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IN THIS ISSUE 



Alumni in the Peace Corps 

The XY Files 
■ Preserving Walkerton 



On Chalgrove Lake: 
in the spring, 
a young mans fancy 
turns to fishing 



PHOTO BY TODD NOU.EY. 




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THE'T^ecordoF 

HAMPDEN^ 

SYDNEY 

COLLEGE 

JUNE 2002 • VOLUME 77, NUMBER 2 

Corps Values 2 

Alumni Peace Corps volunteers use their Hampden-Sydney ideals 
and expertise to make a difference throughout the developing world. 

The XY Files 9 

Symposium brings speakers of national renown to discuss questions 
of contemporary masculinity. 

A Love Affair w^ith History. 12 

Tom Davis '8 1 learned the value of old houses at hIampden-Sydney; 
now he spends his life restoring them. 

On the Hill 15 

News from around the campus 

Faculty Activities 25 

News from the classroom and beyond 

Books in Print 29 

Alumni and faculty authors 

Spring Sports Roundup 30 

Lacrosse titles, baseball, golf, tennis finish strong 

Gustav H. Franke, 1916-2002 32 

A popular math teacher and golf coach is remembered. 

Class Notes 33 

News from alumni 

Alumni Activities 58 

Club events, awards, good works 

Four- Legged Lineage 60 

Ronald Davis '58 & '59 remembers campus pets. 



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Logan Brown '95 sitting on 
the step of the caravan that 

served as his research outpost 
in eastern Russia, where he 

tracked endangered Siberian 

tigers and taught ecology as 

a Peace Corps volunteer. 



THE "S^CORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



The Hampden-Sydney ideal of service at its grittiest, in the Peace Corps 

Corps Values 



LEE RICE '01 



BN OCTOBER 14, 1960, John F. Kennedy 
stood in front of the student union at 
the Uni\ersit\' of Michigan and asked how a societ)' 
of affluence could tolerate po\'ert\' worldwide. The 
\oung presidential candidate issued those students a 
challenge: who, in the name of peace, would give up 
their material comfort to live and work in develop- 
ing countries? Thousands answered the call, and the 
idea quickly garnered support across the political 
spectrum. Kennedy s bold experiment became one of 
America's great success stories, and today the institu- 
tion has proven an effective vehicle tor hope, friend- 
ship, and mutual understanding. 

The Peace Corps mission of service is well suited 
to the character of Hampden-Sydney. It should come 
as no surprise that at least 32 alumni have served in 
31 countries. Five alumni are ser\'ing as volunteers 
right now: Wade Blackwood '97 (Honduras), David 
Buie '00 (Malawi), David Zamorski '99 (Armenia), 
Kyle Laird '96 (Ukraine) and Richard Bakewell '98 
(Bulgaria). According to Peace Corps sources, two 
members from the class of 2002 are already in the 
application process. 

"'It's the toughest job you'll ever love," says their 
slogan. Most do love it, and few will deny that it's 
tough. Once recruits complete the multi-level applica- 
tion and have been accepted, they go through three 
months of intensive training (usually in the language 
of their assigned country). After that, they're given 
the specifics of their assignment and dropped in a 
remote village, where, for the next two years, they live 
in shared poverty. Extreme weather, lack of resources, 
and political instability are often among their daily 
challenges. 

Our alumni volunteers have been to all corners of 
the world. Their tasks range from tracking Siberian 
wildlife to teaching business development in Eastern 
Bloc states. But despite diverse conditions, volunteers 
share common characteristics: hard work, altruism, 
and a desire for adventure and perspective. Nowa- 



days, with global peace an increasingly delicate ideal, 
the Peace Corps' mission is at once more elusive and 
more important. And, as they have since 1961, our 
alumni will fan their civic impulses by answering this 
call, using the skills and ideals fostered at Hampden- 
Sydney to make a tangible impact on our world. 

QFTER GETTING HIS MBA, Dan Jenkin 
'89 wanted to put his business savvy to a 
good cause. He had backpacked through Europe after 
graduation from Hampden-Sydney and was intrigued 
by the economic conditions in Eastern Europe. Much 
to the surprise of his family and fellow 
business school classmates, he choose to 
forego a healthy MBA's salary, signed up to 
volunteer in the Peace Corps, and headed 
overseas to teach business development in 
the Czech Republic. Now the president 
and owner of an international online 
collaboration software business, his entire 
career is directly related to that decision. 

Jenkin was stationed in Brno, where 
he taught marketing strategies at Mendel 
University Business School. He began 
teaching his students to do case stud- 
ies, a methodology quite familiar to the 
Hampden-Sydney economics student but 
unique to Czech universities. The students 
weren't receptive to the U.S. -based case 
sets, so Jenkin set out to write new ones based on local 
businesses (particularly challenging given the lack of 
recorded operating history in the Czech Republic). 
He recruited Lubos Hanak, his star student, to help. 
Hanak could always crack the difficult case studies, 
and Jenkin took note of his talent. 

After his tour of duty, Jenkin wanted to use the 
experience to help him and his Czech colleagues 
succeed in the private sector. He returned to Brno, 
where he suggested to Hanak that they use the 



We provide a model 
for Czech companies. 
It's rewarding that 
we've built a profit- 
able, sustainable 
business based on 
sound values. 

DAN JENKIN '89 
Former Peace Corps volunteer 



THE "KgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



Dnnjeiikin '89 (at left 
below) returned to the 
Czech Republic after his 
term as a Peace Corps 
volunteer, in order to set 
up a business that will 
help build a viable ft'ee 
market economy there. 
At right, a younger 
]enkin hiking in the Car- 
pathian Mountains 
while a volunteer. 



abstract business models from class and apply them to 
real-life situations. The rwo friends became part- 
ners and founded IS Group, a company that creates 
customized software for businesses. Jenkin returned 
to the United States, and Hanak stayed in Brno to 
establish the company's laboratory. 

Now, Jenkin runs the business side in Washington, 
D.C., and Hanak manages the software-program- 
ming center in Brno. Although the company is 
small — ten developers, business analysts, and project 
managers — it has been profitable since its inception, 
boasting a unique and effective international operat- 
ing environment. Although there are other Czech- 
American businesses, IS Group is different in that 
"everyone involved knows that what happens on this 
side of the water is as important as what happens on 
the other side," Jenkin said. "Having been a volunteer 
in the Czech Republic has had a huge impact on me 
and the way I approach business. IS Group is clearly 
the direct result of m}' Peace Corps experience." 

When the National Peace Corps Association, as 
part of the 40th anniversary celebrations in 2001, 
organized a symposium for returned volunteers, 
Jenkin helped to coordinate and sponsor the event. 
At the symposium, Jenkin also participated in a panel 
discussion about how experiences in the international 
public sector have 
affected careers in the 
pri^'ate sector. 

When people 
talk of the positive 



influence of the Peace Corps, it's usualh' in reference 
to non-profit or governmental programs. But Jenkin 
exemplifies the impact a ^'olunteer can ha\'e in the area 
of business development. "When Lubos and I consider 
the values of our business, we think of the bridges 
being built between voung Eastern European managers 
and programmers and the exciting markets of the US 
and Western Europe," Jenkin said. "We are very proud 
of the economic development that happens as a result 
of our paying programmers higher salaries and build- 
ing better working environments. We provide a model 
for other labs in the Czech Republic. It's rewarding for 
Lubos and me that we ve built a profitable, sustainable 
business based on these values." 





HE PEACE CORPS was in the back of 
Logan Brown's mind throughout college. 
After graduating in 1995, he did some environmental 
organizing work, but he wanted to see if his skills 
would transfer to different regions with different 
problems. When he signed up for the Peace Corps, he 
had wanted to go to Central America. Instead, he was 
stationed in the remote tar east of Russia, near Siberia. 
But Brown was in no wa)' discouraged. "That's all part 
of the adventure," he said, "going somewhere you've 
never been or would never think to go other^vise." 

After three months of intensive 
language training. Brown was 
sent to his village to work with a 
non-governmental organization 
for environmental development. 
Primarily, the group was concerned 
with eliminating the poaching of the 
Siberian tiger and developing new 
techniques for tracking the elusive 
animal. In the winter, he worked 
alone in the field, taking turns with 
his coworkers doing one-week stints in 
a remote research station. In the morn- 
ings Brown would trek a 3 -kilometer trianole through 



the woods looking for markings. In the afternoons he 
would cut wood, cook, and get water. Although he 
faced dangerousK- cold temperatures, limited water 
sources, and the constant threat of an encounter with 
a tiger. Brown enjoyed this part of the job. "I really 
developed a taste for solitude, " he said. 

In the fall and summer he taught ecology and 
helped direct the curriculum for environmental educa- 
tion at the village school. As part of this program. 
Brown had his students paint pictures of the local 
endangered species. He and a coworker then wTote a 



4 THE T^CORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 







Scott Pietan '95 with a 
friend at his posting in a 
remote village in Belize. 



proposal to orchestrate a large mail exchange of similar 
paintings b)' American students. They received the 
grant and used the extra money to turn the students' 
art into a wall calendar. Proceeds from the calendar 
were slated to fund the next \'ear"s mail exchange. 

In addition to the harsh weather. Brown found the 
social climate to be another glacial challenge. For the 
first several months, he was paraded around the village 
as an oddir\-. \^illagers often asked him if he were a spy. 
The question bothered him at first. But as he became 
acclimated to a different perspective, Brown realized 
the cause of their concern; Eastern Russia is one of 
the last great repositories for natural resources, and 
for years foreigners have capitalized on this b}' heavily 
foresting and hunting the area. To the villagers, "spy" 
was synonymous with someone who takes advantage 
of them. They weren't worried about national securi- 
ty'; thev were worried about being manipulated. For 
Brown, their anxiety further legitimized his mission. 

Brown left Russia a few months earh' to receive 
medical treatment in the United States. He returned 
to the fast pace of D.C. (the transition after coming 
back was harder than going over, he said) and signed 
on as an employee, helping to organize the Peace 
Corps' educational programs. While getting his 
Master's degree a year later at Appalachian State 
Unrversiry, he worked as a campus recruiter. Brown 
is now putting his experiences to good use as a Ph.D. 
student in natural resources at the University of 



Vermont. 

Brown joined the Peace Corps because he wanted 
to take his work to another level. "I've done environ- 
mental work in a foreign culture, and that's given me 
a tremendous amount of confidence. Now, when I'm 
approached with a tough challenge or unique problem, 
I say, 'No problem. We can take care of that,'" he said. 
"After the Peace Corps, things aren't so intimidating." 

"There is tremendous educational value in taking 
everj'day issues and seeing them through differ- 
ent cultural lenses," he said. "I had a lot of personal 
growth on that trip, and it colors what I do every day." 




IIKE MOST CORPS VOLUNTEERS, 
Scott Pietan '95 had a rapacious desire 
to travel. After spending a few months kayaking out 
west, he went off to Colombia to teach math at a girls 
school in Bogota. Surrounded by Americans and elite 
Colombians, Pietan grew eager for a more authentic 
Latin American experience. He had heard great stories 
about the Peace Corps from his friend, Logan Brown. 
After completing the Coro Fellows Program in Public 
Affairs in St. Louis, an organization that trains for 
community-based leadership development, he signed 
up for the Corps and was sent to Belize. 

Assigned to a Mayan village of about 300 people, 
Pietan met with local leaders to help orchestrate 
reforestation and other aesthetic improvements to the 



THE llgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



Richard Bakewell '98 

watches over Veliko 

Tiimivo, the ancient 

Bulgarian capital city. 

He works at Roussenski 

Lorn Nature Park, just 

outside the nearby city of 

Rousse. 




You have to have 
at least two years of 
experience to do real 
international work. 
My time in Belize 
will definitely come 



handy. 



SCOTT PIETAN 
Peace Corps volunteer, Belize 



community. Pietan, living close to the Cockscomb 
Basin Jaguar Preserve, taught classes on wildlife and 
environmental consciousness in the local school. 

What was particularly refreshing about Pietan's 
assignment, he says, was that no Peace Corps volun- 
teer had been in that area before him. That meant 

there were no expectations to limit him, and 
he was free to tackle things the way he felt 
best. What was frustrating, however, was his 
own expectation to see immediate change. He 
soon learned that his efforts were part of an 
extended project, and that his labors yielded 
the most social value when geared toward 
long-term sustainability. And, as Pietan 
noted, that's the way community development 
works. "I could see the unsuccessful projects 
that other people had started before. I learned 
a lot about development by seeing what 
doesn't work and why," he said. 

Now an M.A. candidate in international 



economics and conflict management at the 
Johns Hopkins School for Advanced Inter- 
national Studies (SAIS), he is putting that 
experiential knowledge to good use. And his tenure in 
Belize should continue to serve him well in his field. 
"You have to have at least two years of experience if 
you hope to do real international work, " he said. "My 
time in Belize will definiteh' come in handy." 



QS PART OF A GROUP sent to help spon- 
sor Bulgarian organizations in the fields of 
natural resources management, local business develop- 
ment, and instruction in the English language, Rich- 
ard Bakewell '98 has been in Bulgaria for a year now. 
His assignment is at the Roussenski Lom Nature Park, 
just outside Rousse, the largest city on the Danube 
River, and home to critical habitat for several species 
of endangered birds, as well as important historical 
sites related to the transmission of ancient Bulgarian 
culture through the Middle Ages. Despite the park's 
rich holdings of historical and natural resources, it's 
nearh' impossible for visitors to find anv information 
on the significance of what's around them. Addressing 
this need has been one of Bakewell's initial proj- 
ects, and he is currently developing programs to tap 
the park's ecotourism potential. These interrelated 
projects include initiating "ecological principles-based 
interpretive touring " (e.g., presenting a noteworthy 
natural feature as an example of an abstract ecologi- 
cal principle so as to relate confusing environmental 
information to the public), establishing environmen- 
tally friendly camping sites, and creating a system of 
bicvcle touring routes (particularly suitable for the 
park's decentralized geograph)'). 

Bakewell frequently gives talks on biodiversity at 
the Rousse city schools and takes students on weekend 
excursions through the park. He is also seeking to 



THE TigCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



establish an environmental education center for these 
students. Once he gets the center up and running, 
he plans to revi\e the dormant "Friends of the Park" 
club, which allows local people to get involved with 
the hands-on management of the resen'e. 

In his ettorts to initiate such programs, Bakewell 
has quickly learned that his biggest challenge, and his 
most effective vehicle for ser\'ing the community", is 
acquiring funding. "Many Peace Corps volunteers in 
Bulgaria are perceived as sources for money, as cash 
cows," he said. "And this isn't too far from the truth. 
People want to see successful community development 
projects that involve the transfer not only of skills, but 
of concrete resources." 

With the possibilir\- for pragmatic change contin- 
gent on persuasive grant writing, Bakewell is finding 
that his writing skills and rhetorical prowess, culti- 
vated at Hampden-Sydney, provide him with the tools 
to bring his ideas to fruition. Bakewell has also taken 
to the Bulgarian tongue, which puts him at a distinct 
advantage over fellow volunteers who traditionally 
struggle with the language barrier. After 12 months in 
the country', he is comfortable with all daily commu- 
nication and can understand television, newspapers, 
and magazines. In fact, he wrote his most recent 
proposal — the one for the environmental education 
center — in Bulgarian. 

Bakewell admits that he has lost a degree of naivete 
since joining the Peace Corps last year. "I know the 



whole country won't be a hell of a lot different when I 
leave in August 2003," he said. And while he does plan 
to leave with a few tangible accomplishments under his 
belt, he sees himself as an agent in a larger humanitar- 
ian project. "Peace Corps is an experience for those 
with a long-term perspective," he said. 

HONTRARYTO IMAGES of mud huts and 
dirt roads typically associated with Peace 
Corps service, Kyle Laird '96, stationed in Ukraine, 
lives in a modest metropolitan apartment with all the 
comforts of home. Zaporozhye is a beautiful city with 
good restaurants, efficient public transportation, and 
pleasant beaches and resorts. (Some volunteers. Laird 
sa)'s, call the Eastern Europe assignment the Posh 
Corps.) 

Yet Laird, a professor of economics and English at 
the Humanitarian University' of Zaporozhye, Ukraine, 
is witness to the country's perilous socio-economic 
infrastructure. Devoid of a middle class, Ukraine is 
struggling with the transition from a command econ- 
omy to a market economy, leaving an overwhelming 
percentage ot the population below the poverty level. 

Currently teaching marketing, finance, journal- 
ism, and English for economic and foreign language 
students, Laird offers succor through pedagogy. "It's a 
bad climate for free enterprise, and the little guy who 
wants to better himself has a very rough road ahead 




Kyle Laird '96, stationed 
in Ukraine, with some of 
the economics students he 
teaches at the university in 
Zaporozhye. 



THE TtgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



of him," Laird said. "I suppose my purpose here is 
to help educate some of the young people on how to 
better conduct business so that they will hopefully 
have a little easier time finding their way to a middle 
class." In addition to his classroom instruction. Laird 
is trying to start a public lecture series aimed at all 
educational professionals and students of the city. 
He is also initiating HIV/AIDS 
education programs through the 
American Red Cross. 

Right now. Laird says his 
biggest challenge is perfecting 
his Russian. The language skills 
he will take away from the Peace 
Corps, in addition to the inter- 
national work experience, are a 
pragmatic benefit of his tenure that 
will serve him well later in life. In 
turn, he hopes to impart sound 
knowledge of market economics to 
his students. 

"I have no illusions that I will 
profoundly affect Ukraine as a 
whole," he said, "but I do think 
I will help a few of my students, and they in turn 
should affect some other Ukrainians with their under- 
standing of good business practices." 

Just as his message is unique, so too is his 
approach. His charges are familiar only with the old 
Soviet-style lecture approach, but Laird centers his 
classes on discussion and student inquiry. "Students 
are astonished at first," he said. "It seems as though 
no teacher has ever asked them to speak their minds 



lam not trained 

to be a teacher, 

but just having a 

Hampden - Sydney 

education lets me 

feel comfortable 

leading my students. 

KYLE LAIRD '96 
Peace Corps volunteer, Bulgaria 



about a topic." While a few of the older professors are 
still critical of his methods, many of the students are 
increasingly eager to share their opinions. "They are 
finding out that I enjoy entertaining their ideas and 
that by btinging their thoughts and questions to class, 
all of the students can benefit," he said. "We take for 
granted an education that encourages independent 

thought and creative thinking. 

This is the style of education I've 
been exposed to, so I'm bound 
to use the same approach — not 
to mention that it helps me learn 
about Ukrainian mentalit)'." 

In the classroom. Laird finds 
himself leaning heavily on his 
Hampden- Sydney experiences. He 
says he's thankful to Drs. Gibson, 
Townsend, and Carilli for his 
training in economics. He also 
credits English professor Dr. Mary 
M. Saunders and fine arts professor 
Pamela P. Fox. "Dr. Saunders was 
a big influence because I tty to 
mimic her in the way I conduct my 
classes, and Professor Fox because she taught me that 
looking at things in different ways can really help the 
final product." 

"I credit Hampden- Sydney with a lot of my prepa- 
ration as a man capable of actually doing this," he 
said. "I am not trained to be a teacher, but just having 
a Hampden-Sydney education lets me feel comfort- 
able leading mv students." 



Please tell us your 
Peace Corps story. 

Because of privacy regulations, the Peace Corps 

would not provide us with the names of the 32 alumni 

who have served. So we need ^'ou to tell us. 

If you were a volunteer and would like to share your experiences, 

please write to the editor at lrice@hsc.edu. 



THE T^ECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



Symposium engenders a timely dialogue about manhood in America 

The XY Files: 
Rediscovering masculinity 



LEE RICE '01 



BE A MAN ABOUT IT." 
It's a directive heard bv generations of 
males in America. But like everything else, our 
collective understanding of what it means to be a 
man has changed over the years, raising questions 
about that familiar mantra. Similarlv. the same 
questions might be raised about Hampden -Sydney's 
own mantra: "to form good men." When our mission 
statement was coined, all-male colleges were the 
norm, and the subordination of females in society was 
tacitly accepted. But times have changed. Women 
are assuming their rightful place as equal partners in 
our culture; recent debates about gender mean that 
"masculinity is no longer a seamless, self-evident, 
concept; and Hampden-Sydney — one of onh' three 
men's colleges in the nation — has become an anomaly. 

As a result, our 
mission statement takes 
on a special significance. 
And in order to prepare 
men for a successful 
life in contemporan' 
culture and to justify 
our unique position 
in today's academic 
landscape, it seems only 
natural that we join the 
national conversation 
about gender. It was 
in this spirit that on 
Februar)- 19, 20, and 21 
the College held 7"/7fX7 
Files: A Symposium on 
Masculinity. In conjunc- 
tion with a one-hour 
interdisciplinar)' course, 
the event challenged us 
to consider what it means 
to be a male in todays 




THE 



world and how it is we form good men. 

The symposium featured a host of student 
discussion forums, panels, and speakers, includ- 
ing a capstone address by Michael Kimmel, whose 
extensive publications and appearances have 
established him as one of the foremost authorities 
on the subject. Also of national renown was keynote 
speaker Chris Kilmartin, professor of psychology 
at Mary Washington College, who initiated the 
program by asking the obvious question: what 
are men's issues and why should we study them? 
Kilmartin outlined changes in gender assumptions 
over recent decades and suggested that a.^piring to 
the traditional image of hegemonic masculinity is 
detrimental to men's physical and psychological 
health. Kilmartin also asserted the importance of 
"gender literacy" in 
college and the need for 
programs like TheXY 
Files. "Sending students 
into today's world with- 
out gender awareness is 
like sending them with- 
out computer skills," he 
told the audience. 

Kilmartin under- 
scored these ideas with 
the presentation of his 
60-minute one-man 
show Crimes Against 
Nature. A part-time 
comedian and a well- 
versed stage performer, 
Kilmartin's comedic 
sensibilities helped to 
create a space in which 
issues of masculinity 
could comfortably be 
addressed. 



The logo for the 
XY Files symposium 
incorporated both classical 
and modern representations 
of masculinity. 



FILES 



THE 'RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



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mSING THE SUCCESSFUL OPENING 
performance as a springboard, experts 
From a wide range of disciplines offered a panoptic 
discussion of the challenges men face today. The 
topic of the first panel was "Questions of Nature 
Versus Nurture." Panelist Claudia Chang, profes- 
sor of anthropology at Sweet Briar College, used 
empirical evidence from her archaeological and 
ethnographic field research on foraging and pastoral 
people in North America, Greece, and Kazakhstan as 
a backdrop for her talk. Similarly, Chris DeFrancisco 
did anthropological research in Zanzibar, Tanzania, 
where he observed the Papasi, a class of )'oung men 
who are posing challenges to the traditional masculine 
role in Zanzibari culture by embracing some 
aspects of Western influence. These men, and 
what their lifestyle says about the concept of 
masculinit}', were the focus of his presenta- 
tion. Dennis Goff, professor of psychology 
at Randolph-Macon Woman's College, used 
evidence acquired from his research on rats to 
offer the perspective of physical psycholog)': 
Keynote speaker Chris Kilmartin also joined 
the panel. 

On the second day, professionals from the 
field of medicine came together to discuss 
"Men's Health: Body, Mind, Spirit." The 
panel featured Rob Bullis, author, pastor, 
and long-time chaplain in cardiac care units, 
psychiatric hospitals, and prisons; Keith 
Elliott, a psychotherapist and licensed clinical 
— • , social worker specializing in men's issues; and our 
? own Dr. Timothy Corbett, college physician for 

Hampden- Sydney. 
, -4^ The next panel — "Cultural 

y" Representations of Mascu- 

linit)' " — featured Kembrew 
McLeod, assistant professor in 
the department of com- 
munications studies 
at the Uni^'ersit}' of 
Iowa, and Michael 
MacKenzie, as- 
sistant professor of 
art histon' at our 
compatriot all-male 
institution, Wabash Col- 
lege. McLeod teaches media 
criticism and media produc- 
tion classes and has been published 
in Rolling Stone, SPIN, and several other 




well-known magazines. In a discussion that was 
arcane to the adults in the audience but quite familiar 
to students, McLeod focused on the media images of 
masculinity in contemporan,' hip-hop music. With a 
markedly different tone and theme, MacKenzie fol- 
lowed with a discussion of representations of the body 
in the context of German Expressionism. Specifically, 
MacKenzie focused on the image of the Adonis male 
in art driven by Nazi ideology. 

For the final panel, Julio Rodriguez, who teaches 
in the American Culture Program at Randolph- 
Macon Woman's College; Mindy Stombler, sociology 
professor at Georgia State University; and capstone 
speaker Michael Kimmel came together to discuss 
all-male organizations. Rodriguez spoke about the 
competitive nature of sports organizations and the 
societal expectations levied on the average plaver. 
Stombler brought to bear her extensive research 
with major ethnographic projects related to campus 
culture in her lecture about hegemonic masculinity' in 
fraternities. Kimmel spoke about a more marginal and 
resoundinglv less benign set of male organizations: 
white supremacists. Suggesting that these groups are 
driven bv a desire for re\'enge against a culture that 
has emasculated them, Kimmel drew a link benveen a 
masculinit}' of assumed entitlement and hate groups. 

A highlight of the symposium was the student 
panel discussion, featuring Bert Drummond '02 and 
Craig Elkins '02, along with Sweet Briar students 
Amanda-Paige Conrad and Sasha Levine. Detailing 
his paper "The Hemming^vay Men, " Drummond 
spoke about "an interesting trend in the way in which 
the men grow and develop in Hemingway's literature," 
specifically the emotionally illiterate "code hero" typi- 
cal of his no\'els. "Hemmingway captures on paper," 
Drummond said, "the intensit}' of emotion, the 
impossibilit)' of communication, and the struggle with 
identity seventy- five years before any of those concepts 
were discussed overtly in reference to masculinit}'." 

Elkins discussed masculinity as embodied by 
another stalwart of American histon': Theodore 
Roosevelt. Roosevelt became a prominent figure 
during a time of nascent urban expansion in the 
Eastern United States, a particidarly pivotal period in 
the history of masculinit}'. "During this time," Elkins 
argued, "there was a sense among men that the}' were 
losing parts of their masculine identities because the 
Western frontiersman epitomized what true masculin- 
it}' shoidd be." But Roosevelt offered hope to emascu- 
lated urban dwellers bv pro\'iding a model of a manly 
20th centur}' man. The fact that he became such a 
model, Elkins went on to suggest, is emblematic of a 



nervousness in the male communkv at this time and 
reveals the impetus behind contemporary construc- 
tions of masculinitv. These ideas were from a chapter 
of his honors thesis — -We Shall Simply Have to Cast 
Them Off": Mansfield 's and Hemingiuay's Early 20th- 
century Challenges to Gender Roles — which Elkins 
presented to the honors council in March. 





I HE EVENT CONCLUDED with a 
climactic address by Michael Kimmel, 
author of such books as The Politics of Manhood, 
Manhood in America, and The Gendered Society. A self- 
proclaimed "profeminist male," Kimmels scholarship 
has been the source of controversy at several colleges. 
Unsurprisinglv, his appearance was fodder for dissent 
among some students here. Assuming he would 
criticize all-male education, several charges convened 
outside Crawle\- Forum to sell t-shirts bearing the 
message, "Save the Males." 

There was standing room onh- in Crawley and, 
as Kimmel approached the podium, an almost 
acrid air ot dissent filled the forum. He prefaced his 
lecture, entitled "What About the Boys: What the 
Current Debates Tell Us (and Don't Tell Us) About 
Boys and School," with a message of admiration for 
the College's decision to initiate the symposium: "A 
great thing is happening here; Hampden-Sydney is 
no longer a college of men indfor men, but a college 
about men." 

This approach, Kimmel went on to suggest, is 
the best way to legitimize our status as an all-male 
institute. He did not, in fact, criticize all-male educa- 
tion, but he did note a potential deficiency that should 
be avoided. "In short, what women often learn at 
all-women's coUeges is that they can do anything that 
men can do," he said. "Bv contrast, what men learn is 
that women cannot do what they (the men) can do. In 
this way, women's college may constitute a challenge 
to gender inequalit)', while men's colleges reproduce 
that inequalin,';" 

But the main thrust of Kimmels lecture was to 
offer methods by which we can avoid such flaws and 
capitalize on our unique educational environment. 
His proposed remedy: self-conscious debate about 
the nature of masculinity and how gender roles affect 
education. Following the address, several students 
expressed polite but frank disagreement and posed 
hard questions. What followed was a civil, free flowing 
dialogue. In the end, at Kimmel's request, the protest- 
ers came on stage and gave him a t-shirt. 



I OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of 
chemistry Paul Mueller, chair of 
Hampden-Sydney 's gender studies committee and 
project director for the symposium, the success of the 
program's final dialogue was poetic justice. "We really 
engendered a useful dialogue," he said of the event. 
"And that was the goal. We weren't trying to convince 
people to think one thing or another, but rather to 
get people to talk about things in a direct way, and to 
consider that evidence which supports their beliefs as 
well as that which does not." 

The gender issues committee, which orchestrated 
the e\ent, was formed five years ago. When approval 
was given to host a men's studies program on campus, 
they organized a one-hour interdisciplin- 
ary course, open to students at neighboring 
colleges, that would lead up to the sympo- 
sium. With an enrollment of over 120 
Hampden- Sydne)' students, the class met for 
two hours a week — the first hour in a large 
group and the second in smaller groups — to 
discuss issues like father and son relation- 
ships and representations of masculinity in 
popular advertising. Also in conjunction with 
the symposium, the Hampden-Sydney Fine 
Arts Department put on a production of Erin 
Sorkin's A Few Good Men. The play opened 
on Februar)' 22 and ran until March 1. 

"This was a great opportunity to examine 
the best way this college can prepare young 
men to live successful, fulfilling, and ethi- 
cal lives in today's world," Mueller said. "I 
hope this dialogue continues to evolve." 

On our front gates, a bronze plaque, 
inscribed in Latin, reads Hue venite juvenes 
lit exeatis viri: "Come here as youths so 
that you may leave as men." The XY 
Files asked us to consider what 
it means to "leave as men" 
in today's world. And 
through such self- 
conscious inquiry like 
this symposium, 
the College arms 
itself to fulfill 
that promise to 
generations of 
boys to come. 



Sending students 
into today's world 
without gender 
awareness is like 
sending them with- 
out computer skills. 

CHRIS KILAAARTIN 
Gender issues expert 




/ 



He learned so much at HampdenSydney about the value 
of old buildings that he has spent his life restoring them 

A love affair with history: 
Tom Davis, restorer 



LEE RICE '01 




To>7i Davis shows ojfthe 

movable partition that folds 

away to create a ballroom 

on Walkerton's second floor. 



HOWN A QUIET ROAD in Glen Allen, 
Virginia, a two-and-one-half story 
brick structure known as Walkerton sits in repose- 
ful simplicity. The largest 19th-century tavern still 
standing in Henrico County, Walkerton was once a 
convenient stop-in for travelers along Old Washington 
Highway, then a major thoroughfare between Rich- 
mond and the Western Piedmont. 

As fate would have it, the old 
tavern's history is colored with 
Hampden-Sydney connections. The 
late S. Douglas Fleet, eponym of 
Hampden- Sydney's Fleet Gymna- 
sium, spent much of his childhood 
there, as did Pratt Cook '82. Later, 
when Fleet was a sitting member of 
Hampden- Sydney's Board of Trust- 
ees, he purchased the house and 
entrusted Tom Davis '81, president 
of Virginia Restoration, with the 
task of restoring the historic tavern. 
With Fleet's vision and patronage 
and Davis' skilled craftsmanship, 
Walkerton's splendor was born 
anew. Now a tangible piece of histor)', the tavern is 
listed on the National Register of Historic Places 
and, as Richmond Magazine znnounctAy is the "Best 
Restored Old House" in the count)'. 

Walkerton served as a tavern only for a few years. 
At various times it housed a general store, a voting 
precinct, and a post office. In 1864, as evidenced by 
the somber crimson patina that spots the wooden 
floors, it was used as a Civil War field hospital for 
wounded Union cavalr)'men. From 1857 to 1941, 
it was owned and occupied by the Hopkins family, 
many of whom are buried in the family cemeter)' 
behind the house. In 1936, Ms. Hopkins invited her 
nephew, a young Doug Fleet, to come live with her 
at Walkerton and to go to school in the area. Fleet 



packed up and headed to Glen Allen, where he lived 
off-and-on for several }'ears. 

In 1941 it was sold to George and Ruth Bowles, the 
grandparents of Pratt Cook. As a child, Cook spent 
his weekends at Walkerton, plowing the garden with 
his grandfather, exploring the property, and enjoying 
his grandmother's countr\' breakfasts. As a Hampden- 
Svdne\' student. Cook lived there 



"Because of what 
I learned at Hampden - 
Sydney, lean articulate 

ideas well to clients, 

effectively communicate 

what things will look 

like and what we 

need to get there." 

TOM DAVIS '81 
Restoration contractor 



during the summers. His grandfa- 



ther passed away in 1981, and when 
Cook went off to law school in 
1982, he chose University of Rich- 
mond's TC. WilHams so he could 
live at Walkerton and look after his 
grandmother. That \'ear, Walkerton 
was hit badly by storm damage. Her 
bricks, made on the property, were 
crumbling, and the back wall began 
to bulge. Structural engineers told 
them the house would be unsafe in 
a matter of years, and repairs would 
cost upwards of seven digits. 

The Cooks couldn't reasonabh- 
take on the project but didn't want 
the house to go to ruin. As triends of Doug Fleet, they 
knew of his connections to the house and his dedica- 
tion to historical restoration. When Walkerton went on 
the market, they approached Fleet, then a Trustee. He 
took immediate interest and in 1986 bought the house 
and hired a crew to begin restoration. But he had bad 
luck with the contractors. Over the next seven years, he 
hired and fired three different companies. Frustrated, 
Fleet heard mention of Tom Davis, a Hampden- 
Sydney man who owned a small company called 
Virginia Restoration. Happy to employ the skills ol an 
alumnus. Fleet offered him the job. 

Davis's first task was to undo some of the shoddy 
work of his predecessors. He then reworked the foun- 
dation and repaired the brick. Working closely with 



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Fleet, he meticulously refurbished the house. Mr. Fleet 
died in 1998, but he lived to see the tavern restored to 
today's splendor. Now well known tor its intriguing 
histor)' and impressive design, Walkerton was sold 
to Henrico County, which plans to use it as a site for 
cultural programs. 

For Davis, who has had a penchant for unique 
historical structures ever since his freshman year in 
Stagger Inn, the storied east end of V'enable Fiall, 
W alkerton was "the project of a lifetime." The old 
taverns large Christian door with its cross and 
panels gives immediate evidence of the houses rustic 
elegance. Four large chambers open directly into the 
main hall, and stairs of extraordinary richness ascend 
three runs. On the second floor, a two-segment 
swinging partition, believed to be the only second 
stoPi' movable wall recorded in a 19th-centur\' home 
in Virginia, transforms a hallway and chamber into 
a ballroom. In the floor above this room are metal 
plates, from which a chandelier once hung in the 



ballroom below. When it was time to open or close the 
swinging partition, servants on the third floor would lift 
the metal plate, raising the chandelier enough for the 
wall to swing beneath it. 




|0M DAVIS GOT INTO RESTORATION 
quite by chance. After graduation he worked 
in a bank for two )'ears and earned his MBA at Wake 
Forest. He grew tired of the 9-to-5 routine, however, 
and took on a small part-time project designing and 
restoring the computer literacy classroom at Randolph- 
Macon College. ("Isn't it logical," he asks, "that they 
needed a Hampden-Sydney man lor their work?") 

He did numerous other jobs at Macon, including 
renovating athletic facilities, often working closely 
with Jim Blackburn, former coach and administra- 
tor at Randolph-Macon and now Dean of Students at 
Hampden-Svdney. After finishing the work at R-MC, 
he started an incorporated business. One thing quickly 



Tom Davis on the steps of 
historic Walkerton tavern. 




The three-story open 

staircase is Walkerton's 

grandest feature. 




led to another, and Davis learned much of the trade 
as he went. "My liberal arts background really came 
in handy," he said with r)'pical enthusiasm. "I was 
able to learn all aspects of renovation rather than just 
specialize in one technical skill." Now, he is actively 
in charge of every dimension of the company, from 
accounting, to management, to skilled labor. 

mis TRAINING IN FINANCE and 
economics certainly helps him run the 
business side (though, much to his pleasure, he spends 
the majority of his time in the field). He also credits 
the communication skiUs he learned at the College 
for much of his success. "Because of what I learned 
at Hampden- Sydney, I can articulate ideas well to 
clients, effectively communicate what things will look 
like and what we need to get there," he said. "That's 
something a lot of contractors struggle with." 

Another step in the success story has been Davis's 
work for fellow Hampden-Sydney alumni. In particu- 
lar, helping to galvanize Davis's position in the field 
has been Virginia Restoration's extensive work on 
Claremont, a manor house in Surrey County owned 
by the family of Hampden-Sydney Trustee Roger 
Kirby '88. Davis also renovated Rosemont, located 



on the same plantation, for Roger's brother Wade 
Kirby '80. Since then he has taken on numerous other 
contracts from alumni. 

While at Hampden-Sydney, Davis entertained 
the idea of pursuing architecture school, but he's now 
grateful that he didn't. "I see a lot of unhappy archi- 
tects," he said. "I'd hate to be boxed into one specific 
part of this business. Now, I can do some architectural 
and design work, and still get to do the other stuff." 

Constantly in search of unique and odd projects, 
Davis says that Virginia Restoration will move out of 
contracting and into development. His plan, a refresh- 
ing anomaly in a market driven by suburban houses 
devoid of age and craftsmanship, is to develop restor- 
atively, fixing up existing structures rather than tearing 
them down and building new ones. Also incongruous: 
Davis wants to scale back. He is running three crews, 
which, he says, is one too many. "What I do is vet)' 
custom-oriented, " he said. "I have to be at each job 
ever\' day, and if I get too big, I can't do that." 

Nowadays, Davis's work can be seen on the 
Richmond Garden Tour, on the National Register of 
Historic Places, and in area magazines and reviews, all, 
like Wakerton, offering evidence of his commitment 
to custom craftsmanship and attention to detail. 



1 4 THE T^CORD Of HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE ■ JUNE 2002 



News from around the Campus 

On the Hill 



LEE RICE '01 



HN MARCH 27, the Prime Minister of 
Denmark, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, 
appeared before a packed audience at Crawley Forum 
to detail his meeting with President George Bush the 
day before and oHer his vision of European-Ameri- 
can relations. The Prime Minister, who is also set to 
assume the presidency of the European Union in July, 
was the first sitting head oi state to yisit the College. 
His son, Henrik Rasmussen, is a junior at Hampden- 
Sydney. 

"I take particular pleasure in addressing the facult)' 
and students of this College during my short yisit to 
the United States at the invitation of President Bush," 
said Mr. Rasmussen. "The fact that Henrik sits here 
among you and is a well-known face on campus 



testifies to my strong personal bonds with your great 
nation. I hope you do us credit, son!" 

Mr. Rasmussen praised the stature and benefi- 
cence of the U.S., asserted his country's support for 
our efforts to eradicate terrorism, and expressed his 
optimism about the benefits of a possible European- 
American alliance. 

Trade liberalization and global cooperation, Mr. 
Rasmussen said, are the keys to eliminating terrorism. 
"The fight against poverty and misery in developing 
countries has a direct link to the prevention of conflict 
and terrorism." Invoking the success of the post- 
WWII Marshall Plan, the Prime Minister called for a 
new "Global Deal," under which global free trade and 
increased international aid would perpetuate "peace 




Prime Minister Rasmussen 
and his son Henrik '03. 




Addressing a packed 
audience in Crawley 
Forum, Anders Fogh 
Rasmussen, the Prime 
Minister of Denmark, 
called for international 
cooperation in supporting 
growth in third-world 
countries. 



THE 'KgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



15 



The fight against 
poverty and misery 

in developing 
countries has a direct 
link to the preven- 
tion of conflict and 
terrorism. 

ANDERS FOGH RASMUSSEN 
?r'\me M/n/sfer of Denmark 



and moderation world wide." 

However, Mr. Rasmussen noted, foreign aid 

will not benefit those "miserably governed." Thus, 

in return for better market access for all goods and 
increased aid, he said, "we are entitled to 
demand from the developing countries better 
governance. That means democracy, rule of 
law, respect for human rights, and liberty to 
free exchange of information and news across 
borders." 

Straying briefly from his adamant praise 
and support for the U.S., Mr. Rasmus- 
sen was critical of President Bush's recent 
decision to impose a 30 -percent tariff on 
all steel imports. "Tariffs are a protection 
of inefficient industries. That's a fact," he 
said. "So tariffs will always result in damage 
to economic development and economic 
growth." But he went on to relay his opti- 
mism: "I'm a free trader, and I'm happy 
to inform you that the President declared 

himself a free-trader, as well, yesterday morning. So I 

think the tariffs on steel are temporary." 



,In response to a question by Andrew Walshe 

'02, Mr. Rasmussen offered the Hampden-Sydney 
crowd, according to available sources, the first public 
acknowledgment of a European retribution for Bush's 
decision: "Tomorrow. . .the EU will introduce a 
proposal [indicating that our] response to tariffs on 
steel is that we will impose tariffs on steel." The next 
day the Associated Press reported that the European 
Union had declared between 14.9 and 26 percent 
tariffs. 

After his speech, Mr. Rasmussen met informally 
with faculty and staff, took a student-guided tour of 
the school, and visited his son's dorm room. "He [the 
Prime Minister] told me that he was very impressed 
with the questions asked by students after the speech," 
his son Henrik later reported. 

The visit to Hampden-Sydney College, Mr. 
Rasmussen's only U.S. engagement outside of his 
meeting with President Bush, was sponsored and 
managed by the Wilson Center for Leadership in the 
Public Interest, directed by Elliott Professor of Politi- 
cal Science David Marion. 



Buchanan laments "imminent death of western cultun 



Fat Bucban 



m 



L crowd of several 



lESTERN CIVILIZATION, Patrick J. 
Buchanan told the audience in Crawley 
Forum, is in peril. Senior advisor to three presidents 
and twice a candidate himself for the Republican 
nomination, Buchanan spoke to a crowd of several 
hundred on April 3 about 
the theories put forth in his 
new book, The Death of the 
West: How Mass Immigm- 
tion, Depopulation and a Dying 
Faith are Killing Our Culture and 
Country. 

Following an introduction by 
Kevin Turner '02, president of the 
College Republicans, Buchanan 
was greeted with thunder- 
ous applause. The "gracious 
introduction" reminded him 
of a speech he gave in defense 
of Richard 





Nixon during the Watergate scandal. "I was the only 
one who didn't have to consult a parole officer" to go 
out and make the speech, he said. 

But the conservative pundit's tone soon changed as 
he expounded on the threats to Western civilization 
as detailed in his "pessimistic book." Known for his 
staunch, often controversial, nationalism, Buchanan 
lamented the political correctness and multicultural- 
ism prominent in today's political thought. "The 
fundamental theme of multiculturalism now is anti- 
American culture, anti-Western culture," he said. 

Buchanan cited that Western people 
make up about 16 percent of the 
world's population, down from 30 
percent in 1950. Furthermore, he feels 
an aging population will compound 
this decline. By his calculations, 
which are based on current birth 
trends calculated by the U.N., people 
of northern European descent will 
make up only 2 to 3 percent of the 




ABOVE; On February 1, during the winter meeting of the Board of Trtistees, Hampden- Sydney College officially opened 
a new 48.000 -square-foot, $2-million facility for the Department of Buildings and Grounds. The new facility 
consolidates maintenance operations and storage formerly spread over eight freestanding buildings, four container 
trailers, and storage areas in four residence halls. The new warehouse area alone is approximately the size of two 
basketball courts; inventory is computer-tracked using scanners. 

Thomas L. Gregory (above left). Director of Physical Plant, and President Walter M. Bortz III (right) spoke at the 
dedication of the neiv Buildings and Grounds facility on campus. Between them stand (from left to right) Trustees Earl 
Lockwood, Camm Morton '73, and George Cartledge '63. Behind President Bortz is William Boinest '54, Chairman 
of the Board of Trustees. 




world's population by the end of the centur\-. Mean- 
while, Islamic and third world countries are experienc- 
ing rapid population growth. 

Buchanan sees this countr)'"s 
immigration trends, especially in 
regard to our porous border with 
Mexico, as the coup de grace for an 
already waning civilization. "The 
people who come here are not told to 
integrate but to keep their culture," 
he said. "People used to come here to 
be Americans, but now they simply 
want jobs." 

Another agent acting against 
Western civilization, he warned, 
is a war against the past. "There 
are attacks on old heroes, not just 
Confederates like Lee and Jack- 
son. ... It is also against Christopher 
Columbus. Washington and Jefferson are called evil 
because thev owned slaves. This cultural revolution. 



It is Hampden- 

Sydney'sjob to be 

the remnant that 

preserves American 

culture until the 

rest of America 

wakes up. 

PAT BUCHANAN 
Conservof/ve commentator 



is demonizing America's past. " 

With 'a dying population, overwhelming immi- 
gration, de-Christianization, and 
a tremendous war on the past," he 
feels our culture is being effaced. 
When asked what could be done to 
remedy these ostensible ailments, 
Buchanan replied, "One example 
is right here at Hampden-Sydney." 
It is our job, he told the audience, 
"to be the remnant that preserves 
American culture until the rest of 
America wakes up." 

The public program was spon- 
sored by the Hampden-Sydney 
College Republicans, the Young 
American's Foundation, The 
Wilson Center for Leadership in 
^^^^^^""^ the Public Interest, the Hampden- 
Sydney Lectures and Programs Committee, the 
President's Office, and the Dean of Students' Office. 





Hampden-Sydney students stand in their completed shelter. 



Service trip to Belize tests students' resourcefulness 



|HILE MOST STUDENTS spent their 
hard-earned spring break combing beaches 
or relaxing at home, a certain group of twelve students 
was raising trusses of lumber in the jungles of Belize, 
miles from electricity or running water. 

The participants in this endeavor — Reid Andrews 
'04, Nick Beazley '03, Greg Behringer '03, Michael 
Birch '04, Christian Gartner '04, Zach Hunt '04, 
Wes Lawson '04, Judson McAdams '04, Drew 
Mcllreavy '03, Kerr Ramsay '03, and Winston Read 
'04, along with Associate Dean of Students David 
Klein '78 — are all affiliated with the Society of '91, 
Hampden-Sydney's Student Leadership Program. 

The impetus for the trip came during the Society's 
annual weekend retreat. Each September, students 
board vans and head to bucolic Camp Friendship 
in Palmyra, Virginia, to discuss leadership and 
to engage in team building and problem solving 
exercises. An appearance by Rev. Ben Mathes is a 
regular feature. Mathes is the president and founder 
of Rivers of the World (ROW), an international 
exploration and development agency that uses rivers 
as a way to provide much needed succor to people in 
third-world countries. ROW volunteers, 500 strong, 
provide various services; recently, they have built a 
water system for a remote village, a hospital in the 
worn-torn Congo, and various libraries, churches, and 
radio stations. Mathes is always a popular speaker. 



but this year in particular, his exotic tales were fodder 
for twelve adventuresome spirits. After talking about 
his most recent mission in Belize, a strangely eclectic 
country in Central America, Mathes said to the group, 
"You guys are welcome to come down and help. " 

Several of the students immediately began pursuing 
the possibility and went to Dean Klein for support. 
"These guys became really intent on making this 
happen," said Dean Klein, a personal friend of Mathes 
and a director in the Society of '91. "I didn't even fan 
the embers; this was all student-initiated." 

The Society of '91 and the Wilson Center for 
Leadership in the Public Interest, headed by Elliott 
Professor of Political Science David Marion, provided 
institutional support for the plan. After a good deal of 
effort and organization, the trip was slated for spring 
break. On that Sunday morning, the group arrived 
in the town of Orange Walk. There they boarded 
powerboats and took a 24 -mile trip on the New River 
through the jungle to Lamanai ("Submerged Croco- 
dile"). Just a few miles into the trip, students had their 
first experience with a phenomenon ostensibly endemic 
to Belize — technical difficulty. The guide for one of 
the boats was already having problems running both 
engines simultaneously. Then they ran into a large 
wooden pallet in the water. They had given away their 
only paddle to fishermen in a dangerously crude boat 
(literally a floating box) when they bent their prop on 



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the pallet and began stalling. With crocodiles visible 
on [he banks, the powerboats managed to limp down 
the river. And, facing a more benign challenge, they 
dealt with the resident howler monkey, which seemed 
to take an unusual pleasure in harassing the group. 
Once in Lamanai, the\- witnessed the largest ruin ot 
the pre-classic Mavan world. 

After camping for the night the students took a 
rustv bus to Honey Cut, a remote 3 -acre compound 
on a fresh water lagoon. (In what 
would be his first of many displays 
of mechanical prowess. Drew 
Mcllrea\\' repaired the bus when 
the emergency brakes seized up 
midway through the trip.) For the 
next several days, the students slept 
in tents, woke around 5:30 a.m., 
bathed in the lagoon, and worked 
all dav constructing the root ot 
a dining hall tor what will be a 



Along with faulty boat engines, locking emergency 
brakes, and a temperamental generator, the group's 
rented conversion van posed more mechanical prob- 
lems. After having a series of flat tires, the van, whose 
second odometer read 250,000 miles, caught on fire. 
Mcllreavy once again rose to the challenge, repairing 
the damages with only a small multi-tool and electric 



tape. 



It was an honor 

to be with such 

fine young men. 

They can go 

anywhere 



church camp and training site for 
more difficult ROW expeditions 
(e.g., the Congo). 

In addition to the sweltering 
heat and bloodthirsty insects, the students faced the 
challenges posed by heav)', wet, rough-cut lumber. 
The}- lifted the larger pieces via the "Egyptian 
method" and often had to pre-drill before hammer- 
ing. "We probably kept the nail company in business," 
said Mcllveary, fingering one of the many nails that 
broke that week. After a hard da\' of work, the group 
would board their van and head to the house of ROW 
volunteer Reverend Roldan Rios for dinner. 



with me. 

BEN MATHES 
M\%s\on Leader 



Students witnessed oddities such as tarantulas and 
scorpions. They were also exposed 
to another phenomenon foreign to 
them: life in a third world country. 
Belizeans live in slanted houses on 
crates, with tapestries for windows 
and chickens and goats wandering 
everpvhere. Spending their days 
without running water or electric- 
ity gave students a small, ephem- 
eral taste of this lifestyle. "The 
outhouse was a new experience," 
several commented. 

Among other new experiences, 
students dined on gibnut, a large 



nocturnal rodent found in the 
jungles of Belize. "It was some of the best barbecue 
I've ever had," said Zach Hunt. "But then I was pretty 
hungry." 

Klein hopes students in next year's program will 
initiate another trip to Belize and that this service 
mission will become a regular feature of the Society 
of '91 program. Mathes welcomes the idea: "It was an 
honor to be with such fine young men," he said. "They 
can go anywhere with me." 




Student-volunteers in 
Belize. On roof (left to 
right): Drew Mcllreavy 
'03, Kerr Ramsay '03, 
Wes Lawson '04. Standing: 
Christian Gartner '04, 
Greg Behringer '03, Zach 
Hunt '04 (in window). 
Associate Dean of Students 
David Klein '78, Nick 
Beazley '03, Landon 
Moore '03, Michael Birch 
'04, Reid Andrews '04 (in 
window), Judson McAd- 
ams '04, Winston Read 
'04, and Ben Mathes, 
mission leader. 



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Founders Weekend at Kingsmilll 




Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. 
'51 (left) and Roberta 
Crawley at Founders Week- 
end at Kingsmill. 



HN MARCH 23, 2002, the Society of 
Founders held its annual spring weekend 
event at Kingsmill in Williamsburg. Following the 
invocation by Henry McVey III '57, Johnny Ellis 
'70 presented the Keating Medallion. Established 
in 1986 by James J. Keating '56, the Medallion 
is awarded each year in recognition of outstanding 
service and extraordinary dedication to the College. 
This year Thomas Allen '60 received the honor, 
putting him in the small cadre of exceptional 
individuals who have won both the James J. Keating 
Medallion and the Algernon Sydney Sullivan 
Medallion. 

During his time on the Hill, Mr. Allen was a 
member of Omicron Delta Kappa, Eta Sigma Phi, 
and Phi Beta Kappa. And, Mr. Ellis said, "The Kappa 
Sigs survived his having served as their president." 
Mr. Allen went on to earn his law degree from the 
University of Virginia. He has served the community 
of Richmond through his vigorous leadership in civic, 
charitable, and cultural agencies and institutions. 
Among his many philanthropic pursuits, Mr. Allen 
chaired the 1994 and 2000 campaigns for the United 
Way of Richmond, and he chaired the Trustees Coun- 
cil of the Boys and Giris Clubs of Richmond. 



Mr. Allen is a three-term member of the 
Hampden- Sydney College Board of Trustees, serving 
as chairman of the Student Affairs and Board Affairs 
Committees. He was also a member of the Executive 
and Corporations & Foundations Committees of the 
Campaign to Sustain the Mission and was vice-chair- 
man of the Major Gifts Committee. 

Following the presentation of the award. President 
Walter M. Bortz addressed the Founders. Dr. Bortz 
announced that the College is organizing what will 
become known as the Quality Enhancement Planning 
Committee, "a group that includes alumni, parents, 
friends of the College, Trustees, students, faculty, 
staff and administrators with the charge of looking 
ahead — based upon where we have been — and laying 
out a vision for the future and a step-by-step process 
by which to achieve the vision." 

After introducing the Glee Club, which had just 
returned from their European performance tour. 
Dr. Bortz made another special declaration: "I am 
delighted to announce this evening that through 
the generosity of Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '51, the 
College is establishing the Dr. Edward and Roberta 
Crawley Glee Club Scholarship. This scholarship is to 
be awarded annually, commencing in fall of 2002, to 
a financially needy student who actively participates 
in the College Glee Club and is an exemplar of those 
qualities of scholarship, community service, and musi- 
cal appreciation exemplified by the lives of Ned and 
Roberta Crawley." 

The Hampden-Sydney Glee Club, under the 
conductorship of Dr. Lewis Worthington, visiting 
assistant professor of music, helped celebrate the new 
scholarship with a spirited performance. 




RIGHT: Bill and Jane Boinest 
'54 with President Bortz. 



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The family of Robert 
Richardson '38 with Milos 
Mihajlovic '04 (fifth from 
lefi), who holds the Rich- 
ardson Scholarship. 



Scholarship Reception gathers students and donors 




lOR STUDENTS WHO RELY on merit 
and need-based aid, the name attached to 
their scholarship may be little more than rubric. For 
those friends and alumni endowing such scholarships, 
their worthy beneficiaries are often abstractions. But 
this isn't the case at Hampden-Sydnev. The College's 
annual scholarship reception humanizes this process 
by bringing together scholarship donors and their 
recipients. As numerous students, alumni, and friends 
of the College will attest, the event is heartwarming 
and gratifi'ing, and it is often the starting point of 
life-long friendships. 

Many donors, like Robert Richardson '38, find 
that endowing a scholarship is the perfect way to help 
deserving students, invest in the future of Hampden- 
Sydney, and honor a loved one. Mr. Richardson and 
his wife, Elizabeth, established "The George Rich- 
ardson, Jr. '10 Scholarship" in memor}' of his father. 
George Richardson, Jr., was born in FarmviUe and, 
after graduating from Hampden-Sydney, moved to 
Bluefield, West Virginia, where he passed the state's 
bar exam. He established the law firm of Richard- 
son & Kemper and served as president of the West 
Virginia Bar Association and the West Virginia State 
Bar. He was active in Chamber of Commerce work, 
the Boy Scouts of America, and the Bluefield Rotary 
Club. The late Mr. Richardson was a dedicated and 
beloved alumnus of the College; in 1938 he made the 
commencement address to the graduating class of 



Hampden-Sydney and in 1963 the College awarded 
him an honorary Doctor of Laws degree. For Robert 
Richardson, inheritor of this dedication to 
Hampden-Sydney, a scholarship in his father's 
name is a fitting tribute. 

Established in April 2000, The George 
Richardson, Jr. '10 Scholarship is reserved 
for students in good academic standing and 
of good character who demonstrate financial 
need and who have completed their freshman 
year. It was first awarded in fall 2000, and the 
first recipient, Milos Mihajlovic '04, was able 
to meet the Richardsons at this spring's recep- 
tion in Crawley Forum. 

The Richardson family used the reception 
as an opportunity for a reunion, so Milos was 
able to meet the extended family. "I met them 
all at once — it was a little intimidating at 
first," Milos said. "But after a minute, it was 
completely comfortable. They're all such nice 
people." For Milos, putting a face with the money that 
helps make it possible for him to attend Hampden- 
Sydney was a meaningful experience, and a motivat- 
ing one. "It put pressure on me to work even harder," 
he said. "I want to make sure I earn their support." 

The experience also galvanized Milos' desire to 
give back to the College. "I'm definitely going to help 
students at Hampden-Sydney after I graduate," he 
said. "I know first-hand how important this is." 



I'm definitely 

going to help 

students at 

Hampden - Sydney 

after I graduate; 

I know first-hand 

how important 

this is. 

MILOS MIHAiLOVIC '04 
Scholarship recipient 



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Visiting executives: two industrious alumni 



m 



iAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE'S 
Entrepreneurship Society is dedicated to 
giving students fitst-hand experience witii business 
leaders. Each year, under the aegis of the Society, the 
Visiting Executives Program brings to campus alumni 
who have successfully launched organized business 
ventures. Speaking on topics relevant to capitalism 
and offering testimonies of their success, visiting 
executives afford aspiring students valuable advice 
and serve as models of how a traditional liberal arts 
education is preparation for leadership in business. 
Joining a list of other successful entrepreneurs from 
companies such as AOL, East Coast Oil, BB&T, and 
Crutchfield, two alumni shared their stories with the 
Society this year. 

Rick Harris '82 

On October 2, 2001, Rick Hatris brought to bear his 
experience as vice president of product management 
and business development for Global Food Exchange 
in Atlanta, a leading collaborative supply chain 
internet start-up which he helped found in 1999. 
He spoke about international business, the benefits 
of large and small business environments, and 



specialization. 

For several years, Harris worked for Dole Foods 
in Costa Rica. He left that idyllic location to capital- 
ize on a business plan that promised to revolutionize 
the food industt)'. Unlike traditional models where 
food growers and processors rely on paper shuffling 
and telephone calls to distribute perishable foods, 
Harris's start-up uses the Internet to teduce spoilage 
and miscommunication, and the company's site offers 
a stable arena in which to negotiate ptices, quantities, 
shipping logistics, and billing. That use ot technology 
has resulted in millions of dollars in increased capital 
each year. 

Although a firm believer in the Internet, Harris 
warned his audience of the naive "if-you-build-it- 
they-will-come" mentality that promises to destroy 
many of the dot.com ventures currently flooding the 
market. "Thete is no substitute lot peisonal customer 
service and responsiveness to local needs," he said. 

Hatris began his cateer in business as an agricul- 
tutal loan specialist at the International Division of 
The Chemical Bank in New York. An English major, 
he found the initial stages of his ttaining difficult. 
Competing against business majors from \vy Leagues 



Entrepreneurship Society 

President Meade Stone 

'03 (at left) presents 

a Hampden- Sydney 

sweatshirt to Rick Harris 

'82, who spoke as a 

Visiting Executive. 




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schools, Harris "didn't 
even know on which side 
of the balance sheet to 
put the assets." But by the 
second halt otthe course, 
when they were all facing 
unfamiliar material, he 
found that the commu- 
nication and analytic 
skills he acquired from 
Hampden-Sydney put him 
at a marked advantage. 
"By the end, when we had 
to write complicated risk 
analyses on our own, the 
business majors were left 
in the back of the class," 
he said. He went on to 
Har\ard Business School, 
where he made his contacts 
in the food industr)'. 

In addition to thanking his 
professors tor their rigorous writing 
standards, Harris, former editor of 
the Garnet, also spoke of his time 
working on the literary magazine 
with Director of Publications 
Dr. Richard McClintock. "The 
creativity Richard and Deborah 
McClintock fostered has truly 
helped me be innovative and adapt- 
able in the business world," he said. 
"And those are kev components to 
success." 




People will tell 

you to work hard. 

But the real 

message about 

the future is this, 

guys: you're going 

to lose your hair. 

JOHN CURRENCE '87 
Award-winning chef 



A 



John Currence '87 

Appearing on campus on March 26, John Currence 
was the second visiting executive sponsored this 
academic year by the Entrepreneurship Society. 
Currence, now the owner and chef of City Grocery 
in Oxford, Mississippi, gave a talk entitled "Sex, 
Drugs, and Rock and Roll: The Roundabout Journey 
to Responsibility and Success in Spite of Myself" 
which told of his rapid descent from privileged college 
student and musician to dishwasher and his almost 
equally rapid rise from kitchen help to award-winning 
restaurateur. 

"You can do whatever you want to do, despite 
the bumps along the way," he told the group in the 
Old Tiger Inn. After an admittedly lackliister college 
career, Currence's future wasn't exactly hopeful. 

But analytical and communications skills, learned 



at Hampden-Sydney, 
let him advise and speak 
for people he worked 
with; soon national 
associations were asking 
him to volunteer. 

"One day I woke 
up and said, 'Hell, 
I'm about to become 
a leader,'" he said. 
Currence decided that 
he would start his 
own restaurant, and 
he aspired to create 
a "special workplace 
unlike any kitchen I'd 
been in before" (one 
that was free of negative 
tension and substance 
abuse). Currence 
trained in Chapel Hill 
and New Orleans and by 1995, 
after a risky financial investment 
and an extraordinary amount of 
hard work, he became owner and 
executive chef of City Grocery, 
Oxford's premiere restaurant. That 
same year City Grocery won the 
prestigious James Beard Founda- 
tion Rising Star of American 
Cuisine Award. In 1997 he was 
recognized by the Mississippi 
Restaurant Association as Restau- 
rateur of the Year. In 2000 and 
2001 he received the Wine Spectator hsNixA of Excel- 
lence, and in 1995, 1997, and 2001, he was invited to 
New York to cook for fundraising events for the James 
Beard Foundation. He has been hailed in numerous 
national publications, and he now owns three other 
restaurants and a catering business. 

"I'm one of the luckiest men you'll ever meet; I get 
CO make a living doing what I love," he said. And to 
Currence, that is the key to successful leadership in 
business. "Leadership is all about passion," he told the 
group, "pursuing your vision and convincing other 
people to catch that vision." 

The story of Currence's atypical rise to the top 
of his field offered members of the Entrepreneurship 
Society invaluable insights about the philosophies 
necessary for a successful business venture. 

But, he said, quick to emphasize the pragmatics of 
hard work, "The real message about the future is this, 
guys: you're going to lose your hair." 



John Currence '87 in the 
kitchen of his flagship 
restaurant, City Grocery 
in Oxford, Mississippi. 
Currence was a Visiting 
Executive in March. 



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TOP: Conductor Lewis 

Worthi?igton leads the Glee 

Club as they rehearse in 

the 12th-century Eglise 

St-Severin in the Latin 

Quarter in Paris. 

ABOVE: The Glee Club 
gathers in front of the 
Eiffel Tower in Paris. 

ABOVE RIGHT: Relaxing at a 
sideivalk cafe in the 14th- 
century Marche of Rouen. 



The Glee Club sings its way across France 



On March 8, the Glee Club of Hampden-Sydney 
College set off on a spring performance tour in 
France. The group of 40 students, along with 
conductor Dr. Lewis Worthington, visiting assistant 
professor of music, and accompanist Dr. James Kidd, 
Barger Professor of Music, spent their spring break 
singing for French audiences in some of the world's 
most storied cathedrals. The 
trip, which brought international 
recognition to the College and 
is emblematic of the Glee Club's 
recent success, was made possible 
by alumni donations. 

Upon arriving in Paris, the 
group nursed their jetlag and took 
guided tours of the city. On the 
second day, after a quick rehearsal, 
they performed ro a large audience 
amidst the soaring Gothic archi- 
tecture of Eglise St-Severin. After 
traveling north to Rouen, they 



The cathedrals were 

^and and noble. 

We loved singing 

in them. We would 

have been happy just 

to rehearse there. 

LEWIS WORTHINGTON 
G/ee C\uh conductor 



their repertoire while Dr. Kidd accompanied them 
on a 15th-century pipe organ. Next, it was off to 
Arras. After touring the city's medieval underground 
catacombs and labyrinth, they sang at Amiens' 
Notre-Dame cathedral, the largest Gothic building in 
Europe. 

The group was enthusiastically received. French 

audiences were particularly fond of 
American folk music and spiritu- 
als {e.g., "Little Innocent Lamb " 
and "Poor Man Lazarus"). But, as 
Worthington noted, the cathedrals 
were so sublime, it was hard to 
notice there were even listeners. 
"We'd have been happy just to 
rehearse there." 

The Glee Club finished its 
2002 Spring Tour with a perfor- 
mance for Founders Weekend at 
Kingsmill in Williamsburg. Later 
in April rhey also sang at Mary 



performed in the famous Cathedrale Notre-Dame. 
Standing in the intricately designed choir where Joan 
of Arc was sentenced to death, the Glee Club sang 



Baldwin College and for the Patrick Henry Society 
at Hampden-Sydney. They gave their final concert of 
the academic year on April 27 in Crawley Forum. 



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News from the classroom and beyond 

Faculty Activities: From Diversity 
Training to Shakespeare's Sonnets 



C. WAYNE TUCKER, PROFESSOR OF CLASSICS 



HBOOK BY James A. Arieti (Classics) and 
Patrick A. Wilson (Philosophy), tenta- 
tively entitled Can This Maniage Be Saved: Recon- 
ciling God and Science from the Invention of Science 
in Ancient Miletus to Today, has been accepted for 
publication b\- Rowman & Littlefield Publisher, Inc. 
The book should be out at the end ot this year or the 
beginning of 2003. In early January, at the annual 
meeting of the American Philological Association in 
Philadelphia, Arieti and Shirley Kagan (Fine Arts) 
gave a paper on "The Philoctetes :n Hanipden-Sydney." 
Later in the same month, Arieti presented an invited 
lecture on "The Origin of Ethics as a Branch of 
Philosophy" at North Carolina State University. 

The December issue oi Review of Austrian 
Economics contains an essay on "Expectations in 
Austrian Business Cycle Theorv: An Application of 
the Prisoners Dilemma" by Anthony M. Carilli and 
Gregory M. Dempster (Economics). Carilli's review 



of Calculation and Coordination: Essays on Socialism and 
Transitional Political Economy by Peter J. Boettke was 
published in the December issue oi Economic Affairs. 
Carilli organized and chaired a session on "Research in 
Empirical Austrian Economics" for the Society for the 
Development of Austrian Economics at the Southern 
Economics Association meetings in Tampa, Florida, in 
November. 

Claire E. Deal (Rhetoric) is directing the second 
year ot Communicating Common Ground (CCG), 
a service-learning project involving students in her 
Small Group Communication course and students at 
Prince Edward County Middle School. Once a week, 
Hampden-Sydney men meet with middle-school 
students to explore diversity issues, with the goal of 
fostering communities where diversity is celebrated and 
where hate, in any form, is not tolerated. The College's 
students lead a small group of students in activities, 
crafts projects, role-plays, and discussion. This real- 




Shirley Kagan (Fine Arts) 




lUILI 





Under the direction of 
Claire E. Deal (Rhetoric), 
the College's students meet 
once a week with a small 
group of students at Prince 
Edward County Middle 
School to explore issues 
related to diversity. With 
students (above) is Michael 
Anderson '03, and (at left) 
Andre Gregory '01 (now 
a teacher at the Middle 
School), Caleb Varner 
'02, biology professor Anne 
Lund, Chris Stanberry '04, 
and Kevin Tucker '02. 



THE Tl^CORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE ■ JUNE 2002 25 



Edward W. Devlin (Biol- 
ogy) at the Eden Project, a 
massive series of high-tech 
biospheres in the southwest 
corner of England. 



Caroline S. Emmons 
(History) is an expert on 
Harry T. Moore, head of 
the Florida branch of the 
NAACP, killed in 1951. 





world component of the Small Group Communica- 
tion course allows the men to put principles into 
practice while building a strong relationship between 
the College and the Farmville community. Hampden- 
Sydney s participation in the Program, a national 
initiative involving over forty colleges and universities, 
was showcased by Deal in November at the meeting of 
the National Communication Association (NCA) in 
Atlanta. Deal serves on the CCG National Leadership 
Team, with the primary responsibility of maintaining 
the CCG web pages, located on the NCA's website. 
In collaboration with Kenneth D. Lehman (History) 
and Lewis R. Worthington (Fine Arts), Deal gave a 
faculty workshop on the use of Microsoft PowerPoint 
in the classroom for the Teachers Talking About Tech- 
nology series sponsored by Eggleston Library. 

Edward W. Devlin (Biology) went on sabbatical 
over the summer and fall semesters of 2001. From 
May to August he researched the process of cell divi- 
sion in early embryos oiXenopus, the African clawed 
frog. Injecting a fluorescent dye, or "marker," into 
unfertilized Xenopus eggs allowed him to watch as 
new cell membrane was added to the cell surface at 
the cleavage furrow; the marker shows up under a 
type of fluorescence microscopy called confocal laser 
scan microscopy. The laboratory research, performed 
at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, 
was funded by both an NSF Research Opportunity 
Award Grant and a Hampden-Sydney College 
Summer Research Grant. Devlin also attended 
workshops and teacher-training programs 
in yoga at the Omega Institute in upstate 
New York; he is a nationally certified yoga 
teacher with the Yoga Alliance and is 
offering a free weekly Power Yoga class to 
students, staff and friends of Hampden- 
Sydney. Also, Devlin visited the southwest 
corner of England, where he spent several 
days at the Eden Project, a massive series of 



high-tech biospheres. The Eden Project's mission is to 
"promote the understanding and responsible manage- 
ment of the vital relationship between plants, people, 
and resources, leading towards a sustainable future for 
all." In addition to finding useful material for his Prin- 
ciples of Biology class, Devlin was also able to explore 
the English countryside and visit ancient sites from the 
late stone, bronze, and iron ages. 

Thomas E. DeWolfe (Psychology) contributed 
two articles for the revised edition oiMagill's Survey 
of Social Science: Psychology. One article consists of an 
extensive updated revision of his article "Abnormality: 
legal models," which appeared in the first edition of the 
Survey a decade ago. The second is a new article review- 
ing the California Psychological Inventory. 

The National Human Genome Research Institute at 
the National Institutes of Health has invited Michael J. 
Dougherty (Biology) to join the Initial Review Group 
of the Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications Subcom- 
mittee. The group is responsible for evaluating research 
proposals that deal with the implications of genome 
research and for making funding recommendations. 
In November, Dougherty accompanied senior biol- 
ogy-math major Justin D. Ellett '02 to the meeting 
of the Virginia branch of the American Society for 
Microbiology in Richmond. Ellett presented a poster 
("Determining Copy Number oi Bacillus thuringiensis 
Toxin and Green Fluorescent Protein Genes in Trans- 
genic Brassica") that covers some of the honors research 
he has conducted while working in Dougherty's lab. 
Dougherty wrote a review of Taboo: Why Black Athletes 
Dominate Sports and Why We're Afraid to Talk About 
It: the review was published in the Quarterly Review of 



At the annual conference of the Group for Early 
Modern Cultural Studies in Philadelphia last fall, 
Matthew R. Dubroff (Fine Arts) presented a paper on 
"Psycho-Physical Poetry: Sonnet Acting." In February 
he presented "Noh and Kabuki: Theatre Traditions of 
Japan" at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center in Newport 
News. The lecture-demonstration was followed by a 
series of workshops at Huntington Middle School and 
Lafayette High School, where students were introduced 
to Japanese performance techniques. 

An essay by Caroline S. Emmons (History) on 
Harry T Moore, head of the Florida branch of the 
NAACP who was killed in 1951, will be included in an 
anthology of essays about early civil rights leaders to be 
published by New York University Press. In Febru- 
ary, Emmons presented a paper entitled "Poison in the 
Sunshine? Boycott Florida! Northern Tourists and the 
Origins of the Civil Rights Movement in Florida" at the 



26 THE TiECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



Allen Morris Conference on the History ot Florida 
and the AtLmtic World, held in Tallahassee. 

Chandra L. Gigliotti-Guridi (Library) is vice 
chair/chair-elect of the Mid-Atlantic Innovative Users 
Group. (Innovative Interfaces Inc. is the name ot the 
company whose software is used for the Eggleston 
Library's on-line electronic catalogue.) The organiza- 
tion was formed in 1999 as a regional users group for 
Innovative libraries in the Mid-Atlantic states. As vice 
chair, Gigliotti-Guridi organized the annual confer- 
ence in October at Temple University in Philadelphia. 
The conference attracted approximately 150 profes- 
sional and para-professional librarians and featured 
speakers from academic, special, and public libraries. 
Gigliotti-Guridi is now planning next fall's confer- 
ence, to be held at Widener University School of Law 
in Wilmington, Delaware; at that conference she will 
assume the duties of chair of the organization. 

Sarah B. Hardy (English) gave a paper at the 
December Modern Language Association Meet- 
ing in New Orleans. The paper, "New Labyrinths: 
A Comparatist Enters Cyberspace, " was for a panel 
entitled "A New Generation of Comparatists. " There 
also Hardy and George F. Bagby (English) spent 
two days interviewing candidates for the position in 
Renaissance literature in the Department of English. 

At the March meeting ot the Eastern Psychological 
Association in Boston, Robert T. Herdegen (Psychol- 
ogy) and Jonathan D. Meeks '02 presented a paper 
on "Music Enhances Performance of but not Recovery 
from a Non-Aerobic Exercise," based on a study the 
senior did last summer under Herdegen's supervi- 
sion. To evaluate the effects of music on non-aerobic 
exercise, twelve college students gripped 45-pound 
weightlifting plates by the edges on three consecu- 
tive days, two trials per day, while listening to music, 
nature sounds, or nothing. Participants were able to 
hold the weights longer while listening to music, but 
ratings of exertion and perceived duration did not 
differ across conditions. The results suggest that music 
has beneficial effects for performance, though none 
for recovery. 

Shirley Kagan (Fine Arts) presented a paper, 
"Sonnet 1: From Stage to Screen," as part of a the 
panel on "Suscitating Shakespeare's Sonnets" at the 
Group for Early Modern Studies conference held in 
Philadelphia in November. In addition to Kagan, the 
panel was made up of Hampden-Sydney colleagues 
Joan E. McRae (Modern Languages), who chaired 
the panel, Matthew R. Dubroff (Fine Arts), James C. 
Kidd (Fine Arts), and Peter M. Mitias (Economics), 
as well as former colleague James M. Schiffer, who is 



now English chair at Northern Michigan University. 

The influence of David Dodge Lewis (Fine Arts) 
on fellow artist Ephraim Rubenstein was recognized in 
an article, "Taming the Beast," in the March issue of 
American Artist. Rubenstein teaches at the Art Students' 
League of New York and the Maryland Institute, 
College of Art in Baltimore. According to the article, 
"By monitoring his experimentation, [Rubenstein] 
refines his practice of a process he has been playing with 
for nearly a decade, since Lewis demonstrated the tech- 
nique for one of Rubenstein's classes." Of his current 
work, Rubenstein says, "[I]t wasn't until this series that 
I felt I had completely assimilated what David did and 
made it my own technique." In the spring, Lewis again 
gave presentations on the technique at the Art Students' 
League of New York and at Winthrop University in 
South Carolina. 

David E. Marion (Political Science) moderated a 
program on homeland security in mid-November at 
the Prince Edward Middle School. Featured speakers 
included the Adjutant General of the Virginia National 
Guard and the Deputy Secretary of Public Safety for 
the State of Virginia. Marion served as a judge in the 
state finals of the "We the People . . . Constitutional 
Issues" program on February 5. The competition, held 
in Richmond, included students from nine high schools 
representing various congressional districts in the state. 
Marion's book on the late Justice William Brennan has 
received a Choice Outstanding Academic Book Award. 

An essay on "Hemingway and the Enduring Appeals 
of Battle" by Lawrence H. Martin (English) was 
published in North Dakota Quarterly's summer 2001 
special issue on Ernest Hemingway; the essay concerns 
the tension between the negative representation of war 
in the writing of Hemingway and his own eagerness to 
participate in combat. The essay will also be included 
in a collection of Hemingway articles to be published in 
2003 by the United States Air Force Academy. 

At the annual National Institute on the Teaching 
of Psychology in St. Petersburg, Florida, in January, 
Daniel G. Mossier (Psychology) presented a paper, 
co-written with Daniel R. Gill '02 and University of 
Connecticut Professor Preston A. Britner, on "The 
relationship between traditional predictors of success 
in college and measures of critical thinking, learn- 
ing style, and emotional intelligence." Mossier also 
participated in several workshops, including one on 
the peer review of teaching. In March, at the meet- 
ing of the Eastern Psychological Association, Mossier 
and his students presented several research reports; 
among those co-authored by Mossier were "The use of 
emotional intelligence (EQi) subscales to predict success 



THF .niRI.SPRIIDFNCF. OF .11 ISTICF, 




David Marion's book 
on the late Justice 
William Brennan 
has received a Choice 
Outstanding Academic 
Book Award. 



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In the March issue of 

American Artist, noted 

artist Ephraim Ruberistein 

credits the influence of 

David Dodge Lewis (Fitte 

Arts) on his present work. 



in college" with Clinton B. Lukhard '02, Gill, and 
Britner; "A comparison of expectations, nurturing 
behavior and attitudes about punishment in a clinical 
and normal sample" with John C. (Skipper) Dozier 
'02 and University of Virginia professor R. S. Marvin; 
and "Empathy and attitudes towards men and women 
as predictors of jurors' verdicts in sexual assault cases" 
with Gill and Dann L. Cahoon '03. 

Thomas J. O'Grady (English) has been awarded 
an Individual Artist Fellowship in Poetry for 2002 by 
the Virginia Commission for the Arts. His new collec- 
tion. The Same Earth, The Same Sky: New and Selected 
Poems and Translations, has been accepted by Tryon 
Press of Chapel Hill for publication in September. 
O'Grady also has poems in Chrysalis, Modern Poetry 
in Translation, The Connecticut Review, and Ai'temis. 

At the Southern Historical Association's annual 
meeting in New Orleans in November, C. Kirk Pilk- 
ington (History) presented a paper entitled "Between 
Revolution and Independence: Southerners, Slavery, 
and National Policy During the 1820s," which is the 
basis for an article that he is writing. 

An article on "American Foreign Policy and the 
Victory of Liberal Democracy" by James F. Pontuso 
(Political Science) was published in the sixth edition 
of Readings in American Government (Mary P. Nichols 
and David K. Nichols, eds.). Pontuso also has a review 
of Alexandre Kojeve's Outline of a Phenomenology of 
Right (Bryan-Paul Frost and Robert Howse, trans.) 
in the spring 2001 issue oi Perspectives on Political 
Science. 

Last November, Herbert J. Sipe, Jr., (Chemistry) 
attended the eighth annual meeting of the Oxygen 
Society in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. 
The Oxygen Society is a constituent member of the 
International Society for Free Radical Research. Sipe 
also attended daily sessions of the "Sunrise Free Radi- 
cal School," held every morning of the meeting. 

A book entitled El convento de las Trinitarias 
Descalzasy la vida de sorMarcela by Susan M. Smith 
(Modern Languages) has been published. The book 
is an edited and annotated transcription of two 
seventeenth-century Spanish manuscripts from the 
Convent of San Ildefonso in Madrid. Last December 
Smith presented a paper at the annual meeting of 
the Modern Language Association on "The Human 
Dimension of the Spiritual Lite," based on four biog- 
raphies of Trinitarian nuns from the same convent. 
She also presented a paper, "Allegory in the Family: 
Religious dramas of Sor Marcela and Lope de Vega," 
at the annual meeting of the Association for Classical 
Hispanic Theater in March. 



At the Southern Economics Association conference 
in Tampa, Florida, in November, Saranna Thornton 
(Economics) organized a session on "Legal Issues in 
Academia." She also made a presentation on "Faculty 
Benefits under the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 
1978 and the Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993." 
Donna Euben, chief counsel of the American Associa- 
tion of University Professors (AAUP) spoke on pay 
equity for faculty, and Manuel Zurita, director of the 
Tampa office of the Equal Employment Opportunity 
Commission made a presentation on legal entitlements 
of facuky under the Americans with Disabilities Act. 
Later in November, Thornton repeated her presenta- 
tion for a meeting of the local chapter of Delta Kappa 
Gamma, a national organization of women educators. 
AAUP has accepted for publication a book Thornton co- 
authored with Euben, The Family and Medical Leave Act 
Guide for Faculty. The book explains how the benefits 
of FMLA apply in a variety of situations unique to the 
academic workplace. The guidebook will be published 
this spring in hardcopy form and also electronically on 
the AAUP website. The January issue oi Economic Record 
contains Thornton's review of Monetary Policy Rules by 
John Taylor. 

The Encyclopedia of the Ancient World, published 
last fall by Salem Press, Inc., contains five articles by 
C. Wayne Tucker (Classics). Four of the articles are 
on early Roman authors, and the fifth is on the Roman 
Emperor Tiberius, the successor of Augustus. Last 
summer Tucker participated in a seminar in Tunisia on 
"The Romans in North Africa," with Naomi J. Norman 
and T. Keith Dix of the University of Georgia as lectur- 
ers. The seminar was sponsored by the Mediterranean 
Society of America. 

"Feminist Uses of the Fantastic in Iris Murdoch's The 
Sea, The Sea, " an article by Katherine J. Weese (Rheto- 
ric and English), appeared in the fall issue oi Modern 
Fiction Studies, a journal edited at Purdue and published 
by the Johns Hopkins University Press. The special 
issue was devoted to the work of the recently deceased 
Murdoch. In January, Weese's "Family Stories: Gender 
and Discourse in Atom Egoyan's The Sweet Hereafter" 
appeared in the journal Narrative from the Ohio State 
University Press. The article analyzes the treatment 
of narrative strategies and the ideology of the nuclear 
family in the award-winning Canadian film adaptation 
of Russell Banks's novel. 

In addkion to the book written wkh James A. Arieti, 
a paper by Patrick A. Wilson (Philosophy) on "The 
Intelligent Design Research Program" has been accepted 
for publication in the Proceedings of the Institute for 
Liberal Studies Conference on Science and Culture 2001. 



28 THE 'RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



Publications by faculty and alumni 

Books in Print 



LEE RICE '01 



Biometrika: One Hundred Years 
with an essay b)' Ray Gaskins 
Last \ear marked the centenar\- of Biomerrika. one 
of the worlds leading academic journals in statistical 
theon' and methodology. This celebratory edition fea- 
tures the 10 most important articles from the journal's 
first hundred years. An article by Dr. Ray A. Gaskins, 
professor emeritus of mathematics & computer science, 
was chosen for inclusion. "Nonparametric Rough- 
ness Penalties for Probability Densities," coauthored 
by Virginia Tech professor emeritus 1. J. Good, first 
appeared in 1971. An elaboration of the honored paper, 
submitted to the Virginia Academy of Science in 1972, 
was awarded the Horsley Prize for best scientific paper 
presented that year. Oxford University Press, 392 pages. 

El conveto de las Trinitarias Descalzas de Madrid y la 
vida de Sor Marcela 

By Dr. Susan M. Smith, associate professor of modern 
languages 

Written in Spanish, this thorough study deals with 
the histor)' of the famous Convent of the Barefoot 
Trinitarians of Madrid and the life of the 17th-century 
nun and religious writer Sor Marcela de San Felix. 
The convent was founded in 1612, and Sor Marcela, 
daughter of the famous pla)'wright Lope de la Vega, 
wrote poetry and plays, mostly known only within the 
convent. In this annotated transcription of a manu- 
script histor)' of the convent and a biography of Sor 
Marcela, Smith reveals two documents never before 
published. The book also features photos of manuscript 
pages, illuminations, sections of the convent church, 
and a portrait of Sor Marcela. Royal Spanish Academy, 
95pages. 

PLUCKED AGAIN! The Great Chicken Rebellion 
By William Rouse '46 

With a fresh and humorous approach to the complexi- 
ties of life. Rouse tells the sxarv of "Flanker" Fitzroy 
who, after being knocked unconscious, wakes in his 
chicken house with no memory of his life. Flanker is 
befriended by MAC, an English-speaking chicken who 



BIOMETRIKA 



leads him through an entertaining adventure in self- 
discovery. The book has been accorded a Five Star rat- 
ing, the highest, by ForeWordreviews.com. 
Writer's Club Press / iUniverse, 153 pages. 

A Pictorial History of the University of 
Georgia 

By Dr. Francis Boney '52 
This collection of 343 illustrations traces 
the history of the University of Georgia 
from its founding in 1785 as the first 
chartered state university through more 
than two hundred years of colorful events 
and dramatic changes. This new edition 
features an in-depth photographic account 
of the University of Georgia's rapid growth duting thi 
1990s. Boney is professor emeritus of history at the 
Universit)' of Georgia. His latest book — The Univer- 
sity of Georgia Trivia Book — is due out this summer. 
University of Georgia Press, 312 pages. 

Near to the Heart of God 
By The Rev. Dr. Bernard Bangley '59 
Bangley pulls from ancient Christian writings and 
compiles them for the modern reader. 
These timeless theological readings, one 
for each day of the year, make accessible 
some of the most inspiring teachers and 
enlightening writings of all time. Water- 
brook, 402 pages. 





EI convento de las 

Trinitiiri.is Descalzas de Madrid 

y la \uhi de Sor Marcela 



Plucked Be^inl 

,vin,.,... "•'■""" 



Substance Abuse in the Mentally and Physi- 
cally Disabled 

Edited by John R. Hubbard '76 and Peter 
R. Martin 

This volume explores how illnesses such as depres- 
sion and chronic pain significantly enhance the risk 
of drug and alcohol abuse, and it summarizes current 
clinical, scientific, and epidemiological information on 
the treatment of such patients. Historically, substance 
abuse and psychiatric or general medical disorders have 
been treated independently of each other. This book 
examines the need for interdisciplinary approaches. 




THE 'RgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 29 



The basketball team and 

some of their fans celebrate 

the ODAC Championship 

victory in Salem. 




— -*.' 



y^ 



Basketball, lacrosse go to national NCAA tournaments 

Sports roundup 



DONNIE TURLINGTON, SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR 




Coach Tony Shaver has led 
the Tigers to eight NCAA 
tournament appearances. 




Brandon Ra7idall '03 (here 

with his father, Edgar 

Randall) was named to 

the Division III Academic 

All-America team. 



Basketball post-season 

After trouncing Randolph- A'lacon 55-48 in the 
ODAC Championship game to claim their eighth 
title — the fifth in the last six years — the Tigers 
advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the sixth 
straight \-ear under the tutelage of Tony Shaver, the 
all-time leader in career coaching victories. 

Hampden-Sydney finished with a 19-5 overall 
regidar season record and 13-5 mark in the ODAC. 
claiming second seed in the ODAC Tournament. 
Facing Guilford College in Salem, VA, for their 
first-round matchup, the Tigers fell behind midway 
through the contest. But they scrapped and clawed 
back into the game, eventuallv stealing the victory*, 57- 
55, courtesy of 18 points b}' Lane Brooks '04. In the 
semifinals against Emory & Henry, the Tigers again 
found themselves in a deficit late in the contest. Once 
again, the team proved resilient and battled back, 
thanks in part to double- double performances by 
David Willson '05 (23 points, 11 rebounds) and Lane 
Brooks (21 points, 12 rebounds), to snatch victor)' 
from the Wasps, 105-95. 

In the ODAC title game, the Tigers a\'enged two 
regular-season losses at the hands of A'lacon. Guard 
Jeff Monroe '04 contributed 13 points; Brandon 
Randall '04 earned the ODAC MVP trophy, while 
Lane Brooks and David Willson each took home All- 
Tournament honors. 



In the opening round of plav in the NCj\j\ Tour- 
nament, Hampden- Sydney's run-and-gun st\-le of 
pla\' pro\'ed too much for North Carolina Wesleyan. 
The Tigers' Marcus Gregorys '03 nearly completed the 
first triple-double in H-SC basketball histor)', with 
10 points, 13 assists, and 9 rebounds, to lead the team 
to a 92-79 victor}'. In the second round, however, the 
Tigers were narrowly defeated by defending cham- 
pions Catholic. Jason Holman '04 and Jeff Monroe 
scored career-highs with 20 and 19 points respectively 
for Hampden- Sydnev in the disappointing 74-68 loss, 
to finish the season at 23-6. 

Several pla\'ers were honored after the season. 
Brandon Randall earned .\ll-ODAC Second Team 
honors, while Lane Brooks and Marcus Gregory each 
got .AJl-ODAC honorable mention nods. Randall also 
earned \'erizon/CoSIDA Academic All-District III 
First Team honors for his classroom achievements. 

The Tigers return all five starters and all 15 letter- 
men next year for what promises to be one of the most 
exciting sea,sons in Hampden-Sydney hoops history. 

Baseball 

In 2002, the Hampden-Sydney baseball team made 
big strides toward the glorj' and success it enjoyed a 
decade ago. The Tigers won 18 contests, the most for 
am' H-SC team since 1991, and closed out the season 
with a \•ictor^' o^'er the No. 2 team in the nation. 



30 



THE -KgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



Starting the season with disappointing losses to 
nationally- ranked Methodist College and Averett 
University, Hampden-Sydney rebounded with tour 
straight wins, including a 28-4 victory over Greens- 
boro College in one oi the most lopsided \ictories in 
team history. The team ended the month of March on 
a high note, winning seven of eight over the final two 
weeks of the season, with a 13-12 overall record. 

April, however, was cruel: the team lost six crucial 
ODAC contests, eliminating it trom tournament con- 
tention. With nothing left to play tor but the pride of 
being a Hampden-S\'dne)' baseball player, the Tigers 
rallied for three straight victories over the final five 
days of the season In the end, the Tigers finished with 
an 18-19 record. Shortstop Neal Herndon '02 set the 
all-time career record tor hits (140) 
and RBIs (101) in a career. 



Tennis 

Hampden-Sydney s tennis team fin- 
ished the season with a 9-4 overall 
record and a third-place conference 
finish. In the OD.A.C tournament, 
Chris Duquette "02, Rob Light 
'02, and Cooper Wilson '04 scored 
individual second-place finishes, 
Duquette at No. 3 singles. Light at 
No. 4 singles, and Wilson at No. 6 
singles. In addition, the tandem of 
Light and Wilson took second-place at No. 6 doubles. 
The tournament, won for the seventh-straight season 
bv Washington & Lee, was cut short by inclement 
weather, and onlv the championship events were 
played. 

Golf 

Hampden-Sydney golf team finished 
in third place in the ODAC, scor- 
ing ten top-five finishes in 13 events 
during the season. Brent Gammon 
'03 earned All- ODAC honors for 
the second straight season, leading 
the team with a 77.4 season stroke 
average and six top-five finishes, 
and finished tenth at the ODAC 
Tournament with rounds of 76 
and 78. Ryan Patterson '03 also 
scored a top-ten finish in the 
'< ODAC Tournament, winding 
1 up in seventh with scores of 74 
and 76. 



The lacrosse 

team's 13 -victory 

winning streak 

was the longest in 

the nation at the 

Division III level. 



Lacrosse 

The 2002 season broke both hearts and records. The 
Tigers entered the season with seven starters, and 25 
lettermen returning from the 2001 ODAC Champi- 
onship squad. However, the team stumbled coming 
out of the gates and dropped the first game of the 
season to Marymount, 9-8. They regrouped and a 
week later scored an 11-10 double- overtime victory to 
initiate a 13-game winning streak. In that span, the 
team captured all six regular season ODAC contests, 
earning top seed in the first-ever ODAC Men's La- 
crosse Tournament. The 13 victories, a team record, 
was the longest winning streak in the nation at the 
Division III level. The defense was solid through the 
streak, allowing just five goals-per-contest, while the 
offense ran along at a 12-goals- 
per-game clip. Attackmen Chris 
Lucas '03 and Matt Fassnacht 
'05 became a two-headed mon- 



ster for the Tigers, each netting 





over 30 goals, while midfielders 
Jason Rostan '03 and Phil Dick 
'03 each scored over 20 to lead 
the dangerous Hampden-Sydney 
offense. In the goal, Jeremy 
Bull '04 led the ODAC in save 
percentage and goals-against- av- 
erage and ranked third in saves. 
As the top seed in the ODAC 
tournament, the Tigers drew fourth-seeded Roanoke 
in the opening round of play. Their 12-10 victory set 
up a rematch with Washington & Lee for the ODAC 
Championship. Unlike last vear, the Generals upset 
the Tigers, 8-3, to steal the championship and win the 
automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament. 

In the 2002 ODAC Postseason Awards, Jason 
Rostan earned ODAC Player of the Year honors, while 
seven members of the team earned All- ODAC nods. 
Joining Rostan on the All-ODAC First Team were 
attackman Chris Lucas, defenseman Jason Archbell 
'02, defenseman Chris Biddison '03, and goalie 
Jeremy Bull. Sophomore attack Matt Fassnacht and 
junior midfielder Phil Dick earned All-ODAC Second 
Team honors. 

On May 5, the NCAA Selection Committee 
picked Hampden-Sydney as one of two Pool C 
"at-large" berths into the 2002 NCAA Division III 
Lacrosse Tournament. Playing at home on May 8, the 
Tigers lost to Salisbury University, 15-8. At 13-3, the 
Tigers finished the season ranked in the top ten for 
the second consecutive season. 




Tom Hogge '03 was a 
standout on the Tiger 
tennis team. 



Jason Rostan '03 was named 
ODAC Player of the Year. 




Phil Dick '03 carries the 
ainst Roanoke. 




LEFT; First hoseman Joe 
Knowles at hat. 



THE 'RgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 3 1 



A popular math teacher and golf coach is remembered 

GustavH. Francke, 1916-2002 



LEE RICE '01 



HN THE FIELD OF COMBAT, in the 
classroom, and on the golf couise, Lt. 
Colonel Gustav Franke was a tireless leader of men. 
To many students, the Colonel was more than a 
passionate math professor and coach; he was a friend, 
a mentor, and a lather tigure. As news of his death on 
March 30, 2002, reached them, the many students he 
befriended in his thirty years here contemplated the 
influence he had on their lives, his ralhdng charge — 
"Go get 'em, youngster" — still ringing fondh' in their 
memories. 

Colonel Franke was a retired Armv Officer with a 
distinguished career of 23 years, serving in World War 
II and the Korean conflict. A mathematics professor 
and golf coach at Hampden- Sydney from 1964 to 
1981, he led the golf team to the NCAA Division III 
Championship five times. In 1990, the Colleges new 
driving range was dedicated in honor of his leadership 
and work with the young men of the College. 

"He was everything I wanted to be," said Woody 
Fitzhugh '74, who fondly recalls that the Colonel took 
him behind Venable to try hitting golf balls. Though 
Fitzhugh, a freshman, got off to a rock^' start, the 
Colonel continued to coach him with unwavering 
support and optimism; Fitzhugh went on to spend 
three years on the PGA tour. Now the owner of a driv- 
ing range, Fitzhugh cherishes his long friendship with 



Franke. "He was a second father to me," Fitzhugh said. 
"I think about him ever)'da's\ ' 

"The Colonel made golf a lot of fiin, and he was a 
catalyst in makin" us a team," recalled Fitzhugh 's team- 
mate Charles Baskervill '75. "But he was more rhan a 
coach. We could alwa\'s talk to him as a friend and ask 
him for help," he said. Franke, who built his own house 
and was as qualified with wrenches or hammers as he 
was with golf clubs or algorithms, spent hours keeping 
his pla\'ers' cars running. Fitzhugh remembers breaking 
down one night on Longwood's campus. It was 2 a.m. 
and Wood\' called his coach. Colonel Franke came 
right over and cheerfull)' made the repairs b)- flashlight. 

"We often learned from him without realizing that 
we were being taught some of life's most important and 
enduring lessons," said Gray Turtle '76 at the campus 
memorial ser\'ice. "As he laid down challenges, values 
were instilled, characters strengthened, and thoughts 
expanded.' 

Through his wisdom, compassion, and selfless dedi- 
cation. Colonel Franke left an indelible mark on genera- 
tions of students. In their hearts, and in the heart of 
this institution, his memor\' will continue to inspire. As 
Woody Fitzhugh said, echoing the sentiments of count- 
less others, "He was the finest man I've ever known." 




Gus Franke was known for \ 
his colorful, no-nonsense 
teaching style and his ' 

e}ithusiasm for helping 
students grasp both the 
fundamentals and elegance 
ofrrmthematics. 



32 



News from Alumni 

Class Notes 

Compiled from information received before May 15, 2002 



1940 



Last year the Virginia Common- 
wealth University School of Allied 
Health Professions announced 
it would create an endowed fel- 
lowship to honor WILLIAM 
HAMILTON FLANNAGAN, 
whose lifelong career in hospital 
administration began shortly after 
his graduation from Hampden- 
Sydney. "Ham Flannagan was an 
icon in health care in his time," 
said Mr. E. L. Derring, who 
trained under Flannagan at Roa- 
noke Memorial Hospital. "He was 
a visionar\'." The Ham Flannagan 
Fellowship fund is a need-based 
scholarship awarded to first year 
master's students who demonstrate 
Flannagan's gift ol leadership. 



1950 



LEROYY. HAILE, JR., and his 

wile. Felicity, are enjo\ing being 
grandparents in retirement. Mr. 
Haile, who had spinal surger\' in 
1998, has progressed from a wheel 
chair to a stand-up cane. "Its 
great to be able to take walks and 
enio\' nature, he writes. 



1952 



FRANCIS N. BONEY pub- 
lished four anicles in the Athens 
Banner Herald on the history of 
the University' of Georgia from 
1785 to 2001. His book— yl 
Pictorial History of the University 
of Georgia, originally published 
in 1984 — was reissued in 2000 
with a new chapter covering 1985- 
2000. 



1953 



Dr. CHARLES C. ASHBY retired 
in September as a physician at 
the Dinwiddle Medical Center, 
which he had converted the year 
before into a nonprofit practice that 
allowed patients to pay on a sliding 
scale based on their income. He 
was also known for making house 
calls in his retirement, serving on 
the Dinwiddle School Board tor 
1 1 years, and tor countless years ot 
providing free student physicals. 
In January, at a Dinwiddle service 
honoring his 42 years of service 
to the community, he received 
an array ot plaques, resolutions, 
and framed letters, including ones 
from former Governor Jim Gilm- 
ore. Senator George Allen, and 
President George W. Bush. "1 have 
enjoyed being here, and I appreci- 
ate e\er\' one of )'ou, ' Ashby, with 
typical humility', announced to the 
packed auditorium at Dinwiddle 
Elementary- School. "But 1 really, 
honestly and truly*, do not deserve 
this day'." 

Governor Mark Warner has 



named W. TAYLOE MURPHY, 
JR., as his designee tor Secretary 
of Natural Resources. Murphy is a 
former member of Virginia's House 
of Delegates, with 18 years experi- 
ence. Having represented the 99th 
House district until two years ago, 
he is three-time tornier chairman 
ot the Chesapeake Bay Commis- 
sion and former co-chairman ot 
the House Labor and Commerce 
Committee. "Tayloe Murphy is 
universally regarded as one of the 
toremost authorities on Virginia's 
natural and historic resources, " 
Governor Warner said. 



1963 



LEWIS C. EVERETT assembled 
a team ot anglers tor the 20th 
Annual Sailfish Point Sailtish 
Tournament, a four- day fishing 
competition off the coast of Flor- 
ida. Among the fishermen aboard 
the "Shangri La," Everett's 38 -foot 
Tiara express, was Norton Howe 
'60. Team Everett got ott to a slow- 

CONTINUED ON PAGE 35 



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m 





W. Tayloe Murphy, ]r. '53 



Norton Howe '60 (left), 
Sam Lane, and Lewis 
Everett '63, winners of 
the 20th Annual Sailfish 
Point Tournament, aboard 
Everett's Tiara express, 
"Shangri La. " 



THE TiECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 33 



"You feel freedom 

and independence, 

and, in the next 

breath, total 

dependence. That's 

when you connect 

with nature. " 

WILLIAM FRANCK III '69 
Survivalism Instructor 



ALUMNI PROFILE 

William 
Franck III '69, 
survivalist 

Will Franck's favorite weekend 
amusements — spending the 
night outdoors in a twig-and- 
dry- leaf shelter and 
starting fires by hand, 
only yards from his own 
comfortable house — 
reminded Martinsville 
Bulletin writer Cameron 
Ayers of "a Jack London 
novel gone horribly 
wrong." 

But there is little 
doubt that Franck loves 
his work as a survivalism 
instructor. Franck has 
founded a school — Back- 
trackers — in which he 
takes people into the wood- 

lands of Axton, Virginia, 

for seven or eight week- 
end-long classes and teaches them 
to live off the land. He and his 
students track game, build shelters. 




start fires, and scout out nature's 
resources. 

"This is the true basis of 
humanity," Franck said; survival- 
ists retreat to the dawn of civiliza- 
tion, performing the same simple 
tasks as our ancient ancestors, just 
to stay alive. 

Franck seems an unlikely candi- 
date for roughing it. His father was 
the CEO of Tultex Corp., a major 



clothing manufacturing firm in 
Martinsville. After graduating 
from Hampden- Sydney, he went 
into the Army National Guard, 
returning home after basic train- 
ing to a 16-year job as a chemical 
engineer with Tultex. 

His developing interest in 
aviation led to a private pilot's 
license in 1983; he eventually 
resigned from Tultex and moved 
to Greensboro to become a 
commercial flight instructor. 
In Greensboro (where he 
still lives with his wife and two 
daughters), he met Tom Brown, 
author of The Tracker and a 
"survivalism guru." A latent 
interest sprang to life, like a bow- 
spun spark in pine straw; Franck 
signed up for the first of the 18 
survival-skill seminars he would 
take over the next 12 years. 

In nature, Franck has discov- 
ered connectedness, and surprising 
depths, to his own being. 

"I found there's a lot more to me 
than I ever figured," he said. "And 
now that I've found this much, 
why should I stop learning about 
myself?" 



Will Franck tries out a leafy 
twig shelter (right), stirs a 
spark into flame (below), 

and tests his balance on a 

(above center). 




34 



THE 'R§CORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



start, but their luck soon changed. 
On Sunday, the final dav of the 
tournament, the captain spotted 
several feeding terns, and they 
managed eight releases in one dav, 
an amazing teat anywhere in the 
fishing world. Team Everett won 
the competition with a total of 
twelve sailfish releases, 50 percent 
more than their nearest competi- 
tor. After champagne, hugs, and a 
newspaper interview, the\' accepted 
the Top Boat Award. On the heels 
of that victor)', Everett won the 
2002 Sailfish Point Yacht Club 
Championship. The "Shangri La" 
was first in sailfish release points 
with 4800 (second place was 
3900), and Everett was second in 
the individual Top Angler compe- 
tition with 2100 points (only 300 
points behind first place). 




Ward Good '81, Tom 
Goode '79, and Charlie 
Agee '84 at a retreat 
for Leadership Metro 
Richmond. 



1973 



1976 



1964 



KENNETH M. PRITCHETT 

has joined Virginia Asset Manage- 
ment Companies as a financial 
advisor. He specializes in financial 
planning for businesses and indi- 
viduals. 



1968 



Former United States Senator 
PAUL S. TRIBLE, JR., spoke at 
the Grace Church Men's Breakfast 
on Januar)' 9, 2002, in Kilmar- 
nock, Virginia. He is currently the 
president of Christopher Newport 
Universir\'. During his tenure, 
the school has attained university 
status and has grown substantially 
in curriculum and enrollment. 



1971 



W. RICHARD KAY, JR., was 

elected to the Board of Directors of 
the Central Virginia Better Busi- 
ness Bureau. 



Matthew Donohue, son of 
DANIEL A. DONOHUE, 

recently attended a Boy Scouts 
of America Camp in Powhatan, 
where he noticed the camp direc- 
tor wearing a Hampden-Svdney 
shirt. When he introduced him- 
self, he learned the director was 
his father's classmate, DA'VID A. 
CLARK. 



1974 



The Honorable HARRY T. 
TALIAFERRO III was the orator 
of the 106th annual Holly Ball 
at the Indian Creek Yacht and 
Country Club, a charity event in 
Kilmarnock, Virginia, that ben- 
efits the Tidewater Foundation. 

The Virginia General Assem- 
bly has elected Leesburg Attorney 
DEAN S. WORCESTER to 
serve as the new Loudoun County 
General District Court judge. His 
term began on March 1, 2002. 
Worchester has been a general 
practice attorney in Leesburg since 
1978. Since 1991 he has been a 
partner in the law firm of Worces- 
ter Mins & Atwill. 



FRANK C. BEDINGER III was 

elected to the vestry (called "Chap- 
ter" at a cathedral church) of the 
Cathedral of St. Philip Episcopal 
Church in Atlanta. He was one of 
six members selected for a three- 
year term. The Chapter at St. 
Philip consists of 18 members, and 
is charged with providing oversight 
to the activities of the church. The 
congregation has nearly 6,000 
worshippers. Mr. Bedinger, his 
wife, Holly, and their two sons. 
Bill (6) and Jack (4), continue to 
enjoy life in Adanta. Mr. Bedinger 
also serves as the President of 
the Atlanta Alumni Chapter of 
Hampden-Sydney College. 

RICHARD D. HOLCOMB, 
formerly with the Department of 
Motor Vehicles, is now the chief 
counsel and vice president of the 
American Trucking Association. 



1979 



THOMAS MICAJAH JACK- 
SON, JR., was appointed by 
Governor Mark Warner to advise 
him on cabinet appointments 
and the filling of other positions 
in his administration. Jackson, a 



CORRECTION 

A legacy freshman (below) 
was inadvertently omitted 
from the Sons of Alumni 
box in the last issue; we 
apologize for the oversight. 




William W. Horner '05 
Lynchburg, Virginia 
(Edivin B. LLorner III '76) 



THE •'RgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE ■ JUNE 2002 



35 



Mark Webb '82, Bill Can 

'82, Scott Goodman '82, 

Mark Deaton '82, and 

George Liles '82 enjoying a 

traditional quail hunt on 

the Goodman family's game 

preserve in south Georgia. 




Democrat representing Hillsville, 
has served in the Virginia House of 
Delegates since 1987. 

KENNETH M.JOHNSTON 

has joined the Bank of Williams- 
burg as senior loan officer. He was 
previously employed with Centura 
Bank and is treasurer of the Wil- 
liamsburg Chamber of Commerce. 

On March 6, the Virginia 
General Assembly honored Farm- 



ville Herald edmr J. KENDRICK 
WOODLEY III for creating 
Virginia's Uninsured Medical 
Catastrophe Fund, which aids 
uninsured individuals facing a 
life-threatening medical condi- 
tion. Woodley, along with his 
friend, Sarah Terry, was inspired 
to create the fund by the plight of 
Teri Mullis, an uninsured Danville 
woman who was diagnosed with 



breast cancer but went untreated 
for more than a year. The General 
Assembly passed Woodley 's initia- 
tive during a 1999 veto session. A 
donation to the fund is one of 19 
contributions Virginia residents can 
make by checking a box on their 
state tax retutns. The fund also 
can accept direct donations. It has 
raised S49,000 so far. The Virginia 
Department of Medical Assistance 
Services administers the fund, 
which is expected to begin func- 
tioning this summer. Based on a 
proclamation signed by Gov. Mark 
Warner, April 7, 2002, marked a 
statewide Day of Contribution. 
The idea of using the day when 
da\'light-savings time takes effect as 
a money-raising day for the fund, 
with the theme "Turning Dark- 
ness into Light," came to Woodley 
last fall. He is now trying to have 
similar legislation introduced in the 
U.S. Congress. 



1980 



On April 2, 2002, 

Virginia Governor Mark 

Warner (center) presented 

a proclamation about the 

state's new uninsured 

catastrophic illness fund 

to Ken Woodley '79 and 

Sarah Tenj, who had 

worked to start the fund. 







Dr. ROBERT Y. COX, a dentist 
in Richmond, was recently profiled 
in a Richmond Times-Dispatch 
article about local volunteers. Mr. 
Cox sees patients at Cross-Over 
Health Center, a free clinic serving 
the needs of the uninsured. He also 
serves on the Cross- Over board of 
directors. "I go down there to help," 
Cox said. "But I find the rewards for 
me are much greater." 



1982 



CHARLES P. BOWLES III was 

promoted by the Richmond Times- 
Dispatch to the position of local 
retail manager for the advertising 
department. He was most recently 
their advertising group manager 
for retail. In his new role he will 
be responsible for overseeing the 
efforts of the local sales group and 
for increasing market share. He has 
held a number of positions at several 
newspaper companies, including 



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THE 'RECORD OF HAMPDEN-S\T)NEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



editor, publisher, marketing direc- 
tor, circulation director, and sales 
de\elopnient manager. He began 
his newspaper career in 1985 as 
an assistant district manager for 
the circulation department ol the 
Richmond Times- Dispatch. He and 
his wife, Anne Glenn Tinslev, live 
in ^X'ars.iw with their two children, 
Emma, 16, and Charles IV, 13. 

SCOTT GOODMAN recently 
invited tour traternitv brothers — 
Mark Webb, Bill Carr, Mark 
Deaton, and George Liles — to 
his tamiKs game preserve in south 
Georgia for a traditional quail 
hunt. Carr writes, "There were 
plenty ot birds, scotch, and real 
grits. All that skeet shooting at the 
ranch finally paid off! " 

Dr. RICHARD LEGGETT 
and rwenty-six other people from 
six Baptist churches in the Roa- 
noke Valley' went on a medical 
and evangelistic trip to southern 
Romania. This was his third trip 
to Romania in the past five years. 



1983 



DAVID KING has recently fin- 
ished renovating the 1890 Victo- 
rian stv'le-home of BRIAN DYER 

in downtown Fredericksburg, 
Mrginia. Dyer, who sells granite, 
marble, and other stone products 
in Fredericksburg, took some time 
off to help place the granite curb- 
ing lining his driveway. "Doc" 
King is now working on an addi- 
tion at the rear of the home. 

Wachovia Bank, N.A., has 
named STUART WOLBOURNE 
managing director of wealth man- 
agement and market president for 
Hilton Head, South Carolina. 
He has been with Wachovia since 
graduation. 



selected for the Leadership Metro 
Richmond (LMR) class of 2001. 
The LMR brings community 
leaders together to participate in 
a program focused on improv- 
ing the Richmond area. The four 
Hampden- Sydney alumni were 
among 64 leaders chosen. 

JOHN G. McJUNKIN joined 
the Washington, D.C., office of 
the law firm Piper Marbury Rud- 
nick & Wolfe as partner on Ma\' 
15, 2001. He is the leader of the 
Washington office's bankruptcy 
group. He writes, "I continue to 
practice law to support my true 
calling — coaching my son s sports 
teams." 

Acumen Solutions, Inc., in 
Vienna has hired WILLIAM B. 
TREVILLIAN to lead their man- 
aged services oflering. Before join- 
ing Acumen Solutions, Mr. Trevil- 
lian served as vice president and 
director of business development 
for Net2000 Communications. 



1985 



CHARLES CANTUS joined 
KPMG Consulting, Inc., in 
November 2001. He is the first 
director of government relations 
for KPMG, a S3-billion consulting 
and business systems integration 
firm. He is responsible for all of 
the company's federal, state, local, 
higher education, and health care 



lobbying activities. For the past 
six years he served as the chief lob- 
byist at the Professional Services 
Council, the trade association for 
the S600-billion professional and 
technical services industry. 

JAY MITCHELL has joined 
the law firm ol Nelson Mullins 
Riley & Scarborough, L.L.P., in 
Arlanra. He practices in the areas 
of health care, litigation, govern- 
mental relations, and administra- 
tive law, as well as alternative dis- 
pute resolution. He has extensive 
experience with bankruptcy i.ssues 
in healthcare settings and is a 
member of the Georgia State Bar 
and State Bar of Tennessee. 



1986 



WILLIAM R. BETTENDORF 

wishes to say hello to all his 
Hampden-Sydney friends. He 
had hoped to win the prize for the 
alumni who traveled the furthest 
to attend Homecoming this past 
fall, but business kept him and his 
family in Seoul, Korea, where he 
serves as the director of North East 
Asia for Cotton Council Interna- 
tional. He has been in contact with 
KIP KEENAN, who has been 
with Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide 
P.R. based in Shanghai, China. 
Mr. Bettendorf is married with 
three children and, he writes, "Kip 

CONTINUED ON PAGE 39 





Ed McMullen '86, Repuhli- 
cnn candidate for Secretary 
of State of South Carolina, 
hears a testimony during a 
commission meeting. 




BradPyott '86, Tazewell's 
new Toum Attorney. 



Brian Dyer '83 placing 
the granite curbing for 
the driveway of his house, 
which was recently reno- 
vated by David King '83. 



1984 



CHARLIE AGEE, along with 
Tom Goode 79, Ward Good '81, 
and Wray Broughton '88, was 



THE TigCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 37 



"A great thing 

about this movie 

nonsense is that 

it has put me 

back in touch 

with a lot of 

my Hampden- 

Sydney buddies. '' 

MATT EVERSMANN '88 
Sgt., U.S. Army Rangers 



ALUMNI PROFILE 

Matthew 

Eversmann'88, 

soldier 

Black Hawk Down, an intensely 
harrowing film based on the 

bloody battle of Mogadi- 
shu, has been called one of 
the most extraordinary war 
movies ever. This winter, 
thousands of moviego- 



ers watched Sgt. Matt 



Eversmann — the film's 
hero played by Hollywood 
heartthrob Josh Hartnett 
(Pearl Harbor, 40 Days and 
40 Nights) — lead a group 
of elite Army Rangers into 
America's bloodiest fight 
since Vietnam. Mean- 
while, the real Matt Ever- 
smann, equally affable but 
slightly less Adonis-like, 
has, as he says, "fallen ass- 
over-tea kettle" into the 
media spotlight. Currently 
an operations sergeant at 
the Army War College in Carlisle, 
Pennsylvania, he accepts the atten- 
tion with comic awe. 

Before becoming a war hero, 
Eversmann joined the army on a 



whim. After finishing his tenure 
as student court chairrnan at 
Hampden-Sydney, he had to 
take a semester break from school 
because of academic difficulty. The 
Army sounded fun, so he enlisted. 
He spent 4 years with the 10th 
Mountain Division in Watertown, 
New York, before joining the 
highly trained Ranger battalion. 
Two years later, his regiment was 
sent to Somalia as part of a U.N. 
peacekeeping operation. Warlord 
Mohammed Farrah Aidid and his 
guerillas had been stealing food 
from the starving Somalis, and 
America's best were being sent to 
raid a meeting and to abduct his 
top henchmen. In his first true 
combat mission, Eversmann was 
charged with leading a group of 
12 Rangers into the city's teem- 
ing market to provide cover while 
Delta force made a quick snatch- 
and-grab. 

The raid was to be hermeti- 
cally precise — 30 minutes max. 
But things went terribly wrong. 
Aidid's men had gotten wind of 
the planned raid and were fully 
prepared to ambush the interlopers. 
When the Rangers descended from 
their helicopters, they were met by 
a barrage of gunfire from all sides. 
Once the Rangers were on the 
ground, the embattled Mogadishu 



At right, the real Matt 

Eversmann '88 greets Chief 

Warrant Officer Sam 

Shemp at the Washington, 

D. C, premiere o/T31ack 

Hawk Down. 

In the movie, Eversmann 

was portrayed by Josh 

Hartnett (below). 





citizens, sick of U.S. interference, 
joined the militia in their attack 
against the soldiers. 

Under heavy fire, Eversmann's 
men were pinned in their positions 
and in dire need of support. Black 
Hawk helicopters hovered overhead, 
attempting to provide covering 
fire and using their rotor wash to 
disperse the crowds on the streets. 
But when two of the $7 million 
choppers were shot down, the Rang- 
ers were on their own. For the next 
15 hours, over 100 soldiers fought 
for their lives against an entire city 
that wanted them dead. 

Holding fast to the Ranger 
creed — "I will never leave a fallen 
comrade to fall into the hands of 
the enemy" — it was up to the Rang- 
ers, those initially in peril, to rescue 
the downed Black Hawk crews and 
recover their own men. By morning, 
18 American soldiers were dead, 
many others wounded. 

Mark Bowden first told the grip- 
ping story in his New York Times 
bestseller. Black Hawk Down: A 
Story of Modem War, which opens 
with a narrative about Eversmann 
and his crew. When the story 
was rewritten for the box office, 
Eversmann's character won top bill- 
ing. Although flattered to be chosen 
as the protagonist, he is quick to 
point out that his character is a 
composite, assuming the actions of 
several soldiers in order to make the 
plot more streamlined. 

Aside from character repre- 
sentation, Eversmann feels the 
movie accurately depicts the harsh 
realities of the fight. "If you want 
to know what urban combat really 
feels like, go see this movie," he 
often tells young cadets. Thanks 
to grainy cinematography, abrupt 
editing, and dramatic use of sound 
(for which it won two Oscars), the 
film elicits visceral feelings of fear 
and confusion hauntingly familiar 
to Eversmann. But one thing will 
always be strangely unfamiliar — the 
sound of his own name echoing 
from the big screen. "It's the most 
absurd sensation I can describe, " he 



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THE T^CORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



lid Larry King during a television 
Iter view. 

Although Eversmann welcomes 
le day when he won't suspect 
lurnajists at the other end of every 
nging phone, the media spotlight 
not without its benetits, such as 
iimerous trips to Los Angeles, 
here he got to know renowned 
irector Ridley Scott and producer 
irry Bruckheimer and mingled 
ith various other silver screen 
irlings. "But a great thing about 
lis movie nonsense," he said, "is 
lat it has put me back in touch 
ith a lot oFniv Hampden-Sydney 
addies.' 

In the fall of 2000, before 
is name became a Hollywood 
izz\vord, Eversmann accepted a 
achelor of Arts, honoris causa, at 
[ampden-S\'dney's fall convoca- 
on. Nearly 20 of his classmates 
id Sigma Chi fraternity brothers 
ime for the event. Reading the 
Dnorarv' degree citation. President 
meritus Samuel V. Wilson said, 
-rom Natural Bridge, \'irginia, 
> Mogadishu, Somalia, is a long 
id improbable journey in the best 
"circumstances, which hardly 
revailed in October 1993.... 
here the testing-fires of combat 
ould yield up one special, authen- 
c hero." 

Since the premier of the movie, 
lan)' have attached the words hero 
id leader to Eversmann's name, 
iowever, he defers any claim to 
llor. "We were doing what we 
ere trained for," he said. When 
;ked about his expedient leader- 
lip that da)', Eversmann credits 
is time at the College. "Being 
jnfident in vour values and 
nowing how to treat people with 
•spect are fundamental tenets 
!r effective leadership, especially 
!i trying circumstances," he 
lid. "Hampden-Sydney instills 
lose characteristics — honor 
lid respect — and that's what I 
)ok away from my time there. 
[lampden-Sydney gentlemen have 
le right preparation to be leaders 
1 any profession." 



the bachelor is breaking hearts 
across China." 

JOHN M. A. DONELSON 

has been promoted to director 
of North American sales tor the 
United States Enriched Corpora- 
tion, the world's leader in nuclear 
fuel manufacture. 

THOMAS WYNDHAM 
JAMISON is serving his country 
in Kandahar, Afghanistan. 

Governor Mark Warner has 
appointed MAURICE A. JONES 
deputy chief of staff in the Gov- 
ernor's Office. Mr. Jones was a 
principal at Venture Philanthropy 
Partners in Reston, Virginia. He 
now works with Chief of Staff Bill 
Leighty on organizational and 
management issues and coordi- 
nates the development of an Urban 
Policy for the new Warner admin- 
istration. 

CHARLES McCULLOUGH 
has relocated from the Washington 
area to Norwalk, Connecticut. 

EDWARD T. McMULLEN 
is running for Secretary of State 
of South Carolina. A Republican, 
McMullen has served for more 
than a decade as president of the 
South Carolina Policy Council. 
The primary is in June 2002. 

BRAD PYOTT was selected 



on December 11, 2001, by the 
Tazewell Town Council to serve 
as the Town Attorney in Tazewell, 
Virginia. He is a partner in the 
law firm Gillespie, Hart, Altizer & 
Whitesell. Pyott's workload will 
likely consist of approximately 
30 percent of work for the town, 
with the rest of the time devoted 
to private cases. He spends a con- 
siderable amount of time working 
on cases involving juveniles and 
clients with disabilities. For many 
cases, he works closely with the 
Department of Social Services. 
Pyott and the firm also deal with 
corporate and real estate cases. 



1987 



JOHN M. CURRENCE, 

owner and chef of City Grocery 
in Oxford, Mississippi, spoke at 
Hampden-Sydney on March 26 as 
part of the Entrepreneurship Soci- 
ety's Visiting Executives program. 
JOHN W. MALONEY, along 
with his wife Jennifer, organized 
Richmond's first "Benefit for 
Autism," a cocktail party held at 
the Bull & Bear Club in down- 
town Richmond. A committee of 

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Hawes Spencer '87, hitting 
the streets of Charlottesville 
with his new weekly news- 
paper, The Hook. 



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At right, Daniel Mingione 

'88 (second from left) in 

Yemen with a Yemeni 

soldier, a local tribesman, 

and a fellow agent. 



Below right, . 
ivith a fellow agent in front 
of the USS Cole in Yemen. 



ALUMNI PROFILE 

Daniel 

Mingione '88, 
FBI agent 

Among the many hats worn by 
FBI Special Agent Dan Mingione, 
his expertise in the thorny field of 
counter- terrorism has put him in 
the center of a global tempest. "I 
was investigating this stuff before 
it was cool to work terrorism," said 
Mingione, who has been with the 
FBI for more than six years and has 
worked counter-terrorism for three. 

In addition to investigat- 
ing terrorism, Mingione is a 
sniper team leader and a medical 
operations coordinator, frequently 
leading a group of paramedics into 
crisis situations. He also trains 
SWAT teams, new agents, and 
police in firearm use in the field 
and in the classroom at the FBI 
Academy in Quantico, Virginia. 



Leading sniper team missions, 
providing medical support 
to victims of heinous crimes 
(Mingione spent several weeks pull- 
ing bodies from the Pentagon after 
9/11), and operating day-to-day 
within a web of ominous terrorism 
intelligence isn't exactly what most 
would consider a comfortable job. 

But for Mingione, with his 
austere demeanor, intense focus, 
and action- oriented attitude, it's a 
perfect fit. And for someone with 
a liberal arts background, it's even 
more appropri- 
ate. "What I 
love about the 
bureau is that 
it's all things 
to all people," 
said Mingione. 
"There is no one 
bureau." 

To Mingione, 
the FBI is like 
Hampden- 
Sydney in that it 
grants agents a 




great deal of independence, afford- 
ing motivated and competent people 
the opportunity to assume many 
different responsibilities in incred- 
ibly diverse areas. Since becoming 
an agent, Mingione has taken full 
advantage of that; one day he might 
be wielding his automatic weapon 
and leading a SWAT team into 
a combat situation, and the next 
training FBI paramedics in the 
arcana of anthrax and its physiologi- 
cal affects. 

After college, Mingione worked 
five years as a 
commercial pilot 
for American 
Eagle Airlines. 
When he heard 
the FBI needed 
pilots, he 
applied. After 
passing the rigor- 
ous acceptance 
requirements, 
he entered the 
Academy and 
became one of 
only a few in the 
class without a 
graduate degree. 
After complet- 
ing the 16-week 
training, he had intended to fly. 
But after spending a few years on 
the fugitive squad, he diversified his 
involvement and became increas- 
ingly active in terrorism investiga- 
tions. Now, with America's safety in 
the balance, he is at the forefront of 
a new global mission. 

Since joining the bureau. 



40 



His office is in the J. Edgar Hoover 
FBI Building in downtown Wash- 
ington, D.C., but you will rarely 
find him behind his desk. "I try 
not to sit too long," said Mingione, 
who favors SWAT training to 
office work any day. 



THE TiECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY 



vlingione has seen significant 
hanges in the standard template 
ised to combat and in\estigate 
etforism. A 1995 presidential 
lirective, in accordance with the 
ncreasing threat of global terror- 
sm and the internationalization of 
rime and law enforcement, gave 
he FBI lead authority for both 
nvestigating and preventing terror- 
sm against American interests. 
4istorically, the FBI has been reac- 
ionarv. When crimes occurred, 
hev went back and investigated, 
^ow, the bureau is a more praeto- 
ian agency, able to take preventive 
nd proactive measures. 

The 1995 directive also means 
hat the FBI is no longer limited 

domestic turf but rather must 
mestigate wherever American 
nterests are threatened. Nowa- 
lays. Rapid Deployment Teams, 
)f which Mingione is a member, 
ravel to foreign countries on a 
noment's notice. When terrorist 

ombs struck U.S. Embassies in 
fanzania, Nairobi, Yemen, and 
Cenya, he was on the scene within 
lours. 

Mingione says this change in 
)olicy was a much-needed correc- 
ive measure, citing the fact that 
he bureau successfully thwarted 
n attempt to blow up a transcon- 
inental flight in the Philippines 
n 1995. More recently, the Patriot 
Vet. according to Mingione, has 
ided in the bureaus ability to 
itevent terrorism. 

For the sake of security, we 
:annot know the pragmatic details 
hat shape Dan Mingione's career 
n the FBI. And because of his 
)osition, he knows some of the 
vorld's darkest secrets. But despite 
his fact, Mingione is hopeful. 
The current terrorism threat is 

1 tough nut to crack. It's a long 
Jtocess, but I believe in it," he said. 
"I know we'll be successful." 




Freshman Delegate 
Robert Hurt '91 and his 
3 -year-old son Charles 
at the Virginia Ge7ieral 
Assembly's morning prayer. 



friends, including FRANK PAGE 
and ROGER KIRBY, raised 

S45,000 for the Central Virginia 
Chapter of the Autism Society of 
America. "We started with our 
address books and a worthy cause," 
said Maloney, whose 6-year-old 
son. Jack, is autistic. Also attending 
the benefit were TONY PITTS 
and M. DEANE CHEATHAM 
III. Numerous other Tigers helped 
as donors. 

HAWES SPENCER, co- 
founder and former editor of the 
popular Charlottesville newspaper 
the C-ville Weekly, has started a 
new area paper, The Hook. The 
new weekly employs over half 
the staffers and nearly all of the 
writers from Spencer's old news- 
paper. The paper's website is 



www. readthehook. com. 



1989 



ALEXANDER C. GRABIEC was 

promoted to the rank of Major in 
the United States Army. Fiis duty 
position, as an assistant professor 
of military science at Shippens- 
burg University in Pennsylvania, 
remains the same. 

JOSEPH GRANT is a financial 
analyst at EMI Music Publishing 
in New York City, where he 
reviews and prepares international 
music deals for names such as 
the White Stripes, Janet Jackson, 
and Jamiroquai. Fie also manages 
a band called Fieadquarters 

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THE TigCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 4 1 



"Professors at 

Hampden - Sydney 

give you all the 

time in the 
world.... I really 
found an intellec- 
tual niche there. " 



MARK TURNER '89 
Professor and Critic 





TROLLOrE AND 
THE MAGAZINES 



11^ 



A cartoon of Anthony Trol- 

lope by 'Spy,' as it appears 

on the cover of Turner's 

latest study, TroUope and 

the Magazines (above). 

At far right, Mark Turner 
'89 stands in the hall of 
King's College London, 

where be teaches literature 
and cultural studies. 



ALUMNI PROFILE 

Mark 
Turner '89, 
scholar 

Mark Turner is a literary critic 
and lecturer in English at King's 
College, University of London. His 
new full-length study, TroUope and 
the Magazines: Gendered issues in 
mid-Victorian Britain, examines 
the works of novelist Anthony 

TroUope in the context of 
the magazines in which 
they were serialized. 
Turner's intrepid study 
offers fresh approaches to 
understanding the rela- 
tionship between fiction 
and culture. The critical 
industry, always eager for 
impressive scholarship that 
defies banality, has taken 
notice. Through his latest 
book and various other 
publications, Turner has 
helped to redefine periodi- 
cal studies and, as a result, 
has successfully positioned 
himself at the forefront of 
a burgeoning field. 
On the surface, Turner's focus 
on TroUope seems in keeping with 
a current wave in the industry. 
Trollope's fictional world of 
highly politicized communities, 
peopled with diverse characters, 
is well suited for Britian's growing 
fascination with Victorian culture. 
TroUope has been rediscovered as 
a cultural icon, and the market is 
flooded with contemporary analy- 
ses of the author. 

However, for Mark Turner — 
a progressive academic — TroUope 
seems an unlikely subject. But 
Turner is not focusing on the 
author, nor is he focusing on the 
actual noweh per se. Melding histor- 
ical research with poststructuralist 
approaches to gender and culture, 
he looks at Trollope's serial install- 
ments in relation to other features 



in the magazines, both in terms of 
theme and physical juxtaposition. 
He also examines the magazines 
themselves in the context of Victo- 
rian print culture and society at 
large. Because periodicals represent 
such a hybrid of literary genres, 
this approach is ideal for Turner's 
"recklessly eclectic" sensibilities. 

Just as TroUope seems a surpris- 
ing subject for such a progressive 
study, it seems equally surpris- 
ing that a young American has 
established himself as an author- 
ity on British literature at the 
University of London. An alumnus 
of Hampden-Sydney emerging as 
a spokesperson for contemporary 
feminism is, ostensibly, yet another 
anomaly. But Hampden-Sydney, in 
fact, was a wellspring for Turner's 
literary interests. The College's 
"ideal seminar atmosphere," he 
said, fostered his passion for litera- 
ture, and the liberal arts curricu- 
lum was an impetus for the cross- 
disciplinary tendencies that now 
define his work. "I really found an 
intellectual niche," Turner said, 
citing specifically a Milton class 
with former professor Jim Schiffer 
and a literature and theology class 
with professors Elizabeth Deis and 
Lowell Frye. 

"You can easily find professors 
to talk to," he continued. "They'll 
give you all the time in the world. 
And that's what's great about 
Hampden - Syd ney." 

This salient characteristic of 
the College underscored Turner's 
relationship with advisor Mary 
Saunders. In the very first lines of 
his acknowledgements for TroUope 
and the Magazines, Turner writes: 
"I was introduced to the fiction of 
Anthony TroUope by Mary Saun- 
ders, under whose tutelage I read 
through the Barchester novels as 
an undergraduate. Her enthusiasm 
became my addiction, for which 
many thanks." 

It was through "backroom deal- 
ings" with Saunders, Turner said 
jokingly, that he began to explore 
Victorian literature and feminism. 



The byproduct of their intellectual 
camaraderie was Turner's senior 
honors thesis — The Feminine Solu- 
tion: Trollope's Comic Vision in the 
Barchester Novels — for which he won 
the Jones Prize at graduation. The 
intellectual dialogue they initiated 
in the recesses of Morton is still very 
much alive, thanks to e-mail. 

"He was so much fun," Saunders 
said, fondly recalling a Christmas 
party that Turner and others held in 
their residence hall at Penshurst, then 
used as a dorm. "He was incredibly 
energetic and curious. He wanted to 
find out more about everything. But 
our conversations were so casual that 
I just never realized he was becoming 
a scholar." 

After graduation. Turner entered 
a master's program at University 
College London, where he wrote 
his thesis on gender issues in Edith 
Wharton's fiction. By the time he 
was in the Ph.D. program at Birbeck 
College London, he was ready to 
return to TroUope. When he did, he j 
realized that critics were not looking 
at the novels as serial installments. 

"I knew right away that the 
magazines were the way to approach 
the questions I wanted to address," h« 
said. Turner structured his thesis likei 
a book, and when publishers became 
interested, he didn't have to rewrite. 



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In addition to Trollope and the 
Magazines, Turner co-edited a 
book entitled From Author to Text: 
Re- Reading George Eliot's 'Romola. ' 
He is also the co-editor oi Media 
History, a journal in which he tries 
"to create a space where people 
from many disciplines — politi- 
cians, art historians, literary 
critics — can come together. " He is 
on several other editorial boards, 
gives talks in America and on the 
continent, and frequently writes for 
various journals and periodicals. 

When he is not writing and 
publishing. Turner teaches Victo- 
rian literature, masters theory 
courses on research methods, and 
19th-centur}' single author classes 
at King's, one of the UK's foremost 
research universities. He also 
convenes the English department's 
master's program and super\'ises 
Ph.D. students. 

Recently, Turner has added 
courses in which he looks at the 
representation of cities in urban 
literature (e.g., Dickens) and 
addresses questions of urban 
culture through the lenses of archi- 
tectural theor}', spatial theor)', and 
urban planning. He is now work- 
ing on a study of sexuality and 
urban space in London and New 
York since the late 19th centur)'. 

Quite often, such theory- 
based criticism is confined to the 
ivor)' tower. But Turner's publicly 
oriented scholarship subverts this 
practice. "It is the responsibilit}' 
of the scholar to change,' Turner 
said, his non-academic persona 
seemingly incongruous with the 
charge of scholar. Rather than 
withdrawing from the greater 
communit}' into the enclave of 
academia. Turner uses diverse 
methodologies to address real 
issues of culture and societ}'. The 
result is something of a critical 
synergism; through his progres- 
sive template, Turner assumes the 
threatened role of public intel- 
lectual. For a scholar unbound by 
conventional demarcations, it's a 
fitting paradox. 



(www.hqmusic.net). 

ANDREW SHOEMAKER 

handles general civil business liti- 
gation, regulator)' investigations, 
and white collar criminal defense 
in Denver, Colorado. 



1990 



JAMES R. DILLON III lives 
with his wife, Katie, and their son 
Charlie in Atlanta. He is director 
of communications for the Cobb 
County School District. 

ANDREW M. DUKE is chief 
of staff for United States Represen- 
tative Robin Hayes (R-NC). 

JOHN WARE III moved to 
Philadelphia in November 2001 to 
run the trading desk at a new capi- 
tal markets group within Com- 
merce Bank. 



1991 



JAMES F. BEBEAU was pro- 
moted to director of community 
support programs at Danville-Pitt- 
sylvania Community Services. 
BLAKE H.BLYTHE, of 
Louisville, Kentucky, is president 
of Lanham Hardwood Flooring 
Company, a regional wholesale 
distributor of hardwood flooring 
and flooring installation products 
covering Kentucky, Indiana, and 
Ohio. " 



1992 



Dr. MAHDI M. ABU-OMAR 

is a chemistry professor at UCLA, 
where he lives with his wife, Kris- 
ten, and their three children. 

In March, JOSIAH 
BUNTING rV, son of President 
Emeritus of Hampden- Sydney 
College and current Superinten- 
dent of VMI Josiah Bunting III, 
appeared on television with his 
head submersed in a box of live 
rats. Bunting was a contestant 
on the NBC show "Fear Factor." 
For surviving a series of stunts, he 



took home a $50,000 prize. He 
outlasted five other competitors 
in three events to emerge the sole 
winner. Bunting is sales execu- 
tive for the online arm oi Fortune 
magazine, and lives in San Fran- 
cisco, where he enjoys rock climb- 
ing and swimming miles at a time 
in the chilly San Francisco Bay. 



1993 



PAUL BABB is a specialist on the 
Mobile Crisis Response Team that 
services several of the counties sur- 
rounding Nashville. 

JOHN-GARRETT 
KEMPER, vice president and gen- 
eral counsel of Kemper Consulting, 
has been named by Virginia Busi- 
ness Magazine a.s one of the "Legal 
Elite" in the Lobbying and Regula- 
tory Law category. The Legal Elite 
is an annual peer- ranking system 
allowing attorneys across Virginia 
to select the best lawyers in the 
state by practice area. Only 362 of 
the 20,000 attorneys in Virginia 
are selected by their peers for inclu- 
sion in the Virginia Business list. 

ANDREW McCLINTOCK 
has accepted a position with Cable 
& Wireless in Reston. He is a 
UNIX systems analyst. He had 
been working for Keybridge Com- 
munications, a web-management 
company. 



1994 



JAMES C. CARDILLO recently 
completed a 100-mile bike tour in 
support of the National Multiple 
Sclerosis Society. He raised over 
S5,000. 

Former Tiger quarterback 
BRLAN CRIST has accepted an 
offer to coach wide receivers under 
Rickey Bustle, former offensive 
coordinator for Virginia Tech and 
new head coach for the Louisiana- 
Lafayette Ragin' Cajun football 
team. Mr. Crist has spent the last 

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SEPT. 9 

Atlanta 
SEPT. 17 

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SEPT. 18 

D.C. 
SEPT. 26 

Lynchburg 
SEPT. 30 

Southside 
OCT. 22 

Charlottesville 
NOV. 4 

Richmond 

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NOV. 13 

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NOV. 19 

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ALUMNI PROFILE 

Warren 
Thompson 

'81, 
entrepreneur 

Warren Thompson's father, an 
educator for the pubhc school 
system in rural Windsor, Virginia, 
ran a hog operation to earn extra 
money for the family. At age ten, 
Warren, along with his older 
brother Fred Thompson '79, 
joined the operation. The younger 
Thompson also had his own lawn 
mowing business, and by age 15 
had made enough to buy-out his 
father. That summer he purchased 
an old school bus, took out the 
seats, and began hauling produce 
from Tidewater into the moun- 
tains. Still one year shy of the 
legal driving age, he spent hours 
at the helm of the bus, his dream 
of owning a restaurant growing 
more and more palpable with ever)' 
mountain pass. Now, 27 years 
later, Thompson is at the helm of a 



markedly different machine — he is 
president and chairman of a multi- 
million dollar restaurant and food 
services company. 

Although Thompson Hospital- 
ity, one of the largest black-owned 
businesses in the United States, is 
a far cry from the hog farm, the 
young CEO's success is firmly 
rooted in the Windsor soil. "I 
would do the produce business 
in the summer and fall and use 
the cash to buy grain to feed my 
hogs through the winter," he said. 
A few years later, Thompson sold 
the hogs and paid for four years of 
tuition at Hampden- Sydney. The 
summer after his freshman year, 
without a business of his own to 
come home to, Thompson took a 
job in a hometown hardware store, 
where he was not allowed to use 
the cash register because he was 
black. "One day my boss told me, 
'Don't think. Just do what I say,'" 
Thompson recalled. "I knew at 
that moment that I would be my 
own boss." That same summer he 
got the rights to run concession in 
a local baseball park and operated 
the stand in the evening after leav- 
ing the hardware store. The stark 
contrast between the two jobs only 




solidified what Thompson already 
knew — he was a businessman. 

Those early experiences yielded 
some distinct advantages when 
Thompson graduated. His sights 
were on UVA's Darden Graduate 
School of Business Administration, 
but competition was tough and the 
school wasn't taking recent gradu- 
ates. Thompson was able to convince 
them that his endeavors in Wind- 
sor qualified as significant business 
experience, and he enrolled as the 
youngest student in his class. 

After his first year, Thompson 
was selected to participate in Marri- 
ott's "fast-track" program for MBAs 
interested in restaurant management. 
After finishing Darden, he was hired 
as an assistant manager in one of 
Marriott's Roy Rogers restaurants. 
"I was making an MBA's salar}', but 
I was flipping burgers," he chuckled. 
Thompson charged through the 
ranks and, after nine years, was vice 
president of operations for the East 
Coast Division of Host Marriott. 

When the company began spin- 
ning off restaurants, Thompson 
saw his chance. He negotiated a 
highly leveraged buyout of 31 Big 
Boys, which were to be converted 
to Shoney's. Thompson had always 
promised his dad that when he had 
his own company, it would be a 
family business. He quickly brought 
his sister, Benita, on board and hirec 
his brother Fred, then a presiden- 
tial assistant to Ralph Rossum at 
Hampden- Sydney College, as chief 
administrative officer. 

Despite the idyllic setup, things 
were off to a shaky start. Customer 
demand for Shoney's was waning. 
Then the Blizzard of '93 struck and 
Thompson lost 5500,000 in one 
weekend. A few months later his 
father passed away. In the throes of 
disaster and having lost his confidan 
and role model, Thompson needed 
to regroup. After a weekend alone, 
he announced that the company 
was going to move away from the 
restaurant business and into contraci 
food services. He immediately found 
a niche when he started to win 



44 THE --RECORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



)ntracts from historically black 
Jleges and black-owned compa- 
les. Over the next few years, his 
ient roster grew rapidl\-. 

In 1997, Thompson formed a 
irtnership with Compass Group 
SA — one of the largest food 
rvice companies in the country- 
id formed a new 
vision, Thomp- 
in Hospitalitv 
;r\ices, L.L.C. 
he joint venture 
lowed Thomp- 
in to compete 
ith the biggest 
ayers in the 
;ld. His client 
;t now includes 
le University 
Houston, 
iGuardia and 
•K Airports, 
le Cleveland 
rowns' Stadium, 
merican Express, 

ihnson & Johnson, and The Wash- 
gton Post. Meanwhile, the original 
hompson Hospitality Corporation 
ill operates a host of restaurants in 
le D.C. area. 

Recognized as the wttnderkind 
the hospitality industry, he has 
:aten glacial odds. Unlike contem- 
sraneous success stories in the 
chnology industr)', Thompson's 
artup had to compete with 100 
:ar-old companies. That challenge 
as not unlike his experience of 
;ing one of rvvelve Black students 
Hampden-Svdney, an historically 
hire college. Although Thompson 
ys vocal racists were in the minor- 
y. Black students were disrupting 
centuries-old paradigm. The 
ollege was an extension of the 
mes, and discrimination was a 
gniflcant factor. 

In response, Thompson and the 
:her Black students formed the 
linorit)' Student Union, which 
IS a strong presence on campus 
>day, and used the organization to 
rovide suppon for Blacks in the 
immunity. Because the schools in 
rince Edward Counrv refused to 



"One day my boss 

told me, 

'Don't think. 

Just do what I say. ' 

I knew at that 

moment I would be 

my own boss. " 

WARREN THOMPSON '89 
Food Service Entrepreneur 



integrate and were closed for several 
years in the 1960s, a significant 
number of the county's African 
Americans were uneducated. 
These individuals, many ol whom 
worked at the College, embraced 
the Black students as their hope for 
the luture. In turn, the Minority 

Student Union, 

rather than 
having parties, 
channeled their 
funds back into 
the community 
by donating to 
Black churches 
and organiza- 
tions. "It was an 
inherently posi- 
tive situation," 
he said. 

Thomp- 
son and his 
classmates also 
started a chapter 
of Alpha Phi 
Alpha, the national Greek-letter 
fraternirv' for African Americans. In 
a show ot strategic iconoclasm, the 
fraternity's goal was to have repre- 
sentation in all major student orga- 
nizations. Following in his brother's 
footsteps, Thompson served as 
Secretary-Treasurer of Student 
Government. In his junior year, he 
ran for Student Body President and 
lost in a third round run-off only a 
few votes shv of becoming the first 
African American to fill the seat 
(a goal later realized b)' Maurice 
Jones '86.) 

Despite the difficulties, being 
in the extreme minority was a 
positive challenge for Thompson. 
"Corporate America is still run by 
white males. And when I was at 
Hampden- Sydney, I got a degree 
not only in economics, but also in 
White culture. That's made me 
better able to succeed in this envi- 
ronment," Thompson said. "It was a 
great experience — I wouldn't trade 
it for anything." 



six seasons coaching a variety of 
offensive positions at the University 
of Massachusetts, which won the 
Division I-AA championship in 
1998. 

The Drug Enforcement Admin- 
istration has transferred JASON 
SANDOVAL to the agency's resi- 
dent office in Mazatlan, Mexico. 
After attending a six-month inten- 
sive language program at Diplo- 
matic Languages Services in Ading- 
ton, Virginia, he moved to Mexico 
in February. Sandoval has worked 
for the DEA for over three years, 
having completed his first post- 
ing in Albuquerque, New Mexico, 
where he primarily investigated 
Mexican heroin cases. 



1995 



CHARLES HURT III is a Wash- 
ington, D.C, correspondent for the 

Charlone Observer. 



1996 



R. CHRISTOPHER MUNIQUE 

joined the law firm of Lacy, Camp- 
bell & Associates in Wytheville, 
Virginia. As an associate with the 
firm, he will concentrate his practice 
in general litigation, real estate, 
business, domestic relations, and 
criminal and traffic defense. He 
was previously an associate with 
Heilig, McKenry, Fraim & LoUar in 
Norfolk. 



1997 



JEFF ANDERSON has taken a 
position with a national search firm 
in Boston that places people on the 
executive and management levels 
with construction companies. He 
writes: "It's cold up here." 

JOHN CATTANO is an ana- 
lyst for Harren Equity Partners, a 
private equity fund headquartered 
in Charlottesville. 

ANDREW CHAPPELL is 




Charles Hun 111 '95 



45 




Cover hoy Chris Dowdy 
'99 skiing at Wintergreen 




Greg Thomas '99 on 
Capital Hill. 




On assignment for an 

alumni profile, new College 

Editor Lee Rice '01 was 

invited to try out some 

SWAT team equipment. 



a forensic scientist at the Ohio 
Bureau of Ctiminal Identification 
& Investigation. 

On the heels of receiving the 
Federal Reserve Bank of New 
York's prestigious President's 
Award, given in recognition of 
exceptional performers, SEKOU 
KAALUND has taken a new 
position as a relationship special- 
ist and examiner-in-charge; he 
is responsible for managing a 
portfolio of banks. Mr. Kaalund 
also won the regional level of the 
annual oratorical competition 
for the Urban Financial Services 
Coalition in Philadelphia. He has 
advanced to the national competi- 
tion in New Orleans. 

MATTHEW PEACOCK is 
the direct channel manager for 
SunCom. 

J. DANIEL POND has been 
appointed to the Front Ro\'al 
Town Council in Northern Vir- 
ginia. Having finished at George 
Mason School of Law in 2000, he 
is an attorney with the Front Ro^'al 
law firm Napier, Pond, Athey & 
Athev. He was appointed to the 
Town Council to fill a seat left 
vacant when the former Mayor 
resigned to assume a position in 
the Virginia General Assembly. 
His term expires June 30 and he 
plans to seek re-election in May. 



1998 



YANCEY WASHINGTON has 

joined the law firm of Rose, Rand, 
Orcutt, Cauley, Blake & Ellis, 
P.A., a general practice firm in 
Wilson, North Carolina. He grad- 
uated from Campbell University's 
School of Law in Mav 200L 



1999 



An action shot of CHRIS 
DOWDY skiing at Wintergreen 
Resort appeared on the January 
cover of the Old Town Crier, an 
events and entertainment maga- 



zine for Alexandria, Annapolis, the 
Blue Ridge, and Geoi;getown. The 
corresponding article giA'es infor- 
mation about skiing in the area. 
Dowdy lives in Richmond and 
works as a pharmaceutical sales 
representative in Central Virginia. 
During the "ski season," he works 
at the Wintergreen Ski School, 
where he serves as the director of 
youth programs and teaches pri- 
vate lessons upon request. 

JUSTIN P. HOLOFCHAK 
has joined Grubb & Ellis, Bissell, 
Patrick, a Charlotte, North Caro- 
lina, law firm specializing in com- 
mercial real estate sales and leasing. 
Mr. Holofchak is a commercial 
real estate broker and ad\'isor. 

GREG THOMAS is com- 
munications director for 
Congressman Randy Forbes 
(R-VA, 4th District). When 
he started in that position, he 
was the youngest communica- 
tions director on Capital Hill. 



Advanced 
Studies 



2000 



SHING YUE TANG has been 
promoted to assistant manager 
with Office Depot in Midlothian. 



2001 



SCOTT HARRIS is teaching 
9th and 10th grade English at 
Orangeburg Preparatory School in 
Orangeburg, South Carolina. 

SHAWN PATTISON is a 
mortgage broker with 1st Nations 
Mortgage in Charlottesville. 

LELAND RICE has become 
College Editor at Hampden- 
Sydne)'. He will be responsible for 
producing material for the Record 
and other projects. 

MATT SCOTT is a Midwest 
equipment coordinator tor the 
European shipping company P&O 
Nedlloyd's. Scott coordinates 
the moving of equipment and 
freight in and out of the Midwest 
and works at the companv's new 
branch in Portsmouth, Virginia. 



1987 



KENDALL KILLGORE is 

attending medical school at the 

Universit}' of Missouri-Colum- 
bia School ot Medicine. He had 
spent several years as a chemical 
researcher in the pharmaceuti- 
cal industr)' and working at a 
children's hospital in St. Louis. 



1992 



OSCAR K. WEINMEISTER 
III is pursuing an MBA/MHA at 
Georgia State LTniversit)'. He lives 
with his wife, Amy, and son, John 
"Jack" McCorkle, in Commerce, 
Georgia. 



1994 



CHRIS DODSON received a a 
Juris Doctor degree in environ- 
mental law from Vermont Law 
School in May 2001. He also holds 
a master's degree in environmental 
science, with a concentration in 
ecolog}', from the Universit}' of 
New Haven. Dodson has joined 
Timmons in Richmond as an envi- 
ronmental scientist; he will work 
on wetland assessments and delin- 
eation, stream assessments, wet- 
land and stream restoration design, 
environmental permitting consul- 
tation, and em'ironmental permit 
compliance monitoring. Founded 
in 1953, Timmons is an engineer- 
ing, planning, and environmental 
firm with offices in Virginia and 
North Carolina. 

J. CHRISTOPHER LEMONS 
received his MBA from the Gradu- 
ate School of Business at the Col- 
lege of William & Miry. He is 
now practicing corporate and secu- 



46 THE TtgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



rides law for the firm ot Troutman 
Sanders, LLP. in Richmond. 



1995 



SCOTT McFALLS is pursuing 
an MBA through the University of 
Kansas while living in Northern 
Italy. 



1996 



MICAH EADS is enrolled in 
the doctoral program in clinical 
psvcholog\' at Virginia Common- 
wealth L'ni\ersir\'. 

ALLEN WATSON received a 
masters in industrial psvcholog\' 
from the Uni\'ersit}- ot Southern 
Mississippi, where he is currently 
enrolled in a doctoral program. 

JEFFREY WHITE is^omplet- 
ing his master's program in clinical 
psvchologv at the L'niversit)' ol 
Hartford. 



1997 



HEATH CASH is enrolled in 
dental school at the Medical Col- 
lege of Virginia. 

WILLLVM DAVIS is enrolled 
in Divinit}' School at Union Theo- 
logical Seminar.'. 

KRIS FRITSCHE is pursu- 
ing a masters degree in industrial 
and organizational psychology at 
Florida International Universit}'. 

Aher receiving a master's degree 
from the Universitv' of Richmond, 
GORDON GIFFORD is enrolled 
in the doctoral program in physi- 
ological psychology at Dartmouth. 

JAMES HARRELL is in law 
school at Campbell University. 



1998 



CHRISTOPHER C. CAPLES is 

studying for a master s in history at 
the University of Alabama. Write 
him at c.capUs@worldnet.att.net. 



THOMPSON DAVIS receiN ed 
a master's degree in family counsel- 
ing from East Carolina University 
and is completing his doctorate 
in clinical psychology at Virginia 
Tech. 

JOSHUAA. HILTON is in 
his first vear ot medical school at 
the University ot Virginia. 

DAVID LAWRENCE is 
pursuing his masters degree in 
education from Eastern Washing- 
ton State University. 

TRES CARPENTER is 
enrolled in the MBA program at 
the University of California-Davis. 

BAKER ■WRIGHT received 
a master's in clinical psychology 
from East Carolina University, 
and is completing his doctorate in 
experimental psychology at Florida 
State University. 



1999 



KE'V^N GARST is pursuing a 
master's in education at Virginia 
Tech. He is student-teaching at 
Patrick Henr)' High School in 
Roanoke, where he also coaches 
the junior varsity basketball team. 

ROGER HOPPER is attend- 
ing Appalachian School of Law in 
Grundy, Virginia. 

KIP KEENER is enroOed 
in law school at Wake Forest 
Universit}'. 

BRIAN MACKEY is pursuing 
a doctorate in school psychology at 
Tulane University. 

JOHN SCOTT is pursuing 
a master's in liberal arts from 
Winthrope University. He is also 
the athletic director at the YMCA 
in Rockhill, South Carolina. 

TOM WASKOM is enrolled 
in law school at the University of 
Virginia. 



2000 



JASON FOWLKES is a medical 
student at the Medical University 
of South Carolina. Although he is 



a second-year student and spends 
most ot his time in the classroom, 
Fowlkes recently received a real-life 
test in life-saving. While dining 
with a friend, he noticed a woman 
seated near them, her head against 
the wall and her eyes closed. Fowl- 
kes recognized her irregular breath- 
ing and immediately discovered 
she had no pulse. He called EMS 
and administered CPR — Fowlkes 
doing the compressions and his 
friend, a fellow medical student, 
doing the respirations. The 
paramedics soon showed up and, 
after hospitalization, the woman 
is doing well. That evening the 
restaurant treated the students to 
all the shrimp they could eat. The 
woman, according to her daughter, 
talks everyda)' about the "mys- 
tery heroes" who saved her life. 
Fowlkes, who has had a year and a 
half of experience as an emergency 
medical technician, said the event 
was a reminder of why he was 
called to medical school. 

After a year of working as 
a research analyst in non- lethal 
weapons systems, ADAM 
JURACH is now attending T. 
C. Williams School of Law at 
the University of Richmond. He 
continues to serve as a paramedic 
on the rescue squads for Stafford 
and Richmond. 

JEFF MAPP is attending medi- 
cal school at the Medical College 
of Virginia. 



2001 



GARRETT HAMILTON is 

pursuing a master's degree in clini- 
cal psychology at East Carolina 
University. 

IVIATTHEW MARABLE 

is pursuing a master's degree in 
human resources at the University 
of South Carolina. 




Chris Dodson '94 



THE 'KgCOBD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 47 



Weddings 



At the wedding of Roger 

Kirby '88 and Louise 

Everall on May 5, 2001: 

(seated, from lefi)John 

Maloney '88, Bernard 

Moss '88, and Richard 

Godsey '85; (standing) 

Michael R. Barke '88, 

Sergeant First Class Matt 

Eversmann '88, Roger 

and Louise, brother of the 

groom Wade Kirby '80, 

and Frank Page '88. 



At the wedding of Justin 

M. Cole '89 and Michele 

Renee Forester on June 

16, 2001: (from left) Pat 

Taylor '89, Keith Kozlowski 

'89, Tim Curtin '89, 

Michele & Justin, Harmon 

Miller IV '89 Richard 

Krusein'89, Cabell 

Wallace '89, and Adams 

Darden IV '88. 



T943 



HORACE and EVELYN 

ADAMS celebrated their 55th 
wedding anniversary on March 23, 
2001, with a trip to the Grove Park 
Inn in Asheville, North Carolina. 



1978 



F. JEFFERSON JAMES and 
AMY BASHAM were mar- 



ried on December 16, 2000, in 
Portsmouth, Virginia. Among 
those in attendance were Ronald 
W. Dodson '60 and Dr. Lucian 
A. Durham III '80. The couple 
practices law in the Tidewater area 
and lives in Chesapeake. 



1981 



ROBERT J. SHEPHERD and 
ANTONIA MARIE FERGU- 
SON were married in spring 2001. 
The bride is a graduate of Elon 
College. Mr. Shepherd owns First 
Step Computers in Roanoke. 




1988 



ROGER KIRBY and LOUISE 

EVERALL were married on May 
5, 2001, in Dornoch Cathedral, 
Dornoch, Scotland. In attendance 
were John Maloney '88, Bernard 
Moss '88,Richard Godsey '85, 
Michael R. Barke '88, Sergeant 
First Class Matt Eversmann '88, 
brother of the groom Wade Kirby 
'80, and Frank Page '88. The 
couple lives in Richmond. 



1989 



JUSTIN M. COLE and MI- 
CHELE RENEE FORESTER 

were married on June 16, 2001, 
at Covenant Presbyterian Church 
in Charlotte, North Carolina. In 
attendance were Pat Taylor '89, 
Keith Kozlowski '89, Tim Cur- 
tin '89, Harmon Miller IV '89, 
Richard Kruse III '89, Cabell 
Wallace '89, and Adams Darden 
IV '88. The bride is a graduate 
of the College of Charleston. Mr. 
Cole is account manager for the 
Northeast division of J.R. Cole 
Industries, Inc. They live in Jersey 
City, New Jersey. 

JOHN DelNEGRO and LISA 
M. HANES were married on 
November 8, 2001, on the islands 
of Turks and Caicos in the British 
West Indies. Mr. DelNegro is the 
owner of Integram. They live in 
Arlington. 



1990 



SCOTT ALAN McKAIN and 
SUSAN WARING SMITH were 
married on October 20, 2001, 
at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church 
in Petersburg, Virginia. Among 
the groomsmen was Dr. Robert 
Urofsky '90. The couple lives in 
Petersburg. 



THE TigCOFD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 



1991 



JEFFREY P. COLEMAN 
.ind SARAH CATHERINE 

HOLTHAUS \N'ere married on 
October 6, 2001, in Alexandria. 
The bride graduated from Univer- 
sity of Richmond's T.C. Williams 
School oFLaw. Mr. Coleman is 
employed b\' All Risks Insurance, 
Ltd., in Timonium, Mar\-|and. 
The\- live in Baltimore. 

Dr. WILLIAM ROWLAND 
JONES III and JENNIFER 
LAYNE ROEDER were married 
on October 2", 2001, at an out- 
door ceremon\' at the Raven's 
Roost scenic overlook on the 
Blue Ridge Park\va\'. The bride 
is a graduate of the Rochester 
Community College registered 
nursing program. Mr. Jones 
graduated from the University of 
Virginia Medical School in 1995 
and completed his residency in 
urolog)- at the Mayo Clinic, Roch- 
ester, Minnesota. He is emplo\'ed 
at the Augusta Medical Center in 
Fisherville. Thev live in Lyndhurst, 
Minnesota. 



1992 



STEPHEN M. DRISCOLL and 
MARY KATHERINE POTTS 

were married on November 3, 
2001, in Winchester, Virginia. 
The bride is a graduate of rhe 
University of Virginia and received 
a master's degree in business 
administration from the College 
of William & Mary. Mr. DriscoU 
also received a master's degree in 
business administration from rhe 
College of William & Mary. They 
live in Phoenix, Arizona. 



1993 



JON KENNETH KJOS and 
SALLIE JOY FINNEY were 
married on September 15, 2001, in 
Leesburg, Virginia. In attendance 
were David Brickhill '93, Steven 





Ho '95, Matt Michael '95, and 
Leonard Armstrong '92. The 

couple lives in South Riding, 
Virginia. 



1994 



DAVID C. KELLY and SARA 
ANNE KILTS were married on 
February 2, 2002, in Chapel Hill. 
The bride is a graduate of North 
Carolina State University and is 
the accounting manager for Brand 
Fuel Promotions in Morrisville. 
Mr. Kelly is director of commu- 
nications for St. Timothy's-Hale 
School in Raleigh. They live in 
Raleigh. 



WILLIAM FRANCIS 
SHUMADINE and LISA 
JACQUELYN TAYLOR were 
married on September 23, 2000. 
In attendance were Jeremy Ellis 
'96, Chris Hight '96, Blake 
Burr '94, Henry Spalding '60, 
Tommy Davidson '96, Brian 
Musselwhite '96, Bruce Stephens 
'96, BerkJoUy '96, William 
Boinest '54, father and Trustee 
William F. Shumadine '66, 
Bates Chappell '64, Chris Fallen 
'94, Jarrett Ramsey '96, Brian 
Sommardahl '96, Drew Wise 
'94, Ken Hutchenson '94, Greg 
Suskind '94, John Macfarlane 
'76, Rodney Williams '93, 
George Trible '91, Pat Branch 
'94, and Leo Boyd '92. The 



At the wedding of Jon 
Kjos '93 and Sallie Joy 
Finney on September 15, 
2001: (from left) David 
Brickhill '93. Steven Ho 
'95, Matt Michael '95, 
Jon & Sallie, and Leon- 
ard Armstrong '92. 



At the wedding of J. 
Ellsworth Summers, Jr. 
'94 and Kelly Elizabeth 
Malloiy onjtdy 28, 
2001: (sitting, from 
left) Sean Pepe '94, 
Berk Jolly '96, Kelly & 
Ellsworth, Andreiv Wise 
'94, Matt Karnitschnig 
'94; (standing) Brian 
Sommardahl '96, Everette 
Seay IV '94, Chris Cooper 
'93, Ray Lockard '95, 
Richard Atlee, Jr. '93, 
Samuel Henry, Jr. '94, 
Jarratt Ramsey 111 '96, 
Ken Hutcheson '94, Chris 
Bissinger '95, Christopher 
Hight III '96, and John 
StHhrIIl'95. 



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At the wedding of William 

Francis Shumadine '94 and 

Jacquelyn Taylor on September 

23, 2000: (kneeling, from 

left) Jeremy Ellis '96, Lisa & 

Will, Chris Might '96, and 

Blake Burr '94; (standing) 

Heniy Spalding '60, Tommy 

Davidson '96, Brian Mus- 

selwhite '96, Bruce Stephens 

'96, Berk Jolly '96, William 

Boinest '54, father William 

F. Shumadine 66, Bates 

Chappell '64, Chris Fallen 

'94, Jarrett Ramsey '96, 

Brian Sommardahl '96, Drew 

Wise '94, Ken Hutchenson 

'94, Greg Suskind '94, John 

Macfarlane '76, Rodney 

Williams '93, George Trible 

'91, Pat Branch '94, and Leo 

Boyd '92. 



At the wedding of Jonathan 

Henry Paris '96 and Sarah 

Trahair Chaffee: (left to 

right)Trey Blocker '96, 

Jonathan & Sarah, and 

Benjamin Paris '98. 



At the wedding of Ran- 
dolph Jackson Light '96 
and Susan Paige Renick on 
October 20, 200L- (left to 
right) James Camden '95, 
John Grove '98, Joshua 
Chapman '96, Jeffrey 
Laurent '94, Randolph & 
Susan, Scott Singleton '98 
(behind the bride), Shawn 
Everett '97, Christian 
Flutter '96, Christopher 
Wray '93, Clay Persinger 
'96, Geoffrey Gilmore 
'94, James Mullins '87, 
Bartram Schajfer '96, 
Eric Early '94, Alfred 
Evans '96, Peter Hall '94, 
and Sean Litton '96. 




couple lives in Richmond. 

J. ELLSWORTH 
SUMMERS, JR., and KELLY 
ELIZABETH MALLORY 

were married on July 28, 2001, 
at Christ Church in Millwood, 



Virginia. Among the grooms- 
men were Christopher Ambrose 
Bissinger '95, Samuel Patrick 
Henry, Jr. '94, Matthew Helmut 
Karnitschnig '94, Edward 
Jarratt Ramsey III '96, Everette 




Meade Seay IV '94, and Brian 
Clark Sommardahl '96. The 

bride is a graduate of Southern 
Methodist Universit}' in Dallas, 
Texas, Regent Universit)' School of 
Law, Regent Universit)''s Robert- 
son School of Go\'ernment in 
Mrginia Beach, and is a candidate 
for a master's in forensic sciences 
from The George Washington 
Uni\'ersity. She is an assistant 
commonwealth s attorne}' for the 
City of Norfolk. Mr. Summers is 
a graduate of Stetson Universit}' 
College of Law in Tampa, Florida, 
and is an associate at the law firm 
of Kaufman & Canoles, P.C. They 
live in Norfolk. 



1995 



WILLIAM FRAZIER BELL, 
JR., and ERIKA FRANKLIN 
WERNER were married on July 
8, 2001. Thev live m Richmond. 



1996 



JAMES AUBREY DAVIS III and 
HEATHER ELISE BELL were 
married on November 10, 2001, 
at Mewmont Baptist Church in 
Hickor)', North Carolina. The 
bride is a graduate of the Univer- 
sitv of North Carolina at Chapel 
Hill, where she also received a 
masters degree in accounting. She 
is senior tax associate with jArthur 
Anderson, LLR in Charlotte. Mr. 
Da^'is is employed by Decision- 
Point International ot Charlotte. 

RANDOLPH JACKSON 
LIGHT and SUSAN PAIGE 
RENICK «ere married on 
October 20, 2001, in Roanoke. 
Among those in attendance were 
James Lee Camden '95, John 
Pendleton Grove '98, Joshua 
Wood Chapman '96, Jeffrey 
Laurent '94, Scott Singleton 
'98, Brandon Shawn Everett 
'97, Christian Sixtus Hutter 
'96, Christopher Paxton Wray 
'93, Clay Buchanan Persinger 



50 



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'96, Geoffrey Keith Gilmore 
'94, James Hanev MuUins '87, 
Bartram Andrew Schaffer '96, 
Eric Franklin Early '94, Alfred 
Lewis Evans '96, Peter Anthony 
Hall '94, and Sean Maurice 
Litton '96. The bride is a specialty' 
sales representatiN'e for Merck. Mr. 
Light is an outside sales representa- 
tive for Ferguson Enterprises. They 
li\e in .Atlanta. 

JONATHAN HENRY 
PARIS and SARAH TRAHAIR 
CHAFFEE were married on July 
6, 2001, on Cape Cod, Massachu- 
setts. Among the groomsmen were 
Trey Blocker '96 and Benjamin 
Paris '98. The bride is a gradu- 
ate of Sweet Briar College, and is 
editorial coordinator at Bulfinch 
Press. Mr. Paris is marketing 
manager for the Massachusetts 
Sports Pannership. The\' live in 
Boston. 

CLAY B. PERSINGER and 
ELISA M. ESPOSITO were 
married on September 22, 2001, 
at the Evelynton Plantation in 
Charles Cit\-, Virginia. In atten- 
dance were Shawn Everett '97, 
Josh Chapman '96, Pat Griffey 
'96, Sam Kennedy '95, Lee 
Camden '95, Griff AJdrich '96, 
Bart Shaeffer '96, John Oechsle 
'93, Ed Bell '98, Jamie Dicken- 
son '97, Eric Strong '96, Jackson 
Light '96, Jimmy Mullens '97, 
Scon Singleton '98, Berkley 
Edmunds '95, Tadd Meyer '96, 
and John- Garrett Kemper '93. 
The bride is a 199"^ graduate of the 
College of Charleston. They live in 
.Armapolis, Maryland. 



1997 



BAXTER F. PHILLIPS III and 
MARGARET ANNE HAMILL 
were married on July 7, 2001, at 
the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart 
in Richmond. Among the grooms- 
men were Brantley Whitley '99, 
Clinton Kelly '97, and Alexander 
Minten '99. Fleming Williams 
'97 was a reader. Also in atten- 




dance were Greg Thomas '99, 
Preston Montague '97, Everard 
Neil '98, Paul Lozito '99, Carl 
Johnston '97, Matthew Gar- 
rison '99, Meade Whitaker III 
'99, Paul Arnold '98, Anthony 
Hix '98, David Dresser '01, Jeff 
Kelley '97, Jason Angus '97, 
James Matthew Haynes '97, Tom 



Waskom '99, Andrew Hampton 
'99, and Jack Shannon '99. Mr. 

Phillips is head of investor relations 
at Insmed, Inc., a biopharmaceuti- 
cal companv that develops drug 
candidates for the treatment of 
metabolic diseases and endocrine 
disorders associated with insulin 
resistance. They live in Richmond. 




At the wedding of Clay B. 
Persinger '96 and Elisa 
M. Esposito on September 
22, 2001: (first row, left to 
right) Shawn Everett '97, 
Pat Griffey '96, Clay & 
Elisa, Sam Kennedy '95; 
(second row) Lee Camden 
'95, Griff Aldrich '96 
Bart Shaeffer '96, John 
Oechsle '93, Ed Bell '98, 
Jamie Dickenson '97; 
(stairs, bottom to top) Eric 
Strong '96, Jackson Light 
'96, Jimmy Midlens '97, 
Scott Singleton '98, Berkley 
Edmunds '95, TaddMeyer 
'96, and John- Garrett 
Kemper '93. 



At the wedding of Baxter F. 
Phillips III '97 and Marga- 
ret Anne Hamill on July 7, 
2001: (front row) Hunter 
Curie, Margret & Baxter, 
and Alexander Minten '99; 
(middle row) Jeff Kelley '97, 
Jason Angus '97, James Mat- 
thew Haynes '97, Brantley 
Whitley '99, Clinton Kelly 
'97, Fleming Williams 
'97, Tom Waskom '99, 
Andreiu Hampton '99, and 
Jack Shannon '99 ; (back) 
Greg Thomas '99, Preston 
Montague '97, Everard Neil 
'98, Paul Lozito '99, Carl 
Johnston '97, Matthew Gar- 
rison '99, Meade Whitaker 
III '99, Paul Arnold '98, 
Anthony Hix '98, and 
David Dresser '01. 



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51 




Randy Williams '96 and 
Zanyah Rae Williams. 



JOHN CARTER SHAW and 
GINA MARIA DeSANTIS were 
married on October 20, 2001, in 
Belmar, New Jersey. The bride is 
a graduate of Randolph-Macon 
Woman's College. Mr. Shaw is 
employed by Northwestern Mutual 
Financial Network in Lynchburg. 
They live in Evington, Virginia. 



1999 



DORION HAMILTON BAKER 
and LEAH VERONIQUE 

COLEMAN were married on May 
10, 1999. The bride is a graduate 
of Virginia State University. Mr. 
Baker is technical recruiter for 
TFK Systems. They live in Reston, 
Virginia. 

CHARLES E. REDDING 
and ANNA H. CARMICHAEL 
were married on October 20, 2001, 
at the Bull and Bear Club in Rich- 
mond, Virginia. In attendance 
were Mike Irvin '99, professor of 
economics at Hampden- Sydney 
Justic Isaacs '95, Van Everett 
'99, Jim Shew '99, David Hobbs 
'99, Mike York '98, Drew 
Gillespie '99, Lew Bryant '99, 
Harvey Carmichael '74, Charles 



Redding '99, and Russ Carmi- 
chael '04. The couple lives in 
Midlothian, Virginia. 



2001 



RAPHAEL V. SYDNOR and 
SARAH SAUNDERS HERN- 
DON were married on December 
15, 2001, in Woodberry Forest, 
Virginia. The bride is a graduate of 
Sweet Briar College. Mr. Sydnor is 
an upper school English teacher at 
Saddle River Day School in Saddle 
River, New Jersey. They live in 
Westwood, New Jersey. 



Births 



1985 



To MATTHEW and RHONDA 
HANKINS, a daughter, Anna 
Grace Hankins, on February 7, 
2002. She joins big brothers Dan- 
iel, 10, and Joshua, 7. 



1986 



To CHIP and RANDY TARPEY, 

fraternal twin girls, Camilla and 
Frances Tarpey, on April 11, 2001, 
in Marin Countv, California. 



1987 



To HAWES and MARY SPEN- 
CER, a daughter, Anne Loring 
Spencer, on February 7, 2002, in 
Charlottesville. She joins their son 
Coleman, 5, and daughter Man,' 
Campbell, 2. 

To ROBERT and KATHRYN 
WELLBORN, a son, Brandon 
Alexander Wellborn, on January 
27 2002, in Dallas, Texas. 



1988 



At the wedding of Charles 
E. Reddin '99 and Anna 
H. Carmichael on October 
20, 2001: (kneeling, left to 
right) Harvey Cannichael 
74, Anna & Charles, and 
Russ Carmichael; (middle 
row) Rob Ellis, Alex Bain, 
Mike York '98, Drew Gil- 
lespie '99, Lew Bryant '99; 
(back row) Mike Irving 
'99, Justin Isaacs '95, 
Blair Griffing, Van Everett 
'99 Jim Shew '99, David 
Hobbs '99, Andy Hab- 
emicht '99, and Harris 
Gignilliat. 




To BEVERLY and ANGELA 

DAVIS, a son, Beveriy Alan Davis, 
onjanuar)' 16, 2001, in Radford, 
Virginia. 



1989 



To MICHAEL and ANITHA 

LEONARD, a son, Solomon 
Jacob Tyson Leonard, on March 3, 
2002, in Dunwoody, Georgia. 



1990 



To DAVID and ELISE BROWN, 

a daughter, Harriet Hay Ellis 
Brown, on January 4, 2002, in 
Charleston, South Carolina. 



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1992 



To PAUL and KAY AMOS, a son, 
Grittin Michael Amos, on October 
22, 2001, in Midlothian, Virginia. 

To THOMAS and LESLIE 
DICKINSON, a son, Thomas 
Townsend Dickinson, in 
Charlottesville, Virginia. 



1993 



To CREIGHTON and ANNE 
MARIE HITE, a son, Oliver 
Creighton Hite, on March 4, 
2002, in Richmond, Virginia. 

To S. NICHOLAS and ANN 
SMITH, a daughter, Rilev Claire 
Smith, on December 19, 2001, in 
Powhatan, \'irginia. 

To WILLIAM and CHRISTA 
EYE THOMPSON, a daughter, 
Lilly Mave Thompson, on Febru- 
arv 23, 2002. 



1994 



To BOYD and KATHRYN 

CLARY, a son. Turner Ashb\' 
Clar)', in Palmyra, Pennsylvania. 

To HENRY and DOROTHY 
JONES, a daughter, Doroth)' 
Spratley Jones, on December 21, 
2001, in Atlanta. 

To W. TAYLOR and KERRI 
RHODES, a daughter, Blair Eliza- 
beth Rhodes, on August 20, 2001, 
in Richmond. 

To MICHAEL and SARAH 
STAUNTON, a son, John Oliver 
Staunton, on November 14, 2001, 
in Lewisburg, West Virginia. 



1996 



To RANDY and CHIQUITA 
WILLIAMS, a daughter, Zanyah 
Rae Williams, on February 5, 
2002, in Petersburg, Virginia. 




Deaths 



HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 
2002 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE 



Sept. 7 

Sept. 14 
Sept. 21 
Sept. 28 

Oct. 5 
Oct. 12 

Oct. 19 
Oct. 26 
Nov. 2 



Sewanee 

Gettysburg 

Open 
Guilford* 

Bridgewater* A 
Emory & Henry* H 

Washington & Lee' A 
Catholic- H 

Davidson H 



1 pm 

<CST) 

1 pm 

1 pm 
1 pm 

1 pm 
1 pm 

1 pm 
1 pm 
1 pm 





Hall ,11 l'.im,- KiriniJ 




. ^... 


Nov. 9 Maryville 
Nov. 16 Randolph-Macon* 

rill- Cimi- 


A 
H 


. pm 
. pm 


•ODAC 


game Head Cinjch: Marti/ Favrct 


HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE 
2002 SOCCER SCHEDULE 


Aug. 23 


Liberty University 

Divmnit 1 Exhihilkm 


A 


9:00 


Aug. 31 


Cabrini College 

Yt-llozi- lackcl Cla^^ic 


N 12:30 


Sept. 1 


Holy Family College 

Yelkne lackcl Clafstc 


N 12:30 


Sept. 5 


Chowan College 


H 


4:00 


SepL7 


Marymount 

Mary Washington Ctasi^ic 


N 


1:00 


Sept. 8 


Mary Washington 

Man/ Washington Classii: 


A 


4:00 


Sept. 11 


Averett University 


A 


4:00 


Sept. 15 SavannahCoU^eA&D 


H 


2:00 


Sept. 18 


Methodist College 


A 


4:00 


Sept. 21 


Washington & Lee* 


H 


1:00 


Sept. 25 


Femim College 


H 


4:00 


Sept. 27 


Greensboro College 


H 


4:00 


Oct-l 


Guilford College* 


A 


4:00 


Oct. 5 


Lynchburg College* 


A 


2:00 


Oct. 12 


Bridgewater College* 


H 


11:00 


OcL15 


Va. Wesleyan* 


H 


4:00 


Oct 20 


Emory & Henry* 


A 


3:30 


Oct. 23 


Randolph-Macon* 


A 


4:00 


Oct. 26 


Roanoke College* 


A 


2:00 


Oct. 30 


Eastern Mennonite* 


H 


4:00 


Nov. 2-9 


ODAC Tournament 

'ODAC game 


TBC 




»- ^H^?'^>Cpflcfc.^Kol)CTjpJVIo/mflry 





WILLIAM SYDNOR ADKIS- 
SON, JR., died on February 27, 
2002, in South Boston, Virginia. 
A Kappa Sigma, he went on to 
teach at Volens High School 
in Nathalie, Virginia, and later 
became an insurance agent and 
tree and tobacco farmer. He was a 
member of Hunting Creek Baptist 
Church in Nathalie, where he 
served as Deacon, Sunday school 
teacher, and church treasurer for 
over 64 years. He served as the 
clerk of the Dan River Baptist 
Association for 22 years. He was a 
member of the State Committee of 
Agricultural Adjustment Admin- 
istration, Board of Directors of 
Tobacco Associates, and Board of 
Directors of Virginia Farm Bureau 
Federation. He was also the presi- 
dent of the Virginia Farm Bureau 
and chairman ot the Virginia 
Bright Flue Cured Tobacco Board. 
He was a director of Mecklenburg 
Electric Cooperative, a member 
of Halifax Farm Security Com- 
mittee, Halifax County Planning, 
Southside Planning Commission, 
an election official of Halifax 
County, a member of Halifax 
County Redistricting Committee, 
and a member of the committee 
to work toward the establishment 
of an Educational Center and Ex- 
periment Station, which is now in 
Blackstone. He was a chairman of 
Halifax United Fund Drive, past 
president of Clover Lions Club, 
former member of Halifax County 
School Electoral Board, past direc- 
tor of Mount Laurel Swimming 
Pool Association, and member of 
Mount Laurel Ruritan Club. He 
was recipient of the Halifax Coun- 
ty Distinguished Citizen Award 
in 1951, Outstanding Tree Farmer 
of Virginia Award in 1979, and 
Mecklenburg Electrics Leadership 
Award in 1993 for accomplishment 



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53 




Stewart Bell, Jr. '31 



as a pioneer in the electrification of 
rural Southside Virginia. 



1931 



STUART BELL, JR., of Win- 
chester, Virginia, died on Decem- 
ber 17, 2001. Mr. Bell received a 
master's degree from the University 
of Virginia. He was an elder at 
First Presbyterian Church in Win- 
chester and taught at Middletown 
High School before becoming 
principal at the Gore School. In 
1942 he accepted a position in 
the Trade Agreements Division of 
the U.S. Department of State in 
Washington, D.C. He returned 
to Winchester the following year 
to take over the operation of the 
family farm and orchards. He 
was a member of the Winchester 
Apple Growers Association, the 
Rotary Club of Winchester, the 
Winchester-Frederick County 
Chamber of Commerce, and the 
Winchester- Frederick County 
Historical Society. He also served 
on the Board of Directors of 
Winchester Cold Storage, the 
George Washington Hotel Board, 
the Handley Library Board, and 
the Mount Hebron Cemetery 
Board; he was also active with the 
American Red Cross and the Boy 
Scouts of America. He served on 
the Winchester City Council from 
1954 to 1989. He was vice mayor 
from 1964 to 1972 and mayor 
from 1972 to 1980. He founded 
the Winchester Tree Commis- 
sion and was instrumental in the 
development of the Joint Judicial 
Center, juvenile and domestic 
relations court, and the 911 
emergency phone service. He also 
helped establish the Winchester 
Parks and Recreation Board, the 
Handley Library Board, and the 
regional health department. His 
awards and accomplishments 
include the James E. West Fellow 
Award from the Boy Scouts of 
America, the Patrick Henry Award 
from Hampden-Sydney College, 



the John O. Marsh Public Service 
Award, the Winchester- Frederick 
County Chamber of Commerce 
Outstanding Citizen Award, and 
an honorary doctorate of humani- 
ties from Shenandoah Universit)'. 

JOHN M. HAMLET died 
on December 9, 2001. At the 
age of 18 months, he was struck 
with polio, yet the disease never 
daunted his indomitable spirit. 
After graduating from the 
University of Virginia Law School, 
he entered private practice in 
Charlottesville. In 1947 he was 
appointed Judge of the Juvenile 
and Domestic Relations Court of 
Charlottesville and served in that 
capacity until 1950. After retiring 
from law practice he served as a 
Judge for special hearings for the 
Commonwealth of Virginia for 21 
years. He was a member of First 
Presbyterian Church, Sigma Chi 
fraternity, and a life member of 
BPO 309 Elks Club. He married 
Lena Ann Wood in 1940 and 
they had two children. In 1965 he 
married Myrtle Courier Caul, who 
survives him. 



1933 



WILLIAM BENJAMIN 
COSTENBADER died on 
February 8, 2002. He graduated 
from the University of Maryland 
School of Dentistry and practiced 
in Norfolk for 51 years until his 
retirement in 1986. He was a 
member of the American Dental 
Association, the Virginia Dental 
Association, the Tidewater Dental 
Association, the Seaboard Dental 
Study Club, the Southeastern 
Dental Study Club, the Southeast- 
ern Academy of Prosthodontics, 
and was a Fellow of the Virginia 
Dental Association and a Fellow 
of the International College of 
Dentists. He was also a member of 
Omicron Kappa Upsilon honorary 
dental society, and was a recipient 
of the Richard F. Simmons Award 
on two occasions. He was active 



in the First Presbyterian Church 
of Virginia Beach, having served 
as elder and trustee. He served as 
trustee on the Board of Tidewater 
Westminster Homes and on the 
Board of Westminster- Canterbury 
of Hampton Roads. His son is Dr. 
William B. Costenbader, Jr. '60. 



1934 



ROBERT HOLT EDMUNDS 

died on January 23, 2002. He 
played football at Hampden- 
Sydney and, after working at 
Imperial Tobacco, joined the U.S. 
Army Air Corps in World War II. 
He reached the rank of captain 
and served in the Middle East 
and Europe. After discharge from 
the Army, he lived in Halifax, 
Virginia, and worked for the fam- 
ily creamer business. In 1946 he 
married the former Mary Lewis 
Rucker of Greensboro. In 1957 
he moved to Greensboro and 
founded Edmunds Manufactur- 
ing Company, a steel fabricating 
business. He continued to run this 
firm until shortly before his death. 
He loved tennis and for many 
years was co-holder of the title of 
North Carolina Senior Doubles 
Champion. He served the vestries 
of St. John's Episcopal Church in 
Halifax and Holy Trinity Episco- 
pal Church in Greensboro, where 
he was senior warden. He was an 
active member of the Rotary, the 
Greensboro Whist Club, and the 
Greensboro Investment Club. 

W. FRANKLIN FALLWELL 
died on November 29, 2001. A 
Farmville native, he graduated 
with honors from Hampden- 
Sydney and received his doctorate 
in chemistry from MIT in Boston. 
He married Dorothy MacLeod in 
1939 and lived in St. Louis and 
Iowa Civy until her death in 1986. 
He was employed as a research 
chemist for Monsanto Chemical 
Company. 



54 



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1935 



BERNARD E. DOTSON died 

on December 6, 2001. He grew up 
in Wise, Virginia, and attended 
Greenbrier Military Academy. At 
Hampden-Svdnev he was a golden 
glo\'es boxer and quarterback ol 
the tootball team. He also ran 
track, plaved baseball, and was 
on the golf team. He married his 
lifetime sweetheart, Ma\'o Bear\', 
and in 1942 graduated from Union 
Theological Seminary. The Rev. 
Dotson served Presb)'terian pastor- 
ates in Mt. Olive, North Carolina, 
and Carthage, North Carolina, 
from 1942 to 1975. Thereafter, 
he did volunteer pastoral care at 
Brownson Memorial Presbyterian 
Church in Southern Pines. He 
was active in the Mount Olive and 
Carthage Rotary Clubs and the 
Southern Pines Kiwanis Club. He 
and his wife actively campaigned 
for and supported the North Caro- 
lina Svmphony and the Moore 
Count}' Hospital Foundation. He 
was a member of the Pinehurst 
Forum and the Countr)' Club of 
Nonh Carolina, where he was a 
first flight golfer. 



1936 



HOWARD H. HANMER, JR., 

of Keysville, Virginia, died on Jan- 
uary 2, 2002. As owner of Hanmer 
Motor Company, he operated one 
of the oldest Ford dealerships in 
Virginia. For many years he was 
steward and treasurer of Keysville 
United Methodist Church. He 
served as a member of the town 
council for a decade before 1956, 
when he began his career as mayor 
of Keysville. In the late 1960s, he 
tried to step down as mayor, but 
the townspeople re-elected him 
anyway through write-in votes; he 
served as mayor for 32 years. 
During his tenure he lobbied 
to include Keysville in a federal 
soil conservation and watershed 
project to supplement the town's 



inefficient well-water. Construc- 
tion of a water filtration plant 
soon followed. He was a founding 
board member and former board 
president of the State Bank of 
Keysville. He also helped organize 
the town's volunteer fire depart- 
ment and, after his retirement 
from Hanmer Motor Company 
in the mid-1970s, he volunteered 
with the local rescue squad. 



1937 



OTIS R. THORNHILL, JR., 

of Culpeper died on January 15, 
2002. He was a retired hardware 
merchant. 

JOHN F. CHAMBERS of 

Blackstone, Virginia, died on 
February 12, 2002. At Hampden- 
Sydney he was a member of 
Omicron Delta Kappa honor- 
ary fraternit)' for leadership and 
the Kappa Alpha Order social 
fraternity. He was a Lieutenant 
Senior Grade serving with the 
U.S. Na\T during World War II. 
He worked for Blackstone Fuel & 
Supply, retiring in 1980 with 33 
years of ser%'ice. He attended St. 
Luke's Episcopal Church, where he 
was a lifetime member, a frequent 
member of the Vestn,', and served 
as junior warden. 



1939 



LOWERY D. FINLEY, JR., of 

Norfolk died on January' 3, 2002. 
Before coming to Hampden- 
Sydney, he attended Norfolk Acad- 
emy and graduated from Danville 
Military Academy. He was a World 
War II veteran, serving in the U.S. 
Coast Guard. He was affiliated 
with Lowery D. Finley & Co. 
for 65 years. He was a member of 
Star of the Sea Catholic Church. 
He was the father of Lowery D. 
Finley III '63 and the brother of 
James D. Finley II '34. 
FRED WHARTON 
PALMORE, JR., of Ashland, 
Virginia, died on December 14, 
200L A veteran of World War 



II, "Fritz" served as a lieutenant 
in the Navy through 1946. After 
leaving the Navy, he began a long 
career with the Chesapeake and 
Potomac Telephone Company, 
serving as manager in Lynchburg 
and Pulaski before returning to 
Hanover in 1953. Before his retire- 
ment in 1982, he was the primary 
government relations officer for 
Bell Atlantic in Virginia and 
Washington, D.C. After retire- 
ment he formed Public Affairs 
Associates and continued his work 
in government relations until his 
final retirement in 1992. He was 
a former president of the Pulaski 
Rotary Club, the Ashland Kiwanis 
Club, the Courthouse Ruritan 
Club, and the Hanover Country 
Club. He also served on the vestry 
of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in 
Hanover. 

WILLIAM G. WING of 
Lincoln City, Oregon, died on 
February 10, 2002. At Hampden- 
Sydney he was a member of Theta 
Chi social fraternity. He was a 
retired writer. 



1941 



ROBERT L. McBATH died 
on December 21, 2001. A native 
of Johnson City, Tennessee, he 
attended Union Theological 
Seminary after Hampden-Sydney. 
Following his ordination as a 
Presbyterian minister, he served 
congregations in North Carolina 
and Georgia and later became 
general presbyter of the Athens 
Presbytery. After retiring in 1987, 
he and his wife Dora moved to 
Sharps, Virginia, where he later 
served as interim minister of the 
Milden Presbyterian Church. 



1946 



RICHARD DA'VTD NOEL 

died on December 16, 2001, in 
Oxford, North Carolina. A native 
of Farmville, he was a member and 



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James J. Keating, Jr. '56 




Jos Heivitt '01 




Paul Livingston Grier 



former deacon of Oxford Baptist 
Church. He attended the Medical 
College of Virginia and Medical 
College of Georgia. He went on 
to become the chief surgeon at 
Granville Hospital for 34 years. 
He was active in Boy Scouts, the 
United Way, the Granville County 
Life Savings and Rescue Squad, 
and was athletic doctor for Oxford 
High School and J. F. Webb High 
School. He was a U.S. Air Force 
veteran and a member of Ernest F. 
Hart Post 90. 



1947 



Dr. ALBERT P. DICKSON III 

died on February 11, 2002, in 
Johnson City, Tennessee. During 
World War II, he served as a fight- 
er pilot in the U.S. Army Air Corp, 
stationed in Italy with the 15th Air 
Force. He flew a P-51 Mustang in 
the 5th Squadron, 52nd Fighter 
Group, and made first lieutenant 
before the wars end. He graduated 
magna cum laude from Hampden- 
Sydney and received his M.D. 
from the Medical College of Vir- 
ginia in 1952. He went into general 
practice, becoming the Erskine 
College physician in Due West, 
South Carolina, until 1961. In that 
year, he moved to Newland, North 
Carolina, where he opened his own 
practice. In 1990 he went to work 
for the Rural Health Consortium 
in Roan Mountain, Tennessee, 
before retiring in 1998. A member 
of Plumbtree Presbyterian Church, 
he served as elder, becoming elder 
emeritus in 1992. He and his wife 
made three trips to Venezuela as 
part of a medical team mission. 
He was the director of the Avery 
County Health Department for 
several years. Later, he instituted 
the medical examiner system and 
was the county medical examiner 
for a number of years. In addition, 
he served on the board of directors 
of the local branches of the North- 
western Bank and First Union 
Bank. He was on the Newland 



Board of AJdermen and designed 
the town seal. In 1990 the Avery 
County Chamber of Commerce 
chose him "Man of the Year." He 
was a direct descendent of Robert 
the Bruce, King of Scotland, and 
Chief Justice John Marshall, and 
a collateral descendant of Thomas 
Jefferson. 



1952 



Dr. WILLIAM T. JOHNSON 

died on March 16, 2002. Anative 
of Clarksville, Virginia, he had 
lived in Virginia Beach since 1962. 
He was a family practitioner in the 
Bayside area for 35 years. He re- 
ceived his M.D. from the Medical 
College of Virginia. Dr. Johnson 
considered it a privilege and honor 
to practice medicine. He founded 
Bayside Family Practice. Before 
retiring in 1995, he donated 
his time to the Virginia Beach 
Free Clinic. A lover of sports, he 
especially enjoyed being the team 
doctor for Bayside High School for 
many years. 



1956 



JAMES JOSEPH KEATING, 
JR., died on March 1, 2002, in 
Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. 
He was born in Pennsylvania and 
was retired vice president of Riggs 
National Bank in Washington, 
D.C. He endowed the Keating 
Medallion at Hampden-Sydney 
College, which recognizes excep- 
tional generosit)' and service to the 
College bv its alumni and friends. 



1964 



JOHN HAMILTON 
BERGERON died on March 4, 
2002, in Richmond. He was an 
emplo)'ment manager with the 
Department of Rehabilitative 
Services for the Commonwealth of 
Virginia. 



2001 



JAMES ROYSTER TARRY 
"JAS" HEWETT of SimpsonviUe, 
South Carolina, died on March 9, 
2002. Jas graduated summa aim 
laude from Hampden-Sydney, 
with a BS degree in biology and 
pre-med. He was emplo^-ed as an 
emergency room nursing tech- 
nician at Hillcrest Hospital in 
Simpsomille. He was a member 
of Theta Chi Fraternit)', Omicron 
Delta Kappa Leadership Fraternity, 
and Phi Beta Kappa academic fra- 
ternity. He was a resident advisor, 
a member of the Student Affairs 
Committee, was listed in Who's 
Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities, and was a graduate of the 
Society of '91, Hampden- Sydney's 
leadership program. As a junior, 
he received Hampden- Sydney's 
President's Award for Scholarship 
& Character. He was also member 
of Fountain Inn Presbyterian 
Church. Jas suffered from a heart 
condition that forced him to leave 
campus for surger)' during his 
senior year. Despite his health 
problems, Jas not only graduated 
with his class, but also maintained 
his stellar academic record and 
energetic extracurricular involve- 
menr. Known for his pleasant 
demeanor, quiet enthusiasm, and 
work ethic, he was an inspiration 
to his classmates. 



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Colleae Famil 



PAUL LIVINGSTON GRIER, 

longtime director oFEggleston 
Library, died on Ianuar\' 18, 
2002; he was 87. He graduated 
trom Erskine College and held 
degrees in library science trom the 
University of North Carolina and 
the Universit)' of Michigan. He 
began his library career in 1936 at 
the Public Library of the District 
oi Columbia. In 1940 he moved to 
Hampden-Svdney to become the 
Colleges first protessional librarian 
(thereby fulfilling the wishes of his 
volunteer predecessor. Miss Emma 
N'enable). During World War II, 
he volunteered for service in the 
Na\y and was assigned to dut}- as 
a communications officer at the 
Norfolk Naval Operating Base. A 
year later he was attached to the 
aircraft carrier Wusp and spent 
three years in the Pacific theatre 
of operations. After active dutw he 
married Eleanor]. Meacham and 
returned to Hampden-Sydney. A 
devoted churchman, he served as 
Sunday school teacher, deacon, 
and elder in the Hampden-Sydney 
College Church. From 1961 until 
his retirement in 1979, he regularly 
ser\'ed on evaluating committees 
for the Southern Association of 
Colleges and Schools. He was a 
member of Omicron Delta Kappa, 
Sigma Upsilon, and was a recipient 
of the Algernon Sydney Sullivan 
Medallion. 

MARIANNE STEELE 
JOYNER of Hampden-Sydney 
wife of professor of physics 
Thomas Weyland Joyner '51, 
died on April 4. 2002; she was 
70. She was well known to many 
generations of Dr. Joyner's phvsics 
students, whom they often invited 
over to their home. Renowned 
for her constant cheerfulness and 
stately manner, she was active in 
College Church and many volun- 
teer activities on the Hill. 

JAMES PAUL LIKES, 
retired professor of chemistry. 



died on January 29, 2002. Born 
in Charleston, South Carolina, 
he graduated Irom the College 
of Charieston in 1937. He was 
awarded a DuPont Fellowship 
to attend graduate school at the 
University of Virginia and received 
his doctorate in physical chemistry 
from UVA in 1941. He remained 
at the University for two years 
as instructor in chemistry and 
then moved to Tulane University, 
where, as an assistant professor 
for three years, he handled both 
undergraduate and graduate 
courses. From 1946 to 1951 he 
was a professor of chemistr)' at 
Hampden-Sydney College and 
also served as chairman ol the 
department. He then joined the 
staff of the Virginia Institute 
for Scientific Research in Rich- 
mond as research supervisor. In 
1958 he was appointed professor 
of chemistry at the College of 
Charleston, where he also served as 
chairman of the department. He 
was later elevated to the rank of 
distinguished professor and gained 
emeritus status when he retired 
in 1982. Among his many honors 
and awards, he was elected to Phi 
Beta Kappa as a graduate student 
and was a charter member of the 
chapter at Hampden-Sydney. 
ELIZABETH "BETTY" 
OVERCASH died on March 27, 
2002. A longtime Hampden- 
Sydney resident, she had taught 
biolog)' at several colleges, worked 
for Virginia environmental agen- 
cies, and held various clerical jobs 
at the College. She lived in the 
Overcash famih' home on Via 
Sacra before moving to Brookview 
Lodge in Farmville 15 years ago. 
Her father was Hinton Baxter 
Overcash, longtime professor 
of biology at Hampden-Sydney 
College. 

LOUISE McLaughlin, of 

Buckingham Count)', Virginia, 
died on October 8, 2001. She 
had been a nurse at Southside 
Communit)' Hospital. Affection- 
ately known as "Granny Mac, ' she 



was popular on Fraternity Circle 
for her home-cooked meals. Her 
greatest joy was preparing delicious 
repasts for the friends and frater- 
nity brothers of her grandsons — 
R. Tyree Greene, Jr. '83 and G. 
L. Jeffreys Greene '89. Over the 
years she gave countless students 
a much-appreciated break from 
the cafeteria, and continued to ask 
about "the boys" long after Jeffs 
graduation. 

ANNE ELIZABETH 
MAGPIE MOORE, of 
Hampden-Sydney, died on March 
16, 2002. She was the wife of Dr. 
Ray Atkinson Moore, Jr. '41 
and lived at the end of Ro.xbury 
Road for a number of years. She 
was born on October 27, 1934, 
and received a BA from Erskine 
College in Due West, South 
Carolina, and a MA from the 
University of Chapel Hill, Chapel 
Hill. She was a former instructor 
of English at Southern Seminary 
& Junior College in Buena Vista 
and at Longwood College. She 
was a member, deacon, and elder 
at Hampden-Sydney's College 
Church. For many years she 
was the mainstay soprano in the 
church choir, often sharing her 
talents in community and College 
musicals, as well as in the present 
Commonwealth Chorale and for 
many special services in different 
church congregations in this area. 
She chaired special committees for 
rebuilding College Church's pipe 
organ in the mid-1980s and for 
building the front access ramp to 
the church in the early 1990s. She 
was also a member of the Farmville 
Women's Club, the original board 
of directors for the Southside 
Community Players, a lifetime 
member of the Five County Fair 
Association, and was active on the 
Alumni Board and Scholarships 
committees of Erskine College. 




Marianne Joyner 






James Paul Likes 




Anne Moore (ca. 1953) 



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News from the clubs 



Alumni activities 



HOWARD STRACKE '75, DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI RELATIONS 




John C. Ellis, Jr. 70 

(left) presents the Keating 

Founders Medallion 

to Trustee William F. 

Shumadine, Jr. '66. 



HUR ALUMNI CLUBS have had an active 
second semester. In the winter, many 
of our functions centered on basketball games, as 
Clubs organized pre-game or post-game gatherings. 
Lynchburg, Richmond, Roanoke, Lexington, 
Southside, and Tidewater all hosted events. We also 
enjoyed the hospitality room in the Salem Civic 
Center as, again, the Tigers reigned victorious over the 
Jackets in the ODAC Tournament. 

Our formal club events have included evenings 
in Lynchburg, Halifax-South Boston, Peters- 
burg, Charleston, SC, Danville and Martinsville, 
Charlottesville, Roanoke, Elizabeth City (Eastern 
Carolina Club), Washington, D.C., Williamsburg 
(Peninsula Club), Bakimore, and Birmingham. We 
anticipate concluding the year with events in Rich- 
mond, Bluefield, Eastern Shore, Rappahannock, 
Fredericksburg, Piedmont, NC, and Palmetto. 

Our Young Alumni have also been active. Char- 
lotte, Atlanta, Tidewater, Charlottesville, Birming- 
ham, Washington, DC, and Richmond have all had 
one or more events. Many of these were combined 
gatherings with other Virginia colleges. The Tiger 
Young Alumni are always a major presence (much to 
the delight of the ladies!) 



In total, our Alumni Clubs will have held over 100 
events again this year. These get-togethers are excellent 
opportunities to see old friends and classmates, meet 
other Tigers from your area, encourage prospective 
students, enjoy the fellowship and camaraderie we all 
shared in our years on The Hill, and strengthen our 
ties to this wonderful place. 

On the next page is a letter from Bob Whitt '78, 
our Alumni Association President, about the spring 
Alumni Council meeting, perhaps the best attended 
ever. The Association is intent on becoming much 
more active and vocal in College affairs, and it is 
committed to developing Leadership Teams and 
alumni clubs as well as achieving goals for develop- 
ment, recruitment, and career placement. 

We want to thank the fellows who gave of their 
time and energy at the Council, as well as the many 
others who have helped so much all year. 

We must continue to encourage more Tigers to 
become involved with their local clubs and with the 
College. Hampden-Sydney needs you. 

Thank you for a very good year. 




^i^ 



J^' 



A/Cu^ c^iLe 



Members of the class of 
1953 at their reunion 
during the Hall of Fame 
football game in Novem- 
ber: first roiv: Henry Read, 
Lee Compte, LoydMize, 
and Randolph Minter; 
middle row: Richard 
Davis, Hubert "Puck" 
Kiser, Jr., Robert Johnson, 
Richard Edmunds, Jr. ; 
top row: Bryan Williams, 
Douglas Divers, Jr., Harry 
G. McGinn, Jr., and James 
Harris, Sr. 



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Robert H. Whittjr. 78 
(left) President of the 
Hampden- Sydney College 
Alumni Association, with 
Hakim Sutton '03, newly- 
elected Student Body 
President, and 
James Bolton, Jr. 76, 
President of the Danville 
Alumni Club. All three are 
from the Danville area. 



Dear Fellow Alumni, 

As president of the Alumni Association ot Hampden-Sydney College, it is my distinct pleasure to 
ask you to assist us in reaching the goals of the Alumni Council. These goals are very simple: "Men 
and Money." We need your help in recruiting new students to Hampden-Sydney College, in raising 
the necessary lunds to carry out the mission ot the College, and in assisting our graduates in finding 
meaningful emplo)'ment after leaving school. I'm sure you will agree that these are worthwhile goals. 

In order to accomplish these goals, we have asked our Alumni Clubs to form Leadership Teams. 
The size and make-up of these teams will vary depending on the size of each club. For too long we have 
relied upon individual club presidents to carry the load of tasks the College needs to accomplish in each 
region. With grass-root participation by our alumni, we can be much more effective in accomplishing 
our stated goals, and, in addition, offer the privilege of helping Hampden-Sydney College to many more 
alumni who wish to make a difference, other than just sending a yearly contribution. 

If you would like to become a member of the Leadership Team for your local club, please contact 
either your local Club President or the College Alumni Office at P. O. Box 86, Hampden-Sydney, VA 
23943, phone (434) 223-6956, or email hstracke@hsc.edu. 

If your Club President, a member of the Alumni Council Executive Committee, or the Alumni 
Office contacts you to serve on your club's leadership team, please agree to do so. Your participation 
is crucial to the welfare of Hampden-Sydney College. Our alumni are the greatest resource that the 
College possesses. 

As a member of your club's leadership team, you will be invited to attend the meetings of the Alumni 
Council at the College. This April, 60% of our alumni clubs were represented at our meeting. In the 
future, we need a representative of every club present in order to serve our objectives better. 

Many hands make light work. To me, there is no work more important than providing a place like 
Hampden-Sydney College for the training, education, and development ofcthe leaders of our future. 
Please join us in this noble mission. 



m 




A Letter from 
the President 
of the Alumni 
Association 



Robert H. W: 



THE 'RgCORD OF HAMPDEN-SYDNEY COLLEGE • JUNE 2002 5 9 



For generations, HampdenSydney has been a source of pets 

Four-legged lineage 



RONALD W. DAVIS, B.S. 1958, B.A. 1959 




Tiberius (above) 

admiring his reflection 

in the Thompson's 

fish pond at Penshurst. 

Young Hampden- Sydney 

(right) is the new lord of 

the Davis manor. 



mAMPDEN-SYDNEY HAS ALWAYS been 
a gathering place for four-legged friends. 
In 1958, a stray female "cocker-spaniel type" dog 
had four puppies. Some of my fellow students helped 
me build a pen outside Graham Hall (which at that 
time housed the Infirmary on the first floor and a 
dormitory on the second.) The pen and puppies were 
sanctioned by Dr. Philip Ropp '30, 
who said the puppies should be 
cared for by all because they were 
"Lambda Chi Puppies." No one 
argued with Dr. Ropp — not even 
Herman Duncan, who was in 
charge of Building & Grounds. 

I named the puppies Tiberius, 
Octavius, Marcus, and Minerva 
because visual evidence was very 
strong that Rue, Dr. Graves 
Thompson's dog, was the father 
of" the litter. (I believe that 
DNA data would also have 
proved this to be so.) 

At the end ot the school 
year, the puppies went 
home with various students. 
Tiberius went home with me 
only to return with me 
for the 1958-59 term. 
Tiberius attended classes 
with me — often arriving 
before I got there. On 
Tuesdays, he would 
it::*?! attend Chapel at College 
Church and climb the steep steps to the balcony, 
where I played the organ. Like most students, Tiberius 
would fall asleep before the first prayer was completed. 
Tiberius lived 20 wonderful years and brought much 
joy and many memories of those last two years at 
Hampden-Sydney College. 

Many years later, I was invited to play the organ 



at College Church for the Glee Clubs Lessons and 
Carols Service on December 7, 2001. 1 arrived the 
day before and spent a good deal of time rehears- 
ing. One of the students told me that while he was 
practicing several days before, a cat had run out of the 
organ case. Then on December 6th, as a funeral was 
about to take place, the organist at College Church 
heard noises coming from inside the case and discov- 
ered four kittens, which she moved to the church 
portico hoping that the mother cat would return and 
take her kittens away. It was very warm that week so 
the kittens were safe. 

Later that evening (not knowing an\' of the 
kitten saga), I went to College Church to practice 
and discovered the four kittens in a box on the 
Church portico. After finishing my practice session, I 
returned to my room in Hampden House. I did not 
get much rest because I could think only of the well- 
being of the kittens. At dawn, I got up and went over 
to College Church. During the night, the mother cat 
had returned and moved three of her offspring. Over 
the next 15 hours, she did not return to gather up 
the last kitten, presumably because of the activities at 
College Church all that day. That morning, I went 
to the store and got some milk for this very small, 
defenseless kitten. Student Health Services provided 
me with a syringe so that I could feed it. There was 
much meowing the entire da)'. That afternoon, I put 
the kitten in the back of my Jeep and took Dr. Graves 
Thompson for a late lunch. He became aware that 
there was a kitten in the Jeep, and this brought back 
memories and discussions of Tiberius. 

When the Service of Lessons and Carols was 
over, I had a new kitten. He joined Elvis, a male 
18-pounder, and Buki, a 16-pound female. At the 
vet's office the very next day, it was given a clean bill 
of health and an estimated age of 4 weeks. And what 
is the name of this little male kitten.' Why, of course, 
Hampden-Sydney — after all, hyphenated names are 
the "in thing." 



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ANYTHINCi NEW? MOVINC? 

ALUMNI: If anything has happened to you or a fellow alumnus, let us know on the blank below, or write a 
letter. Don't forget to send photographs and copies of articles. 

WIVES AND PARENTS: If your alumnus is too busy or too modest to do the job himself please do it for him. 

Mail form to the Alumni Office, Box 86, Hampden-Sydney. Va 23943-0086, or fax it to [434] 223-6360. 
You may also submit news via e-mail to classnotes@hsc.edu, or on the web at www.hsc.edu/alumni. 



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FUTURE EVENTS 
TO REMEMBER 

Sept. 27-28, 2002: 
Family Weekend 

October 11-12, 2002: 
Homecoming 



ACADEMIC 
CALENDARS 

FALL SEMESTER 2002 

August 24: Freshmen and 

Transfers report 
August 27: All other 

students report 
August 28: Classes begin 

SPRING SEMESTER 2003 

January 12: New students 

and Transfers report 
January 14: All students 

report 
January 15: Classes begin 
March 8-16: Spring break 
May 11: Graduation 



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Please send a free illustration to show the benefits of having a gift annuit}' with Hampden-Sydney. 

Our Age(s) / Proposed Gift Amount S . 

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Giving Back to Our Alumni 
and Friends 



LP YOU, TOO 



fr&iW^aXHCKaH*?* 



When you give money or stock for a charitable 
gift annuity to Hampden-Sydney College, we give 
you back annual payments for the rest of your life, 
Sound too good to be true? Seems like it, but it's 
true nonetheless. And many of our alumni and 
friends are taking advantage of this opportunity. 

Here's how it works. 

Mr. and Mrs. Smiley give $1 0,000 to 
Hampden-Sydney College for a charitable gift 
annuity. The annuity contract obligates 
Hampden-Sydney to pay them a set 
amount on a quarterly basis. The 
amount they receive is determined by 
their ages. And, ordinarily, part of the 
payment is tax-free. 

Since the Smileys are both 7b 
years old when they establish the 
annuity, their annuity rate is seven 
percent. This means they will 
receive a fixed amount every year 
of $700. And they will also get an 
income-tax charitable deduction of 
$3,244. The annuity payments 
will continue to pay the survivor 
for life even after one of them is 
gone. 

Why does Hampden-Sydney 
College provide gift annuities? To 
help our donors who want to 
make larger gifts but can't afford 
to reduce their cash flow. It also helps our donors 
make the gift now, so they can take advantage of 
the income-tax charitable deduction. And for older 
donors, a Hampden-Sydney College gift annuity 
may actually provide a larger payout from the 
asset than they might otherwise receive. 

A deferred payment charitable gift annuity 
works well for younger donors who want to give to 




Hampden-Sydney's 

gift annuity 

.program is loadec 

with. benefits, and 

we want you to 

know about thenrr. 

BARBARA HENLEY 
Director of Planned Giving 



Hampden-Sydney College and, at the same time, 
supplement their retirement programs. For 
example, a 54-year-old alumnus designates, say, 
$ 1 0,000 for a gift annuity which would be 
"programmed" to begin payments at age 65. 
Because of the deferral period, the annuity 
rate rises to 12.2%, giving him annual 
payments of $1 ,220 per year. You see, the 
longer the deferral period, the higher the 
annual payment. And even though the donor 
will not receive payments from the annuity 
for several years, an income tax 
charitable deduction of $3,956 is 
available for the year in which the gift 
is made. 

By careful management, 
Hampden-Sydney College is able 
not only to make our scheduled 
annuity payments but also to have 
enough left over to help us carry 
forward our mission "to form good 
men and good citizens in an 
atmosphere of sound learning." In 
other words, these annuities benefit 
both the donors and Hampden- 
Sydney. (Incidentally, Hampden- 
Sydney College is legally obligated 
to make annuity payments 
regardless of market performance 
or our financial situation.) 
Hampden-Sydney's gift annuity program is 
loaded with benefits, and we want you to know 
about them. For more information, use the reply 
form on the inside back cover, or call Hampden- 
Sydney College's director of planned giving, 
Barbara Henley, at (434) 223-6864. She will be 
happy to send you a confidential illustration 
showing you how a gift annuity can benefit you. 



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2002 I'irsitlfiil V Rcfiirt 



President's Message 

Contained in this report is a summary of some of the exciting events that have happened at 
Hampden-Sydney during the past year. I hope you will agree that these pages capture what is 
unique and important about our mission and our commitment to the liberal arts. 

The last decade has seen many schools attempt to address a new knowledge-driven, globalized 
society. As that trend passes, however, people are once again realizing the significance of the 
liberal arts. A broad view of the world is paramount in global relations, and the ability to think 
critically is the only way to find substance in a society overwhelmed with information. 

We continue to reel in the wake of September 1 1 and the earth-shattering events of the last 
year, as we face yet another change in our cultural paradigm. Society is asked to reexamine the 
core values of our democracy, and that exercise requires leaders of the highest character and 
intellect. For generations, Hampden-Sydney College has produced such men. With our collec- 
tive freedom now in the balance, it is becoming more and more obvious that our mission "to 
form good men and good citizens" is a remedy for the difficulties America faces. 

Your participation allows us to remain true to this mission. It is because of your support that 
we attract and retain dedicated teacher-scholars and maintain an intimate intellectual com- 
munity, and your gifts make possible programs that help teach our charges to think critically, 
introspectively, and ethically about tough social and cultural issues. Your support has also al- 
lowed us to bolster our technological leadership and innovation. And, as we prepare to develop 
the campus infrastructure, we depend on your generosity to build facilities aimed at maintain- 
ing academic excellence. 

For over two centuries, our enduring mission has proven important to society. Now, with all 
the uncertainties of our time, it is crucial. To those whose names appear on the pages of this 
Honor Roll, thank you for helping to advance this cause. Now more than ever, the world 
depends on the men of Hampden-Sydney College. And the men of Hampden-Sydney College 
depend on you. 



Walter M. BortzTlI 



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Citing the nascent Western Culture Program 
and eminent Rhetoric Program, the editors 
at Insight magazine named Hampden- 
Sydney one of "The Top 15 Colleges in 
the US." 



The Philosophy Department's unique 
Capstone Course brought some 
of the country's lop David Hume 
scholars to campus to work person- 
ally with students. 



Charles H. McCants '04 was elected National Vice President of Eta Sigma 
Phi, the honorary classics society, at its annual convention in San Diego. 
Charlie is majoring in Greek, Latin, and religion. 







JUvi^Cuvyi'TTTUrl' Once again, Insight magazine selected Hampden-Sydney as one of "The Top 15 Colleges in 
the Uniteabtates" this year. One of the reasons the editors at Insight picked Hampden-Sydney was its strong core cur- 
riculum. Central to this curriculimi is the common educational experience of the new Western Culture Program. Since 
liberally educated people and good citizens must have an imderstanding and appreciation of their culture — that which 
made them what they are — Hampden-Sydney College requires that all students complete a three-semester sequence of 
courses on Western Culture. These courses are interdisciplinary in nature and provide an overview of the western experi- 
ence — its history, religion, philosophy, literature, and arts, from its roots in the early civilization of the Middle East to 
the present day. 

Hampden-Sydney was also recognized again this year in The Princeton Review's Best 345 Colleges: 2003 Edition. The 
Review gave the College a stellar rating for its academic programs, citing specifically the value and success of the Rheto- 
ric Program. Since the Program's inception in 1978, when the facult)' decided that the ability to communicate effectively 
in prose is too vital to be simply the by-product of other classes, all students are required to complete a course sequence 
and to pass a challenging proficiency exam before they graduate. Alumni frequently cite the Rhetoric Program for giving 
them an advantage in professional and graduate school as well as in the job market, and the success of the Program has 
garnered widespread attention. The Rhetoric Department is made up of professors firom across the curriculum and is 
administratively independent of any other department. Based on the belief that all Hampden-Sydney students should 
be able to communicate effectively in speaking as well as writing, the Program has recendy added a new speaking center 
and classes on oral rhetoric, led by Professor Claire Deal. 

The Princeton Review's Best 345 Colleges guidebook also noted that "students brag that small class sizes offer a great 
atmosphere for discussion among class members and facult)^" This intellectual intimacy between students and teach- 
ers is certainly a key element in Hampden-Sydney's academic success. While enrollment exceeded 1,000 for the second 
consecutive year, this emphasis on small class sizes has not wavered; currendy the average class size is 14 and the student- 
faculty ratio is eleven to one. 

The volume of student- faciilt}^ joint scholarship is a testament to the pedagogical advantages of small classes and 
personal attention. Last simimer, nine students engaged in summer research in conjuncdon with eight members of the 
faculty. Throughout the year, scores of students have co-authored papers with professors and presented their scholarship 
at prestigious conferences across the state and nation. 

The many programs organized by professors for small groups of students promote Hampden-Sydney's unique atmo- 
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At a meeting of the Mathematical issodation of America, 
Brandon Coates '02 was awarded first place for his research on 
cwttlsets and two-dimensional cell complexes. 



Todd Cronewald '02 presented a paper on the economics of team sports 
to the Virginia Association of Economists last spring. 





students complete a significant research project and have the opportunity to discuss their projects with top scholars in 
that area. Last year's capstone topic was David Hume's Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding, and the department 
I was able to attract two of the country's top Hume scholars to campus. Profs. Tom Beauchamp (Georgetown Univer- 
I sity) and Don Garrett (UNC Chapel Hill) led one of the seminar sessions, and both gave a public lecture and provided 
' detailed written feedback on students' research projects. 

^DtUCvt^Tl'TS Hampden-Sydney CoUege continues to attract high-caliber students. This year's freshman class, 
which numbers 300, was chosen from 1,026 applications — the largest applicant pool in the history of the College. We 
are also very pleased to have 1 5 students who transferred from another college or university. 

The men of the Class of 2006 have been quite active. Two were student government presidents and twenty were presi- 
dents of a club or organization. Seventeen were editors of their high school newspapers or magazines. Twenty are Eagle 
Scouts. Varsit)' lettermen are prevalent, numbering 156, and 83 men ser%red as captains of varsity sports. There are many 
musicians, dramatists, and pubHcations men. Who's Who, the National Honor Society, and Boys State are among their 
honors, as well. 

Students are at the heart of any fiindraising effort, and a sampling of recent student achievement shows how deserving 
they are of our support. C. Thomas Hogge '03 is one of 79 undergraduates in the country to be awarded a scholarship 
by The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation. The students — from 37 states and Washington, D.C. — received their scholar- 
ships at the start of the 2002 fall semester. Tom is an Allan Scholar, Editor of the Tiger, Hampden-Sydney's independent 
student- nm newspaper, a member of the varsity tennis team, and a brother in Sigma Nu fraternity. 

I At the 74th annual national convention of Eta Sigma Phi, the national classics honor society, Charles McCants '04 was 
elected National Vice-President. During the past year, Charlie had served as the National Treasurer and was a member 
of the National Board. This is the third consecutive year a Hampden-Sydney student has served on the Eta Sigma Phi 
National Board. (Matt Fryman '02 was national treasurer in 2000-01.) Hampden-Sydney has a long tradition of leader- 
ship in Eta Sigma Phi at the national level, including several national presidents. 

I Hampden-Sydney students frequently present their scholarship at national conferences. For example, Todd Gronewald 
- '02, a math-vwth-economics major, presented his research on the economics of team sports to the Virginia Association 

of Economists last spring. Math and computer science major Brandon Coates '02 also presented his scholarship last 
! spring to the Mathematical Association of America at St. Mary's College in Maryland. His paper, which focused on 

cwatsets and two-dimensional cell complexes, received first place in the student paper competition. 



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Now in its 28tb year, The Hampden- 
Sydney Poetry Review is ediledby Poet- 
in-Residence Tom O'Grody. Tiie 2002 
issue is entitled Poetry of the Sea. 



Biometrika, a leading academic journal, 
celebrated its centenary by featuring the 
ten most important articles of the last 1 00 
years. An article by Dr. Ray Saskins, Profes- 
sor Emeritus of Mathematics & Computer 
Science, was included 



"Soloa, Guatemala," a photograph by Pam Fox, Lecturer 
in Fine Arts, was featured in the Virginia Museum ofFme 
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JTCIC Ul/Ty Hampden- Sydney professors are known for liieir dedication to teaching and for their unusual acces- 
sibility to students. But while they are required to be teachers first, they are encouraged to pursue research. During the 
past year, numerous faculty members have been awarded accolades and undertaken research that has garnered attention 
from across the country. 

This winter the 2002 edition of The Hampden-Sydney Poetry Review, founded and edited by Poet-in-Residenr Tom 
O'Grady, was released. Now in its 28th year, this review has included coundess poems by renowned writers, including 
winners of the Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and Nobel Prize. This year's volume centers on poetry of the sea 
and features new poems from 40 poets. O'Grady's newest collecdon, entided The Same Earth, The Same Sky: New and 
Selected Poems and Translations, has garnered much critical attendon since its release in November. 

Dr. William Shear, Patterson Professor of Biology, was one of a group of 16 spider researchers from the US, Denmark, 
Spain, the United Kingdom, and Argentina awarded a grant firom the National Science Foundation's Assembling the 
Tree of Life Program to work out the evolutionary relationships of all 110 families of spiders. Dr. Shear will be working 
on all fossil spiders and on the spider super-family Eresoidea. The lead institution in the grant is the American Museiun 
of Natiural History, where Dr. Shear is a research associate. The Hampden-Sydney Biology Department will receive a 
state-of-the-art digital imaging system and a top-quality dissecting microscope as part of the grant. The total amount of 
the award was $2.7 million, one of the largest grants for biological systematics that NSF has ever funded. Dr. Shear was 
also recendy featured in The Shape of Life, a PBS documentary in which he talked about the transition of arthropods to 
land. 

Dr. Herbert Sipe, Spalding Professor of Chemistry, attended the 100th anniversary celebration of Alpha Chi Sigma, a 
professional fraternity for chemistry, at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. Dr. Sipe received the Ronald T Pflaum 
Award for Outstanding Faculty Advisor to a collegiate chapter, Hampden-Sydney's Beta Chi. Currently on sabbatical at 
the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, Dr. Sipe is doing 
research with the Free Radical Metabolites workgroup in the Laboratory of Pharmacology and Chemistry. 



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The Royal Spanish Academy recently published Dr. 
Susan Smith's historic study of the 17th-century nun a 
religious miter Sor Morcela de San Felix. 



Drs. Patrick Wilson (lehj and James Arieti tackle one of civilization's most daunting 
perennial conflicts in their book entitled, Con This Marriage Be Saved: Reconciling God 
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Last year Biometrika, one of the world's leading academic journals in statistical theory and methodology, celebrated its 
centenary by featuring the ten most important articles from the journal's last 100 years. "Nonparametric Roughness 
Penalties for Probability Densities," an article co-authored by Dr. Ray Gaskins, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics & 
Computer Science, was chosen for inclusion. 

Two photographs by Pam Fox, Lecturer in Fine Arts, were featured in the recent exhibit, Contemporary Virginia Women 
Artists, at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond. The photographs were purchased by the Virginia Museum 
for the permanent collection in 1990. The exhibit was assembled from the permanent collection by Tasha Grantham, 
assistant curator of modern and contemporary art. This November Professor Fox won the coveted Virginia Commission 
for the Arts award for Photography. Professor Fox, who won the award in 1995 with a previous body of work, is one of 
only a few photographers to receive the award twice, and Hampden-Sydney is the only school in the state whose entire 
I fine-arts studio faculty has won this distinction. 

The Royal Spanish Academy published El convento de las Trinitarias Descalzas de Madrid y la vida de Sor Marcela, by 
Dr. Susan Smith, Elliott Assistant Professor of Modern Languages. Written in Spanish, this thorough study deals with 
the histor)' of the famous Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians of Madrid and the hfe of 17th-century nun and religious 
writer Sor Marcela de San FelLx. 

Dr. James Arieti, Thompson Professor of Classics, and Dr. Patrick Wilson, Associate Professor of Philosophy, have 
written a book entitled Can This Marriage Be Saved: Reconciling God and Science from the Invention of Science in Ancient 
Greece to Today. Rovranan & Littlefield Publisher, Inc., releases the book in January 2003. 

Dr. Saraima Thornton, Associate Professor of Economics, recently published The Family and Medical Leave Act: Ques- 
tions and Answers for Faculty. Following the book's publication, Dr. Thornton was appointed to the American Associa- 
tion of University Professors' Committee on the Economic Status of the Profession. 



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The XY Files symposium, which teatured 
a host of discussion forums and renowned 
speakers, engendered a fruitful conversa- 
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Kerr Ramsay '03 (left) leads Anders Rasmussen — Prime Minister of Denmdrk, 
current president of the European Union, and a Hampden-Sydney parent — on a 
tour of the campus. In on event sponsored by the Wilson Center for leadership, 
Rasmussen was the first sitting head of government to visit the College. 



On the one-year anniversary of September 1 1, 
numerous high-ranking officials gathered on campus 
for on important series of events aimed at reflection 
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Hampden-Sydney College has a strong reputation for producing high-caliber leaders and active, informed citizens. It 
makes sense, then, that the Wilson Center for Leadership in the Public Interest, directed by Elliott Professor of Politi- 
cal Science David Marion, is at the heart of the College's co-curricular programming. Launched in 1 997, the Wilson 
Center was renamed in 2000 to honor Lt. General Samuel Vaughan Wilson at the time of his retirement as President of 
the College. The Wilson Center offers a wide variety of public service and civic education programs for Hampden- 
Sydney students, faculty, staff, and the community. 

One of these programs, the Public Service Certificate Program, is the College's primary vehicle for preparing under- 
graduates for careers in government. Participants are required to take sixteen-credit hours of selected courses in ethics, 
economics, psychology, public speaking, and political science. Students in the program also attend special leadership 
seminars and meet with elected career public servants in Richmond, Washington, D.C., and on campus. In addition, 
they complete a major research project and an internship. Interns are placed with federal, state, local, and foreign gov- 
ernments or private not-for-profit agencies, rangin from the White House to the Australian Parliament and the Ameri- 
can Embassy in Brazil. 

The Wilson Center ties the public service education of current students to the continuing education of the College's 
many alumni who already work in local, state, and national government by inviting Hampden-Sydney men in the 
public sector to campus to share their expertise. In addition, students involved with the Wilson Center travel to Wash- 
ington, D.C., once a year to meet with alumni working on Capitol Hill. 

The Central Virginia Public Affairs Forum, another Wilson Center program, brings timely and relevant debates, sym- 
posia, and speakers to Hampden-Sydney. In February, the Wilson Center co-sponsored The XY Files: A Symposium on 
Masculinity. In conjunction with a one-hour interdisciplinary course, the event challenged us to consider what it means 
to be male in today's world and how Hampden-Sydney forms good men. The symposium's program included a capstone 
address by Michael Kimmel, whose extensive publications and appearances have established him as one of the foremost 
authorities on the subject. 

The Wilson Center brought Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the Prime Minister of Denmark, to Hampden-Sydney College on 
March 27th, the day after Mr. Rasmussen's policy meeting with President George W Bush. The Prime Minister offered 
his vision of European-American relations. Since elected president of the European Union, Mr. Rasmussen was the first 
sitting head of government to visit the College. 

The Wilson Center also sponsored 9/11: One Year After, a series of events spearheaded by Lt. General Sam Wilson. 
Designed to commemorate and to inform, the event featured such high profile speakers as General Wayne A. Down- 



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or Sheyonn Webb-Christburg, one of several 
Iters brought lo rampus by the Office of 
cultural Affairs, is known as Martin Lulber 
i "smallest freedom fighter " 



The Theatre Department's unique fall production of 
The Comedy of Errors set Shakespeare's classic story of 
misadventure in the Wild West, an apt location for a truly 
American search for identity. 



World-class chamber musicians once again flocked to Hampden- 
Sydney for the 21st season of the Music Festival. 






ing, National Director and Deputy National Security Advisor for Combating Terrorism; Brig. Gen. JefFery Schoesser, 
Strategic and Policy Director for the Department of Defense; Newsweek reporter Donatella Lorch; The Honorable James 
A. Locher III, Former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict; and members 
of a US Special Forces Briefing Team. 

On October 24, nvo weeks before one of the most significant mid-term elections in decades, the Wilson Center brought 
together the t%vo candidates for the 5th District seat in the Virginia House of Representatives for a debate in Crawley 
Forum. Following rallies, Republican incumbent Virgil Goode, a frequent guest of the Wilson Center, squared off 
against Democradc opponent Meredith Richards in Crawley Forum. 

Consistent with Hampden-Sydney's dedication to providing a broad-based education, the Office of Intercultural Affairs 
also brings scores of nadonally renowned lecturers to campus and provides opportimities for leadership and direction in 
creating a culturally diverse environment for all constituents of the College. Among other speakers, Intercultural Affairs 
sponsored a visit by Sheyann Webb-Christburg, who spoke in commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr., Day. Ms. 
Webb-Christburg is co-author oiSelma, Lord, Selma and is known as Dr. King's "smallest freedom fighter." As an eight- 
year-old she marched with Dr. King in Selma on March 7, 1965, a day infamously known as "Bloody Sunday." Her 
story is a major part of the book and television series "Eyes on the Prize." 

The Office of Intercultural Affairs also sponsors the Hope Day Program, an outreach to Prince Edward County Elemen- 
tary School. Members of the Minority Student Union take regular trips to the local elementary school, where they act 
as mentors, tutors, and "big brothers" to disadvantaged students. The program culminates in an annual celebration in 
which participants' "little brothers" come to campus for a day of games and activities. 

Hampden-Sydney's Fine Arts Department continues to contribute greatly to the College's vibrant campus life. The Glee 
Club, Jazz Ensemble, and theatre program not only afford growth and learning opportunities for active students; they 
also provide enlightening cultural outlets for the College and the community beyond the gates. The Glee Club main- 
tains a rigorous performance schedule, singing to packed houses on campus and in the community; the Jazz Ensemble 
continues to keep spirits high by playing pep-band music at Hampden-Sydney basketball games; and this fall the The- 
atre Department presented a rousing rendition of Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors. 

In late spring, world-class chamber musicians came to Hampden-Sydney for the twenty-first season of the Music Festi- 
val. Held from May 20 to June 2, the Festival featured four weekend artist concerts as well as prelude performances by 
players in the Artist Fellowship Program, the education component of the Festival, which allows guest artists to serve as 
teachers to talented young musicians. 



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their communities and country, but all over the world. Through public service initiatives, study- 
abroad opportunities, and prestigious fellowships and grants, Hampden-Sydney students and 
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to March, the Hampden-Sydney Eke Club traveled to France, 
where 40 students, along with conductor lewis Worthington and 
accompanist James Kidd, spent their spring break singing lor 
French audiences at some of the world's most storied cathedrals. 
Here, students break from their rigorous performance schedule to 
visit the Louvre in Paris. 




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ho Hampden-Sydney professors received prestigious rulbright Fellowsi)ips to teach 
overseas. Or Caroline Emmons (left] is teaching at Comenius University in the Sloval< 
Republic. Or lames Pontuso will instruct students at Charles University in Prague. 



On one of many excursions, Hampden-Sydney students and faculty participating in a May Tern 
program in Prague get familiar with the statue of St. Matthias in Hungary 






In recent years an unusual number of Hampden-Sydney faculty members have been selected to teach overseas through 
the Fulbright Program, an esteemed education exchange program committed to peaceful cooperation among nations. 
This year two Hampden-Sydney faculty members — Elliott Professor of Political Science James Pontuso and Assistant 
Professor of History Caroline Emmons — received Fulbright Fellowships. Dr. Pontuso will be sharing his expertise in 
American government and political philosophy with students at Charles University in Prague. Fulbright Exchange 
Scholar Caroline Emmons is teaching American history at Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovak Republic. 

Professor Peter Mitias also received a prestigious international teaching fellowship. He is teaching economics at the 
American University of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates. 

Thanks to Hampden-Sydney's International Studies OfHce, the Study Abroad Program continues to be an important 
and exciting option for Hampden-Sydney students. Last year 62 students studied in 10 different countries and earned 
503 hours of credit. Nine students are currently abroad for the first semester, four are away for the fiiU year, and 13 
more will be abroad during second semester. 

Hampden-Sydney's May Term program offers additional study-abroad opportunities. This past May, biology professor 
Carolina Yaber directed a May Term course in Costa Rica. Professors James Pontuso, Shirley Kagan, and Peter Mitias 
convened May Term courses in Prague. Dr. Pontuso focused on post-Communist regimes, Professor Kagan examined 
art and culture in Central Europe, and Dr. Mitias led a class in Eastern European economics. 

Also this past May, twenty-four students traveled to Alcalda de Henares, Spain, with professors Dieudonne Afatsawo 
and Jana Dejong of the Modern Languages Department. As part of the 2002 May Term Spanish Immersion Program, 
students chose between courses in intermediate language skills or culture and contemporary issues in Spanish society. 
In addition to taking part in class debates and trips to local historic sites, students lived with families who gave them an 
insider's introduction to Spanish culture. 

Several Hampden-Sydney students were also selected for the Virginia Program at Oxford, a six-week summer program 
at St. Anne's College, Oxford University. Students earn six hours of course credit studying Tudor-Stuart History and Lit- 
erature the Oxford way, in small tutorials with British faculty supplemented by lectures from many of the best historians" 
and literary scholars in England. 

Thanks to a generous gift from the estate of the late Roy B. Sears '42, exceptional students receive stipends for intern- 
ships that might otherwise be financially impossible. Judson Root '03, an economics and Spanish major, received a Sears 
Scholarship grant last summer and interned as a photographer for La Nacion, a leading newspaper in Santiago, Chile. 



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Judson Hoot '03 battles raging winds in southern Qtile. Ihanks to the Roy B. Sears 
Scholarship, Jud spent his summer interning as a photographer lor La Nacion, a leading 
newspaper in Santiago, Chile. 



Members of Hampden-Sydney's Madisonion Society represented St Kilts and Nevis at the 12lh annual McGill 
Model United Nations Assembly in Montreal, Canada. Participants are (from left): Nick Beazley '03, Matthew 
Hartman '03, Blaine Nicholson '02, Ross Greene '03, Judson Root '03, and John Lucier '03. 





Associate Dean of Students David Klein '78 and a group of twelve students, all affiliated with the Society of '91, 
Hampden-Sydney's Student Leadership Program, spent last spring break raising roof trusses in Belize. The mission trip, 
taken in conjunction with Rivers of the World, an international exploration and development agency that provides 
much-needed support to people in Third-World countries, was the first of its kind. Dean Klein and the students who 
initiated the trip are already planning similar excursions for this coming Christmas and spring breaks. Through financial 
support from alumni, they hope to make this valuable international service experience a regular program at the College. 

Six members of Hampden-Sydney's Madisonian Society attended the 12th annual session of the McGill Model United 
Nations Assembly in Montreal, Canada. The Madisonian Society was formed in the 1980s specifically for the purpose 
of representing Hampden-Sydney College at intercollegiate Model United Nations Conferences. The McGill Confer- 
ence is one of the largest and most prestigious of its kind. 

In addition to their local performance schedule, 40 members of the Glee Club, along with conductor Lewis Worthing- 
ton and accompanist James Kidd, spent last spring break singing for French audiences in some of the world's most 
storied cathedrals. The spring performance tour in France, which brought international recognition to the College, was 
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Athletic competition plays an important part in the development of young men. A member of a 
varsity squad learns teamwork, leadership, and discipline. The College's many scholar-athletes, 
whose prowess on the field is matched only by their proficiency in the classroom, are a testament 
to the value of athletics at Hampden-Sydney. Based on the resounding success of Tiger sports in 
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and light end Chris Cm '04 helped lead the 
Tigers to their best season since 1 986. 



Quarterback Mac Russell '03 finished his career with 6,333 
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This fall, football Tigers recorded their best season since 1986, finishing the year 8-2 overall and 5-1 
in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference to finish in second place. They kicked off the season by traveling to Sewanee 
to take on the Purple Tigers. After falling behind early, quarterback Mac Russell '03 helped lead the Tigers to a lopsided 
51-17 victory. The win snapped a five-game losing streak and was the first victory in a season opener since 1996. Week 
two came with another milestone: a win over Gettysburg put the Tigers at 2-0 for the first time since 1992. In their first 
home game, Hampden-Sydney trounced Guilford 38-0, posting the team's second shutout in three games against the 
Quakers and marking its best start since 1976. 

At 3-0 on the year, the Tigers were inching ever closer to cracking the American Football Coaches Association top-25. 
With that in mind, the team focused on their toughest opponent of the season: second-ranked Bridgewater. After a 
hard-hitting contest, the Tigers lost 38-7 to the Eagles, who were coming off a 12-1 season in which the team went 
undefeated in the ODAC. In the annual Homecoming Game, Hampden-Sydney took on Emory & Henry. Rebound- 
ing from their tough loss to Bridgewater with a come-from-behind 24-13 victory, Hampden-Sydney recorded its first 
Homecoming win since 1993. Russell finished the game 19-for-27 for 156 yards and a touchdown to become J 

Hampden-Sydney s all-time leader in completions (467). After just 25 career games, Russell owns every passing record at 
Hampden-Sydney. 

In game six, the Tigers avenged their 2001 loss to Washington & Lee with a 44-13 victory. The following weekend. 
Tiger head coach Marty Favret claimed bragging rights with a 30-20 win over his alma mater Catholic, where he was 
oflFensive coordinator for six years before coming to Hampden-Sydney. The next week the Tigers traveled to Tennessee, ] 
where three fourth-quarter touchdowns— including two interception returns for touchdowns — lifi:ed Hampden-Sydney 
to a 5 1 -23 victory over Maryville College. i 

The next and final game was against rival Randolph-Macon, marking the 108th showdown of the "oldest small school ' 
rivalry in the South." On a muddy Fulton Field in front of nearly 7,000 rain-drenched fans, the two teams remained \ 
in a grueling deadlock until quarterback Mac Russell '03 connected with Cole Downer '05 midway through the fourth 
quarter. That 53-yard touchdown pass proved to be the game winner, confirming the Tigers' second-place finish in the 
ODAC and securing bragging rights until next year. Russell finished his career third on the all-time ODAC passing 
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of the quickest and most talented defenders 
lie conference, Bobby Hillmann '05 was one 
six members of the soccer team to earn All-Old 
minion Atliletic Conference Honors. 



Reluming six senior standouts, including forward Molt McKeag (left), the Tiger basketball team looks to yet another championship year Ibe 2001- 
2002 team and some fans (right) celebrate the ODAC Championship victory in Salem last February 






yJUCCCf Hampden-Sydneys soccer team completed another successfiil season under head coach Bert Mohnary. 
The Tigers wrapped up the year with a second-place finish in the ODAC regular season standings and a 14-6 overall 
record. The 14 wins on the year mark the most for the soccer program since the 1997 and 1998 teams each won 14 
games. 

The Tigers opened the season with four straight victories before falling to then 12th-ranked Mary Washington in 
overtime. Hampden-Sydney rebounded from that loss with a crushing 6-1 victory over in-state foe Averett University, 
but they dropped their second game in three tries with a 1-0 loss to Savannah College A&D. At 6-2, the team opened 
conference play with Washington & Lee University on September 2 1 . The Generals proved to be a pesky match in 
2001, upending the Tigers 1-0 on two separate occasions, including the semifinals of the ODAC Tournament. This 
year, however, Hampden-Sydney exacted revenge as they came away with the hard-fought 1 -0 win. 

The Tigers cruised to victory in their first four ODAC games, out-scoring their opponents 8-4 in the process. With an 
11-3 overall record and 4-0 conference mark, the team lost to second-ranked and undefeated Virginia Wesleyan on Oc- 
tober 15. Down, but not out, the Tigers rebounded for two more conference wins: 4-1 over Emory & Henry and 3-2 
over Randolph-Macon. The Tigers lost a tough decision tol9th-ranked Roanoke College in their last outing on October 
26, but recovered with a 3-2 double-overtime victory over Eastern Mennonite to close out the season with 14 victories. 

The win clinched the No. 2 seed in the ODAC Tournament and the team hosted seventh-ranked Randolph-Macon on 
a rain-soaked Miller Field. Despite out-shooting the Yellow Jackets, Hampden-Sydney lost 2-1, ending the season with a 
stellar 14-6 record. 



xJllSIZCTuCLLL After trouncing Randolph-Macon 55-48 in the ODAC Championship game to claim their 
eighth tide — the fifth in the last six years — the 2001-2002 Tiger basketball team advanced to the NCAA Tournament 
for the sixth straight year imder the tutelage of Tony Shaver, the College's all-time leader in career coaching victories. 

Hampden-Sydney finished with a 19-5 overall regular season record and 13-5 mark in the ODAC, claiming second seed 
in the ODAC Tournament. Facing Guilford College in Salem for their first-round matchup, the Tigers clawed their 
way to a 57-55 victory. Hampden-Sydney then went on to defeat Emory & Henry in the semifinals. In the ODAC tide 
game, the Tigers avenged two regular-season losses to Macon. Guard Jeff Monroe '04 contributed 13 points; Brandon 
Randall '04 earned the ODAC MVP trophy, while Lane Brooks '04 and David Willson '05 each took home All-Tour- 
nament honors. 



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Hampden-Sydney pitcher Josh Wahon '04 has been named co-captain ol the 
Tiger baseball team for the 2003 season. 



Tom Hogge '03, Allan Scholar, Editor oftbeTtqer 
newspaper, and a member of the Sigma Hu frater- 
nity, is also a standout on the tennis team. 





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In the opening round of play in the NCAA Tournament, Hampden- Sydney's run-and-gun style of play proved too 
much for North Carolina Wesleyan. The Tigers' Marcus Gregory '03 nearly completed the first triple-double in H-SC 
basketball histor}', with 10 points, 13 assists, and 9 rebounds, to lead the team to a 92-79 victor)-. In the second round, 
however, the Tigers were narrowly defeated by defending champions CathoHc. 

Several players were honored after the season. Brandon Randall earned All-ODAC Second Team honors, while Lane 
Brooks and Marcus Gregor}' each received AU-ODAC honorable mention nods. Randall also earned Verizon/CoSIDA 
Academic All-District III First Team honors for his classroom achievements. 

The Tigers return all five starters and all 1 5 lettermen this year for what promises to be one of the most exciting seasons 
in Hampden-Sydney hoops history. 

AJdSt^iyClLL In 2002, the Hampden-Sydney baseball team made big strides toward the glon,- and success it 
enjoyed a decade ago. The Tigers won 18 contests, the most for any H-SC team since 1991, and closed out the season 
with a victory over Methodist, the No. 2 team in the nation. 

Starting the season with disappointing losses to nationally-ranked Methodist College and Averett Universit}'; 
Hampden-Sydney rebounded with four straight wins, including a 28-4 victor)' over Greensboro College in one of the 
most lopsided victories in team history. The team ended the month of March on a high note, %\inning se\en of eight 
over the final two weeks of the season, with a 13-12 overall record. 

In April the team lost six crucial ODAC contests, eUminating it firom tournament contention. With nothing left to play 
for but the pride of being a Hampden-Svdney athlete, the Tigers rallied for three straight %ictories o^'er the final five days 
of the season. In the end, the Tigers finished with an 18-19 record. Shortstop Neal Herndon "02 set the all-cime career 
record for hits (140) and RBIs (101) in a career. 

J.Orl'rll'S Hampden-Sydney's 2002 tennis team finished the season with a 9-4 overall record and a third-place 
conference finish. In the ODAC tournament, Chris Duquette '02, Rob Light '02, and Cooper Wilson '04 scored indi- 
vidual second-place finishes. In addition, the tandem of Light and Wilson took second-place at No. 6 doubles. 



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Griffin Bwwnlee '04 of the Jiger golf leom perfects his long iron swing in 
antidpolion of o promising 2002-2003 season. 



Midfielder Phillip Dick '03 earned M-ODAC Second Team honors 
after a successful 2002 season Phillip, along with a host of other 
seasoned standouts and promising underclassmen, looks to follow 
up last year's record-breaking season by regaining the ODAC title. 





Golf. 



The Hampden-Sydney golf team finished in third place in the ODAC, scoring ten top-five finishes in 13 
events (Juring the season. Brent Gammon '03 earned Ali-ODAC honors for the second straight season, leading the team 
with a 77.4 season stroke average and six top-five finishes, and finished tenth at the ODAC Tournament with rounds 
of 76 and 78. Ryan Patterson 03 also scored a top-ten finish in the ODAC Tournament, winding up in seventh with 
scores of 74 and 76. 



J^dC fCfSSa The 2002 season broke both hearts and records. The Tigers entered the season with seven starters 
and 25 returning lettermen from the 2001 ODAC Championship squad. However, the team stumbled coming out of 
the gates and dropped the first game of the season to Marymount, 9-8. They regrouped and a week later scored an 1 1- 
10 double-overdme victory to iniuate a 13-game winning streak. In that span, the team captured all six regular season 
ODAC contests, earning top seed in the first-ever ODAC Men's Lacrosse Tournament. The 13 victories, a team record, 
was the longest winning streak in the nation at the Division III level. 

I As the top seed in the ODAC tournament, the Tigers drew fourth-seeded Roanoke in the opening round of play. Their 
12-10 victory set up a rematch with Washington & Lee for the ODAC Championship. Unlike last year, the Generals 
upset the Tigers, 8-3, to steal the championship and win the automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament. 

In the 2002 ODAC Postseason Awards, Jason Rostan '03 earned ODAC Player of the Year honors, while seven mem- 
bers of the team earned All-ODAC nods. Joining Rostan on the All-ODAC First Team were attackman Chris Lucas '03, 
defenseman Jason Archbell '02, defenseman Chris Biddison '03, and goalie Jeremy Bidl '04. Attackman Matt Fassnacht 
'05 and midfielder Phil Dick 03 earned All-ODAC Second Team honors. On May 5, the NCAA Selection Committee 
picked Hampden-Sydney as one of two Pool C "at-large" berths into the 2002 NCAA Division III Lacrosse Tourna- 
ment. Plapng at home on May 8, the Tigers lost to Salisbtuy University, 15-8. At 13-3, the Tigers finished the season 
ranked in the top ten for the second consecutive season. 

. Last summer, following the Tiger's stellar lacrosse season, head lacrosse coach Ray Rostan was selected to be assistant 
I coach for the United States National Team. Rostan, a four-time ODAC Coach of the Year and two-time nauonal Divi- 
I sion III Coach of the Year, helped lead the USA team to the 2002 International Lacrosse Federation World Champion- 
ship in AustraHa. 



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The Hampden-Sydney Athletic Holl of Fame welcomed four new members and awarded two special citations this fall: (from left): Dwayne Bowyer '92 (football), Walter Simm 
(special citolioni, Mike Leidy 73 (football), President Bortz, Trustee Joseph Vior, k '63, Russell Turner '92 (basketball), Rob Bonaventura '83 (lacrosse), and Gustav H. FranI 
Jr., who accepted a special citation for his father, the late Gustav H. Franke. 




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MJ.ilLL or rdTYLS This fall, Hampden-Sydney's Athletic Hall of Fame welcomed four new members and 
awarded two special citations. These individuals, who have made outstanding contributions to Hampden-Sydney athlet- 
ics and have helped bring honor and excellence to the College and its inter-collegiate athletics program, were Dwayne 
Bowyer '92, one of the best quarterbacks in Tiger football; Mike Leidy '73, star linebacker for the Tigers during one 
of the most successfiil periods in Hampden-Sydney football history; Russell Turner '92, regarded as the best basketball 
player ever to wear a Hampden-Sydney uniform; and Rob Bonaventura '83, the fifth all-time leading scorer in the 
College's lacrosse history. The late Gus Franke, who taught mathematics and computer science at Hampden-Sydney and 
was a highly successfiil and much-loved Tiger golf team coach, received a special citation. 

Also receiving a special citation was Walter Simms. Walter has been an integral part of the Hampden-Sydney campus 
for nearly 30 years. In the simamer months, Walter can be found in Gammon Gymnasium, where he has worked for 
the past several years re-painting the walls and fixtures. Once the athletic seasons begin, he assists in lining the fields and 
preparing Hundley Stadium for football games. He also washes uniforms and prepares the football locker room for the 
players. During the game, he stands on the sidelines as one of the team's biggest fans. 






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GusFmnhe, legendary golf coach, molh professor, 
and menlor lo generations of students, passed 
away in March. Ihis November he was honored 
with a special citation from the Athletic Hall of 
Fame. 



At this year's induction ceremony, Walter Simms, a fixture in every facet of Hampden-Sydney sports, was awarded a special citation from President 
Sort! (left). At right, a tearful Simms embraces Trustee and faithful athletics supporter Joseph Viar, k '63. An independent film company. Revolu- 
tion [arth, spent this semester working on the Walter Simms Film Project, which traces the life and time of the Tigers' number-one fan and tells the 
story of how a person with Down Syndrome has led a happy and fulfilling life, thanks to the ardent support of a community 






Simms moved to Hampden-Sydney with his father, Dr. Gilman Simms '30, in 1973 and spent many early years help- 
ing his father, who was the Athletic Trainer for the College. Touched by all who surrounded the athletics programs, 
he especially developed a warm friendship with legendary Tiger football coach Stokeley Fulton. Throughout the years, 
Walter has been embraced by every Hampden-Sydney football coach and has become a fixture on football and basket- 
ball sidehnes. 

This year an independent film company. Revolution Earth, filmed the documentary, "Shorty." Walter Simms and the 
2002 Tiger football team are the stars of this documentary film that traces the life and times of the Tigers' number-one 
fan. 




Horn Krueger, Vke President for Business Affairs 
and Treasurer, and Tom Gregory, Director of 
C/i/si'to/ Ihnt, discuss liie detaik of the campus 
Hosier Han. 




Infrastructure 



The Hampden-Sydney campus is a treasure. Humanly scaled, well-maintained buildings and 
landscapes hark back to another century and set a pleasant stage for the focused energies of a 
21st-century institution. The College has recently restored several familiar and dearly loved 
structures, including Gushing, Venable, the Birthplace, Penshurst, and Middlecourt. In spite 
of these efforts, some of the College's facilities are inadequate in light of our current and fixture 
needs. In the coming years, this academic village will grow to meet these requirements. 







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Expansions and renovations to College Church are now complete. 
The new addition includes several seminar rooms for use by 
students ond faculty. 



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k proposed architeclural rendering shows anew state-of-the-art lihrary and research facility, to be 
buih behind Winston Hall, on the site of the Blake offices and apartments. 



This November, preceding the Hampden-Sydney — Rondolph-Mocon game, four former football pla 
ers cut the ribbons to open the new weight room in Gammon Gymnasium. The weight room undervi 
a half-a-million dollar expansion and renovation through the generosity of (left to right) Joey Viar 
'63, Bill Kirk 72, George "Deke" Summers '67, and Whitey Lipscomb '66. President Walter M. Bort 
III is in the center 





V^ClTrlJjUS After much consideration, it is clear that Hampden-Sydney's greatest capital needs are a new library, 
a fine arts center, and improved indoor athletic and recreational facilities. Built in 1961, Eggleston Library struggles to 
keep up with changing requirements of modern scholarship and academic support. This comes at a time when teaching 
and learning are becoming more collaborative, and when libraries require more electronic and online resources as well as 
group study rooms and presentation areas. The proposed new library is designed to be a "community learning center" 
able to support the ever increasing electronic and traditional library uses. 

What is now Eggleston Library will be transformed into a student services center. Currently, student services like the 
bookstore and health and counseling centers, as well as student-run organizations and student government ofiSces, are 
scattered throughout the campus. The new center will consolidate organizations and support services. 

An increasing number of students enroll in fine arts courses and participate in theatre and music groups. Johns Audito- 
rium and Winston Hall have become overcrowded and can no longer accommodate the demands for classroom, studio, 
and performance space. Immediate plans call for two addition wings and renovations to Johns Auditorium. In the 
near future, the College plans to construct a new Fine Arts Center to house a 300-seat theatre and concert hall, and an 
additional one-hundred-seat studio theater. The new Fine Arts Center will provide a wonderfiil new dimension to the 
campus — one that will enable the entire College community to enjoy this important element of a liberal education. 

Just as we want to instill in our students habits of lifelong learning, so we should be concerned with teaching them hab- 
its of lifelong fitness. For that reason, participation in intramural sports and the beginning of lifetime fitness habits, as 
well as membership on a varsity team, are important to developing young men. To provide our students and community 
with adequate facilities, the College has begun to renovate and upgrade Kirby Field House and Gammon Gymnasium. 

The physical plant of the College has already benefited from many significant improvements over the last year. Dick- 
inson Hall (part of the Alpha residence halls) was converted from traditional dormitory rooms to state-of-the-art suite 
arrangements. In order to accommodate the growth in the student body, the College has purchased and renovated four 
additional cottages for student use. In preparation for the upcoming capital campaign a small annex to Escourt has 
been built to house the Office of Public Relations, the Wilson Center support stafif, and the Corporate and Foundations 
Relations Office of Institutional Advancement. We have also completed the renovation of four classrooms to accommo- 
date the most up-to-date classroom technology. In addition, the area to the south of Venable Hall has been dramatically 
improved with the addition of a new parking lot and green space. 

Seminar rooms have been completed in the new addition to College Church and are in use by faculty and students. The 
Winston Hall darkroom has also been significantly expanded and improved. 



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rendering shows ihe concept lor the Fitness Center in Kirby Field House, one ol the proposed 
'odes aimed at promoting lifelong titness. It is scheduled for completion in foil 2003. 



Students in the Rhetoric Program's new wireless classroom, which features computers and other 
multimedia tools, use laptops for collaborative writing exercises. 




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'TlULUi^y The success of the College's Rhetoric Program has reaffirmed what Hampden-Sydney faculty 
and administrators nave known all along: writing is an essential part of a sound liberal education. And in recent years, 
computers have become an essential part of sound writing. Technology has changed the way students write and research 
papers, and as a result, it offers distinct pedagogical advantages. Thanks to the recent installation of a new technology 
classroom, which features 22 wireless laptops and a multimedia presentation station, the Rhetoric Program is reaping 
these advantages while enhancing the high level of student-teacher interaction so central to the Program's success. The 
classroom allows professors to direct writing exercises in the medium students are most used to and offer instruction in 
Web-based research methods. 

The new Rhetoric technology classroom also helps facilitate the use of Blackboard, an online educational platform that 
features digital drop boxes and an online discussion board and can be used by teachers to post syllabi, study questions, 
audio files, web links, and grades. Approximately 70% of classes use Blackboard's online learning platform as a way to 
supplement and enhance in-class and interpersonal learning experiences. 

The Jessie Ball duPont Classroom in the Fuqua International Communications Center of Eggleston Library has also 
recendy undergone a technological transformation. The multimedia classroom now boasts a ceiling mounted multipur- 
pose lumen projector, four wall-mounted speakers, a professional quality DVD player, a worldwide VCR, satellite televi- 
sion input, cable television input, a PC computer with an RF wireless keyboard and mouse, a digital visual presenter, a 
receiver/ amplifier, an interactive writing tablet, and a control system. Seven classes, ranging from choral masterpieces to 
cinema to pubhc speaking, are now being taught in this classroom. 

Stanley Cheyne, principal investigator, and co-principal investigators Steven Bloom and Walter McDermott, all of the 
Department of Physics and Astronomy, were awarded a $17,336 grant by the National Science Foundation in June to 
purchase computers, printers, and networking equipment for the astronomy and meteorology laboratories at the Col- 
lege. The grant allows the department to update computers in the two laboratory courses, the primary enrollment of 
which is non-science majors. Approximately a quarter of the College's students will use the computing facilities every 
year. The project involves adapting material from the Internet to access scientific and technological databases worldwide. 
The project has several objectives: first, students gain valuable experience with computers; second, students access data 
fi"om up-to-date science and technology; and third, computer projects properly integrated into a laboratory offer an op- 
portunity to increase the interest of non-science majors. 

From onhne education platforms to multimedia classrooms, the integration of technology and teaching allows 
Hampden-Sydney to continue promoting the liberal arts in a constandy changing world of work and study. 



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2002 President's Report 




This report tracks the exciting progress made at Hampden-Sydney in the last year and highlights 
the College's success in forming "good men and good citizens." This success depends on broad 
support from those who recognize the vital importance of this mission. In addition to the gener- 
osity of Hampden-Sydney alumni and friends, the Office of Institutional Advancement furthers 
this mission by securing private gifts and grants. All of these efforts keep the College running 
day-to-day and help ensure that Hampden-Sydney College will continue to be a place where stu- 
dents "enter as boys and leave as men." 



Hampden-Sydney students me the beneficiaries of your support. 



Hampden-Sydney College 



J. Lloyd Allen '04, recipient of the Jasper Dennis Wilson Scholorship, and Barbara Henley, Director of Planned 
Giving for the Office of Institutional Advancement, at the College's scholarship reception in Crawley Forum. This 
annual reception brings together scholarship recipients and the donors and Institutional Advancement officers who 
help make their time at Hampden-Sydney possible. The Jasper Dennis Wilson Scholarship was founded in honor 
of his father by U. Gen Samuel V. Wilson and Mrs. Suzi Wilson. 




Fundraisim 



For the 2001-2002 fiscal year (ending June 30), the College raised a total of $5,192,264. 
Within the overall total, tne portion designated for annual budget support accounted for S2,l 10,796, the second high- 
est amount ever raised in the annual fiind. Those unrestricted fonds are the equivalent earnings of $42,200,000 worth 
of endowment. Gifts to the College will fund nine new scholarships, two new endowed awards, and two annual awards. 
Gifts came from eleven gift annuities, eight bequests, five insurance gifts, and one real estate gift. Of the eleven gift 
annuities, two will become endowed scholarships, five will go into unrestricted endowment, one will fund an existing 
endowed scholarship, one will fond an existing professorship, and one will go into the general scholarship endowment. 

TliJ^Ct'UU/Trlf^flT Thanks to a strong enrollment and control of expenditures, the College ended its fiscal 
year on June 30, 2002, solidly in the black. This was Hampden-Sydney's 24th consecutive year of balanced budgets, and 
the College was also able to repay $300,000 of quasi-endowment which had previously been borrowed for operating 
purposes. 

With the spotlight on the auditing profession, our auditors, McGladrey & Pullen, LLP, were even more diligent in their 
review of the CoUege's financial operations. The College received a clean audit with respect to its fiscal operations and 
was determined to be in compliance with all federal financial aid regulations. 

Unfortunately, the College's endowment managers were not immune to the effects of the bear market conditions that 
existed throughout the year. Even so, the equity portion of the College's endowment had a performance of —13.2% 
versus the S&P 500's-18.0%. The College's bond managers returned a positive 8.2% which mirrored its index, the 
Lehman Brothers Aggregate Bond Index. At June 30, 2002, the College's endowment was $88.2 million, compared to 
$101.7 million a year earlier. 

Numerous studies have shown that colleges and universities with a more diversified asset allocation have out-performed 
institutions that are not diversified. With this in mind, the CoUege has been diversifying its asset allocation and endow- 
ment managers for approximately 24 months. The work of the CoDege's Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees 
toward diversification has resulted in a portfolio that is dramatically different. In general, the diversification has resulted 
in a significant reduction in the College's large capitalization grow^th fonds towards an increase in large capitalization 
value fonds, small capitalization fonds, and alternative investments. 

In addition to asset allocation, dramadc changes have occurred in portfolio managers. Two years ago the College 
employed a total of seven managers, whereas today there are fourteen major managers involved in its portfolio manage- 
ment. Moreover, of the five equity managers employed two years ago, only two are currently retained. These efforts 



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Total Revenues 

2001-2002 
($38,854,463) 

AUXILIARY SERVICES 22.8% 
ENDOWMENT INCOME 15.5% 

ANNUAL FUND 7% 

STATE & FEDERAL 5.9% 
OTHER 1 .7% 



TVIITION AND FEES 47.1^1 




Revenues, Fiscal Year 2001-2002 

Tuition & Fees $18,313,636 

Federal Grants & Contracts $481,118 

State Grants & Contracts $1,828,036 

Private Gifts, Grants, Contracts $2,706,003 

Endowment Income $6,039,531 

Auxiliary Enterprises $8,843,613 

Odier $642,526 

Total Revenues $38,854,463 



have significantly reduced costs. We believe that the diversification efiforts, which represent a fiindamental change in our 
investment policies, will result in a steady growth in the market value of the College's endowment. Pending performance 
reviews, no fiirther actions are contemplated at this time. 

JDUCtQ'CT The College's revenue for FY 2001-2002 was $38,854,463; 47% of the revenue came from tuition 
and fees. The College's expenditures totaled $38,550,860, with over 42% of the money going to areas of instruction, 
scholarship, and fellowships [see Revenues (above) and Expenditures charts (below)]. 



Educational & 
General Expenditures 



2001-2002 

($38,550,860) 

INSTRUCTION 21.6% 



SCHOLARSHIPS & FELLOWSHIPS 20.5% 
STUDENT SERVICES 1 1 .6% 




AUXIUARY 
ENTERPRISE 
EXPENDITURES 
1 6.4% 



OPERATION & MAINTENANCE 
OF PLANT 7.1% 



RESEARCH & ACADEMIC 
SUPPORT 5.6% 



INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT 12.2% 



Expenditures, Fiscal Year 2001-2002 

Instruction $8,335,663 

Research $150,137 

Academic Support $2,010,900 

Student Services $4,454,790 

Institutional Support $4,707,950 

Operation & Maintenance of Plant $2,727,080 

Scholarships & Fellowships $7,902,616 

Loan Fund Matching Grant $9,623 

Auxiliary Enterprises $6,308,484 

Transfers $1,943,617 

Total Educational & General Expenditures, 

and Transfers $38,550,860 

EXPLANATION OF CATEGORIES OF EXPENDITURES: 

Instruction: Includes all expenditures for academic departmental expenses, faadty salaries and benefits, and summer school expenses. • 
Research: Includes expenditures for sponsored research in accordance unth the terms cfgrana, contracts, or other agreements. 
•Academic Support: Includes expenditures for Uhrary operations, assessment, atid computing operations. • Student Services: 
Includes the cost of the Registrar's Office, Admission's Office. Financial Aid Office, Dean of Students Office, Athletics, Career Services, and 
Residence Life functions. • Institutional Support: Includes all expenditures relating to the general executive and administrative offices 
which seervt the entire institution: the President's Office, the Publication's & Public Relation's offices, the Business Office, the Academic 
Dean's office, and the Office of Institutional Advancement. •Operation & Maintenance of Plant: Includes expenditures for the 
operation and maintenance of the institutions physical plant and care of grounds. • Scholarships and Fellowships: Includes all 
expenditures for student fna?idal aid, with the exception ofloanfonds or finds received from the federal College Work-Study Program. 
• Auxiliary Enterprises: Includes all costs associated with the operation of auxiliary enterprises: Telecommunications, Food Service 
operations, student residences, faculty-staff rental properties. Bookstore operations, and Summer Programs. 




Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



Mom C Boinest '54, Chairman of the Boardof 
HampdenSydney College. 




Chairman's Message 

Those of you who support Hampden-Sydney College at the level sufficient for inclusion in 
the Society of Founders are very special. You have been described as the "foundation" of the 
College, a "living endowment," the "contributors to noble beginnings," the providers of the 
Colleges very "lifeblood." 

All true. 

And more important in 2002 than ever before! 

The world — post-9/11, post-Enron, post- WorldCom — needs young men inculcated with 
the qualities of character and moral discernment that are at the heart of Hampden-Sydney 
College s mission. Those we educate today will tomorrow lead this Commonwealth, nation, 
world, and they will do so with a resolve tempered by values gained from the rudiments of the 
ancient liberal arts. 

Your support will make it so. 

Please know that all of us in the Hampden-Sydney community appreciate deeply your con- 
tinuing resolve on the College's behalf. What you do is important, and it contributes vitally to 
the noble venture that makes Hampden-Sydney College great. 

Thank you. ; ^-^ 



William C. Boinest '54 



Hampden- Sydtiey College 



Board of Trustees 




OFFICERS OF THE 
CORPORATION 2001 - 2002 

William C. Boinest '54, Chaintian of the Board 

Walter M. Bonz III, President 

Joseph K Viar, Jr. '63, Vice-Chairman 

Roben W. King, Jr. '52, Secretary 

C. Norman Krueger, Treasurer and Assistant Secretary 

TRUSTEES 2001 - 2002 

Joseph L. Austin Vl 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Cardiologist, Consultants in Cardiology 

William C. Boinest '54 
Richmond, Vir^nia 
Chairman 

J. Robert Bray '60 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Executive Director, X^rginia Port Authority 

Charles L. Capito, Jr. '76 
Charleston, West Virginia 
First Vice President arid Manager, 
Salomon Smith Barney 

George B. Cartledge, Jr. '63 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Chairman of the Board Grand Home furnishing 

W. Randolph Chitwood, Jr. '68 
Greenville, North Carolina 
Professor and Chairman, Department of Surgery, 
East Carolina School of Medicine 

Charles W. Crist 'G6 
Roanoke, Virginia 

Retired Vice President fr Finance and Administration, 
Hollins University 

Henry P. Custis, Jr. '67 

Onancock, Virginia 

Attorney and Partnei; Custis, Lewis & Dix 

Gene B. Dixon, Jr. '65 

Diliivyn, Virginia 

President, Kyanite Mining Corporation 

John C Ellis, Jr. '70 
Virginia Beach, Virpnia 
Life Lnsurance Agent, 

Commonwealth Financial Partners 

H. Hirer Harris Iir83 

Richmond Virginia 

Partner, Harris Williams & Co. 

Marion Peebles Harrison '89 
Na^ Head, North Carolina 
Attorney and Partner, Rose & Harrison 

Scon M. Harwood, Sr. '65 

Farmville, Virginia 

President a?td Jjisurance Agent, SMH, LTD 



Robert T. Herdegen III 

Farmville, Virginia 

Elliott Professor ofPsychobgy, Hampden-Sydney College 

Ralph R Hines 

Farmville, Virginia 

CofTsultant, Maxey-Hines dr Associates, PC 

Stephen L. Hughey '79 

Houston, Texas 

President, Ljwa Exploration, Lnc. 

Maurice A. Jones '86 

Reston, Virginia 

Partner, Vent74 re Philanthropy Partners 

WiUiam B. Jones 
Wzshington, District of Columbia 
Visiting Professor of Political Science, 
Hampden-Sydney College 

Roben:WKing,Jr. '52 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Attorneys at Law, Moore & VanAUen, PLLC 

Roger H. W. Kirby '88 

Richmond Virginia 

Exea4tive Vice President, Guilford Company 

Willette L. LeHew '57 

Norfolk, \'7rginia 

Physician-OB/GYN, Tidewater Physicians for Women 

Earl E Lockwood 

Alexandria, Virginia 

President, Chairman, CEO, ACS Group of Companies 

John B. Long, Sr. '38 
Richmond Virginia 
Chaiiynafi, J. B. Long Company 

Linda H. Marks 
Richmond Vir^nia 
Realtor, Virginia Properties 

David J. McKittrick '67 
BouUer, Colorado 

Retired Executive Vice President and CFO, 
OnStream, Inc. 

Hem)' H- Mc\W III '57 

Schley Virginia 

Retired Attorney andPartTter, McGuire Woods 

Bartow Morgan, Jr. '94 

Lawrenceville, Georgia 

Vice President, The Brand Banking Company 

C. Cammack Monon '73 
Ftujuay-Varina, North Carolina, 
Ashhy Realty Partners 

Malcolm R. Myers '57 

Mentor, Ohio 

Chairman of the Board, Cloyes Gear & Products. Inc. 



William L. Pannill 77 

Martinsville, Virginia 

Chairman of the Board and CEO, Tacoma, Inc. 

Richard C.Parker '81 
Atlanta, Georpa 
Private Financial Investor, 

Comanche Investment Co., LLC 

George P. Piros '75 
Savannah, Georpa 
Radiolopst and President, Savannah Radiolo^sts, PA. 

Vi\ian G. Rome 
Richmond \^trginia 

Gordon D. Schreck '65 
Charleston, South Carolina 
Attorney and Senior Shareholder, 

Buist, Moore, Smythe &McGee, PJL 

William F. Shumadine, Jr. '66 
^ Richmond Virginia 

Senior \^ce President and Managing Director, 
Lowe, Brockenbrough, & Compar^ Inc. 

Henr\' C. Spalding, Jr. '60 
Richmond Virginia 

Executive Vice President and Manapng Director, 
Lowe, Brockenbrou^, & Comparty Inc. 

Joseph F. Viar, Jr. '63 
Alexandria, Virginia 
Retired Chairman, DynCorp 

Randolph H. Watts '67 

White Stone, Vir^nia 

Retired Attorney and Partner, Watts &Amole 

Donald RWhidey '59 

Richmond Virginia 

Senior Vice President, PaineWebber 

Anne Marie Whittemore 

Richmond Virginia 

Attorney and Partner, McGuire Woods 

Donnan Wintermute 
Alexandria, X-^rginia 
Vice President and Real Estate Broker, 
Pardee & Graham Real Estate, Inc. 

Peter T. Worthen 

Trussville, Alabama 

Chairman and CEO, Schreiber Corp., Inc. 



Society of Founders 

Honoring Donors of $1,250 or more during the 2001-2002 fiscal year 



Mr. John C. Ellis, Jr. 70, 
FOUNDERS CHAIRMAN 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



® Gushing Society 

Homnng Donas of $1 2,500 or mote 
(tog ihe 2001-2002 fed yea 

AnomTTious 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. Allen '60 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph L Austin 71 

Roanoke. Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. WilUam C. Boinest '54 

Richmond, V'irginia 
Dr Donald \V. & Mrs. Virginia Borti 

Greensbuig, Penns)'lvania 
Mr Rajinond B. Bottom, Jr. '51 

Hampton, \^rginia 
Mr. G. Gra)-son Boyce '63 -Deceased 

Baltimore, Maryland 
Mrs. G. Graj-son Boyce 

Baltimore, Maryland 
Mr. & Mrs. J. P. McGuire Boyd '64 

Richmond, \^ir^nia 
Mr. & Mrs. James N. Boyd '58 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Bray '60 

Portsmouth, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Geoi^e B. Cartledge, Jr 

'63 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. Richard E Cralle, Jr. '65 

Farmville, Vii^nia 
Mr. & Mn. Charles W. Crist '66 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry R Cusds, Jr '67 

Onancock, Nlrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Gene B. Dixon, Jr '65 

Dill\vyn, Virginia 
Mr. & Mis. "W. Birch Douglass ID '65 

Richmond, \Trginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John 'W. Drescher '70 

Virginia Beach, Mrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Ellis, Jr '70 

Virginia Beach, Vrginia 
Mr & Mrs. Malcolm Firth 

Pompano Beach, Florida 
Miss Julia B. Fleet 

La Jolla, Califotnia 
Mrs. Sandra C. Fore 

Farm\ille, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen R. Fore '91 

Charlottesville, Virginia 
Mr J. B. Fuqua 

Adanta, Georgia 
Ms. Anita H. Garland 

Hampden-Sydney, \^ginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Graham '43 

Ir\'ington, Virginia 
Mr & Mxs. H. Hiter Harris HI '83 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mn. Marion Peebles Harrison 

'89 

Nags Head, North Carolina 
Mr. &c Mrs. Scott M. Harwood, Sr '65 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr '5 1 

Richmond, VIrgirua 



Mr. Robert R. Hatten '69 

Gloucester, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Ralph P Hines 

Rice, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Stephen L. Hughey '79 

Houston. Texas 
Dr W. Glenn Hurt '60 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Charles Hill Jones, Jr 

Rumson, New Jersey 
Dr & Mrs. William RusseU Jones, Jr 

'37 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr James J. Keadng, Jr '56 - Deceased 

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 
Mrs. James J. Keating, Jr 

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 
Dr & Mrs. Edwin Lawrence Kendig, 

Jr. '32 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Roger H. W. Kirby '88 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. James F. Lipscomb '66 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Earl E Lockwood 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Long, Sr '38 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. John G. Macfarlane 111 '76 

Darien, Connecticut 
Mr. Craig L. Masse}' '88 

Richmond, Virginia 
The Hon. D. Carleton Mayes '36 

Dinwiddle, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. David J. McKittrick '67 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Henry H. McVey 111 '57 

Schley, Vrginia 
Mr & Mrs. David G. Monette 

Suffolk. Virginia 
Mr. & Mn. C. Cammack Morton '73 

Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 
Mr Malcokn R. Myers '57 

Mentor, Ohio 
Mr & Mrs. C. L. EUinger O'Brien II 

'89 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William L. Pannill '77 

Martinsville, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Richard C. Parker '81 

Adanta, Geotgia 
Mr. & Mrs. William M. Passano, Jr '53 

Baltimore, Maryland 
Mr Stanley F. Pauley 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. J. Fain Peebles '78 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr & Mrs. George R Piros '75 

Savannah, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Richardson '38 

Bluefield, West Virginia 
Dr & Mrs. John B. Schug '52 

Charlone, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. William F. Shumadine, Jr 

'66 

Richmond, Virginia 



Ms. Helen B. Simpson - Deceased 

Paeonian Springs, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Grant C. Sipp '49 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 
Mr & Mrs. Julious P. Smith, Jr '65 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Henry C. Spalding, Jr '60 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mrs. Henn' C. Spalding, Jr 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. S. Bruce Spencer '37 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr George Summers, Jr '67 

Goodview, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. George E. Summers 

Palm Beach, Florida 
Dr & Mrs. Douglas Venable '42 

Los Alamos, New Mexico 
Mr Joseph E Viar, Jr '63 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Randolph H. Watts '67 

White Stone, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Donald P 'Whidey '59 

Richmond, Virginia 
Ms. Dorman C. Wintermute 

Alexandria, Virginia 

• Venable Society 

Honoring DonoR of $6,250 -SI 2,499 
dunngttie 2001-2002 fistnlyeor 

Mr & Mrs. R. Randall Ahnirall 

Hemlock, Michigan 
Pres. & Mrs. Walter M. Bom III 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr C. Beeler Brush 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Benjamin M. Buder '63 

Winchester Virginia 
Dr & Mrs. Theodore P. Chambers '82 

Vienna, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Robert K. Citrone '87 

Southport, Connecticut 
Mr & Mrs. Norwood H. Davis, Jr '63 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Allen Mead Ferguson 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Hunter B. Ftischkorn III 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Salvatore Giannetti III '86 

Darien, Connecticut 
Mr. Charles M. Guthridge '68 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Everett A. HeUmudi III '75 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Michael J. Krupin '69 

Beverly Hills, California 
Mr & Mrs. William E Lowry, Jr '66 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr & Mrs. Bartow Morgan, Jr '94 

Lawrenceville, Georgia 
Mrs. Martha C. Sanders 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Edward M. Schaaf III '69 

Richmond, Virginia 



Mr & Mrs. Gordon D. Schreck '65 

Charleston, South Carolina 
Mr & Mrs. Francis A. Shelton '41 

Nassawadox, Virginia 
Mr John H. Thompson III '43 

Orlando, Florida 
Mr & Mrs. Richard Morton Venable, 

Jr '50 

Fripp Island, South Carolina 
Mr & Mrs. F. Case Whittemote 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr E. Carlton Wilton, Sr 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Peter T. Wordien 

Birmingham, Alabama 
Mr & Mrs. George Wright III '48 

New York, New York 
Ms. Lynne Bruce Zehnder 

Martinsville, Virginia 

^Atkinson Society 

Hononng Donors of S3, 125 -$6,249 
during the 2001-2002 fistal year 

Anonymous 

Dr & Mrs. Michael E Ackermann '80 

Indianapolis, Indiana 
Mr & Mrs. Michael J. Adelman '70 

Fayetteville, Arkansas 
Mr & Mrs. Stephen E. Baril '77 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. David R. Barrett 

Midlothian, Virginia 
Mr Peter A. Batten '85 

Williamsburg, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. J. Scott Benton '90 

Newport News, Vrginia 
Mr Thomas R. Bernard '79 

Breckenridge, Colorado 
Mr J. Stewart Bryan III 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Richard C. Burroughs, Sr 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr Richard C. Burroughs, Jr '99 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr Donald A. Caldwell 

Manakin-Sabot, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Robert H. Camp '83 

Crozier Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. William E Carter "68 

Farmville, Vrginia 
Mr & Mrs. Bradley H. Gary '85 

Vienna, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Kennedi E. Childress '70 

Brentwood, Termessee 
Mr & Mrs. Ashby W. Coleman '87 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Dr. C. Barrie Cook '45 

Fairfax, Virginia 
Mrs. George D. Delo, Jr 

Gloucester, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Lewis C. Everett '63 

Stuart, Florida 
Mrs. James H. Fannon, Jr 

Alexandria, Virginia 




Hampden- Sydney College 




Mr. & Mrs. G. Franklin Flippin '69 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Dr. Richard M. Frazer, Jr. '52 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul E Gardner 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Gardner, Jr. '57 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard M. German, Jr. '40 

Fredericksburg, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard D. Giles '65 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Fred T. Given, Jr. '49 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Grover '80 

Charlottesville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory B. Henderson '76 

Powhatan, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. H. WiUiam Hoffman '49 

Charlotte C. H., Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip W. Hughes '69 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Mark KeUy '83 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. John 'Willard Kirk III '72 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Chnton Larmore 

'74 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. NViUette L. LeHew '57 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. Hugh K. Lear)' '61 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggett '68 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Dr. Larry P. Levin '77 

Delray Beach, Florida 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Mansfield, Jr. '78 

Gainesville, Georgia 
Dr. & Mrs. Norman Jay Marks 

Mechanicsviile, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Sidney Martin III 

'94 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. David S. McClung II '51 

Salem, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis B. McClung '82 

Salem, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. McClung '82 

Salem, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. McGeorge 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William S. Moore '78 

Petersburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Jon A. Pace '82 

Baltimore, Maryland 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Pappas '60 

Portsmouth, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Parrott II '64 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. Peake '51 

Newport News, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Mathews Pope 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. John R. Ragsdale III '66 

Petersburg, Virginia 



Dr.AM. Renick,Jr. '51 

Lutherville, Maryland 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Edward Russell, Jr. '64 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Dr. Herbert J. Sipe, Jr. 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Hugh R. Stallard '59 

Midlothian, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter M. Swan '87 

Charlorte, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Taylor, Jr. '57 

Radford, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Thomson '85 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Edward B. Titmus 

Sutherland, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman C. Willcox 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Wola, Jr. '71 

Midlothian, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Page C. Yonce 

Midlothian, Virginia 



# Cabell Society 

HononngDonois of 51,250 -$3,1 24 
during the 2001-2002 fed yeor 



Anonymous 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Adkins, Jr. '82 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Agee III '84 

Richmond, Virginia 
Col. & Mrs. Anthony C. Akstin 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. George F. Albright, Jr. '74 

Falls Church, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Mosby R. Allmond, Jr. 

Hanover, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Christopher C. Altizer '84 

Chatham, New Jersey 
Mr. & Mrs. Lester E. Andrews, Sr. '36 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Eric E. Apperson '85 

Chesapeake, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Kirby Arnall '87 

Newnan, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Arnz '89 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Ayers, Jr. 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Paul S. Baker 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour '99 

Glade Spring, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. BasUone '85 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. John D. Beall '47 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Craig E. Beckler '88 

Palatka, Florida 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Bedinger III '76 

Adanta, Georgia 
Mr. Edmund L. Benson III '59 

Richmond, Virginia 



Mr. & Mrs. M. Hunt Berryman '65 

Lakeland, Florida 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Best III '83 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Marcellus J. Best, Jr. '80 

Goldsboro, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Merlin Duane Billings 

Newport News, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. George C. Bird '57 

Monterey, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvard R. Birdsong II '71 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. James W. Blackburn 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Blank, Jr. '78 

Litde Rock, Arkansas 
Mr. & Mrs. David W. Blankenship '85 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. C. Howard Bliss '37 

Fairfield Glade, Tennessee 
Mr. & Mrs. B. Elliott Bondurant '79 

West Point, Virginia 
Mr. Myron P Boon '74 

Asheville, North Carolina 
Mr. Obie Henry Booth '62 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William L. Bowles '76 

Libertyville, Illinois 
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin C. Bowling, Jr. '48 

Powhatan, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Boydoh, Jr. '88 

Greensboro, North Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. O. Chrisrian Bredrup, Jr. 

'56 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 (F) 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. Eric J. Brinsfield''88 

Wilmington, Delaware 
Mr. Charles E Britt '92 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Mills Britt, Jr. '56 

Franklin, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Gardiner T Brooks, Jr. '5 1 

Williamsburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. Brown '87 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Brown, Jr. 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Denis Brown FV '80 

Monroe, Louisiana 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas A. Bryant '55 

Raleigh, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Buck '58 

Chesapeake, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Paul S. Buckman '77 

Halifax, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph Bumgardner IV 

'90 

Glen Allen, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. James Wesley Burgess '62 

South Boston, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Jameson George Buston II 

'58 

Richmond, Virginia 



Dr. & Mrs. W. W. Samuel Buder '76 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William E Buder 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mrs. WiUiamT Buder, Jr. 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Cabell '74 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Y. Caldwell III '71 

Midlothian, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Craighead Caldwell, 

Jr. '38 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Davidson CaU 

Raleigh, North Carohna 
Mr. & Mrs. R Scott Carr '95 

Suffolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Carr '73 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Carwile '92 

Farmville, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Resit Cem Cezayirii 

Birmingham, Alabama 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond M. Challoner 

III 

Newport News, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W Bates Chappell '64 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. M. Deane Cheatham III 

'88 

Ashland, Virginia 
Mr. T Johnson Childress 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mrs. Ruth Anne Reed Chitwood 

Wytheville, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. W. Randolph Chitwood, 

Jr. '68 

Greenville, North Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. Earnest D. Coalter, Jr. 

Virginia Beach, 'Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Cobb '69 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Don R. Cochran '73 

Hampton, Virginia 
Mr. & Mn. J. Gordon Coleman, Jr. '69 

Tuscaloosa, Alabama 
Mr. Curds D. Colgate '01 

Chase City, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Eugene Cooke '58 

Midlothian, Virginia 
Mr. John E. Corey '80 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John W Cowherd III '50 

Marrins\'ille, \'irginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W Scott Cox nr77 > 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. G. Coyle, Jr. 

'79 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. John W Craddock '55 J 

Lynchburg, Virginia fl 

Mr. & Mrs. Hunter E. Craig '84 

Charlottesville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. Cross '44 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



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& Mrs. T. Frank Crowder '45 
Petersburg, Vii^nia 

& Mrs. James A. Crowell FV' '96 
Atlanta, Georgia 
& Mrs. John C. Crump III "60 
DurmsviUe, Virginia 

& Mrs. 'W. Glenn Culley, Jr. 
Farmville, \'irginia 
& Mrs. C. William Dabney "76 
Richmond, Virginia 

& Mrs. Frederick M. Dabney 
Richmond. Virginia 

& Mrs. Christopher H. Daly '83 
Richmond, Virginia 

& Mrs. Thomas B. Davidson, Jr. 

'63 

Richmond, Virginia 

& Mrs. R. Brandt Deal '70 
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

& Mrs. Charles M. Dietz '52 
Richmond, X^rginia 

& Mrs. Charles M. Douglass '69 
Richmond, \lrginia 

& Mrs. James F. Douthat '64 
Roanoke, Virginia 

& Mrs. Charles H. Dowdy HI 
Farmville, Virginia 
& Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 
Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 

& Mrs. Wdiiam S. Driskill '81 
Marshall, Virginia 
& Mrs. Francis J. Duckwall '59 
Roanoke, Virginia 

& Mrs. Thomas U. Dudle>- '65 

Upper\'ille, \^rginia 

& Mrs. A. Russell Dtmnington, Jr. 

■69 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

& Mrs. W. Roben Eason, Sr. '40 
Orange, Virginia 

& Mrs. C. Thomas Ebel '76 
Richmond, Virginia 

& Mrs. J. Bruce Eckert 
Keswick, Virginia 

& Mrs. Hugh G. Edmimds, Jr. 

'64 

Richmond, Virginia 

& Mrs. Richard E. English '78 
Glen Allen, Virginia 

& Mrs. James R. Ennis '72 
Farmville, Virginia 

& Mrs. Richard P. Epperson II '79 
Farmville, Virginia 
& Mrs. W. Keith Eubank '42 
Charlottesville, Virginia 

& Mrs. Christopher K. Evans '68 
Irvine, California 

& Mrs. J. David Ewing '91 
Decatur, Georgia 

Daniel G. Farmon '94 
Alexandria, Virginia 

& -Mrs. W. Stuan Farmer, Jr. '74 
Richmond, Virginia 

& Mrs. James G. Femeyhough '59 
Monroe, Virginia 



Mr. & Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell 

'63 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. William C. Finch '29 

Nashville, Tennessee 
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis P. Finger '66 

Cedar Vale, Kansas 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Fisher III 

Baltimore. Maryland 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Flannagan, Sr. 

'40 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Forehand, Jr. 

Prince George, Virginia 
Mr. William S. Formvvalc '36 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Randolph Fowler '74 

Greenville, South Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. Russell E. Fox '38 

Hampton, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. H. Gordon France, Jr. '76 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. James Gordon Frazer '57 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam C. French '57 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Friedman 

Wilhamsburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank W Friedman '88 

Lexington, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Frischkorn, Jr. 

'61 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. George H. Fulton, Jr. '42 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Caner B. S. Furr, Sr. '54 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. John B. Garrert, Jr. 

Gastonia, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. David H. Gates, Sr. '78 

Pamplin, Virginia 
The Hon. & Mrs. Ernest P. Gates, Sr. 

■45 

Chesterfield, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest E Gates, Jr. '76 

Powhatan, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. James B. Gates, Jr. 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mn. Thomas B. Gates '88 

Midlothian, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Gibson III '82 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Larry R. Gilbertson '69 

McLean, Virginia 
Mr. Joseph PGillach^82& 

Mr. Timothy L. Gerwin 

San Francisco, California 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Gilliam, Jr. '77 

San Jose, California 
Mr. J. Edwin Givens 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Roger A. Glover III '83 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. C. Hobson Goddin '45 

Richmond, Virginia 



Dr. John R. Good '52 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Lewis B. Goode, Jr. '50 - Deceased 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mrs. Lewis B. Goode, Jr. 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert H. Goodnight 

Halifax, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. George L. B. Grinnan '57 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Walter L. Grubb, Jr. '57 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. Gvvv-n 

Woodstock, Virginia 
Mr, & Mrs. Frederick H. Hall 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy B. Hampton '75 

Chesapeake, Virginia 
Mrs. Ann M. Hardy 

Biacksburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Daniel Hardy Jr. '71 

Biacksburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Brian J. Harker 

Danville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Harper III '38 

Chevy Chase, Maryland 
Mr. & Mrs. Randolph C. Harrell '84 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John N. Harrington, Jr. 

'60 

Raleigh, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Hatchett 

Newport News, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Hatchett, Jr. 

'84 

Rock Hill, South Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Sheppard Haw III '78 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Paulus I. Haynsworth '62 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Hazlegrove '76 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Steve Hendrbc 

Newnan, Georgia 
Mr. & Mr. David A, Henley 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Paul E Hicks, Jr. 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. Timothy E. Hildreth '73 

Gahanna, Ohio 
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph C. HilUer '60 

Matoaca, Virginia 
Mr. & Mn. J. Knox HiHman, Jr. '63 

Concord, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Brooks Hock 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank R, Hoffmann '53 

Richmond, Virginia 
The Hon. Dr. & Mrs. Clarence A. 

Holland '52 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. Duran P. Holton '83 

Marlborough, Massachusetts 
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce B. Hopkins '72 

Memphis, Tennessee 




lames "Whiley" Lipscomb '66 



"Wilhout Hampden-Sydney College, I wouldn't be 
here," says James "Whiley" Lipscomb '66 from 
bis office ol Davenporl & Company where he 
managed the fixed income department for 27 
years. Now, after relinquishing bis management 
responsibilities in 2001, he continues as Executive 
Vice President, maintains the role ol producer, and 
is a member of the firm's Board of Directors. 

"Getting a liberal arts degree was a great thing for 
me, " says Whitey "Hampden-Sydney taught me to 
think on my feet ond communicate effectively In 
this business, that's been essential." He has shown 
his gratitude for that priceless gift by creating a 
scholarship for deserving students ond consistently 
giving to the Annual Fund 

Whitey who became head of the Hampden-Sydney 
Football Commission offer the death of his friend 
Phil Rome '68 two years ago, has most recently 
been involved with the renovation of the College's 
sports facilities. Thanks to his generosity and 
that of key Viar '63, Bill Kirk '72, and George 
"Deke" Summers '67, all ardent believers in the 
importance of a quality sports program, the weight 
room underwent a half-million dollar expansion 
and upgrade this fall. 

Whitey sees it as his duty to help support 
Hampden-Sydney "I am deeply indebted to the 
College. Hampden-Sydney gave me the break of 
allowing me to come to the institution, and I've 
been blessed to be able to give back to the school 
I will continue ta give as long as I am able. " 




Hampden- Sydney College 




Mr. & Mrs. William D. Hopkins '66 

Amherst, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin B. Homer III 76 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Carter W. Hotchkiss 79 

Franklin, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Houck, Jr. 73 

Park Cit)', Utah 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Howard 77 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. M. Norton Howe, Jr. '60 

Adantic Beach, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Hubbard '62 

Roxboro, North Carolina 
Mr. William Henry Hubbard '39 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. David F. Huddle "81 

Fredericksburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Randolph Hudgins, Jr. 

'46 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. Gary D. Hudson '77 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Walton L. Huif '51 

Sugar Land, Texas 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Hunt, Jr. 

L)Tichburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Huskey, Jr. '78 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William P. Invin IV 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 
Mr. J. Bruce James, Jr. '53 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Anson Jamison '39 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Devereux Jarran '64 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Gavin D. Jeffi '82 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Edgar F. Jessee '42 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. B. Boyd Johnson '74 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Johnson, Jr. '96 

Gaffiiey, South Carolina 
The Hon. William B. Jones 

Washington, District of Columbia 
Dr. & Mrs. Christopher Keeley '89 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. William C. Keighdey '75 

Savarmah, Georgia 
Dr. & Mrs. Uoyd J. Kellam III '77 

Belle Haven, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Kelley '70 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Herben V. KeUy, Jr. 

Newport News, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert S. Kemper III '51 

Lynchburg, \%ginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Gar)' L. Kessler '86 

Chevy Chase, Maryland 
Mr. & Mrs. George S. Khoiuy '74 

Darien, Connecticut 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffie)' L. Kiefer '75 

Sparks, Maryland 



Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence M. Kimbrough 

Da\'idson, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. King, Jr. '52 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Erik A. Koroneos '79 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Norman Krueger 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. JeffR. La Vangie '89 

Mechanicsville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Joseph Landaiche, Jr. 

'94 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Mr. Gan' M. Lane, Sr. '70 

Adanta, Georgia 
Dr. & Mn. Carl D. Laughlin "79 

Severna Park, Mar)4and 
Mr. & Mrs. Fontaine B. Lawson '64 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Lawson '39 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Thompson Lawson III 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard A. LeHew '59 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Monte Lehmkuhler '88 

Ale.\andria, Virginia 
Mr. J. CuUen C. Leigh '47 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Keidi W Lewis '78 

Lutherville, Maryland 
Mr. & Mrs. G. W. Lindsay '52 

Charlortesville, Virginia 
Mr. L. Cecil Long '64 

Adanta, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. Roben C. Long, Jr. '72 

Richmond, \^rginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E Lucas '59 

Beckley, West Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles I. Lunsford II '64 

Moneta, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Luxton '71 

Richmond, Virginia 
The Rev. & Mrs. W. Daniel MacGill III 

'67 

Snowshoe. West Virginia 
Dr. & Mis. John W Mack, Jr. '68 

Knox-ville, Tennessee 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Madden '67 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. A, Carter Magee, Jr. '76 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Manson, Jr. '44 

Charlorresville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Dudley H." Marks '77 

L)'nchburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Marks '72 

Franklin, Virginia 
Mr. James J. Marshall, Jr. '34 

New York, New York 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Richmond Martin III 

71 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Winfield Massie '49 

Spring, Texas 



Captain & Mrs. Robert S. Mathews '52 

Houston, Texas 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur J. Mamey '63 

Santa Rosa, California 
Mr. & Mrs. L. "White Matthews III '67 

Charlottes^Tlle, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas T Mayo IV 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Judson McAdams, Sr. 

'77 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mis. William E. McBratnev III 

75 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. McBrame)', Jr. 

L\Tichburg, \''irginia 
The Re\-. & Mrs. Claud W. McOuley 

'52 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Bryant C. McGann '82 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel W. McGann, Jr. '42 

Norfolk, \^ginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Timothy G. McGarry '83 

Abingdon, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Matdiew McGee '84 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Himter H. McGuire, Jr. 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. J. Moore McMahon '79 

New York, New York 
Dr. A-lichael O. McMimn 

Richmond, V-lrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Wdson McNeelv 

W '86 

Charlottes\ille, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles V. McPhillips '82 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. Can' L. Meredirh, Jr. '45 

Arnold, Maryland 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard A. Michaux '34 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. William R. Middeldion, Jr. '63 

Coral Gables, Florida 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Middleton '76 

Nash\ille, Tennessee 
Mr. & Mrs. Claude W. Milam '49 

Midlothian, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph D. Miles III '66 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
iMr. & Mis. Donald E Miller, Jr. '62 

Richmond, Vrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Henn- R. K-liller FV '75 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. John M. Miller '56 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Sheppard Miller HI '79 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Mishoe, Jr. '74 

Midlothian, Virginia 
The Hon. & Mrs. John R. Mtchell, Jr. 

'77 

Charleston, West Virginia 
Dr. Ray Atkinson Moore, Jr. '41 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 



Mre. Ray Atkinson Moore, Jr. - Deceased 

Hampden-Sydne)', Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael F. Moorman 'CA 

La\\Tenceville, Mrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Morgan II 

Newpon Ne\^'s, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Mark J. Morris '80 

South Boston, Virginia 
Dr. J. Jarrett A'loss '89 

Adanta, Georgia 
Dr. & Mrs. Lloyd E Moss, Jr. '73 

Fredericksburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles C. Motdey '56 

Scottsdale, Arizona 
Dr. & Mis. Roderick A. Mundy '43 

Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 
Dr. Anthony J. Mimoz 

Fann\'ille, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Moran Murchison 

III 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward E Murphy 

Baltimore, Maryland 
Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam W Muse '70 

Chesterfield, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Tayloe N. Negus '88 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Nottingham '40 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. Cliiford A. Nottingham HI 

'74 

Roanoke, N^ginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. 

'56 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mis. Charles Dee O'DeU II '87 

Charlone, North Carolina 
A4r. & Mrs. Clarence T Orgain '41 

Alberta, X'lrginia 
Dr. & Mrs. John K. Osoinach 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John Gurgane\- Overstreet 

'69 

Bedford, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas P CK'enon '48 

Richmond, Vrginia 
Dr. John A, Owen, Jr. '45 

CharlottesN-ille, Viiginia 
Mr. & Mis. G. Michael Pace, Jr. '79 

Roanoke, Viginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip G. Padgen, Jr. "63 

Bethesda, Marj'land 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank'c. Page '88 

Richmond, Vrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael A. Page '90 

Oakton, Virginia 
The Hon. & Mr. WestbrookJ. Parker 

'70 

Franklin, Mrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Ray M. Paul, Jr. 79 

Richmond, \^rginia 
Mr. Marshall N. Pearman, Jr. '61 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen H. Peer Jr. 72 

Woodstock, Virs;inia 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



f Mr. Ryan M. Pembenon '00 

Hampden-Sydnev, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Terri' LjTin Pemberton 

KesNncJc. Mrginia 
Mrs. Barbara Pembenon- McAdams 

Charlottes\ille. Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Wa\'ne Penidc 70 

Reect\'ille. Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. George F. Perkins '64 

Charlottes\'ille. Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Perry. Jr. 

Birmingham, Alabama 
Mr. Edward K- Phillips 

Virginia Beach. Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Henr,- R. Pollard IV '64 

Richmond. X'lrginia 
Ms. Dorothea S. Pomeroy - Deceased 

Richmond, X^irginia 
Dr. & Mrs. WiUiarii W. Ponetfield 

Hampden-Svdnev, Virginia 
Dr. & Mis. Ran'daU W. PoweU '67 

Mobile, Alabama 
Mr. & Mrs. John Ma\Tiard Power '79 

Soudiern Shores, North Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. 

'30 

Summerville. South Carolina 
Mr. & Mis. "WilUam R. Pumphre^' III 

'70 

Winchester, Kentuck\* 
Mr. & Mrs. Caperton D. Putt '87 

Adanta, Georgia 
Dr. & Mrs. Harr>^E. Ramse>-, Jr. '58 

Norfolk. Nlrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas T. Rankin 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr.JakeRasorm'89 

Greenwood. South Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. Holman C. Rawls HI '63 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. & \Irs. John A. Rees, Jr. 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Milton P. Reid III "91 

Arlington, Virginia 
Mr. E. A. Rennolds, Jr. 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mn. Gaison L. Rice, Jr. 

Greensboro, North Carolina 
Mr. C. Edward Richardson III '5 1 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Roach '73 

Richmond, \Trginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Larrj' E. Robbins 

Raleigh, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Stewart Robertson '54 

KingNvood. Texas 
Dr. & Mrs. Matthew W. Robertson HI 

'87 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Francis Robinson, Jr. '64 

New Canaan, Connecticut 
Mr. & Mis. Robert L. Robinson 

Columbiana, Alabama 
Mr. & Mrs. 'W. Randolph Robinson '69 

Chesapeake, Virginia 



Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Robison III '70 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mrs. Philip deButts Rome 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & iMrs. Carl J. Roncaglione, Jr. '83 

Charleston, West Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. R Lewis Royster, Jr. '62 

iVlount Pleasant, South Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Rude '70 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. Joseph M. Rilffin, Jr, '62 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Samuels, Jr, '72 

Charlones\'ille, Virginia 
Mr, & Mrs. Edward L. Sanders '56 

Spartanburg, South Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. William T. Saunders. Jr. '60 

Newport Ne\vs, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Randolph E. Savage '70 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth N. Scott '63 

Lexington, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel H. Shaner '62 

Fairfax Station, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. David W. Shelor '72 

Salem, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Keidi Shepherd '64 

Chappaqua, New York 
.Mr. & iVlrs. Ronald C. Shiflett '46 

Roanoke. Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip A. Short '73 

Salem, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick L. Shreves II '65 

McLean, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William Francis 

Shumadine III '94 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. William L. Shumate III '66 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Timothy D. Siviter '84 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
The Rev. Glenn W SmaU '63 

Adanta, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. Smith 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Norfleet Smidi, Jr. '84 

Suffolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. LawTence N. Smith '59 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Dr. Theodore R Smith, Jr. '65 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mrs. Owen A. Snyder 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Owen A. Snyder - Deceased 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Brian C. Sommaidahl '96 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mis. Chailes W Sommardahl, 

Sr. '63 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Peter W. Squire '48 

Emporia, Virginia 
.Mr. & Mrs. R Curtis Steele, Jr. '67 

Roanoke, Virginia 
.Mr. & Mrs. H. Watts Steger III '70 

Buchanan, Virginia 



Dr. & Mrs. W. Graham Stephens '49 

Trourville, Virginia 
Ms. Arme Lee Stevens 

Salem, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Ronald A. Stine 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. H. Ben Stone III '61 

New Bern, North Carolina 
Dr. Kearfott M. Stone '67 

Gloucester, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. Stradinger '69 

Murrells Inler, South Carolina 
Lt. & Mrs. Christopher P. Stuart '87 

Sasebo, Japan 
Mr, & Mrs. John D. Scuan 

Nicholasville, Kentuck\' 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Wdliam Sublett, Jr. '73 

Hampden-Sydne)', \'^rginia 
Mr. G. Granville Sydnor III '58 

Seatde, Washington 
Dr. & Mrs. T. Austin Sydnor, Jr. '52 

Charlones\'ille, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Walker E Sydnor, Jr. '71 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Mr. H. Tinsle)' Taliaferro III '71 

Warsaw, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John Ed Tankard Iir85 

Eastvilie, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Taylor '73 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Bradley Terry '87 

Pulaski, Virginia 
Mr, & Mrs. Brian Sutherland Thomas 

'83 

Nashville, Tennessee 
Mrs. Patricia Motgan Thomas 

Adanta, Georgia 
Dr. Graves Haydon Thompson '27 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. James Christian Thompson, 

Jr. '81 

Potomac, Maryland 
The Hon. & Mrs. W. Carrington 

Thompson '37 

Chatham, Vrginia 
Mr. Alan Toothman 

Woodstock, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Waverley To\vnes '66 

Louisville, Kentucky 
Mr. George M. Trible FV '9 1 

Williamsburg, Virginia 
Dr. E.Randolph Trice '44 

Richmond, Vrginia 
Mrs. E. Randolph Trice - Deceased 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert R Trice '40 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Elbert N. Trinkle, Jr. '55 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Dr. C. Wayne Tucker 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Larry C. Tucker 

Petersburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy B. Tucker 

Keysville, Virginia 



Mr. James M. Turner, Sr. '56 

Danville, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. William V. Tynes II '57 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Edwin B. Vaden '42 

Pawley's Island, South Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. S. Craig Vranian '81 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert C. Wade '91 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Walker '77 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond B. Wallace, Jr. 

'60 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Earle R Ware II '57 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mn & Mrs. J. Ernest Warinner III '47 

Ordinary, Virginia 
Mr. & Mis. Fred G. Wairen '59 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mi. & Mrs. Stephen K. Waskey '90 

Roanoke, Viiginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard B. Waters '75 

Newport News, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Robert R Waters '64 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Hunter R Watson 

Farmville, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Edgar N. Weaver, Jr. '69 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Todd A. Weinert '84 

Marietta, Georgia 
Mr. Richard H. West '68 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. D. M. Westerhouse, Jr. '68 

Midlothian, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Paul E White '60 

Salem, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. D. Scott Whitehead 

Williamsburg, Virginia 
Mr, & Mrs. Robert H. Whitt, Jr. '78 

Danville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Corbin McCue Wilkes '68 

Arlington, Virginia 
Mr & Mrs. Stephen B. WUkins '92 

Adanta, Georgia 
Mr & Mrs. Gordon C. Willis '42 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. &L Mrs. David G. Wdson, Jr. '63 

Richmond, Virginia 
Lt. Gen. & Mrs. Samuel V. Wilson 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mrs. Virginia H. Wilson 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. WilUam T Wilson '60 

Covington, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry S. Wmston FV '75 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Robert H. Witte, Jr. 

Glen Allen, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward W. Wolcott, Jr. '76 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. James M. Wolcott, Jr. '42 

Norfolk, Virginia 




Hampden-Sydney College 




Mr. & Mrs. Ra'VTnond Andrew Woody 

'63 

Adanta, Georgia 
Dr. & Mrs. R Taj'lor Wootton HI '81 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Hugh Orian Wrenn '46 

Richmond, \%ginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. "Wright '71 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. D. Ricky Wyatt '80 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Barton K. Yoimt III '70 

Hilton Head Island, South Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Kirk A. Zambetri '90 

Grosse Pointe, Michigan 

9 Gammon Society 

Hononng Donois from the dosses of 1 992 
forword who gove $625 ■ $1,249 diiiing the 
2001-2002 fecolyeoi 

Dr. John D. Aiken III '93 

Cincinnati, Ohio 
Mr. George F. Albright IE '99 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr. S. Griffith Aldrich '96 

Houston, Texas 
Mr. Christian Clark Andresen '97 

New York, New York 
Mr. Richard Y. Adee, Jr. '93 

Yorktown, Virginia 
Mr. Frank H. Baber IV '00 

Fairfax, Virginia 
Mr. C. Poner Banister, Jr. '93 

Montgomery, Alabama 
Mr. & Mrs. David Anderson Barton '94 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Mr. E. Ward Blakely, Jr. '93 

Jacksonville, Florida 
Mr. & Mrs. James Da^d Carter '93 

Greenville, South Carolina 
Mr. Christopher H. Dowdy '99 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen M. DriscoU '92 

Phoenix, Arizona 
Mr. Jeremy Alexander EUis '96 

Adanta, Georgia 
Mr. Jason Matthew Ferguson '96 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. E Mahood Fonville, Jr. '92 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. John Robert Greenwood '97 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Andrew B. Hampton '99 

Williamsburg, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey A Harrison '92 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John Lee Hemmer III '95 

Gainesville, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. Daxdd A. Hobbs, Jr. '99 

Adanta, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Andrew Horstman 

'94 

Charlotte, North Carolina 



Mr. Kenneth Gray Hutcheson '94 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. James Clinton Kelly '97 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Mario J. Kokolis '92 

Williamsburg, Virginia 
Mr. Adam J. LaVier '97 

New York, New York 
Mr. Raymond Joseph Marocco III '99 

Towson, Maryland 
Mr. Mark G. Mei'tz '95 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Matthew D. Michael '95 

Washington, District of Columbia 
Mr. & Mis. Carroll W. Moon '98 

Matthews, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Bishop Morgan 

'98 

Raleigh, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Justin Z. Naifeh '96 

Oklahoma Cit}', Oklahoma 
Mr. John Cason Newbern '94 

Boones Mill, Virginia 
Mr. R. Fleming Patterson HI '00 

Adanta, Georgia 
Dr. & Mrs. William Allan Rees '92 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Robert Christian Kickers '99 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Wilson W. Schoellkopf '93 

Dallas, Te.xas 
Mr. & Mrs. William E M. Schwind '93 

Houston, Texas 
Mr. & Mrs. John Howard Selzer '94 

Fort Worth, Texas 
Mr. Stephen P. Sharpe '02 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. ■WTlliam W Stanfield HI '92 

Wilmington, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Mark Stepanian '93 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. F. Bruce Stephens '96 

Wytheville, Virginia 
Mr. John J. K. Taitague '93 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. M. Alexander White '96 

Knoxiille, Tennessee 



Lifetime Founders 

The osteiisk * indicotes lifetime Foundeis who were odive 
donors to the College in ttie 2001-2002 fiscal year 

Dr. Man' Virginia Allen'' 

Summerville, South Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. Allen '60" 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. W.Dudley Allen, Jr. '43 

Wilsons, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Lester E. Andrews, Sr. '36' 

FarmNTlle, Virginia 
Dr. William H. Armstrong '36 

- Deceased 

Kent, Connecticut 
Mrs. Anne P H. Ayres 

Staunton, Virginia 



Mr. & Mrs. T Kyle Baldwin '39 

St. Simon's Island, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W Banning 

Hyattsville, Maryland 
Mr. & Mrs. Alban K. Barrus, Jr. 

Kinston, North Carolina 
Mr. Stewart Bell, Jr. '31 - Deceased 

Winchester, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. WdUam C. Boinest '54* 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Patrick H. Boodi, Jr. '42* 

Petersburg, Virginia 
Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '51' 

Hampton, Virginia 
Mrs. Cecil C. Bowman 

Staunton, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis E. H. Brandon '45* 

Fligh Point, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Bray '60' 

Portsmouth, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Mark Burris '!(, 

Greensboro, North Carolina 
Mr. Royal E. Cabell, Jr. '43 - Deceased 

Manakin-Sabot, Virginia 
Mr. Edward J. Campbell 

Racine, Wisconsin 
Mr. & Mrs. George B. Cardedge, Jr. '63" 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Chapman III 

Salem, Virginia 
Mrs. William C. Chewning 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mrs. Ruth Anne Reed Chitwood' 

Wtheville, Virginia 
Mr. James J. Coleman, Jr. 

New Orleans, Louisiana 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter E Conrad, Jr. 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. C. Barrie Cook '45' 

Fairfax, Virginia 
Dr. Dorothy F. Cooney 

Farm\'ille, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. T Frank Crowder '45' 

Petersburg, Virginia 
Mr. Clifford A. Curlee '85 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mrs. Kay Booker Da\idson - Deceased 

Halifex, Virginia 
Mr. John S. & Dr. Joyce S. & 

Mr. ^'Iichael Degenhart 

Racine, Wisconsin 
Mr. & Mrs. James W. Dennis 

Lively, Virginia 
Mr. & Mis. Gene B. DLxon, Jr. '65* 

Dillwyn, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Birch Douglass III '65* 

Richmond, Virginia 
Dr. John D. Drinko 

Lyndhurst, Ohio 
Dr. & Mrs. WiMiam E Edmondson, 

Jr. '56 

'Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Ellis, Jr. '70* 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Dr. Edward J. Evans '38 - Deceased 

Proctorville, Ohio 



Mr. & Mrs. Le\vis C. Everett '63' 

Stuart, Florida 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen Mead Ferguson' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Gray Ferguson 

Staunton, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. WdHam G. FerreU '71 

Greenwich, Connecticut 
Mrs. John K. Field. Jr. - Deceased 

Naples, Florida 
Dr. & Mrs. WilHam C. Finch '29' 

Nashville, Tennessee 
Mr. James D. Finley II '34' 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Miss Julia B. Fleet' 

La Jolla, California 
Mrs. S. Douglas Fleet 

New Kent, Virgiiiia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Fox lU 

Maui, Hawaii 
Mr. & Mrs. William E Franck 

Martinsville, X'irginia 
Mr. George C. Freeman, Jr. '52 

- Deceased 
Fredericksburg, Virginia 

Mr. J. B. Fuqua' 

Adanta, Georgia 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard M. German, Jr. '40' 

Fredericksburg, Virginia 
Mr. John L. Gibson II 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Alben R. Gillespie '33' 

Staunton, Virginia 
Mr. C. Hobson Goddin '45' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Scott C. Goodman '82' 

Adanta, Georgia 
Mr. Albert H. Gordon 

Neiv York, New York 
Mr. James W Gordon, Jr. '32 - Deceased 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Randolph M. Gregg '57 

Washington, District of Columbia 
Mr. Charles M. Guthridge '68' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas O. Gwalmev III 

'43 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
The Hon. John M. Hamlet, Jr. '31 

- Deceased 
CharlottesNille. Virginia 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Harrison Hancock '38' 

Charlottes\'ille, XTrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene B. Hardin, Jr.' 

Raleigh, North Carolina 
Mrs. H. Hirer Harris, Jr.* 

Richmond, Xirginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Scott M. Har%vood, Sr. '65' 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. '5 1 ' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Robert R. Hatten '69' 

Gloucester, Virginia 
Mrs. William R. Hill, Jr. - Deceased 

Medora, Illinois 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



i Mr. & Mrs. Ralph P. Hines' 

Rice, Virginia 
Miss Emilie C. Holladay" 

FarmviUe, Virginia 
Miss Genexneve V. Holladay - Deceased 

Richmond, Virginia 
Miss Naralie V. Holladay - Deceased 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Marshall B. Hopkins '34 - Deceased 

Goleta, California 
Mr. Irvin G. Homer - Deceased 

Mosele^'. Virginia 
Mr. William Henn,- Hubbard '39' 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Randolph Hudgins, 

Jr. '46- 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mrs. Roberr F. Hutcheson III 

Emporia, Virginia 
Mr. J. Bruce James, Jr. '53' 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mn. A. Anson Jamison '39' 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Saul E. Joftes 

Hampden-Sydne}", Virginia 
Mrs. J. Monroe Johns - Deceased 

Farm\'ille, Virginia 
Mrs. Charles G. Johnson 

Greenville, South Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Hill Jones, Jr.' 

Rumson, Ne\vjerse\' 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Robert Jones 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. James J. Keating, Jr. '56' - Deceased 

Mount Pleasant, South Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. Edwin Lawrence Kendig, 

Jr. '32- 

Richmond, Vlrajnia 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeflfre)-!. Kiefer '75' 

Sparks, Mar^'iand 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W! King, Jr. '52' 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr. J. LeNVTS Kirby, Jr. 

Claremont, Virginia 



Mr. & Mis, Roger H, "W. Kirby '88' 

Richmond. Virginia 
Dr. Allen E. LeHe^v' 

Clifton Forge, Virginia 
Dr. VVillerte L. LeHew '57' 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggen '68' 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. Edsel H. Lester '55 

Grundy, Virginia 
Mrs. Sydney Lewis 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl F. Lockwood' 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Long, Sr. '38* 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mrs. VCllliam W. Lucado 

Sea Island, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. John G. Madarlane III 

'76' 

Darien, Connecticut 
Mr. Craig L. Massey '88' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Morgan Massey 

Richmond, Virginia 
The Hon. D. Carleton Mayes '36' 

Dinwiddle, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Hunter H. McGuire, Jr.' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. David J. McKittrick '67' 

Richmond, V-lrginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. McVey 01 '57' 

Schle); Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard A. Michaux '34' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Rodne)' B. Mirchell 

Houston, Texas 
Mr. & Mrs. David G. Monene* 

Suffolk, Virginia 
Mr. Malcolm R. Myers '57' 

Mentor, Ohio 
Mr. Russell B. Newton, Jr. 

Jacksonville, Florida 



Mr. & Mrs. W. Kemp Norman, Jr. 

Monrpelier, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Nottingham '40* 

Chapel Hill, North Carolina 
Dr. & Mrs. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. '56* 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mre. VXllliam G. Pannill 

Martinsv'ille, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. VXllliam L. Pannill '77* 

Martinsville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Parker '81* 

Atlanta, Georgia 
Mr. Charles G. Patterson, Jr. '37 

- Deceased 

Martinsville, Virginia 
Mr. Stanle)' F. Pauley' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Richardson '38* 

Bluefield, West Virginia 
Mr. E. Claiborne Robins, Jr. 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Rollins 

Adanta, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Edward Russell, Jr. '64' 

Norfolk, Virginia 
Mrs. Martha C. Sanders' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William T. Saunders, Jr. '60* 

Ne\vport News, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. John B. Schug '52* 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Mr. Buford Sears 

Buffalo, New York 
Mr. Burn Sears 

Adanta, Georgia 
Mr. & Mrs. 'William D. Selden V '70* 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Sydnor Serde '55* 

Morristown, New Jersey 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis A. Shelton '41* 

Nassawadox, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. William E Shumadine, Jr. 

'66* 

Richmond, Virginia 



Dr. & Mrs. Frank J. Simes* 

Durham, North Carolina 
Mr. & Mrs. Grant C. Sipp '49* 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence N. Smith '59* 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. '60* 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. S. Bruce Spencer '37* 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mrs. Robert S. Spradey 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. Herbert R. Stokes '40* - Deceased 

Farmville, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. George E. Summers* 

Palm Beach, Florida 
Dr. Graves Haydon Thompson '27* 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Mrs. Muriel King Trinkle 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Morton Venable, 

Jr. '50* 

Fripp Island, South Carolina 
Mr. Joseph F. Viar, Jr. '63* 

Alexandria, Virginia 
Mrs. William W. Walton 

Pulaski, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. 'Wheat III '75 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mrs. James C. Wheat, Jr.* 

Caret, 'Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Francis R. Whitehouse '34* 

Lynchburg, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. William T. Wilkins' 

Richmond, Virginia 
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon C. WiUis '42* 

Roanoke, Virginia 
Lt. Gen. & Mrs. Samuel V. Wilson* 

Hampden-Sydney, Virginia 
Dr. & Mrs. Edwin S. Wysor '41* 

Mechanicsville, Virginia 



! 




Hampden -Sydney College 



Tiger Club 

Honoring Donors of $625 - $1,249 during 2001-2002 




Dr. John D.Aiken III "93 

Mr. George F. Albright III '99 

Mr. S. Griffith Aldrich '96 

Mr. & Mrs. Marc A. Allocca '89 

Dr. & Mrs. James E. Ames IV '73 

Mr. Christian Clark Andresen '97 

Dr. & Mrs. Patrick K. Anonick '86 

Dr. & Mrs. Burness F. Ansell, Jr. '54 

Mr. Edward Arcuri 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Macauley Aron, Jr. '78 

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy E. Ashman '86 

Mr. Richard Y. Adee, Jr. '93 

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald W. Axselle '68 

Mr. Frank H. Baber IV '00 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Fred Ball, Jr. 

Mr. C. Porter Banister, Jr. '93 

Mr. & Mrs. David Andereon Barton '94 

Dr. & Mrs. Philip M. Bayliss '78 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. Beck '67 

Mr. & Mrs. James L. Beckner '68 

Mr. & Mrs. James O. Beckner II '74 

Mr. & Mrs. Scott W. Berglund '78 

Mr. E.WardBlakeiyJr. '93 

The Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Robert Bluford, 

Jr. '45 
Mr. & Mrs. Joe K. N. Boafo '83 
Mr. Patrick H. Boodi, Jr. '42 
The Rev. William H. Boyd '40 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis E. H. Brandon '45 
Mr. & Mrs. Ausun Brockenbrough III 
Mr. & Mrs. G. Tyler Brooks III '74 
Mr. Lee F. Brooks '75 
Mr. John Bagby Browning '61 
Mr. & Mrs. Bryan E. Burcher '91 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald H. Burton '68 
Ms. Claire T. Buder 
Mrs. Royal E. Cabell, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Anderson B. Carothers 
Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam A. Carrington '81 
Mr. & Mrs. James David Carter '93 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Carter '59 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Cash '80 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Lee Chambliss, Jr. '35 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Barry 

Chenault '88 
Dr. & Mrs. Gene E. Clapsaddle '45 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Clark, Sr. 
Mrs. William H. Clarke 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Clough 
Mr. & Mrs. Edmond C. Conway 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Cottrell '82 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Y. Cox '80 
Dr. & Mrs. WiUiam S. Coxe '46 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Cuder, Jr. '76 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Timothy Dalke 

& Kathryn Dalke 
Mr. & Mrs. WUfrid A. Daly III 
Mr. & Mrs. Graham C. Daniels '86 
Mr. Alexander B. Dickinson '37 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Marshall Doswell, 

Jr. '42 
Mr. Bernard E. Dotson, Jr. 



Mr. Christopher H. Dowdy '99 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen M. DriscoU '92 
Mr. Robert T. DuPuis, Jr. '84 
Mr. & Mrs. John G. Eagan, Jr. '79 
Dr. & Mrs. Edward E Eckert, Jr. '69 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Travers Edwards, Jr. '68 
Mr. Jeremy Alexander Ellis '96 
Mrs. Rose S. Emerick 
Mr. & Mrs. Floyd T Fallen 
Mrs. Welford S. Farmer 
Mr. Jason Matthew Ferguson '96 
Mr. James D. Finley 11 '34 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott Finney '85 
Mr. & Mrs. E Mahood Fonville, Jr. '92 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward H. Fox '60 
Mr. John A. Cant '85 
Mr & Mrs. Fred L. Garrett III '62 
Dr. & Mrs. Albert R. GUlespie '33 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph S. Gillespie, Jr. '54 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Goforth 
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd O. Goode, Jr. '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Scott C. Goodman '82 
Mr. & Mrs. James E Goodmon 
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart H. Goodwin '75 
Mrs. James W Gordon, Jr. -Deceased 
Mr. John Robert Greenwood '97 
Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence W Greer, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. R Bryan Grinnan III '57 
Mr. &L Mrs. Bernard S. Groseclose, 

Jr. '75 
Dr. & Mrs. John L. Guerrant '33 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip A. Haley '77 
Mr. Andrew B. Hampton '99 
Mr. & Mrs. Rives S. Hardy '54 
Mr. D. Richard Harris II '82 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey A. Harrison '92 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Ailen Harrison 
Lt. Col. & Mrs. Allen E Hazlegrove '67 
Mr. & Mrs. John Lee Hemmer III '95 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip B. Hereford '76 
Dr. & Mrs. Ralph C. Hess III '73 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Hickman, 

Jr. '85 
Cmdr. & Mrs. Heber H. 

Himmelwright '70 
Mr. & Mrs. T David Hinton '66 
Mr & Mrs. David A. Hobbs, Jr. '99 
Mr. & Mrs. Dale M. Hodges '69 
Dr. & Mrs. Paul E Hogan 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Hopper '89 
Dr. & Mrs. Franklin R, Horstman III 
Mr. & Mrs. Jacob Andrew 

Horstman '94 
Dr. John D. Hughes '68 
Mr. Kenneth Gray Hutcheson '94 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Ireland III 
Mr. Robert L. Ireland, Jr. '89 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert W. Israel 
Dr. & Mrs. William McK. Jefferies '35 
Mr. & Mrs. Maiurice Jennings 
Ms. Debra J. Johnson 
Dr. & Mrs. Manuel H. Johnson 



Dr. & Mrs. Lewis D. Johnston, Jr. '42 

Dr. Samuel S. Jones '43 

Mr. James Clinton Kelly '97 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Burke King '85 

Mr. & Mrs. Sidney H. Kirstein '73 

Mr. & Mrs. Mario J. Kokolis '92 

Mr. AdamJ. LaVier'97 

Mr. & Mrs. Leon Agee Lackey, Jr. '67 

Mr. Lance A. Lavenstein '71 

Mr. & Mrs. Ben B. LeCompte, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Burton P Lee 

Dr. & Mrs. Henry S. Liebert, Jr. '52 

Mr. & Mrs. Wickliffe S. Lyne '67 

Dr. & Mrs. William A. Macllwaine IV 

Mr. Raymond Joseph Marocco III '99 

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Martin '73 

Dr. & Mrs. John A. Mardn, Jr. '79 

Mr. & Mrs. Adrian L. McCardell III 

'74 
Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Joseph C. McCutchen 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas R. McDaniel '63 
Mr. Maurice A. McDougal 
Mr. & Mrs. James J. McEnery 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. McLain '77 
Mr. & Mrs. G. Oris Mead III '56 
Mr. & Mrs. James V. Meath 
Mr. Mark G. Meicz '95 
Dr. & Mrs. H. Carl Messerschmidt, 

Jr. '43 
Mr. Matthew D. Michael '95 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Miller '82 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Molster '80 
Mr. & Mrs. Carroll W Moon '98 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Bishop Morgan 

'98 
The Hon. & Mrs. Harvev B. Morgan 

'52 
Dr. & Mrs. Charles H. Moseley Jr. '52 
Mr. & Mrs. Jusrin Z. Naifeh '96 
Mr. John Cason Newbern '94 
Dr. & Mrs. John Y Nicholson III '56 
Dr. & Mrs. Wallace C. Nunley, Jr. '69 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. O'Brian 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Owen '74 
Mr. & Mrs. Graham F. Painter, Jr. '64 
Dr. & Mrs. Barry N. Parsley '72 
Mr. R. Fleming Patterson III '00 
Mr. Brian W Peabody '84 
Mrs. Doris R, Percy 
Mr. & Mrs. John T. Percy, Jr. '69 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Banks Peterson, Jr. '85 
Mr Robert E. Prather '90 
Mr. & Mrs. Jake Rasor, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. John A. Rawls '56 
Mr. George W. Redd 
Dr. & Mrs. WiUiam AUan Rees '92 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Reeves '44 
Mr. & Mrs. Milton E Reid II '68 
Mr. Roy C. Rhodes '48 
Mr. Robert Christian Rickets '99 
Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth H. Roberts '76 
Mr. & Mrs. D. Scott Robertson '77 



Dr. & Mrs. Giles M. Robertson, Jr. '64 

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Robertson '51 

Dr. & Mrs. WdUam A. Robertson '60 

Mr. John L. Roper III 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul S. Roper '71 

Mrs. Judy N. Ross 

The Rev.' & Mrs. T. Field Russell '84 

Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. '45 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. SaffeUe, Jr. '53 

Dr. Andrew R. Sager '84 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Sarvay, Jr. '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Bradford B. Sauer '74 

Mr. Francis Y Savage '43 

Mr. Wilson W SchoeUkopf '93 

Mr. & Mrs. William E M. Schwind '93 

Mr. & Mrs. John Howard Seher '94 

Major & Mrs. Steven Michael Sharp 

USAR MD '86 
Mr. Stephen Patrick Sharpe '02 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Shields '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter D. Shields '44 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary D. Silverfield 
Mr. & Mrs. James I. Slaydon, Jr. '54 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter W Smidi IV '67 
Mr. & Mrs. PhiUp M. Snyder III '50 
Mrs. William F. Spotswood, Jr. 
Ms. MoUy E Squire 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter W. Squire, Jr. '79 
Mr. WiUiam W Stanfield III '92 
Mr. & Mrs. Ray C. Steele 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Mark Stepanian '93 
Mr. & Mrs. F. Bruce Stephens '96 
Mr. John J. K. Taitague '93 
Mr. & Mrs. Wayne T Tennent '67 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Thomas '76 
Mr. Warren M. Thompson '81 
Mrs. Verser Todd 
Dr. & Mrs. Waring Trible, Jr. '80 
Mr. & Mrs. Travis J. Tysinger '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Leroy B. Vaughan '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Walker, Jr. '76 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. WaUcer, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Russell W. WaUace, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory A. Warner '87 
Mr. & Mrs. John Hardy Waters III '58 
Mr. J. WilUam Watson.'jr. '77 
Dr. & Mrs. Blair M. Webb '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald S. Wheeler 
Mr. & Mrs. Jere F White, Jr. 
Mr. M. Alexander White '96 
Mr. John L. WUcox 
The Hon. & Mrs. Jere M. H. Willis, 

Jr. '54 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Wdson III '90 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E Witdioeffi '68 
Dr. & Mrs. Edward T. Wolanski '78 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Wright 
Dr. & Mrs. Edwin S. Wysor '41 
Mr. Frederick W. Young, Jr. '44 
Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam T. Ziglar '86 



Hill Club 



Honoring Donors of $450 ■ $624 during 2001-2002 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



Mr. & Mrs. John Hercher Abele, Jr. '94 
Mr. & Mrs. Steven C. Akers '73 
Dr. & Mrs. Jeffrey A. .\lloway '80 
Mr. Carlos A. Alvarenga Hi '90 
The Hon. & Mrs. William C. Andrew's 

111 '6-' 
Major Robert B. Babcock '90 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph W. Baker, Jr. 'S9 
Mr. William F, Banner '72 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert P. Barrell '40 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. Bascom, Jr. '73 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Basker\'iU '75 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Q. Bass, Jr. '75 
Mr. & Mrs. Ke^■in Lee Beale '80 
Mr. & Mrs. Kemper M. Beasley, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander H. Bell 11 '78 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Androv Bell III 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Bennett '79 
Dr. Margaret VanDeman Blackmon 
Cmdr. & Mrs. Lindsay C. Blanton '70 
Dr. & Mrs. Francis Nash Boney '52 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Bos\vell '65 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary W. Bos^vick '85 
Dr. & Mrs. D. Christopher Bos%vorth '68 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Bowe, Jr. '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carr Boyd, Jr. '97 
Mr. George W. Boylan '68 
Mr. & Mrs. Roben E. Bradenham II 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Briggs, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Alfred Broaddus. Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. James G. Bruce III '66 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Michaux Buchanan '52 
Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph H. Bunzl 
Mr. & Mrs. F. Tucker Burge '80 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Capehart III '73 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Carrington III 
Mr. John A. C. Gartner 
Mr. & Mrs. Edmund J. Cashman, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. John B. Cadett '43 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth M. Cadett '72 
Mr. & Mn. Thomas Y. Cadett '81 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Paul Chalmers '88 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore L. Chandler, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Chenery II '68 
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Clark IIl''77 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald E Clarke '50 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry P Clifford 
Dr. & Mrs. Walter H. Cobbs, Jr. '42 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Mark Conger '85 
Dr. & Mrs. William B. Costenbader, 

Jr. '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Brian F. Grotty '86 
Mr. Dav-id B. Darden '78 
Mr. & Mrs. Sean M. Dawkins '88 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Deacon 11 
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart H. Deal '73 
Mr. & Mis. Phillip T. DiStanislao, 

Jr. '77 
Dr. & Mrs. Lonnie B. Dickens, Jr. '45 
Mr. & Mrs. Laurence M. Dickinson '87 
Mr. & Mrs. Lester L. Dillard '40 
Mr. Douglas S. Divers, Jr. '53 
Mr. & Mrs. R. T. Dooley, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald R. Dorev '78 
Dr. & Mrs. William E Donill 



Mr. & Mrs. James Christopher Douglas 

'98 
Mr. William H. Drumeller '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Srephen R. Echols '74 
Mr. & Mrs. Lews D. Evans '39 
Dr. & Mrs. John K. Evett '85 
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony R Farina '88 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis D. Farina, Jr. '83 
Mr. & Mrs. Bob Mann Farmer '73 
Mr. & Mrs. Neil P. Farmer '78 
Mr. & Mrs. Larry E. Farrar '62 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Lindsey Fields, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. K. Scott Fife '83 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Finn '75 
Dr. & Mrs. Keith W. Fitch 
Mr. & Mrs. Mason S. Flinn '89 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Francis, Jr. '78 
Mr. & Mrs. Christopher G. Fulghum '88 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. Fuller '64 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald Lee Garlock '48 
Mr. & Mrs. Alan E Garrison '84 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. Gay '73 
Mr. & Mrs. Franklin Y. Geho '83 
Mr. & Mrs. Harrison Moncure Geho '87 
The Hon. & Mrs. Herbert C. GiU, Jr. '65 
Mr. & Mrs. William N. Gilmer '47 
Mr. Douglas M. Godine 
Mr. Alexander C. Graham, Jr. '72 
Mr. & Mrs. John F. Graves '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Green 
Mr. & Mrs. John Charles Grein 
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Grymes '62 
Dr. & Mrs. Darrow E. Haagensen, Jr. ^dG 
Mrs. Virginia H. Hackney 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry V. Haga, Jr. '48 
Dr.JohnH. HaU,Jr. '37 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter V. Hall '5 1 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Harrison Hancock '38 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Hanes '63 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene B. Hardin, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James WJliam Hardin '63 
Dr. & Mrs. James S. Harris. Sr. '53 
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin L. Harris '77 
Mr. Benjamin R. Harvey, Jr. '83 
Dr. & Mrs. Ralph D. Hellams, Jr. '83 
Mr. & Mrs. Terry L. Helsley '66 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Christopher Henderson '71 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald M. Henry '56 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert T. Herdegen III 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Hillmatui 
Mr. & Mrs. James O. Hillsman '70 
Mr. Thomas B. Hilron 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Robert Hippensteele '59 
Mr. Samuel W Hixon III 
Dr. & Mrs. Harr)' E Hoke, Jr. '54 
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory E Holland '77 
Dr. & Mrs. Ardiur C. Hours '70 
Mr. & Mrs. George M. Howe III '92 
Mr. Joseph L. Hudson '33 
Dr. & Mrs. R. Douglas Humphrey, 

Jr. '54 
Dr. & Mrs. J. David Hungarland '92 
Dr. & Mrs. L. William Irby, Jr. '76 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Irvin, Sr. 
Mr. & Mb. Kevin M. Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Bradley Johnson '89 



Mr. & Mr. Thomas C. Johnson '89 

Mr. & Mrs. David E. Johnston 

Dr. & Mrs. David E Jones '84 

Mr. & Mrs. MarkT. Jones '83 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Jones '48 

Dr. & Mrs. Samuel M. Jones '75 

Mr. & Mrs. G. Todd Joyce '90 

Mr. Phillip W Key, Sr. '56 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. King '77 

Mr. Francis X. Knott 

Mr. Alexander Z. Kroustalis '90 

Mr. & Mrs. James M. Kulinski 

Mr. & Mrs. David J. LaChapelle '88 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Lane 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Langhorne '77 

Mr. & Mrs. William D. Lawley, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. James B. Lee '68 

Mr. R. Hart Lee 

Dr. & Mrs. William I. Lee '71 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Lewis 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Lex III 

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher S. Long '80 

Mr. & Mrs. W, Martin Long II '81 

Dr. & Mrs. Wayne B. Lucas '87 

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Macaulay Lucey '54 

Mr. John L. Ludwig 

Mr. & Mrs. Buford T Lumsden 

Mr. & Mrs. Gary L. Lumsden '77 

Mr. & Mrs. George W. Macon III '65 

Mr. Donn E. Marshall '86 

Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam J. Martin V '83 

Mr. Verbon Mathis 

Mr. & Mrs. Journey Preston Mauldin 

Mr. & Mrs. Joe Scott Maupin '54 

Mr. & Mrs. William B. May, Jr. '75 

Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Kevin McDonald 

Mr. & Mrs. John G. Mcjunkin '84 

Mrs. Virginia B. Mell 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Michalek '48 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel P Miller '86 

Mr.WentzJ. Miller, Jr. '71 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael K. Minter '73 

Mr. Robert G. Mitchell 

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Vaughan 

Monahan '94 
Dr. R. Caner Morris '66 
Dr. & Mrs. Perry D. Mowbray, Jr. '67 
Col. & Mrs. Francis R. Munt '42 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis R. Nance '71 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Nash 
Mr. W. Barrett Nichols '72 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Nilan, Jr. 
Mr. Larry B. Nolen 
Mr. RalphM. O'Hair.Jr. '39 
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin S. O'Rourke '85 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald M. Pace '63 
Mr. & Mrs. George C. Palmer III 
Mr. & Mrs. Roben J. Partin, Sr. '87 
Dr. & Mrs. James E. Payne '66 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Payne III '72 
Dr. & Mrs. John W. Pendleron '68 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Pisano '89 
Dr. & Mrs. Walter C. Plunkett '75 
Mr. & Mrs. Sumner R. Pugh, Jr. '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Raine '59 
Dr. & Mrs. Dudley A. Raine, Jr. '62 



Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Ramsey 

Mr. Robert H. R.amsey '97 

Mr. & Mrs. William Dehart Redd '78 

Mrs. Milton R Reid 

Mr. & Mrs. John E Richards '56 

Mr. Steven M. Riddle '89 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Saunders Roberson, 

Jr. '89 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Roberts '55 
Mr. & Mrs. William Harveycutter 

Robertson '51 
Mrs. Virginia N. Roddy 
Dr. & Mrs. Dbion M. Rollins, Sr. '65 
Dr. & Mrs. Peter Rosanelli, Jr. '58 
Dr. William Rosenberger II '78 
Dr. & Mrs. R. Douglas Ross '81 
The Hon. Donald Henr)' Rumsfeld 
Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. Russell, Jr. 
The Rev. Dr. & Mrs. J. Shepherd 

Russell, Jr. '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Samuel, Jr. '76 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Schmidt, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Christopher Schoen '88 
Mr. & Mrs. Owen L. Schrum III '80 
Mr. W H. Schwarzschild III 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary W.Scott 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter C. Scott '39 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Howard Serrle '50 
Mr. & Mrs. John Banks Sewell III '87 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Sharpe 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Sheppard '84 
Dr. & Mrs. John PhUip Sherrod '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Martin Manker Sherrod '76 
Mr. & Mrs. Nelson Showalter '62 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence B. Shuping, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Siddon 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin W Siersema '57 
Dr. & Mrs. David B. Simmons '85 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott Simms '61 
Mr. & Mrs. William E Snavely '40 
Lt. Col. & Mrs. L. Rucker Snead III '81 
Dr. & Mrs. Stuart M. Solan 
Mr. & Mrs. P Warren Spradey, Jr. '49 
Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Sprouse, Jr. '76 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank D. Stoneburner, Jr. '78 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Scott Street III '65 
Mr. Motte L. Talley '77 
Mr. & Mrs. John E, Tankard, Jr. 
Col. & Mrs. Clayton B. Tasker '41 
Mr. & Mrs. Hubert S. Taylor, Jr. '48 
Mr. & Mrs. John R Taylor, Jr. '88 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel A. Terry, Sr. '86 
Dr. & Mrs. Curtis H. Thomas, Jr. '6 1 
Dr. & Mrs. Harvey K. Thompson 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack H. Towell 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Tredway '62 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence J. Tweel '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis M. Uhrich '71 
Mr. & Mrs. Branch W. Vincent III '83 
Mr. Keidi H. Wadswordi '91 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Wall '78 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry H. Warner, Jr. '84 
Mr. &c Mrs. Michael E. Warner 
Mr. & Mrs. James E Watson 
Dr. & Mrs. Peter R. Watson '79 
Mr. & Mrs. G. Randolph Webb, Jr. '86 




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Randy Williams '96 

The Mark A. Hazelwood '96 Book Fund 

This past year the Black Alumni of Hampden- 
Sydney College established the Hazelwood 
Fund, on annual restricted fund designed to help 
minority or economically disadvantaged students 
buy textbooks. Based on an idea conceived by 
Assistant Dean of Inlercuhural Affairs and Resident 
Life Randy Williams '96, the Mark A. Hazelwood 
Book Fund is named in memory of an alumnus of 
the Class of 1996 who was a two-sport athlete, a 
communicator across many cultures, and the model 
of a true friend 

In March, the Black Alumni agreed to contribute, 
as a group, a minimum of SI 000 each year to 
award two students S500 to help with the often- 
staggering financial burden of buying textbooks 
throughout the year. The response from the Black 
Alumni was resolute: in only a few months the 
fund garnered more than three times the minimum 
requirement. 

In addition to providing opportunities for alumni 
to support current Black students at Hampden- 
Sydney College, members of the Black Alumni 
organization are able la serve as role models far 
students because they are involved in campus 
life, returning for events like the annual Black 
Alumni Mentorsbip Reunion. These efforts provide 
the anchors that retain our Block students, aid in 
maintaining and promoting diversity, and help 
make a Hampden-Sydney education possible for all 
deserving students. 



Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Webb, Jr. '47 

Mr. & Mre. B. Randolph Wellford, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Kendall Whitaker, Jr '67 

Mr. & Mrs. Alan J. White '43 

Mr & Mrs. David H. White, Jr '84 

Dr & Mrs. R. Glen Wiggans 

Mr & Mrs. Fielding L. Williams, Jr 



Mr & Mn. Thomas F. Williams, Jr '62 
Mr & Mrs. Benjamin J. WilMs, Jr '42 
Mr & Mrs. Richard W Wiltshire, 

Jr '68 
Mr & Mrs. E. J. Wolanski 
Mr & Mrs. Taylor G. Woody 
MrFletcherJ.WrightIir57 



Mr. & Mrs. Leighton D. Yates, Jr. '68 
Mr & Mre. Joseph M. Ziglar, Jr '80 




Second Century Club 



Honoring Donors of $225 ■ $449 during 2001-2002 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan J. Adelman 74 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred A. Adkins III '51 
Mr. & Mrs. James T. Alexander 111 76 
Mr. & Mrs. Al^in M. AUen '90 
The Rev-. & Mrs. F. Sidney Anderson, 

Jr. '41 
Mr. & Mrs. W. "Ward Anderson 111 
Mr. & Mrs. Jason S. Angus '97 
Mr. & Mrs. R. David Anthony "77 
Dr. Matthew L. Areford '89 
Mr. & Mr. David A. Arias '84 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Armfield III '67 
Mr. & Mrs. Ira L. Armstrong III '77 
Mr. John 1. Armstrong '35 
Mr. Nathaniel D. ■'Vrnot, Jr. 
Mr. Norman D. Asher 
Mr. & Mrs. Blake R Auchmoody, Jr. '82 
Mr. & Mrs. Ryland A Babb, Jr. '61 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis P. Bailey. Jr. '43 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Philip Bailey, Jr. '64 
Dr. K. Drew Baker '86 
Mr. Peter Bance 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter C. Bance '74 
Mr. James L Banning '87 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. Barker 
Mr. & Mrs. Lindsay R. Barnes, Jr. '73 
Mr. 'WUUam E. Barr '87 
Mr. John S. Barrow '92 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Batten '62 
Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin H. Beaird '96 
Mr. & Mr. Richard C. Beale 71 
Mr. & iMrs. David T. Beaslev '78 
Mr. Frederick "W' Beck 111 '65 
Mr. Coard Ames Benson '94 
Lt. Col. & Mrs. Edward H. Benson 

Ret. '55 
Mr. John H. Bergeron '64 -Deceased 
Mrs. John H. Bergeron 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Michael Berman 
Mr. Elmer Billman 
Mr. & Mis. Warren L. Birdsong '79 
Mr. "Walter B. Blair 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Blanton 111 '75 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold U. BIythe '64 
Mr. & Mrs. Stayton M. Bonner, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Booth III '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Bortz, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis C. Bosher '77 
Mr. & Mrs. David A. Bowers '70 
Mr. & Mrs. George Steel Bowers, Jr. '63 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard B. Bowles, Jr. '66 
Mr. Otis H. Bradlev". Jr. '63 
Mr. Jonathan P. Bradway '00 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Brailsford '83 
Mr. R. Morgan Bray '9 1 
Dr. & Mrs. Lewis "William Bridgforth '6 1 
Mr. A. Peter Brodell 
Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Brody 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Browder 111 '90 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward F Brown '81 
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy T. Brown '76 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Gamctt Bruce, Jr. '36 
Dr. & Mrs. Alton E. Bryant 111 '85 
Mr. & Mrs. David W. Brv-ant '90 
Mr. & Mrs. William O. Bryant '59 
Mr. & Mrs. George T. Bryson, Jr. '50 



Mr. & Mrs. John D. Burke '80 

Mr. James J. Burns 

Mr. Thomas C. Burroughs '84 

Mr. David C. Burton 

Mr. Michael C. Buseck 

Mr. & Mrs. Jo.seph E. Bush 

Dr. & Mrs. Corydon B. Buder, Jr. '82 

Mr. & Mrs. William T. Buder III '91 

Mr. & Mrs. Garnett Williamson B\Td '90 

Mr. Patrick A. Cairns 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert D. Calcote '79 

Dr. & Mrs. J. Boyd Camak, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Hawes Campbell III '60 

Dr. & Mrs. James T. Campen '68 

Mr. & Mrs. Sergio Capocelli '81 

Mr. David G. Carmichael '96 

Dr. & Mrs. Gerald T. Carney 

Mr. & Mrs. John T. H. Carpenter '79 

Mr. & Mrs. William Ale.\ander 

Carrington '38 
Mr. O. Holmes Caner '58 
Mr. L. Frederick Chapman 111 '66 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Cherry '73 
Mr. & Mrs. Clarence C. Chewning 

111 '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent William Childress 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. Childrey '67 
Mr. & Mrs. Leonard B. Chittum '35 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis L. Church 
Mr. Harrison L. Clark '85 
Dr. & Mis. John G. Claudy '65 
Mr. & Mrs. David 1. Clay '73 
Mr. Howard G. Clay '92 
Dr. & Mrs. David S. Cobbledick '51 
Mr. & Mn. Cabell E Cobbs '46 
Mrs. Charles E. Coe 
Mis. John Collie, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. N. Macon Collier 111 '76 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. Comerford '92 
Mr. Brian Robert Conner '98 
Mr. & Mrs. Dilworth S. Cook, Jr. '54 
Dr. & Mis. Richard E. Coons '61 
Mr. Christopher D. Cooper '93 
Mr. & Mis. Richard S. Copeland '58 
Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Copes '77 
Mr. & Mis. H. Oris Cople)' '49 
Mr. & Mrs. David L. Costenbader '63 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederic H. Cox, Jr. 
Mr. & Mis. Wdliam C. Cozart '84 
Mr. & Mrs. Claiborne W. Craddock 

ir84 
Dr. & Mis. George F Craft 11 '83 
Mr. & Mrs. David C. Crawford III '71 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Crenshaw '82 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael T. Crone '64 
Mr. Michael K. Crookshank '74 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Crowder III '74 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Crowder '78 
Mr. & Mis. WiUiam T. Culpepper 111 '68 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Madison Cummings, 

Jr. '65 
Dr. & Mrs. John T. Curnes '74 
Dr. Thomas L. Currie. Jr. '65 
Mr. & Mrs. Steven A. Curtis '77 
Mr. & Mis. Jon M. Daly '78 
Mrs. Katherine L. Daly 



Mr. Gerald Thomas Dammeyer 

Mr. M. J. Dance, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Dabney M. Daniel '78 

Dr. & Mrs. Jerome M. Daniel 

Dr. & Mrs. Michael O. Daniels 

Mr. & Mrs. Beverly M. Davis '88 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Ke'idi Davis '92 

Mr. & Mrs. George Dawson 

Mr. & Mrs. Vernon D. Dawson, Sr. '53 

Dr. Alan Scott Day '66 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael R DeBender '97 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Forrester DeBuys 111 '88 

The Hon. John E. DeHardii '45 

Mr. & Mrs. WiUard E. Dent 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank P. Dickinson '68 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Dickinson 

111 '92 
Mr. & Mrs. James K. Dille, Jr. '77 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Doucette 
Mr. John D. Dove Iir91 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Pendleton DuPuis '85 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard K. Dunn '90 
Mr. & Mrs. F Colin Durham, Jr. '89 
Mr. W. Robert Eason, Jr. '67 
Mr. & Mrs. James B. Edge, Jr. '67 
Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards 
Dr. & Mrs. William M. Edwards '65 
Mr. David Grier Egerton '97 
Mrs. Doris I. Egerton 
The Rev. Dr. & Mrs. Addison Dunlap 

Ellison, Jr. '43 
Mr. & Mrs. Roben L. Ennis '51 
Mr. John Kindle)' Evans '98 
Mr. Mark Hodges Evans '98 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas D. Evans '89 
Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Lawrence 

Fallen '94 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Farmer '75 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. Farthing '81 
Dr. & Mrs. William H. Fardiing, Jr. '85 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank L. Faust '70 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Wdliam FerreU IV '91 
Mr. & Mrs. Lowery D. Finley III '63 
Lt. & Mrs. Dean Lloyd Firing '86 
Mr. & Mrs. Wdliam C. Fitzgerald '53 
Mr. & Mrs. David H. Fletcher '81 
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory M. Fogle, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Cabell Fooshe '92 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Cabell Ford, Jr. '53 
Mr. & Mrs. Mervin A. Frantz, Jr. '63 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Frantz 
Mr. & Mrs. James Gordon Frazer '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Mark M. Freestate '75 
Mr. Robert S. Frick III '97 
Mr. J. S. Fulton, Jr. 
Ms. Robin H. Gabriel 
Mr. Forrest L. Gager, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam D. Gallalee '49 
Mr. Henry H. Galusha, Jr. '45 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Garber 
Mrs. Allen H. Garland, Sr. 
Mr. Todd B. Garliss, Jr. 
Mr. William C. Garrert, Jr. '74 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Georghiou 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. GeilofF'82 
Ms. Marcia M. Oilman 



Dr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Gilmer, Jr. '48 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert W. Given '84 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack A. Glascock '49 
Mr. & Mrs. Aithui H. Glaser '68 
Mr. & Mrs. William N. Glasgow '94 
Mr. Richard S. Godsey '85 
Dr. & Mrs. Harvey W. Goode, Jr. '45 
Dr. & Mrs. Julius Temple Goodman '50 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank Goodpasture 111 
Rev. Dr. & Mrs. James H. Giant, Jr. '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry S. Greene, Jr. '77 
Mr. Robert Tyiec Greene, Jr. '83 
Mr. John Pendleton Grove IV '98 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl David Grubbs, Jr. '91 
Mr. & Mrs. James B. GuHey, Jr. '82 
Mr. & Mrs. James B. Gurley, Sr. 
Dr. & Mrs. H. Nelson Gusrin III '74 
Dr. & Mrs. C. Earl Guthrow, Jr. '63 
Captain & Mrs. Alton Larue Gwalmey 

HI '90 
Dr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Hagan 111 '76 
Mr. & Mrs. LeRoy Y. Haile, Jr. '50 
Mr. & Mrs. John R. P Hamilton '61 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Hamlett, Sr. '72 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Neil Hammerstrom 
Mrs. Demetria V. Hanna 
Mr. Troy M. Hanna '92 
Dr. & Mrs. A. Lawson Hardie, Jr. '41 
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent D. Hardy '71 
Mr. Edward S. Harlow, Jr. '58 
Mr. & Mrs. John R Harlow, Jr. '42 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott Harris '73 
Mr. James L. Hatcher, Jr. '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Homer R Hatten '40 
Mr. & Mrs. Leon W. Hawker, Sr. '60 
The Hon. & Mrs. William R Hay, Jr. '42 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Anderson 

Hazlegrove III '94 
Mr. & Mrs. Phillip M. Heflin, Jr. '87 
Dr. & Mrs. Ronald L. Heinemann 
Dr. A. Clayborn Hendricks '71 
Mr. & Mrs. Wdliam R. Hess '59 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Frederick Hicks '76 
Dr. & Mrs. Lawrence E. Hightower '68 
Mr. & Mrs. Anchew G. Hoffman '71 
Mr. & Mrs. William Jephtha Hogan, 

Jr. 71 
Mr. Richard D. Holcomb '76 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Keidi Hope '87 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Hopewell '89 
Mr. & Mrs. Jesse R. Hopkins '43 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Horsley, Jr. '42 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert B. Houska '84 
Mr. & Mrs. James S. Howell '83 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel S. Hoyle 
Dr. & Mrs. Maury A. Hubbard, Jr. '58 
Mr. & Mrs. Leigh R Huff, Jr. '80 
Mr. & Mrs. Neil D. Huffinan '82 
Mi. & Mis. WiUoughby S. Hundley, 

Jr. '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Hunt 111 '88 
Mr. & Mrs. George R. Irminger '52 
Mr. William Pinckney Irwin V '94 
Mr. Danny W Jackson 
The Hon. & Mrs. Thomas M. Jackson, 

Jr. '79 




Hampden- Sydney College 



i 



Mr. & Mrs. Wilbert T. James HI'S 1 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Jamison 

Dr. Allyn G. Janney '42 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry M. Jarvis '44 

Dr. & Mrs. E. Forrest Jessee, Jr. '7 1 

Mr. & Mrs. Royston Jester IV '69 

Mr. & Mrs. Brian P. Jeter '84 

Dr. & Mrs. A. Emerson Johnson III '52 

Dr. & Mrs. H. Philip Johnson III '73 

Mr. & Mrs. Hal Stuart Johnson '63 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Johnson '78 

Mr. & Mrs. Sage Brannon Johnson '92 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas T. Johnson '73 

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne K. Johnson, Jr. 

Dr. William T. Johnson '52 -Deceased 

Mrs. William T. Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Alan Johnston '76 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Benjamin Jones, Jr. '61 

Mr. & Mrs. James M. Jones, Jr. '45 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Jones 

Mrs. Shirley Jones 

Mr. & Mrs. T. Douglass Jones III '74 

Mr. & Mrs. William Andrew Karo '81 

Mr. & Mrs. Christian C. Kautz-Scanavy 

Mr. & Mrs. W Richard Kay, Jr. '71 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Edwin Keefer III '75 

Mr. Ralph D. Keighdey Jr. '45 

Mr. & Mrs. Harold B. Kellam, Jr. '67 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul B. Keiley '96 

Mr. & Mrs. Clyde B. Kelly '85 

Mr. Christopher Ryan Keyser '98 

Mr. L. Wilson Kidd, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Kight, Jr. '66 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Kendall KiUgore '87 

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas M. King '86 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry R. King III '72 

Mr & Mrs. Patrick H. Kirchmier '87 

Mr. & Mrs. Jon K. Kjos '93 

Mr. & Mrs. Roy F. Knight 

Mr. & Mrs. Allie B. Kreger III '76 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Kreienbaum 

III '89 
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy L. Krouse 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Lambert '45 
Mr. & Mrs. WJliam R, Landredi '78 
Mr. & Mrs. David B. Larison 
Mr & Mrs. Jerome E. Laux '80 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. Lawrence '64 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Layton '90 
Mr. Clark L. LeBlanc '89 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul H. LeBowitz 
The Hon. & Mrs. Joseph A. Leafe '58 
Mr. Peter A. Leggett, Jr. '95 
Mr. Geoffrey J. Lewis '85 
Lt. Col. & Mrs. John E Lewis, Jr. '41 
Mr. Lynwood W. Lewis, Jr. '84 
The Rt. Rev. & Mrs. A. Headi Light '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Eric J. Lindberg, Jr '93 
Mr. Woodrow P. Lipscomb 
Mr. & Mrs. Clark W. Litde '80 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Stanley Livesay. Jr. '48 
Mr. Ray E. Lockard "95 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward H. Loud, Jr. '55 
Dr. Anne C. Limd 
Mr. Michael E MacLeod 
Mr. Gordon Lee Mallonee, Jr. '71 



Mr. & Mrs. William E. Mansfield III '92 
Mr. & Mrs. George Patterson Manson, 

Jr. -75 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Manson, Jn '65 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E Martin '84 
Mr. & Mrs. Terence N. Martin 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Mason '40 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Kemp Mathews, Jr. '69 
Mr. & Mrs. Roderick B. Mathews '63 
The Rt. Rev. & Mrs. Frank Clayton 

Matthews '70 
Mr. William R. Mauck, Jr. 
The Rev. Dr. Edgar C. Mayse '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Walsh McCabe, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. McCants 
Mr. & Mrs. Denis J. McCardiy '83 
Mr. Dana McDaniel 
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew E K. McDaniel '96 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter H. McEachern '72 
Mr. & Mrs. Hobson C. McGehee, Jr. '52 
Mr. William M. Mcllwaine '50 
Mr. & Mrs. George A. McLean, Jr. '71 
Mr. Robert P McLean '51 
Mr. Shawn L. McMahon '97 
Mr. Silas C. McMeekin III '90 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. McMillan, Sr. 
Mr & Mrs. James C. Melvin '58 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Merrill '70 
Mr. Charles A. Meyer, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl B. Mica '93 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Michael '70 
Mr. Albert H. Michaels, Jr. 
Mr. Robert Matthew Miles '94 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Miller 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Frederick Mitchell '63 
Mr. Kevin R. Mitchell '86 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Mitchell, Jr. '40 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Monroe 
Mrs. Karen P. Montgomery 
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent M. Montsinger 

III '65 
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest E. Moore, Jr. '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael E. Moore '89 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert E Moore '43 
Mr. & Mrs. George L. Morelock 
Mr. Gerald Morgan, Jr 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph K. Morgan '82 
Mr. & Mrs. B. Christopher Moring 

III '73 
Mr. Devereux Parker Moring, Jr. '00 
Mr. Donald C. Morris, Jr. '51 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Winston Morris, Jr. '86 
Mr. & Mrs. John Harris Morrison, Jr. 
Cmdr. & Mrs. Frank M. Morton, Jr. '36 
Mr. R Dennis Morton '57 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Christopher Nafczger '89 
Mr. & Mrs. David S. Naismidi '92 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. Nance '71 
Maj. Gen. & Mrs. Gordon C. Nash '71 
Mr. & Mrs. S. A. Britton Neal '88 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Randolph Nexsen '80 
Mr. & Mrs. William W. Nexsen 74 
Mr & Mrs. Barry Q. Nichols '92 
Mr. Joseph Herman Nicholson 
Mr. A. Alan Nolan '84 
Dr. William R. Nottingham, Jr. '67 



Mr. Warren E. Nowlin 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel V. P O'Connor '72 
Mr & Mrs. Edward V. O'Hanlan 78 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Oast III 
Dr. & Mrs. Vincent H. Ober, Jr '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore G. Offterdinger 

'41 
Mr. Charles E. Offutt 
Dr. & Mrs. Benjamin R. Ogburn '52 
Dr. & Mrs. W. Levi Old, Jr. '46 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W Osgood '78 
Mr. & Mrs. Warren M. Pace, Jr. '69 
Mr & Mrs. Kenneth G. Pankey, Jn '85 
Mr. Jeffrey C. Paris '92 
Mr & Mrs. Gordon E. Parker, Jr. '89 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. Patrick '97 
Mrs. James D. Patton III 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. Paulette '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip E. Paulette '84 
Mr. & Mrs. W. David Paxton '76 
Mr. & Mrs. N. Douglas Payne, Jr. '94 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Peabody, Jr 
The Hon. & Mrs. Paul M. Peatross, 

Jr. '68 
Ms. Harriet C. Pembroke 
Dr. &: Mrs. Leonard V. Perrone 
Mr & Mrs. Howard M. Persinger, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Charles H. Peterson, Jr. '52 
Mr. Henry B. Peterson 
Mr. & Mrs. Bradford S. Pfeifer '83 
Mr Philip H. Pleasants 
Dr. & Mrs. Vance J. Plumb '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank D. Pollard '37 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry E. Pollock III 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Lear Ponton '5 1 
Dr. & Mrs. James F. Pontuso 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey J. Poole '74 
Mr. WendeU B. Porterfield, Jr. '70 
Mr Christopher W. Powell '89 
Mr Samuel S. Proctor '88 
Mr & Mrs. Charles W Pryor III '89 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Pue 
Mr John S. Pumphrey '99 
Mr & Mrs. Terry L. Purvis 
Mr & Mrs. Alfred Quenneville 
Dr. & Mrs. Harry A. Raddin, Jr '69 
Dr & Mrs. Robert H. Ramey Jr. '51 
Mr John David Ramsey 
Mr & Mrs. Phineas M. Randall IV '50 
Mr & Mrs. Warren C. Redfern '67 
Mr & Mrs. John J. Regan '93 
Mr & Mrs. John M. Reid '67 
Mrs. Marie Eason Reveley-Harris 
Mr & Mrs. James H. Rhodes '69 
Dr & Mrs. George S. Richardson '52 
Mr & Mrs. Eugene T Rilce, Jr. '51 
Mr & Mrs. Randy Riley 
Mr & Mrs. C. Theodore Ripberger, 

Jr. '32 
Dr & Mrs. Frank M. Ripberger '38 
Mr. Malcohn E. Ritsch, Jr 
Mr & Mrs. W. Cabell Rives III '55 
Mr MarkJ. Robertson '93 
Mr David Dean Robinson-Slemp '92 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Romm, Jr '63 
Mr. Judson V. Root '03 



Mr. Douglas E Rucker, Jr '68 

Mr. & Mrs. D. Lindsay Russell '82 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Sadler, Jr. '56 

Dr & Mrs. William G. Sale III '62 

Mr & Mrs. Walter D. Samans 

Mr & Mrs. S. Rowell Sargeant, Jr. '69 

Mr & Mrs. Conrad E Sauer IV '72 

The Hon. & Mrs. Amos C. Saunders '55 

Dr & Mrs. Wade H, Saunders III '63 

Mr Edward M. Schaaf, Jr 

Mr. & Mrs. Brent J. Schneider '96 

Mr Richard H. Schofield '87 

Mr & Mrs. Thomas R. Schroeder '91 

Mr & Mrs. David C. Schuldieis '74 

Dr & Mrs. Robert G. Schultz '41 

Mr & Mrs. John S. Scott, Jr '51 

Dr & Mrs. Marvin W. Scott '59 

Mr R. Brooks Scurry III '92 

Mr & Mrs. Everette Meade Seay FV '94 

Mr & Mrs. I.annis N. Selz '76 

Dr & Mrs. John D. Semones '64 

Mrs. Sharon M. Sercombe 

Mr & Mrs. Richard B. Sessoms '56 

Mr & Mrs. Joseph E. Settle III '71 

Mr WiUiam E Seymour IV '79 

Mr & Mrs. C. Daniel Shelburne '36 

Mr Andrew P. Sherrod '96 

Mr & Mrs. Ronald C. Shiflett, Jr. '74 

Mr & Mrs. Samuel S. Shiplett '68 

Dr James Y. Simms, Jr. 

Mr & Mrs. David H. Smith II '61 

Mr Garnett F. Smith '60 

Dr Gladstone E. Smith, Jr '52 

Mr & Mrs. Harvard B. Smidi '87 

Dr & Mrs. James H. Smith '56 

Mr & Mrs. Michael A. Smith '77 

Mr & Mrs. Paul English Smith '78 

Mr. Walter O. Smidi III '63 

Mr & Mrs. Robert E. Snidow '81 

The Hon. & Mrs. Denis E Soden '68 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Warner 

Sommardahl, Jr '91 
Dr & Mrs. Jonas B. Spiegel 
Mr. E T Stant III 
Mr. Richard C. L. Starke '76 
Mr & Mrs. Jeffrey M. Stedftst '83 
Mr. & Mrs. Alan D. Stein '60 
Dr & Mrs. Sherrill W Stockton, Jr. '63 
Dr & Mrs. I. Keith Stone '71 
Mr & Mrs. John Carter Stone '94 
Mr & Mrs. John A. Stough, Jr 78 
Mr & Mrs. Troy A. Street 
Mr & Mrs. Peter B. Strickland '85 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. Stringfellow, 

Jr. '70 
Mrs. Carroll Wilson Suggs 
Dr Joanne C. Suggs 
Mr. Ryan Matthew Summers '98 
Mr & Mrs. Richard S. Sutton '78 
Mr & Mrs. James A. Sydnor '47 
The Hon. & Mrs. William A. TalJey, 

Jr. '66 
Mr Shing Yue Tang '00 
Dr & Mrs. Frank E. Taylor '43 
Mr & Mrs. James C. Taylor III '82 
Mr Bradley B. Teague '92 



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Mr, & Mr. Joseph M. Teefey, Jr. '88 

Dr. & Mrs. R. Dean Tester "54 

Mr. Peter C. Teuten 

Mr. James E. Thatcher '99 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Christopher Thomas '71 

Mr. James L. Thompson '74 

Mr. & Mrs. Roy S. Thompson. Jr. 

Mr. John B. Thornton, Jr. '71 

Lt. Col. & Mrs. Michael D. Tiller '69 

Mr. & Mrs. John S. Tinsley '77 

Dr. & Mrs. Charles C. Travis, Jr. "46 

Mr. & Mrs. Raleigh A. Trovillion '85 

Mr. & iVlrs. Randolph E. Trow, Jr. '64 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Morris Turner, Jr. '77 

Mr. & Mrs. M. Noel Turner 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Gray Turtle, Jr. '76 

Mr.WiUiamL. Usnik,Jr. '85 



Dr. Thomas Valente 

Dr. & Mrs. Mark Edward Van 

Wormer '76 
Dr. & Mrs. John H. Vansant '50 
The Rev. & Mrs. Robert C. Vaughan, 

Jr. '40 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Benjamin Vincent. 

Sr. '54 
Mr. & Mrs. Finley M. Waddell II '69 
Mr. RobcrtJ.Waddeil.Jr. '93 
Dr. & Mrs. Marcellus E. Waddill '52 
Mr. & Mrs. George Robert Waldrop 

1\''87 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald M. Walker '69 
Mr. & Mis. Joseph L. WalLice, Jr. '54 
Dr. & Mrs. K. K. Wallace, Jr. '54 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald R. Walsh ill '93 



Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Ware "81 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Waring 111 '61 
Colonel & Mrs. A. S. Warinner '54 
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin D. Warinner '49 
Mr. & Mrs. Har\'ey L. Warnick, Jr. '86 
Ms. Margaret Watkins 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Wart III '68 
Mr. & Mrs. T. Ashbv Watts III '57 
Mr. & Mrs. T Ashby Watts IV '87 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Wells '58 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Wertz '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Matthew B. Whitaker '92 
Mr.J. Bennett White '01 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Tyler Whidey '59 
Mr. & Mrs. Keith S. Whyte '92 
Mr. & Mrs. Stuart R Wil'bourne '83 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. Wiley II '57 



Dr. & Mrs. William T. Wilkins 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Nelson Williams 

Mr. & Mrs. Randolph Williams, Jr. '96 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Williams, Jr. '61 

The Hon. & Mrs. Larry D. Willis '79 

Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy G. Wilson 

Dr. & Mrs. William Lockett Wilson '49 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Wilt III '88 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Wimer '65 

Mrs. Ruth Windsor-Mann 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Suelett Woodall '67 

Mr. Berkeley W.Young '85 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter H. Young III '74 

Mr. John M. Zell '92 

Mr. Douglas E Zier '77 





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Alumni Donors 2001-2002 



i 



Class of 1925 

Dr. Harry H. Bryan -Deceased 
Mr. Howard D. MacPherson 

Class of 1927 

Dr. Graves Haydon Thompson 

Class of 1929 

Dr. William C. Finch 

Class of 1930 

The Hon. John P. HiU 

Class of 1931 

Mr. J. Holmes Thomas 

Class of 1932 

Dr. Edwin Lawrence Kendig, Jr. 
Mr. C. Theodore Ripberger, Jr. 

Class of 1933 

1 6.2% of the doss tootiiboted S2,980.00 

Dr. Albert R. Gillespie 

Dr. John L. Guerrant 

Dr. Gabel G. Himmelwright, Jr. 

Mr. John A. Hopkins 

Mr. Joseph L. Hudson 

Dr. Alfred H. Smart 

The Rev. Milton C. Wilkerson 

Class of 1934 

32.1% ol llie doss cooliibuted $505,350.00 
Mr. Peter G. Cosby III 
Dr. W. Franklin FallweU 

-Deceased 
Mr. James D. Finley II 
Mr. James J. Marshall, Jr. 
Dr. Richard A. Michaux 
Mr. Harold W.Smidi 

-Deceased 
Dr. James Miller Smith, Jr. 
Dr. Francis R. Whitehouse 
Dr. John Bell Woodworth 

Class of 1935 

1 5% of Die doss conliibuled $2,575.00 

Mr. John I. Armstrong 

Mr. John Cameron Beckwith 

Mr. R. Lee Chambliss, Jr. 

Mr. Leonard B. Chittum 

Dr. William McK.JefFeries 

Mr. Andrew K. Leake II 

Mr. A. Trigg Sanders -Deceased 

Mr. James G. Watson 

Class of 1936 

38.7!l of Itie doss conliibuted $42,740.00 
Mr. Lester E. Andrews, Sr. 
Mr. Stuart H. Barrell 
Mr. Robert M. Boyd, Jr. 
Dr. J. Garnect Bruce, Jr. 
The Rev. Day Carper 
Mr. Walter C. Crawley 
Mr. J. Tucker Doyne, Jr. 



Mr.JohnW Eure,Jr. 
Mr. B. Noel FallweU 
Mr. William S. Formwalt 
Mr. Preston B. Hundley 
Mr. Winston E Lewis, Jr. 
The Hon. D. Carleton Mayes 
Cmdr. Frank M. Morton, Jr. 
Mr. Henry C. Reed 
Mr. George Richardson III 
Mr. O. Lewis Roach, Jr. 

-Deceased 
Mr. C. Daniel Shelburne 

Class of 1937 

24.1% of itie doss contnbutcd $53,829.41 
Mr. C. Howard Bliss 
The Rev Dr. Marvin K. 

Compher 
Mr. James Gilliam Conrad 
Mr. Alexander B. Dickinson 
Mr. Thomas D. Eason, Jr. 
Dr. John H.Hall, Jr. 
Dr. William Russell Jones, Jr. 
Dr. Robert H. Loving 
Dr. Lloyd F. Moss, Sr. 
Mr. Frank D. Pollard 
Dr. James W Simmons 
Mr. Clifton L. Snidow, Jr. 
Mr. S. Bruce Spencer 
The Hon. W. Carrington 

Thompson 

Class of 1938 

26.3% of file doss contiibotcd $68,093.48 
Mr. Eugene Craighead 

Caldwell, Jr. 
Mr. William Alexander 

Carrington 
Dr. Russell E. Fox 
Dr. David L. Greenlees 
Dr. William Thomas HaU 
Mr. J. Harrison Hancock 
Mr. Robert G. Harper III 
Mr. Frank T. Hyde 
Mr. Prentiss D. Johnston, Jr. 
Mr. John B. Long, Sr. 
Mr. Wmston O. Noel 
Mr. Robert M. Richardson 
Dr. Frank M. Ripberger 
Mr. Samuel Oliver RufF 
Mr. Meredith E. Watson 

-Deceased 

Class of 1939 

24.5% of Itie doss conliibuted $5,569.91 

Mr. James M. Blanton, Jr. 

Mr. Lewis D. Evans 

The Rev Arthur M. Field, Jr. 

Mr. John H. GilUam, Jr. 

Mr. William Henry Hubbard 

Mr. A. Anson Jamison 

Mr. S. M. Janney, Jr. -Deceased 

Mr. Joseph P. Lawson 

The Rev Carlyle A. McDonald 

Mr. RalphM. 0'Hair,Jr. 

Mr. Walter C. Scott 



Mr. T Randolph Sherman 

Class of 1940 

39.1% of Ibe doss tonnibuted $18,1 48.96 

Dr. Robert E Barrell 

The Rev William H. Boyd 

Mr. Lester L. Dillard 

Mr. W. Robert Eason, Sr. 

Mr. William H. Flannagan. Sr. 

Dr. John Caldwell Foushee 

Dr. John B. Fuller 

The Rev. James B. Garrert 

Dr. Richard M. German, Jr. 

Mr. Leigh B. Hanes, Jr. 

Mr. Homer P. Hatten 

Mr. Benjamin Franklin Hurt 

Mr. Gary A. Hutter 

Mr. Hunter M. Leach 

Mr. Thomas B. Mason 

Dr. Robert E. Mitchell, Jr. 

Mr. Charles D. Nottingham 

Dr. J. Davison Phihps 

Dr. Hoskins M. Sclater 

Mr. Wilham P. Suavely 

The Rev. Millard Gray 

Stimpson 
Mr. Herbert R. Stokes -Deceased 
Dr. Ralph Morton Stokes, Jr. 
Dr. Robert P. Trice 
The Rev. Robert C. Vaughan, Jr. 
The Rev Dr. WiUiam G. 

Walker -Deceased 
Dr. William B. White 

Class of 1941 

31 .2% of Ibe doss conliibuted $1 5,31 0.00 
The Rev. F. Sidney Anderson, Jr. 
Dr. James Luckin Bugg, Jr. 
Mr. Frank C. Chaffin, Jr. 
Dr. Frederick T Edmunds 

-Deceased 
Mr. Joseph B. Geyer 
Mr. WiUiam C. Gibson, Jr. 
Mr. Henry C. Green 
Dr. A. Lawson Hardie, Jr. 
Dr. Matthew L. Lacy II 
Lt. Col. John F. Lewis, Jr. 
Dr. Ray Atkinson Moore, Jr. 
Mr. Theodore G. Offterdinger 
Mr. Clarence T Orgain 
Mr. Thomas C. Ruff 
Dr. Robert G. Schultz 
Mr. Francis A. Shelton 
Col. Clayton B. Tasker 
Mr. Emery C. Wiikerson 
Dr. Edwin S. Wysor 

Class of 1942 

42.5% of Ibe doss conliibuled $55,745.00 
Col. Charles H. Beale, Jr. 
Mr. Patrick H. Boodi, Jr. 
Dr. A. C. Buchanan, Jr. 

-Deceased 
Dr. Walter H. Cobbs, Jr. 
Dr. James E. Cousar III 
Dr. J. WiUiam Dixon, Jr. 



Mr. J. Marshall Doswell, Jr. 
Dr. W Keidi Eubank 
Mr. George H. Fulton, Jr. 
Mr. James B. Gregory 
Mr. Kossen Gregory 
Mr. John P. Harlow, Jr. 
The Hon. WUUam P Hay, Jr. 
The Rev. George R. Holden 
Dr. Thomas M. Horsley, Jr. 
Dr. AUyn G. Janney 
Dr. Edgar F. Jessee 
Dr. Lewis D. Johnston, Jr. 
Mr. Quellen M. Keith 
Mr. William B. Lyle 
Mr. Samuel W. McGann, Jr. 
Col. Francis R. Munt 
Dr. WUliam G. Painter, Jr. 
Mr. Henry Shepherd V 
Col. Gary A. Thompson, Jr. 
Dr. Edwin B. Vaden 
Dr. Douglas Venable 
The Rev. Ira B. Watson, Jt. 
Mr. William A. Webb 
Mr. Lewis M. White 
Mr. Benjamin J. WiUis, Jr. 
Mr. Gordon C. WiUis 
Mr. John N. Wilson, Jr. 
Dr. James M. Wolcott, Jr. 

Class of 1943 

37.1% of Itie dnss contributed $1 74,079.53 
Dr. Horace Adams, Jr. 
Dr. Louis E. Alexander 
Mr. Francis P. Bailey, Jr. 
Dr. John B. Cadett 
The Rev. Thomas C. Clay 
Dr. Joseph W.Coxe III 
Dr. Austin I. Dodson, Jr. 
The Rev. Dr. Addison Dunlap 

EUison, Jr. 
Mr. EUas Etheridge, Jr. 
Mr. WiUiam C. Garrett, Sr. 
Mr. WiUiam B. Graham 
Mr. Jesse R. Hopkins 
Dr. Samuel S. Jones 
Mr. Thomas G. Lane, Jr. 
Dr. Charles E. LleweUyn, Jr. 

-Deceased 
Dr. H. Carl Messerschmidt, Jr. 
Dr. Robert E Moore 
Dr. Roderick A. Mundy 
Mr. Carter Noble 
Mr. James G. Peden 
Mr. Francis Y. Savage 
Dr. John H. Shaw 
Dr. Frank E. Taylor 
Mr. John H. Thompson III 
Dr. Sidney J. Venable, Jr. 
Mr. Alan J. White 
Mr. Edward W Wolcott 

-Deceased 

Class of 1944 

36.1% of Itie doss contributed $9,1 75.00 

Mr. Waldo H. Beck 

Mr. Henry W. Brockenbrough 



Mr. Robert Custis Coleburn 

Mr. John H. Cross 

Dr. WiUiam W HaUigan, Jr. 

Dr. John Q. Hatten 

Mr. James T. Hopkins, Jr. 

-Deceased 
Mr. Henry M. Jarvis 
Mr. Richard H. Manson, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas J. Nichols III 
Mr. Loren L. Parker, Jr. 
Mr. Charles S. Reeves 
MnJohnA. L. Ruff 
Mr. Walter D. Shields 
Dr. E. Randolph Trice 
Mr. Arthur G. Turner 
Mr. Frederick W Young, Jr. 

Class of 1945 

50.7% of tlie doss cootributed $1 9,560.00 
Dr. Wilbur E Amonette III 
Mr. Tucker G. Bedinger 
The Rev Dr. Robert Bluford, Jr. 
Mr. Lewis E. H. Brandon 
Dr. Gene E. ClapsadcUe 
Mr. Stanley G. CUne III 
Dr. C. Barrie Cook 
Lt. Col. D. R. Copeland 
Mr. T Frank Crowder 
Dr. Oscar B. Darden, Jr. 
The Hon. John E. DeHardit 
Dr. Lonnie B. Dickens, Jr. 
Mr. Harley C. Easter 
Mr. Thomas J. Fulcher, Jr. 
Mr. Henry H. Galusha, Jr. 
The Hon. Ernest P. Gates, Sr. 
Mr. C. Hobson Goddin 
Dr. Harvey W. Goode, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas O. HaU, Jr. 
Mr. WiUiam L. Harvie 
The Rev. George G. Henley 
Mr. James M. Jones, Jr. 
Mr. Ralph D. Keighdey, Jr. 
Mr. John Laing -Deceased 
Mr. WiUiam B. Lambert 
Mr. Gary L. Meredith, Jr. 
Dr. John A. Moore 
The Rev. Dr. JosephL. Nelson, Jr. 
Dr. John A. Owen, Jr. 
Dr. Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. 
Mr. Warren E. Sandidge 
Mr. George R. C. Stuart 
Mr. Robert EWinfield, Jr. 

Class of 1946 

33.3% of Ibe doss contributed $8,716.00 

Mr. John G. Armistead 

Mr. Strarford W Butterworth, Sr. 

Mr. G. Philip Cheatham 

Mr. CabeU E Cobbs 

Dr. WiUiam S. Coxe 

Dr. Junius E. Crowgey 

Dr. Francis G. Griffin 

Mr. C. Randolph Hudgins, Jr. 

Mr. Francis P. Jones 

Mr. Charles W. Merriam, Jr. 

Mr. Robert G. Moore 



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Dr. \V. Levi Old, Jr. 
Mr. AUen C.Phillips 
Mr. Ronald C. Shiflect 
Dr. Charles C. Travis, Jr. 
Dr. Hugh Orian Wrenn 

Class of 1947 

2?": of ite doss conltiliuted S6,440.03 

Dr. John D. Beall 

Mr. C. Bruce Chandler 

Mr. William N. Gilmer 

Dr. O. W. Lacy 

Mr. J. CuUen C. Leigh 

Mr. James A. Sydnor 

Dr. John L. Thornton III 

Mr. J. Ernest Warinner 111 

Dr. Robert B.Webb, Jr. 

Class of 1948 

67.5-0 of the doss tonlAoied SI 5,1 30.20 
Mr. William E. Atkinson 
Dr. Frank S. Blanton, Jr. 
Mr. Mar\'in C. Bowling, Jr. 
The Rev. Thomas W. Fole\' 
Mr. Donald Lee Garlock 
Dr. Thomas E. Gilmer, Jr, 
Mr. Harr)' V. Haga, Jr. 
Dr. James A. Higgs, Jr. 
Mr. Robert C. Jones 
Mr. George J. Kostel 
The Re%'. Lewis H. 

Lancaster, Jr. 
Mr. J. StatJei.' Livesay, Jr. 
Mr. John H. Michalek 
Dr. Thomas R Ovenon 
Mr. Roy C. Rhodes 
Mr. C. Wilson Rives 
Mr. Charles H. Rolston 
Dr. Shelton Hardawav 

Short III 
Dr. Peter W. Squire 
The Re%-. Dr. Charles C. 

Tallej- 
Mr. Benjamin L. Taylor, Jr. 
Mr. Hubert S. Taylor, Jr. 
Mr. P. Edmond Virgjli 
Mr. William E Watkins, Jr. 
Mr. George Wright III 

Class of 1949 

60.4-:: of te doss tontiifjuted $48,345.96 
Mr. Wesley G. Andrews, Jr. 
Mr. William N. Balas 
CoL William T 

Bondurant, Jr. 
Dr. Francis J. Brooke III 
Mr. Carl N. Cimino 
Mr. H. Otis Copley 
The Re^'. John R. Dail 
Mr. William D. Gallalee 
Dr. Fred T. Given, Jr. 
Mr. Jack A. Glascock 
Mr. William P. Groseclose 
Mr. John E. Hansbarger 
Mr. Richard N. Harris 



The Rev. Everett A. 

Hellmuih, Jr. 
Mr. H. William Hoffinan 
Mr. John A. Hudson, Jr. 
Mr. Richard D. Hudson 
The Rev. Dr. John 

Montgomen,' Irvine, Jr. 
Mr. Frank Davis Luck III 

'Deceased 
Dr. Winfield Massie 
Mr. Ardiur H. Michel 
Mr. Claude W. Milam 
Mr. Grant C. Sipp 
Mr. P. Warren Sptadey, Jr. 
Dr. W. Graham Stephens 
The Rev. Arthur H. 

Stevens. Jr. 
Mr. Charles C. Vaden 
Mr. Edwin D. Warinner 
Dr. William Lockett Wilson 

Class of 1950 

4 i .1 ', oi tfie doss conrtuted $23,095.00 

Mr. Earl T. Agee 

Mr. Richard J. Bardett 

- Deceased 
Mr. Richard J. Basto 
Mr. H. Peirce Brawner, Jr. 
Mr. Harry T. Bridges 
Mr. George T Br\'son, Jr, 
Mr. Douglas G. 

Chapman, Jr. 
Dr. R. Cecil Chapman 
Dr. Jack W. Chevalier 
Mr. Donald F. Clarke 
Mr. John W. Cowherd III 
The Rev. Russell R. Davis 
Dr. Samuel A. Elder 
Mr. Joseph Davis Elmore 
Mr. Frank L. Field, Jr. 
Mr. Leivis B. Goode, Jr. 

•- Deceased 
Dr. Julius Temple Goodman 
Dr. T. Winston Gouldin 
Mr. LeRoyY. Haile,Jr. 
The Rev. Langston 
Randolph Harrison 
The Rev. Dr. CoUier S. 

Harvey, Jr. 
Mr. John W.Howard, Jr. 
Mr. R, George Hubbard 
Mr. Robert E. Johnson 
Mr. Harry C. Lonergan, Jr. 
Dr. Russell C. MacDonald 
Dr. William W. Martin, Jr. 
Mr. Samuel D. May, Jr. 
Mr. William M. McUwaine 
Dr. William D. McLean 
Mr. Billie M. MUlner 
Mr. Randolph M. Owen 
Dr. ClaudiusH.Pritchard.Jr 
Dr. John M. Quarles 
Mr. Phineas M. Randall IV 
Mr. Thomas C. Rennie, Sr 
Mr. Wade H. Ridgway 
Mr J. Howard Setde 



Mr. William H. Shirey 
Mr Fred L. Silbernagel, Jr. 
The Rev. R. Daniel 

Simmons 
Mr. Philip M. Snyder III 
Mr. Palmer G. Tunstall 
Dr. John H. Vansant 
Mr Richard Morton 

Venable. Jr, 
Mr, Wyndham P Walke, Jr. 
Mr. William B. Wall 
Mr. John E. White III 
Dr. Lindley M. Winston 
Mr George E. Withers, Jr 
TheRev. V.Neil ^»Vrick, Jr. 

Class of 1951 

52.1 "j of tt» cbss contiibutsd 5435,093.39 
Mr Alfred A. Adkins III 
Mr Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. 
Mr Walter W. Bridges, Jr. 
Mr Gardiner T. Brooks, Jr. 
Mr. Randolph B. Chichester 
Dn David S. Cobbledick 
Mr. Robert L. Ennis 
Mr, Ernest C. Fisher 
Dr William S, Foreman, Jr. 
Mr A. Conrad Frey, Jr 
Mr Mark B. Glascock, Jr 
Mr Walter V.Hall 
The Rev. Samuel P. Hart 
Mr Robert V. Hatcher Jr 
Mr Walton L. HufF 
Mr William O. E. 

Humphreys 
Mr WiUoughby S. 

Hundley, Jr 
Mr WUbert T.James III 
Dr W. Thomas Joyner, Jr 
Mr Albert S. Kemper III 
The Rt. Rev. A. Heath 

Light 
Mr Thomas S. Lovelace 
Mr Harvey S. Lutins 
Mr David S. McClung II 
Mr. Robert P. McLean 
Dr. John H. Moling III 
Mr B. F. Moomaw, Jr. 
Mr. William A. Moore 
Mr Donald C. Morris, Jr 
Mr Meigs A. Newkirk 
Mr John R, O'Connell 
Mr George W. Patteson III 
Mr William C. Peake 
Mr C. Lear Ponton 
Dr Robert H. Ramey, Jr 
Dr A. M. Renick, Jr 
Mr C. Edward 

Richardson III 
Mr Eugene T. Rilee, Jr 
Dr Clement J. Robbins III 
Mr John A. Robertson 
Mr William Harveycutter 

Robertson 
The Rev. Dr J. Shepherd 

Russell, Jr 



Mr John S. Scott, Jr 
Mr. John D. Shields 
Mr. Edwin Smith 
Mr John V. Thompson, Jr 
Dr Blair M. Webb 
Mr John D.Wilson 

Class of 1952 

52.9"; of i)k doss comliuled S67.622.06 
Mr Sheppard K. Ames, Jr 
Mr Sterling P. Anderson, Jr 
The Rev, La\\Tence W Avent 
Dr Francis Nash Boney 
Dr Andrew Gessner 

Briggs III 
Mr. W. MichaiLX Buchanan 
Mr. William E. Coleman, Jr 
Mr. Charles M. Dietz 
Dn Freeman Epes 
Dr. Richard M. Frazer, Jr 
Dr. John R. Good 
Dr Lloyd T Griffith 
Mr William C. Hagan 
Mr Richard C. Hassold 
The Hon. Dr Clarence A. 

Holland 
Mr George R. Irminger 
Dr A. Emerson Johnson III 
Dr William T. Johnson 

- Deceased 
Mr Robert W. King, Jr 
Dr Elmer K, Landis, Jr 
Dr Henry S. Liebert, Jr 
Mr G. W. Lindsay 
Captain Robert S, Mathews 
The Rev. Claud W. 

McCauley 
Mr Hobson C. McGehee, Jr 
Dr Eugene Darden 

Milener III 
Mr J. Hunter Miller 
Mr G. R. Misenhelter 
The Hon. Harvey B. Morgan 
Dr Charles H. Moseley, Jr 
Mr. Lewis F. Norton 
Dr Benjamin R. Ogburn 
Dr Charles H. Peterson, Jr 
Mr. Ronald S. Polk 
Mr. James Gordon Rennie, 

Jr. 
Dr George S. Richardson 
The Rev. W. Ramsey 

Richardson 
Dr John B. Schug 
Mr William R. Shands, Jr 
Mr William D. Sites 
Dr Gladstone E. Smith, Jr 
Dr T. Austin Sydnor, Jr 
Mr Stuart A. Talbott 
DrMarcellu5E.Waddill 
Mr William H. Wright 

Class of 1953 

48.4!4 of tfie doss conlnbuted $35,753.04 
Mr William M. Alphin 
Mr Alvan M. Aron 




Michaeleen & James Crowell '96 



While al Hampden-Sydney College, Somes Crowell 
IV '96 was an ROK Codel, a Resiilenl Advisor, a 
member of Beta Thela Pi Frolernily, and an odor. 
Aher graduating with honors in both History and 
French, he scored very well on his LSATs — some- 
thing for which he credits Dn Patrick Wilson's logic 
class — and was awarded o scholarship la attend 
Boston University. Upon completing his clerkship, 
be was selected lor the Department of Justice's 
Honors Program. He is now a Federal Prosecutor 
specializing in white-collor crimes at the Depart- 
ment of Justice in Washington, D.C. 

Crowell is fully aware of the value of his Hampden- 
Sydney education. "What a lawyer bos to do is 
present things clearly and concisely, " be says. "The 
Rhetoric Program bos been my best resource. " He 
is also fully aware of the sacrifices often necessary 
to attain that level of education. His mother — the 
valedictorian of her high school — did not go to 
college so that she could work to help James' 
father, a first-generation college graduate, through 
medical school. 

His mother died in 1999, and a scholarship was the 
perfect way hath to memorialize her and to help 
deserving students get the same opportunity be 
did. The Scarlett V. McClendon Annual Scholarship 
is a need-based award with preference given to 
students from Louisiana, where Crowell grew up. 

"Hampden-Sydney provided the framework for my 
success, " he says. "I credit the friends and teachers 
I met there, and I am bumbled by that. That's why 
it's important to give back to the place that gave 
so much to me." 




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Mr. Joseph M. Bagley 
Mr. William A. Blair 
Mr. A. G. W. Christopher, Jr. 
Mr. Vernon D. Dawson, Sr. 
Mr. Douglas S. Divers. Jr. 
Mr. Richard C. Edmunds, Jr. 
Dr. William S. Erwin, Jr. 
Mr. William C. Fitzgerald 
Mr. A. Cabell Ford, Jr. 
Mr. Albert C. Ford 
Dr. James S. Harris, Sr. 
Mr. Frank R. Hoffmann 
Mr. J. Bruce James, Jr. 
Mr. Robert M. Johnson 
Mr. E. Lee LeCompte 
Mr. J. Carroll Melton II 
Mr. Owen R. Minter 
Dr. French H. Moore, Jr. 
The Hon. W Tayloe Murphy, 

Jr. 
Mr. William W. Norcross 
Mr. J. Harding Owen 
Mr. William M. Passano, Jr. 
Mr. Henry M. Read 
Mr. Alarik A. Rosenlund 
Mr. Robert L.SafFelle, Jr. 
Dr. J. Webb Simmons III 
Mr. J. Edwin Stanfield 
Mr. Robert S. Tucker, Jr. 
Mr. E. Kemper Uhler, Jr. 
The Rev. F. Bryan Williams 

Class of 1954 

56.4% of Itie doss mnliibutcd 529,573,99 
Lt. Col. Edwin J. Andrews, Jr. 
Dr. Burness F. Ansell, Jr. 
Mr. Wade T. Adcins, Jr. 
Mr. William C. Boinest 
Mr. Dilwordr S. Cook, Jr. 
Mr. Vincent L. Duran 
Dr.TJ. Ferrell.Jr. 
Mr. Carter B. S. Furr, Sr. 
Mr. Joseph S. Gillespie, Jr. 
Mr. Harvie L. Hardie 
Mr. Rives S. Hardy 
Dr. Harry F Hoke, Jr. 
Dr. R. Douglas Humphrey, Jr. 
Dr. David Lee Litchfield 
Mr. Gordon Macaulay Lucey 
Mr. Joe Scott Maupin 
Dr. J. Milton Miller, Jr. 
Mr. E. Stewart Robertson 
Mr. Robert F. Rosenbaum 
Mr. Romulus M. Sanders, Jr. 
Mr. Ashby C. Saunders 
Mr. Marion S. Scon, Jr. 
Mr. James I. Slaydon, Jr. 
Mr. Harold R. Spencer 
Dr. R. Dean Tester 
The Rev. Dr. Ernest T. 

Thompson, Jr. 
Mr. H. Benjamin Vincent, Sr. 
Mr. Glen G. Vought 
Mr. Joseph L. Wallace, Jr. 
Dr. K.K. Wallace, Jr. 
Colonel A. S. Warinner 



Mr. Joseph William White 

- Deceased 
Dr. George M. Williams 
The Hon. Jere M. H. Willis, Jr. 
Dr. W.PWiltsee Young 

Class of 1955 

50% of ttie cfoss tontnbuted S7,842.f 4 

Dr. D. Mowbray Allan 

Dr. Robert B. Allen 

Lt. Col. Edward H. Benson, Ret. 

Mr. Douglas A. Bryant 

Mr. John W Craddock 

Mr. John Worth Crandall 

Mr. Robert E. Curtis, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas E. Glascock 

Mr. Wilson E. Kemp 

Mr. Edward H. Loud, Jr. 

The Rev. Richard L. Newkirk 

Mr. James M. Overbey 

The Rev. Robert E. Pollock 

Mr. George H. Randall 

Mr. W Cabell Rives III 

Mr. James C. Robbins 

Mr. James C. Roberts 

The Hon. Joseph P. 

Rushbrooke 
The Hon. Amos C. Saunders 
Mr. Thomas J. Savage, Jr. 
Mr. H. Wayland Stephenson, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas F Stewart 
The Rev. Thomas L. Thorne, 

Jr. -Deceased 
Mr. Elbert N. Trinkle, Jr. 
Mr. Richard L. Waymack 
Mr. Furman B. Whitescarver, Jr. 
Mr. Kennon C. Whitde, Jr. 

Class of 1956 

49.3% of tfie doss contrifiuted $f48,f 60.00 

Mr. Thomas E. Adkins, Sr. 

The Rev. Vernon A. Austin, Jr. 

Dr. O. Christian Bredrup, Jr. 

Dr.J.MillsBritt,Jr. 

Dr. Gilbert H. Bryson 

Mr. Roger K. Elliott 

Mr. Richard M. Geoghegan 

Mr. Ronald M. Henry 

Mr. Lawrence H. Hoover, Jr. 

Mr. James J. Keating, Jr. 

-Deceased 
Mr. Phillip W Key, Sr. 
Mr. M. Edwin McCall, Sr. 
Mr. G. Otis Mead III 
Mr. John M. Miller 
Mr. William O. Moseley, Jr. 
Mr. Charles C. Mottley 
Mr. Frank L. Nanney, Jr. 
Dr. John Y. Nicholson III 
Dr. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. 
Dr. John A. Rawls 
Mr. John F. Richards 
Mr. Donald A. Ross 
Mr. John E. Sadler, Jr. 
Mr. Edward L. Sanders 
Mr. L. Edward Scruggs 



Mr. Richard B. Sessoms 
Dr. John R. Sharpe 
Mr. John W.Sherman III 
Mr. Halsey W.Smith, Jr. 
Dr. James H. Smith 
Mr. William E. Toland 
Mr. James M. Turner, Sr. 
Mr. Herman B. Walker 
Mr. Calvin N. Warfield, Jr. 
Mr. William D. Williams 
Mr. Bernard L. Woody, Jr. 
-Deceased 

Class of 1957 

77.?S of Itie doss conMbuteii S95,424.81 
Mr. William C. Barnes 
The Rev. Thomas T. Biggs 
Mr. George C. Bird 
Dr. Thomas P Bowe, Jr. 
Mr. Warren B. Carter 
The Hon. Jose Davila, Jr. 
Mr. WiUiam H. Drumeller 
Mr. Edward W. Early 
Mr. James Gordon Frazer 
Mr. WilUam C. French 
Mr. William R. Gardner, Jr. 
Dr. George L. B. Grinnan 
Mr. R. Bryan Grinnan III 
Dr. Walter LGrubb, Jr. 
Dr. Austin B. Harrelson 
Mr. James L. Hatcher, Jr. 
Mr. B. Graves Kerr III 
Mr. Thomas F. Kilby 
Dr. Willette L. LeHew 
Mr. Hugh B. Marshall 
The Rev. Dr. Edgar C. Mayse 
Mr. Walter C. McDermott, Jr. 
Mr. Henry H. McVey III 
Mr. Robert Lee Morris 
Mr. R. Dennis Morton 
Mr. Lewis H. Mundin III 
Mr. Malcohn R. Myers 
Dr. WiUiam L. Odom 
Mr. William O. Payne, Jr. 
Mr. C. Graham Pembroke, Jr. 
Mr. Sumner R. Pugh, Jr. 
Mr. Michaux Raine III 
Mr. Joseph B. Shelor 
Mr. Clyde E. Shelton 
Mr. Edwin W. Siersema 
Mr. Benny B. Smith 
Mr. H. William Swertfeger, Jr. 
Mr. James C. Taylor, Jr. 
Mr. Clifton R. Titus, Jr. 
Mr. Robert E. Towers 
Mr. Robert G. Traylor 
Dr. WiUiam V.Tynes II 
Mr. Joseph P Vaughan, Jr. 
Mr. Earle R. Ware II 
Mr. T. Ashby Watts III 
Mr. George Edward Wertz 
Mr. John R WetheriU LV 
Mr. James L. Wiley II 
Mr. Fletcher J. Wright III 



Class of 1958 

53.5% of llie doss conliibutal $27,1 54.00 
Mr. Charles C. Ames 
Mr. James N. Boyd 
Mr. Miles S. Brooks 
Mr. Thomas S. Bryant, Jr. 
Mr. Frank Buck 
Dr. Jameson George Buston II 
Mr. O. Holmes Carter 
Mr. E. Eugene Cooke 
Mr. Richard S. Copeland 
Mr. Charles M. Dennis 
Mr. Gene M. Fronfelter 
The Rev. Peter C. Fulghum 
Mr. Edward S. Harlow, Jr. 
Mr. Percy Harris III 
Mr. John E. Harwood, Jr. 
Mr. John F. Hodges, Jr. 
Mr. Alexander L. Hoffman 
Dr. Maury A. Hubbard, Jr. 
Mr. Robert W. Humphreys 
Dr. Wellford W.Inge, Jr. 
Mr. Richard G. Joynt 
The Hon. Joseph A. Leafe 
Mr. HenryPMcGilLJr. 
Mr. R, Maxwell Meador 
Mr. James C. Melvin 
Mr. Nathaniel R Neblett 
Mr. Michael G. O'NeiU 
The Rev. WUUam T Perkins 
Mr. Harry Borum Price III 
Mr. J. Horsley Putt, Jr. 
Dr. Harry E. Ramsey, Jr. 
Dr. Peter Rosanelli, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas H. Scales, Jr. 
Mr. Edward C. Shepherd IV 
Mr. G. Granville Sydnor III 
Mr. George M. Trible III 

-Deceased 
Mr. John Hardy Waters III 
Mr. Frederick W Wells 

Class of 1959 

57.1% of tbe [loss contiiboted S44,133.58 
Mr. Edmund L. Benson III 
Mr. John L. Brinkley 
Mr. WUIiam O. Bryant 
Mr. Robert W. Carter 
Mr. Stuart W. Copeland 
Mr. Robert Q. Cunningham 
Dr. George D. Delo, Jr. 

-Deceased 
Mr. Alexander E DiUard, Jr. 
Dr. Francis J. Duckwall 
Mr. James E. Edwards 
Mr. WiUiam L. Fagan, Jr. 
Mr. James G. Ferneyhough 
Mr. WiUiam R. Hess 
Dr. J. Robert Hippensteele 
Mr. Philip A. Hoge 
Mr. Clarence Brodie Hyde II 
Dr. William P Knox 
Dr. Richard A. LeHew 
Mr. Charles F. Lucas 
Mr. John N. Meadows, Jr. 
Dr. Elbert P Osborne, Jr. 



Mr. WiUiam S. Pierce 

Mr. Thomas B. Porterfield II 

Dr. James J. H. Price 

Mr. Arthur W Raine 

Mr. Edward H. Richmond, Jr. 

Mr. George E. Rickman 

Mr. Bobby Gene Saylor 

Dr. Marvin W Scott 

Dr. John M. Shepherd, Jr. 

Mr. Lawrence N. Smith 

Mr. T Robison Smith 

Mr. Richard P Spitler 

Mr. Hugh R. Stallard 

Mr. Thomas G. Underwood 

Mr. Fred G. Warren 

Mr. Donald P Whidey 

Mr. R. Tyler Whitley 

The Rev. John R. Wilcox 

Professor L. Barron Wood, Jr. 

Mr. James K. Woodley Jr. 

Class of 1960 

53.7% of tbe doss coobiboted 51 1 0,796.27 

Mr. Thomas N. Allen 

Mr. Silas W. Barnes, Jr. 

Mr. J. Robert Bray 

Dr. Hawes CampbeU III 

Captain Charles B. Collman 

Dr. WiUiam B. Costenbader, Jr. 

Dr. Benjamin M. Crowder 

Dr. John C. Crump III 

Mr. Harry Thomas Darnes, Jr. 

Dr. Brian A. Dementi 

Mr. Roland W Dodson 

Dr. Lewis H. Drew 

The Hon. Nelson T Durden 

Mr. MarshaU R. Ebert 

Mr. Clayton W Eisinger 

Mr. Donald A. Fowler 

Mr. F. Meriwether Fowlkes, Jr. 

Mr. Edward H. Fox 

Rev. Dr. James H. Grant, Jr. 

Mr. John E Graves 

Mr. John N. Harrington, Jr. 

Mr. Leon W. Hawker, Sr. 

Dr. Joseph C. HiUier 

Mr. M. Norton Howe, Jr. 

Dr. W. Glenn Hurt 

Mr. J. Charles Johnson 

Mr. J. Thomas Kremer, Jr. 

Mr. Wayne C. McLean 

Dr. John M. Myers III 

Mr. John E. Pappas 

Mr. Paul M. Penick 

Dr. William A. Robertson 

Dr. WiUiam T.Ross, Jr. 

Dr. Thomas L. Sarvay, Jr. 

Mr. William T. Saunders, Jr. 

Mr. Gilbert H. Sayres 

Mr. Garnett F. Smith 

Mr. Landon Carter Smith 

Mr. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. 

Mr, Alan D. Stein 

Mr. Douglas H. Sdnespring, Sr. 

Mr. E. Douglas Vaughan, Jr. 

Mr. Raymond B. Wallace, Jr. 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



Dr. ^'1lli;ini E.Ware, Jr. 

Mr. Rich;ud W. Wercz 

Dr. Paul F. White 

Mr. Howard ^X'hitnev III 

Mr. William T. Wilson 

Mr. Joseph H. Wood 

Mr. Emmert D. B. Yancey ■ 

Class of 1961 

52.», of Its (tes (MiniMB) SI 6,1 35.00 

Mr. John M. Acken 

Mr. Ryland A. Babb, Jr. 

Dr. Lewis William Bridgforch 

Mr. Scott Broaddus 

Mr. John Bagby Browning 

Dr. Carroll A. Cloninger 

Dr. Richard E. Coons 

Mr. Robert B. Ewald III 

Mr. Charles H. Frischkorn, Jr. 

Mr. Edward K. Godsey, Jr. 

Mr. John R. P. Hamilton 

Mr. Daniel M. Hawks 

Mr. Wayne E. Hoy 

Mr. Joseph O. Humphreys 

Major C. Kendall Hunter. Jr. 

Mr. Frederick F. Johnson 

Mr. H. Benjamin Jones, Jr. 

Mr. Hugh K. Leary 

Dr. George J. McVey 

Mr. D. Roger Mower, Jr. 

Mr. WiUiam H. Payne 

Mr. Marshall N. Pearman, Jr. 

Mr. J. Scort Simms 

Mr. James H. Slaughter 

Mr. David H. Smidi II 

Mr. Olen C. Stewart, Jr. 

Dr. H. Ben Stone III 

The Hon. J. Robert Stump 

Mr. Samuel L. Tarry 

Dr. Curtis H. Thomas, Jr. 

Mr. Lexvis M. Walker III 

Dr. Robert E. Wallace 

Mr. John S. Waring III 

Mr. Thomas C. Williams, Jr. 

Dr. WiUiam B. Williams, Jr. 

Mr. Michael L. Woosley, Sr. 

Class of 1962 

47.6S of the cte contiiuteJ SI 7,670.00 
Mr. Robert W. Batten 
Mr. Obie Henry Booth 
Dr. George W. Booze 
Mr. James Wesle)' Burgess 
Dr. Phillip M. Cook 
Mr. Stuart Egetton II 
Mr. Larry E. Farrar 
Mr. J. William Ferrell III 
Mr. Fred L. Garrett III 
Mr. John R. Grymes 
Mr. R. Garnctt Hall, Jr. 
Mr. Paulus I. Haynsworth 
Dr. William J. Heinzer 
Mr. Charles E. Hubbard 
Mr. Robert C. Leonard, Jr. 
Mr. R. Gordon McKenney 
Mr. Donald R Miller, Jr. 



Mr. Irvin Owings III 
Mr. Stephen Dulany Proctor 
Dr. Dudley A. Raine, Jr. 
Dr. R. Lewis Ro)'Ster, Jr. 
Mr. Joseph M. Ruffin, Jr. 
Dr. WillLam G. Sale III 
Mr. Daniel H. Shaner 
Mr. Nelson Showalter 
Mr. C. Frederick Shula 
Mr. Kent A. Sm.ick 
Dr. Robert G. Thompson 11 
Mr. John T Tompkins III 
Mr. Thomas S. Tredway 
Mr. Thomas F. Williams, Jr. 

Class of 1963 

59:j of Ifie doss conliibuted S98,<87.02 
Mr. Douglas R. Allen 
Mr. Robert H. Bennett 
Mr. Edwin E. Bouldin, Jr. 
Mr. George Steel Bowers, Jr. 
Mr. G. Grayson Boyce 

-Deceased 
Mr. Otis H. Bradley, Jr. 
Dr. W Hamilton Bryson 
Mr. Benjamin M. Buder 
Mr. Richard H. Cardwell 
Mr. George B. Cartledge, Jr. 
Mr. David L. Costenbader 
Mr. Charles F. P. Crawley 
Mr. Thomas B. Davidson, Jr. 
Mr. William S. Davidson 
Mr. Norwood H. Davis, Jr. 
Mr. Lewis C. Everett 
Mr. Francis E Falls 
Mr. Leavenworth M. Ferrell 
Mr. Lowery D. Finley III 
Mr. Mervin A. Frantz, Jr. 
Mr. Donald R. Gladstone 
Df. C. Earl Guthrow, Jr. 
Mr. William B. Hanes 
Mr. James William Hardin 
Mr. Samuel C. Harding, Jr. 
Mr. Holmes C. Harrison 
Mr. J. Knox Hillman, Jr. 
Dr. Donald W. Houpe 
Mr. William D. Humphreys 
Mr. Hal Stuart Johnson 
Mr. Charles R, Knimmell 
Mr. H. Timothy Little 
Mr. William W Lowery III 
Mr. Roderick B. Mathews 
Mr. Arthur J. Matney 
Dr. John N. McDaniel 
Dr. Thomas R. McDaniel 
Dr. John W Melton III 
Mr. William R. Middelthon, Jr. 
Mr. C. Frederick Mitchell 
Mr. William E. Moore, Jr. 
Mr. Edmund Noyes, Jr. 
Mr. Gerald M. Pace 
Mr. Philip G. Padgett, Jr. 
Mr. W Greyson Quarles, Jr. 
Dr. Holman C. Rawls III 
Mr. John W. Romm, Jr. 
Mr. Evans C. Ross 



Dr. Wade H. Saunders III 
Dr. Kenneth N. Scott 
Mr. J. Stuart Shelton 
The Rev. Glenn W. Small 
Mr. Walter O. Smith III 
Mr. Charles W. 

Sommardahl, Sr. 
Dr. Sherrill W. Stockton, Jr 
Mt. Marshall H. Stu.art 
Mr. William W Tennent III 
Mr. Joseph F. Viar, Jr. 
The Re\'. Linwood G. Wilkes 
Mr. David G. Wilson, Jr. 
Mr. Raymond Andrew 

Woody 

Class of 1964 

47.3!. of Itie class tortiibuted S56,277.l 7 
Mr. David D. Addison 
The Rev. John L. Alexander 
Mr. J. Wayne Alley 
Mr. L. Philip Bailey, Jr. 
Mr. John H. Bergeron 

- Deceased 
Mr. Henr)' Staley Berry 
Mr. Harold U. Bl)the 
Mr. J. P McGuire Boyd 
Mr. W. Bates Chappell 
Mr. John B. Cline 
Mr. Michael T Crone 
Mr. J. Sidney Davenport IV 
Mr. James F. Douthat 
Mr. W Sidney Druen 
Mr. Aldrich Dudley III 
Mr. Hugh G. Edmunds, Jr. 
Mr. David C. Fuller 
Dr. Allen M. Glasgow 
Mr. F. Wayne Gray 
Dr. Larry D. Hensley 
Mr. K. Neal Hunt 
Mr. R. Devereux Jarratt 
Mr. William J. Lawrence 
Mr. Fontaine B. Lawson 
Mr. Thomas M. Lewis 
Mr. L. Cecil Long 
Mr. Charles I. Lunsford II 
Mr. Michael F. Moorman 
Mr. Wayne A. Morrison 
Mr. Jesse W. Overbey 
Mr. Graham F. Painter, Jr. 
Mr. John C. Parrott II 
Mr. George E Perkins 
Mr. Henry R. Pollard IV 
Dr. Giles M. Robertson, Jt. 
Mr. A. Francis Robinson, Jr. 
Dr. Richard E. Ruble 
Mr. C. Edward Russell, Jr. 
Mr. J. Hamilton Scheter, Jr. 
Dr. John D. Semones 
Mr. Keith Shepherd 
The Rev. Dr. Louis A. Skidmore 
Mr. George P Tarry, Jr. 
Mr. Randolph E. Trow, Jr 
Mr. Robert P Waters 



Class of 1965 

«.4'. of to (loss conliibuled SI 49,343,85 

Mr. Herbert S. Adams 

Dr. John R. Barker 

Mr. Frederick W. Beck III 

Mr. M. Hunt Berryman 

Mr. Doddridge H. Biaett III 

Mr John M. Boswell 

Mr. R. Jeffrey Bowker 

Dr. William L. Burner III 

The Rev Dr. Gerald A. Butler 

Dr. John G. Claudy 

Dr. Thomas F. Connelly, Jr. 

Dr James F. Cope 

Mr Richard E CraUe, Jr. 

Mr. Richard H. Crane, Jr. 

Mr. R. Madison Cummings, Jr. 

Dr. Thomas L. Currie, Jr. 

Mr. Gene B. Dixon, Jr. 

Mr. W. Birch Douglass III 

Mr. Thomas U. Dudley 

Dr. William M. Edwards 

Mr. Fred B. Gentry, Jr. 

Dr. Richard D. Giles 

The Hon. Herbert C. Gill, Jt. 

The Hon. Ray Wlson Grubbs 

Mr. Charles E. Hall III 

Mr. Scott M. Harwood, Sr. 

Mr. David L. Johnson 

Mr Edward C. Johnston, Jr. 

Mr. John T. King 

Mr. Elmer H. Lammay, Jr. 

Mr. George W. Macon III 

Mr. Richard C. Manson, Jr. 

Mr. Peter A. McWiUiams 

Mr. Vincent M. Montsinger, 

III 
Mr David W Rej-nolds 
Dr Dixon M. Rollins, Sr. 
Mr. Gordon D. Schreck 
Mr. William D. Shidey 
Mr. Frederick L. Shreves II 
Mr Julious P Smith, Jr, 
Dr. Theodore R. Smith, Jr. 
Mr. Carter B. Spalding 
Mr. W. Scort Street III 
Mr. David E. Trickier 
Mr Kennerh E. Washburn 
Mr. Robert C. Wimer 

Class of 1966 

53,1% of Ifi8 (loss (oonibuted 593,271 .74 
Mr. David E. Bergren III 
Dr. Frank M. Boodi III 
Dr. Richard B. Bowles, Jr. 
Mr. B. Louis Briel, Jr. 
Dr. James G. Bruce III 
Mr. Theodore J. Burr, Jr. 
Mr L. Frederick Chapman III 
Mr. Clarence C. Chewning III 
Mr, Robert M. Chilton 
Dr. William B. Crawley, Jr. 
Mr. Charles W. Crist 
TheRev. CharlesN. Davidson,Jr. 
Dr. Alan Scott Day 
Mr. Stephen C. DeBell 



Mt. Robert E. Doyle, Jr. 
Mr. John E. Early III 
Mr Dennis P. Finger 
Mr. Stephen M. Gedney 
Dr. Darrow E. Haagensen, Jr. 
Dr. Jack I. Hayes 
Mr. Terry L. Helsley 
Mr. T David Hinton 
Mr. William D. Hopkins 
MrJohnR. Kight.Jr. 
Mr James F. Lipscomb 
Mr William F. Lowry, Jt. 
Mr Joseph D. Miles III 
Mr Ernest E. Moore, Jr. 
Dr R. Cartet Morris 
The Rev. Robert L. Morriss 
Mr R. Stedman Oakey, Jr. 
Mr. Michael W. Paulette 
Dr James E. Payne 
Mr James R. Pickens 
Dr. John R. Ragsdale III 
The Rev. James Michael 

Rissmiller 
Mr. Herbert L. Sebren, Jr. 
Mr William J. Secgers 
Dr Cletus M. Sellers, Jr 
Mr William F. Shumadine, Jr. 
Mr William L. Shumate III 
The Hon. William A. Talley, Jr 
Mr. William Charles Thompson 
Mr W. Waverley Townes 
Mr Joseph W. Tuck 
Mr Lawrence J. Tweel 
Mr Travis J. Tysinger 
Mr Ricks S. Voight, Jr. 
MrB, KirkeWhite.Jr. 
The Rev William W 

Williamson, Jr. 
Mr. Roy R. Wimmer 

Class of 1967 

52.8% of lbs doss (onMbulcd 5106,007,00 
Mr David C. Alley 
The Hon. William C. 

Andrews III 
Mr. Charies G. Armfield III 
Mr Stephen D. Beck 
Mr Archie C. Berkeley, Jr 
Mr John O. Boyd III 
Mr. WiUiam C. Childrey 
Mr. Charles B. Cocke 
Mr Thomas D. Corkran 
Mr George G. Cralle, Jr 
Mr Henry P Custis, Jr. 
Col. Robert S. Darden 
Mr W. Robert Eason, Jr. 
Mr James B. Edge, Jr 
Mr Conley L. Edwards III 
Mr John Franklin III 
Mr John P Grove III 
Mr Barry A. Hackney 
Lt. Col. Allen R Hazlegrove 
Mr Joseph A. Hazlegrove, Jr. 
Mr Leighton S. Houck 
Mr. Randall H. James 
Mr. Jerry W. Jenkins 




Hampden-Sydney College 



B 



Dr. Keith M. Jones 

Mr. R. Daniel Keeling II 

Mr. Harold B.Kellam, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas B. Kern 

Mr. Leon Agee Lackey, Jr. 

Mr. Greene H. Lawson, Jr. 

Mr. Jerry W. Leonard 

Mr. WicUifFe S. Lyne 

The Rev. W. Daniel MacGiU III 

Mr. Richard B. Madden 

Mr. L. White Matdiews III 

Mr. David J. McKittrick 

Mr. William R. MiUer III 

Mr. Edward C. Moomavif, Jr. 

Mr. James L. Morris 

Mr. John C. Morrison 

Dr. Perry D. Mowbray, Jr. 

Mr. Robert W Mullin 

Dr. E. Blackford Noland, Jr. 

Dr. William R Nottingham, Jr. 

Mr. Robert H. Owen 

Mr. J. RusseU Parker III 

Mr. Richard E. Potter 

Dr. Randall W.PoweU 

Mr. Warren C. Redfern 

Mr. John M. Reid 

Mr. James A. Rosenstock, Jr. 

Mr. Peter WSmidilV 

Mr. R, Curtis Steele, Jr. 

Dr. Kearfort M. Stone 

Mr. George Summers, Jr. 

Mr. Wayne T. Tennent 

Mr. H. Stetson Tinkham 

Dr. Remus S. Turner, Jr. 

Mr. Randolph H. Watts 

Mr.J. KendalIWhitaker,Jr. 

Mr. WiUiam Ashby White, Jr. 

Mr. Rupert R. Winfree 

Dr. Thomas Suelett Woodall 

Mr. Jan Michael Yarosz 

Mr. John Pannill Yeaman 

Class of 1968 

62.7% of llie doss contiibuted 541,590.72 

Mr. Ronald W. Axselle 

Mr. Edward C. Becker 

Mr. James L. Beckner 

Mr. Horatio A. E. Bigeiow 

Mr. W Taylor Boone, Jr. 

Dr. D. Christopher Bosworth 

Mr. George W Boylan 

Mr. Ronald H. Burton 

Dr. James T Campen 

Mr. WiUiam R Carter 

The Hon. James H. Chambhn 

Mr. James H. Chenery II 

Dr. W Randolph Chitwood, Jr. 

Mr. J. Leonard Cobb 

Mr. William T Cudpepper III 

Mr. Frank P. Dickinson 

Mr. Jef&ess S. Dortch III 

Dr. J. Travers Edwards, Jr. 

Mr. Christopher K. Evans 

Mr. Harry Leland Frazier, Jr. 

Mr. Arthur H. Glaser 

Mr. Charles M. Guthridge 



Mr. David J. Hanse 

Dr. Lawrence E. Hightower 

Dr. John D. Hughes 

Mr. Btyce D. Jewett, Jr. 

Mr. William Edward Lane 

Mr. James B. Lee 

Mr. Peter A. Leggett 

Dr. Eddie R. Lowry, Jr. 

Mr. Milton D. Lyde 

Dr. John W Mack, Jr. 

Mr. Richard Wayne McConnell 

The Hon. Paul M. Peatross, Jr. 

Dr. John W Pendleton 

Mr. E. K. Prewitt, Jr. 

Mr. Milton P Reid II 

Mr. Douglas E Rucker, Jr. 

Mr. N. Hardey Schearer, Jr. 

Mr. Pendleton M. Shiflett III 

Mr. Samuel S. Shiplett 

The Hon. Denis F. Soden 

Mr. W Malcolm Tilson 

The Hon. Paul S. Trible, Jr. 

Mr. Robert L. Watt III 

Mr. Richard H. West 

Mr. D. M. Westerhouse, Jr. 

Mr. Corbin McCue Wilkes 

Mr. Richard W. Wiltshire, Jr. 

Mr. Charles R Witthoefft 

Mr. W.Fredrick Wright 

Mr. Leighton D. Yates, Jr. 

Dr. R. Edward Zimmerman 

Class of 1969 

45.6% of Itie cfoss contn'botMf $70,474.1 9 

Dr. David A. Albertson 

Dr. John M. Bass 

Dr. Richard C. Bell 

The Rev. Dr. William P Brown 

Mr. Jeffrey M. Bull 

Mr. Charles R Cobb 

Mr. J. Gordon Coleman, Jr. 

Mr. Burke H. Graver, Jr. 

Mr. Charles M. Douglass 

Mr. W. Berry Dumas 

Dr. A. Russell Dimnington, Jr. 

Dr. Edward F. Eckerc, Jr. 

Mr. G. Franklin Flippin 

Mr. William F Franck III 

Mr. Smart T. French 

Mr. Larry R. Gilbertson 

Dr. Lowrie R. Glasgow 

Mr. Robert R. Hatten 

Mr. David S. Hay 

Mr. Dale M. Hodges 

Mr. Philip W.Hughes 

Dr. Lee Anderson Jackson, Jr. 

Mr. F. Geoffrey Jennings 

Mr. Roysron Jester IV 

Mr. Michael J. Krupin 

Mr. M. LyleLacylll 

Mr. David M. Lee 

Mr. William G. Lockwood III 

Mr. John W. MacClarence 

Mr. William M. Mason 

Mr. J. Kemp Mathews, Jr. 

Mr. Dale L. Morris 



The Hon. Norman Devere 

Morrison 
Mr. Hubert W.Nash, Jr. 
Dr. Wallace C. Nunley Jr. 
Mr. John Gurganey Overstreer 
Mr. Warren M. Pace, Jr. 
Mr. John T Percy, Jr. 
Dr. Harry A. Raddin, Jr. 
Mr. James H. Rhodes 
Mr. W. Randolph Robinson 
Mr. Donald C. Robison 
Mr. S. Rowell Sargeant, Jr. 
Mr. Edward M.Schaaf III 
Mr. W. C. Scruggs, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas H. Shomo 
Mr. David C. Stradinger 
Lt. Col. Michael D. Tiller 
Mr. Finley M. Waddell II 
Mr. Gerald M. Walker 
Dr. Edgar N. Weaver, Jr. 
Mr. Richard J. WiUiams 
Mr. Carhsle M. Wroton 

Class of 1970 

53.4% of Itie doss contiibuted 574,582.87 

Mr. Michael J. Adelman 

Cmdr. Lindsay C. Blanton 

Mr. David A. Bowers 

Mr. Stephen M. Brooks 

Mr. A. Dale Cannady 

Mr. Kenneth E. Chilchess 

Mr. Jay D. Cook III 

Mr. R. Brandt Deal 

Mr. John W. Drescher 

Mr. E. Carter Elliott 

Mr.JohnC. Ems,Jr. 

Dr. Nadianiel M. EweU III 

Mr. Charles W Ewing II 

Mr. Frank L. Faust 

Mr. Mark E. Feldmann, Sr. 

Mr. Lloyd O. Goode, Jr. 

Mr. William Howe Grover, Sr. 

Dr. James W. Guhck, Jr. 

Mr. Randolph L. Hallman 

Cmdr. David C. Hastings, Jr. 

Mr. Walker B. Healy, Jr. 

Mr. Richard B. Higginbotham 

Mr. James O. Hillsman 

Cmdr. HeberH. Himmelwright 

Dr. Arthur C. Houts 

Mr. Robert D. Kelly 

Mr. K. Michael Kines 

Mr. Gary M. Lane, Sr. 

The Rt. Rev. Frank Clayton 

Matthews 
Mr. Olin R. Melchionna, Jr. 
Mr. Richard H. Merrill 
Dr. Robert Michael 
Mf. F. Breckinridge Montague 
Mr.WdliamWMuse 
Dr. Vincent H. Ober, Jr. 
The Hon. Westbrook J. Parker 
Dr. David P Paul III 
Dr. James M. Peery, Jr. 
Mr. C. Wayne Penick 
Dr. Vance J. Plumb 



Mr. J. Daniel Pond II 

Mr. Wendell B. Porterfield, Jr. 

Mr. William R. Pumphrey III 

Mr. Paul L. Reiber III 

Mr. Charles D. Robison III 

Dr. Robert E. Rude 

Mr. Henry Theron Sain II 

Dr. Randolph E. Savage 

Mr. William D. Selden V 

Dr. John Philip Sherrod 

Mr. Howard N. Soucek 

Mr. Philip C. Spencer 

Mr. H. Watts Steger III 

Mr. Edwin C. Stephenson, Jr. 

Mr. Charles S. Stringfellow, Jr. 

Mr. U D. Suddudi,Jr. 

Mr. Leroy B. Vaughan 

Mr. D. Richard Weiglein, Jr. 

Mr. James E. White, Sr. 

Mr. James R. Whorley 

Mr. Edward R. Witt, Jr. 

Mr. Barton K. Yount III 

Class of 1971 

56 3% of tfie doss contiibuted 541.943.54 

Dr. Joseph L. Austin 

Dr. John H. Barker, Jr. 

Mr. Richard C. Beale 

Dr. Larry P. Belote 

Mr. Harvard R. Birdsong II 

Mr. Joseph E. Blackburn, Jr. 

Mr. Andrew C. Bohnengel 

Mr. Charles Y CaldweU III 

Mr. Ray S. Campbell, Jr. 

Mr. U. Caner Carson, Jr. 

Dr. Donald E. Carwile 

Mr. H. Edmunds Coleman III 

Mr. David C. Crawford III 

Dr. William E Egelhoff, Jr. 

Mr. John F. Gayle, Jr. 

Mr. James R. Geiger 

Mr. J. Daniel Hardy, Jr. 

Mr. Vincent D. Hardy 

Mr. W. Eugene Hayes 

Mr. J. Christopher Henderson 

Dr. A. Clayborn Hendricks 

Mr. Andrew G. Hoffman 

Mr. William Jephtha Hogan, Jr. 

Mr James B. Hollingsworth 

Mr. W Alex Honeycutt, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas L. Hoy 

Dr. E. Forrest Jessee, Jr. 

Mr. Joseph R Kane 

Mr. W.Richard Kay Jr. 

Mr. Lance A. Lavenstein 

Mr. Robert P. Lecky, Jr. 

Dr. William I. Lee 

Mr. John W Luxton 

Mr. Gordon Lee Mallonee, Jr. 

Mr. L. Richmond Martin III 

Mr. Frank B. McCann III 

Mr. George A. McLean, Jr. 

Mr.WenizJ. Miller.Jr. 

Dr. John Roger Monroe 

Mr. Francis R. Nance 

Mr. James L. Nance 



Maj. Gen. Gordon C. Nash 
Mr. John Nicoll 
Dr. H. Lee Perkins 
Mr. Charles A. Perry 
Dr. Harry D. Quarles III 
LTC David L. Ramsey 
Mr. Robert F. Ray 
Mr. Paul S. Roper 
Mr. Joseph E. Setde III 
Dr. Kenneth D. Shick 
Dr. Christopher Snyder III 
Mr. Robert M. Speaks 
Dr. Parker R, Stokes 
Dr. I. Keith Stone 
Mr. Walker E Sydnor, Jr. 
Mr. H. Tinsley Taliaferro III 
Mr. Guy G. Terrell 
Mr. J. Christopher Thomas 
Mr. John B. Thornton, Jr. 
Mr. David C. Trumbower 
Mr. Dennis M. Uhrich 
Dr. James H. S. Whimey 
Mr. WiUiam B. Wiltshire 
Mr. Robert W.Wolcz,Jf. 
Mr. Elvin A. Wright, Jr. 
Mr. John W. Wright 

Class of 1972 

43.3% of ttie doss contnliiftd 523,823.79 
Mr. WiUiam F. Banner 
Mr. Charles W Bishop 
Mr. James R. Blandford 
Mr. Clyde H. Bond 
Mr. Sidney M. Bounds 
Mr. Frederick M. Bruner 
Mr. Stephen A. Bryant 
Mr. Kenneth M. Cadett 
Mr. W. Curtis Coleburn III 
Dr. Wilson S. Comer, Jr. 
Mr. Richard Garrett Cook 
Mr. Tony D. Curtis 
Mr. E. Causey Davis, Jr. 
Mr. James R. Ennis 
Dr. P. Paul Ferraraccio 
Mr. Garrett T Ford 
Mr. W Frederick 

Genheimer III 
Mr. Alexander C. Graham, Jr. 
Mr. Robert B. Hamlett, Sr. 
Mr. J. Robert Harris III 
Mr. Bruce B. Hopkins 
Mr. Harold L. Hughey, Jr. 
Mr. F. Powell Joharm, Jr. 
Mr. Gregg K. Jones 
Mr. Harry R. King III 
Mr. John'WiUard Kirk III 
Mr. Chaffraix A. Lelong, Jr. 
Mr. Michael A. Linsky 
Mr. Robert C. Long, Jr. 
Mr. H. Scott Lovvry 
Mr. John R. Marks 
Mr. Robert A. May 
Mr. Frank J. McCarthy 
Mr. Peter H. McEachern 
Mr. Gary F. McKay 
The Hon. Thomas L. Murphey 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001 -2002 



Mr. W. Barren Nichols 
Mr. Edward B. Norfleet 
Mr. Daniel V. P. O'Connor 
Dr. Barn.' N. Parsley 
Mr.JohnW. Pa™eIII 
Mr. Allen H. Peer, Jr. 
Mr. Joseph T. Samuels, Jr. 
Mr. Conrad F. Sauer IV 
Mr. David W.Shelor 
Mr. Ste\'en F. Shreckhise 
Dr. Larr)' F. Smith 
LTC Jack G. Spence, Jr. 
Mr. David A. Taylor 
Mr. Gervas Storrs Tavlor III 
Dr. H.Tyler Taylor lil 
Mr. John C. Thompson 
Dr. Isaac T. Van Patten I\' 
Mr. WiMiam W. Watson 
Mr. E. Carter Whidey 
Mr. Stephen H. Wilej' 
Dr. Robert B. Williams 
Mr. Martin R. Willis 
Mr. Edward B.Wright, Jr. 

Class of 1973 

:: 3: of ttedoss counted S40,559.20 
Mr. Steven C. Akers 
Dr. James E. Ames IV' 
Mr. C. Woodson Baker 
Mr. Lindsav R. Barnes, Jr. 
Mr. Wdliam C. Bascom, Jr. 
Dr. Archibald C. Buchanan III 
Dr. Clarence Campbell III 
Mr. William R. Capehart III 
Mr. Richard L. Carr 
Mr. Mehin L. Casde 
Mr. John B. Chappeil 
Mr. James C. Cherry 
Dr. John W Chinn, Jr. 
Mr. Da^dA-Clark 
Mr. David I. Clay 
Mr. Don R. Cochran 
Dr. Joseph M. Crocken II 
Mr. Stuan H. Deal 
Mr. Daniel A. Donohue 
Mr. Bryan D. Eads 
Mr. Bob Marm Farmer 
Mr. Carl A. Foster 
Mr. WdUam C. Gay 
Mr. Charles E. Green III 
Mr. J. Scott Harris 
Mr. Richard N. Herod 
Dr. Ralph C. Hess III 
Mr. Timothy E. Hildreth 
Dr. Wayne D. Home)' 
Mr. William B. Houck, Jr. 
Dr. H.Phihp Johnson III 
Mr. Thomas T. Johnson 
Mr. Herbert V.Kelly 
Mr. Claude W.Kilby, Jr. 
Mr. Sidney H. Kirstein 
Mr. Ralph Clinton Lukhard 
Mr. WJUam E MarshaU 
Mr. David A. Martin 
Mr. Walter C. Martz 
Mr. Michael R Miller 



Mr. Michael K. Minter 

Mr. Gerald Montaigne III 

Dr. J. Stuart Morgan 

Mr. B. Christopher Moring III 

Mr. C. Cammack Morton 

Dr. Lloyd F Moss, Jr. 

Dr. James F. Nelson 

Mr. Craig P. Osth 

Mr. Ronald O. Overstreet 

Mr. Frank W. Roach 

Dr. George C. Sakakini 

Mr. Phillip A. Short 

Mr. Jefferson V. Simmons 

Mr. C. William Sublett, Jr. 

Mr. Robert D. Tavlor 

Mr. William D. Wheeler 

Mr. Frank Downing Wiseman 

Class of 1974 

39.6'; of itie cbs (witited S2<.557.60 

Mr. Jonathan J. Adelman 

Mr. George F. Albright, Jr. 

Mr. Frank Acie Allen, Jr. 

Mr. Peter C. Bance 

Mr. James O. Beckner II 

Mr. Duncan Wardman Blair 

Mr. M\Ton P Boon 

Mr. Martin S. Bounds 

Mr. Marion P. Brawley III 

Mr. G. Tyler Brooks III 

Mr. Charles L. Cabell 

Dr. Harvey R. Carmichael, Sr. 

Mr. John B. Coupland 

Mr. Michael K. Crookshank 

Mr. Roben V. Crowder III 

Dr. John T. Cumes 

Mr. Stephen R. Echols 

Dr. Henrj' N. Elksnin 

Mr. W. Stuart Farmer, Jr. 

Mr. J. Randolph Fowler 

Mr. Christopher S. Gallo 

Mr. William C. Garrett, Jr. 

Mr. John B. Gayle 

Dr. H. Nelson Gustin III 

Mr. Gar\' L. Harper, Jr. 

Mr. W.Lee Harris, Jr. 

Mr. Mathew L. Hawley 

Mr. Charles R, Henderson, Jr. 

Mr. B. Boyd Johnson 

Mr. Francis P. Jones, Jr. 

Mr. T. Douglass Jones III 

Mr. Peter A. Jordan 

Mr. George S. Khoury 

Dr. Rodger W.Kleisch 

Mr. John E. Legard III 

Mr. James T. Logan, Jr. 

Mr. Adrian L. McCardell III 

Mr. Thomas M. Mishoe, Jr. 

Mr. F. Davis Newsom 

Mr. William W. Ne.xsen 

Dr. Chfford A. Nottingham III 

Mr. Frank L. Overton 

Mr. Stephen L. Owen 

Mr. Jeffre)' J. Poole 

Mr. Charles L. Ricketts III 

Mr. Robert Lee Rogers 



Mr. William J. Rue, Jr. 
Mr. Bradford B. Sauer 
Dr. Richard G. Saul 
Mr. David C. Schultheis 
Dr. Robert H. Sease, Jr. 
Dr. Thom,-is M. Shelburne 
Mr. R, Kelly Sheridan 
Mr. Ronald C.Shiflett, Jr. 
Mr. B. Brack Stovall 
Mr. David A. Thompson 
Mr. James L. Thompson 
Mr. Joseph Denny 
Throckmorton 
Mr. Thomas Pete Tucker 
Mr. Lance W. Van de Casde 
Mr. Walter H. Young III 

Class of 1975 

46.1': ol the doss coniiibuied $38,926,00 
Mr. Sidney B. Allen, Jr. 
Mr. Judson C. Anderson 
Mr. Vic Ansley 
Mr. Charles T. Baskervill 
Mr. Samuel Q. Bass, Jr. 
Dr. Hunter C. Bell 
Mr. Robin Paul Benke 
Mr. Charles A. Blanton III 
Mr. Lee F. Brooks 
Mr. Robert W. Carson 
Dr. Henry W. Chappeil, Jr. 
Mr. John G. Clark. Jr. 
Mr. John T. Donne 
Mr. William J. EUiottIV 
Mr. Joseph A. Farmer 
Mr. Paul A. Finn 
Mr. Alexander L, Franklin II 
Mr. Mark M. Freestate 
Dr. Vinston Jerome Goldman 
Mr. Stuart H. Goodwin 
Mr. Boiling C. Goodwyn, Jr. 
Mr. Robert B. Grade 
Mr. G. Scott Graham 
Mr. Bernard S. Groseclose, Jr. 
Mr. Timothy B. Hampton 
Mr. Everett A. Hellmuth III 
Mr. Charles E. Hunter III 
Mr. WiUiam A. Hunter, Jr. 
Dr. Gierm E. Jefferson, Jr. 
Mr. Richard E Jeffrey III 
Mr. Jeffrey C. Jones 
Dr. Samuel M. Jones 
Mr. C. Edwin Keefer III 
Mr. Wdliam C. Keighdey 
Mr. Jeffrey L. Kiefer 
Lt. Col. Dennis Robert 

Lawler, Ret, 
Mr.GeorgePattersonManson,Jr. 
Mr. William B. May Jr. 
Mr. William E. McBramey III 
Mr. James R. Melton 
Mr. Henry R. Miller IV 
Mr. Ashton D. Mitchell III 
Mr. Warren Guy Overstreet III 
Mr. Peter C. Pearson 
Dr. George P. Piros 
Dr. Walter C. Plunkett 



Mr. Kenneth E. Powell 
Mr. John S. Quackenboss 
Mr. Robert R Richardson 
Mr. E. Thomas Rilee III 
The Rev Dr. Michael A. 

Rowland 
Mr. J. Keidi Sands 
Mr. Charles H. Smirh III 
Mr. Howard W. Stracke 
Mr, Richard W. Terry 
Mr. Armistead Traynham, Jr. 
Dr. James B. Tubbs, Jr. 
Mr, Winston A. Turner 
Mr. Howard B. Waters 
Mr. Henn,' S. Winston fV 

Class of 1976 

44,1'. of Ihe doss contributed S67.474.8'l 
Mr. James T Alexander III 
Mr. Shaun C. Anderson 
Mr. Frank C. Bedinger III 
Mr. C. Hunter BencJall 
Dr. William A. Blackman 
Mr. James W Bolton, Jr. 
Mr. William L. Bowles 
Mr. F. Lee Brown, Jr. 
Mr. Timothy T. Brown 
Dr. John E. Brush, Jr. 
Mr. Mark G. Burnette 
Df. W. W. Samuel Buder 
Mr. Donald S. Clarke 
Mr. N. Macon Collier III 
Mr. Donald C. Cournow 
Mr. Richard H. Cutler, Jr. 
Dr. C. William Dabney 
Dr. John P. Delaney 
Mr, Michael L, Duffer 
Mr. C. Thomas Ebel 
Mr. Christopher D. Eib 
Dr. H. Gordon France, Jr. 
Mr. Ernest P. Gates, Jr. 
Mr. R. Gravson Goldsmith 
Dr. HughJ, Haganlll 
Mr. Scott M. Harrington 
Mr. T. Bradley Harris 
Mr. T. Michael Harrison 
Mr. Richard B. Hazlegrove 
Mr. Gregory B. Henderson 
Mr. Robert S. Henderson 
Mr. Philip B. Hereford 
Mr. W Frederick Hicks 
Mr. Richard D. Holcomb 
Mr. Edwin B. Horner III 
Mr. David F. Host, Sr, 
Dr, L, William Irby Jr. 
Mr. F. Allen Itgen 
Mr. R. Alan Johnston 
Rev. Df. Wdliam M. Klein 
Mr. AUie B. Kreger III 
Dr. Thomas F. Leftwich, Jr. 
Mr. R. Gordon Long, Jr. 
Mr. John G. Macfarlane III 
Mr. A. Carter Magee, Jr, 
Mr. Phihp J. McEwen, Jr. 
Mr. John C. Middleton 
Dr. William L. Montague, Jr. 



Dr. Andrew L. Moore, Jr. 

Mr. Ronald L. Moore 

Mr. Gary M. Munsey 

Mr. E. Dawson Nash 

Mr. W Howard Overbey, Jr. 

Mr, WiUiam H. Parrish IV 

Mr. Mark W. Patterson 

Mr. W. David Paxton 

Mr. David D. Person 

Mr. Cruger S. Ragland, Jr. 

Dr. Kenneth H, Roberts 

Mr. Richard O. Royce 

Mr. Robert L. Samuel, Jr. 

Mr. John K. Sanderlin 

Mr. Raymond E. Sanders III 

Mr. Robin A. Saul 

Mr. Marcus C. Scheumann III 

Mr. Lannis N, Selz 

Mr. Martin Manker Sherrod 

Mr. W. C. Sprouse, Jr. 

Mr. Richard C. L. Starke 

Mr. Robert M. Stewart 

Mr. Robert J. Stuckey 

Mr. Edward W Taylor, Jr. 

Mr. Donald W. Thomas 

Mr. Michael W Thomas 

Mr. J, Gray Turtle, Jr. 

Dr. Mark Edward Van Wormer 

Mr. Richard C.Walker, Jr. 

The Hon. Robert B. Wilson V 

Mr. Edward W, Wolcott, Jr. 

Mr. Gary E. Wright 

Class of 1977 

45.3!i of tfie doss contiiboted S54,f02.00 
Mr. Timothy S. Ailsworth 
Mf. William K. Almond 
Mr. R. David Anthony 
Mr. Ira L, Armsrrong III 
Mr. David G. Bannen 
Mr. Stephen E. Baril 
Dr. Michael C. Baughan 
Mr. James R. Belcher, Jr. 
Mr. Lewis C. Bosher 
The Rev. Clyde F. Bowie, Jr. 
Dr. Paul S. Buckman 
Mr. Timothy E. Carpenter 
Mr. John R. Clark III 
Mr. Mark A. Copes 
Mr. W.Scott Cox III 
Mr. Steven A. Curris 
Mr. James K. Dille, Jr. 
Mr. Phillip T. DiStanislao, Jr. 
Mr. W Benton Downer III 
Mr. Darrell T, Drummond 
Mr. Gregory W. Dimcan 
Mr. Michael A. Farrell 
Mr. Carl L. Fletcher, Jr. 
Mr. Frank M. Garrett 
Dr. Clyde M. Garrison III 
Mr. Robert L. Gilliam, Jr. 
Mr. Richard T. Gould 
Mr. Harry S. Greene, Jr. 
Mr. George M. Grizzard 
Mr. Phihp A. Haley 
Mr. David L. Harlow 




Hampden- Sydney College 




Mr. Kevin L. Harris 

Mrs. Kim Stahl Harris 

Mr. James C. S. Holladay 

Mr. Gregory F. Holland 

Mr. Frank L. Home, Jr. 

Mr. William B. Howard 

Mr. Gary D. Hudson 

Dr. Willoughby S. Hundley III 

Mr. Walter M. Jones III 

Dr. LloydJ. Keilamlll 

Mr. Joseph L. King 

Mr. Robert C. Ladd 

Mr. Richard C. Langhorne 

Mr. Douglas B. Lee 

Dr. Larry P. Levin 

Mr. James R. Lewis, Jr. 

Mr. Gary L. Lumsden 

Mr. Dudley H. Marks 

Mr. James D. Ma^on IV 

Mr. E. Judson McAdams, Sr. 

Mr. Richard W.McLain 

Mr. Phillip C. Metcalf 

Dr. James S. Militello 

Mr. David S. Miller 

The Hon. John R. Mitchell, Jr. 

Mr. Peter D. Moore 

Dr. Michael S. Morgan 

Mr. WiUiam L. Pannill 

Dr.WilliamJ. Phipps.Jr. 

Mr. Michael C. Rady 

Mr. D. Scott Robertson 

Mr. Andrew S. Rosenfield 

Mr. Robert S, Schneider 

Mr. Steven L. Singleton 

Mr. Michael A. Smith 

Mr. Robert N. Springer 

Mr. Philip A. Stedfast, Jr. 

Mr. Motte L. Talley 

Mr. John S. Tinsley 

Mr. A. Morris Turner, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas B. Walker 

Mr. Daniel K. Walters 

Mr. Charles W.Ward 

Mr. Michael D. Ward 

Mr.J.WilUaraWatson.Jr. 

Mr. Douglas M. Webb 

Mr. Douglas F. Zier 

Class of 1978 

42.6% of Itie class (ontiibuteii 548,652.05 
Anonymous 
Mr. William L. Abbott 
Mr. A. Macauley Aron, Jr. 
Dr. Philip M. Bayliss 
Mr. David T. Beasley 
Mr. Alexander H. BeU II 
Mr. Scott W. Betglund 
Mr. Richard H. Blank, Jr. 
Mr. Dennis D. Bryant 
Dr. John F. Canter 
Mr. David M. Clough 
Mr. Thomas M. Crowder 
Dr. Barry K. Cutright 
Mr. Jon M. Daly 
Mr. Dabney M. Daniel 
Mr. David B. Darden 



Mr. Richard A. Davis 
Mr. Patrick C. Devine, Jr. 
Mr. Donald R, Dorey 
Mr. Richard E. English 
Mr. Neil P. Farmer 
Mr. Gerald W. Fauth III 
Cmdr. John E. Fidler, D.D.S. 
Mr. Robert Dixon Foster 
Mr. J. Thomas Francis, Jr. 
Mr. Douglas S. Freeman 

-Deceased 
Mr. David H. Gates, Sr. 
Dr. Samuel L. Groseclose 
Mr. Michael S. Harcum 
Mr. J. Sheppard Haw III 
Mr. Thomas M. Heery 
Mr. Joseph B. Heldreth III 
Mr. Horace R. Hicks, Jr. 
Mr. David R Holt 
Mr. RobenB. Huskey.Jr. 
Mr. Robert B. Johnson 
Mr. Todd C. Johnson 
Mr. James Monroe Jones III 
Dr. David A Klein 
Mr. William R. Landreth 
Mr. Gerald E. Laumann 
Mr. Keith W Lewis 
Mr. C. Keith Love 
Mr. Gregory G. Love 
Mr. John E. Mansfield, Jr. 
Mr. Joe V. Menendez 
Mr. William S. Moore 
Mr. Ralph C. Morehead IV 
Mr. Edward V. O'Hanlan 
Mr. Thomas W. Osgood 
Mr. P Tulane Parterson 
Mr. James D. Patton IV 
Mr. J. Fain Peebles 
Mr. Joseph B. Penick 
Mr. Chester D. Porter III 
Mr. William Dehart Redd 
Dr. William Rosenberger II 
Mr. William L. Sager, Jr. 
Mr. R. Garsed Sketchley III 
Mr. Paul English Smith 
Mr. Samuel E. Smith, Jr. 
Mr. John E. Sommers III 
Dr. Frank D. Stoneburner, Jr. 
Mr. John A, Stough, Jr. 
Mr. Richard S. Sutton 
Mr. Charles S. M. Tipton 
Mr. John M. Underwood II 
Mr. Barrye L. Wall 
Dr. Thomas C. Wall 
Mr. Robert H.Whitt, Jr. 
Mr. Robert M. Wilson 
Dr. Edward T Wolanski 

Class of 1979 

32.8!i of Die doss conliibuteif 544.379.48 
Mr. Randall E. Appleton 
Mr. Steven D. Barnhart 
Mr. Michael T. Bermett 
Mr. Thomas R. Bernard 
Mr. Warren L. Birdsong 
Mr. WiUiam D. Blackford 



Mr. B. Elliott Bondurant 

Mr. Gregory E Burnette 

Dr. Robert D. Calcote 

Mr. Donald Dawson Canday 

Mr. John T. H. Carpenter 

Mn Robert C. Clary, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas C. G. Coyle, Jr. 

Mr. E. Hatcher Crenshaw III 

Mr. John G. Eagan, Jr. 

Mr. Richard P. Epperson II 

Mr. John G. Face 

Mr. Richard A. Farmar III 

Mr. Gregory W Feldmaim 

Mr. James D. Ferguson 

Mr. Craig A. Folio 

Mr. Gar)-W. Fralin 

Mr. Thomas E. Goode 

Mr. Robert V. Hatcher III 

Mr. Carter W. Hotchkiss 

Mr. Stephen L. Hughey 

The Hon. Thomas M. Jackson, 

Jr. 
Mr. Kenneth M. Johnston 
Mr. Philander Kelsey 
Mr. Erik A. Koroneos 
Dr. Carl D. Laughlin 
Mr. Gordon C. Lee 
Dr. Joseph A. Leming 
The Rev. David J. Lucey 
Mr. Joseph P. Marchetti, Jr. 
Dr. John A. Martin, Jr. 
Mr. J. Moore McMahon 
Mr. W Sheppard Miller UI 
Mr. G. Michael Pace, Jr. 
Mr. Ray M. Paul, Jr. 
Mr. John Maynard Power 
Mi. Joseph C. Richardson 
Mr. William F. Sevmour IV 
Mr. Walter R Smith III 
Mr. Peter W Squire, Jr. 
Mr. Joseph D. Thornton 
Dr. Peter R. Watson 
The Hon. Larry D. Willis 
Mr. Gerald F. Willman, Jr. 

Class of 1980 

37.3'= of *e doss eonnibuled 523,990.50 
Dr. Michael F. Ackermann 
Mr. James Ervin Adams III 
Mr. James M. Alexander III 
Dr. Jeffre)- A. Alloway 
Mr. Philip B. Baker 
Mr. Herbert H. Bateman, Jr. 
Mr. Kevin Lee Beale 
Mr. Marcellus J. Best, Jr. 
Mr. W Denis Brown V\' 
Mr. George C. Buchanan 
Mr. F. Tucker Burge 
Mr. John D. Burke 
Mr. Herbert J. Buder, Jn 
Mr. Brian M. Caim 
Mr. Richard E. Cash 
Mr. D. Wayne Claybrook 
Mr. John E. Corey 
Dr. Robert Y. Cox 
Mr. Charles M. Dietz, Jr. 



Mr. Ralph W.Dodd 
Mr. Barton L. Floyd 
Mr. Thomas A. Garner 
Dr. Robert E. Grover 
Mr. William E. Hardy 
Mr. C. Mathew Ho^, Jr. 
Mr. George A. Horkan III 
Mr. LeighPHufF,Jr. 
Mr. David K. Johnston 
Mr. J. Matthew Kasun 
Mr. Trent S. Kerns 
Mr. Jerome E. Laux 
Mr. William C. Leach 
Mr. Clark W.Litde 
Mr. Christopher S. Long 
The Rev. Timothy S. Maxa 
Mr. W. Overton McGehee 
Mr. Robert C. Modlin 
Mr. John S. Molster 
Dr. Mark J. Morris 
Mr. W. Randolph Nexsen 
Mr. Edward Owens 
Mr. Mark W. Parterson 
Mr. James R Richards 
Mr. Owen L. Schmm III 
Mr. Stewart M. Sigler 
Mr. Timothy A. Smith 
Mr. J. Randolph Stokes 
Mr. G. Spencer Talley, Jr. 
Dr. Waring Trible, Jr. 
Mr. James W. Utt, Jr. 
Mr. David Paul Watson 
Mr. James T Wa)t 
Dr. Edward G. Whealton, Jr. 
Mr. D. Rick)' Wyatt 
Mr. Mark E. Yates 
Mf. Joseph M. Ziglar, Jr. 

Class of 1981 

36.2=! ol Ifie doss (onmtaed 534,733.32 
Mr. George G. BaU III 
Mr. Edward F. Brown 
Mr. Sergio Capocelli 
Mr. William h. Carrington 
Mr. Thomas Y. Catlett 
Mn Christopher E. Caton 
Mr. Thomas M. Davis 
Mr. William S. Driskill 
Mr. A. Michael Edwards 
Mr. Sam D. Eggleston III 
Mr. Paul T. Emerick 
Mr. Stephen D. Farthing 
Dr. R. Michael Fay 
Mr. David H. Fletcher 
Mr. Wdliam L. Freeman 
Mn Tracy W. Gammon 
Mr. Michael Lee Guim 
Mr. Gregory J. Haley 
Mr. WiUiam E. Harrison 
Dr. David E Huddle 
Mr. Daniel A. Huskey 
Mr. William D. Jones 
Mr. William Andrew Karo 
Mr. John C. KeesUng 
Dn Douglas R. Lawler II 
Mr. J. Boiling Lewis III 



Mr. W Martin Long II 
Dr. R. Kevin Mahoney 
Mn George D. Norrington 
Mr. Richard C. Parker 
Mr. Lowell H. Patterson III 
Mr. David L. Porterfield 
Mr. Michael A Rhea 
Mr. John R Rhodes 
Dr. R. Douglas Ross 
Dr. Jon R. Schoonover 
Mr. J. Slade Screven 
Mr. Robert J. Shepherd 
Lt. Col. L. Rucker Snead III 
Mr. Roben E. Snidow 
Mr. Christopher M. Sriebel 
Mr. R. Lawrence Stutts 
Mr. Loon-Kar Tan 
Mr. James Christian 

Thompson, Jr. 
Dr. 5. Craig Vranian 
Mr. Richard L. Ware 
Mr. James B. Weaver 
Dr. David J. West 
Mr. Thomas E Wilcox 
Dr. F. Taylor Wootton III 

Class of 1982 

43.9'5 of tfK doss comAuted 536,334.76 
Mn Thomas E. Adkins, Jn 
Mr. David C. Ansell 
Mr. E. Bennett Atwill 
Mr. Blake P. Auchmoody, Jr. 
Mr. Edward E. Blake 
Mr. Philip E Bleser 
Mr. Michael A, Brogan 
Dr. Corydon B. Butler, Jr. 
Mr. W^ilham S. Cain 
Mr. W Keith Cannady 
Mr. Tony M. Canody 
Mr. William H. Carr 
Dr. Theodore P. Chambers 
Mr. Michael R. Chevalier 
Mr. Thomas S. Cottrell 
Mn William B. Crenshaw 
Mn Hugh C. Cunningham III 
Mr R Bryan David 
Dr. David W. Donovan 
Mn Brian H. Dunbar 
Mn Nelson H. C. Fisher 
Mn Richard G. GerlofF 
Mr John L. Gibson III 
Mn Joseph P. Gillach 
Mn Scott C. Goodman 
Mn Curtis D. Gordon 
Mn E Bradley Gray, Jr 
Mn William E. Green, Jn 
Mn David E. Gunter 
Mn James B. Gurley, Jn 
Mn D. Richard Harris II 
Mn David Samuel 

Hollingsworth, Jn 
Dn Edmond A. Hooker 
Mn NeU D. Huffinan 
Mn Gavin D. Jeffs 
Mn Alexander Ranlett Jordan 
Mn Lewis D. Kellev, Jn 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001 -2002 



Mr. Bernard Gould Kirkpatrick 


Dr. Ralph D. Hellams, Jr. 


Mr. William H. LeCompte 


Mr. Duran R Holton 


Dr. Rich.vd R Leggett 


Mr. Robert A. Hoover III 


Mr. Walter J. Maione. Jr. 


Mr. James S. Howell 


Mr. Lewis B. McClung 


Mr. Mark T. lones 


Mr. Thomas G. McClung 


Mr. C. MarkKeil)- 


Mr. Brvant C. McGann 


Mr. David F. King, Jr. 


Mr. Charles V. McPhillips 


Mr. Jeffrey A. Kroll 


Mr. Scott F. Miller 


Mr. William J. Martin V 


Mr. Thomas H. Miller 


Mr. Denis J. McCarthy 


Mr. Joseph K. Morgan 


Dr. Timothy G. McGarry 


Dr. Richard A. Morrisett 


Mr. Michael E Mullen 


Mr. Robert T. Newcomb 


Dr. Louis E. Nelsen III 


Mr. W. Crenshaw 


Mr. Neal A. Nichols 


Ne\%Tnan I\'' 


Mr. Joseph A. Nicholson, Jr. 


Mr. F. Barret Nermann 


Mr. WiUiam W Patterson III 


Mr. Charles G. Oakes 


Mr. E. Stiles Peabody III 


Mr. Jon A. Pace 


Mr. Bradford S. Pfeifer 


Mr. RajTTiond D. Parks 


Mr. Carl J. Roncaglione, Jr. 


Mr. David R. Phillips 


Mr. W. Tyler Shands 


Mr. Randy W. Reed 


Mr. Ke%in L. Slattum 


Mr, Robert Worthington 


Mr. Jeffre\' M. Stedfast 


Remick 


Mr. E Nash Strudwick II 


Mr. W. Jeffre>' Roberts 


Mr. Brian Sutherland Thomas 


Dr. Frederick M. Robinson 


Dr. Scott A. Vander Vennet 


Dr. David E. Ross 


Mr. Branch W.Vincent 111 


Mr. Richard \I. Rummel 


Mr. John S. ^X-Tiite 


Mr. D. Lindsay Russell 


Mr. Stuart R Wilbourne 


Mr. WiUiam A. SheUy 


Dr. Martin C. Wilson 


Mr. WiUiam S. Smithers 111 




Mr. Stephen M. Stackhouse 


Class of 1984 


Mr. Robert Pahner Stickle\' III 


34.8- oi if. cte (oniiiulEd 524,885.00 


Mr. H.Shands Taylor III 


Mr. Charles E. Agee III 


Mr. James C. Taylor III 


Mr. Steven T. Alexander 


Mr. Thomas D. Thalman 


Mr. Christopher C. Aluzer 


Mr. Sean D. Wallace 


Mr, David A, Arias 


Mr. Mark M. J. Webb 


Mr. Allen C. Blow 



Class of 1983 

40.4-: of te doss cootited 543,936.90 
Mr. Thomas R. Atkinson 
Mr. James BurweU Ault 
Mr. Charles W. Best III 
Mr. Joe K. N. Boafo 
Mr. Frank Kennon Borden, Jr. 
Mr. Robert E. Brailsford 
Mr. Edmimd M. Cameron III 
Mr. Robert H. Camp 
Mr. Fred L. CampbeU III 
Mr. Da\id A, Collins 
Mr. Anthony B. Conte 
Mr. F. Andrew Cook III 
Dr. George F. Craft II 
Mr. Christopher H. Daly 
Mr. John C. Dickinson 
Mr. James Dufiy' 
Mr. Brian S. Dyer 
Mr. Louis D. Farina, Jr. 
Mt K. Scott Fife 
Mr. Franklin Y. Geho 
Mr. Robert C. Gentry 
Mr. W. Duncan Gibbs III 
Mr. Roger A. Glover III 
Mr. Robert T)Tee Greene, Jr. 
Mr. H. Hirer Harris III 
Mr. Benjamin R, Harvey, Jr. 



Mr. John M. Burge III 

Mr. Thomas C. Burroughs 

Mr. Andrew H. Clifford 

Mr. William C. Cozan 

Mr. Claiborne W. Craddock II 

Mr. Hunter E. Craig 

Mr. Roben T. DuPuis, Jr. 

Mr. Nathanael C. Evans 

Mr. Todd S. Farrand 

Mr. Richard D. Foley 

Mr. James G. Gamble V 

Mr. Alan F. Garrison 

Mr. Alfred H. Garvey, Jr. 

Dr. Robert W. Given 

Mr. Randolph C, HarreU 

Mr. Joseph W, Hatchett, Jr. 

Mr. David N. Heaton 

Dr. Robert B. Houska 

Mr. Brian P. Jeter 

Mr. Lawrence O. Jonak 

Dr. David F. Jones 

Mr. Lynwood W. Lewis, Jr. 

Mr. WiUiam E. Linden III 

Dr. Kenton L. Mackey 

Mr. Robert P. Martin 

Mr. R. Marthew McGee 

Mr. John G. Mcjimkin 

Mr. James F. Moseley, Jr. 

Mr. A. Alan Nolan 



Mr. Troy W. Nottingham 

Mr. R. bee Novak, Jr. 

Mr. Philip E, Paulette 

Mr, Brian W Peabody 

Mr, R, Jeffrey Peterson 

Mr, Virginius S, Pittman II 

Dr, Frank S, Powell 

Mr, Jeffrey R. Richardson 

Dr, Thomas J, Robertson, Jr, 

Mr, Charles A, Roest 

Mr. Francis D. Rosenberger II 

The Rev. T. Field Russell 

Dr. Andrew R. Sager 

Mr. Joseph B. Sheppard 

Mr. Timothy D. Siviter 

Mr. R. Mark Slaydon 

Mr. L. Norfleet Smith. Jr. 

Mr. Arthur H. Sperr)' 

Mr. Paul D. Stancs 

Mr. J. Scott Thomas 

Mr. Alexander H. Ware 

Mr. Harr)' H. Warner, Jr. 

Mr. Thomas U. Warren 

Mr. Drew Waterbury 

Mr. Todd A. Weinert 

Mr David H.White, Jr. 

Class of 1985 

35.3^. ol ttie doss (ontiibuted S28,l 48.88 

Mr. Eric E. Apperson 

Dr. Stephen A. Asam 

Mr. John E. BasUone 

Mr. Peter A. Batten 

Mr. David W. Blankenship 

Mr. Gary W. Boswick 

Mr. L. Dickerson Bragg 

Mr. Gregorj' Alan Brandt 

Mr. Warren C. Brarmon, Jr. 

Mr. Brian E. Brotzman 

Mr. William A. Brown, Jr. 

Dr. Alton E. Bryant III 

Mr. BracUey H. Gary 

Mr. Harrison L. Clark 

Mr. Charles R. Cochran 

Mr. W Mark Conger 

Mr. Peter S. Dent 

Mr. Edward Allen Dickenson 

Mr. Robert S. Diecz 

Mr. Robert M. Duke 

Mr. A. Pendleton DuPuis 

Mr. D. Kirk Edens 

Dr. John K. Evert 

Mr. Kevin B. Farina 

Dr, WUliam H, Fanhing, Jr, 

Mr, J, Scott Finney 

Mr, H. Todd Flemming 

Mr. W Toriran Flint 

Mr. John A, Gant 

Mr. James D. Gibson 

Mr. Richard S. Godsey 

Mr. Matthew G. Hankins 

Mr. Phillip A. Hess 

Mr. Thomas A. Hickman, Jr. 

Mr. John W. HoUoweU, Jr. 

Mr. William J. Hubbard 

Mr. Eric H. KeUey 



Mr. Clyde B. Kelly 
Mr. C. Burke King 
Mr William C, Knox 111 
Mr, Robert R, Lawson 
Mr, Geoffrey J, Lewis 
Mr, Christopher T McGee 
Mr, Jay D, Mitchell 
Mr, Paul C. Nunn-ally 
Mr. Kevin S. O'Rourke 
Dr. Kurt M. Obeck 
Mr. Kenneth G. Pankey, Jr. 
Mr. W. Banks Peterson, Jr. 
Mr. Joseph J. Pierce 
Dr. Peter R. Quarles 
Mr. Allan A. Sanders 
Dr. David B. Simmons 
Dr. Harry E. Spalding 
Mr. Peter B. Strickland 
Mr, Philip A, Suazo 
Mr John Ed Tankard III 
Mr Donald W, Thomson 
Mr, Raleigh A, TroviUion 
Mr, William L,Usnik,Jr, 
Mr, Timothy P Veith 
Mr, J, David Walker 
Mr, A, RusseU Watson 
Mr, Berkeley W, Young 
Mr, P, Bradford Young 

Class of 1986 

34.2'. of Itie doss contributed S22,01 7.50 

Dr. Patrick K. Anonick 

Mr. Timothy E. Ashman 

Dr. K. Drew Baker 

Mr WJUam R. Bettendorf 

Dr. Tony C. Carnes 

Mr, Bruce A. Carney 

Dr, John R, Caruso 

Mr. J. Charles CoUie 

Mr. Stephen M. Coyle 

Mr. Brian F. Crotty 

Mr. Graham C, Daniels 

Mr, Randy S, Davis 

Mr, John G, Dickenson, Jr, 

Mr, J, Tyler Dinsmore 

Mr, John M, A. Donelson 

Mr. Warren E Dumford 

Lt. Dean Lloyd Firing 

Mr. John D. Flory 

Mr. Edward W. Gamble IV 

Mr, Salvatore Giannetti III 

Mr, Bret S, Grieves 

Mr, Andrew Edward Gross 

Mr, John A. Giu-kin III 

Mr, J, Haywood Hardin 

Mr, Forrest S. Higginbotham 

Mr, David Whitehead Hobbs 

Mr. Thomas B. HoblitzeU 

Mr. Irvin G. Horner. Jr. 

Mr. Ross A. Hotchkiss III 

Mr. WilUam L. Hughes 

Mr. Timothy K. Jordan 

Mr. Gary L. Kessler 

Mr. Charles E. Kimbrough 

Mr. Douglas M. King 

Mr. Robert E. Lee V 



Mr, David Legg 
Mr, George A, Light 
Mr, Donn E, Marshall 
Mr John R, McGhee, Jr. 
Mr. Edward W, McKinney 
Mr, Charles Wilson McNeelylV 
Mr, Charles F, Miller 
Mr, Daniel R Miller 
Mr, Kevin R. MitcheU 
Mr. E. Winston Morris, Jr. 
Mr G. Linwood Parsons III 
Mr. William S. D, Read 
Mr, Benjamin E, Robinson 
Mr, John W Robinson III 
Major Steven Michael Sharp, 

USAF, MD 
Dr, Michael E, States 
Mr, Daryl W, Taylor 
Mr. Jeffrey Brent Taylor 
Mr Daniel A. Terry, Sr. 
Mr. PhUip R. Trapani, Jr. 
Mr. Samuel K. Wallace, Jr. 
Mr. Harvey L. Warnick, Jr. 
Mr. G. Randolph Webb, Jr. 
Mr, Ros R. Willis 
Mr. Davis S. Wrinkle 
Mr. W. James Young 
Mr. William T. Ziglar 

Class of 1987 

36.4'.l of liie doss contnbuted $35,352.77 

Mr.W. KirbyArnall 

Mr. Peyton W, Artz 

Mr, James L. Banning 

Mr, Joseph F, Barnes III 

Mr. William E. Barr 

Mr. ChurchUl R Brown III 

Mr. David C. Brown 

Mr. Courtney W. CampbeU 

Mr. Robert K. Citrone 

Mr. Ashby W. Coleman 

Mr. Eric M. Cotts 

Mr. Richard W Davis, Jr, 

Mr Laurence M, Dickinson 

Mr, James David Diggs 

Mr, Richard W, Eggleston 

Mr. Timothy C. EUer 

Dr. George E. Fahy III 

Dr. John V. Fenice 

Mr. Harrison Moncure Geho 

Mr. Daniel T Gore 

Mr. Andrew T, Gray 

Mr, Phillip M,Heflin,Jr, 

Mr, W, Scott Heidler 

Mr, WiUiam C. Henry, Jr, 

Mr Richard Keith Hope 

Mr. John B. Hylton 

Mr. W, Borden James 

Mr. J. Kendall Killgore 

Mr. Parrick H. Kirchmier 

Mr. Robert R Kline 

Mr. Mark Allen Lasyone 

Mr. Jeffrey E. Lee 

Dr. Wayne B. Lucas 

Mr. Michael D. Lyster 




Hampden- Sydney College 



B 



Mr. Michael Francis McInnTc 

III 
Mr. E. Lombard Morgan, Jr. 
Mr. Anthony P. Morris 
Mr. Michael E. Neal 
Mr. Charles Dee O'Dell II 
Mr. Thomas M. Parrish 
Mr. Robert J. Partin, Sr. 
Mr. Caperton D. Putt 
Dr. Matthe\v W. Robertson III 
Dr. John E.Sadler III 
Mr. Richard H. Schofield 
Mr. John Banks SeweU HI 
Mr. Charles J. Smith 
Mr. Han'ard B. Smith 
Mr. Hawes C. Spencer 
Mr. S. Neil Stout 
Lt. Christopher P. Stuart 
Mr. Peter M. Swan 
Mr. Daniel D. Tafel 
Dr. J. Bradley Tern- 
Mr. Harn' B. Thompson IV 
Mr. PatJ M. Thompson, Jr. 
Mr. Da\id B. Troner 
Mr. John H. Turner III 
Mr. George Robert Waldrop IV 
Mr. Erik S. Walter 
Mr. Gregor}' A. Warner 
Mr. T.Ashby Watts rV 

Class of 1988 

33"i of Ifie doss (tinliibutai SI 05.3V0.05 
Dr. Michael Arnz 
Mr. Michael R. Barke 
Mr. Craig E. Beckler 
Mr. Brett P. Bennett 
Mr. Robert E. Boydoh, Jr. 
Mr. Bryan Lee Brendle 
Mr. Eric J. Brinsfield 
Mr. John B. Brinson IV 
Mr. C. Paul Chalmers 
Mr. M. Deane Cheatham III 
Mr. Michael Barry Chenault 
Mr. Mark A. Citrone 
Mr. Steven S. Cooper 
Mr. Tmiothy P. Corbett 
Dr. Christopher J. C)'phers 
Mr. E. Adams Darden IV 
Mr. Beverly M. Davis 
Mr. Brian J. Da\'is 
Mr. Sean M. Dawkins 
Mr. J. Forrester DeBm-s III 
Dr. E Carl Derrick III 
Mr. Graham T. Dozier 
Mr. Anthony P. Farina 
Mr. Glenn A. Fink 
Mr. Frank W. Friedman 
Mr. Christopher G. Fulghum 
Mr. Roderick M. Gardner 
Mr. Thomas B. Gates 
Mt. Gerald Palfer)- Gillespy 
Mr. Jesse F. Coins III 
Mr. Elmore Scort Hall 
Mr. Harold M. Harris, Jr. 
Mr. Philip T. Hickman 
Mr. Harlan L. Horton 



Major C. Patrick Howard 

Mr. Edward A. Hunt III 

Mr. Jeffrey L. Jackson 

Mr. Daniel H. Joseph 

Mr. A'lichael E Kehoe 

Mr. Roger H.W.Kirby 

Mr. David J. LaChapelle 

Mr. Monte Lehmkuhler 

Mr. John W. Maloney 

Mr. Craig L. Massey 

Mr. William A Middleton, Jr. 

Mr. S. A. Britten Neal 

Mr. Tayloe N. Negus 

Mr. Daniel Lee Newell 

Mr. Sean E Oberle 

Mr. Frank C. Page 

Mr. H. Stephen Perl 

Mr. Henrj'R. Pollard V 

Mr. Charles Lee Potts 

Mr. Samuel S. Proctor 

Dr. Alexander George 

Rabchevsk}' 
Mr. J. Christopher Schoen 
Mr. Steven W. Schrom 
Dr. A. Douglas Spitalny 
Ivlr. John P. Taylor, Jr. 
Mr. Joseph M. Teefey, Jr. 
Mr. Edward C. Thomas IV 
Mr. Harr)' P. Umberger 
Mr. Christopher R, Welch 
Mr. Christopher M. Wilkinson 
Mr. Todd V. Williams 
Mr. Richard C. Wilt III 
Dr. Warner R. Winbome 

Class of 1989 

3J=: of ttie doss miiibutBd 555,025.55 
Mr. EHobbsAlHson,Jr. 
Mr. Marc A. Allocca 
Dr. Matthew L. Areford 
Mr. Alexander Amz 
Mr. Ralph W.Baker, Jr. 
Mr. Frank A. Bates III 
Mr. KirkA.Bolle 
Mr. Brian P. Cassidy 
Mr. WiUiam G. Chapman 
Mr. Aldo E. Chavez, Jr. 
Mr. Geoffre)- S. Christ 
Mr. Justin W. Cole 
Mr. Jeffrey S. Collins 
Mr. Timothy M. Curtin 
Mr. J. Rex DaWs 
Mr. John P Delnegro 
Mr. F. Colin Durham. Jr. 
Mr. Charles E. Echols, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas D. Evans 
Mr. Samuel W. Finney 
Mr. Mason S. Flinn 
Mr. David R. Foreman, Jr. 
Mr. Daxfid P. Gerber 
Mr. Patrick N. Gedein 
Dr. Evan George Gliptis 
Mr. Read F. Goode, Jr. 
Mr. Walter Lee Grubb III 
Mr. Fred E. Hamlin UI 
Mr. Charles D. Harman III 



Mr. Marion Peebles Harrison 
Mr. John C. Hopewell 
Mr. John M. Hopper 
Mr. Robert L. Ireland, Jr. 
Mr. Daniel A. Jenkin 
Mr. L. Bradley Johnson 
Mr. Thomas C. Johnson 
Mr. Gregor}' E. Jones 
Dr. Christopher Keeley 
Mr. Arthur H. Kreienbaum, 

III 
Mr.JeflFR.LaVangie 
Mr. Clark L. LeBknc 
Dr. Michael K. Leonard, Jr. 
Mr. Hugh C. A. MacLean 
Mr. Douglas E. Maddox 
Mr. Phihp E. Mankins 
Mr. DaNid C. Mason 
Mr. Richard C. McEvoy, Jr. 
Mr. WiUiam R. McGuire 
Mr. Daniel C. McMullen 
Mr. James H. McVe)' 
Mr. James W. Mercer, Jr. 
Mr. Jonathan David Mize 
Mr. Michael E. Moore 
Mr. John B. Morton III 
Dr. J. Jarrett Moss 
Mr. J. Christopher Nafizger 
Mr. Perer Jonathan Neville 
Mi. C. L. EUinger O'Brien D 
Mr. Timothy M. O'Keeffe 
Mr. D. Eraser Orr, Jr. 
Mr. Gordon E. Parker, Jr. 
Mr. Paul E. Pisano 
Mr. Christopher W Powell 
Mr. Charles W. Prj'or IH 
Mr.JakeRasorm' 
Dr. John N. Richardson 
Mr. Steven M. Riddle 
Mr. C. Saunders Roberson, Jr. 
Mr. R. Kinckle Robinson 
Mr. Stanford L. Southworth 
Mr. Gre^orj' L. Taylor 
Mr. P. Thomas Thurmond 

m 

Mr. Jack R. von Maur HI 

Mr. DaN-id B. Weiss 

Mr. Bruce Daniel Wenger 

Mr. Thomas H. Whiteley 

Mr. Philhp Lee Wilhams 

Mr. Mark T.Wright 

Mr. George W. Yurgairis, Jr. 

Class of 1990 

32.6S of liie dES comibulBd 519,366.34 

Mr. Al™ M. Allen 

Mr. Carlos A. Alvarenga III 

Major Robert B. Babcock 

Mr. J. Scott Benton 

Mr. Brannon T Brewer 

Mr. Scott C. Brooks 

Mr. Thomas M. Browdcr III 

Mr. Da\'id P. Brown 

Mr. Michael Scott Brown 

Mr. David W. Brj-ant 

Mr. Rudolph Bumgardner IV 



A'ir. Gamett Williamson B)Td Mr. 

Mr. W. Paul Conrad UI ' Mr. 

Mr. John E Cook ID Mr. 

Mr. Joseph W Codin III Mr. 

Mr. James R. Dillon HI Mr. 

Mr. J. Michael Donckers II Mr. 

Mr. Herben T. Dom Mr. 

Mr. Paul J. Downey Mr. 

Captain Mark K. duBose Mr. 

A-Ir. ^Andrew M. Duke Mr. 

Dr. Richard IC Dunn Mr. 

Mr. Howard W. Eckstein Mr. 

A-Ir. Thomas Roland Mr. 

Edwards, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. A. Russell Elmore, Jr. Mr. 

^ir. Charles M. Eschinger Mr. 

Mr. Mark P. Falls Dr. 

Mr. J. Donald Gr^g, Jr. Mr. 

Captain Alton Lame Mr. 

G\valtney III Mr. 

Mr. Ra\inond L. Hampton Mr. 

Mr. Jeffi"ev A. Harris Mr. 

Mr. L. .Mien Herrington, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. Darid L. Hobbs Mr. 

Mr. Todd Aaron Horslej' Mr. 

Mr.AlanH. Hulvey xMr. 

Mr. G. Todd Joyce Mr. 

Mr. .Alexander Z. Kroustalis Mr. 

Mr. DanielJ. Kungl Mr. 

Ml. John M. Kuper Mr. 

Mr. Robert C. Latimer HI Mr. 

Dr. Thomas S. La\Ton Mr. 

A'Ir. Christian D. Marthinson A-Ir. 

Mr. Scott A. McKain Mn 

Mr. SUas C. McMeekin III Mr. 

The Rev Phihp W Oehler Mr. 

Mr. Michael A. Page Mr. 

Mr. John Jen}' Pappas Mr. 

iVlr. Edmund E Pearce III Mr. 

Mr. L. Da™ Phaup HI Mr. 

Mr. Derek E. Plerch Mr. 

Mr. Robert E. Prather Mr. 

Mr. Chester C. Rhodes Mr. 

Mr. Douglas Alan Selzer Dr. 

Mr. Richard A. Staab Mr. 

Mr. Eric Ste\vard Dr. 

Mr. Roben Francis Mr. 

Stockhausen. Jr. Mr. 

Dr. W. Scon Street W Mr. 

Mr. Paul C. Venable R' Mr. 

Mr. Taylor S.Walker Mr. 

Mr. David S. Wallace Mr. 

Dr. G. Chffbrd Walton Mr. 

Mr. Stephen K. Waskej' Mr. 

Mr. James R. Wilkins lU Mr. 

Mr. Thomas C. Wilson III Mr. 

Mr. William Page Wilson, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. Kirk A. Zambetti Mr. 
Mr. 

Class of 1991 Mr. 

33.4-:i!fitKdiBOTri>jtE(lS14368i0 Mr. 

Mr. William P. Allison Mr. 

Mr. Y.t\m L. Arrington Mr. 

Mr. B. Thompson Ball Mr. 

Mr. Stephen D. Bear Mr. 

Mr. James E Bebeau Mr. 



Charles S. Beemus 
Robert C. Beverly 
F. Lewis Biggs 
Blake H. Bh-rfie 
R. Morgan Bray 
Br.'an E. Burcher 
Wilham T Buder UI 
Joseph Scott Caldwell IV 
Michael J. Citrone 
Charles M. Cleland 
Gardner E. Cobb III 
Barr)' Bruce Conrad IT 
Paul A. Coudert 
Can' H. Darden 
K. Christopher Darnell 
Wilham Jones deButts III 
Ke\'in L. Dixon 
J. Fielding Douthat, Jt. 
John D. Dove 10 
Dale P. Ennis 
J. David Ewing 
Matthew J. Farina 
James C. Feliciano 
J. WiUiam FerreU W 
Stephen R. Fore 
Earl Dattd Grubbs, Jr. 
E Benjamin Harrison 
Michael C. Hartman 
Glen C. HasUng 
Harris M. Ha^Tiie 
Jon A'lichael HoUand 
Finle\' C. Holmes, Jr. 
R. Edward L. Holt IV 
Michael T. Hubbard 
Michael C. Hughes 
Kemp N. Hunt, Jr. 
Roben Hurt 
Da\'id A. Ingram 
Cla\ton W. James 
N'lichael Scott Jones, Sr. 
Brian W Kreider 
DaWd N. LeGault 
C. Scott LeHew 
Roben F. Lemen 
James S. Livermon III 
Jonathan E. Marston 
LawTence H. Martin HI 
James J. McGrady 
Jonathan L. McGiadv 
Mark .A. iViilam 
Roben Field Moorman 
Patrick D. Mulquin 
John W. Myers IV 
\Uchael A. O'MaUey 
J. Michael Parkerson 
RusseU V. Parrish, Jr. 
I. \Iichael Parsons 
ViUiam C. Pitt W 
Braxton B. Pollard 
Brent W. Railev' 
Carter C. Redd 
J. Wdliam Reid, Jr. 
Milton P Reid III 
Charles Conrad Rickers III 
Lewis A. Robinson 
Thomas J. Robinson 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001 -2002 



Mr. Todd A. Rodriguez 
Mr. Charles G. Rosemond I\' 
Mr. J. Ranson Roussel 
Mr. L. Stephen Satchell 
Mr. Thomas R. Schroeder 
Mr. G. Burton Short 
Mr. Charles Warner 
Sommardahl, Jr. 
Mr. M. ^Mester Spears 
Mr. Philip D. Spessard 
Mr. David M. Thomason 
Mr. George M. Trible IV 
Dr. Robert C. Wade 
Mr. Keith H. Wads\vorth 
Mr. Murray M. Wadsworth, jr. 
Mr. John E Ware III 
Mr. Miles C. WHUams 
Mr. R. Douglass Yoimg 

Class of 1992 

34.9s of Its doss cmlAulal SI 9,042.00 
Dr. Mahdi M. Abu-Omar 
Mr. William R. Airman 
Mr. Sabat E Barber 
Mr. John S. Barrow 
Mr. T. Scort Beckman 
Mr. Peter C. Bennett, Jr. 
Mr. Brian D. Bemas 
Mr. Aaron C. Besheais 
Mr. Carl H. Bivens 
Captain R. DwaNTie Bo%v\'er 
Mr. Leo J. M.Boyd 
Mr. Charles P. Brin 
Mr. Marc A. Brown 
Mr. ShawTi D. Brown 
Mr. James T. CaU 
Jvlr. Robert A. Campbell 
Mr. Fitzhugh Lee Cantrell 
Mrs. Eunice W. Car^^ile 
Mr. Howard G. Clay 
Mr. Michael S. Comerford 
Mr. Eskridge van Naarden 

Culver 
Mr. W. Keith Davis 
Mr. R. Foster deButts 
Mr. Thomas M. Dickinson III 
Mr. Edward A. Dictmar 
Mr. Troy E. Drafion 
Mr. Stephen M. Driscoll 
Mr. Rand M. DuPriest 
Mr. William H. English, Jr. 
Mr. Floyd X Fallen, Jr. 
Mr. Jeremy D. Pass 
Mr. P. Mahood Fonville, Jr. 
Mr. J. Cabell Fooshe 
Mr. Matthew J. Ford 
Mr. Chapin A. Frazee 
Mr. Andrew W. Freitas 
Mr. Richard L Gann 11 
Mr. John C. Garber, Jr. 
Mr. James B. Glenn 11 
Mr.J.W. FrankHaner,Jr. 
Mr. Troy M. Hanna 
Mr. Gaston C. Harris HI 
Mr. Jefirev' A. Harrison 
Mr. Michael Craig Hayes 



Mr. Cecil W. Hickam 111 Mr. 

Mr. Alan J. Hiss Dr. 

Mr. George M. Howe 111 Mr. 

Dr. J. David Himgarland Mr. 

Mr. Brian A. Irving Mr. 

Mr. Sage Brannon Johnson Mr. 

Mr. H. Giles Jones Mr. 

Mr. Michael Duane Jones Mr. 

Mr. Scott G. Kerridge Mr. 

Mr. Jeffrey A. Ketron Mr. 

Mr. Mario J. Kokolis Mr. 

Mr. Thomas R. Layer Mr. 

Mr. Warren R. Liptok, Jr. Mr. 

Dr. Michael Byrne Litdeton Mr. 

Mr. Thomas J. Mallis Mr. 

Mr. WiUiam E. Mansfield III Mr. 

Mr. Carter H. McEnure Mr. 

Mr. Douglas P. Meeks Mr. 

Dr. William N. Moore Dr. 

Mr. Todd Moose Dr. 

Mr. Harrv-A-Mullenlll Mr. 

Mr. David S. Naismith Mr. 

Mr. Barr)- Q. Nichols Mr. 

Mr. Alexander D. Norden Mr. 

Mr. George W. Norris, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. Daniel S. Owen Mr. 

Mr. Jeffrev' C. Paris Mr. 

Mr. Clunet H. Pert)-john III Mr. 

Dr. WiUiam Allan Rees Mr. 

Mr. David Dean Mr. 

Robinson-Slemp Mr. 

Mr. C. David Runnels III Mr. 

Mr. Gary Scardina Mr. 

Mr. R. Brooks Scurry III Mr. 

Mr. Jeffre)' L. Shaw Mr. 

Dr. R. Reed Skaggs Mr. 

Mr. John Webb Tyler Smith Mr. 

Mr. Kevin E. Smith Mr. 

Mr. Peter V. Smith Mr. 

Mr. William W. Stanfield III Mr. 

Mr. Jackson W. Tarver III Mr. 

Mr. Bradlev' B. Teague Mr. 

Mr. Matthew J. Tucker Mr. 

Mr. Russell D. Turner Mr. 
Mr. T George Underwood, Jr. Mn 

Mr. RavTnond J. Veno, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. Roger D. Wanen, Jr. Mr. 
Mr. Matthew B. Whitaker 

Mr. Keidi S. Whyte Mr. 

Mr. Stephen B. Wilkins Mr. 

Mr. John M. Zell Mr. 
Mr. 

Class of 1993 Mr. 

30.7=1 otitic doss contiiboted SI 1,940.79 Mr. 

2nd Lt. John M. Acken, Jr. Mr. 

Dr. John D. Aiken III Mr. 

Mr. Richard Y. Atlee, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. Paul G. Babb Mr. 

Mr. C. Porter Banister, Jr. Mr. 

Mr. HardtW. Bing Mr. 

Mr. E. Ward Blakely Jr. Mr. 

Mr. Robert W. Brinson Mr. 

Mr. David L. Britt Mr. 
Mr. William R. Carpenter IV 
Mr. James David Carter 
Mr. D. Carlyle Chandler III 



Christopher T. Chapel 
Roberr H. Cofield 
Christopher D. Cooper 
G. Alexander Crawford 
S. Henn' Creasy IV 
W David Gulp, Jr. 
Joseph E. Dunn 
Erich N. Durlacher 
Hugh G. Edmunds 111 
Asa M. Elkins 
Robert M. Fleet 
Holt Bradshaw Gray 
Matthew Scott Gregg 
J. Frederick Groves, Jr. 
Christopher D. Haddock 
H. Keith Henshaw 
William L. Hicks, Jr. 
Creighton J. Hite 
William C. Hope IV 
Thomas Wade Johnson 
Ted E. Jones 
Jason C. Kinnell 
Jon K. Kjos 
Eric J. Lindberg, Jr. 
Jonathan A. Mackler 
KendrickW. MattoxIII 
Andrew C. M. McClintock 
Patrick H. McDougald 
John Colin Mellon 
Matthew F. Mendez 
Carl B. Mica 
James A. Miller 
Timothy R. Ortman 
David B. Pearman 
Charles E. Pett}' III 
WiUiam D. Puckett II 
John J. Regan 
Mark J. Robertson 
Noel Mark Robinson 
Brian A, Rollison 
Wilson W. SchoeUkopf 
WiUiam E M. Schwind 
John Gordon Scott 
WUliam H. SheU 
Michael D. Smith 
S. Nicholas Smith 
David Rhoades 
Sommardahl 
Pablo C. Souza 
Christopher H. Stanley 
L. Mark Stepanian 
John J. K. Taitague 
John E. Talmadge 
Michael P. Teer, Jr. 
James H. Van Ness V 
RobertJ.WaddeU,Jr. 
Gerald R. Walsh III 
Jake W.Watson 
AUen Hardin White III 
Rodney Ernest WiUiams, Jr. 
Charles Morgan Wilson 
Peter Thacher Worthen, Jr. 
Christopher P. Wray 



Class of 1994 

30.7=: of Itie doss tontitated 525,795.00 
Mr. John Fletcher Abele, Jr. 
Mr. Peter Treida Albert 
Mr. David Anderson Barton 
Mr. Andrew M. Basinger 
Mr. Coard Ames Benson 
Mr. Clinton Clisby Berr)' 111 
Mr. Andrew Eugene Branch 11 
Mr. Robert Holmes Bryson III 
Mr. WiUiam Blakeney Burr 
Mr. James C. CardiUo 
Mr. Chrisrian Nils Carlson 
Mr. Stephen R. Chesnutt 
Mr. Robert Van WyckCrokerlll 
Mr. William Montgomery 

Douglass 
Mr. Christopher Lawrence 

Fallen 
Mr. Daniel G. Fannon 
Mr. Michael Sinclair Finucane 
Mr. WiUiam N. Glasgow 
Mr. J. Addison Hagan IV 
Mr. Peter A. Hall 
Mr. Joseph Anderson 

Haziegrove III 
Mr. Jacob Andrew Horstman 
Mr. Kermeth Gray Hutcheson 
Mr. WiUiam Pinckney Irwin V 
Mr. Ralph HudnaU Johnson 

III 
Mr. Henry Morgan Tilford Jones 
Mr. Carlton Thompson 
Kemper 
Mr. WiUiam James Kinnamon 

III 
Mr. Paul Joseph Landaiche, Jr. 
Mr. James Christopher Lemons 
Mr. Edwin Sidney Martin III 
Mr. Chandler Clarke McNair 
Mr. R. Bradley Meyers 
Mr. Robert Matthew MUes 
Mr. Robert Waters MitcheU 
Mr.TimothyVaughanMonahan 
Mr. Bartow Morgan, Jr. 
Mr. John Cason Newbern 
Mr. John Ardiur Nolde III 
Mr. Kenneth Anthony Parker 
Mr. N. Douglas Payne, Jr. 
Mr. Jason K. S. Porter 
Mr. Michael Dwayne Purvis 
Mr. Joshua Hardey Rahman 
Mr. W. Taylor Rhodes 
Mr. Thomas Atkinson Roberts, 

Jr. 
Mr. Thomas Walker Rodgers 
Mr. Chad S. Rimnion 
Mr. RusseU Wade Ryan 
Mr. John Guerard Scott, Jr. 
Mr. Everette Meade Seay IV 
Mr. John Howard Selzer 
Mr. WiUiam Francis 

Shumadine III 
Mr. John Claiborne SifFord 
Mr. Anthony John SUva 
The Rev. Peter Chrisdan Smith 



Mr. Calvin Stanley Spencer, Jr. 
Mr. Michael Lewis Staunton 
Mr. Dwayne H. Stinson 
Mr. John Carter Stone 
Mr. Gregory Douglas Suskind 
Dr. Malcolm K. Sydnor 
Mr. Christopher Dudley 

Turgeon 
Mr. Matthew Ivan Van Horn 
Mr. Michael David Walsh 
Mr. David Styles Warren 
Mr. Bruce Marshall Wood 
Mr. James .Mexander Wood, Jr. 

Class of 1995 

24.t% ol tlie doss tonWbuted S7,<55.00 

Mr. Matthew Ray Adkins 

Mr. Adam Roben Arugliere 

Mr. Christopher L. Bedford 

Mr. H. Gordon Bivens 

Mr. John P. Briggs 

Mr. Michael B. Burnette 

Mr. Tyler B. Buder 

Mr. R. Scott Carr 

Mr. David Edmund Carter 

Mr. Edward A. J. Casler 

Mr. Marrin B. Clapp 

Mr. Wmiam D. CoUins 

Mr. Edward W Curry 

Mr. John Edward Day III 

Mr. Edward O'Herron Dewey 

Mr. John Lee Dudley 

Mr. Alex Cole Ebert 

Mr. G. Berkeley Edmunds 

Mr. Patrick A. Elb 

Mr. Matthew B. EUiort 

Mr. T Rutherfoord Ferguson 

Mr. Richard M. Garner 

Mr. Wesley B. Garrett 

Mr. Donald GUMam 

Mr. Ryan V. GodsU 

Mr. George Deanes Gornto, Jr. 

Mr. John VirgU Hager 

Mr. Buckner Woodford 

HamUton III 
Mr. John Lee Hemmer III 
Mr. William Scott Hengerer 
Mr. Steven Ho 

Mr. Dempsey Wood Hodges III 
Mr. F. Spain Hodges 
Mr. Robert THord 
Mr. A. Harrison Jamison 
Mr. Timothy Michael KeUey 
Mr. Samuel R. Kennedy 
Mr. Peter A. Leggett, Jr. 
Mr. Jason F. Leonard 
Mr. Ray E. Lockard 
MrJohnJ. Mayfieldlll 
Mr. Matthew W McGuirk 
Mr. Mark G. Meicz 
Mr. Matthew D. Michael 
Mr. Colin T. Monette 
Mr. Kelby M. Morgan 
Mr. Scott C. Nickerson 
Mr. Jeffrey G. Overand 
Mr. Wmiam T Pebwordi 




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Mr. Scott J. Pietan 
Dr. James R. Powell 
Mr. T. Weston Pulliam 
Mr. Dixon M. Rollins, Jr. 
Mr. Arthur K. Rowe, Jr. 
Mr. Tucker C. Shumack 
Mr. John M. Stone 
Mr. John Albert Stuhr III 
Mr. Luke C. Suber 
Lt. Christopher M. Sutter 
Mr. Brian Michael Taylor 
Mr. Cleveland D. Turner 
Mr. Charles T. Upchurch 
Mr. John W.Warren, Jr. 
Dr. Gresham T Weatherly 
Mr. Hubert H. Young III 

Class of 1996 

30.6% of Itiedoss contiibirted S16,310.50 

Mr. S.Griffith Aldrich 

Mr. Milton D. Alexander III 

Mr. Christopher M. Anderson 

Mr. Benjamin H. Beaird 

Mr. William JosephBelmonte,Jr. 

Mr. James L. Blackburn 

Mr. Trey J. Blocker 

Mr. William Braddock 

Bourne TV 
Mr. David G. Carmichael 
Mr. Jonathan S. Carr 
Mr. Ralph R. Chesson III 
Mr. James Lee Connell, Jr. 
Mr. James A. Crowell IV 
Mr. Ryan J. Cudnik 
Mr. T Bradley Davidson III 
Mr. Elliott Johnstone Dent, 

III 
Mr. Brian E. Dexter 
Mr. Jeremy Alexander Ellis 
Mr. Jason E. Farrar 
Mr. Jason Matthew Ferguson 
Mr. Albert P Finch IV 
Mr. William Christophet 

Hight III 
Mr. William G. Hughes III 
Mr. Thomas W. Johnson, Jr. 
Mr. Berkley D. Jolly 
Mn Paul B. Kelley 
Mr. Michael G. Krupey 
Mr. Justin S. Lee 
Mr. Richard A. LeHew II 
Mr. Jason R. Lunsford 
Mr. T Marshall Manson 
Mr. Matthew F. K. 

McDaniel 
Mr. Lane B. Moore 
Mr. Leland Thompson 

Moore, Jr. 
Mr. Michael E. Murray 
Mr. Brian J. Musselwhite 
Mr. Justin Z. Naifeh 
Mr. Jeffrey H. Nottingham 
Mr. Aaron L. Parks 
Mr. Clay B. Persinger 
Mr. Erik L. Plyler 
Mr. Wilson R. Prince 



Mr. William A. Pumphrey 

The Rev. Allan L. Purtill, Jr. 

Mr. Edward Jarratt Ramsey III 

Mr.ToddTReid 

Mr. John L. Reynolds IV 

Mr. John R Rosenbaum 

Mr. Scott S. Ryll 

Mr. Brent J. Schneider 

Mr. Nathan E. Schwab 

Mr. Heath C. Scott 

Mr. Gregory Wayne Seamster 

Mr. Andrew E Sherrod 

Mr. Mark C. Simonton 

Mr. W Bowman Smith 

Mr. Brian C. Sommardahl 

Mr. F. Bruce Stephens 

Mr. Benjamin B. Sumner 

Mr. W. Scott Thomasson 

Mr. Randolph Edmonds 

Trow III 
Mr. M. Alexander White 
Mr. W. Palmer Wilkins III 
Mr. Harry Lee Williams III 
Mr. Randolph Williams, Jr. 
Mr. William Russell Young II 

Class of 1997 

1 7.9% of ttie doss cooWboted $7,632.50 
Mr. David Lee Adamson 
Mr. Christian Clark Andresen 
Mr. Jason S. Angus 
Mr. Timothy T. Beatty 
Mr. Jeffrey P. Bennett 
Mr. Robert Carr Boyd, Jr. 
Mr. Christopher W Callard 
Mr. Priesdey Cooper Coker IV 
Mr. Arthur P Cook III 
Mr. William T Davis 
Mr. Michael E DeBender 
1st Lt. Frank E. Dillbeck 
Mr. Brett E. Eckley 
Mr. David Grier Egerton 
Mr. Charles T. Fonville 
Mr. Robert S. Frick III 
Mr. Nathan C. Gingras 
Mr. John Robert Greenwood 
Mr. Ashton H. Harcourt 
Mr. Jonathan B. Hardey 
Mr. James M. Haynes, Jr. 
Mr. J. Bradford Kitchen 
Mr. John A. Howard, Jr. 
Mr. Don David Hughes III 
Mr. James Clinton Kelly 
Mr. Joseph R. Kusak 
Mr. John E. Lansche, Jr. 
Mr. Adam J. LaVier 
Mr. Shawn L. McMahon 
Mr. John Ryan Melody 
Mr. Michael Christopher 

Melvin 
Mr. P. Grayson Mennetti, Jr. 
Mr. Robert Blake Miles 
Mr. Patrick S. Mitchell 
Mr. Jack H. Nance 
Mr. Warren M. Pace III 



Mr. Michael Goodrich 

Palmore 
Mr. Michael C. Patrick 
Mr. Mikel Lemual Purcell, Jr. 
Mr. Robert H. Ramsey 
Mr. Che Findlay Roop 
Mr. Gary R. Rosser, Jr. 
Mr. Stephen A. Saunders 
Mr. Gregory L. Seamster 
Mr. Stephen Talbot Spraker 
Mr. Justin Lawrence Sproull 
Mr. Thomas A. Squire 
Mr. Adam T. Talaber 
Mr. James Scott Taylor 
Mr. Harold William WeUs FV 
Mr. Roger Bowman 

Willetts,Jr. 
Mr. William W.Wyatt, Jr. 

Class of 1998 

f 8.2% of tfic doss contribuledSS.Sf 1,80 
Mr. Stuart N. Bates 
Mr. Edward Bell III 
Mr. Joshua Lee Bertridge 
Mr. Christopher Chadwicke 

Caples 
Mr. Glen Russell Carpenter III 
Mr. Brian Robert Conner 
Mr. Clyde W.Copeland III 
Mr. Bradley Gray Dalton 
Mr. James Christopher 

Douglas 
Mr. John Kindley Evans 
Mr. Mark Hodges Evans 
Mr. Richard Flather Farley II 
Mr. Mark Ernst Feldmann, Jr. 
Mr. David Caldwell Gardner 
Mr. Joseph Brenr Garliss 
Mr. Ryan Michael Gravender 
Mr. John Pendleton Grove FV 
Mr. Jason Daniel Hardy 
Mr. Charles Scott Hughes 
Mr. Jonathan Stuart Jackson 
Mr. John Jay Kapp 
Mr. Thomas Edward Kegley 
Mr. Avery Allen Kessler 
Mr. Chrisropher Ryan Keyser 
Mr. William Joseph Lamie 
Mr. David Gary Lawrence, Jn 
Mr. John Robert Lively, Jr. 
Mr. Samuel Aaron Marks 
Mr. Anderson Lockett Marsh 
Mn James Bryson McCain 
Mr. Christopher B. McDowell 
Mr. Carroll W. Moon 
Mr. Andrew Bennett Morehead 
Mr. Douglas Bishop Morgan 
Mr. Lawrence Knox Morrison 
Mr. Brandon L. Ogburn 
Mr. Chrisropher Kilian Peace 
Mr. Robert Avery Peay 
Mr. Bradley Edward Roberts 
Mr. William Cameron 

Robinson 
Mr. Rodney Craig Seay 



Mr. Gregory McKittrick 

Simmons, Jr. 
Mr. William Todd Smidi 
Mr. McKeen Starke 
Mr. Ryan Matthew Summers 
Mr. Justin Markley Swisher 
Mr. Thomas Bryan Tims 
Mn Jonathan Darst 

Vordermark 
Mr. Michael Ryan Walker 
Mr. Michael D. Walsh 
Mr. James Yancey 

Washington 
Mt. Jason Wesley Wood 
Mr. Michael Sheridan York 

Class of 1999 

26.3% of tbe doss conlribnted SI 6,801 .21 
Anonymous 

Mr. George F. Albright III 
Mr. Daniel A. Armata 
Mr. Tygh L. Bailes 
Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour 
Mr. Daniel L. Barlow 
Mr. Jonathan P. Bierowski 
Mr. Matthew M. Bloch 
Mr. Sherwood H. Bowditch 
Mr. Gerald Russell Bradshaw 
Mr. Richard C. Burroughs, Jr. 
Mr. Tyler J. Carney 
Mr. Bryanr J. Carter 
Mr. Matthew A. Chidley 
Mr. Christopher H. Dowdy 
Mr. Robert D. English 
Mr. Procter L. Fishburne 
Mr. Gregory R. Foxx 
Mr. John C. Fruit 
Mr. Greshaun J. Fulgham 
Mr. Matthew S. Garrison 
Mr. Kevin F. Garst 
Mr. A. Ritchie Gillespie 
Mn Thomas A. Gillespie 
Mr. William Whirley Glover 
Mr. Todd A. Goodnight 
Mr. J. Bradley Grafton 
Mr. David R. Gray 
Mr. Steven Michael Haas 
Mn Andrew B. Hampron 
Mr. DavidA. Hobbs.Jr. 
Mn Justin E Holofchak 
Mr, Haden B. Hopkins 
Mr. Stephen G. Hopkins 
Mt. Roger N. Hopper 
Mn James Michael Irvin, Jr. 
Mn William Gustav Johnson 
Mr. John D. Jordan 
Mn Justin A. Kelly 
Mn Scon P Ketcham 
Mn Daniel F. Layman 
Mn Paul V. Lozito 
Mn Coite B. Manuel 
Mn Raymond Joseph 

Marocco III 
Mn Hunter D. McCaa 
Mn Andrew R. McElroy III 
Mn Alexander H. Minten 



Mn William Tay Moss 
Mn John R. Oakman III 
Mr Adam A. Olchowski 
Mn Edward L. Pugh II 
Mn John S. Pumphrey 
Mn Garrick D. Queen 
Mn Charles E. Redding 
Mn Robert Christian Rickers 
Mn Alex D. Robbins 
Mn Christopher T. Rudzinski 
Mn Robert F. Sandlass, Jn 
Mn James I. Shew 
Mn Eric M. Shoenfeld 
Mn Edward D. Smith 
Mn Ryan I. Smits 
Mn Patrick T. St. Clair 
Mn Curtis H. Straub III 
Mn Kevin T Terminella 
Mn James E. Thatcher 
Mn Gregory A. Thomas 
Mn William J. Toomey II 
Mn William G. Tornabene 
Mn Victor B. Tremonte 
Mn Thomas R. Waskom 
Mn Douglas A. Webb 
Mn Meade Whitaker III 

Class of 2000 

1 6.7% of die doss contiiboted $5,915.00 

Mn Robert R. Ashton 

Mn Frank H.BaberFV 

Mn Michael C. Bizon 

Mn Jonathan E Bradway 

Mn Jack A. Carter 

Mn R. Garrett Cline 

Mn Frederick Carter Dabney 

Mn Charles L. Dickinson 

Mn Andrew R. Duggan 

Mn James R. Elliott 

Mn Robert L. Foley 

Mn William Brian Hamilton 

Mn Travis J. Hardy 

Mn Grant Charles Hayes 

Mn James R. Hughes 

Mn Jack E. Jirak 

Mn Jeremiah Williams John 

Mn Adam M. Jurach 

Mn Charles Frank Koontz II 

Mn Brian A. Krouse 

Mn Adam T. Lawson 

Mn Christopher R. Lea 

Mn Preston L. Lovelace 

Mn Robert H. Lucado 

Mn Gregory C. Magnuson 

Mn Marthew S. Markham 

Mn Devereux Parker Moring, Jn 

Mn Thomas Broderick Mullins 

Mn Edward A. Mulvihill 

Mn Richard N. Naylor 

Mn Robert M. O'Brian, Jn 

Mn John M. Otis, Jn 

Mn R. Fleming Patterson III 

Mn Ryan M. Pemberton 

Mn David C. Phillips 

Mn James L. Poore 

Mn Robert C. Pottharst 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



Mr. Carlton Jeffers Schmidt 111 

Mr. Michael B. Schmidt 

Mr. Alfred L. Smith 111 

Mr. Marshall Neal Smith. Jr. 

Mr. Shing Yue Tang 

Mr. Robert Parrish Taylor 111 

Mr. Robert Spencer Thomas 

Mr.JaredM.Tully 

Mr. Jay P. ^lUiams 

Mr. John T. Williams, Jr. 

Mr Jeffre)- Scort Witte 

Class of 2001 

1 ? : oi *s ttes otiAjW) 54,056.00 
Mr. Michael H. Bladovell 
Mr. James W. Brooks 
Mr. Matthew C. Brown 
Mr. Curtis D. Colgate 
Mr. Brian E. Coloney 
Mr. Joseph ColUns Conover 
Mr. John E. Daniel 
Mr. Brian S. Gibson 
Mr. Ryan D. Gibson 
Mr. Andre B. Gregory 
Mr. Scott R. Hairfieid 



Mr. Kristian M. Hargadon 

Mr. Scott C. Harris 

Mr. John B. Jividen 

Mr. Jesse Clarence Marshburn 

111 

Mr. Patrick S. McRee 

Mr. Andrew M. Nilan 

Mr. Shawn Michael Patrison 

Mr. Matthew A. Philips 

Mr. Benjamin B. Pinnell 

Mr. Evan Zachary Ramsey 

Mr. Leland C. Rice 

Mr. Matthew B. Romani 

Mr. David T. Sanders 

Mr. Matthew John Scholl 

Mr. Matthew P. Scott 

Mr. Joshua D. Shepard 

Mr. Adrian O. Spears 

Mr. Sman C. Stone, Jr. 

Mr. J. Bennett White 

Mr. Robert P. Whittemore 

Mr. Kevin L. Wilberger 

Mr. Jacob W.Witt 

Mr. Milton H. Woodside III 



Class of 2002 

Mr. Michael Fredrick Anderson 
Mr. Jarrod Russell Atkinson 
Mr. Stephen Allan Baker 
Mr. Charles Beach IV 
Mr. Christopher Raymond Beal 
Mr. Kemper Morton Beasley 111 
Mr. Jusrin Tanner Bishop 
Mr. Demas Edwin Boudreaux 
Mr. Luke Edward Brown 
Mr. William Davidson Call 11 
Mr. William O'Donnell Ciucci 
Mr. Brent Garreth Cochran 
Mr. Matthew Hopkins Cox 
Mr. James Richard DeViese, Jr. 
Mr. Rodolfo Diaz 
Mr. Chad Wesley Doggett 
Mr. Matthew Anderson Dooley 
Mr. John Cowles Dozier, Jr. 
Mr. Albert Thomas Drummond 
Mr. Coy Edward Durham 111 
Mr. Daniel Richard Gill 
Mr. Brent Douglas Green 
Mr. Lawrence Watkins Greer, Jr. 



Mr. Todd Christopher 

Gronewald 
Mr. Patrick Goin Guido 
Mr. Gregory Gunn 
Mr. Buford Neal Herndon 
Mr. William DeMarcusHopkins 
Mr. Jeffrey Ryan Hubbard 
Mr. Lonnie Johnson, Jr. 
Mr. Rodney Scott Keel 
Mr. Chad Michael Krouse 
Mr. Robert Francis Lamkin 
Mr. Derek Anthony Ledford, Jr. 
Mr. Michael Brandon Marable 
Mr. Patrick Joseph Martin 
Mr. Jason Francis Moore 
Mr. William Philip 

Morrissette FV 
Mr. John Andrew MuUek II 
Mr. Matthew Graham 

Niemaseck 
Mr. Joseph Kenneth Pierce, Jr. 
Mr. David Ramsey Price 
Mr. Fred Lewis Price 111 
Mr. Jason Thomas Ritchie 
Mr. Thomas James Rodgers 



Mr. Stephen Patrick Sharpe 
Mr. Steven Matthew Storer 
Mr. Kasey Douglas Sutton 
Mr. William Joseph Taylor 
Mr. Richard Jeremy Upton 
Mr. Joseph Courtenay 

Vanzaut 111 
Mr. Andrew William Walshe 
Mr. Richard Davies Whitaker 

Class of 2003 

Mr. Alexander H. Ayers 
Mr. Willis H. Israel 
Mr. Judson V, Root 




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Parents 2001-2002 




Anonymous 

Mr. John M. Acken '61 

Mr. & Mrs. William]. 

Adams III 
Mr. Thomas E. Adkins, Sr. '56 
Col. & Mrs. Anthony C. 

Aksdn 
Mr. George F. Albright, Jr. '74 
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander 

Alexander 
The Rev. John L. Alexander '64 
Ms. Paula Allen 
Dr. Robert B. Allen '55 
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Hobbs 

Allison 
Mr. & Mrs. Mosby R. 

Allmond, Jr. 
Mr. Rawle A. Alloway 
Mr. & Mrs. R. B. Allport, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Randall 

AlmiraU 
Mr. Charles C. Ames '58 
Dr. & Mrs. John Wilkins 

Ames, Jr. 
Ms. Martha B. Anderson 
Mr. Matthew Garland 

Anderson 11 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert H. 

Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Ward 

Anderson 111 
Dr. Burness F. Ansell, Jr. '54 
Mrs. Carol E. Applegate 
Mr. & Mrs. William P Arney 
Mr. Alvan M. Aron '53 
Mrs. James Ashby III 
Mr. Norman D. Asher 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Ashton 
Dr. & Mrs. WiUiam H. Atwill 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph L. 

Axselle, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. 

Ayers, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Barry W. Aylor 
Mr. RylandA. Babb.Jr. '61 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank H. 

Baber III 
Mr. & Mrs. I. Thomas Baker 
Mr. & Mrs. Pinkey Byrd 

Baldwin 111 
Mr. & Mrs. C.Fred Ball, Jr. 
Mr. Peter Bance 
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy H. 

Bandyke 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. Barker 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen E. Barlow 
Mrs. Branch P. Barnard 
Mr. & Mrs. David R. Barrett 
Mrs. Julia M. Baskervill 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Beahm 
Mr. & Mrs. Kemper M. 

Beasley, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. LudiurA. Beazleylll 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Andrew Bell 111 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Belmonte, Sr. 



Mr. & Mrs. Harvey T 

Bennett, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. 

Bettendorf 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. 

Biddison 
Mr. & Mrs. John P 

Bierowski 
Admiral & Mrs. David S. 

Bill 111 
Mr. & Mrs. Merlin Duane 

Billings 
Mr. Elmer Billman 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. 

Bissette, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. James W 

Blackburn 
Mr. & Mrs. Hugh A. 

Blackwell 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. 

Blount, Jr. 
The Rev. Dr. Robert 

Bluford, Jr. '45 
Mr. Harold U. Blythe '64 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. 

Boehling 
Mr. & Mrs. Jon N. Boiling 
Mrs. Thomas O. Bondurant 
Mr. & Mrs. Walton G. 

Bondurant, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Stayton M. 

Bonner, Jr. 
Dr. Frank M. Booth 111 '66 
Mr. & Mrs. William S. 

Bowling 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. 

Bowman, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Boyce 
Mr. James N. Boyd '58 
Mr. Bruce Alan Braddy 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Bradenham 11 
Mr. & Mrs. J. C. Bradford 111 
Mr. & Mrs. Maynard L. 

Brandt 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. 

Brannon 
Mr. & Mrs. H. H. Braxton, Jr. 
Mr. J. Robert Bray '60 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. 

Briggs, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. Brinegar 
Dr. & Mrs. John B. 

Brinson, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Sydney P Britt 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Alfred 

Broaddus, Jr. 
Mrs. Anne D. 

Brockenbrough 
Mr. &Mrs. Edwin D. Brooks, Jr. 
Mr. Gardiner T. Brooks, Jr. '51 
Mrs. Katherine M. Brooks 
Mr. & Mrs. Willie L. 

Brooks, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. 

Brown, Jr. 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph G. 

Brownlee, Jr. 
Dr. J. Garnett Bruce, Jr. '36 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Bryan 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. Bryan 
Mrs. Judy G. Bryant 
Ms. Janis P. Burand 
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce C. Burns 
Mr. Theodore J. Burr, Jr. '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

Burroughs, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Bush 
Mr. Benjamin M. Butler '63 
Ms. Claire T Buder 
Mrs. William T. Buder, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Holt W Butt, Jr. 
Mr. Royal E. Cabell, Jr. 

-Deceased 
Mrs. Royal E. CabeU, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. W Davidson Call 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Boyd Camak, Jr. 
Dr. Hawes Campbell 111 '60 
Mr. &Mrs. Robert J. 

Capelli, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Harold B. 

Caples, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ardiur B. 

Capper, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Carlisle 
Mrs. Jan Heath Carll 
Dr. Harvey R. Carmichael, 

Sr. '74 
Mr. & Mrs. Anderson B. 

Carothers 
Mrs. E. B. Carpenter 
Mr. & Mrs. John H. 

Carpenter 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. 

Carrington 111 
Mr. Edward B. Carter, Jr. 
Mr. William P Carter '68 
Mr. George B. Cartledge, 

Jr. '63 
Mr. John A. C. Gartner 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Caruso 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Carver 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Carwile 
Mr. & Mrs. John P Cattano 
Dr. & Mrs. Resit Cem 

Cezayirli 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond M. 

Challoner III 
The Hon. James H. 

Chamblin '68 
Mr. M. D. Cheatham, Jr. 
Mr. James H. Chenery II '68 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul W. Chesser 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Ghidley 
Mrs. Ruth Anne Reed 

Chitwood 
Dr. W. Randolph Chitwood, 

Sr. -Deceased 
Doctors Surrinder & Kamlesh 

Chopra 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Gin 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Clark, Sr. 



Mr. & Mrs. Henry P Clifford 
Mr. & Mrs. WJliam A. 

Clifton, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Earnest D. 

Coalter, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Garland Coates 
Mrs. Virginia Cochran 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Cole 
Mr. William E. Coleman, 

Jr. '52 
Mrs. John Collie, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. 

Collie, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur L Collins 
Dr. Wilson S. Comer, Jr. '72 
Mrs. Pamela W Connolly 
Mr. & Mrs. Barry B. Conrad 
Mr. & Mrs. Victor R. 

Coudert, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederic H. Cox, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. James T Coyle 
Mr. Thomas C. G. Coyle, 

Jr. '79 
Mrs. Rosa Lee Cozart 
Mr.JohnW Craddock'55 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen B. 

Crawford 
Mr. &Mrs. George R. Crews. Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. 

Crittenden 
Dr. Joseph M. Crockett 11 '73 
Mr. & Mrs. James H. Crosby, Sr. 
Mr. T Frank Crowder '45 
Mrs. Mary Ann Gulp 
Dr. & Mrs. Jesse W. Cumbia 
Mrs. Robert M. Gumming 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald D. Curtis 
Mr. Tony D. Curtis 
Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Cusds 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick M. 

Dabney 
Mrs. Robert L. Dabney III 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Dael 
Mr. & Mrs. Rufiis E. Dalton 
Mrs. Kathetine L. Daly 
Mr. & Mrs. Wilfrid A. Daly III 
Mr. Gerald Thomas 

Dammeyer 
Dr. & Mrs. Jerome M. Daniel 
Mr. & Mrs. John G. Daniel 
Dr. & Mrs. Michael O. 

Daniels 
Dr. Oscar B. Darden, Jr. '45 
Mrs. Nancy H. Davidson 
Mr. Thomas B. Davidson, Jr. '63 
The Hon. B. A. Davis 111 
Mr. E. Causey Davis, Jr. '72 
Mrs. Gloria S. Davis 
Dr. & Mrs. John E. Davis 111 
Mrs. Peggy Camper Davis 
Mr. William T. Davis, Sr. 
Mr. Vernon D. Dawson, Sr. '53 
Mr. & Mrs. Louis Coleman 

Dejarnette 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas E. DeWolfe 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Deacon II 



Mr. &Mrs. Horace A. Deane, Jr. 
Mrs. Elizabeth D. Degges 
Mf. & Mis. Enrico Giacomo 

Del Puppo 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Dennison 
Mr. & Mrs. Willard E. Dent 
Mr. & Mrs. Perrin T. DesPortes 
Mr. & Mrs. G. Steele Dewey 111 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas M. 

DiVincenzo 
Mr. Barry E. Dick 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas L. 

Dickens 11 
Mrs. S. L. Dickenson 
Mr. &Mrs. CurtisM. Dickinson 
Mr. & Mrs. John Jackson 

Dickinson, Sr. 
Mr. Charles M. Dietz '52 
Dr. & Mrs. FrankUn Dill 
Ml. Lester L. Dillard '40 
Mr. & Mrs. William T Doggett 
Mrs. Richard A. Doherty 
Mrs. Norma L. Donelson 
Ms. Penelope Dormelly 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore A. 

Doremus, Jr. 
Mr. &Mrs. Michael R. Doucette 
Mr. James F. Douthat '64 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. 

Dowdy III 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Dozier, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. DuPriest 
Mt. & Mrs. O. W. Dudley 111 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Duggan 
Mn & Mrs. Robert W Duke 
Mr. &Mrs. WilliamN. Dunning 
Mr. & Mrs. Ammon G. 

Dunton, Jr. 
Mr.&Mrs.B.ThomasDuquette 
Ms. Mary Ellen Durham 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Dutro 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Edward 

Dwyer 
Mr. Bryan D. Eads '73 
Mr. W Robert Eason, Sr. '40 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Bruce Eckert 
Mrs. Sara M. Eckstein 
Mr. Hugh G. Edmunds, Jr. '64 
Mr. Richard G. Edrntrnds, Jr. '53 
Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards 
Dr. J. Travers Edwards, Jr. '68 
Dr. William M. Edwards '65 
Mrs. Doris I. Egerton 
Mr. & Mrs. Sam D. Eggleston, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard L. Ekey 
Mr. & Mrs. Randolph M. Elder 
Mrs. Rose S. Emerick 
Mrs. Aileen B. Epperson 
Mrs. Juanita A. Epps 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Eure 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred L. Evans, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thaddeus Evans, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Eversmann 
Mr. & Mrs. John G. 

Fairsen'ice, Jr. 



Hotior Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



Mr. & Mrs. Floyd T. Fallen 
Mrs. James H. Fannon, Jr. 
Mrs. Drusilla Farley 
Mr. Bob Mann Farmer '73 
Mr. &Mrs.WellordS. Farmer* 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. Farrand 
Mr. & Mrs. James D. 

Farrar, Jr. 
Mr. Larr}' E. Farrar '62 
Mr. & Mrs. Ir\'ing L. Pass 
Mrs. Frank F. Fausr 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Fava 
Mr. Mark E. Feldmann, 

Sr. '70 
Mrs. Whimey Feldmann 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen Mead 

Ferguson 
Mr. James D. Ferguson '79 
Mr. & Mrs. Amado 

Fernandez 
Mr.J.\V;mamFerTellIir62 
Dr. & Mrs. Jack E. Fielden, Sr. 
Mr. Dennis P. Finger '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul R. Fink 
Mr. Paul A. Finn '75 
Mr. & Mrs. John L. Finne)' 
Mr. & Mrs. Brendan E. 

Finucane 
Mrs. Ma\'nard N. Fisher 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Fisher 
Mr. & Mrs. "William A. 

Fisher III 
Mr. WdliamC. Fitzgerald '53 
Mr. William H. Flannagan, 

Sr. '40 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip D. 

Flemion 
Mr. & Mrs. Gregory M. 

Fogle, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Daniel L. 

Foldenauer 
Dr. & Mrs. Paige B. Folio 
Mrs. Sandra C. Fore 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. 

Forehand, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur M. 

Fowler, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Arrfiur H. 

Friedman 
Mr. & Mrs. Hunter B. 

Frischkom III 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred E. Fry 
Mr. Carter B. S. Furr, Sr. '54 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul E. Galanri 
Mrs. James G. Gamble FV' 
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy R. 

Gammons 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Gather 
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas 

Benajah Gardner 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Gardner 
Mr. William R. Gardner, 

Jr. '57 
Mrs. Allen H. Garland, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John U. Gamer 
Mr. Fred L. Garrett III '62 



Dr.&Mrs.JohnB.Garrett.Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Macdowell I. 

Garrett 
Mr. William C. Garrett, 

Sr. '43 
Mr. & Mrs. David W. Garst 
Mr. Das-id H. Gates, Sr. '78 
Mr. Ernest P. Gates, Jr. '76 
The Hon. Ernest P. Gates, 

Sr '45 
Mr. & Mrs. William Gee 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. 

Georghiou 
Mr. & Mrs. Roger D. Gibson 
Mr. & Mrs. RonaldJ. Gilbert 
Mr. Larry R. Gilbertson '69 
Mr. & Mrs. Roger H. Gill 
Dr. & Mrs. Ritchie R 

Gillespie 
Dr. Thomas E. Gilmer, Sr. 

-Deceased 
Dr. Fred T. Given, Jr. '49 
Dr. Allen M. Glasgow '64 
Mr. &Mrs. HosvardW. 

Glasgow, Jr 
Mr. & Mrs. George W.R. 

Gla^ 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. 

Glass III 
Mr. & Mrs. JamesC. Goforth 
Dr. John R. Good '52 
Mr. & Mrs. James F. 

Goodmon 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert H. 

Goodnight 
Mr & Mrs. Frank 

Goodpastuie III 
Mr. William B. Graham '43 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey 

Granger, Jr. 
Mrs. Charles E. Green 
Mr. & Mrs. James W. Green 
Mr. & Mrs. Roben P Green 
Mr. &Mn. Arthur T 

Greene, Jr. 
Mr. &Mn. Robert T. 

Greene, Sr 
Dr & Mrs. LawTence W. 

Greer. Sr. 
Mr Kossen Gregor}' '42 
Mr. & Mrs. John Charles 

Grein 
Mr.& Mrs. R. Bryan 

Griruian III '57 
Mr. &Mrs. Gary A, 

Gronewald 
Mr. John R Grove Iir67 
Mr. William Howe 

Grover, Sr. '70 
Dr Walter L. Grubb, Jr '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Maris Gultnieks 
Mr & Mrs. James B. 

Gurley, Sr 
MnCharlesM.Guthridge'68 
Mf.&Mrs.MichaelD.Gwyn 
Dr & Mrs. Richard J. Haas 



Mr. Barr)' A. Hackne}' '67 
Mrs. Virginia H. Hackney 
Mr. Harn'V. Haga,Jr. '48 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Edward 

Hales, Jr 
Mr. & Mrs. Derek H. 

Hamilton 
Mr. & Mrs. GifFord D. 

Hampshire 
Mr.TimothyB. Hampton '75 
Mrs. Demetria V. Hanna 
Mr & Mrs. Eugene B. 

Hardin, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. Donald E. 

Hardison, Jr. 
Col. & Mrs. A. W. Hardy 
Mrs. Ann M. Hardy 
Mr.J. Daniel Hardy Jr. '71 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael C. 

Hargadon 
Mr. & Mrs. Brian J. Harker 
Mr. John P Harlow, Jr. '42 
Mrs. L. C. Harrell, Jr. 
Mr. H. Hirer Harris, Jr. 

-Deceased 
Mrs. H. Hirer Harris, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. Harold M. 

Harris 
Mr J. Scott Harris '73 
Dr. James S. Harris, Sr. '53 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Harris 
Mrs. William B. Harris 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Allen 

Harrison 
Mr. & Mrs. Lyndon H. 

Han III 
Mr Scort M. Harwood, 

Sr '65 
Mr Robert V. Hatcher, 

Jr '51 
Mr & Mrs. Donald L. 

Hatchett 
Dr. John Q. Hatten '44 
Mr & Mrs. Lawrence W. 

Haun 
Mr Daniel M. Hawks '61 
The Hon. William R Hay, 

Jr. '42 
Mr & Mrs. Bruce R. 

Hazelgrove 
Mr Joseph A. Hazlegrove, 

Jr. '67 
Mr.&Mrs.JamesT.Heery,Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Roger E. Heflin 
Mrs. Harrison H. Heiberg, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. W. Steve Hendrix 
Mr. Ronald M. Henry '56 
Mr & Mrs. Leonard A. 

Herrington 
Mrs. Sandra Ward Hester 
Mr & Mrs. Philip I. 

Heuisler III 
Mr &Mrs. DarrellE. Hewett 
Mr & Mrs. James Hickey 
On & Mrs. Paul P Hicks, Jr. 
Mr. W. Frederick Hicks '76 



Or James A. Higgs, Jr. '48 
Mr. Thomas B. Hilton 
Dr. & Mrs. Paul E Hogan 
Hon. & Mrs. George E. 

Honts III 
Mrs. RaymondC. Hooker.Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. Billy G. Hopkins 
Mr. William D.Hopkins '66 
Mr. &Mrs.RogerG. Hopper 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. 

Hord,Jr. 
Mr. Edwin B. Horner III '76 
Dr. & Mrs. Franklin R. 

Horstman III 
Mf. David E Host, Sr. '76 
Mr & Mrs. Ross A. 

Hotchkiss, Jr 
Mrs. Elsie S. D. Hovis 
Mr. John W Howard, Jr. '50 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel S. Hoyle 
Mr. &Mrs.WiUiamJ. 

Hubbard 
Mr. C. Randolph Hudgins, 

Jr '46 
Mr John A. Hudson, Jr '49 
Mr. Willoughbv S. Hundlev. 

Jr. '51 
Mr & Mrs. James V. Hunt 
Mr K. Neal Hunt '64 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. 

Hunt, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. Henry C. 

Hurt, Jr. 
Mrs. Bonnie B. Huss-Watts 
Mr & Mrs, C. A. 

Hustrulid, Jr 
Mr Cary A. Hutter '40 
MrFrankT. Hyde'38 
Mr Edward T Hyman 
Mr. & Mrs. Jaime G. Ibarra 
Mr & Mrs. Robert L. 

Ireland III 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. 

Irvin, Sr 
Mr Taylor Elliott Ifving, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. William R 

Irwin IV 
Dr & Mrs. Robert W Israel 
Mr & Mrs. Clyde C. 

Jackson, Jr 
Dr & Mrs. Thomas Jamison 
Dr Allyn G. Janney '42 
Mr & Mrs . Maurice Jennings 
Dr. Edgar F. Jessee '42 
Mr. Frederick E Johnson '61 
Mr. & Mrs. Kevin M. 

Johnson 
Dr & Mrs. Manuel H. 

Johnson 
Mr. Robert M. Johnson '53 
Mr & Mrs. Wayne K. 

Johnson, Jr 
Mr. & Mrs. David E. 

Johnston 
Mr & Mrs. Barry M. Jones 




ykkle & Johnny Overslreet '69 

Since ihe lime he graduated — even when 
he was a young law school student with little 
money — Johnny Overslreet '69 has managed to 
give lo ihe College. County Attorney in Bedford 
Virginia, from 1980 lo 2001, he and his wife 
Vickie have found Hampden-Sydney "a wonderful 
place to be with your family, " and their kids grew 
up spending their weekends at Tiger football and 
basketball games. His son Hunter is now a senior 
majoring in Fine Arts. 

Johnny and Vickie are currently in their second 
year as co-Chairs of the Parents Council, and they 
slay involved in any way possible. Vickie helps with 
recruitment by contacting prospective students. 
Johnny faithfully attends alumni meetings and 
returns to campus for numerous activities, whether 
lo speak lo students about his career or just catch 
a ball game. 

Johnny is dedicated to Hampden-Sydney's liberal 
arts tradition. "So many schools are turning to a 
type of vocational training, it's a travesty, " he said. 
"Vie need to stick to educating people. " In addi- 
tion to generously giving their time and efforts, the 
Overstreets help to ensure the future of the College 
through financial support. Founders since 1993, 
they help sustain College operations, scholarships, 
and make possible facility renovations. 

"We support the school because it has meant so 
much to our lives, " he says. "Hampden-Sydaey 
gave me financial assistance as a student, and 
so much has been afforded me because of that 
generosity. I owe a great deal." 




Hampden- Sydney College 




Mr. & Mrs. Charles Hill 

Jones, Jr. 
Mr. James M. Jones, Jr. '43 
Dr. & Mrs. Perry E. Jones 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael M. Jurach 
Mr. & Mrs. Freddie W. Justice 
Dr. & Mrs. H. R. Justis 
Mr. & Mrs. Christian C. 

Kautz-Scanavy 
Mr. Ralph D. Keighdey, Jr. '45 
Mr. &Mrs. Edwin C. Kellam, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank G. Kelly III 
Mr. Robert D. Kelly '70 
Captain & Mrs. William Kelly 
Mr. Albert S. Kemper Iir51 ' 
Mr. & Mrs. Franklin W. 

Keplinger 
Ms. Jeanne Wertz Kerridge 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey H. Ketcham 
Mr. Phillip W. Key, Sr. '56 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Ronald Keyset 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence M. 

Kimbrough 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. 

Kinnamon, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy E Knight 
Mr. Robert S. Knott 
Mr. & Mrs. William E Koehler 
Mrs. Herbert M. Krauss 
Mr. & Mrs. Ardiur H. 

Kreienbaum, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Timothy L. Krouse 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Kulinski 
Doctors Edward and Ruth 

LaMonte 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. LaVier 
Mr. M. Lyle Lacy III '69 
Dr. Marthew L. Lacy II '41 
Dt. & Mrs. Thomas G. Lamkin 
Mr. Gary M. Lane, Sr. '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Lane 
Mrs. W T Langhorne 
Mr. & Mrs. David B. Larison 
Mrs. Peggj' W. Larmore 
Mr. & Mrs. William D. 

Lawley, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. David G. 

Lawrence, Sr. 
Mr. Joseph P. Lawson '39 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Thompson 

Lawson III 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis P. Lawson 
Mr. & Mrs. Ben B. 

LeCompte, Jr. 
Dr. Allen E. LeHew 
Dr. Richard A. LeHew '59 
Dr. Willette L. LeHew '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael G. Lea 
Mr. Huntet M. Leach '40 
Mr. Andrew K. Leake II '35 
Mr. & Mrs. Burton P. Lee 
Mr. Petet A. Leggett '68 
Mfs. John W. Leming, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond E. 

Leonard 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald C. Lewis 



Mr. & Mrs. J. Thomas Lewis 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Lex III 

Ms. Leonora Licata 

Dr. Henry S. Liebert, Jr. '52 

The Rt. Rev. A. Headi Light '5 1 

Mr. G. W Lindsay '52 

Mr. &Mrs. DonaldR. Lodge, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. George N. Love 

Mr. Thomas S. Lovelace '51 

Mr. William F. Lowry, Jr. '66 

Mr. Charles E Lucas '59 

Mr. Ralph Clinton Lukhard '73 

Mr. & Mrs. BufordT. Lumsden 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Rodgers 

Lunsford III 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Luther, Jr. 
Mr.JohnW. Luxton'71 
The Rev. W. Daniel 

MacGill III '67 
Dr. & Mrs. William A. 

MacUwaine IV 
Mr. &Mrs. Ralph L. Madison,Jr. 
Mrs. Phyllis Malone 
Mr. William Thomas Mann 
Mr. Richard C. Manson, Jr. '65 
Mr. & Mrs. Jay L. Marden 
Mrs. Linda H. Marks 
Dr. & Mrs. Norman Jay Marks 
Col. & Mrs. Lawrence A, 

Marousek, USMC(Ret.) 
Mr. & Mrs. Van C. Mart 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Arnold 

Marsh 
Mr. & Mrs. David E Mardn 
Mr. & Mrs. Terence N. Martin 
Dr. Winfield Massie '49 
Mr. & Mrs. Journey Preston 

Mauldin 
Mr. & Mrs. John J. Mayfield, Jr. 
Dr. Thomas T Mayo FV 
Mr. E. Judson McAdams, Sr. '77 
Mr. & Mrs. Wdliam E. 

McBratney, Jr. 
Mr. &Mrs. WiUiamH.McBride 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. McCaa 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael Walsh 

McCabe, Sr. 
Mr. M. Edwin McCall, Sr. '56 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. McCants 
Mrs. Richard McCarthy 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael D. 

McCay 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

McClintock 
Mr. David S. McClung II 
Dr. MaxW. McCord,Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Kevin 

McDonald 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph K. McDonie 
Mr. & Mrs. James J. McEnery 
Mrs. Linda G. McFadden 
Mr. Samuel W McGann, Jr. '42 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. McGarry 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. 

McGeorge 
Mrs. Peter McGrath 



Dr. & Mrs. Hunter H. 

McGuire, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. 

McKeag, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. 

McKissick 
Mr. David J. McKitttick '67 
Mr.&Mrs.WilliamC.McKnew 
Mrs. Robert J. McMahon, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl McManamy 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas G. 

McMillan, Sr. 
Mr. J. Vincent McPhillips 
Dr. George J. McVey '61 
Mr. Peter A. McWilliams '65 
Mr. & Mrs. Terry D. Meadows 
Mr. & Mrs. James V. Meath 
Mr. & Mrs. David N. Meeker 
Mrs. Virginia B. Mell 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary Stephen 

Melnick 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles 

Richard Melvin, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Reinaldo R. 

Menendez 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. 

Mennetd, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Lee Merwin 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Michels 
Mrs. Stuart Miller 
Mr. & Mrs. Wdliam R Miller 
Mr. William R. MiUer III '67 
Mr. George W.Mills II 
Ms. Marian F. Minniece 
Mr. Owen R. Minter '53 
Mr. & Mrs. George Thomas 

Minton, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles R Modlin 
Mr. Richard C. L. Moncure 
Mr. & Mrs. David G. Monette 
Mr. & Mrs. Roben E. Monroe 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald 

Montaigne, Jr. 
Mr. Ernest E. Mooie, Jr. '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Jackie G. Moore 
Mrs. Mae H. Moore 
Mr. WilUam E. Moore, Jr. '63 
Mr. Michael F. Moorman '64 
Mr. & Mrs. George L. Morelock 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank Thomas 

Morgan 
Mr. & Mrs. John B. Morgan II 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Huntet 

Morgan, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John Harris 

Morrison, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul M. 

Morrison, Jr. 
Dr. Lloyd R Moss, Sr. '37 
Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Motan 

Murchison III 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. 

Murphy, Jr. 
Dr. John M. Myers III '60 
Mr. & Mrs. John Michael 

Myers 



Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Nash 
Captain & Mrs. N. C. Nash 
Mr. & Mrs. Polk M. Neal, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. John G. Neely, Sr. 
The Rev. Dr. Joseph L. Nelson, 

Jr. '45 
Mr. Joseph Herman Nicholson 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Bryant 

Nicketson 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. 

Nilan, Jr. 
Mr. Carter Noble '43 
Mr. Larry B. Nolen 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E. Norman 
Dr. MauriceNottingham.Jr. '56 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. O'Brian 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert O'Neill 
Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam H. Oast III 
Dr. & Mrs. Allan Olchowski 
Mrs. Henry C. Ortman 
Mr. James M. Overbey '55 
Mr. John Gurganey Overstreet 

'69 
Dr. Thomas P Overton '48 
Dr. John A. Owen, Jr. '45 
Mr. & Mrs. Rufus Owen III 
Ms. Sherry Owens 
Mrs. Karen Oxmann 
Mr. Gerald M. Pace '63 
Mr. Warren M. Pace, Jr. '69 
Mr. &Mrs. GeorgeC. Palmerlll 
Mr. John E. Pappas '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Nathan Parker III 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary S. Parrish, Sr. 
Mrs. James D. Fatten III 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. 

Peabody, Jr. 
The Hon. Nina K. Peace 
Mr. William C.Peake '51 
Mr. & Mrs. E. Fay Pearce, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. L. Gregory Pearce, Jr. 
Dr. James M. Peery, Jr. '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Terry Lynn 

Pembenon 
Mrs. Barbara Pemberton- 

McAdams 
Ms. Harriet C. Pembroke 
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond A. Pepe 
Mrs. Doris R Percy 
Mr. John T Percy, Jr. '69 
Dr. & Mrs. Leonard V. Perrone 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Perry, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Howard M. 

Persinger, Jr. 
Mrs. Laura M. E. Peters 
Mr. & Mrs. L. D. Phaup, Jr. 
Mrs. Roben J. Phillips 
Mrs. Carole P Pitcher 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry B. Pinnell 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur T Piraino 
Mr. & Mrs. John P. Pittman 
Mt. Philip H. Pleasants 
Dr. & Mrs. HarryG. Plunkett.Jr. 
Mr. Heno- R. PoUard V\f '64 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman H. 

Pollock 



Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin B. 

Pomeroy 
Mr. J. Daniel Pond II '70 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Mathews Pope 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward L. Potter 
Mr. & Mrs. W D. Powell 
Captain & Mrs. H. S. 

Prevette, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen D. 

Pritchett 
Mt. & Mrs. Arthuf Pue 
Mr. William R. Pumphrey III '70 
Mr. J. Horsley Putt, Jr. '58 
Dr. John M. Quarles '50 
Mr. & Mrs. James E. Queen 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfi-ed Quenneville 
Mr. Michaux Raine III '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Kerr C. Ramsay II 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles B. Ramsey 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas T Rankin 
Mr. & Mrs. Jake Rasor, Jr. 
Dr. Hohnan C. Rawls III '63 
Mr. & Mrs. Ben D. Reading 
Mr. Alex J. Reczkowski 
Mr. George W Redd 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Rees, Jr. 
Mrs. Milton P. Reid 
Mr. Milton P Reid II '68 
Mr. E. A. Rennolds, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Carl E. Rhodes, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Rhodes 
Mr. & Mrs. Garson L. Rice, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Gordon L. Rice 
Mr. John F. Richards '56 
Mr. Robert M. Richardson '38 
The Rev. W Ramsey 

Richardson '52 
Mr. E. Thomas Rilee III '75 
Mr. & Mrs. Randy Riley 
Mr. C. Wilson Rives '48 
Mr. O. Lewis Roach, Jr. 

'Deceased 
Mr. & Mrs. Edgar L. Robbins 
Mr. & Mrs. Larry E. Robbins 
Mr. & Mrs. A. W. Roberts, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A, Roberts 
Mr. E. Stewart Robertson '54 
Mrs. Aubrey C. Robinson 
Mrs. Lyime R. Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. 

Robinson, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Robinson 
Mr. W Randolph Robinson '69 
Mr. Charles D. Robison III '70 
Mrs. Virginia N. Roddy 
Mr. & Mrs. Judson H. 

Rodman, Sr. 
Dr. Dixon M. Rollms, Sr. '65 
Dr. & Mrs. Carl J. 

Roncaglione, Sr. 
Mrs. Marie M. Root 
Mt. John L.Ropei III 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. 

Rosemond III 
Mr. Robert F. Rosenbaum '54 
Mrs. Judy N. Ross 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001 -2002 



Mrs. Karen I. Rostan 

Mr. Ra\'mond H. Rostan 

Mr. & Mrs. James H. Roussel 

Mr. & Mrs. Milton L. Rowe 

Dr. Robert E. Rude 70 

Dr. &: Mr>i. Dennis J. Rudzinski 

Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. 

Russell, Jr. 
The Rev. Dr. J. Shepherd 

Russell, Jr. '51 
Mr. John E. Sadler, Jr. '56 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter D. Samans 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Sanders 
Mrs. Judith K. Sands 
Mr. Edw-ard M. Schaaf III '69 
Mr. Edward M. Schaaf, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Marcus C. 

Scheumann, Jr. 
Mr. C. JefFers Schmidt, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. 

Schmidt III 
Mr. & Mrs. Kent H. Schmidt 
Mr. & Mrs. David G. Schofield 
Mr. & Mrs. RobertC. Schroeder 
Mr. & Mrs. David Scott 
Mr. & Mrs. Gai>' W. Scott 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. Scon 
Dr. Kenneth N. Scott '63 
Mrs. H. L. Sebtcn, Sr. 
Rev. & Mrs. Donald H. Seely 
Mr. "WUUam D. Selden, V '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Dale E. Selzer 
Mr. & Mrs. Elliott M. Server 
Mr. W. Sydnor Setde '55 
Mr. William R. Shands, Jr. '52 
Mr. &Mrs.JohnJ.SharmonIV 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Sharpe 
Mr. David W Shelor "72 
Col. & Mrs. William E. 

Sherman 
Dr. John PhiUp Sherrod "70 
Mr. Ronald C. Shiflett '46 
Mr. Samuel S. Shiplett '68 
Mr. PhimpA.Short'73 
Mr. WilliamRShumadine,Jr. '66 
Mr. & Mrs. John K. Shiunate, St. 
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence B. 

Shuping, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William H. Siddon 
Mr. & Mrs. Gary D. Silverfield 
Mrs. Christie A. Simmons 
Mr. J. Scott Sinmis '61 
Mr, & Mrs. Wayne C. Simpson 



Mr. & Mrs. Mark R. Sinclair 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Marsh.-dl 

Sizemorc 
Mr. James I. Slaydon, Jr. '54 
Mr. Kent A. Smack '62 
Mr. & Mrs. Gibson L. Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. Harr)' Houghton 

Smith 
Mr. & Mrs. James R, Smith 
Mr. Lawrence N. Smith '59 
Dr. Theodore R. Smith, Jr. '65 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter I. Smits 
Mr. Clifton L. Snidow, Jr. '37 
Mrs. Owen A. Snyder 
Mr. Owen A. Snyder -Deceased 
Mr. Charles W. Sommardahl, 

Sr. '63 
Mr. & Mrs. Yoon S. Song 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles R Soukup 
Mr. & Mn. Latham C. 

Speiden, Sr. 
Mr. Harold R. Spencer '54 
Dr. & Mrs. Jerry D. Spencer 
Mr. P. Warren Spradey, Jr. '49 
Dr. Peter W. Squire '48 
Mr.&Mrs.WilliamM.Stallings 
Mr. & Mrs. Ray C. Steele 
Ms. Anne Lee Stevens 
Mr. &Mr5. ReeseM. Stidham HI 
Dr. & Mrs. Ronald A. Srine 
Mr. Douglas H. Stinespring, 

Sr. '60 
Dr. Sherrill W. Stockton, Jr. '63 
Dr. & Mrs. James B. Stone III 
Dr. Kearfott M. Stone '67 
Mr. B. Brack Stovall '74 
Mr. & Mrs. Harr)- W. Stovall III 
Mr. Howard W. Stracke '75 
Mr. & Mrs. Troy A. Street 
Mr. W. Scott Street III '65 
Mr. & Mrs. James W Stribling 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles S. 

Stringfellow 
Mr. Charles S. Stringfellow, 

Jr. '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Laivrence A. StroUo 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Stuart 
Mr. Carroll Wilson Suggs 
Dr. Joanne C Suggs 
Mr. & Mrs. George E. Summers 
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Svoboda 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene R Sweeney 
Mr. James A. Sydnor '47 



Dr. T. Austin Sydnor, Jr.'52 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Tmkard, Jr. 
M r. & Mrs. Frank WilliamTaylor 
Mr. Gervas Storrs Taylor III '72 
Mr. Hubert S.Taylor, Jr, '48 
Mr. James C. Taylor, Jr. '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Thalman 
Mrs. Patricia Morgan Thomas 
Dr. & Mrs. Harvey K. 

Thompson 
Mr. Leonard M. Thompson 
Mr. & Mrs. Roy S. 

Thompson, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. W. W. 

Thompson, Jr. 
Mrs. Jadt D. Throckmorton 
Mr. Joseph Denny 

Throckmorton '74 
Mrs. Sherry E. Thurston 
Mrs. Belinda Washington Todd 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack H. Towell 
Mr. Thomas S. Tredway '62 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert R. 

Trevarthen 
Mrs. George M. Trible III 
Mr. George M. Trible III 

-Deceased 
Mr. Randolph E. Trow, Jr. '64 
Mr & Mrs. Timothy B. Tucker 
Mr. & Mrs. C. D. Turner, Sr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Lee S. Turner 
Mr. & Mrs. M. Noel Turner 
Mr. & Mrs. Morris L. Turner 
Dr. William V.Tynesir57 
Mr. Thomas G. Underwood '59 
Mr. Wallace H. and Dr. Sara 

O.Vale 
Mrs. J. P Vaughan 
Mr. Joseph P. Vaughan, Jr. '57 
Mr. & Mrs. Dean A. Vonetes 
Ms. Alyson H. Vordermark 
Mr. Finley M. Waddell II '69 
Mrs. Nancy T.Waddell 
Rev. & Mrs. Anthony A, 

Wadsworth 
Mrs. Barbara M. Waefler 
Dr. & Mrs. John Alan Wages 
Dr. & Mrs. John Wagner 
Mr. Herman B. Walker '56 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

Walker, Sr. 
Mr. Thomas B. Walker '77 
Mr. William B. Wall '50 



Mr. Joseph L. Wallace, Jr. '54 
Dr. K. K.Wallace, Jr. '54 
Dr. Robert E. Wallace '61 
Mr. & Mrs. Russell W. 

Wallace, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. William A. 

Wallace 
Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Walsh 
Dr. & Mrs. J. W.Ward 
Mr. Earle R. Ware II '57 
Dr. William E. Ware, Jr. '60 
Mr. Edwin D. Warinner '49 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Lee Warnick 
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Warren 
Mr. & Mrs. Carlton B. Waskey 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Waskom 
Dr. & Mrs. G. R. Waterman 
Mr. & Mrs. Wesley E. Waters, Jr. 
Mr. William E Waddns, Jr. '48 
Mr. & Mrs. James E Watson 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Watts 
Mr. TAshby Watts m'57 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Weaver 
Dr. & Mrs. Ivan S. Weiner 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Welch 
Dr. &Mrs. Joseph E.Welden.Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Joseph E.Welden.Jr. 
Mr. James C. Wheat, Jr. 

-Deceased 
Mrs. James C. Wheat, Jr. 
Captain & Mrs. William C. 

Wheaton 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald S. Wheeler 
Rev & Mrs. H. Van Wheeler 
Mr. J. Kendall Whitaker, Jr. '67 
Mr. & Mrs. Meade Whitaker, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Charles R White, Jr. 
Mr. James E. White, Sr. '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Jere R "OTiite, Jr. 
Mrs. Joanna K. White 
Mr. & Mrs. D. Scott Whitehead 
Mts. Francis Whitehouse 
Dr. Francis R. Whitehouse'34 
Ms. Anne Marie Whittemore 
Mr. & Mrs. F. Case Whittemore 
Mr. James R. Whorley '70 
Mrs. Peggy C. Whorley 
Dr. & Mrs. R. Glen Wiggans 
Mr. & Mrs. Norman C. Willcox 
Mn & Mrs. C. Nelson 

Williams 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald F Williams 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry L Williams, Jr. 



Mr. & Mrs. Harry Newton 

Williams II 
Mrs. Isham Rowland Williams, 

Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Leroy F Williams 
Mr. Richard Scott Williams 
Mr. Benjamin J. Willis, Jr. '42 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank T.Willis 
The Hon. Jere M. H. Willis, 

Jr. '54 
Mr. David G. Wilson, Jr. '63 
Mr. & Mrs. James F Wilson, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Jeremy G. Wilson 
Mr. & Mrs. Layton B. Wilson 
Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Wilson 
Mrs. Ruth Windsor-Mann 
Mrs. CaroHne Winfree 
Mr. Henry S. Winston IV '75 
Ms. Donnan C. Wintermute 
Mr. Robert H.Witte, Jr. 
Mrs. Velma H. Wobus 
Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Wolanski 
Mr. Edward W. Wolcott 

-Deceased 
Mrs. Edward W. Wolcott 
Dr. James M. Wolcott, Jr. '42 
Mr. & Mrs. A. Allen Wolf 
Mr. Joseph H. Wood '60 
Mr. James K. Woodley, Jr. '59 
Mr. James K. Woodley, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. R G. Woodson 
Mr. & Mrs. Taylor G. Woody 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter T. Worthen 
Dr. Hugh Orian Wrenn '46 
Mr. & Mrs. Cecil B. Wright III 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles C. Wright 
Mr. George Wright 111 '48 
Mt. John W.Wright '71 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Wright 
Mrs. Claudia Albright Wyatt 
Mr. & Mrs. Jack H. Wyatt 
Mr. Emmett D. B. Yancey '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Curtis R. Young 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. Zell 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Zimmerman 
Dr. & Mrs. John H. Zoller III 
Mr.&Mrs.WilliamJ.deBurts,Jr. 
Mr. &Mrs. WilliamG. deWindt 



B 



Hampden-Sydney College 



Friends 2001-2002 



i 



Mr. & Mrs. Arthur U. 

Adams, Jr. 
Naila Townes AKmed 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Albert 
Mr. T. W. Alexander 
Lt. Col. & Mn. John R. AUen 
Dr. Mar)' Virginia Allen 
Mr. & Mrs. Vernon C. Allen 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. Allen 
Mr. Mark Anderson 
Ms. Ann H. Archer 
Mr. Edward Arcuri 
Ms. Anne Armistead 
Dr. Richard H. Armstrong 
Mr. Nathaniel D. Arnot, Jr. 
Ms. Judith A. Ashley 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank B. Atkinson 
Mr. R. Brian Ball 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles Dewey 

Barham, Jr. 
Mr. Robert B. Barnhill, Jr. 
Mr. Timothy R. Barnhill 
Mrs. Joan Moore Bardett 
Mrs. Frances T. Bates 
Mr. Theodore W. Bauer 
Mrs. Henrj' H. Beattie 
Mr. & Mrs. Henr,' S. Belber II 
Mr. & Mrs. Perer S. Bennett 
Mrs. John H. Bergeron 
Mrs. Joan B. Berman 
Col. BobbyJ. Berr>', Ret. 
Mrs. Edith L. Beyke 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard D. Biggs, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred T Bishop, Jr. 
Dr. Margaret VanDeman 

Blackmon 
Mrs. Shirley V. Blackwell 
Mr. Walter B. Blair 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip C. Blaker 
Ms. Mar)' Beth Blessing 
Mr. Paul's. Bliley, Jr. 
Ms. Susan Lee Booker 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Born, Jr. 
Dr. Donald W.& Mrs. 

Virginia Bortz 
Mr. G. Graham Boyce 
Mrs. G. Gra)'son Boyce 
Mr. & Mrs. Edgar M. Boyd 
Mr. & Mrs. Calvin J. Boyer 
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Brady 
Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Brandis 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. 

Brewbaker, Jr. 
Mrs. John R. Brinser 
Mr. Austin W. Brizendine, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. 

Broadus, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Austin 

Brockenbrough III 
Mr. A. Peter Brodell 
Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Brody 
Mr. Kingsley B. Brooks 
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander P 

Brown III 
Mr. Steven D. Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. E Lee Bryan III 



Mr. J. Stewart Br)'an III 
Mrs. A. C. Buchanan, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Richardson Buist 
Mr. & Mrs. Rudolph H. 

Bunzl 
Mr. Anthonv S. Burch 
Michele W.Burke 
Mrs. Robbie W. Burkholder 
Mr. James J. Bums 
Mr. David C. Burton 
Mr. Michael C. Buseck 
Mr. & Mrs. William F. Buder 
Mr. Patrick A. Cairns 
Mr. Donald A. Caldwell 
Mr. Henr)' W. Calhoun 
Mr & Mrs. Edmund J. 

Cashman, Jr. 
Mn & Mrs. Theodore L. 

Chandler, Jn 
Mrs. Elmira M. Chemault 
Mr. T Johnson Childress 
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent 

William Childress 
Ms. Elizabeth Gresham 

Chilton 
Mr & Mrs. Francis L. Church 
Mrs. W'Uliam H.Clarke 
Mrs. Elizabeth B. Clough 
Mr & Mrs. John B. Clough 
Mrs. Charles E. Coe 
Mr & Mrs. Edmond C. 

Conway 
Mr & Mrs. Robert M. Cook 
Dr & Mn. Boyd Coyner 
Ms. E. Lois B. P. Creamer 
Dr & Mrs. Crile Crisler 
MrJohnW. Cullenni 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Timothy 

Dalke & Katlm-n Dalke 
Mr. David L. Dallas, Jr 
Mr. M. J. Dance, Jr 
Mr & Mn. S. Scott Dance, Jr 
Mrs. Paul W. Da-vidson 
Mr. & Mrs. Ardiur E. Davis III 
Mr Charles E. Da\'is IV 
Mr & Mrs. George Dawson 
Mrs. George D. Delo, Jr 
Mr Elson R, Devan 
Mr. Joseph Di Julio 
^'Ir. Matthew Dillon 
Mr. & Mrs. R. T Dooley, Jr 
Dr & Mrs. William E Dorrill 
Mr. Bernard E. Dotson, Jr 
Mr & Mrs. Robert J. Doub 
Mr. & Mrs. Prentiss P 

Douglass III 
Dr & Mrs. Donald W. Dre\v 
Ms. Terrell H. Durmavant 
Mrs. Frederick T Edmunds 
Mr B. Purnell Eggleston 
Mr Stephen I. Eggleston 
N't. & Mrs. John A. Eichler 
Ms. Constance J. Eldridge 
Mr & Mrs. Sutherland C. 

Ellwood 
Mr. & Mrs. Walter H. Emroch 



Mr & Mrs. John D. Eure, Jr. 
Mr & Mrs. Joseph Fainberg 
Mr & Mrs. Daniel P Falvey 
Mr. John A. Farley, Jr 
Brig. Gen. Alan EFarrell. Ph.D. 
Ms. Arme Mason Field 
Mr & Mrs. Ian Fields 
Mr & Mrs. Paul Lindsey 

Fields, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Malcolm Firth 
The Hon. Duross Fitzpatrick 
Mr & Mrs. Francis W 

Fitzpatrick 
Miss Julia B. Fleet 
Mr & Mrs. Bradley T Foore 
Mr Bruce C. Foster 
Mr. & Mrs. Larr)' Foster 
Mr & Mrs. Robert M. Foster 
Mr. Cal\'in W. Fowler Jr 
Dr William L. Frank 
Mr & Mrs. Thomas R. Frantz 
Mrs. Douglas S. Freeman 
Mr J. S. Fulton, Jr 
Mr. J. B. Fuqua 
Ms. Robin H. Gabriel 
Mr Forrest L. Gager, Jr 
Mr Blair C. Gammon 
Mr Todd B. Garliss, Jr 
Dr Ray A. Gasldns 
Dr & Mrs. James B. Gates, Jn 
Mn & Mrs. Don M. Giles 
Mn Sherlock S.GillenJn 
Ms. Marcia M. Gilman 
Mr. J. Edwin Givens 
Mr. Douglas M. Godine 
Mr. James W. Golden 
Mrs. Lewis B. Goode, Jr 
Mrs. James W Gordon, Jr 

-Deceased 
Mn & Mrs. William W. 

Gough 
A'Is. Karen Ann Graham 
Mn & Mrs. Harmon S. 

Graves 
Mn & Mrs. Richard W. 

Graves 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick N. 

Griffidi 
Ms. Mar)' Anne 

Edmondson Grinnan 
Mr & Mrs. Roberr W. Grose 
Mr Charles T Gundlach 
Mr Rene J. Gunning, Jr 
Mn & Mrs. James M. 

Habel III 
Mn & Mrs. Frederick H. HaU 
Mn & Mrs. Lindy L. Hamlett 
Mr & Mrs. W Neil 

Hammerstrom 
Mr & Mrs. John C. Harrell 
Mr & Mrs. W L. Harrell 
Mn & Mrs. Edward B. Harris IE 
Mr H. Grant Hathaway 
Ms. Ashley E. Haug 
Mn Charlie Haug 
Mr & Mrs. Eric A, Hauser 



Mr Thomas J. Healy 
Mrs. Mar)' Herdegen 
Dr & Mrs. Ardiur Mel. 

Flildreth 
Mr & Mrs. Robert E. Fiill 
Mr & Mrs. Robert D. 

Hillmann 
Mn & Mrs. Joseph Q. Hills 
Mn & Mrs. Ralph P Hines 
Mn Samuel W Hixon III 
Mn & Mrs. A. Brooks Hock 
Mn & Mrs. Tom E Hofier 
Mrs. Virginia P. Hogan 
Miss Emilie C. Holladav 
Mn & Mrs. J. Peter Holland W 
Mrs. J. Thomas Hopkins, Jn 
Air. & Mrs. Roben V. House 
Dr J. Daniel Huband 
K'Ir. & Mrs. Richard A. Hunt 
Mr. James S. Hunter 
Ms. Jane A. Hustrulid 
Ms. Constance E Ingles 
Mr Philip A. Insley HI 
Mr Darmy W Jackson 
Mr. & Mrs. Henri- A. Jandl 
Mrs. Luo' Latane Jeffers 
Mn & Mrs. Roben T. Jerome 
Mn & Mrs. Da^'id A. Johnson 
Ms. Debra J. Johnson 
Maj. & iMrs. Julian B. Johnson 
Mn Richard B. Johnson 
Mrs. W^am T Johnson 
Mrs. M)Tris T Jolle)' 
Mr & \iis. Harris Jones, Jn 
Mn John Rison Jones, Jn 
Mn & Mrs. Julian W. Jones, Jn 
Mn N. C. Jones 
Mn & Mrs. P. Dickson Jones 
Mr Reginald N. Jones 
Mr & Mrs. Robert H. Jones 
Mrs. Shirley Jones 
Mr & Mrs. Wayland H. Jones 
The Hon. William B. Jones 
Mr J. Roben Judldns 
Mrs. James J. Keating, Jn 
Mr. Joseph S. Keelt)' 
Mr. Michael J. Keelt)' 
Mn & Mrs. Joseph A. Kelly, Jr 
Mr & Mrs. G. Hugh Kemp 
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Kenny 
Mr & A'Irs. Henry V. Kensing 
Mr Charles P H.Kernan 
Mr L. Wilson Kidd,Jr 
Mr. & Mrs. Meade B. King 
Mrs. Beverl)' Anne Klein 
Dr Paule G. Mine 
Mn Francis X. Knott 
Mn & Mrs. G. E. Kooncz, Jn 
Mn Nicholas W Kouwenhoven 
Ms. Catherine P. Laird 
Mn & Mrs. Alben W. Lais\' 
Mn W. E. Lamble 
Mn & Mrs. Richard P Lash 
Dn &Mrs. RolandV. La)ton, Jn 
Mn & Mrs. Paul H. LeBowiiz 
Mr. R. Han Lee 



Mr & Mrs. Benson Everett Legg 

Mn & Mrs. Gilben B. Lessenco 

Mn & Mrs. Earl L. Linehan 

Mn Woodrow P. Lipscomb 

Mn Robert B. Lloyd 

Mr & Mrs. Earl F. Lockwood 

Mrs. John B. Long, Sr 

Mr Kyle T Love 

Mrs. Helen Hardin Luck 

Mr John L. Ludwig 

Dr Patricia D. Lust 

Mn Stephen G. Lutz, Jn 

Mn Michael F. MacLeod 

Mr Thomas H. Maddux III 

Mr. & jVlrs. Clarence G. 

Magruder 
Mr. R. E Mansfield 
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander B. Martin 
Mr. Channing J. Martin 
Mr & Mrs. Frederick V. Martin 
Dr &Mrs. Samuel A- Martin,Jr 
Ms. Bessie B. Martine 
Mr Verbon Mathis 
Mr & Mrs. Edward E. Matne)' 
Mn & Mrs. Stuan Matthai 
Mr. William R. Mauck, Jn 
Ms. Tracey Haag McCarthy 
Re\'. Dn & Mrs. Joseph c' 

McCutchen 
Dana McDaniel 
Mn & Mrs. Thomas P. McDax-id 
Mr Roben D. McDorman, Jn 
Mn Maurice A. McDougal 
Mr&Mrs.CharlesC.D.McGill 
Mr & Mrs. Peter R. McGill, Jn 
Mn & Mrs. Roben McMillan 
Dn Michael O. McMunn 
Mn & Mrs. Roben J. McNickle 
Mn Donald G. Meczger 
Mn Charles A. Me)'er, Jn 
Mn Alben H. Michaels, Jr 
Miss Luc)' M. Minter 
Mr Roben G. Mitchell 
\ii. Rodne)' B. Mitchell 
Mr Grespry N. Mix 
Mr Hu^ W. Mohler 
Mrs. Carrie E. Moore 
Ms. Joan Hanman Moore 
Mn Thomas J. Moore 
Mn Gerald Morgan, Jn 
Mrs. Mar)' Helen Morgan 
Mn Joseph F. Morrissette 
Mn John Stewan Monon, Jr 
Mrs. Lindsav Mount 
Mrs. Sallie Atkinson Mowbray 
Mr &: Mrs. Homer Mullins 
Dr Anthonv J. Munoz 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward P Murphy 
Ms. Ruth S. Murphy 
Ms. Frieda E. Myers 
Mr. & Mrs. Carroll E. 

Neesematm 
Miss Alicia Nove)' 
Mr Warren E. Nowlin 
Mr & Mrs. James M. 

O'Connor 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. 

O'Donnell 
Mr. & Mrs. Neil R O'Donohue 
Mr. Charles E. Oftiitt 
Mr.NelsonT. OffUtt.Jr 
Mr R. Nekon Oster 
Miss Dorothy Chercash 
Ms. Emily C. Pancake 
Mr & Mrs. George H. Pappas 
Mr Stanley R Paule)' 
Mis. Virginia PaN-ne 
Mr & Mrs. Robert D. Perrow 
Mr joe Peters 
Mr Christopher Peterson 
Mr Henr\' B. Peterson 
Ms. Helen E. Petrill 
Mr Roben Philips 
Mr & Mrs. Conolv Phillips 
Mr. Eck-ard K. Phillips 
Mr & Mrs. William E. Phipps 
Ms. Joyce S. Pittman 
Mr &'Mr5. Harr>- E. Pollock HI 
Ms. Dorothea S. Pomeroy 

-Deceased 
Mrs. Dorothy Porterfield 
Mr & Mrs. terry S. Powell 
Mr & Mrs. William G. 

Pritchard, Jr 
Mr Peter D. Pruden III 
Mr. & Mrs. Terry L. Pur\is 
Mrs. S. Waverly Putney, Jr 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard T. Race 
Mr Graham A. Randolph 



Mr Craig L. Rascoe 
Mr Donald B. Ratdiffe 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Reed 
Mrs. Marie Eason Reveley- 

Harris 
Mr & Mrs. Pred Reynolds 
Re^■. & Mrs. John B. Rice 
Mr. Malcolm E. Ritsch, Jr 
iVlrs. Alyce Amory Roach 
Dr Joseph C. Robert 
Dr & Mrs. William H. Robison 
Mr & Mrs. Frank W. Rogers, Jr 
Dr & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers 
Mrs. Charles P Rolfe 
Mrs. Philip deButts Rome 
Mr & Mrs. Fred Rosen 
Ms. Phyllis D. Rozman 
Mr William L. Rueger 
The Hon. Donald Henry 

Rumsfeld 
Mr Charles H. Salisbury, Jr 
Mrs. Martha C. Sanders 
Mr Burton M. Sapin 
Dr & Mrs. Daniel G. Sapir 
Mr & Mrs. Bruce P. Sawyer 
Mr & Mrs. C. Douglas Saw^'er 
Mrs. Nana' S. Saylor 
Carol J. Schmidt 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. 

Schmidt. Sr 
Mr. James P. Scholtes 
Mr & Mrs. Manfred E. Schwarz 
Mr. W. H. Schwarzschild UI 



Mr & Mrs. C. Grigsby Scifres 
Dr Charley Scott 
Mrs. W. C. Scruggs, Jr 
Mr Ralph L. Sebrell 
Dr & Mrs. Ellery Sedgwick 
Mr & Mrs. Joseph N. Seifert 111 
Mr & Mrs. Stephen M. Sessler 
Ms. Jennifer Huston Sgro 
Mr Ericka K. Shapard 
Mr Scott P. Shaughnessy 
Mr Mark S. Shepard 
Mr & Mrs. D. Herbert 

Shcppard 
Mr & Mrs. Robert M. 

Showalter 
Ms. Helen B. Simpson -Deceased 
Mr & Mrs. Paul A. Simpson 
Mr Ethan Sloane 
Mr & Mrs. Allen E. Smith 
Mr. Thomas E. Snyder 
Dr & Mrs. Stuart M. Solan 
Mrs. Henry C. Spalding, Jr 
Dr & Mrs. Jonas B. Spiegel 
Mr David Spilman 
Mr & Mrs. John A. Spilman IV 
Mr John A. Spilman V 
Mrs. William R Spocswood, Jr 
Ms. MoUv P. Squire 
Mr R T Stant III 
Mr & Mrs. Wdliam N. 

Stellmann 
Mr Joseph P. Stenson 
Mrs. Herbert R. Stokes 



Mr & Mrs. Frank Dew 

Stoneburner 
Mr William Stude 
Mrs. Harry M. Tayloe 
iMr Stephen G. Test 
Mr Peter C. Teuten 
Mrs. John H. Thompson III 

-Deceased 
Mrs. Thomas L. Thorne, Jr 
Mr Edward B. Titmus 
Mrs. Verser Todd 
Mr Alan Toothman 
Mr & Mrs. WiUiam A. 

Touchard, Jr 
Mr & Mrs. Larry C. Tucker 
Dr & Mrs. John M. Turner III 
Mr & Mrs. J. Richard Uhlig 
Mr & Mrs. John G. UUman 
Mr John H. Varner 
Mr W. Moorhead Vermilye 
Ms. Judith R Vogelback 
Mr John L. Walker III 
Mrs. WiUiam G. Walker 
Mr Charles E. Wall 
Ms. Frances N. Wallace 
Mr & Mrs. Michael E. Warner 
Mrs. Sally Waters 
Mr&Mrs.DavidC.Watkins,Sr 
Ms. Margaret Watkins 
Mr & Mrs. Hunrer R. Watson 
Mrs. Meredith E. Watson 
Mr & Mrs. Eugene A, Weir 



Mr & Mrs. B. Randolph 

Wellford, Jr 
Mr Francis X. Wells 
Mr & Mrs. John H. West III 
Mrs. Martha F. Whitehead 
Mr William W. Whitescarver 
Mr & Mrs. H. Hadley 

Whidock,Jr 
Mr & Mrs. James L. Whidock 
Mr & Mrs. William G. Whitter 
Mr & Mrs. Edward 1. Wight 
Mr John L. Wilcox 
Dr & Mrs. E. R Shaw Wilgis 
Captain Quendn E. Wilhelmi 
Dr & Mrs. William T Wilkins 
Mr & Mrs. Emerson Willard 
MrJosiahJWillardlll 
Mrs. Anne Moore Williams 
Mr & Mrs. Fielding L. 

Williams, Jr 
Mr & Mrs. Kenneth Williams 
Mrs. Virginia H. Wilson 
Mr E. Carlton Wilton, Sr 
Mr Vernon C. Womack 
Mrs. Bernard L. Woody, Jr 
Mr & Mrs. Page C. Yonce 
Mr & Mrs. Douglas M. Young 
Ms. Lynne Bruce Zehnder 
Mr & Mrs. Charles J. 

Zondorak, Jr 




Hampden- Sydney College 



Faculty & Staff 2001-2002 



Mr. Gordon H. Ashworth 
Dr. George F. Bagby, Jr. 
Dr. Paul S. Baker 
Dr. J. Michael Herman 
Mr. Michael C. Bizon '00 
Dr. & Mrs. James W. 

Blackburn 
Mr. Steven D. Bloom 
Ms. Susan Lee Booker 
Pres. & Mrs. Walter M. 

Bortz III 
Mrs. Eriene H. Bowman 
Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 
Mrs. Mary M. Brooks 
Mr. C. Beeler Brush 
Dr. Gerald M. Bryce 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Bush 
Dr. Gerald T. Carney 
Mrs. Evuiice W. Carwile '92 
Ms. Linda E Cassada 
Mr. Leon M. Cohen 
Mr.& Mrs. W. Glenn Culley Jr. 
Mrs. Joan H. Davis 



Dr. & Mrs. Thomas E. 

DeWolfe 
Mrs. Donna Gregory Dean 
Mrs. Cheryle M. DLxon 
Dr. Michael J. Dougherty 
Mrs. CandiceJ. Dowdy 
Dr. Lewis H. Drew '60 
Dr. Kevin M. Dunn 
Dr. John H. Eastby 
Mr. Richard P. Epperson II '79 
Mrs. DorothaJ. Fahrner 
Mr. Richard Fladier Farley II '98 
Mr. Jason Matthew Ferguson '96 
Dr. & Mrs. Keith W. Fitch 
Ms. Anita H. Garland 
Dr. Ray A. Gaskins 
Mr. & Mrs. David L. Giles 
Dr. Robert G. Hall 
Dr.& Mrs. Ronald L. 

Heinemann 
Dr. & Mrs. William R, 

Hendley 
Mrs. Barbara M. Henley 



Dr. Robert T. Herdegen III 
Mr. Chuck W. Ironmonger 
Dr. Vincent A. Iverson 
Ms. Debra J. Johnson 
Mrs. Virginia W Johnston 
The Hon. William B. Jones 
Dr. W. Thomas Joyner, Jr. '5 1 
Mrs. Norma S. Kernodle 
Dr. Daxdd A. Klein 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Norman 

Krueger 
Dr. & Mrs. Amos L. Laine 
Dr. Kenneth D. Lehman 
Dr. Anne C. Lund 
Dr. David E. Marion 
Dr. Thomas T Mayo IV 
Dr. & Mrs. Richard C. 

McClintock 
Ms. Joan E. McRae 
Mr. Roberto L. Molinary 
Mrs. Karen P. Montgomery 
Mfs. Lisa H. Newcomb 
Mrs. Andrea L. O'York 



Dr.& Mrs. John K. Osoinach 

Mr. Ryan M. Pemberton '00 

Mr. & Mrs. L. D. Phaup, Jr. 

Dr. James F. Pontuso 

Dr. William W Porterfield 

Dr. Mary A, Prevo 

Mr. Garrick D. Queen '99 

Mrs. CamHle G. Rabon 

Mr. John David Ramsey 

Mr. Leland C. Rice '01 

Dr. Susan P. Robbins 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. 

Rostan 
Mrs. Sharon M. Sercombe 
Dr.WimamA.Shear 
Mr. Thomas H. Shomo '69 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank J. Simes 
Dr. Herbert J. Sipe, Jr. 
Mn. Carol Smith 
Mr. Brian C. Sommardahl '96 
Ms. Lori Spiro 
Mr. Howard W. Stracke '75 



Mr. C. WiUiam Sublett, Jr. '73 
Dr. Graves Haydon 

Thompson '27 
Rev Dr. & Mrs. William E. 

Thompson 
Dr. C. Wayne Tucker 
Dr. Thomas Valente 
Mrs. Florence C. Watson 
Dr. & Mrs. G. Daniel Weese 
Dr. Alexander J. Werth 
Mr. Meade "Whitaker HI '99 
Mr. Randolph Williams, 

Jr. '96 
Lt. Gen. & Mrs. Samuel V 

Wilson 
Dr. Warner R, Winborne '88 
Mrs. Sandy Yeatts 



Bequests 2001-2002 



^» 



Estate of Edna Bain 

Estate of Fred L. & Martha F. Brown 

Estate of Harr)' H. Bryan '25 

Estate of Robert C. Bunts 

Estate of Dr. George D. Delo, Jr. '59 



Estate of Nell R. Smith 
Estate of Robert D. Johnson '36 
Estate of James J. Keating, Jr. '56 
Estate of Kathleen A. Miller 
Estate of Ms. Helen B. Simpson 



Virginia Foundation for 
Independent Colleges 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



MIUION DOLLAR DONORS 

I AT&iT Foundacion 

I Bassen Furniture Induscries, Inc. 

Beaziey Foundarion 
I Camp Foundations 
Camp Foundation 

Camp Youncs Foundation 

J. L Camp Foundation 

Ruth Camp Campbell Foundation 
! CSX Corporation 
Dominion 
Goctw'ald Family and Companies 

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce C. GortNv-ald 

Albemarle Corporation 

Ethyl Corporation 

The Hemdon Foundation 

Tredegar Industries, Inc. 
The Homestead 
Jessie Ball duPont Fund 
Norfolk Foundation / North Shore Fund 
Norfolk Southern Foundation 
Philip Morris Companies, Inc. 
E. Claiborne Robins Estate 
Shelle)' Krasnow Estate 
Geoi^e A. &c Lorraine C. Snell and 

Snell Construction Company 
SunTrust Bank 
Verizon \1rginia 
Wachovia Foundation 

LEADERSHIP COhfTRIBUTORS 
2001 -2002 

Abbott Laboratories Fund 

ACT 

A. Marshall AcufF, Jr. 

Alcoa Packaging & Consumer Group 

American Electric Power 

Armstrong Fund 

AT&T Foundarion 

Eugene M. Bane Charitable Trust 

Bank of America - \^ginia 

Bamharr EndowTnent 

Bassen Furniture Induscries, Inc. 

Jane Parke Batten 

The Batten Foundarion 

BB&T of Vu-ginia 

Beazley^ Foundarion, Inc. 

William E. Betts, Jr. 

Birdsong Peanuts 

J. Stewart Bnan III 

The Br)'ant Foundarion 

Burlington Industries Foundarion 

Camp Foundations 

Camp Foundarion 

Camp Younts Foimdation 

J. L. Camp Foundarion, Inc. 

Ruth Camp Campbell Foundarion 



Canon Virginia. Inc. 

Capital One 

Carpenter Company. Inc. 

Caner Machinery Company. Inc. 

Caruthers Foundation 

The Case Foundarion 

Christian & Barton L.L.n 

Circuit Cit\' Foimdation 

Clark- Wmch cole Foundation 

Robert B. Claytor Fund 

CSX Corporation 

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cutchins III 

Joshua P. Darden, Jr. 

Dollar Tree Stores, Inc. 

Jessie Ball duPont Fund 

Jessie Ball duPont Fund Endowment 

Dominion 

Eagle Corporation 

Empire Machinery & Supply Corporation 

W. C. Enghsh Foimdation 

Ernst & Young 

Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. 

First Virginia Banks. Inc. 

C. B. Fleet Company. Inc. 

Furnace Associates/Lorton Landfill 

Douglas and Palmer Garson 

GE Financial Assurance 

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Goodwin, Jr. 

The Gottwald Foundation 

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Gottwald 

Garland and Agnes Taylor Gray Foimdation 

The Herndon Foundation 

Richard G. and Patricia B. Holder 

Emily S. & Coleman A. Hunter Charitable Trust 

Hun ton & WiUiams 

Invensys Control Systems 

The Imperial Charitable Trust 

KPMG 

Shelle}' Krasnow Endowment 

Landmark Communications, Inc. 

The Roanoke Times 

The Virginian-Pilot 
Lee Technologies Group, Inc. 
A. J. Lester ffl 
Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Jr.* 
Lemuel E. Lewis 

Mary and Daniel Loughran Foundation, Inc. 
Luck Stone Corporation 
Chas. Lunsford Sons & Associates 
Markel Corporation 
Mars Foundation 
Masse)' Foundation 
Maurice L. Mednick Memorial Fund 
John L. McElroy, Jr. 
McGuireWoods LLP 
H. P McNeal 
Media General, Inc. 

Bristol Herald-Courier 



The Charlottesville Daily Progress 

Culpeper Star-Exponent 

Danville Renter & Bee 

The Lynchburg Neivs & Daily Advance 

The Manassas Journal Messenger 

Pototnac News 

Richmond Times-Dispatch 

Suffolk New-Herald 
Mr. and Mrs. Ross R. Millhiser 
Mrs. T. Justin Moore, Jr. 

Marietta M. & Samuel T. Morgan, Jr. Foundation 
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation 
Roger H. Mudd 

Nationwide Insurance Company 
Noland Company, Inc. 
Lloyd U.Noland,Jr 
Norfolk Southern Foundation 
North Shore Fund/Norfolk Foundation 
Owens & Minor, Inc. 
Clarence R. Payne 
Performance Food Group Company 
Perry Foundation, Inc. 
Philip Morris Companies, Inc. 
The Piccston Company 
ReliaStar Foundation/ING, Inc. 
Retail Merchants Foundation, Inc. 
C. E. Richardson Benevolent Foundarion 
Robins Foundarion 
E. Claiborne Robins Scholars 
Mrs. E. Claiborne Robins 
E. Claiborne Robins, Jr. 
Sallie Mae Community Fund 
Jeremiah J. Sheehan 
Shenandoah Life Insurance Company 
George A. & Lorraine C. Snell and Snell Construcrion 
Company 

John W. and Carolyn K. Snow 
SouthTrust Bank of Alabama, NA. 
SunTrust Bank, Mid Atlantic 
Michael E. Szymancz)^k 
The Titmus Foundation, Inc. 
Tredegar Corporation 
Universal Corporation 
UPS Educational Endowment Fund/FIHE 
Ukrop's/FirsE Market Bank 
Verizon Communications 
Vulcan Materials Company 
Wachovia Foundarion 
Wachovia Seairities 
Washington and Lee University 
Washington Forrest Foimdarion 
Weinstein Management Company, Inc. 
The Fred Whitaker Company 
WiUiams Mullen 
Alan and Irene Wurtzel 
Wyeth Consumer Healthcare 



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Hampden-Sydney College 



Foundations 2001-2002 



Beckett Charitable Foundation 

John M. Borders, M.D., Memorial Fund 

The Bruning Foundation 

William M. Cage Library Trust 

Camp Younts Campbell Foundation 

Charitable Gift Fund 

Community Fdtn. for Northeast Georgia 

Commimity Fdtn. of Greater Adanta, Inc. 

Community Fdtn. of Louisville Depository 

The Community Foundation 

The Communit}^ Foundation of Greater Greensboro 

The Community Foundation Serving Richmond & 

Central Virginia 
Fannie R. Cooke Fimd #1 
D.H.R. Foundation 



Jessie Ball duPont Fund 

The A. E. Finley Foimdation, Inc. 

Foundation for the Carolinas 

James F. Goodmon Family Fund of the 

Triangle Comm. Fdm. 
The Greater Cincinnad Foundation 
The Howe Foimdation, Inc. 
The Hunt Family Fdtn. of Nashville, TN, Inc. 
The Ireland Foundation 
Joseph S. Keelt}' Foundation, Inc. 
The Kiefer Foimdation, Inc. 
The Lanier Goodman Foundation 
The Linehan Family Foundation, Inc. 
Charles R & Marion G. Lunsford Charirable Trust 
Massev Foundation 



Alfred Moore Foundation 

The Norfolk Foundation 

Sranley and Dorothv Pauley Trust 

The Rasor Charitable Trust 

RCP Charitable Lead Trust 

C. E. Richardson Benevolent Foundation 

Rouse-Bottom Foundation, Inc. 

Shelton H. Short, Jr., Share Three Trust 

Seth Sprague Educational & Charitable Foundation 

The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation 

Frances W. Thompson Memorial Fund 

The Titmus Foundation, Inc. 

Triangle Community Foundation, Inc. 

U.S. Charitable Gift Trusr 



Matching Gift Companies 2001-2002 




Abbott Laboratories Fund 

Albany International Corporation 

Albemarle Corporation 

Alcoa Foundation 

Alexander Haas Martin & Partners 

Allfirst Foundation, 101-900 

Allstate Foundation 

American Express Foundation 

Amoco Foundation, Inc. 

AmSouth Bancorporation Foundation 

Arthur Andersen & Company 

Foimdation 
AstraZeneca Matching Program 
AT&T Foundation 
Atlantic Lift Systems, Inc. 
Avaya Communication 
AXA Foundation 
Bank of America 
The Bank of New York 
Bank One Corporation 
L. M. Berry and Company 
The Boeing Company 
BP Matching Fund Programs 
Bridgestone Firestone, Inc. 
Burlington Industries Foundation 
Capital One Services, Inc. 
Central CaroUna Bank & Trust Co. 
Charles Schwab Corporation 

Foundation 
Chesapeake Corporation Foundation 
Childrens Wear Digest, Inc. 



Circuit City Foundation 

Cisco Foundation 

Constellation Energy Group 

CSX Corporation 

The Delta Air Lines Foundation 

Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation 

Dimon, Inc. 

Dominion Foundation Matching 

Program 
Dow Chemical Company 
d-SCAN, Inc. 
Eli Lilly & Company 
ExxonMobil Foundation 
Fannie Mae Foundation 
FBD Consulting 
Fidelity Foundation 
First Union Corporation 
Fleet 

Freddie Mac Foundation 
GartnerGroup, Inc. 
GEICO Foimdation 
GenCorp (OMNOVA) Foundation 
General Electric Foundation 
General Motors Foundation 
Georgia-Pacific Corporation 
W. W. Grainger, Inc. 
The Guardian Life Trust 
The Home Depot 
IBM International Foundation 
International Paper Company 

Foundation 



Johnson & Johnson 

LandAmerica Foundation 

Liz Claiborne Foundation 

Lockheed Martin Corporation 

Markel Corporation 

Marsh & McLennan Companies 

Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance 

Company 
The May Stores Foundation, Inc. 
Merrill Lynch & Company 
Metro Information Sendees 
Milliken & Company 
Mobil Foundation, Inc. 
J. P Morgan & Company 
National Grange Mutual Insurance Co. 
Nationwide Foundation 
Norfolk Southern Foundation 
Northwestern Mutual Life Foundation, 

Inc. 
Office Depot, Inc. 
Oracle Matching Gifts Program 
Pennsylvania Lumbermens Mutual 

Ins. Co. 
Pfizer Foundation 
Philip Morris, Inc. 
Pioneer Group, Inc. 
The Procter & Gamble Fund 
Prudential Foundation 
RBC Dain Rauscher 
Science Applications International 

Corporation 



Shell Companies Foundation 
SmithKline Beecham Foundation 
Sprint Foundation 
State Farm Companies Foundation 
State Street Foundation 
SunTrust Company of Georgia 

Foundation 
SunTrust Mid-Atlantic 
T Rowe Price Associates Foundation, 

Inc. 
Tomkins Corporation Foundation 
Towers Perrin 
TransUnion 

Tricon Foundation, Inc. 
UBS Matching Gift Program 
Union Pacific Corporation 
United Way of King Co.-Microsoft 

Program 
Universal Leaf Foundation 
Universal Leaf Tobacco Company, Inc. 
The UPS Foundation 
Verizon Foundation 
Wachovia Bank 
Washington Mumal 
Whitman Corporation Foundation 
Wyedi 
The Xerox Foundation 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



Businesses & Others 2001-2002 



BUSINESS 

Aetna US Healthcare 

Allewalt & Murphy, RA. 

Andrews-Large Reair.- Corporation 

Anesthesia Specialists 

ARiAAL\RK Corporation 

Bank of America 

BCC Steel, Inc. 

BTi 

The Buffalo News 

C & F Mortgage Corporation 

The Caldwell & Gregory- Foundation 

Capital Group Companies Charitable Fdm. 

Chapin, Da\TS 

CIBC World Markets Corp. 

Corckran Family Charitable Foimdadon 

Covenant Woods 

Croft-Leominster Foimdadon 

Davis, Da\is & Davis, Attomej-s 

Diamond Paper Company 

Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. 

First Virginia Bank-Colonial 

Grier Family Foimdadon, Inc 

Hofheimer Nusbaum, P.O. 

Hometown Realt\' Service, Inc. 

The Kiplinger Foimdarion 

Kvanite Mining Corporarion 



Lowe, Brockenbrough & Company, Inc. 

McManus Foundanon, Inc. 

Mitchell Management & Marketing 

Nevv York Life Insurance Company 

PaineWebber Incorporated 

Peninsula Association of Legal Support Staff 

PennsN'lvania Lumbermens Murual Insurance Co. 

Pepsi-Coia Company 

Piney Island Gun Club, Inc. 

Radiologv' Associates of Roanoke 

Red Hawk LLC 

Scott Insurance 

SimTrust Bank, Inc. 

The Hackers 

Thompson Hospitalit)' Corporarion 

Uruted Jewish Comm. of the VA Penn Fdm. 

Virginia Health Information 

Virginia Trane 

Whitaker Woods HomeouTiers Association 

Mar)- Ratrie Wick Family Foundation 

Williams, Mullen, Clark & Dobbins Charitable Fdtn. 

The Woodbur)' Foundation 

GOVERNMENT 

American Astronomical Society 
Histot)' & Economics Research Instimte 
Virgjnia Commission for the Arts 



CHURCHES & REUGIOUS 
ORGANIZATIONS 

First Presbvienan Church 
Imngton Baptist Church 
The Presb)'terian Church (U.SA.) 
Second Presbnerian Church 
The Synod of the Mid-Adantic 

CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS 

Allen Reunion Fund 

Buder Memorial Golf Tournament 

Endowment Fund of the Jewish Community 

Federation 
Hampden-Sydney College 
James Allen Chapter N.S.Dj^.R. 
Alice Reed & Hunter H. McGuire, Jr., Endowment 

Trust 
Museum Board Members of Hampden-Sydney 

College 
Society of Cincinnati in the State of Virginia 
Theta Chi Alumni 1966-1972 
United Way of the Virginia Peninsula 
The Woman's Club 



Professorships 2001-2002 



The Spalding Professorship 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. '60 



E. Lee Trinkle and Helen 

Ball Sexton Trinkle Professorship 

Dr. & Mrs. C. William Dabney "76 



James C. Wheat 

Professorship in Leadership 

Mrs. Royal E. CabeU, Jr. 



I 



Hampden- Sydney College 



1776 Society 



The 1776 Society, named after Hampden-Sydney's inaugural year, was established to recognize the many 
and friends who, through intended bequests and life-income gifts, have provided for the College's future. 



Dr. Mary Virginia Allen 

Dr. William H. Armstrong '36 - Deceased 

Dr.& Mrs. Joseph L. Austin 71 

Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour '99 

Dr. & Mrs. John Danforth Beal '47 

Mr. Stewart Bell, Jr. '3 1 - Deceased 

Mr.& Mrs. J. Scott Benton '90 

Mr. C. Howard Bliss '37 

The Rev. Allan Bond, Jr. '50 

Mr. Patrick H. Boodi, Jr. '42 

Mr. & Mrs. Lewis E. H. Brandon '45 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Bray '60 

Mr. B. Louis Briel, Jr. '66 

Miss Marguerite Lewis Britton 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Mr. & Mrs. George T. Bryson, Jr. '50 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Buck '58 

Mr. Royal E. CabeU, Jr. '43 - Deceased 

Mrs. Royal E. CabeU, Jr. 

Mr. Royal E. CabeU III '72 

Mr. & Mrs. William Alexander Carrington '38 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Cobb '69 

Mr. J. Gordon Coleman, Jr. '69 

Dr. C. Barrie Cook '45 

Mr. Richard E Cralle, Jr. '65 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Crist 'G(, 

Mr. Douglas C. Crummett '43 - Deceased 

Mrs. Douglas C. Crummett 

Mr. & Mrs. T. Frank Crowder '45 

Rev. Charles N. Davidson, Jr. '66 

Dr. & Mrs. Martin Donelson, Jr. '38 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Birch Douglas III '65 

Dr.J.WUliamDixon.Jr. '42 

Mr. Christopher Hamilton Dowdy '99 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas U. Dudley II '65 

Dr. & Mrs. William P. Edmondson, Jr. '56 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Edmimds, Jr. '53 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Ellis, Jr. '70 

Dr. & Mrs. WiUiam C. Finch '29 

Mr. James D. Finley II '34 

Miss Julia B. Fleet 

Mr. WiUiam S. Formwalt '36 

Mr. & Mrs. F. Meriwether FowUtes, Jr '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald N. Fulks '72 

Mr. George H. Fulton. Jr. '42 

Mr. & Mrs. Carter B. S. Furr, Sr. '54 

Mr. Blair C. Gammon 

Ms. Anita Holmes Garland 

Dr. & Mrs. Richard M. German, Jr. '40 

Dr.& Mrs. FredT. Given, Jr. '49 

Mr. C. Hobson Goddin '45 



Dr. John R. Good '52 

Mr. Stuart H. Goodwin '75 

Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam B. Graham '43 

Mr. Randolph M. Gregg '57 

Dr. & Mrs. Walter L. Grubb, Jr. '57 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Guthridge "68 

The Hon. John M. Hamlet, Jr. '31 - Deceased 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Harrison Hancock '38 

Mr.& Mrs. Robert G. Harper III '38 

The Hon. John M. Hamlet, Jr. '31 - Deceased 

The SaUie Wright Harrison Trust 

Mr. & Mrs. Scott M. Harwood, Sr. '65 

Mr. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. '5 1 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph WiUiam Hatchett, Jr. '84 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Hatten '69 

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Henlev 

Mrs. WiUiam C. Holbrook ' 

Miss Emilie C. HoUaday 

Mr. & Mrs. Bruce B. Hopkins '72 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Hubbard '62 

Mr. William Henry Hubbard '39 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Randolph Hudgins, Jr. '46 

Dr. W. Glenn Hurt '60 

Dr. & Mrs. Jediro H. Irby Jr. '38 

Mrs. Charles G. Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry Morgan TUford Jones '94 

Dr. & Mrs. Wilham RusseU Jones Jr. '37 

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy K. Jordan '86 

Mr. James J. Keating, Jr. '56 - Deceased 

Mrs. James J. Keating, Jr. 

Mr. Ralph D. Keighdey, Jr. '45 

Mr. Albert S.Kemper Ill's 1 

Dr. & Mrs. Edwin L. Kendig, Jr. '32 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W King, Jr. '52 

Dr. & Mrs. Hubert E. Kiser, Jr. '53 

Mr. Robert W Lawson, Jr. '30 - Deceased 

Mrs. Robert W. Lawson 

Dr. Allen E. LeHew 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert H. Loving '37 

Mr. & Mrs. John G. Macferlane III '76 

Mr. Howlette B. Martin, Jr. '55 

The Hon. D. Carleton Mayes '36 

Dr. W Austin McCleUan '46 

Mr. & Mrs. R, MaxweU Meador '58 

Dr. & Mrs. Richard A. Michaux '34 

Mr. & Mrs. David G. Monette 

Mr. Ben D. Morton, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Charles H. Moseley, Jr. '52 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles C. Mottley '56 

Dr. & Mrs. Perry D. Mowbray, Jr. '67 

Mr. & Mrs. C. L. Ellinger O'Brien II '89 



Dr. & Mrs. WiUiam L. Odom '57 

Miss Dorothy M. Overcash 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Parker'81 

Mr. Charles G. Patterson, Jr. '37 - Deceased 

IVlrs. Charles G. Patterson 

Dr. & Mrs. George R Piros '75 

Mrs. C. Lewis Pitzer, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Roben H. Ramey, Jr. '51 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers 

Dr. Samuel B. Ryburn '50 

Mr. & Mrs. WiliiamT Saunders, Jr. '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon D. Schreck '65 

Dr. & Mrs. John B. Schug '52 

Dr. & Mrs. Roben G. Schultz "41 

Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam E M. Schwind '93 

Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam D. Selden V '70 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Daniel Shelburne '36 

Mr. & Mrs. Francis A. Shelton '41 

Mr. & Mrs. William E Shumadine, Jr. '66 

Dr. & Mrs. FrankJ. Simes 

Mrs. Glerm W Small, Sr. - Deceased 

The Rev Glenn W. SmaU '63 

Mn & Mrs. David H. Smidi II '61 

Mr. & Mrs. JuMous P Smith, Jr. '65 

Lt. Col. & Mrs. L. Rucker Snead III '81 

Mr. Owen A. Snyder - Deceased 

Mrs. Owen A. Snyder 

Mr. & Mrs. S. Bruce Spencer '37 

Mr. Hugh R. StaUard '59 

Col. & Mrs. Clayton B. Tasker '41 

Dr. & Mrs. R. Dean Tester '54 

Mr. H. Rogers Thomas '32 - Deceased 

Mrs. H. Rogers Thomas 

Mr. John H. Thompson III '43 

Dr. C. Wayne Tucker 

Mr. & Mrs. Travis J. Tysinger '66 

The Rev & Mrs. Robert C. "Vaughan, Jr. '40 

Dr. & Mrs. Douglas Venable '42 

Mr. & Mrs. R. King WaddiU '59 

Mrs. WiUiam W.Walton 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Ernest Warinner III '47 

Mr. & Mrs. Harvey L. Warnick, Jr. '86 

Mr. & Mrs. Himter R. Watson 

Dr. & Mrs. Francis R. Whitehouse '34 

Mr. W. Palmer Wilkins III '96 

Ms. Donnan C. Wintermute 

Mr. Edward W. Wolcott '43 - Deceased 

Mrs. Edward W. Wolcott 

Dr. & Mrs. Edwin S. Wysor '41 

Mr. & Mrs. Hubert H. Young, Jr. 

Ms. Lynne Bruce Zehnder 




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Memorial Gifts 2001-2002 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



In memory of Dr. & Mrs. D. M. Allen 

Dr. &: Mrs. O. W". Lac>- '4^ 

Memorials given to the James Allen 

Chopter N.S.DAR. 
James Allen Chapter N.S.D-A.R. 

In memory of Mr. Joseph J. Bosilone 
'50 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Basilone 'S^ 

In memory of Dr. Robert C. Beale 

Dr. & Mrs. O. W. Lao,' 47 

In memory of Mr. Stewart Bell, Jr. '31 

Miss Dorothy M. CK'ercash 
Mr. G. Granville Sydnor 111 '^S 

In memory of Mr. John H. Bergeron 
'64 

Mr. & Mrs. J. P. McGuJre Boyd '64 
Dr. & Mrs. Lews H. Drew '60 
Mrs. Carol\Ti Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. Walter Blair ' 1 5 

Mr. Walter B. Blair 

In memory of Dr. Frank McFaden 
Blonton '43 

Mr. & Mrs. John P. Harlow, Jr. '42 

In memory of Mrs. Grace 

Bloodworth 
The Re%'. Glenn ^. Small '63 

In memory of Mr. Munro Lebby 
Boinest, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. William B. Graham '43 

In memory of AAr. G. Grayson Boyce 
'63 

Alle\\-alt & Murphy, PA 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Albert 

Ms. Judith A. Ashley 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry S. Belber II 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Bennett '63 

Mr. & Mts. Thomas N. Biddison 

Dr. & Mrs. Richard D. Biggs, Jr. 

Mr. & Mn. Edgar M. Boyd 

Mr. & X'Irs. Thomas H. Broadus, Jr. 

Mr. Kingsle}' B. Brooks 

Mr. & Mrs. E Lee Brj-an III 

Mr. & Mrs. Edmund J. Cashman, Jr. 

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Clough 

Mr. & Mrs. John B. Clough 

Mr. M.J. Dance, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur E. Da™ IH 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Doub 

Mr. & Mrs. Prentiss P. Douglass 

Mr. W. Robert Eason, Jr. '67 

Mr. & Mrs. Sutherland C. Ellwood 

Mr. John A. Farley, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. 'William A. Fisher ffl 

Mr. & Mrs. Don M. Giles 

Mr. Sherlock S.Gillet, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Grose 

The Hackers 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip I. Heuisler 

Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Mel. HUdreth 

Mr. John Rison Jones, Jr. 

Joseph S. Keeliy Foundation 



Mr. & Mrs. Tom Kenny 

Mr. & Mrs. Hear)' V. Kensing 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert W. Lais>' 

Mr. & Mrs. Benson Everett Legg 

Linehan Family Foundation Inc. 

Mr. & Mrs. Stuart Matthai 

Ms. Tracey Haag McCarth}' 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. McDavid 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter R. McGiU, Jr. 

McManus Foundation Inc. 

Mr. Albert H.Michaels, Jr. 

Mr. Hugh W. Mohler 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward R Murphy 

Mr. & Mrs. Carroll E. Neesemann 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Owen '74 

Mr. & Mrs. George H. Pappas 

Mr. Henry B. Petetson 

Mr. & Mrs. Harry E. Pollock 111 

Mr. & Mrs. Terry L. Pur\'is 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Edward Russell, Jr. '64 

Dr. & Mrs. Daniel G. Sapir 

Carol Schmidt 

Mr. & Mrs. William N. Stellmann 

Mr. Peter C. Teuten 

Mr. & Mrs. William A. Touchard 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard UUig 

Mr. W. Moorhead Vermilye 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. West III 

Mr. & Mts. Edward I. "Wight 

Dr. & Mis. E.E Shaw Wilgis 

In memory of Mr. V. C. Bozman 

Ms. Sarah U. Davis 

James Allen Chapter N.S.Dj\.R. 

In memory of Mr. John R. Brinser '27 

Mrs. John R. Brinser 

In memory of Fred L and Martha F. 

Brown 
Estate of Fred & Martha Brown 

In memory of Mr. Joe Brawn 

The Rev. Glenn \X'. Small '63 

In memory of Mr. Charles Burgess 
'44 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. William Tillman 
Butler, Jr. '62 

Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour "99 

Mr. & Mrs. James W. Burgess '62 

Mr. Leon M. Cohen 

Dr. & Mrs. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. '50 

Mr. Brian C. Sommardahl '96 

Mr. & Mrs. Barton K. Yount III '70 

In memory of Mr. David C. 
Butterworth '78 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard P Epperson II '79 

In memory of Mrs. Nell Costeen 

Mr. & Mr. C. Beeler Brush 
Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

In memory of Mr. Curtis Cheatham 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard V. Epperson 11 '79 



In memory of Ms. Lois D. Coleman 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Gordon Coleman, Jr. '69 

In memory of Dr. William B. 

Costenboder '33 
Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Dr. T. Edward Crawley 

Dr. & Mrs. H. Nelson Gustin 111 '74 

In memory of Dr. Charles L Crockett, 
Jr. '42 

Mr. & Mrs. Alfred T Bishop, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Crist '66 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Mr. B. Purnell E^leston 

Mr. Stephen I. Eggleston 

Mr. & Mrs. G. Franklin Flippin '69 

Mrs. J. Thomas Hopkins. Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Anson Jamison '39 

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas B. Lee '77 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggert '68 

Mr. & Mrs. John G. Macfarlane III '76 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Mason '40 

Mr. & Mrs. Olin R. Melchionna, Jr. '70 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Parker '81 

Radiology Associates of Roanoke 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank W Rogers, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Schroeder 

Mr. & Mrs. "William F. Shiimadine, 

Jr.'66 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank E. Taylor '43 
Mrs. James C. Wheat, Jr. 
Ms. Alyson H. Vordermark 

In memory of Mr. J. Strother 
Crockett '40 

Dr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Crockett II '73 

In memory of Mr. Joseph M. 
Crockett '11 

Dr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Crockett II '73 
In memory of Mrs. Frances Crowder 
Ms. Sarah U. Davis 
James Allen Chapter N.S.D AR. 

In memory of Mrs. James A. Crowell 
III 

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Crowell IV '96 

In memory of Mr. Douglass C. 
Crummett '43 

Mr. & Mrs. Allen E. Smith 

In memory of AAr. Thomas L Currie 
'41 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. Reid J. Davis '99 

Mr. Michael B. Schmidt 

In memory of Mrs. Marie Deis 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

In memory of Ms. Evelyn Campbell 
Delk 

Mr. L. Frederick Chapman III '66 

In memory of Dr. George D. Delo, 
Jr. '59 

Mrs. George D. Delo, Jr. 



In memory of Mr. F. Scott Denny 

The Rev. Glenn W Small '63 

In memory of Dr. Albert P. Dickson, 
Jr. '47 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. Lester L Dillard 
III '79 

Mr. & Mrs. John S. Tinsley '77 

In memory of The Rev. Bernard E. 
Dotson '35 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Barham, Jr. 
Mr. Bernard E. Dotson, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. Matney 
Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. Pritchard 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen M. Sessler 

In memory of Mrs. Virginia Druen 

Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard P Epperson II '79 

In memory of Mr. Herman Duncan 

Dr. & Mrs. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. 
'50 

In memory of Mr. Hugh G. Edmunds 
'28 

Mr. & Mrs. J. E McGuire Boyd '64 
Mr. & Mrs. James N. Boyd '58 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 
Mr. & Mrs. W Bates Chappell '64 
Mary Ratrie Wick Family Fdtn. 

In memory of Mr. Robert H. 
Edmunds '34 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. B. Purnell 
Eggleston '09 

Mr. B. Purnell Eggleston 

In memory of Mrs. Linda Eicher 

Mr. & Mrs. Stephen E. Baril '77 

In memory of Mrs. Pooguey Mossey 
Ellis 

Miss Dorothy M. Overcash 

In memory of Mr. Edward L Evons 
'62 

Mr. & Mrs. James W. Burgess '62 

In memory of Mr. Lowery D. Finley 
Jr. '39 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. Hugh S. Fitzgerald 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Rogers, Jr. 

In memory of Col. Gustov H. Fronke, 
Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard R Epperson II '79 

Mr. Jeffrey C. Jones '75 

Dr. & Mrs, William I. Lee '71 

Dr. & Mrs. Wallace C. Nunley, Jr. '69 

Mr. & Mrs. Milton P Reid II '68 




Hampden- Sydney College 




In memory of Mr. Charles F. 
Friedman, Sr. '32 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Friedman '88 

In memory of Mr. Jeffrey N. Friend 
'84 

Mr. Thomas U. Warren '84 

In memory of Mr. J. Sfokeley Fulton, 
Sr. '55 

Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour '99 

Mr. Robert M. Johnson 

Mr. & Mrs. Claude W. Milam '49 

In memory of Mr. Robert W. Gale 

Mr. L. Frederick Chapman III '66 

In memory of Dr. Edgar Gammon 
'05 

Mr. & Mrs. Claude W Milam '49 

In memory of AAr. Philip M. Grabill, 
Jr. '71 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth M. Cadett 72 
Theta Chi Alumni 1966-1972 

In memory of Mr. Wallace C. 
Gregory, Sr. 

Ms. Debra Gregory Dansberger 
Mrs. Donna Gregory Dean 

In memory of Mr. Poul L Grier 

Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Dr. W Thomas Joyner, Jr. '51 

Mr. ScMrs.TheodoreG. Offterdinger'41 

Miss Dorothy M. Overcash 

Dr. Graves H. Thompson '27 

Mr. & Mrs. Emerson Willard 

In memory of Mrs. Adelaide B. 
Grinnan 

Anesthesia Speciahsts 

Mrs. Edith L. Beyke 

Mr. & Mrs. J. E McGuire Boyd '64 

Mr. & Mrs. James N. Boyd '58 

Mr. & Mrs. Richardson Buist 

Ms. Ehzabeth Gresham Chilton 

CIBC World Markets Corp. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Cook 

Dr. & Mrs. Crile Crisler 

Dr. & Mrs. Donald W. Drew 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. Farrand 

Mr. & Mrs. Frances Fitzpatrick 

Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam W Cough 

Mr. & Mrs. Harmon S. Graves 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard W Graves 

Ms. Marv Anne Edmondson Grinnan 

Mr. & Mrs. W R Harrell 

Hofheimer Nusbaum, EC. 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry A. Jandl 

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Johnson 

Ms. Catherine P. Laird 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. McVey III '57 

Mr. & Mrs. Conoly Phillips 

Dr. & Mrs. Harry E. Ramsey, Jr. '58 

Mr & Mrs. William F. Shumadinejr. '66 

Mr. & Mrs. Manfred E. Schwarz 

Virginia Health Informanon 

Ms. Frances N. Wallace 



Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Weaver 
Mrs. Anne Moore Williams 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Zondorak 

In memory of The Hon. John M. 
Hamlet, Jr. '31 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

In memory of Mr. James G. Hones, 
Jr. '43 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard W. Terry 75 

In memory of Mr. Andrew W. Haas 
'03 

Pres. & Mrs. Walter M. Bortz III 
Mr. & Mrs. W. Davidson Call 
Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew "60 
Mr. & Mrs. George W. R, Glass 
Maj. & Mrs. Juhan B. Johnson 
Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 
Mr. & Mrs. William E. Phipps 
Mr. John S. Pumphrey '99 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Robinson 
Mr. James Yancey Washington '98 

In memory of Mr. William C. Hart 

The Rev. Glenn W. Small '63 

In memory of Mr. David Morrison 
Haw '81 

Mr. Thomas M. Davis '81 
Mr. J. Boiling Lewis Iir81 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Sheppard Haw III '78 

In memory of Mr. Fred J. Henley, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Henley 

In memory of Mr. James R. T. 
Hewett '01 

Mr. Alexander H. Ayers '03 

Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour '99 

Mr. Christopher R. Beal '02 

Pres. & Mrs. Walter M. Bortz III 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Mr. Leon M. Cohen 

Mr. Matthew Hopkins Cox '02 

Mr. James R. DeViese Jr. '02 

MnJohnC. Dozier.Jr. '02 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. Epperson II '79 

Mr. Jeffrey Ryan Hubbard '02 

Mr. Chad Michael Krouse '02 

Mr. Ryan M. Pemberton '00 

Mr. Fred Lewis Price III '02 

Mr. John S. Pumphrey '99 

Mr. J. Courtenay Vanzant III '02 

Mr. James Yancey Washington '98 

In memory of Dr. William C. 
Holbrook 

Dr. W. Hamilton Bryson '63 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggett '68 

In memory of Mr. C. Peerman 
Holland III '64 

Mr. & Mrs. J. E McGujre Boyd '64 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Drescher '70 
Mr. & Mrs. John D. Eure, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Lowery D. Finley III '63 
Mr. & Mrs. James M. Habel III 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Harrell 



Mr. & Mrs. Tom E Holler 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. House 

Mr. & Mrs. James C. McCaa 

Mr. Thomas J. Moore 

Piney Island Gun Club Inc. 

Mr. Feter D. Pruden III 

Mr. Wdliam L. Rueger 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Edward Russell, Jr. '64 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Hadley Whidock, Jr. 

In memory of Mr. John D. Hooker, 
Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs. John W Drescher '70 

In memory of Mr. D. Delbert Horton 
'73 

Dr.& Mrs. H. Phihp Johnson III '73 

In memory of Mr. John W. Howard 
III 

Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam B. Howard '77 

In memory of Mr. John M. Hunt '31 

Mr. Robert M. Johnson 

In memory of Ms. Dorothy Jennings 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

In memory of Mrs. Martha M. 
Jewett 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

In memory of Mr. Williom Allen 
Johns, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Nadianiel M. Ewell III '70 

In memory of Dr. William T. 
Johnson '52 

Mrs. CarohTi Osoinach 

In memory of Armistead and Linda 
Jones 

Mr. L. Frederick Chapman III '66 

In memory of Mrs. Marianne S. 
Joyner, Jr. 

Pres. & Mrs. Walter M. Bortz III 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Carter '59 
Mr. L. Frederick Chapman III '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard E Epperson II '79 
Dr. & Mrs. George J. McVey '61 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. Whidock 

In memory of Mr. James J. Keating, 
Jr. '56 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 
Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 
Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. C. R. Lacy 1 899 

Dr. & Mrs. O. W Lacy '47 

In memory of Mr. C. R. Lacy, Jr. '37 

Dr. & Mrs. O. W. Lac)' "47 

In memory of Ms. Lucendo Puryear 
Lacy 

Dr. & Mrs. O. W. Lac>' '47 

In memory of Ms. Minnie Lacy 

Dr. & Mrs. O. W. Lac^' '47 



In memory of Ms. Elizabeth Craig 
Lancaster 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

In memory of Mr. Robert W. 
Lowson, Jr. '30 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Jerry W. Jenkins '67 

Dr. & Mrs, Lewis D. Johnston, Jr. '42 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggert '68 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert McMillan 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Edward Russell, Jr. '64 

In memory of Mr. Monroe Leigh '40 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. Kenneth E. Lewis 
'74 

Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 

In memory of Mr. Frank Davis Luck 
III '49 

Mrs. Helen Hardin Luck 

In memory of Woodrow Mackey '36 

Dr. & Mrs. O. W. Lacy '47 

In memory of Mr. James B. Massey, 
Jr. '35 

Dr. & Mrs. O. W Lacy '47 

In memory of Dr. & AArs. Charles F. 
McRoe 

Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Ewald 111 '61 

In memory of Mrs. Anne M. Moore 

Pres. & Mrs. Walter M. Bonz III 

Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard R Epperson II '79 

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Henley 

Museum Board Members of H-SC 

Dr. & Mrs. Randall W. Powell '67 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry C. Spalchng, Jr. '60 

Dr. C. Wayne Tucker 

Mr. & Mrs. James L. "Whidock 

Mrs. Sandy Yeatts 

In memory of Dr. Roy A. Moore, Sr. 
1900 

Dr. & Mrs. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. '50] 

In memory of Hons "Hasse" 
Noaksson 

Mr. & Mrs. John W Drescher '70 

In memory of Dr. Richard David Noel 
'46 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. Theodore G. 
Offterdinger, Jr. '74 

Dr. & Mrs. H. Nelson Gusrin III '74 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggett '68 

In memory of Miss Elizobeth 
Overcash 

Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard R Epperson II '79 

Dr Graves H. Thompson '27 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



In memory of Mr. Linwood M. CYork 

Mrs. Eunice W. Carwile '92 
Mr. & Mrs. Da\-id .'\. Henley 

In memory of AAr. Fred W. Polmore, 
Jr. '39 

Mrs. CarolTO Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. Marion W. Peebles, 
Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 
Mr. & Mr. Richard P. Epperson 11 79 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Kreienbaum, 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Fain Peebles "78 

In memory of Mr. Frank Deekens 
Pendleton '72 

Mr. & Mrs. HarrT,- R, King III 72 
Dr. & Mrs. John W. Pendleton '68 

In memory of Mr. Charles A. 
Petersen, Jr. '59 

Mrs. CaroKTi Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. Gary PIro 

The Rev. Glenn W". Small '63 

In memory of Mr. William T. Pugh '23 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggett '68 

In memory of Mr. L Ttiompson 
QuaHes '66 

Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Booth III '66 

In memory of Mr. R. Rick Reiss '70 
Peninsula Assodarion of L^al Support 

In memory of Ms. Peggy Richmond 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert 'W. Carter '59 

In memory of Dr. William Morris 
Riggins, Jr. '47 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. O. Lewis Roach, 
Jr. '36 

Mrs. .^yce Amory^ Roach 

In memory of Mr. Philip deButts 
Rome '68 

Mr. Mark Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald W. Axselle '68 
Mr. R. Brian Ball 
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Brady 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick M. Bruner '72 
Mr. & Mrs. Randolph B. Chichester '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Kennedi E. Childress '70 
! Mr. &: Mrs. George Dawson 
' Mr. & Mrs. 'W. Bitch Douglass III '65 

Dr. & Mrs. Edward E Eckert, Ji. '69 
; Dr. & Mrs. J. Travers Edwards, Jr. '68 
1 Mr. Charles T. Gundlach 
[ Mr. Charles E. Hall III '65 
; Mr. & Mrs. T. David Hinton '66 
Mf. & Mrs. Philip W. Hughes '69 
Mr. & Mrs. Btyce D. Jewett, Jr. '68 
Mr. & Mrs. Elmer H. Lammay, Jr. '65 
Mr. & Mrs. James B. Lee '68 ' 



Dr. Michael O. McMunn 

Mr. & Mr. WUliam R. Miller III '67 

Mr. & Mrs. John Gurganey Overstreet '69 

Mr. & Mrs. James R. Pickens '66 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Pollard IV '64 

Mr. & Mrs. Warren C. Redfcrn '67 

Mrs. Philip deB. Rome 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Rosemond 

Mr. Herbert L. Sebren, Jr. '66 

Mr. Willi.am L. Shumate III '66 

Mr. & Mrs. Perer W. Smith IV '67 

Mr. Brian C. Sommardahl '96 

Mr. & Mrs. William W. Tennent III '63 

Mf. & Mrs. David C. Trumbower '7 1 

Mr. & Mrs. Finley M. Waddell II '69 

Whi taker Woods Homeowners Assoc. 

W, M, C & D Charitable Fdrn. 

In memory of Mrs. Surle Sofley 

The Rev. Glenn W. Smair63 

In memory of Ms. Susan M. Sauer 

Mrs. Eunice W. Carwile '92 
Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Dawd A. Henley 
Dr. & Mrs. John K. Osoinach, Jr. 
Mr. Ryan M. Pemberton '00 
Mrs. Barbara Pemberton-McAdams 

In memory of Dr. Francis Schoeffer 

'35 
Mr. & Mrs. Barton K. Yount III '70 

In memory of Mr. Allen Scott 

Dr. & Mrs. Le\vis H. Drew '60 

In memory of Colonel Thomas Scott 

Dr. & Mrs. Charley Scott 

In memory of General John Boytop 
Scott 

Dr. & Mrs. Charley Scott 

In memory of Mr. Norman Sedel 

Mr. & Mrs. John W. Drescher '70 

In memory of the mother of Robert 
H. Sells '72 

The Rev. Glenn W Small '63 

In memory of Mr. Bradley S. SImms '85 

Aema US Healthcare 
Mr. & Mrs. Eric E. Apperson '85 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Atkinson '83 
James & Monte Banks 
Michele W. Burke 
C & F Mortgage Corporation 
Mr. & Mrs. T. Johnson Childress 
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Childress 
Mr. & Mrs. Brian S. Dyer '83 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard R Epperson II '79 
Dr. & Mrs. John K. Evert '85 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Fields, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott Finney '85 
Employees of Hometown Realty Service 
Inc. 



Mr. & Mrs. G. Hugh Kemp 

Mr. & Mrs. JefiFR. La Vangie'89 

Mr. KyleT. Love 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Mardiew McGee '84 

Clifton & Leah Miller 

Tom & Renee Miller 

Estate of Kathleen A. Miller 

Mr. & Mrs. George L. Morelock 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip E. Paulette '84 

Ms. Joyce S. Pittman 

Mr. & Mrs. Terry S. Powell 

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Reynolds 

Dr. & Mrs. Andreiv R. Sager '84 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Sheppard '84 

Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Simpson 

Mrs. Suzanne Sizemore 

Mr. & Mrs. John G. UUman 

Mr. & Mrs. Timodiy P Veidi '85 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. WiUiams, Jr. '62 

Mr. & Mrs. Page C. Yonce 

In memory of Mr. Owen A. Snyder 

Mrs. Barbara M. Henley 

Ms. Bessie B. Marune 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Dew Stoneburner 

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene A. Weir 

In memory of Mr. Richard O. Snyder 
'74 

Dr. & Mrs. H. Nelson Gusdn III '74 

In memory of 2nd Lt. Steven Francis 
Snyder '65 

Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Boodi III '66 

In memory of Mr. John C. Spencer 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

In memory of Mr. Philip A. Stedfast 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Randolph Hudgins, Jr. '46 
Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. Herbert R. Stokes 
'40 

Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard P Epperson II '79 

Mr. & Mrs. Wdliam H. Flannagan, Sr. '40 

Mr. Joseph F. Morrissette 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Dr. James Rowlings 
Sydnor '33 

Mr. G. Granville Sydnor III '58 

In memory of Mr. William B. Telford 
'29 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Ms. Katie Elizabeth 
Thockston 

Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan P Bierowski '99 

In memory of Mrs. Leila Bone 
Thompson 

Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Boodi III '(,6 



Pres. & Mrs. Walter M. Bortz III 
Mr. B. Louis Briel, Jr. '66 
The Hon. & Mrs. Ernest P. Gates '45 
Mrs. Thomas L. Thome, Jr. 

In memory of Richard Wilfred Tuggle 
1864 

Mr. & Mrs. Earle R. Ware II '57 

In memory of Col. ChoHes E. 
Turley '29 

Mr. Robert M. Johnson 

In memory of AAr. George L Walker 

Mr. Ralph M. O'Hair, Jr. '39 

In memory of The Rev. Dr. William G. 
Walker '40 

Mrs. William G. Walker 

In memory of Mr. Meredith E. 
Watson '38 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 
Mrs. Meredith E. Watson 

In memory of Dr. Richard A. Wiont 
'49 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. William P. Wilkins, 
Jr. '59 

Mr, W. Pahner 'Wdkins III '96 

In memory of Mr. Robert W. 
Williams '42 

Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mr. David W. Wilson 
'50 

Mr. & Mrs. Claude W. Milam '49 

In memory of Dean David Wilson 

Dr. & Mrs. O. W Ucy '47 

In memory of Mr. Tom Wilson 

The Rev. Glenn W. Small '63 

In memory of Mr. William G. Wing 
'39 

Mr. & Mrs. Malcohn Firth 
Mrs. Lucy Latane JefiFets 
Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 

In memory of Mrs. Diane N. Witte 
1952-1999 

Mr. Robert H. Witte, Jr. 




Hampden- Sydney Coll 



Scholarship Funds 2001-2002 




Paul Tulane and Esther Thomas 
Atkinson Scholarship 

Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour '99 

Bernard E. and Edna B. Bain 
Scholarship 

Estate of Edna Bain 

Benton Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott Benton '90 

Edward and Roberta Crawley 
Glee Club Scholarship 

Mr. Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '51 

G. Grayson Boyce '63 Annual 
Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles T. Albert 

Allewalt & Murphy, EA. 

Mr. Nathaniel D. Arnot, Jr. 

Ms. Judith A. Ashley 

Mr. Robert B. Barnhill, Jr. 

Mr. Timothy R. Barnhill 

Mr. Theodore W. Bauer 

BCC Steel Inc. 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry S. Belber II 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Bennett '63 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas N. Biddison 

Dr. & Mrs. Richard D. Biggs, Jr. 

Mr. G. Graham Boyce 

Mrs. G. Grayson Boyce 

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar M. Boyd 

Mr. Austin W. Brizendine, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Broadus, Jr 

Mr. & Mrs. E. J. Brody 

Mr. Kingsley B. Brooks 

Mr. & Mrs. Alexnader Brown III 

Mr. & Mrs. F. Lee Bryan III 

Mr. Patrick A. Cairns 

Mr. & Mrs. Edmund J. Cashman, Jr 

Chapin and Davis 

Mrs. Elizabeth B. Clough 

Mr. & Mrs. John B. Clough 

Corckran Family Charitable Fdtn. 

Croft-Leominster Foundation 

Mr. John W. CuUen III 

Mr. M. J. Dance, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. S. Scott Dance, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur E. Davis III 

Mr. Charles E. Davis IV 

Mr. Matthew Dillon 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Doub 

Mr. & Mrs. Prentiss V. Douglass 

Mr. W. Robert Eason, Jr. '67 

Mr. & Mrs. Sutherland C. Ellwood 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel E Falvey 

Mr. John A. Farley, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Ian Fields 

Mr. & Mrs. William A. Fisher III 

Mr. Bruce C. Foster 

Mr. Todd B. Garliss, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Don M. Giles 

Mr. Sherlock S. Gillet, Jr. 

Mr. Douglas M. Godine 

Mr. James W. Golden 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick N. Griffith 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Grose 

Mr. Rene J. Gunning, Jr. 



The Hackers 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward B. Harris III 
Mr. H. Grant Hathaway 
Mr. Thomas J. Healy 
Mr. & Mrs. Philip I. Heuisler 
Dr. & Mrs. Arthur Mel. Hildreth 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Q. Hills 
Mr.& Mrs. Thomas B. Hobiitzell '86 
Mr. PhilipA. Insleylll 
Mr. & Mrs. Harris Jones, Jr. 
Mr. John Rison Jones, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. R Dickson Jones 
Mr. J. Robert Judldns 
Mr. Joseph S. Keelry 
Joseph S. Keelty Foundation 
Mr. Michael J. Keelty 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Kelly, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Tom Kenny 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry V. Kensing 
Mr. Charles PH. Kernan 
Mr. Francis X. Knott 
Mr. Nicholas W. Kouwenhoven 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert W Laisy 
Mr. W. E. Lamble 
Mr.& Mrs. Fontaine B. Lawson '64 
Mr. & Mrs. Benson Everett Legg 
Mr. & Mrs. Earl L. Linehan 
Linehan Family Foundation Inc. 
Mr. Stephen G. Lutz, Jr. 
Mr. Thomas H. Maddux III 
Mr. R. E Mansfield 
Mr. & Mrs. Alexander B. Martin 
Mr. & Mrs. Stuarr Matthai 
Ms. Tracey Haag McCarthy 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. McDavid 
Mr. Robert D. McDorman, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles CD. McGiU 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter R. McGill, Jr. 
McManus Foundadon Inc 
Mr. Donald G. Metzger 
Mr. Charles A. Meyer, Jr. 
Mr. Albert H. Michaels, Jr. 
Mr. Gregory N. Mix 
Mn Hugh W. Mohler 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward P Murphy 
Mr. & Mrs. Carroll E. Neesemann 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. O'Donnell 
Mr. Charles E. Offutt 
Mr. Nelson T. Offiitt, Jr. 
Mr. R. Nelson Oster 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen L. Owen '74 
Mr. & Mrs. George H. Pappas 
Mr. Joe Peters 
Mr. Henry B. Peterson 
Mr. Robert Philips 
Mr. Henry R. Pollard FV '64 
Mr. & Mrs. Harry E. Pollock III 
Mr. & Mrs. Terry L. Purvis 
Mr. Graham A. Randolph 
Mr. Donald B. Ratcliffe 
Red Hawk LLC 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Edward Russell, Jr '64 
Mr. Charles H. Salisbury, Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Daniel G. Sapir 
Mr. & Mrs. Bruce P. Sawyer 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Douglas Sawyer 



Carol Schmidt 

Mr. James P. Scholtes 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph N. Seifert III 

Mr. Ericka K. Shapard 

Mr. Scott P. Shaughnessy 

Mr. & Mrs. D. Herbert Sheppard 

Mr. David Spilman 

Mr. & Mrs. John A. Spilman IV 

Mr. John A. Spilman V 

Mr. William Stude 

Mr. & Mrs. George P. Tarry, Jr. '64 

Mr. Peter C. Teuten 

Mr. & Mrs. William A. Touchard 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Richard Uhlig 

Mr. W. Moorhead Vermilye 

Mr. Francis X. Wells 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. West III 

Mr. WiUiam W Whitescarver 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward I. Wight 

Dr. & Mrs. E.E Shaw Wilgis 

Mr.JosiahJ.WiUardlll 

David Bruce Memorial 
Scholarship Fund 

Dr. Anne C. Lund 

The Clinton E. and Martha S. Brush 
Memorial Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Robert C. and Dora J. Bunts 
Scholarship 

Estate of Robert C. Bunts 

William T. Butler, Jr. '62 Memorial 
Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Sheppard K. Ames, Jr. '52 

Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour '99 

Mr. & Mrs. J. P McGuire Boyd '64 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony S. Burch 

Mr. & Mrs. Bryan E. Burcher '91 

Buder Memorial Coll Tournament 

Mrs. William TBuder,Jr 

Mr. & Mrs. William T Buder III '91 

Mr. Leon M. Cohen 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles W. Crist '66 

Dr. & Mrs. George D. Delo, Jr. '59 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Ellis, Jr. '70 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter H. Emroch 

Mr. & Mrs. Allen Mead Ferguson 

Mr. & Mrs. John L. Finney 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank W Friedman '88 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Garnett HaU, Jr. '62 

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald M. Henry '56 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggett '68 

Mr. & Mrs. George W. Macon III '65 

Mr. & Mrs. David N. Meeker 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Frederick Mitchell '63 

The Hon. & Mrs. Harvey B. Morgan '52 

Mr. & Mrs. C. L. EUinger O'Brien II '89 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas P Overton '48 

Dr. & Mrs. Claudius H. Pritchard, Jr. '50 

Mr. & Mrs. James H. Slaughter '61 

Dr. & Mrs. Jonas B. Spiegel 

Dr. Kearfott M. Stone '67 

Mrs. George M. Trible III 



Mr. & Mrs. John Hardy Waters III '58 

Class of 1951 Memorial Scholarship 

The Bruning Foundation 

Mr. & Mrs. Randolph B. Chichester '51 

Dr. & Mrs. David S. Cobbledick '51 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Ennis '51 

Dr. & Mrs. William S. Foreman, Jr. '51 

Mr. & Mrs. A. Conrad Frey, Jr. '51 

Mr. & Mrs. Walter V. Hall '51 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. Hatcher, Jr. '51 

Mr. William O. E. Humphreys '51 

Mr. & Mrs. Willoughby S. Hundley, 

Jr. '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Albert S. Kemper III '51 
The Rt. Reverend & Mrs. A. Heath 

Light '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey S. Lutins '5 1 
Mr. & Mrs. David S. McClung II '51 
Mr. Donald C. Morris, Jr. '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Meigs A. Newkirk '5 1 
Mr. & Mrs. George W Patteson III '5 1 
Mr. & Mrs. William C. Peake '51 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Lear Ponton '51 
Dr.A. M. Renick,Jr. '51 
Mr. C. Edward Richardson III '5 1 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene T Rilee, Jr. '5 1 
Mr. & Mrs. John A. Robertson '51 
Rev. Dr. & Mrs. J. Shepherd Russell '51 
Mr. & Mrs. John S. Scott, Jr. '51 
Dr. & Mrs. Blair M. Webb '51 

Nelson W. Coe III Memorial 
Scholarship 

Mrs. Charles E. Coe 

Edward A. Crawford Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. James R. Bettendorf 
Dr. & Mrs. Ralph D. HeUams, Jr. '83 
Dr. & Mrs. L. WUIiam Irby, Jr. '76 
Dr. Larry E Levin '77 
Dr. & Mrs. John A. Marun, Jr. '79 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Stuart Morgan '73 
Dr. & Mrs. Michael S. Morgan '77 
Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam J. Rue, Jr. '74 
Dr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Wall '78 

Department of Classics: 

Study-Abroad Scholarship 

Mr.JohnA. L. RufF'44 

Dr. C. Wayne Tucker 

Mr. & Mrs. Larry C. Tucker 

Designated Annual Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Gordon Bivens '95 
John M. Borders, M.D. Memorial Fund 
Estate of Dr. Harry H. Bryan '25 
BTi 

Mr. & Mrs. James H. Crosby, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Addison Hagan IV '94 
Mr. & Mrs. David G. Monette 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Pappas '60 
Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Steele 
The Synod of the Mid-Adanric 
Frances W Thompson Mem. Fund 
The Hon. & Mrs. Larr)' D. Willis '79 



I 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001-2002 



John W. Drescher 70 
Scholarship Fund 

Mr, & Mrs. John W. Drescher 70 

lewis and Nell Drew Annual 
Scholarship 

Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour '99 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Robert Bray "60 

Dr. & Mrs. Lew-is H. Drew '60 

Dr.&Mrs.\'instonJeromeGoldman'75 

Dr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Hillier '60 

Mrs. Virginia P. Hogan 

Mr. Hugh K. Lear\' '61 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggett '68 

Mr. & Mrs. John E. Pappas '60 

Mr. Ryan M. Pemberton '00 

Mrs. Barbara Pemberton-McAdams 

Mrs. Camille G. Rabon 

Dr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Sarvay, Jr. '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert H. Sayres '60 

Mr. & Mrs. E. Douglas Vaughan, Jr. '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Ra^TOond B. 'Wallace, Jr. '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Kirk A. Zambetti '90 

H. Spencer Edmunds Memorial 

Scholarship 
Second Presbyterian Church 

The Ellis Family Scholorhsip 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. ElUs, Jr. '70 

Frank Cleveland and Lena Reekes 

Bedinger Scholarship 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank C. Bedinger III '76 
Dr. & Mrs. 'William C. Findi '29 
Mr. Woodrow P. Lipscomb 

Mr. & Mrs. Gustov Franke, Jr. 
Annual Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Gray Tutde, Jr. '76 

Robert A. Garland, Sr. and Frances 
V. Garland Scholarship 

Ms. Anita H. Garland 

Richard McEwen German, Jr. '40 
and Marjorie Wolff German 
Scholarship 

Dr. & Mrs. Richard M. German, Jr. '40 

The Hardy-Given Memorial 
Scholarship 

Dr. & Mrs. Fred T. Given, Jr. '49 

Scott C. Goodman '82 Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Scott C. Goodman '82 

Philip M. Grabill, Jr. '71 
Endowed Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. James R. Blandford '72 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Brewbaker, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth M. Cadett '72 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry P. Custis, Jr. '67 
The Dalke Family 
Mr. & Mrs. John' W. Drescher '70 
Dr. &Mrs. A. Russell Dunnington,Jr.'69 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. Ellis, Jr. '70 
Mr.&Mrs.J.ChristopherHenderson'71 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Peter HoUand W 
Dr. & Mrs. E. Forrest Jessee, Jr. '71 
Mr. Lance A. Lavenstein '71 



Mr. & Mrs. James B. Lee '68 
Mr. & Mrs. John W. Lu.xton '71 
Mr. Gordon Lee Mallonee, Jr. '71 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael W. McCabe 
Mitchell Management & Marketing 
Mr. & Mrs. Francis R. Nance '71 
TheHon.&:Mrs.WestbfookJ.Parker'70 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen H. Peer, Jr. '72 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Samuels, Jr. '72 
Mr. & Mrs. Samuel S. Shiplett '68 
Theta Chi Alumni 1966-1972 
Mr. Alan Toothman 
Dr. & Mrs. G. R. 'Waterman 

Graves H. Tfiompson '27 
Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Julian W. Jones, Jr. 

Hotten Scholarship 

Mr. Robert R. Hatten '69 

Mark A. Hazehwood '96 Book Fund 

Mr. & Mrs. Alvin M. Allen '90 

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy T. Beatty '97 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Capital Group Companies 

Mr. Elson R. Devan 

Mr. & Mrs. Greshaun J. Fulgham '99 

Mr. Donald Gilliam '95 

Dr.&Mrs.VinstonJeromeGoldman'75 

Mr. Andre B. Gregory '01 

Mr. Jeffrey A. Harris '90 

Mr. Michael F. MacLeod 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Owens '80 

Mr. &Mrs. Kenneth Anthony Parker '94 

Mr. Gary R. Rosser, Jr. '97 

Mr. Warren M. Thompson '81 

Mr. & Mrs. Harr}' L. Williams, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Williams 

Mr. & Mrs. Randolph Williams, Jr. '96 

Hereford-Crummett West Virginia 
Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip B. Hereford '76 
Mr. & Mrs. R. Alan Johnston '76 
Mr. & Mrs. Allen E. Smith 

Mr. James R. T. Hewett '01 

Memorial Annual Scholarship 

Pres. & Mrs. Waltet M. Bortz 111 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

The Hurt Scholarship 

Dr. W. Glenn Hurt '60 

Henry Y. Ingram Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Steven A. Curtis '77 

James Allen Scholarship 

Lt. Col. & Mrs. John R. Allen 

Allen Reunion Fund 

Mr. & Mrs. 'Vernon C. Allen 

Mr. & Mrs. William J. Allen 

Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Brandis 

Mr. Henry W. Calhoim 

Mr. & Mrs. John D. Chidley 

Mr. George O. Hardy 

James Allen Chapter N.S.D AR. 

Mr. & Mrs. Clarence G. Magruder 

Ms. Ann Thomas 



Mr. John H. Varner 
Ms. Lucille Williams 
Mrs. Martha F. Whitehead 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. Whitter 

Jamestown Presbyterian 

Scholarship In honor of Mrs. 
Virginia Wilson Druen 

Lt. Gen. & Mrs. Samuel V. Wilson 

Reginald Scott Fleet Scholarship 

Miss Julia B. Fleet 

Albert S. and Virginia P. Johnson 
Memorial Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Johnson '36 

Kirby International Students 
Scholarship 

Pres. & Mrs. Walter M. Bortz III 

Harold G. Leggett Scholarship 

Mr. &: Mrs. Peter A. Leggett '68 

James J. Marshall, Jr. Scholarship 

Mr. James J. Marshall, Jr. '34 

James Buckner Mossey Scholarship 

Miss Dorothy Overcash 

Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Ryburn, Jr. '45 

Martha L Mayo Scholarship 

Dr. &: Mrs. Thomas T. Mayo IV 
Mr. & Mrs. William Schmidt, St. 

Scarlett V. McClendon Annual 
Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. James A. Crowell '96 

McGuire-Boyd Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. J. E McGuire Boyd '64 
Mr. & Mrs. James N. Boyd '58 

Memorial Annual Scholorship 

Mr. Walter B. Blair 

Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Booth III '66 

Pres. & Mrs. Walter M. Bortz III 

Mr. & Mrs. J. V. McGuire Boyd '64 

Mr. & Mrs. James N. Boyd '58 

Mr. John L. Brinkley '59 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Beeler Brush 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W Carter '59 

Mrs. Eunice W. Carwile '92 

Mr. L. Frederick Chapman III ^6G 

Mr. & Mrs. W Bates Chappell '64 

Mt. Leon M. Cohen 

Mr. Bernard E. Dotson, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard P Epperson II '79 

Mr. & Mrs. John D. Eure, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Lowery D. Finley III '63 

Mr. & Mrs. George W. R. Glass 

Mr. & Mrs. William B. Graham '43 

Mr. & Mrs. James M. Habel III 

Mr. & Mrs. John E Harlow, Jr. '42 

Mr. & Mrs. John C. Harrell 

Mrs. William B. Harris 

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Henley 

Mr. & Mrs. Tom F. Hofler 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert V. House 




ymmy Hicks '03 

Jimmy Hicks '03 wears many hals: Resident 
Advisor, tutor in the writing center, and member 
of lite Volunteer Fire Department, the Student 
Development Committee, the Student Senate, and 
the Hampden-Sydney football team, last year 
he received the Graver Avtard, which is given to 
football players who have the highest GPA for their 
respective classes. Jimmy finds it challenging to 
balance his many commitments, but, as he says, 
"That's what Hampden-Sydney is all about. " 

Jimmy's strong academic achievement has also 
earned him a Patrick Henry Scholarship. Aa [nglish 
major, he is now working on bis honors thesis on 
African American playwright August Wilson. "When 
I first got here, my scholarship gave a real purpose 
to my studies, " says Jimmy who must keep at 
least a 3.0 to maintain his stipend. "It helped 
me develop early on the work ethic you need at 
Hampden-Sydney " 

As a scholarship recipient, Jimmy knows haw 
important financial aid is to attracting quality 
students. As a member of the Student Development 
Committee — far which be spends several hours 
a week working with Institutional Advancement 
to help raise money — he has learned bow much 
this kind of student aid depends on the support of 
constituents. "The experience has made me see 
the significance of giving to Hampden-Sydney " 
he says. "It's been an honor to participate in that 
process." 




Hampden- Sydney College 




Mr. & Mrs. C. Randolph Hudgins, 

Jr. '46 
Maj. & Mrs. Julian B. Johnson 
Dr. W. Thomas Joyner, Jr. '5 1 
Dr. & Mrs. William I. Lee 71 
Mrs. Helen Hardin Luck 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward E. Matney 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. McCaa 
Dr. & Mrs. George J. McVey '61 
Mr. Thomas J. Moore 
Mr. Joseph E Morrissetre 
Mrs. Lindsay Mount 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore G. Ofifcerdinger 

'41 
Mrs. Carolyn Osoinach 
Miss Dorothy Overcash 
Mrs. Virginia Payne 
Mr. & Mrs. 'Wilham E. Phipps 
Piney Island Gun Club Inc. 
Mr. & Mrs. William G. Pritchard 
Mr. Peter D. Pruden III 
Mr. John S. Pumphrey '99 
Mrs. Alyce Amory Roach 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Robinson 
Mr. & Mrs. Frank W. Rogers, Jr. 
Mr. William L. Rueger 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen M. Sessler 
Mr. Brian C. Sommardahl '96 
Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam N. Stellmann 
Mr. G. Granville Sydnor III '58 
Mr.& Mrs. Richard W. Terry '75 
Dr. Graves H. Thompson '27 
Mrs. William G. Walker 
Mr. Thomas U. Warren '84 
Mr. James Yancey Washington '98 
Mrs. Meredith E. Watson 
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene A. Weir 
Mr. & Mrs. H. Hadley Whidockjr 
Mr. & Mrs. James L. Whitlock 
Mr. & Mrs. Emerson Willard 
Mrs. Bernard L. Woody, Jr. 

Minority Leadership Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Capito, Jr. '76 
Mr. & Mrs. William R Carter '68 
Mr. Richard F. Cralle, Jr. '65 
Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Krupin '69 
Mr. George Summers, Jr. '67 

Maurice Nottingham, Jr. 
Scholarship 

Dr. & Mrs. Maurice Nottingham, Jr. '56 

Claude Morton, Jr. Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. C. Cammack Morton '73 
Triangle Community Foundadon Inc. 

Scholarship Awards 

The Norfolk Foundation 

O'Brien Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. C. L. EUinger O'Brien ir89 

Theodore G. Offterdinger, Jr. and 
Virginia C. Williamson 
Scholarship 

Dr. & Mrs. H. Nelson Gustin III '74 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore G. Offterdinger 
'41 



Michael Goodrich Palmore 
Scholarship Fund 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Goodrich Palmore 
'97 

William C. Peake '5 1 Scholarship 

Mr. Maurice A. McDougal 
Mr. John L. Wilcox 

M. W. "Dyke" Peebles, Jr. 
Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Fain Peebles '78 

M. W. "Dyke" Peebles, Jr. Annual 
Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard P Epperson II '79 
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Kreienbaum 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Fain Peebles '78 
Ms. Molly P. Squire 

W. Taylor Reveley II '39 Scholarship 

Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas D. Eason, Jr. '37 

Mrs. Marie Eason Reveley-Harris 

Randolph Bryan Grinnan 
Scholarship 

Anesthesia Specialists 

Mrs. Edith L. Beyke 

Mr. & Mrs. J. P McGuire Boyd '64 

Mr. & Mrs. James N. Boyd '58 

Mr. & Mrs. Richardson Buist 

Ms. Elizabeth Gresham Chilton 

CIBC World Markets Corp. 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Cook 

Dr. & Mrs. Crile Crisler 

Dr. & Mrs. Donald W Drew 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. Farrand 

Mr. & Mrs. Frances Fitzpatrick 

Mr. & Mrs. William W. Gough 

Mr. & Mrs. Harmon S. Graves 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard W Graves 

Ms. Mary Anne Edmondson Grinnan 

Mr. & Mrs. R. Bryan Grinnan III '57 

Mr. & Mrs. W R. Harrell 

Hofheimer Nusbaum, PC 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry A. Jandl 

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Johnson 

Ms. Catherine E Laird 

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick V. Martin 

Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. McVey III '57 

Mr. & Mrs. Conoly Phillips 

Dr. & Mrs. Harry E. Ramsey, Jr. '58 

Mr. & Mrs. Manfred E. Schwaiz 

Mr. & Mrs. WiUiam F. Shumadine, 

Jr. '66 
Virginia Health Information 
Ms. Frances N. Wallace 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles A. Weaver 
Mrs. Anne Moore Wilhams 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles J. Zondorak 

George Richardson, Jr. Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Richardson '38 

The C. E. Richardson Benevolent 
Foundation Scholarships 

C. E. Richardson Benevolent 



Robert Watkins King Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. R. T. Dooley, Jr. 

Philip deBufts Rome '68 
Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. David D. Addison '64 
Naila Townes Ahmed 
Mr. Mark Anderson 
Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Axselle, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Ronald W. AxseUe "68 
Mr. R. Brian Ball 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen E. Baril '77 
Cmdi. & Mrs. Lindsay C. Blanton '70 
Mr. Paul S. Bliley Jr. 
Dr. & Mrs. Frank M. Booth III '66 
Mr. & Mrs. J. P McGuire Boyd '64 
Mr. & Mrs. Patrick J. Brady 
Mr. A. Peter Brodell 
Mr. Steven D. Brown 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick M. Bruner '72 
Mr. James J. Burns 
Mr. David C. Burton 
Mr. Michael C. Buseck 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. CabeU '74 
Mr. & Mrs. U. Carter Carson, Jr. '71 
Mr. & Mrs. William E Cartet '68 
Mr. & Mrs. Theodore L. Chandler 
Mr. & Mrs. Randolph B. Chichester '51 
Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth E. Childress '70 
Dr. & Mrs. W. Randolph Chitwood, 
• Jr. '68 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald H. Clark, Sr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Cobb '69 
Mr. David L. Dallas, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. George Dawson 
Mr. & Mrs. Stephen C. DeBell '66 
Mr. Joseph Di JuUo 
Mr. & Mrs. W Birch Douglass III '65 
Dr. &Mrs. A. Russell Dunnington, Jr. '69 
Mr. W Robert Eason, Jr. '67 
Dr. &c Mrs. Edward E Eckert, Jr. '69 
Mr. & Mrs. James B. Edge, Jr. '67 
Dr. & Mrs. J. Travers Edwards, Jr. '68 
Mr. & Mrs. John C. EUis, Jr. '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Lewis C. Everett '63 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles W Ewing II '70 
Mn & Mrs. Mark E. Feldmann, Sr. '70 
Mr. Calvin W Fowler, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas R. Frantz 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles H. Frischkorn, Jr. '61 
Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd O. Goode, Jr. '70 
Mr. Alexander C. Graham, Jr. '72 
Mr. Charles T. Gundlach 
Mr. Charles M. Guthridge '68 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles E. Hall III '65 
Mr. & Mrs. Frederick H. Hall 
Mr. & Mrs. Randolph L. Hallman '70 
Mr. & Mrs. William B. Hanes "63 
Mr. & Mrs. Vincent D. Hardy '71 
Mr. & Mrs. Eric A. Hauser 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Christopher Henderson 

'71 
Cmdr. & Mrs. Heber H. 

Himmelwright '70 
Mr. & Mrs. T. David Hinton '66 
Mr. Samuel W Hbcon III 



Mr. & Mrs. A. Brooks Hock 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip W. Hughes "69 

Mr. Darmy W Jackson 

Mr. & Mrs. Randall H. James "67 

Mr. & Mrs. Bryce D. Jewett, Jr. '68 

Mr. Reginald N. Jones 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Kelly '70 

Mr. & Mrs. John WJlard Kirk III '72 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Krupin '69 

Mr. & Mrs. Elmer H. Lammay, Jr. '65 

Mr. & Mrs. James B. Lee '68 

Mr. R. Hart Lee 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggett '68 

Mr. & Mrs. James E Lipscomb '66 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Madden '67 

Mr. Charming J. Martin 

Rt. Rev. & Mis. Frank Clayton 

Matthews '70 
Mr. WdHam R. Mauck, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Wayne 

McConnell '68 
Dana McDaniel 
Dr. Michael O. McMurm 
Mr. & Mrs. James V. Meath 
Mr. & Mrs. Paul G. Mennetu, St. 
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Michael '70 
Mr. & Mrs. William R. Miller III '67 
Mr. & Mrs. Dale L. Morris '69 
Mr. & Mrs. William W Muse '70 
Mr. Warren E. Nowhn 
Mr. & Mrs. John Gurganey Overstreet 

'69 
Mr. & Mrs. Warren M. Pace, Jr. '69 
Mr. & Mrs. J. RusseU Parker III '67 
Mr. & Mrs. John W Payne III '72 
The Hon. & Mrs. Paul M. Peatross, 

Jn '68 
Dr. & Mrs. John W Pendleton '68 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Wayne Penick '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Perrow 
Mr. & Mrs. James R. Pickens '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Pollard FV '64 
Mr. & Mrs. Wdliam R. Pumphrey III 

'70 
Dr. & Mrs. Harry D. Quailes III '71 
Mr. Craig L. Rascoe 
Mr. & Mrs. Warren C. Redfern '67 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Reed 
Mr. Malcolm E. Ritsch, Jr. 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Robison III '70 
Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Rosemond 
Mr. & Mrs. James A. Rosenstock, Jr. '6> 
Mr. & Mrs. Roben L. Samuel, Jn "76 
Mr. & Mrs. S. Rowell Sargeant, Jr. "69 
Mr. & Mrs. Edward M. Schaaf III "69 
Mr. W H. Schwarzschild III 
Mr. & Mrs. C. Grigsby Scifres 
Mr. Herbert L. Sebren, Jr. '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Setde III "71 
Mr. & Mrs. J. Stuart Shelton '63 
Mr. Mark S. Shepard 
Mr. & Mrs. William D. Shirley '65 
Mr. Wdliam L. Shumate III '66 
Mr. & Mrs. Juhous E Smith, Jr. "65 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter W Smith FV '67 
Mr. Thomas E. Snyder 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001 -2002 



The Hon. & Mrs. Denis F. Soden '68 

Dr. & Mrs. Stuarr iM. Solan 

Mr, F. T. Scant III 

Mr. & Mrs. W. Scott Street III '65 

Mr. & Mrs. Wa\TieT. Tennent '67 

Mr, & Mrs. WiiUam W. Tennent III '63 

Mr. Stephen G. Test 

Lt. Col. & Mrs. Michael D. Tiller '69 

Mr. & Mrs. David C. Trumbower '71 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Tuck '66 

Mr. & Mrs. John H. Turner III '87 

Mr. & Mrs. Travis J. Tysinger '66 

Mr. & Mrs. Leroy B. "Vaughan '70 

Mr. Joseph F. Viar. Jr. '63 

Mr. & Mrs. Finle)' M. Waddell II '69 

Mr. John L. Walker III 

Mr. Charles E. Wall 

Mr. & Mrs. B. Randolph Wellford 

Whitaker Woods Homeowners Assoc. 

Mr. & Mrs. James E. White, Sr. '70 

Dr. & Mrs. James H. S. Whime>' '71 

Mr. & Mrs. James R. Whorle)' '70 

Mr. & Mt^.E L WiUiams, Jr. 

W. M. C & D Charitable Fdm. 

Mr. & Mrs. David G. Wilson, Jr. '63 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles E 'Witthoefft '68 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert W Woltz, Jr. '71 

Philip deButts Rome '68 Annual 
Scholarship 

Mrs. PhiUp deB. Rome 

Mr. & Mrs. Julious E Smidi, Jr. '65 

Philip H. Ropp Memorial Scholarship 

Dr. &: Mrs. D. Christopher Bos\vorch '68 
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Pappas '60 
Mr. & Mrs. Ed%vard R. Witt, Jr. '70 

Reginald Gilbert Smith Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Leggen '68 

Richard Owen "Rick" Snyder '74 
Memorial Scholarship 

Dr. & Mrs. H. Nelson Guscin m '74 
Mrs. Owen .A. Snvder 

V.F.I.C. Scholarship 

Virginia Foundation for Independent 
Colleges 

Stokeley Fulton Scholarship 

Lt. Col. & Mrs. Edwin J. Andrews, 
Jr. '54 

Mr. Benjamin G. Barbour '99 

The Hon. B. A. Davis UI 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Davis '78 
I Dr. & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 
; Mr. & Mrs. William B. Hanes '63 

Shumadine Scholarship 

-M r. & Mrs. William E Shumadine, Jr. '66 

Bradley S. Simms '85 Scholarship 

.\etna US Healthcare 
-' ' r. ^X Mrs. Eric E. Apperson '85 
-'•i: ^ Mrs. Thomas R. Atkinson '83 
.Mr. James L. Banning '87 
Mr. & Mrs. David W. Blankenship '85 
Michele W. Burke 
^ C & F Mortgage Corporation 



Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Camp '83 

Mr. & Mrs. M. Deane Cheadiam III '88 

Mr. & Mrs. T. Johnson Childress 

Mr. & Mrs. Vincent Childress 

Mr. & Mrs. Graham C. Daniels '86 

Mr. & Mrs. Beverly M. Davis '88 

Mr. Richard W. Davis, Jr. '87 

Mr. & Mrs. Laurence M. Dickinson '87 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert S. Dietz '85 

Mr. Robert T DuPuis, Jr. '84 

Mr. & Mrs. Brian S. Dyer '83 

Mr. & Mrs. D. Kirk Edens '85 

Mr. & Mn. Paul L. Fields, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Scott Finney '85 

Mr. & Mrs. H. Todd Flemming '85 

Mr. Richard S. Godsey '85 

Mr. & Mrs. Matthew G. Hankins '85 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Hickman, Jr. '85 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Hickman, Jr. '85 

Hometown Realt)' Service Inc 

Mr. William J. Hubbard '85 

Mr. & Mrs. Neil D. Huffman '82 

Dr & Mrs. David E Jones '84 

Mr. & Mrs. G. Hugh Kemp 

Mr & Mrs. Robert P Kline '87 

Mr & Mrs. David Legg '86 

Mr Kyle T. Love 

Mr & Mrs. R. Matdle^v McGee '84 

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel E Miller '86 

Estate of Kathleen A. Miller 

Mr & Mrs. George L. Morelock 

Mr & Mrs. Joseph K. Morgan '82 

Mr. & Mrs. Tayloe N. Negus '88 

Mr Neal A. Nichols '83 

Mr. & Mrs. Philip E. Paulette '84 

Ms. Joyce S. Pictman 

Mr & Mrs. Terr)' S. Powell 

Mr & Mrs. Fred Reynolds 

Dr Andrew R. Sager '84 

Major & Mrs. Steven Michael Sharp, 

MD'86 
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Sheppard '84 
Dr & Mrs. David B. Simmons '85 
Mr. & Mis. Paul A. Simpson 
Mr & Mrs. Peter B. Strickland '85 
Mr. & Mrs. John Ed Tankard ffl "85 
Mr. & Mrs. James C. Taylor Jr '57 
Mr. & Mrs. John P Taylor Jr '88 
Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Thomson '85 
Mr. & Mrs. John G. Ullman 
Mr & Mrs. Timodiy P Veith '85 
Mr & Mrs. David H. "White, Jr '84 
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas E Williams, Jr '62 
Mr & Mrs. Page C. Yonce 
Mr Berkeley W Young '85 

Bradley S. Simms '85 Annual 
Scholarship 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Gates '88 
Mr & Mrs. Jeff R, La Vangie '89 

Simpson Scholorship 

Ms. Helen B. Simpson 

Glenn W. Small, Jr. and Mrs. Nancy 
Small Scholarship 

The Rev. Glenn W. Small '63 



Algernon Sydney Sullivan Annual 
Scholarship 

Algernon S\dncy Sullivan Fdn. 

George E. Summers Annual 
Scholarship 

Mr &; Mrs. George E. Summers 

George Ellis Summers Scholarship 

Mr & Mrs. Charles H. Jones, Jr 
Mr & Mrs. George E. Summers 

Synod Student Aid Scholarship 

The Sviiod of the i\'lid-.Atlanric 

Thomas Edward Gilmer Scholarship 

Dr & Mrs. Thomas E. Gilmer, Jr '48 

Thalman Annual Scholarship 

Mr Joseph F. Viar, Jr '63 

Mr & Mrs. William T. Wilson '60 

Thalman Scholarship 

Mr & Mrs. James N. Boyd '58 

Dr & Mrs. J. Mills Brin:, Jr '56 

Mr & Mrs. Frank Buck '58 

Mr & Mrs. E. Eugene Cooke '58 

Mr & Mr. J. William Ferrell III '62 

Mr & Mrs. William C. French '57 

Dr & Mrs. Walter L. Grubb, Jr '57 

Mr & Mrs. John N. Harrington, Jr '60 

Mr & Mrs. Ronald M. Henry '56 

Mr Phillip W. Key, Sr '56 

Dr & Mrs. Richard A. LeHew '59 

DrWdletteL. LeHew'57 

Mr & Mrs. Arthur J. Matney '63 

Mr Wayne C. McLean '60 

Mr & Mrs. Henry H. McVey III '57 

Mr & Mrs. G. Otis Mead III '56 

Mr & Mrs. C. Frederick Mitchell '63 

Mr & Mrs. Charles C. Motdey '56 

Mr & Mr^. Henry M. Read '53 

Dr & Mrs. James H. Smith '56 

Mr & Mrs. Lawrence N. Smith '59 

Mr & Mrs. James C. Taylor Jr '57 

Mr Joseph F. Viar, Jr '63 

Mr & Mis. Frederick W WeUs '58 

Mr & Mrs. James L. Wiley II '57 

The Dr. Richard W. Tophom '65 
Chemistry Award 

Dr & Mrs. Richard D. Giles '65 
Dr & Mrs. Darrow E. Haagensen, 

Jr '(>e 

Mr & Mrs. Peter A Leggett '68 
Dr & Mrs. William W. Porterfield 

Unrestricted Scholarship 
Endowment 

Mr & Mrs. G. Tyler Broob III '74 
Estate of Fred & Martha Brown 
Mr. John David Ramsey 

Richard Morton Venoble 
Scholarship 

Mr & Mrs. Richard M. Venable, Jr '50 

W. Randolph Chitwood, Sr. '41, 
M.D. Scholarship 

Mrs. Ruth Anne Reed Chitwood 



Crockett-Flannagan-Weaver 
Scholarship 

Mr & Mrs. Alfred T. Bishop, Jr 

Dr & Mrs. Gene E. Clapsaddle '45 

Mr & Mrs. Charles W. Crist '66 

Mrs. Pegg)' Camper Davis 

Dr & Mrs. Lewis H. Drew '60 

Mr Stephen I. Eggleston 

Mr. &:Mrs. William H.Flannagan,Sr '40 

Mr & Mrs. James B. Gurley, Jr '82 

Mr & Mrs. John P Harlow, Jr '42 

Mrs. J. Thomas Hopkins, Jr 

Mr & Mrs. A. Anson Jamison '39 

Mr & Mrs. Douglas B. Lee '77 

Mr & Mrs. Peter A. Leggett '68 

Mr & Mrs. John G. Macfarlane III '76 

Mr & Mrs. Thomas B. Mason '40 

Mr & Mrs. Thomas B. Mason '40 

Mr & Mrs. Olin R. Melchionna.Jr '70 

Mr & Mrs. Richard C. Parker '81 

Radiology Associates of Roanoke 

Mr & Mrs. Frank W Rogers, Jr 

Mr & Mrs. Robert C. Schroeder 

Mr & Mrs. William E Shumadine, Jr '66 

Dr & Mrs. Frank E. Taylor '43 

Ms. Alyson H. Vordermark 

Mrs. James C. Wheat, Jr 

Mrs. Edward W.Wolcott 

Joseph Moss White and Josephine 
"i/irginio Brown White 
Scholarship 

Mr & Mrs. G. E. Kooncz, Jr 
Dr & Mrs. Paul F. White '60 

Jasper Dennis Wilson Scholarship 

ARAMARK Corporation 
Covenant Woods 

Wallace C. Nunley Scholarship 

Dr & Mrs. WaUace C. Nunley, Jr '69 

Edward W.Wolcott '43 
Scholarship Fund 

Mr & Mrs. John C. Ellis, Jr '70 

Mr & Mrs. Samuel W McGann, Jr '42 

Mr & Mrs. Alan J. White '43 

Mr & Mrs. Benjamin J. Willis, Jr '42 

Mr & Mrs. Edward W. Wolcott, Jr "76 




Hampden- Sydney College 



Volunteers 2001-2002 

Recognizing in-kind contributions of time, effort, and concern 




Alumni Club Presidents 

Alabama: Mr. Gerald Palfery Gillespy '88 
Alabama: Mr. WilliamD. Puckett II '93 
Alleghany: Mr, Joseph H. Wood '60 
Adanta: Mr. Frank C. Bedinger III '76 
Augusta-Rockingham: Mr. Alan F. Garrison '84 
Baltimore: Mr. Robert F. Sandlass, Jr. '99 
Bluefield-Tazewell: Mr. George O. Van Dyke '74 
Central Carolina (Raleigh): Mr. R. Bryant Hare IV '80 
Charleston, SC: Dr.Robert D. Calcote '79 
Charleston, WV: Mr. Philip B. Hereford '76 
Charlotte, NC: Mr. E. Judson McAdams, Sr. '77 
Charlottesville: Mr. J. Brian Jackson '87 
Dallas: Mr. John Howard Selzer '94 
Danville: Mr. James W. Bolton, Jr. '76 
Eastern Shore: Mr. Lynwood W! Lewis, Jr. '84 
Fredericksburg: Dr. Lloyd F. Moss, Jr. '73 
Halifax-South Boston: Mr. James E. White, Jr. '93 
Jacksonville: Mr. William T. M. Newton '89 
Jacksonville: Mr. Timothy Vaughan Monahan '94 
Lexington: Mr. Frank W. Friedman '88 
Lynchburg: Mr. Charles R. Cobb '69 
Martinsville: Mr. William C. Garrett, Jr. '74 
Memphis: Mr. Bruce B. Hopkins '72 
Middle, TN (Nashville): Mr. James L. Beckner '68 
Northeast Carolina: Mr. Marion Peebles Harrison '89 
Palmetto: Mr. James David Carter '93 
Peninsula: Mr. Richard B. Donaldson, Jr. '73 
Petersburg: Mr. William S. Moore '78 
Piedmont, NC: Mr. Robert E. Boydoh , Jr. '88 
Rappahannock: Mr. Thomas J. Nichols III '44 
Richmond: Mr. Raymond B. Wallace, Jr. "60 
Roanoke: Mr. George Summers, Jr. '67 
South Hill: Mr. Joseph E. Dimn '93 
Soudiside VA: Mr. Denis J. McCarthy '83 
Tidewater: Mr. Charles W Best III '83 
Washington DC: Mr. Randolph C. Harrell '84 
Winchester, VA: Mr. Benjamin M. Buder '63 

Alumni Association Officers 

President: Mr. Robert H. (Bob) Whitt, Jr. '78 
Vice President: Mr. G. Michael (Mike) Pace, Jr. '79 
Secretary: Mr. Charles V. (Chuck) McPhillips '82 
Trustee: Mr. John C. (Johnny) Ellis, Jr. '70 
Immediate Past President: Mr. R. Brandt (Brandt) 
Deal '70 

Parents Council Members 

Mr. & Mrs. Kemper M. Beasley, Jr. 

Dr. & Mrs. Luthur Abner Beazley 

Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Andrew Bell III 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Bradenham II 

Mr. & Mrs. William H. Briggs, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Burroughs, Sr. 

Mr. & Mrs, William Davidson Call 

Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Russell Carmichael '74 

Mr. & Mrs. Anderson Carothers 

Mr. & Mrs. Raymond M. Challoner III 

Mr. & Mrs. James H. Chenery '68 

Dr. & Mrs. Earnest D. Coalter, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Deacon II 

Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Doucette 

Mr. & Mrs. B. Thomas Duquette 

Dr. & Mrs. Richard Edwards 

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Matthews Fogle, Sr. 



Mr. & Mrs. Arthur H. Friedman 

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest R Gates, Jr. '76 

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Goodpasture III 

Mr. & Mrs. Steve Hendrk 

Mr. & Mrs. William D. Hopkins '66 

Dr. & Mrs. Franklin R. Horstman III 

Mr. & Mrs. David S. Hume 

Dr. & Mrs. Robert Willis Istael 

Mr. & Mrs. David E. Johnston 

Mr. &c Mrs. Fred Larmore '74 

Mr. & Mrs. L. Thompson Lawson III 

Mr. & Mrs. Edward J. McAdams '77 

Mr. & Mrs. William C. McKnew 

Mr. & Mrs. John B. Morgan II 

Mr. & Mrs. John G. Overstreet '69 

Mr. & Mrs. Charles D. Perry, Jr. 

Mr. & Mrs. J. Mathews Pope 

Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Robinson 

Ms. Anne Lee Stevens 

Dr. & Mrs. Ronald A. Stine 

Mr. & Mrs. John Stuart 

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas B. Walker '77 

Ms. Belinda Washington 

Mr. & Mrs. Donald S. Whitehead 

Mr. & Mrs. Layton Wilson 

Mr. & Mrs. John William Wright '71 

Student Development 
Committee 

Mr. Michael F. Anderson '03 (Chairman) 

Mr. Nicholas D. Beazley '03 

Mr. Gregory D. Behringer '03 

Mr. Luke E. Brown '02 

Mr. Durell A. Carodiers '03 

Mr. William O. Ciucci '03 

Mr. Michael C. Conrad '04 

Mr. Douglas W Copeland III '03 

Mr. Robert C. Crawford III '02 

Mr. Roger D. Dael '03 

Mr. ChadW. Doggett'02 

Mr. Matthew A. Dooley '02 

Mr. Jusdn D. Ellett '02 

Mr. Donald R. Greene '03 

Mr.JamesH. Hicksjr. '03 

Mr. James Lloyd Hodges '05 

Mr. Jeffrey R. Hubbard '02 

Mr. Austin M. Krison '03 

Mr. Chad M. Krouse '02 

Mr. Matthew S. Lakin '02 

Mr. Tyler A. Lux '04 

Mr. Roy B. Marun '03 

Mr. William A. McUreavy '03 

Mr. Jeffrey R Monroe '04 

Mn Charles D. Perry '03 

Mr. Brandon E.Randall '04 

Mr. Matthew D. Rannals '03 

Mr. Judson V. Root '03 

Mr. Stephen P Sharpe '02 

Mr. James M. Sheppard '03 

Mr. William D Smidi '02 

Mr. Meade G. Stone III '04 

Mr. Hakim J. Sutton '03 

Mr. William J. Taylor '02 

Mr. NedTTowell'04 

Mr. Kevin L. Turner '03 

Mr. Joseph C. Vanzant '02 



Mr. Caleb B. Varner '02 
Mr. Nolan A. Wages '04 
Mr. Greg E. Wallace '02 
Mr. Andrew W Walshe '02 

Senior Class Campaign Volunteers 

Mr. Michael Fredrick Anderson '02 (Chairman) 

Mr. Roger Deveney Dael '02 

Mr. Justin Daniel Ellett '02 

Mr. Chad Michael Krouse '02 

Mr. John Andrew MuUek II '02 

Mr. Caleb Baldwin Varner '02 

Career Resource Fellows 

Mr. Stephen E. Baril '77 

Williams, Mullen, Christian, & Dobbins 
Mr. James N. Boyd '58 

St. Christophers School 
Mr. J. Robert Bray '60 

Virginia Port Authority 
Dr. O. Christian Bredrup, Jr. '56 

Commonwealth RaAiology 
Mn Charles P Britt '92 

The Guardian Life Insurance Company 
Mf. Lee F. Brooks '75 

IDS Financial Services 
Mr. B. Darren Burns '86 

Anne Arundel County Public Schools 
Mr. Roberto A. Cabrera '89 

AMEF 
Mr. John B. Carney '92 

Ferguson Enterprises 
Mr. Joshua W Chapman '96 

Boehringer Ingelhelm 
Mr. James C. Cherry '73 

Wachovia Bank 
Mr. Charles R. Cobb '69 

New England Financial 
Mr. Thomas Troy CoghiU '90 

USMC 
Ian Comtes '93 

Divaris Peal Estate 
Dr. Barry K. Cutright '78 

Dentist 
Dan Dillon '94 

Virginia State Highway Patrol 
Mr. Troy E. Drafton '92 

KPMG 
Mr. Richard P Epperson II '79 

Hampde7i'Sydney College 
Mr. George Thomas Haskins '88 

Iron Mountain 
Mr. J. Sheppard Haw Iir78 

MCV Hospitals and Physicians 
Mr. W. Eugene Hayes '71 

Moses, Hayes & Willeford 
Mr. James M. Haynes, Jr. '97 

Law Clerk 
Mr. William B. Howard '77 

Clarke & Sampson Inc 
Rev. G. Geoffrey Hubbard '65 

Buchanner Presbyterian Church 
Dr. David E Huddle '81 

Dentist 



Honor Roll of Donors 2001 -2002 



Mr. David A. Ingram '91 

Parametric Technology Corporation 
Mr. Jefficy L. Kiefer 73 

University of Alaryland at Baltimore 
Mr. Jon K. Kjos '93 

America Online 
Mr. E. Judson McAdams, Sr. '77 

Development/McAdams-Norman Properties 
Mr, William R. McGuire '89 

St. Christopher's School 
Mr. Michael E Moorman '64 

Peebles Inc. 
Mr. Kevin S. O'Rourke '85 

Bank of New York 
Richard Saw '74 

Bttxter Diagnostics 
Mr. Walter P. Smith III '79 

BB&T Insurance Service Inc. 
Mr. Raphael V.Sydnor '01 

SadJle River Day School 
Mr. WiQiam C. Thompson III '93 

Crossroads Services 
Mr. James M. Trammell '88 

Lobbyist 
Mr.WJiiamL. Usnik,Jr. "85 

American Express 
Mr. Thomas B.Walker '77 

V^lker Construction 
Mr. Ra)TOond B. Wallace, Jr. '60 

Henrico County Educator 
Mr. Francis E. Zellner '99 

C.H. Robinson Co. 

Alumni Career Expo Participants 

Mr. David A. Clark '73 

Blue Ridge Mountains Boy Scouts ofAtnerica Council 
Mr. Tony M. Canody '82 

Register &Bee (Newspaper) 
Mr. Thomas M. Crowder '78 

Guilford Company 
Mr. R. Maxwell Meador '58 

\^rginia Episcopal School 
Dr. Peter Rosanelli, Jr. '58 

Peter Rosanelli, Jr MD LtD 
Mr. John G. Clark, Jr. '75 

Sutton-Clark Supply Inc. 
Mr. Alexander C. Graham, Jr. '72 

Williams, Mullen, Christian & Dobbins 
Mr. Richard P. Epperson 11 '79 

Hampden-Sydney College 
Mr. Dan Dillon '94 

Virpnia State Highway Patrol 
Mr. William C. Thompson III '93 

Crossroads Services 



Website Electronic Mentors 

Mr. William W. Allen '01 

Alorgan Kcegan & Co. Inc. 
Mr. Dorian H. Baker '99 

TEKsystems 
Dr. Michael C. Baughan '77' 

Optometric EyeCare Center 
Mr. Chrisropher W. Bishop '95 

US Department of State 
Mr. Dennis R. Bissell '01 

John HancockJSignator Financial 

Mr. Kenneth E. Childress '70 

Allstate Insurance Company 
Mr. Joseph Collins Conover '01 

Ecolochem Inc. 
Mr. Keren S. Feliciano '01 

Cobb County Schools 
Mr. Robert L. Foley '00 

Willcox & Savage, P.C. 
Mr. Joseph Andrew Grant '89 

EMI Music Publishing 
Mr. William Ames H.Trper, Jr. '02 

Stem's Printing and Engraving 
Mr. GlenC. Hasling'91 

Ojfce Depot 
Mr. John C. Hopewell '89 

Glaxo Smith Kline 
Mr. Matthew L. Jamison '0 1 
Mr. Jon K. Kjos '00 

America Online 
Mr. C. Scott LeHew '92 

Merck 
Mr. Patrick S.McRee '01 

University of Richmond 
Mr. C. L. Ellinger O'Brien II '89 

BB&T Capital Markets 
Mr. Scott J. Pietan '95 

Peace Corps 
Mr. James C. Samans '0 1 

PC Help Services 
Lt. Col. L. Rucker Snead III '81 

US Army 
Mr. Brett W. Thompson '01 

Bank of America 
Mr. WiUiam C. Thompson III '93 

Crossorads Community Services 
Mr. Matthew A. Wages '01 

McLain Financial Group 
Mr. Andrew WiUiam Walshe '02 

PricewaterhouseCoopers 
Mr.JusunR.Weis'01 

National 'Wildlife Federation 




Ambasiodor William B. Jones 

A member of tbe Wilson Center Board and tbe 
College's Board of Trustees, Ambassador William 
Jones is tbe William A. Johns Professor of Political 
Science and Ambassador in Residence at Hampden- 
Sydney College. 

Ambassador Jones is a retired career United States 
diplomat, having served 22 years as a foreign 
Service Officer at tbe Department of State. He was 
appointed the United Stales Ambassador la Haiti 
by President Carter. Among his many other assign- 
ments, Ambassador Jones was the United States 
Permanent Bepresentative to the United Notions 
Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization 
(UNESCO) in Paris, and be served as a Deputy 
Assistant Secretary of State in Washington, fol- 
lowing bis retirement from the foreign Service, 
Ambassador Jones was appointed Staff Director of 
the Western Hemisphere Sub-Committee of the US 
House of Bepresentatives. 

Positions endowed by olumni and friends, like the 
William A. Johns Professorship, contribute to the 
excellence of Hampden-Sydney by allowing the 
College to recruit scholars and leaders of national 
prominence. 

Ambassador Jones, a generous benefactor to 
Hampden-Sydney knows that tbe College audits 
mission depend on this type of financial support. "I 
give to Hampden-Sydney because it offers a truly 
unigue learning experience for our young men, " 
says Ambassador Jones. "If the College is to grow 
and find its rightful place among tbe top tier small 
liberal arts colleges, Hampden-Sydney must have 
the financial resources to be competitive. " 



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The lists contained in this report are to be used only for the information 

of Hampden-Sydney College's alumni and friends. 

All other uses, especially commercial uses, are strictly prohibited. 

THIS REPORT RECOGNIZES GIFTS MADE TO THE COILEGE 
BETWEEN JUIYl, 2001, AND JUNE 30, 2002 

GIFTS MADE AFTER THAT TIME WILL BE ACKNOWLEDGED 
IN THE 2002-2003 HONOR ROLL 

Every effort has been made to compile as accurate a report of donors as is possible. 

If, however, you discover a mistake, please let us know: 

Recorder of Gifts, Office of Institutional Advancement, Escourt, Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943, 

Telephone: (434) 223-6136 • Fax: (434) 223-6381 • E-mail: ddean@hsc.edu 

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College President 
Walter M. Bortz III 

Chairman of the Board of Trustees 
William C. Boinest '54 

Vice-President for Administration 
Paul S. Baker 

Dean ofStitdnets 
James W. Blackburn 

Vice-President for Institutional Advancement 
C. Beeler Brush 

Dean of Admissions 
Anita H. Garland 

Vice-President for Business Affairs & Treasurer 
C. Norman Krueger 

Provost &Dean of Faculty 
Earl W. Fleck 

Director of Public Relations 
Thomas H. Shomo '69 

Director of Alumni Relations 
Howard W. Sfracke '75 

Hampden-Sydney College offers equal opportunity 
in all areas of education and employment. 



Editor 

Leiand Rice '01 

Donor List Editors 
Donna Dean 
Linda Alphin 

Art Direction 

Dr. Richard McClintock 



Design 

Todd Nolley 

Photogi-aphy 

Danny Barrett '03 

Raymond B. Bottom, Jr. '51 

Ian Bradshaw 

Donald Ortner 

Ross Green '03 

Todd Nolley 

Lee Rice '01 

Thomas H. Shomo '69 

Courtney Turlington 

Crystal Vandergrift 

Lewis Worthington 

Printing 

Daniel Fannon '94 

Fannon Color Printing, LLC 




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