The Kinkaid School Magazine Winter 2013
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WINTER 2013 Kinkaidâ€™s tradition of honor, service and sacrifice THE KINKAID SCHOOL From the Headmaster K inkaid has long valued service to others. Mrs. Kinkaid particularly respected service to country. Following the end of World War I, Mrs. Kinkaid invited several veterans to her school so that her students could thank and honor these soldiers for their service. She sought, of course, not simply to express appreciation to these returning soldiers but also to teach her students something about the sacrifices these soldiers and others had made in the service of their country. On the outside wall of the Commons near the entrance to the Bookstore there are two plaques honoring Kinkaid men who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of their country in World War II and in the Vietnam War. This edition of the Kinkaid magazine highlights a number of younger Kinkaidians who have recently completed, or are continuing, their service to country. Some have attended one of the service academies, and others enlisted in the military directly. The School is proud of them all. Like Mrs. Kinkaid, we believe it appropriate to honor their service, and we also believe their examples can teach our current students important lessons. “ through the years who have devoted significant time and energies to serving others and to leading others in service is admirable. One of these students, First Lieutenant Hannah Rosenthal (Kinkaid Class of 2006 and United States Military Academy Class of 2010) spoke to the Kinkaid Upper School in late October. Lt. Rosenthal had recently returned from a seven-month tour in Afghanistan where she led a platoon of unmanned vehicle pilots and also had oversight of efforts to find and eliminate Improvised Explosive Devices. She talked to our Upper School students about her own journey, weaving into her excellent remarks advice about the importance of physically seeing the world outside the United States, of engaging in some work or activity completely different from one’s normal experience, and of service to others. That service need not be military, Lt. Rosenthal The number of affirmed, but reminded our students that the privileges they enjoy should encourage them to find Kinkaid alumni meaningful ways of serving others. Captain Andrew Watt (Kinkaid Class of 2004 and United States Naval Academy Class of 2008), who also returned recently from a seven-month tour in Afghanistan where he led a platoon of Marines in intelligence gathering operations, spoke to seniors two weeks later on Alumni Leadership Day, encouraging them to seek out leadership opportunities in whatever field they pursued. First Lieutenant Rosenthal’s message about service to others and Captain Watt’s encouragement about leadership are right on the mark. The number of Kinkaid alumni through the years who have devoted significant time and energies to serving others and to leading others in service is admirable. We are proud of and grateful to our alumni who have served in the military, in the Peace Corps, in Teach for America, and in a number of other service organizations. ” I hope you will enjoy reading in this edition of the Kinkaid magazine the profiles of recent alumni who have served their country in the military. SAVE THE DATE May 5, 2013 Honoring Don North Hope you can join us for a special event planned on Sunday, May 5, 2013 to celebrate Headmaster Don North’s 17 years of great leadership and many contributions to Kinkaid. Don is retiring on July 1, 2013 after 44 years in independent school education as a teacher, coach, principal, and headmaster. The event, which will feature student performances and surprise guests, will take place at 4 p.m. in The Brown Auditorium of The Lenny C. Katz Performing Arts Center. Invitations will be mailed in April. WINTER 2013 Contents 2 Around Campus 2 3 4 6 Campus Digest 2012 Book Fair Fall 2012 Notable Visitors Service Projects WINTER 2013 9 1906 Society 12 Feature: Kinkaid Serves 18 20 21 24 25 47 Fine Arts Debate Athletics Staff Spotlight Alumni News Annual Report Will Harper ‘99 in Afghanistan Headmaster Don North (r) meets with Dr. Andy Martire, Kinkaid’s next Head of School, during his December trip to Houston to get more acquainted with the School, his new colleagues and our students. Dr. Martire will assume his new role in July 2013. 5 12 Lt. Hannah Rosenthal ’06 and 2nd grade student Hannah Jamail Herrick interact following Hannah’s presentation at the Upper School assembly. ABOUT THE COVER: 21 18 Scan this code to access Kinkaid’s YouTube channel, and view stories from this issue, including presentations by Coach Bob Hurley, Lt. Hannah Rosenthal and Captain Andrew Watt. THE KINKAID MAGAZINE IS A PUBLICATION OF THE ADVANCEMENT OFFICE OF THE KINKAID SCHOOL Tom Moore Director of Advancement firstname.lastname@example.org Emily Wynne Bolin ‘82 Annual Find Manager email@example.com Renee Brownman Publication Project Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Jennifer Gould Parent Liaison and Volunteer Coordinator email@example.com Andrea Ibarra Gift Records Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Leslie Roemer Labanowski ‘02 Alumni Activities Manager email@example.com Jennifer Pardee Major Gifts Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Georgia Piazza Special Event and Electronic Communications Manager email@example.com Cindy Van Keppel Advancement Assistant firstname.lastname@example.org Do you have historic film footage of the Kinkaid School? Would you be willing to share it with the school archives? We are seeking historic footage of athletics, arts, and other school events for a project on the history of the Kinkaid School. Please contact school archivist Fiona de Young at (713) 243-6523 or email@example.com. 1 Photography contributed by David Shutts THE KINKAID SCHOOL Campus Digest Faculty & Staff Honors Director of Career Development Judy Muir has published a book, Live Wires: Neuro-Parenting to Ignite Your Teen’s Brain. Upper School science teacher Christina Zeigler has received a 2012 Distinguished Alumnus Award from Texas Southern University. Middle School debate (and Upper School government) teacher Stacy Thomas was a Houston area nominee for a teacher of the year award at this year’s Texas Speech Communication Association convention. Upper School English teacher Christa Forster is involved in “City Council Meeting,” a performance project in which audience members participate as mayor and city council members. The production was done through DiverseWorks and took place November 1-3. Upper School Latin teacher James Houlihan has two poems in the latest issue of Vates: The Journal of New Latin Poetry. His original Latin poems are followed by English translations. Sasha Busa ’20, Amy Ho ’19, David Liang ’18, and Katie Fusillo ’17 won first place in the Fall 2012 Pen Power Super Hero Short Story Contest. Christopher Combs ’16 received an Honorable Mention Award in the NATO Crisis Committee at the Central Texas Model United Nations Conference in October. Jared Edelman ’18 was the winner of the Kinkaid School Store’s 2012 National Student Day essay contest summarizing his participation in the “Hearts, Hot Wheels ‘n Hoops” tournament benefiting the Berry children. Mason Nome ’19 is now ranked #4 in the world on the Junior Golf Scoreboard for class of 2019. Over the summer, he won the 56th Annual Texas-Oklahoma Golf Tournament in Wichita Falls, the 39th Annual Pepsi Little People’s Tournament where he made a hole in one, and the US Kids Golf Texas State Championship. Megan Pearson ’13 won the Dokuga Awards’ 1st place Best Canon and 1st place Best Serialization for Contact, her fanfiction based on Rumiko Takahashi’s InuYasha. Her fanfiction has been read by more than 600,000 readers. School Honors The Interscholastic League Press Conference, the Journalism arm of the University Interscholastic League, has given the Kinkaidian the Award of Distinguished Merit in recognition of outstanding achievement and leadership in the field of scholastic journalism. This recognition, the equivalent of a first place rating at the state level, is awarded to the top 15 percent of scholastic yearbooks. Student Honors Selim Baysal ’14 was awarded the Best International Court of Justice Judge Award at the Central Texas Model United Nations Conference in October. National Student Day winner Jared Edelman ‘18 competes in the tournament Kinkaid Alumna and Administrator Honored at National Philanthropy Day Emily Crosswell ’59, and Director of Advancement Tom Moore were honored on November 15 at the National Philanthropy Day Luncheon sponsored by the Greater Houston Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals. A dedicated volunteer for many Houston organizations, Emily was named Outstanding Community Volunteer of the Year. Emily has chaired many volunteer activities at Kinkaid, including the Centennial Celebration and Field Day. Now in his 31st year in fundraising, the last 12 with Kinkaid, Tom was named Outstanding Fund Raising Executive of the Year. In their acceptance remarks, both Emily and Tom thanked the Kinkaid community for its generosity and support, and for its role in honoring them. The NPD Luncheon, which attracted over 1,000 attendees, recognizes those who contribute their time, talents, financial support and other resources to Houston’s non-profit community. Emily Crosswell ‘59 (l), receives her NPD award from Chevron Executive Joni Baird 2 Kinkaid Trustee Abbott Sprague (l) congratulates Tom Moore at NPD Luncheon AROUND ATHLETICS CAMPUS ANNUAL REPORT WINTER 2013 2012 Book Fair THANK YOU! Our 62nd annual Book Fair was an amazing success. We had nine Visiting Authors – many with ties to Kinkaid. Over 300 families joined the fun for Family Night, catered once again by Palazzo’s. Named by contest winner Tristan Riley ’22, Kinkaid’s giant bookworm, Gurple, debuted on the scene. Many thanks to Book Fair Chairs Melissa Schnitzer (2012), Carmen Cooper (2013) and Laura Kelsey ’92 (2014) and their team of over 80 wonderful volunteers. See you next year! 2012 Chair 2013 Chair Melissa Schnitzer Carmen Cooper 2014 Chair Laura Kelsey Adult Paperbacks Alix Nakfoor, Mary Eliza Shaper, Kristen Buck, Joy Randall Best Sellers/Hardbacks Joy Yeager, Jana Wells, Shana Burrow, Margaret Totz Billing Michele Clements, Gina Lamme Calendars/Games Jessica Jacobe, Cathy Watson Cashiers Angie Reckling, Christine Williams, Jennifer Brown, Ellie Bale, Amy Watson Cookbooks Judy Ann McCartney, Tiffany Smith, Laura Jeckovich Faculty Recommendations LS – Elizabeth Hogan, Jill Holstead, Courtney Swanson MS – Ellen Wagnon, Janet Cravens US– Debbie Greenbaum, Sharon Hamat Family Night Karen Horne, Jill Rome, Marlee Sikes Friends of Library LS – Kim Altsuler, Leisa Dillon, Betsy Siff MS – Robin Chandler, Dana Oster US – Kim Adkins Gift Books/Gardening Cheryl Monteith, Elizabeth Moore Arnold, Ruth Gay, Shawnna Fatjo Gift Wrap Melissa Ison, Anita Gaylor Grandparent Donations Martha Kirkwood, Nicole Gibson Hospitality Kim Deal, Jolynn Towns, Mary Smith, Gail Orr Humor/Sports/Travel Mimi Marix, April Abello, Kim Schuenemann Inventory Marie McAuley, Pat Johnson Library Volunteers: Pre K - 2nd – Kristen Weber, Laura Ruthven, Kim Klevenhagen, Julie Peacock, Jill Josephson 3rd - 4th – Rachel Lawrence, Katherine Jones, Nancy DeWalch 5th - 6th – Sarah Cooper, Debbie Pakzaban 7th - 8th – Katherine Tower, Robin Burke Set-Up/Decorations Karen Baerenstecher, Betsy Stukalin Signs Cindy Hanan, Kimberly Van Belle-Ebel Special Events Becky Pivec Student Selections: LS – Libbye Morrell, Mary Johnson MS– Ally Jafarnia, Maryam Mireskandari US – Diana Anderson, Emily Sullivan Visiting Authors Volunteer Coordinator Sandra Langford Jill Deutser Kinkaid Librarians: US – Dorian Myers, Sharon Reed & Fiona de Young MS – Judy Baldwin & Judann Luening LS – Elizabeth Holloway, Crystal Walker 3 THE KINKAID SCHOOL Fall 2012 Notable Visitors Jeffrey Gettleman Bettie J. Graham Bettie J. Graham, Ph.D. spoke to 7th grade Life Science classes this November. Dr. Graham earned her Ph.D. in virology from Houston’s Baylor College of Medicine, is a seven-time winner of the National Institute of Health’s Director’s Award, and currently works for the National Human Genome Institute. She spoke with the students about career choices in science and gave them tips for becoming a “real-world” scientist. Jeffrey Gettleman (foreground) in Somalia On November 9, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Jeffrey Gettleman, spent the day at Kinkaid. Mr. Gettleman is the East Africa Bureau Chief for The New York Times and has reported from Africa and the Middle East. In the morning he addressed the Upper School student body and told riveting stories about his reporting from some of the most dangerous places in the world and how he came up with the stories for which he won the Pulitzer Prize. He also told about his harrowing abduction by and subsequent escape from jihadists in Fallujah, Iraq. He then met with a small group of students, including those working on the School’s newspaper, for a question-and-answer session, in which he discussed the art of getting a story and the challenges of high-tech journalism under primitive and dangerous conditions. Mr. Gettleman returned to Africa and is currently filing articles for the Times from the middle of the chaos of Goma in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which has erupted yet again into an all-out civil war. Numerous students commented that Mr. Gettleman was one of the best speakers they had ever heard at Kinkaid. They were inspired by his personal journey of becoming a journalist and the risks that he took in order to report stories in dangerous parts of the world. Sarah Bunk, William Owens, Robert W. Smith and Fred Angerstein William Owens and Robert W. Smith William Owens and Robert W. Smith brought their talents as guest conductors to the Kinkaid Band this fall. Owens’ compositions are performed worldwide and appear on required music lists nationally and abroad. His mission is simple; to provide music that brings joy to performer and listener alike. Smith is one of the most popular and prolific composers of concert band and orchestral literature in America today. His original works for winds and percussion have been programmed by countless military, university, and high school bands throughout the United States and the world. Jason Robert Brown In early November, Kinkaid was treated to a two-day visit from composer Jason Robert Brown, hailed as “one of Broadway’s smartest and most sophisticated songwriters since Stephen Sondheim” (Philadelphia Inquirer). Mr. Brown’s visit included master voice classes with upper and middle school students and a performance/lecture to the entire Upper School. His visit came on the heels of Encore’s performance of one of his most acclaimed musicals, Songs for A New World. “Working with Jason Robert Brown was an amazing opportunity that I will surely never forget,” said Encore member Isabelle Detmering ’14. “He gave me a lot of really helpful feedback and I loved getting to watch him work with my peers.” 4 AROUND ATHLETICS CAMPUS ANNUAL REPORT WINTER 2013 McMillan Character Education Speaker Series Gifford Nielsen, Coach Bob Hurley O n September 12, the Kinkaid Community welcomed Hall of Fame Basketball Coach Bob Hurley as the 2012 McMillan Character Education Speaker. Bob Hurley is the head basketball coach at St. Anthony High School in Jersey City, NJ. Hurley has won over 26 state championships and has more than 1000 wins in his 40+ years as a coach. Hurley is the father of Bobby Hurley Jr., former point guard for Duke University and the Sacramento Kings and now associate head coach at the University of Rhode Island, and Danny Hurley, currently the head basketball coach at the University of Rhode Island. Through a question and answer format moderated by former KHOU-TV Sports Director Gifford Nielsen, Coach Hurley spoke to an audience of parents, students, alumni and friends about his experiences teaching and coaching players from the inner city, having his sons follow in his coaching footsteps and a few reflections on his documentary, The Street Stops Here, that focused on his basketball program at St. Anthony. Coach Hurley also spoke to the Upper School Assembly the next morning on finding your passion and what drives you. He shared examples from his former players and sons’ childhoods, to which the student body could definitely relate. The McMillan Character Education Speaker Series is funded by the Hrncir Family – Betty, John, Trent ’99 and Garrett. The series is named in honor of legendary Kinkaid teacher and coach Garry McMillan. To watch the evening with Coach Hurley and the Upper School Assembly, please visit Kinkaid’s YouTube Channel. Bob Hurley Coach Garry McMillan, Betty and John Hrncir, and Coach Bob Hurley 5 THE KINKAID SCHOOL Middle Schoolers Make a Difference at Day of Service On October 16th, Kinkaid 7th and 8th graders made a difference in the lives of thousands of Houstonians by participating in a Middle School Day of Service. T • • • • • • • • • he students worked to tackle hunger, build literacy, and bring companionship to elderly, homeless, and special needs individuals across the city. Grouped by advisory and led by their faculty advisors, teams of students boarded buses in the morning and headed to sites such as: Baker-Ripley Elementary School to read and discuss books with elementary students The River, a program of Theatre Under the Stars, to create stage sets for performances by special-needs children Houston Food Bank to assemble packages of meals for Houstonians Salvation Army Harbor Light to sing, socialize, prepare and serve lunch to patrons Senior Brunch to socialize, play games, and serve brunch to local senior citizens KIPP Sharp to read and discuss books with kindergarten students Salvation Army William Booth Center to play BINGO with the senior citizens Avondale House to bowl and have a pizza party with autistic students The Center to read, play games, and garden with clients with developmental disabilities Although the Middle School has offered a Day of Service for many years, the program was re-designed and expanded this year to give students a better understanding of the causes they were addressing. In the week before the event, students met in their advisories to discuss social issues, to explore ways to help, and to recognize the importance of treating all people with respect, regardless of their needs. When the big day arrived, students were eager to get involved. Middle School Principal Barry Spiers explained, “The new design made a huge difference. Students were really excited about the opportunity to work side-by-side with their teachers, so excited in fact, that we had 100% attendance that day!” When the buses returned to campus, smiling students and faculty spilled out, sharing stories about the morning. Patty Edwards, who has taught Drama and Speech at Kinkaid for many years, was thrilled to have participated, proclaiming, “This was one of the most meaningful experiences I’ve ever had at Kinkaid.” Eighth-graders Anna Maria Johnson and Amanda Roff agreed. “I really loved working with my advisor,” said Anna Maria, to which Amanda added, “I just wish we could do this more than once a year!” Editor’s note: The next Day of Service, offered to 5th and 6th graders, is scheduled for February 26. Mr. Spiers is hoping for another day with 100% attendance! 6 AROUND ATHLETICS CAMPUS ANNUAL REPORT WINTER 2013 A Day of Service, A Day of “Bocce” Busy Fall for KOCI Kids KOCI Kids has had a busy and productive fall! With a very large membership — 49 second graders and 24 fourth graders — we had many hands ready to offer service to our Kinkaid community, our Houston community, our global community and our earth. This semester we made recycled notepads for every Kinkaid faculty and staff member, stapled hundreds and hundreds of ice bags for use in our two campus clinics, decorated hundreds of lunch bags for Kids’ Meals, raised over $800 in our pencil and eraser sale to benefit Kids’ Meals, and made beautiful birthday boxes for our young friends at Small Steps Nurturing Center. We also measured rice and beans into quart-sized zip-lock bags and donated them to the Fairhaven Food Pantry. In addition to all of these projects, all year we collect hotel toiletries and small kids’ meals toys to give to others. O n September 22, the Kinkaid School hosted its seventh annual Special Olympics Bocce Ball Tournament. This year, more than 180 students from Middle and Upper School came together to run the six-hour event for almost 200 Special Olympics athletes, coaches and family members. Months of planning went into organizing this student-run event, cochaired by Calin Ackerman ’13 and Win Reynolds ’13. Students managed all aspects of the tournament, including running the games, refereeing, scorekeeping, presenting awards, leading opening and closing ceremonies, hosting an Athlete’s Village, and building 24 regulation-sized bocce courts on the football field. Originated and coordinated by Kinkaid parent Sheila Mayfield, “Bocce”, as it is now called, has become an event that Kinkaidians look forward to each year. Students enjoy working together and bonding with the athletes, and they value the chance to be a leader. “I learned a lot,” said Eva Nip ’14, Facilities Co-Chair. “You have to keep a really good attitude if you are working on a court. You have to remember that the entire point of the event is to make the players happy and have a good time.” Victoria Wang ’13 and Laura Campbell ’13, Volunteer Coordination Co-Chairs, agreed. “We learned so much, especially how to be leaders among the volunteers. We love Bocce!” “Being co-chair of Bocce Ball was definitely a rewarding learning experience,” added Calin Ackerman. “Organizing the tournament really pushed me to my limits (in a good way) and made me realize that hard work really does pay off.” 7 THE KINKAID SCHOOL Falcon Spirit + Chili Cheese Dogs + Chilly, Windy Weather = D Falcon Family Feast espite the weather conditions, over 2,000 parents, current students, faculty/staff and alumni came out to party in the parking lot before the Kinkaid vs. St. Johnâ€™s Game. Kinkaidians of all ages enjoyed the famous James Coney Island dogs and danced up a storm with DJ duo before heading into Rice Stadium. A big thank you goes out to the Falcon Family Feast co-chairs Shannon Davis and Laura Grinstead, all the volunteers, and the Advancement Office for making the Feast the biggest yet! Mark your calendar for next yearâ€Śthis event is not to be missed! 8 AROUND ATHLETICS CAMPUS ANNUAL REPORT WINTER 2013 Estelle and Charlie Racusin, Anita Wilson Marcy Duncan, Cathy and Ed Frank ‘68 Keith Rae, Don North The 1906 Society Celebration A reception honoring the inaugural members of The 1906 Society was held on November 29th at Houston Country Club. Launched this year, The 1906 Society is named for Kinkaid’s founding year and recognizes donors whose Annual Fund gifts (each year) are at the Pacesetter Level ($3000) and above. The evening was a festive celebration that will now become a new Kinkaid tradition. The event was hosted by the Board of Trustees and Annual Fund Trustee Chair Ed Frank ’68 and his wife Cathy. Mr. Frank and Headmaster Don North spoke to the guests about the importance of The 1906 Society and thanked them for their generous support. Mr. Frank mentioned, “Many donors decided to increase their gift to join The 1906 Society when they learned that $3,000 represents the approximate difference between the amount of tuition and the actual cost of education per student.” “We are delighted with the response from the Kinkaid community as nearly 200 families already have joined The 1906 Society.” added Mr. North. “Many of these donors are current parents, and several alumni, grandparents and parents of alumni also have joined.” It is not too late to become a member for the 2012-2013 Annual Fund year! For more information, please contact Emily Bolin, Annual Fund Manager, at 713-243-5098. Final payment is not due until July 31, 2013. Lynn and Bill Rafferty 9 Les Ballard, Ed Frank ‘68 THE KINKAID SCHOOL Visual Arts & Photography Awards 2012 Fall ATPI Photography Contest Nate Freeman ’14 1st place in the Advanced Nature category and 1st place in Advanced Time Exposure category. Griffith Greer ’14 1st place and Honorable Mention in Advanced Still Life Selim Baysal ’14 Honorable Mention in Advanced Nature and Honorable Mention in Advanced Architecture Annie Cathriner ’13 2nd place in Advanced Cell Phone In the Advanced Division, Honorable Mention recipients were Amy Das ’15 in Cell Phone, Sofia Leon ’14 in Thematic, and Andrew Manias ’14 in Open. In the Beginning Division, Halle Brazda ’16 won 3rd in Time Exposure and Honorable Mention in Still Life, Morgan Daniel ’16 received 2nd in Still Life, Amy Drews ’16 won Honorable Mention in Still Life, and Jack Faulkner ’15 received Honorable Mention in Open. Photo Gallery 3rd Grade Grandparents’ Day Christine Bain Williams ‘90, Blake Williams, Pat Lucas, Michelle Bain and Mary Blake Williams ’22 Band/Choir Awards ATTSSB ALL-REGION BAND Photo by Nate Freeman Upper and Middle School Band members competed in the ATSSB AllRegion Band auditions this fall. They competed against students in area public and private schools. The following students have won chairs in the honor bands and participated in a clinic with composers Robert W. Smith and William Owens. Upper School students listed in bold print have qualified to compete for All-State honors in January. Paula Ajumobi ’15 Jake Lipman ’16 Bass Clarinet 1st Alternate Alto Saxophone Jackson Baur ’16 Tuba Neeshali Odhav ’16 Flute James Bay ’16 1st Alternate Drew Perlman ’15 Trombone Percussion Carolyn Bell ’15 Faizan Razak ’16 Clarinet Bass Trombone Horatiu Calin ’15 George Randt ’12 Principal Chair Euphonium Bass Clarinet Charlie Raty ’14 Hannah Cooper ’17 Percussion Clarinet Stuart Raty ’16 Willy DuCharme ’17 Trumpet Principal Chair Alondra Reyes ’16 Tenor Saxophone Clarinet Nicholas Fernandez ’16 Reed Sellers ’13 Flute Bassoon Claudia Glickman ’15 Thomas Sellers ’17 Flute Bassoon Kirk Hachigian ’17 Mitali Sharma ’17 Trumpet Principal Chair Nicholas Ho ’15 Alto Clarinet French Horn Tarun Srinivasan ’16 Saef Iftikhar ’17 Clarinet Percussion Caroline Talbert ’14 Zaid Kajani ’14 – Tenor Saxophone 1st Alternate Daniel Vernik ’16 Percussion Tuba Kunal Kumar ’15 Grace Wang ’14 Clarinet Flute 10 Maria Yousuf, Jahani Yousuf , Shenila Cochinwala, Asif Cochinwala, Ali Yousuf ’22, Omar Cochinwala ’22, and Arsalan Saeed ’22 Daniel Weiner ’14 Principal Chair Baritone Saxophone Mareah Younes ’15 Flute Eric Yu ’15 Clarinet 2013 TMEA ALL-STATE ORCHESTRA Nathan Lo ’14 Cello Kayla Raizner ’14 Violin Carolyn Hamilton, Carlos Hamilton, Tricia Hamilton Dewhurst ’85 and Carolyn Bivins ’22 CONCERT CHOIR Seniors Kate Bentsen, Garrett Hahn and Claire Hamrick have been named to the 2013 Texas Private School Music Educators Association (TPSMEA) AllState Choir. Only 180 singers from across the state of Texas were chosen for the All-State Choir so this is quite an honor! Members of the Grille Team at Falcon football games Bubba Vandiver ‘82, Marc Oster ‘83, Jeff Friedman, David Oelman ‘83 and Kirk Higby AROUND ATHLETICS CAMPUS ANNUAL REPORT WINTER 2013 Rachel Soderstrom ‘14 Mary Kate Cornett ‘24 Hispanic Heritage Month Activities Around Campus ational Hispanic Heritage Month is observed from September 15 to October 15 in the United States, when people recognize the contributions of Hispanic Americans to the United States and celebrate the group’s heritage and culture. Hispanic Heritage activities featured the country of Costa Rica this year, where ten Kinkaid students will go on a full immersion homestay during Interim Term. N Activities around campus during the month included a delicious Costa Rican breakfast for faculty and staff and a Zumba dance class attended by more than 50 students. The final event was the eighth annual “Mercado Latino” which was coordinated through the continued leadership of our parents Mrs. León, Mrs. Silva and Mrs. Pearlman Morales. This year UNICEF will receive more than two thousand dollars because of the students’ generous participation. Retired Faculty and Staff Holiday Luncheon A record number of retired faculty and staff attended their annual Holiday Luncheon on December 4. The festive occasion included an update on Kinkaid happenings, greetings from current faculty, and plenty of reminiscing. Barbara Miller, Martha Lein, Kay Lamar, Jennifer Moore and Maria Lacy Back Row: John Germann, Martin Caylor, Barbara Graham Williams, Lynn Meyer Fort ‘68, Jeanie Binns, Ruth Ereli, Gilberto Martinez, Bette Werlin, Bill McKinley, Susan Orwig, Bill Glick, Bettie Hankamer, Susan Santangelo and Charlotte Smith Middle Row: Sue Silvey, Caro Ann Germann, Cathy Odom, Kay Lamar, Joan Seale, Maria Lacy and Sally Horrigan Front Row: Jo Helland, Barbara Miller, Alicia Woodhams, Martha Lein and Debby Leven John Germann, Martin Caylor and Debby Leven 11 THE KINKAID SCHOOL Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You... Honor, Service and Sacrifice are Embedded in the Kinkaid Tradition Contributed by Charlie Scott, Upper School English Teacher 12 WINTER 2013 T he history of The Kinkaid School is filled with honored and acclaimed graduates who have distinguished themselves as celebrated statesmen, business visionaries, cutting-edge doctors, sagacious attorneys, and the like. So one might be forgiven if the following names are not immediately recognizable as some of the School’s most distinguished alumni: James E. Anderson Jr., John Winston Booker, Fred Borsodi, William Stamps Farish Jr., Lamar Fleming III, A. Ryland Howard, Gaither L. Jones Jr., Dick Mayo Lykes, George Kidd Perkins, James Randall Harrell, and Philip Thomas Smith. Yet one would be hard-pressed to imagine a more distinguished group of former Kinkaidians or one more deserving of our thanks. For, you see, these 11 gentlemen were each former students who went on to serve their country in the military and who tragically, paid the “ultimate price.” You can find these names emblazoned on two rectangular bronze plaques situated on the brick wall of the Center for Student Life, Fine Arts and Administration near the shade trees and Snyder Fountain of The Lawrence Quadrangle. Anderson, Booker, Borsodi, Farish, Fleming, Howard, Jones, Lykes, and Perkins all performed their military duty in World War II; Harrell and Smith in Vietnam. And even though both of those military operations seem part of the distant past, that fact does not mean that the students who currently walk the halls of Kinkaid have turned their backs on serving their country. In fact, since the “9/11” terrorist attacks, a number of Kinkaid alumni have dedicated themselves to military service. This past November, one of these recent alums, Lt. Hannah Rosenthal ’06, returned to the Kinkaid campus to visit friends and teachers and spend some time speaking to the current crop of upper school students. Just back stateside from a ground deployment in Afghanistan, Rosenthal had been living on a base of about 1,500 personnel, of which only about 30 were women. Moreover, she is acting as the commander of an all-male platoon specializing in army intelligence, surveillance and drone observations. 13 THE KINKAID SCHOOL Lt. Hannah Rosenthal ‘06 (right) commanded a platoon in Afghanistan. ot bad at all for a former Kinkaid student who was known during her high school years for interests like cross country running, soccer and creative writing. In fact, Rosenthal not only graduated in 2010 from West Point, but she was a double major in both English and Arabic – not exactly fields of study one associates with military training. While on the Kinkaid campus, Rosenthal spoke with great charisma, intelligence and passion about her work in Afghanistan both with her fellow soldiers and the Afghani people; about her love for and fond memories of her Kinkaid teachers and coaches like Martha Brousseau, Cheryl Mitchell, Angélique Jamail and Kate Lambert; and about the great support network among the students here at Kinkaid with regard to accomplishing and setting goals and simply getting through the arduous daily routine of a top-notch college prep school. N “Kinkaid exists only Treadway claims that he sees evidence of the benefits of his years at Kinkaid every single day, and he has certainly put his Kinkaid experience to more than good use. He graduated from West Point in 2009 as an officer in the Armor Branch (tanks and cavalry) and served a year-long stint “on the ground” in Afghanistan leading a platoon scout unit as part of the In fact, one of the friends whom Rosenthal credits Apache Troop, 4th Squadron, 4th US Cavalry with being instrumental in encouraging her to atRegiment. From February through December tend West Point is William Treadway ’05. Unlike 2011, his unit had almost daily direct contact Rosenthal, however, Treadway had long made up with Taliban forces. Treadway has now been his mind to pursue a military career before arriving — Will Harper ’99 redeployed since this past January at Fort Riley, at Kinkaid as a freshman in August of 2001. He Kansas, and is serving there as an Executive remembers vividly hearing the news of the “9/11” Officer for C Troop. He just recently made Captain and will soon attacks when he and his classmates were on their bus ride back to Houston from their Freshman Retreat at Camp Champions. attend the Army’s Captains’ Career Course. because previous generations made the high sacrifices necessary to ensure that the stability and prosperity on which Kinkaid depends would be present for future generations. Treadway cites several key components of the School’s environment that helped solidify his goals, namely the patience and teaching ability of his football coach Garry McMillan; the great supportive friendships he formed with classmates like William Doggett, Will Thanheiser and George Foulard; and the classroom training and attention he received from faculty members like Nancy Eason and John Germann and Upper School Principal Mickey Saltman. ” 14 ——— Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You ——— WINTER 2013 Another Will, Will Harper ’99, served for over five years on active duty with the United States Navy, eventually attaining the rank of Lieutenant. And even though he is no longer affiliated with the military – after finishing up an MBA at UT in early 2012, he now works for a start-up software company in Austin – his service years have given him a host of memories: gliding through the Straits of Gibraltar on the deck of an aircraft carrier, walking through an ice-cold downpour in Qatar simply to find a restroom, and listening to Patsy Cline while convoying at 11,000 feet above sea-level through the Salang Tunnel in Parwan. In reflecting on his initial decision to enlist in the military, Harper not only cites the influence of teachers and classmates at Kinkaid, but also references a broader sense of commitment and obligation that he discovered within himself, recognizing that… “Kinkaid exists only because previous generations made the high sacrifices necessary to ensure that the stability and prosperity on which Kinkaid depends would be present for future generations. For me this recognition reinforced my initial decision to serve and served as a constant source of motivation as my career progressed.” It’s a lesson and perspective that Harper is both thankful for, in terms of his own life and choices, and, he hopes, will be passed on to future young men and women who are privileged enough to call the Kinkaid campus home. Another alumnus, James Eilers ’06, was recently back on the Kinkaid campus, stopping by during the week leading up to the football game with St. John’s. James’ “big news” was his engagement to Kinkaid classmate Lindsay Floyd, but he also had just returned from spending the better part of 2012 in the Persian Gulf. During his campus visit, he was most eloquent about his service, his work, his career and the part Kinkaid played in bringing all these items together. For Eilers, the particular rigor, discipline and intellectual and physical stamina required in his military training were all qualities that he had initially encountered in his many years as a Kinkaid “Lifer”. Eilers enrolled in the Naval ROTC program at Georgia Tech University, where he majored in Computer Science, and now uses his academic background to serve his country. Currently, he is an EOD (Explosive Ordinance Disposal) Specialist for the United States Navy and works with a team de-activating explosives that have either malfunctioned and/or been left on the battlefield or underwater or that have been improvised from more rudimentary, “homemade” components (the IEDs or infamous Improvised Explosive Devices that are so common in both Iraq and Afghanistan – think The Hurt Locker). Obviously, it’s dangerous work, but it is also work that creates a massively strong bond among team members and is enormously valued and appreciated, both by fellow soldiers and by the citizens of the countries where he is deployed. Eilers, moreover, is not finished with his aspirations. Someday, he hopes to use his training with the Navy to help propel him in the direction of NASA and becoming an astronaut. Perhaps another “first” for a Kinkaid graduate is already in the works. These four alumni are just a few of the many who, since 9/11, have served in our nation’s armed forces, are currently serving or are preparing for active duty. And we certainly should not overlook others in this distinguished group, including Jon Araujo ’02, Cliff Schroff ’02, Adam Huber ’03, Andrew Watt ’04, Carter Brown ’06, Jonathan Powell ’06, Zach West ’06, Neil Howell ’09, Brian Perlman ’09 and Michael Flatter ’11. This particular Kinkaid tradition shows no signs of letting up. Kinkaid is proudly carrying forward its own tradition in this arena as its most recent alumni are utilizing their school’s unique educational environment to propel themselves into a lifetime of service via our nation’s military. 15 THE KINKAID SCHOOL Lt. Will Treadway ‘05 interacts in Afghanistan T hree current Kinkaid Upper Schoolers – senior Tommy McAuley, junior Jared Feig and sophomore Stephen Sorrell – have each shown interest in applying to one of the military academies for their college years. McAuley, in fact, has already applied to West Point and is busy getting all the other requirements of such an application completed. His participation in several of the past summers in the West Point campus’ training program for prospective students was a huge deciding factor in his eventual decision to apply. This week-long program offers interested students the opportunity to get an in depth idea of what life would be like as a cadet. This past summer, McAuley not only underwent the rigorous fitness program and “test” that is required of all service academy applicants, but he also took courses in social sciences, behavioral sciences, and leadership and ethics that were taught by the school’s professors. McAuley feels that his training and work as an Eagle Scout, as well as the camaraderie and inspiration derived from his years in the classroom at Kinkaid and on the athletic fields, have directly contributed and led to his decision to give his life this particular, service-oriented focus. Lt. Hannah Rosenthal ‘06 with her parents, Gary and Lee Rosenthal 16 ——— Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You ——— WINTER 2013 After sharing his military experiences with the current senior class at the 2012 Alumni Leadership Day on November 16th, Andrew Watt ‘04 spends time with his mother Mary Watt, his sister Christina Watt and his father Dick Watt. Towards the end of Steven Spielberg’s film Saving Private Ryan, as the platoon prepares to defend a bombed out city and its strategically placed bridge against an impending enemy attack, there is a very tender moment between Private Ryan (played by Matt Damon) and the commander of his “rescue” platoon, Captain Miller (played by Tom Hanks). As the two are talking casually about home and family and random memories, Ryan suddenly, happily, realizes something special about Miller. “You’re a teacher,” he says. And Miller acknowledges that, yes, back home that’s exactly what he is. An English teacher, in fact. The vital link between key leadership positions in the military and what goes on in classrooms and on the playing fields with teachers and coaches and the young students and athletes they instruct and lead should never be lost. Moreover, Kinkaid is proudly carrying forward its own tradition in this arena as some of its most recent alumni are utilizing their school’s unique educational environment to propel themselves into a lifetime of service via our nation’s military. The school can have no prouder heritage to celebrate, acknowledge, and remember. Always and unfailingly. Neil Howell ‘09 (center), in Boston We have made every effort to include all Kinkaid alumni who made their decision to enter military service after 9/11. We apologize if anyone was omitted and would appreciate having their names forwarded to Alumni Activities Manager Leslie Labanowski at firstname.lastname@example.org. James Eilers ‘06 on the USS Enterprise 17 THE KINKAID SCHOOL FINE ARTS FALL REVIEW Dynamic. Colorful. Inspiring. Dance Company, Gershwin and More Upper School Orchestra Fall Concert Upper School Concert Choir performs Songs of the New World 18 FINE ARTS FALL REVIEW Acting Company, Talking With... Upper School Band Fall Concert Childrenâ€™s Theatre performs The Little Mermaid Dance Company, Gershwin and More Acting Company cast of Noises Off Margaret Kinkaid Holiday Concert 19 THE KINKAID SCHOOL Kinkaid Debate Briefs HIGH SCHOOL Debate had a successful and fun-filled semester of competition. The squad traveled throughout the country, from New York to Chicago and throughout Texas. The team was fortunate to receive success at all levels, local, regional and national, and in all events including policy, Lincoln-Douglas and public forum. Concluding the first semester, Kinkaid has two policy teams qualified for the Tournament of Champions (TOC). Kinkaid is on a path to qualify 16 students for the Texas Forensics Association State tournament, a school record. Twelve students are currently fully qualified, and four more are extremely close. Kinkaid has one of the top five teams in the country with seniors Humza Tariq and Zach Rosenthal achieving consistent national success. Glenbrooks Tournament Nov. 17-19 Policy Debate The largest and most competitive tournament in the country in the first semester Humza Tariq and Zach Rosenthal, seniors, placed 3rd out of almost 200 teams. Ben Mitchell, senior, and Ali Jamal, sophomore, placed in the top 32. Kinkaid received three of the top 20 speaker awards. Humza was awarded the 3rd overall speaker, Zach was awarded the 4th, and Ali Jamal was awarded the 14th speaker. There were almost 400 individual speakers in policy debate, and this is a truly remarkable accomplishment. Ali was also the only sophomore to receive a speaking award. University of Texas Nov. 30 – Dec. 1 The largest tournament in Texas with 110 schools representing 10 states Sweepstakes Kinkaid won the top debate sweepstakes award and 5th overall for both speech and debate, a remarkable accomplishment for a small program. Humza Tariq and Zach Rosenthal won the tournament, besting 110 other teams. Rosenthal was awarded 2nd speaker and Tariq was 4th. Policy Ben Mitchell and Ali Jamal placed 3rd by reaching the semi-finals. Jamal was 6th overall speaker. Lincoln-Douglas Public Forum Senior John Lewis placed in the top 16 out of 120 students. Awards from UT Tournament Roma Patel and Alina Valera, juniors, placed in the top 16. MIDDLE SCHOOL The Kinkaid MS debaters have enjoyed much success this fall semester resulting from their teamwork and effort. They have competed both at middle and high school level tournaments in three different formats. Students work with partners in policy and public forum debate and individually in Lincoln-Douglas debate. At high school competitions, our students face freshmen in the novice division and sophomores through seniors in the varsity division. For them to be placing among these older students is a notable accomplishment. Even more impressive is the advanced academic research our MS students are doing to prepare on a variety of topics, which so far have included: transportation infrastructure, due process rights for terrorists, global climate change, and government health care. They are learning a great deal about social issues while developing a confident voice and having fun with challenging material. Cy-Lakes HS Tournament Oct. 5-6 Varsity Policy Quarterfinals (top 8): Sabrina Bajwa/Sam Richey Klein MS Tournament Nov. 10 Lincoln-Douglas 1st place: Chris Choi Public Forum 1st place: Vishal Gupta/Sam Segal 3rd place: Kennedy Gamble/Nina Wells UT-Austin HS Tournament Nov. 30-Dec. 1 Novice Policy 1st place: Sabrina Bajwa/Sam Richey Kinkaid Alums Achieve Debate Honors Ryan Beiermeister ’08 was given the esteemed award of first speaker at the National Debate Tournament at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She is only the second female in the history of Northwestern University who has earned this award and the fourth woman since 1940 to receive this honor at the National Tournament. She and Layne Kirshon ’10 also received The Rex Copeland Memorial Award, given to the team with the best season long performance. JV Lincoln-Douglas 2nd place: Anvi Nandish Octofinals (top 16): Vishal Gupta Double-octos (top 32): Chris Choi & Zubair Mukhi 20 ATHLETICS WINTER 2013 Fall Sports Wrap-up FOOTBALL SEASON STATS OVERALL RECORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-3 CONFERENCE RECORD . . . . . . . . . 6-2 TEAM RANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2nd in SPC Large School playoffs ALL SPC: Seniors Matt Ellis, Macan Wilson, Mavin Saunders, Junior Thomas Dillon, Sophomore J.T. Granato CHEERLEADING SEASON STATS TEAM HONORS NCA LoneStar Classic Cheer & Dance Competition: Medium HS Performance Division – Second Place Time-out Dance Division – Second Place University of Texas UCA Camp (Varsity Division): XTreme Routine Champions Cheer Reserve Champions UNIVERSAL CHEERLEADING ASSOC. ALL-AMERICAN WINNERS Senior Christina Fondren Junior Lizzy McGee FIELD HOCKEY SEASON STATS OVERALL RECORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-2-3 CONFERENCE RECORD . . . . . . . . . 5-1 (2nd in South Zone) TEAM RANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3rd in SPC (Div. 1) ALL SPC: Seniors Carolyn Dyer, Mollie Gaylor, Anna Wittenmyer BOYS CROSS COUNTRY SEASON STATS TEAM RANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14th in SPC GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY SEASON STATS TEAM RANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4th in SPC ALL SPC: Freshman Lexie Ammons (2nd Place), Junior Courtney Greer (7th Place), Senior Dahlgren Baker (18th Place) BOYS VOLLEYBALL SEASON STATS TEAM RANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9th in SPC ALL SPC: Senior Nick Whalley GIRLS VOLLEYBALL SEASON STATS OVERALL RECORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-10 CONFERENCE RECORD . . . . . . . . . 4-3 TEAM RANK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5th ALL SPC: Sophomore Frances Andrews 21 THE KINKAID SCHOOL FALL SPORTS WRAP-UP Leadership. Growth. T eamwork. 2012 Homecoming Court: Seniors Ava McBath, Anna Wittenmyer, Homecoming Queen Carolyn Dyer, Christina Fondren, Jenna McGaw and Marissa Smith 22 FALL SPORTS WRAP-UP Macan Wilson â€˜13 was named The Touchdown Club of Houstonâ€™s Ironman Private School Player of the Year in recognition of his contributions on Offense and Special Teams. His career stats at Kinkaid include 70 TD receptions and over 4000 yards receiving. Macan has plans to accept an athletic scholarship from Northwestern University in February. 23 THE KINKAIDSCHOOL SCHOOL • WINTER 2013 THE KINKAID STAFF SPOTLIGHT Meet Dorothy Barnes F or Dorothy Barnes, coming to work every day is a great pleasure, and it has been that way since she came to Kinkaid as Headmaster Don North’s assistant four and a half years ago. “Kinkaid is a happy place, and I love the positive attitudes of my co-workers,” she says. “I especially enjoy hearing about our students’ successes. The future looks bright knowing many of them will become our future leaders.” The Headmaster’s office is the nerve center for whatever is happening at school, and Dorothy manages it all with grace and professionalism, from faculty parking assignments to planning for meetings of the Board of Trustees. Trustee Tom Simmons worked closely with Dorothy during his recently completed term as Board Chair. He shares, “The wonderful thing about Dorothy, and there are many, is that she is extremely competent, but also just a pleasure to work with. I quickly developed complete confidence in her ability to get something done and done well. Plus she is so much fun to be around!” Crisis management is also part of the job. Often Don will receive a phone call or email that completely changes his plan for the day and that, of course, changes hers, too. So flexibility is very important, a skill Dorothy honed working as assistant to several top executives in her previous jobs, including Bracewell & Giuliani and Enron. But there are plenty of perks that make the job fun. “One of the best parts is meeting some very interesting people who come to see Don, such as Brit Hume, Dr. Michio Kaku, Peggy Noonan, and David Eagleman, among others,” Dorothy says. Dorothy feels honored to work closely with Don. “He epitomizes everything a Headmaster should be,” she says. “On a daily basis, I observe him practicing Kinkaid’s four core values of honesty, respect, responsibility, and kindness. He has a great sense of humor, which I think is absolutely necessary in that position. Many times I have seen people go into his office with difficult and serious issues to discuss, and before long I hear laughter coming from the other side of the door.” Don is especially grateful for Dorothy’s service to Kinkaid. “Dorothy, like her predecessor Jeanie Binns, is an exceptional asset to the School,” he says. “The warmth, energy, and professionalism with which she meets everyone here at Kinkaid convey her own and the School’s friendliness, high expectations, and core values. Dorothy’s skills, work ethic, commitment, and judgment are of the highest order. And she is unfailingly cheerful! Kinkaid and Kinkaid’s headmaster are deeply fortunate.” While she will miss working with Don when he retires at the end of the school year, Dorothy is looking forward to the arrival of Dr. Andy Martire to Kinkaid next July. Although it means The warmth, energy, “and professionalism with which she meets everyone here at Kinkaid convey her own and the School’s friendliness, high expectations, and core values. ” her summer will be busier than usual, Dorothy is excited about helping with the transition. “It will be fun to learn and grow with Dr. Martire as he undertakes the role of leading Kinkaid into its second century.” Besides being a Falcons fan, Dorothy is an avid Alabama football fan (Roll Tide!) and has enjoyed seeing so many winning games this season. A surprising fact about Dorothy is something else she likes to do away from the office – get out of town on her motorcycle! She started riding with her late husband about 20 years ago and loves seeing the scenery and having a change of pace from work. Dorothy also enjoys bike riding of the more traditional sort, jogging in the park, and working out at the YMCA. Spending time with friends and family is her greatest joy. She has a son in Dallas, a daughter in Clear Lake, four grandsons, and two great-grandchildren. “I especially cherish time with my 100-yearold mother who lives in Huntsville,” Dorothy shares. “She is my inspiration. She still walks every day with her weights, loves shopping at the mall, and maintains a very positive outlook.” Kinkaid is fortunate that Dorothy shares her own positive outlook with everyone who crosses her path! 24 WINTER 2013 Class Notes and Alumni News 1929 – 1940’s Jane Hoffert Moore ’46 1620 Calumet Street, Quarter 1 Houston, Texas 77004 713.529.9700 Carolyn Fay ’29 was feeling pretty good after Thanksgiving. She doesn’t get out much. We still hope to pick a good day to have tea. I will bring the crumpets, Carolyn. Carolyn’s daughter Marie Evnochides ’59 is on our Alumni Board. Mildred Wood Sherwood ’30 speaks with a strong voice and remembers our school. She told me her children live in France and Savannah, Georgia. Alice Evans Pratt ’30 plans to be with friends both for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Not sure of exact plans, she will wait to hear the details. Alice is 97 and is looking forward to reaching 100. She told me Director of Advancement Tom Moore is a good friend and she likes him so much. Don’t we all. This is a wonderful amazing lady with a strong spirit. Albert Sterling ’32 is the last member of his class and he recalls all of them so well. He still drives to his office at least once a week. He also picks up his sister, Frances Thurow, on Thursday evenings to go out to dinner. Albert and Frances are the niece and nephew of Ross Sterling, the former governor of Texas. Albert is a delight to talk with – a true inspiration. I had a wonderful visit with James Isaacks ’40. His sister, Lynn, was in my class and we were all at Baylor. Lynn died in 2010. James turned 90 in September and has an amazing, strong voice and no health problems. He was one of Kinkaid’s record makers in sports. He was especially interested in the recent land acquisition. He and Nancy live a few minutes north of San Antonio in Bulverde. Rosilind (Roz) Pincoffs Zimmerman ’40 had a family Thanksgiving in Houston and will have Christmas here with grandchildren and great grandchildren – what fun! In January Roz will take a Caribbean Cruise to relax and enjoy life – what a great start to the New Year! Barbara Golding Kimbrough ’40 says that her daughter lives near her in Haskell, Texas where she and John moved to in 1949 to live the ranch life where he grew up. Barbara plays bridge regularly. Her son lives in Castle Rock, Colorado and her grandson John Kimbrough, named for his grandfather, lives in College Station and is often called upon by A&M to do a historical. I enjoyed visiting with Patricia Hunter Reuter ’44. She has two sons in Houston; two live in Tyler and her daughter is in California. She said she thought Mrs. Kinkaid (her aunt) would be very thrilled with the new school and the new land. Patricia has never seen it; hopefully I can arrange a visit with her soon. Lois Plummer Wachter ’44 is still teaching and sharing her talents with many students. She has a production of La Traviata at the Country Playhouse on January 27, 2013. She also has a voice competition at St. Thomas on May 19, 2013. Lois always has an activity of great quality to offer in the music world. The “mighty eleven” is now five. We lost Bland McReynolds ’46 on September 27. A memorial service was held at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church on October 9. The remembrances of their father by Melanie McReynolds Lehmberg ’79, John McReynolds ’81 and Joe McReynolds ’86 were wonderful, both respectful and humorous. Bland was an outstanding and important member of our class who we all loved and will cherish our personal memories of our Kinkaid years together. Beverly Clark Campbell ’46 has kept me informed of her two moves from her lovely high-rise to a nice assisted living location where her needs are better met and still close to her daughter, Elizabeth. Beverly has such a wonderful and uplifting positive attitude. Our visits are informative and fun. Her new address is 2090 N. Congress Avenue #214, West Palm Beach, Florida, 33401. Drop her a note. Robin Gill Stanford ’46 had a wonderful early fall trip to Italy, taking in all the sights, sounds, smells and tastes of Florence and Rome. Robin didn’t gain a pound. She spent Thanksgiving at Lake Travis in Georgetown, Texas and will meet Santa Claus in Houston with her clan. I have tried getting in touch with Hendley Tomlinson ’46 on his 409.385.2921 number to find it is not in service. Peggy or children please give me a call and a report on your new phone and a corrected address. A package was sent from the Alumni Office recently – hope you received it. I have tried to reach Caro Ivy Walker ’46 and her family but have not heard from them. Caro is not Alumni Holiday Party Kinkaid Alumni Event November 28th David Weaver, Leslye Lucas Weaver ‘69, Daryl Green and Richard Domercq ‘62 Jacquelyn Maddox ‘02, Will Hedges and Casey Williams Hedges ‘02 Leslie Roemer Labanowski ‘02, Whitney Walker Crenshaw ‘03, Brooke Bagby ‘02, Cabell Walker ‘01, Allison Poarch ‘03, Rachael Jones Berry ‘03, Elizabeth Spradling ‘03 and Mollie Schall ‘01 Carl Mengden ‘47, John Painter, Martha Matlock Coskey ‘47, Jane Gwathmey Frost ‘47, Claude Montgomery, Jane Heyck Gaucher Montgomery ‘53, Mary Bain Haralson Pearson ‘49, Jane Hoffert Moore ‘46 and Joan Lyons ‘47 25 THE KINKAID SCHOOL at home now. I miss our frequent phone visits. Please let me hear, as we are all concerned. As for myself, Jane Hoffert Moore ’46, I have a a busy summer getting the high school graduate, my grandchild Rachel Ishmael ready and off to her freshman year in college. I just returned from parent and family weekend in early October and spent a beautiful Thanksgiving with family. As Christmas plans form, I shall also manage time to get winter and spring bulbs planted – more burr oak acorns prepared for future planting. I have seasonal lunches, teas and parties to attend. Christmas will be in Houston. Please don’t forget, if you have any items for the Kinkaid archives you would like to donate – call me or write to me. The history of Kinkaid is very important. Merry Christmas and may the New Year be kind to all! The class of 1947 has lost a member, Ruth Chambers Lewis ’47, on October 16. Ruth was a lady of so many talents and interests. A loyal member of clubs and organizations, and a friend willing to help a friend anyway she could. A lovely celebration of her life and a reception was held at Memorial Drive Untied Methodist Church on October 27. We miss you Ruth. Joan Herrin Lyons ’47 has been on a constant go with many grandmother duties and family events. Joan attended a beautiful graduation tea for the twins last May and then got them off to college in August. She attended a September wedding for her oldest granddaughter and then a Thanksgiving gathering in November. Now she has Christmas just around the corner. May you have a restful New Year, Joan! Carl Mengden ’47 was able to enjoy this magnificent weather for Thanksgiving week at his ranch in Comfort. His children came and he had built in cooks. How wonderful and what fun! Christmas will be celebrated in Houston. Mary Bain Haralson Pearson ’49 spent a lot of time this past summer in the hospital with several blood clots in the lung and leg. All is going much better and she will continue with observation and care. Thanksgiving and Christmas will both be celebrated in Houston. And I am happy that so many of our classmates are reading our updates! I received some short notes and some long ones, but I will try to include some snippets from each responder. Bill Blattner was recently recognized by the University of Maryland as the “Entrepreneur of the Year” recipient, honoring him and his colleague for their global impact on treating and preventing HIV/AIDS. Donna Kay Donelson is ecstatic that Big Bird still has a job! Dorothy Knox Houghton has been very busy traveling. She has just returned from various trips to Philadelphia, San Francisco, and China! Judy and Barry Rose are living in Oxford, Mississippi, but they are doing plenty of traveling to keep up with friends and family. Barry says “The welcome mat is always out for any of our class who’d like to experience Faulkner’s town where he wrote all those wonderful novels that brought him fame and fortune.” Gibson Carothers wrote with a litany of excuses as to why he did not attend the 50th Reunion. Good try, Gibson, we know you were there because we all loved seeing you. Randi Yocum has a new horse, a Champion Western Horse, at the Appaloosa World Championship. Bob Philips visited his son’s family recently in Denver to help get them settled into their first house. David Elliott, who lives in London, is actually spending a couple of months in Auckland, New Zealand. Anyone in the mood for a warm climate right now should give him a visit. Justin Morrill and his wife Judy recently welcomed their third grandchild. In addition, they just returned from a trip to France. He thankfully reports that his home survived the Colorado wildfires with no damage. Bob and Susan Cooper-Gaudet are not relaxing being “empty nesters”. Susan is spending a lot of time tutoring and teaching, and working with a new dog that they have adopted. Susan sees Sandra Moffett Provost and her husband Bob when they come to Boston every two or three months. The plans are not quite confirmed for our 60th Reunion in 2022— but Rex and I expect to see you all then, if not before. Best wishes. Adrian Turner Ross here! Our 50th reunion will happen next April! I’m sure that by now you have received numerous emails from the School and Mary Nell Jeffers Lovett regarding this awesome event! Therefore my article will be short, but I did want to pass on to you the news I have recently received from our class members. Hap Happel says, “CD and I had a nice visit from Patty Milner Marvel and husband Jeff and Eunice and Randy Meyer here in Bozeman in late July. Ask Randy about his day of fishing on the Yellowstone.” OK Randy, what happened? Inquiring Falcons want to know! Vivian Collier Pinard and her hubby Ray live in Galveston and are still working! They have a busy life, grandchildren, and they definitely plan on attending our reunion! Vivian says they got their annual Duke Reunion date changed so they could attend ours! Yeah!!! Jack Sorcic checked in. Thanks, Jack! Joe Conlon checked in again! My apologies to Joe: I left him out of our last newsletter! So sorry! Joe will retire from IBM this December 31. Congrats, Joe! He says his wife Barbara, sons Joe, Mike, Jim, and four grandchildren are all doing well! That’s fantastic, Joe! Warren Wackman writes that he is alive and well! Good to hear from you! Now on to our reunion! Mary Nell Jeffers Lovett, Lana Lee Cureton, and Jan Stockard Cato are absolutely outstanding when it comes to getting organized and finding our “lost classmates”! By now you have received their emails looking for all our former classmates. Thank you, ladies! I can’t wait to see everybody again! They have included former Kinkaidians who attended other schools later. If you know of someone who is on the lost list, please let me or Mary Nell know ASAP! That’s about all for now. Gotta run and email this to Leslie Labanowski at Kinkaid. Hang in there, friends! We gotta get together soon! Love to you ALL!! Calanne Cindy Bambeck Smith wrote in early November that she is getting into the spirit as she and her husband “plan to drive to Dallas today and spend the night at the hotel at DFW for a very early flight to Shanghai (via Chicago). Sure hope the planes are flying. We have a 17 day trip planned: a Viking River Cruise (Yangtze) plus land tour. It is the first time we have tried Viking, but it should be an adventure. We were unable to go in October. November will be very cold in the north. I will look like an eskimo on the plane, because the warm clothes won’t fit in the luggage. Our daughter and family in CT are still without power, but they have a generator (to be used sparingly, because they don’t know how long they will be without power). These storms are becoming a regular occurrence in CT. Our DC son went to NYC for a wedding and is still stranded in Brooklyn. They are both fortunate - no damage. The devastation in NY and NJ is overwhelming. I guess DC didn’t get hit as badly as expected. Hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving”. Judge Bonnie Brigance Leadbetter shares “it’s been a busy year with a lot of interesting cases. I’m supervising the Receivership of the City of Harrisburg, among other things and had some great travel. We rented a house on Lake George in New York with our kids, grandkids and Gary’s brother and sister and spouses and had a grand time boating, tubing, golf at Sagamore and just getting together. We’re headed for Dallas in December to see the Cowboys/ Steelers game and visit with Gary’s college roommate. Go Cowboys! Most memorable, however, and what finally moved me to bore you all with our personal trivia, was our daughter Janice’s 40th birthday surprise party. The children became tired of the adult’s gabbing, so they went to the park at the end of her cul-desac and had a mud fight. When we went down to see what was going on, this is what we found: grandson Kyle, friend Jared, granddaughter Delaney, friend Connor, and grandson Justin [Kyle’s twin] [see photo next page]. Imagine the lot covered in mud with beaming faces...We thought we’d die laughing! Looking forward to seeing everyone again in two years for our 50th!” Many Dittos to that! Our 50th is in two years, who would have thought it!!! Go start polishing the ole dancing shoes as you get into the holiday cheer and hopefully you all have a glorious New Year and continue to dodge the more impetuous inclement weather patterns. So much for Climate change… 1964 Claire Andreae Murray Silver Spring, Maryland email@example.com Ahh the quiet after the electoral storm. What indeed will we do with ourselves as the lights have gone out on the conventions, the balloons no longer fall, the debates grow silent for another four years…T’is the time to turn our thoughts to holiday festivities and New Year’s cheer. 1962 Adrian Turner Ross Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Dear 1962 Classmates— Thank you so much to those of you who responded to my request for updates. It is great to know that you are having interesting, fulfilling lives. 26 1963 Calanne Koenig Choate Pearland, Texas email@example.com Well, hello to all you wonderful folks in the Kinkaid Class of 1963! It’s finally ALUMNI NEWS WINTER 2013 1965 Tami Fox Brau Austin, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org I received a great update from Tommy O’Dowd. His oldest daughter Katie (24) is getting married to a wonderful guy in May 2013. His daughter Stephanie (22) is graduating from college next month and is in the process of selecting a Law School following in her mother’s footsteps. Tommy’s “baby” Connor, 21 and 6’2”, is a junior at The University of California Santa Barbara with a double major, PreMed & Religious Studies. Tommy’s wife Vivian, Stanford University & UC Berkeley Law School grad, is busier than ever. Tommy is still in Real Estate. He brokers, invests and is building houses in Menlo Park and Atherton, CA. He says “with kids in Law School and Medical School it’s gonna be awhile before I consider retirement which I’m in no hurry to do because I love what I’m doing.” Craig Rutten has some wonderful news to report. “With the work of my wife and that of his, I’ve been reunited with my son, Chester C. Erwin. He is a project manager. His wife is a very successful real estate sales person. And they have two children, one girl and one boy.” Susan Davis Johnson and her daughter Kerry Johnson Anthony ’91 are doing weekly podcasts on everything from moms and daughters, the generation gap, family business and other perceptions of the world. You can find them on iTunes at “The Susan and Kerry Show” or at www. susanandkerryshow.com. The variety of topics is amazing as is the idea of having a Gen Xer and Boomer perspective on the same program. Susan Fantle writes that she is sorry she couldn’t be with us for our latest reunion. Susan lives in California and says the most exciting thing in her life is the purchase of a smoker that they are using to smoke a holiday turkey. She adds “the excitement in life comes from small pleasures.” In November, several of us got together for a Thursday night dinner at Chez Zee in Austin. Ross Rommel and his lovely wife, Deborah Warren Rommel ’67, Madeline Maxwell, and Gordon Phillips ’63 had a great time catching up on the twists and turns of our lives. Ross is dividing his time between his Austin law office and their place in Hunt where he is growing olive trees. Madeline Maxwell is still Professor of Communication Studies at The University of Texas at Austin, where she’s the director of the UT Project on Conflict Resolution and chairs both graduate and undergraduate programs in conflict and disputes. One of the project activities is a summer program for high school students and any level teachers called the UT Global Ethics and Conflict Resolution Summer Symposium. Participants come to the campus for two weeks in June to learn about ethical conflict management in different societies and different situations. As part of the workshop, they also work with musicians and artists, make videos, and have fun. Lots of folks were doing fall travelling. Carol Cain Bates and husband Robert, were in France on a huge trip. They returned about the time Roy Flukinger headed out for Spain. I received a nice note from Anna Horton, wife of the late George Horton. She was in the process of sorting, packing and staging an estate sale in preparation for her December move from Central Texas to Maryland where their daughter Campbell, a doctor at Johns Hopkins, and her granddaughter live. Chez Zee has become our go-to place for Austin gatherings. When Richard Low and his wife Susan came into town earlier in the year, we had a wonderful brunch there. Richard is a pediatrician in Houston and quite a storyteller. His grown children keep him well supplied with adventures that make for entertaining stories. Georgia Hinkle Akers sent her latest “Bull Report.” Georgia’s young bull, Earl, came in fifth out of 67 bulls in a competition in Las Vegas. Georgia says, “He travels more than we do!” Jonathan Phillips sent me a great list of Kinkaid snippets that he remembers. Here are a few Football bus trips, playing bridge in the senior courtyard (with Suzanne, Dallas, and Tommy Lee), Model A and the parking lot, the costume loft in the auditorium, the senior lounge, and all the wonderful school plays. Speaking of school plays. I was pleasantly surprised to discover that G’ann Boyd, former Kinkaid teacher, lives a few blocks away from me in Austin. As it happens, she is in a retirement center where I go to vote. On Election Day, I met her in the lobby. Gordon Phillips and I took over our yearbooks and had a great time recalling our drama days, especially “Archie and Mehitabel.” That was the quirky show we did in the spring of 1963 that showcased G’Ann’s ability to make awkward high school students look like seasoned dancers. It makes me want to break out singing, “Cherio my deario.” Does anyone recall who played the cockroach? Here’s a hint. He’s a Shakespeare pro and well-known Houston actor. In early November, Susan Underwood Merriman and her husband Bill were visiting Virginia Brown in Galveston. They wondered if they saw Ruddy Cravens on the TV series Nashville as the attorney and did a web search. The three discovered that in addition to all his stage work, Ruddy has been in many movies and TV shows. Marcia Murphey sent a great update. “65 years alive just blew me way… phew!...it’s been some work…dog, Delilah, just turned 15….Olive, the turtle, she’s hibernating.” I received some sad news from Tommy Lee about our classmate, Suzanne Boyle Varner, who passed away on October 17th in South Carolina. Suzanne and her family were a big part of Kinkaid. It was Suzanne’s father who selected the land for the current location for the school. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family during this difficult time, especially during the holiday season. As for me, Tami Fox Brau, Austin jumped on the world stage with the F1 races the same week my fiveyear old grandson crashed the Girls School of Austin monthly reading event at Book People, wowing everyone with his impromptu reading of his newly-acquired super hero book. To say we were all stunned is an understatement. 1966 Pat Kidson Cavanagh Houston, Texas email@example.com Tua Smith Burke is still a funny girl! She writes, “I will have to think about this. My life is just boring...lol! But I did go to Boise, Idaho, to see my daughter Nina. She has three children. Her youngest, Cash, will be a year old in December. Grandson Preston is then years old, and granddaughter Blake is six. Natalie, my youngest daughter, lives in Houston. She has two children. Grandson Miles is seven and granddaughter Reese is eight. Gayl Ware Carlberg and husband Chuck are still at the helm of their Houston ad agency, Richards/ Carlberg. They love it! Never a dull moment and always exciting challenges out there to solve. Their son Chris Carlberg ’01 is doing great in Austin in the ad business and daughter Kirby Carlberg ’04 has her eye on moving back to Texas after five wonderful years in NYC, also in the ad biz. Gayl and Chuck are excited at the prospect of having both kids back in Texas! John Diffey and Martha are busy in Pennsylvania. He writes, “son Matt and his fiancé Theodora (Teddie) will be married after he receives his MBA from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke. Matt will be joining the London office of a consulting firm after graduation, a move that will make it easy for us, and for Teddie’s family in Athens, to see them fairly often. Louisa is back at the University of Denver for her senior year. She spent her junior year in France and is taking Hindi and Tibetan in preparation for a winter course in India. She will graduate next June. Martha and I continue to enjoy our work and so many other dimensions of this stage of life.” David Boldrick is happy to report that youngest son Zach and wife Lauren, who live in Anchorage, were down recently with grandson Sam to visit for a week. David and Susan just bought a new place near uptown Dallas where “all the cool places and young people hang out. Way cooler than the quiet suburbs of 28 years.” Middle son Ryan and Anne Marie are having a matched set of baby girls. “I do not even remember Class of 1964 Judge Bonnie Brigance Leadbetter’s grandson Kyle (left), granddaughter Delaney (middle), grandson Justin (right) and friends 27 THE KINKAID SCHOOL my own name much less all of these new kids.” We feel your pain, David! Rob Wilson was happy that Ernie & Janice came in town on June 23rd to celebrate the wedding of son Carson Wilson ’98 and his wife Lindsey. I, Pat Kidson Cavanagh, continue to work as Kinkaid Lower School’s reading specialist. I’m having lots of mini-reunions with lower school parents who were in school with my kids, Elizabeth, Rebecca, and Will Fogle. My husband Craig and I stay very busy with our respective projects. Craig has been a docent at the Houston Holocaust Museum for over ten years, and he is a regular substitute in Kinkaid’s upper school. Our adorable and brilliant grandchildren (unbiased opinion!) are spread all over the country, but we try to see them as often as we can. Our newest addition, Roy Douglas Warriner, was born just last month in Wake Forest, North Carolina, making Richard and Rebecca Fogle Warriner parents for the third time. Blessings to each of you. Please stay in touch. their second grandchild, Hudson Fletcher Delano, into our world. He joins his two-year-old sister, Lexi, as ‘the most doted-over grandkids around’. Probably a tie with someone in our class. Buddy is releasing another CD this year, “Cycle of Life”. David Dunwoody and his wife Kackie have a new granddaughter, Margaret Vivien Collins (Greta). Greta lives in NYC with her parents, Lauren ’93 & Porter Collins. Laurye Rutten Tanner sent word that, yet again, she and Carlos went on a cruise. They must be in the Admiral’s Club of some cruise line by now. They were a few weeks early for the fall foliage in the northeast, but the lobster was bountiful. She got back in time to welcome a visit from her sister and brother-in-law and go to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. She is back to teaching one night a week – Algebra to adults. She must live amongst a bunch of people who have led very full lives to want to take Algebra again. Life is good in Houston – the economy is great and the Texans are winning! Mike Kuhn ‘68 Speaking of away games, as we all tend to love, some UT Longhorn fans were found tailgating at the Ole Miss game. Spotted in Memphis at The Peabody Hotel, was Jack Lee, wondering what in the world he was doing there! At the beautiful home of Buffy and Tommy Adams, I snapped a photo of a few familiar Falcons; Steve Lasher, Laura and Billy Wheless, Ed Frank, Tommy Adams and me! (Elizabeth Nash) Also sent in for this edition is a photo of Mike Kuhn behind the wheel of his new toy. Annie Owen submits that her neighborhood is filling up with classmates. Susan Peck Massey who has definitely not downsized, is a five minute walk away. Annie, taking advantage of her proximity, trades ginger lilies for fresh produce from Susan’s garden. Don’t tell Jack, he’ll be over with a basket! Elizabeth and Annie attended a reception for David Rockefeller whose foundation, “Sailors for the Sea”, is educating us on preserving our precious coastal waters. Coincidentally, the foundation is based in Newport, RI, where Anne has just returned from a week of bailing water and Hurricane Sandy. The waves were 35 feet tall in her cove and winds 70 mph. Lynn Meyer Fort writes that she and Ron have a new grandson, Seve (like the golfer) Valdes Fort, born on September 11 to son Chris Fort ’92, and daughter-in-law Isabelle Fort. Now they have something positive to remember on that date! Lynn’s mother died on Sept. 16 so it was a crazy, emotional week for their family. Their younger son Taylor Fort ’03 lives in Torrance, CA and should be getting engaged any time now to a wonderful woman named Judy Lee (no relationship to Jack!) ( But could???) So life is great and she’s looking forward to seeing everyone at our 45th reunion! 1967 Steve Adger Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Kingslea Thomas has some very good news – she is now going by Kingslea von Helms. She and Michael were married on July 7 in a small, all-family affair at her parent’s home. Michael is a non-figural, abstract artist working in oil. He grew up in Santa Fe, NM and has four children and seven grandchildren. She reports that life is happy & full. Sounds very full to me with 12+ new birthdays to remember. From personal experience it’s getting harder to remember these new key dates as our families grow with grandchildren & in-laws. Kingslea also notes that she is serving on The Garden Club of America executive committee as Recording Secretary. Buddy Trotter reports in that in January he and Cheryl welcomed 1968 Elizabeth Topper Nash San Marcos, Texas email@example.com Annie Owen Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Our class has great memories of Bert Meyer, Lynn Meyer Fort’s mother. She was always present at Kinkaid, whether volunteering, cheering from the bleachers, or chaperoning on away games. She truly loved our class and Kinkaid. I would say that the apple didn’t fall far from the tree! We appreciate Lynn as she rises to the call again. Out of retirement, and in between grandchildren, Lynn is pitching in at Kinkaid and helping to plan another reunion, just another warm up to the “big one”. the buttons are, what things cost and why the absolutely must have “things” of life will immediately end. Janet is now in full retirement from Tiffany & Co., and is the room mother to both girls at West U., not to mention a super fundraiser for the PTO. Her days are 20 hours long and she does not make a penny for all the work done! Steve’s design practice now takes him to Marshfield, Wisconsin every week for a corporate branding changeover and signage implementation program at 92 facilities throughout their state. He has yet to meet anyone up there who actually voted for Obama.... But he, again, got to see “fall colors”, ultimate Kodak moments. His beard is now 100% gray, hair looks like a “bozo” moment (at least it is still there), and the cardiologist says that he can now celebrate a then year anniversary of having too much fun. He sends his best to everyone and hopes all are well. He is still looking for the instruction manual that belongs with the girls, all of them. He claims he was not prepared at his age… Steve, having raised three daughters and three weddings back to back,… you can never retire, in fact, you need a night job! Bright side, you get grandSONS!!! Mark your calendars now as we are looking forward to seeing everyone in April at our 45th reunion and keep the news flowing… Elizabeth and Anne 1970 Malcolm Waddell Houston, Texas email@example.com Thanksgiving is fast approaching, it’s the Tuesday before, and our family is about to head to San Diego in the morning to spend the holiday with Suzanne’s brother and sister-in-law and the rest of her/our family. But before we go, I’ve got news to share from our classmates. Laura Wheless, Steve Lasher ‘66, Bill Wheless, Tommy Adams ‘68, Elizabeth Topper Nash ‘68, and Ed Frank ‘68 28 It was great to hear from Steve Neumann. At 62 years old, he finds himself entrenched in being a “super father”. Jackie (seven) and Stevie (nine) have learned where ALUMNI NEWS WINTER 2013 Let’s start with Trey Lander, who shared that daughter Lizzie just got married out in California to her beau of four years, Jacob. Trey said the wedding was awesome, unbelievably perfect. He recently sold his bank building to St. Martin’s Episcopal Church so he is completely out of work. “Vickie calls me retired; I call it relaxed. The only thing about not working is you work even harder and longer on your projects because there is no real quitting time!” Alan Gerger also had wedding news. His older daughter Emily married recently her beau Graham who she met online. Younger daughter Tracy is also in a serious relationship with one of her new brother-in-law’s cousins – a coincidence. Alan continues his bankruptcy law practice here in Houston, and the whole family lives here in Houston. Cindy and Brian Atlas were in town from their home in Austin for the visitation for Larry Jacob’s mom, Louise, who had recently passed. The Atlases were going to spend Thanksgiving here with their family. All three Atlas girls, Kimberly, Julie and Angela, live in Houston. Two are happily married, and the Atlases are grandparents three times over. Brian said he’s really busy and has gone back to work. As the economy has improved, his development, Montechino on Lake Travis, has heated up. Brian said that they have quite a few homes under construction, and all are pre-sold. My request for news brought even more news on homebuilding and grandkids, Frank McGuyer shared, “I am still surviving in homebuilding and truly happy to be only building in the major Texas markets. Son Bart got his Ph.D. in physics from Princeton and is now a postdoctoral research scientist at Columbia in NYC where his wife works for Harpers Collins.” Bart (29) already has been granted his first patent. Frank continued, “Our daughter Brooke’s divorce is final, and she and our two-and-a-half year-old grandson are now living in Houston near us. For you that have grandchildren you know how fun that is.” Frank and I had lunch about a week ago, and we discussed several topics including the impact of the 2008 financial crisis on his business, McGuyer Homes, Inc. (FMI). Frank, who serves as Chairmen of the Board and CEO, not only weathered the housing bust, but he also took the downturn as an opportunity to position FMI for the rebound with the purchase of the assets of Wilshire Homes, another private, smaller home builder in the San Antonio and Austin markets. The acquisition further strengthened FMI’s position in these growth markets. Nationwide MHI is one of the top 30 homebuilding firms. Paul Barnhart also checked in with among other things grandkid news. Paul wrote, “The Barnhart family is doing great. Daughter Kelly Barnhart Garwood ’99 had our first granddaughter, Lila. She married Will Garwood; he grew up three blocks from our house. They never met until friends introduced them two years ago. Son Paul Barnhart ’02 graduated from Stanford Business School this past summer and has started his own private equity fund with two guys he worked for prior to business school. I am still racing cars and competing in triathlons, although slower than before. Karol is remodeling my dad’s house which is keeping her very busy.” Paul and I had lunch today for what has and will hopefully remain at least an annual affair. Like Frank, he looks great, and we covered the waterfront of past and current stories. Paul has been successfully developing real estate in Houston for over 30 years primarily in the Galleria and Uptown areas, but his company Barnhart Interests also owns and operates retail shopping properties in the booming Katy/ Cinco Ranch area. Paul shared that he is enjoying watching his son Paul III strike out on his own with his oil and gas private equity venture. I also heard from my favorite American author living in England, Lisa Tuttle. Lisa gets us up-to-date with her latest news, “Windhaven, my first novel, written in collaboration with George R.R. Martin and originally published back in 1981, has just been reissued with a striking new cover, in paperback, by Bantam Books in the U.S. An audio book version is coming soon. New editions in translation have also come out this year in Spain (“Refugio del Viento”) and Italy (“Il Pianeta dei Venti”), and I’ve signed several more foreign rights contracts in recent months. Of course, in recent years my co-author has become much more famous. George is the #1 Bestselling Author of A Game of Thrones and as such is celebrated enough to be parodied on ‘Saturday Night Live’ and ‘The Simpsons’. Still, we get equal billing on the cover of Windhaven, I am happy to report, and it is good to think that our book should now attract new readers more than thirty years after it was written. I’ve had new stories appear this year in The Mammoth Book of Ghost Stories by Women edited by Marie O’Regan and Zombie Apocalypse: Fightback edited by Stephen Jones. One of my stories from last year was selected for inclusion in The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2012 Kinkaid Community Event 15th Annual Zack Semander Memorial Golf tournament Thank you to all the sponsors and players who participated in the 15th Annual Zack Semander Memorial Golf Tournament held on October 1 at Westwood Golf Club. Through generous support, the Committee raised $31,000 for the Tom Wey Scholarship. A special thanks goes to Chair Brian McMackin ’93 and his committee for their time and efforts in making the annual tournament such a success. Anthony Brown ’83 Brian McMackin ’93, Doug Aron ‘92 Stewart McLeod ’92, Adam Altsuler ’92, Will Withers ’92 and Cour Loeffler ’92 Coach Steve Maas, Tony Tabarestani John Reckling, Paul Daily ’88, Holden Burrow ’87 and Mark Crosswell ’87 Tad Mayfield ‘81, Marshall Adkins ‘80 29 THE KINKAID SCHOOL edited by Paula Guran. Meanwhile, I continue to work on a novel I seem to have been writing forever...and hope to finish before 2013.” Editor’s note: All these books are published in the U.S. and should be readily available online or in stores. Tom Hale proudly forwarded me a link to an article in The Houston Chronicle recapping the extraordinary summer that his and Sherry’s son Theodore had. Theodore spent 10 weeks doing something no other student his age ever had – a fellowship at the Center for Space Nuclear Research in Idaho Falls, ID. Theodore, a rising senior at Tomball High School, worked with scientists and researchers several years older than him, many possessing advanced degrees from prestigious universities, helping the team devise methods for implementing an interplanetary railroad system that would greatly reduce travel time for potential manned missions to Mars. Theodore believes strongly in the value of theoretical science, and he summed up his summer experience telling the Chronicle, “I was working on something where there is a good chance I’ll never see it come true. It might be 50 or 100 years in the future, but I think people shouldn’t be intimidated by that.” Like his dad before him, he plans on attending the University of Texas at Austin next fall. I decided to track down my favorite Midwestern classmate. Cecilia Haas Barnes has been living in Lisle, Illinois in the western suburbs of Chicago for the last three years and in Iowa for 19 years before that. At the time of my call, Cecilia was early in the process of planning a move back to her hometown of Houston. Husband Scott has worked in sales for a tubular steel company based in the Chicago area with offices in Houston. The company is now relocating its headquarters to Houston. Cecilia holds a law degree from U of H but has spent full-time on her family after a few years of trying both. She hopes the move back to Houston will be complete by the end of January. Their older daughter Jennifer has been with Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. since graduating from college in 2009. She has been in a management training program in Warrenville, IL but is now on the verge of committing to a permanent position within the company. Younger daughter Kristin is a senior this year at TCU majoring in journalism and minoring in business. I made personal pleas to hear from several of my other favorite classmates. One is Janet Lee Cohen, who responded with her news, “We’re all fine. Our oldest daughter Perry, mother of our two-year-old twin grandchildren, is working with dad Rick as VP of Human Resources at now the four-generation family-owned C&S Wholesale Grocers, Inc. (C&S), which began operations in 1918. She handles college recruitment, retention and identification of rising stars. This is directly in line with her doctoral research at Wharton in Executive Leadership and will be the topic of her dissertation. Middle daughter Jill is about to embark on a new program in herbal medicine in California. Combining this with her meditation instruction, she’s interested in alternative methods of healing and wellness. Youngest daughter Rachel teaches 9th grade English at a charter school in Boston. She’s also certified as a reading specialist and has special ed. training, a boon in this difficult job market for teachers. Rick and I had a busy year with way too much travel but lots of fun. We know how lucky we are to have three of our four parents still thriving, and our hearts go out to the Jacobs Family on the loss of their matriarch Louise, who was a force! I send very best wishes to all of our classmates and their families as we enter the holiday season. I’m thinking of you all with great fondness.” Editor’s note: C&S is the largest wholesale grocery distributor in the U.S. on a revenue basis! Another classmate I wrote was Carol Eads Bailey Medwell. Carol is an attorney and founder of Integrative Family Law in Seattle. She has an interesting, positive and uplifting legal practice, and she had me at “Hello” during her years at TKS Middle School in our class, not to mention her twin brother Tommy was my friend and a football teammate at St. Francis back then. She wrote about her practice, “I am still developing ways couples who divorce can reduce conflict to make their children’s lives better. I am also an Adjunct Professor at Seattle University School of Law teaching Communication and Conflict Resolution Skills for Lawyers to law students to try to help them become better, more effective communicators, rather than the more common occurrence of lawyers making things worse, not better. Daughter Bridget is finishing her MBA at Duke and is moving to Brazil. Son John works for NBC and covers the White House, the best job in the world this year. My stepson Jake has a fixed gear start up called Sole Bicycles, and my step daughter Sarah is a 1st grade teacher in Honolulu. She has our first grandchild, Evie, who is one year old. All is good in our world.” Bob Frachtman checked in from his home in Austin. Bob, who has become quite an athlete and runner, shared, “I just ran the Chicago Marathon, shaving 30 minutes off my NY Marathon time last year. I want to do the Marine Corps Marathon in D.C. next year. My GI group is up to 27 gastroenterologists, and I’m as busy as I want to be. Sherrie is president of Austin Anti-Defamation League and is very busy with that, along with her other non-profit community activities. Julian’s Austin internet company, Jutera Labs (of which he is cofounder), is now up to 43 employees and growing. He will be spending more than half of 2013 in Bangalore, India (India’s Silicon Valley), where the software engineers hang out. He represents the business side. Brandon may actually graduate later this month from the University of Denver with a degree in Real Estate and Construction Management it’s been a long haul, but he’s really coming along great. Adrienne is a junior at Washington University in St. Louis. Julian went there, and Sherrie and I love the school and are on the National Alumni/Parent Committee. Adrienne is now doing her semester abroad at the University of Edinburgh.” My most trustworthy news provider, Phil Salvador, who is a Senior Geologist at Qatar Petroleum, had a short update from the Middle East. He said, “I have been moved into a new group in my company where I will be doing reservoir characterization of a large onshore oil field in Qatar. The kids are well into their studies (eighth and tenth grades). We have just returned from a brief vacation trip to Oman, a country we very much like to visit, with its friendly people, beautiful scenery, and interesting culture.” Sally Dudley Kent also provided her latest news. She shared, “We are great. We have spent a few great evenings with Bob’s Class of ‘67 classmates, David Dunwoody, Steve Adger, Stewart Simonds, Larry Knapp, and their wives. We also just spent the weekend with Marvin and Nancy Morse in New Braunfels and went to Wurstfest. Those guys have never grown up and still stay very close. Our boys are also great. First son Alan and his very wonderful wife Michelle are here, and we will be celebrating his 40th this coming March. He is still with Clear Channel and has been since graduating from UT. Second son Robert is also here and is a land man in the oil and gas business, and needless to say is very busy. He decided to make a career change from communications after graduating UT a while back. He has joined his dad in the oil and gas business. We are just so thankful they are here in Houston. We also have three precious grand dogs, Diggs, Lizzie and Lucy. We spent a great month in Carmel in May 2012 and have several trips planned with old friends coming up. We will be making a short trip to New York before Christmas, and we will be going on our regular jaunt to Mexico with Bob’s old classmates. We are not afraid! I saw John Germann at a book signing recently and had the nicest visit with him. Such a great man! He and Caro Ann are doing those great trips for Kinkaid alumni. Bob and I have talked about going. It would be great with them.” And speaking of upcoming trips, the Waddells are all headed to Africa – Kenya and Tanzania – for Christmas. This trip was on my bucket list. I have one of those now that I turned 60. We’ll be gone for a little over two weeks and are very excited. We’ve heard from many others that going to Africa is a life-changing event. We’ll let you know in our next issue. I do have more news, but it’s past the witching hour, and we’ve got an early flight in a few hours. So long for now, but keep the news coming, and I’ll be back to you all in the spring issue. 1979 Steven Arnold Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Evans Attwell Houston, Texas email@example.com Alice Berry Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org The Class of 1973 celebrating a previous Reunion Weekend at the studio of Pam Francis 30 ALUMNI NEWS WINTER 2013 Robin Cooper Feldman notes “my oldest child Natalie graduated from Harvard College this spring and is starting work at the VA in Palo Alto doing research on bipolar disorder. My book, Rethinking Patent Law, was published by Harvard University Press this summer.” 1980 Marcela Chavez Houston, Texas email@example.com What is your idea of milestone birthdays? When asked, I said I considered turning half-century old a significant milestone for the Class of ‘80. It’s been fun joining fellow classmates on Facebook, seeing pictures of surprise birthday parties, family trips, and more. The 50th birthday celebrations began in 2011 for some. Cliff Roberts reported recently that Mark Franzen, Gary Freeman, and Ned Barnett surprised him by taking him to Eddie V’s to celebrate his 51st birthday. Mark McMurray also made a surprise appearance. They could not get over the loss of our dear friends Ted Westmoreland and John Kirby IV. “We miss them dearly,” Cliff added. Indeed, we will miss them along with Alicia Crawford Kirkland but never forget our love for them. Larry West, one of our younger classmates, updated us with his latest news: Larry had just turned 50 before Labor Day. Over the Labor Day Weekend, he took his wife and three boys to New York to see the US Open Tennis Tournament. “It was terrific,” he wrote. In October, Larry and his wife celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary. Lastly, by the time we read this Winter Alumni Edition, Larry will have taken over as the Managing Partner of his law firm (on January 1, 2013). Yet another reason to celebrate! Now, for a bit of interesting trivia, I discovered that one of our classmates, Kevin Quirk, became a grandfather before the age of 50. Not one, but five grandchildren keep him busy when he is not working on cars, skydiving, or flying his airplane. Johnny Schwarz communicated that the big upcoming event in his household will be his triplets graduating this spring. Warren Meyer had this to say about his busy lifestyle in the Southwest: “I am living with my wife and two kids in Phoenix, Arizona. I have a daughter Amelia in high school and a son Nic who is a freshman at Amherst College, playing Varsity baseball and occasionally going to classes. I have my own business called Recreation Resource Management that runs nearly 200 public parks, keeping them open when they might have been closed due to declining parks budgets. I also am a writer, writing three different blogs (including Coyote Blog and Climate Skeptic) as well as a weekly column for Forbes. com. These columns have allowed me to have fun playing “pundit”, appearing on a number of national cable shows as a guest. Several years ago I wrote and published my first novel (BMOC, still on Amazon!) and am working on my second. Currently, I am helping my daughter to train for the Disney Princess half marathon, but have not yet been talked into running the race in a tutu.” Mayor Joe Jaworski is enjoying a short break from public service and is back to full time lawyering. Joe manages the Jaworski Law Firm and Mediation Center, working throughout Texas and primarily in Galveston and Houston. Joe, his wife Becca and two kids Lee (13) and Sasha (eight) live in Galveston’s East End Historic District, and their front yard features one of Galveston’s distinctive Ike tree sculptures. Call Joe if you’re heading to Galveston. His cell is 409.771.7139. I am contributing to the latest gossip by literally writing and emailing this article from the top of the Seattle Space Needle on a cold November day! This was the venue of choice where my River Oaks Elementary classmate had an extravagant birthday party for us with 1960ish music and costumes for all. What do the Space Needle, the Jetsons cartoons, the first James Bond movie, and most of our classmates have in common? The year 2012 marked our 50th celebration! While hiking in the Pacific Northwest Region, I was told by Microsoft and Boeing employees that it is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end. So, I encourage our class to continue writing either the alumni office or me with your latest life discoveries. Your frequent updates on Facebook are great! Do join our Kinkaid Class of ’80 group when you have a moment. Alumni Phonathon Kinkaid Alumni Event Liz Riddle Anders ‘98, Margot Fried Hogan ‘98, Lindsay Green ‘98, Tobin O’Donnell ‘98, Yoav Kaufman ‘98, Meredith Smith ‘98, Jeb Bowden ‘98 and Heather Heidemann Deiss ‘98 Katie Decker ‘06, Mitchell Currie ‘06, David Wheless ‘06, Blair Burke ‘06 and Matt Steitz ‘06 Charles Simmons ‘05, Courtland Crosswell ‘05, Emily Merrill ‘05 and Catherine Bradley ‘05 1982 Maria Semander Crawford Redondo Beach, California firstname.lastname@example.org Whether you are “walking in a winter wonderland”, “dashing through the snow”, “dreaming of a white Christmas” or “decking the halls”, I hope you all have enjoyed the holiday season. Jeffrey Wise ‘99, Catherine Golbe ‘99, Will Brown ‘99, Carolyn Martin Dodson ‘99 and Brittany Phillips Faulk ‘99 31 THE KINKAID SCHOOL Updates were a little slow coming in this time, so either we are way too busy or way too boring! I’m guessing it’s the first. Thank you to Michelle Rogers Rogers, Linda Lyons-Brown, Helena Papadopoulos Johnson, Nancy Couch Davis and Dewey Gaedke for sending their latest news. As for the rest of you? I decided to squeeze a little extra scoop out of the class of ’82 with the help of social media! I think the biggest news of the year is that one of our classmates is the first official grandparent! How is that even possible when I still have a four year old?! Congratulations to Antoinette Arnold Maywald on her new granddaughter, Tilly! Let the spoiling begin. A lot of classmates have college kids now and it’s pretty cool watching life come full circle as their sons/daughters pledge the same house or attend the same colleges as their parents did years ago. Like Emily Wynne Bolin and Laura Wynne Cale’s daughters (Allison Bolin ’12 and Laura Lee Cale) who have both pledged Kappa Alpha Theta at University of Texas. Other classmates with kids in college are Michelle Rogers Rogers, whose daughter Margaret is a freshman at Furman University in Greenville South Carolina and Linda Lyons Brown who is officially an “empty nester” with all three girls in college. Carson is attending Ole Miss, and Kaddy and Krissy are at the University of Alabama. Linda also reports that she is happy to have them all home for Thanksgiving, although they will be eating their turkey feast early in the morning to accommodate the TCU & UT football game of course. Linda stays busy with her successful design business and lots of traveling. She is also the current President of Baylor College of Medicine’s Huffington Center on Aging. They just had a hugely successful Health Summit with Jane Goodall to raise funds for research. If you have ever seen a picture of Linda on Facebook, I think she’s got the “staying young” process mastered! Helena Papadopoulos Johnson is still napping after chairing The Original Greek Festival in Houston this past October. She said it was “awesome, exhilarating, exhausting and fun” all at once. And she is happy that her family still recognizes her. I heard through the “Greekvine” that the festival was a huge success. Congratulations on a job well done! Another successful venture completed this year was in San Diego, where Mike Curran opened his second “Cup of Yo” Yogurt Store. Way to go, Mike and if you are in his neighborhood, be sure and get your Yo On! And a big congrats to Carol Attwell Bourne who just recently opened a furniture 32 and gift store called “Shop the Tree House” in the Hill Country where she lives with her hubby Mike. Heading to the Hill Country for the holidays is Nancy Couch Davis, who thanked me for doing this column (you’re very welcome) and reported that for Thanksgiving she will visiting Comfort, Texas for the annual Christmas Parade. A classic Hill Country parade where “if you can put a light on it, it’s in the parade”. It’s the Texas version of the Rose Parade, well, not quite but it’s a great way to kick off the holiday season and a beautiful family tradition with her husband and two daughters. (Nancy, stop by Carol’s new store if you are in the area). Nancy’s daughters are seven and 13 and when they are not sipping on hot chocolate and watching a Christmas parade, they are busy taking dance lessons throughout the year. Speaking of dancing, Dewey Gaedke is hoping to take Salsa lessons soon! He also mentioned that he is taking improv theatre classes and trapeze classes. Ether he has a truly interesting life or I am the most gullible classmate around. Dewey spent Halloween in San Francisco with all the real freaks and goblins. He also sold his company this year and is building an Iphone app for women, all while helping the homeless through Mobile Loaves and Fishes. Many other classmates have been helping charities and donating to the victims of Hurricane Sandy. I hope that all our friends and families who were in the path of Sandy weathered the storm safely and have power, of course. As for me, I’ve enjoyed keeping up with many classmates on Facebook, especially reading the political banter of Pito Pratt, who keeps me laughing daily. I love seeing pictures of everyone’s family and can’t believe how time flies by! My oldest son, Daniels, is now in sixth grade and we are experiencing the joys of pre-teenage years (oh, payback is hell). Daniels is into every sport you can imagine. His favorites are baseball, like his dad and playing soccer like a true Semander. My youngest, Zane, is four and a half and I am busy chairing a holiday Toy Drive in his honor “Zane’s Toy Chest” for kids with autism. He is doing great and both boys keep us laughing and on our toes. My husband Fred has begun to expand his law business into mediation and he is really enjoying the transition. We celebrated our 13th wedding anniversary this year and our family grew plus one, with a new puppy named Arri. I am still choreographing and traveling to Houston several times a year to work with the Kinkaid cheerleaders. If any of you were at the Homecoming game or St. John’s game, you may have seen my choreography. I feel blessed to be able to do what I love and also be a stay at home mom and wife. Truly, the best of both worlds. As I end this column, Thanksgiving is this week and it’s a great reminder to always be thankful to God for the blessings I have in my life, not just during Thanksgiving but every day. Count your blessings not your misfortunes and remember, it’s the little things in life that really matter in the end anyway. Finally, we are still seeking contact information for the following classmates. Please contact me (email@example.com) or the Alumni Office at the school if you have their email or address. Thanks! WANTED: Sam Adams, Barana Baker, Mallory McDade, Pat Beathard, Annelise Bovet, Loueva Halla, Susan Schwartz, Cynthia Davis, Dimitri Demopolous, David Frame, Nancy Dunlap, Ray Gregory, Toby Whitehead, Pito Pratt, Virginia Waller, Will Wright, Heidi Tieken, Walter Keneally, and Katy Bohnert. Cheers to 2013, hope it’s a great year for everyone! He encourages any classmates wanting to attend games with the Round Rock Express (Austin) or Corpus Christi Hooks to contact him. Todd Siegler writes from Colorado: “in the spirit of being a proud daddy, my eight year old son won Nationals for Ironkids this year and my ten year old daughter did great in the Boulder Ironkids.” Another proud parent, Marvin McMurrey became the father of twins earlier this year; I see lots of diapers in his immediate future. Speaking of changing diapers lots of diapers, Lance, who is father of a four year old, and two year old has another one on the way. Lance has obviously been a very busy man; he’s also just launched another new food brand - Boomerang’s. You can find Boomerang’s all natural meat and veggie pies in your local Whole Foods frozen aisle; be sure to give it a try. Lance says to “tell everyone they are always welcome to visit in Austin; we will show them a good time - take them on the lake, let them babysit, etc.” On the other end of the spectrum: Anne Chmielewski Kushwaha’s son is a freshman at UCLA and Leslie Schlumberger Garcia reports that they are in the process of completing college applications for her son who was just elected Homecoming King (the first ever) at Saint Mary’s Hall. As for me, I am again concentrating on my custom homebuilding/remodeling business Taylor/Jill Development. In August, my oldest daughter began her senior year at Wellesley College and my youngest daughter started her freshman year at Kinkaid; I can see the finish line!! 1984 Jackie Fair Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org It was great seeing everyone last spring at the dedication of the Lenny C. Katz Performing Arts Center. In what turned out to be a mini-reunion, we were well represented with almost one-third of our classmates showing up to this wonderful honor for Lenny. The crowd included Ken Barrett from California, Mimi Killinger from Maine, Jeff Foster from Oregon, Teddy Terhune, Lance McInnes and Kevin Killens from Austin. Jeff Vallone graciously offered his wonderful restaurant, Ciao Bello, for a post dedication gathering where we toasted Lenny and caught up with old friends. You can check out pictures on our “Kinkaid Class of 1984” Facebook page. In addition to members of our class coming from near and far, we raised over $13K for The Lenny Fund. You can still make a gift to the fund; by credit card at www.kinkaid.org/onlinegiving and selecting The Lenny Fund as an option in the restricted gift category, or by check payable to The Kinkaid School (note The Lenny Fund in the memo section), Advancement Office, 201 Kinkaid School Dr., Houston, Texas 77024. Brett Sanders (who also attended the dedication) is still doing equity trading and working in minor league baseball. 1987 Ashley Brunson Clark Houston, Texas email@example.com Doug Rosenzweig Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Our 25th reunion in April was a blast and it was great seeing and reminiscing with everyone there (about 30-35 classmates in attendance). Thanks again to John Young for hosting the event. Before getting to the class updates, we want to again acknowledge the tragic passing of our classmate Louis Rothermel on July 17, 2012. Our deepest sympathies go out to Louis’ family and friends. As far as class news goes, here are the current updates: ALUMNI NEWS WINTER 2013 Josh Adams lives in Charlotte, NC, with his wife Tracey and their two daughters, Abby (ten) and Jessie (six), and their two dachshunds, Samurai and Kamikaze. Josh and Tracey are literary agents representing children’s and YA authors, and work together at Adams Literary, the business they started in NYC. Josh, Tracey and Abby are all second-degree blackbelts in Taekwondo, and Jessie (who, unrelated to her martial arts training, just lost her first tooth) is on her way to earning her first-degree blackbelt too. When he’s not doing sword training, Josh and his family enjoy traveling, cooking, watching movies and bicycling. John Bakht and his wife Cully have recently moved out of the Woodlands and are moving back to Houston. They should move in around Thanksgiving and hope to reconnect with many of the old classmates soon. Their eldest son Eli started sixth grade at Kinkaid this year, and middle son Sam is in third grade at Bunker Hill Elementary. Their youngest Philip, who was born in Dubai, is at Chapelwood. He really enjoyed the reunion and hopes someone will put something together before another five years go by. Candace Brown Johnson is living in Johns Creek, Georgia with her husband Artis and their seven-year-old daughter Caitlin. She enjoys playing tennis and golf around Caitlin’s busy social schedule and after school activities. She also enjoys playing the piano for the choirs and teaching Sunday School and Children’s Church at their church. Jed Brown still lives in Laredo and has for the past 20+ years. His wife Belinda is still a state judge, and she “judges” him all the time. His son Walker is now a sophomore in high school. Walker plays football and baseball for his high school, and Jed is pleased to report he is much more well-rounded than his father. He is on the CX and extemporaneous debate teams, student council, and numerous other clubs. Jed works in real estate development and construction with his two brothers, Doak Brown ’92 and Wil Brown ’95, along with his father. He also enjoys traveling and hunting. This past September he spent two weeks guiding for grizzly bear in Alaska and just this past week he shot a large whitetail deer with his bow. He expects this buck will end up being one of the larger ones taken in Texas and the U.S. this season. Mark Crosswell is married with four kids. Mark and his wife just opened up a new natural-based allergy clinic in Houston. Shannon Dyer Dowell keeps busy with husband Kelly, kids, design work and wendow (her store in Austin) and wishes life always happened in that order! She loves her work and is blessed with the support she has from her amazing husband and very independent children Patrick (sophomore in high school) & Drew (eigth grade). Andy Edison is actually on the airplane back from D.C. as he writes his update. He ran the Marine Corps Marathon earlier in Washington D.C. in memory of a friend who passed away last year. It was his fifth—and final—marathon. It was a lot of fun, but he is getting too old to do this stuff!!! In other news, his daughter Shelby celebrated her 10th birthday earlier this month. Her birthday cake for her party was made by none other than our own Jennifer Jones, who has put together a terrific cake making business on the side. Although he has been busy with work, travel has been his family’s passion. He spent a week on the East Coast visiting historic sites, travelled across the pond to England/Scotland over the summer and will spend the holidays in Borneo. He is also trying to fulfill his goal of attending every big sporting event—he went to the London Olympics, ArenaBowl XXV and the Ryder Cup this year. Stephen Eubank is in his eighth year of in-house counsel with Anadarko Petroleum Corporation as senior counsel for benefits, labor, and employment. His wife Kelley has completed her dermatology residency and is about to start practicing inside the loop, while he commutes daily to The Woodlands. In October 2011, they had their first child, Benjamin, and he is doing great. Nina Phuong Ha was married on Friday, January 6 at the Harvard Club of New York to Stephen Girasuolo. On Thursday, January 5 a Buddhist priest performed a ceremony that incorporated Vietnamese traditions at the Unitarian Church of All Souls New York. The library themed wedding had bookmarks as escort cards, book pages as table numbers and even a vintage Smith Corona typewriter. Attending the wedding were fellow 1987 classmates: Maria Boulafendis, Diana Munson Kayser (Dee Dee Munson) and Claire Chung. Tracie Hall recently had lunch with a fellow classmate after discovering the classmate works for a client. Other than returning to Houston and entering law school last year, all is well. Hopefully she will catch up with other classmates while she is in Houston. Michael Harter and wife Rebecca have been married 15 Kinkaid Alumni Event November 12th Katherine Howe ’95 Book Signing Home of Aaron and Hattie Parker Ball ‘93 George Howe ‘64, Katherine Susman Howe ‘64 and Director of Advancement Tom Moore Hope Morales Young ‘95, Katherine Howe ‘95, Mollie Schall ‘01 and Mary McFall Groves ‘95 Katherine answering questions from Alumni Philip Wise ‘96 and Erin Jones Brown ‘96 33 THE KINKAID SCHOOL working as the middle school athletic coordinator at a private school in San Antonio. She also coaches volleyball, basketball, and track, but still finds time for her two beautiful sons. Her oldest son Collin will be attending the University of Alabama in the fall on a full four-year scholarship. As for your class correspondents: Ashley Brunson Clark is in Houston with her husband George and children Elizabeth (junior) and George (freshman) who both attend Kinkaid and still keep her busy. Doug Rosenzweig and Jennifer Jones Rosenzweig live in Houston, have been married almost eight years, and have two boys, Zachary (almost six) and Jacob (four). Doug is the Editorial Director at Jones McClure Publishing and is going on his 15th year there. Jennifer is a pastry chef and has her own business—The Sweet Tooth. She prepares specialty birthday cakes and other cookies, deserts, and tasty treats. Please keep your updates coming— send them in to us anytime. what they were telling me was being stated for the record or not. Look closely, you can see it in my beady little eyes, how I am not smiling in the moment, but rather, smiling at the inevitable opportunity to make fun of those around me, specifically the happy camper to my immediate right, who would end up wearing that very same outfit all the way up to, and then well past, dinner time. Therefore, please take solace in knowing that there will be no threat of me digitally recording your every unfiltered word at the 25-year reunion on April 20, 2013, to be used for shameless fodder in a future update. Applications for my replacement will be accepted at any time during the reunion weekend, either in writing or, as was the case with me, foolish alcohol-induced utterances. So without further delay, let’s wrap up my updating career in the usual unorthodox fashion, where I will now construct the longest run-on sentence ever delved from a Kinkaideducated brain: Ladies and gentlemen, please take a deep breath, and leave everything but your commas and ellipses at the door, because Marc Sumerlin won this installment’s coveted first responder award, aided immensely by his employer’s automated response system, which immediately let me know he did not have access to his email, thereby tainting this award since he technically didn’t personally respond to anything, much less first, but it did all happen before I heard from... ...rookie responder Alan Luther, who was no longer trusting Thomas Halverson to report his rumor-swirling whereabouts, officially confirming his Wyoming residency for the past 12 years, with wife Lesli and kids Beau (12), Alexa (nine), and Knox (2), where the shaved ice business is not exactly booming in Jackson Hole during the winter, so he hopes to move back to Texas as soon as there is a demand for orthopedic surgeons who did not attend medical school, joining another classmate who recently... ...returned to Houston, as reported by a third party source not named Halverson, and therefore reliable, so everybody welcome back Hoggie Kim, who comes home to Texas after a Jersey stint with his wife and three kids, and speaking of... ...three kids, there was an appropriate number of third births around the class, three to be exact, starting with Page Shaper Haun’s aptly named Baby number three, Jason Hendricks similarly titled contribution to the world population (“Third Chad Kuriger ‘88, Chuck Scofield ‘88, Grady Lee ‘89, Todd Litton ‘88, John Semander ‘88 and Nick Phillips ‘88 in San Diego years now, have no children but two Norfolk Terriers they treat like children. They live in San Francisco and he works for Trinchero Family Winery in sales. Rebecca has her own wine consulting company. He recently bought a house in Nantucket, MA and is starting to split time on both coasts. He is an avid disc golfer and his goal is to quit work and play the Disc Golf National Tour. For real! Linda Jordan Willard thought it was wonderful to see a good part of our class at the April reunion- what fun! After that, her family logged a lot of air travel this summer- they went to back to France, then to the Pacific Northwest and Nevada. They have been really busy this fall with all the kids’ activities, work and school activities, and they are missing the quieter family life they had in France. Please let them know if you are ever in the D.C. area - they love to have an excuse to visit the monuments and museums they rarely see outside of having visitors! Amy Knight Miller is the Director of Client Relations and Marketing for Cox Smith, is married to De Miller, and has two kids, Avery (13) and John (ten). Diana Munson Kayser, along with her husband and daughter still live in Dallas, but they try to visit family in Houston and San Antonio as often as possible. Anna is in first grade at The Highlands School. Alan Owens is retired and living in Europe, though he does come back to Texas during the winter months. That’s all the news he has for now, but he is looking forward to reading all of the updates in the winter Kinkaid magazine. Christine Papadakes is enjoying teaching third grade at Kinkaid. This year she has Mary Moreland’s son in her class. Christine says it is such fun to reconnect in such a special way! Elyse Spector Kalmans manages the employment services program for Jewish Family Service, a 100 year old United Way agency. She is also busy driving carpool to and from Kinkaid for her three girls, Aerin (12), Kendall (11), and Talia (eight). She and husband Lewis will be celebrating their 16th anniversary this spring. David Tett is currently Geoscience Supervisor for the Shenzi field (deepwater Gulf of Mexico) with BHP Billiton Petroleum in Houston, where he has worked for almost eight years. He and his wife Saralyn live in Cypress, and spend much of their time in activities with their kids Alex (13) and Daphne (12). The whole family is active in scouts; David is an Assistant Scoutmaster with Alex’s troop and just completed two intense weekends of Wood Badge training for that role. Joel Weber has news about two Kinkaidians: himself and his Mom, teacher Bettie Weber. “Mrs. Weber” taught many of you English in the sixth or seventh grade. Joel lives in Pensacola, Florida, with his wife Pam and their three kids. Joel (a Rice U. graduate) has been working in manufacturing for 20 years, as a Chemical Engineer and Process Excellence Leader. He is with Pall Corporation, making medical and lab devices. Joel’s work has taken him to new places including: Pasadena TX, Delaware, Florida, Puerto Rico, and Long Island, NY. Your teacher Mrs. Weber is doing great, now also lives in Pensacola and keeps up with news about all of you! Joel went back to Houston most recently in October of 2008 to attend the wedding of Stephen Eubank. It was very happy, and he also caught up with Aaron Weinberg ‘88 at the event. Laura Westmoreland De Vega is still selling residential real estate with Allie Beth Allman and being mom to Lila (nine) and David (six). She and her husband Nelson keep up with several people from Kinkaid who live in Dallas. She loves how tight the KHS community is, even all these years and miles later. They come back to Houston often and hope to see everyone one of these trips home. Lyssa Williams Watters is currently 1988 John Semander Cypress, California email@example.com Fourscore and negative seventy-five years ago, our alumni office brought forth in this magazine, a new class update, conceived in selective memory, and dedicated to the proposition that all entries would include mention of a non-1988 Kinkaid graduate named Grady Lee ‘89. Now we might not be engaged in anything as serious as a Civil War, but this once dedicated class updater can no longer endure, and must retire to greener pastures, where the carpal tunnel is not quite so painful, and the similes flow like... uh, like... well, uh... like something more creative than water. It’s been a wild ride, and I truly appreciate everybody’s attention span during my tenure here, but this decision was ultimately made while posing for the attached photograph in San Diego (from left to right, Chad Kuriger, Chuck Scofield, Nobody Who Deserves a Second Mention, Todd Litton, Yours Truly, and Nick Phillips), at a Second Annual Mini-Reunion instigated by Tripp Piper (who was ironically not in attendance). You see, it was around this time that I realized I wasn’t so much having conversations with the boys, but more like interviews, always wondering if 34 ALUMNI NEWS WINTER 2013 Kid”), and finally Laura Richards Escalona’s non-numbered addition to her family, Andrea Isabel, who was the obvious inspiration for an unforgettable baby shower experience, mainly because Mommy was pregnant and could not... ...have any tequila, unlike two of the four classmates who hosted the shower for her, Donya Davis and Erin Street, who apparently had so much tequila that they could not be bothered with responding to my emails requesting further information, but un-unlike (which is technically... ...a double negative and therefore the same as like) the other two hostesses, Tina Papadopoulos Papandreou, who could probably use the tequila with three kids of her own already headed down the Kinkaid pipeline, and Juliet Evans, not Peterson anymore, and never Phillips for that matter, as was mistakenly printed last time, who is not using tequila in the middle school culinary classes she teaches, although she probably wishes there was a shot or two mixed into the recipes that she is forced to taste-test, as there will... ...certainly be plenty in whatever libations are being served at newlyre-wed Chad Kuriger’s unofficial and unsanctioned pre-reunion party, at his house on Friday night, April 19, 2013, secret pass phrase “Gimme a ticket, Pickett” for entry, assembly dress code enforced, and no outsiders allowed, much like... ...the Spring Valley Mom’s Club, of which Jennifer Monday Leman and Karen Hankamer Horne are glamorous members, but they can’t pull any strings for Heather Khuri Berglund, who lives a mere two blocks outside of the glamour zone, forcing her to... ...stay at home, watching Mike Monk on “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire,” where he made it to the tenth question, winning $27,750 and a Disney cruise, then celebrated by joining the street band “No Last Call” on baritone horn, and bursting into public venues around Harrisburg, PA, with funky covers of Bon Jovi, James Brown, and Lady Gaga, which is a nice transition to... ...a list of concerts attended by John Johnson lately, which include Kool & the Gang, Cheap Trick, and of course Kiss, while his son Ben tries to live up to Daddy’s class rocker status in fourth grade, as daughter Helena tries to hide from that same legacy in Ms. Cooney’s sixth grade history class, leaving me with... ...no good transition to the next segment here, so we’ll just pick it up with another baby announcement, that being Madeline (Maddie to her friends, “Mad Dog” Maddie to her enemies), born last year to Ashley Alsup and her climate scientist husband, Steve Yeager, who is... ...probably not the son of Mrs. Yeager from fifth grade homeroom, which would be so incredibly amazing, seeing that she went on maternity leave that same year, so the math could actually work, which would mean that Ashley’s future husband was an “in utero” classmate of ours, or not, but wouldn’t that be something, what are the odds, probably not nearly as good as... ...the odds that everybody’s favorite English teacher Mrs. Alsup has plastered her classroom with photos of her new granddaughter, or the odds that she is absolutely mortified at one of her ex-student’s butchering of... ...the MLA standards of grammar, which essentially concludes this admittedly annoying exercise in running on a sentence until the poor editors of the alumni magazine have no other choice but to insist that this particular writer never, ever, submit another word, or comma, or ellipse, so that they, me, you, we, all, may, finally... ...breathe. Kinkaid Alumni Event October 17th San Antonio Alumni party Headmaster Don North, Tom Bagby ‘00 and Lindsay Bagby 1989 Elizabeth Oxford Pagan Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Happy winter, Class of 1989! I hope 2012 has been as good to you as it has been for a few of our classmates! Read on. Oh Baby: Carolyn Russell Brock writes in, “I am late in reporting the birth of our daughter, Julia Elizabeth Brock. She was born November 4, 2011 and has just turned one. Her brother John is three and still is adjusting to having her around.” Scot Johnson reports, “My wife Amy and I had talked for years about celebrating our tenth wedding anniversary in Italy this past summer, but what says tenth wedding anniversary like a bouncing baby boy. Amy, twin big sisters Abby and Adele (seven), and I welcomed Scotty (officially Scot Wallace Johnson, Jr.) to the family July 9th. That’s officially 11 days early in anniversary terms, but precision was always going to be an issue. We’ll be 60 when he graduates from high school.” Jason Peters writes that he and his wife Caroline “recently celebrated Lisa Kaplan Rosenzweig ‘00 and Courtney Dreyer Beauchamp ‘93 Josh Zeller ‘91, Laura Dyer Mako ‘81 and Suzie Dyer Bacon ‘90 35 THE KINKAID SCHOOL P R O F I L E An Alum’s Unexpected Journey From Wall Street to Marfa W hen writer David McDannald ’90 graduated from Washington and Lee University during the boom years of Wall Street, he followed the crowd and took a job at Goldman Sachs. “As soon as I arrived at 85 Broad Street on my first day, I knew it was a mistake to think I could thrive in business,” he recalls. “I began to write to sort through how I felt. I made a conscious decision to use writing as a tool to figure out my path.” Little did he know at the time how that path would lead to the publication of his latest book, The Last Great Ape: A Journey Through Africa and a Fight for the Heart of the Continent. The book is a collaboration with Israeli writer and activist Ofir Drori. The two met in Kenya in the early 2000’s when Ofir was starting an NGO to help draw attention to government corruption related to the plight of endangered wildlife. The Last Great Ape is a gripping story of the fight against extinction of endangered species, of espionage-style raids on poachers and traffickers, and the struggle of Africans to hold on to unique aspects of their culture. “I traveled to Cameroon in 2002 to be with Ofir when he was building his operation,” David recalls. “Within one year he achieved the first arrest for wildlife crime for all of West and Central Africa, an unprecedented achievement for a non-government organization. By staying in Cameroon during much of that time, I sought to capture what was happening in Ofir’s life, while thinking of how we might write the story in the future. Our friendship grew into a brotherhood. The creation of our book was an expression of this.” David credits his Kinkaid senior year English teacher Jeanne Alsup for influencing his ultimate career choice. He began to find his voice as a writer in Mrs. Alsup’s class, as he “evolved from a kid more or less imbued with the entrepreneurial interests that defined my environment, to an idealist writing about nature,” he remembers. “Along the way I realized that the great gift of writing is not merely to capture what you already know but to reveal things about yourself that you do not yet know.” David moved back to Texas five years ago to live and work on his great uncle’s ranch near Marfa. He is in the unique position of being David McDannald ‘90 at the ranch in Marfa, Texas able to straddle the two worlds of this eclectic community. “I can spend the morning on the ranch, working cattle with cowboys and then drive to Marfa to hear a talk by a famous writer… These two worlds, the wild space of the ranch and the intellectual space of Marfa, nurture both parts of my personality.” He is currently at work on two new novels, one set on a west Texas ranch. “I love to live on set, as it were, and inhabit the space where my characters live,” David says. His other novel is set in Africa, where he plans to travel next year. “I am lucky to be able to spend my time writing stories, because writing is about learning.” To learn more about David, visit his website, www.davidmcdannald. com. The great gift of “ writing is not merely to capture what you already know but to reveal things about yourself that you do not yet know. ” 36 ALUMNI NEWS WINTER 2013 the first birthday of their youngest son, Andrew. Andrew, together with his older brother and sister, Michael (three) and Madeline (three), are keeping their mom and dad very busy.” Walter Weathers and his wife, Ashley welcomed their first child, William Thomas Weathers on October 3rd. Walter reports that mom, dad and baby are all going fine. Work it out: Allison Withers Edwards started a new job as the director of development at Volunteer Legal Services Central Austin. Sheereen Azimpoor continues to work remotely for the University of Louisville’s radiology department, and she and her husband are keeping busy with their daughters Lily (four) and Vida (two and a half). She and her family still live in Potomac, MD. I love hearing from you so keep the news rolling in. I hope everyone has a blessed holiday and a very happy new year! Elizabeth 1993 Courtney Dreyer Beauchamp San Antonio, Texas email@example.com Wendie Seale Childress Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Ashley Morgan Hanna Houston, Texas email@example.com Kim Field Baldwin, husband Carter Baldwin ’91, and children Anson (four) and Lucy (one) continue to live in Los Angeles. Kim performs psychiatric assessments for clinical research. Courtney Dreyer Beauchamp lives in San Antonio with her husband John and daughters Emily (seven) and Grace (five). Courtney also runs a business called Garage of Goods and is excited about the possibility of taking it outside of San Antonio to other Texas cities. Sarah Parker Broyles and husband Chad continue to live in Austin. Sarah, Chad, and daughters Parker (nine) and Bridget (almost seven) are enjoying living right off of the Greenbelt and often are found hiking there. Kimberly Harvin Bryant, husband Todd, and children Lauren (six and a half), Carter (five), and Andrew (two and a half) just moved to a new house and are enjoying a wonderful neighborhood full of kids. Now they live in a little bubble with everything (school, church, work) five minutes from home. The Bryants are feeling very spoiled and blessed. Todd’s (OUR!) ministry at Ascension Episcopal Church is going well, and they are having so much fun re-energizing the church. As part of Kimberly’s work supporting Todd’s ministry, she has started a Parents’ Night Out program at church that meets once a month during the school year. So, Houstonians, if you need a date night or four hours of peace, bring the Bryants your kiddos! There’s definitely never a dull moment around the Bryant house! Wendie Seale Childress continues to practice commercial litigation at Yetter Coleman, LLP, a commercial litigation and appeals boutique with offices in Houston and Austin. She and husband Matthew are enjoying spending time with children, Chloe (six) and Jack (almost three). Chloe is in Kindergarten at Kinkaid and loving it. Jack goes to school at St. Martin’s Episcopal Preschool and is growing fast. Congratulations to Lauren Dunwoody Collins and husband Porter on the birth of Greta (born November 14, 2012). Big brother Porter (four) and big sister Caroline (two) are enjoying their new baby sister. Porter just started Pre-K at Avenues in NYC and is in immersion Spanish. He also takes the bus to school at just four years old! Lauren is happy, healthy, and thrilled at the arrival of her beautiful baby girl. She also is proud of husband Porter’s new endeavors in the finance world, as Porter has started fund Seawolf Capital, and all is going well. Congratulations to Mark Dalton on his recent wedding to Laura Mitchell! The Daltons are living in Singapore while Mark continues working for Cambridge Associates. He focuses on working with Asian clients as part of his hedge fund advisory practice. Congratulations to Ashley Deaton and husband Josh on the birth of their beautiful daughter Lily! Ashley and Josh continue to live in Austin where Ashley enjoys her private psychiatry practice and working with the SIMS Foundation, which provides mental health care to Austin musicians. Ashley Morgan Hanna and husband Michael are enjoying their children William (three) and Catherine (two). Leslie Ballard Hull and husband Mark celebrated their tenth anniversary in May. Their daughter Katherine started Pre-K at Kinkaid and is in the Red Door class and having fun. Rebecca Fein Luks, husband David, and their two boys Benjamin (two) and Elliot (three months) relocated to Houston from New York in September. Rebecca is working in multi-family real estate development at Martin Fein Interests and David is back and forth between Houston and New York where his business, Honeydrop Beverages, is based. Katina Dale Matthews is enjoying her children who are happy and busy. She and her husband have a second grader, first grader, and a little one in Pre-K. Katina spends her time volunteering at their school and with the Junior League. She enjoyed her summer with family trips to DC, Connecticut, and the beach. Kathryn Thompson Maxwell recently returned to Washington, DC after living in Tampa for eight months while her husband Tom worked on the Republican National Convention. Their son Tommy is three and a half and their daughter Parker just turned one. Karen Pasternack is living it up in NYC and working as the personal assistant to Donald and Melania Trump. Congratulations to Daniel Scardino and wife Gretchen on the birth of their third son, Robinson! Big brothers Gus (six) and John (three) are enjoying their new little brother. Stephanie Kahn Tobor says that life in Colorado is great. Her family is looking forward to a busy ski season and has already had their first snow of the year. Their “little ones” are now nine and ten and thus, not so little anymore. They keep Stephanie and her husband busy and happy. Stephanie has also had a year full of hard work and travel. Her non-profit, Green Apple Supply, is growing rapidly and recently hired a Vice-President of Operations to assist with their workload. Stephanie manages real estate investments as well, along with working within the ocean conservation community to educate the community about the dangers facing the ocean and actions we can take to help sustain them. Carrie Paulus Vallone and husband are staying busy as most everyone else is, watching Grace (nine) and Luca (five) grow up. They are loving every minute of it and can’t believe how fast time flies. Carrie still works hard with Molasses Candy Paper Design Studio. In January, after the busy holiday card season, she will launch a new interactive website for MC. It will be the same concept but with new twists and she is really excited. John is still going strong providing financial planning and life and health insurance to his clients at Sofer Steiner & Associates. They count their blessings each day and Carrie remains grateful for all of the opportunities Kinkaid provided her oh so long ago. Victoria Windham Wind, her husband Martin, and son Trip welcomed a baby girl on November 12. Congratulations to the Wind family! 1991 Lane Alexander Danville, California firstname.lastname@example.org Ryan McCleary and wife Tracy are keeping busy with two little ones and enjoying being back on campus. Christian (five) started Pre-K at Kinkaid this year and loves being in Blue Door. Erin (three) is busy keeping up with her big brother. Ryan is still in private wealth management at Atlantic Trust. Anthony Gonzalez is keeping our country and national interests safe. He recently “took orders to Manama, Bahrain where I am the U.S. Naval Central Command’s Anti-Terrorism / Force Protection Officer. It is one of the best jobs I have had the opportunity to do in my career. I am very proud of my team - they are professional and learn fast and that is what we need here. Since they are younger action officers, they get to do all the travelling to support ship visits throughout the region - I stay in Bahrain and track all their movements and actions and also keep pace with everything going on in Bahrain. There has been some unrest that started with the Arab Spring last year and still has people that are unhappy with the Government of Bahrain. Aside from 130 degrees in July, the area is great, the buildings are very modern, the malls are nice (I never get to see anything but my office and my flat, but I hear it is all great). I do miss being home and I look forward to returning to Virginia in June 2013.” 1994 Courtney Domercq Daily Houston, Texas email@example.com 2012 – the year the so called 1% and 99% could not agree on who was in the 47%. The year Big Bird and an empty chair were major players in an election; and the year we learned that such a thing existed called Gangnam Style (though I’m still trying to figure out what it is). One thing I did discover, it is really difficult to come up with a variety of ways to say that a couple had a new baby. The Class of ’94 sure pops out a lot of them, so almost every update sounds the same. Congratulations to all and please excuse the repetition below. Mark Adam is now in his fourteenth 37 THE KINKAID SCHOOL year with Baker Hughes where he is managing a shape memory foam sand control development. His fouryear old daughter Kendall is in Pre K at the Fay School and his twin sons Henry and Theodore are two. Caroline McGaughy Alexander and Steven Alexander reported that they have no new news, just a year older – same jobs, same town (Austin), same house, no new kids (Reed is now four and Brandon is two). The only difference is that they “go to bed a little earlier now on account of [their] advanced age and early risers.” Apparently Mark Adam and Steven also have competitive barbeque teams. No word on whether Goode Company is getting nervous yet. Allyson Sikes Bartlett has definitely had her hands full this year. Her twin boys, Jake and Sutton, are turning nine, their brother Whit is almost six and last January they were all joined by new arrival Wynn. Rick Chambers and wife Katherine welcomed a baby girl in July, Peyton Linley. Peyton, along with sisters Stirling and Marion bring Rick and Katerine’s total up to three which is why “kids and work are about all [they] have time for these days.” Miller Crosswell and Allison Speed Crosswell’s ’92 third son, Oscar Holcombe, arrived last May. Demetri Dale and wife Elise had their second boy, Vasili, last February. Their son John will be three in March. Mark Donnelly is still a federal prosecutor for the US Attorney’s Office and is “enjoying every minute of family life.” He and wife Rachel welcomed their second child in June, daughter Hayden Lorena, who Mark reports “is fascinated by five-year old brother Landon and his various activities.” Ellie Bullard Essalih continues to do part time political fundraising and enjoys being a mom to Grace (five) and Libby (two and a half). Grace started Pre K at Kinkaid this year where her teacher is Steven Alexander’s mother, and her new buddy is RJ Lingle’s son Harris. “Everything is great” with Stephanie Friedman Evans. She traveled with her family to Thailand last February, her son Henry turned two in June and she and husband Greg welcomed their daughter Eloise on July 23rd – the same day Rick Chambers’ new daughter was born. Life for Stephanie is “busy and fun!” Brooke Herzstein Feather and husband Dan are expecting their second girl in March who will join big sister Lilly (six). Elise Schudy Ferreira and husband Gustavo live in New York and had their first child last summer, a little boy named Noah. Jamie Komiss Fishman is status quo. She is “still married to the original husband,” she lives in the same house and enjoys “the same two precious and perfect kids” and has the same job that she has had for seven years. The original husband is Brad, the two precious kids are daughters Dylan and Payton and the job is as associate general counsel at Key Energy Services. Life is also the same for George Gayle. His son George is four and a half and his twins Kate and Pierce are one. His wife Megan is doing well and his dental practice is good. Doug George and his wife Katherine and welcomed their son (Barrett) in September and they are enjoying life with Haylie (five) and Maddie (four). Doug is still working in commercial real estate development in Houston. Cullen Hanks lives in Austin and is a biologist with Texas Parks and Wildlife. He is on the board of the Travis Audubon. John Harper rejoined Haynes and Boone as Of Counsel in their labor and employment practice group. His son Jack is five. After years in Dallas, Liana Hawes returned to New York where she is Creative Director for interior design firm Wimberly Interiors. She has been very busy working on projects in Turkey, Panama, Hong Kong and New York. Liana is also busy planning a wedding – she is engaged to marry Jeff Young in Austin this April, and the wedding will take place in Allyson’s back yard! Christine Lawhon James also changed locations this past year. After ten years in San Diego, she and husband Chip, son Elis (almost six) and daughter Gigi (almost four) have returned to Texas via Austin with a three month stop in Seville, Spain in between. Seville was “an amazing experience,” and now they are settled in Austin. As of press time, they are awaiting the arrival of baby number three. Christine is loving being back in Texas. Elizabeth Sheedy Johnson and husband Matt still live in Shreveport and stay very busy with three-year old son Ryan and daughter Cate, seventeen months. Lizzy works in marketing for Federal Express. Casey Kaplan married Amanda Russell last March in Palm Springs, and the two are expecting their first child (a boy) this spring. Casey practices commercial and white collar litigation at K&L Gates, and he is “still a Democrat (nobody’s perfect).” His words, not mine. While still involved with Post Oak Energy Capital, Meg Malone has also joined forces with Rick’s wife, Katherine Chambers, in her marketing and fundraising consulting firm, Tulaa Solutions. Meg is excited about her work rewriting and redesigning the University of St. Thomas website which is keeping her extremely busy until the new site is launched this spring. Julie Herman Meyer has called San Francisco home for over a decade now. Last June, she and husband Jon had “an adorable baby girl named Riley Elizabeth.” Julie has been working for a “unique” non-profit called Nest (www.buildanest.org). She said, “if any classmates work for fashion retailers/designers and are interested in ethical sourcing (while alleviating poverty, promoting peace, and empowering women) check out our site or contact me.” According to Dabney Moriniere Moxham “the Moxhams are still doing well in New Canaan, CT.” Elise Julia Moxham was born on April 5th and brother Blake (four years old) is very excited about being a big brother. He is trying to ensure that his little sister’s first word is dinosaur. Kenny O’Donnell is working with his brother Tobin at Colton Capital. Joslyn Welch Paris reports that her kids are growing up fast. Son Jack is six and attending Kindergarten and daughter Evan is five and loving Pre K at “the big kid school.” Joslyn’s photography business is “going great.” At press time, Lewis Pennock and wife Fiona were awaiting the birth of their first child “any day now.” Lewis lives in Nashville and continues to work in the “ever changing books and publishing industry at Ingram.” Kim Sweeney Polo still lives in Oyster Bay, NY and welcomed her fourth baby last September, a little boy named Joseph William. Kim has adapted to life in New York and to her surprise has become a Long Island soccer mom, however she has not quite gotten used to people honking instead of waving. Lisa Falik Seigle is the director of law firm placement for a local legal recruiting firm in Atlanta. Her daughter Blair is seven and her twin sons, Michael and Brandon, are four. Lisa is busy with work and her kids’ schools. It turns out our salutatorian Sameer Sheth is a bit of an underachiever – at age 36 he is finally starting his “first real job.” Not sure what he was doing with all that free time other than finishing his neurosurgical residency at Mass General Hospital in Boston. As for his “real job,” Sameer is moving to New York in February where he has taken a faculty position at Columbia University in their neurosurgery department. He will be focusing on deep brain stimulation, epilepsy and brain tumors. Sameer and his wife Sarita have a first grader named Ronak whose biggest concern currently is whether he will have to switch allegiance from the Red Sox to the Yankees. Their three-year old daughter Naina is less interested in baseball and prefers cupcakes and things that are pink. Leslie Ladin Strauss has been very busy doing interior design work in Houston, Cabo San Lucas and Costa Rica. Both of her kids are little Falcons – son Ladin (six) is in first grade and daughter Lexie (ten) is a fourth grader which means only one more year until she is in Middle School. In the words of Leslie, “Yikes!” Charlotte Gregory Sullivan does volunteer work at St. Francis where her children Preston (six) and Olivia (nine) attend school. Brent Wise lives in Dallas and works for Alvarez and Marsal, a restructuring and crisis management firm. He and his SAVE THE DATE for The Richmond Guard Cocktail Buffet Classes 1928 – 1964 Tuesday, March 26th 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. The Commons Please contact Leslie Roemer Labanowski ’02 for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713.243.5054 38 ALUMNI NEWS WINTER 2013 wife Dani are expecting twins in April. Brent is both excited and terrified about going from zero babies to two on day one. John Wrangle is an esophageal and lung oncologist at Johns Hopkins and a member of their faculty. Nothing new to report from me other than my name change to Courtney Domercq Daily. I married Paul Daily ‘88 on New Year’s Eve in 2011, so 2012 has been all about adjusting to married life. Of course it’s always blissful! I continue to work as in house counsel for National Oilwell Varco, a position I have held for a year and a half. I still miss New York when restaurants here close their kitchens at 9:00, but it has been great being back home these past two years and spending time with friends and family. Thanks for all of your updates. I hope to see you soon, but if not, I’ll catch you in 2014 for our 20-year reunion. (Wow, did I just say that?) the arrival of Baby Boy Pfiester. He was due Thanksgiving 2012. Aisha Carter Crumbine gave birth to a super cool little girl this September. With a son, a daughter and a pooch her pack is complete. She continues her work in the education space as a parent trainer with FamiliesEmpowered. Forrest Wynn, and wife Katie proudly welcomed Isobel Lynn Wynn on August 27th. Clayton Hackerman and his wife Grace welcomed baby girl Isabelle in March this year. Clay is currently in Seattle working as a general surgeon. Deborah Vest Brown, and her family, husband, Barrett, and daughters, Audrey (seven) and Charlotte (three) enjoyed some time in the Magic Kingdom at Disney World over the Thanksgiving break. A much needed break, after moving to a new house! Kathryn McCarter still enjoys living in Austin. She’s “training” for her first half marathon in January 2013 in Houston. Good Luck, Kathryn. Greg Tevis and his family moved to Dallas from Atlanta. They have two sons, Pierce and new addition Andrew. Greg is still working at Deloitte in the strategy consulting space, focused in the TMT industries. Kathryn Wolf Krischer and husband Jeff welcomed a baby girl, Faye Evelyn on August 31. In October, Kathleen Dunwoody Graf travelled with Mary McFall Groves and Kate Marinis Walters out to San Francisco to visit Kathryn Wolf Krischer and her new baby girl. It was the perfect girls weekend on the West Coast! In August, new baby George Garner Walters arrived at the household of Kate Marinis Walters, and her husband, Logan. Big brothers Benton and Johnny are loving being at Kinkaid. Lindsay Wadler Hyman, and family are doing well. Kate is five and a Kindergartener at Kinkaid and William is three and at The Oaks in Briargrove this year. Eric Devlin and Kelly Kepper Devlin still live in Houston with their two daughters - Haley (eight) and Riley (two and a half). Eric continues to work as an Assistant D.A. in Harris Identify those pictured and be eligible to win a special prize from the Alumni Office. Send your entry to email@example.com by January 22. County, where he is a chief felony prosecutor in the District Court. Kelly stays busy teaching part-time at Riley’s preschool, volunteering at Haley’s school, heading up the neighborhood swim team, coaching Haley’s softball team and taking the girls to their activities and play dates! They had a fun family trip to Hyatt Lost Pines last summer, and then Kelly and Eric traveled to Baltimore for the wedding of Melissa and Eric Schafer. Macari Coleman Potter welcomed a baby girl, Mary Langham Macari Potter on March 6, 2012. Mary Langham joined big sister Kendall who is two. Macari is currently doing contract land work at Hess. Robin Lewis Baker is still living in Washington, DC, with her husband Brian and three-year-old son Hamilton, and she loves working in the admissions office of an independent school in DC. Marilyn Bloss Fontana continues to teach literature while pursuing her doctoral studies at The University of Memphis. She and her three children are enjoying the cool Tennessee weather and looking forward to traveling over the holidays with friends and family. Meredith Riddle is still enjoying working in advertising sales at CultureMap (www.culturemap.com) which is going strong in Houston, Austin and Dallas. She is heavily involved in the Darrell K Royal Research Fund for Alzheimer’s Disease and its upcoming inaugural event, “Ben, Willie, Darrell 4th & Goal Gala - Honoring the Coach, the Man, the Legend” taking place in Austin on March 27, 2013 at ACL in the W Hotel with a concert featuring Willie Nelson and other favorites. Let Meredith know if you need more info on attending this very cool event. Meredith also has a new role as Aunt to Oliver Anders, who was born in July. She loves her new role! John Barksdale expanded his family last April, when Isla Skye Barksdale was born. Their son, Johnny is two and a half years old. John’s wife Gillian is taking care of the kids and teaching yoga once a week. John is still at CBRE, and has taken up beekeeping with a side business called “Barksdale Bees”, which will be selling honey at local stores and farmers markets next year. Katherine Howe was in Houston recently signing and selling books for the Kinkaid Book Fair. Fellow classmates, Hope Morales Young, Mary McFall Groves, Deborah Vest Brown, Macari Coleman Potter, Meredith Riddle, and Elizabeth Rozelle Borski joined in the fun for a reception in her honor. In closing, over the Thanksgiving holiday, Kathryn McCarter got engaged to Michael Moore! 1995 Mary Sommers Burger Pyne Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Rachel Applegate is now working as the Campaigns Director at the Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts. Rachel manages all the marketing and development strategy for the foremost arts center in Southwest Florida. They host touring Broadway shows, major dance companies, headliners, present their own Philharmonic Orchestra and even have a museum on premises all right up Rachel’s alley! After a few bumps in the road including a brief experience of death, Dan Chambers, is back on the road to success. He owns and operates one of the top newspapers (The Costa Rican Times) as well as owns his own entertainment marketing platform. (Costa Rica After Dark). Both are successful new ventures after a three month stint in the hospital in 2010 which included open heart surgery and dying on the table for a few minutes. God said it was time for him to turn his life around and he has. Ashley Browning Pfiester and her husband Austin are eagerly awaiting 2000 Spencer English Austin, Texas email@example.com Alyssa Gardner Kilpatrick Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Michel Miller Houston, Texas email@example.com Tom Bagby was married to Ms. Lindsay Randahl in Big Sky, MT on September 1, 2012. They live in San Antonio where Tom started his own law firm in January. Tom passed the Louisiana Bar Exam this summer. Tom is now licensed to practice law in Texas, Montana & Louisiana. Joe Bailey is enjoying life in Austin with his wife Alice. He gets to see a lot of his tenant, Spencer English, and other Kinkaid alums who stop by Austin to visit. Joe’s wife Alice laughs when she finds Kinkaid mailings simultaneously addressed to ‘Joe Bailey and Spencer English’. Class of 1998 Girls Getting Ready for Reunion 39 THE KINKAID SCHOOL P R O F I L E Mercy with Murphy in Africa W hen Catherine Murphy ’07 was a Kinkaid senior she helped organize a project for a school in East Africa that left her wanting to do more. That summer she traveled to Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe and came back determined to return to work on this incredible continent. After graduating from the University of Texas in 2011 with a B.S. in Journalism, Catherine took a marketing job with a Houston law firm, but her heart was still in Africa. She heard about Mercy Ships, the floating hospitals that provide free health care services in developing countries, and when an opportunity came along to work onboard in West Africa, she jumped at the chance. She joined the marketing team as a writer on the Africa Mercy, a surgical hospital, sharing stories about patients and life onboard. “My favorite part about being here is seeing the transformation in our patients,” Catherine shares. “Most of our patients come to us with tumors, bowed legs and other physical deformities. If the patients we see had had access to healthcare, they would have been treated long ago. But in West Africa, there is no access to healthcare. The smallest benign tumor can grow to the size of a basketball. To make matters worse, West African cultures are very superstitious; a physical deformity is considered a ‘curse’ and the person is ostracized. When Mercy Ships volunteer surgeons remove those tumors, it is profoundly life changing – physically, emotionally and socially.” Education shapes the “person you become, it is the one thing no one can take from you... Kinkaid taught me to have an open mind, and that is probably the best gift any life experience can give. ” At any given time, Catherine is working on at least four patient stories. This means following them before, during and after surgery. She meets with family members, doctors and caregivers. Thanks to Kinkaid, she speaks enough French to get by, but since many patients come from small villages, they only speak tribal languages so she uses an interpreter to help her get to know people. “The days I get to observe surgeries are my favorite. It’s just incredible what medicine can do. Every patient has a story to tell about the journey that brought him here. Many people travel for days and wait hours to be seen by our doctors – I am the person that gets the amazing chance to sit down and listen!” Murphy and classmate Lauren Marsh collecting supplies to send to a school in East Africa while at Kinkaid Murphy and friend from Africa Mercy Catherine’s experience thus far has made her appreciate the importance of education. “Education shapes the person you become; it is the one thing no one can take from you,” she says. “Kinkaid taught me to have an open mind, and that is probably the best gift any life experience can give. It sent me out into the world asking questions. There is a remarkable thing you get from Kinkaid – you acquire an attitude that reaches beyond your textbooks and shapes your character.” She credits favorite teachers Kate Lambert and Katherine Leathem, who helped her discover things about herself that still echo strongly today – her love of writing and her fascination with medicine. “And I had no bigger cheerleader at Kinkaid than Ms. Bev (Williams), who no doubt would have helped me fly to the moon if I told her I wanted to. Without these people touching my life, I wouldn’t be sharing this with you from a floating hospital in Africa right now.” Read Catherine’s blog at www.clarkemurphy.wordpress.com 40 ALUMNI NEWS WINTER 2013 Sam Beall reports: “Christine Kesler and I are engaged to be married next summer here in Vermont. We moved here in January from San Francisco. It was a long drive in a big truck, but we’re settled in now, and really love Vermont. I’m working as an architect for an affordable senior housing developer as part of a threeyear fellowship. It’s been a really rewarding job; I feel like the work I’m doing makes a big difference in people’s lives.” Matt Brollier is living in Houston and working for the Houston City Council. of Texas. He spends his free time at Town Lake with his one year old golden retriever, Earl. Nick Erwin continues to enjoy life in Houston with his family and is working at UBS. His boys, ages two and four, keep their house full of excitement. Nick and his wife Melissa are also looking forward to traveling to both coasts for the holidays with family. Walker Fair is “living in Houston, still running FUNL Marketing (a web design studio). We have also just recently created another arm of the business that is more focused on custom software applications for businesses, called Suede Software. My daughter Sadie is 19 months old and growing fast.” George Fontaine continues to work for New West Records and lives in Athens, GA with his wife Melissa. It’s been a busy year for George. He launched a new imprint record label, Normaltown Records, as a way to sign and develop up-and-coming artists. George is also working on the second annual ‘Ho Ho Ho-down’ concert at The Gramercy Theater in New York on Dec 15. He hopes to see KHS friends at another sold out show this year. David Fossas and his wife Courtney had their second son, Austin Hunter, in February. They then moved back home to Texas in May and love living in Austin. Their first son, Logan, just celebrated his second birthday. David continues to work at WeissComm Group as a communications consultant. Leon Green is “enjoying my time working with friends and family. I spend the balance of my time doing a little country dancing and enjoying time with a group of folks that go to Kaleo Church.” Michael Hanson and his wife Jennifer are expecting their third baby in late December. Connor (four yrs. old) and Bain (two and a half) are excited to be big brothers to a baby sister. Michael continues to work for Parkman Whaling, supporting its investment and merchant banking efforts in the oil and gas industry. Per Jeff Kamrath: “my wife Ginger and I are quickly approaching our one year anniversary and are very excited to see some family over the holiday’s. We recently moved back into New York City after a year in Jersey and couldn’t be happier, especially since we were virtually unscathed during Hurricane Sandy. Ginger continues to teach fifth grade at an Upper West Side private school. I continue my business endeavors as the Director of Grassroots Marketing for GameChanger, a mobile scorekeeping app for baseball, softball and basketball. I am fortunate to be able to stay involved in sports and be working for Front row: Sarah Jane Jornayvaz ‘05, Alice Gutermuth ‘05, Mary Wakefield ‘05 and Meredith Knapp ‘05; Back row: Emily Merrill ‘05, Catherine Bradley ‘05, Hilary Sealy 05, Lauren Pitts ‘05, Courtland Crosswell ‘05, Helen Hemingway ‘05 and Sarah Callaway ‘05 an up-and-coming startup, which is exciting, exhausting and stressful at the same time. Besides that, I enjoy playing softball and talking trash to New Yorkers about everything, especially their sports teams.” John Labanowski is still living in Dallas and working as a hedge fund manager. On the personal side, John and his fiancé Aubrey are getting married in April. Mike Lionetti “is still with my awesome girlfriend Kristen. I bought a house in Houston Heights area. I am still working for Shell and about to start a new job working on Completions and Well Interventions in West Texas.” Joe Looke is living in Dallas working at Natural Gas Partners, an energy-focused private equity firm. Christian Luening is happily living in Boise, ID with his long term girlfriend, Kristin. Christian is playing for Snake River Rugby Club and looking to take a national title this summer. Christian is “using my philosophy degree from Brown to be a ski instructor this winter at Bogus Basin Resort, ha!” Per Kevin Madigan: “I’m back in the DC area getting my LLM in intellectual property law at GW and was recently admitted to the Maryland Bar. Jobs: 0. Wives: 0 Kids: 0.” Charlie Meyer and his wife Alison had their second daughter, Elizabeth Tate Meyer, born May 19, 2012. Their older daughter Frances is going to day school at St. Martin’s. She is two and a half years old. Charlie is still working at NewQuest Properties and is volunteering at the Open Door Mission in east Houston. Dan Meyer reports “My wife and I have recently been volunteering in various ways at Yellowstone Academy, a private, faith-based school serving some of Houston’s lowest income families. And at work, we recently started construction on a small retail development at the University of Houston. With all of the growth the University is experiencing, it’s an exciting time for our project.” Mayes Middleton reports: “Not much has changed, Macy and I are enjoying living in Houston with our two rescue dogs. I’m still working in the family business. We just got back from a trip to China and Japan and are headed to Hawaii for New Years.” Ashton Mossy is living in Houston with his wife and two dogs. According to Ashton, “until I get my PGA card, I am still working for the family business: car dealerships - Nissan specifically. I am trying to travel and enjoy the freedom before any kiddos - went to France earlier this year and Bahamas for Christmas. I am still strumming the guitar, grilling, hunting, and playing poker with the other yahoos from our graduating class.” To quote Cyrus Nasr, “Same old song and dance here. Running my restaurant and the golf course.” In January, Brian Ogilvie will take a brief leave from the Broadway production of “Mary Poppins” (where he covers Bert and many other roles) to play Eddie Ryan in “Funny Girl” in Vero Beach, Florida. Then it’s back to cleaning the chimneys of London in February. Carter Old and his wife Henley were blessed with their first baby, Owen, in August. Both Henley and Owen are healthy and doing great. Carter also completed his part-time MBA program through UT in Houston in July, so the timing couldn’t have worked out any better. “It’s a relief finally being done with school, and I love being a dad; hence, life is good!” H.D. Pappas is married and working as a broker in Houston. Ben Port “left PepsiCo and New York in March and moved to Chicago to join Robert W. Baird. The family is getting settled in the mid-west and Lara and I are expecting baby number two in the spring.” Rahul Sheth is still in 41 Lauren Leavitt ‘00 and Traci Thompson White ‘00 Frank Bryan is living in Houston and working in energy. Jeff Butler “is still living in Los Angeles and working as a hospital administrator at UCLA Medical Center in Westwood. In between working in the operations department for the hospital, I am soaking up the California sun and am always on the look-out for that perfect script.” Alex Carrell is finishing up his Masters in Education at Rice, (for English grades eight through twelve) and substituting at Awty, Episcopal and St. John’s on the side. Jordan Collins is still happily working on clean energy policy and project finance in Washington, “but as the Washington Examiner reported, I “cashed out” and left Department of Energy to join Mintz Levin - a Bostonbased law firm / government relations shop with a national practice in the space.” Jordan is still travelling a lot, including three weeks in Asia this fall visiting friends. Chris Creel is currently operating a law firm and art studio from 1410 West Sixth Street in Austin. “I am doing exactly what I want to do and next to nothing that I do not want to do.” Chris is acting as a professional problem solver, and he is expecting a baby boy at the end of April or beginning of May. Evan D’Amico is working in Manhattan as an attorney. Spencer English is enjoying life in Austin, residing in Joe and Alice Bailey’s “casita” (back-house). He is pursuing his MBA at the University THE KINKAID SCHOOL residency and planning to do a fellowship in interventional radiology. “In an odd twist of fate, my wife and I are expecting, and our due date is within a week of Sunil and his wife’s due date. Go figure…” Per Sunil Sheth: “I’ll finish my residency in Neurology in June, from the University of California San Francisco. After that, it’s fellowship training at UCLA, where I’ll be specializing in Stroke and Interventional Neurology. The home-front has been active as well: baby Sandhya is now just over one year old and she’ll be a big sister in April. Shreya and I are looking forward to the move down to southern California and trying to figure out how to keep our kids from becoming too LA.” Phil Silberman is married with two children, running real estate businesses and practicing a little law in Houston. Lucas Somoza “celebrated my wedding to Guerlain perfumer Thierry Wasser with a grand, three-night extravaganza in Paris. Kinkaid alumni attendees included Stefanía Palandjoglou Allen (with husband Thomas), Michel Miller (with now fiancé Philip Mullet) and Lacey Liedtke (also with soon-to-be husband Ross Brunner). Inspired by the creativity of event planning, I am now in the process of founding my own event design company, details about which will be unveiled this spring. I continue to serve as the Vice Chair of my favorite charity, Operation Smile.” Per Matt Stalcup, “This past year, I got married to a fellow Aggie who I met a couple years ago in San Fran. We got married in Sonoma and honeymooned in Bora Bora. I moved from Vegas to San Fran after the wedding. I left Johnson & Johnson and am in grad school at University of San Francisco working on my Masters of Finance. I’ve made a couple trips back to the motherland during hunting season but spend the little free time I have watching SEC football and adjusting to life in The People’s Republic of California.” Carson Underwood “recently left the world of brokerage to join David Weekley Homes to assist them with inner loop land acquisition. So far it has been a great move. I am learning a lot about townhome development and really like the team I work with. I also recently sold my house and moved four blocks away to a slightly larger home. Still not married and no kids but I have been going steady with the same girl for six whole months.” Mac Vineyard lives in Houston and works for Halliburton/Baroid. Thank you to all of our classmates that responded this year. I hope y’all have a great 2013. The wedding party of Eddie Moore ‘06 and Brittany Tune in Dallas on October 6 included three of his classmates and basketball teammates: best man Charles Labanowski (on the groom’s left) and groomsmen Mitchell Currie (on Eddie’s right) and Ben Messier (third from Eddie’s left) (Thursdays 8-10pm PST, streaming live at www.kxsc.org). Kirby Allison graduated from Texas Christian University in May with a BS in Communications. Kirby then spent the month of June in Moshi, Tanzania teaching English and math to first grade students in the local primary school. She now lives in New York City working at JonesWorks Inc., a boutique public relations firm specializing in personal PR. Kevin Anding will be moving to Eugene, Oregon in January to pursue his MBA with a Sport Business focus and will be using his last season of track eligibility to compete for the Oregon Ducks’ Track and Field team. Mason Bashaw graduated from Notre Dame in May with a BBA in Management Entrepreneurship and Spanish Literature with a minor in Computer Applications. Took time to travel to Europe with friends from school and visited Venice, Lake Lugano, Florence, and Barcelona. She is now working as an Internal Sales Consultant for Invesco in Houston. Ryan Beirmeister graduated from Northwestern in May and was recognized by CNN as “one of the best debaters in the land”. She is now living in Washington D.C. and working for Palantir Technologies. Margaret Belchic is living in Washington, DC working for a healthcare research, technolgy and consulting firm called the Advisory Board Company. She graduated from Tufts University in May. Jeffrey Berman graduated from the University of Texas in May. He is now in his first year of the MD program at Baylor College of Medicine. After graduating from Vanderbilt University in May, Katherine Bookout travelled to Moshi, Tanzania to teach math to primary school children. She is now living in New York City working in Private Wealth Management. Bailey Britt Weaver graduated from the University of Texas in May and recently married JR Weaver in a beautiful outdoor ceremony in Kerrville, Texas. The two now reside in Austin, Texas. Emily Burke is living in Austin, working at St. Stephen’s putting her Kinkaid sports background to work 2008 Kirby Allison New York, New York Kallison22@gmail.com Mason Bashaw Houston, Texas firstname.lastname@example.org Jason Adams is living in Los Angeles (Hollywood area), working a few different jobs, after graduating from the University of Southern California in May. One of his jobs is at a recording studio called Larrabee as a runner; the other is at a small television station where he works as an audio editor/tech, music composer and video editor; and the last is at a bar/venue called The Federal Bar where he works in the live sound department. On the side he is also scoring music for an independent documentary, recording and mixing music as a freelance audio engineer, and keeping up a weekly radio show Kinkaid Alums Around the Town Rachael Jones Berry ‘03, Whitney Walker Crenshaw ‘03 and Allison Poarch ‘03 42 Back row: Allison Monteith Evans ‘04, Mary Catherine White ‘04, Bailey Thomas Haidamous ‘04, Whitney Rape ‘04, Jordan Allison ‘04, Front row: Ashley Springmeyer Jones ‘04 and Kim Heine Nettles ‘04 Colleen Sheedy ‘98, Margot Fried Hogan ‘98 and Meredith Hopson ‘98 ALUMNI NEWS WINTER 2013 Kinkaid’s Seventh Annual Alumni Leadership Day The Seventh Annual Alumni Leadership Day on November 16th was a great success. The program, hosted by the Kinkaid Young Professionals Organization (KYPO), is designed to give seniors the opportunity to hear from Kinkaid alumni who are leaders in different fields and have attained a level of success in their professional lives. The event brought 38 alumni back to campus to share their educational and career experiences. The day began with a keynote address on leadership from Andrew Watt ’04 who graduated from the United States Naval Academy and was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps. After training, he served as a signals intelligence officer, then was deployed to Afghanistan where he was promoted to Captain and now serves as a company commander. Alumni serving on nine panels shed light on diverse career paths. Each senior chose three discussions to attend and participated in a Question & Answer session at the end of each panel. The seniors ended the morning with a roundtable lunch with alumni. Alumni Leadership Day is a unique opportunity not only to meet outstanding and accomplished alumni, but to begin considering how a Kinkaid education can lead to different paths in life, both personal and professional. Alumni Leadership Day Committee Tobin O’Donnell ’98 Matt Gordon ’99 Mollie Schall ‘01 Arts & Entertainment Moderator: Liz Riddle Anders ’98 Julie Soefer ’99 Caroline Forney Helander ’97 Ryan Gordon ’93 Business & Entrepreneurship Moderator: Tobin O’Donnell ’98 Dan Lummis ’01 Scott Frankel ’99 Kelly Russell McWherter ’95 Paul Barnhart ’02 Communications Moderator: Whitney Rape ’04 Lindsey Love ’98 Michel Miller ’00 Whitney Walker ’03 Finance Moderator: Marcus Rolls ’04 Ryan McCleary ’91 Daniel Jenkins ’97 Law Moderator: Mollie Schall ’01 Blair Richardson Loocke ’99 Shea Henry ’03 Matt Lea ’98 Allison Poarch ’03 Whitney Rape ’04 Medicine Moderator: Laura Sheedy ’01 Lauren Leavitt ’00 Leslie Frankel ’03 Oil & Gas Moderator: Jeffrey Wise ’99 Justin Van Keppel ’01 Max Barrett ’03 Ross Canion ’98 L.B. Roemer ’98 Public Service & Education Moderator: Allison Poarch ’03 Catherine Goble ’99 Alexandra Smoots-Hogan ’93 Elizabeth Evans Mann ’99 Andrew Watt ’04 Real Estate Moderator: Matt Gordon ’99 Trey Miller ’99 Brittany Hansen Cassin ’00 Brian Kaplan ’04 John Beckworth ’07 Paul Barnhart ‘02 and seniors at the Roundtable Lunch Students and Panel during Oil and Gas presentation Seniors Sam Sands, Karen Brownman and Calin Ackerman Caroline Forney Helander ‘97, Ryan Gordon ‘93 and Liz Riddle Anders ‘98 Panelists (on left), Liz Evans Mann ‘99, Judge Alexandra Smoots-Hogan ‘93, Catherine Goble ‘99, Andrew Watt ‘04 and Allison Poarch ‘03 43 THE KINKAID SCHOOL as a high school field hockey coach. She is also working in the administration office busting kids who are late to school. Pierce Cohen moved back to Houston after graduating from the University of Texas, where he had previously accepted a job at Chevron working with the subsea facilities team. Matthew Evans graduated last May with his Finance degree (B.B.A.) from SMU, and is currently finishing up his management science/MIS degree (B.S.) and engineering management graduate degree (M.S.) at SMU. He will graduate with his B.S. in May 2013, and will graduate with his M.S. in June/July, 2013. Jared Gooding graduated with a BFA in Lighting Design and Technology from The Theatre School at DePaul University. He is staying in Chicago working as a freelance lighting designer/electrician and also doing carpentry/ metal work for some theatres around town. He is now a company member with MPAACT Theatre Company and serving at the Technical Director for its Solo Jam Series this season. Recent achievements include opening his first post grad Chicago design with MPAACT’s production of Blackademics, and being the Assistant Lighting Designer on Court Theatre’s production of August Wilson’s Jitney. He will be teaching lighting design to high school students with CPS’s after school matters program stating this winter, and he is also still DJ’ing at bars on Chicago’s north side on the weekends. Taylor Hendrix graduated from the University of Alabama in May and is now in law school at the South Texas College of Law. Roll Tide! Eric Hurst is pursuing a degree in physics, after transferring to the University of Houston last year. He is also currently presiding as the president of the Society of Physics Students at the University of Houston. Andrew Klein graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Alabama in May and spent the summer backpacking through Europe. He is now enjoying his first year at the University of Texas Law School. Sasha Levine graduated from Northwestern in June in International Relations and Spanish Literature. TCH Women’s Pavilion Tour for Houston Area Alumni Please join fellow Kinkaid Alumni on Monday, February 4th at 6:30 p.m. for a behind the scenes tour of the new Texas Children’s Hospital Pavilion for Women. Speakers include Mark Wallace, CEO of TCH, and Dr. Michael Belfort, Obstetrician and Gynecologist-in-Chief of TCH. Space is limited, please RSVP to email@example.com. for the following Alumni Parties: Dallas Area Alumni Party January 16 Coal Vines Pizza 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Austin Area Alumni Party January 31 Max’s Wine Dive 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. New York City Area Alumni Party February 27 Agave 7:00 - 9:00 p.m Washington DC Area Alumni Party February 28 Darlington House 7:00 - 9:00 p.m Atlanta Area Alumni Party April 10 Mi Cocina 6:30 - 8:30 p.m SAVE THE DATE After that she traveled for a couple of months to Portugal, Spain, Greece, Switzerland, and Israel (over the “summer”) before starting her job in August. She is working as a broker for a commercial real estate firm called Urban Retail Properties in Chicago-living downtown and loving it! Jessica Messier graduated from the University of Texas in May. She is in the MD/PhD program at Baylor College of Medicine. This summer she traveled to Southeast Asia with Katherine Verity. They visited Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam and are roommates. Katherine is a first year medical student at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston! She also traveled to Southeast Asia during the summer. Her stops included Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Frances Smith is currently in graduate school at the University of Texas earning her masters in accounting. She will graduate in December and will begin working as a tax accountant at Ernst and Young in New York City starting in July. Christin Snodgrass graduated from the University of Texas in May and is now living in Houston working in events and marketing at the law firm Vinson and Elkins. Lawren Tilney graduated Phi Betta Kappa from Harvard in May. She accepted a job with Disney working on its Executive Strategy Team. She is really enjoying work and Los Angeles. Becca Traber is in her first year of a PhD program in Political Science at Yale. She graduated from Reed College in May and then made the move across the country to New Haven. After graduating in May from Rhodes College, Kristin Wilkinson remained at Rhodes in Memphis, Tennessee to serve as an Assistant Director of Admission at Rhodes College. Her territories include Alabama, Florida, and all international applicants. She will be touring South America Fall 2013 on a recruitment trip, putting that Spanish major to good use! Work has kept her extremely busy but travel season keeps things fun and exciting. Beyond that, she is just dealing with bills and poor rental management - but isn’t everyone! Julia Wood graduated from Texas A&M University in May. After an internship last summer she accepted a marketing job with the Houston Sewell Audi dealership. She has been working with them since August and is enjoying work and being back in Houston. Kelly Putterman graduated from Texas Christian University in May. She is still in Fort Worth working at Baylor All Saints as a registered nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Mary Katherine Rathmell graduated from Southern Methodist University in May with a BBA in Marketing, took a trip to Thailand, and now she moved has back to Houston. She took a job with the Energy Department at Lockton, where she is now an Assistant Account Manager. Arun Singh is working in private equity in San Francisco. He graduated from UC Berkley in May and is enjoying northern California. Katie Skarke graduated from the University of Texas in May. She now works as an Account Coordinator for McDonald’s at Moroch in Dallas. She has been with the company since June and is really enjoying her position. 44 MILESTONES WINTER 2013 In Memory Louis Rothermel III ’87 passed away on July 17, 2012 in Dallas. A “Lifer” at Kinkaid, Louis obtained his undergraduate and graduate degrees from SMU where he was a member of the Kappa Alpha fraternity. Louis enjoyed a career in real estate serving as managing director of Prescott Realty Group. He also enjoyed spending time traveling and hunting with his many friends. Louis is survived by his parents Jane and Louis F. Rothermel II; his sister Lynn Rothermel Dunphy ’89; and his aunt Ellen Rothermel Stuart ’59. Robert E. Gossett ’48 passed away on August 5, 2012. A member of the Kinkaid all-male class of 1948, Bob later received his degree in Economics from the University of Texas. Bob began his career in the “Oil Patch” in 1952 with Standard Oil and in 1976 became a District Landman for Diamond Shamrock. He was selected Landman of the Year in 1982. Bob served as Vestryman and Senior Warden for Ascension Church and Christ Church Cathedral and was a Director of Hammersmith Community Improvement Association for 16 years. He is survived by two grandchildren in Oklahoma City and a niece and nephew. Dorothy Turner Glauser ’35 passed away on August 22, 2012. A second-generation Houstonian, she attended Kinkaid for 12 years and graduated in 1935, Kinkaid’s first twelfth-grade graduating class. She attended the University of Texas and Rice Institute, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1940. She is survived by her three children Ann Glauser Dowell, Harry J. Glauser III and Camille Glauser Canion; grandchildren Craig Glauser ’90, Ross Canion ’98 and Laura Canion Chiles; and great–grandchild Turner Chiles ’24. James Clay Cravens ’81, passed away on August 24, 2012. Clay entered Kinkaid in third grade and graduated with the Class of 1981. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Texas. Clay was the Gulf Coast Regional Manager of Waco Filters and Founder, President and CEO of Chemflo Process Filtration, LLC. A strong supporter of Kinkaid, he was also a volunteer basketball coach at Chapelwood United Methodist Church and St. Martin’s Episcopal Church. He is survived by his parents Chico ’51 and Kay Cravens; his wife Kelli and their three children Campbell ’12, Kirby ’17 and Farise ’19; and his brother and sister-in-law Will ’83 and Janet Cravens and their children James ’16, Mary ’18 and Stephen. Former parent and Kinkaid teacher Mrs. Myra Horsey passed away on September 8, 2012. She came to work part-time at Kinkaid in 1969, but was quickly hired the following year by Mr. Cooper to be the lower school music teacher. Myra remained in that position until her retirement in 1991. She is survived by her children Carol Horsey Katz ’63, Rick Horsey ’65 and Kathy Horsey Lankford ’71; grandchildren Beth McGee, Jennifer Russell, Mark Horsey and Ben Horsey; and five great-grandchildren. Jack Greer Taylor Jr. ’60 passed away on September 26, 2012 after a long battle with heart disease. Jack was a member of the Class of 1960 at Kinkaid before graduating from Lamar High School. He attended the University of Texas at El Paso and at Austin and graduated in 1965 with a degree in Business. Following graduation, Jack took a year to travel around the world; he received an internship at Merrill Lynch in London and worked with other investment leaders in Japan and Australia. Upon returning to Texas, he worked for Rauscher Pierce Investments for over 20 years. He later started his own firm Jack Taylor and Associates. Jack is survived by his wife Elizabeth Knapp Taylor ’70; their children Jack G. Taylor III ‘88, Kay Taylor Klumpp ’91 and Ann Sydney Taylor; his stepchildren Chelsea Keeton ’05 and Elizabeth Keeton; and four grandchildren. Lloyd “Bland” McReynolds ’46 passed away in New Braunfels, TX on September 27, 2012. A lifelong resident of Houston, he also maintained homes in Lake McQueeney and New Braunfels after retirement. Bland was a 1946 graduate of Kinkaid and a 1950 graduate of SMU. After working in the family business for several years, he sold Universal Printing and began a career investing in real estate and financial institutions. Bland helped to organize the Houston Apartment Association and served as the first president of the Texas Apartment Association. Bland dedicated much of his time to civic affairs in Houston. He was appointed Chairman of the Houston City Planning Commission by Mayor Louie Welch and was Houston’s longest serving and last Director of Civil Defense. An avid outdoorsman and flyer, Bland was a supporter of the NASA Manned Space Program and a proud “Colonel” in the Confederate (now Commemorative) Air Force. He is survived by his wife Judy Baumann; their children Melanie Lehmberg ’79, John McReynolds ’81 and Joseph McReynolds ’86; and ten grandchildren. Ruth Chambers Lewis ’47 passed away on October 16, 2012. Born in New Orleans, Ruth was a member of the Kinkaid Class of 1947 and continued her education at SMU. She married William G. Lewis on June 21, 1952 and recently celebrated 60 wonderful years of marriage. Ruth was a lifetime volunteer with the Blue Bird Circle, Founding Registrar of the National Madison Family Society of Descendants, and an active member of the Clayton Genealogical Library, Colonial Dames of the 17th Century, Daughters of American Revolution and Daughters of War of 1812. She is survived by her husband, William Lewis; her children W.G. Lewis Jr., Kenneth Lewis and wife Glynis, Ruth P. Schelnick and Erminie Hewitt and husband Michael; her brother Dunbar Chambers ‘53 and wife Trish; her sister Erminie Chambers Chapman ‘49 and husband Dave; 10 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Suzanne Boyle Varner ’65 passed away in Whispering Pines, North Carolina, on October 18, 2012. The daughter of Kinkaid Board of Trustees Chairman William Stewart Boyle (’58-’61) and Julia Ethel Boyle, Suzanne is survived by her daughter Jennifer Elizabeth Huge and husband Nick; sisters, Janet Boyle ‘63 and Irene Louise Boyle ’66; and three grandchildren. John Brashear McAshan Sr. ’54 passed away on October 22, 2012. A fifth generation Houstonian, John attended Kinkaid from 1947-1951 and graduated from Lamar High School. He received a B.A. from the University of Texas in 1963, after serving in the U.S. Air Force in Korea. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Carole Waska McAshan, three children and nine grandchildren. Darryl Scott Lewis ’81 passed away on November 29, 2012. He graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in History, and the University of Houston with a Master’s degree in Training and Development. A true people person, he was a loving, kind and considerate husband, father, son, brother, nephew and friend. He treasured his family and friends and brought joy and light-hearted humor to everyday life. He is survived by his wife of 17 years, Martha Brown Lewis, their sons Jacob Pierce and Alexander Stuart, mother Donna Glick Lewis, brother Greg Lewis and wife Bonnie, nieces Lara and Ania. Darryl was a member of the Houston Congregation for Reform Judaism and volunteered with Boy Scouts and Goodwill Industries. He worked in the benefits administration industry. Randall Meyer, former chair of the Kinkaid Board of Trustees, passed away on December 7, 2012 at the age of 89. Mr. Meyer is survived by his wife Barbara, their son Warren ‘80 and his family; daughter Gretchen Manias ‘82, her husband Bill, and their sons Andrew ‘13 and Hayden ‘14; and daughter Kristen Wrinkle ‘83 and her family. A more detailed story about Mr. Meyer and his many accomplishments will be included in the Spring 2013 magazine. 45 THE KINKAID SCHOOL THE KINKAID SCHOOL MILESTONES Birth Announcements Lauren Katherine Labanowski, daughter of Leslie Roemer Labanowski ‘02 and Lawrence Labanowski ‘02 Dean Robert Urquhart, son of Amy Spalding Urquhart ‘00 and Robert Urquhart Oliver Dalton Anders, son of Liz Riddle Anders ‘98 and David Anders ‘97 Douglas Barrett Orme George II “Barrett”, son of Doug George ‘94 and Katherine George Sarah and Max Mischer ’01, a daughter, Molly Winters Mischer, June 4, 2012 Sarah and Chris Weekley ’99, a daughter, Asher Grace Weekley, July 12, 2012 Nicole and Evan Katz ‘82, a daughter, Alexandra Esther Katz, July 17, 2012 Katherine and Rick Chambers ’94, a son, Peyton Linley Chambers July 23, 2012 David ‘97 and Liz Riddle Anders ’98, a son, Oliver Dalton Anders, July 25, 2012 Brice and Michelle Martinez-Viera McKane ’90, a son, Logan Reid McKane, August 2, 2012 Henley and Carter Old ’00, a son, Owen James Old, August 6, 2012 Greg and Helena Davis Mendez ’03, a son, Worth Davis Mendez, August 10, 2012 Amina Malik and Shaid Rahman ’98 &, a daughter, Zara Naheed Rahman, August 13, 2012 Mariam and Ashraf Lakhani ’94, a daughter, Sofia Imaan Lakhani, August 13, 2012 Lawrence ’02 and Leslie Roemer Labanowski ’02, a daughter, Lauren Katherine Labanowski, August 15, 2012 Katie and Forrest Wynn ’95, a daughter, Isobel Lynn Wynn, August 27, 2012 Jeff and Kathryn Wolf Krischer ’95, a daughter, Faye Evelyn Krischer, August 31, 2012 Megan and Jonathan Filgo ‘95, a daughter, Bendy Barnett Filgo, September 5, 2012 David and Aisha Carter Crumbine ’95, a daughter, Ziza Kay Crumbine, September 10, 2012 Robert and Amy Spalding Urquhart ’00, a son, Dean Robert Urquhart, September 12, 2012 Isabelle and Chris Fort ’92, a son, Seve Valdes Fort, September 12, 2012 Maren and Will Warren ’92, a son, Declan Wilson Warren, September 20, 2012 Sloan and Sydney Welch Teegarden ’97, a daughter, Elizabeth “Libby” Layne Teegarden, September 25, 2012 Katherine and Doug George ’94, a son, Douglas Barrett Orme George II “Barrett”, September 27, 2012 Sarah and Chris Leavitt ’98, a son, Harrison Scott Leavitt, October 10, 2012 Martin and Victoria Windham Wind ’93, a daughter, Charlotte Elizabeth Windham, November 12, 2012 Kate and Christian Easterling ’98, a daughter, Sloan Emery Easterling, November 19, 2012 Brian and Alyssa Gardner Kilpatrick ’00, a son, Foster Brian Kilpatrick, November 27, 2012 Marriages Michael Lombardino ’00 & Kimberly Podraza May 5, 2012 Jonathan Jeter ’97 & Kate McEntire June 2, 2012 Alex Whittington ’99 & Jen Duckworth June 2, 2012 Becky Blades ’05 & Justin Gregg June 9, 2012 Julie Mackay ’07 & Jeff Petry July 6, 2012 Whitney Walker ’03 & Clarke Crenshaw July 7, 2012 Will Richardson ’02 & Annie Barrera July 14, 2012 Johnny Bubb ’96 & Lauren Fiske July 21, 2012 Lauren Schall ’02 & Copeland Rhea July 21, 2012 Iman Houston ’01 & James Farrior July 21, 2012 Charlotte Wolfe ’05 & Craig Ross July 28, 2012 Ted Sangalis ’02 & Caitie Hlushak August 4, 2012 46 Morgan Mischer ’05 & Lucas Warth August 11, 2012 Neha Batavia ’02 & Manish Agrawal August 11, 2012 Hallie Eads ’97 & Matt Spies August 18, 2012 John Keeton ’91 & Stephanie Von Stein August 26,2012 Tom Bagby ’00 & Lindsey Randall September 1, 2012 Haley Lyons ’06 & Matthew Gilliam ‘04 September 1, 2012 Lauren Paul ’00 & Elliot Cless September 1, 2012 Corinne Kendall ’02 & Kevin Markman September 1, 2012 Emily Gerger ’03 & Graham Segal September 2, 2012 Stephen Golding ’05 & Melissa Grenader September 2, 2012 Kate Beasley ’05 & Michael Brock September 8, 2012 Frank Vargas ’03 & Rachael Pool September, 2012 Worth Snyder ’97 & Lauren Clark September 8, 2012 Michele Soefer ’98 & Andy Shapiro September 29, 2012 Mary Ann Voigt ’99 & Matt Laconte October 6, 2012 Leila Wheless ’87 & Bruce Grooms October 6, 2012 Eddie Moore ’06 & Brittany Tune October 6, 2012 David Roosth ’05 & Rachel Grogan October 6, 2012 Traci Thompson ’00 & Caperton White October 27, 2012 Taylor Liedtke ’02 & Devon Meyers November 10, 2012 Bailey Britt ’08 & Jonathan Weaver November 17, 2012 Will Monteleone ’02 & Jennifer Hightower December 1, 2012 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 YEAR-END HIGHLIGHTS Phase 1 of Tomorrowâ€™s Promise reaches $25 million goal in 20 months Kinkaid builds third Habitat for Humanity house and wins Emerging Builders Award from Houston Chapter of Habitat for Humanity Headmaster Don North announces his retirement effective July 1, 2013; community responds with great appreciation for his outstanding leadership Exemplary student achievement in standardized tests, and in regional and national competitions in the arts, debate, and publications Annual Fund exceeds $2 million for the first time in the history of the School thanks to: +11% increase in total number of donors Admissions Office processes over 1000 applications, highest number in history of the School Kinkaid finishes second in the Southwestern Preparatory Schools Athletic Directorsâ€™ Cup among coed schools +5% increase in parent participation Dr. Andy Martire named next Head of School Bob Beeman joins the staff as new athletic director 30% alumni participation 98% student re-enrollment rate 99% faculty and staff participation Ken Cowan, Leslie Doggett, Jay Mehta and Bill Montgomery are elected to Board of Trustees Exceptional record of college placement for the Class of 2012 47 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT 2011-2012 School Boards BOARD OF TRUSTEES TRUSTEES EMERITI ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Thomas M. Simmons, Chair Linda Andrews John B. Beckworth William J. Campbell James E. Chandler Edwin H. Frank III Pam Fullenweider Joseph A. Hafner, Jr. Frances Hopper Jeter Henry J. Lartigue C. Berdon Lawrence Teresa Ong Lee Walter G. Mayfield Caroline Mitchell Michael S. Morgan Paul B. Murphy, Jr. Donald C. North David P. Oelman E. Staman Ogilvie Ricardo Perusquia Lee H. Rosenthal Andrew J. Segal Mary Eliza Lovett Shaper J. Abbott Sprague AnnaLee Waite Eugene Werlin, Jr. LIFE TRUSTEES J. B. Coskey Roy H. Cullen T. Dan Friedkin Corbin J. Robertson, Jr. David M. Weekley ENDOWMENT FUND BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mark Sikes ’87, President Stephen Dyer ’85, Vice President Christa Hawkins Hash ’79, Secretary Directors Adam Altsuler ’92 J. Mark Breeding ’74 Erin Jones Brown ’96 Virginia Mary Thompson Brown ’84 Gayl Ware Carlberg ’66 Aisha Carter Crumbine ’95 Marie Fay Evnochides ’59 Jim Frankel ’69 Wyatt Hogan ’90 Katherine Susman Howe ’64 Helena Papadopoulos Johnson ’82 Brian McMackin ’93 Jane Hoffert Moore ’46 Brad Morgan ’96 Hattie Parker Ball ’93 Mike Pearson ’71 Annette Faubion Stephens ’82 Matt Thanheiser ’76 Ellen Weingarten Wagnon ’79 Philip Wise ’96 Joy Archer Yeager ’85 Nicole Domercq Zarr ’87 Welcome Wilson Jr. ’69 Ex-officio David Oelman ’83 Trustee Liaison Stefanie Newton Esposito ’91 Faculty Representative Alexis Hart ’12 Senior Representative Walker Spier ’12 Senior Representative David M. Underwood, Chair Terri Baird Stewart Cureton, Jr. Curtis Kayem William C. Montgomery, III E. Staman Ogilvie Thomas M. Simmons J. Abbott Sprague Willoughby Williams, Jr. INVESTMENTS FOUNDATION O. Holcombe Crosswell Stewart Cureton, Jr. Ernest L. Deal Mary Nell Jeffers Lovett Jack H. Mayfield, Jr. Randall Meyer David M. Underwood William M. Wheless, III Stuart Yudofsky Eugene Werlin, Jr., President John Beckworth James Chandler T. Dan Friedkin Charlie Herder Wyatt Hogan C. Berdon Lawrence Tad Mayfield Carter Overton Steve Retzloff 2011-2012 Operating Budget Endowment Distribution 13.1% Auxiliary Services 7.0% Tuition and Fees 73.7% Total Revenue $34,471,468 Annual Fund Contributions 5.9% Other Income 0.3% THE 2011-2012 ANNUAL REPORT is a publication of the Advancement Office of The Kinkaid School. The report lists gifts for the 2011-2012 fiscal year made between August 1, 2011 and July 31, 2012. In compiling this report, we have made every effort to ensure that these listings are accurate and complete. If you made a gift during the 2011-2012 fiscal year and your name has been omitted, misspelled or listed inaccurately, please accept our sincere apologies and advise us of the error by calling Andrea Ibarra at 713-243-5046 or by emailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Kinkaid School Advancement Office is pleased to honor your request for how you would like your name to appear in this report. If you would like to change the way your name is listed in future donor listings, please email Advancement Office Assistant Cindy van Keppel, email@example.com. Administrative 18.5% Education 57.5% Total Expenses $34,434,826 Maintenance and Utilities 11.1% Auxiliary Services 6.0% Financial Aid 6.9% Net Surplus $36,642 48 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Phase One of Tomorrow’s Promise – The Capital Campaign for Kinkaid’s Future was launched in September 2010, with the goal of raising $25 million for the purchase of the 24.5 acre Milby property and some initial property improvements. Thanks to the extraordinary generosity of the donors listed here, Kinkaid has eclipsed the Campaign goal and raised a total of $25,678,000. The life estate that the School has given to the previous owner of the property allows Kinkaid time to develop and refine plans for the best use of the new land. It is a truly exciting time for the School. We are grateful to our generous community and to the dedicated team of volunteers who helped with this very successful campaign. CAMPAIGN VOLUNTEERS Cynthia Adkins Marshall Adkins Roni and Doug Atnipp Gayleen and Mark Breeding Will Britt Tim Detmering Marcy and Robert Duncan Stephen Dyer Tommy Ford Ed Frank Carol and Jim Frankel George Gibson Sally and David Harvin Webb Jennings Rolanette Lawrence Drew Masterson Sheila Mayfield Jay Mehta Paula and Hal Mentz Palmer Moldawer Bill Montgomery Andy Priest Barbara Robertson Andrew Roff Andrew Segal Mary Eliza and Park Shaper Abbott Sprague Doug Swanson Suzi and Doug Swanson Brian Thurman Beth and Schuyler Tilney Malcolm Waddell AnnaLee Waite Greg Whalley TOMORROW’S PROMISE STEERING COMMITTEE Berdon Lawrence and Corbin J. Robertson Jr. Honorary Co-Chairs Tad Mayfield Committee Chair Joe Hafner Trustee Don North Headmaster Tom Simmons Trustee 49 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT TOMORROW’S PROMISE CHAMPION $5 million+ The Katz Family - Jerold B. Katz, Evan H. Katz, Lenny C. Katz, Lissy Katz Bank PHASE ONE PACESETTER $50,000 - $99,999 Cynthia and John Adkins M. D. Anderson Foundation Sheri and Camp Bailey Michelle and Lorne Bain Terri Lacy and Jim Baird Georgia and Chip Baker Hattie and Aaron Ball Cissy and Rick Beeler Heidi and Todd Binet Polly and Murry Bowden Gayleen and Mark Breeding Anne and Will Britt Kristen and David Buck Melissa and Jeff Budoff Elizabeth and Neil Chapman Jennifer and Todd Colter Joann and Mike Cone Shelley and Mitch Cox Pam and Steve Daniel Mary Ann and Tim Detmering Patricia and David Dewhurst Lisa and Ralph Eads The Ebel Family Bebe, John, Alan, Raine, Kevin and Edyie Falik Kelli Cohen Fein and Martin Fein Ellen and Tommy Ford Pam and Keith Fullenweider Allison and Tog George and Family Nicole and George Gibson Marilyn and Jim Goettee Susie and Jay Golding Carol and John Gunn George and Mary Josephine Hamman Foundation Elizabeth and Curtis Harrell/ Harrell Family Foundation Sally and David Harvin Erin and Boyd Heath Hobby Family Foundation Elizabeth and Wyatt Hogan Marnie and Lee Hogan Kay and Howard House Marjorie and Lee Jacobe Kim and T. Mark Kelly Lucinda and Tom Marinis Christie and Billy McCartney Christiana and Luke McConn Ralph T. McElvenny Jr. Wendy and Chris Mehling Paula and Hal Mentz Kelli and Chris Mize Jane Hoffert Moore and Rachel Alice Ishmael Katy and Sam Murray Katy and John Nelson and The Krips Family Leslie and Randy Newcomer The Oelman Family Dabney and Jim Pierce Eliza Lovett Randall Joy and Edward Randall Peggy and John Rathmell Angie and John Reckling Sheila and Jordan Reese III The Reynolds Family Brooke and Corby Robertson III Ann and Hugh Roff Lee and Gary Rosenthal Mary Eliza and Park Shaper Ellen and Charles Sheedy The Sheffield Family Elizabetta and Jesus Silva FOUNDER $2,500,000 - $4,999,999 Rolanette and Berdon Lawrence BENEFACTOR $1,000,000 - $2,499,999 Kelly and Curtis Kayem Barbara and Corbin J. Robertson Jr. The Fondren Foundation The Brown Foundation, Inc. SUSTAINER $500,000 - $999,999 Debra and Dan Friedkin Shawn and Blake Hogan The Mayfield Family The C.N. and Maria Papadopoulos Charitable Foundation STEWARD $250,000 - $499,999 Carol and Les Ballard Brigitte and Bashar Kalai Kinkaid Auction 2010 Carole and Jim Looke Erin and Michael Maggi Beverly and Staman Ogilvie Melissa and Doug Schnitzer The Segal Family Martha Ann and Byron Snyder Suzi and Doug Swanson Beth and Schuyler Tilney AnnaLee and Andy Waite Bonnie and David Weekley Celebration event for the new property, October 23, 2011 Ginny and L. E. Simmons Susie and Tommy Smith Tiffany and Michael Smith Vivian L. Smith Foundation Melinda and John Stevenson Judy and Charles Tate The Vermillion Family Suzanne Bruce and Malcolm Waddell Kristen and Scott Weber Bernard Weingarten Kay Lee and Gene Werlin PATRON $100,000 - $249,999 Nancy and Jack Dinerstein Marcy and Robert Duncan Anne and Brady Edwards Cathy and Ed Frank Kathy and Kirk Hachigian Merrill and Joe Hafner Courtney and Bo Hopson Marie Louise and David Kinder Kinkaid Investment Foundation Janiece and Steve Lasher Laurie and Blake Liedtke/ T.C. Lupton Family Foundation Ann and Frank McGuyer Mamta and Jay Mehta Monteleone Family Foundation Kelly and Bill Montgomery Patti and Michael Morgan Mary Tere and Ricardo Perusquia Janis and Andy Priest Jackie and Al Richey Jan and Tom Simmons Bob and Vivian Smith Foundation The Abbott and Leslie Sprague Family Foundation Kathy and John Stanton Karen and Harry Susman Courtney and Doug Swanson Karen and Brian Thurman Elizabeth and Tim Vail Asha and Farid Virani Kim and Glen Wind 50 50 SPONSOR $25,000 - $49,999 Kim and Marshall Adkins Virginia and Warren Albert Joanie and Doug Aron Deborah and Russell Brown Beth and Michael Chambers Mary and Stephen Dyer Jo Anna and David Finkelstein Carol and Jim Frankel Cristina and José González-Blanco Susie and Ira Green Mary and Clifford Grum Suzanne and Steve Harter Helen Harvin Lea Ann and Mark Holmes Jill and Scott Holstead Lynne and Joe Hudson Caroline and Bruce Hurley Jessica and Jeff Jacobe Christy and Webb Jennings Patricia and Mark Johnson Katherine and Stewart Jones Lara and Phillip Ladin Jean and Ronnie Ladin Kathy and Jeff Love Mary Nell and Malcolm Lovett Carolina and Jeff Malonson Madeline and Drew Masterson Caroline and John Mitchell Courtney and Sean Mitchell Susanna and Palmer Moldawer Lauren and Brad Morgan Denise and Bruce Moseley Jeanne and James Moses Robert Carter Overton III Elizabeth, Greer and Charlie Pagan Debbie, Peyman, Ashley and Lexy Pakzaban Sara Beth and Dexter Peacock Laura and Will Robertson Beth and Chase Robison Debbie and Andrew Roff Nathalie and Charles Roff Maria and David Rosenfield Phyllis and Jack Selber Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Smith Cindy and Dick Snell Joan and Culver Stedman Andrea and Trent Tellepsen Jolynn and Keller Towns The Wombwell Family SUPPORTER $10,000 - $24,999 Jennifer Tuttle Arnold, Jeanie, David and Georgia Arnold SueSue and Don Aron Roni and Doug Atnipp Felicia and Bert Baker Bonnie and Bob Baldwin Scott and Kimberly Bayley Carolyn and Henry Broesche Deborah and Barrett Brown Virginia Mary and Ray Brown Pat and Craig Cavanagh Margaret and Geoffrey Chamblee Robin and James Chandler Lauren and Porter Collins Susie and Chris Cone Ellen and Jim Cummins Lana and Chip Cureton Sallie and Ted Davis Richard J. Domercq and The Daily and Zarr Families ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Marie and Steve Evnochides Laura and David Favaloro Lisa Pennington and David Furlow Mary and Robert Fusillo Anita and Stuart Gaylor Alison and Matthew Gemp Rana and Zahid Ghauri Lori and Barry Glickman Matt, Ryan and Scott Gordon Nancy and James Gordon Barrett and Janice Green Ashley and Michael Hanna Susan and Dick Hansen Christa and Vince Hash Ann Lents and David Heaney Alice and Randy Helms Houston Endowment, Inc. Sara and Brad Howell Radhika and Nikhil Inamdar Laura and Greg Jeckovich Frances and Rick Jeter Jill and Michael Josephson Melissa and Todd Joyner Elyse and Lewis Kalmans Paige and Jason Kist The Klevenhagen and Massingill Families Elizabeth and Paul Labanowski and Family Carol and Sim Lake Lucy and Lin Lamme Teri and Jeff Lee Katherine and David Lucke Sande and Dwight Lyman Kris and Johnny Maclay The McAuley Family The Meyer Foundation Christine and Shea Morenz Paul B. Murphy Jr. Annu and Sagar Naik Mary and Don North Laura and Kerry Notestine Gail and David Orr Catherine and Cenk Ozdogan Christina and Alexander Papandreou Julie and Philip Peacock Caroline and Jason Peters Nicole and George Postolos Tina and Joe Pyne Susie and Jeff Raizner Janelle and Greg Reid Donna and Paul Reinbolt Barbara and Steve Retzloff Mary Katharine and John Roff Michael Rose Amy and Wade Rosenberg Barbie and Bruce Ross Julia and Michael Rudin Laurie and Bret Sanders Lisa and John Sarvadi Ellen and Matt Shaffer Jeri and Marc Shapiro Ann, Don and Will Short Colleen and Phillip Smith Stephanie and Gavin Smith Lisa and Greg Spier Mary, Joe and Liz Studlick Emily and Tim Sullivan Drs. Elizabethand James Tang Lisa and Jacob Thomas Christine and Craig Van De Mark Mary Jane and Bob Wakefield Tara and Jeff Walker Jane C. Edmond and Randal S. Weber Jane and Stuart Weil Mequet and David Werlin Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wheless III Lisa and Tony Wong FRIEND up to $9,999 Association of Fundraising Professtionals Betty and Ken Adam Siva and Teddy Adams Jodi and Adam Altsuler Liz and David Anders Carolyn and David Anderson Linda and Kevin Andrews Kathy and James Arcidiacono Beverly and Dan Arnold Scott Asarch Trisha Baird Betty and Alton Barley Dorothy Barnes Jamie and Clem Barrere Lucy and David Barrow Carolyn and Steve Bell Terry and Rene Bell Adele and Lan Bentsen Elly and Phil Berman Emily and Don Bolin Kelly and Kirt Broesche Dana Brown Sarah and Sean Bunk LT Cameron Diane and Bill Campbell Deirdre and Francis Carr Dolores and Phil Chapman Cile and Chuck Childress Ellen and Paige Cokinos Barbara Cooney Sarah and Sam Cooper Beth and Drew Cozby Deana and Todd Crawford Julie and Markley Crosswell Shannon and Jeff Davis Julia and Mark DeWalch Libby Barlow and Jim Dunaway Tami and Pat Dyer Judith and Ned Earle Tina and Duane Elkevizth Sharon and Seth Ellerin Roxanne and Joe Ellis Amy and Daniel Ferber Leslie and Michael Fertitta Christina Bell and Rob Fowler Edwin H. Frank Jr. Lauren and Jeff Friedman Suzanna and Brant Fulcher Angie Gamez Diane and Graham Gilliam Amy and Jason Goldstein Gail and Ken Goldstein Jennifer and Richard Gould Debbie and Robbie Guinn Holly and Stuart Hamel Joanne Hankamer Merry and Erik Heyne Laura and Hank Heyser Marilyn and John Holstead Stuart Humphries Barbara and Richard Josephson Heather and Wayne Kearney Betsy and Dan King Leslie and Lawrence Labanowski Suzy and Bob LaForge Gina and Tommy Lamme Jane Huang and Allen Liu Emily and Patrick Loach Judy and Oscar Madrid Joanne and Ross Margraves Mimi and Todd Marix Lisa and Will Mathis Nancy and Ian McMillan Alison and Charlie Meyer Carol and Roland Miller Cheryl and Preston Moore Jennifer and Tom Moore Jen and Cory Moulton Amy and Hardy Murchison Shayne and David Newell Bridget and Greg Nikodem Syndor & Olga Oden Foundation Harsha and Anil Odhav Dina and Jim Ormiston Martha and Jose Oti Jennifer and Michael Pardee Cathy and John Pederson Hannah Brook Peskin Suzanna Bonham and Jonathan Phillips Georgia and Michael Piazza Corinne and Peter Pickett Josie and Chris Pielop Nikki and Stuart Pielop Wilma Pitre Kristin and Mike Poe The Powell Foundation Alison and Cullen Powell Carol Quillen Kim-Kay and Tom Randt Rachel and Craig Ribbeck Lynn and John Russell Lynn Salvador Louise Sayuk Anne Schoenewolf Kate and David Searls Molly and Jeff Shaffer Ana and Michael Short Jan and Richard Silverstein Patsy and Bob Speed Phyllis and Ed Spisak Eliza and Stuart Stedman Lisa and David Stone Elizabeth and David Stukalin Sandy and Tim Sturm Adri and Bruce Swanson Lauren and Daniel Taylor Jane DiPaolo and Jim Teague Shelly and Bob Thomas Anne Marie and Beau Thompson Ann Leavesley-Turpin and Bill Turpin The van Keppel Family Carolyn and Carol Vance Michelle Vann Katherine Warren Tetine and Chip Werlein Tom Wey Rita and Gary Wilder Wendy Wilson-Wills and Patrick Wills Betsy and John Wittenmyer Elise and Jim Woodruff Vereen and Madison Woodward Dorothy Wynne Christine Bourget and Andy Zipper Yasmin Alexander and John Zotos Dedication of the Lenny C. Katz Performing Arts Center, May 6, 2012 51 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT ANNUAL FUND We gratefully acknowledge the 2441 donors who contributed $2,026,497 to the 2011-2012 Annual Fund. Please note the giving levels here are for the 2011-2012 Annual Fund. New giving levels have been established for the 2012-2013 Annual Fund and will be reflected in next year’s Annual Report. SECOND CENTURY ROUNDTABLE Donors who made contributions of at least $20,000 to Kinkaid’s Operating Fund in the fiscal year ending July 31, 2012. Ruth and Ted Bauer Family Foundation / Mr. C. Doug Bauer Mr. and Mrs. T. Dan Friedkin Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Hopson III Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Koort Mr. and Mrs. C. Berdon Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Mayfield Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mayfield Bob & Vivian Smith Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John B. Beckworth Mr. and Mrs. Vineet Bhatia Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Bono Mr. and Mrs. Henry Broesche Mr. and Mrs. David C. Buck Alice Harcrow Burguieres CFP Foundation / Mr. and Mrs. Gary T. Crum Mr. and Mrs. Porter P. Collins Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cummins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Denechaud Mr. and Mrs. Colby Denison Mr. and Mrs. David Dewhurst Dr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Doan Dr. and Mrs. Steve K. Evnochides Dr. Wei-Tsuen Fang and Ms. Dao Ly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ford Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Frank III Mr. and Mrs. James G. Frankel Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Garrison Mr. Zahid A. and Dr. Rana R. Ghauri Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Kirk S. Hachigian Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Steve Harter Mr. and Mrs. Wade Head Mr. and Mrs. Jesse B. Heath III Mr. Claude J. Herpin II Ms. Jennifer M. Hester Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Johnson Drs. Sanjiv and Leena T. Kumar Mr. David B. Lasater and Mrs. Kay M. Sifferman-Lasater Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Leon Mr. and Mrs. Michael Maggi Mr. and Mrs. Will N. Mathis Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Mawer Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Mayfield III Mr. and Mrs. J. Luke McConn III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Mehling Mr. and Mrs. Jainesh B. Mehta Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. J. Hardy Murchison Mr. and Mrs. Sagar P. Naik Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan C. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. North Mrs. Belinda Oelman Mr. David P. Oelman Mr. and Mrs. E. Staman Ogilvie Mr. and Mrs. Harris Pappas Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Perusquia Mr. and Mrs. William C. Phelps Mr. and Mrs. William E. Pielop III Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Reckling III Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Richey Mr. and Mrs. Corbin J. Robertson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Schnitzer Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Segal Mr. Justin R. and Dr. Jennifer M. Segal Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Sheedy Mr. and Mrs. Jesus L. Silva Mr. and Mrs. Kennard R. Smart Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Sprague Mr. and Mrs. David Stukalin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Susman Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Swanson II Mr. and Mrs. Winston M. Talbert Mrs. Patricia A. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. David M. Underwood Mr. Farid and Dr. Asha J. Virani Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Waite Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Weber Mr. and Mrs. David M. Weekley Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Weil Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wombwell Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Brett W. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt L. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Roy Horlock Jr Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Jacobe Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Jeckovich Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Jeter Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Jo Mr. James B. Kendrick and Dr. Jacqueline F. Mostert Mr. and Mrs. David D. Kinder Mr. and Mrs. Phillip V. Ladin Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Ladin Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lahourcade Mr. and Mrs. Kamoru A. Lawal Mr. Yonghui Liu and Ms. Zheng Huang Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Looke Mr. and Mrs. H. Malcolm Lovett Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery K. Malonson Mr. and Mrs. William G. Manias Mr. and Mrs. David E. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Earle P. Martin III Mr. and Mrs. Drew K. Masterson Mr. and Mrs. Arshad Matin Mr. and Mrs. W. James McAnelly Jr. Mr. Wells McGee Mr. and Mrs. Jerad D. McMayon Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Mead Mr. and Mrs. Mayes Middleton Drs. Madjid Mirzaie-Tehrane and Jane Hew Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Bradley L. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Cory L. Moulton Mr. and Mrs. Amin Mukhi Mr. and Mrs. David Newell Mr. Tobin S. O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Bradford C. Oelman Mr. and Mrs. David P. Orr Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Orr Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Papandreou Mr. and Mrs. David A. Parsons Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pivec Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Poarch Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Price Mr. and Mrs. Scott Purdy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Racusin Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rae Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rathmell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. Raynes Mr. and Mrs. Omar A. Rehmatulla Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Reinbolt Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Reppert Mr. Jairo Restrepo Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Chase Robison Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Rosenthal Mr. Charles T. Schmidt and Ms. Kelly M. Battle Dr. and Mrs. James M. Seale Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shaper Mr. and Mrs. Don Sheffield Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Short Mr. and Mrs. Brooks M. Shughart The Honorable Cynthia Siegel and Mr. Robert Siegel MAJOR BENEFACTOR Donors who made contributions between $10,000 and $19,999 to Kinkaid’s Operating Fund in the fiscal year ending July 31, 2012. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ballard Mr. James M. and Dr. Beth A. Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Todd L. Colter Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Mike R. Dumas Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eads Mr. Gregory L. Ebel Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Finger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Fitzpatrick Mr. and Mrs. Wade G. Griggs III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hafner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Herzstein Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Hogan Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Howard House Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hudson Jr. Mr. Joseph Dahr Jamail III Mr. and Mrs. Bashar Kalai Mr. and Mrs. William C. Montgomery III Mr. and Mrs. Daryl R. Morey Dr. and Mrs. James B. Moseley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Mark L. Osborne II Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Rafferty Dr. and Mrs. David B. Rosenfield Mr. and Mrs. C. Park Shaper Mr. and Mrs. J. Abbott Sprague Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Swanson Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Swanson Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Sellers J. Thomas Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Thurman Ms. Kimberly Van Belle-Ebel Mr. and Mrs. Greg Whalley 1906 SOCIETY Donors who made contributions between $2,500 and $4,999 to Kinkaid’s Operating Fund in the fiscal year ending July 31, 2012. Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall Adkins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Albert Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Allshouse Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ashworth Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Atnipp Drs. Robert and Bonnie Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. John H. Barr Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Unal A. Baysal Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Beeler Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brandt Bowden Mr. and Mrs. David C. Bruce Mr. and Mrs. Worth Burke Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clements Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cooper Mr. Justin J. Cornett Ms. Leslie Bleil Cornett Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Coskey Mr. and Mrs. C. Mitchell Cox Mr. and Mrs. Todd F. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Cruse Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. John J. Dale Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Davis Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. De La Rosa II Mr. and Mrs. William P. Denison Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Detmering Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dinerstein Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. John C. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Fertitta Mr. and Mrs. James B. Fikaris Mr. and Mrs. David B. Finkelstein Mr. and Mrs. Clay Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Thad Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Fulton Mr. and Mrs. George R. Gibson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Barry A. Glickman Mr. and Mrs. Jay Golding Mr. and Mrs. Jose A. González-Blanco Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Gross Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Grove Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grum Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Hahn HEADMASTER’S COUNCIL Donors who made contributions between $5,000 and $9,999 to Kinkaid’s Operating Fund in the fiscal year ending July 31, 2012. Mr. and Mrs. William Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Lovett Baker Jr. 52 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. William S. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Stanford C. Stratton Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Studlick Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Susman Mr. and Mrs. Trent D. Tellepsen Mr. and Mrs. Hubert F. Tett Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Vail Mr. and Mrs. Craig M. Van De Mark Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Vermillion Dr. and Mrs. Tuan A. Vu Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Walker Drs. Randal S. Weber and Jane C. Edmond Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Werlin Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. John White III Mr. John C. Woodhouse II and Dr. Deborah A. Pearson-Woodhouse Mr. and Mrs. John F. Woodhouse Mr. Leslie Woods Mr. and Mrs. John R. Young Dr. and Mrs. Yi Zhang Mr. Andrew Zipper and Ms. Christine Bourget FELLOWS Donors who made contributions between $1,000 and $2,499 to Kinkaid’s Operating Fund in the fiscal year ending July 31, 2012. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos A. Abello Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Abello Mr. and Mrs. Asche Ackerman Mr. and Mrs. John A. Adkins Mr. and Mrs. A. Kent Altsuler Mr. and Mrs. Adam K. Altsuler Mrs. Carole Ames Dr. Rojan Amjadi and Dr. Leila Talieh-Amjadi Mr. and Mrs. David Anders Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. William L. Anderson Jr. Mr. Kevin and Dr. Linda B. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. James Arcidiacono Mr. Robert T. Arnold Mr. Steven Arnold Mr. Christopher Artzer and Ms. Marisa Reuter Ms. Honey C. Ashworth Drs. John and Karen H. Baerenstecher Mr. and Mrs. Lorne D. Bain Mr. and Mrs. James V. Baird Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Baker Mrs. Marguerite Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. David M. Bale Mr. and Mrs. George Ball Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Barden Drs. Nathaniel L. and Marcia A. Barnes Mr. and Mrs. William T. Barnett Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Bayley Mr. and Mrs. Dogan Baysal Drs. Richard L. and Mary Es A. Beaver Mr. and Mrs. Brent R. Bechtol Mr. Brian E. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beeler Sr. Drs. Nicholas P. and Katherine A. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Lan Bentsen Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Blomquist Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Bolin Mr. Vadim O. Bourenin and Ms. Lauri Newton Mr. and Mrs. J. Murry Bowden Mr. and Mrs. Mark Breeding Mr. and Mrs. Will Britt Dr. and Mrs. David M. Brown Dr. and Mrs. Barrett S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. William R. Brown III Mr. Andrew W. Burch and Mrs. Cathy Browning-Burch Mr. and Mrs. Lucky Burke Ms. Stacey E. Burke Mr. and Mrs. John G. Burns Dr. and Mrs. John A. Burpeau Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burrow Mr. Enrique A. and Dr. Dora E. Cantú Mr. Charles M. Carr III Mr. and Mrs. W. Noble Carl III Mr. Mark L. and Dr. Pamela R. Carmain Mr. and Mrs. Dunbar N. Chambers Jr. Ms. Elise M. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. John Chapoton Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cheesman Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Chenoweth Mr. Duane Clementson and Ms. Sheri Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Paige M. Cokinos Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Collie Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Colvin Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Combs Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cone Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Cone Mr. Roberto Constantiner Mr. and Mrs. Guido Costantini Mrs. Kelli L. Cravens Mr. and Mrs. David M. Crosswell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Markley Crosswell III Mr. and Mrs. Mark Crosswell IV Mr. and Mrs. O. Holcombe Crosswell Mr. and Mrs. Demetri Dale Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Franklin B. Davis Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Deal Mr. and Mrs. Al H. Denson Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Detering Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brad J. Deutser Mr. and Mrs. Malik Dhanani Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Dinerstein Dr. and Mrs. Stevan L. Dinerstein Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Dorflinger Mrs. Anita Doyle Dr. Alexander and Dr. Shannon Drtil Mr. and Mrs. David DuCharme Mr. and Mrs. George B. Duke Mrs. Jeaneane B. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Duncan Mr. George E. Duytschaever Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Pat T. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Earnest Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Elias Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. English Mr. Clark K. Ervin and Ms. Carolyn A. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Greg Evans Mr. and Mrs. David B. Favaloro Ms. Carolyn Fay Mrs. Brooke Herzstein Feather Dr. and Mrs. Barry W. Feig Mr. Martin J. and Dr. Kelli Cohen Fein Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ferber Mr. and Mrs. Jason B. Few Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Finger Mrs. Ann Finkelstein Mr. James Finkelstein Mr. and Mrs. Bentley B. Fondren Ms. Kelli Fondren Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fondren Mr. and Mrs. David G. Foor Mr. and Mrs. Bill Forney Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fortney Ms. Tomisu Friedkin Mr. Bill Frisco Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Fullenweider Mr. David A. Furlow and Ms. Lisa H. Pennington Dr. and Mrs. David A. Garza Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Gautier-Winther Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Gay Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Goeringer Mr. and Mrs. James Goettee Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jason B. Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. H. Gregory Goodman Mr. and Mrs. J. Cary Gray Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Green Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Greenbaum Dr. and Mrs. Carter Grinstead III Mr. and Mrs. Carter S. Groves Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Hanan Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Hankamer Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Matt Harris Dr. Edward A. Harris and Ms. Anne Taylor Ms. Elizabeth A. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hash Mr. and Mrs. Ron Henriksen Mr. and Mrs. Eric Herleth Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Heyser 53 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT ANNUAL FUND Drs. Michael Ho and Trang Cung Mr. and Mrs. Alex Hochner III Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Hogan Mr. Dylan Hogarty Mr. Reuven Hollo Mr. and Mrs. John Holstead Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hopper Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley N. Howell Ms. Wilhelmina C. Hudson Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hurley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hurwitz Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Hurwitz Dr. and Mrs. Nikhil V. Inamdar Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jacobe Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Jacobe Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Korsh Jafarnia Mr. and Mrs. John F. Jeffers Dr. and Mrs. James A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Scot W. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Stewart H. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Josephson Mr. Todd and Dr. Melissa Joyner Mr. Drew Kanaly Mr. and Mrs. Evan Katz Mr. and Mrs. Curtis R. Kayem Mr. and Mrs. T. Mark Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kelsey Mr. and Mrs. Hermen Key Drs. Ed S. and Florence Kim Mr. Ho Kim and Ms. Young Lee Mr. and Mrs. Karl Kinley Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Kirkwood II Dr. and Mrs. Brian Kirshon Mr. and Mrs. Clark A. Knickerbocker Mr. and Mrs. Martin R. Kurtanich Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Kurtz Dr. and Mrs. Larry W. Kwak Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Labanowski Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laflen Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. LaForge The Honorable and Mrs. Simeon T. Lake III Mr. and Mrs. Mark Langford Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Lartigue Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Lasher Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Lawrence Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Lawrence Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack G. Lee Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Y. Lee Dr. and Mrs. David G. Leiman Mr. Earl L. Lester Jr. Dr. Michael Lewitton and Mrs. Allison H. Lipshultz-Lewitton Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Lo Mr. and Mrs. Ellis K. Locher Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Lucas Jr. Dr. Jingei Ma and Ms. Jing Cheng Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Margraves III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Marinis Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Marix Mr. and Mrs. John H. Massey II Mr. and Mrs. Judson T. Massingill Mr. and Mrs. William L. Maynard Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Mays Mr. and Mrs. James W. McCartney Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. McGee Mr. and Mrs. Connelly T. McGreevy Mr. and Mrs. Ian D. McMillan Mr. and Mrs. H.F. Means Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Mentz III Mrs. Barbara S. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Miles Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Miller Mr. and Mrs. David D. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. John B. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Sean W. Mitchell Mr. Thomas T. Mitchell and Dr. Janice N. Cormier Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Palmer Moldawer Mr. and Mrs. Brian R. Molin Mrs. Mary Frances Monteith Mr. and Mrs. Walter Monteith Mrs. Denise D. Monteleone Mr. and Mrs. Preston Moore III Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin Moreland Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morico Mr. Wiley L. Mossy Jr. Mr. Paul B. Murphy Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Nash Mr. James Neath and Ms. Amy Filvaroff Ms. Caroline Negley Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Newton Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Nichols Drs. James and Marjory G. Nigro Mr. and Mrs. David R. Nockolds Mr. and Mrs. Kerry E. Notestine Mr. Ralph S. Oâ€™Connor Dr. and Mrs. Anil C. Odhav Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ormiston Mr. and Mrs. Marc P. Oster Mr. and Mrs. Jose Oti Dr. and Mrs. David A. Ott Dr. and Mrs. Cenk Ozdogan Mr. and Mrs. Greer H. Pagan Mr. and Mrs. William C. Papadopoulos Ms. Christina H. Pappas Dr. and Mrs. Mayank K. Parikh Mr. Rob P. Pascoe and Ms. Melissa A. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. P. Dexter Peacock Mr. Stephen Pearlman and Ms. Marlene Morales Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peluchiwski Mr. and Mrs. Jason Peters Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pierce Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Pintar Jil and John Pollock Mr. Harold Pontez and Ms. Anne Owen Drs. Uday and Keyuri Popat Mr. and Mrs. George N. Postolos Mr. and Mrs. James L. Powers Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Priest Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Raizner Mr. and Mrs. Edward Randall IV Mrs. Eliza Randall Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reckling Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Reckling Mrs. Lenox Reed Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Reid Mr. and Mrs. Taylor L. Reid Mr. and Mrs. John Riley Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell C. Riley Mr. and Mrs. Corbin J. Robertson III Mr. and Mrs. William K. Robertson Debbie and Rocky Robinson Mr. Thanh Roettele Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Roff Mr. and Mrs. J. Hugh Roff Jr. Mr. Michael Rose Dr. and Mrs. Alan Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rubenstein Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rubinsky Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Rudin Mrs. Vale Russell Drs. Mohammad Saeed and Shamila Mauiyyedi Mr. and Mrs. Bret D. Sanders Mr. Fayez S. Sarofim Mrs. Joan T. Schaan Dr. and Mrs. Scott A. Scheinin Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Schnitzer Jr. The Honorable and Mrs. Walter Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Schwager Mr. and Mrs. John B. Scofield Dr. and Mrs. Selim M. Sekili Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Selber Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Marc J. Shapiro Ms. Anice Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sher Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Short Prof. Shiva Sivaramakrishnan and Prof. Devika Subramanian Mr. Michael Skelly and Ms. Anne Whitlock Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Skidmore Mr. Louis Skidmore Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Clark C. Smith Ms. Margaret Smith Mr. Paul E. and Dr. Melissa O. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smyser Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Snell Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Greg M. Spier Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Stallings Mr. and Mrs. R. John Stanton Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Culver Stedman Mr. and Mrs. Irving C. Stern Mr. and Mrs. Kai A. Stratmann Mr. and Mrs. Mark Strum Mr. and Mrs. Steve D. Stubblefield Mr. and Mrs. James T. Sullivan Dr. and Mrs. Donald J. Sumerlin Dr. and Mrs. Chung Sung Ms. Jennie Szeto and Mr. Ronald H. Joe Mr. and Mrs. Roy Talley Mr. and Mrs. Blake Tartt Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tate Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Thanheiser Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler M. Tilney Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Treistman Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tripodo Mr. and Mrs. Vinh T. Truong Mr. Bob Tucker and Ms. Hilary Ware Mr. and Mrs. Jose L. Valera Mr. Malcolm Waddell Jr. and Dr. Suzanne Bruce Mr. Kexin Wang and Dr. Hua Fang Drs. Run Wang and Yan Gu Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Watson Mr. Bernard Weingarten Mr. Scott B. West and Ms. Laurie Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. Seth D. Wexler Mr. and Mrs. William M. Wheless III Mrs. Sue Whitfield Mr. and Mrs. B. Douglas Whitman II Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wiggins Dr. Patrick Wills and Mrs. Wendy Wilson-Wills Mr. and Mrs. Welcome W. Wilson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Welcome W. Wilson Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Wind Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Winters Mr. and Mrs. Tony L. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Timm Wooten Mrs. Dorothy Wynne Drs. Haresh and Sushma S. Yalamanchili Mr. and Mrs. Doug Yeager 54 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Dr. Yang Yu and Ms. Risa Wang Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Zarr Dr. Xi Zhu and Dr. Tongyao Liu ASSOCIATES Donors who made contributions between $500 and $999 to Kinkaidâ€™s Operating Fund in the fiscal year ending July 31, 2012. Mr. and Mrs. W. Kendall Adam Mr. Joshua P. and Dr. Michelle M. Agrons Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Alexander III Dr. and Mrs. Sibtain H. Ali Mr. and Mrs. Wilson G. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Matt Altenau Mr. and Mrs. David D. Anderson Ms. Jennifer Tuttle Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Pete Babine Dr. and Mrs. Neil S. Bailard Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bakht Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Banner Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Barbour Mr. and Mrs. John Bass Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bast Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Bay Ms. Lynne Bentsen Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Binet Drs. Eric Boerwinkle and Vicki Huff Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bonner III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Boone Mr. and Mrs. Jeb M. Bowden Dr. and Mrs. Fred J. Bressler Mr. and Mrs. William M. Briscoe Mr. Charles T. Barry and Ms. Katy Briscoe Mr. and Mrs. Kirt H. Broesche Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Brown Mr. Craig C. Brown and Ms. Sue Smith Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Brown Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wil C. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Bryant Dr. and Mrs. Kurt Bucholz Mr. and Mrs. Holden W. Burrow Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Calicchia Mr. and Mrs. Roy Camberg Mr. Rhett G. Campbell and Dr. Susan V. Seybold Mr. and Mrs. William J. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Dominic E. Carolan Dr. Crystal Cassidy and Mr. Phillip Rhee Mr. John B. Cassidy Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey I. Chamblee Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Chase III Ms. Kathryn A. Cheesman Dr. Johnny Chen and Prof. Cathy Yao Mr. and Mrs. Charlie M. Christ Mr. and Mrs. George L. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Clegg Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Colt Dr. and Mrs. Paul I. Cook Carmen and Cal Cooper Dr. Robert J. Cornell and Ms. Dena Frisby Mr. and Mrs. Adam P. Cox Mr. and Mrs. Drew Cozby Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Crosswell Sr. Ms. Lisa Curry Mr. Theodore H. and Dr. Amy B. Curry Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Daily Mr. and Mrs. E. Ted Davis Mr. and Mrs. Edwin T. Davis III Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. DeWalch Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Dillon Mr. and Mrs. Jeff S. Dinerstein Mr. and Mrs. Justin A. Doran Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Doyle Mr. Karl Drews and Dr. Ashley Drews Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dubrowski Mr. James T. Dunaway and Dr. Libby Barlow Dr. and Mrs. Steven H. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eastman Mr. Christopher R. Ebrahimi Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. Eilers Mr. and Mrs. John Elder Mr. and Mrs. G. Joe Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ereli Mr. and Mrs. Tony A. Essalih Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Evans Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Evans III Mr. and Mrs. John L. Falik Ms. Anne Farish Mr. Andrew D. Farley and Mrs. Chris A. Combs-Farley Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Finger Mrs. Mary Ellen Thanheiser Finnegan Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Fisher Drs. Marvin A. and Gloria Fishman Mr. and Mrs. Brad Fishman Mr. Nicholas A. Florescu Mr. Scott A. Frankel Mr. Michael M. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Patrick B. Frede Mr. and Mrs. John Friday Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Fusillo Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. Gaedcke Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Gass Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. Gaylor Ms. Cullen Geiselman Mr. Grover G. Geiselman IV Dr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Gemp Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. George Mr. and Mrs. Perry Giles Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I. Goldstein Mr. John C. Gorden Mr. Matthew C. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Tod M. Greenwood Mr. and Mrs. John B. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Gustafson Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Howard B. Hamat Mr. and Mrs. Russell R. Hamman Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hammer Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Hankamer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanna Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Harper II Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Harper III Mrs. Candi B. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. James R. Hart Mr. and Mrs. David T. Harvin Mr. and Mrs. Steven V. Hash Mr. and Mrs. James M. Heldebrand Dr. and Mrs. Timothy N. Hickman Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Higby Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Holliday Ms. Meredith H. Hopson Mr. Charles R. Houssiere IV Mr. and Mrs. George E. Howe Mr. and Mrs. Thorndike D. Howe III Mr. and Mrs. John K. Howie Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Hull Mr. and Mrs. William L. Hussey Ms. Julie Hutcheson Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Hyman Drs. Irfan and Huma Iftikhar Mr. and Mrs. Stuart E. Ison Mr. Alexander M. Jachmich Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Jacobe Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Jacobs Dr. and Mrs. Amin R. Jamal Mr. and Mrs. William R. Jinnette Mr. and Mrs. Corey Johnson Mr. and Mrs. J. Chris Jones Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Kalmans Mr. and Mrs. Lance C. Kassab Mr. and Mrs. Al Keller Mr. and Mrs. Erik G. Kingshill Mr. and Mrs. John J. Klevenhagen III Mr. and Mrs. Bill Krips Prof. Praveen Kumar and Dr. Anita Deswal Mr. Michael Kurinets Mr. and Mrs. Brian Ladin Mr. Justin C. and Dr. Yasmin N. Lake Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lamme Mr. and Mrs. Ramy Law Mr. and Mrs. William G. Lawhon Drs. Don N. and Cindy P. Le Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Legge Mr. and Mrs. Cadell S. Liedtke Mr. and Mrs. Ted C. Litton Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Liuzzi Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Lloveras Mr. and Mrs. William S. Locher Mrs. Blair A. Loocke Mr. Benton F. Love III Mr. and Mrs. Wen Kai Lu Mr. and Mrs. David Lucke Mr. and Mrs. John D. Maclay Dr. and Mrs. Alfred S. Maksoud Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Martin Mr. and Mrs. Harris Masterson IV Mr. and Mrs. Abelardo Matamoros Mr. and Mrs. Cody T. Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. McAuley Ms. Annie McBath Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. McCeney Mr. and Mrs. Ryan C. McCleary Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. McDermott Mr. and Mrs. John D. McInnes Mr. W. J. McKinley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart C. McLeod Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Meyer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Meyers Mr. James S. Milton Ms. Kara M. Mings Mr. and Mrs. Afshin Minooe Mr. and Mrs. Rob R. Morrell Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Morrow Mr. and Mrs. Eric Moxham Dr. Himal Munsif and Ms. Elizabeth Abraham Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Nakfoor Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Nathan Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Newcomer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nip Dr. and Mrs. Akira Nishikawa Mr. and Mrs. Carter A. Old Mr. and Mrs. Chris R. Ordway II Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Orkin Mr. and Mrs. Davis Paddock Mr. Srinivas Palavajjhala and Ms. Vasudha Govindan Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Pannier Mrs. Maria Papadopoulos Dr. and Mrs. Brad Patt Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Paul Mr. Tom and Dr. Elizabeth G. Pavel Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Peacock Mrs. Gayle Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Jeff G. Peden Ms. Jennifer D. Peyton Mr. and Mrs. John Pitts Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Pitts Ms. Monica Pizana Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Poe Dr. and Mrs. Amirali Popatia Mr. David A. Portz Mr. Dennis Powell and Ms. Penny Nicholson Dr. and Mrs. Nooruddin S. Punjwani Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pye Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Pyne Mr. and Mrs. Tom Randt Mr. Ken and Dr. Sally Raty Dr. and Mrs. Razaali Razak Mr. and Mrs. James S. Reckling Mr. and Mrs. Craig Ribbeck Mr. Michael and Dr. Kara L. Riben Mr. and Mrs. Lee M. Richard Mr. Thomas and Dr. Lizabeth Riley Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo A. Rivero Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Robins Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Roff Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Romano Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rome Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Roseman Mr. and Mrs. Trent Rosenthal Mr. Jimmy L. Roton Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Ian L. Sachs Mr. and Mrs. Randhir Sahni Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Salvador Drs. Miguel Sanchez and Laura Worth Mr. Charles B. Sanders Jr. Dr. Sherri Sandifer Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Sangalis Mr. and Mrs. John C. Sarvadi Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Schreiber Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Schuenemann Mr. and Mrs. George A. Shannon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Shapiro Mr. Vinod and Dr. Morali Sharma Mr. and Mrs. Ward Sheffield Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stacy A. Smith Drs. Charlie and Mary Soderstrom Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speed Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Springmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Rand D. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stephenson Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Stillwell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David H. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Sullivan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kandoor R. Suresh 55 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT ANNUAL FUND Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Tapick Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Sellers J. Thomas III Mr. and Mrs. Raybourne Thompson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Thomson III Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Tiner Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Tower Ms. Alexis Trevelise Mr. and Mrs. Jerald A. Turboff Mr. William Turpin and Mrs. Ann Leavesley-Turpin Dr. and Mrs. Lee L. Tuttle Jr. Mr. Dave Updegraff and Dr. Lynn T. MacLean Mrs. Meredith Van Ryder Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Veldkamp Mr. and Mrs. Jan Veldkamp Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. Logan M. Walters Mr. and Mrs. Dick Watt Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watt Mr. and Mrs. David Werlin Mr. Thomas Wey Mr. and Mrs. Rex Whiteside Mr. and Mrs. Alexander E. Whittington Mr. and Mrs. Douglass J. Williams Mr. Robert C. Wilson IV Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson Mr. and Mrs. David R. Wise Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Wise Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Wise Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wolf Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wolf Jr. Mr. Chris Wolfe and Ms. Nora Dobin Drs. Todd and Amy Wood Mr. and Mrs. William D. Wood Mr. and Mrs. James Woodruff Mr. and Mrs. Taylor M. Wynn Dr. and Mrs. Mamoun Younes Mr. and Mrs. Shannon E. Young III Drs. Stuart and Beth Yudofsky Mr. and Mrs. David S. Zarr FRIENDS Donors who contributed up to $499 in the fiscal year ending July 31, 2012 and who are not listed elsewhere. Mr. and Mrs. Stanford J. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. J. Alton Alsup Mr. Larry Altman and Dr. Ann McCormick Mr. and Mrs. D. Kent Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Don S. Aron Mr. and Mrs. R. Cristofor Aruffo Mrs. Judy Baldwin and Mr. Jim Estes Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barden Mr. and Mrs. John H. Barr Sr. Dr. Alan C. Baum Bayou Breakfast Club Mr. and Mrs. Currie Bechtol Dr. and Mrs. Philip L. Berman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Bernell Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Bilger Ms. Sally R. Birckhead Mr. and Mrs. Myron G. Blalock III Mr. Richard Boerger Ms. Lynn Borker Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Boyd Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bramel Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brandt Mr. and Mrs. James Broussard Mr. and Mrs. Gregory L. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brown Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Buller Mrs. Nancy T. Burch Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Callaway Mrs. Susan J. Cannon Mr. and Mrs. James L. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Craig Cavanagh Mr. and Mrs. John E. Chapoton Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Christian Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Mark Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Cohen Mrs. Linda H. Creath Mr. and Mrs. Bruce B. Deskin Mr. and Mrs. Don DeWalch Mrs. Jane DiPaolo and Mr. Jim Teague Dr. and Mrs. C. William Doubleday Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Dunlop Mr. Jack Earnest Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Eason Mr. Ramsay Elder Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Eubank The Reverend Dr. Fairfax F. Fair Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Fee Jr. Dr. Judith Feigin Mr. Gene Festa Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James A. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Ronnel L. Fort Mr. Frederick W. Geissinger Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gill Mrs. Sylvia Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. James C. Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gould Dr. and Mrs. Martin Grabois Mr. and Mrs. William D. Grigsby Mr. Edmond Jr. and Dr. Maria S. Haapaniemi Mr. and Mrs. Binford R. Halverson Mr. Bill Hamilton and Ms. Charliene Hooker Dr. and Mrs. Carlos R. Hamilton III Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hankamer III Mr. and Mrs. A. Bruce Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hayden Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Haynes Ms. Josephine Helland Mr. and Mrs. Randy Helms Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hinton Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hoffer Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hollander Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howard Ms. Ann C. Jacobs and Mr. Tommy L. Ladewig Dr. and Mrs. Alan Jarrett Mr. and Mrs. James K. Jennings Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ward R. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Jornayvaz Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Kendall Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Knapp Dr. and Mrs. Russell W. Kridel Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kunetka Mr. and Mrs. Clint F. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Doug Leach Mr. and Mrs. Eric H. Lestin Mrs. Brenda L. Liebling-Goldberg and Mr. William J. Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Blake T. Liedtke Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loach Ms. Jane Lohr Mr. and Mrs. John Lollar III Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lord Mr. and Mrs. Friedhelm Luening Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Mansell Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Marcum Dr. and Mrs. James R. McBride Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John A. McGee Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. J. Alec Mize Dr. and Mrs. Stanton I. Moldovan Mr. and Mrs. Claude Montgomery Ms. Jane Moore Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Morico Mr. and Mrs. John C. Moriniere Mr. and Mrs. Rob E. Muir Dr. and Mrs. Jack Mullins Mrs. Mary Lee Nankivell Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Nelson Mrs. Judy Nowlin Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Scott W. O’Connell Mr. and Mrs. William A. Paddock Mr. and Mrs. Clay A. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Mike Patyk Mr. Tom Peden and Ms. Margaret M. Rudd Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm G. Pettigrew Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pickett Mr. and Mrs. George Pierce III Dr. and Mrs. Bart D. Putterman Mrs. Lousie Ratz Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Robison Mr. Michael Rouzer and Mrs. Casey Linwick-Rouzer Mrs. Guerta Rubinsky Mr. and Mrs. John E. Russell Mr. Robert T. Sakowitz Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Santangelo Dr. and Mrs. Andrew I. Schafer Mr. Steven H. Segal Mr. and Mrs. Jeff R. Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Shomette Dr. and Mrs. Edward Spudis Mr. Ray L. Steinmetz and Ms. Victoria Corcoran Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Stuyck Mrs. Linda Susman Mr. and Mrs. William E. Swanson Drs. James and Elizabeth Tang Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Scott Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Neil H. Tofsky Drs. Lawrence and Linnie Traylor Mr. and Mrs. John K. Tyler Mr. and Mrs. James G. Ulmer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Uthoff Mr. and Mrs. Steffen G. van Keppel Mr. and Mrs. Francisco J. Vargas Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Wax Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Webster Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. Weems III Dr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Weil Mr. Kenneth Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Presley E. Werlein III Ms. Kathryn West and Mr. John F. Miller Mrs. Barbara L. Whalley Mr. and Mrs. David B. Wheless Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby Williams Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wooten Dr. and Mrs. Mohammade E. Zafarnia 56 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 CONTINUITY GIFTS Thank you to the following donors who have contributed to the Kinkaid Annual Fund for the last 10 or more consecutive years. Their ongoing loyalty has provided Kinkaid with a stable and growing level of support. Mr. and Mrs. William Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Maurice M. Adams Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall Adkins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Albert Mrs. Audrey R. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. John D. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Dan Alig Dr. and Mrs. Marcus L. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Wilson G. Allen Mr. and Mrs. J. Alton Alsup Mr. and Mrs. A. Kent Altsuler Mr. and Mrs. Adam K. Altsuler Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Anderson Ms. Sharon Anderson Mr. and Mrs. William L. Anderson Jr. Mr. Kevin and Dr. Linda B. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. James Arcidiacono Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Arnold Dr. Harrell R. Arnold Ms. Jennifer Tuttle Arnold Mr. Steven Arnold Mrs. and Mr. Joan A. Aron Mr. and Mrs. R. Cristofor Aruffo Mr. and Mrs. John Atherton Mr. and Mrs. Terry Atmar Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Atnipp Dr. and Mrs. George E. Bacon Mr. and Mrs. James V. Baird Mr. and Mrs. Lance Baird Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Lovett Baker Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Baker Mrs. Marguerite Baldwin Drs. Robert and Bonnie Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. David M. Bale Mr. and Mrs. Michael Balser Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Banner Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Barbour Mr. and Mrs. David G. Barrow Mr. Gerald A. Bass and Ms. Jackie Fair Mr. and Mrs. John Bass Dr. Alan C. Baum Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Beane III Mr. and Mrs. Brent R. Bechtol Mr. and Mrs. Currie Bechtol Mr. and Mrs. John B. Beckworth Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Beeler Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rene F. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Lan Bentsen Dr. and Mrs. Philip L. Berman Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Bernell Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Bilger Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Binet Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Blumenfeld Mr. and Mrs. Malek A. Bohsali Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Bolin Mr. and Mrs. Kelly D. Bolin Mr. and Mrs. J. Murry Bowden Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Boyd Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brandt Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Brass Mr. and Mrs. Jason Braun Mr. and Mrs. Mark Breeding Mr. and Mrs. Will Britt Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brock Mr. and Mrs. Henry Broesche Mr. and Mrs. Kirt H. Broesche Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Brollier Mr. and Mrs. Curt W. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. F. Stephen Brooks Dr. and Mrs. Barrett S. Brown Ms. Dana M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Doak D. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Brown Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wil C. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jim L. Buaas Ms. Mary C. Buettner Mr. and Mrs. Worth Burke Jr. Mr. James H. Byrd Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caballero Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Callaway Mr. and Mrs. William J. Campbell Mr. Carlton Carl Ms. Linda V. Case Dr. Crystal Cassidy and Mr. Phillip Rhee Mr. and Mrs. James E. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. John Chandler Ms. Elise M. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. John E. Chapoton Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Chenoweth Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Chernosky Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Childress Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Chunn Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Classen Mrs. and Mr. Liz Clayton Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Clegg Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clements Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Collie Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cone Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. Consoli Ms. Barbara Cooney Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Coskey Dr. and Mrs. R. Steven Couch Mr. and Mrs. Drew Cozby Mr. Robert H. Cronin Mr. and Mrs. David M. Crosswell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Markley Crosswell III Mr. and Mrs. Mark Crosswell IV Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cummins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Cameron J. Cureton Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Cureton Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Cureton Jr. Ms. Lisa Curry Mr. and Mrs. Demetri Dale Mr. and Mrs. E. Ted Davis Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Dennis III Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Devlin Mr. and Mrs. Don DeWalch Mr. and Mrs. John A. Diffey III Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Dillon Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Dinerstein Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dinerstein Mr. and Mrs. Ben Donnell Mrs. Anita Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Douglas L. Doyle Mr. Karl Drews and Dr. Ashley Drews Mr. James T. Dunaway and Dr. Libby Barlow Mrs. Jeaneane B. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Pat T. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eads Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Eason Mr. and Mrs. Ross T. Eastman Major and Mrs. Brendan Ederle Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Eggleston Ms. Fran G. Elin Mr. and Mrs. Duane Elkevizth Mr. and Mrs. Dan A. English Mr. and Mrs. Eliezer Ereli Dr. and Mrs. S.K. Evnochides Mrs. Rhonda Fain Mr. Martin J. and Dr. Kelli Cohen Fein Mr. Gene Festa Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Finger Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Finger Mr. and Mrs. Michael Finucane Drs. Marvin A. and Gloria Fishman Mr. Grayson L. Fitch Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fondren Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ford Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fortney Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Frank III Mr. and Mrs. James G. Frankel Mr. and Mrs. John Friday 57 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT CONTINUITY GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. T. Dan Friedkin Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Fullenweider Mr. and Mrs. Thad Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Fulton Mr. and Mrs. William A. Gage Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Garrison Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Gatto III Dr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Gemp Mr. and Mrs. David Gerger Mr. and Mrs. John Germann Mr. and Mrs. George R. Gibson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Colin Gillan Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Goeringer Mr. and Mrs. James Goettee Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Golding Mr. Jason A. Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I. Goldstein Mr. John C. Gorden Mr. and Mrs. William C. Gorden Mr. and Mrs. James C. Gordon Mr. Ryan Gordon Dr. and Mrs. Martin Grabois Mr. and Mrs. Steven Grant Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Green Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Green Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Greenbaum Mrs. Sue Greene Mr. and Mrs. Tod M. Greenwood Mr. and Mrs. Jerald G. Greer Dr. and Mrs. Donald Griffith Mr. and Mrs. John B. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. Keith Guehring Mr. Ronald Gutowsky Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hafner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Hamel Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanna Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Harper III Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Harris Mrs. Candi B. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. David T. Harvin Mr. and Mrs. Steven V. Hash Mr. and Mrs. George J. Haynes II Mr. and Mrs. James M. Heldebrand Ms. Josephine Helland Mr. and Mrs. Randy Helms Mr. Claude J. Herpin II Ms. Nancy Z. Herpin Mr. and Mrs. Terry G. Hetrick Ms. Hollis L. Hibbert and Mr. David Behrman Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hinton Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hobson Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hoffer Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt L. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Michael Holderfield Mr. and Mrs. Ned S. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Leon Holubec Mr. and Mrs. Trevor M. Horne Dr. James Houlihan and Ms. Katherine Guild Mr. Charles R. Houssiere IV Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Howe Mr. and Mrs. Thorndike D. Howe III Mr. and Mrs. Bradley N. Howell Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Hull Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hurwitz Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Hurwitz Ms. Julie Hutcheson Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Hyman Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ibarra Mr. James Isaacks Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Ison Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Jacobe Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Jacobe Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Jacobe Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Alan Jarrett Mr. John W. Jennings III Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Jeter Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh W. Johnson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scot W. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Stewart H. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Kalmans Mr. Drew Kanaly Mr. and Mrs. John Keely Mr. and Mrs. T. Mark Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kelsey Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kelsey Ms. Jane L. Kerr Mrs. Emilie Kilgore Mr. and Mrs. Kevin King Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knauth Jr. Ms. Diana Kokernot Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Labanowski Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laflen The Honorable and Mrs. Simeon T. Lake III Kate and Scott Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lamme Mr. and Mrs. Duncan L. Lamme Mr. and Mrs. William G. Lawhon Mr. and Mrs. C. Berdon Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Doug Leach Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Leavitt Ms. Lauren Leavitt Mrs. Valerie Leavitt Mr. John H. Leidler Mr. and Mrs. Steven Leisz Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Leon Mr. and Mrs. Jay Lerner Ms. Jennifer Levin Ms. Catherine P. Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Michael Linsey Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Lipman Dr. and Mrs. Larry Lipshultz Mr. Torsten Louis Mr. and Mrs. H. Malcolm Lovett Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Lucke Mr. and Mrs. John D. Maclay Mr. and Mrs. David Margrave Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Margraves III Mr. and Mrs. Jon R. Marinelli Ms. Diane Marks Mr. and Mrs. David E. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Earle P. Martin III Mr. and Mrs. John Martinson Mr. Brian T. Massingill Mr. and Mrs. Judson T. Massingill Mr. and Mrs. Drew K. Masterson Dr. and Mrs. Vasilios Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Will N. Mathis Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mattingly Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Mayfield III Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Mayfield Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mayfield Ms. Carolyn McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. McGee Dr. and Mrs. John A. McGee Ms. Mary Ann McKinley Mr. W. J. McKinley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart C. McLeod Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. McMackin Mr. and Mrs. Ian D. McMillan 58 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Mead Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Mentz III Mr. and Mrs. Larry E. Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Miller Ms. Linda Miller Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Milton Ms. Cheryl Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. David D. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. John B. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Mize Mr. and Mrs. J. Alec Mize Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Palmer Moldawer Mrs. Mary Frances Monteith Mrs. Denise D. Monteleone Mr. and Mrs. William C. Montgomery III Mr. and Mrs. Preston Moore III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Moran Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin Moreland Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Shea B. Morenz Mr. and Mrs. Bradley L. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Eric Moxham Mr. and Mrs. Don Mueller Mr. and Mrs. Chad H. Muir Ms. Jane Murdock Mr. Paul B. Murphy Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Murray Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Nakfoor Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Newcomer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Newell Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nip Dr. and Mrs. Akira Nishikawa Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. North Mr. David P. Oelman Mr. and Mrs. E. Staman Ogilvie Mr. and Mrs. Carter A. Old Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Orkin Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ormiston Mr. and Mrs. David P. Orr Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Orr Mr. and Mrs. John Mark L. Osborne II Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Oster Dr. and Mrs. Luis Z. Ostrosky Mr. Alan Owens Mr. and Mrs. Davis Paddock Mr. and Mrs. Greer H. Pagan Ms. Christine Papadakes Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Papandreou Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parker Mr. and Mrs. Mike Patyk Mr. Tom and Dr. Elizabeth G. Pavel Mr. and Mrs. Richard Payne Mrs. Gayle Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Pearson Drs. Nicholas A. Peppas and Lisa B. Brannon-Peppas Mr. and Mrs. Brett Perlman Mr. and Mrs. Mosby G. Perrow Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Perusquia Mr. and Mrs. Jason Peters Mrs. Ashley A. Pfiester Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. John Pickens Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pickett Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pierce Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Pitts Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Pitts Jil and John Pollock Mr. Dennis Powell and Ms. Penny Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. James L. Powers Mr. and Mrs. Scott Purdy Ms. Carole Radelat Mr. and Mrs. Edward Randall IV Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rathmell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Reckling Mr. and Mrs. Scott Reed Dr. and Mrs. B. Richard Respess Mr. Michael and Dr. Kara L. Riben Ms. Meredith M. Riddle Mr. and Mrs. Michael Robbins Mr. and Mrs. Bob W. Roberts Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Corbin J. Robertson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Corbin J. Robertson III Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Robins Debbie and Rocky Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Robison Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Roff Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Roff Mr. and Mrs. J. Hugh Roff Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rome Mr. Michael Rose Dr. and Mrs. Alan Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Trent Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rubinsky Mrs. Guerta Rubinsky Mr. and Mrs. John E. Russell Drs. Miguel Sanchez and Laura Worth Dr. Sherri Sandifer Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Sangalis Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Santangelo Ms. Louise L. Sayuk Dr. and Mrs. Andrew I. Schafer Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schneller Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Schnitzer Ms. Anne Schoenewolf Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Schreiber Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Schwager Mr. and Mrs. John B. Scofield Mr. and Mrs. David T. Searls III Dr. and Mrs. Dan R. Seely Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Selber Mr. and Mrs. C. Park Shaper Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shaper Mr. and Mrs. Marc J. Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Ward Sheffield Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Jesus L. Silva Mrs. Susan Silvey Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Somesh Singh Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sjoberg Mr. Paul E. and Dr. Melissa O. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Snodgrass Drs. Charlie and Mary Soderstrom Mrs. Frances A. Soderstrom Mr. and Mrs. Greg M. Spier Dr. and Mrs. James E. Spier Ms. Cindy Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Culver Stedman Mr. and Mrs. Rand D. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Stanford C. Stratton Mr. James L. Stroope Jr. Mr. Scott Sturges Mr. and Mrs. Tim R. Sturm Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan Mrs. Linda Susman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Swanson Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Swanson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Tapick Mr. and Mrs. Scott N. Tellkamp Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Thanheiser Mr. and Mrs. James T. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Scott Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Thomson III Mr. and Mrs. Brian Thurman Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler M. Tilney Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Tiner Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Tobor Mr. and Mrs. T. Keller Towns Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tripodo Mr. William Turpin and Mrs. Ann Leavesley-Turpin Dr. and Mrs. Lee L. Tuttle Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Ulmer Mr. and Mrs. David M. Underwood Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Uthoff Dr. Brian Van De Mark Mr. and Mrs. Steffen G. van Keppel Mr. and Mrs. Carol S. Vance Mr. David Veselka Mr. Malcolm Waddell Jr. and Dr. Suzanne Bruce Dr. and Mrs. David M. Wadler Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Walker Ms. Ellen Wallace Mrs. Shelia Washington Mr. and Mrs. Dick Watt Mr. Walter T. Weathers III Mr. and Mrs. David F. Webber Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Weil Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Weil Ms. Amy K. Werlin Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Werlin Jr. Mr. Scott B. West and Ms. Laurie Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. Clint S. Wetmore Mr. Thomas Wey Mr. and Mrs. William M. Wheless III Mr. and Mrs. C. John White III Mr. and Mrs. Rex Whiteside Mr. and Mrs. B. Douglas Whitman II Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Whitman Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wiggins Mr. and Mrs. A.B. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby Williams Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Welcome W. Wilson Sr. Mr. Frank Wimbish Jr. Ms. Stacey Wimbish Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Wind Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Wise Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Wise Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wittenmyer Mr. and Mrs. William H. Wolf Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Wolfean Mr. and Mrs. John F. Woodhouse Mrs. Dorothy Wynne Mr. and Mrs. Doug Yeager Mr. and Mrs. Jerry H. Yellen Ms. Kris L. Yellen Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Young Drs. Stuart and Beth Yudofsky Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Zabel 59 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT PARENTS BY CLASS Thank you to the Kinkaid parent community for giving a total of $1,272,926 to the 2011-2012 Annual Fund. CLASS OF 2012 Grade 12 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Adkins Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Banner Mr. and Mrs. Bonner Barnes Drs. Nathaniel L. and Marcia A. Barnes Mr. Brian E. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Beeler Jr. Mr. Michael C. and Dr. Susan M. Blaney Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Bolin Dr. and Mrs. Fred J. Bressler Ms. Katy Briscoe and Mr. Chuck Barry Mr. and Mrs. William M. Briscoe Dr. and Mrs. David M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. William J. Campbell Dr. Crystal Cassidy and Mr. Phillip Rhee Mr. and Mrs. Franz CĂŠspedes Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cheesman Jr. Ms. Kathryn A. Cheesman Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Childress Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John Coverdale Mrs. Kelli L. Cravens Mr. and Mrs. Mike R. Dumas Mr. George E. Duytschaever Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Eggleston Dr. and Mrs. Barry W. Feig Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Finger Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Fitzpatrick Ms. Kelli Fondren Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ford Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Frank III Mr. Michael M. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Brent Fredricks Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Friend Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Fullenweider Ms. Beverle R. Gardner and Mr. Marc Ostrofsky Dr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Gemp Mrs. Chantal L. Ghadially Mr. David A. Giannini and Ms. Elizabeth M. Marsiniak Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gould Mr. and Mrs. J. Cary Gray Mr. and Mrs. Wayne E. Gross Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hart Mr. and Mrs. Steven V. Hash Mr. and Mrs. Erik F. Heyne Drs. Stuart A. and Sheila Jacobson Mr. Joseph Dahr Jamail III Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Jeckovich Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Johnson Mr. Todd and Dr. Melissa Joyner Mr. Drew Kanaly Mr. and Mrs. T. Mark Kelly Ms. Lauray D. Kennedy Dr. and Mrs. Brian Kirshon Ms. Diana Kokernot Dr. and Mrs. Larry W. Kwak Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lahourcade Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Lartigue Mr. and Mrs. Ramy Law Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Leon Mr. and Mrs. Mark Levine Mr. and Mrs. Wen Kai Lu Dr. Jingei Ma and Ms. Jing Cheng Dr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Markham Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Martinez Jr. Mr. Gavin W. Mason and Ms. Andrea Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Drew K. Masterson Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mayfield Mr. and Mrs. Ian D. McMillan Mr. and Mrs. Jainesh B. Mehta Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Palmer Moldawer Mr. and Mrs. Walter Monteith Mr. and Mrs. William C. Montgomery III Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Nichols Dr. and Mrs. Akira Nishikawa Dr. and Mrs. Anil C. Odhav Mr. and Mrs. Hubert T. Odom III Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ormiston Mr. and Mrs. David P. Orr Dr. and Mrs. Brad Patt Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pierce Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mauricio Pineda Drs. Uday and Keyuri Popat Mr. David A. Portz Dr. Michael Reade Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Reid Ms. Julie A. Roberts Debbie and Rocky Robinson Mr. Thanh Roettele Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Roff Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rubenstein Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rubinsky Mr. and Mrs. Don Schulte Ms. Anice Shelton Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Siegel Mr. and Mrs. Greg M. Spier Mr. and Mrs. J. Abbott Sprague Mr. and Mrs. Rand D. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Steve D. Stubblefield Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Studlick Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Sellers J. Thomas III Mr. and Mrs. T. Keller Towns Sr. Mr. Bob Tucker and Ms. Hilary Ware Mr. and Mrs. Brian R. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Jose L. Valera Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Waite Drs. Randal S. Weber and Jane C. Edmond Mr. and Mrs. Welcome W. Wilson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Winters Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wombwell Mr. and Mrs. Clifford G. Zwahlen Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Bono Mr. and Mrs. Will Britt Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Brownman Mr. and Mrs. John G. Burns Mr. and Mrs. William W. Cathriner II Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Clegg Mr. and Mrs. Paige M. Cokinos Mr. and Mrs. Todd F. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Al H. Denson Mr. and Mrs. D. Mark DeWalch Mr. Karl Drews and Dr. Ashley Drews Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. Eilers Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Elias Mr. and Mrs. G. Joe Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Bentley B. Fondren Mr. and Mrs. David G. Foor Mr. and Mrs. T. Dan Friedkin Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Fullenweider Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. Gaylor Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Goeringer Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Green Mr. and Mrs. Tod M. Greenwood Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Hahn Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Harper Dr. Edward A. Harris and Ms. Anne Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hartwell Mr. and Mrs. Ron Henriksen Mr. Reuven Hollo Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Holmes Mr. and Mrs. Bradley N. Howell Dr. and Mrs. Nikhil V. Inamdar Mr. and Mrs. Scot Ison Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jacobe Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Jo Mr. and Mrs. J. Chris Jones Mr. and Mrs. Jose L. Juarez Mr. and Mrs. Kevin King Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Labanowski Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. LaForge Mr. and Mrs. Mark Langford Mr. and Mrs. John R. Lewis II Mr. and Mrs. William G. Manias Dr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Markham Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Mawer Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. McAuley Ms. Annie McBath Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. McDermott Mr. and Mrs. Yogendra Mehta Dr. and Mrs. Henry A. Mentz III Mr. Thomas T. Mitchell and Dr. Janice N. Cormier Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Mize Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Kerry E. Notestine Mrs. Belinda Oelman Mr. David P. Oelman Jennifer and Michael Pardee Mrs. Gayle Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Perusquia Dr. and Mrs. Amirali Popatia Mr. and Mrs. George N. Postolos Mr. and Mrs. James L. Powers Mr. Sohail Qadir and Ms. Munazza Sohail Mr. and Mrs. Tom Randt Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rathmell Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Reckling Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Reckling Mr. and Mrs. Omar A. Rehmatulla Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Roff Dr. and Mrs. Alan Rosen Mr. and Mrs. Trent Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Marc Sands Dr. and Mrs. Scott A. Scheinin Mr. and Mrs. John B. Scofield Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Shaffer Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sher Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Short Mr. and Mrs. Jesus L. Silva Mr. and Mrs. Somesh Singh Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Smith Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Mark Strum Dr. and Mrs. Chung Sung Ms. Jennie Szeto and Mr. Ronald H. Joe Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Thanheiser Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Brian R. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Walker Dr. Weiping Wang and Ms. Hong Zhou Mr. and Mrs. Greg Whalley Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Wilde Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Wilkins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wittenmyer Mr. and Mrs. James Woodruff Dr. Xi Zhu and Dr. Tongyao Liu CLASS OF 2014 Grade 10 Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall Adkins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Albert Mrs. Linda Allan Mr. Ziad Allan Dr. Rojan Amjadi and Dr. Leila Talieh-Amjadi Mr. Kevin and Dr. Linda B. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Antonio D. Armstrong Sr. Drs. Robert and Bonnie Baldwin Dr. and Mrs. Edward A. Banner Mr. and Mrs. David G. Barrow Mr. and Mrs. John Bass Mr. and Mrs. Dogan Baysal Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Beeler Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Binet Mr. Vadim O. Bourenin and Ms. Lauri Newton Mr. and Mrs. William M. Briscoe Mr. and Mrs. Kirt H. Broesche Dr. and Mrs. David M. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Brown Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Williams K. Butcher Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Calicchia Mr. and Mrs. Russell A. Camp Mr. and Mrs. W. Noble Carl III Mr. and Mrs. Alexander C. Chae CLASS OF 2013 Grade 11 Mr. and Mrs. Asche Ackerman Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall Adkins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Bayley Mr. and Mrs. Dogan Baysal Mr. and Mrs. Rene F. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Lan Bentsen Drs. Eric Boerwinkle and Vicki Huff 60 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Chase III Dr. Johnny Chen and Prof. Cathy Yao Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Childress Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Frost W. Cochran Carmen and Cal Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Cowan Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cummins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Dennis D. David Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Detmering Mr. and Mrs. James R. Diamonon Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Dillon Drs. Alexander and Shannon Drtil Mr. and Mrs. David DuCharme Mr. James T. Dunaway and Dr. Libby Barlow Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Eads Mr. and Mrs. Ross T. Eastman Mr. Gregory L. Ebel Mr. and Mrs. Alan Fama Mr. and Mrs. David B. Favaloro Dr. and Mrs. Barry W. Feig Mr. and Mrs. James B. Fikaris Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Fisher Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Green Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Greenbaum Mr. and Mrs. Jerald G. Greer Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Grove Dr. and Mrs. Howard B. Hamat Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Harrell Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Holliday Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Jeckovich Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Lance C. Kassab Mr. and Mrs. Martin R. Kurtanich Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Leon Dr. and Mrs. Larry L. Likover Mr. and Mrs. Bowen Lo Mr. and Mrs. William G. Manias Mr. and Mrs. David E. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Arshad Matin Mr. and Mrs. William L. Maynard Mr. and Mrs. J. Luke McConn III Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. McGee Mr. and Mrs. David D. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Brian R. Molin Mr. and Mrs. Preston Moore III Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Sagar P. Naik Mr. and Mrs. Faisal Nazir Mr. James Neath and Ms. Amy Filvaroff Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nip Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ormiston Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Orr Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marc P. Oster Mr. Edmond N. O’Suji Mr. Srinivas Palavajjhala and Ms. Vasudha Govindan Dr. and Mrs. Mayank K. Parikh Mr. and Mrs. Vandan H. Patel Mr. Stephen Pearlman and Ms. Marlene Morales Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Poe Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Priest Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Raizner Mr. Ken and Dr. Sally Raty Mr. and Mrs. James S. Reckling Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Reckling Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Reinbolt Ms. Rhonda Rogers-Hunt Mr. Michael Rose Dr. and Mrs. David B. Rosenfield Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo M. Ruiz Drs. Miguel Sanchez and Laura Worth Mr. and Mrs. John C. Sarvadi Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Schwager Mr. Vinod and Dr. Morali Sharma Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Sheehy Mr. and Mrs. Ward Sheffield Mr. Michael Skelly and Ms. Anne Whitlock Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Stacy A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Snodgrass Drs. Charlie and Mary Soderstrom Mr. and Mrs. Greg M. Spier Mr. and Mrs. J. Abbott Sprague Mr. and Mrs. Rand D. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. James T. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Swanson II Mr. and Mrs. Winston M. Talbert Mr. and Mrs. Carl Y. Thomas Sr. Mr. and Mrs. T. Keller Towns Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tripodo Mr. and Mrs. Jose L. Valera Ms. Kimberly A. Van Belle-Ebel Drs. Run Wang and Yan Gu Dr. Patrick Wills and Ms. Wendy Wilson-Wills Mr. and Mrs. Steven Wolf Mr. and Mrs. Timm Wooten CLASS OF 2015 Grade 9 Ms. Dolly F. Ajumobi Mr. Kevin and Dr. Linda B. Andrews Ms. Jennifer Tuttle Arnold Mr. Steven Arnold Ms. Honey C. Ashworth Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ashworth Ms. Randa Bakht Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Barden Mr. and Mrs. Steven R. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Vineet Bhatia Dr. Perry E. Bickel and Dr. Sarah Barlow Ms. Beverly K. Bontrager Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Brollier Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Burt Drs. George A. and Steliana Calin Mr. and Mrs. W. Noble Carl III Mr. and Mrs. Dominic E. Carolan Dr. Crystal Cassidy and Mr. Phillip Rhee Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cone Dr. and Mrs. Paul I. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Todd F. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Davis Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Malik Dhanani Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Galen Eads Mr. and Mrs. Ross T. Eastman Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Eggleston Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Elias Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ereli Mr. and Mrs. Tom J. Fatjo Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Finger Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fondren Ms. Tomisu Friedkin Mr. and Mrs. William A. Gage Jr. The Honorable Kimberly Gamble and Mr. Troy L. Gamble Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Gay Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. Gaylor Mr. and Mrs. Eric D. Geisler Mr. and Mrs. Barry A. Glickman Mr. and Mrs. Jose A. González-Blanco Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Greer Dr. and Mrs. Carter Grinstead III Dr. and Mrs. Gerardo A. Guerra Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hart Dr. and Mrs. Hani A. Haykal Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Heyser Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Higby Drs. Michael Ho and Trang Cung Mr. and Mrs. John K. Howie Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Hurwitz Dr. and Mrs. Nikhil V. Inamdar Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Jacobe Jr. Drs. Stuart A. and Sheila Jacobson Dr. and Mrs. Amin R. Jamal Mr. and Mrs. Wayne T. Kearney Mr. and Mrs. Bert Keller Mr. James B. Kendrick and Dr. Jacqueline F. Mostert Mr. Scott Kohn and Ms. Leslie A. Lovett Prof. Praveen Kumar and Dr. Anita Deswal Drs. Sanjiv and Leena T. Kumar Mr. and Mrs. Kamoru A. Lawal Mr. Irvin A. Levy Ms. Sheryl D. Levy Mr. and Mrs. John R. Lewis II Mr. Yonghui Liu and Ms. Zheng Huang Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Lloveras Mr. James D. Mannetti Mr. and Mrs. Earle P. Martin III 61 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT PARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Drew K. Masterson Mr. and Mrs. Abelardo Matamoros Mr. and Mrs. Cody T. Mathews Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Mays Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. McAuley Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Mize Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Palmer Moldawer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morico Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Nakfoor Mr. and Mrs. Kerry E. Notestine Mrs. Belinda Oelman Mr. David P. Oelman Mr. Camilo Parra and Ms. Meng Yeh Mr. Rob P. Pascoe and Ms. Melissa A. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Paul Mr. and Mrs. John Pederson Mr. and Mrs. Brett Perlman Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pierce Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mauricio Pineda Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Poe Jil and John Pollock Mr. Dennis Powell and Ms. Penny Nicholson Mr. and Mrs. James L. Powers Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rae Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Reppert Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rome Mr. and Mrs. Trent Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rubinsky Mr. and Mrs. Marc Sands Dr. and Mrs. Scott A. Scheinin Mr. and Mrs. C. Park Shaper Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. Short The Honorable Cynthia Siegel and Mr. Robert Siegel Ms. Margaret A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Irving C. Stern Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Sullivan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Terry M. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Waibun Tieh Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tripodo Mr. and Mrs. Brian R. Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Vandiver Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. Wallis Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Williams Jr. Mr. John C. Woodhouse II and Dr. Deborah A. Pearson-Woodhouse Dr. and Mrs. Mamoun Younes Dr. Yang Yu and Ms. Risa Wang Mr. Andrew Zipper and Ms. Christine Bourget CLASS OF 2016 Grade 8 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Atnipp Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Baker Mr. and Mrs. John H. Barr Jr. Mr. Gerald A. Bass and Ms. Jackie Fair Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Bay Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Binet Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bonner III Ms. Amy E. Brazda Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Brown Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Burke Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Williams K. Butcher Mr. Mark L. and Dr. Pamela R. Carmain Mr. and Mrs. Dominic E. Carolan Mr. and Mrs. William W. Cathriner II Mr. and Mrs. George L. Clark Ms. Chris A. Combs-Farley and Mr. Andrew D. Farley Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Combs Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cone Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Cowan Sr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mitchell Cox Mr. and Mrs. Drew Cozby Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Cravens Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Justin A. Doran Mr. Karl Drews and Dr. Ashley Drews Mr. James T. 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Oster Mr. and Mrs. Jose Oti Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Perusquia Mr. and Mrs. Charles Racusin Mr. Ken and Dr. Sally Raty Dr. and Mrs. Razaali Razak Mr. and Mrs. Thomas K. Reckling Mr. and Mrs. Rahul V. Reddy Mr. and Mrs. Omar A. Rehmatulla Mr. Ray David Reyes Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Robins Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Roff Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Roff Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rubenstein Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo M. Ruiz Mr. and Mrs. John B. Scofield Mr. and Mrs. Ward Sheffield Dr. and Mrs. Todd Siff Prof. Shiva Sivaramakrishnan and Prof. Devika Subramanian Mr. Paul E. and Dr. Melissa O. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Culver Stedman Mr. and Mrs. Rand D. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. David H. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Stanford C. Stratton Mr. and Mrs. Kandoor R. Suresh Ms. Dana N. Sweet Ms. Jennie Szeto and Mr. Ronald H. Joe Dr. Tony and Dr. Shawn Tabarestani Mr. and Mrs. Brian Thurman Mr. Ping Tian and Dr. Dihua Yu Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Tower Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagnon Mr. and Mrs. Rex Whiteside Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Wilde Mr. and Mrs. Welcome W. Wilson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Wind Drs. Todd and Amy Wood CLASS OF 2017 Grade 7 Ms. Dolly F. Ajumobi Dr. and Mrs. Clay Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Terry Atmar Mr. and Mrs. Sukh Bajwa Mr. and Mrs. William T. Barnett Mr. and Mrs. John Bass Mr. and Mrs. Unal A. Baysal Mr. and Mrs. Worth Burke Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Burt Mr. Charles M. Carr III Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clements Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Guido Costantini Mrs. Kelli L. Cravens Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Davis Mr. and Mrs. Brad J. Deutser Mr. and Mrs. David DuCharme Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ereli Mr. and Mrs. Graham Farebrother Mr. and Mrs. Clay Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Fullenweider Dr. and Mrs. Robert H. Fusillo Mr. and Mrs. William A. Gage Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Barry A. Glickman Mr. and Mrs. James Goettee Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Greenbaum Mr. and Mrs. Tod M. 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Wells Mr. Frank Wimbish Jr. Ms. Stacey Wimbish Mr. and Mrs. Shannon E. Young III CLASS OF 2018 Grade 6 Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Allshouse Mr. and Mrs. James Arcidiacono Mr. and Mrs. Antonio D. Armstrong Sr. Ms. Elizabeth Arnold Mr. Robert T. Arnold Drs. John and Karen H. Baerenstecher Mr. and Mrs. John H. Barr Jr. Drs. Richard L. and Mary Es A. Beaver Drs. Nicholas P. and Katherine A. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Bolin Yanel and Iris Bonet Mr. and Mrs. James K. Brolan Dr. and Mrs. John A. Burpeau Mr. and Mrs. Holden W. Burrow Mr. and Mrs. Boyd J. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey I. Chamblee 62 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Chandler Dr. and Mrs. Paul I. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Will H. Cravens Mr. and Mrs. Mark Crosswell IV Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. DeWalch Mr. and Mrs. Justin A. Doran Dr. and Mrs. Mark H. Edelman Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Finger Mr. Nicholas A. Florescu Mr. and Mrs. John Friday Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Friedman Mr. Bill Frisco The Honorable Kimberly Gamble and Mr. Troy L. Gamble Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Garrison Mr. and Mrs. George R. Gibson Jr. Rev. and Mrs. Rathel E. Goodman Dr. and Mrs. Gerardo A. Guerra Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Hanan Dr. Edward A. Harris and Ms. Anne Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Steve Harter Drs. Michael Ho and Trang Cung Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt L. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Trevor M. Horne Mr. and Mrs. Howard House Drs. Irfan and Huma Iftikhar Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. Kalmans Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Koort Mr. and Mrs. William K. Kunetka Kate and Scott Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Mark Langford Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Lawrence Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Leon Dr. Michael Lewitton and Mrs. Allison H. Lipshultz-Lewitton Mr. and Mrs. Dan Liang Mr. and Mrs. John D. Light Mr. and Mrs. David W. McLeroy Mr. and Mrs. Afshin Minooe Mr. and Mrs. Sean W. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Walter Monteith Mr. and Mrs. Daryl R. Morey Dr. and Mrs. James B. Moseley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hardy Murchison Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Newton Dr. and Mrs. Anil C. Odhav Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Orr Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marc P. Oster Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Papandreou Mr. and Mrs. Edward Randall IV Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reckling Mr. and Mrs. Christopher H. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Craig Ribbeck Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo A. Rivero Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Roff Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Roff Mr. and Mrs. Mark Rome Dr. and Mrs. David B. Rosenfield Drs. Miguel Sanchez and Laura Worth Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Schwager Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Segal Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. Sikes Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Skidmore Mr. and Mrs. Greg M. Spier Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stallings Ms. Lisa Stallones Mr. and Mrs. Culver Stedman Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. David Stukalin Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Summerlin Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler M. Tilney Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Tower Mr. and Mrs. Vinh T. Truong Mr. Farid and Dr. Asha J. Virani Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Blake Williams Drs. Todd and Amy Wood Mr. and Mrs. Doug Yeager Mr. and Mrs. David S. Zarr CLASS OF 2019 Grade 5 Mr. and Mrs. Carlos A. Abello Mr. and Mrs. Lance Baird Mr. and Mrs. Eliahu A. Ben-Shoshan Mr. and Mrs. Mark Breeding Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Brown Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Burt Mrs. LaTresa L. Cameron Mr. Charles M. Carr III Mr. and Mrs. John C. Cone Dr. and Mrs. Paul I. Cook Mr. and Mrs. C. Mitchell Cox Mr. and Mrs. Drew Cozby Mr. and Mrs. Brad J. Deutser Mr. and Mrs. D. Mark DeWalch Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Elias Mr. and Mrs. Jason B. Few Ms. Tomisu Friedkin Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Roy Horlock Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Trevor M. Horne Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hurley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart E. Ison Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jacobe Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Jacobe Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Jacobe Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Korsh Jafarnia Mr. and Mrs. John L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Bashar Kalai Mr. and Mrs. Lewis M. 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Young III Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Zaharia CLASS OF 2020 Grade 4 Mr. and Mrs. A. Kent Altsuler Ms. Elizabeth Arnold Mr. Robert T. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. Lance Baird Mr. and Mrs. Lovett Baker Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David M. Bale Mr. and Mrs. John Bass Mr. and Mrs. Curt W. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. David C. Buck Mr. and Mrs. Holden W. Burrow Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Busa III Mr. and Mrs. Mark Crosswell IV Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. DeWalch Dr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Doan Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Garrison Mr. Zahid A. and Dr. Rana R. Ghauri Mr. and Mrs. John B. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. Wade G. Griggs III Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Hankamer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Jeffers Ms. Lesley L. Keller Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kelsey Mr. and Mrs. David D. Kinder Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Lawrence Sr. Mr. and Mrs. David W. McLeroy Dr. and Mrs. Michael T. Mineo Mr. and Mrs. Afshin Minooe Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Palmer Moldawer Mr. and Mrs. Chad H. 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Vail Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wagnon Mr. and Mrs. Blake Williams Mr. Frank Wimbish Jr. Ms. Stacey Wimbish Mr. and Mrs. David S. Zarr CLASS OF 2021 Grade 3 Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall Adkins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Blomquist Sr. Drs. Anthony and Annette Brissett Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Brown Jr. Mrs. LaTresa L. Cameron Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Carr Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie M. Christ Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. Consoli Dr. and Mrs. Paul I. Cook Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Davis Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. De La Rosa II Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Emerson Dr. Wei-Tsuen Fang and Ms. Dao Ly Mr. Martin J. and Dr. Kelli Cohen Fein Mr. and Mrs. David B. Finkelstein Ms. Tomisu Friedkin Mr. and Mrs. Thad Fuller Mr. David A. Furlow and Ms. Lisa H. Pennington Mr. and Mrs. William A. Gage Jr. Dr. and Mrs. David A. Garza Mr. and Mrs. John B. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. William S. Guyton Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Hamel Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Wade Head Mr. and Mrs. James M. Heldebrand Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt L. 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Rhode Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell C. Riley Mr. Thomas and Dr. Lizabeth Riley Mr. and Mrs. Chase Robison CLASS OF 2023 Grade 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carlos A. Abello Mrs. Linda Allan Mr. Ziad Allan Mr. and Mrs. David D. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Lance Baird Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Blomquist Sr. Yanel and Iris Bonet Mr. and Mrs. David C. Buck Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. Consoli Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. De La Rosa II Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Dillon Dr. and Mrs. Jimmy D. Doan Mr. and Mrs. David B. Finkelstein Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fortney Mr. Bill Frisco Dr. and Mrs. David A. Garza Mr. Zahid A. and Dr. Rana R. Ghauri Mr. and Mrs. John B. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. William S. Guyton Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Hankamer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George J. Haynes II Mr. and Mrs. James M. Heldebrand Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hemingway Mr. Aaron W. Herrick and Ms. AngĂŠlique Jamail Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt L. Hogan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Holstead Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Korsh Jafarnia Mr. and Mrs. William R. Jinnette Mr. and Mrs. Scot W. 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Ed S. and Florence Kim Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Kirkwood II Mr. and Mrs. Matt D. Landrith Mr. and Mrs. William P. Letzerich Dr. Michael Lewitton and Mrs. Allison H. Lipshultz-Lewitton Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Liuzzi Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Marshall Mr. and Mrs. Harris Masterson IV Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. McCeney Mr. and Mrs. Connelly T. McGreevy Mr. and Mrs. John B. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Rob R. Morrell Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Morrow Dr. and Mrs. James B. Moseley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Phelps Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Pitts Mr. Mark J. Prendergast and Ms. Mary L. Moreland Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Pyne Mr. and Mrs. Alexander G. Reilly Mr. Charles T. Schmidt and Ms. Kelly M. Battle Mr. and Mrs. David T. Searls III Mr. and Mrs. Penn P. Shaper Mr. and Mrs. Kennard R. Smart Mr. and Mrs. Adam R. Strauss Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stubbs Mr. and Mrs. James R. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Trent D. Tellepsen Mr. Farid and Dr. Asha J. Virani Mr. and Mrs. Logan M. Walters Mr. Kexin Wang and Dr. Hua Fang Mr. and Mrs. Peter L. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Weber CLASS OF 2025 PreK Mr. Walter L. Alexander III Mr. Christopher Artzer and Ms. Marisa Reuter Dr. and Mrs. Neil S. Bailard Mr. and Mrs. Brent R. Bechtol Mr. and Mrs. Matthew B. Childress Mr. and Mrs. Todd L. Colter Mr. and Mrs. Jason A. Consoli Mr. and Mrs. Adam P. Cox Mr. Eugene S. and Dr. Thi P. Crist Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Crosswell Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Dinerstein Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Esposito Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ferber Mr. and Mrs. Kevin A. Frankel Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. George Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gonzalez Mr. and Mrs. John B. Griggs Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Gustafson Sr. Dr. and Mrs. John A. Harvin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Hemingway Mr. Aaron W. Herrick and Ms. AngĂŠlique Jamail Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Hyman Mr. Todd and Dr. Melissa Joyner Mr. and Mrs. John J. Klevenhagen III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Leman Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Liuzzi Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Lucas Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerad D. McMayon Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Miles Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew N. Montgomery Dr. and Mrs. Jonathan C. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. John Mark L. Osborne II Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Papandreou Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Peacock Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. Raynes Mr. and Mrs. William K. Robertson Mr. Justin R. and Dr. M. Segal Mr. and Mrs. William K. Terrill II Mr. Omar S. Torres and Ms. Elizabeth J. Holloway Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Whitman Mr. and Mrs. Tony L. Wong 65 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT GRANDPARENTS Many thanks to Kinkaid grandparents for giving $277,700 to the 2011-2012 Annual Fund. The grandparents listed made a gift of $200 or more in honor of their grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Abello In Honor of Carlos Abello ‘19 In Honor of Mia Abello ‘23 Mr. Ward N. Adkins In Honor of John Adkins ‘12 Mrs. Audrey R. Alexander In Honor of Haley Alexander ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold K. Altsuler In Honor of Megan Altsuler ‘20 In Honor of Scott Altsuler ‘22 Mrs. Carole Ames In Honor of Emily Ashworth ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. William L. Anderson Jr. In Honor of Jack Beaver ‘18 Ms. JoAn Anderson In Honor of Alex Jinnette ‘23 Dr. Harrell R. Arnold In Honor of Edie Powers ‘13 In Honor of Caroline Powers ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Arnold In Honor of Georgia Arnold ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Arnold Jr. In Honor of Ella Rose Arnold ‘18 In Honor of Ruby Arnold ‘20 Dr. and Mrs. George E. Bacon In Honor of Kate McMillan ‘12 Mrs. Ann Bailey In Honor of Colton Silverstein ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Lorne D. Bain In Honor of Georgia Williams ‘18 In Honor of Bain Williams ‘20 In Honor of Mary Blake Williams ‘22 Mrs. Marguerite Baldwin In Honor of Ryan Baldwin ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Barrett In Honor of Barrett Crosswell ‘18 In Honor of Markley Crosswell ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beeler Sr. In Honor of Kate Beeler ‘12 In Honor of Keller Towns ‘12 In Honor of John Beeler ‘14 In Honor of Jane Elizabeth Towns ‘14 Ms. Mildred Bissell In Honor of James Bay ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. Al E. Bolin Jr. In Honor of Allison Bolin ‘12 In Honor of Ellie Bolin ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Broesche In Honor of Kirt Broesche ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Garnett Brooks In Honor of Emily Grinstead ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. William L. Brown In Honor of Cade Brown ‘22 In Honor of Blakely Brown ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Lucky Burke In Honor of Rina Miriam Presley ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burrow In Honor of Woodley Burrow ‘18 In Honor of Russell Burrow ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. Mike Cameron In Honor of Reeves Cameron ‘19 In Honor of Wilson Cameron ‘21 In Honor of Clay Cameron ‘22 Mr. and Mrs. Rod Canion In Honor of Turner Chiles ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Carr Jr. In Honor of Emma Carr ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Chapman In Honor of Henry Wizel ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Childress In Honor of Will Kunetka ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Cone In Honor of Chandler Cone ‘15 In Honor of Sarah Kate Cone ‘16 In Honor of Caroline Cone ‘19 Mr. and Mrs. Issa Cook In Honor of Issa Cook ‘15 In Honor of Joey Cook ‘18 In Honor of David Cook ‘19 In Honor of Nicholas Cook ‘21 Mr. and Mrs. H. Markley Crosswell III In Honor of Barrett Crosswell ‘18 In Honor of Markley Crosswell ‘20 In Honor of Joanie Crosswell ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. O. Holcombe Crosswell In Honor of Emily Stone ‘16 In Honor of Will McLeroy ‘17 In Honor of Mary Grey McLeroy ‘18 In Honor of Henry Stone ‘19 In Honor of Hudson McLeroy ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. Sam W. Cruse Jr. In Honor of Sam Cruse ‘24 In Honor of Houston Cruse ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. E. Ted Davis In Honor of Will Davis ‘20 In Honor of Cooke Davis ‘24 In Honor of Wynn Davis ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Tom M. Davis Jr. In Honor of William Wells ‘17 In Honor of Nina Wells ‘18 In Honor of Lindsay Wells ‘19 Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Deal In Honor of Cooper Deal ‘14 In Honor of Crafton Deal ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Denison Jr. In Honor of Walt Fortney ‘17 In Honor of Tatum Fortney ‘18 In Honor of Tanner Fortney ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Devlin In Honor of Johnny Butler ‘18 Dr. James S. Diamonon In Honor of Julia Diamonon ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dillon In Honor of Thomas Dillon ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dinerstein In Honor of Molly Dinerstein ‘25 Ms. Linda Dodd In Honor of Georgie Jordan ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Donnell In Honor of Jimmy Greenwood ‘13 In Honor of Drake Greenwood ‘17 Mrs. Anita Doyle In Honor of Andres Pineda ‘12 In Honor of Carlos Pineda ‘15 Mrs. Jeaneane B. Duncan In Honor of Graham Marsh ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Pat T. Dyer In Honor of Carolyn Dyer ‘13 In Honor of Allison Dyer ‘15 In Honor of J.D. Dyer ‘17 Dr. and Mrs. Tom Earthman In Honor of Mike Mayfield ‘12 In Honor of Aidan Reed ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eastman In Honor of Ross Eastman ‘14 In Honor of Alex Eastman ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Allan B. Ecker In Honor of Hannah Cooper ‘17 In Honor of Georgia Cooper ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Epstein In Honor of Halle Brazda ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. Eliezer Ereli In Honor of Nikki Ereli ‘15 In Honor of Tommy Ereli ‘17 Ms. Anne Farish In Honor of Christina Oti ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry E. Finger In Honor of Carson Finger ‘15 Mrs. Ann Finkelstein In Honor of Devyn Finkelstein ‘21 In Honor of Jordan Finkelstein ‘23 Mrs. Mary Ellen Thanheiser Finnegan In Honor of Ellen Thanheiser ‘13 Drs. Marvin A. and Gloria Fishman In Honor of Jenna McGaw ‘13 In Honor of Ashley McGaw ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ford In Honor of Lizzie Ford ‘12 Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Fortney III In Honor of Walt Fortney ‘17 In Honor of Tatum Fortney ‘18 In Honor of Tanner Fortney ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. James G. Frankel In Honor of Ivy Frankel ‘25 Mrs. Jerrie Fullenweider In Honor of Will Fullenweider ‘12 In Honor of Kate Fullenweider ‘13 In Honor of Sarah Fullenweider ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Fulton In Honor of Edie Powers ‘13 In Honor of Caroline Powers ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. Gaedcke Jr. In Honor of Ellie Smith ‘18 In Honor of Cody Smith ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Gass In Honor of Demian Gass ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. Dawson O. George III In Honor of Haylie George ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. Perry Giles In Honor of Andrew Priest ‘14 In Honor of Corbin Priest ‘17 In Honor of Dalton Priest ‘20 Mrs. Gail Gillespie In Honor of Gabby Gillespie ‘15 In Honor of JoJo Gillespie ‘18 Mrs. Grace Goeringer In Honor of Madi Goeringer ‘13 In Honor of Alex Goeringer ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Grant In Honor of Grant Adkins ‘13 In Honor of Danny Adkins ‘14 In Honor of Jimmy Adkins ‘21 Mr. Roger Gray In Honor of Jamie Moseley ‘18 In Honor of Caroline Moseley ‘19 In Honor of Matthew Moseley ‘21 In Honor of Catherine Moseley ‘24 Mrs. Georgia Greaney In Honor of Alara Ozdogan ‘20 In Honor of Evren Ozdogan ‘21 Mr. Harris Greenwood and Ms. Romelia Favrot In Honor of James Hemingway ‘23 In Honor of George Hemingway ‘25 Dr. and Mrs. Donald Griffith In Honor of Barrett Mize ‘13 In Honor of Brindley Mize ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grum In Honor of Jack Mitchell ‘19 In Honor of Will Mitchell ‘21 In Honor of Kate Mitchell ‘24 66 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Mr. and Mrs. Dick Haddox In Honor of Carlos Abello ‘19 In Honor of Mia Abello ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hale In Honor of Jack Josephson ‘22 In Honor of Natalie Josephson ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hall In Honor of Laura Grove ‘14 Dr. and Mrs. Carlos R. Hamilton Jr. In Honor of Carolyn Bivins ‘22 Ms. Fran Hammer In Honor of Jake Hammer ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Hankamer Sr. In Honor of Lauren Hankamer ‘20 In Honor of Garrett Hankamer ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Harrell In Honor of Clay Harrell ‘12 In Honor of Hannah Harrell ‘14 Dr. and Mrs. Quinton Harris In Honor of Brynn Harris ‘13 In Honor of TX Harris ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. David T. Harvin In Honor of Natalie Harvin ‘25 Dr. and Mrs. Walter R. Hawkins In Honor of Reed Hash ‘12 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Haynes In Honor of Parker Haynes ‘12 In Honor of Sterling Haynes ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Heldebrand In Honor of Katie Heldebrand ‘21 In Honor of Lauren Heldebrand ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Hemingway In Honor of James Hemingway ‘23 In Honor of George Hemingway ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Henderson Jr. In Honor of Annabelle Letzerich ‘24 Mrs. Yvonne Eubank Herndon In Honor of Elizabeth Landrith ‘22 In Honor of Jacqueline Landrith ‘24 Ms. Nancy Z. Herpin In Honor of Lovett Baker ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Hogan In Honor of Anna Hogan ‘18 In Honor of Alice Hogan ‘21 In Honor of Ellen Hogan ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Ned S. Holmes In Honor of John Berdon Mitchell ‘14 In Honor of Elizabeth Mitchell ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. John Holstead In Honor of Tommy Holstead ‘21 In Honor of Jean Holstead ‘23 Ms. Dorothy Horlock In Honor of Trip Horlock ‘19 In Honor of Keller Horlock ‘21 In Honor of Ryan Brooke Horlock ‘24 Ms. Evelyn N. Howell In Honor of Chase Howell ‘13 Dr. and Mrs. Charles Huber In Honor of Charles Crighton Jeffers ‘20 In Honor of Hallie Jeffers ‘22 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hudson Jr. In Honor of Colin Head ‘21 In Honor of Lola Head ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hulsey In Honor of Wilson Kelsey ‘20 In Honor of Carter Kelsey ‘22 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hurwitz In Honor of Scott Hurwitz ‘15 Ms. Julie Hutcheson In Honor of Hutch Oelman ‘13 In Honor of Marshall Oelman ‘15 In Honor of Robert Oelman ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. Carrick Inabnett In Honor of Corbin Kinder ‘20 In Honor of George Kinder ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Ison In Honor of Carroll Ison ‘13 In Honor of William Ison ‘17 In Honor of Olivia Stuart Ison ‘19 In Honor of Ben Ison ‘21 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Jacobe Sr. In Honor of Jacklyn Jacobe ‘13 In Honor of Andrew Jacobe ‘15 In Honor of Lindsey Jacobe ‘16 In Honor of Jennifer Jacobe ‘17 In Honor of Jake Jacobe ‘19 In Honor of Katherine Jacobe ‘19 In Honor of Laine Jacobe ‘19 In Honor of Will Jacobe ‘19 In Honor of Brooke Jacobe ‘22 In Honor of Jeffrey Jacobe ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Jacomini Sr. In Honor of Kay Masterson ‘22 In Honor of Cochran Masterson ‘24 In Honor of Garrett Masterson ‘24 Dr. and Mrs. James A. Johnson In Honor of Abby Johnson ‘23 In Honor of Adele Johnson ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Johnson In Honor of Helena Johnson ‘19 In Honor of Ben Johnson ‘21 Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh W. Johnson Jr. In Honor of John Adkins ‘12 Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson In Honor of Madison Marshall ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kalmans In Honor of Aerin Kalmans ‘18 In Honor of Kendall Kalmans ‘19 In Honor of Talia Kalmans ‘23 67 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT GRANDPARENTS Mr. and Mrs. Marvin D. Nathan In Honor of Alec Gibson ‘18 In Honor of Evan Gibson ‘22 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Neff In Honor of George Randt ‘13 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Newman In Honor of Lindi Ruthven ‘21 In Honor of George Ruthven ‘23 Mrs. Ruth Nicholson In Honor of Matt Powell ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Bradford C. Oelman In Honor of Hutch Oelman ‘13 In Honor of Marshall Oelman ‘15 In Honor of Robert Oelman ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Orr In Honor of Collins Orr ‘14 In Honor of Kelley Orr ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Oster In Honor of Perry Oster ‘14 In Honor of Spencer Oster ‘16 In Honor of Margaret Oster ‘18 In Honor of Caroline Oster ‘19 Mrs. Ginger Kanaly In Honor of VL Kanaly ‘12 Mr. and Mrs. Jay Karkowsky In Honor of Austin Karkowsky ‘17 In Honor of Tyler Karkowsky ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Al Keller In Honor of Sanders Keller ‘15 In Honor of Carson Keller ‘20 In Honor of Dylan Keller ‘22 Mr. Thomas E. Kelly In Honor of Maddy Kelly ‘12 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kelsey In Honor of Wilson Kelsey ‘20 In Honor of Carter Kelsey ‘22 Ms. Jane L. Kerr In Honor of Madi Goeringer ‘13 In Honor of Alex Goeringer ‘16 Ms. Carolyn Klevenhagen In Honor of Courtney Klevenhagen ‘22 In Honor of John Klevenhagen ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. Faustyn Knobloch In Honor of Dani Knobloch ‘19 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Krips In Honor of Caroline Nelson ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. Phillip V. Ladin In Honor of Samantha Dillon ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald M. Ladin In Honor of Lexie Strauss ‘21 In Honor of Ladin Strauss ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Laflen In Honor of Madeline Brown ‘12 In Honor of Caroline Brown ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lamme In Honor of Lawson Lamme ‘17 In Honor of Charlie Lamme ‘21 68 Mr. and Mrs. C. Berdon Lawrence In Honor of John Berdon Mitchell ‘14 In Honor of Elizabeth Mitchell ‘17 In Honor of Collin Lawrence ‘18 In Honor of Eliza Lawrence ‘20 In Honor of Harrison Lawrence ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Cadell S. Liedtke In Honor of Marion Fertitta ‘24 Dr. and Mrs. Larry Lipshultz In Honor of Zachary Lewitton ‘18 In Honor of Carson Keller ‘20 In Honor of Tyler Lewitton ‘21 In Honor of Dylan Keller ‘22 In Honor of Hayden Lewitton ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Ted C. Litton In Honor of Anna Hogan ‘18 In Honor of Alice Hogan ‘21 In Honor of Ellen Hogan ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Ellis K. Locher Jr. In Honor of Lauren Locher ‘21 Mr. and Mrs. Arlan Locke In Honor of Douglas Bauer ‘22 Mr. and Mrs. H. Malcolm Lovett Jr. In Honor of Lovett Shaper ‘15 In Honor of Nell Shaper ‘17 In Honor of Jeffers Shaper ‘19 In Honor of Mary Eloise Searls ‘22 In Honor of Caroline Searls ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Marinis Jr. In Honor of Sarah Swanson ‘21 In Honor of Skyler Swanson ‘21 In Honor of Will Swanson ‘23 In Honor of Benton Walters ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Earle P. Martin Jr. In Honor of Grant Martin ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Judson T. Massingill In Honor of Courtney Klevenhagen ‘22 In Honor of John Klevenhagen ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. Jack H. Mayfield Jr. In Honor of Mike Mayfield ‘12 Mr. and Mrs. James W. McCartney In Honor of Louise McCartney ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDermott In Honor of Buck Tower ‘16 In Honor of Jack Tower ‘18 In Honor of Hunt Tower ‘21 Mr. and Mrs. Don McGuirt In Honor of Kemper Hicks ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. George Medley In Honor of Kate Hickman ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. Randall Meyer In Honor of Andrew Manias ‘13 In Honor of Hayden Manias ‘14 Mrs. Shirley Molin In Honor of Drewe Molin ‘14 Mrs. Mary Frances Monteith In Honor of Stuart Monteith ‘12 In Honor of Colin Monteith ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. John H. Moran In Honor of Ebby Randall ‘18 In Honor of Adelaide Randall ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. J. Marvin Moreland Jr. In Honor of Henry Prendergast ‘22 In Honor of James Prendergast ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. James G. Moses In Honor of Tommy Holstead ‘21 In Honor of Jean Holstead ‘23 Mr. Wiley L. Mossy Jr. In Honor of Nolan Watt ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Murchison Jr. In Honor of Ashley Murchison ‘18 In Honor of Virginia Murchison ‘21 Mrs. Maria Papadopoulos In Honor of Anna Maria Johnson ‘18 In Honor of Christos Papandreou ‘18 In Honor of Aphrodite Papandreou ‘22 In Honor of Mary Papandreou ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. P. Dexter Peacock In Honor of Holden Peacock ‘23 In Honor of Connor Peacock ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Pennington In Honor of Alexandra Tropoli ‘22 In Honor of Luke Tropoli ‘24 Mr. John R. Perry Jr. In Honor of Perry Oster ‘14 In Honor of Spencer Oster ‘16 In Honor of Margaret Oster ‘18 In Honor of Caroline Oster ‘19 Mr. and Mrs. William E. Pielop III In Honor of Will Pielop ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Piper In Honor of Piper Reilly ‘20 In Honor of Patrick Reilly ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pye Jr. In Honor of Tatum Cox ‘22 In Honor of Bennett Cox ‘25 Ms. Carole Radelat In Honor of Charlie Raty ‘14 In Honor of Stuart Raty ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Rafferty In Honor of Matthew Orr ‘12 In Honor of Caroline Orr ‘16 Dr. and Mrs. Albert Raizner In Honor of Kayla Raizner ‘14 Mrs. Eliza Randall In Honor of Ebby Randall ‘18 In Honor of Adelaide Randall ‘20 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Reckling III In Honor of Rienzi Reckling ‘13 In Honor of Sterling Reckling ‘13 In Honor of Addy Reckling ‘14 In Honor of Lauren Reckling ‘14 In Honor of Mary Kelly McConn ‘14 In Honor of T. Reckling ‘16 In Honor of Christiana Reckling ‘17 In Honor of Emmy Reckling ‘17 In Honor of Anna Reckling ‘18 In Honor of Charlie Reckling ‘20 In Honor of Freddy Reckling ‘20 In Honor of Dub Reckling ‘21 In Honor of Elizabeth Reckling ‘22 Mrs. Lenox Reed In Honor of Keen Butcher ‘14 In Honor of Lenox Butcher ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. John Riley In Honor of Matthew Riley ‘20 In Honor of Megan Riley ‘20 In Honor of Tristan Riley ‘22 Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Rivero In Honor of Isabella Rivero ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Robbins In Honor of Claire Pollock ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Corbin J. Robertson Jr. In Honor of Bradyn Robertson ‘21 In Honor of Hunter Robertson ‘23 In Honor of Gayle Robertson ‘25 Dr. and Mrs. Ronnie Robins In Honor of E Robins ‘16 In Honor of Rhett Robins ‘19 Mr. and Mrs. J. Hugh Roff Jr. In Honor of Stephanie Roff ‘12 In Honor of Annie Roff ‘13 In Honor of Rebecca Roff ‘16 In Honor of Will Roff ‘16 In Honor of Amanda Roff ‘18 In Honor of Elizabeth Roff ‘18 In Honor of Tom Roff ‘20 Mrs. Vale Russell In Honor of Calin Ackerman ‘13 Mr. and Mrs. Don Sanders In Honor of Sanders Keller ‘15 Mr. Fayez S. Sarofim In Honor of Kemper Hicks ‘23 The Honorable and Mrs. William M. Schultz In Honor of Josh Mehling ‘17 Dr. and Mrs. Tom Schulze In Honor of Braxton Robison ‘20 In Honor of Kate Robison ‘22 Ms. Harriett Semander In Honor of Zack Nicolaou ‘20 In Honor of Pete Nicolaou ‘23 Dr. and Mrs. Ira Shapiro In Honor of Anna Ferber ‘24 In Honor of Sam Ferber ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. Don Sheffield In Honor of Ward Sheffield ‘14 In Honor of Davis Sheffield ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. James A. Showers In Honor of Matthew Moldawer ‘12 In Honor of Ben Moldawer ‘15 In Honor of Eliza Moldawer ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Sidhu In Honor of Zoe Price ‘21 In Honor of Mia Price ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Sikes Jr. In Honor of Bennett Sikes ‘18 In Honor of Mallory Sikes ‘22 Mr. Louis Skidmore Jr. In Honor of Madeleine Skidmore ‘18 In Honor of Alex Skidmore ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. David Smith In Honor of Sara Burpeau ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Snell Sr. In Honor of Katie Heldebrand ‘21 In Honor of Lauren Heldebrand ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Snodgrass In Honor of John Snodgrass ‘14 Mrs. Frances A. Soderstrom In Honor of Rachel Soderstrom ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speed In Honor of Courtney Greer ‘14 In Honor of Griffith Greer ‘14 Dr. and Mrs. James E. Spier In Honor of Walker Spier ‘12 In Honor of Sydney Spier ‘14 In Honor of Addison Spier ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Sprague In Honor of Emmy Sprague ‘12 In Honor of Allison Sprague ‘14 In Honor of Phin Sprague ‘17 Mr. and Mrs. R. John Stanton Jr. In Honor of Kat Smith ‘17 In Honor of Molly Smith ‘21 Drs. Richard and Kathryn Stream In Honor of Rachel Soderstrom ‘14 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Swanson In Honor of Sarah Swanson ‘21 In Honor of Skyler Swanson ‘21 In Honor of Will Swanson ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Talley In Honor of Matthew Kirkwood ‘19 In Honor of Talley Kirkwood ‘24 Mr. and Mrs. Blake Tartt In Honor of Baker Elias ‘13 In Honor of Brooks Elias ‘15 In Honor of Sterling Elias ‘19 Mr. and Mrs. Hubert F. Tett In Honor of Travis Ainsworth ‘24 Dr. and Mrs. Sellers J. Thomas Jr. In Honor of Sarah May Thomas ‘12 In Honor of Sellers Thomas ‘17 Mrs. Patricia A. Thomas In Honor of Thomas Garrison ‘18 In Honor of Charles Garrison ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. Raybourne Thompson Jr. In Honor of Ray Brown ‘14 In Honor of Prentiss Burt ‘15 In Honor of Thompson Brown ‘16 In Honor of Mary Helen Burt ‘17 In Honor of Patrick Brown ‘19 In Honor of Raybourne Burt ‘19 In Honor of Walker Brown ‘21 Mrs. Stephen Tower In Honor of Buck Tower ‘16 In Honor of Jack Tower ‘18 In Honor of Hunt Tower ‘21 Dr. and Mrs. Lee L. Tuttle Jr. In Honor of Will Wilde ‘12 In Honor of Georgia Arnold ‘15 Mrs. Jo Rene Van Voorhis In Honor of Channing Allshouse ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Carol S. Vance In Honor of Sarah Tucker ‘12 In Honor of Carolyn Tucker ‘13 In Honor of Ben Tucker ‘15 Mr. and Mrs. Jan Veldkamp In Honor of Saskia Veldkamp ‘17 In Honor of Daan Veldkamp ‘21 Mr. and Mrs. G. Waverly Vest Jr. In Honor of Audrey Brown ‘24 Dr. and Mrs. David M. Wadler In Honor of Jackson Bloome ‘22 In Honor of Ashley Bloome ‘24 In Honor of Kate Hyman ‘25 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Watson In Honor of Caroline Talbert ‘14 In Honor of Emily Talbert ‘17 In Honor of Claire Watson ‘19 In Honor of William Watson ‘21 In Honor of Gardner Watson ‘23 Mr. and Mrs. R. Paul Wear Jr. In Honor of Caroline Montgomery ‘12 Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Weil Jr. In Honor of Megan Friedman ‘14 In Honor of Buddy Friedman ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Weiner In Honor of David Warren ‘13 In Honor of Daniel Weiner ‘14 In Honor of Michael Weiner ‘18 Mr. Bernard Weingarten In Honor of Reagor Wagnon ‘16 In Honor of Joseph Wagnon ‘19 In Honor of Bennett Wagnon ‘20 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Werlein In Honor of Conner Gilliam ‘16 Ms. Sara E. White In Honor of Sara Jane Gage ‘15 In Honor of William Gage ‘17 In Honor of Hudson Gage ‘21 Mr. and Mrs. Carlton D. Wilde Sr. In Honor of Will Wilde ‘12 Mr. and Mrs. Welcome W. Wilson Sr. In Honor of AnnaCatherine Wilson ‘12 In Honor of Welcome Wilson ‘16 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Wolfean In Honor of Jacklyn Jacobe ‘13 In Honor of Lindsey Jacobe ‘16 In Honor of Jake Jacobe ‘19 In Honor of Will Jacobe ‘19 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Woodhouse In Honor of John Woodhouse ‘15 Mrs. Dorothy Wynne In Honor of Allison Bolin ‘12 In Honor of Ellie Bolin ‘18 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry H. Yellen In Honor of Ben Krantz ‘14 In Honor of Sydney Krantz ‘16 Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Zeller In Honor of Max Herz ‘20 In Honor of Ellie Herz ‘24 69 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT ALUMNI Participation percentages were figured for those classes from 1929-2006 who were contacted through the Annual Fund Campaign and the Alumni Phonathon as well as for members of the Class of 2012 who made special gifts in honor of their graduation. Through gifts to the Annual Fund, alumni help ensure that the great benefits of a Kinkaid education that they received are also available for the current generation of students. Non-graduate alumni donors are listed with the class in which they would have graduated. A name in italics denotes a gift of $100 or more. Thirty percent of Kinkaid alumni supported the Annual Fund. Their gifts of $654,959 set a new record. Thank you, Alumni! Class of ’29 100.0% Carolyn Grant Fay Class of ’30 50% Anonymous Class of ’40 33% James Isaacks Jr. Class of ’41 25% Sellers J. Thomas Jr. Class of ’42 67% Josephine E. Abercrombie Robert L. Bradley Class of ’44 17% Elwin M. Peacock Class of ’46 13% Jane Hoffert Moore Class of ’47 20% Daniel C. Arnold Dorothy Seay Wynne Class of ’48 14% Robert L. Hill Class of ’49 15% Donald S. Huge Thomas E. Kelly Lee L. Tuttle Jr. Francita Stuart Ulmer Class of ’50 10% Eliza Lovett Randall Sue Trammell Whitfield Class of ’51 30% Catherine Cage Bruns Almeria Thompson Cottingham Vale Asche Russell Class of ’52 18% Fanelle Logue Laughlin Elizabeth Connelly McGreevy Class of ’53 24% Dunbar N. Chamber Jr. Emilie Smith Kilgore Jane Heyck Gaucher Montgomery Jean Griffey Tuttle Carlton D. Wilde Sr. Class of ’54 38% Thomas D. Cronin Jr. Sally Binz DeWalch Gilbert D. Gaedcke Jr. Thorndike D. Howe III Isla Winston Reckling Charles B. Sanders Jr. Raybourne Thompson Jr. David M. Underwood 70 Class of ’55 17% Harry H. Cullen Tom M. Davis Jr. Nancy Goldston Herpin Julia Moore Jones Robert W. McCullough Jr. Susan Hillebrandt Santangelo Class of ’56 12% Maurice M. Adams John Lollar III James T. McCullough Thomas W. Pew Jr. Marlene Genitempo Van Eman Class of ’57 9% John B. Baird III Keith Chunn Joseph S. Horrigan Thomas P. Jacomini Sr. Class of ’58 28% D. Kent Anderson Sarah Eastham Chapoton O. Holcombe Crosswell Linda Beeley Denison Tami Baird Dyer John W. Elias Mary McFarland Gaedcke Lucy Lee Lamme Klinka Garrett Lollar Jo Frances Ruhl Class of ’59 21% Norman L. Blumenfeld Stephen T. Cochran Emily Attwell Crosswell Marie Fay Evnochides Cathey Speer Graham John David Hagerman Theodore D. Heyck Julie Hutcheson Conway G. Ivy John C. Moriniere Class of ’60 6% Robert H. Cronin H. Markley Crosswell III Richard S. Snell Sr. Class of ’61 8% Philip G. Chapman Nancy Hoskins Epley Margaret Fearey Ward R. Jones Class of ’62 25% Audrey Reynolds Alexander Kendella Baker William A. Blattner John E. Butcher Susan E. Cooper Toni Walsh Duperier Earl Hankamer III Allan R. Klein H. Malcolm Lovett Jr. R. M. McDannald Jr. Carolyn Ferguson Means Robert W. Phillips Sandra Moffett Provost Adrian Turner Ross Virginia Meyers Watt Class of ’63 21% Cal Adger Arthur Beane III Carlton Carl Lana Lee Cureton William Harshman Mary Nell Jeffers Lovett Margaret McKenzie Milbourn Robert A. Morse Monique Moser-Verrey James G. Moses Betsy Bowen Phillips Kenney Dixon Pickens Class of ’64 11% Grover J. Geiselman III Dawson O. George III George E. Howe Katherine Susman Howe Phillip V. Ladin Catherine Carter Malone Michael Rose Class of ’65 16% James E. Allison III Susan Davis Johnson Dale L. Martin Peggy Dickson Martin Don McGuirt Clay A. Parker Kathy Sabom Parker George Pierce III Barbara Moses Robertson Marc J. Shapiro Deborah White Wax Class of ’66 23% Meredith L. Austin Patricia Kidson Cavanagh Rod Crowl John A. Diffey III E. J. Hudson Jr. Stephen A. Lasher John H. Leidler B. Richard Respess Linda Rauch Susman James Tang F. T. Webster Class of ’67 10% Eugenia Dyess Collins Terry Davis Harrison Ronald M. Ladin Joseph H. Tennant W. F. Trotter Jr. Jerald A. Turboff Class of ’68 13% Thomas C. Adams Jr. John B. Cassidy Lynn Meyer Fort Edwin H. Frank III Jack G. Lee Anne Owen Class of ’69 23% Pam Kidson Adger Lynne Barlow Bentsen Kathleen Hazelhurst Bywaters Bonnie German Chandler James G. Frankel Ann C. Jacobs Kristy L. Liedtke Martha Adger Madget Michael L. Minns Susan Adams Smith J. S. Talbot T. Garth Whittington Welcome W. Wilson Jr. Class of ’70 9% Ronald L. Bernell Janet Lee Cohen Carl A. Detering Jr. Robert L. Frachtman Phillip Salvador Malcolm Waddell Jr. Class of ’71 12% Laura Liedtke Bucholz Joseph Dahr Jamail III Michael Linsey Donald D. Napier III Michael P. Pearson Sarah Bing Wolfe Class of ’72 19% Jeffrey W. Baker Myron G. Blalock III George B. Duke John L. Falik Michael H. Hood John M. Hopper Jr. Elizabeth Dyess Jackson Ellen Carrington King Jennifer Levin Robert B. Orkin Kenneth L. Schnitzer Jr. Class of ’73 13% Rene F. Bell Rebecca White Goodman J. Chris Jones Elizabeth Jacobs Labanowski Cadell S. Liedtke Marion Perryman Liedtke Richard M. Lucas Jr. Earle P. Martin III Scott B. West Class of ’74 23% Robert J. Barnhart Mark Breeding Kurt R. Burnette R. Steven Couch Douglas L. Doyle Richard B. Finger James Finkelstein Patrick B. Frede John C. Gorden Hollis L. Hibbert Frances Hopper Jeter Sandra Spore Langford Blake T. Liedtke Alexandra McKinley Martindale Sharon R. McKinley Elizabeth T. Meyers Tara Crooker Mize Douglas Schnitzer Madeleine Topper Sheehy Scott N. Tellkamp Class of ’75 20% Mark A. Baker Laura Draper Bellows Cindy Trott Bramel Helen Holden Bryan Rachel Weiner Davis Janet Berry Dundas Anne Giles Jarvis T. Mark Kelly Kevin King Gayle Moore Pearson Brad D. Sanders Kurt M. Sontag Eliza Erwin Stedman Susan L. Weingarten John C. Woodhouse II Class of ’76 18% Claire Liedtke Alexander Scott L. Anderson Lovett Baker Jr. Will Britt Pamela MacLean Chandler Nanette M. CooperMcGuinness James A. Cummins Jr. Sarah Brooks Eilers Eleni Antonellos Fuller Laura Byrd Herring Sallie Wynne Mansell Peter E. McCormick James D. Prappas James L. Stroope Jr. Matthew A. Thanheiser C. John White III Class of ’77 39% Brad L. Armstrong J. Douglas Bacon Robert Baldwin, M.D. Lucy Hutcheson Barrow Katherine Kirby Bravo ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 William M. Briscoe Ellanor Allday Camberg Jay M. Chernosky Keith R. Crawford Ellen Lloyd Cummins Norman B. DeWalch Steven H. Dunn, M.D. Ralph Eads Clark K. Ervin Cary Young Fyfe Edward C. Gorden Erik F. Heyne Roy M. Horlock Jr. George F. Huff Valerie Reed Leavitt R. Ted Lyons Pamela Pappas Mattingly Carolyn McCormick Mary Ann McKinley Arnold M. Miller Jr. David P. Morley Marjorie Woodhouse Purdy Bob W. Roberts Jr. Giggy Martin Thanheiser Kathryn Hall Wilson William H. Winters Class of ’78 21% Lydia Mayfield Abbott Susie Vail Ackerman Jennifer Tuttle Arnold F. Stephen Brooks James H. Byrd Jr. Jonathan S. Finger David Gerger Graham W. Gilliam Stuart A. Jacobson Allison Crooker Margrave Jeff Martin Preston Moore III Colleen Couch Reed Sellers J. Thomas III Brian Van De Mark Craig M. Van De Mark Class of ’79 26% Steven Arnold Honey Ames Ashworth Georgia Herpin Baker Hilary Frame Crady Arthur B. Davis Ted Erck Robin Cooper Feldman James Goettee Jr. William C. Gorden Binford R. Halverson Joseph L. Harberg Christa Hawkins Hash Susan S. Peake Sally Radelat Raty Charles L. Roff Vernon Scott Stacy A. Smith William H. Stockham III Johnny K. Sutton Heather Mackay Tripodo Allison Ebert Wagner Ellen Weingarten Wagnon Mary Kerr Winters Class of ’80 20% J. Marshall Adkins Jr. Virginia Barrett Arceneaux Lisa B. Brannon-Peppas D. Mark DeWalch Mark H. Edelman Michael Ereli Robert E. Fondren Marilyn Huggins Goettee Caroline Baker Hurley Lynn T. MacLean, M.D. Anne Elise Mumford Matthews Jack H. Mayfield III Melissa McAnelly Robert C. Overton III Dan R. Seely Blake Tartt III Class of ’81 30% John A. Barrett Jr. Jackie Goss Cathriner William W. Cathriner II James C. Cravens Julia Gregg DeWalch Keith R. Fullenweider Elizabeth Blackstone Holderfield John D. Maclay Gretchen Meyer Manias Tad Mayfield Jim W. McCartney V Charles. J. Mooney IV Rebecca Whitehead Munn Gail Wolf Orr Rene Doyle Pineda Mary Bain Pearson Pitts Amy Ragan Taylor L. Reid Andrew W. Roff Patrick E. Stallings Scott Sturges Emily McKay Sullivan Timothy E. Vail Beth Mossy Watt David F. Webber Craig G. Wilson Class of ’82 30% Carol Attwell Catherine Davis Bell Emily Wynne Bolin Linda Lyons Brown Heidi Balser Budaj Laura Wynne Cale Maria Semander Crawford Nancy Couch Davis Waverly White Gage Claude J. Herpin II Melisa Billingsley Herring Helena Papadopoulos Johnson Evan Katz Fay Monsen Kirby Duncan L. Lamme Marilyn D. Nixon Cynthia Chambers Ortale Bruce H. Phillips Marilyn Taylor Phillips Elva Weatherford Riley Michelle Rogers Rogers Karen Abramson Selzer Kristin Terhune Sjoberg Melissa O’Toole Smith, M.D. Annette Faubion Stephens Frank A. Vandiver Class of ’83 41% Frank C. Anderson III Emily Ledbetter Benz Malek A. Bohsali Anthony A. Brown Mark H. Bryant Cristina Strauss Buaas Clayton K. Campbell W. Noble Carl III Joanne Wilson Castleberry Kerri Leer Classen Frost W. Cochran Will H. Cravens Brad J. Deutser Lauren Weil Friedman James H. Glanville Jr. Scot Ison Fadi P. Khuri Robert A. Maclean Jr. Paul D. McCleary II Kendall Miller M. H. Palmer Moldawer Anthea Wills Moran Robert E. Moreland David P. Oelman Marc P. Oster Charles S. Schwager William R. Sealy Philip Stephenson Lisa Crosswell Stone Meg Estes Tapp Steven Wolf William H. Wolf Jr. Peter Y. Wrench Kirsten Meyer Wrinkle Kris L. Yellen Class of ’84 28% Shayna Goldstein Andrews Virginia Mary Thompson Brown John E. Chapoton Jr. Courtnay Tartt Elias Jackie Fair William A. Faubion Jr. Leslie Schlumberger Garcia Tod M. Greenwood Carlos R. Hamilton III Sidney R. Herron Jr. Ronald H. Jacobe Jr. Sonya Baker Lloveras William S. Locher David Lucke Will N. Mathis Stephen W. Miles Jr. JoAnna Semander Nicolaou Bret D. Sanders Ellen Harberg Shaffer Peter Shaper Jana Davis Wells Jennifer Howard Westerman Elaine Yao Class of ’85 38% Wilson G. Allen Vianei Lopez Braun Sharon J. Callender Patricia Hamilton Dewhurst Stephen T. Dyer Jack E. Earnest Jr. Bentley B. Fondren Debbie Deutser Greenbaum Charlotte Grace Grove Julie Simms Hayes Claire Schlumberger Henry Ann Vaughan Hobson Mary Kay Wheless Hunt Eleni Vaseliades Jankosky Todd M. Johnson Nancy Davis Keely Bryan D. Legate MaeLissa Brauer Lipman Caroline Boone Mitchell Susan Monk Melinda Nelson Nelson Ellen Dunlap Ohmstede Georgy Ann Papadakes Peluchiwski Devon L. Pyle-Vowles Sepand Riahi John B. Scofield Laura McMurrey Sheffield Todd Siff Paul Stallings Michelle Vann Michael C. Wilde Stacey Gillman Wimbish Joy Archer Yeager Class of ’86 24% Michael Balser Mary Es Anderson Beaver Andrew W. Burch Helen Thompson Burt Chris Cone Karen Lee Davis James L. Jacobe Heather Ledbetter Kearney Thomas R. Lamme Tonya Kafoglis Lemoine Jay Lerner Elizabeth Gottlieb Pavel Carter W. Quayle Rachel Jackson Ribbeck C. Park Shaper Mary Stanton Smith B. Douglas Whitman II Michael C. Zody Class of ’87 42% Nazey Azimpoor Lance Baird John R. Bakht Ellie Harter Bale Christopher L. Boone Ellen Flint Brooks Jed A. Brown Holden W. Burrow Tom Chmielewski Ashley Brunson Clark Henry M. Crosswell IV Shannon Dyer Dowell Elizabeth Moore Elder Stephen Eubank Jason B. Goldstein Brad Harman Trevor M. Horne Elyse Spector Kalmans Katherine Jacomini Masterson Mary L. Moreland Alan Owens Christine Papadakes Jeff G. Peden Peter Raspler Tavenner King Rogers Louis F. Rothermel III Mark O. Sikes Anne Goettee Skidmore David Tett Margaret Strange Thompson Margaret Hatfield Totz Sanjay Vyas Elisabeth Williams Waters John R. Young Nicole Domercq Zarr Class of ’88 33% Blakely Anderson Atherton Brent R. Bechtol Heather Khuri Berglund Christine Devlin Butler Elise M. Chapman Donya R. Davis Elaine Barksdale Finucane Nicole Nathan Gibson Wade G. Griggs III W. Stedman Grigsby Karen Hankamer Horne John E. Howell Stuart E. Ison Douglas P. Johnson John L. Johnson William R. Kelsey Hoggie K. Kim Melissa Milton Knauth Michael Kurinets Jennifer Monday Leman Todd Litton Merritt McReynolds Marinelli Clare Crosswell McLeroy Michael T. Monk Chad H. Muir Shannon Bristow Newsom Stephanie Lerner Ostrosky Greer H. Pagan Christina Papadopoulos Papandreou Edward Randall IV Samantha Schnee Mary Eliza Lovett Shaper Clint S. Wetmore Todd Wood, M.D. Class of ’89 24% A. Kent Altsuler Jennifer Work Blattner Frederick W. Brazelton Carolyn Russell Brock Kathleen Berryman Colt Laura Lucke Decker Jill Lichtenstein Deutser Nicole Glanville Ederle Rana Rahman Ghauri,M.D. Elizabeth Jennings John W. Jennings III Scot W. Johnson Dina Osborn Koch Grady Lee Elizabeth Oxford Pagan Lea Montgomery Payne Jason Peters Corbin J. Robertson III 71 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT ALUMNI Paul A. Romano Robert L. Stanton Katherine Ginzburg Treistman Bonnie Burch Ward Walter T. Weathers III Jill Wiley White Class of ’90 29% Catherine Mattingly Brass Robert F. Broussard Matthew Colangelo Heather Hankamer Consoli Terence M. Cooper Leslie Bleil Cornett John B. Griggs Holly King Hamel Wyatt L. Hogan Jeffrey M. Jacobe Dori Frumin Kirshner Lisa N. Latour William P. Letzerich Pamela Tyler Mitchell J. Hardy Murchison Shayne Hurst Newell William D. Paddock Philip H. Peacock Evie Dyer Rawlinson Kevin Robins Charles T. Schmidt Hillary Skibell Kurt Stonecipher Douglas E. Swanson Jr. Kristie Parker Wetmore Christine Bain Williams Class of ’91 30% Walter L. Alexander III Carter H. Bechtol Adrienne Miller Cutter Edwin T. Davis III Colby Denison Stefanie Newton Esposito Wendy Bryant Fasciano John J. Garrett Jr. Alicia Thomas Garrison Wendy Anderson Gatto Grover G. Geiselman IV Elizabeth Litton Hogan Stewart H. Jones Brian Ladin Nelson Littrell Ryan C. McCleary Amy Manford Murchison Katy George Murray Chris R. Ordway II John Mark L. Osborne II Christi Neuenschwander Parker William C. Pielop Kara Kahan Riben Sherri Sandifer Deryl Seale Andrea Gregg Soper Sandra Selber Sturm Courtney Marinis Swanson Richard Vermillion Lisa Pon Wong Class of ’92 41% Suzanne Tett Ainsworth Marcus L. Allen Adam K. Altsuler Douglas S. Aron Melissa Wadler Bloome Doak D. Brown Jennifer Wilson Brown Allison Speed Crosswell Peter S. Cureton Carin Brody Davidson Robert R. Evans III Elizabeth Harrison Susan Snell Heldebrand Laura Hulsey Kelsey Elaine Granmayeh Khalil Molly Moore Khalil William B. Kurtz II Courtland B. Loeffler Nicole Lorenzo Lynch Emily Monday McGaughy Stewart C. McLeod Christine Robertson Morenz Leslie Cannon Newcomer Lavannya Raman Pandit William C. Papadopoulos Samuel G. Pitts Giuseppe Santangelo Karen Hyman Schoellkopf Melissa Hawes Selcher Penn P. Shaper Eugene J. Silva II Amy Stuyck Watson Amy K. Werlin Benjamin H. Whitman Lindsey Greenfield Whitman William E. Withers Cynthia Shapiro Zabel Class of ’93 32% John C. Allen Jr. Hattie Parker Ball Beverly F. Barrett Melanie Wilson Bates Courtney Dreyer Beauchamp Kimberly Harvin Bryant Wendie Seale Childress Lauren Dunwoody Collins Leighton Dancy Mark J. Dannenbaum, M.D. Cullen Geiselman Ryan Gordon Ashley Morgan Hanna Shannon Gregg Hillegeist Brett W. Hogan Leslie Ballard Hull Michael A. Josephson Kimberly Massingill Klevenhagen Katina Dale Mathews Brian W. McMackin Rain Minns Mary H. Pappas Hannah Brook Peskin Kate Lovett Searls Alexandra Smoots-Hogan James T. Thompson Stephanie Kann Tobor Carrie Paulus Vallone Leslie Woods Class of ’94 44% Mark Adam David F. Bain Allyson Sikes Bartlett Charles F. Chambers IV David M. Crosswell Jr. Courtney Domercq Daily Demetri Dale Eleonore Bullard Essalih Stephanie Friedman Evans Brooke Herzstein Feather Daniel Ferber Jamie Komiss Fishman George S. Gayle IV Douglas B. George Russell R. Hamman John Harper III Christine Lawhon James Elizabeth Sheedy Johnson Mohammed A. Lakhani Robert J. Lingle II Meg Malone Wells McGee Paul S. Milton Michael S. Minns Dabney Moriniere Moxham Rebecca North Kenny O’Donnell Evelyn H. Pappas Joslyn Welch Paris Katharine McFall Perrow Monica Pizana William K. Robertson Michael Sela Benjamin M. Smith Kathryn Wimberly Spinelli Leslie Ladin Strauss Robert B. Vermillion Amy Heatherly Walton Brent C. Wise Ashley Baxter Zickefoose Class of ’95 38% Robin Lewis Baker Deborah Vest Brown Wil C. Brown Stephen Burnazian Brian Cannon Brett M. Chiles Stayton L. Creech Brooke Dawson Jason P. Dillee Leisa Ladin Dillon Brian L. Dinerstein Jeff S. Dinerstein Marilyn Bloss Fontana Kathleen Dunwoody Graf Stephanie Schulz Green Brent Greenfield Mary McFall Groves Donley McGuirt Hicks Lindsay Wadler Hyman Justin C. Lake Robert A. Lemus Kathryn McCarter Kelly Russell McWherter James S. Milton Mark Murray Callie Parker Ashley Browning Pfiester Stuart Pielop Macari Coleman Potter Mary Sommers Burger Pyne Arif Rahman Meredith M. Riddle Brian T. Ross John J. Russell Anya Milstein Scheflan Patrick Thomas Kate Marinis Walters Christopher D. White Megan Metcalf Williams Forrest Wynn Hope Morales Young Jeff Zarr Class of ’96 36% Lisa Tapick Ansari Stacy Birdsell Brandt Bowden Erin Jones Brown Emily Mitchell Covey Cameron J. Cureton Jennifer Cunningham Desautels 72 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Lauren K. DiPaolo Canaan C. Factor Jason A. Goldstein Nelson Holm William P. Houstoun Kathleen Deaton Lalor Charles B. Lawrence Jr. Lewis A. Leavitt IV Catherine P. Lewis Bradley L. Morgan Lauren Roemer Morgan Alexis Lipshultz Moses R. Cullen Powell Michael M. Reader David M. Rench Beth Allen Rogers Brian J. Rosenthal Rohini Sahni Emily George Seiders Stephen W. Shapiro Brooke Hansen Spanos Robert L. Stillwell Jr. Mark R. Thiessen Anne Marie Vollero Thompson Mary Kristen Plumhoff Valentine David Werlin David R. Wise Philip B. Wise Taylor M. Wynn Class of ’97 41% Christina Wilson Altenau David Anders Clarke Anderson Tor Butterfield John D. Chaney II Jennifer Jodeit Daly Elizabeth Arnold Dennis Giovanna K. Desselle Ross Dinerstein Dan English Bethany Boyd Factor Kevin A. Frankel Kian Granmayeh William H. Harvin Lisa Leiman Hearn Caroline Forney Helander Daniel E. Jenkins IV Kristi Peterson Johnson Christopher Kayem Eric Ladin Erin Taylor Maggi Anish Mammen Tevin A. Marks Arif Mawji Bridget Murphy Nikodem David A. Ott Jr. Christopher Pappas Jonathan Plumhoff Robert Russell Carrie Geller Schein Lila Sharifian Patrick Sheedy Kai A. Stratmann Lauren Taft David Waldman Jaime A. Walker Timothy L. Woods Kathleen Young Zinn Class of ’98 38% Susan Allender Elizabeth Riddle Anders Joan Goldstein Aron Robert S. Bloss Jeb M. Bowden James R. Canion Leighton H. Carl Coley J. Cato Richard B. Colvin Jr. Alexander S. Curlet Kathryn Buza Davis Christian M. Easterling Charles E. Escher Elana Herman Evans Grayson L. Fitch Lindsay M. Green Margot Fried Hogan Meredith H. Hopson Charles R. Houssiere IV David B. Johnson Jr. Amit Kothari Christopher B. Kridel Matthew D. Lea Christopher J. Leavitt Alicia D. Lee Erika Palmer Mandel Angela North Marshall John D. McInnes Tobin S. O’Donnell Christina H. Pappas Lamar B. Roemer Jr. Gavin A. Roseman Colleen R. Sheedy Meredith Leachman Smith Kristin R. Turner William L. Waggener III Robert T. Wax Robert C. Wilson IV Class of ’99 38% Shadi Abedin Roseanna Baber-Hill Bart Barrett Nirav R. Batavia Elizabeth Wadler Bentley Clay Brollier William R. Brown III Sarah Jane Sengelmann Canion Edward M. Collie Sarah Lents Cyphers Kenady Davis Carolyn Martin Dodson Mary John Frank Scott A. Frankel Catherine A. Goble Matthew C. Gordon John A. Harvin Molly Brock Harvin James M. Hinton Jr. Alex Hochner III Alexander M. Jachmich Jason P. Kariel Stephanie E. Kinzel-Tapper Jeffrey A. Lee David G. Leiman Jonathan S. Leven Blair Richardson Loocke Steven E. Looke Benton F. Love III Elizabeth Evans Mann Courtney Wilson McGregor Kristin E. Meyer Richard E. Miller III Ashleigh E. Nankivell Joshua C. Nichols James C. Pappas Irby P. Rozelle Mark J. Schmulen Ashley D. Segal Christopher G. Shannon Bina M. Thakkar Alexander E. Whittington Jeffrey B. Wise Class of ’00 42% Estefania Palandjoglou Allen Matthew Brollier Jennifer Vosko Caughey Shaun-Elizabeth Hopson Dickerson Andrew DiPaolo Bevin Bering Dubrowski Elizabeth Williams Dwyer Spencer English Barton W. Fair David Fossas Michael E. Hanson Jr. Alyssa Gardner Kilpatrick John Labanowski Lauren Leavitt Lacey Liedtke Joseph Looke Christian Luening Kevin Madigan Charles F. Meyer Jr. Jessica Jones Meyer William D. Meyer Mayes Middleton Kathryn M. Miller Rebecca Kates Miller Lelia LaGrasse Nichols Carter A. Old Harris D. Pappas Murphey Harmon Sears Sarah Zeller Seelaus Eve W. Smith David Stocker Stacy Sweet Traci L. Thompson Amy Spalding Urquhart Robert M. Vineyard Kelly Walne William Weathers Shannon Feste Werme Class of ’01 22% Bruce R. Bilger Jr. Ben S. Brown Robin Lowe Clarkson Christopher R. Ebrahimi Alan J. Falik Daniel B. Fein John M. Forney Will Hedges Wilhelmina C. Hudson Barrell Barbour Jones Erin McGowan Katina C. Pappas Anna L. Pizana Katherine Tropoli Plumb Phillip G. Rapoport Mollie W. Schall Laura G. Sheedy Heather Lawrie Shepherd Cameron L. Simon Adam L. Tepper Justin M. van Keppel Virginia C. Walker Alyson A. Weaver David L. Wood Class of ’02 38% Catherine B. Bagby Royce W. Ballard David E. Barer Laura Mims Bender Myron G. Blalock IV Zachry G. Brown Ariana Nizza Chapman Andrea B. Cowsert Chelsea M. Cunningham Katherine J. Dickinson David M. Dunwoody Jr. Ryan T. Fontaine Perry G. Gagliardi Linda Gardner Paige A. Garrison Caroline Hemingway Harrell Catherine Williams Hedges Dylan Hogarty Isla McConn Jornayvaz Corrine J. Kendall Lawrence F. Labanowski Leslie Roemer Labanowski Alexandra R. Lasher Michelle Vosko Levin Taylor B. Liedtke Jacquelyne C. Maddox Parker U. Mears Robert W. Mears Lindsay Meyer Katherine Schafer Nesselt Kathryn O’Brien Perkins Corinne S. Pickett Elizabeth Love Ross Richard H. Sanborn Jessica Schreiber Solera Reid Springmeyer Maxwell L. Stubbs Nancy Franklin Verly Paul A. Weitz Alexandra E. West Katherine L. Wiggins Class of ’03 35% Kevin B. Alexander Arthur M. Barrett Caroline L. Baum William L. Beckworth Robert C. Campbell Jean Rose Clawater Cross Bradley E. Dinerstein Ellen E. English Will J. Evans Leslie A. Frankel Lisa M. Frankel Jarrett Golding Robert J. Gondo Shea M. Henry George A. Khachatryan Matthew Korhonen Rehman N. Kurji Alan Lowe Brian T. Massingill Helena Davis Mendez Scott P. Minett Amanda Mansell Morrow Mary C. Murtaugh Timothy E. Neuhaus Georgea C. Pappas Ashley Anderson Pettibon Allison A. Poarch Andrew M. Sarofim Andrew Sheedy Michael A. Short Claire K. Smyser Elizabeth H. Spradling Scotty Thompson Jr. Anne E. Tropoli Mary Beth Tyler Emily E. van Keppel Francisco J. Vargas Daniel Zeplain Class of ’04 25% Jordan P. Allison Trey Boyd Andrea Brown Brooks Pierce G. Bush Sarah E. Callaway Kirby O. Carlberg Cassie Detering Allison Monteith Evans Bailey Thomas Haidamous Charles Helms Jr. Anne S. Hoppe Emily J. Hoppe David M. Leonard Jr. John L. McConn IV Emily Mullins Caroline Negley Eleni H. Pappas Whitney E. Rape Nellie Hoppe Reed Brittany Sakowitz Eryn Schultz Tyler C. Scully Jason M. Tofsky Aaron Weil Nicole A. Weitz Maudie Werlin Mary Catherine White Class of ’05 27% Rahul Agrawal Elizabeth Pearson Bigelow Catherine Bradley Elizabeth Campbell Jaime F. Céspedes Andrew Chambers Catherine A. Clark Julia Coskey Courtland A. Crosswell George Doubleday Harris Fontaine Rebecca French John P. Howell Sarah Jane Jornayvaz Hayden Lasher William Lehner Abby Lestin Brent Lowry Jeffrey P. Morgan John R. Peden Haley Robinson 73 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT ALUMNI Anna Rogers Erica S. Roggen James Sanders Charles M. Simmons Julia Atnipp Stellar Jeffrey M. Tang Will Thanheiser James D. Thomson Lee E. Wooten Class of ’06 30% Mary H. Barbour Alix Baycroft Molly Bell Holly Blalock Jessica E. Bleyzer James H. Bookout Taylor Brown Katherine B. Burke Walker Cain III Mitchell Currie Katie Decker Ashley J. Ellerin Ashley Fondren Cartter Fontaine Andrew Gautier-Winther Margaret T. Giles Thomas Gray Thomas M. Holmes Shannon A. Keels Charles Labanowski Matthew Lents Andrew Levy Katie Mize Edward Moore Tom Pappas Kristin M. Pearson Joel Sandler Douglas W. Schnitzer Jr. Audrey Spalding Rana Taghdisi Keri Tiner Stephen Viviano David B. Wheless Jr. Virginia Simmons Williams Andrew Wright David Zummo Class of ’07 Erin Atmar Beckwith James W. Blaney Julia M. Lovett Georgiana C. Smyser Jennifer L. Van Keppel Class of ’09 William T. Baycroft Emily M. Sangalis Class of ’10 Christopher P. Alexander Lisa M. Pederson *Class of ’11 28% William R. Arcidiacono David B. Arnold Madeline M. Aruffo Benjamin C. Atnipp Robert C. Baldwin Nicholas G. Bayley Michael C. Burkard William S. Case Blake R. Chase Peter J. Clifton Nicole B. Daily Vivek Datla Nicholas B. DeArman Kaitlyn B. Drtil Megan O. Ebel Nicole J. Ellis Robert E. Finger Mary C. Fondren Harrison S. Hantel Laura K. Lachman Stephen M. Laswell Walter G. Mayfield Jr. Anita S. Naik Benjamin F. Pardee Isabel T. Ross Christine N. Sangalis Schuyler T. Sher Taylor L. Shingledecker Jessica C. Steinmetz Robert S. Thomson Schuyler A. Tilney Philip L. Turpin Sara Jane Wallace Merrick H. Wilson Glen Allen Wind Jr. Marshall B. Woodward Kathryn L. Younger Class of ’12 46% John A. Adkins Jr. Jarod K. Becker William I. Belt Erin M. Bleiweiss Allison A. Bolin Bradford D. Briscoe Franz H. Céspedes Campbell J. Cravens Katherine R. Dowdell Benjamin F. Dumas Rachel T. Feig Nathaniel B. Finger Mia L. Fredricks Nicole E. Frishberg Emily C. Gemp Kirby C. Gilbert Madeline C. Gould Caroline E. Gray Clayton L. Harrell Vincent R. Hash Katherine F. Heyne Rachel A. Ishmael Claire E. Jacobson Peter M. Kokernot Emily R. Lahourcade Robert H. Lartigue Ramille Law Connie C. Ma Blake W. Masterson Michael T. Mayfield Ryan T. McElvenny Katherine G. McMillan Jinal J. Mehta Anna A. Nichols Millie A. Nishikawa Surina A. Odhav John A. Ormiston Matthew R. Orr Wesley M. Patt Dabney C. Pierce Vinita Popat Anabelle L. Reade Jack W. Reid Jay P. Reynolds Duncan K. Robinson Stephanie A. Roff Adam J. Rubinsky Alexis J. Siegel Walker J. Spier Emeline H. Sprague Jacob T. Stubblefield Elizabeth S. Studlick Sarah May Thomas Thomas K. Towns Jr. Austin R. Tucker Sarah E. Tucker Caroline L. White Andrew S. Winters John S. Wombwell Meagan N. Zwahlen *The Class of 2011 is the first class asked during their senior year to make a five-year pledge. Children’s Theatre cast practicing for The Little Mermaid 74 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 FACULTY & STAFF Gifts from Kinkaid’s faculty and staff demonstrate their support of the School’s mission – a record 99% supported the Annual Fund this past year. We are pleased to list those who made gifts to the 2011-2012 Annual Fund. Kim Adkins Mike Akel Audrey Reynolds Alexander ’62 Jenine Alig Ziad Allan Alia Al-Mutawa Jeanne Alsup Enrique Ambrosio Clay Anderson III, Ph.D. ’83 Sharon Anderson Fred Angerstein Hallie Antweil Gloria Araiza Krista Babine Judy Baldwin Dorothy Barnes T.J. Bath Carol Baumgarth John Beckwith Jennifer Beitler Christina Bell Dan Bishop Emily Wynne Bolin ’82 Kelly Bolin Iris Bonet Craig Bowe Curt Brooks Dana Brown Mary Buettner Sarah Bunk Molly Burns Nadine Burton-Flanders Kaylan Caballero Deirdre Carr Linda Case Daniel Castro Felipe Castro Pat Kidson Cavanagh ’66 Kathaleen Chenoweth John Henry Childs Jenny Chiu Liz Clayton Sonia Clayton, Ph.D. Ann Cohen Everett Coleman Chelsea Collins Ken Conner Barbara Cooney Lara Cross Jennifer Crosthwait Arte Culver Lisa Curry Ted Curry Jina David Becky Davis Fiona de Young Joy Deshmukh Jane DiPaolo Robin Doran Jim Dunaway Patrick Durning, Ph.D. Nancy Eason Patty Edwards Melissa and Bobby Eggleston Fran Elin Tina Elkevizth Becky Elliott Tamasine Ellis Eric Emerson Stefanie Newton Esposito ’91 Geri Fabian Rhonda Fain Beth Fayard Roberta Feldman Casey Fleming Troy Flowers Ryan Fontaine ’02 Christa Forster John Friday Angie Gamez Gregorio Garcia Sergio Garcia Jeff Gessel Lindsay Giam Marysia Gillan Jay Glynn Joshua Godden John Gomes Jennifer Gould Sue Greene Mary Margaret Greer Keith Guehring Ron Gutowsky Shannon Hardie, Ph.D. Ed Harris, Ph.D., JD Matt Harris Shari Harris Tanya Harris Cordie Hayden Jennifer Haynes Andrew Herman Bonnie Hetrick Rhnee Hicks Molly Higby Stephen Hill Shari Hiltbrand Christina Hollie Elizabeth Holloway Cindy Holubec Maggie Honig James Houlihan, Ph.D. Kathy and Harlan Howe Josh Hudley Andrea Ibarra Benjamin Jacobo Angélique Jamail Annette Johnson Ed Jordan Alfredo Juarez Larry Kahn Heidi Kaim Jason Kariel ’99 Myron Karner Steve Kastner Jennifer Kehler Christina Kendrick Yasi Khosrowshahi Dennis Kliza Diana Kokernot Meredith Kottler Leslie Roemer Labanowski ’02 Maria Lacy Kate and Scott Lambert Vincent Lara Jamie Lee, Ph.D. Kathryn Leisz Karen Light Barbara Lingenfelder Susan Little Patrick Loach Laura Lomax-Bream Esteban Longoria Julio Lopez Torsten Louis Leslie Lovett Judann Luening Steve Maas Carole Magee Ken Malone Joanne Margraves Diane Marks Kris Marron Stacey Marshall Adriana Martinez Diana Martinez Jaclyn Martinson Ashley McCann-Hermis Carolyn McCarthy Daisy McCloud Dara McLurkin Garry McMillan Nancy McMillan Oscar Melara Karen Metclaf Brenda Meyer Linda Miller Michelle Miller Cheryl Mitchell Jenny and Tom Moore Priscilla Moore Kyle Morris Danielle Mossbarger Barbara Mueller Judy Muir Jane Murdock Dorian Myers JoAnna Semander Nicolaou ’84 Don North CeCelia O’Connell Marie O’Donnell Sheri Offenhauser Meighan O’Neill Diego Onuchic Christine Papadakes ’87 Jennifer Pardee Amy Parker Robert Parrish Patti Patyk Elizabeth Pearson-Bigelow ’05 Tom Peden Mily Perez Rene Perez Jennifer Peyton Georgia Piazza Peter Pickett Wilma Pitre Jamie and Jeremy Platt Ana Presas Lorena Ramon Warren Rawson, Ph.D. Shelly Read Ray Reason Sr. Sharon Reed Rey David Reyes Krissy Richmond Diane Roberts Debbie Robinson Haley Robinson ’05 Sandra Robison Beth Rodriguez Jimmy Roton Jr. Sharon Royall Patti Rutledge Charles B. Sanders Jr. ’54 Clayton Sanders Louise Sayuk Mariana Schneller Anne Schoenewolf Jonathan Schroeder Charlie Scott, Ph.D. Miriam Serrano Sue Silvey Dorothy Simons Nancy Simpson Laura Sinclair Laura Sliver Yolanda Soliz Barry Spiers Beth Stafford Cindy Stanley Debbie Stark Ruth Stubbs Anthony Suber Alexis Sutherland Mary Ellen Taylor Shannon Terrill Betsy Thompson Alexis Trevelise Marylu Trevino Cindy van Keppel Jenny van Keppel ’07 Meredith Van Ryder David Veselka Michael Vischak Katie Wagner Angela Wainright Clifton Walker Ellen Wallace Shelia Washington Jason Weaver Kate West Tom Wey Annie Wheless Byron Williams Jr. Richard Williams Jr. ’86 Corky Williamson Ashley Wright Vanessa Zamudio Christina Zeigler Jessica Zenker Scott Zimmerman 75 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT ENDOWED FUNDS Endowed funds provide the School with a steady flow of income in support of a variety of important programs. If you are interested in making a contribution to any of these funds or would like information on creating an endowment, please contact Tom Moore, Director of Advancement, (713) 243-5045 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. FACULTY AND DEPARTMENTAL ENDOWMENTS David M. Underwood ‘54 Distinguished Chair in Foreign Languages Established in 2001 by The Fondren Foundation to honor Fondren Foundation Trustee and Kinkaid Life Trustee David M. Underwood ‘54. This chair is currently held by French teacher Jane Murdock. The Brown Foundation Challenge Established in 1975 by The Brown Foundation to supply unrestricted funds to the School’s operating budget. (Gifts of $500,000 or more) The Ames Endowment for Faculty Enrichment Established in 1976 by Curt & Carol Ames, parents of Honey A. Ashworth ‘79 and Doug ‘92 and grandparents of Emily Ashworth ‘15, in support of faculty continuing education. The Clayton Endowment This endowment, established by Will Clayton, founding member of the Kinkaid Board of Trustees, was the first gift received by the newly established Endowment Fund Trust in 1958. West Endowment for Foreign Language Established in 1990 by The West Foundation and The J. M. West Texas Corporation to support the foreign language program. The Brown Endowment for English Studies Established in 1972 by The Brown Foundation to benefit the study of English and to underwrite the Brown Chair in English currently held by Kate Lambert, Chairman of the Kinkaid English Department. GIFTS OF DISTINCTION Columbiana Award for Teaching Excellence Established anonymously in 1983 to annually recognize excellence in teaching. (Gifts of $25,000 to $499,999) These gifts endow special educational programs. The Anderson Endowment Established in 1991 by Ben & Mary Greenwood Anderson ‘32 to aid ongoing educational programs. The Cooper Award Established in 2001 by Curtis & Kelly Kayem, parents of Robin K. Hancock ‘90, Stacey ‘93 and Chris Kayem ‘97, this award is given annually to a senior who best reflects the qualities of character Kinkaid has identified as central to its mission. John & Dorothy Cooper Arts Endowment Established in 1979 by the many Kinkaid friends of Mr. Cooper, former Kinkaid Headmaster, and his wife to endow the arts programs. The Anderson Endowment Established in 1975 by Life Trustee Bruce Anderson and his wife Jackie, parents of Karen A. Martin ‘68, Neal ‘70, Craig ‘72, Scott ‘76 and Kevin ‘80, and grandparents of Jacqueline Martin ‘03, Scooter ‘10 and Ellye Anderson ‘12, to aid ongoing educational programs. Cullen Endowment for Mathematics & Science Established in 1974 by The Cullen Foundation in support of mathematics and science programs. The Malcolm Cravens Mathematics Award Endowment Established in 1981 by Malcolm Cravens to annually recognize an outstanding mathematics student. Fondren Endowment for Foreign Language Established in 1990 by The Fondren Foundation in support of the foreign language department. The Anderson Endowment for Character Education Established in 2003 by the family and many friends of Life Trustee Bruce Anderson to support Kinkaid’s character education programs. Gail & Stan Creech Athletics Endowment Established in 2000 by Stan & Gail Creech, parents of Stayton ‘95 and Jason ‘96, to support the men’s athletics program. Fondren Endowment for History Studies Established in 1958 by The Fondren Foundation in support of Kinkaid’s history department. The Cullen Endowment for Operations & Maintenance Established in 1992 by The Cullen Foundation to help underwrite the costs of operating Kinkaid’s Middle School building. The M.D. Anderson Foundation Science Endowment Created in 2001 to assist Kinkaid in helping its students to discover and develop their scientific talents. The Monteleone Chair in Men’s Athletics Established in 2001 by Denise & William A. Monteleone, Jr., parents of Will ‘02, to endow the men’s athletics department. This chair is held by Director of Athletics, Physical Education and Wellness Bob Beeman. The Cullen Technology Endowment Established in 1999 by The Cullen Foundation to support Kinkaid’s initiative to stay abreast of technology updates. The Paul and Jean Barnhart Endowment Established in 2000 by Life Trustee Paul Barnhart, Sr., father of Irvin ‘61, Velda B. Evans ‘63, and Paul Barnhart, Jr. ‘70, and grandfather of Kelly ‘99 and Paul ‘02, to aid ongoing educational programs. The DeArman Technology Endowment Established in 1997 by William & Carol DeArman, parents of Nicholas ‘11, in support of technology. Parker Endowment for Mathematics Established by Foster & Mildred Parker and their sons, Robert ‘61 and Jeffry ‘62, in support of the mathematics program. The Paul and Karol Barnhart Endowment Established in 2000 by former Trustee Paul Barnhart, Jr., father of Kelly ‘99 and Paul ‘02, to aid ongoing educational programs. The John W. Elias Technology Endowment Established in 2000 by John Elias ‘58 to help Kinkaid stay abreast of the latest advances in educational and information technology. Abbott & Leslie Sprague Chair in Character Education & Community Service Established in 2001 by Abbott & Leslie Sprague, parents of Coco ‘07, Andrew ‘08, Emmy ‘12, Allison ‘14 and Phin ‘17, to underwrite a new position and a new chair for the teaching of Character Education throughout the School and the continuation of Kinkaid’s extensive community service program. The Mason Bashaw Student Life Council Endowment Established in 2007 by Mrs. Alice Evans Pratt ‘30, in honor of her great granddaughter Mason Bashaw ‘08, to support the Student Life Council, a group of selected senior students who serve as peer mentors to assist all incoming freshmen in adjusting to the increased opportunities, expectations and responsibilities as Upper School students. Barbara & Harold Falik Family Fund for Faculty Continuing Education Established in 2000 by the Harold Falik Family, James ‘67, Thomas ‘69, John ‘72 Falik and Cindy F. Kariel ‘74, and grandchildren Lisa F. Seigle ‘94, Brian Falik ‘97, Jason Kariel ‘99, Alan Falik ‘01, Melissa Kariel ‘02, Kevin Falik ‘04 and Eydie Falik ‘07, to support Kinkaid’s extensive program for faculty development and enrichment. 76 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 The Finger Endowment Established in 2000 by Jonathan ‘78 & Karen Finger, parents of Robert ‘11, Nathaniel ‘12 and Carson ‘15, to support general endowment needs. The Jacob Hershey Endowment for The Backyard Created in 2001 from the sale of a painting given to Kinkaid by Jake Hershey, this endowment underwrites programs utilizing Kinkaid’s Backyard Environmental Classroom. The Kinkaid Award for Volunteer Service Established in 2001 by Don & Diane Kendall, parents of CJ ‘02, this award is given annually to a student or students who have demonstrated extraordinary dedication to an organization in the Houston community. Dr. Gloria Fishman Faculty Continuing Education Endowment Established in 2007 to honor Lower School Principal Dr. Gloria Fishman on her retirement. The fund will perpetuate her commitment to educational excellence through expanding the School’s support of development and enrichment programs for Lower School faculty. The Jennifer Hicks Continuing Education Endowment Established in 1998 from donations made to the school in memory of Jennifer Hicks ‘98 to support an annual continuing education award to a Kinkaid faculty member. The Kinkaid Initiatives in Leadership Endowment Established in 2004 with proceeds from “A Conversation with the Bushes”, a fundraising event featuring the 41st President George Bush and his wife Barbara sharing memories and stories with the Kinkaid community. The fund supports initiatives in leadership including speakers, special assemblies and leadership training. The Fondren Technology Endowment Established in 1996 by The Fondren Foundation in support of technology. The Hobby Family Technology Endowment Established in 1997 by Hobby Family Foundation in support of Kinkaid’s technology programs. The John Fontaine Endowment for Children’s Theatre Established in 2001 by the family and many friends of John Fontaine ‘02, son of Nancy and Jack Fontaine, who was a vibrant member of the School’s initial Children’s Theatre troupe. The Oveta Culp Hobby Endowment for Faculty Continuing Education Established in 1995 to support the continuing education endeavors of the Kinkaid faculty and staff. The Ladin Endowment for the Teaching of English Established in 1981 by Lee & Sidney Ladin, parents of Phillip ‘64 and Ronald ‘67, grandparents of Kris Yellen ‘83, Missy Y. Krantz ‘84, Brian Ladin ‘91, Leisa Ladin ‘95, Leslie L. Strauss ‘94, and Eric Ladin ‘97, and great-grandchildren Ben ‘14 and Sydney Krantz ‘16, Lexie ‘21 and Ladin Strauss ‘24 and Samantha ‘23 and Cameron Dillon ‘26, to underwrite English faculty salaries. The Friedkin Technology Endowment Established in 1997 by Dan & Debra Friedkin, parents of Danny ‘07, Ryan ‘08, Corbin ‘11 and Savannah ‘13, in support of technology. Hollo Family Endowment for Character Education Established in 2000 by Reuven Hollo and Tanya Malev Strum, parents of Michaela ‘09 and William ‘13, to support Kinkaid’s extensive program for faculty development and enrichment. The Greg Gephart Endowment for Faculty Continuing Education Established in 2000 in memory of beloved middle school teacher Greg Gephart by Frank & Judy Lee, parents of Grace ‘05, Parker ‘07 and Jay ‘10. This endowment was increased by a gift from Rick & Frances Hopper Jeter ‘74, parents of Emily Catherine ‘04 and Tany ‘07, and by many friends of Greg Gephart. Callie B. Law Award for Writing Established in 2007 by the friends and family of beloved English teacher Callie B. Law, this award is given annually to the student whose achievement in writing is judged by the English Department to reflect the highest levels of excellence. The Tany & Jack Hopper Fund Established in 2001 by The Hopper/James/ Jeter families in memory of their parents, Tany & Jack Hopper, to recognize excellence in the School’s staff. The Margaret H. Gillingham Fine Arts Fund Established in 2001 by William J. & Margaret H. Gillingham, parents of Susan G. Duke ‘63, and grandparents of Alan ‘96 and Krista Duke ‘99, to provide funding for Kinkaid’s fine arts program. The Huffman Technology Endowment Established in 1998 by James & Kathleen Huffman in support of technology programs. The Max R. & Mary Frances Lents Endowment for Faculty Continuing Education Established in 1996 in memory of Mary Lents by Life Trustee Max Lents, their daughter Ann Lents ‘67 and her husband J. David Heaney, and by special friends in support of the School’s faculty enrichment program. In 2000 upon the death of Max Lents, the fund became known as the Max R. & Mary Frances Lents Endowment. The Jamail Endowment for Faculty Continuing Education Established in 1997 by Kinkaid Trustee Lee & Joseph D. Jamail, parents of Dahr ‘71, Randall ‘75 and Rob ‘77, and grandparents of Lili ‘10 and Joe ‘12, to honor former Upper School Principal and English teacher J. Barry Moss. This endowment supports Kinkaid’s extensive faculty continuing education program. The William J. Gillingham Debate Fund Established in 2001 by William J. & Margaret H. Gillingham, parents of Susan G. Duke ‘63, and grandparents of Alan ‘96 and Krista Duke ‘99, to support the operation of Kinkaid’s debate program. The Liedtke Endowment Established in 1970 by Life Trustee J. Hugh & Betty Liedtke, parents of Karen L. Mark ‘66, Kristy Liedtke ‘69, Blake ‘74 and Katie L. Bade ‘80, and grandparents of Virginia Strickland ‘97, Lacey ‘00 and Taylor Liedtke ‘02, to aid ongoing educational programs. The Green Endowment Established in 2001 by Susie and Ira Green parents of Harris ‘13, Thomas ‘14 and Cole ‘16. The Ronald Raymond Johnson Photography Endowment Established in 1995 by the family and friends of Ronald Raymond Johnson ‘78 to support the school’s award-winning photography program. The Headmaster’s Endowment Fund Established in 2000 by The Zale Foundation, Amy & Wade Rosenberg and Bobbie & Leo Fields, parents and grandparents of Matthew ‘01, Ethan ‘02 and Betsy Rosenberg ‘05, for the Headmaster to make grants for special needs of the School. The Liedtke Endowment Established in 1970 by Bill & Bessie Liedtke, parents of William III ‘69, Laura L. Bucholz ‘71, Cadell ‘73 and Claire L. Alexander ‘76, to aid ongoing educational programs. The Kilroy Endowment Established in 1975 by William S. & Jeanie Kilroy, parents of Billy ‘86, to aid ongoing educational programs. The Herder Scientific Research Fund Established in 2005 by Carol and Charles Herder in honor of their children, Sarah ‘01 and Charles III ‘05, to promote independent scientific research by a Kinkaid student. The Kilroy Endowment for Information Technology William S. Kilroy and his family were the major supporters of computer education and computer technology at Kinkaid. In 1996, Mr. & Mrs. Kilroy created the Kilroy Technology Endowment as a matching gift to gain further support of Kinkaid’s technology programs. The Likover Endowment for Visiting Lower School Authors Established in 1994 by Dr. Larry & Bonnie Likover, parents of Clay ‘97 and Collin ‘14, in memory of Kyle Likover. This endowment brings visiting authors to the Lower School for a two-day visit. 77 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT ENDOWED FUNDS The Rosenfield Family Faculty Mentor Research Fund Established in 2009 by David B. Rosenfield, M.D. and his wife Maria, parents of Dylan ‘14 and Lillian ‘18, to support a faculty member who will mentor students interested in doing independent scientific research. The Jennie & Charles Simmons Summer Sabbatical Fund in Honor of John Germann Established in 2007 by Tom and Jan Simmons, parents of Jennie ‘03 and Charles ‘05, to honor Upper School History Teacher John Germann and to provide the opportunity for faculty members with an extended record of distinguished service to Kinkaid to take time in the summer to travel and pursue a special interest. The Tomlinson Endowment for Enrichment of Teaching Established in 1980 by former Kinkaid Trustee Prentis Tomlinson, father of Katherine T. Pennington ‘88, to aid faculty development. Robin & Alan Lowe Choir Endowment Established in 2000 by Gerald & Fran Lowe to honor their children, Robin ‘01 and Alan ‘03, both active participants in the Kinkaid Choir. The David & Pamela Ott Science & Technology Endowment Established in 2000 by Dr. David & Pam Ott, parents of David ‘97, and grandparents of Ellie Ott ‘26, to support science and technology programs. The Thorstenberg Technology Endowment Established in 1997 in memory of Louise & Russell Thorstenberg by Katy Archer Thorstenberg ‘69 & Russell Thorstenberg, Jr. ‘67, parents of Annette ‘00, Catherine ‘02 and Russell ‘04. The Lynhurst Foundation Endowment for the Backyard Established in 2002 in celebration and rememberance of John Fontaine ‘02, son of Nancy and Jack Fontaine, to support the school’s unique environment where our students observe and preserve nature. The James N. Papadopoulos Biology Endowment Established in 1992 by Dr. & Mrs. C. N. Papadopoulos, parents of Helena P. Johnson ‘82, Dean ‘83, Christina P. Papandreou ‘88 and William ‘92 and grandparents to Anna Maria ‘18 and Will Johnson ‘25 and Mary ‘25, Aphrodite ‘22 and Christos Papandreou ‘18, to bring renowned speakers to Kinkaid’s Upper School Biology Department. The Underwood Endowment Established in 1963 by Life Trustee David M. ‘54 & Lynda Underwood as a gift to the general endowment fund to underwrite educational programs. The McMinn Technology Endowment Established in 1998 by Bill & Nancy McMinn, grandparents of Brad ‘01 and Kate Beasley ‘05, in support of technology. The Underwood Technology Endowment Established in 1998 by Life Trustee David M. ‘54 & Lynda Underwood in support of Kinkaid’s technology program. The Meyer Endowment Established in 1992 by Life Trustee Randall & Barbara Meyer, parents of Warren ‘80, Gretchen M. Manias ‘81 and Kirsten M. Wrinkle ‘83, and grandparents of Andrew ‘13 and Hayden Manias ‘14, in support of general endowment. Papadopoulos Biology Endowment Established in 1997 by Dr. & Mrs. C. N. Papadopoulos, parents of Helena P. Johnson ‘82, Dean ‘83, Christina P. Papandreou ‘88 and William ‘92 and grandparents to Anna Maria ‘18 and Will Johnson ‘25, and Mary ‘25, Aphrodite ‘22 and Christos Papandreou ‘18, to underwrite special expenditures in the Biology Department. The Walter Endowment Established in 1975 by Liz & Joe Walter, Jr., parents of J. C. Walter III ‘76, and grandparents of Steven ‘99, Joe ‘00, Liz ‘02 and Caroline Looke ‘08, to aid ongoing educational programs. The Weiner Fellowship Program Established in 1986 by Leon & Sandra Weiner, parents of Rachel W. Davis ‘75, Andy ‘78 and Renee W. Lafair ‘85, and grandparents of David Warren ‘13, Daniel ‘14 and Michael Weiner ‘18, to create the Weiner Fellow Program that brings distinguished guests to Kinkaid’s Upper School. The J. Alec and Tara Mize Endowment Established in 2001 by Tara ‘82 and Alec Mize, parents of Katie ‘06 and Lexie ‘09, to support Kinkaid’s general endowment needs. The Reuben Littleton Philips Endowment Established in 1975 by Mrs. Rebecca Philips in memory of her husband, Ruben Littleton Philips, to support the position of a resource specialist. The Joseph Barry Moss & Gary Brent Moss Fellowship in the Humanities Established in 2004 by Barry Moss, former Upper School Principal and English teacher, to provide the opportunity for Kinkaid faculty members to enrich themselves in the formal study of the Humanities or in other directly related activities. The Poarch Family Endowment Established in 2001 by Don and Cindy Poarch, parents of Caroline ‘00 and Allison ‘03, to support Kinkaid’s general endowment needs. The Wells Endowment for Visiting Speakers Established in 1971 by former Trustee Damon Wells, Jr. ‘54 to bring outstanding speakers to Kinkaid’s Upper School as Damon Wells Fellows. The Robertson Endowment Established in 1990 by Beth Robertson ‘64, mother of Cullen ‘93 and Grover Geiselman ‘91, to support Kinkaid’s general endowment needs. The Barry Moss Distinguished Speaker Endowment Established in 2005 by gifts made in memory of Kinkaid’s beloved faculty member J. Barry Moss. The endowment supports an annual speaker series for students and the entire Kinkaid community. 78 The West Foundation Endowment for Character Education Established in 2004 by The West Endowment to support Kinkaid’s character education activities. The Robinson Technology Endowment Established in 2000 by Dan & Sharyn Robinson, parents of Elizabeth ‘07 and Emily ‘13, to support Kinkaid’s technology programs. ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 Ben & Doug Whitman Fund for Faculty Continuing Education Established in 1997 by the John B. Young Charitable Foundation in honor of Mr. Young’s grandsons, Doug ‘86 and Ben ‘92 and granddaughter Allison ‘25 to support Kinkaid’s extensive program for faculty development and enrichment. The Susan & Peter Bowers Scholarship Established in 1976 by The Rike Family Foundation. The Jerry & Nanette Finger Foundation/ Finger Brothers Scholarship Established in 1976 by Marvy Finger, father of Edward ‘96; Ronnie Finger, father of Cristina S. Buaas ‘83; and Jerry Finger, father of Richard ‘74, Jon ‘78 and Walter ‘78, and grandfather of Evans ‘07, Kerbey ‘09, Robert ‘11, Nathaniel ‘12, Carson ‘15 and Ava ‘18. The Katie and A.J. Brass Scholarship Established in 2008 by Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Brass in honor of their son A.J., daughter-inlaw Katie ‘90, granddaughters Hallie ‘22 and Joycie ‘23. LEADERSHIP SCHOLARSHIPS The Bright Star Scholarship Established in 1976 by The Bright Star Foundation, Inc. The Ray C. Fish Scholarship Established in 1975 by the Ray C. Fish Foundation. These scholarships are awarded every four years to an incoming ninth or tenth grade student with leadership potential and financial need. These scholarships, which will follow the student through his or her career in Upper School, fund tuition and also provide support for other activities intended to help the student build the habits of a successful leader. The Mayfield Leadership Scholarship Established in 2007 by Jack and Susan Mayfield, and Tad ‘81 and Sheila Mayfield, parents of Walt ‘11 and Mike ‘12. The Broussard Family Scholarship Established in 2004, by Mary Charlotte Broussard, mother of Robert ‘90 and Charlotte ‘93. The John Fontaine Scholarship Established in 2001 in memory of John Fontaine, member of the class of 2002, by his grandparents Mr. & Mrs. R. B. Davenport to underwrite a full scholarship for a deserving Upper School student. The Butler Foundation Scholarship Established in 1992 by The George & Anne Butler Foundation. The Ford Foundation Scholarship Established in 1992 by the Edward E. Ford Foundation of Washington, D.C. The Class of ’68 Scholarship Established in 2008 by the Class of 1968 to commemorate its 40th Reunion. The John Germann Scholarship Established in 2010 to honor Mr. Germann, Kinkaid’s former History Department chair and teacher, on his retirement after 44 years at Kinkaid. The C.N. and Maria Papadopoulos Leadership Scholarship Established in 2008 by The C.N. and Maria Papadopoulos Charitable Foundation in honor of Mrs. Maria Papadopoulos and her late husband Dr. C.N. “Gus” Papadopoulos. The Papadopoulos family includes Helena Johnson ‘82, Dean ‘83, Tina Papandreou ‘88 and William ‘92, and grandchildren Anna Maria ‘18 and Will Johnson ‘25, and Mary ‘25, Aphrodite ‘22 and Christos Papandreou ‘18. The John & Dorothy Cooper Scholarship Established in 1980 by Trustee Emeritus J. B. “Bubba” & Shirley Coskey, parents of Jay ‘76 and Shari ‘79, and grandparents of Julia ‘05 and Andrew ‘07. This gift established the Cooper Award which gives a full year’s tuition to a meritorious senior student. The Glassell Scholarship Established in 1976 by Clare A. and former Trustee Alfred Glassell, Jr. The C.A. Coskey Sr. Scholarship Established in 1980 by Trustee Emeritus J. B. “Bubba” & Shirley Coskey, parents of Jay ‘76 and Shari ‘79, and grandparents of Julia ‘05 and Andrew ‘07, in honor of Mr. Coskey’s father. The scholarship gives a full year’s tuition to a meritorious senior student. The Arthur E. Goddard Scholarship Established in 2004 by Mrs. Ruth Goddard and David Goddard in memory of Arthur E. Goddard, former Middle School principal and History teacher. The Simmons Leadership Scholarship Established in 2006 by L.E. and Ginny Simmons, parents of Virginia ‘06 and William ‘07. The Goodman Family Scholarship Established in 2006 by David and Stephanie Goodman, parents of William, a former Kinkaid student. The Philip Stephenson Foundation Leadership Scholarship Established in 2008 by Philip ‘83 and Charles Stephenson ‘85. The Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Coskey Scholarship Established in 2001 by Trustee Emeritus J. B. “Bubba” & Shirley Coskey, parents of Jay ‘76 and Shari ‘79, and grandparents of Julia ‘05 and Andrew ’07. The Greenwood Scholarship Established in 1977 by Gary Owen Greenwood ‘65. ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS Named for gifts of $25,000 or more to provide financial assistance to deserving students who would otherwise not be able to attend the school. The Ames Scholarship Established in 1976 by Curt & Carole Ames, parents of Honey A. Ashworth ‘79 and Doug ‘92 and grandparents of Emily Ashworth ‘15. The Claud B. Hamill Scholarship Established in 1970 by former Kinkaid Trustee Claud & Marie Hamill. The Cullen Scholarship Established in 1974 by Harry ‘55 & Rose Cullen, parents of Kathy C. McCord ‘79 and Harry Cullen, Jr. ‘78. The Virginia Lyon Hedrick Scholarship Established in 1976 by James E. Lyon, father of Dana Lyon ‘73, Melissa L. Johnson ‘74 and Jennifer Lyon ‘77, in memory of his mother. The Daniel Scholarship Established in 2009 by Steve and Pam Daniel, parents of Taylor ‘14 and Morgan ‘16. The Barnhart Scholarship Established in 1973 by Life Trustee Paul Barnhart, Sr., father of Irvin ‘61, Velda B. Evans ‘63, and Paul Barnhart, Jr. ‘70, and grandfather of Kelly ‘99 and Paul Barnhart ‘02. The Dunn Scholarship Established in 2008 by Steven H. Dunn, M.D. ‘77, his wife Melynda, and his parents Ralph Dunn, M.D. and Judge Camille Dunn. The Steven Hetrick Interim Term Scholarship Established in 2001 in memory of Steven Hetrick, son of Bonnie and Terry Hetrick, for deserving students who would otherwise not have the opportunity to take full advantage of Interim Term. The Barr Family Scholarship Established in 2009 by Mr. and Mrs. John H. Barr, Jr. parents of Hanson ‘16 and Warren ‘18. The Fabacher Scholarship Established in 2000 by Michael & Mary Helen Fabacher. The Hoglund Foundation Scholarship Established in 2006 by The Hoglund Foundation. The Biggs Scholarship Established in 1976 by Tom & Adelaide Biggs, parents of Adelaide Andrews ‘81, Tom Biggs ‘81 & Anne Hereford ‘85. The Fant Scholarship Established by Eugene & Fay Fant, parents of Richard ‘79 and Gina Fant ‘80. The Horton Scholarship Established by 2001 by the estate of George F. Horton. 79 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT ENDOWED FUNDS The Hurwitz Scholarship Established in 2000 by Charles & Barbara Hurwitz, parents of David ‘86 and grandparents of Scott ‘15. The Little Scholarship Established in 2009 by Chris ‘59 and Betsy Little. The New Orleans Scholarship Established in 2006 by New Orleans’ families whose students were relocated to Kinkaid after Hurricane Katrina. The Thomas P. Jacomini Jr. Family Scholarship Established in 2008 by the family and friends of Thomas P. Jacomini Jr. ‘85, his wife Susie, and their children Thomas ‘19 and Vivi ‘21. The Long Scholarship Established in 1977 by Meredith and Cornelia Long, parents of Meredith Long ‘71, Nina O’Leary Zilkha, Alisa O’Leary, Cavanaugh O’Leary ‘76, Gretchen Long Jameson, Martha Long Lipsitz and grandparents of Kelly Jameson ‘10. The Don and Elaine North Scholarship Established in 2002 by Kinkaid trustees and friends of Kinkaid’s fourth Headmaster, Donald C. North, in memory of his parents, Don and Elaine North. The Jamail Scholarship Established in 1991 by Trustee Lee & Joseph D. Jamail, parents of Dahr ‘71, Randall ‘75 and Rob ‘77 and grandparents of Lili ‘10 and Joe Jamail ‘12. The Martel Scholarship Established in 1998 by The Marian and Speros Martel Foundation for need-based financial aid. The Ralph S. O’Connor Scholarship Established in 1999 by former trustee Ralph S. O’Connor. The Jameson Scholarship Established in 2004 by Peter & Gretchen Jameson, parents of Kelly Grace Jameson ‘10, in memory of Robert D. Jameson Jr. ‘68. The Robert Morris McDannald Scholarship Established in 1974 in memory of Robert M. McDannald by his wife Mrs. R. M. McDannald, mother of Mary Sue M. Carlson ‘60 and Monty McDannald ‘62, grandmother of David ‘90, Mark ‘93 and Paul McDannald ‘95. The Ogilvie Family Scholarship Established in 2008 by Kinkaid Trustee E. Staman Ogilvie and wife Beverly and sons Brian ‘00 and Ben ‘02. The Pakzaban Scholarship Established in 2008 by Peyman Pakzaban, M.D. and his wife Debbie, parents of Ashley ‘17 and Lexy ‘21. The Willard and Ruth Johnson Foundation Scholarship Established in 2008 by The Willard and Ruth Johnson Foundation and Todd ‘85 and Paige Johnson, parents of Wells ‘12, John David ‘14, Pierce ‘17, Hill ‘18 and Blake ‘22. The Garry McMillan Scholarship Established in 2007 by former players, friends and colleagues of retired football coach Garry McMillan. This need-based scholarship is awarded to an Upper School grade boy who embodies Coach McMillan’s special qualities of character and commitment to the School and to athletics. The Kathy & Clay Parker/Grady Lee Scholarship Established in 2000 by Clay ‘65 & Kathy Sabom Parker ‘65 and Grady Lee ‘89 to underwrite a full scholarship for a deserving Upper School student. The Kinkaid Scholarship Established in 1991 by Mrs. Barbara Kinkaid. The Margaret Kinkaid Scholarship Established in 1985 by Special Friends. The Mentz Scholarship Established in 2000 by Dr. Henry and Paula Mentz, parents of Henry ‘11, James ‘13 and Philip ‘17. The Rehmatulla Scholarship Established in 2009 by Omar and Sabiha, parents of Aziza ‘13 and Omar ‘16. The Michael & Lucy Kuhn Scholarship Established in 2005 by Michael Kuhn ‘68 and his wife Lucy. The Richey Scholarship Established in 2009 by Al and Jackie Richey, parents of Sam ‘17 and Claire ‘20. The Lanier Scholarship Established in 1981 Bob Lanier and Elizabeth Lanier, parents of Holly ‘78 & Gus ‘80. The Metts Family Scholarship Established in 2007 to assist underserved students by Houston Endowment Inc. in honor of Harold Metts, one of its former directors, and grandfather of Erin Howell ‘09 and Meagan Howell ‘11. The Barbara and Corbin J. Robertson, Jr. Scholarships Established in 2008 by Kinkaid Trustee Corbin J. Robertson, Jr. and wife Barbara Moses Robertson ‘65, parents of Corbin J. Robertson III ‘89, Christine Robertson Morenz ‘92 and William K. Robertson ‘94, and grandparents of Bradyn ‘21, Hunter ‘23 and Gayle Robertson ‘25. The Rolanette and Berdon Lawrence Scholarship Established in 2008 by Berdon and Rolanette Lawrence, parents of Heather Mitchell, Mark, and Charles ‘96, grandparents of John Berdon ‘14, Elizabeth ‘17 and William Mitchell ‘26, Collin ‘18, Eliza ‘20 and Harrison Lawrence ‘22 and uncle/aunt of Patricia and Kurt Goeringer and their children Madi ‘13 and Alex ‘16. The Miller Family Scholarship Established in 2007 by Mary Catherine Miller, mother of Kendall ‘83. The Montgomery Scholarship Established in 2009 by Bill and Kelly Montgomery, parents of William ‘11 and Caroline ‘12. The Mickey Saltman Scholarship Established in 2010 to honor former Upper School principal Mickey Saltman. The David Warren Leatherbury Scholarship Established in 2003 by the family of David Warren Leatherbury, uncle of David Anders ‘97. The Mosbacher Scholarship Established in 1974 by Mr. Robert A. Mosbacher, father of Diane ‘67 and Lisa M. Mears ‘75, grandfather of Parker Mears ‘02, Whitney Mears ‘02 and Bayly Mears ‘10. The Charles B. Sanders Jr. Scholarship Established with proceeds from the 2010 Kinkaid Auction to honor Kinkaid alum and long time coach/staff member Charlie Sanders ‘54. The Lents Scholarship Established in 1973 by Max & Mary Lents. The R. Eddie Leonard Scholarship Established in 2005 by the family and many friends of beloved Kinkaid employee Eddie Leonard. The Moses Scholarship Established in 1977 by Lanny Mecom ‘61 and Robert Moses. The Louisa Stude Sarofim Foundation Scholarship Established in 2005 by the Louisa Stude Sarofim Foundation. The Barry Moss Scholarship Established in 2000 by Cathy and Ed Frank ‘68, parents of Mary John ‘99, Louise ‘01 and Catherine ‘12, in honor of former Upper School Principal and English Teacher J. Barry Moss. The Saunders Scholarship Established in 1973 by Mr. J. B. Saunders Sr. ‘58. The Mark Lester Scholarship Established in 1964 in memory of Mark Lester ‘66 by his parents Mr. & Mrs. Earl Lester, Jr. The Elena Semander Scholarship for Art and Athletics Established in 1982 by the Semander family and friends in memory of Elena Semander ’79. This award is presented annually to a senior girl who excels in the arts and athletics and possesses the character traits of Elena Semander. The Joan Schnitzer Levy Scholarship Established in 2002 by Joan Schnitzer Levy, mother of Kenneth ‘72 and Douglas ‘74 and grandmother of Douglas ‘06, Jonathan ‘09, Robert ‘17 and Stephen ‘19. The Paul B. Murphy Jr. Family Scholarship Established in 2007 by Kinkaid Trustee Paul B. Murphy Jr., father of Catherine ‘07, Trey ‘11 and Robert ‘14. 80 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 The Zack Semander Scholarship Established in 1996 by the Kinkaid Alumni Association to create a need-based alumni scholarship for a deserving upper school student. The Endowment is funded by the proceeds of the Zack Semander Memorial Golf Tournament, named in memory of the former Kinkaid golf coach. The Talbert Scholarship Established in 2011 by Laura and Winston Talbert parents of Caroline ‘14 and Emily ‘17. The Waite Scholarship Established in 2009 by Andy and AnnaLee Waite, parents of Henry ‘12 and Oliver ‘17. The Jane Hyer Tallichet Scholarship Established in 1968 by Mrs. Greer Marechal. The Tom Wey Scholarship Established in 2008 with funds from the annual Zack Semander Memorial Golf Tournament to honor long time coach and faculty member Tom Wey. The Patrick F. Taylor Scholarship Established in 2010 by The Patrick F. Taylor Foundation to honor Mr. Taylor ‘55, one of the first financial aid recipients at Kinkaid, and a strong supporter of financial aid for deserving students nationwide. The Raj Shah Scholarship Established in 2001 by Dr. Usha Shah & Rohit Shah ‘95 and friends of Raj Shah in his memory to underwrite a full scholarship for a deserving upper school student. The Woodson Scholarship Established by Jim & Vicki Woodson, parents of Gunter ‘89 and Kirby ‘91. The Shaper Family Scholarship Established in 2007 by Mr. and Mrs. Steve Shaper parents of Park ‘86, Penn ‘92 and Peter Shaper ’84, and Page Shaper Haun ’88 and grandparents of Lovett ‘15, Nell ‘17, Jake ‘17, Jeffers ‘19, Riley ‘19, Ben ‘22, Kee ‘22, and Lainey Shaper ’24. The Taylor Scholarship Established in 2005 by Ryan P. Taylor ‘94. The Tomlinson Scholarship Established in 1977 by Prentis Tomlinson, father of Katherine T. Pennington ‘88. ENDOWMENTS ESTABLISHED IN 2011-2012 The Howe Scholarship Established in 2012 by Sue B. Howe and Thorndike D. Howe III ‘54. The Trammell Scholarship Established in 1974 by Tom & Carolyn Trammell, parents of Julia Trammell ‘86. The Shapiro Scholarship Established in 2000 by Marc J. ‘65 & Jeri Shapiro, parents of Cindy ‘92 and Stephen ‘96. The Lenny Fund Established in 2012 by the family and friends of Lenny Katz ‘84 to fund capital improvements for the Lenny C. Katz Performing Arts Center. W.A. & Madeline Smith Charitable Trust/ Weissenstein Scholarship Established in 2000 by the W.A. & Madeline Smith Charitable Trust and Robert E. Weissenstein, father of Josh ‘04 and Ben ‘08. The Katherine ’89 and Carlos Treistman Scholarship Established in 2008 by Katherine Ginzburg Treistman ‘89 and her husband Carlos, parents of Alexander ‘19 and Anthony ‘21. 81 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT GIFTS IN KIND Each year, Kinkaid is fortunate to have its various programs enriched by non-cash gifts of personal property. These gifts are items such as artwork, used computers or books for the libraries. Kinkaid thanks the following individuals and corporations that made gift in kind donations during the 2011-2012 school year. Mrs. Jenine A. Alig Mr. and Mrs. J. Alton Alsup Mr. and Mrs. David M. Bale Mr. and Mrs. Tino Bekhradi Mr. and Mrs. Craig Cavanagh Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cooper Mrs. Kelli L. Cravens Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. DeWalch Mrs. Jane DiPaolo and Mr. Jim Teague Mr. and Mrs. Dan Dukes Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Eason Ms. Fran G. Elin Mrs. Beth M. Fayard Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Finger Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Gay Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Green Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hart Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt L. Hogan Mrs. Elizabeth J. Holloway and Mr. Omar S. Torres Mr. and Mrs. Scot Ison Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jacobe Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Jacobe Mr. and Mrs. Friedhelm Luening Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Margraves III Mr. and Mrs. Jon R. Marinelli Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mayfield Mr. and Mrs. David W. McLeroy Mr. Stephen Pearlman and Ms. Marlene Morales Mr. and Mrs. James R. Pierce Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Schnitzer Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Schuenemann Mr. and Mrs. Ward Sheffield Mr. Barry L. Spiers Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Swanson Jr. Dr. Brian Van De Mark Mr. and Mrs. Tim Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Rex Whiteside Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Wind MATCHING ORGANIZATIONS Can your gift be double or tripled? There are a large number of companies and foundations that contribute money to independent day schools through their employee matching gift programs. The entities listed below have employees or directors who made gifts to The Kinkaid School and matched those gifts. Please check to see if your company has such a program that includes independent schools. Kinkaid would appreciate the “extra” gift. AIG AllianceBernstein American Express Charitable Fund Apache Corporation Baker Hughes Foundation Bank of America BP Foundation, Inc. Buckeye Pipe Line Co., L.P. Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation Capital One Bank ChevronTexaco Chubb & Son Clark Construction Group, LLC ConocoPhillips Cooper Industries Foundation D. Kent and Linda C. Anderson Foundation D.E. Shaw & Co. DCP Midstream Dresser-Rand Duke Energy Foundation El Paso Energy Foundation ExxonMobil Foundation Goldman Sachs & Co. Goodrich Petroleum Hess Companies Houston Endowment Inc. IBM Irving and Sara Selis Foundation, Inc. KBR Kinder Morgan MasterCard National Instruments Neiman Marcus Northwestern Mutual Pohlad Family Foundation Puffer-Sweiven LP SAP Shell Oil Company Foundation Spectra Energy The Brown Foundation, Inc. The Coca-Cola Company The Powell Foundation TransCanada UBS Wealth Management VMware, Inc. Wells Fargo Foundation MARGARET HUNTER KINKAID SOCIETY The Margaret Hunter Kinkaid Society honors those whose generosity indicates their commitment to Kinkaid’s future. Society members are those who have made a provision in their wills or estate plans to benefit Kinkaid and who inform the School of their commitment. These types of commitments include bequest intentions, charitable trusts, charitable gift annuities, gifts which provide a life income, gifts of real estate with retained use for life, gifts of life insurance benefits and other deferred gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Abraham Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Ames Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Anderson Mr. and Mrs. James V. Baird Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beeler Sr. Mrs. Betty Osborn Biedenharn Mr. and Mrs. L.D. Blackwell Mr. A.J. Carothers Mrs. Ray D. Cashman Pat Kidson Fogle Cavanagh Mr. Thomas C. Chmielewski Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Coskey Mr. Carey Crutcher Ms. Lisa Curry Dr. and Mrs. Steven H. Dunn Steve and Marie Evnochides Mr. Barton Walker Fair Mrs. Jean Garwood Mr. and Mrs. John Germann Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gillingham Mrs. Iris Goldston Mrs. Candi B. Harrison Joyce A. & Robert S. Hinds Trust Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Hogan Mr. Michael H. Hood Mr. George Horton Mr. and Mrs. George E. Howe Mrs. Rebecca Huff Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Jeter Mrs. Virginia Howe Kincaid Mrs. Barbara Kinkaid Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Lents Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Lester Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lloyd Mary Nell and Malcolm Lovett Mr. Al Lum & Mrs. Patricia Perry Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mayfield Mr. Robert A. Mosbacher Mr. J. Barry Moss Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Mullins Mr. and Mrs. Moe Nasr Mr. and Mrs. William Oehmig Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Christos Papandreou Mr. and Mrs. Foster Parker Dr. Elizabeth Gottlieb Pavel Mr. and Mrs. Edward Randall III Chester J. Reed Family Partnership Dr. Sandra D. Reed Dr. Dick Respess Mr. Don A. Sanders & Ms. Kathy Sanders Mr. J. B. Saunders Mr. and Mrs. Stacy A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. James G. Ulmer Ms. Reba Westbrook Mr. and Mrs. William M. Wheless III Mr. and Mrs. James P. Woodson Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zody If you have made a provision benefiting Kinkaid and you are not included in the list above, we hope that you will share these plans with us and become a member of the Margaret Hunter Kinkaid Society. If you are contemplating such a gift and need more information, please contact Director of Advancement Tom Moore at (713) 243-5045 or e-mail email@example.com, to discuss various gift planning opportunities. 82 ANNUAL REPO RT WINTER 2013 RESTRICTED GIFTS Kinkaid is most grateful for the generosity of donors who provided gifts for restricted programs, financial aid scholarships, activities and equipment outside of the School’s operating budget during the past fiscal year. This list does not include the hundreds of donors who provided support for Kinkaid’s special events or for the Tomorrow’s Promise Capital Campaign. Mr. Thomas C. Adams Jr. Mr. Jonathan Aills Mrs. Georgia Akers Mr. Jeffrey Allen Ms. Shayna S. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Arnold Ms. Jennifer Tuttle Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. Atnipp Ms. Lee Ann Badum Mr. and Mrs. James V. Baird Mr. and Mrs. David M. Bale Mrs. Ann Barb Mr. and Mrs. John H. Barr Jr. Mr. Kenneth E. Barrett Mrs. Janice H. Barrow Ruth and Ted Bauer Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William T. Baycroft Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Bayley Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Beeler Mr. and Mrs. Barry Beeson Drs. Eric Boerwinkle and Vicki Huff Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Bolin Mr. and Mrs. Mark Breeding Mr. and Mrs. Will Britt Craig and Galen Brown Foundation Dr. Frank Brown III Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Brown Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Burkard Mr. and Mrs. Worth Burke Jr. Mrs. Mary Louise Byrd Mr. and Mrs. William J. Campbell Mrs. Caryl Carothers CDG Architecture & Interior Design, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Neil A. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Frost W. Cochran Mrs. Mildred Cook Mrs. Maria Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Cronin Jr. Mr. Michael Crothers The Cullen Foundation Mr. David Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Deal Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Denton Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Detmering Mrs. Nancy Deyamert Mrs. Brooke Dunegan Mrs. Teri Dungan Dr. and Mrs. Steven H. Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Dyer Mr. John Echols Ms. Patty A. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Elias Mr. Sean Elliott and Mrs. Claudia Zapata-Elliott Mr. Ike Epley Dr. Wei-Tsuen Fang and Mrs. Dao Ly Dr. and Mrs. Barry W. Feig Jerry & Nanette Finger Foundation Mr. and Mrs. David B. Finkelstein Mr. and Mrs. George Fontaine Mr. and Mrs. John T. Fontaine Mr. and Mrs. Ronnel L. Fort Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Frank III Mr. and Mrs. Keith R. Fullenweider Mrs. Leslie Garcia Mr. and Mrs. John Germann Mr. Mike Glisan and Mrs. Tracy G. Gilbert Glisan Mr. and Mrs. Graham W. Gilliam Mr. and Mrs. Leon Goldstein Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gould Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Gray Mr. and Mrs. Ira H. Green Mr. Reb Gregg Mr. and Mrs. John S. Gunn Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Hafner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Hahn Mr. and Mrs. George B. Hall Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanna Mrs. Carol M. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hartwell Mrs. Margaret Haverfield The Health Center Team Dr. Kristiann C. Heesch Mr. and Mrs. Randy Helms Mrs. Melisa B. Herring Mr. and Mrs. Terry G. Hetrick Mr. and Mrs. John Hill Mr. and Mrs. Gerald B. Hogan Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt L. Hogan Ms. Leslie V. Holland Mr. and Mrs. Thorndike D. Howe III Mr. and Mrs. G. John Hrncir Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph T. Hull Mr. Joseph C. Huston Dr. and Mrs. Nikhil V. Inamdar Mr. and Mrs. Edgardo V. Isidro Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Jacomini Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Amin R. Jamal Dr. and Mrs. James A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Johnson Mr. Randall T. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Scot W. Johnson Willard and Ruth Johnson Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bashar Kalai The Lenny C. Katz 1993 Trust Ms. Margaret Killinger Mrs. Jeanie Kilroy Mr. and Mrs. Kevin King Ms. Susan F. Knight Mr. and Mrs. Faustyn Knobloch Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Knudson Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Kuhn Mr. Reza Ladjevardian Mr. and Mrs. Ramy Law Mr. Sherman Law Mr. Earl L. Lester Jr. Mr. Christopher M. Little Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Little Mr. Todd Litton Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Lloveras Mr. and Mrs. William S. Locher Mrs. Monique Lung Dr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Markham Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Martin Mr. Will N. Mathis Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Mayfield Ms. Alanna R. McAuley Mr. Robert F. McBee Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Medcalf Mr. and Mrs. David J. Mendelow Ms. Kara M. Mings Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Mischer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Alec Mize Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Palmer Moldawer Mr. Michael T. Monk Mr. and Mrs.William C. Montgomery III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Shea B. Morenz Mr. and Mrs. Randall Morris Dr. and Mrs. James B. Moseley Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nicolaou Dr. and Mrs. Anil C. Odhav Mr. David P. Oelman Mr. Nathaniel J. Olsson Mrs. Catherine M. Oswalt Mr. R. Carter Overton III Ms. Ulrike A. Owens Mr. and Mrs. William H. Page Sr. Mrs. Tracy A. Painter Dr. and Mrs. Peyman Pakzaban Mrs. Maria Papadopoulos Mr. and Mrs. David Peden Mrs. Sarah H. Post Dr. Carter W. Quayle Dr. and Mrs. George P. Quirk Mrs. Patsy Read Mr. and Mrs. Corbin J. Robertson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Corbin J. Robertson III Ms. Julie J. Robertson Debbie and Rocky Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Bret D. Sanders Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Sangalis The Honorable and Mrs. Walter Schroeder Mrs. Mary Barbara Scott Mr. and Mrs. Morin M. Scott Jr. Mr. Deryl Seale Mr. and Mrs. Bjorn O. Sefeldt Ms. Harriett Semander Mr. John Z. Semander Dr. Usha Shah Mr. and Mrs. C. Park Shaper Mrs. Mary Sharrick Sheehy, Ware & Pappas, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheehy Ms. Roberta Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sher Mrs. Mary Sherwood Mr. and Mrs. Taylor A. Sherwood Mr. and Mrs. John Simon Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. Abbott Sprague Mr. and Mrs. Culver Stedman Mr. and Mrs. Rand D. Stephens Sterling-Turner Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Sullivan Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Susman Mr. and Mrs. Will Symmes Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tate Patrick F. Taylor Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Matthew A. Thanheiser Mr. Ping Tian and Dr. Dihua Yu Mrs. Sarah H. Tillery Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Tiner Town and Country Floral Mrs. Tighe Tucker Mr. William Turpin and Mrs. Ann Leavesley-Turpin Mr. and Mrs. James G. Ulmer Mr. and Mrs. David M. Underwood Mr. William L. Waggener III Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Wakefield Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Watson Weatherford International Mr. and Mrs. David M. Weekley Mr. and Mrs. Peter N. Wells Mr. Milton H. West III Mr. and Mrs. Clint S. Wetmore Dr. George Willeford Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson Mr. and Mrs. John F. Wombwell Mr. and Mrs. Loyd H. Wright 83 THE KINKAID SCHOOL ANNUAL REPO RT Annual Giving owes a large measure of its success to the tireless efforts of volunteers. From the Annual Fund Chair to the parent grade captains and alumni phonathon callers, Kinkaid is deeply grateful for the generosity of these many people who contribute their time to the School. ANNUAL FUND LEADERSHIP Trustee Chair J. Abbott Sprague PARENT VOLUNTEERS John Adkins Cynthia Adkins Kent Altsuler John Baerenstecher Lance Baird Bert Baker Georgia Baker Valli Balasubramanyam Noelle Barr John Barr Cissy Beeler Rick Beeler Melissa Bloome Monty Briscoe Robin Burke Gillette Burns Holden Burrow Prentiss Burt Earl Chase Evans Christ Patrick Clegg Chris Cone Sandie Cowan Mitch Cox Drew Cozby Mark Crosswell Pam Daniel Mickey Das Greg Davis David Denechaud Jill Deuster Brian Dinerstein Karl Drews Mike Dumas Mark Elias Cindy Farmer David Favaloro Laura Favaloro Daniel Ferber Julie Fikaris Tom Fitzpatrick Tommy Ford Michelle Fredericks Brent Fredericks Duke Gatlin Kurt Goeringer Patricia Goeringer Jason Goldstein Debbie Greenbaum Brian Grove Mark Hamilton James Hart Susan Heldebrand Wyatt Hogan Jill Holstead Natalie Horlock Karen Horne Shawn Hurwitz Ronald Joe Katherine Jones Carol Kassab David Kinder Marie Louise Kinder Martha Kirkwood JJ Klevenhagen Elizabeth Labanowski Lee Lahourcade Virginia Lahourcade Mark Lawrence MaeLissa Lipman Danny Markham Caroline Mitchell Brian Molin Jimmy Nakfoor John Nelson Edmond O’Suji David Oelman Bob Orkin Marc Oster Alexander Papandreou Bruce Phillips Jim Pierce Becky Pivec Kristin Poe Mike Poe Craig Ribbeck Rachel Ribbeck Dan Robinson Mark Rome Abrey Rubinsky David Searls Ward Sheffield Laura Sheffield Mark Sikes Colleen Smith Paul Stallings Culver Stedman David Stukalin Karen Susman Bruce Swanson Gigi Valera Bubba Vandiver Jeff Walker Alumni Chair Helena Papadopoulos Johnson ’82 Alumni Co-Chair Brad Morgan ’96 Grandparent Chairs Jean and Ronnie Ladin ’67 Parents of Alumni Chairs Susie and Jay Golding Thomas M. Simmons Chair, Board of Trustees Headmaster Donald C. North Faculty and Staff Representatives Clay Anderson ’83 Mary Margaret Greer Keith Guerhing Matt Harris Christina Kendrick Maria Lacy Jeremy Platt Alexis Sutherland *Names in bold are Grade Captains ALUMNI PHONATHON VOLUNTEERS: 2011-2012 1977 1982 Steve Dunn Annette Faubion Stephens Melisa Billingsly Herring Helena Papadopoulos Johnson 1989 Jason Peters Brandon Lobb Paul Romano Ellie Bullard Essalih Stephanie Friedman Evans Evy Pappas David Anders Christina Wilson Altenau 2001 1990 1995 1998 Peter Tropoli Palmer Letzerich Philip Peacock 1983 1991 Marc Oster Malek Boshali Charles Schwager Thad Davis Chad Wetmore Stewart Jones 1984 1987 1992 John Chapoton Elyse Spector Kalmans Mary Moreland Margaret Hatfield Totz Ashley Brunson Clark Christine Papadakes Leslie Cannon Newcomer Allison Speed Crosswell Lindsey Greenfield Whitman Kate Marinis Walters Mary McFall Groves Kelly Russell McWherter Mary Sommers Burger Pyne Hope Morales Young Meredith Riddle Monica Bailey Bickers Kathleen Dunwoddy Graf Brett Chiles Macari Coleman Potter Liz Riddle Anders Carson Wilson Jeb Bowden Lindsay Green Margot Fried Hogan Tobin O’Donnell Erika Mandel Palmer Yoav Kaufman Meredith Leachman Smith Mollie Schall Katherine Tropoli Plumb Cabell Walker 2005 Courtland Crosswell Charles Simmons Abby Lestin Jordan O’Connell 2002 Geer Blalock Lawrence Labanowski Isla McConn Jornayvaz Whitney Mears Parker Mears Ali West Montgomery Liz Mims Bender 2006 Holly Blalock Audrey Spalding Blair Burke Maggie Giles Taylor Brown 1999 2003 1996 1993 1988 Todd Litton Nick Neblett Chris Devlin Butler Hattie Parker Ashley Morgan Hanna Wendie Seale Childress Leslie Ballard Hull 1994 Taylor Wynn Erin Jones Brown Beth Allen Rogers Canaan Factor Brandt Bowden Brad Morgan David Werlin Matt Gordon Catherine Goble Liz Evans Mann Jeffrey Wise Bart Barrett 2000 Rob Vermillion Doug George Miller Crosswell 1997 Jennifer Jodeit Daly Daniel Jenkins Traci Thompson Lauren Leavitt Lacey Liedtke Shannon Feste Werme Brittany Hansen Cassin Rica Gardner Allison Poarch Max Barrett Tim Neuhaus Anne Tropoli Caroline Baum Daniel Zeplain Brad Dinerstein Andrew Sheedy 2004 Whitney Rape Anne Hoppe Nellie Hoppe Maudie Werlin Jordan Allison *Names in bold are Grade Captains 84 ANNUAL REPO RT WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award Winners GET READY TO BE TRANSPORTED BACK TO THE Distinguished Young Alumnus CEO of Living Spaces Furniture Distinguished Honorary Alumnus Director of Visual Arts & Photography and former English Teacher HEYDAY OF LAS VEGAS! Grover Geiselman ’91 David Veselka Distinguished Alumnus Professional screenwriter and accomplished musician, composer and cartoonist Robert Moreland ’83 THE KINKAID SCHOOL SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd 6:30 PM TO MIDNIGHT JOIN US AS TO HELP R AISE VALUABLE FUNDING FOR KINK AID SCHOL ARSHIPS, FACULT Y DE VELOPMENT, COMMUNIT Y OUTRE ACH AND THE L ATEST IN EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY AUC TION CHAIRS: Kelly Broesche • Gina L amme • Ellen Wagnon For more information, contact Georgia Piazza at 713-243-5078 or firstname.lastname@example.org. for the Distinguished Alumni Awards Program & Reception Friday, April 19th Please save the date Sporting Clays Benefit THE KINKAID SCHOOL 1 1 T H A N N U A L APRIL 19 & 20 ALUMNI REUNION WEEKEND Friday, April 5th Greater Houston Gun Club Noon – Lunch & Games 1:30 p.m. – Shoot Join alumni, parents and faculty in an afternoon filled with outdoor fun at this annual fund raising event. For additional information, please contact Georgia Piazza at email@example.com or 713-243-5078. NTH AN 2013 S AV E T H E D AT E •E LE VE NU A L• FR IDA Y, APRI L5 NON PROFIT ORG. U.S. POSTAGE PAID PERMIT NO. 3375 HOUSTON, TEXAS the kink aid school 201 Kinkaid School Drive Houston, TX 77024 Parents or Alumni: If this publication is addressed to your child who no longer maintains a permanent address at your home, please notify the Alumni Office of the new permanent mailing address. Be part of Kinkaidâ€™s first Join fellow adventurers on these fantastic travel opportunities THE CLASH OF THE BLUE AND THE GRAY Education Adventures for Alumni, Parents of Alumni, Grandparents and Friends! A CIVIL WAR HISTORY TOUR April 6 - 13 FROM THE WALLS OF TROY TO THE CANALS OF VENICE LANDMARKS OF MEDITERRANEAN CIVILIZATIONS September 12 - 23 Deadline for a deposit is February 28 For reservation information, contact Randy Ney or Lisa Daumann at 713-621-2233, firstname.lastname@example.org DEADLINES ARE APPROACHING Deadline for final payment has been extended to February 1 For reservation information, contact Jessica Sussman 212-784-0269, email@example.com Act quickly to secure your reservation. Download travel brochures at www.kinkaid.org/travel Both trips will be hosted by Retired Faculty John and Caro Ann Germann. Headmaster Don North and his wife Mary are planning to accompany the group on the Mediterranean Cruise.