Gonzaga Magazine Winter 2011
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GONZAGA THE MAGAZINE OF GONZAGA UNIVERSITY | WINTER 2011 Honor Roll 2009-2010 The names of benefactors, alumni, parents and friends who have supported Gonzaga in the past year. PAGE 18 ENDOWMENT REPORT WINTER 2011 VOLUME 1, NO. 2 PAGE 52 Features RESEARCH Today’s students learn science by doing science. Not lab exercises, actual research. PAGE 8 INAUGURATION Dr. Thayne McCulloh, D.Phil., celebrates Gonzaga as a place of dynamic creativity and hope. PAGE 12 Departments PERSPECTIVE A note from President Thayne McCulloh PAGE 1 INBOX Letters to the Editor PAGE 2 THE WALL Jim Day and GAMP Mentoring on Ice Fulbright Reflections Zigzags PAGE 3 OFF CAMPUS AlumNews In Memoriam Chapters To Be Continued… PAGE 58 DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS DALE GOODWIN EDITOR MARNY LOMBARD STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER RAJAH BOSE DESIGN DIRECTOR LOU MAXON (’96) M.INC. 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WEBSITE gonzaga.edu COVER PHOTO Despite huge changes in scientiﬁc equipment, the Petri dish is used more than ever in Gonzaga’s biology classes. - Rajah Bose photo pERSpECTIVE A note from President Thayne McCulloh DR. THAYNE MCCULLOH AND NAOSUKE ITOIGAWA, PRESIDENT OF MUKOGAWA WOMEN’S UNIVERSITY, AS THEY DISCUSS FUTURE EXCHANGES BETWEEN THE UNIVERSITIES. Although the last leaves of autumn have succumbed to the frozen days of winter, I find myself constantly warmed by the spirit of our students, the accomplishments of our faculty and staff, and the many blessings of this year. Thanksgiving ushers in an entire season of giving thanks, and it reminds me personally of friendships, relationships and the many memories made during my days as a student and employee at Gonzaga. Fall at GU is always packed with activity, alive with ’round-the-clock events. This year we had particular opportunities to celebrate. Gonzaga was blessed to host the installation of Spokane’s new bishop, Blase Cupich, at McCarthey Center just before Labor Day; the well-attended event drew over 3,000 children from the schools of the diocese. Under a beautiful blue sky, the 26th Annual Zags Golf Classic generated both goodwill and scholarship support for our fantastic student athletes. Later that same week, we marked the spiritual beginning of the academic year with our annual Mass of the Holy Spirit, celebrated in true Gonzaga fashion at St. Aloysius Church by the rector, Fr. Stephen Kuder, S.J., and the members of the Gonzaga Jesuit Community. our students to restock essentials). Particularly poignant for me was the first-ever reunion of our ROTC alumni, an emotional recognition of our military veterans from World War II to the present. And I must express my deep gratitude to all who prepared, attended and participated in the inauguration events of late October. Our faculty has been hard at work developing support for a series of new, cutting-edge student research opportunities, and this issue features some of the work that opens real opportunities for our students to engage in meaningful scientific inquiry. These endeavors are designed to support our students’ passion for and a capacity to engage more effectively the world and the issues that face us. As this edition of Gonzaga Magazine reaches you, students and faculty alike are busily preparing for final exams, as Advent – a season of expectation – envelops us. This has been another wondrous and remarkable fall. On behalf of our students, Jesuits, faculty and staff – please know that we are very grateful for your constant prayers and support. May the peace of Christ be with you and yours during this holiday season! Seven weeks into the semester we held another recordbreaking Fall Family Weekend, a welcome opportunity for family members to check in with one another (and for WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 1 I think I was among the ﬁrst to write on the wall, under cover of darkness. What is the statute of limitations for wall writing? I better shut up… I’m delighted that GU has embraced the wall. How very Gonzaga! ART DOSSEY (’75), LOMPOC, CALIF. INBOX CASA MADONNA I remember a “major pink paint job” being done on Madonna Hall the summer of ’89, just in time for the returning students. I was a resident assistant that year, and my fellow RA’s and RD lovingly dubbed our home “Casa Madonna.” We even sang our “Aye, yi yi yi, Casa Madonna” song to the freshmen at Orientation that year. I am not sure if this is the year you are referring to, but memories of “Casa Madonna” will live long in my mind. Deirdre Schmid Grieshaber (’90) Buford, Georgia I love the new format for Gonzaga Magazine. Seeing Spireside (partially) brought old memories. I attended my 50th reunion in May and what a pleasure that was. Madonna was a flat cement color when I lived in the hall, 1956-60. I understood GU became coed only six years earlier. It certainly looks antiquated now. I wonder if we look antiquated to the young people on campus, too? Jayne Stanich Dempsey (’60) Gig Harbor, Wash. VISUAL INCLUSION I am so proud to be a Gonzaga graduate; I am pleased to be a part of the longstanding Jesuit history and sensitivity. But I noticed in Gonzaga Magazine, fall 2010, that the photos were not representative of the diversity that I believe exists on campus, and certainly off campus, in Canada for example. I hope that the magazine can show the broad scope of inclusion that we are striving for at Gonzaga. Letters to the Editor Letters to the Editor I would like to see more visual inclusion of all are paid to do this. Heck, I was paid to clean aspects of the cultural diversity that makes up dishes when I was there. As your article points Gonzaga in the magazine. I value the reporting out, there is a connection in those phone calls. on the good things that continue to go on We talk for a few minutes about this or that, and I feel like I have reconnected with the at Gonzaga. Marcy Howarth James (’07) campus. It’s not someone 3,000 miles away Kelowna, British Columbia who is paid by a third party to solicit funds, and keep the lion’s share of the proceeds. If it were, I probably wouldn’t contribute. As the VIVA GONZAGA I was reading the on-line edition of Gonzaga end of the year approaches I know the call is Magazine, and it already had a standing coming… What will we talk about this year? ovation from me. Then I saw the photo of the Tom Combs (’71) Elvis impersonators (Page 8) and had to laugh. Truckee, Calif. Those two Zag fans having a blast as they cheer the Zags? It’s me and Andrew Carrell, recipient MYSTERY ZAG of the 2009 Aloysius Gonzaga Medal. Andrew The new format of Gonzaga Magazine is kept asking me to come and cheer from the absolutely beautiful. And I was amazed at Kennel. I agreed – if he would wear a costume. the amount of interest that was generated by We chose Elvis because the WCC tourney “mystery Zag” James G. McGivern. was to be in Vegas. We had “Viva – Las Vegas” Ray Murphy (’53) and “Viva Gonzaga” signs. You can’t see our Edmonds, Wash. “LMU is Caught in a Trap” sign, but we sure had one fun night in the Kennel. Keep up the beautiful job of word and image, they too GONZAGA AND ITS SCHOOL OF LAW will publish two commemorative books in fall shout, “Viva Gonzaga!” 2012 on their respective 125th and 100th Mark McGregor, S.J. (’88) anniversaries. Filled with pictures and stories Missoula, Mont. that bring to life the vitality and lore of Gonzaga and its Law School over the past CONNECTING WITH CAMPUS “Telefund Callers” was a great article. Every century, these volumes will be beautiful time the phone rings and the caller ID displays coffee-table books. Project managers are a 1-800 number, I cringe – except when the seeking pictures and story ideas from those call comes from Gonzaga’s telefund folks. I who have lived the University and Law actually enjoy that one solicitation for funds School life. Please contact Dale Goodwin, each year. To me, the difference is, it comes firstname.lastname@example.org or 509.313.6133. from the students at GU. Sure, I expect they WE WELCOME YOUR LETTERS! Send your thoughts to email@example.com or to editor Marny Lombard, Gonzaga University, 502 E. Boone Ave., Spokane WA 99258-0070. THE WaLL Gonzaga News + Views ILLUSTRATION BY PETER ARKLE ASK SPIKE Gonzaga has been teaching old Spike some new tricks. Spike’s alter ego, Ask Spike, is upgrading his skills, with texting. Launched in 2004, Ask Spike is an online avatar. “What scholarships are available at Gonzaga?” “Where is the Foley Center?” Ask Spike can answer these questions and more, either on Gonzaga’s Web site or now via text message. Next IT is the ﬁrm behind Ask Spike. Next IT CEO Fred Brown is a Gonzaga alumnus and Trustee. “Our thanks to Next IT for bringing this cutting edge technology to Gonzaga,” said Dave Sonntag, Gonzaga’s assistant vice president for marketing and communications. To reach Ask Spike, text him at 699247 (MYZAGS) or go to gonzaga.edu/askspike. Standard text charges apply. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 3 OUR MISSION: CLIMATE COMMITMENT President Thayne McCulloh, D.Phil., signed the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment in September, renewing and expanding Gonzaga’s longstanding commitment to environmental sustainability. In recent years, the Jesuits and other church leaders have recognized environmental sustainability as a moral imperative. The Climate Commitment was designed to encourage sustainability across all facets of society by modeling that behavior on the nation’s college campuses. “President McCulloh is demonstrating that our commitment to social justice compels us to take concrete steps to become more responsible environmental stewards,” said Brian G. Henning, associate professor of philosophy and co-chair of the University’s Advisory Council on Stewardship and Sustainability. Working with partners across campus, the advisory council will design a plan to monitor and reduce Gonzaga’s carbon footprint. Under the commitment, the University has two years to create a plan for achieving ‘carbon neutrality.’ Gonzaga also will work to make sustainability an integrated part of the educational experience for all students. A recently created major and minor in environmental studies is already among the fastest growing majors on campus. In addition, Gonzaga is joining its regional neighbors in higher education in planning how to infuse stewardship and sustainability across the curriculum. JIM DAY AND HIS ROLODEX Jim Day (’65) may have graduated from Gonzaga GAMP’S GRAMP with a degree in accounting, but don’t label him as the proverbial bean counter. Day has spent the better HELPS NEW part of his professional life giving back to Gonzaga GENERATION. and hundreds of alumni by spearheading the Gonzaga Alumni Mentor Program – also known as GAMP – nearly 20 years ago. GAMP matches Gonzaga students and graduates with mentors who share similar career fields, geographic locations or other interests. The goal is to create relationships that promote networking and better decision-making that can result in increased job opportunities. “We grew from 10 volunteers in 1993 to 250 by 1995,” said Day, who is also a GU Regent. “Our first GAMP chapter was in Seattle, and then we expanded to Spokane and Portland in 1994-95. Today we have more than 2,500 alumni mentors and we’ve helped thousands of GU alums find jobs.” 46 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 In 2011, the Seattle Trek, an employment networking event, celebrates its 10th anniversary. Day credits GU alumnus Sean Thompson (’89) for his role in starting the Seattle Trek. “Sean earned his M.B.A. at Harvard and brought the Trek idea to us from his experience as a Harvard alumnus.” Day’s involvement in the Seattle Trek ranges from coaching students at events to leading and participating in a career development training program. He also works with students in Gonzaga’s School of Law. And to this Day (pun intended), he mentors Gonzaga students and alumni, estimating that he’s helped more than 700 Zags find jobs. “My message to students is this: ‘There are more jobs for people like you, than people like you,’ ” he said. “When you graduate from Gonzaga, you are in the upper two percent of the world in terms of qualifications. The issue isn’t whether there is a need for you in the marketplace; the issue is to know what you want, then go out to find or create it. Networking is the best way to find a job, and your Gonzaga network is filled with golden opportunities.” Day feels more than repaid for his efforts. “I have been a matchmaker, invited to weddings and christenings,” he said. “Life is richer when you extend your help to someone who is in the vulnerable position of looking for a job.” Steve Schennum, professor of electrical engineering, has received a National Science THE WaLL Zigzags Foundation award for $1,175,415 – the largest federal grant ever received at Gonzaga – for equipment to build a ‘Smart Antenna’ laboratory… Norm Leatha, assistant director of the Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program, was named Mentor of the Year at the Fourth Annual Spokane Catalyst Awards for technology. Students and alumni of Gonzaga’s Hogan program jest that half a day is needed to visit with Leatha, who loves his students, current and former, and loves to spend time with them… Jesuit Volunteer Corps reports that 30 recent GU alumni are serving one year – and in four instances, a second year – in wideranging locations, from Peru and Maine, to New Orleans and Alaska. These 2009 and 2010 grads are living simply, supporting women and men who are homeless, ill and in need… Sue Weitz, vice president for Student Life, served this fall as executive dean for Semesterat-Sea. Also aboard: Desmond Tutu, guest faculty member, and 601 students, two of whom are GU students… Eighty-plus Latino high school students from Sunnyside, Wash., came to campus this summer for the four-day Student Leadership Program organized by Secondary Education for Migrant Youth… Gonzaga has been selected as one of 16 schools to host the first and second rounds of the 2012 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament. The Bulldogs also will host the first and second rounds this March at the McCarthey Athletic Center… A great big GU welcome to these new Gonzaga Regents: David Gallant (’75), Pasco, Wash.; Tina Geithner, professor of human physiology; Carl and Lori Grether, Camarillo, Calif.; Kevin Hickey, Paradise Valley, Ariz.; Jim Powers (’79), Denver; Renee Reuther (’87, ’90 J.D.) Las Vegas; Steve Robinson (’82) Seattle; Sr. Kathleen Ross, S.N.J.M., Toppenish, Wash., and Sr. Mary Tracy, S.N.J.M., Sammamish, Wash… A Day for Justice: About 600 Gonzaga students stood up for tolerance, social justice and dignity for all on a sunny October day, countering hate-filled pickets from the Westboro Baptist Church. SEPTEMBER 3, 2010… A JOYOUS OCCASION The installation of Bishop Blase Cupich as Spokane’s sixth bishop ﬁlled McCarthey Athletic Center with joyful celebration on Sept. 3. Cupich now shepherds the 90,000 Catholics who comprise the 80 parishes of the Diocese of Spokane. He comes to Spokane from the Diocese of Rapid City, S.D., where he was bishop. Cupich expressed warm appreciation for Gonzaga. “I consider the presence of Gonzaga University a great grace for the diocese and the wider community. Both the University and the diocese share a common mission in proclaiming the truth of the Gospel, albeit in different ways,” he said. President Thayne McCulloh, D.Phil., responded, “It is Gonzaga’s honor and privilege, as a work of the Society of Jesus and the Catholic Church, to host this joyous event and to actively participate in the welcome of our new bishop.” WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 5 THE WaLL Gonzaga News + Views A HUSKY TEENAGER SLOWLY SWINGS HIS HOCKEY STICK, HIS MOTIONS TENTATIVE. But the puck goes right where he wants. “Score!” cries out goalie Colin McQuilkin, a Gonzaga junior and mentor in this unusual program. Gonzaga’s Special Needs Hockey is about a lot of things – conﬁdence on the ice, increased coordination, basic skating skills, scoring goals. At the top of the list, it’s about the joy of reaching out – and the joy of belonging – for Gonzaga students and Spokane youth with autism. “I think one of the most important parts of this project is the brother-like relationship that forms between the Gonzaga students and the young skaters,” said GU senior Conor Donnelly, president of the hockey club. “These kids look up to us and look forward to coming every week to hang out with us. I return each week because I feel like I am making a real difference in their lives.” “To see the Gonzaga hockey players with the kids is just awesome. They get to have a 1-to-1 experience with a real hockey player,” said Michael Lavoie, father of Jean-Paul Lavoie, who has autism spectrum disorder. When the Lavoies went to pick up Jean-Paul’s equipment, “he wouldn’t take off his helmet until he had to go to bed that night. He was so excited to be a hockey player. We even went to get something for dinner and he wouldn’t eat because it would mean taking off his helmet. He drank through a straw through the wire cage of his helmet.” At the Eagles Ice Arena in Spokane, the young skaters loop circles on the ice, practice slides and shooting goals. Parents on the sidelines and the Gonzaga students have watched these young skaters – mostly boys, all with autism or Asperger’s syndrome – progress from sitting alone outside the arena, to skating with supports, to maneuvering on the rink. “He’s learning the social skills of being a boy. He comes home and says ‘so-and-so hit me with his stick.’ And we talk about it so he knows that is part of the game,” Lavoie says. 6 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 MENTORING ON ICE AUTISTIC YOUTH LEARN SKATING – AND MUCH MORE – THROUGH SPECIAL NEEDS HOCKEY, A GU STUDENT SERVICE PROJECT. Now in its third year, this service project, which is run by Gonzaga’s club hockey program, serves about 10 Spokane youth – with the capacity for twice as many. Organizer Mark Derby, professor of special education, seeks resources to develop other special hockey clubs in Eastern Washington. He wants to give more autistic or special needs youth the chance to play. If you are inspired to help support this program, contact Shane Hatcher, firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTES ON A FULBRIGHT IN DUBLIN BY RON LARGE PROFESSOR OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES Last fall, I had the privilege of teaching in Dublin on a Fulbright Scholar Award. The Irish School of Ecumenics was my host institution; I taught in the International Peace Studies Program. The school is a graduate division of Trinity College Dublin. Along with its sister campus in Belfast, the school explores themes such as conflict, peace and reconciliation. After settling into our apartment, my wife and I accompanied the other Ireland Fulbright scholars on a three-day orientation to Maynooth University. This introduced us to Irish history, politics, culture and most of all the Irish language. We found that how a word looks sometimes has little to do with its pronunciation. I did learn, however, how to order a Guinness in Irish. I taught a course called ‘conflict resolution and nonviolence’ and assisted in another course, ‘peace and the politics of conflict.’ Most of my students were Irish, others came from France, Germany, Romania, Nigeria and even the United States. One was a U.S. Marine lieutenant; another was in the Irish Defense Forces. The two were there to learn about peacekeeping strategies and models for dealing with conflict. All of my students were keenly interested in peace studies. Coming from Gonzaga, the most interesting thing about the program was its structure. Students can take any number of classes. There are no attendance requirements, no exams, quizzes or tests. Students pick four classes out of all those they take and submit an essay of 20,000 words for each. These essays are spaced over the course of the program. For example, my conflict resolution and nonviolence class was over on Dec. 16, but students had until mid-February to turn in their essays. I was grading essays after returning to Spokane. In one sense, classes are fairly relaxed with lots of conversation and dialogue. But it gets pretty hectic when the essays start rolling in. I gave several public lectures. At Trinity College Dublin I spoke on ‘ethics and the language of war and peace.’ This nearly coincided with the Ireland-France match in a qualifying round for the World Cup. I was able to finish before game time. Unfortunately Ireland lost on a disputed call when the referee did not see a hand ball by a French player that resulted in a goal. The Irish are still talking about that one and will be for a while. Most Fulbright scholars are required to do a research project. Mine was to examine the influence of the American civil rights movement on the development of similar Irish movements. I spent much time at Belfast’s Linen Hall Library, examining material on Irish civil rights and peace movements. Much of it has never been catalogued – newsletters, flyers, posters, brochures and pamphlets. I read hundreds of documents. But to finish the task will take another trip to Ireland. THIS FALL, RON LARGE WAS NAMED ASSOCIATE DEAN OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES. SCIENCE RESEARCH OPTION GIVES GONZAGA STUDENTS A COMPETITIVE EDGE CHRISTIAN SPALLINO BIOLOGY MAJOR, PSYCHOLOGY MINOR IS MY PASSION BY PETER TORMEY :: PHOTOS BY RAJAH BOSE “My senior chemistry thesis gave me access to the world of research, which helped me understand the scientific process,” said Worrest. She singled out Professor Bill Ettinger’s cell biology class and Assistant Professor Jeff Watson’s biochemistry class as most helpful to her. “Dr. Ettinger’s class, definitely one of the most difficult I took at Gonzaga, is on par with the cell biology we’ve done so far at Georgetown. He forced us to study the details and recall vast amounts of information, which is exactly what they expect in medical school.” “Dr. Watson’s biochemistry classes were probably the most valuable for preparing me for medical school,” she said. “If someone wants to do well in medical school, they really need to take biochemistry. I promise it will help them out, at least during their first year.” “We have some world-class scientists in the chemistry and biology departments at Gonzaga, so we really need to take advantage of that,” she added. “My experiences with the chemistry labs at Gonzaga allowed me to operate machinery and tools that many grad students don’t see until a few years into their master’s or Ph.D. work. I never wanted to go into bench research, but I know the scientific process better than my peers because of my experiences in the lab. That’s invaluable for any scientific career.” Finally, Worrest said that many of her Georgetown classmates do not share her strong research background. Transformation of the sciences at Gonzaga accelerated in spring 2008 when the University learned it would receive $1.2 million from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute as part of a broader program to “usher in a new era of science education in the United States.” The impact went straight to students. STIPENDS, MENTORING Summer undergraduate research jobs grew from 27 in 2007 to 54 in 2010. Thanks to HHMI, research during the academic year also is more fully supported than before. Gonzaga now can pay stipends to 30 research students each semester. The grant also specified that science faculty receive one teaching credit per year for mentoring students in their research lab, which acknowledges the considerable faculty time involved. To replace the lost teaching time in the traditional classroom, the grant hired two additional faculty to teach quantitative skills in biology and chemistry, and a research coordinator. More good news arrived from HHMI in December 2009 when Gonzaga’s grant proposal to join the Science Education Alliance and participate in the National Genomics Research Initiative was successful. The mission of the alliance is to change the future of American undergraduate science education. With support in supplies and training for three years, the biology department will offer a year-long lab course in which undergraduates isolate and characterize bacterial viruses called phage. Undergraduates will immerse themselves in modern genomic analysis and bioinformatics, extraordinary additions to their research toolkits. Today, most science faculty at Gonzaga mentor at least two research students at a time; some have three or four. Grant applications go out regularly seeking more resources, primarily to fund research stipends, laboratory equipment and related research activities such as field work. The biology department offers a new track called the Research Option, which provides students significant research experience, advising, quantitative classes, and science education outreach. Kirstie Keller, a 2010 Gonzaga biology graduate, is a Ph.D. student at Johns Hopkins University’s Cellular, Molecular, Developmental and Biophysics Program. She said Gonzaga’s introduction of the Research Option has made the most difference in preparing students for graduate school. IF YOU WANT TO DO RESEARCH… “Graduate school is absolutely nothing like undergraduate school; the focus is less on class and more on your productivity and the scientific mind,” she said. Gonzaga “did a fantastic job preparing me for graduate school,” adding that her education is comparable or better than what most of her classmates received. At Gonzaga “I was taught only by professors,” Keller said. “Gonzaga is small enough where, if you want to do research, you can. They also stress applying to outside programs to do undergraduate ERIN DICKSON BIOCHEMISTRY MAJOR, MATHEMATICS MINOR TARIN WORREST (’10), A FIRST-YEAR student at Georgetown University School of Medicine, is discovering this fall that Gonzaga provided her a very good foundation in science. – CHRISTIAN SPALLINO, SENIOR, MAUI, HAWAII Long-term goal of Christian’s research with Assistant Professor Marianne Poxleitner is to genetically modify pea plants for resistance to aphids. “THE FACT THAT I HAD SUCCESSFULLY COMBINED NUMEROUS, IDENTICAL, CLEAR SOLUTIONS IN TUBES AND COME OUT WITH SOMETHING THAT COULD COMPLETELY ALTER THE LIFE OF AN ORGANISM WAS AMAZING TO ME.” – ERIN DICKSON, JUNIOR, BOULDER, COLO. Long-term goal of Erin’s research with Professor Jennifer Shepherd is to develop a drug to target worm parasites in humans and livestock. “I LIKE THE IDEA THAT YOU CAN USE THE KNOWLEDGE FROM SCIENCE TO HELP PEOPLE.” – STORY MOK, SENIOR, HONG KONG “ Long-term goal of Story’s work with Assistant Professor Eric Ross is to develop helpful tools for biomembrane and pharmaceutical research. For more, go to gonzaga.edu/magazine. 10 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Keller praised her professors’ dedication and their efforts to make students aware of science careers. She also offered these suggestions: “I think students should be pushed harder to do lab work and actually be productive during their time as a researcher,” she said. “I think that one other thing that should be done is to have more scientific cross-talk between labs and students.” Prospective students have noticed Gonzaga’s increased research opportunities. Since 2002, science majors overall have grown by nearly 75 percent. The new biochemistry program alone drew 45 majors. This popularity brings its own pressures. For every student doing research, more are eager for the same opportunity. WAVE OF THE FUTURE For biology Professor Nancy Staub, who directs the HHMI grants, the ideal future for Gonzaga’s sciences would mean fewer students in introductory courses, and more scholarships for traditionally underrepresented students, such as Isaac Strong (’10), first in his family to attend college. He is thriving in his first year of the University of California-San Francisco’s Molecular and Cell Biology Program. In a recent note to lab coordinator Ann-Scott Ettinger, Strong echoed his Gonzaga peers’ comments about being well prepared for graduate school. “It’s all about the students – who we want to serve and how well we serve them,” said Staub. “If we could bring in more underrepresented minorities we could make a difference by sending more diverse groups of talented students on to graduate schools, medical schools, dental schools and public health programs.” STORY MOK BIOCHEMISTRY MAJOR “ “SCIENCE IS FULL OF EMOTIONALLY CHARGED AND INCREDIBLE MOMENTS. WHEN ONE EXPERIMENT CAN TELL YOU THAT WEEKS, SOMETIMES MONTHS OF HARD WORK AND CONTINUAL FAILURE HAVE PAID OFF, IT IS AN UNBELIEVABLY GRATIFYING HIGH ON ITS OWN.” research.” Keller did and was accepted to the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s undergraduate internship last summer. Imagining an ideal future for Gonzaga’s science programs is more than a mental exercise for Staub. If Gonzaga is invited to apply for more HHMI grants, she will help direct those requests. Staub sees interdisciplinary collaboration as crucial. “We haven’t collaborated with psychology at all, yet there is a whole discipline now that spans biology and psychology. It would be great to have students working in that intersection of neurobiology or even psychopharmacology. We have sponsored a math major, Alex Baumgartner, to do research in biology, and we are hoping to continue and develop our collaboration with the math department. Erika Olson, an assistant professor in math is interested in co-teaching a course on biological mathematics. Wouldn’t that be great? ” Staub said. “There are all kinds of interdisciplinary fields, but we tend to be so focused on our own subspecialty. It takes efforts to build bridges between fields. I think it would be good to intentionally work on those bridges over the next 10 years.” After all, research disciplines aren’t separated in the real world, Staub said. “Our goal is to introduce our students to interdisciplinary fields that traditionally have not been talked about; they represent the wave of the future. A lot of advances in understanding will be made at the frontier where traditionally separate fields merge.” Marc Manganaro, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, said the evolution of the science program has helped to attract highly talented faculty, whose research interests have produced more research opportunities for students. One such individual is Matt Cremeens, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, who arrived at Gonzaga two years ago. To him, universities lacking strong undergraduate research programs aren’t in a position to offer plum jobs. EDUCATION, MISSION “Teaching today’s chemists requires that we introduce students to the practice of their discipline prior to leaving Gonzaga,” Cremeens said. “The undergraduate research experience is very important for reaching that aim. I am fiercely committed to our students and providing an undergraduate research experience is a key part of supporting our students.” The evolution of Gonzaga’s science programs will continue. Key decisions will include optimum enrollment; faculty size; and the cultural role of a Jesuit university in outreach to underserved communities and in aid for students from underrepresented groups. These factors will help direct Gonzaga’s efforts to seed science excellence well into the 21st century. President Thayne McCulloh has signaled increased support for undergraduate science and research. Gonzaga Academic Vice President Patricia O’Connell Killen, who arrived last summer, shares President McCulloh’s commitment to undergraduate sciences and will work with faculty to chart a future for Gonzaga sciences. As Gonzaga plans its future, Arts and Sciences Dean Manganaro said the University may explore ways to exercise its educational and service missions simultaneously. “Perhaps there will be a focus on providing ways for our students to attempt to solve some of the world’s problems,” Manganaro said. “There is both a practical application and an ethical application of knowledge. Knowledge in the humanities and sciences is great, knowledge in application of our mission is great, as well.” Like Manganaro and others, Staub advocates applying knowledge for the social good. She offered this quote from a Senegalese poet, reframing the idea through the complementary lenses of conservation and education: “IN THE END WE WILL CONSERVE ONLY WHAT WE LOVE; WE WILL LOVE ONLY WHAT WE UNDERSTAND; AND WE WILL UNDERSTAND ONLY WHAT WE ARE TAUGHT.” – BABA DIOUM, 1968 INAUGURATION OF 26TH PRESIDENT JESUITS, STUDENT, FACULTY, STAFF, PARENTS, FRIENDS AND PRESIDENTS AND DELEGATES FROM 43 UNIVERSITIES GATHERED IN THE MCCARTHEY ATHLETIC CENTER ON OCT. 22 TO INAUGURATE DR. THAYNE M. MCCULLOH, D.PHIL. DURING THE CEREMONY, MEMBERS OF THE GONZAGA COMMUNITY TOOK THE PODIUM, EACH ONE BRIEFLY OFFERING CONGRATULATIONS AND A CHALLENGE TO FUTURE ACCOMPLISHMENTS. EACH CONCLUDED WITH THE PHRASE, “TOGETHER, WE ARE GONZAGA.” EVEN KATIE MCCULLOH, THAYNE AND JULIE’S OLDEST DAUGHTER, FACED THE AUDIENCE WITH APLOMB, CONGRATULATING HER FATHER AND DECLARING “TOGETHER, WE ARE A GONZAGA FAMILY.” IN CONCERT, THESE SPEAKERS WOVE A CORD OF COMMITMENT AND COLLABORATION THAT UNITED EVERY INDIVIDUAL ATTENDING THE AFTERNOON CEREMONY. INAUGURAL ADDRESS BY PRESIDENT THAYNE MCCULLOH Thank you for being here on this special day. Today, most of all, we together celebrate Gonzaga University and the many remarkable achievements of those who make and have made Gonzaga the vibrant institution that it is. I want to take a moment to recognize in a special way two Jesuits who previously served this University as presidents, one of whom is not able to join us today, the other of whom is: Chancellor Bernard Coughlin and Fr. Robert Spitzer. I want to thank you both for your leadership and your support. My greatest thanks go to my wife, partner, and colleague Julie McCulloh and to our three daughters: Katie, Annie and Emily. Thank you for your love, your constant support, and your willingness to make this exciting journey a family project. Recently, one of my daughters took to asking a question every night at the dinner table: “What did you learn today, that you didn’t know yesterday?” This question frames perfectly where I wish to begin my brief remarks. After 23 years of life on or close to this campus, I have learned some important things about Gonzaga, and that knowledge informs my vision for this place. One of the things I truly believe is that we are a community blessed with the grace of the Holy Spirit and the goodwill of many talented people. What we are able to do – be it students, faculty, staff or supporters of this institution – when we put our minds to it, is simply remarkable. I have countless memories of large projects and major accomplishments that began as simple ideas, shared over coffee, and became reality because we allowed our imagination take us places we had not been, and because we are a place that fosters the creativity necessary to solve problems. Another thing that I know and that keeps me invested in Gonzaga, is that we are “a place becoming.” We have challenges and places we fall short. We are not as far along as we need to be in some critical ways or key areas. Sometimes we too easily let ourselves off the hook for things that we probably need to be 12 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 quite firmly on the hook for. What is redemptive about Gonzaga is that we recognize most of our challenges and are willing to work hard at tackling them. I’d much rather be part of a place that is still learning about itself than one that thinks it knows all of its own answers. To me, at least, “a place becoming” is a place worth investing in, worth being part of. I hope we never lose that sense of dynamic development. Over nearly 125 years, Gonzaga University has been committed to a specific primary mission: the educational preparation of the region’s people to become reflective human beings and productive contributors to society. During the past quarter-century, the University has built upon this fundamental mission to become known as an increasingly selective institution that works hard at instilling in its students a sense of social responsibility and the value of community. “The true measure of a Jesuit education,” said former Superior General Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, “is not what our students do, but who they become.” As we work together to support and structure collegiate experiences of which not only our students, but we all, can be proud, we find ourselves today deep in the process of discerning what we need to do to help our students become their next best selves – not only for themselves, but for the planet and the people they will serve and govern in this century and the one beyond it. The question now becomes, “What will you teach and learn today, that will best serve us all tomorrow?” And another question: “How will you be teaching it and learning it?” All that we teach and learn we do in the context of Gonzaga’s mission as an exemplar of what it means to be a Jesuit and Catholic University. I am deeply committed to emphasizing this essential character of the University. But what does it mean to be Jesuit and Catholic? We have many sources upon which to draw; for FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATORS STREAM TOWARD PRESIDENT THAYNE MCCULLOH TO OFFER THEIR CONGRATULATIONS. TO G E T H E R W E A R E WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE KIRK HIROTA GONZAGA 13 ZACK BERLAT ELDER PAULINE FLETT AND MEMBERS OF THE SPOKANE INDIAN TRIBE OFFER A SALISH BLESSING ON THE INAUGURATION. RAJAH BOSE A FAMILY MOMENT FOR JULIE MCCULLOH, DEAN OF ADMISSION, DR. THAYNE MCCULLOH AND THE COUPLE’S THREE DAUGHTERS, KATIE, EMILY AND ANNIE. 14 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 example, in the introduction to Ex Corde Ecclesiae, Pope John Paul II spoke to the “responsibility of a Catholic university to consecrate itself without reserve to the cause of truth… with the conviction that truth is its real ally, and that knowledge and reason are sure ministers to faith.” More recently, his Holiness Pope Benedict 16th spoke to these same issues in addressing the Jesuit General Congregation 35 on Feb. 21, 2008: “As my predecessors have often told you, the Church needs you, counts on you, and continues to turn to you with confidence, particularly to reach the geographical and spiritual places where others do not reach or find it difficult to reach.” If being at the margins is constitutive of our call as a Jesuit, Catholic university, it becomes incumbent upon us to think through its educational program not only in terms of its traditions, but in light of the opportunities and challenges that confront society today; opportunities and challenges that are more complex than at any time in human history. We live on a planet that only 10 years ago had one billion fewer people; the impact of consequential, mass-scale resource consumption, coupled with growing awareness of its impact on the environment, has created opportunities for solution-building of a kind never before imagined. The information age has generated tremendous opportunities for the development of new and amazing internet-based technologies; it has what I have come to know that I did not know when I began? I know that this is a community of students, faculty and staff who, in a variety of ways, are putting this institution on the national map, as a university that is truly both Jesuit and Catholic, one with the growing reputation for educating people who do indeed transform the world. The past decade of growth has been challenging for us in many ways. It also has allowed the university to complement an existing core of excellent faculty by attracting new intellectual talent from the nation’s finest universities and graduate programs. As well, foundation support and a committed faculty have enabled Gonzaga to develop remarkable opportunities for cutting-edge research and scholarship in the life and social sciences, engineering, the law, business and education – indeed, everywhere. In the contemporary parlance of the Society of Jesus, we are a university called to live and learn and teach and explore not comfortably at the center of the culture, but at the frontiers –the cutting edge, the margins, places that require courage. What our world needs today are educated people who can and will transform the world. This is what I have learned that I did not know, nor could have imagined, 23 years ago: By working together – students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends and supporters – we can without question meet the challenges this need presents. “WE MUST BE A SOURCE OF HOPE FOR ALL THOSE WHO TRULY NEED US: OUR GOVERNMENT, OUR SCHOOLS, OUR PROFESSIONS; THE HOMELESS, THE POOR, THE MARGINALIZED.” PRESIDENT THAYNE MCCULLOH, D.PHIL. also brought a limitless set of new ethical and social challenges. In the face of increasing demand for energy, we need to find sources that enhance, rather than degrade the environment. It is human nature, during chaotic and uncertain times, to seek refuge and comfort in the transitory and superficial. It is no wonder, then, that in addressing a recent gathering of presidents and representatives from all of the Jesuit colleges and universities worldwide, our Superior General Adolfo Nicolas enjoined us to seek a greater “depth of thought and imagination” with the aim of making our students “well-educated persons of solidarity” – solidarity with not only the mainstream movements of the culture, but solidarity with those at the margins, as well as those working at the frontiers of knowledge and understanding. It is in these spaces, wrestling with these issues, that real inroads towards both intellectual progress and spiritual development have an opportunity to gain a foothold. What for me sets a Gonzaga education apart is a distinctively Jesuit intellectual endeavor to which we attach ourselves; one which demands that a rigorous academic experience be provided in concert with the cultivation of spiritually grounded, emotionally mature, and socially responsible habits of character that lend themselves well to cultural leadership. In this time of tremendous societal challenge and change, I believe we must re-commit ourselves to preparing each of our graduates to assume active roles in engaging the critical issues of this period in history – through the dynamic creativity of our faculty, a faith-filled commitment to justice, and the goal of providing true and longlasting contributions to a world in need of them. Over 23 years, At their core, inaugurations are about hope; hope for a successful administration, a successful future, for a beneficial and successful venture. There is a particular relevance in this purpose for us today; for if there is one place in society where people can go, and should go, to draw from the wellspring that gives people reason to hope, or to renew their sense of hopefulness, it should be a college or university. But beyond this, the imperative to even greater good finds its resonance in the reality that the inspiration of hope is an obligation for a Jesuit and Catholic university. We must be a source of hope. And we must be hope for all those who truly need us: our government, our organizations, our schools, our professions; the homeless, the poor, the disenfranchised, the marginalized. Today, I feel blessed to acknowledge the call to serve as Gonzaga’s president; I am grateful for the opportunity to continue the work of collaborating with all of you in the common project of helping Gonzaga University understand the challenges of tomorrow, and meeting them successfully with excitement, and with passion for the mission we are so very blessed to be a part of. The call we have received is a call shared by us together. To the Jesuits of Gonzaga University, my sincere gratitude for the education you have given me, and for your love and support throughout these past two decades. In the words of St. Ignatius of Loyola, “Let us work as if success depended upon ourselves alone, but with heartfelt conviction that we are doing nothing, and God everything.” May God continue to bless us all, as together we voyage anew, and discover what wonderful future lies beyond the horizon. Thank you. For more, go to gonzaga.edu/president. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 15 THE ZAGS’ E X PA N D I N G UNIVERSE BY J OHN BLA NCH ETT E :: ILLU STR ATIO N BY D ALE HAM ILTO N AFTER THREE AIRPLANES and three time zones, Ray Giacoletti had every reason to wonder, “What am I doing here?” when he landed in Portland, Maine, last spring. He and fellow Gonzaga basketball assistant Tommy Lloyd had been chasing shooting guard prospects all through the winter recruiting period – 15 or more, none of them the right fit for one reason or another. Now time was running out and head coach Mark Few had sent Giacoletti to take “a shot in the dark,” flying cross-country for a look at Keegan Hyland, who had been off the recruiting radar after missing all but three games of his senior year at South Portland High School because of a broken pelvis – making the whole enterprise seem like a long shot, at best. “But when I saw him the next day,” Giacoletti recalled, “I said to myself, ‘This was plenty worth it.’ ” College basketball recruiting – more hyped, scrutinized and analyzed than ever – still has room for its happy accidents, though they aren’t accidents at all. They’re byproducts of that extra phone call, that extra few minutes of watching tape, that extra flight. “I heard a saying 20 years ago – ‘Recruiting is like shaving: if you don’t do it every day, you look like a bum,’ ” said Giacoletti. “It’s truer now than it was then.” The evidence of Gonzaga’s work is reflected in the record: 12 straight NCAA Tournament appearances. But it’s also reflected in the pins on the map where the Bulldogs have found the players who’ve sustained that streak: from Spokane, Clarkston and Brewster, Wash., to Denver, Chicago and Los Angeles to Canada, France and Germany. The challenge, of course, is finding the right players from a pool that’s now become global. The winnowing process begins as early as the player’s freshman year of high school, but he can’t be considered a “recruit” until he’s a junior. Soon after the talent evaluations come others every bit as crucial. Is his toughness as exceptional as his jump shot? Is his fondness for the classroom half as strong as his fondness for the gym? Does he have character flaws or a social ramble that will give you sleepless nights? For answers, the Gonzaga coaches take the temperature of any number of sources: the player’s coach, teachers, counselors, opposing coaches (“They have no stake in it,” said Lloyd). But often as not, they rely on their own observation and feel. Eventually, the question becomes, “Can we get him?” “What’s the business term – opportunity costs?” said Lloyd. “It does you no good to invest a huge amount of time and come in second. On the other hand, sometimes you have to think outside your comfort zone to grow. That’s been this program and what coach Few is all about.” Lloyd, who played professionally in Europe after college, is credited with expanding that comfort zone overseas – most significantly to land German forward Elias Harris who was pivotal in making what shaped up as a rebuilding year in 2010 into another championship season. Lloyd also brought in this year’s European duo, Mathis Keita of France, and Germany’s Mathis Monninghoff, both freshmen. “Gonzaga is a strong brand in Europe,” Lloyd said, “probably because we’re on ESPN as much as anyone. Kids might know 10 college programs and Gonzaga is one of them. And they want an environment where they can develop relationships quicker because they’re coming so far from home.” Naturally, the competition with other schools is greater than ever, and exacerbating the situation are NCAA rules that have truncated the spring recruiting period, hurrying evaluations and judgments. And there’s the growing issue of parental involvement, which has grown from care and concern into – well, sometimes it becomes obsession. “They don’t always look at the opportunity to come to Gonzaga or any college as the ultimate prize,” said Lloyd, “and (in those cases) kids get a skewed perspective of what they think should happen and how good they really are.” STARTERS, UP-AND-COMERS & NEWCOMERS Four returning starters make the Zags look pretty good – Steven Gray, Elias Harris, Rob Sacre and Demetri Goodson. Add to the mix a pair who showed outstanding off-season development, sophomore Manny Arop and redshirt freshman Sam Dower, and key newcomers Marquise Carter and Mathis Keita, both guards, and forward Mathis Monninghoff, and this team will battle for its 11th league title in 13 years. A tough schedule includes games against nationally renowned programs Notre Dame, Baylor, Xavier, Oklahoma State and Wake Forest. As a result, transfer rates in college basketball are higher than ever – more than 250 are expected from the 2010 season. Which turns up the pressure on Giacoletti, Lloyd and new assistant Donny Daniels to find a better player – and a better fit – the next time. “You’re trying to sustain what Mark’s built here,” Giacoletti said, “and take the next step – and that can take you halfway around the world.” John Blanchette is a freelance writer and longtime sports reporter for The SpokesmanReview. He has followed Gonzaga basketball for nearly 30 years. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 17 HONOR ROLL 2009 – 2010 We thank you for sharing your gifts made between June 1, 2009, and May 31, 2010. Your steadfast investment in Gonzaga’s students creates the environment in which their transformation occurs. At Gonzaga, young women and men gain a desire for truth, a mature concern for others and a thirst for justice. They sow inspiration – just as you have. HONOR ROLL OF CONTRIBUTORS 2009 – 2010 MAJOR BENEFACTORS LIFETIME CONTRIBUTORS Gonzaga University proudly recognizes and honors these major contributors whose outstanding generosity and spirit of lifetime giving demonstrate a commitment to ensuring the finest level of higher education available. † = Deceased $5,000,000 AND ABOVE (Cumulative) Duet Technologies Independent Colleges of Washington Jesuit Community of Gonzaga University Jim and Joann Jundt Fritz and Jeanie Wolff $2,000,000 - $4,999,999 (Cumulative) Alphonse and Geraldine Arnold Estate Comstock Foundation M. O. Flannery Estate Charles Gillingham† Don and Carol† Herak The Hogan Family Foundation, Inc. Bob and Alice Jepson Johnson Scholarship Foundation Duff and Dorothy† Kennedy Charlotte Y. Martin† Charlotte Y. Martin Foundation Phil and Sandy McCarthey Tom and Mary McCarthey Bob and Claire McDonald M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Oracle Corporation PACCAR Inc Carl R. Pohlad† The Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation J. Merton† and Jessie Rosauer Sterling Software Tom and Camilla Tilford $1,000,000 - $1,999,999 (Cumulative) Louis† and Kathryn Barbieri Tim and Mary Barnard Dauna Leigh Bauer Foundation The Boeing Company Bill and Nancy Burnett Cadre Technologies, Inc. Henry J. Casey† Marguerite M. Casey† Dr. Patrick J. Cavanaugh† Chester and Catherine J. Chastek† Harriet Cheney Cowles Foundation Walter and Donna Conn Fred and Barbara Curley† Bernard and Marsha Daines Sperry H. Goodman† Johnston-Hanson Foundation Kreielsheimer Foundation Harry† and Colleen Magnuson Tom Martin† and Noreen Hobbs Martin Jack and Mary McCann Jane McCarthey Family McCarthey Family Foundation Joseph L. McCarthy† Microsoft Corporation Angelo and Phyllis Mozilo The Mozilo Family Foundation Charlie and Doris O’Connor Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation Elizabeth D. Rudolf John C. Rudolf Rudolf Family Foundation Dave and Sandy Sabey Sodexho Marriott Services Walter A. and Hazel Toly† United Way of King County Washington Trust Bank Betty S. Wheeler $500,000 - $999,999 (Cumulative) Allegro Investments, LLC Avista Corporation Fred E. Bigelow† Horace and Christine Bozarth† Fred and Leslie Brown Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation Gerard Centioli Ben B. Cheney Foundation Bill and Virginia† Clemens John and Nancy Clute Harry L. (Bing) Crosby† Don and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran Leon (Bob) and Petronella Davis Estate Bud W. Driessel Estate Anna Fahey† Gonzaga University Law Adjunct Faculty John and Sarah Hemmingson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hennessey, Jr. Herak Foundation Hewlett-Packard Company Mr.† and Mrs. Dan Hogan, Jr. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Intel Corporation W. M. Keck Foundation Joseph R. Keys† Patrick J. and Stephanie Kilkenny KnowledgeWare, Inc. The Kresge Foundation Henry Luce Foundation John and Donna Luger Paul and Lita (Barnett) Luvera Bob and Yvonne Lyons† Esther A. McCoy Estate Dr. Earl Miller Estate Gene and Marti Monaco The Odell Fund Robert and Carol (Smail) Palencar Terry and Pat Payne Mark and Cindy Pigott Robert and Ann Powers† Ed and Yvonne† Ralph Hubie Randall Rational Software Corporation Norm and Rita Roberts Mark and Katherine Ryland Sabey Corporation Dr. Scholl Foundation The Steele-Reese Foundation John Stone Suzi Stone Frank X. Suttey Estate John and Betty Tubbs† Union Pacific Railroad Elizabeth Van Sistine Estate Carrie Welch Trust Estate Helen Welty† E. L. Wiegand Foundation $250,000 - $499,999 (Cumulative) Theodore B. Albi† John and Jewel Andrew John† and Anne Aram Bank of America Corporation Bank of America Foundation Boise Dr. and Mrs. Norman Bolker Zeke and Meghan Brown Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation John E. Cannon, Sr.† Dr. Robert J. and Thelma Rose Casey Centioli Family, LLC Comshare, Inc. George Corkery† Costco Wholesale Daniels Fund Henry L. Day† Joe and Edna Deichl Joseph and Helen Delay Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso, Jr. Lawrence E. Duffy Estate Ernst & Young Foundation Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Fluke Corporation Orlanta Franck† Garco Construction George and Marianne Grant† Jerry and Helen Greenan Jo and Patsy Hall† Carl M. Hansen Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanson Ellen Healy† William Randolph Hearst Foundations Lorelei and Phil Herres Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Hooker Creek Ranch Greg and Teresa Hubert IBM Corporation Inland Northwest Community Foundation Euretta James Estate George F. Jewett Foundation Johnston Foundation The Johnston-Fix Foundation Herbert B. Jones Foundation Dr. Charles† and Margaret K. Larson Harry† and Harriet Leppek Wil and Pat Loeken Jennifer Vertetis McCann Jack D. Miklos† Moss Adams LLP Aloysius and Jody Mullally Dan Murphy Foundation John† and Margie Murphy Don and Jeanette Nelles Next IT Corporation Oregon Province Society of Jesus Guy and Madeline Ossello Michael A. Patterson Jim and Beverly Rogers Frances Salla Estate The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Mike and Mary (Owens) Shanahan Stephen† and Mary Shinn Frost & Margaret Snyder Foundation Mary E. Stuart† Gertrude K. Sully Estate Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sunbelt Communications Company Mike and Mary Jo (McKinnon) Tucci Union Pacific Foundation U.S. Bancorp Foundation The Vogelheim Family Tim and Jackie Welsh Pat and Carol West Geraldine Wynkoop† $100,000 - $249,999 (Cumulative) Dr.† and Mrs. John B. Adams Alcoa Foundation Altera Corporation Dr. Mansoor Al-Turki Arrowhead General Insurance Agency, Inc. Athletic Round Table, Inc. Daniel E. Bandmann† Don Barbieri Heather Barbieri Dr. Clarence Barnes Charles A. and Dolores A. Barry† Dr. Anne Baruch† Battelle Memorial Institute Gerald Berger Tony and Mary Lou Bonanzino Erma A. Bonge Estate Frank and Sharon Bouten Helen Brach Foundation Aileen Connolly Bratton Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Bulger Bill and Gloria Burch Bob and Stevie (Cada) Burke Edward L. Burke† Josh Burrows Stewart and Molly Butler William and Judy Carlin B. J. Carney Company Robert M. Carroll† Holly Louise Caudill† Mr. and Mrs. Gill Centioli† Harry E. Chisholm† Citigroup Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc. Beverly Clegg† Craig and Georganna Clifford Club USA Coleman Foundation Daryl and Michele Connell CPM Development Corporation Gerri and Bob Craves Bob and Bev Cross DAA Northwest Kevin and Mary Jean Daniels Bill† and Tasia Davenport E.B. “Pete” and Daisy DeFeyter† Family Bob and Evelyn Dieringer† Harlan and Maxine Douglass Ted Druffel† Walter Duncan† William Eddleman† EdFund Emerson Quiet Kool Corporation Farmers Insurance Group Francis A. Feider† Bob and Katie Ferguson Brooks† and Lucy Fields Dr. Howard and Maxine Floan† John and Lyla Fluke† Foster Foundation Mary Jewett Gaiser† Maurice Gales Bart and Hilke Gallant William Gaylor Estate Bud and Judy Gilmartin Global Credit Union Gonzaga University Alumni Association Gonzaga University Faculty Goodale & Barbieri Burgess Gordon† Margaret S. Gose† Josef and Stephany Gray Herschel and Betty† Gustafson Larry L. Guthrie Robert and Roberta Halliday Daniel P. Harbaugh George Hardgrove Foundation Hecla Mining Company John and Deborah Holleran Stan and Shirley Hooper Horrigan Foundation Greg and Susan Huckabee Bill and Susana Huston Incremental Systems Corporation Interleaf, Inc. Doyle and Kathy (Graham)† Jacklin Duane and Susan Jacklin Jacklin Investments, L.P. Jack and Kitty Jacobs Jerome and Vicki Jager Don and Marilyn Jans Helen John Foundation Ina Johnston† George and Shari Kain Kaiser Aluminum Fabricated Products Don and Mary Kayser KC Auto Paint and Supplies, Inc. William V. Kelley† Dorothy C. Kelly WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 19 HERITAGE The following estate gifts were gratefully received June 1, 2009 - May 31, 2010. Carol Albright Dr. Terry L. Haws (‘90) Charles (’32) and Dolores Barry Trust Annemarie Lambert Patrick Cavanaugh (’47) Yvonne Lyons Timothy Choiniere (’67) Florence McCormack Marvel Collins Verne and Mary Oliver Charitable Remainder Trust George Corkery Bob and Evelyn Dieringer Trust John and Pat Kelly Klaue Family Foundation Roy and Violet† Knott KPFF Consulting Engineers Stanton and Jeanie Kramer Gregory Kunz Dwayne and Rosemary (Dempsey) Lane John and Carrie Lapke Dr. Anna M. Ledgerwood Bernie and Mafalda Levernier David M. Lincoln Pauline M. Love and Michael Love Mike and Reneé Lucarelli Joseph M. Lynch Elizabeth A. Lynn Foundation John and Phyllis MacKenzie H.F. Magnuson Family Foundation, Inc. Thomas and Jean Malott† John E. Manders Foundation Douglas and Kathrine Mantyla Esther Mark† Marsh Maryknoll Korea Region John and Alice Maughan Bob and Sandy McConkey Helen McDonald† Frank A. McMahon† Dr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Meighan Larry Miller John and Lori Moloney, Jr. Mike and Mary Moloney Moloney + O’Neill Scott and Lizbeth (Tomich) Morris Moss Adams Foundation John and Melinda Moynier Dan and Joyce Murphy Joseph† and Muriel Murphy Mike and Muffy Murphy Tim and Denny† Murphy Timothy Murphy Tom and Joyce Murphy John C. Nevin Trust John and Frances Nitkey Wes and Mary Lee (Toepel) Nuxoll William and Monica O’Connell† Bill and Betty† Ogle Olivetti North America, Inc. 20 HERITAGE… YOUR LEGACY IS OUR FUTURE. George Struble Richard and Margaret O’Neill† R. E. “Eddie” Page† Ruth Patchen Estate Ruth H. Pearson Ethel Peasley† Joseph† and Alice Peirone Dr. and Mrs. Otto J. Penna† Pfizer Stephen N. Pope Estate Jim and Gwen Powers Ed and Helen Prevol† Jim and Marilyn Prince Bill and Carol Quigg Qwest Foundation Rauenhorst Family Foundation Mark and Barbara Ray Red Lion Hotels Jeff and Margaret Reed Phil and Bev Reinig Ed and Bunny (Suva) Renouard Research Corporation for Science Advancement Doug and Kathleen Rivard Bill Roach† Donald Rockstrom Lucille Rooney Estate Kerm† and Fran Rudolf James M. and Lillian Ryan† Safeco Insurance Companies Michael and Carol Schimmels Jerry and Sue Schwalbach The Seattle Foundation Seattle University S.E.R.E. Solutions, Inc. Joseph M. Shabaz Estate David and Linda Shea Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith, Sr.† Douglas and Karen Sonneborn SprayCool, Inc. Mary Constance Stanton Estate Charles H. and Diane Steilen Bartholomew† and Sarah Stevens Jim and Liz Stewart Charles H. Stolz† Irene Strachen Charitable Trust Stuart Foundations Jonas and Cheryl Stutzman Dick and Barbara Taylor Teagle Foundation GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 YOU ARE OUR Tektronix, Inc. Telect, Inc. John and Julie Thomas Charles A. and Helen Tilford† Dorothea B. Townsend† Mike and Mimi Tucci Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Verizon Foundation Sam and Emily Volpentest† The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Washington State Mentors The Welch Foundation, Inc. Peter and Carol Welk Norman and Denise Wells, Jr. Patrick Wilson Estate Jim and Joyce† Workland Peggy and John Worthing Thomas Wynecoop John T. Yeats $50,000 - $99,999 (Cumulative) Accenture Foundation, Inc. Acme Materials & Construction Company Lawrence D. Acre Estate Carol Albright† George I. Alden Trust American Express Foundation Tom Anderl Edith L. Anderson Estate Henry R. and Lucy Anderson† Dr. Kenneth Anderson and Ms. Susan Hart-Anderson The Anderson Foundation Steven and Kelly Andrade Ted and Elisabeth Angell Gene and Carol Annis Patricia Anselmi ARCO Foundation Joey and Norma August† Avista Foundation Gilbert W. Baker† Barrier West, Inc. Basic Resources, Inc. John and Ann Beutler Black Rock Realty, Marshall Chesrown and Roger Nelson James P. and Cathy Boyer Paul W. and Colleen Brajcich Dr. and Mrs. James Brasch Bobby and Cathleen Brett Mike and Marj Brewer Charles Brink The Brink Foundation James F. and Helen Brown Hervy and Florence Brulotte† Joe and Mary Ann (Schultheis) Busch Bruce and Judy Butler Ron and Terri Caferro Dennis and Peggy (Morton) Calfee Rebecca Cates Catholic Communication Campaign Chevron U.S.A., Inc. Norton Clapp† Harriet Clarke† John† and Mary S. Close Coca-Cola Foundation Coeur d’Alene Mines Corporation Harold W. Coffin† Coffman Engineers Marvel Collins Estate Comcast Spotlight Thomas and Katherine F. (Huhtanen) Connors Reanette Cook Estate Jim and Terry Coombes Coopers & Lybrand Alberta Corkery† Albert and June Corrado† Emmett J. Corrigan† Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Coughlin† and Family Marie Crabtree† Pat and Jean Craigen† Gary and Alea Culpepper Cypress Advantage Harry† and Dorothy Dano Dick† and Vickie Davis Robert J. and Raeceil A. Day Walter and Denise Day Armand and Joy DeFelice Delay, Curran, Thompson & Pontarolo, PS The Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso Family Foundation Alan S. Dernbach and Rose Higgins Billy and Joan Dinsdale William and Kathleen (McFarland) Dobner Phil and Mary Dolan Patrick† and Leonore Doody Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation Kevin and Jackie Driscoll Tom and Karen Driscoll Isabel d’Urbal† John P. Egger Empire Health Services Environmental West Exploration, Inc. Jim and Billie Etter Evans, Craven & Lackie, P.S. Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Ewell FAB Ventures, LLC George and Janet Fague Roger A. Felice John and Dee Fery Jim Finlen, Jr. Marion Finucane† First Interstate Bank James and Frances Flanagan† Neal† and Helen Fosseen Rick and Joan Fox Barbara and Jay Fritz Foundation Joe and Joan Gagliardi Jim and Margel Gallagher Clark H. Gemmill John and Sherry Gilbert Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. William Gillingham Kenneth and Beryl Goodchild James W. Grant† Greater Gonzaga Guild Robert and Denise Greco Greg and Shannon Green Mark and Mary Griffin Bill† and Norma Grismer Dorothy E. Guild† James and Louisa Guise Don and Sherie Hackney Edmund, Blanche, and Flora Hamel Estate Dave and Susan Hamer Harry J. Hanley† George D. and Debbie Hansen Harold and Mary Anne† Hartinger Stephen Haskell Doug and Tracy Hauff Dr. Terry L. Haws† Jack and Lisa Heath John Heily Tom and Mary Herche Hildebrand-Pease Estates Household International Edward and Marie Hughes† Randy and Julie Hurst Dr. and Mrs. William P. Ilgen Itron Lon and Becky Jasper Mike and Linda Jensen Frank and Maureen Johnson Michael and Lynn Joseph Joseph Family Foundation HONOR ROLL OF CONTRIBUTORS 2009 – 2010 The Joyce Foundation Bob and Ginny Kane Melvin Kays Dan and Margaret† Keefe Carolyn S. Kelly Key Tronic Corporation King Beverage, Inc. James and Mary Anne (Metcalfe) King Dr. Ferdinand and Dorothy Knechtel† KPMG Foundation Arlene E. LaMasters Estate Annemarie Lambert† The Land Company, LLC Dwayne Lane’s Chrysler Plymouth Milton J. Langlois Bill Laughlin Lewis and Sarah Lee Frank and Ethel Lenzie† Jack and Betty† Leonard Levernier-Shea Construction Company Keene and Barbara Little George and Nancy Lobisser Lena Longo Kevin and Christine Malone Richard and Cheri Mast Bob and Barb Materne, Jr. Virginia Maughan Estate Mary M. Mauro† Edmund F. Maxwell Foundation Robert and Shannon McCambridge Florence McCormack† Robert McCormick† Pamela S. McKinzie Roy and Patricia McLaren Debbie and Kevin McQuilkin Rev. Thomas J. Meersman Trust Merck Company Foundation Merrill Lynch John and Guelda Messina Bill and JoAnn Mick William Miller Dr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Monks Tatsuo Moriyasu† Bill Murphy† Michael P. and Jadine A. Murphy Della Murray† Mike Myers and Carole Rolando Smithmoore Myers and Sandy Sandulo-Myers National Asphalt Paving Association NetManage, Inc. Katherine Neupert Margaret M. Nigro† Nike, Inc. Northern Quest Casino Northwest Area Foundation Robert W. and Maureen A. O’Brien James F. and Sharon O’Connell Pete and Wilma Olsen Foundation Coletta O’Meara† Dean Lewis H. Orland Jack and Kathy Ossello Pacific Security John and Janis Parente Paul and Mary Jane (Hidaka) Patterson Pearson Packaging Systems PEMCO Foundation, Inc. Thomas and Cece Perko Arnold and Sarah Peterson Jim and Rosemary Peterson David and Dorothy Pierce Trust Bonita Polich Mike and Betty (Onley) Pontarolo David and Teri Pool Charles H. and Nancy Porter Dr. Carlos and Chris Prietto Procter & Gamble Fund Protosoft The Prudential Foundation Ron and Georgia Lee Puryear Qwest Communications The Hon. and Mrs. Philip M. Raekes Don F. and Darlene Raftis Chris and Dianna Randall Les and Clara Randall† Swig Foundation The Swinging Doors Teck Cominco American, Inc. George and Gina Thompson Terry and Molly Thompson Thatcher and Jill (Bethel) Thompson Alice Tietgen† Paul and Barbara Redmond Laurent Regimbal† Mike and Judy (Yeend) Reilly Renee R. Reuther Clare (Kolloch) Rice† Edward Van Vliet Paul and Mary Vogelheim Bob and Diane Waitt Nicholas and Karen (Lindsay) Warrick Washington Mutual Foundation Washington Mutual Savings Bank Washington Trust Bank Financial Corporation Charlie and Kathy Watson Wells Fargo Kenneth Wenham Mildred Weston† Dennis T. and Kathryn (Cullen) Richardson, Sr. Gordon Ripple Robbins Company John and Mary Roche James and Jean Roeber David and Maureen Rorick† Dr. James and Mrs. Marilyn Sachtjen Ron and Mary† (Meighan) Sagerson Sahlin Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Lester R. Sauvage SBC Foundation Steve and Tresa Schmautz Irene Schumaker Estate Virginia Schurra Mary Schweitzer Jim and Novia† Seabeck Seabury and Smith Marsh Bill and Hilda Shanks Thomas N. Sharp Jay and Jan Shaw Katherine Shaw Dick and Thalia Shorett Penn and Nancy Siegel Chuck and Rojean Siljeg Edward T. Simkins† Gene and Merrilu (Silva) Sloboda Jim† and Margaret Solan Spokane Food Services, Inc. Spokane Machinery Company Spokane Produce Al and Lois Stadtmueller Pete and Denise Stanton Philip H.† and Margretta Stanton Steffens Foundation Sterling Savings Bank Ivan and Marlene Stewart George Struble Estate Patrick and Diane Sullivan John and Ann (Bramstedt) Timm Toillion Pediatric Dentistry Ernest and Greta Toll† Terry and T.J. Tombari Jim and Sheryl Tomlinson David and Joan Traylor Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Triesch† Timothy and Barbara Tucci Tucci & Sons, Inc. Jeff Turner and Susan Rauenhorst Turner Dick and Patricia Twiss The United Way of the Bay Area The Unova Foundation Albert Unrecht† Dennis Wheeler Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. Myrtle Woldson Wollenberg Foundation David Wollersheim Women Helping Women Fund Bill and Liz (Curry) Wrigglesworth Lee and Barbara Wright Zak Designs Irv and Angela Zakheim John and Jane Zanol George and Mary Zeller† Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing. We would appreciate you alerting us to any errors or omissions. Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381, 800.463.6925 or email@example.com. ONE THING THAT WILL NEVER CHANGE AT GONZAGA IS THE NEED FOR STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS. MAJOR BENEFACTORS ANNUAL CONTRIBUTORS The benefactors listed below represent a distinguished group of individuals who made a gift of $1,500 or more to the 2010 Annual Campaign ( June 1, 2009 – May 31, 2010) making them part of Gonzaga’s Leadership Circle. When members of the Leadership Circle join together in support of Gonzaga, their gifts help to achieve larger goals – preparing men and women who will embrace a global responsibility to ensure justice, protect the dignity of every individual, and serve the greater good. †= Deceased Marvel Collins Estate Dr. Terry L. Haws Estate Incremental Systems Corporation Independent Colleges of Washington Inland Northwest Community Foundation Patrick J. and Stephanie Kilkenny Scott and Lizbeth (Tomich) Morris M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust The Odell Fund Terry and Pat Payne Jim and Beverly Rogers The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Seattle University Mike and Mary (Owens) Shanahan Douglas and Karen Sonneborn George Struble Estate Sunbelt Communications Company Teagle Foundation Washington State Mentors ST. ALOYSIUS SOCIETY $25,000 - $49,999 PRESIDENT’S EXECUTIVE COUNCIL $500,000 AND ABOVE Phil and Sandy McCarthey McCarthey Family Foundation $250,000 - $499,000 George Corkery Estate John and Sarah Hemmingson The Hogan Family Foundation, Inc. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Johnson Scholarship Foundation John and Donna Luger Bob and Yvonne Lyons† Gene and Marti Monaco PACCAR Inc Mark and Cindy Pigott Sodexo Services $100,000 - $249,999 Tim and Mary Barnard Zeke and Meghan Brown Walter and Donna Conn Bob and Evelyn Dieringer Estate Garco Construction Dr. Anna M. Ledgerwood Colleen Magnuson H.F. Magnuson Family Foundation, Inc. Charlotte Y. Martin Foundation Angelo and Phyllis Mozilo The Mozilo Family Foundation Ed Ralph Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation John C. Rudolf United Way of King County Washington Trust Bank CHANCELLOR’S ASSOCIATES $50,000 - $99,999 Carol Albright Estate Steven and Kelly Andrade Charles A. and Dolores A. Barry Trust Dauna Leigh Bauer Foundation The Boeing Company Catholic Communication Campaign Agilent Technologies Gerald Berger Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation Rebecca Cates Challenger Pipe & Steel, LLC Timothy Choiniere Estate Coeur d’Alene Mines Corporation College Spark Washington Isaslawa Zajac Dresner Foundation Nancy C. Driscoll Fund at the Inland Northwest Community Foundation Roger A. Felice Felice Law Offices Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanson Keiko Hara Greg and Teresa Hubert Randy and Julie Hurst Bob and Alice Jepson Johnston-Hanson Foundation Herbert B. Jones Foundation John and Carrie Lapke Paul and Lita (Barnett) Luvera Bob and Barb Materne, Jr. Florence McCormack Estate Bob and Claire McDonald Roy and Patricia McLaren John and Melinda Moynier Dan Murphy Foundation Verne L. and Mary E. Oliver Estate OppenheimerFunds Legacy Program Marie Pintler Dr. Carlos and Chris Prietto Research Corporation for Science Advancement Norm and Rita Roberts Lucia Sargeson U.S. Bancorp Foundation Dennis Wheeler Howard and Nancy Wildin Jim Workland WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 21 HONOR ROLL OF CONTRIBUTORS 2009 – 2010 DUSSAULT SOCIETY $10,000 - $24,999 Accenture Foundation, Inc. Aluminum Products, Inc. Tom Anderl The Anderson Foundation Craig and Patricia (Whitehead) Apregan Avista Foundation Bank of America Foundation Black Rock Realty, Marshall Chesrown and Roger Nelson Tony and Mary Lou Bonanzino James P. and Cathy Boyer Fred and Leslie Brown Bob and Stevie (Cada) Burke Josh Burrows Joe and Mary Ann (Schultheis) Busch Stewart and Molly Butler Cerium Networks, Inc. John and Carol Clemency Comcast Spotlight Daryl and Michele Connell Fund Jim and Terry Coombes Michael and Rebecca Costello Michael and Stacy Covey Bob and Bev Cross Cycrest Systems, Inc. DAA Northwest Vickie Davis Larry and Kathy Dilley Victor and Diana DiPietro Harlan and Maxine Douglass Walter and Kathy Egger Jim and Billie Etter Jonathan Ferraiuolo I.S. & Emily C. Fetterman Foundation Blaine and Pamela French Joe and Joan Gagliardi Maurice Gales Clark H. Gemmill John and Sherry Gilbert Ed and Candy (Jones) Gormley Robert and Denise Greco Greg and Shannon Green Harry and Jann Green James and Louisa Guise Larry L. Guthrie Carl M. Hansen Foundation Robert Hanson Daniel P. Harbaugh Doug and Tracy Hauff Jack and Lisa Heath Donald H. Herak Herak Foundation Tom and Mary Herche Kevin and Meg Hickey John and Deborah Holleran Stan and Shirley Hooper Don and Marilyn Jans Lon and Becky Jasper The Johnston-Fix Foundation KC Auto Paint and Supplies, Inc. Klaue Family Foundation 22 KPMG Foundation Carol and Stephen Latimer Family Charitable Fund Lewis and Sarah Lee LeMaster & Daniels, PLLC Harriet Leppek David M. Lincoln Lorinda Knight Gallery, Inc. Mike and Reneé Lucarelli David and Christina Lynch Elizabeth A. Lynn Foundation Jack and Mary McCann Tom and Mary McCarthey Bob and Sandy McConkey Pamela S. McKinzie Debbie and Kevin McQuilkin Microsoft Corporation William Miller Moloney + O’Neill Mary Jo Moore Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc. Moss Adams Foundation Mike and Muffy Murphy Timothy P. Murphy Fund Mike Myers and Carole Rolando Don and Jeanette Nelles Joseph and Carolyn Nelson Charlie and Doris O’Connor Guy and Madeline Ossello Charitable Giving James and Anne Pearson Ruth H. Pearson Jim and Gwen Powers Ron and Georgia Lee Puryear Rainbow Racing System, Inc. The Hubert F. Randall Charitable Fund of Schwab Charitable Fund Paul and Barbara Redmond DonorAdvised Fund Jeff and Margaret Reed Wendell and Norma Reed Norma and Wendell Reed Foundation Phil and Bev Reinig The Ed and Bunny Renouard Charitable Fund The Hon. and Mrs. J. Justin Ripley Helen B. Ripple Richard and Deborah (Gaebe) Roccanova R.N. Roccanova, D.D.S., P.L.L.C. Jessie Rosauer Richard and Garldine Rudisile S.E.R.E. Solutions, Inc. Dave and Sandy Sabey Lance and Melissa Sadler Ron Sagerson Salem Foundation Dick and Karen Sayre Michael and Carol Schimmels Steve and Tresa Schmautz David and Beverly Shaw Frost & Margaret Snyder Foundation The Swinging Doors Dick and Barbara Taylor Telect, Inc. George and Gina Thompson GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Terry and T.J. Tombari Edward Van Vliet Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Charlie and Kathy Watson Family Fund Steve and Dawn Watts Pat and Carol West Western States Asphalt, Inc. Myrtle Woldson David Wollersheim Women Helping Women Fund GONZAGA INVESTORS $5,000 - $9,999 Greg Anacker and Lora Bennett Dr. Kenneth Anderson and Ms. Susan Hart-Anderson Anheuser-Busch Companies Stephen and Sheryl Anthony Archdiocese of Seattle Bank of America Dr. Clarence Barnes Fred and Paula Bevegni Chadwick Bogar Patton Boggs Foundation Frank and Sharon Bouten John and Linda (Hensle) Bowers, Jr. Paul and Colleen Brajcich Bobby and Cathleen Brett Patricia Brown Fred & Leslie Brown Family Foundation Gregory and Michelle Bui Byrd Real Estate Group, LLC CAD of Spokane, Inc. Ron and Terri Caferro CBS Reporting, Inc. David and Jill (Legel) Christiansen Byde Clawson and Patricia Conolly Craig and Georganna Clifford Timothy and Madeline Clyde John Condon and Kaye Condon Consumer Auto Liquidators David and Melody Coombs Corkery & Jones Benefits, Inc. Gerri and Bob Craves Gary and Alea Culpepper Dr. Barbara Daniels Kevin and Mary Jean Daniels Buck and Diane Dear Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso, Jr. The Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso Family Foundation Alan Dernbach and Rose Higgins Armond and Kitty D’Inverno John and Margie Donoghue Fred H. and Mary S. Dore Charitable Foundation Tom and Karen Driscoll Steve Duvoisin EFI Consulting, Inc. John P. Egger Ernst & Young Foundation Frank and Patricia Etter Richard and Marjorie Ettinger Evans, Craven & Lackie, P.S. Evergreen Community Development Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Ewell Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. ExxonMobil Foundation George and Janet Fague Bob and Katie Ferguson Michael and Mary (Grush) Fox Bart and Hilke Gallant Daniel J. Galligan Willy and Michelle Geary Jim Giudici Gonzaga University Law Adjunct Faculty Kenneth and Beryl Goodchild Josef and Stephany Gray Mark and Mary Griffin Guardian Life Insurance Company The Hon. and Mrs. Richard P. Guy Thomas Hammer Coffee Thomas and Thomasin Hammer Patrick and Marilyn Hanley George P. Hardgrove Foundation Bill Hartinger James Hasson Michael T. Hayes Herak Enterprises, Inc. Lorelei and Phil Herres Horrigan Farms, Inc. Greg and Susan Huckabee Bill and Susana Huston Dr. and Mrs. William P. Ilgen Inland Orthopaedics of Spokane, PS Helen John Foundation Bob and Ginny Kane Don and Mary Kayser Kevin Kenneally KPFF Consulting Engineers Stephen G. Kukolich Bill and Jane (Dore) Kuper Annemarie Lambert Estate Thomas and Melody† Lavagetto Wil and Pat Loeken John L. and Phyllis P. MacKenzie Earl F. Martin Rocco and Barbara Martino The Rocco and Barbara Martino Foundation Alexander and Nancy McVie Dr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Meighan Merritt Brothers Lumber Bill and JoAnn Mick Moss Adams LLP Dan and Joyce Murphy NCAA CHOICES Program Roger and Sharon Nelson Roger A. and Sharon M. Nelson Charitable Foundation in the Idaho Community Foundation Michael and Kathy Nibarger Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company Pete and Wilma Olsen Foundation Donald and Joan Olson The Oregon Community Foundation William F. and Teresa O’Rourke Pearson Packaging Systems PEMCO Foundation, Inc. Arnold and Sarah Peterson David and Dorothy Pierce Trust Brad and Tonyia Pinney Bonita Polich Jim and Marilyn Prince Bill and Carol Quigg Mark and Barbara Ray Raytheon Company Diehl† and Anne Rettig Scott and Mary (Snelson) Richards Irene Ringwood Doug and Kathleen Rivard Rick Robinson Paul Roth Dr. James and Mrs. Marilyn Sachtjen Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sahlin Eric Sandberg Ward and Jacqueline Sandberg Sayre & Sayre, P.S. Clifford Schneider and Maria Ravarino Schutjer Bogar, LLC The Seattle Foundation Shell Oil Company Foundation Burton Sheppard and Kathleen Magnuson Sheppard Mary Shinn Gene and Merrilu (Silva) Sloboda Skip Smyser Spokane Food Services, Inc. St. Joseph’s Ambulance Service, Inc. Steve and Genene Staats Pete and Denise Stanton Stevens, Clay, and Manix, P.S. John Stone Suzi Stone Robert M. and Cecilia A. Stuckart Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation Patrick and Diane Sullivan Terry and Molly Thompson Thatcher and Jill (Bethel) Thompson Tom and Camilla Tilford John and Ann (Bramstedt) Timm Thomas and Elisabeth Tinor Toillion Pediatric Dentistry Robert and Corrine Tomlinson James and Debbie Topliff Mike and Mary Jo (McKinnon) Tucci Mike and Mimi Tucci Vector Marketing Corporation Vehrs, Inc. Sam and Mary Volpentest Nicholas and Karen (Lindsay) Warrick Washington State Bar Association Florence Wasmer Fund for Children and Families Richard D. Weigand, D.D.S., P.S. Wells Fargo Foundation Robert and Michele Wendel Peggy and John Worthing Thank you for your generous gifts made between June 1, 2009, and May 31, 2010. 1887 ASSOCIATES $2,500 - $4,999 Matt and Eleanor Andersen Gregory and Carol Anderson The Harlan E. Anderson Foundation Phillip Armstrong Association of American Colleges and Universities AT&T Foundation Avery Dennison The Ayco Charitable Foundation Heather Barbieri Kathryn K. Barbieri Tom and Eileen Barbieri Barbieri Charitable Foundation James and Barbara Barry John and Nancy (Scott) Battilega John and Ann Beutler John and Kristi Blake Kevin Blanchat Tim and Margaret Bruya BSC Engineered Systems Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Bruce and Judy Butler Guy and Shawna Byrd Dennis and Peggy (Morton) Calfee Cameron Reilly, LLC The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation Mark and Kathy (Evoy) Casey Chevrolet Motor Division Collegiate Network James and Norah (Flannery) Comerford Jeffrey D. Condill Jim and Harvelyn (Cornwell) Cooney John and Roselie Cooney F. Daniel and Susan (Pomerleau) Corkery Cornerstone Property Advisors, LLC Stan and Leslie Covey Donn and Tania Cox CPM Development Corporation Jacqueline S. Dallum Robert and Raeceil Day Henry L. Day Estate Brad and Pam (McNally) DeCounter Luino David Dell’Osso Roni Lynn Deutch Robert and Mary Dunn John and Allison Durkin Employees Community Fund of The Boeing Company Engineered Control Systems Robert Evans Justice Mary E. Fairhurst Louie and Kristi Falco Falco’s Jack L. Fallis, Jr. Dr. Robert Farner Dennis M. Fazzari Brian and Carol Finegan Sue S. Flammia James and Sharon (McMaster) Flynn John Ford Neal and Sharon (Martin) Fosseen Fosseen Foundation Paul and Georgia Gauron Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. William Gillingham Mario and Donna Giordano Global Credit Union Gonzaga University Faculty Budd and Kathy Gould Jerry and Helen Greenan Michael and Gail (Reid) Gurian Don and Sherie Hackney Fery and Ahmad Haghighi Thomas and Patricia Hanrahan George and Debbie Hansen Henningsen Cold Storage Company Gregg and Maureen (Cooney) Hersholt Steve Hindley Dale and Mary Hoisington The Harvey Hubbell Foundation Inter/Media Time Buying Corporation Megan L. Isenhower Mike and Lisa (Millison) Janicki JBCM Foundation Frank and Maureen Johnson Shirley J. Johnson Dennis and Katharine Jorgensen Terrance and Meg (Reilly) Judge Judicial Mediation Group K - L Manufacturing Company, Inc. George and Shari Kain Margel Foote Kaufman Melvin Kays Kim Hotstart Manufacturing Company James and Mary Anne (Metcalfe) King King Beverage, Inc. The Kling Family Foundation Ktech Corporation Shelly Kuney Max J. Kuney Company William A. Lampe Daniel and Lisa Lee Bill and Suzanne Lindberg Mark and Carol (Stone) Lokey Michael and Dana (Sells) Love Pauline M. Love and Michael Love Tony and Kelly (Judge) Lucarelli David and Cyndi Lucke Matt Mabus Mackin & Little, Inc. Michael Mallea and Maureen Lynch Kevin and Christine Malone Richard and Cheri Mast Tom and Cheré (Byrd) McKeirnan Michael and Joely Meighan Curt and Janna Mitchke Dr. Jason Moffitt John Moffitt Morgan Stanley Morris & Morris, P.S. Patrick S. Morris† Chuck and Linda Murphy Eric Frank and Molly Murphy Tom and Joyce Murphy YOUR GENEROSITY MEANS THE WORLD TO GONZAGA’S STUDENTS. The Thomas R. and Joyce M. Murphy Family Foundation MW Consulting Engineers Elaine (Morris) Myers Cajer and Jamie Neely Nevada Community Foundation Nike, Inc. Nordstrom, Inc. Northwest Orthopaedic Associates, PLLC Northwest Orthopaedic Specialists, PS Scott O’Brien Pat and Joan O’Connor Frank and Barb O’Neill John Orr Stephen and Karen Osborne Jerry and Becky Oswald Pape Material Handling, Inc. Paul and Mary Jane (Hidaka) Patterson Thomas and Cece Perko Steven and Patricia (Cloonan) Petersen Jim and Rosemary Peterson Pitney Bowes Mike and Betty (Onley) Pontarolo POWER Engineers, Inc. Thomas and Cheryl Powers The Prudential Foundation John and Gail Quigg The Hon. and Mrs. Philip M. Raekes Chris and Dianna Randall James and Maggie Randall Paul and Julie (Bourne) Rehberger Mike and Judy (Yeend) Reilly Gerald A. Rein Thomas and Katha Reuss Ronald and JoAnn (Salina) Roberts Richard† and Christine Robinson James and Jean Roeber Jim and Lin Roscoe Lowell and Kathleen Ruen Sahlin Foundation Robert and Carla Sanders Dr. and Mrs. Lester R. Sauvage Edward and Mary Ruth Schaumberg John and Penny Schultz Dale Sebo Rick Seefried David and Leslie Seidner Garry and Mary Shea Bill and Catherine Shiel Margaret (O’Brien) Shute and Rodger P. Shute Penn and Nancy Siegel Silicon Valley Community Foundation Chuck and Rojean Siljeg Gregory and Susan Smith Solum Products, LLC Christopher and Amy Spring Dr. and Mrs. John Staeheli Andrew Stasik Richard and Madeleine Strahl Owen and Diane Strecker Suntoya Corporation Robert Thompson, Jr. Thrifty Car Rental Timmco Insurance Company Towers Perrin David and Joan Traylor United Way of Central New Mexico USI Columbia Lighting Prof. James M. Vache Dr. James Valentine, Jr. Russ and Carole VanderWilde Paul and Deanna (Doree) Verret Dick and Laurel Vester Vester Eye Clinic Bruce and Pam Walker David and Joyce Walsh Tom and Melissa Watson Wells Fargo Stan and Gina Welsh Kevin and Jennifer (Prince) West Russell White and Judith QualyWhite Robert and Barbara (McNulty) Wiest Fritz and Jeanie Wolff Jason and Heather (Kampp) Wolff Bill and Liz (Curry) Wrigglesworth Luis Zabalaf PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL $1,500 - $2,499 360 Consulting Group Academy of Little Bears, Inc. Jay and Amanda Affleck John and Katherine Akstin Steve and Joan Allbery American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers Gene and Carol Annis The Apartment Broker Norman Archibald Charitable Foundation Greg and Lori Arpin ASC Machine Tools, Inc. Association of Corporate Counsel Washington State Chapter Richard and Trudy Baldasty Banner Bank Bill and Carol (Shea) Barber David M. and Leah Barbieri Don Barbieri Stephen Barbieri Bob and Shonna Bartlett Edward J. Barulich David and Nancy Bayley Richard and Stephanie (Farrell) Bechtolt, Jr. David and Ann (Barbieri) Bell The Berwick Degel Family Foundation Robbi Bielec Eddy and TerryKay Birrer Craig and Tammy Bishopp Catherine (Ford) Black Tom Black Blades Hair Design Mike and Sherry Blair Jack and Sue Boland James W. Bolwerk BP Amoco Foundation WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 23 Dan Brajcich, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James Brasch Jim and Pauline Bresnahan Gerda Brown Dr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Brown Roger G. Brown Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Bulger Brendan and Tracy Burke Loren and Janell Burke Bill and Nancy Burnett Michael and Marguerite (Kuder) Busch Douglas and Karen Byrd Gregory and Kareena Byrd Matthew J. Byrd Jim Cameron Martha Cameron Chris and Janet Camp James and Cynthia Cappello Kay C. Carnes Brian Carney Wade Carpenter Dr. Patrick J. Cavanaugh Estate Gerard Centioli Cisco Systems, Inc. Ryan and Beth Clements Evelyn Cochran David and Janice Colclough Jeffry and Susan Colliton Richard and Janette Compton John and Wanda Condon Robert and Linda Connor Rita M. Cooney Robert Cooper Dr. and Mrs. Coral W. Cotterell Rick and Janna Cresswell Joseph Crimmins David and Ellen Curry Cypress Advantage William and Sharon Davis Richard DeBlieck Dominic S.N. and Denise DeCaro Wade and Stacie DeGeest James A. Degel and Jeanne E. Berwick DeLuca Family Charitable Foundation, Inc. Carla A. (Harbaugh) Dempsey Dale and Christy (Smith) de Viveiros Angel and Kathleen (Bonck) Diez Ralph Dixon William and Kathleen (McFarland) Dobner Timothy and Katherine Donaldson Dorian Studios, Inc. Alan and Karen Douglas Thomas and Heidi (Wohlschlegel) Drynan Rich Dworkis and Heidi Cook Eaton Corporation Genevieve Edmonds Thank you for your generous gifts made between June 1, 2009, and May 31, 2010. 24 Forrest and Molly (Malone) Ehlinger Sonja Nordbye Fair Ferguson Enterprises, Inc. John and Dee Fery Fifth & Browne Pharmacy Nancy L. Fike Jim Finlen, Jr. John Finn and Karina Rio Rick Flamm and Vesna Somers Bob Frank Roger Fruci and Sharon (Vinson) Murphy G & N Enterprises Dale and Lisa (Desimone) Garrett Gates Foundation Jim and Dodie Gerding Dick and Kathleen Glassburn Bill and Connie Glynn John Goldman and Roslyn Bakst Goldman Gary and Nancy Gossett Michael and Cheryl Gossler Peter and Cheryl Grabicki Greater Gonzaga Guild David D. Green Jack and Helen Hafner Thomas Halvorson Dave and Kelly Hamad Dave and Susan Hamer Christopher and Christina Harney Dennis and Stacy Harrington William and Karen Harrison Jeffrey and Diana Hartnett John and Mary Heath, Jr. Jared and Kara (Svennungsen) Hertz Steve and Victoria (Swain) Hertz Kent and Virginia Hickman Joanne Hidaka and Ben Niedermeyer Dr. and Mrs. Kenji Higuchi Kirk and Sallie Hill Richard and Roberta Hodgson R. Sterling Hodgson, M.D., LLC Alan and Eileen Hogan Robyn Holder Hollister-Stier Laboratories, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Hueber J. Steven and Jane Hunter Gary and Susan Hustad Thomas Illich Impact Sales, Inc. James and Sandy Ivers Marcus and Teresa Jackson Mike and Linda Jensen Dr. Spencer and Jane (Holm) Jilek Tina U. Johnson Lawrence and Lynne Johnston JP Morgan Chase Bank JS Turner Family Foundation JustGive Robert Kaatz Kassi Kain John Kammeier Carol Durkin Kearns Dan Keefe Carolyn S. Kelly John and Pat Kelly GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Jason Kennedy Milburn and Bethine Kenworthy Betty L. Kiemle Mike and Terri Killeen Eric and Donna Kincanon Patrick and Maureen Kirby Gary Kirchner Richard and Kathleen Kirkendall Terry Kissane Thomas and Ellen Komadina Miro Kondryszyn Thomas and Catherine Kopitnik David P. Kopp Richard and Stacy Kuhling KXLY Laguna Hills Estates, LLC Keith and Linda LaHonta Bill and Carol Lampson Roy and Donna Larson Arthur Leahy Daniel Leifer Col. Harry Leiferman and Shelly Horton Harry Leiferman Consulting Michael and Debra Leslie Patrick Lettenmaier C. Russell and Wanda Lewis Jim and Jan Linardos Cole and Jamie Lindemann Noreen (Geiss) Littman Paul Lukinich Maureen A. Lyden Joseph M. Lynch William A. Maddigan Michael Mainer Dick and Jan Manning Marine View Beverage - Sumner Toby Martinez Dr. Michael D. McCormack Julie A. (Lopach) and Thayne M. McCulloh Michael and Donna McDonnell David and Barbara McGann Jim McGee Ray and Staci McGriff Matthew and Jennifer McPherson Ed and Betty McWilliams Merrill Lynch Jo L. Merwin Todd Miller and Yvonne Tackoor Fred Mollerus and Dot Mollerus John and Lori Moloney, Jr. Arnie and Kathryn Mondloch Dean T. Moorehouse Jeff and Julia Morris Kathleen A. Murray and Ronald I. Apfelbaum Dan Nagy Joe Nappi, Jr. and Mary Nappi Lt. Col. and Mrs. Pat Naughton Richard J. Niederegger Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Nisley The Norcliffe Foundation North Park Racquet Club Northwest Industrial Services Charles F. O’Brien James and Sharon O’Connell Dan and Patty O’Leary Tom O’Neil Shane O’Neill and Patricia CoddO’Neill Jack and Kathy Ossello Pacwest Home Corporation William and Dara Paine Jason Pankow and Shaundar Bradbury John and Janis Parente Dave and Theresa (Craven) Parks Parks Medical Corporation Marty Parola Dr. Donald R. Paugh James and Pat Peaper Paul and Wendi Pennington Pepsico Foundation Cathy and Clarence Perry Christopher and Julie Perry Julia A. Peyton Kurt A. Phillips Point at Post Falls Joe Poss Gary L. Powdrill Jim and Klaire (Fulton) Powers John Preston Thomas and Erin (Fitzpatrick) Price Procter & Gamble Fund James Psomas John R. Quinlan Michael and Victoria Quinn Gary and Sharon Randall Michael Reilly Elizabeth and Clyde Ries James and Beth Rivard The Hon. and Mrs. Michael P. Roewe R. C. and Connie Roland Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Romney Mike and Linda Roth Ned and Nancy Rumpeltes Mary Catherine Ryan Ryan and Lee Ann Saccomanno John and Diane Scelfo Mark and Molly Schemmel Stephen and Diana Schiro The Hon. and Mrs. Richard J. Schroeder John A. and Catherine Schultheis Dale Ann Schwab and Lynne Drake Bob and Liz (Davis) Sestero, Sr. Michael and Sheila (Whetstone) Shaler Bill and Hilda Shanks Jay and Jan Shaw Patricia Shepherd-Barnes Mike and Mary Shields Bill Simer and Renee Rolando Errol Simonitsch Dr. and Mrs.† John B. Smead Bill and Patricia (Eakin) Smith Harry and Lydia Smith Jim Snow David and Dori Sonntag Spokane Produce Thomas and Ann Spratt Al and Lois Stadtmueller Albert A. Stadtmueller & Company, PS Margot J. Stanfield Jeffrey and Veronica Steffan Charles and Diane Steilen Stokes Lawrence, P.S. Paul and Shirley Storwick Dr. D. Michael and Mrs. Geraldine (O’Melveny) Strong Daniel and Gina Stubbs Eric and Deborah Stucky Jonas and Cheryl Stutzman Summit Capital Group, LLC Jon Sunderland Steven and Linda Swartley John Swendseid Graham and Julie Tash Walter and Mary Anne Teets Juan and Becky Tenorio Brian and Lacie Thompson Michael and Shari Thompson The Hon. and Mrs. Phil Thompson Timothy and Mary Kay Thompson Michael and Catherine Tkacz James and Tenley Tobin Jim and Sheryl Tomlinson Frank and Kathleen (Zenner) Tomsick John Tonani Prof. Mary Pat Treuthart and Mr. Dan Webster Tri-Cities Prep Thomas and Lissa Tripp Bill and Barbara Trudeau Diane Tunnell Harry Turenchalk, Jr. Jeff Turner and Susan Rauenhorst Turner United Data Security, Inc. U.S. Bank of Minnesota Jerry and Donna Vermillion Arnljot and Dorothy (Cates) Wagsholm Ed and Amy (Botsford) Walker Kurt and Tami Walsdorf James and Kathleen Walsh Washington Judges Foundation Washington Outpatient Rehab Gary Weber Markus K. Weickenmeier Wendle Motors Wendy’s Hamburgers BAR NZ, Inc. Maureen (Reidy) Witt Katharine Witter Brindley and Ralph Brindley Steven and Tina Yentzer John and Jane Zanol Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing. We would appreciate you alerting us to any errors or omissions. Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381, 800.463.6925 or firstname.lastname@example.org. HONOR ROLL OF CONTRIBUTORS 2009 – 2010 FIFTY YEARS OR MORE OF GENEROSITY The following individuals have given to Gonzaga for 50 or more years: ‘36 ‘42 V-12 ‘49 ‘50 CLASS OF 1936 Dr. Edwin T. MacCamy 52 CLASS OF 1942 Joseph C. Tremblay 50 CLASS OF 1943 DONORS Mrs. Charles P. Larson 47 Jack Costello 16 Dr. Russell P. Esposito 47 Willis McKeon 17 Ed McWilliams 29 Jack M. O’Brien, Jr. 35 Tom Sifferman† 44 CLASS OF 1932 CLASS OF 1944 Mrs. Charles A. Barry† 31 Dr. Francis G. Burke 29 Mrs. R. David Brown 10 John Ferris Paul Sauber 37 Robert Spurck 19 The numbers denote individual years of giving. †=Deceased CLASS OF 1931 CLASS OF 1936 Thomas P. Lacy 51 Mrs. Robert V. Lyons, Sr.† 28 Dr. Edwin T. MacCamy 52 Mrs. Steven Van Voorhis 19 CLASS OF 1949 CLASS OF 1937 Phillip Skok, Sr. 51 Mrs. Louis L. Barbieri 40 Lester Madsen 39 V-12 CLASS OF 1950 Ray Allen 54 Cy Harrington 51 Pete Suden 51 ‘51 CLASS OF 1951 ‘52 CLASS OF 1952 ‘55 CLASS OF 1955 ‘56 ‘57 ‘59 ALUMNI Richard Ebel 50 Richard Hire 50 Vaughn Keller 51 Budd Neumann† 51 CLASS OF 1938 George Welch, Jr. 16 Angela (Reisenauer) Wittman 37 CLASS OF 1939 Eric Anderson 34 Jim Mathers, Jr. 24 Mrs. Gordon E. Merwin 46 CLASS OF 1940 Mrs. Donald L. Force 14 Dr. Bert P. Jacobson 32 Tom Zoeller 35 Helen (Shepard) Greenan 50 T. Jerry Greenan 50 Mike Nestor 52 Sally (Kirkpatrick) Neumann 51 CLASS OF 1941 CLASS OF 1956 Don Evavold 39 Dr. Clayton K. Gross 13 Dennis P. Hayes 22 Tom Iwata 32 Henry Savage 11 Joseph C. Tremblay 50 Mary Jo (Pilat) Anderson 54 CLASS OF 1957 Joseph J. Schauble 51 CLASS OF 1959 Leo Finnegan 50 Carolyn (Magee) Schauble 51 Michael Stepovich 11 Dr. Francis L. Van Veen 32 CLASS OF 1942 GONZAGA IS ACTIVELY INVOLVED IN NCAA VOLLEYBALL, SOCCER, CROSS-COUNTRY, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL, ROWING, TENNIS, GOLF AND TRACK. BUT IT HAS NOT ALWAYS BEEN THAT WAY – ONCE WE WERE KNOWN FOR FOOTBALL AND BOXING! CLASS OF 1945 Albert Keno 24 Martin Miller 15 CLASS OF 1946 Robert Hattrup 8 Donald H. Herak 47 Frank Pavel 29 V-12 Robert D. Barbagelata 11 Edward Barulich 22 Dr. Bernard John Drury 13 Arthur A. Dugoni 40 Harry Groger Jack Hafner 12 William B. Hayden 7 Thomas P. Lacy 51 Davis P. McNamee Byron P. Meyers 11 Martin Miller 15 Richard O’Loughlin 4 Mike O’Neil 23 Frank Pavel 29 Angelo Sangiacomo 6 CLASS OF 1947 Harry Calbom, Jr. 17 Dr. Patrick Cavanaugh† 3 Arthur A. Dugoni 40 Mrs. William P. Eldenburg 10 Irene Nishimura 5 Dr. Lester R. Sauvage 49 Robert Zappone 17 CLASS OF 1948 Paul Gottschalk 24 Donald Kelley 27 Thomas P. Lacy 51 Byron P. Meyers 11 Ed Ralph 48 Mrs. Edmund J. Ripple 5 Darrell Smith 38 Ferdinand Swenson 7 CLASS OF 1949 J. Bartholet 40 Ed Braune 11 Al Budig 22 Dr. Coral W. Cotterell 25 Helen K. Feldhausen 36 Robert Flagan 46 Clare Kiefer 19 Patrick Lettenmaier 9 Alouez Linehan 12 Mrs. Gerald R. McFaul 46 Allen McKimmey 28 Thomas Moore 48 Mrs. Daniel R. Murphy 30 Dr. Raymond B. Myers 33 Arthur Neumayer 31 Charlie O’Connor 42 Bill Ogle 49 William F. O’Rourke 13 Jim Peplinski 47 Jake Quinn 34 Mark A. Schuerman 36 Phillip Skok, Sr. 51 Mrs. George E. Tiesse 34 Richard Unger 32 CLASS OF 1950 Ray Allen 54 Robert P. Beard† 28 Robert E. Brady 30 Francis Cassidy 2 Dr. John F. Comfort 46 Donald Conley 31 Jack Curran 41 Phil Dellwo 22 John Dougherty 49 Bill Eng 49 The Hon. Richard J. Ennis 17 Robert A. Escure† 49 Rich Evans 23 James Felice 14 Dr. John F. Gatton 43 Dr. Ed Gray 47 Vic Gray 16 Fred Hare 25 Dorothy (Eggert) Heinecke 43 Harold Himmelsbach, Jr. 23 Ralph Hyneman 13 Dr. Thomas H. Jones 44 Earl Keaton 25 Richard Kirkendall 38 Ed Korn 17 LaRue L. (Lawrence) Krumm 17 Lawrence Leaf 15 John Magee 21 Arthur Marsh 25 Louis Mastriani 12 Frank McCauley 26 George Migaki 29 Mrs. William H. Mitchell 21 Patrick Morris 37 Mrs. Frank J. Morton 36 Leon Olney 31 Patrick F. Owens 16 Jim Parker 37 Bill Preusse 29 Dr. Chester E. Raun 31 Kenneth T. Sauve 20 Lewis Sciarillo 34 Emmett Shearer 24 Pete Suden 51 Dr. Henry J. Sudmeier 12 Howard Swenson 22 Jack Tellefson 9 Ivan Thomas 7 Mrs. John P. Tracy 30 John Tracy† 30 Edward Walsh 22 WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 25 Frank Walter 32 John Warn 24 Jim Weber 40 John Winkler 23 Lee Wright 18 CLASS OF 1951 Joseph Beckner 38 Robert Blair 6 John Bryson 32 William E. Burch 39 Donald L. Clarno 24 Robert Comfort 31 Dr. Bernard M. Coolbaugh 13 Mrs. Joseph M. Cooney 36 Robert Doerr 31 Richard J. Dolack 21 Leo Driscoll 24 Richard Ebel 50 Mrs. Eugene R. Erigero 48 Thomas Fennessy 10 Art Fitzsimmons 16 Lt. Col. (Ret.) William Gillingham 47 Harold T. Hartinger 45 Reno Hatcher 6 Bill Hennessey 33 Mrs. H. Henry Higgins 3 Richard Hire 50 Dolly M. Ito 30 Frank Hayes Johnson 30 Wilbur Johnson 17 Norman Kilgore 28 Paul Klasen, Jr. 31 John Kriete 16 Meredith E. Madden 18 Mrs. Albert B. Mann 35 James R. McCaughey 40 Michael McDonnell 22 Roy Okada 45 Austin O’Regan 19 Gladys (Cerenzia) Peretti 44 Phil Reinig 34 Fran Rudolf 44 Thomas Savage 11 Donald Schmitt 34 John Seymour 47 Lyle Smith Stephenson 7 John Tracy, Jr. 37 Herbert Waggoner 20 Lucille Weber 47 Robert C. Weber† 47 Mrs. Dick Wright 24 John T. Yeats 44 CLASS OF 1952 Guido Andreano 30 Joan K. (Rowley) Bennett 37 Richard C. Bennett 37 T. Roger Billeter† 22 Michael J. Brewer 41 Barbara (Brown) Brundage 20 Dr. Stuart A. Davis 14 Herbert H. Denny 4 Dr. James P. Diestel, Jr. 22 Martin Dolan 20 Frank J. Dorsey 19 26 Stanley Fairhurst† 35 Margaret Feist 41 Herman J. Geiger 46 Phyllis (Fischbach) Geiger 46 Bud Gilmartin, Jr. 44 Bill Greiwe 33 Jim Hutton 29 William Judge 22 Vaughn Keller 51 James Klise 28 Richard C. Knop 36 Dr. Robert G. Lancaster† 34 Mrs. John E. Long 24 Budd Neumann† 51 Warren Olson 10 Thomas O’Neil 36 Robert Pasby 13 S. James Perkins 11 David Peterson 2 Donald Rielly 47 Richard Rose 19 Donna (McMillan) Schuerman 10 James A. Simpson 33 John Mang Chung Tsoi 16 James L. Worley 43 Lorenz F. Wustner 8 CLASS OF 1953 Dr. Edward W. Anderson 21 Urban C. Bartholet 15 Sodelbia (Heade) Busch 40 Dr. Anthony F. Cafaro 9 J. Gerard Cain 30 Dr. Victor V. Carnell 31 Donald Connell 15 Constance Corontzos Ted Corontzos† Michael J. Cronin 42 Frank J. Dever 13 Stew Eggers 19 Don Etten 37 Jim Finlen, Jr. 31 Ed Gordon 31 June R. (Roslund) Gravengaard 33 Ronald Hanson 17 Bill Jacobs 48 Joan M. (Treibel) Kilian 42 Mary Lou (Douglas) Kuijper 19 Wes Langford 37 Robert P. Lawrence 21 Wil Loeken 44 Jim McGoffin 40 Don Meehan 31 Thomas Miller† 9 Dr. Joseph J. Murphy 8 Raymond W. Murphy 45 Richard O’Donnell 8 Barbara A. (Redmond) Olson 32 Loren O’Toole 16 Fred S. Owen 12 Harve Phipps, Jr. 33 The Hon. Richard L. Pitt 30 John Rand 48 Paul Riedl 21 Dr. James V. Rocca 20 Carol Peters Rooney 14 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Jim Rooney 47 Max Rumelhart 29 Ruth L. (Fisher) Rumelhart 29 Thomas T. Sawai 24 Gordon Simanton 30 Thomas L. State 42 Mike Tsoi 23 Harold Winderl 22 CLASS OF 1954 Elinor Alfano 12 Cletus Beckman 24 Marilyn Jans Before 35 George Chalich 23 Lewis Davis, Jr. 34 Mark Derr 14 Charles Ennis 7 Robert L. Ferguson 31 Rosemary E. Dell Foley Charles R. French† 12 Rita J. French 12 Maurice Gales 46 David Gelb 23 John Goodrich 35 The Hon. William J. Grant 20 Lester Guske 22 Dr. Robert L. Kalez 37 James Kelly 5 John Kelly 36 Max Leone 37 Donald L. Lewis 29 Keith McGoffin 28 Robert J. McKanna 35 Roy McLaren 34 John M. Michels 36 Fred Mollerus 32 Glen Morris 26 Wesley A. Nuxoll 41 Mrs. Frederick J. Owens 17 Albert F. Porta 7 Patrick Riley 48 Lester Schwaegler, Jr. 45 Irvin Smith 20 Patricia L. (Prague) Thomas 24 Mrs. John B. Troup 25 Tom Troy 40 Elvin Vandeberg 46 Harold Van Riper 10 Jerry Wells 21 CLASS OF 1955 Dr. Arthur L. Barry 10 Joseph Brennan† 31 Dr. F. Michael Busch 35 Lawrence Buse 35 Carl Canfield 13 William Cleaver, Sr. 11 Darwin Delducco 47 Milton Fujita 10 Barbara C. (Geary) Gianos 21 Helen (Shepard) Greenan 50 T. Jerry Greenan 50 Dave Hamer 43 Barbara (Cahoon) Johansen 6 Patrick Kenney 25 Bill Kerley 14 Ray Lawrence 41 Mildred L. (Wood) Lutge 31 Loyal Marsh† 4 Dr. Charles B. McGough 20 Joseph McNabb 12 Joseph G. Monks 44 John Morford 11 Gerald Mullins 6 Joyce M. (Boniface) Murphy 27 Mike Nestor 52 Sally (Kirkpatrick) Neumann 51 Robert R. O’Connor 7 Jill H. (Garland) Pendarvis 19 Helen B. Ripple 7 Robert Rowles 15 Marilynn M. Russell† 3 Rev. Rock Sassano 5 Mrs. Raymond R. Tanksley, Jr. 25 Dr. Frank Vedelago 25 Bill Via 31 Joseph Whelan 30 Dr. Willard J. Wyman 48 Adonna H. (Nuxoll) Yuse 38 Jack Zinkgraf 19 CLASS OF 1956 Mary Jo (Pilat) Anderson 54 Bill Barber 26 Carol (Shea) Barber 26 Mary C. (Albo) Bishop 34 William D. Botch 11 Jim Cave 23 Dick Chastek 30 Richard Cheek 12 Richard G. Cochran 6 Richard L. Compton 36 Lawrence Connors 28 John Croteau 11 E. James Davis 9 Ed Dawson 22 Armand DeFelice 31 Gayle (Neumann) Dever 42 Dennis Doppler Patricia (Staunton) Etchart 37 Emil Feczko 25 George Fish 49 Eric Forner 25 Robert Graham 16 Betty J. Harrington 38 Douglas Hartwich 6 Mike Harwood 15 Robert F. Hauth 36 Don Jans 47 Bill Jobb 22 Bethine J. (Hess) Kenworthy 46 Jack Kirwan 3 Dr. H. John Lane 38 Patricia (Pierce) Lawrence 21 Jerry Layman 10 Paul Le Blanc 33 Leila (Roche) Lewis 5 James McCuaig 2 Helen Ferry McDuffie 43 Shirley A. (Duffner) Murphy 45 Thomas R. Murphy 27 The Hon. Richard J. Richard, Sr. 15 Harold Ripple 17 Laurelyn (Schimmels) Rothrock 22 Edward Sand 3 Pat Schindele 31 Tom Scott, Sr. 14 Pat Shryne 20 Rev. Charles D. Skok 15 Dr. Ronald P. Smith 27 Mildred (Grow) Sprague 22 John Sullivan 10 The Hon. Phil Thompson 29 Jerry Vermillion 26 Loren N. Vorlicky 30 Pete Walker 39 Con Warren 30 Marty Weber 48 Richard J. Weber 23 Geraldine Weller 43 CLASS OF 1957 Pat (Lyons) Ahern 13 Barbara Anderson 5 David Ayarra 6 William Barker 11 Ernie Becker 43 Gerald Berger 3 Bonnie J. (Koltenbronn) Bosworth 32 Frank Bourbeau 32 Pat (Ellis) Busse 21 Robert Busse 21 Jack Butorac 30 Ann (Ackerman) Cannan 16 Patrick Casey 11 Robert Clavel 27 Robert A. Coomes 15 Michael Davis 29 Michael A. Donlan 46 John Donoghue 21 The Hon. Robert J. Doran 45 Myra (McGillivrey) Farquhar 6 Lowell Freeman 12 Joe Grismer 25 Ronald Hagadone 16 Regina S. Hamacher 20 Bill Hanlon 3 Roger Helms 21 Rol Herriges 25 Cornelia Heston Mrs. John W. Hill 21 Dr. Bernard R. Johnson 20 Kenneth Kinzer 24 Dr. Thomas Little 23 Joe Lynch 33 Donald L. Merrick 27 Tom Mulcahy 25 Donald Olson 49 The Hon. Justin Quackenbush 26 John Reed 6 The Hon. J. Justin Ripley 19 Richard Rudisile 16 Joseph Rutten 35 Joseph J. Schauble 51 Gerald Shaw 44 Robert A. Sisk, Jr. 18 Al Stadtmueller 38 Jackie R. Stone 21 Robert Tinnon 8 Art Tondini 19 David F. Tri 33 Phyllis M. (Champoux) Tri 33 Bob Turnley 12 Dr. Richard D. Twiss 29 Robert K. Waitt 46 Conrad Walla 21 CLASS OF 1958 Raymond Anderson 33 Bob Anselmo 30 Bill Arkoosh 20 Gale Benoit 12 Joseph Betzendorfer, Jr. 22 Frank Bouten 32 Sherrel Bradford-Roshdy 21 Dr. William R. Brown, Jr. 6 Gordon Brunette 31 Sheila Caskey Holder 20 Lila (Chun) Chrystal 22 Maurice Clark 35 Carroll R. (Mingo) Cleaver 11 John H. Courtney 20 COL Bruce H. Davis 12 Patricia L. (Alexander) Davis 4 Patricia (Skahan) Donlan 46 Robert Earnest 23 Betty A. (Reder) Ellis 35 Cathy (Costello) Elting 25 Jim Elting 25 Jacklin A. (Walter) Frangi 15 Josef E. Gray 31 John H. Hanson 44 Charles Ircink 27 George A. Kain 36 Peter King 20 E. June (Evans) Kruse 31 Dr. Franklin D. Love† 12 Lyle Dean Lueck 8 Cora Lee Mack 22 Richard McInelly 15 Paul McNabb 28 Dick McWilliams 44 Colleen (Kane) Meighan 49 Jacob W. Meighan 49 Kenneth T. Miller 5 Joe Monaco 25 Marilyn J. (Macnab) Murphy 34 Elaine (Morris) Myers 22 Al Osterkamp 24 Gary L. Petesch 8 Cyril Portman 4 Jim Quinn 24 Charles Redmon 6 Jim Ringwood 43 Roger J. Roman 46 F. Wallace Rothrock 22 Albert Schauble, Sr. 37 Dr. William M. Shanks 37 Karl W. Speltz 34 Jerry A. Stebbins 10 Ivan Stepan 19 Robert F. Thaden 31 Patrick Thiel 24 Joe Thomas 34 David Van Loan 33 Ernie Vollmer 48 Dave Walsh 32 Clara A. (Shaw) Weil 23 Bill Weldele 18 Janet P. (Puccinelli) Wollersheim 20 CLASS OF 1959 Gene Annis 36 Patricia A. Bell 21 William D. Bell 23 John Byrne 12 Delpha J. (Stevens) Camp 33 Patrick R. Cockrill 22 David G. Culver 27 Thomas A. Driscoll 37 Ann C. (Capaccio) Duby 21 Jim Etter 35 Dr. Martin S. Favero 28 Rev. Terence J. Fay, S.J. 12 Brian Finegan 31 Leo Finnegan 50 Denis Frie 8 Duke Gaffney 19 Joseph P. Gagliardi 46 Jim Garvey 41 Lt. Col. Robert H. Grassi 17 George Grismer 24 The Hon. Richard P. Guy 26 Robert Hanson 32 Dr. John E. Hench 36 Charles Hoppel 16 Suzann Horn Terry Inman 36 Lavonda K. (Bodeau) Ircink 28 Paul L. Ircink 28 Melvin Kays 21 Bernard C. Koontz 33 Robert Kovacevich 23 Maxine M. Kremensky 5 Tom Kubota 48 Mary Lou Lane 42 Pauline M. (Herzig) Love 27 Paul N. Luvera 48 Dan McHugh 13 Al Mousseau 31 Donald P. Nelles 42 James Nordale 20 Elizabeth L. (Traversi) Olszowy 13 Tiny Paris 11 Bob Pedersen 27 Charles Peterson 5 John Powers 24 Delos Putz 37 Emmett Quinn 40 The Hon. Philip M. Raekes 40 Paul Redmond 28 Bernadette (Suva) Renouard 40 Edward J. Renouard 40 Edward A. Ring 39 Norman L. Roberts 31 Carl Roecks 14 Joan Eraerts Rolling 22 Sharon K. (Rusing) Roman 46 Dr. Richard S. Rosler 43 Mrs. Lawrence B. Ryan 2 Carolyn (Magee) Schauble 51 Bob Scholie 11 Donald K. Sharpes 4 Mrs. Harry H. Sladich 45 Carol (Brolin) Speltz 34 Elizabeth (Hurley) Standiford 34 Patrick Sullivan 20 Marvin Thomas 19 Tim Thornton 34 Mary (Murphy) Tuss 31 Bill Warren 12 Jacqueline M. (Emmons) Williams 31 David Wollersheim 7 James Yeager 24 CLASS OF 1960 – 50th Reunion Mary Lee Abba-Gaston 27 John W. Armenia† 41 Ltc. Robert B. Austenfeld 38 Shirley (Fazzari) Beaudry 24 Clarence N. Blake Bill Boyd 42 Terence J. Brennan 3 Bill Broenkow 28 Gerald E. Bynum 7 Clara Y. (Potter) Campbell 16 Don Curran 41 Jayne (Stanich) Dempsey 7 Charles V. D’Hondt 33 Read E. English 5 Sylvia Friede 43 Joan (Hively) Gagliardi 46 George Gerard 11 Dr. Kathleen Whetstone Harte 40 Jerry Haupt 31 Ann (Giebel) Hernandez 15 Alex Herzog 46 Gary Hordemann 27 Darrell W. Jesse 14 Mike Kobluk 28 Milton Langlois 15 Barbara (Weldele) LaPietra 18 Mignon Manelli 25 J. Richard Manning 25 Lynn (Willis) McAleer 20 Joan (Enders) Morgenstern 45 Edward Mulick 40 Richard Murphy 6 Linnet (Ries) Murray 26 Jeanette (Jenny) Nelles 42 Pat Nolan 33 Guy Ossello 48 Pat (Martin) Paulson 13 Dale Percy 20 Jim Peterson 23 Michael L. Peterson 31 Sally (Grant) Peterson 11 John Quinlan 46 Eleanor (Polutnik) Raschkow 28 Harold Rebenitsch 37 S. F. Rief 33 Dorita Roberts 10 Edward Rosicky 31 Morie Shacker 7 Chuck Siljeg 48 Ed Smith 6 Cara M. (McCann) Snyder 7 Bob Stach 37 N’Shama Sterling 4 Norb Trauba 12 Glen Uhlenkott 25 Raymond Urh 20 Kay D. (Jans) Walker 16 Victor R. Weil 23 CLASS OF 1961 Donald Anderson, Jr. 28 Larry Atwell 21 Robert P. Bourbeau 15 Robert Boyd 7 Elizabeth A. (Botch) Buchanan 16 ’Salie (Boughton) Cockrill 22 James B. Comerford 26 Ruth R. (Burke) Cox 29 Roger Coyle 27 David DeFoe† 26 James DeGon 9 William H. Destefano 9 Ralph Ebersole 5 Michael Farley 22 Arny Forner 26 Thomas Grant 16 Lionel C. Greenwood 16 Constance M. (Oldershaw) Guthrie 9 Ray Haeg 12 Frederick Halverson 22 Pat A. (Girouard) Halverson 31 Robert M. Halverson 31 Commissioner George F. Hanigan 26 John F. Hauer 5 Ray Kelleher 48 David Kuttner David Lamey 23 Carolyn Gale Louthian 36 Dorothy Wichmann Maas 34 Charles J. Mader 11 Dr. William P. Mahrt 15 Lawrence McNerthney 33 Sharlene (Sharpe) Miller 28 Allen Morris 10 Jerome Olson 34 Terry Peterson 12 Col. Leland E. Prentice 31 James H. Prince 33 Marilyn C. (Zenner) Prince 33 Mike Pugh 9 Mike Ramos 19 Elaine (Maccaferri) Reese 27 Kathleen (Acher) Riel 26 Ronald A. Roberts 27 Peter F. St. Denis 19 James Schmit 9 The Hon. John Schultheis 19 Michael Seubert 39 B. M. (Arbuckle) Severtsen 14 Michael D. Shaler 21 Mary Jo (Peterkin) Shaw 19 Jack Sheehan 23 Ted Sivalon 45 Pat Tierney 28 Joyce M. (Duarte) Trask 27 Michael A. Tucci 37 Diane M. Vanderzanden 26 Robert Vanderzanden 4 WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 27 CLASS OF 1962 Nettie Balch Allen 32 Peter G. Banulis 43 William Bond 28 Mike Bowers 24 Henry Buescher 22 Ronald N. Caferro 26 Thomas Chapman 24 William W. Charlton 17 Denny Codd 28 Jeffry D. Colliton 23 Norah (Flannery) Comerford 26 Tom Correll 41 Jeanne Cherie (Paradis) Dertinger 5 Don Donaldson 9 Charles Esposito 23 Mary Finke 30 Gary Gayton 10 Gary Geiss 31 Michael Gross 6 R. Bruce Hankins 28 David L. Hattrick 9 Lawrence Hawkins 4 Howard Herman 24 Patricia L. (Connor) James 27 Helen (Pritchard) Joers 11 George Kleeman 39 Mike Klein 42 George Kurka 27 M. Diane (Johansing) Litchfield 36 Noreen A. (Geiss) Littman 23 Sally (Zongker) Mackey 22 Larry Maillet 29 Robert Maruca 23 Thomas McAndrews 21 Juliet (Raney) McCarthy 19 Jeanne Murra McMillan 9 Dr. Anthony J. Milan 23 Dona (Helland) Morris 3 Duane Morris 3 Ronald Moss 12 John Moynier 22 Mrs. Duane D. Myers 28 Gary Myers 28 Bill Myrhang 38 Dr. Albert H. Nephew 26 Daniel Nordmark 24 Francene J. (Siers) Onzay 9 Donald Parrish 4 Albert Pasqualotto 14 Jeannette Peterson 3 Ann M. (Allen) Porter 40 H. Eugene Quinn 40 Kathleen L. (Mauk) Reid 14 Ronald E. Riel 26 JoAnn L. (Salina) Roberts 27 Paula M. (Mc Ardle) Rolleri 7 David J. Ross 21 Jacquelyne (Kopas) Ruckwardt 42 John Schultz 29 Barbara (Shaffer) Shaw 11 Jerry Shaw 11 Thomas J. Slovarp 12 Mary Jo (McKinnon) Tucci 36 Monda Van Hollebeke 16 Mary (Collins) Volpentest 17 Sam R. Volpentest 17 Richard K. Yorioka 24 Stephen Zimmer 3 Ray Zugel 27 CLASS OF 1963 Forrest Amsden 30 Daniel S. Avey† 11 John Battilega 32 John R. Black 9 Don Bodeau 39 Laurence Broderick 17 Molly E. (Condon) Butler 34 Henry J. Charvet 28 Joe Connors 16 John Cooney 29 Peggy Dempsey 39 Bob Di Julio 5 William R. Dobner 29 Dennis R. Duggan 3 Mary F. (Miller) Duggan 3 Frank Duval 6 James Ellison 15 Ben Engle 24 Sonja Nordbye Fair 25 James Fischer 7 Dr. Earl N. Forsman 23 Neal R. Fosseen, Jr. 2 Carl Fry 7 Catherine A. Geraghty 30 Jack Hamlin 27 Mary E. (Kennelly) Hanigan 26 Lorelei (Munroe) Herres 33 Phillip B. Herres 33 Neil Hoitink 23 William R. Hottell 27 Dr. L. Michael Howell 33 Tom Hulscher 8 John Humbert 13 Robert Johnston 11 Margel Foote Kaufman 29 Midge (McGreevy) Kuster 32 Sandra L. (Perkins) Labadie 10 Jay LaCroix Nick Lamanna, Sr.† 8 Anna M. Ledgerwood 30 Daniel Lee 27 Patrick R. Lenon 9 Dr. Joseph D. Lynch 31 Mrs. John P. Madden Elaine M. (Mrachek) Masso 29 Terrence Matz 28 Col. Frank E. McCormick 18 Jack McElroy 36 CAMPUS HAS GROWN AND BUILDINGS HAVE CHANGED, BUT COMMUNITY IS STILL THE HEART OF GONZAGA. 28 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Don McNall 11 Walt Merrick 12 James Michel 20 Donald Nadvornick 23 Elaine (Schaffers) Perko 25 James D. Perko 25 James E. Piazzola 4 Gail (Fox) Pitchford 36 Larry Plews 25 Nick Puzzo 3 Celeste (Leino) Quinlivan 14 John T. Quinlivan 16 Margaret S. Reagan 39 Theresa M. Reisenauer 3 John Rickman 20 Carl Ruckwardt 42 Tom Rutter 5 Dr. John B. Ryan 19 The Hon. Richard Schroeder 41 D. Michael Strong 36 Howard E. Tennant 15 Sharon (Buckley) Tennant 15 John H. Thomson 16 Ray Vollert 8 Bette (Cappuccio) Weber 23 Jim Wickwire 21 Edward Wolf, Jr. 24 Anne M. (Rettinger) Zielsdorf 16 CLASS OF 1964 Dr. Joseph A. Anselmo 26 Janice (Anderson) Ashleman 13 The Hon. Paul A. Bastine 25 Nancy A. (Scott) Battilega 32 John Bauer 16 Robert J. Beaudry 24 Richard H. Beck 19 Mary Jean (Witmeyer) Carmany 32 Larry Chatterton 13 Gary Cline 10 Dr. Joseph D. Codd 38 Richard Coles 29 Katherine (Huhtanen) Connors 36 Dr. Gerald William Cook 15 Rita M. Cooney 17 Gary C. Cooper 12 Tom Davis 29 Virginia (MacIntyre) Dubuque 9 Julia B. (Nicholson) Dugger 26 Dean Duncan 35 Ronald Dupas 38 William Edison 16 Joan (Manning) Ensign 27 Victoria Flower 19 Sharon (Martin) Fosseen 2 Dr. Clarence Freeman, Jr. 18 Craig Gage 25 Bill Gilchrist 6 The Hon. H. John Hall 17 Katherine E. Hammer 8 Linda (Laskey) Hansen 17 Thomas P. Hansen 31 Suzi (Harootunian) Havey 22 Thomas J. Havey 22 Mike Howson 30 Thomas C. Hufty 21 John Keith 32 Michael Kennedy 35 Terry Kissane 22 Dianne M. (Wald) Klein 42 Douglas Krier 38 Chris Ledwidge 11 Robert H. Leeds, Jr. 27 James T. Linardos 11 Ronald Little 26 George F. Luger Patricia Martin 24 Gary Myrene 30 Joseph Nappi, Jr. 28 Jeanne M. (Ford) Nowlin 5 Gerry Noyen 4 Dr. James P. O’Connell 15 James Old 20 Richard Orfalea 6 Vaughn B. Overlie 11 W. Murray Paterson 4 Jim Peaper 28 Jerry Pederson 19 Dr. Dennis E. Penna 24 Dr. Howard L. Platter 29 Mike Power 29 Margaret A. Prietto 28 John A. Rea 15 Scott Rice 4 Rosemary (Menzia) Rief 33 Herman Rossi, III 34 Jim Scarborough 18 Sharon M. (May) Scarborough 18 Ron Schmidt 27 Charles Schoenberg 28 Sheila J. (Whetstone) Shaler 21 Donald Sharp, S.J. 11 Dianne M. Shiner 24 William J. Shoemaker 24 Kathleen A. Skeman 21 Merrilu (Silva) Sloboda 44 Dolores C. (Dawson) Slovarp 12 Margan H. (Haley) Smith 37 Maurice M. Smith, Jr. 37 John Sooy 24 Fred J. Stanaway 6 Thomas Stewart 5 Patricia (Kane) Sullivan 10 Arthur Taylor John R. Thiel 23 Patricia (Galitza) Thiel 23 Rosemary (Dellwo) Toft 43 Barbara J. (Schneider) Vadset 27 Chuck Van Marter 20 Karen L. Volpatti 8 Dick Waitt 28 Marianne Broz Wassel 18 Hans Weber 18 Mary K. (Erickson) Whelan 4 Lucy (Hould) White 24 Marvin B. Williams 7 Jim Workland 24 Thank you for your generous gifts made between June 1, 2009, and May 31, 2010. CLASS OF 1965 Norman R. Agostino 43 Louise M. (Wiele) Alia 9 Patrick Barry 13 Paul Bettinger 12 Victoria C. Bielka George Binczewski 31 Helen M. (Downey) Boedecker 25 Chris Canwell 21 Stephen T. Cavit 40 Jim Day 29 Paul De Silva 16 Veronica (Murphy) Devlin 7 Carol (Jahn) Donnelly 21 John E. Dugger 26 Joan (Tausch) Duroe 4 Marilyn A. (Mischel) Elmquist 17 K. Nozaki Ewing 40 Harvey Faurholt 21 Vince P. Fennimore 10 Donald Foran 12 Gloria L. (Allen) Gedrose 13 Richard Gedrose 13 Peter M. Gerber 11 Mike Glatt 31 Lawrence R. Goulet 17 Albert J. Gyllenhammer 10 Mary Jayne Hellebust 19 Warren M. F. Ho 24 David Hornbecker, Jr. 20 Leila N. (Broz) Hufty 21 Roger Johnson 17 John E. Keegan 33 Aslam Khan 32 Gale E. (Svoboda) Kolbet 22 George Kopczynski 2 Cheryl L. Mack 28 Elizabeth A. (Hoene) Mader 11 Richard Mah, Jr. 11 Yvonne (Koreis) Mark 13 Melanie (Ferguson) McCall 4 Nancy A. McDonald 18 Terrance McDonald† 18 John McLachlan 17 Terry Meehan 29 Carol L. Messinger 8 Don Milligan 9 Thomas Monforton 2 Maryann (Luger) Montandon 30 Jim Muggli 28 Jeanette C. (LaShaw) Nicholson 23 Jim O’Connell 35 John O’Hara, Jr. 22 Nick D. Papageorgiou 23 Paul Petelin 26 Dr. Andrew C. Peterson 33 Bill Poppy 15 Mike Preston 34 Susan (Devine) Rader 13 Michael J. Reilly 34 Rosellen Ring-Easton 27 Lt. Col. Robert D. Rivers 37 Dennis Roberts 26 Janice Roberts Sussman 27 Kevin Roddy 12 Ron Sagerson 8 Cathi (Shaw) Schafer 30 Donald R. Schafer 30 Roy L. Schiele 31 Ted Schnug 22 Mike Shanks 26 David R. Shea 38 David Shikany 26 William F. Sims 4 Eugene D. Sloboda 44 David Sonnichsen 25 Geraldine A. (O’Melveny) Strong 36 Jeffrey Sullivan 10 Judith A. (Bailey) Sutherland 12 Carl Svoboda 40 Anita (Sebesta) Tschirgi 19 Tom Weaver 9 Edward Wolf 23 CLASS OF 1966 Elena J. (Cinelli) Agostino 43 Virginia E. (Lux) Alexander 21 Eileen M. (Murphy) Anderson 18 Joe Arbanas 11 Ann Ardner 15 Marianne (Petrini) Bales 33 Rod Barnett 16 Janet E. (Harris) Bastine 25 Joseph P. Bauer, Jr. 10 Marilyn A. (Miller) Benson 40 Paula G. (Gallagher) Blanchat 21 Barbara J. (Fagan) Blizzard 37 Mary P. (Nickelsen) Borghorst 20 Robert Borghorst 20 Elizabeth Anne Brewer 30 Janet M. (Owens) Bubnis 16 Janet (Gubanc) Buck 26 Christopher Bulger 39 Stephanie A. (Cada) Burke 40 Michael Busk 28 Elaine (Duffy) Cavit 40 Laurie (Samuel) Connolly 20 Jerry Coughlan 26 Gary M. Cuillier 10 John R. Curry, Jr. 21 Chip DiJulio 9 Kathleen A. (McFarland) Dobner 29 Susan (Paivine) Douglas 17 Steve Druffel 31 Marianne (Wesely) Duffy 27 Sharon K. (Perkins) Fennimore 10 Denny Flaherty 18 Charles C. Flower 19 Gary Garofano 4 Clark Gemmill 27 Patricia (Hites) Gilbert 12 Connie J. Gonyou 37 Edward J. Gottfried 29 LeeAnn (Hudspeth) Gottfried 29 Larry L. Guthrie 9 Margaret A. (Jansen) Hall 17 Molly (Roberts) Hannan 28 Michele (Leitch) Harlow 11 Caroline (Schibig) Hathaway 25 Leland Henrichs 15 Gene Henry 37 Lloyd Herman 5 Michael B. Herzog 34 Jerry Hurley 15 Doyle Jacklin 7 Bill Johnson 11 Robert Kai 21 Marcia Keil The Hon. Thomas E. Kelly 19 Ronald Kofmehl 24 Bill Kranz 31 Larry E. Krueger 13 Virginia (Rees) Low 11 Kathleen (Kelly) Luger Dr. Gerald B. MacDonald 17 Rosemary (Shaw) MacInerney 5 The Hon. Eugene A. Marano 5 Joseph F. Mark 13 Janine M. (Daly) Martin 15 Patricia R. Maruca 30 Dr. James J. McCarthy, Jr. 27 Larry J. McDonough 6 Dennis McEwen 25 Mary Alice McGinn 25 Patricia A. Mc Keirnan 5 Vicki B. (Beck) Murphy 33 Mary F. (Kane) Nappi 28 Richard J. Niederegger 21 Richard Nisley 15 Thomas Old 13 Ann T. (Donihee) Parazin 38 Kenneth Perko 28 Neil Pettigrew 13 Alberta J. (Jovick) Pilliod 25 Carlos A. Prietto 13 Richard Pyne 5 Dennis Rooney 32 Susan Sander 34 Christine S. (Callihan) Schnug 22 Joanna (Makowski) Schumacher 22 John Stone 22 Pete Thompson 25 Tom Tilford 32 Jerry Valley 24 Margaret M. (Albi) Verhoef 25 Kathleen (Duffy) Ward 7 Mary P. (Mannino) Weber 18 Mary F. (Uhlenkott) Weeks 8 Gary Westerman 5 Patricia (Oswald) Zenzen 9 CLASS OF 1967 Gary M. Alworth 29 Rosemary (Gecsey) Bauer 10 Eleanor R. (Britschgi) Bernstein 19 JoAnn M. (Turner) Brown 10 Larry Brown, Jr. 28 Natasha P. (Petersen) Brunson 23 Michael Brustkern 9 Robert L. Burke 40 Marguerite (Kuder) Busch 15 Michael J. Busch 15 Patrick Cerutti 13 Renee M. Charette 21 Timothy Choiniere† 4 Patricia Chong 12 James Crum 11 Dr. Cornelia E. Davis 24 Dennis A. Dellwo 3 Angel M. Diez 33 Patricia (Gilmore) Dito 22 Peter M. Dito 22 Gerald Dolezal 25 Susan (Kesling) Dougherty 20 Sally Ann (Winslow) Eaves 23 Jon D. Evavold 31 Victoria (Zlatich) Faurholt 21 Mary (O’Donnell) Freund 34 Robert N. Greco 38 Barbara Gregory 2 Dave Halter 31 James R. Harris 20 Lynn K. (Joyner) Harris 20 Douglas Head 14 Katharine D. (Carney) Hendrickson 22 Nick J. Herak 5 Dennis Hierath 24 The Hon. Tany Hong 31 David J. Hughes 30 Daniel Hunt 2 Kurt Hutton 8 Jay Johnson Dennis Jorgensen 18 Jerold Juliano 5 Dan Keefe 21 Melly M. (McGreevy) Kinnard 33 Gloria M. Kittel 30 Kjell Knudsen 17 Michael Koeferl 17 Oliver M. LaJoie 11 Thomas LaLone 10 Thomas Lavagetto 22 John Leaming 15 Karen G. (Ford) Liere 7 Connie A. (Savage) Malyevac 9 Karen E. (Pattison) Mathis 27 Robert M. Mathis 27 Dennis O. Mayer 42 Terry McLaughlin 15 Emil Mihelich 11 Robert Milliken 10 Ronald Muskopf 11 Myron A. Nachbar, II 27 J. Patrick Nagle 14 Michael Nelson 15 Marlene (Wassmuth) Nickolson 21 Tom Nollette, Sr. 41 Robert Patterson 12 Dr. Michael T. Petersen 28 Archie Prieto 31 John Rantschler 2 Mark Ray 18 John L. Reichmann 31 Judy A. (Yeend) Reilly 34 Terence M. Ryan 21 Randall L. St. Mary 2 Sue Ann (Pechtl) Schiele 31 John Scrivner 2 Elizabeth (Davis) Sestero 27 Mike Shea 10 Susan V. (Danz) Sheedy 23 Thomas Sheedy, II 23 James C. Singer 11 Paul B. Smith† 11 Joseph P. Spielbauer 30 Kathleen (Bazz) Tangaro 25 Sonny Tangaro 25 Michael E. Thuot 29 Virginia Trethewey 28 Harry Turenchalk, Jr. 17 Bob Waldron 27 Ken Wall 26 Kathy A. (Plachta) Wehrly 32 Mary W. (Wyman) Wolf 23 CLASS OF 1968 Joe Albo 14 Mary Ault 6 Phyllis J. Bongers 14 Dan Brajcich, Jr. 30 Mary T. (Thiebes) Brett 15 Mary (Martin) Brown 31 John Bruce 3 Mary Ann (Schultheis) Busch 33 Bruce Butler 36 Judith (Acher) Butler 36 Dennis Calfee 15 Lance Campbell 19 Michael Carraher 4 Michael Casey 36 Dee Ann (Leoni) Cerutti 13 Nancy L. (Zodrow) Cressey 30 John Demakas 27 Christy E. (Smith) de Viveiros 42 Dale de Viveiros 42 Kathy Diez 33 Eugene G. Dougherty 6 John E. Dougherty 28 Nancy C. (Armstrong) Dunne 25 William Dunnigan 22 Annette I. (McGinn) Erickson 34 Robert Feulner 20 Colleen (Eugene) Flynn 40 Kathleen A. Franz 34 William M. Fraser 24 Catherine (Warinner) Gerber 11 Joe Giampaolo 12 Sheila Connors Goehring Gregory Greyerbiehl 10 Michael K. Halley 4 Deonna G. (Yandle) Hayes 2 Spencer J. Heinz 24 Richard A. Hill 17 Dr. Karen Krebs Ireland 37 Patricia J. (Oaklund) Jacobs 29 Rick Jaggars 26 James Kester 19 Margaret A. (McGarry) Kester 19 Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing. We would appreciate you alerting us to any errors or omissions. Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381, 800.463.6925 or email@example.com. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 29 James B. King 29 Daniel Kinney, Jr. 13 Leonard E. Kosiec 2 H. Terry Lackie 22 Dennis La Porte 12 Patrick Laskey 21 Gary Lechman 8 Joan (Conlin) Leeds 27 Tom Lengowski 23 Dan Madden 13 The Hon. John J. Madden 32 Bill Majerus 25 Carroll Martell 12 Nancy D. McDonald 40 Mary Whittier Moffitt 28 Gene Monaco 6 Vikki P. (Lamb) Moormann 29 Kris (Laubacher) Murphy 32 Linda C. Oaksford-Lorenz 31 Margie Francisco Opitz 24 Jack Ossello 36 Kathleen D. (McLaughlin) Ossello 36 The Hon. Mike Padden 8 Andrea (Losh) Papageorgiou 23 Scott Patnode 34 Gregory R. Peterson 9 Carla M. Phillips 29 Robert D. Rangitsch 32 Kathleen M. (Murphy) Rasmussen 29 Dr. Patrick J. Reagan 28 Donna M. (Colee) Ryan 21 Linda (Roccanova) St. Mary 2 Richard W. Sanger 14 Paul W. Schafer 30 Susan K. (Phillips) Schimandle 20 Mike Schumacher 21 Joseph Schwab 28 Sherry (Paulsen) Schwab 27 Ann (Harrington) Schwandt 16 Maureen Sheridan 30 Mike Shields 32 Jo M. (Maierle) Smallwood 16 Bill Snyder 6 Josephine Soublet 34 Mary F. (Antunes) Sparkman 12 Robert C. Sparkman 12 Nancy Jo Stamper 6 Richard J. Standiford 34 Kenneth H. Stavenjord Carol (DeGeorge) Sterling 21 Bob Stoffregen 3 Bill Swanson 8 Judy K. (Winchel) Sweeney 33 Dr. Thomas G. Tachovsky 20 Bill Talkington 19 James Thielman 15 Chuck Thomas 12 Mary Jane (Bilsborrow) Thompson 25 Ron Tierney 17 David D. Traylor 24 John M. Ward 7 Richard Wieber 8 Elizabeth A. (Welch) Wilson 18 30 CLASS OF 1969 Dave Anderson 21 Patricia (Owens) Anderson 4 Phillip Anderson 16 Raeann (Tavella) Arias 18 Kristine A. (Kerr) Arnold 3 Thomas K. Baffney 32 Catherine A. Bain 15 Richard Baldasty 32 Hollis Barnett 19 Patricia J. (Anderson) Barnett 19 Frank Bartoletta 15 Robert A. Becker 31 Martha Beetley 20 Eddy Birrer 28 James Robert Bitter 20 Steve Blaser 5 Dennis D. Bly 10 Jim Buck 33 Michael J. Buck 26 Michael Burgess 11 Joe Busch 33 Jay Caferro 27 Terrance Callan 29 Robert J. Carbaugh 17 Christian R. Casper 29 Jim Clark 37 Sheryl K. (McRae) Cooney 8 Thomas Cooney, Jr. 8 John L. Corrigan 12 Douglas Denton 3 Merrily (Roberts) Denton 3 Chris J. Dietzen 6 Peggy M. (Regan) Dietzen 6 Donna M. (Hansen) Dougherty 28 Walter Egger 13 Susan England 2 Sally (McCarthy) Epler 29 Dr. Anthony J. Ewell 19 Francine C. (Tomoso) Fernandez 21 Laurence S. Gagnon 9 Lynette (Alexander) Gagnon 9 Paula J. (Forgy) Gessler 24 Michael Grainey 29 Judy M. (Thyfault) Grunow 29 Donald Hackney 33 Thomas M. Hagler 20 Bernie Halloran 34 Patricia (Fouts) Harkins 22 Timothy J. Harkins 22 Bryan P. Harnetiaux 18 Sue A. (St. Mary) Harnetiaux 18 Jeanne P. Harvey 21 Albert Hayek 15 Wendy (Bays) Heinz 24 Lisa (Derosier) HensleighBuchmann 8 Joseph H. Hermosillo 10 Ann Hillman 15 James L. Hollingsworth 16 Susan (Hupf) Holt 24 Merrily M. (Hartz) Hornell 13 Gerald R. Hover 30 Carmela (Granier) Hughes 30 Michele (Boedecker) Hutton 5 Barbara (Wallin) Jaeger GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Marijane F. (Floyd) Johnsen 18 Shirley J. Johnson 11 Doug C. Johnston 22 Frances (Messina) Jordan 18 Dennis A. Kamimura 39 Tom Kelly 27 Sheila Kern 6 Robert M. Koenig 19 Susan M. (Devlin) Koenig 19 Janet K. (Reinig) Kruger 8 Francis B. Ladenburg, Jr. 22 Sheila A. LaForest 6 Margaret P. (Perry) Lawrence 19 Robert A. Lockrem 16 Judith (Imhoff) Long 21 James L. Maher 15 Kathleen (Rogge) Maher 15 Cheryl A. (Goold) Mandaquit 14 Bob McCarthy 16 Michael D. McCormack 29 James McGourin 5 James S. McLean 28 Marilyn (Potter) McWilliams 15 Leo Mellon 38 John Messina 26 Donald J. Migliuri 25 Mary E. (Kore) Mohr 27 Stan Moore 17 Patrick Morin 10 Peter Morse 18 Dan W. Murphy 22 Linda (Cook) Muskopf 11 Dr. Van B. Nakagawara 32 J. Patrick Naughton, Ed.D. 40 Jerry Neal 8 Carolyn A. Nesbitt 5 Mary Ellen (Stroebe) O’Donnell 30 Austin Pagnotta 7 James Patterson 23 Mary Jane (Hidaka) Patterson 26 Paul J. Patterson 26 Rick Petersen 10 Mike Pontarolo 31 Brita (Wood) Posedel 24 Jay Posedel 24 Gary Powdrill 9 Jack Regan 19 Anne L. Rettig 19 Diehl Rettig† 19 Susan M. Roberts 19 Charles Schafer 25 Lee E. Schultz 27 Sheila (Walsh) Schultz 27 Mary (Standish) Seltzer 34 Patrick Seltzer 34 Mike Shea 15 Steve Shepard 39 Mary E. (Taylor) Shinn 22 Margaret M. (O’Brien) Shute 34 Mary Kathryn (Kronenberg) Simmons 34 John Simonson 31 Linda C. (Chesurin) Sliepen 4 Robert Smee 7 Patricia (Eakin) Smith 38 Joseph Staebell 9 John F. Sullivan 18 Rebecca E. Sullivan 29 Abigail (Woods) Tempel 23 Terry Thompson 12 Gene Unger 18 Joe Ward 5 Stanley Welsh 31 Tom Woodley 36 Arnold Young 8 CLASS OF 1970 – 40th Reunion Pamela Acuff 14 Paul Albright 31 William R. Becker 23 Leo Berry, Jr. 35 Marcia L. (Bloom) Bourget 23 Elizabeth Ann (Fessler) Braet 27 William J. Braet 28 Pauline (Martin) Bresnahan 30 Diane (Van Driesche) Burke 13 Francis P. Burke 13 Claudia (Freer) Cahill 31 Daniel M. Cahill 31 Peggy (Morton) Calfee 15 Michael Casey 9 Susan (Amato) Castagna 37 Mark Castner 29 Kieran Kennedy Chan 19 Mary B. (Brennan) Cliby 18 Margaret A. Coffey 24 Linda E. (Chandler) Collins 30 Timothy M. Collins 30 Robert Connor 7 Paula J. Cowley 26 William L. Cowley 26 Frederick Cutler 3 Joseph Day 2 Daniel Dempsey 13 Richard E. Dolezal 27 Patrick Dooney 32 Paul F.X. Dunigan 29 Terrence Dunne 13 Irma (Terhaar) Edwards 15 Ronald R. Edwards 15 Craig A. Erickson 23 Robert J. Erickson 33 Nicholas Feldman 7 Roger A. Felice 22 Toni (Morrow) Ferguson 22 Ann (Baumeister) Fowble 18 John W. Fowble 18 Antoinette Francisco 17 Patricia (Milligan) Fraser 24 Candace Frasher 5 Faye F. Fuchs 34 Marcia Limper Fulham 23 Timothy Gaffney 14 Roger Gence 17 Catharine M. (Marble) Glennon 21 Candy (Jones) Gormley 27 Edward J. Gormley 27 Dr. William Gromko, Jr. 25 Susanne (Kraft) Hall 24 Diane (Kelly) Hamm 32 Marlene Hapai 25 Dan Harbaugh 32 Theresa Hayes Harrison Dave Heinze 26 James P. Hodgson 24 Patricia G. (Graham) Hollingsworth 16 Susan R. (DeGagne) Huss 20 Ann A. (Arthur) Johnston 22 Kelly (Florence) Jones 18 Alan Kempen 15 Ann L. Kuder 23 Alan Lamia 19 The Hon. Thomas P. Larkin 31 Patricia A. (Collins) La Voie 27 Roberta (Scott) League 21 Thomas N. Lucke 7 John C. Mantello 15 Victoria (Rangan) Mantello 15 Robert Materne, Jr. 11 Kathleen M. (Foley) McCarthy 30 Dr. John Paul McGahan 18 Dick McIntyre 34 Kathleen (Koreis) McLean 28 Alan McNeil 28 Dorothy J. (Schaffers) Mellon 38 Lisa Ann (Panziera) Mendelsohn 4 Frank Monasterio 14 William E. Morgan 23 David Muggli 25 Duane Mullen 17 Russell Niles 31 Sharon Olive 11 Bob Plachta 35 Kathleen J. (Bochsler) Polzin 19 Elizabeth (Onley) Pontarolo 31 Bob Pritchard Christine M. (Breitenbach) Quevedo 37 Ermel Quevedo 37 Sally (Bulger) Quirk 36 Timothy W. Quirk 36 David Rahmer 26 Charles P. Rupert 14 “EVERYTHING I LEARNED AT GU HAS A MAJOR IMPACT IN MY LIFE TODAY.” — ANGIE ARNOUX (’04) Mary Scarpelli 38 Robert L. Sexton 19 Alexander J. Shogan, Jr. 27 Camilla A. (Carlson) Shroff 17 Patricia M. (Taylor) Smith 18 Patricia R. Sorenson 21 Mary M. (Shikany) Stachofsky 23 Gary O. Steeves 16 The Hon. Richard A. Strophy 19 Carl Sturm 9 Mary Ellen (Prentice) Sullivan 18 Liz (Feuersinger) Templeton 19 Theresa (Auer) Tesarik 39 John E. Uffelman 31 Michael J. Vanairsdale 19 Francis Webb 11 Georgia R. Wilkinson 38 CLASS OF 1971 Katherine J. (Bauer) Alzheimer 21 Peter J. Anderson 4 Bill Barkas 38 Steve Bowser 25 Pete Breiten 36 Jim M. Bresnahan 30 Kirk Bromiley 19 Marilyn (Healey) Bromiley 19 Donald Burke 21 Patrick Burke 30 John F. Bury 21 Michele H. (Hughes) Carpenter 24 Linda Carroll 3 Noel M. Cave 6 John Ceserani 14 Mary T. Clark-Kaiser 19 Harold Cochran 32 Tom Combs 10 Robert A. Comfort 24 Paul Contois, Jr. 9 Mary H. (Hensley) Cutler 3 Sherry Dempsey Antoniak 21 Marlene K. (Bauer) De Voto 27 Sanford R. Dietzen 9 Margaret A. (Jones) Doering 13 Joseph Dolan Christine A. (Kelly) Donaldson 17 John P. Egger 31 Diane (Zuelke) Erickson 21 Susan M. Fandel 12 Signe M. Feeney 25 Howard Fischer 23 Margaret E. (Davenport) Fischer 23 Archie George 23 Charles Gilley 7 Michele Graham 31 Suzanne M. Harris 25 Tom Hattrup 34 Gretchen Hayden 17 Jon Hayes 8 Mark Hennessy 36 James B. Herbolich 6 Marjorie C. (Henry) Hodgson 24 Janice C. Huttula 29 Lt. Col. James A. Ingrassia 14 Jeffrey Jones 19 Kitt A. Jordan 7 William Kazda 27 Kevin D. Keenan 33 Gene Keene 7 Michael J. Killeen 28 Larry Kimmel 31 Dale Kingman 22 Michele Kingman 4 Dan Kuhlmann 23 Kathleen Lackie 22 Denise A. (Durkin) Ladenburg 22 L. Royce Larsen 21 Gary Larson 24 Linda J. (Anderson) Le Blanc 33 John Lizalde 4 Nelson Martin 24 Marilyn Maxwell 6 Michael T. McDonald 25 Ronald McKay 23 Douglas Medley 22 John A. Miller 17 William Miller 18 Fritz Mondau 19 Shawn Mosey 18 Betty Mueller Ingrid M. (Bruton) Niles 31 Matthew Noonan 29 William O’Brien, III 14 Wayne M. Oien 3 Steve Palmer 21 Janis (Schmidt) Parente 29 John J. Parente 29 Anna Becker Peterson 2 Judith B. (McMahon) Phillips Gary Ponti 5 Mark Powers 25 Martin J. Pujolar 27 William D. Quigg 31 Lola Christine Ramos 15 Mary Sue Redle 30 Doug Rehaume† 22 Linda M. Rehaume 22 James Reisenauer 29 Ronald Roth 33 Ken Sammons 27 Denise L. (Leppek) Schafer 30 Dick Schomburg 25 Wayne Silva 2 Michael Speer 28 Joseph F. Stickney 3 Lawrence J. Stuckart 27 Mary Anne (Brown) Stuckart 27 Susanne Suksdorf 21 Padraic J. Sweeny 22 John Sweitzer 10 James Taylor 16 Douglas R. Tesarik 39 Jim Thompson 19 Frank Tomsick 24 Kathleen J. (Zenner) Tomsick 24 Kathleen Turcotte 20 Kevin Twohig 21 Patty (Buck) Uffelman 31 Deborah K. M. (Sadaoka) Vanairsdale 10 William Wagner 18 Lundy Wantland 21 Ann Watkins 16 Margaret (Sudmeier) Webb 11 Nick Wieber 7 Barbara J. (McNulty) Wiest 32 Joanne (Steeves) Wilcynski 6 John Wilcynski 13 Cathy (Harrison) Worner 27 CLASS OF 1972 Pep Albi, Jr. 32 Greg Arpin 25 Lawrence J. Bennett 27 Catherine E. (Ford) Black 16 Gary Bloom 27 Esther Bolker 7 Marguerite (McCarthy) Braeuer 14 Ellen (Corriea) Buller 32 James H. Buller 32 Mark Casey 34 Catherine A. (Busch) Comfort 24 David M. Cook 17 Elaine T. (Padgham) Cullen 19 Cathy (Huntington) Danz 22 Ed Danz, Jr. 22 Bob Davis 24 J. Shirley (Draska) Davis 38 Carla A. (Harbaugh) Dempsey 12 Alan S. Dernbach 22 Randy De Voto 27 Jeff D. Dorrington 24 Joseph E. Dziados 35 L. Kevin Evoy 27 Mary (Richardson) Evoy 27 Theresa R. (Kolar) Faerber 25 John Faure 9 Dennis Fazzari 28 Joan B. (Bowen) Forni 17 Maryann Gaug 35 Steve Gerttula 12 Alan K. Gibbs 20 Mariann L. (Makinster) Gibbs 20 Ronald Grant 9 Mark S. Gryziec 25 Nancy A. (Wagner) Gryziec 25 Linda P. (Pixley) Hardman 28 Kathleen R. Harkins 29 Vernon W. Harkins 29 Pat Harrington 22 Patricia Hastings-Stone 11 Michael T. Hayes 27 Paula K. (Fruci) Heck 12 Jerry Hertel, II 24 Steve Hertz 26 Victoria K. (Swain) Hertz 26 Dennis P. Hession 26 Jane M. (McFaul) Hession 26 Dale O. Hoisington 29 Gail Holden 20 Kathy (Meadows) Hovland 2 Gregory M. Huckabee 25 Greta Huhtala-Koehn 14 William G. Jones 16 Kevin Kenneally 32 Walt Krueger 20 Carol (Somerville) Lampson 27 William N. Lampson 27 Guy La Voie 27 Tom F. MacInerney 5 Stephanie A. Majoy 20 John Makens 32 Kathleen McChesney 5 Jean M. (Clarke) McDonald 25 John H. McLane 34 Michael S. McNeilly 9 Denise (Green) Medley 22 Pamela (Eakin) Miller 17 Thomas A. Miller 13 James W. Moore 14 Tom Murphy 5 Gary Nibler 16 Chris Nickola 8 Mary Carol Niland 33 Rita Nolan 14 Carla M. Nuxoll 26 John C. O’Brien, Jr. 23 Mary (Broderick) O’Brien 22 Kris R. Olin 20 Allison Patrick, Jr. 33 Celeste C. Pentila 14 Regina (Maag) Pontarolo 17 Steve Pontarolo 17 Jimmy Primm 24 Judy Quinlivan 13 John Raymond 9 Robin A. Rego 18 Margaret E. Reh 27 Mark Rehberger 21 Richard N. Roccanova 24 Linell A. (Gort) Rooney 22 Mark F. Rotar 24 Michelle St. Marie-Barbour 9 Martin L. Salina 15 Rosemary D. (Wilking) Samuelson 28 D. Kathleen (Gallagher) Savord 9 George Schandelmier, Jr. 20 Margaret (Kosse) Schwede 24 Darrell Scott 7 Elizabeth Scott 7 Patricia A. (Daly) Scott 27 Sharon G. (Giles) Siegel 27 Ken Spiering 12 Steve Staats 7 James E. Standaert 2 Mary J. (Gagnon) Standaert 2 Tom Stetzner 11 John R. Straughan 5 Dave Tebow 15 Anne (Davidson) Tilley 28 John C. Timm 24 Chuck Titus, III 15 Joanne Turner 33 Tim Turner 33 Larry Vance, Jr. 25 Robert Wafstat 12 Bruce Willoughby 12 Richard A. Worner 27 Sue Y. Yorioka 24 Teresa C. (Corn) Ballard 6 Tim Barnard 26 Sally (Solan) Barnes 15 Barbara (Rugloski) Berry 34 Alan Biancalana 8 Susan M. (Quigley) Bloom 24 Dennis Bogdan 31 Rebecca A. (Hughes) Bowles 6 Gary D. Brajcich 32 Christine J. (Hansen) Bryant 18 Earl Burt 18 Rosemary J. (Walsh) Bury 21 Wade Carpenter 18 Karen (O’Leary) Carroll 27 Tony Carroll 27 Kathy (Evoy) Casey 34 Tom Cave 22 David Ceballos 17 Bill Choma, Jr. 25 Susan H. (Stuckart) Cook 17 The Hon. Kenneth Cowsert 6 Susan (Pheifer) Curalli 15 Dan Curry 13 Phyllis A. (Abbott) Dorrington 24 Richard E. Driscoll 5 Marcia Stimatz Elchesen 23 Thomas J. Flynn 18 Rodger Gazelle 22 Tom Gilson 23 Carla M. (Novak) Gish 31 Anne (Gaskell) Grassl 33 Marv Grassl 33 Joyce M. (Wassmuth) Griffey 21 Katharine Gustafson 9 Dr. James D. Haigh 27 Tony Halas 10 James Hasson 8 Paula Hawks-DeLuca 29 Doug Heiskell 12 James J. Helbling 15 Donna T. (Agnew) Henderson 20 Vince Herberholt 35 Gregg J. Hersholt 10 Joanne Hidaka 27 Dennis Huard 10 Greg Hubert 21 Mark R. Iraola 19 Ann T. (McCarthy) Jones 16 Edward Joy 26 Robert Keefe 18 Bob Kelley 16 Veronica S. (Rzonca) Kelley 16 Michael Kiely 19 Mary Anne (Metcalfe) King 29 John H. Kingman 3 Gary P. Kirchner 22 Ticia R. Kohls 9 Kristine A. Krebs-Gill 33 Marilyn (Godwin-Austin) Larkin 31 Mary Ann (Mitchell) Larrea 19 William Lindberg, Jr. 27 Paula R. (Rotar) Lynch 14 CLASS OF 1973 Bob Agostinelli 18 Michael P. Aleman 2 Jayne Miller Auld 15 Thank you for your generous gifts made between June 1, 2009, and May 31, 2010. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 31 Stan Mackin 4 Mike Malone 10 Glenn Malubay 27 Terry Martin 11 Thomas K. McCarthey, Jr. 16 Julie McEnroe 21 Mary McGrath 21 Marc McLafferty 19 James P. McNally, Jr. 15 Larry Meyers 32 Linda Mullen 17 Chuck Murphy 26 The Hon. James M. Murphy 14 Sharon M. (Vinson) Murphy 18 Nick Nash 3 James R. Nickolaus 5 Kevin O’Brien 22 Greg O’Keefe 26 Stephen Osborne 14 William A. Paine, III 16 Patricia S. (Bushue) Pebles 21 Patricia A. (Cloonan) Petersen 24 Steve Petersen 24 Tony Philippsen 11 Tom Power 15 Mark Poznanovich 10 David S. Radcliffe 19 Wendell Reddinger 24 Fred Reinel 18 Patrick T. Roach 18 Deborah L. (Gaebe) Roccanova 24 John Rooney 22 Sherrie (Cubba) Sadanaga 22 Buzz Schaumberg, III 11 Dave Schreck 7 Sandra (Huber) Schreck 7 Judy Scully 14 John Sherrick 21 Barbara L. (Metz) Sluder 26 Alice L. Smethurst 30 Ronald G. Spieker 7 Robert Thompson, Jr. 15 Ann (Bramstedt) Timm 24 Jane (McNulty) Towle 8 Paul D. Werts 17 The Hon. Richard Bell White 16 Joyce Ann (Fuchs) Yates 31 Randall W. Yates 31 CLASS OF 1974 Steven Adelstein 24 Kevin A. Blanchat 13 Andrew C. Bohrnsen 16 Myron Brixner 4 M. Penny (Muus) Butts 6 Nora Cain 3 Charles Carroll 24 Joseph Columbus 11 Harvelyn (Cornwell) Cooney 14 James Cooney 14 Debbie Coscorrosa 16 Nick L. Curalli 15 Edward H. Davis 9 P.J. De Benedetti 20 Carol S. (Stewart) De La Mater 23 Michael Depner 17 32 Dennis DeVoto 29 Diane M. (Kakuschka) Diamond 31 William J. Diamond 31 Gordon Dick 2 Karen M. (Pedersen) Driscoll 37 Mary (Joerg) Duffy 20 Ann (Shelledy) Eckardt 25 Robert M. Edwards 10 Hugh Evans 18 John Evans 18 Bob Fairchild 3 James Feldman 16 Stephen M. Fielding 10 Peggy Fox 30 Nancy J. (Solberg) Giese 5 Dwight C. Gill 33 Jim Giudici 31 Ann E. (McLaughlin) Gore 22 Kevin M. Griffin 16 Judith (Pieters) Hartford 3 Jo Hathaway 8 Michael Heitstuman Charles P. Helm 14 Daniel P. Hogan, III 12 Joseph Hollander 25 Kyra Maria (Clefton) Humphrey 15 Thomas Illich 22 Michael Jones 22 Peter Karademos 2 Cal Kary 3 Carol Durkin Kearns 10 Carolyn S. Kelly 21 Ellen (Pearson) Klohe 8 Cathy (Parker) Krieger 26 Toni Valentine Kuder 25 A. Bud Langan 6 Harry Leiferman 19 Edward C. Logue 26 J. Michael Lovejoy 20 Kathleen (Moriarty) Lovejoy 20 David R. Lucke 19 Tony Maucione 26 Phil McCarthey 16 Kathy (Adams) McClafferty 26 Jack McLaughlin 11 Kathleen (Schofield) Messina 26 Peter M. Messina 26 Gregory Miller 8 Mark Milversted 21 Joy Molina-Yacapin 12 John Monahan 23 Stu Morrill 6 Timothy Murphy 10 Rick Naccarato 13 Susan M. (Cunningham) Nadon 22 Terry Nealey 17 Leonard J. Nelson, III 16 Anna M. O’Carroll 3 James J. O’Connell 34 Kieran (Murphy) Ohman 4 Bill O’Shaughnessy 21 Harold Osterman 8 Richard Powers, Jr. 17 Suzanne (Dunsworth) Radcliffe 6 Daniel R. Reisenauer 16 Steven F. Riordan 15 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Richard R. Rocks 6 The Hon. Michael Roewe 20 Charles T. Sadanaga 22 Gerianne (Jordan) Sands 6 Meredith Sayre 2 Robert D. Schroeder 27 Robert J. Schrom 3 Terese C. (Fackenthall) Schrom 3 Diane (Glavich) Slaten 24 Judith A. (Green) Smith 25 Mary (Sauve) Smith 6 Michael Smith 6 Robert C. Smith 25 Jim Solan 27 Mark Sonderen 33 Valerie Sonderen 33 Rev. Robert J. Spitzer, S.J. 6 Jonas Stutzman 23 John Swendseid 31 Scott Thwaites 13 John Tonani 11 Dick J. Triesch 12 Robert Tull 14 Richard Ulring 26 Dr. James Valentine, Jr. 7 George Waldref 4 Cindy Wall 32 Curtis G. Wasson 28 Michael Weaver 30 James J. Welsford 9 Frankie L. (Gage) White 14 James A. Wolfrom 3 Lillian Zadra 5 CLASS OF 1975 John Aiello 8 Dennis W. Anderson 8 John G. Barisone 22 Ken Baynes 14 Charles Bean 15 Fred E. Bevegni 18 Drew Bodker 20 Nancy G. (Kelley) Bracken 14 Philip S. Brooke, III 15 Garry Bunke 2 John R. Burke 11 Patricia A. (Greany) Burke 11 Judith Carl 5 Joe Carter, Jr. 17 Jan (Burlington) Chandler 5 Cynthia (Burr) Christopher 23 Thomas Cochran 18 William Coester 29 Dr. Richard D. Cole 16 Dr. James S. Corum 23 James Craven 17 Pam (McNally) DeCounter 24 James A. Degel 21 Lita T. del Rosario-Swanson 19 Lillian M. Deslauriers† 4 Tim Dieringer 16 Maureen C. Dooney 19 Arthur T. Dossey 6 George W. England, III 12 Eric Farden 2 Lawrence Finneran 20 Sharon A. Fischer 24 Bart Gallant 40 Norbert Ganska, Jr. 9 Patricia A. Gillis 16 Ramona S. (Hemphill) Griffin 16 Commissioner Steven Grovdahl 16 Richard C. Hanlen 16 William Harrington, III 17 Christine M. (Mahoney) Helton 21 James L. Helton 21 Maureen (Cooney) Hersholt 10 Gerald Horne 15 Carl E. Hueber 22 Donald Jansen 20 Larry A. Jelsing James Jigliotti 8 Phyllis A. Kappus 5 Susan E. (Marchi) Kellogg 27 Jim Kiley, Jr. 18 Shari M. (McGreevey) Kiley 18 David D. Kilpatrick 14 Larry Larson 20 Paul Larson 17 Connie (Ruddell) Lipsker 8 Stephen Llewellyn 16 John G. Lyman 15 Tim J. Mackin 19 Timothy Mahoney 25 Michael Malone 33 James McDevitt 12 Edward McReynolds 28 Bill Meyer, III 12 Paul Murphy 18 Kathleen (Allen) O’Connor 32 Thomas M. O’Connor 32 Donna (Johnson) Pedersen 19 Stefan Peterson 14 Jim Porter 15 Mary C. (Bowden) Radford 19 Jeff Reed 19 Karen G. (Griffin) Reisenauer 16 Clark Richards 10 The Hon. Neal Q. Rielly 5 Christine Robinson 11 Rich Robinson† 24 Robert Roumiguiere, Jr. 4 Kimball Sargeant 17 Mrs. Norman G. Sauer 22 Paul Sherfey 21 Noel Shillito 13 Tom Silverman 8 Theresa A. Skok 14 The Hon. Berkeley Smith 27 Linda (Apple) Solan 27 Sutton Stephens 21 Regina (Dunn) Suyderhoud 20 Steven Swartley 21 Dennis Sylva 2 Dr. Karen M. Taylor 28 James Tobin 13 Stephen W. Trefts 20 Marc Wallace 22 Robert P. Wiest 32 The Hon. Donna L. (Kamps) Wilson 35 Linda (Lane) Wrenn 10 Elizabeth Ann (Curry) Wrigglesworth 33 William J. Wrigglesworth, Jr. 33 Kerry C. Yen 31 CLASS OF 1976 Antonio Abrahano, Jr. 11 Matt Andersen 19 Patrick M. Andreotti 23 Susan A. (Atchison) Barisone 22 Jeanne Barnum 19 Gordon Barry 17 Thomas T. Bassett 21 David Bayley 30 Stephen Bobolia 21 John Boyer 3 Gary A. Bracht 9 Joseph F. Cade 34 Sharon M. (McDonald) Cade 34 The Hon. Norman Callan 11 John C. Campion 16 Joseph G. Carroll 9 Dr. William L. Carroll 15 David Carter 21 John Castronovo Gerard Centioli 31 David P. Christiansen 26 Mitchel Cohen 5 Robert Cooney 18 Daniel Corkery 16 Craig A. Crotteau 20 Benilda V. Delgado 13 Gary Dmoch 6 Kathleen E. Dooney Foster 21 Terry Doyle 12 Allison (Chow) Durkin 27 John J. Durkin 27 Curtis Erickson 6 Terri (Gililland) Erickson 6 James Farber 22 Mary C. (Grush) Fox 7 Michael C. Fox 7 Susan (Williams) Garvin 36 Mark J. Gonia 24 The Hon. John M. Gray 5 David Gundlach 18 Stephen Hall 12 Michael Hamilton 15 Deborah G. (Schmeets) Hanlen 16 Jeffrey Hartnett 29 Geraldine N. Hasegawa 16 Gary Hebl 29 Douglas Hein† 4 Tony Higley 30 Deborah L. (Liddie) Holleran 29 John W. Holleran 29 Marian McDonnell Horton 31 Herbert Humphrey, III 10 Allen Hunter 23 The Hon. James P. Hutton 10 David James 3 Jane E. (Holm) Jilek 17 Gary King 2 Mary (Brajcich) Kunkel 18 COL Thomas M. Leslie 12 Marc Lipsker 17 Stephen Lock 19 Tom Lucas 23 George L. Maffeo 15 George Mastrodonato 24 Sheila (Tobin) McKannay 5 James McKeon 8 Christopher Mecca 20 Joseph Monteiro 9 James Morin 5 Peter Moyé 15 Janet M. Mueller 22 Kathleen Ann Murray 17 Marie C. (Dieter) Murray 17 Virginia B. (Baptiste) Murray 12 Anne Marie Nelligan 2 The Hon. Arthur Newton 2 Michael Nienstedt 17 Dr. Jodi Heintz Obradovich 22 Tony Obradovich 22 Stephen Olson 3 Stephen Patterson 32 The Hon. Andrew Pearlstein 11 Joseph M. Pellicciotti 29 Mary M. (Olson) Peterson 22 Kerry Pickett 9 Steven J. Price 8 Julie (Bourne) Rehberger 18 Kenneth J. Rinehart 12 Marsha A. Ripple 13 Susan M. Roe 21 Lowell V. Ruen 28 The Hon. Barry Ryan 15 Carmen J. SantaMaria 15 Nory C. (Cabrera) Sargeant, OSF 17 Barbara Savage 17 John Schaefers 2 Dennis Sheehan 18 Ron Shepherd 10 Bill Simonson 18 Teresa (Brown) Simonson 18 Shephard Smith 22 Dr. John W. Staeheli 32 Paul Stantus 27 The Hon. Gregory D. Sypolt 11 Juan Tenorio 13 Peter Turner 3 Robert A. Turner 26 Steven F. Unger 18 Ms. Victoria L. Vreeland 15 Larry Weiser 20 Ellen Weiss 8 Vera (Hoene) Werner 14 Maureen D. (Gallagher) Williams 11 Loretta A. (Regele) Wiltgen 14 CLASS OF 1977 Edward Anson 10 Elizabeth (Connor) Arrigotti 22 Michael Bauer 22 Jacke Blair 15 Carl Butkus 21 Daniel Byrne 17 Mark Callen 6 Patricia M. Cavanaugh 8 Calvin E. Claughton 7 John Condon 7 Judith A. Corbin 30 The Hon. Salvatore F. Cozza 31 Brant Crabbe 18 Patricia I. Crandall 7 George A. Critchlow 14 G. Croswhite 12 Grace Elaine Crunican 26 Christopher Damore 28 Suzanne (English) Damore 13 Dr. Barbara Daniels 32 Donald R. Davis 9 Julio Delgado 13 Kenneth Devones, Jr. 21 Ralph Dixon 11 John Donnelly 10 Thomas Doran 13 Sherri (Yaeger) Dow 30 Christine A. Dunlop 22 Thomas G. Dunlop 22 Lawrence Duyck 20 Dr. Michael G. Eggert 9 John Erickson 25 Michael W. Fahlgren 10 Neal Fouts 16 Deanna J. Fuller 12 Greg Fuller 12 Joseph Gavinski 3 Eugene D. George 30 Kathleen (Roth) George 30 Colleen M. (Reilly) Gonia 24 Michael Gossler 27 James M. Grady 11 Lindon A. Greene 18 Nancy C. (Carter) Grucky 19 Edward A. Halloway 12 Maureen (O’Connell) Halloway 12 Kathi L. Hand 23 Wayne Hardesty 27 Stephen Haskell 14 Art Hayashi 17 Mary (Kay) Humphrey 10 Spencer S. Jilek 17 Catherine A. Johnston 16 James Kalamon 10 Bob Kane, Jr. 27 Lawrence Kazan 10 Mary Susan (Heringer) King 28 Richard Kuhling 15 Renee Lamb 11 Catherine L. Larson 9 William A. Larson 9 John Liebert 16 Nancy L. (Maland) Lindgren 10 Dr. Patricia M. Locke 24 Mary Rose Loeken 29 Mark Loomis 20 Lita B. (Barnett) Luvera 48 John Lynch 14 Maureen Lynch The Hon. Barbara A. Madsen 7 Wesley S. Manaday 22 MaryAnne (O’Malley) McGowan 8 Maureen (MacKinnon) McQuarrie 4 Ronald Lee McVicker 2 Philip A. Meyers 4 Robert Micheletti 21 Barbara Ann (Winston) Miller 24 Robert D. Miller, Jr. 14 Dr. Christopher A. Moreno 20 Edward Paul Morse 3 Daniel Mueller 4 Gary Norton 23 Eric Olson 7 Rick Orizotti 16 Max E. Patterson 19 Tula M. (Wonnacott) Patterson 19 Ken Pederson 19 Thomas Pfalzer 22 Tom Powers 24 Michael Quinn 33 Carolyn Rawles-Heiser 9 Joseph Reha, O.S.F. 5 Paul Rehberger 18 Jeffrey Reynolds 8 Tom Reynolds 12 Jeanette M. Ricci 9 The Hon. Gerald Roach 7 Susan Adams Roberts 8 Stewart Roll 20 Robert M. Rooney 20 Deirdre Sales 18 Reed Schifferman 26 Catharine M. (Petska) Shannon 3 Frank Siderius 13 Dan Sloughter 11 Skip Smyser 16 Susan (Snelson) Spiegel 16 James Spurgetis 12 Richard Staub 11 Chuck Steilen 40 Thomas P. Stoeser 15 Nicholas Streit 16 Elizabeth A. Strickland 14 Patrick Sweeney 6 Leon Swerin 13 Ty Thorpe 23 Rev. Michael Treleaven, S.J. 2 Joyce Turner 26 Paul Vogelheim 20 Terry (Nathaniel) Webb 13 Clifford Webster 13 Bob Westmoreland 11 Lucinda Whaley 19 Maureen (Reidy) Witt 23 Cynthia (Diaz) Yen 31 CLASS OF 1978 William Alderfer 8 Matthew Alice 11 Sharon Lee (McCarthy) Allen 18 Dianne A. Allert 6 Gary Amendola 11 Lawrence Anderson 13 Phillip Armstrong 4 John Aspebakken 24 Rowena L. Batungbacal 27 Anthony Bawyn 31 Virginia A. (Cochran) Bell 26 Fr. Stephen R. Booth MM Dr. J. David Burgess 9 Steve Burgess 7 Anthony Cefalogli 15 Susan (Hasson) Centorino 7 Tim Cronin 21 Mary (Moffitt) Crotteau 20 Mary Ann (Belus) Cummins 15 Lin Della Valle 3 Douglas Dumais 2 Ruth E. (Roeber) Dumais 2 Robert Dutton 8 David Erickson 6 Bill Etter 19 Thomas C. Feige 23 Sue S. Flammia 26 Victor Forni 12 Mark Fries 5 Marian L. Fuchs 9 Kathleen Gale 8 Michael N. Gendelman 20 Allen Gillette 29 Patricia Gorman 8 Thomas Grohman 11 Geoffrey Grote 5 Colleen Guido 21 Lien Huong Ha 8 Sherie (Henderson) Hackney 33 Gregory F. Hamad 7 Randy Harris 17 Patricia M. Haslach 13 Collette M. (Rouleau) Heffner 21 Tim G. Hennessy 17 Stephen K. Hicken 5 Jennifer (Meyers) Higgins 18 James Horne 17 The Hon. Dale Isley 21 Jerome P. Jacobs 23 Dorothy R. (Reisenauer) Katz 26 Thomas Keating 11 M. Diane (Graybeal) Kelley 19 Charles J. Kinnunen 12 Rick Koch 20 Gregory R. Komp 12 Linda (Johnson) Komp 12 Stephen M. Kraft 14 Cathy (Collins) Kramer 28 Steven Leder 11 Howard Levine 20 Thomas Lies 12 Kathleen (Moran) Lipsker 17 Michael Loft 4 Gerald Lui-Kwan 6 Steven Lund 9 Kevin Malone 19 Dr. Sabrina M. Mandich 22 Charles Marr 10 Patricia Anne (Naigle) Martin 28 Shannon M. Marting 26 Tami McDuffie 4 Dan McLafferty 16 Jeanne Medeiros-Williams 21 Thomas Michels 15 James H. Miller, III 7 Larry Mitchell 11 Duane Nathaniel 9 Rosemarie A. (Luchino) Nepper 27 Jill A. Nickerson 16 Robert O’Connell 16 Teresa O’Keefe 15 John A. Omlin 18 Edward Orizotti 2 Mary (Burke) Orizotti 16 Patricia (Smith) Orizotti 17 Charles Plovanich 20 William Pohlad 23 Laura L. (Greany) Post 16 Charles N. Pray 18 John M. Redenbaugh 24 Donald Reed 7 Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing. We would appreciate you alerting us to any errors or omissions. Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381, 800.463.6925 or firstname.lastname@example.org. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 33 Diane S. (Schaeffer) Reeves 30 Jo Reid 27 Warren Rheaume 12 Randy Roach 10 Steven D. Robinson 16 Mrs. Robert E. Rutherford 27 Jim Ryan, Jr. 13 Scott Sage 29 Cosie (Aiona) Sasaki Curtis Sasaki 8 David Scott 2 Edmund Sheehy, Jr. 24 Richard Singleton, II 20 Major Henry J. Stein, III 10 Wendy V. (Vance) Stevenson 14 Mary E. (Mengert) Sullivan 27 Dr. Kevin D. Sweeny 24 Mary (Geraghty) Talevich 11 Maria C. (Wolf) Terry 21 Charles Broderick 2 Dr. Patrick B. Brown 18 Josh Burrows 14 James T. Callis 14 Marilyn T. (Scanlan) Chastain 20 Louis Cianni 16 John Cizek 19 Richard P. Collins 4 Jim Cunneely 16 Pat Dalton 20 Kevin Daniels 30 Kurt Dehmer 23 Daniel Dieckgraeff 25 Ted Dolle 27 Abraham B. Dorsman, III 29 Kathleen (Renner) Douglas 4 Kathleen Dowse Mary K. (Judge) Emmick 23 Robert Evans 6 Anna Marie (Sangiacomo) Kane 21 Christine Kaufman 20 Robert Kayser 5 Barbara J. Kertson 29 Bruce Kittredge 11 Catherine (Ferguson) Kolinski 15 Greg Kopra 17 Charles Krahenbuhl 21 Teresa Langfitt 22 Kenneth Lebrato 17 Carol (Stone) Lokey 11 Jennifer (Rudy) Lytle 15 Dr. Teresa Ann Mayberg 7 Brian McDonnell 21 Daniel McNeal, II 17 Julia (Verhey) McNeal 17 Robert Milhem 10 Marie Miller 8 The Hon. Terri-Ann Miller 8 John Craig Savage 17 Richard L. Sayre 27 Walter Seaman 5 John Sheaffer, Jr. 13 Gayla L. (Riggs) Shoemake, Ph.D. 2 Craig Short 5 Dr. Lawrence J. Sladich 23 Ewa Z. Slobodow-Najjar 5 Lowry Snow 8 Doug Strickling 23 Carol M. Stumpf 21 Joan (Radich) Sullivan 9 John J. Sullivan 9 Robert Swann 15 Maureen Ann (Venables) Thomas 2 Phillip Thorn 6 Leon Titus, III 17 Leo Trask 27 Kaihehau K. Uahinui 8 Jeff Wagner 14 Margaret M. (O’Meara) Wagner 14 Ethel A. White 4 Rick Wurdeman 2 Patricia Zobel 2 CLASS OF 1980 – 30th Reunion WITH YOUR SUPPORT, A GONZAGA EDUCATION IS AVAILABLE TO MORE DESERVING STUDENTS. THANK YOU! Michael D. Tewksbury 26 Michele A. Tiesse-Gilb 26 Dr. Nancy C. Unger 31 Mathias R. Velasco 4 Charlie Vogelheim 32 Christine (Kelley) Vogelheim 32 Nancy Wainwright 9 Gregory J. Wall 13 D. Christoper Weber 3 Bruce Wellings 20 James Woods 15 Celeste E. Yen 18 Robert Young 17 CLASS OF 1979 Sanya Ala Mary C. (Lobdell) Andersen 4 Matt Anderton 25 Michael Andrade 14 William D. Arnold 20 George Arrigotti 22 Sheila L. (Cornish) Bell 11 Bruce Boyden 2 Paul W. Brajcich 25 Michael Branstetter 20 34 Scott Ewing 26 Justice Mary Fairhurst 19 Timothy Fennessy 16 Richard C. Flamm 18 Maggie (Becker) Foran 12 Katherine M. Fragnoli 7 Chris Gavin 25 Cathleen (Williams) Goodrich 5 James R. Guise 5 James A. Hagglund 5 Phillip Hanford, Jr. 23 Tim Harrington 23 Bridget (McInerney) Harris 17 Terry Harris 12 Mary Rose (Wasson) Hawkins 13 Mary Kay (Quinn) Hayes 9 Mary M. (Mallahan) Hicken 5 Frank R. Hoover 9 Melvin Howry 10 Lois M. Hughes 15 The Hon. Cynthia Imbrogno 18 Micki (Grady) Jacobs 20 Mike Jankovich 11 Michael M. Joy 14 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Wendy (Oligschlaeger) Miller 15 Rebecca (Garrett) Moak 25 John Moloney, Jr. 18 Janis (Jacobs) Nantz 25 Bob Newstrom 11 Jeanine O’Connell 5 Cindy (Hobbs) Omlin 18 Mike Ormsby 28 Dr. Donald R. Paugh 18 Denise (Erdahl) Ploof 19 Edward H. Ploof 19 Lt. Col. Neil R. Porter, Jr. 2 Jim Powers 12 Mary (Haslach) Powers 11 Matt Powers 11 Susan A. (Garber) Pray 18 Vincent Ragosta, Jr. 13 Chris Randall 7 Richard Relyea 13 Ross Rettenmier 16 John Riley, III 8 Julie Ann Rowland 17 Sharon A. (Fitzgerald) Sanchez 13 Teresa (Crabtree) Sarro 25 Lizabeth A. (Rowland) Anderson 11 Patricia (Whitehead) Apregan 9 Raemarie C. Arrigotti 20 Michael L. Bahn 8 James Bamberger, II 9 Ferd Baricevic, Jr. 13 J. Peter Baumgarten 19 Richard Bechtolt, Jr. 10 Stephanie M. (Farrell) Bechtolt 10 Mark S. Beggs 21 Susan Sockwell Bendlin 19 Dr. James Brasch 21 Damian Brayko 9 Yvonne L. (Tremblay) Brayko 9 Katherine M. Brown 3 Roger G. Brown 10 Kristine (Kelsch) Burgess 9 Milissa A. Burkey 10 Dan Catt 10 Paul S. Caver 6 Jeffrey Chester 17 John R. Clark† 22 Cynthia E. (Richardson) Coleman 20 Cecilia (Custer) Crabbe 18 Michael L. Crofts 12 Kent W. Day 5 Mary Ann (Grijalva) DeCosta 7 Pamela J. DeRusha 22 Eileen L. (Leonard) Diekemper 15 Dana L. (Strate) Diemer 13 Teresa Louise Donovan 17 Marron Dooney 9 Bradley Duda 17 James E. Elder 20 Brian L. Ernst 10 Loren Etengoff 3 Gary Farrell 22 Robert Ferek 18 Paul D. Ferguson 4 Dr. Jodi Wardian Funk-Miley 6 Monica (Harrison) Galeucia 17 Steven Gardner 5 Daniel Geittmann 2 Rosanne N. (Rubatino) Goulet 17 Martin Gronberg 22 Michael Gurian 5 Trish Healey 13 Katie (Sutton) Hennessy 17 Alfred Heydrich 14 Christy Higgins 10 The Hon. Kimberly K. Hornak 3 Paul Horsmann 7 Jeanne M. (McLeod) Hoversten 19 Mary Catherine Hughes 13 Jon Huizinga 3 Gary Hustad 18 Bill Hyslop 21 Tamara (Thornton) Jones 19 Warren Jones 10 Leif J. Kehrwald 15 Rene (Mehlhaff) Kehrwald 15 LtCol Patrick A. Kelleher, USMC 18 Stanley Kempner, Jr. 11 Neil Korbas 12 Kelly Kunsch 20 Charles W. Langfitt 22 The Hon. Vincent LeBlon 12 Linda Leonard 7 Julie M. Lewicki 3 Dave Lincoln 29 Michael LoCicero 16 Thomas Loran 6 Cathy (Michels) Lubovich 6 Michael McCanna 2 Joan McCarron 12 Jerome F. McDermott, Jr. 20 Gayle B. McGee Kevin B. McGoffin 12 Judith (Ziegler) McGrath 10 Morgan T. McGrath 10 Timothy McGreevey 27 Kathleen Knapp McKnight 10 Tim McNeese 10 Alexander C. McQuarrie 13 Mary E. Mealey 2 Robert Merriman 19 Margaret Meyers John Moffitt 17 Robert Morgan, Jr. 8 Lizbeth (Tomich) Morris 22 Scott Morris 22 Marjorie Morris-Ferek 18 Steve Nantz 25 Tom Newbury 12 Tamera (Grady) O’Hara 5 Mark A. Ohlstrom 28 John Olk 6 Margaret O’Reilly 4 Michael R. Osborn 10 Lauri L. (Stark) Overman-Sarff 19 Cheryl A. (Harris) Parrish 19 Edward Parry, Jr. 19 Elizabeth A. (McCleave) Patterson 7 Ann Price 7 Maria A. Ravarino 11 Greg Razo 11 Steven Reich 19 Cindy M. Reopelle 20 Thomas E. Richardson 13 Walter Rulffes 6 Linda Louise Savio 2 Ivan A. Schertzer 18 Howard B. Segal 15 Theresa (Bushnell) Sekac 6 Mary (Owens) Shanahan 20 Elise C. (Benoit) Shearer 12 Roberta J. (Schneider) Sobotka 18 Karen (Ledesma) Stoeser 15 Cam Sylvester 5 Steve Taborek 16 Susan J. Tewksbury 26 Robert R. Thomas, MPAS, PA-C 17 Kyra Marie (Knight) Thompson 25 Thomas A. Thompson 8 Cathy Torlai 8 Sharon M. (Edwards) Urtaza 2 Bruce Vadla 5 Kelly Varnes 23 Gregory M. Wagner 3 Bob Walker 6 Bobby Wallace 18 Lisa (Kinzer) Weber 3 James V. Woodard 11 John Zinkgraf 7 CLASS OF 1981 Pam R. Allen-Heringer 14 Ken Anderson 22 Walter Ayers 15 Barbara J. Balen 4 Karen Bard 8 Richard Beatty 7 Cheryl A. Beckett 9 C.S. Bell 6 Robert Berlin 16 Drew Brook, 9 John Callahan 24 Pete Chase 6 Robert Curzan 19 James Daly, IV 7 Edward Dawson 8 Donna M. De Lay 13 Bob Dellwo 19 Gerard J. Diemer 13 Samuel Di Re 16 Joan E. Dolezal 14 Mary W. Dolliver 4 David E. Dorn, 15 Timothy M. Dougherty 22 Marie F. Doyle 26 Linda A. Duda-Heydrich 14 John Taylor Dunlap Robert Dunn 4 Janice E. Duval 6 Steve Duvoisin 13 Joseph Dziwura 22 Barbara Williams Eckert 24 Pat Egger 12 Tyna Ek 14 James Fausone 20 Marie N. (Dieringer) Fessenbecker 17 Corinne Flocken 5 Sharon M. (McMaster) Flynn 18 Robin (Charters) Furth 13 Doreen (Konen) Gavin 25 Bryan Geissler 7 Janice A. Grant 9 Jim Grant 4 Thomas Griffin 18 Jean A. Hall 18 Gene E. Hamilton 10 Joseph Harkrader 23 Todd Harnetiaux 8 Douglas Harris 13 Scott Hatcher 13 Jerome P. Herak 25 Michael Heringer 14 Vance A. Hilderman 5 Ed Hilfer 29 Kurt J. Hilger 4 Edward E. Hill 8 Jan (Coleman) Hubeny 17 Thomas J. Hubeny 17 Jack Jacobs 25 Mike Janicki 22 Tim Johnson 12 Joseph Jones 10 Carol A. (Burgess) Kelly 12 Anna Maria (Suveg) Kestell 2 Clayton N. Kubota 8 Gary Kunihiro 17 Donna M. Larson 8 Terry Leaf 7 Donna (Steeves) Lenseigne† 19 Jay Lewitt 3 Stanford Lum 27 Paul Mack 6 Teresa McCallion 7 Brian McDevitt 24 Maureen McGuire 4 Marjorie McKisson 23 Stephen McLean 21 William L. Meyer 14 Mike Moloney 15 Terence J. Moloney 15 Daniel C. Murphy 9 Bryan Nestor 8 Craig Nichols 7 James R. O’Brien, Jr. 10 Lynn Oligschlaeger 11 Frank Pastizzo 21 Mark Pavlik 13 Bethine M. (Weber) Payne 17 Kevin Potter 27 Mick Quinlivan 22 Henry Quintero 11 Mike Reilly 22 Martin O. Riley, Jr. 6 Douglas W. Rohner 13 John Ruddell 6 Elizabeth Schaefer 14 Robert H. Schapler 2 C. James Scheurich 9 George Schroeder 13 James Sedivy 4 Joseph P. Sheppard 14 Robert Smith 3 Thomas Smith 18 Vesna Tereza Somers 18 Gerald R. Stahl 29 Jeffrey R. Steffan 27 Vickie Stilley-Cowan 2 John Strohmaier 9 Joseph M. Sullivan 21 Parker (Emmons) Sullivan 21 Nancy Jo (Erickson) Thomas 14 Brian A. Thompson 29 Timothy C. Thompson 8 Dr. Diane (Ballard) Timberlake 25 Jerry Tombari 21 James Topliff 13 Anne Tracy 15 Tom Tracy 18 David Ullman 7 Andrew Urban, Jr. 18 Robert M. Urban 13 James R. Walsh 8 Mark Weisbart 4 Robert S. Weisbeck 14 Ross White 9 Linda Marie Wicks 7 Dr. Richard G. Witter 25 Cheryl (Nokes) Wolfe 22 Edward Wolfe 22 John M. Zanol 20 CLASS OF 1982 Joann Auvil 18 Brian Barbour 9 Mike Becky 25 Laureen M. (Metzger) Belmont 3 Rebecca Jean Bernards 2 Rick G. Betts 7 Karen Roley Bialozor Douglas Boe 25 Cathy (Corontzos) Bolton 3 David Bonga Jane Boyd-McCracken 22 Holly Brajcich 21 Jon Brekke 3 Gabriella Brooke 18 Cynthia A. (Mottau) Brown 6 Fred Brown 11 Chris Brumfield 7 Edward Bryant, Jr. 10 Dorothea M. Burke 13 Sandra Bush 6 Harry Calhoun 5 Theresa M. Campbell 12 Timothy Cassidy 11 Margaret May (Gallal) Cate 12 Rebecca A. Cates 28 The Hon. Ellen (Kalama) K. Clark 22 James Clark 3 Sheila (Seitz) Connolly 10 Kent Cronquist 20 The Hon. Christopher Culp 8 Gene Cunneely 32 Daniel Destito 9 Kevin Driscoll 17 Robert Dung 15 Mark Edwards 10 The Hon. Tari Eitzen 19 Roberta (Stuckart) Elder 20 Michael Erickson 5 Dewitt Francis, Jr. Stephen French 14 Toni L. Galli-Sterling 6 Dr. Gregory G. Ganzkow 7 Dan Gillis 8 Paul D. Greeley 23 Rick Hallett 18 Teri S. (Shira) Hanby 22 Rebecca A. (Hobbs) Hartwig 8 Thomas Hee 6 Ralph L. Hetzel 4 Stacia (Reynolds) Hollar 12 The Hon. Holly A. Hollenbeck 2 Lisa (Millison) Janicki 22 Valerie D. Jolicoeur 15 Steve Jolley 11 Diane (Siderius) Kocer 3 Kelly (Whitford) Koenen 10 Stephen Lamberson 14 Namhan Le 16 Steve Lentini 23 The Hon. Jerome Leveque 28 Mary Jo Leveque 28 Mary Jill Magri 22 Maureen (McPherson) Mandel 8 John M. McBee 11 Maureen McCarthey 10 George McInnis 14 Sandra McKee 11 Christine M. (Altman) McMurdo 14 Daniel Mengert 8 Ray Michaelson George Miller 3 Randolph Mitchell 19 Mary Lou (McKelvey) Moffat 18 Barbara Morrison 10 Kathleen (Greenan) Murphy 21 Mary Anne (Swoyer) Murphy 22 Brigitte (Posselt) Murray 3 Barry P.K. Nathaniel 16 Brian C. O’Brien 8 Debbie E. Olson-Sevier 9 Dr. Cassandra Pietrok 19 Pamela (Pacheco) Piro 19 William D. Pitts, Esq. 3 James Randall 7 John E. Sage 20 Douglas R. Sanders 25 James A. Sangiacomo 20 Jonathan R. Schwarz Gerry Scully 2 Robert Shill 3 The Hon. Donna Shipps 10 Marta Shoemaker 24 Dr. John G. Shudy, Jr. 17 Nora R. (Stack) Simmons 12 Mary Beth (Morehead) Smaldone 13 Mary E. (Cavanaugh) Stockinger 5 Stephen Strnad 4 Edward Taylor, Jr. 3 Kirsten (Van Dyke) Taylor 22 Sue (Foster) Taylor 3 Mark Uphus 7 Shavaun M. Wadsworth 27 Kathleen (Patterson) Webber 6 Kathy (Turner) Whealdon 9 Darcy M. Yen 12 CLASS OF 1983 Louis Anselmo 8 Michael Barry 10 Lori A. (Sanberg) Becker 16 Dr. John Belknap 9 Jeff R. Brown 7 Janell S. Burke 21 Adam E. Caballero 16 Peg R. Callaway 8 David Carter Grace (Ivers) Cier 25 Mark Cowan 16 William Culbertson 18 Michael Day 8 Gordon Decker 2 Francis Donnelly 6 Sheila Donovan 6 Scott Dorn 19 Peter Drakos 11 Richard Dressel 4 Noel M. Edson 15 Leslie Fogelson 13 Susan (Byorth) Fox 14 Bill Frenger 17 Dale L. Garrett 14 Peter Gedraitis 4 Renee (Gallagher) Grandinetti 23 Daniel Thomas Green 7 Fr. James Hayes, S.J. 3 Robert J. Hensle 17 Patrick Herriman 10 Elizabeth L. Hively 17 Shirley Holcomb 6 Thomas Huston 8 Colin Joy 7 Robert C. Keasal 19 William M. Kegley 14 Katie (Murray) Kleeman 20 Wendy (Brown) Knopp 11 Thomas Lampson 8 John Lapke 24 Anthony J. Lucarelli 23 Barbara P. Lynch 21 Scott Marinella 15 Christine (Rivers) Markey 7 Atsumi (Tsukimori) McCauley 9 The Hon. Daniel J. McGee 8 Nancy (Wells) McGee 8 Margaret Ann (Fairhurst) McLane 34 Kevin D. McQuilkin 24 David Michaud 4 Harold Moberg 7 The Hon. Maryann Moreno 8 Joan C. Morningstar 22 Matthew Murphy 21 Mark Musgrove 9 Maureen Neeley 19 Lisa J. (Hotchkiss) Nevitt 8 Jerry Niland 6 Sean O’Brien Jeffrey L. Okey Roger Olson 2 Sylvia K. Page 26 WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 35 Laura Esther Park 5 Eileen Brewer Perkins 6 Carey L. Polich 9 Molly A. (Lynch) Preston 13 Timothy A. Reid 12 Kerry Cussen Retzlaff 15 Thomas O. Rice 13 Carole Rolando 14 Mike Roth 24 Helen A. (Aspebakken) Scherer 27 John Schiemer 16 Julie (Colby) Schiemer 16 Roger Schlaefer 3 Ralph Scott 7 Julia Zodrow Seipp 2 Lindalou (Cady) Shea 38 Randy Small 14 Karen Sonneborn 18 Scott Storey 3 Paul Storwick 10 Jerry Sullivan 16 Patricia (Baker) Sullivan 16 Brian Super 25 William Thompson 6 John Trucco, Jr. 16 Polly E. (Fox) Urban 13 Michelle M. (Durkin) Wetzel 5 John Henry Whaley Sarah Louise (Murphy) Whaley Raye H. Winters 2 Dion Yahoudy 10 Michael P. Yeend 19 Steven R. Yentzer 7 Laura L. Young-Campbell 18 CLASS OF 1984 Paul Abbott 9 Raelene (Caferro) Albinson 24 Cheryl I. Aleman 2 Thomas Antles 5 The Hon. John Antosz 13 Thomas J. Barbano, Jr. 19 Laynette A. Baron 15 Dorothy (Mickschl) Belknap 11 Helen Benson 21 Joseph Berg 6 Charlotte M. (McDonnell) Bosold 6 John S. Bowers, Jr. 22 Kathleen Brunner 15 Paul Burglin 16 William Burns 15 Paul Byorth 14 Gregory J. Byrd 8 Virginia A. (Morris) Calloway Cathleen C. Carney 5 Kevin Casey 13 Armina Ching 2 Karen Lee (Zanck) Chuday 5 Barry Chun 4 David S. Clement 5 Joan Colleran 13 Ruthie H. Dearing 5 Dorothy Detlor 6 Karen Darl (Felch) Dorsh 10 Jack Driscoll, Jr. 11 Kathy Duarte 22 36 Kellie D. (Bubb) Durgan 12 Stephen Farnell 11 Margaret Fasulo 2 Brent Fery 20 Steve Finley 10 Julie A. Foerster 17 Calvin Ford 2 Courtney C. (Corrigan) Galgani 16 Lisa (Desimone) Garrett 14 Mary F. (O’Neill) Goodwin 26 Delaine H. (Hess) Gruber 8 Gail A. (Reid) Gurian 5 Michael B. Harrington 8 Tilman Hasche 18 Matthew Hegewald, M.D. 15 Thomas Hemesath 7 Peter Herman 6 Harold T. Higgins 3 James K. Hilger 3 Brenda Kay (Hoene) Hill 7 Sean Hogan 13 William Hooks 6 Lori Marie Hoover 3 Monty Hoppel 24 Regina (Multari) Johnson 3 Lynn M. Jones 6 Tami (Votendahl) Kelly 7 Amrit K. (Whitlock) Khalsa 17 Maura Anne Kincare Michele M. (Smith) Kolar 3 Suzanne (Franks) Lamanna 4 Lori A. (Abraham) Lane 19 Jacqueline J. Lang 6 Cecelia (Sabala) Larson 20 Carol (Dietrich) Larvick 9 Kimberly Ann Loranz 9 Henry Lu 11 Timothy J. Lynes 22 Michael V. Maronick 18 Marie L. (Giradot) McDonald 10 Leonard McDonnell 10 Michael G. McDonnell 25 Bryce McPhee 9 Michael Merritt 13 Thomas P. Michaels 13 Elizabeth A. (Kellard) Miller 11 Sarah S. (Simpson) Moloney 20 Thomas B. Moloney 20 Arnie Mondloch 22 Pierce Murphy 22 Shawn A. Murrow 7 Kathleen A. (Juenemann) Neer 3 Kathleen M. (Wilson) Nitta Carol (Kruse) O’Leary 3 Layne D. Owens 20 William J. Palmer 20 Imelda M. Patterson 28 Miles Pellazar 14 Mark Perry 16 Joanna Jane (Vivian) Plimley 2 Gregory Potter 12 Anthony Puig 9 Karen Radella 17 Susan Rauenhorst Turner 20 Ted Rehwald 9 Richard W. Rice 7 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Irene Ringwood 19 Christine M. Robisch 12 Kurt Rochlitz Jim J. Roletto Dorothy G. Rollins 7 Robert Shimane 18 Stephen Signer 12 Kathleen A. Skillings-Stewart 18 Jody Stroh 13 Teri L. Stroschein 24 John Tessner 6 Laura (Stepovich) Tramonte 18 Bill Trudeau 15 John Steven Turskey 2 Rudy Vigilia 6 Mark Walatka 23 Kurt Walsdorf 12 Gary R. Weber 20 Steven Wittau 24 Katharine M. Witter Brindley 22 Denise Wood 12 Justin Ying 17 THANKS TO GIFTS DESIGNATED TO GONZAGA’S RETREAT PROGRAMS, STUDENTS CONTINUE TO PARTICIPATE IN LONGTIME FAVORITES SUCH AS THE SEARCH RETREAT. CLASS OF 1985 – 25th Reunion Thomas Albinson 24 Laurel A. Andrechak 7 Raymond Banasik 11 C Benson Elizabeth C. (Osborn) Boileau 13 Steven B. Boyd 18 Pamela Dee (Richmond) Bradley 2 Frank Braun 4 Mary E. (Maronick) Braunberger 13 Mary-Margaret (Dalton) Burgdorff 14 Doug Byrd 19 Christina (Leigh) Caballero 16 Sharon A. (Morgan) Cecil 5 Keith Champeau 23 Kelly Cline 9 Beth S. (Jensen) Cocchiarella 16 David Cochran 15 Phillip John Collaer 9 Patricia M. (Hoban) Collins 19 Jac Cooper 15 Robin (Briley) Cowan 8 Michael S. Crews 10 Mary (Collins) Cronin 3 Richard Cunningham 3 John Currie, III 19 James K. D’Aboy 3 Maureen A. Dever-Weisbeck 14 Matthew Dickey James Diehl 11 Joseph M. Doohan 17 Michael J. Dunn 13 Salvatore Faggiano 7 Doris A. Ferguson 10 Johnathan A. Ferguson 10 Mary K. (LaBrie) Frederick 15 Gina Ghramm-Tveit 14 Chris Gill 4 Donna M. Goldade Brian G. Gosline 25 Dale R. Grant 10 Tim Greenan 7 Scott Griff 10 Colleen M. (Greany) Groh 10 Michael Hahn 2 Charles V. Hall 6 Dave Hamad 19 John Hanrahan 6 Patricia (DuBois) Harris 22 Sue Harwood 7 Carol K. Haugen 5 Dale Heberling 24 Deborah T. Henthorn 2 Stacy (Sprout) Herriman 10 Kathryn Hughes 5 Darrell Jackson 11 Tracey J. (Walsh) Junkermier 21 John F. Kelly, Jr. 16 Sean Kelly 6 Patrick Kerley 10 Fr. Patrick Kerst 14 Kathleen C. Greene Kilcullen 12 Clarice F. (Miller) King 8 John P. King 8 Barbara (McFarlin) Kosiec 2 Mike Kubani 7 Mike Kuester 8 William R. Kuper 21 Michael P. Lau 2 Alexander M. Laughlin 15 Karen (Schauble) Leaffer 14 Mark Lorenz 8 Glen MacPhee 5 Jeff Mason 11 Kevin McConnell Colleen M. McQuaid 13 Ed Merrick, Jr. 23 Jamie (Hertz) Miron 9 Theresa (O’Toole) Mitchell 19 Rande Muffick 2 Daniel R. Murphy 17 Jean M. (Guerrero) Nelson 7 Jon Nuxoll 21 James Okins 2 Jeffrey R. O’Neil 3 Larry Ota 2 Patrick O’Toole 11 Thomas Palmersheim 11 Patricia Parker 19 Larry Perkins 6 Lucelle Marlene Prindle Chester Ptasinski John Quesnel 17 Christopher Reisenauer 18 Clara Reisenauer 18 Jerome Rejman Todd Ringwood 9 Ellen M. (Gallagher) Robinson 14 David Rodriguez 12 Jeanne M. Rosenberger 13 Lori Kay St. Marie 10 Karen L. Sayre 27 Mary Kay Schaefers 22 Don Schoening 4 Robert Scripko Robert Seghetti 7 Susan (Ward) Shoemaker 21 Maureen E. (Gordon) Shogan 26 Arleen (Parker) Shrader 9 Teresa R. (Ramos) Specht 14 Gary F. Stadtmueller 11 Dina (Schiedinger) Stafford 8 Carolyn Z. (Ziel) Sullivan 7 John Sullivan 7 Theresa L. (Lampkin) Tamura 19 Andrea F. (Butaud) Taylor 2 Ronald Thomas 11 Julia (Mrowca) Thompson 6 John Tombari 15 Michael F. Tucci 22 Dave A. Wall 21 Ann M. (Herriman) Waltier 21 Anthony Waltier 21 Kevin P. West 23 Jason M. Whalen 15 The Hon. Janis Whitener-Moberg 7 Michelle M. (Peloquin) Wiitala 14 Roger Witt 13 Bruce W. Worobec 16 Scott Wuesthoff Paul Zurybida CLASS OF 1986 Laura E. (Eggleston) Ackerman 11 Mark F. Ackerman 11 Garin Andrews 13 Mary Jo (Ghosn) Andrews 13 Michael Barnett 10 Trine S. Beach 6 LTC Bill Bialozor 6 Cynthia B. Bocoboc 14 Brynn E. Bolling 16 James W. Bolwerk 14 Linda (Hensle) Bowers 22 Anne E. Brand Scott Burkhardt 4 Andrew Cabaccang 9 Steve Carbonari 4 Jill (Legel) Christiansen 12 David Cocco Leah M. Coleman 8 Jeff Condill 6 Thank you for your generous gifts made between June 1, 2009, and May 31, 2010. Judith H. Cooke 6 Robert R. Cossey 11 Lisa L. (Smith) Cummins Paul Delay 16 Craig A. Dickson 6 Robert Downey 23 Monica J. (Kahrs) Dunlop 3 Kim T. (Taylor) Dunn 7 Jeffrey S. Elekes 14 Donald Fairburn, Jr. 4 Shawn L. Finnegan 6 Joe Garst William J. Geary 15 Dale E. Goodwin 26 Susan M. (Elia) Gosline 25 Joan C. (Forsberg) Grant 10 Mark Griffin 21 Laura Griffith-Rankin 14 John F. Groh 10 Peter Hammer 9 Peggy E. Haun-McEwen 12 Jody L. Henderson 5 Kevin Henderson 5 Rick Hendrickson 5 Catherine A. (Cara) Hendry 3 Michael Hendry 3 John Hobus 17 C. Hogeboom, III 9 Timberly Hughes 10 Gregory Ircink 9 Marci D. (Hull) Jaman 23 Philip H. Jesse 20 Meg (Reilly) Judge 14 Fred Karau 18 Roxy Kasman 18 Margaret M. Kearney 12 Juanita S. (Vanzutphen) Keller Desiree A. (LaMear) Kellogg 6 Paul Kelly 8 Terinda Kay Kerley 10 Brian K. Kuhta 19 Valerie A. (Stroschein) Kuntz 20 Douglas Lancaster 14 Mary E. Landers 19 Caterina E. M. Lasome 2 Mary T. (Wright) Lee 9 Jay Lindh Virginia Lee (Burns) Linwick 8 Mary (Hildahl) Llewellyn 16 Kelly (Judge) Lucarelli 23 Mike Lucarelli 16 Charles Maple 22 Linda (Phillips) Mathis Timothy McDermott 7 Mary (Bucholz) McDougal 18 Jeralyn (Lewis) Mire 24 David E. Montecucco Brian Morin 6 Carol A. (Grell) Morris 17 Richard Mount 4 Matthew P. Munro 8 Darryl K Nitta Joe Onley 6 Kevin Padon 14 Ruth A. Page 2 James Pearson 18 John Plock 16 Edward Ratcliffe 18 Gail Johns Ray 2 Thomas F. Reuss 14 Mary K. (Snelson) Richards 17 Scott A. Richards 17 Randy Ridgway 18 Catherine M. (Maronick) Roe 6 Fr. Richard A. Root 5 Monica (Rosman) LaFever 9 Cheryl M. Sackrider 7 Jeff Schmitz 14 Rick C. Shanaman 12 Vicky P. (Hooper) Shanaman 12 Natalie (Carlise) Sharpes 14 Gregory R. Smith 7 Steve Smith 14 Steven Soos 15 Martin Stacey 18 Theresa Taaffe 20 Michael Thompson 17 Michele (Zrodlo) Velasco 4 Dorothy (Cates) Wagsholm 23 Cherie A. (Riel) Wall 21 Ray Wimberley 5 Christopher Wrolstad 17 Lisa Marie (Verstraete) Wrolstad 17 CLASS OF 1987 Delores H. Alexander 8 James F. Andrew Jill (Wing) Armijo 6 Reed Armijo 6 Heidi (Havens) Bateman 2 Todd D. Bayne 12 Sean C. Boyd 4 Sharon M. (Feldman) Bradley 12 Laura I. (Monks) Bruscia 6 Michael Dee Cagle 2 Kevin Caldwell 5 Guy T. Caley 7 Mary Sara (Pfeifer) Casey 13 Theresa M. (Schneider) Clark 19 Rebecca M. Coufal 4 Claire D. (Vargo) Dempsey 13 John F. Dempsey 13 Timothy Donaldson 12 Dan Dovey 12 Alice M. (Weber) Elekes 14 Patricia A. Etter 6 Jeffrey Evans 9 Julie L. (Bobbett) Evans 9 Jane M. Ferguson 9 Deborah K. Firkins 5 Kaye M. (Tilton) Fry 10 Brian T. Gabert 3 Kathleen M. (O’Connor) Gallant 21 Pierre T. Gallant 21 Kathleen M. Gardipee-Schur 16 Madeline A. (Chott) Gauthier 8 Steve Geidl 16 Mary Lou Gesuale 2 Joan (Hughes) Gianotti 15 John Z. Gibson 7 Paula L. Haberman 15 Mary (Guerrero) Halvorson 4 Richard Hamm Jean Herzog 34 Joe Herzog 10 Kathleen (Hanifan) Hoke 6 Loretta M. Holthaus 21 Joel Huppin 5 Greg Intinarelli 26 William Isgrigg 6 Anne-Marie (Manglesdorf) Jesse 20 Marc J. Johnston 7 Terrance Judge 14 Charlotte E. (Doogan) Kair 19 Pamela L. (Frederickson) Kaperick 8 Dean Karcz 19 Carolyn Kavanaugh-Saini 2 Brenda M. Kehoe 4 Richard J. Kendall 15 Jacki (Caferro) Konesky 17 Jane M. (Dore) Kuper 21 Mark L. Lally 22 Michael B. Love 18 Dorothy A. Maronick Sarna 4 Trudy T. McCoy 4 Michael T. McGree 3 Laura L. McGrory 12 Catherine E. (Rosa) Mirkin 23 Jeffrey C. Mirsepasy 12 S. Ann (Tillery) Murphy 17 Helene A. (Jacoby) Myers 16 Kathleen O’Brien 6 Daniel K. O’Sullivan 9 Susan E. (Sramaty) O’Sullivan 9 Marty O’Toole 20 Cece (Byorth) Padon 12 Debra Peterson 18 Kurt A. Phillips 14 Jamieson N. Poe 12 Kevin Pratt 5 Robyn L. Pugsley Theresa Rambosek 9 Craig Ramella 21 Debra Rappuchi 10 Michael Reitcheck 10 Renee R. Reuther 14 Pamela H. (Hazelton) Rohr 2 Richard J. Roman 3 Lisa A. (Allen) Rowan 19 Michael S. Rowan 19 Patricia Corr Seidensticker 11 Jeri Self-Merritt 21 Mike Sharpes 14 Nancy Slattery 7 Christopher Spring 19 Jim Starkey 20 Stacey Stockton 6 Michele E. Storms 11 Erik D. Sulonen 2 Paul Tran 4 Dorinda L. Upham 10 Joseph G. Weber 11 Charles West 2 Jennifer L. (Prince) West 23 Theresa (Cochran) Willy 8 Levi Wylie 3 Marcia J. Young CLASS OF 1988 Robin (Allen) Barnhart 20 Aline C. Barrett 4 Michael Beegle 11 Ken Bell-Garrison 7 Margaret (Bucholz) Birmingham 5 David G. Blohn 22 Susan M. (Kocvara) Blohn 22 Constance Jean (Peterson) Brady 7 Toby Brewer 22 Maureen H. Britton-Poole 6 Randy L. Bronson 5 Heidi M. (Robbins) Brown 7 Steven Brown 6 Greg M. Bui 3 Craig Charbonneau 19 Keith Cleek 4 Laverna L. Clemens 13 Fr. Darrin D. Connall 10 The Hon. Patricia Connolly Walker 2 Mike Delay 10 Carol M. Dever 4 Cathleen R. (Birgenheier) Dietrich 5 Michaele E. Dietzel 13 Michelle D. Dimond-Szambelan 18 Karen E. (Parker) Dobson 3 Jeff Doering 9 Dana M. (Thoele) Dunham 8 Dale A. Elmenhurst 18 Charles Esposito 9 Jacqueline (Michielli) Etter 14 Bob Finn 11 Christopher Garza 9 Jill D. Gibbon-Kiley 16 Paul Graham Christopher Gray 6 Karen E. Harwood 22 Meishelle L. Haverkamp 9 Jack Heath, III 16 Michelle Scully (Spiess) Hobus 17 Margaret (Peters) Hughes 2 Natalie J. Hunter 20 James J. Huss 20 Mark R. Iverson 13 Jacqueline (Martinez) Jepkes 5 Mark V. Jordan 9 Paul G. Kaperick 8 Joshua John Kelly 4 Seong-Hoon Kim 6 Laura L. Konen-Lee 11 Sandra M. Krenkel Margaret Mary LaBelle-Imhoff 2 Christy M. Larsen 4 Carrine M. (VanDyke) Leahy 19 Joel G. Lee 9 Alisa M. (Mediati) Lydon 9 Matthew Lydon 9 Allan MacKay Shane McClary 8 Stephanie (Melchor) McIntyre 11 Grace P. McLaughlin 6 Margo A. (Hillestad) Nadler 5 Michael Nibarger 5 Michael Park 2 Kim Powers Mark Prothero 3 Michelle K. (Daniels) Reitcheck 10 Christopher Rivera 18 Judy C. (Weber) Rivera 18 Danny S. Roe 2 Bonnie H. Ruidl 10 Kathleen Egan Rzeszut Mary D. Schumacher 12 Mike K. Sipes 14 Adrienne E. Smith 7 Joan Grey Smith 9 Lura M. Smith 15 Teresa J. (Smatlan) Stoddard 8 William Tarnasky, Jr. 4 Margaret M. (Weinand) Thomas 12 Regina Thomas 11 Timothy D. Trageser 6 The Hon. Philip Van de Veer 16 Michael Walker 5 Teresa L. Worthington 2 Martin Wyckoff 4 Christopher Young 14 Michael Zdancewicz 2 Joan M. Zook 8 CLASS OF 1989 John M. Altman 9 Carol A. (Korby) Anderson 8 Thomas J. Barreras 3 Kimberly A. (Dickson) Bayley 13 Michael J. Bayley 13 Judith M. Bean Kara (Wendt) Beck 10 Kenneth Betzler 8 Brenda Bodeau 15 Christopher P. Brown 8 Kate A. (Johns) Brown 8 Christina M. (Lundgren) Burnaby 3 Karen R. Byorth 14 Keith Carpenter 6 Gregory J. Cazzanigi 6 Kimberly (Benson) Christiansen 17 Nancy H. Cochran Walter Conn 12 Brad L. Coverdell 4 Christine L. Culp 3 Shannon M. (Kuster) Davis 11 Jennifer Deger 18 Kimberly A. DesRoches 7 Gregory Detuerk 9 Tracy L. (Sloboda) Detuerk 8 Jack DuClos 3 Erica C. Duke 4 Mike Earnest 19 Forrest G. Ehlinger 9 Molly C. (Malone) Ehlinger 9 Janet Esposito 9 Clifton E. Foster 4 Jeanne M. Freeman-Malubay 10 Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing. We would appreciate you alerting us to any errors or omissions. Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381, 800.463.6925 or email@example.com. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 37 Kristi Fuller 21 Daryl M. Gee 12 Jennifer M. (Bell) Gee 18 Chris Gill Pamela L. Gist 6 Virginia Green Dana C. Hackett 14 Lance W. Hendrix Suzanne B. Herda-Raines 3 Suzanne (Sladich) Heutmaker 6 David A. Jacobs 4 Frances Kapp Leslie E. Kemper 9 Kip (Jordan) Kesgard 16 Lynn King 2 Kristen L. (Smith) Klaassen 12 Jay E. Knapp 16 Susana M. (Barber) Knapp 16 Sarah M. (Thomas) Koehler 14 William Koehler, Jr. 13 Melissa J. (Fisher) Koenig 5 James A. Lalonde 3 Cory A. Leveque Adams 17 Steven E. Lewis 5 Suzanne M. (Jergens) Lewis 5 George Lightfoot Tamara J. (Keating) Lindhout 3 Amy (Benson) Lofquist 12 Paul Lukinich 3 Bruce G MacIntyre 15 Kevin F. Mack 6 Karen Malen-Hogle 10 Gina M. (Hanson) Martin 12 Toby Martinez 7 Thayne M. McCulloh 16 The Hon. Joe McDermott 11 Thomas McGarry 3 Dana M. (Reding) McPhee 7 James McPhee 7 Stephen K. Meyer 11 Andrew Miller 5 Rebecca I. (Abbate) Morrisroe 9 Thaddeus Mosey 10 Carmel Mullin 16 COL Robert E. Mullin† 16 Kent Mumma 3 Molly Campbell Nave 7 Christopher J. Nettleton 10 Jeffrey Oswald John Oswald Mary L. (Price) Pauly 10 Peter Pauly 10 Tori (Rhodes) Peterson Sheryl Phillabaum 12 Sarah Herres (Miller) Powers 12 Kirsten H. (Larsen) Prud’homme 14 Lloyd Reitz 10 David C. Richardson 10 Debbie Rufener 19 Peter M. Ruffatto 15 Shannon (Casey) Scacciotti 14 Cheri Sharp 3 Anthony Shouse 7 Jeri Simmons 8 Tracey Singer 14 Julie S. Smith 38 Mark Sole 17 Margot J. Stanfield 25 Theresa M. (Obradovich) Stankovik 11 Gary Strope 2 Carl Sunderman 2 Fred Tadrowski 13 Eric M. Thompson 8 Sean M. Thompson 13 Verlie J. Thompson 6 William Thompson 3 Susan Ann Thomson 5 Jeffrey Turner 4 Paul A. Verret 11 Lewis Walde 21 David Walters 21 Katherine (Beaton) Walters 21 Renee Wass 14 Therese A. Watson 4 Rick Wharf 8 Donna M. Williams 14 Jessie (McManigal) Wuerst 6 CLASS OF 1990 – 20th Reunion Penny J. (Pearson) Akers 2 Steven Albert 17 Jessica M. (Johnson) Alfano 6 Teresa A. (Beasley) Andersen 9 Stephen C. Arredondo 6 Jon Edwin Atwood Perri Ann Babalis 14 Anthony Bamonte Amy (Achtenberg) Basche 4 Richard A. Basta 10 Laurie A. Bigej 7 Renee E. Brecht 2 Nona (Byrne) Brown 3 Nancy S. Burnett 17 Karen A. Calder 14 John Caley, Jr. 5 Dan Calles Sheila A. (Berschauer) Chilson 11 Andres Cicarelli 3 Colleen K. (McCuddin) Cicarelli 3 Traci L. (Kendall) Claar 5 Alison S. Clark 5 Mary E. Connolly 4 Mary D. (Coil) Cooper 8 Jeff M. Copper 8 Bradley P. Cossette 6 Donn K. Cox 8 Patricia K. Davis 9 L. David Dell’Osso 4 Mark W. Doran 10 Ellen M. (Stazel) Doupe-Moras 3 Heidi M. (Wohlschlegel) Drynan 11 Thomas A. Drynan 13 Clinton A. Dubois 9 Elizabeth (Smith) Dubois 9 Dirk Edmiston 2 Kathryn M. (Wellman) Elmenhurst 18 Elizabeth M. Essex 11 Dr. Donald Fekete 11 Kelley M. Flatters 9 Todd E. Franklin 2 Lori D. (Allen) Fritz 15 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Thomas R. Fuchs 14 Keith A. Fuller 21 Cheryl George 2 Nathan M. Giles 8 Dr. Lawrence J. Gist, II 6 Keith Glanzer 11 Julie (Raekes) Grewe, MD 10 Wendy M. Hague Earl D. Hall 6 Heidi (Jeckle) Harrington 8 Michael A. Harrington 4 Terry L. Haws† 2 John C. Hoover 6 Brian J. James 6 Jill E. (McKenna) James 6 Jeff C. Johnson 3 Tina U. Johnson 20 Michael T. Jonas 6 Teresa A. (Davidson) Josten 15 Kevin Joyce 5 Pola A. Kelley 3 Jeritt Kent 4 Carol L. Kerley 10 Patrice Kleinheinz 15 William J. Kochevar 13 Matthew Komar 8 Daniel W. Latvala 8 Richard Leland 7 Daniel B. Lewis Susan H. (Salley) Lightfoot R. Patrick Lockard 2 Craig W. Looney 4 Kathleen (Lowry) Lundy 19 Kristine L. (Bedford) Lyons 13 Vinetta A. MacPherson 4 Karla (Huffine) Maguire 7 Glorilyn M. (Kimokeo) Maw 18 Scott H. Maw 18 Emily J. (Hall) May 11 Heidi J. (Baum) McAllister 9 Mark W. McAllister 9 Ray E. McGriff, Jr. 6 Scott S. McKay 12 Richard M. Miailovich, Jr. 14 Curt Mitchke 11 Kristine M. (Holwegner) Mitchke 6 Chris Montano Michael J. Mulick 12 Colleen E. O’Connor 11 Matthew P. O’Donnell 19 Betty M. Olk 4 Mark E. Perrier Corey D. Peterson 12 Rebecca L. (Hirschel) Prahl 5 Michael W. Pringle 2 John T. Prud’homme, Jr. 14 Steven Reitcheck 4 Holly A. (Thielen) Robinson 13 Kevin M. Roy 4 Lance R. Sadler 5 Holly D. (Porath) Sanders 16 Catherine A. (O’Toole) Shedd 7 Robert S. Spencer 4 Amy Still 16 Michael D. Stone 8 Timothy E. Szambelan 18 Colleen S. (McCambridge) Thompson 8 Teresa J. Tombari 11 Captain Andrew W. Trout 4 Lisa M. Vance Timannie J. (Ames) Volland 6 Dr. Thomas G. Walsh 14 Sharon (DeLeo) Wieber 4 Ruth A. Willford 5 David J. Wilson 6 Michael Winger 15 George Cliff Yochum 4 CLASS OF 1991 Susan Alexander 6 Gary W. Allen 6 Brian Arnold Maile A. (Arensdorf) Atay 15 Barbie M. (Ward) Bailey 8 Joanne M. (Daly) Barber 5 Richard P. Barber 5 Cassandra A. Baumann-Johnson 3 Eileen Bell-Garrison 7 Andrew E. Benson 6 David P. Berry 10 Kim Bishop Toni K. Blackwell 2 Carol Bonino 21 Beverley Botter 9 Andrea Bouchard 2 Lisa Bradley 6 Kevin A. Briscoe 5 Elizabeth N. Bruskotter 8 Mark A. Bruskotter 9 T. Bennett Burkemper, Jr. 13 Ina J. Bush 9 Heather K. (Jewett) Chen 3 Bill T. Cobb 8 Michelle (Halliday) Czech 10 Leona K. Dater 2 Scott Davis 8 Sean T. Davis 6 Richard C. Deck 15 William E. DeForeest 11 Mary Ann Dubay Jill M. Duffy 12 Joyce Esposito 30 Norman Fiacchi, Jr. 5 Patricia (Bucholz) Fiacchi 5 Robert R. Fischer 8 James J. Fitzgerald 12 Gayle A. (Jacobs) Foote 15 Christian Franz 5 Ruth J. (Holland) Fullwiler 2 Joseph Gregorwich 6 Thomas B. Hammer 6 Jason Hannawalt 13 Kirk Hansen 12 Sandy J. Hanson 4 Jenice L. (Koppelo) Herzog 9 Michael C. Hirst 10 Michael J. Holloman Karen (McLandress) Hollon 5 Jennifer L. Horner 5 James E. Hydzik 4 Joann B. Iverson Christine Johnson 3 Colleen A. Johnson 4 John Johnson 5 Richard J. Jones 3 Teresa A. Jones 4 Judy K. Kagele-Williams 2 Donald B. Kennedy 9 Donald Kesteven 5 Colleen M. (Frost) Kinney 10 James D. Kinney, III 10 Jolanta A. Kozyra 14 Joyce W. Kubalsky 4 Steven M. Lapke 13 Laurie B. Latta 2 Jacqueline M. (Altman) Latvala 8 Richard League 21 Lynne M. LeBret 14 Jeffrey M. Lindhout 2 Margaret M. (Flynn) Mahaffey 8 Greg Marshall 18 John McDowell 8 Sylvia C. McGovern 5 Sharon Annette McGrane 2 Jerad C. Melgard 2 David Moseley 9 Molly Murphy 9 Ellen A. (Morin) Nessen 10 Lisa Nicholls 15 John O’Brien, Jr. 13 Neil J. O’Keefe 6 Jane Parry Ewers 8 Mark K. Perko 6 Kay L. (Koppleman) Peterson 4 Stephen M. Pinza 4 Klaire L. (Fulton) Powers 9 Kelly M. Price 8 Bethany A. (Eiesland) Prince 8 Irving Mark Rosenberg 6 Sherry D. Rux 10 Stephen J. Schmedding 2 Mary Shanks 4 Carol (Korb) Sheridan 5 Richard P. Siekawitch 15 Christopher Standiford 19 Nate Steilen 12 Michele (Kegel) Stewart 6 Mark T. Strahl 5 M. Gage Stromberg, III 3 Daniel Summerfeldt 9 Anne E. (Livingston) Thomas 16 Thatcher Thompson 18 Paul N. Tranel 4 Deanna M. (Cheney) Troxel 8 Linda L. Uphus 5 Kristin L. Walker 18 Christine M. (Hohman) Weaver 10 Sue Weitz 26 Ted Wellman 4 Lynda (Sedivy) White 2 Grace Beauchane Whiteaker 7 Sara Williams 13 Donald S. Worley 7 A. Kristine Young 4 Thank you for your generous gifts made between June 1, 2009, and May 31, 2010. CLASS OF 1992 Stacey (Scissons) Adams 7 Paige Adcock John W. Anderson 9 Penny Atherton 4 Bryce E. Ault 6 Stephen Baran 5 Gregory Bever 6 Jan Bissett 5 Kell E. Bodholt Seanna M. (Crowley) Bodholt 2 Geoffrey M. Boodell 8 Lee A. Brand 11 Ann Brown 18 Pattie (Bettin) Buller 14 Barry K. Buth 2 Cristine M. Cashatt 9 Christine Coers-Mitchell 2 William Cook 5 Siobhan M. Daly 9 Erin Willis De Klotz 12 Stephen J. De Klotz 12 Paul V. Essex 12 Mary Everson 2 John P. Farrell 3 Jean Lucille Fields Meagan Flynn 13 David Fonda 5 Judy Foster 4 Luke Foust 4 Jennifer (Stowe) Franz 5 Mary Ann Fritchie 7 Colleen A. (Thompson) Fuchs 8 Charles A. Gay 5 Valerie J. George 9 Elizabeth (Leendertsen) Giedraitis 11 James E. Giedraitis 9 Gordon R. Grassi Tiffany M. Greco 12 Karl Hageman 7 Beatrice Harris, Ph.D. 10 Shane M. Hatcher 6 Patricia (Hunter) Hennessey 11 Dianne Henrickson 3 James L. Hill 2 Teresa Ann Hill 2 Janet Hiller 4 Wm. Scott Hislop 13 Kevin Holland 11 David Huard 11 Flora J. (Tobuk) Ige Michael E. Johnson 4 Sabrina K. Jones-Schroeder 15 Kimberly S. (Drivdahl) Jordan 15 Judith G. Juguilon-Andrew Lara R. (Mihelich) Kammereck 7 Daniel L. Keppler 13 Jennifer Kerley 6 Betty L. Kiemle 19 Eric J. Kimball 6 Michele Ann R. (Reed) King 16 Rebecca Klimper 2 Kathleen M. Kragelund 6 Deborah Lahue 6 Charlotte Lamp 7 Marilyn Laugen 8 Cynthia J. (Popiel) Leaver 9 Jason Lee 16 Roseann M. Lemberger 15 Tresa (Bos) LeVasseur 9 Rebecca A. Lucke 7 John V. Lyons 13 Debora S. Marino 15 Fran Maronick Albrecht 8 Marilyn J. (Rossi) Mathis 8 Jack W. McBride 5 Vickie McCann 2 Julie A. (Lopach) McCulloh 14 Nancy A. McKay 17 Nicole S. (Annis) McKay 12 Cheré (Byrd) McKeirnan 11 Helen M. McMahon 7 Catherine Melgard 4 Gloria Middaugh 6 Johnston Mitchell 2 Ronda L. Moore 3 Pamela Nichols Stephen Nicol 2 Susan L. Norwood 19 Scott M. O’Halloran 5 Darrell Overbay 10 Shannon R. (Brod) Overbay 10 Holger Peller 8 Paul W. Pennington 3 Clarence A. Perry 6 Jeffrey R. Peters 3 Linda K. Portwood Patrick A. Potts 2 Timothy Quinn 12 Jane (Alexander) Ratzer 11 Robert C. Rich 10 Dennis T. Richardson, Jr. 4 Jennifer L. (Alia) Roben 3 Michael Rodeen 14 Thomas M. Ross 7 Amy Jo (Knapp) Rosson 19 Robert S. Rosson 19 Joely K. (Jepson) Round 19 Ray J. Round 19 Heidi Ruckwardt 13 E. Theodora Sallee 4 Tyler Schumacher 12 Robert D. Selle 16 Diana Sergi Khoury 9 Donna M. (DaSilva) Singer 14 Julie A. (Haigh) Standiford 19 Donald J. Stewart 11 Luying Tan 4 Shannon T. (Kwasney) Thomas 8 Dennis P. Thompson 2 James Thompson 8 Jill L. (Bethel) Thompson 11 Toby W. Tobeck 5 Peter H. Tran 16 William Troxel 7 Rodney K. Van Alyne 3 Donald A. Verzani 12 Patricia L. (Franz) Verzani 12 Anne Marie Vogel 4 Susan Werner Ann (Chenovick) Winger 15 Donald J. Worthy 14 Paula A. (Hummell) Zitterkopf CLASS OF 1993 William C. Abt 9 Brian J. Adams 11 Rachel M. (Herres) Allen 12 Lori J. Arpin 25 Amy M. (Higgins) Arsenault 2 Sean D. Bailey 7 Mark R. Baines 5 John Paul Barinaga 8 TerryKay Birrer 14 Brad Boedecker 18 Matthew Bradburn Cynthia S. Cappello James Cappello 6 Colin A. Caryl 16 Natalie (Huesties) Claussen 4 David Crouse 10 Amra L. (High) Custer 8 Christopher James Custer 9 Stacy P. Cyr-Maddigan 6 Jason S. Denney 3 William J. Dixon 8 Ronald Evan Doty 6 Dennis P. Dougherty 7 Wendy S. (Campbell) Dougherty 7 Kimberly A. (Larson) Droppo 8 Daniel Duffin 15 Joan Eppinga Tammy A. Erickson 14 Brent Farka 2 Amy (Nebel) Fernandes 11 Ray Fernandes 5 John F. Ferraro 5 Barbara K. (Moran) Flocke 4 Stacey L. (Stonum) Fott 5 Blaine G. French 7 Julie Geiger 2 Kim Golden 2 Gregory Gores 7 Maria Griffin 10 Ann M. (Martin) Grimm 9 Karrin M. Grutz 16 Soumya Haldar 3 William J. Halstead 2 Eric O. Hanson Susan A. Hart-Anderson 6 Ann N. (Clark) Heringer 10 Michele E. (Gedrose) Hodges 11 Glen Andrew Honig 2 Lisa M. Hordemann 5 Becky Jasper 4 Jennifer A. (Jaggars) Johnson 3 Frances C. Jordan Carole Ann Keane 4 David J. Keller 9 Carrie K. Kelly Erick Kilgren 2 Patrick Kirby 10 Kathleen (Fogarty) Kittilstved 11 Keryn Koentopp Eric Kuester 4 Kathleen J. Kuntz William C. Lapke 5 Patrick Long Jennifer A. Lopez 2 Guy E. Lounsbury 2 Terri L. Luce 7 Rhonda A. (Bodeau) Luiten 7 Maureen A. Lyden 13 Gregory Maddigan 6 Mary McFarland 3 Tamara (Lehman) McGregor 11 Kerstin M. McInnis 11 Karen I. (Elder) Mefford 9 Neil Mefford 9 Mark Millen Eugene J. Miller 5 Andrea J. Mize 8 Gwen Nyberg 8 Sherry L. Oberst Shannon R. O’Dell 10 Kristin M. Omberg 9 Elizabeth A. (Evans) O’Reilly 8 David Osenga 4 Annette M. (VanDyke) Parker 8 Colleen A. Peloquin 3 Rocio C. (Leon) Peralta 9 Heidi Perry 6 Bradley D. Pinney 7 Wanda Gay Quinn 10 Dac K. Randall 16 Philip Ratzer 11 Tami (Jones) Ressa 11 John C. Richardson 4 Julie F. (Picatti) Richardson 4 Ilona Ringler 4 Stephen D. Rossi 5 Claire Ryan Michael Scheel 7 Suzanne J. (Kozlowski) Siekawitch 15 Daniel Skites 2 Joanne Smatlan 5 Kelley (Cunningham) Spink 12 Rodney Standage 12 Nicole A. Stewart 15 Joseph M. Stimatz 15 Dorothy D. Trimble 2 Robert Trivitt 7 Deanna Verret Karen L. Wierenga 2 Jonathan L. Wilson 5 Jeff Witruk 4 Andrew J. Worth 4 Cynthia Sue (Bemis) Worth 5 CLASS OF 1994 James Albus 3 Victoria Anderson Amy K. Bahrman 7 Rich Beaven 2 William Before 2 Christy L. (Holmdahl) Boesel 10 Alice M. Boyle Shepard 9 Carol Ann (Hutfles) Brandner 2 Clark Brekke 5 Jeffrey A. Brown 7 Loriann C. (Zent) Brown 11 Daniel P. Buckley, IV 8 Cheri R. (Soliday) Burnham 6 Matthew J. Byrd 12 Jason Cutts 11 Karen A. Dance Michael J. Doherty 9 Jasha G. Droppo, III 8 Donna L. Duvon 4 Kristi M. Elgas Matthew E. Fahey 5 Brent Fales 3 Marci J. (Anthony) Fankhauser 5 Elizabeth A. (Wood) Fortunato 10 Tiffaney Fox Quintana 8 Ben Francis 8 Sheri Lee Franklin Aida M. Fraser-Hammer 12 Graham Gamache 5 Shannon R. (Brantingham) Garlitz 5 Andrea M. Gass 2 Sharon R. (Ladenburg) Gelbrich 13 Travis R. Gelbrich 13 JoAnn Gibbs 5 Mary Jo C. Gilbert 2 Brian R. Girardot Patrick K. Glynn 11 Michael Goldman 6 Thomasin Hammer 6 Denise E. Hannon Scott Allen Harmer 3 Carol Hartman 7 Michelle R. Havens Lori J. Hays Karen J. Hedtke WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 39 Mike Hogan 12 Gregg Hohman 5 Megan L. Isenhower 16 Theresa M. Kochevar 13 Cheri A. (Brockbank) Krebs 12 Paul Kuntz 8 Madeleine (Brady) Lapke 5 Heather M. (Balakier) Larson 7 Robert D. Larson 7 Marie A. LeJeune-Meyer Mollie Lesh 4 Colleen Letsinger Lynn M. (Arfman) Liedle 9 Stacy E. Liedle 9 Lori A. Long 3 Samantha E. Lowderback 4 Koleen M. (Kapptie) Lumpkin 8 Mary (Hageman) Lutton Angela G. (Hendricks) Martin 4 Christopher Matto 8 Linda (Fiesinger) Matto 8 Candice McHugh 10 Susan M. McMinn Molly Ann McQueen 14 Laurel McRae 6 Anne T. Medhus 3 Lawrence S. Merrifield, Jr. 5 Heather L. (James) Miciak 9 Ryan J. Miciak 7 Christina (Grimm) Milliron 4 Judith Ann Moore 7 Noel Morin 4 Adam C. Munson 11 Mark T. Neupert 5 James F. Novello 5 Christina M. (Elliot) Olstad 9 The Hon. Marie Palachuk 5 Roman Peralta 6 Jay Phillips 4 Tracy Pierce 9 Christopher Pouley 5 Julie N. (Nordeck) Randall 16 Heather B. (Hosford) Rees 14 Jason W. Rees 14 Steven T. Reich Peter M. Rosman 7 Melissa M. Sadler 5 Rachel Salter 3 Kathleen Schroeder-Litvinenko 5 Scott Sevigny 12 Erika E. Soublet 10 Jeffrey T. Sperline Scott Spink 12 Thomas M. Sterling 2 Carolyn P. Stone 12 Jennifer A. (Frei) Sund 9 Frank D. Swoboda 7 Edward Thomas Amy (Botsford) Walker 17 Kristen J. (Petro) Wall 12 Martin J. Wall 11 Todd Weaver 10 Nancy L. (Quackenbush) Wenzel J. Trevor Werttemberger 12 Julie M. (Bryant) Westland 11 Scott Wilburn 40 Kelly C. Winkler-Kelly 16 Barbara A. Wodynski 13 Heather M. (Kampp) Wolff 8 Jason Wolff 9 CLASS OF 1995 Mary F. (Peterson) Actor 12 George Ahrend 2 Douglas Ashbaugh 8 Robert Baker 6 Susan Baran 8 William K. Barquin 12 Judith A. Beck 11 Laronda J. Blanchat Chadwick Bogar 8 Margaret Bruya 2 Jay Buck 4 Jennifer L. Burdett 12 Kendra L. (Mayo) Cameron 5 Michael D. Cameron 4 Debra J. Canaday 8 Thomas Carroll 10 Edward R. Cattey 7 Renee Chernecki Sarah L. Christensen 2 Eric Cline 5 Patrick O. Corr 13 Kathleen A. (Schless) Dacunto 13 Britt-Marie (Bunch) DeForeest 12 Sarah (Logan) Denney 5 Paul Dimodica John Dippold 2 Steve Disbrow Beth A. (Rehaume) Dolezal 2 Karen Dougan 2 Padraic Damien Essex 8 Jason A. Evers 8 Salliejo (Poss) Evers 9 Mary Ellen (Ganley) Ferguson 9 Eric C. Franks 8 Lynnette R. (McLean) Franks 11 Elizabeth M. (Avila) Gaddis 4 Linda Rae Gardner 2 Gregory M. Gath 12 Michelle (Busch) Green 9 Philip Green 9 Robert Hall 3 Eric J. Halvorson 6 Colin J. Hawkes 10 Renee M. (Kelln) Hawkes 10 Cary Heth 6 Charlynn R. Hull 2 Nikki A. Hyer 8 Joel Jasperson 8 Ning Jin 5 Kassi Kain 13 Patricia J. (Reich) Kannberg 5 Brian Kealoha 9 Dave Kinkela Karina M. (Kutcher) Klein 12 Kate E. (Doherty) Knop 5 J. Jesse Kohler 7 Brian Ladenburg 11 Mary E. Lawlor Tracy (Mckinney) Ledgerwood William Lewis 6 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Stacie M. Lewton-Rice 12 Cole Lindemann 2 Colleen Little 7 Ray Lucero 7 Jay K. Maloney 2 Andrew McGuire 6 Elizabeth (Barnum) McIntyre 6 Kathryn Rae McKinley 12 Thomas McLaughlin 11 Michael D. Meighan 6 Rita G. (Reed) Michalak 9 Sherry Ann Morgan James O. Mudd 9 Denise M. (dePinna) Mullins 12 Julie A. (Burghart) Murray James Newman 14 Tracie R. (Traxinger) Oergel 10 Lynn M. Olson 6 Karen A. (Leclezio) Orvik Marlis Pebles 9 Shawn Peroff 9 Julia A. Peyton 7 Jeremy V. Poxleitner 10 Jeffrey A. Price 7 Jennifer K. (Sprute) Proctor 11 John Raekes Julie E. (Ward) Ragsdale 8 Ricardo Raygoza 10 Margaret L. Rice William Richardson 11 Mary L. (Wilkins) Roberts 11 Jeremy Robinson 7 Janette R. Ronquillo 3 Howard A. Ruddell 8 Eric Ryan 13 Roberta Salas 14 Gary Schaaf Andrea R. (Stoneberg) Schenk 12 Heather C. (Roehl) Serres 11 Melinda M. Shortell Erik E. Simshauser 6 Kimberly (Charvet) Skok 5 Shane Devey Smith 6 Charlie Steinmetz 11 Lynn E. (Atwood) Steinmetz 10 Alice A. Stevens 6 Jean-Paul Theriot 11 Raymond Truant 2 Mistee R. (Pitman) Verhulp 3 Sarah Walden James F. Weber 6 Ellen G. Weiser 20 Mark Wenzel Kelly Whalen 2 Bryan P. Whitaker 7 Beth A. (Salzman) Wing 3 CLASS OF 1996 John Allison 6 Fabio Apolito 7 Gerard Ayotte Richard W. Baker 2 Mary K. (Kenny) Balen 6 Melinda K. Baran 5 Jeffery Barison 6 Monica P. Becket 10 Mark E. Bloudek 2 Charles Bolen 2 Elisabeth R. Bollinger 7 Matthew E. Bollinger 2 Charlie Borberg 6 Steven R. Borchers 9 Mary J. Bozman 11 Maureen A. Branstetter 7 Robert Burnett 9 Brian C. Burton 15 Maureen F. (Monahan) Camp 7 Carolyn (Henke) Campbell 8 Kathryn M. Canfield-Davis 9 Joann G. Caputo 6 Darlene (Barrier) Caruso 4 Margaret Clemons Casey E. Cleveland Michelle T. Cobb 4 Zachery D. Collins 7 Brandy (Anderson) Conner 7 Michael Costello 13 Amanda J. (Allen) Cote 5 Daniel E. Cronen 6 Rachel Cummins 7 Jennifer A. Curran 12 Joneil M. Custodio 4 Kristin Davis 12 Jon Deffenbacher 5 Vincent A. Dice Rodney F. Dick 2 Ryan E. Dickey 12 Kelli Dilks 4 Elizabeth C. Dorsey-Bollinger 2 Colleen (Meyer) Downey 11 Mary S. Duff 2 Daniel Edwards 4 Kathy Edwards 6 Peggy Estey 5 Timothy Fearnside 5 Teresa R. Fiegl 8 Raymond J. Field 6 Diane L. Frank 6 Nicole M. (Kavon) Frye 8 Jill Gotzian Roger J. Gunderson 2 Sujin Han 3 Trevor Harang 5 Gretchen Herbison 7 Rose Higgins 22 Holly Hoff 9 Toni M. Hood 3 Sheri (Loranger) Houck 11 David P. Huberty 7 Susan Hunt 4 Patrick M. Irwin Greg C. Johnson 2 Jerry Johnson Brian T. Jones 8 Daniel L. Jones 9 Joel Judy 10 Janet R. Katz 3 Cheryl Kintner Peter Kitts Renee A. Larsen 7 Joseph F. Laubach 13 Karen (Rowland) Leinen 9 Melissa Lowdon 4 Sherri A. (O’Neil) Lynch 12 Carolyn M. (Chey) Manhart 5 Chaela (McKelvey) Manning 6 Matt Marshall 3 Heidi Masterson Colleen M. Mazurek-McCowan 4 Leah M. McFarland 5 Marie Meserve 2 Christopher M. Miller 11 Tracy (Ralphs) Mintz 5 Kristen Montieth 2 Dean T. Moorehouse 10 Scott Morgan 4 Sara (Shanks) Munro 3 Kevin J. Murphy 12 Jonathan Neill 4 Victoria Nelson Claudia M. Nunez-Morgan 5 Chad T. Orebaugh 3 Tyler J. Oxley 3 Marty Parola 9 Tammie L. (Williams) Perreault 12 Frederick Petersen 4 Susan Pitchford 3 “IT WAS AN HONOR RECEIVING THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION SCHOLARSHIP.” — MARK STEEVES (’98) Daniel E. Price 8 Matthew G. Prindiville 4 Megan A. (Gallagher) Prindiville 4 Margaret Ransom 4 Karin E. (Galbraith) Ray 12 Holly Rockwell-Irwin Barbra (Anderson) Ryan 8 Sydney C. Sambrano 6 Loanne E. Sankari 4 Kevin J. Schultz 11 Jenny (Giampietri) Scott 9 Jody (Copeland) Shanbour 3 Samantha E. Shifflett 7 Pamela S. Skites 2 Gavin W. Skok 5 Scott A. Snider 8 David Sonntag 12 Kristin Souers 3 Maureen Spinetta 2 Cara M. (Clark) Spink 8 Tomson Spink 8 Tyrone M. Stammers 3 Laura A. Stanfield 13 Mary Ellen (McGuire) Stephens 8 Robert J. Stephens 9 David Stimac 5 Amy M. Stover 7 Mary L. Sulgrove Kate Szurek 4 Mary Tatko 12 Pamela Taylor 3 Timothy C. Thomas 2 Kimberly Tufts 2 Edna C. Vallecillo Garcia 2 Patrick Van Inwegen 14 Victoria Van Inwegen 14 Meghan Walsh 6 Michelle Ward-Morlan 4 Michael Warner 11 Deborah Weber 12 Christopher Wood 3 Todd E. Wood 8 Timothy J. Woods 7 Darren R. Wurzer 3 Randall J. Wyrobek 12 Dannielle S. (Haraldson) Zehner 5 Eli Zehner 4 CLASS OF 1997 Christopher Aleshire 13 Debbie Almquist Ivy Anderson 5 Lee Bailey 2 Jennifer S. Baker Robert W. Balen 6 Shauna (Osborn) Barison 7 Christopher J. Barnett 7 Cindy S. Benson 12 Annie Bovone 5 Sandra A. Boyd 5 Chase W. Breckner 14 Kristen M. Brown Juliana T. (Kendall) Burnett 9 Blaze Burnham 6 Jeffrey S. Busch 6 Nathaniel Clinton 12 Joel R. Comfort 6 Eileen M. Conn 7 Marisa M. Connell 12 John O. Cooney 6 Susan Crandall-Tobey 2 Kimberly J. Cronen 11 Matt Crotty 7 Reagan P. Cunningham 10 Linda L. Curtis 8 Drew Dannels 12 Camille M. (Turner) De Marco 6 Marie L. (St. Laurent) Dickey 12 Karen Durkin 2 Liberty Ebright 6 Janet Elder Mary Ely 5 Erin M. (Meeks) Erickson 2 George Erickson 7 Jacqueline M. (Flynn) Fearnside 5 John M. Finn 6 Sascha T. (Elloy) Flanigan 7 Shaun P. Flanigan 7 Deborah J. Freeman 3 Andreana (Iccabazzi) Gamache 3 Mary Gaston Wade Gelhausen 5 Joel Graff 10 Leah M. Graff 10 Catherine E. HannityCunningham 12 Martin Hart 3 Timothy Hays 4 Joe Hendrickson 2 Marjorie (McCanta) High 8 Paul D. Hill 10 Nancy L. Hobbs 4 John R. Honsky 5 Amy Hulten 2 Linda Hunt 2 Sara (Rohrback) Hunt 6 Marianne Z. Iksic 3 Stephanie F. James John E. Johnston 11 Joshua A. Kaiel 4 Christina J. (Murrell) Kammerer 4 Rebekah J. Kaufman 9 Doreen (Locher) Keller 8 Michael J. Kittilstved 11 Angela (Mink) Korver 6 Joshua Korver 6 Heather N. (Peterson) Langley 3 Denis Langlois Martin R. Ledgerwood 3 Ellen Lorenz David Lott 7 Dana (Sells) Love 9 Julia Mangan 2 Douglas Manning 9 Christopher McCarthy 10 Robbin R. McCrum Leslie Miller 3 Timothy Morin 12 Kara M. Moss 13 Ryan D. Mullarky 8 Amy Nakashima Matthew D. Nelson 2 John M. Nemeth 11 Keyonyu X. (Smith) Oâ€™Connell 8 Jeff Olson Joe Poss 13 Matthew A. Pyhala 2 David T. Quigg 6 Carol Lynn (Wolfe) Rison 11 Marnie (Gerding) Rorholm 9 Cara (Cunningham) Saxwold 5 Colleen A. Shannon 2 Marc Shea 6 Tommy K. Sinai Dori Sonntag 12 Angela Splater 14 Brant L. Stevens 4 Gordon R. Stoa 7 George E. Telquist Nancy A. Thompson Dr. Peter Tormey 16 Mark Van Loan 5 Roy Weasel Fat Carie Schwede Weeks 9 Jenny M. (Verzani) Wilcynski 7 Robin Wood 5 CLASS OF 1998 Kathleen Abbott 3 Theresa M. (Feulner) Anderson 5 Daniel R. Baker 4 Alison (Chambers) Bodor 6 Stephanie Bonanzino 9 Paul G. Boyd 3 Chelsea C. Bushnell-Olmos 5 Garrett T. Call 12 Matthew P. Call 8 Melissa K. Chilson 10 April Collett 3 Derek D. Crick 3 Sean Dannen 6 Joe L. Day 4 Sara M. (Sutherland) Dean 3 Heidi K. Deffenbacher 8 Monica (Aguiar) Denison 8 Sonja S. Devaney 12 Christopher J. Dorrington 5 Annie M. (Stoeger) Edwards 5 Christopher A. Edwards 5 Katrina Freeburg 9 Charlotte Graham 4 Erin M. (Wong) Green 12 Christopher Grothkopp 3 Carol (Caletti) Gurunathan 8 Carl R. Hansen 5 Tricia K. Hart Morgan J. (Hostetter) Hatcher 6 Kenneth J. Hydzik 7 Amy M. Jordens 12 Craig Kilgore 2 Anita Kotik 11 Jill A. (Espy) Krueger 8 Stipan Kutlesa 3 Douglas J. Larson 5 Ruth Lauersen 2 Jeremy Lee C. Russell Lewis 3 Steven P. Lodzinski 9 Matthew B. Martin 7 Traci A. (Thiemann) Martin 7 Matthew V. McCarty 6 Timothy J. McGuire 4 Mark K. McIff 2 Pamela S. McKinzie 7 M. Theresa (Solis) Metz 12 Gregory S. Miller 6 Robert B. Milligan Danielle H. Mudd Shawna D. (Guthrie) Peterson 4 Emily A. Posedel 8 Jody K. (Kuiper) Reich Anna L. Rolando 3 Janet H. Rudnick 12 Avelino Santa Ana 4 Christine Scagliotti 7 Jamie L. Schaefer 3 Paula M. Schmitz 12 Patrick M. Schoshinski Deana M. (Ingram) Schuler 3 Sheri L. (Perko) Scott 3 David M. Seigfried 2 Patricia (Watson) Shelley 5 David L. Shumaker Daniel A. Sjolund 7 Julia M. (Reitcheck) Smock 6 Mark T. Steeves 3 Tatjana Stojak Lisa Jeanne Sunderman 4 Jeremy L. Thomas 11 Laurie (Platter) Thomsen 5 Laura L. (Norris) Toeckes 9 Eileen M. Twomey 9 Jaime D. Vache 2 Kevin L. Van Vleet 7 Mark R. Vatuone 6 Ryan E. Verhulp 3 Lisa (Barsanti) Wade 8 Austin P. Walsh 7 Nancy K. Wilimek 13 Brigette (Livaudais) Yates 6 Jeremy P. Yates 6 Jennifer Ziolko 10 CLASS OF 1999 Joelle B. Abi Jaber-Jackson 7 Kristy L. Alldredge-Bartlett 11 Karen S. Allen Ann O. Alokolaro 3 Derek Ames 9 Susan K. (Timm) Ames 10 Scott M. Asan Chi L. Ashbaugh 5 Donna M. Bach 11 Helen F. Bakker 3 Sarah A. (Smith) Bartel 3 Jonathan W. Bauter 5 Steven M. Bennett 7 Kathleen J. Blair 2 Elizabeth I. (Hicks) Boileau 9 Heather M. Brett 5 Alicia E. (Sandoval) Brewer 6 Katy J. Bruya 12 William A. Buckholdt, III 2 Madelyn S. Bumanglag 2 Michele D. (Tran) Burke 3 Marilyn K. Byers Richard T. Carpenter 3 Carol A. Caspillo Courtney A. Coe 5 Lewis D. Cooney 5 Rachelle Coy 3 Jason J. Dâ€™Ambrosio 5 Richard A. Davey, Jr. 3 Annette Davis 19 Nicole E. Davis Michael J. Dolmage 6 Melissa J. Eberle David Farrell 3 Jessica A. (Stephano) Farrell 4 Brenden M. Feist 4 Marites D. Fiesta 11 Sandra Forsman 4 Christopher D. Frye 9 Mike Gamache 5 Scott D. Gambill 5 Angela (Fish) Geiss 4 Eric A. Gerst 4 James S. Gibson 11 Kirby Green 2 Michael R. Green 6 Stacy L. Harrington Robert W. Hawley 4 Amy N. (Jensen) Hawthorne 5 Jason R. Hawthorne 5 Lynda C. Hayashi Jennifer Henderson 7 Christopher W. Herzog 3 Alex Hassen Himour Janelle L. (Watts) Hizzey 4 Mercedes M. (Barsotti) Hjorth 4 Peter J. Hjorth 5 Lynn P. Hogan 6 Beth Hoss 10 Nicole L. (Huie) Hydzik 4 Jason D. Innes 6 Kari (Rognier) Innes 6 Leanne F. Johns 6 William Johnson 9 Danielle R. (Dey) Johnston 11 Paul J. Kelley 9 Patrick Klein Jim LaPointe 6 Christopher LaRochelle 2 Gemi L. Larsen Alicia (de Artola) Latham 2 Christopher A. Lees Michelle L. (Roy) Leff 6 Marycate Lumpp 5 Stephanie C. (Blum) Magill 2 Lisa J. Mason 7 Kim L. (Knight) Mathis 10 Elizabeth M. Monn 3 Charles M. Moore 11 David J. Mullen 6 Jerod T. Murata 2 Mary C. Murphy 8 Michelle Nemeth 3 Kathryn M. Nowak 8 Vicki L. Olson 5 Emily P. Orozco Benjamin T. Peterson 4 Marie (Bowker) Phillips 6 Juli M. Pierce 8 Gaylene P. Popp 3 Sarah H. (Gregg) Powell 9 Thomas W. Price 7 Abraham J. Ritter 6 Alicia J. Ruckwardt 3 Meghan E. Ryall 8 Eric James Sachtjen 7 Joseph A. Scarano Rochelle Schultz 11 Jeff D. Sebenik 8 Stephanie Serventi 12 Cody M. Smith 8 Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing. We would appreciate you alerting us to any errors or omissions. Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381, 800.463.6925 or firstname.lastname@example.org. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 41 Amy L. Sperline Shannon B. (Stanford) Strahl 7 Veronica Sutton 5 Shawn P. Taylor 4 Anne M. (Clear) Teerink 5 Kyndrin M. (Rowse) Tenny 3 David A. Thiebes 5 Don Thomas 10 Peter O. Tuenge 10 Jennifer C. (Rappe) Van Vleet 10 Christopher Varallo Lillian Y. Wadahara Laura M. Wagner 8 Paul M. Williams 3 Tyler K. Williamson 6 Angela K. (Daniel) Wood 4 Amy N. (Welsch) Young 12 Shelly J. Zehnder 2 CLASS OF 2000 – 10th Reunion Kevin T. Andres 11 Kristofer Angle 5 Gina M. Ardiana 2 Kimberly K. Ariola-Suskisaki 3 Jim Barry 8 Ryan M. Beaudoin Julia E. Bergner 4 Matthew M. Blasdel 8 Timothy F. Bow 5 Laura Boysen-Aragon 10 Lon Brown 9 Jack E. Bucknell Karen A. Caillat 8 Paula J. (Fortier) Campion 11 Stacey N. Chatman 8 Corey T. Christensen 4 James L. Collier 2 Joshua R. Comfort 6 Cori M. Cook 2 Larry Cravens 2 Dominic DeCaro 8 Susan (Behnke) Dunfield 8 Todd Dunfield 8 Anna M. Eckhart Tennille J. Elloy Florence M. (Mayes) Fernandez Alinna L. Figueroa 5 Christopher T. Fiori 5 Margaret S. Flumo Georgia Gauron 8 Barbara Giem 17 Jeffrey M. Gregory Brendan J. Haddock 6 Bradley J. Haines 3 Joni K. (Knopik) Hardy 5 Robin Lynn Haynes 6 Susan L. Hedley Wendi Ann Helmick 6 Timothy W. Henderson 3 Michael F. Higgins 5 Ian G. Hizzey 4 Kristyn M. Ho 9 Pamela S. Howland 5 Camisha M. (Pauli) Hughbanks 9 Robert Allen Jackson Lisa A. (Wasinger) Johnson 10 42 Jessica J. Kelley 5 Kelly D. Kolb 3 Matthew L. Kopp 5 Philip A. Kornachuk 9 Ryan D. Lee 2 Daniel G. Lloyd 7 Rachel M. Lopez 7 Daniel D. Lorello, Jr. Barbara M. Loste 6 Elizabeth R. McGowan Aaron P. McMurray Melissa Migliuri 5 Glen R. Miller 2 Thomas P. Moran 5 Joel A. Morgan 6 Lindsey R. Morse 5 Sean M. Mulholland 6 Teresa (Specht) Mulholland 6 Ursula C. (Kortuem) Mullen 6 Susan L. Munk 3 Nancy Nadolski 2 Michael B. Nilson 3 Dawn M. Ogrodny Rian Oliver 8 Wes D. Oliver 8 Michael W. Pace 3 Herbert C. Portillo 4 Benjamin Powell 6 Erin C. (Fitzpatrick) Price 3 Chris Richard 10 Jill E. (Phillips) Richard 10 Rikki E. (Opheikens) Roden 6 Kim Rogers 2 Sondra K. Ruckwardt 10 Emily R. (Hubbert) Schlettert 10 Caryn M. Sears 5 Frances E. Simonet 2 Elizabeth A. Sjolund 3 Michael A. Smith 5 Steven E. Smith, Jr. 6 Anthony R. Splater 8 Andrew B. Steiner Jennifer L. Strutzel 9 Catherine A. Taylor 7 Samuel M. Tenny 3 Theodore D. Teske 3 Jesse A. Thomsen 4 Katheryn J. (Fanning) Walker 2 Steven P. Wee 7 Teri J. Wiese 2 Marie L. Wyffels 2 CLASS OF 2001 Sulochana (Hatcher) Abeid 4 Eddie Ambriz 5 Meghan S. Anderson 7 Jacob-Lee W. Baker 7 Stacy A. Bjordahl 6 Eileen A. Bow 5 Theresa M. Boyer 8 Casey J. Brischle 4 Paul Brown 6 Lisa M. Burke 4 David E. Campion 4 Kathleen Carpenter 6 Andrew R. Cooper 5 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Claudia J. Davis 10 Sandra L. Dehle 8 Clifford P. Duke Damian P. FitzRoy 7 Sheri K. Fitzthum 2 Catherine Frankel 3 Mckenzie S. Freer 3 Jessica R. Fuentes Daniel J. Galligan 10 Kyndra Gamache 4 Jeanne Givens Bill Gollhofer Shannon Leigh Green 8 Shauntele Gross Harold Hakes 7 Jim R. Harris 7 David T. Hayes Valerie P. Heerema Anna M. (Stogsdill) Henderson 2 Chelsea A. Herron 3 Jared W. Hertz 9 Kara M. (Svennungsen) Hertz 6 Aaron D. Hill 7 Donavon Hodgson Nathan Jeffries 6 Cynthia A. John 8 Alicia (Gilb) Johnson 4 Mark E. Johnson 6 Jason Kennedy 6 Nicholas R. Knapton 9 Tana D. Kornachuk 6 Michael Kovis 2 Travis S. Lamb 8 Karen LaPointe 14 Justin B. Lee 4 Jeffrey Lliteras 4 Andrew Lockwood 6 Kathryn (Harris) Lockwood 6 Victoria G. (Olson) Lord 9 Megan M. Marshall Kyle McCoy 2 Casey J. McNellis 7 Gary R. McSwain 2 Tim J. Melia Tena J. Merkel Baker 7 John T. Miller Edward E. Mitchell 2 Darlene R. Mitchell-Cowdery 8 Jon Morris 4 Jan Moseley 6 Brian D. Mullen 2 Megan K. Murphy 3 Rhiannon L. (Fabian) Nilson 3 Scott O’Brien 7 Christopher O’Neil 6 Jason S. Pankow 4 Elizabeth A. Peters Melody Peters 9 Scott R. Peters Sherri L. Peterson 3 Jennifer R. Porto 6 Stephanie N. Quinlan 7 Amy S. (Crismon) Rainis 5 Ronald R. Rector 8 Abraham L. Rocha 3 Mac Ryerse 7 Ramona M. Sanderson-Burglin 8 Barrett Jonas Scudder 7 Christine M. Simon Jonathan Skirko, MD 2 Anthony A. Smith 5 Joseph P. Smith 5 Robert L. Sokol 2 Joseph T. Souther 4 Kellie A. (Berube) Spratlen 5 Andrew B. Strutzel 9 Michelle M. (Smith) Thomsen 3 Vicki M. (Ibasco) Tiffany 3 James R. Tinker 3 Veronica L. Valdez 8 Andrea (Soth) Vandehey 5 Geana M. Van Dessel 2 Tyson C. von Guenthner 5 Ryan G. Wade 9 Theresa M. Wessels 3 Holly M. Winter Duke Frances J. Wong 3 Judy S. Wood 7 Michael Yates 3 CLASS OF 2002 Mellad Abeid 4 David F. Abshere Nathan W. Bartel 2 Shonna Bartlett 5 Tony Bonanzino 15 Jennifer (Belyeu) Brayko 5 Edward J. Bruya 5 John Andres Cadwell, Jr. 3 Sara MacMillan Cantrick Kyra Cardella Dominic R. Chambers Nancy M. Chase 3 Joseph I. Collier 2 Christine (Taylor) Coduti 3 Jaclyn T. Corona 2 S. Gail (McCann) Dede 3 Holly E. Devereux Kathleen Dolezal 2 Maureen A. Duclos 2 Stephanie Kathleen Glassburn 3 Deanna L. Gregory Erin M. Hamor 4 Megan (Sandberg) Hazel 2 Nick Hazel 4 Ryan Hendricks 4 Jose M. Hernandez Siri A. (Fischer) Herzog 3 Mark S. Hewitt 2 Wesley A. Higo Daniel L. Hulsizer 2 Margot K. Jackson Sean D. Jackson Ryan G. Jacobson 5 Michael J. Kapaun 2 Elizabeth R. Keaney 6 Jessica A. King 5 Ryan Kuss 4 Dennis Lanphier Hilary A. Lott Matthew J. Malinowski 7 William M. Mast 4 Brady C. McDonald 5 Barbara McGann 8 Patrick M. Molvik 2 Tyley R. Nelson Regina M. Ord 4 Walter Parker 2 Krissy (Wood) Peck 5 Brian Pelatt 3 Kristine M. (Engel) Pelatt 2 Gail A. Peterson 2 Susan M. Pfeifer Christene Olive Poeller Nicholas Joseph Pontarolo 3 Mario E. Puccinelli 4 Mark A. Puetz 2 Jennifer Pursley 8 Lois Quinn 10 Samuel J. Reed 4 Raymond F. Reyes 10 Nicholas Richard 2 Cerra V. Sand 4 Megan N. (Gish) Sarvela Mark S. Schwarz Philip Peter Schweiger Julia (Ruiz) Selfridge 5 Mary E. (Gossett) Shaw Brian C. Shea 2 Erica R. (Heinz) Shea 2 Katherine Sherrick 21 Belinda A. Stadtmueller Ira G. Stroh Elizabeth A. Super 2 Lesli Swanson 5 Megan Taylor 4 Jay R. Thacker Aaron P. Theisen 4 Brent J. Thibault 2 Rondi Jo Thorp 3 Joseph B. Tichy 4 Neil Tocher 6 David E. Turplesmith 2 Barbara (Nuess) Twohig 8 Rita A. Waldref 4 William D. Weeks Janet K. Whitney 3 Paul Wolfe 5 Stanford Wyatt, III 3 CLASS OF 2003 Scott V. Alcorn 3 Shannon Badgett 3 Ryan F. Baker 2 Garrett Barker 5 Mark A. Beattie 2 Nina M. Beegle Michael A. Bjordahl 10 Sean P. Boutz 6 Josh M. Bowland Matthew R. Brayko 4 Mark Bridenstine 3 Linda J. Bridger 2 Christine M. (Hertz) Brischle 4 Dana S. Broderson 3 Nicole M. Brodie Dorene E. Brown Stephanie Ann Brown 6 Spencer T. Abel Joanna Ames Paul B. Ash Katherine L. Atkins William Ayala, III Brian and Jodi Babb Connor Barry Emily L. Bartelheimer Patricia Battles Rowena M. Beaudry Felix A. Benavente Michael E. Bestrom Douglas G. Bielemeier Keith and Kimberly (Bunkers) Brewer Jeffrey C. Brown Brendan and Tracy Burke Kathryn B. Codd David Colman James L. Cooney Eric C. Dahl Jacki M. Davis Dominic S. N. and Denise DeCaro Patrick T. Dessert Lauren Dolezal Dustin Duvanich Sharon C. Eng Whitney Engle Christopher Ercoli Danny P. Evans Benjamin S. Folger Chase J. Frei Julie A. Frye Daniel J. Galligan Jamie M. Geis Scott L. Graddy Alison M. Guzenski Beau Harer Joshua and Michelle Herrin Jared and Kara (Svennungsen) Hertz Jean A. Higgins Nathaniel L. Higgins Jana Holcombe Christopher and Camisha (Pauli) Hughbanks Lauren T. Huizinga Spencer W. Hutchins Michael and Heather (Hertz) Jackson Patrick and Marie (Gibbons) Johansing Elizabeth R. Keaney Jason Kennedy Zakary A. Kessler Jeffrey Kiely Jason D. Koch Andrew S. Koehnke Brent K. Kunkel Frederick B. Kurtz Kristen D. Lee Cole and Jamie (Crawford) Lindemann Patrick W. Lloid David and Jennifer (Palmer) Loran Daniel and Victoria (Olson) Lord Raymond S. Loyola Tiffany A. Malcom Matthew J. Malinowski Dana E. Mannino Erin Mansfield Holly N. Marko Brendan McCarthy Scott McCoy Matthew McNeal Casey and Sara (Larson) McNellis Melissa McPartland Brian and Sarah (Hawkins) Michaelson Ann-Marie C. Miranda Jeremy and Courtney (Coughlin) Misterek Robert Mix Dawn Katherine Morgan Bryan M. Nagid William T. Nash David J. Nelson Bailee H. Neyland Breah R. Niemiec Warren J. North Scott O’Brien Michael Ortman Blair Ostrem Erica Overfield Stefanie (Ramires) and Jordan Page Jason Pankow and Shaundar Bradbury Regina Paolucci Kristen Paul Jess M. Peterson Thomas and Erin (Fitzpatrick) Price Aliya Jo Quidwai Michael Rafferty Krista K. Rammelsberg Samuel and Shelby (Ratto) Reed Keith C. Riddle Jeffrey Rigby Pedro and Linda (Narquis) Romo Christopher Ruckel Christopher M. Rutledge Joshua M. Scott Richard S. Seger, III Dana Skoog Drew Smith Michael D. Smoot Ryan M. Stanbery Mark and Isabell (Ballou) Stoltz Brian and Lacie Thompson Joshua D. Truax Blake Underriner Markus K. Weickenmeier Charles and Carlene (Bobbe) Wells Matthew Wernette Megan L. (Schaffner) Westbrook Christopher and Michelle (Nilsen) Wheatley Nathan Wilson Evan C. Withrow Jamie Wopschall Lauren E. Wyckoff Brendan Burke 5 Claire E. Burwash 5 Heather M. Bybee Jillian R. Cadwell Heather M. Carlson 3 Ginger C. Carpenter 2 Katherine Ann Cashman 6 Margaret Sullivan Chambers 2 Sara S. Chin Jacinta Elena (Caballero) Connall 8 Vicki Craigen 7 Roger J. Cramer 8 Timothy G. Curtis 6 Erin C. Doherty Gregory Francis Dorrington 6 Jessica Beran Dorrington 6 Ryan Oliver Erickson 5 Clifford N. Evans Danny P. Evans 4 Megan (Jagelski) Ewens 5 Phillip J. Fassieux 2 David M. Fineran 5 Elizabeth B. Fineran 4 Jennifer M. Forsman 2 David R. Foster 3 Julie A. Frye 2 Jennifer (Byrd) Gallagher 6 Julianne R. Gehlen 5 Brieanne S. Gershick 2 Heather Gores 6 Lauren M. Grant 4 Adam Y. Grisanti 3 Joshua S. Gutzwiler Susan Hales 8 Vonda R. Hall Reid W. Hay 2 Joshua J. Herrin 7 Samuel Hess 5 Haylie E. Hewitt 3 Jennifer A. Holstein 4 Anne M. Suminski Holt 4 David A. Holt 5 Marissa K. Hood Nathaniel Hopper 5 Bradley J. Hughes 7 Hana E. Hughson 3 Heather N. Jackson 3 Michael J. Jackson 3 James A. Jarosz 5 Janet M. Jenkins David M. Johnson 4 LaVonne L. Johnson 2 Aimee N. Jones 5 Tana Marie (Small) Joslin 7 Mikaela C. (Plattes) Keck 2 Natalie C. Keller 3 Stuart J. Kerber 4 Tammy R. Koelsch Raquel M. (Avila) Leal 4 Sarah M. Lenneman 5 Lindsay Jill Leonetti 2 Timothy M. Lewis 2 Travis J. Losee 3 Raymond Loyola 7 Lisa A. Malpass Childress 3 Amie M. Manos Kiesha A. Marusa 7 Michael P. McCarthy 5 Megan Marie McDermott 3 Ian C. McDonald Mary Katherine McNair 4 Sara E. McNellis 3 Kammi L. Mencke Smith 6 Keith A. Michels 5 Lindsey Anne Miller 5 Paula M. (Link) Miller 2 Theresa M. Miller 8 Courtney E. (Coughlin) Misterek 5 Genevieve (Mann) Morris 2 Marvin Nelson 9 Breah Niemiec 3 Charles F. O’Brien 8 Patrick D. O’Brien 3 Gina Paolucci 7 Jason R. Pellegrini 2 Eileen C. Peth 5 Jonathan W. Pool 3 Sandra S. Puckett David Robinson 4 Larissa Robinson 5 Christina M. Rooney 5 Kurt Rowland 6 Jennifer Sachtjen 6 Michael J. Scarpelli 6 Christopher P. Schlueter 4 Kimberly Ann Sheehy 7 Dr. Brian Shute Andie (Hanson) Slonecker 5 Peter M. Sterk 3 Bell (Ballou) Stoltz 2 Mark D. Stoltz 5 Brady L. Strahl 8 Nathaniel I. Sukolsky Brooke E. Sullivan 4 Matthew J. Sullivan 3 Stacey M. Taam 3 Jennifer (Steichen) Tapia 7 Joseph M. Tardiff Matthew Teske 5 Brian J. Thompson 6 Michael B. Tilford 7 Elizabeth A. (Barry) Tindall 5 Pam J. Travis 2 Brian P. VandenDries Catherine M. Wainio 2 David M. Wakeman 3 Carlene E. (Bobbe) Wells 7 Charles S. Wells 4 Megan L. Westbrook 7 Kenon Willis 4 Melissa Wood 4 Erin R. (Barrett) Yount 4 Jennifer L. Zelko-Schlueter 5 Joshua R. Zender Molly Helen Ziegler 5 David D. Anthony 4 Matthew J. Ashton 2 Kelly (Morisoli) Axt 3 Tiffany L. Barber 5 Jonathan P. Beade, II 2 Brian M. Bradford 3 Jennifer Bredeson 5 Keith W. Brewer 4 Janice Brodeur Danielle C. Cendejas 3 James L. Cooney 7 Peter M. Cushman Patrick E. D’Ambrosio 5 Patrick T. Dessert 5 Kathleen M. DeWilde 6 Leila R. Dompier Kelly M. Drew 4 Kimberly Erickson 4 Thomas D. Fagnant 2 Anni L. Foster 3 Jennifer M. Garnett 4 Carlahn M. Gayda Nick P. Gerrone Lindsay D. Gilbert 4 Brenda L. Gilbertz Allison S. (Tuszynski) Gillis 4 Keith R. Granberry Jenn Gray 5 YOUNG ALUMNI PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL Gonzaga’s distinguished leadership giving society for graduates of the last ten years. CLASS OF 2004 Shelley A. Ajax 3 Brian T. Anderson Thank you for your generous gifts made between June 1, 2009, and May 31, 2010. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 43 Harold K. Grover 3 Courtney Haase 6 Kendra L. Haberkorn Laura D. Hahn 2 John B. Harer 2 Benjamin R. Harmeling 3 Dennis Harrington 8 Clifford L. Hill John C. Holley 2 David Ito 4 Randall L. Johanson 5 Ryan M. Judah 2 Tracy Keniston 4 Vickie M. Kennedy 2 Jeffrey Kiely 6 Brian N. Klos 6 Cathleen M. Knutson 5 Richard W. Koelsch Don Kopczynski 4 Nicholas D. Kovarik Brooke C. Kuhl 4 Anna Marie Lampson 7 Michael T. Lauber 2 Rudolph Lauth 3 Jamie L. (Crawford) Lindemann 2 Sara B. Linnertz 5 Joanna Little 2 Lois Locey 3 Megan K. Marson 4 Gonzalo Martinez 2 Cherita McFrazier 5 Kevin J. McKenna 4 Angela McNutt 5 Kevin C. Meihaus 3 Brian Michaelson 5 Evan R. Miller 3 Daniel P. Morris Monica T. 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Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381, 800.463.6925 or firstname.lastname@example.org. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 49 Merry Medvec 2 Rajan and Kusum Mehndiratta Timothy and Sharon Mehrtens Michael and Joely Meighan 6 Craig and Susan Melder Jay and Dolores Mendiola 2 Thomas and Catherine Mentele 2 Charles and Elizabeth Merryman Robert Meyer Robert and Karen Micheletti 21 Michael and Sharon Michener 2 Marc and Anita Mikasa Edward Milkovich Donald Miller and Susan MitchellMiller 4 Gregory and Erin Miller 3 John and Jami Miller 3 Kevin and Tifani Miller Marty and Cathy Miller 3 Michael and Sandra Miller Richard and Susan Miller 8 William and Marcie Miller Marc Mills and Vicki Kerbaugh-Mills Nikos and Rebecca Mills Sam and Vickie Mills 2 Brano and Zelika Milovanovic Kevin and Brenda Miner Marianne Mingione Stacy A. 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Stenstrom 12 Mark Stenwall James and Anne Stephens 2 John and Susan Stephenson 2 Gordon and Linda Stevens 2 Mark and Pamela Stevens 2 John and LaVern Stevenson 5 Jerry and Mary Stewart 10 Patrick and Anna Stewart 5 Nicholas and Cynthia Stiso 3 Dale and Dona Storro 2 Paul and Shirley Storwick 11 Zachary and Vasiliki Stoumbos 4 Allen and Janet Stover 3 Mark and Shelia Strain 2 Timothy Strand and Eileen Collopy Scott and Nancy Stratton 3 Jaroslav Strba and Katarina StrbaCecova 2 Mark and Kathy Stumbaugh 4 Keith and Corine Sturdivant 3 Kirk and Lynda Sulenes 4 James and Lisa Sutterman 3 William Sutton and Cindra Soares 2 Gerald and Sonja Swanson Pat and Mary Swanson James Swingley 2 Lester and Margaret Szelagowski Will Szotkowski and Martha Carley Timothy and Linda Szymanowski 2 Morey and Mary Tabatabai 3 Robert and Anita Tabb Todd Miller and Yvonne Tackoor Ross and Noella Takahashi 4 Peter and Bliss Talbott Colleen Talkington 3 David and Joan Tanonis 3 John and Bridget Tarzwell 2 Graham and Julie Tash David and Heidi Tate David and Siobhan Taylor John and Suzanne Taylor Kathleen Taylor 2 Alfred and Debbie Teal Matthew and Elizabeth Teichmann Alan and Christine Telford 2 Willbann and Virginia Terpening 11 David and Diane Terrien Robert and Lorraine Thalman 4 Gary and Linda Tharp 5 Edward and Lynn Thenell 2 Joanne Theobald Gregory and Alice Thibault 6 Mark and Elizabeth Thies Thomas and Ann Thomas 2 Charles and Cindy Thompson 5 Darryl and Bridget Thompson Donald and Donna Thompson 2 J. Pat and Lori Thompson 3 Mitchell and Karen Thompson Timothy and Mary Kay Thompson 8 John and Janet Thonssen Mary K. Tiernan Leslie and Jane Tiffany 2 Dr. Diane (Ballard) Timberlake and Todd Timberlake 25 Kelly and Sherri Timm Thomas and Elisabeth Tinor 2 Curtis and Diane Togami 3 William and Mercedes Tokorcheck Steffan and Carol Tolles 3 Daniel and Jeanne Tomascheski 7 James and Kathleen Toomey William Topalian and Julie Oswald 3 Mark Tovey Joe and Mary Townley 2 Scott and Pam Travis 2 Thomas and Kathleen Trotta 3 Bill and Barbara Trudeau 15 James and Maryilyn Tsolomitis 2 Francisco Tumpap Paul and Rebecca Turpen 4 Mark and Susan Uhlman 2 Helen Ulloa Richard and Mary Ulring 26 Jaki Upton 2 Angel and Alta Urcaregui Scott and Aileen Valentino Carol Vallely 3 Rodney and Catherine Van Alyne 3 Gloria Vance William and Rita Van Cleve 4 Ted and Sue Van de Mortel William and Phoebe Vanderboom 3 William and Janet Vandersloot 2 Pierre and Betsy Van Der Sluys Anthony and Paula Van Houdt Joel and Michelle Van Lith Steven and Patricia Vanni 2 Thomas and Marla Vasilatos Gab Velazquez and Xochitl Hurtado Filiberto and Maria Vergara 3 Xavier and Verna Verspieren Anthony and Jeanne Via 2 Peter and Mary Vial 3 Mark and Maureen Vierengel 3 Elizabeth Villanueva 2 Brian and Shannon Vincent William and Brenda Vinnicombe Judson and Mary Virden Jason and Carol Viydo 2 Dimitri and Sheila Vlahosotiros Mark and Mary Volcheff 2 Peter Voss and Ana Maria Maldondo Robert and Wendy Wadas 2 Hank and Cathy Wagemans 4 George and Roberta Waiss Terrence Waitrovich and Mary Faupel 2 Karl and Elena Walder William Waldo and Veronica Dowling Kirk and Diane Waldron Edward Walker and Stephanie Read 2 Velvet Walker Deborah Wallin 2 Thomas and Johanna Walsh Jacob and Ruth Walter John and Pamela Waltner Daniel and Tamara Wanamaker Matt and Leslie Wangler Anne E. Ward 3 Lawrence and Velma Warren 3 Tom and Melissa Watson Daniel and Kathryn Weakly Gary Weber 7 Larry Weber and Nanette Walden Lori Weber 2 Ellis and Gail Weeker 3 David Wege 3 Scott and Kelly Wehmeyer 7 Garry and Theresa Weil 2 Thomas and Penny Wells Scott and Kimberly Wendelin 2 John and Rene Wendt Karen Wensel 3 John and Linda Wenstrand Glenn and Wendy Werner Mark and Vera Werner 2 Jace and Jeanette Werre Richard and Barbara Wessley Dan and Julie Westermeyer 2 Donald and Theresa Westwood John Whalen Russell and Lourdes Whang 2 Dean and Lise White 2 George and Brenda White 2 James White and Connie Baldwin Lawrence and Donna White Russell White and Judith QualyWhite 7 Paul and Elizabeth Whitehead 4 David and Kathryn Whitener 5 Paul and Caroline Whitlock Janice K. Whitt 3 Daniel and Berit Wick Janice Wick 2 Steve and Nancy Wiebold 2 Douglas and Linda Wiley 3 Joseph and Sarah Wilkinson Gary Willard 3 Margaret Willard 3 Craig and Mary Williams Janell Williams 2 Regina Williams 2 Robert and Elizabeth Wilmouth Mike Wilskey and Mary Hoeflich Alfred and Lisa Wilson 2 David and Linda Wilson 4 Jeffrey and Donna Wilson 2 Jimmie Wilson 2 Robert and Cynthia Wilson Joseph and Marion Winandy Donald and Suzane Winant 2 Doug Wingeard and Nancy KeckWingeard Vince Winston, Jr. and Patricia Neidhold-Winston 4 Scott Winter and Lea Ann Miyagawa Brian and Julie Winters Joel and Crystal Winters Lawrence and Velvet Withers 4 Peter and Tracee Wolff Thomas and Karen Wolff James and Aline Wolfrom3 Terry and Mary Wollin Joan M. Wong 2 Raymond and Ella Wong Richard and Marilyn Wong Amy Wood 4 Gerald and Kelly Wood Anne K. Woodbury Douglas and Karla Woodside 2 Carol L. Wopschall 5 Christopher Wright 4 David and Margaret Wright Leslie Wyant 2 Stanford and Shane Wyatt 12 James and Dianne Wyllie 2 Thomas Yagley 2 Robert and Linda Yallen Charles and Eleanor Yanuaria 2 Chris and Michelle Yardley 4 Tow and Janice Yee 3 William and Tracie Yee 3 Robert and Titut Yokelson Kenneth and Jeanne Yorozu 3 John and Donja Young 8 Robert and Christine Yrani 3 Haseeb Yusef Irv and Angela Zakheim 4 Korrina Zambrzuski John and Cynthia Zapotocky 8 Ralph and Linda Zappala Julie Zarn 3 David and Sherry Zembik 3 Mark and Susan Zender Kenneth Zimmerman 2 Wade and Connie Zinnecker Ronald Zipse and Sharon Stone 3 James and Ruth Zollner 4 Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing. We would appreciate you alerting us to any errors or omissions. Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381, 800.463.6925 or email@example.com. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 51 FINANCE – ENDOWMENTS AND LIFE INCOME FUND BALANCES PERMANENT ENDOWMENTS 2010 2009 GENERAL SUPPORT Andrade Family Outdoor Orientation Fair Market Value as of May 31, 2010 and 2009 (funds over $20,000 listed by name) 2009 SCHOLARSHIPS $ Arts and Sciences Faculty Enrichment 136,734 $ 61,240 0 $ 140,433 54,195 Lawrence D. Acre Alberta $ 148,246 136,896 129,677 Athletic Academic Center 42,926 0 Henry and Lucy Anderson 43,972 38,978 Lou Barbieri 96,642 103,779 Gayle Andrews 24,136 22,244 99,821 Fred E. and Venora E. Bigelow Loan Fund 991,964 900,801 Anthony’s 131,589 Christine Bozarth* 73,309 69,445 Apregan Family 29,882 30,707 Business Administration Faculty Enrichment 25,940 22,993 Arkison 20,758 19,123 Cardoner Retreat 48,857 44,016 Geraldine F. Arnold* 2,015,760 1,896,424 Cataldo Operations/Sodexo 40,754 36,125 Paul A. Baldy Memorial 27,204 Robert B. Bargen, S.J. 83,014 77,673 217,538 120,883 21,938 23,690 Gerard V. and Debora Centioli Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Business Education 94,939 84,155 Charles A. and Dolores A. Barry Memorial Susan Margaret Charlton Faculty Development 29,716 26,341 Kenneth Baugh 23,158 Choir Tour 21,777 19,303 Bayer Corporation 28,620 27,112 John H. Collins 94,483 89,504 Gerald M. Berger (’57) 123,921 69,501 John W. Dunne, S.J. 38,630 36,595 Fred and Paula Bevegni 31,233 30,547 1,518,189 1,433,919 Martin P. Blum 26,019 24,648 Otto J. Eckel 74,236 70,323 Bonanzino Family 23,326 21,734 1 Lt. Forrest P. Ewens Award 30,717 25,220 Erma A. Bonge 87,033 77,147 Gonzaga-in-Florence 99,990 88,196 Frank and Sharon Bouten 70,607 68,197 Simon and Darcy Manning Florence Traveling Fund 44,551 40,628 Helen Brach Foundation 135,334 119,961 Arthur L. Dussault, S.J., Foundation* Don and Carol Herak Engineering Faculty Development 133,221 126,072 Conrad N. Hilton Community Service 199,277 176,641 Hogan Program General 47,663 54,773 Anna Marie Ledgerwood 101,520 0 23,761 21,062 Rhoady and Jean Marie Lee Tony Lehmann, S.J., Scholarship/Discretionary Fund 28,941 27,436 Loeken Faculty/Staff Recognition 197,041 174,659 Robert V. Lyons, Yvonne E. Lyons, Eileen E. Lyons, and Robert V. Lyons, Jr., S.J., Jesuit Academic and Administrative Services Fund 733,191 411,130 E. Thomas Martin Gonzaga in Florence 125,390 111,147 McCarthey Athletic Compensation 868,424 769,781 Mentoring Programs 88,067 56,958 Eleanor Miller/Welch Foundation 66,993 63,462 Minneapolis 31,390 29,736 Mission Endowment - Faith 38,076 33,751 Ken Norrie Faculty Development 95,589 90,551 Colleen Randall Women’s Golf Enhancement 359,162 318,365 Leonard and Evelyn Riley 26,660 25,255 Jake Schiffner 162,706 154,131 Robert J. Spitzer, S.J., Leadership 1,083,855 266,022 Dallas E. Stroschein Memorial 20,273 Jacob Triesch 66,621 16,146 63,110 Wasmer 23,418 20,758 Daniel G. Brajcich 1,819,144 1,650,396 Jim Bresnahan 26,621 26,053 Brian Brett Memorial 58,043 49,903 Mike (’52) and Marj Brewer Family 53,024 46,007 Fred L. and Olivia C. Briggs 60,024 54,468 Herb, Margaret, Greg, and Evelyn (Edsall) Briggs 32,580 30,863 Mr. and Mrs. Hervy Brulotte 57,453 54,425 Carl A. and Carla M. Buck Memorial 29,898 26,502 Christopher and Mary Ann Bulger Family 95,467 84,623 Paul Buller 26,770 0 129,689 105,408 Bob and Stevie Burke Mary Fahay Busch 69,454 65,793 Molly and Stewart Butler 61,996 46,437 Michael J. Byrne and Richard Spils Memorial 27,866 23,422 Joseph F. and Sharon M. Cade (’76) 59,664 55,474 Dennis A. and Peggy M. Calfee 57,396 49,143 303,840 287,826 California Callahan-Zeller Foundation 74,223 69,465 John E. Cannon, Sr. 331,730 313,157 C. Pat Carroll, S.J. 128,007 107,972 Clifford A. Carroll, S.J. 177,009 167,679 Leslie M. Carroll 175,737 166,475 4,676,100 4,429,650 Marguerite M. and Henry J. Casey* Joseph M. Cataldo, S.J.* 247,078 241,016 Anonymous/Other 2,025,421 1,880,937 Alma and Gill A. Centioli 221,225 209,542 Henri P. Charvet, S.J. 31,096 29,457 Law School Foundation Harry E. Chisholm 80,444 71,306 Marvel Collins Estate 49,784 0 Gonzaga Center for Law and Justice Fund 52,218 43,998 Law Foundation Scholar 401,052 338,020 Lesley Lee Memorial 23,141 0 Linden Cup 67,370 56,782 Verne and Mary Oliver 33,189 Norman and Rita Roberts Carrie Welch Loan Fund Class of ’79 43,055 37,532 Class of 1998 21,387 18,489 William and Virginia Clemens/Del Skillingstad, S.J. 760,091 636,739 Coca-Cola Foundation 51,941 45,952 S. Earl Cochran Memorial 21,001 18,215 0 Coffman Engineers 52,810 46,811 290,466 244,403 James E. Collins, Jr. 42,720 40,468 358,114 301,830 Dr. James R. and Bridget Condon 42,369 37,473 447,986 350,518 Walter J. and Donna F. Conn 915,385 864,850 Daryl and Michele Connell 130,560 106,691 Lawrence F. (’27, ’29) and Kathleen Connolly 101,310 89,802 72,175 61,316 Francis W. Conn, S.J., Memorial Total General Support Endowments $ 11,387,587 $ 9,022,455 Teresita Coombes Trinity *See also Quasi-Endowments 52 2010 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 2009 330,189 95,281 Judge Bert Horrigan Memorial 23,572 22,330 W. P. Ilgen COSTCO 306,143 270,140 Coughlin Family George and Pearl Corkery Paul Corkery, S.J., and Francis Corkery, S.J., (’26) 2010 2010 2009 100,851 95,536 83,103 69,379 J “n” M 203,782 169,535 Thomas Jefferson 120,512 61,477 87,630 83,012 118,370 112,049 C. Pat and Jean Craigen 50,341 44,623 Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Jennings Memorial Bing Crosby Memorial 35,085 29,240 Roy J. Johnson Memorial 994,592 938,682 James and Elizabeth Cummins 55,662 52,729 Eric A. Johnston 277,864 263,220 Charles Henry Davis 759,591 673,310 Ina H. Johnston 313,594 297,066 Dean’s Business Forum 231,104 168,697 Kaiser Aluminum Fabricated Products 332,317 314,795 Richard DeBlieck 21,673 17,855 Albert A. Kelly Memorial 108,861 97,866 Dell ‘Osso Family 258,700 229,314 1,366,849 1,294,807 Robert and Evelyn Dieringer 397,333 376,392 107,486 0 William R. and Kathleen A. (McFarland) Dobner 31,749 26,871 Drs. Albert and Isaslawa Dresner 42,806 0 Driessel Family Duff and Dorothy Kennedy Memorial Joseph R. Keys Henry and Margaret Kinzer 22,348 21,140 Violet and Roy Knott 64,008 62,391 1,014,131 960,507 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Konlock 25,725 24,369 Lawrence E. Duffy 455,163 403,462 Dr. Benjamin C. Koreski 51,399 48,662 Walter W. Duncan Memorial 169,804 160,855 Jacob J. and Anna Clara (Voggenthaler) Kuch 40,676 36,055 John (’26) and Isabel d’Urbal 80,423 71,288 Judge Albert I. Kulzer Memorial 43,584 41,287 Durkan Family 28,430 26,919 William Earl Edmonds 26,694 21,891 Milton F., Leona G. (Kuch) and Milton J. Langlois (’60) Family 47,829 42,396 John Wiltsie Epton, Jr. 76,495 72,463 Louie H. and Donna M. Lapke 145,378 107,664 453,119 426,764 Charles and Margaret Larson 455,705 431,257 W. Brooks and Martha Fields Charles C. Finucane 71,504 67,736 Law School 91,049 John and Mary Ann Firkins Memorial 30,392 28,285 Padre Lehmann/Regimbal, S.J. 86,250 235,306 199,403 Patrick J. Ford, S.J. 135,544 128,320 Tony Lehmann, S.J. 99,563 A.O. and Evelyn Foster 112,694 100,601 Frank and Ethel Lenzie 46,101 92,594 43,671 Richard and Orlanta Franck 401,516 355,908 Bernard and Mafalda Levernier 125,804 128,758 56,645 Roger and Marian Fruci 25,778 22,001 C. Maya Lit 66,008 Joe P. and Joan L. Gagliardi Family 24,205 22,806 Lena and Nancy Longo 46,796 57,520 Maurice Gales 90,239 77,367 Elizabeth A. Lynn 129,248 112,800 20,654 23,174 22,044 M.W. Consulting Engineers 22,775 Garco (Athletic) 220,594 110,735 Matthew Madison 28,106 18,326 Garco (Civil Engineering) 124,925 110,735 Harry F. and Colleen B. Magnuson Family 468,118 437,347 General Memorial 42,832 40,574 C. Dan Martin and C.Y. Martin* 1,105,584 1,047,201 Dr. Terry Gieber 22,774 21,774 Michael C. Mathis (’65) Gilbert Family 21,758 19,287 Michael C. Mathis Memorial 145,100 126,094 80,204 71,027 George and Marianne Grant (Basketball) 179,656 George and Marianne Grant (Engineering) Josef and Stephany Gray John A. Galligan and William F. Donnelly Robert J. Gillingham, S.J. Graduate School of Business George and Anita Grismer J. Francis Gubbins, S.J. J. Francis Gubbins, S.J. (Native American) 106,735 94,436 23,264 22,037 Virginia Maughan 75,371 66,809 Mary and Ray “Doc” Mauro 56,845 50,388 159,249 Philip G. McCarthey 107,931 102,242 178,092 157,863 Joseph L. McCarthy 154,508 146,365 119,429 101,232 Lawrence H. and Florence (Olivet) McCormack 67,028 63,241 866,452 820,845 39,187 37,110 Dr. James G. McGivern Helen C. McDonald Ivah M. McDonnell 52,596 21,526 111,241 98,605 105,593 100,028 1,157,236 1,092,685 383,455 336,234 Dorothy E. Guild 67,639 62,862 James Francis Cardinal McIntyre Roger K. Guise Memorial 60,501 44,934 Denver and Mary McLeod Memorial 83,128 78,746 Larry L. Guthrie/Gertrude O. Guthrie 123,398 96,434 John R. (Jack) and Rose C. Meersman 87,243 82,460 Joseph T. and Patricia P. Hall 183,368 173,910 Alvera Brown Meighan 93,413 72,023 58,385 43,504 Eleanor J. Mele 22,367 19,826 134,672 103,677 Fred L. and Elizabeth J. Hanson 361,808 320,711 Merwin Joseph C. Metcalfe Memorial 48,372 34,922 44,279 32,680 Haws 100,004 0 John and Catherine Michels 72,021 68,288 William Randolph Hearst 392,004 365,697 Patrick T. Mick (’06) 44,030 34,880 Carol L. Herak 144,622 122,532 Jack D. Miklos 686,982 650,775 Herres-Munroe 43,672 34,694 Don and Betty Miller Memorial 688,544 652,255 Hersholt Family 23,890 22,444 Lyle W. Moore 523,959 441,367 Mr. and Mrs. John Hildebrand 22,456 21,272 Taka Moriyasu 46,557 41,269 Conrad N. Hilton 351,786 333,245 Tatsuo “Tex” Moriyasu Memorial 63,577 56,356 Daniel P Hogan, Jr. Family 193,674 171,165 Hooker Creek Ranch 391,959 370,994 Stan Hooper Family 68,393 51,950 Bob and Donna Hanson Family Erik W. Hanson Memorial John and Melinda Moynier Angelo R. Mozilo Family Multi-Class 85,492 48,164 269,747 229,808 44,307 41,860 *See also Quasi-Endowments WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 53 FINANCE – ENDOWMENTS AND LIFE INCOME FUND BALANCES PERMANENT ENDOWMENTS 2010 2009 Murphy Family: Thomas, Katherine, Monica, and Bill (’32) 86,231 76,436 Patrick H. and Fran Murphy 96,660 76,642 Malcolm C. and Elizabeth M. Sharp, Sr. and Malcolm C. Sharp, Jr. Clarence and Della Murray 83,822 74,301 Mary Katherine Shaw Memorial Nelson Family (Math) 86,941 0 Shiel Family 22,324 0 Nelson Family (Math Education) 86,941 0 Ivan A. Shirk 53,158 49,752 Jack G. and Katherine E. Neupert Memorial R. Michael and Mary (Owens) Shanahan 52,774 48,247 Frank A. and Margaret M. Nigro Family 305,427 289,325 John W. and Francis (Fagan) Nitkey 110,897 56,761 Nursing Paul B. Shorett Memorial 2009 181,005 165,851 35,926 33,545 191,082 160,041 107,018 101,377 Harry H. and Marguerite Sladich 34,391 30,039 98,300 Robert A. and Celeste Smith 81,749 77,439 47,647 Frost and Margaret Snyder 359,080 300,533 Monica and William L. O’Connell, Jr. Memorial 116,839 109,942 Sodexo 86,995 82,407 Charlie and Doris O’Connor 960,040 850,990 Blanche H. Spitzer 119,152 104,477 257,134 Timothy J. O’Leary, S.J. 38,838 36,766 Steele-Reese 271,440 Donald and Joan Olson 23,988 21,904 Steilen Family 62,951 56,154 108 Club Montana 39,741 36,880 Donald L. Stoner 327,004 289,860 Richard J. O’Neill Family 63,293 59,953 Frank X. Suttey*** 0 901,427 Michael J. Ornellas (’66) Memorial 31,327 28,592 Ossello Family 42,381 32,909 Megan M. Taylor (’02) and Sarah J. (Taylor) Schwering (’04) 23,961 20,273 118,957 104,538 372,698 353,058 23,983 22,719 Richard B. Taylor, II Family Robert (Eddie) Page 158,923 140,871 Charles A. and Helen Tilford Robert and Carol Palencar 541,255 479,775 Michael and Annie Tobin Family 46,359 43,223 82,856 59,188 Toepel Family Memorial 34,952 30,982 112,613 99,822 Ernest H. and Greta M. Toll 49,220 40,840 Walter A. Toly Memorial Polich Family 62,458 48,680 Erwin J. Toner, S.J. Stephen N. Pope 96,700 85,716 Townsend Memorial Stanley J. Padden Pearson Family Dr. and Mrs. Otto J. Penna Megan Therese Piper (’92) Memorial Portland Richard and Helen Powers Family Richard E. Powers Memorial Robert K. and Ann J. Powers 63,603 60,251 Peter M. Tripp Memorial 119,850 94,758 John Tubbs Memorial 20,268 19,200 177,209 167,858 92,962 88,063 935,305 882,523 97,995 92,631 232,388 220,140 33,090 28,834 238,400 225,835 Tucci Family Florence 124,539 106,056 Tucci Family/NAPA 412,809 390,424 Susan M. Rauenhorst Turner 149,610 131,712 22,512 Edward and Helen Prevol and Arlene Prevol-Koeferl 65,771 62,301 Richard E. Twohy, S.J. 23,765 Marty Pujolar 28,313 25,057 Union Pacific Foundation 85,702 75,967 227,162 199,090 120,979 102,919 Mark and Barbara Ray V-12 Paul and Barbara Redmond 36,696 37,158 William L. Van Sistine 1,199,425 1,136,210 Regents Nucleus 56,248 53,284 Anthony Via, S.J. 81,891 72,589 Edward J. and Bunny (Suva) Renouard 35,586 27,104 Anthony P. Via, S.J. 27,444 22,772 Vogelheim Family 204,094 180,866 Anthony T. Wadden/Michael B. Herzog 28,483 26,846 Wallace Foundation 34,766 32,933 Edward J. and Bunny (Suva) Renouard (Engineering) 35,586 27,104 230,393 218,250 Richardson Family 51,172 48,475 Frank Walter (Two Honest Friars) 21,630 19,173 Aleck M. and Mary M. Ripple Memorial 63,903 48,085 Robert Wark 88,479 83,816 63,089 Margaret S. Richards Memorial Norman and Dorita Roberts Family 172,205 152,645 Prentice and Virginia Warner 66,599 Roche Family 71,352 66,802 Carrie Welch 63,410 60,176 Jim and Jean Roeber Family 51,842 42,790 Wellpinit and Nespelem 23,151 20,160 21,591 18,797 Helen and Joe Welty 174,560 162,389 Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation Roothaan David and Maureen Rorick Joseph Merton and Jessie Rosauer Family 24,299 21,539 256,441 241,205 Christopher M. West Memorial 567,291 509,217 1,148,587 1,043,064 Jeanne Wiest 68,703 46,915 WINGS 97,316 84,520 Glo E. Ross 23,917 0 Rudisile Family 33,394 20,859 Kermit (’51) and Frances Rudolf (Athletic) 50,157 43,483 Kermit (’51) and Frances Rudolf (Law) 67,871 62,240 Law School Foundation Donald R. and Kathleen P. Ryan Memorial 58,247 55,176 Action for Diversity Awareness 33,100 27,898 Sachtjen Family 39,912 31,138 Bronze Tile 42,044 33,947 Madeleine St. Marie 108,569 102,847 Kenneth Butler Memorial 123,758 104,307 Frances A. and Sam R. Salla Memorial 221,595 196,441 Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chastek* 78,798 66,414 Timothy J. Sarbaugh 57,336 50,288 Class Reunion (Law) 34,146 28,779 Mary L. Schons 30,358 28,340 John and Mary Jo Costello 40,391 34,043 William H. Schumaker 91,125 87,772 Marcus Kelly Family 20,780 17,514 Fr. Bruno Segatta 78,177 69,297 Law Faculty Student 45,092 38,005 Joseph M. Shabaz 152,364 145,338 Lita and Paul Luvera 406,148 318,192 23,142 19,505 David Wollersheim Anonymous/Other Lloyd Meeds Memorial *See also Quasi-Endowments 54 2010 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 ***Term Endowment 79,543 60,661 1,153,752 934,827 2010 2009 Thomas More Joseph C.† and Muriel E. Murphy 283,741 228,095 Law School Foundation 151,018 126,088 Richard and Lynn Guy Nuxoll Family Memorial 106,112 89,435 Lewis H. Orland 137,324 115,746 Drew Corley Pierson Memorial 24,077 20,293 Philip M. and Mary Raekes 113,911 94,138 Judge Willard J. Roe Memorial 310,734 261,897 85,648 72,187 Lee M. Solomon Sylvia Ann Thomas 26,942 22,708 Carrie Welch 244,742 206,277 Workland/Gose 142,336 119,592 Anonymous/Other 188,260 155,336 49,952 0 343,873 304,813 60,689 56,390 ART MUSEUM Carol Albright Museum Exhibition Fredrick and Genevieve Schlatter 2010 Paul N. and Lita T. Barnett Luvera 2009 35,707 26,355 502,867 423,459 Total Restricted Endowments $77,854,853 $ 70,744,906 Total Permanent Endowments $ 89,209,251 $ 79,767,361 2010 2009 QUASI-ENDOWMENTS TRINITY TRUST Alphonse A. and Geraldine F. Arnold Distinguished Professorship Fund Alphonse A. and Geraldine F. Arnold Scholarship Fund** Alphonse A. and Geraldine F. Arnold President’s Fund LIBRARIES $ 4,906,567 $ 4,647,974 101,404 96,024 GENERAL SUPPORT Frank B. Costello, S.J. (Political Science) 45,694 42,190 Christine Bozarth** $ 488,967 Joseph P. Delay (Law) 97,797 92,763 Patrick J. Cavanaugh Faculty Enrichment Fund 116,043 100,646 Foley (Crosby) Library (General) 66,090 62,607 Harry L. (Bing) Crosby 141,928 139,973 Parents’ Library (Periodicals) 21,329 20,205 Arthur L. Dussault, S.J.** 95,414 90,118 396,800 Maud O. Flannery** 47,394 45,800 190,403 William N. Bischoff, S.J. (History) Steele-Reese Foundation (Humanities) 418,877 $ 523,679 John H. Taylor, S.J., Memorial (Classical Languages and Patristics) Frank McMahon 200,997 97,362 92,230 John W. Murphy 461,454 437,133 Charles J. Walsh, S.J., Memorial (Law) 55,842 52,895 Anonymous/Other 107,812 101,463 Anonymous/Other 49,891 46,486 Law School Foundation Quasi Endowment Fund 1,000,076 782,709 Law School Foundation Harvey and Harriet Clarke (Law Ethics) 253,101 213,322 Thomas and Helen Greenan (Law) 77,618 65,419 Law Library 36,576 30,827 Anonymous/Other 27,725 22,674 Total General Support Endowments $ 2,694,797 $ 2,377,212 SCHOLARSHIPS $ 79,137 PROFESSORSHIPS Marguerite M. and Henry J. Casey** Joseph M. Cataldo, S.J. $ 412,161 83,539 402,049 College of Arts and Sciences Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chastek** 1,075,718 953,528 Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J., Chair of Christian Philosophy Comstock Foundation 3,213,730 3,044,352 1,645,282 1,557,423 Sperry H. Goodman 844,695 748,747 Milo P. and Maud O. Flannery, Chair of Theology 1,452,791 1,403,918 Fred L. and Elizabeth J. Hanson (Athletic) 133,291 118,151 Kreielsheimer Foundation, Chair of Fine Arts 1,337,538 1,267,044 Kathyrn A. Jacklin Memorial 42,522 37,692 Timothy J. O’Leary, S.J., Chair of Chemistry* 655,675 582,594 Ed and Euretta James 270,040 239,366 1,485,348 1,464,751 Arlene E. and Arthur L. LaMasters 148,766 140,925 Pigott Professor of Entrepreneurship Robert K. and Ann J. Powers, Chair of Humanities 1,174,933 1,113,008 Dr. Scholl Foundation, Chair of Chemistry 1,331,346 1,180,120 896,421 849,015 School of Business John L. Aram, Chair of Business Ethics* Dr. Erwin Graue, Chair of Economics* 1,228,782 1,163,973 James R. Jundt, Chair of Economics* 1,292,639 1,194,670 Kinsey M. Robinson, Chair of Business Administration* 1,325,164 1,255,327 Law School Foundation Frederick N. and Barbara T. Curley, Chair of Commercial Law 1,702,490 1,434,916 J. Donald and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran, Faculty Chair 500,912 421,957 John J. Hemmingson, Chair of Civil Liberties Smithmoore P. Myers, Dean’s Chair 1,272,331 1,042,351 197,745 163,189 LECTURES C. Y. Martin Foundation** 1,594,143 1,504,211 NCAA Athletic Academic Enhancement 33,234 31,482 John Prange, S.J./Ignatian Leaders 2,032,610 1,801,729 Roach Family 156,979 147,781 Mary F. Simkins 127,880 120,996 George Struble 50,000 0 Peter and Carol Welk 83,648 79,240 OTHER Edith L. Anderson 164,409 155,744 John L. Aram** 212,827 201,572 Horace C. Bozarth 625,814 584,481 School of Business Educational Enrichment 64,319 61,002 College Science Research 1,098,369 988,737 Dr. Erwin Graue, Chair of Economics** Don and Carol Herak Engineering Equipment 140,960 859,230 133,525 813,945 Hildebrand-Pease Law Library 156,292 148,054 International Cultural Center 68,044 64,458 Van F. Christoph, S.J., Memorial 160,805 148,088 Jesuit Mission Trust 687,904 609,766 William Lyle Davis, S.J., Memorial 107,242 101,590 James R. Jundt, Chair of Economics** 300,011 286,095 *See also Quasi-Endowments †Deceased **See also Permanent Endowments WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 55 FINANCE – ENDOWMENTS AND LIFE INCOME FUND BALANCES QUASI-ENDOWMENTS 2010 Kellogg 2009 55,600 52,666 Law School Restricted 267,882 253,763 Mission Trust 264,849 233,876 Mosque Operations 67,972 80,788 Timothy J. O’Leary, S.J., Chair of Chemistry** 116,338 103,371 Coletta W. O’Meara 121,885 115,461 134,104 127,037 33,169 29,402 Total Restricted Endowments $ 15,742,935 $ 14,493,128 Total Quasi-Endowments $ 23,344,299 $ 21,518,315 LIFE INCOME FUNDS 2010 2009 Kinsey M. Robinson, Chair of Business Administration** Tom and Camilla Tilford Dr. John B.† and Lorraine H. Adams 116,619 $ 97,626 William and Nancy Burnett 815,113 739,378 Dr. Robert Joseph and Thelma Rose Bartoletti Casey Beverly J. Clegg† 180,409 159,140 172,507 157,744 Marie M. Crabtree† 34,318 30,316 Name Withheld by Request William A.† and Tasia Davenport 424,231 400,495 37,317 37,869 Joseph and Edna Deichl William R.† and Rubie† Eddleman 344,823 316,211 0 122,863 Marcella Farrington 21,816 19,886 Jim and Maxine Finlen 67,535 61,870 201,395 160,520 Maurice Gales Gary Glenn 20,665 18,551 Name Withheld by Request 100,131 89,823 Charles E. and Barbara Hennessey, Jr. 447,056 436,498 Phillip and Lorelei Herres 145,656 130,528 Dorothy C. Kelly 187,043 171,750 John J. and Nancy L.† Lee John and Elizabeth† Leonard 31,537 31,111 20,105 18,457 Jack and Mary McCann 984,515 885,591 Joseph L. McCarthy Trust 844,873 776,244 3,057,813 2,742,533 63,508 54,862 Name Withheld Upon Request Dr. Joseph and Clara Monks Joseph C.† and Muriel E. Murphy 82,788 83,036 233,064 207,406 Edward E. and Yvonne† Ralph 187,964 166,459 Name Withheld Upon Request 156,365 141,791 Lucille A. Rooney Trust 239,938 217,009 Virginia Schurra Stephen B.† and Mary E. Shinn 67,617 60,409 165,199 146,578 Bartholomew M.† and Sarah Stevens 33,583 32,986 Ivan and Marlene Stewart George† and Margaret Tiesse 51,157 51,570 19,948 18,247 William R. Ogle Name Withheld Upon Request 14,502 13,733 Name Withheld Upon Request 568,984 492,986 Harry L. Williams Trust 27,808 24,736 Lee and Barbara Wright 33,392 29,447 John T. Yeats 78,745 71,859 Anonymous/Other 22,261 22,487 Total Life Income Funds $ 10,302,299 $ 9,440,606 Total Endowments and Life Income $122,889,038 $110,726,281 **See also Permanent Endowments †Deceased 56 $ GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 SISTERS ELIZABETH AND ALLI SLAMKOWSKI ENJOYED THE 11TH ANNUAL MARY STUART ROGERS BANQUET. ELIZABETH, A JUNIOR AND A MARY STUART ROGER SCHOLAR, IS A HISTORY MAJOR WHO PLANS TO TEACH IN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. COMMUNITY SERVICE, SHE SAID, “HAS BECOME A WAY FOR ME TO STRIVE FOR JUSTICE.” ALLI, AT RIGHT, IS A SOPHOMORE AT GU. MARY STUART ROGERS SCHOLARS ARE ALL SMILES MATTHEW GROVER, A JUNIOR MATH MAJOR, was nervous when he began speaking. This was understandable, as he was the first student at the podium. But his tale of working with creative elementary students who kept adding evermore powerful elements to the game of rock-paperscissors (Stick. Tornado. Earthquake. God. God’s mom!) held the audience rapt during the 11th Annual Mary Stuart Rogers Scholarship Banquet. Each student thereafter spoke of their service work, their desire to help others, their adventures and misadventures, their friendships, passions and life goals – all of which have emerged through their involvement with women, men and children in need. Honored at the October event were 19 students who receive significant scholarship aid from the Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation. “This evening is for you. We want you to have a good time tonight,” said Col. John Rogers, son of the late Mary Stuart Rogers. It also was a time for the students to express their thanks to the Rogers family, including June and Jeff Rogers, who are Col. Rogers’ wife and son. The foundation supports academically talented juniors and seniors with financial need who are active in community service and leadership. Students who plan to become teachers are of particular interest to the foundation. “For me, the scholarship is the difference between working one job versus two,” said Brittany Poff, special education student. “This allows me to get involved in more service organizations, which allows me to make a difference in the lives of more people.” GIVING BaCK THANK YOU NOTES Gonzaga deeply appreciates the efforts made each year by its donors. Every gift matters to the University, no matter the size. Smaller gifts – like the $5 with which Ray Allen began his giving – add up to major results. For example, these three scholarship funds count on support from parents, alumni and friends, while beneﬁtting hundreds of current students: • General Scholarship Fund supports the 95 percent of students who receive ﬁnancial support, 3,023 donors • Gonzaga Scholars Program grants access to a Gonzaga education for students with the highest ﬁnancial need, 2,422 donors • Alumni Association Scholarship awarded each year to children, grandchildren and siblings of Gonzaga alumni, 148 donors RAY ALLEN, THEN AND NOW. HE ENCOURAGES YOUNG GRADUATES TO START SUPPORTING GU WITH SMALL GIFTS. “LITTLE BY LITTLE THEY’LL GROW.” IT ALL BEGAN WITH $5… AND A WIDE STREAK OF RESOURCEFULNESS GONZAGA GAVE RAY ALLEN A GREAT LIFE; AND HE KEEPS GIVING BACK “It’s just the way we did it in those days,” he says with a shrug. “It gave me resourcefulness. By the time I enlisted in the Navy at 18, I was way ahead of most guys my age.” Ray Allen (’50) began contributing to Gonzaga in 1956. Elvis Presley debuted on the Ed Sullivan Show that year and the most recent war was Korea, not Vietnam. Allen gave the University $5 – a sum on which he could have taken his wife, Helen, to a nice dinner and square dancing. After WW II, Allen studied electrical engineering at GU. Surrounded by devout Catholics, he discovered his own faith. After graduation, General Electric hired him and put him on a national training tour. In Philadelphia, he met young Helen. Her Irish mother was skeptical, but a letter of recommendation from Father Timothy O’Leary, S.J., calmed the natural fears. Fifty-four years later and now retired from heading Avista Utilities’ natural gas division, Allen keeps giving back. Why? Because he adores Gonzaga. The University redirected his life in every major way: faith, career, home and even, indirectly, his wife. Allen grew up on a farm in Valleyford, Wash. He closes his fist around an imaginary set of work-horse reins and reaches out, ready to hand off the team. “Here,” he says, mimicking his father. “It’s your turn to plow.” He was seven. From then on, he dealt with the daily need for repairs, innovation and independent thinking. The couple came home to Spokane and raised seven children in “little Rome,” the Gonzaga neighborhood. Daughter Kathleen O’Connor, now associate dean of Foley Library, used to go with her dad as he visited local businesses, fundraising for the Great Teachers Program. The prize for those who did well? Free tickets to the men’s basketball game. So, yes, things have changed. But not Allen’s devotion. “Why do I give to Gonzaga?” He repeats the question in disbelief. “Because it meant so much to me to be there. They’re going to get gifts from me for the rest of my life.” WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 57 off campus Reunions and More 58 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 WHAT A WEEKEND FALL FAMILY WEEKEND, REUNION 2010 AND THE ALL-MILITARY REUNION DREW APPROXIMATELY 3,500 VISITORS TO CAMPUS OCT. 22-24. FALL FAMILY WEEKEND As parents we’re really encouraged to attend Fall Family Weekend during freshman year, but watching the students change and mature each year has been so gratifying. We primarily go to the ROTC demos, so we usually miss out on other events. Always, our high point is seeing Emmy. I like having a family weekend. It reminds me of the Gonzaga family that she’s a part of. – PARENT DANI SMART, RICHLAND, WA REUNION 2010 I was pleasantly surprised to find our reunion, while just one activity in a busy campus weekend, was unique and special. The Tilford lobby is beautiful. It was a trifle chilly for the barbecue but the good food made up for it. After 40 years, those of us who attended were happy to be there, on campus, amongst all the youngsters. We could only marvel at the changes in the physical plant; nonetheless, we had fond memories of the days when the keggers were held at the pond, we walked on railroad tracks to get downtown, women were required to wear dresses or skirts to meals and dorm rooms consisted of 100 square feet with two beds, two desks and two tiny closets. Thanks again for a wonderful weekend. – CHERYL KINGEN (’70), SPOKANE ALL-MILITARY REUNION “I saw them as freshmen – and now to see them come back as colonels and generals and businessmen! I like to see them grow and grow and be successful.” \ SGT. MAJOR (RET.) TOM WILLIAMS, WHO HELPED A GENERATION OF STUDENTS TO EXCEL THROUGH GONZAGA’S ROTC PROGRAM. For more photos, go to zagsonline.org. JENNIFER RAUDEBAUGH WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 59 off campus Alumni News Briefs ’68 Steve Ayres has been named to the Washington Officials Association Hall of Fame. He officiated at basketball and football games for many years in Spokane and continues to schedule officials for Spokane basketball games and tournaments. ’71 George Nethercutt, Jr. (J.D.) continues to work with selected GU graduates through the George Nethercutt Foundation, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to helping college students receive a better civics education. Graduates Allison Roehling (’10) and Katie Love (’10) successfully completed the program in 2009 and 2010. ’74 Dr. Steven MacDonald has been elected to the board of directors of the National Upper Cervical Chiropractic Association. He lives in Pacific Grove, Calif., where he has had a chiropractic practice since 1979. ’85 Fr. John C. Bentz, S.J., has been named director of vocations for the Oregon Province. He will continue as superior for the Capitol Hill Jesuit Community in Seattle. ’90 Bob Carriker is a spokesman for Louisiana’s Office of Tourism, who often escorts travel writers around the state and appears at cooking shows. In June, Bob met Paula Deen at the Great American Food Festival. In his day job, he is professor of history at the University of Louisiana in Lafayette. He also directs the university’s Public History Program. 60 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 ’93 Amy Miller… married Daniel Salazar, Jr., in September 2009 at Bear Creek Lodge in Mead, Wash. Amra (High) Custer (’95) was matron of honor. Also attending were Dawn Gardunia, Paul Fruci, Lee Brand (’92), Christopher Custer (’92) and Marilyn (Zenner) Prince (’61). The couple honeymooned in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, and now live in Ann Arbor, Mich. Amy works for the Michigan Air National Guard and Dan for the University of Michigan. Amy still treasures time with her GU friends. “Amra and I visited Mary (Hodge) Sanchez in Florida last November, and for my husband’s first trip to Alaska we spent this Fourth of July with Amra and Christopher.” ’96 Laura Stanfield… and Dr. Roberto Calderon were married March 26 at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas. The couple lives in Alexandria, Va. Laura is a physician’s assistant with Greater Metropolitan Orthopaedics in Washington, D.C.; Roberto is an orthopedic surgeon in the Air Force. ’97 John Honsky (M.Ns.Prac.) was featured in Catholic Health World for his work in mental health care at St. Patrick Hospital and Health Sciences Center in Missoula, Mont. He is the chief nursing officer at St. Patrick and one of the founders of the new urgent care mental health clinic on the hospital’s campus. ’98 Lisa (Barsanti) Wade … and her husband Garrett welcomed their daughter, Emily Marie Wade, into the world on June 11. Since graduation, Lisa has worked aboard Holland America cruise ships as a youth director and at Marriott Hotels as a sales manager. She is now a full-time mom and lives with her family in Cupertino, Calif. ’99 Benjamin Cushman and Alexa Trussoni were married June 26 at St. Lawrence Catholic Church in Minneapolis. Fellow Zag Cameron Svenson was best man. Benjamin works for KSTP-TV in St. Paul, Minn., and Alexa works for the Oracle Corporation. ’02 Erin Welch and Andrew Meuer (’03)… celebrated their one-year anniversary July 18. They were married in 2009 at the bride’s home in Northern California. The couple now lives in Spokane, where Andrew helps manage the mobile food bank program at Second Harvest. Erin teaches English to immigrants and refugees at the Institute for Extended Learning, a branch of the Community Colleges of Spokane. Anne Loucks (J.D.) has been named an associate with the Williams Kastner law firm in Seattle. Missy and Dan Wessman… of Spokane welcomed daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, on May 30. Missy works in the Foley Center Library; Dan works full time for the Washington State Army National Guard in Spokane and Yakima. in June from the University of Washington School of Law. ’07 Cassie Echer and Nate Williams (’06)… were married May 29 at St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church in Denver. Nate is a field engineer for an industrial company based in Broomfield, Colo. Cassie spent 2007-08 in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps in New Orleans and now teaches elementary school. Their wedding party included Zags Eric Everson (’04), Eric Dworkis (’04), Ryan Leong (’05), Brandon Harmon (’07), Josh Monroe (’07), and Adam Lovill (’04). The following Zags Christen Kennelly Lambert (’07), Dana Skoog Questad, Robert Janicki, Ryan Lambert, Elaine Markham (’06), Brendan Kolding (’05), Kelly Shaw D’Ambrosio, Patrick D’Ambrosio (both’04), Carly Cyr, Craig Schaefer, and Stephen Russell (’03)… are all members of Amici. This service organization is for young professionals committed to supporting Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Seattle through hands-on service, volunteering, fundraising and networking. ’08 Erica Byfield… (M. Comm. L.) has taken a job at Atlanta news station WSB, as a general assignment reporter. In 2009, she won a Mid-America Emmy award for an investigative story on a burglar. ’05 Jill Strait was promoted to communications director for the U.S. House of Representatives Natural Resources Committee. Previously, she directed communications for Dino Rossi’s 2008 campaign in Washington. Melanie Taff… married Jon Brown, a Michigan Tech University graduate, on Aug. 22, 2009, in Orcas Island, Wash. They currently live in Seattle. ’09 Matthew Berry and Aurora Janke (‘07) have been named members of the 2010-11 University of Washington School of Law Journal of Environmental Law and Policy. ’06 Dr. Jlyn Pritchard… graduated from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine with the degree of doctor of osteopathic medicine in May. She plans to enter the family medicine program at Sacred Heart Medical Center in Spokane. Katherine Herche earned her law degree ‘WHO’S THIS ZAG?’ WILL RETURN IN THE SPRING ISSUE OF THE MAGAZINE. YOUR STORIES OF OUR CURRENT MYSTERY ZAG AND A NEW PHOTO TO SPARK MORE GU MEMORIES WILL APPEAR THEN. ’10 Katherine Brackmann has joined the staff of Linfield College in McMinnville, Ore. Katherine will do promoting and marketing in the athletics department.           WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 61 Janice Brown Leo Finnegan ( Greg Hubert D.A.M.A. DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI MERIT AWARDS Sue and Ed Taylor ) FIVE MEN AND WOMEN WHO ARE CHANGING THE WORLD OUTSTANDING ALUMNI HONORED AT ANNUAL OCTOBER DINNER Janice Brown (’83 J.D.) earned her law degree from Gonzaga in two years, but took away a lifetime of wisdom. “I learned how to practice law at the Legal Clinic and was also a law clerk in the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Spokane,” she said. “I thoroughly enjoyed Professor Gary Randall, whom I called the tax guru. He explained not only the U.S. tax system, but how taxes motivate people’s behavior.” Janice started the Brown Law Group in San Diego in 1999. The majority of Brown Law Group’s partners are women. She said, “My mission is to help redefine what a good lawyer looks like today because we continue to be important contributors to our society.” Leo Finnegan (’59) remembers his college years as wonderful times. “Gonzaga taught me how to use logic, to ask questions and how to find solutions to challenges. The professors truly cared about their students.” He worked in the aerospace and utilities industries, including Martin Marietta where he was on the design team that created conceptual plans for the space shuttle. Leo and his wife, Rosemarie, celebrate their 50th anniversary in January. Leo volunteers extensively, including his own creation of soapbox derby racing for children with special needs. “I saw how much my own son Tim wanted to participate but was unable to,” he said. “I wanted to provide a way he and others could feel that same exhilaration racing down the hill.” Greg Hubert (’73) came to Gonzaga after growing up near Tillamook along the Oregon Coast. “I was accepted immediately,” Greg said. “Faculty I remember include Father Tony Lehmann and the two greatest accounting teachers ever, Bill Loeffler and Dan Brajcich. Gonzaga always supported me. Even today I feel like I have a friend there.” 62 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 After graduation, Greg took an accounting job with Price Waterhouse, where he met the owner of a restaurant called Red Robin. Greg joined him, eventually becoming president of the company, which the two men later sold. In 1999, Greg and his wife, Teresa, formed the Restaurant Development Company of America. The Huberts donated the St. Ignatius bronze sculpture which graces the main entrance to Gonzaga University. Greg is president of Gonzaga’s Board of Regents. Sue (‘82) and Ed (’82,’83 M.A.) Taylor’s lives came together on Gonzaga’s campus more than 30 years ago. “We were an odd pair for the time,” Ed said. “I was a young black man from central California and she was a young white girl from north Idaho. She was socially awkward, I was painfully shy. She was going nowhere near the social sciences and I wasn’t going anywhere near chemistry.” “I will never forget what it felt like to step on campus with the hope of trying to do some good in this world,” Ed said “To have had others at Gonzaga who lit the path for us along the way – Liz Cole, Fr. Peter Ely, Fr. Kuder, Fr. Nigro, Stan Fairhurst, Fr. Carroll, J.J. Mueller, Fr. Coughlin, Dennis McMinn, Jane Rinehart, Fr. Dave Leigh, Dan Fitzgerald – and so many others. It is just overwhelming to think about how much they gave to us, how much they believed in us and so many others. We look back in wonder, humility and deep gratitude. We truly stand on the shoulders of giants.” For the past 15 years, Ed has taught courses and conducted research at the University of Washington where he focuses on education as a moral cause, and as an engine for democracy, equity and justice. He is now dean and vice provost of undergraduate academic affairs. A physician who practices internal medicine, Sue recently became district medical director for Group Health in Western Washington, where she represents the interest of purchasers of Group Health insurance. Ed belongs to Gonzaga’s Board of Trustees. IN MEMORIAM IN mEmORIam GONZAGA EXTENDS ITS CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILIES AND FRIENDS OF THE FOLLOWING: Vincent Yeager (’38), June 12, Auburn, Wash. He worked at Boeing Commercial Airplane Co., eventually as an engineering manager. He was active in the city government of Normandy Park, Wash., serving as mayor in 1988-89. commander. He joined the Spokane law firm of Richter & Wimberley in 1962 and became a partner in 1965. Thomas Sifferman (’43), Aug. 7, Seattle. He received a basketball scholarship to Gonzaga University. He played semi-pro baseball in Seattle for 12 years, excelled as a salesman and started Sifferman Supply Co. in 1976. After retiring in 1997, he volunteered at St. Therese’s grade school and tutored for 12 years. Fr. Gerald Sullivan, S.J. (’55), May 15, Los Gatos, Calif. He was a Jesuit for 60 years and a priest for 48. He taught chemistry and mathematics at St. Ignatius College Preparatory in San Francisco, and chemistry at Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix in the late 1950s and ’60s. In 1971, he took a position in Santa Clara University’s art and art history department, retiring in 2009. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Stuart French (J.D. ’51), July 2, Everett, Wash. He served in the Army and was among the men who landed on the beach at Normandy in 1944. He was in private law practice until his appointment as a Snohomish County Superior Court judge in 1979. He remained on the bench until 1993. Dr. Kerriston Marsh (’52), July 11, Tucson, Ariz. He served in the Air Force, then earned a medical degree and practiced family medicine for 45 years. Donald Ericson (J.D. ’52), Aug. 27, Poulsbo, Wash. He served in the Navy’s V-5 program and later the Naval Reserve, retiring 20 years later as a lieutenant Charles French (’54), May 11, Spokane. He served in the Navy. After his discharge, he worked in construction in Spokane. Fr. William O’Malley, S.J. (’55), Sept. 6, Spokane. He was an Army paratrooper in WW II before entering the Society of Jesus. His career was occupied with parish work in Montana, Idaho and Oregon. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Dr. Loyal Marsh (’55), Aug. 29, Portland, Ore. A clinical psychologist and former director of St. Mary’s Home for Boys, he was in private practice for 30 years and also was connected with the Oregon Commission for the Blind, Oregon Health & Science University’s medical and dental schools, the police academy and Mt. Angel Abbey. He served as president of the board of directors of Jesuit High School. Philip Stanton (J.D. ’56) Sept. 30, Spokane. In 1962, he became president of Washington Trust Bank. He was 31 and then the youngest bank president in Spokane. He continued as chairman until 1997, staying active with the bank for many years. A longtime supporter of Gonzaga, Stanton was deeply engaged in leadership of the Spokane community. Edward Lux (’59), July 28, Nezperce, Idaho. He served in the Army, then returned to the family farm. For many years, he farmed with his father. He was an early adopter of technology, loved to ski and taught skiing to many friends and his fi ve children. Roy Shaw (’61), June 27, Clyde, N.C. A former Marine, he became a mechanical engineer and worked on the intercontinental ballistic missile project, many NASA projects and the Hubble Space Telescope. Jerry Kenney (’62), June 20, Kennewick, Wash. He worked for Boeing on several high-profile programs, including the Minuteman Missile, the Apollo Space program and the Boeing 747. In 1972, he opened a successful aerospace consulting firm. Paul Weisz (’62), June 25, Hagerstown, Md. He served 20 years in the Army with assignments in Turkey, Germany, Vietnam, Panama, the Philippines and the Pentagon. Later, he was a consultant and worked as a vice president for Citibank. He and his wife, Gloria, traveled extensively in their retirement. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Daniel Avey (’63), Aug. 15, Los Angeles. He served in Vietnam as a Green Beret. His first radio job was at a Spokane station where he was billed as disc jockey Danny Morrow. He became a longtime reporter and anchor on several Southern California radio stations and a radio and television analyst with the Los Angeles Kings. Judith Jiles (’63), July 5, Salisbury, N.C. She taught in Scottsdale, Ariz., for 20 years, retiring in 1999. Col. Paul Smith (’67), July 15, Anchorage. He was a seminarian before coming to Gonzaga. After graduating, he married Cheryl Eugene and began a career in the Air Force. He was highly decorated and logged more than 8,000 flight hours as an Air Force and Alaska Air National Guard navigator. He later flew for Alaska Airlines. A lifelong love of travel was his defining characteristic. Richard Robinson (’75, J.D. ’78), June 25, Seattle. Robinson practiced law for more than 30 years, working as a city attorney, independent counsel and as a partner at Layman, Layman and Robinson. Barbara Gaye Bethards (’77), July 21, Spokane. Barbara spent 30 years at Sacred Heart Medical Center as a transcriptionist and developed a loving family of friends there. Andrew Tonn (J.D. ’77), Sept. 3, Miles City, Mont. He worked with the Montana Supreme Court, before moving home to Miles City. There, he practiced law at Lucas and Monaghan. Donna Lensigne (’81), July 27, Spokane. She began working at Gonzaga Prep in the mid ’90s as a counseling secretary and the registrar. She was the Prep varsity tennis coach. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Sister Bonnie Pelloux (Sister LaSalette Marie) (’82), Aug. 5, Tacoma, Wash. A member of the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia for 47 years, she ministered in education, health care and vocations. Sr. Colleen Ann Mahoney, S.S.A. (Sr. Mary Colleen Ann) (’87), Aug. 11, Victoria, B.C. She taught at several schools and missions in Canada and Alaska. WINTER 2011 | GONZAGA MAGAZINE 63 off campus Chapter News ALASKA The Alaska Chapter is staying warm this winter cheering on the Zags at game-watches held each month at Platinum Jaxx on 6th Avenue in Anchorage. A schedule is published on the Alaska Chapter section on zagsonline.org. E-mail reminders go out one week prior. In October, members celebrated our fourth anniversary at the Petroleum Club for the annual Silent Auction & Wine Tasting event. Attendees enjoyed excellent food and wine, while supporting the Alaska Chapter and learning about recent developments at the University. Interested in planning an event or getting involved in service projects? Contact Brady Strahl at firstname.lastname@example.org or 907.317.4572. BOISE The chapter held a kick-off picnic in late summer to welcome about 20 local incoming freshmen and their families to the Gonzaga Community. The chapter held the second annual “Zags Give Back, Biking for Backpacks” on Oct. 3. We biked along the Boise River Greenbelt, playing poker along the way and raising money for the Idaho Foodbank’s Backpack for Kids program. The chapter will hold game watches this winter, so come cheer on the Zags. Contact Connie Sturdavant at chucks@ cableone.net or 208.336.1184. CHICAGO The Chicago Chapter is alive and thriving. We hope you have had a chance to attend one of our game watches at Sully’s, the Chicago 64 GONZAGA MAGAZINE | WINTER 2011 Jesuit Alumni Networking event or make the caravan down to Indiana where we battled Notre Dame. If you missed any of these events, don’t be sad. We have an eventful 2011 schedule lined up for you. Check out the Chicago Chapter Facebook page for updates on upcoming service, networking, game watches and other events. Want to get involved in your chapter? Contact Derrick Stricker derrick.stricker@ hotmail.com. Stay warm! DALLAS-FORT WORTH The DFW Chapter kicked off the year with the Addison Oktoberfest in September and a Ranger baseball game in October. For a list of monthly events, go to zagsonline.org and click on Texas. Be on the lookout for the new DFW Chapter’s Facebook page – another seamless way to connect with DFW-area Zags. The Gonzaga men’s basketball team will be in Dallas on Dec. 18 playing Baylor at the American Airlines Arena. The DFW Chapter has a packed calendar. Please join us for some Zag fun. Contact Cynthia Reyes Methvin, gozags@ centurytel.net or 940.497.5900. MINNESOTA The Minnesota Chapter held its annual service project on Oct. 9 at Cooks for Kids, which cooks meals for families staying at the Ronald McDonald House. The chapter donated and prepared meals for 90 people. Gonzaga game watches will take place throughout the season. Contact Chris Green, email@example.com or 612.270.1472. PHOENIX The Phoenix Zag Alumni Chapter is gearing up for a great end to 2010 and looking forward to more events in 2011. We really want to grow our Phoenix Zag community, so whether you’re an alum, an alum parent or a parent of a current student, we hope you’ll join us and stay connected to the Gonzaga family here in Phoenix. For more information or to suggest ideas, contact Billy Itule, gonzagaphoenixalumni@ gmail.com. PORTLAND While all our volunteers give generously of their time and talent to our annual service projects at St. Andrew Nativity School, we had two special stories this fall. Gonzaga parents Mo Blake and Karen Morisette celebrated their 28th wedding anniversary by joining our service day. And Maureen Stacey honored her Zag son’s military service by participating as we served urban students and their school with such close Gonzaga ties. On Jan. 4, GU’s GAMP team and chapter volunteers will put on another Portland Trek. Students willing to sacrifice a day of Christmas vacation are treated to tours of area businesses, an opportunity to meet with local firm representatives, and a networking social with alumni. On Jan. 11, we’re sponsoring an Alumni Night with Ronny Turiaf and his New York Knicks taking on the Blazers. Ronny will join us for a post-game Q&A, talking about his life in professional sports. With basketball season comes a chance for Zags to gather again for game watches at Broadway Grill & Brewery. Also, plans are under way for a Zag Family Bowling Event in April, so watch for details. Contact John Timm, firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.288.8818. SALT LAKE CITY Thanks to everyone who made the Salt Lake City Chapter’s kickoff picnic a success last summer. We had about 40 people and, despite a torrential downpour, still managed to eat, mingle and have fun. We are excited to have so many Bulldogs in the area. The Salt Lake City Chapter is for all those within 90 miles of Salt Lake. From Wendover, Nev., to Evanston, Wyo., to the Utah-Idaho border and Nephi, Utah, you’re included. In coming months we’ll plan a networking event and community service project, with game watches too, of course. We’re seeking ideas for events and good places to hold them. The Salt Lake Chapter is about six months old; all are welcome to contact Dawn Emery, email@example.com or 801.835.8192. SPOKANE The Spokane Chapter has hosted several wine-tastings in the last two years attracting more than 300 alumni and friends. We’ll focus on the Valentine’s Day tastings, since we have one coming up. The first year featured Nodland Cellars, with Tim (’91 J.D.) and Tracey Nodland hosting. The second event, in February 2010, featured Justin Wylie (’96) of Va Piano vineyards – and a wine called “Aloysius.” Stay tuned for details of the upcoming 2011 Valentine’s Day event. As long as we have alumni making fine wines, we’ll keep organizing Spokane Chapter tastings. Contact Rol Herriges, firstname.lastname@example.org. TO BE CONTINUED … Father Tony Lehmann, S.J., beloved alumni chaplain, often ended conversations with the phrase “To be continued…” This column honors his memory. FATHER LOUIS H. ST. MARIE, S.J., quickly became a close friend when I began working in Gonzaga’s Art Department in 1983. Every time my frustrations mounted because I had encountered another roadblock while trying to move the program to a higher level, the ‘Saint’ would stop by to visit and help me see the issues more clearly and work them out with a little less intensity. He had a wonderful calmness about him and an ability to make things seem less complex and overwhelming than I had first thought. It was also a great treat to simply visit with him. He had accumulated a vast amount of visual images in his head over the years that he had worked in art. It was very rare that I could name a painting, sculpture or building from antiquity that he didn’t immediately recall and offer some bits of information that increased my knowledge of the subject. In the spring of 1987, I was trying to decide which three ceramic pieces I would submit to jury for a Washington-Oregon all-media show to be held at the Maryhill Museum of Art. I had about a dozen pieces sitting about the studio and had narrowed the field down to two pieces that I was very confident about getting into the show. Of the two, I was particularly proud of one that I felt really represented successfully the research I had been engaged in to that date. My difficulty was in selecting a third piece that had a chance of being selected. Fr. St. Marie asked why I had weeded out a large bottle that was now sitting on a back table. I explained that the piece was a fairly new direction in finish and highly experimental in shape. It didn’t have the strength of presentation that my final choices exhibited. Completely counter to the demeanor I was used to experiencing from Fr. St. Marie, he loudly exclaimed, “That bottle is the best piece you have done. Send it! The one you believe to be the strongest won’t even be in the show.” I included the bottle as one of the three I would enter. I received the jurors’ notice a few weeks later. The piece I knew to be my strongest was rejected. The jar Fr. St. Marie ordered me to send was selected and given the most prominent location in the show. The other piece was accepted but placed behind a column and poorly lit. Fr. St. Marie died during the run of the show. I was on vacation in the Ozarks and didn’t get official notice of his death until I returned to Spokane. When I went to Maryhill Museum to get my work at the close of the show, I walked in and saw the St. Marie jar. It was no longer mine. I brought it back to Spokane and asked Fr. Peter Ely if he would accept Fr. St. Marie’s jar for the Jesuit Community. Fr. St. Marie’s brother, a magnificent carpenter, made the stand for the jar and the Jesuit Community included a perfect site for display when the new addition to Jesuit House was built. I am and will be forever grateful to the Jesuit Community for the continued recognition of such a fine person as the Saint. AFTER CHAIRING THE ART DEPARTMENT FOR 23 YEARS, PROFESSOR TERRY GIEBER NOW DEVOTES HIS ENERGY TO HIS STUDENTS AND HIS OWN ARTWORK. For more, go to gonzaga.edu/magazine. ONE ARTIST MINISTERS TO ANOTHER: THE ORIGINS OF THE FATHER ST. MARIE JAR BY TERRY GIEBER TO THIS DAY, THE FATHER ST. MARIE JAR IS DISPLAYED IN JESUIT HOUSE. 502 E. BOONE AVE., SPOKANE, WA 99258-0098 “THE REAL MEASURE OF A JESUIT UNIVERSITY IS NOT WHAT OUR STUDENTS DO, BUT WHO THEY BECOME.” SUPERIOR GENERAL PETER-HANS KOLVENBACH, S.J. PLEASE REMEMBER GONZAGA IN YOUR WILL. CONTACT THE OFFICE OF PLANNED GIVING. 800.388.0881 | gonzaga.edu/plannedgiving.