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Graduation Global Expansion Reunions

Our Greatest Ambassador Alex Smith ’65 and His Exceptional Collegiate Career

Fall 2016


Collegiate School Administration Stephen D. Hickman, Head of School Stacy H. Adams, Director of Communications Charles L. Blair, Jr., Head of Middle School James M. Britto, Chief Information Officer Karen S. Doxey, Director of Athletics Susan R. Droke, Academic Dean Patrick E. Loach, Head of Upper School Deborah I. Miller, Head of Lower School Phyllis Palmiero, Vice President – Finance & Administration James P. Watson, Assistant Head of School Kristen O. Williams, Vice President – Development

Board of Trustees 2016–17

Alumni Association Board 2016–17

John D. O’Neill, Jr., Chairman of the Board Frank F. Mountcastle III ’83, Vice Chairman of the Board John L. Walker III, Immediate Past Chairman of the Board Stephen D. Hickman, President / Head of School Phyllis Palmiero, Treasurer Susan. C. Wiley, Secretary

Sarah Cook Martin ’94, President* Beth Flippo Hutchins ’88, Vice President / President-Elect* Alan Vaughan ’91, Recording Secretary* Barbara Robertson Burke ’68, Corresponding Secretary* Chris Kulp ’84, Finance Chair* Mayme Beth Donohue ’03 and Lizzie Cullen Cox ’00, Annual Fund Chairs* Marshall Schutt ’98, Past President Laura Moore Hall ’68, Town School Representative Evan Ocheltree ’05 and Neely Markel Winston ’98, Volunteer/Community Service Co-Chairs

Stella Crane Alexander ’85** Richard L. Bennett, Jr. ’90 Michael G. Bland ’83 Mark A. Christian ’77 David A. Gallagher Eucharia N. Jackson Peter E. Mahoney, Sr. John W. Martin ’78 Sarah Cook Martin ’94*** Malcolm S. McDonald Gaye C. Montgomery Joan Olmsted Oates* Judy Wagoner Pahren Tracey A. Ragsdale Carter M. Reid C.B. Robertson III* Sheryl A. Robins ’85 Lisa E. Roday Danielle D. Scott L. Mark Stepanian ’89 Wallace Stettinius* Brude D. Stoever Alfred L. Stratford III ’85 Robert S. Ukrop* Michelle P. Wiltshire

Boo Florance Smythe ’56 Barbara Culpepper Townsend ’64 Martha Fleming Moore ’75 Meade Spotts ’75 Jeff Modisett ’78 Charley Scher ’83 Sarah Paxton ’84 John Fallon ’85 Jo Ellen Constine ’87 Jack Woodfin ’87 Clay Coleman ’89 Stephen Spraker ’92 Katherine Thalhimer Adamson ’96 Camp Goodwin August ’99 Liza Jarvis Scott ’99 Sarah Gray Tullidge Innes ’05 *Executive Committee

Erin Egan EDITOR, SPARK ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS Dianne Carter ’04 ASSISTANT EDITOR, SPARK COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER Stacy H. Adams DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS Jennifer Robertson Wilkins ’92 ALUMNI DIRECTOR Stacy H. Adams, Weldon Bradshaw, Alex Smith ’65, Elizabeth Woodroof Cogar ’77 CONTRIBUTORS Weldon Bradshaw, Al Cothran, Taylor Dabney, James Dickinson, Kyle LaFerriere, John O’Neill, Jay Paul, Robin Reifsnider PHOTOGRAPHY Scout Design GRAPHIC DESIGN B&B Printing PRINTING Thanks to all parents, students, alums and friends who share generously of their information, photographs and archives. The Spark is published twice a year by Collegiate School. We welcome letters from readers, though we may not have room to publish them all. Submissions may be edited for publication. Photographs deemed unsuitable in quality by the Spark’s designers may not be included. We make every effort to return photographs shared with us­ – please send high resolution (300dpi) digital images whenever possible (to: spark@collegiate-va.org). Class Notes and Photographs: Please send your news and photographs, and we will use them in an upcoming issue. Digital images must be high resolution (min. 300dpi). ADDRESS Spark Editor Collegiate School / Development Office 103 North Mooreland Road / Richmond, VA 23229 EMAIL spark@collegiate-va.org Visit our website at www.collegiate-va.org PHONE Spark: 804.741.9781 / Alumni Office : 804.741.9718

* Life Trustee ** Parents’ Association President *** Alumni Association President

Alex Smith ’65 receives a framed football jersey in honor of his 47 years of service at the annual faculty-staff All School Meeting in August. See Page 40 for more on Alex Smith.

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AROUND CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS OF SPRING & SUMMER 2016 ................................................................... 04 GRADUATIONS, COLLEGE CHOICES, LEGACY FAMILIES ........................................ 14 DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARDS ............................................................................... 30 FOND FAREWELLS ............................................................................................................. 32 FACULTY AWARDS............................................................................................................... 34 WINTER & SPRING SPORTS ROUNDUP ......................................................................... 35

FEATURES THE CONSUMMATE COUGAR .......................................................................................... 40 Alex Smith ’65, Vice President of Development, retires after nearly 50 years at Collegiate. GLOBAL EXPANSION ......................................................................................................... 48 Starting in Junior Kindergarten and continuing through 12th Grade, Collegiate students learn to become global citizens.

REPORT ON PHILANTHROPY 2015–2016 ............................................. 56 ALUMNI ACTIVITIES LETTER FROM JENNIFER ROBERTSON WILKINS ’92 Director of Alumni & Special Events ....................................................................................... 118 ALUMNI EVENTS ...................................................................................................................... 119 Washington, D.C., New York, Winter Party & Auction, Atlanta, Cedarfield Tea and Caleb Wharton Spring Swing

CLASS NOTES NEWS FROM ALUMNI ............................................................................................................. 130

Cover: Alex Smith ’65 steps back from his role as Collegiate School’s greatest champion.


LETTER FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL ‘Thank you’ is the best prayer that anyone could say. I say that one a lot. Thank you expresses gratitude, humility and understanding. – Alice Walker, novelist

Dear Collegiate School Community, O n A u g. 31 , A l e x S m it h ’ 6 5 , o n e o f the most remarkable Cougars in our School’s history, officially ended his Collegiate career. He left campus that day doing what pleases h i m mo st , sh a r i n g stories and enjoying an ice cream cone with friends. For 47 years, Alex gave everything he had to make our school a better place. On the following pages, you will get a chance to track Alex’s outstanding career, learning about his many accomplishments and achievements. There is much to celebrate. Although his achievements are noteworthy, they alone do not fully tell Alex’s story. It is not what he did but how he did it that is his real legacy. Alice Walker reminds us how powerful a genuine and heartfelt thank you is, bringing people together in a way that few things can. Many times how we convey thanks gives others a window into our souls. When Alex Smith says thank you, he means it. He does it with more gratitude and humility than anyone I have ever known. In doing so, he makes connections and builds relationships that are genuine, unwavering and transformative. Instinctively and authentically, Alex has always known that relationships — what he calls Collegiate’s “secret sauce” — are what change lives. For nearly five decades, he has shared with his Collegiate School family his boundless capacity for connectedness, modeling what it takes to live and grow in community. There is no doubt in my mind that Collegiate School would not be the place that it is today without Alex Smith.

Alex was once asked what he would he like his parting legacy to be. “It’s pretty simple: Just that ‘He loved his school.’” I hope he knows his School loves him. Thank you, Alex, and Godspeed.

GLOBAL EDUCATION EXPANSION In th is ed ition of Spark, be su re to read about t he g r ow t h of ou r Globa l E duc at ion pr og ra m , JK–12th Grade.

WITH GRATITUDE We are also very proud to share with you our Report on Philanthropy 2015–2016. Our community is blessed to have the generous support of so many. On behalf of the Collegiate School community, I thank all of our donors for your continued commitment to Collegiate School. We could not do it without you. We remain most grateful.

TO THE CLASS OF 2016 You leave behind an outstanding legacy. You have distinguished yourselves in the classroom, on the field and stage, and in the greater Richmond community. Thank you for all that you have contributed to the Collegiate School community. The 2016–17 year promises to be another memorable one in the life of this incredible school community. I look forward to our work together. Sincerely,

Stephen D. Hickman Head of School


ALUMNI DATEBOOK All Collegiate alumni are invited to attend the following events. For more information, contact Director of Alumni & Special Events Jennifer Robertson Wilkins at jwilkins@collegiate-va.org.

November

Friday, 4

Oyster Roast

Saturday, 5

HOMECOMING Soccer Game

Tuckahoe Plantation

9:30 a.m.

6–9 p.m.

Robins Campus

Legacy Lunch • Classes of 1915–1965 Centennial Hall • 11:30 a.m. 50th Reunion Lunch

Alumni Office

Homecoming Cookout Between West Gym & Burke Hall

12 p.m.

12:30 p.m.

Homecoming Football Game vs. St. Christopher's School Grover Jones Field • 1 p.m. Reunion Class Parties

Classes ending in 1 and 6

Wednesday, 9

Helen Baker Society Lunch

December

Friday, 2

Pageant Lunch

February

Friday, 3

New York Reunion

Saturday, 25

Winter Party & Auction Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Commonwealth Club

Craigie Board Room

21 Club

12–1 p.m.

7–9 p.m.

5:30 p.m.

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AROUND CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS OF SPRING & SUMMER 2016 In the course of a year at Collegiate, there are hundreds of initiatives, events and accomplishments worth celebrating. We’ve selected a few to share by the numbers ...

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Throughout his award-winning book, The Crossover, Kwame Alexander lists 10 “Basketball Rules.” All relate to life more than the game. T hey speak to the importance of family, prepa ration, goa l-setti ng, playing through to the final buzzer, teamwork, focus, handling pressure and weathering the storm when adversity hits. Mr. Alexander shared more of his reallife wisdom while speaking to Middle School students on May 4. He is the 2015 recipient of the Newbery Medal recognizing the year’s “most distinguished contribution to American literature for children,” as well as the Coretta Scott King Award Honor.

2nd Graders built a 1/ 6 -scale zoo out of paper and invited the entire Lower School to tour their creation of more than 100 animals and 30 engineering projects.

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On April 11, 25 seniors were inducted into the Collegiate chapter of Cum Laude, a national honor society that recognizes academic excellence and citizenship. Head of School Steve Hickman applauded the honorees for exemplifying these traits, which also serve as bedrocks of the Collegiate experience. Congratulations to (front row) Eleanor Giordano, Sarah Whitaker, Annie Bird, Caroline Goggins, Catherine DeVoe, Virginia Harris, Millie DuBose, Aven Jones, May Donahue, Murphy Zaun, Katie Lee, Katherine Reid and (back row) Megan Phillips, Anne Miller, Addie Burke, Christy Bacon, Carson Pinney, Helen Roddey, Thompson Oney, Mait Innes, Grant Willard, Sam Cuthbert, John Hazelton, Charlie Meyer.

T he a r t work of st udent s i n Collegiate’s 14 grade levels, JK–12, was displayed throughout campus for the annual Art Walk on April 11. Families enjoyed perusing the work in a variety of media as well as a picnic and entertainment in Centennial Hall.

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Photo courtesy of The Richmond Forum / P. Kevin Morley

A group of students spent 20 minutes with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson ’07 just prior to his appearance at the Richmond Forum on April 2. He was there, accompanied by then-fiancé Ciara, to learn about his family’s genealogy from Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr., the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the Hutchins Center for African American Research at Harvard University. Russell spoke to the attentive crowd about success, celebrity and family relationships. “Everybody def ines success in a different way,” he said. “Whenever I step on the field, it’s all about winning, and winning the right way. A sustained, consistent, positive approach to the game was a big head start for me. My dad used to say it’s all about that little hash mark between the day you’re born and the day you die. You measure success by all the people you were able to affect.”

A total of 21 Collegiate Upper Schoolers received recognition last spring in the Scholastic Art Awards at the regional level, and the work of three students was selected for review in the national competition. Congrats to sophomores Nate Holdych, Connor McCluskey and Aven Jones ’16 for being selected as Gold Key Winners for their digital artwork.

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At the 4th Grade American Mosaic presentation, 110 students — 19 singers, 8 dancers, 24 artists, 16 speakers and 13 instrumentalists — told the story of our American history from the late 1700s to the early 1800s, from sea to shining sea.

Marla Van Deusen, Seven Hawkins, Thomas Word, Savanna Song, Walker Angus.


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According to Director of College Counseling Brian Leipheimer, Collegiate continues to have an impressive rate of college acceptances. Seniors posted a high overall admit rate of 69% in 2016 (tied for 2nd highest since 1996). Over the past 10 years, that admit rate has been remarkably consistent, fluctuating between 64–70% and averaging two out of every three applications resulting in acceptances. Our admit rates also continued to exceed the institutional rates in every Barron’s benchmark category, this year by an average of 16%. Impressively, 75% of our seniors received at least one acceptance in the top two Barron’s categories — “Most Competitive” and “Highly Competitive” — representing the most selective 7% of all four-year institutions nationwide. In keeping with national trends, our early admit rates (74% Early Decision, 82% Early Acceptance) far outpaced our regular admit rate (45%), while contrary to many independent schools nationwide, only 27% of the class applied Early Decision. More importantly, our seniors continue to pursue and find many great options for “fit.” The recent class of 126 seniors submitted 737

applications to 163 colleges, received 512 acceptances to 141 colleges, and enrolled in 49 colleges in 24 different states, from Maine to California. While the immediate southeast (Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina) maintained supremacy for enrollments at 66%, the wide-sweeping geographic distribution amongst the rest is compelling. Cougars will engage in distinct/highly selective majors ranging from business, economics, engineering, graphic design, interior design, journalism, neuroscience, nursing, physical therapy, pre-med and social work to musical theater and the visual arts; additionally, our 14 recruited athletes will compete in baseball, field hockey, football, lacrosse, soccer, swimming and track. The Class of 2016 received more than $5.1 million in merit scholarship offers, including the prestigious National Merit Scholarship and two elite, full four-year rides: the Robertson (Duke University and University of North Carolina) and the 1693 (College of William & Mary), and also earned spots in nine honors colleges and/or programs.

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Last year’s kindergartners — members of the Class of 2028 — serenaded their 126 seniors (in the class of 2016) with “I Am a Promise,” the classic Lower School song that always brings smiles, and sometimes tears, to the audience. The seniors responded by leading “Hail, Collegiate”

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before departing from Oates Theater with their kindergarten friends to share some special time together over pizza and conversation. A drizzling rain didn’t keep them from some fun and games on the Christian Family Plaza.

Collegiate’s FIRST robotics team, TORCH 5804, was one of 437 rookie teams engaged in this year’s World competition. They were one of 61 teams invited to the FIRST Championship and the only rookie team to have won more than one competition. Said team coach Dan Bartels, “While several teams have created simulations (computer models) of the annual competition game in the past, TORCH 5804 is the only team to have ever created and taken a virtual reality simulation of the game to the World Championship. This drew hundreds of spectators from around the world to our pit at the championship to participate and gave our students and mentors the opportunity to engage with their peers from around the world.”


Collegiate School 10th Graders spent a sunny spring morning bonding with 263 middle school students f rom Hen r ico Cou nty who participated in the annual Special Oly mpics Meet in the M idd le. We’ve host ed Spec ia l Oly mpic s event s for de c ade s, and each year it’s an honor to volunteer as athletes g ive the games their best efforts.

According to Scott Carson, Director of Construction and Building Maintenance, “During the Grover Jones Field turf removal, 162 sections of turf were cut, rolled and loaded onto flatbed trucks. Despite no longer being useful for our field, the turf was shipped to Johnson City, Tennessee, for re-installation at a recreational park. Nine rolls were placed on each truck, for a total of 18 loads. Each section of rolled turf weighed 4,500 pounds, so the Grover Jones Field weighed 729,000 lbs. (364.5 tons).” Now that’s a heavy recycling effort!


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As part of their Senior Project in May, Landon Nott ’16 and Jack Fallon ’16 (left and center), along with Collegiate teacher and Upper School counselor Alex Peavey, helped release 900 Wyoming toads into the wild in Laramie, Wyoming. They also visited Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge in Walden, Colorado, where they camped in a yurt for a week and hoped to view one of the rare sage grouse. (They saw one.) The trip was the culmination of Landon and Jack’s study of the environmental importance of the grouse. “If it goes extinct, it is an indication that we might be losing the entire sagebrush sea, which is home to hundreds of other species such as eagles, owls, hawks, prong-horned antelope, mule deer, elk, moose and prairie dogs,” said Mr. Peavey. See photos on Instagram @360_West.

On April 27, highly acclaimed parenting expert, author and educational psychologist Michele Borba spoke before an audience of 150 at Collegiate’s Centennial Hall. Her topic, directed primarily toward parents, was What Matters in Helping Kids Succeed: Proven Ways Parents Can Foster Empathy, Resilience and Confidence. She delivered her message fervently, earnestly and forthrightly. To many, she was preaching to the choir. After all, empathy, tolerance, caring and respect for diversity are values deeply ingrained in the culture of Collegiate and many, many households that entrust their children to the School. It’s always helpful, though, to consider this immutable fact: Yes, parents do make a difference, their actions are as important as their words and the courage to be true to their convictions is paramount.

Lower Schoolers who participated in Jump Rope for Heart raised $1,596.25 to benefit the American Heart Association.

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Over the summer, 59 Collegiate School Upper School students traveled the globe and made the most of their time outside the classroom. Here’s a roundup of their exciting journeys:

COSTA RICA Seven students participated in a service internship with Collegiate partner program Lacrosse the Nations, an organization that teaches life skills through sports and physical education classes. ICEL AND ( AT RIGHT ) Fourteen students who participated in Collegiate’s special interest club, Outdoor Collegiate, embarked on an experiential learning adventure of hiking, camping, snorkeling, caving and glacier exploring. NICAR AGUA Fourteen Cougars worked with youths at Los Quinchos, a home for children, on a variety of service programs, and learned about the challenges facing the small, close-knit community of San Marcos. SPAIN Families from our partner school in Sevilla, Spain, hosted 16 Collegiate students for a homestay, followed by a homestay in Cadiz. Students attended a language school, visited several cities and even learned how to surf! BELIZE Eight students who are interested in health care careers embarked on a three-week intensive, hands-on learning experience to Belize in partnership with Duke University and Harvard University. While in Belize, the students shadowed health care professionals as they treated patients in clinics and in their homes.

700 On April 16, nearly 500 parent and 200 s tudent volunteers helped run Collegiate’s Village Green Fair. The annual oncampus event, which is open to the community, featured a variety of games and activities, food and shops for all ages.

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From June 27–July 22, 25 high school seniors from 15 schools — including 10 students from Collegiate — gathered to participate in the 39th Cochrane Summer Economic Institute, an intensive program that partners learning about the economy and entrepreneurship through a series of workshops by local business leaders and Collegiate faculty with an immersive group internship. Students worked on projects related to marketing, development, finance, product design, distribution, management, leadership, research and analytical competence. They participated in team-building exercises to strengthen the skills necessary for a career in today’s commercial markets. They also heard from Richmond business experts, who shared case studies and real-world lessons from their careers.

Students also heard from a panel of entrepreneurs, each in different stages of building their Richmond-based small businesses. Another highlight of the program involved collaboration between teams of three to four students with seven for-profit and nonprofit partner organizations including ChildSavers, Indivior, VCUarts, SunTrust and World Pediatric Project. The students were tasked with delivering viable strategies for business projects currently in development. Collegiate rising seniors who participated were Claire Andress, Adam Bowes, Matthew Gelozin, Sam Hunter, Mia Jackson, Gillian Laming, Zachary Moelchert, Claire Murphy, Matty Pahren and Justin Schruijer.

During summer 2016, 160 faculty members participated in professional opportunities to learn and develop new material for their classes.

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The spring play, The Man Who Came to Dinner, was held on April 7–9 at Oates Theater. The production featured 41 students — 23 cast members and 18 technical crew — who worked on set construction, makeup, costumes, sound and lighting.

FACULTY SUMMER GRANTS Over the summer, 19 faculty members received grants for professional development.

Brinkley Grants –

KAREN ALBRIGHT attended the Anja S. Greer Conference on Mathematics and Technology at Phillips Exeter Academy. CRAIG ELY and PAUL LUPINI attended the NSTA STEM Forum and will return to design curriculum. DAVID PRIVASKY created a curriculum for a 2016-17 Human Anatomy course.

Class of ’74 Grants –

MEI DONG and ZHANGYI SHI designed an AP Chinese course, developed Honors Chinese V curriculum and revised Honors Chinese II curriculum.

Alumni Grants – TYLER BOYD redesigned the Upper School Latin curricula for the Level II, III and IV classes. XIN-YI FERGUSSON, HEIDE KNAPIK, ERIN MARCH and LINDA COMBS redesigned a 2nd Grade Spanish, French and Chinese curriculum. SUSAN OVERTON and ALLISON WILLIAMS improved access to the fiction collection in the Lower School library. BRIAN ROSS developed a new elective course, The United States in the 1970s. ASHLEY SIPE redesigned the assessment methods for World History I, II and III.

MONICA JOHNSTON attended the American Association of Teachers of French Annual Conference in Austin, Texas.

Julia Anderson Williams Grants –

ALLEN CHAMBERLAIN and JERE WILLIAMS developed additional curriculum for the Senior Seminar CreateAthon course. SAMANTHA SLATER attended the Bard College Institute for Writing and Thinking Weeklong Workshop in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.

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GRADUATIONS

From left: Seniors Channing Perkins, EJ Patterson, Alex Parham and Emily Spalding revel in the graduation experience.

Upper School Commencement Awards

Rosemary Medal Helen Roddey

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Louise Mattern Coleman Award Dorcas Afolayan

Upper School faculty vote to determine who will receive these awards with the exception of the Rosemary Medal, which is voted upon by the senior girls.

Johnel Tate Poffenberger Award Virginia Harris

Greenbaum Award – Valedictorians Highest four-year academic average Catherine DeVoe, Helen Roddey, Charlie Meyer

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E. Angus Powell Award Harris White Dr. Martha E. Kolbe Award Will Allocca

Charles F. Wiltshire Citizenship Award David Angstadt

Honors Assembly Awards June 7, 2016 Upper School faculty and administration select recipients. Harvard Prize Book Award Price Withers ’17


Wellesley Book Award Matty Pahren ’17 Jefferson Book Award Jane Fergusson ’17 Destana Herring ’17 Brown Book Award Georgia Beazley ’17 Michael Warker ’17 Dartmouth Book Award Mia Jackson ’17 Parker Johnson ’17 Malcolm U. Pitt, Jr. Service Award Jordan French ’16 Civitan Honor Key Clay Bowden ’16 Virginia Courtney Simpson Award Felipe Campos ’17 Elizabeth Bryson Powell Award Sumner Brinkley ’17 William & Mary Leadership Award Excellence Perry ’17

Helen Moon Senior English Award Sarah Whitaker ’16 John Hazelton ’16 Senior Creative Writing Award Emily Spalding ’16 Charlotte Stevens Junior English Award Faith Emba ’17 Felipe Campos ’17 Britten Senior Math Award Murphy Zaun ’16 Gordon Granger ’16 Thompson Oney ’16 Thalhimer Senior French Award Helen Roddey ’16 Senior Spanish Award Ellie Fleming ’16 Senior Latin Award Eleanor Giordano ’16 Senior Chinese Award Tate Schwarzschild ’16 Perrow Senior History Award Helen Roddey ’16 Chris Marshall ’16

Scott Harden Senior Performing Arts Award Aven Jones ’16 Carolyn Levey Music Award Megan Phillips ’16 Best Thespian Award Marlyn Scott ’16 Michael Warker ’17

Margaret Daniel Senior Science Award Caroline Goggins ’16

Technical Theater Award Matthew Zamecnik ’19

Osborne Senior Science Award Charlie Meyer ’16

Dance Award Leilani Porter ’16

Dr. Tapan Hazra Science Award Ashray Namala ’18

Frances Leigh Williams Journalism Award Dorcas Afolayan ’16 Christy Bacon ’16 Carly Hayes ’16 Helen Roddey ’16 Emily Spalding ’16

Hirschler Science Research Award Felipe Campos ’17 Quinn Schebell ’17 Engard Senior Art Award Carly Hayes ’16 Will Davenport ’16

Webb Senior Sportsmanship Award Ellie Fleming ’16

Jake MacNelly Senior Art Purchase Award Sponsored by the Class of 1990 Clay Bowden ’16

Jacobs Senior Sportsmanship Award Sawyer Gaffney ’16 Jed Londrey ’16

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Reed Senior Athletic Award Catherine DeVoe ’16 Outstanding Senior Athlete Award Will Allocca ’16 Richmond Times-Dispatch Scholar /Athlete Award Carson Pinney ’16 John Hazelton ’16

Middle School Graduation Awards June 9, 2016 Recipients are chosen by Middle School faculty.

Science Award Shreya Sharma Joseph Ascoli

Technology Award Avery Schebell Spencer Hurst

Language Awards Latin – Catherine Schwarzschild, Deven Pandya French – Grace Slotterback, Joseph Ascoli Spanish – Gwen Lynch, Andrew Kauders Chinese – Charlotte Palmore, Mac Hester

History Award Charlotte Palmore Quentin Calhoun

English Award Gracie Schutrumpf Davis Jobe Physical Education Award Abby Freeman Peyton Garst

Math Award Avery Schebell Varun Natarajan Highest Academic Average – 8th Grade year Lilly Brand and Connor Webb Highest Academic Average – 4 years Shreya Sharma and Deven Pandya

Hugh H. Addy Award Deven Pandya Director’s Award Connor Romanosky Fry Cup Shreya Sharma Sue Jett Award Grace Slotterback D.A.R. Citizenship Award Carter Lowe Joseph Ascoli Art Award Mo Lyu Jack Bullard Drama Award Madison Flinchum Christopher Grainer Dance Award Anaya Wright Cox Music Awards Guitar/Banjo – Johnny White Piano – Jane Carlton Gremer Band – Andrew Bullock Choral Award Emma Blackwood Davis Jobe

Lower School Head Debbie Miller shares her thoughts at 4th Grade graduation.

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1. 2016 graduates share a laugh during the ceremony. 2. Valedictorian Catherine DeVoe 3. Chairman of the Board John D. O’Neill 4. Orchestra musicians play at Commencement. 5. Valedictorian Charlie Meyer 6. Distinguished Alumni Service Award winner Beth Flippo Hutchins ’88 and Alumni Board president Marshall Schutt ’98

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COLLEGE CHOICES Class of 2016 Sydney Ariah Adams Oluwaseyi Dorcas Afolayan William Neumann Allocca David Jordan Angstadt

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Alexandra Frances Ferrell

University of Virginia

SUNY Oswego

Elizabeth Murray Fleming

University of Delaware

University of Virginia

Catherine Harrison Foster

University of South Carolina

College of William & Mary

Anne Pearson Fox Jordan Elizabeth French

Washington and Lee University

*Christy Elizabeth Bacon

University of Virginia

William Charles Bennett

University of California at Berkeley

William Jackson Berling

University of Alabama

Sawyer Cavan Gaffney

*Anne Elizabeth Bird

University of Virginia

*Eleanor Lyons Giordano

University of Virginia

Claiborne Adams Bowden

University of Virginia

*Caroline Claire Goggins

Dartmouth College

Anne-Bradford Crist Bugg

University of Virginia

Grant Barkley Gorsline

Elizabeth Madison Burger

James Madison University

Draden Shea Gaffney

Charles McClain Graeber

New York University University of Virginia Davidson College

James Madison University Clemson University

*Sarah Addison Burke

University of Virginia

Allison Muriel Grainer

Montana State University

Lauren Denise Byrd

High Point University

Gordon Louis Granger

University of Virginia

John Michael Cantor

College of Charleston

George Stuart Grattan, Jr.

North Carolina State University

Mary Katherine Carr

University of Georgia

Benton Lowe Greer

Washington and Lee University

Thomas Christopher Carr

James Madison University

Finley Cabell Griffin

University of Alabama

Christina Lee Christian

Brandeis University

Morgan Mary Gutenberger

Matthew Scott Colletti

American University

Julia Youngsue Hahn

University of Virginia

Christopher Newport University

Maria Tucker Harris

University of Virginia

University of Miami

*Virginia Lee Harris

University of Virginia

Andrew Trevor Chai Cooper-Stone Tiffany Arnese Crawford Henry Thomas Crowell *Samuel Davis Cuthbert

Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University Princeton University

Carly Addison Reagan Hayes *John Charles Walker Hazelton

Elise Lane Dalton

Tulane University

Mary Katherine Murphy Hilb

Margaret Louis Davenport

Tulane University

Grace Elizabeth Hourigan

William Martin Davenport

Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design

Dominick DeMarco III *Catherine Augustus DeVoe Eleanor Catherine Dillon

James Madison University University of Virginia University of Alabama

Margaret Cary Kell Megan Beverly Kelley

University of Virginia

Charles Kirby Kollmansperger

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Gettysburg College

University of Georgia

*Millie Harding DuBose

University of South Carolina

Elon University

*Sarah Aven Hartwell Jones

Harper Lee Kelly

John McGee Fallon, Jr.

Vanderbilt University

University of Virginia

Vanderbilt University

Bates College

James Madison University

*David Jeremy Maitland Innes

*Mabel Clare Donahue

Emily Guller Erard-Stone

Rhodes College

*Katherine Elizabeth Lee James Frederick Londrey, Jr.

Elon University Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University James Madison University Elon University University of Virginia Washington and Lee University


Peyton Allen Lyons Daniel Walton Makepeace Christopher William Marshall Edwin Sidney Martin IV

University of Virginia Southern Methodist University University of Virginia University of Alabama

John Barber Rusbuldt Kaitlyn Marie Ryan Harrison Tate Schwarzschild Marlyn Fisher Scott

University of Georgia College of William & Mary Elon University

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James Madison University

Penn Caplin Mayhew

Sewanee: The University of the South

Sarah Hedley Smithson

Virginia Commonwealth University

Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

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Princeton University

John Roberts McCracken Ryan Anderson McGloin

University of Virginia

Allison DeBord Smith

Pennsylvania State University

Robert Nash Spencer

Savannah College of Art and Design

Sewanee: The University of the South

Kara Mackenzie Meadows

James Madison University

Megan Tucker Stepanian

University of South Carolina

James Christopher Melnick

James Madison University

Madison Sage Stewart

University of South Carolina

*Charles Garrison Meyer IV

University of Virginia

*Anne Alexandra Miller Kyleigh Ryan Negus Landon Christopher Nott John David O’Neill III

Duke University University of Virginia University of South Carolina Kenyon College

Kelsey Lillian Stratford Claire Power Tate Evelyn Marie Taylor Chelsea Elizabeth Thomas Charles Morgan Tolleson

George Rick O’Shea II

High Point University

Ann Payton Van Winkle

*Michael Thompson Oney

University of Virginia

Maxwell Seaward Vaughan

Alexander Woodward Parham Everett Carl Patterson, Jr. Channing Patterson Perkins, Jr. *Megan Alexandra Phillips *Janie Carson Pinney

Auburn University University of Richmond University of Virginia Auburn University University of Virginia New York University James Madison University

Hampden-Sydney College

Mythili Vigneshwar

University of Virginia

University of Virginia

Daniel Copley Wake

James Madison University

Stephanie Jordan Webb

Texas Christian University

Christopher Newport University Vanderbilt University Washington and Lee University

Eleanor Schaefer Westermann

University of Virginia

*Sarah Tavenner Whitaker

Vanderbilt University

Leilani Ann Porter

James Madison University

Charles Harris White

Kenyon College

Charles Larus Reed IV

James Madison University

David Graham White

Virginia Military Institute

*Katherine Carter Reid

Washington and Lee University

Madeline Keets White

College of William & Mary

John Lawrence Reifsnider, Jr.

Christopher Newport University

William Wallace White

College of Charleston

Benjamin Shaw Rising *Helen Christian Roddey Andrew Earl Roupas Troy Nicholas Roupas Latané Ann Rowland Dalton Adrales Ruh

Virginia Military Institute Princeton University University of Mississippi University of Kentucky Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University University of Virginia

*Howard Arnold Willard IV Winston Lloyd Willett Elizabeth Morgan Wray *Murphy Blaine Zaun

University of Michigan University of Virginia Roanoke College Georgetown University

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1. Jack Fallon with aunt Betsy Fallon Block ’79 and father John Fallon ’85 2. Harper Kelly with father Bill Kelly ’82 3. Anne Pearson Fox with uncle Andrew Fox ’88, aunt Sarah Fox Liverance ’80, father Ted Fox ’86, mother Paige Ingram Fox ’86 and uncles Grey Ingram ’91 and John Fox ’77 4. McClain Graeber with father Jeff Graeber ’79 5. Jack McCracken with father Chris McCracken ’79 and aunt Bootsie McCracken Rogers ’75

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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARDS Each year at Commencement, the Alumni Association honors two Collegiate graduates for their professional and volunteer accomplishments. Alumni Association President Marshall Schutt ’98 presented the awards at Commencement on June 6, 2016.

ANDRÉS NAVARRO HAEUSSLER ’66 Distinguished Alumni Award The Distinguished Alumni Award recognizes a Collegiate alumnus who has excelled in his or her field. This year’s recipient is Andrés Navarro Haeussler ’66, who traveled from his home in Chile to be with us.

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Leroy Vaughan ’66, Charlie McFall, Meg Newell Gottwald ’74, Mike Eisenman ’67 and Tad Thompson ’66 celebrate with Andrés Navarro ’66.

After leaving Sonda in 2013, he stayed active in global business. Last year he took over as president of SalfaCorp SA, a giant engineering, construction and real estate company with operations across Latin America and in Asia. Andrés has been a critical leader in influencing Chilean and Latin American economic and social g rowth, holding board positions in companies in the television, construction, health care and financial services industries. He has been a leader in nonprofit and business groups as well, serving on the boards of the economic group CEAL and San Sebastian University. For 10 years, he chaired

Fundacion Teleton, a nonprofit that sponsors a 27-hour telethon to raise money for children with motor disabilities. A mon g m a ny r e c og n it ion s a nd awards, Andrés received the College of Engineering of Chile Prize in 2010, recognizing his leadership, vision and integrity, and the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. It has been 50 years since A ndrés attended Collegiate, but he has lived a life that exemplifies the values we hold so dear — a Mind that Seeks and a Heart that Serves.


Beth Flippo Hutchins ’88 gathers with her family: Bill Hutchins, Thomas Hutchins ’21 and Will Hutchins ’19.

BETH FLIPPO HUTCHINS ’88 Outstanding Service Award Long before adopting the motto of Minds that Seek. Hearts that Serve, Collegiate was teaching and helping grow students — now alumni — who would spend their lives modeling those strong values, in their careers and in their service to community. We see those values today in our recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Awards.

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ou may never have wondered about the mechanics of communications that help run vital Collegiate parent and alumni groups. You may not have been curious about how online Parents’ Association fundraising works. And if you had a child in the Lower School, you may not have given a second thought to how parents can see and share photos of their children on classroom web pages. But fortunately for all of us, this year’s recipient of the Outstanding Service Award thought about all of those things. She saw opportunities in the nuts and bolts and put her considerable skills to work, in positions she was chosen for, or just because she saw a need and volunteered. She views her Collegiate roles — as a classroom parent, as a leader in the Parents’ Association and as an Alumni Board member — as opportunities to strengthen systems, raise more resources, communicate better and share more school experiences.

Without being asked, she worked in the Lower School to create web-based photo resources for every classroom. She has spent the last six years as publicity chair for the Parents’ Association, taking the initiative to create an internal website system that improved communications and web-friendly resources for events like the annual plant sale and Cougar Holiday Express. She transforms jobs that merely once pushed data out to parents and makes them more efficient, helpful and beneficial to the School. Our recipient is serving on the Alumni Board, currently as finance chair, and as an alumna has been an enthusiastic leader in planning class reunions, volunteering for the Annual Fund and supporting alumni events, such as the Oyster Roast. As friends put it: “She is a terrific ambassador for the School and her love for Collegiate is evident in everything she does” — while never seeking the spotlight for her work. All of this service to Collegiate comes as she works full time at her family’s lumber company, and holds positions on the boards of the Virginia Forest Products Association and the Virginia State Board of Forestry. Our recipient is also the mother of two Cougars, Thomas ’21 and Will ’19. For setting a new standard for volunteerism, this year’s Award for Outstanding Service was given to Beth Flippo Hutchins ’88.

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School students. She was described as “a seeker, initiator and innovator.” Case in point, she helped develop numerous elective offerings including American Mosaic, Madness in Literature and Modern World Literature, the latter of which incorporated an email and Schoology dialogue with author Kota Neelima in India. O ver her 2 3 yea r s, student s a nd colleag ues came and went and much changed, but what endured was the sentiment that attracted her to Collegiate in the first place. “Colleg iate,” she said, “ has been a remarkable place to work.” ***

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alma mater in 1994 as associate director of admission after ser ving in the same role at Hollins College while her husband Brandt attended law school at Washington and Lee University. “I sent my résumé to Rob Hershey not knowing that (Director of Admission) Betsy Lecky had just decided to retire,” Amanda said. “I got really lucky.” T wo yea rs lat er, A ma nda beca me admission director and in 2012 became vice president of advancement, which included admission, development and marketing. She also served as an Upper School student advisor. Amanda always had a feel for the pulse of Collegiate, and she always modeled the humility and integrity that has been part of the school’s culture since Day One. “I’ve received more from this place than I’ve given as far as relationships with unbelievable colleagues and terrific


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Couldn’t ask for anything better.” How would he like to be remembered? “As the person I am,” he said. “A friendly, happy-go-lucky guy. Didn’t mind working.”

D u r i n g h e r 16 y e a r s o n N o r t h Mooreland Road, Sallie, among many duties, chaired the Lower School social studies committee, directed the 1st Grade play and advocated for the stewardship of the environment. She received the Brinkley Grant and the Alumni Grant (twice) and was a recipient of the Martha Schwarz Award. “I love my colleagues, of course,” she said last spring, “and I love the children. I feel like every day I learn as much from the children as they learn from me. I ’m delighted to see the k ind nesses that children show to each other and to their teachers.”

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allie Tinney dedicated her 41 years of teaching to instilling an enjoyment and excitement for reading to elementary school students. “I really love to teach children to read,” she said. “My mom was a children’s librarian, and, like her, I love helping children become lifelong readers.” Sallie, who previously taught at the University of Maryland Lab School and St. Patrick’s Episcopal Day School in Washing ton, D.C., came to Richmond when her daughter Paige Tinney-Reed (also a Collegiate teacher) and her family moved to Central Virginia.

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Alex Smith ’65 retired after 47 years at Collegiate. See The Consummate Cougar on Page 40 for an in-depth look at his extraordinary career.

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FACULTY AWARDS Over the past several months, Head of School Steve Hickman honored deserving faculty. DEBBIE MILLER and VAL SIFF were lauded for 30 years of service and the following eight faculty members received awards for their dedication and passion:

The Class of 1977 Anne Jones Staff Award

The Ann Griffin Award for Excellence in Teaching

BETH KONDOROSSY

STEW WILLIAMSON

The Andrew Jackson Brent Award

The Martha Elizabeth Schwarz Award

JEFF DUNNINGTON

LANESSA WEST

The Craigie Endowment for Teaching Excellence Award (Middle School)

The Oates Endowment for Creative & Innovative Teaching Award

CHRISTINE WALDRON

HOLLY SMITH

The Craigie Endowment for Teaching Excellence Award (Lower School)

The Clarence B. Williams Award

BETH TRACY

TORI O’SHEA

WELCOME, NEW FACULTY & STAFF

Front Row: Kristen Williams, Leah Sievers, Trina Clemans, Will Dunlap, Sarah Baker, Linda Combs, Cindy Bowling, Sydney Pender, Shirley Bogaev. Back Row: Del Harris, Erin Egan, Patrick Loach, Leigh Thompson, Louis Fierro, Meg Dalrymple, Brent Miller, Cameron Evans, Chris Williams, Catherine Clements, Cheryl Gahagan, Andrew Reich, Elizabeth Jackson, John Dau, Jana Barnes.

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There were myriad individual highnother school year is in the book, and the record shows lights this past spring. Among them, that Collegiate’s varsity ath- Virginia Harris ’16 broke the 19-yearletic teams won two League of old 800-meter record (2:23.53), Ah’rea Independent Schools, one Prep League Jones ’17 was the LIS and state champ and two Virginia Independent Schools in the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles outdoors (as well as the 55 hurdles indoors), Athletic Association championships. It shows that Collegiate earned the and lacrosse stalwarts Jed Londrey ’16 Prep League Sportsmanship Award for (500 ground balls) and Jack Rusbuldt ’16 (1,019 saves) set program standards the fourth time in the past six years. It shows that the cross country, bas- that will be tough to match. ketball, boys’ lacrosse, golf and tennis “There were so many moments when teams earned the sportsmanship awards our students did us proud through sheer improvement and outstanding accomin their respective seasons. It shows a third-place finish in the plishment,” said athletic director Karen Doxey. “The hallmark of our program is Director’s Cup standings. It shows that Collegiate was one of only role players and stars working well as two co-ed schools in the Commonwealth a team. That’s what coaches emphasize. in which every varsity squad qualified That’s what we expect of our athletes. for end-of-season, state-level competition. And, of course, we’re always proud of the This past spring, the baseball team set sportsmanship that our athletes and a program record for victories (22) and coaches display.” – Weldon Bradshaw won titles in the Prep League (first since 2005) and state (first since 1996 when its coach, Andrew Slater ’96, starred for the Cougars and earned Richmond T imes-Dispatch Player of the Yea r honors). Girls’ swimming won its fifth consecutive LIS and VISA A championships and a slew of athletes earned postseason honors at the league, state, regional and even national level. 1. Mia Jackson ’17 2. Caroline Curtis ’19

Spring 2016 SOCCER 6-9-2 2-2-1 LIS

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All-LIS Mia Jackson ’17, Maya Jackson ’19 All-VISAA, First Team Mia Jackson All-VISAA, Second Team Maya Jackson

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Prep League Champion VISAA Champion 2nd in Times-Dispatch Top 10

All-Prep David Angstadt ’16 (player of the year), Will Allocca ’16, Ben Greer ’16, Evan Justice ’17 Prep Coach of the Year Andrew Slater ’96 All-VISAA, First Team Allocca, Angstadt, Justice All-VISAA, Second Team Greer VISAA Coach of the Year Slater Times-Dispatch All-Metro, First Team Angstadt Times-Dispatch All-Metro, Second Team Justice

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4th in LIS 4th in VISAA

All-LIS Ah’rea Jones ’17 (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles), 4 × 100 relay (Jones, Brigid O’Shea ’17, Emily Mendelson ’18, Madeline White ’16) All-VISAA, First Team Jones (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles) All-VISAA, Second Team O’Shea (high jump)

Times-Dispatch All-Metro, First Team DeVoe, Pinney, Sinnott

All-VISAA, Honorable Mention 4 × 100 relay (Jones, O’Shea, Mendelson, M. White), 4 × 800 team (Mohini Johri ’19, Gracie White ’20, Carson White ’17, Virginia Harris ’16)

Times-Dispatch All-Metro, Second Team Marcus

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BOYS’ TRACK & FIELD 5th in Prep League 6th in VISAA

All-VISAA, Second Team 4 × 800 relay (John Hazelton ’16, Kirby Kollmansperger ’16, David White ’16, William Bennett ’16) All-VISAA, Honorable Mention Jess Speight ’17 (shot put) Times-Dispatch All-Metro Speight (shot put)

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TENNIS 9-5

3rd in Prep League VISAA Quarterfinalist 3rd in Times-Dispatch Top 10

All-Prep Dorsey Ducharme ’18, Scott Phillips ’18, Winston Willett ’16 Prep League Coach of the Year Karin Whitt

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Times-Dispatch All-Metro, Second Team Martin US Lacrosse (Virginia-Private) All-American Rusbuldt US Lacrosse (Virginia-Private) Academic All-American Londrey US Lacrosse (Virginia-Private) Bob Scott Award Rusbuldt Prep League Sportsmanship Award

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LIS Champion VISAA Champion

All-LIS 200 medley relay (Emily Erard-Stone ’16, Caroline Hall ’18, Jasmine Harper ’17, Katie Ryan ’16, Cristina Muncy ’17), Sydney Lenz ’17 (500 freestyle) LIS Coach of the Year Mike Stott

INDOOR SOCCER Green 12-3-2

Valentine’s Classic Semifinalist

Gold 4-9-3

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4th in Prep League 7th in VISAA All-Prep Andrew Scott ’18 (diving)

All-VISAA Scott, Sam Cuthbert ’16 (100 backstroke, 200 freestyle)

BOYS’ INDOOR TRACK

4th in Prep League 5th in VISAA

Times-Dispatch All-Metro Scott (first team), Cuthbert (second team) All-American Cuthbert (100 backstroke)

All-VISAA, Second Team 4 × 800 relay (Kirby Kollmansperger ’16, John Hazelton ’16, David White ’16, William Bennett ’16) Times-Dispatch All-Metro Jess Speight ’17 (shot put), 4 × 200 relay (Charlie Tolleson ’16, Willie Hunter ’17, Cole Eck ’17, Excellence Perry ’17)

VISAA Diving Coach of the Year Diane Maiese

BOYS’ BASKETBALL 13-15 5th in Prep League 12th in VISAA All-Prep Berkeley Geho ’17, Evan Justice ’17 Prep League Coach of the Year Alex Peavey Prep League Sportsmanship Award

Fall Season Sawyer Gaffney ’16 was named to the NSCAA High School All-American team as well as the Richmond TimesDispatch All-Metro team.

1. Virginia Harris ’16 2. Alex Britto ’17 3. Tierra Morris ’18 4. Emily Erard-Stone ’16 5. Jed Londrey ’16

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For nearly 50 years, Alex Smith has personified Collegiate and its values of honor, love of learning, excellence, respect and community. The School has experienced unprecedented growth during his tenure, and the results of his passion and dedication can be seen around every corner. As our School’s greatest ambassador, even in retirement, his influence will be felt for years to come. We invite you to peruse the following pages filled with photos of his friends and family.

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From Junior Kindergarten through 12th Grade, our students are learning to become global citizens — discovering and exploring connections with the local community and around the world — on their way to becoming creative thinkers and dynamic leaders.


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s a 9 t h Grader, A l l ie D ou ma ’15, r e m e m b e r s hea r i ng st or ies f rom her fellow Collegiate students about their exciting international travels. Those reminiscences inspired her to embark on her own trip overseas to Cambodia, as part of a Collegiate collaboration with seven other private schools across the U.S. the summer after her sophomore year. While there, she discovered Cambodia’s rich history and visited with various nongovernmental organizations to learn about their work. “I got to meet amazing students from all over,” Allie said. “I’m so glad that Collegiate gave me the opportunity to explore Cambodia and see the impact those organizations had on the community.” A fter her Cambodian adventure, “I was addicted to the global education program,” Allie said. “It was the highlight of my Collegiate career.” Indeed, Collegiate School has sought for the past six years to make a broader worldview an integral part of every student’s experience in some way; and as we forge a path into the

School’s next 100 years, the enthusiasm and innovation around these efforts are both welcomed and relevant. “ T he development of Colleg iate’s global engagement can be seen in all areas of the school,” said Clare Sisisky, Director of Responsible Citizenship. “As parents and students partner with faculty to think about essential learning experiences, our tremendous growth has been in our unique partner school programs that connect our students with their peers around the world. T hrough these sustained and meaningful school-t o -school pa r tnerships, our Collegiate c om mu n it y i s now a global network and our students benefit greatly f rom the oppor tu n ity to engage on campuses worldwide.”

Carolyn Villanueva’s 4th Grade class begins their study of immigration by exploring stories about themselves, their families and community members. Below: Ben Greer ’16 and Dalton Ruh ’16 make friends in Nicaragua on an international trip in 2015.

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A Meaningful Visit

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n April 2016, Martine Tchitchiche, a native of Cameroon who risked her life to receive an education, spent two days visiting Collegiate to share her experiences with students. She met with Upper Schoolers and Middle Schoolers and explained how she grew up one of 18 children in northern Cameroon, in a culture that expects women to forgo school in favor of marriage and motherhood. In 2014, Ms. Tchitchiche was forced to flee Cameroon after a dozen men believed to be members of the Islamic terrorist group Boko Haram attacked her as she walked home from class at the University of Maroua. “They left me for dead and I didn’t want know what to think,” she said. “It’s hard to talk about it.” A short time later, she came to the U.S. for a teaching-exchange opportunity in Fergus Falls, Minnesota, and eventually was granted asylum by the U.S. She has been accepted into the Ph.D. program at the University of Pennsylvania, where she is pursuing her studies in women’s and children’s rights. A primary reason for her visit to Collegiate was to celebrate the release of Pagne Pals: A Story of Cross-Cultural Curiosity and Friendship. She helped translate this children’s book about life in Cameroon into French. It was penned by Collegiate Lower School art teacher Holly Smith and illustrated by students in Smith’s 2nd Grade Studio Two Art classes. Ms. Tchitchiche told the 2nd Graders about her favorite books as a young girl, and she encouraged Collegiate Upper Schoolers to always value reading and learning. “Somewhere across the world people are fighting and working hard just to bring home a book. Don’t take for granted the available education,” she said. – Stacy H. Adams For more information on Martine Tchitchiche, please visit www.martineoutofafrica.org. To purchase copies of Pagne Pals: A Story of Cross-Cultural Curiosity and Friendship, visit the Cougar Shop.

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n 2015, Collegiate brought together its mission-minded endeavors for students, long a part of the School’s identity, as the Responsible Citizenship initiative. The initiative is comprised of eight pillars, each of which permeates throughout a student’s education at the School, and under that umbrella Mrs. Sisisky advances her longstanding work related to global education, cultural competency and citizenship. Supporting these efforts are Erica Coffey, Director of Global Engagement and Inclusion; A nne Mountcastle Rusbuldt ’85, Special Programs Manager for Responsible Citizenship; and John Dau, Global Scholar-in-Residence. [See True Global Perspective on Page 55.] Colleg iate’s Globa l Education prog ra m encourages students to view the world as interconnected, to acknowledge differences but understand the real commonalities that exist between cultures and individuals. As the world becomes even more connected, Mrs. Sisisky says, a global education that encompasses different perspectives and ideas helps prepare our students to engage in whatever dynamics they may experience. “At every grade level, we’re building upon the grade before as an intentional part of our JK–12 curriculum,” she said. “In today’s complex, rapidly changing world, no matter what field our students pursue, they will have more opportunities if they are prepared to communicate and collaborate with partners around the world. We want to ensure that we equip our students with the skills to thrive in a global context.” Tangible examples of this mission in action continue to grow and create excitement.

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i nce 2013, Holly Smith’s Studio Two 2nd Grade classes have combined global education, art and social entrepreneurship through a partnership with Jam’s Academy in rural Cameroon. Students begin the class exchanging letters and drawings to get to know each other and learn about each other’s lives. “To have a connection with children from a different country and ethnic background is important,” said Mrs. Smith, who received the Virginia Association of Independent School’s 2015 Innovation in Education Award last fall. “It’s good to see the differences but to realize there are common things they share. It’s also


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s a member of the inaugural 2011–12 International Emerging Leaders Conference, William A ndrews ’12 describes participating in the nine-day program as a transformative moment in forming his future career path. “ Ta k i n g pa r t i n t he I nt er n at ion a l Emerging Leaders Conference challenged the way I see the world,” he said. “It not only awakened one of my passions, it also made me more of a critical thinker in that I actively consider multiple solutions to problems and challenges rather than just a typical expected solution. I walked away knowing that I wanted to work to improve connections between international youth.” The IELC in fall features a senior seminar for up to 18 students and the hosting of about 40 high school students from 11 to 12 nations worldwide. The international guests live with Collegiate host families and spend their time at Collegiate working in cross-cultural teams to create solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues. The fall program represents one offering of Collegiate’s International Emerging Leaders Program, which also includes the International Emerging Leaders: Americas program and the International Emerging Leaders: Asia program. As the centerpiece of Collegiate global education, the International Emerging Leaders Program actively

important for the Cameroonian students to have this view of Americans.” Collegiate 2nd Graders then create picture frames, hair ties and pins made from traditional Cameroon textiles for an African Market, held in December. Funds raised at the market go toward buying books for Jam’s Academy. The first year, the market raised more than $2,000. Last year, Mrs. Smith and her students released a children’s book, Pagne Pals: A Story of CrossCultural Curiosity and Friendship. Mrs. Smith wrote the story, which follows a Collegiate and a Cameroonian student as they wonder about each other’s life, and her students provided the illustrations. Martine Tchitchiche, a Cameroon refugee who is working on a graduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania, translated the book into French and met with the student authors when she visited Collegiate last April. [See A Meaningful Visit, opposite.] The Studio Two curriculum has expanded to look at other cou ntr ies, including T urkey, Guatemala and Nepal, but the emphasis remains on Cameroon. And, Mrs. Smith says, her students soak up the experience. “This type of study widens their world in many ways,” she said. “It is one of the high points of the year and they really do take it with them. It has become a very enriching thing for me and for my students. It’s pretty powerful.” From top: Holly Smith’s 2nd Grade class holds an African Market in December; As part of the International Emerging Leaders Conference, Allie Douma ’15 presents a solution to an issue facing the world; The inaugural 2011–12 IELC participants gather at Collegiate.

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From top: In Morocco in 2011–12, Collegiate students take in the sights; William Andrews ’12 hangs out with his Moroccan host brother; and Austin Spivey ’12 participates in a French class.

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engages a total of about 100 Collegiate seniors and ju n iors each yea r wh ile engaging the entire school community with 65 visiting international students. W i l l i a m , a F u l b r i g ht Fellow currently teaching English i n Ho de n h a g e n , Germany, says he’ll never forget the tight bonds formed between students from Israel and Morocco, two countries without diplomatic relations. “Meeting each other broke down stereotypes that had been built up in their heads,” he said. “Obser ving this had a huge impact on me. For this reason, I decided I wanted to work to improve c u lt u r a l u nde r s t a nd i n g between nations.” In addition to William, two other members of the inaug ural 2011–12 IELC have continued on an international path. Cole Phillips ’12 is currently a Fulbright Fellow in Jordan and Austin Spivey ’12 earned a Boren Scholarship to study Arabic in Oman. Ben Greer ’16, an IELC participant in fall 2015, still speaks daily to one of his fellow conference attendees from Morocco. “Despite our differences, we learned that we are pretty similar and became such good friends,” he said. “We are at a time in the world when there is a lot of fear. It’s important to understand different cultures at an early age so we don’t form the wrong impression.” Allie Douma, mentioned above, served as a junior ambassador and senior ambassador for IELC. She counts it among her best experiences while at Collegiate. “IELC teaches you how to empathize with people of other cultures to find solutions to some of the hardest questions to answer,” she said. Allie, who spent a year in Senegal after graduating from Collegiate, will spend her first semester at Colby College overseas in Dijon, France, engag ing in global studies and environmental studies. While she

has not made a definitive decision on her future career, she believes the foundation provided by Collegiate will allow her to flourish. “ I EL C a nd t he Globa l E duc at ion pr o gram have given me the skills that I need to succeed and work with a diverse group of people,” Allie said. “I am very excited to see where that takes me.”

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o r 10 years, Middle School French teachers Monica Johnston and Maria Benson have led their 8th Grade students on 10-day tours of various areas of France. “The goal is to give them their first foray into a foreign country,” Madame Johnston said. Four years ago, however, a new opportunity arose when St. Denis School in Loches, France, approached Collegiate to partner in a student exchange program. So today, French students travel to Richmond for several weeks, stay in homes of Collegiate families and attend classes and athletics. Then, Collegiate students travel to France over spring break, attend classes at St. Denis School and experience French hospitality with host families. Last winter, two Upper School and six Middle School students from St. Denis School visited Collegiate. When they departed, nine Collegiate 8th Graders, along with Mesdames Benson and Johnston, returned with them to France. While traveling, Collegiate students are required to speak only French from the time they board the airplane until they return home and go through U.S. Customs. “When the French see these American students speaking the language, there is a certain respect


GLOBAL IS LOCAL

Global education can happen close by, as our students discover by working on projects in their own neighborhood. Tuckahoe Y’s STAR Project

A group of seniors piloted a new program last spring with the Tuckahoe YMCA’s refugee tutoring project for Byrd Middle School (now Quioccasin) students called Strengthening Teens Academically and Recreationally (STAR). Beyond the afternoon tutoring of refugees new to the U.S., Collegiate students helped the YMCA consider how to expand and improve STAR. They developed a volunteer manual and curriculum materials, which were shared by the YMCA’s administrators at an international conference. In addition, some of our students were hired to help run the YMCA’s summer programs. In 2016–17, students’ involvement will expand to two semesters.

Saturday Academy

Middle and Upper School Spanish teacher Esperanza Soria-Nieto decided to bring the language to life for her Upper School AP Spanish students by giving them an opportunity to meet and assist ESL (English as a Second Language) students in Richmond. The Saturday Academy was born, and her students began volunteering every Saturday morning at Oak Grove-Bellemeade Elementary School to help elementary students with homework. The Collegiate students also spent time engaging the young students in fun activities and learning about the Hispanic culture. The Saturday Academy continues this year, and Mrs. Soria-Nieto believes her students are gaining as much as they are giving.

TEDxYouth@RVA

Collegiate students posing with their STAR pupils; working on homework at Saturday Academy; participating in TEDxYouth@RVA

Collegiate continues to participate in TEDxYouth Day by serving as the lead host for TEDxYouth@RVA. The School and members of the TEDxYouth senior seminar class will invite youths from across the metro area to campus in mid-November for the third annual event. Our students have partnered with seniors from Glen Allen High School, George Wythe High School and James River High School to organize the Richmond event and to spread the word that it is free and open to the general public. While our students and their partners focus on filling Oates Theater with an audience eager to hear from compelling young speakers who live in the Richmond metro area, students in 17 other countries will be simultaneously hosting events. Many will be live-streamed — including TEDxYouth@RVA — so that anyone can learn about issues important to teens around the world. This year’s theme is What Now? Collegiate head librarian Allen Chamberlain and faculty member Rhiannon Boyd, who teach the class, hope that those who have collaborated to plan the event from beginning to end will not only be mindful of the importance of local connections and collaboration, but also see how their efforts in Richmond are connected to a global movement that can lead to global impact. “As organizers of TEDxYouth@RVA, students are engaged in planning a community event that requires that they take time to understand the place we call home: Richmond,” Ms. Chamberlain said. “The students immerse themselves in learning about the diversity of the Greater Richmond community and the ideas, people and organizations that contribute to its present and will be critical to the future. TEDxYouth@RVA is about young people, their interests, dreams and commitment to making the world a better place and their belief in ideas worth spreading.”

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Above: Collegiate students embark on their journey to St. Denis School in Loches, France. Right: Members of Carolyn Villanueva’s 4th Grade class play math games with a student from Ridge Elementary School.

“They learn to problem solve,” Madame Johnston said. “They are growing and becoming responsible citizens, thinking for themselves, respecting others and realizing that there are many different ways of living and seeing the world.” And for the first time this year, St. Denis has sent an Upper School student to Collegiate to spend the fall semester with a host family, while that family’s Upper Schooler is studying at St. Denis and living with a host family in Loches.

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developmentally they are at the age when they can make deeper connections. And they really can begin to become global thinkers.” Mrs. Villanueva begins the study segment by first having students explore their own family stories. Then, she introduces other people’s stories and their journeys to the U.S. through books and the study of three novels: Inside Out & Back Again by Thanhha Lai; The Orphan of Ellis Island by Elvira Woodruff and Letters from Rifka by Karen Hesse. Last October, current parents, students and other members of the Collegiate community joined in the discussion and shared their immigration experience with the 4th Graders. Guests included Collegiate mom and VCU student Mera Sabha (Syria); Mandarin teacher Xin Yi Fergusson (China); VCU student Ezoza Nomazova ’13 (Uzbekistan); Vicky Schiff (Romania), grandmother of Emma (5th) and Hannah (1st) de Witt; Chase Sahingur (5th) and his father Emre Sahingur (Turkey); and Farzaneh Milani (Iran), grandmother to Leila (2nd) and Luca (K). “The kids started to see common threads,” Mrs. Villanueva said. “They already connected themselves to their classmates and they began to see how the Collegiate community was very diverse with lots of global stories.” The 4th Graders interviewed Meg Billett, Youth Programs Coordinator for the Tuckahoe Family YMCA, to gain a better understanding of the needs of the local immigrant population. They also talked to an English as a Second Language teacher at Ridge Elementary School, less than three miles away, to assess the needs of students there. Armed with this information, the class designed and organized a service project for the refugee community — a coat drive that collected more than 100 pieces of outerwear.


“ You give them the background, lay down connections can happen anywhere. They exist t he seeds a nd a l l of a sudden t hey a re right in your own backyard, she says. “The potential that lies within each person’s invested,” Mrs. Villa nueva said. “ T his is about them. This is about their classmates. story can be so powerful and so great and can This is about Collegiate and now this is about lead to great things,” Mrs. Villanueva said. “There is value in everyone’s story. And it can their neighborhood.” This year, Mrs. Villanueva plans to follow a lead and connect us all. That’s really what I hope similar curriculum model and hopes to expand to teach my students. – Elizabeth Woodroof Cogar ’77 the relationship with Ridge Elementary so contributed to this story. that her students understand that global

TRUE GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

John Dau, a humanitarian and former Sudanese “Lost Boy,” is Collegiate’s Global Scholar-in-Residence. In this role, Mr. Dau will work directly with JK–12th Grade students, serve on the team that facilitates our International Emerging Leaders program and share his perspective with our entire community.

Q: You visited Collegiate for the first time in April 2015 and decided to return this year with your family. What drew you to the School? A: My best friend (Collegiate alum and current parent) Mike Henry ’84 invited me to Collegiate. When I came, I saw a nice place and so many (backpacks) lying around. I asked Mike, ‘Why are there bags everywhere? ’ He said, ‘This is the culture of this school. Honesty and integrity and accountability are very important. So if you leave your bag here and come back tomorrow, you’ll find it in the same place, and no one would have looked into or taken it.’ I said, ‘This is wonderful. This is the right place for my children to grow and incorporate this kind of culture into their education. I have visited many, many schools (as a speaker), and I have never found a school that has such a nice environment.

Q: What do you hope to bring to Collegiate? A: The department I will be working with is Responsible Citizenship. I like the name. What Responsible Citizenship means to me is that everyone is responsible for doing something positive for one another. For me, that’s the work I do outside of the School — helping people in Sudan. At Collegiate, I see myself as a bridge — bringing more ideas and different ideas about how students here can grow and (experience) and serve in the world.

Q: In three word or phrases, who is John Dau? A: John Dau is someone who is ready to learn, ready to contribute and ready to participate.

Q: What do you hope Collegiate students gain by coming to know you and the mission of your work? A: I hope the students take away the idea that they can go through a tough time, but still come out well. Students here may have a difficult life, or their parents may have a difficult life … but when I tell them who I am, I hope they will see me as an example of (what it means to be) a responsible citizen. I hope they will take me as a success of the (American) melting pot. If I can do it, the students here can succeed as well. – Stacy H. Adams


2015–2016 Report on Philanthropy

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DEVELOPMENT OFFICE Kristen Williams Vice President, Development Lauralee Glasgow Allen ’03 Associate Director of Alumni and Special Events Susan Brizzolara Winter Party and Auction Assistant Michael Brost ’85 Director of Development Dianne Carter ’04 Communications Officer Maria Cobb Donor Relations Manager Sarah Cowles Associate Director of Annual Giving Anna Frazer Development Assistant Shep Lewis ’96 Director of Annual Giving Pam Roberts Winter Party and Auction Coordinator Jennifer Robertson Wilkins ’92 Director of Alumni and Special Events

PHONE Development Main Number 804.741.9706

DISCLAIMER We have tried in every way possible to make these lists correct and to credit each person who contributed to Collegiate during the 2015–16 fiscal year. If we have made an error, we apologize. We sincerely thank you for your ongoing support of the School.

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Annual Fund & Leadership Gift Clubs

Friends Contributing to the Annual Fund

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Parents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Endowment and Capital Giving

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Endowed Scholarships and Funds

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Grandparents Contributing to the Annual Fund

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Faculty/Staff Contributing to the Annual Fund

$1,836,948

2015–2016 Annual Fund Total We are extremely grateful for the tremendous generosity of our alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff and friends. Your support of the Annual Fund impacts the lives of our students in meaningful ways. Thank you! –SHEP LEWIS, DIRECTOR OF ANNUAL GIVING


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Development Committee Chair Dear Friends, As a parent and Trustee, I am reminded on a daily basis of what makes Collegiate such a special place — an exceptional learning environment supported by faculty, parents, alumni and friends who enrich the lives of our students. Your kindness enables us to implement exciting new program offerings, attract and retain the best educators and empower our students to make a difference in the world around them.

Kristen Williams, Vice President of Development, and Brude Stoever, Development Committee Chair

On the following pages we recognize and celebrate the many individuals who contribute to our vibrant community. I am very thankful to our tireless volunteers who helped in the classroom, on the field, at special events such as Village Green Fair and the Winter Party, and in countless other ways.

I would be remiss if I didn’t recognize Alex Smith for his significant contributions to Collegiate over his remarkable 47-year career. The impact of Alex’s vision, leadership and contributions can be felt all across campus and beyond. I hope you read about Alex’s many accomplishments that are highlighted throughout this issue.

I am extremely touched by the generosity of those who have contributed to Collegiate. This year, 2,047 loyal alumni, parents and friends contributed a total of $1,836,948 to the Annual Fund. I am humbled and inspired by your philanthropy.

I am also delighted to welcome Kristen Williams to the Collegiate community as our new Vice President of Development. Kristen brings tremendous development experience to Collegiate and I hope you will have the chance to meet her soon. She joins me in thanking you for your generous support.

Annual giving is a cornerstone of a Collegiate education and participation at every level is so important. This year, gifts of $250 and less totaled $133,710 of essential funding. Every gift is meaningful. I am grateful to our faculty who motivate, inspire and challenge our students. I also applaud them for once again achieving 100% participation in the Annual Fund – for the sixth consecutive year! It is so touching that those who work with our students each day are willing to invest in the school with a gift and I am thankful for their commitment.

It’s been an exceptional year and I thank you again for making Collegiate a priority. It is an honor to serve you.

Sincerely,

Brude Stoever Development Committee Chair

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Annual Fund Leadership and Gift Clubs The Leadership and Gift Club levels recognize those alumni, parents, grandparents, friends, foundations and corporations who made gifts of $250 or more to the 2015–16 Annual Fund (July 1-June 30).

ANNUAL FUND LEADERSHIP CLUBS For gifts of $1,000 or more PARAT DITAT DURAT (Prepare, Enrich, Endure) $15,000 or more Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Bland 1983 Burford Leimenstoll Foundation, Inc. of Betty Sams Christian Collegiate School Alumni Association Marie G. Dennett Foundation, Inc. Mr. Stanley F. Druckenmiller 1971 Mrs. Ann Winfree Gooch 1962

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. P. Johnson III Mr. Michael S. Laming and Ms. Janet K. Dibbs Massey Foundation Mrs. Alden Ramsey McDaniel 2000 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm S. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Ramsey Mr. Stephen Garrett Ramsey 2003

Mr. Gregory C. Robins 1983 Ms. Sheryl A. Robins 1985 Robins Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Brude D. Stoever Mrs. Carol Thalhimer The Carol M. & Charles G. Thalhimer, Jr. Foundation Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation

1915 Founders Club $10,000 - $14,999 Asia Society Mrs. Camp Goodwin August 1999 Mrs. Ann Lee Saunders Brown 1936 Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cabaniss III 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Callaghan Louise B. Cochrane Charitable Foundation Estes Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Farrell Mrs. Edythe Reed Funsten 1948 Mr. J. Christopher Gilman 1982 Ms. Martha Estes Grover 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Reginald N. Jones Mr. Michael Todd Morchower 1989 Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. O’Neil

The Page Auto Group Mr. and Mrs. David B. Pahren Mr. and Mrs. E. Claiborne Robins, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. Mark Stepanian 1989 Mr. and Mrs. W. Hildebrandt Surgner, Jr. 1983 Rob and Shannon Ukrop 1988 Mr. and Mrs. R. Gregory Williams 1969

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cullen Cymaron Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Darling Dominion Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Donahue, Jr. 1975 Mrs. Alice Collins Fruth 1997 Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ginn

Mr. W. Bagwell Goode III* Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Goodwin 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. Goodwin 2003 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Goodwin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter Goodwin III 1987 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Gottwald 1972, 1974 Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Hall, Jr.

Torch Club $5,000 - $9,999 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Tiffany Bohm Armstrong 1986 Eda H. Cabaniss Charitable Lead Unitrust Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Christian 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Clarke Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Congdon 1978 Conquest, Moncure & Dunn, Inc.

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Molly and Robert Hardie 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Hickman Hunton & Williams, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Basil L. Hurst III Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Jackson Mrs. Anne McCormack Jones 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Leighton A.C. Klevana 1987, 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Koonce Lower School Parents Night Fall Library Book Fund Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Marchetti, Sr.

Ms. Boodie Wiltshire McGurn 1971 Mr. and Mrs. John D. O’Neill, Jr. Mr. Nelson C. Pollard Mr. William H. Reeves and Ms. Deborah K. Berger 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Reid III Mr. J. Sargeant Reynolds, Jr. 1980 Virginia Sargeant Reynolds Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Domenick J. Ronga Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Sisisky

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Stallings Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stettinius Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Stratford III 1985 Ms. Nancy M. Taylor Barbara J. Thalhimer & William B. Thalhimer, Jr. Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Willard III Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wiltshire 1967, 1967 Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Wiltshire, Jr. 1964 Mr. and Mrs. John W. Woods, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Garson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hilb Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Hourigan Mrs. Sarah Gray Tullidge Innes 2005 Bradley P. and Gayle L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. John B. Jung, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Lansing Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lynch Mr. Michael E. Mendelson and Ms. Shannon M. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Mountcastle III 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Julian T. Ottley 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Pauley Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Proutt, Jr. 1998 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Pruitt 1971 Mr. and Mrs. John M. R. Reed 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Crit T. Richardson 1975, 1976

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Rigby 1993 Mrs. L. Gerald Roach Mr. and Mrs. David G. Shuford 1971 Mr. David Smith and Mrs. Beth Vetrovec Smith 1990 Mr. and Mrs. W. Gray Stettinius 1979, 1979 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Syer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Adam R. Thalhimer 1997 Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Thalhimer 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Tullidge, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Van Deusen Mr. and Mrs. John L. Walker III Mr. Richard Watkins Wiltshire III 1997 Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wiltshire, Jr. 1992 Ms. Carolyn Levey Winks 1978 Dr. Charlotte B. Woodfin and Mr. John H. Woodfin 1987

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bradshaw III 1992 Mr. Clyde W. Bradshaw Brent Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Brown Mrs. Nancy Kennon Bruchbacher 1975 Mrs. Barbara L. Bruckart Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Buell Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Calamita III Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Campbell 1987, 1992 Carneal-Drew Foundation Mrs. E. Reed Carter 1950 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Carter 1974, 1974 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Mason T. Chapman 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Chasen Ms. Roxanne Cherry

Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Christian 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Cobb Ms. Katherine Meyers Cohen 1969 Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Conquest Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Cosgrove Mrs. Lizzie Cullen Cox 2000 Mr. and Mrs. Bryan S. Cram Mr. and Mrs. James B. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Cullen 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Dabney Dr. and Mrs. John M. Daniel III 1970 Mrs. William M. Davenport, Sr. 1944 Mr. and Mrs. John G. Davenport Mrs. Robert W. Day Mr. John Tobias Desch 2006 Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc. Mrs. Susan Droke

Flame Club $2,500 - $4,999 The #6 Fund Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Anderson Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. George T. Baskerville III Mr. and Mrs. Jory A. Berson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Boggs Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Bradley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Brizzolara Mr. and Mrs. W. Joseph Buhrman 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Carter, 1977 Mrs. Elizabeth Everett Cherkis 1986 Mr. Max William Comess 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. Cullen Mr. and Mrs. Duane A. Deskevich 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Dziedzic Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Eck III Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Ewing 1986

Spark Club $1,000 - $2,499 Mr. and Mrs. John G. Adamson 1996 Dr. and Mrs. Todd B. Baird 1987 Mr. and Mrs. A. Gregory Ballowe 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt S. Beazley IV 1985, 1986 Mr. and Mrs. W. Chason Beggerow Dr. Lillie R. Bennett Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Bennett, Jr. 1990 Dr. Elizabeth C. Reynolds and Mr. John C. Berkyheiser III Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich A. Berling 1986 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Boardman Mr. and Mrs. Bryan R. Bogese Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis Boggs Mrs. Jane Finegan Boinest 1950 Mr. and Mrs. John P. McGuire Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Brackett 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Bradley III *Deceased

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Annual Fund Leadership Clubs Mr. S. Miles Dumville Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ronald Eckert Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Edmunds, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Edmunds, Jr. 1952 Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Edmunds II Mr. and Mrs. Neil P. Farmer 1974, 1976 Mrs. Joseph C. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. J. William Ferrell IV 1987 Mrs. Joan McCormack Ferrill 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher K. Flinchum Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. French Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm P. Friddell 1971 Anna and Fleetwood Garner Family Mr. Thomas F. Garner, Jr. 1965 Mr. William Vaughan Garner 1967 Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Garnett 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Moncure Geho 1983, 1982 Dr. and Mrs. Randall M. Geldreich Dr. and Mrs. Daran Glenn Ms. Dee L. Goodbody Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon Ms. Martha Clark Goss 1967 Mr. Samuel S. Gottwald 2002 Mrs. Susan Tolleson Gowen 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Granger Mr. and Mrs. Marc D. Hallberg 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Hanson Mr. and Mrs. Elliott M. Harrigan 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Harrison II Mr. and Mrs. W. Randolph Harrison 1978, 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Christian A. Haug Mr. and Mrs. Franklin B. Heiner 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Henry 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Willis J. Hidell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hill

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Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Holdych Dr. and Mrs. James A. Holland Honey Perkins Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Horner Mr. Timothy and Dr. Jill Hunter Dr. and Mrs. James S. Hunter, Jr. 1980, 1980 Allan D. Ivie IV and Page Boinest Melton Ivie 1979, 1979 Mr. John C. Ivins, Jr. Mr. Bryce D. Jewett, Jr. 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Bryce D. Jewett III 1993, 1994 Mrs. Leigh Dobbins Johnson 1978 Miss Gabrielle Elizabeth Johnson 2007 Mr. and Mrs. K. Roger Johnson, Jr. Mr. William Judge, Jr. and Ms. Michelle A. Mardian-Judge Mr. and Mrs. Christian A. Kantner 1995 Dr. Shaival Kapadia and Mrs. Jill Spivey-Kapadia Mr. and Mrs. A. Eric Kauders, Jr. Dr. Claire C. Kaugars Mrs. Lynne J. Kinder Mr. James Whitlock Klaus 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Klein Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Kulp 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Laughon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. Gaylon Layfield III 1969 Mr. and Mrs. H. Pettus LeCompte 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Leonard Mr. and Mrs. J. Theodore Linhart 1965 Mr. and Mrs. James F. Lipscomb, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Luck III Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Mahoney, Sr. Mr. Graham Keane Mandl 2008 Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey T. Marlatt Mr. and Mrs. McAlister C. Marshall II 1988

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Martin III 1994 Mrs. James P. Massie, Jr. Mrs. Alfred McCormack, Jr. Mr. James Moore McMahon 1974 MeadWestvaco Foundation Drs. Benita and Michael Miller 1976 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Miller Ms. Lindsay M. Miller 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Moelchert III Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Monroe III 1977 Ms. Gaye C. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. T. Justin Moore III 1975 Dr. and Mrs. W. Philip Morrissette III 1968 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mosby Mr. David Hall Murphy 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Nanavati Mr. and Mrs. R. Timothy O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. S. Marshall Orr III Dr. and Mrs. Duncan S. Owen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Pace Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D.R. Palmore Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan S. Perel 1967 Mr. Russel Grant Perkins 1993 Mr. Ronald Oswin Pessner, Jr. 1988 Mr. and Mrs. J. Cheairs Porter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Bryson Powell 1969, 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Ragsdale Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Ratchford Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Ratcliffe III Mr. W. Brian Reames 1983 Mr. and Mrs. F. Scott Reed, Jr. 1992 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Reifsnider Mr. James A. Remington Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Ritter Ms. Elizabeth Mason Roach 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Roberts III Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Robertson Dr. and Mrs. William A. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Romer Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Rusbuldt 1985 Mr. and Mrs. David T. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Troy M. Ryckman Mr. and Mrs. W. Jerrold Samford 1972 Mr. and Mrs. J. Brock Saunders 2002, 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Saunders Mr. Paul H. Saunders, Jr. 2005 Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Scher 1983 Mr. William H. Schwarzschild III 1966 Mr. and Mrs. R. Strother Scott Mrs. Barbara Briesmaster Sensabaugh 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Erik S. Siebert 1997 Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Sisk


Dr. Lisa R. Troyer and Dr. George F. Tidey Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Tidey Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Timmons 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Turbeville, Jr. Mrs. Ashley Klaus Turner 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ukrop Mr. and Mrs. John F. Van Der Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Alan P. Vaughan 1991 Mr. and Mrs. C. Porter Vaughan III 1963, 1965 Mrs. Jessica Chasen Walker 2003 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. Webb Mr. James L. Weinberg and Ms. Rosann Bocciarelli

Mr. James C. Wheat III Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Whitaker 1983 Mrs. Hugh V. White, Jr. Mr. Claud M. Whitley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George P. Whitley 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew T. Wiley 1977 Mr. and Mrs. T. Spencer Williamson IV Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. Willingham III Mr. and Mrs. Barry A. Wilton 1973 Mrs. Joan B. Wilton Mrs. John H. Woodfin, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Zamecnik

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Mrs. Marilyn Louthan Slabaugh 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith 1965 Dr. and Mrs. Julious P. Smith III 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. 1958 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. Spelbring Mr. and Mrs. Meade A. Spotts 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Stepanian 1993 Mrs. Susan C. Stone Mrs. Burrell W. Stultz Mr. and Mrs. John B. Syer Mr. Roy T. Tepper III 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Thalhimer 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Stanton L. Thalhimer 1982

ANNUAL FUND GIFT CLUBS For gifts up to $999 Cougar Club $500 - $999 Mrs. Frances Shetter Adamson Reed 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Darrell S. Alexander 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K. Aman Mr. and Mrs. Justin R. Andress Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Armstrong 1983, 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Scott P. Aronson 1989 Mr. and Mrs. Steven E. Ash 1976 Mr. and Mrs. E. Wesley Atiyeh 1984 Dr. and Mrs. Carl O. Atkins, Jr. Mr. Emmett M. Avery III and Ms. Jane Gray 1966 Mrs. Nancy Archbell Bain Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Ballowe, Jr. Drs. Steven and Shari Barbieri Mrs. Christi White Barranger 1969 Mr. Andrew Thomas Bean 2006 Mr. and Mrs. David L. Beeghly Mr. and Mrs. Corey A. Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Bennett, Sr. 1967 Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Bennett 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Betts, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Bland 1983 Ms. Taylor Randolph Bode 1998 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Boehm Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bonbright III 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bostain, Jr. Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs, Inc. Mrs. Erwin Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Brinkley III 1976 Mr. Scott Carrington Brooks 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Brost 1985, 1991

Dr. Susan G. Brown Dr. Robert S. Call 1976 Mrs. Christina Merchant Carpenter 2005 Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Cary 1956 Mr. and Mrs. M. Deane Cheatham III 1984, 1985 Drs. Stephen and Victoria Chen Mr. and Mrs. John C. Chenault V Mr. and Mrs. J. Cabell Chenault IV 1962 Cherry Grove Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William Childrey 1968 Miss Katherine Hill Childrey 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin K. Christensen Mr. David T. Clary and Mrs. Michaela J. Clary 1984 Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Cole III Mr. James H. Cottrell and Ms. Melissa R. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Coulbourn, Jr. Ms. Libbie S. Crane 1989 Mrs. Teresa Yancey Crane 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Cricchi Mrs. Elizabeth Carlton Crosby 1985 Dr. Laurie W. Cuttino and Mr. Christopher P. Denton Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. DeCamps 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dempsey Mr. Brian C. Dent Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Donnelly Mr. Benjamin Forem Donohue 2010 Miss Mayme Beth Forem Donohue 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Ducharme Mr. and Mrs. W. Holt Edmunds IV Mr. and Mrs. William R. Elliott 1969

Dr. Catherine D. Ennis 1971 Exxon Mobil Corporation Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fallon 1985 Dr. and Mrs. Ofer Feder Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Felts Ms. Laura L. Fields Mr. and Mrs. James I. Finney III 1978 Mr. and Mrs. A. Murray Fisher, Jr. 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Fleischer Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fox, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Frye, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey E. Galanti 1997 Mr. and Mrs. G. Waddy Garrett 1961 Mr. and Mrs. T. Randolph Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. James M. Gift Dr. Roger Giordano and Dr. Bernadette Lyons-Giordano Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Glover III Mr. and Mrs. G. Stuart Grattan 1983 Mr. and Mrs. W. Hill Griffin Mr. and Mrs. William F. Griffin Dr. and Mrs. Roger P. Hailes Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hall III Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hall, Jr. 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Brenton S. Halsey, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Harman Mr. Arthur W. Harrison III 1986 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Harrison Mr. Michael J. Hawkinson and Mrs. Esperanza Soria-Nieto Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Hayward

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hepper Mr. and Mrs. F. Robertson Hershey 1966 Mr. and Mrs. Corey W. Hill 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hill 1952 Mr. and Mrs. Adam R. Hofheimer 1995, 1996 Tom and Gina Holden1963 James River Equipment Virginia, L.L.C. Anne Gail and Gary Jennings 1988 Mr. and Mrs. R. Lloyd Johannessen 1950 Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott Johnson Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Kaplan Ms. Sarah Doddridge Kay 1975 Mr. and Mrs. W. Todd Kell 1987 Mrs. Sarah Maxwell Kerr 1995 Mr. George Clifford Kirkmyer III 1969 Mr. Philip W. Klaus, Jr. Klaus Family Fund of The Community Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Ray Kuwahara Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lancaster Mr. William Harvey LeCompte 1978 Drs. John and Giao Lee Amy Becker Leibowitz and Seth Leibowitz 1988 Mrs. Mary Lou Leipheimer Ms. Carol L. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Shepherd F. Lewis, Jr. 1996 Wen and Yaling Lin Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Long Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lowe 1953 Dr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Lublin Mr. and Mrs. Christopher V. Lucy Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mackell 1963 Mrs. Brittany Aspinall Madlem 2006 Mr. and Mrs. G. Lee Mallonee, Jr. 1967 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mann Mr. George P. Manson and Ms. Gerlinde Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Manson 2005, 2005 Mr. and Mrs. Keith B. Marcus Mr. and Mrs. John W. Martin 1978 Mr. and Mrs. David H. Mathews 1972 Mr. and Mrs. John Gary Maynard III 1986 Mrs. Mary Kennon McDaniel 1961 Mr. and Mrs. James L. McGeorge, Jr. 1991 Mr. Kevin William McGeorge 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. McGrath Mr. Frank A. McKenney 1968 Mr. and Mrs. David E. Melson Dr. Angela L. S. Messer and Mr. Charles J. Messer The Micawber Foundation Middle & Upper School Parents Night Fall Library Book Fund Dr. Pamela Herbert Minkler 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Mitchell

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Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Thayer Montague Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Montague Mr. and Mrs. David B. Moore Mr. and Mrs. James W. Morris III Mr. and Mrs. John R. Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Mortensen Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Mountcastle, Jr. 1959 Mr. and Mrs. J. Peter Murphy, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chunk Neale 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Neese Mr. and Mrs. Ryan P. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. John F. Newsom III Robert A. Nigro 1967 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Norfleet III Mr. and Mrs. M. Todd Oney 1989 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Overton Mr. and Mrs. W. Benjamin Pace 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Palmore 1993 Dr. Paras Pandya and Dr. Sonia Shah-Pandya Mr. and Mrs. John S. Patton Mrs. Roberta Brent Peek 1963 Mrs. Laura Yancey Peery 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Phillips, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. M. Jordan Piland 1978 Ms. Christine K. Plant Mrs. Suzanne Pollard Mr. Hunter S. Powell 2001 Mrs. Jill Remington Powers 1979 Drs. Karan and Gita Prakash Prep For Success Mr. Thomas William Pruitt 2002 Mr. John Barry Purcell 1992 and Dr. Allison Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Quigley Mr. and Mrs. Gerry C. Quindoza Mrs. Mary Leary Rabb 1965 Mr. Joseph Edwin Rackley 1999 Mr. Samuel Cowan Ramage 1998 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Randolph Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Raquet Mr. George T. Richardson 1970 Mrs. Mary Ann Robins Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Roddey 1982 Dr. and Mrs. John Rose III Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ruehling Mr. Colin J. Ruh and Mrs. JoAnn Adrales Ruh Dr. Kathryn Bates Russell 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Ruth 1991, 1990 Mr. and Mrs. F. Behle Schaaf 1972 Mr. and Mrs. E. Christopher Schutt 1987 Scott & Stringfellow Educational Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William H.S. Seegar

Mrs. Alton R. Sharpe, Jr. Mr. Samuel E. Simpson Mr. Yoginder Harkirat Singh 2002 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Slater, Jr. 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Julious P. Smith, Jr. Mrs. Maxine Matthews Smith 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Walker M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Andy Stefanovich Dr. Crystal Polatty and Mr. Michael J. Stott Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Stringer Ms. Virginia Szigeti Ms. Viola Taylor Tazza Kitchen Mr. Morton G. Thalhimer III 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Addison B. Thompson 1966 Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Thornton Dr. and Mrs. A. Leigh Thornton, Jr. 1972 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Thorp Mr. and Mrs. Randy Totten Mr. and Mrs. David B. Townsend Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Trible 1991 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. VanRoekel Mr. and Mrs. Leroy B. Vaughan 1966 Dr. and Mrs. George W. Vetrovec Mr. and Mrs. R. Taylor Waller, Jr. 1971, 1972 Mr. Xijun E. Wang and Mrs. Yuyan D. Ding Dr. and Mrs. Mark F. Warner Dr. Laraine S. Warner and Mr. Paul K. Warner Miss Martha Alsop Warthen 1992 Mrs. Olivia Randolph Waters 1987 Mr. James S. Watkinson Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Watson, Jr. Dr. A. Craig Watt and Dr. A. Christine Watt Mr. and Mrs. George R. White Mr. Alexander Amr Whitfield 2009 Mr. and Mrs. N. Bryan Whitfield Mr. Reid Steven Whitten 1998 Mr. and Mrs. David R. Wilkins 1994, 1992 Mr. and Mrs. C. Preston Williams 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Williams, Jr. Ms. Elizabeth Howell Williams Mr. Preston A. Williams 2011 Mr. W. Guy Williams, Jr. Mr. Andrew Betts Wiltshire 1999 Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Wiltshire 1972 Mrs. James M. Wiltshire, Jr. Mrs. Reaves Wimbish 1987 Mrs. Leigh Enoch Wit 2002 Mr. Coleman Wortham 2007 Ms. Cynthia Archer Wray Mr. Kenneth H. Young 1982 Dr. and Mrs. Alvaro R. Zeballos


Respect, Trust, Enlightenment, Friends, Family, Home are what come to mind.

Green Club $250 - $499 Dr. Scott McDowell Adams 1997 Mr. Benjamin Kirkpatrick Adamson 1998 Mr. and Mrs. George E. Allen III 1966, 1974 Mrs. Wilbur C. Allen Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Anderson III 2000, 1995 Anonymous Mrs. Bethany Jacobs Appel 1998 Mr. Troy G. Arnold III 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Asch 1972, 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Ascoli Mr. and Mrs. Reid Ashe Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Aveson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Baber IV Mr. Alan H. Bacon Mrs. Sally Ann Twedell Bagley Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Troy C. Baldridge 1987 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bates 1967 Miss Alexis Anne Beck 2003 Mr. and Mrs. William M. Bellamy III Mr. and Mrs. Edmund L. Benson III Dr. Eliot W. Bird and Ms. Tanya Orr Bird Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Blackburn III 1999 Mr. William Temple Blackwood 1982 Dr. and Mrs. John E. Blank Mr. and Mrs. Clinton M. Bowes Mr. and Mrs. Eric N. Bowling 1989 Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Boyle1997 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Bradley 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bradshaw, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Evans B. Brasfield 1965 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Brennan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Brewer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bristow Gail and Gray Broughton Mrs. Lloyd Hall Brown 1964 Mr. and Mrs. D. Reid Burford 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stone Burke Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Campbell

Mrs. Jill Thalhimer Campbell 2000 Ms. Margaret H. Campbell 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Alexander W. C. Cecil 1983, 1981 Mrs. Allen B. Chamberlain and Mr. James George Mr. Wallace L. Chandler Mrs. Eva Samford Cherepnya 2008 Mrs. Betty Pitt Cimmino 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton S. Clark III Class of 1970 Class of 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Clevenger Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cocke 1957 Mr. H. Guy Collier 1968 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Condyles 1980 Dr. and Mrs. W. Scott Conrad 1993, 1993 Mr. and Mrs. E. Eugene Cooke Mr. and Mrs. S. Gregory Cope 1993 Mrs. Kerry O’Hanlon Coyne 1993 Mrs. Beese D. Craigie Mr. Walter W. Craigie Mr. and Mrs. R. Robinson Crosby III 1983 Mr. Ernest H. Crump Ms. Julie Dalton Mr. and Mrs. Steven D’Ambrosia Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe, Jr. 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Everett T. Diggs, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. S. Preston Dillard 1991 Drs. David and Robin Disler Mr. Frank Heindl Doherty 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Doxey Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Duley Mr. and Mrs. James G. Dunn 1979 Mr. Jeffrey G. Dunnington 2001 Mr. and Mrs. Everett A. Fairlamb III 1973, 1982 Mr. Stuart Tullidge Farrell 2003 Mr. and Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II 1988 Ms. Susan Farley Ferrell 1964 Mr. George B. Field III 1971

Ms. Jane T. Fisher 1989 Mr. Murray Lemoyne Fisher 1993 Mrs. Frances Craigie Fitzgerald 1981 Mrs. Courtney Tysinger Freet 2000 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Funkhouser Mr. and Mrs. William F. Drewry Gallalee 1973 Mr. Mont D. Gaylord 1973 Mr. Jonathan Scott Goodman 1997 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Gremer Mrs. Sara Samford Griebel 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Gross Mr. and Mrs. John O. Gwathmey 1980 Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Hager Mr. and Mrs. A. Brent Hailes 1989 Ms. Laura Moore Hall 1968 Mr. and Mrs. A. Coke Hall 1975 Mr. and Mrs. S. Bennett Harper Ms. Elizabeth T. Harris Mrs. Constance Kennon Harriss 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Hart 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Armin R. Hartmann 1988 Mrs. Anne Wiltshire Henry 2003 Mr. and Mrs. William R. B. Hershey 1994 Mrs. Katherine McDowell Higgins 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Hofheimer 1991 Mr. and Mrs. W. Barry Hofheimer Holden Family Fund of The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg Mrs. Ellen Thalhimer Holland 1969 Carroll and Aggie Hooper Mr. Bryan Hooten Mrs. Keri Arnold Hostetler 1997 Ms. Hannah Layne Huber 1999 Mr. Alan Stephenson Humphreys III 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Carroll D. Hurst Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Hutcheson Mrs. Elizabeth Flippo Hutchins 1988 and Mr. William M. Hutchins Mr. and Mrs. Olin V. Hyde

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Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Jobe Mrs. Champ Roberts Johnson 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie W. Johnson, Jr. 1972 Dr. and Mrs. Albert M. Jones, Jr. Ms. Mary Clifton Ottley Jones 1965 Mrs. Katharine Denny Joyce 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jupe Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Kastenbaum 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Kay, Jr. Mr. John Franklin Kay III 1978 Mrs. Elizabeth Baird Kazazian 1983 Mrs. Julia Scott Wall King 1959 Dr. Elizabeth McKenney Kiser 1980 Dr. Warren Sykes Koontz 1979 Dr. Wendy Frances Kuhn 1976 Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Kulp 1988 Dr. Ashwani Kumar and Dr. Vineeta Sood Mrs. Virginia Friddell Kurtz 2004 Dr. Arnold J. Kuta and Dr. Suzanne T. Kuta Mr. Rayford P. Kytle III 1964 Mrs. Benjamin R. Lacy IV Mr. and Mrs. J. Hunter Lansing 2000 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Lansing II 1998 Mr. and Mrs. Norman M. Laskin Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Hunter P. LeCompte, Jr. 1999 Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Lee, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Chaffraix A. Lelong, Jr. 1968 Mr. David D. Leshner 1990 Mrs. C. Louise Kimbrell Lindsay 1995 Mr. and Mrs. George B. Little, Jr. Mr. Lewis Randolph Little, Jr. 2000 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Logan 1998 Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Long Mr. Andrew C. Lowden 1993 Mr. Jiwei Lu and Ms. Ivy Gong Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. W. Reilly Marchant 1971, 1972 Mrs. Gray McGurn Mason 2005 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce H. Matson Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Mayr Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius J. McCormick

Mrs. Fleming Bottger McCrystal 1989 Mrs. Valerie Schultz McFarland 2004 Dr. Pamela H. McGhee and Mr. W. Clark McGhee Dr. and Mrs. David J. McGroarty Dr. and Mrs. Hunter H. McGuire, Jr. 1955 Mrs. Katherine Chandler Merritt 1999 Mr. and Mrs. Panos S. Midis 1981 Mrs. Kathryn Dunnington Miller 1995 Mr. and Mrs. William L. Miller, Jr. Catherine R. Mitchell 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Modisett 1978 Mrs. Anne Nelson Morck Mrs. Brandon Jacob Moss 2001 Mr. and Mrs. J. Ryan Mostrom 2005 Dr. Jennifer Myer 1989 Mrs. Joyce Flippen Nash 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Nichols 1989 Mr. and Mrs. William M. Noftsinger 1946 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Norfleet, Jr. Mr. James Christopher Oates 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Duncan S. Owen III 1986 Mr. Robert Burwell Owen 1990 Mr. Kendall P. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Partlow Mr. A. Andrew Thornton and Ms. Sarah T. Paxton 1984 Dr. and Mrs. John Pender, Jr. Mr. Donald E. Perry Mr. and Mrs. F. Houghton Phillips II 1987 Mr. Earl Bryson Powell, Jr. 1998 Mr. Thomas Winston Price 1995 Dr. Harriet Schanzer and Mr. David L. Raine, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Randolph, Jr. Ms. Monica Anke Ranniger 1981 Ms. Monica F. Rawles Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Reed III 1983 Ms. Elizabeth G. Regan 1980 Mr. and Mrs. J. Aaron Revere 1994 Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Rider III Miss Christiane Rimbault Mrs. Maria Wornom Rippe 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm E. Ritsch, Jr. 1964 Mr. and Mrs. James G. Ritter 2000, 2000 Mr. and Mrs. Hubel Robins III 1977

Mr. and Mrs. W. Randolph Robins 1964 Miss Laura Selene Rockefeller 2000 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Rogers Dr. Sameer Rohatgi and Dr. Anjali Varandani Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Rohr 1993 Mr. and Mrs. Walt F. Romanosky Mr. Robert Rosenkranz Mrs. Elizabeth Cook Rostermundt 1952 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas A. Roupas Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Russell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Ruth Ms. Dalal M. Salomon Mrs. Mary Seaman Sarkes 1980 Dr. Daniel F. Savage III 1973 Dr. Conway Fleming Saylor 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Alexander R. Schaaf 1999 Mr. and Mrs. John M.G. Schmohl, Jr. Mrs. Barbara A. Schneider Mr. Marshall P. Schutt 1998 Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Scott Mr. and Mrs. James S. Seevers, Jr. Miss Alix Eden Seif 1989 Mrs. Faulkner Bagley Sgro 1988 Mr. Harry Shaia, Jr. Miss Jennifer C. Shalley 1998 Ms. Julia W. Shannon 1972 Dr. Laurie L. Shinn and Mr. Robert W. Shinn Mr. Stephen Edward Sica 2001 Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Siff 1973 Mrs. Christina Thalhimer Silverstein 2002 Dr. Cindy Long Sindler 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Sinnott III 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Smith 1968 Mr. Stephen Hayes Smith 1989 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Spraker 1992 Mrs. William L. Stagg III Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Stratford 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Sweeney 1975 Dr. Nancy E. Taylor and Mr. Brandon C. Taylor Ms. Margaret Ruth Thalhimer 1999 Mr. and Mrs. William B. Thalhimer III 1964 Mr. F. Carlyle Tiller, Jr. 1980 Mr. and Mrs. W. Price Timmerman IV

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Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Waldron Mr. Christopher L. Wallace 1993 Mrs. Elisabeth Arnold Weiss 1986 Mrs. Adair Dages Wheat 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. White 1985 Mr. J. Porter White 1988 Mrs. Catherine Thomson White 1997 Dr. and Mrs. David Whitehead Mr. and Mrs. George Wickham Mr. and Mrs. David M. Williams 1974 Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Terrell Williams 1970 Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Williams Mr. Walter L. Williams 1972

Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Williford Mrs. Mary Jane Bowers Willis 1950 Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wiltshire Mrs. William L. Wimbish Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Winston 1996, 1996 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Winter II Dr. Patricia A. Daylor and Mr. Philip D. Wittie Mrs. Ann Gray Turner Wood 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Madison P. Wootton 1989 Miss Virginia Burn Wortham 2003 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wyatt 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Wyatt 1980 Mrs. Marietta Edmunds Zakas 1977

Annual Fund Leadership Clubs

Mrs. Ashley Krupin Tischer 1998 Towne Bank Mr. and Mrs. Donal L. Turkal, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Perry E. Turner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Webb L. Tyler Ms. Carolyn Jeanette Tyson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Ukrop 1992 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van De Putte Mrs. Suzanne Wiley Van Orden 1977 Mrs. Barrie Berman VanBrackle 1979 Mr. George Edward Stafford Via 1996 Dr. and Mrs. Juan F. Villalona Mr. H. Nicholas Visser 1963 Dr. Robert O. Waldbauer, Jr. 1977

Gold Club – Graduates of the Last Decade Up to $250 Miss Anya Olga-Frances Aboud 2012 Mrs. Allison J. Albright-Jett 2009 Miss Molly Weston Bance 2006 Miss Ramsey Katherine Carter 2008 Miss Sarah Massie Chase 2006 Miss Ann-Sebrell Chavent 2007 Mr. J. Taylor Christmas, Jr. 2008 Miss Victoria Louise Christmas 2005 Mr. John Bly Cole 2015 Mr. Braeden Dunlap Crosby 2008 Miss Mary Cameron Crowgey 2013 Mr. Christopher Hume Daly, Jr. 2008 Mr. Joshua Philip Daniels 2007 Mr. Bayard Durkin Diggs 2015 Miss Jillian Nicole Donze 2013 Mr. Andrew Walter Emroch 2013 Miss Kathryn Emma Failon 2007 Mr. Grabille S. Fain 2007 Mrs. Kristin Runey Foote 2006 Mrs. Pearson Moore French 2005 Miss Frances Winn Friddell 2006 Miss Heather Peebles Garson 2007 Miss Gabrielle Lynn Gelozin 2013 Miss Margaret Claire Gentil 2006 Miss Ava Hallsworth Gorman 2006 Miss Margaret Addison Gottwald 2010 Mr. C. Kennon Harrison, Jr. 2009 Miss Anne Larimer Hart 2006 Mr. Philip Edward Hart 2009 Mr. Mark J. Hourigan, Jr. 2011 Miss Anne Morgan Hunter 2015 Miss Carter Christian Hunter 2010 Mrs. Paige Crosby Hurlbut 2006 Mr. J. Michael Jarvis, Jr. 2006

Miss Madeline A. Jecklin 2011 Mr. William Zachary Jung 2008 Mr. Andrew Evens Kastenbaum 2008 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan G. Kastenbaumn 2006 Mrs. Elizabeth Garson Koteles 2005 Miss Virginia Flournoy Layfield 2007 Mr. Philip Simpson Mabry 2007 Miss Augusta C. Marsteller 2011 Miss Ruth Ellen Blair Marsteller 2008 Miss Kendall Britten Mathews 2006 Miss Brooke Campbell Matson 2007 Mr. and Mrs. John E. McDonald III 2007, 2008 Miss Megan E. McGhee 2011 Miss Caroline McLean Meyer 2013 Miss Alexandra Joy Modisett 2008 Miss Emily Rives Moore 2010 Mr. John William Moore 2012 Mr. Zachary Taylor Mortensen 2010 Mr. Evan Baker Ocheltree 2005 Miss Jane Mallory O’Connor 2010 Miss Caroline Grace O’Donnell 2010 Miss Holly Kane O’Donnell 2007 Miss Shannon Margaret O’Donnell 2009 Mr. William James O’Flaherty 2005 Mr. Jacob Harrison Reid Oliver 2009 Mr. James Robert Oliver, Jr. 2007 Mr. T. Andrew O’Shea 2006 Miss Victoria Tyler O’Shea 2008 Mr. Marco Antonio Randazzo 2015 Mr. Matteo Randazzo 2011 Miss Lucille Veitch Rhoads 2007 Mr. Crit Taylor Richardson, Jr. 2005 Mr. Matthew W. Richardson 2007 Mr. Robert Turner Richardson 2010

Mr. Matson L. Roberts, Jr. 2011 Miss Kathryn Branch Robertson 2005 Miss Sarah H. Rose 2011 Miss Elizabeth Cortlandt Rosebro 2009 Miss Ashley Hunter Ross 2008 Mr. Amrik Singh Sahni 2006 Mr. Jacob Eric Salomon 2013 Mr. Troy Michael Shapiro 2006 Dr. Ajaydeep Singh Sidhu 2005 Miss Madeline Jane Hope Sisk 2005 Miss Catherine Peyton Spivey 2011 Miss Brooke Meredith Stallings 2007 Miss Caroline Frances Steadman 2007 Mr. William Stanwood Stettinius 2007 Miss Morgan Elizabeth Tarrant 2009 Miss Sarah Margaret Tashjian 2006 Miss Caroline Vaden Terry 2007 Mr. Andrew Meyer Thalhimer 2005 Mr. David L. Thalhimer 2011 Miss Christine S. Thexton 2011 Miss Rebecca Leigh Thornton 2008 Mr. Douglas Webb Tyler 2008 Mr. John Luther Walker IV 2012 Mr. Lee Stribling Walker 2015 Mrs. Katherine McCarthy Watts 2005 Miss Anna Lassiter White 2012 Miss Parke Minton Whitley 2010 Mr. T. Colscon Wiley 2011 Mr. William Nash Wiley 2015 Miss Alister Elizabeth Williams 2012 Mr. Bradford Duane Williams 2008 Miss Margaret Eleanor Williford 2009 Mr. James Preston Wiltshire 2007 Miss Emily deLaittre Younts 2011

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Parents Contributing to the Annual Fund 2015 / 2016 Participation By Class Year

Parent Contributors

Thank you to our Parent Annual Fund Co-Chairs, Callie ’95 and Alex Brackett.

2016 Twelfth Grade

52%

Lower School

52%

Middle School

58%

Upper School

51%

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Grade 12

Total Participation

$510,448 Total

Grade 11

Grade 10

59% 57% 60% 56%

Grade 9

52% 51%

Grade 8

52%

Grade 7

Grade 4

Grade 3

Grade 2

Grade 1

Kindergarten

Junior Kindergarten

47% 47%

49%

55%

Grade 6

57%

Grade 5

57% 57%

Ms. Stacy H. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Marc A. Allocca Mr. Alan H. Bacon Ms. Julie M. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich A. Berling Dr. Eliot W. Bird and Ms. Tanya Orr Bird Mr. and Mrs. E. Marshall Bowden Mr. and Mrs. W. Joseph Bugg III Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Christian Mr. and Mrs. A. Michael Colletti Ms. Julie Dalton Mr. and Mrs. John G. Davenport Mr. and Mrs. Dominick DeMarco, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. DuBose, Jr. Ms. Andrea G. Erard Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fallon Mr. and Mrs. J. William Ferrell IV Mr. and Mrs. Rives Fleming III Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. French Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Gaffney Dr. Roger Giordano and Dr. Bernadette Lyons-Giordano Mr. and Mrs. W. David Gorsline, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Graeber Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Granger Mr. and Mrs. G. Stuart Grattan Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Greer III Mr. and Mrs. W. Hill Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Gutenberger Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hilb Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Hourigan Ms. Josephine F. Hughes

56%


Dr. and Mrs. Albert M. Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Todd Kell Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Kollmansperger III Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Lee, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. C. Walton Makepeace Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mayhew Mr. J. Christopher McCracken and Ms. Antoinette H. McCracken Mr. and Mrs. Paul Joseph Melnick, Jr. Drs. Benita and Michael Miller Mr. and Mrs. Bradley D. Nott Mr. and Mrs. John D. O’Neill, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. M. Todd Oney Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. O’Shea Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Phillips, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Reed III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Reid III Mr. and Mrs. John L. Reifsnider Mr. and Mrs. Stewart M. Roddey Ms. Jan D. Rodgers Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas A. Roupas Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Rowland Mr. Colin J. Ruh and Mrs. JoAnn Adrales Ruh Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Rusbuldt Mr. and Mrs. David T. Ryan Mr. William H. Schwarzschild III Mr. and Mrs. C. Granville Scott Mr. and Mrs. John J. Smithson Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Spalding III Mr. and Mrs. L. Mark Stepanian Mr. Andrew Stone and Ms. Robin Cooper-Stone Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Stratford III Ms. Nancy M. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Westermann Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Whitaker Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. White Mr. and Mrs. George R. White Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. White Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Willard III Mr. Rodney T. Willett and Ms. Lydia R. Pulley Ms. Cynthia Archer Wray Dr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Zaun

2017 Eleventh Grade Mr. and Mrs. Justin R. Andress Anonymous

60%

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Aveson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. S. Padraic Baxter Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt S. Beazley IV Dr. and Mrs. John E. Blank Mr. and Mrs. Clinton M. Bowes Mr. and Mrs. Eric N. Bowling Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Brinkley III Mr. James M. Britto Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Ron O. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Condyles Mr. Christopher Conquest and Ms. Jan Hatcher-Conquest Dr. Laurie W. Cuttino and Mr. Christopher P. Denton Mr. and Mrs. Everett T. Diggs, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Laurence J. DiNardo Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Donnelly Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Eck III Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Edmunds II Dr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Fergusson Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Moncure Geho Mr. and Mrs. James M. Gift Mr. and Mrs. Douglas S. Granger Mr. and Mrs. S. Bennett Harper Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Hayward Mr. and Mrs. Michael N. Herring Mr. and Mrs. Willis J. Hidell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David H. Howell Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Jacobs Anne Gail and Gary Jennings Mr. and Mrs. K. Roger Johnson, Jr. Bradley P. and Gayle L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. David K. Johnston Mr. William Judge, Jr. and Ms. Michelle A. Mardian-Judge Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jupe Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Justice Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kachel, Jr. Dr. Shaival Kapadia and Mrs. Jill Spivey-Kapadia Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Kimbrough Mrs. Lynne J. Kinder Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. Kirchmier Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Klein Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Kulp Mr. Michael S. Laming and Ms. Janet K. Dibbs Mr. and Mrs. George B. Little, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Marchetti, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith B. Marcus Mr. J. Christopher McCracken and Ms. Antoinette H. McCracken

Thank you to our Class Captains for working tirelessly for our School! CLASS OF 2016 Cynthia and Will Ferrell

CLASS OF 2017 Betsy and Brian Riopelle

CLASS OF 2018 Emily and Todd Oney Julie and Chris Ratchford

CLASS OF 2019 Beth and John Fallon Keane and Eric Kauders

CLASS OF 2020 Denise Barnes

CLASS OF 2021 Caroline and Jim Stokes

CLASS OF 2022 Chris Kulp Nancy Lucy

CLASS OF 2023 Wes Atiyeh Katie and Alan Vaughan

CLASS OF 2024 Scott Kulp Callie and Alex Brackett

CLASS OF 2025 Katherine and John Adamson Eva Hartmann

CLASS OF 2026 Martha and Bobby Proutt Stephen Spraker

CLASS OF 2027 Alicia and Michael Palmore Lauren and Paul Hepper

CLASS OF 2028 Anne Taylor Schaaf Jeff Galanti

CLASS OF 2029 Happy and Matt Anderson

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Parents Contributing to the Annual Fund

I GIVE BECAUSE

We care deeply about education. We made a family decision early on (when our children were very young) that the Collegiate experience was our family’s priority above and beyond anything else. We wanted to give our children things that were lasting and timeless … academic exposure, caring and qualified faculty, an emphasis on character and values and relationships in a healthy and supportive community.

Mr. and Mrs. Hayden McMillian Dr. Angela L. S. Messer and Mr. Charles J. Messer Catherine R. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Moelchert III Mr. and Mrs. John R. Morrison Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Mountcastle III Mr. and Mrs. John D. O’Neill, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick A. O’Shea Mr. and Mrs. Julian T. Ottley Mr. and Mrs. David B. Pahren Ms. Phyllis Palmiero and Mr. Thomas A. Gelozin Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Partlow Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Pohlmann Mr. Shawn F. Reed and Ms. Paige A. Tinney-Reed Kenneth J. Richmond and Ann N. Richmond Amy and Bill Rider Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Romer Mr. and Mrs. James J. Schebell Dr. and Mrs. Vivek Sharma Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Sheehy Dr. Laurie L. Shinn and Mr. Robert W. Shinn Mr. and Mrs. J. David Shobe III Lacey and Ned Sinnott Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Sroba Mr. and Mrs. John G. Stallings Mr. and Mrs. W. Hildebrandt Surgner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Syer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gil John Villanueva Mr. and Mrs. George R. White Mr. and Mrs. T. Spencer Williamson IV Mr. and Mrs. Peyton B. Winfree IV Mr. and Mrs. C. Todd Withers Mr. and Mrs. John W. Woods, Jr.

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2018 Tenth Grade

57%

Mr. and Mrs. Darrell S. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Marc A. Allocca Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Angle Mr. and Mrs. James A. Baber IV Mr. and Mrs. Tyler J. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Brewer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Brizzolara Mr. and Mrs. W. Joseph Bugg III Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton S. Clark III Dr. Andrew S. Clark and Mrs. Gina A. Bartolo Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Cole III Mr. and Mrs. A. Michael Colletti Mr. and Mrs. Todd C. Cornell Mr. James H. Cottrell and Ms. Melissa R. Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Coulbourn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dempsey Mr. and Mrs. Matthew E. Diemer Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. DuBose, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Ducharme Mrs. Cassandra M. Ellis Dr. and Mrs. Ofer Feder Mr. and Mrs. J. William Ferrell IV Mr. and Mrs. Rives Fleming III Mr. and Mrs. David A. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Glover III Mr. and Mrs. W. David Gorsline, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wess M. Gould Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Graeber Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Gremer Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Armin R. Hartmann

Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. W. Todd Kell Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Kennon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Kollmansperger III Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Keith B. Marcus Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey T. Marlatt Mr. and Mrs. Alexander B. Melvin, Sr. Mr. Michael E. Mendelson and Ms. Shannon M. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Montague Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Norfleet III Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. M. Todd Oney Mr. and Mrs. Duncan S. Owen III Mr. and Mrs. F. Houghton Phillips II Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Phillips, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Ratchford Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Reed III Mr. and Mrs. John M. R. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Reid III Mr. and Mrs. John L. Reifsnider Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Roberts III Mr. Gregory C. Robins Mr. Colin J. Ruh and Mrs. JoAnn Adrales Ruh Mr. and Mrs. David T. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Troy M. Ryckman Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Scher Mr. and Mrs. E. Christopher Schutt Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Sisk Mr. and Mrs. Walker M. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Meade A. Spotts Mr. and Mrs. L. Mark Stepanian


2019 Ninth Grade

59%

Ms. Anne Bruce Ahearn Mr. and Mrs. Justin R. Andress Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Tiffany Bohm Armstrong Mrs. Joann Atkins Mr. and Mrs. Troy C. Baldridge Drs. Steven and Shari Barbieri Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Becker Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich A. Berling Mr. and Mrs. David A. Boardman Mr. and Mrs. Eric N. Bowling Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Brost Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Buell Mr. Timothy S. Burress Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cabaniss III Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Calamita III Mr. and Mrs. Clay M. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Bryan S. Cram Dr. Laurie W. Cuttino and Mr. Christopher P. Denton Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Ewing Mr. and Mrs. Everett A. Fairlamb III Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fallon Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Fox Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Hagan Dr. and Mrs. Todd W. Hanneman Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Hanson Dr. and Mrs. Ellis O. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Michael N. Herring Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Holdych Mrs. Elizabeth Flippo Hutchins and Mr. William M. Hutchins

Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. K. Roger Johnson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David K. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Kachel, Jr. Dr. Shaival Kapadia and Mrs. Jill Spivey-Kapadia Mr. and Mrs. A. Eric Kauders, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Leighton A.C. Klevana Dr. Ashwani Kumar and Dr. Vineeta Sood Mr. Michael S. Laming and Ms. Janet K. Dibbs Amy Becker Leibowitz and Seth Leibowitz Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Mahoney, Sr. Mr. Yury Makarov and Mrs. Lyudmila Makarova Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Marchetti, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. McAlister C. Marshall II Mr. and Mrs. Sean McCluskey Mr. and Mrs. Gus E. Mitchell IV Mr. and Mrs. David B. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Mortensen Mr. Peter Murphy and Mrs. Tracy Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Julian T. Ottley Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Partlow Mr. A. Andrew Thornton and Ms. Sarah T. Paxton Mr. and Mrs. Randall Pettus Mr. and Mrs. F. Houghton Phillips II Mr. and Mrs. M. Jordan Piland Drs. Karan and Gita Prakash Mr. and Mrs. Gerry C. Quindoza Dr. Mark A. Rausch and Dr. Christine S. Rausch Mr. and Mrs. John M. R. Reed Mrs. Susan Eckhardt Reed Ms. Elizabeth Mason Roach Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Roberts III Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Domenick J. Ronga Dr. Kirk Richardson and Dr. Linda Rouse Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Rowland Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Ruth Ms. Mera M. Sabha Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Sanderson Mr. David Smith and Mrs. Beth Vetrovec Smith Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Spivey IV Mr. and Mrs. W. Hildebrandt Surgner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Townsend Ms. Carolyn Jeanette Tyson Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van De Putte Mr. Xijun E. Wang and Mrs. Yuyan D. Ding Reverend and Mrs. Nathaniel D. West Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Westermann Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Willard III Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Woo Mr. and Mrs. John W. Woods, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wyatt Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Zamecnik

2020 Eighth Grade

51%

Ms. Stacy H. Adams Ms. Anne Bruce Ahearn Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Angle Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Ascoli Dr. and Mrs. C. Ryan Barnes Mr. and Mrs. William M. Bellamy III Mr. and Mrs. Terence G. Blackwood Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Bostain, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. M. Carlisle Bowling III Mr. and Mrs. D. Reid Burford Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Calhoun Mr. and Mrs. J. Sean Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Clarke Mr. Robert M. King and Ms. Jo Ellen Constine Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Coulbourn, Jr. Ms. Julie Dalton Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.A. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Rives Fleming III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher K. Flinchum Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Moncure Geho Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hall, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Armin R. Hartmann Mr. and Mrs. Willis J. Hidell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hilb Mr. and Mrs. Corey W. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Basil L. Hurst III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Jobe Bradley P. and Gayle L. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. A. Eric Kauders, Jr. Mrs. Lynne J. Kinder Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Long Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Lowe Mr. Xin Lu and Mrs. Na Wang Mr. and Mrs. Christopher V. Lucy Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Lynch Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Jon W. Markiewicz Mr. and Mrs. John Gary Maynard III Mr. and Mrs. Alexander B. Melvin, Sr. Dr. Angela L. S. Messer and Mr. Charles J. Messer Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Moelchert III Mr. and Mrs. Duncan S. Owen III

Parents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Brude D. Stoever Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Stratford III Mr. and Mrs. William H. Tavenner Mr. and Mrs. Stanton L. Thalhimer Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Turner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. White Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. White Ms. Elizabeth Howell Williams Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I. Willingham III Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Barry A. Wilton Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wyatt Dr. Mei Dong and Mr. Feng Yue Dr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Zaun

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Parents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D.R. Palmore Dr. Paras Pandya and Dr. Sonia Shah-Pandya Dr. Louis Schwartz and Ms. Donna L. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Rohr Mr. and Mrs. Walt F. Romanosky Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. James J. Schebell Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Scher Dr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Schutrumpf Mr. and Mrs. E. Christopher Schutt Mr. William H. Schwarzschild III Dr. and Mrs. Vivek Sharma Lacey and Ned Sinnott Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Slotterback Dr. and Mrs. Julious P. Smith III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. Spelbring Mr. and Mrs. Meade A. Spotts Mr. and Mrs. Stanton L. Thalhimer Mr. and Mrs. W. Price Timmerman IV Rob and Shannon Ukrop Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. VanRoekel Mr. and Mrs. Will B. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Whitaker Mr. Hunt H. Whitehead and Mrs. Michele L. Chiocca Mr. and Mrs. Jere H. Williams, Jr.

2021 Seventh Grade

52%

Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Aaronson III Mr. and Mrs. Darrell S. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Troy C. Baldridge Mr. Michael Adamik and Mrs. Kimberly S. Ball Mr. and Mrs. A. Gregory Ballowe Mr. and Mrs. Tut B. Bartzen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tyler J. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Raymond D. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Brost Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cabaniss III Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Campbell Mr. Christopher Conquest and Ms. Jan Hatcher-Conquest Mr. and Mrs. Todd C. Cornell Mrs. Laura H. Cowperthwait Mr. and Mrs. Bryan S. Cram Mr. Stephen J. Billings and Ms. Kathryn E. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Steven D’Ambrosia

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Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Ewing Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Featherston III Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Felts Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ferry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Fox Mr. Thomas W. Funkhouser Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Garnett Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Glover III Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Hall IV Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Hanson Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Harrison Mr. Michael J. Hawkinson and Mrs. Esperanza Soria-Nieto Mrs. Elizabeth Flippo Hutchins and Mr. William M. Hutchins Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Leighton A.C. Klevana Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Kulp Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. LaFerriere Amy Becker Leibowitz and Seth Leibowitz Mr. and Mrs. George B. Little, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Long Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Macdonald Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Marchetti, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Sean McCluskey Mr. Michael E. Mendelson and Ms. Shannon M. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Merchant Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Sanjay E. Mittal Mr. and Mrs. Kevin R. Montague Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Moorman Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Mountcastle III Ms. Mary Catherine Nimaga Mr. and Mrs. John D. O’Neill, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Pahren Mr. and Mrs. D. Kevin Peterman Drs. John and Carolyn Port Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Raquet Ms. Sheryl A. Robins Mr. Colin J. Ruh and Mrs. JoAnn Adrales Ruh Mr. and Mrs. David T. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. J. David Shobe III Mr. and Mrs. John J. Smithson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher F. Spelbring Mr. and Mrs. L. Mark Stepanian Mr. and Mrs. Brude D. Stoever Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Stratford III Mr. and Mrs. Gil John Villanueva Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Waldron Dr. Laraine S. Warner and Mr. Paul K. Warner Mr. and Mrs. James P. Watson

Reverend and Mrs. Nathaniel D. West Mr. Rodney T. Willett and Ms. Lydia R. Pulley Mr. and Mrs. T. Spencer Williamson IV Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Wilson Dr. and Mrs. Alvaro R. Zeballos

2022 Sixth Grade

55%

Mr. and Mrs. Tiffany Bohm Armstrong Dr. and Mrs. C. Ryan Barnes Mr. Daniel G. Bartels and Mrs. Mary Kathryn Noon Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Becker Mr. and Mrs. David L. Beeghly Dr. Patricia B. Bonwell and Mr. William S. Bonwell Mr. and Mrs. Eric N. Bowling Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Brackett Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Bradley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bradshaw III Mr. and Mrs. D. Reid Burford Mr. and Mrs. J. Sean Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Mason T. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Clarke Mr. and Mrs. Clay M. Coleman Dr. and Mrs. Mervyn F. Colina Dr. and Mrs. W. Scott Conrad Mr. and Mrs. S. Gregory Cope Mr. Dean T. Cowles and Ms. Sarah G. Cowles Dr. Laurie W. Cuttino and Mr. Christopher P. Denton Mr. and Mrs. Duane A. Deskevich Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Ducharme Mr. and Mrs. Everett A. Fairlamb III Mr. and Mrs. John M. Fallon Dr. and Mrs. Ofer Feder Mr. and Mrs. Robert W.A. Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. J. William Ferrell IV Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Hagan Mr. and Mrs. A. Brent Hailes Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Hall Mr. and Mrs. R. Shawn Handley Dr. and Mrs. Ellis O. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Michael N. Herring Mr. and Mrs. Willis J. Hidell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Corey W. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Holdych Mr. and Mrs. David B. Horner Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Jobe Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Kennon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Kulp


2023 Fifth Grade Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Aaronson III Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Aboud

52%

Dr. Leah A. Sievers and Mr. Michael E. Sievers Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Slater Mr. and Mrs. John J. Smithson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Spraker Mr. and Mrs. E. Andrew Stanley Mrs. Mironda B. Starke Mr. and Mrs. L. Mark Stepanian Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. Stringer Mr. Morton G. Thalhimer III Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Tidey Mr. and Mrs. Alan P. Vaughan Dr. and Mrs. Nathan D. Zasler Dr. and Mrs. Alvaro R. Zeballos Mr. and Mrs. C. David Zyglocke

2024

57%

Fourth Grade

Parents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Drs. John and Giao Lee Mr. and Mrs. Christopher V. Lucy Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Macdonald Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey T. Marlatt Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Mayr Mr. and Mrs. David L. McDaniel Mr. and Mrs. W. Benjamin Pace Mr. and Mrs. Gerry C. Quindoza Mr. and Mrs. Joshua H. Rahman Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Ratchford Mr. and Mrs. Patrick D. Riendeau Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Rohr Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. David T. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. James S. Seevers, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Julious P. Smith III Mr. David Smith and Mrs. Beth Vetrovec Smith Mr. and Mrs. Andy Stefanovich Mrs. Susan C. Stone Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Tidey Mr. Joeffrey Trimmingham and Ms. Paitra Russell Dr. and Mrs. Juan F. Villalona Dr. and Mrs. Mark F. Warner Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Westermann Mr. Hunt H. Whitehead and Mrs. Michele L. Chiocca Mr. and Mrs. Jere H. Williams, Jr. Ms. Shannon L. Winston and Ms. Monica L. Evans Dr. Charlotte B. Woodfin and Mr. John H. Woodfin Mr. and Mrs. John W. Woods, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Madison P. Wootton Dr. and Mrs. Phillip C. Zaun

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Adamson Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Tiffany Bohm Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Scott P. Aronson Mr. and Mrs. E. Wesley Atiyeh Mr. and Mrs. A. Gregory Ballowe Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt S. Beazley IV Mr. and Mrs. Jory A. Berson Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Boehm Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Bor Dr. and Mrs. David M. Bowman Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bristow Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Britt Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Campbell Drs. Stephen and Victoria Chen Mrs. Elizabeth Everett Cherkis Mr. Robert M. King and Ms. Jo Ellen Constine Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Craig, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan T. Cryer Mr. and Mrs. Alexander S. de Witt Mr. and Mrs. S. Preston Dillard Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. DuBose, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Eastep Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Garnett Mr. and Mrs. MacGregor T. Gould Mr. and Mrs. Kevin C. Gremer Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Gross Mr. and Mrs. John O. Gwathmey Mr. Scott C. Hook and Ms. Margaret M. Fogarty Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Christian A. Kantner Mr. and Mrs. J. Hunter Lansing Dr. Vienne K. Murray and Mr. Brian E. Leipheimer Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Sean McCluskey Dr. and Mrs. Richard Meagher, Jr. Dr. Angela L. S. Messer and Mr. Charles J. Messer Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Miller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Thayer Montague Mr. Todd Morchower Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Nanavati Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Neese Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Julian T. Ottley Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Pace Mr. and Mrs. D. Kevin Peterman Drs. John and Carolyn Port Mr. and Mrs. J. Aaron Revere Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Rigby Mr. and Mrs. Domenick J. Ronga Dr. Kirk Richardson and Dr. Linda Rouse Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Ryan

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Albrecht Dr. and Mrs. Tahir Allauddin Mr. and Mrs. Scott P. Aronson Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Ascoli Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bell Mr. and Mrs. David A. Boardman Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Boggs Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bonbright III Mr. and Mrs. Eric N. Bowling Mr. and Mrs. Tyler J. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Brackett Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bradshaw III Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Brost Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Callaghan Mr. and Mrs. John C. Chenault V Mr. and Mrs. Miles H. Clarkson Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B. Coffey Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Cribbs, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. Cullen Mr. Stephen J. Billings and Ms. Kathryn E. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Steven D’Ambrosia Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard J. Eberl Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Felts Mr. and Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ferry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David A. Gallagher Ms. Dee L. Goodbody Ms. Tauchanna G. Gregory Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Hall IV Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hall III Mr. and Mrs. Jason W. Harbour

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Parents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Harrison Dr. and Mrs. Ellis O. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. William R. B. Hershey Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Holdych Mr. and Mrs. Basil L. Hurst III Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Kulp Dr. David A. Lanning Dr. Vienne K. Murray and Mr. Brian E. Leipheimer Suzanne and Bolling Lewis Mr. and Mrs. William A. Martin III Dr. and Mrs. Matthew Mayr Mr. and Mrs. Matthew McMullin Mr. and Mrs. Jose A. Mendoza Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Merchant Mr. and Mrs. James W. Mitchell Mr. William J. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Duncan S. Owen III Mr. and Mrs. W. Benjamin Pace Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Quigley Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Reeves Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Roberts III Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Rogers Lacey and Ned Sinnott Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Smith IV Mr. and Mrs. E. Andrew Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Brude D. Stoever Mr. Joeffrey Trimmingham and Ms. Paitra Russell Rob and Shannon Ukrop Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Van Deusen Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. VanRoekel Mr. and Mrs. Will B. Webb Ms. Shannon L. Winston and Ms. Monica L. Evans Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wyatt Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Yarney

2025 Third Grade Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Aboud Mr. and Mrs. John G. Adamson Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. William D. Andrews Dr. Clavio M. Ascari and Dr. Jill C. Ascari Dr. Elizabeth C. Reynolds and Mr. John C. Berkyheiser III Mr. and Mrs. Jory A. Berson Mr. and Mrs. Bryan R. Bogese Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Bowman Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Boyd

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49%

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Bristow Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Britt Mr. and Mrs. David A. Byford Drs. Stephen and Victoria Chen Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Clarke Dr. and Mrs. Mervyn F. Colina Dr. and Mrs. W. Scott Conrad Mr. Robert M. King and Ms. Jo Ellen Constine Mrs. Laura H. Cowperthwait Ms. Libbie S. Crane Dr. Adam C. Crowl and Dr. Aalya H. Crowl Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Eastep Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Featherston III Mr. Thomas W. Funkhouser Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Gill Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Gross Mr. and Mrs. Armin R. Hartmann Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin P. Heidt Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hopper Mr. and Mrs. Basil L. Hurst III Mr. and Mrs. Bryce D. Jewett III Mr. and Mrs. Christian A. Kantner Drs. John and Giao Lee Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Logan Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Miller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Thayer Montague Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Nanavati Mr. and Mrs. Ryan P. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Palmore Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Pohlmann Mr. Robert D. Powers and Ms. Lisa M. Jones Mr. and Mrs. John M. R. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Rigby Mr. and Mrs. Eric G. Rohr Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. E. Christopher Schutt Mr. and Mrs. James S. Seevers, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Julious P. Smith III Mr. and Mrs. David F. Sponaugle Mrs. Susan C. Stone Dr. Nancy E. Taylor and Mr. Brandon C. Taylor Dr. and Mrs. Z. Bart Thornton Mr. Fitz R. Totten Mr. and Mrs. Alan P. Vaughan Dr. and Mrs. Juan F. Villalona Mr. and Mrs. Mark O. Webb Mr. and Mrs. David R. Wilkins Mrs. Kimberley N. Zandler Dr. and Mrs. Nathan D. Zasler Dr. and Mrs. Alvaro R. Zeballos Mr. and Mrs. C. David Zyglocke

2026 Second Grade

47%

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew K. Aman Mr. and Mrs. Scott P. Aronson Mr. and Mrs. W. Chason Beggerow Mr. and Mrs. Corey A. Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bonbright III Dr. and Mrs. David M. Bowman Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Brost Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Callaghan Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Carley Drs. Stephen and Victoria Chen Mr. and Mrs. Miles H. Clarkson Mr. and Mrs. F. Carter Dabney Mr. and Mrs. Duane A. Deskevich Ms. Lauren Diggs Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ferry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Foster Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Garnett Dr. Leo M. Gazoni and Dr. Farnaz M. Gazoni Dr. and Mrs. Daran Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Goodwyn Mr. and Mrs. MacGregor T. Gould Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Haas Mr. and Mrs. R. Shawn Handley Mr. and Mrs. Jason W. Harbour Dr. and Mrs. James A. Holland Mr. and Mrs. David B. Horner Ms. Monica Johnston Dr. David A. Lanning Mr. and Mrs. Theodore H. Lansing II Mr. Jiwei Lu and Ms. Ivy Gong Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Mahoney, Sr. Mr. Bruce Marr and Ms. Sandra Marr Mr. and Mrs. William A. Martin III Mr. and Mrs. John Gary Maynard III Mr. and Mrs. Matthew McMullin Mr. and Mrs. William A. Mosby Mrs. Katherine R. Musick Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Neese Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Pace Dr. Paras Pandya and Dr. Sonia Shah-Pandya Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Proutt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Quigley Mr. and Mrs. J. Aaron Revere Dr. Leah A. Sievers and Mr. Michael E. Sievers Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Slater Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Smith IV Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Spraker Mr. and Mrs. Brian G. Taylor Mr. Fitz R. Totten


2027 First Grade

47%

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Aboud Dr. and Mrs. Tahir Allauddin Mr. and Mrs. William D. Andrews Dr. Clavio M. Ascari and Dr. Jill C. Ascari Dr. and Mrs. Bikram Bal Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Becker Dr. Elizabeth C. Reynolds and Mr. John C. Berkyheiser III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Blackburn III Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Boehm Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Bor Dr. and Mrs. Michael Catoggio Mr. and Mrs. Page Chapman IV Mr. and Mrs. John C. Chenault V Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin K. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Craig, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Cribbs, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan T. Cryer Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. Cullen Mr. and Mrs. Alexander S. de Witt Mr. and Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Frye, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Brian L. Hager Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hepper Mr. and Mrs. Adam R. Hofheimer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen T. Holdych Mr. Scott C. Hook and Ms. Margaret M. Fogarty Mr. and Mrs. Basil L. Hurst III Mr. and Mrs. Reginald N. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Keiper Suzanne and Bolling Lewis Mr. and Mrs. John A. March, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Meagher, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Thayer Montague Mrs. Katherine R. Musick Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Palmore Mr. and Mrs. J. Cheairs Porter, Jr. Mr. John Barry Purcell and Dr. Allison Purcell Mr. and Mrs. F. Scott Reed, Jr. Dr. Sameer Rohatgi and Dr. Anjali Varandani Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Erik S. Siebert

Dr. Kulbir Sandhu and Mr. Parmeet Soin Mr. and Mrs. David F. Sponaugle Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Van Deusen Mr. and Mrs. Fernando B. Viego Ms. Rhonda A. West Mr. and Mrs. David R. Wilkins Mr. and Mrs. Whitney R. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Winston Dr. Patricia A. Daylor and Mr. Philip D. Wittie Mr. and Mrs. Madison P. Wootton Mrs. Kimberley N. Zandler

2028 Kindergarten Mr. and Mrs. Scott P. Aronson Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Baker Mr. William H. Towles III and Ms. Melanie L. Barker Mr. and Mrs. W. Chason Beggerow Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Boyle Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Callaghan Dr. and Mrs. Michael Catoggio Mr. and Mrs. Page Chapman IV Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth H Cobb Dr. and Mrs. W. Scott Conrad Shayna and Brad Cooke Dr. Adam C. Crowl and Dr. Aalya H. Crowl Dr. Denise Dietz Ms. Lauren Diggs Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Dudley Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dyer Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard J. Eberl Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ferry, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Frye, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey E. Galanti Mr. W. Clay Garrett and Ms. Charlotte P. McAfee Dr. Leo M. Gazoni and Dr. Farnaz M. Gazoni Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Gill Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Goodwyn Mr. and Mrs. Christian A. Haug Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Hutcheson Mr. and Mrs. Bryce D. Jewett III Ms. Monica Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Reginald N. Jones Mr. and Mrs. James L. McGeorge, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Laurence M. Moncol

57%

Dr. Avik Mukherjee and Dr. Akta Mukherjee Mr. and Mrs. Ryan P. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Brendan D. O’Toole Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Randolph, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Alexander R. Schaaf Mr. and Mrs. William H.S. Seegar Mr. Christopher R. Senfield and Mrs. Wendi A. Moss Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Slater Mr. and Mrs. E. Andrew Stanley Dr. Nancy E. Taylor and Mr. Brandon C. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Adam R. Thalhimer Dr. and Mrs. Z. Bart Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Trible Dr. and Mrs. Juan F. Villalona Mr. and Mrs. Ian A. Watt Dr. J. Kenneth Zelenak and Dr. Ashley T. Zelenak

2029 Junior Kindergarten

Parents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mr. and Mrs. James P. Watson Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Yarney

57%

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Anderson III Dr. and Mrs. Todd B. Baird Mr. Michael Adamik and Mrs. Kimberly S. Ball Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Call Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Carley Dr. and Mrs. Randall M. Geldreich Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Adam R. Hofheimer Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Keiper Mr. and Mrs. J. Hunter Lansing Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. McGrath Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Proutt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Pruitt Mr. John Barry Purcell and Dr. Allison Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Quigley Mr. and Mrs. Gerry C. Quindoza Mr. and Mrs. S. Zachary Sisisky Dr. Suzzette Chopin and Mr. Vlastimil Svab Mr. and Mrs. Ian A. Watt Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wilson

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Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

$578,026 Total

21%

Total Participation

Alumni Donors by Class Thank you to our Alumni Annual Fund Co-Chairs, Lizzie Cullen Cox ’00 and Clay Coleman ’89.

1936

1944

1949

1937

1946

1950

1938

1947

25% Mrs. Ann Lee Saunders Brown

50% Mrs. Miriam Scott Apter

100% Mrs. Betty Ratcliffe Marshall

1940

50% Mrs. Mary Nolde Foster

1943

20% Mrs. Louise Price Fletcher

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20% Mrs. Eleanor Durham Davenport

33% Mrs. Margaret Ellett Guy Mrs. Margaret Eanes Noftsinger

17% Mrs. Elizabeth Jones Davis

1948

29% Mrs. Edythe Reed Funsten Mrs. Roxane Harrison Mitchell

17% Mrs. Barbara Amole Smith

45% Mrs. Jane Finegan Boinest Mrs. E. Reed Carter Mrs. Elizabeth Shewmake Johannessen Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Reed, Jr. Mrs. Mary Jane Bowers Willis

1951

33% Mrs. Mary Stuart Brenaman Cruickshank Mrs. Patricia Minor Hoover Mrs. Elizabeth Richardson Shannon


38%

Mrs. Katherine Jackson Bryant Mrs. Louise Galleher Coldwell Mrs. Nancy Page Hall Edmunds Mrs. Nancy Thomas Hill Mrs. Elizabeth Cook Rostermundt

1953

75% Mrs. Ann Chesley Edmunds Mrs. Katharine Tilghman Lowe Mrs. Nelda Wood Snyder

1954

25% Mrs. Susan Gladding Cocke Mrs. Virginia Puller Dabney Mrs. Dorothy Ewing Ferrell Mrs. Katherine McDowell Higgins

1958

1955

31% Ms. Susan W. Durham Ms. Lucie Hall Fitzgerald Mrs. Hunter H. McGuire, Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennon Shuey Mrs. Bernice Spathey Walker

27%

Mrs. Elizabeth Hotchkiss Cary Mrs. Mary Bruce Featherston DeVoe Mrs. Champ Roberts Johnson Mrs. Elizabeth Neal Osborne Mrs. Maria Ashby Dunn Scott*

1959

1961

23%

Ms. Harriet A. Franklin Mrs. Cornelia Whittet Garrett Mrs. Anne Gordon Dickerson Harrison Miss Mary Garland Jefferson Mrs. Mary Kennon McDaniel Mrs. Mary Madelyn Robison Tucker

44%

Mrs. Lake McGary Andrews Mrs. Mason Henley Beazley Mrs. Jane Hubbard Best Mrs. Anne Walker Cotton Mrs. Nancy Johns O’Brien Mrs. Kaye Brinkley Spalding Mrs. Virginia Anne Lloyd Vaughan Mrs. Sigrid Lynn Whittle

33%

Ms. Carter B. Brenaman Mrs. Elizabeth Temple Downs Dr. Marsha Taliaferro Gillis Mrs. Constance Booker Moe

1956

1957

50%

Mrs. Constance Kennon Harriss Mrs. Mary Buford Bocock Hitz Mrs. Julia Scott Wall King Mrs. Deane Hotchkiss Mountcastle Mrs. Frances Bramble Sargent Mrs. Courtney Lawson Sjostrom Mrs. Patricia Chewning Young

1960

32% Mrs. Grace Whitehead Broaddus Miss Virginia W. Ewing Mrs. Joyce Flippen Nash Mrs. Maria Wornom Rippe Mrs. Susanne Williams Snead Mrs. Betsy Jo Viener Spence Mrs. Catherine Carson Stratford Mrs. Mary Carrington Williams

1962

35% Mrs. Susan Materne Benson Ms. Margaret S. Bryson Mrs. Marion Smith Chenault Mrs. Ann Strickland Davenport Mrs. Anne Coleman Davidson Mrs. Rossie Reed Fisher Mrs. Ann Winfree Gooch Mr. David W. Leary Mrs. Anne Hirschler Long Mrs. Frances Shinnick Manderson Mrs. Sharon Welton Parker Mrs. Lucy Fitzgerald Steele

Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

1952

1963

37% Mrs. Frances Shetter Adamson Reed Dr. Robert MacIntyre Bennett Mrs. Katherine Henley Bennett Mrs. Carolyn Baker Bottger Mrs. Patricia Margraf Bussard Mrs. Jeannette Yager Dortch Thomas J. Holden III Mrs. Judith Pleasants Jamieson Mrs. Retta Leigh Perel Keil Mrs. Margaret Reynolds Mackell Mrs. Lucy Oliver Mrs. Roberta Brent Peek Mr. C. Porter Vaughan III Mr. H. Nicholas Visser

I GIVE BECAUSE

It’s my duty as an alumna to support the Collegiate community and to make sure She stays strong for generations to come.

*Deceased

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Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

1964

37% Mr. Michael K. Brandon Mrs. Lloyd Hall Brown Dr. Robert B. Carter Mrs. Jean Nickel Collins Mr. Jeffress Samuel Dortch III Ms. Susan Farley Ferrell Ms. Parke Finold Mrs. Gay Goodwin Goldstone Mr. Bryce D. Jewett, Jr. Ms. Terry Hyde Ketchem Mr. Rayford P. Kytle III Ms. Betsy G. Manson Dr. William M.S. Rasmussen Mrs. Nan Ellen Williams Ritsch Mr. W. Randolph Robins Mr. William B. Thalhimer III Mrs. Barbara Culpepper Townsend Ms. Elizabeth Austin Tucker Mr. Richard W. Wiltshire, Jr. Mrs. Ann Gray Turner Wood

1965

57% Mr. Charles P. Adams Mr. Harold L. Barnes, Jr. Mrs. Anne P. Dobbins Brasfield Ms. Kathrin Schwarzchild Brown Mrs. Jane Longan Caldwell Mrs. Suzanne Jones Duncan Mrs. Deborah Yager Epes Ms. Mary Campbell Flinn Mr. Thomas F. Garner, Jr. Mrs. Nancy Sadler George Mr. Benjamin Lewis Greenbaum Mrs. Anne Pinnell Harper Mrs. Fleet Gregory Hurlbatt Ms. Virginia Ann Jones Ms. Mary Clifton Ottley Jones Mrs. Judith West Kidd Mrs. Mary Hays Leeper Kiefner Mrs. Gail Pearsall Kinder Mr. J. Theodore Linhart Mr. Frederick C. Lowden Mrs. Blair Penick McIlwain Ms. Lindsay M. Miller Mrs. Mary Lee Miller Mr. Chunk Neale Mr. Warren Maxwell Pace, Jr. Mr. William S. Porter

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Mrs. Mary Leary Rabb Mr. William L. Roberts Mr. John T. Robertson Mrs. Marilyn Louthan Slabaugh Mr. Alex Smith Ms. Page Hancock Thurston Mrs. Kate Donnahoe Vaughan Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson Warman Mrs. Marshall Brent Waterman

1966

26%

Mrs. Dorothy McDowell Adams Ms. Elizabeth Adamson Mr. George Edward Allen III Anonymous Mr. Richard Henrik Antell Mrs. Emily Yelton Ausband Mrs. Mary Anna Toms Broadbent Mr. William Rives Curdts Mr. John Walker Gregory Mr. Franklin Bain Heiner Mr. F. Robertson Hershey Mrs. Sue Eastham King Ms. Lee Marshall Price Dr. B. Thomas Reams Mr. William H. Schwarzschild III Mr. Addison B. Thompson Mr. Leroy B. Vaughan Mr. Stephen K. White

1967

26% Mrs. Isabel Spilman Bates Mr. Richard K. Bennett, Sr. Ms. Lucy R. Correll Mrs. Elizabeth Conner Flippen Mr. William Vaughan Garner Ms. Martha Clark Goss Ms. Sarah E. Hall Ms. Joan Hedgecock Mrs. Elizabeth Coleman James Mrs. Susan Kemp Kump Mr. Gordon Lee Mallonee, Jr. Mrs. Bruce Johann Muller-Thym Robert A. Nigro Mr. Jonathan S. Perel Mr. William B. Wiltshire Mrs. Louise Vincent Wiltshire

1968

30% Mrs. Barbara Robertson Burke Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson Childrey Mr. H. Guy Collier Mr. Robert E. Cosby, Jr. Mr. Charles Michael DeCamps Mrs. Wendy Galston Gold Ms. Laura Moore Hall Mr. Charles L. Heiner Mrs. Kathryn Conner Jarvis Mr. Donald D. Lecky Mrs. Elizabeth Hart Lecky Mr. Chaffraix A. Lelong, Jr. Mr. Frank A. McKenney Dr. W. Philip Morrissette III Mr. Gordon F. Penick III Mrs. Ruth Norfleet Penick Mrs. Virginia Stevens Purcell Mr. Daniel S. Smith

1969

24% Mrs. Lisa Herron Bankoff Mrs. Christi White Barranger Mr. Walter Lee Christian Ms. Katherine Meyers Cohen Mr. William R. Elliott Ms. Elisabeth Anne Fisher Mr. Merritt W. Foster III Mrs. Virginia Budwell Heindl Mrs. Ellen Thalhimer Holland Mr. George Clifford Kirkmyer III Mr. T. Gaylon Layfield III Mrs. Marilyn Linhart Moses Mr. Earl Bryson Powell Mrs. Frances Simpson Powell Mrs. Frances Chalkley Robertson Mr. Arthur N. Sanderson Mr. Yoshiaki Sato Mrs. Scottie Newell Slater Mr. Sidney L. Stern II Mr. Francis D. Williams III Mr. Richard Gregory Williams

1970

18% Mr. M. Garland Anderson II Dr. Frank Douglass Bruni Mrs. Kate Mallonee Buckingham


Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund Ms. Ellen Clore Mr. William B. Correll, Jr. Dr. John M. Daniel III Dr. David W. Luckey Ms. Karen A. Massey Mr. Richard L. Nigro Mrs. Martha Scott O’Connell Mr. Nelson C. Pollard Mr. George T. Richardson Mrs. Maxine Matthews Smith Mrs. Barrie Miller Sutton Mrs. Nancy Cox Vaughan Mr. R. L. Terrell Williams

1971

28% Mrs. Betty Pitt Cimmino Mr. Stanley F. Druckenmiller Dr. Catherine D. Ennis Mr. Joseph A. Farmer Mr. George B. Field III Mrs. Anne Day Friddell Ms. Zoe Anne Green Mrs. Molly Prince Johnson Mr. H. Pettus LeCompte Mr. William Reilly Marchant Ms. Boodie Wiltshire McGurn Mrs. Rebecca Major Newman Mrs. Kate Fleming Parthemos Mr. Thomas Earl Pruitt Mr. James Harris Scholl Mrs. Barbara Briesmaster Sensabaugh

Mr. David G. Shuford Mrs. Susan Heiner Steadman Mrs. Molly Nichols Tashjian Mr. Harry R. Thalhimer Ms. Terry Starke Tosh Mr. R. Taylor Waller, Jr. Mr. George P. Whitley Ms. Susan Lynne Williams Mr. Henry S. Winston IV

1972

34% Mr. Anthony J. Asch Mrs. Joan Pruitt Buhrman Ms. Sara Anne Burford Mrs. Elizabeth Gayle Clough Ms. Mary Maxwell Conner Mary D. Bennett Ellison Mr. Stuart C. Ford Mr. John David Gottwald Ms. Carol W. Herod Mrs. Pamela Wagner Johnson Reverend Patricia Dykers Koenig Mrs. Beth Watlington Marchant Mrs. Brenda Britten Mathews Mr. David L. Nickel Mr. James Christopher Oates Mr. James Lee Edward Osborne Mrs. Elaine Ferebee Osburn Mrs. Ann Markel Samford Ms. Susan Trigg Sanders Mr. F. Behle Schaaf

Ms. Julia W. Shannon Ms. Jane Connell Spilman Mrs. Rebecca LeCompte Thornton Mrs. Stephanie Lelong Waller Mr. Walter L. Williams Mr. J. Christopher Wiltshire

1973

20% Mrs. Jane Kastenbaum Asch Mr. David Mackay Clough Mrs. Elizabeth Bruni Downey Reverend Gail Merrick Ebersole Mr. Everett Allan Fairlamb III Mrs. Joan McCormack Ferrill Mrs. Justin Derieux Frackelton Mr. William F. Drewry Gallalee Mr. Mont D. Gaylord Mrs. Elizabeth Chandler Hallberg Mr. Charles L. Rogers Dr. Daniel F. Savage III Dr. Conway Fleming Saylor Mr. Robert N. Siff Mrs. Elizabeth Yager Simpson Mr. Morton G. Thalhimer III Mrs. Frances Shelton Vaughan Mr. Barry A. Wilton

1974

26% Mrs. Anne Cary Hall Allen

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Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

I GIVE BECAUSE

It’s an honor and privilege to give back to the community that shaped me into who I am today.

Ms. Margaret H. Campbell Mr. William H. Carter Mrs. Helen Anderson Carter Mrs. Cynthia Liebert Crowder Mrs. Jane Bowman Fain Mr. Neil Page Farmer Miss Melanie Karen Gorsline Mrs. Margaret Newell Gottwald Mr. Erik Scott Greenbaum Mr. Robert G. Kastenbaum Mr. James Moore McMahon Mrs. Margaret Reese Mertens Mrs. Margaret Milby Mr. John Moncure, Jr. Mrs. Kathryn Redford O’Mara Mr. Jeffrey C. Timmons Mrs. Wendy Walton Ward Mr. David Miles Williams

1975

25% Mrs. Nancy Kennon Bruchbacher Mrs. Teresa Yancey Crane Mrs. Mary Sue Estes Donahue Mrs. Elizabeth Levey Freeman Mrs. Beth Jones Geraghty Mrs. Pem Boinest Hall Ms. Elizabeth R. Harris Dr. Mary Lawrence Harris Ms. Sarah Doddridge Kay Mrs. Martha Fleming Moore Mrs. Margaret Morrissette Nost Mr. Russell W. Perkins, Sr. Mr. Crit T. Richardson Mr. Charles Granville Scott Mrs. Tyler Norman Scott Mr. Meade A. Spotts Mr. Mark A. Sweeney Mr. W. Morison Wood III

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1976

23% Mr. Steven E. Ash Mrs. Brenda Chandler Bell Ms. Margaret Karen Berkness Mr. Arthur S. Brinkley III Dr. Robert S. Call Mr. John Davis Catterton Anne L. Coleman, M.D., Ph.D. Mr. Gary S. Cosby Mrs. Shelley Ingram deButts Mrs. Anne Preston Robertson Farmer Mr. W. David Gorsline, Jr. Dr. Wendy Frances Kuhn Mrs. Elizabeth Blaylock Lewis Dr. Benita Atiyeh Miller Mrs. Deborah Howard Perkins Mrs. Elizabeth Andrews Richardson Mr. Thomas Randolph Shannon Mr. Gregory W. Vaughan

1977

21%

Mr. Henry Stokes Carter Mr. Mark Andrew Christian Mrs. Alison Farmer Cosby Mrs. Marie Achtemeier Finch Mr. Edward Kent Gay Mrs. Terrell Luck Harrigan Mrs. Ann Keller Hillsman Ms. Christienne Ruddy Hulcher Mr. Albert B. Kirtland Ms. Jean Elizabeth McLarin Mrs. Elizabeth Stettinius Monroe Mrs. Kimberly Pettit O’Shea Mr. Hubel Robins III Mrs. Suzanne Wiley Van Orden Dr. Robert O. Waldbauer, Jr. Mr. Richard Lee Ware

Mr. Andrew Taylor Wiley Mr. Robert B. Wrenn, Jr. Mrs. Marietta Edmunds Zakas

1978

28% Anonymous Ms. Lynne Marie Berkness Mr. Ronald F. Calkins, Jr. Mr. Jeffrey Whitefield Congdon Mr. E. Bradley Crosby Mrs. Terry Ellen Crosby Mrs. Fraser Catterton Finney Mr. Philip Henry Goodpasture Mr. William Randolph Harrison Mrs. Paula Billingsley Harrison Mr. Stephen Anson Hart Mrs. Leigh Dobbins Johnson Mr. John F. Kay III Mr. William H. LeCompte Mr. John Watkins Martin Ms. Robin Jane Mayer Mr. Jeffrey Aleshire Modisett Mrs. Jane Shannon Newman Mr. Mills Jordan Piland Mrs. Amy Gilman Remke Mrs. Adair Dages Wheat Ms. Carolyn Levey Winks

1979

21% Taylor Allen Mrs. Linda Holland Allen Mr. Wade H. Branner Mrs. Sandra Moore Carli Mr. Christopher Hume Daly Mrs. Elizabeth Kay Dunn Dr. Renee Goodstein


1980

21% Mr. Edward Lefebvre Allen Mrs. Anne Ratcliffe Chamblee Mr. Michael Allen Condyles Ms. Bonnie L. Crater Mr. John Owen Gwathmey Dr. James S. Hunter, Jr. Mrs. Patricia Hobson Hunter Dr. Elizabeth McKenney Kiser Mr. C. Walton Makepeace Mr. David Hall Murphy

Mrs. Laura Yancey Peery Ms. Elizabeth G. Regan Mr. J. Sargeant Reynolds, Jr. Mrs. Mary Seaman Sarkes Mrs. Hunter McKinley Sydnor Mr. Franklin Carlyle Tiller, Jr. Colonel William Lee Wimbish, Jr. Mr. Russell Gardner Wyatt

1981

20% Dr. Michael Armstrong, Jr. Mrs. Lou Ann Bell Bradley Mrs. Julie Unger Byerly Mrs. Cynthia Strother Cecil Mr. F. Neil Cowan, Jr. Mr. Frank Heindl Doherty Mrs. Frances Craigie Fitzgerald Mrs. Austin Cary Hancock Ms. Josephine F. Hughes Mr. Mark Duncan Kilpatrick Mrs. Tyler Beazley Kilpatrick Mrs. Tracy Sinnott Mason Mr. R. Douglas Massey Mr. Walter John McGraw, Jr. Mrs. Lynn Kirchmier Melnick Mr. Panos Stephan Midis Ms. Donna Lynne Perry

Ms. Monica Anke Ranniger Mr. Joseph M. Spivey IV Mrs. Suzanne Haynes Spivey Mr. Rodney Turner Willett

1982

22% Mrs. Catherine Maynard Armstrong Mr. Terence Goodwin Blackwood Mr. William Temple Blackwood Mrs. Martha Robertson Bowden Mr. William Joseph Bugg III Mr. James A. DeVoe, Jr. Dr. James Scott Duff III Mrs. Holly Schmidt Fairlamb Mrs. Linda Martin Geho Mr. J. Christopher Gilman Dr. Frances Blanton Herbert Mr. James W. Klaus Ms. Catherine Ratcliffe Mitchell Mr. William Huntington Reeves Mrs. Sally Wyatt Roddey Ms. Katherine B. Seaman Mr. Stanton L. Thalhimer Mr. Marshall Scott Wimbish Mr. Kenneth H. Young

Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mr. Jeffrey McClain Graeber Mrs. Martha Estes Grover Mr. Allan D. Ivie IV Mrs. Page Boinest Melton Ivie Mrs. Anne McCormack Jones Dr. Warren S. Koontz Mr. J. Christopher McCracken Mr. John Howard McLarin Mrs. Lisa Honaker Nickel Mrs. Jill Remington Powers Mr. Wallace Gray Stettinius Mrs. Laurie Stanwood Stettinius Mr. Richard L. Thalhimer Mrs. Barrie Berman VanBrackle

1983

18% Anonymous Mr. Jeffrey Thomas Armstrong Mr. Michael Garrett Bland Mr. Alexander W. C. Cecil Mr. R. Robinson Crosby III Mr. Rives Fleming III Mr. Harrison Moncure Geho Mrs. Blair Chandler Grappone Mrs. Sara Massie Grattan Mrs. Susan Macon Jamieson Mrs. Elizabeth Baird Kazazian Mr. Patrick Howard Kirchmier Mr. Frank F. Mountcastle III Mr. W. Brian Reames Mr. Charles Larus Reed III Mr. Gregory C. Robins Mr. Charles B. Scher Mrs. Leigh Compton Shobe Mrs. Amanda Little Surgner Mrs. Norvell Beazley Whitaker

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Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

1984

21%

Mr. Edward Wesley Atiyeh Mrs. Mary Stuart Cocke Battle Mr. Hobart P. Bauhan Mr. James Sean Campbell Mr. Mason Travers Chapman Mr. M. Deane Cheatham III Mr. David Thomas Clary Mrs. Ellen Fleming Dougherty Mrs. Mary Williams Hagan Mr. Michael Robert Henry Mrs. Catherine Black Kirchmier Mr. Christopher G. Kulp Mrs. Melissa Falls Mauck Mr. William F. Moore, Jr. Mr. Bradley David Nott Ms. Sarah T. Paxton Mr. John Jordan Smithson Mrs. Elizabeth Johns Whitman

1985

25% Mrs. Stella Crane Alexander Mr. Troy Gerard Arnold III Mr. Wyatt Beazley IV Mr. Michael Robert Brost Mrs. Jill Harthun Chao Mrs. Cynthia Clay Cheatham Mrs. Elizabeth Carlton Crosby

Robotics Exceeds Expectations C

ollegiate’s burgeoning robotics program consisted of nearly 60 Middle and Upper School students. This year’s group hosted their successful kickoff on Jan. 9, 2016. The Upper School team was crowned District Champions and Highest Rookie Seed at the Chesapeake District Championship and earned the Rookie Inspiration Award at the Central Virginia event. The team traveled to St. Louis, Missouri, to compete for a world title against 600 teams from 39 countries in April. Annual Fund contributions and Winter Party proceeds helped fund the initiative. Thanks for all you do to make this possible.

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Mr. John McGee Fallon Mrs. Catherine Crooks Hill Mrs. Katharine Denny Joyce Mr. Brian Christopher Justice Mr. Kevin Edward Martingayle Ms. Mary Catherine Stagg Nimaga Mr. John Mercer Reeves Reed Ms. Sheryl A. Robins Mrs. Anne Mountcastle Rusbuldt Mr. Alfred L. Stratford III Mrs. Suzanne Lublin Tiplitz Mrs. Ashley Klaus Turner Ms. Elizabeth Williams Twohy Mrs. Frances Williams White Captain Frank D. Whitworth III USN

1986

18% Mr. Tiffany Bohm Armstrong Mrs. Tenley Fleischer Beazley Mrs. Kimberley Robertson Berling Mrs. Ellen Turbeville Bonbright Mr. Charles Reginald Bristow Mr. Scott Carrington Brooks Mrs. Elizabeth Everett Cherkis Mrs. Roya Palmer Ewing Mr. William Aubrey Hall, Jr. Mr. Arthur W. Harrison III Mr. Alan Stephenson Humphreys III Mr. John Gary Maynard III

Mr. Duncan Shaw Owen III Richard Andert Robins, Esq. Mr. Edward F. Sinnott III Dr. Julious Perry Smith III Mrs. Elisabeth Arnold Weiss

1987

26% Ms. Anne Bruce Baskerville Ahearn Dr. Todd Biery Baird Mrs. Emily Davis Baldridge Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell Bayston Mr. Robert Lionel Bell, Jr. Mrs. Lisa Hampson Butler Mr. Michael M. Campbell Ms. Jo Ellen Constine Mrs. Gretchen Loree Crawford Mr. Charles Aubrey Featherston III Mr. James William Ferrell IV Mr. William Hunter Goodwin III Mrs. Susan Tolleson Gowen Mrs. Taylor Cary Kell Mr. Leighton A.C. Klevana Mrs. Haley Coulbourn Ottley Mrs. Frances Benson Phillips Mr. Edward Christopher Schutt Mrs. Olivia Randolph Waters Mrs. Reaves Wimbish Mr. John Howlett Woodfin, Jr.


21% BEAM Donor Advised Fund of Richmond Jewish Foundation Mr. I. Gerald Bullock Mr. Douglas Reid Burford Mr. Robert W. Cabaniss III Mrs. Janet Collins Deskevich Mr. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II Molly Goodwin Hardie Mrs. Eva Morgan Hartmann Mrs. Marsh Powell Hayes Dr. Sarah Josephs Hellewell Mrs. Elizabeth Hutchins Mrs. Anne Gail Gilman Jennings Mr. Kirk David Keil Mr. James Scott Kulp Mrs. Amy Becker Leibowitz Mr. McAlister C. Marshall II Mrs. Lindsey Alvis Melvin Mr. Ronald Oswin Pessner, Jr. Dr. Kathryn Bates Russell Mrs. Faulkner Bagley Sgro Mr. Robert Stephen Ukrop, Jr. Mrs. Townsend Ross Westermann Mr. J. Porter White Mr. C. Preston Williams Mr. John Andrew Wyatt

1989

21%

Mrs. Jacquelin Ukrop Aronson Mrs. Cynthia Nott Bowling Mr. Clay Miller Coleman Ms. Libbie S. Crane Mrs. Emily Hilbert DuBose Ms. Jane T. Fisher Ms. Sarah P. Gentry Mr. A. Brent Hailes Mrs. Fleming Bottger McCrystal Mrs. Rennie Goodykoontz McDaniel Mr. Michael Todd Morchower Dr. Jennifer Myer Mr. Harrison Shelby Nelson Mrs. Vicki Barrett Nichols Mrs. Emily Baskerville Oney Mrs. Julie Sydnor Peterman Mrs. Christie Dunnavant Reed Miss Alix Eden Seif Mr. Stephen Hayes Smith Mr. L. Mark Stepanian Mr. Madison Pendleton Wootton

1990

19% Mrs. Hylah Boyd Ballowe Dr. Richard L. Bennett, Jr. Mrs. Leslye Marshall Black Mr. William Bates Chappell, Jr. Mrs. Emily Jones Fonville Mr. Matthew T. Goodwin Mr. David D. Leshner Mrs. Betsy Schnell Livesay Mrs. Cara Koonce McDaniel Mr. Robert Burwell Owen Mrs. Margaret Randolph Pace Mrs. Ann Brooke Lewis Raynal Ms. Elizabeth Mason Roach Mrs. Jennifer Jewett Ruth Mrs. Elizabeth Vetrovec Smith Mr. Roy T. Tepper III

1991

16% Mrs. Jennifer McGuire Brost Mr. Alexander Spotswood de Witt Mr. Stuart Preston Dillard Mrs. April Sharp Garnett Mrs. Elizabeth Berglund Hall Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Hofheimer Mrs. Chandler Thaxton Klevana Mr. James L. McGeorge, Jr. Mrs. Ashley Reynolds Ray Mr. Scott Forbes Ruth Mr. Christopher Edward Trible Mr. Alan Porter Vaughan Mrs. Carey Thompson Viego

1992

19% Mr. Charles Edward Bradshaw III Mrs. Beverly Randolph Campbell Mrs. Frances Owen Coleman Mrs. Berkeley Pollard Darr Mrs. Latane Lewis Dillard Mrs. Eliza Goodall Gavin Mrs. Mollie Hines Mitchell Ms. Elizabeth Heyward Nelson Mr. John Barry Purcell Mr. Frederic Scott Reed, Jr. Mr. Mason Chilton Reed Mrs. Brooke Vaughan Schroeder Mr. Stephen Talbot Spraker

Mr. Samuel McKinley Turner Mr. Jeffrey B. Ukrop Miss Martha Alsop Warthen Mrs. Jennifer Robertson Wilkins Mr. William B. Wiltshire, Jr.

1993

27% Mrs. Whitney Smith Conrad Dr. William Scott Conrad Mrs. Beatrice Leachman Cope Mrs. Kerry O’Hanlon Coyne Mrs. Erika Schiff de Witt Mr. Murray Lemoyne Fisher Mr. Charles Turner Fonville Mr. Benjamin Peter Heidt Mr. Bryce Dickinson Jewett III Mr. Andrew C. Lowden Mr. Ryan Joseph McInnis Mrs. Archana Jesudian McLoughlin Mr. Michael Goodrich Palmore Mr. Russel Grant Perkins Mr. Justin Nicholas Nathanson Pope Mrs. Marshall Bates Rigby Mrs. Linda Luck Rohr Mr. Andrew Paul Stepanian Mrs. Dudley Carter Sullivan Mr. Christopher L. Wallace Dr. J. Kenneth Zelenak

Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

1988

1994

14% Mr. Keith D. Adams, Jr. Mr. Stephen F. Adelaar Mr. T. Andrew Boswell Mr. Gray Bolling Broughton Mrs. Ashley Gardner Gallienne Mrs. Kathryn Webb Heidt Mr. William Robertson Beverley Hershey Mrs. Erin Smith Jewett Mr. D. Mason Lecky Mrs. Sarah Cook Martin Mrs. Molly Brent Revere Mr. David Ryan Wilkins

1995

13% Mrs. Elizabeth Vaughan Anderson Mrs. Katherine Orr Barre

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Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mrs. Callie Lacy Brackett Mrs. Anne Taliaferro Thompson Elam Mr. Adam Raab Hofheimer Mrs. Nancy Jo Ukrop Kantner Mrs. Sarah Maxwell Kerr Mr. William James Lagos, Jr. Mrs. C. Louise Kimbrell Lindsay Mrs. Kathryn Dunnington Miller Dr. Pamela Herbert Minkler Mr. Thomas Winston Price

1996

24% Mrs. Katherine Thalhimer Adamson Mr. Farhad Reza Alavi Mr. Tyler Lind Charles Mr. Thomas T. Cullen Mr. Frederick Carter Dabney Mrs. Mavora Monk Donoghue Mr. Andrew Richard Duggan Mr. Robert Gareth Ellis Mrs. Amanda Lannon Featherstone Mrs. Virginia Nuckols Ferry Mr. Charles Matthew Gallienne IV Ms. Caroline Bache Garrett Mrs. Virginia Harris Hofheimer Mr. Shepherd Fitz-Hugh Lewis, Jr. Mr. Michael G. Pruitt Mr. William Luther Rackley Mr. Hartwell Heath Roper, Jr. Mr. William Walton Silverman Mr. S. Zachary Sisisky Mr. Andrew F. Slater Mrs. Roberta Fishburne Strickler

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Mr. and Mrs. Derek A. Thomas Mr. George Edward Stafford Via Mr. Adam Stewart Watson Mrs. Allison Johnson Whittemore Mrs. Neelan Markel Winston Mr. Thomas Lawrence Winston

1997

16%

Dr. Scott McDowell Adams Mrs. Ellen Ritsch Boyle Mrs. Alice Collins Fruth Mr. Jeffrey E. Galanti Mrs. Anne Wesley Gehring Mr. Jonathan Scott Goodman Mr. William Scherer Hartwell Mrs. Keri Arnold Hostetler Mr. Matthew Forrest Hunter Dr. Arun Benjamin Jesudian Miss Virginia Broun Lawson Dr. James T. May IV Mrs. Kristan Schaaf McGehee Dr. Christopher Thomas Sica Mrs. Anne Gray Cullen Siebert Mr. Adam R. Thalhimer Dr. Leroy Brown Vaughan, Jr. Mrs. Catherine Thomson White Mr. Richard Watkins Wiltshire III

1998

20% Mr. Benjamin Kirkpatrick Adamson Mrs. Bethany Jacobs Appel

Mrs. Margaret Williams Bode Ms. Taylor Randolph Bode Ms. Sarah Hopkins DeCamps Dr. Laura Corbin Downey Mrs. Lee Williams Drummond Mrs. Lindsay Carter Gerstmyer Mr. Duncan Clinch Heyward, Jr. Mr. Francis James Kelleher, Jr. Mr. Theodore Herbert Lansing II Mrs. Michelle Kahn Logan Dr. Bret R. Myers Mrs. Blake Hamill Nichols Mr. Brendan D. O’Toole Mr. Earl Bryson Powell, Jr. Mrs. Martha Orr Proutt Mr. Samuel Cowan Ramage Mrs. Tayloe Moore Reeves Mr. Marshall P. Schutt Miss Jennifer Crean Shalley Mrs. Ashley Krupin Tischer Mr. Reid Steven Whitten

1999

23% Mrs. Camp Goodwin August Mr. Lucas Edward Beirne Mr. Joseph E. Blackburn III Mr. James H. Casler Mrs. Elaine McCandlish Dinos Mrs. Katherine Carter Glass Ms. Katherine Ryan Hamlin Mrs. Rebecca Nuara Helms Ms. Hannah Layne Huber Mr. S. Corey Humphrey Mr. Philip H. Janney Mr. Hunter P. LeCompte, Jr. Mrs. Catherine Summerson Mealor Mrs. Katherine Chandler Merritt Mr. James Keith Marshall Newton IV Mr. Joseph Edwin Rackley Mr. Michael Wickliffe Ruehling Mrs. Anne Taylor Drake Schaaf Mrs. Liza Jarvis Scott Mr. Edward Stock Sowers Ms. Liza B. Stutts Ms. Margaret Ruth Thalhimer Mrs. Lauren MacIvor Thompson Mrs. Ashley Clevenger Trinh Mr. P. McCarrick Wilson Mr. Andrew B. Wiltshire


Collegiate has given me much more than I could ever give it.

2000

24% Mr. Matthew Garland Anderson III Mrs. Sally Peck Ashby Mr. Patrick M. Boswell Mrs. Jill Thalhimer Campbell Mrs. Lizzie Cullen Cox Mr. Edward Lee Dickinson Mrs. Courtney Tysinger Freet Mr. Christopher Daniel Garson Mr. Timothy H. Jones Mr. James Hunter Lansing Mr. Lewis Randolph Little, Jr. Mrs. Alden Ramsey McDaniel Mrs. Hilary Hendricks McDonough Mrs. Michelle Coleman Murphy Mrs. Abbey Reynolds Pemberton Mrs. Lesley Watson Rabbitt Mr. James Griffith Ritter Mrs. Mary Tompkins Ritter Mr. Lee Harris Roberts Miss Laura Selene Rockefeller

Mr. R. Blake Smith Mr. Michael Caulk Taliaferro Mr. Perry Everett Turner III Mrs. Catherine Parkinson Wilkinson

2001

21%

Anonymous Mrs. Ann Roper Bowen Mr. W. Hall Carter, Jr. Mrs. Julie Heiner Culp Mr. Christopher Duff DeCamps Mrs. Courtney Carrell Diamond Mr. Stephen Wright Douglas Mr. Jeffrey G. Dunnington Ms. Emily C. Easterly Miss Elizabeth Carrington Edmunds Miss Laura Courtney Fain Mrs. Carter Judkins Greendyke Mr. D. Lee Hallberg Mrs. Lucy Moore Hogsed Mr. James Warren Hunter

Mr. Francis Edward Kelly IV Mr. John Copeland Markowitz Mrs. Brandon Jacob Moss Mrs. Sarah Morck Peavey Mr. Hunter S. Powell Mr. Stephen Edward Sica Mr. Michael Hager Thalhimer Miss Martha Howry Thomas Mrs. Mary Catherine Williams Washo Mrs. Elizabeth Dolan Wright

Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

I GIVE BECAUSE

2002

12% Dr. Courtney Harrison Bradenham Mr. Jeffrey Whitefield Congdon, Jr. Mr. Malcolm Pitt Friddell, Jr. Mr. Samuel S. Gottwald Mr. Hunter F. Huber Miss Meredith Carter Hurst Miss Talley Thomas King Mr. David H. Mathews, Jr.

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Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund Mr. Thomas William Pruitt Mr. J. Brock Saunders Miss Alice Ambler Shuford Mrs. Christina Thalhimer Silverstein Mr. Yoginder Harkirat Singh Mrs. Leigh Enoch Wit Mrs. Brady O’Dea Zizzo

2003

27% Mr. William George Allen Mrs. Lauralee Glasgow Allen Miss Kimberly Sarah Bailey Miss Alexis Anne Beck Mr. James C. Chase, Jr. Mrs. Kimberly Frazier Childs Mr. Max William Comess Mrs. Margaret Hickerson Congdon Mr. Richard T. Cullen Mr. William Tessin Derry Miss Mayme Beth Forem Donohue Mr. Stuart Tullidge Farrell Miss Melissa Blair Goodman Mr. Peter O. Goodwin Mr. Noah Charles Perry Greenbaum Mrs. Amis Bruch Greene Mrs. Joanna Parker Harris Mrs. Anne Wiltshire Henry

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Mrs. Samantha Price Huber Miss Anne Forrest Hyslop Mrs. Melissa Preston Jessell Mr. John Reilly Marchant Mr. Kevin William McGeorge Jonathan H. Myers, D.V.M Mr. Stephen Garrett Ramsey Mrs. Alexandra Squire Saunders Miss Kathryn Cooper Schilling Miss Katherine Palmer Tompkins Mrs. Jessica Chasen Walker Miss Virginia Burn Wortham Mr. John Yue Zhuo

2004

15% Miss Dianne Marie Carter Miss Katherine Hill Childrey Mrs. Peyton Cheely Edwards Mr. Benjamin Lee Emerson II Mr. John Conrad Fain Mrs. Courtney McDonald Fain Mrs. Margaret Overton Geiger Mr. Paul Jefferson Geiger Mrs. Meredith Zimmer Greenbaum Mrs. Sara Samford Griebel Miss Katherine Pemberton Hall Miss Amber Katharine Jesse Mrs. Virginia Friddell Kurtz

Mr. Joseph F. B. Lawson Mrs. Elizabeth Anne Marchant Mrs. Valerie Schultz McFarland Mrs. Caroline LaGow Walker Mr. John Curtis Walker Mrs. Christin Lipscomb Walsh

2005

17% Mrs. Christina Merchant Carpenter Miss Victoria Louise Christmas Mrs. Pearson Moore French Mrs. Sarah Gray Tullidge Innes Mrs. Elizabeth Garson Koteles Mr. Michael Edwards Manson Mrs. Lauren Kathleen Manson Mrs. Gray McGurn Mason Mrs. Kathleen Hanley Mostrom Mr. J. Ryan Mostrom Mr. Evan Baker Ocheltree Mr. William James O’Flaherty Mr. Crit Taylor Richardson, Jr. Miss Kathryn Branch Robertson Mr. Paul H. Saunders, Jr. Dr. Ajaydeep Singh Sidhu Miss Madeline Jane Hope Sisk Mr. Andrew Meyer Thalhimer Mrs. Katherine McCarthy Watts


15% Miss Molly Weston Bance Mr. Andrew Thomas Bean Miss Sarah Massie Chase Mr. John Tobias Desch Mrs. Kristin Runey Foote Miss Frances Winn Friddell Miss Margaret Claire Gentil Miss Ava Hallsworth Gorman Miss Anne Larimer Hart Mrs. Paige Crosby Hurlbut Mr. J. Michael Jarvis, Jr. Mrs. Marion Nolan Kastenbaum Mr. Jonathan G. Kastenbaum Mrs. Brittany Aspinall Madlem Miss Kendall Britten Mathews Mr. T. Andrew O’Shea Mr. Amrik Singh Sahni Mr. Troy Michael Shapiro Miss Sarah Margaret Tashjian

2007

15% Miss Ann-Sebrell Chavent Mr. Joshua Philip Daniels Miss Kathryn Emma Failon Mr. Grabille S. Fain Miss Heather Peebles Garson Miss Gabrielle Elizabeth Johnson Miss Virginia Flournoy Layfield Mr. Philip Simpson Mabry Miss Brooke Campbell Matson Mr. John E. McDonald III Miss Holly Kane O’Donnell Mr. James Robert Oliver, Jr. Miss Lucille Veitch Rhoads Mr. Matthew W. Richardson Miss Brooke Meredith Stallings Miss Caroline Frances Steadman Mr. William Stanwood Stettinius Miss Caroline Vaden Terry Mr. James Preston Wiltshire Mr. Coleman Wortham

2008

13% Miss Ramsey Katherine Carter Mrs. Eva Samford Cherepnya Mr. J. Taylor Christmas, Jr.

Mr. Braeden Dunlap Crosby Mr. Christopher Hume Daly, Jr. Mr. William Zachary Jung Mr. Andrew Evens Kastenbaum Mr. Graham Keane Mandl Miss Ruth Ellen Blair Marsteller Mrs. Mary Monroe McDonald Miss Alexandra Joy Modisett Miss Victoria Tyler O’Shea Miss Ashley Hunter Ross Miss Rebecca Leigh Thornton Mr. Douglas Webb Tyler Mr. Bradford Duane Williams

2009

8%

Mrs. Allison J. Albright-Jett Mr. C. Kennon Harrison, Jr. Mr. Philip Edward Hart Miss Shannon Margaret O’Donnell Mr. Jacob Harrison Reid Oliver Miss Elizabeth Cortlandt Rosebro Miss Morgan Elizabeth Tarrant Mr. Alexander Amr Whitfield Miss Margaret Eleanor Williford

2010

7% Mr. Benjamin Forem Donohue Miss Margaret Addison Gottwald Miss Carter Christian Hunter Miss Emily Rives Moore Mr. Zachary Taylor Mortensen Miss Jane Mallory O’Connor Miss Caroline Grace O’Donnell Mr. Robert Turner Richardson Miss Parke Minton Whitley

Mr. T. Colscon Wiley Mr. Preston A. Williams Miss Emily deLaittre Younts

2012

3% Miss Anya Olga-Frances Aboud Mr. John William Moore Mr. John Luther Walker IV Miss Anna Lassiter White Miss Alister Elizabeth Williams

2013

4%

2015

4%

Miss Mary Cameron Crowgey Miss Jillian Nicole Donze Mr. Andrew Walter Emroch Miss Gabrielle Lynn Gelozin Miss Caroline McLean Meyer Mr. Jacob Eric Salomon

Alumni Contributing to the Annual Fund

2006

Mr. John Bly Cole Mr. Bayard Durkin Diggs Miss Anne Morgan Hunter Mr. Marco Antonio Randazzo Mr. Lee Stribling Walker Mr. William Nash Wiley

2011

12% Mr. Mark J. Hourigan, Jr. Miss Madeline A. Jecklin Miss Augusta C. Marsteller Miss Megan E. McGhee Mr. Matteo Randazzo Mr. Matson L. Roberts, Jr. Miss Sarah H. Rose Miss Catherine Peyton Spivey Mr. David L. Thalhimer Miss Christine S. Thexton

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Grandparents Contributing to the Annual Fund

$157,386 Total

Grandparent Contributors Special thanks to Sandy Lacy for spearheading our grandparent group. Mr. and Mrs. V. Cassel Adamson, Jr. Katie Adamson ’23 Shepard Adamson ’25 Mrs. Frances Shetter Adamson Reed ’63 Freddie Reed ’27 Mrs. Wilbur C. Allen Payton Van Winkle ’16 Matthew Van Winkle ’20 Mrs. Mary Altizer and Mr. Jim Tyler Gracie Gordon ’24 Mr. M. Garland Anderson II ’70 Harper Anderson ’29 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Armstrong Charles Armstrong ’19 Grant Armstrong, ’22 Anna Armstrong ’23 Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Ballowe, Jr. John Ballowe ’21 Virginia Ballowe ’23

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Mr. and Mrs. George T. Baskerville III Thompson Oney ’16 Brett Oney ’18 Emma Ahearn ’19 George Ahearn ’20

Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Bennett ’63 Angus Bennett ’21 Mr. and Mrs. W. Taylor Benson ’62 Ted Phillips ’18 Celia Phillips ’19

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bates ’67 T. Rigby ’23 Isabel Rigby ’25

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Betts, Jr. Betsy Graham ’27

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Baxter Harrison Baxter ’25 Stuart Baxter ’27

Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Boehm, Jr. Grant Boehm ’23 Catherine Boehm ’27

Dr. and Mrs. Wyatt S. Beazley III ’58 Sarah Whitaker ’16 Georgia Beazley ’17 Izzy Whitaker ’20 Frances Beazley ’23

Mr. and Mrs. R. Lewis Boggs Kendall Boggs ’24

Mr. John P. Bennett William Bennett ’16

Mrs. Erwin Boyd Stella Williams ’24

Dr. Lillie R. Bennett Jake Malveaux ’26 Richard Malveaux ’29

Mr. and Mrs. John P. McGuire Boyd John Ballowe ’21 Virginia Ballowe ’23

Dr. and Mrs. Roland L. Bowles Jasmine Mai ’20


Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bradshaw, Jr. Sheehan Bradshaw ’22 Ned Bradshaw ’24 Ellie Craig ’21 Nash Craig ’24 Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Brand Lilly Brand ’20 Tyler Brand ’23 Mr. and Mrs. Evans B. Brasfield ’65 Lucy Storey ’22 Daisy Storey ’23 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Brennan Marnie Brennan ’17 Christopher Brennan ’19 Patrick Brennan ’22 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bristow Kobe Bristow ’23 Jett Bristow ’25

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas G. Chapman, Jr. Mason Chapman ’22

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cullen Ella Siebert ’27

Mr. and Mrs. J. Cabell Chenault IV ’62 Cabell Chenault ’24 Lacey Chenault ’27

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cunningham Spencer Billings ’21 Eli Billings ’24

Dr. and Mrs. William H. Chew, Jr. Catherine Clark ’18

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Dabney David Dabney ’26

Mrs. G. Clisby Clarke Kendall Boggs ’24

Mrs. Virginia Puller Dabney ’57 Virginia Kauders ’19 Andrew Kauders ’20

Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Cobb George Cobb ’28 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cocke ’57 Liza Abbe ’20 Mrs. A. Christian Compton Luke Kiczales ’17 Noah Kiczales ’21 Daniel Patterson ’18 James Patterson ’21 Henry Patterson ’23

Dr. and Mrs. Peter W. Brown John Woodfin ’22

Dr. and Mrs. H. F. Conquest Parker Conquest ’17 Chase Conquest ’21

Mrs. Barbara L. Bruckart Nichole Gould ’18

Mr. and Mrs. E. Eugene Cooke Andrew Cooke ’18

Mrs. John B. Bullock John Bullock ’17 Andrew Bullock ’20 William Bullock ’22

Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Cosgrove Sam Roberts ’18 Luke Roberts ’19 Jane Roberts ’24 Eliza Stone ’22 Charlie Stone ’25

Mr. and Mrs. David D. Burhans Sam Hart ’20 Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Campbell Marshall Campbell ’20 McCullough Campbell ’21 Evans Campbell ’22 Randolph Campbell ’23 Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Cary ’56 Meg Kell ’16 Haley Kell ’18

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Cowperthwait Samantha Funkhouser ’21 Mace Funkhouser ’25 Mrs. Mary Stuart Brenaman Cruickshank ’51 Reese Fleming ’26 Mrs. Ann F. Cullen Katie Cullen ’24 Jane Cullen ’27

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D’Ambrosia Ashley D’Ambrosia ’21 Olivia D’Ambrosia ’24 Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Darling Jake Darling ’19 Zach Darling ’22

Grandparents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Bradley III Bralyn VanRoekel ’20 Bradley VanRoekel ’24

Mrs. William M. Davenport, Sr. ’44 Will Davenport ’16 Annie Davenport ’19 Mrs. J. Sidney Davenport IV William Hershey ’24 Mrs. Carolyn R. Davidson Zachary Moelchert ’17 Braden Moelchert ’20 Dr. Philip C. Davis Cecelia Mintz ’19 John Philip Mintz ’20 Zoë Mintz ’23 Mr. Frank Daylor Evan Wittie ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Jim DePalma Sarina DePalma ’21 Nikhil DePalma ’24 Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe ’56 Catherine DeVoe ’16 Warner Lewis ’24

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Grandparents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Will Doerfler Cade Doerfler ’20 Addie Doerfler ’24 Millie Doerfler ’25

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fox, Jr. Anne Pearson Fox ’16 Millie Fox ’19 Thomas Fox ’24

Dr. and Mrs. James L. Donahue May Donahue ’16 Lila Donahue ’18

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Funkhouser Samantha Funkhouser ’21 Mace Funkhouser ’25

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Dregier, Jr. Sheehan Bradshaw ’22 Ned Bradshaw ’24

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Galanides Anna Galanides ’17 Johnny Galanides ’21

Lt. Col. and Mrs. Ronald Eckert Hudson Neese ’23 Sarah Beth Neese ’23 Jack Neese ’26

Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Gaskins Brooks Johnson ’27

Mrs. Ann Chesley Edmunds ’53 Bobbie Edmunds ’17 Anne Henderer ’23 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Evans, Jr. Thompson Oney ’16 Brett Oney ’18 Emma Ahearn ’19 George Ahearn ’20 Mrs. Sarah B. Everett Bailey Cherkis ’23 Ms. Anne Favo* Luke McGrath ’29 Mr.* and Mrs. Donald Fergusson Jane Fergusson ’17 Mrs. Dorothy Ewing Ferrell ’57 Alex Ferrell ’16 Kate Ferrell ’18 Quin Ferrell ’22 Ms. Susan Farley Ferrell ’64 Giles Ferrell ’24 Rosewell Ferrell ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Fleischer Georgia Beazley ’17 Frances Beazley ’23

Mr. and Mrs. T. Randolph Gibbs Carrington Miller ’23 Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ginn Charlie Kolbert ’21 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Goodwin, Jr. Alice Goodwin ’27 Evie Goodwin ’29 Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon Cade Doerfler ’20 Addie Doerfler ’24 Millie Doerfler ’25

Mr. and Mrs. John Harrell McClain Graeber ’16 Thomas Graeber ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Haug Taylor Haug ’28 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Helmus Griffin Alvis ’20 Coley Alvis ’22 Mr. and Mrs. F. Robertson Hershey ’66 William Hershey ’24 Alice Davis ’25 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Hill Helen Stoever ’18 Brude Stoever ’21 Hill Stoever ’24 Mr. and Mrs. W. Barry Hofheimer Henry Hofheimer ’27 Carter Hofheimer ’29 Carroll and Aggie Hooper Catherine Horner ’22 Charles Horner ’26

Mr. and Mrs. Mordehai Gur Noah Villalona ’22 Caleb Villalona ’25 Lucas Villalona ’28

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoye Ashley Cryer ’23 Brandon Cryer ’27

Dr. and Mrs. Roger P. Hailes Brent Hailes ’22

Mr. and Mrs. Olin V. Hyde Julian Baird ’29

Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley Hall, Jr. Jessica Hall ’22 Stuart Hall ’24

Mr. A. Cecil Jacobs Olivia Jacobs ’17

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hammond Nate Holdych ’19 Cam Holdych ’22 Ryan Holdych ’24 Luke Holdych ’27 Mr. and Mrs. George Hann Eric Zyglocke ’23 Mary Ann Zyglocke ’25

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Dr. and Mrs. Robert Harman Sophie Lou ’22 Jax Lou ’23

Mr. Bryce D. Jewett, Jr. ’64 Maddie Jewett ’25 Izzie Jewett ’28 Anne Mason Ruth ’19 Scotty Ruth ’22 Bayler Ruth ’25 Parker Ruth ’27


Mr. and Mrs.* J. Ernest Jones, Jr. Addison Purcell ’26 Tee Purcell ’28 Dr. and Mrs. R. Stanley Kirchmier II Jimmy Melnick ’16 Patrick Kirchmier ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Koonce Ella McDaniel ’22 Dr. and Mrs. Radoslav Kosanin Charles Nelson ’25 Oliver Nelson ’28 Dr. and Mrs. Ray Kuwahara Sophie Lou ’22 Jax Lou ’23

Mr. and Mrs. J. Theodore Linhart ’65 Trey Hepp ’21 Grayson Hepp ’23 Carter Hepp ’25

Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Mountcastle, Jr. ’59 Jack Rusbuldt ’16 Fisher Mountcastle ’17 Henry Mountcastle ’21

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Long ’62 Hugh Cafritz ’22 Macy Cafritz ’23

Mr. James L. Nance Caroline Zandler ’25 Matthew Zandler ’27

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lowe ’53 Trey Thompson ’21 
 Addison Thompson ’23

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Norfleet, Jr. Carter Norfleet ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Joel W. Nuckols III Joseph Ferry ’21 Jack Ferry ’24 Janey Ferry ’26 James Ferry ’28

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mackell ’63 Allis Derian ’26 Amanda Derian ’29 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Magorian Elizabeth Howell ’17 Dr. James D. Mason, Jr. Jay Mason ’16

Mrs. Benjamin R. Lacy IV Jones Brackett ’22 Ben Brackett ’24

Mrs. James P. Massie, Jr. George Grattan ’16

Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Lansing Kate Lansing ’23 Amelia Lansing ’26 Hunt Lansing ’29

Mrs. J. Gary Maynard, Jr. Polly Sommers ’18 Avery Maynard ’20 Pierce Maynard ’26

Mr. and Mrs. Norman M. Laskin Olivia Laskin ’17 Caroline Laskin ’20

Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius J. McCormick Cale McCormick ’26

Mrs. Frances W. Leckie Eliza Howard ’19

Mrs. Mary Kennon McDaniel ’61 Mary Pollard ’19 B. Pollard ’21

Mrs. Mary Lou Leipheimer Ellie Leipheimer ’23 Cooper Leipheimer ’24

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm S. McDonald Alex McDonald ’17 Edan McDonald ’20

Mr. Arthur D. Liles Cole Eck ’17

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Millan William Bennett ’16

Ms. Rita H. Liles Cole Eck ’17

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Miller Carrington Miller ’23

Wen and Yaling Lin Kobe Bristow ’23 Jett Bristow ’25

Mrs. Roxane Harrison Mitchell ’48 Julia Mitchell ’17

*Deceased

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Olsen Ann Parker Natale ’23 Mr. and Mrs. S. Marshall Orr III Robert Proutt ’26 Betsy Proutt ’29

Grandparents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mrs. Champ Roberts Johnson ’56 Liza Abbe ’20

Dr. and Mrs. Duncan S. Owen, Jr. Clay Coleman ’19 Reid Coleman ’22 Duncan Owen ’18 Carter Owen ’20 Catherine Owen ’24 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Patton Sam Hunter ’17 Willie Hunter ’17 Mr. and Mrs. James Paxton Lucy Thornton ’19 Dr. and Mrs. John Pender, Jr. Emily Beggerow ’26 Chason Beggerow ’28 Mr. Donald E. Perry Eli Schwartz ’20 Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Pollard IV Mary Pollard ’19 B Pollard ’21

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Grandparents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mr. Robert J. Proutt Robert Proutt ’26 Betsy Proutt ’29

Mrs. Mary Ann Robins Sarah Robins ’19 Will Robins ’21

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ramos Katherine O’Toole ’25

Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Roddey Helen Roddey ’16

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Slater, Jr. ’69 Will Slater ’23 Jake Slater ’26 Sam Slater ’28 Eloise Revere ’23 Teddy Revere ’26

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm M. Randolph Will Pace ’22 Malcolm Pace ’24 McCullough Campbell ’21 Randolph Campbell ’23 Liv Randolph ’28

Dr. and Mrs. John Rose III A.V. Musick ’26 Ryland Musick ’27

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith ’65 Maddie Jewett ’25 Izzie Jewett ’28

Mr. Robert Rosenkranz Arthur Totten ’25 Clara Totten ’26

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Smith ’68 Will Conrad ’22 Spencer Conrad ’25 Clay Conrad ’28

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Ratcliffe III Julia Mitchell ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Reed, Jr. ’50 Larus Reed ’16 Laney Reed ’18 Robertson Reed ’18 Mercer Reed ’19 Annie Reed ’25

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rosser Eleanor Cribbs ’24 Elizabeth Cribbs ’27 Mr. and Mrs. A. Prescott Rowe Jack Rowe ’19 Matthew Rowe ’21

Mr. and Mrs. Julious P. Smith, Jr. Addison Smith ’20 Ellie Smith ’22 Perry Smith ’25 Mr. and Mrs. William L. Smith Taylor Haug ’28

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Ruth Anne Mason Ruth ’19 Scotty Ruth ’22 Bayler Ruth ’25 Parker Ruth ’27

Mrs. Nancy H. Smithson Sarah Smithson ’16 Jack Smithson ’21 Bebe Smithson ’23

Penelope de Bordenave Saffer George Cobb ’28

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Sommers Polly Sommers ’18 Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Spalding, Jr. ’58 Emily Spalding ’16

Mrs. L. Gerald Roach Mason Anna Dennis ’19

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Schutt Ned Schutt ’18 Charlie Schutt ’20 Bridgette Schutt ’25

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robertson III Clay Bowden ’16

Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Scott Jay Mason ’16

Dr. and Mrs. William A. Robertson Jackson Berling ’16 Stewart Berling ’19 Mary Wilkins ’25 Annie Wilkins ’27 Catharine Wilkins ’27

Mr. Harry Shaia, Jr. A.J. Condlin ’23 Claire Shaia ’20 Harry Shaia ’22 Anna Grace Shaia ’24 Thomas Shaia ’26

Mr. and Mrs. E. Claiborne Robins, Jr. Rebecca Robins ’18 Olivia Nolt ’21

Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Sisisky Eva Sisisky ’29

Ms. Nancy B. Reed Sheldon Reed ’19 Mrs. W. Ramsey Richardson Jensen Richardson ’19 Finian Richardson ’23 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm E. Ritsch, Jr. ’64 Charlie Boyle ’28

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Mrs. William L. Stagg III Adam Nimaga ’21 Miriam Nimaga ’21 Mrs. Marilyn J. Stewart Madison Stewart ’16 Michael Stewart ’20

Dr. and Mrs. Vaughn E. Stimbert John Bullock ’17 Andrew Bullock ’20 William Bullock ’22 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Stratford ’60 Kelsey Stratford ’16 Grace Stratford ’18 Alfred Stratford ’21


Ms. Virginia Szigeti Virginia Waldrup ’27 Ms. Viola Taylor Angelo Parker ’22 Joshua Parker ’25 Mr. and Mrs. David Tetrault Abby Carley ’26 Thomas Carley ’29 Mr. Morton G. Thalhimer, Jr. Alex Thalhimer ’23 Mr. and Mrs. William B. Thalhimer III ’64 Katie Adamson ’23 Shepard Adamson ’25 Dr. and Mrs. Bill Thompson Jones Brackett ’22 Ben Brackett ’24 Mrs. Kaye Thornton Copeland Thornton ’25 Tristan Thornton ’28 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Thorp Ginx Williams ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Rick Tinney Parker Reed ’17 Mr. and Mrs. Randy Totten Arthur Totten ’25 Clara Totten ’26 Mrs. Mary Madelyn Robison Tucker ’61 Tucker Smith ’23 Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Turbeville, Jr. Hannah Bonbright ’24 James Bonbright ’26 Ms. Sheryl S. Tyner Austin Tyner ’18 Sammy Tyner ’21

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ukrop Jack Aronson ’23 Jayne Aronson ’24 Joseph Aronson ’26 Howe Aronson ’28 Peyton Garst ’20 Presley Garst ’24 Emily Kantner ’23 Noah Kantner ’25 Mr. and Mrs. C. Porter Vaughan III ’63 Porter Vaughan ’23 Lawson Vaughan ’25 Harper Anderson ’29 Dr. and Mrs. George W. Vetrovec Emily Smith ’19 Charlotte Smith ’22 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Viverette Steele Viverette ’18 Dr. A. Craig Watt and Dr. A. Christine Watt Evie Watt ’28 Carter Watt ’29 Holden Watt ’29 Dr. and Mrs. Leslie S. Webb, Jr. Ben Heidt ’25 Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Weimer Eliza Howard ’19 Dr. and Mrs. David Whitehead Ellie Whitehead ’27 Dr. and Mrs. Henry I. Willett Winston Willett ’16 Nora Willett ’21 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Williams, Jr. William White ’16 Joseph White ’18

Mr. W. Guy Williams, Jr. Campbell Hagan ’19 Elizabeth Hagan ’22

Mrs. Joan B. Wilton Somers Wilton ’18 Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wiltshire ’67 Lucy Beckstoffer ’25 Brice Beckstoffer ’29 Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Winston IV ’71 Kate Winston ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Ken Winston Maddax Winston-Evans ’22 Cooper Winston-Evans ’24 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Winter II Sam Riley ’20 Cate Riley ’23

Grandparents Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Syer Virginia Syer ’17

Mr. and Mrs. D. Christopher Withers Price Withers ’17 Mrs. Charles P. Witmer Chase Gill ’25 Lindley Gill ’28

Mrs. Beth Witt Freddie Reed ’27 Mrs. John H. Woodfin, Sr. John Woodfin ’22 Mrs. Hugh O. Wrenn Elizabeth Klevana ’19 Leighton Klevana ’21 Mr. and Mrs. Walt Young Lily Berger ’24 Ms. Ann S. Zelenak Leyton Zelenak ’28

Mr. and Mrs. Ennion S. Williams, Jr. ’60 Tucker Harris ’16 Virginia Harris ’16 Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Williams Colson Williams ’18

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Faculty/Staff Contributing to the Annual Fund

100%

Faculty Participation

Faculty Annual Fund Representatives Thank you to our Faculty Annual Fund Representatives. Heather Garnett Lower School Jeff Dunnington Middle School Kevin and Erica Coffey Upper School

Faculty/ Staff Contributors Ms. Stacy H. Adams Ms. Anne Bruce Ahearn Mrs. Elizabeth A. Albrecht Mrs. Karen Albright Mrs. Lauralee G. Allen Ms. Deborah F. Andersen Mrs. Elizabeth H. Andrews Mrs. Paige B. Archer Mrs. Mary W. Arzt Mr. Lynn Gary Atkins, Jr. Mrs. Jill Somers Aveson Mrs. Kimberly S. Ball Mr. David N. Bannard Ms. Melanie L. Barker Ms. Rives Barksdale Mr. Daniel G. Bartels Mrs. Eileen Beane Mr. Frank Becker Mrs. Rosemary Begin Mr. Daniel Bell Mrs. Beth Ann Bell Ms. Julie M. Bennett Mrs. Maria-Luisa Benson Mr. Charles L. Blair, Jr.

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Mrs. Lee Bottoms Mrs. Cynthia Nott Bowling Mrs. Elizabeth Bowling Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Boyd Mr. Tyler J. Boyd Mr. Weldon A. Bradshaw Mrs. Christine M. Branin Ms. Erin M. Breese Mr. James M. Britto Mrs. Susan Brizzolara Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Brost Mrs. Lauren DeLaurentis Brown Mrs. Elsie M. Bustamante Mrs. Nicola Byford Mrs. Beverly Randolph Campbell Ms. Cynthia Cargas Miss Dianne M. Carter Mrs. Jessica Catoggio Mrs. Allen B. Chamberlain Mrs. Sally Crater Chambers Mr. Page Chapman IV Mrs. Blair H. Chewning Ms. Kristine Chiodo Ms. Deborah A. Clabo

Mrs. Elizabeth Clayton Ms. Ellen Clore Mrs. Maria Saffer Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B. Coffey Mrs. Frances Owen Coleman Mrs. Teresa L. Coleman Dr. Fletcher Collins III Mr. Christopher S. Conquest Shayna and Brad Cooke Ms. Sarah G. Cowles Mrs. Karen R. Cribbs Mr. Ernest H. Crump Ms. Kathryn E. Cunningham Ms. Hannah M. Curley Ms. Ann Woods Cutchins Mr. W. Taylor Dabney IV Mrs. Mary O. Damon Mr. James M. Dickinson Ms. Alice Elizabeth Anne Dixon Mrs. Cynthia S. Douglass Mrs. Karen S. Doxey Mrs. Susan Droke Mrs. Stacy P. Dudley Ms. Dana DuMont


I GIVE BECAUSE

Of the relationships I was fortunate enough to have with those special faculty and staff whose legacies will stay with me forever.

Mr. Jeff Dunnington Mrs. Jennifer G. Earle Mr. Craig T. Ely Mr. David R. Fahey Mrs. Holly Schmidt Fairlamb Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Featherston III Mrs. Xin-Yi Fergusson Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ferry, Jr. Ms. Laura L. Fields Mr. and Mrs. Rives Fleming III Mr. Arthur S. Follansbee Mrs. Christine Snow Foster

Mrs. Susan J. Fourness-Ewell Miss Anna E. Frazer Mr. Malcolm P. Friddell, Jr. Mr. Aaron Fulk Mr. David Fuller Ms. Ling A. Fung-Wu Mrs. Heather D. Garnett Ms. Mary E. Gayoso Ms. Sarah P. Gentry Mrs. Ansley Gift Miss Laurie E. Goode Mr. Nathaniel J. Goodwyn

Miss Melanie Karen Gorsline Ms. Catherine Gregory Mrs. Marella Gregory Mrs. Daniela Guzman Mrs. Deborah E. Hailes Mr. Mark Andrew Hall Mrs. Katherine K. Hall Dr. Todd W. Hanneman Mr. Stephen A. Hart Mrs. Lynn Green Haw Mrs. Esperanza Soria-Nieto Dr. David Headly

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Faculty/Staff Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mrs. Kathryn W. Heidt Ms. Carol W. Herod Mrs. Aster Kidane Mr. Stephen D. Hickman Mrs. Kristi B. Hillyard Mrs. Christine D. Hoffman Mrs. Jennifer Holloway Mr. Bryan Hooten Mrs. Rebecca Masters Hottman Ms. Helen Coulson Mrs. Samantha P. Huber Mrs. Jennifer Jones Hundley Mrs. Megan J. Hunt Ms. Karen A. Hurd Mr. Nathaniel I. Jackson Mrs. Elisabeth M. Jacobs Ms. Monica Johnston Mrs. Melanie Jones Mrs. Nicole L. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jones Mr. Brian Christopher Justice

Mr. Joshua V. Katz Mr. David Kehlenbeck Mrs. Jennifer M. Keiper Mrs. Taylor Kell Mrs. Tyler Beazley Kilpatrick Mrs. Catherine B. Kirchmier Mrs. Heide C. Knapik Mrs. Beth A. Kondorossy Mr. Glenn A. LaFerriere Mr. Benjamin R. Lamb Ms. Carolyn LaMontagne Ms. Debra Lappan Dr. Susan B. Leahy Mrs. Amy Becker Leibowitz Mr. Brian E. Leipheimer Ms. Carol L. Lewis Mr. Shepherd Fitz-Hugh Lewis, Jr. Mrs. Suzanne L. Lewis Mrs. Pamela W. Lowe Mr. Paul B. Lupini Mr. E. Farley Macdonald

Mrs. Erin M. March Mrs. Elizabeth G. Marchant Mrs. Helen L.S. Markiewicz Mrs. Sandra L. Marr Mrs. Cheryl M. Matson Mrs. Laura R. Matthews Mr. Collin C. McConaghy Mr. John E. McDonald III Mrs. Debra McKercher Mrs. Lindsey Alvis Melvin Mrs. Danielle Mendonsa Mrs. Amy L. Merchant Mrs. Julie Lowell Miller Mr. Kenneth C. Miller III Mrs. Andrea B. Miller Mrs. Deborah I. Miller Mrs. Jessica Morrall Mrs. Katherine R. Musick Mr. Mark G. Newlen Ms. Mildred Norman-Risch Mr. William J. O’Brien

Envision Richmond Makes an Impact C

ollegiate’s Envision Richmond program for 8th Graders impacts our students and community in several profound ways. Students are exposed to real issues in the Richmond area and they tackle them by using a process called Design Thinking. This humancentered approach to problem-solving gives students the tools and confidence to feel like their voice matters and that they can make a difference in the world around them. Collegiate and the community enjoy a dual benefit. By partnering with a variety of local organizations (i.e., Tricycle Gardens, Virginia Home for Boys and Girls, Virginia War Memorial), our students hear stories from people directly affected by challenges within our city. Our 8th Graders empathize with these folks and then collaborate with each other to develop a solution that could positively impact the lives of others. Envision Richmond plants the seeds for change in our students while reinforcing 21st-century skills of critical thinking, problem-solving and communication. Equally important is the benefit to the organizations with whom we partner, because they express the needs of their population and they can touch the next generation of innovators and community leaders in our students. At the conclusion of Envision Richmond, our students create and implement a meaningful outreach plan to give back to our partners. Examples include collecting/delivering books to the Virginia Home for Boys and Girls; purchasing/shipping recreational items for service men and women stationed overseas; and grooming bike trails at Armstrong High School. Collegiate’s Envision Richmond Program provides an excellent opportunity for our 8th Graders to practice responsible citizenship and give back to the community around them. Thank you!

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Ms. Joya B. Sellers Mrs. Wendi A. Moss Mr. Gregory J. Sesny Mrs. Laurie V. Shadowen Mr. R. Jonathan Shelley Mr. David M. Sherman Ms. Zhangyi Shi Mrs. Anne Gray Siebert Mrs. Valencia W. Siff Mr. Samuel E. Simpson Mrs. Ashley M. Sipe Mrs. Clare R. Sisisky Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Slater Mr. Alex Smith Mrs. Holly Smith Mrs. Sarah P. Smith Mrs. Sonya A. Smith Mrs. Stephanie L.B. Smith Ms. Kimberly T. Smythe Mr. Edward Andrew Stanley Mrs. Mironda B. Starke Mr. Andrew Stone Mr. Jason Stone Mrs. Amanda Little Surgner Mrs. Pamela Anderson Sutherland Mr. Vlastimil Svab Mrs. Kathleen Taylor Mrs. Carrie Thomas Dr. Bart Thornton Ms. Sandra Y. Ting Mrs. Sallie A. Tinney Mr. Zachary Townsend Mrs. Elizabeth Tracy

Mrs. Susan Bruch Trenkle Ms. Lynne W. Tulou Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Turner, Jr. Mrs. Connie Tuttle Mr. Andrew Vigne Mrs. Carolyn Nelsen Villanueva Ms. Monique Voss Mrs. Christine Waldron Mr. James P. Watson Mrs. Ruth R. Webb Mr. Robert M. Wedge Mrs. LaNessa West Mrs. Mary Kendall F. White Mr. Claud M. Whitley, Jr. Mr. George Wickham Mrs. Susan C. Wiley Mrs. Jennifer Robertson Wilkins Mr. Charles E. Williams Mr. Christopher T. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Jere H. Williams, Jr. Mrs. Allison Williams Mrs. Sarah Williamson Mr. Stewart A. Williamson Mrs. Lisbeth H. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wilson Ms. Shannon L. Winston Mrs. Janice N. Wise Mrs. Kathy M. Wrenn Mrs. Yu Xiao Dr. Mei Dong Mrs. Kimberley N. Zandler Mrs. Laura Zyglocke

Faculty/Staff Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mrs. Kathryn Sage Oden Mrs. Emily Baskerville Oney Miss Victoria T. O’Shea Mrs. Susan B. Overton Mrs. Tia T. Owen Mrs. Margaret Randolph Pace Ms. Phyllis Palmiero Mr. Mark J. Palyo Mrs. Kate Fleming Parthemos Mr. R. Alexander Peavey Mr. Stephen M. Perigard Mrs. Clara M. Pettus Mrs. Karen Pickett Ms. Kara Priddy Mr. David J. Privasky Mrs. Jennifer S. Quindoza Mrs. Emily DeVries Randolph Paige A. Tinney-Reed Mrs. Molly B. Revere Ms. Jennifer Lindner and Ms. Annie Richards Mr. Matthew W. Richardson Amy and Bill Rider Mrs. Sally L. Roberts Mrs. Pamela Roberts Ms. Jan D. Rodgers Mrs. Mindy M. Romanosky Miss Elizabeth C. Rosebro Dr. J. Brian Ross Dr. Linda Rouse Mrs. Anne Rusbuldt Mrs. Mary Margaret Ryan Mrs. Courtney Schweickart Ms. Allison N. Seay

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Friends Contributing to the Annual Fund

$864,476 Total

Friend Contributors This list includes gifts made by former parents, former trustees, former grandparents, former faculty and staff, students, corporations and other friends who do not fall into previous lists. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Ager Mrs. George E. Allen, Jr. Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Reid Ashe Asia Society Dr. and Mrs. Carl O. Atkins, Jr. Dr. Mary Ann Q. Bagby Mrs. Sally Ann Twedell Bagley Mrs. Nancy Archbell Bain Barbara J. Thalhimer & William B. Thalhimer, Jr. Family Fund Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Barnes, Jr. Susan L. Barron Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. Steven T. Beck Ms. Stephanie Bensinger Mr. and Mrs. Edmund L. Benson III Ms. Diana J. Beran Dr. and Mrs. Martin F. Betts Dr. and Mrs. Robert P. Black Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Blain Mr. Thomas W. Blue Mr.* and Mrs. William Boinest Dr. and Mrs. Gary B. Bokinsky Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Programs, Inc. Mr. Clyde W. Bradshaw

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Mr. and Mrs. Weldon A. Bradshaw Brent Family Foundation Mrs. J. Russell Britten Gail and Gray Broughton Dr. Susan G. Brown Mrs. Jean W. Brydon Mrs. Judith J. Bumgardner Burford Leimenstoll Foundation, Inc. of Betty Sams Christian Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stone Burke Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. Butler Dr. Peter Byron and Dr. Siân Byron Eda H. Cabaniss Charitable Lead Unitrust Carneal-Drew Foundation Mrs. Joseph C. Carter, Jr. Mr. Wallace L. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Chapman Mrs. Donald L. Charles Mr. and Mrs. J. Clarke Chase Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Chasen Mr.* and Mrs. William A. Chavent Cherry Grove Foundation Ms. Roxanne Cherry Class of 1970 Class of 1975 Class of 1980

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Clevenger Mr. and Mrs. John P. Coates Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Cobb Collegiate School Alumni Association Mr. and Mrs. Barry S. Comess Conquest, Moncure & Dunn, Inc. Mr.* and Mrs. Walter W. Craigie Mr. and Mrs. James B. Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Cricchi Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Cross Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Cross Mr. and Mrs. Beverly L. Crump Cymaron Foundation Ms. Theresa G. Cyr Ms. Arlene Keeping Daniels Ms. Mary Meade Davenport Mr. Richard I. Dawes Mrs. Robert W. Day Marie G. Dennett Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Collins Denny III Mr. Brian C. Dent Mr. Samuel A. Derieux Dick’s Sporting Goods, Inc Drs. David and Robin Disler Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Dodd Mr. and Mrs. James J. Doherty


Dominion Foundation Ms. Gwendolyn P. Donohue Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Donze Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Duley Mr. S. Miles Dumville Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn T. Duty, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Dziedzic E. A. Holsten, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Easterling Mr. and Mrs. W. Holt Edmunds IV Edward H. Elliman Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Emerson EMR Properties, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Craig C. Erdmann Estes Foundation Exxon Mobil Corporation Mrs. Joseph C. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Andrew G. Ferguson Mr. G. Slaughter Fitz-Hugh, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian T. Ford Ms. Sue Carol Foster Mr. and Mrs. John William Frazier Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gardner, Jr. Anna and Fleetwood Garner Family

*Deceased

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Garson Mr. and Mrs. Carter Glass IV Mr. W. Bagwell Goode III* Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Gouldin Mr. and Mrs. William F. Griffin Mr. Channing M. Hall III Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hall III Mr. and Mrs. Brenton S. Halsey, Sr. Ms. Elizabeth T. Harris Harrison & Bates Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Harrison II Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Hedgepeth Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Hedges Ms. Sharan Ramsay Hinkle Holden Family Fund of The Community Foundation of Harrisonburg Honey Perkins Family Foundation, Inc. Mrs. W. Joe Hoppe Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Hotchkiss, Jr. Mrs. Marion T. Hubbard Mr. Timothy and Dr. Jill Hunter Mr. and Mrs. James S. Hunter Hunton & Williams, LLP Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Huot

Mr. and Mrs. Carroll D. Hurst Dr. and Mrs. John W. Hyslop International Roll-Call Corporation Mr. John C. Ivins, Jr. James River Equipment Virginia, L.L.C. Drs. Robert and Janice Jesse Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. P. Johnson III Mr. and Mrs. W. Scott Johnson Mrs. Joanne L. Jones Mr. and Mrs. William B. Judkins Mr. and Mrs. John B. Jung, Jr. Dr. Claire C. Kaugars Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Kay, Jr. Mrs. John F. Kay, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce B. Keeney Mrs. Norma Keeping Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Kelly III Dr. and Mrs. W. Wayne Key, Jr. Klaus Family Fund of The Community Foundation Mr. Philip W. Klaus, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Koonce Dr. Arnold J. Kuta and Dr. Suzanne T. Kuta Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lancaster Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Laughon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Lawson Mr. Richard K. LeRoy Mr. and Mrs. James F. Lipscomb, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick E. Loach Lone Pine Capital, LLC Louise B. Cochrane Charitable Foundation Loveland Distributing Company Lower School Parents Night Fall Library Book Fund Dr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Lublin Luck Companies Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Luck III Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Mackenzie Mrs. Wilana Kemp Madden Mr. and Mrs. David Mahler Mrs. Frank C. Maloney III Mr. and Mrs. James M. Mann Mr. George P. Manson and Ms. Gerlinde Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Marshall IV Mr. and Mrs. Lee P. Martin, Jr. Massey Foundation Mathnasium of Richmond Drs. James and Linda May Dr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Metz Mrs. Alfred McCormack, Jr. Miss Meghan M. McDade Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. McFall, Jr. Mrs. Brenda B. McGehee Dr. Pamela H. McGhee and Mr. W. Clark McGhee

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Friends Contributing to the Annual Fund

Mrs. Karen McGill Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. McGraw Dr. and Mrs. David J. McGroarty Mrs. Betty Sue McKinley Mr. and Mrs. David E. Melson Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Melton The Micawber Foundation Middle & Upper School Parents Night Fall Library Book Fund Dr. and Mrs. John R. Miksch Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Miller Ms. Gaye C. Montgomery Mrs. Anne Nelson Morck Mr. and Mrs. John N. Moreau Mr. and Mrs. James W. Morris III The Moses Foundation Mr. R. Scott Naurath and Ms. Kimberly MacMillan The Garnett Nelson Family Mr. and Mrs. John F. Newsom III Dr. and Mrs. G. Broadie Newton Mr. and Mrs. William T. Nolley Dr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Nuara Mrs. Helen Obenshain Mr. and Mrs. R. Timothy O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. W. Jefferson O’Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. James R. Oliver, Sr. Mr. Matthew N. Ott, Jr. The Page Auto Group Mr. Kendall P. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Parker, Jr. Mrs. Shirley W. Patteson* Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Pauley Mr. and Mrs. William S. Peebles IV Mr. Robert Campbell Peery, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Perry Mr. and Mrs. James A. Pettit, Jr. Mrs. Hunter R. Pettus, Jr. Ms. Christine K. Plant Mrs. Suzanne Pollard Mr. William S. Portlock and Ms. Nancy L. Raybin Prep For Sucess

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan R. Price, Sr. Mrs. Patricia Pusey Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Ragsdale Dr. Harriet Schanzer and Mr. David L. Raine, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Ramage Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Ramsey Mr. and Mrs. Paolo A. Randazzo Ms. Monica F. Rawles Dr. and Mrs. William W. Regan Mr. James A. Remington Virginia Sargeant Reynolds Foundation Mr. and Mrs. D. Rhett Riddle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Rider III Miss Christiane Rimbault Mrs. Edith J. Rison Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Robertson Robins Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert M. Rosenthal Mr. and Mrs. James G. Rothschild Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Ruehling Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Russell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. Latane Sale, Jr. Ms. Dalal M. Salomon Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Salsitz Ms. Carole Sandy Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Saunders Mr. and Mrs. John M.G. Schmohl, Jr. Mrs. Barbara A. Schneider Scott & Stringfellow Educational Foundation Mr. and Mrs. R. Strother Scott Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Sexton Mrs. Alton R. Sharpe, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. James A. Shield, Jr. Dr. H. B. Showalter, Jr. Mr. Charles W. Smith, Jr. Mr. Tredway S. Spratley and Ms. Janine Collins Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Squire, Jr. The Stern Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stettinius Dr. Crystal Polatty and Mr. Michael J. Stott Mr.* and Mrs. John L. Stultz

Dr. and Mrs. E. Armistead Talman Tazza Kitchen The Carol M. & Charles G. Thalhimer, Jr. Foundation Mrs. Carol Thalhimer Dr. James R. Thomen Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Thompson Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Thornton Dr. Lisa R. Troyer and Dr. George F. Tidey Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Towell Towne Bank Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Tullidge, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Donal L. Turkal, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Perry E. Turner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Webb L. Tyler Mr. and Mrs. John F. Van Der Hyde Mr. and Mrs. John L. Walker III Mr. and Mrs. Henry N. Ware, Jr. Mr. James S. Watkinson Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Watson, Jr. Mr. James L. Weinberg and Ms. Rosann Bocciarelli Mr. James C. Wheat III Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Wheeler IV Mr. and Mrs. Matthew B. Whitaker Mrs. Hugh V. White, Jr. Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Mr. and Mrs. S Wilson Whitehurst III Mr. and Mrs. N. Bryan Whitfield Dr. Edward J. Wiley, Jr. Mrs. Constance Willhite Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Fielding L. Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Williams Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Williford Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wilson Mrs. James M. Wiltshire, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wiltshire Mrs. William L. Wimbish Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Witt III Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Wood Mrs. Robert Woods Mr. and Mrs. Roland C. Woodward

I GIVE BECAUSE

Participation – reflects the strength of our community and our shared commitment to our school.

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ower School students have continued to grow in the depth of their understanding regarding STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, math) skills. The Lower School technology director and two other teachers participated in the Virginia Children’s Engineering Convention this past year. Additionally, one of our technology teachers participated in professional development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology over the summer. The Lower School joined with other schools for the Hour of Code this past year to highlight learning how to code at each grade level. Students have worked on coding in technology class, and there have been increased offerings this summer in science and engineering. There are many exciting opportunities for our students in these areas! Many of our teachers have been involved in special professional development opportunities this past summer. The Buck Institute worked with JK–12 teachers to develop project-based learning skills. Our teachers were able to work in teams to refine units

Friends Contributing to the Annual Fund

STEAM, Design Thinking and Reading Roll On

of study, which relate directly to their students this school year. Following a Design Thinking workshop, the 4th Grade teachers are creating an experience for the students that will require them to develop a holistic understanding of community and how their own growth fits in with this study in multiple curriculum areas. The process will incorporate Design Thinking skills and Responsible Citizenship principles. This work will impact how they facilitate student thinking and work. We are looking forward to this collaborative work of our teachers and students. All Lower School teachers are engaging in a careful study of the teaching and practice of reading. New research is informing how we lay a careful literacy foundation in these early years to support and challenge the skill and thinking of all of our eager readers. Special professional development opportunities are planned for this fall which will enhance our work in the very important area. Thank you very much for your wonderful contributions that make it all possible!

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Endowment and Capital Giving

$6,785,808 Total

Endowment and Capital Giving The following list represents gifts received during the 2015–16 fiscal year for Endowment and Capital projects. Also reflected are donors who made gifts in memory or in honor of friends and family to memorial funds, which were designated as capital funds. Anonymous Aladdin Food Management Services, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Darrell S. Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atwood Mrs. Camp Goodwin August Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Aveson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David N. Bannard Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Berents Mr. William M. Berkeley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jory A. Berson Mr. Michael Bileca Miss Claiborne Adams Bowden Mrs. Cynthia I. Bowles Mr. and Mrs. W. Lee Bradley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bradshaw III Mr. and Mrs. Weldon A. Bradshaw Mr. A. Mason Brent Mrs. J. Russell Britten Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Cabaniss, Jr. Caleb Wharton Amped Lax Alumni Game Caleb Wharton Spring Swing Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Campbell Mr. John Michael Cantor

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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Carr Mr. and Mrs. Mason T. Chapman Mrs. Donald L. Charles Mr. Andrew Simon Chernack Ms. Page Chichester Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. Clary Mrs. Lindsey Reames Claud Mr. and Mrs. Clay M. Coleman Collegiate School Mosaic Club Collegiate School Parents’ Association Mrs. Claiborne Buckingham Colombo The Community Foundation serving Greater Richmond and Central Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. Congdon Ms. Mary Maxwell Conner Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Cooke G. Dallas & Betty C. Coons Trust Mr.* and Mrs. Walter W. Craigie Miss Elise Lane Dalton Mr. William Martin Davenport III Mr. John Tobias Desch Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe, Jr. Mr. Stanley F. Druckenmiller Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Edmunds, Jr.

Estes Foundation Mr. Peter F. Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Fergusson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. William Ferrell IV Ms. Susan Farley Ferrell Dr. and Mrs. Adam J. Fiedler Mr. and Mrs. James H. Fields Mr. and Mrs. James I. Finney III Mr. and Mrs. G. Slaughter Fitz-Hugh III Fore Children, Inc. Mrs. Elizabeth Levey Freeman Miss Jordan Elizabeth French Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm P. Friddell Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Garnett Ms. Sally A. Gemmill Mr. W. Bagwell Goode III* Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. William H. Goodwin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Hunter Goodwin III Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Goodwyn Dr. and Mrs. William M. Gottwald Dr. Autumn Adkins Graves Greater Richmond Area Golf Charities, Inc.


*Deceased

Mrs. Beverly Britten Moore Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Mountcastle III Dr. and Mrs. Walter K. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John Neuner IV Mr. and Mrs. W. Crenshaw Newman Mrs. Sheryl Robins Nolt Mr. James Christopher Oates Mrs. Helen Obenshain Mr. Mark Dudley Obenshain Mr. Jacob Harrison Reid Oliver Mr. and Mrs. James R. Oliver, Sr. Mr. James Robert Oliver, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. M. Todd Oney Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. O’Shea Mr. and Mrs. Julian T. Ottley Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Pace Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Palmore Mr. Kendall P. Parker Ms. Nikki Parrish Mr. and Mrs. John T. Parsley Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer Paul, Jr. Mr. A. Andrew Thornton and Ms. Sarah T. Paxton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Pollard, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David M. Powers Ms. C. Brooke Purcell Ms. Mary Talmadge Rada Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Ragsdale Ms. Harriet W. Ragsdale Dr. Harriet Schanzer and Mr. David L. Raine, Jr. Dr. Mark A. Rausch and Dr. Christine S. Rausch Mr. and Mrs. John M. R. Reed Dr. and Mrs. William W. Regan Republican Attorneys General Association Richard S. Reynolds Foundation Mr. Matthew W. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Riopelle Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Roberts III Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Robertson Robins Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Leon Roday Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Rusch Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Schimmels Mr. and Mrs. E. Christopher Schutt Mrs. Richard L. Sharp Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Sisk Mr. Mark Winston Gabriel Dymacek Sisk Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Soyars Mr. and Mrs. David L. Spross Mr. and Mrs. John G. Stallings

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stettinius Mr. and Mrs. Brude D. Stoever Mr. J. Randall Street Mr. and Mrs. W. Hildebrandt Surgner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Craig Suro Charles G. Thalhimer Charitable Trust Dr. and Mrs. A. Leigh Thornton, Jr. Ton of Coins Scholarship Fund Mrs. Rebecca R. Trader Mr. and Mrs. R. Giles Tucker Mrs. Ashley Klaus Turner Mr. and Mrs. John F. Van Der Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Varland Mr. Todd A. Walker Mr. and Mrs. R. Taylor Waller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Weinstein Weinstein Management Company, Inc. Mr. Jessee Kenan White Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. White Mr. and Mrs. N. Bryan Whitfield The Whitfield Foundation Mrs. Sigrid Lynn Whittle Miss Alister E. Williams Mr. and Mrs. David M. Williams Ms. Lindy MacDonald Williams and Mr. Christopher T. Williams Mr. Preston A. Williams Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Terrell Williams Mr. and Mrs. Charlie E. Williamson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Williamson Mrs. James M. Wiltshire, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wiltshire Mr. and Mrs. John W. Woods, Jr. Mrs. Jane Ragland Young

Endowment and Capital Giving

Mr. and Mrs. W. Hill Griffin Mr. and Mrs. William F. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. John G. Grover Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Gumenick Mr. Jerome Gumenick* Mr. Randolph S. Gumenick Dr. and Mrs. Roger P. Hailes Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Elliott M. Harrigan Mr. and Mrs. J. Sheppard Haw III Miss Carly Addison Reagan Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Merle C. Hazelton The Herndon Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hickey, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Willis J. Hidell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Corey W. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Hourigan Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Jackson Mr. George T. Jamerson Mr. Ivan P. Jecklin and Ms. Allison P. Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. P. Johnson III Dr. and Mrs. Albert M. Jones, Jr. Miss Sarah Aven Hartwell Jones Mr. and Mrs. A. Eric Kauders, Jr. Dr. Claire C. Kaugars Mr. and Mrs. W. Todd Kell Mr. and Mrs. Mark Duncan Kilpatrick Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas King Mr. James Whitlock Klaus Mr. Philip W. Klaus, Jr. Klaus Family Fund of the Community Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Klein Mr. Kenneth Langston, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis P. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Lecky The Linhart Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Lundvall Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mahoney Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Markel Mr. and Mrs. E. Sidney Martin III Mr. and Mrs. Lee P. Martin, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. M. McAleer Ms. Anne L. McCorey Mr. and Mrs. John T. McGowan McGuire’s School Foundation Ms. Boodie Wiltshire McGurn Drs. Benita and Michael Miller Mr. J. Clifford Miller III and Ms. Lucile Miller Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Miller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Milstead Mr. John Moncure, Jr. Ms. Gaye C. Montgomery

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Endowed Scholarships and Funds During the 2015–16 school year, income was received for the following endowments and restricted funds. It is Collegiate’s policy to use a portion of the market value of endowed funds to support programs designated by the donors and the Board of Trustees. The balance of the income is reinvested in order to preserve the value of Collegiate School’s endowment relative to inflation.

Endowed Scholarships and Funds Stephen P. Adamson Scholarship Hugh H. Addy Minority Scholarship Benjamin Pollard and Martha Tinsley Alsop Scholarship Alumni Grants for Faculty Excellence Alumni Scholarship Alumni Technology Endowment Stephen R. Anderson Endowment for the Love of the Arts Mr. and Mrs. W. Preston Baldwin, Jr. Scholarship BCF ’02 Scholarship Fund – In Honor of Weldon Bradshaw Kenneth W. Beaver, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Susan Materne Benson Scholarship Andrew Jackson Brent Award Arthur S. Brinkley, Jr. Grants for Faculty Excellence Britten Endowment for Mathematics Campaign for Collegiate – Athletics Endowment Campaign for Collegiate – Financial Aid Endowment Campaign for Collegiate – Program/ Professional Development Campaign for Collegiate – Technology Endowment Ann Bowers and Elijah Davis Catterton Scholarship The Christian Family Endowment * Class of ’64 Professional Development Fund Class of ’67 Scholarship Class of ’71 Scholarship Class of ’74 Endowment for International Studies Class of ’77 Anne Jones Staff Award Class of ’78 Endowment for Faculty Recruiting Class of ’80 Scholarship

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Class of ’81 Scholarship Class of ’84 Community Service Award Collegiate Experience Endowment Collegiate School Speakers Series Endowment Adeline Cox Music Award Craigie Endowment for Teaching Excellence Darr-Davis Investment Endowment Catherine A. Davis Library Endowment sMiles Domalik Scholarship Maureen Donnahoe Library Endowment Maureen Donnahoe Scholarship Stanley F. Druckenmiller Endowment for English Endowed Award in Chinese Endowment for Science and Girls’ Athletics – In Honor of Ann H. Griffin and Karen S. Doxey Engard Art Award Keith A. Evans Endowment for School Leadership Catharine Stauffer Flippen Scholarship Edward E. Ford Foundation Endowment for Coaching Excellence Edward E. Ford Foundation Minority Scholarship Edward E. Ford Foundation Scholarship Edward E. Ford Teaching Fellows Endowment Galston Family Scholarship Rosamond L. Galston Fund for the Study of Asian Culture and Language Diane E. Glenn Scholarship Gottwald Science Endowment Greenbaum Award

Ann Griffin Endowment for Excellence in Teaching Cornelia Hall International Exchange Student Endowment Hamill Family Endowment Scott Harden Creative Arts Award Harrison Family Learning Resource Endowment Hirschler Science Research Award Dianne Nunnally Hoppes Financial Aid Endowment Brian Hurst Golf Endowment Scotty and Petey Jacobs Athletic Endowment Samuel D. Jessee Endowment for Leadership Johnson Family Scholarship Anne and Grover Jones Scholarship K–12 Economics Education Quasi – Endowment George E. Kaugars Scholarship Rob Kelly Spirit Award F. C. Kiefer Wrestling Endowment Klaus Family Endowment Martha Kolbe Award Abrahamsson Kyrolainen Education and Community Outreach Endowment Lewis Lawson Ton of Coins by Interact Club Julia Williams Layfield Endowment for Service The LeCompte Family Fund Endowment Carolyn Levey Music Fund and Award Light a Star Endowment John R. Lower Memorial Grant Luck Family Academic Services Endowment Jake MacNelly, Jr. Endowment for the Arts Make a Splash Swimming Endowment


Mallonee Library Book Fund Massey Endowment for Science Dr. and Mrs. Emmett C. Mathews Technology Endowment Mary G. McCormack Faculty Financial Aid Endowment McCormack Women’s Athletic Endowment John Peyton McGuire Memorial Scholarship Selma C. Meyers Scholarship Middle School Choral Award Middle School Technology Award J. Clifford Miller III Learning Resource Endowment Helen Moon Senior English Award Catherine Barron Moreau Scholarship Nunnally Hall Building Endowment James F. Oates III Emerging Artist Award Oates Endowment for the Arts Oates Endowment for Creative and Innovative Teaching Richard D. Obenshain Scholarship Parents’ Association Endowment for Faculty Professional Development Mary Morton Parsons Scholarship Williams E. Pembleton, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Ruth and Milton Perel Scholarship Physicians’ Endowment for Computer Science Malcolm U. Pitt, Jr. Scholarship E. Angus Powell Endowment for American Enterprise Elizabeth Bryson Powell Award

Madame Marcia Powell Language Lab Endowment Joanne Pratt Award for Teaching Excellence Peggy Fish Rada Endowment for Multiculturalism Dr. William F. Reames Scholarship Charles Larus and Edythe Robertson Reed Scholarship William “Bill” Reeves Endowment for Ethical Behavior, Diversity and Global Outreach William “Bill” Reeves Renaissance Student Award Katie Rexrode Scholarship Rockefeller Endowment for Excellence in Teaching Rosedale Minority Recruitment Endowment Rosemary Award Rosenthal Endowment for Foreign Languages Schewel Family Minority Scholarship David Schools Scholarship for Music Martha Elizabeth Schwarz Honorarium for Excellence in Teaching in the Lower School Seal Athletic Endowment Ted Shaffner Theater Fund Sharp Academic Commons Endowment in Support of Visual Arts Rebecca S. Shepherd Endowment for Leadership in Economic Education Paul M. Shuford Scholarship Virginia Courtney Simpson Award Susan and Mark Sisisky Global Enrichment Fund Spinner Family Endowment Stettinius Endowment for Educational Excellence

Amanda Surgner Financial Aid Endowment * Helen Minor Tanner Scholarship Texaco Star Scholarship Charles G. Thalhimer, Sr. and Family Endowment for College Counseling Charles G. Thalhimer, Sr. and Family Technology Endowment Ellen Thalhimer Senior French Award Nancy White Thomas Scholarship Christopher George Thompson Scholarship Jessie Baker Thompson Endowment for the Arts Mary Parker Moncure Vaden Endowment for Citizenship and the Arts Anne Velez Memorial Endowment Weinstein Endowment for Character Education Weinstein Family Community Outreach and Service Endowment Caleb Wharton Memorial Scholarship Mancha H. White Endowment Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Whitfield Fund for Excellence in Writing Nancy P. Whitley Endowment for Mathematics Whitlow Family Endowment for the Theater Arts Clarence B. Williams Award Frances Leigh Williams Journalism Award Julia Anderson Williams Grant for Faculty Development Nell G. Williams Science Fund Armenia E. Winestock Scholarship

For more information on Collegiate’s endowed funds or to establish a new one, please contact Kristen Williams, Vice President of Development, at 804.741.9722 or Kristen_Williams@collegiate-va.org. *Funds/Awards established during the 2015–2016 year

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Special Gifts Collegiate is grateful for the many special gifts from individuals and businesses during the 2015–16 fiscal year.

Gifts in Honor of Mr. Hudson Hunter Avery 2023 Mr. Emmett M. Avery III and Ms. Jane Gray Mr. Harrison Arthur Baxter 2025 Mr. William Harrison Baxter II 1988 Mr. William Stuart Baxter 2027 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Baxter Mr. William Charles Bennett 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Ted Millan Miss Lillian Grace Berger 2024 Mr. and Mrs. Walt Young Mr. Elijah Gray Billings 2024 Mr. Spencer James Billings 2021 Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cunningham Mr. Andrew Stuart Blain 2009 Mr. John McMann Blain 2014 Mr. Thomas Wilson Blain 2007 Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Blain Mr. Charles L. Blair, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Christopher Schutt Miss Catherine Beckett Boehm 2027 Mr. Grant Edward Boehm 2023 Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Boehm, Jr. Miss Kendall Heyward Boggs 2024 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Boggs

Mr. Weldon A. Bradshaw Ms. Catherine D. Bode Ms. Taylor Randolph Bode Mr. Patrick M. Boswell Mr. David Bradshaw Mrs. Emily D. Bradshaw Mr. and Mrs. Jay Bradshaw Mr. Wade H. Branner Mr. Peter F. Farrell Mr. Jonathan Scott Goodman Mr. and Mrs. Merle C. Hazelton Mr. and Mrs. A. Eric Kauders, Jr. Ms. Anne L. McCorey Mr. Mark Dudley Obenshain Ms. C. Brooke Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Mark W. Sisk Miss Katherine Elizabeth Williford Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Williford Mr. and Mrs. John W. Woods, Jr. Mrs. Emily D. Bradshaw Ms. Taylor Randolph Bode Mr. Weldon A. Bradshaw Mr. Christopher Amsbary Brennan, Jr. 2019 Miss Margaret Marie Brennan 2017 Mr. Thomas Patrick Brennan 2022 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Brennan Miss Elizabeth Madison Burger 2016 Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Duley Miss Grace Elizabeth Burress 2019 Mr. Timothy S. Burress

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Mr. Wade P. Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Palmore Class of 1947 Mrs. Elizabeth Jones Davis Mr. John P. Coates Mr. Jonathan Scott Goodman Collegiate School Development Office Mrs. Lizzie Cullen Cox Collegiate School Faculty Ms. Theresa G. Cyr Collegiate School Parents’ Association Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Goodwyn Cougar Classic Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Goodwyn Miss Jane Randall Cullen 2027 Miss Katherine Ann Cullen 2024 Mrs. Ann F. Cullen Mrs. Garner DeVoe Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe Mr. Richard C. Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Kay, Jr. Mrs. Kate N. Featherston Mr. and Mrs. Brude D. Stoever


Miss Alexandra Frances Ferrell 2016 Mr. James William Ferrell V 2022 Miss Kathryn Ewing Ferrell 2018 Mrs. Dorothy Ewing Ferrell Mr. Bryan Robert Fisher, Jr. 2029 Ms. Elizabeth Adamson Mrs. Suzanne K. Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Calamita III Mrs. Susan J. Fourness-Ewell Mrs. Mary R. Chavent Miss Samantha Budd Funkhouser 2021 Mr. Thomas Macy Funkhouser 2025 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Funkhouser

Ms. Carol Warinner Herod 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Neil P. Farmer Mr. and Mrs. F. Robertson Hershey 1966 Mr. and Mrs. William R. B. Hershey Mr. James C. Hickey, Jr. Miss Ann-Sebrell Chavent Miss Catherine Bayer Horner 2022 Mr. Charles Simons Horner 2026 Carroll and Aggie Hooper Mrs. Betty Hotchkiss Mrs. John B. Bullock Mrs. Lauren MacIvor Thompson

Mr. James Thomas Garrett 2028 Mr. W. Clay Garrett and Ms. Charlotte P. McAfee

Dr. Jill S. Hunter Mr. and Mrs. William B. Judkins Dr. and Mrs. Nathan D. Zasler

Mr. William T. Gatewood 1975 Mrs. Joanne L. Jones

Coach Larry Jarman Richard Andert Robins, Esq.

Miss Melanie Karen Gorsline 1974 and Family Anonymous

Mr. Shaan Clayton Kapadia 2019 Miss Sonja Grace Kapadia 2017 Dr. Shaival Kapadia and Mrs. Jill Spivey-Kapadia

Miss Parker Betts Graham 2027 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Betts, Jr. Miss Jessica Steward Hall 2022 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Hall Ms. Laura Moore Hall Mr. and Mrs. William B. Judkins Mr. Philip Edward Hart 2009 Mrs. Philip R. Hart Miss Anne Larimer Hart Mr. Stephen Anson Hart 1978 Mr. Philip Edward Hart

Mr. Bruce Bennett Keeney, Jr. 2000 Mr. Carter Taliaferro Keeney 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce B. Keeney The Klevana Family Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Duley Mr. Charles George Kolbert 2021 Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ginn Mr. Lewis P. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Hugh G. Edmunds, Jr. Mr. Jonathan Scott Goodman

Mr. Brian E. Leipheimer Mr. Cooper John Leipheimer 2024 Miss Elisa Murray Leipheimer 2023 Mrs. Mary Lou Leipheimer Mr. Shepherd Fitz-Hugh Lewis, Jr. 1996 Mrs. Ann Brooke Lewis Raynal Mr. Matson L. Roberts, Jr. Lower School Faculty and Staff Mr. and Mrs. David B. Horner Mr. James Dunn Mason V 2016 Dr. and Mrs. Robert B. Scott Mrs. Laura Reichert Matthews Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Cobb Mrs. Jennifer Strong McRae 1989 Dr. and Mrs. Roland L. Bowles Miss Ava Catherine Messer 2023 Mr. Charles Davis Messer 2020 Miss Julia Elizabeth Messer 2015 Miss Olivia Grace Messer 2017 Dr. Angela L. S. Messer and Mr. Charles J. Messer Mrs. Debbie Miller Mr. and Mrs. David B. Horner Miss May Lennon Moncol 2028 Mr. and Mrs. Laurence M. Moncol Miss Ann Virginia Musick 2026 Mr. Robert Ryland Musick, Jr. 2027 Dr. and Mrs. John Rose III Mr. Charles Alexander Nelson 2025 Mr. Oliver Ryan Nelson 2028 Dr. and Mrs. Radoslav Kosanin

I GIVE BECAUSE

It is a meaningful way to give back to our school that has given so much to our family.

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Special Gifts Mr. David Clifton Noftsinger, Jr. 2011 Mr. Robert Benjamin Noftsinger 2013 Mr. and Mrs. William M. Noftsinger Miss Elizabeth Carter Norfleet 2018 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Norfleet, Jr. Mr. Joel W. Nuckols III Mr. Jonathan Scott Goodman Miss Katherine Olivia O’Toole 2025 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ramos Coach Don Pate Richard Andert Robins, Esq. Mrs. Ken Perry Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe Dr. Edward H. Pettus 1985 Mrs. Hunter R. Pettus, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Rackley Mr. William Luther Rackley

Mrs. Beth Anne Shelly 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Cobb

Mr. Thomas Walter Rausch 2019 Dr. Mark A. Rausch and Dr. Christine S. Rausch

Mr. Samuel Thomas Slater 2028 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Slater

Dr. William F. Reames Mr. and Mrs. Harry Atwood Mrs. Lindsey Reames Claud Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Russell Mrs. Rebecca R. Trader

Miss Grace Marie Slotterback 2020 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Slotterback

Mrs. Billie W. Reynolds Dr. Elizabeth C. Reynolds and Mr. John C. Berkyheiser III Mr. Finian Grainger LeClair Richardson 2023 Mr. Jensen William Howard Richardson 2019 Mrs. W. Ramsey Richardson Miss Christiane Rimbault Ms. Lucy R. Correll

Miss Cecelia Taylor Phillips 2019 Mr. Frederic Houghton Phillips III 2018 Mr. and Mrs. W. Taylor Benson

Mr. Elijah Benjamin Schwartz 2020 Mr. Donald E. Perry

Mrs. Karen Pickett Mr. Robert D. Powers and Ms. Lisa M. Jones

Mrs. Faulkner Bagley Sgro 1988 Mrs. Sally Ann Twedell Bagley

The Malcolm U. Pitt, Jr. Family Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. P. Johnson III

Mrs. Laurie V. Shadowen Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Calamita III

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Mr. Alex Smith 1965 Gifts received after June 30 to the newly created Alex Smith Family Endowment will be recognized in future issues of Spark. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cabell Chenault IV Mrs. Gretchen Loree Crawford Mr. and Mrs. Garland S. Flippen Mrs. Marilyn Galston Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Garson Mrs. Wendy Galston Gold Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Hedgepeth Mr. and Mrs. Waverly G. King III Mr. Richard K. LeRoy Mrs. Alfred McCormack, Jr. Miss Meghan M. McDade Dr. and Mrs. W. Philip Morrissette III Mr. David Hall Murphy Mr. and Mrs. William S. Peebles IV Mr. Nelson C. Pollard Mrs. Jill Remington Powers Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Sinnott III Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Ukrop Mrs. Hugh V. White, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. Christopher Withers


Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Thalhimer 1971 Mrs. Ellen Thalhimer Holland

Mrs. Robert F. Weston Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe

Mrs. Burrell W. Stultz Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fox, Jr.

Miss Copeland Agape Thornton 2025 Mr. Tristan Townes Thornton 2028 Dr. Bart Thornton Mrs. Kaye Thornton

Mrs. Paige Reid Whitten Mr. Steven G. Whitten Mr. Reid Steven Whitten

Mrs. Amanda Little Surgner 1983 Gifts received after June 30 to the newly created Surgner Endowment will be recognized in future issues of Spark. Mr. and Mrs. Tut B. Bartzen, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. G. Thomas Battle, Jr. Mrs. Pamela Sutherland Miss Sarah Aven Hartwell Jones Miss Helen Minor Tanner 1949 Ms. Lucy R. Correll Mrs. Constance Kennon Harriss Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hickey, Jr. Mr. Benjamin Thomas Tavenner 2018 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Tavenner Team Lisa Mrs. Burrell W. Stultz Mr. Roy T. Tepper III 1990 Mrs. Joseph C. Farrell

Mrs. Connie Tuttle Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Phillips, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Twohy Ms. Elizabeth Williams Twohy Mr. Robert S. Ukrop Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith Miss Virginia Elizabeth Waldrup 2027 Ms. Virginia Szigeti Mr. Jackson Wayne Watkins 2019 Miss Madeleine George Watkins 2019 Ms. Carolyn Jeanette Tyson Mr. Carter Stuart Watt 2029 Miss Evelyn Grace Watt 2028 Mr. Holden James Watt 2029 Mr. and Mrs. Ian A. Watt

Special Gifts

Mr. Michael Steven Stewart, Jr. 2020 Mrs. Marilyn J. Stewart

Mr. Rodney T. Willett and Ms. Lydia R. Pulley 1981 Dr. and Mrs. Henry I. Willett Miss Mary Estella Williams 2024 Mrs. Erwin Boyd Mrs. Anne Tunstall Bagley Willis 2000 Mrs. Sally Ann Twedell Bagle Miss Elizabeth Morgan Wray 2016 Miss Meredith Gibson Wray 2013 Ms. Cynthia Archer Wray Dr. James Kenneth Zelenak 1993 Mr. and Mrs. Russell W. Perkins, Sr. Mr. Eric Christopher Zyglocke 2023 Miss Mary Ann Zyglocke 2025 Mr. and Mrs. George Hann

Ms. Patricia S. Werrell Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Phillips, Jr.

Gifts in Memory of Mr. Nicholas Robert Adams 2004 Mr. and Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II

Mrs. Sherry T. Andrews Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton

Mr. Stephen P. Adamson, Jr. 1992 Mr. and Mrs. J. Cabell Chenault IV Mr. and Mrs. F. Scott Reed, Jr. Ms. Nancy B. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Ruth

Mrs. Nancy Connelly Ankelein 1960 Miss Virginia W. Ewing

Mr. Jeffrey Michael Ahearn Mr. and Mrs. M. Todd Oney

Mrs. W. Preston Baldwin, Jr. Mr. William M. Berkeley, Jr. Mr. Michael Bileca Mrs. Cynthia I. Bowles Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Fergusson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James I. Finney III Mr. and Mrs. G. Slaughter Fitz-Hugh III Mr. and Mrs. William F. Griffin Mr. George T. Jamerson

Mrs. Rosalie Smith Alvis Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Mrs. Anne Ratcliffe Chamblee Mrs. Hugh V. White, Jr. Mr. J. Porter White

Mr. Philip J. Bagley III Mrs. Sally Ann Twedell Bagley

Mr. Kenneth Langston, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. M. McAleer Mr. and Mrs. John T. McGowan Ms. Boodie Wiltshire McGurn Mr. and Mrs. Tom Milstead Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mercer Paul, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David M. Powers Republican Attorneys General Association Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Schimmels Mr. and Mrs. David L. Spross Mr. J. Randall Street Mr. Todd A. Walker Mrs. Sigrid Lynn Whittle Mr. and Mrs. Charlie E. Williamson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Williamson Mrs. James M. Wiltshire, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wiltshire

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Members of the Class of 1965 Who Gave in Memory of Deceased Classmates

Mr. Charles P. Adams Mr. Harold L. Barnes, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Evans B. Brasfield Ms. Kathrin Schwarzchild Brown Mrs. Suzanne Jones Duncan Ms. Mary Campbell Flinn Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Greenbaum Mrs. Anne Pinnell Harper Mrs. Fleet Gregory Hurlbatt

Mrs. Jane Finegan Boinest 1950 Allan D. Ivie IV and Page Boinest Melton Ivie

Mrs. Peggy Jepsen Cuttino Ms. Libbie S. Crane

Mrs. Ruth Weldon Bradshaw Ms. Taylor Randolph Bode

Mrs. Ann Lemoine Murphy Dameron 1943 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Barnes, Jr.

Mr. John Russell Britten Mrs. J. Russell Britten Mrs. Beverly Britten Moore

Mr. James L. Doherty Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Duley

Mrs. James W. Brooks Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Mr. Hardin Thomas Brotherton 1996 Mr. and Mrs. F. Carter Dabney Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown Vaughan, Jr.

Mr. Maxwell Chisolm Dwyer 2002 Mr. and Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II Mr. Robert A. Earle III 1995 Dr. Pamela Herbert Minkler Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown Vaughan, Jr.

Mrs. Judith J. Bumgardner Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton

Mrs. Jane Durham Evans 1956 Mrs. Virginia Puller Dabney Ms. Susan W. Durham

Mrs. Ann Bowers Catterton 1942 Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton

Mrs. Margaret Shinnick Federhart 1958 Mrs. Frances Shinnick Manderson

Mrs. Edna Earle Powers Chewning Mr. and Mrs. William F. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Ratcliffe III

Mr. Rives Fleming, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. T. Justin Moore III

Ms. Mary Clifton Ottley Jones Mrs. Judith West Kidd Mrs. Mary Hays Leeper Kiefner Mrs. Gail Pearsall Kinder Mr. and Mrs. J. Theodore Linhart Mr. Frederick C. Lowden Mrs. Blair Penick McIlwain Ms. Lindsay M. Miller Mrs. Mary Lee Miller Mr. and Mrs. Chunk Neale Mr. Warren Maxwell Pace, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Porter Mrs. Mary Leary Rabb Mr. William L. Roberts Mrs. Marilyn Louthan Slabaugh Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith Ms. Page H. Thurston Mr. and Mrs. C. Porter Vaughan III Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson Warman Mrs. Marshall Brent Waterman 110 SPARK

Mr. John Crawford Chewning 1968 Mrs. Blair H. Chewning Mr. and Mrs. William R. Cogar Mr. David L. Nickel Mrs. Lisa Honaker Nickel Miss Catherine Lee Collins 1994 Mr. William Luther Rackley Judge A. Christian Compton Mrs. A. Christian Compton Mr. and Mrs. J. David Shobe III Mrs. Rosemary Correll Ms. Lucy R. Correll Mrs. Adeline C. Cox Mrs. Margaret Ellett Guy Mrs. Julia Scott Wall King Mr. Walter W. Craigie Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Robertson III

Mrs. Catharine Stauffer Flippen Mr. and Mrs. John S. Miller Mrs. Mary Ryan George 1992 Mrs. Fleming Bottger McCrystal The Garnett Nelson Family Mrs. Julie Dillon Gibson 1965 Ms. Susan Farley Ferrell Mrs. Grace Mercer Ginn 1955 Mr. and Mrs. George H. Ginn Mrs. Faulkner Bagley Sgro Mrs. Anna N. Glisson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher V. Lucy Mr. W. Bagwell Goode III Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Mr. and Mrs. Clay M. Coleman Mrs. Patty D. Coleman Mrs. Cynthia Liebert Crowder Dr. and Mrs. James S. Hunter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. McGraw Dr. and Mrs. Andrew “Buddy” Metz Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Pollard IV


Special Gifts

I GIVE BECAUSE

Great investment! Collegiate strives for excellence in all it does – and generally achieves it! Grateful for all Collegiate offered my children.

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde H. Ratcliffe III Mr. Charles W. Smith, Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth Martin Gorsline Anonymous Mrs. Susan Peters Hal Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Mr. Scott Winslow Harden 1995 Dr. Pamela Herbert Minkler Dr. and Mrs. Walter K. Murphy Dr. and Mrs. Leroy Brown Vaughan, Jr. Mr. James Clarke Harlan Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Dr. Philip R. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Heiner Miss Caroline Frances Steadman Mr. William H. Honaker, Jr. Mrs. Lisa Honaker Nickel Mrs. Nancy C. Jandl Ms. Bonnie L. Crater Mr. Lawrence Wooton Jarman III 1984 Mrs. Ellen Fleming Dougherty Mr. J. Michael Jarvis 1964 Mrs. Kathryn Conner Jarvis Dr. Samuel D. Jessee 1970 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hickey, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. E. Forrest Jessee, Jr.

Mrs. Gay Montague Jewett 1965 Mr. and Mrs. F. Scott Reed, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Ruth

Mrs. Nancy Creath Lewis 1938 Mr. Channing M. Hall III Mr. and Mrs. S. Wilson Whitehurst III

Mr. Skip Johns Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Kelly III Mr. Francis Edward Kelly IV

Mr. John R. Lower 1984 Mrs. Ellen Fleming Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. Christopher G. Kulp

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard M. Kastenbaum Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton

Mr. Jeffrey K. MacNelly, Jr. 1990 Mr. Andrew Simon Chernack Mr. and Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hickey, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Scott F. Ruth

Dr. George Edward Kaugars Drs. Benita and Michael Miller Dr. and Mrs. Walter K. Murphy Mr. Kevin Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Becker Mr. Benjamin R. Lacy IV Mrs. Benjamin R. Lacy IV Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wiltshire Mrs. Nancy Glaser LaGow 1967 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Walker Ms. Mary Louise Laird 1960 Miss Virginia W. Ewing Mr. Bryan Keith Leckie Mrs. Frances W. Leckie Mr. Benjamin B. LeCompte, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. A. Leigh Thornton, Jr. Mrs. Benjamin B. LeCompte Jr. 1943 Dr. and Mrs. A. Leigh Thornton, Jr. Jerry and Ruby Levey Ms. Carolyn Levey Winks

Mrs. Janet Gresham Manson Ms. Betsy G. Manson Mrs. Mary H. Mathews Mrs. J. Russell Britten Mrs. Donald L. Charles Mr. and Mrs. Clay M. Coleman Ms. Mary Maxwell Conner Dr. and Mrs. Adam J. Fiedler Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm P. Friddell Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hamilton Dr. and Mrs. Albert M. Jones, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Lundvall Mr. Kendall P. Parker Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Pollard, Jr. Ms. Harriet W. Ragsdale Dr. and Mrs. William W. Regan Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Soyars Dr. and Mrs. A. Leigh Thornton, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. R. Taylor Waller, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. White Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Terrell Williams Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wiltshire

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Special Gifts

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Turbeville, Jr. Mrs. Robert Woods Mr. Williams E. Pembleton, Jr. 1965 Ms. Mary Campbell Flinn Ms. Joanne E. Pratt Miss Mayme Beth Forem Donohue Mrs. Frances J. Rankin Ms. Susan Lynne Williams Mr. Wilson Platt Reed 1991 Mrs. Susan Eckhardt Reed Mrs. Jean Jensen Remington Mrs. Jill Remington Powers Mr. Michael Bruce Rhyne, Jr. 2001 Mr. and Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II Mrs. Ruth Kelly Mayo 1965 Ms. Mary Campbell Flinn

Ms. Amy Caroline Nuara Dr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Nuara

Mr. Brian McGill Mrs. Karen McGill

Mrs. Carolyn Morris O’Connor 1981 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Morris III Miss Jane Mallory O’Connor Miss Anna Lassiter White Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. White

Mrs. Hazel Elizabeth Watts McLarin 1948 Ms. Jean E. McLarin Mrs. Louise “Boomba” Pitt Miller 1968 Mr. Charles E. Williams Mrs. Lisa Stultz Moore 1977 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fox, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Monroe III Mrs. Burrell W. Stultz Mr. Wesley C. Morck, Jr. Mrs. Anne Nelson Morck Mr. William Philip Morrissette IV 1998 Mr. H. Guy Collier Mr. and Mrs. William F. Griffin Dr. and Mrs. W. Philip Morrissette III Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lee Newcomb Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Ballowe, Jr. Grayson and Jeannette Nickel Mr. David L. Nickel

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Mrs. Mary Catherine L. Overton Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Mrs. Anne Ratcliffe Chamblee Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Darling Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Dodd Dr. and Mrs. Robert K. Duley

Mr. Jeffrey Scott Robertson 2001 Mr. and Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II Dr. H. Shepard Rowland, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Dr. L. Thurman Scott, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe Mrs. Margaret Shaia Mr. Harry Shaia, Jr. Mrs. Virginia Prince Shinnick 1926 Mrs. Frances Shinnick Manderson

Ms. Nancy E. Parady Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Ascoli

The Honorable Norman Sisisky Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Sisisky

Mrs. Shirley W. Patteson Mr. and Mrs. William G. Broaddus Mrs. Judith J. Bumgardner Mrs. Ellen Fleming Dougherty Mr. and Mrs. William R. Gardner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Griffin Dr. Sarah Josephs Hellewell Mr. and Mrs. Olin V. Hyde Allan D. Ivie IV and Page Boinest Melton Ivie Mr. Kendall P. Parker Mr. and Mrs. James Paxton Mr. A. Andrew Thornton and Ms. Sarah T. Paxton Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Sexton

Mrs. Emily Erickson Smith 1982 Mrs. Mary Stuart Brenaman Cruickshank Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe Mrs. A. W. Spilman Mr. David L. Nickel Mrs. Lisa Honaker Nickel Miss Olivia Elease Spurlock 2013 Drs. Steven and Shari Barbieri Dr. Susan G. Brown Dr. Andrew S. Clark and Mrs. Gina A. Bartolo The Cottrell Family


Mrs. Burrell W. Stultz Mr. and Mrs. Nathan H. Turbeville, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Witt III

Mr. Andrew Walter Emroch Miss Gabrielle Lynn Gelozin Mr. and Mrs. C. Walton Makepeace Miss Caroline McLean Meyer Ms. Dalal M. Salomon Mr. Jacob Eric Salomon Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Sheehy Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Wood

Mrs. Barbara Lee Norris Sutherland 1954 Dr. Marsha Taliaferro Gillis Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Kennon, Jr.

Mrs. Charlotte Stevens Anonymous Mr. John Lloyd Stultz Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Mr. and Mrs. John J. Fox, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Griffin Mrs. JoAnn D. Sullivan Susan L. Barron Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bates Mrs. Brenda Chandler Bell Mrs. Judith J. Bumgardner Ms. Sue Carol Foster Mr. and Mrs. William F. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Hotchkiss, Jr. Mr. Kendall P. Parker Ms. Christine K. Plant Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Sexton Mr. and Mrs. William L. Smith

Mr. Charles G. Thalhimer, Sr. Mr. Andrew Meyer Thalhimer Mr. Charles G. Thalhimer, Jr. 1968 Ms. Margaret Ruth Thalhimer Mr. Christopher George Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Leavenworth M. Ferrell II Mr. James Keith Marshall Newton IV Mrs. Patricia W. Twohy Mr. and Mrs. Michael Armstrong Ms. Diana J. Beran Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Cross Ms. Mary Meade Davenport Mr. and Mrs. Collins Denny III Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe E. A. Holsten, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Easterling Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Edmunds, Jr. Harrison & Bates Incorporated Ms. Sharan Ramsay Hinkle Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Hotchkiss, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Huot

International Roll-Call Corporation The Klaus Family Mrs. Frank C. Maloney III Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. McGraw Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Mountcastle, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Nolley Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Perry Mrs. Patricia Pusey Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Reed, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. D. Latane Sale, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Salsitz Dr. H. B. Showalter, Jr. Ms. Elizabeth Williams Twohy Mrs. Sigrid Lynn Whittle Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David M. Williams

Special Gifts

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Cross Miss Mary Cameron Crowgey Miss Jillian Nicole Donze

Ms. Anne Velez Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Aveson, Jr. Mrs. Anne P. Waldbauer Mr. and Mrs. John D. Catterton Mrs. James M. Wiltshire, Jr. Mr. Alva Lawrence Wallace 1969 Mr. Christopher L. Wallace Mr. William Caleb Wharton 2012 Fore Children, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel J. Goodwyn Greater Richmond Area Golf Charities, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Klein

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Special Gifts

I GIVE BECAUSE

We are appreciative. Our children will be forever sustained by their Collegiate educations. We are proud to be part of something bigger than ourselves.

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. T. Justin Moore III Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. O’Shea Mr. and Mrs. Brude D. Stoever Mr. David L. Thalhimer Mr. and Mrs. R. Giles Tucker Mr. and Mrs. John L. Walker III Mr. John Luther Walker IV Mr. Lee Stribling Walker Miss Anna Lassiter White Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. White Mr. Jessee K. White and Family Ms. Lindy MacDonald Williams and Mr. Christopher T. Williams Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Williford

Mrs. Mancha Holland White Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Rusch

Mr. Richard W. Wiltshire Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wiltshire, Jr.

The Honorable and Mrs. Richard L. Williams Mr. Walter L. Williams

Mrs. Jean Betts Wiltshire 1938 Mr. and Mrs. William B. Wiltshire, Jr.

Mrs. Julia Anderson Williams Mr. and Mrs. Bruce L. Mertens Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. White Ms. Lucy R. Correll Miss Christiane Rimbault

Mr. Charles P. Witmer Mrs. Charles P. Witmer

Ms. Judith Vantrease Wilson 1957 Mrs. Virginia Puller Dabney

Mrs. Paige W. Woolwine 1984 Mrs. Ellen Fleming Dougherty Mrs. Constance Willhite Dr. Hugh O. Wrenn Mrs. Hugh O. Wrenn

Gifts in Kind A. P. Grappone and Sons B & B Printing Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Bland Mr. and Mrs. Timothy B. Brizzolara Mr. Rodney C. Brown Mr. Mark S. Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Todd C. Cornell Mr. W. Taylor Dabney IV and Ms. Julia E. Pfaff

Dr. Gisèle Friedrichs Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hill Mr. and Mrs. C. Afton Johnson Mr. Sam Jordan Mr. and Mrs. Brian A. Long Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Luck III Dr. and Mrs. David W. Luckey Mr. Richard Murad

Mr. and Mrs. David B. Pahren Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Ragsdale Mr. and Mrs. R. Coleman Rice, Jr. Mr. Noah Pratt Todras Tuckahoe Plantation Enterprises Mr. and Mrs. Ennion S. Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Wittmann

Genworth Foundation Matching Gifts Gray Holdings, LLC Luck Companies Foundation Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals Markel Corporation McKesson Foundation, Inc. MeadWestvaco Foundation Merck Company Foundation

Microsoft MMC Morgan Stanley & Co. Incorporated Mutual Assurance Society of Virginia New York Life Foundation Norfolk Southern Foundation Once For All Trust Pacific Life Foundation

Matching Gift Companies Altria Group, Inc. Bank of America The Brink’s Company Capital One Services, Inc. Carmax Foundation Dominion Foundation Matching Gift Program Eli Lilly and Company Foundation, Inc. Fidelity Foundation

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Thompson, Siegel & Walmsley, Inc. TowneBank Universal Leaf Foundation

Special Gifts

Salesforce.com Foundation Stelliam Investment Management LP The SunTrust Foundation

Verizon Foundation Wells Fargo Foundation

Powell Economic Education Initiative Donors BB&T Davenport and Company Dominion Resources Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Garner, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. William V. Garner

The Jefferson La Difference MeadWestvaco Miller Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William Moore

SunTrust Foundation Tridium, Inc. Tuckahoe Orthopedics/Dr. Chester H. Sharps

2016 Winter Party and Auction Sponsors Aliceblue B&B Printing BB&T Capital Markets BBT Scott & Stringfellow Davenport & Company LLC Drs. Kaugars and Miller, P.C. Gardner Orthodontics

Gumenick Properties The Hilb Group, LLC Joyce and Howard Cosgrove Lansing Building Products Loveland Distributing Co., Inc. Page Auto Group S.W. Mille Electrical, Inc.

Spider Management Company, LLC Stoever & Palmore Investment Group of Wells Fargo Advisors Weinstein Properties Williams Mullen

Middle School Math Boot Camp T

h ree Middle School math teachers were able to spend a week this past summer at Phillips Exeter Academy, where they took intensive classes focusing on the math curricula that both schools use. Additionally, the teachers attended breakout sessions with other teachers who have implemented the course in different environments. They also were able to share their practices with other teachers who are working toward new implementation. It was a great week of learning and it offered new ideas, while reinforcing that Collegiate is at the forefront of evidence-based best practices. Thank you for this wonderful opportunity.

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Planned Giving The Helen Baker Society recognizes those individuals who have made provisions in their estate plans for Collegiate School. Those designated as Charter members took certain steps towards creating their gifts prior to June 1, 2001.

Helen Baker Charter Members Anonymous Mrs. Nancy Archbell Bain Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan G. Brougham Mrs. Grace Wallace Brown 1948 Ms. Cecilia E. M. Bullard 1963* Ms. June H. Campbell 1946 Ms. Margaret H. Campbell 1974 and Dr. Richard S. Gitomer Mrs. Elizabeth Carlson* Mrs. Betty Sams Christian* Mr. James H. Cochrane, Jr. 1971 Mr.* and Mrs. Walter W. Craigie Mr. and Mrs. James A. DeVoe 1956 Dr. and Mrs. E. Henry Diehl, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Edmunds, Jr. 1952 Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Evans Mrs. Nancy Simmons Brockenbrough Foulks 1962 Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm P. Friddell Mr. and Mrs. G. Waddy Garrett 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Garson Mr. and Mrs.* C. Hobson Goddin Mrs. Mildred Elliott Goode* Mr. Robert P. Gorrell and Ms. Sabet Stroman Ms. Martha J. Goss 1967 and Mr. David Goss Mr. and Mrs. Gordon B. Grigg 1981 Mr. and Mrs. C. Wade Hairfield III Mr. and Mrs. Brenton S. Halsey, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. A. William Hamill Ms. Elizabeth R. Harris 1975 Mr.* and Mrs. H. Hiter Harris, Jr. Dr.* and Mrs. Philip R. Hart Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Anson Hart 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Wirt H. Hatcher III 1967

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Mr.* and Mrs.* Charles F. Heiner Mrs. Nancy Crater Jandl* Mrs. Anne Gail Gilman Jennings 1988 Miss Etta Johnson 1923* Colonel and Mrs. Freeman E. Jones 1979 Mr.* and Mrs. John F. Kay, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Lansing Mrs. Farrell Stubs Laughlin* 1939 Mr. and Mrs. T. Gaylon Layfield III 1969 Mrs. Julia Williams Layfield 1970* Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Pettus LeCompte 1971 Mr. Richard K. LeRoy Mr. C. M. Little, Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Bruce MacDougal Mrs. William L. Major* Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Markel 1966 Mrs. Mary Leigh Marston 1927* Mr. and Mrs. William M. Massie, Jr. 1979 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. McCandlish Mrs. Alfred McCormack, Jr. Mrs. H. C. L. Miller, Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Monroe III 1977 Mr.* and Mrs. T. Justin Moore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Mountcastle, Jr. 1959 Mrs. Katharine G. Munt 1928* Mr. Chunk Neale 1965 Mrs. Lena Cole Newell 1918* Martha Hill Newell 1939* Dr.* and Mrs. James F. Oates III Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Pearson Mr.* and Mrs. Malcolm U. Pitt, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Angus Powell, Jr. 1966 Mr. and Mrs. E. Bryson Powell 1969, 1969

Ms. Lee Marshall Price 1966 Mr. Scott Redmond Mr. C. Lathrop Reed* Mr. and Mrs. Allen B. Rider III Mrs. Maria Wornom Rippe 1960 Richard Andert Robins, Esq. 1986 Mrs. Elsie Snow Seay 1924* Mr.* and Mrs. Paul M. Shuford Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith 1965 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stettinius Mrs. Kay Rucker Strohl Mr.* and Mrs. John L. Stultz Mr.* and Mrs.* Page Sutherland 1954 Miss Helen Minor Tanner 1949 Mr.* and Mrs.* Edgar N. Taylor 1926 Mr. Charles G. Thalhimer* Mr. and Mrs. William B. Thalhimer III 1964 Mr. Christopher M. Timmons 1970 Dr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Trani The Dr. Thomas Burwell Vaden, Jr.* and Mary Parker Moncure Vaden Foundation Mr.* and Mrs.* Wyndham R. White III 1949 Mrs. Nell Gathright Williams* Mr. and Mrs. R. Gregory Williams 1969 Mrs. Julia Anderson Williams* Mr.* and Mrs.* Richard W. Wiltshire 1938 Dr. and Mrs. B. Gerald Yount 1966


Anonymous Ms. Stacy H. Adams Mrs. Louie Hunt Baker 1953* Mrs. Hylah Boyd Ballowe 1990 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery W. Bayard Dr. and Mrs. Wyatt S. Beazley III 1958 Dr. Richard Leroy Bennett, Jr. 1990 Ms. Lynne Marie Berkness 1978 Mr. W. E. Betts, Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Blain Mrs. Demie Browne Blair 1939* Mr. and Mrs. Michael Garrett Bland 1983 Mrs. Jane Finegan Boinest 1950 Mrs. Margaret Tilghman Bothwell 1959 Mrs. Ina-Jeanne Bowles and Dr. Roland L. Bowles Mr. and Mrs. Weldon A. Bradshaw Mrs. Nancy Toms Breeden 1971 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur S. Brinkley III 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Robert Brost 1985, 1991 Mrs. Ann Lee Saunders Brown 1936 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Brownstein 1985 Mrs. Patricia Margraf Bussard 1963 Mrs. Royal E. Cabell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Carter 1977 Mrs. Allen B. Chamberlain Mr. and Mrs. Mason Travers Chapman 1984 Ms. Roxanne Cherry Mrs. Elizabeth Woodroof Cogar 1977 Mrs. A. Christian Compton Ms. Mary Maxwell Conner 1972 Mrs. Anne Margaret Daniel 1981 Dr. Ralph and Jean Davison Mr. Charles Michael DeCamps 1968 Mrs. Margaret Anderton Dortch 1937* Mr. Woodson T. Drumheller Mr. Neil Page Farmer 1974 Mr. James Smith Ferebee* Mrs. Elizabeth Conner Flippen 1967 Mrs. Susan J. Fourness-Ewell Mrs. Lisa Levey Freeman 1975 Mr.* and Mrs.* T. Fleetwood Garner Mr.* and Mrs. William Gatewood Mrs. Lillian Cabell Gay 1932* Mr. and Mrs. Noah C. P. Greenbaum 2003, 2004 Mrs. Ann H. Griffin Mrs. Mary B. Hamilton*

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Reid Harris 1978, 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Harrison II Mrs. Marion Bower Harrison 1944* Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Vernon Hawthorne 1978 Mrs. Jacqueline Fowlkes Herod 1939* Mrs. Elizabeth Flippo Hutchins 1988 and Mr. William M. Hutchins Mrs. Elizabeth Isaacs Mrs. Anne Baldwin Jamerson 1978 Mr. Lawrence W. Jarman, Jr. Miss Mary Garland Jefferson 1961 Mrs. E. Leigh Dobbins Johnson 1978 Mrs. Champ Roberts Johnson 1956 Mr. and Mrs. W. Andrew Karo 1977, 1977 Mr. John Franklin Kay III 1978 Ms. Sarah Doddridge Kay 1975 Dr. Lisa L. Kirkland 1976 Mrs. Virginia Wight Lamb 1930* Mr. and Mrs. Glenn J. Laskin 1989, 1990 Dr. Benjamin B. LeCompte III 1968 Mr. William Harvey LeCompte 1978 Mrs. Benjamin B. LeCompte, Jr. 1943* Mr.* and Mrs. Carl M. Lindner, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James F. Lipscomb, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Long, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Watkins Martin 1978 Ms. Claiborne Scott Mason 1978 Mr. Alan McCullough, Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. McGill III 1989 Mr. James Moore McMahon 1974 Ms. Gaye C. Montgomery Mrs. Lucy Boswell Negus 1955 Ms. Mil Norman-Risch Mr. Randolph W. Nuckols, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Oliver, Sr. Mr. Carl P. Parrish III Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Pendleton III 1969 Ms. Joanne E. Pratt* Mr. and Mrs. Gerry C. Quindoza Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Zafar Qureshi 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Duane H. Ragsdale Mr. and Mrs. William Reeves Mr. and Mrs. Chris Remke 1978 Mr. Robert Coleman Rice III 1986 Mr. and Mrs. Crit T. Richardson 1976, 1975 D. Brian Richardson, Esq. 1977

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Robertson Dr. and Mrs. William A. Robertson Mr. Charles Russell Robins III 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas A. Roupas Miss Jane Quinn Saunders 1933* Ms. Carol Irene Seligman 1974* Ms. Nancy Gayle Smith-Jackson 1978 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Talbot Spraker 1992 Mrs. Margaret Duncan Stallings 1949 Mr. and Mrs. John G. Stallings Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Stanewick Mr. James T. Stephens Mr. and Mrs. W. Hildebrandt Surgner, Jr. 1983

Planned Giving

Members

I GIVE BECAUSE

It enhances all aspects of the Collegiate experience.

Mrs. Pamela Anderson Sutherland Mrs. Kathleen Cabell Taylor 1971 Mrs. Sibyl H. Thalhimer Mrs. Rhoda R. Thalhimer* Mr. Morton Thalhimer III 1973 Mrs. Nancy White Thomas* Mr. and Mrs. Addison B. Thompson 1966 Mrs. Rebecca LeCompte Thornton 1972 Mr. Arthur Todras Ms. Melissa P. Vaughan 1983 Mr. Darren D. Vita Mr. Richard Lee Ware 1977 Ms. Mary Morris Watt 1933* Dr. Arthur Weinstein Mr.* and Mrs. Hugh V. White, Jr. Mrs. James L. Wiley* Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wilson Mr. and Mrs. E. Carlton Wilton Ms. Carolyn Levey Winks 1978 Miss Kimberly Ellen Wright 1986

For more information on membership in the Society, please contact Michael Brost, Director of Development, at 804.741.9766 or mbrost@collegiate-va.org. *Deceased

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ALUMNI ACTIVITIES

ALUMNI ACTIVITIES Letter from Director of Alumni and Special Events Jennifer Robertson Wilkins ’92 As you have seen from the cover of this magazine and The Consummate Cougar story on Page 40, our longtime Vice President of Development, Alex Smith, has retired. As difficult as it is to believe that he will no longer be a daily presence on campus, it’s even more of a challenge for me to put into words what he has meant to Collegiate, the community and me. An amazing fundraiser, mentor and friend, he will be missed by all. My letter to you … Dear Alex,

the Annual Fund to working on capital campaigns to organizing special events to spearheading alumni events and programs. All of these roles have proven to be interesting, challenging and entertaining! I am sure everywhere you have placed me has been purposeful. You’ve always had a plan. Your many important lessons in fundraising, stewardship and cultivation will stick with me forever. Of course “Don’t chew gum” now comes naturally to me, whereas “Don’t talk about your kids unless asked” remains a work in progress. I promise to do as you have taught me: Do what is best for the School. Plant seeds. I will do my best to build upon your legacy. I have loved working for you. Thank you for everything.

In 1992, you brought several of your development staff to Charleston, South Carolina. I was a first-year student at the College of Charleston. I remember Scott Ruth ’91 calling all Collegiate alumni who attended College of Charleston at the time Wilkins to say that you were in town and wanted to take us out to dinner at T-Bonz on My story is not unique. Many in the Collegiate community have Market Street downtown. My thought was, their own Alex story. Building relationships is what he does best — “Really? OK. I’m in.” Little did I know that reconnecting people with Collegiate and, through that connection, by connecting with us in our college town, allowing them to see their potential to contribute in meaningful ways. you were planting a seed in all of us. Fast forward 10 years to 2002, when I was working in New York City at the Buckley School on the Upper East Side. I remember running into to you and your wife, Gail, on Fifth Avenue. It was cold and windy which kept our chat brief, but I felt this immediate connection to you, Richmond and Collegiate. I guess you could say that it was my “aha moment.” Your subtle, deliberate, yet nonverbal, message from years before was received. Though it took time to take root and bloom, I understood it: Collegiate is home. Maybe that was how you felt upon reconnecting with Mr. Pitt. As the saying goes, the rest is history. In July 2004, I started working for you here at Collegiate School. My work in the Alumni/ Cougar Bites is a niche within Collegiate's Networking Group with the goal Development Office has shifted over the years from assisting with of creating and maintaining professional relationships within the Collegiate Community and the greater Richmond area. All alumni are encouraged to join us. Be on the lookout for email invites throughout the year. Not on the list? 118 SPARK Please email us at alumni@collegiate-va.org.

Join us for Cougar Bites!


Cougars in the Washington area gathered on April 21, 2016.

Washington, D.C. Reunion

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On January 29, 2016, Collegiate friends reunited at the ‘21’ Club.

New York Reunion

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1. Rob Wedge, Carter Stephens ’09, Barb Wedge 2. Virginia Lawson Kirwan ’97, Mike Kirwan, Meriwether Powell, Lewis “Bubba” Lawson 3. Ashwin Narla ’09, Harrison Roday ’09, Sarah Rose ’11, Maddie Jecklin ’11 4. Shelby Robinson, Lillian Rand, Dottie Grover, Janie Whitaker, Emily Moore, Libby Russell (all ’10). 5. Luke Olszewski, Jo Beth Stoddard ’07, Kathryn Failon ’07, Andre Constantine 6. Laura Hall ’68, Nancy Stratford ’73 7. Frank Kelleher ’98, Arun Jesudian ’97

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Winter Party & Auction

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ollegiate parents, alums, faculty, staff and friends enjoyed a fun evening on Saturday, Feb. 27, while supporting an important curriculum initiative at the School’s signature fundraiser. The theme for the 2016 Winter Party & Auction was Mission: Impossible, and the event was chaired by Collegiate parents Kathryn and Jason Angus ’93 and Corbin and John Neuner. Guests arrived at The John Marshall Hotel and were photographed movie premiere-style before using their own secret-agent smartphones to place bids on fabulous silent auction items. Mark Motley and emcee Curt Autry of NBC12 kicked off the live auction, with Liane and Nick Pace winning a trip to Costa Rica in the raffle. Daniel Bartels, Collegiate’s Upper/Middle School STEAM curriculum coordinator, provided a show-and-tell of some of the School’s current projects, including a robot and virtual reality software. Parents had fun driving the robot around the silent auction room and wearing the goggles to try it out. Proceeds from this year’s event will be used to enhance Collegiate’s science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) curriculum, as well as to provide for a phase one upgrade to our 3rd and 4th Grade playground. We thank all of our supporters! – Winter Party & Auction Coordinators Pam Roberts and Susan Brizzolara

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5. Stuart Farrell ’03, Mary Farrell 6. Anna Reed, Sarah Porter, Lauren Hepper, Katherine Kapinos 7. Hunter Scott, Liza Jarvis Scott ’99, Michelle Kahn Logan ’98, Joe Logan

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Atlanta Reunion

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Cougars in the Atlanta area enjoyed an evening at Canoe Restaurant on March 31, 2016. 3 1. Alex Wright ’84, Kathy Landwehr ’83, John Woodward ’84, Michael Brost ’85 2. Robert Friddell ’09, Amrik Sahni ’06, Shep Lewis ’96 3. Jennifer Robertson Wilkins ’92, Bill Chappell ’90, Millay Chappell 4. Sam Mathis, Mary Traylor Larus ’97, Shep Dinos, Elaine McCandlish Dinos ’99, Steve Hickman 5. Meredith Newbill Cumbo ’04, Robert Friddell ’09, Jessica Lane ’04, Amrik Sahni ’06

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6. Fleming Bottger McCrystal ’89, Shawn McCrystal, Jennifer Robertston Wilkins ’92 7. Amanda Shires, Kevin Shires ’88, Maxine Matthews Smith ’70, Franklin Smith 8. Ambler Shuford ’02, Liz Garson Koteles ’05, Ari Koteless 9. Lauralee Glasgow Allen ’03, Fran Parrish, Jack Parrish ’03, Charlotte Butler ’02, Jeff Gottwald ’02

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Collegiate hosted a tea at Cedarfield on April 26, 2016, featuring entertainment from the 4th Grade Cantorion.

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Caleb Wharton Spring Swing

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he second annual William Caleb Wharton Spring Swing Golf Tournament and Cookout on May 27, 2016, was another outstanding success, as 28 foursomes enjoyed the picture-perfect day at Independence Golf Club and guests were treated to the music of John Walker, the Bart Chucker Band and newcomer Paddle Faster. The Three Amigos (Trib Sutton ’81, Jay DeVoe ’82 and Marc Allocca) prepared the barbecue experience we all relish and rounded out what was an absolutely wonderful celebration in memory of Caleb Wharton ’12. “We are humbled by the sustained level of love and support provided by all of our friends and family. It was a great event and a fabulous demonstration of Collegiate community and fellowship,” said Kemper Wharton. All net proceeds go to the William Caleb Wharton ’12 Memorial Scholarship at Collegiate.

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WHERE ARE YOU? Calling Classes ending in 1 and 6! This is your reunion year and we are missing contact information for these classmates. Please contact Jennifer Robertson Wilkins ’92 at jwilkins@collegiate-va.org or 804.741.9718 if you know where they are!

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Richard Ackart William Carr Deborah Clark Grosser Diana Councill Gary Deutsch Richard Eisenberg Diana Giese Anne Harman Susan Kolodny Fultz George Robinson Elise Slay Bob Slovic Mary Truesdell

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Riki Broome Tonio Carvalho Sarah Dowdey Randy Jordan Steve Lecky Drew Lybrook Anne Newman Baird Bill Oxenham Stanley Ross Dulaney Stehl Stehl Lynn Wade Chambers Lewis Warren Jerry West

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Jeff Comer Margaret Glover Steve Hailey Debi Luci Zeitlin Melinda Pollard Lynn Whitaker

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James Brown Stephanie Dessenne Joe Kallar Walker Martin Jamie Moncure Chris Nichols Tim Williams

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Eric Biber Kim Bruckmann Kristen Bucher Joann Chan Ami Pointer Van Tate Brandon Tingley

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Terri Dunn Lynne Lemon Oddny Tveikra

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Craig MacIvor

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Catherine McGurk Sarah Morookian Ryan Nelson

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Taylor Cooke

Eyal Gheorghiu Allan Lopez Jenn Weaver Karen Won

CLASS YEARS ENDING IN 1 & 6 Save the Date for Your

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Homecoming and Reunion Weekend November 4-5, 2016 Look for more information from your classmates soon!

REUNION

The Annual Fund Reunion Giving Challenge

Questions? Want to Volunteer? Contact:

www.collegiate-va.org/makeagift

Jennifer Robertson Wilkins ’92 Alumni Director at 804.741.9718 or jwilkins@collegiate-va.org

Questions?

or

Lauralee Glasgow Allen ’03 Associate Alumni Director at 804.741.9757 or lauralee_allen@collegiate-va.org

is underway for all reunion classes ending in 1 & 6! Make a gift or pledge today.

Shep Lewis (shepL@collegiate-va.org) or Sarah Cowles (scowles@collegiate-va.org)


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DIED: Lillian Cabell Gay on May 6, 2016. At Collegiate, she was jokes editor of the Torch, and played field hockey and basketball. She went on to receive a BA in biblical literature from Sweet Briar College and taught at The Cathedral School in Havana, Cuba. After marrying Jim Gay, Lillian was the office administrator for his medical practice. A colleague of Jim’s was barred from leaving his homeland of Cuba during the early years of the Castro regime, but he sent his children to live with Lillian and Jim, who raised them as their own. Lillian loved fishing and belonged to the Honesdale Rotary Club where she was a Paul Harris Fellow. She attended the First Presbyterian Church in Honesdale, PA, and the Lake Como United Methodist Church in Lake Como, PA. Lillian was preceded in death by her husband, James Rowland Gay. She is survived by her Cuban children, Rolando Bonachea, Sergio Diaz-Briquets, Arhran Perez and Ana and George Picaza, and her nieces and nephews, Elizabeth Weinstein, Christina Bennett, Charles Cabell ’70, Katie Cabell Taylor ’71, Bill Cabell, Sharon Hadley, Carolyn Homer, Anne Warnott, Gay Opdyke, Berkeley Adams and James Adams.

1936

DIED: Rosa Hodges McLaughlin on June 9, 2016. At Collegiate, she was editor-in-chief of the Torch, captain of the Gold Team and a member of the Glee Club, the Honorary Writers Club and the Library Club. She also played field hockey, basketball and tennis and was inducted into Collegiate’s Athletic Hall of Fame. Rosa graduated from Hollins College. She and her husband, Lee McLaughlin, taught at Episcopal High School and Washington and Lee

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University. The McLaughlins founded Camp Maxwelton for Boys in 1949 and Camp Lachlan for Girls in 1954 in Rockbridge County, VA. Rosa was preceded in death by her husband, Lee Massey McLaughlin. She is survived by her children, Rosa McLaughlin Carrington Heinsohn, Nelle Hill McLaughlin Busch, Virginia LeRoy McLaughlin Myers, Lee Massey McLaughlin, Jr. and James Andrew McLaughlin; 19 grandchildren and 47 great-grandchildren. Nancy Cann Purcell on Aug. 1, 2016. At Collegiate, she was photographic editor of the Torch. She graduated from Holton Arms Junior College in 1938 and made her debut at the Richmond German in 1939. Nancy was a member of St. Stephen’s Church, where she served as a Circle leader, a member of the altar guild and a Sunday school teacher. She served on the board of the Protestant Episcopal Home. Nancy was also a member and past president of the Tuckahoe Garden Club, member and past board member of the Woman’s Club, a member of the Junior League and a life member of the Country Club of Virginia. She was the widow of John Barry Purcell. She is survived by her son, John Barry Purcell, Jr., his son, Barry Purcell ’92, his wife, Allison Smith Purcell, their children, Jack Purcell ’27 and Ellie Purcell ’29; his son, Charles Tupper Purcell and his wife, Sagle Jones Purcell ’94, their children, Addison Purcell ’26, Tee Purcell ’28 and Carter Andrew Purcell; and by her son, Lawrence Cann Purcell, his wife, Alice Fong Purcell and their daughter, Nancy Taylor Purcell.

1938

DIED: Nancy Creath Lewis on April 25, 2016. After completing a post-graduate year at St. Catherine’s, Nancy majored in early childhood education at RPI, now VCU. She went on to teach

Kindergarten at Collegiate’s Town School. She was a lifelong communicant of St. James’s Episcopal Church, a member of the Junior League of Richmond, the Woman’s Club, the Country Club of Virginia and the Philadelphia Quarry Club. Nancy was preceded in death by her husband, John Bolling Lewis, Jr. She is survived by her son, John Bolling Lewis III and his wife, Suzanne LaPrade Lewis (Upper School history teacher); her daughter, Nancy Meriwether Lewis; and two grandchildren, Bolling Lewis ’24 and Anne Lewis ’27. She is also survived by her nephew, William Russell Jones III.

1939

DIED: Farrell Stubs Laughlin on March 4, 2015. She graduated with a BS from the Richmond Professional Institute of the College of William & Mary. She worked for the Veteran’s Administration and Exxon International. She was a longtime resident of Florida, having lived in both Coral Gables and New Smyrna Beach. She was predeceased by her husband of 30 years, C.H. “Link” Laughlin, and her brother, William R. Stubs. She is survived by her older brother, John A. Stubs, Jr.

1955

Susan Durham recently moved to The Cypress of Charlotte, a retirement community in Charlotte, NC. She says she never knew daily life could be so easy! The grounds at The Cypress, the Clubhouse, new and old friends close by, the lovely atmosphere everywhere and wonderful food on the five-page menu all cause little need for adjustment! She says the only difficult aspect was downsizing for the move – but how nice to have that over and done! Over the summer, Susan visited Litchfield Beach in Pawleys Island, SC, with close friends. She has


Museum and others in Colorado, and innumerable private collections. Joly is survived by her husband, Dr. Ira J. Kowal, her sister, Pat Duesberry Washko ’66, stepdaughters Rebekah Kowal and Jessica Kowaland and grandchildren Lucinda and Arno Harden and Noah and Isaac Bullwinkle.

1966 Wendy Galston Gold ’68’s family celebrated the marriage of her daughter on Nov. 14, 2015. Pictured are James Gold, Wendy Gold ’68, Eric Geller, Abby Gold Geller and Amy Gold.

Collegiate friends got together in May to celebrate their 65th birthdays. Pictured are Franny Simpson Powell ’69, Stuart Carr Weismiller ’69, Linda Carr Corbin ’69, Lindsay Burn Wortham ’69, Beth Burn Joosten ’71 and Wheatie Hyman Gibb ’69.

plans for days in the mountains this fall and hopefully another cruise this winter. She always loves her trips back to Virginia and attended the graduation this spring of one of her great-nephews from the University of Virginia, as well as a few days in Richmond visiting lifelong friends for great catch-up times together!

1956

DIED: Ashby Dunn Scott on July 22, 2016. At Collegiate, she was a member of the Glee Club and the Gold Team. She was also chairman of the Cafeteria Committee and a Gift and Welfare Committee

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representative. Ashby received a BA in elementary education from Converse College. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Rockingham, NC. She dedicated her life to her family and fought a long and courageous battle with multiple sclerosis. Ashby was preceded in death by her husband, Legrand Thurman Scott. She is survived by her daughters, Mardi Scott Smith and Jane Scruggs; five grandchildren, Mariah Smith Buyers, Chelsea Smith, Charles Scruggs, Legrand Scruggs and Ashby Scruggs; and two great-grandchildren, Kinsley and John Beverly.

DIED: Joly Duesberry on Aug. 5, 2016, of pancreatic cancer. At Collegiate, she sang in the Glee Club, was vice president of French Club and was a member of Latin Club and Science Club. She was also a Match representative. After graduating from Smith College, she earned a master’s degree from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University. Joly was a landscape painter who received a Woodrow Wilson scholarship and a National Endowment for the Arts grant. Her work resides in museums in New York, Maine, Virginia, California, Denver Art

50th Reunion

It’s not too late to join us as we celebrate our 50th Reunion with classmates during the weekend of Nov. 4–5, 2016. Plans include the annual Oyster Roast at Tuckahoe Plantation, our class luncheon at School, the football game vs. St. Christopher’s and a special dinner/cocktail celebration on Saturday evening. We hope to see you!

1968

Abigail Suzanne Gold, daughter of James and Wendy Galston Gold, was married to Eric Leigh Geller on Nov. 14, 2015, in New York City. Wendy writes, “Abby was honored to wear the Stevens/Purcell family veil. Riker and Ginny Stevens Purcell were there to celebrate with us.”

1969

Bryce Powell was recently featured in Richmond Times-Dispatch’s Homes section for his work as a residential developer. He is president of Midlothian Enterprises and has developed more than 2,600 lots in 16 communities over the course of his career. Instead of churning out houses, though, Bryce prefers to focus on the architectural and landscaping details of his communities. His business partner, James Schnell, helps with the architectural standards. Midlothian Enterprises’ communities include Mooreland Commons, Randolph Square and The Meadows at Joe Brooke Farm.

1970

DIED: Alvaro Faubel Frauendorff on March 30, 2016. He was an AFS student from Valencia, Spain, who lived with the Pinnell family (Bucky Pinnell and Anne Pinnell Harper ’65). At Collegiate, he played soccer. He went on to become CEO of Natra, an international corporation founded by his father. He was also CEO of Torre Oria, a division of

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CLASS NOTES Natra specializing in wines and cavas. In addition to being an outstanding and well-respected businessman and winemaker, Alvaro had many hobbies and interests including photography and riding his Harley Davidson. He was devoted to his family and so proud of his three grown children – Alvaro, Jr., Alberto and Alicia.

1971

45th Reunion

Beth Burn Joosten writes, “I recently finished sailing in the Mac Race (from Chicago to Mackinac Island – 333 miles, 326 boats – the oldest annual freshwater distance race in the world). I started a new business three years ago – patient advocacy and helping individuals/families get the support needed when independence is lost due to age, illness or injury. My son Riely lives in Chicago; daughter Taylor lives in Seattle and son Hunter lives in Dayton.”

1972

I

thought members of the Class of ’75 might get a kick out of this story of a traveling scarecrow pin (pictured above, with notes about whose turn it is to bring to reunion), which made the trip back and forth between two alums on the occasion of our reunions. The story goes like this:

Beth Jones Geraghty ’75 and I were close friends all through our years at Collegiate. She gave me the fancy scarecrow pin for my birthday in probably about 6th Grade. I can still see it in its gift box, nestled on a bed of cotton, ‘emerald’ eyes sparkling. We thought it was the greatest thing ever! I have no idea why, but I kept that pin over the years in my jewelry drawer, moving it from house to house as I journeyed through adulthood. As our 25th reunion approached, I decided to bring Beth the pin so we could have a laugh, and suggested she bring it back to me at the next reunion. Beth gave it to me for our 30th, I brought it back for the 35th, and then last fall, she brought it to me for our 40th. Seeing the scarecrow pin still sends us into uncontrollable laughter that these two 6th Graders thought the pin would be such a fashion statement so many years ago. Now it will be my turn to bring it to her for our 45th! – Katie Oates Nixon ’75

In June, Beth Watlington Marchant won first prize in Plein Air Richmond’s “Fast and Fresh” competition, which took place in Carytown. DIED: Skipper Baker on May 4, 2016. At Collegiate, he was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, played soccer and ran cross country. He graduated from Hampden-Sydney College and The Executive Program at University of Virginia. He also completed a mini-MBA program at University of Richmond. Skipper was president of Baker Equipment Company, founded by his grandfather in 1919. He also was president of Baker Electromotive, which he founded in 1995. He was a member of the Bull and Bear Club, the Commonwealth Club and the Country Club of Virginia. He was also a member of Christian Presidents Group and Second Baptist Church. He loved spending time with his family at Virginia Beach, The Lago Mar Resort and Wintergreen Resort. He is survived by his wife, MaryLee Baker; his children, Glen Baker ’02, Anne Baker Bibee ’04 and Chris Timmons ’70 attended the graduation of his son, Russell Adam Baker ’07; grandchildren, Oliver Timmons ’10, from U.S. Air Force flight school on Aug. 30, 2015. Bibee and Miles Bibee; and sister SherRussell earned a mathematics degree (with distinction) from VMI ryll Anne Baker Pace. in 2014 and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force at that time.

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Evelyn “Evie” Marie Kinnard, granddaughter of Nancy Randall Mackey ’75, was born Jan. 8, 2016.


In April, Eileen Blackwood was part of a Burlington Free Press article discussing a gender gap in the city leadership of Burlington, VT. She is Burlington’s first female city attorney. The City Council has equal gender representation and women outnumber men on the School Board but only five of 16 mayor-appointed department heads are women.

1978

John Billingsley ’76’s 4 × 200 relay team was the national Masters champion in 2015. Pictured are Jimmy Bruce, Will Boylan, John Billingsley and Marshall Ray.

Leigh Dobbins Johnson hosted a Class of ’78 Girls’ Night earlier this year. Leigh reports: “It was a blast. Some of us hadn’t seen each other in almost 40 years and, well, that’s pretty sad, but we had so much fun catching up. I’m incredibly proud of my smart, funny, self-deprecating and interesting classmates. Rallying together to support and renew friendships was the real gift of the evening. Not to mention the fact that I ended up with a few extra bottles of wine and some delicious leftover appetizers and desserts. Here’s to a great, unofficial reunion! Looking forward to the real thing in 2018.”

1973

Lyn Graybill has a book being published by University of Notre Dame Press in January 2017 – Religion, Tradition, and Reconciliation in Sierra Leone.

1975

Nancy Randall Mackey’s first granddaughter, Evelyn “Evie” Marie Kinnard was born on Jan. 8, 2016. “So happy to be able to join the grandparents club!!”

1976

40th Reunion

John Billingsley writes, “I am branch chief of the pricing division at DLA-Aviation. Our son Jay was married on March 19 to Jilyan Austin. Both Jay and Jilyan graduated from Wingate School of Pharmacy and work for Walgreens in Hickory, NC. I try to still run and am the president of the Pony Express Track club here in Richmond. In March of 2015, I was fortunate enough to run with three of my teammates on the National Championship 4 × 200 Relay for men 55–59 years old. We were later told our time was the second fastest in American history for our age group. I am too busy to see many of our classmates, but look forward to catching up with everyone at the reunion in November.”

Girls from the Class of ’78 reunited earlier this year. Some of the celebrants: Terry Kramer Crosby, Barbie Duff, Mary Stuart Alexander Crowley, Julie Jackson Strange, Carolyn Levey Winks, Scott McMullan, Leigh Dobbins Johnson, DeeDee Saunders White, Lewis Cardwell Rosebro, Claiborne Scott Mason, Paula Billingsley Harrison and Alice Treanor Baker. Not pictured: Jane Shannon Newman.

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In February 2016, Jimmy and Patricia Hobson Hunter ’80, George Woltz ’80 and his wife, Cynthia, and Michael Condyles ’80 and his wife, Kim, went on a sailing trip around the British Virgin Islands and the four Cougars posed for this picture at a local watering hole. “We were intrigued by the T-shirt above us that says ‘It’s a great day to be a Cougar.’”

1981

35th Reunion

Earlier this year, Kim Nguyen was named associate director of the Virginia Council of Private Education. Catherine Nolley Triantis is a Realtor with TTR Sotheby’s International Realty helping clients in DC, Maryland and Virginia. Her husband, Alex, is now Dean of the R.H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland.

1982

DIED: Emily Erickson Smith on Feb. 20, 2016. At Collegiate, she helped establish the first girls’ softball team and was a member of the AFS Committee and the Pep Club. Emily received a BS in biology from Guilford College and earned a second BS from VCU School of Nursing. She practiced as an RN at

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the UVA Burn Center in Charlottesville and in Australia, where she and her husband raised their sons. She grew up a member of First Presbyterian Church in Richmond, was a camper and counselor at Camp Alleghany and became a decorated golfer at Keperra Golf Club in Brisbane, Australia. Emily sealed her love for the country by gaining Australian citizenship in 2010. She is survived by her husband, Cameron Smith; her sons, Denton ’13 and Lauchlan Smith; her parents, Dick and Sally Smith; and her brother, David Erickson ’86.

1983

Andy Schneider writes, “Proud father reporting from North Carolina: My son Joel started his first year at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, this summer. Following four years at the Academy, there is a five-year commitment to serve as a Naval officer. Bradley is in his senior year at Princeton. We are now officially empty nesters! Nancy has started

her own tutoring business: www.arborroadacademy. com. Go Navy!”

1984

Sarah Paxton writes, “This year, on my 50th birthday in February, my husband Andy Thornton handed over the title of President of LaDiff to me so he could ostensibly spend less time at work. His new title is ‘Founder & Flunkey.’ Also, after being a member of the Board of Directors of the Retail Merchants Association since 1999, I was named the chairman (person) of the board this year. I followed fellow Cougar alum James Hatcher ’80 who was RMA’s chair for 2014 and 2015. Our Think. Shop.Buy.Local campaign is one of our most important initiatives, encouraging consumers to think about the impact their local merchants make on the community whenever they make a purchase.” See Page 141 for more on Sarah.


1985

Cledus Jeremiah Jones and the Spirit Bones, a band lead by Ted Pettus, released an album earlier this year. The album features music that crosses from old spiritual to new blues, and even into John Prine territory. Learn more about The Odyssey of Cledus Jeremiah Jones at cledusjeremiahjones.com. According to a press release, “Most weekdays, Jones creator Ted Pettus can be found lecturing Emory medical students on anatomy and cell biology. Pettus is easily recognized by his funky tie-dyed T-shirts and a head full of long frizzy hair. Pettus has made several trips to Dharamsala, India, the home of the Dalai Lama, to teach western medical science in an ongoing exchange between Tibetan and western medical schools.”

1986

30th Reunion

Thanks for sending in Reunion updates – keep ’em coming! Barbara Hughes Earp: “I’m an attorney specializing in criminal defense, traffic and family law matters (divorce, custody, adoption, etc.). I have two sons who keep me busy in PTA, as team mom and as a cub scout den leader. We live in Varina.” Richard Grinnan: “Kids both at Collegiate (Ellie Grace is a 2nd Grader; Kaitlyn is a Kindergartner); Beth is helping out at Collegiate in a couple different capacities. I have been at Markel Corporation since July 2012 and General Counsel since May 2014. We recently completed a house move in the same neighborhood.” In March, the Virginia General Assembly elected Mary Bennett Malveaux to the state Court of Appeals. In 2011, she became the first AfricanAmerican woman to serve full time as a Henrico County General District Court Judge. She was chief judge before moving to the Court of Appeals. Eleanor Paxton Nurney: “I spend most of my time keeping up with my kids and I love it. My daughter, Jordan, just graduated from James River HS in June; my son, Jake, is a rising junior. Both are doing great. I love keeping up with them and spending as much time with them as possible. I work part time as a fitness instructor with SEAL Team Physical Training, Inc. in Richmond. I also maintain my license as a Professional Counselor and Certified Employee Assistance Professional, though I am not practicing at this time. William and I have been married for 24 years and have lived in Chesterfield County for most of that, not far from where my parents still live.

I have fun hanging out with my family, working out with SEAL Team, running the trails in Richmond with good friends, doing crossword puzzles and being with my silly dogs.” Westray Bunn Veasey: “I was in private practice of law for 15 years, now in-house counsel for a regional trust company/wealth management firm. My husband owns a performance (read “for athletes”) skin care company. We had two boys within 20 months in 2005–06 and I stopped working for five years then, returning to work in 2010. My mother, Mary Bunn Woodard, and her husband moved from Richmond to Raleigh in 2012 so there’s no longer any residence in Richmond! All parents and step-parents are living and healthy. My brother, Turner Bunn, is living in NC with twin girls, age 10.” Rebecca Kidwell Wetherly: “I lead a busy, productive and happy life. Alexandria, VA, has been home for all of my adult years, where we are raising our family and have firmly established roots. My daughter, Sarah, is a senior at Bishop Ireton HS (BI) with plans to pursue a career in nursing. Her college search is well underway with a focus on southern schools. James is a sophomore at BI and is an avid and talented basketball player. He is pursuing collegiate level play, so much of our family time is spent

in gyms and on the court year-round supporting his passion for the game. My husband of 19 years, Jim, is an engineer with the FAA and has done great work with many programs supporting our national air space. He is an avid bass guitar player and has amassed an amazing collection of guitars. I work for Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a principal sales executive calling on leading aerospace and defense companies. The last four years have been a wild ride as corporate adoption of the AWS public cloud has taken off. I am blessed with a fantastic career! During my free time I am almost always volunteering and fundraising for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Cross-Training Athletes into Believers (CTAB), AAU basketball and the Bishop Ireton HS Mothers’ Club.”

1987

Louise Reed recently opened The Bicycle Stop at 4917 Grove Avenue in Richmond. The store sells various kinds of bottled water, local honey, smoothie ingredients and foods made without refined sugar. The building is also home to her accounting practice, which specializes in taxes for companies making less than $5 million in revenue.

Scott Sutton ’83, Dave Schools ’83 and Patrick Henry ’90 caught up after Dave’s side band, The Hard Working Americans, played a show at The National in Richmond on May 21, 2016.

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Eleanor Bruce White, daughter of Catey Thomson White ’97, was born July 26, 2015.

Peter Hopewell ’91 retired from the Army on Dec. 31, 2015. Pictured are Jack, Liz, Erin and Pete during the retirement ceremony.

Lucille “Lucy” Dorothy McGehee (pictured with brother Behle Vaughan), daughter of Kristan Schaaf McGehee ’97, was born on May 12, 2016.

Pete Sanders, former Upper School Assistant Head, caught up with Jake Cluverius ’95 in April. Pete, who is now Upper School Director at Christ Church Episcopal School writes, “Jake went to Clemson and stayed in SC. He and his wife and child live in Greenville. She is an attorney and he is with Raymond James. Jake is another example of a Cougar who, in spite of my teaching or coaching, went on to a fruitful life.”

Anne Hunter Smith Myers and Brooke Purcell, both Class of ’97 and former Collegiate cross country/track athletes, shared a moment together after they completed the 2016 Boston Marathon on April 18, 2016.


The river home of Danny MacNelly ’92 and his family was featured in the June 2016 issue of Dwell magazine.

1991

25th Reunion

Sara Schoolwerth Donahue writes, “After a long career (10+ years) working in outdoor education with the North Carolina Outward Bound School, I returned to graduate school (University of Maryland, Baltimore) to receive my MSW at the School of Social Work. I went on to pursue my clinical license and am now in my 11th year of working as a school social worker and as a therapist for children, adolescents and families with a private clinical practice. Mark Donahue and I were married in September 2004 and we presently live in southern Vermont. Mark is also a clinical social worker. We continue to enjoy the outdoors (Mark and I met while working at Outward Bound), time with our children and family. My parents live 20 minutes from us on a lake in NH and my sister, Katie Schoolwerth Gustafson ’96, is not far in Marlborough, MA. My brother, Piet Schoolwerth ’89, lives and works as an artist in Brooklyn. Life is good. Wish I could make it to the reunion! Have a great time.”

LTC Peter Hopewell retired on Dec. 31, 2015, after 20 years in the Army (along with nine PCS moves, four combat tours and five different schools for the kids). After taking a few months off to be with his family, play “stay at home soccer dad” and grow a beard, he started back to work with the FBI this summer. Katie Remick Kurtz writes, “I have now been living in Telluride, CO, for 20 years!!! I will always have a special place in my heart for Richmond and my high school friends! I love coming back to visit. It would be nice to see some of you out in Telluride! It’s a beautiful place to play in winter and summer!” Larkin Rogers Mehta started a new job this summer. In April, her family visited Seattle, WA, and Vancouver/Victoria, BC. They are heading to New Zealand in November. Lindsey Sutton writes, “Got my doctorate a few years ago in nurse anesthesia. Currently working at St. Mary’s Hospital. My oldest just graduated middle school and my middle daughter graduated elementary.”

1992

Tim Hickey and Craig Suro are the founders of Tangier Island Oyster Co., an aqua-farming operation that seeks to draw attention to the cultural value of Virginia’s Tangier Island, which was recently added to the Virginia Oyster Trail. The company works with local watermen to tend to oysters growing in the Tangier Sound. In Richmond, the company’s oysters can be found at Shagbark, Rice’s Northern Neck Oyster & Seafood Co. food truck and occasionally Rappahannock Restaurant. Danny MacNelly’s river house in Scottsville, VA, was featured in the June 2016 issue of Dwell magazine. Overlooking the James River, the property has three cabins built in 2013 as a getaway for Danny, his wife, Katie, and their three children: Ed ’28, Frank ’25 and Jake ’24. Danny and Katie run ARCHITECTUREFIRM in Richmond.

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EXPERIENCE DESIGNER CREATES BRAIN GAME A

s a design student at Cornell University, Frankie Abralind ’96 used to doodle in the margins of his notebooks. He’d draw shapes and write down all the items they could represent. “A square could be a sugar cube, a window, a keyboard button,” he said. “A circle might be a hula hoop, a coin, a pancake, an orbit. It fascinated me how long the lists could get.” Those college drawings have since evolved into the game BrainSpin, licensed to Winning Moves, a Hasbro company, and released at the 2016 Toy Fair in New York City. Popular on Amazon and Barnes & Noble, BrainSpin is now in its third printing. “I think a big reason for its success is the ease of explaining it,” Abralind said. “You can literally be playing a round 30 seconds after you first open it. Also, it’s a game where you feel like you win even if you lose.” Outside of his current role as an experience designer at the Innovation Hub at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington, D.C., Abralind participates in a part performance art, part journalism, part street psychology project called Free Custom Poetry. He and a guest poet sit along the National Mall and create original poems for passersby. “It’s an incredible experience, every time, to have strangers open up to me and trust me with their stories,” Abralind said. “I like to think that I’m helping them understand their own lives in some small way.” Recently, Abralind brought Steve Mann, his 11th Grade English teacher at Collegiate. “He’s the guy who taught me to appreciate literature and poetry,” Abralind said. “I was so honored that he accepted my invitation. We had a terrific time.”

1994

Joshua Lynne co-created the logo for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, broadcast by NBC and held Aug. 5–21. He also designed the logo for The Late Late Show with James Corden and the title sequence for the NBC drama The Slap.

1997

BORN : Eleanor Bruce White to Catey Thomson White and husband Scott on July 26, 2015. She joins big brother Ford, 2. Lucille “Lucy” Dorothy McGehee to Kristan Schaaf McGehee and husband Greg on May 12, 2016. Brother Behle Vaughan is taking his big brother role very seriously.

1998

Reid Whitten writes, “In March I was named as a partner in the international law firm of Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton. I am now resident in Brussels, Belgium, but split time between the Brussels and Washington, DC offices. Hope all is well back in Richmond. Can’t wait for a visit soon.” MARRIED: Melanie Gray to Daniel Ladnier on May 14, 2016. Her brother John Gray ’97 was in attendance. DIED: Philip “Flip” Morrissette on Apr. 1, 2016, after having suffered complications from diabetes. At Collegiate, he was a member of the Technology Club, the Earth Society and the German Club. He also ran track, receiving the Coach’s Award. Flip received bachelor’s degrees in history and political science from Hampden-Sydney College, where he was a member of Society of ’91. A devoted Boy Scout, he earned the rank of Eagle Scout and became an Eagle mentor, serving as counselor and staff member at Philmont Scout Ranch. He was a member of the Scouting’s National Honor Society Order of the Arrow. Flip was a master mason and an American Red Cross CPR Instructor. He is survived by his parents, Patsy and Phil Morrissette ’68; sister, Catherine Morrissette Baldridge ’00 and her husband, Tyson; sister Elizabeth Morrissette Bryant ’00 and her husband, Brick; nieces, Tinsley and Clarke; and nephew, Warren.

1999

Leah Batten received her doctorate in physical therapy (DPT) from Virginia Commonwealth University

Frankie Abralind ’96 writes custom poetry with former Collegiate 11th Grade English teacher Steve Mann.

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this May. She was accepted into the VCU Neurological Residency Program which began in August. Leah will be splitting her year working for VCU Health System and Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Hospitals. The program focuses on rehabilitation of patients who have suffered from stroke, brain and spinal cord injury, as well as chronic movement disorders including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and much more. She hopes to focus her career in inpatient pediatric neuro rehab post-residency. MARRIED: Jon Stanewick to Jill Jaquith on Oct. 25, 2014. BORN: Jonathan Edward Plucinski to Leslie Beach Plucinski and husband Michael. He joins brothers Michael and James. Leslie writes, “My husband is now a Major in the USMC. We are currently stationed in North Carolina where he is an instructor pilot, training others to fly the Harrier. I work part time as a trade promotion excellence consultant for consumer goods companies throughout the US. I am also a founding member on the board of directors of a play-based, cooperative preschool here in North Carolina – the first of its kind in the area!”

Jon Stanewick ’99 married Jill Jaquith on Oct. 25, 2014. Fellow Cougars in attendance were Kristian Middleton, Wick Ruehling, Corey Humphrey, Rob Douglas, Chris Preston, Frankie Lopez and Raman Sidhu (all ’99). Photo by Rutsen Eagle ’99.

2000

Alton Lane, the custom menswear company founded by Peyton Jenkins, recently opened a location in Nashville’s Edgehill Village. Visit www.altonlane.com for more information.

Melanie Gray ’98 married Daniel Ladnier on May 14, 2016. Pictured are Bill Gray, Deb Gray (former Collegiate Kindergarten teacher), Melanie Gray Ladnier, Daniel Ladnier, Erin Gray, John Gray ’97 and (front row) Lucy, Addy, Tatum and Millie Gray. Leah Batten ’99 (pictured with mother Dr. Patricia A. Moss ’69) received her doctorate in physical therapy from Virginia Commonwealth University this past May.

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Jacob Groopman ’00 married Melody Walker on April 2, 2016.

MARRIED: Jacob Groopman to Melody Walker on April 2, 2016. The wedding took place in Martinez, CA (Melody’s hometown), and was attended by friends and family including classmate Kagey Parrish! BORN: Coleman Beowulf “Beo” Jakesch to Liz Cross Jakesch and husband Simon on Oct. 20, 2015. Pippin, 4, is loving her new role as a big sister.

2001

15th Reunion

In June, Ned Kelly and his family – Lia, Jane, 4, and Edward, 2 – moved to England as Ned began a posting at U.S. Africa Command. The Kelly family has enjoyed three great years in Colorado Springs, CO, where Ned worked at NORAD-U.S. Northern Command, but is excited for their new overseas adventure. They hope fellow Cougars will come visit! Ethan Wirt was named to Venture Forum RVA’s Board of Directors. He is a founder of Hourwise, a platform that helps contractors with administrative tasks. MARRIED: Lucy Moore to Chris Hogsed on April 16, 2016. Sister Tayloe Moore Reeves ’98 was the matron of honor and Austin Scott Bader, Lizzy Cutchins Messick and Ambler Shuford ’02 were bridesmaids. Jeff Dunnington was an usher. Lucy and Chris live in Richmond where she is COO of The Frontier Project and he is an account manager for J.B. Hunt Transport Services. BORN: Ashby Grace Einwick to Hillary Ross Einwick and husband Charles on Jan. 6, 2016.

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Coleman Beowulf “Beo” Jakesch (pictured with sister Pippin), son of Liz Cross Jakesch ’00, was born Oct. 20, 2015.

In the past year, Richmond has landed on numerous “Top 10” or “Best” lists. U.S. News & World Report proclaimed it in the top “Best Places to Live in the USA.” Travel + Leisure ranked RVA “No. 3 on international list of Best Places to Travel.” Men’s Journal called the city the “modern cultural capital of the South.” National Geographic touted it as a “top destination for food travel.” –

Ashby Grace Einwick, daughter of Hillary Ross Einwick ’01, was born Jan. 6, 2016.

Giuliana Vranian to Michael Vranian and wife Danielle on April 28, 2016. They are currently living in Ohio where Michael recently finished his general cardiology fellowship at the Cleveland Clinic. Michael will be starting his advanced fellowship in heart failure and cardiac transplantation, also at the Cleveland Clinic, this year.

Here are five Collegiate Cougars — Kunal Shah ’00, David Cuttino ’90, Jay Carpenter ’90, David Shannon ’80 and Sarah Paxton ’84 — helping to boost our city’s profile.


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he letter “K” has been lucky for entre- Mid-Atlantic and Southeast, but have preneur Kunal Shah ’00. All of his seen their product as far away as Oregon, restaurants, salons and clubs begin with Wisconsin and Tennessee. Cuttino and the letter, including his latest project, Ka- Carpenter employ two other Collegiate bana, a joint venture between his compa- graduates: Lissie Stagg ’88 (business ny, LX Group, and Shamin Hotels. The development) and Jenny Courain ’90 full-service roof-top restaurant opened (sales). this past June in downtown Richmond and Reservoir’s growth extends to a tasting offers an oasis from the bustle of the city room, which opened in November 2015. with soaring views of the James River. “We focus on the customer experience “We wanted to create an escape,” Shah and if our spirits taste good,” Cuttino said. said. “When you come to the rooftop, you “People try them once and they’re like, appreciate Richmond, but you feel like ‘Wow.’ I would say 95% of people who try you’re in a different place.” them are repeat customers.” So far, Shah says, the response to Kabana has been overwhelming. n 2016, David Shannon ’80, chef and “We’re amazed at the support we’ve gotfounder of L’Opossum sur la Colline de ten,” he said. “We built this place for Richmond. With the food, the diversity, the art, L’Oregon, was a James Beard Foundation Best Chef Mid-Atlantic semi-finalist. Since the city is really exploding.” opening his Oregon Hill establishment in 2014, it has earned much acclaim, with t a Virginia Tech football tailgate, two Conde Nast Traveler calling L’Opossum Collegiate Cougars, David Cuttino one of the “10 Unmissable Restaurants in ’90 and Jay Carpenter ’90, decided they the American South” and Southern Living could produce a better product than the naming it one of the South’s best restauname-brand spirits they had on hand. So rants in 2015. while still working full-time jobs, the duo Shannon brings a wealth of experience started Reservoir Distillery in 2008. to his kitchen. A graduate of New England The distillery quickly made a name for Culinary Institute, he spent eight years itself when its rye whiskey won a presti- at The Inn at Little Washington where he gious double gold medal at the 2012 San worked in every capacity from garde manFrancisco World Spirits Competition. ger to executive sous chef. Shannon also “It was like winning the Kentucky Derby apprenticed for Daniel Bonnot at Restauwith a mule,” Cuttino said. rant de la Tour Eiffel in New Orleans; The mule transformed into a thorough- served as executive chef at The Ashby Inn bred. In 2013, Reservoir’s bourbon and in Paris, Virginia; chef at Helen’s, and chef/ wheat whiskey won double gold medals. owner at Dogwood Grille & Spirits. “It put us on the map,” Cuttino said. Today, in its Scott’s Addition location, chalk it up to genetics,” said Sarah Reservoir manufactures three types of Paxton ’84 of her career in retail. The spirits: wheat whiskey, rye whiskey and bourbon. They distribute throughout the president of LaDiff, who joined the modern furniture retailer in 1991, comes from a family of retailers. (Her grandfather owned a furniture store on Grace Street.) Now celebrating its 36th year, LaDiff has become a fixture in Rich-

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mond, providing contemporary furnishings, accessories and gifts to customers in the region. Paxton enjoys all aspects of the business, from advertising to buying to marketing. “Every day is something new,” she said. “I get to play with all parts of my brain and I keep learning, which I love.” Paxton also serves as chair of the Richmond Retail Merchants Association, an organization LaDiff has been part of since 1996. “I’ve gotten to meet icons in the Richmond retail world,” she said. “There’s a real sense of camaraderie. We all have the same successes and challenges.” Revamping LaDiff’s website sits high on Paxton’s to-do list. One aspect of the store will remain unchanged: its commitment to the Richmond community. The 22-employee operation often works with and contributes to area nonprofits and auctions. “Of course we want to remain true to being a local resource for contemporary furniture,” Paxton said. “But it’s all about being good corporate citizens.”

Sarah Paxton ’84 and husband Andrew Thornton

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CLASS NOTES

Ever Marell Childs (daughter of Kim Frazier Childs ’03), Jeffrey Whitfield “Chip” Congdon III (son of Molly Hickerson Congdon ’03 and Whit Congdon ’02) and Bailey Wiltshire Henry (daughter of Anne Wiltshire Henry ’03) had their first outing together in April at Maymont Park. All three were born during the same week in March.

John “Jack” Thomas Parrish, Jr., son of Jack Parrish ’03, was born Nov. 26, 2015.

Jacob Elliott Silverstein (pictured with sister Bailey), son of Christie Thalhimer Silverstein ’02, was born May 7, 2016.

2002

BORN: Jacob Elliott Silverstein to Christie Thalhimer Silverstein and husband Evan on May 7, 2016. He joins big sister Bailey, 2.

2003

Jackie Thompson Koenig’s painting business continues to grow. Her commissioned paintings include home and pet portraits and memorable landscapes. White Cap Designs, trucker-style hats that feature Jackie’s landscapes, have also gained a following. To learn more, visit www.jackiekoenigpainting.weebly.com. BORN: Ever Marell Childs to Kim Frazier Childs and husband Jordan on March 15, 2016. John “Jack” Thomas Parrish, Jr. to Jack Parrish and wife Frances on Nov. 26, 2015.

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Ever Marell Childs, daughter of Kim Frazier Childs ’03, was born March 15, 2016.

Chad Zalesiak recently graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a Master of Business Administration (MBA). Chad works for LaSalle Solutions, an equipment finance and asset management company. He and his wife Sarah live in Richmond. MARRIED: Johnny Clore to Melissa Kreppel on Dec. 19, 2015, in Buffalo, NY. Sisters Lennie Clore Chaisson ’99 and Sarah Clore Brown ’01 were among the bridesmaids. Johnny and Melissa live in Lawrenceville, NJ, where they both teach at The Lawrenceville School. Kimberly Spence to Thomas Oakley on July 16, 2016, at the Sanderling Resort in Duck, NC. He is an English instructor at the Des Moines Area Community College. Kim is a senior key account manager for Anheuser-Busch InBev. They reside in Waukee, IA.

BORN: Adeline Ann Mallory to Palen Powelson Mallory and husband Bryan on March 26, 2016.

2005

Sarah Gray Tullidge Innes changed jobs and started working at Thompson, Siegel and Walmsley in Richmond as the Regional Sales Director. MARRIED: Brendan Hanley to Ashley Byars on Oct. 17, 2015. Will Bruch, Devon Kelley, Ryan Mostrom, Jonathan Price ’06 and Thomas Price ’06 served as groomsmen. Sister Kate Hanley Mostrom was a bridesmaid and Tyler Smith ’06 was an usher. Brendan and Ashley live in Richmond where he works for Markel Corporation and is pursuing an executive MBA at the College of Williams & Mary and she works for Kat Liebschwager Interiors. Burch Hazelgrove to Justin Pope on April 2, 2016. Christina Merchant Carpenter and Ashley Davis


Young were bridesmaids. Burch and Justin live in Richmond with their chocolate lab, Woody. She is a 2nd Grade teacher in Henrico County and he is employed by Dominion. BORN: Thomas Stafford Feinberg to Katelyn Bowman Feinberg and husband Alex on Dec. 31, 2015. Charlotte “Charlie” Mackenzie Hooper to True Beck Hooper and husband Perry on Sept. 8, 2015. Hannah Lucille Wright to Ellen Beane Wright and husband Brian on May 3, 2016.

2006

10th Reunion

Thanks for sending in Reunion updates - keep ’em coming! Lauren Costello is finishing her research master’s in cultural analysis at University of Amsterdam. She’s writing about art, society and technology. Prior to that, she was living in New York working Johnny Clore ’04 married Melissa Kreppel on Dec. 19, 2015. Pictured are Peter Brown, Sarah Clore Brown ’01, as a strategist and producer in the creative/ Melissa Kreppel, Johnny Clore ’04, Lennie Clore Chaisson ’99 and Nate Chaisson. culture sector. Mason Davis: “I’ve been teaching tennis and running events, traveling and getting a puppy!” Jamie Dunn recently started a new job as an engagement specialist for AllyAlign Health. Brianna Whitaker Grocholski: “Life has been consumed with play dates, little leagues and PTO meetings for the most part. Additionally we spend time in the community, assisting the flood victims of WV recently, visiting elders for holidays at Little Sisters of the Poor or volunteering with the homeless. We Adeline Ann Mallory, daughter of Palen Powelson also spend our time investing in properties in Mallory ’04, was born March 26, 2016. addition to our careers in sales.” Since graduating from law school in 2013, Emily Melson Halliday has been working at True Beck Hooper ’05 and her husband Perry the law firm Jones Day in Washington, DC. welcomed Charlotte “Charlie” Mackenzie Hooper on She got married in August 2015. Sept. 8, 2015. Rilee Harman: “I graduated from the VCU Brandcenter in 2013 when my now wife, Ashley, and I moved to Cincinnati, OH, for two years. Ashley and I were married on Oct. 10, 2014, in Northern Virginia and moved back to Richmond in the summer of 2015.” Evan Kelly: “I spent five years after college living in Honolulu, HI, working with the US Pacific Command on cyber defense. Now I’m working with Palantir Technologies in DC on government data problems.” Lee Morck has been living between Hannah Lucille Wright, daughter of Ellen Beane Wright ’05, was born May 3, 2016. Richmond and Rincon, Puerto Rico, with Chuck McFall ’98 booking music and surfing. Katelyn Bowman Feinberg ’05 and her husband Alex welcomed Thomas Stafford Feinberg on Dec. 31, 2015.

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Kate Knisely ’06 married Derek Delay on April 30, 2016.

Laura Anderson ’07 married Nick Kirby on May 21, 2016.

2006 classmates Leslie Baggesen, Thea Childress Rist, Kate Knisely Delay, Chapin Hardy and Brianna Whitaker Grocholski reunited at Kate’s wedding in April.

Stephen Powelson is working as a mechanical engineer in the Bay Area. He got married, got a house and two dogs in the past year. Hannah Jones Proulx: “I’m working as a physician assistant in the ER at Wake Forest University Hospital, and my husband is doing his residency in emergency medicine at Wake Forest.” Ryan Smoot is married to Alicia Smoot. “Working in NASCAR doing business development for a few race teams. Mainly working with drivers Kurt Busch and Erik Jones. Also, top 3% ranked player on Draftkings/FanDuel for fun in my spare time.” MARRIED: Kate Knisely to Derek Michael Delay on April 30, 2016, at Harbour Town in South Carolina. They honeymooned in Thailand. Kate writes, “I also own Hilton Head Ice Cream. I bought a refurbished 1961 international metro ice cream truck and took it to events, fairs and festivals all summer!” Amanda Unger to Rob Bressin in April 2016. They moved from Richmond to Pittsburgh in summer 2015.

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2007

Rob Gorrell was named Athletic Director for Colleton Preparatory Academy in Walterboro, SC. He served as the head football and golf coach at Colleton for the 2015–16 school year. Before that, he was a math teacher and coach at Barnwell High School. Lindsay Haw is now the Lower School admission coordinator at the Cannon School, a JK–12 institution just outside of Charlotte. Henry Winslow launched Purry Stones, an e-commerce business selling crystal healing kits for pets. Harkening back to his childhood when the Winslow family sheltered several foster pets at a time, Henry understood just how susceptible animals can be to the energies of their surroundings. He created Purry Stones to give pet lovers a new way to enrich their relationships with their pets and to heal their pets’ physiological and emotional wounds, even without any metaphysical healing experience. Cougars receive 10% off at www.purrystones.com with code COUGAR10. MARRIED: Laura Anderson to Nick Kirby on May 21, 2016. Sister Catherine Anderson Gregory ’05 served as matron of honor and classmate Brooke Matson

was a bridesmaid. Laura and Nick live in Washington, DC, where she is a PhD candidate in clinical psychology at the University of Maryland and he is an associate at Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale & Dorr, LLP. Russell Wilson to Ciara Harris on July 6, 2016, in Liverpool, England.

2008

MARRIED: Lieutenant David Shuford, Jr., USMC to Mackenzie King on Aug. 26, 2015, shortly before reporting to his post at Camp Pendleton in California. Lt. Shuford commands an Infantry Platoon (Alpha Company, 1st Platoon, 1st Battalion, 4th Marines).

2009

Lizzie Grover’s interior design company Homee (formerly known as ZOOM Interiors) recently received funding from Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund and Sean Rad, the CEO of Tinder. Homee’s app helps users determine their design preferences and connects them with someone who creates a customized interior design plan. Customers can buy an entire room design or pick and choose which pieces they want. For more information, visit www.homeeapp.com.


Hudson is a happy customer of Purry Stones, a business launched by Henry Winslow ’07. See 2007 notes for details.

Mike Dowd ’07 worked with students from the Cochran Summer Economic Institute during a RAMPS (Ramp Access Made Possible by Students) build over the summer. Mike is an alum of CSEI and a founder of RAMPS who now serves on their board.

2010

Taylor Daniels was recently interviewed by the blog “Dancers of New York,” and he talks of his journey getting to Broadway. To read the full interview, visit www.dancersofny.com/blog/taylordaniels. In May, Ellen Hubbard traveled to San Diego with UVA’s Women’s Sailing Team for the College Women’s Nationals. This was the team’s first appearance at nationals. Ellen founded the Virginia Sailing Women’s Team during the 2013–14 school year and stays involved by occasionally coaching the group and traveling with them to competitions.

Rob Spratley and Alex Doherty, both Class of ’10, greeted Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Russell Wilson ’07 when Russell spoke at the Richmond Forum on April 2, 2016.

He graduated from Virginia in 2015 with a BS in architecture with minors in architectural history and historic preservation. He was president of his architecture class. Matson intends to start grad school in fall of 2017 pursuing a dual master’s in architecture and historic preservation. Peyton Spivey writes, “After two years splitting my time between the Surgical Intensive Care Unit at Henrico Doctors’ and the Evans-Haynes Burn Center at MCV, I am moving to Denver, CO, where I will attend the Denver School of Nursing. I will be graduating in March 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.”

David Shuford ’08 married Mackenzie King on Aug. 26, 2015.

Jake Ragsdale is a guide with Snake River Angler in Wyoming. The company (and Jake!) is featured in Google’s 2015 Economic Impact Report. The report includes state-by-state numbers of advertisers, publishers and non-profits who use Google to grow their businesses. To see more, visit www.google.com/ economicimpact and select Wyoming.

2011

5th Reunion

Matson Roberts is currently working in New York for John G. Waite Associates, the architects that just completed the restoration of the UVA Rotunda.

2012

Caroline Cheatham graduated from James Madison University in May and recently began her nursing career on the acute care pediatric floor at VCU. Michael Grappone completed his fourth year at the California Institute of Technology as a board member of the school’s chapter of Tau Beta Pi and graduated with a BS in mechanical engineering and an MS in geophysics. After a brief return to Schlumberger for another summer in Salt Lake City, he recently began his PhD in geophysical engineering at the University of Liverpool as a Norman scholar. In March, Claiborne Haw was featured in a Clemson University news story that highlighted her decision to enrich her college experience by getting involved in activities outside of the classroom. Through internships, study abroad, involvement in

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CLASS NOTES Vina I. Brooks, mother of Susan Brooks Wyman ’68, Jae Brooks ’72, Linda Brooks Talley ’78 and Scott Brooks ’80, died April 11, 2016. Madeline P. Brown, mother of Mark Brown ’84, died April 14, 2016. Robert “Bob” Burge, father of Walker Burge ’11, died June 10, 2016. Kathleen B. Cabell, mother of Roy Cabell ’68 (deceased), Charles Cabell ’70 and Katie Cabell Taylor ’71 and grandmother of Lauren Belk Neal ’00, Kathleen Belk Doffermyre ’02 and Sam Belk ’05, died April 3, 2016. Carolyn Mitchell ’12 works as a circus instructor and performer with Club Med.

campus organizations and positions of leadership, Claiborne gained valuable skills that helped her land a job at IBM. She graduated from Clemson in May and started at IBM in July. Carolyn Mitchell writes, “I’ve recently graduated from the University of Virginia, and started a new job as a circus instructor and performer with Club Med! I teach the flying trapeze daily, and perform trapeze and aerials four nights a week. This was actually my senior project – an intern for a trapeze school. It’s working out well for me!”

2016

Sawyer Gaffney spent his summer playing for the Richmond Kickers professional soccer team. He made one appearance as goalkeeper during a game against the Charlotte Independence. Sawyer was part of the Richmond United Academy team which allowed him to play for the Kickers until he began his collegiate soccer career at Davidson this fall. In July, the Kickers honored Sawyer with the 2016 Avery Spence Youth Community Service Award. He received the award based on criteria including exemplary volunteer involvement, commitment, leadership and athletic and academic achievements.

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Our condolences are offered to these Collegiate families. Rosalie S. Alvis, mother of Teresa Alvis Given ’82, Kevin Alvis ’84 and Lindsey Alvis Melvin ’88 and grandmother of Frances Melvin ’18, Ben Melvin ’20, Griffin Alvis ’20 and Coley Alvis ’22, died April 28, 2016. Sherry T. Andrews, mother of Andy Andrews ’75, Liza Andrews Richardson ’76 and Jamie Andrews ’79 and grandmother of Taylor Richardson ’05, Matthew Richardson ’07, Robert Richardson ’10 and Sarah Richardson ’13, died March 14, 2016. Joseph “Skipper” G. Baker, Jr. ’72, father of Glen Baker ’02, Anne Baker Bibee ’04 and Adam Baker ’07, died May 4, 2016.

William A. Chavent, father of Annie Chavent ’07, died April 22, 2016. Edna E. P. Chewning, former staff, mother of John Chewning ’68 (deceased) and Bev Chewning Harris ’74, mother-in-law of Lower School teacher Blair Chewning and grandmother of Craig Chewning ’94, Cameron Chewning Stockner ’97 and Tyler Harris ’07, died March 19, 2016. J. Harwood Cochrane, former trustee and father of Jimmy Cochrane ’71, grandfather of Amy Gilman Remke ’78, Chris Gilman ’82 and Anne Gail Gilman Jennings ’88 and great-grandfather of Justin Schruijer ’17, died July 25, 2016. Walter W. Craigie, former trustee and father of Anne Craigie O’Hearne ’78 and Frannie Craigie Fitzgerald ’81, died March 3, 2016. Clark V. Daly, father of Jeff Daly ’77 and Chris Daly ’79 and grandfather of Chris Daly ’08, died June 11, 2016.

William “Bill” C. Boinest, husband of Jane Finegan Boinest ’50, father of Pem Boinest Hall ’75 and Page Boinest Melton Ivie ’79 and grandfather of Kate Hall ’04, Janie Hall ’11, Hopie Melton ’18 and Nell Melton ’20, died June 23, 2016.

Virginia Anne J. Dobbins, mother of Anne Dobbins Brasfield ’65, Howard Dobbins ’69 (deceased) and Leigh Dobbins Johnson ’78, grandmother of Randall Heilig ’90, Mollie Heilig Storey ’92, Carter Crenshaw ’06 and Liza Crenshaw ’10 and greatgrandmother of Lucy Storey ’22 and Daisy Storey ’23, died Aug. 3, 2016.

Cameron R. Bost, brother of Valerie Bost Santillo ’92, died Aug. 3, 2016.

Joly Duesberry ’62, sister of Pat Duesberry Washko ’66, died Aug. 5, 2016.


James “Buddy” C. Harlan, father of Jim Harlan ’76 and Sally Harlan Bryson ’79, died March 15, 2016. Charles “Chuck” R. Henry, father of Mike Henry ’84 and Patrick Henry ’90 and grandfather of Jack Henry ’22, died June 8, 2016.

John L. Stultz, husband of former science teacher Burrell Stultz and father of Lisa Stultz Moore ’77 (deceased), died March 13, 2016. JoAnn Sullivan, former faculty and mother of Kim Sullivan Heartwell ’73, Leslie Sullivan Englander ’76 and Rebecca Sullivan Cox ’80, died May 7, 2016.

Barbara D. Jones, mother of Sagle Jones Purcell ’94 and grandmother of Addison Purcell ’26 and Tee Purcell ’28, died March 5, 2016.

Peter N. Swisher, father of Stephie Swisher ’05, died June 15, 2016.

Marilyn “Tish” D. Keppel, former faculty and mother of Deans Keppel ’67, Ernie Keppel ’70, Margot Keppel Fritts ’70 and Mark Keppel ’72, died March 26, 2016.

Anne S. P. Waldbauer, mother of Dutch Waldbauer ’77 and Pete Waldbauer ’81 and grandmother of Isabel Waldbauer ’19 and Otto Waldbauer ’21, died Feb. 27, 2016.

Frank G. Louthan, Jr., father of Lynn Louthan Slabaugh ’65 and grandfather of Katie Hill ’93, died April 12, 2016.

Elizabeth F. Wasserot, mother of Barry Purcell ’92 and grandmother of Addison Purcell ’26, Tee Purcell ’28, Jack Purcell ’27 and Ellie Purcell ’29, died March 20, 2016.

Martha B. Miller, mother of Bart Miller ’79 and Bruce Miller ’82, died April 8, 2016. W. Philip “Flip” Morrissette IV ’98, son of Phil Morrissette ’68 and brother of Catherine Morrissette Baldridge ’00 and Elizabeth Morrissette Bryant ’00, died April 1, 2016. Heth Owen, Jr., father of Heth Owen ’78, died July 3, 2016. Lavinia P. Parker, mother of Roy Parker ’73 and Raymond Parker ’77, died July 2, 2016. Shirley W. Patteson, former faculty and mother of Anne Patteson Franklin ’84 and Elizabeth Patteson ’86, died June 6, 2016. John W. Roberts, former trustee and father of Nancy Roberts Pope ’59 (deceased), Joan Roberts Cates ’63 and John Roberts ’69, died June 14, 2016. Henry P. Royster, father of Hap Royster ’80 and grandfather of Katie Nelson Maddux ’94, Emily Nelson Lamb ’97, Jay Nelson ’02 and Virginia Young ’10, died March 1, 2016. Emily Erickson Smith ’82, mother of Denton Smith ’13 and sister of David Erickson ’86, died Feb. 20, 2016.

Charles “Jed” P. Wilson, father of Beth Wilson Poe ’68, stepfather of Holly Schmidt Fairlamb ’82 and grandfather of Laura Fairlamb ’19 and Olivia Fairlamb ’22, died July 26, 2016. George L. Yowell, former trustee and father of Ginger Yowell Sheppard ’88, Lacy Yowell Ould ’89 (deceased) and Mary Lucy Yowell ’95, died June 19, 2016. ALUMNI Lillian Cabell Gay ’32 Rosa Batte Hodges McLaughlin ’36 Nancy Allen Cann Purcell ’36 Nancy Rose Creath Lewis ’38 Frances Farrell Stubs Laughlin ’39 Maria Ashby Moncure Dunn Scott ’56 Joellyn Toler Duesberry ’62 Alvaro Faubel Frauendorff ’70 Joseph Glenwood Baker, Jr. ’72 Emily Culver Erickson Smith ’82 William Philip Morrissette IV ’98 FORMER FACULTY & STAFF Edna E. P. Chewning, registrar and secretary to the Head of the Boys School, died March 19, 2016. Marilyn “Tish” Deans Keppel, Town School French teacher, died March 26, 2016.

Nancy Creath Lewis ’38, Town School Kindergarten teacher, died April 25, 2016. Shirley W. Patteson, science teacher and Match advisor, died June 6, 2016. Geneva Hughes Setien, science teacher, died July 10, 2016. JoAnn Sullivan, 1st Grade teacher and Lower School reading specialist, died May 7, 2016. FORMER TRUSTEES J. Harwood Cochrane Walter W. Craigie John W. Roberts George L. Yowell

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OUR NEW SCHOOL YEAR Another school year begins at Collegiate and with it comes the rituals and traditions we hold close to our hearts.

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PARTING WORDS This is a celebration of Collegiate. - ALEX SMITH ’65

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n Sept. 18, the Collegiate community gathered for An Evening to Honor Alex Smith on his Retirement. During the event, Mr. Smith addressed the 500 attendees saying he was “honored to be honored.” He thanked colleagues and donors who shared the journey with him and “helped me help Collegiate.” He thanked his family, most notably his wife Gail about whom he said, “We have a love story that has no equal.” And Mr. Smith thanked Mr. Malcolm U. Pitt, Jr. who, he said, gambled on him three times, first when he

admitted him as a student in 1961, then when he hired him as a teacher and coach and finally when he entrusted Collegiate’s development efforts to him. “I worked here so long to avoid the farewell party,” Mr. Smith said. “The name on the invitation is nice, but this is a celebration of Collegiate. I’ve always thought at Collegiate, the sky is a little bit bluer, the grass is greener, and we’re allowed to reach for the sky, and maybe even touch the sky.”


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