Pacific University Annual Report 2009-2010
It's been quite a year at Pacific, with many accomplishments and milestones reached. We'd like to thank all of our alumni and friends for the tremendous support--from attending events to signing a check to telling a student about your experience.
OFFICE OF UNIVERSITY RELATI 2009�2010 ANNUAL REPORT 2043 College Way Forest Grove, OR 9711 PA C I F IC UNIVERSITY VISION 2020 DISCOVERY is an integral and essential component of the education process. The highest quality programs are delivered in a manner that is SUSTAINABLE economically and environmentally. The Pacific mission of education, discovery and service requires a rich DIVERSITY of ideas, people and cultures. EXCELLENCE is achieved by supporting the people who deliver and receive the University's programs. Pacific graduates are motivated and prepared to contribute to the GLOBAL COMMUNITY. 2009�2010 ANNUAL REPORT Letter from Board Chair Mindy Cameron .............................. 3 Letter from President Lesley M. Hallick ................................... 4 Celebrating Our Community Banner Year for Science ................................................ 6 Murdock Grants Vision 2020 | Discovery ............................................. 8 The Right Thing To Do................................................. 10 Natalie Reed Vision 2020 | Sustainability .................................... 12 Brightening Futures ................................................... 14 Hawai'i Student Scholarship Fund The Class of 1960 Vision 2020 | Diversity ............................................ 16 A Cut Above ............................................................... 18 Fred Scheller Vision 2020 | Excellence .......................................... 20 A Giving Spirit ........................................................... 22 Charles Trombley Society Vision 2020 | Global Community ............................ 24 By the Numbers | Charts & Graphs ...................................... 26 Thank You to Those Who Give President's Circle ......................................................... 36 Evergreen Society ....................................................... 37 Charles Trombley Society ............................................ 38 Sidney Harper Marsh Society....................................... 41 Boxers & Badgers Level ............................................... 47 Student Giving............................................................ 65 Heart of Oak Society................................................... 67 Phonathon Callers ....................................................................... 68 Senior Officers ............................................................................. 69 Board of Trustees ......................................................................... 70 2 FROM THE BOARD CHAIR It has been my distinct pleasure and honor to serve as chair of the Board of Trustees this past year. This has been an exciting year of growth and progress, with many faculty, staff and student accomplishments. It has also been a year when we said sad but fond farewell to alumni Fred Scheller and Tom Holce both of whom passed away this spring. We will, of course, remember them for their financial contributions, but most of all for their creative energy and their unique Boxer Spirit, which has helped us to this high point in the University's history. Many, many individuals, organizations and groups are necessary to sustain a growing and vibrant university. I want to take a moment to thank each and every one of you and invite you to explore the pages of this report, with an eye towards this past year of accomplishments, and the exciting years ahead. Sincerely, Mindy Cameron Chair, Board of Trustees Mindy Cameron welcomes Lesley Hallick as Pacific's 17th President. VISION 2020 | LETTER FROM THE BOARD CHAIR 3 FROM THE PRESIDENT Although it is hard to believe, this letter marks my first full year as president of Pacific. And what a wonderful year it's been! The first comprehensive planning effort that I undertook was quickly dubbed the "Listening Tour," in which I met with dozens of groups of students, faculty, alumni and friends of the University. These sessions focused on two key questions I posed to each group: What is it that is so special about Pacific that it is imperative that we protect and nurture it? What are your dreams and aspirations for the future of Pacific? On campus and off, and with alumni groups across the country, we held more than 90 question and answer sessions and countless individual meetings to listen to the answers to these questions and to develop our goals and objectives for the next decade. It was an exhilarating and inspiring experience--learning always is--but it was also fascinating to contrast the remarkable consistency of the answers to the first question with the breadth and variety of the hopes and aspirations we have for Pacific expressed in the answers to the second question. 4 VISION 2020 | LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Last December I presented my initial draft of "Vision 2020--A Framework for the Next Decade," to the Board of Trustees. This vision is based upon five framing principles. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Discovery is an integral and essential component of the education process The highest quality programs are delivered in a manner that is sustainable economically and environmentally The Pacific mission of education, discovery and service requires a rich diversity of ideas, people and cultures Excellence is achieved by supporting the people who deliver and receive the University's programs Pacific's graduates are motivated and prepared to contribute to the global community This fall we presented to the Board of Trustees an enhanced view of how these principles play out and what next steps must be prioritized as we look to the decade ahead for Pacific. Perhaps not surprising to those of you who have supported Pacific so generously in the past, by far our most urgent priorities are the support of students through endowed scholarships and the creation of enhanced educational facilities. You will hear much more about these exciting initiatives in the near future. I want to thank everyone who took the time to ask a question or provide input during this process. Thanks too, to all of you who gave of your time or your gifts to help us move forward this year. Your support is absolutely crucial to building a University that is ever more able to share "the Pacific experience" with a new generation of students. I invite you read on to discover a few of the things we have accomplished together this past year. Warmest regards, Lesley M. Hallick, Ph.D. President DISCOVERY SUSTAINABILITY DIVERSITY EXCELLENCE GLOBAL COMMUNITY Summer research students and faculty meet to discuss their projects in Strain Hall. The summer program is made possible in part by the Murdock Trust grant. 6 C E L E B R AT I N G O U R C O M M U N I T Y Banner Year for Science | Murdock Grants THE POWER OF A GIF T It was a banner year for science at Pacific as the program received one of its most significant gifts ever from long-time supporter the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust: a three-year $325,000 grant and admission into the Trust's College Science Research Program. The College Science Research Program bolsters faculty and undergraduate student research efforts in the natural sciences through grants to institutions with the capacity to develop division-wide, faculty-student summer research programs that can be sustained with institutional resources and external funding. While it's an important financial boost, it also increases the probability of additional support for Pacific's growing science programs. "It's more than just the money," says Dean of Arts & Sciences John Hayes. "It's the recognition by an outside organization that Pacific is doing high-quality research." The impact is already being felt. New equipment to study DNA sequences and the properties of fluorescent compounds was purchased. The Murdock funds added eight faculty members and 15 students to the summer research program this summer, for a record total of 19 faculty members working with 40 students. Projects are intensive, mostly field experiences with students working one-to-one with faculty mentors. "The Murdock funding provides a huge boost to Pacific in many other ways as well," says Physics Professor James Butler, the undergraduate research program's principle investigator. "The research done by students in collaboration with faculty mentors will position them to be successful in their post-Pacific endeavors such as going on to top graduate programs." In addition, "The funding lays the foundation for faculty to be successful in producing peerreviewed work and obtaining other grants," says Butler. "The list of institutions who have been awarded this grant includes nearly all of the most prestigious private colleges and universities in the Pacific Northwest and represents a significant step forward." The National Science Foundation awarded a $554,248 grant to the College of Arts & Sciences for a computer science summer camp for seventh and eighth grade girls. Associate Professor Shereen Khoja was one of the project leads for the fourweek Girls Gather for Computer Science camp. The funds will ensure enrollment of 30 campers for three consecutive summers. "We believe the impact of such a camp will be decisive, not just for the 90 girls who will go through the camp, but also for their parents, friends and teachers," Khoja said. pacificu.edu/annualreport 7 1 1 VISION 2020 DISCOVERY If you go for a walk near Berglund Hall on the Forest Grove campus, you can't help but smile as peals of laughter ring out from the playground at the Early Learning Community. The center for preschoolers and kindergartners emphasizes a play-oriented learning experience for both the young students and students in the College of Education. Started two years ago with 40 young students, the Early Learning Community began this fall with a full load of 60 youngsters. Pacific's Interprofessional Diabetes Clinic at the Health Professions Campus opened in June, thanks to a $94,000 grant from The Regence Foundation and $10,000 from The Standard. The clinic focuses on the high incidence of diabetes in the Latino population. The first day of the clinic saw six faculty and eight student interns treating five new patients in a little over three hours. The clinic plans to see up to 1,000 patients annually, and will be open one day and one evening a week. The College of Optometry's Vision Performance Institute (VPI) has been awarded a $75,000 grant from the Macular Degeneration Foundation to conduct a three-year longitudinal study of the impact excessive light has on the aging process of eyes. Associate Professor of Optometry John R. Hayes said the award will allow the VPI to test hypotheses to determine whether or not the body's generation of lipofuscin, a waste product that accumulates in the eyes over an individual's lifetime, increases when the eyes are exposed to more light than they can fully process. 2 2 2 3 3 8 VISION 2020 | DISCOVERY 1 Student Teacher Sarah Lorence leads a lesson on butterflies at the Early Learning Community. DISCOVERY SUSTAINABILITY DIVERSITY EXCELLENCE GLOBAL COMMUNITY "Even if I can't donate a huge sum of money, I donate my time and what money I'm able to the school that I can only say good things about. It is simply the right thing to do." 10 C E L E B R AT I N G O U R C O M M U N I T Y The Right Thing To Do | Natalie Reed `97, P.T. '00 THE POWER OF A GIFT Natalie Reed hasn't been out of college long, but she's already a steady donor, a "give back" to the school that helped set her life course. For Reed, the road to becoming a physical therapist began in high school when she hurt her back and received physical therapy. When she entered college, she was thinking of working with athletes, a natural for the Pacific softball player, but she got increasingly interested in geriatric care. Now with an undergraduate degree in biology (1997) and graduate degree in physical therapy (2000), she works extensively with older people. "I find this group as a whole takes much interest in their health and will often times devote the time it takes to improve their situation. I love the interaction and stories." Over the last ten years she's worked with numerous elderly patients who had joint replacement surgery. Always a strong advocate for empowering patients to be more active in their own recovery and healthcare, she jumped at the chance for a new position that would allow her to have more direct involvement in patient care. She recently joined Willamette Valley Medical Center in The Joint Replacement Institute in McMinnville, Ore. "Since this program opened in June, we have seen an immediate and huge improvement in patient outcomes and this is very rewarding for me," Natalie says. She's involved with care process development, still works with patients daily and teaches a weekly pre-operative class, a combination she's really enjoying. When Reed began her studies at Pacific, she was only 17 and had really never been away from home. She found the University nurturing and inspiring, small enough to find her place and not be overlooked, but large enough to deliver the training she sought. "My experience at Pacific was incredibly important in making me who I am today," she says, and was a key to staying involved and becoming a donor. "Even if I can't donate a huge sum of money, I donate my time and what money I'm able to the school that I can only say good things about. It is simply the right thing to do." Student giving has ramped up for three years and continues to grow. Annual Giving Coordinator Meredith Brynteson '08 notes that a total of 170 students became donors this year, including 18 percent of seniors. About 12 percent of the undergraduate student body gave. Many gave in honor of a favorite teacher or staff member who helped them along. "We want to thank all the students who gave and encourage all alumni to follow their example," says Brynteson. pacificu.edu/annualreport 11 1 1 VISION 2020 SUSTAINABILITY Sixteen professors, in disciplines ranging from art to foreign languages to mathematics, are all working on sustainability-related projects in the College of Arts & Sciences and increased focus has been placed on interdisciplinary efforts. For instance, Professor Terry O'Day (left) now holds a joint appointment in Environmental Studies and Art. "Sustainability is increasingly a key theme for Arts & Sciences classes," says Deke Gunderson, Professor of Environmental Studies. This fall, the seminars for first year students will incorporate outside speakers on sustainability practices, he notes. A new garden sits just north of the Forest Grove campus' tennis courts on University Avenue. Known as the Students for Organic Living Garden, the site is an example of how students can maintain a sustainable, effective garden that is aesthetically appealing. The garden serves the campus not only as a space for growing food, but also for study, art projects, cook-offs, social gatherings and education. The idea springs from permaculture�a form of agriculture and community building that treats people and farms as ecosystems. Plots will be rented out to members of the Pacific community. Several faculty, staff and student groups are working together to promote sustainability at Pacific. This year, the University passed a sustainability policy and joined the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, an international group of colleges and universities that strive to be leaders in sustainability transformation. Visit www.pacificu.edu/sustainability for information on a variety of programs, including transportation alternatives, food services, waste reduction and tips on what you can do. 2 2 2 3 3 3 12 VISION 2020 | S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y 2 Alumnus Robin Johnson '09 and Professor of Environmental Studies Deke Gundersen (right) work on the Students for Organic Living Garden. DISCOVERY SUSTAINABILITY DIVERSITY EXCELLENCE GLOBAL COMMUNITY "The Pacific experience is like no other." 14 C E L E B R AT I N G O U R C O M M U N I T Y Brightening Futures One of the key components of financial aid, endowed scholarships, facilitate a lasting legacy of support for students in need. Also, with a minimum gift of $25,000, endowed scholarships are designed to grow over time. THE POWER OF A GIFT Pacesetters scholarship recipient Tiara Herr, a Banks, Ore. high school graduate, has set her sights on becoming a pediatric oncologist. "I would like to give back to the doctors who fought so hard to save my life when I had cancer. I feel I can relate to my patients on a much more personal note because I've been through it myself." A first-generation college student, she received not only the Pacesetters award, but also a music talent scholarship from Pacific plus other local scholarships. "Without Pacific's generosity, I wouldn't have been able to attend the college that I truly feel is the place I belong," Herr says. Hawai'i Student Scholarship Fund The Na Haumana 'O Hawai'i/Hawai'i Student Scholarship Fund was established by Gary Pacarro '74 and his wife Gwen in 2003. The fund assists Hawaiian students with academic promise and financial need at the junior, senior and graduate level. Gary and Gwen have long been involved in philanthropy, both for Punahou School, the K-12 school where they met, and at Pacific. Gary, who performed in the Lu'au as a student, is still actively involved and was the king of the 50th event. "The Pacific experience is like no other," says Gary. It fosters many life-long friendships, including particularly close bonds within the Hawai'i Club, which he likens to a combined fraternity/sorority. That "ohana" or family spirit lives through the Lu'au and continuing friendships with Pacific alumni on the Islands. The Class of 1960 The Class of 1960 has started fundraising for a new scholarship called The Class of 1960 Endowed Memorial Scholarship. The idea, says Marge Putman Lanthier '60, is to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the class and to honor classmates who have passed away. Also, remembering their own struggles getting through school, the scholarship is aimed at assisting juniors and seniors. "Several of our classmates said they were able to raise enough money to start university, but then had a tough time funding their final two years," she says. "Also, if a student did well enough at Pacific to continue, we knew they were serious students and on their way to becoming graduates." The class is looking for pledges for three years through 2012, so the scholarship can be awarded in 2013. 1 1 VISION 2020 DIVERSITY The Center for Languages and International Collaboration (CLIC) opened last fall during the University's annual Around the World Celebration--an apt way to dedicate a location where global understanding and learning is emphasized. The CLIC, located in Scott Hall, includes computer stations, recording and editing resources, theaters, international broadcasts and international print materials for students, staff and faculty. Development of the center was funded through the Meyer Memorial Trust, The Collins Foundation, NorthWest Academic Computing Consortium, individual donors and the University. Speeches, marches, dance, music and food help celebrate and honor diversity on campus each year. Martin Luther King Day brings people together for a march through downtown Forest Grove and a program on campus. Similarly, the annual Asian Day features food and music to celebrate the various Asian countries represented at Pacific. Dan McKitrick, professor emeritus in the School of Professional Psychology, was one of two people nationwide honored by the National Council of Schools and Programs of Professional Psychology for his commitment to racial diversity. McKitrick worked to include diversity instruction and awareness in all academic, clinical and research activities in the School. Touch the Future is another Pacific program which serves underrepresented populations, including Latinos, African Americans and Asian Americans. Some 100 local students grades eight to 11 participate in the College of Education's program, which is designed to introduce students to university life and to help them explore different courses of study. 2 2 2 3 3 16 VISION 2020 | DIVERSITY 1 Through the Center for Languages and International Collaboration students at Pacific can engage in coursework with students in other nations around the world, in real time, via advanced video conferencing technology. A student at Pacific who has never left the state of Oregon, can form a friendship and learn with a student in Ecuador, Trinidad, China or Japan. DISCOVERY SUSTAINABILITY DIVERSITY EXCELLENCE GLOBAL COMMUNITY Fred Scheller was well known for mentoring, encouraging and cajoling speech, radio and TV students to do their best and believe in themselves--so they too could go out and make a difference. 18 C E L E B R AT I N G O U R C O M M U N I T Y A Cut Above | Fred Scheller Forensics team into a fearsome vocal force. His connections in Portland resulted in Pacific receiving high-quality radio and TV equipment, not the usual outdated hand-me-downs. The equipment was used to start KPUR, the student radio station, and at the time, the only college TV studio in the area. Long-time Portland Trailblazers radio producer Dave Bell echoes the experience of many a Scheller student: "Fred was a great teacher because he not only knew how to educate us on the subject matter, he knew how to make sure we got it. He knew when to put pressure on us to absorb the material, he knew when to ease off and go one-on-one. Fred was a taskmaster in that he wouldn't allow any of us to slack off or complete lessthan-competent work. `If you're going to do it, do it right.� Those words have served as a mantra ever since I first heard them nearly 50 years ago. Even though he could be--and usually was--tough, at the end of the day, and certainly at the end of our college careers, he was our best friend." THE POWER OF A GIFT Excellence can be defined in many ways, but the word almost always means a cut above, a person or thing that stands out from the crowd. So it was for the late Fred Scheller, alumnus, teacher, mentor, donor and all-around supporter of all that Pacific is and could be. He was well known for mentoring, encouraging and cajoling speech, radio and TV students to do their best and believe in themselves--so they too could go out and make a difference. Many of the hundreds he taught have done that. For Scheller, though, excellence was more than a kind word or a sharp observation. It was putting in the time, a kind of voting with the feet, that he valued. Fred traveled to Hawai'i many times to tell students of the small school and family-friendly atmosphere at Pacific. That resonated because most Hawaiians come from small towns and tight-knit families. He helped found the famed Pacific Lu'au and attended every one of them, except the milestone 50th installment this year. He was too ill to attend and died shortly after. He spent countless hours teaching speech and honing the Pacific Every spring, students receiving scholarships, and their benefactors, get to meet and enjoy a lively reception at the University. Cassie Roberts, an undergraduate scholarship recipient, summed up the thoughts of many of the other students attending this year, noting the funds, "remove some of the financial burden that faces college students everywhere." She added, "I want to thank each and every one of you for making a difference in a student's life." A video of the 2010 reception is at www.pacificu.edu/offices/ur/development. pacificu.edu/annualreport 19 1 1 VISION 2020 EXCELLENCE Two more Pacific graduates are Fulbright Scholars this fall, bringing to 23 the number of students who have won the prestigious award over past few years. This year's winners are Fiona Munoz '10 (left) and Angelica Rockquemore '10 (right). Munoz, a sociology major also trained in performing arts, will work with rehabilitation centers in Cambodia to help sex trafficking victims. Rockquemore, a triple major in anthropology, international studies and Japanese, plans to study and conduct research on traditional Japanese Gardens at Kyoto University in Japan. In a day filled with sunshine, parents and flowers, seniors in the College of Arts & Sciences and College of Education presented their Senior Capstone projects in April. Not without a few nervous tremors, the students presented on everything from the impact of athletics on student academic achievement to a study on how immigration has changed family meals. Students gave 218 presentations (some on more than one topic) in 16 different classrooms, followed by a late afternoon reception for families, students and staff. Pacific's Speech Team made its fourth consecutive trip to the International Forensics Association Tournament in Berlin, Germany and had five students advance to the final rounds, including senior Casey Nishimura, who won the team's second international title in as many years. In addition, senior David Maile was Northwest Forensics Conference Champion, the first time in recent memory. In all, it was a "highlight reel" season, with the squad competing in 11 tournaments. Some 93 speeches advanced to the finals, including 24 first place and 20 second place finishes. 2 2 2 2 3 3 20 VISION 2020 | EXCELLENCE 1 Angelica Rockquemore '10 is now in Japan on a Fulbright grant, examining the cultural preservation and restoration of traditional Japanese gardens. DISCOVERY SUSTAINABILITY DIVERSITY EXCELLENCE GLOBAL COMMUNITY The namesake for Pacific's newest giving society, Charles Trombley graduated from Pacific in 1954 and began his illustrious 30-year career at Pacific. 22 C E L E B R AT I N G O U R C O M M U N I T Y A Giving Spirit | Charles Trombley Society THE POWER OF A GIFT Charles Trombley '54, was one of those staff members who truly embodied the culture of caring for which Pacific is widely known. As dean of admissions and later dean of students for more than 30 years, he kept the young men of McCormick "Mac" Hall in line and took a personal interest in students' lives, offering a sympathetic ear and sage academic and life advice when needed. He had a fine tenor singing voice too, honed during his days as a music major. After graduation, in addition to his Pacific duties, he taught voice lessons and directed plays and operas throughout the area. He was one of the founders of Theatre in the Grove, where he performed in more than 30 roles. Trombley received the University's first Outstanding Alumnus Award in 1983 and Trombley Square, the Forest Grove campus' main outdoor plaza, is named for him. In order to honor his giving spirit and the continuing impact on the many students who received support and nurturing from "Charlie" and his wife Betty, Pacific began its newest giving society in 2009. The Charles Trombley Society is part of the Annual Fund, a top fundraising priority. The Society recognizes donors who give a leadership gift of $1,000 or more, funds that support today's students in a variety of ways through scholarships and financial aid. Gifts can be directed to a particular college or program. Members receive invitations to special events and receptions, including the annual President's Dinner, an insider's newsletter from the President and discounts at the Pacific Bookstore. Members also gain the satisfaction of knowing their funds go directly to help shape a new generation of well-rounded global citizens. Gene McIntyre '60 remembers Trombley as a man with indefatigable energy, who wore a lot of hats beyond his official title. McIntyre credits Trombley and Meredith McVicker, then Pacific's director of students and dean of what was then the School of Education, for lighting the spark. This took him from self-described marginal high school student to a doctorate in education and a successful career as a teacher and administrator. Just one 8 $1,000 gift provides a student with books and supplies for one year. If you and of your closest friends gave $1,000, you could cover a student's room and board ($8,500) in the residence halls. It takes $1,000 gifts to cover the cost of undergraduate tuition and fees ($32,000) for a year. 32 128 $1,000 gifts would cover four years ($128,000) of tuition and fees. 1 1 VISION 2020 GLOBAL COMMUNITY 2 2 2 It's in a dry and cold desert a long way from Forest Grove's green landscape, but the Navajo Service Learning Project in Lukachukai, Ariz. is often a life-changing experience for students who take part in the three-week class each January. Students earn two credits and satisfy Pacific's cross-cultural requirement through activities like chopping wood for elders, assisting at the boarding school and taking part in traditional meals and activities with tribal members. The class is sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement. Exploring cultures overseas, a cornerstone of the University's curriculum, is the goal of more than 150 Pacific students each year as they embark on study abroad trips. Programs range from shortterm trips of three weeks to year-long stays in countries spanning the globe�from China to Belize to Germany to South Africa. Not just for undergraduates, master's and doctoral students participate in what many find to be life-changing experiences. The health needs of the elderly in Nicaragua is the focus of an on-going program of Pacific's College of Health Professions. Approximately 20 students and faculty from dental health science, occupational therapy, pharmacy, physical therapy and physician assistant studies have, for the past three years during the winter holiday break, worked with Nicaraguan physicians specializing in gerontology. The interprofessional team provides direct services to residents including healthcare information. The Jessie F. Richardson Foundation helps to fund these important outreach efforts. 3 3 24 VISION 2020 | GLOBAL COMMUNITY 1 Students help the Lukachukai community with wood chopping chores. From left: Timberly Robinson, Evan Hailstone, Sean Mills, Alex McDonald, Robin Johnson, Doug Uintelle, Mikaila Way and Jennifer Neal. DISCOVERY SUSTAINABILITY DIVERSITY EXCELLENCE GLOBAL COMMUNITY Balance Sheet Our balance sheet provides a five-year overview of our financial position through the fiscal year, which ended June 30, 2010. Assets increased by 26%, which is primarily a result of: > Construction of our second building at the Health Professions Campus > Increases associated with investments > Increases in operating cash from strong fiscal management Unrestricted net assets jumped 12% from the prior year and is directly related to fiscal oversight and reduced spending. $120,000 $200,000 $160,000 In Millions $80,000 Total Assets Total Liabilities Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted $40,000 $0 FY 05�06 FY 06�07 FY 07�08 FY 08�09 FY 09�10 26 BY THE NUMBERS FY 05�06 Total Assets Total Liabilities Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted In Millions $157,023 $76,984 $33,602 $18,521 $27,916 FY 06�07 $162,190 $70,580 $41,061 $23,351 $27,198 FY 07�08 $171,726 $75,351 $46,266 $19,063 $31,046 FY 08�09 $166,374 $75,098 $51,915 $10,412 $28,949 FY 09�10 $209,001 $107,829 $54,868 $14,465 $31,839 Alana Kansaku-Sarmiento '10 makes good use of a sunny day for a study break near Vandervelden Hall. pacificu.edu/annualreport 27 As it has for many years, Marsh Hall rises in the background as students on the Forest Grove campus head to and from Fall classes. FY 05�06 University-held Endowment Trusts and similar funds $25,630,133 $25,042,233 FY 06�07 $26,077,175 $27,455,907 FY 07�08 $26,264,434 $28,109,755 FY 08�09 $25,419,658 $20,684,022 FY 09�10 $29,695,665 $22,209,997 28 BY THE NUMBERS $50,000,000 $40,000,000 Endowment, Trusts and Similar Funds The endowment is the University's commitment to the future. Because of this endowment we are able to plan beyond the current year, so we have resources for scholarships, professorships and programs each and every year. Every dollar provided by the endowment is a dollar that doesn't come from tuition, which assists students and families. Our endowment has now recovered most of the loss from the market downturn two years ago. The Pacific endowment fund grows in two ways--additional gifts to the fund and successful investing. Creating an endowed fund, or making contributions to an existing endowed fund, is a great way to create a lasting and permanent legacy at Pacific. 6 8 9 �0 7 �0 �0 �0 �10 $30,000,000 $20,000,000 $10,000,000 0 06 08 05 07 FY 09 University-held Endowment Trusts and Similar Funds FY FY FY FY pacificu.edu/annualreport 29 Organizations Giving by Constituency 2009�2010 We are grateful to the many individuals, corporations and foundations that support Pacific University. Every gift is important. We are each motivated to give for our own unique reasons. Alumni continue to represent the greatest share of total gifts. We will continue to engage alumni in giving back to Pacific through a financial gift. Parents Friends Foundations 7% 2% 2% Students 16% >1% Trustees 18% Corporations 11% 45% Alumni 30 BY THE NUMBERS Alumni Corporations Foundations Friends Organizations Parents Students Trustees Total $1,896,270 $472,457 $660,575 $290,311 $69,092 $86,539 $1,495 $765,181 $4,241,920 A student ascends the light-flooded main stairwell, the central hub of Creighton Hall on the Health Professions Campus, on her way to class. pacificu.edu/annualreport 31 Giving by Designation 2009�2010 One-hundred percent of every gift made to Pacific goes to the area designated by each individual, corporation and foundation. We know it's important to many of our supporters to choose where their gift goes. When you do choose to give an unrestricted gift, Pacific is able to focus on the most urgent needs. Capital Gifts Endowment Gifts 42% 9% Unrestricted Gifts 10% Planned Gifts 2% Restricted Gifts 37% 32 BY THE NUMBERS Capital Gifts Endowment Gifts Planned Gifts Restricted Gifts Unrestricted Gifts Total $365,106 $1,785,331 $100,000 $1,557,786 $433,697 $4,241,920 Students enjoy the central living area in a Burlingham Hall apartment. pacificu.edu/annualreport 33 Full Time Enrollment The recent economic downturn has had a positive impact on enrollment with more individuals focusing on their continued education to better position themselves in a competitive market. Pacific continues to build enrollment over the last five years with growth in both undergraduate and graduate programs. Healthy enrollment is also attributed to ramped-up recruitment efforts, expanded offerings and a diligent focus on retention. A strong academic reputation and increased visibility have also raised the University's profile and bolstered the number of students who choose to attend Pacific. 19% INCREASE OVER 5 YEARS 29% INCREASE OVER 5 YEARS 1500 1500 1000 1000 500 500 0 0 6 8 9 7 �10 6 8 9 �0 08 7 �0 �0 06 08 05 07 05 06 FY FY FY FY FY FY 34 BY THE NUMBERS FY Graduate Enrollment FY FY 07 FY 09 Undergraduate Enrollment 09 �0 �10 �0 �0 �0 �0 Sam Lee '10 gave up a soccer scholarship FY 05�06 Undergraduate Enrollment Graduate Enrollment 1,211 1,233 FY 06�07 1,324 1,322 FY 07�08 1,430 1,409 FY 08�09 1,452 1,540 FY 09�10 1,441 1,587 at Division I Xavier University to come to Pacific University. A key member of the cross country and track and field programs, Lee finished third in the steeplechase at the 2010 Northwest Conference Championships and later set a school record in the event. pacificu.edu/annualreport 35 President's Circle The President's Circle is the University's premier lifetime gift club. Individuals, corporations and foundations whose cumulative gifts exceed $100,000 since July 1, 1999 are gratefully acknowledged with lifetime membership. INDIV I D U A L S Shirley `52 `53 & Arline Abbott Henry Victor Adix Doris Zook Andrews `30 James `29 & Laura Baker Amy Spelbrink Beaupre `33 James `60 & Mary Fair Berglund `58* Charles & Eloise Connor Bishop Anne Bricknell `30 A.E. "Gene" & Evona Harford Brim* Bernard `49 `50 & Selma Brown Helen Brunner `41 Merle `47 & Lois Bryan* Kenneth `41 & Ellen Arnold Bump `40* Maude Bunday Doris Wells Burlingham George & Ruth Burlingham* Louis and Lela Hankins Busch Kathrin Cawein Timothy Choy `64* Robert `59 & Genevieve De Vleming* Bruce & Grace Denney Elise Elliott William `50 `51 & Marjorie Gustelius Emhoff `48* Gloria Menduni Evans `44 Cecilie Froehlich Stephen & Kris Gregg Kenji `72 & Lillian Kiyota Hamada `70* Richard & Joy Hanson* Kenneth Hess `52 Thomas `58 & Gretchen Holce Detleff `38 & Lila Jans Philip & Patricia LaCaille John `69 * Wyllis Johnson `41 Milton `35 & Ruth Fritsch Johnston Monroe & Frances Jubitz John & Jane King* Frank Knight Margaret Ruecker Knispel `42 Marjorie Peterson Kunkel `25 Janet Lellelid Jack & Carolynn Loacker Robert `69 & Mary Lohr William & Cheron Messmer Mayhall `64 Viola Paterson McCready `31 Geneva McDonald `28 Charles `30 & Edith Hansen McGill `30 Carol Boyd McGilvra `88 Paul McGilvra Hugh McGilvra Jack & Barbara McLarty Marjorie McVicker Leon `70 & Gail Taylor Meade `70* Reginald Menegat `26 John `49 & Lee Stowell Meyer Harold `40 & Ann Munkres Meyer `40 `65 Jurgen & Erica Meyer-Arendt* Mr. and Mrs. T. Kirk Miles Carl Mills Benjamin `29 & Henrietta Morlan Lawrence `40 & Deanne Nielsen Robert Oliver `32 Paul `78 & Nancy Knop Phillips `77 `82* Helen Propstra Ralph `49 & Helen Doppleb Raines `48 Robert Ramp `48 `49 James Reynolds Fred Richards Duane & Lorraine Roberts George Rossman Timothy `66 & Nancy Schauermann* Rolfe Selberg `53 `65* Larry Semler `59 Ralph & Elizabeth Eckart Shumm Raphael Spiro William `74 & Cathy Stoller* Milan & Jean Stoyanov* Barbara Strain `70 Douglas & Cleo Strain Dwight Taylor '29 Lucia Taylor Hall Templeton Thomas `38 & Margaret Thompson Joseph Vandervelden `37 & Joy Vandervelden Hammond Benjamin & Elaine Whiteley* John & Lois Whiteneck Donna Kesner Young `40 Glenn Zurcher ORGANIZATIONS Alcon Laboratories, Inc.* Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry Bausch & Lomb Inc. Ben B. Cheney Foundation Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Binney Charitable Foundation CIBA Vision Care DCI International 36 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Express Services, Inc. Hoya Optical Intel Foundation* James F. & Marion L. Miller Foundation Japan Foundation Juan Young Trust* Judith Scott Walter Trust Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Louis P. and Lela E. Busch Foundation M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust* Meyer Memorial Trust Microsoft Corporation* Montgomery Street Foundation Northwest Health Foundation Northwest Lions Foundation for Sight & Hearing* O.L. Moore Foundation OOGP, Inc. Oregon Independent College Foundation, Inc * Oregon Sports Trust, Inc. Panasonic Polymer Technology Ralph & Bunny Schlesinger Foundation Research Corporation Rite Aid Corporation Rotary Club of Forest Grove* Stimson Lumber Company The Collins Foundation The Hubert & Ludmila Schlesinger Foundation, Inc The Konosuke Matsushita Memorial Foundation The Oregon Community Foundation* The Standard* Tuality Healthcare United Church of Christ -Local Church Ministries* US Bancorp* Vision Service Plan * Vistakon Johnson & Johnson Vision Care Wells Fargo* Wheeler Foundation* Willamette Dental Management Group Willamette Industries, Inc. William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Evergreen Society The Evergreen Society recognizes with gratitude those whose lifetime giving to the University is $50,000 �$99,999. I N DIVIDUALS Neta Wirak Barr `28 Kay Bishop Ruth Bishop `68 Melva Brown Lund Chin `65 `66 Leona Coon James Dundas `49 `50 Gladolia Durig Irene Darnell Hansen `59 Margaret Morgan Hawkins `21 Claridge `40 & Jean Himes Karen Jaggar `83 Samuel Jaggar, Jr. Samuel Jaggar, Sr. G. Orlo Jefferson Elizabeth Johnson Eugene & Alyce LaMont Loren Leach `61 Roy `40 & Barbara Wales Lieuallen `39 William K.H. & Jean Mau Kenneth McGill* James & Millie Miller* James `46 & Elisabeth Cushman Nichols `42 Anne Wagner Price `40* Richard Reath `38 Ray Replogle Donald Sanders `42 Paul Schramel Paul Schwejda & Judith McDonald Robert Skippen `50 `54 Judson `62 & Sherry Hicks Smith `64 Barbara F. Sowers Loran & Dorothy Stewart Steven Stewart `69* C. Wayne `50 `60 & Jean Brodersen Tate `52* Terrance Toda Louis & Camille Wainwright Larry Williams Samuel `49 `50 & Helen Wilson Doris Madsen Winters `29 Loren & Judith Wyss ORGANIZATIONS American Optometric Association Cancer Federation Inc. Carl Zeiss Meditec, Inc. Columbian Bifocal Company EF Nursery Ford Foundation Gray & Company IBM International Foundation* Kikuchi College of Optometry Matsushita Electronics Corporation of America National Society of New England Women* Newsradio 750 KXL Oregon Lions Sight & Hearing Foundation Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute Portland General Electric pacificu.edu/annualreport 37 Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust Samuel S. Johnson Foundation Tektronix Foundation Times Litho, Inc. Verizon Communications Wessinger Foundation Windsor Foundation The Charles Trombley Society recognizes annual gifts of $1,000 or more to Pacific University during the 2009-2010 fiscal year (July 1 � June 30). After graduating from Pacific in 1954, Charles Trombley began his 30-year career at the University. Trombley demonstrated an unwavering commitment to students and the distinctive mission of Pacific University. Charles Trombley Society Diamond Level ($5,000+) INDIV I D U A L S Anonymous Mark & Rebecca Ankeny Amy Spelbrink Beaupre `33 Charles & Mary Brennan Kenneth `41 & Ellen Arnold Bump `40* George & Ruth Burlingham* Timothy Choy `64* Patrick & Yianna Doherty Dan & Sallie Dutton Mark & Katherine Frandsen Rebecca & Wayne Graham Lesley Hallick Kenji `72 & Lillian Kiyota Hamada `70* Richard & Joy Hanson* The Estate of Gladys Lowder Haynes `65 `70 Michael Henningsen* Philip John* John & Jane King* Douglas & Mary Beth Haynes Lee Kenneth & Colleen Lewis* David `63 & Sandy Spurling Lowe `78 `82* Leon `70 & Gail Taylor Meade `70* N. Charles O'Connor* Kathryn O'Driscoll `86* George `82 `84 & Connie Paris Edwin Peterman Clark `65 `70 & Aurora Salvador Peters `65* Paul `78 & Nancy Knop Phillips `77 `82* Jack `63 & Linda Reeves Gerald `59 & Katherine Schimke* Steve & Debi Stanich William `74 & Cathy Stoller* Peter & Julie Stott The Estate of Dwight Taylor `29 Margaret Taylor The Estate of Charles Ward `49 Douglas `72 `74 & Eileen Weberling* Benjamin and Elaine Whiteley* Samuel `49 `50 & Helen Wilson Charles & Diana Zinser O RGANIZATIONS Alcon Laboratories, Inc.* Allergan Pharmaceutical American Endowment Foundation AmerisourceBergen Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry Bi-Mart Corporation Ben B. Cheney Foundation CVS Caremark Dental Health for All Fund of the Maine Community Foundation Essilor of America, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Vision Care* Juan Young Trust* Kikuchi College of Optometry King Charitable Foundation* KPMG Foundation Kroger Lease Crutcher Lewis Macular Degeneration Foundation Microsoft Corporation* Microsoft Matching Gifts Program* M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust* Northwest Lions Foundation for Sight & Hearing* Oregon Independent College Foundation, Inc* Oregon Optometric Physicians Association Paris Vision Center Research Corporation The Regence Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation Rite Aid Corporation Rotary Club of Forest Grove* SightLife Supervalu Foundation Target Corporation The Standard* Vision Service Plan* Walgreens Benjamin R. and Elaine M. Whiteley Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation* Wheeler Foundation* Wilson Investments 38 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Platinum Level ($2,500�$4,999) INDIV I D U A L S Julie Berglund Baker & Doug Baker Merle `47 & Lois Bryan* James Bushong `34* Melinda Cameron `65 & William Berg* Manuel & Rosa Castaneda The Estate of Mervin Cooper `58 John Daly Brian & Denise Doherty Arlene Evans* Chris Fehn Steven `81 & Rebecca Fields* Tom Foley Wally & Dianna Graff W. Thomas Griffith* Lawrence & Peggy Harris James & Carol Haynes John Howarth* Eric `66 `67 & Patricia Knutson* Derek `92 & Tina Cooper Lasko `95* Lawrence & Linda Lee John & Paulette Owens Long `65 Sheila Manus Vortman `67 & Marlin Vortman* William & Gail McCormick Kenneth McGill* Thomas Meakin `62* Richard & Susan Miles Alice Streitwieser Morgan `57* Darlene & Jim Morgan* Charlie & Nicki Norton Gary `74 & Gwen Pacarro* David `55 & Susan Parry* Cameron Perry `65 & Mary Kay Schwab-Perry Joseph & Bobbie Rodriguez Dwight & Karla Sangrey Timothy `66 & Nancy Schauermann* Dorothy Schimke `64* Shaun Simpkins & Dawn Holt Judson `62 & Sherry Hicks Smith `64 Jennifer Smythe `90 `93 `00 & Roy Chrisop Steven Stewart `69* Milan & Jean Stoyanov* Jan Stricklin* Tommy & Amber Peek Thayer Arnold `49 `58 & Ora Faye Wilson Thogerson `49* W. Ray Vanderzanden `50 David `83 & Sara Wolf Gerald `73 & Bonnie Yoshida Tuality Healthcare UCC-Local Church Ministries* UNCO United Oil Holdings LLC Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Washington County Dental Society* Gold Level ($1,000�$2,499) INDIVIDUALS Philip Akers Kenneth `73 & Ellen Veigel Albus `74 Kasumi Aoki `97 Tom & Jennifer BeLusko Kenneth & Kristine Tucker Bilderback* Thomas Brand* Randy Brinker Donald Bryant `41 Sara Burton Peter & Linda Buss Michael Calvert `66 Patricia Cheyne* W. Mitchell & Marsha Cogdill Scott `90 `93 & Tricia Allen Cooper `90 Randall `66 `67 & Joanne Corey Andrew Corrigan Phillip & Leigh Creighton* James `90 & Catherine DeVleming June & Robert Dressler* Herbert `60 & Carol Bowser Drew `60 Roger `68 & Donna Rego Ede `67 Steven Ellerd `10 Robert & Nell Epler* George & Donna Evans* Tom Fruechtel Gerald `61 & Laura James Frye `65* O RGANIZATIONS American Optometric Foundation* Aramark Higher Education BP America Inc. Henningsen Cold Storage* Lasko Printing, Inc. Morgan Stanley Matching Gift Program* Morgan-Worcester Inc. National Society of New England Women* New Hope Foundation Orenco Hospitality LLC Pac/West Communications Piper Jaffray & Co. Pro Landscape, Inc. Professional Society of Pharmacists Safeway, Inc. Sandra Van Scholarship Fund Supervalu Topcon Medical Systems, Inc pacificu.edu/annualreport 39 V. Lowell Galambos Hans `72 & Edna Doar Gehring `70 `72* Steve Griffith Gerald `53 `54 & Marian Groff Paul Gulick Jon & Amy Waltz Hansen* John Hayes & Vanessa Gray* Michel & Victoria Hersen* Chi-Wai Ho `72 `75* Janelle Holmboe Sara Hopkins-Powell & Russell Otte George Horner `44 Donald '59 & Deborah Iverson* Daniel `65 & Saifon Jacobowitz Daniel `87 & Becky Kurtz James `90 David & Anne Thompson Johnson `53* Louise Karr `65* Yvonne Katz* Alan & Jane Stein Kershaw `61* Rick & Eva Lafferty Krebs* Warren & Betty Lancaster Jack & Marjorie Putman Lanthier `60* Norman Larabee `56* Kim & Barbara Ledbetter Warren Leung `76* David Lind Teresa Maloney* Mitsunobu `71 & Hatsuho Maruyama* Patricia McDonald Todd `95 & Jill Metzger John & Linda Miller Paul `88 `90 & Mindy Min* Lyman & Marilyn Makii Morikawa `70* Glenda & John Moss Scott `79 `83 & Cynthia Wacker Nehring `78* Susan & David Nelson* Neil `86 & Desiree Notaroberto Paul `61 & Phyllis O'Driscoll* Glenn & Gail Okada Patricia O'Neill `84 Mickey & Phyllis Palmer Eleanor Parks* Henry Peek & Jeanie Terilli Charles Petersen `60 Judy & Bruce Peterson Megan Plumlee `03 & Becca Wilhelm Anne Wagner Price `40* Rex `66 & Kristy Reed Glen `38 & Eloise Rice Jim `60 & Puchi Romig Lisa Rowley Bryce & Christina Seidl Bradley Smith & Katie Hart Melissa Sommers `78* Byron & Dianne Steiger `79* H. Joe Story Charlie `60 & Anita Schimke Stowell `60 Daniel `93 & Tami Syverson Bradford & Linda Stiles Taylor Rodney & Judith Taylor* Mike & Kristy Thayer Terry `79 `81 & Kathleen Tobin Loren & Dottie Waltz* Gary Weitzner `76 & Cathy Wells `76* Christopher Wilkes & Cheleen Mahar* Chuen `56 & Rosanna Wong ORGANIZATIONS 4 Your Eyes L.L.C. American Pharmacists Association Apple, Inc Ball Janik, L.L.P. Carl Zeiss Vision, Inc. Cascade Cooper Vision, Inc. David Hill Vineyard & Winery Ethicon, Inc. Eye Care Clinic Fender Music Foundation Forest Grove Lions Club* Gerding/Edlen Development Company LLC Great Western Council of Optometry Grove Properties, LLC Hoya Vision Care IBM Corporation Matching Grants Program* Intel Foundation Matching Gift Program* The Jenzabar Foundation W.E. Leung & C.W. Ho Professional Corporation* Kenneth And Colleen Lewis Fund of The Oregon Community Foundation* Lockheed Martin Matching Gift Program Mahlum Architects* Miller Nash, L.L.P.* NACDS Foundation NASA Vision Center* Odyssey Medical Optometric Physicians of Washington Pacific Northwest Conference of the UCC* Professional Eye Care Associates of America Pullman Vision Source Silicon Valley Community 40 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Stoller Family Foundation Tektronix Foundation* The Standard Employee Giving Campaign Verizon Matching Gift Program Waltz Sheridan Crawford, Inc. YouthBridge Community Foundation The Sidney Harper Marsh Society recognizes with gratitude those who have given an annual gift up to $999 to the University during the 2009-2010 fiscal year (July 1 � June 30). Sidney Harper Marsh was Pacific's first president and spent much of his 25-year tenure diligently fundraising for the University and its mission. Sidney Harper Marsh Society Silver Level ($500�$999) INDIV I D U A L S Evie Allen `59* Timothy `86 & Mary Allen* Jerry `56 & Stephany Morris Anderson `62* Roger `60 & Donna Anderson Myra Beeler `62 James `60 & Mary Fair Berglund `58* David Boersema* Kathryn Brand `85 James `89 & Wendy Brazeau* Evona Brim Daniel `62 & Mary Brown* Jeffery & Tori Brown Jesse Bryson `98 W. Earl `76 & Dianne Buchanan Mike & Shirley Buckley Martha Calus McLain `03 & Kyle McLain `10* Barbara Cargill Neil `61 & Elizabeth Cawood* George `57 & Anastasia Choban Terrence `78 & Rosemarie Clark* Bradley Coffey `79 `81 & Mirth Walker Corey Coleman-Maxwell* Ronald `49 & Saray Collman Alan `52 & Mary Stone Davidson `53 Patrick Davidson `73 Howard & Napua De Lima Genevieve De Vleming Michael `75 & Mary Dieter* Stephen `73 & Cynthia Schlueter Dustrude `74* Kelly & Jonah Elliott Scott Erickson Don Felder John Forsyth Lorely French & James Draznin* Alfred `60 & Carole Furie* Joyce & Timothy Gabriel* Erin Gram `04 David & Siri Hamill Lawrence `58 `59 & Joan Hedgren* Brian & Sally Hess* Monty & Lilas Hill Bill Hilson & Penny Lucchini-Hilson* John `50 `56 & Joan Hugill* Kenneth Jackson Alfred & Holly Johnson Todd Johnson Elton Kaku Gerald `59 & Suzanne Richards Kalapus `60 Raynard & Charlotte Carr Kanemori `69 John `97 `01 & Lam Kikuchi* Lance Kissler Gerald `81 `83 `85 & Zona Komarnicky David `73 & Janice Edwards Korver `69 Steven Krein `86 & Shelley Lindberg-Krein `88 Theodore & Marianne Krupicka* Marita Kunkel Craig `91 & Kathleen Lisko Hugo Long `64* John `70 & Virginia Cary Long `69 `73* Jessie Lockhart McCandlish `67* Charles `52 & Loraine McCarthy* Michael `80 & Celine McEwan* Daniel & Stana McKitrick Joseph `06 & Courtney Misslin Neron `03 Roberta Nickels `70* Kathryn Nielsen `78 Christie Norbury `10 Chad & Mickey Norton Jeanne & Fred Oliver Darin Paulson `94 & Suzanne Scott `94* Matthew `87 & Deborah Perry Donna & John Phillips Timothy Port `75 William & Carolyn Pritchard* James `79 & Elaine Randolph William Reichman `96 `98 J. Brady `02 & Molly Richmond Richard Rutt* Eric & Dianne Schooler Carrington `03 & Julie Sedgwick Richard `60 & Jennifer Picard Septon Jeffrey Seward Jan & Jewel Shield* James `67 & Candace Willson Silkensen `69 Eugene Skourtes John `78 `80 & Erma Smith pacificu.edu/annualreport 41 Myron `60 & Jann Chapman Smith `60 Shelley & Bruce Smolnisky Susan & Daniel Stein Richard & Doreen Stenson* Elton `53 & Carol Storment* David & Elizabeth Suryan Dennis `72 `74 & Phyllis Swarner Stephen Taylor `82 `86 & Mary Lou Newbold Jay & Jerilee Thomas* Charles Tolbert Mary Smith Tomme `41 `63* William & Terry Toops Walter `50 & Nancy Turner* Ronald `66 & Debra Schranz Van Roekel `60 Wade & Linda Wakayama Mona Ward* Marilyn Walter-White John White & Bonnie Wyckoff `05* Gary `57 & Eleanor Williams* Timothy `89 & Andrea VonTom Williams `89 Tom `73 & Anne Wilson Thomas Winkeler `98 & Amanda Moehring `97 Jack Worden `61 `62 Chris Yach Robert `58 `59 & Marguretta Yaeger* Jean Hicks Young `58 William Young `58* Lorne Yudcovitch `96 `97 & Rosiland Hursh `98 Steven & Kristine Zika Louis P. and Lela E. Busch Foundation Caymus Vineyards Columbia Sportswear Company Edison International Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Game Crazy KAI USA KISS Bob McEwan Construction, Inc.* Nike Foundation Oregon Prevention, Education & Recovery Assoc. Eugene C. Skourtes Foundation State Farm Companies Matching Gift Program Stoller Vineyards Inc United States Handball Association US Bancorp* Bronze Level ($150�$499) I N DIVIDUALS Gail & Steve Aamodt Lynn Adamo Terry `78 & Vicki Adams* Saburo `51 & Betty Akiyama* Kenneth `64 & Susan Gifford Alcorn `65* Del `75 & Carolee Allen Sara Allender `09 Eric & Helen Andersen Norma Anderson `59 & Bob Radford Jason & Kristina Blackmar Anderson `92 `93 John `64 & Theresa Hjersman Anderson `67 Michio Aoyagi Marlin `73 & Suzan Sorbel Ard `71 `73 Victor & Dolores Atiyeh Gary & Pamela Augustine ORGA N I Z AT I O N S Association of Oregon Community Mental Health Programs AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP Big Isle Auto Care Sylvia & Glenn Aust* Vernon & Laurie Awa Christine Balducci* Frank `67 & Margaret Baldwin* Brian `77 & Twila Ballard * Donald & Elisabeth Balmer Gene `58 & Peggy Bard* Herbert `52 & Gloria Barkuloo* Forrest `85 & Phary Barnes Richard Barnhill `59* Andrew & Karen Rand Bassett `06 Sheryl & Brian Bateman Vernon Bates & Patricia Foy* Curtis Baxstrom `83 `84* Jill & Evertt Beidler Michael `71 & Betty Lau Ben `71* Robert & Karen Gibbons Bennett `68* Arthur & Elizabeth Clark Benton `65* Scott `82 `85 & Lori Berken Paul `75 & Diane Berman Athena Bettger Narjala & Shanda Hueni Bhasker `86 Bruce `68 & Judith Engdahl Bishop Susan & Woodrow Blettel* Steve & Jan Bottcher Christ & Barbara Bouneff* Mine Boyd & Donald Welch Paul `70 & Ozella Bradley Duane `71 & Glee Blakkolb Brooks `70* Wayne Brookshier* Daniel & Betty Brouillette Clifford Brown `71 `73 Frank Brown `87 Marsha Brown 42 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Howard `52 & Eva Browning Ruel `99 & Renee Beninger Brumitt Eric & Joyce Burbano* Richard Burk `88 & Heather Hansen-Burk `88 Bernice `49 & Donald Buswell* David `83 & Denise Cadd Stephanie Cadelinia Jeane & Eric Canon Walter `80 `82 & Lauren Cassidy Opal Chancler-Moore `70 Zachary `98 & Rebecca Jacobs Chown `98 `03 Erik `86 & Pamela Paguia Christianson `85 Blake `79 `81 & Paula Christensen Malcolm `78 & Carrie Chun Michael `84 & Joanne Perry Chun `84 Robert `73 & Susan Binam Cimmiyotti `73 Don `70 & Cathleen Clay* Judy Close `67 Jerry & Colette Coleman Bruce & Patricia Laws Conrad `64* A. Everett Cook `51* Larry Coon `73 `75 Michelle & Craig Cowing* Anthony Cox `74 & Ann Schmiedeke-Cox Jim Crawford Catherine Crooker & Griff O'Brien Roland `75 & Trudy Daniels Clif Davis Leanna Deeds `69* Leslie DeGrauw `87 Robert DeGrilla `64 Martha Delong `74 & John Campbell David DeMoss & Geoffrey Wren Robert `61 & Karen Dernedde* Helen Dickason `48* Phillip `63 & Ruth Dickie Rebecca Doar Jeri `58 & Patricia Dobbs* Ian Dobson Brian `97 & Colleen Doran Docktor `99 Steven & Sherri Dodge Ellen Dohr `80 `82 & Scott Loveridge Russell & Ann Furukawa Dondero `81* Calvin `71 & Linda Downey Steven `85 & Kathleen Dragovich Ernest `60 & Darlene Drake* Christopher & Leslie Drew Daniel Dung Michael Dunham Ralph & Suzanne Duyck* Patricia Elofson Robert Emerson `68* Marjorie Emhoff `48* John & Jodi Tarnasky Endicott `81 Roger Epstein & Barbara Kirk Joan Exford `66 & Donald Korb Dave & Julie Fall* Ruth Ferris `69 W. Stuart `62 & Beverly Ferris* Norma Fogelberg David `85 `88 & Deanna Fok* Steve & Linda Foote* G. Don `36 & Alice Weigel Fossatti `37 Brian Fox & Cheryl Bennett Fox* Elizabeth Franklin `52 Howard Freedman Brad Fujisaki Christine Fukui & Alfred Burer Dennis Fuoss* Jerald & Anne Tucker Furgurson `51* Manami Furuya Rich Galgano Jay `90 & Becky Gallinger* Robert `75 `76 & Sharon Gander* Richard F. M. & Christine McGuire Garcia `91 W. Aubrey `60 & Billie Gardner* Michael `71 `73 & Cindy Garton* Rosetta Garza Gordon & Patricia Breitkreutz Gates `86 `88* Ennis & Susan Geraghty* Brian `81 & Cheryl Kunimune Gesik `81* Jon & Anita Gimre Michael & Karen Girard R. Kenneth & Karen Sato Godwin `66 Ronald `66 `67 & Truska Gorrell Clifford & Sherry Goya Barbara Graham Richard `62 & Nancy Crackel Greene Jerry `64 & Kathleen Bolster Greenfield `64* Charles & Janice Wilson Greisch `68 J. Russell & Beverly Grove Darrell `86 & Cathrine Grow* Larry Gunselman Elena Guinn* Ron & Julie Haas David `62 & Ginger Hackett* Wayne `66 `67 & Gloria Hagerman* Eric Halperin `86 & Beatrice Michel `87* Bruce `79 `80 & Anne Hammonds Rowland `74 & Sue Judson Hamly `74* Roger `77 & Elizabeth Miller Hanna `81* Michael `77 & Krystel Hansen pacificu.edu/annualreport 43 Gary & Lisa Carey Hargis `76 Eugene `49 `50 & Jimmie Grace Harris Lewis `55 `56 & Barbara Harris T. Carlisle `57 & Lydia Fahner Harrison `60* Michael & Gaylen Hasson Vincent Hayes `65 & Jane Andrew-Hayes John & Sherry Hayes Nancy Hechinger `09 Mark Helgeson `88 & Dori Carlson-Helgeson `89 John `59 & Patricia Henick* Robert & Mary Lou Hennes Norma Henry* Bruce & Donna Hepler Marvelyn `64 & M. Dan Hess `54 Joni & Patrick Heveron Jack `51 & Irene Hilbourne* Anya Hill `05 William Hilliard `52 & Dian Lindsay Maurice & Margaret Hoyen Hillyer `60* Craig & Deborah Hirasaki Sharon Hoff John `62 & Miriam Horner Hoffman `62* Irene Holland `71 `77 Dean Holman `50* Timothy & Christine Holte Daniel `69 & Lois Hornberger Victoria Horton `97 Thomas `51 & Marie Leavens Houston `50* Len Hua & Eileen Yue Wayne `77 `79 & Janine Hudson* Larry `66 & Marilyn Hunn Andrea Icenogle `06 `08 Marvin Iida `67 Lynn Ironside Brian & Laura Jackson Stan Jackson Cliff Jarrard Sandra Jenkins Clark `74 `76 & Diane Taylor Jensen `76* John `60 `65 & Emily Jensen Richard Jobs & Kimberly Brodkin Linda Johns `89 & Phil Biehl* Bryan `83 `86 & Leah Johnson Paul `80 & Peggy Johnson Jerry `68 `70 & Peggy Spencer Jolley `70* Jerry `73 & Jerri Jones Robert `49 & Dori Jones* Delilah Judy `73* Deloros Kaauwai `59* Hartwell & Judith Kaeo Leanora Kaku G. Kevin & Mary Kambak* Brenda Johnson Kameenui `70* Duane `70 & Carmen Kaneshiro* Patrek & Alannah Kapeli Michael & Jocelyn Kasamoto Glenn Kato `83 & Lydia Lem `81 `83* Lusha Kaufmann `98 & Chris Brown `11* Glenn `65 & Miriam Olson Kelly* Paula Kinney Peter & Celia Kircher* Lori Jo Kirschenmann `83* Mark `78 `82 & Randi Kirstein* Daryle & Violet Kitamori Ken & Donna Kiyosaki Esther Knox `00 Pamela & Harvey Kofstad* Kerry & Sharon Komatsubara Clint Komoda & Terri Yip-Komoda Garrett & Ann Kondo Kristin Kondo Storfa & Ryan Storfa John & Gail Kretchmer `09 Vic & Tammie Calef Krisciunas `96 Richard & Linda Kroll Kevin & Renee Kurata John `99 `01 & DatNhan Khuu Kwei `97 `01 David Lackey `68 Martin `54 `55 & Willa Laderman* J. Joseph Lang Richard & Carol Lasko Brian Lau `76 & Yvonne Kurata-Lau `79* Hannu `83 `84 `94 & Wanda Laukkanen* James Laws `70* Fred `59 & Janet Leach Randolph & Aline Lee Michael Leighton `78* Kathy Leslie Gloriene Lesmeister `61* Janice Levi `92 Charles Levy `79 Charles Lindberg `59* Harold `49 `50 & Jolie Lindquist* Roy & Charmaine Lindsay Alison Little `80* Jeffrey `76 & Catherina Long Douglas Longhurst `89 & Linda Netherton Allie & Joel Losli* Thomas `68 & Carolyn Davis Love* Elsie Lucia* Sandra Luebrecht Stephen `65 & Ruth Lusk* Thomas & Yvonne Williams Luther `84 44 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Robert `58 `59 & Barbara Magwire Sandra Mahuna Kukahiko `85 Kristine & Matthew Marcus Joseph `01 & Erin Holley Maronick `00 Donald Martin `71 `73 Judy Mason `60* Gerald `80 `83 & Lori Ann Matsuda* Allyson May `85 Kim McAuliffe Brian McDaniel `00 & John Purdy `01 Judy McIntosh-Vatne `68 & Rolf Vatne* Andrew `91 `93 & Jennifer Green McKenzie `92 Russell McKinley & Anne Herndon* Mary McMillan Mark & Lisa McMinn Richard `66 & Jewel Melberg Erica Meyer-Arendt* Ray & Sharon Kawashima Michimoto `69 John & Frances Mickelsen* Nicholas `02 & Crystal Fitzsimmons Miller `02 Michael & Norma Miller Steven `82 & Patricia Miller* James & Mary Mills Masakazu & Emily Kojiri Minei `52* Allan `50 & Jean Mirkin* Ken `90 & Irma Mitchell-Phillips Gust & Melva Moline Bernard `51 `52 & Nadine Monetta Clifford & Laura Monroe James Moore* Micah Morton Calvin `66 & Claudia Ryan Mosley David & Anne Munro William & Jane Terrazas Murphy `99 Van `73 & Jan Nakagawara* James & Judith Nakashima Myrl & Bonnie Nardinger* Daryl & Joanne Steveley Nehler `63 `70* Timothy `89 & Laura Neitzke David Nelson `52* Milton `55 & Shirley Womsley Nelson `55 William `51 `52 `53 & Louise Leding Nelson `51* John `42 & Helen Newby Brent Nielsen `89 Marthanne Norgren* Marguerite Ogden Ken Oishi `80 Logan Okita `06 Margaret & Hilario Olivos* Judy & William Ortiz* Dennis Palanuk `77 James `75 & Catherine Palmer* Michael `69 `72 & Kathleen Pate Robert `65 & Mary Lowery Peacock `64* Preston Pearson Mark Pedemonte & Alayn Waldorf* Kresten `79 `82 & Cyndi Pedersen Todd Perkins `88 Tyra & Dave Peters Scott `68 `70 & Joene Pike* Duane `61 & Joyce Plyter* Norbert & Nancy Poirier Robin & Wayne Polly Gordon `66 & Julie Postovit* Vincent `68 & Pamela Powell* Jeffrey `73 & Maria Lita Yambos Pratt `74* William Preston `58* Lee Ann Williams Prielipp `66* Joseph & Nancy Pulito Roberta Culverson Pullen `49* Michael & Jill Quillin Beth Rasgorshek `84 & Michael Benton Emily Rampton `72* John `78 `80 & Pamela Randall Randy & Candice Randolph* William `54 & Lavaughn Rannow* Thomas & Sue Rau Robert & Johanna Rawson Fletcher Ray `00 Mark & Kathryn Doty Read `89* Sanjay & Latha Reddy* Lee Ann `83 `84 `93 & Dan Remington Cory & Margaret McVay Richardson `01 Barb Richey Lianne Richland `97 Billy Rietmann G. Truxton `39 & June Ringe* Eleanor Ritchie Suzanne Robb `70* John Roberts `63* Marc `05 `07 & Lisa Kjorstad Roche `06 Sadie Romano Cecelia Romero `88 Robert `88 & Marilyn Rosenow* Leslie `48 & Rosemary Ross* Philip & Lisa Ruder* Hans `50 & Ellen Running Rick Sahli Kellen & Cecily Ellis Sakrison Scott Sato `03 Scott Schauermann Betty & Leonard Schmidlin* pacificu.edu/annualreport 45 Randy & Sheri Schneider Jon `81 & Christine Schnepel Kenneth & Linda Schumann* Priscilla Joubert Schwejda `73 Jane Selberg-Murphy `51 & Donovan Murphy* Katherine Selmar `79 `84 & Peter Stich Craig `73 & Mary Lou Semler Donald `68 & Nancy Semmens John Shadden `71 James Sheedy Frank Sheldon `71 Judith Sherman Jerrold `44 & Geraldine Bennett-Pace Sherson `47 Daniel `71 `73 & Elizabeth Jones Sherwood `72 Diane Shiner & Eric Parker Eric & Patricia Yoshinobu Shinseki `64* Gordon & Cheryl Shoji Robert & Lorena Deardorff Shook `67* A. James `60 & Nadeane Silbernagel Theodore `74 & Anara Simmons* Adam Simon `97 Mary Jo Simone & Raymond Pietz* Verjean Rancore Simpson-Geddes `60* Mary Wolken Sizer `52 `77 Steven Smith & Martha Rampton* John `49 & Alice Hook Smock `49* Ryan & Stephanie Snyder Karen Phillips Soderberg `72 `82 Joseph & Janella Souza Tammy Spencer & Richard O'Connor Kathleen Stanley* Nathan `97 `98 & Michelle Namitz Stanley* Everett Stanley `52 & Rex Chase James `82 & Elizabeth Ratz Stevens* Thomas `89 & Jan Stewart* Gayle `66 & Lois Strickler* Bob & Amy Corvin Struckmeyer `70 James `66 & Annabelle Sumner John & Cathy Cody Suroviak `02* Dana & Rebecca Takashima Gregg & Linda Takayama Johannes `08 & Melanie Tan Arnold `51 & Lilian Taylor* Mark & Lori Taylor Roger Taylor `79* Dale & Clare Tengan Paula Thatcher* John `49 & Jean Thomas* Stephen & Carole Thomas* Wayne Thomas `61 Mary Thompson Ronald & Patricia Thorne* Daniel `83 & Leann Tiller* Alan & Joyce Tomita Robert & Bobbie Skerry Tomkinson `52* Tim `74 & Cathy Tran `74 Steven `75 & Mary Tronnes Wilma Marsh Trytko `48* Stephen Tucker `61 Dan & Julie Driscoll Tulenko `85 William `63 & Sherral Thornburg Turner `63 W. Douglas Uhl `91 & Susan Verry Ingrid Unterseher* Placido Valenciano Mariana Valenzuela Floris Van de Ven `04* Peter Van Dyke Calvin `49 & Loris Van Pelt* Troy & Teri-Lynn Nishimoto Vance `85* Glen `73 & Diane Vandenberge Jewelena & Brent Vanzant Ralph & Robin Vasey* Ronald & Carole Scribner Vogeltanz `73 `80 Mary Von* Janine Vuylsteke Kirk & Terri Horst Walker `90* Duane `49 & Louise Waln* Scott Ward Margaret Hook Warner `49 Thomas & Sharon Warren* Melody Watral `76 & Timothy Donahoe Joanne Rieger Webber `59* Gary `69 & Marcia Byers West `69* Gerald `64 & Charlotte Westerholm Dan Wheeler Stephen & Ellaine Whisler Anne White `93 John `62 & Martha White* Richard & Mary Whiteley* Dean `50 & Beryl Schantz Wilcox `53* Paula & Rick Wilkes Lee Willcox `70 Bill `73 & Carolyn Kennedy Williams `72 Norma Williams `61* Eric & Tina Nelson Wilson `90 D.J. Wilson & William Hoadley C. Norman & Dolores Winningstad Deborah & Rand Wintermute Michael `82 & Ann Witkowski* Raymond Woods `66* Chris `80 & Beth Yamamoto Earl & Sharon Yamamoto 46 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Douglas & Yu Jae Yamashita Aki & Frances Iida Yano `65 Sue Yee-Bryan & Tom Bryan Garrett & Sherri Yoshimoto Charles `70 & Nancy Berggren Young `70* Robert Zimmerman ORGA N I Z AT I O N S A Framer's Touch Advanced Eyecare* Barnes & Noble @ Pacific University #329 The Boeing Matching Gift Program* Cascade Physical Therapy Congregational Presbyterian Church* Dubois Vision Center P.C. Dunham Cellars Elk Cove Vineyards Girardet Golden Valley Brewery Gunselman Motorsports Bruce L. Hammonds, O.D. Hewitt Optometric Center Hillsboro Vision Clinic Lasko Properties, LLC McKenzie Crossing Physical Therapy* MDU Resources Foundation Steven A. Miller, O.D. OluKai Inc. Optometric Center, P.A. Oregon State Pharmacy Association Pacific Tree Farms* Qualcomm Matching Gift Program Bill Rannow Log Hauling* R & R Brokerage, Inc. Seattle Mariners The Seattle Foundation Craig L. Semler, O.D. Shasta Vision Group* Daniel W. Sherwood, O.D. Sitka Vision Clinic* Dana S. Takashima, DDS Amber Thayer Designs Van Dyke Appliances Verry-Uhl Associates Washington County Dental Hygiene Association Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Wells Fargo Matching Gift Program* Gary D. West, M.S.W., P.C. Boxers & Badgers Level ($1�$149) I N DIVIDUALS Violet Schrock Aandres `65 & Richard Deubel Peter & Myrna-Lyn Abang* Nasim Abdulla Jeffrey & Traci Abear Lynn Abraham `51* Mike & Carol Acker Clay Actor & Margaret Waltz-Actor Clara Adaikkalam `69* Brent & Kathleen Cary Adams `83 Alfonso & Ely Afos* Maria de Jesus Aguilar Eric & Linda Ahlvin Atsushi Akimoto `13 Brian & Ada Akimoto* Ador & Marcelina Alcayde Kayla Alcoran `13 Christina Aleckson `95* Clinton Alexander `02 `03 Earl & LaVerne Thorpe Allen `60 Terry & Kat Allan* Robin Allender Gail Allgood `69* Kathleen Allgood Peter & Diane Almgren Kelcie Ama `09 Richard & Dora Ama Steven & Denise Andersen Ann Anderson Dorothy Anderson `36 Jolene Anderson `08 Rose Anderson* Trent `81 & Darlene Anderson Lucy Anderson-Duyck `05 Toby Andreasen `04 Deanna & Scott Andrews* Edrey Anker `47* Ruth Anthony `13 Jennifer Antick Anson Arakaki `13 Linda Arakaki `94 Michael Arakaki `13 Ronald & Iris Arakaki Warren `83 & Deane Arakaki Cassandra Arendt Genevieve Arnaut `98 `99 A. Yvonne Arnoldi `77 `79 James Arnoux Christopher & DeeAnn Arriola Irene & Melqui Arroyo Karen Art Charles & Sally Arvidson* Carol Asahara pacificu.edu/annualreport 47 Chad Asato `10 Jay & Karen Asato Robert & Sandra Asato* Tracey Asmus `96 Laura Aspinwall `89 & William Bright* Azmi & Wafaa Atalla Glenn & Susan Atta Russell `74 & Mary Auclair Les `69 & Susan AuCoin Raquel Avalos Kristi Ayars `06 Kevin `83 `86 & Loann Ayers Robert & Lydia Babek Thomas Bachhuber David Bachman `03 Dan & Susan Badders `05 Ed Baer `73 Barbara Bagg `88 Ellen & Richard Bailey* James & Claire Bagley Leah & William Bagley* Michael & Jane Spencer Baird `55* Merle Baisden Stacey Baker `94 Stephen Baksay `93 Patrick `75 & Rebecca Matta Ball `75* Lee Bamberger `07 Amy Banas `11 Hari Banerjee Sebastian Bannister Lawler `13 Mark Bannon `78 `80* Lee & Teri Banta Eric Barger Randy & Robyn Barna Mitzi Barnes* Cadence Barr `01* Cecelia Barr John `62 & Marilyn Barry Ross Bartlett `09 Russell Bartlett & Pamela Reynolds Douglas `79 `81 & Vickeri Barton* Rita Barton Noel & Karen Bassett James & Victoria Gardner Bassingthwaite `03* Phillip Bastian `04 David Bauer `01 `04 & Robyn Clausen Bauer `05 Stephen `76 & Margaret Bauer Anthony Baumgartner `87 Josephine Bausch-Hammergren `52 & Carl Hammergren* Craig & Felicia Pranger Bawdon `96 Gregg `77 & Robin Olsen Beach `75* Guy `60 & Jan Beachler* Mary Beall `65* Jeremy `04 & Angela Beam William Bear `55 Pauline & Mick Beard James & Lori Bearden `93 Joseph `79 & Florence Beattie* Kayla `96 `98 & Todd Bechthold Ronald & Elaine Beck Denette Eisnach-Becker `86 `88 & David Becker Daniel Beckner `93 Duane Beckwith `79 & Fran Kosik* Lindy Belcher `74 Verle Bell `42* Rhonda & Patrick Bellinger Mike Bellotti Amber Benton `09 Philip Berens & Kari Klein Berens `97 Arleigh & Donna Berget Donna Bergstrom `50* Walter `54 & Maryanne Bergstrom Stanley `55 & Jacqueline Berman Alicia Bermejo Ruth Berreth Alyssa Berry `10 Christina Berry `99 Daniel & Michelle Berry James `63 & Brenda Berry Jay `61 `62 & Carol Berry* Jonathan `05 & Amy Berry Merle `75 & Carol Ann Berry* Jack `57 & Winifred Waltz Beu* Dale `53 `57 & Helen Roberts BeVier `58 Scott & Kristina Beyer* Dirk `85 & Tami Hyder Biddington `86* William `50 & Joanne Kline Bieker `50 Lynette Biethan `72 William `65 & Priscilla Kelley Bigler `65* Kerry `87 & Kristin Tokstad Binkerd `87 Angelo `63 & Ann Biondi* Kimberly & Absalom Bittner Stanley `72 & Elizabeth Black* Clark `70 `72 & Lois Burchett Blackwood `71* Thomas Blair `03 Willard `51 `52 `54 & Karen Bleything* Robert `75 & Judy Gooch Blomquist `75* Russell `82 & Madeleine Liseblad Blunck Michael & Tami Boardman George & Anita Taylor Bolanis `63* Robert & Susan Bond Richard Bondelid `51 & Florentina Krieg-Bondelid* 48 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Evan Boone `74* Rachel Bornheimer `11 Suzette Borror Marie Botnen `61 Christina Botterill Mark `81 & Susan Boutwell Mark & Ann Bowler Lester `51 & Marian Bowman* Timothy Boyce & Kim Cross-Boyce Jules Boykoff* Charles & Florence Holmes Bracy `76* Kenneth `45 & Margaret Bosworth Bragg `46* Susan Brandes* Monte & Paula Branson Jeff & Kim Braun* William `58 & Carolyne Nesbit Braun `60 Joseph & Cheree Bilyeu Brennan `85 James & Katya Brennan Mark Brennan `09 Stephen & Barbara Brennan Tricia Brenner-Cusick `83 & Michael Cusick Daniel & Sherry Brewer Norman & Christine Bringman T. Craig `74 & Audrey Swartz Britton Juliet Brosing & Keith Lecomte Darrell & Naomi Stucky Brown `03* Edwin & Ellen Lynn Cooper Brown `80 Nicole Brown `12 Lorelle Browning & Marvin Simmons Nora Brownlie `72 & Jerry Chan Daniel Broyles John `83 & JoJo Worden Brunelle `85 Marge Brushe* Meredith Brynteson `08 James & Janet Brynteson Tami Buedefeldt Floyd & Fern Buford Jake & Randi Strickland Buhl `05 Amber Buhler M. Glenn & Ruth Johnson Bullard `44* Robert Bumstead Richard & Ruth Bunker Janet Buntin `49 Rachael Burbank `09 Michael & Jane Burch-Pesses* John & Janice Danielson-Sargeant Burdett `64* Marshal & Eryn Burgess Paula-Ann Burgess-Tauala `85 & Ronnie Tauala* William & Grace Burgett Kieth `71'73 & Leslie Burkart James Burnett Nigel Burnette Hodd Dorothy Burnham `45* Alyson Burns-Glover & Rocky Glover Julie Burris Elicia Burton `03 Ellen Burton-Hallock `45* Lisa Buscho Elinor Marie Butay `08 Erika Cabatingan `11 Steve & Natasha Tyler Caldonetti `07 Marilyn Casa Calvo-Green `64 & Robert Green Rachel Camp `64 Marlene Campbell `70 Raymond & Sharon Campton Ann Canady* Maria Cantu Joan Capesius* William `52 `53 & Pala Hearth Carden `51 Joseph Cardoza Barbara Carlin `33* Laura Carlin `09 Eric Carlson `07 & Jennifer Herbage `06 Maxine Carlson `41 William & Kay Carnegie Elizabeth Caron `76 Charles Carpenter Samuel `93 & Jill Jackson Carpenter `94 Kirsten & David Carpentier Kevin Carr Aime Carreon-Serna Lawrence & Marsha Carriker Roger & Mary Carroll* Owen & Debbie Carter Scott & Kimberly Carter Steve & Sara Bagley Casler `97* John `77 & Patricia Cason Randal & Debra Casper David & Susan Cassady Robert `54 & Barbara Pelton Casteel `56* Kihei Castillo `09 Nancy Causton `92 Pauline Cawley & Paul Lethbridge Richard `91 & Lorraine Cedros C.J. Ceria `10 Charles Chaffee `99* Ruth Chaffee `70 & Scott Miller Carolann Chalabian Jessica Chan `13 Lena & Alexander Chan Arthur `69 & Peggy Chang Davis Chang `13 pacificu.edu/annualreport 49 Steven & Alyce Chapman Michael & Judith Charles Steven Chase Christine Chatten `93 `96 & Rich Wilson* Joe & Terra Cheek Mou-ta `50 & Kathleen Chen* James Cheslock `83 `86 Christian & Jackie Doerksen Chester `90* Fung & Jennifer Cheung Jerry `57 & Lis Chichester Scott Child `97 & Kelley Denney Jack `88 & Anita McDowell Childress `90* George Childs Glenn & Gayle Ching Jasmine Ching `10 James Chipps `42 Malorie Chong `97 Jeff Choy `77 Eric & Kari Virding Christensen Greta Christensen Richard Christensen `89 & Karen Karterman Theodore `53 `54 & Nola Christensen Kevin & Lisa Roberts Christiansen `98 `01 Randall Christiansen `72 `74* Phil `76 & Vicki Christman* Nancy Christoph & Robert Van Dyk* Andrea Chun `10 Raymond & Sachiko Chun Daniel & Patricia Ciula Kevin & Catherine Clark Peter & Carol Clark David & Jana Clark-Snustad John `69 & Donna Cleveland Gordon Clifford Laurel Ann Clifton `84 Kaila Cogdill `03* Shavonne Colebrooke Tonnes `04 Alexander Collias `12 Samantha-Noel Collins `06 Rebecca Concepcion Sarah Conkey `09 Nancy & David Connolly Marvin `57 & Roxanne Connor Larry & Sally Constantin Alejandro Contreras `10 Judith & Keith Cook Bridget Cooke David Cookman Richard & Arlene Coon Maria Cooper Mitch & Kathryn Pace Cooper* Amy Coplen James `65 & Kathleen Corbett* Lynn `61 `73 & Donna Corwin* John `72 & Cynthia Cost* Richard `81 & Glenda Costain Lindsey Costley `09 Elaine Coughlin & Jonathon Lietz Charles & Virginia Cowden James Craft Eve Crain Dorothy Crawford Hagar `80 & Newt Hagar* Lester & Judi Croft John `74 `76 & Debi Crotty* Mark Crunican `46* Bradley & Sharon Cuff John & Michele Curtan* Aaron & Kimberly Dalgord Charles & Carol Dallas Forrest & Diana Satterlee Daniel `58* Bob & Carol Chesbro Danley `68 Elinore Darland `53* Matthew Dasalla `04 Darren & Julie Dassinger Robert `59 & Linda Davidson Carmen Davis Catherine Davis Elizabeth Davis `93 `96 & Rick Wallace* Jeff & Susan Davis Jon & Lori Johnson Davis `93 Richard & Nancy Putnam Davis `59* TimiSue Davis-Abbott `97 & Bruce Abbott Dale `64 & Kendra Dawson Gale Dayton `52* Jeanne-Sarah de Larquier Lidia De Leon Beverly De Young `50* James & Dana Accra D'Eagle `89 Michelle Dean-Newcomb `91 & Riley Newcomb* Brenda Deas & James Block Tony & Colleen DeChiara A. Frank & Pauline Delamarter* Judy Delong-Rittman `04 & Paul Rittman* Eugene & Kristi Johnson Delplanche `74 Remy `93 & Sally Deans Delplanche `93 `96 Sherry Deming Archie & Roseann Demmert C. Kenneth DePew `78 `80 John DePolo `62 Dale Derby `62 Denis `88 & Julie Harris Desloge `88 Rita Detmer 50 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Mark `80 & Shannon Lyle DeVito `82 William & Elizabeth Dewey* Arlan & Janice DeYong Larry & Christine Duncan Didway* Cynthia Wood Diederich `71 `82 & J. Michael Zachary Jay Dietrichs `68* & Matthew Gage Craig & Jane Dingman Derryck `65 & Anne Nordlund Dittman `65* Curtis `79 & Cindy Struck Dix `79 Phyllis Dixon `51 `58* John & Teri Moses Dlouhy `75 Trisha Doan Bayard Doane `72 Scot Dobberfuhl & Kathlene Postma Kelly Doherty `86 Paul & Rina Doherty Justin Donovan `07 Megan `02 & Taylor Doren `02 Mary Downey `91 John Downie `67* Paul `54 & Ruth King Draper `57 Joshua Drew `11 David `58 & Ann Broadbent Duling `60* Carissa Dunlap Tim `84 & Jodi Dupell Martha Duran de Gonzalez Jaqui Dureg `08 James Dye `61* Ronald & Ashley Anderson Eagon `09 Mary `74 `79 & David Easton Daniel & Kristin Eaton David `83 & Nichola Ebel David `62 & Terri Ebert Aurelia Echeverria Hilda Echeverria Emilie Edling `00 Kelly & Pamela Gunson Edwards `77* Scott & Kathleen Edwards George `61 & Bonnie Edworthy Peggy Ehlers `04 Louis Eiffert `51* Scott Eilerts `93* Gregory `62 `63 & Nancy Eisen Kathryn & Greg Eisenbarth Kay Eisenhauer `85 Genevieve Ekani-Raze `04 & Gary Raze Bruce & Shirley Eldridge Benjamin Elliott `08 Harmoni Elliott `03 Thomas & Brenda Elliott Russell & Leslie Perry Elms `93 `96 Carol English `51* Michael `73 & Susan English James `94 `96 & Kristin Miller Engstrom `94 Michelle `92 & Ken Enockson William & Marion Jacobson Ensley `49* Ned `77 & Janet Enyeart Richard `72 & Denise Martin Erenstone `72* Andrew Erickson `11 Graham `88 `90 & Dina Erickson Mary Ericson & Jack Wilson Steven `71 `73 & Barbara Eriksen Peter Erschen Lunetta Erwin Clement & Amy Esaki Maria Escutia Andrade Brandie Ettinger `03 Jasmine Eugenio `10 `12 Jason & Cheryl Henry Evan `94 Eduardo Fabregas `01 Helena Fagan `73 `76 & Nels Becker Sally Farmer Lennice `89 & Donald Farnham* Alexander `65 & Nan Farquhar* Mary Faust Dale Feik Christopher & Kami Hapward Felipe `01* Jack `60 & Louise Hill Fenton `59 Aaron `91 & Tracy Remington Fentress `92* Marvin & Barbara Collins Ferenstein `64 Hollis & Elaine Welch Ferguson `74 James & Deborah Ferguson Steven `71 `73 & Fran Ferguson Jordana Ferreira `11 Aes Guiliano Ferrer `11 Rebecca Fessenden `10 J.R. & Clinda Feucht* Mandi Feucht `09 Linda Fields Charlotte Filer* Nicholas Fillis `07 Alyssa Finn `10 `13 Peggy Firman Mel Fischer Patrick `74 & Marianne Fisher* Dan `64 & Sharon Fleckles Dagoberto Flores-De Jesus Joanne Fluvog Brooke Fogwell `10 Henry & Kathleen Fong Eric & Carol Ford Peter Ford `45 pacificu.edu/annualreport 51 Jeffrey Forrey `65 Thomas & Roberta Fort* Jeffery Fortner Matthew `94 & Jennifer Foster Brian & Patricia Frangipani Darren & Trisha Franklin James `89 & Jody Franta Bradley `93 & Christine Frederickson Elia `97 & Esther Coppedge Freedman `98* James & Pamela Blackis Freeman `71* Jon Frew Philip & Brenda Friesen Deborah & Philip Friscia* Elizabeth `72 & Robert Fritz Richard & Carol Friz* James Fryman Stephanie Fryman `13 Stephen & Lola Fuhrmann* Heidi `06 & J.D. Fuiten Chad Fujiyoshi `09 Craig & Gwen Fukuhara Chantell Fukumae `12 Al & Deanna Stevens Fuller `60 Deanne Funkhouser `86 Eric Furuya `12 Michael Furuya `13 David & Joanne Aki Gabel `66* David `76 & Karen Gainey* Kristen Gallaway `11 Rachel Galli Bradford & Barbara Gallup* Anthony & Linda Garcia Sandra Garcia* Tia Garcia `11 Paul & Yoke Gardner Sandra & Paul Garry Gregg & Lisa Gaspar Thomas & Arlynda Gates Abraham Gaulton `10 Jovencio & Mely Gazmen Leslie & Debra Gebhart Michael Geraci `91 Louis `50 & Patricia Gerhardt* Natalie Getchell `11 Michael & Jeanne Port Gettle `72 Gerard `85 & Sonia Gibbons Evelyn Gibbs `49* Larry & Connie Gienger Brent & F. Denise Price Giesbers `00 Aaron Gifford `12 Frank & Katy Gifford Carroll & Susan Staton Gilbert `62* Torey Gilbertson `03 Kelcy Gillen `13 Samantha Gillenwater `11 Mary Gilliland `66 Isaac Gilman Leonard `41 & Gayle Gilman `41 Colleen Gilroy `98* Henry `50 & Alice Girzi David Gisborne & Jo Collins Nicholas `73 & Linda Gitts* Patrick & Rachel Fennimore Glancy `91* Gary & Judith Zimmerman Glenney `71 Ballard & Barbara `72 Glover Turner Scott Gobel Gary Godsil David `75 `76 & Patti Gohman* Gerald & Linda Gono* Ben & Kim Gonzales Juanita Gonzalez & Daniel Cress Chantel Gorton `09 David Goss `74 Frank & Doris Goto Thomas & Mary Goya Alana Graham Vincent & Karrine McDevitt Granato `83 Dayna Grandmason `67* David `67 & Judy Granstrom William & Nancy Grant E. David Granum & Joann Klassen David Graves `03 Lowell & Susan Greathouse Linda Greenfield `68 Robert & Janna Jackson Greenwell `02 Sarah Gregg `96 Travis & Kirstin Evans Gregory Robert & Donna Greytak* Steve `64 & Inez Bondurant Griffels `66* Sheila Griffie Tom & Beth Boyd-Roberts Griffin `89 Scott & Dawne Rime Griffith `95 Monique Grindell Dean & Karen Groetzinger* Dale & A. Elaine Bianchi Grothmann `71* Victor Rodriguez & Christine Guenther Ashley Guieb `13 Wayne `72 & Jill Matsui Gushiken `72 Marion Gustafson* Shawn & Julie Worski Gustafson `00 Michelle Guyton & William Olson Kimberly Hagood-Elliott `00 & Demond Elliott 52 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased J. Ronald & Joyce Hailicka M. Nebil & May Halabi `07 Peter & Marjorie Halbach Becky Haley `89 Benjamin & Kimberly Von Allmen Hall `91* Jayme Hall `13 Jonathan & Katya Monge Hall Ralls & Kathleen Hall Thomas & Eileen Schneider Hallee `67 Stanley Hallock `75 `77 Joseph Halloran `05 Robert & Miriam Hallyburton Stacey Halpern Craig & Rebecca Christie Hamilton `80* Maggie Hamilton `09 Ronald & Robin Hamilton Bruce & Marilyn Hamm* Jessica Hand `07 Theodore & Tania Glasscock Hand `04 Quang Hang David & Barbara Hankins Heather Hannam `78* Linda Hanson Carol Hanzlik-Hall `70 Gregory & Andrea Bickel Happel `94* Donald & Carol Hapward* Mildred Hara Lianne Hargie `75 Chris & M. Georgia Harker `03 Darlene Harkins `59 Steven & Jane Harms Harloff `90 Derek & Becky Harmon `09 `12 Bobby Harris `70 & Ruthann Hartley* Tim & Deidre Harrison Deva Harris-Williams Paul `78 & Linda Hartkorn* Gary `58 & Jacqueline Hartrampf* Larry & Judy Haselwood* Michael `97 & Kristen Cooke Haslebacher `98* Ellen Hastay* Edward & Muriel Hastings* David & Lola Wolfe Hatfield `65 Dale & Pamela Hauff Steven Haugen & Elizabeth Lux-Haugen Alexander & Amanda Haugland `07 Trevor Hausske `46 & Marjean Postlethwaite* Troy `88 & Michelle Denniston Haverkamp `87 Sarah Hawkinson `11 Anthony & Kerry Hayes Dorance `61 & Sharon Hayes* Karsten Hazelett `75 & Josephine Pegrum-Hazelett `75 Herbert `93 & Kristina VanLoo Heagh-Avritt `94 Rodney `60 `61 & Suzan Heater Sara `94 & Bill Heffler* Stan & Mimi Heil Lester & Erma Heisler* Charliss Held `84* David & Virginia Held Michael `83 & Donna L. Hellums `83 Ann Helmick `66 Bruce & Amy Kincaid Henderson `98 `02 William `77 & Denise Henderson* Michael & Cathleen Herbage Daniel & Phyllis Weiler Herinckx `70* Kelly & Dave Hering Carmelo Hernandez Jana & Atuey Hernandez Raymundo & Belma Hernandez Tammy Hersch `93 Jill Hertel `98 `03 Caroll Heusser `55* Margaret Heyman Hotch `99 `01 & Daniel Hotch Sergio Hickey `07 Alden & Karen Higa Coreen Higa `01 Dennis & Doreen Higa Glenn `70 & Candice Higa* Laine Higa `10 Paul Higa `08 Warren Higa `64 Calvin & Sharon Higuchi* Pauline Hilden `64* Gary `63 & Deborah Hill Maryanne Hill `46 Timothy & Elaine Hill* Marvin & Ruth Hilman Lawrence Hilton Todd Hinderman `09 Spencer Hing `12 Elizabeth Hirshberg Omar & Kimberly Hite Elizabeth Hix `56* Michael & Cheryl Ogawa Ho `64 Robert `62 & Michele Hobza* Clark `74 & Mary Wagenblast Hochstetler Alfredo Hokutan & Donna Cadiz-Hokutan Stan & Julie Thorne Holcomb `99 Erik & Jill Davis Holinka `96 Steve & Mary Wolfe Holland `65* James `00 & Carol Holm Christopher Holt `10 Kathryn Holt* pacificu.edu/annualreport 53 John `74 `75 & Nancy Gall Holte `77* Louis `54 & Dolores Kidder Holzgang `54* Aron & Patsy McLain Homberg `98 Brett Honda `10 Lester & Penelope Hoodenpyle Jean & Obie Hoodman John & Susan Hoover `79* Ronald & Virginia Hopfe Frederick & Lisa Hopkins Dorinda Hopp Douglas `06 & Teresa Gustafson Hopper `86 Fraser Horn `00 `04 & Nicole Kopacz-Horn `01 `07 Jesse Horner `04 & Marieli Dos Santos Bernard & Charlene Hosking William & Alice Davis Hoskins `56* Russell & Emily House Barney `63 & Joanne Morrow Howard `63 Randy `82 & Margaret Mackenzie Hubbard `81* Michael `77 & June Hudson* Burton `56 & Margaret Harty Huggett `56* William & Laurel Chamberlain Hughes `88* Jack `94 & Carolyn Huhtala Craig `65 & Molly Hull E. Merritt Hulst `67 Terrence Hummel Steve & Theresa Hunker Alexis Hunt `06 `09 James & Diane Hunt Lawrence Hunt Linda & David Hunt* Deborah Hurley Pamela Hursey-King `11 Fydella Hutton `52 Cuong Huynh `92 Lilly Huynh `12 Vincent Huynh `10 Robert `64 & Sunny McGowan Iboshi `67 Shelyce Ichimura `12 Colleen Ichiyama-Kong `97 Kazuko Ikeda* Ramona Ilea Scott Imanaka `11 Nicole Irons Heide Island Gary Isono & June Uyehara-Isono Stacey Isono `12 Pedro Jacinto Richard `56 & Dorothy Jackson* Amber Jackson Ronald Jaecks & Kelli Swanson-Jaecks Jasem Jaihouni `11 Thomas Jeanes `69* John & Jeanne Jenkins Chris & Connie Jensen Susan Jensen `68 John `80 & Barbara W. Jewett* Glenn Joesten `63 Steve & Annette Johanesen Andrew & Rebecca Walton Johnson `96 Alan Johnson `57* Alan & Aurora Johnson Bridget Johnson Glenda Johnson `83 Kristine `96 & Kyle Johnson Mark & Jean Johnson Milt `52 & Sue Johnson* Timothy Johnson `83* Lisa Johnson-Phelps Kayla Johnston `11 Michael `88 & Constance Joki* Don Jones `52 `53 Kayla Jones `09 `13 Margaret Jones `03 Mary Ann Jones `73 Matthew Jones `82 `84 & Jody Hamilton Frank & Leah Jordan Gage Josi `13 Keely & Michael Josi Maria Juarez Lopez Clifford & Helen Kagawa* Derek Kahler `08 Jerry & Patsy Kahler* Korina Kaio-Maddox `12 Joni Kaitoku `05 Edwin Kajiwara `82 Kelsey Kaku `11 Gerald Kam & Allyson Ahakuelo-Kam Alan & Adrienne Kamaura Jodi Kamemoto `10 Ashley Kanda `10 `13 Riley `66 & Jackye Kaneshina Reza Karimigevari Fukuo & Mary Kato Lisa Katon `97 & Noah Kressel Jacqueline Katz `90 Carol Kaufmann Michael Kawajiri `10 Clifford Kawano Daniel Kawasaki `11 Pamela & Ed Kawasaki Teruo & Kiku Kawata Haruyoshi & Grace Kaya 54 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Thomas `62 & Harriet Kazama Robert `88 & Leni Kearns Joseph Keeney `86 Gregory Keller Kristy Keller Birchard & Sandra Kelley Brendan Kelly & Liz Geran Kyle Kelly `89* Charles & Karen Monaco Kemp `73 Ann Kennedy Stephen & Marlis Kerby John & Emily Kerrigan Lam Kieu `09 Kayla Kilby `12 Ryan Kimberly Chelsea Kimura `11 Launa Kind Jamaica King `11 Dean & Aileen Kinoshita Kara Kinoshita `11 David Kirscher `83 `86 & Lola O'Rourke Gary & Grace Kitabayashi Valerie Kitamori `11 Michael & Dorrine Kitamura Zachary Kitamura `13 John Kivle `75 William & Sidney Toraason Klammer `83* Stephen & Cindy Klein* Susan Klein Mari Anne Klekacz `06 Kirk `80 & Lorraine Kluegel Darren & Donna Knittle Stanley & Marcella Knocker Linda Knowles Patrick Knox `70* Dale Knudson `09 Jonathan & Kathryn Walters Koch `89 Steven & Leianne Koch Fern Koga `04 Thomas Koll `82 & Karen Jansky-Koll* Russell & Delna Komo Brandon Kon `10 Samuel & Judith Kon Mari Kondo `12 Kristopher Kosik `96 Steven `79 `81 & Debra Kourajian Steven `63 & Joyce Krake* Trudy Kramer Lucretia Krebs `97 `00 Larry `65 `66 & Carol Krieger* Wendell `98 & Carlye Bates Krohn `98 `01 Ansel Krutsinger* Brian `88 & Tish Kubo Jarrett & Lana Shotwell Kubo `04 Therese Kujawa* James `99 & Alicks Kundart Landon Kurata `10 `13 George `58 & Dorthea Kurtz* Ravi Kurukulasuriya `94 Mercy Labrador Linda Ladd `01 Ronald Lajoy Karen Lally `79 Albert & Helen Lam Mary Lamb `86 Robert Lance `52 `53 John & Diane Landon* Calvin & Janet Landrus Brian & Carol Landsverk James Lane & Sheila Keane Michael Laney & Marti Olsen Laney Maria Lara Teresa Lara Paul `04 & Katie Martin Lardy `03 Leann Lariosa `12 Janet Larsen `67* Jonathan Larson `13 Delton `60 & Linda LaRue Eric Laschever & Eulalie Sullivan* Joseph Lassiter Joy Lathrop `63* Jefferson Lau `12 Gerald & Janice Lau Hee Timothy Lauer Michael & Kimberly Lawler Mary Lay Schuster `68 & Slade Schuster Cathy Layton Morgan Leach `87 & Mindy Sterner `89* Christopher Lee `08 Dick & Cindy Lee Ernesto `61 & Susanna Lee Jonathan Lee `11 Leslie & Luanne Lee* Marshall & Esther Lee* John `74 & Karen Ewell Lehman `75 `76 Margaret Lemcke `41 Thomas `74 `76 & Arlene Higa Lemieux `72* Chuck & Susan Bones Lenzi `80* Arturo Leon Catherine Leong `87 `89 John & Marian Leong Melchor Leon-Vidals pacificu.edu/annualreport 55 Carol & Norbert LePage* Sarah Leslie `13 Aaron Levin Eric & Michele Hyde Levin `91 Laura Anne Levy `46* Richard Lewin `67 Susan Li Kathleen Light Richard `88 & Melanie Lightbody Reya Liilii `10 Richard & Stephanie Hibbs Lind `85 Lawrence Lipin & Sylvie Horne* Mark & Barb Lisac Ralph & Janet Litchfield Kenneth `51 & Iris Roy Little `51* Harry `65 `66 & Margaret Litts* Tedd & Juliann Livengood Paul & Sydney Lizundia* Russell & Allyson Lloyd John `63 `65 & Judith Lofgren* Douglas & Pamela Hughes* Robert Logsdon `51* Kerry Lohr `71 Robert & Nancy Loiselle Claire Lombard `79 Richard London & Jayne Silver John Long `71* Leslie & Bobbie Loo* David Lopez `83 P. Paul & Angela Lorenzo Amanda Loupin `09 Patrick & Jill Loupin Robert & Christine Lovlien Betty Ludlam Mary Ludtke `96* L. Greg `73 `87 & Susan Luehrs Donna Lum Margaret Lund-Glassman `74 & Richard Glassman Thaddeus Lunn `11 Jeffrey Luong `13 Ned & Rebecca Stenfors Luther `79 Patricia Luttrell `95 Raphael Lyons `85* Joanna Ma `10 John `75 `76 & Joann MacDaniel Dori MacDonald Dennis & Karen Goya Maedo `67 Ron & Sharon Kodani Maeda `74* Phyllis Magden `74 Matthew Maglalang `09 John & Pamela Maher David Maile `10 Eric Main Robert & Elizabeth Colasuonno Main* Gary & Celeste Major Corby Makin `12 Shari Makizuru `90 Robert Mandelson `67 Jason `93 & Emily Mandic Nicole Mangiboyat `10 Anthony Marble `97* Helenka Marcinek* Robert & Cindy Mark Catherine Marlow Sandra Marroquin Benjamin `03 & Andrea Wilson Marske `03 Bert `92 & Kristina Wagner Martin `91 `95 Caroline Martin `13 Douglas `93 & Gladys Martin John Martin `13 Kenneth & Becky Freeman Martin `73* Lynne Martin Lucia Martinez Yadira Martinez `08 Yasutaka Maruki Stephen & Cynthia Mason Kristen Mathis `09 Michael & Anne Mathis* Ann & John Matschiner Ryan Matsuda `10 Tyler Matsuda `11 Michael & Marcia Matsui Glenn `65 & Joan Matsukawa* Barbara Matsumoto Glenn & Lori Matsumoto Eric Matsumura `12 Joseph & Deldrien Maunupau* Craig & Renee May Robert McAllister `73* Susan McAndrew `03 & Matt Parker John & Polly McArthur* Lewis & Elizabeth McArthur Charles McCarthy & Theresa Robinson Robert & Jeanette McCall David & Julie McCallum Myles McCartney `79 `81 Ward McCartney Jeffery `88 & Jan McCaw* Erin McCleary `07 & Bradley Lindquist Jonathan & Alvena McClintick `07 Douglas `96 & Claudia McClure* Bryce `89 & Bernice McCollum 56 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Michael `88 `90 & Debbie McCown Marcus McCoy Mark `92 & Sandra McDowall* Betsy McDowell `79 `82 & Paul Sisney Michael & Virginia McGaraghan Kristy McGinnis Dennis & Sharon McGirk* Michael `69 `71 & Kathie McGrath* James McGuire `05 William `89 & Tracy McIntosh `88* Gene `60 & Linda McIntyre Shannon McIntyre `08 `10 Arthur `72 & Beverly Olesen McIrvin `74 Arthur `55 & Ann McKay Kathryn McKinney `06 James & Grace McKnight Ron `65 & Gail McLaughlin Marianna McLean Richard & Mary McLinden Douglas McMickle `76 `83* Glenn & Barbara McQueen* Patricia McReal `52 Justin & Jessica McRobert Deborah Meadows John Medeiros* Kelsey Medina `11 Larson & Kehau Medina Donald `63 & Frances Meek* John `67 `68 & Mary Jane Mees* Russell Meeuf `03 & Ryanne Pilgeram `03 Rosa Mejia Gaona Anargiros Meletis `02 Kenneth & Judith Mellow* Ken `79 & Arla Melzer Rosario Mendez-Rodriguez Shelley Merello* Paul Michael Natalie Middleton `04 Susan `05 & Joseph Mihelich Michael & Susan Mijares Eric Miller `09 Catherine & Kirk Miller* David & Norah Miller James & Mildred Miller* Gerald `55 & Donna Millis* Paul & Linda Frank Minor `71* Albert & Laura Mitchell Gary `60 & Judith Mitchener Ryne Miyamoto `10 Myles & Arleen Mizuno Brent Mizutani `84 Traci Mo `11 Larry & Lisa Moen John & Kathryn Mohar* Michael Mokiao `10 Irving & Momoe Kokubo Mondschein `50* Lincoln Monroe `10 Roland `73 & Susan Monson Donald Montgomery `88 `07 David Moon `06 Amanda Moore `07 Bruce & Sandy Moore* Charles `60 & Darlene Moore Jeremiah Moore `04 June Moore `52* Kathryn Moore Kevin `82 `84 & Allyson Ogi Moore `83 Paul Moore `51* Robert & Enid Moore Sean Moore `11 William & Bonnie Bell Moore `73* Anna Moran `93 Carrie Lynne Morden `11 David & Mary Jo Morelli* Jeffrey Morey `79 & Gail Harris Wayne & Janice Morinaga Ivan & Janet Morita* John & Laura Moriyama Brianna Morningred `09 Geraldine Sinclair Morrison `52* John & Charla Moser Shani Moser `94* Frank `62 & Jennifer Mossman John `92 `97 & Heather Mott Joseph & Leslie Graves Moya `88* Lee Moyers `10 Martha Muncie `68* Susan & Gerald Munger* J. Eric & Mary Munk Eugene & Frances Munson* Howard & Winifred Murakami* Darren Murphy & Kari Seybolt-Murphy Jeannette Murphy `87* Julie Murray-Jensen & Eric Jensen Timothy & Ethel Musnicki* Kirk Mustain A. Wayne `44 & Brix Myers* Jody Myers `85 Joshua Myers `99* Michael Nagamine `12 Jeane Naito Edward & Myrtle Nakamiyo pacificu.edu/annualreport 57 Kenneth & Karen Nakamura* Kurt Nakamura `88* Mark & Dale Nakamura* Calvin & Kay Nakao Brett Nakasone `12 Jordan Nakayama `10 Roshanak Namavari `06 Martin & Antoinette Nanneman Eugene & Gwen Narimatsu Teresa Neathery `06 Maryllyn Miller Neely `78* Wendell `59 & Danell Neibuhr* David `82 `84 & Cheryl Neill* Pamela Nellis-Morrison `96 & Jeremy Morrison Dale & Elaine Nelson* Derek Nelson `11 Gary & Serena Nelson Henry & Barbara Wylie Nelson `51* James `51 `52 & Antonia Nelson Larry `91 & Amanda Deeley Nelson `95 Lenora Nelson `80 Mary Nelson `08 Ross & Linda Nelson Scott & Marit Blecha Nelson `96* William & Sharon Landreth Nesbit `62* David & Sheryl Neu Ronald Neu `13 Jan & Jean Newman Kerry `60 & Marie Newman* Wendy `97 `00 & Bruce Newton* Nhat Nguyen `11 Gary `59 & Rose Nichols* Jonathan & Marjorie Richmond Nichols `68 Robert Nickerson Stephen & Marilyn Niimi Ryan Nishikawa `10 `13 Curtis & Ann Nishimura Robert `47 & Norma Nixon Erle & Patricia Murphy Norman `73* Matthew & Ronda Novak Robert & Colleen Nowlin Gyorgyi Nyerges Sherilyn O `10 `11 Frances O'Brien `65* Kari Odo `12 Brian `89 & Michelle Elliott O'Driscoll* Jack & Lori Oelfke Al & Judy Ogasawara* Eric `03 & Davida Oglesbee Sharon Oh Michael Okada `11 Rodney & Gail Okaneku Arthur & Lonnie Oketani Lincoln Okita & Jo Malmstrom-Okita* Robert & Elaine Olguin* K.C. & Rhea Burtness Olsen `02 Charles `58 & Beverly Olson Mike & Carol Semler Olson* Majid & Kelly Omana Nancy O'Neal `03 David Onishi `06 Thomas Oommen `00 Lori Ordway-Peck `81* Eric Orlinski `08 Steven & Gail Oroku Joyce Osborn `45* Robert `64 & Jerelyn Osborn Dean `87 & Laura Shintaku Oshiro `88 Tyler Oshiro `13 Dustin Otis `10 Mike & Joy Otis Roy & Mari Otis Bill `66 & Carmen Ott Haley Overton Margaret Wong Owen `71* Sharon Owen `97 Kelsey Owens `08 Lynn Owens `81 & Rolf Wietelmann Paul Owens `66 Carl & Delanie Paasche Rudy & Imelda Pablo Bruce `74 & Alison Ando Pace `81 John & Terrilyn Pacheco Greg & Jonatha Paetzhold Darlene Pagan James & Sheryl Hector Paglieri `63* Jonathan `94 & Andrea Wageman Pahukula `96 Yuliya Panfilova `13 Isaac Parham `04 Chester & Lynne Park L. Brendt `73 & Rosemary Park Tami Park `11 Patricia Parker Matthew `03 & Julie Parks* Bradley `91 & Elizabeth Parsons* Ruth Pasley* Raja Patel Lucy Paterson `43 Michael & Cheryl Zawel Patzer `86 David `68 & Carol Coates Pauli `69* Wayne `77 & Eolyn Paulson Louis `60 & Bernardine Payne 58 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Jerry & Elizabeth Peacock Ian Pearson `10 Matt & Tina Pearson Susan & Dale Pedersen Rafael Pedraza-Urtes & Victoria Pedraza `84* Sandra Pelham-Foster & John Oorthuys John `54 & Genevieve Pennington* Philip & Cynthia Finkle Penttila `81* Wilma Schildhauer Percifield `43* Bill & Patti Peressini Christopher Perk `97 William Perkins & Robin Keillor Douglas & Sueann Perry Alana Peters `05 Juli & Terry Peters Chris `77 & Norma Petersen* Tim Pexton Chi Phan `12 Bernice Phillips Nicole Pickering `07 Tom & Nickola Grossmiller Pierce `66 Carl `60 `62 & Lois Pileri* Robert Pinder `63 Maria Pineda Jennifer Pirie `99* Francesca Piscitelli `14 Nicklas & Susan Pisias* Patricia Pitts `09 Kris & Deanna Chaney Pobanz `81 John & Sue Grimes Poler `66 Eiko Politz Joseph `66 & Sharon Pomrink* Victor & Jane Vloyantes Ponce `67 Henry & Ruth Post George `49 & Bunny Ezell Potter `49 Jennifer Potter `08 Minda & Steven Potter* Connie Powell `01* Ed & Eve Barnes Powell `80* Betty Powers* James Powers `65 & Jennie Williams-Powers Linda Pownall John & Lynn Prag* Stephen Prag Jenny Prag-Taylor `03 & Timothy Taylor Gregory & Heidi Pramuk Edward & Kathleen Prati Hannah Pratt `98 Michael Preisz Matthew Prenger `02 Lindsay Prescott `07 Bob Procive LeeAnn Prodoccini `94 Joseph Pulito `10 Chanley Purdy `11 Jann Purdy Michele & Brian Quint Matthew `07 & Jennifer McRae Radel Parke Raffensperger & Corinne Monaghan Krishnan Ramaya & Carolynn Davino-Ramaya Edwin & Christina Ranan Fernando Rangel-Sandoval Rogelio Rangel-Sandoval Thomas & Joanne Tilton Rannells `82* Michelle Rasmussen `01* Patricia Rasmussen `53 Kim Rathbun Vanessa Rathbun `05 Andrew Rau `07 Karl & Theresa Raudsepp `89 Bill & Kristy Ray* Roylene Read Amber Redoble `12 Landis & Natalie Beltram Reed `97 `00* Anna Reeve `10 Penny Reher Rebecca Reisch `01 Stacy Renfro `94 & Scott Andler Gabriel `03 & Louise Torres Reyes `05 Dean Reynolds `75 `78 & Susan Ivey `83 Jerry Rice `94 Samantha Richards `09 David & Barbara Richter John Rickman `78 `84* Theodore & Linda Keiser Riedeburg `67* Dan Riley Tony & Susan Rime Greg `74 & Victoria Nauyok Ring `74 Sharon Rissmiller Heather Ritenour `10 Jessica Ritter Harold & Barbara Roark Cassie Roberts `11 David `60 & Janet Roberts* Mary Eyman Roberts `61 Ralph `61 & Rita Roberts* Ruston Roberts `06 Thomas & Barbara Roberts Theresa Roberts-Eilerts `93 Barbara Trenholm Robinson `51* Kenneth `72 & Marilyn Robinson Rob Robinson & Kathleen Soderberg-Robinson `97 pacificu.edu/annualreport 59 Ruth Robinson Kerry Roche `11 Graciela Rodales Rebecca Rodes Jennifer Rodriguez `12 Margaret Rodriguez Springer `93 & Heriberto Rodriguez Garcia Robert `59 & E. Ellen Roe* Nancy Condit Rogers `70 Randolph & Sandra Rohde Shawna Rohner Karen Rohter* Shahna Rohter `09 Corrine Varitz Romero `50 John & Elizabeth Gomez Rominger `06 Jose & Josefina Roque Veronica Rosales-Leon Matthew Rose `07 Nicole Roseberg BriAnna Rosen `12 Ira & Ruth Conklin Rosenberg `64 Ruth Rosimo `76 & Edmund Stuber* Aaron `96 & Shelly Ellison Ross `96* James & Pamela Hummels Ross `69 Preston Ross Rebecca Roth `10 Garth & Sue Rounds Sean `97 & Barbara Toporek Roush `97 Freeman Rowe `55 Caronne Rozet `12 Spencer Rubin Wallace `57 `58 & Catharine Shepard Ruch `58* John `57 & Phyllis Rudi Marvin `61 & Mary Lou Rueck Diana Ruiz `05 David `82 & Mary Rumpf* Michael Rushfeldt `95* George & Barbara Russell Winona Turner Russell `37 Alyssa Russo `11 Nicholas Ryan `72* Marianne Ryder Walter & Alma Rye Allyson Ryoppy `10 Dan & Kathi Ryoppy Paul & Christine Sabah Wayne & Renee Sadang Adam & Rose Sagon Lynette Sahnow `65 `77 Mark & Renee Saito Richard & Yong Pun Saito Daryl Sakado `10 Derek & Linda Sakado Abby Sakaida-Diaz `08 Jerry & Rosie Sakamoto Eric `83 `85 & Tamson Saksa* Jaime Sanchez-Gutierrez David & Sheryl Sanders Douglas Sanders Amber Sandoval `11 Gary & Rena Sato David Savage `77 & Laurie Medill Megumi Sawanoi `08 Pilar Sayago Elizabeth Scanlon `10 Ian Scarth `11 Lowell `79 & Liz Schaefer Donald & Dorothy Schauermann* Fred `43 `54 & Ruth Scheller* Jonathan & Katherine Schenck Catherine Schiewe `13 Michael Schiewe & Carolyn Smith-Schiewe Harold & Laura Schilling Timm & Susan Schimke Keith `78 `80 & Karen Schindler Terry `83 & Deborah Schleisman Jonathan `78 & Pamela Young Schlueter `77* Carl & Charon Schmadeke William & Judith Schmidt Phil & Nancy Jhanda Schneider `62 Jutta Schneider `95 & Deborah Schaack* Brendan Schnopp `13 Jon Schnorr & Virginia Petersen* Greg Schober `78 `79 & Mauri Bauer `78 `80 Monte & Margaret Becker Schoffstall `79 Charlie Schreck & Monica Paas Susan & Ralph Schubothe* Stephen & Patricia Schuetz* Kara Lang Schuft `08 Joseph `95 & Stephanie Schulte William Schultz `54* Cindy Schuppert `83 Albert `71 & Nina Schuss Mary Ellen Schwartz `09 Ronald & Aline Schwartz Paul & Joyce Schwer B.J. Scott `03 `06 Danny & Lynda Nelson Scott `81* Thomas Scott Gary `58 & Jeanie Seaney* Daniel `68 & Joanne Sears* Michael `94 `97 & Lori Smith Secrest `94 60 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Jo Ann Sedlak `00 Larry & Dale Segreto Kai Seixas `10 Brenda Sekigawa `10 Rolfe Selberg `53 `65* Jeff & Hollie White Sellars `98 `00 Armando & Linda Sepulveda Rudy Serain `69* Megan Serenco John & Mai Serkowski John & Patricia Oleson Serra `64 David `72 `74 & Patti Sevensma Isak Sexson `00 & Claudia Kolwey C. Britt Sexton `94 Lee & Tamara Smith Shadbolt `89 Kelli Shaffer Robin Shallcross Sarah Sharp Rita Sheen `07 Herman Shen `92 `95 Thomas Sheppard Elizabeth Sherman `11 Mark & Barbara Sherrill Gina Shilhanek `91 `92 Douglas & Nanette Shimomura Jessica Shimomura `10 Adrian Shipley `09 Rebecca Shipman Jean Allin Shirley `39* Douglas Shiro `80 Cub `88 & Danice Shulund Laura Dutton Shutt `81 Jack & Anna Siebert Phil Siechen Joyce Givens Siewert `54 Terry `65 & Marion Natenstedt Sigel `66 Evelyn `68 & Kenneth Silbernagel* Leon & Laurali Smith Sime `98 Robert & Carolyn Brown Simmons `68 Neil & Christine Quevedo Simon `06 Zachary Simon-Adler `13 Dennis Simonsen Douglas & Rita Sinclair Walter `51 & Muriel Sinclair Anne Sinkey `99 Neil & Patience Tyrell Skill `58 Alfred Slighter Paul & Molly Morrow Sloan `96 `98 Shayona Sloan `12 William & Rebecca Smead Brad & Tricia Sylvia Smelser `94 `95 Angela Smith* Dana & Karen Baldwin Smith `70 Dewayne Smith Garry Smith `74 Harlan & Shannon Mahoney Smith Jimmy & Brenda Smith Suzanne Smith & Perry Hutchison Rickey & Diana Smith Roland Smith `50 Walter & Karen Smith William `56 & Malva Picard Smith `56* Jillona Smull `12 Jeremy & Emily Snyder Jeffrey & Kumika Soga Michelle Soga `12 Daniel `89 & Diane Solbrack Annjanette & Jim Sommers `04 Brede Souza `10 Joel Spencer & Lurnette Dacalio-Spencer Robert Spendle & Julie Koepp David `63 & Karen Spidal* Deirdre Stadtlander Christina Stankovich* Colin Stapp `91 Louanne Starr `65* Johanka Stavenik `11 Michael & Gerianne Steele Cody Stein `10 `11 Richard Steinzeig & Elizabeth Ellis-Steinzeig Stephen `87 & Elizabeth Sternitzky Charles & Jeanne Stevens Claude `70 & Margaret Stevens Andrea Stewart Howard & Marjory Jackson Stokes `51* Richard & Susan Wilkinson Stone `69* Dennis Strand `67 Jey Strangfeld Ron & Dorothy Knouff Strasser `90* Carley Straughan `49 `50* Cynthia Strawn `00* David `01 & Nicole Dorris Strayer `00* Marjorie Underwood Street `46* Gary `85 & Lorna Stremcha Goran & Mona Streng Mara Strickler Leonard `65 & Anne Stroh* Lindsay `80 & Harriet Strothers Damon & Lois Struble Gene Stuben `91 Michael Studer `91 Samantha Stych `11 pacificu.edu/annualreport 61 Erika Styles `09 Daniel & Carole Suehiro Ernest & Janet Sueoka* Gary & Jill Sugihara Brian Sullivan `82 `85 & Anna Leon-Guerrero `83 Gloria Sullivan `53* Robert & Sylvia Summers Colleen & Damon Sump Angela Surratt Michael `65 & Ann Suzuki* Dean `58 & Janet Swanson* Donald `69 `71 & Cathie Reynolds Swanz `73* Adene Swearingen Rick `74 `76 & Barbara Swearingen Paul & Christine Swinehart Lisa Szefel Yu-Chi & Tai Tony Taianao & Jill White `90 Alexander Taimanao `10 Patti Taira-Tokuuke `90 `92 & Jon Tokuuke* Philip `66 & Karen Takaba Edward & Meri Takahashi* Edward Takahashi `89 Greg & Alma Takahashi Ryan Takas `99 Kelsy Takashima `12 Sage Takayama `12 Gerard & June Takiguchi* Gordon & Patricia Tallent* Shannon Tanabe `08 Terrence `79 & Charlene Tancabel* Lea Tanigawa David & Rhonda Taplin Constance Tarasawa* Michael & Adele Tasaka Nicholas Tasaka `13 Tim & Cortney Woolett Tassone C. Wayne `50 `60 & Jean Brodersen Tate `52* Darwin `65 & Cecilia Tate* Karen Tate-Pettinger Brad Taura `99 Alisha Taylor `13 Scott `74 `76 & Merrillyn Taylor* Tenley Taylor Edwin `58 & Mary Tays* Wilberta Teeter* Robert Teiche `87 & Patricia Daly `85 `87 Kimberly Tengan `97* Trisha Tengan `12 Patricia Campbell Tennant `56* Vincent & Mitsuko Tenorio Michael `69 & Linda Terhorst* Timothy & Susan Terrell* Sam & Dorothy Teruya Terence & Ann Teruya* Anson & Anne Thacher Astrid Thangen & James Seixas James Thayer Jon `74 & Joan Thayer `72 Anthony & Kathleen Thiel Alison Thomas `13 Sarah & Arden Thomas Betsy `83 & Fred Thompson* James `78 & Darlene Thompson Joshua Thompson `13 Kenneth & Keely Walshe Thompson `99 Larry `87 & Robin Thompson Robert & Margaret Donkle Thompson `85 Roger Thompson `53 `54 Timothy Thompson Donald Thorsness `53 Donald & Meryl Thulean Kathy Thurman `76 `80 William `58 & Joyce Tiedgen* Wendell & Ruthann Tobiason Gary & Lorraine Tokuda* Dale & Sandra Tokuuke* J. Greg `82 `85 & Cindy Toland Gary & Gail Tomita* Neal Tomita `70 Jeffrey & Deann Torrison Alex & Shirley Toth Anthony Tran `10 `13 Thu-Thuong Tran `10 Terry `61 `63 & Alice Trevillyan James Truax `03 Peter `69 & Patricia York Truax `79* James & Kathy Truher Robert `75 & Stephanie Trumm Binh & Kim Truong Kizamu Tsutakawa `11 Valinda Tuey Stephen & Angela Tuffey Allen Tugaoen `13 Patrick & Natividad Tugaoen Martha & Kenneth Tunall Ted & Susan Huang Tung `62 Glen Turner `88 `90 & Lisseth Madsen-Turner Mary Turner Stanton `67 & Kathleen Turner* W. Dayton `63 & Laurel Turner Mike & Linda Twiss 62 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Two Foxes Singing Charles `76 `77 & Teresa Tyhurst Dennis `67 & Karen Ueyama Phillip & Belinda Raymond Uhall `81 Ferdinand & Leonora Usi Enie Vaisburd Genice Curtis Van Hemert `50 William Van Horn `54 Kristen Van Kranenburgh Troy & Laurie Van Roekel Carolyn Vanaken Stacy Vance `03 David & Laurie Nelson Vancott `00 William Vandermolen & Susan Schnell Charles `73 & Christa Knapp Vandervort `74 Deanne Dayton Vandevert `61 Robert & Pamela Varuska* Dalton & Nona Velligas Stephanie Velligas `11 Pablo `94 & Linda Hirashiki Venenciano `93 `94 Margaret Vincent Gerald & Jocelyn Vivas Truong Vo Jessica Voas `06 Alice Furby Voges `52* John `72 `77 & Martha Conkey Voorhies `72 `77 Charles & Johari Hemenway Vos `67* Sandee Vossler `88* Harold Vreeland Norman Wagner Paul & Caryn Wagner Deanne Wahlstrom `90 Robert `74 & Kay Kyle Waldron `75 Joe `88 & Maria Fiallo Walsh `86 David `49 & Sue Walt Scott `88 & Lori Kinsey Walters `88 Dennis Walthall `68 & Carol Taylor* Amanda Waltz `14 Hongmin Wang & Yuzhen Mo Frank & Linda Hamblin Ward `82 Steven `91 & Terri Ward Stewart `60 `61 & Mysta Austin Ward `62* E. David `68 & Phyllis Warfield* Shelley Washburn Juanita Wasser `49 Grace Watamoto* Joni Watanabe `09 Wayne & Kathleen Watanabe Mike & Debbie McLean Watson `80 Terry & Anne Harrington Watson `79 Sern Watt `68 & Mari Siemon* Steven & Carol Way Douglas Weaver James Weaver & Lori Worden Kristofer Weaver `07 Rebecca Weaver `98* Alec & Amber Webster Noel `97 & Christy Pugh Webster `97 Thomas & Donna Twining Wehrley `89 Susan & Scott Weinbender* Robert & Kathy Weinhold* Gilbert `50 & Trina Weisman Bruce & Marianne Hinck Welling `81 `84* Wayne & Betty Wenger Lyman `61 `62 & Charlene West* Gary & Beth Westbrook `91 Jon Westerholm `56* Randall `79 & Joyclyn Westfall `78 `80 Molly & Jeff Westmoreland Dean Wetzel `92* Robert Whipple Harold & Vickie White* Max & Kathleen Main White `63* Paul & Jeanne White Richard & Carolyn Miller White `65* Travis White `12 Vincent `69 `71 & Jill White Mary Whitmore Pamela Widmer Harry `83 & Rebecca Wiessner* Samuel & Kim Wilbanks Laura Christ Wilbur `05 Seth Wilcox `99 Rosemary Hess Wiles `40* James & Brenda Hall Wilkinson `60 William & Dollyann Dudis Willcutt `72 Alyson Williams Clark & Mary Williams Jeffrey `93 & Stephanie Newkirk Williams* Larry `65 & Kathleen Williams* Portus & Sarah Williams Douglas Willingham Fred `66 & Tonya Willis* Jeffrey Willis `96 Joel & Linda Eggert-Wernli Wilson `80 Elaine Brady Wiltse `53 Gordon & Dorothy Wiltshire Daniel & Stephanie Prischmann Winrod `98 Joyce Wisinger `67 Frank Wolf `51* Zachary Wolf `11 Carol Wong `71* pacificu.edu/annualreport 63 Dayna Michelle Wong `10 Edward & Sheila Wong* Jordan Wong `12 Susan Woodard `07 George `59 & Flo-Ree Woodruff* Scott `71 `73 & Mari Woodruff Rachael Woody `05 & Tobias Inman R. Gary `70 & Shari Thorn Wright `72* Glenn & Gloria Doerfler Wulf `53* Timothy & Martha Woerndle Wylder `79 Eric & Corinne Yabuta Luther Yam `13 Marlene Yam Kevin `87 & Jennifer Garcia Yamashiro `97 Casey Yamashita `11 Siegfred & Roberta Yamashita Tiari Yamashita `11 Cheryl Yanagida `76* Lloyd & Ruby Yasumoto* Vance Yatsushiro `66 Patricia Yee `95 Kelly Yim `01 `04 Megan Yoshimoto `12 Jaime Yoshino `10 `12 Thomas & Caryn Yoshino Zhihao You & Meng Qian Lorin Young Mark Young Vernon & Dawn Young* Jason Younker `11 Thomas & Hilda Younker Miriam Yovetich `08 Ray & Melanie Masaki Zellmer `99 Irv `62 `63 & Carol Zemrau Janice Ziegler `88 & Richard Hansen Douglas & Christine Taylor Zimmer `95 Fredric & Connie Zook* Thomas Zook `75 Tom `68 & Janice Kiyota Zyp `68 O RGANIZATIONS 20/20 Eyecare Centers, Inc. PC 20/20 Vision Center Accent on Eyes Optometry ADEA Wine Company American Association of University Women* Annie's Hallmark L.L.C. Appoloni Vineyards Arakaki Physical Therapy & Sports Rehabilitation* Audiological Consultant and Services Baker City Copy, Ship and Mail Baker Vision Clinic P.C. Barclay West Financial Advisors, LLC Anthony L. Baumgartner, O.D. Bausch & Lomb Inc. Blue Springs Family Eye Care Bryn Mawr Vineyards Carlton Cellars LLC Christine Chatten O.D. Childrens Vision Clatsop Community Bank Columbia Crest Eye Care CompView Medical Contact Lens Manufacturers Association Corvallis Eye Care Remy J. Delplanche, O.D. Ned A. Enyeart, O.D. Eye Care Specialists of Green River Frito Lay D. K. Funkhouser O.D., S.C. The Arthur J. Gallagher Foundation Hanada & Sons dba Aloha Shell Service Heart Mountain Eye Care Impact Physical Therapy, L.L.C. Timothy D. Johnson, O.D. Matthew A. Jones O.D. Edwin S. Kajiwara, O.D. Kapaa Ice Company, Inc. Kettle Foods Kramer Vineyards Macadam Vision Clinic D.B. Martin Professional Corp. Marc Mondavi & Charles Krug Winery McDonald Optical* Montinore Estate Na Hawaii New Visions Eyecare Olson's Bicycles Owen Roe Pacific NW Ohana Realty, P.C. Dr. L. Brendt Park, Inc. Chris G. Petersen, O.D. PGE Employee Giving Campaign PFLAG Forest Grove Plum Hill Vineyards John A. Prag & Associates, Inc. Precision Eyecare, P.C. Salmon River Vision Clinic Sam Sato's, Inc. Schulte & Company, Inc. David Sevensma, O.D. Shafer Vineyard Cellars Dr. Herman Shen & Associates 64 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Douglas T. Shiro, OD, Inc Silver Ranch SpringHill Suites by Marriott Squire West Properties Swan Island Dahlias Symetra Financial Thompson Optical Inc. Time Warner Employee Grant Program United Technologies Corporation Matching Gift Program United Way Mid Willamette Valley United Way of Snohomish County Uptown Vision Center Urban Decanter Uroboros Glass Studios, Inc. Veta Bay Fisheries Vision Source - Walla Walla Waterworks Irrigation Services Vincent W. White O.D. Winco Foods Woodburn Company Stores Woodridge Vision Clinic* The following students invested in their own education by making a gift to Pacific University during the 2009-2010 academic year. Atsushi Akimoto `13 Kayla Alcoran `13 Kelcie Ama `09 Ruth Anthony `13 Michael Arakaki `13 Anson Arakaki `13 Chad Asato `10 Amy Banas `11 Student Giving Sebastian Bannister Lawler `13 Ross Bartlett `09 `14 Alyssa Berry `10 Rachel Bornheimer `11 Nicole Brown `12 Lusha Kaufmann `98 & Chris Brown `11 Cristiana Bunica `12 Elinor Marie Butay `08 Erika Cabatingan `11 Ronald `13 & Shesna Calkins Martha Calus McLain `03 & Kyle McLain `10* C.J. Ceria `10 Jessica Chan `13 Davis Chang `13 Jasmine Ching `10 Andrea Chun `10 Alexander Collias `12 Alejandro Contreras `10 Jason `13 & Maria Estrada Deming Joshua Drew `11 Jaqui Dureg `12 Steven Ellerd `10 Andrew Erickson `11 Jasmine Eugenio `10 `12 Jordana Ferreira `11 Aes Guiliano Ferrer `11 Rebecca Krieger Fessenden `10 Alyssa Finn `10 `13 Brooke Fogwell `10 Stephanie Fryman `13 Chantell Fukumae `12 Eric Furuya `12 Michael Furuya `13 Kristen Gallaway `11 Tia Garcia `11 Abraham Gaulton `10 Natalie Getchell `11 Aaron Gifford `12 Kelcy Gillen `13 Samantha Gillenwater `11 Ashley Guieb `13 Jayme Hall `13 Derek & Becky Harmon `09 `12 Sarah Hawkinson `11 Laine Higa `10 Spencer Hing `12 Christopher Holt `10 Brett Honda `10 Pamela Hursey-King `11 Vincent Huynh `10 Lilly Huynh `12 Shelyce Ichimura `12 Scott Imanaka `11 Stacey Isono `12 Jasem Jaihouni `11 Kayla Johnston `11 Kayla Jones `09 `13 Gage Josi `13 Korina Kaio-Maddox `12 Kelsey Kaku `11 Jodi Kamemoto `10 Ashley Kanda `10 `13 Michael Kawajiri `10 Daniel Kawasaki `11 Kayla Kilby `12 Chelsea Kimura `11 Jamaica King `11 Kara Kinoshita `11 pacificu.edu/annualreport 65 Valerie Kitamori `11 Zachary Kitamura `13 Brandon Kon `10 Mari Kondo `12 Landon Kurata `10 `13 Leann Lariosa `12 Jonathan Larson `13 Jefferson Lau `12 Jonathan Lee `11 Sarah Leslie `13 Reya Liilii `10 Thaddeus Lunn `11 Jeffrey Luong `13 Joanna Ma `10 David Maile `10 Corby Makin `12 Nicole Mangiboyat `10 John Martin `13 Caroline Martin `13 Ryan Matsuda `10 Tyler Matsuda `11 Eric Matsumura `12 Shannon McIntyre `08 `10 Kelsey Medina `11 Ryne Miyamoto `10 Traci Mo `11 Michael Mokiao `10 Lincoln Monroe `10 Sean Moore `11 Carrie Lynne Morden `11 Lee Moyers `10 Michael Nagamine `12 Brett Nakasone `12 Jordan Nakayama `10 Derek Nelson `11 Ronald Neu `13 Nhat Nguyen `11 Ryan Nishikawa `10 `13 Sherilyn O `10 `11 Kari Odo `12 Michael Okada `11 Tyler Oshiro `13 Dustin Otis `10 Yuliya Panfilova `13 Tami Park `11 Ian Pearson `10 Chi Phan `12 Francesca Piscitelli `14 Joseph Pulito `10 Chanley Purdy `11 Amber Redoble `12 Anna Reeve `10 Heather Ritenour `10 Cassie Roberts `11 Kerry Roche `11 Jennifer Rodriguez `12 BriAnna Rosen `12 Rebecca Roth `10 Caronne Rozet `12 Alyssa Russo `11 Allyson Ryoppy `10 Daryl Sakado `10 Amber Sandoval `11 Elizabeth Scanlon `10 Ian Scarth `11 Catherine Schiewe `13 Brendan Schnopp `13 Kai Seixas `10 Brenda Sekigawa `10 Elizabeth Sherman `11 Jessica Shimomura `10 Zachary Simon-Adler `13 Shayona Sloan `12 Jillona Smull `12 Michelle Soga `12 Brede Souza `10 Johanka Stavenik `11 Cody Stein `10 `11 Samantha Stych `11 Alexander Taimanao `10 Kelsy Takashima `12 Sage Takayama `12 Nicholas Tasaka `13 Alisha Taylor `13 Trisha Tengan `12 Alison Thomas `13 Joshua Thompson `13 Thu-Thuong Tran `10 Anthony Tran `10 `13 Kizamu Tsutakawa `11 Allen Tugaoen `13 Stephanie Velligas `11 Amanda Waltz `14 Travis White `12 Zachary Wolf `11 Dayna Michelle Wong `10 Jordan Wong `12 Christina Wucherpfennig `12 Luther Yam `13 Tiari Yamashita `11 Casey Yamashita `11 Megan Yoshimoto `12 66 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Jaime Yoshino `10 `12 Jason Younker `11 Heart of Oak Society The Heart of Oak Society honors those who have made long-term commitments to Pacific University by naming the University in their will, arranging life income gifts (charitable trusts, gift annuities and life estate gifts of residences) or making gifts of life insurance or other estate assets. If you have named Pacific University as a beneficiary in your estate plan, but are not listed, please let us know. We would like to express our thanks. At their request, some members' names are not published here. INDIV I D U A L S Shirley `52 `53 & Arline Abbott Paul `50 & Sarah Anderson William `49 `51 & Honey Baldwin Robert `53 & Jean Baltes Thomas `51 & Lavilla Siegeist Barry Amy Spelbrink Beaupre `33 Patrick & Tabitha Hazelett Becker `84 Arthur & Elizabeth Clark Benton `65* Ruth Bishop `68 David & Robyn Buzzetti Bogden `81 Evona Harford Brim* Dan & Kathy Bump Kenneth `41 & Ellen Arnold Bump `40* George & Ruth Burlingham* Ellen Burton-Hallock `45* Richard & Pamela Loring-Johnson Cariker `63 Waltraud Pembaur Cate `47 LeRoy & Doris Christensen Timothy Choy `64* Benjamin Colby `97 Corie Coleman-Maxwell* Bernard `51 & Margaret Gaston Cooper `51* Phillip & Leigh Creighton* Catherine Crooker & Griff O'Brien Lance & Marcia Englund Cypert `72 Sue Morgan Dawson `59 Anthony `49 & Maureen DeVito Hildegard Brodersen Fahrenbach `80 Judith Wright Favor `61 Charlotte Filer* Peter Ford `45 Lorely French & James Draznin* Gerald `53 `54 & Marian Groff Joe `79 & Mary Gross Kenji `72 & Lillian Kiyota Hamada `70* Eugene `49 `50 & Jimmie Grace Harris Karsten Hazelett `75 & Josephine Pegrum-Hazelett `75 Rodney `60 `61 & Susan Heater Jean Himes Thomas J. '58 & Gretchen Holce Robert `49 `50 & Billie Holcomb Ronald `51 & Joyce Honeyman David `72 & Melanie McVey Johnston `91 Richard `53 & Lois Williams Johnston `52 `80* Robert `49 & Dori Jones* Brenda Johnson Kameenui `70* Edward Kameenui `70 Alan & Jane Stein Kershaw `61* Gerald `81 `83 `85 & Zona Komarnicky Ansel Krutsinger* Jay Lee Leonard & Nira Levine Douglas Longhurst `89 & Linda Netherton David `63 & Sandy Spurling Lowe `78 `82* Ronald Malloney `60 William & Cheron Messmer Mayhall `64 Kenneth McGill* Bruce McInnes Gene `60 & Linda McIntyre John Meyer `49 Erica Meyer-Arendt* Mrs. T. Kirk Miles Thomas Mitchell `99 James `51 `52 & Antonia Nelson William D. Nelson `50 William L. `51 `52 `53 & Louise Leding Nelson `51* Roberta Nickels `70* Deanne Nielsen John Olsen `67 `68 William `49 `50 & Maxine Pollock Irene Price* Jack `52 `53 & Laverna Reid Nan Reppeto John & Marilyn Ritchie Aaron `96 & Shelly Ellison Ross `96* R. Richard `77 `79 & Marcia Pogue Ryan `79 Michael Rushfeldt `95* Timothy `66 & Nancy Schauermann* Ruth Scheller* William & Hazel Sefler Rolfe Selberg `53 `65* pacificu.edu/annualreport 67 Mary Wolken Sizer `52 `77 Thomas & Della Sloan Myron `60 & Jann Chapman Smith `60 Karen Soderberg `82 Janice Spencer `70 Richard `53 `54 & MaryLou Spencer Michael & Gerianne Steele Byron & Dianne Steiger `79* Steven Stewart `69* Jay `53 & Leona Blackmun Stovall `51 Barbara Strain `70 Cleo Strain Carley Straughan `49 `50* Gayle `66 & Lois Strickler* Douglas Stuart `51 `52 William Studdiford `49 C. Wayne `50 `60 & Jean Brodersen Tate `52* Margaret Taylor Dean Taylor Margaret Thompson Donald `51 & Louise Barnett Todd `50 Robert & Bobbie Skerry Tomkinson `52* Dennis `78 `80 & Rita Vannatta Louis & Camille Wainwright Ann Waltz Loren & Dottie Waltz* James Weber `70 `75 & Sally Ringholm `78 Benjamin & Elaine Whiteley* Norma Nelson Williams `61* Phonathon Callers FALL 2009 Harmony Cook Annual Giving Intern PHONATHON COORDINATORS Natasha Grewal (OD) Sherilyn O Ian Pearson Malia Purdy CALLERS Ruth Anthony Amy Banas Zach Barckmann Alyssa Berry Xinan Ding Stephanie Dureg Jordana Ferreria Stephanie Fryman Michael Furuya Kristen Gallaway Tia Garcia Becky Harman (COE) Caitlyn Holmboe Kudrat Kahlon Leann Lariosa Samantha Lee David Maile Tami Park Amber Redoble Anna Reeve Caronne Rozet Ally Ryoppy Samantha Stych Janelle Tamashiro (SPP) Alisha Taylor Thu-Thuong Tran Allen Tugaoen Zachary Wolf SPRING 2010 Harmony Cook Annual Giving Intern PHONATHON COORDINATORS Natasha Grewal (OD) Sherilyn O Ian Pearson Malia Purdy CALLERS Ruth Anthony Amy Banas Zach Barckmann Ross Bartlett (SPP) Alyssa Berry Stephanie Dureg Jordana Ferreria Stephanie Fryman Michael Furuya Kristen Gallaway Tia Garcia Gage Josi Mari Kondo Leann Lariosa Kelsey Medina Tami Park Francesca Piscitelli (SPP) Amber Redoble Anna Reeve Caronne Rozet Ally Ryoppy Shayona Sloan Samantha Stych Sage Takayama Janelle Tamashiro (SPP) Alisha Taylor Thu-Thuong Tran Zachary Wolf 68 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased Pacific University Senior Officers ADMINISTRATION Lesley M. Hallick, Ph.D. President John S. Miller, Ph.D. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Philip J. Akers Vice President for University Relations Michael D. Mallery Vice President for Finance and Administration Eva C. Krebs, J.D. Vice President for Student Affairs and Admissions/Dean of Students DEANS AND DIRECTORS Ann E. Barr, Ph.D., D.P.T. Executive Dean, College of Health Professions; Vice Provost Laura Dimmler, Ph.D. (c) MPA Program Director, Masters of Healthcare Administration Michel Hersen, Ph.D. Dean, School of Professional Psychology Randy Randolph, M.P.A.S. Program Director, School of Physician Assistant Studies Lisa J. Rowley, R.D.H., M.S. Program Director, School of Dental Health Science Richard Rutt, Ph.D. Program Director, School of Physical Therapy Susan Stein, M.S., R.Ph. Dean, School of Pharmacy John White, Jr., Ph.D., OTR Program Director, School of Occupational Therapy Mark E. Ankeny, Ph.D. Dean, College of Education Glenda Moss, Ed.D. Associate Dean, College of Education (Forest Grove campus) Shelley L. Smolnisky Ed.D. Associate Dean, College of Education (Eugene campus) John Hayes, Ph.D. Dean, College of Arts & Sciences David DeMoss, Ph.D. Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences Sarah R. Phillips, Ph.D. Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences Steve R. Smith M.A. Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences Shelley Washburn, M.A.T. Director, Master of Fine Arts in Writing Program Jennifer Smythe, O.D., M.S. Dean, College of Optometry Kenneth Eakland, O.D. Associate Dean for Clinical Programs, College of Optometry John Smith, O.D. Assistant Dean, College of Optometry ACADEMIC AFFAIRS Sara Hopkins-Powell, Ph.D. Vice Provost for Academic Affairs Christopher Wilkes, Ph.D. Vice Provost for Research Marita Kunkel, M.L.S. Director, Pacific University Library Kenneth F. Schumann, M.Ed. Director of Athletics pacificu.edu/annualreport 69 Board of Trustees Ms. Julie Berglund Baker Ms. Evona "Evie" M. Brim Mr. George W. Burlingham Ms. Mindy Cameron `65 Mr. Manuel Casta�eda Mr. Patrick C.H. Clark `93 Mr. Brian B. Doherty Dr. Mary "Katie" Farrell Mr. Mark Frandsen Dr. Lorely French Mr. Nathan Gilpin `11 Ms. Rebecca Graham Dr. Lesley M. Hallick Mr. David C. Hamill Mr. Richard E. Hanson Mr. Lawrence W. "Tige" Harris III Dr. Yvonne Katz Mr. John G. King Dr. Eric Knutson `66 O.D. `67 Mr. Kim W. Ledbetter Mr. Kenneth Lewis Mr. David W. Lowe `63 Mr. Ken McGill Dr. Richard B. Miles Mr. Gary A. Pacarro `74 Ms. Nancy M. Phillips '77, `82 Mr. Joseph A. Rodriguez Mr. Tim Schauermann `66 Ms. Sherry H. Smith `64 Mr. William H. Stoller `74 Mr. Milan Stoyanov Mr. Tommy Thayer Ms. Sheila Vortman `67 Ms. Lisa Whui Wen Wang Mr. Gerald C. Yoshida `73 EMERITI TRUSTEES Governor Victor Atiyeh, Hon. `96 Dr. James H. Berglund `60 Mr. Steven C. Boone `73 Ms. Eleanore "Elly" A. Chong Mr. Robert E. Epler Mr. Ron Fraedrick Mr. Michael E. Henningsen Jr. Dr. John R. Meyer `49 Mr. Steven R. Rogel Mr. Bryce Seidl Mr. Leslie Stevens Ms. Jean B. Tate `52 Dr. Benjamin R. Whiteley, Hon. `01 Dr. Dean M. Wilcox `50 HONORARY TRUSTEES Dr. Louis B. Perry, Ph.D. Hon. `64 Dr. Newton K. Wesley, M.D., O.D. `39 70 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS * Five years consecutive giving Deceased OFFICE OF UNIVERSITY RELATIONS 2043 College Way Forest Grove, OR 97116 503-352-2211 877-722-8648 MORE ONLINE | pacificu.edu/annualreport Pacific University is committed to sustainability. Help us with our efforts and pass this on. Recycle or reuse responsibly. Thank you. 10/10 LP 1M #2109-15 CS