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“Together, the Calvert community can be thankful for its many accomplishments over the past 125 years. We remain squarely focused on the future as we mark this milestone and reflect on our history, traditions, and key moments. The Calvert 125 Campaign stays true to children’s education in their most formative years. These core values will carry us into the centuries ahead." - Wendy & Ben Griswold ’52, Calvert 125 Campaign Chairs P ‘79, P ‘82, P ‘85, P ‘90, GP ‘18, GP ‘21

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More than 400 donors and nearly 50 volunteers from Calvert’s community across the country came together to raise $16 million through the Calvert 125 Campaign, exceeding the original goal by 30% and giving the School the opportunity to have an even greater impact in the world - now and for the next 125 years. Here is what we made possible together… C A LV E R T 1 2 5 C A M P A I G N R E P O R T

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CHAMPIONING A COMMUNITY OF LEADERS The Institute for Leadership & Purpose, a first-of-its-kind program established in 2018, empowers students in their early years to become purpose-driven global citizens through immersive leadership opportunities and community engagement. This effort, which aims to foster well-rounded thinkers and confident leaders, exposes children to outreach activities and local partnerships at an age when they are naturally developing a wider awareness of themselves, the Baltimore community, and the world. ​ Together, through the Calvert 125 Campaign, we are building on our commitment to educate good citizens. Nearly $1.8 million in campaign gifts supported a number of community-focused activities, many in perpetuity.

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“What inspired me about the ILP as it was being conceived was the intent to dissolve boundaries and engage students in building relationships and partnerships with students and schools throughout the city.” - Lead donor Dr. Keith Flaherty ’83 C A LV E R T 1 2 5 C A M P A I G N R E P O R T

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CALVERT 125 STRENGTHENED AND SUSTAINED THESE ILP INITIATIVES: PURPOSE LEARNING Key elements of purpose learning are cornerstone projects, community outreach, service learning, leadership certification, and many public and private partnerships.

“We made our investment in the Calvert 125 campaign to ensure a culture in which all community members can thrive. Diversity, equity, and inclusion programs are fundamental in making that possible.” - Anonymous donors

SPEAKER SERIES Through the Luke Stone ’86 Speaker Series, generously funded by an endowment gift from the Kahlert Foundation, the Calvert community will be introduced to a broad array of topics, viewpoints, and people, supporting the School’s mission to foster leadership, intellectual development, and strength of character.

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LEADERSHIP SUMMITS

BRIDGING BALTIMORE Safe Alternative Foundation For Education (SAFE) and the ILP launched a collaborative leadership program entitled Bridging Baltimore. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, 40 students (20 each from SAFE and Calvert) met biweekly to cultivate friendships, foster a shared vision for our city, and collectively learn and act on social issues affecting our communities.

“The sense of community that Hillyer imagined 125 years ago is very much alive. Our program has always encouraged students to experience leadership. Now, with the establishment of four new endowments for leadership programming, we are empowering our children to make a difference inside and outside of School.” - Head Master Andrew Holmgren

Each school year, Calvert hosts two leadership summits. This year, these summits will be virtual and will welcome public and private students and educators from schools across the city to gather for discussions and workshops with regional leaders.

LEADERSHIP JOURNEYS Calvert’s outdoor education programming allows students to explore their personal potential and broaden their perspectives. Starting in Fifth Grade and continuing through Middle School, leadership trips have included local, national, and international excursions. C A LV E R T 1 2 5 C A M P A I G N R E P O R T

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TRANSFORMING OUR CAMPUS When it opens in the fall of 2022, the Luetkemeyer Athletic Center will give Calvert its first-ever dedicated athletic building. Named in honor of Jack Luetkemeyer ’53, whose $2.5 million matching gift made it possible, the complex will house a convertible indoor artificial turf field for all Calvert sports, a student and faculty fitness room, and ten squash courts with an observation gallery. Moreover, it will serve as a space where the entire Calvert community can gather for events and activities, school-wide assemblies, student-led conferences, and afterschool clubs. The Luetkemeyer Athletic Center is the most important large-scale renovation on Calvert’s campus in nearly 20 years. The Luetkemeyer Athletic Center will grow one of Calvert’s most popular offerings, the squash program, which was launched in 2006 by Coach Mary Alice Lears. In recognition of her legacy, a group of families raised more than $150,000 to name a squash court in the new facility in her honor: the Mary Alice Lears Squash Court. 8

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Left: Construction begins on the upcoming Luetkemeyer Athletic Center, which will open in 2022. Right: Lead donor and trustee emeritus Jack Luetkemeyer ’53 speaks at the campaign closing celebration on September 19, 2021.

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INTRODUCING THE

LUETKEMEYER ATHLETIC CENTER

27,000 square feet 10 squash courts with spectator viewing area Student and faculty fitness center

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THE LUETKEMEYER ATHLETIC CENTER WILL: Expand the current athletic program significantly Enable Calvert to introduce squash in the Lower School Give advantage in a highly saturated independent school market Expand summer camp, after-school clubs, and all Calvert community event offerings Free up space in the Middle School for the science program by moving the faculty fitness center from the Middle School to the athletic complex

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1. Middle School teacher Mary Alice Lears attends the dedication ceremony for the squash court named in her honor. 2. Calvert’s squash team gathers for the 2020 U.S. Squash Middle School National Tournament held at Yale University. 3. Kent L. ’18 plays at a squash match. 4. Parker D. ’21, former Eighth Grade squash captain, speaks about the the program, which will find a new home in the Luetkemeyer Athletic Center. 12

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Head Master Andrew Holmgren joins Calvert 125 Campaign Chairs Wendy and Ben Griswold ’52, Honorary Chair Wendy Bond, and Board of Trustees Chairman Ward Classen ’71 in breaking ground on the upcoming Luetkemeyer Athletic Center.

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EXPANDING ACCESS TO EDUCATION The campaign’s focus on financial aid became even more important during the COVID-19 global pandemic. Calvert has always been dedicated to providing lower and middle school boys and girls with the best education in Baltimore, including students whose families could not otherwise afford the Calvert experience. COVID-19 emphasized our need to secure additional financial aid dollars for our endowment. Approximately one-third of Calvert students receive need-based financial assistance, with awards ranging from 10% to over 90% of tuition. During the 2021-2022 school year, Calvert awarded more than $2.4 million in tuition assistance. The campaign increased our financial aid endowment by more than $1.6 million. This will provide around $64,000 in new financial aid resources every year and boost the endowment designated for financial aid to more than $5 million. 14

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Financial aid awards are essential to keeping Calvert accessible to the brightest children in Baltimore, regardless of means. In times of crisis, financial aid helps families who are struggling with job loss or dealing with unexpected changes to their income. Right now, within our community, we have families who have been negatively impacted by COVID-19. The financial aid raised through this campaign ensures the assistance needed to keep our children in the classroom.


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DONOR PROFILE

DR. LAWRENCE “LARRY” STIFLER ’53

Dr. Stifler ’53 established the Lawrence T. P. Stifler Schol- single mother could not afford tuition on her own, suddenly arship Fund in 2004 to provide assistance to a child who felt like “the luckiest kid in school.” otherwise would not be able to attend Calvert. Since that time, his ongoing generosity, combined with the School’s investment returns, have enabled the Fund to grow by “I can definitely trace my love of science, 600%. Once the scholarship is fully funded, Dr. Stifler ’53 will support nearly half the amount of a child’s throughout learning, and being challenged back to my their Calvert journey. experience at Calvert. From day one, I felt When he made the switch from public to private school in 1949, not many independent schools were offering financial aid - but Calvert stepped up and offered eight-yearold Larry the scholarship that allowed him to embark on a life-changing educational journey. Larry, whose young,

fortunate to be given this opportunity.” - Dr. Larry Stifler ’53 C A LV E R T 1 2 5 C A M P A I G N R E P O R T

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ENSURING STUDENT SUCCESS Including the Calvert Fund in the Calvert 125 Campaign was essential in keeping our children in the classroom during the pandemic and ensuring their success. The Calvert Fund is Calvert’s largest source of unrestricted operating dollars and provides flexibility in meeting new challenges as they arise, including COVID-19. Unrestricted gifts raised through annual giving meet operating budget needs the year they are provided. Gifts to the capital campaign included pledges to the Calvert Fund in the 2019-2020 and 20202021 school years, and a few gifts to future annual funds. This approach provided everyone in our community – alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and other friends – the opportunity to participate in a way that profoundly affects campus life.

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“Through my role on Calvert’s Health Committee, I’ve witnessed the inspiring collaboration and forward-thinking of the School’s leadership to successfully and safely open our campus. Thanks to flexible resources like the Calvert Fund, we were able to invest in the personnel, equipment, furniture, and technology critical to achieving this feat.” - Redonda Miller, M.D., President of Johns Hopkins Hospital Leader of Calvert’s Health Committee Calvert parent (‘19, ‘23) and Trustee Former Calvert Fund Chair

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Nearly 65 Calvert 125 campaign volunteers, along with members of Calvert’s Board of Trustees and leadership team, gathered for a closing celebration at the home of Wendy and Ben Griswold ’52.

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Head Master Andrew Holmgren announces the launch of the Calvert 125 campaign alongside Campaign Chairs Wendy and Ben Griswold ’52, Honorary Chair Wendy Bond, and Board of Trustees Chair Ward Classen ’71, as well as the Class of 2021 and division heads Matt Buck ’87 and Elizabeth Martin.

CAMPAIGN CHAIRS

LEADERSHIP GIFTS DIVISION

Wendy & Ben Griswold ’52

Aimee Fulchino, Chair Mark Fulchino, Chair David Powell ’87, Chair Tyler & Candice Banks Teena Bergsma ’67 Carville Collins ’73 Ned Insley Jay West ’83

HONORARY CAMPAIGN CHAIRS Jack Luetkemeyer ’53 Nancy & Henry Hopkins ’55 Wendy Bond BOARD OF TRUSTEES DIVISION Ward Classen ’71, Chair Gayle Kelly, Chair Heidi Kenny-Berman Courtney Otenasek

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ALUMNI DIVISION Betsey Hobelmann ’87, Chair Luke Wilson ’97, Chair Charlie Albert ’72 Bonsal Brooks ’05 Katharine Castro ’98 Maisie Devine ’01 Lucy Michaels ’61

Stasia Nardangeli ’93 Sandy Rich ’97 Dale Waters ’10 Annie Wu ’01 PARENT, PARENT OF ALUMNI, AND GRANDPARENT DIVISION Arsh Mirmiran, Chair Lauren Mirmiran, Chair Dawn Moore, Chair Tea Carnell Beth & David deVilliers Holly Hoey Michelle Lipkowitz Deb Long Ken Mangum Nicole & Toby Mink Dara Schnee Amy Seto


FACULTY & STAFF DIVISION

GIFTS $250,000 TO $499,999

Kait Gentry ’97, Chair Kathy Liotta ’79, Chair Craig Bennett Muffy Fenwick ’87 Nancy Levine ’07 Kevin Lloyd Alex Sloane

The Dorothy Atkinson Foundation Heidi Kenny-Berman & Steve Berman The Brandt Family Nancy & Tom Brandt Sarah & Chris Brandt The Louise Este Bruce Foundation Wendy & Ben Griswold ’52 Nancy & Henry Hopkins ’55 The Kahlert Foundation The Kent Family Townsend & Bob Kent Kris & Bob Kent ’80 Jody ’83 & Jim Lemken Kent Family Foundation Sue ’53 & Pete Powell The Riggs Family Sheila & Dick Riggs ’51 Charlotte Riggs ’98 George Riggs ’00 Anne Stone ’53 Jane & Jim Stone ’52 Mary Jean and Oliver Travers Foundation, Inc. Laura Lee ’52 & Dick Walker

DEVELOPMENT OFFICE Sarah Walton, Director of Development Rosane Aviles, Development Coordinator Sarah Caldwell, Director of Leadership Gifts Lauren Murphy, Director of the Calvert Fund Andy Rutledge, Development Database Manager Christina Taler, Director of Alumni Engagement COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE Sam Shelton, Marketing & Communications Manager Keegan Beard, Multimedia Specialist DONOR LISTING GIFTS OVER $2,000,000 Susie & Jack Luetkemeyer ’53 Rollins-Luetkemeyer Foundation GIFTS $1,000,000 TO $1,999,999 Mira Kautzky & Keith Flaherty ’83 GIFTS $500,000 TO $999,999 Anonymous T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving

GIFTS $100,000 TO $249,999 Anonymous (2) Ashley & John Avirett ’95 Avirett Family Foundation Baltimore Community Foundation Candice & Tyler Banks Bessemer Giving Fund Benjamin Cadwalader ’34 † Eleanor Cadwalader Catherine & Brandon Chasen The Clapp Family Ann Clapp Allison & David Clapp ’81 The Classen Family Sibley & Ward Classen ’71

Keena ’05 & Brenden McKillop Pierce Classen ’07 Anna & Dyson Dryden ’88 Dryden Family Foundation Bill Eaton ’47 Fancy Hill Foundation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Aimee & Mark Fulchino The Gaines Family Beth & Lee Gaines Anna & Billy Gaines ’91 Betsy Gaines ’93 John Gaines ’96 Emily Gaines ’00 Toni & Jay Griswold ’54 Liz & Ned Insley Terry Morgenthaler & Patrick Kerins Lockhart Vaughan Foundation Jerry Nelson ’57 Whitney & Bob Nye The Rembrandt Foundation, Inc. Peggy & Ben Schapiro Ginnie Schmidt Schwab Charitable Fund Mayo Shattuck Mary McFadden & Larry Stifler ’53 Stifler Family Foundation The Swingle Family Bennett & Dick Swingle Marcy Swingle ’84 Betsey ’87 & Greg Hobelmann Jeanne & Ted Swingle ’90 Stephanie & Jay Wilson ’59 GIFTS $50,000 TO $99,999 Anonymous (3) Garland & Jamie Alban ’77 Anne ’60 & Sandy Apgar Baltimore Orioles Teena ’67 & Dan Bergsma Crissy & Chris Berrier C A LV E R T 1 2 5 C A M P A I G N R E P O R T

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Relie ’47 & Perry Bolton Barbara & Tom Bozzuto Brooke ’93 & Bill Buppert Susan & Geoff Carey ’74 Katie & Charlie Constable ’82 Maggie & Reed Cordish The Cordish Family Foundation Inc. Charlie Fenwick ’60 Lexie & John Greene ’88 Gayle & Frank Kelly Heidi & Bryan Kelly The Knott Family Susan & Francis Knott Elisa & Miller Knott ’00 Mercer Knott ’07 Pat & Louis Kousouris Georganne & Dino Mallas Amanda Goss & Brandon Mead Lauren & Arsh Mirmiran Dawn & Wes Moore Cristina & Michael Niccolini Jeannette & Sean Nolan Kate & Matt Norman The Rich Family George Rich Lexie ’90 & Tyler Mills David Rich ‘92 Sandy Rich ‘97 The George S. Rich Family Foundation, Inc. Lorraine & Mark Schapiro Amy & Justin Seto The Stamas Family Georgia & George Stamas Paul Stamas ’94 Stephanie ’97 & Chris Goulakos Gregory Stamas ’00 The Woodworth Family Thasia & Warren Woodworth Leigh & Graeme Woodworth

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GIFTS $25,000 TO $49,999 Anonymous (4) Laura & Jordan Angell Heather & Cliff Athey Ashley ’93 & Topher Brewer Kate ’78 & Pat Cameron Kevin Carnell Tea Carnell Cynthia & Jack Cavanaugh Glen, Hugh III, Kate & Alex Cole and their Families Mary Louise & Carville Collins ’73 Maisie Devine ’01 Christine & Peter Espenshade Feather Foundation, at the request of James R. and Edith Hoyt Garrett Martha ’45 & Earl Galleher Edie & Jim Garrett ’55 Molly Hathaway ’55 Sybie & Don Hebb Hebb Family Private Foundation Holly & John Hoey Nina & Richard Jones Karen & Pierce Linaweaver Darielle & Earl Linehan Jan & Chris Logsdon Julie ’86 & Kevin McAllister National Christian Foundation Barbara & Charlie Noell Redonda Miller & Albert Polito Kate & David Powell ’87 Dara & Charles Schnee Truman Semans TD Development, LLC The Thomas Family Audrey & Steve Thomas ’59 Stasia ’93 & Matthew Nardangeli Alex ’95 & Max Shapiro Steven Thomas ’00 The Steven and Audrey Thomas Family Foundation

Read & John Timken Sudi Wilson ’61 Crickett & Brad Woloson GIFTS $10,000 TO $24,999 Anonymous (4) Tess & Charlie Albert ’72 Dorothy & Jon Baker Lisa & Tyler Blue ’73 Charlie Bolton ’78 The Bortner Family Heidi Bruce ’83 Camden Cotton Ball Company, Inc. The Campbell Foundation, Inc. Mary & Cato Carpenter Ann Dahl The Davis Family Dulany & Matthew Dent Beth & David deVilliers Bailey & Lawson DeVries Martina & Nick Dilks Melissa & Marshall Elkins First Real Estate Management LLC Kelly & Scott Foley Jennie Lee & Hobie Fowlkes ’53 Carol ’69 & Lawrence Haislip Laura & E.B. Harris ’78 Neal Harris ’58 Ann & Louie Holcomb Peg & Andrew Holmgren The Marion I. & Henry J. Knott Foundation Rob Law ’95 Adelaide Skoslund & Bill Legg ’57 Suzy & Dick McIntosh ’55 Ashley ’93 & Matt McLain Sally S. & Decatur H. Miller Private Foundation The Mirmiran Foundation J.P. Morgan Charitable Giving Fund Janna & Chris Mudd Sarah & George Mumford ’90 Network for Good


Old Town Construction, LLC The Passano Family Mac Passano ’55 Catherine ’88 & Seth McDonnell Tammy ’91 & Justin Wiggs Sarah ’95 & Michael Meech Passano Family Foundation Josh Perry ’96 Noelle & Graham Savage Abigail & Andrew Sinwell ’77 Francie & Jared Spahn Sarah & Tom Travers Sue & Jay Wagley ’73 Billy Whitridge ’90 Mary & David Williams ’61 Angie & Luke Wilson ’97 Miwon & Bill Yost GIFTS BELOW $10,000 Anonymous (6) Wendy ’73 & Tolly Albert ’72 Joyce & Dorsey Alexander ’27 † Mary Margaret & Kenny Allen Nikki & Chris Alworth Tricia & Josh Angulo-Bartlett John Babcock Kim Brooks & Seth Balsam Anne Barker ’53 Lex Fry & Miles Barnard Joe Barrazotto ’05 Jenny Bates Belmont Farm The Benevity Community Impact Fund Erin & Craig Bennett Alison Zaneski & John Berndt Josh Betustak Elaine & Rick Born Katherine Bovey ’52 Casey & Erik Briggs Stephanie McCarthy & Bonsal Brooks ’05 Shannon & Teddy Brown ’78

The Bryant Family Mary Lea & Rick Bryant Mary Kathryn & Jack Bryant ’97 Laura Lea Goldberg ‘98 Will Bryant ’01 Natasha & Matt Buck ’87 Sarah Caldwell Leslie & Zandy Campbell A.G. Campbell Family Foundation at the Blue Grass Community Foundation W. P. Carey Foundation Doug Carpenter ’99 Carrollton Brass Katharine Castro ’98 Tracie & Daniel Choi ’78 Elizabeth & Evan Chriss ’98 Teri Cohen Kelly & Dan Colhoun Linda Cooke Lilly Costello ’15 Tenney & McLane Cover ’73 Sarah Crowley Melissa & Corky Crozier Elizabeth Sutley ’77 & Paul Danko Blythe & Joe Davies ’74 Hilary Don & Mark Dewire Peter Dewire ’08 Will Dewire ’14 Cheryl & Rick Diehl ’75 Stacey ’05 & Max Ditlevson Kait Gentry ’97 & Sean Donmoyer Theo Donnay ’08 Letitia & Shedrick Elliott Nikki Elliott Susan & Rob English Sam English ’17 Patti & Bruce Fenwick ’62 Muffy ’87 & Charlie Fenwick Denise & Brian Fiorucci Hillary & Matt Fleming Stefanie Paterakis & David Foote

Mary Louise & Whit Foster ’70 Deb & Kieran Fox ’79 Lauren & Earl Galleher ’72 The GE Foundation Blair Hagan ’95 & Will Gee ’89 Ann & Michael Gibson The Gillet Family Iva Gillet Bruce Ann & Shockey Gillet ’74 Embry Gillet ’04 Sara Gillet ’07 Skeet Gillet ’09 Dina Glorioso & Lori Wlodarczyk Chrisy Glover Barbara & Paul Gormley Elizabeth ’99 & Donald Goss Lawrie Hall ’54 Kristen Handy Juliana Harris ’85 Cathy Hart ‘53 Janet Marie Smith & Bart Harvey ’61 Elisha & Joel Hawk Jamey Hebb ’76 Wai-Yee Wong & George Helfrich ’78 Ingrid Hendrix ’75 Casey Hinder Julia & Andrew Holt Freedley Hunsicker Sheri & Chip Hutzler ’78 Alison & Andy Jamison Kathie Jefferson Meaghan & Matt Johnson Kesha & James Jones Stephen Kelly ’09 Clemmie Miller ’81 & Lyle Kissack Jonathan Koch ’01 Cheryl & Buzzy Krongard The Krongard Foundation, Inc. James Land Tracey Lankford ’81 Katie Leonard Nancy Levine ’07 C A LV E R T 1 2 5 C A M P A I G N R E P O R T

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Kathy ’79 & Scott Liotta Teresa & Kevin Lloyd Deb & Matt Long Michelle & Ham Lord ’73 Isabelle ’77 & Ian Loring Lelah Mahoney Mindy & Ken Mangum Liz & Corbin Marr ’55 Glenn & Duck Martin ’52 Elizabeth & Sean Martin Katie Mastropieri ’06 Julie & Ryan McClernan Wynne & John McCormick Jibri McLean Meghann & Neal McMahon Mead Law, P.A. Jack Melton Sayra & Neil Meyerhoff Lucy Michaels ‘61 Nicole & Toby Mink Chase Monroe ’78 Regina & Ernesto Moore Zach Moore ’20 Lauren & Jon Murphy National Philanthropic Trust Martha Nesbitt Turner Kathryn & Adair Newhall Robin ’55 & Nick Nicolls Rick Norton

Hannah Palmatary Yasmine & Moby Parsons ’82 Cierra Payton Patty Pontier Ginna Naylor & Jim Potter ’59 Christine Profaci Liz Hazen & Grantley Pyke Karen Quinn Kristin Randall Pickett Randolph ’50 Bizzy & Peter Ratcliffe ’77 Peter Ratcliffe Architects, PA Bo Rice Brooke ’91 & Packer Rodgers Owen Rossi William Rowland ’78 Erin Russell Andy Rutledge Sandry & Sach Sachar Andrew Schapiro ’95 & Bosco Hernandez Fred Schmidt Kelley Schultheis Brynn Scully Rachel & Jim Seba Blake Sheehan ’00 Sam Shelton Susie Silberstein Alex Sloane Beth & Stuart Smith

Laura Spadone ’77 Edward St. John Foundation Michelle Lipkowitz Stevens & Saleh Stevens Daren Stinson ’84 Peggy & A.J. Szczerbicki Christina & Jordan Taler Misse Talmage Rosemary & Stewart Thomsen ’73 Barry Tubman ’77 Maree Tucker Matt Tucker ’87 Jane & Jack Turnbull ’59 Timika Tyson The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust UBS Donor-Advised Fund Brian Vaught Brooke Wagner ’47 M. C. Wallis ’36 † Sarah & Ned Walton Dale Waters ’10 Jane & Jim Webster ’80 Abigail Werner Mary Katherine Wienecke Betsy ’55 & Tom Willett Ann & Mac Williams ’98 Jeff Wong ’72 Danna & Wayne Wood Sallie Worthington ’50 Annie Wu ’01

BEQUEST DONORS Anonymous Joyce & Dorsey Alexander ‘27 † Anne ‘60 & Sandy Apgar Benjamin Cadwalader ‘34 † Ann Clapp Allison & David Clapp ‘81 Bill Eaton ‘47

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Neal Harris ’58 Townsend & Bob Kent Karen & Pierce Linaweaver Liz & Corbin Marr ‘55 Pickett Randolph ‘50 Ginnie Schmidt Anne Stone ‘53

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Brooke Wagner ‘47 Laura Lee ‘52 & Dick Walker M. C. Wallis ‘36 † Sudi Wilson ‘61 Miwon & Bill Yost


Christy & Matt Wyskiel ’81 Nora & Michael Yaggy ’55 HONOR AND MEMORIAL GIFTS IN HONOR OF Dyson Dryden ’88 Edward St. John Foundation Andrew Holmgren Leslie & Zandy Campbell A.G. Campbell Family Foundation at the Blue Grass Community Foundation Henry Hopkins ’55 Betsy ’55 & Tom Willett Mary Alice Lears Susan & Geoff Carey ’74 The Davis Family Hilary Don & Mark Dewire Peter Dewire ’08 Will Dewire ’14 Mary Louise & Whit Foster ’70 Deb & Matt Long Julie ’86 & Kevin McAllister

Beth & Stuart Smith T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving Leigh & Graeme Woodworth Thasia & Warren Woodworth George Thomsen ’42 Rosemary & Stewart Thomsen ’73

Judy Buchanan Ann Clapp Allison & David Clapp ’81 Frederick Buck ’30 Robin ’55 & Nick Nicolls

IN MEMORY OF

Henry Galleher ’75 Martha ’45 & Earl Galleher

Grace Babcock ’45 John Babcock Carrollton Brass

Mark Hendrix ’73 Ingrid Hendrix ’75

Sandra Balsam Kim Brooks & Seth Balsam Jean Brandt Sarah & Chris Brandt Nancy & Tom Brandt Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Edward Brown Anne Barker ’53

Katy & Lefty Lee Lex Fry & Miles Barnard Luke Stone ’86 The Kahlert Foundation Jane & Jim Stone ’52 Joseph Tubman Barry Tubman ’77

Jack Buchanan ’81 Ann Clapp Allison & David Clapp ’81

More than 1,450 parents, alumni, and friends gave solely to the Calvert Fund during the two years of the Calvert 125 Campaign. These donors were recognized in the annual Reports on Giving for fiscal years 2020 and 2021.

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THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING

CALVERT 125

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