Marylhurst Unlimited - Fall 2013
A magazine for Marylhurst alumni and friends.
unlimited fall 2013 In This Issue Terri Hopkins Retires from The Art Gym â€ƒ $100,000 Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund Challenge $1 Million Eichholz Foundation Challengeâ€ƒ 2012/2013 Honor Roll of Donors Marylhurst University Trustees Board Chair Andrew MacRitchie Secretary-Treasurer Xandra McKeown William Barr Ruth A. Beyer Scott Bolton ‘02 Eileen Brown, SNJM ‘55 Stephen Brown Mary Burke, SNJM ‘65 Larry N. Choruby Rebecca DeCesaro Roswitha Frawley, SNJM ‘68 Michelle Garcia Sylvia Giustina ‘56 Judie Hammerstad Jane M. Hibbard, SNJM ‘69 Greg Hogensen Diana Pierce Knox ‘73 Janina Kokorowski, SNJM Kirk Mouser ‘12 Cecilia Ranger, SNJM ‘55 Martin Ringle Sam W. Shoen Patricia Smith Kristin Stathis Chip Terhune Lynda Thompson, SNJM ‘65 Edward J. Vranizan Stephen P. Zimmer A letter from the Board of Trustees Dear Alumni and Friends of Marylhurst, As you may already know, Judith Johansen, who served as president at Marylhurst University since July 2008, has stepped down. Dr. Jerry E. Hudson, previously president of Willamette University, has been named interim president. We are very appreciative of Judi’s outstanding work these past five years. Marylhurst has grown and prospered under her leadership and we intend to build on the foundation that she established, which has set Marylhurst on a secure course for the future. Hudson served as president of Willamette University for 17 years and as executive vice president of the Collins Foundation for 11 years. He has also served as a director and member of the executive committee of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. He is immediate past board chair of the Oregon Historical Society and currently serves on the boards of The Library Foundation, Chalkboard Project and Japanese Garden Society. You can read more about Hudson on page 4. That an academic leader of Hudson’s stature and reputation would respond to our call speaks well of all that Marylhurst has accomplished in recent years. His appointment as interim president assures continued strong leadership at Marylhurst as we conduct a thorough and deliberate search for the university’s next permanent president. Please join us in thanking Judi for her dedication and service to Marylhurst and in welcoming Jerry to our community. Blessings, Andrew MacRitchie Chair, Marylhurst University Board of Trustees 2 | marylhurst.edu In This Issue On the Cover: Terri Hopkins, director and curator of The Art Gym, is pictured during the Bachelor of Fine Arts thesis exhibition in June 2013. She will retire in January 2014. To read more about Hopkins, see page 12. Office of University Advancement Marylhurst University 17600 Pacific Highway PO Box 261 Marylhurst, OR 97036-0261 Phone: 503.534.4059 Toll-free: 800.634.9982 Lynn E. Andrews, CFRE Vice President for University Advancement 503.699.6309 firstname.lastname@example.org Kelly Ann Chee Editor, Marylhurst Unlimited Alumni & Communications Program Manager 503.534.4059 email@example.com Pamela Clem Director of Advancement Communications & Grants 503.534.4074 firstname.lastname@example.org Sandy Pittenger Office & Donor Stewardship Manager 503.699.6251 email@example.com Fran Walsh ’00 Annual Giving Manager 503.699.6241 firstname.lastname@example.org Contributing Writers Kelly Ann Chee Pamela Clem Fran Walsh '00 8 18 20 4 Short Features In the News, $100,000 Challenge Grant, Reunion Weekend, 2013 Annual Dinner and more… 12 An Exercise in Creativity Terry Hopkins, co-founder and director/curator of The Art Gym, to retire after 35 years at Marylhurst 17 $1 Million Challenge Grant from the Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation Challenge is to endow the position of director/ curator of The Art Gym and Belluschi Pavilion 18 Alumni in Focus: Carl Maxwell, MBA ’13 MBA alum Carl Maxwell ’13 pursued his degree while his career took him far and wide 20 Class Notes Find out what our alumni are up to… 22 2012-2013 Honor Roll of Donors THANK YOU to the supporters of Marylhurst! Marylhurst Unlimited seeking submissions Do you create art or write poetry, prose or news stories? We are looking for YOU! Contact Kelly Ann Chee. Interested in receiving Marylhurst Unlimited electronically only? Contact Kelly Ann Chee. Want to receive the magazine electronically? Connect Online Visit www.marylhurst.edu/alumni Help us find “lost” alumni Do you know someone with whom the university has lost touch? Help us keep our database up to date. Contact Kelly Ann Chee. Marylhurst Unlimited | 3 in the news Welcome, Dr. Jerry E. Hudson years and then as executive vice president of the Collins Foundation for 11 years. He is immediate past board chair of the Oregon Historical Society, and currently serves on the boards of The Library Foundation, Chalkboard Project and Japanese Garden Society. He began his academic career as professor of history at Pepperdine University, where he became provost before accepting the presidency of Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. Later, during his tenure as president of Willamette University, he served as a director and member of the executive committee of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. Hudson has a B.A. in History from Lipscomb University in Nashville; M.A. and Ph.D. in American History from Tulane University in New Orleans; and Honorary Doctorates from Pepperdine University, Tokyo International University, Willamette University and University of Portland. "I come to Marylhurst with great enthusiasm," says Hudson. "As interim president, I plan to be fully engaged with campus, alumni and community matters as the Board of Trustees conducts its search for the next president. I hope to meet as many of you as possible in the next year." W e are delighted to welcome Dr. Jerry E. Hudson to Marylhurst as our interim president. He brings with him a wealth of experience in academia and philanthropy. Hudson served as president of Willamette University for 17 Marylhurst art alum Peter Qualliotine is planning a memorial for the victims of Seattle's Green River killer. The memorial will be the first of its kind. A story about the memorial was featured in the April 2013 issue of Seattle Magazine. Communication Studies alum Tony Coles '12 has been named senior vice president of programming for the west Coles region of Clear Channel Media and Entertainment. Coles began as an on-air personality in Columbus, Ohio, and shifted to management in 1991. He held a variety of programming positions in New York, Los Angeles and Seattle before being named regional vice president of programming for Clear Channel. Interdisciplinary studies alum Derek Neuts ’11 co-founded The Institute for Veteran Cultural Studies in Troutdale, Oregon. Neuts The Institute for Veteran Cultural Studies is a privately held provider of continuing education and professional development courses for those in the helping professions who work with military members, veterans, and their respective families. Interior Design students Abigail Marlatt and Katherine Park received top awards in a statewide student design competition sponsored by the International Interior Design Association and American Society of Interior Designers in May 2013. Education graduate student Daeh ChristensenCarney recently won two scholarships Christensen-Carney worth more than $10,000: the American Association of University Women’s (AAUW) National Educational Foundation Career Development Grant 20132014 and the AAUW Lake Oswego 4 | marylhurst.edu Branch Scholarship. She is the only Oregonian to win one of 65 national AAUW Career Development Grants for 2013-2014. Nationally, the AAUW has awarded $4.3 million in six grant categories this year. Dr. Susan Marcus, chair, MBA programs, spoke at a Portland Female Executives event at The Governor Marcus Hotel in June 2013. Her talk, Making the Most of the Life Cycle of You, shared insight into a “life cycle” that has been anything but traditional, with plenty of barriers, yet full of opportunity and achievement. Marylhurst faculty Stephan Belding, Libby Farr, Laura Hughes, Pamela Kaval, Petra Kern and Maya Story received grants from Marylhurst’s Fund for Faculty Teaching Excellence and Innovation. These grants will support innovative work in business, interior design, art, sustainability and music therapy. Bob Burke, faculty member in the Department of Culture & Media, was elected president of the North American Burke Association for Celtic Language Teachers at its annual meeting in May 2013. This year’s meeting was held at the Official Languages and Bilingualism Institute of The University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Canada. Norma Heyser Art Exhibitions Stephanie Robison ’00 was a featured artist at the Berkeley Art Center through August 2013. Joanne Kollman ’12 and her paintings were featured in the Spring 2013 issue of Central Catholic magazine. Norma Heyser ’80 was honored for her life’s contributions to the art world in June 2013 at the Hallie Ford Museum in Salem, Oregon. (See painting above) Nicole Waszak ’06’s first major solo exhibition opened at Distinction Gallery in San Diego in June 2013. Renée Zangara ’96 presented Ruralization, a solo exhibition of paintings, at Nine Gallery in downtown Portland. The exhibition opened in May and continued through June 2013. Rhonda Forsberg ’08’s new collection of photographs was displayed at the Art Café Hemmingway in Kapa’a, Kauai, in an exhibition titled Re:constructions. Program Accreditations • The Council for Interior Design Accreditation re-accredited the BFA in Interior Design program at Marylhurst University for a sixyear term effective March 2013. • The National Associations of Schools of Music (NASM) Commission on Accreditation voted to continue Marylhurst University’s accreditation in good standing at its June 2013 meeting, and the Bachelor of Arts in Music and the Bachelor of Music Therapy programs have been given final approval. The next review will occur in the 2020-2021 academic year. Marylhurst Unlimited | 5 $100,000 Challenge Grant from the Maybelle Clark Macdonald Foundation Challenge Grant to Benefit M.S. in Food Systems & Society Help us reach our goal by December 31, 2013! The Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund, a local private grant-making foundation that supports the good works of Oregonians and longtime supporter of Marylhurst, has issued a generous $100,000 challenge grant to raise funds for Marylhurst’s new Master of Science in Food Systems & Society program. This two-year, cohort-based degree focuses on educating future leaders who will create a healthy, just and sustainable food system. The Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund will match — dollar for dollar — your donation up to $10,000 when you designate your gift to the Master of Science in Food Systems & Society program. We are profoundly grateful for this match! To read a story that appeared in the spring issue of Marylhurst Unlimited about our new Master of Science in Food Systems & Society program and Patricia Allen, Ph.D., chair of the department of food systems & society, go to www.marylhurst. edu/munlimitedspring2013. You can help! We are already more than halfway to our goal. Join those who have risen to the challenge. You can help make it happen! Use the enclosed envelope or go to www.marylhurst.edu/give, go to GIVE NOW, choose “OTHER” and designate “FOOD” in the box that appears. 6 | marylhurst.edu 2013 Annual Dinner Nearly 250 attendees celebrated Marylhurst’s successes at our Annual Dinner in June. There was much to rejoice, including: 1) Our new Bachelor of Applied Science degree, which will allow those with an AA degree from a community college to matriculate to Marylhurst and, and with two more years of study, the ability to earn a four-year degree. 2) A $100,000 challenge grant from the Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund to support our new Master of Science in Food Systems & Society degree. The Annual Dinner is also a time for us to recognize individuals and organizations that have contributed to our success. We presented the Mother Flavia Dunn Award posthumously to Richard D. Alexander, a long-time member of our board of trustees. The award pays tribute to an individual who has given outstanding support and encouragement to the university and its educational mission. His wife, Carolyn Alexander, accepted the award. This year, we began a new tradition of recognition by honoring our Partners in Progress, organizations that have made outstanding contributions to our university and our students. They fund scholarships, provide internships, sponsor events and add to Marylhurst's lively, rich culture. The Bank of Oswego, which has long embraced our mission through shared advertising, sponsorship and most recently as a donor to the Belluschi Pavilion, was named our Community Partner. Pacific Power, which has supported Marylhurst for 30 years by helping fund scholarships, capital projects and sponsoring events, was named our Scholar Partner. Phonathons Keep Marylhurst Connected Did you get a call from a phonathoner this past year? We're happy to share that $23,000 was raised from nearly 400 generous donors! Many thanks to everyone who supported Marylhurst! A special thanks to the students and alumni who took time from their busy schedules to work the mini-phonathon held on campus last spring: Cyndi McKee, Shirley Wies, Debra Giannini ’09, Josephine Drain ‘53 and Linda Flynn ‘12. They helped raise nearly $4,000 for The Marylhurst Fund. We also thank Marylhurst faculty members who donated prizes for the best results among our talented callers, including Interior Design faculty member and owner of Blank Brand Bags, Matt Geiger, for donating a shoulder pack messenger bag valued at $250; and English Literature and Writing faculty members Jay Ponteri and Natalie Serber for each contributing a signed copy of their recent books, Jay’s Wedlocked, and Natalie’s Shout Her Lovely Name, which was featured in “O” Magazine. Phonathons allow us to stay in touch with our alumni and friends. When you get your call this fall, please take a moment to speak with the caller and give generously. Our students thank you! Marylhurst Unlimited | 7 Andie Petkus Photography Clockwise from left: Trustee Steve Zimmer & Carolyn Alexander, Bank of Oswego President Dan Heine & former Marylhurst President Judith Johansen, and Pacific Power executive and university trustee Scott Bolton '02 & Pacific Power employee Charlene King '12. E. L. Wiegand Hall Chapel Chair Campaign Thanks to generous funding from the E. L. Wiegand Foundation and a legacy gift from Father Henri Lacerte, OSB, a former Marylhurst chaplain and faculty member, E. L. Wiegand Hall Chapel has undergone a restoration that has beautified this loveliest of all campus spaces. A private prayer space and sacristy were constructed in the rear of the hall and the tiered seating has been removed, as have the twin staircases to access it. We have replaced the tiered seating with sleek ergonomic chairs that provide great flexibility in the ways they can be arranged. We are still raising funds to finish the renovation of this sacred space and are offering the opportunity to sponsor one of the new chairs at $500. Every sponsor will be recognized on a plaque to be displayed in the newly restored chapel. To sponsor a chair, please call 503.699.6251 or go to www.marylhurst.edu/give, go to GIVE NOW, choose “OTHER” and designate “CHAIR” in the box that appears. Alumna and 1893 Legacy Society Member Leaves Generous Estate Gift Adelina (Boitano) Paperini ’43 passed away on July 10, 2013 at age 90. Her love of Marylhurst spanned the decades and prompted her to remember the university in her estate plans. By doing so, she became a member of the 1893 Legacy Society. Thanks to a very generous legacy gift, a scholarship will be established in her name that will provide funding in perpetuity to future Marylhurst students. The child of Italian immigrant parents, Adelina was born in Portland and spoke only Italian until she started school. She graduated from Immaculata Academy in 1940 and then from Marylhurst in 1943, where she earned a teaching certificate. She began teaching immediately after graduation and went on to earn a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oregon in 1948. Adelina loved being a teacher and taught many grades in several schools in the Portland public school system. Though she and her late husband Santino never had children of their own, she could count hundreds of children whom she guided and mentored during her 42 years of teaching. Throughout her career and once retired, Adelina remained connected to her profession as a member of the NEA, OEA and the Oregon Retired Educator’s Association. She was also a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, the international society for key women educators. She and Santino both felt strongly that education must be supported, and they were generous donors to Marylhurst over the years. Thank you, Adelina, for remembering Marylhurst in your estate and helping make educational dreams come true for future generations. When you remember Marylhurst in your estate plan, you become a member of the 1893 Legacy Society. If you are considering a planned gift, Marylhurst offers a variety of free resources and expert planning Adelina Paperini assistance to alumni. You may also be interested in learning about a gift annuity that will benefit both you and Marylhurst. Gene Christian, our representative, is well versed in the technical aspects of retirement and estate planning. Whether your estate is large or small, he can help you. For more information, please contact 503.534.4059. 8 | marylhurst.edu Marylhurst University Alumni Association Update This is an exciting time for Marylhurst. We have many wonderful opportunities, such as the two challenge grants supporting new initiatives and programs you will read about in this issue. And, like many other colleges and universities, we face challenges, including keeping tuition affordable and making sure that alumni remain connected through interesting activities and valuable services offered. Our alumni population is ever-growing and evolving, and with alumni of all ages who have different needs and wishes, a restructure of our alumni association will help us to better serve you. The committee, made up of alumni from a wide range of graduation years and degrees, including online, has met over the last year to begin defining roles and responsibilities of alumni leadership council members. We found that alumni want to have a greater voice in areas that will benefit them, such as career services and opportunities for networking, continuing education, social events and leadership opportunities. The committee has implemented improvements to make sure that we are answering alumni needs. During our meetings, we determined that we needed to be more aware of the alumnae who graduated in 1974 and before, when Marylhurst College served women. We also know that graduates after 1974 had a different experience at Marylhurst, including those who received online degrees and may never have stepped foot on our beautiful campus until graduation or ever. Therefore, we are working on ways to connect all Marylhurst graduates in the ways that they find most beneficial and engaging. This will be one of the first priorities of the new alumni leadership council. As always, we welcome your feedback. Watch for an alumni survey to come your way this fall. You can also reach us at Alumni Relations at 503.534.4059 or email@example.com. We will inform you of the new leadership structure and alumni leadership council members in December. Class of 2013: Join me in creating a legacy! As honorary chair of the 2013 Graduation Class Gift Campaign, I invite all my fellow graduates to join me in creating a lasting legacy of our time at Marylhurst by making a donation in the name of the Class of 2013. Why is it important to support the Graduate Class Gift Campaign? Did you know that tuition only covers 80% of the true cost of a Marylhurst degree? The gap is closed by generous alumni and friends who believe in the value of a Marylhurst education. Gifts to Marylhurst help keep tuition costs low and provide funding for scholarships, classroom upgrades and a wide range of student services. I encourage you to honor your education while helping others benefit from a Marylhurst education by donating to the 2013 Graduation Class Gift Campaign. When you do, you will help others benefit from a Marylhurst education in the same way that we did. All donations and pledges received by December 31 will be prominently recognized in the Spring 2014 issue of Marylhurst Unlimited, and are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Thank you and best of luck to you! Honoring Achievement Graduation Class Giving Many thanks to our most recent graduates! The Class of 2011 raised a total of $3,980 and the Class of 2012 raised $503. The Class of 2013 has a goal of $1,000 for a new scholarship. For more information about graduation class giving, please contact Kelly Ann Chee, firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.534.4059. Tom Henderson â€™13 B.S., Real Estate Studies For more information, please contact Kelly Ann Chee, kachee@ marylhurst.edu or 503.534.4059 Marylhurst Unlimited | 9 The Marylhurst Fund sees 15% increase in giving over last year Thanks to the 923 donors who contributed to The Marylhurst Fund between July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2013, the university raised $535,000 in unrestricted funds for scholarships, student services and outreach, campus-wide historic preservation projects and other priorities. Like most private universities, Marylhurst relies on annual gifts to help enrich the learning environment. Support of The Marylhurst Fund not only makes a positive impact on the educational experience the university can offer students, it also helps keep tuition low. Every gift counts and is much appreciated. Make yours today. special events, such as an annual reception with the president, and are recognized in select university publications. Matching Gifts Does your employer have a matching gift program? If so, you can increase your generosity by including matching gift information when you make a gift. Please contact your human resources department for more information. President’s Society Gifts of $1,000 or more annually qualify donors for membership in the President Society, Marylhurst's prestigious recognition circle. Members receive invitations to Reunion Reunion Weekend 2013 Friday-Sunday, October 18-20 Celebrating 120 Years of Marylhurst! At Reunion Weekend 2013, which is open to all alumni, students, faculty, staff, friends and community members, we will celebrate Marylhurst’s 120th anniversary and classes ending in '3' and '8'. Traditional events such as Tea with the Sisters of the Holy Names, Distinguished Alumni Awards Luncheon and the Marylhurst Memories Dessert Reception will provide ample time for visiting with old friends and making new ones. We are also excited to celebrate the achievements of the recipients of the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Awards: • Nancy Wilgenbusch Distinguished Professional Award: Linda Clarry Barber ’63 • Service to Society: Sr. Mary Rita Rohde, SNJM ’62 • Service to Marylhurst: Sr. Jane Ellen Burns, SNJM ’48 • Distinguished New Graduate: To be announced Guest speakers Kyle Dittmer, department of science and mathematics faculty, will present a riveting seminar, Pacific Northwest Climate Change, Declining Salmon and Earthquakes, and Lana Veenker, founder and president of Cast Iron Studios, will share her film and television experiences at the Sunday Brunch when she discusses Casting for Success: Shapeshifting a Hollywood Career from Oregon and Beyond. Music, art, student work, an open mic and more round out the weekend. To register, visit www.marylhurst. edu/reunionweekend. Please register by Friday, October 11, 2013. Questions? Contact Kelly Ann Chee at 503.534.4059 or email@example.com. Reunion Weekend 2013 Committee Col Mary J. Mayer, USAF (Ret) ’69, Chair Diane Flack ’05 Sr. Carol Higgins, SNJM ’11 Laura Mears Kirk ’08 Nancy E. (“Betsy”) Lematta ’03 Sr. Joan Maiers, SNJM ’59 Connie Clifford Sanders ’73 Susan Schilke ’90 Julie Stoltz ’90 ’92 Sr. Carole Strawn, SNJM ’69 ’12 Victoria Wortham ’15 Joan Whitford-Schook ’81 10 | marylhurst.edu SALT – a new “financial wellness” tool for students and alumni Starting this fall, Marylhurst will offer students and alumni a free membership to SALT, a program available through the non-profit American Student Assistance. This unique partnership will enhance the campus services we provide to students to help them find scholarships, internships and employment opportunities. It will give alumni tools to make smart financial choices for life by offering services that can help to manage debt wisely and effectively, whether you incur it while paying for your education or through personal expenses. A wide range of tools and services will be available for customization, from webinars to personalized loan counseling. If you have not yet heard from us via email about SALT, please update your contact information at www.marylhurst.edu/alumni/ contact/. Upcoming University Events October • October 6 - The Art Gym Preview Reception: Fernanda D’Agostino The Method of Loci • October 18-20 - Reunion Weekend • October 21 - Founder’s Day • October 24 - Mass of the Holy Spirit November • November 7 - Professional Development Center Seminar: Project Management Essentials • November 13 - Science Lab Wednesday: Fun with Microscopes and Food Science December • December 8 - A Christmas Celebration: Annual Holiday POPS January • January 12, 2014 - The Art Gym Preview Reception: 21st-century Natives February • February 23, 2014 - The Art Gym Preview Reception: Heather Watkins Dolores Marino O'Connell ’52 (standing, on left) and Mary Francis Cavanaugh Barkshire ’52 (standing, on right) celebrate their 60-year reunion during Reunion Week 2012. March • March 8 & 9, 2014 - Duke Ellington – Sacred Concerts: A Department of Music event Make Your Reunion Class Gift Today Reunion Weekend is a wonderful time to meet with classmates. It is also a time to remember how Marylhurst helped shape your life. Now is the time to ensure that current and future Marylhurst students have the same wonderful experience that you did. Reunion Weekend is open to all alumni. This year, we are celebrating classes ending in ‘3’ and ‘8’. If you graduated in a year ending in ‘3’ or ‘8’, please consider making a Reunion Class gift. Each donor in the class with the largest total gift and each donor in the class with the highest participation rate will receive a special token of our appreciation. All Reunion Class Donors who make a gift by December 31, 2013 will be recognized in the spring 2014 edition of Marylhurst Unlimited. Please make your Reunion Class gift by December 31, 2013. Questions? Call Kelly Ann Chee at 503.534.4059 or kachee@ marylhurst.edu. This is only a sampling of events at Marylhurst! Visit www.marylhurst. edu/calendar for more event information. We are proud of our community’s achievements, and this is just a small sampling! Discover more alumni, student, faculty and staff accomplishments, publications and projects at www.marylhurst.edu/news. Marylhurst Unlimited | 11 An exhibition in The Art Gymâ€™s early days in the 1980s draws a good crowd. an Exercise in Creativity Terri Hopkins, co-founder and director/ curator of The Art Gym, retires By Pamela Clem 12 | marylhurst.edu Photo of Terri Hopkins by Brian Foulkes W hen Terri Hopkins closes the doors to The Art Gym at the end of the fall exhibition in December, it will be the last time she does so as the only director/ curator the gallery has ever known. It will also mark the end of a remarkable career. Since its opening in 1980, Terri and The Art Gym have been inextricably linked. Thanks to Terri’s commitment to superb art beautifully presented, over the past 33 years The Art Gym is now known as “the” place to view the works of talented artists of the Pacific Northwest. During those years, she has displayed the work of 500 artists, produced more than 65 exhibition catalogs, and sponsored numerous artist roundtables and public forums. But Terri need not worry about The Art Gym’s future after she retires. The groundwork she has laid, the connections she has made and the reputation she has earned will serve her successor well. It was largely due to these achievements that the Robert and Mercedes DSC_0024.jpg Eichholz Foundation issued a $1 million challenge grant to endow her position. (see sidebar on page 17) 23.jpg Her Career: A Process of Elimination When she arrived in 1978 at what was then Marylhurst College, Terri probably never thought she would stay at one place for her the rest of her career. Terri admits that her career was “a process of elimination.” As a young girl growing up in Seattle, she wanted to be a teacher. At the time, she explains, that “women could be teachers, secretaries or nurses.” Terri purposely never learned to type, and decided when choosing a college that she wanted one with a good German program. While a teenager, she had lived in Germany for two years and was fluent in the language. In her search for colleges, she sought out those that had a good German program, and Oberlin College in Ohio fit the bill. She recalls that she liked math growing up, but once in college, she realized that she never had to take another math class. When she read Oberlin’s course catalog, she was “ecstatic that there were so many amazing things to study.” Although her life has revolved around art for so many decades, Terri had never taken an art class prior to college. Rather, she was more interested in classical music and played the cello from age 10 through college in a youth orchestra and in a classical quintet, where she played chamber music. “Music was everywhere at Oberlin,” she recalls. It was during her first term at Oberlin that she took an introduction to sculpture class. DSC_0026.jpg “That class is probably why I became a curator, but I didn’t realize this until many years later.” She remembers her first assignment was to work with clay and the second to work with cement and sand. One classmate filled nine old glass bottles with cement and put them in a metal crate – Terri found a tennis shoe and Left: Artist Terry Toedtemeier, Terri Hopkins and a patron chat at Toedtemeier’s 1995 exhibition Terry Toedtemeier: Basalt Exposures — 1980-1995. Center: Terri works with a student in 2002. Right: Terri and Prudence Roberts, art historian and former curator of American art at the Portland Art Museum (1987 to 2000), share a laugh during a 2008 reception for Women's Work: Contemporary Women Printmakers from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation. Marylhurst Unlimited | 13 peter chee filled it with cement. Through these assignments, Terri says, you learn that you need a mold, finding that the “decisions people make and what materials to use” was very interesting. She followed this with her first art history class in post-impressionism, which covered Van Gogh through surrealism. Thanks to a great teacher, she found the topic “fascinating and moving – meaningful to me.” Terri went on to major in art history. While at Oberlin, she met her husband, Bob. Once she graduated in December 1970, she began a master of arts program in art history at the University of Chicago in January, where Bob was studying law. “Terri Hopkins is an exceptional curator, and her work has expressed the mission of The Art Gym beautifully over the years. By showcasing the artists of our region exclusively, The Art Gym stands apart from all other institutions in Oregon.” Cynthia G. Addams, Executive Vice President of The Collins Foundation “Terri Hopkins has shone a light on hundreds of NW artists during her long and inspired tenure curating The Art Gym. She promoted well-established and younger artists alike and made The Art Gym one of the region’s consistently respected arts venues.” Eloise Damrosch, Executive Director, Regional Arts & Culture Council Terri Arrives in Portland In 1973 when they had both completed their degrees, they chose Portland as their new home. Portland, in her opinion, was “progressive with a lot going on.” “As an outsider, you could become involved in anything. It was an open society,” she recalls, “different from the Midwest or east. Young people could do things, start things. They were welcome to do it.” Soon after arriving, she heard that her hometown of Seattle had just passed an ordinance that required one percent of the cost of a new building be used for art. This intrigued Terri, and she pondered the type of art and issues involved. To learn more, she took a seminar, coming out of it certain that Portland and Oregon needed the same type of law. She made an appointment to speak with the director of the Metropolitan Arts Commission (now the Regional Arts and Culture Council) and was hired by the Oregon Arts Commission to research the issue. Terri learned that when the Oregon state capital building was built, for example, five percent of the building cost was spent on art, as it was considered part of the design of the building. “Modern buildings with all their glass and steel and aversion to 'decoration' had resulted in a divorce of art and architecture. The percent-for-art movement was an attempt to reintegrate the two.” A meeting at the Portland Art Museum to discuss the topic drew 500 people who were interested in a public mandate. At the end of the meeting, volunteers were recruited to be on a committee to help pass through legislation. Terri volunteered. “I was a complete nobody,” she says, but nevertheless she joined notables such as Arlene Schnitzer and John Gray, a major developer interested in art, on the committee. “Legislators sat up and paid attention when they spoke,” Terri says of her fellow committee members. “John Gray had great credibility, as did Arlene.” Terri and the late Michele Russo, a noted Portland artist, were fellow lobbyists in Salem. “We were a real Mutt and Jeff team,” Terri jokes. “I saw how the legislature worked.” Terri also taught art history – ancient and early American - for one quarter at Lower Columbia College. At that point she had an epiphany. After planning for her entire life to be a teacher, she realized that she didn’t like teaching art history. It was then she decided that she needed to know how the arts function in society, as well as how they interact with economic and political systems. Indeed, she had never before thought about how the art got where it was exhibited, who planned the exhibitions, etc. “I woke up to the fact that things don’t just happen.” For the next two years, she worked in a small commercial art gallery that sold Native American baskets, beadwork and jewelry, as well as exhibiting some contemporary art. She then took a part-time job as the first executive director of the Albany Creative Arts Guild, located in a small town 60 miles south of Portland. She coordinated a spring arts festival and the Albany World 14 | marylhurst.edu Top: The gymnasium in the 1930s awaited energetic student athletes. Bottom: The gymnasium in 1956 also provided a place for modern dance and other performances. Right: The gymnasium is transformed into The Art Gym. Terri is the figure by the rightmost window. Championship Belly Dancing Competition, and initiated a performing arts series co-sponsored by the Guild and Linn Benton Community College. The Art Gym comes into being Artists have a long tradition of finding space, the right space to exhibit their works. Slusarenko believed that Marylhurst’s gymnasium was a seriously underused, though beautiful space and that it would make a wonderful gallery. Although all windows and very little wall space, the expanse was great, the windows arched and iconic and, most importantly, it was available. The administration agreed and The Art Gym came into being. Terri became its first director and faculty member Paul Sutinen, now co-chair of Marylhurst’s department of art & interior design, took over Terri’s job as assistant to the chair of the Art Department. Terri and Marylhurst In summer 1977, she had her first of three children. At that time, she started questioning where she belonged professionally. She didn’t want to be a teacher, nor did she want to work in a commercial gallery, community arts administration or the public sector. That was when she began to think of working at a university, not as an art history professor, but in another capacity. Marylhurst had been in the news since Terri arrived in Portland. It had closed as a college for women and reopened as a college for adults. “That’s an unusual place,” Terri recalls thinking. “Maybe I belong there.” Terri had met Kay Slusarenko, Marylhurst’s art department chair from 1978-98, while she was lobbying. She called her to discuss job possibilities. Kay told her that she might have a job for her. In fact, Kay created a job for Terri. From 1978-80, Terri was her assistant and also ran the Mayer Art Gallery at Marylhurst. “For those who are lucky enough to catch her attention, Terri keeps her kind, wise and discerning eye on the entire arc of an artist’s career from the earliest days on. That she can keep her finger on the pulse of the entire region, while still guiding so many individuals through the critical turning points in their careers is truly remarkable.” Fernanda D’Agostino, artist Marylhurst Unlimited | 15 scott a. miller Left to Right: During the 30th anniversary celebration of The Art Gym on September 30, 2010, Terri addressed and thanked the crowd of artists, patrons and friends of The Art Gym. The crowd, in turn, toasted Terri’s many accomplishments and the continuing success of The Art Gym. Sutinen supervised the initial physical transformation of gym in disrepair into an art gallery. The community donated $1,500 and 400 hours of volunteer labor to help The Art Gym come into being. It opened in fall 1980. Terri and Paul installed the inaugural exhibition all night and came back in the morning to work. The Art Gym’s mission Slusarenko, Sutinen and Terri pondered the type of art the space would showcase. At the time, they realized that no one was taking a serious look at contemporary art – they decided The Art Gym’s focus would be on contemporary art of the Pacific Northwest. “We could do this with our resources,” Terri says. Then, they decided that The Art Gym’s mission would be to increase public understanding of contemporary art. The next question to answer was how would they accomplish this? Terri explains that she has approached exhibitions as one might a long magazine article – a serious look at a topic that can be engaged in an hour or so. Exhibitions would have to be carefully curated and offering art patrons an in-depth, not cursory, look at an artist’s work or the work of several artists who were thinking about a topic. From the beginning she has wanted people to feel that a trip to The Art Gym was worth their time. Terri also believed that in addition to the exhibition itself, there should also be an information component. Writing about the art was also important. Brochures and modest to beautiful hardcover books have accompanied exhibitions from the beginning. Artists also give talks about their works to stimulate discussion about their work. “Look, read, discuss - I think that is the way people learn,” she explains. Which artists and why Artists are carefully selected. Terri approaches them, but they also approach her. It was not always that way. To establish credibility in the beginning, recognized artists such as Mel Katz at Portland State were exhibited. “Some people did us a favor,” she remembers. “They saw it was a great resource – they were willing to lend their works to give us credibility. They were mentoring us to make our program a quality one. They kind of coached us. They had standards. We learned from them.” Nevertheless, Terri says that The Art Gym has always been a “beautiful and remarkable space – it makes artists want to exhibit in it.” An avid visitor to local galleries, Terri is always on the watch for regional, nontraditional work that is contemporary. “Work that pushes something,” she says. “The way (it pushes), what it’s about, because art is always about something.” She also wants to hear how the artist dis- “For decades, Terri has advocated for artists as contributors to our quality of life. She is the essence of what we look for in a partner to the Foundation’s Visual Arts Program. We are confident the resources we provide to The Art Gym will be well used, whether they are to help retrofit the facility or support an exhibition or catalogue.” Anne Kubisch, President of The Ford Family Foundation 16 | marylhurst.edu brian foulkes cusses his or her work and is particularly interested in the ambiguity and complexities that an artist’s work evokes. “This is the kind of inquiry that art, literature and music excel at.” “Artists are very informed and educated and have given their work a great deal of thought,” she says. “Part of my job is to research what interests artists and how they articulate it. I do this for myself and to share it with the community.” “Each artist has serious interests – animal, human, memory, drama, small incidents that happen. They are people who investigate things.” Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation Issues $1 million Challenge Grant to Endow Director/Curator Position The Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation, established in 2011 by Mercedes Eichholz on behalf of herself and her late husband to support the arts, has issued a $1 million challenge grant to endow the position of director/curator of The Art Gym and Belluschi Pavilion. The challenge grant, which must be completed by 2018, is accompanied by a $250,000 outright grant to support the position. The Eichholz family has long supported the arts. The late Mercedes Eichholz was a trustee of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art in 1985 and board president from 2001 to 2003. When she resided in Portland decades ago, she made the acquaintance of Pietro Belluschi, architect of the Lake Oswego home that is now the Belluschi Pavilion at Marylhurst University. Her son, Michael Davidson, a Portland-based tax consultant who serves on the Eichholz Foundation board of trustees, has taught classes on business to aspiring artists at Marylhurst for years. He became acquainted with Terri Hopkins and The Art Gym during this time. “The Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation is excited to provide the challenge to fund in perpetuity the director/curator position for The Art Gym/Belluschi Pavilion,” says Davidson. “It is our hope that this grant will honor Terri Hopkins’ life’s work and will allow The Art Gym to continue to be a powerful force in the arts of Portland and the entire Pacific Northwest.” Terri Hopkins is delighted about the challenge grant. “I am beyond grateful to Michael Davidson and all the trustees of the Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation for allowing the work I have done championing artists of our region to continue.” For more information about the challenge grant or to make a contribution, please call Sandy Pittenger in the Office of University Advancement at 503.699.6251. “ Look, read, discuss — I think that is the way people learn.” —Terri Hopkins A tradition of excellence The Art Gym has received generous grants from leading foundations, including the Ford Family Foundation, the Collins Foundation and the Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation, among many others. It has also garnered support from the Regional Arts and Cultural Council, the Oregon Arts Commission and Oregon Cultural Trust. The Friends of The Art Gym, individuals who admire what The Art Gym offers, provide crucial ongoing support. Thanks to Terri’s keen sense of the merit of an artist’s body of work, The Art Gym has won widespread acclaim, including the Governor’s Award in 2005. She collaborates with artists, writers, guest curators, and other Northwest arts organizations. Exhibitions have toured to other museums such as the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University in Salem, Oregon, the Schneider Museum of Southern Oregon University in Ashland, Oregon and the Museum of Northwest Art in Bellingham, Washington. The $1 million challenge grant issued by the Eichholz Foundation is yet another demonstration of the esteem in which Terri’s long career is held. When she closes the door to The Art Gym this December, she will do it knowing that what she has so carefully built over more than three decades will continue to thrive under a new director/curator. MU Marylhurst Unlimited | 17 alumni in Focus Marylhurst's Reach is Far and Wide: Carl Maxwell, MBA '13 By Pamela Clem Detail from "Artist's Garden" painting by Carl Maxwell A s a young boy growing up in Kotzebue, a small village 33 miles north of the Arctic Circle on Alaska’s western coast, newly minted Marylhurst MBA Carl Francis Maxwell '13 may have only dreamed of the faraway places he would visit later on in life. Born when Alaska wasn’t yet a state, his life’s journey started when he and his family “left to the U.S.” and moved to Oregon, where he spent his youth. He attended St. Joseph Grade School, Central Catholic High School, and graduated from the University of Portland’s School of Engineering. After graduation, his life as an international traveler began. Carl served as a missionary in Peru alongside Maryknoll priests. There, he met and married Magdalena. Vietnam followed, where he worked as a base development engineer for the U.S. Army. When he returned to the U.S., he began working for the U.S. Forest Service under the U.S. Department of Agriculture USDA. After several years doing that, he was asked to work for the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in Honduras building farm-tomarket roads. He enjoyed this job so much that he asked to be transferred from the USDA to the USAID. He was with USAID until he retired from the Foreign Service, with postings throughout the world ranging from Monrovia, Liberia to Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Magdalena followed him for years and now it is only appropriate that he is following her – she is now the executive officer for the USAID mission in Tbilisi, Georgia (formerly part of the Soviet Union). Though retired from the Foreign Service, Carl hasn’t retired from work. He now works as an environmental consultant in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. In fact, it was when he was researching future overseas consulting positions that an ad for Marylhurst’s MBA popped up on the internet. Coincidently, his son-inlaw graduated from Marylhurst as well. He considered a similar program at Duke, but the cost and requirements did not fit his situation. Having made the decision to attend, it took Carl 18 months to earn his MBA in Sustainable Business, completing assignments while consulting in Monrovia, Liberia and Tbilisi, Georgia. Working on his degree from afar posed no problems for Carl. “The earlier time zone has advantages,” he says, adding “but I had to finish (assignments) earlier.” He adds “I missed the face-to-face contact — but little by little, the weeks turned into months — and the virtual 18 | marylhurst.edu world helped upgrade my computer brain — which hasn’t been upgraded for years,” he jokes. “I feel like a new person — full of new information with ways to do things much faster and better.” Carl says that while pursuing a degree online, one develops a picture of the professors and their characteristics and found the same true with his fellow students. When he came to Marylhurst for graduation, Carl had the opportunity to meet several of his professors and lightheartedly comments that they look better than he had imagined! He was also impressed by the beautiful campus and buildings. “Shoen Library was like meeting and old friend,” he says. “Its architecture and style were great!” He also was impressed by the friendliness he encountered on campus. “I met this nice lady and asked her ‘Who are you’? I found out she was the president of the university!” Carl will soon start putting into practice many of the things he learned during his studies. He believes the business applications, methods such as SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats), and sustainability concepts such as the Triple Bottom Line (natural environment, economic vitality, and healthy communities) will be very useful in development projects in the countries where he normally works. He has no problems finding consulting jobs. “The jobs find me because I have an extensive worldwide network of friends and businesses that know my work and when they need someone with environmental knowledge and willing to go to places most people are reluctant to — they usually call me.” In fact, during his 18-month MBA program, Carl turned down six consulting jobs. Since graduating, however, he is free to travel worldwide. He has been asked to work in Pretoria, South Africa in August to do environmental examinations of several projects. In January, he is scheduled to go to Maputo, Mozambique to do the same with follow up work a few months later. The world is his oyster! “I prefer these short-term contracts, which are short and sweet — one gets in and out — with no long-term commitments.” In fact, Carl just received an offer to work as deputy chief-of-party for a road construction project in Juba, Southern Sudan. “I may go there instead of Maputo,” he adds. Of all the places he has worked, Carl counts Banda Aceh, Indonesia, as his favorite. Carl and wife Magdalena at Lake Sevan in Armenia. “I really liked working in the field, especially in a tropical wilderness area where I saw many wild animals, birds, insects, reptiles. I held a baby monkey in my arms, crossed fresh tiger tracks, waded through swamps, travelled by canoe, motorcycle, and trekked jungle trails." “The people were wonderful and a happy people in spite of their loss of friends, family members, and their homes as a result of the (2005) tsunami.” Family plays important role in Carl’s life. His daughter and son-in-law attended his graduation along with two of his grandchildren. His two other children weren’t able to make it but they were “very proud of their dad.” Magdalena, unfortunately, wasn’t able to attend either, having duties at the USAID mission to handle. But, she was very happy that Carl completed the program. What were her words to him on his accomplishment? “Finally! You can do the cooking and the dishes!” An avid photographer and a talented artist, Carl uses his travels and postings to document his travels and homes pictorially. One of his works headlines this article. If retirement ever crosses Carl’s mind, he has no idea where he and Magdalena might settle. “We are world citizens and may live in different countries depending on the season.” During the summer (winter in the northern hemisphere) months, they may live in Peru or Costa Rica, and they may spend the summer on Vashon Island, Washington during the summer in the U.S.” To learn more about our MBA programs, go to www.marylhurst.edu/mba. MU Marylhurst Unlimited | 19 class notes Sylvia Hester ’63 – I was so looking forward to our 1963 50th reunion but I am on pilgrimage to Italy, Spain and Portugal with my church at that time. Please pass on the word to everyone that I miss them and would have loved to have been there with them. I am very sad to miss this very important reunion. Darthula Diane Goetz ’87 just received a Master of Science in Management and Organizational Leadership from Warner Pacific College. This fall, she will pursue a Doctor of Business Administration with a focus on Organizational Leadership and NonProfit Organizations. Bernadette Howlette ‘99 - As of July 1, I am serving as the new Director of Scholarly Activity and Institutional Effectiveness for Pacific Northwest University of Health Sciences. Prior to this I served as the Director of Research at Bingham Memorial Hospital in Blackfoot, Idaho, before transitioning to an Affiliate Faculty position with the Institute of Rural Health at Idaho State University. In 2012, I received a federal grant award from the Healthcare Resources and Services Administration to establish a rural health network in SE Idaho. I have also recently published a textbook, titled Evidence-based Practice for Health Professionals: An Interprofessional Approach. I want to thank Marylhurst, especially with regard to the publication of my book because it was my education at Marylhurst that engendered in me a valuing and understanding of interdisciplinary practice. Interdisciplinary collaboration is one of the central concepts behind the book and has, in fact, been the foundation of my entire career. I am able to work as a health care researcher and scholar because of the multi-disciplinary training and collaborations I have pursued ever since I graduated from Marylhurst. I often speak of the excellent education I received there! Debra Rose Giannini, M.A. ’09 After completing my M.A. in Health Arts & Sciences at Goddard College in Vermont, I was offered the opportunity to train and teach through Think First Oregon’s Trauma Prevention team and the Balance Laboratory at Oregon Health and Sciences University (OHSU). I am using the foundations of my interdisciplinary Marylhurst B.A. (in psychology and expressive therapy) in this role, along with the tenets of self-care and resilience that comprised my master’s thesis. OHSU’s Think First Oregon is part of a national network of prevention programs for brain and spinal cord injuries. They also administer Boston University’s acclaimed “Fear of Falling: Matter of Balance” (Copyright 1995 Trustees of Boston University) program and certification for this region. I obtained my certification to teach after completing the coaching course in 2012. I’ll be teaching the series of Matter of Balance sessions, which include strategies for safety at home and on the town, as well as exercises designed to improve balance and prevent falls. Our class at Marylhurst University is being organized by Celina Ratliff, and will be open to staff, gerontology students and Mary’s Woods residents. By increasing our awareness, adapting to our surroundings and staying mobile, we can prevent the damage, cost and inconvenience of injury. Jane O’Brien ’13 is pursuing a Master of Social Work at the University of Southern California with an expected graduation date of August 2015. Yona Lunken ’13 - Thank you MU for a wonderful MBA in Sustainable Business program. In Memoriam Patricia LeVan Hargis ’43, February 9, 2013, Yakima, WA Adelina I. Boitano Paperini '43 July 10, 2013, Portland, OR Pilar Elisa Walker ’48, July 29, 2013, San Jose, CA Sr. Theresa Stupfel, SNJM ’49, August 14, 2013, Lake Oswego, OR Sr. Miriam Philip Friedrich, SNJM ’54, August 3, 2012, Lake Oswego, OR Audrey Pearson Kelley ’54, December 21, 2012, Bellevue, WA Annamae Jost Niedermeyer ’54, October 8, 2012, Portland, OR Sr. Patricia Nizic, SNJM ’54, September 24, 2012, Lake Oswego, OR Sr. Rae Skinner, SNJM ’54, June 30, 2013, Lake Oswego, OR Sr. Dona Van Hoomissen, SNJM ’58, May 2, 2013, Lake Oswego, OR Clarine Anchustegui Villeneuve ’59, March 18, 2013, Phoenix, AZ Kathleen Lockie ’62, May 2, 2013, Portland, OR Sr. Mary McNassar, SNJM ’62, May 30, 2013, Lake Oswego, OR Kristi Claeys, daughter of Ardith Vanderzanden Claeys ‘63, July 2, 2013, Portland, OR William (Bill) Crocker, husband of Elizabeth Brownlie Crocker ’65, August 25, 2013, Salem, OR Alice Schlenker ’78, April 27, 2013, Lake Oswego, OR Georgina Rossiter Pierr ’80, July 29, 2012, Salem, OR Anna C. Mock Busch ‘84, January 24, 2013, Portland, OR Arlene B. Pletsch ’88, February 22, 2013, Killdeer, ND Patricia Lou “Pat” Peterson ’93, May 10, 2103, Colbert, WA 20 | marylhurst.edu Students enjoy the annual Green Prelude Dance in 1949 in the gymnasium that is now The Art Gym. A description of the dance in the 1955 yearbook states: "What gives the most hearty welcome to the new freshman? The most inviting? The most collegiate? The Green Prelude, of course, the first dance of the year and a special 'get-acquainted' opportunity for everyone." Are you in this photo? If so, we'd love to hear from you! What kind of fun did you have while you were a student at Marylhurst? You can mail, call or email Alumni Relations using the contact information on the right. Submit a Class Note Keep in touch! We want to know what’s going on in your life and about the milestones you achieve and the adventures you’re on. New jobs, new degrees, new grandchildren, books published, travels near and far – we’d love to hear about these things from you and more. Contact Alumni Relations to submit your class note. Web: www.marylhurst.edu/alumni Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 503.534.4059 /Toll-free 800.636.9982 Mail: Marylhurst University 17600 Pacific Highway (Hwy. 43), PO Box 261, c/o Alumni Relations, Marylhurst, OR 97206 Marylhurst Unlimited | 21 Donor Recognition 2012-2013 Donor Recognition A sincere THANK YOU to the many supporters of Marylhurst University. You understand the importance of Marylhurst’s mission. You value an education that is challenging, rich and diverse — one that meets the needs of serious learners of all ages. Marylhurst University, firmly rooted in the values of the Sisters of the Holy Names, has been able to offer an exemplary education for 120 years because of supporters like you. These recognition lists include all donors whose gifts were received between July 1, 2012-June 30, 2013. The list can be viewed online at www.marylhurst/donorlist. President’s Society Gifts $1,000 and above Benefactor $50,000+ Anonymous Tracey and Mike Clark Ford Family Foundation Sylvia Giustina ‘56* Heather Schreiber Killough *LT The L. S. (Sam) Shoen Foundation Berry and Samuel* Shoen Wheeler Foundation-OR Samuel C. Wheeler † E. L. Wiegand Foundation Elizabeth and Stephen* Zimmer Diana Pierce Knox ‘73* and William Knox, Jr. LifeMap Assurance Company Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund Rachel and Andrew* MacRitchie Harry A. Merlo Foundation, Inc Gary Michael Sisters of the Holy Names US-Ontario Province Corporation Barbara and Steven *LT Spence Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. Schommer & Sons, Inc. Sarah A. Stewart Foundation Stoel Rives LLP Charles Terhune, III* Mary and Edward* Vranizan Juan Young Trust Trish* and Bill Smith The Robert C. & Nani S. Warren Foundation Nani S. Warren US Bank VISA International~ Wells Fargo Dianna and Gregory* Hogensen Terri and Robert Hopkins Linda Hutchins and John Montague Iberdrola Renewables Kimberly Cooper-Jaqua and Jon Jaqua Sally and Ronald ‘93 Karsten Pat and Michael Lammers Nancy Lematta ‘03 Mary Mayer ‘69 Sylvia Postl McGill ‘81 and James McGill Cecilia and Beau McNeff ‘10 Anne K. Millis Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Craig Moore Sheila Gerhardt Morgan ‘56 New Life Foundation North Star Foundation Deborah and Kenneth *LT Novack Elizabeth Noyes Piper Park Park Academy Donna and Richard Peach David Plotkin Leslie Sammons-Roth ‘11 Barbara Sue and Bill Seal Corene Akerly Serres ‘56 and James Serres Agnes Firchau Smith ‘50 and Harold Smith Kristin Stathis* Diana Hughes Stegner ‘60 and David Stegner Mary Stender Jane Muggli Stickney ‘68 Carol Culley Storment ‘74 and Elton Storment Virginia Greeley Taylor ‘55 and Cornelius Taylor Bobbie and Alpo † Tokola Khiem M. Tran Tom Tsuruta Nancy Wilgenbusch *LT Warner and Greta Wims Bronze $1,000-$2,499 Anonymous AKT LLP Christina Eugenis and Stan Amy Bob Ballin Susan and John Bates Debrah and Gary ‘02 Bokowski Mary Jo Hardwick Bolton ‘54 and Bill Bolton, Jr. Whitney and Thomas Braden Cathy and Jerry Brodie Kimberly and Stephen* Brown Julie and Dale L. Burghardt Dorothy Serres Canavan ‘59 and Joseph Canavan Susan Carter Joanne Castello Judy Williams Caviezel ‘63 and Skip Caviezel Judith Rumgay Chambers ‘63 Janice and Larry* Choruby Pamela and Ronald Clem Elizabeth Brownlie Crocker ‘65 and William Crocker † Patricia Irwin Crocker ‘46 and Jack Crocker Kate and David Dickson Margaret Adams Dooney ‘59 and Brian Dooney First Republic Margaret ‘06 and Douglas Frank Sheri and Roy Ghazimorad Deborah Horrell and Christopher Gillem William Graber Pearl Li Gunsell ‘63 Judie* and John Hammerstad Kathleen Sullivan Heath ‘53 and Edward Heath Silver $2,500-$4,999 Anonymous Lynn Andrews Arts Action Alliance Foundation Asset Recovery Group, Inc. Bank of the Cascades Becker Capital Management, Inc. Margaret Linn Blue ‘56 Trudy Traister and Scott Bolton ‘02* Angela Marozzo and Todd Brinkmeyer Jan and Robert ‘90 Daoust Becky* and Mike DeCesaro Elizabeth Leach Gallery Marilyn Fellers Fink ‘69 and Thomas Fink Rick Ganz, SJ Wayland Hicks HomeStreet Bank Candace Jennings and Gil Rodriguez* Kaiser Permanente KPMG LLP Magnacorp Margaret McElligott ‘96 and Jan Dabrowski Xandra* and Joe McKeown Pacific Power Foundation Portland General Electric~ Regional Arts & Culture Council Katherine and Lawrence *LT Remmers Roseburg Forest Products Mary Jackson Sammons ‘70 and Nick Sammons Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. Diamond $25,000-$49,999 Anonymous Debbie and William* Barr The Collins Foundation W.M. Keck Foundation Kinsman Foundation Charles Patrick Memorial Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Mary Lou Lesenyie Taggart '65 and Richard Taggart Gold $5,000-$9,999 Anonymous Lajos Balogh Marti and Anthony Belluschi The Campbell Group, LLC Carole Frank Carey ‘59 Custom Decorators, Inc. Mary Ann Divizia ‘65 Van Evera and Janet M. Bailey Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation A. J. Frank Family Foundation William Furman Margaret Gonsalves ‘59 † The Greenbrier Companies Emily Huston ‘59 Idaho Power Co. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Henri W. Lacerte, OSB † Marie Lamfrom Charitable Foundation Tamara Lundgren Keith McKennon Murphy Company Theresa Lamb O’Hanlon ‘50 and James O’Hanlon *LT Oregon Arts Commission Oregon Education Association Pacific Power Pearson Embanet Port of Portland PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Martin Ringle* Platinum $10,000-$24,999 Anonymous Aequitas Capital Management, Inc. The Bank of Oswego Linda and Fedele Bauccio Ruth Beyer* Molly and Stewart *LT Butler Cambia Health Solutions Linda and John Carter Karla and William Chambers The Clint Foundation Maribeth Wilson Collins Columbia Bank Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Foundation Sue Griffith Bernice and Wendell Jeffrey Judith and Kirk Johansen Mary Frances Barthel Jones ‘56 and Michael Jones 22 | marylhurst.edu Educator $500-$999 Anonymous Rose Mary Bocek ‘46 *LT Kathy Calcagno The Cambia Employee Giving Campaign~ Charles Collopy Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Columbia Weather Systems, Inc. Concordia University Frank Erisman Ernst & Young Kregg Arntson and Theodore Fettig ‘04 Irene Gleason ‘45 Linda Boise and Steven Goldberg Susan and Robert Harold Lisa and Michael Holzgang ING Financial Group Kaiser Permanente Foundation Board Matching Program~ Karen Lynch ‘11 M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust~ Barbara Pavlicek ‘69 Sandy and Jeff Pittenger Neal Purcell Catherine and Paul Quackenbush MaryJo Radosevich ‘74 Ronald Schoenheit ‘07 Catherine Mullins Smith ‘43 Wells Fargo Foundation~ Janet D. and Donald W. Williams Women’s Architectural League Catharine Gleason Yates ‘43 and W. Ross Yates Nancy and Fred Isaacs Paula and Daniel Kinney Janet and H. William *LT Kretzmeier Marsha and Larry Large Kristin Lensen ‘94 and David Whitaker Mary’s Woods Tim Mather MCM Construction, Inc. Linda Coleman McTigue ‘64 and Michael McTigue Kathleen Kirk Moore ‘43 and Joseph Moore Kirk Mouser ‘12* Elizabeth O’Brien ‘62 Callie Pappas Gertrude Parkinson and Peter Ozzanne PDX Contemporary Art Connie-Marie Clifford Sanders ‘73 and Charles Sanders Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon Christopher Sweet Margaret Little Thomas ‘54 and Hubert Thomas Jane Eagleson Viehl ‘83 and Lawrence Viehl Frances Walsh ‘00 Kathleen Smith Weaver ‘62 Joan Whitford-Schook ‘81 and Stan Schook Sally Williams Young Audiences of Oregon Associate $99-$249 Anonymous Catherine Wilson ‘01 and Richard Aanrich ‘99 Margaret and Gregory Abbott Rosina Mauro Albi ‘61 and Frank Albi Roger Allen Oregon Chapter of American Meteorlogical Society Barbara Jollo Anderson ‘72 Daniel André Marcia Yadon Arganbright ‘76 and James Arganbright JoAnn Weaver and Roland Atkinson La Verne Bagley Brown ‘51 Bonnie and Jeff Baker Mary Cavanaugh Barkshire ‘52 and Arthur Barkshire Linda and Steven ‘93 Beaird Page Fortna and Pete Beeman Colette and David ‘93 BeLusko Billings & Cronn Elizabeth Blachly-Dyson Karen Bloomer ‘65 Robin Boles ‘12 Lynn Brown Marianne Buchwalter Rebecca Burkeen Tammi Burkhardt Ann Dillhoefer Bussard ‘77 and Steven Bussard Fellow $250-$499 Anonymous A-dec Inc. Katherine Ahlert Greg Aldred Margaret Riggs Allee ‘87, ‘89 Dianne Anderson and Mel Katz Karen Bates-Smith ‘03 and Philip Bates-Smith Claudette and John Beahrs Joan Bearzi Madeline Schug Bednarek ‘88 Rex Blackburn Walt Blomberg III Kelly Ann and Peter Chee Virginia Ann Latta Curulla ‘56 John DiFalco Josette Enzler Dundon ‘67 and Edward Dundon Eton Lane Foundation Patricia ‘85 and Henry Grass Brenda and Raymond Grubbs Linda Emery Hanberg ‘74 and Dennis Hanberg Maureen Higgins ‘60 Cindy and Stephen Huckins Dorothy Hango Hunt ‘43 and Leigh Hunt, Jr. Kathleen Beeson Carney ‘64 and F. Michael Carney Mary Jo Jwayad ‘59 Carr and Norman Carr Lou Schlak Chapman ‘97 and John Chapman Roger Cherry Gene Christian Mary Joyce Cole ‘52 Marylou Colver Patricia Bocek Conroy ‘49 Constance Frith Couch ‘69 and David Couch Carole Brown Cox ‘61 and Gary Cox Patricia Kelly Crowe ‘67 and Frank Crowe Barbara Brown Curran ‘69 and John Curran, Jr. Dorothy Rice Dasovich ‘61 Patricia Johnson and Michael Davidson Maureen Richardson Detz ‘68 and Lewis Detz Janet O’Neill Dimm ‘49 Claudia ‘87 and Richard Ditter Ann Doyle ‘62 JoAnn Galarneau Doyle ‘48 Noriko and Robert Dozono Josephine Anzalone Drain ‘53 and Donald Drain Donna and Verne *LT Duncan Laurie and Randy Dunn Mary Kay Dyckman ‘63 Jay Dyer Odette Buzzell Foster Edgar ‘70 Nannette and Thomas Edwards Isabelle Zior Egan ‘62 Jane and John Emrick Gary Epping Joseph Erceg Maryanne Smith Ernst ‘45 Akiko ‘05 and Robert Erwin Libby Farr Elizabeth Farrington ‘11 Judith and Thomas Fawkes Georgene Beeson Finders ‘74 and John Finders Joanne Kendle Findley ‘66 Laura Fisher ‘02 Patsy Duffy Fordney ‘45 Sandra J. Cagle Fox ‘88 Gail Caswell Freeman ‘63 and Joseph Freeman Margaret Williams Frieske ‘66 and Robert Frieske Michelle Garcia* Leda Garside ‘10 General Mills Foundation~ Mary Anne Noseda Gennette ‘54 Lori Jon George ‘75 Debra Giannini ‘09 Teresa Gifford ‘05 G. and Paul Gilbarg Carl Gimpl Bonnie ‘70 and Bartley Glover-Griswold Mary Alice Magladry Goodin ‘48 and George Goodin James Gossett Mary Anne Grams ‘52 Gail and Walter Grebe Carol Conway Gregoire ‘56 Warren Guest M.K. Guth and Gregory Landry Audra Garbarino Hamilton ‘53 Jo Ann Sisemore Hannigan ‘56 and J. Gillis Hannigan Joan Hansen, SNJM ‘56 Shirley Shull Hansen ‘54 and Richard Hansen Mary Jo Bourke Harris ‘55 and Robert Harris Dianne Kornberg and John Hart '09, '11 Mary Patt O’Brien Hawthorne ‘68 Tracy Hawthorne ‘00, ‘05 Elizabeth Lamb Hayes ‘62 and Robert Hayes Margaret Heaton Karen Heichelheim Sherryll Hoar ‘01 Ruth Anne Davis Hobbs ‘68 Laurie Hoefer and Alan Laduca Kathleen Wick Hoeger ‘66 and Donald Hoeger Jane Kotrik Horning ‘61 Mary Beth Horton ‘02 Shelley and Greg Hume Intel Foundation~ Gail Jackson ‘91, ‘95 Jan Jacobsen ‘86 and Paul Hart Antoinette Jaffe ‘05 Adelle Satterlee Jenike ‘68 Douglas Jenkin ‘05 Barbara Brooten Job ‘66 and Thomas Job Jacquelyn North Johnson ‘93 and Stanford Johnson Marilyn Wallace Johnson ‘88 and Raymond Johnson Donna and Andy Jordan Kay Nickels Juran ‘82 and Ben Kasubuchi Carol Karlson ‘11 Sharon Keigher ‘69 Ann Kelsey Virginia Kelsh ‘67 Ann Kendellen and Jonathan Harker Jan Kennedy Valerie Kennedy ‘12 Carma and Frank ‘79 King Peter Kiongo ‘11 Larry Kirkland Janet Johnson Kirschen ‘72 and Borell Kirschen Patricia Brelin Kirtley ‘65 and William Kirtley Therese and Philip Klaas Rita Dobner Klym ‘66 and Emil Klym Carol and Michael Knutson Helen Murphy Koppe ‘54 and Bruce Koppe Lake Oswego Preservation Society Katherine and James Larpenteur, Jr. Lennox International~ Diane Serres Love ‘57 and Thomas Love Maggie and Robert ‘05 Low Beverly Mayer Lutz ‘83 and Timothy Lutz Kathryn Heidenreich Lytle ‘53 Chris Magana Melinda Maginnis ‘91 and William Maginnis Mary Maletis ‘51 Dolores ‘53 and Gordon Mallory Kay Post Mally ‘58 and Michael Mally Susan Marcus Richard Mark Joanne Lucchesi Martin ‘68 and Douglas Martin Marianna VanRooy Mattecheck ‘53 and Robert Mattechek Valerie McCarthy ‘04 Nancy ‘81 and J. Gary McClain Christine ‘01 and Don McClave Patricia McDonald Donna McDonnell ‘49 L. ‘08 and Dan McElligott Kara McFall Diana Malloy McKennett ‘69 and Harold McKennett Beth McLean ‘11 Carolyn Menegas ‘65 Deborah Merritt ‘73 David Mertens Yvonne Miller Meuse ‘54 and Raymond Meuse Leo Michelson Judy Millenbach Susan Richardson Miller ‘69 and Robert Miller Stephanie Moreau ‘07 Joyce Powell Morin ‘76 and Tony Morin Mary Mullen Mary Ann Thalhofer Myers ‘60 and Hardy Myers Mary Ann Monks Nicholson ‘51 and Elmore Nicholson Michele Nielsen ‘06 Lillian Nipoti Mary Nixon ‘72 and Larry Dalrymple Judith Norton ‘96, ‘03 Dolores Marino O’Connell ‘52 Brian Oliver Patricia ‘98 and David Page Kathleen Paishon ‘73 Shelly Parini-Runge ‘12 and Tracy Runge Julieanne Parrish ‘09 Annette Broschet Parrott ‘59 and Donald Parrott Mary Mannila Patnode ‘66 and Howard Patnode James L. Pendleton † Rosemary Schwaegler Pendleton ‘40 Rosemary Perisich, SNJM ‘61 *Marylhurst University trustee 2012-2013 and/or 2013-2014 ~ Matching gift corporation/foundation (in full or in part) † Deceased *LT = Marylhurst University life trustee *IK = In kind donor (in full or in part) Marylhurst Unlimited | 23 Lucy Phan ‘07 Robert Pitts ‘10 James Pollock ‘08 Jeanne ‘89 and Trent Premore Elizabeth Ramsey and Donald Ruff Tracy Reisinger Gary M. Repp, Jr. ‘13 Katherine Enright Richards ‘64 Farroel Richardson, SNJM ‘58 *LT Marsha ‘70 and Brian Richardson Mary Ann Kosydar Ricketts ‘62 and Ronald Ricketts Angela Kelly Rohrman ‘62 and A. Charles Rohrman Laura J. Ross-Paul and Alexander Paul Sheila Rubin ‘89 Deanne and Dick Rubinstein Wendy James Rude ‘70 Mary Ruhl ‘09 Mary Jane and Stuart Sawai Susan Stietzel Schilke ‘90 and John Schilke Titay and Steve Schommer Sharon Schooley ‘09 Janet Garrett Sciolaro ‘64 and Joe Sciolaro Sherilyn Godschalx Sellman ‘71 and John Sellman David Servatius ‘90 Agnes Schairer Shriver ‘57 Jeff Sielicky ‘04 Jessica Morrison Singh ‘06 Shirley Skidmore and Ronald Quant Maribeth Carpenter Slawson ‘63 and Paul Slawson Rhea and Jim Sleeman Francine Gasser Smith ‘67 and Joe Smith Carol Smith-Larson Gilbert Souza II ‘12 Carolyn Stanley Julia ‘92 and Raymond Stoltz Anne Herold Stott ‘62 and Howard Stott, Jr. Jean and Milan Stoyanov Carole Strawn, SNJM ‘69, ‘12 Paul Sutinen Robert Suzuki ‘03 Melissa Swenson ‘04 Ruth and John Talbott Nancy Terry ‘70 Mary Ellen Walsh Thimm ‘48 and Joseph Thimm Phyllis Towne Courtney Vanderstek Cynthia Wagner ‘11 Michelle Walsh Malia and Steven Wasson Maxeen Miller Wegner ‘82 Wendy Weil ‘98 Helen White ‘10 Kathy Williams Catherine Wilson ‘01 and Richard Aanrich ‘99 Faye Wilson Mary Ann Sequeira Wilson ‘63 and James Wilson Susan and James Winkler Dana and Christopher Wood Mary Zaleski ‘69 and Richard Lamkin William Zuelke Friend $1-$99 Anonymous Lura Smith Abbott ‘63 and Robert Abbott Amir Abraham ‘10 Barbara and Ronald ‘89 Adams George Adams Margaret Adams ‘93 Mary Frazier Albrecht ‘57 and Peter Albrecht Cecily Allen Christopher Allen Marilyn Anderson ‘59 and Jonathan Garlock Gloria Moss Andresen ‘00 Kaye Mitchell Andrijeski ‘57 and Harlan Andrijeski Deborah Angleton ‘01 Arthur J. Arellano † Jacque-Marie Larios Arellano ‘55 Michael Austin Frances Avery ‘96 and Richard Sherwood Toni Avery ‘06 and Richard Truitt William Bachhuber Jean Bailey ‘78 Dorothy Fahrlander Baker ‘49 Monica Barber Madeline Barker ‘01 Susan Rearden Baroch ‘68 and James Baroch Annin Barrett Joyce Knuppel Barrett ‘93 and Emil Zurcher Florence Haberman Barta ‘49 Irene Ybarzabal Bates ‘62 and Eugene Bates Kathleen Murphy Batie ‘93 and Thomas Batie Mary McIlraith Baumel ‘66 and Kenneth Baumel Barbara Senko Beaulieu ‘56 Kendelyn Beck Margit Totzer Becker ‘60 and Helmut Becker Stefana Berceanu Pamela Berg Richard Bettencourt Dan Bevens Melody Martin Biggs ‘75 and Charles Biggs Kristine Anderson Blodget ‘65, ‘92 and James Blodget Karen Burgardt Blomquist ‘74 and Robert Blomquist Patricia and Jacob Boas The Boeing Company~ Rose Bond Dolores Leingang Boone ‘60 Alice Booth ‘84 Isabel Booth ‘83 Sarah Kaufer Bosserman ‘81 and Peter Bosserman Christine Bourdette Barbara Bradford ‘92 John Bramsman Mary Ellen Ward Brawn ‘68 and Jack Brawn Shawn Irish Brenizer ‘00, ‘02 Charlotte Schnorenberg Brosnan ‘62 Eileen Brown, SNJM ‘55* Dorothy Bruck ‘57 Julie Buchl ‘10 Rose Gawlista Buckles ‘48 John Bulman Margaret J. LeBrasseur Bulman ‘49 † Wayne Bund Stephanie Yandon Burchell and Peter Burchell Janice Nowak Bush ‘74 and Michael Bush Andrea Cadenasso ‘74 Joan Mitchell Caldwell ‘54 and Keith Caldwell Margaret Correia Caliendo ‘86, ‘98 and Jeffrey McMullin Janice Baker Carleton ‘75 and James Carleton Carla Carnegie ‘12 Kathleen West Carry ‘68 Patricia ‘84 and Donald Carver Joan Cassidy ‘86 Kathleen Casson Arturo Ceballos Jeanne Kilwien Chambers ‘74 and Richard Chambers Bimin Chan ‘06 Barbara ‘56 and Raymond Chapman Mary and David Charno Pema Chogyal ‘09 Gertrude Moran Christy ‘41 and Paul Christy Sondra Churchill Mary Arellano Clark ‘60 and Robert Clark Connie Stellbrink Clausing ‘63 and Oliver Clausing Tiffanie ‘06 and Joseph ‘06 Clifford Mary Ann Constans Marsha and John ‘79 Cordova Barbara Corey Susan Hamstreet Couch ‘63 and Gary Couch Jonnel ‘94 and Bruce Covault Alexander Craghead ‘10 Mary Cebula Creitz ‘54 Kathleen Flynn Cunningham ‘57 Gayla D. Cushman-Pike ‘12 Ruth Rondeau Cutler ‘65 Adam Dabrowski ‘12 Lee Ann Rohrer Davidson ‘66 and Robert Davidson Marietta Sullivan DeBruhl ‘53 Antonia Del Valle Bernadette Nebel Dick ‘65 Hiroko Diehl Verity Day Dierauf ‘59 and Edward Dierauf Joanne Raab Dindia ‘51 and Don Dindia Renee Dion-Jennes Kathleen Wells Dodson ‘74 Gerard Domier Margie ‘06 and Patrick Doolan Cary Doucette and Bruce Barnard Camille Dubois Linda Neal Duman ‘70 and Gerald Duman Emma Dye ‘09 Kathleen Carollo Eldrige ‘72 and Steven Eldrige Kathy McIlraith Ellestad ‘70 and Larry Ellestad Environments Karene Erdman ‘01 Dolores Dober Ertler ‘63 and Carl Ertler Carol Winkfield Espe ‘67 and James Espe Marco Espinoza ‘06 Virginia Fast ‘68 Jerilyn ‘02 and George Felton Matthew Ferranto Sylvia Field ‘60 Sean Filzen ‘10 Barbara Nelson Wall Finnie ‘90 and Clifford Finnie Susan Aicher Fish ‘66 and Keith Fish Michael Fisher ‘10 Carley and Evan Fledell Linda Flynn ‘12 Margaret Amarantus Foltyn ‘54 and John Foltyn Patricia Dollowitch Foradori ‘62 and Peter Foradori, Sr. Maureen Forsloff Mary Ann Nelson Fox ‘54 and Jack Fox Kay French Victoria Frey Mary Gunning Frith ‘45 and Fred Frith Deanna Fujita ‘60 Carolyn Fuller Jean Fulton Deborah Gangwer Deborah Garcia ‘12 Karen and Richard Gardiner Joanne Murphy Garrity ‘55 Kirsten Gauthier-Newbury Patricia Stephenson Gebhardt ‘89 Joyce Willinger Geers ‘60 and Gordon Geers Eleanor and Brian Gentry Denice and Edward Ghores Sharon Joseph Giansante ‘60 and Raymond Giansante Barbara Gill ‘95 Emily Ginsburg Wendy Given Christa Glasgow Mary Claire Bauer Glovka ‘64 and Robert Glovka Heide Goertzen Sarah Gomm ‘93 JoAnn Morley Goth ‘53 and Bill Goth Roberta Keenan Gray ‘60 Bonnie Landolt Green ‘64 Karen Green Susan Green ‘01 Nadine Grogan, SNJM ‘60 Linda Grove ‘11 Jeffrey Gudman Paula Guiles ‘70 Myrtle Stangl Gunning ‘54 and Patrick Gunning Marie Haener ‘62 Gina Kokesh Haines ‘76 and William Haines, Jr. Katherine Hall ‘00 Karen Belozer Hamil ‘71 Christian Hanson ‘06 Kathleen Donovan Hanson ‘64 Natalie Harmon ‘11 Marcie ‘96 and Randy Harris Emma Hartman ‘01 Ken Hartman Marlene Hartmann ‘79 Marie Haslam Daisy Walker Hayes ‘82 and Daniel Hayes Pat Nevel Heerman ‘50 Shirley Williams Hendrickson ‘98 and William Hendrickson Sally Heppner ‘07 Kathryn ‘90 and Michael Herr Leah Herzing ‘08 Rita Hess ‘66 Vicki Hess-Smith ‘65 and Roger Smith Sylvia Hester ‘63 Sue Ann Higgens Carol Higgins, SNJM ‘11 Hannah Higgins Katherine O’Neill Higgins ‘47 Yvonne Broussard Hills ‘58 and Harold Hills Nancy Hiss Marilee ‘84 and Steve Hodgen Mary Hoffman Diane Whittenburg Holm ‘62 and Lloyd Holm Linda Crunican Holmbo ‘69 and David Holmbo ‘85 Jonalyn and Michael ‘84 Horsfall Colleen ‘81 and Ronald † Hoss Susan Iwata Housel ‘68 and James Housel Gita Tanna-Howard and Charles Howard Nancy ‘66 and Harold Howard Beverly Humphrey ‘71, ‘82 Marilyn Vitus Hunter ‘61 Dian and Robert Hutchin Beth Hutchins Helen and Leroy Hutzler, III David Jackson Julie Wiener Jacoby ‘64 Sonia Gonzalez Jager ‘73 and Michael Jager Amy Jaloviar ‘05 Phyllis and George Johanson 24 | marylhurst.edu Ava Barbee Johnson ‘98 and Downer Johnson Carol Boisselle Johnson ‘94, ‘96 and Whitford Johnson Helen Johnson ‘80 and David Ibbotson Joyce ‘67 and Ray Johnson Julia Johnson ‘06 Susan Henderson Johnson ‘68 Anthony Jones ‘09 Glenice and Lester Jones Kimberly Jones ‘06 Shelley Jordon Marguerite Boyce Kasberger ‘52 Mary Elfering Kavanaugh ‘58 and Francis Kavanaugh Kiku ‘81 and Teruo Kawata Patricia Taylor Kays ‘64 Tamara Kennedy ‘08 Inez Nyser Keough ‘62 and Richard Keough Perrin Kerns Noor Khaki David Kinyon ‘11 Marianne Klekacz ‘05 Rachel Carr Klippenstein ‘91 and Marc Klippenstein Shirley Huffman Klug ‘58 and Richard Klug Shelly Kokkeler ‘73 Marilyn Kongslie Margueritte Jette Kosovich ‘65 and Jerald Kosovich Dave Kronsteiner Lesley Latourette Krueger ‘57 and Erlyn Krueger Helen Kelsh Krzmarzick ‘62 and Andrew Krzmarzick Guyanne Pool Kucera ‘61 Madeline Kwok-Dodd ‘73 and Joseph Dodd Cheryl Farley Labavitch ‘87 Bonnie Laing-Malcolmson Kenneth Lajoy Mary E. Brozene LaJoy ‘45 † Steven Lamb ‘05 Kathleen Lane ‘49 Christine Laptuta Joan Parker Larsell ‘50 and David Larsell Dwyn Anne Jones Lean ‘66 Janet Hill LeBlanc ‘92 and Monty LeBlanc Cynthia Kirk and Jim Leisy Marilyn Zinnie Lemm ‘58 Dolores Leonard ‘47 Cathie Wong Lime ‘57 Margaret Wolfgram Lindstrom ‘45 and Carl Lindstrom Jane Grosulak Liston ‘61 and Thomas Liston Jeanette Maresh Little ‘74 and Robert Little Steve Longan Nancy Looney ‘73 Allie ‘07 and Joel Losli Joyce Lozito Carolyn Miotke Lulay ‘69 and Thomas Lulay Doris Why Lum ‘56 Catherine Paiva Lux ‘74 and Jeffery Lux Virginia Long Lynch ‘52 and Donald Lynch Cheryl MacDonald ‘09 Patricia Allen Maddux ‘60 Ann Reynolds Madigan ‘59 Susan Madison ‘06 Gabriella Maertens ‘62 and Iwli Kotubetey Bill Maier James Malin Rosemary Ruminski Maloney ‘49 † Kathleen Maney ‘58 Linda Mar Roberta Margolis Corey Marks ‘10 Kay Del Leavitt Marshall ‘80, ‘85 and Michael Doster Marilyn Ferretty Martin ‘61 Brittney Mast Patricia Kremer Mathews ‘54 and George Mathews Susan Matranga-Watson ‘99 Ethan Matthes Cindy Maulsby Ann ‘99 and Scott Maxwell Gwenda White McCall ‘69 and Terry McCall Julie M. McCann Kathleen Fletcher McCann ‘83 and Joseph McCann Carolyn Reif McClelland ‘59 and Lee McClelland Alissa McCrann ‘04 Marguerite ‘81 and Daniel McDevitt Lucille Paulsohn McEntee ‘53 and Patrick McEntee Goldie Oules McFadden ‘51 Carl McFarland Noreen Saltveit McGraw ‘53 Patricia ‘90 and Bruce McLain Sarah McMullen ‘12 Patricia Nowak McPherson ‘72 and Steve McPherson Janis McSharry ‘59 Susan Handler Medak ‘69 and William Medak Sarah and Andrew Meigs Linda Sue Weber Meskew ‘93 and James Meskew Christine and John Michel Ann Manning Mielke ‘54 Betse Judd Miller ‘78 and David Miller Rebecca and Robert '11, '13 Miller Sharon Keating Miller ‘68 and Thomas Miller Beverly Lundstrom Milliron ‘47 and Ray Milliron Cherene C. Mills Jean Daugherity Mills ‘51 and Howard Mills Paul Missal Barbara Gay Mitchell ‘05 and Charles Mitchell Jean Flynn Mitchell ‘53 Kathleen Custer Mitchell ‘68 and Joseph Mitchell Kathleen Sharp Mitchell ‘42 Janet Rugen Mittelstaedt ‘84 and Ronald Mittelstaedt Kathleen Santelli Montavon ‘65 and Raymond Montavon Janet Moore Sarah Morgan Sally Doherty Morris ‘51 Catherine Sullivan Morrow ‘70 and Robert Morrow Frances Fischer Munson ‘49 and Eugene Munson Patricia Joy Natseos ‘71 and James Natseos Cynthia Nawalinski and Charles Turner Edward Nelson ‘77 Laureen Bloomer Nemerow ‘75 and Glen Nemerow John Nichols Patricia Mullins Nichols ‘43 and Alfred Nichols Nancy Williams Nordeck ‘65 and Charles Nordeck Delores Nunn Barbara Nye ‘83 Suzanne O’Connell ‘62 Akintomide Oladapo ‘11 Marie Cray O’Leary ‘52 and John O’Leary Becky ‘03 and Bill Olson Twylah Olson ‘78 Laura O’Neill ‘09 Mary Shaw Onstott ‘71 and Edward Onstott Peggy O’Phelan ‘71 and Steven Schaubel ‘86 Jennifer M. Ortiz ‘12 Randolph Ortiz ‘11 Kathleen Overton ‘65, ‘87 Heidi Owens Kathleen Padden ‘53 Eugenia Pardue Katherine Parker Michael Paruch ‘10 D.R. and M.E. Paul Daniel Peabody Joanna Peacock ‘80 Ellison Pearson Jody ‘00 and Joel Pearson Teresa and Michael Pearson Karen Pederson Pediatric Sensory Therapy Sandra Percival Scott Perkins ‘03 Nathaniel Phillips Mary Ann Duyck Plant ‘61 and Richard Plant Victoria Poarch ‘06 Cristine and James Ponti Anne MacDonald Porter ‘63 Gary Powers Cheryl Puchrik ‘93, ‘95 and Anthony Puchrik ‘95 Maureen McMahon Ramos ‘64 and Joseph Ramos Kimberly and Guy Randles Cecilia Ranger, SNJM ‘55* Mary Lu McDonald Rappleyea ‘45 Sandra ‘10 and Tom Rasch Myrna and Thomas Rattle Dolores Hughet Raymond ‘88 Margaret ‘64 and Chris Reed Julia Reisinger Jane Rickenbaugh Prudence Roberts Lynne and James Roe Virginia Saladino Rolland ‘59 and Ron Rolland Sharon ‘00 and Stephen Roso Jacqueline Rosini Rossini ‘59 Kenneth Roth ‘87 Valerie ‘87 and Raymond Rouse Zona Ruhl Brenda and John Rush Robert Ryan Joan Saalfeld, SNJM ‘64 Melania Smith Sarnowski ‘62 and George Sarnowski Eugenia Scarpelli-Enslow ‘68 and Larry Enslow Peggy O’Phelan ‘71 and Steven Schaubel ‘86 Diane Linker Schlack ‘91 Alice Bates Schlenker ‘78 and Harold Schlenker Justin Schmick ‘04 Andy Schmidt ‘03 Lisa Schmidt ‘93 Mary Ann Hoffmann Schnorenberg ‘57 and Charles Schnorenberg Charles Schroeder ‘80 Mary Ann and Bruce Schroeder Elizabeth Skinner Sekreta ‘43 and John Sekreta, Sr. Rita Francois Selin ‘59 and A. Richard Selin Laura Sequeira Marguerite Kelly Shanahan ‘53 and William Shanahan Anne Curran Sheahan ‘61 and James Sheahan Ann Sheridan ‘55 and James Flynn Margaret Shirley Margret ‘84 and David Short Joanna Rood Simmons ‘97 Maggie Doolen and John Slocom Angela Kintz Smith ‘75 and George Smith Brenda Henderson Smith ‘73 and Whitley Smith Bridget Smith ‘71 and Jim Asper Dixie Holden Smith ‘67 Katherine Smith ‘90, ‘92 Kinuko Smith Venus Smith Wilda Smith ‘07 Judith Daniloff Snider ‘91 Stephanie and Jonathan Snyder Colleen Joy Sobieski ‘66 and James Sobieski Mary Kileen Sparks ‘71 and Clarence Sparks Christine Stevens ‘08 Mary Pinkerton Stevens ‘69 and Charles Stevens Andrea Westwood Stine ‘61 and Charles Stine Emily Stordahl ‘99 Joan and James Strassmaier Kathleen Stupfel, SNJM ‘41 *LT Norma Ling Sullivan ‘81 and Jack Sullivan Kelley and Joseph Sunderland Annabel Tadej Super ‘59 and Joseph Super Linda Ross Swanson ‘81 Marilyn Swayze ‘78 Darla and Keith Swensen Lynn Szender Linda and John Tesner Lois Thadei ‘83, ‘91 Yvonne Smith Thomas ‘62 and Gary Thomas John Thompson Lynda Thompson, SNJM ‘65* Joseph Thurston Patricia Tibbetts-Blair ‘01 Gertrude Agnew Tobin ‘40 and Robert Tobin Margaret Mary Tobin ‘49 Toni Avery ‘06 and Richard Truitt Elena DeMartino Turple ‘36 JoAnne Brelin Urevich ‘61 and Ralph Urevich Kelda Van Patten Melinda and Anthony Veliz Rashell Ver Valin ‘12 Patricia Paulsen Vincent ‘50 and James Vincent Celia Volk Marjorie Wilkerson Vuylsteke ‘56 Lois Wagner ‘04 Katharyne Sykes Waldon ‘82 and James Waldon Anne and Paul Wallace Theresa Wallace ‘96 Tyler Wallace Michael Walsh Helen Wand ‘60 Heather Watkins Julia and William Wayne Christine ‘64 and Robert Weber-Kearney Nancy Welch ‘56 Claudine Richardson Werner ‘64 Denise ‘07 and Ken Wetherell Catherine Wheatley ‘00 Shoko White ‘06 Namita Wiggers Dorothy Wilhelm ‘84 Patricia Harrington Wilhelm ‘58 and George Wilhelm Christina Williams ‘09 Kevin Williams Terri Williams ‘97 Delores Wilson ‘93 *Marylhurst University trustee 2012-2013 and/or 2013-2014 ~ Matching gift corporation/foundation (in full or in part) † Deceased *LT = Marylhurst University life trustee *IK = In kind donor (in full or in part) Marylhurst Unlimited | 25 Chloe Ryan Winston ‘52 Tania Wisotzke ‘06 Jodi Wittnebel ‘11 Pat Franz Wolfe ‘82 Judy Zimmerman Wolff ‘63 and Roy Wolff Beverly Wong ‘82 and David Lifton Carolyn Forman Wood ‘62 Rosemary and William Wood Mary Pynes Woodford-Beals ‘81 Alan Woodward ‘11 Scott Work ‘04 Mary Wurdinger ‘94 and Howard Wurdinger Judy and Loren Wyss Olivia Yeung ‘09, ‘12 June Young ‘95 Kyle Zeider ‘06 Barbara O’Hanlon Zembsch ‘55 Susan Prichard Zenner ‘64 and James Zenner Mary and Ed* Vranizan should have been recognized at the President's Society - Silver level in the FY 11-12 Donor Recognition list. We regret the miscategorization. Bronze $1,000-$2,499 Anonymous Whitney and Thomas Braden Kimberly and Stephen Brown Molly and Stewart Butler Columbia Bank Patricia Irwin Crocker ‘46 and Jack Crocker Custom Decorators, Inc. First Republic *IK Heather Schreiber Killough Diana Pierce Knox ‘73* and William Knox, Jr. Park Academy Martin Ringle Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. Tom Tsuruta Stoel Rives LLP US Bank Half Team Sponsor Portland General Electric Summer on the Green Sponsors Aequitas Capital Management, Inc. HomeStreet Bank Gifts in Kind Educator $500-$999 Anonymous Marilyn Fellers Fink ‘69 & Thomas Fink Dianna and Gregory Hogensen ING Financial Group Theresa Lamb O’Hanlon ‘50 and James O’Hanlon *LT Golf Classic Presenting Bon Appétit Management Co. Columbia Bank Annual Sponsors Presenting Bon Appétit Management Co. Banquet Sponsor Bon Appétit Management Co. Platinum $10,000+ Aequitas Capital Management, Inc. 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Murdock Charitable Trust~ Murphy Company New Life Foundation Nike, Inc. *IK North Star Foundation Oregon Arts Commission Oregon Education Association Orenco Sash & Door Inc. *IK Oswego Hills Winery *IK Pacific Power Pacific Power Foundation Park Academy Parkin Electric, Inc. *IK Charles Patrick Memorial Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation PDX Contemporary Art Pearson Embanet Pediatric Sensory Therapy Port of Portland Portland Classic Guitar *IK Portland General Electric~ Portland Spirit *IK PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Regional Arts & Culture Council Roseburg Forest Products Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. Schommer & Sons, Inc. Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. The L. S. (Sam) Shoen Foundation Sisters of St. Mary of Oregon Sisters of the Holy Names US-Ontario Province Corporation Stego Industries LLC *IK Sarah A. Stewart Foundation Stoel Rives LLP Tucci Ristorante *IK The Robert C. & Nani S. Warren Foundation US Bank VISA~ The Walking Company *IK Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Foundation~ Wheeler Foundation-OR E. L. Wiegand Foundation Women’s Architectural League Juan Young Trust Young Audiences of Oregon Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities Scholarship Donors BiMart Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Carpenter Foundation Costco Wholesale JELD-WEN Foundation KeyBank Knife River Corp Leupold & Stevens NW Natural PCC Structurals PGE Foundation Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust United Parcel Service US Bancorp Wells Fargo 26 | marylhurst.edu The Belluschi Pavilion – Now Open! Late in 2009, Tim Mather, an admirer of the Mid-Century Modern style of architecture, saved from destruction a historically significant Lake Oswego home built in that style and donated it to Marylhurst. It arrived on campus disassembled and stored in a freight container. Designed by Portland-based Pietro Belluschi, F.A.I.A. (18991994), a world-renowned architect and leader of the Mid-Century Modern movement, and built by local contractor John Kinsman, it was the home of the Griffith family for many years. Fast forward nearly four years. Thanks to the cash and in-kind contributions of many, including the Kinsman Foundation, Pietro Belluschi’s family and the Griffith children (now adults), the Belluschi Pavilion at Marylhurst University opened in September 2013. It will serve as an educational resource for our students, architecture aficionados and the local community, as well as a lasting tribute to Belluschi himself. We honor those who have helped make the Belluschi Pavilion a reality. Belluschi Pavilion Anonymous Betty Allen Arcalus LLC *IK Arts Action Alliance Foundation The Bank of Oswego Anthony Belluschi Peter Belluschi Elaine Bloomer Mary Lee Boklund Diane and John Bradshaw Kimberly and Stephen Brown Richard Brown Molly Butler and Stewart Butler Dianne and Eric Carlson Mary Jo Jwayad Carr ‘59 and Norman Carr Roger Cherry Gene Christian Pamela and Ronald Clem Coffman Excavation *IK Marylou Colver The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Debbie and Dave Craig Barnes Ellis Enyeart Cedar Products *IK Akiko ‘05 and Robert Erwin Christina Eugenis and Stan Amy Expanko, Inc. *IK Libby Farr Floor Solutions, LLC *IK Janet and Gregory Fowler Don Frisbee Debra Giannini ‘09 Sylvia Giustina ‘56* Patricia ‘85 and Henry Grass Pat and John Griffith Sue Griffith Elizabeth and Joachim Grube Grummel Engineering, LLC *IK Jeffrey Gudman Judie and John Hammerstad Joan Hayware Kathleen Sullivan Heath ‘53 and Edward Heath Lynn Herring Sandra Hetzel *IK Nancy Hiss Kasey and Steve Holwerda Ivey Jacobson & Company CPAs Bernice and Wendell Jeffrey Donna and Andy Jordan Carol Karlson ‘11 Kinsman Foundation Knife River Corporation *IK Walt Krumbholz Susanna and Frank Kuo Lake Oswego Preservation Society Pat and Michael Lammers Grace Locke Gregory MacPherson Susan Marcus Richard Mark Kathleen and Stanley Martin Marylhurst University *IK Susan Mather Tim Mather *IK Mary Mayer ‘69 Michael and Michael McCulloch Ian McCutcheon Patricia McDonald Judy and Louis McGraw Helen J. 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