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Letter from the Interim President

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Letter from the Executive Director

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Campaign Update

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A League of Their Own A local nonprofit sponsors scholarships for women

12 Honoring Bob Burchard A new scholarship is named in honor of Columbia College’s athletic director 14 Helping the Humanities Columbia College celebrates 162 years — and a major gift donation 16

Farming the Future MFA supports higher education for Missouri students

18 Making History Justin Williams evolves from history student to history professor 20 A Culture of Discovery Brouder Science Center enhances student learning 25

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Honor Roll

26 President’s Society

30 St. Clair Society

34 1851 Society

43 Silver & Navy Club

45 Stars & Stripes

46 Cougar Club 47 Loyal Contributor

51 Alumni by Class Years

58 Tribute 60 Businesses, Churches, Foundations, Organizations 61 Scholarships & Awards 79 Volunteer

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President’s Letter Dr. Terry B. Smith

It has been my pleasure to serve as your executive vice president and dean for Academic Affairs since 1996, and I am honored to be interim president in 2013–14. Dr. Brouder’s legacy is remarkable, firm — and a challenge to us all. His legacy is remarkable because few, if any, of America’s private colleges have experienced such qualitative and quantitative growth in the past 18 years. His legacy is firm because the culture of civility, respect and integrity suffuses the college and its people. His legacy is a challenge because Dr. Brouder has set the bar high. The board of trustees and he launched and championed the Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign. The Gerald T. and Bonnie M. Brouder Science Center

is the pièce de résistance of the Campaign; all gifts for all purposes are being put to good use. I have served on the Campaign Steering Committee from the beginning and can attest to the commitment of the volunteers who give their time, talent and treasure to ensure the Campaign is successful. I am delighted that in September, the Campaign surpassed the goal of $10 million with a current total of $10.4 million. Our efforts to seek philanthropic partners will continue through next year, culminating in a Campaign Celebration scheduled for Sept. 25, 2014, at the annual President’s Society dinner. The success of the Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign has served as a springboard for a new era of philanthropy at Columbia College. You have been instrumental in our success and will continue to be. I am grateful to each of our contributors for their commitment and investment. But the needs are many, and the competition for philanthropic giving is fierce. Many of us love the college, but we also love our children, our church and other servant organizations – the list is long. I support the Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign because our students benefit directly and because the college’s needs are real. I also support the Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign to honor Dr. Brouder’s legacy.

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Executive Director’s Letter Michael Kateman

I’m fascinated by the literal Latin translation for alma mater — nourishing mother — and that it has become the description for where a person attends school. After 25 years in higher education alumni and development work, I’ve seen a lot of folks who have a meaningful, lifelong relationship with their alma mater much like a mother-child relationship. Just this past summer, one such relationship deeply touched my soul. Marilyn Henderson Robbins graduated from Christian College in 1943 along with Trustee Emerita Peggy Price. They have been lifelong friends and shared many alumnae experiences with their alma mater through the years. Marilyn was the inaugural performer in the CCAA’s Alumni Concert Series in 2003. That day, she performed several of her original pieces at the piano and accompanied the Jane Froman Singers as Columbia College music instructor Nollie Moore conducted. In June, Marilyn’s daughter Meredith called me to say that her mother’s health was failing rapidly, and she really wanted to visit with Nollie and me one last time. Meredith said the family had always wanted to create a scholarship to honor Marilyn and felt they couldn’t wait any longer. We brainstormed ways to set up a scholarship and as the discussion continued, I realized Marilyn needed peace in her final days. The peace was only going to come when she knew her original musical compositions were going to have a permanent home at her alma mater. You see, as a composer, Marilyn’s music was much like one of her children. We had discussed it several times through the years. She needed to know her music would be all right after she was gone, just as she knew her two daughters and her grandchildren were going to be all right. Nollie and I arrived at Marilyn’s care facility on a beautiful, sunshiny June afternoon accompanied by

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Nollie Moore, Marilyn Henderson Robbins ’43, and Michael Kateman during a visit in June 2013 at her care facility.

Meredith and Marsha, Marilyn’s other daughter. As always, Marilyn was dressed to the nines! She greeted us with a hug and kisses, and also tears. I could tell she was so relieved to see us. We talked. We laughed. We enjoyed being together. Our conversation was about her days at Christian College, her love of music and watching people’s lives change because of it. When I told her about the Marilyn Henderson Robbins ’43 Music Award, she cried tears of joy and appreciation. Nollie told her we had a permanent home for her original musical compositions in our Columbia College archives and said he would sing her patriotic piece at the college’s Military Appreciation Day. A sense of calm and peacefulness enveloped all of us as Nollie shared this news with her. She asked if she and Nollie could perform together that afternoon. We went into the parlor where several other residents were playing bingo. They suspended their game for the performance. Marilyn rose from her wheelchair, removed the oxygen line and shared with her audience that Nollie was the musical director at her alma mater and was joining her today to perform

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the hymn, “In the Garden.” She spoke of her time in Jerusalem when she was able to quietly visit the Garden of Gethsemane. She then sat at the piano and began to play the most melodious arrangement of the classic hymn I’ve ever heard. Nollie sang beautifully. The audience was hushed by the music and enthusiastically applauded when Marilyn hit the last note. It was a perfect moment. As Nollie and I returned to campus that day, we talked about the deep spiritual impact the visit had on us both. It was like nothing we’d experienced before. Nollie identified sophomore Jordan Nigus as the first recipient of Marilyn’s scholarship later that afternoon. We sent Marilyn a photograph of him the next day. Her grandson, Columbia College alumnus Jacob Black ’05, told us she just couldn’t stop looking at it after it arrived. A week after our visit, Marilyn passed away. Meredith and Marsha told us the visit from her alma mater gave Marilyn the peace and assurance she needed to say goodbye. This is the power of your alma mater, your nourishing mother. Never underestimate it. Embrace it. Enjoy it. Thank you to the many philanthropists and volunteers who help make this college so special. I celebrate each of you this year in honor of your sister, Marilyn Henderson Robbins ’43.

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The Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign has raised $10.4 million of its $10 million goal to date. The Campaign identifies five areas of support: the sciences, arts and humanities, business, adult higher education and athletics. These leadership gifts and grants from individuals, businesses and foundations renew and strengthen education for students today and for generations of students to come.

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December 2008 $150,000 from Kay Sells ’38 and O.V. Sells to the Brouder Science Center

April 2009 $500,000 lead gift to the science center from Mary Agnes Starr McQuinn ’54 and Al McQuinn was made in 2005 and announced years later

January 2010 $250,000 gift for the science center from Web Bixby ’82, Columbia College trustee and Tradition Meets Tomorrow National Campaign steering committee chair, and the J.B. Reynolds Foundation

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May 2010 $100,000 gift from George Ousley Jr. ’78 and Gayleen Ousley to establish an endowed scholarship fund to help veterans pay for school when military assistance runs out or expires September 2010 $112,000 gift from the Columbia College Administrative Council, composed of the college’s senior leadership October 2010 $200,000 from Gene and Fran Koepke to establish the Koepke Fitness Center; Fran Koepke’s father was Trustee Emeritus J.W. “Stan” Stafford

April 2010 $100,000 gift to the science center and the Boone County Endowed Scholarship from Boone County National Bank

January 2011 $100,000 gift to the science center from Gary Drewing Sr., Columbia College trustee; son is Gary Drewing Jr. ’99

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September 2012 $500,000 from Steve Fishman ’74, Columbia College trustee; Barbara Balyeat Fishman ’74; and Big Lots, Inc., to establish the Fishman Center for Entrepreneuership; daughter is Jessica Fishman Samuels ’05

April 2011 $100,000 gift to the science center from Judy Cunningham ’64, Columbia College trustee

September 2011 $813,000 from Jim D. Morris in property for a new Columbia College-Rolla campus in Rolla West, the city’s primary development zone

October 2011 $110,000 from the William T. Kemper Foundation and Commerce Bank for the nursing program to purchase cutting-edge health care teaching technology

January 2013 $572,000 from M.J. Walther Donnelly ’43 will endow English scholarships in her name • See the story on page 14

March 2013 $100,000 gift from the MFA Foundation will create scholarships for Missouri students to attend Columbia College and provide support to the sciences • See the story on page 16

October 2011 $100,000 from George Hulett, Columbia College trustee, and his wife, Jeanne, to provide scholarships in criminal justice

January 2012 $100,000 to the science center from John A. Schiffman, who served on the board of trustees for 20 years

May 2012 $150,000 from Barnes & Noble College Booksellers. Barnes & Noble has had a bookstore at Columbia College since 1985; the bookstore is currently in the AtkinsHolman Student Commons May 2012 $122,000 from Kay Calhoun ’70 to the Michael W. Calhoun Memorial Fund for student retention

May 2013 $200,000 from the Assistance League of Mid-Missouri to help non-traditional female students through the Assisting Women’s Achievement Scholarship • See the story on page 10

September 2013 Estate gift to the science center from Jolene Marra Schulz ’61, Columbia College trustee, and her husband, Bill Schulz

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A League of Their Own A local nonprofit sponsors scholarships for women By Whitney Dreier

The Assistance League of Mid-Missouri contributes passionately to the Columbia community. The nonprofit provides emergency room survivor kits to victims of sexual assault; it donates books to preschoolers; it even operates a thrift store that sells quality clothing and accessories. Although Columbia College students might have taken advantage of these – and other – resources, there is one ALMM resource that directly affects the school’s female population. The Assisting Women’s Achievement Scholarship provides tuition assistance for nontraditional female Columbia College students 25 and older. The thinking behind the scholarship is that a college degree improves employment opportunities and security for women. “I know that every dollar we work so hard to make through our resource development programs and Upscale Resale store sales translates directly into assistance for women and children in Columbia,” says former president Sue Finlay, who has been a member volunteer of ALMM for 11 years. “That is important to me — that our assistance stays local — and helps our neighbors.”

What is the Assistance League? •  The Assistance League of Mid-Missouri is the 90th of 120 chapters in the Assistance League nationwide network. The first Assistance League chapter was formed in 1919 in Southern California, in response to families impacted by WWI, and ALMM grew out of that effort. Chartered in 1994, the mid-Missouri organization is now 19 years old. • The Assistance League has 26,000 member volunteers who give 2.6 million service hours, return $36 million to local communities and assist 1.2 million people in need.

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Approximately 10 women are selected each year to receive scholarship money. More than $125,000 has been awarded to 69 deserving adult female students since 2005. Each student also receives a mentor from the Assistance League. “As treasurer and as president, I’ve had the opportunity to meet the people who have been helped by our programs,” Finlay says. “That is a very good feeling — to know the person who has received the scholarship, or the parent whose child has just received a new set of clothes, or the teacher who has just received a Links to Learning teaching grant to enrich their school classroom.” On May 3, 2013, Columbia College celebrated the Assistance League’s $200,000 gift, which will help continue to provide support for the Assisting Women’s Achievement Scholarship. The Assistance League has a room named after the organization in the science center in honor of its generosity. Finlay says supporting Columbia College is important because the goals of the organizations align. “The population of the school closely matches those we assist,” Finlay says. “With our goal of helping women and the college’s education of adult female students, ALMM and Columbia College make great partners.” Right: Assistance League members, in the Upscale Resale back room, work to help the Columbia community through a store that provides support for women and children. A scholarship for adult female students directly affects Columbia College students. Back row, from left to right: Donna Buchert, Carol Hurt ’89, Sondra Flaker, Rosemary Christensen ’00 and Sharon Ginsburg. Front row, from left to right: Jan Mees, Susan Brooks, Barbara Mayer and Jolene Schulz ’61.

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Honoring Bob Burchard A new scholarship is named in honor of Columbia College’s athletic director By Whitney Dreier

More than 100 people filled the lobby of Boone County National Bank on Oct. 18, 2012, to surprise head men’s basketball coach and athletic director Bob Burchard with the announcement of a scholarship named in his honor. Some guests even wore cardboard mustaches as a tribute to Burchard’s famous ’stache. “Some people claim athletics is the window or the front door to a college,” said Burchard, who was truly surprised that $111,000 of the $125,000 fundraising goal had already been raised at the time of the announcement. “I’m living proof that athletics rides the wave of an amazing place; this wave has been going for a long while, and a guy like me sits on that wave as long as he can. It’s been one heck of a ride!” Greg Johnston, president of Johnston and Associates, Inc., a Jefferson City-based governmental consulting firm, was among the donors who contributed to the Bob Burchard Celebration of Excellence scholarship, which supports student athletes and the athletic department. Johnston was among Burchard’s first high school recruits. “But my freshman year was difficult,” he remembers. “I suffered a career-ending knee injury the first week of college and later that year lost my mother to cancer.” But despite the fact that he never played, Burchard chose to honor Johnston’s scholarship that year. “He encouraged me to stay in school, and he worked to find replacement scholarships to make that possible,” says Johnston, who earned a history degree in 1991. “Bob’s commitment to me is characteristic of his dedication to Columbia College and all his student athletes. The Burchard Scholarship honors his 25 year commitment to the college and will ensure future student athletes will have the opportunity to benefit from the environment of excellence fostered by Coach Burchard.”

Bob Burchard’s Career Highlights • 632-226 (.737) overall record • AMC Coach of the Year eight times • Cougars have qualified for the NAIA National Championship 17 times in the past 19 seasons • 2009 NAIA national runner-up finish • Received the NABC Guardians of the Game Pillar Award at the 2010 NCAA Final Four • 2012 NAIA Hall of Fame inductee • Guided team to the college’s first undefeated regular season in 2012-13 • 2013 Missouri Hall of Fame inductee

Other lead donors include: Gene Koepke, Robert and Connie Pugh, Web Bixby, Skip and Daisy Grossnickle and the Insurance Group, Kathi and L’Mont Betz and Boone County National Bank

Left: Bob Burchard and his wife, Faye Burchard, celebrate the surprise scholarship announcement.

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Helping the Humanities Columbia College celebrates 162 years — and a major gift donation By Whitney Dreier

On Jan. 18, 1851, Christian Female College received its charter from the Missouri Legislature, making it the first women’s college west of the Mississippi River to be chartered by a state legislature. Columbia College faculty, staff and students gathered in Dorsey Gym to applaud the school’s history and continued success on Jan. 17, 2013. Dr. Gerald Brouder, Dr. Terry Smith, Dr. Brad Lookingbill and Nollie Moore were among those presenting at the 162nd Charter Day event. After Brouder provided his annual lecture about Columbia College and the world 150 years ago, he made a major gift announcement: M.J. Walther Donnelly ’43 had given $572,000 to the Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign. Donnelly’s gift, which is one of the M.J. Walther Donnelly largest in college history, will endow scholarships in her name, providing additional financial support to English majors, and support the construction of the new science building. “I am honored to recognize the significant, continued support of M.J. Walther Donnelly,” Brouder says. “This gift reflects her passion for education, which will support our core mission of teaching and thus prepare students to have a meaningful impact on their communities for decades to come.” Originally from Ohio, Donnelly attended Christian College in 1941. “The minute I saw Christian College, it is where I knew I wanted to start my college education,” she says. During her undergraduate career, Donnelly became somewhat of a fixture on campus, where she excelled in the classroom, led multiple student organizations and served as the yearbook editor. “The

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dean made it clear I needed to do superbly at Christian College if I wanted to continue my education at an eastern college,” she remembers. “I did learn a lot in my time at the college, and I continue to keep learning and will do so the rest of my life.” After graduation, Donnelly furthered her education at Barnard College, Columbia University and the University of Dayton. Donnelly, who currently resides in Nokomis, Fla., and Republic, Mich., continues to serve Columbia College as a volunteer, assisting the college with fundraising and recruitment efforts. “Columbia (Christian) College made me realize my potential,” Donnelly says. “This is why I want my philanthropy to support the college, so others might realize the potential they possess.” In return for her generosity, Donnelly’s name will live on in the M.J. Walther Donnelly ’43 Lookout Conference Room in the new science building, which opened in August 2013. Across campus, liberal arts scholars will benefit from the M.J. Walther Donnelly ’43 Scholarship, which will be awarded to English students. “I was so delighted to learn that our English program will receive a significant gift for student scholarships,” says Christina Ingoglia, assistant professor of English and creative writing. “Thanks to Ms. Donnelly’s generosity, we hope to attract top English students from across the country to our small but vibrant program.”

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Farming the Future MFA supports higher education for Missouri students

Throughout the company’s long history, leaders at MFA have understood the importance of education. In 1958, MFA Incorporated, along with MFA Oil and affiliated MFA agencies established the MFA Foundation, a nonprofit, philanthropic organization that primarily supports educational activities. Since the foundation’s inception, it has provided more than $13 million worth of scholarships to more than 10,000 students, including many who attend Columbia College. MFA is a Midwestern farm-supply and marketing cooperative founded in 1914 by a group of seven farmers. In its 100 years of operation, MFA has helped shape agriculture in the Midwest, providing the latest agricultural products and services to its member owners, all in the effort to help the individual farmer prosper. MFA serves more than 45,000 farmers in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Oklahoma and Arkansas. For more than 75 years, the MFA Foundation has encouraged the pursuit of higher education at Columbia College, giving more than $188,000 in scholarships and gifts over time. On March 22, Columbia College celebrated a gift of $100,000 to the Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign. The gift will create the MFA Scholars Program, which will provide scholarships for students from Missouri who hope to attend Columbia College. While college scholarships are the primary undertaking of the MFA Foundation, the foundation occasionally funds worthwhile projects consistent with its original purpose of providing educational opportunities for youth. Included in these programs are: Missouri 4-H Foundation, Missouri FFA Association and the Missouri Young Farmers/Young Farm Wives Association. In recognition of its gifts to the college, the MFA Foundation received a named classroom on the main level of the new science building. Left: Carol Winkler ’93, Columbia College trustee and MFA retirement plan administrator, Dr. Gerald T. Brouder and Bill Streeter, MFA Incorporated president and CEO, stand in the Atkins-Holman Student Commons after the gift announcement.

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Making History Justin Williams evolves from history student to history professor By Whitney Dreier

Justin Williams ’05 was an 18-year-old high school student when he attended Scholarship Day on the main campus in 2002. “I immediately got a sense of the college’s strengths,” says the Kansas City native. “It was immediately clear to me that this was a place with great faculty, intimate atmosphere and upward trajectory.” Williams set out to major in history and minor in political science — a decision that was influenced in part by meeting history professor Dr. Brad Lookingbill on Scholarship Day. “From my first conversation with Justin, I noticed that he asked thoughtful questions regarding history as both a discipline and a profession,” Lookingbill remembers. “What was particularly striking about him as a student in my classes was his exceptional ability to understand and to communicate big ideas.” Whether discussing Custer’s blunders at Little Bighorn or Outkast’s lyrics in “Bombs over Baghdad,” the two shared a love for history that Williams carried with him to Stony Brook University, where he earned both a master’s degree and Ph.D. in modern African history. “As a history major, Columbia College laid the foundation for me to start my studies and really did a

great job of preparing me for graduate school,” Williams says. “I felt much more prepared than many of my classmates who did their undergraduate work at large public universities.” Williams currently lives in New York City, where he works as an assistant professor of history at CUNYCity College. “I was the first person in my family to graduate from college; now I teach college students,” says Williams, who has made a gift to Columbia College every year since his graduation and is a member of the 1851 Society, which recognizes contributors who make gifts within the fiscal year. “Needless to say, Columbia College made a huge impact on my life; if my donations help the school change another person’s life as it did mine, it’s more than worth it.”

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A Culture of Discovery Brouder Science Center enhances student learning By Celia Darrough

In Gerald T. Brouder’s 1995 inaugural address, he listed deepening and strengthening the sciences as one of his main priorities for his presidency. Eighteen years later, his goal culminated in the opening of a science building on the first day of classes. To honor his and Mrs. Brouder’s legacy at Columbia College, the building was named the Gerald T. and Bonnie M. Brouder Science Center and dedicated Sept. 26. At the dedication, the college announced and celebrated a transformational gift from Bill and Jolene Schulz, only the second at this level in the history of the college. The new building was funded through a partnership between Columbia College’s financial resources and the philanthropic efforts of the Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign. Contributions from Columbia College leaders, volunteers, friends and alumni have supported the Campaign in raising $10.4 million of its $10 million goal to date. Proceeds from the personalized engraved bricks at the building’s entrance also went toward the Campaign. The new building is an addition to the main campus that greatly benefits the science department, says Dr. Frank Somer, chair of the physical and biological sciences department.

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The extra space could not have come soon enough. Previously, many science classes were taught in Robnett-Spence Hall, and the nursing program was based in Federal Hall in downtown Columbia. The new science center allows every science and nursing faculty member to be located in one area. Biology, chemistry, environmental science, forensic science and nursing are all based in the building. There are multiple labs for each subject and dedicated rooms for storage and preparation. MacKenzie Booth, a senior majoring in chemistry who has received science scholarships and awards, plans to attend medical school after graduating from Columbia College. Her gratitude for this new building is palpable. “I think Columbia College should be proud of our alumni, and the building is a testament of that support. Without them taking part in committees and donating to the cause, the science building would not be possible. I hope the building inspires future alumni to give back.”

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Named for Mary Agnes Starr McQuinn ’54 A brightly lit two-story atrium incorporates large glass panes to brighten the interior of the environmentally friendly building and help facilitate learning. Students can study in the area, which is home to a large lecture hall and connects the two distinct wings of the contemporary-yet-traditional building. Mary Agnes Starr McQuinn ’54 and Al McQuinn gave a lead gift of $500,000 that launched the Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign.

Inscribed bricks representing donors form the Columbia College Faculty and Staff Plaza that welcomes visitors to the building. Each brick features up to three lines of text and represents contributors, such as alumni, faculty and staff members, departments and the campus community.

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2. The lecture hall

Named for Walter “Web” Bixby ’82 Accentuated by dark cherry wood shipped from Holland, the 126-seat lecture hall features theater-style seats with fold-up desk tablets. Walter “Web” Bixby ’82 is a member of the board of trustees and serves as the Tradition Meets Tomorrow National Campaign steering committee chair.

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Named for Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 A commons area downstairs connects the wings and allows students to gather and study. Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 is a Christian College graduate and a member of the Columbia College Board of Trustees. Her husband, Bill Schulz, is president of Culligan Water Conditioning and Bottled Water of Central Missouri. George W. Hulett and Jeanne C. Hulett Crime Simulation Lab The crime simulation laboratory is nestled off the commons area. In the room, students can study blood stains and more in a recreated crime scene and then open a moveable wall to walk into the forensic science classroom to discuss their findings. George W. Hulett became a trustee in 2009. He and his wife, Jeanne, have supported the college in various ways, including through criminal justice scholarships.

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The west wing has 18 faculty offices and five 40-person classrooms with technology such as data projectors and SMART Boards. An interactive nursing classroom is built to telecast to the Lake of the Ozarks campus. Downstairs in the William T. Kemper Foundation and Commerce Bank Nursing Skills Lab, students practice working in a hospital-like environment.

The 100 percent laboratory wing houses general and advanced labs that are designed according to department specifications. Biology labs have seated tables, while chemistry labs have standing tables so students can easily move out of the way in case of a chemical spill. There are also labs designated for a specific area, such as organic chemistry. All labs have their own prep and storage room.

A 12-foot sculpture begins the path to the entrance of the brick and limestone building. Made from stainless steel tubing, a DNA molecule sits atop a black granite trapezoid base. The piece was commissioned by the board of trustees and created by Larry Young ’76 to represent the building and ultimately, the Brouders’ legacy.

West lower-level corridor The lower-level corridor in the west wing is named for Jerry Daugherty, a trustee since 1989, and his wife, Mary. They own Reinhardt Construction, the company contracted for the construction of the building. Grossnickle Family Nursing Simulation Lab In nursing simulation rooms, students practice treating SimMan, a simulated patient funded by the Kemper Foundation and Commerce Bank that can breathe, move and talk as instructors manipulate it from a control room and watch how students react. The Grossnickle family includes Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66, her husband Gary “Skip” Grossnickle, and their two daughters, Gayla Grossnickle Miller ’90 and Sarah Grossnickle Swindle ’96.

North lower-level corridor The lower-level corridor in the north wing is named for Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66, chair of the Columbia College Board of Trustees. She has been a member of the board since 1982. Gary R. Drewing Advanced Chemistry Lab Advanced chemistry laboratories feature modern equipment, seat 16 students and, like many of the labs, have both SMART Boards and whiteboards that slide to accommodate the need for technology or traditional tools. Gary Drewing has been a trustee since 1999, the same year his son Gary Jr. graduated from Columbia College with a bachelor’s degree.

Environment There are many measures in place to ensure the building is environmentally friendly. The lights are on a motion sensor, the building uses reclaimed heat, and top-notch insulation prevents heat loss and gain, says Bob Hutton, the executive director for Administrative Services.

Safety The labs feature emergency showers and 100 percent turnover air ventilation for safety. No returning air enters the laboratories — it is sucked out and replaced with fresh air through both the ventilation system and fume hoods on the wall, which is better for everyone’s health, says Dr. Frank Somer, chair of the physical and biological sciences department.

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A goal realized

The Brouder Science Center was envisioned, planned and completed by the 16th president of Columbia College. With the help of alumni, trustees, faculty, staff and students, students’ learning experiences are enriched by this unique building. Plus, the commitment the college and the college community has to the sciences is recognized with just a glance at the building, the manifestation of Dr. Brouder’s 1995 speech. The Brouder Science Center is located on the main campus off Rangeline Street between Stafford Library and the Owens Soccer Stadium.

By the numbers • 53,033 square feet • 2 stories • 126-seat auditorium • 5 general laboratories that hold 24 students each • 8 advanced laboratories that hold 16 students each

• 5 additional classrooms • 18 faculty offices • 12-foot sculpture of a DNA molecule • 45 donor-named spaces • 169 engraved bricks purchased

Named spaces

With appreciation to generous contributors whose donations helped make these named spaces possible. • Gerald T. and Bonnie M. Brouder Science Center • Columbia College Faculty and Staff Plaza • Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 Commons • Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66 Wing • Boone County National Bank Student Study • Robert W. and Nancy Maupin Field Equipment Room • Jerry D. and Mary Daugherty Wing • George W. Hulett and Jeanne C. Hulett Crime Simulation Lab

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• Joe R. Smith MD Office •  Karen Cavanah Hollen ’57 Physical Science Prep Room • Kay Jacobs Sells ’38 and O.V. Sells Biology Instrumentation Lab • Margaret Benson Matson ’32 and Frederick Matson Anatomy Prep Room • Barnes & Noble College Classroom •  John A. Schiffman Hon. ’04 CCNN Classroom • Georgia Kateman R.N. Nursing Simulation Lab • Grossnickle Family Nursing Simulation Lab • Scotten Family Nursing Lab Office • William T. Kemper Foundation and Commerce Bank Nursing Skills Lab • Columbia College Administrative Council Foyer

• Anita Abbott Timmons ’58 Foyer • Mary Agnes Starr McQuinn ’54 Atrium • Assistance League of MidMissouri Student Study • Web Bixby Lecture Hall • Mark A. and Joan Foreman Chemistry Research Room • Gary R. Drewing Advanced Chemistry Lab • Judith A. Cunningham ’64 Chemistry Instrumentation Room • First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) Biology Lab • Florence Larsh ’49 Advanced Chemistry Lab • Vera Jacobs Coats ’47 and Russell Coats Conference Room • MFA Foundation Classroom • Janet Carter Wright ’58 and Marvin E. Wright Faculty Workroom • M. J. Walther Donnelly ’43 Lookout Conference Room • Jane Canedy Crow ’57 (In Memory of Dr. Esther Wagner Stearn) Office

• D  r. Sandra Bruce Nichols ’80 Office • Dennis M. Grev Office • Dr. and Mrs. Terry B. Smith honoring Dr. Gerald T. Brouder, MSN, RN and Bonnie M. Brouder, RN Nurse Faculty Office • Machens Family Office • Kevin and Amy Sprouse, IMMVAC Inc. Office • Sarah Grossnickle Swindle ’96 and Jason Swindle Office • Betty Allen Braham ’42 Office • Carolyn Duley Dodd ’46 and Stanley Dodd Jr. Nurse Reception Office • R. Marvin Owens Hon. ’03 and Virginia Harmon Owens ’40 Office • Jack B. Barnhouse Memorial Office • Betti Friedel Saunders ’42 Office • Jane Keithley Parham ’36 Office • Rich and Betty Montgomery Office

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Financials Tuition and fees, net

%

Day campus 7,802,000 8.1% Non-traditional Program 26,116,000 27.1% Online Campus 57,569,000 59.9% Graduate Studies 4,712,000 4.9% Total 96,199,000 100.0%

Equity (in millions) Unrestricted 188.9 92.2% Temporarily Restricted 5.2 2.6% Permanently Restricted 10.6 5.2% Total 204.7 100.0% Revenues 110,055,000 Expenditures -88,381,000 Total Revenue over expenditures

21,674,000

Revenues Tuition and Fees 96,199,000 Gifts and Grants 2,633,000 Other 11,223,000 Total Revenue 110,055,000

Expenditures Instructional 53,607,000 Academic Support 3,931,000 Student Services 13,662,000 Institutional Support 13,441,000 Auxiliary Services 3,740,000 Total Expenses 88,381,000

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Rogers Gate Circle $1,000,000+ Ira G. Hubbell MD and Gail Hubbell John A. Schiffman Jr. Hon. ’04

Ivy Chain Circle $500,000–$999,999 Thomas E. Atkins III Hon. ’99 and Linda Holman Atkins ’54 Steven S. Fishman ’74 and Barbara Balyeat Fishman ’74 Mary A. Lee Mary Agnes Starr McQuinn ’54 and Al McQuinn Jim D. and Catherine Morris Dorsey Chapel Circle $250,000–$499,999 Walter E. Bixby III ’82 and Tracy Bixby Judith A. Cunningham ’64 George W. Hulett Jr. and Jeanne Hulett Gene Koepke Florence Larsh ’49 Charter Circle $100,000–$249,999 Tom S. Bass Sara Winkler Botts ’41 and Van R. Botts Jr. Delsie “Kay” Cruce Calhoun ’70 Barbara Satterfield Camp ’65 and Bradley Camp Vera Jacobs Coats ’47 and Russell Coats Reinhardt Construction Co. / Jerry D. and Mary Daugherty M.J. Walther Donnelly ’43 Gary R. Drewing Sr. Mark A. and Joan Foreman Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66 and Skip E. Grossnickle Ann Walton Kroenke ’68 and E. Stan Kroenke George H. Ousley Jr. ’78 and Gayleen Ousley Peggy Lamke Price ’43 Kay Jacobs Sells ’38 and O. V. Sells Yu F. Wang Henry J. Waters III and Vicki Russell

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Founders Circle $50,000–$99,999 Edgar I. Ailor MD and Susan Kay Ailor MD L’Mont and Kathi Betz Betty Allen Braham ’42 Gerald T. Brouder Hon. ’13 PhD and Bonnie Brouder Hon. ’13 J. Fletcher Burge DDS and Gloria Burge Carol L. Coffman ’74 Shelley E. Dale ’69 James C. Denninghoff MD and Lucille Salerno PhD John A. and Nancy Dillingham Brad and Kristin Eiffert Jerry D. Kennett MD and Michele Kennett Ida Spradling Locarni ’50 Helen Black Maupin ’45 Robert W. and Nancy Maupin Richard G. Miller R. Marvin Owens Hon. ’03 and Virginia Harmon Owens ’40 William A. and Karen Pragman Robert and Connie Pugh Donald B. Ruthenberg Hon. ’95 PhD and Janet E. Ruthenberg Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 and Bill Schulz Michael Szewczyk MD and Susan Zurowski MD Geraldine Harris Wade ’53

Trustees Circle $25,000–$49,999 Mark A. Baisley ’93 and Mary Ann Baisley Lynne Stuver Baker ’64 and Douglas L. Baker Robert P. and Faye C. Burchard Lisa G. Bynum Carolyn Duley Dodd ’46 and W. Stanley Dodd Jr. Mark Heister Lynn and Patricia Hostetler Greg N. Johnston ’91 and Patricia Churchill Stephen and Wendy Knorr Don L. and Betty J. Landers

Patricia Sadler Lensmeyer ’90 and Bernie Lensmeyer Richard and Nancy Liebman Marcia Bunten Machens ’96 and David A. Machens Richard L. and Betty Montgomery Diane Berry O’Hagan ’59 and David C. O’Hagan Kevin J. and Linda Palmer Mary Jane Potrafka ’56 and Richard D. Potrafka Col. Mike Randerson USAF Ret. and Carole Randerson Genie Banks Rogers Dorothy E. Rupp Betti Friedel Saunders ’42 Daniel L. and Sandy Scotten Dale Coe Simons ’65 and James K. Simons DDS Patrick A. Smith MD and Karen D. Smith Terry B. Smith PhD and Jane Smith Marlys Enabnit Thedinger ’47 and Robert Thedinger Anita Abbott Timmons ’58 and James D. Timmons B. D. Van Stavern Billie J. Wanink ’65 Janet Carter Wright ’58 and Marvin E. Wright

Ivy and Oak Circle $10,000–$24,999 Alan L. Atterbury Louise Leebrick Atterbury ’38 Nancy Wright Banks ’55 Paulina Huling Batterson Hon. ’96 Dorothy Molzahn Bennett ’46 Penelope C. Braun William R. Brown and Joanna Todd Brown Edwin A. Burchard Melissa Montgomery Carberry ’06 and Joseph Carberry Thomas O. and Penelope S. Cason Mary Matteson Cederberg ’46 MD and William C. Cederberg Linda Claycomb Katrina Harry Cochran ’68 PhD and Norm Cochran Gwendolyn Crane Cockrell ’58 and George F. Cockrell Tonia M. Compton ’99 PhD Jane Canedy Crow ’57

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Eric R. Cunningham PhD and Allyson M. Presley Wilton J. Daniel Jr. Frances C. Dittrich ’63 Tery L. and Cecelia Donelson Joseph P. Dubinski ’96 Paul Pallanich and L. Novelle Dunathan PhD Terry and Vicki L. Dunscombe Martha Eberhard ’00 and Dale Eberhard William D. and Linda Eckhoff James W. Elliott DDS and Judy Elliott Judith Carter Ely ’62 and Lt. Col. Douglas C. Ely Ret. Arlin F. Epperson PhD and Mary Epperson Chip Estabrooks and Julie K. Estabrooks PhD Jonathan Ford Bo M. and Terry Fraser Robert W. and Karen J. Fry Charles G. and Jean Gibbens Patricia Bowman Gibbs ’47 David L. and Linda Gillilan Dennis M. and Elaine T. Grev James Hardin Jr. ’76 and Phyllis Whitesides Hardin ’57 ’75 Robert K. and Susan Hardwick Caroline J. Harr Althea M. Harris Richard E. Harris Thelma Helfant Solange Herter Rebecca Gross Highland ’89 and Thomas R. Highland MD David A. and Winifred B. Horner Helga S. Huang PhD June Viner Hurdle ’83 and Bob Hurdle Chris W. Hurley Linda Sublett Hutton ’69 and Robert C. Hutton James F. Infelt ’78 and Susan W. Infelt Darlene R. Johnson Beth Kane Michael Kateman Bruce B. Kelly PhD Barry R. Langford David T. Lee PhD Gustav J. Lehr Peggy Reed-Lohmeyer ’89 and Steve Lohmeyer William F. Mason Gary A. Massey ’85 PhD and René White Massey ’84 ’98 ’01 Carla McFarland Col. Charles E. McGee ’78 USAF Ret. John McGowan PhD and Ludmilla V. Westling Gayla Grossnickle Miller ’90 and Richard A. Miller

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Joseph R. Miller ’90 and Tammy L. Miller ’95 Kurt L. Miller PhD Lynn D. Mitchell MD and Marsha Mitchell Carol Connery Murdock ’69 H. Jerry Murrell MD and Beverly Murrell MD Helen Cates Neary ’38 Brenda Nicholls ’67 Sandra Bruce Nichols ’80 MD and Ronnie A. Nichols Wanda Northway James E. Oglesby Ellen Thompson Oldson ’38 and Norman P. Oldson Jane Keithley Parham ’36 Ellen Lohnes Paullin ’39 Gary R. Pfau Joseph Pickl Jr. and Ruth E. Pickl Kenneth C. and Sharon M. Pike Paul O. and Barbara Poehlein Gregory and Lana L. Poole Sanjeev Ravipudi MD and Shelley Ravipudi Peggy Gibson Regan ’44 and William W. Regan MD Matthew A. Richards ’96 and Merri Kingston Richards ’97 N. A. and Susan Rieger James R. Ritter EdD and Kathy A. Ritter Beverly Colliflower Rolwing ’57 and Francis D. Rolwing Garth S. Russell MD and Jane Russell John L. and Juda P. Schell Joe R. Smith MD Kevin C. Sprouse ’04 and Amy Sprouse Ron Stallworth ’07 Jacquelyn Crane Stamper ’61 and George L. Stamper Marty M. Stedem ’92 and Jill Ross Stedem ’96 Helen G. Stewart Greg J. Stratman PhD and Teresa Stratman Dan J. and Andrea Stubler Dennis M. Suich MD and Cynthia Suich Sarah Grossnickle Swindle ’96 and Jason S. Swindle Terry Robinson Taylor ’92 Beverly Phillips Thomas ’92 and David O. Thomas Martha Stephens Toler ’46 Dona Lee C. Trotter Steven M. and Lisa Turner Audrey J. Walton Yu-cheng Wang Jill Maynard Ward ’50 and William H. Ward Llona Paul Weiss ’91 and Garry D. Weiss Deborah Hook Wheat ’68 W. R. Williams Jr. Barbara Windt ’48 Carol Winkler ’93 and Darrell Winkler Rev. Dr. John J. Yonker and Sarah Yonker

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In Memoriam Phyllis Miller Adams ’46 Erma T. Allton J. M. Allton Bertha A. Alyea James O. Alyea MD Margaret Angelo Betty Jacobs Aufranc ’45 Eugenia O. Banks Hartley G. Banks Jr. John B. Barnhouse Andrew J. Bass Jr. Mary Green Bates ’40 William H. Bates Walter E. Bixby Estelle Bradford James D. Braham Ernst Braun PhD Isabel Belcher Browning ���23 Virginia Freeman Buchroeder ’36 Gay Bumgarner James E. Bumgarner MD Jaime Alter Chase ’30 Robert A. Clark Jr. Archibald T. Clinkscales Virginia Fite Daniel ’63 Frances Thompson Dillingham ’29 Jay B. Dillingham Martha Brock Donigan ’30 Mary Doty Jean Dudley ’29 David W. Edwards Suzanne Croswhite Edwards ’46 Jessie Ellis PhD Evelyn Schrom Estes ’34 Susan Moberly Estill ’28 Vivian Sloan Fiske 1911 Ruth Fuchs Elizabeth Estes Gentry ’20 Mildred C. Hanebaum Charles Harr Barbara Harvey ’58 Dorothy Jacobs Hatfield ’41 Lucille Houghton Hatton ’32 Dorothy Hart Heinkel ’24 Esther O. Hepple Wanda Baker Holman ’49 Dora M. Johnson Harriet Johnson 1901 Mary Martin Kellett ’36 Frances Koepke

Glenna M. Kubach Mary Potter Kunkler ’27 Sarah Michell Landen ’38 Sidney Larson Hon. ’01 E. Desmond Lee Mary Stansifer Ligon ’21 Elizabeth Haynie Marshall ’26 Frederick Matson Margaret Benson Matson ’32 George C. Miller Helen Conley Miller 1898 Mary Keller Miller ’31 Ann Copeland Mize ’40 Willa Dill Moore ’30 Margaret Newton ’37 Lavinia Lenoir Nifong 1887 Mary I. Omer Herbert S. Parham Mary Banks Parry ’20 Lucille Dyer Porter ’22 Hazel Price 1909 James B. Price Bernice Christen Richardson ’22 David B. Rogers Althea Whitcraft Schiffman ’41 Don E. Schubert Elizabeth Toomey Seabrook ’42 Cecil Crawford Sears ’24 James M. Silvey B. D. Simon Jr. Mary Robertson Simon-Merideth ’48 Louise Cook Simpson ’27 Lois Southwell Singletary ’39 Queen Smith Mary Bruckmiller Spahr ’36 Mittie Robnett Spence 1904 Leta Jones Spencer ’28 J. W. Stafford Hon. ’04 Col. Charles S. Standley Jr. Harry H. Trice Sr. Dorothy Kincaid Turney ’35 Elizabeth Tatum Walter ’31 Helen Robson Walton ’39 James L. Walton Shirley Evans Ward ’37 Esther Ross Warren ’20 Herbert W. Watchinski ’76 Wilma McMaster Williams ’29 Virginia Kendall Young ’36

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St. Clair Society Honor Roll The St. Clair Society is named for Luella St. Clair-Moss, a true visionary and one of the first female college presidents in the United States. She served three terms as president of Christian College, the forerunner of Columbia College. The St. Clair Society honors individuals whose vision for and commitment to the future have led them to include the college in a charitable life income agreement or estate plan.

“The Burchard Scholarship honors his 25 year commitment to the college and will ensure future student athletes will have the opportunity to benefit from the environment of excellence fostered by Coach Burchard.” — Greg Johnston, a former high school recruit who contributed to the Bob Burchard Celebration of Excellence scholarship, page 13

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Mary C. Angelo Judith Nell Arni ’66 and Thomas J. Arni PhD Elizabeth B. Aull ’71 Karen Hockaday Avery ’57 Lynne Stuver Baker ’64 and Douglas L. Baker Grace Banholzer ’94 Col. Duane H. Bartrem ’76 USA Ret. Maryellen Justice Batt ’47 and Robert A. Batt Wayne L. Behymer and Jo Behymer PhD Dorothy Molzahn Bennett ’46 Sara Winkler Botts ’41 and Van R. Botts Jr. Betty Allen Braham ’42 Judith Tribble Brown ’59 William R. Brown and Joanna Todd Brown Cynthia A. Bulluck ’87 Melissa Montgomery Carberry ’06 and Joseph Carberry Neil A. Carr Patricia J. Chubb Lucile A. Church ’69 and Joseph R. Zuvanich Katrina Harry Cochran ’68 PhD and Norm Cochran Paula Jones Collins ’81 and Stephen E. Collins Betty Adams Crouch ’56 and William M. Crouch Jane Canedy Crow ’57 Genevieve Spelman Crowley ’47 and Virgil E. Crowley Donna Hines Cullen ’67 and John S. Cullen Judith A. Cunningham ’64 Patricia Keyser Custer ’47 and James L. Custer Richard G. Daly ’76 Frances C. Dittrich ’63 M.J. Walther Donnelly ’43 James C. Edwards ’74 James R. Ford ’72 and Paulette Sipp Ford ’73 Mark A. and Joan Foreman Sarah Medlen Fraley ’47 Brooke Baker George ’11 Marjorie Thomas Gutelius ’69 and Jay N. Gutelius Robert K. and Susan Hardwick Cheryl Ann Hardy PhD Dora Frances Wells Harness ’27 Caroline J. Harr Althea M. Harris Janet Jesaitis Hinshaw ’59 and Fred N. Hinshaw Edgar L. Hodge ’86 Karen Cavanah Hollen ’57 Rosemary Lester Horner ’50 PhD Melissa Berkemeier Howard ’72

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Ira G. Hubbell MD and Gail Hubbell Helen Roberson Hunter ’39 Linda Sublett Hutton ’69 and Robert C. Hutton J. Paul Jones Gene Koepke Barry R. Langford Raymond Lansford PhD Martha Alexander Laslie ’40 Mary A. Lee Gustav J. Lehr Joan Luttge ’50 Marvin A. Malone ’91 Susan Miller ’60 PhD and Ken Mannila Joy Schiffman Masterson ’65 James E. McNally ’77 Kurt L. Miller PhD Leafa Harris Miller ’61 Marcia Miller ’71 Carol Connery Murdock ’69 Constance Nichols ’05 and Bob Nichols Janet C. Nogle ’83 Paul M. Nydam ’85 USA Heather L. O’Brien Diane Berry O’Hagan ’59 and David C. O’Hagan Barbara Gibbs Ostmann ’69 and Wilfred C. Ostmann Patrick Overton PhD and Lindi F. Overton PhD Jane Peterson Janet Glenski Peterson ’79 and Robert W. Peterson Gary R. Pfau Penny Pitman ’65 Calvin S. Posner ’76 EdD Albert M. and Margaret J. Price Joe Reardon ’93 and Kim Reardon Donald B. Ruthenberg ’95 PhD and Janet E. Ruthenberg Michael E. Sawyer ’74 John A. Schiffman Jr. Hon. ’04 Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 and Bill Schulz Daniel L. and Sandy Scotten Kay Jacobs Sells ’38 and O. V. Sells Mary Kleis Shaw ’66 and Dallas A. Shaw Elizabeth Smallfelt ’56 Ron Stallworth ’07 Virginia Harward Teller ’48 PhD Jacqueline Philbrook Thompson ’47 Anita Abbott Timmons ’58 and James D. Timmons Carol Siegel Turner ’77

Jeffrey D. Venable ’89 Nancy Stuver Wallingford ’66 Billie J. Wanink ’65 Llona Paul Weiss ’91 and Garry D. Weiss Marjorie McKinnon Wellington ’36 Deborah Hook Wheat ’68 Arlene L. Wierschem ’83 and Kurt Wierschem Barbara Windt ’48 Charles V. Wolfers In Memoriam Phyllis Miller Adams ’46 Bertha A. Alyea James O. Alyea MD L. V. Angelo Creola-Charles Baker ’18 Emma Brown Ballew ’23 Mary Dorsey Bass 1901 Roberta Herring Bass ’18 Frances Bennett ’35 Robin Black ’26 George K. Blanchard Louis P. Blosser Alice Fox Boyle ’35 Estelle Bradford James D. Braham Mary E. Bright Mary Reece Briscoe ’41 Noma E. Brown Isabel Belcher Browning ’23 Genevieve Koontz Buchanan ’38 Virginia Freeman Buchroeder ’36 Mary Burlingame ’25 Bruce R. Bynum ’71 Michael W. Calhoun Suzanne Calwell Carlson ’43 Artie Mason Carter 1900 Jaime Alter Chase ’30 Carson Chiles Archibald T. Clinkscales Sybil Whittle Cook ’13 Mona Manuel Davidson 1911 Hortense P. Davison Lina Swann Denney ’19 Martha Brock Donigan ’30 Jean Dudley ’29

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Ellen Schalk Feild ’30 Vivian Sloan Fiske 1911 Elizabeth Estes Gentry ’20 Ruth Graham ’19 Lydia Carter Gregory 1905 Clara Smith Griffin ’20 Mildred East Halley ’19 Elizabeth Garton Harmon ’37 Charles Harr Dorothy Hart Heinkel ’24 Esther O. Hepple Frances L. Hirlinger ’24 Lois Funderburg Hodge ’44 Adalene Hoke ’30 Wanda Baker Holman ’49

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Ruby Bowles Hurst ’35 Irene I. Isom Margaret Blosser Jackson ’38 Dora M. Johnson Harriet Johnson 1901 Helen Hirsch Johnson ’31 Mary Martin Kellett ’36 Alice Kirtley 1912 Frances Koepke Sarah Michell Landen ’38 Buena W. Lansford E. Desmond Lee Mary Stansifer Ligon ’21 Mary Jones Lozier ’16 Elinor Lueth ’43 Ann Mapes ’45 Frederick Matson Virginia Dyas McAlester 1898 Frances Breed McCord ’25 Mary McKee ’18 Lorain Mines Middleton ’43 Helen Conley Miller 1898 Ann Copeland Mize ’40 Willa Dill Moore ’30

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James Mundy Vivien Dulany Murphy 1903 Margaret Newton ’37 Robert E. Nogle Mary I. Omer Ruth Snyder Parkhurst ’17 Mary Banks Parry ’20 Claire Hardy Pemberton ’26 Anna M. Phifer Lucille Dyer Porter ’22 Virginia Porth ’36 Frances McBaine Rea 1876 Ruth Reynoldson Jeanne Joullian Richards ’41 Ralph Richards Rev. Lester B. Rickman Mary Hatton Robinson ’21 Helen Shuck Ross ’26 Paul L. Ross Clarence D. Samford Dale Sanderson ’27 Constance Boyer Schott ’25 Edith Oblander Schwagmeyer ’25 Cecil Crawford Sears ’24

Carl D. Siegel MD James M. Silvey Mary Robertson Simon-Merideth ’48 Louise Cook Simpson ’27 Lois Southwell Singletary ’39 Queen Smith Rowland H. Smith Leta Jones Spencer ’28 Anie Stewart 1908 Mary Swinney ’25 Mary Tevebaugh ’29 Helen K. Turner ’30 Dorothy Kincaid Turney ’35 Esther Ross Warren ’20 Mette Wells ’26 Ruth Whaley ’18 R. O. Willett Wilma McMaster Williams ’29 Harold Williamson Katherine Knox Wolfe ’13 Earlene Fulkerson Wolfers ’49

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1851 Society Honor Roll Members of the 1851 Society recognize that the need exists, as it did when the college was founded in 1851, to provide independent learning for the student population. Contributors who make gifts to Columbia College within the fiscal year are recognized as Colleagues of the 1851 Society. The following levels of giving are named in honor of college innovators who reflect the unwavering commitment to excellence of Columbia College. For more information on the 1851 Society levels, go to www.ccis.edu/ contributorappreciation. The following pages recognize contributors or benefactors who made gifts in the fiscal year that ran from July 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013.

“Thanks to Ms. Donnelly’s generosity, we hope to attract top English students from across the country to our small but vibrant program.” — Christina Ingoglia, assistant professor of English and creative writing, page 14

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Joseph Kirtley Rogers Colleague $100,000+ Steven S. Fishman ’74 and Barbara Balyeat Fishman ’74 John Augustus Williams Colleague $50,000–$99,999 Walter E. Bixby III ’82 and Tracy Bixby Gene Koepke Robert W. and Nancy Maupin John A. Schiffman Jr. Hon. ’04 Jane Froman Colleague $25,000 –$49,999 Lisa G. Bynum George W. Hulett Jr. and Jeanne Hulett Florence Larsh ’49 Lucy Laws Colleague $10,000– $24,999 L’Mont and Kathi Betz Greg N. Johnston ’91 and Patricia Churchill Jane Canedy Crow ’57 Reinhardt Construction Co. / Jerry D. and Mary Daugherty Gary R. Drewing Sr. Mark A. and Joan Foreman Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66 and Skip E. Grossnickle Robert K. and Susan Hardwick June Viner Hurdle ’83 and Bob Hurdle Gayla Grossnickle Miller ’90 and Richard A. Miller George H. Ousley Jr. ’78 and Gayleen Ousley Joe R. Smith MD Lavinia Ellen Ream Colleague $5,000– $9,999 Vera Jacobs Coats ’47 and Russell Coats Judith A. Cunningham ’64 John A. and Nancy Dillingham Tery L. and Cecelia Donelson Sandra Bruce Nichols ’80 MD and Ronnie A. Nichols William A. and Karen Pragman Frank Hughes Colleague $2,500– $4,999 Linda Claycomb Carolyn Duley Dodd ’46 and W. Stanley Dodd Jr.

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Martha Eberhard ’00 and Dale Eberhard Barry R. Langford Julia Marberry Marsden ’59 Helen Black Maupin ’45 Mary Agnes Starr McQuinn ’54 and Al McQuinn Richard L. and Betty Montgomery Diane Berry O’Hagan ’59 and David C. O’Hagan Kevin J. and Linda Palmer Jane Keithley Parham ’36 Mary Jane Potrafka ’56 and Richard D. Potrafka Col. Mike Randerson USAF Ret. and Carole Randerson Terry B. Smith PhD and Jane Smith Barbara Windt ’48 Christian College Colleague $1,851– $2,499 Lynne Stuver Baker ’64 and Douglas L. Baker Robert P. and Faye C. Burchard Tonia M. Compton ’99 PhD Terry L. Conrad Eric R. Cunningham PhD and Allyson M. Presley Marcia Bunten Machens ’96 and David A. Machens Gregory and Lana L. Poole Barbara Sanborn Betti Friedel Saunders ’42 Daniel L. and Sandy Scotten Sarah Grossnickle Swindle ’96 and Jason S. Swindle Beverly Phillips Thomas ’92 and David O. Thomas Janet Carter Wright ’58 and Marvin E. Wright Mary Paxton Keeley Colleague $1,000 – $1,850 Anita Abbott Timmons ’58 and James D. Timmons Tessie L. Ballard ’93 William A. Callahan Melissa Montgomery Carberry ’06 and Joseph Carberry Neil A. Carr Melody Rosson Carrier ’95 and Joseph J. Carrier PhD Katrina Harry Cochran ’68 PhD and Norm Cochran Gwendolyn Crane Cockrell ’58 and George F. Cockrell Patricia A. Columbus John A. Courter Robert A. Craig PhD Daniel J. D’Alesio Jr. Vicki Thomas Dillon Jones ’59 Frances C. Dittrich ’63

Martha Eberhard ’00 and Dale Eberhard Judith Carter Ely ’62 and Lt. Col. Douglas C. Ely Ret. Kelly P. and Cindy Enright Chip Estabrooks and Julie K. Estabrooks PhD Henry Fisher III Patricia Larkin Fore ’48 Anne Middleton Foster ’74 and William K. Foster Robert W. and Karen J. Fry Bruce and Sandra Garrett Patricia Bowman Gibbs ’47 Dennis M. and Elaine T. Grev Linda Sublett Hutton ’69 and Robert C. Hutton James F. Infelt ’78 and Susan W. Infelt William J. Johnston ’82 and Janice Johnston Beth Kane William H. Leeper ’04 and Emma Leeper Gustav J. Lehr William F. Mason Gary A. Massey ’85 PhD and René White Massey ’84 ’98 ’01 Carla McFarland Col. Charles E. McGee ’78 USAF Ret. John McGowan PhD and Ludmilla V. Westling Kurt L. Miller PhD Joshua M. Muder ’99 and Ann Muder James E. Oglesby Michael J. Polley PhD and Mary Paulsell Paul O. and Barbara Poehlein Mary M. Posner Wayne R. Pratt Peggy Gibson Regan ’44 and William W. Regan MD Genie Banks Rogers Garth S. Russell MD and Jane Russell Daniel L. and Sandy Scotten Kay Jacobs Sells ’38 and O. V. Sells Patti R. Skinner Gary Tatlow Marie J. Vellis ’81 Brian E. and Paula Wager Shirley Tempelmeier Watkins ’96 PsyD Llona Paul Weiss ’91 and Garry D. Weiss Deborah Hook Wheat ’68 Franklin Launer Colleague $500–$999 Sara Winkler Botts ’41 and Van R. Botts Jr. Rev. Raymond Bowden and Lucy K. Bowden

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Carole Kubach Butts ’66 and James A. Butts William J. and Sonya A. Carney Thomas O. and Penelope S. Cason Jacques T. Craig ’77 and Jill Ehrman Craig ’75 CWO4 John C. Crawford II ’87 Ret. and Anita E. Crawford Sue Marshall Daulton ’45 Billy Davis Robert M. Delorme Betty Payne Dilts ’42 and John C. Dilts Terry and Vicki L. Dunscombe William C. Elcan II ’98 and Lane Murawski Elcan ’98 Frederick R. Ferrin Donald W. and Patricia A. Fischer Charles G. and Jean Gibbens Brandon L. Gold ’05 and Jeanette Rose Gold ’01 Janet Huffman Goodson ’54 and Bill Goodson James Hardin Jr. ’76 and Phyllis Whitesides Hardin ’57 ’75 Warren L. and Karen Harms Jeffrey Heilbrunn Carroll W. Highbarger and Betty J. Crawford Alison Carey Houston ’02 Helga S. Huang PhD Richard W. Huling PhD Timothy M. Ireland PhD Richard F. James ’97 and Nancy Gorman James ’97 Michael S. Jenkins ’96 Judith Cone Johnson ’95 Gregory A. Logan ’79 and Sandra Logan PhD Anthony Q. and Lindsay Y. Lopez Joe F. Luetkemeyer PhD and Mary A. Luetkemeyer PhD Anthony S. Marshall PhD Joy Schiffman Masterson ’65 Ramona McAfee Nollie G. Moore Jr. and Julia Moore Michael C. Morrison ’01 and Rita Morrison Constance Nichols ’05 and Bob Nichols Anthony A. Patricelli Jerry S. Patton ’04 and Catherine Snell Patton ’06 ’09 Ellen Lohnes Paullin ’39 Edward J. Petersheim ’81 Jane M. Pickens Penny Pitman ’65 Peggy Lamke Price ’43 John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph Raymond J. Robinson ’99 Stephen G. Rowley ’75 Karen A. Ryabchenko Paul and Kimberly S. Ryan Michael K. Schicker ’78 Thomas R. Sheffield ’86

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Wendy Mertz Slifka ’90 and Douglas F. Slifka Robert L. and Carol Ann Smith Patrick A. Smith MD and Karen D. Smith John D. Smith ’02 and Susan Smith Gary Stanowski ’12 and Denise Stanowski Dorinda Nordeen Stayton ’04 Barbara B. Sweat Mary Humphrey Tompson ’51 and Clifford W. Tompson Brian G. Tremper ’00 George R. Tyree ’84 and Sarah Tyree Col. Robert M. Walker ’87 USAF Justin C. Williams ’05 Carol Winkler ’93 and Darrell Winkler Rev. Dr. John J. Yonker and Sarah Yonker Mary Dorsey Bass Colleague $100 – $499 Maged M. Abdelrazek Marilyn Abney-Warner ’00 William T. Ackerman Jr. Anne Spearing Adam ’66 and John T. Adam Gregory W. Adank ’94 Ronald D. Aikens EdS and Mary K. Aikens Kenneth M. Akers David D. and Susan J. Alexander Jordan Alexander Joyce Johnson Allen ’49 and Thomas D. Allen Steven P. Allen John L. Altman Jerry R. Amend ’76 Jennifer L. Anderson Emy A. Aninzo ’97 Nona F. Appel Mary McFadden Applewhite ’47 and Joe C. Applewhite Michael J. Arendall ’06 and Andrea N. Hunting Linda Henderson Arman ’98 and Jesse B. Arman PhD Phillip R. Armstrong ’12 and Lisa Robb Armstrong ’11 Judith Nell Arni ’66 and Thomas J. Arni PhD Vernon R. Arthur ’97 and Thelma Byrd Arthur ’01 ’05 Thomas E. Atkins III Hon. ’99 and Linda Holman Atkins ’54 Louise Leebrick Atterbury ’38 Priscilla Bacon Atwell ’71 and Rex B. Atwell Avery J. Babineaux Jr. ’85 Harold D. and Rebecca A. Baker Martin A. Baloga ’78 and Lena Baloga Andre L. Barnes ’01 Jeffrey J. Barrows Chris Bartels Samuel A. Bartlett

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Marcella M. Barton PhD Col. Duane H. Bartrem ’76 USA Ret. Gene Baumann Jean L. Beard William W. Beckett Jr. MD and Jan Beckett Edward S. and Karen Beckstrom Wayne L. Behymer and Jo Behymer PhD Dorothy Molzahn Bennett ’46 Ellis R. Benus ’06 Beverly Brown Bernitsky ’49 and Anthony J. Bernitsky Peggy S. Berry Barbara K. Bickford Brian D. Bilderback ’03 Mary Kovacs Biskup ’74 and Kenneth G. Biskup Rita Wetzel Bissell ’58 Jason D. and Denise R. Black Gwen M. Blotevogel Terry J. Bocklage ’12 and Rebecca J. Gordon-Bocklage Ronald B. Bolander John P. Bolin Capt. William G. Bond USN Ret. Darrell W. Bonine ’93 and Kimberly A. Bonine ’03 Benjamin Boone Marilyn Barron Bosso ’49 Benjamin S. Boutty Trevyn Bowden Todd M. Boyd ’11 Maureen T. Morales Bozovich Carol B. Braun Jerrell D. Brenner Jacqueline Timmons Brewer ’45 Oliver P. Brilhante IV ’09 ’13 Sarah A. Brinkmeier Matthew E. Brock Bradford Brockmeier Mary Nischbach Brooks ’95 Michelle Green Brooks ’03 Vicki L. Brooks Gerald T. Brouder Hon. ’13 PhD and Bonnie Brouder Hon. ’13 Audrey J. Brown Mary Brown Patricia Regan Brown ’47 Lisa Browning Alisa J. Buck Edwin A. Burchard Paul G. Burgan Michael D. Burkhead Donald A. Burrows Tammie M. Busch ’06 and James A. Busch Scott A. Bush ’13 and Misty Phillips Bush ’13

Melissa Butler David W. Byland Belynda J. Cain Stephen Calabrese David O. Calhoun Tammy K. Calhoun Elizabeth Neal Callaway ’58 Anthony Callisto Jr. ’94 and Lisa J. Callisto ’05 Elaine S. Campbell Sahira Ramos Cano ’13 and Raymond Cano Sr. Robert N. Carden Stephen R. Carpenter Gary L. Carrender Ronald D. Carter MD and Judith K. Carter Rose M. Carter Toni L. Carter Jacqueline R. Caruana Thomas O. and Penelope S. Cason Cinda R. Chapman Judy Chapman Matthew Chrenka Gay A. Christy ’08 Lucile A. Church ’69 and Joseph R. Zuvanich Traci C. Ciepiela ’02 Rocco A. Cimmarusti Cynthia Shutt Cirome ’60 and Alfred J. Cirome Barbara Payne Coakley ’55 Russell E. and Betty Cobb Herbert M. Cohen Brenda Cole PhD Fernando T. Conde Susan M. Conklin The Honorable Frank F. Conley and Carla Conley Tracey L. Connor Ileana A. Constantinescu David L. Cook John P. Cook ’95 Elizabeth H. Couch Carroll W. Highbarger and Betty J. Crawford Randall W. Crawford Charles and Evelyn Crews Betty Adams Crouch ’56 and William M. Crouch Timothy M. Cruise Mabel Bondurant Culpepper ’56 and James W. Culpepper Ronald R. Curry Bryan L. and Ashley Curtis Karen Daciek ’96 Shelley E. Dale ’69 Jonathan W. Davis ’78 Michael B. and Susan Y. Davis

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John DeNigris George Derrieux Michael J. Deslongchamps Elizabeth D. DeWitt ’04 Marilyn Monroe Dickie ’49 and Alex Dickie Charles W. Digges Sr. and Kathryn Digges Debora Ledet Dillard ’79 and Aaron L. Dillard Kimberly R. Dondanville Sean M. Dooley ’02 and Nikki Dooley Matthew J. Doran Jeanie V. Douglas Scott T. Duncan Susan C. Dunham Robert A. Durbin Satya R. Dutta PhD Catherine C. Eatherton Steven F. Eberharter William D. and Linda Eckhoff Paul K. Eckstein Dion J. Edon Sr. ’05 Maurice B. Egeston James W. Elliott DDS and Judy Elliott Thomas A. Elliott ’89 Arlin F. Epperson PhD and Mary Epperson Steve and Laura Erdel Ann Esarco Michael Evans H. Frederick Evermon PhD and Vandy L. Evermon Faye A. Fairchild Gary D. Farrar Kathryn R. Ferguson ’99 Colleen R. Field Christopher M. Finn Yvonne S. Fischer Jane Schaffner Fisher ’60 and Harold K. Fisher Nathan D. Fleischmann Michael A. Fletcher PhD Charles P. Foley James D. Foster F. Sutter Fox Thomas M. Franz PhD Bo M. and Terry Fraser Carol Jones Fredericks ’45 PhD Steven W. Freenor Sara Russell Frickenschmidt ’98 ’05 and Daniel M. Frickenschmidt William M. Fuchs DDS Maria I. Fussell Mary Dalton Futter ’47 Jessica A. Gamet ’98 ’06 Dorothy Eib Garrain ’53 and Joseph M. Garrain

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Paula Hornsby Garrison ’55 and Harold M. Garrison Michael T. Garver ’03 Tony Gaskew Dennis W. Geisler Glenn B. Gelman J. Theresa Genova Jeffery S. Gentry Joyce E. Gentry PhD Daniel J. Gibbons Wayne D. and Linda C. Gifford Mary E. Giovannini James A. Girdner ’75 Winnette Glasgow Joseph A. Gogel Stacey Young Goodale ’93 and Jeff Goodale Joseph Govednik Loukas Grafakos PhD and Suzanne Tourville PhD Diane McFadden Gray ’11 Peggy L. Gray Susan Keyes Gray ’65 and Robert L. Gray III William O. Green Kathy M. Gress John W. Griesser PhD Tara Harmon Griffin ’00 and Scott T. Griffin Andrew J. Grzella ’01 and Dr. Katherine E. Skibiski ’03 DPT Marjorie Thomas Gutelius ’69 and Jay N. Gutelius Kristine Lowe Hackleman ’70 and William S. Hackleman Carol L. Hake Gary W. Hall Marilyn Martin Hall ’46 Jennifer Banks Hallam ’82 and Jeffery M. Hallam Lester D. Halmrast ’77 and Audrey C. Halmrast Penny Rafferty Hamilton ’76 PhD Judge Robert L. Hamilton Rochelle M. Hamm ’11 James C. Hanken Lisa Hardesty-Jones ’86 Coleen Grant Hardin ’41 and Richard D. Hardin Patricia Holloway Hardin ’57 and Donald Hardin John Hardy Tyler V. Hargis ’04 and Tiffany Hargis ’07 Coolidge J. Hargrett Milt Harper Alan D. Harris ’77 Althea M. Harris Ronald Hart Ronald R. Hart ’82 Debra L. Hartman Edward J. Harvey

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George T. Hasler ’86 Gordon A. Hasse Jr. Elizabeth G. Hastings Terry S. Heaton Mary Sue Heine Bertha Garcia Helmick ’74 and Dennis S. Helmick Daniel C. Henderson ’03 and Dawn R. Henderson Joseph L. Henderson Cheri Lefman Hendrix ’82 Lori E. Henry ’06 Kevin and Edith M. Herd Patricia Hernandez Brandi L. Herrman Julian A. Hertzog Diane Schindler Hibbs ’08 Robert W. Hicks Rebecca Gross Highland ’89 and Thomas R. Highland MD Christopher D. Hillery Alan Hilliard EdD Peter L. Hiltner ’95 Michael L. Himmel ’86 Myles A. and Lora R. Hinkel Matthew E. Hoffman Brown Lind P. Hollingsworth Lari Doolittle Honness ’02 ’05 David A. and Winifred B. Horner Rosemary Lester Horner ’50 PhD John R. Hornor Sally Old Houdayer ’57 Doris Fitzpatrick Hougland ’05 and Erik S. Hougland Zachary and Patricia Houston Andrew Howard Jr. Joyce E. Howland PhD David T. Howlett William D. Hoy ’94 David W. Humphrey PhD John M. Hunter ’96 USA and Teresa Davis Hunter ’96 Randall D. Hutton ’98 and Debby Ferguson Hutton ’06 Virginia Jacob Itschner ’55 Mary Lee Jahn ’67 Alan J. James PhD Harry W. Jarvis Bradley Jenks ’00 and Lindsey Jenks ’09 Eva S. Jensen ’11 Christine A. Johansson Kendall Johnson Mary Ann Johnson PhD J. Paul Jones Anthony G. Jordan Paul E. Jungmeyer PhD Manuel G. Juzon

Aryeh Kaltmann Gregory R. Karavanich David S. Karr PhD Donald Kateman Robert D. and Donna Kateman Michael Kateman Robert T. Kateman Paula Jarrett Keeney ’94 and John G. Keeney II PhD Dell Clary Keepers ’44 Russell D. Keevy Joyce G. Keitel Carol S. Kennedy William R. Kenny Ron L. Kercheval MSgt. George H. Kerner ’77 Ret. and Alice M. Kerner Robert Klausmeyer John D. and Julie Klein Kimberly A. Kliegel Kathleen Knabb ’67 Marjean R. Knokey Charles H. Koelling PhD and Bettie Koelling Andrew A. Koepke Susan M. Koopmans James Koshar Theodore E. Krause ’04 and Julie K. Krause Roxanne Porter Kutch ’11 and Wesley Kutch Don L. and Betty J. Landers Robert J. Lang ’73 Tim C. and Leslie Larkin Thomas C. Larsen Catherine Larson ’70 PhD Lana M. Le Mons ’09 Naomi Lear Cherie Lejeune Leimkuehler ’73 Lon W. LeMaster ’87 Remy S. Leonard Alan D. Lester Nancy Owen Lewis ’50 Richard and Nancy Liebman Marlene V. Lindemann David T. Logue Constance Beal Lohr ’66 Nancy L. Lombardi H. Jane Blackman Lossing ’64 MD Bobbie Pugh Lovelace ’56 and Jesse W. Lovelace Sheree R. Lowe ’75 Vicki A. Luna PhD Joan Luttge ’50 Nancy Doub Lyons Eileen Johnson MacCombie ’05 Kenneth A. Maddox

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Robert L. and Carol L. Mahurin Marie Main Stephanie Mallory Margaret L. Mangum ’06 Willa A. Mann Larry E. Mead Susan Miller ’60 PhD and Ken Mannila Mary Lu Jones Mansur ’47 and George F. Mansur PhD Jenny L. Maples Helen Ruth Poss Marr ’53 and John M. Marr Bruce Martin ’92 Suzanne Brannan Martin ’56 Donald G. Masden ’03 Stacy A. Maskey ’05 ’11 Kenneth G. Maxey James L. Mazurek Colleen O’Connor McClary ’83 Stefanie S. McCollum Bruce J. McDaniel ’99 Mary Kay Stiles McDowell ’56 and Leslie L. McDowell Deborah R. McGarry Kyle A. McGerald ’05 and Sara Kianmehr McGerald ’07 Thomas P. McGuire John P. McHale Kimberley P. McHale PhD Janis Hicks McIntosh ’47 PhD Keith W. McIver Roberta U. McKee PhD Robert M. McKinley Jr. Brenda A. McKinney ’11 Bruce T. McKinnon ’01 and Eutropia McKinnon Margaret Tucker McLaughlin ’48 and James D. McLaughlin Michael R. McMahon Amos E. McMiller ’75 Kathleen R. McNamara Gerald A. Mealy ’03 and Leasa E. Richards-Mealy ’90 Megan Christensen Means ’12 and Nathan E. Means PhD Lillian Norris Metts ’57 and Julian C. Metts Jr. DDS Cynthia K. Meuchel Cindy Miller David C. Miller Lois Adams Miller ’45 Nancy Miller ’57 Nathan B. Miller Roderic Mitchell Dayle Selby Mixer ’59 and M. Devon Mixer Maryon R. Moncrief Winder J. Montano Aliendres ’03 and Trina Montano James T. Moore Jr. Georgia L. Morehouse

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Mary F. Morgan Thomas E. Morgan PhD Beverly D. Morris James T. Mosele ’88 and Janet Mosele Sarah A. Mounter PhD David D. Mull ’81 Marilyn Byler Mundell ’55 Alvaro Munoz Carol Connery Murdock ’69 H. Jerry Murrell MD and Beverly Murrell MD Cinda K. Muruato Jeffrey C. Musgrove PhD Frank Musial ’92 Helen Cates Neary ’38 Patricia A. Needles John N. Nelson Mary E. Netzler Raymond F. Newman Brenda Nicholls ’67 LCDR Scott C. Nietzel ’00 and Melissa E. Nietzel Kimberly Nixon Wanda Northway Phyllis Norton-Towers ’63 Norma R. Nyberg ’78 Renee L. O’Daniel Siobhan Clancy O’Donnell ’99 Terry M. Obermoeller Gary A. and Margaret J. Oedewaldt Joel C. Okafor Elizabeth Emerson Olson ’32 Diane L. Ooton Margaret Young Osment ’47 Darin R. Oswalt Laura M. Parker Kenneth A. Parrett ’96 Glen A. Parsons James M. Pasley ’87 and Karen Mueller Pasley ’01 Steven E. Passen ’92 and Christine Passen Jerry S. Patton ’04 and Catherine Snell Patton ’06 ’09 Charles and Garnet L. Payne Stan J. Payne Carol A. Peck Christopher T. Peck James A. Pegolotti and Stephen Sosin James R. Peregoy ’87 and Angela Burgess Peregoy ’87 Sherell D. Perkins Jill Salzman Perrigo ’99 Bhisham K. Perti Jr. Claire Peterson Jane Peterson John P. Phillips

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Leslie Grigg Phillips ’03 Barbara Downs Phipps ’45 Kenneth C. and Sharon M. Pike David A. Pituch Rayleen L. Platter Paul F. Poelker ’89 Melissa J. Poole Eunice Dixon Poore ’49 Erica K. Poremba Calvin S. Posner ’76 EdD Cynthia Fotti Potter ’05 ’06 Rick W. Powell ’86 and Mary Kinninger Powell ’98 Paul A. Prevo Ronald D. Pridgin MSG James T. Proctor ’74 Carole Propp ’69 Richard S. Pryor ’77 Lois Flege Pulliam ’47 and Samuel B. Pulliam Betsy Quade Trevor M. Quig Margaret Eldred Rabey ’47 and Theodore W. Rabey Greg Raper ’76 Suzanne Pomeroy Ready ’81 and Thomas E. Ready Joe Reardon ’93 and Kim Reardon Lollie Zander Reed ’68 and Edwin A. Reed III Larry D. Reed ’94 Timothy and Lisa Reed Christopher A. Reimer ’02 ’09 and Michelle Hunsicker Reimer ’08 Raschel A. Relford Molly M. Remer Clyde J. Remmo Vanetta Ferrel Renz ’51 Janet Karrenbrock Richter ’55 Terry R. Rigsby Jr. Cheryl A. Ritchie ’78 Eric S. Roark Diana R. Roberts Gary D. Robinson ’97 Lisa DiCenzo Rodgers ’99 Renee C. Rodgers Brett S. and Evelyn S. Rogers Beverly Colliflower Rolwing ’57 and Francis D. Rolwing Jonathan J. Romey ’84 Kenneth E. Rose Cathy Routon Donald M. Rowland James B. Rowlett ’00 and Stacy L. Rowlett ’07 Tonya H. Ruffin David D. Russell ’88 Lyndon L. and Deborah A. Russell

Henry J. Waters III and Vicki Russell Donald B. Ruthenberg ’95 PhD and Janet E. Ruthenberg Curtis Rutledge Cassandra D. Ryder Curtis J. Sanders ’02 and Luella M. Sanders Sheryl R. Sandhaus Bryan W. Sappington ’09 Morris W. Savage Joseph J. Savopolos ’03 ’06 and Kathleen Savopolos Joan Sayers Thomas R. Scheira Stephen J. Scheller Randal A. Schenewerk ’99 Robert X. Schmitz ’77 and Rachel A. Schmitz Chris A. Schneider Nefeli H. Schneider PhD Kelli K. Schnell Joseph and Darlene W. Schroeder Clara L. Schueler Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 and Bill Schulz Jerry P. Screeton ’76 Jennifer Burchard Sears ’10 Joseph J. Sebek Barre L. Shepp ’79 and Majorie Shepp Kevin J. and Michelle R. Shipp Benny G. Shriver Sean P. Siebert PhD Michael A. Siegel Barbara Miller Sikes ’49 B. Daniel Simon III and Leah B. Simon Richard C. Simone ’96 ’12 and Catherine N. Simone Dale Coe Simons ’65 and James K. Simons DDS Betty Long Sims ’39 Virginia Jones Sinclair ’49 Lavelle W. Smalley Edgar L. Smart Sr. ’94 Bonnie L. Smedley Ellisha M. Smith Joseph L. Smith Ramona Lucas Smith ’88 William E. Smith Jr. Jeffrey R. Snider Susan Wilson Solovic ’80 and George Solovic Frank L. Somer Jr. PhD and Donna L. Somer Stephen Sosin and James A. Pegolotti Nicholas and Nancy J. Spaeder Wendy S. Spratt ’90 Jacquelyn Crane Stamper ’61 and George L. Stamper Maurice D. Stanley Lee A. Stanton Carmelitha Starr ’02

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Doug E. Starr Kent P. Steele Stephen H. Stephany Joe and Cheryl B. Stephens Courtney C. Stephens Carolyn Miller Stern ’47 Clifford D. Stock James and Anne Stolberg George C. Stone Jeffrey C. Stone PhD Greg J. Stratman PhD and Teresa Stratman Lou Ann Stringham ’64 Jennifer E. Stroetker ’10 Nancy Stuart Guido G. Stucco PhD Don S. Stumpf EdD Gregg Suhler and Diane R. Suhler PhD William E. Summers ’10 Daphne Harwood Sumner ’57 Mark Suozzo Walter G. Swartz Tresa Keel Swindle ’91 Lyle D. and Laurie Sybert Matthew R. Taylor ’10 and Angelyn Holz Taylor ’11 Dottie Zulpo Taylor ’05 ’09 Karen St. Clair Taylor ’89 and Lonnie Taylor Michael C. Terhune ’06 Marlys Enabnit Thedinger ’47 and Robert Thedinger Joseph M. Thomas Judy A. Thomas Denise Thompson Laramie M. Thompson Russell V. Thompson PhD and Ruth A. Thompson W.B. and Ruth Tichenor Jerry E. Timke Gail Petri Toedebusch ’65 David A. Travland PhD and Rhonda W. Travland C. David Treviranus ’99 Terri Trickel John H. Tromans Jr. ’00 and Jean M. Tromans Carol Siegel Turner ’77 John M. Utley Armando Valdes Rivera Dawn L. Valdes-Wagner Michael W. Van Duser ’01 Marc G. Vandover and Dr. Teresa M. Vandover EdD, EdS Kara K. Vedum ’06 Robert Veit Thomas F. Vincenc ’13 Scott D. Vinciguerra ’94 EdD Jason W. Vipond

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David Vlachynsky ’09 Laura Vits Vogel ’78 Donald R. Wahonick Jr. ’82 and Mary Kuecker Wahonick ’83 Joyce Johnson Walker ’80 Leonard A. Wall Nancy Stuver Wallingford ’66 Jill Maynard Ward ’50 and William H. Ward Marion E. Warn John W. Weakley ’01 ’04 Lori L. Wegner Jon Weimer PhD Elizabeth W. Weise ’11 Stephanie Westwood Rothermich Katherine Zumwalt Wheeler ’07 LTC Barry D. Whiteside ’84 and Janice Cordray Whiteside ’86 Cathy L. Whitfield ’95 and Dean C. Whitfield Eddie L. Whittaker ’89 Roger K. Wiebusch Steven C. Wiegenstein PhD John D. Wiggins Herbert C. and Lynn Willbrand Stephen A. Williams Elizabeth A. Wilson Gary T. Wilson Carolyn J. Winterowd Harrison R. Winters James L. Withers Kelly R. Witsberger PhD Andrea Wolff-Yakubovich Ernest R. Wren III Nathanael E. Wright Constance H. Wyrick Ryan S. Yager ’05 and Amber Hardaway Yager ’07 Robert M. Ybarra PhD Larry D. Young ’76 and Anne Cartwright Young ’73 PhD Jason R. Youngquist Ida Cockrill Yuille ’51 David D. Yutzy ’09 ’10 Terri L. Zeilenga Robert J. Zey ’93 Amber Zykan-Finkelstein ’04 In Memoriam John B. Barnhouse Joyce Brydges Eliot F. Battle Marilyn Henderson Robbins ’43

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Silver & Navy Club Honor Roll Representing the college’s official colors, the Silver & Navy Club recognizes annual gifts from current students and graduates of the most recent 10 years. These leaders are making a difference through their generosity and set a standard for philanthropy among their classmates. Sharon A. Abernathy ’04 Jamie L. Alexander ’07 Michael J. Arendall ’06 Lisa Robb Armstrong ’11 Phillip R. Armstrong ’12 Thelma Byrd Arthur ’01 ’05 Christina I. Baker ’13 David S. Bales ’12 John M. Balloni Jr. ’06 Ellis R. Benus ’06 Scott E. Bernstein ’10 Brian D. Bilderback ’03 Stacy L. Blakley ’07 Terry J. Bocklage ’12 Kimberly A. Bonine ’03 James D. Borders ’04 ’06 Richard W. Boucher ’09 ’12 Avery C. Bourne Todd M. Boyd ’11 Dara R. Bradley ’02 ’06 Oliver P. Brilhante IV ’09 ’13 Michelle Green Brooks ’03 Bonnie Brouder Hon. ’13 Gerald T. Brouder Hon. ’13 PhD William L. Burak ’05 Tammie M. Busch ’06 Misty Phillips Bush ’13 Scott A. Bush ’13 Lisa J. Callisto ’05 Victor M. Camacho ’11 Sahira Ramos Cano ’13 Melissa Neterer Carroll ’03 Sheila Carroll ’04 Connie Johnson Cheek ’13 Gay A. Christy ’08 Amanda M. Claudio ’10 Eric Z. Clem ’09 Thomas J. Coke ’08 William L. Cook ’06 Melody Borders Cordes ’03 Ann Cross-Fleury ’04

Joan Cotton Deboe ’10 Ronald S. Denley ’09 Elizabeth D. DeWitt ’04 William J. Donaldson ’11 Jonathan L. Dudley ’10 Dion J. Edon Sr. ’05 Nicolette A. Ferretti ’03 Susan Batley Fisher ’13 Maureen Rafferty Forgette ’10 Karen M. Francis ’08 Sara Russell Frickenschmidt ’98 ’05 Jessica A. Gamet ’98 ’06 Michael T. Garver ’03 Bryan W. Gillispie ’06 ’10 Eleanor Mosher Gillispie ’07 Clint L. Gioielli ’05 Ashley Bonine Gosseen ’07 ’09 Thomas J. Granger ’07 ’10 Diane McFadden Gray ’11 Kent C. Griffiths ’11 Rochelle M. Hamm ’11 Tiffany Hargis ’07 Tyler V. Hargis ’04 Daniel C. Henderson ’03 Teresa M. Henning ’06 Lori E. Henry ’06 Diane Schindler Hibbs ’08 Theodore R. High ’07 Lari Doolittle Honness ’02 ’05 Doris Fitzpatrick Hougland ’05 Joshua C. Howard ’08 Victor Icenhower ’08 Reyhan Filiz Jamerson ’08 Lindsey Jenks ’09 Eva S. Jensen ’11 Roberta E. Jeter ’07 Stephanie Faler Johnson ’04 ’07 Amanda Johnson Kossuth ’09 ’12 Velda A. Kossuth ’98 ’11 Theodore E. Krause ’04 Eric Kuersteiner ’10

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Roxanne Porter Kutch ’11 Lana M. Le Mons ’09 William H. Leeper ’04 Dennis M. Lemma ’07 George M. Lewis II ’12 Kristen Stevens Lines ’09 ’10 Neal R. Lines ’09 Eileen Johnson MacCombie ’05 Margaret L. Mangum ’06 Donald G. Masden ’03 Stacy A. Maskey ’05 ’11 Kyle A. McGerald ’05 Sara Kianmehr McGerald ’07 Brenda A. McKinney ’11 Gerald A. Mealy ’03 Megan Christensen Means ’12 Justi D. Montague ’12 Winder J. Montano Aliendres ’03 Melissa Montgomery Carberry ’06 Joseph A. Morris ’11 Michael A. Natale ’03 Constance Nichols ’05 Tara Plemmons Orozco ’12 Anthony A. Paladino ’98 ’06 Catherine Snell Patton ’06 ’09 Jerry S. Patton ’04 Jimmy L. Pegues ’04 Sherri S. Pelzel ’92 ’03 Ivan Pena Sr. ’03

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Leslie Grigg Phillips ’03 Emmett B. Pickard ’07 Cynthia Fotti Potter ’05 ’06 Paul A. Prevo Roberta Haxton Ramsay ’03 Megan B. Ramsey ’06 Ronald L. Reed ’10 Christopher A. Reimer ’02 ’09 Michelle Hunsicker Reimer ’08 Felisha M. Richards ’07 Rande Richardson ’11 Stacy L. Rowlett ’07 Bryan W. Sappington ’09 Joseph J. Savopolos ’03 ’06 Heidi Stuckenschneider Saylor ’09 John A. Schiffman Jr. Hon. ’04 Kelly A. Scutt ’03 Jennifer Burchard Sears ’10 Matthew W. Shuff ’10 Richard C. Simone ’96 ’12 Dr. Katherine E. Skibiski ’03 DPT Trischa L. Splitter ’11 Daniel L. Squires ’06 Gary Stanowski ’12 Dorinda Nordeen Stayton ’04 Jennifer E. Stroetker ’10 William E. Summers ’10 Angelyn Holz Taylor ’11 Dottie Zulpo Taylor ’05 ’09

Above: The Jane Froman Singers held an American Celebration of Music in Ireland May 13–22, 2013. In addition to the choir, other travelers included a bluegrass ensemble that provided accompaniment and a group of President’s Society members, parents, volunteers and Jane Froman Singers alumni.

Matthew R. Taylor ’10 Michael C. Terhune ’06 Mary Flickinger VanHouten ’11 Kara K. Vedum ’06 Thomas F. Vincenc ’13 David Vlachynsky ’09 Barbara Crespi Warn ’01 ’10 John W. Weakley ’01 ’04 Elizabeth W. Weise ’11 Katherine Zumwalt Wheeler ’07 Patrizia Lewis Wilkshire ’09 ’12 Justin C. Williams ’05 Britta L. Wright ’07 William S. Wright ’09 Amber Hardaway Yager ’07 Ryan S. Yager ’05 David D. Yutzy ’09 ’10 Jason J. Ziegler ’04 Amber Zykan-Finkelstein ’04

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Stars & Stripes Club Honor Roll Half of Columbia College’s campuses are on military bases, and a third of its students are active-duty military servicemembers, military dependents, or veterans. The Stars & Stripes Club recognizes gifts from alumni who currently serve or have served in the military. These leaders are making a difference through their generosity and set a standard for philanthropy among their classmates. Michael D. Alsip ’80 Jerry R. Amend ’76 Vernon R. Arthur ’97 Bobby L. Artis ’99 Avery J. Babineaux Jr. ’85 George D. Barry ’82 Col. Duane H. Bartrem ’76 USA Ret. Spencer S. Blodgett ’94 Richard W. Boucher ’09 ’12 Victor M. Camacho ’11 Sahira Ramos Cano ’13 Arval E. Cogdill ’96 William L. Cook ’06 CWO4 John C. Crawford II ’87 Ret. Ronald S. Denley ’09 Jonathan L. Dudley ’10 Dion J. Edon Sr. ’05 Christopher E. Egbert ’77 Robert E. Florence Sr. ’75 Blair F. Foley ’87 Edward G. Ghiglieri ’94 PhD Jeanette Rose Gold ’01 Kent C. Griffiths ’11 Lester D. Halmrast ’77 Tiffany Hargis ’07 Tyler V. Hargis ’04 Teresa M. Henning ’06 Lori E. Henry ’06 Theodore R. High ’07 William D. Hoy ’94 John M. Hunter ’96 Victor Icenhower ’08 Roberta E. Jeter ’07 MSG Darryl L. Jones ’97 USA Ret. SGM Ray Jones Jr. ’81 Ret. MSgt. George H. Kerner ’77 Ret. Theodore E. Krause ’04 David R. Kreiner ’87 Robert J. Lang ’73

George M. Lewis II ’12 Margaret L. Mangum ’06 Donald G. Masden ’03 Gary A. Massey ’85 PhD Col. Charles E. McGee ’78 USAF Ret. Bruce T. McKinnon ’01 Gerald A. Mealy ’03 David D. Mull ’81 Scott C. Nietzel ’00 Calvin S. Posner ’76 EdD James T. Proctor ’74 Christopher A. Reimer ’02 ’09 Stephen G. Rowley ’75 Robert M. Rybacki ’75 Joseph J. Savopolos ’03 ’06 Richard H. Seamans ’91 Barre L. Shepp ’79 Daniel L. Squires ’06 John H. Tromans Jr. ’00 SMS Jaime L. Vargas-Jimenez ’80 USAF Ret. Marie J. Vellis ’81 Donald R. Wahonick Jr. ’82 Robert M. Walker ’87 Randall R. Wall ’02 John W. Weakley ’01 ’04 LTC Barry D. Whiteside ’84 Ret. Thomas C. Williams ’90 James C. Wright ’90

“That is important to me — that our assistance stays local — and helps our neighbors.” — Assistance League of Mid-Missouri former president Sue Finlay, page 10

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Cougar Club Honor Roll The mission of the Cougar Club & Scholarship Fund is to support Columbia College’s dedication to student-athlete excellence both on and off the field and court of play. Established in 1998, the Cougar Club & Scholarship Fund raises financial support for Columbia College’s 10 varsity sports: women’s volleyball, women’s softball, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s basketball, and men’s and women’s golf. The following contributors made gifts within the fiscal year. Matthew E. Brock Edwin A. Burchard Robert P. and Faye C. Burchard Lisa A. Conner Eric R. Cunningham PhD and Allyson M. Presley Bryan L. and Ashley Curtis Billy Davis Michael B. and Susan Y. Davis George Derrieux Tery L. and Cecelia Donelson Sean M. Dooley ’02 and Nikki Dooley Kelly P. and Cindy Enright Arlin F. Epperson PhD and Mary Epperson Henry Fisher III Robert W. and Karen J. Fry Charles G. and Jean Gibbens Rochelle M. Hamm ’11 Warren L. and Karen Harms Joseph L. Henderson Alison Carey Houston ’02 Linda Sublett Hutton ’69 and Robert C. Hutton John D. and Julie Klein Kimberly A. Kliegel Theodore E. Krause ’04 and Julie K. Krause Gregory A. Logan ’79 and Sandra Logan PhD

Nancy L. Lombardi Megan Christensen Means ’12 and Nathan E. Means PhD Diane Montgomery Michael C. Morrison ’01 and Rita Morrison Quintin Norris James E. Oglesby Charles and Garnet L. Payne Bhisham K. Perti Jr. Mary Jane Potrafka ’56 and Richard D. Potrafka Cynthia Fotti Potter ’05 ’06 John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph Bryan W. Sappington ’09 Joan Sayers Richard S. Schwentker Robert L. and Carol Ann Smith Gary Stanowski ’12 and Denise Stanowski John M. Utley Thomas F. Vincenc ’13 Brian E. and Paula Wager Barbara Crespi Warn ’01 ’10 and March L. Warn LTC Barry D. Whiteside ’84 Ret. and Janice Cordray Whiteside ’86 Carol Winkler ’93 and Darrell Winkler

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Loyal Contributor Honor Roll Columbia College expresses gratitude to longstanding philanthropic partners by recognizing those contributors who have given for 10 or more consecutive years. Their generosity provides invaluable support to our programs and students and directly aids in our long term success. 25 + Beverly Brown Bernitsky ’49 and Anthony J. Bernitsky Mary Kovacs Biskup ’74 and Kenneth G. Biskup Carole Kubach Butts ’66 and James A. Butts Lucile A. Church ’69 and Joseph R. Zuvanich Gwendolyn Crane Cockrell ’58 and George F. Cockrell Jane Canedy Crow ’57 Mabel Bondurant Culpepper ’56 and James W. Culpepper Mark A. and Joan Foreman Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66 and Skip E. Grossnickle George W. Hulett Jr. and Jeanne Hulett Mary Lee Jahn ’67 Joyce G. Keitel Florence Larsh ’49 Ida Horn Monroe ’52 Brenda Nicholls ’67 Diane Berry O’Hagan ’59 and David C. O’Hagan Ellen Lohnes Paullin ’39 Peggy Lamke Price ’43 Peggy Gibson Regan ’44 and William W. Regan MD Linda Ridgeway ’63 Cheryl A. Ritchie ’78 Kay Jacobs Sells ’38 and O. V. Sells 20 + Robert P. and Faye C. Burchard Thomas O. and Penelope S. Cason Cynthia Shutt Cirome ’60 and Alfred J. Cirome Judith A. Cunningham ’64

Shelley E. Dale ’69 Sue Marshall Daulton ’45 Arlin F. Epperson PhD and Mary Epperson Lawrence A. Fogel ’77 and Patricia R. Fogel Sally Old Houdayer ’57 William J. Johnston ’82 and Janice Johnston Gene Koepke Gustav J. Lehr Gary A. Massey ’85 PhD and René White Massey ’84 ’98 ’01 Robert W. and Nancy Maupin Helen Cates Neary ’38 Phyllis Norton-Towers ’63 Terry M. Obermoeller Barbara Gibbs Ostmann ’69 and Wilfred C. Ostmann Michael J. Polley PhD and Mary Paulsell Carol A. Peck Richard S. Pryor ’77 Margaret Eldred Rabey ’47 and Theodore W. Rabey Daniel L. and Sandy Scotten B. Daniel Simon III and Leah B. Simon Virginia Jones Sinclair ’49 Jill Maynard Ward ’50 and William H. Ward Llona Paul Weiss ’91 and Garry D. Weiss Herbert C. and Lynn Willbrand Janet Carter Wright ’58 and Marvin E. Wright

“Columbia (Christian) College made me realize my potential. This is why I want my philanthropy to support the college, so others might realize the potential they possess.” — M.J. Walther Donnelly ’43, page 14

15 + Steven P. Allen Lynne Stuver Baker ’64 and Douglas L. Baker L’Mont and Kathi Betz

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Barbara K. Bickford Elbert H. Bolsen Darrell W. Bonine ’93 and Kimberly A. Bonine ’03 Cheryl A. Brodrick ’85 and James R. Brodrick Gerald T. Brouder Hon. ’13 PhD and Bonnie Brouder Hon. ’13 Patricia Regan Brown ’47 Barbara Payne Coakley ’55 Eric R. Cunningham PhD and Allyson M. Presley Reinhardt Construction Co. / Jerry D. and Mary Daugherty Carolyn Duley Dodd ’46 and W. Stanley Dodd Jr. Jane Shook Floyd ’89 and Joseph E. Floyd Robert W. and Karen J. Fry Patricia Bowman Gibbs ’47 Janet Huffman Goodson ’54 and Bill Goodson Patricia Holloway Hardin ’57 and Donald Hardin James Hardin Jr. ’76 and Phyllis Whitesides Hardin ’57 ’75 Alan D. Harris ’77 Julian A. Hertzog Helga S. Huang PhD Linda Sublett Hutton ’69 and Robert C. Hutton Sarah Ferguson Jennings ’66 and Stephen G. Jennings PhD Theodore E. Krause ’04 and Julie K. Krause Robert L. and Carol L. Mahurin Helen Ruth Poss Marr ’53 and John M. Marr Carla McFarland Col. Charles E. McGee ’78 USAF Ret. Gerald A. Mealy ’03 and Leasa E. Richards-Mealy ’90 Lizbeth Metscher Roylynne Duhrsen Miercort ’58 Kurt L. Miller PhD Carol Connery Murdock ’69 Elizabeth Emerson Olson ’32 James M. Pasley ’87 and Karen Mueller Pasley ’01 Eunice Dixon Poore ’49 Rick W. Powell ’86 and Mary Kinninger Powell ’98 James T. Proctor ’74 Col. Mike Randerson USAF Ret. and Carole Randerson John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph Richard and Judith M. Rhodes Joyce Murphy Robbins ’57 Sharon Niday Ronchetto ’61 Terry B. Smith PhD and Jane Smith Joe R. Smith MD Jeffrey C. Stone PhD George R. Tyree ’84 and Sarah Tyree Laura Vits Vogel ’78 Carol Winkler ’93 and Darrell Winkler

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10 + Anita Abbott Timmons ’58 and James D. Timmons Keith A. Abernathy ’00 and Sharon A. Abernathy ’04 Marilyn Abney-Warner ’00 Gregory W. Adank ’94 Joyce Johnson Allen ’49 and Thomas D. Allen Sharon C. Allen William D. Anderson David F. Arieti Avery J. Babineaux Jr. ’85 Robert N. Balenton David S. Bales ’12 Tessie L. Ballard ’93 John M. Balloni Jr. ’06 Jeffrey J. Barrows George D. Barry ’82 and Margaret A. Barry Col. Duane H. Bartrem ’76 USA Ret. Wayne L. Behymer and Jo Behymer PhD Kaye D. Bertels Walter E. Bixby III ’82 and Tracy Bixby Ronald B. Bolander Sara Winkler Botts ’41 and Van R. Botts Jr. Aaron K. Brewer Jacqueline Timmons Brewer ’45 Paul G. Burgan Kristi Donald Burk ’02 and Charles W. Burk Donald S. Burleson Tammie M. Busch ’06 and James A. Busch William J. and Sonya A. Carney Melody Rosson Carrier ’95 and Joseph J. Carrier PhD Georgia K. Christian Vera Jacobs Coats ’47 and Russell Coats Herbert M. Cohen Brenda Cole PhD Ileana A. Constantinescu John P. Cook ’95 Frederick T. Crawford ’76 and Elaine Crawford Randall W. Crawford Betty Adams Crouch ’56 and William M. Crouch Timothy M. Cruise Ronald R. Curry Daniel J. D’Alesio Jr. Eric L. Davis Robert M. Delorme Rebecca D. DeNeve John DeNigris Marilyn Monroe Dickie ’49 and Alex Dickie Frances C. Dittrich ’63 Carol L. Dorn Jeanie V. Douglas Steven F. Eberharter

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Maurice B. Egeston Thomas A. Elliott ’89 Chip Estabrooks and Julie K. Estabrooks PhD Michael Evans Constance L. Fisher Charles P. Foley Patricia Larkin Fore ’48 Thomas M. Franz PhD William M. Fuchs DDS Sue Millhorn Gabe ’50 and John R. Gabe Paula Hornsby Garrison ’55 and Harold M. Garrison Charles G. and Jean Gibbens Randall S. Gibbs Wayne D. and Linda C. Gifford John S. Gleason ’81 and Karrie M. Gleason ’88 Joseph A. Gogel Peggy L. Gray Paul D. Grenseman Carol L. Hake Marilyn Martin Hall ’46 Lester D. Halmrast ’77 and Audrey C. Halmrast Timothy D. Hamilton Donald A. Hayden Patricia Hernandez Carroll W. Highbarger and Betty J. Crawford Rebecca Gross Highland ’89 and Thomas R. Highland MD Joan L. Hodapp Doris Fitzpatrick Hougland ’05 and Erik S. Hougland David T. Howlett Richard W. Huling PhD Randall D. Hutton ’98 and Debby Ferguson Hutton ’06 Bradley W. Jones Anthony G. Jordan Manuel G. Juzon Beth Kane Paula Jarrett Keeney ’94 and John G. Keeney II PhD Ron L. Kercheval Angela L. Kinworthy John D. and Julie Klein Susan M. Koopmans Sandra L. Kruse ’85 Barry R. Langford David L. Largent Jane Bennetts Luchies ’52 Robert J. Ludwiczak Joe F. Luetkemeyer PhD and Mary A. Luetkemeyer PhD Joan Luttge ’50 Marcia Bunten Machens ’96 and David A. Machens Marie Main Willa A. Mann

Susan Miller ’60 PhD and Ken Mannila Mary Lu Jones Mansur ’47 and George F. Mansur PhD William F. Mason Mary Kay Stiles McDowell ’56 and Leslie L. McDowell John McGowan PhD and Ludmilla V. Westling Thomas P. McGuire Margaret Tucker McLaughlin ’48 and James D. McLaughlin Gary W. Meader ’87 Lillian Norris Metts ’57 and Julian C. Metts Jr. DDS David C. Miller Lois Adams Miller ’45 Dayle Selby Mixer ’59 and M. Devon Mixer Maryon R. Moncrief James T. Mosele ’88 and Janet Mosele Ronald A. Moser Alice K. Moy ’93 David D. Mull ’81 Russell J. Nemecek Mary Oates Nesladek ’67 Gary A. and Margaret J. Oedewaldt James E. Oglesby Mark D. Ondrake Diane L. Ooton Margaret Young Osment ’47 Laura M. Parker Anthony A. Patricelli Charles and Garnet L. Payne Stan J. Payne Jane M. Pickens Kenneth C. and Sharon M. Pike David A. Pituch Mary Jane Potrafka ’56 and Richard D. Potrafka William A. and Karen Pragman Ronald D. Pridgin Greg Raper ’76 Joe Reardon ’93 and Kim Reardon Lollie Zander Reed ’68 and Edwin A. Reed III Vanetta Ferrel Renz ’51 Gary D. Robinson ’97 Genie Banks Rogers Kenneth E. Rose Karen A. Ryabchenko Lawrence A. Sather Morris W. Savage Joseph J. Savopolos ’03 ’06 and Kathleen Savopolos Arriean A. Schemer Nefeli H. Schneider PhD Jerry P. Screeton ’76 Joseph J. Sebek Benny G. Shriver

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Daniel J. Slais Lavelle W. Smalley Nicholas and Nancy J. Spaeder Maurice D. Stanley Doug E. Starr Lou Ann Stringham ’64 Gregg Suhler and Diane R. Suhler PhD Walter G. Swartz Sarah Grossnickle Swindle ’96 and Jason S. Swindle Joseph M. Thomas Judy A. Thomas Jerry E. Timke Mary Humphrey Tompson ’51 and Clifford W. Tompson Alan D. Traverse Brian G. Tremper ’00 John H. Tromans Jr. ’00 and Jean M. Tromans Dawn L. Valdes-Wagner Randall R. Wall ’02

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Above: President’s Society members Lynn and Patricia Hostetler shown on a recent trip to Ireland with the Jane Froman Singers. The Singers performed in historic venues such as St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas in Galway and St. Mary’s Church in Killarney. Highlights of the trip included a visit to the Cliffs of Moher, the Ring of Kerry, Blarney Castle, Glendalough and Trinity College.

Deborah Hook Wheat ’68 Cathy L. Whitfield ’95 and Dean C. Whitfield Roger K. Wiebusch Anna M. Wilkerson ’49 Rev. Dr. John J. Yonker and Sarah Yonker Ida Cockrill Yuille ’51

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Alumni by Class Years Honor Roll 1932 Elizabeth Emerson Olson 1936 Jane Keithley Parham 1938 Louise Leebrick Atterbury Helen Cates Neary Kay Jacobs Sells 1939 Ellen Lohnes Paullin Betty Long Sims 1941 Sara Winkler Botts Coleen Grant Hardin 1942 Betty Payne Dilts Betti Friedel Saunders 1943 M.J. Walther Donnelly Gloria Bader Merchant PhD Peggy Lamke Price 1944 Erma Bruckmann Dell Clary Keepers Mary Crandall Olson Peggy Gibson Regan 1945 Jacqueline Timmons Brewer Mary Cannon Sue Marshall Daulton Carol Jones Fredericks PhD Helen Black Maupin Lois Adams Miller Barbara Downs Phipps Jamie Branch Wright

1946 Dorothy Molzahn Bennett Carolyn Duley Dodd Marilyn Martin Hall

1952 Mary McKevitt Atchison Jane Bennetts Luchies Ida Horn Monroe

1947 Mary McFadden Applewhite Patricia Regan Brown Vera Jacobs Coats Mary Dalton Futter Patricia Bowman Gibbs Patricia Ruoff Knisley Mary Lu Jones Mansur Janis Hicks McIntosh PhD Margaret Young Osment Lois Flege Pulliam Margaret Eldred Rabey Helen Kelly Radcliffe Carolyn Miller Stern Marlys Enabnit Thedinger

1953 Dorothy Eib Garrain Jane Martin Leak Helen Ruth Poss Marr

1948 Patricia Larkin Fore Margaret Tucker McLaughlin Barbara Windt 1949 Joyce Johnson Allen Beverly Brown Bernitsky Marilyn Barron Bosso Marilyn Monroe Dickie Florence Larsh Eunice Dixon Poore Barbara Miller Sikes Virginia Jones Sinclair Anna M. Wilkerson 1950 Sue Millhorn Gabe Rosemary Lester Horner PhD Nancy Owen Lewis Joan Luttge Jill Maynard Ward 1951 Vanetta Ferrel Renz Mary Humphrey Tompson Ida Cockrill Yuille

1954 Linda Holman Atkins Janet Huffman Goodson Mary Agnes Starr McQuinn 1955 Barbara Daugherty Best Barbara Payne Coakley Paula Hornsby Garrison Virginia Jacob Itschner Judith Cone Johnson Shirley Stratton Lanham Marilyn Byler Mundell Janet Karrenbrock Richter 1956 Laura Pace Crane Betty Adams Crouch Mabel Bondurant Culpepper Bobbie Pugh Lovelace Suzanne Brannan Martin Mary Kay Stiles McDowell Mary Jane Potrafka Margaret Gibson Tessler 1957 Jane Canedy Crow Sondra Grant George Patricia Holloway Hardin Phyllis Whitesides Hardin Sally Old Houdayer Lillian Norris Metts Barbara Wilson Miller Nancy Miller Joyce Murphy Robbins Beverly Colliflower Rolwing Daphne Harwood Sumner 1958 Anita Abbott Timmons Rita Wetzel Bissell

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Elizabeth Neal Callaway Gwendolyn Crane Cockrell Roylynne Duhrsen Miercort Janet Carter Wright 1959 Julie Bowdish Dickinson Vicki Thomas Dillon Jones Julia Marberry Marsden Diane Berry O’Hagan Dayle Selby Mixer 1960 Cynthia Shutt Cirome Jane Schaffner Fisher Susan Miller PhD 1961 Suanne McDaniel Comfort Suzanne Evans Hearnes Sharon Niday Ronchetto Jolene Marra Schulz Jacquelyn Crane Stamper 1962 Judith Carter Ely 1963 Frances C. Dittrich Phyllis Norton-Towers Diane Stevenson Paradis Linda Ridgeway 1964 Lynne Stuver Baker Judith A. Cunningham H. Jane Blackman Lossing MD Lou Ann Stringham 1965 Susan Keyes Gray Joy Schiffman Masterson Penny Pitman Dale Coe Simons Gail Petri Toedebusch Caryl Wood Bryan 1966 Anne Spearing Adam Judith Nell Arni Carole Kubach Butts

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Daisy Willis Grossnickle Constance Beal Lohr Nancy Stuver Wallingford 1967 Mary Lee Jahn Kathleen Knabb Mary Oates Nesladek Brenda Nicholls 1968 Katrina Harry Cochran PhD Lollie Zander Reed Deborah Hook Wheat 1969 Lucile A. Church Shelley E. Dale Marjorie Thomas Gutelius Linda Sublett Hutton Carol Connery Murdock Barbara Gibbs Ostmann Carole Propp 1970 Kristine Lowe Hackleman Catherine Larson PhD 1971 Priscilla Bacon Atwell Candice Elliott Rogers 1972 James R. Ford Anne Middleton Foster Robert J. Lang Carol Siegel Turner Anne Cartwright Young PhD 1973 Steven S. Fishman Paulette Sipp Ford Robert J. Lang Cherie Lejeune Leimkuehler James T. Proctor Anne Cartwright Young PhD Larry D. Young 1974 Mary Kovacs Biskup Barbara Balyeat Fishman

Steven S. Fishman Janice Mosiman Flebbe Anne Middleton Foster Bertha Garcia Helmick Kathy Jones McCormick James T. Proctor Jo Long Whitesides 1975 Jerry R. Amend Nathaniel S. Bohannon Jr. Sallie Christen Coley Jacques T. Craig Jill Ehrman Craig Robert E. Florence Sr. James A. Girdner Phyllis Whitesides Hardin Sheree R. Lowe Amos E. McMiller Stephen G. Rowley Robert M. Rybacki Jerry P. Screeton 1976 Jerry R. Amend Col. Duane H. Bartrem USA Ret. Frederick T. Crawford Lawrence A. Fogel Lester D. Halmrast Penny Rafferty Hamilton PhD James Hardin Jr. MSgt. George H. Kerner Ret. Edward L. King Edward J. Petersheim Calvin S. Posner EdD Greg Raper Jerry P. Screeton Larry D. Young 1977 Charles W. Bair Nathaniel S. Bohannon Jr. Jacques T. Craig Jonathan W. Davis Debora Ledet Dillard Christopher E. Egbert Lawrence A. Fogel Lester D. Halmrast Alan D. Harris MSgt. George H. Kerner Ret. George H. Ousley Jr.

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James H. Parker Richard S. Pryor Robert X. Schmitz Carol Siegel Turner 1978 Charles W. Bair Martin A. Baloga Jonathan W. Davis James F. Infelt Col. Charles E. McGee USAF Ret. Sandra Bruce Nichols MD Norma R. Nyberg George H. Ousley Jr. Cheryl A. Ritchie Michael K. Schicker Laura Vits Vogel Jo Long Whitesides 1979 George D. Barry Harold Brewer Debora Ledet Dillard Gregory A. Logan Barre L. Shepp 1980 Michael D. Alsip Clyde A. Barton Harold Brewer Cheri Lefman Hendrix Sandra Bruce Nichols MD Joseph V. Ostuni Suzanne Pomeroy Ready Susan Wilson Solovic SMS Jaime L. Vargas-Jimenez USAF Ret. Joyce Johnson Walker 1981 John S. Gleason June Viner Hurdle SGM Ray Jones Jr. Ret. René White Massey David D. Mull Edward J. Petersheim Suzanne Pomeroy Ready Marie J. Vellis Mary Kuecker Wahonick

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1982 Avery J. Babineaux Jr. George D. Barry Walter E. Bixby III Jennifer Banks Hallam Ronald R. Hart Cheri Lefman Hendrix William J. Johnston Colleen O’Connor McClary Donald R. Wahonick Jr. 1983 June Viner Hurdle Gary A. Massey PhD Colleen O’Connor McClary Mary Kuecker Wahonick 1984 Sandra L. Kruse René White Massey Rick W. Powell Jonathan J. Romey George R. Tyree LTC Barry D. Whiteside Ret. Janice Cordray Whiteside 1985 Avery J. Babineaux Jr. Cheryl A. Brodrick Monique Bruce Caldwell CWO John C. Crawford II Ret. Blair F. Foley Sandra L. Kruse Christopher C. Linger Gary A. Massey PhD Mary B. Mueller Angela Burgess Peregoy James R. Peregoy Michael R. Perkins Robert M. Walker 1986 Thomas R. Gossett Lisa Hardesty-Jones George T. Hasler Michael L. Himmel Peter N. Kladis Rick W. Powell Thomas R. Sheffield Janice Cordray Whiteside

1987 CWO John C. Crawford II Ret. Blair F. Foley Peter L. Hiltner David R. Kreiner Lon W. LeMaster Judith L. Marsden Gary W. Meader James M. Pasley Angela Burgess Peregoy James R. Peregoy Paul F. Poelker Pauline M. Szabelak Robert M. Walker 1988 Monique Bruce Caldwell Karrie M. Gleason James T. Mosele Mary B. Mueller Cynthia Creasy Ruffolo David D. Russell Ramona Lucas Smith Karen St. Clair Taylor Beverly Phillips Thomas 1989 Charles R. Cooke Thomas A. Elliott Jane Shook Floyd Rebecca Gross Highland Wayne M. Knapp Michael R. Perkins Paul F. Poelker Leasa E. Richards-Mealy Karen St. Clair Taylor Eddie L. Whittaker 1990 John A. Cruise Louis Longo Gayla Grossnickle Miller Leasa E. Richards-Mealy Wendy Mertz Slifka Wendy S. Spratt Thomas C. Williams James C. Wright

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1991 William D. Hoy Greg N. Johnston Judith L. Marsden Lisa Autenrieth Schnieders Richard H. Seamans Tresa Keel Swindle Llona Paul Weiss 1992 Bruce Martin Frank Musial Steven E. Passen Sherri S. Pelzel John L. Randolph Beverly Phillips Thomas Cathy L. Whitfield 1993 Tessie L. Ballard Darrell W. Bonine Stacey Young Goodale Kerri McBee-Black Alice K. Moy Joe Reardon James C. Rothwell Carol Winkler Robert J. Zey 1994 Gregory W. Adank Spencer S. Blodgett William J. Brogan Anthony Callisto Jr. Thomas M. Comiskey John P. Cook Edward G. Ghiglieri PhD William D. Hoy Paula Jarrett Keeney Anthony A. Paladino Terrie Wilkerson Pyke John L. Randolph Larry D. Reed Ramona J. Russell Edgar L. Smart Sr. Scott D. Vinciguerra EdD 1995 Mary Nischbach Brooks Melody Rosson Carrier Arval E. Cogdill

John P. Cook Reginald C. Doctor Jennifer L. Herborn Peter L. Hiltner Karen M. Hudson John M. Hunter Judith Cone Johnson Dana T. Kee Donald B. Ruthenberg PhD Cathy L. Whitfield 1996 Emy A. Aninzo Lisa Robb Armstrong Rudolph D. Baca Arval E. Cogdill Thomas M. Comiskey Karen Daciek Sonya R. Garrett Bryan W. Gillispie John M. Hunter Teresa Davis Hunter Michael S. Jenkins Velda A. Kossuth Marcia Bunten Machens Robin A. Miltimore Kenneth A. Parrett Paul E. Rosenberg Richard C. Simone Sarah Grossnickle Swindle Shirley Tempelmeier Watkins PsyD Theodore P. Watson Britta L. Wright 1997 Marilyn Abney-Warner Emy A. Aninzo Thelma Byrd Arthur Vernon R. Arthur Bobby L. Artis Reginald C. Doctor William D. Hansen Karen M. Hudson Randall D. Hutton Nancy Gorman James Richard F. James MSG Darryl L. Jones USA Ret. Gwendolyn G. Morrison Gary D. Robinson John H. Tromans Jr.

1998 Linda Henderson Arman Ann M. Campanella Michele Zanzano Cotner Lane Murawski Elcan William C. Elcan II Sara Russell Frickenschmidt Jessica A. Gamet Randall D. Hutton Velda A. Kossuth RenÊ White Massey Sandijuen L. Nesbitt-Williams Anthony A. Paladino Ina Agan Peoples 1999 Bobby L. Artis Thomas E. Atkins III Hon. Andre L. Barnes Tonia M. Compton PhD Kathryn R. Ferguson Thomas R. Gossett Kimberly A. Jordan Bruce J. McDaniel Joshua M. Muder Siobhan Clancy O’Donnell Karen Mueller Pasley Jill Salzman Perrigo Eric R. Poehlein DC Raymond J. Robinson Lisa DiCenzo Rodgers Ramona J. Russell Victoria Bishop Ryan Randal A. Schenewerk Brian G. Tremper C. David Treviranus John W. Weakley 2000 Keith A. Abernathy Marilyn Abney-Warner Moses O. Adeniyi Retha M. Barron Tanya Clatterbuck Martha Eberhard Tara Harmon Griffin Bradley Jenks Christina Westermeir Koahou Scott C. Nietzel James B. Rowlett Brian G. Tremper

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John H. Tromans Jr. Frederick A. Van Den Abbeel Michael W. Van Duser Jason J. Ziegler 2001 Thelma Byrd Arthur Andre L. Barnes Jeanette Rose Gold Andrew J. Grzella Tyler V. Hargis Karen M. Hudson Christina Westermeir Koahou Dennis M. Lemma RenĂŠ White Massey Bruce T. McKinnon Jennifer Cornwell Mesker Michael C. Morrison Karen Mueller Pasley Leslie Grigg Phillips Ramona J. Russell Michael W. Van Duser Barbara Crespi Warn John W. Weakley 2002 Crystal Spears Aulbur Retha M. Barron Dara R. Bradley Kristi Donald Burk Traci C. Ciepiela Sean M. Dooley Lari Doolittle Honness Alison Carey Houston Gerald A. Mealy Cynthia Fotti Potter Christopher A. Reimer Robert T. Ronkoski Curtis J. Sanders Carmelitha Starr Randall R. Wall 2003 Winder J. Montano Aliendres Brian D. Bilderback Kimberly A. Bonine Michelle Green Brooks Melissa Neterer Carroll Melody Borders Cordes Nicolette A. Ferretti Michael T. Garver

Daniel C. Henderson Donald G. Masden Gerald A. Mealy Michael A. Natale Jerry S. Patton Sherri S. Pelzel Ivan Pena Sr. Leslie Grigg Phillips Roberta Haxton Ramsay Joseph J. Savopolos Kelly A. Scutt Dr. Katherine E. Skibiski DPT 2004 Sharon A. Abernathy James D. Borders Sheila Carroll Ann Cross-Fleury Elizabeth D. DeWitt Tyler V. Hargis Stephanie Faler Johnson Theodore E. Krause William H. Leeper Catherine Snell Patton Jerry S. Patton Jimmy L. Pegues John A. Schiffman Jr. Hon. Dorinda Nordeen Stayton John W. Weakley Jason J. Ziegler Amber Zykan-Finkelstein 2005 Jamie L. Alexander Thelma Byrd Arthur William L. Burak Lisa J. Callisto Dion J. Edon Sr. Sara Russell Frickenschmidt Clint L. Gioielli Lori E. Henry Lari Doolittle Honness Doris Fitzpatrick Hougland Eileen Johnson MacCombie Stacy A. Maskey Kyle A. McGerald Constance Nichols Cynthia Fotti Potter Felisha M. Richards Stacy L. Rowlett Dottie Zulpo Taylor

Justin C. Williams Ryan S. Yager 2006 Michael J. Arendall John M. Balloni Jr. Ellis R. Benus James D. Borders Dara R. Bradley Tammie M. Busch William L. Cook Jessica A. Gamet Bryan W. Gillispie Teresa M. Henning Lori E. Henry Margaret L. Mangum Melissa Montgomery Carberry Anthony A. Paladino Catherine Snell Patton Cynthia Fotti Potter Megan B. Ramsey Joseph J. Savopolos Daniel L. Squires Michael C. Terhune Kara K. Vedum 2007 Jamie L. Alexander Stacy L. Blakley Eleanor Mosher Gillispie Ashley Bonine Gosseen Thomas J. Granger Tiffany Hargis Theodore R. High Roberta E. Jeter Stephanie Faler Johnson Amanda Johnson Kossuth Dennis M. Lemma Sara Kianmehr McGerald Emmett B. Pickard Felisha M. Richards Stacy L. Rowlett Katherine Zumwalt Wheeler Britta L. Wright Amber Hardaway Yager 2008 Scott E. Bernstein Gay A. Christy Thomas J. Coke Karen M. Francis

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Diane Schindler Hibbs Joshua C. Howard Victor Icenhower Reyhan Filiz Jamerson Michelle Hunsicker Reimer 2009 Richard W. Boucher Oliver P. Brilhante IV Scott A. Bush Eric Z. Clem Ronald S. Denley Ashley Bonine Gosseen Diane McFadden Gray Lindsey Jenks Amanda Johnson Kossuth Lana M. Le Mons Kristen Stevens Lines Neal R. Lines Catherine Snell Patton Christopher A. Reimer Bryan W. Sappington Heidi Stuckenschneider Saylor Dottie Zulpo Taylor David Vlachynsky Patrizia Lewis Wilkshire William S. Wright David D. Yutzy 2010 Phillip R. Armstrong Scott E. Bernstein Terry J. Bocklage Connie Johnson Cheek Amanda M. Claudio Joan Cotton Deboe Jonathan L. Dudley Maureen Rafferty Forgette Bryan W. Gillispie Thomas J. Granger Eric Kuersteiner Kristen Stevens Lines Ronald L. Reed Jennifer Burchard Sears Matthew W. Shuff Jennifer E. Stroetker William E. Summers Matthew R. Taylor Barbara Crespi Warn David D. Yutzy

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2011 Lisa Robb Armstrong Todd M. Boyd Scott A. Bush Victor M. Camacho Sahira Ramos Cano William J. Donaldson Diane McFadden Gray Kent C. Griffiths Rochelle M. Hamm Eva S. Jensen Velda A. Kossuth Roxanne Porter Kutch Stacy A. Maskey Brenda A. McKinney Joseph A. Morris Rande Richardson Trischa L. Splitter Angelyn Holz Taylor Mary Flickinger VanHouten Elizabeth W. Weise 2012 Phillip R. Armstrong David S. Bales Terry J. Bocklage Richard W. Boucher Amanda Johnson Kossuth George M. Lewis II Megan Christensen Means Justi D. Montague Tara Plemmons Orozco Richard C. Simone Gary Stanowski Patrizia Lewis Wilkshire 2013 Christina I. Baker Oliver P. Brilhante IV Bonnie Brouder Hon. Gerald T. Brouder Hon. PhD Misty Phillips Bush Scott A. Bush Sahira Ramos Cano Connie Johnson Cheek Susan Batley Fisher Thomas F. Vincenc

Tribute Honor Roll In Honor of In Honor of Ryder D. Baker Harold D. and Rebecca A. Baker In Honor of Gerald T. Brouder Hon. ’13 PhD Anonymous Anonymous Edward S. and Karen Beckstrom Terry J. Bocklage ’12 and Rebecca J. Gordon-Bocklage Sarah A. Brinkmeier Carl J. David J. Theresa Genova Kathy M. Gress Gary W. Hall John Hardy Debra L. Hartman Lori E. Henry ’06 Alan Hilliard EdD David W. Humphrey PhD Paula Jarrett Keeney ’94 and John G. Keeney II PhD Marjean R. Knokey Thomas C. Larsen Keith W. McIver Cindy Miller Roderic Mitchell Mary F. Morgan Jeffrey C. Musgrove PhD Christopher T. Peck Betsy Quade Lyndon L. and Deborah A. Russell Michael A. Siegel Stephen H. Stephany Greg J. Stratman PhD and Teresa Stratman Don S. Stumpf EdD Brian G. Tremper ’00 Andrea Wolff-Yakubovich In Honor of Robert P. Burchard Greg N. Johnston ’91 and Patricia Churchill Gene Koepke Daniel L. and Sandy Scotten

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In Honor of Columbia College Alumni Board Michael B. and Susan Y. Davis In Honor of Michael B. Davis John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph In Honor of Dennis W. Geisler Amanda Johnson Kossuth ’09 ’12 In Honor of Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66 Charles W. Digges Sr. and Kathryn Digges In Honor of Anthony S. Marshall PhD Tracy Marshall In Honor of Col. Charles E. McGee ’78 USAF Ret. Ramona McAfee In Honor of Lizbeth Metscher Winder J. Montano Aliendres ’03 and Trina Montano

“I think Columbia College should be proud of our alumni, and the building is a testament of that support. Without them taking part in committees and donating to the cause, the science building would not be possible. I hope the building inspires future alumni to give back as well.” — MacKenzie Booth, senior, page 20

In Honor of Dr. Lawrence W. West Tyler V. Hargis ’04 and Tiffany Hargis ’07 In Memory of In Memory of Jack L. Batterson Hon. ’96 John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph In Memory of Roy W. Beal Roy W. Beal Joey L. French In Memory of Charles J. Bobbitt AC Cleaners Management Incorporated Keith Brown Robert P. and Faye C. Burchard Monique Bruce Caldwell ’88 and Kevin Caldwell Elaine S. Elliott J. M. Huether George W. Hulett Jr. and Jeanne Hulett David T. Logue Susan M. Metten Jennifer Mulcahy Susan K. O’Keefe Wendy Mertz Slifka ’90 and Douglas F. Slifka Barbara B. Sweat In Memory of Molly Thomas Bowden ’02 Boone County Sheriff’s Department Patricia A. Columbus Beverly Phillips Thomas ’92 and David O. Thomas

In Memory of Joyce Brydges Cathy Routon In Memory of Sheila L. Brynjulfson ’94 John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph In Memory of Preston E. Burchard Nancy Doub Lyons Diane Berry O’Hagan ’59 and David C. O’Hagan In Memory of MSGT William E. Dardis ’85 ANG Anthony Callisto Jr. ’94 and Lisa J. Callisto ’05 In Memory of Hortense P. Davison Lucile A. Church ’69 and Joseph R. Zuvanich In Memory of Michelle Eads-Shelley ’72 Cherie Lejeune Leimkuehler ’73 In Memory of Patricia A. Eich Timothy M. Ireland PhD Patricia A. Needles In Memory of Sue Fidler ’45 Lois Adams Miller ’45

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In Memory of Florence Ramseyer Gilmore ’40 Stephen V. and Sharon Gilmore In Memory of Berdine Hamilton Sheffield Kathleen Knabb ’67 In Memory of Dorothy Jacobs Hatfield ’41 Kay Jacobs Sells ’38 and O. V. Sells In Memory of Pamela McClure MD Kyle A. McGerald ’05 and Sara Kianmehr McGerald ’07 In Memory of Richard J. Metscher Michael J. Arendall ’06 and Andrea N. Hunting In Memory of B. D. Simon Jr. Charles W. Digges Sr. and Kathryn Digges William M. Fuchs DDS Milt Harper Mary Sue Heine Linda Hillis George W. Hulett Jr. and Jeanne Hulett Alvaro Munoz Jane Keithley Parham ’36 Genie Banks Rogers Milo J. Spurgeon MD and Norma J. Spurgeon Stephanie Westwood Rothermich In Memory of Wilhelmina J. Stuver Lynne Stuver Baker ’64 and Douglas L. Baker Dolores J. Johnson Richard E. Jones Michael Kateman Nadine F. Kenney Marilyn Byler Mundell ’55 Oakshire Homes Association Incorporated Lollie Zander Reed ’68 and Edwin A. Reed III Marlys Enabnit Thedinger ’47 and Robert Thedinger

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Businesses, Churches, Foundations, Organizations AC Cleaners Management Incorporated Airport Advertising, Inc. Akers Ferry, Canoe Rental, Inc. American Association of University Women American Endowment Foundation Anthony W. Rollins Educational Aid Fund Trust Assistance League of Mid-Missouri Benton Square - School House Grill and Varsity Lounge Big Lots, Inc. Boone County National Bank Boone County Sheriff’s Department Brad Gaines Advertising & Promotional Products CenturyLink The Charles and Betti Saunders Foundation Chevron Humankind Employee Funds Christian Church - Disciples of Christ Columbia College Student Government Association Columbia College Residence Hall Association Columbia Police Officers Association Commerce Bank Community Foundation of Central Illinois Dodd Foundation, Inc. Drury Inn Emerson Hermetic Motor Division Family Video First Community National Bank Fishman Family Fund Furniture Bank of Central Ohio Goldman Sachs Gives The Fred and Dorothy Heinkel Charitable Foundation The Insurance Group, Inc. J and V Dillon Fund J. B. Reynolds Foundation Johnston and Associates Inc. Johnston Paint & Decorating Kent Jewelry Kiwanis Clubs of Columbia Kroger (Rolla) L.C. Betz Associates, Jewelers LaRose Enterprises Lincoln Financial Advisors M. E. & V. MFA Foundation MFA Inc. Charitable Foundation

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Spark MFA Oil Missouri Colleges Fund N. H. Scheppers Distributing Co. Oakshire Homes Association Incorporated Paul’s Furniture Phelps County Bank Pixelated, LLC Red Door Gifts The River School, Inc Rolla Books & Toys Shelter Insurance Foundation Simon Oswald Architecture Splash Designs State Farm Companies Foundation Tara Day Spa Taylor’s Jewelry United Way of Central New Mexico Violet Sunshine The Walton Family Foundation Wayne and Jo Behymer Charitable Fund Wiggins Abstract

Scholarships and Awards Honor Roll “Give Me Liberty” History Scholarship Amanda Johnson Kossuth ’09 ’12 Elizabeth W. Weise ’11 AAUW Eva Johnston Scholarship American Association of University Women

Achievement Scholarship in Online Education William J. and Sonya A. Carney Jerry S. Patton ’04 and Catherine Snell Patton ’06 ’09 Ernest R. Wren III AHE Endowment for the Sciences Joseph T. Angley PhD Stacy L. Blakley ’07 and Steven C. Blakley Fred R. Browning David W. Byland Raymond H. Carlson Patrick Feehan PhD Suzanne E. Kacenas David I. Kramer Jenny L. Maples Patricia S. McCallum Sarah A. Mounter PhD Chris A. Schneider Carmelitha Starr ’02 Robert M. Ybarra PhD Alla Mae Baker Memorial Scholarship Constance Nichols ’05 and Bob Nichols ALMM/PLA Assisting Women’s Achievement Scholarship Assistance League of Mid-Missouri Althea and John Schiffman Ethics Scholarship Kevin J. and Michelle R. Shipp Anthony S. Marshall Scholarship Award in Business Administration Anthony S. Marshall PhD Tracy Marshall Larry D. Reed ’94

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Anthony W. Rollins Award Anthony W. Rollins Educational Aid Fund Trust James T. Mosele ’88 and Janet Mosele Art Scholarship Peter N. Kladis ’86 and Patricia Kladis Raschel A. Relford Bob Burchard Celebration of Excellence Scholarship L’Mont and Kathi Betz Walter E. Bixby III ’82 and Tracy Bixby Boone County National Bank Lisa G. Bynum Melissa Montgomery Carberry ’06 and Joseph Carberry Neil A. Carr Greg N. Johnston ’91 and Patricia Churchill Russell E. and Betty Cobb Donald and Faye Cope Charles and Evelyn Crews Judith A. Cunningham ’64 Nancy Doub Lyons Martha Eberhard ’00 and Dale Eberhard Mark A. and Joan Foreman Robert W. and Karen J. Fry Thomas R. and Susan S. Gray Tara Harmon Griffin ’00 and Scott T. Griffin Victoria P. Griffin Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66 and Skip E. Grossnickle Andrew J. Grzella ’01 and Dr. Katherine E. Skibiski ’03 DPT Helga S. Huang PhD George W. Hulett Jr. and Jeanne Hulett Bradley Jenks ’00 and Lindsey Jenks ’09 William J. Johnston ’82 and Janice Johnston Johnston and Associates Inc. Gene Koepke L.C. Betz Associates, Jewelers Lincoln Financial Advisors Lincoln Financial Foundation Robert W. and Nancy Maupin Heidi R. Miles Diane Berry O’Hagan ’59 and David C. O’Hagan Michael J. Polley PhD and Mary Paulsell Charles and Garnet L. Payne Gregory and Lana L. Poole Mary Jane Potrafka ’56 and Richard D. Potrafka Robert and Connie Pugh John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph Timothy and Lisa Reed Donald B. Ruthenberg ’95 PhD and Janet E. Ruthenberg Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 and Bill Schulz

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Daniel L. and Sandy Scotten Jennifer Burchard Sears ’10 Shelter Insurance Foundation Simon Oswald Architecture Patrick A. Smith MD and Karen D. Smith Karen St. Clair Taylor ’89 and Lonnie Taylor The Insurance Group, Inc. W.B. and Ruth Tichenor Janet Carter Wright ’58 and Marvin E. Wright Larry D. Young ’76 and Anne Cartwright Young ’73 PhD Boone County Endowed Scholarship Cynthia E. Baker Boone County National Bank Brad Gaines Advertising & Promotional Products Gwendolyn Crane Cockrell ’58 and George F. Cockrell Commerce Bank Terry and Vicki L. Dunscombe Tara Harmon Griffin ’00 and Scott T. Griffin Daniel C. Henderson ’03 and Dawn R. Henderson Virginia Jacob Itschner ’55 Johnston Paint & Decorating Mr. & Mrs. Larry E. Mead H. Jerry Murrell MD and Beverly Murrell MD Barbara E. Phillips Gilbert Ross Jr. MD and Donna H. Ross James C. Rothwell ’93 and Suzanne Rothwell Donald M. Rowland State Farm Companies Foundation Russell V. Thompson PhD and Ruth A. Thompson Boone County National Bank Endowed Scholarship Boone County National Bank CenturyLink Foundation Scholarship CenturyLink Chuck Bobbitt Softball Scholarship AC Cleaners Management Incorporated Keith Brown Robert P. and Faye C. Burchard Monique Bruce Caldwell ’88 and Kevin Caldwell Elaine S. Elliott Emerson Hermetic Motor Division J. M. Huether George W. Hulett Jr. and Jeanne Hulett David T. Logue Susan M. Metten Jennifer Mulcahy Susan K. O’Keefe Wendy Mertz Slifka ’90 and Douglas F. Slifka

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Wendy S. Spratt ’90 Barbara B. Sweat Robert Veit Class of 1939 Scholarship Community Foundation of Central Illinois Ellen Lohnes Paullin ’39 Class of 1949 Scholarship Virginia Jones Sinclair ’49 Class of 1951 Scholarship Mary Humphrey Tompson ’51 and Clifford W. Tompson Ida Cockrill Yuille ’51 Coffey Poehlein Family Scholarship Paul O. and Barbara Poehlein Colonel Charles E. McGee Scholarship Andre L. Barnes ’01 George D. Barry ’82 and Margaret A. Barry Gene Baumann Justin J. Baumgartner Dr. Nancy R. Bishop Newton DM Capt. William G. Bond USN Ret. Jason H. Brockman Stacey Bybee Robert N. Carden Sheila Carroll ’04 Amanda K. Childress Amanda M. Claudio ’10 Thomas Condry CWO4 John C. Crawford II ’87 Ret. and Anita E. Crawford Amy L. Darnell PhD Tery L. and Cecelia Donelson Adrain F. Dudley Kent C. Griffiths ’11 Robert A. Guffin PhD Myles A. and Lora R. Hinkel Robert M. Hyatt Christine A. Johansson MSG Darryl L. Jones ’97 USA Ret. SGM Ray Jones Jr. ’81 Ret. William R. Kenny Carl E. Kirk Christina Westermeir Koahou ’01 David I. Kramer David R. Kreiner ’87 Ronald D. Lewis II

Kristina S. Marcum Gary A. Massey ’85 PhD and René White Massey ’84 ’98 ’01 Ramona McAfee Christopher R. McGee Col. Charles E. McGee ’78 USAF Ret. Joseph M. Meredith PhD Debra M. Miles Gary A. and Margaret J. Oedewaldt Michael J. Polley PhD and Mary Paulsell Col. Mike Randerson USAF Ret. and Carole Randerson Christopher A. Reimer ’02 ’09 and Michelle Hunsicker Reimer ’08 Karen A. Ryabchenko Heidi Stuckenschneider Saylor ’09 and Aron M. Saylor Randal A. Schenewerk ’99 Girlie Naomi N. Sison Edgar L. Smart Sr. ’94 Heather M. Smith John D. Smith ’02 and Susan Smith Kenneth C. Smith Russell I. Stone Michael C. Terhune ’06 Robert M. Walker ’87 Theodore P. Watson ’96 Andrea Wolff-Yakubovich Ernest R. Wren III James C. Wright ’90 Amber Zykan-Finkelstein ’04 Columbia College Alumni Association (CCAA) Scholars Program Anonymous Lynne Stuver Baker ’64 and Douglas L. Baker Avery C. Bourne Melissa Montgomery Carberry ’06 and Joseph Carberry Melissa Neterer Carroll ’03 and Jeff Carroll Tanya Clatterbuck ’00 and Thomas Clatterbuck Tonia M. Compton ’99 PhD Michael B. and Susan Y. Davis Jonathan L. Dudley ’10 Martha Eberhard ’00 and Dale Eberhard ExxonMobil Foundation Sonya R. Garrett ’96 Andrew J. Grzella ’01 and Dr. Katherine E. Skibiski ’03 DPT Marjorie Thomas Gutelius ’69 and Jay N. Gutelius June Viner Hurdle ’83 and Bob Hurdle William J. Johnston ’82 and Janice Johnston Florence Larsh ’49 Lana M. Le Mons ’09

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William H. Leeper ’04 and Emma Leeper Gary A. Massey ’85 PhD and René White Massey ’84 ’98 ’01 Joshua M. Muder ’99 and Ann Muder Penny Pitman ’65 Peggy Lamke Price ’43 Suzanne Pomeroy Ready ’81 and Thomas E. Ready Lollie Zander Reed ’68 and Edwin A. Reed III Candice Elliott Rogers ’71 and Paul F. Rogers Shelter Insurance Foundation Dale Coe Simons ’65 and James K. Simons DDS State Farm Companies Foundation Carol Winkler ’93 and Darrell Winkler William S. Wright ’09 and Julie Wright Computer and Information Science Scholarship Todd M. Boyd ’11 Tyler V. Hargis ’04 and Tiffany Hargis ’07 Cougar Club Scholarship Matthew E. Brock Edwin A. Burchard Robert P. and Faye C. Burchard Melissa Montgomery Carberry ’06 and Joseph Carberry Lisa A. Conner Eric R. Cunningham PhD and Allyson M. Presley Bryan L. and Ashley Curtis Billy Davis Michael B. and Susan Y. Davis George Derrieux Tery L. and Cecelia Donelson Sean M. Dooley ’02 and Nikki Dooley Kelly P. and Cindy Enright Arlin F. Epperson PhD and Mary Epperson ExxonMobil Foundation Henry Fisher III Robert W. and Karen J. Fry Charles G. and Jean Gibbens Warren L. and Karen Harms Joseph L. Henderson Alison Carey Houston ’02 Linda Sublett Hutton ’69 and Robert C. Hutton John D. and Julie Klein Kimberly A. Kliegel Theodore E. Krause ’04 and Julie K. Krause Gregory A. Logan ’79 and Sandra Logan PhD Nancy L. Lombardi Megan Christensen Means ’12 and Nathan E. Means PhD Michael C. Morrison ’01 and Rita Morrison Quintin Norris

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Charles and Garnet L. Payne Bhisham K. Perti Jr. Mary Jane Potrafka ’56 and Richard D. Potrafka Cynthia Fotti Potter ’05 ’06 William A. and Karen Pragman John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph Bryan W. Sappington ’09 Joan Sayers Robert L. and Carol Ann Smith John M. Utley Brian E. and Paula Wager Barbara Crespi Warn ’01 ’10 and March L. Warn LTC Barry D. Whiteside ’84 and Janice Cordray Whiteside ’86 LTC Barry D. Whiteside ’84 Ret. and Janice Cordray Whiteside ’86 Carol Winkler ’93 and Darrell Winkler Cunningham Emerging Leaders Program Judith A. Cunningham ’64 Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66 Scholarship Gayla Grossnickle Miller ’90 and Richard A. Miller Daniel Scotten MBA Scholarship Daniel L. and Sandy Scotten Shelter Insurance Foundation David O’Hagan Music Scholarship James F. Infelt ’78 and Susan W. Infelt M. E. & V. Dr. Ronald D. Taylor Memorial Scholarship Michael R. Perkins ’89 Emelda Harris Scholarship Althea M. Harris Frances Dillingham Family Endowment John A. and Nancy Dillingham Frank S. Westling Scholarship Marilyn Abney-Warner ’00 Tawfiq I. Ali Samuel A. Bartlett Jeffrey E. Benson William Bloch Gwen M. Blotevogel Darrell W. Bonine ’93 and Kimberly A. Bonine ’03 Harold Brewer ’80 Stacey Bybee

Fernando T. Conde Daniel J. D’Alesio Jr. John DeNigris Christina M. Dolan Dion J. Edon Sr. ’05 Tony Gaskew Dennis W. Geisler Christine A. Johansson Andrew J. Kalinen Carl E. Kirk Gary A. Massey ’85 PhD and René White Massey ’84 ’98 ’01 John McGowan PhD and Ludmilla V. Westling Nathan B. Miller Mary B. Mueller ’88 Gary A. and Margaret J. Oedewaldt Zabet E. Rayes Cristhian L. Restrepo Brett S. and Evelyn S. Rogers Karen A. Ryabchenko Lee A. Stanton Hector M. Villanueva Cathy L. Whitfield ’95 and Dean C. Whitfield David D. Yutzy ’09 ’10 Froman Singer of the Year Award Dennis M. and Elaine T. Grev Nollie G. Moore Jr. and Julia Moore General Scholarship Marilyn Abney-Warner ’00 Tonia M. Compton ’99 PhD Charles W. Digges Sr. and Kathryn Digges Martha Eberhard ’00 and Dale Eberhard Robert E. Florence Sr. ’75 and Mary A. Florence Maureen Rafferty Forgette ’10 William M. Fuchs DDS Stephen V. and Sharon Gilmore James Hardin Jr. ’76 and Phyllis Whitesides Hardin ’57 ’75 Milt Harper Suzanne Evans Hearnes ’61 Mary Sue Heine Linda Hillis George W. Hulett Jr. and Jeanne Hulett Kiwanis Clubs of Columbia Cherie Lejeune Leimkuehler ’73 Lillian Norris Metts ’57 and Julian C. Metts Jr. DDS Ida Horn Monroe ’52 Alvaro Munoz Barbara Gibbs Ostmann ’69 and Wilfred C. Ostmann

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Jane Keithley Parham ’36 Barbara Downs Phipps ’45 Joyce Murphy Robbins ’57 Genie Banks Rogers Milo J. Spurgeon MD and Norma J. Spurgeon State Farm Companies Foundation Stephanie Westwood Rothermich George Ann and Sidney Larson Scholarship Frances C. Dittrich ’63 Catherine Larson ’70 PhD Deborah Hook Wheat ’68 George H. Ousley Jr. and Gayleen Ousley Veterans Service Center Endowment Tery L. and Cecelia Donelson MSgt. George H. Kerner ’77 Ret. and Alice M. Kerner Jayme Krizanich George H. Ousley Jr. ’78 and Gayleen Ousley Georgia Kateman, RN Nursing Scholarship Eric R. Cunningham PhD and Allyson M. Presley Donald Kateman Michael Kateman Robert D. and Donna Kateman Robert T. Kateman Bob G. and Mary L. Mace Paul and Kimberly S. Ryan State Farm Companies Foundation Glenna Mae Kubach Accounting Scholarship Carole Kubach Butts ’66 and James A. Butts Grev Scholars Endowment Mark A. and Joan Foreman Hartley G. Banks, Sr. Scholarship Jennifer Banks Hallam ’82 and Jeffery M. Hallam Genie Banks Rogers Helen B. Maupin Scholarship Helen Black Maupin ’45 Helga S. Huang Scholarship Helga S. Huang PhD C. David Treviranus ’99 Jack L. Batterson Scholarship Lynne Stuver Baker ’64 and Douglas L. Baker John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph George R. Tyree ’84 and Sarah Tyree

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Jackolyn Lois Barnhouse Memorial Scholarship John B. Barnhouse and Carla McFarland Susan C. Dunham William T. Wells James and Betty Allen Braham ’42 Music Scholarship Barbara Sanborn James and Betty Braham ’42 Science Scholarship Barbara Sanborn James C. Miller Award Airport Advertising, Inc. Chris Bartels Jacqueline Timmons Brewer ’45 Marilyn Monroe Dickie ’49 and Alex Dickie Barbara Miller Sikes ’49 Carolyn Miller Stern ’47 Jane Froman Smith Memorial Scholarship Anonymous Caryl Wood Bryan ’65 and Rev. James J. Bryan Cynthia Shutt Cirome ’60 and Alfred J. Cirome Vera Jacobs Coats ’47 and Russell Coats Karen M. Francis ’08 Winnette Glasgow Dennis M. and Elaine T. Grev Gloria J. Heidengren Michael Kateman Carol S. Kennedy Constance Beal Lohr ’66 Robert L. and Carol L. Mahurin Carol A. Peck James A. Pegolotti and Stephen Sosin Linda Ridgeway ’63 Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 and Bill Schulz Stephen Sosin and James A. Pegolotti John and Sarah Yonker Religious Studies Scholarship Rev. Dr. John J. Yonker and Sarah Yonker Judy Carter Ely Scholarship Judith Carter Ely ’62 and Lt. Col. Douglas C. Ely Ret. Patricia Holloway Hardin ’57 and Donald Hardin Julia Sara Dooley Memorial Scholarship Richard and Judith M. Rhodes

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Lincoln Financial Advisors Scholarship Neil A. Carr Mark A. and Joan Foreman Lincoln Financial Advisors Lincoln Financial Foundation

Montgomery Volunteer Service Scholarship Melissa Montgomery Carberry ’06 and Joseph Carberry Roxanne Porter Kutch ’11 and Wesley Kutch Daniel L. and Sandy Scotten Shelter Insurance Foundation

Lois J. Erdman Award Anonymous

Nursing Scholarship Bradford Brockmeier Thomas F. Vincenc ’13

Luella St. Clair Endowment Tonia M. Compton ’99 PhD Margaret Courter Memorial Award John A. Courter Marilyn Henderson Robbins ’43 Music Award Anonymous Marsha Robbins Eaton Meredith Robbins Black Mary Isabel Omer Scholarship C. David Treviranus ’99 Metscher Scholarship David D. and Susan J. Alexander John B. Barnhouse and Carla McFarland Anne D. Hessler Lizbeth Metscher Michael C. Morrison ’01 and Rita Morrison Cathy Routon William T. Wells MFA Scholars Endowment MFA Foundation MFA Inc. Charitable Foundation Michael Boudreaux Scholarship Henry Fisher III Molly S. Thomas Bowden Memorial Scholarship Boone County Sheriff’s Department Vicki L. Brooks Melody Rosson Carrier ’95 and Joseph J. Carrier PhD Columbia Police Officers Association Patricia A. Columbus Jennifer L. Herborn ’95 Eva S. Jensen ’11 Roberta U. McKee PhD Bruce T. McKinnon ’01 and Eutropia McKinnon Beverly Phillips Thomas ’92 and David O. Thomas Matthew W. Thomas

Saunders Family Nursing Endowment Betti Friedel Saunders ’42 The Charles and Betti Saunders Foundation Sheila Brynjulfson Memorial Scholarship Rev. Raymond Bowden and Lucy K. Bowden Susan M. Koopmans John L. Randolph ’94 and Angela Randolph Sid Larson Art Award Julie Bowdish Dickinson ’59 and Don L. Dickinson Anne Middleton Foster ’74 and William K. Foster Marion E. Warn Skinner Family Scholarship David D. and Susan J. Alexander Benjamin Boone David W. Byland Vickie K. Davis Dana T. Kee ’95 David C. Miller Michael C. Morrison ’01 and Rita Morrison Sarah A. Mounter PhD Terrence M. Nelson Patti R. Skinner Thomas Jefferson History Scholarship Tonia M. Compton ’99 PhD Diane Berry O’Hagan ’59 and David C. O’Hagan Wilhelmina and Leonard Stuver Endowed Scholarship Lynne Stuver Baker ’64 and Douglas L. Baker Columbia College - Alumni Association Dolores J. Johnson Richard E. Jones Michael Kateman Nadine F. Kenney Marilyn Byler Mundell ’55 Oakshire Homes Association Incorporated Carole A. Palmer Lollie Zander Reed ’68 and Edwin A. Reed III Marlys Enabnit Thedinger ’47 and Robert Thedinger Nancy Stuver Wallingford ’66 67

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Dr. William H. Resha Scholarship Redstone Arsenal, AL Campus James D. Foster Jeffrey K. Purcell Morris W. Savage Lavelle W. Smalley Naval Air Station Lemoore Campus Scholarship Lemoore, CA Campus Eddie D. Bittner Carol B. Braun David O. Calhoun Paul D. Grenseman Glen A. Parsons Joseph J. Savopolos ’03 ’06 and Kathleen Savopolos Bryon P. Spicci C. John Keith Scholarship Los Alamitos, CA Campus Christina I. Baker ’13 Sarah A. Bereiter F. Sutter Fox William J. Hull David M. Paltin San Diego Campus Scholarship San Diego, CA Campus Ezenwayi C. Amaechi Joanne P. Carrubba Joseph C. Hankinson Lindsay C. Jacobs San Luis Obispo Campus Scholarship San Luis Obispo, CA Campus Jerry N. Lulejian Edward Halloran Scholarship Denver, CO Campus Jeffrey E. Benson Dr. Nancy R. Bishop Newton DM Beverly A. Chico PhD Amanda M. Claudio ’10 Timothy J. Davis Karen E. Duffala Richard G. Ferrell Allison C. Friederichs PhD Donald K. Gibson John S. Gleason ’81 and Karrie M. Gleason ’88 Judith A. Hamilton Michael S. Jenkins ’96

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Charles O. Jordan Jr. Christopher R. McGee Kurt L. Miller PhD David D. Mull ’81 Kenneth J. Perry Wayne A. Ruegge Nefeli H. Schneider PhD Cynthia M. Shnaider Russell I. Stone Judy A. Thomas Andrea Wolff-Yakubovich Vladimir B. Zivkovic PhD Stephen B. Jamison Scholarship Denver, CO Campus Linda Henderson Arman ’98 and Jesse B. Arman PhD Donald K. Gibson Charles O. Jordan Jr. Nefeli H. Schneider PhD Cynthia M. Shnaider Wallace T. (Tabe) Lovin Scholarship Jacksonville NAS, FL Campus John P. Bolin Raymond H. Carlson Laura J. Caton-David Elizabeth H. Couch Bertina J. Cruce EdD Michelle D. Drewry Gary D. Farrar Christopher J. Farrell Frederick R. Ferrin Yvonne S. Fischer Shannon R. Hartley Deborah L. Jones Norma E. Jones William E. Mabee Deborah R. McGarry Cassandra D. Ryder William G. Shultz James M. Simpson Michael L. Stanley Galya J. Taborn Shelby Walden John H. Waltbillig Jr. David C. Walton

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Metro Jacksonville Campus Scholarship Jacksonville, FL Campus Marcella M. Barton PhD Laura J. Caton-David James D. Ewing Jr. Yvonne S. Fischer Gary W. Hall Deborah R. McGarry Delores S. Melton Galya J. Taborn Orlando Campus Scholarship Orlando, FL Campus Maged M. Abdelrazek Joseph T. Angley PhD Douglas W. Baker Kimberly A. Boren-Dumas Benjamin S. Boutty Dane A. Bowman Audrey J. Brown Michael A. Bush Rose M. Carter Terry F. Clark Edward J. Culhan Carol L. Dorn Paul K. Eckstein William A. Eppright III James D. Ewing Jr. Ileana R. Felipe Thomas M. Franz PhD Dr. Gregorio Garay Jr. ABD Clint L. Gioielli ’05 Alvin M. Goffin John W. Griesser PhD John A. Grist Judge Robert L. Hamilton Coolidge J. Hargrett Gordon A. Hasse Jr. Troy E. Hawk James S. Herndon Robert W. Hicks Therese E. Higgins PhD Doris Fitzpatrick Hougland ’05 and Erik S. Hougland Andrew Howard Jr. Mark J. Kehoe Robert J. and Debra J. Lecocq Dennis M. Lemma ’07 Kelly A. Leonhard PhD Gary D. Lessord Vicki A. Luna PhD Mabel M. Machin

Jorge A. Martinez-Soto Touckay L. McCurdy Adolf R. Mizzell Rochelle D. Morris Raymond F. Newman Siobhan Clancy O’Donnell ’99 Judith N. Opoliner Sherell D. Perkins John P. Phillips Howard A. Pulker Jelitza E. Rivera Eric W. Saegebarth Suzan I. Sarhan Arriean A. Schemer Robert X. Schmitz ’77 and Rachel A. Schmitz William G. Shultz Edwin M. Souza Michael D. Sperr Robert M. Stein Carlene M. Sterling Joseph M. Thomas David A. Travland PhD and Rhonda W. Travland Chalon C. Young Jason J. Ziegler ’04 Patrick Air Force Base Campus Scholarship Patrick Air Force Base, FL Campus Jeffrey J. Barrows Belynda J. Cain Maureen L. Groome Gregory R. Karavanich Kelly A. Leonhard PhD Robert J. Ludwiczak Joseph B. McGoldrick Albert T. Moy Jeffrey C. Musgrove PhD Mary E. Netzler Jaime E. Noriega Eliana M. Petersen Fort Stewart Campus Scholarship Fort Stewart, GA Campus Ronald D. Aikens EdS and Mary K. Aikens Retha M. Barron ’02 Connie L. Bernal Richard W. Boucher ’09 ’12 and Kimberly B. Boucher Maureen T. Morales Bozovich Aaron K. Brewer Heather B. Brock Stephanie L. Bucy Jacqueline R. Caruana

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Richard J. Conroy Sylvia A. Dorminey Richard C. Dunbar Jefferson G. Edgens II PhD Joel E. Fleming Steven W. Freenor Charles E. Hall Davida M. Harris Lind P. Hollingsworth Russell D. Keevy Peyton L. Lingle Mary D. Loggins Bryan D. Logie Anne L. McDaniel Thomas E. Morgan PhD Jimmy L. Pegues ’04 Renwick K. Pulwarty David A. Purvis Heather S. Ramsey Joseph L. Rayman Errol A. Roach Tonya H. Ruffin Curtis J. Sanders ’02 and Luella M. Sanders Clara L. Schueler Amy L. Schuler Bryan T. Shaw PhD Ellisha M. Smith William M. Solomons Sr. Janet C. Spencer Daniel L. Stallings Don S. Stumpf EdD LaTriece Y. Tanksley Ellen M. Thompson PhD Crystal A. Vazquez Natasha M. Webster Nathanael E. Wright Hunter Army Airfield Campus Scholarship Hunter Army Airfield, GA Campus Anthony K. Adams James M. Adams Moses O. Adeniyi ’00 Ronald D. Aikens EdS and Mary K. Aikens Vonette C. Allen Richard W. Boucher ’09 ’12 and Kimberly B. Boucher Stephanie L. Bucy Elaine S. Campbell Terri S. Carter Jacqueline R. Caruana Edward Clark Jr. Jennifer S. Furlong Thomas R. Gossett ’99

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Barbara L. Haas Dynese K. Hall Davida M. Harris Terry S. Heaton Lind P. Hollingsworth Russell D. Keevy Mary D. Loggins Anne L. McDaniel Monica McGoldrick Kimberly Nixon Heather S. Ramsey Errol A. Roach Tonya H. Ruffin Curtis J. Sanders ’02 and Luella M. Sanders Ellisha M. Smith William M. Solomons Sr. Daniel L. Stallings LaTriece Y. Tanksley Raquel S. Taylor Andrew P. Terhune Nathanael E. Wright Ignacio Arias Memorial Scholarship Crystal Lake Scholarship, IL Campus John L. Altman David F. Arieti Jean L. Beard William J. Brogan ’94 Rocco A. Cimmarusti Tracey L. Connor David L. Cook Glenn B. Gelman Daniel J. Gibbons Debra L. Hartman Katherine A. Kelley Laura L. King Thomas P. McGuire Kathleen R. McNamara James L. Miller Dennis J. Murray Frank Musial ’92 Cathryn J. Perfetti Michael B. Phelps George Psaras Christopher Ruckoldt Vicki A. Santos John G. Schwarm James A. Sisto George R. Thompson Armando Valdes Rivera Dawn L. Valdes-Wagner

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Excellence in Education Scholarship Elgin, IL Campus Marilyn Atamian Jean L. Beard Edward S. and Karen Beckstrom Toni L. Carter Rocco A. Cimmarusti David L. Cook Samuel J. Lopez James L. Mazurek Kathleen R. McNamara James L. Miller George Psaras James A. Sisto George R. Thompson Freeport Campus Scholarship Freeport, IL Campus Sarah A. Brinkmeier Thomas J. Michels Lake County Campus Scholarship Lake County, IL Campus Walter E. Adams Sharon C. Allen Steven P. Allen David F. Arieti Peggy S. Berry Dino L. Bryant PhD Donald S. Burleson Ann M. Campanella ’98 Mark S. Covalt Geno M. Erickson Evan Finer Michael A. Fletcher PhD Cassandra E. Gordon Fletcher Thomas J. Granger ’07 ’10 Melissa J. Hart Mildred E. Johnson Katherine L. Kennedy Myron F. Kowalski Henry L. Kulik Marlene V. Lindemann Samuel J. Lopez Dennis P. McSherry Michael K. Meyerhoff PhD Robin A. Miltimore ’96 Frank Musial ’92 Joel C. Okafor Anthony A. Patricelli Bridgett K. Payseur Michael B. Phelps

Jane M. Pickens David A. Pituch Erica K. Poremba Mary E. Powell Wayne R. Pratt Ribhi I. Salhi Stephen J. Scheller Joseph J. Sebek Joyce M. Speechley Carrie L. Steckl August Stieber Loretta M. Swanson Linda S. Thorne Shailendra Verma PhD Jon Weimer PhD Kimberly A. Wooten Evening Campus Scholarship Evening Campus, MO Campus David D. and Susan J. Alexander Benjamin Boone Leslie G. Borgmeyer Jerrell D. Brenner David W. Byland Ileana A. Constantinescu Susan C. Dunham James J. Earhart PhD and Beth H. Waters-Earhart Colleen R. Field Jane Shook Floyd ’89 and Joseph E. Floyd Michael T. Garver ’03 Maher Jaafari Dana T. Kee ’95 Tim C. and Leslie Larkin David C. Miller Sarah A. Mounter PhD Douglas and Betty Overall Sherri S. Pelzel ’92 ’03 Matthew J. Rhinehart Christian T. Ricks David A. Rosman Frank H. Shulse Nicholas and Nancy J. Spaeder Bobby D. Van Stavern, Jr. Honor Scholarship Fort Leonard Wood, MO Campus Faron K. Adamson Jamie L. Alexander ’07 Robert N. Balenton Kenneth V. Bentele David M. Chirban David T. Howlett Olivia K. Kerwin

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Beverly D. Morris Gary D. Robinson ’97 Dottie Zulpo Taylor ’05 ’09 Carolyn J. Winterowd Evander Andrews Memorial Scholarship Fort Leonard Wood, MO Campus Robert N. Balenton Brian D. Bilderback ’03 Yvonne Brady Margaret O. Brown William A. Callahan David M. Chirban Amy L. Clark Timothy M. Cruise Jonathan W. Davis ’78 Steven F. Eberharter Maria I. Fussell Dennis W. Geisler Wayne D. and Linda C. Gifford Donald A. Hayden Peter L. Hiltner ’95 David T. Howlett Christine A. Johansson Carl E. Kirk Kellie C. Kowalski Sandra L. Kruse ’85 David L. Largent Ronda L. Lowe Gerald A. Mealy ’03 and Leasa E. Richards-Mealy ’90 Beverly D. Morris Kelly W. Murphy Andrew Reeves Molly M. Remer Gary D. Robinson ’97 Michael A. Siegel Dottie Zulpo Taylor ’05 ’09 Carolyn J. Winterowd Joshua Richards Honor Scholarship Fort Leonard Wood, MO Campus Gregory W. Adank ’94 William D. Anderson Tessie L. Ballard ’93 Margaret O. Brown Amy L. Clark Jonathan W. Davis ’78 Steven F. Eberharter Dennis W. Geisler Lawrence W. Hardwick David T. Howlett

Christine A. Johansson Olivia K. Kerwin David L. Largent LaRose Enterprises Ronda L. Lowe Gerald A. Mealy ’03 and Leasa E. Richards-Mealy ’90 Beverly D. Morris Molly M. Remer Felisha M. Richards ’07 Gary D. Robinson ’97 Ramona J. Russell ’01 Carolyn J. Winterowd Jefferson City Campus Scholarship Jefferson City, MO Campus Blanca I. Acosta Steven Adelman Katharine E. Appuhn-Hodges Katherine R. Barnes Kaye D. Bertels Kenneth A. Blanton Terry J. Bocklage ’12 and Rebecca J. Gordon-Bocklage Crystal L. Buffaloe Tammie M. Busch ’06 and James A. Busch Larry P. Coen Melody Borders Cordes ’03 and Thomas W. Cordes Randall W. Crawford Eric L. Davis Rebecca D. DeNeve Ladonna D. Ellis Jane V. Frazier Guyla G. Gardner Jonathan D. Garoutte George T. Hasler ’86 Arturo A. Hernandez III Henry T. Herschel Julian A. Hertzog David W. Humphrey PhD Raymond Hune Randall D. Hutton ’98 and Debby Ferguson Hutton ’06 Kimberly A. Jett Bradley W. Jones Paul E. Jungmeyer PhD Briehan K. Larson Bruce J. McDaniel ’99 David E. and Mildred D. Nelson Diane L. Ooton Tara Plemmons Orozco ’12 Mary J. Parker Kenneth A. Parrett ’96 Stan J. Payne

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Ina Agan Peoples ’98 Andrew Reeves Christopher A. Reimer ’02 ’09 and Michelle Hunsicker Reimer ’08 Luther W. Sanders Jr. Lisa Autenrieth Schnieders ’91 and Craig G. Schnieders Allison M. Selin Eugenia A. Siegel Mark A. Singer PhD Nicholas and Nancy J. Spaeder Mary J. Stafford Doug E. Starr Laramie M. Thompson Courtney E. VanLacy Karen S. Westin Bradley W. Wing Elizabeth L. Ziegler Kansas City Campus Scholarship Kansas City, MO Campus Ledrue G. Bolder James D. Borders ’04 ’06 Cinda R. Chapman Michael P. Demarea Christopher M. Finn Timothy D. Hamilton Kristina S. Marcum Jorge A. Martinez-Soto Deanna M. Mathison Cindy Miller Elizabeth R. Taylor Jon Weimer PhD Phil Davis Scholarship Lake of the Ozarks, MO Campus Steven Adelman Vernon R. Arthur ’97 and Thelma Byrd Arthur ’01 ’05 Susan L. Bowden William A. Callahan Gary L. Carrender Gay A. Christy ’08 Linda Claycomb Ann Cross-Fleury ’04 and Samual A. Fleury William O. Green Joan L. Hodapp Randall D. Hutton ’98 and Debby Ferguson Hutton ’06 Mary Ann Johnson PhD Suzanne M. Kercher Joe F. Luetkemeyer PhD and Mary A. Luetkemeyer PhD Maryon R. Moncrief Cinda K. Muruato Ronald E. Page

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James M. Pasley ’87 and Karen Mueller Pasley ’01 Rayleen L. Platter Diana R. Roberts Shirley Tempelmeier Watkins ’96 PsyD Joseph R. White Cathy L. Whitfield ’95 and Dean C. Whitfield Constance H. Wyrick Moberly Campus Scholarship Moberly, MO Campus David W. Byland Randal A. Schenewerk ’99 Robert S. Taylor Frieda Hawks Academic Excellence Scholarship Rolla, MO Campus Dennis W. Geisler Daniel J. Slais Rolla Faculty Memorial Scholarship Rolla, MO Campus Jordan Alexander Steven P. Allen Walter and Irene Stratman Educational Opportunity Endowment Rolla, MO Campus Lenora A. Ainsworth Steven P. Allen Kenneth V. Bentele Connie L. Bernal Stacy L. Blakley ’07 and Steven C. Blakley Elbert H. Bolsen Michael S. Brooks Margaret O. Brown Christiane C. Dalton Michael J. Deslongchamps Peggy L. Gray Edward J. Harvey Peter L. Hiltner ’95 Christine A. Johansson Velda A. Kossuth ’98 ’11 Jenny L. Maples Maryon R. Moncrief Beverly D. Morris Stephen J. Nobel Kenneth A. Parrett ’96 Jorge Porcel PhD Gary D. Robinson ’97 Sheryl R. Sandhaus Greg J. Stratman PhD and Teresa Stratman

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Julie A. Stumpe Dottie Zulpo Taylor ’05 ’09 Matthew T. Vogeler Leonard A. Wall John D. Wiggins Carolyn J. Winterowd Kelly R. Witsberger PhD Robert M. Ybarra PhD Jack Smith Law Enforcement Scholarship Springfield, MO Campus Sara Russell Frickenschmidt ’98 ’05 and Daniel M. Frickenschmidt Springfield Campus Scholarship Springfield, MO Campus James M. Brown Robert K. Farquhar Scott L. Hall William V. Pippin Patrizia Lewis Wilkshire ’09 ’12 Dr. Charles W. Kullmann Scholarship St. Louis, MO Campus Kristi Donald Burk ’02 and Charles W. Burk Judy Chapman Georgia K. Christian Terry L. Conrad John P. Cook ’95 Gary L. Corbin Kimberly R. Dondanville Maurice B. Egeston Constance L. Fisher Sarah J. Grafeman Carol L. Hake Matthew E. Hoffman Brown Harry W. Jarvis William R. Kenny Alan D. Lester Gwendolyn G. Morrison ’97 and Mark A. Morrison Kevin M. Mungai Brett S. and Evelyn S. Rogers Robert T. Ronkoski ’02 and Pamela S. Ronkoski James B. Rowlett ’00 and Stacy L. Rowlett ’07 Mark R. Spaid Guido G. Stucco PhD The River School, Inc Jerry E. Timke Pauline D. Von Hoffer Amber Zykan-Finkelstein ’04

Fort Drum Campus Scholarship Fort Drum, NY Campus Teresa M. Henning ’06 Matthew J. Kirkwood William E. Dardis Scholarship Hancock Field, NY Campus John M. Balloni Jr. ’06 Kimberly E. Bender William L. Burak ’05 Donald A. Burrows Jennifer A. Byrnes Stephen Calabrese Anthony Callisto Jr. ’94 and Lisa J. Callisto ’05 Stephen R. Carpenter Thomas O. and Penelope S. Cason Susan M. Conklin Matthew J. Doran Michael Evans James N. Giannettino John Hammill Lari Doolittle Honness ’02 ’05 Joyce E. Howland PhD Lockheed Martin Corp., Matching Gift Program Terry A. McMaster Gary W. Meader ’87 Michael A. Natale ’03 Russell J. Nemecek Joseph V. Ostuni ’80 Anthony A. Paladino ’98 ’06 Trevor M. Quig Raymond J. Robinson ’99 Maurice J. Sheedy Matthew W. Shuff ’10 Jaclyn S. Sullivan John H. Tromans Jr. ’00 and Jean M. Tromans Fort Sill Campus Scholarship Fort Sill, OK Campus Kurtis J. Koll PhD Robert K. Pine Christopher L. Wike PhD NWS Charleston Campus Scholarship Charleston NWS, SC Campus Eugene C. Bolchoz Roland E. Chaffee Robert A. Durbin Robert M. Hyatt Patricia S. McCallum Kelly J. Owen Errol A. Roach

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William Worth Scholarship Fort Worth, TX Campus Nikeya R. Anderson Nona F. Appel Walter C. Belcher Tammy K. Calhoun Brenda Cole PhD Scott A. Cushion Charles P. Foley Anthony Giardino John Hardy Michelle J. Iten Alicia Lupinacci PhD Margaret L. Mangum ’06 James T. Moore Jr. Kenneth E. Newell James E. Oglesby Terry R. Rigsby Jr. William E. Smith Jr. Alan D. Traverse John W. Weakley ’01 ’04 James L. Withers Salt Lake City Campus Scholarship Salt Lake, UT Campus Mark E. Barrett Douglas W. Bermingham Ronald B. Bolander Christina T. Cloutier Scott T. Duncan Andrew J. Kalinen Ricky S. Martin Claire Peterson David A. Phillips Marlin Struhs Gary T. Wilson Harry A. Carter Memorial Scholarship Marysville, WA Campus David S. Bales ’12 Karen S. Buehlmaier Andrea M. Cahan Robert N. Carden David L. Danley Reginald C. Doctor ’97 Gregory L. Doudna Jeffery S. Gentry Travis A. Hammond James C. Hanken John R. Hornor Richard W. Huling PhD

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Margaret J. Johnson Manuel G. Juzon Ron L. Kercheval Thomas C. Larsen Remy S. Leonard Michael R. McMahon Mark D. Ondrake Jose G. Pol Delgado Debra J. Polanco Edwin C. Reep Tracey A. Rollins Michael F. Sarchet Lawrence A. Sather James L. Tucker Timothy W. Williams Whidbey Island Campus Scholarship Whidbey Island, WA Phillip A. Bernhardt-House Darin R. Hand Patricia Hernandez John R. Hornor Edward G. Hunter Marjean R. Knokey Kathy J. Larson Cynthia K. Meuchel Rae W. Newstad PhD Edwin C. Reep Maurice D. Stanley Judy A. Thompson Randall R. Wall ’02 Timothy W. Williams Online E-Scholarship Online Campus Keith A. Abernathy ’00 and Sharon A. Abernathy ’04 William T. Ackerman Jr. Gregory W. Adank ’94 Ronald D. Aikens EdS and Mary K. Aikens David D. and Susan J. Alexander Jordan Alexander Janet M. Bagby Jeffrey J. Barrows Samuel A. Bartlett Carmen L. Beck Barbara K. Bickford Dara R. Bradley ’02 ’06 Lisa Browning Paul G. Burgan Michael D. Burkhead Scott A. Bush ’13 and Misty Phillips Bush ’13

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Stephen Calabrese David O. Calhoun Tammy K. Calhoun Elaine S. Campbell Thomas O. and Penelope S. Cason Matthew Chrenka Arval E. Cogdill ’96 and Myla Cogdill Herbert M. Cohen Fernando T. Conde John P. Cook ’95 Carroll W. Highbarger and Betty J. Crawford Frederick T. Crawford ’76 and Elaine Crawford Timothy M. Cruise Ronald R. Curry Scott A. Cushion Daniel J. D’Alesio Jr. Robert M. Delorme Jeanie V. Douglas Satya R. Dutta PhD Shannon Einspahr Gayle Elliott Thomas A. Elliott ’89 Michael D. Engber Ann Esarco Michael Evans James D. Ewing Jr. Colleen R. Field Jerry C. Findley Donald W. and Patricia A. Fischer Brian Ford Stephen M. Fugitt Jessica A. Gamet ’98 ’06 Daniel J. Gibbons Randall S. Gibbs Mary E. Giovannini Joseph A. Gogel Brandon L. Gold ’05 and Jeanette Rose Gold ’01 Ashley Bonine Gosseen ’07 ’09 and Dieke W. Gosseen Joseph Govednik Terry S. Heaton Jeffrey Heilbrunn Alissa C. Hill Karen M. Hudson ’97 ’01 Richard W. Huling PhD Randall D. Hutton ’98 and Debby Ferguson Hutton ’06 Richard F. James ’97 and Nancy Gorman James ’97 Michael S. Jenkins ’96 Kendall Johnson Anthony G. Jordan Manuel G. Juzon Beth Kane

Joyce G. Keitel Angela L. Kinworthy James Koshar Kenneth A. Maddox Marie Main Willa A. Mann William F. Mason Deborah A. McAndrew John P. McHale Kimberley P. McHale PhD Steven D. McQueen Gerald A. Mealy ’03 and Leasa E. Richards-Mealy ’90 Brian R. Merriman Kurt L. Miller PhD Phillip C. Miller Jr. Adolf R. Mizzell Maryon R. Moncrief Michael C. Morrison ’01 and Rita Morrison Ronald A. Moser Jeffrey C. Musgrove PhD John N. Nelson Russell J. Nemecek Mary E. Netzler Douglas H. Nickelson Louise Ochoa Renee L. O’Daniel Gary A. and Margaret J. Oedewaldt James E. Oglesby Diane L. Ooton Andrew A. Ovienloba Laura M. Parker Stan J. Payne Jill Salzman Perrigo ’99 Daniel R. Pettus Leslie Grigg Phillips ’03 David A. Pituch Melissa J. Poole Ernie Powell Ronald D. Pridgin Molly M. Remer Clyde J. Remmo Eric S. Roark Lisa DiCenzo Rodgers ’99 Brett S. and Evelyn S. Rogers Kenneth E. Rose Tonya H. Ruffin Karen A. Ryabchenko Curtis J. Sanders ’02 and Luella M. Sanders Lawrence A. Sather Travis D. Satterlund Thomas R. Scheira

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Excel Randal A. Schenewerk ’99 Ruth Claire Shawhan Benny G. Shriver Bonnie L. Smedley Heather M. Smith Joseph L. Smith Michele T. Smolik Jeffrey R. Snider Gigi A. Sofia

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Susan G. Stelford Courtney C. Stephens George C. Stone Jeffrey C. Stone PhD Walter G. Swartz Linda S. Thorne Alan D. Traverse Melinda A. Treftz Lori L. Wegner

Jon Weimer PhD Roger K. Wiebusch Stephen A. Williams Elizabeth A. Wilson Lora M. Winslow James L. Withers Nathanael E. Wright Youlong Zhuang Amber Zykan-Finkelstein ’04

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Volunteer Honor Roll Columbia College expresses gratitude to the following alumni, friends and staff who have generously given of their time and talent in support of the institution and its mission. Columbia College Board of Trustees

Amy Darnell PhD Columbia, MO

Robert W. Maupin Columbia, MO

Chair Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66 Columbia, MO

Jerry D. Daugherty Columbia, MO

Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 Columbia, MO

Gary R. Drewing Sr. Columbia, MO

Dale Coe Simons ’65 Driftwood, TX

Joseph P. Dubinski ’96 Kansas City, MO

Susan Wilson Solovic ’80 St. Louis, MO

Secretary Janet Carter Wright ’58 Columbia, MO

Steve Erdel Columbia, MO

Rev. Brad Stagg Columbia, MO

Mark A. Baisley ’93 Littleton, CO

Julie K. Estabrooks PhD Columbia, MO

Anita Abbott Timmons ’58 Saint Simons Island, GA

Walter E. Bixby III ’82 Kansas City, MO

Steven S. Fishman ’74 Omaha, NE

Carol Winkler ’93 Columbia, MO

Judith A. Cunningham ’64 Scottsdale, AZ

George W. Hulett Jr. Columbia, MO

Columbia College Alumni Association (CCAA) Board of Directors

Treasurer Tanya Clatterbuck ’00

Vice-Chair Richard L. Montgomery Columbia, MO

President Martha Eberhard ’00 President Elect William H. Leeper ’04 Secretary Melissa Neterer Carroll ’03 Immediate Past President Dale Coe Simons ’65

Alumni Board of Trustees Member Carol Winkler ’93 Lynne Stuver Baker ’64 Avery C. Bourne Tonia M. Compton ’99 PhD Kimberly G. Craig ’12 Susan Y. Davis Jonathan L. Dudley ’10 Sonya R. Garrett ’96 Andrew J. Grzella ’01 Marjorie Thomas Gutelius ’69

William J. Johnston ’82 Michael Kateman Lana M. Le Mons ’09 René White Massey ’84 ’98 ’01 Penny McQueen ’07 Nollie G. Moore Jr. Joshua M. Muder ’99 Janette Nichols ’00 ’02 Penny Pitman ’65 Suzanne Pomeroy Ready ’81 Lollie Zander Reed ’68 Norris E. Tanner ’10 Johnette D. Van Dien ’09 William S. Wright ’09

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Energize Tradition Meets Tomorrow Campaign Steering Committee Campaign Convening Chair Anita Abbott Timmons ’58 National Campaign Steering Committee Chair Walter E. Bixby III ’82 National Campaign Steering Committee Vice Chair June Viner Hurdle ’83 Mark A. Baisley ’93 Gerald T. Brouder Hon. ’13 PhD Jason D. Black Avery C. Bourne Mary Brown Melissa Montgomery Carberry ‘06 Sallie Christen Coley ’75 Jerry D. Daugherty Susan Y. Davis Nathan D. Fleischmann Sandra Garrett Daisy Willis Grossnickle ’66

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Andrew J. Grzella ’01 Susan Hardwick M. Frederick Hawthorne PhD Myles A. Hinkel Michael Kateman Lindsay Young Lopez Nathan E. Means PhD Joseph R. Miller ’90 Nathan B. Miller Nollie G. Moore Jr. Sandra A. Nichols ’91 Kevin J. Palmer Col. Mike Randerson USAF Ret. John L. Randolph ’94 Suzanne Rothwell Jolene Marra Schulz ’61 Dr. Ralph Silverio Dale Coe Simons ’65 Ramona Lucas Smith ’88 Terry B. Smith PhD Frank L. Somer Jr. PhD Kevin C. Sprouse ’04 Jason S. Swindle Sarah Grossnickle Swindle ’96 Carol Winkler ’93 Rev. Dr. John J. Yonker

Fishman Center for Entrepreneurship Advisory Board Chair Terry B. Smith Vice Chair Steven S. Fishman ’74 Secretary Melissa Butler Charles W. Haubiel Myles A. Hinkel Greg N. Johnston ’91 Michael W. Kateman R. O. Maly Ronald M. Marotta Roger D. Miller ’78 Kimberly S. Ryan Paul Ryan Sean P. Siebert Susan L. Solovic ’80 Sally S. Wells

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Cougar Club Scholarship Fund Steering Committee Kathi Betz L’Mont Betz Faye C. Burchard Robert P. Burchard Charles Crews Dale Eberhard Martha Eberhard ’00 Cynthia N. Fotti ’05 ’06 Karen J. Fry Robert W. Fry Andrew J. Grzella ’01 Karen Harms Warren L. Harms Janice Johnston William J. Johnston ’82 Kimberly A. Kliegel Gene Koepke James D. Peterson Linda Duckworth Peterson ’99 Carol Winkler ’93 Darrell Winkler Athletic Hall of Fame Committee Faye C. Burchard Robert P. Burchard Sallie Christen Coley ’75 Susan Y. Davis Andrew J. Grzella ’01 David A. Heath ’80 Bradley Jenks ’00 Gene Koepke Lizbeth Metscher Wendy S. Spratt ’90 Carol Winkler ’93

Lake of the Ozarks Community Advisory Committee Kimberly A. Bonine ’03 Melissa Neterer Carroll ’03 Linda Claycomb Jan Dungan Carolyn M. Haggerty Clemens E. Haggerty MD Jean Evans Harrison ’50 Michael E. Henze

Mary Ann Johnson PhD James Judas Dennis Klautzer Christopher Leslie Mary A. Luetkemeyer PhD Penny Lyons Gary A. Massey ’85 PhD James M. Pasley ’87 Karen Mueller Pasley ’01 Mary Kowalski Pope ’80 John R. Porth Karen Pragman William A. Pragman Col. Mike Randerson USAF Ret. Donald B. Ruthenberg Hon. ’95 PhD Janet E. Ruthenberg Juda P. Schell Kelli K. Schnell Marvin H. Schulteis Wendy D. White ’95

Lake of the Ozarks Campus Affinity Committee Missey Minx Blankenbeker ’10 Melissa Neterer Carroll ’03 Joseph M. Cochran ’12 Trish Creach Susan Y. Davis Martha Eberhard ’00 John G. Keeney II PhD Paula Jarrett Keeney ’94 Kimberly A. Kent John F. LaVanchy ’05 James M. Pasley ’87 Karen Mueller Pasley ’01 Beth Pettitt Rona Schwintek Prater ’08 ’11 Todd Rader Caleb J. Rowden ’10 Lisa Boggs Valenti ’09 Shayla C. Viele ’10 Wendy D. White ’95 Cathy L. Whitfield ’95 Christopher A. Williams ’11

Northern Illinois Affinity Committee Michael C. Bailey ’11 Daniel H. Bolda ’09 Edward J. Drellack ’05 Maureen Rafferty Forgette ’10 Janice K. Richards ’09 Philip C. Horn ’86 Christi E. Hoskins ’03 Melissa Caston Jackson ’09 Michael P. Kazlauskas ’11 Lana M. Le Mons ’09 James F. Marshall ’05 Therese P. Matthys ’12 Joseph M. Nicchetta ’79 Cesar Rodriguez ’10 Victoria Bishop Ryan ’99 David L. Strouse ’80 Lorna-Dee J. Stuart ’11 Johnette D. Van Dien ’09 Tammy L. Voss ’11 Peter J. Walters ’06

“Needless to say, Columbia College made a huge impact on my life; if my donations help the school change another person’s life as it did mine, it’s more than worth it.” — Justin Williams ’05, page 18

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Alumni Relations Volunteers Christina Garriott Ayres ’11 Amber Groves Barringer ’12 Jeffrey M. Barringer ’12 Deborah Bryant Berge ’65 Jess A. Berkey ’07 ’11 Heather Rackers Bisges ’08 Jen Bradley Julienne Sullivan Briggs ’63 Evina E. Brim ’10 Geraldine Cole Campbell ’53 Tanya Howe Cass ’78 Dona Sue Black Cool ’53 Sallie Christen Coley ’75 Kimberly G. Craig ’12 Katie R. DeBroeck Jill M. Dudley ’95 Jillian Clark Facella ’10 Steven S. Fishman ’74 Heidi Fuhrman Gayle Price Gibb ’73 Mitch A. Gosney ’13

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Andrea D. Goller ’04 Semaj Grant ’13 Zachary Houston Christal Huber William J. Johnston ’82 Maria Kardon ’09 Cherie Dudley Kemp ’10 Cheston R. Kent ’12 Melissa Jones Lampkins ’02 Courtney N. Lauer-Myers ’11 Phillip M. Lederle ’10 Neal R. Lines ’09 Tara Lukehart Sarah E. Lupescu ’13 Jennifer Wendel Lynch ’00 Nicholas R. Mahlin ’04 Sedel L. Marino ’12 Dan R. Marks ’91 Jaclyn G. McKee ’12 Bradley L. Meinke ’89 Lori J. Meyer ’87 Melissa Montgomery Carberry ’06 Nollie G. Moore Jr. Richard W. Moore ’99 Eric Morrison Brenda S. Myers Genesis Paristt Newsom ’11

Amanda R. Noel ’11 Ryan O’Connell Jill Salzman Perrigo ’99 Monica R. Pfeiffer ’88 Peggy Lamke Price ’43 Jerome H. Rader ’79 Jared J. Reichel Julie Graham Rinehart ’07 Chelsea Robinson Brian M. Schwarze ’04 ’11 Luke Severson Laura Shackelford Kathryn Swearingen Shallenberger ’10 Terri Lammers Stambaugh ’97 Bailye S. Stansberry ’12 Brynne K. Stansberry ’12 David L. Strouse ’80 James F. Sublett ’78 Demond Tauber ’95 Samuel Thapa Brian S. Tveitnes ’07 Lisa Boggs Valenti ’09 Marcia Lister Voss ’73 Julie Everett Watson ’63 Llona Paul Weiss ’91 Larra Sharp Wells ’01 Eric Wiggam ’13 Britta L. Wright ’07 Catlyn Wyatt ’13

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