Spencer Patton, senior, with the Kansas City Royals organization
Annual Report 2010-2011
Jazmin Hill, freshman
Brooke Hood, sophomore
Mike Jones, senior, with New York Red Bulls
From the Director Dr. Bradley L. Hewitt Director of Athletics
On behalf of our coaches, staff, and student-athletes, I would like to thank you for your incredible support of Cougar Athletics. The success we attain both on the field and in the classroom could not be accomplished without our loyal supporters. This year we will complete our Division I certification process—a step that could not have been achieved without you. Our programs made great advances during the 2010-2011 season. The men’s soccer team was runner-up at the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Tournament in its first year of eligibility. The softball team, also in its first year of eligibility, finished fourth in the Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) race and participated in the six-team OVC Tournament. Our men’s basketball team won the Las Vegas Classic, thereby winning an NCAA Division I Tournament for the second straight year. In the classroom, our student-athletes continued to excel, having posted a 3.125 grade point average (GPA) for the spring 2011 semester and an all-time best 3.184 GPA during the fall 2010 semester. The athletes have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or better for 10 consecutive semesters, an accomplishment which should not go unnoticed, especially in light of the number of contests that have taken place off campus since the transition process began and the increased amount of travel which resulted. Five of our programs (men’s cross country, women’s tennis, women’s golf, women’s soccer, and softball) were among teams listed by the NCAA as having earned Public Recognition Awards for their most recent multi-year Academic Progress Rates. SIUE led the Ohio Valley Conference in the number of teams honored, followed by Eastern Illinois and Murray State. Conference affiliation for all sports was solidified in June when the wrestling program was named an associate member of the Southern Conference (SoCon) marking the first time in the 41-year history of the program that conference affiliation has been achieved. SIUE joined Gardner-Webb (Boiling Springs, NC) and Campbell (Buies Creek, NC) as associate members and bolstered the number of members in the SoCon to eight. Affiliation with SoCon will afford the wrestlers an opportunity for post-season competition as well as Division I championships. Conference affiliations for SIUE Athletics, then, include the OVC, the MVC (men’s soccer), and SoCon (wrestling). With the support from the University, as well as outside funding received over the past year, enhancements to our facilities continued. The men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms were renovated, synthetic turf was laid on the baseball infield, and the baseball clubhouse was remodeled. While these improvements helped ensure that our facilities more closely match those of other mid-major Division I universities, we continue to explore additional avenues funding for various projects. Planning approval was given by the Board of Trustees for a proposal to resurface the track at Korte Stadium. We also received project and budget approval from the Board of Trustees to construct an indoor practice facility for the softball program. A 12,100 square foot building, complete with batting cages and infield practice space, is planned at an estimated cost of $980,000. Funding for this project will come from University Plant funds and private contributions to the softball program. Another exciting facility project that is underway is the weight room, academic center, and the Charles and Mary Lukas
Athletics Annex which will provide approximately 29,100 square feet of new office space for the Intercollegiate Athletics Department. The project has received budget approval from the Board of Trustees and is projected to cost $4.5 million, funding for which will be obtained from private contributions and University construction funds. The accomplishments of our student-athletes and our programs can be followed at siuecougars.com. We are working hard to see that our student-athletes, both current and future, are afforded a first-class opportunity here at SIUE. We will continue our sucessful efforts to graduate our student-athletes and produce programs of which you can be proud, while retaining our commitment to our alumni and dedicated Cougar fan base. Should you have any questions about any of the materials contained in this annual report, please contact me at email@example.com. It’s a great day to be a Cougar!
Dr. Bradley L. Hewitt Director of Athletics
SIUE Competition Map for 2010-11 Alabama Arizona Arkansas California
Baseball Alabama Arkansas Florida Illinois Indiana Kentucky Missouri Oklahoma Tennessee Men’s Basketball Illinois Kentucky Missouri Iowa Tennessee Indiana Nevada South Dakota Men’s Golf Kansas Illinois Kentucky Arizona Indiana Missouri Arkansas
Florida Georgia Illinois Indiana
Iowa Kansas Kentucky Michigan
Missouri Nebraska Nevada New Mexico
North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Wisconsin
Men’s Soccer Oklahoma Illinois Indiana Missouri Nebraska
South Dakota Missouri Illinois Michigan Missouri Georgia
Men’s Tennis Ohio Indiana Tennessee Florida Illinois Kentucky
Women’s Basketball Illinois Missouri Kansas Indiana Kentucky Tennessee California Florida Arkansas
Track and Field Missouri Illinois Michigan New Mexico South Carolina Kentucky Oregon Iowa Indiana Wrestling Iowa 0-4 Nevada
Women’s Golf Illinois Indiana Tennessee Florida Women’s Soccer Indiana Illinois Arkansas Missouri
Iowa Kansas Softball North Carolina Nevada Kentucky Missouri Illinois Tennessee Indiana Women’s Tennis Tennessee Ohio Indiana Florida Illinois Kentucky Volleyball Indiana South Carolina Tennessee Kentucky Wisconsin Illinois Kentucky
Men’s Soccer took a foreign tour to England (Thanks to many)
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Ten SIUE student-athletes received the OVC Medal of Honor Award and 100 were named to the Commissioner’s Honor Roll. The OVC Medal of Honor is given annually to the student-athletes who achieve the highest grade point average (GPA) in an OVC-sponsored sport. A student-athlete must have at least a 3.25 GPA and be eligible and on the team throughout the competitive season.
Better than 62 percent of all SIUE student-athletes (158 of 253) finished with a GPA of 3.0 or better. There were 75 student-athletes who were named to SIUE’s Dean’s List, having posted a GPA of better than 3.5.
The SIUE men’s basketball and men’s golf program each won OVC Team Academic Achievement Awards for garnering the highest percentage of players who were named to the OVC’s Honor Roll.
Men’s golf earned the highest GPA of any SIUE athletics program with a combined 3.619 for the Spring 2011 semester. Women’s soccer earned the best GPA among the women’s programs with a 3.432 for the Spring 2011 semester.
With its top-notch finish, SIUE finished third for the 2010-2011 Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Institutional Academic Achievement Award which is presented to the institution with the greatest percentage of its student-athletes named to the OVC’s Honor Roll for that academic year.
OVC Medal of Honors winners posted a perfect 4.00 this past year. SIUE’s honorees include Cody Rincker (Strasburg) from men’s basketball; Megan Petty (Coal City) from women’s cross country and track; Clark Schmidt (Rantoul) from men’s golf; Kelsey Atteberry (Auburn) from women’s golf; Sarah Schuchard (Eureka, Mo.) and Chelsea Smith (Collinsville) from women’s soccer; Megan Murphy (Casey) from softball; and Jessica Hemann (Breese), Diane Schmidlin (Butler, Wis.) and Sydney Winslow (Farmington, Mo.) from volleyball.
Samantha Stanicek, sophomore
SIUE student-athletes posted a combined 3.124 grade point average (GPA) during the 2011 spring semester and have now excelled to a GPA of 3.0 or better for 10 consecutive semesters. The spring semester featured 11 athletic programs which finished with a GPA of better than 3.0. It closed out a highly-successful year for Cougar student-athletes who also posted an alltime best 3.189 GPA during the 2010 fall semester.
Making the Grade
10 Straight Semesters Nine other programs joined men’s golf and women’s soccer with a GPA better than 3.0. They include men’s track and field (3.077), women’s track and field (3.025), men’s cross country (3.286), women’s cross country (3.211), softball (3.268), men’s tennis (3.183), women’s tennis (3.383), volleyball (3.229) and women’s golf (3.212).
62% of SIUE
student-athletes finished with a GPA of 3.0 or better
were named to SIUE’s Dean’s Lists
Five SIUE programs also made national news. The SIUE men’s cross country, women’s tennis, women’s golf, women’s soccer, and softball teams were among the teams listed by the NCAA as having earned Public Recognition Awards based on their most recent multiyear Academic Progress Rates (APR). More than 900 NCAA Division I sports teams were honored for scoring in the top 10 percent in each sport with their APRs.
The APR provides a real-time look at a team’s academic success each semester or quarter by tracking the academic progress of each studentathlete. The APR includes eligibility, retention, and graduation in the calculation and provides a clear picture of the academic culture in each sport. The APR awards two points each term to student-athletes who meet academic eligibility standards and who remain with the institution. A team’s APR is the total points earned by the team at a given time divided by the total points possible, multiplied by 1,000. It includes four years (this year’s numbers included the school years of 2006-07, 2007-08, 2008-09 and 2009-10).
2010-2011 Sport Recaps
Raven Berry, sophomore
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Jazmin Hill broke the SIUE freshman record for three-pointers in a season with 74 and became the first player since Misi Clark (during the 2000-2001 season) to lead the Cougars in scoring and assists. The Cougars finished 11-19 overall under Head Coach Amanda Levens, including a 6-6 mark against Ohio Valley Conference teams. That number of wins would have equaled at least a No. 6 seed in the OVC Tournament. Junior Melia Duncan became the sixth player in school history to record 100 or more career three-pointers. Sophomore Raven Berry led the team in field goal percentage at 52.7 percent, averaging 11.8 points per game. WRESTLING Michael Dace joined the list of national champions at SIUE when he had his arm lifted in victory at the National Collegiate Wrestling Association Championships in Macon, Ga. Head Coach David Ray had six other Cougars place among the top eight. They include John Petrov (sixth at 133 pounds), Eric Biehl (seventh at 149 pounds), Derrick Pousson (eighth at 149 pounds), Steve Ross (fourth at 165 pounds), Robert Cooney (fourth at 197 pounds), and David Devine (third at 285 pounds). The Cougars finished with a 6-15 dual meet record, including a win over Division I South Dakota State.
Mitch Matecki, junior
Derek Pousson, senior
MEN’S BASKETBALL SIUE won an NCAA Division I Tournament for the second straight year with a pair of victories at the IBN Sports Las Vegas Classic. SIUE defeated Longwood and The Citadel for the Upper Division title. The Cougars posted an 8-21 record, an improvement of three victories from last season under the direction of fourth-year head coach Lennox Forrester. Corey Wickware led the Cougars in three-pointers with 54 and finished with an 11.6 scoring average.
BASEBALL After recording a 9-3 record and becoming the fourth player in school history to record 100 strikeouts in a season, senior Spencer Patton was selected by the Kansas City Royals in the 24th round (726th pick overall) of the Major League Baseball draft. Head Coach Gary Collins passed the 1,000 mark in victories to become the 55th coach in NCAA Division I history to accomplish this feat. His team completed the year with a 28-24 record. SIUE travelled to Columbia to defeat Missouri, a feat not recorded since 1984. SIUE’s season included a stellar 15-4 record against OVC opponents. Freshman outfielder Devin Caldwell was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American Team by College Baseball Newspaper. Caldwell led the team in doubles (16), home runs (6), runs batted in (53), total bases (98), and slugging percentage (.513). His 60 hits were the third-most ever by a Cougar freshman.
MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY The Cougars competed in six meets, five of which were in the state of Illinois. Six of seven runners posted personal best times in the final event of the season under Head Coach Eileen McAllister. The Cougars won the SIUE Cross Country Challenge in September and showed dramatic improvement over the course of the 2010 season. Sophomore Aaron Werths led the squad for the first three meets while junior Marc Amarillas closed the year leading the way in the final three.
MEN’S GOLF Neal McCarty closed out an outstanding career at SIUE by winning his third career individual tournament title in 2011. He won the Branson Creek Invitational by five strokes. McCarty led a team that finished 8-3 against fellow Illinois schools and was 6-3 against OVC schools during the spring season. The Cougars competed in 10 events under the direction of Head Coach Derrick Brown and had three top-four finishers.
Marc Amarillas, junior
MEN’S SOCCER The SIUE men’s soccer team was the runner-up at the Missouri Valley Conference (MVC) Tournament in its first year of eligibility in the league. The Cougars were eliminated from the MVC Tournament via penalty kicks after an overtime tie against Bradley. Head Coach Kevin Kalish led the Cougars to a 10-5-4 record. Chris Anzalone, Randy Roy, Mike Jones, and Benny Jeffery were named All-MVC. Roy was named Academic All-Scholar by the MVC. Jones was selected in the Major League Soccer (MLS) Supplemental Draft by Sporting Kansas City and now plays for the New York Red Bulls. Devan Faulkenberg, junior
MEN’S TENNIS The men’s tennis team finished the season with a record of 1-13, including a win over Western Kentucky, under first-year Head Coach Jason Coomer. Senior Paulo Gonzalez led all players with a 7-6 record at No. 1 singles during dual matches and finished 12-7 overall. He also claimed top honors in the No. 1 flight at the Bradley tournament during the fall. Gonzalez and freshman partner Justin Spicer combined for a 12-6 record at doubles, including a 6-4 record at No. 1 doubles during dual matches
MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD Ben Bishop rewrote the indoor and outdoor record books during the season. During the indoor season, he set the school record in the weight throw and went on to place ninth at the USA Indoor Championships. He carried success into the outdoor season with a hammer throw school record and also qualified for the USA Outdoor Championships. Under the direction of Head Coach Kareem Jackson, the men’s track and field team broke numerous school records and had performances ranking among the best of all NCAA Division I institutions. Sophomore William Lindsey set a new school record in the 110-meter hurdles and missed a second record by .01 seconds in the 400-meter hurdles. WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY The Cougars competed in six meets, five in the state of Illinois, under Head Coach Eileen McAllister. Junior Aftan Noon, the Cougars’ only returning runner, led SIUE in all six races. She was joined by five freshmen this season.
Ryan Wilhelm, junior
Tony Bawman, sophomore
WOMEN’S GOLF SIUE finished with three top-five finishes as a team this past season. Brooke Hood led the Cougars with three top-10 finishes, including third at the CSU Cougar Classic in September. Under the direction of Head Coach Jennifer Jakel, the Cougars competed in nine events and played host to the DoubleTree Intercollegiate which marked the first time the team has hosted a tournament since spring 2005.
Hilary Powles, sophomore
WOMEN’S SOCCER The SIUE women’s soccer team nearly tripled its win total from a year ago and finished with an 8-7-1 record under third-year head coach Derek Burton. SIUE was 3-2 against teams from the Ohio Valley Conference. The Cougars finished the season with an RPI of 188. Only two OVC teams fared better. Junior goalkeeper Claire Lovercheck recorded a career-high six shutouts. Sophomore Kristin Dierker and freshman Meagan Iffrig tied for the team lead with four goals each. Dierker led the team with nine total points.
Brittany Bodziak, junior
SOFTBALL The SIUE softball program qualified for the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament in its first year of eligibility in league play. The Cougars finished with a 28-30 record under Head Coach Sandy Montgomery and placed fourth in the OVC regular season standings. Senior Erika Taylor tossed the third no-hitter of her collegiate career and broke the career record for strikeouts with 732. Taylor was named first team All-OVC. Second baseman Taylor Tooley was tabbed a second team All-OVC performer. Shortstop Chelsea Yankolovich was named to the OVC’s All-Newcomer team. SIUE nearly pulled off a major upset early in the season, taking then No. 1-ranked UCLA to extra innings before falling 3-2 in nine innings.
WOMEN’S TENNIS Freshman Rachel Webb led the Cougars with a 9-13 overall singles record, including a record of 7-9 in dual matches. Webb teamed with junior Maggie Boeckman to finish an even 9-9 in doubles going 9-5 at No. 2 doubles in dual matches. Head Coach Jason Coomer and the Cougars compiled a dual match record of 5-11. The Cougars picked up wins against IUPUI, Bradley, Lehigh, Western Illinois, and UMKC. Maggie Boeckman, junior
Broadcasts/Media Relations SIUE continues towards full Division I certification, media coverage has remained a high priority. SIUE locally produced 149 broadcasts. Representing more than a 100-percent increase from the 2008-2009 school year. Games were produced for broadcast over the air at 88.7 FM WSIE or online at SIUE Web radio. Of the 149 games, 31 home broadcasts were also video streamed via SIUETV.com. All 29 men’s basketball games were carried by 590 The Fan KFNS in St. Louis.
Sammi Minton, sophomore
WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD The women’s track and field team recorded several record-breaking performances for Head Coach Kareem Jackson. The 3,200-meter relay team of freshmen Renee Goodenough, Megan Petty, Dede Lofton, and sophomore Elisha Crawley broke the SIUE record with an event-winning time of 9 minutes, 32.33 seconds at the Coastal Carolina Invitational. Junior pole-vaulter Dana Fischer broke her own school record in the pole vault. Sophomore Colleen McDonough turned in the third-best performance school history in the hammer throw with a mark of 161 feet.
For the second consecutive year, SIUE teamed with Charter Communications (CCIN) to televise nine basketball games during the year. CCIN produced eight broadcasts of Men’s and Women’s Basketball games from the Vadalabene Center. In addition, CCIN also carried one men’s game produced by regional network Wazoo Sports. Men’s Basketball played twice on the Big Ten Network, while on the road at Iowa and again at Indiana. The men’s game at Northwestern was televised on BigTenNetwork.com, for a total of 12 televised basketball broadcasts. Men’s Soccer’s run through the Missouri Valley Conference tournament was televised by the Missouri Valley Conference. The Cougars’ first round game was televised online, while the championship game was carried by Fox Sports Midwest. Mike Gibson & Randy Karraker, Charter Television
VOLLEYBALL SIUE introduced Leah Johnson as the fourth head coach of the program on April 21. She takes over a program that finished the 2010 season with a 14-15 record, up from two wins during the 2009 season. Senior Sydney Winslow became the first right-side hitter in school history to pass the 1,000-kill mark and just the sixth overall. Winslow was named the Most Valuable Player at the Drury Inn ISU Classic in Terre Haute, Ind., and the Wofford Invitational in Spartanburg, S.C. Five other players earned All-Tournament honors during the season under Head Coach Todd Gober, who recorded his 200th career victory during the season. Julia Whitfield completed her season with the fifth-most kills (270) by a freshman. Joe Pott, Voice of the Cougars
Derrick Brown, Head Men’s Golf Coach
Vadalabene Center Locker Room Renovations The locker room facilities for Wrestling, Volleyball, and Men’s and Women’s Basketball have well served student-athletes who have competed on behalf of SIUE for the last 26 years. With the transition to Division I and the need to be able to compete in recruiting efforts with other Division I institutions, the SIUE Athletics Department launched a $1.2 million dollar remodeling campaign to update these spaces to accommodate our student-athletes. The current state-of-the-art locker rooms include a team area, an academic area, and a mentor office.
SIUE’s Men’s Basketball Locker Room
Simmons Baseball Complex
Charles and Mary Lukas Athletic Annex
The clubhouse that long existed in the form of two trailers has been disassembled and a new 3,500-square-foot clubhouse/home dugout facility is being constructed. In addition to the clubhouse, a new state-of-the-art artificial turf playing surface was installed in the infield this past year. This addition of artificial field turf will make playing during inclement weather situations more permissible.
With the increase in the number of staff members over the recent years, office space utilized by athletics personnel has been pushed to the max. Further, the space currently used by athletics employees within the Vadalabene Center will be available for the Kinesiology and Health Education Department and its expanding staff. The Board of Trustees for the University has, therefore, authorized the creation of new office space for the Athletics Department, utilizing a generous contribution from the estate of Charles and Mary Lukas. This new 29,000-square-foot state-of-the-art annex will not only just be home to the athletic department’s growing staff but will serve as great recruiting tool for our coaching staff, too.
Simmons Complex—Roy Lee Field SIUE’s Men’s Basketball Locker Room
ANNUAL GOLF OUTING
ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME The sixth induction class in to the SIUE Athletic Hall of Fame included seven individuals and one team as the newest class of the Southern Illinois University Edwardsville Athletics Hall of Fame. The ceremony was held on Saturday, September 25th, at the Morris University Center in front of a crowd of over 250 guests including former teammates, coaches, administrators and friends. This year’s honorees include Tom Galati (Men’s Soccer), Mike Kelley (Men’s Soccer), Tom Reed (Wrestling), Becki Saylor (Softball), and George Vogel (Baseball) as well as special recognition for Dick McDonald and Jean McDonald for their unwavering support and commitment to SIUE Intercollegiate Athletics. Dick and Jean McDonald
Tom Reed, Wrestling
Becki Saylor, Softball
GOLF OUTING George Vogel, Baseball
Mike Kelley, Soccer
Tom Galati, Soccer
Cougars Connect The SIUE Athletics Department began a department-wide initiative to help live up to the University’s values of creating active partnerships and demonstrate social and civic responsibility.
n A mentoring program for middle school students in Edwardsville aimed to engage students on relevant topic to young teenagers such as bullying, stress, exercise, self-esteem, and drugs and alcohol while participating in interactive games and activities on SIUE’s campus.
SIUE Athletics completed the year by being a major volunteer contributor at the 2011 Southwestern Illinois Special Olympics held at Korte Stadium. More than 300 student-athletes, coaches, and staff members joined more than 500 Special Olympics Athletes for a day of competition April 30. SIUE’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee helped organize the event.
Several athletic programs also participated in community service events throughout the year. n Several SIUE teams were “Pen Pals” with area students. SIUE student-athletes exchanged letters multiple times during the school year. n SIUE Men’s Soccer team collaborated with Saint Louis University. Proceeds from their spring exhibition game went to benefit Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital. n Members of the SIUE Wrestling team were honored with the Educational Group Award for their volunteer support by the Metro East Humane Society.
n S everal SIUE teams made a group presence at the Edwardsville Block Party that kicks off the school year.
n Members of the SIUE Baseball team provided two days of help for the Edwardsville Little League.
n Members of the SIUE Men’s Basketball team spent an afternoon at Glen Carbon Elementary School reading to youngsters.
Diane Schmidlin & Sydney Winslow, Volleyball
SIUE Men’s Soccer
Patrick Myers, Wrestling
Peter Kelly, Men’s Soccer
The Dr. Venessa Ann Brown Academic Mentoring Center
Kyle, John, and Kate Affourtit
Dr. Venessa Brown, Assistant Provost for Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
SIUE Athletics Advisory Committee Chair, Mark Weinheimer Business Attorney Polsinelli Shughart
Dave Greene President Grand Slam Sports
Tim Hogan ’93 Vice President Morgan Keegan
Laura McCune ’89 Communication Specialist Cigna Healthcare
Ed Huneke ’71 Former Men’s Soccer Coach
Jack McDole ’72 Mortgage Loan Originator TheBANK of Edwardsville
Jane Louer ’85 President Louer Facility Planning Ron Gray Owner and Operator Edwardsville McDonald’s Elizabeth Keserauskis Assistant Vice Chancellor for University Relations, Marketing and Communications. SIUE Alan Grammer ’09 Assoc. Head Wrestling Coach/ Development Assistant SIUE Athletics
Tim Tighe ’71 Tina Diehl Regional Director Enterprise Rent a Car Kevin Howe ’74 Sales Manager Mid-States Supply Darryl Collins ’84 Executive Vice President/ Market Manager Commerce Bank
Mission Statement The purpose of the Athletic Advisory Committee (AAC) shall be to maintain an association of persons interested in the SIUE Intercollegiate Athletics Program, to help elevate its general awareness, and to enrich the resources of the SIUE Intercollegiate Athletics Program; to solicit, receive, and transfer gifts for charitable support of the SIUE Intercollegiate Athletics Program to the University’s Foundation; and to perform such other acts and undertake such other enterprises as in the judgement of the AAC shall promote the interest and welfare of the SIUE Intercollegiate Athletics Program, all in strict accordance with SIUE, Ohio Valley Conference (“OVC”), Missouri Valley Conference (“MVC”), and National Collegiate Athletic Association (“NCAA”) regulations, and with final approval of the Athletic Director, or his/ her designated representative.
SIUE Athletic Donors $1 to $99.99 Mr. Les J. Agne Agne Bath Specialties Alton Wrestling Ms. Velma Atteberry Mr. Don and Mrs. Sue Barlow Bartels and Holmes Agency Mr. Norman E. & Mrs. Sherri L. Beck Ms. Katie L. Bennett, ’03 Mr. William C. Bibee & Mrs. Karen E. Bibee Ms. Lori A. Billy, ’90, ’95 Mr. Rick A. Bittle & Ms. Joan L. Bittle Mr. Johnie R. Bourne & Mrs. Annie B. Bourne Mr. Roger L. Brandt & Mrs. Judith A. Brandt Mr. Brooks K. Brestal, ’79 & Mrs. Kim H. Brestal, ’79, ’84 Mr. James A. Bridwell, ’74 & Mrs. Karle A. Bridwell, ’73 Mr. Tommy L. Brown, ’03 Mr. Kirby D. Bruce & Mrs. Vickie J. Bruce Mrs. Gayla J. Bruning, ’85, ’87 & Mr. Greg O. Bruning Mr. Robert T. Budenholzer Mrs. Jacqueline M. Burton & Mr. Derek Burton Ms. Lynne Campbell Mrs. Kathleen L. Cason & Mr. J. Clint Cason Mr. Joel M. Chamberlain Charles G. & Arlene C. Rollins Trust Mr. Patrick Chartrand Mr. Danny Y. Chi, ’95 & Mrs. Cynthia E. Chi Mr. Eugene Christy & Mrs. Marnes Christy Ms. Heather A. Clausen, ’95, ’03 Dr. David J. Cluphf Mr. Leroy A. Compton & Mrs. Maureen E. Compton Mr. Rex Comstock & Mrs. Julie Comstock Mr. Douglas S. Conley & Mrs. Julie Conley Ms. Louvenia Conner Mr. William D. Coonrod & Mrs. Michelle L. Coonrod Mr. William C. Coonrod & Mrs. Frances M. Coonrod Ms. Robyn S. Courtway Mr. John Crandall & Mrs. Sue Ellen Crandall Croft Properties LLC Mr. Gregory M. Crook, ’08 Mr. David D. Crouthers, ’06, ’07 Crowder Corporation Mr. Dean R. Dahms & Mrs. Sharon Dahms Mrs. Connie L. Dake, ’79, ’04 Mr. Dean J. Dau & Mrs. Jeanne C. Dau Mr. Doug Davis Ms. Starla G. Davis DeShasier Family Trust Ms. Simonne S. deVilliers Ms. Jamie L. Decker Mr. Ronald A. Decker & Mrs. Karen L. Decker Mr. Stafford B. Denison & Mrs. Susan M. Denison Mr. Daren J. Depew, ’90 Mr. Kevin A. Depew, ’89 & Mrs. Kyusoon Depew Mr. Tommy E. Dezort, ’78 & Mrs. Jacquelyn L. Dezort Mr. James W. Driscoll & Mrs. Catherine P. Driscoll Mr. D. Doug Duncan & Mrs. Nicole L. Duncan Mr. Vern Eardley & Mrs. Kathy Eardley Earl E. Zimmerman & Co., Inc. Mrs. Geraldine Sue Edgar Mr. Jay R. Eihausen, ’84 & Mrs. Pattie M. Eihausen, ’85 Mr. Gary L. Ellis & Mrs. Jo Ellis Mr. Donald W. Emde, ’63 Mrs. Kelly L. Englund & Mr. Richard L. Englund Enterprise Leasing Company of St. Louis Group 0199
Mr. Gary Erikson & Mrs. Laura Erikson Mr. Christopher T. Erwin, ’98 Mr. Charles T. Foreman & Mrs. Carol S. Foreman, ’85 Mrs. Mary J. Funk Ms. Kathleen Gallagher Mr. Thomas J. Garfunkel, ’89 Gateway Fun Park Gateway Landscape & Sprinkler Systems, Inc. Ms. Denise J. Gatewood Mr. John George & Mrs. Beverly George, ’75, ’79 Mr. Robert D. Gibson, ’79 & Mrs. Jo Gibson Ms. Amy Gold Ms. Kathleen Gonsalves Ms. Carmelita Grafe Mr. James J. Greenwald, ’75, ’97 & Mrs. Karen A. Greenwald Ms. Riane B. Greenwalt Dr. Kathy J. Gugger, ’76, ’79 & Mr. Joseph J. Gugger M.M. Halkyard & J.R. Halkyard Mr. Justin Hampson Mr. Richard P. Hampton, ’90 & Mrs. Holly J. Hampton, ’97 Mr. Charles A. Hayden & Mrs. Susan P. Hayden Mr. John R. Heal & Mrs. Michelle L. Heal Ms. Carol Hendricksen Mr. Darin S. Hendrickson, ’93, ’96 & Mrs. Laura L. Hendrickson, ’93 Ms. Janelle Hensold Mr. James R. Herndon, ’72, ’78, ’87 & Mrs. Jane A. Herndon Ms. Aleana L. Hiles, ’77 Mrs. Lisa C. Hoffmann-Hempen, ’95 Ms. LaDonna Holhouser Mr. Mark M. Holmes, ’73 & Mrs. Shirley J. Holmes, ’73, ’76 Mr. John M. Horton, Sr. & Mrs. Darleen C. Horton Mr. Steven E. Humble & Mrs. Jessica M. Humble Mr. Wayne Humphres & Mrs. Marie Humphres Mr. Daniel B. Jackson Jacquelyn L. Dezort Rev. Trust Mr. Douglas L. Jarman & Mrs. Cheryl D. Jarman, ’79 Mr. Richard Jean & Mrs. C. Susan Jean Mr. Justin M. Joiner, ’05 Mr. Kevin Jones & Mrs. Luann Jones Mr. Ronald W. Jones, ’05, ’07 & Mrs. Kelly K. Booth Jones, ’07 Mr. Sidney Jones & Mrs. Alfonza Jones Mr. George W. Katich, ’72, ’78 Mrs. Barbara C. Kimutis, ’86 & Mr. Gregory Kimutis Mr. Christopher J. Koeper Mr. Edward C Kopff, ’82, ’90 & Mrs. Cynthia L. Kopff Mr. Christopher LaRose & Mrs. Paige LaRose Mr. Derek J. Laur & Mrs. Maggie Laur Mr. Matthew B. Laur Mr. Steven W. Laur & Mrs. Jeanne D. Laur Mr. Gregory A. Leib, ’92, ’00 & Mrs. Tamara L. Leib Ms. Amanda K. Levens Mrs. Barbara Levens Mr. Josh Lowe Dr. Curt L. Lox & Mrs. Shea Lox Mr. Michael Malkov Mr. Jason W. Mayer, ’06 & Mrs. Lindsey R. Mayer, ’07 Mr. John E. McDole, ’72 Mr. Patrick C. McBride, ’70 & Mrs. Barbara A. McBride The Honorable John T. McCullough Mr. Robert McGinnis & Mrs. Stacey McGinnis Mrs. Juanita McRoberts Mr. Robert E. Meade Mrs. Teresa P. Messer & Mr. Jeffrey T. Messer Ms. Susan Michalik Mr. Eric G. Miller & Mrs. Lanette Miller Mrs. Lynn F. Miller
Mr. William T. Miller & Mrs. Patricia M. Miller Mr. David M. Mills & Mrs. Gretchen H. Mills Mr. William W. Misiak Mr. John J. Moad, ’93 & Mrs. Christie J. Moad Mr. Doyle W. Moore & Mrs. Debora L. Moore Mr. Kyle M. Moore Mr. Steven J. Morrison Jr., ’02 & Mrs. Emily S. Morrison, ’07 Mr. Bob Moses & Mrs. Shirley Moses Mr. Mike Moss Dr. James E. Nativi, ’78 Mr. Bill Neipert Mr. Eric Nielsen & Mrs. Lisa D. Nielsen Mr. Marc A. Noonan & Mrs. Dee A. Noonan Mr. Joseph Novicki & Mrs. Judith M. Novicki Mr. Don Nuzzo & Mrs. Lorette Nuzzo Mr. Michael J. Olszak & Mrs. Teresa Olszak Mrs. Rhonda B. Orr & Mr. James L. Orr Jr. Mr. Todd Osborne Mr. Nicholas A. Paskus, ’07, ’10 Mr. Ryan Patton Dr. Kenneth E. Perkins, ’72, ’87, ’92 & Mrs. Kathy L. Perkins, ’97 Mr. Darren R. Pierce, ’05 Ms. Ruth Ann Pister Mr. Paul Pitts, ’99 & Mrs. Paula J. Pitts, ’98 Mr. Glenn Pitzer & Mrs. Cynthia Pitzer Mr. Ron Plassmeyer & Mrs. Phyllis Plassmeyer Plastiko Inc. Mrs. Julie Ponce & Mr. Daniel Ponce Dr. Anne L. Powell Mr. Howard R. Powles & Mrs. Charlene Powles Mr. John Prazma R. E. Pedrotti Company, Inc. Mr. Adam Randle Mr. Lawrence J. Ranek, ’74 Mrs. Sharon Range & Mr. Leslie W. Range Mr. Jarad J. Rettberg, ’04 Mr. Allen Reynolds & Mrs. Alice Reynolds Mr. Charles G. Rollins & Mrs. Arlene C. Rollins Mr. John Ross & Mrs. Lynell J. Ross Mr. Arthur A. Sandman & Mrs. Mary S. Sandman Ms. Rebecca J. Savage Mr. Kenneth D. Scheibal & Mrs. Nancy Scheibal Mrs. Tammy J. Schieber, ’93 Mr. Thomas J. Schmidt & Mrs. Shari L. Schmidt Mr. Michael J. Schultz & Mrs. Susan M. Schultz Mrs. Tonya L. Sears, ’88 & Mr. Charles A. Sears, ’87 Senior Residences Group, Inc. Mr. Gregory Serratore Mr. Jared W. Siebert, ’06 & Mrs. Amy L. Siebert, ’06, ’10 Siebert Construction Inc. Silkworm, Inc. Mrs. Patricia A. Skahill & Mr. Gregory J. Skahill Mr. Richard L. Skirball, ’78 & Mrs. Donna S. Skirball, ’73, ’75 Mr. Scott D. Slarks Mr. Earnest L. Smith & Mrs. Linda F. Smith Mr. Matthew Smith Mr. William W. Smythe & Mrs. Margaret Gallagher Smythe Ms. Mary Snowdon Mr. Ryan M. Spurgeon, ’04 & Ms. Jennifer L. Spurgeon, ’03, ’09 Jerry Staats Mrs. Susan G. Stanicek & Mr. Jon D. Stanicek Mr. B. Matthew Starzyk Mr. Michael J. Stedelin, ’02 Mr. Chris Stein & Mrs. Ann Stein Vic Stein Mr. Mercial A. Stewart, ’82 & Mrs. Laura F. Stewart Mr. Gary Struemph & Mrs. Nancy Struemph Ms. Gail Stukenberg
Ms. Kyle L. Stunkel, ’00, ’07 Mr. John J. Summers Jr. & Mrs. Joyce N. Summers Mr. Patrick J. Summerville, ’85 & Mrs. Tracie L. Summerville, ’86, ’97 Mr. Donald A. Takacs Ms. Patty J. Thiede, ’83 Mr. Thomas G. Thorp & Mrs. Terrica L. Thorp Mrs. Amy M. Toenyes & Mr. Keith A. Toenyes Mrs. Karen K. Trone, ’78 Mr. Roy R. Trudell Mr. Kris Turley Mr. Neal VanDeventer & Mrs. Janie VanDeventer Ms. Bonnie J. VanKlaveren Mr. Kevin G. VanPelt & Mrs. Renee VanPelt Mrs. Molly Vance & Mr. Randy Vance Ms. Jeri L. VanderVinne Mr. Jon G. Wagner, ’90, ’05 & Mrs. Sheila J. Wagner, ’90 Mr. Edward A. Walczak & Mrs. Louise M. Walczak Mr. Troy Walton Mr. Patrick Weir & Mrs. Patricia Weir Ms. Susan L. Welty Ms. LaDonna Whitner, ’77, ’79 Mr. Jeffrey D. Wiegers & Mrs. Melissa L. Wiegers Mr. Scott R. Wilkerson, ’91 & Mrs. Michelle R. Wilkerson William W. & Margaret Gallagher Smythe Trust Mrs. Anita L. Williams & Mr. Arthur G. Williams Mr. Todd M. Williams & Mrs. Angela M. Williams Mr. Robert Wilson & Mrs. Sylvia Wilson Mrs. Nancy E. Wilson, ’79 & Mr. Robert W. Wilson Mr. Russell S. Witzig, ’90, ’00 Mr. Zachariah K. Woods, ’03 & Mrs. Ashlei R. Woods, ’03 Mr. Jeremy E. Wright Mr. Harvey B. Young Jr. Mrs. Patty Young & Mr. William U. Young
$100 to $249 Affiliated Insurance Agencies, Inc. Air-ease Mr. Michael A. Allaria, ’72, ’74 & Mrs. Jill P. Allaria, ’71, ’73 Anderson Embroidery & Trophies Anderson Hospital Mr. Jim Applebaum B. S. Boogies Midwest LLC Mr. Joe Barron & Mrs. Rinelle Barron Mr. Thomas D Biggs & Mrs. Leah M. Biggs Mr. Michael R. Bilbrey, ’77 Mr. Keith Bomkamp & Mrs. Carolyn Bomkamp Bosqui’s Mobil Cleaning, Inc. Mr. Christopher J. Bray, ’04, ’06 & Mrs. Elizabeth M. Bray, ’03, ’05 Mr. Danny Brown & Mrs. Sandra J. Brown Dr. Jocelyn M. Brown & Mr. Derrick D. Brown Mr. Jesse D. Bugger, ’00, ’04 & Mrs. Nicole M. Bugger, ’97 Burkart Law Offices Mr. Todd C. Burrell Mr. Matt Cady & Mrs. Kirsten E. Cady Mr. Keith Campbell & Mrs. Linda A. Campbell Mr. John R. Carenza, ’72 & Mrs. J. Dianne Carenza, ’72 Carpenters Local Union 169 UBCJA Mr. Brian S. Clawson, ’89 & Mrs. Carol A. Clawson M. A. Coleman & J. M. Coleman Mr. Carl J. Conceller, ’68 & Mrs. Jacqueline A. Conceller Mrs. Patricia A. Conlin & Mr. Seamus G. Conlin Mrs. Juanette Coomer & Mr. Thomas Coomer Mr. Art P. Cox & Mrs. Jill A. Cox Mr. Bruce Crandall & Mrs. Marge Crandall Mr. Michael J. DalPozzo, ’07 Mr. Mike Davis & Mrs. Cindy Davis Ms. Whitney Davis
Mr. William T. Davison, ’71 & Mrs. Carol A. Davison, ’71, ’91 Ms. Jennifer M. DeGroot DeGroot Educational Consulting, LLC Mrs. Norma K. Deist Dial Motor Transit, Inc. Mrs. Maureen F. Dietzel ’62, ’86 & Mr. David A. Dietzel Mr. Kent Dolenc Mr. Donald D. Downing & Mrs. Denise L. Downing Mr. Kerry B. Doyle, ’98 & Ms. Linda M. May-Doyle, ’01, ’03, ’08 DRI Contractors, Inc. Eagle Windows & Siding, Inc. Ebrtos, Inc. d/b/a Soccer Master Eigenbrodt Vision Center, P.C. Enterprise Air Conditioning & Heating Mrs. Laura Ervin, ’88 Mr. Anthony L. Esker & Mrs. Mary L. Esker Exact Sport LLC Mr. Jeffrey J. Faulkenberg, ’94 & Mrs. Pamela L. Faulkenberg, ’98 Ms. Catherine M. Fernwalt Financial Advisory Network, Inc. Dr. John W. Fischer Mr. Lennox A. Forrester Ms. Sharon L. Frey, ’78, ’83 Friends of Rick Faccin Campaign Mrs. Sharon M. Fulginiti & Mr. James V. Fulginiti Furlong Funeral Chapel, Inc. Gail’s Hair Care Ms. Sarah E. Gereaux Mr. Joseph S. Glasder, ’84 Glasder Building & Development, Inc. Mr. Scott A. Gluntz Mr. Dana Scott Grammer Mr. Charles W. Hardy & Mrs. Janet B. Hardy Ms. Joyce L. Hardy Mr. Ryan R. Harken, ’03 & Mrs. Kimberly K. Harken Mr. Michael C. Hartmann, ’84 & Mrs. Kathryn Hartmann Mr. Melvin L. Haseley & Mrs. Geneva C. Haseley Mr. Edmund G. Hausch & Mrs. Nancy A. Hausch Mr. John P. Hawks & Mrs. Barbara A. Hawks Mrs. Regina M. Hays, ’95 & Mr. James Hays Mrs. Diana J. Hedrick, ’73 Heg-Jorg, Inc. d/b/a Medicap Pharmacy Mr. Sean P. Huneke Mr. Shawn R. Hickey, ’98 Ms. Sandra M. Hindelang, ’06 Mr. Timothy S. Hogan, ’93 & Mrs. Sue E. Hogan Holiday Tours, Inc. Mr. Raymond L. Hood & Mrs. Jacqueline Hood Mr. Robert D. Hotz, ’74 & Mrs. Kathleen M. Hotz Mr. Richard M. Howe, ’80, ’86 & Mrs. Jean K. Howe International Brotherhood Electrical Workers Local 309 Jackson Masonry Inc. Mr. Eric K. Jakel Mr. Robert K. Jakel Mr. Sterling K. Jakel & Mrs. Mary L. Jakel John W. Fischer, DDS Dr. Janice R. Joplin Mr. Kevin K. Kaemmerer, ’84, ’93 & Mrs. Beverly A. Kaemmerer, ’85 Mrs. Nancy J. Keeler Mr. Scott W. Keeler Keller Construction, Inc. Mr. Robert K. Keserauskis & Ms. Elizabeth M. Keserauskis Mr. Dennis L. Klaeser & Mrs. M. Kathleen Klaeser Mr. Duane S. Klosterman, ’01 & Mrs. Lori A. Klosterman Mr. Steven A. Koch, ’84 & Mrs. Arlene S. Koch Mr. Jay R. Kruckman, ’82 Law Offices of Michael R. Bilbrey, PC Mr. Charles D. Ledbetter & Mrs. Melissa J. Ledbetter Little Caesars® Pizza
Mr. Paul E. Lovell Jr. Mr. Leroy G. Lyons & Mrs. Joann Lyons Mr. Gerald R. Magurany, ’77 & Mrs. Bonnie L. Magurany Market Basket, LLC Mrs. Wilma D. Matta, ’75 Mr. Robert L. Matzenbacher, ’76 & Mrs. Debra S. Matzenbacher Mr. John A. McDole, ’04 & Mrs. Karla J. McDole, ’06 Mr. Matthew C. McSparin & Mrs. Melinda L. McSparin Missouri Spine Institute, LLC Mr. Charles V. Montgomery Nu Bowl Lanes Inc. Mr. Thomas Nudo & Mrs. Denise Nudo Nudo Family Foundation Mr. Michael G. O’Dea, ’85 Dr. Walter B. Osika, ’87 Mr. Dennis L. Parrott Mr. Bobbie L. Perry & Mrs. Joan L. Perry Mr. Russell B. Perry & Mrs. Gail M. Perry Prime Panels, Inc. Mr. John K. Queern, ’78 & Mrs. Shirley A. Queern, ’94 Mr. James P. Querciagrossa & Mrs. Janice M. Querciagrossa Mrs. Eileen Rackers & Mr. Victor Rackers Regions Bank Mr. Randall W. Rhyne & Mrs. Susan G. Rhyne Mr. Kevin H. Riggs & Mrs. Melissa S. Riggs Mr. David W. Riker, ’74 Ms. Sharon Safford Mr. Marvin H. Sander, ’62, ’73 & Mrs. Lois M. Sander, ’82 Mr. Steven Schlafke & Mrs. Luann Schlafke Ms. Linda R. Schmidt Dr. Timothy S. Schoenecker & Dr. Laura Swanson Schoenecker Ms. Mary A. Scott Mr. Douglas S. Sheeder & Mrs. Amy C. Sheeder Mr. Steven Siebert & Mrs. Bonita Siebert Mr. Theodore J. Smith, ’83 & Mrs. Lynne A. Smith, ’82 Mr. Donald W. Sonnenberg Mr. Muriel Stahlhut Mr. Frank Stanicek Mr. Steve Stanicek & Mrs. Sheila Stanicek Stephen Meade Construction General Engineering Contractor Steve Schmitt Auto Group Mr. Leo G. Stremlau, ’72 & Mrs. Pamela Stremlau Ms. M. J. Sullivan Mrs. Ruth A. Szymanski, ’81 Mr. Timothy J. Tooley & Mrs. Cynthia A. Tooley Mr. David J. Uhrhan & Mrs. Becky L. Uhrhan Mr. Dennis E. Ulrich, ’76 & Mrs. Rene L. Ulrich, ’75 Mr. John C. Ulrich, ’73 & Mrs. Michele L. Ulrich Ulrich Family Farms, LLC United Brotherhood of Carpenters & Joiners of America Local 295 Mr. Ronald S. Uribe & Mrs. Valerie M. Uribe Mrs. Judith D. Verseman, ’75, ’83 & Mr. Roger J. Verseman Mr. Mark A Ward, ’99 Mr. Mark Webb Mr. Henry Weinacht & Mrs. Doris Weinacht Mrs. Helen B. Wiemers Mr. Robert J. Williams & Mrs. Nancy A. Williams Ms. Nancy Wynia Paisley Yankolovich Mr. James E. Zembruski & Mrs. Mary L. Zembruski Mr. Timothy I. Zuck & Mrs. Jane A. Zuck
$250 to $499 Mrs. Roberta L. Ault, ’88, ’91 & Dr. David E. Ault Mr. Gregory E. Becker Mr. Bryan D. Belt, ’93 Mr. Steven B. Buerk, ’95 & Dr. Bethel R. Buerk, ’91, ’92
Mrs. Karen D. Burkart, ’82 & Mr. Thomas Burkart Carpenters & Joiners Local Union No. 433 City Signs and Designs Mr. Jeffrey L. Clements & Mrs. Susan J. Clements Mr. John R. Coleman & Mrs. Patricia J. Coleman COLHOT LLC Commercial Lawn Irrigation, Inc. Mr. John J. Conrad, ’74 Conrad Press, Ltd. Dr. Erik J. Constance, ’84 Mr. Jeffrey Cooper & Mrs. Francesca Cooper Mr. Bill Crouch & Mrs. Judith A. Crouch Dr. Thomas J. Dahncke, ’69, ’70, ’79 Mr. David A. DeShasier, ’86 & Mrs. Diane J. DeShasier, ’77 Mrs. Jacqueline A. DeClue, ’97 Mr. Raymond Doggendorf & Mrs. Cindy Doggendorf Donnewald Distributing Company Fitness Designs Physical Therapy & Sports Rehab Fox Med-Equip Services Corporation GO! St. Louis Mr. Ronald A. Gray & Mrs. Alice M. Gray Dr. Andrew T. Griffin & Mrs. Valerie J. Griffin Mr. Kevin P. Heideman Mr. Robert C. Herr & Mrs. Judith A. Herr, ’69 Dr. Edward E. Hightower, ’74, ’77, ’91 & Mrs. Barbara A. Hightower, ’75 Dr. David W. Hyten, ’98 & Mrs. Julie E. Hyten, ’97 Dr. Kenneth C. Hyten & Mrs. Jane Hyten Mr. William S. Lee, ’77 Mr. Ciarán McArdle Mr. Niles L. McCarty Dr. Jeffrey C. McLellan & Dr. Judith F. McLaughlin Midwestern Pub & Grill Inc. d/b/a Bull & Bear Grill & Bar Ms. Sandra K. Montgomery, ’86, ’88 Mr. Stanley R. Osterbur R. A. Gray, Inc. McDonald’s Store #2519 and #23755 Mrs. Nancy E. Reed & Mr. Jeffrey B. Reed Mr. Robert W. Richards Ms. Karrie M. Schaefer, ’04 & Mr. Paul D. Schaefer Scott Credit Union Mrs. Lisa Stahlberg & Mr. Donald Stahlberg Mr. Dave Strickfaden & Mrs. Kathy Strickfaden Mr. Steven J. Taylor & Ms. Jill Taylor TheBANK of Edwardsville Thomas J. Dahncke, Inc. Ms. Ardella Watson Will Bundy Memorial Golf Tournament Mr. Eric D. Williams
$500 to $999 Mr. Franklin L. Akers, ’74 & Mrs. Joyce S. Akers Associated Bank Mr. David L. Ayers & Mrs. Lori A. Ayers Bob Ricker Insurance Agency, Inc. State Farm Insurance Mr. David M. Boyer, ’93 & Mrs. Michelle A. Boyer Mr. David B. Byrne, ’78 & Mrs. Mary E. Byrne Charter Communications Eardley Family Foundation First Clover Leaf Bank Mr. Harry J. Gallatin & Mrs. Beverly A. Gallatin Mrs. Jean Gentry & Mr. William H. Gentry, ’82 Dr. John F. Hatton, ’82 Mr. Patrick D. Hundley & Ms. Susan Hundley Mr. Edward J. Huneke, ’71 Iron Workers Local 392 Pac Kenneth C. Hyten, D.D.S. and David W. Hyten, D.M.D., Ltd.
Kettle River Furniture, Inc. Mr. Michael H. Knoll & Mrs. Pamela S. Knoll Mr. Monte L. Kuhnert, ’91, ’93 & Ms. Kristie A. Kuhnert, ’94 Mr. David K. Lawrence & Mrs. Susan M. Lawrence Madison Mutual Insurance Company Mr. James R. McDonald & Mrs. Jean M. McDonald Mrs. Marie M. Meisel, ’92 & Dr. John Meisel Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 553 Priceless Accounting Mr. David A. Ray & Mrs. Kim L. Ray Mr. Mark K. Reinders, ’86 & Mrs. Elizabeth A. Reinders, ’95 Dr. William A. Retzlaff & Ms. Dawn C. Munsey Mr. Robert P. Ricker, ’81 Royal Solutions d/b/a Streamline Corporate Services St. Louis Scott Gallagher LLC Mr. Allan C. Stahl, ’68, ’76 Mr. George E. Stanley & Mrs. Mary A. Stanley T. Galati Enterprises Mr. John C. Williams, ’75 & Mrs. Laurie J. Williams
$1000 to $1999 Mr. David B. Arvola & Mrs. Julie Arvola Mrs. Shirley J. Buddell Commerce Bank, NA DoubleTree Hotel - Collinsville/St. Louis Mr. Vincent P. Fassi Mr. David A. Grammer, ’09 & Mrs. Rhonda K. Grammer, ’88, ’10 Dr. Bradley L. Hewitt & Mrs. Kay Hewitt Mr. Thomas E. Holloway & Mrs. Lisa A. Holloway Hurford Architects, Inc. Ms. Cynthia L. Jones Mr. Craig R. Louer, ’76 & Mrs. Jane W. Louer, ’85 Louer Facility Planning, Inc. Mrs. Carol A. Nativi, ’71, ’72 & Dr. Paul Nativi Open MRI of Southern Illinois, LLC d/b/a Imaging Center of Southern IL Mr. Bill D. Phillipe & Mrs. Nancy S. Phillipe R. P. Lumber Company, Incorporated Mr. Gerald L. Schlemer, ’86 Simmons Browder Gianaris Angelides & Barnerd LLC Mr. William Tim Tighe, ’71 Dr. Vaughn Vandegrift & Mrs. Suzanne Vandegrift Mr. Michael L. Yelovich & Mrs. Sandy Yelovich
$2000 to $4999 Alton Gaming Company Mr. Paul J. Bonde & Ms. Catherine E. Bonde Mr. William J. Boyer & Mrs. Judy Boyer Illinois Women’s Golf Association Lisa A. Alberigi Special Needs Trust Quaker Windows & Doors Ms. Merlee Wagner Mr. Mark B. Weinheimer & Mrs. Carla J. Weinheimer
$5000 to $9999 Dr. Venessa A. Brown D. L. Cole & Associates, Inc. d/b/a National Rent to Own Greater Saint Louis Community Foundation Meyers Family SIUE Support Fund Mr. Robert J. Meyers, ’71, ’72 & Mrs. Mara Meyers, ’78, ’81
$10000 to $24999 World Wide Technology, Inc.
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