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As we enter our 101st year at Walker’s, our forward momentum and excitement about the future is palpable. Our commitment to academic excellence for young girls is stronger than ever. Our new athletic fields are complete, and our vision for the future continues to take shape as we draw closer to our Centennial Campaign goal. Our devoted alumnae, parents, grandparents, and friends of the School blessed us with their generous support in the 2011-2012 fiscal year, giving of their time and dollars in support of the founding principles of our institution and for that, we thank you. Here’s to the next 100 years!

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Alumnae Board 2011-2012

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Financial Data

22 Development Volunteers

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Annual Giving Report Centennial Campaign Phase 1

26 Leadership Giving Societies

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Board of Trustees 2011-2012

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Centennial Campaign Cabinet

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Message from Head of School

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Consecutive Giving Honor Roll

13 Alumnae Donors

29 Parents and Grandparents 32 Foundations, Matching Gift Corporations & Endowment/ Capital Gifts

34 Faculty, Staff and Friends 34 Gifts-in-Kind 35 Tributes 39 Endowed Funds 44 The Ethel Walker Heritage Society

Alumnae Board 2011–2012

Board Of Trustees 2011–2012

Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64, PRESIDENT | LYNNFIELD, MA Amanda Pitman ’90, VICE PRESIDENT | NEW YORK, NY Nancy Hathaway Steenburg ’68, SECRETARY | MYSTIC, CT

Donya Nagib Sabet ’90, PRESIDENT | NEW YORK, NY Margot Campbell Bogert ’60, VICE PRESIDENT | BEDFORD HILLS, NY Elizabeth Sivage Clark ’67, P’04, TREASURER | CHICAGO, IL Christopher L. Brigham, SECRETARY | HAMDEN, CT Elizabeth Cromwell Speers P’16, HEAD OF SCHOOL | SIMSBURY, CT

Elizabeth Borland Blodgett ’91, LAKE FOREST, IL Leander Altifois Dolphin ’95, HARTFORD, CT Mary Lotuff Feeny ’83, BRISTOL, RI Nan Flanagan ’93, SIMSBURY, CT Ailsa Veit Foulke ’87, ISLE OF PALMS, SC Katherine Hypolite ’04, PROVIDENCE, RI Tracy Himmel Isham ’85, CORNWALL, VT Molly Love ’64, LOCUST VALLEY, NY Carter E. Margison ’07, SAVANNAH, GA Mary Beth Rettger ’81, WAYLAND, MA Deborah N. Rush ’77, COATESVILLE, PA Catherine Terry Taylor ’79, PROVIDENCE, RI Gwendolyn Wood Wisely ’96, RUMSON, NJ

Lynn Allegaert ’64, EDGARTOWN, MA Timothy R. Bazemore, NEW CANAAN, CT Elizabeth Rockwell Cesare, TRUSTEE EMERITA | SOUTH NORWALK, CT Sarah Gates Colley ’75, CROSS RIVER, NY E. Kay Cowan, ACTON, MA Harriet Blees Dewey ’60, P’86, RIDGEFIELD, MA Clive L. DuVal III P’09, SHARON, CT Kathanne Fowler P’12, WEST HARTFORD, CT Kate Crichton Gubelmann ’67, PALM BEACH, FL † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55, LAKE FOREST, IL Lynn Sheppard Manger ’59, NEW YORK, NY Sophie Mellon P’15, RECTOR, PA Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64, EX-OFFICIO, PRESIDENT, ALUMNAE BOARD | LYNNFIELD, MA Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85, TRUSTEE EMERITA | GREENWICH, CT Brooke Gaffney Redmond ’90, CONCORD, MA Lisa Pagliaro Selz ’69, NEW YORK, NY Gail Shelton ’12, EX-OFFICIO, PRESIDENT, PARENTS ASSOCIATION | ENFIELD, CT Abigail Trafford ’57, BOSTON, MA Carol Watson ’90, PLAINVILLE, CT Abra Prentice Wilkin ’60, CHICAGO, IL William Wrigley, Jr. P’14, CHICAGO, IL

Monet Clarke ’12 STUDENT ALUMNAE BOARD REPRESENTATIVE

Centennial Campaign Cabinet Sarah Gates Colley ’75, CHAIR Margot Campbell Bogert ’60, CO-CHAIR † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55, CO-CHAIR Lisa Pagliaro Selz ’69, CO-CHAIR Constance Lavino Bell ’48, P’72, ’75, GP’12 Roberta Gerstell Bennett ’53 Ann Watson Bresnahan ’69 Thomas C. Brokaw C. Austin Buck P’79 Claudia Ramsland Burch ’68 Holly Legler Cortes ’91 Amey Amory DeFriez ’45, P’67, ’69 Aileen Turnbull Geddes ’56 C. Hugh Hildesley P’85 Lucy Rosenberry Jones ’59, P’80 James W. Kinnear P’69, ’71 Alice Kerr Moorhead ’61 Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64 Lorna Sargeant Pfaelzer ’56 Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Elizabeth Rauch Rainoff ’53 Margot Treman Rose ’80 Donya Nagib Sabet ’90 Abra Prentice Wilkin ’60 Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80

Going Green As with our many other exciting ventures this past year, Walker’s is embracing yet another: next year we will transition from a paper to an online Annual Report. We are very excited about this change and hope you will be as well. Like many of our peer schools, Walker’s already embraces green initiatives on campus. This step is an important one — not only will we be saving trees and money, but the web version will provide our alumnae, parents and friends with a more comprehensive way to learn about the health of The Ethel Walker School.

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Message from the Head of School

Ethel Walker alumna Nancy

• Walker’s students and teachers began the 2012-2013 academic year with a 1:1 iPad program • Walker’s launched an integrated traditional, online and experiential classroom for the 2012-2013 academic year • Walker’s joined the Online School for Girls, expanding courses available to students • Opening day enrollment increased nearly 10% with 260 students from 15 different countries and 23 states

Van Voorhees Barrett ’24 competed in the 1924 Olympics, winning first place for the high jump. As we reflect on 2011-12, and we acknowledge and thank those whose support made it an extraordinary Centennial year, it seems fitting that the Olympics took place this summer. Thanks to so many of you, The Ethel Walker School has certainly enjoyed its own “Olympic” moments, including some notable high jumps! • Over 1,200 people gathered for our Centennial Weekend last fall • The School’s S&P rating moved from stable to positive • Walker’s reports a balanced budget for the second consecutive year • $21 million has been raised towards the $50 million Centennial Campaign goal • Phase One of the Centennial Campaign has been completed; new turf fields and athletic pavilion are in use • Barn renovation and expansion completed • Plans are underway for construction of a new dormitory • The Centennial Center Task Force continues to refine the vision for the Centennial Center

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A Walker’s education is more important today than ever before. As we continue to instill the values of integrity, confidence, courage, and conviction in our young women, it is your belief and investment in, and dedication to the School, that have helped us enjoy the Centennial success our students and faculty deserve. It continues to be a great privilege to live and work on this beautiful campus with talented, kind, passionate students and teachers. I am absolutely positive that Miss Walker’s legacy empowers young women to succeed with the “high jumps” of their lives and, in so doing, the world is made stronger. Thank you for investing in this legacy and for ensuring that the continuation of our Centennial chapter meets with Olympic success! Sincerely,

Elizabeth C. Speers Head of School

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Message from the President of the Board of Trustees

Having celebrated our

returned to campus with the technology in hand to support continued innovation in the classroom. The new athletic fields and tennis court restoration provide tangible proof of our commitment to athletics and our forward trajectory. We have exciting and ambitious goals ahead, and it is only with the continued support and dedication of our alumnae, parents, school community and friends that we can achieve these goals. Our future is bright. Miss Walker would be proud of her legacy and I thank you, on behalf of the Board of Trustees and the School, for your generosity. Here’s to the School we love so well!

milestone one hundredth commencement in June, we are now focused on the next one hundred years of The Ethel Walker School. Today, the vision of our founder, Miss Ethel Walker, is more relevant than ever thanks to our dedicated faculty, staff and beloved alumnae, parents and friends who, each year, help support the School that has given us so much. We are deeply appreciative of you, and all you do for Walker’s. Yet again we have achieved a balanced budget, met our annual fund goal, and are poised for more successes in the coming year. As a 1:1 iPad school, our faculty and students

Cheers!

Donya Nagib Sabet ’90 President, Board of Trustees

UNRESTRICTED ANNUAL GIFTS BY CONSTITUENCY Annual Donors

Annual Fund Participation

Trustees

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96%

Source

Annual Fund Unrestricted $

Percentage of Annual Fund

$391,451

24.5%

Alumnae

808

25%

$731,828

45.7%

Current Parents

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58%

$177,449

11.1%

Parents of Alumnae

164

50%

$142,389

8.9%

Grandparents

28

22%

$30,084

1.9%

Friends

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$79,250

5.0%

Faculty

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90%

$1,648

0.1%

Staff

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91%

$12,193

0.8%

Matching Gifts

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$17,865

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$16,350

1,230

30%

$1,600,507

EWS Foundation

1.0% 100%

$256,573

Bell Fund

$39,289

Gifts-in-Kind

$62,262

Restricted Gifts

$175,682

Grand Total

$2,134,313

*Totals reflect unrestricted gifts only.

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SOURCES AND APPLICATIONS OF FUNDS — FY 2011/2012 7%

9%

Other Income $1,369,645

Auxiliary $1,509,708

52%

30%

17% Instruction

Tuition and Fees

Other Contributions

$2,800,777

$10,173,069

$5,877,268

19% Student Support

Sources of Funds

19%

Applications of Funds

$3,142,589

General & Administrative $3,132,927

14%

8%

Plant Operations $2,280,079

Annual Fund $1,600,507

3% Endowment Support

22% Financial Aid $3,730,145

$680,000

Total Sources of Funds $19,700,489

Total Application of Funds $16,596,225

SCHEDULE OF OPERATING EXPENSE PER STUDENT

ENDOWMENT COMPARISON

Year

Total Cost per Student

School

Total Endowment at 6/30/11

FY12

$52,515

Taft School

$203.9M

FY1 1

$46,268

Loomis Chaffee School

$196.8M

FY10

$43,034

Miss Porter’s School

$99.9M

FY09

$42,569

Emma Willard School

$86.0M

FY08

$44,606

Westover School

$77.2M

FY07

$41,436

Westminster School

$46.0M

Avon Old Farms School

$33.1M

Ethel Walker School

$17.3M

Watkinson School

$3.5M

SCHEDULE OF OPERATING EXPENSES Year

Total Operating Expenses

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FY12

$12,866,080

$853,553

7.1%

FY11

$11,983,470

$182,283

1.6%

FY10

$11,791,207

$(383,562)

-3.2%

FY09

$12,174,769

$41,872

0.3%

FY08

$12,132,897

$986,491

8.9%

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$11,146,406

$629,626

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Annual Giving Report | 2011–2012

Dear Walker’s Alumnae,

around the country and hear of all of your successes. The Centennial Campaign is ramping up and gaining momentum. As people learn about the scope of our ambition and our ability to rise to the challenges involved, they have begun to share the vision we put forth. This shared sense of pride and purpose has helped us secure over $21 million of the $50 million goal. The Centennial Campaign will drive our progress into the next 100 years, and it is taking shape as I write. Phase One involved upgrading our athletic fields. We now have athletic fields that will attract a new generation of student athletes. In closing, I will say that it’s always a pleasure to correspond with you, even more so when there is good news to report. I ask that you renew your allegiance to Walker’s, and continue to power our pursuit of the mission to which we have each contributed.

Parents and Friends: In the evolution of a learning institution there are critical junctures — points in time when events align to create a clear path forward. We at Walker’s are at such a place right now, and the news I share with you is among the best I have ever had the pleasure to report. The results of our Annual Fund campaign are in, and we have set a record for money raised: more than $1.6 million. I cannot emphasize enough how important this is to the ongoing operation of our campus. The Annual Fund delivers a foundation of fiscal strength, and without it we cannot reach for brighter, more distant stars. Which brings me to the launch of the Centennial Campaign. It began with a fabulous celebration last October where over 1,200 of you — our alumnae, parents and friends — attended Walker’s Centennial weekend. Sigourney Weaver ’67 spoke at our Saturday Chapel, and it was her words that reminded us of how successful our alumnae can be with a Walker’s education behind them. I continue to feel privileged to meet many of you

Warm regards,

Pamela Churchill Director of Development pamela_churchill@ethelwalker.org

Campaign Donors Early Supporters of the Centennial Campaign

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Kate Crichton Gubelmann ’67 The Harriman Foundation Andrea Herron & Harvey Eisen P’10 Linda & Iain Howard-Sorrell P’09 Ann & Charles Johnson P’78, GP’10 Lucy Rosenberry Jones ’59, P’80 Cynthia Kirkland Kellogg ’60 & Peter Kellogg Jane du Pont Kidd ’57 James Kinnear P’69, ’71 Nancy Kitchell Lickle ’53 † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55 Cythlen Cunningham Maddock ’63 Angela & Richard Maine P’09

Sarah Gates Colley ’75 Susan & Raymond Conlon P’10 E. Kay Cowan Amey Amory DeFriez ’45, P’67, ’69 Harriet Blees Dewey ’60, P’86 Clive L. DuVal III P’09 Susan S. Ford ’63 Janice & Robert Gallo Rebekah & Matthew Gardiner P’14 Christine & John Gates P’73, ’75 Aileen Turnbull Geddes ’56 Sara Kellogg Goodrich Audrey Fentress Gorter ’50, P’77 Pamela Kohlberg & Curt Greer P’10

Lynn Allegaert ’64 Timothy R. Bazemore Constance Lavino Bell ’48, P’72, ’75, GP’12 Roberta Gerstell Bennett ’53 Margot Campbell Bogert ’60 Ann Watson Bresnahan ’69 Christopher L. Brigham Margaretta Bredin Brokaw ’66 & Thomas Brokaw Helen & David Castellani P’09 Elizabeth Rockwell Cesare Elizabeth Sivage Clark ’67, P’04 James Clark P’13

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Centennial Athletic Fields and Pavilion It has been 100 years in the making, and The Centennial Campaign for The Ethel Walker School is now under way. The scope of the campaign is significant. It involves raising funds for a Centennial Center, the signature structure of the campaign itself. The Centennial Center will be more than a stateof-the-art building. It will be a place where academics, athletics, and the social dimension of life at Walker’s converge — a new model for the education of young women. It involves building the financial future of Walker’s. The campaign will increase our endowment to make it competitive with other private schools and give Walker’s greater financial stability. The campaign also involves a consistent effort for The Walker’s Fund for Annual Giving. Unrestricted funds given each year to the school through the annual fund are central to our operations. Each year of the campaign, we will ask alumnae and friends to continue to support the annual fund. But first, The Centennial Campaign for The Ethel Walker School addressed an immediate need: The development of our athletic fields. Phase One of the Centennial Campaign involved the construction of The Centennial Athletic Fields and Pavilion.

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Consecutive Giving Honor Roll 2011-2012 The Ethel Walker School honors those loyal individuals who have made consecutive gifts to the School over a period of time. We salute you for your faithful and stalwart support of Walker’s and its mission.

25 YEARS + Karen Bisgard Alexander ’54 Joan Garver Anderson ’57 Nancy McKay Armstrong ’52 Elizabeth Irving Ballantine ’45 Karen Polcer Bdera ’79 Constance Lavino Bell ’48, P’72, ’75, GP’12 Roberta Gerstell Bennett ’53 Suzanne Chapin Berl ’64 Anne & Rodman R. Black, Jr. P’03 Lucia Bryant Blanchard ’65 Nancie Magee Bourne ’53, P’77, ’82 Ann Watson Bresnahan ’69 Alice Brown ’47 Whitney de Roulet Bullock ’70 Judith & Alan M. Bush P’86 Anne Holton Bushman ’40 Lisa Smith Cashin ’71 Elizabeth Rockwell Cesare Margaret Clarkson Chapin ’48 Barbara Hurff Christensen ’46 Quarrier Bloch Cook ’53 Alice Wayland Cruikshank ’51 Tricia Tourville Dave ’82 Amey Amory DeFriez ’45, P’67, ’69 Patricia Edwards Dennis ’45 Elise Rosenberry Donohue ’55 Frances Barber Dorrance ’42, P’69, ’71, ’74 Tanis Higgins Erdmann ’55 Susan Nichols Ferriere ’69 Susan Hewitt Fischer ’66 Betty Flanders Foster ’53 Sylvia Breed Gates ’42 Sara Jane Auchincloss Gordon ’50 Pamela Pond Goss ’49 Lillian Studebaker Hardy ’42 Martha Hedgpeth ’71 Elizabeth Palmer Higgins ’74 Nancy King Howe ’57 Joan Pruitt Ireland ’49 Lucy Rosenberry Jones ’59, P’80 Tracey Kammerer ’79 Margaret Auger Kennerly ’45 Rosalind Shaw Kornegay ’45

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20-24 YEARS Anne Dobbin Bailliere ’59 Anne Westcott Bigalow ’65 Susan Symonds Bodin ’62 Sarah Schade Bowman ’74 Janet & Stanley Cohen P’93, GP’16 Clarissa Yantis Downey ’53 Tania Goss Evans ’55 Eugenie Lamb Fauver ’48, P’78 Sally Harrison Foster ’59 Gertrude Mertens Goff ’46 Antoinette Sickles GuerriniMaraldi ’49, P’74 Suzanne Hartt ’77 Faith Hall Harvie ’41 Mary Mathes Jackson ’36, P’63 Margot Balch Jacobs ’47, P’71 Cynthia Kirkland Kellogg ’60 † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55 Winnie Crane Mackey ’53 Jacqueline Mars P’83 Anne Cunningham McClure ’40, P’66 Anne Buffinton O'Brien ’46, P’73 Suzanne Patterson ’53 † Barbara McClurg Potter ’41, P’75 Beverly & Richard G. Prager P’04, ’07 Shannon Young Ray ’80 Margot Treman Rose ’80 Jane Shanholt Sacasa ’69 Deborah Safford P’81, ’84 Julia Darling Spahr ’61 Christine Nichols Tredway ’46 Clover Morrissett Weller ’53 Susan Salant Wierdsma ’55 Adele Harman Waggaman ’37 Ethel Walker Charitable & Educational Foundation Jane Cunningham Warriner ’45 Abra Prentice Wilkin ’60 Ann & Norman J. Zeig P’83

Lydia Stone Lauderdale ’46 Dr. Michael H. Leonard P’93 Kathleen Blair Leisure ’50, P’80 Catherine McIntire Leslie ’37, P’62, ’66 Jocelyn Allan Linke ’48 Dorothy Hirsch Loebl ’45 Valerie Stoddard Loring ’55 Suzanne Frey Luetkemeyer ’61 Sarah Crosskey Marvin ’81 Alison McCall ’72 Payne Payson Middleton ’45 Gail Sheppard Moloney ’56 Katherine & Kenneth Mountcastle, Jr. P’72, ’74 Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Leslie Hailand Newman ’66 Marjorie Warner Off ’66 Kathryn McCarthy Parsons ’75 Elizabeth & Theodore S. Peyton P’81 Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Elizabeth Rauch Rainoff ’53 Marie Connors Roberts ’49, P’84 Jean Tilt Sammis ’57 Patricia Kennedy Scott ’44, P’69, ’72 Staley Cayce Sednaoui ’76 Carol King Shackleton ’39 Jean Fonda Shank ’56 Rachael Jenkins Sherrill ’51 Janice Tompkins Spurr ’45 Susan Storer ’71 Elizabeth Austell Straight ’68 J. Randall Furlong Street ’57 Jane McCurrach Talcott ’54 Shirley McKeever Tanner ’47 Betty Richards Tripp ’54 Martha Heck Ulman ’55 Helen Potter Wagner ’75 Diana Goss Ward ’47 Penelope Johnson Wartels ’62 Florence Forgan Wheeler ’42 Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80 Capt. Richard T. Wright, USN (Ret) P’86 Nancy Cooper Young-Williams ’48, P’70

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15-19 YEARS Sandra Kaye Baker Martha Darling Bell ’45 Carol Robb Blount ’49 Margot Campbell Bogert ’60 Mary Peters Bolton ’33 Elizabeth Sivage Clark ’67, P’04 Sarah Gates Colley ’75

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Ann Stone Costello ’68 Barbara O. David P’92 Margaret Springer Denham ’51 Terry & Thomas R. Flagg P’85, ’87 Carolyn Foley ’65 Drs. Amy & Stuart Forman P’02 Elizabeth Gemmill ’63 Audrey Fentress Gorter ’50, P’77 Susan Kleinhans Gilbertson ’53 Jane Cole Graves ’45 Mary Alexander Kerney ’55 Elizabeth Hanson Lawlor ’71 Mary Stout Lawrence ’59 Sarah Sneve LeDoux ’78 Nancy Kitchell Lickle ’53 Meleda Wegner Lowry ’81 Anne Sprole Mauk ’69 Rosemarie & Philip McLoughlin P’98 Sandra Rohde McNamee ’84 Ruth Cummings Mead ’47 Jane Miller ’39 Janet Henning Miller ’68 Mary Burchfield Pivirotto ’51, P’88 Jennifer Rodts ’86 Evelyn Lisle Rooney ’56 Lisa Pagliaro Selz ’69 Elisabeth Dobbin Sherwood ’57 Pamela Bennett Skinner ’95 Nancy Hathaway Steenburg ’68 Elaine Johnson Wold ’46

10-14 YEARS Stephanie & R. Larry Acorn P’04 Susan Bierwirth Arbios ’74 Margaret Ashforth ’84 Gabriela Porta Beecher ’91 Alicia Kelly Benedetto ’97 Corlene Hobbs Cathcart ’44, P’82 Cheryl Clark Chalmers ’63 Gillian Reighley Christensen ’69 Paula Chu & Laura Danforth P’05 Rebecca & G. Munroe Cobey P’01, ’03 Clive K. Connor P’05 Julia Blodgett Curtis ’58 Linda Mitchell Davis ’49 Gretchen Dingman ’72 Mollie Stark Eckelberry ’48, P’82 Jan & Peter Eschauzier P’94 Mary Lotuff Feeny ’83 Barbara Nash & Patrick Flynn P’05 Emily Forman ’02

Christine & John S. Gates P’73, ’75 Ruth Harrison Grobe ’69 Kate Crichton Gubelmann ’67 Jill Harrington Sarah Schutt Harrison ’55 Helen Resor Hauge ’37 Frieda Jacobs ’71 Windy Black Jansen ’03 Elizabeth DeLong Kuhl ’44 Virginia McMillan Lambrecht ’57 Janice & John P. Lashnits P’04, ’06 Nell Rainer Levy ’54 Renee & William C. Lickle P’70, ’78, ’79 Sarah Sloneker Marcum ’42 Mary Mead P’72 Rebecca & Terrence M. Milka P’08 Julie Marr Monroe ’95 Laura Mountcastle ’74 Joan Berg Mullen ’46 Katharine Smith Olney ’82 Anne Stoddard Patterson ’49 Micaela Porta ’86 Alden Calmer Read ’48 Sidney Russell P’02 Brice Barry Russian ’89 Donya Nagib Sabet ’90 Sally & Henry C. Schreier, Jr. P’81 Patricia Kelsey Schultz ’60 George G. Shaw Emma Simon ’89 Vicky Singer P’93, ’96 Sarah Blair Smith ’70 Margaret Holley Sparks ’62 Robert H. & Jane Bassett Spilman Foundation Deborah Bell Spoehel ’75 Elizabeth Sudler ’77 Gretchen & Richard E. Swibold P’78 Katharine Swibold ’78 Joan Gilbert Thayer ’50 Susan Knapp Thomas ’80 Nancy Lombardo Valente ’91 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Joan Weston Wheeler ’44 Vanessa Guerrini-Maraldi Wilcox ’74 Sarah Darling Wimmer ’45

5-9 YEARS

Natalie Fesenmyer Emery ’55 Patricia Tierney Falkenhagen ’66 Vivienne Felix ’99 Mary Melvin Fleming ’75 Lindsay P. N. Flynn ’05 Phyllis Richard Fritts ’60 Martha Seeligson Gaffney ’83 Shari & Michael Galvin P’14 Aileen Turnbull Geddes ’56 Morton L. Goldstein P’88 Michele du Pont Goss ’59 Pam Kohlberg & Curt Greer P’10 Julie & Jeremy Greshin P’12 Mary Fentress Grumhaus ’57 Lee-Ann & Mitchell Harris P’13 Michele C. Harris P’08 Nancy Hart ’49 Henrietta Clement Hildebrand ’65 Adrianne Massie Hill ’56 Diane & Herbert S. Hoffman P’75, ’76 Elisabeth Allen Holland ’83 Hilary Walker Hotchkiss ’75 Pamela Kelley Hull ’46 Judith & Thomas Iovino P’99 Tracy Himmel Isham ’85 Mary Jackson ’63 Priscilla S. Jackson P’02 Donna & Keith C. Jones P’10, ’13 Barbara Thomas Kennedy ’69 Lilia & Steven Kieltyka P’10 James W. Kinnear P’69, ’71 Lila Wilmerding Kirkland ’58 Mary Gorter Krey ’77 Patricia & Henry Krupnikoff Caroline Berry Laporte ’43 Adriana & Raymond D. La Raja P’85 Caitlin W. Lashnits ’06 Kristen Lashnits ’04 Royce Lake Lehmann ’54 Darby Tench Leicht ’74 Bethany Wood-Leidt & William Leidt P’13 Norma Kent Lockwood ’49 Macy & Co., Inc. Meg S. Mahoney Millicent Fox Mailliard ’46, P’76 Lynn Sheppard Manger ’59 Stella Moore McClintock ’53 Dorothy McCullough ’43 Sandra Rohde McNamee ’84 Alice Kerr Moorhead ’61 Mary & Spencer Montgomery GP’96 Connie Morales ’92

Wendy & Timothy Allerton P’16 Margaret Nichols Allport ’41 Patricia & Thomas Anathan P’92 Marie & Jeffrey Baker P’11 Margaret & Ian T. Ball P’05 Allison Barringer P’13 Elizabeth Elkinton Barr ’69 Clarissa & Alan Basch P’15 Stuart M. Bell Monica Sheehan Bennett ’73 Kathleen & Donald Brigham P’82, P’85 Margaretta Bredin Brokaw ’66 Lynn Thurston Brountas ’55 Marian Morton Brown ’44 Marguerite Doubleday Buck ’55, P’79 Anne Crandall Campbell ’78 Diane & Roger Cantello P’14 Helen & David Castellani P’09 Nina & Matthew Carley P’09 Jenny Stewart Chandler ’55 Lavinia Chase ’64 Beth & Paul Chotkowski P’08, ’10 Ursula & Everett E. Clark P’80, ’84 Sophia & Mark Clarke P’12, ’17 Christina Dillon Cohen ’85 Frances Haffner Colburn ’54 Emily B. Cole-Chu ’00 Catharine Conway Coleman ’70 Elizabeth Hubbard Cook ’44 Annie L. Cotten P’78 Fiona Cox ’89 Patricia McCurdy-Crescimanno & Terry Crescimanno P’08, ’13 Salvatore L. Crescimanno GP’08, ’13 Kerridan & Michael Crowe P’13 Maureen & Philip J. Crowe, Jr. P’97, GP’13 Robin Lorton Danell ’81 Sharon & John Davies P’96, ’00 Anne Rathmell Davis ’71 Lorinda Payson de Roulet ’47, P’70 Caryl Van Ranst Dearing ’60 Margaret Shaw Dean ’52 Thomas S. Deeds Sarah House Denby ’72 Lorna MacDougall Denham ’83 Clive L. DuVal III P’09 Margaret Edwards ’50 Gretchen Miller Elkus ’60

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Constance Bell Moser ’72 Judith Moser ’62 Emily Agnew Nelson ’63 Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64 Katherine & Donal C. O’Brien P’82, ’84 Hilary Waldman & Joseph O’Brien P’13 Jane & Ray Paquet P’01 Laura & Joseph Patrina, Jr. P’11, ’13 Sallie & Michael J. Pellon P’11, ’14 Lorna Sargeant Pfaelzer ’56 Suzanne Phillips ’64 Amanda Pitman ’90 Paula & Stephen C. Place P’12 Kenneth A. Poppe Kathryn Auchincloss Porter ’54 Bryan Rathbun Betsy McNally Ravenel ’56 Brooke Gaffney Redmond ’90 Alita Weaver Reed ’60 Melissa & Thomas Regan P’13 Marie Gillette Reydel ’51 Corlene Cathcart Rhoades ’82 Susan & David Riggles P’18 Katharine H. Robinson Priscilla Reynolds Roosevelt ’59 Dorothy Kirmse Scarlett ’70 Anne Brainard Schmitt ’64 Thomas A. Schneider Carolyn Stein Shohet ’57 Deborah Seaman ’71 Averill Brockelman Shepps ’49 Barbara & Glenn Sieber P’09 Bessie & Tom Speers P’16 Susan Speers GP’16 Caroline Stanwood ’56 † Ann Hemingway Symington ’36, P’69 Mary Frey Textor ’64 Diane Thomas Patricia & Jay Tourigny P’09 Abigail Trafford ’57 Diana Dempsey Treco ’45 Linda Trimingham Warriner ’61 Cynthia & Robert C. Webster P’94 Mary Fleeson Weddle ’68 Noble Welch P’87 Vera Richard Wood ’39 Margaret Whipple Wright ’44 Julia Jackson Young ’45

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Reunion Classes 2011-2012 1937

SUPPORTERS

SUPPORTERS

PARTICIPATION: 58% ANNUAL FUND: $1,100 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $1,100

Diana Wanger Anderson Ann Sheldon Campbell Joan Glover Gorman Margaret Plunkett Lord Diana Goss Ward

Frances Glee Browne Deodhar Karen Peterson Howard Virginia McMillan Lambrecht Angelene Pell Sandra Lipson Ryon Carolyn Stein Shohet Patricia Day Storm

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1952

Helen Resor Hauge

PARTICIPATION: 34% ANNUAL FUND: $6,270 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $7,270

SUPPORTERS

Barbara Orvis de Zalduondo Catherine McIntire Leslie Esther Ricketts Stiles Elizabeth Hubbard Stott † Beverly Sartorius Vander Poel

1942 PARTICIPATION: 42% ANNUAL FUND: $10,400 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $13,400 THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Lillian Studebaker Hardy Florence Forgan Wheeler

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Elizabeth Sivage Clark Kate Crichton Gubelmann

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THE 1911 SOCIETY

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Susan N. Whitlock

Virginia Rice Kelsey Barbara Hoggson Sutphen Eileen Donner Vincent

Barbara Bristol Frances Beinecke Elston

THE 1911 SOCIETY

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Nancy McKay Armstrong Mary Paull Riley Mary Sage Stewart

Susan Symonds Bodin Anne Wakefield Leck

SUPPORTERS

Sage Dunlap Chase Judith Moser Elaine Schmid Petersen Penelope Johnson Wartels

Dorothy Scullin Cabot Judith Stoddard King

Caroline Adams Muller

Jane Roesler Corcoran Margaret Shaw Dean Naomi Powers Thornton

PARTICIPATION: 46% ANNUAL FUND: $12,955 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $13,155

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Margot Balch Jacobs BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Alice Brown Mary Doyle Foster Shirley McKeever Tanner

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Catherine Nimick SUPPORTERS

Judith Scott Larsen Liddy Taylor Latter Caroline Baldwin Lewis Nancy Byloff Matisoff Julie Lange Peyton

Marcia Corbin Dinah Day Mary Goodyear Glenn

1957

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Joan Ferguson Ellis Mary Birge Bonbright Hendrian

Christine Gorham Cox Holly Hulburd

SUPPORTERS

1947

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

DOGSWOOD CLUB

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Sylvia Breed Gates

Lorinda Payson de Roulet Ruth Cummings Mead

Jane du Pont Kidd Abigail Trafford THE 1911 SOCIETY

“I am continuingly grateful for my

Jean Tilt Sammis Elisabeth Dobbin Sherwood

launching pad years at Walker’s.

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

I have enjoyed supporting the School

Mary Fentress Grumhaus J. Randall Furlong Street

ever since I graduated. I am happy to

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have included EWS in my will.”

Nancy King Howe Mary Gibbs Piper

Sylvia Breed Gates ’42, Class Correspondent

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Joan Garver Anderson

ITALICIZED NAMES INDICATE REUNION VOLUNTEERS

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THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Jeanette Hunt Van Nice

PARTICIPATION: 40% ANNUAL FUND: $16,050 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $16,750

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

PARTICIPATION: 27% ANNUAL FUND: $33,348 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $105,095

PARTICIPATION: 36% ANNUAL FUND: $11,587 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $11,587

THE 1911 SOCIETY

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Frances Barber Dorrance

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1962

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Catherine Smith Leonard Harrah Lord Abigail Aldrich Record Margaret Holley Sparks Anne M. Strong

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Sarah House Denby Alison McCall

Carolyn Evans Gallagher Mary Lorillard Halsted Meredith Maurer Hutchison J. Fraser Nelson Patricia O'Reilly Mary Palmer Carol Auchter Stiles Michelle Turner

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Mary Mountcastle BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Eleanor Henning Clark Mary Mead-Hagen Constance Bell Moser SUPPORTERS

Cynthia Anderson Barker Susan Churchill Bowman Gretchen Dingman Lisa Harrington Foote Kathryn Loomis Harris Katherine Humpstone Jill Englund Jensen Catherine Clark Shopneck Victoria Reeve Spaulding Joanna Betts Virkler

1982 PARTICIPATION: 21% ANNUAL FUND: $6,425 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $12,025 THE 1911 SOCIETY

Katharine O'Brien Rohn THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Lucinda Atkins Sheffield DOGSWOOD CLUB

Carmen Rodriguez Ericson Susan Jensen Rawles Corlene Cathcart Rhoades Elizabeth McDonough Shannon BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Tricia Tourville Dave Tracey Flach Shiel

1977 PARTICIPATION: 37% ANNUAL FUND: $20,600 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $37,850 THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren THE 1911 SOCIETY

Lillian Irani Mueller Elizabeth Sudler

SUPPORTERS

Jean Brigham Chant Katharine Smith Olney Tracey Reifler Sahba Sadegh-Vaziri Heather Sweeny Jennifer Schnabel Wedemeyer Leila Howland Wetmore

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Elizabeth Clark

Carter E. Margison

Josey Ballenger Ailsa Veit Foulke Lizbeth Licopantis King Carol Lamond Wendy Smith Amy Wollman Wistreich

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BEAVER BROOK CLUB

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PARTICIPATION: 17% ANNUAL FUND: $575 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $575

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1997

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Ashley Fisher

Gigi Henriquez de Cardoze Naomi Servante McNally Whitley Ram Schoeny

PARTICIPATION: 12% ANNUAL FUND: $2,625 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $3,250

Emily Benham Connors Lucy West Engebretson Lisa Bourget Frisbie

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

SUPPORTERS

1987

SUPPORTERS

PARTICIPATION: 19% ANNUAL FUND: $1,515 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $1,515

An Huynh

Monica Adams Wendy West Brenninkmeijer Cecily Chilton Matthai Barbara Merlin Neal Deborah Rush Suzanne Hartt Mary Gorter Krey Kendall Wideman Pickett Hilary Thornton

2002

PARTICIPATION: 20% ANNUAL FUND: $800 MULTI-YEAR CLASS GIVING: $1,300

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

DOGSWOOD CLUB

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

1992

SUPPORTERS

SUPPORTERS

Alicia Kelly Benedetto Karen Crowe Sumitra Daswani Katherine Flanagan Shoss Christine Foley Smith

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REUNION CLASS ANNUAL FUND PERFORMANCE TOTALS

Class of 1947 1937

Joan Ferguson Ellis Shirley McKeever Tanner

Class of 1962 Anne Wakefield Leck Penelope Johnson Wartels

Class of 1972 Alison McCall Joanna Betts Virkler

2011-2012 Class Giving Participation %

2011-2012 Annual Fund Class Giving*

Multi-Year Class Giving**

2010-2011 Annual Support

58%

$1,100

$1,100

$6,375

1942

42%

$10,400

$13,400

$8,341

1947

46%

$12,955

$13,155

$7,275

1952

34%

$6,270

$7,270

$1,320

1957

40%

$16,050

$16,750

$15,064

1962

36%

$11,587

$11,587

$5,450

1967

27%

$33,348

$105,095

$17,933

1972

27%

$6,700

$9,100

$8,172

Class of 1977

1977

37%

$20,600

$37,850

$14,800

Deborah Rush

1982

21%

$6,425

$12,025

$8,008

1987

12%

$2,625

$3,250

$1,425

Class of 1987

1992

20%

$800

$1,300

$2,333

1997

17%

$575

$575

$600

2002

19%

$1,515

$1,515

$2,235

LaDawn Lanier Hightower

2007

16%

$810

$810

$385

Class of 1997

TOTAL

24%

$131,760

$234,782

$99,716

Ailsa Veit Foulke Wendy Smith

Class of 1992

Alicia Kelly Benedetto

Class of 2002

* Annual Fund Class Giving totals include Annual Fund gifts and matching gifts monies received and expected for 2011-2012.

Terri M. Booker Cerra Cardwell Brittany Coons Noble

Class of 2007 Alison R. Dowling Carter E. Margison

** Multi-Year Class Giving totals include Annual Fund Class Giving totals and Reunion Annual Fund pledges going forward.

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Alumnae Donors The alumnae of The Ethel Walker School are the backbone of our giving program. Their loyalty and generosity to their alma mater is shown through their donations. We gratefully acknowledge and thank our alumnae for all they do for their School. Donors are recognized for every category of giving. Participation percentages and Annual Fund gift totals reflect unrestricted giving.

1933 PARTICIPATION: 67% ANNUAL FUND: $1,150 THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Swan McLean Grant Jane Miller Dorothy Jane Mahaffey Moore Carol King Shackleton

“I chose to include The Ethel Walker School in my will because I believe it will

Mary Peters Bolton BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Frances Andrews Dillingham

1935 THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

† Ethel Worthington Riley

1940

continue to provide the level of education

PARTICIPATION: 55% ANNUAL FUND: $10,050

which it gave to me. I have great

THE 1911 SOCIETY

confidence in its leadership, which will

Carroll Keeley King Anne Cunningham McClure Mary Holley Uihlein

enable Walker’s to continue to thrive.” Amey Amory DeFriez ’45, P’67, ’69, Centennial Campaign Cabinet

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Anne Holton Bushman

1936 PARTICIPATION: 40% ANNUAL FUND: $5,400

SUPPORTERS

Jean Cole Van Buren Patricia Crooks Whiteley

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

† Ann Hemingway Symington BEAVER BROOK CLUB

1941

Mary Mathes Jackson

PARTICIPATION: 33% ANNUAL FUND: $9,521

SUPPORTERS

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

Dora Bromfield Bradley Susanne Froelicher Holcombe

† Barbara McClurg Potter

SUPPORTERS

PARTICIPATION: 24% ANNUAL FUND: $325

Patricia Leblond Clasgens Elizabeth Hubbard Cook Sarah Skinner Hart Elizabeth DeLong Kuhl Priscilla Huffard Rockwell Joan Weston Wheeler

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Barbara Straw Shaul SUPPORTERS

Diane Stinchfield Klingenstein Caroline Berry Laporte Dorothy McCullough Joan Woodford Russo

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Elizabeth Carpenter Davis

1938 PARTICIPATION: 25%

1943

1945 CLASS AGENTS

THE 1911 SOCIETY

Margaret Auger Kennerly Janice Tompkins Spurr

Faith Hall Harvie SUPPORTER

Caroline Peters Rockwood

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

1944

Margaret Nichols Allport

PARTICIPATION: 41% ANNUAL FUND: $11,700

PARTICIPATION: 70% ANNUAL FUND: $12,759

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

THE 1911 SOCIETY

DOGSWOOD CLUB

1939

Sallie Cronkhite Richard

PARTICIPATION: 44% ANNUAL FUND: $1,300

SUPPORTERS

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Martha Darling Bell Amey Amory DeFriez

Elsie Hilliard Hillman Patricia Kennedy Scott

Jean McCullough Geddes Diane Newton Sumner

THE CLUETT SOCIETY DOGSWOOD CLUB

Vera Richard Wood

Dorothy Hirsch Loebl Payne Payson Middleton

Marian Morton Brown Corlene Hobbs Cathcart

SUPPORTERS

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Nancy Herron Cherry Barbara McIntire Gorham

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Anonymous

Margaret Whipple Wright

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Norma Kent Lockwood Alexandra Sewall Mackey Anne Stoddard Patterson Shirley Follansbee Reineman Averill Brockelman Shepps

1950 PARTICIPATION: 42% ANNUAL FUND: $5,275 THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Audrey Fentress Gorter THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Sara Jane Auchincloss Gordon Edith Read Lamb DOGSWOOD CLUB

Kirby Smith Graham SUPPORTERS

Jean Reddy Armour Sophie Chandler Consagra Heloise Bacon Power

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

SUPPORTERS

Barbara Hurff Christensen Gertrude Mertens Goff

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

SUPPORTERS

Beatrice Weeks Bast Margaret Auger Kennerly Janice Tompkins Spurr Julia Jackson Young

Elizabeth Leonard Breyman Lydia Stone Lauderdale Nancy Straus Lipsky Millicent Fox Mailliard Joan Berg Mullen Anne Buffinton O’Brien

Suzette Spitzer King Nancy Millar O’Boyle Lee Mills Petty Alexandra Potts Pool Anne Crellin Seggerman Nancy Cooper Young-Williams

SUPPORTERS

Elizabeth Irving Ballantine Hannah Griffith Bradley Loise Baldwin Chapin Patricia Edwards Dennis Jane Cole Graves Rosalind Shaw Kornegay Penelope Hall Porter Diana Dempsey Treco Hope Griggs Turner Sally Whiteley Sarah Darling Wimmer

1946 PARTICIPATION: 46% ANNUAL FUND: $5,075 THE 1911 SOCIETY

Christine Nichols Tredway THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Pamela Kelley Hull Elaine Johnson Wold

Bruce Rial Boalt Margaret Edwards Michelle Myers Florence Joy Windle Hoffman Kathleen Blair Leisure Joan Gilbert Thayer Ellen Carroll Walton

1951 PARTICIPATION: 50% ANNUAL FUND: $4,250

1949

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

CLASS AGENT

1948 CLASS AGENT

Eugenie Lamb Fauver

Marie Connors Roberts

Jacqueline Marx Barnett Cynthia Booth Jennings

PARTICIPATION: 64% ANNUAL FUND: $5,650

DOGSWOOD CLUB

THE 1911 SOCIETY

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Mary Burchfield Pivirotto

PARTICIPATION: 45% ANNUAL FUND: $10,850

Linda Mitchell Davis

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Constance Lavino Bell

Pamela Pond Goss Marie Connors Roberts

THE 1911 SOCIETY

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Margaret Clarkson Chapin

Jane Preston Fitzgerald

DOGSWOOD CLUB

SUPPORTERS

Sally Ankeny Anson Mollie Stark Eckelberry Jocelyn Allan Linke

Carol Robb Blount Jennifer Mertens Brock Eve Harlan Dillingham Antoinette Sickles Guerrini-Maraldi Nancy Hart Valerie Thomas Hartshorne Joan Pruitt Ireland

Pamela Jones Baader Leonor Lobo de Gonzalez Anne Austin Mazlish

DOGSWOOD CLUB

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Eugenie Lamb Fauver Alden Calmer Read

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† DECEASED

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Alice Wayland Cruikshank Margaret Springer Denham Ann Clevenger Henahan Anne Goodyear Hudnut Brooke Page Pacy Margaret McEldowney Pierce Marie Gillette Reydel Rachael Jenkins Sherrill Eleanor Alton Sulston

1953

SUPPORTERS

1956

1958

PARTICIPATION: 64% ANNUAL FUND: $18,350

Mary Bard Bourquin Patricia Hecker Crompton Royce Lake Lehmann Nell Rainer Levy Barbara Mayer Marks Jane McCurrach Talcott Glenn Shannon Whipple

PARTICIPATION: 49% ANNUAL FUND: $30,840

PARTICIPATION: 27% ANNUAL FUND: $2,726

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Phoebe Haffner Andrew

Martha Bloch McLanahan

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

DOGSWOOD CLUB

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Roberta Gerstell Bennett THE 1911 SOCIETY

Stella Moore McClintock THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Nancie Magee Bourne Quarrier Bloch Cook Clarissa Yantis Downey Diana Waud Kruglick Nancy Kitchell Lickle Suzanne Patterson

BEAVER BROOK CLUB THE 1911 SOCIETY

1955

SUPPORTERS

Sally Mason Ellison Elizabeth Nash Muench

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

PARTICIPATION: 71% ANNUAL FUND: $180,773

DOGSWOOD CLUB

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Lorna Sargeant Pfaelzer

Elise Rosenberry Donohue † Deborah Williams MacKenzie Letitia McClure Potter Terese Treman Williams

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Patricia Love Anderson Evelyn Lisle Rooney Jean Fonda Shank

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

1954 PARTICIPATION: 36% ANNUAL FUND: $4,275 THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Karen Bisgard Alexander DOGSWOOD CLUB

Frances Haffner Colburn Kathryn Auchincloss Porter Betty Richards Tripp

1959 CLASS AGENT

Marguerite Doubleday Buck Tania Goss Evans

SUPPORTERS

Elena Miller Shoch

Mary Jo Laflin Field Melinda Miller Greenough Adrianne Massie Hill Huldah Lashar Caroline Stanwood Lee Mullowney Story

SUPPORTERS

Susan Kleinhans Gilbertson Joan Grafmueller Grier Helen Frost Hale Louise Hodgman Huff Anne Mitchell Morgan Carrie Neher Queenan Jeanne Ballentine Riegel Patricia Sudler Stimpson Dorothy Snow Vilmar Clover Morrissett Weller Mimi Wriedt

Julia Blodgett Curtis Mabel Burke Lewis Ingrid Russell Wendell Miller Steavenson Elisabeth Bartlett Sturges Karen Fitkin Swensrud Beverley Dunn Wadsworth

Betsy McNally Ravenel Mary Laird Silvia Virginia Pearson Smithers

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Constance Neher Purcell Mary Schwerin Ritter

Marion Linen Carr

Gail Sheppard Moloney

CLASS AGENTS

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Betty Flanders Foster Pamela Price Houk Winnie Crane Mackey Elizabeth Rauch Rainoff

Barbara Welles Bartlett Lila Wilmerding Kirkland

Aileen Turnbull Geddes Cynthia Mead Sargent

THE 1911 SOCIETY

Elizabeth Nash Muench THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Sally Mason Ellison Sarah Schutt Harrison Mary-Dixon Bartlett Peers

PARTICIPATION: 40% ANNUAL FUND: $20,671 THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

Lucy Rosenberry Jones Lynn Sheppard Manger THE 1911 SOCIETY

Michele du Pont Goss DOGSWOOD CLUB

Valerie Stoddard Loring Susan Salant Wierdsma BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Lynn Thurston Brountas Tanis Higgins Erdmann Bettina O’Neil Lyons SUPPORTERS

Elizabeth Russell Broda Carol Large Calhoun Jenny Stewart Chandler Natalie Fesenmyer Emery Mary Alexander Kerney Glenna Holleran Ottley Martha Heck Ulman Suzanne Holmes Welch

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Patricia Blun Deetjen

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1960

DOGSWOOD CLUB

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Anne Dobbin Bailliere Elena Miller Shoch

PARTICIPATION: 51% ANNUAL FUND: $107,366

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Elizabeth Gemmill Susan Foster Work Linda Roberts Zinn

Nancy Rathborne

Margot Campbell Bogert Harriet Blees Dewey Abra Prentice Wilkin

Gretchen Miller Elkus Phyllis Richard Fritts Carroll Townsend Tickner Marilyn Hodges Wilmerding BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Elizabeth Jack Ghriskey Margot Barnes Goodwin

SUPPORTERS

Lea Osborne Angell Martyn Smith Belmont Ann Middleton Buckley † Kate McNally Cote Sally Harrison Foster Mary Brown Jackson Mary Stout Lawrence Sally Chapin Levin Priscilla Reynolds Roosevelt Gwendolen Willard

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Virginia Jones Bush Caryl Van Ranst Dearing Susan Shierling Harding Patricia Kelsey Schultz

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

Cynthia Kirkland Kellogg Tania Whitman Stepanian

SUPPORTERS

Cheryl Clark Chalmers Suzanne Schroeder Chapman Cornelia Spencer Ives Mary Jackson Emily Agnew Nelson

SUPPORTERS

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Christy Hoffman Brown Mary Farrar Hatchette Frances Aldrich Maher Ellen Corroon Petersen Patricia Connors Warrender

Mary Gardner Gates THE 1911 SOCIETY

Alita Weaver Reed

1964

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

PARTICIPATION: 39% ANNUAL FUND: $20,375

Beverly Vander Poel Banker

1961

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

PARTICIPATION: 22% ANNUAL FUND: $28,918

Lynn Allegaert THE 1911 SOCIETY

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

Suzanne Sivage Borland Celeste Royall Niarchos

Alice Kerr Moorhead Julia Darling Spahr

DOGSWOOD CLUB

THE 1911 SOCIETY

Elizabeth Yinkey Moore

Suzanne Frey Luetkemeyer SUPPORTERS

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Seddon Kelly Beaty Suzanne Chapin Berl Sylvia Brooks Lavinia Chase Tina Gardner Locke Mary Love Charlotte Meyer Suzanne Phillips Anne Brainard Schmitt Mary Frey Textor Haydee Diaz-Camacho von Sternberg Anne Fuller Wall

Linda Trimingham Warriner BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Marguerite Hagner Benson Pamela Winston Christensen SUPPORTERS

Leslie Bucklin Haines Elise Truebner Henning Jane Shierling Walsh

1963 PARTICIPATION: 29% ANNUAL FUND: $39,250 THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

1965

Cythlen Cunningham Maddock

PARTICIPATION: 21% ANNUAL FUND: $7,225

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

Leidy Paine Samson

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Henrietta Clement Hildebrand

Susan S. Ford

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Diana Dyer Watson

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THE 1911 SOCIETY

Ann Stone Costello

“Late last year as I was preparing to retire

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Claudia Ramsland Burch Jan Mactier Nancy Hathaway Steenburg

and consolidating my retirement assets, I met with Jane Bradford, head of Planned

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Giving for Walker’s. With her help I named

Janet Henning Miller Barbara McPherson Sanders

Walker’s as the beneficiary of one of my

1970 PARTICIPATION: 28% ANNUAL FUND: $9,186

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

IRAs in recognition of the contribution the School made in giving me the foundation

Anonymous

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

SUPPORTERS

Tina Tiedtke

Merrill Ware Carrington Dana Prizer Devereux Catherine McKee Donovan Kimberley Smith Niles Louise Nussbaum Schwartz Nina Sheldon Claudia Warner Mary Fleeson Weddle Anne Coit Williams

for success in my chosen career. I encourage all Walker’s alumnae to meet with Jane and consider making our School a part of your estate plan.”

THE 1911 SOCIETY

Whitney de Roulet Bullock DOGSWOOD CLUB

Catharine Conway Coleman Gail Chandler Gaston BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Cynthia Emerson Keefer SUPPORTERS

Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64, President, Alumnae Board, Ex-Officio Centennial Campaign Cabinet

Wendy Wenk Adams Allison Snyder Brates Jean Stewart Burton Lise Gerhard Barbara Weyher McLamb Dorothy Kirmse Scarlett Sarah Blair Smith Sarah Stott Terrill Powers Taylor Fendine Clagett Wood

1969 PARTICIPATION: 43% ANNUAL FUND: $165,510 THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Ann Watson Bresnahan Lisa Pagliaro Selz

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Janet Taylor Lisle

Tucker Etherington Anderson Pamela Shields Smith

THE 1911 SOCIETY

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Patricia Tierney Falkenhagen Susan Hewitt Fischer

Susan Nichols Ferriere Ruth Harrison Grobe Barbara Thomas Kennedy

SUPPORTERS

Anne Westcott Bigalow Lucia Bryant Blanchard Mercedes Mestre Bonachea Carolyn Foley Elizabeth Peabody Miles

1966 CLASS AGENT

Pamela Shields Smith

Anne Sprole Mauk

SUPPORTERS

Deborah Bard Dewing Susan Lins Jackson Marjorie Warner Off Carol Bruenner Parker Janet Stott Olivia Spencer Tuttle

Margaretta Bredin Brokaw

PARTICIPATION: 31% ANNUAL FUND: $13,055

DOGSWOOD CLUB

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Elizabeth Elkinton Barr Gillian Reighley Christensen Gurukirn Paulus Khalsa Charlotte McKim Ana Victoria Mestre Puchi

PARTICIPATION: 34% ANNUAL FUND: $32,445 THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

1971

1968 CLASS AGENT

Barbara McPherson Sanders

Frieda Jacobs THE 1911 SOCIETY

Lisa Smith Cashin

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Mary Laub Cowan Marian Cox-Chapman Jean Moore Edwards Elizabeth DeFriez Gibson

Jean Hamilton Jane Orndahl DOGSWOOD CLUB

Cynthia Smith Evanisko Martha Hedgpeth

THE 1911 SOCIETY

Leslie Hailand Newman THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Frances Beatty Adler Shelley Wanger

PARTICIPATION: 38% ANNUAL FUND: $13,935

SUPPORTERS

Barbara Arnold Mary Whitt Fishel Susan Brittingham Gregg

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Leila Baroody Anne Rathmell Davis

Elizabeth Austell Straight

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SUPPORTERS

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Patricia Holmboe Atwood Betsy Ballenger Wynanda Clifford Bell Sarah Coburn Borgeson Wendy Ross Carothers Elizabeth Grant Elizabeth Hanson Lawlor Deborah Seaman Susan Storer Melissa Banta Tyson

Sarah Schade Bowman Tracey Smith

Olivia Muench Jennifer Smith Victoria Veh Allison Wanamaker

SUPPORTERS

Susan Bierwirth Arbios Brendan Damon Ethington Elizabeth Palmer Higgins Darby Tench Leicht Cristina Orsi Lirot Olivia Lovelace Gunnel Orndahl

1979 PARTICIPATION: 25% ANNUAL FUND: $10,822 THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Eve Chilton Martiran

1978

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

PARTICIPATION: 17% ANNUAL FUND: $2,425

Wendy Buck Brown Kelly O’Connor Pasciucco Catherine Reiss de Haan

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Anne Crandall Campbell

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BEAVER BROOK CLUB

1973 PARTICIPATION: 22% ANNUAL FUND: $2,625 THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Robin Hunziker Smith DOGSWOOD CLUB

Paulette Castillo Audrey Nevins BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Karen Thompson SUPPORTERS

Monica Sheehan Bennett Karen Cook Susan Gates Cooper Ellen Morrissey Jenkins

Karen Polcer Bdera Marie Herkert Bogdanovics Linda Murphey Crispinelli Elizabeth Thornton Jolly Catherine Terry Taylor Jane-Byrd Wiley Terlizzi Nancy Mack von Euler

Alline Matheson

1975 SUPPORTERS

PARTICIPATION: 18% ANNUAL FUND: $41,877

Ellen Krimmel Besobrasov Dorothy Hall Frances Hughes Sarah Sneve LeDoux Victoria Falk Michaelis Ashley Lickle O’Neil Margaret Palmer Annabelle Reid Christine Gibbons Roberts Katharine Swibold

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Sarah Gates Colley THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

Kathryn McCarthy Parsons THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Deborah Bell Spoehel Helen Potter Wagner

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Tracey Kammerer Dina Cathey Millard Mary Derbyshire Petty Katherine Jones Stillwell Arabella Wattles Teal Kathleen Wallace Wee

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Jeanette Poillon THE CLUETT SOCIETY

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SUPPORTERS

Cristina Orsi Lirot

Susan Ziebarth Delaporte Hilary Walker Hotchkiss Deborah Mercer Ribas

PARTICIPATION: 27% ANNUAL FUND: $11,936 THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

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Pamela Brewster THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Suzette Scott Hearn Lois Johnson Hughes Laura Mountcastle

1976 PARTICIPATION: 19% ANNUAL FUND: $1,730 THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Staley Cayce Sednaoui DOGSWOOD CLUB

Shelley Cole BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Anne Lacouture Penniman DOGSWOOD CLUB

Vanessa Guerrini-Maraldi Wilcox

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Lisa Weber Greenberg Margaret McKee

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Deborah Loven-Gray Sarah Crosskey Marvin Lisa Levis von Braun Julie Yindra

1985 PARTICIPATION: 20% ANNUAL FUND: $3,300 THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Sarah-Jane McCarthy Markoe THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Margot Treman Rose DOGSWOOD CLUB

Christina Dillon Cohen DOGSWOOD CLUB

1983

Susan Knapp Thomas

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

SUPPORTERS

Alexandra Badger Airth

Tracey Mueller Biedron Carolyn Fortney Dailey Stephanie Davison Leta Dinkel Katharine Dusenbury Linda Loteczka Gilbert Anne Kennedy Emily Davis Knight Yvette Larrieu Susan McWilliams Brooke Hummer Mower Dale Seiffer Oberlander Cassandra Sperry Ordway Ann O’Reilly Shannon Young Ray C. Denise Morales Richardson Deana Washburn

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1981

Esther Pryor

PARTICIPATION: 23% ANNUAL FUND: $29,550

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Maria Aixala Dawson Clarissa Potter Emilia Wood Stuhr Gwendolyn Walker

Mary Lotuff Feeny SUPPORTERS THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Marcella Ciacci Charrabe Tracy Himmel Isham Elizabeth Keith Constance Kossally Sonja Neill-Turner Deborah Flagg Smith Patricia Zimmerman

Martha Seeligson Gaffney Elisabeth Allen Holland Leontina Marcotulli DOGSWOOD CLUB

Kelly Finn Mazo BEAVER BROOK CLUB

PARTICIPATION: 12% ANNUAL FUND: $25,625

Suzanne Fairchild Kovner

Veronica Leger Meleda Wegner Lowry Mary Bebel Schinke

Thalia Falcon

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Jennifer Rodts

Margaret Ashforth Kazie Sheridan Hayes SUPPORTERS

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Vivien Carrera-Justiz Brown Alyce Gammon Fiedler Catherine Kenney Susan Lewis Mather Toby Frielinghaus Reilley Alden Byrholdt Reith Caroline O’Brien Thomas

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Stephanie Bothwell-Grillo Karen Quiros Holder PARTICIPATION: 25% ANNUAL FUND: $3,300 THE 1911 SOCIETY

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Mary Beth Rettger

Elizabeth Paschal Alrick Marian Bradley-Kohr Robin Lorton Danell

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Hillary Bush Adicia Cohen-Johnson Hilary Getman Pearson Micaela Porta Claudia Mesch Smith

Sandra Rohde McNamee

SUPPORTERS

Brice Barry Russian

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1984

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Louise Gabrielle

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

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Jennifer Alter Abt Emma Simon Fiona Cox Stacey Lombardo DiPiazza

1986

Jennifer McDonough Albanesi Anna Perkins de Cordova Wendy Hodgkins DeLorey Lorna MacDougall Denham Louisa Cecil Harrison N. Quinn Keeler Elisabeth Holmes McKean

Amy Cleveland Bowman

Pamela Safford

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

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SUPPORTERS

PARTICIPATION: 16% ANNUAL FUND: $2,025

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

PARTICIPATION: 9% ANNUAL FUND: $2,975

Elizabeth Arienti Sloane

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PARTICIPATION: 8% ANNUAL FUND: $675

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Marsha Tharakan

Amanda Pitman Donya Nagib Sabet Carol Watson

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Blair Beuttas Nichelle Davidson Bussey Margo Clare Cummings Margaret Meinert Eschbach Barbara van der Kieft Latimer Monique Leung

Hilary McKeever Gerlach Stephanie Bothwell-Grillo Karen Quiros Holder Claire Reese Ketchum Amy Melnicsak Katie Ryan

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DOGSWOOD CLUB

CLASS AGENT

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Amy H. Neidlinger

Gabriela Porta Beecher

Kirsten Eckelmeyer

PARTICIPATION: 11% ANNUAL FUND: $380 SUPPORTERS

Rosemary Logan Camille Obering Musser Emily Rossiter Natalie Wagner Gwendolyn Wood Wisely

Emily B. Cole-Chu Sarah M. Heinemann Samara M. Khalique Kimberly Wagner Patterson Jamiah N. Tappin Danielle L. Wentworth

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CLASS AGENT

PARTICIPATION: 22% ANNUAL FUND: $2,805

PARTICIPATION: 15% ANNUAL FUND: $1,250

PARTICIPATION: 9% ANNUAL FUND: $550

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BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Elizabeth Borland Blodgett

Kirsten Eckelmeyer Pamela Webster Murphy

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Gabriela Porta Beecher Elizabeth Schaaf Carson Sarah Keefer Dore Atwill Kesterson Nancy Lombardo Valente Carolyn Bower Welch

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Rebecca DeGray Malley

1995

Jackie Harris Mercurio

CLASS AGENT

THE 1911 SOCIETY

Jessica Bartolini-Buggeln

PARTICIPATION: 27% ANNUAL FUND: $746

PARTICIPATION: 15% ANNUAL FUND: $1,120

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

SUPPORTERS

Jackie Harris Mercurio

Glenna McMahon Lisa Metzke

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

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Pamela Bennett Skinner

PARTICIPATION: 15% ANNUAL FUND: $700

SUPPORTERS

Brooke Berescik-Johns Emily Broidrick Johanna McLoughlin Cahoon Ipsita Das Katherine Estock Christine Isidoro Rachael S. Rosselli Erin Shupenis Jennifer Soderburg Jessica Terpstra

Mary Cobey Selina Rano Collier Courtney Hornberger Erica Ohanesian Melanie S. Shwab Nicole Paquet Whitehead

1993 CLASS AGENTS

SUPPORTERS

Nan Flanagan Augusta Morrison Harrison Katharine Leonard Anne Bodner Martin Glenna McMahon Lisa Metzke Xaviera Simmons

Jessica Bartolini-Buggeln Leander Altifois Dolphin Jacqueline Jayson Julie Marr Monroe Carol Santiago Nicole Lewenson Shargel

Ariana Rockefeller Bucklin

2003 CLASS AGENT

Windy Black Jansen PARTICIPATION: 10% ANNUAL FUND: $2,675 THE 1911 SOCIETY

1999

Elizabeth Cobey

PARTICIPATION: 7% ANNUAL FUND: $65

SUPPORTERS

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Caitlin Dempsey Windy Black Jansen Megan Rosidivito Lyczak

Anonymous SUPPORTERS

Vivienne Felix Nicole Madison Rebecca Sherlock-Shangraw

2004 PARTICIPATION: 12% ANNUAL FUND: $155 SUPPORTERS

Berit E. Barr Breanne Evans Anesha P. Grant Katherine R. Hypolite Kristen Lashnits

2000 CLASS AGENTS

Sarah M. Heinemann Samara M. Khalique PARTICIPATION: 18% ANNUAL FUND: $1,000

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Catherine Seif

Alicia M. Ramharack

PARTICIPATION: 11% ANNUAL FUND: $668

PARTICIPATION: 17% ANNUAL FUND: $2,155

PARTICIPATION: 6% ANNUAL FUND: $20

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SUPPORTERS

SUPPORTERS

Lindsay P. N. Flynn

Kate S. Crescimanno Alicia M. Ramharack

Gianna M. Gerace Alison E. Jackman Christine E. Ligato Katherine J. Pellon Ashleigh N. Stephan Sheron Torho

THE PEPPER POT SOCIETY

THE PEPPER POT SOCIETY

Won-Jin Son

Charlotte Weidlein SUPPORTERS

2009

Christina Ball Ting Chu-Richardson Ashley Dombrow Meredythe Goethe Catherine Seif

Laura Diamond Hannah Fasano Alejandra Feliz Julia Fowler Ema Graham Marisa Greshin Emma Grimes Sydney Hansen Si Hyun Joo Tahara Jordan Hoyeun Kim Chai Lin Kim Hye Jin Kim Emily Mainolfi Courtney Meheran Ashley-Victoria Mihelis Kayla Monroe Chiko Nakajima Heidi Odenwaelder Dele Odumosu Soo Bin Park Deborah Place Kelsey Shelton Samantha Siegel Alexandra Silver Allison Talbot Eleanor Thacher Bingxin Xu

PARTICIPATION: 4% ANNUAL FUND: $120 SUPPORTERS

2012

Brennan A. Maine Jennifer M. Sieber

PARTICIPATION: 100% SUPPORTERS

2006

Dahiana Acosta Melody Altschuler Marquita Amoah Sarah Baron Lainey Battiston Eda Bell Katherine Bilgore Adriana Borges Casey Brottman Julia Marie Castro Monet Clarke Michelle Coster LoAles Cruz

2010

CLASS AGENTS

PARTICIPATION: 9% ANNUAL FUND: $1,285

Alle S. Colen Reema Dedania Caitlin W. Lashnits

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Elizabeth F. Greenberg PARTICIPATION: 2%

SUPPORTERS

SUPPORTER

Charlotte A. Jones Caroline R. Kieltyka Marianne T. Pettit Ella P. Smith Victoria A. Smith

Caitlin W. Lashnits

Senior Class Gift

2011–2012 TOP TEN CLASSES — THE WALKER’S FUND Class

Dollars Raised

Class Agents; Reunion Committee

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Sally Mason Ellison, Elizabeth Nash Muench

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$30,840

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In addition to their individual gifts and 100% participation in the Annual Fund, the Class of 2012 donated an engraved paving stone to the School’s newly constructed athletic pavilion as their Senior Gift. It will be installed along the central walkway leading to the building, serving as a symbol to future generations of their belief in Walker’s and its rich history.

Pamela Shields Smith

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Development Volunteers 2011–2012 No fundraising program can succeed without the dedication of its volunteers. Alumnae, parents, grandparents and friends of The Ethel Walker School once again joined together to ensure the realization of our 2011-2012 goals. To them all, we extend a heartfelt thank you.

BOARD

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ALUMNAE BOARD 2011-12

“Why do I leave a legacy to Walker’s?

Donya Nagib Sabet ’90

Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64

PRESIDENT

PRESIDENT

Margot Campbell Bogert ’60

Amanda Pitman ’90

VICE PRESIDENT

VICE PRESIDENT

Elizabeth Sivage Clark ’67, P’04

Nancy Hathaway Steenburg ’68

TREASURER

SECRETARY

Christopher L. Brigham

Elizabeth Borland Blodgett ’91 Leander Altifois Dolphin ’95 Mary Lotuff Feeny ’83 Nan Flanagan ’93 Ailsa Veit Foulke ’87 Katherine Hypolite ’04 Tracy Himmel Isham ’85 Molly Love ’64 Carter E. Margison ’07 Mary Beth Rettger ’81 Deborah N. Rush ’77 Catherine Terry Taylor ’79 Gwendolyn Wood Wisely ’96

SECRETARY

Elizabeth Cromwell Speers P’16 HEAD OF SCHOOL

Lynn Allegaert ’64 Timothy R. Bazemore Elizabeth Rockwell Cesare TRUSTEE EMERITA

Sarah Gates Colley ’75 E. Kay Cowan Harriet Blees Dewey ’60, P’86 Clive L. DuVal III P’09 Kathanne Fowler P’12 Kate Crichton Gubelmann ’67 † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55 Lynn Sheppard Manger ’59 Sophie Mellon P’15 Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64 EX-OFFICIO, PRESIDENT, ALUMNAE

Because I want to support the structure that gave me the tools that enable me to be me.” Kate Gubelmann ’67, member, Board of Trustees

Monet Clarke ’12 STUDENT ALUMNAE BOARD REPRESENTATIVE

CENTENNIAL CAMPAIGN CABINET

BOARD

Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 TRUSTEE EMERITA

Brooke Gaffney Redmond ’90 Lisa Pagliaro Selz ’69 Gail Shelton ’12

Sophia Clarke P’12, ’17

PARENTS ASSOCIATION 2011-12

PARENT AND GRANDPARENT SOLICITORS

Gail Shelton P’12

Tracey & Bruce Backman P’16, ’18

PRESIDENT

PARENT CHAIRS, ANNUAL FUND

Kirsten Fuchs P’17

Eda & James Bell P’12

SECRETARY

CHAIRS, SENIOR PARENT FUND

Patricia Olesh P’15

Marcia & John Hincks GP’13, ’15

TREASURER

CHAIRS, GRANDPARENT FUND

Renee Alexander P’13

Nancy & J. Brooke Aker P’14 Renee Alexander P’13 Crystal & Jeffrey Begleiter P’14 Jessie Feng & Heng Che P’15 Lynn Phillips & Chinedu Chukwura P’17 Sophia & Mark Clarke P’12, ’17

MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Rene Daguerre-Bradford P’13 CHAIR, UPPER SCHOOL ACTIVITY COMMITTEE

Carla Gregory P’13 PRESIDENT EMERITA, ONE YEAR TERM

Meryl Mallery P’14 UPPER SCHOOL VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR

Sarah Gates Colley ’75 CHAIR

EX-OFFICIO, PRESIDENT, PARENTS

Margot Campbell Bogert ’60 † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55 Lisa Pagliaro Selz ’69

ASSOCIATION

CO-CHAIRS

Abigail Trafford ’57 Carol Watson ’90 Abra Prentice Wilkin ’60 William Wrigley, Jr. P’14

Aileen Turnbull Geddes ’56 C. Hugh Hildesley P’85 Lucy Rosenberry Jones ’59, P’80 James W. Kinnear P’69, ’71 Alice Kerr Moorhead ’61 Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64 Lorna Sargeant Pfaelzer ’56 Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Elizabeth Rauch Rainoff ’53 Margot Treman Rose ’80 Donya Nagib Sabet ’90 Abra Prentice Wilkin ’60 Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80

Constance Lavino Bell ’48, P’72, ’75 Roberta Gerstell Bennett ’53 Ann Watson Bresnahan ’69 Thomas C. Brokaw C. Austin Buck P’79 Claudia Ramsland Burch ’68 Holly Legler Cortes ’91 Amey Amory DeFriez ’45, P’67, ’69

UPPER SCHOOL MEMBER-AT-LARGE

Kristen Arnold P’15 CHAIR, ALL SCHOOL COMMITTEE

Tracey Backman P’16, ’18 CHAIR, MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTIVITY COMMITTEE

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LEADERSHIP GIVING CIRCLE SOLICITORS Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 CHAIR, LEADERSHIP GIVING

Tracey & Bruce Backman P’16, ’18 PARENT CHAIRS, ANNUAL FUND

Eda & James Bell P’12 CHAIRS, SENIOR PARENT FUND

Marcia & John Hincks GP’13, ’15

CLASS AGENTS Margaret Auger Kennerly ’45 Janice Tompkins Spurr ’45 Eugenie Lamb Fauver ’48, P’78 Marie Connors Roberts ’49, P’84 Sally Mason Ellison ’55 Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Elena Miller Shoch ’59 Pamela Shields Smith ’66 Barbara McPherson Sanders ’68 Cristina Orsi Lirot ’74 Stephanie Bothwell-Grillo ’90 Karen Quiros Holder ’90 Gabriela Porta Beecher ’91 Glenna McMahon ’93 Lisa Metzke ’93 Kirsten Eckelmeyer ’94 Jessica Bartolini-Buggeln ’95 Jackie Harris Mercurio ’98 Sarah M. Heinemann ’00 Samara M. Khalique ’00 Windy Black Jansen ’03 Catherine Seif ’05 Alle S. Colen ’06 Reema Dedania ’06 Caitlin W. Lashnits ’06 Alicia M. Ramharack ’08

Katherine Murphy Ingle ’69 Cate Lord ’69, P’96 Gail Chandler Gaston ’70 Jean Hamilton ’71 Joanna Betts Virkler ’72 Vanessa Guerrini-Maraldi Wilcox ’74 Doris Pendleton McClain ’75 Lisa Weber Greenberg ’76 Michelle Turner ’77 Karen Polcer Bdera ’79 Deana Washburn ’80 Veronica Leger ’81 Eve Agush Costarelli ’82 Elizabeth Potter Giddings ’85, P’13 Micaela Porta ’86 Lori Stewart ’87 Melissa Jackson Loree ’88 Fiona Cox ’89 Katherine Graetzer ’90 Gabriela Porta Beecher ’91 Toan Huynh ’93 Alexandra Flood Alcoff ’94 Nicole Lewenson Shargel ’95 Alexandra Townson ’95 Drusilla Carter ’96 Alicia Kelly Benedetto ’97

CHAIRS, GRANDPARENT FUND

Beverly Vander Poel Banker ’60, P’82 Roberta Gerstell Bennett ’53 Nancie Magee Bourne ’53, P’77, ’82 Sarah Gates Colley ’75 Sara Jane Auchincloss Gordon ’50 Frieda Jacobs ’71 † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55 Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Amanda Pitman ’90 Marie Connors Roberts ’49, P’84 Margot Treman Rose ’80 Donya Nagib Sabet ’90 Emma Simon ’89 Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80

FACULTY AND STAFF SOLICITORS John Monagan Cheri Parr Julia Sheldon

CLASS CORRESPONDENTS Elizabeth Carpenter Davis ’41, GP’80 † Elizabeth Vernlund Goodwin ’41 Sylvia Breed Gates ’42 Caroline Berry Laporte ’43 Martha Darling Bell ’45 Susan Kleinhans Gilbertson ’53 Betty Richards Tripp ’54 Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Adrianne Massie Hill ’56 Sandra Lipson Ryon ’57 Barbara Welles Bartlett ’58 Elisabeth Bartlett Sturges ’58 Lynn Sheppard Manger ’59 Phyllis Richard Fritts ’60 Leslie Kelly Cutler ’61 Robin Frost Bessin ’63 Cynthia Higgins Roby ’64 Stephanie Burns ’66 Caroline Adams Muller ’67 Kimberley Smith Niles ’68

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FORMER TRUSTEES Former members of the Board of Trustees who continue to be ambassadors for the School and its future. Alexandra Badger Airth ’83 Abdulatif Y. Al-Hamad P’02 L. Thomas Applegate P’95 Julia Whitfield Auerbach ’82 David H. Badger P’83 Betsy Ballenger ’71 Beverly Vander Poel Banker ’60, P’82 Lawrence E. Bathgate II P’90 Henry P. Becton P’69, ’70 Constance Lavino Bell ’48, P’72, ’75, GP’12 Stuart M. Bell, CFP Roberta Gerstell Bennett ’53

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W. Carroll Coyne P’82, ’86 Gizella Callender Crawford ’81 Philip J. Crowe, Jr. P’97, GP’13 Barbara O. David P’92 John B. Davies P’96, ’00 Lorinda Payson de Roulet ’47, P’70 Amey Amory DeFriez ’45, P’67, ’69 Ashley Bourne Dewey ’82 Ruth Z. Dougher P’89 S. Hallock du Pont, Jr. Margaret Field ’60 Susan Hewitt Fischer ’66 Alfred J. Fisher III P’92 Thomas R. Flagg P’85, ’87 Patrick J. Flynn P’05 Susan S. Ford ’63 Dr. Stuart Forman P’02 John R. French P’83, ’87 David M. Gaffney P’90 Robert M. Gardiner P’67, ’74 Gail Chandler Gaston ’70

Suzanne Chapin Berl ’64 Anne Winton Black P’03 Mercedes Mestre Bonachea ’65 Nancie Magee Bourne ’53, P’77, ’82 Ann Watson Bresnahan ’69 Kathleen J. Brigham P’82, 85 Lorraine Smith Brooks ’75 Wendy Buck Brown ’79 Naomi I. Bryant P’96 C. Austin Buck P’79 Claudia Ramsland Burch ’68 Joseph J. Carideo P’93 Carroll Morgan Carpenter ’59, P’68 Janet Carroll ’72 David Castellani P’09 Paulette Castillo ’73 Page Chapman P’81 G. Munroe Cobey P’01, ’03 Jeffrey W. Cook P’73, ’75 Ann Stone Costello ’68 Marian Cox-Chapman ’69

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The Development Office is always interested in knowing how we can best serve the alumnae, parents and friends of The Ethel Walker School. To help us keep our records up-to-date, please contact the Office with address or email changes so that you continue to receive news about the School. If you have questions about making a donation, please contact any of the staff listed below. Pamela Churchill, DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT 860.408.4256 • pchurchill@ethelwalker.org Sandra Baker, DIRECTOR OF ADVANCEMENT SERVICES 860.408.4257 • sbaker@ethelwalker.org Eleanor Barnes, DIRECTOR OF ALUMNAE RELATIONS 860.408.4254 • ebarnes@ethelwalker.org Jane Bradford, DIRECTOR OF GIFT PLANNING 860.408.4260 • jbradford@ethelwalker.org Paula Brink, CAMPAIGN MANAGER & ASSISTANT TO THE DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT

860.408.4252 • pbrink@ethelwalker.org Nan Flanagan ’93, DIRECTOR OF MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS 860.408.4391 • nflanagan@ethelwalker.org Allison Grebe, DIRECTOR OF THE ANNUAL FUND 860.408.4259 • agrebe@ethelwalker.org Diane Puckhaber P’07 Elizabeth Rauch Rainoff ’53 Shannon Young Ray ’80 Sarah Johnson Redlich ’78, P’10 Sue M. Reid P’09 Catherine S. Roberts P’96 Marie Connors Roberts ’49, P’84 Margot Treman Rose ’80 Pamela Safford ’81 Jean Tilt Sammis ’57 Susan J. Sappington P’06 Marcia A. Savage P’85 Nicholas Schaus P’79 Mary Bebel Schinke ’81 Patricia Kennedy Scott ’44, P’69, ’72 Deborah Flagg Scott ’48, P’74 Staley Cayce Sednaoui ’76 Glenn A. Sieber P’09

Genie Lomba, DATABASE MANAGER 860.408.4251 • glomba@ethelwalker.org

Emma Simon ’89 DeBorah Bryant Sonnenschein ’73 Deborah Bell Spoehel ’75 Elizabeth Austell Straight ’68 Ruth Streeter ’72 Richard P. Sullivan P’83, ’84 Susan Knapp Thomas ’80 † James Thornton P’77, ’79 Edith Timken P’89 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Cynthia T. Vega ’82 Victoria Veh ’76 Arthur E. Wegner P’81, ’82 Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80 Marilyn Hodges Wilmerding ’60 Vanessa Wilson ’76 Katharine Winship ’73

Heidi McCann, DIRECTOR OF CENTENNIAL REUNION GIVING 860.408.4250 • hmccann@ethelwalker.org Cheri Parr, DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE 860.408.4237 • cparr@ethelwalker.org Katie Irish Pond, DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANT 860.408.4253 • kpond@ethelwalker.org Erin Ross-Moses, DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL OUTREACH AND SUMMER PROGRAMS

860.408.4370 • erossmoses@ethelwalker.org Diane Thomas, DIRECTOR OF PARENT PROGRAMS 860.408.4255 • dthomas@ethelwalker.org

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Leadership Giving Societies The Leadership Giving Societies represent our most generous donors. Their significant Walker’s Fund for Annual Giving, Capital and Endowment gifts make the current programs and future plans a reality, for which we are most grateful.

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY ($25,000

AND ABOVE)

In honor of the School symbol Anonymous (3) Richard Amerling P’15 & Susan Weber Ann Fay Barry P’14 Constance Lavino Bell ’48, P’72, ’75, GP’12 Margot Campbell Bogert ’60 Ann Watson Bresnahan ’69 Margaretta Bredin Brokaw ’66 & Thomas Brokaw Elizabeth Sivage Clark ’67, P’04 James Clark P’13 Susan Townsley & Gregory Davis P’13 Harriet Blees Dewey ’60, P’86 Elise Rosenberry Donohue ’55 Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Edward E. Ford Foundation Audrey Fentress Gorter ’50, P’77 Pam Kohlberg & Curt Greer P’10 Kate Crichton Gubelmann ’67 Jane du Pont Kidd ’57 Suzanne Fairchild Kovner ’86 Shari & Spencer Lampert ’14 David O. MacKenzie † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55 Cythlen Cunningham Maddock ’63 Jacqueline Mars P’83

Virginia McCurdy GP’08, ’10 Samuel P. Peabody Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Ethel Worthington Riley ’35 Samantha Ruttura Lisa Pagliaro Selz ’69 Ethel Walker Charitable & Educational Foundation Abra Prentice Wilkin ’60 Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80 Heather & William Wrigley, Jr. P’14

Nancy & William Macke P’13 Lynn Sheppard Manger ’59 Sophie & Armour N. Mellon P’15 Alice Kerr Moorhead ’61 Kathryn McCarthy Parsons ’75 Rebecca Reno & Edward Peavy P’15 † Barbara McClurg Potter ’41, P’75 Philip Potter, Jr. P’85 Leidy Paine Samson ’63 Julia Darling Spahr ’61 Tania Whitman Stepanian ’60 Abigail Trafford ’57 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY ($10,000

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In honor of the School’s motto, “Nullas Horas Nisi Aureas”

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY ($5,000 TO $9,999)

Alexandra Badger Airth ’83 Lynn Allegaert ’64 Phoebe Haffner Andrew ’56 Marguerite Doubleday Buck ’55, P’79 Rebecca & G. Munroe Cobey P’01, ’03 Kerridan & Michael Crowe P’13 The Ensign-Bickford Foundation, Inc. Tania Goss Evans ’55 Lucy Rosenberry Jones ’59, P’80 Cynthia Kirkland Kellogg ’60 The Luzerne Foundation

In honor of the School’s founder, Ethel Walker Smith Anonymous (2) Roberta Gerstell Bennett ’53 Amy Cleveland Bowman ’81 Marguerite Doubleday Buck & C. Austin Buck P’79 Elizabeth Rockwell Cesare Elizabeth Carpenter Davis ’41, GP’80 Lorinda Payson de Roulet ’47, P’70 Michele & Steven Dyson P’13

Susan S. Ford ’63 Drs. Amy & Stuart Forman P’02 Mary Gardner Gates ’60 Aileen Turnbull Geddes ’56 Henrietta Clement Hildebrand ’65 Elsie Hilliard Hillman ’44 Frieda Jacobs ’71 Marcia & Peter Katz P’99 James W. Kinnear P’69, ’71 Valerie Klipsch Sarah Sloneker Marcum ’42 Faith & Doug Margison P’07 Eve Chilton Martirano ’79 Ruth Cummings Mead ’47 Phoebe Welsh Muzzy ’74 Katherine & Donal O’Brien P’82, ’84 Brenda & David Pelizzon P’07 Debra Salge P’15 Cynthia Mead Sargent ’56 Patricia Kennedy Scott ’44, P’69, ’72 Bessie & Tom Speers P’16 Deborah Bell Spoehel ’75 The Stanton Foundation Elizabeth Austell Straight ’68 † Ann Hemingway Symington ’36, P’69 Margaret & Randy Talbot P’12 Tina Tiedtke ’70 Adele Harman Waggaman ’37 Helen Potter Wagner ’75 Susan N. Whitlock ’62 Elizabeth Wolfe ’74

THE 1911 SOCIETY ($1,911

“Giving back to Walker’s is a way for me to pass on a unique

Anonymous Kristen & Thomas Arnold P’15 Tracey & Bruce Backman P’16, ’18 Jan & John Barr P’04 Eda & James Bell P’12 Martha Darling Bell ’45 BlumShapiro

women. Remembering The Ethel Walker School in your estate plan will ensure that Walker’s enjoys financial stability for the next 100 years.” Lynn Allegaert ’64, member, Board of Trustees

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Suzanne Sivage Borland ’64, P’91 Pamela Brewster ’74 Barbara Bristol ’67 Ariana Rockefeller Bucklin ’01 Whitney de Roulet Bullock ’70 Dorothy Scullin Cabot ’52 Lisa Smith Cashin ’71 Helen & David Castellani P’09 Margaret Clarkson Chapin ’48 Jessie Feng & Heng Che P’15 Beth & Paul Chotkowski P’08, ’10 Elizabeth Cobey ’03 Ann Stone Costello ’68 Maureen & Philip Crowe, Jr. P’97, GP’13 Sharon & John Davies P’96, ’00 Linda Mitchell Davis ’49

Judith Stoddard King ’52 The Law Forum LLC Veronica Leger ’81 Meleda Wegner Lowry ’81 Suzanne Frey Luetkemeyer ’61 Sarah-Jane McCarthy Markoe ’80 Anne Sprole Mauk ’69 Alison McCall ’72 Stella Moore McClintock ’53 Anne Cunningham McClure ’40, P’66 Gail Sheppard Moloney ’56 Lillian Irani Mueller ’77 Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Leslie Hailand Newman ’66 Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64 Laura & Joseph Patrina, Jr. P’11, ’13 Jeanette Poillon ’75 Helen He & Xiaojun Qi P’14 Brooke Gaffney Redmond ’90 Alita Weaver Reed ’60 Jennifer & Stephen Reynolds P’13, ’15 The Richard Foundation Katharine O’Brien Rohn ’82 Jean Tilt Sammis ’57 Mary Bebel Schinke ’81 Elisabeth Dobbin Sherwood ’57 Jane Bassett Spilman P’76 Elizabeth Sudler ’77 Na Wang & Zheng Sun P’15 Christine Nichols Tredway ’46 Gernine & Todd Tuckner P’14 Mary Holley Uihlein ’40 Jeanette Hunt Van Nice ’62 Florence Forgan Wheeler ’42 Ying Li & Wendong Xu P’15 Zhihong Zhong & Wanping Zhang P’13

Amey Amory DeFriez ’45, P’67, ’69 Sarah House Denby ’72 Clive L. DuVal III P’09 Frances Beinecke Elston ’67 Mary Lotuff Feeny ’83 Margaretta Foulk Elizabeth & Gardiner P’67, ’74 Kerri & Josh Glass P’14 Ann & Philip Glover P’14 Michele du Pont Goss ’59 Lillian Studebaker Hardy ’42 Faith Hall Harvie ’41 Helen Resor Hauge ’37 Constance & C. Hugh Hildesley P’85 Alfred G. Jackson P’99 Barbara Thomas Kennedy ’69 Carroll Keeley King ’40

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To commemorate the original Cluett Dormitory given in memory of Emily Cluett ’19 by her family Jennifer Alter Abt ’89 Frances Beatty Adler ’66 Karen Bisgard Alexander ’54 Margaret Nichols Allport ’41 Margaret & Ian T. Ball P’05

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Leadership Giving Societies Diana Waud Kruglick ’53 Edith Read Lamb ’50, GP’12 Kathryn Spector Lasater ’87 Anne Wakefield Leck ’62 Nancy Kitchell Lickle ’53 Renee & William C. Lickle P’70, ’78, ’79 Dorothy Hirsch Loebl ’45 Jan Mactier ’68 Kimberly Mairs P’14 Leontina Marcotulli ’83 Julien L. McCall P’72 Martha Bloch McLanahan ’58 Rosemarie & Philip McLoughlin P’98 Payne Payson Middleton ’45 Lucille & M. Lane Morrison P’93 Katherine & Kenneth F. Mountcastle, Jr. P’72, ’74 Laura Mountcastle ’74 Mary Mountcastle ’72 Caroline Adams Muller ’67 Julie & William M. Obering P’96 Jane Orndahl ’71 Kelly O’Connor Pasciucco ’79 Suzanne Patterson ’53

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Shelley Wanger ’66 Linda Trimingham Warriner ’61 Cynthia & Robert C. Webster P’94 Elaine Johnson Wold ’46 Susan Foster Work ’63 Kandis Wrigley P’14 Xu Huiqian & Peiming Zheng P’17 Linda Roberts Zinn ’63

Mary-Dixon Bartlett Peers ’55 Jane B. Ramsland P’68 Betsy McNally Ravenel ’56 Melissa & Thomas Regan P’13 Catherine Reiss de Haan ’79 Mary Beth Rettger ’81 Robinson & Cole Kristin Richards Roger ’87 Margot Treman Rose ’80 Deborah & Bernard Rosselli P’98 S. Spencer Scott Fund, Inc. Schwab Charitable Fund Staley Cayce Sednaoui ’76 Seven “C” Foundation Barbara Straw Shaul ’43, GP’83, ’87 George G. Shaw Lucinda Atkins Sheffield ’82 Mary Laird Silvia ’56 Emma Simon ’89 Robin Hunziker Smith ’73 Virginia Pearson Smithers ’56, P’81 Nancy Hathaway Steenburg ’68 J. Randall Furlong Street ’57 Robert E. Thomas P’69 Updike, Kelly & Spellacy, P.C. Cynthia & John Vaccaro P’12

THE PEPPER POT SOCIETY ($250

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To recognize young alumnae, up to and including their 10th Reunion, who contributed to the Walker’s Fund for Annual Giving Emily Forman ’02 Carter E. Margison ’07 Brittany Coons Noble ’02 Virginia Russell ’02 Won-Jin Son ’11 Charlotte Weidlein ’05

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Parents and Grandparents Each year the parents of students, parents of alumnae and grandparents of students and alumnae show their support of The Ethel Walker School through generous gifts. Their appreciation of the School affirms our mission and ensures the continuation of the excellence of a Walker’s education.

PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS OF SENIORS

CURRENT PARENTS

CO-CHAIRS

CO-CHAIRS

Eda and Jeb Bell

Tracey and Bruce Backman P’16, ’18

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Constance Lavino Bell ’48, P’72, ’75

Richard Amerling P’15 & Susan Weber Ann Fay Barry P’14 James Clark P’13 Susan Townsley & Gregory Davis P’13 Shari & Spencer Lampert P’14 Heather & William Wrigley, Jr. P’14

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Margaret & Randy Talbot THE 1911 SOCIETY

Eda & James Bell

Melissa & Thomas Regan P’13 Kandis Wrigley P’14 Xu Huiqian & Peiming Zheng P’17

(Parents of students in grades 6-11)

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Crystal & Jeffrey Begleiter P’14 Katherine & Chris Codeanne P’17 Kelly Finn Mazo ’83, P’14 Beatriz Serramo & Jose Hernandez-Sampelayo P’13 Genie & John Lomba P’13, ’16, ’18 Sung Whan Mo & Mi Kyoung Lee P’14 Grace & Jeffrey Niland P’15

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Edith Read Lamb ’50 DOGSWOOD CLUB

Brenda & Charles Grimes Daniel Mainolfi Michelle & Jeffrey Siegel BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Diane & Jeffrey Bilgore Julie & Jeremy Greshin

BEAVER BROOK CLUB THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

David Beed P’13 Rene Daguerre-Bradford & Boyd Bradford P’13 Faye & Christophe Galopin P’15 Bethany Wood-Leidt & William Leidt P’13 Ellen & Miguel Martin P’15 Loida & Ian Nicholson P’14, ’16 Patricia & Omid Nodoushani P’16 Konstantia Papapateras P’15 Leslie & Steven Silverman P’15 Laura & George C. Springer P’13 Rachel & Richard Tressy P’14 Caroline Wheaton P’14 Cheryl & Seth Wheeler P’14

Kerridan & Michael Crowe P’13 Nancy & William Macke P’13 Sophie & Armour Mellon P’15 Rebecca Reno & Edward Peavy P’15 THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Michele & Steven Dyson P’13 Debra Salge P’15 Bessie & Tom Speers P’16

SUPPORTERS

Kathleen Battiston Maryann & Pat Boord Hattierene & Frasier W. Brickhouse Sophia & Mark Clarke Traci & Ronald Fasano Saundra Kee Borges Debra & Steve Lazrove Krissy McMahon Laura & Michael Meheran Kelli & Michael Odenwaelder Paula & Stephen Place Barbara A. Sazani Gail & James Shelton Geraldine & Jay Silver Joanne & Thomas Thacher Paula & C. Robert Wray

THE 1911 SOCIETY

Kristen & Thomas Arnold P’15 Tracey & Bruce Backman P’16, ’18 Jessie Feng & Heng Che P’15 Kerri & Josh Glass P’14 Ann & Philip Glover P’14 Laura & Joseph Patrina, Jr. P’11, ’13 Helen He & Xiaojun Qi P’14 Jennifer & Stephen Reynolds P’13, ’15 Na Wang & Zheng Sun P’15 Gernine & Todd Tuckner P’14 Ying Li & Wendong Xu P’15 Zhihong Zhong & Wanping Zhang P’13

SUPPORTERS

Nancy & J. Brooke Aker P’14 Renee H. Alexander P’13 Wendy & Timothy Allerton P’16 Nichelle Sutton-Anderson & Terrance Anderson P’14 Jill & Lance Barden P’14 Allison Barringer P’13 Clarissa & Alan Basch P’15 Carla Beard P’16 Roseann & Alan Calandro P’14 Diane & Roger Cantello P’14 Lynn Phillips & Chinedu Chukwura P’17 Leonard Clark P’15 Sophia & Mark Clarke P’12, ’17 Caroline & Robert Clement P’13

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Cecilia & Alain Cuissart de Grelle P’15 Debra & Michael Gordon P’14 Lee-Ann & Mitchell Harris P’13 Kimberly Mairs P’14

Patricia McCurdy-Crescimanno & Terry Crescimanno P’08, ’13 Natalia & Carlos Cruz P’14 Ayesha Dewan P’17 Traci & Ronald Fasano P’12, ’13 Charlotte & Stephen Flanagan P’14 Shari & Michael Galvin P’14 Rebekah & Matthew Gardiner P’14 Lorna & Peter Gawlik P’15 Rose Anne Gonzalez P’13 Myriam Maccrohon & Juan Granzow de la Cerda P’14 Walter Harris P’14 Julie & Paul Hegwood, Jr. P’15 Lisa & David Hughes, Jr. P’11, ’14 Hye Jeon & Seong Jo P’15 Donna & Keith C. Jones P’10, ’13 Hayley & Kevin S. Kelley P’16 Mary & Walter Kernan P’14 Shakila & Malik Khan P’15 Lynne & Kevin Kirby P’08, ’13 Valerie & John Lochner P’15 Candida & Arthur Lowry P’14 Rosa & Azhar Makhdoomi P’13 Meryl & Carl Mallery, Jr. P’14 Sheila & Calvin Manley P’15 Pamela & Michael Matzinger P’15 Inga & Wesley Melick P’18 Amy & James Melvin P’14 Victoria Monocchi P’16 Soukeynatou Niass P’15 John F. O’Brien P’13 Hilary Waldman & Joseph O’Brien P’13 Patricia Olesh P’15 David Palmer P’15 Marion & Guy Paterson P’17 Sallie & Michael Pellon P’11, ’14 Nerina Perea P’14 Joan & Bob Petrilli P’13 Christine & James Pettit P’10, ’17 Jayne & Timothy Phair P’18 Christine & Michael Piantadosi P’14 Ethel & Marcus Pitter P’15 Dianne & Matthew Reale P’18 Kristen & Dennis Richardson P’14, ’15

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Susan & David Riggles P’18 Kimberly Williams-Rivera & Hector Rivera P’13 Janet Roach P’18 Carol & Martin Ross P’18 Caren & W. Gordon Ross P’15 Michelle & Thomas Sawyer P’13 Allison & Gerald Schulman P’17 Steven Shubat P’15 Phyllis & Frank Smith P’13 Patricia & Michael T. Symes P’13 Kathryn & Ross Tourigny P’15 Katrina & Elvin Turner P’14 Susan Vanaria P’14 Betsy & Kenneth Volg P’14 Phyllis Watts P’17 Deborah & Charles Wimberley P’16 Terry Yanaway & Dana Yanaway P’14 Beth & Louis Zafonte P’15 Kirsten Fuchs & Lawrence Zeidner P’17

PARENTS

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Marcia & Peter Katz James W. Kinnear P’69, ’71 Faith & Doug Margison P’07 Katherine & Donal O’Brien P’82, ’84 Brenda & David Pelizzon P’07 Patricia Kennedy Scott ’44, P’69, ’72 † Ann Hemingway Symington ’36, P’69

Jan & John Barr P’04 Suzanne Sivage Borland ’64, P’91 Helen & David Castellani P’09 Beth & Paul Chotkowski P’08, ’10 Maureen & Philip Crowe, Jr. P’97 Sharon & John Davies P’96, ’00 Amey Amory DeFriez ’45, P’67, ’69 Clive L. DuVal III P’09 Elizabeth & Robert Gardiner P’67, ’74 Constance & C. Hugh Hildesley P’85 Alfred G. Jackson P’99 Anne Cunningham McClure ’40, P’66 Jane Bassett Spilman P’76 THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Constance Lavino Bell ’48, P’72, ’75, GP’12 Elizabeth Sivage Clark ’67, P’04 Harriet Blees Dewey ’60, P’86 Audrey Fentress Gorter ’50, P’77 Pam Kohlberg & Curt Greer P’10 Jacqueline Mars P’83 Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80

Margaret & Ian T. Ball P’05 Beverly Vander Poel Banker ’60, P’82 Wael O. Bayazid P’03 Nancie Magee Bourne ’53, P’77, ’82 Kevin J. Bradley P’85 Nina & Matthew Carley P’09 Frances Barber Dorrance ’42, P’69, ’71, ’74 Susan & John Eley P’11 Barbara Nash & Patrick Flynn P’05 Christine & John S. Gates P’73, ’75 Renee & William Lickle P’70, ’78, ’79 Julien L. McCall P’72 Rosemarie & Philip McLoughlin P’98 Lucille & M. Lane Morrison P’93 Katherine & Kenneth Mountcastle, Jr. P’72, ’74 Julie & William M. Obering P’96 Jane B. Ramsland P’68 Deborah & Bernard Rosselli P’98 Virginia Pearson Smithers ’56, P’81 Robert E. Thomas P’69 Cynthia & John Vaccaro P’12 Cynthia & Robert C. Webster P’94

Marguerite Doubleday Buck ’55, P’79 Rebecca & G. Munroe Cobey P’01, ’03 Lucy Rosenberry Jones ’59, P’80 † Barbara McClurg Potter ’41, P’75 Philip C. Potter, Jr. P’85 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Anonymous C. Austin Buck P’79 Lorinda Payson de Roulet ’47, P’70 Drs. Amy & Stuart Forman P’02

Stephanie & R. Larry Acorn P’04 Marie & Jeffrey Baker P’11 Corlene Hobbs Cathcart ’44, P’82 Barbara O. David P’92 Mollie Stark Eckelberry ’48, P’82 Judith & Thomas Iovino P’99 Margot Balch Jacobs ’47, P’71 Virginia Rice Kelsey ’52, P’77 Mary Burchfield Pivirotto ’51, P’88 Marie Connors Roberts ’49, P’84 Sidney Russell P’02 Susan & Joseph B. Sappington P’06 Muriel Makharine-Toppazzini & Hugh Toppazzini P’11

THE 1911 SOCIETY

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

DOGSWOOD CLUB

BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Diane L. Vigneau & John Britt P’06 Eugenie Lamb Fauver ’48, P’78 Jane Preston Fitzgerald ’49, P’75 Terry & Thomas R. Flagg P’85, ’87 Mary Doyle Foster ’47, P’68 Mary Mathes Jackson ’36, P’63 Lilia & Steven Kieltyka P’10 Jane & Ray Paquet P’01 Elizabeth & Theodore S. Peyton P’81 Constance Neher Purcell ’53, P’80 Cindy & Thomas L. Tran P’07 SUPPORTERS

Sadia & Arjumund Abid P’03 Patricia & Thomas Anathan P’92 Diana Wanger Anderson ’47, P’72 Frank S. Berall P’79 Marion & John C. Bierwirth P’69, P’74 Anne & Rodman R. Black, Jr. P’03 Estelle & Alan C. Bogdonoff P’06 Mary & John Bosch P’03 Angela & Gerald Bothwell P’90 Kathleen & Donald Brigham P’82, P’85 Elizabeth A. Brucker P’95 Carol-Ann Bruen P’03 Judith & Alan M. Bush P’86 Ellyn & Darrell Carrington P’02 Loise Baldwin Chapin ’45, P’73, ’79, ’82 Paula Chu & Laura Danforth P’05 Ursula & Everett E. Clark P’80, ’84 Patricia Leblond Clasgens ’44, P’70 Leeland J. Cole-Chu P’00 Clive K. Connor P’05

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Marie & Henry R. Coons P’02 Annie L. Cotten P’78 Barbara Orvis de Zalduondo ’37, P’67, ’71 Cynthia Bailey-Dempsey & Kevin Dempsey P’03 Penny & Anthony E. Dombrow P’05 Trudi & Christopher Edwards P’11 Gwendolyn Couch & Ned W. Edwards P’07, ’10 Jan & Peter Eschauzier P’94 Maureen Fiedler P’95, ’98 Carol Clark-Flanagan & Thomas M. Flanagan P’93, ’97 Evelyn & Christopher Getman P’86 Morton L. Goldstein P’88 Barbara McIntire Gorham ’39, P’61, ’67 Swan McLean Grant ’39, P’71 Antoinette Sickles GuerriniMaraldi ’49, P’74 Michele C. Harris P’08 Patti J. Harris P’05 Laura & George Hicks P’10 Diane & Herbert Hoffman P’75, ’76 Priscilla S. Jackson P’02 Susan Lins Jackson ’66, P’93 Anita & Robert Kersten P’11 Adriana & Raymond La Raja P’85 Janice & John Lashnits P’04, ’06 Kathleen Blair Leisure ’50, P’80 Dr. Michael H. Leonard P’93 Catherine McIntire Leslie ’37, P’62, ’66 Josephine & Saverio Ligato P’11 Margaret Plunkett Lord ’47, P’69, ’71, GP’96 Laurie J. MacAlpine P’08 Millicent Fox Mailliard ’46, P’76 Deborah & Geoffrey McConnell P’98 Joyce McIntyre P’92 Sophia Green-McKenzie & Devon McKenzie P’06, ’09 Mary Mead P’72 Rebecca & Terrence M. Milka P’08 Anne Buffinton O’Brien ’46, P’73 Louise & Daniel O’Connell P’99 Deborah J. Allegue P’01 Teresa & William Palmer, Jr. P’77, ’78 Virginia B. Pitman P’90 Angela & Anibal Porta P’86, ’91 Beverly & Richard G. Prager P’04, ’07

Jeanne Ballentine Riegel ’53, P’83 Caroline Peters Rockwood ’38, P’63 Preetmatie & Mark Rosidivito P’03 Selena & Allen Rossiter P’96 Deborah Safford P’81, ’84 Sally & Henry Schreier, Jr. P’81 Barbara & Glenn Sieber P’09 Vicky Singer P’93, ’96 Elizabeth Hubbard Stott ’37, P’66, ’70 Diane Newton Sumner ’41, P’70 Gretchen & Richard E. Swibold P’78 Patricia & Jay Tourigny P’09 † Beverly Sartorius Vander Poel ’37, P’60, ’65, ’68, GP’82 Wanda & Robert Veh P’76 Noble Welch P’87 Suzanne Holmes Welch ’55, P’87 Virginia & Richard A. West P’87 Barbara & Joseph Wittmann, Jr. P’85 Capt. Richard T. Wright, USN (Ret) P’86 Nancy Cooper Young-Williams ’48, P’70 Ann & Norman J. Zeig P’83

GRANDPARENTS AND ALUMNAE

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Marcia and John Hincks (Abby Reynolds ’13, Lila Reynolds ’15)

Barbara Straw Shaul ’43 (Hillary Edelman ’83, Ashley N. French ’87)

Salvatore L. Crescimanno (Kate S. Crescimanno ’08, Amy R. Crescimanno ’13) Carole & Richard Eisner (Samantha E. Eley ’11) Edward Glofka (Haley A. Glofka ’14) Ann & Walter Hinchman (Emma Gwyn ’15) Robert Hunter (Talia Basch ’15) Dolores & Joseph Lanosa (Madison Morsch ’13) Margaret Plunkett Lord ’47, P’69, ’71 (Abigail L. Brown ’96) Mary & Spencer Montgomery, Jr. (Cassia Montgomery ’96) Sandra & William Parsons (Louisa M. Gillett ’18)

DOGSWOOD CLUB THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Virginia McCurdy (Sarah E. Chotkowski ’08, Laura A. Chotkowski ’10) THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Elizabeth Carpenter Davis ’41 (Emily Davis Knight ’80) THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Merilee & Rance Crain (Ramsay Hanson ’10, Emery Hanson ’13) Charlotte Goodwin (Charlotte Gardiner ’14)

Ruth & P. McEvoy Cromwell (Eleanor Speers ’16) Marcia & John Hincks (Abigail Reynolds ’13, Lillian Reynolds ’15) BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Maria & Chrys Papapateras (Eleana J. Paravantsos ’15) SUPPORTERS

Jean Brune (Idabelle Paterson ’17) Janet & Stanley Cohen P’93 (Georgia Paul ’16)

Nerina B. Perea (Alissa Lopez ’14) Angeline & Michael Rizzo (Haley A. Glofka ’14) Susan Speers (Nellie Speers ’16) † Beverly Sartorius Vander Poel ’37, P’60, ’65, ’68 (Billings Day Cay ’82) Pamela & Buck Wilson (Allison L. Harris ’13)

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Foundations, Matching Gift Corporations and Endowment/Capital Gifts FOUNDATIONS THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Anonymous James E. & Constance L. Bell Foundation Elise R. Donohue Charitable Trust Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Edward E. Ford Foundation Gorter Family Foundation Jacqueline Badger Mars 2009 Charitable Lead Trust McCurdy Family Charitable Trust The Abra Prentice Foundation, Inc. The San Francisco Foundation The Selz Foundation, Inc. Ethel Walker Charitable & Educational Foundation The Woodland Foundation THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

McCarthy Bjorklund Foundation Cobey Family Fund of the Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Crowe Family Foundation Darling Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation Thomas M. Evans, Jr. Foundation Lucy Rosenberry Jones Charitable Trust The Macke Foundation of the Ayco Charitable Foundation

William and Alice Mortensen Foundation Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

The Bay Branch Foundation Lois J. Hughes & Aime O. Fraser Charitable Gift Fund Mary W. Harriman Foundation The Kirk & Megan Kellogg Foundation Patterson Family Charitable Foundation The Pennyghael Foundation, Inc. Betsy McNally Ravenel Charitable Foundation Rencourt Foundation, Inc. Rogow Greenberg Foundation, Inc. Schwab Charitable Fund S. Spencer Scott Fund, Inc. Seven "C" Foundation Sheffield Foundation The Symonds Foundation Taku Fund of Triangle Community Foundation

THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

The Elsie H. Hillman Foundation The Joseph L. & Sarah S. Marcum Foundation McCrea Foundation The Nelson Mead Fund The Stanton Foundation United Way of Central & Northeastern Connecticut The Wolfe Family Charitable Foundation THE 1911 SOCIETY

Anonymous CDM Foundation The Miller S. & Adelaide S. Gaffney Foundation Goldstone Family Foundation The Irani Family Foundation The Knapp Fund The Julien L. McCall Foundation The New York Community Trust Patrina Family Foundation The Richard Foundation Robert H. & Jane Bassett Spilman Foundation The Van Nice Foundation

DOGSWOOD CLUB

Baltimore Community Foundation Jonathan C. S. Cox Family Foundation Pam & Don Goss Fund The Gordon F. Linke & Jocelyn B. Linke Foundation Richard R. & Mary B. Pivirotto Foundation Rauch Rainoff Foundation James W. Thornton Family Foundation WestWind Foundation BEAVER BROOK CLUB

The Clark Family Private Foundation, Inc. Flagg Foundation, Inc. Thomas M. & Esther C. Flanagan Charitable Trust The H.T. Mead Foundation The Carl & Toby Sloane Family Foundation SUPPORTERS

Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation, Inc. Nushka Fund Pasadena Community Foundation The Queenan Foundation

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Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

The Ensign-Bickford Foundation, Inc. The GE Foundation The Luzerne Foundation THE 1911 SOCIETY

BlumShapiro THE CLUETT SOCIETY

F3 Technology Partners, LLC Mills Bee Lane Memorial Foundation Robinson & Cole Updike, Kelly & Spellacy, P.C. DOGSWOOD CLUB

EdTechTeacher IGXGlobal InfoShred Schoolyard Inc. Travelers Insurance Co. BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Amica Companies Foundation Atrion Networking Corporation John Johnson Art Direction & Design Saint Joseph College United Technologies SUPPORTERS

Analog Devices, Inc. Cleveland H. Dodge Foundation, Inc. Gallery on the Green The Harwinton Florist LLC Macy & Co. Inc. Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company Raimie H. Weber LLC Reebok U. S. Energy Development Corporation Wellington Management Company, LLP

ENDOWMENT AND CAPITAL GIFTS THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

Anonymous (2) Constance Lavino Bell ’48, P’72, ’75, GP’12 Margot Campbell Bogert ’60 Harriet Blees Dewey ’60, P’86 Edward E. Ford Foundation Pam Kohlberg & Curt Greer P’10 Kate Crichton Gubelmann ’67 Jane du Pont Kidd ’57 Cythlen Cunningham Maddock ’63 † Ethel Worthington Riley ’35 Lisa Pagliaro Selz ’69 THE HORAS AUREAS SOCIETY

Elizabeth Sivage Clark ’67, P’04 The Ensign-Bickford Foundation, Inc. Audrey Fentress Gorter ’50, P’77 Lynn Sheppard Manger ’59 Kathryn McCarthy Parsons ’75 † Barbara McClurg Potter ’41, P’75 Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Susan S. Ford ’63 Valerie Klipsch McCurdy Family Charitable Trust Abigail Trafford ’57 Adele Harman Waggaman ’37 Helen Potter Wagner ’75 Elizabeth Wolfe ’74 THE 1911 SOCIETY

BlumShapiro Helen & David Castellani P’09 Elizabeth Rockwell Cesare Beth & Paul Chotkowski P’08, ’10 Tania Goss Evans ’55 The Miller S. & Adelaide S. Gaffney Foundation The Law Forum LLC Jacqueline Mars P’83 Virginia McCurdy GP’08, ’10 Brooke Gaffney Redmond ’90 Bessie & Tom Speers P’16

THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Marguerite Doubleday Buck ’55, P’79 E. Kay Cowan Joan Ferguson Ellis ’47 F3 Technology Partners, LLC Ashley Fisher ’92 Lee-Ann & Mitchell Harris P’13 † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55 Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64 Robinson & Cole Staley Cayce Sednaoui ’76 Barbara Straw Shaul ’43, GP’83, ’87 George G. Shaw Mary Laird Silvia ’56 Updike, Kelly & Spellacy, P.C. Florence Forgan Wheeler ’42 Elaine Johnson Wold ’46 DOGSWOOD CLUB

Eleanor Barnes Christopher L. Brigham Jill Cooper Sarah House Denby ’72 Elise Rosenberry Donohue ’55 EdTechTeacher Pamela Kelley Hull ’46 IGXGlobal Virginia Rice Kelsey ’52, P’77 James W. Kinnear P’69, ’71 Charlotte McKim ’69 Katherine & Kenneth Mountcastle, Jr. P’72, ’74 Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Elaine Schmid Petersen ’62 Schoolyard Inc. Sheffield Foundation Lucinda Atkins Sheffield ’82 Roberta Spear Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80 BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Atrion Networking Corporation Amanda Pitman ’90 Patricia Pruett Saint Joseph College SUPPORTERS

Joan Garver Anderson ’57 Allison Barringer P’13

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Elizabeth Russell Broda ’55 Jenny Stewart Chandler ’55 Barbara O. David P’92 Frances Andrews Dillingham ’33 Dorothy Ann Egan Sally Mason Ellison ’55 Tanis Higgins Erdmann ’55 Sarah Schutt Harrison ’55 Elise Truebner Henning ’61 Mary Alexander Kerney ’55 Emily Davis Knight ’80 Mary Stout Lawrence ’59 Valerie Stoddard Loring ’55 Bettina O’Neil Lyons ’55 Alison McCall ’72 Angela Hart Morris Glenna Holleran Ottley ’55

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We extend a special thank you to the faculty, staff and friends of The Ethel Walker School for their generous support.

FACULTY

STAFF

Wendy Allerton P’16 Sandra Kaye Baker Clarissa Basch P’15 Kathleen Battiston P’12 Matthew Bavone Melissa Birge Roger Cantello P’14 Darrell Carrington P’02 Alice M. Chrystal Carol Clark-Flanagan P’93, ’97 Elizabeth A. Climie Emily B. Cole-Chu ’00 Kate Coleman-Burns Mary Beth Conley Alicia Couch-Edwards ’07 Tim Cuzzone Thomas S. Deeds Pilar del Cacho Stephen Dunn Mimi Duran Sarah Edson Grace Epstein Maureen Fiedler P’95, ’98 Nan Flanagan ’93 Andrea L. Fleming Kitty Northrop Friedman

Samantha Gadsden Michael Galvin P’14 Patricia Gorecki Allison E. Grebe John W. Groff Jill Harrington Michele C. Harris P’08 Laura Hicks P’10 Laurie S. Hine Priscilla S. Jackson P’02 Gregory R. Jandreau Deann M. Keating Siobhan M. Knight Janice Lashnits P’04, ’06 Laurie J. MacAlpine P’08 Meg S. Mahoney Alice Mann Heidi E.V. McCann Joyce McIntyre P’92 Lucy McLaughlin Elyssa Michael John Monagan Jason Nero Kristin B. Nicolle Debra Palazzolo Cheri Parr Susan J. Perillo Suzanne Piela Kenneth A. Poppe Richard G. Prager P’04, ’07 Sandra Quinlan Anthony J. Ranaldi Bryan Rathbun Hillary Rheinheimer Susan Riggles P’18 Sarah Rogers Elizabeth A. Sabaitis Michelle Sawyer P’13 Sheri Schmidt Julia Sheldon Joan E. Skelley Sue Smith Diane Thomas Cheri Soule Torpey Justin Treado Tyler Varsell The Ethel Walker School Middle School Faculty Qi Yang Rachel Yeamans

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Bessie & Tom Speers P’16 THE 1911 SOCIETY

Margaretta Foulk Stephen Reynolds P’13, ’15 THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Pamela Churchill Lee-Ann Harris P’13 DOGSWOOD CLUB

Eleanor Barnes Paula J. Brink Genie Lomba P’13, ’16, ’18 Erin Ross Moses BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Jane Rae Bradford Julie Greshin P’12 Thomas A. Schneider SUPPORTERS

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Eleanor Barnes Rene Daguerre-Bradford & Boyd Bradford P’13 Diana Deacon Margaretta Foulk Faye & Christophe Galopin P’15 Julie & Jeremy Greshin P’12 The Harwinton Florist LLC John Johnson Art Direction & Design Marcia & Peter Katz P’99 Janice & John Lashnits P’04, ’06 Nancy & William Macke P’13 Jacqueline Mars P’83 Ellen & Miguel Martin P’15 Erin Ross Moses Rebecca Reno & Edward Peavy P’15 Amanda Pitman ’90 Samantha Ruttura Emma Simon ’89 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Raimie H. Weber LLC

THE SUN DIAL SOCIETY

David O. MacKenzie Samuel P. Peabody Samantha Ruttura THE ETHEL WALKER SMITH SOCIETY

Elizabeth Rockwell Cesare Valerie Klipsch THE CLUETT SOCIETY

Christopher L. Brigham Laurie & Brian Conroy E. Kay Cowan F. Richards Ford III George G. Shaw DOGSWOOD CLUB

Timothy R. Bazemore Stuart M. Bell, CFP Jill Cooper Roberta Spear BEAVER BROOK CLUB

Sara Kellogg Goodrich Sabrina & James Morrissey Patricia Pruett Katharine H. Robinson Katharine duPont Sanger Simsbury High School Cafeteria Staff Eleanor H. Towles SUPPORTERS

Anne Cromwell Bieretz Wendy & Gordon P. Cromwell Dorothy Ann Egan Ruth Elmore Ann & Donald Hare Joan L. Karnosh Patricia & Henry Krupnikoff Angela Hart Morris Gail Ostergaard Dorothy Silverherz Emerson M. Wickwire Frederick C. Witsell, Jr.

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Allison Bradley Agee ’85

Cornelia Ford Sise ’49

Kevin J. Bradley P’85

F. Richards Ford III

Jane Buckley Smith ’42, P’68, ’70, ’74

Reuben Carter Brink

Natasha Boissevain Ford ’51

Peter & Paula Brink

F. Richards Ford III

Ann Bronson ’47

Toni and Rosi Grunschlag

Mary Birge Bonbright Hendrian ’47

Valerie Klipsch Mary Laird Silvia ’56

Arden Bondy Sperry ’48, P’80

Caroline “Cookie” Schutt Brown ’56

Frances V. Kelsey ’33

Jean A. Spurr ’45

Mary Laird Silvia ’56

Patricia Kelsey Schultz ’60

Janice Tompkins Spurr ’45

Hope Nesbit Brown ’43

Deborah Williams Mackenzie ’55

Wendy Vander Poel ’37

Diane Stinchfield Klingenstein ’43

Harriet Blees Dewey ’60, P’86 Ann & Donald Hare Pamela Kelley Hull ’46 Elizabeth Peabody Miles ’65 Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth F. Mountcastle, Jr. P’72, ’74 Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Katharine duPont Sanger Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80 Sarah Darling Wimmer ’45

Wendell Miller Steavenson ’58

Jennifer Smith ’76

Snuffy Smith Tracey Smith ’74

Alexandra E. Brucker ’95 Elizabeth A. Brucker ’95 Jessica Bartolini-Buggeln ’95 Nicole Lewenson Shargel ’95

Susan Findlay Cathey ’55 Dina Cathey Millard ’79

Eugenie Lamb Fauver ’48, P’78

Jean Butterworth Wickwire ’38 Emerson M. Wickwire

Yvonne Wightman Victoria Monocchi P’16

Carolyn Wilson Maureen Fiedler P’95, ’98 Roger & Diane Cantello P’14

Frances Robertson Chandler ’44 Gail Chandler Gaston ’70

Margaret Whipple Wright ’44

Judith Gengras McDonough P’78, ’82, ’83

Daphne Towne Witsell ’52

Elizabeth McDonough Shannon ’82

Frederick C. Witsell, Jr.

Natalie G. Mitchell

Susannah Waldo Wood

Linda Mitchell Davis ’49

Margaret Plunkett Lord ’47, P’69, ’71, GP’96

Deceased Members of the Class of 1955 Anne Addington Yvonne Schueg Arellano P’75, ’85 Susanne Rike Bowers Martha Butler Maria Cardenas Cardenas Susan Findlay Cathey P’79 Jane Brown Leidal Pamela Wallin Lieux Diana Webster Lynch Deborah Williams MacKenzie Sally Southack Muller Carol Frost Paine Jean Phelps P’81 Elizabeth Watters Ruffalo Lavinia Russell Hope Hollister Swenson P’78 Susan Schwarz Lorana Sullivan

Maude Urmston Chilton ’53 Eve Chilton Martirano ’79 Cecily Chilton Matthai ’77 Eleanor H. Towles

Kate McNally Cote ’59

Marguerite Sykes Nichols ’31, P’53

Martyn Smith Belmont ’59

Sabrina & James Morrissey

Sharad Deodhar

Judith Anne Walker Peabody ’47

Frances Glee Browne Deodhar ’57

Samuel P. Peabody

Betty de la Sierra ’86

Sondra Sickles Phelan ’53

Vivien Carrera-Justiz Brown ’84

Vanessa Guerrini-Maraldi Wilcox ’74

Mary Lotuff Feeny ’83

Barbara McClurg Potter ’41

Elizabeth Schwarzenbach DiLeo ’63 Margot Barnes Goodwin ’63

Sylvia Breed Gates ’42

Deceased Members of the Class of 1952 Elizabeth Anson Ann McDonough Capshaw Marilyn Fuller Casey June Haley Curtis Susan Salmon Donaldson Elizabeth Brandes du Pont Anne Fairburn Mary Dickinson Herb Louisa Livingston Kennedy Elinor Schenk Kurth Judith Follansbee Lynch Diana Tailer Pinkham Maria Lobo Ryan Lois Spreckels Alison Stone Daphne Towne Witsell

Barclay Robinson Serena Epstein

Katharine H. Robinson

Grace Epstein

Jacqueline Lucas Rocks ’81 Deana Washburn ’80

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IN HONOR

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Elinor Abbe Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Elizabeth Acorn ’04 Stephanie & Larry Acorn P’04

Claudia Aguero ’84 Carmen Rodriguez Ericson ’82

Pamela J. Akiri-Carabillo P’99 Rosemary Logan ’96 Lisa Metzke ’93

Madeleine Arnaudet Clarissa Yantis Downey ’53

Leah Anathan ’92 Patricia & Thomas Anathan P’92

Elizabeth Ash Carolyn Foley ’65 Henrietta Clement Hildebrand ’65 Jill Englund Jensen ’72

Catherine Goldstein Auerbach ’88 and her three sons Morton L. Goldstein P’88

Katherine Estock ’98 Karen Quiros Holder ’90 Christine Isidoro ’98 Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91 Rosemary Logan ’96 Erin Shupenis ’98 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Roger Cantello P’14 Ting Chu-Richardson ’05 Gianna M. Gerace ’11 Anesha P. Grant ’04 Elizabeth F. Greenberg ’10 Windy Black Jansen ’03 Catherine Seif ’05 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09 Charlotte Weidlein ’05

Jennifer Alter Abt ’89 Stephanie Bothwell-Grillo ’90 Margo Clare Cummings ’88 Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91 Camille Obering Musser ’96 Kimberly Wagner Patterson ’00 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Ruth Elmore

Merrill Ware Carrington ’68 Deborah Seaman ’71

Tricia Tourville Dave ’82

Carol & Richard Eisner P’11

Anne & Rodman R. Black, Jr. P’03 Kathleen & Donald Brigham P’82, ’85 Henrietta Clement Hildebrand ’65 Anne Austin Mazlish ’51 Tania Whitman Stepanian ’60

Glenn Shannon Whipple ’54

Robert Dee

Ting Chu-Richardson ’05 Samara M. Khalique ’00

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dee Hillary Bush ’86

Jennifer McDonough Albanesi ’83

Carol Clark-Flanagan P’93, ’97

The Ethel Walker School Development Office

Thomas Deeds

Jessica Bartolini-Buggeln ’95 Ting Chu-Richardson ’05 Ipsita Das ’98 Nan Flanagan ’93 Pam Kohlberg & Curt Greer P’10 Kelsey A. Shelton ’12 Deborah Flagg Smith ’85 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Ting Chu-Richardson ’05 Sarah M. Heinemann ’00 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Pilar del Cacho Katherine J. Pellon ’11 Ashleigh N. Stephan ’11 Cheri Soule Torpey

Eleanor Barnes

The Ethel Walker School Faculty Adriana J. Borges ’12 Elizabeth Rockwell Cesare Jane Cole Graves ’45 Henrietta Clement Hildebrand ’65 Pamela Kelley Hull ’46 Margaret Auger Kennerly ’45

Bunny Fisher

Jessica M. Bruen ’03 Michael D. Coster P’01, ’12

Dirk Delo

Monica Adams ’77

Pamela Bennett Skinner ’95

Ernie Flesche

Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09

Brooke Berescik-Johns ’98 Emily Broidrick ’98 Karen Crowe ’97 Margo Clare Cummings ’88

Susan B. Dembrow

Anne Wakefield Leck ’62

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The Ethel Walker School Centennial

Jane Darling

Ziyu Che ’15

Eleanor Barnes

Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91

Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91 Naomi Servante McNally ’92

Karen Polcer Bdera ’79

Alicia Kelly Benedetto ’97 Pamela Bennett Skinner ’95

Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91

Dr. Margaret Huling Bonz

Diane Dunn

Marilyn Schutrum Coughlin

Paula Chu P’05

Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Jessica Bartolini-Buggeln ’95

Marcia P. Easterling

Paula J. Brink

Kimberly P. Blanchard P’06

Peggy Dils

Warren Erickson

Heng Che & Jane Feng P’15

Cynthia & John Vaccaro P’12

Nancy Kitchell Lickle ’53

The Ethel Walker School Middle School Faculty Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Dorothy E. Cowles

Sandra Kaye Baker

Clarissa H. Basch P’15

“Demon”

Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91

Gwendolyn Couch P’07, ’10

Darrell Carrington P’02

Catherine Kenney ’84 Meleda Wegner Lowry ’81 Susan Knapp Thomas ’80

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Blanche Bockstoce Hoar

Mary Cameron Kennedy

Shonelle McKenzie ’09

Brooke Hummer Mower ’80 Jane-Byrd Wiley Terlizzi ’79

Marian Cox-Chapman ’69 Deborah Bard Dewing ’66 Susan Nichols Ferriere ’69 Mary Mead-Hagen ’72 Barbara McPherson Sanders ’68 Mary Laird Silvia ’56 Barbara Hoggson Sutphen ’52 Betty Richards Tripp ’54

Anne Austin Mazlish ’51

Devon McKenzie & Sophia GreenMcKenzie P’06, ’09

Natalie Galbraith Mary Doyle Foster ’47, P’68 Marie Connors Roberts ’49, P’84 Ellen Carroll Walton ’50

Leopoldine B. E. Galopin ’15 Faye & Christophe Galopin P’15

Alice Gay Henrietta Clement Hildebrand ’65

Julie Godfrey Rosemary Logan ’96

Sally Kellogg Goodrich

Ashlyn Kersten ’11 Anita & Robert Kersten P’11

Sarah Meneely-Kyder

Becky Klein

Kirsten Richards Roger ’87

Samara M. Khalique ’00

Julius Mihaly

Mary Wilcox Knapp ’44

Anne Wakefield Leck ’62

Susan Knapp Thomas ’80

Dora Moncada

Celeste La Raja ’85

Elizabeth Schaaf Carson ’91 Augusta Morrison Harrison ’93 Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91 Mr. & Mrs. M. Lane Morrison P’93

Karen Hook-Chase Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91

Dr. & Mrs. Raymond D. La Raja P’85

Harriett Howard and all my wonderful teachers

Michelle Langwieder

Henrietta Clement Hildebrand ’65

Diane “Poochie” Montgomery

Karen Crowe ’97

Rosemary Logan ’96

Leslie Hubbard Samara M. Khalique ’00

Simone LeFaivre

Mary Hoyt Mary Peters Bolton ’33

Paulette Castillo ’73 Elizabeth DeFriez Gibson ’69 Jean Hamilton ’71

Emma Grimes

Florence Hunt

Edith Read Lamb ’50, GP’12

Dr. Michael H. Leonard P’93

Beverly Vander Poel Banker ’60, P’82 Jacqueline Marx Barnett ’51 Mary Jo Laflin Field ’56 Aileen Turnbull Geddes ’56 Katherine Humpstone ’72 Bettina O'Neil Lyons ’55 Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Louise Nussbaum Schwartz ’68 Mary Laird Silvia ’56 Nancy Hathaway Steenburg ’68 Penelope Johnson Wartels ’62

Karen Crowe ’97 N. Quinn Keeler ’83 Katharine Leonard ’93 Sandra Rohde McNamee ’84 Barbara Merlin Neal ’77 Katie Ryan ’90 Megan Rosidivito Lyczak ’03 Preetmatie U. S. Rosdivito & Mark Rosidivito P’03

Elizabeth F. Greenberg ’10

Miriam Huntington

Meg Mahoney

Emery D. Hanson ’13

Shelley Cole ’76 Frances Hughes ’78 Ellen Morrissey Jenkins ’73

Jennifer McDonough Albanesi ’83

Priscilla Jackson P’02

Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09 Marianne T. Pettit ’10

Jill Harrington

Elizabeth F. Greenberg ’10 Brittany Coons Noble ’02

Elizabeth Marshall

Patti J. Harris P’05 Kelly Tran ’07

Alyssa Jahn

Alyce Gammon Fiedler ’84 Jackie Harris Mercurio ’98 Heather Sweeny ’82

John Groff Ting Chu-Richardson ’05 Anesha P. Grant ’04 Pamela Bennett Skinner ’95 Rosemary Logan ’96 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Kit Gustafson

Merrilee & Rance Crain GP’10, ’13

Katie Ryan ’90 Patricia Zimmerman ’85

Jonathan Nareff P’97 Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91

Mary Nelson

Laurie MacAlpine P’08 Ting Chu-Richardson ’05

LeeAnn Harris P’13

Marie T. Noiset Julie Yindra ’81

Hilary Waldman & Joseph O’Brien P’13

Mrs. McHing

Emily Casey ’07

Monica Adams ’77 Fiona Cox ’89 Jean Moore Edwards ’69 Cynthia Smith Evanisko ’71 N. Quinn Keeler ’83 Patricia O'Reilly ’77 Jane Orndahl ’71 Anne Lacouture Penniman ’76 Jennifer Rodts ’86 Deborah Seaman ’71 Claudia Mesch Smith ’86 Susan Knapp Thomas ’80 Michelle Turner ’77

Jill E. O’Brien ’13

Kathleen Wallace Wee ’79

Nancy Henderson Josey Ballenger ’87 Maria Aixala Dawson ’85

Myra Morgan

Helen Paddock

Shirley Follansbee Reineman ’49

Alexandra Potts Poole ’48

Keith Johnson Karen Polcer Bdera ’79

Shari McKenzie ’06

Annabelle Hicks ’10

Holly Joyner

Devon McKenzie & Sophia GreenMcKenzie P’06,’09

Laura & George Hicks P’10

Marsha Tharakan ’88

Frenchy Kahawaiolaa

Eoin Patterson Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

An Huynh ’92

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Jeanette Pelizzon ’07 & her horses All Riled Up and Eye Candy

Michael Roy

Dorothy Silverherz

Caroline Walker

Caitlin W. Lashnits ’06 Kristen Lashnits ’04

Alicia Kelly Benedetto ’97 Ting Chu-Richardson ’05 Rachael S. Rosselli ’98

Karen Bisgard Alexander ’54 Diana Wanger Anderson ’47, P’72 Jacqueline Marx Barnett ’51 Clarissa Yantis Downey ’53 Sylvia Breed Gates ’42 Louise Nussbaum Schwartz ’68 Patricia Kennedy Scott ’44, P’69,’72 Shirley McKeever Tanner ’47 Ellen Carroll Walton ’50

Col. & Mrs. David R. Pelizzon P’07

Madeleine “Miss Sala” Salster Nuala O'Donnel Pell ’42

Miss Sindall

Emily Broidrick ’98 Hilary McKeever Gerlach ’90 Christine Isidoro ’98 Nicole Madison ’99 Connie Morales ’92 Erica Ohanesian ’01 Katie Ryan ’90 Erin Shupenis ’98 Jennifer Soderburg ’98 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Tucker Etherington Anderson ’66 Martyn Smith Belmont ’59 Emily Benham Connors ’77 Linda Mitchell Davis ’49 Eve Harlan Dillingham ’49 Clarissa Yantis Downey ’53 Carolyn Evans Gallagher ’77 Susan Kleinhans Gilbertson ’53 Mary Farrar Hatchette ’60 Adrianne Massie Hill ’56 Frieda Jacobs ’71 Darby Tench Leicht ’74 Catherine Smith Leonard ’62 C. Denise Morales Richardson ’80 Elena Miller Shoch ’59 Mary Laird Silvia ’56 Caroline Stanwood ’56 Anne M. Strong ’62 Katharine Swibold ’78 Susan Knapp Thomas ’80 Glenn Shannon Whipple ’54 Gwendolen Willard ’59

Kenneth Poppe

Emily Sappington ’06

Caitlin W. Lashnits ’06 Elizabeth F. Greenberg ’10 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Susan & Joseph B. Sappington P’06

The Speers Family

Marcia Scarles

Anne Cromwell Bieretz Wendy & Gordon Cromwell

Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Shelley Cole ’76 Ann Stone Costello ’68

Bernita Sundquist

Lee Zalinger

Donna Deffenbaugh Schaffer

Jessica Bartolini-Buggeln ’95 Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91 Ting Chu-Richardson ’05 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

Sylvia Breed Gates ’42

Katherine J. Pellon ’11 Sallie & Michael Pellon P’11, ’14

Meredith Pellon ’14 Sallie & Michael Pellon P’11, ’14

Susan Perillo

Caroline Baldwin Lewis ’67

Elizabeth Cromwell Speers P’16 Sandra Kaye Baker Eleanor Barnes Jacqueline Marx Barnett ’51 Jane Rae Bradford Anne Cromwell Bieretz Paula J. Brink Pamela Churchill Kate Coleman-Burns Nan Flanagan ’93 Kitty Northrop Friedman Mary Gardner Gates ’60 Allison E. Grebe Genie Lomba P'13, ’16, ’18 Cecily Chilton Matthai ’77 Heidi E.V. McCann Gail Ostergaard Philip C. Potter, Jr. P’85 Diane Thomas

Ellen Carroll Walton ’50

Nichole Paquet Whitehead ’01 Jane & Ray Paquet P’01

Terese Treman Williams ’55 Lucille & M. Lane Morrison P’93

Courtney Williamson Karen Crowe ’97

Rachel Wittmann Maher ’85 Barbara & Joseph Wittmann, Jr. P’85

John Woodruff

Richard Prager P’04, ’07

Danielle L. Wentworth ’00

Wendy Hodgkins DeLorey ’83 N. Quinn Keeler ’83 Sarah-Jane McCarthy Markoe ’80

Katie Ryan ’90

Rita K. Shea

Cleveland Thomas

Dr. Procyk

Katharine Dusenbury ’80 J. Fraser Nelson ’77 Arabella Wattles Teal ’79

Martha Darling Bell ’45

N. Quinn Keeler ’83

Artemis Qi ’14 Helen He & Xiaojun Qi P’14

Claudio Ramirez Carolyn Fortney Dailey ’80

Mackenzie Rollins Elizabeth F. Greenberg ’10

Madeline Ross

Margaret R. Tregillus Gunnel Orndahl ’74

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Dr. Julia Sheldon Ting Chu-Richardson ’05 Meredythe Goethe ’05 Samara M. Khalique ’00 Brittany Coons Noble ’02 Elizabeth Smith van Gemeren ’77, P’07, ’09 Elizabeth van Gemeren ’07 Elenor van Gemeren ’09

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Nancy Vinal ’10 Pam Kohlberg & Curt Greer P'10

Class of 1943 Caroline Berry Laporte ’43

John Vogels Dore Atwill Kesterson ’91

All EWS Girls! Stephanie Bothwell-Grillo ’90

Violet Waite Patricia Love Anderson ’56 Leonor Lobo de Gonzalez ’51 Clarissa Yantis Downey ’53 Joan Ferguson Ellis ’47 Brooke Page Pacy ’51 Mary Schwerin Ritter ’53

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The Endowed Funds of The Ethel Walker School The Ethel Walker School is proud to have 59 endowed funds that support the mission of the School. Without these funds, Walker’s would not be able to provide the many enriching opportunities available for the students and faculty. We are grateful to all those who established and continue to support these funds.

A Better Chance Scholarship Fund This Fund was established in 1988 to benefit minority students. Claudia Aguero ’84 Scholarship Fund Established in 1985 in memory of Claudia Aguero ’84, this scholarship is to be awarded annually to a deserving student. The George I. Alden Scholarship Endowment Established in 1996 after alumnae, parents and friends helped meet a 3:1 Alden Trust Challenge. The partnership formed between The Alden Trust and supporters of the challenge have helped The Ethel Walker School uphold its tradition of maintaining a diverse student body and ensuring that private education not be limited to only those students with the personal resources to fund their educations. The Constance L. Bell Library Endowment Fund

The A. Gordon Clarke, Jr. Endowed Campus Revitalization Fund

This Fund was established by the Bell family primarily to benefit the Constance Lavino Bell Library at The Ethel Walker School. The income from the Fund is to be used exclusively for the support of the Constance Lavino Bell Library.

In 1994, to celebrate and recognize fifteen years of talent, dedication, impeccable service, efficiency, and constancy as Walker’s Business Manager, A. Gordon Clarke, Jr.’s many friends established this Fund. Income from the Fund is used in part to offset the annual budget for repairs, renewals and special maintenance of the campus and its buildings.

The Gertrude J. Berman Flower Fund This Fund was established in 1978 by Diane Berman Hoffman and Barbara Berman Levy in memory of their mother Gertrude, grandmother of Carol Hoffman Jason ’75, Barbara Hoffman Siegenfeld ’76, Alyssa Levy ’63, and Mary Jane Levy Dickson ’68, to purchase flowers for Reunion Weekend.

The Class of 1946 Endowed Educational Enrichment Fund Established by the Class of 1946 on the occasion of its 50th reunion. Recognized by the Class of 1946 as a valuable complement to Walker’s curriculum, each year income from the Fund is used to provide a variety of enrichment programs. For example, income from the endowment may be used to provide the Dean of Students with sufficient funds to invite a guest speaker or entertainer to campus for a special event.

The Margaret Huling Bonz Women of Distinction Speakers Series Endowment Fund This Fund was established in honor of Margaret Huling Bonz, Head of The Ethel Walker School from 1988 through 1999, for her years of dedication and commitment to the students, faculty and members of The Ethel Walker School community. The Fund will provide the resources for the School to invite annually a woman of distinction to participate in an activity with students and faculty and to give a formal presentation to the School community and invited guests.

The Class of 1952 Endowed Scholarship Fund The Class of 1952 celebrated its 35th Reunion by establishing an endowed scholarship Fund in memory of deceased classmates who include Elizabeth Anson, Ann McDonough Capshaw, Marilyn Fuller Casey, June Haley Curtis, Elizabeth Brandes du Pont, Anne Fairburn, Mary Dickinson Herb, Louisa Livingston Kennedy, Elinor Schenck Kurth, Judy Follansbee Lynch, Diana Tailer Pinkham, Maria Lobo Ryan, Lois Spreckels, Alison Bixby Stone and Daphne Towne Witsell. In doing so, it was their hope that recipients would not only benefit from an outstanding academic experience at Walker’s, but at the same time form bonds that lead to life-long friendships.

The Diane Brayton Bushby ’47 Memorial Fund This Fund was established in 1973 by friends and family for the purpose of purchasing a Steinway concert grand piano. The income from this Fund is to be used for the upkeep of the piano.

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faculty study, research, travel, or other worthy projects that will enhance both the knowledge of the recipient and the quality of education at The Ethel Walker School. The Etherington Family Endowed Fund Established by Tucker Etherington Anderson ’66 and the Etherington family. The Fund will provide for the maintenance of the Julius Mihaly Cross Country Course. The course was built in 1998 through the generosity of the Etherington family in memory of former Riding Master Julius Mihaly and as a tribute to Sandford G. Etherington, a former business manager at The Ethel Walker School. The Lindsay P. Flynn ’05 Endowed Fund for Faculty Development Established in their daughter’s name by Patrick Flynn and Barbara Nash, this Fund is designed to benefit faculty by providing funding for a broad range of professional development activities including travel, coursework, seminars and independent study projects. The Edward E. Ford Faculty Development Fund Established in 1980 to provide an in-service professional development program for faculty.

The Class of 1962 Lecture Fund This Fund was established in 1962 by the Class of 1962 as their Senior Gift to the School “in the hope that our gift will benefit the academic field and will give not only knowledge but also pleasure to many generations of students.”

The Elizabeth Gilbert Fortune ’36 Endowed Scholarship for Legacies Established in 1998 by Elizabeth Gilbert Fortune ’36 †, this scholarship was created to encourage Walker’s alumnae to keep the Walker’s tradition alive in their families. Scholarship assistance from The Elizabeth Gilbert Fortune ’36 Scholarship Fund is available to any qualified legacy applicant or student. A merit scholarship is awarded annually.

The Kate Elms Corroon ’65 Endowed Memorial Library Fund Originally established in 1965 by Kate’s family, classmates and friends. In 1987, on the occasion of her 50th Reunion, Nancy Elms Corroon ’37 †, Kate’s mother, provided the resources for establishing the Fund as a separately endowed Fund. Yearly contributions are made to the Fund’s principal. Income from the endowment continues to make a significant impact on the School’s ability to enhance the Bell Library’s collection and technology in support of Walker’s curriculum.

The Galbraith Mitchell Endowment Fund Established according to Natalie Galbraith Mitchell’s † wishes through her estate, this Fund is used to provide an opportunity for foreign language teachers to study abroad for a year in a country whose native language is that taught by the teacher. This year of study is known as the “Galbraith Mitchell Sabbatical Year.” Additional income from this Fund is used for Galbraith Building improvements, additions, maintenance, and restoration; for maintenance and restoration of the Mitchell Organ; and for any other purpose the Board of Trustees deems advisable.

The Culpepper Endowment for Faculty Support Fund Established in 1980 by the Charles E. Culpepper Foundation to support faculty study and professional growth. The Davies Visiting Artist Endowment Fund Established in 1999 by Mr. and Mrs. John B. Davies in honor of their daughters, Sarah Davies Murad ’00 and Leslie Davies Huguenin ’96. The income from this Fund is to be used to bring visiting artists to campus.

Sara Kellogg Goodrich Fitness Center Endowed Fund Established in 2001 in honor of former Coach Goodrich for her years of service to The Ethel Walker School. The income from this Fund is to be used to maintain the Fitness Center.

Philip Sedgwick Deely Faculty Enrichment Fund

Virginia Groff Memorial Scholarship Fund

Established in 1987 in honor of Philip Deely, former Associate Head of School, in recognition of his dedication and concern for the professional growth of Walker’s faculty. This Fund is to be used for

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The Mary Johnstone Fenley Kaye ’20, Mary Fenley Kaye Kelley ’44 and Pamella Kaye Kelley Love ’69 Endowed Wellness Fund

The father of Winifred Hardy Goubert ’22 † in her memory established this Fund in 1927. The scholarship is to be awarded to a student in need each year.

Established in 1994 by Pamella Kaye Kelley Love ’69, daughter of the late Mary Fenley Kaye Kelley ’44 † and granddaughter of the late Mary Johnstone Fenley Kaye ’20 †, to provide resources to help underwrite The Ethel Walker School’s Wellness Program: a comprehensive program of lectures, seminars, performances and staff support related to the physical and mental health as well as the emotional and spiritual well-being of Walker’s students.

The William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship Fund Established in 1997, this Fund helps The Ethel Walker School underwrite a comprehensive program of financial assistance for boarding and day students with demonstrated financial need. It is awarded annually to a qualified student who plans to reside in the United States after completion of her education.

The Michael H. Leonard Endowed Fund for the Study of Writing and the English Language

The Henderson Endowed Riding Fund

Established by friends, colleagues and family in honor of Dr. Leonard’s twenty-five years of service to the School. The Fund is intended to help carry on Dr. Leonard’s work by providing the resources for students and faculty to attend workshops and seminars on writing and the study of the English language.

Established in 1990 by Harriet Henderson ’18 † to benefit the Riding Program which, since its founding in 1911, has played an important role at the School. Walker’s riding program not only accommodates the young girl who wishes to ride, but teaches her responsibility and commitment through the care of animals, helps develop a compassion for life, and a discipline that further builds character.

The Catherine McIntire Leslie ’37 Endowment Fund Established on the occasion of Mrs. Leslie’s 65th Reunion to recognize the importance of unrestricted endowment to The Ethel Walker School, and to acknowledge faculty learning and devotion. The income of this Fund, which is at the full discretion of the board of trustees, may be used for faculty cultural experiences.

Jane Watson Irwin ’33 and Arthur K. Watson P’69 Scholarship Fund This Fund was established in 1986 in honor of Jane Watson Irwin ’33 † and Arthur K. Watson. Jane, as an alumna, and Arthur, as a parent, greatly admired the educational experience made available to young women at Walker’s. This Fund is to be used for students who have insufficient resources to benefit from an education like Walker’s.

The Laurie MacAlpine Endowed Music Fund Established in 2007 by Sarah Johnson Redlich ’78, P’10 in honor of Walker’s much loved and talented music teacher, Laurie MacAlpine P’08, and in memory of Laurie’s husband, Wilbur Troutman †. The income from this Fund is to be used at the discretion of the music teacher for the music department’s needs.

Ruth Ann Jarvis ’48 Memorial Scholarship Fund Established in 1980 by the children of Ruth Ann Jarvis ’48 † to be used for a day student who has an interest and an ability beyond the norm in music.

The Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55 Endowment for the Sciences The Lucy Rosenberry Jones ’59 Endowed Chapel Fund

Established to provide funds to help advance the sciences at The Ethel Walker School as a critical part of its curriculum. Because of Mrs. MacKenzie’s active involvement in environmental issues, special emphasis is placed on environmental education.

This Fund for the maintenance of the Chapel was established in 1995. In establishing this endowment for her favorite building on campus, Mrs. Jones stated, “This gift is given in appreciation of all that The Ethel Walker School has given me as well as my daughter, Sarah-Jane McCarthy Markoe ’80, and my sister, Elise Rosenberry Donohue ’55. I hope this gift will maintain the Chapel so that it can continue to be a place of beauty, inspiration, comfort, and continuity in the years ahead for The Ethel Walker School family.”

The Mars Foundation Endowed Scholarship Fund In 1997, The Mars Foundation, Jacqueline B. Mars and her daughter Alexandra Badger Airth ’83 established The Mars Scholarship Fund to benefit students at The Ethel Walker School. In doing so the Mars family has helped bridge the gap between the needs of qualified candidates and the School’s ability to provide sufficient financial aid to grant acceptance to every deserving young woman.

The Susanna A. Jones Leadership Endowed Fund This Fund was established to honor Susanna A. Jones, Head of The Ethel Walker School from 1999 through 2007, and the tremendous work she did to develop the leadership potential for young women. This Fund will continue to support school wide initiatives that provide opportunities for young women to develop the skills and characteristics that will allow them to become leaders throughout their lives.

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The Charles E. Merrill Educational Enrichment Fund

The Richard Family Endowment Fund

Established in 1980 to help underwrite the cost of special weekend activities which enhance the students’ opportunities to learn experientially and to exercise leadership outside the classroom.

Established by the Richard Foundation in memory of Phyllis Richard Gerrity ’37 †, Nathalie Simpkins Richard ’37 † and Jane Schmeltzer Richard ’37 †, and in honor of Sallie Cronkhite Richard ’41, Phyllis Richard Fritts ’60, and Vera Richard Wood ’39. In recognition of The Ethel Walker School’s need to increase unrestricted endowment and at the same time enhance the faculty experience, income from the Fund is for use at the discretion of the Board of Trustees with special emphasis on faculty salaries.

Charles E. Merrill Scholarship Fund This Fund was established in 1979, to be awarded based on need. Natalie Galbraith Mitchell Endowed Memorial Scholarship Fund In order to honor and help keep alive Natalie Galbraith Mitchell’s † determination and spirit, the Board of Trustees established this memorial scholarship. Contributions, which benefit a deserving student at Walker’s each year, were made to the Fund by Mrs. Galbraith’s friends, colleagues and students.

The Anastasia Payne Rooke ’48 Endowed Technology Fund This Fund was established in 1995 in Stacie Rooke’s † honor by her husband William Withington Rooke and funded by The Withington Foundation. Income from the Fund helps provide critical funding for implementation, maintenance and upgrades of a state-of-the-art technology program at The Ethel Walker School.

The Leslie Hailand Newman ’66 Endowed Alumnae Association Induction Fund Established by Whitney Walker Brown to honor her mother, Leslie Hailand Newman ’66, on the occasion of a special birthday and in recognition of her long-standing service to The Ethel Walker School. The Fund will be used to advance the School’s efforts to keep its alumnae engaged by providing the Funds to purchase the sundials which are given at the Reunion Weekend chapel service to graduating seniors as a symbol of their induction into the Alumnae Association.

The Anastasia Payne Rooke ’48 Endowed Chair in Science, Math and Technology By funding this chair in 1998, Stacie † and Will Rooke and The Withington Foundation established The Ethel Walker School’s first endowed position in the sciences. The Anastasia Payne Rooke ’48 Chair in Science, Math and Technology, which recognizes Stacie’s long-standing interest in science, math and technology education, will honor and reward distinguished teaching. The Fund will also allow the School to further its commitment to providing excellent opportunities in science, math and technology to young women.

The Noyes Endowment Fund Established by Cosy Noyes Lathrop ’37 † in 1996 for maintenance of and upgrades to the Noyes Social Center. The Center was originally funded in 1976 by gifts from Mrs. Lathrop, her sister, Nancy Noyes King ’34 †, and the A.B. & J. Noyes Foundation. The Center enhances the Walker’s experience by providing a place for students to gather, relax, form friendships, and renew spirits.

The Margot Rose ’80 Distinguished Alumna Award Established in 2005 by Terese Treman Williams ’55 and Joseph Williams, The Margot Rose ’80 Distinguished Alumna Award is The Ethel Walker School’s highest honor. It is to be presented to graduates of the School who best exemplify Margot Rose’s attributes, ensuring that her work, dedication and influence will be remembered now and always. When awarded, it will honor alumnae who, by their devotion and talent, elevate the work of their profession, who influence their community or who give extraordinary service to their school.

Richard G. Peirce Memorial Fund The Class of 1977 chose to endow a memorial Fund in memory of Richard G. Peirce †, former Head of the School. Through the efforts of Cecily Chilton Matthai ’77, this memorial Fund honors Mr. Peirce and his dedicated leadership of Walker’s. Gifts to this Fund are recognized as part of the 75th Anniversary Campaign.

Julia Shaw Rynearson ’57 Endowed Scholarship Fund This Fund was originally established in Julia’s memory in 1975 by her father George W. Shaw †. The Julia Shaw Rynearson Scholarship Fund, which is awarded annually based on both need and merit, continues to help provide an Ethel Walker education to deserving young women who would not otherwise have the resources to attend. Julia’s brothers, George G. Shaw and Jock Shaw, continue to contribute to the Fund in memory of their sister who was “both a great sister and friend.”

Reader’s Digest Endowed Scholarship Fund This Fund was established in 1978 for partial scholarship, and is to be awarded to students from middle income families who have completed their first year at EWS.

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The Elaine Johnson Wold ’46 Endowed Scholarship Fund

The late Gladys Thompson Hunziker ’48 † and Robin Hunziker Smith ’73 marked the occasions of their 50th and 25th reunions by establishing the Thompson-Hunziker Field Trip Fund. Established by a grant from The H.E. Thompson Foundation, the Fund provides the resources for students to enjoy more off-campus events which, in the words of the donors, “enhances and solidifies the exceptional classroom experience which The Ethel Walker School offers.”

Originally established in 1987, significant additions have been made to The Elaine Johnson Wold ’46 Scholarship Fund during the One Vision, Many Voices Campaign. Income from the Fund continues to support The School’s ability to grant scholarships to needy, but eminently qualified young women who both benefit from and add profoundly to the Walker’s experience. 75th Anniversary Library Endowment Fund

The Ethel Walker School Equestrian Clinic Fund

During the 75th Anniversary Campaign, funds were solicited for The Library Endowment Fund in order to provide for maintenance of the library in perpetuity. Donors who gave to the 75th Anniversary Campaign were asked to allocate their endowment gifts to one of the following: Faculty Support, Financial Aid, Library Endowment, or General Endowment.

Generously established by an anonymous donor to ensure that riding clinics in the three equestrian disciplines of dressage, jumping and cross country are made available to all riders regardless of their ability to pay. Income from this endowment will be used to offer visiting clinics free of charge to qualified Walker’s Riding Program students.

50th Anniversary Scholarship Fund This Fund was established in 1961 by alumnae and friends to honor the School’s 50th anniversary.

The Ethel Walker School Fund for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching Established in April 2010, by a gift from Jane du Pont Kidd, class of 1957, of Dallas, Texas, to honor a teacher in Science or Mathematics. The income of the Fund is to be used to augment the salary of a teacher in Science or Mathematics. In establishing this Fund the strong hope is expressed that others will want to join in the recognition of the teacher chosen to be honored, with the ultimate objective being the establishment of a fully funded chair in Math or Science.

75th Anniversary Scholarship Fund This Fund was established by the Class of 1944 to honor the School’s 75th anniversary in 1986.

Irene Hixon Whitney Memorial Library Book Fund In recognition of her devotion toward Walker’s, the Class of 1944 established a memorial Fund in honor of Irene Hixon Whitney †. This thoughtful generosity on the part of classmates permanently endows a named library book Fund which will endure as a lasting tribute to Irene. Contributions made to this endowed Fund are recognized as gifts to the 75th Anniversary Campaign.

The Rosi & Toni Grunschlag Scholarship Fund for Piano Students This Fund was established in 2012 by former students and friends in honor of sisters Rosi and Toni Grunschlag, who taught piano to over 200 Walker’s students from 1950 until 1974. The Grunschlags, a duo piano team, were professional pianists who performed worldwide and left a lasting impression on their students. Monies generated by this fund will support an Ethel Walker student and help pay for her piano instruction.

Albert Williams Scholarship Fund This Fund was established in 1983 by Mrs. Louise M. Williams †, mother of Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55, to be awarded to a deserving student. Frank O. H. Williams Endowed Fund Established in 1997 to support the day-to-day operations of the riding program in memory of Frank O. H. Williams †, former Board of Trustees member and friend of The Ethel Walker School. Income from the endowment is used in part to provide upkeep for the Frank O. H. Williams Barn which was renamed to honor him in 1985 after he spearheaded the very successful “Save the Barn” campaign.

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The Ethel Walker Heritage Society The Ethel Walker School has been the proud recipient of bequests, both large and small, from many generous alumnae and friends over the years. These donors felt that they needed the assets during their lifetimes, but decided to link themselves forever with the ongoing life of the school by making a gift through their estate plans. The following are just some of the ways alumnae and friends have remembered The Ethel Walker School in their wills or estate plans. • • • • • • •

Percentage of the estate, or a specific dollar amount A particular stock, bond or mutual fund portfolio A piece of real estate Making Walker’s the beneficiary of an IRA or pension Naming Walker’s as the remainderman of a charitable trust After providing for family and friends, designating Walker’s as the residuary beneficiary Making Walker’s a contingent beneficiary in the event certain beneficiaries predecease the donor

If you would like to receive additional information regarding: • Including The Ethel Walker School in your Estate Plan • Bequest Intention Acknowledgment Form • Outside Charitable Trust Confirmation Form • Sample bequest language

What is the Heritage Society? The Heritage Society membership is a way for The Ethel Walker School to honor individuals who have provided for the school through a current planned gift, or named Walker’s as a beneficiary in their estate plans. Members may request anonymity.

Please contact: Jane Rae Bradford Director of Gift Planning The Ethel Walker School 230 Bushy Hill Road Simsbury, CT 06070 Phone: 860-408-4260 Email: jbradford@ethelwalker.org

What is a Bequest Intention versus a Matured Bequest? When a donor has included Walker’s in a will or estate plan during her lifetime this is considered a “bequest intention”. When the donor passes away and The Ethel Walker School receives the bequest from the donor’s estate it is a “matured bequest”.

How does a donor document their bequest intention? In order to be a member of The Ethel Walker Heritage Society we ask that the donor contact Walker’s to advise us of their intention. We then encourage the donor to complete our confidential Bequest Intention Acknowledgement Form. (If the donor feels comfortable putting a conservative dollar figure on the form it may be “counted” in our campaign.)

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The Ethel Walker Heritage Society Frances Beatty Adler ’66 Lynn Allegaert ’64 Joan Garver Anderson ’57 Beverly Vander Poel Banker ’60, P’82 Margot Campell Bogert ’60 Jane Rae Bradford Ann Watson Bresnahan ’69 Claudia Ramsland Burch ’68 Elizabeth Rockwell Cesare Elizabeth & Paul Chotkowski P’08, ’10 † Ann Blair Clark P’78, ’97 Illa Larkin Clement ’37, P’65 Sarah Gates Colley ’75 Sharon & John Davies P’96, ’00 Elizabeth Carpenter Davis ’41, GP’80 Amey Amory DeFriez ’45 Clarissa Yantis Downey ’53 Natalie Fesenmyer Emery ’55 Sandy & Gary Flood P’94 Walter W. Frederick P’89 Sylvia Breed Gates ’42 Sara Kellogg Goodrich Stephanie Bothwell-Grillo ’90 Ruth Harrison Grobe ’69 Kate Crichton Gubelmann ’67 C. Hugh Hildesley P’85 Leslie Davies Huguenin ’96 Frieda Jacobs ’71 Virginia Rice Kelsey ’52 † Louisa Livingston Kennedy ’52 Royce Lake Lehmann ’54

Catherine McIntire Leslie ’37, P’62, ’66 † Deborah Williams MacKenzie ’55 Alison McCall ’72 Kathleen McCombe ’70 Victoria Monocchi P’16 Katherine & Kenneth Mountcastle, Jr. P’72, ’74 Elizabeth Nash Muench ’55 Caroline Adams Muller ’67 Leslie Hailand Newman ’66 Celeste Royall Niarchos ’64 Kimberly S. Niles ’68 Judith N. Phelps Letitia McClure Potter ’55, P’85 Elizabeth Rauch Rainoff ’53 Nancy Rathborne ’59 Shannon Young Ray ’80 Sarah Johnson Redlich ’78, P’10 Margot Treman Rose ’80 Mary Bebel Schinke ’81 Deborah Flagg Scott ’48, P’74 Tracey Smith ’74 Jane Bassett Spilman P’76 Elizabeth Austell Straight ’68 J. Randall Furlong Street ’57 Susan Knapp Thomas ’80 Marlene Marx Twaddell ’56 Abra Prentice Wilkin ’60 Louise Brooks Willard ’46 Terese Treman Williams ’55, P’80 Nancy Cooper Young-Williams ’48, P’70

2011-2012 MATURED BEQUESTS RECEIVED Ted Alexander GP’13 Elizabeth Radley Anderson ’53 Emalia Warner Trenton ’32 Ethel Worthington Riley ’35 Robert H. Spilman P’76

Please note: 83% of the members of The Ethel Walker Heritage Society also gave a gift to the annual fund this year!

Bold = recent confirmed bequest intention † = DECEASED

“I think it is important for all of us to make bequests to Walker’s to ensure that every generation have the same excellent experience that we enjoyed.” Margot Campbell Bogert ’60, Vice President, Board of Trustees, Co-Chair, Centennial Campaign Cabinet

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