SMU Annual Report 2012-13
In 2012–13 SMU celebrated the third year of the University's centennial commemoration period. SMU's progress was marked by major strides forward in the key areas of student quality, faculty and academic excellence and the campus experience. A global audience watched as SMU celebrated the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center. And thanks to the inspiring support of alumni, parents and friends for The Second Century Campaign, SMU continued to build a strong foundation for an extraordinary second century on the Hilltop.
N ew D a l l as H a l l S ociety M em b ers Dallas Hall Society recognizes alumni, parents and friends who have included SMU in their estate plans or made other planned gifts to the University. Chartered in 1996, the Society has 445 active households. Dallas Hall Society members listed below joined during the period June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013. Elizabeth Mahaffey Anderson ‘77 and Kenneth W. Anderson ‘81 Larry E. Bailey ‘63, ‘66 and Roberta Bailey Howard A. Bridge, Jr. ‘53 and Jo Ann Bridge Debra J. Coleman ‘74 Allison (Kate) Shearer Flume ‘04 and Matthew L. Flume ‘04 William H. Grumbles, Jr. ‘71 Christine M. Hale ‘96 and Michael W. Hale Dana Hall and Seth W. Hall, Jr. ‘96 John L. Hendry, III ‘53, ‘57 and Rose Marie Salisbury Hendry ‘53 Tim J. Henthorn ‘93 Boyd D. Lyles, Jr. Heather Madden and James C. Madden, V ‘83 Lynnell E. Mandl ‘76 Victoria E. McLure Laran Claire O’Neill ‘01, ‘08 Leon P. Piepenburg and Marianne B. Piepenburg ‘81 Frances R. Ricker ‘48 and George M. Ricker ‘49 John R. Spaulding and Marilyn Mathis Spaulding ‘71 Barbara C. Sypult and Robert P. Sypult Patricia A. Taylor ‘02, ‘06 and Sam E. Taylor, Jr. Edward C. Wynne ‘91 For more information about Dallas Hall Society, please visit smu.edu/dallashallsociety. † Deceased SMU 2012–13 ANNUAL REPORT | 57