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Participation is key to supporting Marietta programs

Group photo of the Staff members of the office of Diversity and Inclusion at Marietta College

The success of what the Office of Diversity and Inclusion achieved this year highlights the importance of participation — in more ways than one.

Led by Dr. Nkenge Friday, Cam Clifton and Paapa Nkrumah-Ababio, D&I worked to create the yearlong program of Council for Inclusive Excellence, which helped enhance campus and community engagement among campus constituents. The office also started One Marietta, which is a partnering of multiple campus stakeholders in pursuit of equity-based initiatives designed to reflect a welcoming and globally connected campus.

The busy year continued with popular events on campus such as the Multicultural Festival, MLK Day of Service, Lunar New Year, Kuwait National Day and the honoring of various Heritage Months. Support for new programs and emerging priorities comes from The Marietta Fund, and the thousands of alumni and friends who make annual gifts to the College.

Just as participation and support are key to successful programming, the participation of alumni and other donors supporting The Marietta Fund also plays an important role in sustaining all aspects of the College. This year’s Marietta Fund goal is $2.35 million; however, the College also has a participation goal of 18 percent of alumni.

“We’re currently at 15.9 percent participation,” says Kathryn Gloor, Senior Director of Annual Giving. “With 2,416 alumni donors, we need 245 more to hit that goal.”

Reaching $2.35 million is important as it is part of the College’s overall budget for this Fiscal Year, but alumni participation is equally important.

Participation rates are one of the main factors considered by U.S. News & World Report when evaluating and ranking colleges. Those rankings can sway opinions on the College’s overall reputation, which in turn affects both enrollment and the perceived value of a Marietta diploma.

“High levels of alumni participation can also inspire major donors, corporations and foundations to increase their own support,” Gloor says. “People want to invest in successful institutions that others are supporting, too.”

Learn more about The Marietta Fund and other ways to support today’s Pioneers.​

We are Alpha Xi Deltas from the classes of 1968 and 1969. Left to right are Pat Griffin Curtin ’69, Bobbie Lawlor Jahnes ’69, Bobbi Whitford Schwarz ’69, Joan Oxenham Pyne, Jean Anderson Jory ’68 and Sue Spinney Conklin ’69 
Joan Oxenham Pyne ’69 submitted a photo taken in February in Naples, Florida. “We are Alpha Xi Deltas from the classes of 1968 and 1969. Left to right are Pat Griffin Curtin ’69, Bobbie Lawlor Jahnes ’69, Bobbi Whitford Schwarz ’69, Joan Oxenham Pyne, Jean Anderson Jory ’68 and Sue Spinney Conklin ’69.”

Marietta alumni gathered at Ashley Palmisano’s wedding at Olympic National Park in Washington State in July 2018 
Marietta alumni gathered at Ashley Palmisano’s wedding at Olympic National Park in Washington State in July 2018. Ashley is the daughter of Ann Priscilla Palmisano ’81 and Glen Palmisano ’80. Those in attendance were (from left to right) Kelly Wolf ’98, Barb Priscilla Wolf ’71 and Andy Wolf ’71, Ann and Glen Palmisano, Jody Hall Whitacre ’81 and Dave Whitacre ’81.

Barbara Garneau Kelley ’81 was appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex M. Azar II, to serve on the Advisory Council of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders of the National Institutes of Health 
Barbara Garneau Kelley ’81 was appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex M. Azar II, to serve on the Advisory Council of the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders of the National Institutes of Health. She was appointed for a five-year term beginning June 1, 2019. Barbara is Executive Director and CEO of the Hearing Loss Association of America, a nonprofit organization for people with hearing loss based in the Washington, D.C., area. She is a recipient of the Marietta College Distinguished Alumna Award.
Douglas Ankrom ’97 was named President and CEO of Riverview Credit Union in Marietta, Ohio, effective July 1 
Douglas Ankrom ’97 was named President and CEO of Riverview Credit Union in Marietta, Ohio, effective July 1. He joined Riverview in July 2014 as the Chief Financial Officer. He resides in Boaz, West Virginia, with his wife, Sarah, and four daughters, Alexis, Megan, Alyssa and Abigail.

David Bevan ’70, Professor of Biochemistry in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech, was conferred the title of professor emeritus by the Virginia Tech Board of Visitors.

A member of the Virginia Tech community since 1980, Bevan made significant contributions to an increased understanding of fundamental biochemical processes through his work in the application of computational methods to protein structure, function and dynamics, focusing on disease-related proteins and their interactions.

Among the biological systems to which his computational molecular modeling methods were applied were the amyloid beta-peptide that is associated with Alzheimer’s disease; peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor that is associated with inflammation, diabetes, and obesity; and sphingosine kinases, which are associated with a variety of diseases, including cancer, fibrosis and Alzheimer’s. His lab also used computational methods to guide the redesign of enzymes, with an aim of altering thermostability and substrate specificity.

He served Virginia Tech as the program director for the interdisciplinary Ph.D. 
program in genetics, bioinformatics and computational biology for 15 years.

In the classroom, Bevans taught a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in biochemistry, bioinformatics and computational biology. He advised many students on master’s degree and doctoral dissertations and helped them develop successful careers in both academe and industry. In 2017, Bevan received the Graduate School’s Faculty Outstanding Mentor Award.

Dennis Tucci ’83, longtime Malvern High School boys basketball coach, was selected for induction into the District V Ohio Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame as a member of the Class of 2019. Tucci won his 500th game in February during his second stint as Malvern’s head coach. The Hornets won six district titles and 17 sectionals under Tucci.

Marietta College Alumna Jazmyn Stover '06Fisher Phillips, a national labor and employment law firm representing employers, announced the addition of Jazmyn J. Stover ’06 as a partner in its Cleveland office.

Stover advises clients on critical workplace issues that develop at the intersection of business and employment law. She has dedicated much of her practice to helping private and public employers in the health care, hospitality, real estate and retail industries prevent employment-related risks by emphasizing proactive workforce management. When issues do arise, she has extensive experience assisting clients with workplace-related matters such as employment discrimination, wage and hour issues, unfair competition and contract disputes. Stover has defended clients before administrative agencies, including the State Employment Relations Board, the Department of Labor, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Ohio Civil Rights Commission, as well as in state and federal courts.

“The recruitment of high-caliber attorneys like Jazmyn is an important step in our strategy to grow our Cleveland office. Women make up 38 percent of our local professionals, and with the co-chair of the firm’s Women’s Initiative and Leadership Council in our office, we are focused on continuing to grow this number,” says Steve Nobil, Managing Partner of the firm’s Cleveland office. “Jazmyn’s arrival, coupled with the recent addition of Lauren Tompkins, greatly expands our client service offerings and complements our diverse team of professionals.”

Stover received her J.D. from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 2009, and her B.A. from Marietta College in 2006. She is an active member of the Ohio State Bar Association, the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and the Norman S. Minor Bar Association, and serves as a pro bono advocate with the Legal Aid Society of Cleveland.

Travis Thornton ’99 joined Lakeland Polymers LLC in Marietta, Ohio, as a sales manager for the Southeast Division.

Carrie West-Rayko ’03 was promoted to General Manager of Sales for Renda Broadcasting of Indiana, Pennsylvania, on January 5, 2019. Carrie’s appointment to this new position came after 10 years with the company as the Promotions and Event Coordinator. Renda Broadcasting is a privately owned radio broadcasting company consisting of 18 radio 
stations in six markets. Carrie now manages and oversees not only selling of WLCY Cat Country 106.3 FM, AM 1450 WDAD, WQMU 92.5 FM, AM 1160 WCCS, but also digital events and promotions within the station and community. Carrie resides in Indiana, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Eric Rayko ’03, and their 6-year-old son Austin.

Michael Hart ’08 joined MGM Northfield Park in Northfield, Ohio, as a Talent Acquisition Manager in May. Prior to that, Michael was a Talent Acquisition and Employment Specialist with Cuyahoga (Ohio) County.

Sean Paulhus ’08 won a special election to the Maine House of Representatives and was sworn in by Maine Gov. Janet Mills. He won the House District 52 seat and will serve the remainder of the term, which is through November 2020.

Eric Taylor ’08 joined Bi-Con Services in Derwent, Ohio, as a business development specialist. Prior to his new job, Eric was an advancement gift officer at Marietta College.

Marietta College Alumna Heather Peters '08 
Heather Peters ’08, CPA, was named partner at Tenney & Associates, LLC CPA’s in January. Peters manages a broad range of accounting activities for personal and business clients, including audits and reviews, general tax preparation and client counsel in support of business objectives.

“Heather started with us as an intern in 2008 when she was student at Marietta College,” says the firm’s Managing Director, David Tenney. “She came to work with us full-time after graduation, and has spent her public accounting career with us. Heather has been and will continue to be an asset to our firm and to our clients throughout Ohio and 
West Virginia.”

A native of Lowell, Ohio, and a graduate of Fort Frye High School and Marietta College Department of Business & Economics, Heather distinguished herself by earning a public accounting degree Summa Cum Laude. In recognition of her academic achievements, she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, awarded to less than one percent of college seniors in America.

She is a member of the American Institute of CPAs, Ohio Society of CPAs and is licensed as a CPA in both Ohio and West Virginia. When not at work, Heather is active in church activities as a Sunday school teacher, member of the finance committee and women’s club.

Heather Boomer Ginsky ’09 and Matt Ginsky ’09 welcomed a future Pioneer into the world on January 24, 2019. His name is Zeke Boomer Ginsky 
Heather Boomer Ginsky ’09 and Matt Ginsky ’09 welcomed a future Pioneer into the world on January 24, 2019. His name is Zeke Boomer Ginsky.

Michael Washabaugh ’09 was promoted to Operations Manager at WMET-AM 1160 in the Washington, D.C., area. He was the Community Development Director at the radio station since August 2016. Michael is also working on a master’s degree at Georgetown University and anticipates graduating in 2021.

Ashley Fouss Eschbaugh ’10, PA’13 joined First Settlement Orthopaedics in Marietta as a Physician Assistant in January 2019.

Phil York ’10 joined The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in March as a manager of designated campaigns. Phil is an experienced development professional with more than six years of 
fundraising experience.

Aleece Combs Dye ’11, who joined Peoples Bank in Marietta in 2015, was recently promoted to Trust & Business Development Specialist. She spent the past two years as a branch manager.

Luke Smith ’11 was recently promoted to Vice President of Clinic Operations at Memorial Health System in Marietta, Ohio. He has been employed by Memorial Health System for more than eight years.

Heather Haught Wojton ’11, who has been with the Institute for Defense Analyses for more than three years, recently transitioned to the position of Statistics & Human Factors Team Lead.

Lauren Asbury ’12 was promoted to Lead Training Specialist with Arrive Logistics in Austin, Texas. She joined Arrive Logistics as a Classroom Engagement Specialist in October 2018, after more than six years with C.H. Robinson.

After successfully serving as the Interim Vice President for Enrollment Management at Marietta College, Kelli Barnette ’12 was promoted to Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management in March 2019.

Elizabeth Oswalt ’13 has been working at Sunrun in the Denver, Colorado, area for the past three years and she was promoted to Associate Project Manager in March of 2019. Sunrun is a residential solar company that is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Alexandria Martin Laird ’14 was promoted to manager of People Development and Communications at Crocs in Niwot, Colorado. Crocs is a world leader in innovative casual footwear.

Margaret Watt ’15 graduated from Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in May. She is a recipient of the Choose Ohio First and Osteopathic Heritage Foundation scholarships, as well as a member of Sigma Sigma Phi and The Gold Humanism Honor Society. This summer, she will begin her family medicine residency at Grant Medical Center in Columbus, with primary interests in LGBTQ+ healthcare and addiction medicine.

Kaley Greenwood ’16, who earned a B.S. in Environmental Science, joined American Trim in Sidney, Ohio, as an Environmental Specialist.

Pippa Marmorstein ’16 is working as a content management expert with Lazzat Photography LLC in Pensacola, Florida.

Gene Neill ’16 was promoted to Learning, Leadership and Talent Strategy Manager at Macy’s in Cincinnati, Ohio, in May.

Megan Wrbas ’16 has joined Citizens Bank in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as a Relationship Banker. She is also continuing as an independent Team Beachbody coach.

Luisa Barton ’17 was named Project Control Manager of Marietta Silos, LLC

Luisa Barton ’17 was named Project Control Manager of Marietta Silos, LLC. After earning a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Marietta, she started her professional career working in the oil fields of Oklahoma and Texas, where she assisted directional drillers on rigs located throughout the southern U.S. At Marietta Silos, Barton is responsible for submittals, safety, compliance and logistics in support of crew operations for silo construction and repair, inspection and cleaning.

“I’m looking forward to the opportunity to help grow Marietta Silos into the future, and to improve efficiencies in what we do and how we do it,” Barton says. “And, of course, being back in my hometown and close to my family is important.” In her spare time Barton enjoys working out, traveling and spending time in the air as a licensed pilot.

Diana McGraw ’18 is working as a Production Engineer at Noble Energy in Houston, Texas. Diana interned with Noble during the summers of 2017 and 2018.

Helen Moore ’18 is working as a Business Account Manager at Wayfair in Brunswick, Maine.

Abbey Tornes ’18 recently joined New Mexico State University as a Marketing Representative. She is currently living in Las Cruces, New Mexico.



In Memoriam


William D. Harman ’43 of Oak Ridge, Tennessee (3/5/2019).

Tommy L. Bronaugh Fox ’45 (Alpha Xi Delta) of Peterborough, New Hampshire (1/22/2019). Survivors include a sister, Patricia Bronaugh Morrison ’50.

Marguerite Dibble Murdoch ’47 (Chi Omega) of Washington, Virginia (1/20/2019).

Lawrence H. Shuman ’49 of Falls Church, Virginia (3/21/2019).


Eloise Rexroad Burkhart ’50 of Marietta, Ohio (3/7/2019). Survivors include a sister, Martha J. Kindelberger ’48.

Betty J. Carver Huck ’50 (Alpha Xi Delta) of Marietta, Ohio (4/23/2019). Survivors include a daughter, Cynthia Huck Pyles ’73, and a son-in-law, Michael Pyles ’74.

John W. Hammett ’52 of Williamstown, West Virginia (2/11/2019).

Charles W. Rawlings ’52 of Los Gatos, California (4/15/2019).

June M. Starkweather Stephenson ’52 of Sandusky, Ohio (3/26/2019).

William C. Wechter ’53 (Alpha Tau Omega) of Centerport, New York  (1/10/2019).

Jean M. Jost Mandelbaum ’54 (Sigma Kappa) of Oceanside, California (7/19/2018).

Marilyn K. Mains Brum ’55 (Alpha Xi Delta) of Marietta, Ohio (3/16/2019).

Sarah A. Hays Medley ’55 (Chi Omega) of Parkersburg, West Virginia (3/4/2019).

Ernest R. Becker ’56 of New Matamoras, Ohio (4/10/2019).

James L. Weekley ’56 of Poca, West Virginia (2/8/2019). Survivors include a son, Kevin Weekley ’89.

Sandra L. Young ’59 of Marietta, Ohio (3/5/2019). Survivors include a sister, Sylvia L. Young ’59.


James A. Hunt ’61 (Alpha Tau Omega) of Bourne, Massachusetts (4/27/2019).

Gordon M. James Jr. ’61 (Delta Upsilon) of Schaumburg, Illinois (3/7/2019). Survivors include a sister, Marietta James Montgomery ’51.

Suzanne L. Murray Bryce ’63 of Natick, Massachusetts (2/12/2019).

Philip G. Fratus ’63 (Lambda Chi Alpha) of Marietta, Georgia (4/8/2019).

Peter M. Martinson ’64 (Alpha Tau Omega) of Leicester, Massachusetts (2/19/19). Survivors include his wife, Nancy Wheeler Martinson ’64.

Larry G. Merriam ’65 of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (8/15/2018).

Ellen M. Muzi ’65 (Sigma Kappa) of Westfield, New Jersey (3/4/2019).

Thomas R. Benua Jr. ’67 of Naples, Florida (3/3/2019).

Gary L. Hill ’67 of Lower Salem, Ohio (4/28/2019). Survivors include a son, Tyson Hill ’01.

R. Steven Bonnett ’68 (Lambda Chi Alpha) of Millsboro, Delaware (4/24/2019).

James F. Delong ’68 of Woolwich, Maine (4/11/2019).

Owen R. Hall ’69 (Delta Upsilon) of Pinellas Park, Florida (11/4/2018).


Michael Weinshel ’70 (Tau Epsilon Phi) of Fairfield, Connecticut (1/23/2019). Survivors include his wife, Carol Spivack Weinshel ’70.

Marie A. Vantusko Bigsby ’71 of Schenectady, New York (4/10/2019).

Susan C. Gunther ’74 of Concord, New Hampshire (4/25/2019).

Debra E. Budnick ’75 of Solon, Ohio (2/19/2019).

Robert S. Roberts ’79 of Pikeville, Kentucky (3/27/2019).


Jane B. McInnes ’85 of Roslindale, Massachusetts (1/11/2019).

Trustee Emerita Dr. Georgia Lesh-Laurie ’60, H’08

(July 28, 1938-May 9, 2019)

Marietta College is mourning the loss of Trustee Emerita Dr. Georgia Lesh-Laurie ’60, H’08 (Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Kappa), who died on May 9, 2019. She spent her professional career in higher education, including serving as the first female chief academic officer at United Arab Emirates University, Chancellor at the University of Colorado at Denver, and professor and administrator at both Cleveland State University and Case Western Reserve University.

Dr. Lesh-Laurie served as a trustee to the College from 1979 to 1984 and from 1985 to 1995. She was presented the Distinguished Alumna Award in 2005 and was the Founders Day Speaker in 2008. She and her late husband, William, established the Lesh-Laurie Scholarship in honor of their mothers, Josephine E. Lesh and Bessie H. Laurie.

Among her survivors are her brother, Anthony Lesh ’65, his wife, Patricia Moore Lesh ’66, and their daughter, Samantha Lesh Ogden ’95.

Trustee Emerita Elsa Ekenstierna Thompson ’56

(February 18, 1934–May 25, 2019)

The Marietta community suffered a tremendous loss when Trustee Emerita Elsa Ekenstierna Thompson ’56 passed away on May 25, 2019.

Thompson, who was a member of the Chi Omega sorority, earned degrees in Speech, Drama and English, and graduated with Alpha Psi Omega honors. She served on the College’s Board of Trustees from 1986 to 1999, and was also a Marietta College Alumni Association Board Member.

She and her late husband, William H. “Bill” Thompson Jr. ’57, co-founded the internationally renowned magazine Bird Watcher’s Digest in 1978.

A Lasting Tribute

The following list recognizes donors and their honorees in whose honor or memory they have pledged gifts to Marietta College between January 1, 2018, and December 31, 2018.

In memory of Warren Abrams 
Laura and Al Abrams

In honor of Darrell T. Anderson ’18 
Derrick and Tiphany Anderson

In honor of Jeanne Arbuckle 
Mabry M. and James H. O’Donnell III

In memory of H. Andrew Bain 
Patty Bain Bachner ’77 and John P. Bachner

In memory of Robert S. Balhatchet Jr. ’66 
Chandler J. Day ’66

In memory of Bernice J. Barry ’45 
Micheline Beardmore Westfall ’73

In memory of Robert B. Beecher ’66 
John E. Billard ’66 
Susan E. and Merrill D. Tobin ’66

In memory of Richard L. Bergen ’37 
Jeffrey and Judith Bergen

In memory of Roma Hopp Bergen ’39 
Jeffrey and Judith Bergen

In memory of John P. Bohanes ’51 
Micheline Beardmore Westfall ’73

In memory of Babette Bain Bole ’79 
Sam and Susan Shanahan Davis ’79 
Mabry M. and James H. O’Donnell III

In honor of Brooke E. Borich ’18 
Shawn and Stephanie Cooper Johnson ’00

In honor of Dr. David J. Brown 
David E. Brown

In memory of Joel D. Brucken ’60 
Roger L. Patterson ’62

In memory of Harold E. Camp ’62 
Betty Jo Camp

In memory of Arne B. Carlson ’61 
Carolyn Osburn Carlson ’58

In honor of Dr. Robert W. Chase 
Travis C. Billiter ’92 
Mary J. and Ben W. Ebenhack ’76 
Matthew J. Englert ’08 and Bobbi Endicott Englert ’10 
Adam F. Esparza ’09 and Aleah Telek Esparza ’09 
Lawrence R. and Susan Hiser 
Christopher P. Jacobs ’92 and Kelcey L. Jacobs ’92 
Jeremy M. Jones ’07 and Elizabeth Bennon Jones ’07 
Dana A. and Jay A. Newell ’03 
Matthew J. Peloquin ’06 and Stephanie Esparza Peloquin ’06 
Clinton L. Perkins ’09 
Susan K. Peterson ’83 
Craig and Josie Rabatin 
Kim A. Renze Jr. ’08 and Rebecca Whitman Renze ’08 
Matthew H. Rucker ’07 and Marissa Barnhart Rucker ’07 
Rakibul H. Sarker 
Michael P. Sowko ’09 
Robert P. Sutton ’78 and Nancy Bates Sutton ’78 
Tina M. Thomas ’78 and Reinhard G. Tomasch

In honor of Powell J. Chodos ’88 
Dale Davidson Chodos ’63 and Malvin Chodos

In memory of M. Joan Russell Clutter ’63 
Charles C. Savery ’61

In memory of Kathryn Conrad 
David B. Conrad ’65

In memory of Michael J. Conte ’06 
Jeff and Tammie Nathaniel 
Ryan P. Szafraniec ’06 and Loren N. Genson ’06

In honor of Hayley L. Cormack ’18 
Craig Cormack and Sheila Ninneman

In honor of Nell B. Cormack ’18 
Craig Cormack and Sheila Ninneman

In honor of Richard E. Crowther 
Andrea M. and John T. Parsons ’94

In honor of Michael R. Deegan ’06 
Mendel and Judith Myers

In memory of Betty and Sam Dils 
The Smith, Budros and Miller Families 
Andrew and Anne Fletcher 
Margaret Gordon 
Matthew Rogers and Melanie Shepherd

In memory of Anthony L. Drapelick ’57 
Anthony T. Drapelick

In memory of Elizabeth Keitz Drapelick ’56 
Anthony T. Drapelick

In memory of Judith L. Dunn 
D. Elaine and Terry L. Addis 
Paul and Connie DeVore 
William H. and Cheryl Ecker Hohman ’70

In memory of Rexford M. Ennis ’68 
Henry J. Jelinek Jr. ’68 and Cathy Hackett Jelinek ’69

In honor of Dr. Dorothy J. Erb 
Eric E. and Lynn F. Erb 
Ruth George Stoyak ’63 and Peter J. Stoyak

In memory of Beverly J. Etter ’88 
Elizabeth A. Haddock ’89

In memory of Frank M. Fenton ’36 
Eric E. and Lynn F. Erb

In honor of Kurt L. Fire ’15 
C. Taylor Myers ’15

In memory of Dawn Fitzgerald 
Rebecca S. Tenney ’18

In honor of Frank D. Fleischer ’71 
Charles J. Dawes ’71

In honor of George S. Gabriel 
Elicia O. Banks-Gabriel ’08

In memory of George H. Gadbois Jr. ’59 
Judith A. Papinia

In memory of Michael Gaughan 
Nancy Gaughan ’86

In memory of Albert R. Gifford 
Gay A. Vernon ’74 and John Brande

In honor of Dr. Hans-Georg Gilde 
Nancy Gross Blase ’64 and Charles Goldstein

In memory of Sheila Gilligan-Ulam ’88 
Elizabeth A. Haddock ’89

In memory of Nancy Jensen Gilroy ’63 
Judythe A. Stephan ’63

In memory of Michael A. Glasser Jr. ’75 
Joe W. and Patricia C. McDaniel

In memory of William L. Graham ’48 
Mildred B. Graham

In honor of Alexander Ian Gruss ’18 
Eric and Cathy Gruss

In memory of Van L. Hall ’50 
Carolyn R. Hall

In honor of Carole Wylie Hancock ’75 
Eric E. and Lynn F. Erb 
Peter J. and Ruth George Stoyak ’63 
Ellen H. Wickersham

In memory of Dr. J. Michael Harding 
Stacy and Timothy J. Binegar ’00 
Brenda F. Jones

In honor of Matthew W. Harkness ’18 
Richard and Renee Harkness

In memory of Dr. William C. Hartel 
Arthur J. and Mary Ann Acton 
Janice L. Dowd ’69 
Janice Nuckols ’68 and Phillip J. Ruprecht

In memory of Melvin R. Hathaway ’58 
Dorothea S. Hathaway

In memory of Arthur R. Hedlund ’66 
Kenneth J. Wilkinson ’66 (USMC Retired) and Martha Aulson Wilkinson ’66

In memory of Francis W. Herdman Jr. ’47 
Heather Glunts Kaval ’62

In honor of Mary Jo Herdman 
Carol E. Kingzett ’81

In memory of Dr. Robert S. Hill 
Farrokh and Judith Johnson Assad ’67 
Sharon A. Moynahan ’69 and Gerald T. Moore

In memory of Dr. William A. Hill 
Ross W. Lenhart ’66 and Katharine Michelson Lenhart ’68

In honor of Alex M. Hogan ’18 
Michael and Mary Hogan

In honor of John E. Hopkins ’65 
Marianne and David H. Harrison ’64

In memory of Jeffrey C. Houston ’06 
Anonymous Donor 
Rocky and Susan Long Allender ’07 
Andrew L. Ratie ’07 and Alexandra Ratie ’07 
Mary Crane 
Jessie M. Hamon ’16 
Alberta J. and Jon A. Hartshorn ’89 
David A. Himes Jr. ’06 
Mark R. Hirschfeld ’09 
Kyle G. Hummel ’08 
Michael R. Joliat ’06 and Patrick C. Quinn ’06 
Gregory Jones 
Kristin Lamont 
Mabry M. and James H. O’Donnell III 
Andrew and Ellen Doolittle Oost ’07 
Kathryn J. Patton ’10 
Helen Pimental 
Alexandra L. Ratie ’07 
Bethany Schreck 
James L. and Thomas A. Simers ’08 
Kristy Smagala 
Barbara Strube 
Anne M. Sweeney 
Ligaya Tichy 
Lauren Tilton 
Michael and Megan Schreck Yunn ’06

In honor of Elizabeth C. Huffman ’18 
Douglas G. Huffman ’92 and Laurene Pottmeyer Huffman ’91

In memory of Anya Crum Huie ’97 
Patrick and Jocelyn Crum Brooks ’95 
Larry Crum

In memory of Glenn C. Jackson ’35 
G. Robert Jackson ’65

In honor of Anthony S. Jalowiec ’18 
Kathryn Gloor and Rachel Stollman

In memory of Frances Hiteshew Jensen ’53 
Glenna Granniss Stewart ’53

In honor of Robert W. and Marie Jensen 
Lauren J. and Robert E. Jensen ’68

In honor of Sadie A. Johnson ’19 
Carol Mackey Anderson

In memory of Elizabeth Torreson Jones ’59 
C. Sherfy Jones

In honor of Kirsten M. Jones ’18 
Russell and Brenda Jones

In honor of Alexandra M. Jurgens ’15 
Anthonij and Donna Jurgens

In honor of Marcia J. Kimball ’87 
Gregory and DiAnn Krivchenia

In honor of Marshall C. Kimball 
Gregory and DiAnn Krivchenia

In memory of Richard M. Krause ’47 
Michael and Virginia Hobba O’Connor ’73

In honor of Lindsey Kudaroski ’14 
Mary O. Roberts ’14

In honor of Debora A. Lazorik 
Carol E. Kingzett ’81

In memory of Ralph M. Lindamood ’46 
James M. Byer ’66 and Susan Wohlfarth Byer ’65 
John D. Foster Jr. ’74 and Patricia McGuinness Foster ’81

In memory of John A. Linton ’53 
Eleanor N. Linton

In memory of Ronald A. LoSasso ’65 
Marcy and Leslie T. Harris ’65

In memory of William L. Lothes ’65 
March and Leslie T. Harris ’65

In honor of Tamara Loznik 
Diana V. McGraw ’18

In honor of Ian C. Lutrell ’18 
Kevin and Wendy Luttrell

In memory of J. Gregory MacKenzie 
Margo Yonker MacKenzie ’67

In memory of Jeffrey P. Marks ’68 
Pamela and Thomas E. Apple ’68 
Denise and Jonathan D. Wendell ’70

In memory of Frederick Maurer ’20 
Pamela and Benjamin E. Baughman ’00

In memory of Harold G. Mayo ’73 
Vertron Jackson Mayo ’74

In honor of Carl and Mary McAfee 
George and Susan McAfee

In memory of Louise McGrew 
Thomas E. Washburn ’80 and Lauri McGrew Washburn ’78

In memory of Vernon E. McGrew ’49 
Thomas E. Washburn ’80 and Lauri McGrew Washburn ’78

In memory of Rodger E. Mendenhall ’52 
Allied Integrated Marketing 
Robert and Patricia Brittain 
Carollyn Ferguson Espinoza 
Kathi P. and Daniel G. Foraker ’73 
Norah and Daniel J. Foraker ’01 
T. Chase Graham ’07 and Margaret Foraker Graham ’08 
Roger and Elizabeth Kalter 
Gay F. McIntire 
Lucas and Ann Foraker Nicely ’03 
Daniel and Gloria Pursell 
Jill Settle 
Carolyn Sloss 
Lynne A. and James R. Zoller ’70

In memory of Carl B. Mercer ’50 
Emma J. Mercer

In memory of Dr. John R. Michel 
Anonymous Donor 
4H Space Adventure Camp 
Gwen and George J. Banziger Jr. 
Christina E. Baretta 
Sandra and George R. Bateman ’63 
Neil Bernstein 
John Bowman 
Ann E. Bragg 
William A. Coniglio ’05 
Cheryl A. Cook 
W.D. Cress ’62 and Barbara McCollough Cress ’05 
Fred R. Crock 
Michael and Diana Lenzner Cunningham ’02 
Edward C. and Amy Daub 
John R. Douglass ’74 and Babetta Maffei Douglass ’75 
Debra S. Egolf 
Steven J. Feldmaier 
David C. Freeman ’82 and Veronica Trigg Freeman ’06 
Carol Fusco Garoza ’92 
Stan and Paula Gudder 
G. Whitmore and Carole Wylie Hancock ’75 
Cheryl Ecker Hohman ’70 and William H. Hohman 
John and Janice Holte 
Anthony and Julie Keefer 
Janet I. Kessler 
Megan Liller Krivchenia ’69 
Thomas L. LaFramboise 
Lynn McMains Lowe ’68 
Margaret A. MacDonald 
Earl and Rosina Maize 
Beth A. McHugh 
Andrew J. Michel 
The Michel Family 
Mark A. and Heather Miller 
James A. Murtha ’60 
Jean R. Nuss 
Thomas and Vivian O’Connor 
Mabry M. and James H. O’Donnell III 
Edward H. and Karen A. Osborne 
Roger H. Pitasky 
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