64 and J.D. "Don" 
Millar celebrated their 50th wedding anni- 
versary in August 2007 with a Holy Com- 
munion Service at Hanover Hall, officiated 
by the Right Reverend Milton Murray 




and attended by their immediate family 
members. Afterwards, the family cel- 
ebrated with cake and returned to Chateau 
Elan for a buffet in the Versailles Room. In 
September 2007, Joan and Don welcomed 
grandchildren twins John Thomas Millar 
and Alison Taylor Millar. 

Sharon Friedrich Williams '65 

announced that as of June 30, 2008, her 
new career is that of a retired person who 
is going to spend as much of her new way 
of life as possible traveling around the 
country with her newly retired husband of 
41 years, Mike. 



Louis E. Rossman '69 of Philadelphia, 
.., was elected president of the American 

Association of Endodontists during its 

2008 Annual Session, 
held April 9 - 12 in 
Vancouver, British 
Columbia, Canada. 
Rossman has been 
actively involved in the 
activities of the Asso- 
ciation for years, serv- 
ing as president-elect 
from 2007-2008, vice 



rd., was cicllcu pit 

Association of Endi 



president from 2006-2007, secretary from 
2005-2006, treasurer from 2004-2005, 
and District I director from 2000-2003, 
while also participating in the work of 
numerous committees including Research 
and Scientific Affairs, Workforce Assess- 
ment, Public and Professional Affairs and 
Strategic Planning. He also has played an 
integral role in planning numerous annual 
sessions, serving as general chair of the 
meeting in 2002. 

Dianne Jones Ford, M.D. '77 was a 

Grand Awards Judge in the Medicine and 
Health Category of the 2008 Intel Inter- 
national Science and Engineering Fair that 
was held in Atlanta May 11 - 16. Ogletho- 
rpe professor Dan Schadler was a Grand 
Awards Judge in the Plant Science Cate- 
gory of the Fair. In a classic example of the 
"it's a small world phenomenon," Schadler 
encountered Ford when she was ahead of 
him on an escalator in the Georgia World 
Congress Center. Ford was a student in the 
first class that Dr. Schadler taught when he 
joined the OU faculty in 1975. 

Ellen Heckler O'Herlihy '82 recently 
enrolled in the Passport to Teaching program 
in Missouri to earn certification to teach Eng- 
lish language arts for grades six to 12. 

Tony Murphy '85 has joined Rich Prod- 
ucts Corporation's Foodservice Division 
as a national account manager. Murphy's 
primary responsibility is to manage Rich's 
domestic and international military food- 
service segment. Prior to joining Rich's, 
Murphy worked for Sara Lee Foodser- 
vice for nine years in its marketing and 
national accounts division. Preceding Sara 
Lee, he worked as a foodservice director 
for ARAMARK for 12 years. 

Murphy works and resides in Commerce, 
Georgia. 

Joselyn Butler Baker '91 joined the 
Georgia Chamber of Commerce as senior 
rice president for communications. She 
is responsible for the Chamber's public 
relations, media relations, membership 
communications and other internal and 
external communications efforts. 

J. Alison Bess, Ph.D. '96, recently 
relocated to with her husband, Curt Meyer, 
to Alexandria, Louisiana, for her new job 
as a psychologist for the Department of 
Immigration Health Services at the La 
Salle Detention Facility in Jena. Louisiana. 

Nathan Sparks '98 was recently named 
to Georgia Trend magazine's 40 under 
40. This is the 12th year the publication 
has selected 40 high-achieving Georgians 
under the age of 40 who are making their 
marks in business, government, educa- 
tion, the arts and the world of nonprofits. 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



Sparks lives in Brunswick and is the execu- 
tive director of the Brunswick and Glynn 
County Development Authority. 

Mary Boger Mali '00 is working as a se- 
nior systems analyst at St. John's Universi- 
ty in New York, and she previously worked 
as an assistant director of admissions at 
Emory University Rollins School of Public 
Health and program assistant at Columbia 
University in New York City. 

Look for Vince Pisani '00 n the current 
Keno (Georgia Lottery) TV ad. OU profes- 
sor Jay Lutz's class is reading The Diary of 
Anne Frank and took his class to see Pisani 
in the theatrical production of The Diary 
of Anne Frank, a production by the Re- 
naissance Project, Inc., in Atlanta. Pisani 
then followed up in October with a guest 
lecture in Lutz's class. He is also working 
as an acting coach for a talent agency in 
film casting and commercials. 

Liz Campbell '01 was named the head 
women's basketball coach at Colorado 
College. 

Melissa Stracener Beauregard '01 was 

awarded her master's degree in business 
administration from the University of 
Oklahoma in Norman, summer 2006. Her 
family has recently relocated from Okla- 
homa back to the Houston, Texas area, 
where she will begin pursuing her Ph.D. in 
marketing at the University of Houston. 

Karen Anthony Schnick '02 began her 
doctoral program in education at Van- 
derbilt University in August 2007. She 
is an ExpERT (Experimental Education 
Research Training) pre-doctoral fellow, 
specializing in development, learning and 
diversity. She and engineer husband John 
live in Nashville with their dog Grade. 

After teaching elementary school for five 
years, Sharmaine Davis Mitchell '03 

assumed the administrative position of 
webmaster and production studio teacher 
at Trinity School in Atlanta. She completed 
her master's degree in instructional tech- 
nology in April 2008. 

Mark DeLong '03 is an editor in Georgia 
Tech's creative sendees department, craft- 
ing copy for print and electronic communi- 
cations. He was director of publications at 
Oglethorpe from January 2005 until April 
2008. His freelance work includes writing 
for the national Power Girls magazine and 
editing for Atlanta's Jezebel magazine. 

Angela Bagley Fifzpatrick '04 completed 
her master's degree in education from 
Georgia State University in June 2008. 
Her concentration was secondary English 
education, and she graduated with a 3.98 
GPA. She is now teaching high school 
English in the Cobb County School District. 



Rachel Lehr '04 is in Islamabad, 
Pakistan, where she is a Third Secretary 
of Regional Affairs at the U.S. Embassy. 
She is proud to be representing her 
country and working hard in the global 
war against terrorism. 

Carlissa Carson '05 graduated from 
Emory University School of Law in May 
2008. Her work concerning the negative 
implications of the recently enacted Mili- 
tary Commissions Act was published in the 
Emory Law Journal (May 2008). She now 
attends Georgetown Law and will receive 
an LL.M in international law and a certifi- 
cate in international human rights. While 
at Emory, Carson was notes and comments 
editor of the Emory Law Journal. Carson 
is a military intelligence officer in the U.S. 
Army Reserves (1LT). Prior to pursuing 
the LLM, Carson worked for the DOD in 
the Office of Military Commissions at the 
Pentagon as a staff attorney and supervi- 
sor/manager of a group of intelligence 
analysts. She will continue her work on 
the U.S. Supreme Court case of Hamdan 
v. Rumsfeld and work on other cases con- 
cerning detainees held at U.S. Naval Base, 
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. 

Catherine "Cat" Lawler '05 graduated 
from the University of Georgia School of 
Law in May 2008. She currently resides in 
Atlanta and works as a staff attorney for 
the Honorable Judge John J. Goger at the 
Fulton County Superior Court. She would 
love to meet up with Petrels now that she 
is back in the city! 



Brittany Marie Bennett '06 

graduated from the University 
of South Florida with a master's 
degree in library and informa- 
tion science on May 3, 2008. 



Jessica Griffin '06 graduated from 
the George Washington University, 
Trachtenberg School of Public Policy 
and Public Administration in May 2008. 
She received a master's degree in public 
administration with a concentration in 
nonprofit management. Griffin entered 
the MPA program as one of five recipients 
of a merit-based graduate assistantship 
and scholarship and graduated with a 3.9 
GPA. She is employed at the Capital Area 
Food Bank in Washington, D.C., working 
in development and fundraising. Griffin 
also serves as treasurer on the board 
of directors of the D.C. chapter of Young 
Nonprofit Professionals Network. 





MARRIAGES 



Stephanie Phillips '90 surprised every- 
one by committing herself in marriage to 
Joshua Robert Copland 
. 2 on Ma y 3 > 2008, in a roar- 
ing '20's-style wedding 
held at Callanwolde Fine 
Arts Center in Atlanta. 
Phillips is working as 
production coordina- 
tor for Executive Com- 
munications at Georgia Tech University. 
Her husband works as a team lead in the 
accounting department of FMLS. They live 
in Doraville with "their four furkids and 
plan to be blissed out bickering geeks for 
the rest of their lives." 

Jennifer Chiofalo '94 and Clinton Toma- 
sino were married on May 10, 2008, in a 
beautiful mountain ceremony in Cleve- 
land, Georgia. The wedding party included 
matron of honor Kelly 
Moynes Sklare '96, 
bridesmaids Jena Jo- 
lissaint '98 and Jamie 
Annarino '98. The 
couple lives in Reyn- 
oldstown. Chiofalo is 
a consumer marketing 
manager at Digital Blue Electronics in 
East Cobb, and her husband is an architect 
at Cooper Carry in Atlanta. 

Chris Benner '01 and Dani Stellin 
Benner '99 celebrated their one-year 
wedding anniversary in Ireland. Their 
wedding mirrored an Oglethorpe reunion, 
with over half of the guests consisting of 





OU alumni. The wedding parts - included 
Heather McNeill Ivkovich '99, Kristi 
Wright '01, Missy Roedersheimer '99, 
Susie Polyak Findley '99, Rebecca 
Bowers Conners '99, Catherine McGa- 
han Dunham '99, Marie Heflin Shirley 
'99, Anthony Dowell '01 and Matt 
Vance '02. The Benners live on the west 
side of Atlanta with their Boston terrier 
Chumley. 






Ashley Zimmerman '01 married Hunter 
Hamilton at St. Edward Catholic Church 
in Little Rock, Arkansas on April 5, 2008. 
They reside in Atlanta. Three bridesmaids 
were OU alumnae 
Heather Baber Ma- 
roney '01 (matron 
of honor), Brooke 
Roberts Bourgeois 
'01 and Julie Shuman 
Martin '98. 



Lauren Montagno '02 

married Ned Berkow on 
June 28 at Cathedral of 
Christ the King with a 
reception The Ritz-Carlton 
Buckhead. 



JoAnn Tippett Verdun '04 

and Brandon Verdun were 
married August 9, 2008, 
in Red River, New Mexico. 
April Thompson Milupi 

'05 was a bridesmaid along 
with the bride's cousin and sister. The 
couple resides in Sandy Springs, Georgia. 

Helen Beattie '05 married James (Britt) 
Thompson on April 19, 2008. 



FUTURE PETRELS 



Matthew Scott Thomp- 
son '93 and Susan Rachel 
Thompson would like to an- 
nounce the birth of Simon 
Parks Thompson (class of 
2026) born July 20, 2008 in 
Johns Creek, Georgia. Father lulls Simon 
to sleep each night with selections from 
Thus Spake Zarathustra. 

Julie Franek Sorchy '94 and husband 
Paul announce the birth of their daughter 
Jocelyn Josephine Sorchy- She was born at 
home on June 23, 2008, at 9:50 a.m. She 
was six pounds, 13 ounces and 20 inches. 
Little Paulie (seven years old) is very proud 
to be a big brother at last. 

Jamie Walker Ball '95 

and her husband Ryan are 
overjoyed to announce the 
birth of their first child, 
Atticus Walker. Atticus was 
born in Woodland Hills, 
California, on April 22, 2008, measuring 
22 inches long and weighing eight pounds, 
three ounces. 

Mark '96 and Ellen 
Kimbrell Bingham 

'97 are pleased to 
announce the birth of 
•df their third child Alivia 
Jane. She was born 






August 11, 2008, weighing seven pounds, 
six ounces and measuring 19-5 inches long. 
Big sister Abigail is thrilled to have a little 
sister and big brother John Andrew is not 
sure what's going on! (Photo courtesy of 
Stirring the Light.) 

Kristi Pelletier Vega '9 6 and her hus- 

band Jamie are happy 

to announce the birth 

of Katherine Rose, on 

January 5, 2008, in 

Virginia Beach. Big brother Jimmy and 

big sister Mary are very proud of their 

new little sister Katy Rose, and the whole 

family is glad to be settling in after another 

move back to San Diego. 



Daryl Brooks '97 

and his wife Brandie, 
along with big sister 
Ansley, proudly an- 
nounce the birth of 
Addyson Virginia who 
was born on June 8, 2008, 



Kelly Holland Vrtis '97, husband Matt 
and big sis Amelia welcomed Franklin 
Joseph Vrtis on February 22, 2008. The 
big boy weighed nine pounds, 10 ounces 
and was 21 inches long. 
Kelly continues working 
at The Container Store 
corporate office in 
Dallas, Texas, managing 
copywriting for the company's advertising. 

Carlo Hyman Birnbaum '99 and her 

husband Scott announce the 
birth of their daughter Isa- 
bella Esther Birnbaum on 
B May 12, 2008. She weighed 
fcffig six pounds, one ounce and 
was 18.75 inches in length. 

Christopher Jackson '01 and Sara 
Haviland Jackson '01 are proud to an- 
nounce the birth of their daughter, Delia 
Rose Haviland Jackson. Delia Rose was 
born February 19, 2008, weighing nine 
pounds, five 
ounces. Their 
son Pierce, 3, is 
turning into a 
great big brother. ^! 
The Jacksons are JJ. 
happily— and 
exhaustedly— settling in to life with two 
children in their new hometown of Silver 
Spring, Maryland. 

Christian Blonshine'01 and Melinda 
Vesgo Blonshine '03 

happily welcomed their first 

baby on June 16, 2008, at 

4:13 p.m. Tyler Christian 

Blonshine weighed seven 

pounds, 10 ounces. The 

family resides in South Florida. 






IN MEMORIAM 

Fred Boswell '24 on December 7, 2007 

Lucretia Marie Caudill '34 

Estelle Jones Mason '34 

on August 10, 2008 

Carol Jeffares Morgan '35 

on March 18, 2008 

Fairis Bagwell McGeady '35 

on May 20, 2008 

Carl Newman Clark '38 

on April 29, 2008 

Marguerite McKinney Hart '40 

on May 1, 2008 

Evelyn Blanton '41 

on September 27, 2008 

Ann Burney Shotmeyer '42 

on September 18, 2008 

J. Eugene Harris '43 

on August 30, 2008 

Eleanor Mathews Wood '44 

on February 7, 2007 

Dale Smith Phillips '45 

on April 2, 2008 

Reverend William Clinton Rhodes, Jr. 

'49 on April 2, 2008 

Bronston Cass '51 unknown 

Walter Tanner '5 1 on July 6, 2007 

Edwin R. Sturdivant '53 

on September 12, 2007 

Elene Fisher Downen '54 

Freida Beatty Duffey '57 

on June 15, 2008 

Marie Therrell Henry '57 

Sally Scurry Mizelle '58 

on July 2, 2008 

Sherman D. Tomlinson '58 

Franklin Holley '59 

Sidney Barbanel '60 

on September 8, 2008 

Beverly Powers Alexander '63 

on July 6, 2008 

John Day '64 on April 9, 2008 

Gary Richard Haug '64 

on March 4, 2008 

James Brown '65 

Robert Stanley Campbell '67 

on April 22, 2008 

Rhua Bernice "Bobby" Wilcox Flock 

'71 on July 19, 2008 

Midge M. Jorns '72 on March 28, 2008 

Delmas Reddy '77 on July 8, 200S 

Lorie Terry '01 on August 12, 2008 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



RECEPTIONS AND 
VISITORS 





Oglethorpe 
alumni recon- 
nected at a New 
York dinner on April 23, at Ted's Montana 
Grill in Manhattan. The event, hosted by 
Laura Turner Seydel '86, was visited by 
a very special guest— Ted Turner! Turner 
mingled with OU alumni and graciously 
welcomed them to his restaurant. 




Floyd '43 visited OU's campus earlier this year and went on a 
tour of the campus. He had not been back to campus in 30 years. His 
grandson Hal Royer '91 is also an Oglethorpe graduate. 




Bob and Donna Cron Rasile '82 hosted Charlotte-area alumni at their home in 
SouthPark on September 9, 2008. Guests included O.K. Sheffield '53 and Johnnie 
Lowry, Tom Cluderay '68, Tom O'Connor '67, Bill Plowden '67, Roger '68 and 
Barbara Beggs Lifted '68, Cathy Ayer Clark '79, Charles Woodford '87 and Jen- 
nifer Woodford, David '88 and Mabel Lastres Turner '90, Jodie Sexton Goff '01, 
Ashish Thakur '99 and Renuka Thakur and current 
OU parents Steve and Jean Hendrix. 



HONOR ROLL 
OF DONORS 



THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING DONORS WHO GAVE TO OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY BETWEEN JULY 1 , 2007, AND JUNE 30, 2008. GIFTS TO THE OGLETHORPE FUND, 
THE OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM OF ART, THE OGLETHORPE WOMEN'S NETWORK, THE OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY ATHLETIC PROGRAM AND OTHER SPECIAL 
FUNDS ARE LISTED IN THE APPROPRIATE GIVING SOCIETIES. THE ENTIRE OGLETHORPE COMMUNITY IS GRATEFUL FOR THESE GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS. 



PHOEBE APPERSON HEARST 

SOCIETY 

GIFTS OF $10,000 AND ABOVE 

Anonymous 

Accumetric, Inc. 

Mr. J. Frederick Agel, Sr. '52 

Mr. Lyman C. Aldrich '38 

Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 and 

Dr. Charles R. Arp 
Assistance League of Atlanta 
BCES Foundation 
Mr. Robert E. Bowden '66 
Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen '61 and 

Mr. Robert Bowen 
Mr. Franklin L. Burke '66, (H) '98 
J Bulow Campbell Foundation 
The Community Foundation for 

Greater Atlanta 
Estate of Helen Bivings Crawford '35* 
Mr. John Cunningham 
Mr. Robert J. Fewell 
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Findley III 
Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr. '78 
Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, Inc. 
Mr. David C. Garrett III 
Georgia Foundation for Independent 

Colleges, Inc. 
Dr. Joel Goldberg (H) '00 
Mr. William Howell Gower '68 and 

Mrs. Gayle Burch Gower '68 
Gray Matters Capital Foundation, Inc. 
Mr. James J. Hagelow '69 
Mrs. Jesse S. Hall 
The Halle Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Harald R. Hansen (H) '0 
Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. '65 and 

Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hortlage '65 
Ms. Veronica M. Holmes '02 
Mr. Arthur Howell 
Mr. Warren Y. Jobe 
Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 
Mr. James R. Magbee 
Ms. Janice McNeal '98 
Mr. R. D. Odom, Jr. 
Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey '84 
Mr. John H. Parker, Jr. 
Patricia and Robert Bowden Foundatic 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Reiser, Jr. 
Estate of M. A. Rikard '37, |H) '92* 
Dr. J. Mack Robinson (H) '95 
Mr. Donald H. Rubin '56 
Mr. O. K. Sheffield, Jr. '53 
The Shelley and Donald Rubin 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold B. Sidman 
Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos '81 
Tull Charitable Foundation 
Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Inc. 
Mr. Mark A. Williams '94 and 

Mrs. Sharon Maria Williams '93 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Willoch 

THORNWELL JACOBS SOCIETY 
GIFTS OF $5,000 - $9,999 

Anonymous 

Mr. Howell Breedlove '57 and 

Mrs. Ann Breedlove '57 
Breedlove Charitable Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Burk 
Coca-Cola Company 
Mr. David Nathan Cooper '71 



Mr. and Mrs. William A. Emerson 

Flohr Family Foundation 

Mrs. Martha Sibley George '51 

Georgia Power Foundation 

Mr. J. Lewis Glenn '71 

Mr. Jack Guynn (H) '05 

Ms. Anne Hammond '87 

Harold Hirsch Scholarship Foundation 

Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78 

Mr. Muhtar Kent (H) '08 

Dr. Charles B. Knapp 

Mr. Andrew G. Kronitz 

Ray M. and Mary Elizabeth Lee 

Mr. Roger A. Littell '68 and 

Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell '68 
Marsh & McLennan Co's., Inc. 
Mr. William Thayer Mullally '03 



Na 



'63 



Mr. Michael W. Outlaw 

Mr. Ronald W. Rogers 

Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith '70 

Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 

Sunbelt Structures Inc. 

Suntrust Bank, Atlanta 

Ms. Trishanda Treadwell, Esq. '96 

Dr. Pamela Tremayne 

Mr. Raymond S. Willoch '80 

PHILIP WELTNER SOCIETY 
GIFTS OF $2,500 - $4,999 

Anonymous 

Barco 

Dr. James L. Cox '53 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Curtis 

Mr. Paul L. Dillingham 

Frances and Beverly DuBose Foundation 

Mr. Harry R. Frazer '89 and 

Mrs. Dawn Frazer 
Mr. Robert Friend 

Mr. Claude Spencer Godfrey, Jr. '98 
Mr. David Golden 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Louis Graner 
Mr. Q. William Hammock, Jr. '73 
Mr. Donald R. Henry '83 and 

Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 
Mr. B. Shane Hornbuckle '92 and 

Mrs. Elizabeth VanWinkle Hornbuckle '93 
John P. Salamone Memorial Foundation 
Ms. Nancy C. Juneau 
Juneau Construction Company, LLC 
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lane III 
Macy's Foundation 
Mr. John Meacham, Jr. '42 MA '43 
Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss '59 
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Osmanson 
Ms. S. Tammy Pearson '86 
Sarah Spencer Godfrey Charitable Trust 
Mr. Joseph P. Shelton '91 and 

Mrs. Andrea Spencer Shelton '91 
Drs. William O. and Patricia P. 

Shropshire 
Dr. Philip Zinsmeister 

JAMES EDWARD OGLETHORPE 

SOCIETY 

GIFTS OF $1,000- $2,499 

Anonymous 

Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. '64 and 
Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken '66 
Mr. G. Douglass Alexander '68 
Mr. Arthur M. Armstrong '67 



Mr. Richard Arroll 

Atlanta Educational Telecommunicatio 

Collaborative, Inc. 
Ms. A. Diane Baker '77 
Mr. Robert B. Baker, Jr. '79 and 

Ms. Joselyn Butler Baker '91 
Mr. John S. Ball '71 and Mrs. Mary 

Crockett Ball '72 
Mrs. Mary Crockett Ball '72 
Bank of America 
Mr. and Mrs. William Barwick 
Mr. Ted Dwight Bayley '58 and Mrs. 

Ellen Kinsey Bayley '57 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beall 
Mr. Robert L. Boggus, Jr. '49 
Mr. Jason Breitfeller '98 and 

Mrs. Katherine H. Breitfeller '98 
Mrs. Ann Kennon Breslauer '82 
Mr. John Breton III '97 MBA '99 and 

Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Breton '02 
Mr. Nathan E. Briesemeister '94 
Mr. and Mrs. David Bucey 
Mr. James H. Burk '83 
Mr. Chad Ryan Burk 
Mr. W. Q. "Pete" Butler '69 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cairns 
Mr. Herman L. Campbell '39 
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Campbell 
Mrs. Susan Carlisle 
Chick-fil-A, Inc. 
Citigroup Foundation 
Mrs. Heather Andrews Clark '96 
Mr. Milton C. Clipper 
Mr. James M. Cook, Sr. '79 
Mr. Adam M. Corder '95 and 

Mrs. Rebecca Marasia Corder '91 
Mr. Robert B. Currey '66 and 

Mrs. Suzanne Straub Currey '65 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Davenport 
Mr. Brian A. Davis '94 
Mrs. Roberta H. Davis '94 
Mr. Phillip K. Deal '86 and 

Mrs. Maureen Rowe Deal '88 
Deloitte & Touche 
Mrs. Mono Tekin Diamond 
Ms. Toby Director 
Mr. Earl Dolive 

Dorian Software Creations, Inc. 
Mr. Timothy Doyle 
Jay S. Drotman Memorial Fund 
Ms. Jennifer DuBose '90 
Dr. Daniel M. Duncanson '85 
Mr. Christopher P. B. Erckert '86 
Ms. Kathleen M. Farrell '95 
Mrs. Donna Findling '96 
The First Families of Georgia 
Focus Brands 
Mr. William R. Foster '58 
Dr. Marilyn Fowle 
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Fowler 
Mrs. Donna Gainer '93 
Mr. David C.Garrett, Jr. (H) '99 
Dr. R. Derril Gay '62 
Mr. W. Elmer George '40 
Dr. John T. Goldthwait '43 
Mr. Harry N. Gordon 
Mr. Kenneth P. Gould '85 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grathwohl 
The Leonard and Jerry Greenbaum 

Family Foundation, Inc 
Mrs. Gonca Gursoy-Artunkal '88 
Mr. Scott T. Haight '89 



Mr. Robert L. Hall 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison 

Mr. Stuart Herman '50 and 

Ms. Elsie L. Adler 
Mr. J. Cleve Hill '01 
Mr. Thomas G. Hood '78 
IBM Corporation 

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta 
Mr. Richard C. Johnson '81 
Ms. Lavinia Johnston 
Mr. Robert M. Kane '81 
Dr. Mark A. Knautz '87 
Dr. Dale M. Kristle '78 

Mr. J. Smith Lanier II 

Mr. Brent W. Latham '97 

Ms. Cheryl D. Lea '03 

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lindburg 

Mr. William E. Lukow '95 

Ms. Gail Lynn '77 

Mr. Stephen E. Malone '73 

Martha and Wilton Looney Foundation 

Ms. Margaret A. McGinness '86 

Mr. Scott M. McKelvey '91 

Mr. James P. McLain 

Mr. J. Kevin Meaders '93 

Mr. Robert A. Milford '99 

Dr. and Mrs. John G. Moore 

Ms. Tamara S. Nash 

Northside United Methodist Church 

Mr. Thomas P. O'Connor '67 

Mr. Albert N. Parker 

Mrs. Anita Stevenson Patterson '97 

Dr. Manning M. Pattillo, Jr. 

Mrs. Deesi Thurston Phillips '76 

Mrs. Catherine M. Pittman '90 

Ms. Mary M. Prell 

Mr. Edwin Reitman 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Rizzo 

Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 

Mr. Clifford T. Robinson '89 and 

Mrs. Stacy Leigh Robinson '88 
Mr. Peter A. Rooney 
Mr. Carl T Roper, Jr. '57 
Mr. R. Alan Royalty '88 
Ms. Deborah L. Ryan 
Mrs. Virginia G. Salfisberg '42 
The Sallie Mae Fund 
Saluteamerica, Inc. 
Mr. Brian C. Sass '83 
Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough '65 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schall 
Dr. Lawrence M. Schall and 

Betty Londergan 
Mr. Eric M. Scharff '63 
Mr. Jeremiah Schultz '96 
Mr. Charles F. Scott '57 
Dr. Robert A. Sellards '91 
Col. B. W. Sellers, Jr. '64 and 

Mrs. Carole George Sellers '63 
Mr. Christopher M Sertich '81 
Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel '86 
Mr. Larry C. Shattles '67 
Mr. Michael Shirley '97 and 

Mrs. Marie Heflin Shirley '99 
Mr. David Smith 
Ms. Linda Spock 
Sprint Foundation 
Dr. and Mrs. Donald S. Stanton (H) '99 



?PE UNIVERSITY 



Mr. and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. 
Subaru of America Foundation 
Mr. James B. Swanson, Jr. 
Mr. Michael K. Szalkowski '88 and 

Mrs. Stephanie E. Szalkowski '89 
Dr. Linda J. Taylor 
Mr. Ashish N. Thakur '99 
Ms. Nancy Thomas 
Mr. Joseph E. Tomberlin '93 and 

Mrs Kristina Randall Tomberlin '93 
Mr. Bleecker Totten '5 1 
Drs. Pedro and Codetta Trejo 

Mr. Bernard van der Lande '76 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Varlan 
Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 and 

Mrs. Carol Lawhorn Watson '69 
Mr. Charles K. Weathers '68 
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Weldon 
Mr. Terry White 
Ms. Linda Willis 
Mr. J. Blake Young, Jr. 
Mr. John B. Zellars, Jr. '85 

SIDNEY LANIER SOCIETY 
GIFTS OF $500 - $999 

Anonymous 

Mrs. Annette Fry Adamiyatt '79 

Dr. J. Frederick Agel, Jr. '72 

Ms. Susan Harman Alou '84 

Mrs. Elizabeth Kidder Ambler '76 

Mrs. Rose Simmons Andrews '51 

Ms. Bambi Ellison Arnold '83 

Dr. Keith H. Aufderheide 

Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Bailey 

Ms. Ashley Barsoum 

BASF Corporation 

The Begley Family Foundation 

BKR Metcalf Davis 

Dr. Brooke N. Bourdelat-Parks '95 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Brattin '00 

Brooks, McGinnis, & Company LLC 

Dr. Roger A. Brooksbank '83 

Mr. David Buice 

Mrs. Lynne Bush 

Mr. Bill W. Carter '59 

Centurion-Eagle Auto Transport 

Mrs. Angela Clem Chattin '90 

Cherry, Bekaert & Holland, LLP 

Mr. William B. Christian '59 and 

Mrs. Barbara James Christian '62 
Citation Manufacturing Inc 
Mr. William M. Clifton '88 
Mr. and Mrs. John Corbett 
Mr. AlvinJ.Curkin '51 
Mrs. Reese E. Currie 
Mr. Talmage L. Dryman 
Dr. Mimi Milner Elrod '66 
Empire Entertainment & Travel 
Mr. Jim H. Faasse '96 
Dr. Beatrice Hasty Favre '64 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Folger 
Ms. Annette M. Friant '77 
Mr. William F. Gannon 
Mr. Alan J. Gibson '95 and 

Mrs. Teri Butler Gibson '95 
Mr. and Mrs. Marion B. Glover, Jr. 
Col. Sheldon I. Godkin '52 
Mr. James P. Gorman 
Mr. Jon E. Gundlach '90 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gussman 
Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, LLP 
Ms. Marion C. Haines '90 
Mr. Gary S. Hand '89 
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hanzsek, Jr. 
Dr. Bonnie S. Hayes 
Dr. Karen Head '98 
Mr. Morris Herzberg, Jr. 
Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta 



Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Hirshman 

Mr. William J. Hogan, Jr. '72 

Mr. Malcolm Holmes 

Drs. Philip Horton and Mary Tyson '79 

Hyman S. and Sadye Jacons 

Mr. Jonathan W. Johnson '89 
J. P. Morgan Chase Foundation 
Mrs. Helen King Kessler '68 
Mr. Douglas J. Ketterer and 

Ms. Jenean Marchese 
Ginger and Lucien M. Kimball 
Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt '90 
Mrs. Shannon M. Lambert '99 
Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large 
Ms. Mariruth Leftwich '99 
Ms. Lucy Leusch 
Mr. Stuart C. Levenson '67 
Mr. Mark S. Lisicky '82 
Mrs. Mary Louise Watkins MacNeil '51 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Maddox 
Mrs. Margaret Woodward 

Mathewes '55 
Mauldin& Jenkins CPA 
Mr. Scott D. McAdoo '75 
Maj. James C. McClanahan '41 
Mrs. Judith Carlisle McLeroy 
Ms. Laura Medley 
Mellon Financial Corporation 
Mr. Paul B. Miller '85 
Miller Ray Houser & Stewart, LLP 
Ms. Elizabeth Munson 
Dr. Philip J. Neujahrand 

Dr. Victoria Weiss 
Mr. Charles E. Newton '42 
Mr. Robert J. Nickles '74 MS '06 

and 
Mrs. Barbara Merscher Nickles '73 
Mr. Edward E. Noble 
The Vivian Bilby Noble Foundation Inc. 
Dr. J. Anthony Paredes '61 
Mr. David Reynolds Pass '98 
Mr. John C. Perner 
Mr. Thomas C. Port '68 and 

Mrs. Kathy McLeod Port '69 
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Potter 
Mr. Kenneth W. Powell '67 
Mrs. Suzie L. Rabinowitz 
Dr. W. Irwin Ray, Jr. 
The Reznik Group 
Dr. Beth Roberts 
Mr. David M. Ross '93 
Mr. Floyd D. Ruhl '67 
Mr. James M. Sibley 
Mr. Walter V. Slack '50 
Mr. John R. Smith '49 
Dr. Joseph A. Soldati '61 
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spence 
Dr. Elizabeth R. Taghechian '94 
Thomas E. Noonan Family Foundation 
Mr. Mark L. Tubesing '93 
Mr. Morris L. Tubesing '95 and 

Mrs. Pamela G. Tubesing 
Dr. Louise M. Valine 
Victaulic Company of America 
Mr. Stephen J. Walden 
Mr. and Mrs. William Wall 
Ms. Elizabeth D. Watts '93 
Ms. Caitlin Way '91 
Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Weismann '94 
Mr. James J. Williams '99 
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Willis 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Wingo 
The Winston-Salem Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. William Wise 
Mrs. Lin Odom Woodson '96 
Mr. John Wuichet '90 



JOHN THOMAS LUPTON SOCIETY 

Anheuser-Busch Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bernhardt 
Mrs. Jane Cowart Bloemer '52 
Mr. Steven Bloodworth '02 
Mrs. Kristin Reeder Boon '91 
Mr. James A. Bohart, Sr. 
Mrs. Muriel Lewis Bono '52 
Mrs. Emma Sewell Borders '69 
Mrs. Mary Frances Bowlan '54 
Ms. DebraJ. Bradley '82 
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bready 
Ms. Maria J. Bright '95 
Mr. and Mrs. Robin Brooks 
Ms. Veronica Brown '83 
Mr. William R. Brown, Jr. '50 
Dr. Michael A. Burke '83 
Mr. Robert F. Canavan '92 and 

Dr. Amy Langham Canavan '96 
Dr. James Patrick Capes '87 
Mrs. Christina Cheng 
Dr. L. Casey Chosewood '86 
CNA Foundation 

Computer Associates International, Inc. 
Mrs. Diane Williams Dalbo '98 and 

Mr. David Dalbo 
Mr. John C. Day, Jr. '64* 
Mr. Dean Thomas DeCencio '87 
Mr. James L. Delay '64 
Mrs. Laura Zaban Dinerman '68 
Mrs. Suzanne E. Dorough '04 
Ms. Leslie Adams Dove '90 
Dr. D. Peter Drotman and 

Ms. Carolyn N. Arakaki 
Mr. Timothy J. Evans '94 and 

Ms. Killian Edwards '94 
Ms. Sue M. Frueauff 
Mr. Josh W. Funderburke '00 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Gould 
Mr. Jeremy J, Greenup '99 
Mrs. Patsy Griffith Hamilton '75 
Mr. Kurt A. Hansen '89 and 

Mrs. Amy Baggett Hansen '91 
Dr. Jill Reiss Harper '94 
Mr. Donald G Hartman '67 
Mr. and Mrs. John Hines 
Mrs. Lynda Papini Hines '64 MAT '92 
Mr. Glenn Holleman '93 
Mr. SamG. Hudgins'61 
Ms. Loretta D. Hunt '94 
Mrs. Patricia Daniel Kapphahn '59 
Dr. J. Brien Key 
Mrs. Carol Lanier Lamer '87 
Mr. David M. Leach '97 
Mr. Wilfred J. LeBlanc '61 
Mr. Steven W. Levinsky '74 
Mr. Martin I. Lipson '71 
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Marsden 
Mr. Christopher J. McFadden '80 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Metcalf, Jr. 
Northwestern Mutual Foundation 
Mr. Roger J. Nydick '62 
James M. Parks Fund 
Mrs. Virginia Parler '99 
Mrs. Lynne Bilzing Parriott '77 
Mr. William E. Plowden, Jr. '67 
Dr. William E. Porter '87 
Mr. C. A. Bo Reddick IV 
Mrs. Vera V. Redwine '02 
Mrs. Paula Coker Rice '64 
Mr. Edward G. Riemenschneider '99 
Dr. James D. Rissler '98 and 

Mrs. Christina Burnham Rissler '98 
Mr. Jerel F.Rush '71 
Mrs. Tonya Gibson Russo '96 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sabsowitz 
Dr. Daniel L. Schadler 



Ms. Karen Anthony Schnick '02 

Mr. D. Brandon Smith '97 MBA '06 

Mr. Blake Stabler '00 

Mr. Matthew P. Stien '89 

Dr. Brad L. Stone 

Mr. Tharius D. Sumter '97 

Mrs. Karen Barrow Swenson '89 

Mr. James E. Tate IV '89 

Mr. and Mrs. S Scott Thompson 

Ms. June M. Tompkins '92 

Mr. Robert L. Unger 

Mrs. Kelly Holland Vrtis '97 

Ms. Teri A. Wall '89 

Mr. Raymond Lee Webb '59 

Wellpoint Foundation 

Mr. James A. Wood, Jr. '03 

Mr Kevin A. Woolf '00 

Mrs llene Roos Worman '66 

Mrs. Karen J. Young '81 



Anonymous 

Mr, Joseph J. Accardi '57 

Accenture Foundation, Inc. 

Dr. Charles P. Adams 

Dr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Amerson 

Dr. and Mrs. James Amerson 

Mrs. Linda Wishon Anderson '72 

Ms. Carol Arola 

Mrs Sue Ward Astley '87 

Hon. Henry C. Atchison '52 

Automatic Data Processing, Inc. 

Mr. Jon A. Axelberg '67 

Mrs. Kimberly Arp Babbit '93 

Mrs. Shannon Bagshaw '03 

Mr. Thomas M. Baird '68 

Mr. Brad A. Baldwin '88 

Mrs. Jamie Walker Ball '95 

Mr. Edmund A. Bator '53 and 

Mrs. Martha Mayson Bator '51 
Mr. Richard T. Battle, Sr. 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Baube 
Mr. John H. Beach, Jr. '78 
Mrs. Juliet Wang Belko '88 
BellSouth Corporation 
Mr. Christian Y. Benton 
Mr. Carl H. Bergman '66 
Mr. Timothy Berwager 
Mrs. Bennie Harris Black '74 
Mrs. Heidi M. Blackwell '99 
Dr. Jacqueline Miles Boles '56 
Mr. Manuel F. Bonilla 
Mrs. Amy Katz Bonn '99 
Mrs. Laura Brian Bradley '88 
Mr. Christopher C. Brantley '02 
Ms. Andrea Hope Breen '99 
Mr. Henry J. Broitman '91 
Mrs. Ann L. Brown '77 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown 
Dr. Steven L. Brown 
Mr. Matthew S. Broyles '99 
Mrs. Sue Goddard Bryant '84 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckley, Sr. 
Mrs. Catherine T. Burns '00 
Mr. Clancy S. Burrell '83 
Mr. and Mrs. Don Calder 
Mr. Steven T. Campbell '75 
Mrs. Kathryn Beatty Carr '73 
Mr. Richard Joseph Carter '65 
Mr. Brett Cave '99 and 

Mrs. AnnStinerCave'01 
Mr, Ronald Cenzalli '66 
Mr. Phillip R. Certain 
Mr. J. David Chesnut '61 and 

Mrs. Linda Crowe Chesnut '64 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Chimiklis 
Hyun Chong 

Dr. Soon Young Chung '70 
Dr. Marlene Hockenberry Cianci '59 
CARILLON 



Mrs. Anja Smith Clark '74 

Ms. Kysh Robinson demons '92 

Mr. and Mrs. Sammie J Cobb 

Mrs. Hazel Wilson Cofield '53 

Ms. Emily Collefte 

Dr. Jeffrey Collins 

The Columns Group 

Ms. Vicki Jan Conway '72 

Ms. Leigh M. Cooper '04 

LTC. George M. Corcoran '73 

Mr. Frank Corrigan 

Ms. Ann Marie Crochet '92 

Mrs. Mary D. Crosby 

Mrs. Lynn Lasater Crowley '74 

Ms. Tanya M. Crump 

Cumberland Die Supply Company, Inc 

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Currie 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darland 

Mr. Steven F. Day '77 and 

Mrs. Alexis Jan Lazor Day '77 

Mr. Thomas E. Deacon '60 and 

Mrs. Jeannette Seward Deacon '64 
Ms. Cristine Deaver '96 
Mr. Mark W. DeLong '03 
Mr. Lewis B. DeRose '57 
Ms. Patricia Baker DeRose '58 
Mrs. Heather W. Dockweiler '02 
Mr. Rodney S. Drinkard '92 
Mr. Douglas Robert Dubay '85 and 

Mrs. Cynthia Bjurmark Dubay '87 
Mr. Don L. Edwards 
Mr. Steven J. Edwards 
Mrs. Eva H. English '83 
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ernst 
Mr. and Mrs. John Ernst 
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Everette 
Mr. Atauar Faruquee '60 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feldman 
Mr. Brian E. Findley '99 and 

Mrs. Susan C. Findley '99 
Mrs. Lynette Ossinsky Fine '80 
Mr, John Finnigan III 
Mr. David W. Fischer '92 
The Rev. John M. Flanigen, Jr. '50 
Rev, Mandy Sloan Flemming '00 
Mrs. Jean Callaway Fletcher '60 
Mr. Hugh J. Floyd '43 
Dr. Dianne Jones Ford '77 
Mr. George L. Forman '67 
Ms. Dina Foster 
Mrs. Dayle Sutton Fowler '90 
Mrs. Mary Bob Cooper Fox '63 
Mrs. Lisa Alford Freschi '90 
Mr. W. Hunt Fulwiler 
Ms. Ekaterina Galperina '96 
Mr. Joseph P. Gardiner 
Ms. Pang Cha Yim '94 
Mr. Michael A. Gerber 
Mr. Glenn Gibson '62 
Mr. Arthur L. Glynn 
Mr. Kevin M. Goff '84 and 

Mrs. Patricia Bourne Goff '84 
Dr. AnnRita Levis Hader '76 
Mrs. Ashley Zimmerman Hamilton '01 
Mr. D. Dwayne Hanberry '88 and 

Mrs. Charis Andrews Hanberry '88 
Mr. Benjamin J. Hanes '98 
Miss Etta Lou Hanken '72 
Mrs. Jill Cofer Harris '77 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Haviland 
Ms. Katrina Heath '93 
Dr. Sandra L. Hedge '68 
Ms. Betsy Henderson '89 
Mr. Greg Henderson 
Ms. Andrea C. Hestley '70 
Dr. J. Clark Hill'93 and Mrs. 

Doreen Hart Hill '91 
Ms. Kelli K. Hill 
Dr. James H. Hinson, Jr. '49 and 



Mrs. Doris Pickens Hinson '49 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hofstetter 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Hollums 
Ms. Danielle Holm '05 
Mrs. September Holstad '04 
Ms. Misty N. Hood '00 
Mr. Jack I. Hosford '49 
Ms. Susanne W. Howe 
Ms. Carol Ohl Hudson '82 
Mr. F. Harvey Hudson '61 
Mr. Simon Geoffrey Hukin '96 and 

Mrs. Amy Elizabeth Hukin '95 
Mrs. Catherine O. Ingersoll '56 
Mr. Michael A. Israelite '72 
Mr. Alex Ivanov 
Ms. Chora Fisher Jackson '94 
Mr. J. Robert Jackson '67 
Mrs. Jo Jagoda 
Mr. Jeremiah J. Jeffra '99 
Ms. Rachelle Jeffreys-Bell 
Mrs. Carol C. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. M. Chris Johnson 
Ms. Joyce C. Jones '76 
Drs. Karl Jost and Lori Schmied 
Mr. Jason Karnes '97 
Dr. and Mrs. Jim Kasperbouer 
Mr. Michael Kay '71 
Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Kee 
Ms. Kristen A. Keirsey 
Mr. Michael D. Kelly '97 
Dr. John D. King '56 
Mr. Joel H. Kleiner '70 
Mrs. Deborah Jobe Koehler '72 MA ' 
Mrs. Sally Rich Kolb '75 
Mr. George J. Kopec 
Mr. Wayne Kramer 
Mr. Stuart A. Kurtz '73 
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Law Jr. 
Mrs. Rebecca White Leavell '91 
Mr, Lance L. Leitzel '91 
Mr. Christopher J. Lenz '91 
Mr. David M. Leonard 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Levi 
Ms. Pamela Grossman Levin '69 
Mrs. Stacey Bronstein Levin '86 
Mrs. Sylvia Aratlin Lingle '40 
Mr. Robin Lohfert '03 
Mr. Louis T. Lombardy '69 
Maj. Lee London, Jr. '71 
Ms. Deborah B. Love '08 
Dr. Raymond H. Lucas '86 
Mr. Joseph C. Luke IV '04 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lykens 
Mr. and Mrs. Steve MacDonald 
Macy's 

Mr. Robert L. Manning '64 
Mrs. Ruth Parham Manning '74 
Ms. Julie L. Marlowe '85 
Ms. Gwendolyn J. Marshall '90 
Ms. Jeanie Franco Marx '64 
Mrs. Judith S. Massey '63 
Mr. Jeffrey B. Matthews '71 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mazzarino 
Mrs. Linda Triguero McCormick '82 
Mr. Lester McGukin '56 and 

Mrs. Lois Weems McGukin '57 
Ms. Virginia McLeod 
Mr. Anthony R. Melillo '70 
Mr. Kevin L. Mende '73 
Mrs. Helen Maddox Menefee '87 
Mr. Joseph R. Menez '70 
Mr. David Menoni '98 
Merck Company Foundation 
Mr. Michael Messonier '01 
Dr. C. M. Mickey Metcalf '63 
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. Milder 
Mrs. Joan Phillips Millar '64 
Mr. James J. Millard '62 
Ms. Vicki Miller 



Mr. James P. Milton '57 

Mr. Charles Moehrke, Jr. 

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Morgan Stanley Matching Gifts Progran 

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Miss Tommye Mueller '45 

Mrs. Creche Kern Navarro '98 and 

Mr. Jorge Navarro '98 
Mrs. Sybil Sanders Neel '55 
Mr. Charles D. Nicholas '82 
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Ms. Vicky Nixon 
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Col. H. David O'Malie '56 
Dr. John D. Orme 
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Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Park 
Mr. Cody L. Partin '02 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pattillo 
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Mrs. Joyce Gravel Pettus '62 
Philips Electronics 
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Ms. Harriet Rogers Powell '86 
Ms. Jackie Powers 
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Ms. Vivian K. Pyle 
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pyron 
Mr. Jeff Pyron '97 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rader 
Mr. Thomas R. Ragland 
Mr. and Mrs. Waymond Ray 
Raytheon Company 
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Mrs. Wendy Pearson Robertson '89 
Ms. Kelly Robinson 
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Dr. Wendy Kurant Rollins '90 
Mr. Glen C. Rose '65 
Mrs. Penelope McCulloch Rose '65 
Dr. and Mrs. William T. Ross III 
Mr. Mark Alan Rowland '71 
Dr. Michael K. Rulison and 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Rulison '84 
Ryder Systems Charitable Foundation 
S E I - Atlanta, LLC 
Mr. Michael B. Saffron '76 
Ms. Anne Salter 

Ms. Christine N. Scarborough '00 
Mr. Steven Schall 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schewe 
Mrs. Barbara Ostipwko Schmich '75 
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Mr. Andrew David Schutt '95 and 

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert Soby 
Mr. W. Scott Soloway '87 and 



Mrs. Stacy McDonald Soloway '86 
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State Farm Insurance Company 
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Mrs. Ruth Adair Stephenson '80 
Dr. William F. Straley 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Suddes 
Mr. Christopher R. Summers '03 and 

Mrs. Kimberty Vox Summers '03 MAT '07 
Sun Microsystems Foundation 
Mrs. Mary Denton Suttle '68 
Mrs. Christine Graf Taggart '88 
Tamarah and Steven Brown 



Che 



able Fund 



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Mr. Matthew S. Thompson '93 

Mr, Neil H. Tofsky '74 and 

Mrs. Pam Crystal Tofsky '76 
Mrs. Jane Barrow Tracy '95 
Ms. Mary Elaine Traer '66 
Mr. T. Charles Truett, Jr. '88 and 

Mrs. Kimberly Rouleau Truett '88 
The Hon. Woodrow Tucker '44 
Mr. Daniel L. Uffner, Jr. '51 
Ms. Elizabeth S. Vantine 
Verizon Foundation 
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Mrs. Diane Dubay Walker '86 
Mr. David Lewis Warwick '69 
Mr. Robert C. Watkins, Jr. 
Mr. Gary Wenger '61 and 

Mrs. Ann Klein Wenger '58 
Mrs. Barbara Rose Westfall '72 
Mr. Charles L. White '63 
Mr. Joe E. White '56 
Mrs. Eleanor Yedvob Whiteside '65 
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AEGON USA, Inc. 

Ms. Nita Ailion 

Mr. Jon Akin 

Ms. Jeanne C. Allen 

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Dr. Carlo Hall Alphonso '95 

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Atlanta Gas Light Company 

Atlanta Journal Constitution 

Ms. Sandra Lynch Aufderheide '83 

MAT '98 
Mrs. Ethyl Fadden Ault '61 
Mrs. Deborah Roach Avery '75 
AXA Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ayers 
Ms. Tina Bacon 
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Ms. Donna E. Baggelt 
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Ms. Sandra L. Bagwell 
Mr. Michael S. Bahary '79 
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Mrs. Judith Skiles Baker '63 
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Ms. Leah W Balch '08 
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Ms. Terry R. Ball 
Mr. Christopher A. Bailor '93 and 

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Mr. Bruce Bartnick 
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Ms. Dorothea L. Beebe 
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Mrs. Verna Miller Berthelsen '43 
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Ms. Holly Beyersmith 
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Ms. Diana M. Blake '73 
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Ms. Maureen Blando 
Mrs. Anna Zaibel Blau '70 
Mrs. Enrique E. Bledel 
Ms. Patricia R. Bloodworth 
BNSF Railway Company 
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Mr. Richard Lewis Boggs III '93 
Ms. Patricia A. Bolton '07 
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David Bordeaux 



Mrs. Joanne R. Bossert 

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Ms. Jennifer Suvoski Bowers '94 

Ms. Linda P. Bowles 

Mr. Jonathan Braatz 

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Mr. Charles S. Bradford 

Mr. John T. Brady III 

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Ms. Juanita B. Brandon 

Ms. Frances Brandt 

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Lt. Col. Richard A. Briggs '88 

Mrs. Kathleen Moran Brink '89 

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Ms. Kathryn S. Brooks '98 

Mr. Steven H. Brooks '91 

Mr and Mrs. Marvin Brooks, Jr. 

Ms. Ann R. Brown '89 

Mrs. Charlesey W. Brown 

Ms Helga Brown 

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Mrs. Helen Kibler Browning '70 

Lt. Col. John B. Brush 

Ms. LeKim S. Bryant '02 

Mr. Michael S. Bryant '69 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bryson 

Ms. Caroline L. Budd 

Ms. Maria A. Buenaventura '02 

Mr. James O. Bundy '64 and 

Mrs. Jane Lincoln Bundy '64 
Ms. Frances B. Bunzl 
Ms. Rhonda Burd 
Ms. Patricia Burditt 
Rev. James R. Burgess III '72 
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Mrs. Kathryn B. Burke 
Ms. Barbara M. Busby 
Mrs. Maritta M. Bush '86 
Ms. Sara L. Bush 
Mrs. Joan Robb Butler '49 
Mr. M. Tyus Butler '35 
Mrs. Shahina S. Butler '02 
Mrs. Amy E. Butler-Zapatka '07 
Mrs. Diane Willis Butts '93 
Ms. Nancy H. Byrne '82 
Ms. Laurette W. Cadres '01 
Mr. and Mrs. James Cady 
Ms. Marilyn Cain 
Mrs. Sylvia Smith Caley '83 
Mrs. Nancy Tarrant Calhoun '60 MA '75 
Mr. and Mrs. James Callender 
Ms. Lori Calupca '92 MA '96 
Mr. Robert A. Calvert, Jr. '64 
Ms. Lisa S. Cameron 
Mr. James W. Campbell 
Ms. Megan E. Campbell '08 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Campbell 
Ms. Cynthia Candler 
Dr. Mark A. Caprio '94 
Mr and Mrs. Joseph Cardwell 
Mrs. Marion B. Carels 
Mrs. Joanne McElroy Carman '65 
Ms. Melissa M. Carman 
Ms. Ingrid V. Carmichael 
Ms. Stephanie E. Carouthers '96 
Ms. Carolyn Carr 
Mr. Edward Carroll 
Mr. James E. Carroll '65 
Mr. Carl Carson 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carson 
Ms. Beverly L. Carter 
Mrs. Christine Hathaway Carter '94 
Ms. Irene Carter 



Miss Nancy T. Carter '73 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Philip Carver 

Mrs. Anne A. Casey '07 

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Mrs. Holly H. Caswell '96 

Mrs. Mary Williams Cazalas '54 

Mr.and Mrs. Maurice J. Cecchini 

Mrs. Natalie H. Cekan '03 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Celo 

Dr. Paula Haver Chambers '69 

Mr. Michael Chang 

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Mr, and Mrs. Bob Chelemer 

Mr. Daniel M. Chessin 

Mr. Charles D. Chetwynd '69 

Mr. J.mmyChildre, Jr. 

Mr. Brian B. Chimiklis '08 

Ms. Catherine Chiou 

Mr. Marvin Chisolm 

Mrs. Joyce Odom Chrislianson '48 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Chunka 

Ms. Martha J. Church '67 

Cingular Wireless 

Mr. Carl N. Clark '38* 

Mrs. Cathy Ayer Clark '79 

Mr. James Raymond Clarke '74 

Ms. Kemoy Clarke '08 

Dr. Michael J. Claxton '94 

Mrs. Nikki McCoy demons '68 

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Ms. Sherry A. Clive 

Ms. Katie Coakley '00 

Mr and Mrs. R. A. Cobbaert 

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Ms. Ann Cofer 

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Ms. Bonnie E. Cohen '92 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cohen 

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Ms. Joyce Cohrs 

Ms. Lynne Colin 

Mr, Tom Collens '05 

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Ms. Kathryn J. Collins 

Ms. Mary Collins 

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Ms. Debara Colmer 

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Ms. Debra Combs 

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Ms. Beth Eckard Concepcion '90 

Ms. Elizabeth Cone 

Dr. Ava Marie Salerno Conlin '90 

Mr. Tim Connolly 

Ms. Ember Uziel Conslantin '91 

Ms. Linda Conway 

Mr. Miles R. Cook '75 

Mrs. Oreta Cox Cook '66 

Mr. Peter Coon 

Ms. Ashley A. Cooper '08 

Ms. Cecilia Cooper '06 

Mr. Frances P. Cooper 

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Ms. Judy L. Cooper 

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Mr. and Mrs. Josh Coughlin 

Ms. Kathy Countin 

Mr. and Mrs. Joel Cowan 

Ms. Linda K. Coworl 

Mr. Robert K, Cowhig, Jr. '70 and 

Mrs. Lynn Allison Cowhig '70 
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Mrs. Theresa Linebarger Cox '97 
Ms. Stacy S. Cox '07 
Ms. Jillian D. Crawford '06 
Mrs. Kay Kilpatrick Crawford '63 



Mrs. Alice Callaway Crenshaw '50 

Mrs. Alina K. Crews 

Mrs. Shaniece Broadus Criss '02 

Ms. Mandara Cromwell 

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Mr. Ron Crowder 

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Mrs. Hallie Beasley Cullen '65 

Mrs. Rose Cunningham 

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Ms. Sandra J. Cykes 

Mr. Edgar O. Daffin '67 

Estate of Frederick S. Daiger III '38* 

Ms. Nicole Monique Dale '01 

Mrs. Susan Hollinshead Dalton '63 

Mr Joseph D. Damour '07 

Mrs. Elizabeth Parra Dang '98 

Mrs. Carol Zee Daniel '70 

Ms. Kimberly Watkins '01 

Ms. Sarah S. Darby '08 

Mrs. Joan Darrow 

Mr. Gregory L. Daspit '97 and 

Mrs. Angela Bartlett Daspit '98 
Mrs. Gail Wynn Davidson '60 
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Ms. Amy E. Davis '05 
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Dr. and Mrs. S. Carter Davis, Jr. 
Ms. Shirley Peterson Davis '82 
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Mr. Tony de Give 
Ms. Donna DeLa Haye 
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Ms. Barbara A. Deberdt '07 
Mrs. Joan Morris Dechovitz '79 
Mr. John P. DeFino '71 
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Ms. Barbara Del Neno 
Dr. Ann P. Delafte '56 
Mr. John Demicco 
Mrs. Caroline Vinson Dennis '96 
Mr. Ronald J. Dennis 
Dr. Verline Dixon Dennis '65 
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Ms. Cynthia Y. Dersch 
Ms. Tiffany R. Desrosiers '08 
Mr. Richard Dew and 

Ms. Donna Johnson 
Ms. Patsy Dickerson 
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Mrs. Lisa Diedrich '96 
Ms. L. Natalie Dietz '98 
Mr. Hemanth Digumarthi '02 
Mrs. Marianne McWilliams Dillard '57 
Ms. Sharon DiMarco 
Ms. Christine Dimuzio 
Mrs. Claire M. Dionne '96 
Ms. Carolyn Y. Dishman 
Mrs. Wilma B. Dixon '62 
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Mr. Paul R. Donald, Jr. '64 
Mrs. Elaine Shiflett Dooley '63 
Ms. Carolyn Dougherty 
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Mr. Ira Jay Dreyfuss '75 
Mrs. Judith Hunt Drobinski '84 
Mr. Adrian D. Drost 
Mr. E.JackDrummond '85 
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Mrs. Elizabeth B. Dubose '00 
Ms. Edna Duchon 
Dr. Joseph B. Duckworth '59 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Dugenske 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunn 



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and Mrs. Jessica M. Dusang '99 
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Ms. Phyllis Edwards 
Ms. Linda D. Effron 
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Ms. Sue L. Elkins 
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Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Ellis 
Ms. Rebecca Ellis '97 
Mr. and Mrs. John Embleton 
Ms. Pamela England 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Englander 
Ms. Julie Englander and Mr. Frank Hil 
Mr. David Engle 
Mr. John J. Esterline '08 
Mrs. Amy Zickus Estes '94 MBA '01 
Mr. William J. Evans 
Ms. Laurette Evora 
Exxonmobil Foundation 
Mrs. Sharon Velinsky Fagin '85 
Mr, O. Navarro Faircloth '65 and 

Dr. Kathleen Pitts Faircloth '66 
Dr. Fereydoon Family 
Mr. and Mrs. E-Chao Fang 
Ms. Mu-Hung Fang '05 
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Mr. Brickford L. Faucette '08 
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Mr. Bob L. Fesperman '83 
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Ms. Jacqueline Fincher 
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Mrs. Rhiannon N. Fink '02 
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Mr. John R. Fisher '51 
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Mrs. Barbara Howard Flanigan '76 
Ms. Elizabeth C. Flick 
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Mrs. Amy Myers Flinn '00 
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Anne Foley and Pat Rabbitt 
Mrs. Marcy Mantler Ford '72 
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Ms. Laura Fowler '84 
Mr. Phil Fowler 

Mrs. Carolyn L. Frangiamore '64 
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Ms. Christina Rice Freeman '58 
Mrs. Lynn Andreasen Freeman '70 
Mrs. Elizabeth Mathieu Frias '55 
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Ms. Hilde Friese 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fulbright, Sr. 
Ms. Dori H. Fuller 
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Ms. Francesco Y. Funderburk '08 
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Mr. Jon P. Gabriel '06 
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Mr.and Mrs. Robert C. Galloway 

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Mrs. Linda H. Garriga '94 

Mr. Eric J. Garvey '87 

Ms. Julia A. Gates '08 

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Ms. Krystal D. Gayle '08 

Ms. Miriam D. Geiss 

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie T. Gentry 

Ms. Anna A. George '03 

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Ms. Jodie Sexton Goff '01 

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Ms. Katie Goodman 

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Mr. Gary L. Gorrel 

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Mr. Ryan M. Goudelocke '00 

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Mr. Samuel L. Graddy III 

Ms. Melissa C. Grammont 

Ms. Jessica A. Graner '08 

Mr. Geoffrey Grant 

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Mrs. Alexandra Kay Gray '93 
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Mrs. Isabel Tonks Gray '33 
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Mrs. Marilyn McNeal Mock '74 MA '79 
Mr. Keith A. Griffin '08 
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Jari B. Grimm 
Ms. Hannah B. Grisar '99 
Ms. Erica N. Grishkat '06 
Mrs. Telete Richards Grotefend '51 



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Ms. Michele Anne Guy '87 
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Mrs. Lisa K. Gyllenswan '98 
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Ms. Eadie Hahn 
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Mr. and Mrs. Chad Hale 
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Ms. Abby Hammond '08 
Ms. Barbara P. Hammond 
Dr. Hugo S. Hammond '59 
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Kapp Koncepts, Inc 

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Neuropsychiatric Associates of Illinois 
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Palmetto Beverage Management Corp. 


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Solomon & Gordon 
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Spell Press Davis Sauro, PC 
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St. Pius X Catholic High School 
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Strassman Insurance Services, Inc. 
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Tenet Healthcare Foundation 
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UnumProvident Corporation 

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Dr. Martha Vardeman 

Ms. Joan M. Varlan '99 

Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lee Vaughan 

Ms. Judith M. Vaughn '74 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Vickers 

Dr. Vienna K. Volante 

Ms. Kathryn A. Wade 

Ms. Kimberly Johnson Walker '00 

Mrs. Margaret Blackman Walker '58 

Mr. Reid W. Walker 

Ms. KirstenM. Pull '01 

Ms. Judith Carol Wallis '73 MA '74 

Mr. Kevin D. Walmsley '89 

Ms. Anne Walton 

Walton High School 

Mr. Ralphton E. Warlick '70 

Mr. Martin Warner and 

Ms. Paula A. Dale 
Mrs. Celia Vecchio Warren '79 
Mrs. Carolyn Constangy Wasser '79 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Waters 
Ms. An'Renae V. Watkins '08 
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny I. Watkins 
Mrs. Janet Barnett Weaver '83 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weaver 
Mrs. Ethel Law Webb '62 
Mr. Joshua Weber 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weber 
Mrs. Gloria Holbert Webster '50 
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wehrle 
Mrs. Betty U. Weiland 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weinberg 
Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Weintraub 
Mr. and Mrs. Jed Weisman 
Mr. Andrew R. Weiss '71 
Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger '94 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Welch 
Ms. Lolita Welch '92 
Mr. William R. Welch 
Mrs. Tracey Weller 
Mrs. Nancy Charnley Welty '67 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. West 
Mr. Frances H. Westbrook 
Ms. Paulette K. Westener 
Mrs. Susan Perlin Wetzel '85 
Mr. Piers J. Weyant 
Dr. and Mrs. Morgan N. Whaley, Sr. 
Ms. Wilma Whatley 
Mr. Dennis M. Wheeler '76 
Mr. David Whitcomb 
Mr. Alan White '75 



Mr Don G. White 

Ms. Kathryn White 

Mr. Larry C. White '69 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. White 

Ms. Sharon L. White '07 

Dr. Stephen W White '66 

Ms. Wanda White 

Mr. William B. White 

Ms Clare Whitfield 

Ms. Susan B. Whitlock 

Ms. Gail Whitworth 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Wiggins 

Ms. Hannah M. Wiles '08 

Mr. James F. Williams 

Ms. Jean Williams 

Mr. John Williams 

Mr Tolliver Williams '99 

Mrs. Miriam W. Williams '96 

Mr. Richard P. Williams '75 

Ms. Tern L. Williams 

Mr. Peter Willis 

Mrs. Anita Gegan Willoughby '85 

Mr. Donald R. Wilson, Jr '71 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Wilson '91 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wilson 

Mr. Ricky Winn 

Mr. Thomas L. Winn '63 

Mr. John H. Winsness '64 and 

Mrs Charlotte Smith Winsness '6 
Mr. and Mrs. Thorne S. Winter III 
Mr. and Mrs. David Winters 
Dr. Jason M. Wirth 
Ms. Teresa Wise 
Mr, and Mrs. Rick Withrow 
Mrs. Ann Lenzer Wodraska '84 
Ms. Jaime Wojdowski '03 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wojdowski 
Mrs. Mary Carol Wollenhaupt '02 
Mr. Frances M. Wood 
Mr. Alan Woods 
Ms. Jean Woodull 
Ms. Patricia Beth Wool '77 
Dr. Verna L. Wool 
The Wool Family Foundation 
Dr. Alan N. Woolfolk 
Ms. Danielle Wright '04 
Mr. Lodian Douglas Wright 
Mrs. Joyce Arnold Wyckoff '66 
Mrs. Elizabeth P. Wyzykowski '95 
Dr. Michael W. Yarbrough '72 
Mr. and Mrs. Farris F. Yates 
Ms. Susan H. Yi '08 
Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto '89 
Ms. Ann E. Zafiroulis '87 
Mr. Nate Zahn '69 
Mr. Jamil Zainaldin 
Ms. Lori Zboran '94 
Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Zeller 
Mr, and Mrs. Malcolm Zellner 
Mr. Jonathan A. Zerby '70 
Ms. Duo Zhou '08 
Ms. Mary Zimnik 
Mr. Alan Zwicker '05 

* Deceased 

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ALUMNI DONORS BY CLASS YEAR 

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alumni who contributed to the university 
between July 1 , 2007 and June 30, 
2008. Your continued support and 
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Class of 1932 
Participation: 25% 

Mr. Hewlett Bagwell * 



Class of 1933 
Participation: 20% 

Mrs. Isabel Tonks Gray 
Class of 1935 
Participation: 1 8% 

Mr. M. Tyus Butler 

Estate of Helen Bivings Crawford 

Class of 1937 

Participation: 10% 

Estate of M. A. Rikard * 

Class of 1938 

Participation: 27% 

Mr. Lyman C. Aldrich 

Mr. Carl N. Clark * 

Estate of Frederick S. Daiger III * 

Class of 1939 

Participation: 13% 

Mr. Herman L. Campbell 

Mrs. Ruth Lowther Massengale 

Class of 1940 

Participation: 8% 

Mr. W. Elmer George 

Mrs. Sylvia Aratlin Lingle 

Class of 1941 

Participation: 13% 

Maj. James C. McClanahan 

Mrs. Lillian Cable Williams 

Class of 1942 

Participation: 11% 

Mr John Meacham, Jr. 

Mr. Charles E. Newton 

Mrs. Virginia G. Salfisberg 

Mrs. Jeanne Fuller Schmidt 

Class of 1943 

Participation: 1 2% 

Mrs. Verna Miller Berthelsen 

Mr. Hugh J. Floyd 

Dr. John T. Goldthwait 

Class of 1944 

Participation: 1 8% 

Mr. David E. McCormick 

Dr. Jay McDuffie 

The Hon. Woodrow Tucker 

Class of 1945 

Participation: 7% 

Miss Tommye Mueller 

Class of 1 947 

Participation: 7% 

Mrs. Dorothy Hooks McDuffie 

Class of 1948 

Participation: 25% 

Mrs. Joyce Odom Christianson 

Mrs. Florence Richardson James 

Dr. Thomas N. Pirkle 

Class of 1949 

Participation: 20% 

Mr. Robert L. Boggus, Jr. 

Mrs. Joan Robb Butler 

Mrs. Doris Pickens Hinson 

Dr. James H. Hinson, Jr. 

Mrs. Marjorie McClung Holliday 

Mr. Jack I. Hosford 

Mr. John R. Smith 

Class of 1950 

Participation: 20% 

Mr. William R. Brown, Jr. 

Mrs. Alice Callaway Crenshaw 

The Rev. John M. Flanigen, Jr. 

Mr. Stuart Herman 

Miss Sylvia Plapinger 

Mr. Ernest Procalo 

Mr. Walter V. Slack 

Mrs. Gloria Holbert Webster 

Class of 1951 

Participation: 26% 

Mrs. Rose Simmons Andrews 

Mrs Martha Mayson Bator 

Mr. AlvinJ.Curkin 

Mr. John R. Fisher 



Mrs. Martha Sibley George 

Mrs. Telete Richards Grotefend 

Mrs. Mary Louise Watkins MacNeil 

Mr. Marvin Packer 

Mr. Jack W. Strouss, Jr. 

Mr. Bleecker Totten 

Mr. Daniel L. Uffner, Jr. 

Class of 1952 

Participation: 26% 

Mr. J. Frederick Agel, Sr. 

Hon. Henry C. Atchison 

Mrs Jane Cowart Bloemer 

Mrs. Muriel Lewis Bono 

Col. Sheldon I. Godkin 

Mr. James E. Henderson 

Mrs. Jean Horton Henderson 

Mr. Robert F. Moskowitz 

Mr. Joseph T. Overton 

Class of 1953 

Participation: 14% 

Mr. Edmund A. Bator 

Mrs. Hazel Wilson Cofield 

Dr. James L. Cox 

Mrs. Gwendolyn Moss Lewis 

Mrs. Louise Hightower Martin 

Mrs. Marian Marcus Packer 

Mr. O. K. Sheffield, Jr. 

Class of 1954 

Participation: 13% 

Mrs. Mary Frances Bowlan 

Mrs. Mary Williams Cazalas 

Mr. Harold L. Cochran 

Mrs. AvaHartJarboe 

Miss Dorothy S. Rawlins 

Mrs. Cynthia May Spann 

Class of 1955 

Participation: 20% 

Mrs. Nona Jones Bell 

Mrs. Sara Steinberg Fine 

Mrs. Elizabeth Mathieu Frias 

Dr. Elizabeth L. Jones-Lukacs 

Mrs. Margaret Woodward Mathewes 

Mr. Fred A. Miller, Jr. 

Mrs. Sybil Sanders Neel 

Mrs. Grace Suder Porter 

Mr. R. M. Reynolds, Jr. 

Class of 1956 

Participation: 17% 

Mrs. Lynn Hallford Banks 

Dr. Jacqueline Miles Boles 

Dr. Ann P. Delatte 

Mrs. Catherine O. Ingersoll 

Dr. John D. King 

Dr. Robert W. Lovett 

Mr. Lester McGukin 

Col. H. David O'Malie 

Mr. Donald H. Rubin 

Mr. Joe E White 

Class of 1957 

Participation: 23% 

Mr. Joseph J. Accardi 

Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Bayley 

Mrs. Ann Breedlove 

Mr. Howell Breedlove 

Mr. Lewis B. DeRose 

Mrs. Marianne McWilliams Dillard 

The Rev. Samuel W. Edleman, Jr. 

Mr. Harry Letcher Greene 

Mr. Joel D. Lynch 

Mrs. Lois Weems McGukin 

Mr. James P. Milton 

Mrs. Emily Griswell Murray 

The Rev. John W. Norton 

Dr. Robert Boyd Oliver 

Mrs. Frances Creekmore Portwood 

Mr. Carl T Roper, Jr. 

Mr. Charles F. Scott 

Mr. William Charles Smith 

Mrs. Patricia Inge Tagg 



CARILLON 



Class of 1958 
Participation: 37% 

Mr. Ted Dwight Bayley 

Ms. Peggy O'Neal Compton 

Ms. Patricia Baker DeRose 

Mr. Clinton L. Fincher 

Mr. William R. Foster 

Ms. Christina Rice Freeman 

Col. (Ret.) John E. Harms 

Mrs. Linda Robuck Hoffman 

Dr. Jack C. Lane 

Mr. John H. Lummus 

Mrs. Doris Eisenberg Lynch 

Mrs. Ha Ann Varelmann McCoy 

Mrs. Betty Stokes McGarity 

Mrs. Ina Foster Moore 

Mr. J. Alan Moore 

Mrs. Rosalie Brookshaw North 

Mr. William E. Scott 

Miss Mary Anne Sharp 

Dr. Albert P. Sheppard 

Mrs. Mildred Jackson Speights 

Mrs. Martha Adams Thompson 

Mrs. Margaret Blackman Walker 

Mrs. Ann Klein Wenger 

Dr. Hines L. Wommack 

Class of 1959 

Participation: 20% 

Mr. Bill W. Carter 

Mr. William B. Christian 

Dr Marlene Hockenberry Cianci 

Dr. Joseph B. Duckworth 

Mrs. Margaret Young Edleman 

Dr. Hugo S. Hammond 

Mr. Floyd G. Hopkins 

Mrs. Patricia Daniel Kapphahn 

Mrs. Janne Jolley Lane 

Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss 

Mr. Andrew J. Olsen 

Mrs. Lucy Lindsey Smith 

Mr. Raymond Lee Webb 

Class of 1960 

Participation: 16% 

Mrs. Nancy Tarrant Calhoun 

Mrs. Gail Wynn Davidson 

Mr. Thomas E. Deacon 

Mr. Jay D. Dye 

Mr. Atauar Faruquee 

Mrs. Jean Callaway Fletcher 

Mrs. Barbara Marsh Gotsch 

Mrs. Virginia House Howard 

Dr. Robert D. Martin, M.D. 

Ms. Nancy Schaller Simmons 

Class of 1961 

Participation: 29% 

Mrs. Ethyl Fadden Ault 

Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen 

Mr. J. David Chesnut 

Mr. James C. Harvey 

Mr. Sam G. Hudgins 

Mr. F. Harvey Hudson 

Mr. E. Pendleton Jones 

Mr. Ronald R. Knopf 

Mr. Wilfred J. LeBlanc 

Dr. Edward A. Leonard 

Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch 

Mr. L. Silas Moore, Jr. 

Mrs. Barbara Coffey Olsen 

Dr. J. Anthony Paredes 

Dr. Joseph A. Soldati 

Dr. Margaret P. Thrasher 

Mr. Gary Wenger 

Class of 1962 

Participation: 20% 

Mrs. Virginia Chase Bartels 

Mrs. Paula Hofmann Bell 

Mr. Norman R. Burgin 

Mrs. Barbara James Christian 

Mrs. Wilma B. Dixon 

I OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



Dr. R. Derril Gay 

Mr. Glenn Gibson 

Mr. James W. Hazelwood, Jr. 

Mrs. Rebecca Harbor Jones 

Mr. John D. Kuiken 

Dr. Bertram J. Levy 

Hon. Robert P. Mollis 

Mr. James J. Millard 

Mr. Roger J. Nydick 

Mrs. Joyce Gravel Pettus 

Mrs. Ethel Law Webb 

Class of 1963 

Participation: 25% 

Mr. Albert Nathan Baer 

Mr. Arnold W. Baker 

Mrs. Judith Skiles Baker 

Mrs. Kay Kilpatrick Crawford 

Mrs. Susan Hollinshead Dalton 

Mrs. Elaine Shiflett Dooley 

Dr. Edward N. Feldman 

Mrs. Mary Bob Cooper Fox 

Mrs. Barbara Dexter Gupton 

Mr. J. Cabot Gupton 

Mrs. Ellen Mullendore Knouse 

Mrs. Judith S. Massey 

Dr. C. M. Mickey Metcalf 

Mr. Walter E. Music 

Mr. Bob T. Nance 

Mrs. Eleanor Milner Newland 

Mrs. Jean Arsenault Nippert 

Dr. Yvonne Bruton Pennington 

Mr Eric M. Scharff 

Ms. Brenda Shonfield 

Mrs. Leann Payne Strom 

Mr. Charles L. While 

Mr. Thomas L. Winn 

Class of 1964 

Participation: 22% 

Class Agent: Dr. William 

C. Aitken, Jr. 
Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. 
Mr. James O. Bundy 
Mrs. Jane Lincoln Bundy 
Mr. Robert A. Calvert, Jr. 
Mr. John C. Day, Jr.* 
Mrs. Jeannette Seward Deacon 
Mr. James L. Delay 
Mr. Paul R. Donald, Jr. 
Dr. Beatrice Hasty Favre 
Mrs. Nellie Jo Payne Folds 
Mrs. Carolyn L. Frangiamore 
Mrs. Lynda Papini Hines 
Miss Vivian Chandler Lee 
Mr. Oreon Earl Mann 
Mr. Robert L. Manning 
Ms. Jeanie Franco Marx 
Mrs. Joan Phillips Millar 
Mr. Carroll E. Ogburn, Jr. 
Mrs. Jayne Archer Parker 
Mr. Mike D. Pickett 
Mrs. Paula Coker Rice 
Ms. Linda Robertson Secretan 
Col. B. W. Sellers, Jr. 
Rev. Betty Rutland Stapleford 
Mrs. Charlotte Smith Winsness 
Mr. John H. Winsness 
Class of 1965 
Participation: 23% 
Mrs. Joanne McElroy Carman 
Mr. James E. Carroll 
Mr. Richard Joseph Carter 
Mrs. Hallie Beasley Cullen 
Mrs. Suzanne Straub Currey 
Dr. Verline Dixon Dennis 
Mr. O. Navarro Faircloth 
Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartlage 
Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. 
Mrs. E. Connie Brown Holliman 
Ms. Edna Maleson Kleinbaum 



Mr. William H. Parker 

Ms. Jimmy Ann Langdon Porter 

Dr. Glenn W. Rainey, Jr. 

Mr. Glen C. Rose 

Mrs. Penelope McCulloch Rose 

Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough 

Mrs. Mary Louise Browne Sedki 

Mr. John E. Stroud 

Ms. Vivian Gray Trabue 

Mrs. Eleanor Yedvob Whiteside 

Mrs. Sharon Friedrich Williams 

Class of 1966 

Participation: 22% 

Class Agent: Mrs. Carole 

Moore Aitken 
Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken 
Mr. Carl H. Bergman 
Mr. Robert E. Bowden 
Mr. Franklin L. Burke 
Mr. Ronald Cenzalli 
Mrs. Oreta Cox Cook 
Mr. Robert B. Currey 
Dr. Mimi Milner Elrod 
Dr. Kathleen Pitts Faircloth 
Mrs. Susan Goodchild Jordan 
The Rev. Philip W. Leftwich 
Mrs. Sarah Ann Sanders Long 
Mrs. Lois Adams Miller 
Mrs. Harriet C. O'Dell 
Mr. William M. Pate, Jr. 
Mrs. Sandra Danneman Rich 
Mr. James A. Riley 
Mr. Charles F. Sanders 
Mrs. Kate McNeil Taylor 
Ms. Mary Elaine Traer 
Dr. Stephen W. White 
Mrs. Ilene Roos Worman 
Mrs. Joyce Arnold Wyckoff 
Class of 1967 
Participation: 30% 
Mrs. Barbara Youmans Ader 
Mrs. Sandra Abbott Allen 
Mr. Arthur M. Armstrong 
Mr. Jon A. Axelberg 
Mr. W. Edgar Baker 
Ms. Martha J. Church 
Mr. Edgar O. Daffin 
Ms. Mary Dodge-Smith 
Mr. George L. Forman 
Mr. Donald G. Hartman 
Mr. William A. Hewes 
Mr. J. Robert Jackson 
Mrs. Detra Lee Cohen Kay 
Mr. Paul M. Koukidis 
Mr. Stuart C. Levenson 
Mrs. Linda Thomason Martin 
Mr. Thomas P. O'Connor 
Mr. Jerry L. Otting 
Mrs. Virginia G. Pistole 
Mr. William E. Plowden, Jr. 
Mr. Kenneth W. Powell 
Mr. Thomas L. Reilly 
Mr. Floyd D. Ruhl 
Mr. Larry C. Shattles 
Mr. Wayne G. Stephens 
Mrs. Nancy Charnley Welty 
Class of 1968 
Participation: 17% 
Mr. G. Douglass Alexander 
Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp 
Mr. Thomas M. Baird 
Mrs. Nikki McCoy demons 
Mrs. Laura Zaban Dinerman 
Miss Susan E. Goslin 
Mrs. Gayle Burch Gower 
Mr. William Howell Gower 
Miss Mary Constance Hamell 
Dr. Sandra L. Hedge 
Mr. Robert P. Hoyt 



Mrs. Helen King Kessler 

Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell 

Mr. Roger A. Littell 

Mr. Louis D. Olin 

Mr. James J. O'RourkeJr. 

Mr. Thomas C. Port 

Mr. Jerry W. Sams 

Mr. Joseph J. Strenk, Jr. 

Mrs. Mary Denton Suttle 

Dr. G. Gilman Watson 

Mr. Charles K. Weathers 

Mr. David K. Wood 

Class of 1969 

Participation: 1 5% 

Class Agent: Mr. Louis T. Lombardy 

Mrs. Judy Heald Allison 

Mrs. Emma Sewell Borders 

Mr. Michael S. Bryant 

Mr. W. Q. "Pete" Butler 

Dr. Paula Haver Chambers 

Mr. Charles D. Chetwynd 

Mr. James J. Hagelow 

Mrs. Sheryl Claxton Haney 

Mr. Terrence C. Haney 

Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sr. 

Ms. Pamela Grossman Levin 

Mr. Louis T. Lombardy 

Mr. Charles R. Martin 

Mrs. Bonnie Hargrove Morrison 

Mr. Stephen A. Orton 

Mrs. Kathy McLeod Port 

Mr. Douglas L. Reid 

Mr. J. Bruce Richardson 

Mr. Jeffrey R. Roesch 

Mr. Gary E. Ruckelshaus 

Mr. Allen Sears 

Mr. Donald J. Simon 

Ms. Susan M. Soper 

Mr. Guy S. Sunny 

Mr. David Lewis Warwick 

Mrs. Carol Lawhorn Watson 

Mr. Larry C. White 

Mr. Nate Zahn 

Class of 1970 

Participation: 15% 

Mr. Dale L. Ashworth 

Mr. George Lance Barr* 

Mr. James N. Bier 

Mrs. Anna Zaibel Blau 

Mrs. Helen Kibler Browning 

Dr. Soon Young Chung 

Mr. Teddy L Collins 

Mrs. Lynn Allison Cowhig 

Mr. Robert K. Cowhig, Jr. 

Mrs. Carol Zee Daniel 

Mrs. Lynn Andreasen Freeman 

Mrs. Brenda Hamlin Gibbs 

Ms. Andrea C. Hestley 

Dr. Robin Whyte Hoffman 

Mr. Stephen M. Hole 

Mr. Richard A. Hughes 

Mrs. Ellen Plutchok Klein 

Mr. Joel H. Kleiner 

Mrs. Mary Ivey Leak 

Mr. Anthony R. Melillo 

Mr. Joseph R. Menez 

Mr. Francis R. Nadeau, Jr. 

Mr. Rex G. Roan 

Mr. Richard S. Simons, Jr. 

Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith 

Mrs. Cynthia Hess Thomas 

Mr. Selby A. Tuggle 

Mr. John G. Turner 

Mr. Ralphton E. Warlick 

Mr. Jonathan A. Zerby 

Class of 1971 

Participation: 13% 

Mr. Thomas J. Andersen 

Mr. John S. Ball 

Mr. Elliot J. Bodner 



Mr. David Nathan Cooper 

Mr. John P. DeFino 

Mr. J. Lewis Glenn 

Mrs. Irene M. Harrod 

Mr. John William Harvey 

Mrs. Mary-Phyllis D. Harvey 

Mr. J. Ross Henderson, Jr. 

Mrs. Yvonne Scales Jones 

Mr. Michael Kay 

Mr. Jay M. Kelly 

Mr. Michael Liberman 

Mr. Martin I. Lipson 

Maj. Lee London, Jr. 

Mrs. Suzette Harvey Mancini 

Mr. Jeffrey B. Matthews 

Mr. Charles E. Pickett 

Mr. Dennis C. Pratt 

Mr. Mark Alan Rowland 

Ms. Diane R. Rowles 

Mr. Jerel F. Rush 

Dr. Charles P. Sullivan 

Mr. Andrew R. Weiss 

Mr. Donald R. Wilson, Jr. 

Class of 1972 

Participation: 14% 

Mrs. Ann Gibson Adams 

Dr. J. Frederick Agel, Jr. 

Mrs. Linda Wishon Anderson 

Mrs. Mary Crockett Ball 

Rev. James R. Burgess III 

Mr. Randy Collins 

Ms. Vicki Jan Conway 

Mrs. Marcy Mantler Ford 

Mrs. Judith Draisen Glassman 

Miss Etta Lou Hanken 

Mr. William J. Hogan, Jr. 

Dr. Paul Stephen Hudson 

Mr. Michael A. Israelite 

Mrs. Leslie Berk Johnston 

Mrs. Deborah Jobe Koehler 

Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer 

Miss Rosemary Mosteller 

Mr. William B. Mullen III 

Mr. Michael L. Newton 

Mr. Nick Pennington 

Mrs. Joyce Wells Scott 

Mr. Nicholas E. Stone 

Mr. Clyde A. Tallent 

Mrs. Barbara Rose Westfall 

Dr. Michael W. Yarbrough 

Class of 1973 

Participation: 10% 

Mr. William J. Anthony, Jr. 

Ms. Diana M. Blake 

Mrs. Kathryn Beatty Carr 

Miss Nancy T. Carter 

LTC. George M. Corcoran 

Mr. Allen B. Goodwin 

Mr. Q. William Hammock, Jr. 

Mrs. Natalie Mintz Harris 

Mr. Stuart A. Kurtz 

Mrs. Mary Jackson Malek 

Mr. Stephen E. Malone 

Mr. Kevin L. Mende 

Mrs. Barbara Merscher Nickles 

Mr. David H. Noble, Jr. 

Ms. Diane Lee Schuettinger 

Ms. Judith Carol Wallis 

Mr. Richard B. Wright 

Class of 1974 

Participation: 12% 

Mrs. Bennie Harris Black 

Mrs. Anja Smith Clark 

Mr. James Raymond Clarke 

Mr. Robert D. Copelan 

Mrs. Lynn Lasater Crowley 

Mrs. Marilyn McNeal Mock 

Ms. Martha Ann Jenks 

Mrs. JoAnn S. Jones 



Mr. Jeffrey S. Layne 

Mr. Steven W. Levinsky 

Mrs. Ruth Parham Manning 

Mr. Robert J. Nickles 

Mr. C. Scott Port 

Mrs. Jean Morehouse Roets 

Mr. John Barry Rosenberger 

Mrs. Mary Maihafer Thompson 

Mr. Neil H. Tofsky 

Ms. Judith M. Vaughn 

Mrs. Janie P. Wilson 

Mr. Wesley F. Wood 

Class of 1975 

Participation: 12% 

Mrs. Deborah Roach Avery 

Mrs. Helen S. Braunstein 

Mr. Steven T. Campbell 

Mr. Miles R. Cook 

Mr. Ira Jay Dreyfuss 

Mrs. Patsy Griffith Hamilton 

Mrs. Sally Rich Kolb 

Mrs. Betty Powell Kujawski 

Mr. Scott D. McAdoo 

Mrs. Caroline Cook Minor 

Mr. Robert K. Montague 

Mr. Aron C. Palefsky 

Mrs. Barbara Ostipwko Schmich 

Mrs. Darlene Baehr Seay 

Ms. Cindy Sedran 

Mr. Chuck Smith 

Mr. Alan White 

Mr. Richard P. Williams 

Mrs. Alice Hoke Zimmerman 

Class of 1976 

Participation: 13% 

Mrs. Elizabeth Kidder Ambler 

Mrs. Barbara Howard Flanigan 

Dr. AnnRita Levis Hader 

Mrs. Laura Fantini Johnson 

Capt. Louis A. Johnson 

Ms. Joyce C. Jones 

Mr. Warner L. Kennon, IV 

Mr. John E. McKee III 

Mrs. Deesi Thurston Phillips 

Mr. William A. Rickard 

Mr. Michael B. Saffron 

Mr. Michael A. Sanders 

Mr. John B. Thomas II 

Mrs. Pam Crystal Tofsky 

Mr. Bernard van der Lande 

Mr. Dennis M. Wheeler 

Class of 1977 

Participation: 13% 

Ms. A. Diane Baker 

Mrs. Ann L. Brown 

Mrs. Alexis Jan Lazor Day 

Mr. Steven F. Day 

Dr. Dianne Jones Ford 

Ms. Annette M. Friant 

Mrs. Diane Lyon Gray 

Mrs. Jill Cofer Harris 

Ms. Gail Lynn 

Mr. Gary W. Martin 

Ms. Valerie Newman 

Mrs. Lynne Bilzing Parriott 

Mrs. Cathy Markland Villines 

Ms. Patricia Beth Wool 

Class of 1978 

Participation: 6% 

Mr. Frank S. Anepohl, Jr. 

Mr. John H. Beach, Jr. 

Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpotrick, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas G. Hood 

Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson 

Dr. Dale M. Kristle 

Mr. Michael C. Shapiro 

Class of 1979 

Participation: 18% 

Mrs. Annette Fry Adamiyatt 



Mrs. Shelby Andrews 

Mr. Michael S. Bahary 

Mr. Robert B. Baker, Jr. 

Mrs. Cathy Ayer Clark 

Mr. James M. Cook, Sr. 

Mrs. Joan Morris Dechovitz 

Mr. Thomas F. Forkner, Jr. 

Mrs. Kathleen Glynn Grupp 

Dr. Philip Horton 

Mr. Robert W. Lenzer 

Dr. Robert H. Pullen, Jr. 

Ms. Judith G. Robinson 

Mrs. Betsy Edge Shirey 

Mr. Brian C. Smith 

Mrs. Carolyn H. Steinhouse 

Mr. James W. Steinhouse 

Mrs. Allison Lourie Ullman 

Mrs. Celia Vecchio Warren 

Mrs. Carolyn Constangy Vv'asser 

Class of 1980 



Mrs. Lynette Ossinsky Fine 

Ms. Betsy D. Johnson 

Mr. R. Phillip Linderman II 

Mr. Christopher J. McFadden 

Mrs. Carlene Rod Oakes 

Mr. Malcolm E. Page 

Mr. Jerry R. Prochaska 

Mr Reynold F. Salmon 

Mrs. Rebecca Christy Shapiro 

Mr. Keith A, Stephenson 

Mrs. Ruth Adair Stephenson 

Dr. Marie Sertich Stone 

Mrs. Catherine Gleim Turcot 

Mr. Raymond S. Willoch 

Class of 1981 

Participation: 12% 

Mrs. Janet Womble Arias 

Ms. Lin Barker 

Mrs. Catherine Clegg Gibson 

Mr. Richard C. Johnson 

Mr. Robert M. Kane 

Mrs. Eloise Mallory Lamons 

Mrs. Patricia Goodwin Linderman 

Mr. Dennis M. McPeak 

Ms. M. Elaine Minor 

Ms. Robin Jo Perling 

Mr. Edward A. Rapp 

Ms. Barbara A. Robinson 

Mr. Christopher M. Sertich 

Ms. Bette L. Shornick 

Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos 

Mrs. Karen J. Young 

Class of 1982 

Participation: 13% 

Class Agent: Ms. Ellen Heckler 

O'Herlihy 
Ms. Debra J. Bradley 
Mrs. Ann Kennon Breslauer 
Ms. Nancy H. Byrne 
Mr. Eric S. Crunick 
Ms. Shirley Peterson Davis 
Mr. John J. Dowd, Jr. 
Ms. Carol Ohl Hudson 
Mr. Mark S. Lisicky 
Mrs. Phyllis Rogers May 
Mrs. Linda Triguero McCormick 
Mr. Mark J. Moskowitz 
Mrs. Sharon Rudy Moskowitz 
Mr. Charles D. Nicholas 
Ms. Ellen Heckler O'Herlihy 
Mrs. Therese Guth O'Shields 
Mr. Robert L. Owen 
Miss Maureen B. Robinson 
Mrs. Tracy L. Marshall Rojo 
Class of 1983 
Participation: 13% 
Ms. Bambi Ellison Arnold 
Ms. Sandra Lynch Aufderheide 



Dr. Roger A, Brooksbank 

Ms. Veronica Brown 

Mr. James H. Burk 

Dr. Michael A. Burke 

Mr. Clancy S. Burrell 

Mrs. Sylvia Smith Caley 

Mrs. Eva H. English 

Mr. Bob L. Fesperman 

Mr. Donald R. Henry 

Ms. Susan Marie Johnson 

Ms. Karen Keiser-Jenkins 

Mrs. Brigilte Mebius-Moggre 

Mr. Michael D. Mosher 

Mrs. Elsie H. Reece 

Mr. Brian C. Sass 

Mrs. Karen Anne Sams Shirley 

Mrs. Janet Barnett Weaver 

Class of 1984 

Participation: 13% 

Ms. Susan Harmon Alou 

Mrs. Sue Goddard Bryant 

Mrs. Judith Hunt Drobmski 

Ms. Laura Fowler 

Mr. David M. Gerhardt 

Mr. Kevin M. Goff 

Mrs. Patricia Bourne Goff 

Mrs. Carolyn Herzog Hellerung 

Mr. Philip F. Law 

Mrs. Kathleen Allen Lunsford 

Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Rulison 

Mr. John M. Shelnutt 

Mr. Thomas K. Smith 

Dr. Lisa J Street 

Mrs. Roberta Lane Tanner 

Mrs. Sheryl C. Tomberlin 

Mr. Mark A. Turcot 

Mrs. Ann Lenzer Wodraska 

Class of 1985 

Participation: 12% 

Mr. E. Jack Drummond 

Mr. Douglas Robert Dubay 

Dr. Daniel M. Duncanson 

Mrs. Sharon Velinsky Fagin 

Mr. Christian G. Gackstatter 

Ms Ellen Gray Gadberry 

Mr. Kenneth P. Gould 

Mrs Barbara Bessmer Henry 

Ms. Julie L. Marlowe 

Mr. Paul B. Miller 

Mr. James W. Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Howard E. O'Connell 

Ms. Caroline Brooks Seay 

Mrs. Susan Perlin Wetzel 

Mrs. Anita Gegan Willoughby 

Mr, John B. Zellars, Jr. 

Class of 1986 

Participation: 12% 

Mrs. Barbara Martin Adair 

Mrs. Maritta M. Bush 

Dr. L. Casey Chosewood 

Mr. Phillip K. Deal 

Mr. Christopher P. B. Erckert 

Ms. Sandra D. Gain 

Ms. Georgia Russell Hembree 

Mrs. Paula H. Judge 

Mrs. Stacey Bronstein Levin 

Dr. Raymond H. Lucas 

Ms. Margaret A. McGinness 

Ms. S. Tammy Pearson 

Ms. Harriet Rogers Powell 

Mr. David B. Robertson 

Mr. Douglas S. Schmitt 

Mrs. Muriel Rotkewicz Schurke 

Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel 

Mrs. Stacy McDonald Soloway 

Ms. Hope Waldman Targoff 

Mrs. Diane Dubay Walker 



Class of 1987 
Participation: 13% 
Class Agent: Mrs. Carol 
Lanier Larner 

Mrs. Sue Ward Astley 

Ms. Kaylen D. Biggins 

Dr. James Patrick Capes 

Mr. Dean Thomas DeCencio 

Mrs. Cynthia Bjurmark Dubay 

Mr. Eric J. Garvey 

Ms. Michele Anne Guy 

Mrs. Mary M. Hamacher 

Ms. Anne Hammond 

Mrs. Penni Reid Holt 

Dr. Mark A. Knautz 

Mrs. Carol Lanier Larner 

Mr. Antonio V. Lentini 

Mrs. Helen Maddox Menefee 

Mrs. B. Michon Hall Mitchell 

Ms. Cecilia Mary Mullings 

Dr. William E. Porter 

Mr. Lawrence H. Rollins 

Mrs. Julie Quickmire Schmitt 

Mrs. Sandra Slomovitz 

Mr. W. Scott Soloway 

Ms. Laura Diane Trittin 

Ms. Ann E. Zafiroulis 

Class of 1 988 

Participation: 14% 

Mr. Brad A. Baldwin 

Mrs. Deda Walker Band 

Mrs. Juliet Wang Belko 

Mr Brent Andrew Bishop 

Mrs. Laura Brian Bradley 

Lt. Col. Richard A. Briggs 

Mr. William M. Clifton 

Mrs. Maureen Rowe Deal 

Mrs. Gonca Gursoy-Artunkal 

Mrs. Charis Andrews Hanberry 

Mr. D. Dwayne Hanberry 

Mrs. Kimberlyn Hudgens-Abrams 

Mrs. Kathleen McDermott Kraynick 

Ms. Dolores MasonGaddy 

Ms. Patricia Hatch O'Donnell 

Mrs. Stacy Leigh Robinson 

Mrs. Cynthia Crawford Rollins 

Mr. R. Alan Royalty 

Mr. RobertJ. Swanson, Jr. 

Mr. Michael K. Szalkowski 

Mrs. Christine Graf Taggart 

Mrs. Kimberly Rouleau Truett 

Mr. T. Charles Truett, Jr. 

Class of 1989 

Participation: 14% 

Mrs. Kathleen Moran Brink 

Ms. Ann R. Brown 

Mr. Harry R. Frazer 

Mr. Scott T. Height 

Mr. Gary S. Hand 

Mr. Kurt A. Hansen 

Ms. Betsy Henderson 

Mr. Jonathan W. Johnson 

Mr. Ronald L. Kraynick 

Mrs. Ann Spalding MacLane 

Mrs. Kathy Bedell Mayo 

Mrs. Jane G. Peters 

Mrs. Wendy Pearson Robertson 

Mr. Clifford T. Robinson 

Mrs. Debra S. Scott 

Mr. Matthew P. Stien 

Mrs. Jacque Gentry Sutlief 

Mrs. Karen Barrow Swenson 

Mrs. Stephanie E. Szalkowski 

Mr. James E. Tate, IV 

Ms. Teri A. Wall 

Mr. Kevin D. Walmsley 

Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto 

Class of 1990 

Participation: 17% 



Mrs. Beth Morrison Anderson 

Mrs Angela Clem Chattin 

Ms. Beth Eckard Concepcion 

Dr. Ava Marie Salerno Conlin 

Ms. Leslie Adams Dove 

Ms. Jennifer DuBose 

Mrs. Dayle Sutton Fowler 

Mrs. Lisa Alford Freschi 

Ms. G. Merrill Griffis Gibson 

Dr. Robert M. Grant 

Mr. Jon E. Gundlach 

Ms. Marion C. Haines 

Mrs. Nicole Caucci Hall 

Mr. Thad E. Hall 

Mrs. Julie Wackerman Hanrahan 

Mrs. Brenda Smith Hqyden 

Mr. M. Deane Johnson 

Mrs. Judith Chapman Kane 

Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt 

Mr. Michael T. Kreager 

Ms. Gwendolyn J. Marshall 

Ms. A. Joann McDowell 

Ms. Stephanie L. Phillips 

Mrs. Catherine M. Pittman 

Dr. Wendy Kurant Rollins 

Mrs. Lori Pacpaco Schaefer 

Mr. Charles A. Sutlief 

Mrs. Cathryn Torrisi 

Mr. John Wuichet 

Class of 1991 

Participation: 13% 

Ms. Joselyn Butler Baker 

Mrs. Kristin Reeder Boon 

Ms. Wendy Smith Boul 

Mr. Henry J. Broitman 

Mr. Steven H. Brooks 

Ms. Ember Uziel Constantin 

Mrs. Rebecca Marasia Corder 

Mrs. Amy Baggett Hansen 

Mr. Karl A. Hansen 

Mrs. Doreen Hart Hill 

Mrs. Rebecca White Leavell 

Mr. Lance L. Leitze! 

Mr. Christopher J. Lenz 

Mrs. Jennifer Broadbent-Marine 

Mr. Scott M. McKelvey 

Mrs. Archella Pelletier 

Mr. Paul Plaia III 

Dr. Robert A. Sellards 

Mrs. Andrea Spencer Shelton 

Mr. Joseph P. Shelton 

Ms. Michelle Ann Sidler 

Ms. Jill McDonald Sistino 

Mrs. Donna Miller Tomaro 

Ms. Caitlin Way 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Wilson 

Class of 1992 

Participation: 11% 

Class Agent: Mr. Rodney 

S. Drinkard 
Ms. Lori Calupca 
Mr. Robert F. Canavan 
Ms. Kysh Robinson demons 
Mrs. Cynthia H. Cochran 
Ms. Bonnie E. Cohen 
Ms. Ann Marie Crochet 
Mr. Rodney S. Drinkard 
Mr. J. Smythe DuVal 
Mr. David W. Fischer 
Ms. Wendy D. Goldberg 
Ms. JoAnn Golden 
Mr. C. Patrick Gray 
Mr. B. Shane Hornbuckle 
Mr. Charles R. Moore 
Mr. Julian E. Pawlowski, Jr. 
Ms. Jennifer Fairchild-Pierce 
Mr. Michael O. Poley 
Mr. John Schaefer 



Ms. Delores A. Schweitzer 

Ms. Margaret Summerour 

Ms. June M. Tompkins 

Ms. Lolita Welch 

Mr. Edward E. Zarecor 

Class of 1993 

Participation: 14% 

Class Agent: Mr. David M. Ross 

Mrs. Kimberly Arp Babbit 

Mr. Kent L. Bailey 

Mrs. Amy Tucker Bailor 

Mr. Christopher A. Bailor 

Ms. Myra Sack Perdue 

Mr. Richard Lewis Boggs III 

Mrs. Diane Willis Butts 

Mrs. Leah Bell Crosby 

Mrs. Donna Gainer 

Mrs. Alexandra Kay Gray 

Ms. Katrina Heath 

Dr. J. Clark Hill 

Mr. Glenn Holleman 

Mrs. Elizabeth V. Hornbuckle 

Mrs. Kate Baker Houston 

Mrs. Laura Lynn Abbate 

Mr. Douglas C. Leventhal 

Mr. J. Kevin Meaders 

Mr. David M. Ross 

Mrs. Carolyn P. Schumacher 

Mrs. Gail Robertson Serauskas 

Mrs. Shannon L. Southard 

Mr. Matthew S. Thompson 

Mr. Joseph E. Tomberlin 

Mrs Krishna Randall Tomberlin 

Mr. Mark L. Tubesing 

Ms. Elizabeth D. Watts 

Mrs. Sharon Maria Williams 

Class of 1994 

Participation: 13% 

Ms. Jennifer Suvoski Bowers 

Mr. Nathan E. Briesemeister 

Dr. Mark A. Caprio 

Mrs. Christine Hathaway Carter 

Dr. Michael J. Claxton 

Mr. Brian A. Davis 

Mrs. Roberta H. Davis 

Ms. Killian Edwards 

Mrs. Amy Zickus Estes 

Mr. Timothy J. Evans 

Mrs. Linda H. Garriga 

Ms. Pang Cha Yim 

Mr. John C. Gibbs 

Dr. Jill Reiss Harper 

Ms. Loretta D. Hunt 

Ms. Chara Fisher Jackson 

Mrs. Jennifer Adkins Maddox 

Mrs. Kathryn Lucas McKeller 

Mrs. Michelle Ponte Miller 

Ms. Caroline G. Monte 

Mr. Matthew S. Shepherd 

Dr. Elizabeth R. Taghechian 

Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Weismann 

Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger 

Mr. Mark A. Williams 

Ms. Lori Zboran 

Class of 1995 

Participation: 12% 

Class Agent: Dr. Brooke N. 

Bourdelat-Parks 

Dr. Carlo Hall Alphonso 

Mrs. Jamie Walker Ball 

Mrs. Linda Davis Blakely 

Dr. Brooke N. Bourdelat-Parks 

Ms. Maria J. Bright 

Mr. Adam M. Corder 

Ms. Kathleen M. Farrell 

Mr. Alan J. Gibson 

Mrs. Teri Butler Gibson 

Ms. Nancy T. Hamilton 

Mrs. Susan Poston Hansen 



Mrs. Amy Elizabeth Hukin 

Mrs. Christy Hall Keohane 

Mrs. Kathryn Engler Klein 

Mr. William E. Lukow 

Mr. Robert N. Lyons 

Mr. Steven C. Maddox 

Ms. Jeanette B. Martin 

Mrs. Amy Puckett McGee 

Ms. Shelley A. Moffitt 

Mr. Marshall Reiser 

Mrs. Brenda Jericevich Roger 

Mr. Andrew David Schutt 

Mrs. Kirsten Schutt 

Mrs. Jane Barrow Tracy 

Mr. Morris L. Tubesing 

Mrs. Elizabeth P. Wyzykowski 

Class of 1996 

Participation: 10% 

Dr. Amy Langham Canavan 

Ms. Stephanie E. Carouthers 

Mrs. Holly H. Caswell 

Mrs. Heather Andrews Clark 

Ms. Cristine Deaver 

Mrs. Caroline Vinson Dennis 

Mrs. Lisa Diedrich 

Mrs. Claire M. Dionne 

Mr. Jim H. Faasse 

Mrs. Mary Poteet Fernandez 

Mrs. Donna Findling 

Ms. Ekaterina Galperina 

Mr. Marquis Y. Glenn 

Ms. Emily S. Gurley 

Mr. Simon Geoffrey Hukin 

Mrs. Judith E. Johnson-Fair 

Ms. Katherine Schindler Michalek 

Mrs. Jennifer Pekosz 

Mrs. Tonya Gibson Russo 

Mr. Jeremiah Schultz 

Mr. Rodney Smith 

Mr. Wayne Starnes 

Ms. Trishanda Treadwell, Esq. 

Ms. Jennifer B. Trevisan 

Mrs. Miriam W. Williams 

Mrs. Lin Odom Woodson 

Class of 1997 



Class Agent: Ms. Melissa 
Drouin Funk 

Mr. Carl W. Berner, Jr. 

Mr. John Breton III 

Mr. Joseph Cox 

Mrs. Theresa Linebarger Cox 

Mr, Gregory L. Daspit 

Ms. Rebecca Ellis 

Ms. Melissa Drouin Funk 

Ms. Christina Anne Humphries 

Dr. Maria Elizabeth Johnson 



Mr. 



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Mr. Michael D. Kelly 

Mr. Brent W. Latham 

Ms. Le Bach Le 

Mr. David M. Leach 

Mrs. Stephanie Chaby Lyons 

Ms. Dawn Brookman McCullar 

Mrs. Anita Stevenson Patterson 

Mr. Rok Petric 

Mr. Jeff Pyron 

Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson 

Ms. Melanie Rosen 

Mrs. Diana Rothe-Smith 

Ms. Angela Satterfield 

Mr. Michael Shirley 

Mr. D. Brandon Smith 

Ms. Leonor Soriano 

Mr. Tharius D. Sumter 

Mrs. Kelly Holland Vrtis 



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Class of 1 998 

Participation: 11% 

Class Agent: Mr. David Reynolds Pass 

Mr. Jason Breitfeller 

Mrs. Katherine H. Breitfeller 

Ms. Kothryn S. Brooks 

Mrs. Diane Williams Dalbo 

Mrs. Elizabeth Parra Dang 

Mrs. Angela Bartlett Daspit 

Ms. L. Natalie Dietz 

Mr. Matthew I.D. Flinn 

Mr. Claude Spencer Godfrey, Jr. 

Mrs. Lisa K. Gyllenswan 

Ms. Carol Ann Hall 

Mr Benjamin J. Hanes 

Mrs. Monica Hayden 

Dr. Karen Head 

Ms. Janice McNeal 

Ms. Jaime J. Melton 

Mr. David Menoni 

Mrs. Creche Kern Navarro 

Mr Jorge Navarro 

Mr. Shane R. Olson 

Mr. David Reynolds Pass 

Mr. Adam L. Polakov 

Mr. Robert L. Rawson 

Mrs. Christina Burnham Rissler 

Dr. James D. Rissler 

Class of 1 999 

Participation: 12% 

Mr. Charles E. Barousse 

Mrs. Danielle A. Benner 

Mrs. Heidi M. Blackwell 

Mrs. Amy Katz Bonn 

Ms. Andrea Hope Breen 

Mr. Matthew S. Broyles 

Mr. Brett Cave 

Ms. Chae Maureen Downing 

Mrs. Jessica M. Dusang 

Mr. Michael D. Dusang 

Mr. Brian E. Findley 

Ms. Barbara Jane Garrett 

Ms. Robin Godard 

Mr. Jeremy J. Greenup 

Ms. Hannah B. Grisar 

Mr. Jeremiah J. Jeffra 

Ms. Elke Kunzmann-Devine 

Mrs. Shannon M. Lambert 

Ms. Kristine V. G. Lawrie 

Ms. Mariruth Leflwich 

Mrs. Rhonda Britt Locher 

Mr. Robert A. Milford 

Mrs. Dina Molaison 

Mrs. Virginia Parler 

Mr. Jerry Portwood 

Dr. Amanda L. Regnier 

Mr. Edward G. Riemenschneider 

Ms. Melissa L. Roedersheimer 

Ms. Zandra Ruiz 

Mrs. Marie Heflin Shirley 

Mr. Ashish N. Thakur 

Ms. Joan M. Varlan 

Mr. James J. Williams 

Mr. Tolliver Williams 

Class of 2000 

Participation: 9% 

Class Agent: Ms. Nicole Garbarini 

Ms. Jeanette M. Bellamy 

Mrs. Elizabeth M. Brattin 

Mrs. Catherine T. Burns 

Ms. Katie Coakley 

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Dubose 

Rev. Mandy Sloan Flemming 

Mrs. Amy Myers Flinn 

Mr. Josh W. Funderburke 

Ms. Nicole Garbarini 

Mr. Ryan M. Goudelocke 

Ms. Misty N. Hood 

Ms. Ann Hsu 



Ms. Leah Kalmanson 

Mr. J. Jay Kapp 

Ms. Christine N. Scarborough 

Ms. Kathleen E. Sobush 

Ms Lori J. Speltz 

Mr. Blake Stabler 

Ms. Kimberly Johnson Walker 

Mr. Kevin A. Woolf 

Class of 2001 

Participation: 8% 

Ms. Penelope J. Anderson 

Mr. Robert B. Baldwin 

Mr Christopher V. Benner 

Ms. Laurette W. Cadres 

Mrs. Ann Stiner Cave 

Ms. Nicole Monique Dale 

Ms. Kimberly Watkins 

Ms. P. Suzanne Gleason 

Ms. Jodie Sexton Goff 

Mrs. Ashley Zimmerman Hamilt 

Mr. J. Cleve Hill 

Mr. Bryan B. Kenna 

Mrs Mojgan Khosravi 

Mrs. Lori A. Merrill 

Mr, Michael Messonier 

Mr. Lance W. Ozier 

Mrs. Jorjanne Zorn Paulk 

Ms. Angie L. Baldwin Roda 

Mr. Chris Rylands 

Mr. JoshSaliba 

Mr. Harry L. Schroeder 

Mr. Daniel G. Sobczak 

Mr. Kamuran Tekin 

Ms. Kirsten M. Pull 

Class of 2002 

Participation: 9% 

Mr. Steven Bloodworth 

Mr. Christopher C. Brantley 

Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Breton 

Ms. LeKim S. Bryant 

Ms. Maria A. Buenaventura 

Mrs. Shahina S. Butler 

Mrs. Shaniece Broadus Criss 

Mr. Hemanth Digumarthi 

Mrs. Heather W. Dockweiler 

Mrs. Rhiannon N. Fink 

Ms. Pauline J. Gardner 

Ms. Veronica M, Holmes 

Mr. John Hong 

Ms. Elizabeth P. Kennedy 

Ms. Jennifer McCormick 

Mr. Thomas L. McLean 

Ms. Sallie Kaltreider Namey 

Mr. Thomas A. Namey 

Mr. Cody L. Partin 

Mrs. Vera V Redwine 

Ms. Katherine M. Russell 

Ms. Karen Anthony Schnick 

Ms. Katherine E. Shropshire 

Ms. Heather Lynn Staniszewski 

Ms. La-Shena K. Tatum 

Mrs. Mary Carol Wollenhaupt 

Class of 2003 

Participation: 10% 

Mrs. Shannon Bagshaw 

Mrs. Jennifer Brecher Beegle 

Mrs. Natalie H. Cekan 

Mr. Brad Day 

Mr. Mark W. DeLong 

Ms. Anna A. George 

Mr. Stanley M. Goldberg 

Ms. Pattie Ingle 

Ms. Katarina Kurincova 

Ms. Deborah M. Lange 

Ms. Cheryl D. Lea 

Mr. Robin Lohfert 

Ms. Brevely Mack 

Mr. William Thayer Mullally 



Ms. Jennifer Spodick Palm 

Mr. David Payne 

Ms. Laura Ann Rafter 

Mr. Christopher A. Simser 

Mr. Christopher A, Stanley 

Ms. Jody M. Stephenson 

Mr. Christopher R. Summers 

Mrs. Kimberly Vax Summers 

Ms. Heather D. van Kampen 

Ms. Jaime Wojdowski 

Mr. James A Wood, Jr. 

Class of 2004 

Participation: 7% 

Ms. Peggy Jan Bridges 

Ms Leigh M. Cooper 

Mrs. Suzanne E. Dorough 

Mrs. September Holstad 

Mrs. Katie James 

Ms. Jean Leach 

Mr. Joseph C. Luke, IV 

Ms. Kelly Matysik 

Ms. Rachel McKnight 

Ms. Kelley Napier 

Ms. Victoria J. Payne 

Ms. Stephanie Peccia 

Mr Bryan D. Simmons 

Mr. Ryan Williams 

Ms. Danielle Wright 

Class of 2005 

Participation: 9% 

Ms. Susan L. Abrams 

Mr. Jonathan Bookspun 

Mr. Tom Collens 

Ms. Amy E. Davis 

Ms Mu-Hung Fang 

Mr. Corey Garner 

Ms. Danielle Holm 

Ms. Catherine M. Lawler 

Mr. Alipi V Naydenov 

Ms. Nataliya A. Nemtseva 

Ms. Veronica Riley 

Ms. Linda S. Torres 

Mr. Alan Zwicker 

Class of 2006 

Participation: 6% 

Class Agent: Ms. Courtney Roberts 

Ms. Cecilia Cooper 

Ms. Jillian D. Crawford 

Mr. Jon P. Gabriel 

Ms. Erica N. Grishkat 

Ms. Emily E. Hein 

Ms. Annemarie Ippolito 

Ms. Rachel A. Jones 

Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCarthy 

Ms. Susan C. Richards 

Ms. Courtney Roberts 

Ms. Leah L. Sanders 

Class of 2007 

Participation: 6% 

Ms. Patricia A. Bolton 

Mrs. Amy E. Butler-Zapatka 

Mrs. Anne A. Casey 

Ms. Deborah A. Collins 

Ms. Stacy S. Cox 

Mr. Joseph D. Damour 

Mr. Luis A. Davila 

Ms. Barbara A. Deberdt 

Mr. Daniel J. Kossak 

Mr. Phillip McCrary, Jr. 

Ms. Kathleen C. Pedro 

Mr. Matthew D. Piatt 

Mr. Wade H. Price 

Ms. Ann T. Serrie 

Ms. Sharon L. White 

Class of 2008 

Participation: 21% 

Ms. Fauzia Almani 

Ms. Jessica L. Anderson 

Ms. Leah W. Balch 



Ms Megan E. Campbell 
Mr. Brian B. Chimiklis 
Ms. Kemoy Clarke 
Ms. Ashley A. Cooper 
Ms. Sarah S. Darby 
Ms Tiffany R. Desrosiers 
Mr, John J. Eslerline 
Mr. Brickford L. Faucette 
Ms. Francesco Y. Funderburk 
Ms. Julia A. Gales 
Ms. Krystal D. Gayle 
Ms. Stephanie M. Gill 
Ms. Jessica A. Graner 
Mr. Keith A. Griffin 
Ms. Carly A. Hallman 
Ms. Abby Hammond 
Mr. Kenneth R. Hobbs 
Ms. Lydia M. Hofstetter 
Mr. Ralph Horton 
Ms. Katherine H Johnston 
Ms. Soumya Kantamneni 
Ms. Ausrine Klicius 
Ms. Kelly D. Korell 
Mr. Russell Kramer 
Ms. Deborah B. Love 
Mrs. Christina R. MacRosty 
Ms. Jeffanne E. Millien 
Ms. Martha A. Nodar 
Ms. Ligia E Padilla 
Ms. Kiera E. Robbins 
Ms. Natina L. Roberts 
Ms. Sunny M. Rodgers 
Ms. Jennifer B. Ross 
Ms. Joy E. Schambach 
Mr. Matthew R. Suggett 
Mr. Nathan D. Tyre 
Mr. EckhardtVan Der Linde 
Ms. An'Renae V Watkins 
Ms. Hannah M. Wiles 
Ms. Susan H. Yi 
Ms. Duo Zhou 



Many thanks to the following parents 
of current students and of alumni who 
contributed to Oglethorpe University 
between July 1 , 2007 and June 30, 
2008. We recognize their gifts to the 
Oglethorpe Fund, Oglethorpe Museum 
of Art, Oglethorpe Athletic Department 
and other special funds. The entire OU 
community thanks these donors for their 
generosity and support 

Dr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Amerson 

Ms. Carol Arola 

Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 and 

Dr. Charles R. Arp 
Ms. Tina Bacon 
Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Bailey 
Ms. Terry R. Ball 
Dr. and Mrs. M. T. Barnhill, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. William Barwick 
Mr. and Mrs. Cato A. Bass, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beall 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bein 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Bell, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bernhardt 
Mr. Timothy Berwager 
Mr. Robert L. Boggus, Jr. '49 
Mr. James A. Bohart, Sr. 
Dr. and Mrs. W. Devere Bond 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bowen 
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Braddick 
Mr. John T. Brady III 
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bready 



Mr. and Mrs. Larry Briggs 

Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Brisendine 

Mr. and Mrs. Robin Brooks 

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brooks, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown 

Lt. Col. John B. Brush 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bryson 

Mr, and Mrs. David Bucey 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckley, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Burk 

Mr. and Mrs. James Cady 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cairns 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Calder 

Mr. and Mrs. James Callender 

Mr. and Mrs. Otis Campbell 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Campbell 

Mrs. Marion B. Carels 

Mr. James E. Carroll '65 

Mr. Carl Carson 

Mr.and Mrs. Maurice J. Cecchini 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ceto 

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chelemer 

Mrs. Christina Cheng 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Chimiklis 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Chunka 

Mr. and Mrs. SammieJ Cobb 

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cobbaert 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter N. Cohen 

Mr. and Mrs. James Colson 

Ms. Linda Conway 

Mr. Peter Coon 

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Cooper 

Mr. and Mrs. John Corbett 

Mr, and Mrs. Joel Cowan 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Cross 

Mr. and Mrs. Danny L. Cruff 

Mrs. Reese E. Currie 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Curtis 

Mrs. Diane Williams Dalbo '98 and 

Mr. David Dalbo 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Darland 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M, Davenport 
Mr. and Mrs. Render S. Davis 
Mr. Tony de Give 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Maria 
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. DePirro 
Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond 
Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Dickinson 
Ms. Toby Director 
Mr. Earl Dolive 
Ms. Carolyn Dougherty 
Dr. D. Peter Drotman and 

Ms. Carolyn N. Arakaki 
Mr. Talmage L. Dryman 
Mrs. Murlene L. Dubay 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunn 
Mr. and Mrs. David Eliscu 
Mr. and Mrs. William Ellington 
Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Ellis 
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Emerson 
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Ernst 
Mr and Mrs. John Ernst 
Mr. William J. Evans 
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Everette 
Mr. and Mrs. EGhao Fang 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Findley III 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Folger 
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Fowler 
Mr. Phil Fowler 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fulbright, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Duncan J Fulton 
Mrs. Susan Fuqua 
Mr.and Mrs. Robert C. Galloway 
Mr and Mrs. William O. Gatliff 
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie T. Gentry 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibbs 
Ms. Karen Gilbert 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilfillan 

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Ms. Maria I. Gill 
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gilpin 
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Giordano 
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Goudelocke 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Gould 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grad 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Louis Graner 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grathwohl 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greenwell 
Mr. and Mrs. William Griffin 
Mr and Mrs. Daniel T. Gura 
Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gussman 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Gwynn 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Haight 
Mr. and Mrs. Chad Hale 
Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hanzsek, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison 
Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. '65 and 

Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartlage '65 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Haviland 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry H Hayka 
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Helmbold 
Mr. Greg Henderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Hicks 
Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Higgins 
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hill 
Mrs. Gladys B. Hirsch 
Mr. and Mrs. Karl J. Hirshman 
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hitchcock 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hofstetter 
Drs. Philip Horton and Mary Tysc 
Ms. Justina lyere 
Ms. Rachelle Jeffreys-Bell 
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Johns 
Mrs. Carol C. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson 
Ms. Nancy Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Willie R. Johnson 
Mr. Austin Jones 
Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sr. '69 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph 
Drs. Karl Jost and Lori Schmied 
Dr. and Mrs. Jim Kasperbauer 
Mr. and Mrs. Judd A. Katz 
Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Kee 
Ms. Kenny Keith 
Mr, and Mrs. James Keller 
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Kelly 
Mr. Wayne Kramer 
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Krueger 
Mr. and Mrs. Jose Lahoz 
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lane III 
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Longer 
Mr J. Smith Lanier II 
Mr and Mrs. William F. Law Jr. 
Mrs. Barbara Lebow-Weilage 
Mr. Robert W. Lenzer '79 
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lewis 
Ms. Lisa Lewis 
Ms. Esther Lewyn 
Mr and Mrs. Roy Lindburg 
Mr. Louis T. Lombardy '69 
Mr. and Mrs. Fu-Tai 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lykens 
Mr. and Mrs. Steve MacDonald 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Maddo> 
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Maguire 
Ms. Anita Mao 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Marden 
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Marsden 
Ms. Christine Marshall 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Martin 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mazzarino 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie McAlister 
Mr. Neil Gray McBride 
Mr. and Mrs. Greg McConnell 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. McKee, Jr. 
Ms. Virginia McLeod 



Mr. and Mrs. Russell Merker 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh A. Metcalf, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Mickens 

Mr. and Mrs. Alanson Middlebrook 

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Miller 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Mills 

Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Milstead 

Dr. and Mrs. John G. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Morris 

Mr. Charles H. Morrow 

Mr. Kenneth Morscheiser 

Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Myers 

Mrs. Creche Kern Navarro '98 and 

Mr, Jorge Navarro '98 
Ms. Vickie Newell 
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Nilson 
Mr. Huxley Nixon 
Ms. Vicky Nixon 
Col. and Mrs. John A. Noble 
Mr. Drew David Norbery 
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Opp 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Orlando 
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Osmanson 
Ms. Karen C. Page 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Partin 
Mr. Edgar Paschal 
Mr. Ronald Pelissero 
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Phillips 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Pisani 
Ms. Christine Polyak 
Mr. and Mrs. Pondicherry-Harish 
Ms. Jackie Powers 
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Prochaska 
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pyron 
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rader 
Mr. and Mrs. Waymond Ray 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rebitch 
Mr. and Mrs. Terry K. Reese 
Mr. Wilbur E. Reid 
Mr. Thomas L. Reilly '67 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Remington 
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Reynolds 
Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richey 
Dr. Gayle Richmond 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rigdon 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Rizzo 
Mr. Matthew J. Robbins 
Ms. Barbara A. Robinson '81 
Dr. J. Mack Robinson (H) '95 
Ms. Susan M. Robinson 
Dr. and Mrs. William T. Ross 111 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rossman 
Ms. Cornelia Roth 
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Rowell 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sabsowitz 
Mr. Bud Salamone and 

Ms. Sharon DiMarco 
Mrs. Lucy Dubrowsky Samorodin 
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Sanderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schewe 
Dr. and Mrs. Ted N. Schobert 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schweitzer 
Mr. Larry C. Shattles '67 
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sheffield 
Ms. Karen Sherrard 
Drs. William O. and Patricia P. 

Shropshire 
Mr Ralph Dean Sims 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Smith 
Ms. Tanya Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Soby 
Ms. Linda A. Sorci 
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spence 
Ms. Georgea Stathakis 
Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart 
Mr, and Mrs. Walter Straub 
Mr. and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stupple 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Suddes 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Summerlin 

Mr. Charles G. Sunstein 

Mr. David Terrell 

Mr. and Mrs. S. Scott Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Rocco Totino 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Trammell 

Drs. Pedro and Codetta Trejo 

Mr. and Mrs. George Troficanto 

Mr. Morris L. Tubesing '95 and 

Mrs. Pamela G. Tubesing 
Mrs. Dorna L. Tucker 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tulowitzky 
Ms. Valerie Turley 
Ms. Jennifer Turner 
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Urbanek 
Mr. and Mrs. Stonewall Van Hook 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Varlan 
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lee Vaughan 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Vickers 
Mr. Reid W. Walker 
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Waters 
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny I. Watkins 
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wehrle 
Mrs. Betty U. Weiland 
Mr. William R. Welch 
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Weldon 
Mrs. Tracey Weller 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. West 
Dr. and Mrs. Morgan N. Whaley, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. White 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Wiggins 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams 
Mr. James F. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Willis 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Willoch 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Wingo 
Mr. and Mrs. William Wise 
Ms. Teresa Wise 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wojdowski 
Dr. Verna L. Wool 
Mr. Lodian Douglas Wright 
Dr. Michael W. Yarbrough '72 
Mr. and Mrs. Farris F. Yates 
Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto '89 
Mr. and Mrs. Angel Zayas 
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Zellner 
Mr. Tom Ziegler 

'Deceased 



The following contributions were given 
to honor and remember members of the 
Oglethorpe University community. 

GIFTS IN HONOR 

Names listed in italics represent the 



Dr. Martin Abbott 

Mr. George Lance Barr '70* 

Alyson Adkisson & Nelson Davis 
Mr. and Mrs. Render S. Davis 

Dr. Keith Aufderheide 

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pyron 

Libby Barwick 

Mrs. Nancy T. Beane 

Mr. Christian Y. Benton 

Mr. Harry B. Frazer '89 and 

Mrs. Dawn Frazer 
Mr. Donald R. Henry '83 and 

Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 
Ms. Jody M. Stephenson '03 
Vulcan Materials Company 
Mr, James J. Williams '99 



Mr. James A. Bobart, Sr. 
Mr. Mark's. Lisicky '82 
Mr. and Mrs. L Donald Richa 



Dr. William L. Brightman 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 

Mr. David M. Ross '93 



Mr. and Mrs Paul Folger 

Sarah Bucey 

Mr. and Mrs. David Bucey 

Mrs. Juli Burton 
Ms. Lin Barker '81 

The Honorable Thomas L. Camp 
The Honorable Woodrow Tucker '44 

Mr. & Mrs. Steve Cataline 

Mr. Bud Salamone and 

Ms. Sharon DiMarco 

Class of 1 958 

Mr. Ted Dwight Bayley '58 and 
Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Bayley '57 

Dondi Eric Cobb 

Mr. and Mrs. Sammie J Cobb 

Mrs. Mary Crosby 
Ms. Janice McNeal '98 

Irani DeAraujo '8 I 
Ms. Catherine Chiou 



Dean Timothy Doyle 
Ms. Karen Sherrard 



Matt & Leslie Prall Dunn 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunn 



Lauren Folger 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Folger 



Sarah Catherine Fuqua 
Mrs. Susan Fuqua 



Sarah Allison Gatliff 

Mr. and Mrs. William O. Gatlif 



Elenor George 

Mr. Hugh J. Floyd '43 



Mr. Scott Haight 

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Haighr 



Robert F. Hammesfahr Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Reynolds 



Ms. Betsy Hansen 

Mrs. Paula Lawfon Bevington 



Mr. and Mrs. Harald Hansen 
Anonymous 



Mary Katherine Harrison 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Franjac 



Peter Howell 

Mr. John G. Turner '70 



Angela W. Johonnot 
Mr. Roger J. Nydick '62 



Matthew Lewis 
Ms. Lisa Lewis 



Sarah C. Lykens '07 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lykens 



Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '6 1 
Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 and 

Dr. Charles R. Arp 
Mr. Robert E. Bowden '66 
Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen '61 and 

Mr. Robert Bowen 
Mr. John Breton, III '97 MBA '99 

and Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Breton '02 
Mr. Milton C. Clipper 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Findley, III 
Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr. '78 
Mr. David C. Garrett, III 
Mr. J. Lewis Glenn '71 
Dr. Joel Goldberg (H) '00 
Mr. Jack Guynn (H) '05 
Mr. James J. Hagelow '69 
Mr. and Mrs. Harald R. Hansen (H) '08 
Mr. J. Cleve Hill '01 
Ms. Veronica M. Holmes '02 
Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78 
Mr. Warren Y. Jobe 
Dr. Charles B. Knapp 
Mr. Roger A. Littell '68 and 

Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell '68 
Mr. Bob T. Nance '63 
Mr. R. D. Odom, Jr. 
Mrs. Anita Patterson '97 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Reiser, Jr 
Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel '86 
Mr. O. K. Sheffield, Jr. '53 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold B. Sidman 
Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 
Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos '81 
Ms. Trishanda Treadwell, Esq '96 
Mr. Raymond S. Willoch '80 

Majorie M. MacConnell 

Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss '59 

Mr. Marshall J. Manlier 
Mrs. Marcy Mantler Ford '72 

Marcel Marceau 
Ms. Emily E. Hein '06 

Jan Collins Mayer 

Dr. Paula Haver Chambers '69 

Thomas McBrearily 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 

Sheryl Murphy 

Mrs. Mary D. Crosby 

Dr. Philip J. Neujahr 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 

Lloyd Nick 

Jay S. Drotman Memorial Fund 

Katherine Nobles 

Ms. Hannah B. Grisar '99 

David Norbery '04 

Mr. Drew David Norbery 

Oglethorpe Office of Development 

and Alumni Relations 
Mr. Donald R. Henry '83 and 

Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 

Oglethorpe Student Interfaith Council 
Ms. Toby Director 

Oglethorpe University Museum 

of Art Board 
Jay S. Drotman Memorial Fund 



Betsy Thompson Oliver 
Mrs. Mary D. Crosby 

John Perner 

Jay S Drotman Memorial Fund 

Dr. Irwin Ray 

Ms. Jaime J. Melton '98 

Ms. Judy Robinson '79 

Miss Maureen B. Robinson '82 

Melba Morgan Robinson 
Ms. Susan M. Robinson 

Jennifer Ross 

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta 

Zach Rossman 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rossman 

Rubin Exhibition 
Ms. Janet Abraham 

Ms. Luonn Sands 

Ms. Patricia Hatch O'Donnell '88 

Mr. & Mrs. Roland Sauer 
Mr. Bud Salamone and Ms. 
Sharon DiMarco 

Dr. Jon Saulson 

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Davenport 

Dr. Dan Schadler 

Drs. Philip Horton and Mary Tyson '79 

Dr. George C. Seward 

Mr. Thomas E. Deacon '60 and 

Mrs. Jeannette Seward Deacon '64 

Dr. William O. Shropshire 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 

Ms. Sarah Katherine Smith 
Mr. William Charles Smith '57 

Ms. Carly Stewart 

Mr. and Mrs. David Stewart 

Stormy Petrel Athletics 
Mr. William B. Christian '59 and 
Mrs. Barbara James Christian '62 

Jerry Taub 

Mr Matthew J. Lewis 

Coach Bob Linger 
Mr.JoshSaliba'01 

Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 and 

Mrs. Carol Lawhorn Watson '69 
Northside United Methodist Church 

Christopher D. West '04 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. West 

Chuck Wingo 

Mrs. Mary D. Crosby 

Jaime Wojdowski '03 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wojdowski 

Collins H. Yates '0 1 

Mr. and Mrs. Farris F. Yates 



GIFTS IN MEMORY 

Names listed in italics represent the 

honorees. 

Mr. Ed Baker '50 

Mrs. Kate Baker Houston '93 



Mr. Cy Bell 

The Honorable Woodrow Tucke 



.1.1 



Professor & Mrs. Leo Bilanco 
Mrs. Paula Hofmann Bell '62 
Mrs. Linda H Garriga '94 
Mr. Glenn Gibson '62 
Mr. Joseph R. Menez '70 
Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 and 
Mrs. Carol Lawhorn Watson '69 

Kevin Bradley 

Mrs. Laura Brian Bradley '88 

Lauren Ashley Burk 

Anonymous 

Dr. Charles P. Adams 

Ms. Donna E. Baggelt 

Ms. Sandra L. Bagwell 

Mr. Richard T. Battle, Sr. 

Mr. Jonathan Braatz 

Mr. Charles S. Bradford 

Ms. Juanita B. Brandon 

Mr. Chad Ryan Burk 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Burk 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cardwell 

Ms. Ingrid V. Carmichael 

Mr. Daniel M. Chessin 

Mr. Marvin Chisolm 

Hyun Chong 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cohen 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cohen 

The Community Foundation 

for Greater Atlanta 
Ms. Judy L. Cooper 
Mr. Frank Corrigan 

Cumberland Die Supply Company, Inc 
Mr. and Mrs. William Curtis 
Ms. Sandra J. Cykes 
Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond 
Mr. Don L. Edwards 
Mr. and Mrs John Embleton 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Englander 
Ms. Julie Englander and 

Mr. Frank Hill 
Ms. Laurerte Evora 
Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Farmer 
Mr. and Mrs. David Feldman 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feldman 



Ms 



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Mr. John C. Findlan 

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fowler 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Friedman 

Ms. Dori H. Fuller 

Mr. W. Hunt Fulwiler 

Mr. and Mrs. TJ. Galvin 

Ms. Caryn Gansel 

Mr. Arthur L. Glynn 

Mr. Harry N. Gordon 

Mr. James P. Gorman 

Mr. Gary L. Gorrel 

Ms. Shirley L. Gorrel 

Ms. Loren Greenspan 

Mr. Dunbar Harrison, III 

Ms. Robin Haywood 

Ms. Cathie M. Helmbold 

Mr. Donald R. Henry '83 and 

Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 
Ms. Kelli K. Hill 
Ms. Ruth Howell 
Ms. Dawn Istvan 
Mr. Alex Ivanov 

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta 
Mr. and Mrs. M. Chris Johnson 
Ms. Lavinia Johnston 

CARILLON 



Mr, and Mrs. Burt Jordan 
Mr. Marion D. Jorgensen 
Kappa Alpha Theta • Atlanta 

Alumnae Chapter 
Mr. Muhtar Kent (H) '08 
Mr. Douglas J. Ketterer and 

Ms. Jenean Marchese 
Ginger and Lucien M. Kimball 
Mr. and Mrs. Roger T. Knipper 
Ms Marcy Knopman 
Ms. Janet Kravitz 
Ms. Beverly Kritzler 
Kroger 

Mr. Andrew G. Kronitz 
Mr. E. Trice Laird 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Levi 
Ms. Lisa Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Stan Lineberger 
Mr. Charles F. McAteer 
Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCarthy '06 
Mr. R. Maxwell McGrew 
Ms. Colleen McKee 
Ms. Laura Medley 
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. Milder 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Namen 
Dr. Philip J. Neujahrand 

Dr. Victoria Weiss 
Neuropsychiatry Associates 

of Illinois, S.C. 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Nicol 
Mr. and Mrs. Severn C. Ortale 
Mr. Michael W. Outlaw 
Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey '84 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Page 
Mr. Doug Palfrey 
Ms. Sarah B. Philippon 
Ms. Mary M. Prell 
Ms. Teresa Pridgen 
Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Proctor 
Mrs. Suzie L. Rabinowitz 
Mr. Thomas R. Ragland 
Ms. Deanne Raish 
Miss Maureen B. Robinson '82 
Ms. Katie Rosenberg 
Ms. Jennifer B. Ross '08 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schneider 
Ms. Lyndsey Schultz 
Ms. Karen Segal 
Ms. Robyn Senoff 
Mr. Elliott M. Server 
Ms. Jeneill Sewell 
Drs. William O. and Patricia 

P. Shropshire 
Ms. Sarah Sipple 
Mr. Alexander Small 
Solomon & Gordon 
Mr. Jason H. Stone 
Strassman Insurance Services, Inc. 
Ms. Ellen Sukenik 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swafford 
Mr. James B. Swanson, Jr. 
Ms. Jennifer Tesler 
Ms. Joanne Thurman 
Mr. David E. Toltzis 
Ms. Eileen L. Topper 
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Trahan 
Mr. Mark A. Turcot '84 and 

Mrs. Catherine Gleim Turcot '80 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Upton 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Van Houten 
Ms. Kathryn A. Wade 
Walton High School 
Mr. Joshua Weber 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weinberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Jed Weisman 
Mr. John Williams 
Ms. Linda Willis 
Mr Ricky Winn 
Taylor L. Winn 
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Zager 



Dr. Ronald L. Carlisle 

Mr. and Mrs. John Alt 

Ms. Penelope J. Anderson '01 

Mrs. Laura Brian Bradley '88 

Dr. Steven L. Brown 

Mr. David Buice 

Ms. Lisa S. Cameron 

Mrs. Susan Carlisle 

Mr. Phillip R. Certain 

Mr. and Mrs. James Clevenger 

Ms. Emily Collette 

The Columns Group 

Dorian Software Creations, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Franjac 

Mr. George H. Galloway, Jr. 

Ms. Wendy D. Goldberg '92 

The Leonard and Jerry Greenbaum 

Family Foundation, Inc 
Mr. Jeremy J. Greenup '99 
Habif, Arogeti & Wynne, LLP 
Ms. Eadie Hahn 
Mrs. Donna S. Harper 
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hatfield 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hatfield 
Dr. Karen Head '98 
Ms. Mary J. Jordan 
Dr. J. Brien Key 
Mr. Richard Kopelman 
Ms. Donna R. Kurtz 
Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large 
Mrs. Bette Lee 
Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 
Mrs. Constance S. McBride 
Ms. A. McKee 
Ms. Kathy McKee 
Mr. Robert A. Milford '99 
Miller Ray Houser & Stewart, LLP 
Dr. John D. Orme 
Mr. Aran C. Palefsky '75 
Palmetto Beverage Management Corp. 
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Park 
Mrs. Anita Stevenson Patterson '97 
Mr. and Mrs. David Phillips 
Mrs. Deesi Thurston Phillips '76 
Ms. Mary V Phillips 
Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 
Dr. Daniel L. Schadler 
Drs. William O. and Patricia 

P. Shropshire 
Spell Press Davis Sauro, PC 
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L Stapleton 
Mr. Martin A. Torrance 
Ms. Vivian Gray Trabue '65 
Mr. Morris L. Tubesing '95 and 

Mrs. Pamela G. Tubesing 
Dr. James M. Turner 
Dr. Vienna K. Volante 
Mrs. Diane Dubay Walker '86 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weber 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Welch 
Ms. Kathryn White 
Mr. James J. Williams '99 
Dr. Jason M. Wirth 

Mr. Robert Carson '52 

The Begley Family Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Carson 

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Fintel 

Mr. and Mrs. John Hines 

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McGahee 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weaver 

Mr. Thomas W. Chandler, Jr. 
Mr Robert L. Manning '64 

Mr. Albert H. Church Jr. 
Ms. Martha J. Church '67 

Mr. Harold Coffee '30 

The Honorable Woodrow Tucker '44 



Mrs. Ernestine Cooper 

Mr. David Nathan Cooper '71 

Pop Crow 

Mr. John C. Day, Jr. '64* 
Mr. J. Cabot Gupton '63 and 
Mrs. Barbara Dexter Gupton '63 

Ms. Jane H. Davis 

Mr. Thomas E. Deacon '60 and 

Mrs. Jeannette Seward Deacon '64 

Dotlie Hansell DeRosa 
Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 

rjric Dinerman 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 

John E. Elrod 

Dr. Mimi Milner Elrod '66 

Ms. Catherine Franco 

Ms. Jeanie Franco Marx '64 

Dr. Caertner 

Mrs. Lillian Cable Williams '41 MA '45 

Ms. Lyndra S. Civens '94 
Mrs. Amy Z. Estes '94 MA '01 

Befry Benefield Coldthwait 
Dr. John T. Goldthwait '43 

Dr. Roy Goslin 

Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough '65 

Mr. Aram Grayson 
Mrs. Joanne R. Bossert 

Mrs. Cle Hall 

Dr. and Mrs. G. Malcolm Amerson 

Mr. Charles F. Hines Jr. 

Mrs. Lynda Papini Hines '64 MAT '92 

Mrs. Ellena Hudgins 
Mr. Jay D. Dye '60 
Mr. SamG. Hudgins '61 

Mrs. Vanesa Ingram 
Ms. Brevely Mack '03 

Ray Kaiser 

Ms. Gail Lynn '77 



Mr. Steve Kennedy '80 
Mrs. Lynette Ossinsky Fir 



Mr. William Kennon 

Mrs. Ann Kennon Breslauer '82 



Mary Jane Stuart Kohler 
Mrs. Fran Bennett Konradt '90 



Amy Lotus 

Mrs. Mojgan Khosravi '01 



Mr. Stuart Lynn 63 

Mr. Charles L. White '63 



Mrs. Clare Findley "Tia" Magbee '56 
Mrs. Rosalie Brookshaw North '58 



Tomas "Moses" Mannion 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richan 



Mrs. Fairis Bagwell McGeady 
Mr. Hewlett Bagwell '32 * 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Kelley 

Professor Jim Miles 

Hon. Henry C. Atchison '52 

Befry Brumbelow O'Quinn 
Mr. James E. Henderson '52 and 
Mrs. Jean Horton Henderson '52 

Gordon & Helen Otting 
Mr. Jerry L. Otting '67 

Dr. Philip Palmer 

Mr. Robert P. Hoyt '68 

Mr. Jeffrey S. Layne '74 

Ms. Pamela Grossman Levin '69 

Susan Woodson Pechfelder '73 
Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer '72 

John P. Salamone '86 

Mrs. Michelle Ponte Miller '94 

Mr. John Schaefer '92 and 

Mrs. Lori Pacpaco Schaefer '90 MAT '98 
Mr. James E. Tate, IV '89 

Mr. MaclayJ. Salfisberg 

Mrs. Virginia G. Salfisberg '42 

Stephen J. Schmidt 
Mr. J. Jay Kapp '00 



Stephen C. May 

Dr. Thomas N. Pirkle ' 



Mrs. Billie McClanahan 

Maj. James C. McClanahan '41 



Mr. Jack E. Tebeau '63 

Dr. CM. Mickey Metcalf '63 



Dale Tubesing 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 



Dr. Warren Valine 
Dr. Louise M. Valin. 



Charles Weltner 

Dr. Thomas N. Pirkle ' 



Steve Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 



Dr. Glen Wilson 

Mr. William R. Foster '58 



James W. Wilson 

Mrs. Janie P. Wilson '74 



Graduates of the Class of 2008 have 
continued an established tradition of 
senior class philanthropy at Oglethorpe 
University. The '08 for OU campaign 
has given graduating students the 
opportunity to honor or memorialize 
influential people in their lives with a gift 
to the 2007-2008 Oglethorpe Fund. We 
are pleased to recognize the following 
graduates for their contributions to the 
'08 for OU campaign. 

Ms. Fauzia Almani 08 
In honor of Nasir, Shamim and 
Faiyaz Amlani 

Ms. Jessica L. Anderson '08 
In memory of James & Nellie Anderson 
and John Wolf 

Ms. Leah W. Balch '08 
In honor of Stephen, Maria. & 
Daniel Balch 



Ms. Megan E. Campbell '08 
In honor of my supportive family 

Ms. Kemoy Clarke '08 
In honor of Donna Bromfield and 
Dr. Orme 

Ms. Ashley A. Cooper '08 

In honor of Mom, Dad, The Coopers 

& Bennights, Professor Boharl & 

Coach Howell 

/Vis. Stacy S. Cox '07 

In honor of Robert, Rushlon and 

Elizabeth Cox, Virginia Vanitvelt 

& John Strongman 

Ms. Sarah S. Darby '08 

In honor of my wonderfully supportive 

Mr. Luis A Davila '07 

In honor of Agustina Lizardi 

Mr. John J Eslerline '08 
In honor of John, Julie & Adam Esterline 
and Dean Doyle 

Mr. Brickford L. Faucette '08 
In honor of the Oglethorpe Women's 
Basketball Team 

Ms. Francsca Y Funderburk '08 
In honor of my supportive family 

Ms. Julia A. Gates '08 

In honor of Randy & Laura Gates 



Ms. Krystal D. Gayle '08 
In honor of my family 

Ms. Stephanie M. Gill '08 
In honor of my parents 

Ms. Jessica A. Graner '08 

In honor of Anne & Lou Graner 

Mr. Keith A. Griffin '08 

In honor of Kim, Anthony, Eric & Jessica 

Griffin and Professors Kelley, Collins 

and Rosenthal 

Ms. Carly A. Hallman '08 

In honor of Richard & Deborah Hallman 

Ms. Abby Hammond '08 
In honor of Mom, Dad, D.J., 

Laura, Gram Amos & the rest of the 

Hammond/Meyers Family 

Mr. Kenneth R. Hobbs '08 

In honor of Danny & Sandra Hobbs 

Ms. Lydia M. Hofstetter '08 

In honor of Cindy and Edwin Hofstetter 

Mr. Ralph Horton '08 

In honor of Ralph and Cathy Horton, 
Catherine Horton, the rest of my 
supportive family and Professors 
Geiger and Straley 

Ms. Soumya Kantamneni '08 

In honor of Dr. Babu & Mrs. Anita 

Ms. Ausrine Klicius '08 

In honor of Roma & Al Klicius 



Ms. Kelly D. Korell '08 

In honor of Dr. Cassandra Copeland 

Mr. Russell Kramer '08 

In memory of Sarah Kramer 

Mrs. Christina R. MacRosty '08 
In honor of Edward & Denise Tyler 

Ms. Jeffanne E. Millien '08 

In honor of Renaud & Germaine Millie 
Yvan, Leinz, Juno, Chrissan, Junissc 
Grandma Therese, & Grandma 
Odette 

Ms. Ligia E. Padilla '08 

In honor of my parents & my brother 

Ms. Kiera E. Robbins '08 
In honor of Nathan, Kathleen, Megha 
& Kevin Robbins 

Ms. Natina i. Roberts '08 
In honor of Homammed Schools & 
my loving & strong family 

Ms. Sunny M. Rodgers '08 

In honor of Mom, Dad, and Sean 

Ms. Joy E. Schambach '08 
In honor of my family 

Mr. Matthew R. Suggett '08 
In honor of Jonathon Visconti 

Mr. Nathan D. Tyre '08 

In honor of Aaron & Justin Tyre 

Ms. An'Renae V. Walkins '08 
In honor of my loving & supportive 
family and Vicki E. Colbert 

Ms. Hannah M. Wiles '08 
In honor of Deborah Wiles 

Ms. Suson H. Yi '08 
In honor of Abraham, AeKyoun 
& Nathan Yi 

Ms. Duo Zhou '08 
In honor of Guoyao Zhou and 
Xiuhua Fan 



HERITAGE 
►OCIETY 



THE NESCIT CEDERE 
HERITAGE SOCIETY 

Nescit Cedere, a Latin phrase pro- 
nounced "nes-keel keh-deh-reh," was 
taken from the Oglethorpe family crest 
as the university's motto. It translates 
as "He does not know how to give 
up" and perfectly captures the pride 
and tenacity of those who give loyally 
to Oglethorpe. The following donors 
have remembered the university in their 
estate plans to ensure its future success. 

Mr. G. Douglass Alexander '68 
Ms. Susan Harmon Alou '84 
Anonymous [1 3) 
Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 and 

Dr. Charles R. Arp § 
Mr. Ted D. Bayley '58 and 

Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Bayley '57 
Ms. Judith M. Becker 



Ms. Carlee Bell '65 

Mrs. Frances Norman Block '38 

Mr. Frederick Boswell '24* 

Mr and Mrs. Franklin L. Burke '66 § 

Ms. Mary Williams Cazalas '54 § 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Chandler 

Ms Terry Tribbet Davis '82 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Dennis '69 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Dillingham § 

Dr. Harold C. Doster 

Mr. H. Lynn Drury '63* 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Emerson § 

Ms. Ruth G. Fox* 

Mr. Wilson P. Franklin '39* § 

Mr. David C. Garrett, Jr. (H) '99 § 

Mr. George E. Goodwin 

Mrs. Bobbie Dexter Gupton '63 and 

Mr. J. Cabot Gupton 
Mr. Scott T. Height '89** 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward 

Brodnax Hansel § 
Ms. Karen Head '98 
Mr. Donald R. Henry '83 and 
Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 
Mr. Thomas G. Hood '78 § 
Mr. Thomas P. Hunter '43 *§ 
Ms. Rebecca Harbor Jones '62 § 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith Lanier 
Mr. Wilfred J. LeBlanc '61 
Mr. Louis T. Lombardy '69 
Dr. Jay Lutz 
Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 and 

Mr. Barry Lynch § 
Ms Gail Lynn '77 § 

Mrs. Margaret Woodward Mathewes '55 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. McGill § 
Mr. John Meacham '42 
Ms. Jeannette Bentley Moon '38 
Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss '59 and 

Mr. Jack Moss 
Ms. Elizabeth Ward Pearce '66 
Dr. Guerrant Perrow '40* 
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Phillips '63 § 
Mr. William Plowden, Jr. '67 
Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robey '97 
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Roesch '69 
Ms. Rhett Pinson Sanders '43 
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Scharff '63 § 
Mr. Stephen J. Schmidt '40 * and 

Mrs. Jeanne Fuller Schmidt '42 § 
Drs. Patricia and William Shropshire 
Ms. Anne Rivers Siddons (H) '91 § 
Dr. Joseph A. Soldati '6 1 
Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 
Ms. Denney Wells Spencer '48* 
Dr. and Mrs. Donald S. Stanton (H) '99 
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Tubesing '95 § 
Mr. Daniel Uffner '51 

§Charter member 

**New members in 2007-2008 

* Deceased 

(H) Honorary degree recipient 



THANK 
YOU 



OFFICERS 

Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 
8oord Chair 

Mr. Jack Guynn (H) '05 
Vice Choir 

Mr. Harold R. Hansen 
Treasurer 

Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 
Secretary 

TRUSTEES 

Mr G. Douglass Alexander '68 

Mrs. Yetty L. Arp '68 

Mr. Robert E. Bowden '66 

Mrs Martha Laird Bowen '61 

Mr. M. John Breton III '97 (ex-officio) 

Mr. Milton C. Clipper 

Mr William A. Emerson 

Mr. Norman P. Findley III 

Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr '78 

Mr. David C. Garrett, III 

Mr. J. Lewis Glenn '71 

Dr. Joel Goldberg (H) '00 

Mr. James J. Hagelow '69 

Mr. James V, Hartlage, Jr. '65 

Mr. J. Cleve Hill '01 (ex-officio) 

Ms. Veronica M. Holmes '02 

Mr. Tad M. Hutcheson 

Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78 

Mr. Warren Y. Jobe 

Dr. Charles B. Knapp 

Mr. Roger A. Littell '68 

Mr. William T. Mullally '03 

Mr. Bob T Nance '63 

Mr, R.D Odom, Jr. 

Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorgkey '84 

Ms. Anita Stevenson Patterson '97 

(ex-officio) 
Mr. Robert E. Reiser, Jr. 
Lawrence M. Schall, J.D., Ed.D. 

(ex-officio) 
Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel '86 
Mr. Arnold B. Sidman 
Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos '81 
Ms. Trishanda Treadwell, Esq. '96 
Dr. Pamela Tremayne 
Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 
Mr. Raymond S. Willoch (ex-officio) 

TRUSTEES EMERITI 

Mr. Franklin L. Burke '66 
Mr. Kenneth S. Chestnut 
Mr William Goodell 
Mr. George E. Goodwin 
Mr C. Edward Hansell 
Mr. Arthur Howell 
Mr. J. Smith Lanier 
Mr. James P. McLain* 
Mr. John J. Scalley 
Mr. O.K. Sheffield, Jr. '53 



(H) Honorary degree recipient 



We recognize the following people who 
gave generously of their time, talents 
and resources to benefit Oglethorpe Uni- 
versity during 2007-2008. These volun- 
teers enable the university to provide an 
outstanding educational experience for 
current and future students. Many thanks 
to these individuals. 



OFFICERS 

Mr. Raymond S. Wlllc 
Chair 

Ms. S. Tammy Pearsor 
Vice-Chair 



77 



Mr. Richard Arroll 

Ms. A. Diane Bake 

Mr. Robert Bowen 

Ms. Kelly Caffarelli 

Mr. Roger Couch '61 

Mr. John Cunningham 

Mrs. Cynthia Darland 

Mr. Brian A. Davis '94 

Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond 

Mr Paul L. Dillingham 

Mr. F. Wayne Dobbs '61 

Ms. Heather Correa Duffy 

Mr. Harry S. Feldman '75 

Mrs. Donna Findling '96 

Mr. Harry R. Frazer '89 

Mrs. Donna Gainer '93 

Mr. David Golden 

Mr. Kenneth P. Gould '85 

Mr. Robert L. Hall 

Mr. William J. Hogan, Jr. '72 

Mr. B. Shane Hornbuckle '92 

Ms. Nancy C. Juneau 

Mr. Robert M. Kane '81 

Mr. William E. Lukow '95 

Ms. Gail Lynn 77 

Mr. Jin Matsumoto '74 

Mr. J. Kevin Meaders '93 

Mr. Thomas P. O'Connor '67 

Ms. S. Tammy Pearson '86 

Dr. Thomas W. Phillips '63 

Mr. Edwin Reitman 

Mr. J. Bruce Richardson '69 

Mr. Clifford T. Robinson '89 

Mr. Brian C. Sass '84 

Mr. Larry C. Shorties '67 

Mr. Horace E. Shuman '80 

Mr. Scott M. Sloan '76 

Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith '70 

Ms. Linda Spock 

Mr. Bernard van der Lande '76 

Mr. Stephen J. Walden 

Ms. Elizabeth D. Watts '93 

Mrs. Dorothea Pickett Westin '8? 

Mr. Terry White 

Mr. Mark A. Williams '94 

Mr. Melvyn Williams 

Mr. J. Blake Young, Jr. 

Mrs. Karen J. Young '81 

NATIONAL ALUMNI 



PRESIDENT 

Ms. Anita Stevenson Patterson '97 

DIRECTORS 

Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. '64 
Mr. Robert B. Baker, Jr. '79 
Ms. Joselyn Butler Baker '91 
Mr. Christopher A. Bailor '93 
Mr. Jeremy J. Greenup '99 
Dr. Karen Head '98 
Mr. J. Cleve Hill '01 
Ms. Ellen Heckler O'Herlihy '82 
Mr. Aron C. Palefsky '75 
Mr. David Reynolds Pass '98 
Ms. Anita Stevenson Patterson '97 
Ms. Jennifer Fairchild Pierce '92 
Mrs. Deesi Thurston Phillips '76 
Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 
Mr. David M. Ross '93 



Mr. Eric M. Scharff '63 

Mrs. Andrea Spencer Shelton '91 

Mrs. Vivian Gray Trabue '65 

Mrs. Trishanada Treadwell, Esq. '96 

Mr. James J. Williams '99 

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS 

Ms. Penelope J. Anderson '01 

Young Alumni Club Co-President 
Mr. Christian Y Benton 

Faculty Representative 
Mr. Keith A. Griffin '08 

Senior Class President 
Ms. Carletta S. Hurt '98 

African American Alliance Chair 
Ms. Heather Lynn Staniszewski '02 

Young Alumni Club Co-President 

PARENTS LEADERSHIP COUNCIL 
MEMBERS 

Donna and Bill Barwick 
Mary and Frank Beall 
Cindy and Robert Cairns 
Carol and Otis Campbell 
Toby Director 
Anne and Lou Graner 
Nancy and Phil Marsden 
Theresa and John Moore 
Jeri and Jeffery Osmanson 
Susan and Jim Spence 
Corletta and Pedro Trejo 
Danni and Thomas Varlan 
Cheryl and Jim Weldon 

OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 
MUSEUM OF ART 
ADVISORY BOARD 

Mr. John C. Perner 
Chairman 

MEMBERS 

Ms. Elizabeth K. Ayers 

Ms. Katie Boone 

Ms. Lynne Bush 

Dr. Peter Drotman 

Mr. Stephen Germany 

Ms. Dallas Greene 

Dr. Bonnie Hayes 

Mr. Morris Herzberg, Jr. 

Ms. Veronica M. Holmes '02 

Mr. Theresa Johnson 

Dr. David Jones 

Dr. Jay Lutz 

Ms. Elizabeth Munson 

Mr. Lloyd Nick 

Dr. William O. Shropshire 

Mr. Bernard van der Lande '76 



Did we miss your name? 

The Honor Roll of Donors recognizes all gifts made to 
Oglethorpe University from July I, 2007 to June 30, 
2008. If you noted an error or omission, please let us 
know so that we can correct it for next year's publica- 
tion. Thank youi 

Please contact George Kopec at 404.364.8328, 
gkopec@oglethorpe.edu or Lesley Cole at 
404.364.8476, lcole@oglethorpe.edu. 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



ALUMNI 
AWARDS 

Nomination Deadline: 
January 9, 2009 



Spirit of Oglethorpe Award: Builds on the Oglethorpe motto: 
Make a life. Make a living. Make a difference. It is given to a loyal 
alumna/us who lives according to the Oglethorpe motto and strives 
to make a difference by exhibiting creativity, purposefulness and a 
commitment to improving the quality of his or her community. 

Young Alumnus Award: Is presented to an outstanding graduate of 
the last 10 years. This award recognizes those graduates who have shown 
leadership and inspiration to other young alumni through their participation 
in career, public service, volunteer or continuing education activities. 

Talmage Award: Given to an outstanding alumna/us or Oglethorpe 
community member who has contributed time, talent or financial resources 
to one or more programs of the university. 

School Bell Award: Alumni or past/present faculty member who has made 
a lasting contribution to the field of education. 

Athletic Hall of Fame: Alumni or former athletic staff members who have 
excelled in athletics at Oglethorpe or in their professional life. Alumni will be 
considered for induction at least 10 years after graduation. 

Circle of Honor: A positive role model in the Oglethorpe community who 
has played a prominent role as a volunteer and/or supporter of our student 
athletes. 

How do I nominate a deserving recipient? 

Please provide as much of the following information as possible. It is helpful 
to include materials that support your nomination such as a vitae/resume, 
newspaper clippings or commendatory letters. 

• Indicate for which award you are nominating the alumna/us 

• Nominee's full name, class year and complete address (if known) 

• All business/professional information for nominee 

• A brief explanation of the qualifications of this nominee for the award. 

• Include your own name, your relationship to the nominee, email address 
and daytime phone number 

How are the nominees selected? 

The Awards and Recognition Committee of the Alumni Board of Directors 
meets to review nominations and recipients are approved by the entire 
Alumni Board of Directors during their winter meeting. Award winners 
are notified and are invited to receive their award at the annual Awards 
Dinner during Alumni Weekend April 17-19, 2009. Nominees remain on the 
nomination list for three years. A complete list of all award winners can be 
found at www.alumni.oglethorpe.edu/awards 

Nominations may be submitted to: 

Barbara Bessmer Henry '85, Director of Alumni Relations Oglethorpe 
University, 4484 Peachtree Rd. NE, Atlanta, GA, 30319 
Phone: 404-364-8443; Fax: 404-364-8500. Submit online at 
www.alumni.oglethorpe.edu/awards or email alumni (a oglethorpe.edu. 




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CAN YOU 
SPOT OU ^ 
POTENTIAL? 



Name: Brandon, age 9 

Achievements: 

• Learned to read at age 4 

• Leading scorer on his soccer team 

• Knows the 1 2x1 2 multiplication table 

• Organized a pet walking service in his neighborhood 



Future plans: 

• Oglethorpe University, Ba in International Studies, class of 2021 

• Start own import/export business, go public, retire at age 29 

Maybe Brandon is a little too young to be thinking about Oglethorpe just 
yet. But I bet he reminds you of a talented, inspirational young mind who is 
university bound in the near future? You can help build on Oglethorpe's 
reputation as home to the best and brightest. 



Refer an outstanding prospective student today. 

Phone: 404-364-8308 
Email: admission@oglethorpe.edu 

My Prospect List 





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Beginning January 1, 2009, the Georgia Department of Revenue will begin offering an 
Oglethorpe-branded license plate. The university's commemorative license plate will 
feature the official Oglethorpe University seal. Show your Petrel pride everywhere you go! 

An OU plate is available to alui...ii, faculty, staff, students, parents and friends. Order today! 
The charge for the OU plate is $25. To order, send a check to Oglethorpe University 
(Commemorative License Plate, Oglethorpe University, 4484 Peachtree Road NE, 
Atlanta, GA 30319) or register online at www.oglethorpe.edu (keyword: license plate). 

We will send you a License Plate Request form. Forms can be electronically completed 
and emailed to dperoune@oglethorpe.edu or mailed to Denise Peroune (Oglethorpe 
University, 4484 Peachtree Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30319). If you have questions, call 
404.364.8868. 

Go ahead and let your license plate tell the world you're proud to be a Petrel!