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Anderson University Magazine 2012 FALL Edition Features Class of 2015 Makes Itself at Home........ 4 School of Nursing opens successfully...... 8 AU Joins The University Center of Greenville...............................11 A Record 307 Graduated in Spring..........12 Meet The MISTERs.............................16 Students Share Love, Music and Education All Over the World............18 Miraculous Road Leads Chinese Student to Anderson.......................20 Criminal Justice Center of Excellence up and running.............................23 Athletics........................................24 Annual Report.................................32

Anderson University Magazine is a publication of the Marketing and Communications Department of Anderson University for alumni and friends. President: Dr. Evans P. Whitaker Editor In Chief: Barry Ray Editor: Shelli Rutland Contributing Writers: Barry Ray, Evelyn Beck Contributing Photographers: Aperture Vision Photography, Jason Jones Photography


university happenings ...

Campus News Record freshman class moves in as AU rises in rankings


greetings from Anderson University The class of 2016 arrived with a bang in August.

Justice occupied a new facility where the Command

The class is larger than its predecessors. It is

College of South Carolina, the School of Criminal

academically well prepared and full of enthusiasm.

Justice and law enforcement experts from the

The sense of excitement on the Anderson campus

Anderson area all joined together in a new kind of

is palpable. We hope to convey that enthusiasm

living laboratory for excellence in criminal justice,

within the pages of the Anderson University Maga-

emergency management and homeland security.

zine. Meanwhile, the rest of Anderson University is There are new facilities, new programs, new

back to the business of teaching and learning with

awards and new people dotting the landscape of

purpose. Classrooms are alive with the sounds

AU. You’ll see in the pages that follow that these

of the exchange of new ideas and the discovery of

are indeed exciting days in the life of the University.

classic thought. Campus organizations are busy making life at AU more vibrant and rewarding

The new School of Nursing is up and running

than ever. It’s the 2012-2013 academic year, and

successfully after a whirlwind summer for the

we think you’ll agree that it promises to be the

dedicated staff and faculty that saw them recruit a

best one yet. We hope you enjoy this edition of the

full group of future nurses, gain all the necessary

Anderson University Magazine!

accreditations and finish a state-of-the-art facility mere weeks before the sounds of learning and healing began to fill the halls of the nursing school.

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A few miles away, Anderson’s first off-campus facility roared to life as the School of Criminal

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“A group of smiling people pretty much swarmed our car,” Rob Duncan recalled. “Before I could turn around, everything was gone; and my daughter was chatting it up with new friends in her dorm room.”

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The next several days on campus reinforce the initial impression. Whether through a unique campus ceremony or a late-night bonding session with a small group of other freshmen, every new student learns quickly that he or she is part of a community.

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The Duncans had driven from two states away to bring their daughter to Anderson University. They expected to spend the bulk of Saturday morning moving her into Denmark Residence Hall box by box. What they actually encountered, however, came as quite a shock.

sure the welcome mat is out and that new students and their families find out quickly what kind of place Anderson University is.

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What is an arduous task at some colleges is a snap at AU as an army of volunteers makes moving effortless.

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The Archway Walk is a uniquely Anderson tradition as students pass through a gauntlet of parental support and encouragement as they embark on their college journey. The freshman class is the largest one ever. It doesn’t lack for enthusiasm either.

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AU’s newest residences hall houses 102 female students.

AU strengthens position in U.S. News top tier rankings Anderson University rose two spots to #21 in the top tier of the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings for 2013 and was named for the fourth consecutive year as one of the 41 “up and coming” institutions in America others should be watching for its quality and innovation the second ranked in The South among regional colleges. Additionally, Anderson gained another prestigious recognition for the first time as it was named one of the 44 universities in America with an unusually strong commitment to undergraduate teaching, taking second in The South among regional colleges in that ranking. “We are very pleased that Anderson University continues to be recognized for its academic strength by independent evaluators such as U.S. News & World Report,” said Anderson University President Evans Whitaker. “We are especially

delighted to be named for the first time to its list of the top institutions with a strong commitment to teaching as well as to be named for the fourth consecutive year to the exclusive list of the nation’s ‘up and coming universities.’” Anderson has been named to the list of “up and coming” institutions since the list’s inception four years ago. Innovations like the Mobile Learning Initiative, in which freshmen have been given the latest iPads for use in specially designed classes; AU’s undergraduate cancer research center; an innovative new study abroad program; and a new criminal justice center of excellence have kept it on the list. Being cited as an unusually strong teaching institution is a new honor for the University. The list was developed by the magazine to highlight those colleges and universities that devote more resources to enriching teaching and learning between professors and students in the classroom than taking professors out of the classroom for research. “The awareness of the character and substance of our faculty and students is obviously increasing as is the growth and continuous innovation of the entire university,” Whitaker said.

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Anderson University School of Nursing opens successfully (Reprinted courtesy of Anderson Independent Mail, September, 16 2012.) by Jennifer Crossley Howard

with original hardwoods intact. In one classroom, the old Anderson College seal survived sanding and refinishing. In a lab that can house 12 cadavers, students will learn about the anatomy of the heart attack they just encountered in a manikin. Cadavers are usually reserved for medical students and physical therapy students. “We envisioned nurses being able to study on the human body instead of cats and frogs and such,” said School of Nursing Dean Pamela Binns-Turner. Binns-Turner said she knows of no other nursing program in the state with a cadaver lab dedicated to nursing students. Only the Medical University of South Carolina has more cadavers and simulators for nursing students, and they are shared with medical students. According to MUSC spokesman Tony Ciuffo, there are 25 manikins at the Charleston school.

Anderson University’s nursing simulation lab looks like a hospital, smells like a hospital and even has seven patients that breathe, blink and give birth. Noelle, Stan and Charlie, who range in age from newborn to adult, are tucked into hospital beds waiting to be pricked and prodded by accelerated nursing students, and later third and fourth year students. They are actually manikins, and each of the seven costs more than a Corvette. And unlike humans, their soft skin can be replaced after receiving several needle marks. The simulation lab looks like a section of a patient wing with its wide doorways and muted colors, and is one of the most advanced technologies that the university’s first nursing class will use to edge their way into a field that is highly in demand. Anderson University’s nursing school held its first classes in August, 50 years after its joint program with Anderson Memorial Hospital ended. It shares Vandiver Hall with the College of Business, in space formerly occupied by Whyte Gym. These days it looks like a miniature hospital outfitted in pale shades of blue, gray and brown

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It’s the high-tech manikins that are most unusual. Binns-Turner talks to them as if expecting them to talk back. And sometimes they do. She walks to Hal, a five-year-old male manikin wearing blue shorts, and touches his arm. “How are you today, Hal?” she asks. “Don’t touch me,” he says. She leans back. “Are you all right?” she asks. “I want to go home,” he whines. Such interactions are common, and knowing how to respond to a child who is scared before dealing with the real thing makes better bedside manner. “It gives them the opportunity to be in a safe environment,” Binns-Turner said. “It allows them to make mistakes that we would never let them make on a patient.” Denise New, an accelerated student, said the simulators and cadavers attracted her to Anderson University’s program. “I think that’s a neat way to see the pathology and how everything works,” she said. She and other students have already begun


Binns-Turner calls him “Oz behind the curtains.” He even mixes the stand-in bodily secretions. His latest concoctions are neon yellow urine and green stomach fluid. Practicing with manikins should alleviate fear that so many students experience before they see real patients. “That was big for me,” Thrift said. “This is a little bit closer to the real thing.” He and the other eight other faculty members, including Binns-Turner, each work one day a week at a hospital in their chosen specialty. It keeps instructors in the loop, she said, and satisfies the nurse in them. installing catheters, listening to lung sounds and checking skin for abnormal lumps. “They can actually move nodules around in the simulators,” she said. “It’s not like you can tell the next student, ‘Oh, it’s to the left.’ You actually have to perform the technique to find it.”

The school will admit students once a year in the fall, Binns-Turner said, and next year it could have 10 more spots. The first class of 50 includes 32 traditional students in the four-year program and 18 accelerated students who will graduate in 15 months. Those students already have bachelor’s degrees and are embarking on a second career.

The nursing school’s wireless capabilities and pantilt zoom cameras in lab ceilings allow students to practice installing a nasogastric tube, for example, and then press the record button to be tested and later assessed by an instructor.

Accelerated student Chris Tate of Pendleton originally wanted to go to medical school, but the money required and time he would spend apart from his new wife changed his mind.

“We don’t even have to be in South Carolina,” Binns-Turner said.

“I’m more of a preventive care-type person,” he said. “A lot of doctors push procedures and treatment over preventive medicine. The nursing model is pushing preventive care over that.”

As fascinating as the manikins are, she said, it is the debriefing room where the most learning happens. After a hands-on test, instructors and students sit around a table and talk. It is akin to the morning rounds doctors do. They talk about the mechanics and emotions involved in scenarios. Sometimes manikins are programmed to die. Others may have seizures. “They’re like real people,” said Anderson University spokesman Barry Ray. “They moan and groan and change their breathing. It’s almost spooky.” Jason Thrift, a registered nurse on staff, programs the manikins’ actions and voices from a centralized room that looks into patient rooms by window or computer.

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ASID interior design student and faculty honored for excellence Faculty Advisor of the Year Honorable Mention Anne Martin, Allied ASID, Anderson University

Honorable Mention Envelop Women’s Boutique - Ashton Capps, Students ASID, Anderson University “The organic design of Envelop is intriguing and stimulating at the same time. It truly entices engagement in a unique retail experience. The universal design, sustainable elements and fluidness of the space create an exciting yet functional interior.” -Barbara S. Marini, FASID, president-elect of ASID

AU graphic design students recognized for creative excellence Winner 2012 AAF National ADDY Award Kaitlyn Daum (Greenville, SC) for The Truth About Classics Book Series. Winner 2012 AAF National ADDY Award Mandie Wines (Rock Hill, NC) for Cardinal Craving Book Series. Winner 2012 AAF National ADDY Award James Christopher Dortch for Designer’s Sketchbook DVD Series. 10 | CAMPUS NEWS


Anderson University has joined the University Center of Greenville The Board of Trustees of the University Center of Greenville, Inc. (UCG) announced the addition of Anderson University (AU) as the University Center’s seventh Academic Member. The addition of AU strengthens UCG’s mission as a coalition of community leaders working in collaboration with academic and public sector leaders to advance access and attainment of higher education bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees benefiting the citizens and economic community of Greater Greenville, South Carolina. A team from Anderson University has been busy preparing new space in the University Center that will serve as Anderson’s presence in Greenville. The first MBA class will begin on January 13. Ben Haskew, President of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce, added, “Anderson University’s partnership with the University Center of Greenville is good news for our community. As we continue work to grow per capita income, education is one of four driving factors that will make Greenville and the Upstate region stronger economically. The additional MBA programs A nderson University will offer will be attractive to our citizens and the business community.” A long-standing institution in the Upstate, AU celebrated its Centennial in 2011, and was named the #1 “Up and Coming” college in the South by U.S. News & World Report. As a part of AU’s continued growth over the last several years, it will expand into the Greenville market first with its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program. The AU MBA focuses on quantitative and qualitative management practices within a Christian ethical framework. “Not only is the Anderson MBA one of the most affordable and convenient programs available in the Upstate, but its focus on ethics distinguishes it

from other programs,” says Barry Ray, Anderson University spokesman. “Our graduates believe that it is important to be given the most effective and cutting-edge tools to develop business leadership, but that those tools should be employed within an ethical framework so that they can lead with integrity. Additionally, our program is designed with ‘real world applications’ drawn from the widely varied professional backgrounds of our professors. These backgrounds include various sectors of industrial as well as military careers.” David A. Taylor, President and Chief Operating Officer of UCG, added, “A nderson University’s academic programs will be excellent complements to over 70 bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees offered by Member Academic institutions at UCG. The initial offering of Anderson University’s fully-accredited and very competitively-priced MBA program directly supports our mission of facilitating attainment of cost-effective and centrally-located higher education degrees for the benefit of Greater Greenville’s citizens and economic community.” Designed for the working professional, the MBA program offers one of the best values in the Upstate, as the tuition for the program is significantly less than most other locally-available accredited MBA programs. This local value is further reflected by the university’s fourth consecutive placement on “America’s 100 Best College Buys” – an independent ranking by Institutional Evaluation & Research, Inc. Classes will be offered at UCG and the 36 credit hour program can be completed in just 20 months. Instructors include professional faculty members, all with PhD’s and industry experience. Students will have the advantage of completing the program in cohorts, and focusing on one course at a time. “We are most excited to be partnering with the University Center of Greenville. As we launch this initial program, we look forward to becoming an integral part of the great opportunities UCG provides to students in the Greenville area,” said Dr. Danny Parker, Anderson University Provost. “We believe that UCG is one of the most important educational assets in the state and we’re happy to be a part of expanding its already impressive list of degree options.”

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graduates took their final stroll across alumni lawn It’s one of the most unique and picturesque graduation ceremonies in the South, and this year, a record number of students took part in it - the fourth such record in a row for ever-growing Anderson University. 307 graduates, up 40 from last year’s record, received diplomas at Saturday’s ceremony on alumni lawn at AU, framed by 100-year old oak trees and the manicured lawns and hedges of the 101-year-old university.

urged the graduates to recapture the ability to make meaningful “human connections” in this age of technology and social media. “Embrace Facebook and social media,” she told those in attendance, “but earn the right to use electronic forms of communication by first establishing a human connection with those around you.” Heigel cited the potential danger in allowing the electronic forms of communication to cause us to disconnect from the human experience and grow isolated. Reverend Sinclair Lewis, a long time minister and 52-year organizer of Palmetto Boys State, was given an honorary doctorate from Anderson University during commencement. Palmetto Boys State calls Anderson University home each summer when 900 to 1000 of South Carolina’s

The commencement address was given by

most promising young leaders gather to learn

Catherine Heigel, the president of Duke Energy

about government and focus on developing skills

South Carolina, which serves more than 600,000

to become South Carolina’s next generation of

customers in the Upstate region and nearly 4

adult leaders.

million in the Carolinas and the Midwest. Heigel

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our faculty and students ...

Faces of AU Anderson students teach and perform in China and Peru while at least one person they touched finds a new home at AU. Meet the MISTERs


Call Me MISTER by Evelyn Beck In the late 1990s, African American males made up less than 1 percent of the teachers in South Carolina public schools. So even though a third of the state’s students are African American, only 200 of 20,000 teachers were black men. “Every research report anywhere shows that teachers teaching in communities and schools that reflect their same background tend to be more effective,” says Dr. Roy Jones, executive director of Call Me MISTER at Clemson University. To address that shortage, Clemson University and three historically black colleges—Benedict College, Claflin College, and Morris College—collaborated to create the Call Me MISTER program in 2000. “MISTER” is an acronym for Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role-models. The program’s purpose is to recruit African American males in

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South Carolina into the teaching profession, especially at the elementary school level. The Misters receive tuition assistance and mentoring and are part of a support system, but that’s not all. “We’re not a scholarship program; we’re not just giving out money,” says Jones. “We really are a leadership development program. These students are developing skill sets that are beyond what is required of teacher education programs.” They develop through weekly meetings with their peers, statewide summits each semester, summer internships, and leadership institutes. “We’re preparing well-rounded, well-developed teachers to go into pretty tough situations,” says Jones. Students in the program commit to teach in South Carolina public schools for one year for each year of support they receive. AU became involved in 2010. “Anderson University was pretty critical in terms of our expansion,” says Jones. The fact that AU does not charge nonresident


tuition was important in attracting students from out of state. Also key was that it’s small and faith-based. “For a lot of our students, that is a preference,” says Jones. The AU program, which is part of the College of Education, currently has eight students. “We’re not trying to reach a certain number,” says program director Beverly McAdams, AU’s Associate Vice President for Student Development. “We look more for who is a good fit, who feels this is a calling to devote their career to. They have to be disciplined and understand the expectations. They are their brother’s keeper. They encourage and help each other as far as academic and emotional and spiritual support.” The Misters at AU are always looking for ways to make an impact. In March they hosted their first middle school conference. About 60 boys from five middle schools attended sessions on topics such as bullying, study habits, and peer pressure. The Misters also volunteer in four schools as mentors and tutors: Calhoun Elementary School, Nevitt Forest Elementary School, Robert Anderson Middle School, and Glenview Middle School. James Hogue, a senior, first got involved with Call Me MISTER at Greenville Technical College, then was drawn to AU by its involvement with the program. Home schooled by his parents, Hogue always valued education, but he’s seen a lot of others who don’t. “I want to be the person in a child’s life to show them you need to do this or that and not to do this or that, to rise above,” he says. He enjoys going into schools and talking to students. He often hears boys say their goal is to play football or basketball. “We encourage them that it’s okay to have those dream; but if you don’t have the education to back it up, the likelihood is extremely low,” he says. And he talks about “having integrity, being a person of character, who you are

when no one is looking.” Senior Alven Brown talks with fatherly pride about the progress of the youngsters he’s worked with: “They’re saying thank you and yes sir and no sir. Small things like that make it worth it for me. Nobody ever took the time out to teach them how polite they need to be. Hearing it from us made them feel that it was important enough to work on. We don’t necessarily see academic scores, but they’re interested in school and want to do the work. Having college students talk to them lets them think, ‘We can go to college.’ They don’t have to follow the statistics and flunk out of high school. Having someone who looks like them in the classroom gives them hope it can be done.” Shondarious Williams, a junior, agrees. “We bring different vibes and are closer to their ages,” he says. “We show them how to live and can be an example. We grow a lot through doing this. These people look up to us. It’s like I have 20 little brothers. I want the best future for them.” That future is already looking brighter. Since 2004, the Call Me MISTER program has graduated about 100 young men, with 143 more currently enrolled. Every single one of them has found a teaching position. All of them are making a difference. Some have earned recognition as their school’s Teacher of the Year, and some have even become principals already. “We’ve debunked any ideas that black males don’t want to be teachers, even at the elementary level,” says Jones. “We’ve attracted some wonderful young men. I look forward to their graduating and getting in the game.”

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Anderson Students Share Love, Music and Education All Over the World In the past few years, we’ve chronicled dozens of mission trips involving hundreds of AU students to places like Honduras, Guatemala, Italy, India, and every other corner of the globe. There will be mission trips to those places and more throughout the year, but Anderson also provides cultural and educational trips. A key part of Anderson University’s strategic plan is a robust and widely varied International Studies program. Two such overseas exchanges are featured in word and pictures here. The Anderson University Chamber Singers participated in a March cultural visit to Peru. 13 students, three faculty/staff, and two of their

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spouses spent time performing in Lima and Cusco, sharing music and cultural understanding with the Peruvian people. The singers performed at universities with local choirs, convention center, and other venues. They also got to visit the spectacular Machu Picchu. One student summed the trip up this way:

“I enjoyed having the opportunity to experience a new culture - especially through music! Being able to sing alongside a Peruvian choir put into perspective how music breaks cultural barriers. As musicians from two completely different worlds, we were able to come together and enjoy the joy of music.”

Lucas R. Stubblefield


China The Anderson University Teaching Fellows, an academically advanced group of education majors, visited Shanghai, China, in July. Education professor Margaret Hicks and Brenda Gray from the College of Education were accompanied by seven current Teaching Fellows and one recently graduated Teaching Fellow as well as English professor Sarah Sprague (see the accompanying story). The trip included a stint teaching English to

“I would say that we went to China expecting to teach, but we did not expect to learn as much as we did. The Chinese taught us more about love and service than we could have ever learned in a classroom. It was a life-changing experience, and God continues to use the experience in His lessons for me.� Caroline N. Lee

Chinese students at Shanghai Ocean University. The goal was to experience teaching in another culture; but as one student put it, there was plenty of learning on the part of both the locals and the visitors.

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miraculous road leads Chinese student to Anderson Her given name is Xiaoyan Jiang, but on the Anderson University campus and anywhere else in the U.S. for that matter, her name is simply Gemma. If you stand in one spot long enough on campus, you’re bound to meet her because the petite bundle of boundless energy from China is determined to make the most of her time here. Studying at Anderson University has been a dream of hers for years; and thanks to a dedicated professor, some unlikely benefactors, and a set of miraculous circumstances, her dream is coming true. Gemma’s journey actually began with another journey by someone she had never met. Associate

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Professor of English Sarah Sprague traveled to China in 2006 to map out a sabbatical she hoped to take the next year. Working through the Consortium for Global Education, of which Anderson is a member, she taught in Chinese schools and toured a country with which she had long been fascinated. Growing up, she had always said that if she didn’t get married, she’d love to be a housemother in an orphanage. Though she did in fact marry fellow AU faculty member Stuart Sprague, derailing those plans, she maintained a fascination with orphanages and visited one in China. By chance during that visit, she was taken with a young teen with a bright smile and an engaging, energetic personality. It was Gemma, and she was as fascinated by this American teacher as the teacher was with her. “We stayed in contact by email, and we saw each other the next year on my sabbatical,” recalls Sarah. They connected on later trips as well as the Anderson University study abroad program took


shape and groups of students and professors traveled to China. Gemma proved a skilled translator and guide as well as a favorite character for AU students. “In 2011 I gave out an evaluation form at the end of the trip for our students to fill out,” Sarah remembers. “Gemma rated higher with the students than the Great Wall!”

“Non-profit organizations are like patients who need blood from others to live. We want to generate our own blood.”

Gemma AU student

This summer the Anderson University Teaching Fellows traveled to Shanghai to work in a school. The trip was led by Margaret Hicks of Anderson’s College of Education. Sarah Sprague accompanied the group on the trip; and once again, Gemma was the trusted guide and translator. Having graduated from a prestigious Chinese university, Gemma was working for a non-profit organization called, Vision in Practice, which provides cataract surgery for those living in poor, rural areas of China. “The work is very good and well-intentioned,” says Gemma during a break from studies in the library. “I felt we needed good business practices to make our work sustainable though. We need to rely less on donations and become more of a sustainable organization. Non-profit organizations are like patients who need blood from others to live. We want to generate our own blood.” Gemma and Sarah decided an MBA from Anderson University would give Gemma the business savvy she needed to help Vision in

Practice. But even though Sarah had a place in her own home for Gemma, there were countless obstacles to overcome. If the dream were to become reality. The biggest the cost of not only the MBA program, but the prerequisite courses she needed to qualify for the MBA cohort. Sarah, in her words, “kept looking in different corners” to help Gemma realize her dream. When all possibilities seemed exhausted, Jane Cahaly, who heads AU’s study abroad program and is a Rotary Club member in Anderson, recalled scholarships for foreign students Upstate South Carolina clubs provide. A few more strange connections involving parents of incoming students and hundreds of emails, Skype interviews, and other serendipitous quirks of fate, each of which would make a good story, Gemma found herself at AU with a full scholarship, a place to live and a dream come true. She smiles when she thinks about her fortune while Sarah calls it the providence of God and a miracle, concepts Gemma is only now beginning to learn about. One thing she does know for certain, however, is that she loves the openness and warmth of the Anderson University community. “The biggest surprise has been a good one,” she says. “The professors are very accessible here. In China, even though I attended one of the most prestigious universities in the whole country, I couldn’t approach a professor. Here they answer my questions and are accessible and very competent as well.” She also finds her fellow students to be quite different from the people she grew up with in China. “The students are so open to each other here,” she says. “They will always smile and say hello. In Shanghai, people don’t talk to each other.” That is, people not named Gemma, whose natural curiosity and eagerness to meet people in 2006 began a friendship that led her down a remarkable path to a dream come true.

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AU playhouse kicked off a strong season with A Raisin in the Sun, setting the stage for an exciting 2012-2013 theater season.

College of Visual & Performing Arts 2012-2013 Events

September 26-29

A Raisin in the Sun, by Lorraine Hansberry. 7:30 pm with a 2:00 pm matinee on September 29th. Belk Theatre. October 24-27

Barnum, Music by Cy Coleman, Lyrics by Michael Stewart, Book by Mark Bramble. Henderson Auditorium. 7:30 pm. February 20-23

Doubt, a Parable, by John Patrick Shanley. 7:30 pm with a 2:00 pm matinee on February 23rd. Belk Theatre. April 10-13

Mother Courage and Her Children, by Bertolt Brecht, translated by John Willett. 7:30 pm with a 2:00 pm matinee on April 13th. Belk Theatre. April 23

Dance Concert. 7:30 pm. Henderson Auditorium.

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criminal justice Center of Excellence up and running What was once the center of operations for regional power giant Duke Energy is alive again, this time with the sounds of learning, emergency preparedness, and law enforcement training-all under the banner of Anderson University.

Justice. “We have five different undergraduate CRJ courses being taught plus courses for two cohorts of The Command College of South Carolina at Anderson University. The Anderson County Emergency Services Department has been very active in preparing agencies in our area for possible emergencies as well. FEMA’s National Center for Biomedical Research and Training, Academy of Counter-Terrorist Education from LSU taught a three-day training session for emergency preparedness personnel from Anderson, Abbeville, Oconee, and Greenville counties, the Oconee Nuclear Center, DHEC, and others,” he added. While the center is now alive with activity throughout the week, there is still room in the renovated building in downtown Anderson for other partners to become a part of the Center of Excellence. Negotiations are ongoing with local, regional, state, and even national law enforcement and emergency preparedness partners on possible future collaborations as the center grows.

A nderson University’s first permanent off-campus learning center, The Criminal Justice Center of Excellence and Homeland Security opened in August as AU’s Criminal Justice program and Command College of South Carolina began holding classes, while the Anderson County Emergency Operations Center joined them in one of the few collaborations between education and working law enforcement and emergency operations in the country.

“I am very excited about what is happening here at the Center of Excellence,” Ducworth says. “Our classrooms are well equipped, spacious, and comfortable. I have had a number of students remark about how much they enjoy having classes in this building. They are also excited about sharing a building with Anderson County law enforcement officials. Personnel from the Anderson County Emergency Services are equally excited about their facilities in this building.”

“After many months of planning and preparation, the AU CRJ Center of Excellence is wide open with many activities going on here,” says George Ducworth, dean of AU’s School of Criminal

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athletic news ...

Trojans in motion! Fall athletics are in full motion. Men’s Soccer welcome new coach.


athletic update men’s soccer men’s soccer welcomes new coach John Murphy was named Trojan head men’s soccer coach on July 11, 2012. “I am extremely pleased that Anderson University has attracted a candidate of John Murphy’s caliber.” said Director of Athletics Nancy Simpson. “He brings to us a breadth of experience at a variety of levels and is also a great mission fit for the university. I look forward to the future success of the program under John’s leadership and welcome him to Trojan Athletics.” A native of Quincy, Mass., Murphy has more than 20 years of experience as a player and coach, with nearly a decade of Major League Soccer coaching experience and nine seasons at the collegiate level as well.

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After claiming its second consecutive South Atlantic Conference Tournament title in 2011, the Anderson University men’s soccer team was picked to finish third this season in a vote by the league’s coaches, but the reigning regular-season South Atlantic Conference champions and two-time defending tournament titleholders will be looking to replace four All-Conference performers, including twotime SAC Player of the Year Lasse Sohrweide. A nderson, which finished last season ranked 25th in the nation, set a new school record with 17 wins and advanced to its third consecutive NCAA Tournament after posting a perfect 9-0 regularseason conference record. The Trojans also posted a school-record 11-match win streak en route to climbing as high as sixth in the polls. A trio of seniors — Lukas Hesse, Shu Ogawa, and Ben Jones — will be expected to lead the Trojans as they defend the title. Hesse started every match between the pipes last season en route to garnering first-team all-conference accolades a year ago and recorded nine shutouts on the season. His save percentage of 0.79 ranked 39th in the country and goals against average (0.996) was in the top two in the league and 43rd in the nation. Hesse posted 79 saves, while playing all but 19 minutes of the season.


Ogawa, a defensive midfielder, was named secondteam all-region and ranked third on the team with three assists on the season. He started 14 consecutive matches last season before suffering an injury. Jones, a 5-foot-7 midfielder, has started 45 matches and seen action in 61 contests during his three-year career. He notched a goal and a pair of assists last season and also performed in the classroom, being named the SAC Scholar-Athlete for men’s soccer. Ogawa and Hesse earned first-team preseason allconference accolades in August, while sophomore Tapiwa Munetsi and senior Zak Moss garnered second-team honors. Munetsi, a 5-foot-8 sophomore, saw action in 20 matches and started three contests. He was second in a very balanced offensive attack with 15 points on the strength of seven goals and an assist, while also ranking among team leaders with 14 shots on goal. The Anderson native booted two gamewinners last season, recording the first goal in a 3-0 shutout past Catawba and also notched the winning score in a 4-2 win over Wingate. Moss, a 5-foot-6 defender, played in 20 matches and drew a starting nod in 19. He played a pivotal part in AU’s nine shutouts and notched an assist in the Trojans’ 2-0 shutout at Brevard.

women’s soccer The Anderson women’s soccer team, which surprised a number of opponents a year ago, is determined to build on its previous success in 2012. The Trojans, who were tabbed to finish sixth in the South Atlantic Conference Coaches’ Poll, returned nine starters off last season’s squad that posted a 9-10-1 record and advanced to the semifinals of the Food Lion South Atlantic Tournament under firstyear head coach Samar Azem. Four of the top six scorers from last season are back on the pitch, while the nucleus of a stellar defensive unit that set a school record with seven shutouts will also return. Six of the returnees earned either first or secondteam preseason all-conference honors after turning in outstanding efforts last season and helping lead the squad to a No. 10 ranking in the Southeast Region during the season. Blending seven newcomers in with the returning veterans to build team unity was one of the goals of the preseason. A pair of seniors, Jessica Kleinberg and Carrie Settle, along with junior forward Krystal Goss are expected to lead the way up top.

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Kleinberg led the team with six goals last season and earned first-team preseason All-SAC honors, while Settle saw action in every match and scored a goal in the 3-1 road win past Converse. Goss was a second-team All-SAC selection after posting 33 shots a year ago and booted a pair of gamewinning scores on the season, while adding a team-best four assists. Carrie Settle, Chelsea Hamrick and Olivia Scalzitti also offer the Trojan coaching staff some options, as the trio possesses the versatility to see playing time in the midfield. The Trojans’ net-minder, junior Kaitlyn Neipp, also earned a preseason all-conference nod after a superb sophomore campaign that saw the T.L. Hanna product rank 47th nationally in save percentage while garnering 94 saves on the season and anchoring the defense. “We had a couple of last-minute roster changes, but it’s not necessarily about the quantity of players. It’s about the quality of players we have on our roster. We have very good quality players and I’m very excited about moving on with them. They have what it takes to achieve our goals and the best thing is that they are a very passionate, committed group. Opposing teams will have to work hard and give it everything to beat us and that’s what makes me feel so positive about the players we have coming in and the players we have returning.”

men’s cross country The Anderson University men’s cross country team posted a third-place finish in its inaugural appearance in the Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Championships in 2010, then notched second place as an encore last season. If the Trojans are to contend for the top spot in the SAC, they will have to break Mars Hill’s grip on the title, as the Lions have claimed the crown an astounding 15 consecutive years. Mars Hill has not finished lower than first place since Elon captured the title in 1996 – with MHC finishing second that year. No other school in the history of the SAC has taken home the championship besides Mars Hill, Elon (three times) and Lenoir-Rhyne (once).

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Mars Hill was tabbed as the preseason favorite again in 2012, narrowly edging AU for the top spot in the SAC Coaches’ Poll. Anderson had three student-athletes named to the preseason AllSAC Team, including first-teamers Parks Edwards and A lex Pena. Both finished in the top 10 at last year’s SAC Championship. “Our goal is to win the conference championship,” said Anderson head coach Randy Greer. “We were very close last year. It’s going to be a lot closer this year, if it can be closer. For the most part we have the same team back from last year and the guys have a chance to finish strong again this year. Our top five runners will be just as strong as last year.” The Trojans nearly dethroned nationally fifthranked Mars Hill last season, finishing just two points behind the Lions and return four runners who posted top-15 finishes in last season’s championship. Edwards paced the Trojans with a fourth-place effort, earning First-Team All-SAC accolades. Pena garnered an eighth-place finish, while junior Kyle Koby was named Second-team All-SAC after crossing the line in 12th.


“The conference is much stronger than it used to be. Mars Hill has had a long run, and both Wingate and Lenoir-Rhyne are going to be strong.”

of the top three teams – it’s just a matter of how we match up and how we do on that particular day. It will be a challenge to finish as high at the regional level.”

women’s cross country

Every returning Trojan runner posted a top-25 finish in last year’s league championship, with Robles leading the group with a ninth-place finish,

After winning its second consecutive Food Lion South Atlantic Conference Championship last October, the Anderson University women’s cross country team will be looking to make its mark in league history this season. No South Atlantic Conference team has claimed three straight championships since Mars Hill put a stranglehold on the title with five consecutive SAC crowns in the late nineties, while CarsonNewman notched three championships earlier in that decade. In its debut in the SAC, Anderson snapped Lenoir-Rhyne’s two-year win streak with the Trojans’ first league title in 2010. If AU head coach Randy Greer, the two-time SAC Coach of the Year, is to guide his squad to a successful encore, the Trojans will need to find a way to replace former standout and current assistant coach Whitney Bishoff. The Winder, Ga., native posted a phenomenal career during her time at Anderson, earning Conference Runner of the Year in both the South Atlantic Conference and Conference Carolinas, while capturing the individual title at the league championships and made two consecutive appearances in the NCAA Division II Cross Country Championships, earning All-America status in 2009 and holding numerous school records. Anderson was been voted No. 1 in the 2012 preseason SAC Coaches’ Poll, despite losing Bishoff, last year’s SAC Championship individual runner-up, to graduation and receiving five first-place votes in the poll. AU had three studentathletes named to the 2012 preseason All-SAC Team, led by first-team pick Hannah Robles. “It will be a completely different year without Whitney up front,” said Greer. “There will be a different feel to the team. We’ll be more of a pack-oriented team this year. We can do well at the conference level and we do have a shot at the conference championship. I believe we can be one

while also garnering second-team all-conference honors. Senior A manda Mahaffey, who crossed the line in 14th, was also named Second-Team All-SAC. Sophomore Sydney Hazel was named to the conference A ll-Freshman team after finishing 15th, while senior Emily Eckroth crossed the line in the 20th spot and junior Rachel Westberry finished 25th a year ago. “We’re going to have a group of girls that have won two conference championships; and with the exception of Whitney, they’re all still together,” added Greer. “We have a very experienced team.”

volleyball The 2012 edition of Anderson University

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volleyball will again be young, but youthful experience is one way to describe the Trojans for the upcoming campaign.

with different looks, depending on who’s playing well,” said Mosqueda. “And we will be better both offensively and defensively.”

Trojan fans will undoubtedly be familiar with this year’s Black and Gold, as fourth-year head coach Craig Mosqueda’s roster features 11 returning letterwinners, including eight sophomores, one junior and two seniors, along with four newcomers who are expected to vie for playing time.

Mosqueda believes he has the right mix of leadership, proven contributors and incoming talent to compete in the South Atlantic Conference.

Eight of the returning letterwinners saw significant playing time during the 2011 campaign and four have already made their mark in the school record books.

Mosqueda will rely on Meghan Cautero (So., 5-9, S) to set the table for her teammates this season after the sophomore saw action in all 30 matches during her rookie season a year ago. She already ranks in the top ten in the school record books in career assists after just one season, dishing out 753 assists, which was good enough for fourth place in assists per set (7.68) in Trojan volleyball history. The Naples, Fla., native recorded at least 30 digs on seven occasions last season, while notching three double-doubles.

The team boasts proven academic prowess, with an impressive nine team members named to the SAC Commissioner’s Honor Roll last year, and earned AVCA Team Academic honors during the offseason. AU will look to match that academic success with on-the-court achievement as well. “We will be very versatile and have the flexibility to move players around to different positions and go

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middle blockers Standout Tiffany Rowe (Sr., 6-3, MB) returns for her senior season and is expected to anchor the middle defensively after leading the team in blocks each of the past two seasons. One of the most accomplished blockers in Anderson history, Rowe ranked 26th in the nation in blocks per set (1.14) last year, while equaling the seventh-highest singleseason block tally with 112 last year. She notched a staggering 13 total blocks versus Mars Hill in late October; and entering her final season, the native of Myrtle Beach is poised to move even higher in the AU record books. Quality depth and versatility is a luxury Coach Mosqueda possesses this season, with another formidable sophomore, Hailey Pittman (So., 5-10, MB) in the middle. Pittman was third on the team with 137 kills last season and posted 27 total blocks. She ripped 12 service aces and led the team in attack percentage, posting a season-best .467 attack percentage at Lincoln Memorial on Oct. 22.

outside/rightside Shannon Gillespie (So., 5-10, OH) is a sophomore who brings tremendous athletic ability to the outside position; and in 2011 the Fishers, Ind., native asserted herself as one of the most powerful offensive weapons on the team, finishing first on the team with 312 kills, 26 service aces and ranked third on the team with 278 digs. Gillespie erupted to lead the Trojans in kills nine times, while reaching double-figure kills on 16 occasions and posted 12 double-doubles on the season. Joining Gillespie on the outside will be the squad’s lone junior, Joy Hiller (Jr., 6-0, OH/RH). A native of Greenville, S.C., Hiller was second on the team with 142 kills, leading the Trojans with a season-high 14 kills versus Flagler and 13 versus Lenoir-Rhyne, while rightside hitter Kelley Lacey (So., 5-9, RS), a sophomore from Farmland, Ind., will also see action on the outside. Lacey played in 29 matches, posting 136 digs, 95 kills and 18 assists on the season and was fourth on the team with 11 service aces.

defensive specialist/libero Another pair of sophomore leaders, Alix Hooker (So., 5-6, DS/L) and Kalie Endres (So., 5-6, DS/L) will be patrolling the backcourt again this season and Mosqueda again enjoys the flexibility of being able to switch players listed as liberos and defensive specialists on the roster. Endres ranked eighth in the league with nearly 400 digs last season, seeing action in 28 matches, while Hooker ranked second on the squad with more than 300 digs to her credit.

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honor roll of donors 2011-2012 The Daniel-Mickel Foundation

Giving Clubs On this and the following pages are the names of donors, listed by their respective giving club level:

1911 Founders Society Significant lifetime giving

Duke Energy Corporation Robert H. and Ruth Edwards

Frances L. Gaston 1947 *

Pat S. Howell 1949

Marie W. Henderson 1938 (deceased)

Linda D. Hufstetler 1957

Robert L. Hill 1943

COLUMNS SOCIETY

Dorothy G. Keith 1958 *

Hal W. Hall 1952*

Jane M. Kowalski 1956 * Shirley G. Landrith 1956

Charles Freeman/Felburn Foundation

SCHOLARS CIRCLE

Shirley J. Lark 1960 *

The Gambrill Foundation

Carolyn B. Mattox 1952 *

Ruth M. Lawrence 1960 *

William W., III and Frances L. (’47) Gaston Thomas C. and Sherrill K. (’66) Hall

Eleanor M. Malion 1942 *

PRESIDENT’S CLUB Martha M. A xmann 1957 *

The Ralph and Virginia Hendricks Foundation

Shirley J. Findley 1954 *

Robert L. (’43) and Gloria M. Hill

Emmie S. Gurley 1954 *

John D., Jr. and Carol Hopkins

W. Glenn Gurley 1955 *

Roy B. and Yvonne Jeffcoat

Geraldine C. Lazar 1952 *

Robert W. Klatt

Thomas R. Martin 1957 *

Scholars Circle $2,500 to $4,999

Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, Inc.

Betty N. Moore 1948 *

The Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation, Inc.

Virginia S. Riddle 1948

President’s Club $1,000 to $2,499

W. Richard McClellion, Jr.

Merritt Associates $10,000 or higher Columns Society $5,000 to $9,999

Denmark Circle $500 to $999 Oaks Society $100 to $499 Loyalty Club Up to $99 * Names in bold indicate new donors for fiscal year 6/1/2011 to 5/31/2012. ** Names with (*) indicate that a donor has given for five or more consecutive years.

1911 FOUNDERS SOCIETY In Recognition of Lifetime Giving The Abney Foundation AdvanceSC Mrs. David T. (Jane) Clamp

Jerry M. and Patricia Neal Mrs. John C. (Marie) Pracht, Jr. South Carolina Baptist Convention James H. and Gloria Stovall

Callie and John Rainey Foundation Chapman, Byrholdt & Yon, L.L.P. Dennis D. and Cynthia Claramunt Ron C. (’62) and Jan Cross

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Vermell C. Goblet 1960

Jim G. Watson 1951

DENMARK CIRCLE Mitzi K. Burden 1948 * Betty D. Long 1945 *

Dorothy J. McClain 1948 * Kenneth H. McClain 1949 * Louise L. McCommons 1938 Betty A. McCoy 1949 Helen S. Mills 1946 * Marilee C. Morris 1960 * Shirley D. Norris 1957 James F. Patterson 1960 * Joyce D. Patterson 1960 * Roberta Powell 1959 * Helen B. Rapella 1955 * Patricia B. Rowe 1953 * Elizabeth B. Rowland 1944 Margie G. Sallies 1949 * Nancy B. Sherer 1958 * Judith K. Shirley 1956 Dorothy W. Shore 1950 * (deceased)

The Stringer Foundation, Inc. J. R. and Catherine Swetenburg

OAKS SOCIETY

L. David Shore 1949 *

Thrift Brothers, Inc.

Nadine C. Barrett 1942

Doris C. Simons 1941

Samuel F. and Joellen Thrift

A nnie Frances Blackman 1945 *

Mary Ruth W. Stuart 1941 *

Thomas E. and Patsy Thrift

Sheila K. Brown 1958

Sue P. Stumm 1961

U. D. C. Dixie Chapter No. 395

Thomas L. Bruce 1948 *

Patricia H. Thompson 1957

Ann J. Vandiver

Doris B. Burdette 1948

Mimi L. Thurman 1961 *

The Walker Agency, Inc./Palmetto Insurance Associates, Inc.

Melvina H. Busby 1942 *

June H. Timmerman 1945 *

Marshall L. Campbell 1949

Georgia Lou Welborn 1961

Frances S. Watkins and Family

Sara Frances Campbell 1945 *

Thula S. Whitt 1955

Mrs. William E. (Marian) Watson

Jerry D. Cheek 1961

Edith W. Williams 1945 *

Mrs. J. Frank Williams

Beatrice Clamp 1947 *

Betty B. Winter 1954 *

Laura H. Cochran 1949 *

James F. Withers, Jr. 1955 *

Jean C. Cooley 1949 *

Barbara T. Yon 1949

ALUMNI DONORS 1911-1961

Patricia A nn S. Copley 1951 * Sara Jo Cowan 1953 *

LOYALTY CLUB

Margaret G. Davis 1955 *

Rebecca J. A ikens 1954

Catherine C. Edwards 1943 *

Frances L. Arbes 1946 *

June K. Griffin 1949 *

Troyce A. Ashley 1960 *

Barbara C. Gurley 1954 *

Doris B. Bell 1946

Irene H. Hadden 1936

T. Patricia Bell 1954 *

MERRITT ASSOCIATES

Frances E. Hamby 1946

Harriett G. Bentley 1958

H. Ray Bunton 1960

Karen T. Hannen 1957

Savilla G. Blackmon 1956

Mary Anne Bunton 1960

Betty H. Harvin 1955 *

Mary Martha H. Blalock 1954 *

Rachel P. Davis 1939 *

Emma Lee F. Holman 1944

Beverly A. Bramlett 1959 *

GOLDEN ANCHORS Alumni who have celebrated the 50th anniversary of graduation

ARAMARK Campus Services The Belk Foundation

Martha E. Johnston 1941 (deceased) Jerry W. Keese 1957


A nn L. Brooks 1959 *

Jane R. Creswell 1955 *

Ronald L. Gilreath 1961

Jo Anne F. Shell 1948 *

Carol C. Brown 1945 *

JoAnn M. Crider 1960 *

Sarah S. Glenn 1944

Patricia C. Shell 1951 *

Cynthia A. Campbell 1957 *

Leona W. Crowther 1940 *

Kate B. Goodson 1945

Peggy J. Sheppard 1941 *

Gwen M. Carey 1955

Elizabeth B. Dandridge 1940 *

Foy M. Griffin 1951

Dolores T. Small 1952 *

Lyndon R. Carey 1954

Virginia C. d’A rmand 1955 *

A ngela B. Hamilton 1958 *

Barbara R. Smith 1956 *

Jean R. Carter 1961

Martha O. Davenport 1936 *

Marion G. Hammond 1952 *

Frances L. Smith 1949

Helen B. Clark 1941 *

Clarence E. Dickson 1960

Lorraine T. Hardee 1948

H. Gene Smith 1954 *

Ruth A. Clark 1955 *

Nancy E. Dorris 1952 *

Mary M. Hardee 1954 *

Harriet G. Smith 1945

Barbara B. Clary 1956

H. David Edmonds 1958 *

Rita B. Harper 1961

Betty M. Stanley 1949

Sue F. Cochran 1956

Judith H. Edmonds 1959 *

Sara M. Harris 1960

Marian E. Starnes 1959

Jean Coker 1959

Martha H. Ellis 1948 *

Margaret B. Hayes 1942

James H. Stewart 1948 *

Gail D. Cole 1960

Joan K. Elrod 1945 *

Linda W. Hicks 1947 *

B. J. Taylor 1959

Harriett K. Cook 1956 *

Doris B. English 1959

Dorothy B. Honea 1944

Doris A. Taylor 1948

Barbara A. Cooley 1953 *

Elaine W. Epstein 1957

George M. Hooper 1960

Vivian N. Trotter 1945

M. Elizabeth Cooley 1952

Harley E. Feltman, Jr. 1958 *

Melvie C. Hooper 1942 *

A nn S. Turner 1956 *

Vance Cooley, Jr. 1951

Mary Katherine Fetscher 1961

Doris W. Hoover 1955 *

Leona E. Tyner 1942 *

Edna S. Cotton 1941 *

Betty K. Gable 1953 *

Elizabeth M. Jennings 1935 *

Marian L. Van Eseltine 1951

Penny C. Crane 1959 *

Dorothy M. Gantt-Hart 1961

Sylvene B. Jones 1952 *

Georgia P. Vasilos 1947 *

Joan J. Creamer 1942

Ernestine A. Gillam 1958

Lugenia W. Kemp 1952 *

Jo S. Vickery 1961

W. Roy Creamer 1941

Jo Anne W. Gilreath 1961

Kathryn W. Ketcham 1959

Betty S. Walker 1952

A nna Jean M. Kilgore 1950

Louise M. Ware 1960 *

Jack L. Kilgore 1948

William N. Welborn 1960

Mary M. League 1942 *

Virginia M. Wiggins 1941 *

Hazel M. Lee 1961

Sybil B. Williams 1946 *

Henry J. Lindsey, Jr. 1941

Mary G. Willis 1947 *

Susan B. Lindsey 1941 *

Evelyn M. Wilson 1945

Mary C. Lo Cigno 1954 *

Mary R. Wilson 1949

Linda B. Loper 1959

Sybil A. Wilson 1946

Linda W. Love 1959 *

Linda J. Witherspoon 1957

Helen C. Lyerly 1952 *

Joan C. Wright 1948 *

Rose L. Marlar 1945 *

Hazel B. Young 1945 *

Alumni Association Board The Alumni Association Board of Directors consists of alumni from the various decades. Its mission is to foster the relationship between the University and its alumni, to promote the advancement of Anderson University and its alumni, and to promote the purpose of Anderson University as a Christian liberal arts institution. The Board meets two times per year and sponsors Homecoming activities, including a Silent Auction with proceeds benefiting the needs of current students. Robert B. Wilson 1982, President Gary T. Bailey 2001, President-elect Scott E. Whitaker 2001, Past President Megan Balentine 2009 Portia S. Franklin 1964 Malea D. Gray 1976 Brooke Hunt 2001 Tyra H. King 2005 Kathryn R. Middleton 1963 William E. Middleton 1963 Laneika K. Musalini 2006 Caleb J. Owen 2005 Carolyn G. Owens 1966 Demika S. Patterson 2003 Shelia V. Rouda 1969 Cheryl M. Street 1969 Betty Jo S. Thompson 1964 Tracy G. Willis 1986

Gail N. Martin 1947 Joe C. Martin, Sr. 1959 * (deceased) Elizabeth G. McClellan 1954 * Emilie D. McFall 1957 * Yvonne H. Miller 1960 *

ALUMNI DONORS BY CLASS (1962-2012)

Betty H. Mitchell 1961

CLASS OF 1962

Miriam A. Munn 1953 *

50th Reunion October 26-27, 2012

Louise A. Murdock 1946 * Doris C. Nix 1957 * Mary S. Ogan 1956 *

SCHOLARS CIRCLE

Judy B. Palmer 1960 *

Ron C. Cross *

Denver W. Patterson 1961 Catherine B. Perry 1943

OAKS SOCIETY

Louise C. Plecker 1956

Linda B. Gambrell *

Rosemary S. Price 1957 *

Frances K. Kelly

E. Rayford Prince 1961

Elaine Martin *

J. Harold Rogers 1948

Dollie H. Vines *

Marshall E. Sargent 1959 Terry K. Savage 1959

LOYALTY CLUB

Mercedes G. Scales 1945 *

Sam J. Batson *

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Rebecca M. Chamblee

OAKS SOCIETY

Genny C. Hindman *

Lewis A. Stewart, Jr. *

Linda S. Cromer

Linda C. Boyd

Carol S. Long

Charles A. Wooten *

Jessie L. Gaillard *

Judy M. Faulkenberry

H. Dean Long

Martha E. Hanson

Gerald D. Huskamp

Ruth B. McCurry *

LOYALTY CLUB

Derrell V. Jones *

Martha B. Kaylor *

Richard E. Parnell *

Joseph E. Earle

A. Owen McAlister, Jr.

Lee M. Lanier

Kay C. Smith *

Genie A. Futrell *

Delores C. McAlister

James H. McLean *

Jane B. Unti *

Willis T. McGee *

Mary Lou W. McKee

Betty Jo N. Thompson

LeClair S. Welborn

Edward M. Rice, Jr.

Linda A. Vaughan *

Nancy L. Vosburgh *

Joyce S. Wightman *

Barbara M. Vanadore Barbara R. Walters

CLASS OF 1963 SCHOLARS CIRCLE Richard H. Franklin

PRESIDENT’S CLUB Kathryn R. Middleton William E. Middleton

LOYALTY CLUB Mary S. Allen * Chris S. Beaman Betty K. Brock Janie N. Bryant Margaret A. Cody Mary A. Edmonds

CLASS OF 1966 SCHOLARS CIRCLE Sherrill K. Hall *

Charles M. Wilson Foster H. Yarborough, Jr. *

CLASS OF 1968

Thomas C. Hall *

SCHOLARS CIRCLE

Glenda P. Gordon

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

T. Larry Gramling *

Linda A. Merritt

George T. Watson

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Ronald L. Hyatt *

OAKS SOCIETY

Harriet D. McClain

OAKS SOCIETY

William J. Acker *

Betty M. Montague

Robert L. Cloaninger *

W. Lee Cooper

Langford S. Mull, Jr. *

George W. Hance, Jr.

OAKS SOCIETY

Wilma D. Hayes

Gloria V. Nelson

Thomas G. Madden *

Clara E. Addis *

Violet N. Lanier *

Richard T. Poore

John F. Robuck, Jr. *

Charles W. Hayes

H. Thomas Ligon, Jr.

Ellen T. Rogers

Wendell E. Lunsford *

Bonta D. Smith

LOYALTY CLUB

Allen O. Mauldin *

Glenn R. Smith

Jane M. Childs

James M. Pilgrim *

Jeanette M. Syracuse-Edwards

Donald A. Hall

LOYALTY CLUB

Karen W. Ponder *

Carole D. Wasnesky *

Elaine D. Hunter *

Hubert E. Bishop, Jr.

M. Hampton Hunter, III *

Brenda B. Blasco *

Nancy L. Jones

Michael A. Buchanan

Mary M. McGee *

M. Judson Busbee *

Jacqueline A. Nowell

Barbara A. Campbell *

Marsha L. Pache

Gail J. Clifton *

Jane M. Seigler

J. Bruce Creamer

Jill P. Singleton *

Anne S. Hostilo

Annie Claire Tribble

LOYALTY CLUB Terry S. Anderson

CLASS OF 1965

Jeannette G. DuBose *

DENMARK CIRCLE

Sara V. Freeman

Thomas R. Young, Sr. *

Annette H. Hyatt *

James P. Clamp *

Nancy L. Hill James A. Parler, Jr.

Peggy B. Murden *

OAKS SOCIETY

Nancy P. Williams *

Judy S. Lusk *

Irene J. Neely *

Earl Gault *

Sherry P. Wilson

Elizabeth P. Newall *

Linda D. Shaw

Tally E. Hood, Jr.

Larry L. Wright

Alfred C. Nix *

Roger D. Shaw

Margaret M. Lanier Albert R. Maynard *

CLASS OF 1964

Lynn W. Merritt * Tony L. Strawhorn Ann H. Strickland *

SCHOLARS CIRCLE

N. Randy Strickland, Jr. *

Portia S. Franklin

Lillian M. Thrift *

Scotti W. Tatum *

CLASS OF 1967

Mary P. Welborn

45th Reunion October 26-27, 2012

CLASS OF 1969

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

COLUMNS SOCIETY

J. Mike Thrasher *

Robert W. Orr *

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

LOYALTY CLUB

Donald G. McLeese *

Jim B. Boggs

OAKS SOCIETY

OAKS SOCIETY

Emily C. Gulledge

Judith A. Darnell *

Brenda C. Brown *

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Gerald M. Chastain *

D. Grooms Johnson

SCHOLARS CIRCLE

Ann S. Johnson *

Fumi O. Janssen

Deborah D. Longshore

Joy Craft *

Charlotte D. Melroy

Dunneah G. Ogletree *

M. Bruce Longshore

Mary H. Peddicord *

John V. Rainey *

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Shelia V. Rouda

Dale Riddle *

Doug L. Davison *

Cheryl M. Street *

J. Marion Shaw *

Jacqueline M. Garrett *

Jean A. Toole

Dianne W. Vaughn

Preston E. Garrett *

F. Warren Wood

E. Anne Martin *

LOYALTY CLUB

LOYALTY CLUB

Patricia L. Boleman

Thomas E. Craft

Joseph B. Bryant

Deborah B. Grooms *

OAKS SOCIETY

Martha S. Burkhart

C. Andy Jarman

Nancy B. Anderson *

Wanda J. Collins

Philip S. Keown *

Phillip S. Ashley

Freida C. Farmer

Gary S. Newman

Wofford B. Caughman, Jr.

Claire C. Feener

Dearyl L. Todd *

Lee P. Milam

Fred H. Gamble

Sherryl W. Toole *

Pat G. Smith

Martha E. Hawkins *

Julie O. White

W. Eddie Howard, Jr. Carol B. Menees * Robert E. Ricketts N. Clifton Satterwhite, Jr. Samuel B. Venturella

CLASS OF 1970

R. Dean Woods *

LOYALTY CLUB

CLASS OF 1972

Anne C. Babb *

40th Reunion October 26-27, 2012

James E. Baker, Jr. Jeanne M. Cox Lenny Farmer

PRESIDENT’S CLUB Jerry A. Whitmire *

Janice B. Hembree Elva C. Martin * Robert L. Palmer

OAKS SOCIETY

OAKS SOCIETY

Betty Jo Henderson

Donald E. Cantrell *

Virginia S. O’Barr *

C. Ronald Fousek Jimmy R. King

Linda B. Pitt * Stephen K. Pitts * Patricia H. Ray * David R. Rice * Mary W. Roberts *

CLASS OF 1975 PRESIDENT’S CLUB Harrianne B. Lynch T. Dale Lynch Margaret H. MacKay * Richard A. Shirley * John A. Tribble

DENMARK CIRCLE Carol S. Mills

OAKS SOCIETY Terry W. Butler * Susan N. Dickens (deceased) Robert G. Hammond Grace R. Lyle * Deborah H. Patterson * Richard A. Phillips Sallie S. Phillips Kathy B. Reynolds * Wally W. Scott, III * Marilyn F. Tothacer

LOYALTY CLUB

LOYALTY CLUB

Samuel N. McClure

Susan C. Bryant

Sarah W. Pardue

Andrew R. Burriss

Deborah S. Shaw *

CLASS OF 1974

Judson E. Hair, Jr. *

LOYALTY CLUB

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

W. Carl Crane, III

Clarice H. Howard

Betty R. Carson

Jacque W. Davison *

L. Linwood Floyd, Jr.

Lee S. Keese *

Sonya B. Goodman *

F. Gayle Patterson *

Daniel F. Martuscello *

Dianne M. Pope *

Gerald R. McCown

Shirley B. Thomas *

Kathey B. Ricketts

Lana B. Todd

Gladys M. Spires *

William L. Becker

Susan M. Creamer

DENMARK CIRCLE Ann B. Edwards

Marcus R. Bishop L. Wilton Brown

Elizabeth S. Terry *

CLASS OF 1971

Janice F. Bishop

Daniel N. Tollison * Denise N. Walden Ronnie G. Williams *

Lucille R. Floyd

DENMARK CIRCLE

Edward V. Jenkins

Randal S. Mills

William R. Koger, Jr. Marijo Lamb *

OAKS SOCIETY Thomas J. Bell * Mary E. Looper * Joy M. Rish * Teresa C. Scarlett * Nancy M. Wright

Diane E. Limbaugh

CLASS OF 1973

OAKS SOCIETY

COLUMNS SOCIETY

Lorhett B. Finch

Sammy W. Dickson, III *

LOYALTY CLUB Talula W. Adams *

Charles W. Lyle Lance P. McKinney * Daniel W. Mitchell * John M. Odom, Jr. * Julia Y. Olsen * David M. Southerland J. Alan Stoddard * Janice C. Walters * Rhonda L. Warren

Mary F. Hudson

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CLASS OF 1976

CLASS OF 1977

CLASS OF 1978

OAKS SOCIETY Ricky L. Bell * Robert R. Campbell *

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

OAKS SOCIETY

Malea D. Gray *

Martha S. Clamp *

Scott A. Dickey *

Sharon R. Fields-McCormick *

Tena L. Hellams *

D. Bryan Hamrick

David S. Merritt, Jr. *

DENMARK CIRCLE

Sue L. Skinner *

OAKS SOCIETY

Jane M. Acevedo

LOYALTY CLUB

J. David Alewine

LOYALTY CLUB

Kathy A. Allen

OAKS SOCIETY

A. Lynn Cathey *

Deborah D. Blume

Susan R. Bowen *

Thomas C. Alexander

Becky M. Farmer *

Marilyn M. Busch *

Brian Callihan

Robert G. Beville *

Lisa G. Fouche *

P. Martin Cagle *

Marlee L. Carey

Lyndon M. Carey *

Lynn S. Hammonds *

Gail L. Campbell

Kaye M. Dickerson *

Samuel C. Cely

T. Michael Hammonds *

Joie W. Kay

G. William Johnson

Carolyn B. Hammond

Kimberly S. Miller

Tracey H. Ramsey *

Mary W. McDaniel *

Ansel E. Norris

Kip D. Miller

Starr L. Semones

Cathy Y. Parnell

Gary M. Patterson *

Carol L. Pierce

Debbie P. Varner *

Alan D. Rampey

Brenda F. Rainey *

Katrina A. Sacoco

Barry F. Schumpert *

Jerry K. Sosebee

CLASS OF 1979

LOYALTY CLUB

LOYALTY CLUB

MERRIT ASSOCIATES

Marsha C. Cheek

Sharon D. Brown

Alice S. McCallum

Tony H. Crowe

Amy A. Buckingham *

Susan T. Fernandez

Carol J. Dempsey

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Linda R. Hoffman *

Robert S. Fagg

Pam B. Ross *

Susan P. Johnson *

Teresa M. Gunn *

Claudia G. Key *

Randy Harling

DENMARK CIRCLE

Theresa G. Campbell *

John S. McFadden

Rosemary I. Inabinet *

Phillip K. Martin

Jack N. Holland *

Marion B. Mobley

Karen M. McMullan *

James E. Motes *

JoVanna J. King

Carol W. Walker

Barbara N. Satterwhite Patrick A. Shirley

Susan M. Walkup Kindra B. Williams *

CLASS OF 1981 PRESIDENT’S CLUB Judy E. Johnson *

OAKS SOCIETY

William D. West, Sr.

OAKS SOCIETY Kathy P. Fletcher *

LOYALTY CLUB

Cheryl B. Pulliam

Clarice M. Brooks

D. Randy Reeves

Connie M. Fowler

Phil S. Sargent

Michelle S. Fussell

BOARD OF TRUST 2012

Terry M. Tritt

David M. Satterwhite

Mrs. Martha Axmann Mrs. Melba Banton Mrs. Mary Anne Bunton Mr. Hugh Burgess Mr. Gerald J. Caskey Dr. V. Laniel Chapman* Dr. Daniel T. Cooper Mr. C. Nakia Davis Mr. George H. Durham Rev. Timothy L. Edmonds Mr. William C. Elks, Jr. Dr. Troy M. Gregg Mr. Donald D. Harper Rev. Alex D. Henderson Dr. Benjamin Littlejohn Dr. James M. Lusk

LOYALTY CLUB

Carla B. Shaw

Gail C. Crowe

Susan M. Stegall *

Sandy L. Satterwhite Mr. Kip Miller Mrs. Denny Neilson Mrs. Patricia Panagakos Mr. W. Ray Partain Dr. Mark Quarterman Rev. William C. Rigsby Mr. Charlie C. Sanders, Jr., Chairman Mr. Edward Stewart Mr. James H. Stovall* Dr. Samuel F. Thrift* Dr. Thomas E. Thrift* Mrs. Phyllis Webster Dr. Robert G. Winburn *Lifetime MemberS

Jan C. Gault Susan P. Gray A. Renee Harris * Douglas L. Marett Jonathan T. McClure Darrell W. Parnell

CLASS OF 1980

CLASS OF 1982 30th Reunion October 26-27, 2012

MERRIT ASSOCIATES Robert B. Wilson

OAKS SOCIETY PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Gregory E. Allgood *

John T. Hellams, Jr. *

Kelly A. Bell * Timothy E. Hendricks

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LOYALTY CLUB

CLASS OF 1986

Deirdre W. Francis

LOYALTY CLUB

LOYALTY CLUB

Denise S. Beggs

Pamela N. Burnett

Michele Gogul

OAKS SOCIETY

John A. Dempsey, III

Melanie W. Ferguson *

Cindy H. Hudson

Suann M. McClure

Linda H. Denny *

Angie M. Hunter

Janet D. Jones *

Linda R. Taylor *

Vicki S. Lewis

Shannon E. Kohn

Laurie W. Whitaker

Leslie N. Murch

Hilda B. Lindley Michael D. Madden

LOYALTY CLUB

Carlene M. Roberts

Adele B. Aycock

Mark D. Roberts

Malinda H. Bannister Melissa M. Brown

W. Phillip Pike

CLASS OF 1990 PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Roger A. Simmons

CLASS OF 1995

CLASS OF 1983

Bill W. Burdette

OAKS SOCIETY

Betty A. Crump *

Lisa E. Corley *

Gregory E. Dobbs *

David H. Fant

Stacy B. Dodds

Helen T. Heaton

Michael G. Griffith

Lynne M. Huitt

Crystal M. Koch

Amanda P. Wilson

Triantafilli Padasis

LOYALTY CLUB

Melissa A. Sisk

Wendy L. Ashley-Bobo

LOYALTY CLUB

Marietta Y. Steele

Darryl L. Franklin *

Ameldia L. Todd *

Chad E. Singleton

Susan S. Whitfield

Stuart E. Spires

Donna S. Burdette

LOYALTY CLUB Melanie S. Covington Julie B. Dubose Charles C. Heatherly, Jr. Robbie C. Newman * Carla D. Newton * Andrea M. Stephens

CLASS OF 1984

CLASS OF 1987 25th Reunion October 26-27, 2012

PRESIDENT’S CLUB Maria M. Dunlap

Rodney L. Cleveland

Diana T. Bolding *

Beth J. Croft *

Gregory D. Rice

Chad R. Nelms * Kendra B. Woodson *

Antonio D. Young

CLASS OF 1991 OAKS SOCIETY Lisa K. Whatley

Thomas M. Gantt Frank A. Norris, Jr.

Lori P. Hall Michelle T. Rice

OAKS SOCIETY

CLASS OF 1988

LOYALTY CLUB John C. Gillis, Jr.

LOYALTY CLUB

Catherine R. Poulos

Thad P. Carpenter

LOYALTY CLUB Joseph A. Edwards *

OAKS SOCIETY June B. Copeland Gayle M. Merritt

LOYALTY CLUB John M. Collins Linda A. Dean * Robert H. Moules, Jr.

PRESIDENT’S CLUB Candice C. Kirven

OAKS SOCIETY Linda O. Millwood * Kevin M. Selman *

CLASS OF 1992

Tommy L. Watson, Jr. *

No gifts to report

LOYALTY CLUB

CLASS OF 1993 LOYALTY CLUB Karmon M. Carpenter

CLASS OF 1985

CLASS OF 1996

Kimberly A. Elmore

W. Ed Duvall *

LOYALTY CLUB

Gary L. Horton

OAKS SOCIETY OAKS SOCIETY

OAKS SOCIETY Joseph C. Miller *

MERRIT ASSOCIATES

Beechard C. McConnell, III

CLASS OF 1989

Guy D. Kohn

DENMARK CIRCLE

CLASS OF 1994

Beverly A. Franklin * Regina C. Hudson * Norma G. Hughes-Smith J. Stephen Smith, Jr. Tracy M. Spires Jill G. Steeves Carolyn G. Young

Donald Acevedo

OAKS SOCIETY OAKS SOCIETY

Scott N. Cline *

D. Craig Bishop

Jill A. Strickland *

Timothy L. Edmonds

Dusty G. Woods *

Carolyn G. McClellan

CLASS OF 1997 15th Reunion October 26-27, 2012

OAKS SOCIETY Elizabeth M. Cribbe

Tammy C. Vaughn *

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LOYALTY CLUB

OAKS SOCIETY

Stuart J. Moore

LOYALTY CLUB

Jan B. James *

Laura M. Chapman *

Jacob A. Queen

Elizabeth L. Cranford

Meredith E. Powell

Patrick N. Cromer *

CLASS OF 1998

Christopher W. Edwards

LOYALTY CLUB

Beth Horton *

Susan A. Ashley Winfred T. Green *

LOYALTY CLUB

Maricary M. Hansen

Jason M. Burley

Joshua S. Merry

Cari L. Carter

Kyle R. Owings *

LOYALTY CLUB

Patricia J. Coffey

Shelli H. Rutland

Amy S. Simmons

Jane A. Hawley

Becky Simpson *

Angela H. Singleton

Bobby J. James

Betty A. Springer

OAKS SOCIETY Marcia D. Selman *

Rhonda C. McMahan

CLASS OF 1999 PRESIDENT’S CLUB M. Douglas Black

OAKS SOCIETY Harry B. Mays, III H. Steve Morrison James B. Woodson *

LOYALTY CLUB Charles E. Johnson * Meleah B. Thomas

Angela H. Tilson Scott E. Whitaker *

CLASS OF 2002 10th Reunion October 26-27, 2012

OAKS SOCIETY

Thomas M. Young

OAKS SOCIETY C. Nakia Davis Anne-Marie N. Rice John F. Stevenson Katherine B. Warren *

Sterling K. Draper

SCHOLARS CIRCLE

Wanda D. Fricks *

R. Todd Price *

Clare M. Nunnery

OAKS SOCIETY Daryl A. Iverson

LOYALTY CLUB

Ashley M. Sutton

CLASS OF 2009

Ashley F. Smoak

Genia M. Holbrook Meagan L. Pack

Yoko S. Shigemi Charles A. Sprouse, Sr. *

CLASS OF 2003

CLASS OF 2006

Rachel L. Young

LOYALTY CLUB

Diane B. Sutherland *

Samuel B. Cann

OAKS SOCIETY Kathy G. Kay *

DENMARK CIRCLE Brenda Y. McKee *

Elizabeth F. Walker

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

LOYALTY CLUB

Sara G. Crocker Tanya L. West

CLASS OF 2010

Donna L. Harrington

LOYALTY CLUB

Laneika K. Musalini

DENMARK CIRCLE

Ronald L. Bell, Jr.

Crystal J. Smith

W. Michael Coffin

Brian L. Gurley Ronald B. James, Jr. *

CLASS OF 2007 5th Reunion October 26-27, 2012

Margaret S. Hagan *

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Joya B. Sellers

Kelly D. Godwin (M.Ed., 2009)

Pamela P. Higgins

Jason D. Rutland

Gary T. Bailey *

Susan J. Bowen

Joshua R. Crocker

Heather J. Burley

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Kevin M. Young

Emily D. Munn

Betty W. Miller

CLASS OF 2001

Paula J. Palomo (MBA, 2012)

Terri R. Heard

LOYALTY CLUB

Thomas J. Pekarik

Cheryl A. Lusk

OAKS SOCIETY

Apryl A. Bailey *

DENMARK CIRCLE

OAKS SOCIETY

Lori B. Foster *

Carla H. Shuler

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

CLASS OF 2008

Sherry J. Cook *

Norman E. Keasler *

CLASS OF 2000

Dawn M. Harbin

LOYALTY CLUB

CLASS OF 2005

James L. Dochney

LOYALTY CLUB

Jason R. Cranford

CLASS OF 2004 DENMARK CIRCLE

DENMARK CIRCLE John R. LeSueur

OAKS SOCIETY Nathaniel R. Milhous

LOYALTY CLUB Caroline T. Brewer Jessica K. Cann Silas B. Crisp

OAKS SOCIETY

Gabrielle M. Dempsey

James S. Kines

Abbas J. Fakoornejad

OAKS SOCIETY

Allison P. Scott

Nathan S. Hill

Jason A. Lanning

Jonathan R. Scott

Laura F. Metz

A mber L. Griffey

Jenna L. Mitchell


Allyson J. Randall

Julie E. Lundgren

Heather McAlister

Ms. Ann K. Robinson

Kyle Reid

Brittany H. McCoy

Meredith McCray

Mr. and Mrs. Louie Ross

Korie L. Sellers

Sandra G. O’Neal

Amanda Pace

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Thrift *

Courtney M. Smith

Courtney A. Sargent

Candace Pace

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Thrift *

Felicia H. Suto

Laura G. Seear

Adina Richardson

Mrs. Ann J. Vandiver *

Joyce P. Wood

T. Jensen Seear

Lindsey Riley

Mr. and Mrs. W. Patrick Yon *

Teresa L. Smith

Hannah Thompson

Rachel A. Spoon

Alex Wardlaw

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Amber Wengerd

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aaron

CLASS OF 2011 OAKS SOCIETY Andrew P. Driver

Ashley E. Thomas Richard C. Van De Water Sarah E. Welch

Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Adams *

FRIENDS

Kelly N. Edwards

LOYALTY CLUB

Morgan J. Martin

Carla B. Clardy

MERRITT ASSOCIATES

Christopher C. McBride

Kristen N. Fischer Brianne Holmes

The Honorable and Mrs. G. Ross Anderson, Jr. *

Jo’el Lamb

Hon. S. Truett Cathy *

Nancy C. Lawson

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Durham

LOYALTY CLUB Della A. Baker Elizabeth B. Bouchillon

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Edwards

Amy K. Clary

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Gantt, Jr. *

Shannon M. Decken

The Honorable William and Frances Gaston *

Lauren M. Fincher Kennedi E. Garrison Candace N. Gowan Brittany D. McKinnish

TOP TEN CLASSES IN ALUMNI PARTICIPATION CLASS

PERCENT

Rosalind D. Rice

1964

45%

Jeffrey G. Stevens

1930-1961

40%

1962

36%

1963

36%

CLASS OF 2012 PRESIDENT’S CLUB Caroline L. Brewer

OAKS SOCIETY Danielle N. Atkinson

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Boles * Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brill Mr. Thomas C. Brittain Dr. and Mrs. Juan A. Brown Mr. Tyler K. Bryant Ms. Carol E. Burdette

Dr. and Mrs. James O’Quinn

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Cauthen *

Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Quarterman

Dr. and Mrs. James A. Chisman *

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie C. Sanders, Jr. *

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis D. Claramunt *

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Stovall *

Mrs. Marie M. Collins *

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Thrift *

Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Crowder, Sr. *

Mr. and Mrs. David Walker *

34%

1973

28%

1966

27%

COLUMNS SOCIETY

1975

27%

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Elks, Jr.

1969

27%

Mr. and Mrs. William N. Epps, Jr.

1968

24%

Mr. and Mrs. Stephan R. Farr Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Harper Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Littlejohn

Anna M. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Beard *

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Caskey *

Amy Bowens-Preston

Gretchen Dalton

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Bayne *

Mr. Robert W. Klatt

1965

SPECIAL GIFT STUDENT ALUMNI ASSOCIATION

Ms. Karen Ashy

Mr. Robert B. Carpenter, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hewett

Candace L. Buchanan

Mr. and Mrs. Beattie B. Ashmore *

Dr. and Mrs. Roy B. Jeffcoat

Emily J. Ayer Justin R. Bryant

Dr. and Mrs. Sterling Allen

Mr. and Mrs. W. Richard Mattox * Mr. and Mrs. Walter Panagakos Vivian B. Chapman & Family

Bevin A. Davis

Jill Baxter

Christine W. Davis

Rachael Budd

John W. Davis, III

Maggie Burkey

Kristen Devlin

Noelle Cady

Chase D. Epting

Janelle Crocker

Kelsey M. Farnham

Devonte Dixson

Brittany Hall

Natalie Feder

Natalie C. Hammonds

Jean Foltz

Melanie F. Helm

Whitney Gilstrap

Kerri E. Hollifield

Alix Hooker

Mr. and Mrs. Cobb Oxford *

Elizabeth B. Lucas

Leo Lopez

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rainey *

Dr. Peggy and Mr. John Deane * Mr. and Mrs. James T. Douglas, III * Dr. and Mrs. William S. Dunlap, Jr. * Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Eskridge Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Fant, Jr. * Dr. Jane Ferguson-Clamp Mr. and Mrs. John F. Fiedler Dr. and Mrs. Troy M. Gregg Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Hagins Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Hagood, III * Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Hall * Mr. Randolph V. Hayes *

SCHOLARS CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hopkins, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Berry *

Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Hughes, III *

Mr. Bruce A. Byrholdt *

Mr. and Mrs. B. Mendell Key

Dr. and Mrs. Laniel Chapman *

Mr. and Mrs. George W. King

Mr. Tommy King

Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Kirven

Mr. and Mrs. R. Carter Knobel *

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Kirven *

Mr. and Mrs. Hamid Mohsseni *

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Long *

Mr. and Mrs. D. Kirk Oglesby, Jr. *

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Rainey *

Dr. and Mrs. James M. Lusk * Mr. and Mrs. Royd C. Lutz Mr. and Mrs. Mike Magaha Dr. and Mrs. John R. Mann *

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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Martin *

Mr. Shane Hunt

Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Neb Q. Cline, Jr. *

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Master, Jr.

Ms. Carolyn H. Kay

Mr. and Mrs. Ross Brown

Mr. Hack Clinkscales, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas C. McDougald, Jr. *

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton R. King

The Honorable and Mrs. Kevin L. Bryant

Mrs. Sarah Clinkscales

Dr. Marshall L. Meadors, III

Mr. Joseph A. Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Buice, Jr.

Ms. Inez L. Coffeen

Ms. Mary M. Burgess

Mr. Jacob A. Collins

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Miller, Jr. *

Mr. John Lesueur Mr. and Mrs. B. Neal Long *

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Burns

Mrs. Sue G. Miller *

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Roy McGregor *

Ms. Marian M. Moorhead

Mr. and Mrs. Doug Newton *

Mrs. Kyron L. Cain

Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Mudd *

Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Nichols

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Caldwell

Mr. and Mrs. Donnie M. Mullikin Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Mullinax Mr. and Mrs. Everette H. Newman Mr. and Mrs. Bradley W. Orr *

Mr. Donald and Dr. Becky Campbell *

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Cox, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Campbell

Ms. Rhae C. Cribb

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Rosol Mr. Darrell D. Sage

Mr. Johnny L. Carnes Mr. and Mrs. Bennett J. Carpenter

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Singleton *

Mr. and Mrs. Justin E. Cazel

Mr. and Mrs. Shanon Smith

Mr. and Mrs. T. Dave Christopher

The Honorable Terence V. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. George L. Sands, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Greg L. Shore Mr. and Mrs. Jim D. Smith Dr. Sidney P. Smith Mr. Don Stahl

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Strickland

Dr. and Mrs. Russell K. Street * Ms. Taylor N. Sturkie Mr. and Mrs. Forest D. Suggs, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Swetenburg, Jr. * Dr. and Mrs. Paul A. Talmadge * Mr. and Mrs. Scott Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Thrasher Mrs. Caroline R. Tolbert Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C. Trammell * Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Van Gieson * Mr. and Mrs. Perry Voisin Mr. and Mrs. Danny Walker * Mr. and Mrs. David Walker * Mr. and Mrs. Mickey A. Walker * Mr. and Mrs. Judd F. Wilson Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Woodham, Jr. *

DENMARK CIRCLE

Ms. Cindy Crittendon Mr. and Mrs. William D. Crowe Mrs. Judy M. Darby Mr. and Mrs. C. Duane Davis

Ms. Nancy Jo Thomason * Mr. and Mrs. William O. Trent * Mr. and Mrs. D. Scott Webber * Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Wells The Honorable and Mrs. W. Brian White Ms. V. Lucille Wrenn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Young

OAKS SOCIETY

PRESIDENT’S BOARD OF EMERGING LEADERS The President’s Board of Emerging Leaders (PEL Board), founded in 2004, consists of a select group of individuals who are considered Anderson’s next generation of leaders, representing the “best and brightest” in our community and region. The board is designed to strengthen the community and Anderson University, encouraging a lifelong commitment to civic responsibility, integrity and leadership.

Mr. and Mrs. Geary Abrams * Ms. Meredith L. Adams Ms. Shelley R. Almers Mr. and Mrs. Russell Amerson Anonymous Donor * Rev. and Mrs. W. Fred Astin Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Austin * Ms. Emily J. Ayer Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ayscue Mr. and Mrs. Booker Bagby Ms. Judy S. Bailey Judge and Mrs. Thomas F. Batson Mr. Andrew C. Bedlack Mr. Wayne P. Behrendt Ms. Corrie Mae Bell Dr. Maston W. Boyd, III Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Brady Mr. Francis M. Branyon, III *

Mr. and Mrs. Adam R. Artigliere

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Braswell

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Bradley

Mr. and Mrs. L. Neal Brewer

Mr. and Mrs. J. Glenn Cantrell*

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Brewer

Dr. and Mrs. Bob Dameron *

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Brown, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Harmon

Miss Margaret Brown

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Mr. and Mrs. Edwin N. Church, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. J. Brent Copeland

Dr. and Mrs. Marc W. Thayer

Ms. Charlotte H. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stewart

Mr. and Mrs. Don Cooke

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Raybon

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall I. Pickens, Jr. *

Mr. and Mrs. Ken M. Rada

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Como

Mr. and Mrs. Tim B. Callahan

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Shugart

Dr. and Mrs. Basil A. Pruitt, Jr. *

Ms. Kathy Collins

Mr. Joseph J. Omiecinski *

Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Partain

Mr. William B. Pickens

Mr. and Mrs. Guy Cloer, II

Adam R. Artigliere Danielle N. Atkinson 2012 Elizabeth B. Bouchillon 2011 J. Brandon Brock 2011 Jason W. Craddock James R. Curtis, Jr. Todd R. Davidson Lauren M. Fincher 2011 Kandi C. Fredere Richard C. Godfrey 1999 Adam M. Goldsmith 2007 Kathleen B. Guibault Kathryn V. Harrison 2009 Alex Haynie 1998 Ria W. Hydrick 2003 Jeffrey M. Jackson 2004 J. DuPre Keys 2006 Morgan J. Martin 2011 Matthew A. McAlister 1989 Christopher C. McBride 2011 Douglas C. McDougald, III Jess McDougald Laura F. Metz 2010 Meagan M. Owen 2007 Jason H. Patterson 2002

Marshall I. Pickens, III 2008 Ashley W. Pruitt Rusty Rhodes Anne-Marie N. Rice 2000 Britanny B. Rood 2004 John B. Ross, Jr. Sheryl Ross Jason G. Sanders 2010 Courtney A. Sargent 2012 Jonathan R. Scott 2007 Christopher G. Shore 1997 Connley B. Skeen 1987 Austin L. Smith 2010 Meredith B. Smith 2002 John F. Stevenson 2000 Julie P. Thomas 2004 Brett A. Turner 1990 Sean Turner Dee Dee Waters 2010 Sarah Elise Welch 2012 Martin G. West 1999 John B. Wright, Jr. Taylor K. Young Thomas M. Young 2000


Mr. and Mrs. John T. Davis

Dr. and Mrs. David F. Hendricks

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Manson, III

Mr. and Mrs. Mario L. Perez

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin V. Hendricks

Ms. Sandra Mardis

Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. Pollock

Mr. Timothy T. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Cary S. Hickman

Ms. Anne Martin

Ms. Frankie Porter

Mr. Wim De Pape

Mr. Charlie Hodge

Mr. Larry Martin

Mr. and Mrs. Selden Pratt

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Delmontagne

Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Hodges

Mr. and Mrs. J. Benson Mattison, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Price

Ms. Arlene M. Donnelly

Ms. Lela S. Hoke

Mr. Jack F. Mayer

Mr. James S. Pringle

Dr. Rosemary Draganic

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Holliday

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Mayfield

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Pulley

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Dubose

Mr. Chester H. Holmes, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Rex A. Maynard

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Quigley

The Honorable Jeff Duncan

Mr. Jackson Hooker

Mr. O. Miller McClintock

Ms. Christi M. Rankin

Mr. and Mrs. W. Harry Durham

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Howell

Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. McClure

Mrs. Angela G. Reeves

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon R. Dyer

Mr. and Mrs. Sonny B. Hunter

Mr. and Mrs. Mike McCollum

Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rhodes

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Eargle, Sr.

Mrs. Monnie M. Jacks

Mr. and Mrs. James F. McCoy, Jr.

Mrs. Pauline Rice

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Edwards

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Jackson

Mrs. Melba McDaniel

Ms. Lynn M. Ridgeway

Dr. and Mrs. Malcolm Edwards

Ms. Susanne Jacobson

Dr. and Mrs. L. Edward McGaha *

Rev. and Mrs. William C. Rigsby *

Judge and Mrs. Tommy B. Edwards

Mr. Christopher N. James

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy McHenry

Mr. and Mrs. Ray A. Riley

Mrs. Olivia Ellison

Mr. Jerry James

Mr. and Mrs. Joey Meggs

Mrs. Jackie W. Roberson

Mr. and Mrs. H. Thayne Emrich

Mr. and Mrs. George K. Jewell

Ebronah Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Endres

Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. Melbourne, Jr. *

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Eskridge

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. G. Steve Merritt

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Rodgers

Mr. William R. Ezell

Mr. and Mrs. Rick Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Metz

Mrs. Jane A. Rogers

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Feder

Ms. Aimee D. Jones

Ms. Sue B. Finch

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Jones

Mr. Raymond M. Fowler, Sr.

Ms. Letha A. Jones

Mr. Richard P. Funderburk

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kabakjian

Mr. and Mrs. Randall B. Gardner

Mr. Carl W. Miles

Mr. Samuel J. Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan L. Rogers

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Mitchell

Mrs. Marilyn A. Roller

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mollgaard

Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge C. Rose

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Monts, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Ross, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Stevon Kay

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Moore, Jr. *

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Rowe

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Garrett

Mrs. Aldora V. Keller

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy L. Moore *

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Rowland

Ms. Katherine H. Gary

Mr. and Mrs. J. Manly Kelley

Mr. and Mrs. Ben Moorefield

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Royal, Jr.

Mr. Mason Gary

Ms. Catherine W. Keown

Mr. and Mrs. Art Morris

Ms. Virginia R. Sanderson

Ms. Jane W. Gibson

Ms. Savanna Keown

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mowbray

Ms. Toni R. Saxon

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Gift

Mr. and Mrs. F. Michael Kimbrell

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gillard, III

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. King *

Mr. and Mrs. Robby J. Goss, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Kirby

Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Gosselin

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Knight

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greene

Dr. Christopher C. Knox

Mr. D. Michael Greer

Senator and Mrs. Robert C. Lake, Jr.

Mr. William E. Gustafson

Mr. Lyndon L. Larcom

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Hafner

Ms. Willie Mae Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Lendon N. Hagan *

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. Lenning

Mr. L. Don Hall

Mr. Walter N. Leonard

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hallman

Ms. Maria Liebman

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Hammond

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moyer Mr. Arthur L. Murray, Jr. Mr. W. Steve Neal Mr. and Mrs. Rod Nease

Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Scarborough, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Self Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Self Judge and Mrs. Curtis G. Shaw

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Nettles

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Shepherd

Mr. Donald E. Nichols

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Shepherd

Mr. Brian S. Noble

Mr. and Mrs. Charlie A. Shugart

Ms. Alice M. Oberry

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin K. Simpson

Mr. and Mrs. Derek M. O’Bradovich

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Simpson

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ogburn

Mrs. Doris W. Sims

Ms. Hattie P. O’Neal

Ms. Betty L. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Little *

Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Pack

Mr. John W. Snyder

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Hancock

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lodge

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Padro, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Long

Ms. Dorothy R. Page

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Snyder

Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt R. Hanvey Dr. Dale A. Hardy

Judge and Mrs. Edgar H. Long, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Frank S. Page

Dr. and Mrs. Fred G. Stone

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison

Ms. Janice K. Long

Ms. Joyce M. Parker

Mr. Michael S. Stoner

Dr. and Mrs. Virgil Harvey, Jr. *

Mr. Stephen Lough

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Head

Mr. and Mrs. William Y. Lu

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Heller

Ms. Elizabeth B. Lucas

Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Henderson

Ms. Sylvia B. Lucas

Mr. and Mrs. Larry T. Henderson

Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Mahaffey

Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hendricks

Mr. John M. Mangano

Ms. Mildred D. Parker

Mr. and Mrs. Leland C. Stoddard*

Mrs. Betty M. Stuart

Mr. Tom Parris

Ms. Lajuana Suddeth

Dr. and Mrs. John F. Payne

Mr. and Mrs. J. Pat Sullivan, Jr.*

Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Peden

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Peden, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Perdomo

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Thompson, Jr.

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Mr. and Mrs. Swain N. Thompson, Jr.

Mr. Brenn C. Bagwell

Ms. Sue J. Cauthen

Ms. Jacquelyn B. Freeman

Ms. Lucilo Torres

Ms. Patricia G. Bagwell

Ms. Betsy C. Chapman

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Fricks

Mr. and Mrs. B. Joel Trull

Mr. James C. Baker, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Chapman

Mr. and Mrs. J. Brian Fuller

Mr. and Mrs. Marcelie Tucker

Mr. James C. Baker, III

Mrs. Anita M. Chase

Dr. E. Kim Furr

Mr. E. Alex Turner, III

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ballentine, Jr.

Mr. James B. Clamp, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Gaillard *

Mr. Hayden S. Uldrick

Mrs. Bessie E. Banks

Ms. Nicola Cleaves

Mrs. Linda M. Gallicchio

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wade

Ms. Tammy Bankston

Mrs. Louise T. Clinkscales

Mr. and Mrs. Dean S. Gardner

Mr. and Mrs. Wade H. Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Barbrey

Mr. Bruce Cochran

Ms. Gerladine R. Gebbia

Mrs. Carolyn H. Wallwork

Mrs. Pam B. Barker

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Coggin

Ms. Veda B. Gerringer

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Walton

Mr. Michael Barnes

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Colangelo

Mr. Gregg Gibbons

Ms. Margaret E. Walworth

Ms. Gloria S. Barnette

Mr. William B. Collins

Mr. Gregory G. Gibson

Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Waters

Mr. Dan C. Batchelor

Mr. Chuck Compton

Ms. Nellie Giddens

Mr. and Mrs. Tyler D. Watford

Mrs. Karen Baumgarner

Ms. Martha S. Compton

Mrs. Miriam S. Gilstrap

Ms. Doris C. Watson

Mr. Eddie R. Beauchamp

Ms. Sherry D. Coney

Mrs. P. Lynn Given

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Watson *

Mrs. Lisa H. Beddingfield

Mrs. Stacy Corbin

Ms. Jean Glenn

Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Webb

Ms. Loretta S. Belk

Dr. and Mrs. John W. Cordray, Jr.

Mrs. Phyllis W. Glenn

Mr. Gerald Welborn and Dr. Georgia Lou Welborn

Ms. Kimberly G. Bell

Mr. and Mrs. Sam L. Courtney

Ms. Shirley C. Goodman

Ms. Deborah R. Culler

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Wertman

Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett Mrs. Tammy L. Bertel

Mr. and Mrs. Earl N. Daniel

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon

Ms. Ruth B. Blackman

Mr. Timothy A. Danyels

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Blake, Jr.

Mrs. Lisa B. Daubenspeck

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie E. Gordon

Ms. Angela Blosser

Dr. and Mrs. Deryl R. Davis

Ms. Donna A. Graff

Mrs. Lisa C. Boggs

Ms. D. Jane De Carvalho

Ms. Liza C. Grant

Mrs. Rae E. Bowen

Mrs. Cynthia C. M. Deaton

Mrs. Geneva S. Gray

Ms. Susan D. Bowers

Mr. Joshua T. Delmontagne

Mr. George M. Gray

Mrs. Nancy E. Breede

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Delmontagne

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Greene

Dr. James E. Breisch

Ms. Patricia R. Diener

Mr. Jack Greene

Mrs. Betty W. Britt

Mr. Frank J. Dill

Ms. Vicky H. Greeson

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Brock

Mrs. Nancy B. Dill

Mrs. Thomas C. Gregory

Mrs. Eleanor H. Brooks

Mrs. Elizabeth F. Draffin

Mr. Eugene L. Griffin, Jr.

Ms. Elaine J. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Julian M. Drake

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Griffin

Ms. Hazle J. Brown

Mrs. Dale G. Drew

Mrs. Lori A. Griffin

Mr. and Mrs. J. Leighton Brown *

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Eckert

Mr. and Mrs. Klaus P. Griffis

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce O. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Ethridge

Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Griffith

Mrs. Tricia D. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Gene R. Evans, Sr.

Mrs. Linda C. Griggs

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Browning

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Evans

Ms. Emma C. Guilarte

Mr. Michael S. Browning

Ms. Wanda E. Evatt

Ms. Donna Habich

Mrs. Hershel H. Buchanan

Mr. Francis Faile, Jr.

Mrs. Pam Haendle

Mr. Chet Buckley

Mrs. Elaine D. Feder

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mac Haggard

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny B. Bundy

Mrs. Betty K. Fender

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hairston

Dr. and Mrs. Danny Burnley

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ferguson

Mr. Pete Halsmer

Mr. Robert M. Caler

Mr. Bryant D. Fersner, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Wade A. Hamilton

Mrs. Denise A. Cameron

Mrs. Laurie A. Fillmore

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hamrick

Mr. and Mrs. Jack P. Cann, Jr.

Mr. Bill L. Fingerlow

Ms. Mary L. Hamrick

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Cantrell

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Finley

Mrs. Rhonda K. Hand

Ms. Wanda B. Cape

Mr. and Mrs. Alton J. Finley

Mrs. Mary W. Hanks

Mr. Hunter W. Cardinal

Ms. Connie M. Foster

Ms. Donna M. Hansen

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Carr

Ms. Elizabeth R. Foster

Mr. Harland W. Hansen

Mrs. Susan S. Caswell

Mr. Gregory G. Foster

Ms. Summer M. Harbin

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Catledge

Ms. Jeanne G. Fowler

Mrs. Lynn N. Harrelson

Ms. Kay Cauthen

Ms. Shayleen M. Francis

Ms. Janie E. Harris

Dr. and Mrs. Dennis S. Whatley Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. White Mr. and Mrs. David P. White, Jr. Mr. Brett B. Widenhouse and Ms. Kathryn E. Diener Ms. Britta E. Widenhouse Mr. Craig M. Williams Mr. and Mrs. David A. Williams Mr. and Mrs. John C. Williams Mr. Tillman Williams Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. Williams Mr. and Mrs. John B. Willis Mr. Thomas C. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. H. Edward Wimberly Mr. and Mrs. Steven V. Witcher Mr. Aaron Woods Mr. John B. Wright, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Wright Mr. Hans E. Wunch Mr. and Mrs. J. Allard Young Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Young Mr. and Mrs. Mark Young Mr. Melvin K. Younts Ms. Nancy E. Zellers

LOYALTY CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ahrens Ms. Terry L. Anderson Mrs. Margaret H. Anthony Ms. Linda L. Ashley Mr. R. Allen Atkinson Mr. Brad Austin Mr. and Mrs. John B. Aycock

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Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hawkins

Mrs. Margaret S. Knowe

Mr. and Mrs. Dondi J. McGowan

Mrs. Missy Mehringer

Mrs. Particia H. Hegler

Mr. David O. Koch

Mrs. Carol A. McKeel

Mrs. Ute Meier

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Helms

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Kramer

Mr. and Mrs. Dana C. McKittrick

Dr. and Mrs. Elbert Menees

Mrs. Mary W. Helms

Mr. and Mrs. Chris M. Krebs

Ms. Patricia A. McLaughlin

Mr. William B. Menees *

Mr. and Mrs. H. Rowe Henderson

Mrs. Wendy S. Kress

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. McLaughlin, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Calvin P. Miller

Ms. Marilyn Hinson

Mrs. Brenda Krissel

Mrs. Martha T. McLeod

Ms. Eugenia J. Miller

Mr. Robert W. Hoemke

Mr. Charles R. Kroll

Ms. Jacqueline McLurkin

Mr. Lewis M. Mills

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred H. Hofmann

Mr. Douglas W. Kroske

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. McManus

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W. Mitchell

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hohn

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Lamb

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McManus

Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. R. Moeller

Ms. Jean Holland

Mrs. Julie M. Lane

Mr. and Mrs. C. Lindsey McMorris

Mr. and Mrs. Jose Montano

Mrs. Evelyn G. Holliday

Mrs. Jill B. Laney

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. McNally

Mr. Bryan M. Monteon

Mr. Jan Holliday

Mrs. Vikki Lanzisero

Mrs. Teresa Meares

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Moorefield

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Howard

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Latham

Mr. and Mrs. Jake K. Meeks, Jr.

Mr. Tony Morrell

Mrs. Charis Hrdina

Ms. S. Rene Laughter

Mr. Douglas E. Hudgens

Ms. Anne E. Lee

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Huffman

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Leitch

Mr. Philip Hyatt

Ms. Elizabeth V. Leopard

Mr. Julius Imperioli

Mrs. Frances Leroy

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jackson

Mrs. Louise T. Lester

Mr. Edward A. Jacobson

Mrs. Rebecca C. Lewis

Ms. Betty M. Jeffries

Dr. and Mrs. Sinclair Lewis

Maryjo and Jim Jeffries

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Ligget, Jr.

Ms. Kristine S. Jennings

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Little

Mr. Carroll M. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Littrell

Mr. David D. Johnson

Ms. Renee Lloyd-Plyler

Mr. Kenneth Johnson

Mrs. Cathy H. Looper

Mr. Robert B. Johnson

Ms. Nina Lutz

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Lyda

Mr. Jimmy C. Jones, Jr.

Dr. Raymond C. Lyew

Mrs. Katherine S. Jones

Ms. Ophelia T. Lyles

Ms. Sara O. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Mackey

Mr. and Mrs. David S. Jordan

Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Mahrle

Ms. Wanda J. Justus

Ms. Debbie M. Major

Ms. Shannon J. Kaiser

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Malm

Ms. Judy Kay

Mr. Eric E. Malone

Mr. Brian Keith

Mrs. Glenda Marler

Ms. Beverly C. Kelley

Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Martin, Sr.

Mrs. Gladys C. Kelley

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mathew

Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan Kelley

Mrs. Cynthia R. Matthews

Mr. and Mrs. Robin B. Kelley

Mrs. Lucille V. Mattison

Mrs. Carol B. Kendall

Mr. and Mrs. Rick May

Mr. and Mrs. B. Marshall Keys

Mr. Frank McCafferty

Mrs. Georgia W. Kill

Mr. Steven T. McCarter

Mr. Jerry D. Killian

Mr. Andrew T. McDermott

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Killian

Mr. Dan McDermott

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde L. Kimbrell

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McDermott

Mrs. Helen Kimbrough

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. McDonald, Sr.

Ms. Connie King Mrs. Gail B. King Mrs. Kim M. Kisacky Mr. Lyle A. Klemm

Mrs. Lora L. McDonald Ms. Jane N. McDonnold

Parents Council 2011-12 The Anderson University Parents Council is composed of parents of current Anderson University students that work together with the administration and students as ambassadors and advocates to enable the University to be a premier place of learning – serving students, church, and community while upholding the teachings of Jesus Christ. The Council meets two times per year in addition to volunteering at Move-In Day, Open Houses, and Orientations. Chuck and Susie Andrews, Comer, GA David and Ann Ayer, Greenville, SC, co-chairs Tommy Blackmon, Greer, SC Bill and Norma Davis, Townville, SC Tom and Janet Edwards, Greenville, SC Ron and Linda Eskew, Greenville, SC Wayne and Cindy Fox, Loris, SC Lee and A mber Griffey, A nderson, SC Reg and Lori Griffin, Canton, GA Dwayne and Coco Gunther, Summerville, SC Ken and Pat Hamill, Greenville, SC Carey and Kelley Hice, Travelers Rest, SC Wes and Susanne Higgins, Columbia, SC Brian and Christine Iversen, Charlotte, NC Bob and Frances Kesler, Laurens, SC Michael and Susan Key, North Myrtle Beach, SC Bill and Beverly Kinard, Greer, SC Patricia Kolp, Sumter, SC Phil and Debbie Landreth, Easley, SC Phillip and Carol Martin, Taylors, SC, co-chairs Ray and Tricia Massengale, Canton, GA Dennis and Patti Massullo, Greer, SC James and Karen McIlrath, Myrtle Beach, SC Steve and Debbie Meggs, Greenville, SC Francis and Sharon Neipp, Anderson, SC Earl and Christine Parris, Summerville, GA Jerry and Jane Patton, Snellville, GA Mark and Tish Pitman, Duncan, SC Cindy Riddle, Campobello, SC Jennie Runyan, Simpsonville, SC Thomas and Amanda Suttles, Iva, SC Karen Theos, Mount Pleasant, SC Greg and Debbie Walls, Summerville, SC Scott and Tammy West, North Augusta, SC Sam and Jean Wilder, Simpsonville, SC

Mr. and Mrs. Steve McGill

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Mrs. Charlotte Morris

Mr. and Mrs. H. Glenn Parker

Mr. and Mrs. William F. Reeves

Mr. and Mrs. Randy K. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Morris

Rev. and Mrs. Robert R. Parker, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin F. Register

Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Smith

Ms. Julie R. Morrison

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Parks

Ms. Fay Reynolds

Mrs. Lynne P. Smith

Mr. Stanley A. Moss

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Peterson

Mrs. Roberta P. Reynolds

Ms. Sandra S. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mowery

Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Peterson

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Rice

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Smith

Mr. Ronald P. Mueller

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Piar, Jr.

Mr. Joshua Rice

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Snyder

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall A. Mullinax

Ms. Carole A. Pinkett

Mrs. Marguerite M. Rice

Mr. and Mrs. Jose E. Soler

Mr. Paul Munnilal

Ms. Sherry Pittinger

Mr. Jonathan A. Richardson

Mrs. Barbara U. Sparrow

Mr. and Mrs. Emil J. Nagele

Mr. Albert L. Pittman

Ms. Mary P. Riner

Mr. and Mrs. Mel A. Spector

Ms. Virginia Nash

Mrs. Lucy S. Pittman

Mrs. Kathleen A. Ring

Mrs. Cyslyn R. Speight

Mr. and Mrs. Chris A. Neal

Dr. and Mrs. George A. Playford

Ms. Deanna L. Roberts

Mrs. Deborah K. Spink

Mr. Steve K. Neilsen

Dr. and Mrs. Harry E. Plumblee, Jr.

Ms. Jenifer B. Roberts

Mrs. Irias T. Spoone

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Nelson, Jr.

Mr. Robert M. Plyler

Mrs. Eleanor Robins

Mr. and Mrs. C. Joel Sprague

Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Nesemeier

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Poovey

Mr. John N. Robinson

Mrs. Faye Stancil

Mr. Michael J. Neumeyer

Ms. Cheryl Popoloski

Mr. Lacon Rogers

Mr. Ernest M. Starnes

Mrs. Jennifer M. Northcutt

Mr. Joseph Powell

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Rogers

Ms. Alexandria P. Stathakis

Mr. Alex Norwood

Mrs. Chrystal E. Prater

Mrs. Marilyn A. Roller

Mr. Grady A. Staton

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Norwood

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Price

Mr. and Mrs. Justin Romano

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Stayanoff

Ms. Margie J. Ogburn

Mrs. Denise M. Pritchett

Ms. Michelina B. Romano

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Steele, Jr.

Ms. Shirley Onofrio

Mr. and Mrs. David N. Purinton

Mr. Thomas Romano

Ms. Kathy M. Steinmeyer

Mr. C. Jerry Opperman

Ms. Wilma M. Quesenberry

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Rose

Mrs. Jo Ann Stephens

Ms. Joyce W. Owen

Mrs. Allison L. Quinn

Mr. John N. Rosendale

Mrs. Dana S. Stokes

Mrs. Courtney Pack

Ms. Ann Rabun

Mr. Nathaniel J. Rosendale

Mrs. Nancy Strickland

Mr. Joe Pack

Ms. Clara N. Redner

Mrs. Callie H. Ross

Ms. Carol W. Strohm

Mrs. N. Camille Panu

Mr. George J. Reed

Ms. Sharon L. Ross

Ms. Sharon A. Sullivan

Mr. Gerald S. Parker

Mr. Gerald C. Reeves

Mr. Kenneth Rowe

Mr. John A. Swanzie

Mrs. Teena D. Royalty

Mrs. Heather A. Swords

Mrs. Pat C. Rutledge

Mrs. Catherine Taylor

Mr. Peter W. Ryan

Mr. Dwayne Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Sadler, Jr.

Ms. Jean M. Taylor

Mrs. J. J. Sanders

Ms. Judy S. Teague

Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Sanderson

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Thatcher

Ms. Mary A. Scarberry

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Thatcher

Ms. Cassaundra R. Schow

Mr. Robert L. Thomas, III

Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Scott

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tinklepaugh

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Settle

Ms. Belinda W. Todd

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. Sexton

Mrs. Nancie S. Toler

Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Sexton, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Stan W. Tompkins

Mr. Scott Shaffer

Ms. Gena M. Trant

Mrs. Kay R. Shain

Ms. Christina U. Treichler

Mrs. Janet L. Sherman

Mr. Francis N. Treichler

Ms. Carolyn A. Shirley

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Trowbridge

Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Simpson

Mr. Tan N. Truong

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Simpson

Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Tyson

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Sims

Ms. Mary E. Underwood

Mr. David M. Skelly

Mr. and Mrs. Jose M. Valderramos

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Skelly

Mrs. Kim M. Vehaun

Dr. Thomas D. Skelly

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Vinskus

Mrs. Cathy F. Sligh

Mr. David A. Wachter, Sr.

Mrs. Andrea Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Walker, Jr.

Mrs. Cynthia R. Smith

Ms. Sandra T. Walker

BOARD OF REGENTS The Board of Regents provides counsel to the University’s president and other administrators related to institutional priorities and strategic initiatives. The Board helps shape the University’s vision and direction as it relates to its overall mission. G. Ross Anderson, Jr., Chairman Emeritus V. Laniel Chapman Dennis D. Claramunt Ron C. Cross 1962 William A. Gantt, Jr. Frances Lollis Gaston 1947 William W. Gaston, III, Founding Chairman Sherrill Knobel Hall 1966 Thomas C. Hall John D. Hopkins, Jr., Chairman Roy B. Jeffcoat Robert W. Klatt Kelley O’Quinn Ken M. Rada Robert M. Rainey Samuel F. Thrift David Walker

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Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Walls

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Davis

Mr. and Mrs. H. Michael Key

Mr. and Mrs. Pete Poulos

Mrs. Vikki K. Walters

Dr. and Mrs. William S. Dunlap, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Landreth

Mrs. Dawn E. Ross

Mr. and Mrs. Noel E. Walton

Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Gutshall

Mr. Stephen Lough

Ms. Sharon L. Ross

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Warrner

Mr. and Mrs. Carey C. Hice, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ray Massengale

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Roznowski, Jr.

Ms. Jacqueline Washington

Dr. and Mrs. Mark R. Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Steve A. Meggs

Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Shaw

Mr. and Mrs. J. Gary Watson

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Langford

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Metz

Mr. and Mrs. John M. White

Mrs. Rhonda B. Watson

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Van De Water

Mr. David E. Moss

Mr. and Mrs. Andy O. Wilson

Ms. Ruby H. Webb

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Padro, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Zubia

Mr. and Mrs. Al M. Panu

Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Welborn Mr. and Mrs. Hubert H. Welch, Jr.

DENMARK CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Peden

Mrs. Carolanne L. Wells

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth D. Hamill

Mr. and Mrs. Mario L. Perez

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wells

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Kardohely

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Phillips

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Klein

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Riley

Mr. Mark S. Wessel Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Barry J. White

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Martin

Dr. and Mrs. Jerry C. White

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip K. Martin

Mr. and Mrs. D. Randy Reeves Dr. Carolyn T. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Phil S. Sargent

Mr. and Mrs. John M. White *

Mr. and Mrs. Randal S. Mills

Mr. and Mrs. Joe F. Whitener

Mr. and Mrs. E. Francis Neipp, Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Spencer

Ms. Bobbie S. Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Owens

Dr. and Mrs. Fred G. Stone

Mr. and Mrs. Earl H. Parris, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry N. Theos

Ms. Crystal B. Williams Mrs. Joy C. Williams Ms. Kristin P. Williams Ms. Mary V. Williams Mrs. Paula P. Williams Mrs. Stephanie Y. Williams Ms. Vermelle Williams Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Willis Ms. Catherine P. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Patton Mr. and Mrs. G. Franklin Pendleton, II

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory G. Walls Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. West

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Suttles

Mr. and Mrs. Brett B. Widenhouse

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley W. Vaughan

OAKS SOCIETY

Mr. James A. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. James T. Arrington

Mrs. Vicky W. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Chris Winkler Ms. Elsie J. Withers Mr. William H. Wood, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan M. Uldrick

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Shugart

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Wilson

Mrs. Melodie A. Wilson

Mr. Edward L. Trujillo

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas B. Shelton

Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Andrews

Mr. Jimmy R. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. David M. Beck Mr. Michael Bink Mr. and Mrs. Randy J. Brantley Mr. and Mrs. Dozier Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Marty E. Cantrell

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Wilson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. Edward Wimberly

LOYALTY CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Mark Allan Ms. Vickie Ashley Mr. and Mrs. Randy S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Sean Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Colvin

FACULTY AND STAFF MERRITT ASSOCIATES Dr. Frank A. Norris, Jr. 1984 Mrs. Jacquelyn V. Walker * Dr. Evans and Diane Whitaker *

SCHOLARS CIRCLE Mrs. N. Denise Oxford, Emeriti *

PRESIDENT’S CLUB Mrs. Cathy Beard * Mrs. Claudia A. Boles * Dr. Jane S. Cahaly * Dr. E. Perry Carroll, Emeriti Mr. Doug L. Davison 1973 * Mrs. Jacque W. Davison 1974 * Mrs. Cheryl B. deHoll * Mr. George M. Ducworth * Dr. Michael Duduit Mrs. Darlene M. Fisher * Dr. Bob L. Hanley * Dr. Diana Ivankovic * Dr. Miren Ivankovic * Dr. Shirley R. Jacks, Retiree *

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Decker

Dr. David Korn *

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Frye

Mrs. Mary W. Long *

Mr. and Mrs. Barry L. Griffith

Ms. E. Anne Martin 1973 *

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Woodall

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Como

Mrs. Patricia K. Wooten

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Delmontagne

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ingegneri

Mr. and Mrs. Jorge E. Diaz

Mr. Bradley W. Orr *

Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Wright

Dr. Danny M. Parker *

Mrs. Jeanette W. Yarborough

Mr. and Mrs. C. Danny Epting

Mr. Arthur F. Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. James, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Funderburk

Mrs. Pam B. Ross 1979 *

Mr. and Mrs. Dan R. Yon

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Galliford

Mrs. Nancy P. Simpson *

Mr. Ed Yount

Mr. and Mrs. Philip S. Keown

Mr. and Mrs. Robby J. Goss, Jr.

Mrs. Sarah L. Sprague *

Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Zubia

Mr. and Mrs. Danny E. Lewis

Dr. Stuart R. Sprague, Emeriti *

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Liggett, Jr.

Mrs. Diane B. Sutherland 2006 *

Mr. Martin L. Marchant, III

Mrs. Deb Taylor *

Mr. and Mrs. Rick May

Mr. Scott Taylor *

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McDermott

Dr. Brena B. Walker, Emeriti *

Mr. and Mrs. David L. McKee

Mr. R. Dean Woods 1973 *

Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moorer

Mrs. Susan B. Wooten *

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Graham

PARENTS

Mr. and Mrs. D. Bryan Hamrick Mr. and Mrs. Cary S. Hickman Mr. and Mrs. Chris J. Huitt

COLUMNS SOCIETY

Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Iversen

Mr. and Mrs. Brian V. Onofrio, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher O. Jernigan Mr. and Mrs. Rick Johnson

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Jordan

Mr. and Mrs. Chris A. Neal Mr. Robert S. Plexico

DENMARK CIRCLE

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Mrs. Tiffany J. Blackwell

Mr. Timothy Jared

Dr. Margaret E. Wooten *

Mrs. Carlene M. Roberts 1982

Mr. Kenneth L. Griffey

Mr. Leonard M. Johnson *

Mr. James A. Wright

Mr. Jason D. Rutland 2003

Dr. Thomas C. Johnson

Dr. Teresa M. Jones *

LOYALTY CLUB

Mr. Ryan Schmidt

Mrs. Kathryn A. McGregor, Emeriti *

Mrs. Debbie S. Kaniaris *

Mr. Davis Barnwell *

Ms. Judy B. Smith

Mrs. Brenda Y. McKee 2003 *

Mr. Peter Kaniaris *

Mrs. Jennifer Bell *

Ms. Shelly Steenwyk

Mr. Dennis H. McKee *

Dr. Carol Karnes *

Mr. Jerry K. Bilbrey, Jr.

Ms. Susan M. Stegall 1981 *

Mrs. Carrie A. Motes *

Mrs. Kathy G. Kay 2006 *

Ms. Clarissa Brandao

Dr. David W. Stern

Dr. James E. Motes 1979 *

Dr. Don F. Keller

Mrs. Tracy L. Brown

Mrs. Kelli Strickland

Mr. David Neace

Dr. Howard D. Kim

Mrs. Jody Bryant

Mr. B. J. Taylor 1959, Emeriti

Dr. David L. Perry *

Mr. James S. Kines 2007

Dr. Robert E. Burks, Emeriti

Mrs. Ameldia L. Todd 1990 *

Dr. David J. Prager

Dr. Larry R. Knighton

Ms. Lorraine Casey *

Mr. Daniel N. Tollison 1972 *

Mrs. Allison S. Quarles

Dr. Carrie T. Koenigstein *

Mrs. Brenda DuBose, Retiree

Mr. Sam Totman

Mr. Barry D. Ray *

Dr. Thomas R. Kozel *

Dr. James Duncan *

Dr. Richard A. Williamson

Mrs. Rebecca H. Walker

Mr. Kenneth Krenick *

Mr. W. Ed Duvall 1991 *

Mr. Michael Yohe

Dr. William A. Laing *

Mrs. Sarah W. Forsythe *

OAKS SOCIETY

Dr. David W. Larson *

Mr. Gary D. Frady

Dr. Dorota A. Abramovitch *

Dr. John C. Lassiter *

Mrs. Deirdre W. Francis 1982

Mr. Gregory E. Allgood 1982 *

Mrs. Kay M. Maynard *

Mrs. Beverly A. Franklin 1996 *

Mr. Phillip S. Ashley 1973

Dr. Beverly R. McAdams *

Ms. Wanda D. Fricks 2008 *

Mr. Kristopher K. Barnett

Dr. Linda K. McCuen *

Mr. Winfred T. Green 2004 *

Anderson Federal Credit Union *

Mrs. Kelly A. Bell 1982 *

Dr. Deborah W. McEniry *

Mr. Johnathan Gropp

Dr. Pamela G. Binns-Turner

AnMed Health *

Ms. Stephanie McLees

Ms. Jane A. Hawley 2001

Bank of Anderson *

Ms. A nnie F. Blackman 1945, Emeriti *

Mr. Joseph C. Miller 1987 *

Mr. Tommy E. Hewitt

Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative, Inc. *

Mr. Kent Millwood *

Ms. Margaret B. Hicks *

Duke Energy Corporation

Ms. Elizabeth Mirick

Mr. Anthony T. Ho

Follett Higher Education Group

Dr. Jo Carol Mitchell-Rogers *

Mr. Robert Homer-Drummond

The Fullerton Foundation, Inc.

Dr. Jeffrey R. Moore

Mrs. Sherie Jackson

Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, Inc. *

Mr. Craig Mosqueda

Dr. William C. Jackson

Pepsi Beverage Company

Mr. Chad R. Nelms 1995 *

Mr. Phillip R. Jones

Mrs. Lois J. Oldenburg

Mr. Robin B. Kelley, Emeriti

Ralph & Virginia Hendricks Foundation *

Mrs. Valerie J. Owens *

Ms. L. Dianne King

Mr. John K. Boyte, Emeriti* Mrs. Ruth P. Boyte, Emeriti* Mr. James Brunelli Ms. Rebekah Burdick Mr. Kevin M. Capps Dr. James W. Clark Mrs. Linda T. Clark Dr. J. Robert Cline, Jr.* Mrs. Kristie Cole* Mrs. Amy M. Kuhl Cox*

Ms. Paula J. Palomo 2008 Mrs. Lynette M. Pannell *

Mr. Nathan J. Cox*

Mr. Gary M. Patterson 1976 *

Dr. Wayne V. Cox

Mrs. Betty Jo. Pryor

Mr. Bryan H. Cribb

Mr. Jacob A. Queen 2004

Mr. Channing L. Crisler

Mr. Omar Rashed

Mr. Joshua R. Crocker 2009

Dr. Danny L. Rhodes

Mrs. Amy R. Cromer *

Mr. Brian T. Richardson *

Mrs. Katherine Davenport

Ms. Joy M. Rish 1974 *

Mr. Benjamin Deaton

Mr. Kevin M. Selman 1996 *

Mr. Joseph A. Eskridge

Mrs. Patrice F. Shearin *

Mr. Gilbert Takaw Eyabi *

Dr. W. David Shirley, Retiree *

Mrs. Becky M. Farmer 1977 *

Mr. Gordon R. Smith

Mr. Paul W. Ferrell

Dr. Joseph L. Spencer *

Mrs. Kim H. Freeman *

Mr. Jason T. Taylor *

Mrs. Beth M. Friend *

Mrs. Linda R. Taylor 1986 *

Dr. Charles W. Fuller

Ms. Margaret E. Walworth

Mr. Peter Harvin *

Dr. Tommy L. Watson, Jr. 1996 *

Dr. James P. Haughey *

Dr. Joyce A. Wood *

Mrs. Beth Horton 2001 *

Mrs. Kendra B. Woodson 1995 *

Mr. Daryl A. Iverson 2005

Dr. Charles A. Wooten 1967, Retiree *

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ORGANIZATIONS MERRITT ASSOCIATES The Abney Foundation *

Mr. Charles W. Lyle 1975

COLUMNS SOCIETY

Mrs. Jane G. MacLennan

Anderson Heart, PC

Mrs. Marion D. Mandrell, Emeriti

Charter Business

Ms. Anne Marie Martin

The Duke Energy Foundation *

Ms. Natalie Martz

Enterprise Specialty Products

Ms. Darlene McKay

Epps, Nelson and Epps *

Dr. Eric McKibben

Michelin North America, Inc.

Dr. Frances F. Mims

Panagakos Asphalt Paving, Inc.

Mrs. Chere’ Moules

State Farm Home Office

Ms. Sarah Mudd

Summit Services, LLC

Mr. Danny R. Neal * Dr. Ryan A. Neal Mr. Doug Norwine Mrs. Kelley Norwine Mr. Ronald J. Oppatt Dr. Conny Palacios Mrs. Ginny A. Pekarik Dr. David F. Reinhart Ms. Jamie Ressler Dr. Vanessa W. Rettinger Mr. Robert J. Ritchie

SCHOLARS CIRCLE Anderson Skin and Cancer Clinic, P.A.* ARAMARK Campus Services * Bank of America Merrill Lynch Chapman, Byrholdt & Yon, L.L.P. * County of Anderson* Dabo’s All In Team Foundation DP3 Architects, Ltd. Lance Armstrong Foundation Raymond James Charitable


Endowment Fund *

Anderson County Woman’s Club

Hobby House

MSW Security Solutions, Inc.

Redi Care

Automotive Service Associates, Inc. *

Individualized Physical Therapy, Inc.

O’Neal Seed Company

SC Student Loan Corp *

Edward Jones Investments

Ionosphere Travel

Richard A. Lee Paint Contractor

The Stringer Foundation, Inc.*

Gay-Ann Superette Special Groceries and Gas

Lawmen’s Safety Supply, Inc.

Saluda Valley

Hospice of the Upstate *

Learning and Development Group at Michelin N.A.

Smith’s Termite and Pest Control, Inc.

Itron Giving Program

Lee’s Marine, LLC*

Martin Advertising Agency

Lilia Day Spa

State Farm Insurance – Terence M. Hassan

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

McDougald Funeral Home *

Massage by Angie

Strickland Fine Art *

American Services, Inc.

McNair Law Firm, P.A. *

T P Dowling & Associates

Anderson Rotary Club *

Medicus *

McMillan, Pazdan, Smith Architecture

Argo and Associates, LLP *

My Sports Dreams, LLC

Middendorf Memorials

Bailey Foundation *

NHC Healthcare of Anderson *

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network

Bank of America *

Our Dream Pizza, Inc.

BB&T Charitable Foundation *

Smith Therapy Services

Blue Ridge Security Systems *

Techtronic Industries North America, Inc. *

Students In Free Enterprise The Walker Agency, Inc./Palmetto Insurance Associates, Inc. *

Carousel Industries City of Anderson ATAX Grant * D. L. Scurry Foundation * Electric City Printing Fairway Outdoor Advertising Forms & Supply, Inc. * Glenn Plumbing Company, Inc. Hill Electric Company, Inc. Hitec Chemicals, Inc. Independent-Mail * Isom Electric, LLC MTS Office Machines, L.L.C. *

Pendleton & Pendleton Pepper Dining, Inc. Personal Dental Lab, Inc.

Wells Fargo Bank *

Premium Services AB Inc. Primary Care Associates, P.C.

1st Choice Realty - Clemson Anderson Area Crimestoppers Anderson Periodontic Associates ATP Productions, Inc. Backdrops Fantastic, Inc. BB&T Wealth The Bleckley Inn LLC

Railsback Pump and Control Services, Inc. Robinette Properties

First Presbyterian Church, Anderson, SC South Carolina Baptist Convention, Columbia, SC *

SCHOLARS CIRCLE Shady Grove Baptist Church, Belton, SC

Sandhills Linings & Accessories, Inc. Senior Solutions

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Siloaggio Investigations LLC

East Side Baptist Church, Liberty, SC

Sport Supply Group

First Baptist Church of Honea Path, Honea Path, SC *

Sports Action Photography

Branham Security Systems, Inc.

The Palmetto Bank

C J’s Machining, Inc.

Tucker’s Restaurant

PET Dairy

Chick-fil-A at Anderson Pavilion FSU *

Tyndall Federal Credit Union

Prime Line Communications

Cox, Cauley & Rockwell, LLC

Tytech Mechanical LLC

Professional Pharmacy *

DAV CHAPTER 40

Upstate Federal Credit Union

Ralph Hayes Toyota *

Dave Hill & Associates

W A Hudgens Post No 14

RheTel

Defense Group, Inc.

Roylco, Inc.

DELL Computers

W. E. Black Termite & Pest Control, Inc.

Saturn Freight *

Diamond B Ranch

Skin’s, Inc.

DIX Enterprises

Standeffer and Harbin, L.L.P.

Eastern Industrial Supplies, Inc.

State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company

Electric City Golf Club

Sullivan-King Mortuary, Inc. *

Elevate Audio, LLC

Superior Sound & Consulting

First Sun Management Corp.

SYNNEX Corporation *

Fork Rescue Squad

TD Bank *

Fraternal Order of Police – Foothills Lodge No. 9

Tenth Circuit Solicitor’s Office - Anderson County *

MERRITT ASSOCIATES

ProairShow, LLC

Network Controls and Electric, Inc.

Electric City Grill And Bar

RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS

Orian Rugs

The Peoples Bank *

OAKS SOCIETY

Spikes Select Baseball

Tradewinds *

The Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation* Welborn Tire & Automotive, Inc. Word of Faith Broadcasting Inc. Yogo Express, Inc.

LOYALTY CLUB The Ben Smith Co., LLC Carolina Eyes, Inc. H & W Body Works Inc.

Taylors First Baptist Church, Taylors, SC

DENMARK CIRCLE Buck Creek Baptist Church, Chesnee, SC

OAKS SOCIETY Bethany Baptist Church, Belton, SC Bethel Methodist Church, Hartsville, SC Boulevard Baptist Church, Anderson, SC College Street Baptist Church, Walhalla, SC Fairview Baptist Church, Kinards, SC First Baptist Church of Anderson, Anderson, SC The First Baptist Church of Easley, Easley, SC

Thrift Brothers, Inc. *

Fraternal Order of Police Anderson County Lodge 10

Hearthside Homes, Inc. HR Baseball Enterprises, Inc.

First Baptist Church of Iva, Iva, SC

The Timken Company

Giant Photos LLC

J. Philip Morgan Agency, LLC

United Way of Anderson County

Gray Mortuary, Inc.

J. Russell & Sons

Flat Rock Baptist Church, Anderson, SC

H & L Enterprises, Inc.

Laboone Enterprise LLC

DENMARK CIRCLE

Hampton Heights Baptist Church, Greenville, SC

Heatherly Brothers Auto Parts

Active Network

Hendricks Veterinary Hospital, LLC

Management Advisory Services of Lancaster, Inc.

Laurens County Baptist Association, Laurens, SC

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Tribute for Dr. V. Laniel Chapman

Tribute for Mr. John W. Hamrick 2010

Tribute for Mrs. Phyllis Webster

The Honorable and Mrs. G. Ross Anderson, Jr.

Ms. Mary L. Hamrick

Mr. and Mrs. C. Nakia Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Booker Bagby

Middendorf Baptist Church, Hartsville, SC

Tribute for Mrs. Eloise K. Harrison 1937

Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Partain

Judge and Mrs. Thomas F. Batson

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Harrison

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Stovall

North Anderson Baptist Church, Anderson, SC

Mr. and Mrs. Julius A. Blake, Jr.

Tribute for Ms. Maghan A. Lusk 2007

Mr. Thomas C. Brittain

Tribute for Mrs. Cynthia D. Whitaker

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Lusk

Mr. R. Dean Woods

Lexington Baptist Church, Lexington, SC Lugoff First Baptist Church, Lugoff, SC

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Panagakos

Northbrook Baptist Church, Boiling Springs, SC

Mr. Bruce A. Byrholdt Mr. and Mrs. James F. Chapman

Tribute for Mrs. Harrianne B. Lynch 1975

Tribute for Dr. Evans P. Whitaker

Renew Church of Lancaster, Lancaster, SC

Mr. Hack Clinkscales, Jr.

Ms. Willie Mae Lee

Mr. R. Dean Woods

Roanoke Baptist Church, Liberty, SC

Mrs. Sarah Clinkscales

Tribute for Rev. T. Dale Lynch 1975

Dr. and Mrs. Bob Dameron

Ms. Willie Mae Lee

Saluda Baptist Association, Anderson, SC

LOYALTY CLUB North Spartan Baptist Association, Boiling Springs, SC

ESTATES AND TRUSTS MERRITT ASSOCIATES Estate of Louise C. Kellett Estate of Marie W. Henderson

COLUMNS SOCIETY The Whitfield Family Charitable Trust

Mrs. Louise T. Clinkscales

Mr. and Mrs. James C. Dubose

GIFTS GIVEN IN MEMORY OF

The Honorable and Mrs. Tommy B. Edwards

Tribute for Dr. Todd Morris Mr. and Mrs. C. Nakia Davis

Tribute for Mr. Anton Bebek

Mr. and Mrs. William N. Epps, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Panagakos

Donor Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Alton J. Finley

Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Partain

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. deHoll

Ms. Jeanne G. Fowler

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Stovall

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hawkins

Tribute for Mrs. Allison S. Quarles

Ms. Donna Habich

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Heller

Mr. and Mrs. Jim D. Smith

Maryjo and Jim Jeffries

Mr. Charlie Hodge

Tribute for Mr. Greg J. Quarles

Mrs. Valerie J. Owens

Mr. Jan Holliday

Mr. and Mrs. Jim D. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mac Haggard

Dr. and Mrs. David F. Hendricks

Dr. Rosemary Draganic

Ms. Liza C. Grant

Ms. Maria Liebman

Ms. Patilee Tate

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Holliday J. Russell & Sons

Tribute for Mr. D. Randy Reeves 1979

Mr. and Mrs. B. Marshall Keys

Mrs. Angela G. Reeves

Mr. Robert C. Lake, Jr.

SCHOLARS CIRCLE

Rev. and Mrs. T. Dale Lynch

Tribute for Mr. William G. Reeves 2009

Josephine Stevenson Community Charitable Trust *

Mrs. Lucille V. Mattison

Mrs. Angela G. Reeves

Mr. and Mrs. Rex A. Maynard

Tribute for Mr. Jon P. Blackwell Dr. and Mrs. W. David Shirley Tribute for Michael R. Boles Mr. and Mrs. David M. Boles

Dr. and Mrs. L. Edward McGaha

Tribute for Ms. Judith Stamey

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. Jake K. Meeks, Jr.

Dr. E. Kim Furr

Floride Dean Charitable Trust *

Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Mullinax

Nannie T. Leopard Trust *

Dr. and Mrs. James O’Quinn

Tribute for Mrs. Annie Claire Tribble

Mrs. Marguerite M. Rice

Mr. and Mrs. Randal L. Dickens

Tribute for Dr. Jerry A. Clonts, Sr.

Mrs. Pauline Rice

Mrs. Monnie M. Jacks

Ms. Patricia G. Bagwell

The Honorable Curtis G. Shaw

Dr. Shirley and Mr. Richard Jacks

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Ducworth

Mr. and Mrs. Shanon Smith

Mrs. Rebecca C. Lewis

Mr. Robin B. Kelley

Dr. Sidney P. Smith

Ms. Diane E. Limbaugh

Dr. and Mrs. David Korn

Mrs. Catherine Taylor

Ms. Frankie Porter

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Pryor

Mr. Dwayne Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross

Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Taylor

Mr. E. Alex Turner, III

Ms. Shelia V. Rouda

Dr. Joyce A. Wood

Vivian B. Chapman & Family

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sacoco

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Watson

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Singleton

Tribute for Mrs. Vonceil C. R. Cribb 1951

Dr. and Mrs. Evans P. Whitaker

Mrs. Lana B. Todd

Ms. Rhae C. Cribb

Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. Jay Tothacer, Jr.

Mr. R. Dean Woods

Mr. John A. Tribble

Tribute for Mrs. Elsie L. Davison

Mr. and Mrs. J. Allard Young

Mr. and Mrs. George T. Walden, Jr.

Dr. Frances F. Mims

DENMARK CIRCLE Thompson/Sargent Trust *

GIFTS GIVEN IN HONOR OF Tribute for The Honorable G. Ross Anderson, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Bob Dameron Mr. and Mrs. William N. Epps, Jr. Ms. Marian M. Moorhead Mr. and Mrs. James H. Watson Tribute for Mr. Bruce A. Byrholdt Mr. and Mrs. James H. Watson

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Mr. Robert B. Carpenter, Jr.

Mr. R. Dean Woods Tribute for Mr. Bryan W. Glace Mr. and Mrs. John M. White

Tribute for Mrs. Betty C. Carpenter 1943

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Wooten, III

Tribute for Rev. Richard Everhart Ms. L. Dianne King


Tribute for Mr. A. Reese Fant Mr. Joseph J. Omiecinski Tribute for Mrs. Gladys Long Farmer 1928 Mrs. Elizabeth F. Draffin Tribute for Mrs. Miriam B. Grubbs Mrs. Lydia Hoffman Tribute for Mr. Lamar H. Jack Ms. Angela Blosser Ms. Inez L. Coffeen Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greene Mr. and Mrs. Mel A. Spector Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Mark Young Tribute for Mrs. Frances W. King Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy R. King Tribute for Dr. N. Eugene Mandrell Mr. and Mrs. Don Acevedo and Martin Acevedo Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Burks

The following is a list of endowment funds to which additions were made during 2011-2012.

Mr. and Mrs. Carey C. Hice, Jr.

GIFTS IN-KIND

Alumni Association Restricted Endowment

MERRITT ASSOCIATES

Betty N. Moore Endowed Scholarship

First Presbyterian Church

AnMed Health

C. F. Reames Endowed Scholarship

Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Norris, Jr.

Carolyn Brown Mattox Endowed Scholarship

SCHOLARS CIRCLE

Charles W. & Dorothy B. Fant Endowed Scholarship Constance Pratt Swetenburg Endowed Scholarship Eliza C. Vandiver Endowed Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Hamid Mohsseni Palmetto Insurance Associates, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Evans P. Whitaker

PRESIDENT’S CLUB

Esther Jordan Caskey Memorial Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Aaron

Floride Smith Dean Endowed Scholarship

Ms. Karen Ashy

Frances Black Owen Endowment Frances Mims Endowment Frances Welborn King and S. Marshall King, Jr. Scholarship

ARAMARK Campus Services

Dr. David Korn Mr. Kent Millwood Mr. and Mrs. Phil S. Sargent Mrs. Becky Walker Dr. Susan Wilk Dr. Joyce A. Wood

MATCHING GIFTS The Allstate Foundation Thomas R. Young Bank of America Matching Gifts Program Sara Frances Campbell Kimberly A. Elmore The Burlington Industries Foundation James R. Martin

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hopkins, Jr. Mr. Tommy King Skin’s, Inc. Superior Sound & Consulting

The Fluor Foundation J. David Alewine GE Foundation Sherry J. Cook

Mr. Robin B. Kelley

G. Ross Anderson, Jr. Endowed Scholarship

DENMARK CIRCLE

Tribute for Mr. David O. Martin

General Endowment

Dr. and Mrs. E. Perry Carroll

Mr. and Mrs. Don Acevedo

Hal W. Hall Endowed Scholarship

Milliken & Company Matching Gift Program

Dr. and Mrs. James A. Chisman

Harrianne B. Lynch (’75) Endowed Scholarship

J. Leighton Brown

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Smith

Ralph Hayes Toyota

Robert L. Cloaninger

Jeanette Morris Moorhead Endowed Scholarship

OAKS SOCIETY

Nationwide Foundation

Jerry Sloan, Jr. Criminal Justice Scholarship

Backdrops Fantastic, Inc.

Darrell D. Sage

DELL Computers

Mr. and Mrs. C. Joel Sprague Tribute for Mrs. Gail T. McGregor 1958 Mr. and Mrs. William N. Epps, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John McClain

Margaret Evans Woodham Endowed Scholarship

Elevate Audio, LLC

Tribute for Mr. Hansel H. McKee

Mary Martin Endowed Scholarship

Giant Photos LLC

Michael and Laura Duduit Endowment

Ms. Kelly D. Godwin

Dr. Joyce A. Wood Tribute for Aubrey Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Terrel E. Cribbe Tribute for Mrs. Frances B. Owen

Milliken Endowment Olga V. Pruitt, MD Endowed Scholarship

Dr. and Mrs. Evans P. Whitaker

Robert Burks Biblical Studies Scholarship

Tribute for Mrs. Clyde M. Park 1950

Robyn Axmann Christian Leadership Scholarship

Mr. and Mrs. W. Richard Mattox

Ron C. Cross Endowed Scholarship Ruby Stevenson Nettles Scholarship

Tribute for Mrs. Donna I. Sage Mr. Darrell D. Sage Tribute for Mr. Ronald R. Worley Mr. and Mrs. Marshall A. Mullinax Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan T. McClure Ms. Dawn Robbins

ENDOWMENT GIFTS

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Ferrell

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hammond McMillan, Pazdan, Smith Architecture PET Dairy

Van Ray Kenny Harvey Endowed Scholarship Vonceil C.R. Cribb Academic Scholarship in Elementary Education William D. Brown Endowed Scholarship

David J. Van De Water Owens-Corning Foundation Matching Gift Program David M. Boles

Sports Action Photography

Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program

Strickland Fine Art

Cheryl A. Lusk

LOYALTY CLUB

Regions Financial Corporation

Saluda Valley

Scott E. Whitaker

Shirley James Findley Scholarship V. Laniel Chapman Leadership Scholarship

Northwestern Mutual Foundation Matching Gifts Program

LIBRARY DONATIONS The following individuals made gifts of books or equipment to the Thrift Library.

SCANA Corporation/SCE&G Nancy B. Anderson State Farm Insurance Companies Foundation Jack N. Holland

Mr. Jimmy Baker

Terence V. Roberts

Ms. Rita Baylor Dr. Jim A. Chisman Dr. Jim Haughey

The Duke Energy Foundation Matching Gifts Program

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Hunter, David B. and Mary Stuart

EXECUTIVE DONOR

Hunter, Jr., Jairy C.

Robert Klatt

Doris M. Martin

SCICU STUDENT RESEARCH PROGRAM

Barry F. Schumpert

Baruch Foundation, Belle W.

Jackson Family Donor Advised Fund

CELEBRITY SPONSOR

John F. Stevenson

BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina

Johnson, J. Thomas

Anderson Heart

Jones, William H.

Verizon Foundation

Coker, Charles W. & Elizabeth H. Fnd.

AnMed Health

Keith, Colleen Perry

Daniel-Mickel Foundation, The

Kellet, Jr., James “Wim”

Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program

Hampton, Robert E. and Joyce M.

King, Jr., Russell C.

Koerwer, V. Scott

Robert F. Berry

Landrith, J. Wayne & Tonya P.

Lane Memorial Foundation, Mills B.

Lane, Jr., Hugh C.

Robert R. Campbell Kathy P. Fletcher

Stanley W. Vaughan

Dianne W. Vaughn

SOUTH CAROLINA INDEPENDENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES, INC. Following are corporations, foundations, businesses and individuals who supported private higher education across South Carolina through their gifts to South Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (SCICU) Inc. of which Anderson University is a member. A s a benefit from membership in SCICU during the fiscal year September 1, 2010 through August 31, 2011, Anderson University received the following support:

Ingram Innovations, Inc.

Lattimore, Ray A.

SCICU ANNUAL UNRESTRICTED CAMPAIGN

LeFever, Michael G.

Alwinell Foundation

Malloy Foundation, The

Allen Organ Studios

Mayo, Jr., Earl L.

Alwinell Foundation

McKinney, Kathleen C.

Arkwright Foundation, The

McNair Law Firm Foundation

AT&T

Moore Foundation, B.C.

Atlantic Coast Life Insurance Company

Nexsen Pruett, LLC

Bank of America Matching Gifts Program

Phifer/Johnson Foundation

Bank of South Carolina, The Barnet Foundation Trust, The Barton, Jr., Henry E. Baskins, Henri Etta Beatty, Jr., William C. Brenan, Michael R.

EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD

Burnette, M. Malissa

AT&T

Campbell Consulting Group, The

BB&T of South Carolina

Cannon, Gary M. and Judy J.

Berry, Charlotte J.

Clifton, Susan W. and Jack A.

Duke Energy Foundation

Coker, Joan S.

NBSC

Cook, Russell D.

TIAA-CREF

Dargan Foundation

Vulcan Materials Company

Diamond Hill Plywood Company

Wyche Burgess Freeman & Parham, P.A.

Dickson Foundation, Inc.

Byrd Family Trust

Elliott Davis, LLC

Norfolk Southern Foundation

Richardson, Luns C. Robinson, Ann K.

E. Kim Furr, DMD

Sauer Company, C.F.

Senior Solutions

Sealevel Systems, Inc.

Lilia Day Spa

Sellers, Jr., Cleveland L. Shannon, III, Edward M.

The Walker Agency, Inc./Palmetto Insurance Associates, Inc.

Shealy III, Walter D.

Individualized Physical Therapy, Inc.

Showa Denko Carbon, Inc.

1st Choice Realty – Clemson

Smith Development Company

Anderson Periodontic Associates

Smith Foundation, A.O.

Fork Rescue Squad

Southeastern Freight Lines, Inc.

Bank of Anderson

Spencer, Nancy J.

Tucker’s Restaurant, Inc.

SunTrust Bank, Inc.

Whitaker, Evans P.

Goodlett, Toby W.

Whitener, Tricia Wharton

Griffin, Walter, R.

Wyatt, Robert L.

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J. Brent Copeland DMD, PA

Shaw, Minor M.

GMK Associates, Inc. Foundation

Timken Company Charitable Trust Tisdale, Henry N.

Griffith, John V.

Horn, Randall C.

Ionosphere Travel and Tours

RAZZLE DAZZLE SPONSOR

Vulcan Materials Company

Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation

Darrell D. Sage

Roberts, Terence V.

Freeman, Elaine T.

Hoopes-Matthews, Heather

Judd Wilson

ITRON

Van Every Foundation, Philip L.

Hartsville Oil Mill

Lee’s Marine

Render, Philip N.

Fleming, Elizabeth A.

UPS Educational Endowment/CIC

Hospice of the Upstate

Rawl & Sons, Inc., Walter P.

Torrence, Sr., Andrew E. and Brenda S.

South Carolina Student Loan Corporation

Edward Jones

Sullivan-King Mortuary and Crematory

Fisher, Sara B.

Sonoco Foundation

National Health Care

Post & Courier Foundation, The

Bank of America Charitable Foundation, Inc.

SCE&G

Anderson Skin and Cancer Clinic, P.A.

Medicus

First Citizens Bank

Duke Energy Foundation

Automotive Service Associates, Inc.

Lomax, John F.

Bailey Foundation

Colonial Life One to One Scholarship

ENCORE SPONSOR

The McDougald Funeral Home/ Cremation Services

Enigma Corporation

BB&T Charitable Foundation

Mary Ann Wilson Tax Service

Lesesne, Jr., Joab M.

SCICU SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Epting, James B.

AMBASSADOR SPONSOR

ANDERSON SENIOR FOLLIES 2012

Lee’s Marine, LLC Boscobel Golf Club Diamond B Ranch Francis M. Branyon, III, CPA, LLC Cornerstone Family Dentistry

TROJAN CLUB The Trojan Club supports Anderson University’s student-athletes and our 16 South Atlantic Conference teams. For more information about our athletic programs or on becoming a member of the Trojan Club, contact Nancy


Simpson, Athletic Director, at (864) 231-2023.

MEMBERSHIP GIFT LEVELS

Mr. Chad R. Nelms *

Mr. James Brunelli

Mr. and Mrs. William E. Phillips

Mrs. Kyron L. Cain

BLACK AND GOLD

Mr. Barry D. Ray *

Marshall Cash

Mrs. Tiffany J. Blackwell

Rev. and Mrs. William C. Rigsby

Inez L. Coffeen

Palmetto Insurance Associates, Inc. *

Doug and Kathi Douglas *

Louie and Pam Ross *

Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Como

President $1,000+ Black and Gold $500 - $999 Athletic Director $250 - $499 Coach $100 - $249 Player $50 - $99 Pure Gold $10 - $49

Lee and A mber Griffey

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Royal, Jr.

Lisa E. Corley

Bob and Nancy Hanley *

Ms. Patrice F. Shearin *

Mr. Timothy T. Davis

Randolph V. Hayes

Phil and Caroline Singleton *

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Delmontagne

Dr. Shirley R. Jacks *

Stuart and Sarah Sprague

Mr. Carter Knobel *

Mr. Michael S. Stoner

PRESIDENT

Mr. John Lesueur

Carolyn and Richard Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Randal S. Mills

Mr. Jason T. Taylor *

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Neipp

Mrs. Annie Claire Tribble

Bradley W. Orr *

Mr. and Mrs. B. Joel Trull

Our Dream Pizza, Inc.

Mark and Denise Uldrick

ARAMARK Campus Services *

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Owens

Ann and Allen Waters

Mr. Beattie B. Ashmore

Cobb and Denise Oxford *

Welborn Tire & Automotive, Inc.

Gary and Apryl Bailey *

Danny M. Parker *

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Gift

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde A. White

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Berry

Earl and Christine Parris

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Gillard, III

Blue Ridge Electric Cooperative, Inc.*

Mr. and Mrs. G. Franklin Pendleton, II

Mr. Brett B. Widenhouse and Ms. Kathryn E. Diener

Robby and Mary Goss

Paul and Cheryl Aaron Judge and Mrs. G. Ross Anderson, Jr. Anderson Skin and Cancer Clinic, P.A. *

Carousel Industries Chapman, Byrholdt & Yon, L.L.P. * Charter Business

Ralph Hayes Toyota Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D. Strickland

Duke Energy

Deb and Scott Taylor *

Enterprise Specialty Products

Mr. and Mrs. William O. Trent *

Epps, Nelson and Epps *

Mr. Jerry A. Whitmire*

Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Eskridge

Ms. V. Lucille Wrenn

Forms & Supply, Inc. *

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR

Thomas C. and Sherrill Hall *

Geary and Martha Abrams *

Hill Electric Company, Inc.

ATP Productions, Inc.

Mr. Butch Hughes

Dr. and Mrs. Robert G. Austin

Isom Electric, LLC

Mr. Bobby Beville *

Dan and Mary Long * Sue G. Miller * MTS Office Machines, L.L.C. Network Controls and Electric, Inc. Robert “Lujack” Orr and Sara Jane Orr * Pepsi Beverage Company PET Dairy Bitsy and Marshall Pickens * Prime Line Communications Dr. and Mrs. Mark J. Quarterman RheTel Mr. Charlie C. Sanders Saturn Freight * Nancy and Wayne Simpson *

COACH

Ms. Rebekah Burdick Mr. Kevin M. Capps Chick-fil-A at Anderson Pavilion FSU * Mrs. Kristie Cole* Bill and Norma Davis

Mr. Andrew P. Driver Mr. and Mrs. John C. Eargle, Sr. Christopher W. Edwards First Sun Management Corp. Mr. Raymond M. Fowler, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Galliford Mr. Earl Gault Giant Photos LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Gosselin Mr. and Mrs. Ed Greene Mr. William E. Gustafson Mr. Lendon N. Hagan * Mr. Dan Hallman

Anonymous Donor

Hampton Heights Baptist Church

Ms. Judy S. Bailey

Cary and Renee Hickman

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bailey Mr. Kristopher K. Barnett Mr. Wayne P. Behrendt

Glenn Plumbing Company, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Langford

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Wright

Mr. and Mrs. Marty Shugart

Dennis and Cynthia Claramunt *

Dr. and Mrs. Mark R. Jackson

Drs. Charles and Margaret Wooten *

Mr. Scott A. Dickey*

Mr. Jackson Hooker Chris and Lynne Huitt Ms. Susanne Jacobson

TROJAN CLUB BOARD The Trojan Club Board supports and enriches the athletic programs of the University. The board, which meets monthly, serves to promote athletic functions, encourages others to become active in the Trojan Club, and supports the ideals of good sportsmanship and competitive spirit among Anderson University’s student-athletes.

DELL Computers Dr. Michael Duduit Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Endres Mr. and Mrs. C. Danny Epting Mr. Paul W. Ferrell Mr. Timothy Jared Mr. and Mrs. Rick Johnson Phillip and Carol Martin Dr. Beverly R. McAdams * Ms. Elizabeth Mirick

Standeffer and Harbin, L.L.P.

Ms. Marian M. Moorhead

Thrift Brothers, Inc. *

Dr. and Mrs. James E. Motes *

Kristie Cole Scott A. Dickey 1978 James T. Douglas, III Jesse O. Drennon, Jr. 1972 George M. Ducworth Dan Hallman Shirley R. Jacks Daniel C. Long Beverly Rice McAdams Robert W. Orr 1969 Neil Paul Bitsy Pickens Marshall I. Pickens, Jr.

Greg J. Quarles Patrick C. Rogers, Jr. 1989 Pam Bryant Ross 1979 Kevin M. Selman 1996 Caroline G. Singleton Deb Taylor Scott Taylor J. Mike Thrasher 1967 William O Trent Annie Claire Tribble 1963 David Walker Jacquelyn V. Walker Mickey A. Walker

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Todd and Yvette Price Mr. James S. Pringle

Mr. Edward L. Trujillo

Dr. and Mrs. John W. Cordray, Jr.

Ms. Letha A. Jones

Marcelie and Joycelan Tucker

JoAnn M. Crider

Mr. James S. Kines

Mr. Jacob A. Queen

Tyndall Federal Credit Union

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Delmontagne

Dr. David Korn

Railsback Pump and Control Services, Inc.

Tytech Mechanical LLC

Mr. Ed Duvall *

Mr. Brian T. Richardson

W. E. Black Termite & Pest Control, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Eckert

Dale Riddle

Mr. and Mrs. Steven V. Witcher

Robinette Properties

Dr. Joyce A. Wood *

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Rodgers

Mr. Aaron Woods

Mr. Christopher N. James

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kunst Mr. and Mrs. Stuart C. Lenning Michael and Angie Long Mr. Stephen Lough Mr. and Mrs. William Y. Lu Mr. T.G. Madden Mr. John M. Mangano William and Roberta Monts Mr. David E. Moss Mr. David Neace Mr. Brian S. Noble Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Padro, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Panagakos Pendleton & Pendleton Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Perdomo Mr. and Mrs. Mario L. Perez Personal Dental Lab, Inc. Dr. David J. Prager Mr. and Mrs. Selden Pratt Premium Services AB Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge C. Rose Dr. Carolyn T. Ross Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Rowe Ms. Virginia R. Sanderson Ms. Toni R. Saxon Kevin and Marcia Selman * Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Simpson Gordon R. Smith, Ph.D. Mr. John W. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Jim Snyder Sport Supply Group

Mrs. Susan B. Wooten * Kevin M. Young Mr. and Mrs. Mark Young

PLAYER Mr. and Mrs. John B. Aycock Mr. Dan C. Batchelor Lee and Jennifer Bell * The Ben Smith Co., LLC Mrs. Tammy L. Bertel

Sports Action Photography

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Brock

Mr. Lewis A. Stewart, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Browning

Mr. and Mrs. James R. Thompson, Jr.

Carolina Eyes, Inc.

Ms. Lucilo Torres

Dr. J. Robert Cline, Jr.

Mrs. Elaine D. Feder Mr. Bill L. Fingerlow Mr. Gregory G. Foster Ms. Shayleen M. Francis Mr. Gregory G. Gibson Ms. Jean Glenn Ms. Donna A. Graff Mrs. Geneva S. Gray Mr. George M. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Greene Ms. Emma C. Guilarte Mr. Pete Halsmer Mr. Tony Hamilton Mrs. Charis Hrdina J. Philip Morgan Agency, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. David S. Jordan

BOARD OF VISITORS The Board of Visitors is a group of outstanding men and women who occupy positions of leadership and influence in the region. These individuals are selected on the basis of their willingness to share their ideas, initiatives, and resources for the common good of the University. These distinguished citizens believe in the worth of the individual, the value of independent, Christian higher education, and the expressed mission, vision and values of Anderson University. Sterling Allen G. Ross Anderson, Jr. Philip E. Ashley Robert G. Austin Jimmy Bayne Carl C. Beard Robert F. Berry M. Douglas Black 1999 Diana T. Bolding 1990 Glenn Brill Juan and Kay Brown John B. Buice, Jr. Carol E. Burdette Dennis M. Burt Bruce A. Byrholdt Phillip C. Cahaly Becky F. Campbell J. Glenn Cantrell Irvin Cauthen V. Laniel Chapman Brian G. Cheek 1996 James A. Chisman James P. Clamp 1968 Marie M. Collins Francis M. Crowder, Sr. Judy M. Darby Wim DePape

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Peggy G. Deane Sammy W. Dickson, III 1973 James T. Douglas, III Vance E. Drawdy Tom W. Dunaway, III William S. Dunlap, Jr. William N. Epps, Jr. James Evers David H. Fant 1983 Charles W. Fant, Jr. John F. Fiedler Lamar Gaillard Dan L. Gissendanner Ben F. Hagood, III Thomas C. and Sherrill K. Hall 1966 Robert R. Hayes 1996 Randolph V. Hayes Darrell Hewett Frank P. Hughes, III Shane Hunt Roy B. Jeffcoat B. Mendell Key Coleman Kirven Steven C. Kirven R. Carter Knobel Michael L. Little

B. Neal Long Jim Lovinggood Royd C. Lutz Margaret H. MacKay 1975 D. Pruitt Martin Thomas L. Martin William R. and Nancy Masters Alice Strickland McCallum 1979 Linda P. McConnell B. C. McConnell, Jr. Beechard C. McConnell, III 1990 Douglas C. McDougald, Jr. Jesse R. McGee Donald G. McLeese 1964 W. David Medlin 1977 Pam S. Melbourne Julie F. Miller Hamid Mohsseni Marian M. Moorhead Roger W. Mudd Michael F. Mullinax Doug Newton D. Kirk Oglesby, Jr. Robert (Lujack) Orr 1969 David Peters William B. Pickens

Bitsy Pickens Marshall I. Pickens, Jr. R. Todd Price 2005 Ken M. Rada Robert M. Rainey Terence V. Roberts Scott A. Robertson Cordes G. Seabrook, Jr. Richard A. Shirley 1975 Greg L. Shore Leland C. Stoddard Russell K. Street Forest D. Suggs, Jr. Paul A. Talmadge B. J. Taylor 1959 Caroline R. Tolbert Louise M. Trammell Michael P. Van Gieson Carolyn Voisin Dan E. Wagner David Walker D. Scott Webber W. Brown West 1999 Tim L. Williamson 1987 R. Leland Williamson 1970 John B. Wright


Ms. Shannon J. Kaiser

Mark and Adele Aycock

Mrs. Brenda Krissel

Dr. Thomas D. Skelly

Mr. and Mrs. J. Bryan Kelley

James C. Baker, Jr.

Laboone Enterprise LLC

Mrs. Dolores T. Small

Mr. David O. Koch

Mr. James C. Baker, III

Ms. S. Rene Laughter

Mrs. Lynne P. Smith

Guy and Shannon Kohn

Mr. Davis Barnwell

Ms. Anne E. Lee

Ms. Sandra S. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Kramer

Mrs. Karen Baumgarner

Mr. Kenneth L. Ligget, Jr.

Ms. Ashley F. Smoak

Mr. and Mrs. Greg Latham

Mr. Eddie R. Beauchamp

Ms. Nina Lutz

Ms. Alexandria P. Stathakis

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Leitch

Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Malm

Mr. and Mrs. Nick Stayanoff

Dr. Raymond C. Lyew

Ms. Susan D. Bowers

Mr. Eric E. Malone

Ms. Kathy M. Steinmeyer

Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Martin, Sr.

Dr. James E. Breisch

Mr. and Mrs. Rick May

Ms. Carol W. Strohm

Skipper and Kay Maynard

Ms. Hazle J. Brown

Mr. Andrew T. McDermott

Mr. John A. Swanzie

Mr. Steven T. McCarter

Mr. Chet Buckley

Mr. Dan McDermott

Ms. Belinda W. Todd

Mr. and Mrs. Dondi J. McGowan

Mr. Robert M. Caler

Dennis and Laurie McDermott

Mr. Dearyl L. Todd

Mr. and Mrs. C. Lindsey McMorris

Mr. Jack P. Cann, Jr.

Ms. Patricia A. McLaughlin

Mrs. Nancie S. Toler

Mr. Joe Miller

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Carr

Mr. and Mrs. Stan W. Tompkins

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin W. Mitchell

Mr. Bruce Cochran

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph V. McLaughlin, Sr.

Mr. Steve K. Neilsen

Mr. Eric Colangelo

Richard E. Parnell

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Colvin

Gary and Deborah Patterson

Ms. Sherry D. Coney

Ms. Carole A. Pinkett

Deborah R. Culler

Mr. and Mrs. Jose Montano

Mr. Albert L. Pittman

Mr. and Mrs. Earl N. Daniel

Mr. Bryan M. Monteon

Mrs. Lucy S. Pittman

Mr. Joshua T. Delmontagne

Mr. Stanley A. Moss

Richard T. Poore

Mr. and Mrs. Gene R. Evans, Sr

Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Mowery

Ms. Ann Rabun

Ms. Connie M. Foster

Mr. Paul Munnilal

Mrs. Roberta P. Reynolds

Ms. Elizabeth R. Foster

Mr. Michael J. Neumeyer

Mr. Jason Ritchie

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Fricks

Mr. C. Jerry Opperman

Mrs. Marilyn A. Roller

Mr. and Mrs. J. Brian Fuller

Mrs. Lynette M. Pannell

Michelina B. Romano

Ms. Nellie Giddens

Rev. and Mrs. Robert R. Parker

Mr. John N. Rosendale

Mrs. John C. Gillis, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Parks

Mr. Nathaniel J. Rosendale

John and Linda Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Peterson

Saluda Valley

Robert and Elizabeth Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Peterson

Mr. and Mrs. Bobby G. Sexton

Mr. Jack Greene

Dr. and Mrs. George A. Playford

Mrs. Kay R. Shain

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Griffin

Mrs. Denise M. Pritchett

Mrs. Janet L. Sherman

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hamrick

Mr. and Mrs. David N. Purinton

Mrs. Becky Simpson

Ms. Donna M. Hansen

Ms. Wilma M. Quesenberry

Mr. David M. Skelly

Mr. Harland W. Hansen

Mr. George J. Reed

Smith’s Termite and Pest Control, Inc.

Hearthside Homes, Inc.

Mr. Gerald C. Reeves

Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hohn

Ms. Jamie Ressler

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Snyder

HR Baseball Enterprises, Inc.

Ms. Michelle T. Rice

Mr. and Mrs. Mel A. Spector

Mr. Douglas E. Hudgens

Ms. Deanna L. Roberts

Spikes Select Baseball

Mr. Julius Imperioli

Mr. John N. Robinson

Mr. Tan N. Truong

Mr. Arthur F. Jacobson

Justin and Janet Romano

Ms. Mary E. Underwood

Mr. Edward A. Jacobson

Mr. Thomas Romano

Mr. David A. Wachter, Sr.

Ms. Betty M. Jeffries

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Rose

Janice C. Walters

Mr. David D. Johnson

Ms. Sharon L. Ross

Mr. and Mrs. Noel E. Walton

Mr. Kenneth Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Sanderson

Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Wright

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Jones

Ms. Mary A. Scarberry

Yogo Express, Inc.

Ms. Judy Kay

Robert and Sally Settle

Ms. Beverly C. Kelley

Mr. Scott Shaffer

Mrs. Gladys C. Kelley

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas T. Simpson

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde L. Kimbrell

Chad and Angela Singleton

Mr. Lyle Klemm

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Skelly

PURE GOLD Mr. Brad Austin

Ms. Jacqueline McLurkin Mr. Joshua S. Merry Mr. Lewis M. Mills

Ms. Christina U. Treichler Mr. Francis N. Treichler Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Trowbridge Mrs. Dulcenea Trujillo Mr. and Mrs. Jose M. Valderramos Mr. and Mrs. John C. Vinskus Dennis and Becky Walker Mr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Walls Mrs. Vikki K. Walters Ms. Jacqueline Washington Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wells Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wheeler Dr. Jerry C. White Ms. Mary V. Williams Mrs. Stephanie Y. Williams Mr. William H. Wood, Jr.

THE HONOR ROLL OF DONORS includes those whose gifts were received between June 1, 2011 and May 31, 2012, the university’s fiscal year. In preparing this document, every effort has been made to ensure accuracy and completeness. If a mistake was made in the way a donor was identified or if a donor’s name was omitted from a gift list, we sincerely apologize. Please report any corrections to the Office of Institutional Advancement at 864-231-2140 or development@ andersonuniversity.edu. Thank you.

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class notes For additional information on alumni, go to www.andersonuniversity.edu and click on Alumni and Friends.

honors & awards Wade King, ’08, was named the 2012 Teacher of the Year at Pendleton Elementary School, where he teaches fifth grade math; Krystal M. Mainous, ’07, was named Teacher of the Year at Starr Elementary School for 2012-13; Robin S. Bracken, ’05, was named the 2012 recipient of the C. F. Reams Distinguished Teacher Award presented annually by Anderson University; Josh Herlong, ’05, reached Pacesetter 40 in his first six months with Northwestern Mutual. This is an accomplishment that less than 10% of representatives achieve; Jean Jones, ’05, was named Teacher of the Year at Varennes Academy in Anderson for 2012-13; Kelli B. Petit, ’05, was named Teacher of the Year at Ben Hagood Elementary in Pickens for 2012-13; Dohnia O. Galloway, ’04, and Ryan Galloway, ’03, were named winners of the South Carolina Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher Achievement Award Contest in December 2011. Their grand prize was a Chevrolet Silverado, $1,000 cash, and an expense-paid trip to Honolulu, where they competed for the American Farm Bureau Young Farmer & Rancher Achievement Award. Dohnia was also one of nine U.S. teachers recognized by the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture for outstanding efforts to promote agricultural literacy in the classroom. She attended the National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference in Loveland, Colo. in June; Sherri S. Phillips, ’93, was named Teacher of the Year at Iva Elementary School for 2012-13; Sandra W. Roper, ’80, has received an award for her work from the South Carolina Watermedia Society. Her work will be one of 30 artists featured in a statewide traveling exhibit, which kicks off in September. Prior to that exhibit, the paintings were showcased at City Art Gallery in Columbia from July 7-Sept. 2; Linda C. Keaton-Lima, ’68, has edited a book written by her father Claude “Red” Canup entitled War is Not Just for Heroes: World War II Dispatches and Letters of U.S. Marine Corps Combat Correspondent Claude R. “Red” Canup. It was published in May by The University of South Carolina Press; Sherry P. Wilson, ’66, was inducted into the Athens Athletic Hall of Fame on May 14.

weddings Drew Mahaffey, ’12, wed Amanda Johnson, a current student at AU, on July 22; Chelsea Jones, ’12, wed Micah Roberts, ’12, on July 21; Ashleigh Hart, ’12, wed Nick Marcie, a current student at AU, on June 2; Katelyn Harder, ’12, wed Jonathan Luna on June 2; Christine Wilder, ’12, wed Will Davis, ’12, on June 9; Jensen Seear, ’12, wed Laura Graham, ’12, on June 2; Laura Lennon, ’12, wed Bobby Curtis on June 16; Braxton Maddox, ’11, wed Caroline Maxwell on March 10; Katelyn Conover, ’11, wed Brad Kessler, ’10, on October 23, 2011; Liz Magaha, ’11, wed Matthew Joel Pearson on January 14; Blythe Hall, ’11, wed Daniel Scott Strawhorn on March 10; Morgan Johnson, ’11, wed Will Martin on March 24; Kaleb Davis, ’11, wed Jamie Rusnak, ’09, on June 3, 2011; Alston Pettigrew, ’11, wed Allison Guthrie, ’12, on June 2; Kayla Wightman, ’11, wed Antonio Roundtree on April 21; Rhynne Young, ’11, wed Thomas Alexander Owens on June 5; Justin Funderburk, ’10, wed Hanna Smith, ’11, on July 7; Kelli Whitfield, ’10, wed Preston Freeman on January 21; Jamie Lancaster, ’10, wed Brady Peele, ’10, on May 12; Crystal Tuttle, ’09, wed Douglas Holland on November 19, 2011; Matt Jennings, ’09, wed Brittany Steen, ’11, on April 21; Mollie Hyder, ’09, wed Grant Reeves, ’09, on July 14; Heather Martin, ’09, wed Kyle James on April 21; Sterling Kenny, ’08, wed Jason Draper on March 10; Tadd Tatum, ’08, wed Meredith McKenzie Orten on April 20; Tiffiny Gilliland, ’08, wed Michael Francis on April 13; Nolan Gottlieb, ’06, wed Margaret Tanner on July 21; Loren Tallaksen, ’05, wed Tim Carr on May 29, 2011; Shaun Murphy, ’05, wed Austin Merritt on March 31; Paige Eubanks, ’05, wed Lee Carter on June 16; Valerie Gaines, ’94, wed Roul Thacker on April 7.

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grad school Danielle Atkinson, ’12, is a graduate teaching assistant in accounting at Appalachian State University, where she is pursuing her master’s; Derrike Black, ’11, is pursuing his master’s in education at Charleston Southern University; Adam Moseley, ’09, earned his master’s in mathematical sciences (concentrating in statistics) at Clemson University in May 2011; Kenny Smith, ’09, began his master’s in math education with the University of Phoenix in June; Matt Jennings, ’09, completed his master’s in information technology in 2011 from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Asa Moran, ’09, is pursuing his MBA at Lenoir-Rhyne University; David Crowther, ’09, has been accepted into the Ph.D. program at Southeastern Seminary; Kayla T. Guffee, ’08, completed her master’s in literacy education in 2010 from The Citadel; Nolan Gottlieb, ’06, completed his M.A.T. from Georgia College in May; Sarah C. Latshaw, ’03, earned a master’s in human services from Liberty University in 2012 with a concentration in health and wellness.

baby news Kelli W. Freeman, ’10, twin sons, Karson Tyler and Tanner Jay, May 1; Kayla T. Guffee, ’08, a son, Rollins Thomas, December 30, 2010; Megan H. Stafford, ’08, a son, Paxton James, March 8; Leah W. Reynolds, ’08, and Landon Reynolds, ’08, twin daughters, Hallie Elizabeth and Sullivan Grace, April 9; DeeDee S. Whetstine, ’08, and Ryan Whetstine, ’08, a son, Thaddeus Ryan, March 11; Dee I. Self, ’07, a daughter, Kingsley Ryan, April 14; Kari P. Lynch, ’05, a son, Kellan, June 1, 2011; Jason Ratliff, ’05, a daughter, Bowen Kate, March 10; Stephanie D. Bridges, ’05, a son, Lucas Aaron, February 28; Ashley H. Tribble, ’04, and Jonathan Tribble, ’04, twin daughters, Olivia Claire and Neko Jan, in February; Rose M. Morrison, ’04, a son Jude Lachlan, December 6, 2011; Ellen G. Keefer, ’02, a son, Luke Ethan, December 2, 2010; Jason Patterson, ’02, a son, Benjamin Hayes, May 27; Audra D. Brown, ’01, a daughter, Anna Sophia, April 16, 2010; Jason Long, ’00, a daughter, Kinsley Elizabeth, March 5; Ed Duvall, ’91, a son, Noah William, July 22.

in memoriam Elinor Maxwell Bond, ’41, died March 18. She was a former member of the Pilot Club of Seneca, where she served in all the various offices. She was also the former governor of the South Carolina District of the Pilot Club International from 1962-1963 and she was an active and dedicated member of the Pilot Club of Hartwell for many years. She was retired from the Hart County School System, where she taught fifth and sixth grade English and reading at Hartwell Elementary from 1966 until 1988. She was affectionately known as “Mama Bond” by her students and was remembered as having a quote on her wall in her classroom; 1 Timothy 4:12 “Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example…in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith, and in purity.” She was a very devoted member of Hartwell First United Methodist Church. In her earlier days, she taught the Wallace White Men’s Sunday School Class and led a devotion between services on Sunday mornings. She spread her love of the church and God to others in the community by starting what is now the “Dial-A-Prayer” ministry. Over the years, she was active in the Sojourners and the Sunshine Club. She was a member of the Live-Wire Wesley Class and the May Lily-McCurry UMW Circle Group. Elinor was always involved in the many activities at the church and was a spark of life to all she was involved in. Ruby Cook Archer, ’45, died March 18. Upon graduation from Anderson, she was assistant to the dean for several years. She was a member of the Fort King Presbyterian Church, Ocala, where she served in several capacities over the years: Session member, Sunday School Superintendent for the children, choir member, pianist, member of the Women of the Church and recipient of the Presbyterian Women’s Lifetime Achievement Award. For a number of years, Ruby was director of music at Ocala’s New Hope School and Opportunity Workshop at ARC (Association for Retarded Citizens) and worked with the citizens there in music. She’s a 50-year member of the P.E.O. International Sisterhood, a sisterhood promoting educational opportunities for women, and served as president of the Ocala Chapter from 1977 to 1979.

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Gail Teasley McGregor, ’58, died April 16, 2012. Gail had served on the Anderson University Alumni Board from 1997-2000 and was also a class agent for the Class of 1958. She was an accomplished business woman, who spent many years in the vehicle and equipment leasing industry. In 1982 she founded Southeastern Leasing, Co., Inc., in Anderson with her late husband, William F. “MAC” McGregor. Gail was a member of First Baptist Church of Anderson for over 60 years. Paul Edward “Ed” Matheny, Jr., ’67, died July 8. Rev. Matheny served as a part time pastor and minister of music in churches while in college and seminary. After graduation from Southwestern Baptist Seminary, he became the full time minister of music and education for the First Baptist Church of Thomasville, N.C., from 1972-1977; then from 1977 to 1994, he served as minister of education and church administrator for Boulevard Baptist Church in Anderson. In 1994 he moved to Smoke Rise Baptist Church, Stone Mountain, Ga., where he served as minister of adults and church administrator. Ed was an ASSIST leader with the Saluda Baptist Association, a state approved trainer for the South Carolina Baptist Convention, and a national campaign leader with adults for the Baptist Sunday School Board, Nashville, Tenn. He also led in training at Ridgecrest Baptist Conference Center, White Oak Conference Center, and in local churches. After retiring from the ministry, Ed served as full time building consultant for America’s Home Place and was a licensed realtor with Anderson Area Properties. Survivors include his wife Betsey C. Matheny, ’68; son Paul Edward Matheny III, ’92, and daughter Marianne M. Norris, ’97. Toni Ann Brill, ’07, died June 22; Audra Susanne Hayes Thames, ’88, died April 26; Frances Proffitt Carter, ’76, died April 12; Susan Neal Dickens, ’75, died June 19; John Lowell Aronson, ’74, died May 18; William “Bubba” Cooper Hightower, ’73, died May 4, he is survived by his wife Libby Hightower, ’73; William Robert Powell, ’73, died June 7, he is survived by his wife Martha Powell, who retired from Anderson University; Judy Ford King, ’72, died March 16; Wayne Vissage, ’71, died January 11, 2011; Jerry Craft, ’71, died July 14; Jo Earle Wooten Reynolds, ’67, died March 17; Shirley Couch Way, ’65, died April 3, 2009; Gary Ricker, ’63, died March 10, he is survived by his wife Lea D. Ricker, ’64; Peggy Anderson Chapman, ’63, died May 5; Bill Shirley, ’61, died June 13; Brenda Bowick Johnson, ’61, died March 8; Julia “Judy” Harden Phillips, ’60, died October 26, 2011; Joe C. Martin, Sr., ’59, died June 22; Phyllis Gail Manning, ’59, died March 16; Josephine Tilton Berte, ’51, died June 5, 2011; Dorothy “Dot” Wills Shore, ’50, died March 30, she is survived by her husband David Shore, ’49; Catherine Martin Burriss, ’49, died May 29; Louise Mattison “June” Brown, ’48, died December 29, 2011; Louise Moore Roper, ’48, died June 6; Sara Eunice Sullivan Pracht, ’48, died June 6, 2011; Joseph Edward “Ed” Coleman, Jr., ’48, died March 31, he is survived by his wife Una F. Coleman, ’48; Geraldine Ashworth Polak, ’48, died January 31; Hilda Mae “Kaye” King, ’47, died May 14; Blanche Kelley Stanton, ’44, died July 20, 2011; Doris Carlton Gray, ’44, died November 9, 2011; Martha Elizabeth “Lib” Tallevast Johnston, ’41, died May 9; Marie Wall Henderson, ’38, died February 14.

career news Courtney Sargent, ’12, is a fifth grade teacher at North Pointe Elementary in Anderson; Drew Mahaffey, ’12, is employed with Anderson Federal Credit Union; Brianne Holmes, ’12, is employed with Barnes and Noble; Danielle Atkinson, ’12, is an audit intern for Capin Crouse LLP; Chelsea J. Roberts, ’12, is a teacher’s aid with Cedar Grove Elementary; Micah Roberts, ’12, is a teacher at Palmetto Elementary; Elise Welch, ’12, is the marketing director for The Peoples Bank in Anderson; Jensen Seear, ’12, is employed in sales at Eastern Industrial Supplies, Inc.; Laura G. Seear, ’12, a first-grade teacher with Marion School District One; Alex Lewis, ’12, is employed with Anderson Federal Credit Union; CJ Smith, ’12, is a math teacher at Liberty High School; Brittany Arledge, ’11, is an interior designer for Chapman Design Group; Steven Bailey, ’11, is an English teacher at Westside High School in Anderson; Jamie Crighton, ’11, is the visual merchandising

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manager for J. Crew Factory Store in Bluffton; Taylor Hall, ’11, is a second grade teacher at Centerville Academy of 21st Century Learning in Anderson; Derrike Black, ’11, is the track coach at the University of the Cumberlands; Katelyn C. Kessler, ’11, is employed at the British American School of Charlotte; Blythe H. Strawhorn, ’11, is a teacher’s assistant at Belton Middle School; Kristin Smoak, ’11, is a first grade teacher at Sue Cleveland Elementary School in Greenville; Kaleb Davis, ’11, has returned to Anderson University as the new assistant baseball coach; Charlene Fidelia, ’11, is an adminstrative office support staff member at the University of North Carolina at Asheville; Marcus Salley, ’11, is the drama teacher at Colonial Forge High School in Fredericksburg, Va. He recently completed a nine-month tour with the National Players Shakespearean Touring Company; Rhynne Y. Owens, ’11, is employed by VIP Marketing & Advertising; Brittany S. Jennings, ’11, is a customer service representative for Synteen Technical Fabrics; Justin Funderburk, ’10, is a social studies teacher at E.L. Wright Middle School in Columbia; Brad Kessler, ’10, is an account executive for Imprinting Systems, Inc.; Nikki Anthony, ’10, is the volleyball coach for Woodmont High School in Piedmont; Jessie K. Cann, ’10, is assistant to the president of Erskine College; Michael McMinn, ’10, is senior pastor at Northside Baptist Church in Calhoun Falls; Adam Moseley, ’09, is employed with AT&T; Crystal T. Holland, ’09, is an ABA therapist with the South Carolina Early Autism Project; Kenny Smith, ’09, is a counselor aide at Bannum Place of Greenville; Matt Jennings, ’09, works for Duke Energy as a member of IT support for the Carolinas; Asa Moran, ’09, is director of operations for Manifest Legends Multimedia, where he heads up photography, videography, graphic design, and web design and development; David Crowther, ’09, is pastor of Mount Olive Baptist Church in Pittsboro, N.C.; Wendy Batten, ’08, is a sixth-grade teacher at LaFrance Elementary School; Joya Sellers, ’08, is a second grade teacher at Centerville Elementary in Anderson; Sterling K. Draper, ’08, is employed with TSAChoice and is in charge of their Greenville and Spartanburg area; Jenisha Berry, ’08, is a registered nurse with AnMed; Brandon Loudermilk, ’08, is the program director for the high school assessment program (HSAP) with the South Carolina Department of Education; Tadd Tatum, ’08, is a worship leader at NewSpring Church in Anderson; Beth Kay, ’07, is a ministry assistant with the church planting group of the Southern Baptist Convention; Jack Ward, ’07, is a trainer for Acceleration Sports Institute in Greenville. He has earned the following certifications: TPI CGFI, NASM PES, and NASE CSSE; Michelle Lodato, ’07, is the assistant director of financial aid at Erskine College; Laneika K. Musalini, ’06, is the director of grants development at Tri-County Technical College; Nolan Gottlieb, ’06, is teaching third grade science and social studies at Eagle Ridge Elementary in Milledgeville, Ga.; Rodney Lewis, ’06, is choral director and TV studio director at Barack Obama Elementary in Upper Marlboro, Md. He also coaches the boy’s basketball team at High Point High School in Beltsville, Md.; Derek Gillespie, ’05, is minister of youth and missions at Grace Community Church in Boca Raton, Fla.; Jodi Barnes, ’05, is an online course designer with the Learning House. Adam Dymond, ’04, is principal at Pendleton Elementary School; Jim Dochney, ’02, is the internet director at Ralph Hayes Toyota in Anderson. He is also the director of marketing for Manifest Legends Multimedia; Ellen G. Keefer, ’02, is a registered nurse for Hospice Care of South Carolina; Nichole Chestnut, ’00, is a special education teacher at CE Murray High School in Greeleyville; Valerie G. Thacker, ’94, is employed with Oconee DSS and is a member of the South Carolina National Guard 2nd/263rd ADA.; Steve Hanvey, ’85, has been appointed to the position of director of instructional services for the School District of Oconee County; Myron Duncan, ’83, is the elementary principal for Bucharest (Romania) Christian Academy. He represents the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE), his missions sending agency; Tobie F. Presler, ’79, is the president of Chrysalis Autism Center in Rock Hill; Andy Davis, ’72, is employed by the Adams 12 Five Star Schools system in Colorado. He had recently retired from the Cartersville, Ga. City School System; Gib Rogers, ’65, is the choir director for The Magnifiers (senior adult choir at Main Street UMC in Columbia.) He also serves as church pianist and hand bell director for Gilbert UMC.

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OCTObeR 27, 2012 FRidAy

Saturday

3Rd AnnuAL ALuMni And FRiends GOLF TOuRnAMenT

President’s Welcome and Special Ceremonies 10:00 AM • Front of Vandiver Hall • Dedication of the School of Nursing Tours available after ceremony • Recognition of 50th Reunion Class and Golden Anchor Society

Friday, October 26, 2012 Cobb’s Glen Country Club, Anderson, SC 12:30 Shotgun Start

Lunch provided by Barberitos. Registration is required. Call 864-231-2102 or email alumni@andersonuniversity.edu for brochure

4TH AnnuAL TROjAn CHALLenGe ALuMni And FRiends 5K Friday, October 26, 2012 Hosted by the AU SIFE

Registration is at 6:OO PM. 5K begins at 7:00 PM. Cost is $20 to enter. Register at www.strictlyrunning.com

Ceremonial Oak tree Planting by 50th reunion Class. 1:30 PM • Alumni Lawn All are welcome to attend. 3rd Annual Trojan Cook-Off 11:30 aM - 2:00 PM

Show your ticket and taste samples available from our contestants. Hamburgers and hotdogs will be available as well.

Faculty Meet and Greet • Golden Anchor society Gathering • Alumni board silent Auction The City street band • Classic Car Cruise-in • au Women’s & Men’s Soccer • Au Volleyball

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