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The Church Farm School

The Year of the Griffin

Annual Report 2011 - 2012


From the Head of School Dear Friends, The Year of the Griffin was significant and momentous. A year of industrious, meaningful and successful endeavors in the classroom, on the athletic field, in the cottages, chapel, and through community service was capped off by exciting graduation day exercises held for the Class of 2012 on June 2. Various reports within these pages will speak of a school vibrantly living into its historic mission and seeking new forms within which our program and the people it Head of School Ned Sherrill with serves will thrive for years to come. his wife Lizette and their dogs Cetti and Griffin

We started the past year with the dedication of a bronze Griffin statue that now handsomely adorns the foot of Chapel Lane. The strength and majesty of this new symbol, one rising out of the experiences of a current generation of boys and their approach to the world, literally seems to defend and promote the very purpose of CFS that is also so stately and iconically represented by the Chapel on the hill above. Yet, as much as these two symbols give expression to things we want all who gather here to pursue and embody, it is the people who have learned to incorporate those values in their own faithful living that create the difference between ideas that slip away and those that take hold. Thank you for helping make ours endure. There are so many people to thank, but let me single out one here, since I am writing about the Year of the Griffin. J. Tyler Griffin believed in the vision of CFS. A former director and board chair, Ty did not simply make that belief a matter of prayerful reflection. He sought to bring a good idea to life and devoted significant energy, time, talent and treasure to see that happen. Marvelous! He is to us a true Griffin in every sense of the word his name and life embodies. We also celebrated his life and its example in a simple, elegant September ceremony, and you will read more about that in these pages, but I make mention of it here since the year was so well supported by that same spirit he held for CFS and one which so many others have, in their way, picked up and carried with him. No vision, mission or plan comes to fruition without the conviction and support of people who care. Simply put, we are here because you have decided to partner with us helping make the idea of Church Farm School a living reality. The boys we serve continue to flourish within these walls and beyond. Our alumni body testifies to that great gift of a CFS education. Do take some time to take in what we want to share with you in this report and celebrate with us the good work we are doing together. With sincere and abiding gratitude,

The Reverend Edmund K. Sherrill II Head of School

Cover Photo: 2011-2012 Griffin Scholars: First row (from left) Adam Centeno, Raekwaun Watson, Ced Moise; Second row (from left) Chris Arbogast, Omar Vicente, Doolun Anyam, Elijah Hernandez, Marcus Pereira, Kemarni Munroe, and Rock Ward; Back row (from left) Howard Sellars, Tyler Ofray, and Nuri James. Photograph by Marcia Carnes.


From the Chairman of the Board Dear Friends of CFS,

CFS Board of Directors 2011 – 2012 Mark T. Carroll P’00 & ’01, Chairman and President Stephen A. Loney ’97, Secretary Richard H. Gherst II, Treasurer The Rev. Edmund K. Sherrill II, Head of School Rt. Rev. Charles Bennison, Jr. Samuel H. Ballam III Matthew J. Burns P’10 Gregory W. Coleman Samuel B. Cupp, Jr. P’02 Stephen Darby Kermit S. Eck, Esq. Sally N. Graham John Pickering, Esq. Robert G. Rogers, Jr. Cannie C. Shafer James Tate ’52 Jacques Vauclain

Honorary Members Charles A. Ernst Morris C. Kellett Gibbs Lamotte William H. Molloie ’82 Erwin P. Roeser ’41 Jesse D. Saunders E. Newbold Smith Christopher H. Washburn

This past August my wife and I had the pleasure of visiting the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. It was a beautiful, clear day, and the freshman class of “zoomies,” who had been on campus for some weeks, was marching in noon formation to the mess hall for lunch. The sight of these dedicated, hardworking young people taking up the physical and intellectual challenge Mark Carroll and his wife Joanne of a great service academy certainly toured the Air Force Academy in filled us with pride. That sight also Colorado Springs during a westgot me to thinking—with pride as ern visit made this summer. In the background is the iconic Air well—about the achievements of the Force Cadet Chapel. young men who leave our CFS community upon graduation, and the challenges that they embrace. Church Farm School is a college preparatory school. Our mission is making students ready for the rigors of higher education. And in this we succeed quite well—most members of the 2011 and 2012 classes went on to college. But equally important is another goal—not “just” to see our students go on to college, but to give our young men from disadvantaged backgrounds the leg up they need to go on to the best college to which their talents entitle them. In this we also succeed quite well. In recent years, we have seen one of our graduates, who came from a program for “at-risk” students, go on to MIT. Another, from very straitened economic circumstances, is now at Cornell. Swarthmore’s 2010 Class Speaker was one of our graduates. These young men, and their dozens of graduating classmates over the last few years, have been able to attend the colleges and universities of their choice because they worked hard—and because they had the opportunity to go to Church Farm School. And who gave them that opportunity? Many people did—their families and friends, to be sure. But you did as well. If you are reading this report, it is most likely that you are a supporter of the CFS mission. Your generosity, particularly as a donor to our Annual Fund campaign, leads directly to disadvantaged young men “of ability and promise” getting the higher education that will fulfill their lives and the lives of those around them. I ask you to continue to be generous with your support, and to continue to take pride in our graduates. Sincerely yours,

Mark T. Carroll P ’00 & ’01 Chairman

The Church Farm School Mission Statement The Church Farm School prepares a diverse group of boys with academic ability and good character to lead productive and fulfilling lives by making a college preparatory education financially accessible.


The Year in Review Independent School Faculty Examines How Better To Model Ethical Values To Students and To Each Other Educators at Church Farm School pledge to consistently apply shared ethical values in own lives and toward colleagues This article was reprinted with the permission of The Ethical Leadership Institute. THURSDAY APRIL 12, 2012 ROCKPORT, Maine – Faculty members at The School at Church Farm (CFS) came together last month to examine how they could more consistently model their ethical values to students and to each other to build a culture of integrity at the Pennsylvania school. CFS is in the midst of a concerted, three-year effort to instill an ethical culture in its diverse community, using the principles and ethical decision-making processes espoused by the Institute for Global Ethics (IGE). Located in Exton, near Philadelphia, CFS is a boarding and day school for 190 boys, grades 7 through 12. Members of the student body come from across the U.S. and several foreign countries. Don Proffit, IGE’s Ethical Literacy® coach who helps guide the school in the ethical decision-making process, said the dialogue session was prompted by faculty members’ concerns that, “as they continued to uncover the layers in the culture of the school, they began to realize that it was important also to uncover and understand discrepancies, perceived or real, in consistently upholding the shared core values of the school as a faculty.” Proffit points out that the school is right on track. “They’re asking the right questions about their culture and values, especially how they can communicate ethics with a fearlessness or moral courage to each other with open and honest feedback, while looking for ways to help and counsel each other.” The full-faculty session is part of the IGE on-going ethics initiative at CFS spearheaded on site by Doug Magee, faculty member and

ethics team leader. The session was led by Mr. Proffit using ‘The World Café’ methodology, originated by the World Café Community Foundation, for engaging people in conversations that matter. “The process definitely helped us to sharpen our common purpose as educators,” remarked Magee.

The Rev. Edmund K. Sherrill II (far right), welcomed representatives of the Institute for Global Ethics to CFS in December. They are (from left) Don Profitt, Institute for Global Ethics Ethical Literacy Coach; Paula Mirk, Institute for Global Ethics Director of Education; Peter Hamilton, former CFS Trustee; and Susan Johnson, Institute for Global Ethics Development Director.

According to CFS Head of School, The Rev. Edmund K. Sherrill, “The professional and personal engagement at the meeting in discussing our goals and the character by which we wish to achieve these is indispensable in the modern educational era. All of us are busy trying to accomplish noble things, and sometimes we lose sight of the forest for the trees, yet I believe we left the meeting with a renewed sense of purpose and collegiality we have not felt in a long time.”

Our Shared Values: Remarks at Wednesday Chapel By Douglas Magee Director, CFS Ethical Leadership Program

King David writes in a psalm, “How good and pleasant it is to live with your brothers in unity.” As I survey the members of The Church Farm School community, we are living into King David’s vision. There is no other school quite like CFS. It is a grand experiment in faith that our Founder had a vision to build a community such as this. Students come to CFS from many different walks of life and work out what it truly means to be living in a diverse community in their time here. A couple of years ago we set out on a journey to define the culture of The Church Farm School with the help of a former board member, Peter Hamilton, and the guidance of the Institute for Global Ethics. We posed the question to students, faculty, staff, and parents, “If we were to place a banner over the main door of Greystock with three core values that would define our community, what would those values be?” After many conversations, we identified four core values that we shared as a community. Integrity, Responsibility, Respect, and Brotherhood, would become the shared values that we would commit ourselves to living into as we continue to grow together. I have often spoken with members of our community about the power that exists within our School’s mission. I believe that we represent to those who are living around us a picture of what our world has the potential to be. One might envision placing the banner hanging over the entrance of Greystock on the inside of the building. We recognize that when we leave CFS, we have the opportunity to share the values Integrity, Responsibility, Respect, and Brotherhood with those whom we will encounter throughout life’s journey. The Church Farm School offers a unique context for exploring the meaning of those values in an incredibly diverse community. Our students learn to live well together in unity with their brothers.


The Year in Review Talmadge O’Neill Challenge Surpasses Goals

Parent Annual Giving Grows 45% in 2011-2012

Alumni participation in the Annual Fund exceeds 30%

The commitment of CFS parents cannot be overstated. Some drive hours to attend Parent Association meetings; others work in the student clothes closet making sure there is enough extra clothing to meet all needs; still others prepare special presents and treats for teachers and sell gift cards to purchase special items Bob Brown P’14 and Gertrude Go identified by teachers and P’14 chaired a very successful 2011coaches. Association Presi- 2012 Parents Annual Fund. dent Nadine Sidoriak, Treasurer Heather Myers and Secretary Jackie Sharp spearheaded these activities throughout the 2011-2012 school year.

Talmadge O’Neill ’86

“When Talmadge O’Neill ’86 approached CFS with his stunning $60,000 Alumni Annual Fund challenge one year ago, we were determined to succeed but knew it would take tremendous effort,” reflects Lori McDermott, Director of Alumni Relations. Walt Smith, one of Talmadge’s classmates, agreed to chair the 2011-2012 Alumni Annual Fund Campaign, and the hard work began to fulfill the two-part challenge.

Twelve months later, alumni giving rose from $43,740 to $91,300 and participation more than doubled. More than 20 Class Representatives and members of the Alumni Executive Committee used their phones, computers and face-to-face conversations to contact their classmates who then contacted others. Their efforts have re-involved 150 graduates in the School and have forever transformed alumni giving to Church Farm School. As Head of School Ned Sherrill reflected, “We are deeply grateful to Mr. O’Neill for bringing us into the forefront of independent schools in terms of alumni participation in annual giving which exceeded 30%, up from less than 15% the previous year. An even more important challenge awaits us—to never lose this astounding momentum.”

Additionally, a dedicated cadre helped with annual giving. Parent Annual Giving, along with alumni and external giving, is critical to CFS’s ability to provide student scholarships. Parent commitment is also important to foundations and many key donors and, as a result, parent participation at any level is deeply appreciated. In 2011-2012, parent giving increased substantially thanks to strong leadership and dedicated class representatives. Co-chairs Robert Brown P’14 and Gertrude Go P’14 led an able team including Patti McLaughlin, Maureen Martinez, Sarah Persha, Donna Zarycranski, Shauna Elvin, Ellen Ross, Heather Myers and Jackie Sharp. In addition Ms. Ae Sim Kim chaired the international parents’ efforts from her home in Seoul, Korea.

Portrait Photo of J. Tyler Griffin Presented to CFS Family members of former Board Chair, J. Tyler Griffin, attended a reception last September to honor their father and present the school with a portrait photo of Mr. Griffin to be placed in the board room that bears his name. Wendy Palmer, Peggy Kinstler, and John Griffin, along with faculty, staff, students and other board members in attendance, heard current Board Chairman, Mark Carroll, speak about how much their father “was an integral part of CFS, and that his work was truly exemplary of what is best in a democratic republic like ours that leans on fellow citizens to help cultivate future generations of leaders within and contributors to a greater and common good. Certainly, J. Tyler Griffin was one of these special people.” CFS Board Chairman, Mark Carroll and Head of School Ned Sherrill accepted a portrait photo of former Board Chairman J. Tyler Griffin from Mr. Griffin’s children (from left) John Griffin, Wendy Palmer, and Peggy Kinstler.

Former Board Chair, Sam Ballam, also spoke to the Board’s work under Ty’s leadership. He told how he had been a wonderful and generous mentor to him as well as a generous contributor to the School. Head of School, Ned Sherrill, accepted the portrait on behalf of the school community in gratitude for the over fifty years of service Mr. Griffin so selflessly offered. And everyone who knew him on the board agreed that the newly framed image of Tyler befits the warmth, humor, grace and spirit of one of the School’s true saints. 5


The Year in Review

Academics

The school year is one of continued successes in progressive education.

The 2011-2012 school year was one of continued successes in our progressive education efforts, and an introduction to, and preparation for, the major initiatives to be undertaken in the coming school year. Focusing on faculty professional development, enhancing our Student Advising Program, and developing a new school schedule highlighted our preparatory processes this year and will continue to be our priorities during the 2012-2013 school year. The key to any successful education process is its educators. Therefore, a healthy focus must be placed on the development of teaching faculty, as well as support staff, in providing successful educational outcomes for our students. Professional development for CFS faculty reached an all-time high this year, with faculty members attending internal and external workshops, round-table discussions, student development sessions, college certification courses, and a host of other academic and technology-related learning experiences. These activities resulted in greater student academic development and output; more effective faculty collaboration and teamwork; more effective pedagogy with lesson/course/curriculum planning and delivery; and overall, a more prepared and productive faculty, which increases the success of preparation and program completion for our students. At CFS we consider our Advising Program, and therefore our faculty advisors, to be central to the ongoing direction and development of our students. Advisors are also relied on to provide good communication with parents and guardians. In an effort to be most effective and further secure the overall living and learning experience, while providing appropriate activities for our students, we have begun the restructuring of our Student Advising Program. Faculty have begun exploring and

training in the various roles of an advisor, developing meaningful activities, and working towards generally enhancing the boys’ experience in our community. This year, we also began the process of developing a new school schedule, which involves dialogue, research, and the surveying of stakeholders to derive foundational ideas. In the coming school year we will work with consultants from Independent School Management Consultants, Inc. (ISM) to develop a new school schedule that will be implemented in the 2013-2014 school year. Due to our residential nature, this project will not only restructure the timing of classes and academic offerings, but also affect the overall timing of most movement and activities in our community. Therefore, it is a significantly impacting venture, and one that all of the community’s stakeholders will be involved in. Stay tuned! It was an exciting and very successful year of learning, growth and development for students and adults alike. As we carry forward our developmental experiences from this school year to the next, we look to our entire community – students, faculty, parents, and our external partners, to assist in the ongoing development of these major projects, and making CFS an even more amazing experience for our boys, and those who care for them.

Ken Rodgers Director of Academics

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The Year in Review

Finance

The extraordinary mission of CFS is challenging business! ”A lot of folks think the days of miracles are past. But, as you see, this is not true. All this is God’s handiwork.” — The Rev. Dr. Charles W. Shreiner, Founder - The Church Farm School Imagine a business thriving on annual revenues that barely approach 20% of annual expenses. And, imagine that business thriving for nearly a full century! Welcome to CFS and the miracle of our financial endurance! Only through the generous donation of time and money of many heroes, CFS has been able to support a self-inspired strategy of charging families next to nothing for the opportunity to attain a quality education…turning financial challenges into financial opportunity. Today, more than ever, financial realities challenge us to the core. Disciplined strategies, careful planning, and prudent stewardship will ensure our solid financial future. Some of the more important and effective initiatives accomplished and/or put in place over the past year at CFS include: •  Sharing financial realities - We continue a concerted effort to increase financial transparency and understanding of CFS finance. For the third straight year, we have provided relevant school budget and financial updates and peer school data comparisons to interested community members. We continue to welcome and encourage community participation and questions in all areas of finance. •  Producing solid investment results - Our endowment portfolio reflects incredibly generous donations over many decades and is essential to our future. As measured by one key benchmark for institutional endowments, the NACUBO (National Association of Colleges and University Business Officers) Endowment Study, CFS ranks at the head of the class in regards to short AND long-term investment results! In fact, returns for the CFS endowment rank in the top decile of

NACUBO performers for the past 10 years…including entities with endowments considerably larger than ours. •  Prioritizing safety and security on campus - Never has the safety of our students and staff been a higher priority. Our Safety Committee, comprised of a wide-variety of CFS staff, meets regularly in conjunction with our insurance carrier, its safety engineers and our business insurance group consortium to proactively identify and address risks. Risk management resources, including a soon-to-be-released Emergency Manual, will encourage our “SAFETY FIRST” goals. Proactive risk management efforts have enabled CFS to reduce insurance rates. And, CFS received a safety group dividend over $21,000 as a result of declining claim rates. •  Participation in a local private schools (PAISBOA) consortium  for the purchase of medical and property casualty insurance  contracts, utilities, and equipment/supplies has enabled CFS to obtain very competitive pricing and high levels of service.

Neil Fanelli Director of Finance

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The Year in Review

Athletics

CFS athletic program enjoys a productive and rewarding year. The Church Farm School’s fall, winter and spring athletic programs enjoyed a productive and rewarding year, one that included many team and individual accolades. Fall sports began with Coach Jason Whipple’s soccer team qualifying for Districts as the #6 seed. The Griffins lost a close match to finalist Faith Christian in the quarterfinals. Cross country, coached by Tony Wrice, had a terrific season, improving upon team performance from the previous three seasons. Franky Mills ’12 set our home course record, finished 6th at Districts, and qualified for the State championship—the first CFS distance runner to do so. The golf team, led by History Department Chair Eric Fulmer, won more than half of their matches, led by Alex Kluka ’12 and Prinn Prinyanut ’14. Prinyanut became the first CFS golfer ever to qualify for districts by shooting an 80 at Kennett Country Club. Winter came, and our wrestling team, coached by Art Smith, brought home an astonishing 10 medals from the district championships, highlighted by a first place finish for Ethan Lyons ’12. Our basketball program had another impressive run, winning another district championship, our second in a row. Coach Marc Turner and his team continued to cruise through the state tournament before falling in the quarterfinals. Junior guard Howard Sellars scored his 1,000th career point late in the season. And Tony Wrice’s indoor track and field team took another giant step forward with relay teams placing at the indoor meets. Season highlights were the Sprint Medal Relay and the 4 x 800, with both receiving gold medals against some of the top track and field high school programs in the PIAA! The spring season saw all three programs involved in district competition. Jeff Holton’s tennis team had one of the best seasons in recent memory, with a 9-4 record. Baseball, coached by Andrew Louden, finished with a record of 6-4, qualifying for the district tournament. Track and Field, led by Coach Tony Wrice, took 2nd place in district championship competition, landing many individual awards. Aondofa Anyam ’14 established a new CFS record in the high jump, with a leap of 6’4”, overturning Dozie Mbonu’s ’88 record of 6’3”, which had stood since 1986.

I am incredibly excited as CFS joins the Bicentennial Athletic League (BAL) this fall, and I am hard at work preparing for that transition. Membership in the BAL will align CFS with 14 PIAA schools in District One of similar size and philosophy, and will provide us with more consistent scheduling, better rivalries, and more opportunities for our student-athletes, and CFS, to shine. Those interested in learning more about the BAL can visit its website at www.balsports.com. Much of this summer’s work involved preparations for the BAL, but I am also excited to build upon the CFS Captain’s Program, which was hatched this year. We will work in conjunction with other School entities (student government, cottage prefects, etc.) to be more intentional about developing leadership in our boys. An aesthetic change to our facilities will be the addition of banners to the Gym and Founder’s Pavilion, recognizing our new league peers as well as CFS athletic history. Finally, we were thrilled to induct two new members into the CFS Hall of Athletic Honor during Alumni Weekend. Lamont Williams ’92 was a stellar all-around athlete, winning the independent school state championship in 1992, where he was also named the most outstanding wrestler of the tournament. And John Kistler, who has served CFS in many capacities for the past 32 years, was inducted for his work as coach and administrator. John spent 21 of those years as Director of Athletics, where he built one of the finest coaching staffs in the area and established the values that guide our program today.

Greg Thompson Director of Athletics

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The Year in Review

College Counseling

Class of 2012: College applications and acceptances were most in CFS history Members of the Class of 2012 submitted more college applications than ever before: a total of 406, an average of 11.9 applications per student. Moreover, the seniors received 199 offers of admission, an average of 5.9 per student. While the number of applications and acceptances was ground breaking, some numbers were not as favorable: I don’t ever recall a year when financial aid packages left seniors and their families with such large gaps to fill in meeting the cost of college attendance. Highly qualified international students found it difficult to gain admission to the schools of their choice if they found themselves in the position of needing considerable financial aid in order to attend. Many colleges and universities are able to admit and enroll plenty of very capable international students who don’t require financial assistance, unfortunately leaving those who do on the outside looking in. Despite these challenges, the Class of 2012 boasts some notable success stories. Doolun Anyam received early acceptance to and was fully funded by NCAA Division III Skidmore College (NY), where he will study and continue his basketball career. Dom Alston will attend Lebanon Valley College (PA) where he received a very favorable financial aid package, and Franky Mills will continue to run cross-country and track at Susquehanna University (PA), another NCAA Division III school that was very generous with its financial aid offer. Dontae Johnson has realized his long held dream of attending the selective Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades in Media, PA. Finally, Bobby Sharp will continue his soccer career at Cabrini College in Wayne, and Jaemo Lee was accepted at several highly competitive schools, eventually choosing to attend Brandeis University.

Rich Lunardi Director of College Counseling

Class of 2012 Future Plans - June 2012 Andy Aguilar Dom Alston Will Amoyaw-Anim Doolun Anyam Brandon Armstrong Evan Attipoe Geoffrey Bapteau Hojae Chang John Choi Sam Choi Chris Colliers Jordan Esty David Gathright Jethro Israel Dontae Johnson Alex Kluka Jaemo Lee Julian Lopez Marco Lorenz Ethan Lyons Anthony Mignona Franky Mills Jun Chul Moon Josh Myers Anh Nguyen Matt Pereira Charles Pompei Robin Price Kevin Sharp Bobby Sharp Sumner Siebels Jeremy Soto Nolan Swiderski-Soto David Tahir Dan Yi

Seton Hall University (NJ) Lebanon Valley College (PA) Syracuse University (NY) Skidmore College (NY) Academy of Art University (CA) North Carolina A&T University (NC) SUNY/University of Albany (NY) University of California/San Diego (CA) Rutgers University School of Pharmacy (NJ) University of California/San Diego (CA) Ursinus College (PA) Loyola University (MD) West Chester University (PA) Lafayette College (PA) Williamson Free School of Mechanical Trades (PA) Penn State University/University Park (PA) Brandeis University (MA) SUNY/University of Albany (NY) Bard College (NY) Ithaca College (NY) Chestnut Hill College (PA) Susquehanna University (PA) University of Southern California (CA) Temple University (PA) University of Texas/Dallas (TX) New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJ) St. Mary’s College (MD) Penn State/Berks Campus (PA) Montgomery County Community College (PA) Cabrini College (PA) Millersville University (PA) St. John’s University (NY) Kean University (NJ) Full-time employment Babson College (MA)

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The Year in Review

Student Life

I can honestly say, more than ever before, that “We do this together.”

Community Service Program Energizes Students New Chaplain, Teacher, and Community Service Program Director, The Rev. John Daniels, brought enthusiasm and an entrepreneurial spirit to CFS’s already strong Community Service Program this year. As he worked to strengthen community partnerships and broaden activities, CFS students took part in a variety of excellent projects. Some spent their Saturday mornings at St. James School in North Philadelphia mentoring students and helping with grounds work around this innercity Episcopal School. Others worked regularly at Chenoa Manor, a sanctuary for abused and neglected farm animals, and at Main Line Animal Rescue, a shelter for dogs and cats. Students planted trees in Exton Park on Make a Difference Day and collected food and funds for the Chester County Food Bank. When the Malvern Retreat House staged its art show fundraiser, CFS students helped visiting artists with their exhibits. The boys also grew vegetables to feed the hungry with the St. Paul’s Church community garden and visited patients at the veterans hospital in Coatesville. Finally, students spearheaded CFS’s own 5K Race Against Hunger to raise money for people living in Chad. Looking forward, more than 30 students signed up last year to partner with the Rotary Club of Central Chester County in establishing an Interact chapter at Church Farm School to further expand community service activities.

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Student leadership programs scaled new heights in the Cottage Curriculum this year with boys taking more responsibility for their own governance, their own values and their own recreation. The Ethical Leadership Program, for example, brought students and staff members together to identify shared values and practices, and I believe these meetings have been invaluable to the life of our community. As a result of planning with various leadership constituencies at school, the Prefects will be given more responsibilities, and, simultaneously, their level of training and effectiveness will increase. The boys will become certified in CPR, first aid, conflict resolution and peer mediation—skills all aimed at building community and safety. This year, the Prefects must commit to spending two weekends per month on campus. What have always been positions of honor are being professionalized and enhanced. Other students, team captains, Student Congress leaders, student Ambassadors, and participants in the Big Brother/Little Brother program are all being targeted to better know their roles. The Student Congress, for instance, took complete control of a couple of the School Weekends last year and designed an amazing carnival, resulting in one of the most fun weekends we have ever had. And finally, increased presence of faculty members in the cottages, along with cottage faculty members, in the evenings and over weekends has made a positive difference. Married couples staffed two cottages this year, and two other teachers were assigned to cottages every week to bridge the day and evening programs—all this in addition to other teachers being assigned to cottages on a regular basis as part of their on-duty rotation. Looking back on the past year, I can honestly say, more than ever before, that “We do this together.”

Chuck Watterson Director of Student Life 11


Church Farm Profiles Shirley McKee Shreiner “My life at The Church Farm School couldn’t have been better. It was a wonderful experience, and the years flew by too fast!”

Shirley Shreiner came to The Church Farm School as a bride in 1951 and shared her husband’s work of caring for boys and cultivating friends for nearly the next half-century. Today she is an active and happy mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother, and, though she no longer plays golf, she recently won a croquet championship.

Shirley Shreiner and Charles Wesley Shreiner. Mr. and Mrs. Shreiner lived at The Church Farm School for almost half a century, running the School and caring for the students. For her dedication, love and leadership, she received the Griffin Award for Ambassadorship in May 2012.

Shirley McKee graduated from the Ogontz School, a small, forward thinking preparatory school for girls, in 1945. That Amelia Earhart attended the same school illustrates something of the spirit of Ogontz women. Shirley then went on to Wells College in Aurora, New York where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry. In one of life’s interesting twists, her college roommate was the present Head of School, Ned Sherrill’s, aunt.

Returning to Philadelphia to work in medical research at the University of Pennsylvania, Shirley reconnected with longtime family friend Charles Wesley Shreiner, Jr. Charlie had attended Princeton University, then served in World War ll from 1942-1945, and finished his undergraduate degree at Temple University, where he was a star pitcher on their baseball team. Dr. Shreiner would later receive an honorary doctorate both from Temple and from PMC Colleges (now Widener University). The young couple married, and when Dr. Shreiner chose working with his father at The Church Farm School over playing professional baseball, the bride and groom moved into the rear apartment of the old Admissions Office, a home they called Sunnyacres, as it was surrounded by gardens and farmland. There they began their lifelong work at the School under the leadership of the Colonel. Dr. Shreiner became Headmaster in 1964 following his father’s death, and continued the work of leading the School community until his retirement in 1987. Mrs. Shreiner recalls raising her three children, Terry, Stacey and Alix, at a time when the School was a close-knit community, in many ways more self-contained than it is now. She never returned to the University of Pennsylvania but led a fulfilling life as a wife and mother, and also as the first lady of CFS for 23 years. She joined the former Board of ManMembers of the former Board of Managers reunited to celebrate The Griffin Award with Mrs. agers and still has many friends Shreiner. They are (front row, from left) CFS from this exceptional group, Board Member Sally Graham, Shirley Shreiner, which reached far into the comBrent Roehrs, and Anne Kellett, and (back row, munity to garner support for from left) Sanna Steigerwalt, Margaret Wolcott, CFS. She took pleasure in dressand Louise Stengel. ing the altar for Sunday services every week, teaching etiquette to the students, and joyfully entertained Directors, Managers, donors, faculty, staff and friends at the Headmaster’s residence.

Congratulating Mrs. Shreiner following her receipt of the Griffin Award for Ambassadorship were (from left) CFS Board Member Cannie Shafer and Cackie Rogers.

The Shreiners retired to Cape May, New Jersey, and also spent significant time in Ft. Myers, Florida. In 1998, the couple sold their beloved Cape May home and moved to Dunwoody Village, a retirement home in Newtown Square. Dr. Shreiner died in 2004, fondly remembered for his life of dedication, service and accomplishment. Mrs. Shreiner continues to live at Dunwoody, with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren nearby. She still hears from many of the boys, now men who, in the words of Bill Seymour, former Executive Director of Development, considered her a “second mother.”

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Church Farm Profiles It All Started at CFS... Andrew Carrigan ’87 Award winning writer maintains a passion for new experiences and diverse cultures Andy Carrigan ’87 and his classmates sport the same loud Madras blazer in their formal class picture hanging in Alumni Hall. Visitors still gravitate to that picture, so different from the others, and ask if the boys all wore the same jacket or if each had his own. Beyond the blazer, it’s necessary to use a search engine to find out about Andrew Carrigan as he doesn’t talk much about accomplishments and awards. But look for one of his TV ads and see a stunning video of Captain Morgan executing a high dive and summersault off the plank of a pirate ship. Or find a Super Bowl ad that imagines the return of Budweiser to a parched country at the repeal of Prohibition. There are also spectacular print ads for NIKE and Schwinn. Did it all start at Church Farm School? “CFS is the embodiment of diversity. The School began my lifelong love of learning, working hard, seeking out new experiences and creating stories from those experiences,” says Andy.

Andy Carrigan ’87 (right) on the set of one of his commercials.

Now a successful creative director, writer and producer living in New York City, Andy arrived on the CFS campus as a 7th grader. He quickly got over the shock of independence and the novelty of attending a “school in the middle of a cornfield” with its all-embracing diversity and came to see CFS as a microcosm of the real world. He studied hard and played some sports, while gravitating to creative writing, under the influence of teachers Ray Greenblatt and David Schoettle. Rich Lunardi, then Guidance Department Chair, recommended that Mr. Carrigan look into a small college in Chestertown, Maryland called Washington College, where he majored in American Studies and delved into varied areas including jazz and opera. When he communicated his blossoming writing interest to his former CFS English teacher, Mr. Schoettle drove to Chestertown to talk to him about what it means to be a writer! And a writer he did become, but not before embracing a range of experiences. The summer following college graduation, he purchased a journal to record his experiences, boarded a Greyhound bus for Wyoming, and took a job collecting trash and ashes on a dude ranch. Later, in Baltimore, he worked at a succession of odd jobs, all the while creating a portfolio of his work. Wanting a career in advertising led Andy to The Portfolio Center in Atlanta, the dean of advertising schools, where he met his future wife Amee. Graduating near the top his class, he began a string of jobs with small, highly respected advertising agencies. Later, working in Miami, he and Amee (an Art Director) helped launch an advertising campaign for the US debut of the MINI Cooper. Moving to New York City in 2002, Andy worked for a succession of agencies, and is currently with Anomaly NY. He has written sketch promos for the MTV Movie Awards and created campaigns for top athletes and celebrities, including Michael Jordan, Carmelo Anthony, Sarah Silverman, Britney Spears, and Russell Brand. In 2008 he directed the much-lauded 1-Second Super Bowl campaign for Miller High Life, which won a Silver Film Lion at the Cannes Advertising Festival and was featured on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Andy’s passion for telling stories and his willingness to take chances have spurred him in many directions. Interested in entertainment, he has written screenplays and recently produced a documentary short film about a community of real bearded Santa Claus’s living in Florida. He visits India every year with his wife and two daughters (the “apples of his eye”) and is developing a pilot for a drama series in Mumbai. To view Andy’s Captain Morgan commercial, scan the QR code

But, harking back to his CFS days, Andy concludes, “I continue to find inspiration and thrive in situations where I interact in different cultures. I am grateful that Church Farm School made me comfortable with diversity so many years ago.”

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The Year of the Griffin From the Chairman of the Development Committee Dear Friends,

Stephen Darby Chairman CFS Development Committee

On behalf of the Development Committee, I want to express our gratitude for your generous and tangible contribution to advancing the School’s mission. Your partnership with CFS really makes a difference, and the students are inspired by this extended family of supporters and cheerleaders that have invested in their future success.

Your financial support helps us equip young men to become leaders and influence their world. I invite you to consider the impact of your CFS investment in three strategic areas: youth, education and underserved communities.

•  Youth: CFS enjoys a unique opportunity and privilege to recognize, nurture and encourage young talent. It is exciting to admit each cohort of boys brimming with potential, make our best effort to educate, mentor and raise them, and share in their families’ special pride at graduation as we send off young men who are inspired to soar high in life and enter the world in pursuit of their dreams. •  Education: A CFS education is challenging and rigorous, but it is not just about lessons in textbooks. We form a support system

for our students to excel in life as influential leaders and active citizens. The students learn that their education does not end here, but that it is a lifelong process. •  Underserved Communities: We remain steadfastly committed to making this remarkable experience affordable and to boys and their families who could otherwise not hope to have access. Your generous and regular financial assistance is essential and greatly appreciated. I hope the stories, news and events contained in this year’s report engage you in an insider’s look at the deserving boys who are inspired to dream big and accomplish great things. Your financial support makes it possible for us to offer our students the resources and direction they need and deserve to achieve great things and become productive citizens. We thank you,

Steve Darby Chairman CFS Development Committee

2011 - 2012 Charitable Support Charitable contributions to The Church Farm School bridge the gap between operating income and expenses and fund the School’s mission of providing generous scholarships to students with limited means—deserving boys who would not otherwise have strong educational opportunities. As a result of the generosity of Board Members, alumni, parents and friends, 2011-2012 Annual Fund giving increased by more than 11% to $382,278.52. Current/Former Faculty - 2.9%

Restricted 1.5%

Foundations - 4.8%

Major Gifts 9.4%

Other Organizations - 5.3% Friends - 28.7%

Special Events 11.8%

Board of Directors - 9.2% Students/Parents/   Past Parents - 9.6%

Bequests & Estates 26.1% Alumni - 23.2% Annual Campaign 51.2%

Total Gifts 2011-2012

Trusts - 16.3%

Annual Fund Gifts 2011-2012

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The Year of the Griffin 2011 - 2012 Endowment The CFS endowment is vital to the School’s founding mission and business model. It is designed and managed to generate revenues to support operations and scholarships. The Board and administration continue to be prudent stewards of the fund. Careful management of this diversified portfolio over the long term has delivered an average annualized rate of return of 9.3% during the last 17 years. In 2011-2012, the endowment funded 69.2% of the School’s operating expenses. This represents a 5.9% draw against the fund’s 12-quarter rolling average (@12/31/10) as we strive to achieve and maintain an annual spending discipline of 5% over the long term. The Board of Directors and administration continue to carefully monitor expenses and consider new efficiencies and/or revenue opportunities to better support the mission of CFS.

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2011 - 2012 Operations The operating budget provides for 190 CFS students, an outstanding faculty and staff, the technology-based college-preparatory curriculum, and a 150 acre campus with ten cottages for students, a chapel, an infirmary, living quarters for staff members, indoor and outdoor athletic facilities, including a swimming pool and tennis courts, and an academic building. In fulfillment of its mission, CFS offers an excellent, affordable education, particularly to students whose means would otherwise preclude it. The average tuition paid is $7,325, and remains one of the lowest of any private boarding school in the country. Each and every CFS family receives a substantial cost subsidy to attend the School. Families are asked to pay only a tuition they can afford, to a maximum rate that is well below 50% of the real cost. The average gross income of a CFS family who received financial aid this past fiscal year was $64,000. In 2011-2012, tuition fees provided 15.1% of CFS’ operating expenses. The balance of expenses was funded through endowment (69.2%) and fund raising (8.2%).

2011 - 2012 Operations  

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2011 - 2012 Total Revenue – $ 2,357,000 Tuition & Fees       $ 1,421,000 Camp & Other Revenue

     

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2011 - 2012 Total Expense – $ 9,328,000 Salaries & Benefits     

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 4,155,000

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Endowment Support Percentage         69.2%

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The Year of the Griffin The Griffin Scholars Program We salute The Church Farm School for the important work it does educating America’s future leaders.     — Richard C. Weber Managing Director, DNB First Wealth Management The CFS Griffin Scholars program invites donors to sponsor one or more students, boys of “ability and promise,” who are poised to take advantage of a CFS education. According to Ned Sherrill, Head of School, “The School’s financial model is dedicated to underwriting most if not all of a deserving boy’s educational needs, and we seek to do better every year. Indeed, no qualified student should ever be turned away from Church Farm School because of an inability to pay the School’s full tuition.”

Gathering for the first Griffin Scholars luncheon held in April were John Burns ’10, Kevin Oreshko ’15, CFS Board of Directors member Matthew Burns P’10 and Donald Albritton ’17. Great conversations, wonderful food including s’mores, and games highlighted the luncheon; guests agreed that they would all look forward to the fall luncheon.

Though the program only began last January, 16 students were sponsored by the end of the school year. The boys benefited first and foremost, but Griffin sponsors and companies that contributed through the EITC program also had the pleasure of getting to know students at the spring Griffin Scholars luncheon where they met the wonderful young men whose education they help to support. Griffin Sponsorships are $6,000 for the 2012-2013 school year. Donors who would like to experience first-hand the effectiveness of their generosity are welcome to contact Suzette Baird for more information (sbaird@gocfs.net or 610.363.5383). Alumni and friends who live too far away to attend the luncheons can receive updates about the scholars they sponsor and/or visit when they are in the area.

Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program The EITC program allows businesses to receive State tax credits (up to 90%) for making contributions to approved scholarship organizations such as Church Farm School. Federal tax deductions further reduce the cost of these gifts. Since the program’s 2003 inception, CFS has received more than a quarter of a million dollars in EITC contributions. All of the gifts to the School provide scholarships for its students. Representatives of businesses that give $6,000 or more receive Griffin Sponsorships and attend the fall and spring Griffin Scholars luncheons as well as the spring Corporate Recognition Breakfast. The Bryn Mawr Trust Company, Burns Engineering, Inc., the Greater West Chester Chamber Education Foundation, DNB First, IMC Construction, Meridian Bank, and the Philip Rosenau Company, Inc. all provided EITC Scholarships to CFS students in fiscal year 2011-2012! While most tax credits are captured on July 1 when the application process opens, millions of dollars in credits remain in the new Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit Program (OSTC) which also provides scholarships to Church Farm School students. Companies may submit on-line applications through the fall of 2012. Those wishing more information should contact Annual Fund Director Suzette Baird (610.363.5383 or sbaird@gocfs.net).

Bequests and Planned Giving To make a planned gift to CFS is to leave a living legacy enabling boys in need, as I was 53 years ago, and to set them on a path leading to a life filled with meaning and purpose. — Gordon Schleicher ’62, Legacy Donor As The Church Farm School moves towards its centennial in 2018, it is the strength and generosity of generations of faithful friends, parents and alumni that sustain this unique enterprise. Look what a bequest can do to help change the lives of promising young men: •  An honor student who is the son of a disabled veteran studies hard, participates in community service, and readily expresses his gratitude to those who have made his attendance at CFS possible. •  A warm and enthusiastic student from North Philadelphia with a talent for track and field sports, who is attending Susquehanna University this fall with a full scholarship. •  A young orphan, who bounced around from school to school before coming to CFS and loves everything about the School, especially his science and biology classes. He seizes every opportunity and never stops trying to learn everything he can. All of these boys will succeed in life. The list could be ten times as long, but the point remains: When making estate plans, please consider a bequest or planned gift to The Church Farm School. For information on tax-wise ways to make a legacy gift, please contact Suzette Baird (610.363.5383 or sbaird@gocfs.net).

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The Year of the Griffin Founder’s Society Gifts of $10,000 and above

Mrs. George P. Bissell, Jr. The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Mr. & Mrs. Mark T. Carroll P’00 & ’01 S. Griswold Flagg III Trust Meridian Bank Mr. & Mrs. Talmadge O. O’Neill ’86 Sodexo

Scholar’s Society Gifts of $5,000 - $9,999

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Burns P’10 &   Burns Engineering Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Clark ’84 Stephen & Carlyn Darby DNB First Glenmede Trust Company Mr. & Mrs. George R. Graham, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. N. Peter Hamilton

CFS Board Member, Sam Ballam, poses with the new CFS Griffin mascot at its September 2011 dedication. Mr. Ballam donated the six foot statue which is prominently located on the south side of East Lincoln Highway. Mrs. J. Maxwell Moran Mr. Niels E. Nordstrom ’62 Saul Ewing, LLP The Rev. & Mrs. Edmund K. Sherrill II F-S Mr. & Mrs. Joshua H. Silverman ’75

Mr. & Mrs. Walt Smith ’86 The Snowden Foundation Col. Burton L. Weller P’74 Willis of Pennsylvania, Inc.

Mrs. Joyce Graf ’62 Greater West Chester    Chamber of Commerce Mr. Samuel D. Hanger Mrs. Elizabeth Boyer Heisler Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Hengeveld ’64 IMC Construction Mr. & Mrs. Hyung Sun Kim P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Howard Lewis Mr. & Mrs. Stephen A. Loney ’97 Mr. & Mrs. John Ray Mr. Erwin P. Roeser ’41

Mrs. Shirley Shreiner The John Frederick Steinman Foundation Mr. Norman Strate Mr. & Mrs. James Tate ’52 Thayer Corporation Univest Corporation Mrs. Beverley C. Van Houten Mr. & Mrs. Keith Voelker ’64 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher H. Washburn Brig. General Eric Weller ’74 May I. Young Fund

Gloucester County Kennel Club, Inc. Dr. John R. Grunwell III ’60 Ms. Wilbur H. Hall Brian Hoskins Ford Mr. & Mrs. Michael Hudson Mr. Byron C. Hutchinson ’85 Mr. Seok Min Kang & Mrs. Yeon Ki Lee T. James Kavanagh Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Jeff Kern Mr. Jang Won Lee & Mrs. Ae Sim Kim P’13 Dr. Sungyoul Lee & Mrs. Sunmi Park P’12 Mr. Gary Marks & Dr. Sharon Sweinberg P’08 Dr. Katherine M. McCandless P’82 Mr. & Mrs. John McCann Mr. George F. McGrory Mrs. Luiz E. Moretzsohn Mr. Richard A. Mulford Nasdaq OMX PHLA, LLC Marion Prochazka Charitable Trust

Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers, Jr. Philip Rosenau Co., Inc. Dr. & Mrs. Paul S. Russell Saint Joseph’s University Mr. & Mrs. Michael Sanford Mr. & Mrs. Gary Schlarbaum Mr. John A. Smith III Mrs. John L. Steigerwalt The James Hale Steinman Foundation Mr. Craig P. Swidersky &   Ms. Maria L. Soto P’12 Mrs. William Terrill U.S. Piping, Inc. Utica National Insurance Company Mrs. Gerdina VanDerWal Mrs. Isabelle T. Vauclain Mr. Edward R. Vollrath ’55 Washington Memorial Chapel H. O. West Foundation

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Gifts of $1,918 - $4,999 Mr. & Mrs. Samuel H. Ballam III Mr. & Mrs. William C. Buck Dr. David Carroll ’62 Mr. Gregory Coleman & Dr. Marcia Coleman Dr. & Mrs. Lane Collins ’58 Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Cupp P’02 Mr. & Mrs. Kermit S. Eck Mr. & Mrs. Mark Elvin P’15 Fund Evaluation Group, Inc. Mrs. Priscilla Gabosch ’48 Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Gherst II GlaxoSmithKline Foundation

Headmaster’s Society Gifts of $1,000 - $1,917

Anonymous (3) AGI Alteris Renewables Armstrong, Doyle & Carroll, Inc. BP Employee Matching Fund Programs The Brickman Group, Ltd. Mr. & Mrs. Bart Bronk ’96, F-S Buck Consultants, an ACS Company Mr. Adrian H. Butler ’05 Mr. Paul L. M. Butler ’05 Mr. & Mrs. Richard Butler P’05 & ’05 Mr. Andrew Carrigan ’87 & Ms. Amee Shah Citadel Federal Credit Union Edu-Tech Academic Solutions Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. Ms. Ann P. B. Fitzgerald Mr. & Mrs. Peter Fleetwood ’69 Franklin Templeton Institutional, LLC Mr. Robert C. Friebel ’87

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F-S — Faculty & Staff       P — Parent       * — Deceased

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The Year of the Griffin I Must Have Milked 1,000 Cows Lane Collins ’58 With a doctorate in business administration from the University of Southern California and two degrees from Baylor University, Lane Collins ’58 believes that The Church Farm School instilled a sense of worth and responsibility in him and his fellow students. He lived up to those lessons, first serving in the United States Air Force and later teaching accounting at Baylor University for more than 30 years. More than fifty years ago, a generous Lane and Kaye Collins at home in couple, friends of Colonel Shreiner, Waco, Texas the School’s first Headmaster, brought Lane from his East Falls, Philadelphia neighborhood to CFS where he flourished through high school, eventually winning the Headmaster’s Watch, the School’s top graduation award. A member of a class of only six, he did everything from heading a Milk Squad to lettering in several sports and doing some coaching of the JV basketball team. Along the way he learned lessons about confidence and integrity that stayed with him throughout his life. While a student, Lane gravitated towards CFS’s outstanding math program. At the same time, he sincerely enjoyed his role as Captain of a Milk Squad where he learned the value of rising early while assuming responsibilities that went far beyond milking. To this day, the Best Milker award he won as a freshman, against the older boys, is one of his most cherished memories. After graduation, Lane attended the University of Pennsylvania for a year but sought a better fit. At age 19 he entered the highly selective and rigorous Air Force Aviation Cadet Program, where he earned his commission and navigator wings. He flew missions in Korea and Japan as well as in Thailand and South Viet Nam during the early years of the Viet Nam War. After serving eight years he left the Air Force with the rank of Captain. After the military, Lane and his wife Kaye and two sons moved to Waco, Texas, to attend Baylor University. After earning an undergraduate degree and a master’s, he moved to Los Angeles where he taught accounting while earning his doctorate at the University of Southern California. Five years later, he returned to Baylor where he taught in the business school until his retirement in 2007 as Professor Emeritus of Accounting. Today, his family, travel, Air Force reunions, and golf are among his favorite pastimes. “Looking back I have fond memories of everything at The Church Farm School, even the food,” says Dr. Collins, adding with a wink, “I must have milked 1,000 cows.”

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Headmaster’s Society Gifts of $1,000 - $1,917

Mr. Ira C. Williams Mrs. Robert W. Wolcott, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Won Jae Yi P’12 & P’14 Mr. & Mrs. William Zarycranski P’16

Greystock Society Gifts of $500 - $999

Anonymous (2) Mr. Alemayehu Addis ’97 Arbor Capital Management, LLC Artisan Partners Mr. & Mrs. Andrew G. Bean The Rt. Rev. & Mrs. Charles Bennison, Jr. Mr. Stuart Brackney ’62 &   Ms. Mary Menacker Mr. & Mrs. Donald Burt ’77 Ms. Barbara Camp The Chambers Group Dr. Geon Chong and Mrs. Y. Lee P’14 Mrs. William Long Cole Mr. Patrick J. Dean ’80 Mrs. Sheila Dolan P’04 Mr. William F. Eastridge, Jr. ’63 EDiS Company Mrs. Betteanne Fitzwater Mrs. Helen L. Gibb Dr. Carol Grant-Holmes &   Mr. Bruce Holmes P’94 & ’96 Mr. Richmond P. Johnston ’54 Mr. & Mrs. Morris C. Kellett Mr. & Mrs. John P. Kirwin P’02 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Kullen ’73 Dr. & Mrs. Charles T. Lee, Jr. Mrs. Cordelia Lenz Dr. & Mrs. Kang Taek Lim P’15 Mr. Harvey J. Long ‘63 Mr. Arthur R. Marcus ’53 Marsico Capital Management, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Tim McDuffee P’16 Ms. Patti McLaughlin P’17 Mr. William H. Molloie, Jr. ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Ki-Seop Moon P’10 & ’12 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Morse ’85 Ms. Emily S. Nagle Mr. Peter C. Neall ’64 Mrs. Betty T. Norman Rev. & Mrs. S. W. Peabody Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell Pinheiro P’14 Mr. Philip S. Post Mr. & Mrs. Seymour Preston III Mr. Bruce B. Rambo Mr. & Mrs. William E. Reimer, Jr. Dr. Earl W. Robison ’60 Mrs. Walter E. Roehrs, Jr. St. Peter’s Church

F-S — Faculty & Staff       P — Parent       * — Deceased

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The Year of the Griffin Greystock Society Gifts of $500 - $999

Mr. & Mrs. C. W. Schellenger Mr. & Mrs. Hampton Schoch ’38 Mr. Lyle R. Schweitzer ’49 Mr. David F. Sharp II ’77 Mr. Samuel Slater & Ms. Eleanor Forbes Lt. Col. Robert D. Slough, Ret. ’77 Mr. C. David Southwick ’54 Ms. Nancy Spatz Ms. Beverly R. Steinman Mrs. Geoffrey Stengel Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Timby ’62 Time, Inc. The Vanguard Group Foundation Miss Edwina Vauclain Mrs. Erika Wallington ’60 Mr. & Mrs. Raymond H. Welsh Mr. & Mrs. S. Gray Whetstone, Jr. ’60 Mr. Shannon K. Yates ’86 YMCA of the Upper Main Line

Maroon & Grey Society Gifts of $100 - $499

Anonymous (13) Mr. & Mrs. Steven Aaker Mr. Richard J. Adams ’67 Ms. Insook Ahn P’15 Mrs. Lucetta S. Alderfer Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Alexander II Mrs. Louella R. Alves ’44 Sgt. Kenneth M. Anderson, Jr. ’87 Arader Tree Service Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Arbuckle Mr. & Mrs. A. Joseph Armstrong Mrs. Cynthia Armstrong P’13 Mr. & Mrs. Noah Attipoe P’12 Mrs. Jane Aycock Mr. & Mrs. Francis Baird F-S Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ball Mr. Allan C. Barbee Ms. Penelope C. Bartholomew Ms. Wanda E. Bartholomew Miss Amy E. Bean Dr. Rebecca L. Bean Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Beck ’89 Mrs. Elsie J. Bedwell Mr. Joseph R. Behm Ms. Linda Bejoian P’14 Mr. & Mrs. John T. Berlinger Ms. Renee Bernhard P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Gilbert E. Bielefeld Mrs. James Bingham Mr. William E. Birchall, Jr. ’57 Mr. & Mrs. Robert O. Blount Ms. Justine A. Boegner P’12 Dr. Frederick J. Boehlke, Jr.

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Community service remained popular at CFS throughout 2011-2012 and rose to new levels with the inauguration of the Interact Club spearheaded by Chaplain John Daniels and the Rotary Club of Central Chester County. More than 30 students signed up to participate in the group’s initial formation in early spring. Boeing Gift Matching Program Mr. & Mrs. Tim R. Bond ’78 Mrs. Laverne Bostic-Wiggins P’02 Dr. Markley H. Boyer &   Dr. Barbara Millen Boyer Mr. Eric D. Boyle ’81 Mrs. Joan Bromley & Mr. James H. Bromley Mrs. Richard N. Bromley Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Bronk ’94 Mr. Robert K. Brown ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Browne ’47 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Bruyere ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Edward S. Buckley Mr. & Mrs. Paul Buckley ’65 Mr. Alan Bueller Mr. John Kevin Bundy ’79 Calvary Episcopal Church Capt. Stephen M. Carroll ’00 Capt. Thomas B. Carroll ’01 Mr. Anthony Carter Mr. J. David Cashmere ’83 Ms. Sally W. Castle Mr. Stephen Cavener ’87 Mr. & Mrs. John W. Ceschan ’94 Christ Church Christ Church & St. Michaels Mr. & Mrs. Edward T. Claghorn Mr. & Mrs. John H. Clapham Mr. Stewart A. Cleaver ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Clothier IV Mr. Rowland L. Coats, Jr. Mr. LeRoy R. Coer ’54 Ms. Loraine M. Coll Ms. Denise Colliers P’12 Mr. & Mrs. Clifford C. Collings, Jr. Mr. James A. Conger Mr. A. Bruce Conlin, Jr. Mr. Hobart W. Cook Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Copeland Mr. William A. Corbishley Mr. & Mrs. Woodward W. Corkran, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Crawford Crossfit Inspire Cypress Capital Management, LLC Mrs. Louise M. Dagit Mr. Edward C. Darwick ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Larry K. Davis Mr. & Mrs. William M. Denny, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David W. Devenney Dr. & Mrs. Robert F. Devenney Dr. & Mrs. Thomas Devlin Ms. Kathleen DeZorzi P’14 Mr. Samuel Di Falco &   Mr. Robert Brown P’14 Mr. Newton Disney ’48 Mrs. Sally Macon Dixon Mr. & Mrs. James J. Dolan Mr. & Mrs. Edwin C. Donaghy, Jr. Mr. Lance A. Douglas ’75 Ms. Elizabeth Drake Draycott Family Foundation Mr. Joseph E. Dryer Mr. Donald H. Duckworth, Jr. ’62 Mr. & Mrs. John F. Duggan Mr. & Mrs. Blake Dunbar, Jr. P’02 Mr. Ryan Dunbar ’02, F-S Mr. Dale L. Elks ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Todd Elliott ’80 Mr. Gerald E. Ellson ’50 Ms. Justine Englert Mr. Robert H. Erb Mrs. E. A. Evans Mr. Martin A. Evans ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Falkenstein Mr. & Mrs. Neil J. Fanelli, Jr. F-S Mr. Wayne J. Fields ’81 Mr. Gordon R. Firth Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Flood, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Hector Flores P’13 Mrs. Marianna Flowers ’44 Mr. Kevin Follin ’86 Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Forbes F-S

F-S — Faculty & Staff       P — Parent       * — Deceased

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The Year of the Griffin Maroon & Grey Society Gifts of $100 - $499

Mr. & Mrs. Kimber J. Fox Dr. & Mrs. William F. Foxx Mr. John D. Frasca ’92 Mr. & Mrs. Eric & Massa V. Freeman P’14 Mrs. Georgia Freeman Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Freeman II Mr. Barton B. French ’83 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Furtado Mr. & Mrs. Christopher D. Gallagher ’81 Mr. David J. Gathright P’12 Mr. Edwin A. Gee Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gehringer P’11 & ’13 Mr. Paul R. Gerjovic ’74 Mr. James M. Gezon Mr. & Mrs. John P. Gibbons P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gibby Mr. & Mrs. Alwyn Go ’13 Mr. Peter M. Goda, Sr. ’60 &   Ms. Doris P. Heckman Mr. William L. Golemon ’50 Mr. Jon Gouak ’52 Mr. & Mrs. George M. L. Gould Great Valley Pool Service, Inc. Ms. Caryl Greaves-Bowen P’95 Mrs. Tucker C. Gresh Mr. & Mrs. Louis W. Guglielmo Mr. & Mrs. George R. Guiles Mr. Robert K. Gulick ’47 Mr. & Mrs. Walter C. Gwinner Mr. Ronald R. Hafer ’54 Hamilton Family Foundation Mr. James I. Hammons Mr. Richard S. Harkins Mr. Jonathan Harrar ’02, F-S Mr. & Mrs. Oliver R. Hartzell Mr. & Mrs. John S. C. Harvey Mr. David L. Hatchard ’93 Ms. Margaret S. Havens Mr. & Mrs. Ralph W. Held ’34 Ms. Judith B. Hellekson Mr. & Mrs. Dany Hembekides P’08 Mr. & Mrs. Carl Hendrickson, Jr. Mrs. Esther H. Hendry Miss F. Phyllis Hepfner Mr. & Mrs. William J. Hill Miss Holly Hoffman Mr. Matthew Hohn F-S Mr. Walker Hoke Mr. Willis D. Holland, Jr. ’64 Mrs. Miriam Hook Mr. Theodore J. Hordeski ’56 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Hughes Mr. & Mrs. Robert T. Hughes Mr. William H. Hughes ’79 Mrs. Frederick Humphreys ’53 Mrs. Charles Humpton, Jr.

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Mr. Harold R. Hutchinson ’57 Ms. Carolyn Miller Huyett Mr. & Mrs. Gaston Israel P’12 Mr. & Mrs. Wilbur T. Jackson Mr. Christopher J. Jaeger ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Donald James Mr. Joseph W. Joiner ’62 Mr. Frederick J. Jones Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Kalmes ’54 Mr. & Mrs. Aaron M. Kearns F-S Mr. & Mrs. E. Brooks Keffer, Jr. Mrs. Barbara G. Kehrel Kelsh Wilson Design, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. William L. Keltz Ms. Caroline R. Kemmerer Mrs. John Kenefick Mr. & Mrs. John D. Kistler, Jr. F-S Mrs. Josephine Klein Mr. & Mrs. William J. Kley Mr. George C. Kline ’59 Mr. & Mrs. Mark A. Knepley P’04 Mr. George P. Kocotis III ’98 Mrs. Shary Koenig P’98 Mr. Arnold J. Krog Mr. David P. Krutsch Mr. & Mrs. Walter Kuchlak Mr. Allan Kuklentz ’58 Mrs. James T. Lacey ’40 Mr. Andrew Lane ’04, F-S Mrs. W. Mifflin Large Miss Maryann Lauber Ms. Rachel Lawton P’10 Mrs. Mary T. Layman Mr. & Mrs. John N. Lee Mr. J. Wayne Lee Mr. & Mrs. Robert LeKites ’64 Mr. David C. Lewis ’77 Ms. Lou Ann C. Lewis Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Lewis ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Peter M. Lindley Mr. John B. Lindsay ’56 Mr. & Mrs. John Littlefield Living Well Chiropractic, LLC Mrs. Susan C. Lloyd Dr. Randall S. Lockhart Mr. David Lohmann ’59 Mr. & Mrs. Samuel B. Long, Jr. Mrs. Robin Lovell-Knowles Mr. & Mrs. Arthur B. Lowry P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. Lunardi F-S Mr. William W. Lundahl ’60 Mr. Walter J. Lybrand ’81 Ms. Nan Magistro Mr. Matthew L. Mahoney Mr. A. Bruce Mainwaring Mr. Robert B. Malone, Jr. ’86 Mr. Sean L. Martin ’92 Ms. Sandra Martin Herr

Ms. Amanda Masucci Mr. Claude A. Matson Mr. & Mrs. Michael Matteo F-S Mr. Craig S. McClure ’08 Mr. Joseph D. McClure ’84 Mrs. Mary E. McDermott Mr. & Mrs. Gregory E. McMahon P’16 Mr. Michael D. McNulty ’73 Mr. James H. Mendenhall ’39 Mr. & Mrs. Richardson T. Merriman Ms. Louise A. Merryman Mr. & Mrs. David W. Meves Mr. Ronald W. Milburne ’60 Mr. Rufus L. Miley Col. & Mrs. Christopher T. Miller ’78 Mrs. Dorothy L. Mitchell Mr. Cedieu Moise P’15 Mr. Daniel A. Molloie ’88 Mrs. Alice Moorhead Mr. Earl M. Morgan Mrs. Mary Morgan Mr. John A. Morrow ’49 Mr. William E. Morton ’56 Mr. & Mrs. James C. Moyer Mr. Raymond B. Muldaur ’81 Ms. Dorothy W. Mullestein Mr. & Mrs. Gordon R. Munson Ms. E. Hazel Murphy P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Myers P’12 & ’13 Mr. Frederick G. Nahar Mr. Edward Nass & Ms. Debra Ventura P’14 NBL Flooring, Inc. Mr. Thomas L. Neff ’60 Mrs. Charles A. Neidig Miss Fay Newkirk Ms. Dorothy J. Newnham Mr. Gandolfo Nicchi Mr. Grant A. Nodine ’84 Ms. Joan Norman-Vogel Mr. Maurice A. O’Connor ’71 Mr. & Mrs. Dennis Odess Mr. & Mrs. Nnamdi R. Onyewu P’16 Mr. Donald A. Orphanidys ’82 Mrs. Patience Otchere Mr. & Mrs. Dwight Ottey F-S Mr. & Mrs. John E. Owczarzak, Jr. ’87 Ms. Hildegard S. Parkhurst Mr. & Mrs. Thomas H. Patterson Mr. & Mrs. John B. Pegram Mr. & Mrs. Harry J. Peirce Mr. Carroll M. Peterson ’60 Mr. & Mrs. John Pickering Mr. Charles G. Pohlig ’10 Mr. Noel G. Poole ’71 Mr. Michael A. Pratt ’86 Mrs. Robert H. Price, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Proctor ’64 Propipe

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The Year of the Griffin Maroon & Grey Society Gifts of $100 - $499

Mrs. Marie D. Prosser ’32 Mr. Christopher C. Pusey ’81 Lt. Col. Thomas S. Pyle II, Ret. ’53 Mr. & Mrs. William J. Quain Mr. & Mrs. James W. Quimby Mr. Thomas Quinn ’71 Mr. & Mrs. R. W. Raffety Ms. Susan Rakestraw Ms. Patricia P. Rech Mr. & Mrs. Frank G. Reeves Mr. David L. Reidy Mr. & Mrs. James B. Remaily ’61 Mr. Augustine Repetto Miss Helen Replogle Mr. & Mrs. William E. Reynolds Mr. & Mrs. Joseph E. Rhile, Jr. Ms. Margaret B. Rhoads Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Richards ’43 Mr. Jerome R. Richter Ms. Edith R. Riehl The Riley Company Mr. & Mrs. Harry E. Ritter Mrs. Anna I. Roberts Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Rodgers, Sr. P’09 & ’11, F-S Mr. Charles S. Rogers ’65 Mr. John W. Rorer Dr. Ellen Ross P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Rottiers Ms. Cynthia D. Rugart Dr. & Mrs. Karl F. Rugart, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William L. Ruhling, Jr. Mr. Michael Russo ’67 Mr. & Mrs. David E. Salmon Mr. & Mrs. William M. Sanderson Ms. Stacey Sandifer Mr. & Mrs. Randall Sands Mr. & Mrs. Ralph S. Saul Ms. Theresa Sawyer Mr. James F. Scharnberg Dr. & Mrs. J. G. Schleicher ’62 Mr. Matthew Schofield ’02 Mr. & Mrs. Franklin M. Seeley Mr. & Mrs. Edwin H. Shafer, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sharp P’12 Mr. & Mrs. Fincourt B. Shelton Mrs. Ruth H. Shepherd Mr. Richard A. Siemon ’73 Mr. Gabriel P. Siftar ’93 Mrs. Lorna B. Simons Mr. David A. Sinclair, Jr. ’92 Mr. Gurcharan Singh & Ms. Jatinder Kaur Mr. & Mrs. Gurney P. Sloan, Jr. Ms. Elizabeth Smith Mr. & Mrs. W. Scott Smith, Jr. Capt. & Mrs. Paul Spear ’81 Spiezle Group, Inc.

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The Parents Speak John & Minnie Kirwin P’02 “Church Farm School was a pivotal experience for our son.” Alex Kirwin ’02, Senior Sales Development Manager at The Wall Street Journal, exudes confidence, and his parents credit Church Farm School for the wellrounded and fulfilling life he leads today in New York City. “CFS challenges and guides young men, forcing them to stick to their tasks Alex Kirwin with his parents on a cycling trip and see them through,” in 2011 says his father, John, adding that, “When you enter the School you immediately meet well-groomed, polite and disciplined young men.” Alex’s mother, Minnie, grew up aware of Church Farm School, for her father received gift boxes (sausage and scrapple) from the farm as all donors did in those days. Her grandfather, a Coatesville attorney and an Episcopalian, likely knew the Colonel. Years later, when seeking a school for their son, the Kirwins read about a CFS open house in the Daily Local and decided to attend. Subsequently, Alex entered and flourished at CFS. An honor student, he sang in the choir, participated in the Pageant, was named Citizen of the Month, received a Union League Good Citizenship award, and was elected captain of the tennis team his senior year. When Alex entered CFS in eighth grade, he became very involved right away. And, according to his parents, these interests have continued. He worked in the School kitchen and still loves to cook. He belonged to DECA (an international association of high school marketing students), attending the national competition in Salt Lake City, and now works in advertising and marketing. He played many sports but especially enjoyed tennis and body building and still engages in these activities. And, in the early days of the CFS laptop program, he became passionate about technology, so it was no coincidence that he worked on the IBM account for Ogilvy & Mather as a young Emory University graduate. According to Alex’s parents, the diversity at CFS is wonderful. In fact, as a college student, Alex was surprised that, while his college was diverse, there was little friendship among students of different races; a stark contrast to the atmosphere at CFS! Even Alex’s sister, Caroline, was influenced by working in the CFS Summer Camp. Today, she is a volunteer math tutor with Girls Hope Boys Hope in Brooklyn. “If I had to sum up what CFS did for Alex, I would say that it helped mold him into a competent, confident, compassionate and content gentleman. And I feel that he is a better person because of the School than he would have been without CFS,” concludes Minnie.

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CFS student volunteers return to campus after planting trees and shrubs at the annual Make a Difference Day event in Exton Park.

Maroon & Grey Society Gifts of $100 - $499

Mr. & Mrs. Eugene G. Stackhouse P’07 & ’12 Mr. & Mrs. Gary Statton Mrs. Nathan A. Stauffer, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Nathan P. Stauffer, Jr. Mr. Stephen R. Stechert ’62 Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. Steele ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Dale J. Steltz Mrs. Ella Parshall Stevens Mrs. Kathryn F. Strang Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Strode Mr. William P. Stryke ’34 Mr. Samuel A. Stump Mr. Henderson Supplee III Mr. & Ms. Jason T. Sutch Miss Helen L. Swain Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Szabo P’05 & ’06 Target Stores Ms. Carolyn L. Thomas Mr. Joseph R. Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Nick Thomas P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Greg Thompson F-S Ms. Mimi French Thorington Ms. Elsie S. Thorpe Ms. E. Ann Tippy TQ Consultants Mr. A. Frederick Travaglini Ms. Erin Treadwell Mr. Marc A. Turner Mr. & Mrs. Robert & Randi C. Turner Rev. Canon & Mrs. Rudolph J. Van Der Hiel Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Vander Veur Dr. Lina G. Vardaro Mr. & Mrs. Jacques Vauclain Von Langen, LLC Mr. Jeffrey B. Wallace Mr. Mark I. Wallace P’15 Mr. Daniel Wallick & Ms. Jennifer Mogck Mr. & Mrs. William Warden III Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Warren ’68

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Mrs. Jane H. Warriner Mr. Albert C. Weed II ’60 Mr. Charles H. Wein ’64 Mr. Henry N. Wein ’59 Mr. Paul L. West ’54 Weston Solutions, Inc. Mr. Heyward M. Wharton Ms. Charlotte G. White Mr. & Mrs. Stephen M. Wickham Mr. & Mrs. Edwin A. Wilkinson Mr. & Mrs. A. M. Williams Mr. & Mrs. John R. Williams Mrs. Norris B. Williams Mr. Spencer M. Williams ’68 Mr. & Mrs. J. K. Willing Mr. & Mrs. Russell W. Wilson Mr. William R. Wilson Mr. & Mrs. John P. Wilwol, Sr. F-S Mr. Robert S. Woodcock Mr. & Mrs. R. Richard Wright, Jr. Zakback Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Ziesing Mr. David F. Zimmerman ’88 Mr. Andrew M. Zinis ’84 Ms. Lisa A. Zinis P’84 Mr. & Mrs. James W. Zug Mr. Thomas V. Zug, Jr.

Griffin Society Gifts up to $100

Anonymous (15) Mr. Dereck W. Adams, Sr. ’87 & P’15 Mr. Lawrence D. Aigeldinger Miss Susan Aitken Mr. Oluwatosin O. Ajirotutu ’11 Ms. Joanie Alston P’12 Mr. & Mrs. Mark C. Arbogast ’78 & P’13 Ms. Gay W. Baer Mr. J. Edward Bailey, Jr. Ms. Carol D. Baker Ms. Charlotte A. Baker

Ms. Naomi Barnes P’13 Rev. Thomas Bauer Mr. Philip Becker ’50 Mr. & Mrs. James J. Beehler Mr. & Mrs. Thomas C. Beitel Mr. & Mrs. John Bellay P’03 & ’05 Mr. Markus S. Benkula ’97 Mr. Derek Bennett ’11 Ms. Carolyn S. Berger Mr. Richard F. Betts Mr. H. L. Beyer III Mr. Clarence G. Blair III ’99 Mr. Erik B. F. Boerma ’01 Mr. DaTwan C. Bolden ’11 Mrs. Wendy S. Boorn Miss Grace R. Boulden Mr. Brandon Bowden ’11 Mr. & Mrs. William C. Bowden Mrs. Elizabeth B. Bowers Ms. J. Clarice Bowman Mr. William M. Boylan ’39 Mr. & Mrs. John B. Bozette, Jr. Ms. Helen Bregler Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc. Mr. John E. Brogan Mr. Aidan Bronk Dr. & Mrs. Christian S. Brosz Mr. & Mrs. Peter Brown Mr. Peter Brown & Ms. Judy L. Braddick Mr. & Mrs. Bruce B. Burkart Mr. Richard L. Burtner ’74 Mr. Robert R. Buswell, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. John C. Carmichael Ms. Marcia Carnes F-S Mr. Craig Carpenter Ms. Emma L. Carson Mr. & Mrs. Donald E. Carver Mr. Kyle Casey ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Scott Cassidy F-S Mr. Ralph J. Celidonio Mr. Angel Centeno & Ms. Anna Velez P’13 Mr. & Mrs. John J. Ceschan, Jr. P’94, F-S Miss Jeanne M. Chandler Mr. Ho Joon Chang ’11 Mr. Donald E. Chappell ’53 Mr. Elwyn F. Chase, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony P. Checchia Mr. Steven Choc ’02 Mr. & Mrs. David Chrest F-S Mr. & Mrs. William Coates Mrs. Vida Cofie-Robertson Ms. Ann S. Cohn Ms. Nancy E. Cook Mr. Abdul Kariem Cooper ’11 Ms. Eileen Copland Mr. Christopher M. Cortright ’77 Ms. Dolores Courtney Mr. & Mrs. Richard Crane

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The Year of the Griffin Griffin Society Gifts up to $100

Ms. Jessie Crews-Rantz Mr. & Mrs. Richard B. Cuff Ms. Deborah D’Angelo Ms. Mildred G. Darlington Mr. & Mrs. Roy K. Davenport, Jr. Mr. Raymond David Mr. Fred L. Davidson Mrs. Bernella M. Davis Mr. & Mrs. Howard L. Davis, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael R. Davis Ms. Susan C. Davis Mr. Scott Deasy Mr. Byron Dees ’11 Ms. Shirley A. Deist Mr. Sebastian DeLaCruz ’11 Ms. Mireille Derissaint P’08 Mr. Christopher A. DeVeau ’89 Mr. David Dickson ’49 Ms. Anne C. Dillon Mr. Alden Dirks ’11 Mr. Joseph A. Dixon Mr. Richard Doud ’68 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Dratch F-S Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Dratch Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Dripps, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Frank Duke Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd W. Dull Ms. Patricia M. Dushane Mr. & Mrs. Charles R. Dutill Mr. George H. Earle Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Essinger Mr. Hee Je Eun ’11 Mr. & Mrs. James Eustace III Mr. Joshua Evans ’11 Mr. Martin Evans ’11 Mr. Scott B. Fairfield ’07 Mrs. Patricia Fanelli ’48 Mr. Joseph Farkus Mrs. William Farley ’49 Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Farrell Mr. Rudolph Fedor, Jr. Mrs. Virginia H. Finch Mrs. Margaret E. Fitch Ms. Alberta Flagg &   Ms. Sarah Poissonnier Mr. & Mrs. David S. Forrest Forsyth Country Day School Mr. Austin Frank ’11 Mrs. Sidney H. Franklin Mr. & Mrs. Eric Fulmer F-S Ms. Georgia F. Galeski Mr. Ervin Garcia ’02 Mr. & Mrs. Marvin T. Garcia ’99, F-S Mr. Edward E. Gardiner Mr. Blair D. Garland ’61 Mr. & Mrs. Earl W. Garrison

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Science Department Chair Dr. Robert Broadrup led students up the hill to the Chapel for the annual Convocation. One never tires of looking back towards Greystock Hall and the wonderful vistas that surround the School. Mr. Steven Gehringer ’11 Ms. Dorothy J. Gerjovich P’74 & ’74 Mrs. Paul Gibian Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth L. Gillem Mr. & Mrs. Amrit Gordon P’08 Ms. Adelaide Grant P’15 Mr. & Mrs. John S. Graves Mr. & Mrs. Lewis P. Green Mr. & Mrs. Allen Greenough Ms. Sue S. Gress Mr. Nathanael B. Groton, Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Gudgeon Miss Jane E. Gulick Mr. Kofi K. Gwira ’99 Mr. & Mrs. Donald Hadley II Mr. & Mrs. Peter Hagis, Jr. Mr. Timothy Hanson ’08 Mrs. Edward J. Hardiman Ms. Joan C. Harms Mr. David T. Harriman ’86 Mr. & Mrs. Philip S. Harvey Ms. Caroline Hass Mr. Leroy Heartsfield ’78 Mrs. Ralph T. Heness Mr. Harvey S. Henning III ’70 Mr. Lawrence E. Henry Mr. Franklin M. Henzel Mr. Gerald Hevey ’92 Mrs. Bertha A. High Mr. Jeffrey A. Hilburt ’87 Mrs. Virginia Hines Mr. & Mrs. J. Irvie Hoffman, Jr. Mr. Lloyd D. Hoffman Ms. Lorraine Hoffner P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Clifford J. Holgren Ms. Janet G. Hood Mr. Graham E. Horn Mr. Bruce Hotaling ’62 Mr. John Y. Huber III Mr. Melvin Huber III ’11 Mr. Aaron S. Humphrey ’89

Mr. & Mrs. Ward Humphreys P’17 Mr. Paul Hurst Ms. Jenna Irrgang F-S Ms. Maud C. Irwin Mr. & Mrs. James E. Jenkins Mr. Harold H. Jensen III ’63 Mr. Charles M. Johnson, Jr. Mr. Paul T. Johnson Mrs. Helen S. Johnston Mr. Tom A. Johnstone ’09 Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence T. Jones Mr. Robert W. Kahler Mr. & Mrs. Philip L. Kampf Ms. Doris M. Karpinski Mr. Albert Kilburn Ms. Mary Anne Killian P’92 Mr. Jin Yong Kim ’11 Mr. Sun Ook Kim ’11 Mr. Robert Scott Kirgan ’69 Mrs. G. Lloyd Kirk Mr. & Mrs. Steve A. Kmetz Mrs. Anne C. Knight Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Korb F-S Lt. Col. Charles Kratz III ’64 Mrs. Beverly Kraut Mrs. Joan F. Kurber Mrs. Janet M. Labdon P’78 Dr. & Mrs. William W. Lander Mrs. Mary Lane Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Laporte ’91 Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence M. Large ’51 Mrs. Helen A. Lawlor Mrs. Jacqueline P. Leach F-S Mr. Michael S. Lenau ’08 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Lenehan Mr. Adam Leofsky ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lessard Mr. & Mrs. Robin Liberty ’77 Mr. Robert B. Littlewood Ms. Florence T. Logan Mr. Cordell Long ’11

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In May, foreign language teacher Stephanie Heerschap donned a beret for the annual Tour de CFS and congratulated the winners of the tricycle race who received French champagne (actually sparkling cider) and valuable Lego trophies.

Griffin Society Gifts up to $100

Mrs. Kathryn K. Longenecker Mr. Andrew Louden F-S Mr. Michael Lowe ’94 Mr. Gabriel Lowe, Jr. ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd T. Lucas Dr. & Mrs. Albert A. Lucine Mr. William S. Lyon-Vaiden Mrs. Rebecca MacFadyen Mr. Walter G. MacFarland III Mr. Peter S. MacGregor II ’81 Ms. Clara B. Mackie Mr. H. Robert MacLaughlin Mrs. Judith A. MacNamee Ms. Zandra L. Maffett P’00 Mr. & Mrs. William M. Maguire Ms. Alice R. Mannion P’81 Mr. Glenn A. Marad ’81 Mr. Sean M. Marasco ’98 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Maroldo Mrs. Nathaniel Summers Martin Mr. Michael Maury ’68 Miss Amanda E. Mayer Mr. Chimdi O. Mbonu ’87 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen G. McDermott F-S Mr. Stephen McGovern ’03 Mr. & Mrs. Tim McParland P’15 Mrs. Susan W. Meade Mrs. Ruth B. Mellinger Mr. & Mrs. Victor E. Mello Ms. Fay Menacker & Mr. David Cooper Mr. David R. Merriman Ms. Louise K Middleton Ms. Grace D. Miller Ms. Beryl S. Miller Mr. & Mrs. David Milligan P’11 Mr. Michael Milligan ’11 Mr. Michael Yaw Yeboah Mireku ’11 Mr. & Mrs. George F. Mohr Mr. Nicholas S. Molloy

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Ms. Ana N. Monegro P’14 Mr. James Morrash Ms. Janet E. Moyer Ms. Katherine J. Muckle Mr. & Mrs. Steve Mullenhour Mr. Bonzie Mumphery ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Mungall, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Murphy Mr. Tomoni T. Mwamunga ’11 Mr. William S. Newlin, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Edward Niemann, Jr. Miss Evelyn L. Norton Mr. Gerald J. O’Connell Mr. Yaw Ofori-Atta ’00 Ms. Angela O’Reilly F-S Ms. Barbara Y. Painter Dr. & Mrs. Henry F. Parry Ms. Louise S. Parsons Mr. & Mrs. James B. Parvin Mr. Michael S. Patton Miss Rosemarie Pedicone Mrs. Marie H. Pender Mr. & Mrs. Artur Pereira P’12 & ’14 Mrs. Kinue B. Perkins Mrs. Jean M. Perry Ms. Krista S. Peterson F-S Ms. Barbara M. Pettinos Mr. Henry W. Pfeiffer Mr. Thomas C. Phelan ’97 Rev. & Mrs. Thomas H. Phillips P’95 Mr. William H. Pittock Mr. Frederick H. Pitts ’62 Mrs. Mary E. Platt Dr. & Mrs. Robert Poole Ms. Linda C. Porch Mr. & Mrs. Andrew W. Porter, Jr. Mr. Edward J. Price ’54 Mr. & Mrs. Roland A. Purnell ’81 Mr. John E. Quinn, Jr. Mr. Naresh Ramdas Mr. & Mrs. William Rankin, Jr.

Mr. George T. Rauch Mr. & Mrs. Douglas P. Redman Ms. Joan C. Reese Ms. Barbara A. Reid Mr. Robert G. Remaily ’66 Mr. & Mrs. Harold S. Rhodes, Jr. Mr. Andrew S. Riggio ’89 Mrs. Frank B. Rippel Riverside Management Group, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Donald F. Roberts Ms. Joan C. Roberts Ms. Margaret M. Roberts Mr. Djani Mensah Robertson ’11 Mr. Thomas Rode Mr. Oscar Rodriguez ’11 Mr. Alan Rossbach Mr. Kenneth R. Rowe Mr. Joseph S. Rubin ’87 Mr. Paul Rucker Mr. Robert M. Ruoff Dr. Thomas M. Sagges Rev. & Mrs. Jusuf Salam P’97 Mr. Timothy Y. Salam ’97 Ms. Lauren B. Sanford Mr. Shinichiro Alban Sato ’82 Mr. Arthur H. Saxon Miss Rosemary Scerni Mr. & Mrs. Robert Schaefer Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Schmiederer P’07 & ’10 Mr. & Mrs. Richard G. Schneider Mr. & Mrs. Charles Scipione Mrs. Lillian M. Scutti Mr. Robert H. Secrist Mr. & Mrs. Edgar C. Seely, Jr. Mr. Brian Serbin F-S Mr. Alexander Joseph Severt ’11 Mr. & Mrs. William J. Seymour ’78 Mr. John Seymour Ms. Katie Seymour Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Sharp Mr. Jaehoon Shim ’11 Mr. Charles Shreiner IV ’04 Ms. Lucie H. Shubert Ms. Nadine Sidoriak P’13 Mr. Raymond M. Simmons ’96 Mr. Henry H. Skillman Mr. F. William Smead ’84 Mrs. Herberta M. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Richard K. Smith ’64 Mr. Samuel L. Smith Mr. Kitchell T. Snow ’76 Mr. Park K. Snyder, Jr. Dr. Theodore D. & Dr. Gail Sokoloski Mr. Donald M. Solenberger Mr. Edward C. Somers Ms. Dorothy Southrey P’69 Mr. Raymond C. Spence Mr. Russell Stackhouse, Jr.

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The Year of the Griffin Griffin Society Gifts up to $100

Ms. Susan Stapleton P’13 Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. Steenrod Mr. Leslie L. Stephenson Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Stever Mr. & Mrs. James Strahan Mr. Robert H. Strother, Sr. Mr. Thitipat Suksiritarnan ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Andre G. Susanin Mr. & Mrs. Hugh J. Swarts, Jr. Mr. Brandon Szabo ’05 Mr. & Mrs. Alfred F. Talbot Mr. and Mrs. Brian Taussig-Lux P’15 Ms. Elizabeth R. Taylor Dr. & Mrs. Frederik Tellekamp P’89 Mr. Joel Temple ’11 Mr. Roy F. Tettemer Mr. Edmund L. Thayer Mr. & Mrs. Robert Thompson Mr. Frank L. Thomson Mr. Adam Tinkler ’00 Ms. Elena Tiuriakulova Mr. William A. Toboldt Mr. Leander P. Tori, Jr. Mr. Thomas J. Trefz Mr. & Mrs. Alden F. Tucker Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Turman III Mr. Vincent Valente Mr. & Mrs. John VanDerWal ’84 Mr. & Mrs. Basil B. Varian Mr. E. Scott Varney ’70 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Voge Mr. George M. Walker ’82 Capt. & Mrs. Samuel J. Walker ’84 Ms. March K. Walsh Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Walsh Miss Grace E. Walter Mr. & Mrs. Robert Watson Mr. Tyrel Watson ’11 Mr. Jeffrey M. Watt ’11 Ms. Eileen Helm Weaver Mr. Ian Weigand ’09 Mr. Ernest Welde, Jr. Ms. Susan Wentink Mr. & Mrs. H. W. Westerman Mr. & Mrs. Robert E. Whalon P’99 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Whalon ’99 Mr. George R. White Mr. William H. White, Jr. Ms. Julia Wickland F-S Mr. Robert W. Wilkey Mr. Bruce G. Willbrant Mr. David Wilson, Jr. & Ms. Elizabeth Lexa Mr. & Mrs. Henry W. Wittmann Dr. Lilyan B. Wright Mr. Liam Yao ’02 Ms. Marcella Yetter

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At the end-of-year celebration in June, held at the Head of School’s residence, Directors, Alumni and Parent leaders, and Administrators donned sun glasses and predicted a bright future for CFS. Mr. Young-Moo Yoo ’11 Mr. & Mrs. Charles Young Mrs. William B. Young, Jr. Mr. Allen Yusko F-S Mr. Edward S. Ziegenfus ’59 Mrs. Aida M. Zink Mr. Kurt Zoltek ’03 Ms. Carolyn H. Zuttel Mr. & Mrs. Stanley A. Zwierzyna, Jr. F-S

Griffin Scholars Program 2011 - 2012 Sponsors

The new Griffin Scholars Program allows donors to support students whom they meet at the spring and fall Griffin Scholars luncheons. Mrs. George Bissell (2 Scholars) Bryn Mawr Trust (2 Scholars) Mr. & Mrs. Matthew Burns P’10 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Carroll P’00 & ’01 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Clark ’84 Stephen & Carlyn Darby DNB First Meridian Bank Mr. & Mrs. Eric Nordstrom ’62 Mr. & Mrs. Talmadge O’Neill ’86 The Rev. & Mrs. Edmund K. Sherrill ll F-S Mr. & Mrs. Walt Smith ’86 Mr. & Mrs. Keith Voelker ’64

Gifts in Honor of Shirley Shreiner These contributions, honoring her receipt of the Griffin Award for Ambassadorship made a 20122013 Griffin Sponsorship possible for Shirley Shreiner. Mr. & Mrs. A. J. Armstrong Ms. Georgina Bissell Mr. & Mrs. Mark T. Carroll P’00 & ’01 Mr. & Mrs. Gregory W. Coleman Stephen & Carlyn Darby Mr. & Mrs. Kermit S. Eck

Gifts in Honor of Shirley Shreiner Mr. & Mrs. George Graham Mr. & Mrs. Stephen A. Loney ’97 Ms. Emily S. Nagle Mr. & Mrs. John Pickering Mr. Erwin P. Roeser ’41 Mr. & Mrs. Edwin H. Shafer, Jr. The Rev. & Mrs. Edmund K. Sherrill ll F-S Ms. Sanna L. Steigerwalt Ms. Louise R. Stengel Ms. Margaret H. Wolcott

Current Parent Gifts Anonymous (3) Mr. Dereck W. Adams, Sr. ’87 & P’15 Ms. Insook Ahn P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Mark C. Arbogast ’78 & P’13 Mrs. Cynthia Armstrong P’13 Ms. Naomi Barnes P’13 Ms. Linda Bejoian P’14 Ms. Renee Bernhard P’14 Ms. Justine A. Boegner P’12 Mr. Angel Centeno &   Ms. Anna Velez P’13 Dr. Geon Chong and Mrs. Y. Lee P’14 Ms. Denise Colliers P’12 Ms. Kathleen DeZorzi P’14 Mr. Samuel Di Falco &   Mr. Robert Brown P’13 Mr. & Mrs. Mark Elvin P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Hector Flores P’13 Mr. & Mrs. Eric &   Massa V. Freeman P’14 Mr. David J. Gathright P’12 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gehringer P’11 & ’13 Mr. & Mrs. John P. Gibbons P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Alwyn Go P’13 Ms. Adelaide Grant P’15 Ms. Lorraine Hoffner P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Ward Humphreys P’17

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The Year of the Griffin Current Parent Gifts Mr. & Mrs. Gaston Israel P’12 Mr. Seok Min Kang & Mrs. Yeon Ki Lee P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Hyung Sun Kim P’16 Mr. Jang Won Lee &   Mrs. Ae Sim Kim P’13 Dr. Sungyoul Lee &   Mrs. Sunmi Park P’12 Dr. & Mrs. Kang Taek Lim P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Arthur B. Lowry P’14 Mr. Matthew L. Mahoney Mr. & Mrs. Tim McDuffee P’16 Ms. Patti McLaughlin P’17 Mr. & Mrs. Gregory E. McMahon P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Tim McParland P’15 Mr. Cedieu Moise P’16 Ms. Ana N. Monegro P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Ki-Seop Moon P’10 & ’12 Ms. E. Hazel Murphy P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Myers P’12 & ’13 Mr. Edward Nass &   Ms. Debra Ventura P’14 Mr. & Mrs. Nnamdi R. Onyewu P’16 Mr. & Mrs. Artur Pereira P’12 & ’14 Mr. & Mrs. Mitchell Pinheiro P’14 Dr. Ellen Ross P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Sharp P’12 Mr. & Mrs. Fincourt B. Shelton P’11 Ms. Nadine Sidoriak P’13 Mr. Gurcharan Singh &   Ms. Jatinder Kaur P’15 Ms. Susan Stapleton P’13 Mr. Craig P. Swidersky &   Ms. Maria L. Soto P’12 Mr. & Mrs. Brian Taussig-Lux P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Nick Thomas P’14 Mrs. Elena Tiuriakulova P’12 Mr. Mark I. Wallace P’15 Mr. & Mrs. Won Jae Yi P’12 & ’14 Mr. & Mrs. William Zarycranski P’16

Alumni Gifts Anonymous (10) Mr. Dereck W. Adams, Sr. ’87 Mr. Richard J. Adams ’67 Mr. Alemayehu Addis ’97 Mr. Oluwatosin O. Ajirotutu ’11 Mrs. Louella R. Alves ’44 Sgt. Kenneth M. Anderson, Jr. ’87 Mr. & Mrs. Mark C. Arbogast ’78 & P ’13 Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Beck ’89 Mr. Philip Becker ’50 Mr. Markus S. Benkula ’97 Mr. Derek Bennett ’11 Mr. William E. Birchall, Jr. ’57 Mr. Clarence G. Blair III ’99 Mr. Erik B. F. Boerma ’01 Mr. DaTwan C. Bolden ’11

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Returning members from the Class of 1962 reunite for their 50th Class Reunion during Spring Alumni Weekend. First row (L to R) Ken Timby, David Carroll, Bruce Hotaling, Eric Nordstrom, Stu Brackney. Back row (L to R) Gordon Schleicher, Fred Pitts, Donald Duckworth Mr. & Mrs. Tim R. Bond ’78 Mr. Brandon Bowden ’11 Mr. William M. Boylan ’39 Mr. Eric D. Boyle ‘81 Mr. Stuart Brackney ’62 &   Ms. Mary Menacker Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Bronk ’94 Mr. & Mrs. Bart Bronk ’96, F-S Mr. Robert K. Brown ’76 Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Browne ’47 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Bruyere ’82 Mr. & Mrs. Paul Buckley ’65 Mr. John Kevin Bundy ’79 Mr. & Mrs. Donald Burt ’77 Mr. Richard L. Burtner ’74 Mr. Adrian H. Butler ’05 Mr. Paul L. M. Butler ’05 Mr. Andrew Carrigan ’87 &    Ms. Amee Shah Dr. David Carroll ’62 Capt. Stephen M. Carroll ’00 Capt. Thomas B. Carroll ’01 Mr. Kyle Casey ’11 Mr. J. David Cashmere ’83 Mr. Stephen Cavener ’87 Mr. & Mrs. John W. Ceschan ’94 Mr. Ho Joon Chang ’11 Mr. Donald E. Chappell ’53 Mr. Steven Choc ’02 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Clark ’84 Mr. Stewart A. Cleaver ’71 Mr. LeRoy R. Coer ’54 Dr. & Mrs. Lane Collins ’58 Mr. Abdul Kariem Cooper ’11 Mr. Christopher M. Cortright ’77 Mr. Edward C. Darwick ’85 Mr. Patrick J. Dean ’80 Mr. Byron Dees ’11 Mr. Sebastian DeLaCruz ’11 Mr. Christopher A. DeVeau ’89 Mr. David Dickson ’49 Mr. Alden Dirks ’11 Mr. Newton Disney ’48

Mr. Richard Doud ’68 Mr. Lance A. Douglas ’75 Mr. Donald H. Duckworth, Jr. ’62 Mr. Ryan Dunbar ’02, F-S Mr. William F. Eastridge, Jr. ’63 Mr. Dale L. Elks ’74 Mr. & Mrs. Todd Elliott ’80 Mr. Gerald E. Ellson ’50 Mr. Hee Je Eun ’11 Mr. Joshua Evans ’11 Mr. Martin A. Evans ’77 Mr. Martin Evans ’11 Mr. Scott B. Fairfield ’07 Mrs. Patricia Fanelli ’48 Mrs. William Farley ’49 Mr. Wayne J. Fields ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Peter Fleetwood ’69 Mrs. Marianna Flowers ’44 Mr. Kevin Follin ’86 Mr. Austin Frank ’11 Mr. John D. Frasca ’92 Mr. Barton B. French ’83 Mr. Robert C. Friebel ’87 Mrs. Priscilla Gabosch ’48 Mr. & Mrs. Christopher D. Gallagher ’81 Mr. Ervin Garcia ’02 Mr. Marvin T. Garcia ’99, F-S Mr. Blair D. Garland ’61 Mr. Steven Gehringer ’11 Mr. Paul R. Gerjovich ’74 Mr. Peter M. Goda, Sr. ’60 Mr. William L. Golemon ’50 Mr. Jon Gouak ’52 Mrs. Joyce Graf ’62 Dr. John R. Grunwell III ’60 Mr. Robert K. Gulick ’47 Mr. Kofi K. Gwira ’99 Mr. Ronald R. Hafer ’54 Mr. Timothy Hanson ’08 Mr. Jonathan Harrar ’02, F-S Mr. David T. Harriman ’86 Mr. David L. Hatchard ’93 Mr. Leroy Heartsfield ’78

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The Year of the Griffin Alumni Gifts Mr. & Mrs. Ralph W. Held ’34 Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Hengeveld ’64 Mr. Harvey S. Henning III ’70 Mr. Gerald Hevey ’92 Mr. Jeffrey A. Hilburt ’87 Mr. Willis D. Holland, Jr. ’64 Mr. Theodore J. Hordeski ’56 Mr. Bruce Hotaling ’62 Mr. Melvin Huber III ’11 Mr. William H. Hughes ’79 Mr. Aaron S. Humphrey ’89 Mrs. Frederick Humphreys ’53 Mr. Byron C. Hutchinson ’85 Mr. Harold R. Hutchinson ’57 Mr. Christopher J. Jaeger ’77 Mr. Harold H. Jensen III ’63 Mr. Richmond P. Johnston ’54 Mr. Tom A. Johnstone ’09 Mr. Joseph W. Joiner ’62 Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Kalmes ’54 Mr. Jin Yong Kim ’11 Mr. Sun Ook Kim ’11 Mr. Robert Scott Kirgan ’69 Mr. George C. Kline ’59 Mr. George P. Kocotis III ’98 Lt. Col. Charles Kratz III ’64 Mr. Allan Kuklentz ’58 Mr. & Mrs. Steven Kullen ’73 Mrs. James T. Lacey ’40 Mr. Andrew Lane ’04, F-S Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Laporte ’91 Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence M. Large ’51 Mr. & Mrs. Robert LeKites ’64 Mr. Michael S. Lenau ’08 Mr. Adam Leofsky ’11 Mr. David C. Lewis ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Lewis ’81 Mr. & Mrs. Robin Liberty ’77 Mr. John B. Lindsay ’56 Mr. David Lohmann ’59 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen A. Loney ’97 Mr. Cordell Long ’11 Mr. Harvey J. Long ’63 Mr. Gabriel Lowe, Jr. ’11 Mr. Michael Lowe ’94 Mr. William W. Lundahl ’60 Mr. Walter J. Lybrand ’81 Mr. Peter S. MacGregor II ’81 Mr. Robert B. Malone, Jr. ’86 Mr. Glenn A. Marad ’81 Mr. Sean M. Marasco ’98 Mr. Arthur R. Marcus ’53 Mr. Sean L. Martin ’92 Mr. Michael Maury ’68 Mr. Chimdi O. Mbonu ’87 Mr. Craig S. McClure ’08 Mr. Joseph D. McClure ’84

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Mr. Stephen McGovern ’03 Mr. Michael D. McNulty ’73 Mr. James H. Mendenhall ’39 Mr. Ronald W. Milburne ’60 Col. & Mrs. Christopher T. Miller ’78 Mr. Michael Milligan ’11 Mr. Michael Yaw Yeboah Mireku ’11 Mr. Daniel A. Molloie ’88 Mr. William H. Molloie, Jr. ’82 Mr. John A. Morrow ’49 Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Morse ’85 Mr. William E. Morton ’56 Mr. Raymond B. Muldaur ’81 Mr. Bonzie Mumphery ’11 Mr. Tomoni T. Mwamunga ’11 Mr. Peter C. Neall ’64 Mr. Thomas L. Neff ’60 Mr. Grant A. Nodine ’84 Mr. Niels E. Nordstrom ’62 Mr. Maurice A. O’Connor ’71 Mr. Yaw Ofori-Atta ’00 Mr. & Mrs. Talmadge O. O’Neill ’86 Mr. Donald A. Orphanidys ’82 Mr. & Mrs. John E. Owczarzak, Jr. ’87 Mr. Michael S. Patton Mr. Carroll M. Peterson ’60 Mr. Thomas C. Phelan ’97 Mr. Frederick H. Pitts ’62 Mr. Charles G. Pohlig ’10 Mr. Noel G. Poole ’71 Mr. Michael A. Pratt ’86 Mr. Edward J. Price ’54 Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Proctor ’64 Mrs. Marie D. Prosser ’32 Mr. & Mrs. Roland A. Purnell ’81 Mr. Christopher C. Pusey ’81 Lt. Col. Thomas S. Pyle II ’53 Mr. Thomas Quinn ’71 Mr. & Mrs. James B. Remaily ’61 Mr. Robert G. Remaily ’66 Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Richards ’43 Mr. Andrew S. Riggio ’89 Mr. Djani Mensah Robertson ’11 Dr. Earl W. Robison ’60 Mr. Oscar Rodriguez ’11 Mr. Erwin P. Roeser ’41 Mr. Charles S. Rogers ’65 Mr. Joseph S. Rubin ’87 Mr. Michael Russo ’67 Mr. Timothy Y. Salam ’97 Mr. Shinichiro Alban Sato ’82 Dr. & Mrs. J. G. Schleicher ’62 Mr. & Mrs. Hampton Schoch ’38 Mr. Matthew Schofield ’02 Mr. Lyle R. Schweitzer ’49 Mr. Alexander Joseph Severt ’11 Mr. & Mrs. William J. Seymour ’78 Mr. David F. Sharp II ’77

Mr. Jaehoon Shim ’11 Mr. Charles Shreiner IV ’04 Mr. Richard A. Siemon ’73 Mr. Gabriel P. Siftar ’93 Mr. & Mrs. Joshua H. Silverman ’75 Mr. Raymond M. Simmons ’96 Mr. David A. Sinclair, Jr. ’92 Lt. Col. Robert D. Slough, Ret. ’77 Mr. F. William Smead ’84 Mr. John A. Smith III ’85 Mr. & Mrs. Richard K. Smith ’64 Mr. & Mrs. Walt Smith ’86 Mr. Kitchell T. Snow ’76 Mr. C. David Southwick ’54 Capt. & Mrs. Paul Spear ’81 Mr. Stephen R. Stechert ’62 Mr. & Mrs. Ralph E. Steele ’74 Mr. William P. Stryke ’34 Mr. Thitipat Suksiritarnan ’11 Mr. Brandon Szabo ’05 Mr. & Mrs. James Tate ’52 Mr. Joel Temple ’11 Mr. & Mrs. R. M. Timby ’62 Mr. Adam Tinkler ’00 Mr. & Mrs. John VanDerWal ’84 Mr. E. Scott Varney ’70 Mr. & Mrs. Keith Voelker ’64 Mr. Edward R. Vollrath ’55 Mr. George M. Walker ’82 Mrs. Erika Wallington ’60 Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey Warren ’68 Mr. Tyrel Watson ’11 Mr. Jeffrey M. Watt ’11 Mr. Albert C. Weed II ’60 Mr. Ian Weigand ’09 Mr. Charles H. Wein ’64 Mr. Henry N. Wein ’59 Brig. General Eric Weller ’74 Mr. Paul L. West ’54 Mr. & Mrs. Timothy Whalon ’99 Mr. & Mrs. S. Gray Whetstone, Jr. ’60 Mr. Spencer M. Williams ’68 Mr. Liam Yao ’02 Mr. Shannon K. Yates ’86 Mr. Young-Moo Yoo ’11 Mr. Edward S. Ziegenfus ’59 Mr. David F. Zimmerman ’88 Mr. Andrew M. Zinis ’84 Mr. Kurt Zoltek ’03

F-S — Faculty & Staff       P — Parent       * — Deceased

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The Year of the Griffin Memorial Gifts In memory of Dr. Harry C. Best, DDS    Mr. & Mrs. Douglas P. Redman In memory of Alfred A. Bieber    Mr. Jeffrey B. Wallace In memory of James S. Bingham    Ms. Barbara W. Bingham In memory of Lady Bronk   Mr. Aidan Bronk In memory of Master Elliott Brown    Mr. Peter Brown & Ms. Judy L. Braddick In memory of J. Mahlon Buck, Jr.   Mr. & Mrs. William C. Buck In memory of my husband, David H. Carson, Jr.   & my son, David H. Carson III   Mrs. Emma L. Carson

In memory of Joseph E. & Florence M. Grant    Dr. Carol Grant-Holmes &     Mr. Bruce Holmes P’94 & ’96 In memory of W. Perry Gresh    Mrs. Tucker C. Gresh In memory of J. Tyler Griffin    Mr. Alan Bueller    Ms. Elizabeth Drake    Mr. Joseph E. Dryer    Ms. Patricia M. Dushane    Mr. & Mrs. William J. Kley    Mrs. Joan C. Roberts    Mrs. John L. Steigerwalt    Mr. Henderson Supplee III    Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Vander Veur

In memory of Mildred G. Challman    Miss Fay Newkirk

In memory of J. Tyler Griffin &   Dr. Charles W. Shreiner, Jr.     Mrs. Shirley Shreiner

In memory of Horace “Bud” Michener   Crothamel    Mr. Raymond David

In memory of J. Tyler Griffin, Harry L. Mayer   & C. W. Shreiner    Dr. & Mrs. Karl F. Rugart, Jr.

In memory of Horace Crothamel    Dr. Randall S. Lockhart

In memory Aunt Dot Grove    Mr. & Mrs. William L. Ruhling, Jr.

In memory of George Dochert    Mr. & Mrs. J. K. Willing

In memory of Joseph Gudgeon, Jr.    Mrs. Elizabeth A. Gudgeon

In memory of Carl Eby, Class of 1950   Ms. Alberta Flagg &     Ms. Sarah Poissonnier

In memory of William A. Guthrie    The Snowden Foundation

In memory of William Farley ’49    Mr. Newton Disney ’48    Mrs. William Farley    Mrs. Priscilla Gabosch    Mr. Robert K. Gulick ’47    Mr. Thomas Rode    Mr. & Mrs. James Strahan In memory of Rev. Dr. Charles E. Finch   Ms. Virginia H. Finch In memory of my wife, Arlene    Mr. Gordon R. Firth In memory of Russell Frey    Mrs. Mary Lane In memory of Karl Gabosch ’48    Mrs. Patricia Fanelli    Mrs. Priscilla Gabosch    Gloucester County Kennel Club, Inc.    Mr. Robert K. Gulick ’47    Mr. John A. Morrow ’49    Ms. Linda C. Porch In memory Barry Gouak & Tony Renda ’56    Mr. Theodore J. Hordeski ’56 In memory of Willard P. Graeber   Anonymous In memory of my classmate, Bob Graf ’62   Mr. Stuart Brackney ’62 &     Ms. Mary Menacker In memory of Bob Graf, Class of 1962    Mr. Donald H. Duckworth, Jr. ’62 In memory of Bob Graf & the Class of 1962    Ms. Joyce Graf

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In memory of Edward J. Hardiman    Mrs. Edward J. Hardiman In memory of the Harper Family   Anonymous In memory of Ms. Beth Holmes   Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Bronk ’94 In memory of Elizabeth Anne Hord    Mr. & Mrs. Steven Aaker    Mr. & Mrs. William Coates    Ms. Deborah D’Angelo    Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Turman III In memory of Frederick W. Humphreys ’53    Mrs. Frederick Humphreys In memory of my father, John F. Humphreys ’52    Ms. Erin Treadwell In memory of my uncle,   Frederick W. Humphreys ’53    Ms. Erin Treadwell

In memory of James T. Lacey ’40   Mrs. James T. Lacey In memory of Tom Logan ’68    Anonymous ’69 In memory of my mother,   Mrs. J. C. MacFadyen    Mrs. Rebecca MacFadyen In memory of Donald A. Mackie   Mrs. Clara B. Mackie In memory of Harry C. Mayer    Mr. & Mrs. James W. Zug In memory of William Meoli –   Louis’ uncle    Mr. & Mrs. Louis W. Guglielmo In memory of Father Calvin R. Miller    Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd W. Dull In memory of Ruth Richmond Mirkil    Mrs. Ruth H. Shepherd In memory of Mrs. John A. Morrison    Mrs. Jean M. Perry In memory of Mabel Nagle & Maddie Davis   Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd T. Lucas In memory of my grandparents,   Daniel & Ellen Newhall & my husband,   George L. Bartholomew    Mrs. Penelope C. Bartholomew In memory of Rev. John R. Norman, Jr.    Mrs. Betty T. Norman    Mrs. Joan Norman-Vogel In memory of my father, Armondo Pedicone   & brother John Pedicone    Miss Rosemarie Pedicone In memory of Allan Perry    Mr. & Mrs. John N. Lee In memory of Dr. Robert E. Price, Jr.    Mrs. Robert H. Price, Jr. In memory of Martin B. Proctor ’52   Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Proctor ’64 In memory of my husband, Cortland Reed   Prosser ’32 and his brother, Orville Reed   Prosser ’38    Mrs. Marie D. Prosser In memory of Alvin G. Roberts    Mrs. Margaret M. Roberts

In memory of my father,   Daniel G. Hutchinson ’52    Ms. Carolyn L. Thomas

In memory of my parents, Herbert & Louise   Robinson and my niece, Lisa Blauboer   Ms. Eileen Copland

In memory of my brother, Daniel   Hutchinson ’52 and my mother, Dorothy   Louise Hutchinson   Mr. Harold R. Hutchinson ’57

In memory of Tom Scheuerlein ’36    Mr. & Mrs. Tim R. Bond ’78

In memory of Donald “Ace” Johnson   Mr. William H. Hughes ’79 In memory of Geraldine Joines    Rev. Thomas Bauer In memory of John C. Kenefick   Mrs. John Kenefick

In memory of Lena Shaw   Mrs. Jessie Crews-Rantz In memory of Charlie and “The Colonel”   God Bless    Mrs. Cordelia Lenz In memory of Charlie Shreiner   Dr. & Mrs. Karl F. Rugart, Jr. In memory of Charlie Shreiner & Tyler Griffin    Mr. Henderson Supplee III

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The Year of the Griffin Memorial Gifts In memory of Dr. Charles W. Shreiner, Jr.    Mr. & Mrs. James Eustace III    Mr. Kitchell T. Snow ’76    The Class of 1981 In memory William P. Simons ll   Mrs. Lorna B. Simons In memory of J. Roland Smith, Jr.   Mr. Leander P. Tori, Jr. In memory of Kathleen Smith   Mr. Samuel L. Smith In memory of my sister, Joyce P.   Spaziani, R.N.    Mrs. Ralph T. Heness In memory of Capt. R. G. Stanford, Jr.    Ms. Elsie S. Thorpe

Music Director Gary Gress directed and accompanied the CFS Choir, which performed solo and with Agnes Irwin students at the two schools’ annual combined concert in May. The concert alternates venues, with the 2012 concert held at Agnes Irwin.

In memory of Elsie M. & R. G. Stanford, Jr.    Ms. Elsie S. Thorpe

In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph O. Trefz    Mr. Thomas J. Trefz

In memory of Uncle Abraham Weinstein    Mr. & Mrs. Joshua H. Silverman ’75

In memory of Ann L. Strate    Mr. & Mrs. David E. Salmon

In memory of Mark Ueland —   Beau Humphreys’ grandfather    Mr. & Mrs. Ward Humphreys P’17

In memory of Frances C. White   Mr. William H. White, Jr.

In memory of my dad, Frank Stryke ’29    Mrs. Wendy S. Boorn In memory of Peter Terry ’65   Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence T. Jones In memory of Albert R. Thayer    Mrs. Dorothy L. Mitchell In memory of Paula Thompson    Mr. Raymond M. Simmons ’96

In memory of Rev. & Mrs. Peter C. Van der Hiel    Rev. Canon & Mrs. Rudolph J. Van Der Hiel In memory of Mildred Weaver   Anonymous In memory of Lawrence Wegel   Anonymous In memory of Edward Weil    Mrs. Elsie J. Bedwell

In memory of Earl B. Wilkins    Mr. & Mrs. Randall Sands In memory of Earl B. Wilkins, teacher   Mr. William P. Stryke ’34 In memory of John & Florence Wright    Mr. Richard F. Betts In memory of my husband, Richard    Dr. Lilyan B. Wright

Honorary Gifts In honor of my son, Darien Alleyne ’13   Mrs. Cynthia Armstrong P’13

In honor of LeVinn Brown Class of ’05   Mr. & Mrs. Peter Brown

In honor of The Grey Team    Mr. & Mrs. Nnamdi R. Onyewu P’16

In honor of our grandson, Evan Attipoe ’12    Mr. & Mrs. Charles Ball

In honor of Michael Brown-DiFalco   Mr. Gandolfo Nicchi

In honor of William A. Handy   Mr. & Mrs. Joseph P. Furtado

In honor of Craig D. Baylor, Sheldon B. Harris,   Larry Fendall, Bard C. Tirerney, &   Richard A. Day    Mr. Dale L. Elks ’74

In honor of CFS — Past, Present and Future    Mr. Matthew Hohn

In honor of Diane Hartzell   Ms. Lauren B. Sanford

In honor of the Class of 1964    Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Hengeveld ’64

In honor of Kathy Henemeier    Mr. Andrew S. Riggio ’89

In honor of Kasper Bejoian ’14 — I’m so proud   of your wisdom, heart and work ethic   Ms. Linda Bejoian

In honor of the Class of ‘77    Mr. Christopher M. Cortright ’77

In honor of my great grandfather, who supported the start of this school, & my grandfather and mother, who have continued that tradition. I am pleased to carry it on in honor of my mother.    Ms. Sandra Martin Herr

In honor of Ernest Middleton Belt and his   sister, Dorothy Belt Hoffman   Miss Holly Hoffman In honor of Boy Scout Troop 1918 and my   wonderful years as scout master   Mr. Ronald R. Hafer ’54 In honor of Stuart Brackney ’62 &   Mary L. Menacker   Mrs. Fay Menacker & Mr. David Cooper In honor of Stuart Brackney ’62 & Mary L.   Menacker – for their 35th Anniversary   & Renewal of Vows   Mr. & Mrs. Stephen G. McDermott F-S In honor of Taylor Carol Bronk’s baptism   Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Bronk ’94

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In honor of James Fitton Couch   Dr. John R. Grunwell III ’60 In honor of J. Wesley Courtney lll   Ms. Dolores Courtney In honor of Dan Dratch   Mr. & Mrs. Joseph M. Dratch

In honor of my parents, Harry Morris Hewson   & Kathleen Mason Hewson   Mrs. William Long Cole

In honor of Johnie L. Fennell, Jr.   Mrs. Zandra L. Maffett P’00

In honor of C. Elbert Hoffman   Mr. & Mrs. Harold S. Rhodes, Jr.

In honor of Ruth Frame    Mr. Park K. Snyder, Jr.

In honor of Elizabeth Irwin   Mrs. Maud C. Irwin

In honor of my mother, Marcella K. Fry    Ms. Georgia F. Galeski

In honor of my son, Mark Labdon ’78    Mrs. Janet M. Labdon

In honor of Billy & Steven Grammer    Draycott Family Foundation

In honor of our grandson, Andrew Lane,   Assistant Wrestling Coach    Mr. & Mrs. James J. Dolan

F-S — Faculty & Staff       P — Parent       * — Deceased

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The Year of the Griffin Honorary Gifts In honor of Jaemo Lee   Dr. Sungyoul Lee & Mrs. Sunmi Park P’12

In honor of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Rowe   Mr. Kenneth R. Rowe

In honor of Emil L. Stevens   Mrs. Ella Parshall Stevens

In honor of my brother Webber Lewis ’80   Mr. Lochlain Lewis

In honor of Allene L. Russell   Dr. & Mrs. Paul S. Russell

In honor of Jim Tate ’52   Mr. William L. Golemon ’50

In honor of Donna B. Lindsay    Mr. John B. Lindsay ’56

In honor of Lauren Sanford & Chris Sanford   Anonymous

In honor of S. Dan Lovell    Mrs. Robin Lovell-Knowles

In honor of Clifford Schellhase   Mr. Robert W. Kahler

In honor of Mr. James Tate ’52 to thank him for all he does for CFS   Mr. Michael Milligan ’11

In honor of J. Frederick Merriman    Mr. David R. Merriman    Mr. & Mrs. Richardson T. Merriman

In honor of Bill Seymour ’78    Mr. & Ms. Jason T. Sutch

In honor of Richard Vincent Mullenhour   Mr. & Mrs. Steve Mullenhour In honor of Benjamin Phillips ’95    Rev. & Mrs. Thomas H. Phillips In honor of Thomas Pyle ll Class of ’53   Mrs. Stacey Sandifer

In honor of Cannie Shafer, CFS Trustee   Anonymous In honor of Terry Shreiner   Rev. & Mrs. S. W. Peabody In honor of Florence & Hibert Stelt &   Katherine Howard   Mr. & Mrs. Dale J. Steltz

In honor of Rebecca Thomas   Mr. Joseph R. Thomas In honor of those that paved the way  Anonymous In honor of Earl Wilkins & Charles Bashore    Mr. Donald E. Chappell ’53 In honor of Ira Williams   Mrs. Jane Aycock In honor of my son, Andrew Marc Zinis    Ms. Lisa A. Zinis

In honor of Mr. Ken Rodgers — Thank You   Mr. & Mrs. Tim McParland P’15

2011 CFS Golf Classic Sponsors AGI Alteris Renewables Arader Tree Service Arbor Capital Management, LLC Armstrong, Doyle & Carroll, Inc. Artisan Partners Mr. & Mrs. Samuel H. Ballam III The Rt. Rev. & Mrs. Charles Bennison, Jr. Brian Hoskins Ford The Brickman Group, Ltd. The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Buck Consultants, an ACS Company Mr. & Mrs. Donald Burt ’77 Mr. & Mrs. Mark T. Carroll P’00 & ’01 Mr. Anthony Carter The Chambers Group Citadel Federal Credit Union Mr. Gregory Coleman & Dr. Marcia Coleman Mr. James A. Conger Crossfit Inspire Mr. & Mrs. Samuel Cupp P’02 Cypress Capital Management, LLC Stephen & Carlyn Darby DNB First Mrs. Sheila Dolan P’04 Mr. Ryan Dunbar ’02 Mr. & Mrs. Kermit S. Eck EDiS Company

Edu-Tech Academic Solutions Mr. Joseph Farkus Franklin Templeton Institutional, LLC Fund Evaluation Group, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Richard H. Gherst II Glenmede Trust Company Mr. & Mrs. George R. Graham, Jr. Dr. Carol Grant-Holmes &   Mr. Bruce Holmes P’94 & ’96 Great Valley Pool Service, Inc. Mr. Samuel D. Hanger Mr. & Mrs. Cecil Hengeveld ’64 Mr. Walker Hoke Mr. Byron C. Hutchinson ’85 Kelsh Wilson Design, Inc. Living Well Chiropractic, LLC Mr. & Mrs. Stephen A. Loney ’97 Marsico Capital Management, LLC Ms. Amanda Masucci Mr. Claude A. Matson Meridian Bank NBL Flooring, Inc. Mr. & Mrs. John Pickering Mr. David L. Reidy Mr. & Mrs. James B. Remaily ’61 Mr. Augustine Repetto The Riley Company Mr. & Mrs. Robert G. Rogers, Jr.

Mr. Michael Russo ’67 Saint Joseph’s University Saul Ewing, LLP Mr. & Mrs. Edwin H. Shafer, Jr. The Rev. & Mrs. Edmund K. Sherrill II Sodexo Spiezle Group, Inc. Mr. Norman Strate Mr. & Mrs. James Tate ’52 Mr. Marc A. Turner TVD INC. Univest Corporation U.S. Piping, Inc. Utica National Insurance Company Mr. & Mrs. Jacques Vauclain Weston Solutions, Inc. Willis of Pennsylvania, Inc. YMCA of the Upper Main Line Zakback Inc.

2011 CFS Golf Classic Gifts-In-Kind Anro Blue Moon Florist Brian Hoskins Ford The Brickman Group, Ltd.

Calista Grand Salon & Spa Hampton Inn Great Valley Market Street Print & Copy

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Rino’s Restaurant & Pizzeria Sheraton Great Valley Hotel Wyndham Garden - Exton Valley Forge

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The Year of the Griffin The Angel Fund The Janet C. Hartzell “Angel Fund” was created in memory of long-time employee and devoted servant, Janet Hartzell. Both the School and Janet’s children (CFS Director of Alumni Relations Lori McDermott, Ginny McCann and Diane Hartzell) established this fund in her honor with an initial investment of what Janet would have received in added incentive had she been able to take advantage of a retirement package being offered by the School. It is intended to help certain families bridge an existing financial gap in tuition fees should their financial circumstances change unexpectedly. Mr. & Mrs. Walter S. Beck ’89 BP Employee Matching Fund Programs Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Forbes F-S Dr. John R. Grunwell III ’60 Ms. Diane L. Hartzell Mrs. Miriam Hook Mr. David C. Lewis ’77

Mr. G. Webber Lewis ’80 Mr. & Mrs. John McCann Mr. & Mrs. Stephen G. McDermott F-S Ms. Janet E. Moyer Ms. Lauren B. Sanford Mr. & Mrs. Michael Sanford Mrs. Theresa Sawyer

Janet Hartzell with her daughter, Lori McDermott, Director of Alumni Relations Mr. & Mrs. William J. Seymour ’78 Ms. Julia Wickland F-S

EITC The Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program allows businesses to receive a tax credit for up to 90% of their Pennsylvania State tax bill for a contribution made to an approved Scholarship Organization such as CFS. The companies below have supported CFS this year through EITC. The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Burns Engineering, Inc. DNB First

Greater West Chester Chamber Education   Foundation IMC Construction

Meridian Bank Philip Rosenau Co., Inc.

Foundations and Organizations The following foundations and organizations have made gifts to CFS this year: AGI Calvary Episcopal Church Christ Church Christ Church & St. Michaels Citadel Federal Credit Union DNB First Draycott Family Foundation Edu-Tech Academic Solutions Great Valley Pool Service, Inc.

Greater West Chester Chamber   Education Foundation Hamilton Family Foundation T. James Kavanagh Foundation Meridian Bank NBL Flooring, Inc. The Philadelphia Foundation The Snowden Foundation Spiezle Group, Inc. St. Peter’s Church

The James Hale Steinman Foundation The John Frederick Steinman Foundation Target Stores Thayer Corporation TQ Consultants Von Langen, LLC Washington Memorial Chapel H. O. West Foundation Weston Solutions, Inc. YMCA of the Upper Main Line

Planned Giving Planned gifts are charitable donations made as part of an investment or estate plan, to provide future support for Church Farm School. We received gifts from the following during this past year: Estate of Charles Allen Wilfred L. Black Trust Estate of J. Mahlon Buck, Jr. Estate of Oscar W. Diverall Ellason & Molly Laird Downs PC Trust George W. Ferguson Trust Under Deed May Hobson Ferguson Trust

Estate of Janet C. Fullmore E. Allen & Adelaide R. Ginkinger   Memorial Trust Frank C. Hagyard Trust Louis and Agnes Hood Charitable    Remainder Unitrust Estate of Elizabeth Lewis

Samuel McCreery Trust Estate of Gerald Morgan, Jr. Lawrence J. Morris Trust Estate of Michael Scott Estate of Betty N. Supplee Helen E. VanSant Trust Finley L. Walton Trust

Matching Gifts The companies below have matched their employee’s contributions to CFS this year: Boeing Gift Matching Program BP Employee Matching Fund Programs Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, Inc.

Endo Pharmaceuticals Inc. GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Nasdaq OMX PHLA, LLC

Riverside Management Group, LLC Time Inc. The Vanguard Group Foundation

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