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2008-2009 Donor Report July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2009

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2008-2009 Donor Report

Table of Contents Message from the President and Chair of the Board of Trustees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2008-2009 Board of Trustees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Message from the Co-chairs of the Annual Fund Leadership C0mmittee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 The 1869 Society. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 The Beatty Council. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 The Purple Ribbon Society. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Chatham Campus Community. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Friends of Chatham. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Corporate, Foundation, & Other Matching Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 This Donor Report acknowledges new gifts and pledges contributed between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009. Gifts received after June 30, 2009, will be acknowledged in the 2009-2010 Donor Report. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy but mistakes sometimes do occur. If we have misspelled or omitted your name, please accept our most sincere apologies and let us know by contacting the Office of University Advancement at 412365-1516 or giving@chatham.edu.

Corporations, Foundations, Organizations, & Trusts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Capital and Restricted Gifts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Bequests. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 In Kind Gifts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 The Dilworth Society. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Alumnae Donors. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-21 Graduate Alumni Donors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Chatham Volunteers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-24 Ways to Give. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 University Advancement and University Communications Staff. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26


2008-2009 Donor Report

A Message from the President and the Chair of the Board of Trustees

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Esther L. Barazzone, Ph.D. President

t is our honor, on behalf of the Board of Trustees and the Chatham University community – students, faculty and staff – to thank you for your contributions in the 2008-2009 fiscal year. Once again, the support of Chatham alumnae, graduate alumni, and friends has ensured that Chatham can provide a challenging, empowering and intellectually ambitious environment. Because of your financial investment in this University, we have increased and improved student housing, provided tablet computers for all of our undergraduates and hired additional faculty, who continue to demonstrate their excellence. Dr. Nancy Gift, Interim Director of the Rachel Carson Institute and assistant professor of environmental studies, authored the book A Weed By Any Other Name: The Virtues of a Messy Lawn, or Learning to Love the Plants We Don’t Plant, which was featured in The New York Times Summer Reading List. Dr. Lynne Bruckner, a Shakespearean scholar, and theatre professor Kerri LaCharite worked with Chatham students to plant an organic garden at the Eden Hall Campus; their work was documented on KDKA television. These achievements and other complementary efforts gained the respect of the highly-esteemed Princeton Review, which rated Chatham one of the “Best in the Northeast Universities” as well as U.S. News & World Report, which deemed Chatham as a Tier One Master’s University. Many of our accomplishments this year have come from anticipating trends in education and devising ways to integrate these trends into the development of Chatham – such as the University’s ongoing commitment to green initiatives. It is our vision that the Eden Hall Campus will be an entirely green academic community through the establishment of the School for Sustainability and the Environment. We have unveiled Chatham Eastside, a LEED-certified 250,000 squarefoot facility less than a mile from Woodland Road, which houses our graduate health science and design programs. Additionally, we have added “green” bio-diesel shuttles to provide students, faculty and staff with greater access to the new Eastside facility and Oakland.

S. Murray Rust III Chair, Board of Trustees

Yet, while Chatham has been able to continue ardently striving towards its goals, we cannot ignore the current economic climate and its impact on Chatham students. We have been inundated with requests for additional financial support from students who will be unable to continue at Chatham without it. Chatham committed $7.6 million in aid to students for the 2008-09 academic year and an estimated $8.6 million for 2009-10. A significant portion of this aid traditionally comes from Chatham’s Annual Fund and because of this, we have designated the entire Annual Fund to student aid for 2009-10 as we did in 2008-09. Even during these difficult times, Chatham alumni and friends have shown their loyalty and philanthropy in so many ways. Although the Annual Fund did not surpass its goal, the $1,044,000 raised was evidence of the generosity of our donors. Several new endowed scholarships were established last year, including the Anne Putnam Mallinson Scholarship, created in Anne’s memory by her husband Bill. Chatham was privileged to host an exhibition by world-renowned printmaker Naoko Matsubara, the inaugural Mary Pope Cheney Visiting Artist, funded by The Fine Foundation and Katherine Cheney Chappell ’67 & Tom Chappell. And a grant from the IFSA Foundation afforded several students the opportunity to study abroad—an integral aspect of Chatham’s commitment to international education. Your giving made all this and more possible. It is a testament to your confidence in Chatham and an investment in the institution and guarantees that future generations can experience the academic excellence and extraordinary learning community that Chatham offers. There is no substitute for a generous and appreciative community of alumni and friends. We could not sustain excellence without your steadfast commitment. Our thanks,

Esther L. Barazzone, Ph.D., President

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2008-2009 Donor Report

2008-2009 Board of Trustees Officers

S. Murray Rust III, Chair President, Montgomery & Rust, Inc.; Allison Park, PA Sigo Falk, Vice Chair Chairman, Falk Foundation; Pittsburgh, PA W. Duff McCrady, Secretary President, McCrady Corporation; Pittsburgh, PA Mary B. Templeton, Esq. ’68, Treasurer Senior Vice President & Deputy General Counsel, Discovery Laboratories, Inc; Warrington, PA

Members

Dr. Esther L. Barazzone President, Chatham University; Pittsburgh, PA G. Nicholas Beckwith III Chairman & CEO, Arch Street Management; Monroeville, PA Jane Coulter Burger ’66 Partner, Speedwell Inc.; Pittsburgh, PA Louise Royster Brown ’67 Executive Director, Shadyside Hospital Foundation; Pittsburgh, PA Cynthia R. Bunton ’74 Director, Asia Division; International Republican Institute; Washington, DC Karen Lake Buttrey ’67 Indianapolis, IN Annette Calgaro ’84 Vice President; Bank of New York Mellon, Corp.; Pittsburgh, PA Martha Haase Carson ’62 Garden Design; Newton, NJ Edith S. Champ President, White Hall Vineyards; White Hall, VA Lynette D. Charity, M.D. ’74 Anesthesiologist, Tri Cities Regional Surgery Center; Richland, WA William S. Dietrich II, Ph.D. Trustee, Dietrich Charitable Trusts; Pittsburgh, PA

Freddie Fu, M.D. Orthopedic Surgeon, UPMC; Pittsburgh, PA Lena Genello Goldberg ’71 Harvard Business School; Boston, MA Gretchen E. Hart ’62 Retired Vice President and Division Manager, Dollar Bank; Pittsburgh, PA Barbara Stern Heffer ’68 Community Volunteer, Montefiore Hospital, The Bronx; Chappaqua, NY Joanne Laipson ’82 Vice President, Checkerboard Ltd.; eInvite LLC; Checkermate Technologies, OutVite.com; Culver City, CA Diane P. Holder Executive Vice President, UPMC/President, UPMC Health Insurance Division and UPMC Health Plan; Pittsburgh, PA Cordelia Suran Jacobs ’60 Community Volunteer; Sewickley, PA Jane Grisell Murphy, Ph.D. ’68 Zola Associates; Englewood Cliffs, NJ Diane Peterson ’71 President, D. Peterson & Associates; Houston, TX Joseph S. Sanfilippo, M.D., MBA ’01 Magee Women’s Hospital; Pittsburgh, PA Andrew Stockey News Anchor/Reporter, WTAE-TV; Pittsburgh, PA Bonnie Westbrook VanKirk ’81 Community Activist, Retired, Time, Inc.; Pittsburgh, PA Nancy Follett Waichler ’55 Retired, Family Business Consulting Group; Oak Park, IL

Trustees Emeriti

Thomas J. Hilliard Retired, The TJH Corporation; Pittsburgh, PA Hannah Honig Kamin ’57 Community Volunteer; Pittsburgh, PA 4


2008-2009 Donor Report

A Message from the Co-chairs of the Annual Fund Leadership Committee

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e would like to extend our deepest appreciation to each member of the Chatham community – alumnae, graduate alumni, parents, friends and neighbors, faculty, staff, students and our institutional contributors – for your support of the 2008-2009 Annual Fund. In a year marked by economic uncertainty, Chatham University saw continued growth and success, including the opening of Chatham Eastside, and the Eden Hall Campus continued development into a demonstration site for sustainable living.

Lynette D. Charity ’79 AFLC Co-chair

This past year nearly 2,000 members of the Chatham community contributed a total of $1,044,00 in unrestricted support to the University. While this total fell short of the fiscal year goal, every penny raised was able to be committed to providing critical aid for current students facing financial hurdles as they pursue their degrees. Gifts of all levels were directed to student aid and we are honored to provide special recognition to donors in Chatham’s various giving societies for their generous support. Membership in The 1869 Society, Chatham’s premier giving society that recognizes donors who give $1,000 or more, totaled 214 members, comprised of 14 new and 200 renewing members. The Beatty Council, which recognizes donors of $500-$999, reached 113 members, and The Purple Ribbon Society, recognizing graduates of the last decade who gave $100 or more, increased their membership to 47 members. In addition, alumni graduates of the University’s graduate programs increased their participation by over 150% last year. The University’s Phonathon program also saw unprecedented growth last year with over $240,000 in gifts and pledges raised by the talented student callers. The Class of 2009 rose to the challenge and raised a total of $2,229 in gifts and pledges for the Annual Fund from 21% of the graduating class. This impressive amount was generously matched by Barbara Stern Heffer, Chatham University Trustee and 1968 graduate, for a grand total of $4,458.

Christine Hall McCLure ’73 AFLC Co-chair

We truly appreciate your contributions and salute you for your outstanding support which has continued to strengthen Chatham University. Your gifts are a very special vote of confidence for the work being done at Chatham. Gifts of all sizes to the Annual Fund are especially significant because they directly impact current students through financial aid and help to keep the University’s endowment intact. As we strive to reach $1.2 million and 34% alumnae participation in 20092010, we are counting on you to participate, and if possible, to increase your gift to help us to meet these crucial goals. Sincerely,

Lynette D. Charity ’74, M.D.

Christine Hall McClure ’73

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The 1869 Society

The 1869 Society of Chatham University recognizes those donors making unrestricted leadership gifts of $1,000 or more to the University’s Annual Fund. We gratefully acknowledge the donors listed below who demonstrate their deep commitment to Chatham through their unrestricted financial support. New members are indicated in purple and italic    ∞ = Deceased

Founders’ Society

Woodland Circle

Martha Haase Carson ’62 & William C. Carson Jean and Sigo Falk Lena Genello Goldberg ’71 Barbara Stern Heffer ’68 & John M. Heffer Anne Putnam Mallinson ’61 ∞ Jane Grisell Murphy ’68 & Michael Murphy Marion Swannie Rand ’45 Shirley & S. Murray Rust III Nancy Follett Waichler ’55 & Richard Waichler

Laura S. Armesto Roberta Swann Baldwin ’47 Esther L. Barazzone HA ’67

$25,000

President’s Society $15,000-$24,999

Edith S. Champ HA ’72 & Antony E. Champ Katherine Cheney Chappell ’67 & Tom Chappell Karen Lake Buttrey ’67 & Donald Buttrey

Chatham Society $10,000-$14,999

Dorothy Boyles Beckwith ’81 & G. Nicholas Beckwith III Lynette D. Charity ’74 & Sid Sado Carolyn Snyder Miltenberger ’77 Roberta Livingston Reitzes ’68 Mary B. Templeton ’68 & Peter Olson Bonnie Westbrook VanKirk ’81 & Thomas VanKirk

PCW Society $5,000-$9,999

Anonymous ’51 Rachel Kirk Bobo ’40 Cynthia R. Bunton ’74 Kevin Ann Cartwright ’72 Marie Cohn Chiles ’48 Susan Bergman Gurrentz ’56

Diane P. Holder Cordelia Suran Jacobs ’60 & Charles E. Jacobs Marianne Byrn Kipper ’61 Christine Hall McClure ’73 Martha and Kent McElhattan Heather Johnston Nicholson ’65 Nan R. Norris ’54, ’93 Barbara Dallas Palmer ’65 Kala Lapidus Paul ’67 Laurel Coutrakon Rice ’72

$2,500-$4,999

Gail Young Browne ’68 & Richard Browne Annette Calgaro ’84 Phyllis Campbell ’84 Mary E. Cole ’39 ∞ William S. Dietrich II Walter B. Fowler Ann Murphy Glannon ’74 Sheila K. Gorgonio & Joseph G. Gorgonio Joanne Laipson ’82 Cynthia A. Linhart ’71 Priscilla J. McCrady ’81 & W. Duff McCrady Deborah J. Morrison ’77 George W. Nagel - in spirit with Mary D. Nagel ’38 Shirley Chelsted Nichols ’50 Ruth A. Nichols ’47 Barbara Whiteside Schilling ’50 & Richard Schilling Sherry Handsman Schwartz ’70 Anne Skleder Judith Halko Sphon ’62 Margaret A. Sprenkle ’63 Hannah Brush Van Horn ’61 & Neil Van Horn

1869 Circle $1,869-$2,499

Corky Davis Anderson ’50 Nancy Hofsoos Armstrong ’53 Sally W. Autenreith ’52 Pamela J. Bradley ’70 Lynn Stewart Brown ’69 Barbara Stephenson Bruner ’52 Marianne Boggs Campbell ’48 Eleanor Glick Caplan ’42 Lori Baldi Chamberlin ’81 Marlene Valentine Daugherty ’57 Marilyn Pfohl Donnelly ’51 Susan Farr ’69 Heidi B. Fenton ’80 Susan Fetterolf ’74 Doris Redman Foster ’59 Suzanne Callas Francis ’66 Susan Garland George ’75 Joan Levine Gilder ’61 Jane Alexander Givens ’63 Virginia K. Gregory ’60 Lee Grice ’76 Victoria M. Hartung ’62 Toni Lee Hebda Audrey Hillman Hilliard ’82 & Thomas J. Hilliard Elsie H. & Henry R. Hillman Aura Raspaldo Hulme ’50 Cheri Jackel ’95 N. Janny Beck Jameson ’45 Carol Thorne King ’46 Paul A. Kovach Janet Littrell

Barbara Mason ’47 Donna C. May ’71 Diane Peterson ’71 & Harry Mathis Margaret V. Ragni ’71 Margaret Cooke Skidmore ’60 Andrew Stockey Jacqueline Marie Stoken ’86 Samantha M. Swift ’91 W. Bonnie George Switzer ’63 Debra McCloskey Todd ’79 Virginia Lefurgy Tubbs ’47 Mary Helen Conway Vaughan ’71 Kimberly Watkins ’78 Martha Raup Wheatley ’47

Cornerstone Circle $1,000-$1,868

Anonymous ’87 Jeannine English Abel ’53 Alice Berry Adams ’53 Louise DeCarl Adler ’66 Electra Petrolias Agras ’56 Lois Thompson Anderson ’54 Ruth Bachman ’48 Karen Barrett Vicki Barth Beatty ’80 Leslie Beres-Sochka ’83 Carol Zurheide Block ’69 Barbara Black Bloomstrom ’50 Donna Blyshak ’90 Margaret L. Bonner ’79

Marion Latshaw Boon ’56 Susan Esterman Borish ’68 Eva M. Bowser ’50 Elizabeth R. Bradley ’37 Patsy Speers Bradley ’45 ∞ Barbara Janet Bramble ’68 Carole Ashman Briggs ’58 Margaret Ann Brown ’62 Jane Coulter Burger ’66 Adele Schwadron Cannell ’78 Jolene Ereditario Chinchilli ’74 Suzanne Fritch Clewell ’64 Michele M. Colvard Terri Price Dean ’77 Vivian Lowery Derryck ’67 Jane Montgomery Dickey ’53 Harvette Tipton Dixon ’73 Rachel Jones Donaldson ’36 Patricia A. Downey, DPT ’08 Mary Eddy Gail Ruszczyk Emery ’84 Doris Jean Eversmeyer ’88 Joanne E. Fiedler ’72 & Gary Fiedler Carol Swenson Foss ’67 Evelyn Lewis Freeman ’70 Nancy Freudenthal ’67 Henrietta Meyer Garrett ’48 John Geffel Ellen Teri Kaplan Goldstein ’78 Bette Jo Greenberger ’59 Mary Jo McKee Groppe ’56 Susan Gordon Guttman ’60 Gretchen E. Hart ’62 Joan Goodwin Heckel ’51

Barbara E. Holmes ’80 Nancy Garlow Hoop ’52 Margaret Folino Huff ’63

Grace Emley Hutchinson ’64 Patricia King Jackson Lisa Jane Cambotti Kaufman ’78 Barbara Mader Knight ’50 Gwendolyn B. Lammert ’51 Carolyn Cosel Lampl ’45 Anne Peirce Landis ’72 Rosanna Lane ’71 Ann Lewis ’44 Arlene Sinkus Lewis ’61 Robbie Robinson & Steve Lynch Jean White Markell ’46 Brenda S. Marsh ’76 Rosella Petraglia Mastandrea ’51 Susan Childs Matheson ’61 Althea Lowe McCalmont ’43 Winifred P. McDowell ’60 Elizabeth Bassett McMahon ’50 Carol M. Meese ’08 Lois Glazer Michaels ’53 John and Eleanor Mika Ginger C. Miller ’62 & Allan L. Miller Christine Joyce Miller ’68 Dolores Adamson Moore ’66 Janet & Donald Moritz Dianne Rubin Newman ’63 Dorothea D. Newport ’70 Virginia Fisher O’Leary ”65 Pamela Proksa Patt ’65 Carol M. Patton Deborah Payson ’66 Barbara R. Pollock ’59 Elizabeth Burnam Pugh ’57 Nancy Gellman Rubenstein ’57 Carol Moran Russell ’58 Anita Gessler Salberg ’60 Lisa M. Savegnago ’89 Narcissa McLeod Scalise ’51 Elaine M. Scarry ’68 Elinor A. Scheirer ’68 Marlene Shettel ’51 Elaine Frank Sloan ’59 Cordelia Soles ’53 Diane Hayford Sonnecken ’73 Nancy Louise Speck ’65 Tegner McAteer Stokes ’67 Elizabeth Lytle Suatoni ’59 B. Frank Taylor Jacqueline Davies Templeton ’50 Kathy & Louis Testoni Caroline Whaley Thibault ’63 Margaret Tucker Thompson ’51 Robert C. Todd Jr. Zauyah Waite Carolyn Tamplin Ward ’64 Rayma Heywood Weaver ’82 Judith Levine Weintraub ’60 Margaret Lehr Whitford, MFACW ’07 Beatriz Blanco Williams ’88 Jennifer Potter Winton ’66

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The Beatty Council

Named in honor of Reverend William Trimble Beatty, one of Chatham’s founders and the first secretary to the Board of Trustees, The Beatty Council recognizes donors who contribute between $500 and $999 to the unrestricted Annual Fund. We gratefully acknowledge the following donors to this gift club.

 = Increase  

∞ = Deceased

Lois Potts Adelson ’54 Carol Albert ’61 Funwi Ayuninjam Joan E. Bailey ’64 Mary Baldwin ’38  Linda Martin Barber ’71 Carol Joyce Beaino ’80  Alice S. Beckwith ’53 Amy McBride Bell ’39 Ruth Anne Bengtson ’64 Martha Berman ’46 Helen Bostock ’62  Joan Boyd ’53 Susan Cohn Brenner ’66 Lisa M. Brown ’04  Mary Ann Brown ’48 Sabra C. Burdick ’68  Kathleen L. Carlson ’68  Candace Carson  Nancy Chalfant-Walker ’73 Joan B. Clark ’60 Patricia A. Clark ’59 Susan Clemow ’68 Diane Cohen ’70  Sean M. Coleman  Claudette Cooper ’58  Harriette Corbin ’79 Phyllis Patrick Crandon ’73 Louise Caldwell Criss ’41

Joanne Shelley Davis ’52 Kathryn Rea DelPizzo ’96 Alice E. Demmler ’45 Michelle Doas  Adair Harrison Douglass ’66  Patricia Kennedy Earley ’51  Renee Eaton ’80  Martha McLaughlin Ellers ’52 Joyce W. Fako ’89  Beth Ann Farmer ’79  Betty Langer Feathers ’50 Suzanne G. Ferrari ’93  Susan Fiordeliso ’87  Merle Fishman ’64  Betty R. Foster ’39 Judith N. Frohman Madelon Rose Fross ’66 Kathryn Gamble ’61 Elise Gemeinhardt ’80 Lucy Gray Gilligan ’60 Caroline McCune Gilmore ’83  Harry C. Goldby  Abbie Rebecca Goodman ’82  Jill Amber Graham ’01  Frank M. Greco  Ruth P. Gujarati ’60 Elizabeth F. Hendrickson ’47 Betty Jo Hirschfield Louik ’76 Mary Sara Hoffschwelle ’77 

Anne Topham Holsclaw ’63 Marjorie Honig ’61 Clara Miklos Hoon ’49 ∞ Carol Houck ’48 Janet K. James ’70  Heather S. Johanson & Scott Johanson  Olga Mamula Kaish ’49 Vivian Kaufmann ’71 Patricia Kennedy ’58  Shirley Kerchner ’51 Susan Killgallon ’64 Barbara C. Klingsporn ’66  Mary C. Knipmeyer ’68  Elsa Limbach ’02 Martha Lohmeyer ’44 Jane Ellen Marcus ’70 Judith P. Markstein ’56  Jean McGowan Marshall ’41  Carol Ann Mason ’67 Joan Monahan McFalls ’55 Gary A. McKillop  Ruth R. McLoughlin ’50 Susan Morehouse ’70  Mary K. Rodgers Moses ’35 Sage Mumma ’66  Susan Patton Munn ’70 Janet R. Necessary ’75  Diane Neimann ’65  Jennifer Newton ’74

Christine A. F. O’Connor ’78 Kathryn Osmond ’68  Lois Peeler ’58 Dolores Perry ’99  Alexandra Potts Pool ’52 Karen L. Prus ’74 Nancy Roderick ’58 Brenda H. Rouse ’66  Deborah Block Rubin ’71 Andrea Rygg Ryan ’52 Patricia Porson Ryan ’50  Jacqueline Sardi ’88 Elizabeth Seaborn ’58  Sharon F. Smith ’66 Mary Ann M. Soderbergh ’05 Sondra Blumberg Sonneborn ’55  Ruth A. Succop ’41 Lisa Welch Tallant ’85 Mildred Taylor ’50 Krista Terpack, MBA ’09  L. Gaye Torrance ’77  Sarah Louise Tullai ’55 Lisa K. Vavro  Larry A. Viehland  Ellen Mandel ’71 Mary J. Wells ’48 Lillian McFetridge Wilson ’39 

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The Purple Ribbon Society

The Purple Ribbon Society was created in 2002 to recognize leading alumni donors who have graduated within the last decade. These graduates from the classes 1999-2009 have made unrestricted gifts of $100 or more to the 2009-2000 Annual Fund. Their generosity to Chatham is greatly appreciated.

 = Increase

1869 Society

Fickes Circle

Patricia A. Downey, DPT ’08 Carol M. Meese ’08  Margaret Lehr Whitford, MFACW ’07 

Michele L. Agosti ’01 & Nathan Agosti  Elizabeth R. Archacki ’03  Kelly Bookmiller ’05 & Kevin Schmidt Maria R. Briski ’02 Lynn Capella ’00 Cathy Dolhi, OTD ’02  Rachael Fly-Pingree ’09  Jennifer S. Grab ’07  Gail Gratton ’03 Patty L. Habdas ’03 

$1,000-$1,868

Beatty Council $500-$999

Lisa M. Brown ’04  Jill Amber Graham ’01  Adeniji Valerie J. Lawrence ’05 Elsa Limbach ’02 Dolores Perry ’99  Mary Ann M. Soderbergh ’05 Krista Terpack, MBA ’09 

$100-$249

Jennifer Herman ’08 Lisa Hinkelman-Heine ’99  Stephanie Fantauzzo Johnson ’00, MOT ’02 Felicia Kieselhorst ’08  Carey N. Knapp ’01, MBA ’06  Joanne Kurtz, BSN ’07, MSN ’08 Amy E. Loveridge ’03  Kelly J. McKown ’02  April M. Mills ’02, MBA ’03  Alexa New ’08  Jana M. Palko ’02 

Pius Sodipe ’07 Jennifer M. Soltesz ’02  Mackenzie Tobin ’04 Judith A. Traister, DPT ’06 Janitza Velazquez-Matos ’07  Johanna Rossi Wagner, MFACW ’06 Diane M. Watkins ’00  Sarah Frances Weinstein ’99  Charles Raymond Wolfe III, DPT ’05 Shannon Lynn Young ’00 

Mellon Circle $250-499

Terri Bodnar MBA ’02 Kristin DeLuca ’02  Kelly Main ’04  Molly Mitchell ’08  Albert Rundio, DNP ’08  Joseph S. Sanfilippo, MBA ’01

Denise Cupp ’10 (left) and Kelly Austin ’10 (right) at the Eden Hall Campus greenhouse “I have been lucky enough to experience some of the many ‘firsts’ at the Chatham Eden Hall Campus. I am currently enrolled in the course, Organic Gardening, where every Friday afternoon our class works to grow the first organic vegetable garden by Chatham students. I am beginning to find that every experience I have at the farm is filled with excitement and possibility. I almost wish I could re-do my undergrad experience just so I can see where the Eden Hall Campus will go next.” —Kelly Austin ’10

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Chatham Campus Community

Contributions by Chatham faculty and staff, past and present, extend far beyond the classroom. We would like to thank the following members of our campus community who made gifts to the 2008-2009 Annual Fund.

 = Member of the The 1869 Society    New donors are indicated in purple and italic     = Increase Laura S. Armesto   Emily Ballinger  Esther L. Barazzone HA ’67  

Alisa Braho Lynne D. Bruckner Sean M. Coleman Michele M. Colvard  Robert J. Cooley  Mary Beth Davison  Deborah F. DeLong  Kristin DeLuca ’02  Michelle Doas  Cathy Dolhi, OTD ’07  Patricia A. Downey, DPT ’08  Emily Eckel  Carol Ennulat  Nancy A. Ferrari

Walter B. Fowler   Kate Freed  Carl Garrubba  Mary Jo Geyer Ronald R. Giles  Sheila K. Gorgonio & Joseph G. Gorgonio   Frank M. Greco  Felisha Guy  Susan R. Hawkins  Toni Lee Hebda   Thomas J. Hershberger Mark L. Hertweck  Martha E. Hildebrandt 

Diane Hunker  Janet K. James ’70  Heather S. Johanson & Scott Johanson  Emma L. Johnson Byas ’91  Jean M. Josephic 

Sharon B. Juli Amanda A. Kennedy, MPW ’06 Richard A. Kepple Carey Knapp ’01, MBA ’06 Phillip M. Komarny Paul A. Kovach   Joanne Kurtz, BSN ’07, MSN ’08 Caitlin Lasky Janet Littrell   Gary A. McKillop  Carol M. Patton   Dolores Perry ’99, MSEd ’08  Sharon H. Porterfield  Linda M. Postol Luis Ramos 

Monica E. Ritter Joyce S. Salls Penny J. Schnarrs, MBA ’09  Joseph M. Schreiber

Sheila M. Seelau Anne Skleder   Sheryl A. St. Germain Joe G. Stankovich  Corey E. Stilts  Kathleen M. Sullivan Samantha M. Swift ’91   Krista Terpack, MBA ’09  Judith A. Traister ’06 Tina Tuminella Lisa K. Vavro Larry A. Viehland  Zauyah Waite  Anissa Wardi Nicole Lindsey Wolford Peter James Zama

Chatham Ambassadors “Our Ambassadors give prospective students and their families campus tours, host overnight visits, attend all of our open house and scholarship days and speak with our prospective students about college life at Chatham. They are vital to our success!” — Lisa Zandier, director of undergraduate admissions

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Friends of Chatham  = Member of the The 1869 Society    New members are indicated in purple and italic     = Increase Patti & Claye Atcheson Shirley H. Bonner Joleen & Patrick Brannigan Richard J. Brean  Candace Carson  Barbara A. Chirio Gail M. Coe Margaret J. Cowan Clifford Delorey William S. Dietrich II  Teresa Doyle Mary Eddy Pamela D. Edmonds Kent L. Engelmeier Jean & Sigo Falk  

John Frondorf John Geffel   Harry C. Goldby  Ann B. Harris Diane P. Holder  Patricia King Jackson   John K. Johnston Lani Kane-Hanan Kathleen Krause Sandy Leandro Ben Levon John Lovegren Robbie Robinson & Steve Lynch  Louise R. Malakoff  Jeffrey Lowell Marston

John T. Mathison  Martha & Kent McElhattan 

Dorothy McGinn Janet & Donald Moritz  Barbara Mueller George W. Nagel - in spirit with Mary D. Nagel ’38  Edith & William Nault Wendelynne J. Newton Virada Nirapathpongporn Barbara Parrish Margaret & William Phillips Victoria Porch Robert M. Putnam Betty Rahsman

William M. Robinson

Martens Roc Samuel Rockwell Sr.   Shirley & S. Murray Rust III   Robert Shannon Herbert Shuman Seymour A. Sikov Andrew Stockey   B. Frank Taylor   Kathy & Louis Testoni  Janet & Hugh Thompson Robert C. Todd Jr.  Penny L. & Peter J. Watzka Linda H. & Stephen P. Weisz Jane & Arthur Weston

Experiential Learning Awards: Jessica Moran ’09 after speaking with the farmers and viewing their plots “This past summer I was accepted to do a 3 month internship through the Foundation for Sustainable Development. Through this program I was placed with a non-profit organization called Rural Agro Processors and Training Association (RAPTA) in Iganga, Uganda. RAPTA is a 907 member organization, which serves rural farmers within the surrounding counties to provide training, seed, and tools. Many of the farmers I visited had formed their own community organizations as a way to represent their county or region to RAPTA. Through some of the interviews given to the locals, the women farmers addressed concerns regarding their lack of ownership as women in farming and organization decisions. In the end, we facilitated a training workshop for the leaders of each organization on how to improve management skills and gender mainstreaming within their organizations. The training proved to be successful based on high attendance and survey feedback.” —Jessica Moran ’09, Experiential Learning Award Recipient

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2008-2009 Donor Report

Corporate, Foundation, & Other Matching Gifts Matching gift programs allow donors to double and sometimes triple their gifts to the University. We would like to extend our sincere thanks to the companies and foundations who offer matching gift programs, as well as to the alumni and friends who helped to secure this additional funding. To find out if your company or foundation matches employee contributions, please contact your human resource office or Gary A. McKillop at 412-365-2731 or mckillop@chatham.edu. 3M Foundation Bonnie Westbrook VanKirk ’81 Aetna Foundation Jean Souleret ’54 Alcoa Foundation Marilyn Lopez Dalton ’50 Clara Miklos Hoon ’49 ∞ Alice D. Reinhard ’82 Analog Devices Jeanne Weinzierl ’82 AON Consulting Tamra L. Dolinsky ’92 AT & T Foundation Heather S. Johanson AXA Foundation Karen M. George ’83 The Bank of America Foundation Phyllis Crandon ’73 BNY Mellon Charitable Foundation Annette Calgaro ’84 Virginia Hope Volponi ’72 The BOC Group Mary Jane Crooks Rech ’50 Boeing Company John Geffel

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Joan Moes ’56 Chevron Corporation Elizabeth R. Bradley ’37 Lenore Hanson ’50 Patricia Kennedy ’58 Dominion Foundation N. Janny Beck Jameson ’45 Susan Garland George ’75 ExxonMobil Foundation Barbara C. Klingsporn ’66 Helen Bostock ’62 Marie Elaine Chiles ’48 Mary Helen Conway Vaughan ’71 Follett Corporation Nancy Follett Waichler ’55 Freddie Mac Foundation Doris Jean Eversmeyer ’88 General Electric Foundation Patricia O’Keefe Beede ’51 GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Judith Ritter Reedy ’59 Karen Prus ’74 Hess Corporation Lori Baldi Chamberlin ’81

IBM Corporation Carol Moran Russell ’58 Erika VanSickel ’80 Louise L. Benjamin ’55 Margaret A. Sprenkle ’63 Mary Alice M. Deahl ’55 Intel Foundation Kelly M. Lewellen ’94 John Deere Foundation Deborah J. Morrison ’77 John Wiley & Sons Publishers Carol Joyce Beaino ’80 Johnson & Johnson Joanna Dellenbaugh ’69 Susan Fiordeliso ’87 JPMorgan Chase Foundation Donna C. May ’71 The Merck Company Foundation Nan R. Norris ’54 & ’93 Merrill Lynch & Company, Inc. Margaret S. Emery ’56 Microsoft Corporation Donna Blyshak ’90 Kelly A. Bookmiller ’05 Morgan Stanley Group, Inc. Laurel Coutrakon Rice ’72

Novartis US Foundation Lisa A. Saxton ’85 Peabody Energy Rosanna Lane ’71 The Pfizer Foundation, Inc. Ellen Teri Kaplan Goldstein ’78 The PNC Foundation Karen Barrett PPG Industries Foundation Harvette Tipton Dixon ’73 The Procter & Gamble Fund Barbara Black Bloomstrom ’50 Patricia K. Earley ’51 R.H. Macy & Company, Inc. Shelly I. Zirkes ’68 State Farm Insurance Company Theresa Freitas Wilson ’85 Tektronix Foundation Bobbi F. London ’60 USAA Matching Gift Fund Barbara Mader Knight ’50 Verizon Foundation Narcissa McLeod Scalise ’51 Sarah Jane Smyser Naylor ’52 The Wachovia Foundation, Inc. Margaret R. Sandridge ’68 Wells Fargo Foundation Nancy E. Napalo ’73

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2008-2009 Donor Report

Corporations, Foundations, Organizations & Trusts The following corporations, foundations, organizations and trusts made unrestricted gifts to the University’s Annual Fund. We gratefully acknowledge their generosity to Chatham in 2008-2009.

Founders Society $25,000 +

PCW Society $5,000-$9,999

Anonymous Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Heffer Family Foundation The Rust Foundation

Follett Corporation Lillian I. Mervis Charitable Trust R.E. & M.B. Kipper Foundation

President’s Society

$2,500-$4,999

$15,000-$24,999

Falk Foundation Martha Lockhart Mason Trust Saltsburg Fund

Chatham Society $10,000-$14,999

Beckwith Family Foundation G. Whitney Snyder Charitable Fund

Woodland Circle Community Foundation of Elmira Corning Martha Lockhart Mason Continuing Trust

1869 Circle $1,869-$2,499

Linda Carol Painting The Bessie F. Anathan Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation Elsie H. Hillman Foundation Red House Communications, Inc. The Stephen & Debra Todd Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation William W. Stewart Continuing Trust

Cornerstone Circle $1,000-$1,868

Colebrook Management, Inc Rothschild Doyno Architects Audrey Hillman Fisher Foundation Jewish Communal Fund Lampl Family Foundation The Mayor Bob O’Conner Scholarship Fund Alan and Laura Miller Charitable Lead Trust Fund The San Diego Foundation

Other AXA Foundation                                               Foundation for Jewish Philanthropies Hatch Mott MacDonald Haughey & Sons Plumbing James H. and Florence D. Lockhart Trust Schreiber Family Foundation Schwab-Rainess Foundation Stagaard & Chao Architects, PLLC Vento Landscaping & Construction, Inc. United Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh Washington Women’s Foundation Women’s Golf Association Aronimink Golf Club

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Capital and Restricted Gifts

The following individuals, corporations, and foundations made contributions in 2008-2009 for restricted purposes including Chatham’s Outreach Centers, academic departments and student financial aid.

Academic Programs Music Department The Lillian Wood Gardner Isham Memorial Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children

Doctor Physical Therapy Program Beth Jennings, MPT ’96 Charles Raymond Wolfe III, DPT ’05

Anne Putnam Mallinson Scholarship Linda Carpenter Joan B. Clark ’60 Mary S. Jakabcsin ’61 William H. Mallinson Suzanne J. McGowan ’61 Sharon Myers Diane Phillips-Leatherberry ’63 Frances K. Pizza ’61 Margaret Putnam Louis Renda Mary Booth Roberts ’61 Diane Rudov ’61 Carolyn D. Sharer ’61 Karen Ann Struckman ’64 Elizabeth Lytle Suatoni ’59

Athletics Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. Kim V. Oates Presidents’ Athletic Conference

Campbell Memorial Chapel Renovation Anonymous The Anne L. and George H. Clapp Charitable and Educational Trust Pitcairn-Crabbe Foundation

Charlotte C. Hogg ’60 Memorial Scholarship Anne L. Hearn ’60 Alice L. Kruiten ’60 Marcia S. Kung ’60 Patricia E. Meyer ’60 Oranuj “Bunny” Osatananda ’60 The Philadelphia Foundation

Chatham Women Ready to Lead American Association of University Women

Deborah Darby ’79 Gateway Award James Darby

The Donald G. Adam Award for Student Travel Richard M. Adam Carol Clark William E. Lenz

Dorothy Newell Endowed Scholarship Fund Dorothy Newell Trust

Elizabeth Waite Prine Scholarship Fund Elizabeth W. Prine ’61

Ethel Anderson Mesloh Ethel A. Mesloh ’51

Frank Lackner Tribute Donna S. Krueger ’73

Glenda Rich DeBroff ’60 Memorial Scholarship Fund Sandra D. Roth ’60

Gretchen A. McCabe ’83 Endowed Scholarship Gretchen A. McCabe ’83 Heinz Company Foundation

Bequest

In Kind Gifts

Anne Putnam Mallinson ’61

Martha Yorkin Berman ’46 Louise Royster Brown ’67 & James Brown Joan Frasher Koerner ’54 Mike Land Maoko Matsubara Robert W. Off Dorothy A. Pontious ’35

Jennie King Mellon Library Charles A. Brooks Charitable Trusts

The John Mark & Smaragda Botsaris Scholarship Fund Elaine V. Weil ’53

John W. Cummins Archive Fund Laura Jean McDermott-Camp ’00

Montgomery Psychology Award The Rust Foundation

The Mother Xenia (Sochka) Memorial Scholarship Leslie Beres-Sochka ’83 IBM Corporation

Naoko Matsubara Exhibit The Fine Foundation Katherine Cheney Chappell ’67 & Tom Chappell Mary Pope Cheney Memorial Fund

Outreach Centers Center for Women’s Entrepreneurship Bridgeway Capital Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation The Lois Tack Thompson Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation

Center for Women in Politics in Pennsylvania Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation Three Rivers Community Foundation Hillman Foundation Project Pericles

Pittsburgh Teachers Institute The Buhl Foundation Helen S. Faison Elsie H. Hillman Foundation The Grable Foundation The Heinz Endowments The Pittsburgh Foundation

Patricia Eldon Carpenter ’47 Memorial Scholarship William Carpenter Jane Carpenter Valdes-Dapena W.B. Taylor Eldon Harriet M. Goldsmith Doris B. Jamison ’46 Anna M. Priester Reimer Priester Susan C. Priester Carol Siegrist James H. Stuckey, Jr.

Student Financial Aid Carol Keil ’61 The Rust Foundation

Landscape Architect Scholarships American Society of Landscape Architects

Music & Arts Day Camp Scholarships The Mihail Stolarevsky Memorial Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation

Student Emergency Fund SAIC Stephen P. Fisher Debra Tripp

Study Abroad IFSA Foundation

Vira I. Heinz Travel Award The Heinz Endowments

Spencer Memorial David A. Nimick

Winifred Saxon ’35 Endowed Scholarship Winifred Saxon ’35 ∞

General Endowment Dorothy A. Pontious ’35 Elaine V. Weil ’53

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2008-2009 Donor Report

The Dilworth Society Members of the Planned Giving Leadership Committee are indicated in purple and italic  

T

∞ = Deceased

he Dilworth Society was established during Chatham’s

Members receive The Dilworth Planner, a biannual publication

125th year to recognize dedicated alumnae and friends

that provides useful information regarding gift planning, and

who wish to remember Chatham University in their estate

a gold-tone pin embossed with the Dilworth Society logo –

planning. These plans, such as bequests, trusts or life income

derived from design elements etched in the glass windows of

gifts, provide a legacy that benefits both Chatham and the

old Dilworth.

donor. The Society is named for Joseph Dilworth, one of Chatham’s founders and Board of Trustees member, whose bequest for $10,000

For more information about Chatham’s planned giving opportunities or membership in

established the building fund for the original Dilworth Hall. Documentation of a

the Dilworth Society, please call Samantha Swift, assistant vice president for university

donor’s intention to make a gift of this type to Chatham automatically qualifies for

advancement, at 412-365-1652 or e-mail plannedgiving@chatham.edu.

membership in the Dilworth Society.

Barbara Agosin ’62 Laura Comstock Akin ’72 Ann Lee Alexander ’47 Penelope Langston Alexander ’66 Nancy Hofsoos Armstrong ’53 Patrice Williamson Baker ’66 Carol E. Baker ’64 Roberta Swann Baldwin ’47 Leslie Beres-Sochka ’83 Russell Berg Marsha Richards Bingler ’65 Lois Katz Blaufeld ’56 Rachel Kirk Bobo ’40 Emily Doyle Boyles ’66 Carole Ashman Briggs ’58

Elizabeth Bradley ’37 Barbara Stephenson Bruner ’52 Cynthia R. Bunton ’74 Jane Coulter Burger ’66 Marcia Webb Buxton ’65 Katherine Reuss Carrus ’81 Kevin Ann Cartwright ’72 Lynette D. Charity ’74 Marie Cohn Chiles ’48 & John H. Chiles Marcia J. Clark ’86 Suzanne Fritch Clewell ’64 Jane Ziskind Cohen ’67 Edith Cole ’43 Mary E. Cole ’39 Dolores Baney Conley ’50 Amy McKay Core ’43 Jan Goldman Coppersmith ’57 Louise Caldwell Criss ’41 Marguerite Lawless Crossett ’80 Nance Jacobson Davidson ’69 Bobara E. De Caulp ’69 Susan Delgado-Park ’72 Joanna Campbell Dellenbaugh ’69 Alice E. Demmler ’45 Patricia K. Earley ’51 Martha McLaughlin Ellers ’52

Susan Black Elwell ’62

Claire Horwitz Klein ’43

Gail Ruszczyk Emery ’84 Joyce Stephens Evans ’51 Sigo Falk Betty Langer Feathers ’50 Elise Feldman ’73 Joan Snively Fisher ’52 Doris Redman Foster ’59 Ruthi Manning-Freeman ’75 Nancy Freudenthal ’67 Dorothy Hauser Fritts ’54 Kathryn Messina Gamble ’61 Hannah L. Gilman ’66 Linda Caplan Goldman ’70 Sylvia Angelo Gosztonyi ’59 Mary Jo McKee Groppe ’56 Susan Schmerer Haacke ’68 Marguerite Sullivan Hannon ’51 Linda Karen Harger ’74 Susan B. Haskell ’64 Margaret Harbison Hendrickson ’53 Pamela Hess ’87 Eleanor Goldfarb Hirsh ’47 Georgia McKee Holmberg ’68 Ruth Jenkins Horsburgh ’45 Martha Bulkley Hostetter ’61 Cordelia Suran Jacobs ’60 Claranne Von Fossen Johnson ’43 Melinda Glyde Johnson ’78 Barbara Beacham Johnston ’55 Mary E. Kale ’70 Hannah Honig Kamin ’57 & Marvin Kamin Diane C. Katz ’87 Eleanor Schaffer Kautz ’41 Jill K. Keech ’65 Alice M. Kells ’47 Patricia Kennedy ’58 Shirley Kerchner ’51 Marie Ann Kickler ’91 Marianne Byrn Kipper ’61

Barbara Mader Knight ’50 Phyllis K. Kokkila ’83 Mary Kostalos ’67 Patricia Nauman Kramer ’52 Gretchen Schmidt Kulberg ’50 Sandra Kuritzky ’73 Carolyn Cosel Lampl ’45 Janet Schmults Lee ’56 Dorcas E. Leibold ’44 June Barbara Linowitz ’67 Carole Dela Motte Litt ’64 Jane Campbell Little ’47 Susan Loitz ’77 Elizabeth Miller MacDonald-Tutchings ’56 Anne Putnam Mallinson ’61 ∞ Joyce Kamens Marin ’80 Jean White Markell ’46 Barbara McVicker Martin ’55 Thelma Martindale ’36 Diane Peterson Mathis ’71 Dorothy R. Matsui ’65 Ellen Schreiber McBride ’62 Joan Monahan McFalls ’55 Ethel Anderson Mesloh ’51 Natalie Stern Miller ’55 Jane Dvorak Moffitt ’92 Helen Roesing Monroe ’63 Ann Gould Moore ’51 Mary K. Rodgers Moses ’35 Jane Grisell Murphy ’68 Carol Bretz Murray-Negron ’61 Kathleen Kratt Neeley ’68 Diane Brutout Neimann ’65 Heather Johnson Nicholson ’65 Nan R. Norris ’54, ’93 Barbara Bath O’Callaghan ’59 Susan Taksa O’Dee ’87 Virginia Fisher O’Leary ’65 Betty King Olson ’53 Catharine Barley Paiste ’64

Judith Launer Palkovitz ’63 Barbara Dallas Palmer ’65 Elaine Stover Perino ’81 Jane Pugh Perrett ’77 Oi-Fan Chan Peters ’68 Doris H. Pierce ’36 Frances K. Pizza ’61 Mary-Anne Koenig Pomputius ’60

Dorothy A. Pontious ’35 Heather Martin Price ’66 Elizabeth Burnham Pugh ’57 Marion Swannie Rand ’45 Dorothy Lowenthal Raizman ’68 Helen Davis Rowe ’57 Joan Klopp Roy ’71 Beth Ruddiman ’77 Carol Moran Russell ’58 Elinor & S. Murray Rust, Jr. Barbara Sanford ’58 Lisa M. Savegnago ’89 Narcissa McLeod Scalise ’51 Margaret Cooke Skidmore ’60 Sharon F. Smith ’66 Nancy Louise Speck ’65 Dolores Steinecke ’35 Florence Ray Stier ’39 Suzanne Stuart ’71 Elizabeth Lytle Suatoni ’59 Ruth A. Succop ’41 Ruth Moorhead Sward ’35 Mary B. Templeton ’68 Margaret Tucker Thompson ’51 Lorrie Edwards Troyer ’58 Joan Bowdle Turnbull ’44 Gail Verlin ’63 Junko K. Waibel ’88 Dorothy E. Wallace ’38 Joann Walthour ’51 Nancy Sherwood Willcox ’59 Jennifer Potter Winton ’66

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2008-2009 Donor Report

Alumnae Donors July 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009 Chatham College for Women of Chatham University is pleased to list the following names of alumnae who contributed between July 1, 2008 and June 30, 2009. Alumnae Fund totals include all unrestricted contributions and matching gifts. Restricted gifts, which include contributions to endowed or restricted funds, are listed separately. Gifts received after June 30, 2009 will be acknowledged in the 20092010 donor report. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, but mistakes sometimes occur. If we have misspelled or omitted your name, please accept our most sincere apologies and let us know by contacting the Office of University Advancement at 412-365-1516 or giving @chatham.edu.

 = Member of the The 1869 Society     = Increase    ∞ = Deceased

Class of 1933

Class of 1941

Class of 1945

Dorothy Ballantyne Milliken

Louise Caldwell Criss Eleanor Kautz Jean McGowan Marshall Betty Mullett Alice Steinmark Rightor Ruth Annette Succop Jeanne-Anna Widgery

Helen Clewer Armstrong Patsy Speers Bradley  ∞ Alice E. Demmler Luceille Egan Fleming Nancy Herdt Hall June Collins Hopkins Ruth Jenkins Horsburgh N. Janny Beck Jameson  Carolyn Cosel Lampl  Betty McBride Helen T. Noyes Marion Swannie Rand  Phyllis Ingraham Stout Marian Sunnergren Mary Jane Tygard

9% Participation Alumnae Fund: $50

Class of 1934 17% Participation Alumnae Fund: $25 Ruth Maxwell Doyle

Class of 1935

27% Participation Alumnae Fund: $775 Dorothy Woodward Evans Mary K. Rodgers Moses Ruth Moorhead Sward

Class of 1936

42% Participation Alumnae Fund: $1,850 Elizabeth McLaughlin Bryant Nancy Lane Davis Rachel Jones Donaldson   Thelma Martindale Joan Dodds Shrader

Class of 1937

21% Participation Alumnae Fund: $1,250 Elizabeth R. Bradley  Lillian Taylor Franz Mary Travers Gerhard

Class of 1938

33% Participation Alumnae Fund: $800 Mary Baldwin Beatrice Conn Dorothea Haas

Class of 1939

29% Participation Alumnae Fund: $4,100 Amy McBride Bell Mary E. Cole  Betty R. Foster Florence Stier Lillian McFetridge Wilson

Class of 1940

53% Participation Alumnae Fund: $6,760 Rachel Kirk Bobo   Jean Burt Anne Ludlow Kinney Ruth Clark Nelson Elinor Offill Jean Burry Patten Elizabeth Sweeney Taylor Madge Watt

29% Participation Alumnae Fund: $2,749

Class of 1942

39% Participation Alumnae Fund: $2,849 Alison Armstrong Ruth D. Benner Eleanor Glick Caplan  Mary Jane Forker Janet Newton Jane O’Neill Alice Porter Elizabeth R. Pray Jean Purvis Dorothy Vale Roberts Barbara Vockel Betty Webber

Class of 1943

48% Participation Alumnae Fund: $1,975 Marian Lambie Arnheim Dorothy M. Autore Patricia F. Byers Edith Cole Vance Hyde Marjorie Noonan Ladley Dorothy McCabe Althea Lowe McCalmont  Jane F. McGough Louise W. Menges Nina Ross Jean Archer Rothermel Mrs. Walter Alexander Scott, Jr. Virginia Shank

Class of 1944

37% Participation Alumnae Fund: $2,980 Lillian Sheasby Bauer Mary Ruth Eckman Marion Springer Edmunds Evlyn Wehling Fulton Ruth Grant Ruth Jacobs Dorcas Ellen Leibold Ann Lewis   Martha Lohmeyer Norma Bailey McLean Ruth Murray Aida Pacella Nancy Raup Palmer

38% Participation Alumnae Fund: $30,500

Class of 1946

40% Participation Alumnae Fund: $4,930 Margaret Barnes Martha Berman Jean Purves Bowman Joan Davies Bream Jean Brown Barbara Cox Campbell Dorothy Carson Elizabeth Jane Geeting Virginia Mae Haug Miriam Hosack Jean T. Johnson Mary Karlson Carol Thorne King   Margaret Kirby Dolores Knoll Francesca Hilbish Logue Jean White Markell  Virginia McDermott Janet Bovard Poole Betty Jane Stenger Mary Louise Swensson Doris White

Class of 1947

38% Participation Alumnae Fund: $13,774 Roberta Swann Baldwin  Helen Borga Ruth A. De Haven Georgiana Gilliland Denniston Marjorie McSwigan Friday Mary Alice Harrison Elizabeth F. Hendrickson Eleanor Hirsh Elva Braziell Hively Doris S. Hookway Norma Hopkinson Priscilla Maude Joseph Alice M. Kells Barbara Mason 

Else Greger Miller Betty W. Morrison Frances Haverstick Myers Ruth Arnold Nichols  Alene Sage LaVerne Scott Marjorie Sherts Gloria Spellacy Virginia Lefurgy Tubbs   Dolly Webb Martha Raup Wheatley   Lois Ann Dewalt Zellers

Class of 1948

56% Participation Alumnae Fund: $8,973 Jean Forncrook Armstrong Ruth Bachman  Ingeborg Mueller Baylor Helen Beckert Mary Ann Brown Marianne Boggs Campbell  Marie Elaine Chiles  Dorothy Doolittle Collins Suzanne Conklin Rita Ann Doig Joy Douglas Charlotte Eck Henrietta Meyer Garrett  Shirley Morrow Hedenburg Carol Houck Mary Ruth Hunsberger Ruth Shaffer Loughney-Mook Janet Marville Helen B. Michaels Virginia B. Robertson Elizabeth F. Robin Margaret Santorilla Elizabeth Scheide Amy Skallerup Rosemary Bowie Sloan Doris V. Smith Alma Anderson Staehle Mary Lou Starret Elizabeth Albach Weamer Mary J. Wells

Class of 1949

38% Participation Alumnae Fund: $3,224 Eleanor Atwell Patricia Anne Butts Barbara Evans Dismukes Eva Frangoulis Jean F. Frank Elizabeth B. Frederick Mary Rider George Virginia R. Heckert Clara Miklos Hoon ∞ Elizabeth Walker Hyser Beverly Johnston Olga Mamula Kaish

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2008-2009 Donor Report Frances O. Kerr Shirley P. Kroske-Reinsmith Kathryn T. Pittman Carolyn Shoup Elizabeth Christy Snell Carol McCollough Stride Ann Lanicker Ulrich Lu B. Wenneker Marilyn Zelt Elaine Beyer Zivkovich

Class of 1950

53% Participation Alumnae Fund: $22,467 Corky Davis Anderson  Suzanne Bartlett Phylis Streander Betz Phoebe T. Birmingham Jeanne Bloomstein Barbara Black Bloomstrom   Eva M. Bowser  Sally Buske Ann Morgan Cascorbi Bertha Mae Robinson Chaplin Joy Ann Chilcott Dolores Baney Conley Nancy Curry Delilah Virginia Custer Marilyn Lopez Dalton Betty Langer Feathers Sally Gurin Lenore Hanson Elizabeth D. Herzberg Marilyn R. Hetzel Aura Raspaldo Hulme  Ritae Harbert Hutson Rhoda Kern Lenore R. Klein Barbara Mader Knight   Joan Labriola Patricia Marlin Laird Louise Richards Lane Catherine Leffler Janet Lynch Shirley McCreary Marjorie Dykema McKibben Ruth R. McLoughlin Elizabeth Bassett McMahon   Lois Marie Mignogna Antoinette Carpenter Morris Claire Marie Myers Joan M. Newcomb Shirley Chelsted Nichols  Virginia Palguta Nina June Peters Mary Jane Crooks Rech Frances Robertson Jo Ann S. Rounsley Patricia Ryan Barbara Whiteside Schilling   Mary Bovard Schwartz Rita Spalding Phyllis Spiegel Nancy Beamer Stewart Mildred Taylor Jacqueline Davies Templeton  Jean Ross Trecartin Mona May Werner Barbara Jane Whitlinger Marjorie B. Winnicki

Class of 1951

51% Participation Alumnae Fund: $12,355 Anonymous Anonymous Eleanor Balent Patricia O’Keefe Beede Laura M. Diaz Barbara Jeanne Hoy Dible Marilyn Pfohl Donnelly  Katherine DuBois Patricia K. Earley Anna Mae Eckert Joyce Evans Nancy Baker Fekety Jeanne Fulton Anne Gibb Marguerite Sullivan Hannon Ann C. Harvey Joan Goodwin Heckel  Rita Howard Marguerite M. Jacob Shirley E. Johnston Shirley L. Kerchner Patricia A. Kirk SaraBelle Krapfel Gwendolyn B. Lammert  Lois Lee Helen Woods Lucas Rosella Petraglia Mastandrea  Marylou W. McCall Donna Bischoff Meess Ethel A. Mesloh Betty Lou L. Miller Beverly J. Minor Ann Moore Margaret Murphy Narcissa McLeod Scalise  Dorothy Scullin Marlene E. Shettel   Bertha Thompson Margaret Tucker Thompson  Martha Whaley Webster Joyce Welty Joan J. Whelan

Class of 1952

44% Participation Alumnae Fund: $11,040 Louise Anderson Sally W. Autenreith  Evangeline S. Beldecos Bette Shapiro Bigler Laura Jane Booth Katharine Both Doris Warner Brown Barbara Stephenson Bruner  Elsa Morris Cameron Janet F. Carr Dana Bretton Colsky Joanne Davis Florence Helen DeWalt Martha McLaughlin Ellers Phyllis Smith Everett Joan S. Fisher Barbara A. Foresti Marilyn Henderson Pauline Hill Nancy K. Hilland Betty Hirsch Nancy Garlow Hoop  Christina M. Kachulis Virginia I. Kern Nancy H. Kohman

Pat N. Kramer Judith B. Linowes Helene Meuser-Pande Adele Moslener Muriel Muldorf Barbara Wolfson Myers Alexandra Potts Pool Janet H. Rhein Henriette Rougraff Andrea Rygg Ryan Marcia M. Stewart Carolyn Smith Taylor

Class of 1953

42% Participation Alumnae Fund: $11,449 Jeannine English Abel  Alice Berry Adams   Nancy Hofsoos Armstrong  Alice S. Beckwith Joan Boyd Barbara Logan Brown Marie T. Carricato Jean Clift Nancy Courtney Jane Montgomery Dickey  Alice Mary Domineske Marion Elizabeth Drummond Sara Crum Ferrell Muriel F. Hasely Alice Kalla Joan Kretzinger Kathryn L. Merge Lois Glazer Michaels  Madeline B. Miles Catherine Montgomery Jane S. Morgan Sarah Jane Smyser Naylor Betty K. Olson Gloria Palmer-Fuller Gretchen Peck Elizabeth F. Purdum Eleanor B. Reese Suzanne Rogers Shirley Simcik Cordelia Soles  Phyllis Spitz Nancy Hegan Wadsworth

Class of 1954

42% Participation Alumnae Fund: $13,560 Lois Adelson Lois Thompson Anderson  Meira Applebaum Elsie Balano Katharine Batson Mary Ann Bloom Margaret B. Canon Barbara Collett Dorothy Fritts Nancy H. Heil Barbara Hopkins Marion Michel Marie R. Nether Patricia Miriam Nicholson Nan R. Norris   Mary Alice Jackson Regan Harriet E. Rosser Joyce T. Schafer Lois Marlene Schworm Jean Souleret Isabelle Allias Staffeldt Barbara Senior Stewart

Class of 1955

47% Participation Alumnae Fund: $36,420 Louise L. Benjamin Linda C. Bhame Nancy Bierwerth Marilyn C. Bowling Jane B. Bowser Leslie M. Brockett-Wohlfarth Elizabeth Fawcett Coleman Mary Alice M. Deahl Winifred B. Dickinson Dolores Elliott Carla Norberg Gaut Marion Sweeny Guthrie Lorraine H. Haas Catherine A. Headley Marilyn Hill Barbara B. Johnston Mary Kay Kamath ∞ Zoe Lalos Joan Monahan McFalls Joanne O’Roark Jill Quick Jean Graham Rhodes Mary Rowden Lavinia Grimes Simons Sondra Blumberg Sonneborn Marita P. Spangler Janet Sterling Joan E. Taylor Sarah Louise Tullai Eleanor C. Ulmer Nancy Follett Waichler   Mary Jane Wallhausser Gayle Crane Wheeler Elizabeth G. Williams

Class of 1956

38% Participation Alumnae Fund: $11,250 Electra Petrolias Agras  Lois K. Blaufeld Marion Latshaw Boon   Nancy W. Bridges Barbara Leslie Brown Roberta Campbell Elizabeth Dann Margaret S. Emery Martha Frew Mary Jo McKee Groppe  Susan Bergman Gurrentz  Sarah Weise Hall Lori Hoskins Carolyn Joiner Nancy Kane Margaret Floyd Kaufman Janet S. Lee Ann Hawthorne Lewis Elizabeth Miller MacDonald-Tutchings Judith P. Markstein Joan Moes Margaret Pattison Moore Dana Rose Pollitt Grace Nardulli Regutti Yvonne Brooks Saxton Sonya Vernau Rose-Louise Weyhmann Linda Wise

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Class of 1957

39% Participation Alumnae Fund: $6,217 Dorothy Devine Agnew Sandra E. Chernew Mary K. Cochran Alice Collins Marlene Valentine Daugherty   Rhoda W. David Mary Donaldson Mary Ann Goodrum Sally Gregerson Dorothy Dieckmann Harman Keay Hathaway Lynn W. Hawker Carol Kinsley Patricia R. Levine Gail Miller Maiolo Jane S. May Sheila Otto Mildred Schulte Pastor Elizabeth Burnam Pugh  Patricia A. Riess Helen Rowe Nancy Gellman Rubenstein  Elizabeth Runyan Jean McIlwraith Tebay Eleanor S. Wainwright Mary Weatherwax Ann Wilkinson Magdalene Poolos Yeotis

Class of 1958

49% Participation Alumnae Fund: $9,720 Mary Anne Braithwaite Carole Ashman Briggs  Denise Chatfield Marilyn S. Cook Claudette Cooper Elaine Rockwood Cummings Marlene Suran Davis Anna Belle I. Few Judy Moore Goehring Barbara Asche Haynes Inna Hays Carol J. Heiser Jennine Bette Jackson Patricia Kennedy Airin L. Kim Phyllis P. McShea Barbara B. Morrison Peggy Burgette Newman Barbara A. O’Callaghan Lois Peeler Barbara Hebrank Ramsay Nancy Roderick Carol Moran Russell   Martha L. Sanders Barbara Sanford Elizabeth Seaborn Barbara G. Selbst Rosemary Stark Nancy L. Thoman Ann Urban Susan Wetherall Patricia Wickham Elizabeth A. Wilson Elizabeth McCoy Yermack Sandy Young

Phonathon caller Maureen McGuirk ’09 “Phonathon is a fun way to connect to my Chatham sister alumnae and develop better communication skills. My favorite part of phonathon is talking to the alumnae that genuinely love Chatham and share lots of memories. So many wonderful women have been influenced by their experiences at Chatham and it makes me proud to be a part of this supportive institution where world ready women are made.” —Maureen McGuirk ’09

Class of 1959

38% Participation Alumnae Fund: $9,659 Sally Knight Anderson Winifred Anderson Mary Jane Arnold Carol P. Berkman Elizabeth Bernardi Roberta F. Bills Nancy H. Bowser Kathleen Bradish Patricia A. Clark Doris Redman Foster   Harriet L. Franklin Anna Mary Frye Carole Gottlieb Bette Jo Greenberger  Sandra Gross Patricia M. Johnson Martha Lane Judith Levitan Sandra S. Lyter Linda G. Marcus Ruth L. McMillen Earla Sue McNaull Danna Mitchell Diana W. Montgomery Sue Neff Beverly Pimsleur Barbara R. Pollock  Judith Ritter Reedy Elayne J. Rosen Jeanette Seaman Elizabeth Searight Ruth Scott Sims Elaine Frank Sloan  Deborah Somers Barbara Shapiro Stein Elizabeth Lytle Suatoni 

Class of 1960

54% Participation Alumnae Fund: $19,555 Isabelle Spurr Appleton Mary L. Bakhtiar Sally Baldus Bette Balk Brenda J. Brownlee Lauranne Gay Brunner Coral Burke Patricia Evans Burns Beverley Bush Joan B. Clark Estous Lee Davidson Charlotte T. DeLuca Kathryn M. Elder Gail P. Fox Roselyn Frank

Mary Peck Gallaway Virginia K. Gregory   Ruth P. Gujarati Susan Gordon Guttman  Gayle T. Harris Jill P. Huston Cordelia Suran Jacobs  Annina R Jenkins Amy Hannah Kellman Marcia S. Kung Bobbi F. London Patricia Ross Loucks Morissa Bernstein Lundy Norma Mahle Milanie Matthews Winifred P. McDowell  Ellen S. Owens Donna Painter Carole Petro Mary-Anne Koenig Pomputius Arleen Helen Porter Marcia Rosenthal Anita Gessler Salberg  Susan Schwarz Dorothy S. Schweiger Claire Schweriner Margaret Cooke Skidmore  Nancy Levendorf Smith Joan Spillman Virginia Long Springen Barbara H. Tabachnick Arlene Timmons Judith Levine Weintraub   Elizabeth G. Westgard Susan Whitmyre Faith Willis Anne Wright

Class of 1961

46% Participation Alumnae Fund: $52,344 Carol Albert Margaret H. Ballay Linda Morgan Blyth Paula K. Cramer Carroll Dawson Robin A. De Kleine Geraldine Edwards Frances Feigert Kathryn Ann Gamble Barbara Gilbert Joan Levine Gilder  Marjorie Honig Nigar Abbasi Husain Mary Sendek Jakabcsin Janet B. Kilgore Marianne Byrn Kipper  Arlene Sinkus Lewis 

Susan E. Linder Anne Putnam Mallinson   ∞ Susan Childs Matheson  Mary Alice Ginger McNally Shirley Anita Minner Carol Murray-Negron Barbara I. Paull Mary Kay Poppenberg Marilou Querns Mary Quickel Barbara Rawley Glorianne H. Robbi Mary Fassett Roberts Judy R. Rubinstein Diane Rudov Carolyn D. Sharer Brenda Purdon Stober Sharon Tomalin Hannah Brush Van Horn  Karlena G Warnock

Class of 1962

35% Participation Alumnae Fund: $40,845 Barbara Agosin Nancy Bate Nancy Biamonte Helen Bostock Margaret Ann Brown   Martha Haase Carson  Sarah A. Dauer Joyce H. Doughty Judith S. Eley Virginia Fletcher Gretchen W. Gantzer Julia Loubris Hanson Sue S. Harsh Gretchen E. Hart   Victoria M. Hartung  Jane H. Libbing Dorothy C. Lilja Ellen W. McBride Katherine Kipp McKelvey Heather M. Meacham Ginger C. Miller  Etta Moredock Gail Siegrist Naftel Ann K. Newlin Jane Pauline Elaine Ruben Penny Schwarz Alice Scott Patricia Shaw Judith A. Silver Elizabeth Platz Smith Judith Halko Sphon  Lee Tarullo Maxine Basson Vasquez

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2008-2009 Donor Report Susan B. Veit Alice C. Yankura Rhoda Kramer Yanus Faith Buchner Zarro Terri Zionts

Class of 1963

44% Participation Alumnae Fund: $14,681 Ellen Levy Blumberg Ellen R. Brecher Joan Cino Margot L. Clark Elizabeth Snydacker Cottington Nancy F. Demoise Rebecca Duncan Carolyn R. Flood  ∞ Jane Alexander Givens  Rachel Gorr Jane M. Grawe Joan Salay Green Anne Holsclaw Margaret Folino Huff  Susan S. Kopp Myra Kurzbard Ellen Block LaMartina Nancy W. Lees Nan Hall Lombardi Celeste P. Massaro Helen Moed Pomeroy Sandra R. Molinaroli Helen Monroe Elaine Mazer Myers Anna C. Nagy Dianne Rubin Newman  Judy Palkovitz Diane Phillips-Leatherberry Susan H. Reichard Susan Hunt Roose Elizabeth Salyards Mary Ann Sheline Mary Riley Smith Louise A. Sonnenberg Margaret A. Sprenkle   W. Bonnie George Switzer  Caroline Whaley Thibault  Susan B. Trayser Gail Verlin Lucile Davis Wareing Sue Warner Judith Webb

Class of 1964

41% Participation Alumnae Fund: $9,446 Antonia H. Albitz Barbara Azizo Joan Eleanore Bailey Carol E. Baker Judith Barbarosh Ruth Anne Bengtson Suanne Boitz Christine L. Burley Marcia Butler Mary Ann Church Suzanne Fritch Clewell  Constance Shane Clovis Sarah Drescher Judith Beth Esposito Merle Fishman Dorothy C. Fox Barbara Freed Dorothy Evans Fulton Barrie Gregory

Gwenn Gurnack Susan B. Haskell Wendy Aylesworth Haskell Lolly Smith Howard Grace Emley Hutchinson   Toba Kerson Susan Killgallon Elizabeth Klemm Marty Richards Knight Jo Ann Lightcap Carole Jean Litt Carson Bass Lutes Elizabeth W. Merchant Nancyann Moran Nancy Lord Beal Mostow Doris Haukland Nielssen Catharine Paiste Sandra Heisler Shapiro Janet S. Slifkin Dorothy A. Smock Margaret F. Snape Karen Blomquist Struckman Bonnie Taschler Nancy P. Tolley Carolyn Tamplin Ward 

Class of 1965

31% Participation Alumnae Fund: $17,155 Marsha Bingler Beverly Blessinger Joan Bretz Karen Brown Judith Wetlaufer Clinton Rebecca Bennett Crocker Suzanne Archer Dawes Ingrid Elisabeth Detweiler Ronya J. Driscoll Carol Hartman Elden Myra Gillum Anna Hall Susan Hanson Sidney-Anne Hudig Lynne S. Jacobson Patricia Jones Jill Squire Keech Doris Damour Maly Linda Pope Marsh Dorothy R. Matsui Elaine R. Moroney Diane Neimann Heather Johnston Nicholson  Virginia Fisher O’Leary  Barbara Dallas Palmer  Pamela Proksa Patt   Lynne Jack Porterfield Pamela Russell Nancy Saperstein Nancy Louise Speck  Rosemary Tanner Barbara Zitko Terris Linda Lee Turpin Barbara Boles Walton Margaret Wilson Martha L. Wilson

Class of 1966

37% Participation Alumnae Fund: $14,754 Louise DeCarl Adler   Pamela Armstrong Patrice Claire Baker Emily Eve Boyles Vivian Lazur Brantley

Barbara Brenman Jane Coulter Burger  Jean Chamberlin Deborah Churchfield Andra Sandson Condon Betsy Cooley Nancy McNabb Davis Adair Harrison Douglass Suzanne Callas Francis   Ann G. Freimuth Madelon Rose Fross Hannah L. Gilman Raquel Maria Halty Cheryl Hardwick-Moore Susan Jane Heckman Katherine Hoover Hill Emily Berry Hoak Barbara W. Howe Sally Johnston Anita C. Justinus Patricia E. Kane, Ruthe M. Kaplan Barbara C. Klingsporn Donna Kwall Smith Alice G. Lague Lynn Williamson Lawrence Kristin G. MacLeod Bonnie Markey Jacqueline Miller Dolores Adamson Moore  Susan S. Morris Sage Mumma Laura E. Oliva Jarene Pagliarulo Deborah Payson   Hilary Prouty Brenda H. Rouse Sharon F. Smith Helen R. Steele Linda Whitmyre Jennifer Potter Winton 

Class of 1967

35% Participation Alumnae Fund: $54,710 Sharon Anderson Esther L. Barazzone   Ellen Bedell Audrey S. Bensy Anne E. Brown Louise Brown Katherine Cheney Chappell   Elizabeth Claytor Jane Isabel Cohen Betsy Crone Vivian Lowery Derryck  Andrea End Catherine Shelburne English Carol Swenson Foss  Nancy Freudenthal  Katherine Garren Penelope A. Gladwell Janet W. Grana Louise Haralam Ruth Oliver Hewitt ∞ Diane Holzheimer Mary Hourigan Phyllis Jaslow Cary Johnson Pamela Johnson Phyllis Berman Johnson Ellen Kight Carol A. Kirwin Mary Kostalos

Karen Lake Buttrey  June Barbara Linowitz Deborah Little-Wyman Judith Livingston Carol Ann Mason Kammy McCleery Mary Lou Patrick McJunkin Evi Metcalf Jo Ann Mitchell Margaret M. Murtha Bonnie Birks O’Connell Beverly B. Palmer Kala Lapidus Paul   Carol Pogash Jean S. Raben Trudy Randolph Susan Schnapf Sandy Shasby Theodora St. Lawrence Linda Stavros Tegner McAteer Stokes  Martha King Taylor Alice H. Weeman Susan Slagle Young

Class of 1968

30% Participation Alumnae Fund: $109,431 Catherine F. Beard Cherie Bliwise Susan Esterman Borish   Barbara Janet Bramble   Abigail Brooks Gail Y. Browne   Sabra C. Burdick Marsha Camitta Kathleen L. Carlson Susan Clemow Jane Cooper Gail Reiner Davis Karen L. Dinnage Susan Price Drachsler Beckey C. Hahn Marianne Schlittler Haller Barbara Stern Heffer   Emily Greenaway Howard Faith Jaycox Betty Kaplan Mary C. Knipmeyer Sherlene Lindquist Patricia Loughren Marcia L. Martin Christine Joyce Miller   Jane Grisell Murphy   Kathryn Osmond Oi-Fan Chan Peters Roberta Livingston Reitzes  Margaret R. Sandridge Elaine M. Scarry  Elinor A. Scheirer  Patricia McBride Schlosser Susan Schmerer-Haacke Alice L. Shull Mary B. Templeton  Joanna Tilghman Eleanor S. Wait Katherine Weyhrauch Merry Susan White Shelly I. Zirkes

Class of 1969

33% Participation Alumnae Fund: $9,630 Jean Andrews

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2008-2009 Donor Report Joan Wooden Blazich Carol Zurheide Block  Laura Brown Lynn Stewart Brown  Mary Belle Bulwinkle Vickers Burdett Sally M. Burkhart Bobara E. De Caulp Mary Hood Deitch Joanna Dellenbaugh Audrey DeLoffi Christine M. Sakumoto Drake Ann Duffield Ellen Edelstein Risa S. Ellovich Susan Farr  Joan Velkey Feltovich Jacqueline Emery Flynn Karen Funaro Laura Gould Grad Kathryn Green Hollace Meck Gutshall Virginia G. Harkey Catherine Perkins Hartsfield Alice Holstein Bernadette Lombardo Ilch Marjory A. Kaplan Kathleen Cochrane Kean Marion Lefebre Maryann Lenkoski Mary Moran Karen Moss Penelope Prudden Myles Sarah Jane Olmstead Loretta Owens Kathleen M. Perrone Vivian Prunier Ann Judson Ratcliffe Linda Scholle Cowan Sally J. Schurko Marcia D. Seeler Erika R. Shore Lois Skalka Connie Sukernek

Class of 1970

25% Participation Alumnae Fund: $12,985 Pamela J. Bradley   Diane Cohen Mary Kay K. Connell Margaret Cotton Diane Marie Deagan Margaret Cox Epstein Dawn Fischer Evelyn Lewis Freeman   Linda Goldman Marilyn Smith Half Judith Harding Margaret Hobbs Janet K. James Marilyn Jones Martha Krupa Dena Lindsay Jane Ellen Marcus Patricia Mason-Browne Susan Patton Munn Dorothea D. Newport  Cynthia Plotkin-Mervis Priscilla Jane Richardson Cheri Jo Schwartz Sherry Handsman Schwartz   Susan Arlene Schwartz Sarah Marks Siciliano-Hartt

Barbara L. Smith Frances C. Trafton Ann Ungar Melissa Vaughan Ann E. Wall Janis Roseberg Wasserman Alice Zellefrow Susan Zimecki

Jane A. Ungemack Susan Vance Virginia Hope Volponi Betty J. Vutz Patricia Werschulz Janice West Jene Wilson Lynne Woodward

Class of 1971

Class of 1973

Betsy Bagstad Linda Martin Barber Janet Della Carabello Ellen Paige Diamond Susan Belkin Glaser Lena Genello Goldberg  Adele S. Grunberg Andrea Heft Sherry C. Joseph Vivian Kaufmann Ellen Koldewey Molly W. Kulp Rosanna Lane   Deborah Jo Levan Cynthia A. Linhart   Donna C. May  Diane Peterson   Margaret V. Ragni  Joan Roy Deborah Jean Rubin Elizabeth A. Ruckman Gail Rudenstein Sara B. Stotzer Sallie Bishop Vandervort Mary Helen Conway Vaughan  Ellen Mandel Weber Nora Naber Windmeyer Martha-Jean Hughes Wynnyczok

Jane Ailes Norma Franklin Baker Ruth A. Barron Deborah Carter Berkson Beth Pete Blumberg Catherine Young Cann Mary Ann Cascio Nancy Chalfant-Walker Susan J. Christie Nancy H. Chubb Ruth Abbott Clark Phyllis Crandon Jan Stovicek Creech Harvette Tipton Dixon  Norinne Fraser Judith Ann Gale Katherine Wyse Goldman Joann Grisetti Christina DePasquali Holtz Amy S. Ingraham Ellen Britton Kennedy Barbara Kostreva Donna S. Krueger Sandra Kuritzky Christine Hall McClure  M. Kathleen Miller Abby Milstein Edith H. Mitchell Nancy E. Napalo Elisabeth Narrow Gail Adams Nuse Susan O’Neil Francesca Ann Peckman Cynthia Woodward Pennington Pamela Rayburn Debbie Tomaszewski Renzi Nancy S. Sims Michele T. Somogyi Diane Hayford Sonnecken   Pearlie Tam Jean E. Wiant Barbara E. Wilhelm

21% Participation Alumnae Fund: $39,749

Class of 1972

24% Participation Alumnae Fund: $30,834 Janet Blair Rebecca Brackett Ann Elizabeth Brooks Ann Brown Kevin Ann Cartwright  Edith S. Champ  Sheila R. Dalmat Kathleen A. Ferraro Joanne Elizabeth Fiedler  Kathryn Fliegler Susan Galloway Billie Goldstein Shari E. Goldstein Barbara Grossman Joyce Lamb Anne Peirce Landis  Robin Weinbrenner Latta Kathy Lewis Marge Nichols Laurel Coutrakon Rice   Suzanne Robblee Rochelle Rosen Ellen Schechter Berger Karen E. Sellman Nancy B. Smithyman Carolyn Diane Snyder Patricia Thompson Staab Barbara Ann Studenmund Jane Sweeney Mary Eddy Turner

29% Participation Alumnae Fund: $12,723

Class of 1974

25% Participation Alumnae Fund: $30,424 Patricia M. Artimovich Alice S. Bliss-Dodd Crystal Linda Brown Cynthia R. Bunton  Lynette D. Charity   Jolene Ereditario Chinchilli  Marilyn H. Comfort Becky Pringle Corbin Susan Fetterolf  Karen Gilgoff Ann Murphy Glannon  Linda Karen Harger Molly S. Henning Vernease Herron-Miller Judith Jacobi Karen L. Kiefer

Lisa Nicholas Konesni Betsy B. Lamb Ida Leigh Levine Randi Gelfand Lewis Rebecca Lisy Leslie Lloyd Elsie Heard McAdoo Maureen Carroll McHugh Wallis Kissel Mertes Jennifer Newton Susan E. Rehrig Laurie Duber Rosenberg Sally Seed Cynthia Eileen Shoemaker Mary Stephens-Schweikher Susan Gilbert Tabor Patricia Teesdale Jeannine Turgeon Pamela Haynes Walsh Catherine Cusack Wilson Audrey Zalewski

Class of 1975

18% Participation Alumnae Fund: $4,705 Bonnie Arnold Micki Morgan Caskey Veronica Chapman Janice Cederstrom Ciampa Lucinda Clark Susan Garland George   Constance Hoechstetter Lesley H. Hume Laura J. Johnson Linda Sheer Jones Linda Lee King Martha Martin Betty Metheny Lucy L. Millman Janet R. Necessary Ronna Nichamin Adair Roth Judith Stauffer Sandt Susan C. Schafer Mary Jo Cicero Tavares Nancy F. Weissman Dorothy Whittier Karen Zielinski

Class of 1976

11% Participation Alumnae Fund: $4,200 Lynn Baxter-Carmody Joyce Noce Derabasse Victoria Fearn Dunn Jane Ann Duvall Louise Turan George Lee Grice   Beryl M. Gundy Betty Jo Hirschfield Louik Jeri Mancini Brenda S. Marsh  Nan Sachs Solow Gail A. Weiss

Class of 1977

18% Participation Alumnae Fund: $16,290 Ellen Marie Schillo Barnick Terri Price Dean  Monica Roxanne Gaskins Pamela Gregor Beverley Hartman Mary Sara Hoffschwelle Mary Anne Hunter

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2008-2009 Donor Report Mary Ann Kmetyk Marlene L. Kochis Ann M. Lieberman Susan G. Loitz Deborah Hewitt March Pauline L. Michaels Carolyn Snyder Miltenberger  Deborah J. Morrison  Paula Repka Elizabeth P. Ruddiman

Class of 1978

20% Participation Alumnae Fund: $7,585 Cuyler Augustino Adele Schwadron Cannell  Lynn Cauley Donna M. Evans Ellen Teri Kaplan Goldstein   Barbara F. Greenberg Jan Grice Suzanne J. Hayden Lisa Jane Cambotti Kaufman  Laurie Therese LaPat-Polasko Tonia Meadows Margaret Melozzi Danielle Meyers Margaret Ann Miller Maggie Pyne Monteverde Heidi Morgan Christine A. F. O’Connor Kathryn K. Reehl Sue A. Russell Kimberly Watkins 

Class of 1979

18% Participation Alumnae Fund: $6,305 Elinor Barmen Margaret L. Bonner   Karen R. Calmeise-Darden Harriette Corbin Jennifer Curley Beth Ann Farmer Sheryl Fischer Judith N. Frohman Robin Gordin-Minutello Sarah Heyden Janet Kobosky Elizabeth Smith Langston Donna P. Leone Elizabeth Lorenz Suzanne Lucci Rosalie Matsuoka Jennifer K. Post Susan Small Connie Spencer Deborah Forsyth Storey Carrie Swing Lynn S. Taska Debra McCloskey Todd   Robin L. Wallace Diane Zagerman

Class of 1980

21% Participation Alumnae Fund: $7,959 Kathleen Ayers Carol Joyce Beaino Vicki Barth Beatty  Elizabeth Boyd Peg Chatham Susannah Colt Darlene McCloskey Crivaro Marguerite Crossett

Helen Thaw Davis Cheryl A. DeSoto Patricia Dill Renee Ann Eaton Heidi B. Fenton  Sharon Forni Kimberly Anne Francis Elise Gemeinhardt Carolyn Herbert Barbara E. Holmes  Marta Simpson Hurwitz Judith K. Ismail-Beigi Nancy Jessup Joan Morgenstern Jill S. Rothstein Carol Sharp Erika VanSickel Amy Weiss Cynthia Lo Youse

Anne Walker Cloonan Colleen Connors Susan Demyan Michele Ciara Farrell Gloria Finocchio Martina M. Gallagher Ellen Silverman Garvin Karen M. George Caroline McCune Gilmore Amy Hazen Tina Marie Kahilainen Barbara Katz Phyllis K. Kokkila Sara-Jean Zaslow Levin Sara Morrow Roxanne Randolph-Allen Alberta Scott April Thorpe Beverly Verdier

Audrey N. Roy Ann Brill White

Class of 1981

Class of 1984

Dorothy Boyles Beckwith   Karen Burnstine Kathy Reuss Carrus Christine Casey Lori Baldi Chamberlin  Denise Cox Ruth Cramer Cynthia Carmody Creswick Nathalie Cross Michelle Dameshek Beverly W. Doolan Maria L. Gonzales Marlene Hilliard Peggy J. Jamison Jean A. Kramarik Priscilla McCrady   Susan Moore Shirley M. Na’ Um-EL Elaine Stover Perino Bonnie Westbrook VanKirk  Alison Lee Wolfson Martha Lou Wood

Jean S. Adams Barbara Atkins Kristen Edsall Bell Annette Calgaro   Phyllis Campbell   Gail Ruszczyk Emery   Pamela Lee George Nancy Jane Hornicek Andrea Slingluff Johnston Bobbie Lucchino Cecelia Miller Linda S. Monville Arva Orlando Mia Ruppert Kim Schuenke Glenda H. Williams

Mary Jo Bradley Kelly Ann Carper Karen DelSole Joyce W. Fako Cheryl Giles Susan Kelly Pamela Sue Kiliany Eileen Landay Hilari B. Lipton Mary Frances Pugliese-Cobb Nadene Sales Lisa M. Savegnago  Elizabeth K. Sommer

13% Participation Alumnae Fund: $24,115

Class of 1982

16% Participation Alumnae Fund: $7,161 Alice Ann Adams Alvira H. Bassett Louise Glick Bastacky Gwendolyn L. Bowick Nicolette Canterna Patricia Coble Adrienne Dickos Maureen P. DiFeo Victoria Fisher Carlene E. Garrity Abbie Rebecca Goodman Audrey Hillman Hilliard   Gertrude Hoover Joanne Laipson   Anne Muller Susan H. Peirce Alice D. Reinhard Rayma Heywood Weaver  Jeanne Weinzierl

Class of 1983

19% Participation Alumnae Fund: $5,271 Leslie Beres-Sochka   Rita A. Capezzi M. Diane Charles

13% Participation Alumnae Fund: $8,495

Class of 1985

10% Participation Alumnae Fund: $2,054 Nancy M. Armstrong Maria J. Buttaccio Doris Clark Blythe Davis Debra A. LeBlanc Christine Mansour Carolyn Massaro Mary R. Moreland Maureen A. Piraino Lisa A. Saxton Lisa Tallant Theresa Freitas Wilson

Class of 1986

3% Participation Alumnae Fund: $1,924 Diana S. Blair-Monkman Mary Beth Scholle Downey Jacqueline Marie Stoken  

Class of 1987

13% Participation Alumnae Fund: $3,560 Anonymous Victoria N. Charlton Sharon N. Cowden Beth K. Dougherty Susan Fiordeliso Candace Dawn Jordan Pamela L. Leyden Ellen Maye Susan Jenny O’Dee

Class of 1988

11% Participation Alumnae Fund: $2,045 Jean Sickle Adams Dawn Olson Dietsch Doris Jean Eversmeyer  Anne Aisha Forrest Donna Kunkel Karen Reeser McAvoy Jacqueline Sardi Susan Roberta Stollings Ellamae Thomas Junko K. Waibel Beatriz Blanco Williams 

Class of 1989

13% Participation Alumnae Fund: $2,700

Class of 1990

12% Participation Alumnae Fund: $2,010 Jodi L. Albert Donna Blyshak   Sharon K. Bonavoglia Janet Buchanan Bernadette Chorle Karen Lyn Compton Judy C. Evans Suzanne Fornof Sheri Langham Emily M. Newport Loryane Seman Jean M. Smolen

Class of 1991

13% Participation Alumnae Fund: $3,180 Carol A. Fris Emma L. Johnson Byas Marie Ann Kickler Kathleen Veronica McClelland Noreen M. McKain Abramovitz Ellen Neuberg Janelle Price-Kelly Laura Lee Rundle Samantha M. Swift   Patricia R. Tarasi Nan Weizenbaum Mary Kathryn Whitney

Class of 1992

15% Participation Alumnae Fund: $1,910 Jill Lorraine Baimel Anne Park Dobrzynski Tamra L. Dolinsky Jennifer Eiben Alison Cory Elder Shelagh McElroy Goulis

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2008-2009 Donor Report Jennifer Kusenko Keth Dawn M. Kulick Christina Ann Patterson Wendy A. Petka Dana L. Rattenbury Amy Raufman Judith G. Sheppard Joyce K. Somers Gerene Konow Starratt

Class of 1993

Danni M. Piccolo Jessica Ruzicka Olivia Catherine Wells Trinity M. Zang

Class of 1999

3% Participation Alumnae Fund: $700 Lisa Hinkelman-Heine Dolores Perry Sarah Frances Weinstein

10% Participation Alumnae Fund: $2,635

Class of 2000

Joann Catanese Crisanti Suzanne G. Ferrari Linda Rieger Kim Kathy J. McCormack Bonnie J. McDonald Levato Myford Christine Ann Neigh Nan R. Norris  Mary L. Solomon Shirley M. Sutherland Leah Thompson M. Lisa Veloz

Lynn Ann Capella Angela M. Dacosta Sara Elizabeth Happel Rebekah E. Heilman Rebekah D. Jenkins Stephanie Fantauzzo Johnson Roxanne L. Miller Gretchen K. G. Underwood Janelle Willow Taylor Amy Beth Weimer Dahl Shannon Lynn Young

10% Participation Alumnae Fund: $700

Class of 2004

Class of 2009

Lisa M. Brown Leanne M. Ganser Eileen R. Kinch Kelly A. Main Sarah A. Mohajery Amy K. Smerick Christina Rachael Thomas

Anonymous ’09 Beatriz Albin-Sweeney Hallie Arena Michanty Battle Jessica Byrd Cathleen Colbert Kassie Collingridge Tillie Eze Rachael Fly-Pingree Christine Frosch Holly Galonis Amy Eileen Gershater Sasha Gonzalez Briana Lynn Jackson Dayle Kendall Catherine Manganaro Elizabeth Manganaro Emily Markham Sarah Mayo Caitlin McCabe Kate McEwan

7% Participation Alumnae Fund: $850.04

Class of 2005

7% Participation Alumnae Fund: $390 Kelly A. Bookmiller Amber Keech Anna R. Krauss Michelle Meighan Alexis C. Palbus Andrea Schnarrs Josselyn F. Shamos Elizabeth A. Woodrow

31% Participation Alumnae Fund: $594

Class of 1994

7% Participation Alumnae Fund: $675

Athletics: Water Polo Selina Breiner ’12 earned Most Valuable Player honor at the Chatham Athletic Appreciation Event. Breiner led the team with 25 goals and played in every quarter of the team’s 13 games.

Amy S. Black Donna E. Cobb-Taylor Jennifer M. Gottschalk Susan Hamilton Kelly M. Lewellen Catherine L. Mosher Jennifer DuVall Robinson

“It is not often you ask someone to take charge of a game and win it, but Selina did just that in a victory against Penn State Behrend. She scored four goals and played extraordinary defense to stop Behrend in our 9-8 victory at the conference tournament.” —Mike Meyers, head water polo coach

Class of 1995

8% Participation Alumnae Fund: $2,950 Ellie K. Bernstein Jennifer L. Black Abolins Laura J. Blaire Amy C. Brown Wendy Burtner-Owens Bonnie Chojnacki Cheri Jackel   Victoria Nelson Suzanne M. Wolinsky

Class of 1996

6% Participation Alumnae Fund: $880 Carolyn Amrhein Beverly H. Brownlee Kathryn Rea DelPizzo Christy Jo Diulus-Barron Allison R. Hrip Jennifer Turnsek

Class of 1997

6% Participation Alumnae Fund: $900 Rebecca Alperin Rebecca Ann Eikey Lenka Goldman Koran M. Gurcak-Bragg Jessica Jean Szalla Amira B. Westenburger

Class of 1998

10% Participation Alumnae Fund: $720 Julie E. Baggs Sarah C. Barr Kristi Noel Burkett Rachel Mary Lenzi Emily Jane Myers-Curley

Class of 2001

6% Participation Alumnae Fund: $830 Michele L. Agosti Rachael L. Bieltz Jill Amber Graham Kristin Niceswanger Lindsey M. Sorensen Stephanie M. Swift-Antill

Class of 2002

9% Participation Alumnae Fund: $1,495 Maria R. Briski Kristin DeLuca Joyce Devlin Laura Glisan Elsa Limbach Allison Marie Martorelli Kelly J. McKown April M. Mills Jana M. Palko Jennifer M. Soltesz Sarah L. Van Dyke

Class of 2003

7% Participation Alumnae Fund: $465 Crystal K. Allen Elizabeth R. Archacki Teuta Doko Patty L. Habdas Katherine Hubbard Eliza N. Johnson Emily K. Liszka Aziza M. Musa

Class of 2006 2% Participation Alumnae Fund: $75 Sharon Larimer Meredith N Weber

Class of 2007

6% Participation Alumnae Fund: $506 Jennifer Grab Patricia Lynn Hredzak Joanne Kurtz Stephanie Morris Karen Proietti Pius Sodipe Christina Valencheck

Class of 2008

9% Participation Alumnae Fund: $1,887 Nadine Banks Johanna Burnett Sulvia Doja Sarah Ford Hallie J. Foster Jennifer Herman Felicia Kieselhorst Kristy Lesnock Carol M. Meese   Molly Mitchell Mary Rae Murphy Alexa New Mary Polley Jennifer Quimby

Maureen McGuirk Mary McMahon Jessica Moran Megan Morrissey Rachel Nard Rachel Newton Casey Pawl Janelle Pivarski Rebecca Pollino Jacqueline L. Regan Kelsey Schwartz Chelsea Skelley Emily Sullivan Jessica Thurston Melissa Tosiano Sarah Urick Kara Voorhees

Class of 2010 2% Participation Alumnae Fund: $15 Christine Gnecco Alexandra Reznik Bianca Ruthven

Class of 2011 1% Participation Alumnae Fund: $5 Tiffany Tupper

Class of 2012 2% Participation Alumnae Fund: $15 Nina Massa Alex Moffatt Amber Phillips

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Graduate Alumni Donors July 1, 2008 - June 30, 2009  = Member of the The 1869 Society     = Increase Terri Bodnar, MBA ’02 Nicole Brandon ’99, MPAS ’02 Stephen Civils, DPT ’03  Ann D. Dennison, DPT ’05  Mary Lou Dietz ’98, MSCP ’03 Cathy Dolhi, OTD ’07  Patricia A. Downey, DPT ’08  Sonja Ford-Gore, MHEd ’08  Shelagh McElroy Goulis ’92, MSCP ’02 Gail Gratton, MBA ’03

Christopher Dean Hart, MPAS ’06  Janet K. James ’70, MLA ’03  Stephanie Fantauzzo Johnson ’00, MOT ’02 Tina Marie Kahilainen ’83, MBA ’03  Max A. Keefer, MAT ’04  Amanda A. Kennedy, MPW ’06   Carey N. Knapp ’01, MBA ’06    Joanne Kurtz, BSN ’07, MSN ’08 Kerri L. LaCharite, MPW ’08 

Stefanie A. Logue, MOT ’05, OTD ’07  Tiffany J. Lorance ’02, MAT ’05  Deborah L. Mancino, MAT ’03 April M. Mills ’02, MBA ’03  Dolores Perry ’99, MSEd ’08  Lori J. Rollin ’01, MPAS ’03  Albert Rundio, DNP ’08  Joseph S. Sanfilippo, MBA ’01 Lindsay Sanislow, MPW ’07 

Penny J. Schnarrs, MBA ’09  Krista Terpack, MBA ’09  Christina Rachael Thomas ’04, MBA ’05  Judith A. Traister, DPT ’06 Johanna Rossi Wagner, MFACW ’06 Margaret Lehr Whitford, MFACW ’07   Jennifer Iezzi Whitman, MPAS ’99 Esther Martha Winikoff ’98, MAT ’01 Charles Raymond Wolfe III, DPT ’05

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Chatham Volunteers Admissions Scholarship Interview Volunteers Jean Adams ’88 Maryanne Barnes ’54 Diane Berman ’71 Lisa Brown ’04 Amanda McKendree Cascioto ’01 Bonnie Chojnacki ’95 Elizabeth Claytor ’67 Blythe Burgan Davis ’85 Sandi DiMola ’75 Kathleen A. Ferraro ’72 Sarah Ford ’08 Hallie Foster ’08 Lynn Frederick ’90 Katie Freeman ’05 Susan Garland George ’75 Kalley Haslego-Hilton ’06 Susan James ’78 Ida Joiner ’85 Nicole Joyner ’08 Mary Kostalos ’67 Kerri LaCharite Melissa Lawrie ’04 William E. Lenz Joseph MacNeil Asia Mitchell ’08 Anne Garber Muhl ’81 Marian Neilson ’03 Amanda Palbus ’04 Joanne E. Peterson ’86 Marian Peterson ’03 Amanda Pierce ’07 NaSheena Porter Elisabeth Roark Jennifer Duvall Robinson ’94 Amanda Santmyer ’08 Anne Skleder Linda Stewart ’86 Roberta Stewart ’53 Megan Sutton ’08 Bonnie VanKirk ’81 Larry Viehland Tara Viti ’05 Kelly Weixel Susan Sponzilli Zimecki ’70

Rachel Carson Book Award Luncheon Patrice Claire Baker ’66 Lynn Stewart Brown’ 69 Margery Ann Clark-Kevan ’80 Elizabeth Claytor ’67 Carol A. Fris ’91 Jo Ann Mitchell ’67

Alumni Relations Alumnae Association Board Officers Gretchen E. Hart ’62, President Leslie Beres-Sochka ’83, Vice President Caroline McCune Gilmore ’83, Secretary Kimberly Anne Francis ’80, Immediate Past President Nominating Committee Terri Bodnar, MBA’02 Kristin DeLuca ’02 Evelyn Lewis Freeman ’70 Janet Necessary ’75 Bridget McNamee ’02

Members-at-Large Margaret Ann Brown ’62 Lynn Capella ’00 Gail Ruszczyk Emery ’84 Sonja Ford-Gore MHEd ’08 Carol A. Fris ’91 Debra A. LeBlanc ’85 Pamela L. Leyden ’87 Emily M. Newport ’90 Maureen A. Piraino ’85 Andrea Schnarrs ’05 Christina Thomas ’04 Diane Watkins ’00 Meredith Weber ’06 Jennifer Iezzi Whitman MPAS ’99 Alumni Trustees Annette Calgaro ’84 Jane Grisell Murphy ’68 Joseph S. Sanfilippo, MBA ’01

Class Secretaries Michele L. Agosti ’01 Rebecca Alperin ’97 Sharon K. Alt ’72 Nancy Hofsoos Armstrong ’53 Kathleen Ayers ’80 Patrice Claire Baker ’66 Bette Balk ’60 Robinette Beavers ’83 Kelly A. Bookmiller ’05 Heidi Bros ’86 Lynn Stewart Brown ’69 Mary Ann Brown ’48 Nancy Bunce ’57 Cynthia R. Bunton ’74 Annette Calgaro ’84 Peg Chatham ’80 Elizabeth Claytor ’67 Georgetta Churan ’62 Elizabeth Dann ’56 Harriet Daye ’49 Marcia Deem ’62 Kathleen Angela DiPietro ’95 Kathryn M. Elder ’60 Bethany Lynn Fenyus ’99 Mary McConnell Ferry ’64 Lynn Ann Fisher-Lantz ’77 Jacqueline Emery Flynn ’69 Suzanne Fornof ’90 Lucy Gray Gilligan ’60 Mary Ann Goodrum ’57 Patty L. Habdas ’03 Sara Elizabeth Happel ’00 Elizabeth D. Herzberg ’50 Betty Hirsch ’52 Mary Hourigan ’67 Mary Krein Howarth ’65 Jasmine R. Hunter ’01 Leah Garzarelli ’99 Joan Mahoney ’60 Erin L. Leccia ’98 Susan Childs Matheson ’61 Winifred P. McDowell ’60 Ruth McFarland ’44 Christina Bindu Mars ’00 Amanda G. McKendree Cascioto ’01 Judith McNeirney ’61 Elizabeth Rose Thayer Means ’83 Sarah M. Mendak ’03 Lori L. Meyers ’93

PACE Center (Programs for Academic Success, Career Development, and Employment for Students) Employees Chatham University’s PACE Center, comprising the programs of Academic Success, Career Development, and Employment for Students, is located on the third floor of the Jennie King Mellon Library. PACE offers students a comprehensive approach to academic and career planning as well as an academic support network designed to maximize each student’s academic success at the University. At Chatham, the process of career development is integrated into all facets of the university experience. Students receive guidance in customizing a career preparation strategy including internships, attendance at career development events, graduate school planning, and professional mentoring and networking opportunities.

Dolores Adamson Moore ’66 Meigan L. Murdock ’03 Peggy Burgette Newman ’58 Emily M. Newport ’90 Kristin Niceswanger ’01 Ellen S. Owens ’60 Nancy Raup Palmer ’44 Diane Phillips ’77 Amanda Pierce ’07 Frances K. Pizza ’61 Eugenia Righter ’54 Suzanne Robblee ’72 Elizabeth P. Ruddiman ’77 Claire K. Runger ’55 Elizabeth Runyan ’57 Stephanie J. Sampson ’02 Lisa M. Savegnago ’89 Margaret Cooke Skidmore ’60 Elaine Frank Sloan ’59 Amy K. Smerick ’04 Deborah Somers ’59 Carrie Swing ’79 Sarah Louise Tullai ’55 Michele D. Turner ’02 Gail Verlin ’63 Christine Walker ’71 Ann E. Wall ’70 Sue Warner ’63 Amira B. Westenburger ’97 Rose-Louise Weyhmann ’56 Barbara E. Wilhelm ’73 Margaret Wilson ’65 Alison Lee Wolfson ’81 Anne Wright ’60 Shelly I. Zirkes ’68

Pittsburgh Planning Committee Terri Bodnar MBA ’02 Annette Calgaro ’84 Lynn Capella ’00 Marcia Clark ’86 Sally Davoren ’72 Kathleen A. Ferraro ’72 Kimberly Anne Francis ’80 Caroline McCune Gilmore ’83

Gretchen E. Hart ’62 Linda Karen Harger ’74 Kalley Haslego-Hilton ’06 Cordelia Suran Jacobs ’60 Phyllis K. Kokkila ’83 Holly McCalmon ’91 Priscilla J. McCrady ’81 Bridget McNamee ’02 Danni M. Piccolo ’98 Dana L. Rattenbury ’92 Susan Salyards ’85 Cathie Schmidt MBA ’03 Bonnie Westbrook VanKirk ’81

Chatham Recorder Contributors Cathleen Colbert ’08 Kristin DeLuca ’02 Jane Alexander Givens ’63 Gretchen E. Hart ’62 Ida Leigh Levine ’74 Heather McNaugher ’95 Penny J. Schnarrs, MBA ’09 Jane E. Zachary ’79

Reunion Crystal Allen ’03 Nancy Hofsoos Armstrong ’53 Virginia Long Carlson ’48 Andrea Del Favero ’98 Alexa New ’08 Judy Launer Palkovitz ’63 Danni M. Piccolo ’98 Mary B. Templeton ’68

Senior Dinner Volunteers Leslie Beres-Sochka ’83 Terri Bodnar MBA ’02 Margaret Ann Brown ’62 Lynn Capella ’00 Kristin DeLuca ’02 Sandi DiMola ’75 Gail Ruszczyk Emery ’84 Kathleen A. Ferraro ’72 Sonja Ford-Gore, MHEd. ’08 Kimberly Anne Francis ’80 Evelyn Lewis Freeman ’70

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Chatham Volunteers continued Carol A. Fris ’91 Caroline McCune Gilmore ’83 Gretchen E. Hart ’62 Debra A. LeBlanc ’85 Janet Necessary ’75 Emily M. Newport ’90 Meredith Weber ’06 Diane Watkins ’00 Jennifer Iezzi Whitman, MPAS ’99

Career Development Alumni Career Panelists 2009 Elizabeth Claytor ’67 Christa Close ’07 Sheila Confer ’94 Gretchen E. Hart ’62 Katherine Jones ’04 JoAnn Kline ’92 Carey N. Knapp ’01, MBA ’06 Debra LeBlanc ’85 Amy E. Loveridge ’03 Marian Neilson ’03 Nina Padolf ’04 Joanne E. Peterson ’86 Stacy Riscoe ’85 Christine Posti Tice ’87 Barbara Brown Virany ’92

Development 2008-2009 Annual Fund Leadership Committee Pamela J. Bradley ’70 Lynn Stewart Brown ’69 Martha Haase Carson ’62 Lynette D. Charity ’74 Suzanne Fritch Clewell ’64 Heidi B. Fenton ’80 Cordelia Suran Jacobs ’60 Marianne Byrn Kipper ’61 Christine Hall McClure ’73 Jane Grisell Murphy ’68 Dorothea D. Newport ’70 Virginia Lefurgy Tubbs ’47 Nancy Follett Waichler ’55

Class Agents Crystal K. Allen ’03 Bette Balk ’60 Lynn Stewart Brown ’69 Marianne Boggs Campbell ’48 Lynette D. Charity ’74 Tamra L. Dolinsky ’92 Kathryn M. Elder ’60 Evelyn Lewis Freeman ’70 Lucy Gray Gilligan ’60

Koran M. Gurcak-Bragg ’97 Clara Miklos Hoon ’49 ∞ Felicia Kieselhorst ’08 Sarah Tommasino Knieser ’89 Joan Mahoney ’60 Jean McGowan Marshall ’41 Winifred P. McDowell ’60 Alexa New ’08 Ellen S. Owens ’60 Marlene E. Shettel ’51 Margaret Cooke Skidmore ’60 Rebekah D. Jenkins ’00 Anne Wright ’60 Shelly I. Zirkes ’68

2009 Senior Class Gift Steering Committee

Leadership Briefing Events

Family and Friends Association

Cynthia R. Bunton ’74 Karen Lake Buttrey ’67 Kevin A. Cartwright ’72 Suzanne Callas Francis ’66 Lena Genello Goldberg ’71 Diana & Peter Jannetta Priscilla J. McCrady ’81 & W. Duff McCrady Sydney Pool Scarborough ’72 L. Gaye Torrance ’77 Nancy Follett Waichler ’55

Sarah Antonich Michanty Battle Jessica Byrd Elizabeth Cochran Anne DeFazio Tillie Eze Miranda Gray Mary McMahon Jessica Moran Anastasia Rygle Cheryl Sedlock Melissa Tosiano

John Cantine Judi Galardi Patrick O’Malia Rose Pinkerton

Office of International Programs Lilly Abreu Pedro Bretz Flavio Chamis Schuyler Foerster Carla Leininger David Murdoch Ambassador Dan Simpson

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Ways to Give There are many ways to make a gift and depending on the asset given and the gift arrangement selected, a donor can generally expect to obtain some or all of the following benefits: n Fulfill philanthropic goals n Reduce income tax n Avoid capital-gains tax on gifts of long-term appreciated property n Retain a stream of payments for life for the donor and/or other beneficiaries (in the case of a gift annuity) n Increase spendable income n Possibly eliminate a portion of your federal estate tax

Outright Gifts Outright gifts are immediate contributions to the University and often include cash, securities and real estate. 1. Cash Gifts: A gift of cash is available for immediate use by the University. Please send a check or money order payable to Chatham University to: Chatham University, Office of University Advancement, Beatty House, Woodland Road, Pittsburgh, PA 15232. 2. Credit card gifts: One of the easiest and most flexible ways to make a gift to the University is with a credit card. Chatham University accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. You can make an online gift through our secure online gift form. Or, if you prefer, print our credit card form and fax it to 412-365-1610. You may also call our toll free and confidential GiftLine at 1-866-PCW-CHAT to make a credit card gift. Please be sure to identify the project or program to benefit from your gift. 3. Pledge your support: Pledges to the Annual Fund are due by June 30th of the current fiscal year. Pledge periods for capital and special projects vary. 4. Marketable securities: Gifts of appreciated long-term securities, including stocks, bonds and mutual fund shares, may generate very favorable tax benefits for the donor. At the time the gift is made, the donor may receive a tax deduction for the fair market value of such securities if owned for more than 12 months. To make a gift of securities, please use one of the three methods listed below or contact Gary A. McKillop, director of advancement information systems, at 412-365-2731.

Electronic Transfer The easiest method of transferring securities electronically is via DTC (Depository Trust Company) into Chatham University’s account with Parker Hunter. n Please instruct your broker/agent to transfer securities to: Parker/Hunter DTC # 0493 Account # 2014-7404 FBO Chatham University Attention: Cindy Pastin 412-562-7935 n Instruct your broker/agent to send a letter to the Office of University Advancement (address below) confirming the transfer, indicating the your name and address, security description, quantity, purpose or designation of gift.

Transfer of Physically Held Securities

5. Gifts of Tangible Personal Property/In Kind Gifts: Gifts-in-kind are non-cash gifts of tangible property. If the use of the contributed property is related to the exempt purposes of the charitable organization (e.g., a painting to a museum), the donor is entitled to a charitable deduction for the full fair market value of the property -- subject to the 30% ceiling and carryover. If the use of the gifted property is unrelated to the purposes of Chatham University, the donor is entitled to a deduction only for the donor’s basis in the property. Please contact Samantha Swift, assistant vice president for university advancement, at 412-365-1652 for more information on tangible personal property/inkind gifts. 6. Donate Frequent Flyer Miles: If you have been looking for that special way to help Chatham University and have been watching your frequent flyer miles add up, here’s your chance to put them good use. Donating your accrued frequent flyer miles could help students, staff, faculty, or volunteers travel to help fulfill the mission of the University.

Bank Miles for Chatham Notify the University when you’re ready to make your gift and then do one or both of the actions below depending on your airline: n Assign a pin number to a determined number of frequent flyer miles that the University could use at their discretion at participating airlines. n Order a ticket in the persons name determined by Chatham. ** Please note that these donations are subject to the limitations and regulations of the individual airlines.To make this donation and/or to get further details, please contact Gary McKillop at mckillop@chatham.edu or by phone at 412-365-2731. 7. Corporate Matching Gifts: Many companies will match contributions made by employees to their colleges or universities. Typically, it’s a dollar-for-dollar match, but some companies offer a two-for-one match...sometimes even three-for-one! Not sure if your company matches? Visit http://alum.chatham.edu/giving/annual.cfm and enter your company into their search engine to see if you can double or triple the impact of your contribution to Chatham University. And, as a donor, you will be recognized for the total amount of the gift. Once you’ve verified that your company will match your gift, please check with your Human Resources office to obtain a matching gift form, fill out the top portion, and mail it to Chatham University along with your gift. We will then verify receipt of your gift and send it to your company for processing. If you need any additional help, please call Gary McKillop at 412-365-2731 or send an e-mail request to matchinggifts@ chatham.edu. We encourage you to take advantage of this great employee benefit.

Planned Gifts A planned gift allows a donor to make a gift to the University through a bequest, an annuity or a trust. A planned gift makes the most of your assets in ways that can benefit you, your loved ones, and Chatham—leaving a legacy that you know will make a difference for many generations to come. The University offers many types of planned gifts. Learn more about here or by contacting Samantha Swift, assistant vice president for university advancement, at 412-365-1652.

For donors who wish to have shares transferred to Chatham University: n Send a letter accompanying the securities identifying the security, quantity and designation via registered mail to Chatham at the address below. Security certificates should not be executed

There are many funding opportunities at Chatham. You can support capital priorities and special projects, scholarships, or Annual Giving.

n Complete a stock/bond power and mail under separate cover to the Chatham address below. The power must be executed (signed) identically to the registered security.

n Annual Fund: annualgiving@chatham.edu

n Fill in “Chatham University” in the “sell/assign/transfer” section.

n General: giving@chatham.edu

Do you have a question about how to make a gift to Chatham? n Planned Giving: plannedgiving@chatham.edu

n Please do not fill in the “Attorney to transfer” section. Chatham University Office of University Advancement Attn: Gary McKillop Woodland Road Pittsburgh, PA 15232

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Chatham University

Office of University Advancement

Office of University Advancement

Sheila K. Gorgonio, Vice President for University Advancement. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1258

Beatty House

Development

Woodland Road Pittsburgh, PA 15232

sgorgonio@chatham.edu

Samantha M. Swift ’91, Assistant Vice President for University Advancement. . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1652

swift@chatham.edu

Alisa Braho, Director of Prospect Research. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1651

abraho@chatham.edu

Erin Ramsay Bryer, Director of Annual Giving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1262

ebryer@chatham.edu

Kate Freed, Director of Foundation and Corporate Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1837

kfreed@chatham.edu

Felisha Guy, Executive Secretary. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1516

fguy@chatham.edu

Richard Kepple, Director of Advancement Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-2996

rkepple@chatham.edu

Gary McKillop, Director of Advancement Information Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-2731

mckillop@chatham.edu

Linda Postol, Database Specialist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1673

lpostol@chatham.edu

Nicole Wolford, Assistant Director of Annual Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-2734

nwolford@chatham.edu

Alumni Relations Tina Tuminella, Director of Alumni Relations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1255

ttuminella@chatham.edu

Joyce Peterson, Assistant Director of Alumni Relations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .412-365-1517

jpeterson@chatham.edu

Office of University Communications Paul A. Kovach, Vice President for Public & Community Relations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1140

pkovach@chatham.edu

Amanda A. Kennedy MPW ’06, Senior Public Relations Specialist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1125

akennedy@chatham.edu

Krista Terpack, MBA ’09, Senior Graphic Designer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412-365-1144

kterpack@chatham.edu

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