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Carillon 
(kar-uh-lon) 

DEFINITION 

1. SET OF BELLS HUNG IN 
A TOWER 

2. OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY'S 
ALUMNI MAGAZINE 

3. ALL OF THE ABOVE 



"Given by Grace Josephine Lesh, that the hours at Oglethorpe might be filled with music and 
harmony." — Inscription on the 2,000 pound bell held in Oglethorpe University's carillon. 

Josephine Lesh of Newton Center, Mass., was the dear sister of Maude Lesh Jacobs, wife of 
Thornwell Jacobs (1915-1943), Oglethorpe's fifth president. When Lupton Hall was built 
in 1913, Ms. Lesh, according to an Oglethorpe University Bulletin in 1917, felt that the 
architecture and aesthetics of Oglethorpe University called for a carillon to "govern the daily 
recitations and hourly life" of the campus. The original four bells, installed vrith the three- 
faced clock, were cast by a Troy, N.Y. foundry and were designed to strike — as they do now 
— quarter-hour chimes and an hourly toll. 

The bells have been enjoyed over the years, and in 2005 a new tradition began as 
Oglethorpe graduates were finally permitted to make the climb up the spiral staircase 
from the third floor of Lupton to the bell tower. Seniors must be willing to ignore any 
claustrophobia or fear of heights for the opportunity to ring the 90-year-old bell — a 
privilege for those graduating from our prestigious university. 

The carillon now consists of 42 bells, which are clearly audible across Oglethorpe's entire 
campus. There is even talk of training students to become carilloneurs (also known as bell 
ringers) for special occasions. 

Carillon, the bi-annual alumni magazine, was first launched in 2004 and is symbolically 
named after the bell tower, heralding good news about the institution and our family. 

BY Abi Berwager '08 



CARILLON STAFF 



EDrroR 

Susan Soper '69 

COPY EDITOR 

Renee Var\" 

CLASS NOTES EDITOR 

Elizabeth Katz 

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS 

Abi Berwager "08 
Barb Henry '85 
Dr. Stephen Herschler 
Elizabeth Katz 



Lucy Leusch 
Katie Paden 
Hoyt Young 

HONOR ROU. OF DONORS 

George Kopec 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

Mark DeLong '03 
Leland Holder 
Brit Prince '11 
David Tblis 
Julie Vaughan '09 

ASSISTANTS 

Caio Lima '10 
Hannah Parker 12 



DESIGN 

Jenifer Cooper and Susan Cooper 
CooperWorks, Inc. 

PRINTING 

Market Source, Inc. 

Carilktn is published twice a year, 
fall and spring, for alumni, friends 
and family of Oglethorpe University. 
Oglethorpe, founded in 1835, is a 
private, hberal arts college. 4484 
Peachtree Road, Atlanta, Ga. 30319 
404-261-1441 or www.oglethorpe.edu. 



Speak Out: We'd love your 
feedback on this iss^ie as well 
as what you might like to see 
in upcoming Carillons. Email: 
ssoper@oglethorpe.edu 



ON THE COVER 

The photograph of the Class of 2013 
was taken the day the students 
arrived for Orientation in the Reading 
Room of the Philip Weltner Library. 
The photographer was David Tulis. 
See related story, page 6. 



CARILLON (VOL. 7, NO. 1) 



CONTENTS 



THE NEWS 
ON EVERY 
OU FRONT 



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OUTSTANDING; 

THE CLASS OF 2013 

The Class of 201 3 is local, global, 
smart and accomplished. 

SIBLING RIVALRY 

Meet some of the nine sets of 
siblings on the OU campus. 



1 PROUD; 

NEWS & EVENTS 

From Aufderheide to Zinner, 
OU faculty get noticed. 

1 5 GROUP; 

• Alumni Award Winners 

• Calendar of 201 Events 




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AS I BEGIN MY FIFTH YEAR AS OGLETHORPE'S PRESIDENT, I AM 
AMAZED BOTH BY HOW LONG IT FEELS LIKE I HAVE BEEN A PART 
OF THIS COMMUNITY AND BY HOW QUICKLY THE TIME HAS 
PASSED. TOGETHER, WE HAVE ACCOMPLISHED A LOT AND YET THERE IS 
MUCH, MUCH MORE TO DO. SOMEONE BROUGHT ME A COPY OF MY 
INAUGURAL ADDRESS THE OTHER DAY AND ASKED IF I HAD READ IT DURING 
THE PAST FIVE YEARS. IN FACT, I HAVE, AT LEAST ONCE OR TWICE A YEAR. 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



OGLETHORPE IS NOW LIVING WITHIN ITS MEANS. 
WE HAVE ACCOMPLISHED THIS TURNAROUND 
BY A COMBINATION OF CONSERVATIVE FISCAL 
POLICY ON THE EXPENSE SIDE OF THE LEDGER AND 
AGGRESSIVE AND SUCCESSFUL RECRUITMENT AND 
RETENTION STRATEGIES ON THE REVENUE SIDE. 



Toward the end of that inaugural address, I spoke of 
Oglethorpe's obligation in American higher education, 
derived from the intersection of three conditions: 

• the visionary ideals and call to action of our namesake, 

• our tradition of education in the liberal arts, 

• and our place in the city of Atlanta. 

I went on to say that liberal education in America has 
always been grounded in a public purpose and that, us- 
ing John Dewey's words, I believed that the measure of 
our worth as an institution is our effect in enlarging and 
improving upon the human experience. That is how, I 
committed, I would like Oglethorpe and my presidency to 
ultimately be measured. Yes, we have accomplished a lot, 
yet there is much more to be done. (The inaugural speech 
can be found at www.oglethorpe.edu on the President's 
page, and in case people have not seen me in a while, I 
have a whole lot more gray hair now.) 

One of the first tasks of my administration was to restore 
a sense of business and administrative discipline to ensure 
Oglethorpe's future. While our work here is certainly not 
over, in large measure we have achieved this goal. I will 
provide one fact for your consideration. Since 2006, we 
have increased our net operating revenue by almost $4.5 
million dollars. In lay terms: Oglethorpe is now living 
within its means. We have accomplished this turnaround 
by a combination of conservative fiscal policy on the 
expense side of the ledger and aggressive and successful 
recruitment and retention strategies on the revenue side. 
We opened this fall with almost 1,100 students. Our full- 
time traditional enrollment is at a record high. 

While the fiscal turnaround has been a necessary part of 
our success, it is not the only essential ingredient. You will 
enjoy Provost Stephen Herschler's letter on page 4 about 
our eight new Learning Communities which are trans- 
forming our first-year curriculum. Our Honors Program, 
which three years ago enrolled no first-year students, 
now has a third of the class enrolled. I am privileged to be 
teaching one of the first year Honors seminars addressing 
the causes of the Civil War, giving me an up-close look at 
just how outstanding students in this class are. (Our Vice 
President for Enrollment and Financial Aid, Lucy Leusch, 
writes more on this topic on page 6.) 

In other signs of growth and improvement: 

• Our theatre program, which began in 2004 with only a 
few majors, now boasts 30 ma,iors, a number of minors, 
and is ranked among the top 20 programs in the country. 



• Some of our science and mathematics faculty members 
have begun to re-invent a significant part of their 
curriculum through participation with a national 
organization called SENCER (Science Education for 
New Civic Engagement and Responsibilities). 

• Our Center for Civic Engagement just had its inaugural 
three-year grant renewed for another three years. Its 
work coordinating and encouraging the efforts of our 
students and faculty all across Atlanta has helped put 
Oglethorpe in the forefront of civic and opinion leaders 
in the region. Because of the work of the Center, I was 
recently honored as the only Georgia college president 
to speak at a panel on K-12 public education held at the 
Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation. 

• We continue to expand the educational partnership 
with our own Oglethorpe University Museum of Art. 
Each semester, faculty build curriculum and offer 
lectures on subjects related to ongoing exhibitions. 
Last semester, our exhibition focused on Dachau, 
both before and during the Holocaust. This semester, 
contemporary art from Cuba is the impetus for creating 
a focus on Cuban culture. 

• Our unique partnership with AirTran Airways this year 
alone will fly more than a dozen classes (yes, entire classes) 
to cities like New York, Washington and Miami to 
enhance the learning that happens inside the classroom. 

• Our athletic teams continue to improve each year: The 
Women's Basketball team made it to the 2009 NCAA 
Sweet SLxteen last spring, and our golf team brought 
home OU's first NCAA championship: 2009 NCAA 
Men's Golf Champions. The 2008-09 Men's Tennis 
team finished the season ranked in the South region 
(tl6). This is the third straight year the Petrel Netters 
have been ranked in this highly competitive region. 

Collectively, we are working very hard to honor our obUgation 
to our students and to our community. The success we have 
achieved so far rests upon the shoulders of our faculty, our 
trustees, our students, our staff and our alumni. 

This past year, we set another record for annual fund 
dollars raised. That's quite an accomplishment given the 
state of affairs in the world today. But still, fewer than one 
in five alumni made a gift to Oglethorpe and frankly, this 
continues to put us at a disadvantage. 

If you are someone who has lent a hand in the past, thank 
you and please continue to make your gift a habit Great things 
are happening at Oglethorpe because of friends like you. 
If you have not yet developed this habit, I encourage you 
to come aboard. It's a gratifying and exciting journey. 



CARIUON I 3 




EACH NEW SCHOOL YEAR ALWAYS BRINGS FRESH ENERGY AND 
EXCITEMENT TO THE OGLETHORPE QUAD. THIS YEAR, HOWEVER, 
FEELS PARTICULARLY DYNAMIC. 



One reason is the sheer size of the new class filling classrooms and the quad with more fresh 
faces. Another reason can be attributed to new academic initiatives strengthening students' 
engagement with their courses and their new communities — Oglethorpe and Atlanta. 

The Learning Community initiative focuses on freshman students' first year experience. 
Each Learning Community consists of two courses: a four-credit course paired with a 
one-credit seminar. The same students enrolled in the course are also enrolled in the 
seminar. Launched last year with four pilot communities, this year's number has doubled 
to eight and now includes half of the freshman class. 

Two courses with the same students may not sound like much of a change, but by 
strengthening the exposure and connections between both students and faculty, it opens 
the door to very exciting initiatives. 

Sharing more than one class in common fosters a stronger sense of community amongst 
the students as they share more university experiences together. Upper-class student 
mentors in the first-year seminar serve as important sources of information and support 
for freshman. Moreover, the two faculty members participating in a particular Learning 
Community are in constant communication with one another about the courses and the 
students in them. This enables them to devote more thorough attention to individual 
students' academic strengths and weaknesses at that critical moment when the students 



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are making the transition to university- 
level work. Learning Communities persist 
throughout the first year, which makes this 
support even stronger. 

Learning Communities provide exciting 
opportunities for students to integrate and 
extend their knowledge. The one-credit 
seminar often is on a topic closely related 
to four-credit companion course. For 
example, last year Linda Taylor, professor 
of English, taught a section of first year 
Core - Narratives of the Self- wth Robert 
Steen, professor of Japanese, who taught 
a seminar about The Poet in Asia. They 
coordinated the contents of the two courses: 
students compared and contrasted the 
notion of journey in the haiku of 17th 
Century Japanese poet, Basho, with that 
contained in Homer's Odyssey. 

The exploration of ideas across courses 
— and cultures and centuries — proves 
exciting for students and facult}' alike. 

Last year, a number of Learning Commu- 
nities integrated on-campus and off-cam- 
pus resources. The Oglethorpe Universit}' 
Museum of Arts Spring 2009 exhibitions, 
Dachau before Dachau a.nd Dachau Con- 
centration Camp prompted some Learning 
Communities to include The Diaiy of Anne 
Frank in their Core 101 syllabus. With the 
support of the Center for Ciric Engage- 
ment, they attended a performance of the 
book, staged at the Renaissance Project by 
Oglethorpe alum, Vince Pisani "00. 

Another Learning Community even 
traveled up to Washington, D.C. for a day 
to tour the Holocaust Museum. 

Jay Lutz, Professor of French, and Simon 
Sparks, Assistant Professor of Philosophy 
continue to recount the conversation about 
art and the holocaust spontaneously gen- 
erated amongst the students as they rode 
MARTA home from the airport that night. 

Learning Communities are continuing 
to evolve. This year, in addition to haring 
seminars connected with Narratives of the 
Self, we are experimenting with seminars 
connected to other courses freshmen are 
likely to enroll in, such as another Core 
class, Art and Culture, as well as Biolog}' 
101. We have also introduced our first 
residential Learning Community, in 
which student members all reside together 
on campus. This provides Dean of 
Students, Tim Doyle, the opportunity to 
teach his section of Narratives of the Self 
in a Traer Hall seminar room, bringing life 
and learning into even closer pro.ximitj' to 
one another. 



WE'RE ALL 
LEARNING 




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Last fall, we began the first of our Learn- 
ing Communities for freshmen \vith 
four communities linking a one-credit 
First Year Seminar with a section of 
the required Core course for freshmen. 
Narratives of the Self Facult>' and staff" 
provided regular off-campus co-curricular 
experiences to enhance these academic 
links. The faculty' met monthly. Many of us 
found that the teaching of the Core course 
was greatly enhanced by the cooperating 
team of two teachers and the greater com- 
munit>' and engagement that developed 
among the students. 

Building on this promising beginning, 
we doubled the number of Learing 
Communities for this fall to 
eight. SLx of these had links 
between sections of 
Narratives of the Self and 
First Year Seminars with 
topics of "The Poet in Asia," 
'Creative Problem Sohing" 
(taught by a physicist, col- 
laborating with a philosopher 
teaching the Narrative section), "The 
Written Word Endures," "Road Stories," 
"Our of the Inferno: Dante's Divine 
Comedy" and "Leadership Through Ser- 
vice." The other two Communities linked 
the First Year Seminars to courses in Art 
and Culture and General Biologj' L This 
expansion into art and biology £is among 
the four-credit courses in the links, adds 
exciting parts to the curriculum that sup- 
port the Learning Communities. 

All Learning Communities will go on at 
least two relevant co-curricular trips each 
semester. Some of these destinations 
include: 

• The Atlanta History Center 
CNN 

The King Center 
The High Museum of Art 
Centers for Disease Control 
The Bodies Exhibit 



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• The Carter Center 

• The Robert C. Williams Paper Museum 
at Georgia Tech 

• Cochran Shoals Park at the Chatta- 
hoochee River National Recreation Area 

• The late artist Howard Fluster's Paradise 
Gardens 

As we did last year, we will provide air 
travel to New York, Washington, D.C. and 
other places providing attractions that en- 
hance the learning in these Communities. 

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ONE LEARNING COMMUNITY 
EVEN TRAVELED UP TO 
WASHINGTON D.C. FOR . 
A DAY TO TOUR THE 
HOLOCAUST MUSEUM. • 
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This year, there is more ongoing collabo- 
ration between the instructors in each 
Communitj'. At monthly dinner meetings. 
Learning Communitj' facultv' share their 
ideas and discuss readings on pedagogj' 
for building, sustaining, and improving 
Learning Communities. We have increased 
the number of Learning Communit}' linl;s 
in which the instructors share common 
paper assignments. In at least one of the 
Learning Communities, students are doing 
semester-long service at the Path Academy, 
the charter school adjacent to the OU cam- 
pus, helping with writing and establishing 
a poetry club. 



CARILLON I S 



OUTSTANDING 




CLASS 
OF 2013 

BY Lucy Leusch,Vice President for 
Enrollment and Financial Aid 



We are sure that OU 
will change these 
students, and v/e are 
eager to see hov/ they 
will change OU. Indeed, 
they are already 
having an impact on 
every corner of this 
campus. The class, just 
six students shy of last 
year's record-breaker, 
has a lot going for 
it. Get to know just 
a few of them on the 
follov/ing pages. 



ORIENTATION WEEKEND WAS A JOYOUS ONE ON THE OGLETHORPE 
CAMPUS AS 259 NEW STUDENTS ARRIVED, UNPACKED, MET ROOM- 
MATES AND SAID FOND FAREWELLS TO THEIR PARENTS AND SIBLINGS. 
NOT ONLY IS THE CLASS OF 201 3 ONE OF THE LARGEST IN OUR 
HISTORY, IT IS ALSO POPULATED WITH SOME REAL STANDOUTS. A 
QUICK SNAPSHOT OF THIS CLASS INCLUDES: 



• A veteran from the war in Iraq who 
guarded General Petraeus, commander 
of the coahtion forces in Iraq; 

• A young woman from Memphis who 
took a year between high school and OU 
to immerse herself in her Jewish heritage 
in Israel; 

• A student from Ft. Lauderdale also did 
a gap year and spent a semester with a 
Christian ministry in Colorado; 

• Five students from the prestigious 
Ransom Everglades School in Coconut 
Grove, Fla., all of whom were involved 
in a service project to clean up the 
Everglades; 

• A Civic Engagement Scholar, who vnth 
high school friends in Columbus, Ga., 



started a volunteer group they called 
Epic— Everyday People Implementing 
Change. 

• Two friends from the Miami area who 
enjoyed their campus visit so much, they 
recruited a third friend, and all are on 
campus this fall; 

• A young woman who was a founding 
member of Stronghold Atlanta, a non- 
profit to assist abused women 
and children; 

• OU's largest group of soccer recruits; 

• A student from Idaho, who is the 
U.S. student the furthest distance 
from home. 

• Almost a dozen new players for our 
winning women's basketball team; 



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CLASS OF 2013 

THE 
STATS 

SAT scores are a full 50 points 
higher than students who enrolled 
just five years ago. 

23 percent of the freshman class 
are student athletes. 



Students come from 22 states, and we have 22 international 
students from Austria, Botswana, China, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, 
Fiji, France, Germany, Haiti, Iceland, Japan, Nepal, Poland 
and Spain. 

64 percent of the class is from Georgia. 

Nine of the incoming class have siblings already 
on campus, and one set of twins arrived together. 

Six Sarahs and four Tylers. 



CARILLON 



Not all siblings can follov/ 
in the footsteps of an older 
brother or sister, but the 
OU experience is often a 
bond that siblings enjoy 
sharing. This year, not only 
do we have nine in the 
Class of 2013 who are 
joining an older sibling 
already on campus, we also 
v\^elcomed one set of twins 
this year, is there rivalry? As 
you will read in the following 
profiles, it's all relative! 





BY Katie Paden 

PHOTOGRAPHS BY Brit Prince '1 1 



TYLER AND RILEY CERONE 

ROSWELL, GA. 

For Riley 13 and Tyler 12 Cerone, selecting Oglethorpe was as natural as a well-practiced 
lay-up. Riley first committed to the Lady Petrels basketball program, and then her 
brother, Tyler, decided to transfer from an out-of-state school as a sophomore to join the 
men's team. Now it's easier for their entire family to watch them play basketball and to 
enjoy the occasional Sunday dinner together. Riley and Tyler interact on campus on a 
daily basis, sometimes crossing paths in the gym during practice or eating together in the 
cafeteria. The two agree that attending Oglethorpe together already has strengthened 
their relationship. 



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OUTSTANDING 




MARCIA AND MELINDA DAUGHERTY 
HAMPTON, GA. 

When Mindy Daugherty '13 watched her older sister, Marcia 
'12 select Oglethorpe, she never guessed she would one day 
attend as well. Now the two sisters consider their college 
years a valuable bonding experience in an already close 
relationship. "Our interactions are not by coincidence," 
affirms Marcia. "We schedule times to study, shop and hang 
out." Mindy enjoys the support of having her older sister on 
campus and the familiar familial encouragement. The sisters 
help each other reach their academic and personal potential, 
and both have recently become involved in Oglethorpe's 
literary magazine. The Tower. Their father has embraced 
the university in his own way. A Pittsburgh Steelers fan 
who already loves to wear black and gold, he has developed 
unbridled enthusiasm for the Stormy Petrel mascot. 



CAITLYN AND LINDSEY MITCHELL 
PEACHTREE CITY, GA. 

"Wait, there are two of you?" Identical tv^dn sisters Caitlyn and 
Lindsey Mitchell, class of 2013, have grown accustomed to the 
double-take they get when meeting new people. The sisters had 
long since decided they wanted to attend college together, and 
when they arrived on the scene at Oglethorpe this fall, they were 
eager to make the most of Oglethorpe's academics and its nurtur- 
ing community. Caitlyn and Lindsey share interests and goals: 
both are pursuing an English major with concentration in creati\ e 
vvriting. They also are involved in Oglethorpe's art and literary 
magazines and are founding members of the OU Quidditch team 
and martial arts club. "There's a fimdamental difference in the 
relationship of twins," says Lindsey. "We're best friends." 





BARRY AND SETH LANGER 
DECATUR, GA. 

For the Langers, OU is a family affair. Seth '13 joined 
Barry '11 on campus this fall because he jives with "the 
academic philosophy of providing a universal foundation 
of knowledge" through the Core Curriculum. Seth is a 
recipient of the premier Georgia Shakespeare Scholarship 
and has already earned Equity credits as a freshman through 
involvement in the professional company's production of 
Julius Caesar. Both brothers are members of the Jewish 
Student Union, and Barry serves as its president. He 
believes that the chance to become an integral part of 
campus life is a big part of what drew him to OU. Bariy's 
leadership on campus also includes elected offices in the 
Oglethorpe Student Association, and membership in the Chi 
Phi fraternity and the Honor Council. Their father, Stuart, 
completes the family's involvement in OU life: he is an 
instructor in the evening program. 



OTHER SIBLINGS ON CAMPUS... 

Zach '13 and Ramika '1 1 Gourdine, Atlanta 

April '13 and Laura '12 Bald>vin, Snellville, Go. 

Christo '13 and Marinella '10 Taoushiani, Powder Springs, Ga. 

Sascha '13 and Alex '1 1 Sher, Botswana 



CARILLON 



PRQUD 

EVERYONE IN THE OGLETHORPE 
FAMILY STAYS BUSY ON AND 
OFF CAMPUS, FURTHERING 
EXPLOITS AN6 EDUCATIONS, 
ACCOMPUSHING, PUBUSHING 
AND ENGAGING IN MANY WAYS. 
HERE ARE SOME OUTSTANDING 
ACHIEVEMENTS WORTH NOTING 
FROM THE OGLETHORPE 
UNIVERSITY FACULTY AND 
STAFF — AND SOME FORMER 
STAFFERS, TOO. 





Afaculty team taught an intcniisiiplnuiri/ honors class 
on Atlanta traffic in spHng '09- 



THE NATIONAL SENCER INITIATIVE 

For the past three years, science and mathematics faculty members Dr. Keith 
Aufderheide, Dr. John Cramer, Dr. Lynn Gieger, Dr. John Nardo and Dr. Mike 
Rulison have been involved with the national SENCER initiative. Oglethorpe hopes to 
see a real shift in hovi/ science and mathematics are perceived, wanting students to see 
living, breathing, relevant disciplines that are accessible to all. SENCER stands for Science 
Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities, and its main goo! is to change 
how science and mathematics are taught in order to show their ability to address capacious 
societal problems. Last spring, this faculty team taught on interdisciplinary honors class on 
Atlanta traffic where students designed and carried out group research projects. Also last 
spring, students in introductory classes in chemistry, physics, and statistics carried out a 
semester-long collection of water data from two off-campus sites (Blue Heron Nature Preserve 
and Silver Lake) and one on-campus site (the stream near Emerson Student Center). Next 
semester, a class dedicated to the analysis of that data and expansion into other areas (lead 
and other pollutants in water) is planned. 



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Students in Spanish and French of Dr. Mario Chandler and Dr. Jay Lutz performed 
scenes from A Tempest by Aime Cesaire at the South Atlantic Modem Language Associa- 
tion in November. A pubHc staged reading of the play in February in Lupton Auditorium 
was carried out by the students and produced by Atlanta's Theatre du Reve with Carolyn 
Cook as director. 

In August, Dr. Chandler, attended the 2009 ICALLAS (International Conference on 
Afro-Hispanic Luso-Brazilian and Latin American Studies) conference in Accra, the 
capital of the West T^frican nation of Ghana. The focus of the conference was to make 
scholarly, literary, historical and cultural connections between Africa and the Americas. 
The paper he presented was called "Gold Coast to Fernando Po: Tetteh Quarshie, Cacao 
and the Hispanic Link to nascent African Transnationalism." 



UTHEASTERN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 

ica Graner '08, (second from right), the 2008 winner of the O.U. Cup, continues 
to work on research with Professor John Carton (far left) and presented o poster titled 
"The effects of victinn and execution impact statements on jurors' verdicts." She presented 
research at last year's Southeastern Psychological Associotion meeting in Charlotte, N.C. and at the Georgia Psychological 
Association annual meeting this summer. Also pictured are llano Olin '09, second from left, the Sally Weltner Award recipient, 
and Dr. Leah Zinner. 



Dr. Bruce Hetherington, Professor of Economics, and Dr. Refer Kower, Assistant 
Professor of Economics, published an article in the June edition of The Journal of 
Economic History which deals with blockade running during the American Civil War. 

Dr. Bob Hornback, Associate Professor of English, has had a prolific year in publishing 
including: his book. The English Clown Tradition from the Middle Ages to Shakespeare 
(Boydell &Brewer, September 2009), journal articles in Shakespeare Studies, The 
Shakespeare Intematiojial Yearbook, and Research Opportunities in Medieval and 
Renaissance Drama, invited book articles in A Companion to Tudor Literature and 
Thunder at a Playhouse: Essaying Shakespeare and the Early Modem Stage, and a 
review (by invitation) in the prestigious Shakespeare Quarterly. 

Leanne Henry-Miller, Lloyd Nick and Annette Cone-Skelton, Director of MOCA-GA 
(Museum of Contemporary Arts of Georgia) judged the first Zen and the Art of Arts 
this fall in Atlanta. The art exhibition was by Zen-inspired artists and was part of the 
First Annual Festival of the Arts. Nick was also the juror for the 2009 Georgia National 
Fair in Perry, Ga. 

Dr. VIvlana Plotnik, Associate Professor of Spanish, travelled to Quito, Ecuador in 
October to participate at a conference organized by FLACSO (Facultad Latinoameri- 
cana de Ciencial Sociales or Latin American School of Social Sciences) and AILCFH 
(Asociacion Internacional de Literatura y Cultura Femenina Hispanica or International 
Association of Hispanic Women's Literature and Culture) to read her paper: "Memory, 
Childhood and Political Activism: Argentine Novels about the '70s.'" 

Dr. Beth Roberts, Vera A. Milner Associate Professor of Elementary Education in OU's 
Master of Arts in Teaching program, is serving as President of the Georgia Association 
of Colleges of Teacher Education, 2009-2010. 

Dr. Seema Shrikhonde, Associate Professor of Communication and Rhetoric Stud- 
ies, has three entries this year in The Encylopedia of Journalism (Sage Publication): 
"National Public Radio," "Public Radio Journalism" and "The Impact of the Internet on 
the News Media." 

Christina Shunnorah, a 2005 graduate of Oglethorpe's Master of Arts in Teaching 
(MAT) for Early Childhood Education program, was named Dekalb County Schools' 
2009 Teacher of the Year at International Community School (ICS). 

George G. Stewart, a former reader services librarian, recently published Yoknapa- 
tawpha. Images and Voices: A Photographic Study of Faulkner's County (University of 
South Carolina Press, $24.95, soft cover; $49.95 hardcover). 

Ginger Williams, Lecturer in Education, Director of Field Experiences, in the 
OU's Master of Arts in Teaching program, is president of the Georgia Field Directors' 
Association during the 2009-2010 academic year. 




Alan Loehle, Associate Professor of Art 
and Director of the Art Program, hod o solo 
exhibition of new work at Morcio Wood 
Gallery in Atlanta in January of 2009. The 
exhibition, Metaphors and Symbols, focused 
on art created during his 2007 Guggenheim 
Fellowship for Painting. The exhibition — 
including Liminal Dog, above — received 
numerous reviews, including the Atlanta 
Journal Constitution ond Art Voices. fHe was 
also profiled in the January/February issue 
of The Atlantan magazine. 



CARUON I 11 




OGLETHORPE CELEBRATES 1 75TH ANNIVERSARY 

IN 2010, OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY CELEBRATES THE 175TH ANNIVERSARY 
OF ITS FOUNDING! SPECIAL EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR WILL MARK 
THE OCCASION, INCLUDING EXCITING ON-CAMPUS EVENTS, STUDENT 
AND ALUMNI TRIPS TO SAVANNAH AND ENGLAND TO COMMEMORATE 
JEO HIMSELF, ILLUSTRIOUS GUEST SPEAKERS, AND MORE. LOOK FOR MORE 
INFORMATION SOON. 



HERBERT HOWELLS RECORDING 

A new recording of the Sonatas for Violin and Piano 
by English composer Herbert Howells performed by 
OU Adjunct Professor of Music Brent Runnels and 
violinist Beth Newdome of Florida State University has 
just been released by Mark Records. It includes the 
unpublished 2nd Sonata by Howells and the first 
commercial release to include the complete 3rd Sonata 
in E minor. Other than a recording on the Hyperion 
label, this is the only other commercial recording of 
these three works in print. 





OGLETHORPE 
UNIVERSITY 
MUSEUM OF 
ART: MATISSE 

January 23-May 9, 2010 

Henri Matisse, A Celebration of French Poets 
and Poetry. Opening Reception, 3 to 6 p.m. 
at the Oglethorpe University Museum of 
Art, Philip Weltner Library. This exhibition 
examines the poetic interest of one of the 
greatest French artists of the 20th Century. 
In 1930. when Matisse returned to France 
from an ex-tended vacation in Tahiti, he was 
invited by the famous French pubhsher, 
Albert Skira, to illustrate selected poems, 
Poesies, by the 19th Century poet, Stephane 
Mallarme. It was the first of several commis- 
sions involving poetry and the graphic arts 
of etching and later lithography. In 1948, 
the last major commission and collabora- 
tion with Skira was Florilege des Amours de 
Ronsard, an illustrated work consisting of 
126 lithographs celebrating the love poems 
of Pierre Ronsard. The show runs through 
May 9, 2010, Tuesdays through Sundays, 
noon to 5 p.m.; docent tours Sundays at 2 
p.m. General admission is $5; Oglethorpe 
community and museum members free. For 
more information, call 404-364-8551. 



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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL HOSTS NCAA 
TOURNAMENT GAMES FOR FIRST TIME 
IN SCHOOL HISTORY 

The Oglethorpe University women's basketball team posted a Stormy 
Petrel all-time best 27-4 overall record in the 2008-2009 season and 
was rewarded by being named a host site for the NCAA Tournament 
for the first in school history. It marked Oglethorpe's fourth 
consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament and the Petrels advanced 
all the way to the Sweet Sixteen before losing to eventual tournament 
vnnner, George Fox University. Additionally, seniors Katie Kulavic 
and Anna Findley were selected as All-Americans for their outstanding 
play and head coach Ron Sattele was named Regional Coach of the 
Year as well as the Georgia Basketball Coach-of-the-Year. 



PETER HOWELL ELECTED TO GEORGIA TENNIS HALL OF FAME 

Peter Howell, Oglethorpe University assistant athletics director and head men's and women's tennis 
coach, has been selected for induction into the Georgia Tennis Hall of Fame. Founded by the Georgia 
Tennis Association, the Georgia Tennis Hall of Fame honors those whose excellence both on and off the 
tennis courts have brought recognition and esteem to themselves and tennis in Georgia. Howell has 
over 35 years of both playing and teaching tennis experience that include holding the #5 national 
ranking by the United States Tennis Association (USTA) for six consecutive years and being named 
the Georgia Pro Tennis Player-of-the-Year four times. The men's tennis team he guides at Oglethorpe 
University has been ranked regionally in the Atlantic South Division among NCAA Division III schools 
in each of the past three seasons. 



MEN'S GOLF CLAIMS 
SCHOOL'S FIRST 
NATIONAL TITLE 

The Oglethorpe University men's golf team 
won the 2009 NCAA Division III Men's 
Golf Championship held last May at the 
PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, Fla. The 
Stormy Petrels erased a four stroke deficit 
on the final day of the tournament to claim 
the school's first NCAA title in any sport. 
Congratulations are certainly in order for 
the starting line-up of Olafur Loftsson '12 
(tournament medalist), Scott Pugh '10, 
Hap Kaufold '09, Colin Chapman '12 and 
Matt Bernstein '12 as well as head coach 
Jim Owen who, in addition to guiding the 
StTmy Petrels to the championship, was 
named the Southern Collegiate Athletic 
Conference Coach-of-the-Year for the lo'" 
time in April. 






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Through a growing global network of 
partnerships, agreements and for-credit 
courses, Oglethorpe students hove a 
smorgasbord of travel opportunities to 
choose from - v/hether It's a short-term 
trip, a semester abroad orS^ull year 
of study. From archeology T^moseooDl 
politics, business or cuisine, there is 
a vt^orld that awailSl'lHere ore justJol 
few examples.. *•»;. , 




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MAKE A LIFE. MAKE A 
LIVING. MAKE A DIFFERENCE. 

These three simple sentences define an 
Oglethorpe University education. These 
three simple sentences also define what 
Oglethorpe University alumni are doing 
from the classroom to the courtroom, in 
the board room, the operating room and 
their own living rooms. 

Take a moment to think about the impact 
Oglethorpe University has had on your life. 
If you're like me, many of your experiences 
since graduation have been influenced by 
the time you spent at OU. For many of us, 
the friendships we formed ofFof Peachtree 
Road have resulted in lifelong bonds. For 
others, our successful careers have been 
shaped in ver>' profound ways by the time 
we spent at Oglethorpe. 

As you read through this issue oi Carillon, 
pay close attention to the ways our 
students, faculty, staff and alumni are 
making a life, making a living, and, most 
importantly, making a difference. Ask 
yourself how you can be part. 

• When was the last time you visited the 
campus? 

• Did you see the recent exhibition — 
What is Cuban Art? — at the Oglethorpe 
Museum of Art? 

• Have you cheered on one of our increas- 
ingly winning athletic teams lately? 

• Wouldn't you like to take friends to 
Georgia Shakespeare this summer? 

• Would you like to serve on a committee 
of the Alumni Board? There are many 
ways to get involved and be engaged: call 
the Alumni Office at (404) 364-8893 or 
send an email to alumni@oglethorpe.edu 
with your questions or your ideas for 
your involvement. 



Oglethorpe alumni really do make a differ- 
ence at Oglethorpe. A number of alumni 
helped the university with the James 
Edward Oglethorpe Scholarship Weekend 
in January, and their work really paid off. 
More than one-third of all the students 
who participated in the weekend enrolled. 

In April, I enjoyed visiting with many of 
the more than 600 alumni who made a 
difference and attended this year's Alumni 
Weekend. The weekend was a terrific 
success thanks to the staff and alumni 
volunteers who spent hours planning the 
festivities. Make your plans now to attend 
Alumni Weekend 2010 which takes place 
Friday, April 16 through Sunday, April 18. 

Finally, I hope you will join me in making 
a difference hy financially supporting 
our alma mater. I believe very deeply in 
the good work done at Oglethorpe and in 
the importance of giving my support for 
current and future students. Our contribu- 
tions help create and sustain an excep- 
tional ex'perience for Oglethorpe students. 
I cannot overemphasize the importance of 
your financial participation. A gift of any 
amount benefits students in many positive 
ways and speaks volumes of the value your 
Oglethorpe education has had for you. 

Randy Roberson 

Development Officer 

Universit}- of Maryland, 

Robert H. Smith School of Business 



IMPORTANT 
ALUMNI DATES 



Friday, January 1, 2010' 

Alumni Night at OU Basketball game. 
OU Alumni Family Night, 6-10 p.m. 

Friday, January 22, 2010: 

Alumni Night at OU Basketball game. 
OU Alumni Pizza Night, 6 p.m. 

Wednesday, February 10, 2010: 

Oglethorpe University Day 

Friday, February 12, 2010: 

Alumni Night at OU Basketball game. 
Chocolate Buffet Night, 6-1 p.m. 

Saturday, February 20. 2010: 

Alumni Night at OU Basketball game. 
Indoor Homecoming Tailgate, 6-10 p.m. 

Wednesday-Friday, 
February 23-25, 2010: 

Florida Alumni Receptions in Tampa, 

Ft. Lauderdale and Miami 



Thursday, March 4, 2010: 

Nashville Alumni Reception 

Friday-Sunday, 
April 16-18,2010: 

Alumni Weekend 2010 celebrating the 

1 75th Anniversary of the Founding of 

Oglethorpe University. 



For more information on any 
event, please visit us at: 
www.alumni.oglethorpe.edu 



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ROUP 



ALUMNI AWARD WINNERS 



Each year, a handful of outstanding 
alumni is honored at a gala awards dinner 
during Alumni Weekend. Last spring, the 
following alums made us all proud. 

Talmage Award to the alumni 

who contributes time, talent or financial 
resources to one or more programs of the 
university and/or is distinguished in the 
business or professional world. 




David N. Cooper '71 

Associate Deputy General Counsel to 
the Secretary of Defense, Department of 
Defense, Office of the General Counsel, 
The Pentagon, Washington, D.C. 

David Cooper is an active member of sev- 
eral professional organizations, including 
the American Bar Association, Federal Bar 
Association, Bar Association of the District 
of Columbia, the Reserve Officers Asso- 
ciation, the Judge Advocates Association 
and American Inn of Court. He is active in 
community affairs including the Wash- 
ington National Opera, The Washington 
Ballet and his church. For the past several 
years. Cooper has hosted the Washington, 
D.C. Alumni Reception; established a mu- 
sic fund at OU in memory of his parents, 
Nathan and Ernestine Pitman Cooper and 
helped Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) alumni 
organize the 30th reunion during Alumni 
Weekend. This fall. Cooper began his term 
on the OU Board of Trustees. 



School Bell Award for alumni or 
past or present faculty members who have 
made lasting contributions to the field of 
education. 



Mike Emery '82 

Director of Athletics, 
Student Activities and 
Community Schools 
for Gwinnett County 
Public Schools, Nor- 
cross, Ga. 



Mike Emery was awarded the School Bell 
Award for his contributions to the education 




community as demonstrated by his 22 
years of service to Gvrinnett County as a 
teacher, coach, mentor, athletic director 
and administrator. 

Emery credits his collegiate experience 
playing basketball for coach Jack Berkshire 
as the impetus for his desire to teach and 
coach. Emery also serves the community 
as a mentor to a special needs young man 
he met in 1985. In 2008, he developed the 
Adapted Sports Program for Gwinnett 
County Public Schools, providing students 
with physical disabilities the opportunity 
to participate in athletics. 

Young Alumnus off the Year 

to recognize a graduate of the last 10 years 
who has shown leadership and inspired 
other young alumni through participation 
in career, public service, volunteer, or con- 
tinuing education activities. 

Allen 
Whitehort '06 

Basketball coach and 
history teacher. 
Centennial High 
School, Atlanta 

Searching for new 
ways to be involved 
at OU while he was 
a student. White- 
hart joined the Rich 
Foundation Urban 
Leadership Program ' 
where he eventually won the program's 
Leadership Award to go along with the 
Charles Longstreet Weltner Award he had 
received the previous year. Whitehart also 
continued his passion for civic involvement 
by volunteering to fiirther enrich the lives 
of children growing up in conditions simi- 
lar to his owTi childhood at the Sheltering 
Arms Early Education & Family Centers. 



Spirit off Oglethorpe 

AwfOrd for an alum who lives by the 
Oglethorpe motto — Make a life. Make a 
living. Make a difference. — demonstrating 
the attributes of a liberal arts education by 
exhibiting creativity, purposefulness, and 
a commitment to improving the quality of 
their community. 



Janice McNeal '98 

Community Volunteer 
Sanibel Island, Fla. 

Upon graduation, Janice 
McNeal planned to 
blend two interests: OU 





and Habitat for Humanity. For three years, 
she hosted OU students at her home on 
Sanibel Island where she and the students 
spent the week of Winter Break assist- 
ing in the construction of Habitat houses 
in Fort Myers. She served on the Alumni 
Board and travels occasionally with the 
Development Office for alumni functions. 
Last spring, to build awareness in South- 
west Florida about the university, McNeal 
and OU alumnus Robert Bowden "67 and 
his wife, Dixie sponsored the "Oglethorpe 
House" for an annual tour of homes on 
Sanibel Island. 



Athletic Hall off 
Fame Inductees 




Basketball 

Shelly Anderson '95 

Geometry/algebra 
teacher and basketball/ 
Softball coach at The 
Lovett School, Atlanta 



Shelly Anderson was on the first women's 
basketball team at OU. She was a four-year 
starter and captain for two years. Ander- 
son was a standout point guard vrith 400 
career assists. She received All-Conference 
honors for two years while at OU. She 
ranked #1 in the SCAC as well as #3 in 
the NCAA Division III in total assists her 
senior year. Anderson is currently #2 in 
assist average in the SCAC and holds the 
record for total assists and season assist 
average. She is also ranked #3 in season 
steal average. 



Basketball 
Daniel Brown '99 

Radiology resident at 
Memorial University 
Medical Center 
Savannah, Ga. 



While attending OU, Brown was given the 
opportunity to start during his freshman 
season. He went on to be selected to the 
SCAC All-Conference teams in each of the 
follovring three seasons, earning Second 
Team honors in his junior season and First 
Team honors in his senior season, where 
he scored 18 points per game and grabbed 
nearly nine rebounds per game. He also 
won academic award for highest GPA on 
the team during his junior and senior sea- 
sons. Brown was honored with an NCAA 
All-South team selection and broke OU 
records for three-pointers made in a single 
game (eight) and career three-pointers 
made. He graduated as the second all-time 
leading scorer in OU history. 




16 I CX3LETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



Basketball 

Eddie Starnes '58 

Retired elementarj' 
school principal 
Cedartown, Ga. 



■^H Eddie Starnes was one 
of the first players to 
come to OU in 1956 to play under Garland 
Pinholster's "OU Basketball Renaissance." 
Starnes was a member of Pinholster's first 
winning team at OU and he was chosen to 
play on the Atlanta Journal-Constitutions 
Small College All-State basketball team as 
center in 1958. 



Soccer 

Tinnie Waterson 

Weber '97 

Fourth grade teacher 
at Edwin A. Anderson 
Elementary School 
Wilmington, N.C. 



Weber served as a team captain both 
her junior and senior years. She was a 




four-time All-SCAC performer receiving 
Honorable Mention honors in 1994, 
Second-Team honors in 1993 and 1995 
and culminating wi\h a First Team selec- 
tion her senior year in 1996. That year, as 
a defender, she had 11 goals and six assists 
for a team-high 28 points to finish seventh 
in the league in scoring. Weber was the 
third Petrel to earn First Team honors in 
the program's first sLx years in the SCAC, 
and she was the only women's soccer 
player from OU to be named to the SCAC 
15th anniversary women's soccer team. 

Golf 

Tolliver Williams '99 

Morgan Stanley's Invest- 
ment Banking Di\'ision 
New York, N.Y. 

As a four-year letterman | 
on OU's golf team, Tol- 
liver Williams led the Petrels to their first 
SCAC Championship and NCAA berth. As 
an indi\'idual, he won numerous tourna- 
ments and awards including AIl-American 




honors, two-time SCAC player of the year 
and three-time SCAC All-Conference. Wil- 
liams played in prestigious amateur events 
such as the 2000 U.S. Amateur Champion- 
ship and 2001 British Amateur Champion- 
ship where he competed against many of 
the top professionals in the world. 



Baseball 

Josh Gazaway '99 

Histor)' teacher and 
Softball and baseball 
coach at Marietta High 
School 
Marietta, Ga. 



During his time at OU, Josh Gazaway 
earned SCAC All-Conference honors in 
1998 and 1999 and was named to the 
All-South Regional team as a senior. As a 
senior, Gazaway was selected as the Team 
MVP. Gazaway 's career totals rank him in 
the top 10 in hits, batting average, slug- 
ging percentage, at bats, doubles and home 
runs. He holds the record for RBIs with 119. 




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GOT AN ALUM YOU'D LIKE TO NOMINATE 
FOR ONE OF THESE HONORS? 

Please fill out this form and send it to: Barb Henry, Alumni Director, 4484 Peachtree Rood, N.E., Atlanta, GA 30319 or 
email alumni@ogletfiorpe.edu. 



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CARILLON I 17 



FACULTY APPRECIATION 

AT THE FACULIT APPRECIATION RECEPTION IN APRIL, TWO ALUMNI 
SPOKE FROM THE HEART ABOUT THE VALUE OF THE OGLETHORPE 
FACULTY TO THEIR LEARNING AND LIFE EXPERIENCES. HERE ARE 
EXCERPTS FROM THOSE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. 




Elizabeth 
Bridgers '87 

Elizabeth Bridgers 
earned a BA in Eng- 
lish. Since gradua- 
r^K ^B^ tion, she has worked 

^Bi ^~^ .i^H '" the public rela- 
tions and marketing 
industry at two ma- 
jor firms in Atlanta, 
representing clients 
that included IBM, Hasbro Toys, Marriott, 
Philips Electronics, Federal Express, Turn- 
er Broadcasting System and AFLAC. She has 
also worked in the nonprofit arena, includ- 
ing Asheville School and as the National 
Communications Director for the Ameri- 
can Cancer Society. Elizabeth is currently 
the communications executive at Genova 
Diagnostics, an international medical lab 
headquartered in Asheville, N.C. She has 
won several awards including a national 
Emmy Award, a CASE National Award and 
the Burson-Marstellar Star Award. 



While I have changed so very much since 1987, the campus remains transfixed in 
time, grey stone unworn over time. The bells of Lupton continue to chime the hour 
in a digital age when most students use their cell phones to monitor the time. 

But the dependable clock bells are not truly the heartbeat of Oglethorpe. The faculty 
holds that sacred responsibility. ... The essence of the faculty — what sets them apart 
from other educators — remains unchanged and as stalwart as when I was a student. 

Dr. Brightman still offers countless insights without claiming to have "the answer," 
humbly suggesting that upon another reading, he'd likely find more subtle nuance 
in the text. (He'd pinpointed a lot!) Vicki Weiss' palpable enthusiasm for medieval 
literature is inspiring. As I listened to her masterful Harkness-style discussion of 
Doctor Faustus, I mused that her enthusiasm would lead one to believe that she'd 
just discovered the work. When students got near the answer, she physically leapt vrith 
excitement as she led them toward an understanding the major themes of the work. 

It's from Linda Taylor, my beloved advisor who taught me the tenets of writing, that I 
found my voice which I still use when writing professionally or for my own enjoy- 
ment. From a more pragmatic standpoint, she encouraged me to take an internship 
which was the launching point of my professional career. 

Barbara Clark taught a Women in Literature class in which I experienced several 
seismic shifts in the way in which I approached my own female experience and the 
complexity of balancing being a woman, a daughter and, later, a vrife and a mother. 
She taught more than literature, she taught life. 

And that's what I believe is most important about the faculty of Oglethorpe. They're 
teaching life — often in philosophical or intellectual manners — but the lessons that 
we each needed were carried forth from their classrooms... 




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Matt Pazdernik '01 

While at Oglethorpe, 
Matt Pazdernik was 
active in the Chi Phi 
Fraternity, Cross 
Country team and 
student government. 
Matt Pazdernik grad- 
uated with a degree 
in Business Administration focusing on 
International Business. After several years 
working in Supply Chain Management for 
Kimberly-Clark, he attended New York 
University - Stem School of Business, 
where he earned an MBA in 2006 vrith a 
focus on Strategy, Operations and Global 
Business. He now lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., 
with his wife Kate Harrison '03 and 
works for Merck & Co., Inc. as a manager 
in Business Research Integration. He 
continues to enjoy running (and has 
completed marathon runs in Dallas and 
Philadelphia) and finds a creative outlet 
in music production and DJ-ing (he is 
currently the DJ for The Electric Company, 
a Public Broadcasting Service series). 



My personal experience after Oglethorpe — and I hear this echoed by so many of 
the OU alums that I keep in touch with — is that we felt so prepared for life after 
graduation, as we pursued new academic and professional challenges... 

Oglethorpe's small class sizes enable an optimal student/teacher ratio. The core 
curriculum imparts a comprehensive and broad base of knowledge and most 
importantly the ability to integrate knowledge from different fields of study into 
an informed perspective. These things, however, only enable the possibility of the 
Oglethorpe education; they are necessary but not sufficient. They are a superior 
strategy put into practice by the folks we're honoring today. What actually makes 
Oglethorpe work is its faculty. 

They not only provide subject matter expertise, but also personal attention to 
ensure that students are learning. They provide meaningful feedback, support and 
connection vidth the students. ..I would like to take advantage of this opportunity to 
express my sincere gratitude to all of you, past and present, especially Dr. William 
Shropshire and Dr. Dean Tucker, who impacted my academic and personal life in 
ways I probably wasn't able to adequately appreciate or express as an undergraduate. 



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WHATEVER HAPPENED TO...? 



BY Barb Henry '85, 
Alumni Director 



WHATEVER HAPPENED TO? IS SOMETHING WE ALL 
WONDER FROM TIME TO TIME, SO WE WANTED TO 
BRING YOU UP TO DATE ON A COUPLE OF ALUMNI 
AND EVEN A FORMER PRESIDENT WHO WAS RECENTLY 
SERENADED ON CAMPUS. 



PSYCHOLOGY AND POLITICAL 
SCIENCE ADD UP TO VOTE, tlUN, 
LEAD FOR OU GRAD 

Stacey Chavis, a native of Maudlin, S.C., received a B.A. in Psychology with 
Political Science minor from Oglethorpe University in '05. Chavis is the Southern 
Regional Director for the White House Project, a national, nonpartisan, not-for- 
profit organization that aims to advance women's leadership opportunities in all 
communities. The White House Project supports women and the issues that allow 
women to lead in their own lives and in the world. 

Stacy directs the Vote, Run, Lead training program for the entire Southeast region 
which provides the nuts and bolts of running for political office by focusing on 
teaching effective communications, fundraising and campaigning. Stacey has ; 
traveled across the country providing leadership training to women and has 
developed expertise in developing skills in young women interested in politics, 
including campaign planning, political fundraising and running for higher office. 

Previously, Stacey was the Deputy Finance Director for the Democratic Party of 
Georgia. She raised money for the House and Senate Caucuses of the Georgia 
General Assembly. Stacey also directed the Georgia delegation selection process for 
the Democratic Notional Committee Convention in Denver, Colorado in August 2008. 

Chavis, active in politics since her days at Oglethorpe, served as the Finance Director 
in 2006 for Congressman Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) during the primary and run-off 
elections. Stacey also worked for former Congresswoman Denise Majette (D-Go.) 
gaining exposure to congressional politics and constituent services. To learn more 
about the White House Project www.thewhitehouseproject.org. 




Mayor Shirley Franklin 




In July, Rev. Mandy Sloan Flemming '00 was the keynote speaker 
for OU Passport (the Summer Orientation for new students). Mandy is the 
Minister of Christian Education and Spiritual Formation at St. Mark United 
Methodist Church in Midtown Atlanta where she preaches and attends to 
the pastoral needs of a diverse congregation. After graduating with honors 
with an Individually Planned Major in Psychology and Christian Thought — 
and minors in Music and Theatre and a Certificate in Urban Leadership — 
Mandy received her Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary 
in May, 2003. In addition to her ministries, Mandy also serves as a preaching 
instructor at Candler School of Theology and has recently published articles 
on preaching in Circuit Rider magazine. A musician who plays guitar and 
piano, Mandy has trained vocally in sacred music at Westminster Choir College in Princeton, 
N.J. and was the vnnner of the David Allen Weadon Prize in Sacred Music while at Princeton. 
She is married to Matt Flemming, a professor of preaching at Columbia Theological 
Seminary in Decatur, Ga. They have two sons, Jackson, 4, and Cooper, 3. Mandy is an avid 
blogger and welcomes OU readers to her blog, revmamaflemming.blogspot.com. To read her 
remarks during the orientation event, visit www.alumni.oglethorpe.edu/mandy. 



CARIUON I 19 



MAGNA CUM 
LAUDE GRAD 
MAKES A 
MAGNIFICENT 
SANTA CLAUS 

Thorn McCague '93 wanted to finish a 
degree in history after many years working 
at IBM. Several coworkers spoke highly of 
Oglethorpe Universit}' so he enrolled with 
the goal of becoming a history professor. In 
1984, while taking a course with political 
science Professor Leo Bilancio, McCague 
had the opportunity to travel with Professor 
Bilancio and some OU students to Europe. 
The trip had a profound impact on 
McCagTie whose new goal became living 
in Europe. Thankfully, IBM had an op- 
portunity in Frankfurt, Germany in 1987 
and McCague lived and worked in Europe 
for four years serving the technology needs 
of the United States military from Iceland 
to Turkey. McCague saw the Iron Curtain 
fall in Germany and was working in the 
area during the Gulf War. He returned to 
the U.S. in 1991 and once again returned to 
OU to finish that history degree; he gradu- 
ated Magna Cum Laude in 1993. 

In 2004, IBM asked McCague to be Santa 
Claus for the corporate Christmas party, 
and a new career was born. Since that time 
Santa Thom has worked at malls, schools 
and corporate functions throughout the 
Southeast. Retired since 2008 after 33 
years at IBM, he is also a graduate of the 
prestigious Charles W. Howard Santa 
Claus School, the International University 
of Santa Claus and holds several other des- 
ignations that make him an expert in "all 
things Santa" like reading stories, dealing 
with small children and singing Christmas 
songs. He is even trained in reindeer flying 
lessons! Santa Thom and his wife Deborah 
live in Sharpsburg, Ga. and have three 
children and two grandchildren. 




Alumni and their families enjoyed seeing Santa Thom '93 at the Evening of Holiday Enchantment 
Event on Dec. 4 in the Oglethorpe University Museum of Art. 




Dr. Manning Patillo '94H (Doctor of Laws), the 

1 3th president of Oglethorpe University (1 975-1 988), was honored on 
his 90th birthday at the President's Dinner where he gamely blew out 
oil the candles and enjoyed cake with family and friends. The University 
Chorale serenaded him with a lovely rendition of "Happy Birthday." 



20 I OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



CLASS NOTES 



A Crudbic Ycir 



CLASSES OF THE 
1950s 

Edmund A. Bator '53 recently wrote 
South Carolina 1775 -A Ci-ucible Year, 
published by American Historj' 
Imprints. The book is a story 
of ambition and ego among 
conscience-stricken men in the 
province of S.C. on the eve of 
revolution. Bator is a retired for- '^^^^^■^ 
eign service officer with 25 years of service 
in Finland, Italy, Yugoslavia, Kuwait and 
Washington, D.C. He retired in Atlanta. 

Eugene Bales '59 taught history and 
geography and directed a federal program 
related to integration. He was the coordi- 
nator of staff development and director of 
personnel for Atlanta Public Schools for 37 
years. Bales participated in two Fulbright 
Grants (West Africa in 1974 and Brazil in 
1978). He was one of 12 participants in the 
first scholars exchange program to China 
in 1980 (U.S. Department of Education). 
Bales was the recipient of the OU School 
Bell Award in 2000. He travels extensively 
(79 countries and counting) and he teaches 
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other 
Languages) to Chinese scholars at the 
Georgia Institute of Technology through 
his church's volunteer program. 

Billy Carter '59 played basketball and 
baseball at OU and received several 
awards. He was an OU coach and athletic 
director from 1962-1969. Carter made 
it into the Hall of Fame and was named 
Coach of the Year for two years as the 
basketball coach with an 84 percent 
winning record, two NCAA tournaments 
and one NCAA national tournament. 
He owned and later sold a property 
management company. He attended law 
school at the age of 58 and has practiced 
law since 2000. 

Carolyn Frazier '59 moved to Washing- 
ton and Vancouver, Canada in 2008 to be 
near her children and grandchildren on 
the West Coast. She has three grandchil- 
dren living in Vancouver, BC. 

Floyd Hopkins '59 lived in British Isles 
and Europe for nearly 15 years. 

Patricia Daniel Kapphahn '59 became 
a licensed psychotherapist after 15 years of 
working as a clinical medical technologist 
on the Emory University campus. Kap- 
phahn, in private practice for 25 years, 
is a co-director with her husband Paul 
Kapphahn, of a counseling center in Dun- 
woody, Ga. She has served as family thera- 
pist at Ridgeview Institute and Peachford 
Psychiatric Hospital in Atlanta. She 



developed holistic programs of mind/body 
therapy, helping people achieve wellness 
in emotional, metal, physical and spiritual 
areas. The Kapphahns have presented 
workshops and conferences throughout 
the Atlanta area, as well as appearing on 
local television shows as guest commenta- 
tors. Kapphahn has been an active mem- 
ber and volunteer of many community and 
church groups, including the OU Alumni 
Board and the Board of Trustees of Atlanta 
Unity Church. She enjoys frequent travel 
and spending time with friends, her three 
children and three grandchildren. 

Janne Lane '59 is a retired public school 
educator where she was a counselor and 
teacher. At the time of her retirement, she 
was lead elementary counselor for Orange 
County Public Schools, the 12th largest 
system in the nation. Lane enjoys book 
club, a women's discussion group, meet- 
ing with faculty wives and professors at 
Rollins College and serving on the church 
Deaconate. Lane and her husband Jack 
enjoy traveling to New Hampshire to visit 
their children. Lane has four grandchil- 
dren (two in Orlando and two in N.H.) and 
one great-grandchild. 

Sydney Moss '59 took early retirement 
after 17 years with SunTrust Bank. She was 
vice president in the individual investment 
services group. After retirement, she and 
husband Jack moved to Lake Burton 
where she served on the Civic Association 
Board and chaired two art shows. She 
moved to Flowery Branch in 2007 Moss 
enjoys traveling and has visited all of the 
continents except Antarctica. 

Shirley Furman Roper '59 was married 
to "the best mortgage banker in the South- 
east," Lonsdale Joseph Roper III, and all 
their married years were happy ones. 



1960s 

Lee '63 and Gloria Early Daniel '64 

have been married 46 years as of October. 
After graduation from OU, Lee received 
a master's degree in adult education from 
The University of Georgia, and Gloria 
received a master's degree in clinical social 
work from The University of North Caroli- 
na. Gloria has been a clinical social worker 
for 48 years and has been in private prac- 
tice with Lee. Lee retired after 45 years 
as training director. Both have retired. 
He spent five years with the Boy Scouts of 
America as a professional. Both remember 
OU with devotion, and they stay in touch 
with former classmates and enjoy meeting 
several times a year in a central location. 
Both spent more than 25 years as volun- 
teer firemen: Lee as fire chief and Gloria 
as medical responder. Their children, Tony 
and Dawn, work in the medical field. 



1970s 

Marty Lipson '70 has remained friends 
with his AEPi fraternity brothers since 
graduation. Marty's daughter recently got 
married, and his AEPi brothers were part 
of the special time. He keeps in touch with 
his OU brothers George Gershmon '72, 
Michael Israelite '72, Alan Judd '74 
and Alan Schlesinger '71. 





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Robert Koff '71 has been promoted 
to assistant professor of mathematics 
at Georgia Perimeter College at the 
Dunwoody campus. 



1980s 

Ellen Heckler O'Herlihy '82 passed 
the American Board Certification for 
Teacher Excellence program in the English 
language arts discipline, and her family re- 
cently moved back to Old Saybrook, Conn. 

Jay Azriel '84 moved to York, Pa. where 
he was hired to launch the college's 
entrepreneurship program at York College 
of Pennsylvania; he is assistant professor 
of entrepreneurship and strategic 
management. Other '80s alumni might 
find it interesting that the president of 
York College is George Waldner, a former 
vice president at OU. 

Amy Glover-Giusto '89 is married to 
Vic Giusto '91 . They have two sons and 
live in Alpharetta, Ga. Vic works at ADP, 
and Amy stays at home "mommying" it. 
She has worked in portfolio management 
at ING. 



1990s 




Juliane Franek 
Sorchy '94 shared a 
photo of her daughter 
.locelyn at eight months. 



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Christine 
Hathaway 
Carter '94 and 

her husband 
Thomas welcomed 
Ansley EHzabeth 
on March 15, 
2009, weighing 6 
pounds, 4 ounces. 
Ansley joins big 
brother Aiden. 



Barbara Miller Hall '94 had her proposal 

Citizen Soldiers and Their Communities 
accepted for a 90-minute workshop at the 
2009 national conference for the National 
Organization for Human Services in Port- 
land, Ore. 

Simon '96 and Amy Bacigalupi Hukin 

'95 welcomed Katherine Marie on Oct. 15, 
2008: 9 pounds, 4 ounces and measured 
21 inches. She joins siblings Matthew Si- 
mon, Josephine Marion, Sydney Elizabeth, 
Caroline Anne and Vivien Renee. 

Zack '94 and Chris Schram Butler 

'95 and big sister Madeline welcomed 
Katherine Susan i*^" 

Butler on Aug. 21, ^T 

2008, weighing 8 
pounds, 4 ounces, 
and measuring 19 
inches. 

Leia Inzerello Paul '95 and her husband 
Brian announce 
the birth of their 
son Nathan Ryan 
on March 27, 
2009. The family 
including big 
sister Ella, live in 
Wilmington, Del. 

J. Alison Bess '96, Ph.D., with husband 
Curt Meyer, relocated to Bossier City, La., 
in March 2009 to work as a contract psy- 
chologist at Barksdale Air Force Base. 

Jen Sisco Pekosz 
'96, husband Mark 
and big brother Oren 
announce the birth 
of Harrison Beckett 
Pekosz, born July 6, 

2009, weighing 6 
pounds, 14 ounces 
and measuring 19.5 inches. 

Jean Kasperbauer 
Roberts '96 and her 

husband Mark wel- 
comed their daughter 
Maret Craig Roberts on 
Feb. 27, 2009. Maret, 
who joined big brother 

Grant, 2, weighed 9 pounds, 6 ounces and 

measured 20.75 inches. 



Jennifer Fovy^ler 
Stafford '96, her 

husband Michael 
and big brother Cole 
welcomed Aiden 
Michael on July 23, 
2009. He weighed 9 
pounds, 4 ounces and 
measured 21 inches. 





Elizabeth Stockton 

'96 and her husband 
Tim Jecmen welcomed 
their son William Lowell 
Jecmen on March 6, 
2009. 









Stacey Chapman 
Tobin '96, her 

husband James and 
their sons Liam and 
Colin welcomed 
Hannah Louise on 
Jan. 9, 2009. 



Shannon Beehan Hall '97 and her 

husband Jason welcomed their first child 
Alexander Stone 
Hall on Sept. 29, 
2008, weighing 7 
pounds, 11 ounces 
and measuring 21 
nches. 

Tessa Daly Mackay 

'97 and her husband 
John welcomed 
daughter Elliott 
Marie Mackay on 
May 18, 2008. Tessa 
'A is taking a break from 
her medical skin care career to be at home 
with Elliott. The Mackays live in the East 
Cobb/Marietta area of Metro Atlanta. 

Katharina Mooney Alexander '97 tied 
for first place in \he American Journal 
of Clinical Pathology (AJCP) Resident 
Research Symposium Competition at the 

2008 ASCP Annual Meeting in Baltimore. 
She presented "Thrombotic Events in the 
Setting of Activated Clotting Factor VII 
Use." Alexander lives with her husband 
David and her daughter Katya in Truss- 
ville, Ala., where she is a resident physician 
at the University of Alabama-Birming- 
ham and will complete her training as 

the hematopathology fellow at UAB in 
2010-2011. 

Evelyn Boria-Rivera '98 graduated in 

2009 with a Ph.D. in English from the 
University of Notre Dame. Her specialty is 
ethnic U.S. American literature, particu- 
larly Latino/a literature. She has accepted 
a three-year post-doctoral fellowship in 
English at UCLA which began in Septem- 
ber 2009. She finished her masters degree 
in creative writing from Emerson College 




in Boston in May 2001. She and her hus- 
band recently moved to Los Angeles. 

James '98 and Christina Burnham 

Rissler '98, along 

with big brother 

Andrew, welcomed _ _^ , ^ 

Peter Winfried ^Jm^' 

Rissler on Nov. 14, 1^^^^^^^ 

2008. Peter was 

20 inches long and BT^ d..v--> 

weighed 6.5 pounds. 

Karen Head '98 has begun the official 
launch of her new book, Sassing. 
Information is available at www. 
karenhead.blogspot.com. 

Monica Flores '99 graduated with her 
MBA from the University of Connecticut. 
She relocated to the Dallas-Fort Worth 
area and is a capital budget manager for 
Pier 1 Imports. 

Carlo Hymon 
Birnboum '99 and 

her husband Scott 
celebrated the first 
birthday of their 
daughter Isabella 
Esther on May 12, 

2009. Birnbaum is 
taking a break from 

the corporate world to stay at home with 
Bella, and she is writing her master's thesis 
for her master's degree in education. 




Amy Katz Bonn '99 

and her husband Dave 

welcomed their first child 

Henry John Robert Bonn 

on Oct. 3, 2008, in Omaha, ''^ 

Neb. Henry weighed 8 

pounds, 2 ounces and measured 20 inches. 



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Kristine V.G. Lawrie '99 married 
Kristian R. Williams in St. Patrick 

Cathedral in Fort 
Worth, Texas, on 
Oct. 18, 2008. Ligia 
Coreas Florim '99 
was in attendance. 
The couple resides 
in Fort Worth with 
chocolate lab Charlie. 
Kristine is a licensed 
professional engineer 
in environmental 
engineering and works as a senior 
environmental specialist at Providence 
Engineering and Environmental, LLC. 
Kristian, a graduate of Cal Berkeley, serves 
as a first officer (pilot) for Southwest 
Airlines as well as a Navy Reserves pilot. 
He previously served as an active-duty 
pilot vrith the U.S. Marine Corps. The 
couple met near Tokyo, in December 
2006 where Kristine was vacationing and 
Kristian was with the Navy. 




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Heather McNeill 
Ivkovich '99 and 

her husband Mike 
welcomed their first 
child Dylan Michael 
on May 1, 2008: eight 
pounds, 10 ounces 
and was 20.5 inches 




long. They live in Woodstock, Ga. 

M!ssy Roedersheimer '99 married 

Deke Waggoner on Aug. 30, 2008, in 

Sammamish, Wash. The wedding part}' 

included Dani Stellin Benner '99, 

Heather McNeill Ivkovich '99, Susie 

Poiyak Findley '99 and Kerr\' Kerr. 

Other alumni ^^MBBII . iii^i 

in attendance nfflnSflffiT tf-J. . ^TUirT W 

were Jeanie 

Flohr 

Treadaway 

'99, Marie 

Heflin 

Shirley '99, 

Scott Zannini 

'99, Brian Findley '99 and Katherine 

Lindley '00. They live in Kirkland, Wash., 

with their golden retriever, Dixie. 



CLASS OF 2000 

Lindsay Burgoon Matthews '00 

graduated from the Oregon College of 

Oriental Medicine with a master's degree 

in acupuncture and Chinese herbal 

medicine in August 2008. She received 

advanced clinical 

and herbal training 

in fall 2008 at the 

Nanjing Universit}^ 

ofTraditional 

Chinese Medicine 

in Nanjing, China. 

Matthews received 

her national and 

state certification 

and is opening a 

clinic in Portland. 

Ore. Her husband 

Jay Matthews 

'99 is manager of a 

Portland boutique 

honeymoon travel agency. 

After eight years, Kipp Chambers '00 

has left Los Angeles. He recently landed 
in Denver, Col., where he wTites and 
designs (and occasionally acts). Since 
taking up skydiving two years ago, he has 
logged more than 250 jumps and earned 
a USPA license. His four-way formation 
skydiving team is training to compete on 
the national level in 2009. 

Nicole Garbarini '00 recently relocated 
to the Washington, D.C. metro area after 
being selected as a science and technology 
policy fellow of the American Association 





for the Advancement of Science. As an ex- 
ecutive branch fellow, she is working at the 
National Institutes of Health. Garbarini 
graduated from Vanderbilt University in 
2008 with a Ph.D. in neuroscience. 



Kevin Hankins '00 was 

named chief operating 
officer for Cellular South, 
a leader in wireless 
solutions and innovation 
and the nations largest 
privately owned wireless 
communications carrier. 



Kristen Kirkland '00 and Bill Sherman 
were married March 20, 2009, on 
the set of "In the Heights," of which 
the bridegroom is an arranger and 
orchestrator, at the Richard Rodgers 

Theater in New York. Judge 
Lawrence E. Kahn, of 
U.S. District Court for the 
Northern District of New 
York, officiated. Kirkland is an assistant 
\ice president for employee training and 
development at Credit Suisse in New York. 
After graduation from OU, she received 
a masters degree in psychology from the 
Cit\' University of New York Graduate 
Center where she is pursuing a Ph.D. 
She is in the process of completing her 
dissertation and will graduate in 2010. Her 
husband won a Tony Award in 2008 vvith 
Alex Lacamoire for orchestration for "In 
the Heights." 

Chia Min McDonald '00 

MBA and husband John 
welcomed their second son 
Ethan Li born on Sept. 2, 
-^ 2007. Ethan, who joins 
brother Anthony, weighed 
5 pounds and measured 
18.75 inches. 

Kevin Woolf 

'00 and his wife 
Amy welcomed 
Leo Joseph on 
July 31, 2008. 
Leo joins sister 
Anna Beth. 



CLASS OF 2001 

Kevin '01 and 
Heather Ringer 
Martin '01 

welcomed their 

third child Emilia it_ 

Carisse Martin 

on Oct. 13, 2008. 

Emilia, who joined sister Ashlyn and 

brother Braeden, weighed 8 pounds and 

measured 20 inches. 





^^^^^^^^^ Angie Baldwin Roda 

^^^S^^\^% '0^ ^"d her husband Tim 
^« "^^ .\j^^ welcomed their first child 
\ ,Hk|^| Caleb Thomas on Aug. 15, 
fc> ^- ^^^H 2008: 8 pounds, 5 ounces 
and measured 20.5 inches. They reside in 
Tampa, Fla. 



CLASS OF 2002 

Rebekah Ager '02 completed her 
master's degree in international business 
from the University of Colorado - Denver, 
and she works for Worldwide Partners as 
the partner services executive and meet- 
ing planner. Ager, who resides in Denver, 
has traveled to China, Trinidad, Tobago, 
Jamaica, Scotland, Italy and around the 
U.S. for work. 

Scott Hetherington '02 was named 
2008-2009 Teacher of the Year at Atlanta's 
North Springs High School where he has 
taught math for five years. 

Cody Portin '02 was named director of 
i real estate for Cox Enterprises, Inc. 

Shahina Sameja Butler 

'02 and husband Chris 

announce the birth of their 

son, Yasir Christopher 

Butler, born June 3, 2009, t-\ I,, 

in Atlanta. He weighed -^ 

7 pounds, 9 ounces and * 

measured 22 inches. ^E • W' 

(Photo by Megan Breece ^ ^ 

Barge '02). 



CLASS OF 2003 

Kelley Bowden '03 and 
Jeremy Gray '03 were 
married May, 17, 2008, 
in Santa Rosa Beach, Fla. 
Jeremy's groomsmen 
included alumni Matt 
Dunn '03 and Jimmy 
-^ Ewing '02. Kelley 

w \ graduated from the 

to_- -• ■^ University of Alabama 

School of Law w ith a J.D. in 2008 and 
is an associate attorney in the Land Use 
& Zoning group at Smith, Gambrell, & 
Russell, LLP. Jeremy completed a master's 
degree in public administration from 
Georgia College & State University in 2008 
and works for government consulting firm 
W. Frank Newton, Inc., where he manages 
community development programs for 
Cobb Count}'. They live in Atlanta. 

Jennifer Entenmann Siegler '03 is 

enrolled in Emory University's Ph.D. 
program in art history with a focus on art 
of the ancient Americas. 




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Emily Lawson '03 is studying nurs- 
ing and midwifery at Yale University 
and joined a team of volunteers in Beius, 
Romania, to work vidth Habitat for Hu- 
manity's Global Village program during 
summer 2009. She has also traveled to 
Chamwdno, Tanzania, in 2002 where she 
built multi-room houses for people living 
in sub-standardized mud huts; and to 
Chinumbarum, India, in 2005 where she 
built brick houses with an open second 
floor for a village that lost all homes and 
much of its work force to the 2004 Indian 
Ocean tsunami. 

Laura A. Rafter '03, an associate of 
Newcomb & Boyd, is a licensed profes- 
sional engineer. 



Chris Summers '03 
and Kim Vax Summers 
'03, MAT '07 welcomed 
their son Daniel Stephen 
Summers on April 
7, 2009, weighing 6 
pounds, 9 ounces. 



Heather Von 
Kampen '03 

competed at 
Ft. Stewart 
for the 2009 
Georgia Army 
National Non- 
commissioned 
Officer (NCO) 
of the Year 
competition 
representing 
the 48th Infantry 
Combat Brigade 
Team. She 
competed at 
this level in 2007, winning for the 78th 
Troop Command with the Georgia Guard, 
where she was selected NCO of the Year. 
There has never been a two-time state- 
level winner for the Georgia Guard. She 
was stationed at Camp Shelby, Miss., until 
she was deployed to Afghanistan. 



CLASS OF 2004 

Sara Bowers '04 

and Sean Tintle were 
married on Dec. 20, 
2008, in Greenville, 
S.C. The wedding 
party included 
Rebecco Bovs^ers 
Conners '99, 
Mary Crowe '02, 
Courtney Roberts '06 and Jeannette 
Ransom Remington. Other alumni in 
attendance were Ronny Remington '06, 
Beth Barnes Dubose '00 and Kerry Kerr. 
Sara graduated from Emory University 
with her doctor of physical therapy in 

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2009. Sean is an IT engineer for Tech 
Systems, Inc. They live in Smyrna, Ga. 
with their miniature dachshund, Bufiy. 

Jennifer Brov\ni '04 graduated from 
Georgia State University with a master's 
degree in library media technology in 
May and is the media specialist at Magill 
Elementary in Loganville, Ga. 



Stephanie Singh 
Chapogain '04 and her 

husband Sunil welcomed 
daughter Ava Sophia 
Arya on March 25, 2008: 
six pounds, three ounces 
and measured 18 inches. 



Christina Shunnarah '05 MAT was 

named DeKalb County Schools' Teacher 
of the Year. She was also named the 2009 
Teacher of the Year at International Com- 
munity School (ICS). 



CLASS OF 2006 



Brittany Bennett 
'06 and Zack Parris 

'08 were married on 
October 11, 2008, at 
the groom's parents' 
home in Spartanburg, 
S.C. The wedding 
party included 
alumna Taryn 
Cooksey '08 as maid 
of honor. They live in 
the Atlanta area. 



Emily Hein '06 

received a master's 
degree in building 
construction from 
Georgia Institute of 
Technology in 2008. 

Abigail Kurlond 
Whitlock '06 and 

Jason Whitlock were 
married at Cathedral 
of Christ the King in 
Atlanta on May 31, 
2008. The wedding 
party included Jenee 
Amodeo Tonelli '06 
and Rachael Zellner 
'07. Also in attendance were alumnae 
Meiyen Bell '03, Mary Seagrave 
'06, Katie Cofield James '04 and 
Kristy Evans '06. The couple lives in 
LawTenceville, Ga., with yellow lab Sparta 
and golden retriever Elliot. 



Kirbie Smith '06 

received a master's 
degree in public health in 
2008 from the University 
of Louisville School 
of Public Health and 
Information Sciences. 






CLASS OF 2007 

Dela Hayes Coward '07 joined the U.S. 
Army at specialist rank (E-4) and hopes 
to use her training to serve as an advocate 
for veterans with Alzheimer's disease and 
post-traumatic stress disorder. She went 
to Fort Jackson, S.C. for basic training 
in August 2009. Check her progress on 
her blog at www.combatbootsforartemis. 
blogspot.com. 

Laura Fitzgerald '07 graduated with a 
master's degree in publishing from Pace 
University in N.Y. 

After a postgraduate internship with 
the Pan American Health Organization 
in Washington, D.C., Katie Jost '07 is 

working in Madrid, Spain, as a junior 
consultant for Gabinete de Analisis 
Demoscopico, a social science research 
firm generating data for Spanish 
companies connected to the U.S. Katie 
also completed the Cambridge University 
certification course on Teaching English as 
a Second Language. 

Kira McCabe '07 

graduated with a 
master's degree 
in psychology 
from Wake Forest 
University in 2009- 
She continues her 
education at the University of Groningen 
in the Netherlands, spending four 
years abroad to earn a Ph.D. in social- 
organizational psychology researching 
achievement motivation. 



CLASS OF 2008 

Since 2008, Richard Anderson '08 has 

worked as a research specialist in the 
chemistry lab at Emory University School 
of Medicine's Department of Cell Biology. 

Mallory Davis '08 attends medical 
school at Virginia Tech's Edward Via 
Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine. 
She is e.xcited about VTech Hokie football 
games and spending time exploring the 
mountains of southwest Virginia. 

Tiffany Desrosiers '08 works at Marist 
School in Atlanta as the assistant to the 
dean of students and summer childcare 
director. She also works as a future 
director for Mary Kay Cosmetics. 

Christina Renee MacRosty '08 entered 
studies at the West Virginia School of 
Osteopathic Medicine in Lewisburg, W.Va., 
in 2008. Christina is married to Sean 
Malcolm Mark MacRosty '03. 




Jeffanne Millien '08 attends George 
WEishington University School of Medicine 
in Washington, D.C. 

Kiera Robbins '08 is the Center for 
Puppetry Arts' Museum services coordina- 
tor and instructor in the Create-a-Puppet 
Workshop in Atlanta. 



IN MEMORIAM 

Mildred Warlick Merritt '26 

on Feb. 21, 2009 

Ralph King '39 

on March 21, 2009 

Lillian Klein Webb '40 

John Gordon Brackett '42 

on March 28, 2009 

Woodro>v Tucker '44 

on Jan. 6, 2009 

Frances Carr Kirby '45 

on Oct. 18, 2008 



Myrtice Pinckney McCurdy '48 

on March 11, 2009 

John Peter Knudsen '49 

on Jan. 18, 2009 

Helen Hogan 
Hill '52 

OneofOU's 

oldest alums 

— at right 

with Dr. Schall 

in 2006 — 

died in Tampa 

Nov. 9 just 

four days after 

celebrating her 104th birthday. 

Marjorie Browne Muth '52 

on March 18, 2009 

Barbara Ramsden Oliver '60 

on Feb. 19, 2009 

Orrin T. Potter '69 

on Sept. 25, 2008 




John Gill Foster '70 

on Sept. 16, 2008 

Rhua Vernice "Bobby" Flock '71 

on July 19, 2008 

Patricia LaCour '97 

on Feb. 3, 2009 

Betsy Brandon Gamble Hansen on 

Feb. 15, 2009: Founder of the Oglethorpe 
University Women's Network (OWN) and 
wife of Trustee Harald Hansen. 

Correction: We regret that John Day 
'64 was listed as deceased in the Fall '08 
Carillon. Mr. Day is very much alive and 
attended his OU class reunion in April 2009. 



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ALUMNI EVENTS 
AND OUT-OF-TOWN 
RECEPTIONS 

ATLANTA 

In May, longtime faculty member Stanley 
Daugert and his wife Vivian were special 
guests at the annual Golden Petrel 
luncheon in the Oglethorpe University 
Museum of Art. Golden Petrels are alumni 
who graduated 50 or more years ago. 

LONDON 

The OU Alumni Association hosted an 
afternoon tea, at right, on June 21, at the 
home of alumna Gonca Gursoy Artunkal 
'88 (Photo: Kat Kuricova, Gonca Giirsoy 
Artunkal '88, John Artunkal, Kim Kimer 
Lohoar '93, Tani Gaan). 

ATLANTA 

Alumnus Adi Allushi '02 hosted alumni 
for after work cocktails and networking at 
Market in the W Hotel in June, bottom left. 

ATLANTA 

Alumni and their guests joined the Alumni 
Office on July 22 for an evening at Georgia 
Shakespeare at OU's Conant Performing 
Arts Center. Alumni enjoyed an indoor 
Southern picnic in the OU Museum of Art 
vWth a talk by Professor Bart Palmer who 
wrote a book about Tennessee Williams, 
followed by a performance of Cat on a Hot 
Tin Roof, bottom right. 



NEW YORK 

President Lawrence M. Schall, Alumni Director Barb Henry '85, and Donald 
'56 and Shelley Rubin hosted alumni living in or visiting New York at the Rubin 
Museum of Art in September. 




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NEW FACULTY AND STAFF 

John Carr, Director 
of Development, joined 
the staff of Oglethorpe 
in August. A 1983 grad- 
uate of the University of 
the South (Tenn.), John 
also holds a Master's 
degree in History from 
Duke University. John taught at North 
Carolina State University for four years, 
then became Director of Development for 
Carolina Day School in Asheville, NC. He 
also served as Assistant Head for Advance- 
ment for All Saints" Episcopal School in 
Fort Worth, Texas; Vice President of the 
John B. Cummings Co., Inc., a fund raising 
consultant firm in Dallas; Assistant Head 
for Advancement at Hutchison School 
in Memphis; and Director of Develop- 
ment for Savannah Country Day School 
in Savannah. John has been an active 
member of Council for the Advancement 
and Support of Education (CASE, where 
he and Vice President of Development and 
Alumni Relations Peter Rooney first met) 
serving on several committee and CASE 
lii. A passionate sports fan, John umpired 
Little League baseball for 17 seasons. John 
and his wife, Kelly, are relocating from 
Savannah and will live in Sandy Springs. 
They have one son, Robert, who is a 2008 
graduate of Rhodes College. 




Mike Horan, Vice 
President for Business 
and Finance, has been 
an accounting and 
business professor at 
OU since 1998 but 
I joined the Presidents 
Cabinet in May. He received his Bachelor 
of Business Administration from Fort 
Lewis College in Durango, Col. and his 
MBA from the University of Connecticut. 
He is also a Certified Public Accountant. 
Mike oversees the Business Office, 
Information Technology, Facilities, 
Human Resources and Campus Safety. 
An entrepreneur, Mike has also managed 
several businesses. He was born in Denver 
and now lives in Duluth. Mike has three 
children. 

Gail Meis, Registrar, 
came to Oglethorpe 
in August from The 
Juilliard School in New 
York City where she 
was a systems analyst 
in the IT department. 
-^ A native of Knoxville, 

Tenn., Gail graduated from the University 
of Tennessee (BS, Business Education) 
and earned a BS, Computer Information 
Systems at High Point University in North 
Carolina where she was also assistant 




registrar for reporting. The combination 
of her database skills and higher education 
experience have already made an impact at 
Oglethorpe as the Office of Registrar inter- 
faces closely with IT and offices related to 
student records and academic activity. Gail 
and her husband John have three sons and 
now live in Dunwoody. Gail is enjoying 
the return to warmer temperatures and 
southern hospitality. 

^^^^^ Susan Soper '69 recent- 
^^^^^^L ly resigned her position on 
^^^^^^H the OU Board of Trustees 
^^^^^^P to join the staff as Execu- 
mm^^^^K. tive Director, Marketing & 
^Hpl^^ >. Communications in July. 
■ < ' m ''A native Atlantan, Susan 

is a longtime vmter and editor who has 
worked for Newsday (Long Island, N.Y.), 
CNN, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution 
and Atlanta INtown. While at Newsday, 
she was part of a team that won a Pulitzer 
Prize for a series on heroin trafficking. She 
attended St. Mary's Jr. College (Raleigh) 
before transferring to OU where she 
earned a BA, English. Susan lives with her 
husband, Bo Holland, in Buckhead. They 
love to travel, play tennis and take urban 
as well as international hikes. 



ALUMNI AT WORK! 

Among the recent hires at Oglethorpe are 
a handful of graduates — and one soon-to- 
be graduate — who are as happy to be back 
on campus as the staff is to welcome their 
skills, energy and devotion to the school. 



David Dixon '10 

Office of Admission, 
Admission Counselor 




Ryan Fulgham '09 

IT Desktop Support, 
Multimedia Specialist 



Jessica Graner '08 

Office of Admission, 
Admission Assistant 




Chris Harvin '08 

National Management 
Resources, Work Control 
Coordinator 



Brittany Gray 
Marmol '09 

Office of Business and 
Finance, Finance Staff 
Accountant 

Ember Melcher '09 

Office of Admission 
Admission Counselor 
(See related story page 27.) 



Michael Muller, '09 

Athletics, Assistant Men's 
Soccer Coach 




Elizabeth "Biz" 
Richmann '09 

Athletics, Assistant 
Women's Basketball Coach 



Andrev/ Tulowitsky '07 

Athletics, Assistant Men's 
Basketball Coach and 
Assist. IM Coordinator 



Julie Vaughan '09 

Marketing & 
Communications, 
Web Host/Graphic 
Designer 



FAREWELL AND GOOD LUCK TO: 



Dr. Robert Blumenthal, now at 

Georgia State and College University, 
Mill^dgeville, Ga. 



Mary Crosby, retired from the Office 
of Development & Alumni Relations 

Nancy Herring, accounting professor, 
retired from the Faculty 



Dr. Douglas McFarland, now at 

Flagler College, St. Augustine, Fla. 

Adrina Richard, retired from Auxiliary 
Services after 30 years at OU 



26 I OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



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GLOBAL WORK 



BY Anne Hardie 
PHOTOGRAPHS BY Sigrira Perret-Gentil 



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When staffers at the Carter Center, former 
President Jimmy Carters Atlanta-based 
poHcy center dedicated to peace and 
human rights, sifted through a mound of 
apphcations for 32 slots for its Fall 2008 
internship program, two names jumped 
out: Ember Melcher and Ryan NLx, both 
seniors at Oglethorpe University. 

For a semester, the coeds worked in the 
prestigious internship program alongside 
students from some of the best known and 
respected colleges in the world, including 
the University of Virginia and the London 
School of Economics and Political Science. 
By all accounts, they stacked up. Why 
wouldn't they? 

Melcher and Nix credit Oglethorpe with 
giving them the foundation, nurturing, 
experiences and confidence to compete 
against anyone in the world. Here are 
their stories. 



Ember Melcher '09 

Office of Admission 

Hometown: Raleigh, N.C. 

Mojor: Economics; Minor: French 

Where she is no^: Melcher has returned 

to campus as on admissions counselor. 

See related stor}', page 26 

'All small liberal arts colleges are not cre- 
ated equal. To understand the caliber of 
Oglethorpe, you have to be familiar with 
the faculty and the core curriculum." 

Ember Melcher calls her decision to attend 
Oglethorpe her first big gamble. Though 
she could have gone to bigger name schools, 
she said, "But I went to campus and visited 
and it kind of hit me. It was the first time 
in my life I met people I thought I could 
spend the next four years talking to." 

For the next four years, Melcher seemingly 
jumped at every opportunity Oglethorpe 
offered, from a two-week field trip to New 



York City to study the philosophy of art to 
a one-of-a-kind course on microfinance 
and social investing. "She has made the 
most out of it here and I think I appreciate 
that as much as anything," said Economics 
Professor Peter Kower, Melcher's ad\isor 
who prodded her to apply for a Carter 
Center internship. 

He describes his advisee as someone whose 
mind leaps past most everyone else's. Still, 
he thinks Oglethorpe was up to the challenge. 
"I think we allowed her to explore a lot of 
things in a relatively short amount of time 
and did it in a rigorous way that appealed 
to her," he said. 

Melcher spent the first semester her junior 
year studying in Oglethorpe's abroad program 
in Lille, France. Her command of French 
helped her land the internship with the 
Carter Center's Democracy Program, which, 
as its name suggests, believes that democraxy 



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is the most effective way to promote human 
rights and economic opportunity. 
Melcher hit the ground running, working 
22 hours a week monitoring events in 
Algeria, Morocco and Guinea that could 
affect the outcome of elections in those 
countries. Such events might include 
anything from civil unrest to an epidemic. 
"The second week you are there you are 
producing things they use. They treated you 
more like a colleague than an intern. I 
helped meet many a deadline," Melcher said. 

When reviewing Melcher's application, 
the Carter Center staff also was impressed 
with her commitment to helping others. 
Through Oglethorpe's Center for Civic 
Engagement and the campus chapter of 
the Alpha Phi Omega service fi-aternity, 
Melcher clocked more than 350 hours 
mentoring sixth graders, beautifying na- 
ture preserves and sorting donations at the 
Atlanta Community Food Bank. She spent 
two spring breaks in New Orleans gutting 
homes destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. 

Melcher credits her passion for commu- 
nity service to her older brother Jacob 
who has cerebral palsy and epilepsy. "I can 
still remember how much people helped 
my family out. The only way to respond 
in kind is to give the same gifts to other 
people," she said. 

The sum of all of Melcher's parts made her 
stand out at a college of standouts. Profes- 
sor Kower said. "All of our students have 
a passion for academics. But the fact that 
she has the passion for academics, the pas- 
sion for culture and the passion for apply- 
ing that to help other people, I think that 
is unusual," he said. "It is more than that 
she took advantage of what we had to offer. 
She added back by dint of her personality 
and by the passion that she has." 

Ryan Nix '09 

Age: 22 

Hometown: McDonough, Georgia 

Major: Communications and Rhetoric Studies; 

Minor: Art Studio 

Where she is now: Art liaison with 

Faulker+Locke, an international art 

consulting firm based in Atlanta that 

serves the hospitality industry. 

"I know my professors — most of them 
give you their cell numbers. That led me 
to getting an internship and that led 
me to getting a real job." 

Meeting Ryan Nix for the first time at a 
Midtovvn Atlanta Starbucks, you quickly 
find she is disarming, funny and charming. 

The youngest of five. Nix comes across as 
a go-with-the-flow kind of person. Case in 



point: She talks about the time President 
Carter patted her on the head — a gesture 
an 84-year-old former leader of the free 
world can get away with. "I told my mom 
that I was not going to wash my hair — 
ever," she laughs. 

Don't mistake Nix's ebullience for a lack 
of depth. Her passions run deep. She's 
passionate about Oglethorpe's core cur- 
riculum but cringes when describing how 
tough it is. 

Then there is art. She traces her passion 
for art to the summer before her fresh- 
man year when she traveled to Bosnia and 
Herzegovina with a faith-based organiza- 
tion called OM Artslink. The group uses 
art as a vehicle to promote its humanitar- 
ian efforts. 

While in Sarajevo, Nix painted murals 
on street corners, hospitals, playgrounds 
and other public places, drawing in locals 
who grabbed brushes and joined in. She 
has hundreds of pictures of the children 
she "emotionally adopted" there. "A lot 
of the kids were gypsies without homes 
and schools so they would come find us 
every day and play with us and help us 
paint. Sarajevo woke me up — it stirred 
my passion for art and allowed me to 
experience how powerful visual arts can be 
to a hurting mind," she said. 

Oglethorpe fed that passion through 
course work steeped in printmaking, 
sculpting, drawing and art history. Nix's 
Art Professor Alan Loehle, an accom- 
plished painter who received a 2007 
Guggenheim Foundation fellowship, 
helped her to get internships at Atlanta's 
Tew Galleries and Marcia Wood Gallery. 
Loehle then pushed her to apply for the 
Carter Center's semester-long Art Services 
internship where NLx spent 30 hours a 
week 

working with 
the private art 
collection of 
the Center and 
President Carter | 
and his wife 
Rosalynn. 

Jackie Culliton, 
the Center's 
manager of 
Volunteer and 
Art Services, 
was immediate- 
ly impressed vrith Nix's poise and back- 
ground. "She had great transcripts and 
a good, broad mix of art history courses 
which suited our collection. And she had 
done some gallery work before," Culliton 
said. She called Nix's performance "amazing." 



"She was very dependable and detail 
oriented and professional. She was a great 
intern," Culliton said. 

Ryan cataloged, installed and assisted with 
the appraisal of the 1,500-piece collec- 
tion that includes such famous names as 
Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Jacob 
Lavwence. In addition to the paintings, the 
collection is rich in sculpture, decorative 
arts and textiles. Many of the pieces were 
given to the Carters during their travels 
around the globe promoting peace and 
human rights. 

The collection is off limits to the public but 
Nui got to see it all. She also helped install 
20 of President Carter's own canvases 
that she describes as "very folk" and "fun." 
Today, Nix talks wistfiilly about a pair of 
Warhol charcoals of President Carter that 
hung beside her desk. "That was prob- 
ably my favorite part, sitting beside those 
Warhols," she said. 

The internship, and by extension 
Oglethorpe, helped crystallize for Nix 
her fiiture ambitions. "On a professional 
level, I was able to work with a private 
collection. That is honestly what I want 
to do," she said. 





Ember Melcher (left); Ryan Nix (above) 



Kendra Billings '11, an 
economics major Irom 
Austin, Texas, interned 
in the Carter Center's 
development office over 
the summer. Collie Crabb 
'10, an art history major 
(with minors in French and 
business administration) 
from Dublin, Ga., has been 
accepted for an Art Services 
Internship at the Carter 
Center for Spring 20 1 0. 



28 I OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



TRUSTEES 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 
BOARD OF TRUSTEEES 

OU WELCOMES SIX ALUMNI TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES 




Mr. David N. 
Cooper '71 

Washington, D.C. 

David is the Associate 
Deputj' General Counsel, 
Department of Defense 
at The Pentagon. Prior 
to this appointment, Mr. 
Cooper was a Jag Corp. attorney with the 
title Lt. Col. USAFR, E.xecutive Officer 
to the Chief Trial Judge, USAF Trial 
Judiciary. He received his JD from the 
University of Tennessee in 1974. In April, 
during Oglethorpe's Alumni Weekend, he 
received the Talmage Award, the highest 
honor given to an alumnus. 

Mr. Brenton (Shane) 
Hornbuckle, Sr. '92 

Atlanta 

Shane is Vice President of 
Van Winkle & Company, 
an Atlanta-based general 
contractor. He is a former 
member of the Oglethorpe 
President's Advisory Council. Shane and 
his wife Elizabeth '93 have three children. 

Mr. Timothy (Randy) 
Roberson '97 

(Alumni Board President) 
Silver Spring, Md. 

Randy is a Development 
Officer at the Smith School 
of Business, University 
of Maryland. He is 
also currently a member of the Alumni 
Association serving as advancement chair. 
See his letter, page 15. 






Mr. Michael (Mike) 
Szalkowski '88 

Atlanta 

Mike has over 20 years of 
financial planning experi- 
ence. He began his career 
in 1988 at Arthur Ander- 
sen in the tax department, 
where he was instrumental in establishing 
the firm's Investment Advisory Practice. In 
1996, he joined Ernst & Young to run their 
high net worth practice in the Atlanta of- 
fice. Since 2000, Mike has run the Schejola 
Family Office. He has been involved with 
over 30 private investments in both equity 
and real estate. He and his vrife, Stephanie 
'89 have a daughter, Tessa. 

Mrs. Jeanie Flohr 
Treadaway '99 

Austin, Texas 

Jeanie is an Account 
Supervisor with see see 
eye, an Atlanta-based 
graphic design and 
communications firm. She 
formerly served as an ex-officio member 
of the Board of Trustees as the Young 
Alumni representative. 

Mr. James (Jay) 
Williams '99 

Atlanta 

Jay is the Chief Financial 
Officer of Commodity 
Marketing Company in 
Alpharetta, Greorgia. He is 
a former member of the 
Oglethorpe University Alumni Board, 
where he served on the Advancement and 
Events Committees. 






2009-2010 Board 

of Trustees 



These special people, below and 
on the following page, who serve 
on our boards and councils 
give generously of their time, 
talents and resources to benefit 
Oglethorpe University, particularly 
the students. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
2009-2010 

CHAIR 

Mr. Jack Gu>'nn "05 (Honorary) 

TRUSTEES 

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. David N. Cooper "71 

Mr. Norman P. Findley, III (Vice Chair) 

Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr. '78 

Mr. David C. Garrett, III 

Mr. James J. Hagelovv '69 

Mr. Harald R. Hansen '08 (Honorary) 

(Treasurer) 
Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. '65 
Mr. B. Shane Hornbuckle '92 
Mr. Tad M. Hutcheson 
Dr. Warren Y. Jobe '09 (Honorary) 
Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '61 
Mr. Robert A. Milford '99 
Mr. Bob T. Nance '63 
Mr. Thomas R O'Connor '67 
Mr. R. D. Odom, Jr. 
Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey '84 
Ms. S. Tammy Pearson '86 
Mr. Robert E. Reiser, Jr. 
Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 
Dr. Larrj' Schall 
Mrs. Laura Turner Seydel '86 
Mr. Joseph P. Shelton '91 (Secretary) 
Dr. William O. Shropshire 
Mr. Arnold B. Sidman 
Mr. Michael K. Szalkowski '88 
Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos '81 
Mrs. Jeanie Flohr Treadavvay 'd9 
Ms. Trishanda Treadvvell, Esq. '96 
Dr. Pamela Tremayne 
Ms. Patricia Upshaw-Monteith 
Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 
Mr. Terry Wllite 
Mr. James J. Williams '99 
Mr. Ken Yarbrough 

TRUSTEE EMERITI 

Mr. Franklin L. Burke '66 

Mr. Kenneth S. Chestnut 

Mr. William A. Emerson 

Dr. Joel Goldberg '00 (Honorary) 

Mr. William R. Goodell 

Mr. George E. Goodwin 

Mr. Charies E.B. Hansell 

Mr. Arthur Howell 

Mr. J. Smith Lanier, II 

Mr. John J. Scalley 

Mr. O. K. Sheffield, Jr. '53 

ADVISORY TRUSTEES 

Dr. Veronica M. Holmes '02 
Mr. Roger A. Littell '68 
Mr. RavTOond S. Willoch '80 



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NATIONAL ALUMNI 
ASSOCIATION BOARD OF 
DIRECTORS 

CHAIR 

Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 

MEMBERS 

Mr. Bill Aitken '64 

Dani Stellin Benner '99 

Brooke Bourdelat-Parks '95 

Mr. John Breton '97 

Janice Haney Carr '73 

Mr. Harry Frazer '89 

Mr. Jeremy Greenup '99 

Gonca Gursoy-Artunkal '88 

Mr. Kurt Hansen '89 

Dr. Karen Head '98 

Mr. Cleve Hill '01 

Mrs. Ellen Heckler O'Herlihy '82 

Ms. Deborah Lange '03 

Mr. Chuck Palefsky '75 

Ms. Anita Stevenson Patterson '97 

Mr. Brandon Pelissero '92 

Ms. Deesi Thurston Phillips '76 

Mr. Eric M. Scharff '63 

Ms. Andrea Spencer Shelton '91 

Mr. Ashish Thakur '99 

Matthew S. Thompson '93 

Mrs. Vivian Gray Trabue '65 

Mr. Kelly Holland Vrtis '97 

EX OFFICIO 

Mr. Chris Benton 

Avery Livingston '10 

Ms. Heather Staniszewski '02 



CENTER FOR CIVIC 
ENGAGEMENT ADVISORY 
BOARD 

Bill Boiling 

Executive Director 

Atlanta Community Food Bank 

Ann Cramer 

Director North America, Corporate Community 

Relations & Public Affairs 

IBM Corporation 

Elise Eplan 

Senior Adv'isor to the President 

The Arthur Blank Family Foundation 

Kweku Forstall 
Rxecutive Director 
Year Up Atlanta 

Greg Giomelli 

Chief Operating Officer 

City of Atlanta, Office of the Mayor 

Cynthia Kulman 

Director of Educational Achievement 

CF Foundation, Inc. 

Atiba Mbiwan 
Associate Director 
The Zeist Foundation 



Alicia Philipp 

President 

The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta, Inc. 

Yolanda Watson Spiva 
Executive Director 
ProjectGRAD Atlanta 



OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 
MUSEUM OF ART BOARD 

CHAIR 

Dr. Veronica Holmes '02 

MEMBERS 

Mr. A.D. Allushi '02 

Ms. Betsy Ayers 

Ms. Rickey Be\ington 

Ms. Katharine Boone 

Ms. Sona Chambers 

Dr. D. Peter Drotman 

Mr. Justin Epstein 

Mrs. Carol Flammer '89 

Ms. Susan Nicole Gibbs 

Dr. Bonnie Saucer Hayes 

Dr. Stephen Herschler 

Mr. Morris M. Herzberg 

Ms. Theresa Johnson 

Dr. David Jones 

Ms. Ingrid Kelly 

Ms. Andjela Kessler 

Mr. David M. Leonard 

Dr. Jay Lutz 

Dr. Isaac Melamed 

Mr. Zach Nichols lO 

Dr. Lloyd Nick, Director, OUMA 

Dr. Karen Schmeichel 

Dr. William Shropshire 

Dr. Robert Steen 

Ms. Amy Williamson 

Ms. Kimberly Youngblood 

PARENTS LEADERSHIP 
COUNCIL 

Mr. and Mrs. William Ban\ick 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beall 
Mrs. Ann Kennon Breslauer '82 
Mr. Robert Cairns 
Mr. and Mrs. Beauchamp C. Can- 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cerone 
Ms. Cindy Couture 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Davenport 
Ms. Toby Director 
Ms. Kathy Fulton 
Dr. and Mrs. Bannester L. Harbin 
Mr. and Mrs. Da\id Knope 
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Marsden 
Mr. and Mrs. William Myers 
Mr. and Mrs. John Rice 
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ruzika 
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spence 
Drs. Pedro and Corletta Trejo 
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Weinstock 
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Weldon 



PRESIDENT'S ADVISORY 
COUNCIL 

CHAIR 

Ms. S. Tammy Pearson '86 

MEMBERS 

Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. '64, 

Mr. Richard ArroU 

Ms. A. Diane Baker '77 

Mr. Robert Bowen 

Dr. William L. Brightman 

Mr. James H. Burk '83 

Ms. Kelly Caffarelli 

Ms. Mamite Calder 

Mr. Adam M. Corder '95 

Mr. Roger Couch '61 

Mr. John Cunningham 

Mrs. CjTithia Darland 

Mr. Brian A. Davis '94 

Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond 

Mr. Paul L. Dillingham 

Ms. Heather Correa Duffy 

Mr. Harry S. Feldman '75 

Mrs. Donna Kindling '96 

Mrs. Donna Gainer '93 

Mr. Da\id Golden 

Mr. Kenneth P. Gould '85 

Mr. Louis Graner 

Mrs. Carrie Jacobs Henderson 

Mr. J. Cleve Hill '01 

Ms. Nancy C. Juneau 

Mr. Robert M. Kane '81 

Mr. Car>' R. Kleinfield '81 

Mr. William E. Lukow '95 

Ms. Gail L>Tm '77 

Mr. Harold Martin 

Mr. Jin Matsumoto '74 

Mr. J. Kevin Meaders '93 

Dr. John G. Moore 

Mr. Sam Moss 

Dr. Paul L. H. Olson 

Mr. David Reynolds Pass '98 

Dr. Thomas W Phillips '63, 

Mr. J. Bruce Richardson '69 

Mr. Clifford T. Robinson '89 

Mr. Brian C. Sass '83 

Mr. Larr>' C. Shattles '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 

Mr. James K. Warren 

Ms. Elizabeth D. Watts '93, 

Mrs. Dorothea Pickett Westin '89, 

Mr. Allen D. Whitehart '06 

Mr. Mark A. Williams '94 

Mr. Mehyn Williams 

Mr. Rajmond S. Willoch '80 

Mr. J. Blake Young, Jr. 

Mrs. Karen J. Young '81 



30 I OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



GENEROUS: 

FHE HONOR ROLL 
OF DONORS 



Dear Friends, 

In May, I had the distinct privilege of participating in 
Oglethorpe University's 2009 Commencement ceremonies. 
As I extended my hand to congratulate each of the 223 
graduates, I was reminded of how our gifts to the university 
have played a role in every student's success. It is very likely 
that we wiYl never know the full impact of our philanthropy, 
but I for one am honored to know that we made a difference 
in how these young graduates will face or are facing their new 
worlds. My thanks to all of you for your support. 

Sincerely, 



d^d^ 



Jack Guynn 

Chair 

Oglethorpe Board of Trustees 




Board Chair Jack Guynn '03 (H) 
congratulates Ember Melcher '09- 



THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING DONORS WHO GAVE TO OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY BETWEEN JULY 1, 2008 AND JUNE 30, 2009. GIRS 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 

AEL Family Foundation 

Mr. J. Frederick Agel, Sr. '52 and 

Mis. Catherine Agel 
Assistance League of Atlanta 
Ms. Judith M. Becker 
Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation 
Mr. Robert E. Bowden ^66 and 

Mrs. Dixie Bowden 
Mis. Martha Laird Bowen '61 and 

Mr. Robert Bowen 
Mr. Franklin L. Burke '66, '98 (H) and 

Mrs. Eleanor Burke 
Dr. and Mrs. S. Thiett Cathy 
The Community Foundation for 

Greater Atlanta 
Mrs. Martha Carmichael Dew '37* 
Fidelit>- Charitable Gift Foundation 
Mr. and Mis. Norman P. Findley, III 
Betty and Davis Fitzgerald Foundation 
Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr. '78 and 

Ms. Patti Pasch 
Charies A. Frueauif Foundation 
Georgia Foundation for 

Independent Colleges, Inc. 
Mr. WiDiam Howell Gower '68 and 

Mrs. Gs^^e Buich Gower '68 
Mr. James J. Hagelow '69 and 

Mis. Sylvia Hagelow 
Mis. Jesse S. Hall 
The Halle Foundation 
Dr Harald K Hansen '08 (H) and 

Mrs. Betsy Hansen* 



Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. '65 and 

Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartlage '65 
Dr. Veronica M. Holmes '02 
Mr. Arthur Howell 
Dr. Warren Y. Jobe '09 (H) and 

Mis. Sally Jobe 
Mrs. Belle T^imer Lynch '61 and 

Mr. Barry D. Lynch 
Mr. and Mis. R. D. Odom, Jr. 
Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey '84 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parker, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Reiser. Jr. 
The Reznick Group 
Estate of M. A. Rikard *37, '92* (H) 
Mr. Donald H. Rubin '56 and 

Mrs. Shelley Rubin 
Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation 
Mr. llmothy P. l^ssopoulos '81 and 

Mrs. Maria I^ssopoulos 
The TMl Charitable Foundation 
Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation 
Mr. Mark A. Williams '94 and 

Mrs. Sharon Maria Williams '93 

* Deceased 

(H) Honorary Degree Recipient 
Bold text indicates five or more 
consecutive years of giving 

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

Anonymous 

Amont Foundation, Inc. 

Mis. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 and 

Dr. Charles R. Arp 
BCES Foundation 



Chick-fil-A, Inc. 

Mr. David Nathan Cooper '71 

Mr. John Cunningham 

Mr. Joseph W. Dennis ^69 and 

Mrs. Patt>' Dennis 
Mrs. Martha Sibley George '51 
Georgia Power Foundation 
Mr. J. Lewis Glenn '71 and 

Mrs. Nancy Glenn 
Dr. Ja<dc Guynn '05 (H) and 

Mis. Joey Guynn 
Ms. Anne Hammond '87 
Harold Hirsch Scholarship Fund 
Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78 and 

Mrs. Dawn Hutchinson 
Ray M. and Mary Elizabeth Lee 

Foundation 
Mr. Robert A. Milford '99 and 

Mrs. Stephanie Milford 
Mr. Bob T. Nance '63 and 

Mrs. Carol Nance 
Mr. Thomas P. O'Connor '67 and 

Mrs. Georgina O'Connor 
Ms. S. Ikmmy Pearson '86 and 

Mr. Fred Hewitt 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Rogers 
John P. Salamone Memorial Foundation 
Mr. Joseph P. Shelton '91 and 

Mrs. Andrea Spencer Shelton '91 
Drs. William O. Shropshire and 

Patricia P. Shropshire 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold B. Sidman 
Ms. Susan M. Soper '63 and 

Mr. Wilham W "Bo" Holland 
Sunbelt Structures, Inc. 
Ms. THshauda IVeadvvBll, Esq. '96 and 



Mr. Derrick TVeadwell 

Dr. Pamela Tremayne and 

Mr. Ted Heintz 
Dr. James C. Vocalis '43 
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Yarbrough 

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

Anonymous 

Accvunetric, Inc. 

Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr '64 and 

Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken '66 
Mr. G. Douglass Alexander '68 
Mr. Christian Y. Benton 
Mr. and Mrs. Ira P. Bernstein 
Ms. Heather A. Clark '96 
Dr. James L. Cox '53 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. n illingham 
Dorian Software Creations 
Mr. and Mrs. David Golden 
Mr. Q. William Hammack, Jr. '73 
Mr. Donald R. Henry '83 and 

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

Mrs. Elizabeth V. Hombuckle '93 
IBM Corporation 
Mrs. Nancy C. Juneau and 

Mr Les Juneau 
Mis. Sydney Mobley Moss '59 and 

Mr. Jack Moss 
Northwestern Mutual Foundation 
Mrs. Anita Patterson '97 and 

Mr. Jim Patterson 
Rockdale Fund for Social 

Investments, Ina 
Mary and E.P. Rogers Foundation 



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Dr. Lawrence M. Schall and 

Bett>' Londergan 
Mrs. Laura 'Dimer Seydel '86 and 

Mr. Rutherford Seydel 
Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith '70 and 

Mr. H. Bronson Smith 
T^imer Foundation, Inc. 
Mr. and Mrs. Terr>' White 
Mr. James J. WiUiams '99 
Drs. Phihp and Dorothy Zinsmeister 

JAMES EDWARD OGLETHORPE 

SOCIETY 

GIRS OF $1,000-$2,499 

Anonymous 

Dr. J. Frederick Agel, Jr. '72 

Mr. Assaf Hosain Al-Assaf '83 

Allstate Foundation 

Mr. Arthur M. Armstrong '67 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard ArroU 

Atlanta Educational 

Teleconununications Collaborative, Inc. 
Mr. Robert B. Baker, Jr. '79 and 

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

Mrs. Mary Crockett BaU '72 
Bank of America 
Mr. Ted Dwight Bayley '58 and 

Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Bayley '57 
Mr and Mrs. Blair N. Helton 
Mr. John Breton, III '97 MBA '99 and 

Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Breton '02 
Mr. Nathan E. Briesemeister '94 and 

Mrs. Jennifer Briesemeister 
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Burnham 
Mr. W. Q. "Pete" Butler '69 and 

Mrs. Cindy Butler 
Mr. Robert Cairns 
Mrs. Susan Carlisle 
Mr. Herman L. Campbell '39 
Mr and Mrs. Beauchamp C. Carr 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. Clipper 
The Coca-Cola Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cole 
Mr and Mrs. Randall Constantine 
Mr. James M. Cook, Sr. '79 and 

Mrs. Imogene Cook 
Ms. Cindy Couture 
Mr. Robert B. Currey '66 and 

Mrs. Suzanne Straub Currey '65 
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Curtis 
Mr and Mrs. Hugh M. Davenport 
Mr. Brian A. Davis '94 and 

Ms. Michelle Gill 
Mrs. Roberta H. Davis '94 and 

Mr. Raymond R Davis 
Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. 
Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond 
Ms. Toby Director 
Mr. Earl Dolive 
Mr. Timothy Doyle 
Frances and Beverly DuBose 

Foundation 
Dr. Daniel M. Duncanson '85 
Mr. Christopher P. B. Erckert '86 
Flohr Family Foundation 
Ms.. Kathy Fulton 
Mrs. Donna Gainer '93 
Mr and Mrs. David C. Garrett, III 
Mr. David C. Garrett, Jr. '99 (H) 
Dr. R. Derril Gay '62 
Mr. W. Elmer George '40 
Georgia State RE.O. 
GHG Perimeter, LLC 
Mr. Claude Spencer Godfrey, Jr '98 
Mrs. Gonca Gursoy-Artunkal '88 and 

Mr. Ah Artunkal 
Mr. Scott T. Haight '89 
Mr Robert L. Hall 



Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison 
Mr. Stuart Herman '50 and 

Ms. Elsie L. Adler 
Dr. Nancy A. Herring 
Mr. Richard C. Johnson '81 
Mr. Robert M. Kane '81 and 

Mrs. Jeanne Kane 
Mr Cary R. Kleinfield '81 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. Knapp 
Mr and Mrs. Jeffery Korotkin 
Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Kower 
Dr. Dale M. Kristle '78 and 

Mrs. Theresa Kristle 
Landmark Landscapes 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith Lanier, II 
Ms. Cher>l D. Lea '03 
Leadership Atlanta 
Mr. Stuart C. Levenson '67 
Martha and Wihon Looney Foundation 
Mr. William E. Lukow '95 and 

Mrs. Courtney Lukow 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lykens 
Ms. Gail Lynn '77 
Mr. Stephen E. Malone '73 
McDonald's Corporation 
Mr. Scott M. McKelvey '91 and 

Mrs. Kelly McKelvey 
Mrs. Jeanette L. McLain 
Mr. J. Kevin Meaders '93 and 

Mrs. Gui Meaders 
Merrill Lynch and Company 

Foundation 
Dn and Mrs. John G. Moore 
Ms. Tamara S. Nash 
Dr and Mrs. Ken Nishimura 
Dr. J. Anthony Paredes '61 and 

Dr. Alleen Deutsch 
Dr. Manning M. Pattillo, Jr. 
Mr. Kenneth J. Phelps 
Mr. and Mrs. John Pilger 
Mrs. Catherine M. Pittman '90 and 

Mr Louis A. Pittman III 
The Reverend Neal P. Ponder, Jr 
Reliance Financial Corporation 
Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 
Mr. Clifford T. Robinson '89 and 

Mrs. Stacy Leigh Robinson "88 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Rooney 
Mr. Brian C. Sass '83 and 

Mrs. Rana Sass 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Scalley 
Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough '65 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schall 
Mr Christopher M. Sertich '81 
Mr. O. K. Sheffield, Jr. "53 
Sarah Spencer Godfrey Charitable 

TVust 
Ms. Linda Spock and Mr. Tom Spock 
Dr. and Mrs. Donald S. Stanton '99 (H) 
Mr. and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. 
SunTVust Bank Atlanta Foundation 
Mr. Michael K. Szalkowski '88 and 

Mrs. Stephanie E. Szalkowski '89 
Dr Elizabeth R. Taghechian '94 
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Terr>' 
Mr. Ashish N. Thakur '99 and 

Mrs. Renuka K. Thakur 
Mr. Joseph E. Tomberlin '93 and 

Mrs. Kristina Randall Tomberlin '93 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Tomberlin 
Mrs. Jeanie Flohr Treadaway '99 
Drs. Pedro and Corletta Trejo 
Ms. Patricia Upshavv-Monteith and 

Mr Frank Monteith 
Mr and Mrs. William Wall 
Mr James K. Warren 
Ms. Elizabeth D. Watts '93 
Mr. Charles K. Weathers '68 
Mr and Mrs. James S. Weldon 



Mr. Raymond S. WiUoch '80 and 
Mrs. Florrie Willoch 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Blake Young, Jr. 
Mr. John B. S^ellars, Jr. '85 

SIDNEY LANIER SOCIETY 
Gins OF $500-$999 

Anon>Tnous 

Ms. Susan Harman Alou '84 
Mrs. Elizabeth Kidder Ambler '76 
Mrs. Rose Simmons Andrews '51 
Ms. Bambi Ellison Arnold '83 
AT&T Foundation 
Ms. A. Diane Baker '77 
Mr J. Marc Ball '76 and 

Mrs. Ann Sakers Ball '78 
Mr and Mrs. William Barwqck 
Mr. Christopher V. Benner *01 and 

Mrs. Danielle Stellin Benner '99 



Dr Marilyn Fowle 

Mr. Harry R, Frazer '89 and 

Mrs. Dawn Frazer 
Mrs. Dianne McClinton Glennie '83 
Col. Sheldon I. Godkin '52 
Dr. John T. Goldthwait '43 
Mr. Kenneth P. Gould '85 
Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam R. Gussman 
Mr. Robert L. Hall 
Mr. D. Dwayne Hanberry '88 and 

Mrs. Charis Andrews Hanberry '8i 
Dr. and Mrs. Bannester L. Harbin 
Dr. Bonnie S. Hayes 
Dr. Karen Head '98 
Mr. Morris Herzberg, Jr. 
Mr. J. aeve Hill '01 
Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta 
Mr Glenn Holleman '93 
Ms. Misty N. Hood '00 




Julia Fukuda. and Calla Porter, in thefoi'eground, and Tes Beats at 
Freshman Oiientation. 



Mrs. Jane Cowart Bloemer '52 

Mr W. Robert Booker '60 

Mr. and Mis. James L. Bready 

Mr and Mrs. David Bucey 

Mr. Harvey Buck '72 

Mrs. Lynne Bush 

Mr. Herman L. Campbell '39 

Mr Ricardo C. Carvalho '84 

Mr William M. Clifton '88 

CNA Foundation 

The Coca-Cola Company 

Mr. and Mrs. John Corbett 

Mrs. Reese E. Currie 

Mrs. Diane Wilhams Dalbo '98 and 

Mr. David Dalbo 
Ms. Terry Tribbet Davis '82 
Mr. Irani DeAraujo '81 
Mrs. Joan Morris Dechovitz '79 
Mr. Charles G. DeNormandie, III '96 
Disney - ABC Television Group 
Dr. D. Peter Drotman and 

Ms. Carolyn N. Arakaki 
Mr. Talmage L. Dr^man 
Ms. Jennifer DuBose '90 
Mr. Jim H. Faasse '96 
Dr. Beatrice Hasty Favre '64 
Mr. William M. Flammer '90 and 

Mrs. Carol Morgan Flammer '89 
Flammer Relations 
Mr and Mrs. Danie' .agan 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Folger 



Mr. Thomas G. Hood '78 
Dr Philip Horton '79 and 

Dr Lynn Tyson 
Jevrish Federation of Greater Atlanta 
Mr Bruce Perr}- Johnson '83 
Dr and Mrs. Jim Kasperbauer 
Ms. Dar'shun Kendrick '04 
Mrs. Helen King Kessler '68 
Dr J. Brien Key 
Dr and Mrs. Ken Kress 
Mr Andrew G. Kronitz 
Mrs. Shannon M. Lambert '99 
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lane, III 
Mr and Mrs. David Leonard 
Ms. Lucy Leusch 
Mr. Roger A, Littell '68 and 

Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell '68 
Dr and Mrs. Paul Lotholm 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Maddox 
Marsh & McLennan Co's., Inc. 
Dr. John M. Marshall '83 
Mrs. Margaret Woodward 

Mathewes '55 
Mr. Scott D. McAdoo '75 
Ms. Sheryl McCarthy '81 
MetLife Foundation 
MFS Investment Management 
Mr. Paul B.Miller '85 
Mr. Charles E. Newton '42 
Mr. Steven G. Oliphant '84 
Mr. Sanjay P. Padole '04 



32 I OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



Mrs. Lynne BUzing Parriott '77 
Mr. David Reynolds Pass '98 
Mrs. Joan Fisher Percival '64 
Mr. John C. Pemer 
Mrs. Deesi Thurston Phillips '76 
Mr. Vincent A. Pisani '00 
Mr. Thomas C. Port '68 and 

Mis. Kathy McLeod Port '69 
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Potter 
Mr. Kenneth W. Powell '67 
The Procter & Gamble Fund 
Dr. W. Irwin Ray. Jr. 
Dr. Beth Roberts 
Mr. David M. Ross '93 
Mr. R. Alan Royalty '88 and 

Mrs. Mylinda Royalty 
Ms. Barbara A. Sanders 'SO 
Ms. Rebekah D. Schiller '05 
Ms. Mar>' K. Semmelmayer 
Dr. Albert P. Sheppard '58 
Mr. Eddie Stames '58 
Dr. LindaJ.Tkyior 
Dr. John H. Thomas. Ill '71 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Scott Thompson 
Time Warner 
Mr. Bleecker Totten '51 
Transformational Development 

Counsel, LLC 
Mr. Mark L. T\ibesing '93 
Mr. Morris L. Tiibesing '95 and 

Mrs. Pamela G. T\ibesing 
Dr. Louise M. Valine 
Ms. Maijorie Elder Vaught '83 
Mr. Richard P. Williams '75 
The Winston-Salem Foundation 
Dr. James W. Ziegler '80 

JOHN THOMAS LUPTON SOCIETY 
GIFTS OF $300-$499 

Anommous 

Mrs. Aimette Fry Adamiyatt '79 

Dr. Keith H. Aufderheide 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bernhardt 

Dr. Jacqueline Miles Boles '56 

Mrs. Muriel Lewis Bono '52 

Dr. Brooke N. Bourdelat-Parks '95 

Ms. Maria J. Bright '95 

Mr. William R. Brown, Jr. '50 

Mr. BUI W. Carter '59 

Dr. L. Casey Chosewood '86 

Mr. Joseph D. Damour '07 

Mr. Mark W. DeLong '03 

Mrs. Laura Zaban Dinerman '68 

Mrs. Catherine Dunham '99 

Dr. Mimi Milner Elrod '66 

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Emerson 

Mr. Brian E. Findley '99 and 

Mrs. Susan C. Findley '99 
Mrs. Mary Bob Cooper Fox '63 
Mrs. Ellen Sills Greene '77 
Mr. Jeremy J. Greenup '99 
Mr. Kurt A. Hansen '89 and 

Mrs. Amy Baggett Hansen '91 
Mrs. Lynda Papini Hines '64 MAT '92 
Ms. Susanne W. Howe 
Ms. Loretta D. Hunt '94 
Mr. Wa\Tie M. Kise '69 
Ms. Natalie Gwen Knowles '92 
Mrs. Carol Lanier Lamer '87 
Mr. Wilfred J. LeBlanc '61 
Ms. Pamela Grossman LeWn '69 
Mr. Martin I. Lipson '71 
Mr. Louis T. Lombardy '69 
Mr. Christopher J. McFadden '80 
Mr. John Meacham, Jr. '42 MA '43 
Morgan Stanle\- 
Mr. Jorge Navarro '98 and 

Mrs. Creche Kem Navarro '98 
Dr. Philip J. Neujahr and 



Dr. \'ictoria Weiss 
Mrs. Carlene Rod Oakes '80 
Mr. Stephen A- Orton '69 
Mr. and Mrs. Ke\"in Peterson 
Mr. WiDiam E. Plowden, Jr. '67 
Dr. William E. Porter '87 
Mr. Roy C. Posey '73 
Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 
Mr. Edward G. Riemenschneider '99 
Dr. James D. Rissler '98 and 

Mrs. Christina Bumham Rissler '98 
Royston Elementary- School 
Ms. Deborah L. Ryan 
Dr. Daniel L. Schadler 
Ms. Karen Anthony Schnick '02 
Mr. Andrew Da\id Schutt '95 and 

Mrs. Kirsten Schutt '95 
Mr. Thomas J. Sheridan '89 
Mr. John R, Smith '49 
Dr. Joseph A. Soldati '61 
Mr. Matthew P. Stien '89 
Dr. Brad L. Stone 
Mrs. Karen Barrow Swenson '89 
Mr. T. Charles TVuett, Jr. '88 and 

Mrs. Kimberly Rouleau Thiett '88 
Mr. Robert L. Unger 
Mr. Bernard van der Lande '76 
Verizon Foundation 
Wachovia Bank of Georgia 
Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Weismann '94 
Wellpoint Foimdation 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Wingo 
Mr. John Wuichet '90 

SOCIETY OF 1835 
GIFTS OF $120-$299 

AnomTnous 

Mrs. Catherine Castagna Abood '86 

Accentuie Foundation, Inc. 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arola 

AstraZenica 

Mr. Jon A. A.\elberg "67 

Mrs. Stephanie Staples Babbitt '84 

Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Bailey 

Mr. Thomas M. Baird '68 

Mr. Brad A. Baldwin '88 

Mrs. Jamie Walker Ball '95 

Mr. Charles W. Bastedo 

Mr. Edmimd A. Bator '53 and 

Mrs. Martha Mayson Bator '51 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles L. Baube 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beall 
Mrs. Juliet Wang Belko '88 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Bell 
Mr. Todd Dand Bembrv- '98 
Mr. Carl H. Bergman '66 
Mrs. Bennie Harris Black '74 
Mrs. Heidi M. Blackwell '99 
BNSF Railway Company 
Mrs. Kristin Reeder Boan '91 
Mrs. Fmrna Sewell Borders '69 
Mr. Christopher C. Brantley '02 
Ms. Andrea Hope Breen '99 
Mr. Henrv- J. Broitman '91 
Ms. Janet Brownstein '75 
Mrs. Sue Goddard Bryant '84 
Mr. James O. Bundy '64 and 

Mrs. Jane Lincoln Bxmdy '64 
Ms. Barbara E. Burk 
Mr. James H. Burk '83 
Mr. Clancy S. Burrell '83 
CA, Inc. 

Don and Sammie Calder 
Mr. Robert F. Canavan '92 and 

Dr. Amy Langham Canavan '96 
Mrs. Meredith Mabr>- Cantrell '94 
Dr. James Patrick Capes '87 
Dr. Mark A. Caprio '94 
Mr. Richard Joseph Carter '65 



Mrs. Mary Williams Cazalas '54 

Centricsit. LLC 

Mr. Philip C. Chamberlain '76 

Dr. Marlene Hockenberry Ciand '59 

Dr. Jeffrey Collins 

Dr. Ava Marie Salerno Conlin '90 

Ms. Vicki Jan Conway '72 

Ms. Leigh M. Cooper '04 

Ms. Jessie L. Copeland '02 

Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Corum 

Mr. Ernest A. Grain '70 

Mrs. Mary D. Crosby '09 

Mrs. Lyim Lasater Crowley '74 

D. A. Dalton 

Mr. and Mrs. Loyd E Daniell 

Ms. Heather Cordeiro DeGrave '00 

Mr. James L. Delay '64- 

Mr. Lewis B. DeRose '57 

Mrs. Suzaime E. Dorough '04 

Ms. Wendy E. Drake '91 

Mr. Rodney S. Drinkard '92 

Mr. Michael D. Dusang '99 MA '03 and 

Mrs. Jessica M. Dusang '99 
Mrs. Susan Bums D\ar, MD '90 
Mrs. Caroline Drawd>- Ellis '52 
Ms. Rebecca Ellis '97 
Mr. Bruce R. Feuer '70 
Mr. John J. Fittipaldi '71 and 

Mrs. Mimi Hobbs Fittipaldi '72 
The Reverend Mandy Sloan 

Flemming '00 
Mr. Matthew I.D. Flinn '98 and 

Mrs. Amy Myers Flinn '00 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Friedman 
Mr. Josh W. Funderburke '00 
Dr. Nicole Garbarini '00 
Mr. Joseph P. Gardiner 
Mr. Arthur L. Gl\Tm 
Ms. Jodie Sexton Goff'Ol 
Mr. Kevin M. Goff '84 and 

Mrs. Patricia Bourne GofF'84 
Mrs. Jessica Bagley Gordon '86 
Ms. Amy Beth Grossman '93 
Mrs. PeggA- Collars Guillebeau '57 
Ms. Michele Anne Guy '87 
Ms. Marion C. Haines '90 
Mrs. Ashley Zimmerman Hamilton '01 
Mr. Benjamin J. Hanes '98 
Mr. Richard A. Hans "87 
Mr. Robert E. Hamian. Jr "76 
Dr. Jill Reiss Harper '94 
Mr. Donald G. Hartman '67 
Mr. John William Harvey '71 and 

Mrs. Mary-Phylhs D. Harvey '71 
Mr. and Mrs. James A- Haviland 
Ms. Laura Williams Hawkins '97 
Mr. James E. Henderson '52 and 

Mrs. Jean Horton Henderson '52 
Mr. Gordon Hiles "57 
Dr. J. Clark Hill '93 and 

Mrs. Doreen Hart Hill "91 
Dr. James H. Hinson, Jr. '49 and 

Mrs. Doris Pickens Hinson '49 
Mr. William J. Hogan, Jr. '72 
Mrs. Heather E. Homor "94 
Mr. Robert P. Hojt "68 
Ms. Ann Hsu '00 
Mrs. Catherine O. Ingersoll '56 
Mr. Michael A- Israelite '72 
Mrs. Elizabeth Christian Jackson '55 
Mr. J. Robert Jackson '67 
Mrs. Carol C. Johnson 
Mr. Jonathan W. Johnson *89 
Dr. Elizabeth L. Jones-Lukacs '55 
Mrs. Patricia Daniel Kapphahn '59 
Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Kee 
Mr. Michael D. Kelly '97 
Mr. Joseph M. Kidd "96 
Mr. Lucien M. Kimball 



Dr. John D. King '56 

Mr. Joel H. Kleiner '70 

Mr. and Mrs. Da\id Knope 

Mr. George J. Kopec 

Mr. Ra\Tnond J. Koschak "91 

Mr. Ronald L. Kraynick '89 and 

Mrs. Kathleen McDermott 

Kraynick '88 
Mr. Keith P. Kronish '77 
Ms. Tracey Lathem '78 
Mr. DaWd M. Leach "97 
Mrs. Rebecca White LeaveU '91 
Mr. Antonio V. Lentini '87 
Mrs. Pauline Feny Lester '65 
Ms. Tammy Marie Locklear '88 
Mr. Robin Lohfert '03 
Lt Colonel Lee London, Jr. '71 
Dr. Robert W. Lovett '56 
Ms. Johnnie LowTy 
Ms. Jane C. Lu '00 
Dr. Raymond H. Lucas '86 
Mr. John H. Lummus "58 
Mrs. Ttaiara Chaffin Lynde '86 
Dr. James S. MacDonall "70 
Mrs. Mary Louise Watkins MacNeil '51 
Mr. Robert L. Maiming '64 
Ms. Julie L. Marlowe '85 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Marshall 
Ms. Laura Masce 
Ms. Kay Esch Mason '02 
Ms. Dolores Mason-Gaddy '88 
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance 
Company 

Mr. Benjamin J. Mays '85 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mazzarino 
Mrs. Linda THguero McCormick '82 
Ms. A, Joann McDowell '90 
Mr. Daniel P. McGuinn "05 
Ms. Janice McNeal "98 
Mr. Ke\in L. Mende "73 
Mrs. Helen Maddox Menefee '87 
Mr. Joseph R. Menez '70 
Mr. Da\id Menoni "98 
Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer '72 
Mr. Gregory Quintard Meyer '85 
Ms. Katherine Schindler Michalek '96 
Dr. Martin L. Micklesen '67 
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. Milder 
Mr. James J. Millard '62 
Ms. Vicki Miller 
Mr. James P. Milton '57 
Mrs. B. Michon HaU Mitchell '87 
Mr. James W. Moore, Jr. '85 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Morrow- 
Mr. Kenneth Morscheiser 
Mrs. Sybil Sanders Neel '55 
Mr. Charles D. Nicholas '82 
Mrs. Rosalie Brookshaw North '58 
Ms. EUen Heckler OHerlihy '82 
Col. H. David CMalie '56 
Mr. Joseph T. Overton '52 
Mr. Doug Palfrey 
Ms. Harsinie W. Panditarante '01 
Mr. Albert N. Parker 
Dr. Mary- Ellen Perkins 
Dr. Thomas N. Pirkle '48 
Mr. and Mrs. How-ard Pound 
Mr. Dennis C. Pratt '71 
Prudential Foundation 
Dr. Robert H. Pullen, Jr. '79 
Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pyron 
Mr. JeffPyron'97 
Ms. Deanne Raish 
Mr. Robert L. Rawson '98 
Mr. and Mrs. Waymond Ray 
Mrs. Wendy Pearson Robertson '89 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rogers 
Mrs. Penelope McCtilloch Rose '65 
Mrs. Robin Rose-Samuels '85 



CARIUON I 33 



Dr. and Mrs. William T. Ross 

Dr. Ix>uis E. Rossman '69 
Mrs. CjTithia Larbig Rowe '84 
Mr. Floyd D. RuU '67 
Mrs. Elizabeth G. Rulison '84 and 

Dr. Michael K. Rulison 
Mr. and Mrs. William Sadler 
Mr. Michael B. Sa£fran '76 
Mr. Alan Schlesinger '71 
Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. 
Mr. William E. Scott '58 
Sealed Air Corporation 
Ms. Linda Robertson Secretan *64 
Mr. Matthew S. Shepherd '94 
Ms. Kate Shropshire '02 
Mr. James M. Sibley 
Mr. Ralph Dean Sims 
Dr. Bret K. Sleight '87 
Mr. Chuck Smith '75 
Mr. William Charles Smith '57 
Smith & Howard. P.C. 
Mrs. Cynthia May Spann *54 
Mr. Nathan Sparks '98 
Mrs. Susie Edwards Spear '77 
State Farm Insurance Company 
Mrs. Charolette Morris Steed '62 
Mrs. Barbara Klein Stewart '64 
Mr. R. Stephen Strachan '70 
Dr. William F. Straley 
Mrs. Christine R. Strong '92 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Suddes 
Mrs. Kimberly Vax Summers '03 MAT '07 

and Mr. Christopher R. Summers '03 
Mrs. Mary Denton Suttle '68 
Mrs. Christine Graf Ikggart '88 
Mr. ayde A, l^ent '72 
Mr. David Terrell 
Ms. Babette J. Tipping 
Ms. June M. Tompkins '92 
Ms. Vivian Gray TYabue '65 
Trade International 
Mr. Michael Turgeon 
Mr. Daniel L. Uffiier, Jr. '51 
UnumProvident Corporation 
The USAA Matching Gift Fund of the 

San Antonio Area Foxmdation 
Dr. Martha Vardeman 
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Von Gal, Sr. 
Mrs. Kelly Holland Vrtis '97 
Mrs. Diane Dubay Walker '86 
Mrs. Carolyn Constangy Wasser '79 
Ms. CaitUn Way '91 
Mr. Ra>-mond Lee Webb "59 
Mr. Marc S. Weinberg '6l 
Mr. Jonathan L. Weininger '07 
Mrs. Barbara Rose Westfall '72 
Mr. Joe E. White '56 
Mr. Matthew White '99 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Williams 
Ms. Kristine V. G. WiUiams '99 
Mrs. Lillian Cable Williams '41 MA '45 
Mr. Tolliver Williams '99 
Mr. Lee A. Wilson '53 
Dr. Hines L. Wommack '58 
Mr. David K. Wood '68 
Mr. Edward E. Zarecor '92 
Mrs. Alice Hoke Zimmerman '75 

BLACK AND GOLD CLUB 
GIFTS OF $1-$n9 

Anonjinous 

Mr. John Cari Abbott '63 
Ms. Wendy P. Aberwald 
Ms. Susan L. Abrams '05 
Mr. Joseph J. Accardi '57 
ACE INA Foundation 
Mrs. Barbara Martin Adair '86 
Mrs. Ann Gibson Adams '72 



Dr. Charles P. Adams 

Ms. Jane E. Adamson 

The Agape Sunday School Class of 

Peachtree Presbyterian Church 

Mr. Jon Akin 

Mr. A. Scott Allen '88 

Ms. Joan Allen 

Mr. Roy Allison 

Ms. Catherine M. Andersen '02 

Mrs. Beth Morrison Anderson '90 

Mrs. Fredrica Lee Anderson '68 

Mrs. Linda Wishon Anderson '72 

Mrs. Margaretha G. Anderson 

Ms. Penelope J. Anderson '01 

Mrs. Shelby Andrews '79 

Mr. John Robert Andrus '72 

Mr. Frank S. Anepohl, Jr. '78 

E. B. Arden 

Mr. Jack B. Arnold '60 

Mr. Chris Astley 

Atlanta Histor>' Center 

Ms. Sandra Lynch Aufderheide '83 

MAT '98 
Mrs. Ethyl Fadden Ault '61 
Mrs. Deborah Roach Avery '75 
AXA Foundation 
Ms. Sheela Awuah-Fosu '01 
Mr. Stephen J. Axelberg '72 
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ayers 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Azevedo 
Dr. Jay A. Azriel '84 
Mr. and Mrs. Charbel Baaklini 
Ms. Sandra Babb 
Mr. Albert Nathan Baer '63 
Mrs. Gladys Bahar> 
Mr. Michael S. Bahary '79 
Mr. Adam H. Bailey 09 
Mr. Kent L. Bailey '93 
Ms. Sharon Bailey 
Ms. Linda Bain 
Mr. W. Edgar Baker '67 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Balch 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Baldwin 
Mr. Christopher A. Ballar '93 and 

Mrs. Amy TYicker Ballar '93 
Ms. Anne M. Baiter '07 
Mrs. Deda Walker Band '88 
Mrs. Lynn Hallford Banks '56 
Ms. Lin Barker '81 
Mrs. Virginia Barrett Barker '59 
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Bamett 
Mr. Howard J. Barr '83 
Mrs. Valerie Holshouser Barske '98 
Mr. Bruce Bartnick 
Ms. Sandra Bates 
Mr. Da\id L. Bauman "64 
Mr. John H. Beach, Jr. '78 
Mrs. Nancy T. Beane 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Bedford 
Ms. Dorothea L. Beebe 
Ms. Michelle N. Beeken '06 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bein 
Ms. Martene Monet Bell '05 
Mrs. Paula Hoftnann Bell '62 
Mrs. Nona Jones Bell '55 
Ms. Susan Carlee Bell '65 
Mrs. Gin Bradley Bell '67 
Ms. Jeanette M. Bellamy '00 
Mr. Asher I. Benator '52 
Mrs. Tern Benford-O'neil '91 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Benoit 
Ms. Laurie Berger '05 
Ms. Barbara Berryman 
Mrs. Vema Miller Berthelsen '43 
Ms. Holly Beyersmith 
Ms. Rita Bickerstaff 
Mr. James N. Bier '70 
Mrs. Elizabeth Gosnell Biggs '76 
Mr. Robert L. Bingham "70 



Mr. Brent Andrew Bishop '88 

Ms. Susan Bistline 

Mrs. Anna Zaibel Blau '70 and 

Mr. Nathan Blau 
Ms. Dorothy Blau '51 
Mrs. Enrique E. Bledel 
Mr. Nathan W. Blong '07 
Mrs. Eleanor Coplan Bogart '56 
Mr. D. Marshall Boggess '04 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bohnenberger 
Mr. William W. Bolton '94 and 

Mrs. Heather Keehn Bolton '93 
Dr. and Mrs. W. Devere Bond 
Mr. Manuel F. Bonilla 
Mrs. Amy Katz Bonn '99 
Mr. Jonathan Bookspun '05 
Mr. and Mrs. John Boolukos 
Ms. Mary K. Boone 
Ms. Wendy Smith Boul '91 
Ms. Helen E. Bourne '87 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bowen 
Ms. Linda P. Bowles 
Mrs. Carol Bowling 
The Reverend Harvey C. Boyd, Sr. '51 
Mr. and Mrs. Gary Braddick 
Ms. Laura D. Braddick '09 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Bradford 
Ms. Rebecca Humble Bragg '02 
Ms. Janis H. Brennan 
Mrs. Ann Kennon Breslauer '82 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Breuer 
Mrs. Jane Rand Breunig '51 
Ms. Josephine Breyfogue 
Mrs. Elizabeth Bridgers '87 
Mr. Grayson K. Briggs '08 
Lt Col. Richard A. Briggs '88 
Mrs. Kathleen Moran Brink '89 
Mr. and Mrs. E>wight Brisendine 
Mr. Matthew J. Brisendine '08 
Mr. Al G. Britt '83 
Mrs. Lisa DiNapoli Broderick '91 
Ms. Hannah E. Brooks '09 
Ms. Kathryn S. Brooks '98 
Mrs. Ann L. Brown '77 
Ms. Ann R, Brown '89 
Mr. Daniel S. Brown '09 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown 
Mr. Myers E. Brown '93 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown 
Dr. Susan Crosby Brown '83 
Mrs. Helen Kibler Browning *70 
Mr. Thomas J. Browning '67 
Mr. Galen M. Brownley '01 
Mr. Michael S. Bryant '69 
Ms. Sara Brj'ant '04 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Br>'Son 
Dr. Robert A. Buck '83 
Mrs. Denise Trosk\' Buckelew '83 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckley, Sr. 
Mr. Matthew G. Bollard '98 
Ms. Frances B. Bunzl 
Ms. Patricia Burditt 
The Reverend James R Burgess, HI '72 
Dr. Kari Burgess '78 
Mr. Norman R. Burgin '62 
Ms. Jill Lesko Burnett '82 
Mrs. Catherine T. Bums '00 
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Burt 
Ms. Barbara M. Busby 
Mrs. Maritta M. Bush '86 
Ms. Sara L. Bush 
Mrs. Joan Robb Butler '49 
Mrs. Shahina S. Butler "02 
Mrs. Amy E. Butler-Zapatka '07 
Mr. Gordon C. Bynum *50 
Ms. Laurette W. Cadres '01 
Mr. and Mrs. James Cady 
Mrs. Sylvia Smith Caley '83 
Mrs. Nancy Tkrrant Calhoun '60 MA 75 



Ms. Theresa M. Callahan 

Miss Laura A. Callender '08 

Ms. Paula E. Campbell 

Mr. Joseph G. Cannon '48 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cantwell, Jr. 

Mr. Gene Carasick 

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cariello 

Mrs. Janice Haney Carr '73 

Mrs. Kathryn Beatty Carr '73 

Mr. Edward Carroll 

Ms. Irene Carter 

Miss Nancy T. Carter '73 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter 

Mr. and Mrs. J. Philip Carver 

Mrs. Anne A. Casey '07 

Mrs. Cherry Hodges Casey '65 

Mr. Brett Cave '99 and 

Mrs. Ann Stiner Cave '01 
Mr. Michael Cecil 
Ms. Beverly L. Center 
Drs. Danko and Jadranka Cerenko 
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ceto 
Dr. Paula Haver Chambers '69 
Ms. Susan Channer 
Mrs. Victoria Stevens Chapman '89 
Charles Schwab 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chelemer 
Mr. Charles D. Chetwynd '69 
Mrs. Donna Williams Chieves '64 
Mr. Jimmy Childre. Jr. 
Mr. Brian B. Chimiklis '08 
Mr. William B. Christian '59 and 

Mrs. Barbara James Christian '62 
Mrs. Joyce Odom Christianson '48 
Ms. Joan Christopher-Quillen 
Dr. Soon Young Chung '70 
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Chunka 
Ms. Martha J. Church '67 
Mr. Norm Citron 
Mrs. Anja Smith Clark '74 
Mrs. Cathy Ayer Clark '79 
Dr. D. DeWayne Clark '91 and 

Mrs. Leeanne Axley Clark '90 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Clauson 
Dr. Michael J. Claxton '94 
Mrs. Nikki McCoy Qemons '68 
Mr. Michael Clifford 
Mrs. Genevieve H. Clow '57 
Mr. and Mrs. K A. Cobbaert 
Mrs. Yuriko Cobia '97 
Mr. Harold L. Cochran '54 
Ms. Ann Cofer 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coffey 
Mrs. Hazel Wilson Cofield '53 
Mr. Cohen and Ms. Neustadt 
Ms. Bonnie E. Cohen '92 
Mr. Michael P. Cohen 
Ms. Margaret E. Cole '86 MBA '98 
Dr. Pam B. Cole 
Dr. Claire Derde^Ti Coles '75 
Ms. Emily Collette 
Mr. John R. Collins '72 
Ms. Katherine Collins 
Ms. Mary Collins 
Ms. Debra Combs 
Ms. Beth Eckard Concepdon '90 
Ms. E. Harriett Cone '80 
Mrs. June Hopkins Conley '67 
Ms. Melissa A. Conrad '02 
Ms. Ember Uziel Constantin '91 
Mr. Miles R Cook '75 
Mrs. Oreta Cox Cook '66 
Mr. Peter Coon 
Mr. Robert D. Copelan '74 
Ms. Amelia M. Copp '07 
Mr. Adam M. Corder '95 and 

Mrs. Rebecca Marasia Corder '91 
Ms. Kathy Countin 
Ms. JiUian D. Crawford '06 



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Mrs. Kay Kilpatrick Crawford '63 

Ms. Linda B. Creecy "08 

Mrs. Alice Callaway Crenshaw '50 

Mr. William Crime '03 

Ms. Ann Marie Crochet '92 and 

Mr. Tommy M. Crochet 
Mr. Andrew R. Crosby '02 
Mrs. Leah Bell Crosby *93 
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Cross 
Ms. Sara A. Cross '09 
Mr. and Mrs. Danny L. Cruff 
Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt W. Crump 
Ms. Tanya M. Crump 
Mrs. Hallie Beasley CuUen '65 
Mr. Edgar O. Daffin '67 
Mrs. Susan Hollinshead Dalton '63 
Dr. Cheryl Baker Dammann '67 
Mrs. Elizabeth Parra Dang '98 and 

Mr. Jason H. Dang 
Ms. Jessica L. Daniel '09 
Ms. Rozaan J. Daniel '09 
Mr. James L. Dart '75 
Mr. Gregory L. Daspit '97 and 

Mrs. Angela Bartlett Daspit '98 
Mr. David Stewart Davies '65 
Mr. Luis A. Davila '07 
Ms. Beverly Davis 
Ms. Cher>'l Davis '67 
Ms. Kathy A. Davis 
Mr. Martin Clay Davis '97 and 

Ms. Ann Mason '95 
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Davis, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Render S. Davis 
Mrs. Sarah Lee Davis '76 
Dr. and Mrs. S. Carter Davis 
Ms. Shirley Peterson Davis '82 
Mrs. Stacey A. Da\is Ryerson '00 
Mr. Brad Day '03 
Mr. John C. Day, Jr. '64 
Mr. Tony de Give 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Maria 
Mr. Thomas E. Deacon '60 and 

Mrs. Jeannette Seward Deacon '64 
Ms. Cristine Deaver '96 
Ms. Barbara A. Deberdt '07 
Mr. Dean Thomas DeCendo '87 
Mr. John R DeFino '71 
Dr. Ann P. Delatte '56 
Mr. Neal G. Delmonico 
Mrs. Caroline Vinson Dennis '96 
Dr. Verline Dixon Dennis '65 
Ms. Patricia Baker DeRose '58 
Ms. Tiffanv R. Desrosiers '08 



Mrs. Kimberley D. Diffey '97 and 

Mr Michael Diffey 
Mrs. Claire M. Dionne '96 
Ms. Carolyn Y. Dishmaa 
Ms. Fran DLxon 
Ms. Shirley Dobry 
Mr David G. Doemberg '70 
Mr. Chad A. Donaghue '00 
Mr. Paul R, Donald, Jr. '64 
Mrs. Elaine Shiflett Dooley '63 
Ms. Leshe Adams Dove '90 
Mr. John J. Dowd, Jr. '82 
Mrs. Judith Hunt Drobinski '84 
Mr. Adrian D. Drost 
Mr. E. Jack Drummond '85 
Mr. Dou^as Robert Dubay '85 and 

Mrs. Cynthia Bjurmark Dubay '87 
Mrs. Murlene L. Dubay 
Mr. Donell Ducote 
Ms. Lisa Chkoreff Duncan '90 
Mr. Troy Duvall 
Mr. Jay D. Dye '60 
Ms. Iris L. Dyson 
Ms. Penny J. Dyson 
Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Eady 
Mr. C. Michael Eason '80 
Ms. Linnett Ebanks 
Mr. and Mrs. Lint Eberhardt 
The Reverend Samuel W. Edleman, 

Jr. '57 and Mrs. Margaret Young 

Edleman '59 
Mr James L. Egerton '63 
The Reverend Julie Ehlers-King '98 
Mr. Michael W. Eis '01 and 

Ms. Melissa Kostelansky Eis '02 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eleazer 
Mrs. Elizabeth Katz 
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Ellinger 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Ellington 
Mr. and Mrs. William Ellington 
Mrs. Mikala Warren Engel '73 
Ms. Pamela England 
Mrs. Nancy Thompson English '62 
Ms. Ellen M. Erenbaum '79 
Mr. Timothy J. Ernst '07 
Mrs. Amy Zickus Estes '94 MBA '01 
Mr. William J. Evans 
Ms. Laurette Evora 
Mrs. Sharon Velinslgf Fj^in '85 
Mr. O. Navarro Faircloth '65 and 

Dr. Kathleen Pitts Faircloth '66 
Mrs. Nancy L. Farrey 
Federated Department Stores. Inc. 




Three ofOU's international students: from left, Ranjita Nair, Fiji; Jocek 
Kmiecik, Poland; Min Zhou, China. 



Mr. Bob L. Fesperman '83 
Mr. Clinton L. Fincher '58 

Mr. John C. Findlan 

Ms. Anna E. Findley '09 

Mrs. Sara Steinberg Fine '55 

Mr. Marv Fineroff' 67 

Mrs. Rhiannon N. Fink '02 

Dr. and Mrs. Roderick Finlayson 

Mr. James S. Fisher, II '00 

Ms. Jennifer S. Fisher '08 

Mr. John R. Fisher '51 

Mr Eric C. Fladland '09 

Mrs. Barbara Howard Flanigan '76 

The Reverend John M. Flanigen, Jr. '50 

Mr. Sheldon H. Fleitman '53 

Mrs. Jean Callaway Fletcher '60 

Mrs. Ligia C. Florim 

Mrs. Nellie Jo Payne Folds '64 

Dr. Dianne Jones Ford '77 

Mr. Richard R. Ford '88 

Mr. Christopher Y. Fort '01 

Mr. Jose Fort 

Mr. and Mrs. Craig Fowler 

Mr. Gregory S. Fowler '78 and 

Mrs. Tina Salzman Fowler '78 
Ms. Laura Fowler *84 
Mrs. Carolyn L. Frangiamore '64 
Mr. Laurence Stephen Frankel '70 
Mrs. Carolyn Morris Frazier '59 
Mr. Anthony N. Freeman '99 and 

Mrs. Shannon Hutcheson Freeman '98 
Ms. Christina Rice Freeman '58 
Mrs. Lynn Andreasen Freeman '70 
Mrs. Lisa Alford Freschi '90 
Ms. Tracy L. Frey '93 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Friant 
Mrs. Elizabeth Mathieu Frias '55 
Ms. Kathy Fries 
Ms. Dori H. Fuller 
Future Stars Soccer Academy 
Mr. Christian G. Gackstatter '85 
Ms. Ellen Gray G^adberry '85 
Mrs. Lisa F. Gallagher '91 
Dr. John Gamwell 
Ms. Pauline J. Gardner '02 
Mr. and Mrs. B. A Garrett 
Mr. Eric J. Garvey '87 
Ms. Sarah Allison Gatliff '97 
Ms. Anna A. George '03 
Mr. Joseph E. George '73 
Mr. David M. Gerhardt '84 
Mrs. Brenda Hamlin Gibbs *70 
Mr. Alan J. Gibson '95 and 

Mrs. Ten Butler Gibson '95 
Ms. G. Merrill Griffis Gibson '90 
Mr Grey S. Gibson 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Gilbert 
Ms. Karen Gilbert 
Ms. Maria I. Gill 
Ms. Stephanie M. Gill '08 
Mr. Donald Austin Gillis '01 
Mr. William T. Girton '95 
Mrs. Judith Draisen Glassman '72 
Ms. Glenda Glenn 
Mrs. Nancye Rice Glenn '82 
Mr. and Mrs. Marion B. Glover, Jr. 
Mr. Robert Glover 
Mr. Stanley M. Goldberg '03 
Ms. Wendy D. Goldberg '92 
Mr. and Mrs. Ira F. Goldman 
Mr. Allen B. Goodwin '73 
Ms. Kathy Gordo 
Mr. James R. Gordon 
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gorman 
Mr. Gar\' L. Gorrel 
Miss Susan E. Goslin '68 
Mrs. Barbara Marsh Gotsch '60 
Mr. Stuart L. Gottler 
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Goudelocke 



Ms. Kristina A. Grace '09 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grad 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Louis Graner 
Dr. Robert M. Grant '90 
Mr. C. Patrick Gray '92 and 

Mrs. Alexandra Kay Gray '93 
Ms. Arlen Gray 
Mr. Jeremy D. Gray '03 and 

Mrs. Kelley Bowden Gray '03 
Cdr. John F. Greear, III '62 
Ms. Chelsia C. Green '09 
Mr. John S. Green, Jr. '50 
Mr. Stephen B. Greenman '75 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greenwell 
Mr. Robert M. Gregory '77 '80 
Mrs. Francine Klein Greiner '60 
Mr. Beat Karl Greisler 
Ms. Jessica R. Griffin '06 
Mrs. Hildred L. Griggs '73 
Mrs. Rachel Williams Grimes '91 
Ms. Hannah B. Grisar '99 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Grisar 
Mrs. Telete Richards Grotefend '51 
Ms. Blanche D. Grubbs 
Mrs. Kathleen Glynn Grupp '79 
Mr. Lewis Gruskin 
Ms. Greta Guentcheva 
Mr. J. Cabot Gupton '63 and 

Mrs. Barbara Dexter Gupton '63 
Mr and Mrs. Daniel T. Gura 
Ms. Gillian Gussack 
Dr. AnnRita Levis Hader '76 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Haight 
Mrs. Jennifer Ovdenk Haley '97 
Mr. Thad E. Hall '90 and 

Mrs. Nicole Caucci Hall "90 
Mr. George M. Hall '76 and 

Mrs. Roxie P. Hall '86 
Mrs. Louise Hall-Jones '75 
Mrs. Mary M. Hamacher '87 
Dr. Hugo S. Hammond '59 
Mr. Thair Patrick Hanaway '95 
Mrs. Kristine Suber Hanchar '94 
Mr. John Hancock 
Mrs. Marilyn Whiteside Handsel '75 
Mr. B. Shane Haney '91 and 

Mrs. Michelle Rosen Haney '90 
Miss Etta Lou Hanken '72 
The Reverend Paul H. Hanna'49 
Mrs. Julie Wackerman Hanrahan '90 
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Hans 
Mr Karl A. Hansen '91 and 

Mrs. Susan Poston Hansen '95 
Mr. Michael Hanson '93 and 

Mrs. Stacie T. Hanson '06 
Mrs. S. Lynne Hanzelik 'Q5 
Mrs. Vicki Grimes Hardin '77 
Mr and Mrs. Michael W. Hardy 
Col. (Ret) John E. Harms '58 
Ms. Nancy L. Harper "07 
Mrs. Natahe Mintz Harris '73 
Mrs. Irene M. Harrod '71 
Mr. and Mrs. William Barter 
Dr. David N. Harvey '61 
Mrs. Melissa L. Hawthorne '02 
Mrs. Brenda Smith Hayden '90 
Ms. Maril\Tj L. Hays '85 
Mrs. Amanda Hayward- Giles '02 
Mr. James W. Hazelwood, Jr. '62 
Mrs. Elizabeth R. Healy '96 
Mrs. Marv' Finn Heaney '70 
Mr. Thomas Hebert 
Mr. Howard L. Hecht 
Dr. Sandra L. Hedge '68 
Mrs. Carolyn Herzog Hellerung '84 
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Helmbold 
Mr. and Mrs. David F. Helwig 
Ms. Georgia Russell Hembree '86 
Mrs. Jennifer Carroll Hemphill '95 



CARILLON 



35 




President Schall welcomes the Class of 2013 to his home, Lanier House, 
during Orientation Weekend. 



Mr. Greg Henderson 

Mrs. Elizabeth A. Henry '92 

Ms. Carol E. Herson '08 

Ms. Tracey E. Herzer '01 

Mr. William A. Hewes '67 

Mr. William T. Hewes '95 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Hicks 

Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Higgins 

Mr. Harold N. Hill, Jr. 

Mr. James Hill '06 

Mr. Michal Hillman 

Mrs. Gladys B. Hirsch 

Mr. Kurt Hirshman '99 

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hitchcock 

The Re\erend Jessica Hitchcock '01 

Mr. William M. Hobbs "76 

Mrs. Linda Robuck Hoffinan '58 

Dr. Robin Whyte Hoffinan '70 

Mr. Stephen M. Hole '70 

Mrs. Marjorie McClung Holliday '49 

Mrs. E. Connie Brown Holliman '65 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel H. Hollums 

Mrs. September Holstad '04 

Mrs. Penni Raid Holt '8? 

Mr. Floyd G. Hopkins '59 

Mrs. Catherine Borck Horsefield '99 

Mr. Jeremy D. Horsefield '99 

Mrs. Elizabeth Locklin Hrisak '79 

Mrs. Bett\- Jean Hudson "76 

Ms. Caroi Ohl Hudson '82 

Mr. F. Harvey Hudson '61 

Dr. Paul Stephen Hudson '72 

Ms. Jean Pryor Hughes '64 

Mrs. Jennifer Hedgepeth Hull '98 

Mr. Norman R. Hurd Jr. 'QQ 

Mr. Ron Hutchins 

Mrs. Barbara B. Hutchinson '9^ 

Mr. Charles L. Hutto, Jr. '72 

Mr. Matt Hutz '99 

Ms. Sue Innes 

Ms. Annemarie Ippolito '06 

Mrs. Joan Ireland '96 

Mrs. Vickie Moore Irwdn '83 

Ms. Clare Isanhour '50 

Ms. Anna Johnston lulianelli '96 

Mr. and Mrs. Myron Jabs 

Mr. Christopher S. Jackson '01 and 

Ms. Sara Ha\'iland Jackson '01 
Ms. Laura F. Jacques 
Mrs. Jo Jagoda 
Ms. Mona Jain '01 
Mrs. Florence Richardson James '48 



Ms. Marian E. James '09 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. James 

Mrs. Ruth N. James 

Mrs. Ava Hart Jarboe '54 

Mr. and Mrs. George Jefcoat 

Ms. Pegg>' Jeffra 

Ms. Martha Ann Jenks '74 

Mrs. Stephanie John-Baptiste 

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Johns 

Ms. Betsy D. Johnson "80 

Mr. Clavton B. Johnson '00 

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett D. Johnson 

Mr. G. S. Johnson 

Ms. Helen L. Johnson '98 

Mr. Herbert F. Johnson 

Dr. and Mrs. Johnson 

Mrs. Jean Lefevre Johnson '58 

Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson 

Mr. Alex Johnson '07 

Mr. and Mrs. C. Donald Johnson, Jr. 

Capt. Louis A. Johnson '76 and 

Mrs. Laura Fantini Johnson *76 
Dr. Maria Elizabeth Johnson '97 
Mrs. Miki Williamson Johnson '97 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Johnson 
Ms. Susan Marie Johnson 'S3 
Mr. and Mrs. Willie R Johnson 
Mrs. Leshe Berk Johnston '72 
Mr. Brent R. Jones '04 
Ms. Carol A. Jones '94- 
Ms. Joyce C. Jones '76 
Mrs. Rebecca Harbor Jones '62 
Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sr. '69 
Ms. Ta\niah K.. Jones 
Mrs. Yvonne Scales Jones '71 
Dr. Mehssa E. Jordan '03 
Mr. and Mrs. Burt Jordan 
Mrs. Susan Goodchild Jordan '66 

MAT '73 and Mr. Harold Jordan 
Mr. Marion D. Jorgensen 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph 
Ms. Sandhya Joshi '08 
Drs. Karl Jost and Lori Schmied 
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Kadish 
Mrs. Debra Losner Kahn '78 
Mrs. Rhalda Rubin Kahn '57 
Mr. Siegfried Kanimerer 
Mrs. Judith Chapman Kane '90 
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Karnes 
Mr. Paul Kastin 
Mr. and Mrs. Judd A. Katz 
Mr. and Mrs. Da\ad Kayne 



Mr. Thaddeus J. Keefe. Ill 

Mr. Hugh T. Keenan 

Ms. Karen Keiser- Jenkins '83 

Ms. Ingrid Kelly 

Ms. Juanita Kendricks '04 

Mr. Bryan B. Kenna '01 and 

Mrs. Kirsten R. Kenna 
Ms. EHzabeth P. Kennedy '02 
Mr. and Mrs. Shane Kennedy 
Mr. Warner L. Kennon, IV '76 
Mrs. Christ>' Hall Keohane '95 
Ms. Kelly L. Kersh 
Ms. Anne P. Key 
Ms. Beatrice W. Kibera '07 
Mr. Dennis W. Kiernan '96 
Mrs. Frances Y. King 
Mr. and Mrs. James King 
Ms. Kalila King 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard N. King 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kingsley 
Ms. Kim Louise Laurel '88 
Mrs. Ellen Plutchok Klein '70 
Mrs. Kathryn Engler Klein '95 
Miss Peggy C. Kline 
Ms. Barbara E. Klineman 
Dr. Mark A. Knautz '87 
Mr. Ronald R Knopf 61 
Mrs. Bett\' Cloys Knox '59 
Ms. Margie A. Koenig 
Mrs. Sally Rich Kolb '75 
Ms. Edna B. Kopetz 
Mr. Michael Alan Kopley '72 
Ms. Kelly D. Korell '08 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kramer 
Dr. Susan W. Kramer 
Mr. Wayne Kramer 
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Knieger 
Mr. John D. Kuiken '62 and 

Mrs. Rosa M. Kuiken 
Mrs. Betty Powell Kujawski '75 
Ms. Katie E. Kulavic '09 
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Kure 
Ms. Kathleen Kurre 
Mrs. Mar\' Johnson-Smith Kylin '92 
Ms. M. B. Lacy 
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lamas 
Mr. Keith J. Landberg '71 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Landry 
Dr. Jack C. Lane '58 and 

Mrs. Jaime Jolley Lane '59 
Ms. Deborah M. Lange '03 
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Langer 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lanier 
Ms. Mary B. Lapwing 
Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large 
Ms. Stephanie C. Laubscher '09 
Mr. Phihp R Law '84 
Law Debenture Trust Company 
Ms. Ruth Laxson 
Mr. Jeflfrey S. Layne '74 
Ms. Jean Leach *04 
Ms. Grace J. Ledfors '04 
Ms. Jeanee Marie Ledoux '99 
Ms. Cathy Lee 

Miss Vivian Chandler Lee '64 
The Reverend Fitzhugh M. Legerton 
Mr. Thomas P. Lenzer '77 
Mrs. Lu Green LeRoy '95 
Dr. Ralph Lev 

Mrs. Stacey Bronstein Levin '86 
Mr. Steven W. Levinsky '74 
Dr. Bertram J. Le\y '62 
Mrs. Gwendolyn Moss Lewis '53 
Mr. Irwin A. Lewis '51 
Ms. Lisa Lewis 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewis 
Ms. Molly S. Lewis '00 
Mr. Russell Lind 'P*" 
ytc. R Phillip Lindenuan '80 and 



Mrs. Patricia Goodwin linderman '81 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Lindley 

Ms. Katherine L. Lindley '00 

Mr. Richard E. Lindsay '82 

Mrs. Diana Marcus Lipton '79 

Mr. Allan Uttle, HI 

Mr. Jimmy Livaditis 

Mr. Donald Livingston 

Ms. Rita J. Llop '81 

Mrs. Kimberly A. Lohoar '93 

Mrs. Dixie Woolford Long '39 

Dr. Carlos E. Lopez 

Mr. Gene Lorenz 

Mr. and Mrs. Steven Lori 

Mrs. Gail Lynn Louton '93 

Ms. Deborah B. Love '08 

Mr. Gordon W. Love, Jr. '71 

Ms. Maureen C. Lovett 

Ms. Audrey Jean Lowe 

Mr. Richard H. Lowe 

Mr. and Mrs. Fu-Tai Lu 

Ms. Rob\Ti Lucas '99 

Dr. Jay Lutz 

Mr. Richard Lyon 

Mr. Michael J. Lyons '05 

Mr. Robert N. Lyons '95 and 

Mrs. Stephanie Chaby Lyons '97 
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Maguire 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mahany 
Mr. Michael T. Mahoney '98 
Arthur & Susan Maier Foundation 
Ms. Lori Malazich 
Ms. Angel P. Mallard '01 
The Honorable Robert P. Mallis "62 
Ms. Lathonia D. Maloy '99 
Mrs. Suzette Harvey Mancini '71 
Ms. Nancy Mandl '08 
Ms. Georgia Manley 
Mr. Josie Mann 

Mrs. Jennifer Broadbent-Maiine '91 
Mr. J. Terry Markham '76 
Marshall Engineering 
Mr. Charles R. Martin '69 MA '72 and 

Mrs. Linda Thomason Martin '67 
Mr. and Mrs. Da\id Martin 
Mr. Gary W. Martin '77 
Ms. Jeanette B. Martin '95 MBA '00 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marvin 
Ms. Jeanie Ftanco Marx '64 
Mr. Tim Marx '67 
The Honorable Sam Massell 
Mrs. Judith S. Massey '63 
Mr. Jeffrey B. Matthews '71 
Ms. Kelly Matysik '04 
Ms. Bernice Maw 
Ms. Margaret Max^well '03 
Mr. Jeffrey May 
Mrs. Phyllis Rogers May '82 
Mrs. Kathy Bedell Mayo '89 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mays 
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Mazhar 
Mr. Curtis E. Mc Leod '09 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie McAlister 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McAllister 
Mr. Neil Gray McBride 
Mr. and Mrs. John McCart 
Ms. Jennifer McCormick '02 
Mrs. Ila Ann Varelmann McCoy '58 
Ms. Dawn Brookman McCullar '97 
Mrs. Bett}' Elkins McDonald '59 
Dr. Jay McDuffie '44 and 

Mrs. Dorothy Hooks McDuffie '47 
Mrs. Betty Stokes McGarity '58 
Ms. Margaret A. McGinness '86 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. McKee, Jr. 
Mr. John E. McKee, III '76 
Mr. Herbert S. McMuUen '63 
Ms. Catherine L. McNeill 
Mr. Dennis M. McPeak '81 



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Ms. Jacqueline E. McSparron '02 
Mr. Bisell H. McWilliams, III '06 
Mrs. Marion Pierce Meador '47 
Mis. Brigitte Mebius-Moggre '83 
Ms. Laura Medley 
Ms. Meagan M. Meekin '09 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Meivers 
Ms. Ember L. Melcher '09 
Ms. Karen Elizabeth Mellott '02 
Ms. Jaime J. Melton '98 
Mr. Charles Mehille 
Merck Company Foundation 
Mr. Matthew R. Merker '01 and 

Ms. Deborah Arrieta-Merker '98 
Mr. Marc Merlin 
Mr. Jesse M. Merrell. Ill '71 
Ms. Sheila Mihalo\its 
Mr. James H. Milford. Jr. '68 
Mr. Fred A. Miller, Jr. '55 
Mr. George A. Miller 
Mr. Jefirey Ross Miller '73 
Dr. Lewis M. Miller, III '98 and 

Mrs. Rebecca Hester Miller '97 
Mrs. Lois Adams Miller '66 
Mrs. Michelle Ponte MiUer '94 
Ms. Phyllis Miller 
Ms. Jeffanne E. Millien '08 
Ms. Kathleen R. Mills 
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Milstead 
Mrs. Caroline Cook Minor '75 
Ms. M. Elaine Minor '81 
Ms. Ruth Mitchell 
Mrs. Dina Molaison '99 
Mrs. Susan Wilson MoUoy '78 
Ms. Chantal Montagnet '99 
Mr. Robert K. Montague '75 
Ms. Sherion Moon '05 
Mr. Charles R. Moore '92 
Mr. Cliflf C.Moore '09 
Ms. Cora Moore 
Ms. Harriet S. Moore 
Mr. J. Alan Moore '58 and 

Mrs. Ina Foster Moore '58 MA '75 
Mr. L. Silas Moore, Jr. '61 
Mrs. Ruth McLaughlin Morgan '77 
Mrs. Bonnie Hargrove Morrison '69 
Mr. Robert F. Moskowilz '52 
Mrs. Beverly Moss 

Miss Rosemary Mosteller *72 MAT '76 
Miss Tommye Mueller '45 
Mr. WiUiam Thayer Mullally '03 
Ms. Cecilia Mary MuUings '87 
Mr. T. Michael Murphey '54 
Mr. Walter E. Music '63 
Mr. Francis R. Nadeau, Jr. '70 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Namen 
Mr. Thomas A. Namey '02 and 

Ms. Sallie Kaltreider Namey '02 
Walid Nassif 

Mr. Jose E. Navarro, Jr. '09 
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Neisins 
Ms. Twinkle Nelson 
Mrs. Eleanor Milner Newland '63 
Ms. Valerie Newman '77 
Ms. Amy Young Newson '86 
Mr. Zachar)- C. Nichols 
Ms. Mabel A. Nicholson 
Mr. Lloyd Nick 
Ms. Jane Nicol 
Ms. Martha A. Nodar '08 
The Reverend John W Norton '57 
Mrs. R. Kathy Witte Norton '70 
Mr. Howard E. O'Connell '85 
Mr. John G. Odell 
Mrs. Harriet C. O'Dell '66 
Mr. Carroll E. Ogbum, Jr. '64 
Miss Jackie Ohlinger 
Ms. Toni Ohlinger 
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Old 



Ms. liana W. Olin '08 
Mr. Louis D. Olin '68 

Mr. Piercen 01i\'er '06 

Dr. Robert Boyd Oliver '57 

Ms. Ann M. O'Neal '86 

Mr. James J. O'Rourke. Jr. '68 

Mr. Robert L. Owen '82 

Ms. Lori H. Owens 

Owens Corning 

Mr. and Mrs. Grigory Ozeryansky 

Mr. Lance W. Ozier '01 

Ms. Ma\onn C. Paasewe '08 

Ms. Karen C. Page 

Mr. Malcolm E. Page '80 

Mr. Aron C. Palefeky '75 

Ms. Keiko Palmer 

The Paradies Shops 

Ms. Jan Parker 

Mr. William H. Parker '65 and 

Mrs. JaxTie Archer Parker '64 
Mr. Robert Isaacs and 

Ms. Raisa Parmen 
Mr. Zack R. Parris '08 and 

Mrs. Brittany Bennett Parris '06 
Mrs. Rhonda Portnoy Passink '73 
Mr. William M. Pate, Jr. '66 
Mr. and Mrs. Tamlata V. Patel 
Mr. Raymond G. Pawlik. Sr. '70 
Mr. Jeffrey S. Pearlman '96 
Mrs. Barbara Torrey Peddicord '55 
Ms. Kathleen C. Pedro '07 
Mr. William S. Peebles, FV 
Mrs. Jennifer Pekosz '96 and 

Mr. Mark Pekosz 
Ms. M.N-ra Sack Perdue '93 
Ms. Robin Jo Perling '81 
Mr. Jon L. Perry '91 
Mr. Matthew W. Perry '76 
Mrs. Ma\' B. Perp,' 
Mr. Edward A. Petrucci, II '73 
Mrs. Joyce Gravel Pettus '62 
Ms. Cecilia Phillips 
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Phillips 
Dr. Jack J. Phillips '69 
Mr. Charles E. Pickett '71 
Mrs. Priscilla Miller-Pierson '67 and 

Mr. J. L. Pierson 
Mr. Jorge O. Pinto '08 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Pisani 
Ms. Elizabeth Pittman 
Mr. Roy Plant, Jr. 
Ms. Lois Plotkin 
Mr. Adam L. Polakov '98 
Mrs. Ten Silvers Pollack '74 and 

Mr. Ian Pollack 
Ms. Christine Polyak 
Mr. Jeffrey R. Poole '02 and 

Mrs. Robin Elms '02 
Mrs. Mina Stoeva Porell '02 
Mr. C. Scott Port '74 
Mrs. Grace Suder Porter '55 
Ms. Jimmy Ann (Jan) Porter '65 
Mr. Jerry Portwood '99 
Mrs. Frances Creekmore Portwood '57 
Ms. Carol B. Powell 
Ms. Harriet Rogers Powell '86 
Mrs. Margaret Blank Preyer '62 
Mrs. Pamela Richbourg Pruitt '78 
Mr. Michael Puckett '69 
Mrs. Lucia Fairlie Pulgram 
Ms. Kayla B. Pulley '09 
Ms. Vi\ian K. Pyle 
Mr. Ryan P. Queen '97 
Mrs. Judith Vananzi Rabel '81 
Ms. Edna Clark Radford '93 
Mr. Roy V. Rafinski '69 
Mr. Thomas R. Ragland 
Mrs. Joan M. Raiford '94 
Dr. Gleim W. Rainey, Jr. '65 



Mr. David Ralston 
Mrs. Charlotte G. Ramage '40 
Ms. Marilyn Ramick-Palmer '01 
Mrs. Colleen Ramsey '96 
Mr. John H. Randle '57 
Mr. Kevin C. Rapier '92 
Mr. Edward A. Rapp '81 
Mr. Christopher Raths '82 
Miss Dorothy S. Rawlins '54 
Mr. William L. Ray '92 
Mr. Michael J. Reagan '70 
Mrs. Vera V. Redwine '02 
Mrs. Elsie H. Reece '83 
Mr. Daniel S. Reed '72 and 

Mrs. Mary F. Ezzell Reed '72 
Mr. Matthew S. Reeves '97 
Regions Bank 
Dr. Amanda L. Regnier '99 
Mr. Douglas L. Reid '69 
Mr. Wilbur E. Reid 
Mr. Jonathan F. Reilly '89 
Mr. Thomas L. Reilly '67 
Mr. James G. Renfrow, Jr. '62 
Ms. Rachel L. Renz '07 
Mr. R. M. Reynolds, Jr. '55 
Mrs. Regina Re\Tiolds-Cornell 
Ms. Ann Boon Rhea 
Mrs. Sandra Danneman Rich '66 
Ms. Susan C. Richards '06 
Mr. and Mrs. R- H. Richardson 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richey 
Ms. Elizabeth M. Richmann '09 
Mr. William A. Rickard '76 
Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rigdon 
Mr. James A. Riley '66 
Mr. and Mrs. John Riley 
Dr. Michael O'Neal Riley '68 
Ms. Sharon Lauretta Riley '84 
Ms. Ann G. Rinaldi 
Mr. Rex G. Roan '70 
Mr. Julian P. Robichau.\ '94 
Ms. Barbara A. Robinson '81 
Miss Maureen B. Robinson '82 
Ms. Lisa Aim Rock '95 
Mrs. Jackie Perdue Rodriguez '71 
Mr. Jeffi-ey K Roesch '69 
Mrs. Jean Morehouse Roets '74 
Mrs. Brenda Jericevich Roger '95 
Mr. Lawrence H. Rollins '87 and 

Mrs. Cj'nthia Crawford Rollins 'l 
Dr. Wendy Kurant Rollins '90 
Mr. Glen C. Rose '65 
Cdr. and Mrs. M. H. Rose 
Mr. John Barry Rosenberger '74 
Mr. Leon Rosendahl 
Ms. Jennifer B. Ross '08 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rossman 
Mr. and Mrs. Jed Rothwell 
Mrs. Wilma Lipham Rowe '80 
Ms. Chelcie J. Rowell '09 
Ms. Kristi Rowell 
Ms. Diane R. Rowles '71 
Mr. Gary E. Ruckelshaus '69 
Mr. Conan Rudd '64 and 

Mrs. Janet Yose Rudd '64 
Mr. Jerel F. Rush '71 
Ms. Katherine M. Russell '02 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Ryba 
Mr. John A. Ryland 
Mr. Chris Rylands '01 
Mrs. Kelei Sabatino 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sabsowitz 
Ms. Donna L. Sadler 
Mr. Bud Salamone and 

Ms. Sharon DiMarco 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Salpeter 
Salsambo Dance Studio 
Mr. Charles F. Sanders '66 
Ms. Leah L. Sanders '06 



Mr. Michael A. Sanders '76 

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sarisky 

Ms. Kim Phillips Sasso '98 

Ms. Angela Satterfield '97 

Mr. Homer S. Saunders, Jr. 

Ms. Joyce Scanlon 

Ms. Lauren M. Schaffer '08 

Mr. Steven Schall 

Mr. Eric M. Scharff '63 

Mr. James Schell 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schewe 

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Schiff 

Mrs. Shirley Heisler Schiltz 

Dr. Karen L. Schmeichel 

Mr. Douglas S. Schmitt '86 and 

Mrs. Julie Quickmire Schmitt '87 
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Schmutzler 
Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider 
Ms. Debra K. Schreiber '82 
Mrs. Darci Becker Schriber '86 
Mr. Harry L. Schroeder '01 and 

Mrs. Sally P. Schroeder 
Ms. Diane Lee Schuettinger '73 
Mis. Muriel Rotkewicz Schurke '86 
Mr. Brent Schwarz 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schweitzer 
Mr. and Mrs. Henr\- Schwob 
Mr. Charles F. Scott '57 
Mrs. Joyce Wells Scott '72 MA '83 
Mrs. Peggy Gregg Scott '51 
Ms. Stephanie Scott '04 
Mr. Allen Sears '69 
Ms. Caroline Brooks Seay '85 
Mrs. Darlene Baehr Seay '75 
Mrs. Ingeborg Seebohm 
Ms. Betty M, Seely 
Mr. Perr,' Seese 
Ms. Karen Segal 
Dr. Robert A. Sellards '91 
Ms. Theresa Fuerst Sellers 'S3 
Ms. Vivian P. Sellers 
Mr. Earle A. Semple '04 
Mrs. Maria Cohen Senter '81 
Mrs. Gail Robertson Serauskas '93 
Mrs. Kay Boggs Settle '69 
Mr. Robert T. Se\Tiiour '54 
Miss Mary Anne Sharp '58 
Mr. Larry C. Shattles '67 
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sheffield 
Mr. Trevor M. Sheffield '09 
Ms. Sybil Shier 
Ms. Brenda Shonfield '63 
Dr. Da\id Shreve 
Mr. James CO. Shropshire '02 
Mr. Bryan D. Simmons '04 
Ms. Nancy Schaller Simmons '60 
Mr. Charles H. Simon, Jr. '78 
Mr. Donald J. Simon '69 
Ms. Devon M. Simons '09 
Mr. Christopher A. Simser '03 
Mrs. Kelly Siragusa '05 
Mr. Edward P. Siskin '70 
Mrs. Phyllis L. Sitek '92 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slaton 
Mr. Jason M. Slaton '94 
Mrs. Cindy Sloan '08 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold M. Smith 
Mr. Brian C. Smith '79 
Mr. D. Brandon Smith '97 MBA '06 
Mr. and Mrs. Da\-id Earl Smith 
Mrs. Lucy Lindsey Smith '59 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Smith 
Mr. Donald E. Snyder 
Mr. W. Scott Solovray '87 and 

Mrs. Stacy McDonald Soloway '86 
Mr. Steven F. Sorci '08 
Ms. Leonor Soriano '97 
Mr. Udara Y. Soysa '09 
Mr. Jonathan D. Spanier '85 



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Mrs. Mildred Jackson Speights '58 
Capt. Valorie Woods Spence '92 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Speyrer 
Ms. Elizabeth M. Spiegel and 

Mr. John W. Spiegel 
Mr. Blake Stabler '00 
Ms. L>iin Stallings 
Mrs. Margie Eaton Stanfield '5? 
Mr. Duane D. Stanford, Sr. 
Mr. William Stanhope 
Ms. Heather Lynn Staniszewski '02 
Mr. Stuart Staton 
Mr. James W Steinhouse '79 and 

Mrs. Carolyn H. Steinhouse "79 
Mr. John P. Stephens '95 
Mr. Wayne G. Stephens '67 
Mrs. Jane Reynolds Sterne '68 
Mr. David J. Stevens '94 
Mrs. Ellen Randall Stephens '48 
Dr. Marie Sertich Stone '80 
Mr. Nicholas E. Stone '72 
Dr. Lisa J. Street '84 
Mr. Joseph J. Strenk, Jr. '68 
Mrs. Leann Payne Strom '63 
Mrs. Ruth Gunnin Stronigan '55 
Mr. Brad Strother 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stupple 
Mr. Matthew R. Suggett '08 
Dr. Cheryl Granade Sullivan 
Mrs. Nancy Denton Sullivan '57 
Ms. Suzanne H. Sullivan 
Ms. Margaret Summerour '92 
Sun Microsystems Foundation 
Mr. Guy S. Sunny '69 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swafford 
Mrs. Timika Swain Emerson '89 
Mr. Robert J. Swanson, Jr. '88 
Mr. Carl E. Swearingen 
Mrs. Kim Sapecky Swix '84 
Ms. Hope Waldman Targoff '86 
Ms. Margarita Taskaeva 
Mr. Rodger G. Tatum "70 and 

Mrs. L>Tida S. Tatum '92 
Ms. Janet Taylor 
Mrs. Kate McNeil Tkylor '66 
Dr. and Mrs. Francis Tedesco 
Mr. Claude Terry 
Ms. Nicole M. Thibadeau *92 
Mrs. C\-nthia Hess Thomas '70 
Mr. Jennings J. Thompson, IV 
Mrs. Martha Adams Thompson '58 
Mr. Matthew S. Thompson ^93 and 

Mrs. Susan B. Thompson 
Ms. Geraldine R. Thrash 
Ms. Kathleen Tice 
Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Toburen 
Mis. Sheryl C. Tomberhn '84 
Mrs. Tia Lipman Torch '71 
Mrs. Cathryn Torrisi '90 
Mrs. Jeanie Flohr TYeadaway '99 
Ms. Jennifer B. Trevisan '96 MA '01 
Ms. hauTB. Diane TVittin '87 
Mr. and Mrs. George TYoficanto 
Mr. Steven E. Trumbo 
Ms. Sheila Tschinkel 
Mr. Selby A. Tbggle '70 
Mr. Dou^as K 'I\imer 
Mr. John G. Turner '70 
Ms. Susan T. Turner '79 
Mrs. Allison Lourie Ullman '79 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Upton 
Mr. Taylor A. Urbanski '08 
Mr. and Mrs. Zia Usmani 
Mr. Anthony M. Vacca '70 
Mr. Carlos Valdes 
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lee Vaughan 
Ms. Julie M. Vaughan '09 
Mr. Wesley D. Wade '03 
Ms. Katherine Waite 



Mrs. Margaret Blackman Walker '58 

Mr. Reid W. Walker 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker 

Ms. Kirsten M. Pull '01 

Ms. Casey K. Wallace '05 

Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wallace 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Walls 

Mr. Kevin D. Walmsley '89 

Ms. Deborah Walter '86 

Ms. Gail Walter 

Mrs. Jean Grant Walter '51 

Mr. Ralphton E. Warlick '70 

Mr. Ronald A. Warner '74 

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny I. Watkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Shane Watkins 

Mr. Benjamin S. Watson '03 

Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 and 

Mrs. Carol Lawhom Watson '69 
Mrs. Opal Peny Watson '55 
Ms. Diane Waybright 
Mrs. Janet Barnett Weaver '83 
Mrs. Ethel Law Webb '62 
Mr. Webb and Ms. Anderson 
Mrs. Gloria Holbert Webster '50 
Mr. William A. Wehunt '56 
Mrs. Betty U. Weiland 
Mr. Matthew Jason Weiner '95 
Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Weintraub 
Mr. Andrew R. Weiss '71 
Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger '94 
Mrs. Tracey Weller 
Mrs. Nancy Chamley Welty '67 
Dr. Gerald Wempner 
Mr. Gary Wenger '61 and 

Mrs. Ann Klein Wenger '58 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. West 
Mr. Piers J. Weyant 
Dr. and Mrs. Morgan N. Whaley 
Mr. Alan White '75 
Mr. Charles L. White '63 
Mr. Don G. White 
Mr. Larry C. White '69 
Dr. Stephen W. White '66 
Mr. Steven John White '70 
Mr. Jeffrey C. Whitehead '92 
Mrs. Eleanor Yedvoh Whiteside '65 
Mrs. Abigail K. Whitlock '06 
Ms. Susan B. Whitlock 
Mrs. Michelle Payne Whitlow '88 
Ms. Carolyn Wicher 
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Wilcox 
Mr. Robert Wildau 
Mr. William P. Williams '90 and 

Mrs. Angela Watson Williams '92 
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Williams 
Mrs. Marlene R. Williamson '56 
Mr. McDonald Willis '59 
Mr. Michael D. Willis '09 
Mrs. Anita Gegan Willou^by '85 
Mr. Knox R. Wilmer "77 
Mr. Donald R- Wilson, Jr. '71 
Mrs. Elizabeth G. Wilson '91 
Ms. Jackie H. Wilson '72 MA "76 
Mrs. Janie P. >^ilson '74 
Mr. and Mrs. John Winecker 
Ms. Sarah M. Wingfield 
Mrs. Kathryn M. Winland '02 and 

Mr. Joseph L. Winland 
Mr. John H. Winsness '64 and 

Mrs. Charlotte Smith Winsness '64 
Mr. and Mrs. David Winston 
Mr. and Mrs. Da\id Winters 
Mr. and Mrs. W^Uiam Wise 
Mr. Brett R. Wise "06 
Mrs. Ann Lenzer Wodraska '84 and 

Mr. Peter Wodraska 
Ms. Jaime Wojdowski 03 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wojdowski 



Mr. Robert E. Wolfe '80 

Mr. Lee Alan Wolff '73 

Mrs. Mary Carol WoUenhaupt '02 

Mr. James A. Wood, Jr. '03 

Mr. Wesley F. Wood '74 

Ms. Edith Woodling 

Ms. Patricia Beth Wool '77 

The Wool Family Foundation 

Ms. Suzanne C. Wray 

Mr. Richard B. Wright '73 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wrigley 

Mrs. Joyce Arnold Wyckoff '66 

Mr. Gonzalo Yahuitl '09 

Dr. Michael W. Yarbrough '72 

Mr. and Mrs. Farris F. Yates 

Ms. Pang Cha Yim '94 

Mrs. Patricia S. Zafiiito '89 

Ms. Ann E. Zafiroulis '87 

Mr. Nate Zahn *69 

Mr. and Mrs. Angel Zayas 

Ms. Lori Zboran '94 

Ms. Elizabeth Anne Zelley '94 

Mr. Thomas Davis and 

Ms. Maureen Zent 
Mr. Jonathan A. Zerby '70 
Mr. and Mrs. Blaise Ziemian 
Mr. Donald E. Zurek '54 
Mr. Alan Zwicker '05 
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Zwicker 
Mrs. Lee Burke Zywiolek '80 

THE JAMES 
EDWARD 
OGLETHORPE 
CIRCLE 

The Oglethorpe Circle recognizes alumni, 
families and friends who contribute 
$1,000 or more to the Annual Fund 
or specific budgeted programs during 
the university's fiscal year. The 2009 
Oglethorpe Circle Honor Roll of Donors 
includes gifts received between July 1. 
2008 and June 30, 2009- We are deeply 
grateful to the members of the Oglethorpe 
Circle for their vision and generosity. 

PHOEBE APPERSON HEARST 

SOCIETY 

GIFTS OF $10,000 AND ABOVE 

Anonymous 

AEL Family Foundation 
Assistance League of Atlanta 
Mr. Robert E. Bowden '66 and 

Mrs. Dixie Bowden 
Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen '61 and 

Mr. Robert Bowen 
Mr. Frankhn L. Burke '66, '98 (H) and 

Mrs. Eleanor Burke 
Mrs. Martha Carmichaei Dew '.'37* 
Fidelity Charitable Gift Foundation 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Findley, III 
Charles A. Frueauff Foundation 
Georgia Foundation for Independent 

Colleges, Inc. 
Mr. James J. Hagelow '69 and 

Mrs. Sylvia Hagelow 
Mrs. Jesse S. Hall 
Dr. Harald R. Hansen '08 (H) and 

Mrs. Betsy Hansen* 
Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. '65 and 

Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartl^e '65 
Dr. Veronica M. Holmes '02 
Dr. Warren Y. Jobe '09 (H) and 

Mrs. Sally Jobe 



Mr. and Mrs. K D. Odom, Jr. 

Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey '84 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Parker, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Reiser, Jr. 
Estate of M. A. Rikard '37, '92* (H) 
Mr. Donald H. Rubin '56 and 

Mrs. Shelley Rubin 
Shelley and Donald Rubin 

Foundation 
Mr. Timothy P. Ihssopoulos '81 and 

Mrs. Maria 'ftssopoulos 
The TVdl Charitable Foundation 
Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation 
Mr. Mark A. Williams '94 and 

Mrs. Sharon Maria WiUiams '93 

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

Anonymous 

Mr. J. Frederick Agel, Sr. '52 and 

Mrs. Catherine Agel 
Amont Foundation, Inc. 
Mrs. Yetty L«venson Arp '68 and 

Dr. Charles R, Arp 
BCES Foundation 
Dr. and Mrs. S. Thiett Cathy 
Chick-fil-A, Inc. 
Mr. David Nathan Cooper '71 
Mr. John Cunningham 
Mr. Joseph W. Dennis '69 and 

Mrs. Patty Dennis 
Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr. '78 and 

Ms. Patti Pasch 
Mrs. Martha Sibley George '51 
Georgia Power Foundation 
Mr. J. Lewis Glenn '71 and 

Mrs. Nancy Glenn 
Mr. William Howell Gower '68 and 

Mrs. Gayle Burch Gower '68 
Dr. Jack Guynn '05 (H) and 

Mrs. Joey Guynn 
Ms. Anne Hammond '87 
Harold Hirsch Scholarship Fund 
Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson '78 and 

Mrs. Dawn Hutchinson 
Ray M. and Mary Elizabeth Lee 

Foundation 
Mrs. Belle Tlimer Lynch '61 and 

Mr. Barry D. Lynch 
Mr. Bob T. Nance '63 and 

Mrs. Carol Nance 
Mr. Thomas P. O'Connor '67 and 

Mrs. Georgina O'Connor 
Ms. S. Tammy Pearson '86 and 

Mr. Fred Hewitt 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Rogers 
Mr. Joseph P. Shelton '91 and 

Mrs. Andrea Spencer Shelton '91 
Drs. WiUiam O. Shropshire and 

Patricia P. Shropshire 
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold B. Sidman 
Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 and 

Mr. Wilham W "Bo" Holland 
Sunbelt Structures. Inc. 
Ms. THshanda TVeadwell, Esq. '96 and 

Mr. Derrick TVeadwell 
Dr. Pamela Tremayne and 

Mr. Ted Heintz 
Dr. James C. Vocalis '43 
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Yarbrough 

PHIUP WEITNER SOCETY 
GIFTS OF $2,50O-$4,999 

Anon\-mous 
Accumetric, Inc. 

Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. '64 and 
Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken '66 
Ms. Heather A. Clark '96 
Dorian Software Creations 



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\ 




Trustee David Cooper '77, center, hosted the Washington, D.C. alumni event in the Russell Senate Office Buildiing 
in November. With him are Carmen and Brent Burke, parents of Kendall Burke '13. 



Mr. and Mrs. David Golden 

Mr. Q. William Hammack, Jr. '73 

Mr. Donald R. Henry '83 and 

Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 
IBM Corporation 
Mrs. Nancy C. Juneau and 

Mr. Les Juneau 
Mr. Robert A. Milford '99 and 

Mrs. Stephanie Milford 
Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss '59 and 

Mr. Jack Moss 
Northwestern Mutual Foundation 
Mrs. Anita Patterson '97 and 

Mr. Jim Patterson 
Rockdale Fund for Social Investments, Inc. 
Mary and E.P. Rogers Foundation 
Dr. Lawrence M. Schall and 

Bett\" Londergan 
Mrs. Laura TXimer Seydel '86 and 

Mr. Rutherford Seydel 
Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith '70 and 

Mr. H. Bronson Smith 
TXimer Foundation, Inc. 
Mr. and Mrs. Terr>- White 
Mr. James J. Williams '99 
Drs. Pbilip and Dorothy Zinsmeister 

JAMES EDWARD OGLETHORPE 

SOCIETY 

GIFTS OF $l,00<>-$2^99 

Anon>Tnous 

Dr. J. Frederick Agel, Jr. '72 

Allstate Foundation 

Mr. Arthur M. Armstrong "67 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arroll 

Atlanta Educational Telecommimications 

Collaborati\e, Inc. 
Mr. Robert B. Baker, Jr. '79 and 

Mrs. JoseljTi Butler Baker '91 
Mr. John S. Ball '71 and 



Mrs. Mary Crockett Ball '72 
Bank of America 

Mr. Ted Dwight Bayley '58 and 

Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Bayley '57 
Mr. and Mrs. Blair N. Belton 
Mr. John Breton, III "97 MBA "99 and 

Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Breton '02 
Mr. Nathan E. Briesemeister '94 and 

Mrs. Jennifer Briesemeister 
Mr. W. Q. "Pete" Butler '69 and 

Mrs. Cindy Butler 
Mr. Robert Cairns 
Mrs. Susan Carlisle 
Mr. Herman L. Campbell '39 
Mr. and Mrs. Beauchamp C. Carr 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton C. CHpper 
The Coca-Cola Foxmdation 
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cole 
Mr. and Mrs. Randall Constantine 
Mr. James M. Cook, Sr. '79 and 

Mrs. Imogene Cook 
Ms. Cindy Couture 
Mr. Robert B. Currey '66 and 

Mrs. Suzanne Straub Currey '65 
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Curtis 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Davenport 
Mr. Brian A. Davis '94 and 

Ms. Michelle GiU 
Mrs. Roberta H. Davis '94 and 

Mr. Raymond P. Davis 
Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. 
Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Dillingham 
Ms. Toby Director 
Mr. Earl Dolive 
Mr. Timothy Doyle 
R-ances and Beverly DuBose 

Foundation 
Dr. Daniel M. Duncanson '85 
Mr. Christopher P. B. Erckert '86 



Ms. Kathy Fulton 

Mrs. Donna Gainer '93 

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Garrett, III 

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

Dr. R. Derril Gay '62 

Mr. W. Elmer George '40 

Georgia State P.E.O. 

Mr. Claude Spencer Godfi^, Jr '98 

Mrs. Gonca Gursoy-Artunkal '88 and 

Mr. Ali Artunkal 
Mr. Scott T. Haight '89 
Mr. Robert L. Hall 
Mr. Stuart Herman '50 and 

Ms. Elsie L. Adler 
Dr. Nancy A. Herring 
Mr. Richard C. Johnson '81 
Mr. Robert M. Kane '81 and 

Mrs. Jeanne Kane 
Mr. Caiy R- Kleinfield '81 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. Knapp 
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffer>' Korotkin 
Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Kower 
Dr. Dale M. Kristle '78 and 

Mrs. Theresa Kristle 
Landmark Landscapes 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith Lanier, n 
Ms. Cheryl D. Lea '03 
Leadership Atlanta 
Mr. Stuart C. Levenson '67 
Martha and Wilton Looney Foundation 
Mr. William E. Lukow "95 and 

Mrs. Courtney Lukow 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ljitens 
Ms. Gail Lynn '77 
Mr. Stephen E. Malone '73 
Mr. Scott M. McKelvey '91 and 

Mrs. Kelly McKelvey 
Mrs. Jeanette L. Mcl_^in 
Mr. J. Kevin Meaders '93 and 

Mrs. Gui Meaders 



Merrill Lynch and Company 
Foundation 

Dr. and Mrs. John G. Moore 
Ms. Tamara S. Nash 
Dr. and Mrs. Ken Nishimura 
Dr. J. Anthony Paredes '61 and 

Dr. Alleen Deutsch 
Dr. Manning M. Pattillo, Jr. 
Mr. Kenneth J. Phelps 
Mrs. Catherine M. Pittman '90 and 

Mr. Louis A. Pittman III 
The Reverend Neal P. Ponder, Jr. 
Reliance Financial Corporation 
Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson '97 
Mr. Clifford T. Robinson '89 and 

Mrs. Stacy Leigh Robinson '88 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Rooney 
Mr. Brian C. Sass '83 and 

Mrs. Rana Sass 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Scalley 
Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough '65 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Schall 
Mr. Chri.stopher M. Sertich "81 
Mr. O. K. Sheffield, Jr. '53 
Sarah Spencer Godfrey Charitable 

TVust 
Ms. Linda Spock and Mr. Tom Spock 
Dr. and Mrs. Donald S. Stanton '99 (H) 
SunThist Bank Atlanta Fotmdation 
Mr. Michael K, Szalkowski '88 and 

Mrs. Stephanie E. Szalkowski '89 
Dr. Elizabeth R. Taghechian '94 
Mr. Ashish N. Thakur '99 and 

Mrs. Renuka K. Thakur 
Mr. Joseph E. Tomberlin '93 and 

Mis. Kristina Randall Tomberlin '93 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Tomberlin 
Drs. Pedro and CorlettaTrejo 
Ms. Patricia Upshaw-Monteith and 

Mr. Frank Monteith 
Mr. James K. Warren 
Ms. Elizabeth D. Watts *93 
Mr. Charles K. Weathers '68 
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Weldon 
Mr. Raymond S. Willoch '80 and 

Mrs. Florrie Willoch 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Blake Young, Jr. 
Mr. John B. Zellars, Jr. '85 

Bold: These donors have given to the 
Oglethorpe Fund for five or more 
consecutive fiscal years. 
* Deceased 

ALUMNI DONORS BY CLASS YEAR 

Many thanks to all the Oglethorpe 
alumni who contributed to the 
university between July 1, 2008 and 
June 30, 2009- Your contin ued support 
and generosity is making a difference! 

Class of 1537 

Mrs. Martha Carmichael Dew* 
Estate of M. A. Rikard* 

Class of 1939 

Participation: 17% 

Mr. Herman L. Campbell 

Mrs. DLvie Woolford Long 

aassofl940 

Participation: 8% 
Mr. W Elmer George 

Mrs. Charlotte G. Ramage 

Class of 1941 

Participation: 6% 

Mrs. LiUian Cable WilHams 

aassofl942 

Participation: 7% 

Mr. John Meacham, Jr. 

Mr. Charles E. Newton 



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Class of 1943 

Participation: 13% 

Mrs. Vema Miller Berthelsen 

Dr. John T. Goldthwait 

Dr. James C. Vocalis 

Class of 1944 

Participation: 7% 
Dr. Jay McDuffie 

Class of 1945 

Participation: 8% 
Miss Tommye Mueller 

Class of 1947 

Participation: 13% 

Mrs. Dorothy Hooks McDufifie 

Mrs. Marion Pierce Meador 

Class of 1948 

Participation: 50% 

Mr. Joseph G. Cannon 

Mrs. Joyce Odom Christianson 

Mrs. Florence Richardson James 

Dr. Thomas N. Pirkle 

Mrs. Ellen Randall Stephens 

Class of 1949 

Participation: 17% 

Mrs. Joan Robb Butler 

The Reverend Paul H. Hanna 

Mrs. Doris Pickens Hinson 

Dr. James H. Hinson, Jr. 

Mrs. Marjorie McClung Holliday 

Mr. John K Smith 

Class of 1950 

Participation: 19% 

Mr. William R. Brown, Jr. 

Mr. Gordon C. B\Tium 

Mrs. Alice Callaway Crenshaw 

The Reverend John M. Flanigen, Jr. 

Mr. John S. Green, Jr. 

Mr. Stuart Herman 

Ms. Clare Isanhour 

Mrs. Gloria Holbert Webster 

Class of 1951 

Participation: 33% 

Mrs. Rose Simmons Andrews 

Mrs. Martha Mayson Bator 

Ms. Dorothy Blau 

The Reverend Har\'ey C. Boyd, Sr. 

Mrs. Jane Rand Breunig 

Mr. John R- Fisher 

Mrs. Martha Sibley George 

Mrs. Telete Richards Grotefend 

Mr. Irwin A. Lewis 

Mrs. Mary Louise Watkins MacNeil 

Mrs. Pegg>' Gregg Scott 

Mr. Bleecker Totten 

Mr. Daniel L. Uffiier, Jr. 

Mrs. Jean Grant Walter 

Class of 1952 

Participation: 27% 

Mr. J. Frederick Agel, Sr. 

Mr. Asher I. Senator 
Mrs. Jane Cowart Bloemer 
Mrs. Muriel Lewis Bono 
Mrs. Caroline Drawdy Ellis 
Col. Sheldon I. Godkin 
Mr. James E. Henderson 
Mrs. Jean Horton Henderson 
Mr. Robert F. Moskowitz 
Mr. Joseph T. Overton 

Class of 1953 

Participation: 12% 
Mr. Edmund A. Bator 
Mrs. Hazel Wilson Cofield 
Dr. James L. Cox 
Mr. Sheldon H. Fleitman 
Mrs. Gwendolyn Moss Lewis 
Mr. O. K. Sheffield, Jr. 
Mr. Lee A. Wilson 



Class of 1954 

Participation: 16% 
Mrs. Mary Williams Cazalas 
Mr. Harold L. Cochran 
Mrs. Ava Hart Jarboe 
Mr. T. Michael Murphey 
Miss Dorothy S. Rawlins 
Mr. Robert T. Seymour 
Mrs. Cynthia May Spann 
Mr. Donald E. Zurek 

Class of 1955 

Participation: 31% 
Mrs. Nona Jones Bell 
Mrs. Sara Steinberg Fine 

Mrs. Elizabeth Mathieu Frias 

Mrs. Elizabeth Christian Jackson 

Dr. Elizabeth L. Jones-Lukacs 

Mrs. Margaret Woodward Mathewes 

Mr. Fred A. Miller, Jr. 

Mrs. Sybil Sanders Neel 

Mrs. Barbara Torrey Peddicord 

Mrs. Grace Suder Porter 

Mr. R, M. Reynolds, Jr. 

Mrs. Ruth Gunnin Stronigan 

Mrs. Opal Perry Watson 

Class of 1956 

Participation: 19% 

Mrs. Lynn Hallford Banks 

Mrs. Eleanor Coplan Bogart 

Dr. Jacqueline Miles Boles 

Dr. Ann P. Delatte 

Mrs. Catherine O. IngersoU 

Dr. John D. King 

Dr. Robert W. Lovett 

Col. H. David O'Malie 

Mr. Donald H. Rubin 

Mr. William A. Wehunt 

Mr. Joe E. White 

Mrs. Marlene R. Williamson 

Class of 1957 

Participation: 19% 

Mr. Joseph J. Accardi 

Mrs. Ellen Kinsey Bayley 

Mrs. Genevieve H. Clow 

Mr. Lewis B. DeRose 

The Reverend Samuel W. Edleman, Jr . 

Mrs. Peggy Cullars Guillebeau 

Mr. Gordon Hiles 

Mrs. Rhalda Rubin Kahn 

Mr. James P. Milton 

The Reverend John W. Norton 

Dr. Robert Boyd Ohver 

Mrs. Frances Creekmore Portwood 

Mr. John H. Randle 

Mr. Charles F. Scott 

Mr. Wilham Charles Smith 

Mrs. Margie Eaton Stanfield 

Mrs. Nancy Denton Sullivan 

Class of 1958 

Participation: 35% 

Mr. Ted Dwight Ba\'le>" 

Ms. Patricia Baker DeRose 

Mr. Clinton L. Fincher 

Ms. Christina Rice Freeman 

Col. (Ret.) John E. Harms 

Mrs. Linda Robuck Hoffinan 

Mrs. Jean Lefc\Te Johnson 

Dr. Jack C. Lane 

Mr. John H. Lummus 

Mrs. Ila Ann Varelmann McCoy 

Mrs. Betty Stokes McGarity 

Mrs. Ina Foster Moore 

Mr. J. Alan Moore 

Mrs. RosaUe Brookshaw North 

Mr. William E. Scott 

Miss Mary Anne Sharp 

Dr. Albert P. Sheppard 

Mrs. Mildred Jackson Speights 



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TOP 1 O CLASSES — MAKE THAT 

— IN ANNUAL FUND PARTICIPATION: 

1 967 3 1 % 

1964* 23% 

1 962 22% 

1 965 22% 

1963.... 19% 

GOLDEN PETRELS 1 8% 

1961 18% 

1 970 1 8% 

1976 18% ^» 

1968 17% Wt 

1 979* 1 7% 1 

* These classes celebrated reunions in 2009. ] 



While national trends reported annual 
giving at colleges and universities do>vn 
5-10%, OU's annual fund achieved record 
giving for the third straight year. The total 
for 2008-2009 reached an unparalleled 
$1,211,247.81. 




Mr. Eddie Starnes 

Mrs. Martha Adams Thompson 

Mrs. Margaret Blacknian Walker 

Mrs. Ann Klein Wenger 

Dr. Hines L. Wommack 

Class of 1959 

Participation: 26% 

Mrs. Virginia Barrett Barker 

Mr. Bill W. Carter 

Mr. Wilham B. Christian 

Dr. Marlene Hockenberry Cianci 

Mrs. Margaret Young Edleman 

Mrs. CaroljTi Morris Frazier 

Dr. Hugo S. Hammond 

Mr. Floyd G. Hopkins 

Mrs. Patricia Daniel Kapphahn 

Mrs. Bett>" Clo>'s Knox 

Mrs. Janne Jolley Lane 

Mrs. Betty Elkins McDonald 

Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss 

Mrs. Lucy Lindsey Smith 

Mr. Raymond Lee Webb 

Mr. McDonald Willis 

Class of I960 

Participation: 15% 
Mr. Jack B. Arnold 
Mr. W. Robert Booker 
Mrs. Nancy Tkrrant Calhoun 
Mr. Thomas E. Deacon 
Mr. Jay D. Dye 
Mrs. Jean Callaway Fletcher 
Mrs. Barbara Marsh Gotsch 
Mrs. Francine Klein Greiner 
Ms. Nancy Schaller Simmons 



Class of 1961 

Participation: 18% 
Mrs. Ethyl Fadden Ault 
Mrs. Martha Laird Bowen 
Dr. Da\id N. Harvey 
Mr. F. Harvey Hudson 
Mr. Ronald R. Knopf 
Mr. ■RTilfred J. LeBlanc 
Mrs. Belle Huner Lynch 
Mr. L. Silas Moore, Jr. 
Dr. J. Anthony Paredes 
Dr. Joseph A, Soldati 
Mr. Marc S. Weinberg 
Mr. Gary Wenger 

Class of 1962 

Participation: 22% 

Mrs. Paula Hofinann Bell 

Mr. Norman R. Bur^n 

Mrs. Barbara James Christian 

Mrs. Nancy Thompson English 

Dr. R. Derril Gay 

Cdr. John F. Greear, III 

Mr. James W. Hazelwood, Jr. 

Mrs. Rebecca Harbor Jones 

Mr. John D. Kuiken 

Dr. Bertram J. Le\T 

The Honorable Robert R Mallis 

Mr. James J. Millard 

Mre. Joyce Gravel Pettus 

Mrs. Margaret Blank Preyer 

Mr. James G. Renfrow. Jr. 

Mrs. Charolette Morris Steed 

Mrs. Ethel Law Webb 



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Class of 1963 

Partidpation: 19% 

Mr. John Carl Abbott 

Mr. Albert Nathan Baer 

Mis. Kay Kilpatrick Crawford 

Mrs. Susan Hollinshead Dalton 

Mrs. Elaine Shiflett Dooley 

Mr. James L. Egerton 

Mrs. Mary Bob Cooper Fox 

Mrs. Barbara Dexter Gupton 

Mr. J. Cabot Gupton 

Mis. Judith S. Massey 

Mr. Herbert S. McMullen 

Mr. Walter E. Music 

Mr. Bob T. Nance 

Mrs. Eleanor Milner Newland 

Mr. Eric M. Scharff 

Ms. Brenda Shonfield 

Mrs. Leann Payne Strom 

Mr. Charles L. White 

Class of 1964 

Participation: 23% 

Dr. William C. Aitken, Jr. 

Mr. Da\id L. Bauman 

Mr. James O. Bundy 

Mrs. Jane Lincoln Bundy 

Mrs. Donna Williams Chieves 

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 Pa>-ne Folds 

Mrs. Carolyn L. Frangiamore 

Mrs. Lynda Papini Hines 

Ms. Jean Prv'or Hughes 

Miss Vivian Chandler Lee 

Mr. Robert L. Manning 

Ms. Jeanie Franco Maix 

Mr. Carroll E. Ogbum, Jr. 

Mrs. Ja\Tie Archer Parker 

Mrs. Joan Fisher Percival 

Mr. Conan Rudd 

Mrs. Janet Yose Rudd 

Ms. Linda Robertson Secretan 

Mrs. Barbara Klein Stewart 

Mrs. Charlotte Smith Winsness 

Mr. John H. Winsness 

aassofl965 

Participation: 22% 

Ms. Susan Carlee Bell 

Mr. Richard Joseph Carter 

Mrs. Cherr>- Hodges Casey 

Mrs. HaUie Beasley Cullen 

Mrs. Suzanne Straub Currey 

Mr. Da\id Stewart Da\ies 

Dr. Verline Dixon Dennis 

Mr. O. Navarro Fairdoth 

Mrs. S. L>-nne Hanzelik 

Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartlage 

Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. 

Mrs. E. Connie Brown Holliman 

Mrs. Pauline Ferr>- Lester 

Mr. William H. Parker 

Ms. Jimmy Ann (Jan) Porter 

Dr. Glenn W Rainey, Jr. 

Mr. Glen C. Rose 

Mrs. Penelope McCulloch Rose 

Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough 

Ms. Vivian Gray TVabue 

Mrs. Eleanor Yedvob Whiteside 

Class of 1966 

Partidpation: 15% 
Mrs. Carole Moore Aitken 
Mr. Carl H. Bergman 
Mr. Robert E. Bowden 
Mr. Franklin L. Burke 
Mrs. Oreta Co.x Cook 



Mr. Robert B. Currey 
Dr. Mimi Milner Elrod 
Dr. Kathleen Pitts Fairdoth 
Mr. Norman R. Hurd Jr. 
Mrs. Susan Goodchild Jordan 
Mrs. Lois Adams Miller 
Mrs. Harriet C. OTJeU 
Mr. William M. Pate, Jr. 
Mrs. Sandra Danneman Rich 
Mr. James A. Riley 
Mr. Charles F. Sanders 
Mrs. Kate McNeil "Ikylor 
Dr. Stephen W. White 
Mrs. Joyce Arnold Wyckoff 

Class of 1967 

Participation: 31% 

Mr. Arthur M. Armstrong 

Mr. Jon A. Axelberg 

Mr. W. Edgar Baker 

Mrs. Gin Bradley Bell 

Mr. Thomas J. Browning 

Ms. Martha J. Church 

Mrs. June Hopkins Conley 

Mr. Edgar O. DafSn 

Dr. Cheryl Baker Dammann 

Ms. Cher>l Da\is 

Mr. Marv FinerofF 

Mr. Donald G. Hartman 

Mr. William A. Hewes 

Mr. J. Robert Jackson 

Mr. Stuart C. Levenson 

Mrs. Linda Thomason Martin 

Mr. Tim Marx 

Dr. Martin L. Micklesen 

Mr. Thomas P. O'Connor 

Mrs. Priscilla Miller-Pierson 

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 Chamley Welty 

Class of 1968 

Partidpation: 17% 

Mr. G. Douglass Alexander 

Mrs. Fredrica Lee Anderson 

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. WUham Howell Gower 

Dr. Sandra L. Hedge 

Mr. Robert P Ho.M 

Mrs. Helen King Kessler 

Mrs. Barbara Beggs Littell 

Mr. Roger A. Littell 

Mr. James H. Milford, Jr. 

Mr. Louis D. Olin 

Mr. James J. O'Rourke, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas C. Port 

Dr. Michael O'Neal Riley 

Mrs. Jane Re\"nolds Sterne 

Mr. Joseph J. Strenk, Jr. 

Mrs. Mary Denton Suttle 

Dr. G. Gihnan Watson 

Mr. Charles K. Weathers 

Mr. David K. Wood 

aassofl969 

Partidpation: 15% 
Mrs. Emma SeweU Borders 
Mr. Michael S. Bryant 
Mr. W. Q. "Pete" Butler 
Dr. Paula Haver Chambers 
Mr. Charles D. Chetwynd 
Mr. Joseph W. Dennis 
Mr. James J. Hagelow 



Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sr. 

Mr. Wa>Tie M. Kise 

Ms. Pamela Grossman Le\in 

Mr. Louis T. Lombardy 

Mr. Charles R. Martin 

Mrs. Bonnie Hargrove Morrison 

Mr. Stephen A. Orton 

Dr. Jack J. Phillips 

Mrs. Kathy McLeod Port 

Mr. Michael Puckett 

Mr. RoyV. Rafinski 

Mr. Douglas L. Reid 

Mr. Jeffi-ey R. Roesch 

Dr. Louis E. Rossman 

Mr. Gary E. Ruckelshaus 

Mr. Allen Sears 

Mrs. Kay Hoggs Settle 

Mr. Donald J. Simon 

Ms. Susan M. Soper 

Mr. Guy S. Sunny 

Mrs. Carol Lawhom Watson 

Mr. Larry C. White 

Mr. Nate Zahn 

Class of 1970 

Partidpation: 18% 

Mr. James N. Bier 

Mr. Robert L. Bingham 

Mrs. Anna Zaibel Blau 

Mrs. Helen Kibler Browning 

Dr. Soon Young Chung 

Mr. Ernest A. Crain 

Mr. David G. Doemberg 

Mr. Bruce R- Feuer 

Mr. Laurence Stephen Frankel 

Mrs. L\Tin Andreasen Freeman 

Mrs. Brenda Hamlin Gibbs 

Mrs. Mar>- Finn Heaney 

Dr. Robin Whyte Hoffinan 

Mr. Stephen M. Hole 

Mrs. Ellen Plutchok Klein 

Mr. Joel H. Kleiner 

Dr. James S. MacDonall 

Mr. Joseph K Menez 

Mr. Francis R. Nadeau. Jr. 

Mrs. R. Kathy Witte Norton 

Mr. Raymond G. Pawlik, Sr. 

Mr. Michael J. Reagan 

Mr. Rex G. Roan 

Mr. Edward P. Siskin 

Mrs. Dean Dubose Smith 

Mr. R. Stephen Strachan 

Mr. Rodger G. Tatum 

Mrs. Cynthia Hess Thomas 

Mr. SelbyA-Tliggle 

Mr. John G. Turner 

Mr. Anthony M. Vacca 

Mr. Ralphton E. WarUck 

Mr. Steven John White 

Mr. Jonathan A. Zerby 

Class of 1971 

Partidpation: 13% 
Mrs. Ann Gibson Adams 
Mr. John S. Ball 
Mr. Da\id Nathan Cooper 
Mr. John P. DeFino 
Mr. John J. Fittipaldi 
Mr. J. Lewis Glenn 
Mrs. Irene M. Harrod 
Mr. John William Harvey 
Mrs. Mary-Phyllis D. Harvey 
Mrs. Yvonne Scales Jones 
Mr. Keith J. Landberg 
Mr. Martin I. Lipson 
Lt, Colonel Lee London, Jr. 
Mr. Gordon W. Love, Jr. 
Mrs. Suzette Harvey Mancini 
Mr. Jeffrey B. Matthews 
Mr Jesse M. Merrell, III 
Mr. Charles E. Pickett 



Mr. Dennis C. Pratt 

Mrs. Jackie Perdue Rodriguez 
Ms. Diane R, Rowles 
Mr. Jerel F. Rush 
Mr. Alan Schlesinger 
Dr. John H. Thomas, III 
Mrs. Tia Lipman Torch 
Mr. Andrew R. Weiss 
Mr. Donald R. Wilson, Jr. 

Class of 1972 

Partidpation: 16% 

Dr. J. Frederick Agel, Jr. 

Mrs. Linda Wishon Anderson 

Mr. John Robert Andrus 

Mr. Stephen J. Axelberg 

Mis. Mary Crockett Ball 

Mr. Haney Buck 

The Reverend James R, Burgess, III 

Mr. John R. Collins 

Ms. Vidd Jan Conway 

Mrs. Mimi Hobbs Fittipaldi 

Mrs. Judith Draisen Glassman 

Miss Etta Lou Hanken 

Mr. WiUiam J. Hogan, Jr. 

Dr. Paul Stephen Hudson 

Mr. Charies L. Hutto, Jr. 

Mr. Michael A. IsraeHte 

Mrs. LesUe Berk Johnston 

Mr. Michael Alan Kopley 

Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer 

Miss Rosemary Mosteller 

Mr. Daniel S. Reed 

Mrs. Mary F. Ezzell Reed 

Mrs. Joyce Wells Scott 

Mr. Nicholas E. Stone 

Mr.ClydeATyient 

Mrs. Barbara Rose Westfall 

Ms. Jackie H. Wilson 

Dr. Michael W Yarbrough 

Class of 1973 

Partidpation: 11% 
Mrs. Janice Haney Carr 
Mrs. Kathiyn Beatty Can- 
Miss Nancy T. Carter 
Mrs. Mikala Warren Engel 
Mr. Joseph E. George 
Mr. Allen B. Goodwin 
Mrs. Hildred L. Griggs 
Mr. Q. WiUiam Hammack, Jr. 
Mrs. Natalie Mintz Harris 
Mr. Stephen E. Malone 
Mr. Kevin L. Mende 
Mr. Jeffrey Ross Miller 
Mrs. Rhonda Portnoy Passink 
Mr. Edward A. Petrucci, II 
Mr. Roy C. Posey 
Ms. Diane Lee Schuettinger 
Mr. Lee Alan Wolff 
Mr. Richard B. Wright 

Class of 1974 
Partidpation: 9% 

Mrs. Bennie Harris Black 
Mrs. Anja Smith Clark 
Mr. Robert D. Copelan 
Mrs. Lynn Lasater Crowley 
Ms. Martha Ann Jenks 
Mr. Jeffrey S. Layne 
Mr. Steven W. Levinsky 
Mrs. Teri Sihers Pollack 
Mr. C. Scott Port 
Mrs. Jean Morehouse Roets 
Mr. John Barr>' Rosenberger 
Mr. Ronald A. Warner 
Mrs. Janie P. Wilson 
Mr. Wesley F. Wood 
Class of 1975 

Partidpation: 12% 

Mis. Deborah Roach Avery 



CARiUON 



41 



Ms. Janet Brownstein 

Dr. Claire Derdeyn Coles 

Mr. Miles R. Cook 

Mr. James L. Dart 

Mr. Stephen B. Greenman 

Mrs. Louise Hall-Jones 

Mrs. Maril>Ti Whiteside Handsel 

Mrs. Sally Rich Kolb 

Mrs. Betty Powell Kujawski 

Mr. Scott D. McAdoo 

Mrs. Caroline Cook Minor 

Mr. Robert K. Montague 

Mr. Aron C. Palefslg' 

Mrs. Darlene Baehr Seay 

Mr. Chuck Smith 

Mr. Alan White 

Mr. Richard P. Williams 

Mrs. Alice Hoke Zimmerman 

Class of 1976 

Participation: 18% 

Mrs. Elizabeth Kidder Ambler 

Mr. J. Marc Ball 

Mrs. Elizabeth Gosnell Biggs 

Mr. Philip C. Chamberlain 

Mrs. Sarah Lee Da\is 

Mrs. Barbara Howard Flanigan 

Dr. AnnRita Levis Hader 

Mr. Robert E. Harman, Jr. 

Mr. William M. Hobbs 

Mrs. Betty Jean Hudson 

Mrs. Laura Fantini Johnson 

Capt. Louis A. Johnson 

Ms. Joyce C. Jones 

Mr. Warner L. Kennon, IV 

Mr. J. Teny Markham 

Mr. John E. McKee, III 

Mr. Matthew W. Perry 

Mrs. Deesi Thurston Phillips 

Mr. William A. Rickard 

Mr. Michael B. Sa£&an 

Mr. Michael A. Sanders 

Mr. Bernard van der Lande 

Class of 1977 

Participation: 15% 
Ms. A. Diane Baker 
Mrs. Ann L. Brown 
Dr. Dianne Jones Ford, 

Mrs. Ellen Sills Greene 

Mr. Robert M. Gregory 

Mrs. Vicki Grimes Hardin 

Mr. Keith P. Kronish 

Mr. Thomas P. Lenzer 

Ms. Gail Lynn 

Mr. Gary W. Martin 

Mrs. Ruth McLaughlin Morgan 

Ms. Valerie Newman 

Mrs. Lynne Bilzing Parriott 

Mrs. Susie Edwards Spear 

Mr. Knox R. Wilmer 

Ms. Patricia Beth Wool 

Class of 1978 

Participation: 12% 

Mr. Frank S. Anepohl, Jr. 

Mrs. Ann Sakers Ball 

Mr. John H. Beach, Jr. 

Dr. Karl Burgess 

Mr. Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr. 

Mr. Gregory' S. Fowler 

Mrs. Tina Salzman Fowler 

Mr. Thomas G. Hood 

Dr. Kenneth K. Hutchinson 

Mrs. Debra Losner Kahn 

Dr. Dale M. Kristle 

Ms. Tracey Lathem 

Mrs. Susan Wilson MoUoy 

Mrs. Pamela Richbourg Pruitt 

Mr. Charles H. Simon, Jr. 



Class of 1979 

Participation: 17% 

Mrs. Annette Fry Adamiyatt 

Mrs. Shelby Andrews 

Mr. Michael S. Baliary 

Mr. Robert B. Baker, Jr. 

Mrs. Cathy Ayer Clark 

Mr. James M. Cook, Sr. 

Mrs. Joan Morris Dechovitz 

Ms. Ellen M. Erenbaum 

Mrs. Kathleen Glynn Grupp 

Dr. Philip Morton 

Mrs. Elizabeth Locklin Hrisak 

Mrs. Diana Marcus Lipton 

Dr. Robert H. Pullen, Jr. 

Mr. Brian C. Smith 

Mrs. Carolyn H. Steinhouse 

Mr. James W. Steinhouse 

Ms. Susan T. Turner 

Mrs. Allison Lourie LTllman 

Mrs. Carolyn Constangy Wasser 

Class of 1980 

Participation: 10% 

Ms. E. Harriett Cone 
Mr. C. Michael Eason 
Ms. Betsy D. Johnson 
Mr. R- Phillip Lindennan 
Mr. Christopher J. McFadden 
Mrs. Carlene Rod Oakes 
Mr. Malcolm E. Page 
Mrs. Wilma Lipham Rowe 
Ms. Barbara A. Sanders 
Dr. Marie Sertich Stone 
Mr. Raymond S. Willoch 
Mr. Robert E. Wolfe 
Dr. James W. Ziegler 
Mrs. Lee Burke Z>^\iolek 

Class of 1981 

Participation: 11% 
Ms. Lin Barker 

Mr. Irani DeAraujo 

Mr. Richard C. Johnson 

Mr. Robert M. Kane 

Mr. Gary R. Kleinfield 

Mrs. Patricia Goodwin linderman 

Ms. Ritii J. Llop 

Ms. Sher>'l McCarthy 

Mr. Dennis M. McPeak 

Ms. M. Elaine Minor 

Ms. Robin Jo Perling 

Mrs. Judith Vananzi Rabel 

Mr. Edward A. Rapp 

Ms. Barbara A. Robinson 

Mrs. Maria Cohen Senter 

Mr. Christopher M. Sertich 

Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos 

Class of 1982 

Participation: 10% 

Mrs. Ann Kennon Breslauer 

Ms. Jill Lcsko Burnett 

Ms. Shirley Peterson Davis 

Ms. Terr>' Tribbet Davis 

Mr. John J. Dowd, Jr. 

Mrs. Nancye Rice Glenn 

Ms. Carol Ohl Hudson 

Mr. Richard E. Lindsay 

Mrs. Phyllis Rogers May 

Mrs. Linda TViguero McCormick 

Mr. Charles D. Nicholas 

Ms. Ellen Heckler OHerlihy 

Mr. Robert L. Owen 

Mr. Christopher Raths 

Miss Maureen B. Robinson 

Ms. Debra K. Schreiber 

aassofl983 

Participation: 15% 

Mr. Assaf Hosain Al-Assaf 



Ms. Bambi Ellison Arnold 
Ms. Sandra Lynch Aufderheide 

Mr. Howard J. Barr 

Mr. Al G. Britt 

Dr. Susan Crosby Brown 

Dr. Robert A. Buck 

Mrs. Denise Trosky Buckelew 

Mr. James H. Burk 

Mr. Clancy S. Burrell 

Mrs. Sylvia Smith Caley 

Mr. Bob L. Fesperman 

Mrs. Dianne McClinton Glennie 

Mr. Donald R- Henry 

Mrs. Vickie Moore Irwin 

Mr. Bruce Perry Johnson 

Ms. Susan Marie Johnson 

Ms. Karen Keiser- Jenkins 

Dr. John M. Marshall 

Mrs. Brigitte Mebins-Moggre 

Mrs. Elsie H. Reece 

Mr. Brian C. Sass 

Ms. Theresa Fuerst Sellers 

Ms. Marjorie Elder Vaught 

Mrs. Janet Bamett Weaver 

Class of 1984 

Participation: 14% 

Ms. Susan Harman Alou 

Dr. Jay A. Azriel 

Mrs. Stephanie Staples Babbitt 

Mrs. Sue Goddard Bryant 

Mr. Ricardo C. Car\'alho 

Mrs. Judith Hunt Drobinski 

Ms. Laura Fo^er 

Mr. David M. Gerhardt 

Mr. Kevin M. Goff 

Mrs. Patricia Bourne Goflf 

Mrs. Carolyn Herzog Hellerung 

Mr. Phihp F. Law 

Mr. Steven G. Oliphant 

Mr. Cemal Ahmet Ozgorkey 

Ms. Sharon Lauretta Riley 

Mrs. Cynthia Larbig Rowe 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Rulison 

Dr. Lisa J. Street 

Mrs. Kim Sapecky Swix 

Mrs. Sheryl C. Tomberhn 

Mrs. Ann Lenzer Wodraska 

Class of 1985 

Participation: 15% 

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 

Ms. MariKii L. Ha_\s 

Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry 

Ms. Julie L. Marlowe 

Mr. Benjamin J. Mays 

Mr. Gregor\' Quintard Meyer 

Mr. Paul B. Miller 

Mr. James W. Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Howard E. O'Connell 

Mrs. Robin Rose-Samuels 

Ms. Caroline Brooks Seay 

Mr. Jonathan D. Spanier 

Mrs. Anita Gegan Willoughby 

Mr. John B. Zellars, Jr. 

aassofl986 

Participation: 14% 

Mrs. Catherine Castagna Abood 

Mrs. Barbara Martin Adair 

Mrs. Maritta M. Bush 

Dr. L. Casey Chosewood 

Ms. Margaret E. Cole 

Mr. Christopher P. B. Erckert 

Mrs. Jessica Bagley Gordon 



Mr. George M. Hall 
Mrs. Roxie P. Hall 
Ms. Georgia Russell Hembree 
Mrs. Stacey Bronstein Levin 
Dr. Raymond H. Lucas 
Mrs. Ikmara Chafi&n Lynde 
Ms. Margaret A. McGinness 
Ms. Amy Young Newson 
Ms. Ann M. O'Neal 
Ms. S. Tkmmy Pearson 
Ms. Harriet Rogers Powell 
Mr. Douglas S. Schmitt 
Mrs. Darci Becker Schriber 
Mrs. Muriel Rotkewicz Schurke 
Mrs. Laura T\imer Seydel 
Mrs. Stacy McDonald Soloway 
Ms. Hope Waldman Targoff 
Mrs. Diane Dubay Walker 
Ms. Deborah Walter 

aass of 1987 

Participation: 13% 

Ms. Helen E. Bourne 
Mrs. Elizabeth Bridgers 
Dr. James Patrick Capes 
Mr. Dean Thomas DeCencio 
Mrs. Cynthia Bjmmark Dubay 
Mr. Eric J. Garvey 
Ms. Michele Anne Guy 
Mrs. Mary M. Hamacher 
Ms. Anne Hammond 
Mr. Richard A. Hans 
Mrs. Penni Reid Holt 
Dr. Mark A. Knautz 
Mrs. Carol Lanier Lamer 
Mr. Antonio V. Lentini 
Mrs. Helen Maddox Menefee 
Mrs. B. Michon Hall Mitchell 
Ms. Cecilia Mar>- MulHngs 
Dr. William E. Porter 
Mr. Lawxence H. Rollins 
Mrs. Julie Quickmire Schmitt 
Dr. Bret K. Sleight 
Mr. W. Scott Soloway 
Ms. Laura Diane TYittin 
Ms. Ann E. Zafiroulis 

Class of 1988 

Participation: 14% 

Mr. A. Scott Allen 

Mrs. Gonca Gursoy-Artunkal 

Mr. Brad A. Baldwin 

Mrs. Deda Walker Band 

Mrs. Juliet Wang Beiko 

Mr. Brent Andrew Bishop 

LL Col. Richard A. Briggs 

Mr. WiUiam M. Clifton 

Mr. Richard R. Ford 

Mrs. Chans Andrews Hanberry 

Mr. D. Dwayne Hanberry 

Ms. Kim Louise Laurel 

Mrs. Kathleen McDermott Kraynick 

Ms. Tammy Marie Locklear 

Ms. Dolores Mason-Gaddy 

Mrs. Stacy Leigh Robinson 

Mrs. C>Tithia Crawford Rollins 

Mr. K Alan Royalty 

Mr. Robert J. Swanson, Jr. 

Mr. Michael K, Szalkowski 

Mrs. Christine Graf "R^art 

Mrs. Kimberly Rouleau TVuett 

Mr. T. Charles Thiett, Jr. 

Mrs. Michelle Pa\'ne Whitlow 

Class of 1989 

Participation: 11% 

Mrs. B^athleen Moran Brink 

Ms. Ann R. Brown 

Mrs. Victoria Stevens Chapman 
Mrs. Timika Swain Emerson 
Mrs. Carol Morgan Flammer 



42 t OGLETHORPE UNIVERSITY 



Mr. Harry R. Frazer 

Mr. Scott T.Haight 

Mr. Kurt A. Hansen 

Mr. Jonathan W. Johnson 

Mr. Ronald L. Kraynick 

Mrs. Kathy Bedell Mayo 

Mr. Jonathan F. Reilly 

Mrs. Wendy Pearson Robertson 

Mr. Clifford T. Robinson 

Mr. Thomas J. Sheridan 

Mr. Matthew P. Stien 

Mrs. Karen Barrow Swenson 

Mrs. Stephanie E. Szalkowski 

Mr. KeWn D. Walmsley 

Mrs. Patricia S. Zafiuto 

Class of 1990 

Participation: 13% 

Mrs. Beth Morrison Anderson 

Mrs. Leeanne Axle}- Clark 

Ms. Beth Eckard Concepdon 

Dr. Ava Marie Salerno Conlin 

Ms. Leslie Adams Dove 

Ms. Jennifer DuBose 

Ms. Lisa Chkoreff Duncan 

Mrs. Susan Bums Dyar. MD 

Mr. William M. Flammer 

Mrs. Lisa Alford Freschi 

Ms. G. Merrill Griffis Gibson 

Dr. Robert M. Grant 

Ms. Marion C. Haines 

Mrs. Nicole Caucci Hall 

Mr. Thad E. Hall 

Mrs. Michelle Rosen Haney 

Mrs. Julie Wackerman Hanraban 

Mrs. Brenda Smith Hayden 

Mrs. Judith Chapman Kane 

Ms. A. Joann McDowell 

Mrs. Catherine M. Pittman 

Dr. Wendy Kurant Rollins 

Mrs. CathrjTi Torrisi 

Mr. William P. Williams 

Mr. John Wuichet 

aassofl991 

Participation: 13% 

Mrs. Joselyn Butler Baiter 

Mrs. Terri Benford-Oneil 

Mrs. Kristin Reeder Boan 

Ms. Wendy Smith Boul 

Mrs. Lisa DiNapoli Broderick 

Mr. Henry J. Broitman 

Dr. D. DeWa>Tie Clark 

Ms. Ember Uziel Constantin 

Mrs. Rebecca Marasia Corder 

Ms. Wendy E. Drake 

Mrs. Lisa F. Gallagher 

Mrs. Rachel Williams Grimes 

Mr. B. Shane Haney 

Mrs. Amy Bj^ett Hansen 

Mr. Karl A. Hansen 

Mrs. Doreen Hart Hill 

Mr. RaN-mond J. Koschak 

Mrs. Rebecca White Leavell 

Mrs. Jennifer Broadbent-Marine 

Mr. Scott M. McKelvey 

Mr. Jon L. Perry 

Dr. Robert A. Sellards 

Mrs. Andrea Spencer Sbelton 

Mr. Joseph P. Shelton 

Ms. Caitlin Way 

Mrs. Elizabeth G. Wilson 

Qass of 1992 

Participation: 10% 

Mr. Robert F. Canavan 
Ms. Bonnie E. Cohen 
Ms. Ann Marie Crochet 
Mr. Rodn^ S. Drinkard 
Ms. Wendy D. Goldberg 
Mr. C. Patrick Gray 
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Henry 



Mr. B. Shane Hombuckle 
Ms. Natalie Gwen Knowles 
Mrs. Mar>' Johnson-Smith Kylin 
Mr. Charles K Moore 
Mr. Kevin C. Rapier 
Mr. William L. Ray 
Mrs. Phyllis L. Sitek 
Capt. Valerie Woods Spence 
Mrs. Christine R. Strong 
Ms. Margaret Summerour 
Mrs. LvTida S. Tatum 
Ms. Nicole M. Thibadeau 
Ms. June M. Tompkins 
Mr. Jeffrey C. Whitehead 
Mrs. Angela Watson Williams 
Mr. Edward E. Zarecor 

Class of 1993 

Participation: 13% 
Mr. Kent L. Bailey 
Mrs. Amy Thicker Ballar 
Mr. Christopher A. Ballar 

Ms. M\Ta Sack Perdue 

Mrs. Heather Keehn Bolton 

Mr. Myers E. Brown 

Mrs. Leah Bell Crosby 

Ms. Tracy L. Frey 

Mrs. Donna Gainer 

Mrs. Alexandra Kay Gray 

Ms. Amy Beth Grossman 

Mr. Michael Hanson 

Dr. J. Clark Hill 

Mr. Glenn Holleman 

Mrs. Elizabeth V. Hombuckle 

Mrs. Kimberly A. Lohoar 

Mrs. Gail L\Tin Louton 

Mr. J. Kevin Meaders 

Ms. Edna Clark Radford 

Mr. David M. Ross 

Mrs. Gail Robertson Serauskas 

Mr. Matthew S. Thompson 

Mr. Joseph E. Tomberlin 

Mrs. Kristina Randall Tomberlin 

Mr. Mark L. TUbesing 

Ms. Elizabeth D. Watts 

Mrs. Sharon Maria WiUiams 

aassofl994 

Participation: 13% 

Mr. William W. Bolton 

Mr. Nathan E. Briesemeister 

Mrs. Meredith Mabr>' Cantrell 

Dr. Mark A Caprio 

Dr. Michael J. Gaxton 

Mr. Brian A Davis 

Mrs. Roberta H. Davis 

Mrs. Amy Zickus Estes 

Ms. Pang Cha Yim 

Mrs. Kristine Suber Hanchar 

Dr. Jill Reiss Harper 

Mrs. Heather E. Homor 

Ms. Loretta D. Hunt 

Ms. Carol A. Jones 

Mrs. Michelle Ponte Miller 

Mrs. Joan M. Raiford 

Mr. Julian P. Robichaux 

Mr. Matthew S. Shepherd 

Mr. Jason M. Slaton 

Mr. David J. Stevens 

Dr. Elizabeth R. Taghechian 

Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Weismaim 

Mrs. Rebecca Greene Weissinger 

Mr. Mark A- WiUiams 

Ms. Lori Zboran 

Ms. Elizabeth Anne Zelley 

Class of 1995 

Participation: 10% 
Mrs. Jamie Walker Ball 
Dr. Brooke N. Boujdelat-Parks 
Ms. Maria J. Bright 

Mrs. Jennifer Carroll Hemphill 



Mr. Adam M. Corder 

Ms. Ann Mason 
Mr. Alan J. Gibson 
Mrs. Teri Butler Gibson 

Mr. William T. Girton 

Mr. Thair Patrick Hanaway 

Mrs. Susan Poston Hansen 

Mr. William T. Hewes 

Mrs. Christy Hall Keohane 

Mrs. Kathryn Engler Klein 

Mrs. Lu Green LeRoy 

Mr. William E. Lukow 

Mr. Robert N. Lyons 

Ms. Jeanette B. Martin 

Ms. Lisa Ann Rock 

Mrs. Brenda Jericevich Roger 

Mr. Andrew David Schutt 

Mrs. Kirsten Schutt 

Mr. John P. Stephens 

Mr. Morris L. TXibesing 

Mr. Matthew Jason Weiner 

Class of 1996 

Participation: 8% 

Dr. Amy Langham Canavan 

Ms. Heather A. Clark 

Ms. Cristine Deaver 

Mrs. Caroline \%ison Dennis 

Mr. Charles G. DeNormandie, III 

Mrs. Claire M. Dionne 

Mr. Jim H. Faasse 

Mrs. Elizabeth R. Healy 

Mrs. Barbara B. Hutchinson 

Mrs. Joan Ireland 

Ms. Anna Johnston lulianelli 

Mr. Joseph M. Kidd 

Mr. Dennis W Kiernan 

Ms. Katherine Schindler Michalak 

Mr. Jeffrey S. Pearlman 

Mrs. Jennifer Pekosz 

Mrs. Colleen Ramse\- 

Ms. Trishanda TVeadwell, Esq. 

Ms. Jennifer B. Tre\isan 



Class of 1997 

Participation: 10% 

Mr. John Breton, III 

Mrs. Yuriko Cobia 

Mr. Gregory L. Daspit 

Mr. Martin Clay Davis 

Mrs. Kimberley D. Diffey 

Ms. Rebecca Ellis 

Ms. Sarah Allison Gatlifi" 

Mrs. Jennifer Ovdenk Haley 

Ms. Laura Williams Hawkins 

Dr. Maria Elizabeth Johnson 

Mrs. Miki Williamson Johnson 

Mr. Michael D. Kelly 

Mr. Da\id M. Leach 

Mrs. Stephanie Chaby Lyons 

Ms. Dawn Brookman McCullar 

Mrs. Rebecca Hester Miller 

Mrs. Anita Patterson 

Mr.JeffPyron 

Mr. Ryan P. Queen 

Mr. Matthew S. Reeves 

Mr. Timothy Randall Roberson 

Ms. Angela Satterfield 

Mr. D. Brandon Smith 

Ms. Leonor Soriano 

Mrs. Kelly Holland Vrtis 

Class of 1998 

Participation: 14% 

Ms. Deborah Arrieta-Merker 
Mrs. Valerie Holshouser Barske 
Mr. Todd David Bembr)- 
Ms. Kathryn S. Brooks 
Mr. Matthew G. Bullard 
Mrs. Diane WiUiams Dalbo 
Mrs. Elizabeth Parra Dang 
Mrs. Angela Bartlett Daspit 
The Reverend Julie Ehlers-King 
Mr. Matthew I.D. Flinn 
Mrs. Shannon Hutcheson Freeman 
Mr. Claude Spencer Godfrey, Jr . 
Mr. Benjamin J. Hanes 




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Livia BaJaban '12 from Dacula, Ga. 

Dr. Karen Head 

Mrs. Jennifer Hedgepeth Hull 

Ms. Helen L. Johnson 

Mr. Russell Lind 

Mr. Michael T. Mahoney 

Ms. Janice McNeaJ 

Ms. Jaime J. Melton 

Mr. David Menoni 

Dr Lewis M. Miller. Ill 

Mrs. Creche Kem Navarro 

Mr. Jorge Navarro 

Mr. David Reynolds Pass 

Mr Adam L. Polakov 

Mr. Robert L. Rawson 

Mrs. Christina Bumham Rissler 

Dr. James D. Rissler 

Ms. Kim Phillips Sasso 

Mr. Nathan Sparks 

Class of 1999 

Participation: 11% 

Mrs. Danielle Stellin Benner 

Mrs. Heidi M. Blackwell 

Mrs. Amy Katz Bonn 

Ms. Andrea Hope Breen 

Mr. Brett Cave 

Mrs. Catherine Dunham 

Mrs. Jessica M. Dusang 

Mr. Michael D. Dusang 

Mr. Brian E. Findley 

Mrs. Susan C. Findley 

Mr. Anthony N. Freeman 

Mr. Jeremy J. Greenup 

Ms. Hannah B. Grisar 

Mr. Kurt Hirshman 

Mrs. Catherine Borck Horsefield 

Mr. Jeremy D. Horsefield 

Mr. Matt Hutz 

Mrs. Shannon M. Lambert 

Ms. Jeanee Marie Ledoux 

Ms. Robyn Lucas 

Ms. Lathonia D. Maloy 

Mr. Robert A. Milford 

Mrs. Dina Molaison 

Ms. Chantal Montagnet 

Mr. Jerry Portwood 

Dr. Amanda L. Regnier 

Mr. Edward G. Riemenschneider 

Mr. Ashish N. Thakur 

Mrs. Jeanie Flohr TYeadaway 

Mr. Matthew White 

Mr. James J. Williams 

Ms. Kristine V. G. Williams 

Mr. Tolliver Williams 



Class of 2000 

Participation: 8% 

Ms. Jeanette M. Bellamy 

Mrs. Catherine T. Bums 

Mrs. Stacey A. Da\is Ryerson 

Ms. Heather Cordeiro DeGrave 

Mr. Chad A. Donaghue 

Mr. James S. Fisher, II 

The Reverend Mandy Sloan Flamming 

Mrs. Amy Myers Flinn 

Mr. Josh W. Funderburke 

Dr. Nicole Garbarini 

Ms. Misty N. Hood 

Ms. Ann Hsu 

Mr. Clayton B. Johnson 

Ms. Molly S. Lewis 

Ms. Katherine L. Lindley 

Ms. Jane C. Lu 

Mr. Vincent A. Pisani 

Mr. Blake Stabler 

Class of 2001 

Participation: 8% 

Ms. Penelope J. Anderson 

Ms. Sheela Awuah-Fosu 

Mr. Christopher V. Benner 

Mr. Galen M. Brownley 

Ms. Laurette W. Cadres 

Mrs. Ann Stiner Cave 

Mr. Michael W. Eis 

Mr. Christopher Y. Fort 

Mr. Donald Austin Gillis 

Ms. Jodie Sexton Go£F 

Mrs. Ashley Zimmerman Hamilton 

Ms. Tracey E. Herzer 

Mr. J. Cleve Hill 

The Reverend Jessica Hitchcock 

Mr. Christopher S. Jackson 

Ms. Sara Haviland Jackson 

Ms. Mona Jain 

Mr. Br>'an B. Kenna 

Ms. Angel P. Mallard 

Mr. Matthew R. Merker 

Mr. Lance W. Ozier 

Ms. Harsinie W. Panditarante 

Ms. Maril>Ti Ramick-Palmer 

Ms. Kirsten M. Pull 

Mr. Chris Rylands 

Mr. Harry L. Schroeder 

Class of 2002 

Participation: 11% 

Ms. Catherine M. Andersen 

Ms. Rebecca Humble Bragg 

Mr. Christopher C. Brantley 

Mrs. Anna Elizabeth Breton 



Mrs. Shahina S. Butler 

Ms. Melissa A. Conrad 

Ms. Jessie L. Copeland 

Mr. Andrew R. Crosby 

Ms. Melissa Kostelansky Eis 

Mrs. Robin Elms 

Mrs. Rhiannon N. Fink 

Ms. Pauhne J. Gardner 

Mrs. Melissa L. Hawthorne 

Mrs. Amanda Hajavard- Giles 

Dr. Veronica M. Holmes 

Ms. Elizabeth P. Kennedy 

Ms. Ka\' Esch Mason 

Ms. Jennifer McCormick 

Ms. Jacqueline E. McSparron 

Ms. Karen Elizabeth Mellott 

Ms. SaUie Kaltreider Namey 

Mr. Thomas A. Namey 

Mr. Jeffrey R. Poole 

Mrs. Mina Stoeva Porell 

Mrs. Vera V. Redwine 

Ms. Katherine M. Russell 

Ms. Karen Anthony Schnick 

Mr. James CO. Shropshire 

Ms. Kate Shropshire 

Ms. Heather Lynn Staniszewski 

Mrs. Kathn-Ti M. Winland 

Mrs. Mary Carol WoUenhaupt 

Class of 2003 

Participation: 8% 

Mr. William Crime 

Mr. Brad Day 

Mr. Mark W. DeLong 

Ms. Anna A. George 

Mr. Stanley M. Goldberg 

Mr. Jeremy D. Gray 

Mrs. Kelley Bowden Gray 

Dr. Melissa E. Jordan 

Ms. Deborah M. Lange 

Ms. Cher>l D. Lea 

Mr. Robin Lohfert 

Ms. Margaret Mavwell 

Mr. William Thayer Mullally 

Mr. Christopher A. Simser 

Mr. Christopher R. Summers 

Mrs. Kimberly Va\ Summers 

Mr. Wesley D. Wade 

Mr. Benjamin S. Watson 

Ms. Jaime Wojdowski 

Mr. James A. Wood, Jr. 

Class of 2004 

Participation: 7% 
Mr. D. Marshall Boggess 
Ms. Sara Bryant 
Ms. Leigh M. Cooper 
Mrs. Suzanne E. Dorough 
Mrs. September Holstad 
Mr. Brent R. Jones 
Ms. Darshun Kendrick 
Ms. Juanita Kendricks 
Ms. Jean Leach 
Ms. Grace J. Ledfors 
Ms. Kelly Matysik 
Mr. Sanjay P. Padole 
Ms. Stephanie Scott 
Mr. Earle A. Semple 
Mr. Bryan D. Simmons 
Class of 2005 
Participation: 5% 
Ms. Susan L. Abrams 
Ms. Martene Monet Bell 
Ms. Laurie Berger 
Mr. Jonathan Bookspim 
Mr. Michael J. Lyons 
Mr. Daniel P. McGuinn 
Ms. Sherion Moon 
Ms. Rebekah D. Schiller 
Mrs. Kelly Siragusa 



Ms. Casey K. Wallace 
Mr. Alan Zwicker 

aassof2006 

Participation: 7% 

Ms. Michelle N. Beeken 

Ms. Jillian D. Crawford 

Ms. Jessica R. Griffin 

Mrs. Stacie T. Hanson 

Mr. James Hill 

Ms. Annemarie Ippolito 

Mr. Bisell H. McWilliams, HI 

Mr. Piercen Oliver 

Mrs. Brittany Bennett Parris 

Ms. Susan C. Richards 

Ms. Leah L. Sanders 

Mrs. Abigail K. Whitlock 

Mr. Brett R. Wise 

Class of 2007 

Participation: 5% 

Ms. Anne M. Baiter 

Mr. Nathan W. Blong 

Mrs. Amy E. Butler-Zapatka 

Mrs. Anne A. Casey 

Ms. Amelia M. Copp 

Mr. Luis A. Davila 

Mr. Joseph D. Damour 

Ms. Barbara A. Deberdt 

Mr. Timothy J. Ernst 

Ms. Nancy L. Harper 

Mr. Alex Johnson 

Ms. Beatrice W. Kibera 

Ms. Kathleen C. Pedro 

Ms. Rachel L. Renz 

Mr. Jonathan L. Weininger 

Class of 2008 

Participation: 11% 

Mr. Grayson K. Briggs 
Mr. Matthew J. Brisendine 
Miss Laura A. Callender 
Mr. Brian B. Chimiklis 
Ms. Linda B. Creecy 
Ms. Tiff'any R. Desrosiers 
Ms. Jennifer S. Fisher 
Ms. Stephanie M. Gill 
Ms. Carol E. Herson 
Ms. Sandhya Joshi 
Ms. Kelly D. Korell 
Ms. Deborah B. Love 
Ms. Nancy Mandl 
Ms. Jeffanne E. Millien 
Ms. Martha A. Nodar 
Ms. liana W.Olin 
Ms. Mayonn C. Paasewe 
Mr. Zack R. Parris 
Mr. Jorge O. Pinto 
Ms. Jennifer B. Ross 
Ms. Lauren M. Schaffer 
Mrs. Cindy Sloan 
Mr. Steven F. Sorci 
Mr. Matthew R. Suggett 
Mr. Taylor A. LTrbanski 

Class of 2009 

Participation: 15% 
Mr. Adam H. Bailey 
Ms. Laura D. Braddick 
Ms. Hannah E. Brooks 
Mr. Daniel S. Brown 
Mrs. Mary D. Crosby 
Ms. Sara A. Cross 
Ms. Jessica L. Daniel 
Ms. Rozaan J. Daniel 
Ms. Anna E. Findley 
Mr. Eric C. Fladland 
Ms. Kristina A. Grace 
Ms. Chelsia C. Green 
Ms. Marian E. James 
Ms. Katie E. Kulavic 
Ms. Stephanie C. Laubscher 



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Mr. Curtis E. Mc Leod 
Ms. Meagan M. Meekin 
Ms. Ember L. Melcher 
Mr. Cliff C.Moore 
Mr. Jose E. Navarro, Jr. 
Ms. Kayla B. Pulley 
Ms. Elizabeth M. Richmann 
Ms. Chelcie J. Rowell 
Mr. Trevor M. Sheffield 
Ms. Devon M. Simons 
Mr. Udara Y. Soysa 
Ms. Julie M. Vaughan 
Mr. Michael D. Willis 
Mr. Gonzalo Yahuitl 

* Deceased 

Bold text indicates five or more 

consecutive years of giving 



PARENTS 

Many thanks to the following parents 
ofcuirent students and alumni who 
contributed to Oglethorpe University 
between July I, 2008 and June 30, 
2009- We recognize their gifts to the 
Oglethorpe Fund, Oglethorpe Museum 
of Art, Oglethoipe Athletic Department 
and other' special funds. The entire OU 
community thanks these donors for their 
generosity and support. 

AnomTHous 

Mr. J. Frederick Agel, Sr. '52 and 
Mrs. Catherine Agel 

Ms. Joan Allen 

Mr. Roy Allison 

Mrs. Margaretha G. Anderson 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Arola 

Mrs. Yetty Levenson Arp '68 and 

Dr. Charles R- Arp 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Azevedo 
Mr. and Mrs. Charbel Baaklini 
Mrs. Gladys Bahar\' 
Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Bailey 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen H. Balch 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Baldwin 
Mr. and Mrs. William Barwick 
Mr. Charles W. Bastedo 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beall 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bein 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Bell 
Mr. and Mrs. Blair N. Belton 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Benoit 
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Bernhardt 
Mr. and Mrs. Ira P. Bernstein 
Dr. and Mrs. W. Devere Bond 
Mr. and Mrs. John Boolukos 
Ms. Man,' K. Boone 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Bowen 
Mrs. Carol Bowling 
Mr. and Mrs. Gar>' Braddick 
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Bready 
Ms. Janis H. Brennan 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Breuer 
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Brisendine 
Mr. Al G. Britt "83 
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown 
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bryson 
Mr. and Mrs. David Bucey 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckley, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Burt 
Mr. and Mrs. James Cady 
Mr. Robert Cairns 
Don and Sammie Calder 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cantwell, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Beauchamp C. Carr 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter 

Drs. Danko and Jadranka Cerenko 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Ceto 

Ms. Susan Channer 

Mr. and Mrs. Bob Chelemer 

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Chiinka 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Clauson 

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cobbaert 

Mr. Cohen and Ms. Neustadt 

Mr. Peter Coon 

Mr. and Mrs. John Corbett 

Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Corum 

Ms. Cindy Couture 

Mr. and Mrs. George F. Cross 

Mr. and Mrs. Danny L. Gruff 

Mrs. Reese E. Currie 

Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Curtis 

Mrs. Diane ^^^lUams Dalbo '98 and 

Mr. David Dalbo 
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd E Daniell 
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh M. Davenport 
Ms. Beverly Da\is 
Ms. Kathy A. Da\is 
Mr. and Mrs. Render S. Davis 
Mr. Tony de Give 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank De Maria 
Mr. Neal G. Delmonico 
Mrs. Mona Tekin Diamond 
Ms. Toby Director 
Mr. Earl Dolive 
Dr. D. Peter Drotman and 

Ms. Carolyn N. Arakaki 
Mr. Talmage L. Dr>inan 
Mrs. Murlene L. Dubay 
Ms. Linnett Ebanks 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Ellington 
Mr. and Mrs. William Ellington 
Mr. and Mrs. Wilham A. Emerson 
Mr. William J. Evans 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Findley, III 
Dr. and Mrs. Roderick Finlayson 
Mrs. Ligia C. Florim 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Folger 
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Fowler 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Friant 
Ms. Kathy Fulton 
Ms. Karen Gilbert 
Ms. Maria I. Gill 
Mr. and Mrs. Ira F. Goldman 
Ms. Kathy Gordo 
Mr. James R. Gordon 
Mr. and Mrs. Owen Goudelocke 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grad 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Louis Graner 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greenwell 
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Grisar 
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Gura 
Mr. and Mrs. William R, Gussman 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Haight 
Mr. George M. Hall 76 and 

Mrs. Roxie R Hall '86 
Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Hans 
Dr. and Mrs. Bannester L. Harbin 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Hardy 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison 
Mr. and Mrs. William Harter 
Mr. James V. Hartlage, Jr. '65 and 

Mrs. Jacqueline Cook Hartlj^e '65 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Haviland 
Mr. Howard L. Hecht 
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Helmbold 
Mr. and Mrs. Da\id F. Heluig 
Mr. Greg Henderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W Hicks 
Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Higgins 
Mrs. Glad>'s B. Hirsch 
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hitchcock 
Dr. Philip Horton '79 and 

Dr. Lynn Tyson 



Ms. Jean Pr}'or Hughes '64 
Mr. and Mrs. M>Ton Jabs 
Mr. and Mrs. George Jefcoat 
Ms. Pegg}' Jeffra 
Mrs. Stephanie John-Baptiste 
Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Johns 
Mrs. Carol C. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Willie K Johnson 
Mr. Robert S. Jones, Sr '69 
Mrs. Susan Goodchild Jordan '66 

MAT '73 and Mr. Harold Jordan 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Joseph 
Drs. Karl Jost and Lori Schmied 
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Karnes 
Dr. and Mrs. Jim Kasperbauer 
Mr. and Mrs. Judd A. Katz 
Mr. and Mrs. David Kaviae 
Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Kee 
Mr. and Mrs. Shane Kennedy 
Mr. and Mrs. James King 
Mr. and Mrs. David Knope 
Mr. and Mrs. Jefferv' Korotkin 
Mr. Wayne Kramer 
Dr. and Mrs. Ken Kress 
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Krueger 
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lane, III 
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Langer 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Smith Lanier, II 
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lanier 
Ms. Cathy Lee 

Mr. and Mrs. David Leonard 
Ms. Lisa Lewis 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Lindley 
Mr. Donald Livingston 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Lofholm 
Mr. Louis T. Lombardy '69 
Ms. Maureen C. Lovett 
Mr. and Mrs. Fu-Tai Lu 
Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lykens 
Mrs. Tamara Chaffin Lynde '86 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Maddox 
Mr. and Mrs. John P. Maguire 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mahany 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Marshall 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mazzarino 
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie McAlister 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McAllister 
Mr. Neil Gray McBride 
Mr. and Mrs. John McCart 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. McKee, Jr. 
Ms. Kathleen R. Mills 
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Milstead 
Ms. Cora Moore 
Dr. and Mrs. John G. Moore 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Morrow 
Mr. Kenneth Morscheiser 
Mr. Jorge Navarro *98 and 

Mrs. Creche Kem Navarro '98 
Mr. John G. Odell 
Mr. and Mrs. Grigorj' Ozeryanskj' 
Ms. Karen C. Page 
Ms. Keiko Palmer 
Mr. and Mrs. Tarulata V. Patel 
Mrs. Joan Fisher Percival "64 
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Peterson 
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Phillips 
Mr. and Mrs. John Pilger 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Pisanl 
Ms. Christine Polyak 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pound 
Mr. and Mrs. James R, Pyron 
Mrs. Judith Vananzi Rabel '81 
Mr. and Mrs. Waymond Ray 
Mr. Wilbur E. Reid 
Mr. Thomas L. ReilK' "67 
Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Richev 



Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rigdon 
Mr. and Mrs. John Riley 
Ms. Barbara A. Robinson "81 
Mrs. Jackie Perdue Rodriguez "71 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Rogers 
Mr. Leon Rosendahl 
Dr. and Mrs. Wilham T. Ross 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Rossman 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Ryba 
Mr. John A. Ryland 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sabsowitz 
Mr. and Mrs. William Sadler 
Mr. Bud Salamone and 

Ms. Sharon DiMarco 
Mr. and Mrs. Scott Sarisky 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schewe 
Mr. and Mrs. Brian SchifF 
Mrs. Shirley Heisler Schiltz 
Mr. and Mrs. William Schneider 
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schweitzer 
Mr. Larry C. Shattles '67 
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sheffield 
Dr. David Shreve 
Mr. Ralph Dean Sims 
Mr. and Mrs. David Earl Smith 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Smith 
Mr. Duane D. Stanford. Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stupple 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Suddes 
Mr. David Terrell 
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Terry 
Mr. and Mrs. S. Scott Thompson 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Tomberlin 
Drs. Pedro and Corletta Trejo 
Mr. and Mrs. George Th)ficanto 
Mr. Morris L. Tbbesing '95 and 

Mrs. Pamela G. IXibesing 
Mr. and Mrs. Zia Usmani 
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lee Vaughan 
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Von Gal, Sr. 
Ms. Katherine Waite 
Mr. Reid W. Walker 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker 
Mr. and Mrs. James Wallace 
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wallace 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Walls 
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny 1. Watkins 
Mr. and Mrs. Shane Watkins 
Mr. Webb and Ms. Anderson 
Mrs. Bett>^ U. Weiland 
Mr. and Mrs. James S. Weldon 
Mrs. Tracey Weller 
Mr. and Mrs. Harr>' J. West 
Dr. and Mrs. Morgan N. Whaley 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. John T. Williams 
Mr. and Mrs. John Winecker 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Wingo 
Mr. and Mrs. WiUiam Wise 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wojdowski 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wrigley 
Dr. Michael W. Yarbrough '72 
Mr. and Mrs. Farris F. Yates 
Mrs. Patricia S. Zaffuto '89 
Mr. and Mrs. Angel Zayas 
Mr. and Mrs. Blaise Ziemian 
Mr. and Mrs. Herb Zwicker 



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HONOR AND 

MEMORIAL 

GIFTS 

The following contributioTis were given 
to honor and memorialize mernbers of 
the Oglethorpe University community. 

GIFTS IN HONOR 

Naines listed in italics represent the 
honorees. 

Dr. Martin Abbott 

Mrs. Nancy Tarrant Calhoun '60 MA '75 

Mary and Marshall Asher 

Mr. John Meacham, Jr. '42 MA '43 

Dr. Keith H. Aufderheide 
Mr. and Mrs. James K Pyron 

Mr. Adam Baaklini 

Mr. and Mrs. Charbel Baaklini 

Professor Keith E. Baker 
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bumham 
Mr. Jonathan W. Johnson '89 
Mr. Michael K. Szalkowski '88 and 
Mrs. Stephanie E. Szalkowski '89 

Mr. Stephen Bastedo's 31 years of service 
with The Coca-Cola Company 
Ms. Mar>' K. Semmelmayer 

Wendell Brown and Mrs. Agnew, former 
faculty 
Ms. Cher}'l Davis '67 

Ms. Sarah M. Bucey '09 
Mr. and Mrs. David Bucey 

Chi Phi Fraternity 
Mr. Keith P. Kronish "77 

Class of 1959 

Mr. Bill W. Carter '59 

Mrs. Carolyn Morris Frazier ^5Q 

Class of 1974 
Pollack, Ten Ellen 

Dr. Kathy Coevs 

Mrs. Mary Johnson-Smith Kylin "92 

Mrs. Mary Crosby 
Mrs. Kelei Sabatino 

Mr John C. Day, Jr '64 
Mr. Charles L. White '63 

Development and Alumni Relations 
Mrs. Shahina S. Butler '02 

Chris Y. Fort '01 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Morrow 

Georgia Shakespeare 
Mr. Thomas Davis and 
Ms. Maureen Zent 

Rob and Beth Gibbs 

Mrs. Brenda Hamlin Gibbs '70 

Graduate Education 

Mrs. Susan Goodchild Jordan '66 MAT 

"73 and Mr. Harold Jordan 



Mr. Scott T. Haight '89 and 

Mr. Jim Hackney 
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Haight 

Mr. Robert H. Hamrick, Jr. '67 on the 
42nd Anniversary of his graduation 
Mr. Edward P. Siskin '70 

Mr. HaraldR. Hansen 
Mr. William S. Peebles. IV 

Mr. Ethan Hardy 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Hardy 

Mr. Morris Herzberg 
Dr. D. Peter Drotman and 
Ms. Carolyn N. Arakaki 

Dr. Bruce Hetherington 
Mr. Kenneth J. Phelps 

Mr. Charles F. Mines 

Mrs. LvTida Papini Hines "64 MAT '92 

Mr. William K. Hobbs 
Mr. William M. Hobbs '76 

Ms. Reginita M. Howell 
Mr. Ronald W. Rogers 

Mr. Steve Kennedy 
Mr. Raymond S. Willoch '80 and 
Mrs. Florrie Willoch 

Dr J. Brien Key 
Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 and 
Mrs. Carol Lawhom Watson '69 

Ms. Samantha Korotkin 

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Korotkin 

LucyLeusch, Tamara Nash, Peter 
Rooney and Barb Henry 
Mrs. Nancy T. Beane 

Mr. Matthew J. Lewis '09 
Ms. Lisa Lewis 

Ms. Katherine Lindley '00 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Lindley 

Mr. Alan Loehle 

Mr. Vincent A. Pisani '00 

Ms. Sarah C. Lykens '07 

Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Lykens 

Mr. Elgin MacConnell 
Mr. Joseph J. Strenk, Jr. '68 

Ms. Jan Collins Maher '69 
Dr. Paula Haver Chambers '69 

Dr. Nicholas Maher 
Mr. Piercen Oliver '06 

Ms. Janice McNeal '98 
Mrs. Mary D. Crosby 

Mr John Mitchell 

The Agape Sunday School Class of 

Peachtree Presbyterian Church 

Mr Charles B. ONeal 
Ms. Ann M. O'Neal '86 

Dr. Manning M. Pattillo 
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Mays 



Mrs. Mary Katherine Hanison 

Pazdemik '03 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison 

Dr. Theodore M. Pryor 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Bell 
Ms. Martene Monet Bell '05 

Dr. Irmin Ray 

Ms. Jaime J. Melton '98 

Dr. Irwin Ray and the University Singers 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mazzarino 

Mrs. Angie Baldwin Roda '01 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Baldwin 

Mr. Peter A. Rooney 
Mrs. Mary D. Crosby 

Coach Sattele's 100th Win 
Mr. Scott T. Haight '89 

Dr. Larry Schall 

Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. Knapp 

Ms. Melissa Schiltz 

Mrs. Shirley Heisler Schiltz 

Dr. William O. Sh ropshire 
Ms. Kate Shropshire '02 

Dr. W. Bradford Smith 
Ms. Misty N. Hood '00 
Mr. Piercen Oliver '06 

OU Soccer Team 

Mr. Henr>' J. Broitman '91 

Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 

Mr. and Mrs. David Golden 

Ms. Heather Staniszewski '02 
Ms. Karen Ehzabeth Mellott '02 

Stormy Petrel Club 
Mr. Wilham B. Christian '59 and 
Mrs. Barbara James Christian '62 

Mr. Michael K. Szalkowski '88 and 
Mrs. Stephanie E. Szalkowski '89 
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Bumham 

Mr. Timothy P. Tassopoulos '81 
Dr. and Mrs. S. Truett Cathy 

Dr. David N. Thomas 

Mr. Gordon W. Love, Jr. "71 

Tibetan Art 

Dr. D. Peter Drotman and 
Ms. Carolyn N. Arakaki 

Mr. Joseph E. Tomberlin '93 and 

Mrs. Kristina Randall Tomberlin '93 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Tomberlin 

Mrs. Eva Belle Turner 

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Scalley 

Dr. Martha Vardeman 
Dr. J. Brien Key 
Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 and 
Mrs. Carol Lawhom Watson '69 

Mary Elizabeth Walker 

Mrs. Jennifer Carroll Hemphill "95 



Professor George Wheeler 
Dr. Albert P. Sheppard '58 
James W. Wilson 
Mrs. Janie P. Wilson '74 

Dr. Monte Wolf 

Mr. Piercen Oliver '06 

Mr Collins H. Yates '01 
Mr. and Mrs. Farris F. Yates 

GIFTS IN MEMORY 

Names listed in italics represent the 
honorees. 

Dr. H. Baermer 

Dr. Martin L. Micklesen '67 

Mr. D. Clifton Banks '56 
Mrs. Lynn Hallford Banks '56 

Mr Hoke S. Bell '31 

The Reverend John W. Norton '57 

Professor Leo Bilancio 

Mrs. Kathleen Moran Brink '89 

Mr. Joseph R. Menez '70 

Mr. Gregory Quintard Meyer '85 

Dr. Martin L. Micklesen "67 

Mr. Joseph J. Strenk, Jr. '68 

Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 and 

Mrs. Carol Lawhom Watson '63 
Mrs. Nancy Chamley Welty '67 

Mr. Josh Blythe '02 
George, Anna Amelia 

Mr. James Brown '65 

Mrs. Linda Sanders Scarborough '65 

Betty Jean arid Marvin Brownstein 
Brownstein, Janet B. 

Lauren Ashley Burk 

Dr. Charles P. Adams 

Mr. Assaf Hosain Al-Assaf '83 

Mr. Howard J. Barr '83 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Bradford 

Ms. Barbara E. Burk 

Ms. Laurette Evora 

Mr. John C. Findlan 

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Flanagan 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Friedman 

Ms. Dori H. Fuller 

Mr. Arthur L. Glynn 

Mr. Gar}- L. Gorrel 

Mr. Stuart L. Gottler 

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta 

Mr. and Mrs. Burt Jordan 

Mr. Marion D. Jorgensen 

Mr. Lucien M. Kimball 

Mr. Andrew G. Kronitz 

Ms. Laura Medley 

MFS Investment Management 

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson L. Milder 

Dr. and Mrs. John G. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Namen 

Mr. Doug Palfrey 

Mr. Thomas R. Ragland 

Ms. Deanne Raish 

Miss Maureen B. Robinson '82 

Ms. Jennifer B. Ross '08 

Ms. Karen Segal 

Mrs. Maria Cohen Senter '81 

Ms. JeneiU Sewell 

Drs. William O. and Patricia P. Shropshire 

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Swafford 

Mr. Michael Turgeon 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Upton 



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Dr. Philip J. Neujahr and 

Dr. Victoria Weiss 
Mr. Mark A. Williams '94- and 

Mrs. Sharon Maria Williams '93 
Mr. Rajniond S. Willoch '80 and 

Mrs. Florrie Willoch 

Dr. RofialdL. Carlisle 

Mrs. Susan Carlisle 

Dr. Philip J. Neujahr and 

Dr. Victoria Weiss 
Dr. and Mrs. Ken Nishimura 

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

Vernon and Ruth Cheek 
Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer '72 

Mr. Vernon J. Cheek 

Mrs. Anne Cheek Meyer '72 

Mr. Albert H. Church Jr. 
Ms. Martha J. Church '6? 

Dr. Arthur Cohen 

Mr. Lewis B. DeRose '57 

Dr. David N. Harvey '6l 

Nathan and Ernestine Cooper 
Mr. David Nathan Cooper '71 

Pop Crow 

Mr. W. Robert Booker '60 

Mr. Timothy R. Crowley ''97 
Mr. Christopher V. Benner '01 and 
Mrs. Danielle Stellin Benner '99 

Mr. Bob Devaney 

Mr. John S. Green, Jr. '50 

Mrs. Grace Woolford Draper '34 
Mrs. Dbde Woolford Long "39 



Sheldon Pages' beloved dog Riley 
Ms. Lisa Lewis 

Mr Prank K. Pinnigan 

Mr. and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. 

Lyndra Givens '94 

Mrs. Amy Zickus Estes '94- MBA '01 

Dr Roy N. Goslin 
Dr. G. Gilman Watson '68 and 
Mrs. Carol Lawhorn Watson ^6S 

Mr. Edwards. Grenwald 
Ms. Judith M. Becker 

Ms. Carrie Lee "Cle" Hall 
Anonymous 

Mr Elbeit C. Haney '76 
Mrs. Janice Haney Carr "73 

Mrs. Betsy Hansen 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwob 
Dr. and Mrs. Larry D. Large 
Dr. Philip J. Neujahr and 

Dr. Victoria Weiss 
Mr. William S. Peebles, IV 
Drs. William O. Shropshire and 

Patricia P. Shropshire 
Ms. Susan M. Soper '69 and 

Mr. William W "Bo" Holland 
Mr. Carl E. Swearingen 
Ms. Babette J. Tipping 

Dr. J. Kennedy Hodges 

Dr. Cheryl Baker Dammann '67 

Dr. David N. Harvey '61 

Mr. Robert J. Hoffman 

Mrs. Linda Robuck Hoffman '58 

Colonel Wallace E. Jarboe 
Mrs. Ava Hart Jarboe "54 



Mr. Cyrus Leonard Jones 
Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Rooney 

Ida and Jerry Kleinjield 
Mr. Cary R. Kleinfield '81 

Mary Jane Stuart Kohler '90 
Mrs. Beth Morrison Anderson '90 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Landry 
Ms. Lori Malazich 
Mr. and Mrs. Aurel E. Stuart, Jr. 

Marjorie M. MacConnell 

Mrs. Sydney Mobley Moss '59 and 

Mr. Jack Moss 
Dr. G. Gilman Watson "68 and 

Mrs. Carol Lawhorn Watson '6S 

Mrs. Claire Findlcy "Tia" Magbee '56 
Mrs. Rosalie Brookshaw North '58 

Gerry McBrearity 

Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Richard 

Mr. James P. McLain 

Mr. Donald R. Henry '83 and 

Mrs. Barbara Bessmer Henry '85 
Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch "6l and 

Mr. Barry D. Lj-nch 

Mr. David Milford 

Mr. James H. Milford, Jr. '68 

Mr John S. Odess, Jr '80 
Ms. Tracey Lathem "78 

Betty Brumbelow O'Quinn '53 
Mr. James E. Henderson '52 and 
Mrs. Jean Horton Henderson '52 

Dr. Antonio M. Palma 
Dr. James L. Cox 



Mr. Nick Pennington '72 
Mrs. Kay Kilpatrick Crauford '6Z 
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Da\is, Jr. 
Disney - ABC Television Group 
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett D. Johnson 

Ms. Julia Y. Promnitz '57 

Ms. Linda Spock and Mr. Tom Spock 

The Reverend William C. Rhodes '49 
The Reverend Paul H. Hanna "49 

John P. Sal-amone '86 
Centricsit, LLC 

Mr. Dean Thomas DeCencio '87 
Mr. Richard A. Hans '87 
Mrs. Michelle Ponte Miller 
John P. Salamone Memorial Foundation 
Mr. Bud Salamone and 
Ms. Sharon DiMarco 

Dr. George C. Seward 
Mr. Thomas E. Deacon '60 and 
Mrs. Jeannette Seward Deacon '64 

Mr. TrippeSlade 
Mrs. Belle Turner Lynch '6l and 
Mr. Barry D. Lynch 

Mr. William Charles Smith H 
Mr. William Charles Smith '57 

Lorie Vivian Terry '01 
Ms. Penelope J. Anderson '01 
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Barnett 
Ms. Sandra Bates 
Mr. Christopher V. Benner '01 and 
Mrs. Danielle Stellin Benner 'QS 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bohnenberger 
Mr. Michael P. Cohen 
Dr. Pam B. Cole 
Dr. and Mrs. Hoyt W. Crump 




President Schall and OU Trustee David Garrett HI, far left, at graduation with honorary degree recipients United States Sen. Johnny Isakson (Doctor of 
Laws) and OU Trustee Warren Jobe (Doctor of Humane Letters). 



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Dr. Schall with, at left. Trustee Tom O'Connor '67. Donald Rubin '56 and, 
far ri^ht, former Trustee Bill Goodell at the Alumni Event in New York City 
which was held at the Rubin Museum of Art. 



D. A. Dalton 
Ms. Iris L. Dyson 
Mr. and Mrs. Dewayne Eady 
Mr. and Mrs. Lint Eberhardt 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eleazer 
Ms. Glenda Glenn 
Ms. Blanche D. Grubbs 
Mr. Thomas Hebert 
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. James 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Donald Johnson, Jr. 
Ms. Kelly L. Kersh 
Ms. Katharine L. Lindley 00 
Mr. and Mrs. David Martin 
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Mazhar 
Ms. Catherine L. McNeill 
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Old 
The Reznick Group 
Royston Elementar\- School 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Salpeter 
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slaton 
Ms. Lj-nn Stallings 
Dr. and Mrs. Francis Tedesco 
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Terry 
Mr. and Mrs. D.L. Toburen 
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Williams 
Mrs. Kathiyn M. Winland '02 and 
Mr. Joseph L. Winland 

Judge Woodrow Tucker 
Mr. Harold N. Hill, Jr. 

Mr, Andrew Webb III '73 
Mr. Jeffrey Ross Miller '73 

Dr. Philip Weltner 

Mr. Joseph G. Cannon '48 

Mr. James W. Wilson 
Mrs. Janie R Wilson 74- 



THE '09 FOR 
OU SENIOR 
CAMPAIGN 

Graduates of the Class of 2009 have 
continued an established tradition of 
senior class ph ilanth ropy at Ogelthorpe 
University. The '09 for OU campaign 
has given graduating students the 
opportunity to honor or memorialize 
influential people in their lives with a 
gift to the 2008-2009 Oglethorpe Fund 
We are pleased to recognize the following 
graduates for their contributions to 



the '09 for OU campaign. Graduates 
listed in bold were members of the Sen ior 
Campaign Coinmittee. 

Mr Adam H. Bailey '09 
Class of 2009 rocks! 

Ms. Laura D. Braddick '09 

In honor ofm\' mother, Cher>'l, and my 
father, Gary 

Mr. Matthew J. Brisendine '08 

Ms. Hannah E. Brooks '09 
OU Women's Basketball 

Mr Daniels. Brown '09 

Ms. Sara A. Cross '09 

Ms. Jessica L. Daniel '09 

In appreciation for all the love and 
support I have received from my family. 
Many thanks to Mom, Dad & Mimi for 
believing in me enough to invest in me 
and to everyone who made the journey 
to be here. 

Ms. Rozaan J. Daniel '09 

In memory of Elizabeth Mary Josephine 

Rock 

Ms. Anna E. Findley '09 

Mr Eric C. Fladland '09 

Ms. KristinaA. Grace 09 
Mallori Jo Muhlfelder 

Ms. Chelsia C. Green '09 

Ms. Marian E. James '09 

Ms. Taymah K. Jones '09 

Ms. SandbyaJosbi '08 

In honor of my family who have 

supported me in all of my endeavors. 

M^ Katie E. Kulavic '09 
OU Basketball 

Ms. Stephanie C. Laubscher '09 

Dr. Douglas McFarland and Robert and 

Deborah Laubscher 



Mr. Curtis E. Mc Lead '09 

Ms. Meagan M. Meekin '09 
Mike and Diane Meekin 

Ms. Ember L. Melcber '09 

In honor of my family for their support 
these past four years. 

Mr Cliff C. Moore '09 
The Great OU Faculty 

Mr Jose E. Navairo, Jr. '09 

Jose Navarro Sr. and Crystal Powers 

Navarro 

Ms. Kayla B. Pulley '09 

Tena and Mark Pulley; wonderful 

parents 

Ms. Elizabeth M. Richmann '09 
Dad and Mom, Glen and Grant, you 
have all taught me to believe. I love you 
all and thanks for everything! ! ! 

Ms. CbelcieJ. Rowell '09 

Marsha Williams, Christa Miller, and 
Dr. Victoria Weiss 

Mr. Trevor M. Sheffield '09 

Ms. Devon M. Simons '09 
In the memor)' of my father. Dr. 
Lawrence Simons, whose wisdom has 
guided me towards this milestone, and 
my mother. Dr. Carol Simons, whose 
support has allowed me to persevere 
time and time again. 

Mr. Udara Y. Soysa '09 

This gift is dedicated to my lovely family 
in Sri Lanka, my host family, my uncle 
and aunt, Flesher family and all the 
friends of Oglethorpe (2005-2009). 
Thank you. We rocked the last 4 years! 

Ms. Julie M. Vaughan '09 
In memory of Lewis Lichtman and love 
and thanks to all of my family for all 
that they mean to me. 

Mr Michael D. Willis '09 
Conant Performing Arts Center 

Mr. Gonzalo Yahuitl '09 

THE NESCIT 
CEDERE 
HERITAGE 
SOCIETY 

Nescit Cedere, a Latin phrase pro- 
nounced "nes-keet keh-deh-reh, " was 
taken fi-om the Oglethoipe 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 and sustain it through good 
times and bad. 

Anonv-mous (13) 
Mr. G. Douglass Alexander '68 
Ms. Susan Harman Alou '84 
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. Terr>' 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. '99 (H) § 

Mr. George E. Goodwin 

Mrs. Bobbie Dexter Gupton '63 and 
Mr. J. Cabot Gupton 

Mr. Scott T. Haight '89 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward Brodnax 
Hansell § 

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 '6l 
Mr. Louis T. Lombardy '69 
Dr. Jay Lutz 
Mrs. Belle Turner Ljuch '61 and 

Mr. Barr}- L>Tich § 
Ms. Gail Ljnn "77 § 

Mrs. Margaret Woodward Mathewes '55 
Mr. and Mrs. Henr>' 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 4-0 * and 

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

§ Charter member 

** New members in 2008-2009 

* Deceased 

(H) Honorary degree recipient 

Did we miss your name? 

The Honor Roll of Donors recognizes 
all gifts made to Oglethorpe University 

from July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009. 
If you noted an error or omission, please 
let us know so that we can correct it 

for next year's publication. Thank you. 

Please contact George Kopec 
at 404-364-8328 or 
gkopec@oglethorpe.edu. 



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CLASSES 
OF 2009 

Maybe you can judge a boo' 
by its covers: The bookei 
pages of this Carillon are, o 
the front cover, the happy , 
faces of the new arrivals in 
August — the Class of 2013, 
their four years ahead full of 
new friends and unknown 
opportunities — and on this 
page the also happy faces of 
departing Classes of 2009 oi| 
Commencement Day as they' 
move forward, their educo-« 
tion and experiences hel 
just starting to shape their 
futures. At the top, the 1 54 
traditional undergraduates; 
center, some of the 43 gradu 
ates of the Evening DegrW 
Program and, at right, six 
of the 26 Masters of Arts! 
Teaching graduates. I 



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OGLETHORPE 

UNIVERSITY 

4484 Peachtree Road, N.E. 
Atlanta, GA 30319 
www.oglethorpe.edu 




SHOW YOUR I 
SCHOOL SPIRIT! 



The Georgia Department of Revenue now offers an Oglethorpe 
commemorative license plate — an easy way to show your Petrel 
pride everywhere you go. 

An OU plate is perfect for alumni, faculty, staff, students, parents 
and friends, and only costs a one-time fee of $25 to order (plus an 
annual $25 Georgia specialty tag fee.) 

Get your OU plate in four easy steps: 

1 . Register online at www.oglethorpe.edu (keyword: license 
plate), or send a check for $25 to Oglethorpe University 
(Commemorative License Plate, Oglethorpe University, 
4484 Peachtree Road N.E., Atlanta, GA 3031 9). 

2. We will send you proof of payment, which includes: 

(1 ) a license plate request form and (2) a Georgia-issued 
Motor Vehicle Receipt. 



3. Tag - you're it! Take the above documents to your local Georgia 
Motor Vehicle Department to exchange your current plate. 

4. The GMVD will process your order request and issue a 
temporary tag to you. Your new OU plate will arrive in the mail. 

Please note: As with any Georgia specially tag, there is an 
additional $25 annual fee. 

If you have questions or need assistance, please 
call Susan Soper at 404-364-8329 or email 
ssoper@oglethorpe.edu.