Forte et Gratum Autumn 2015

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Forte et Gratum Columbus School for Girls

Spotlight on Service Learning



Forte et Gratum

AUTUMN 2015

IN THIS ISSUE  LETTER FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL  SIGNIFICANTLY CSG  COLLEGE DESTINATIONS  COMMENCEMENT

 SECOND ANNUAL SCHOLARS GALA A SUCCESS  STAFF NEWS  ALUMNAE WEEKEND

 SERVICE LEARNING

 CLASS NEWS

 THE LEGACY OF THE LANDMARK CAMPAIGN

 ANNUAL REPORT

 CONGRATULATIONS AND SYMPATHIES


FROM THE HEAD OF SCHOOL JENNIFER M. CICCARELLI

“Find a need and fill it” Ruth Stafford Peale’s simple yet profound directive has been embraced by generations of CSG students. When perusing Meditations of the Heart, which outlines All School programs dating back to 1908, one finds interfaith services dedicated to serving others. Although the notion of service has changed over time, it could not be more important than it is today. As Gregory Smith and David Sobel explain in the Spring 2013 issue of Independent School magazine, making connections between that which occurs in classrooms and the lives students lead in their communities is crucial not only to the lives of our students, but also to the world in which we live. Acknowledging that US citizens have become more isolated from one another over the past several decades, Smith and Sobel suggest that “…community-based learning can serve as one antidote to this isolation by taking young people into neighborhoods, workplaces, agencies, and city council meetings where they can interact with adults and see themselves as fellow citizens with shared responsibilities…” For this reason and others, Columbus School for Girls provides many opportunities for students to work in the Columbus community and beyond, where they identify and seek to solve problems. As you will see in the pages of this issue of Forte et Gratum, students in the Program for Young Children all the way through Upper School are working with their teachers to make a difference in the world by serving others. From collecting books for Reach Out and Read in the PYC and Lower School to

Head of School Jennifer Ciccarelli with PYC students (left to right) Paloma Sanchez ’28, Simone Dean ’28, and Perry Ciccarelli ’28.

a service trip to Guatemala during Senior May Program, CSG students are empowered to contribute to the community both meaningfully and globally. As the students acknowledge, the opportunity to help others affects them in ways they could not have imagined when they began their projects. Embedding the transformational impact of service in our classrooms has a lasting impact on CSG girls. As they experience the enduring effects associated with identifying and filling needs, our students often internalize this message and seek ways to make a difference independently. Wanting to apply what she had learned in Technology Integration Specialist Christine Murakami’s One Laptop Per Child course, Katie Henderson ’16 raised funds so she could bring laptops to three girls’ schools

SERVICE IS ONE OF THE MANY ENDURING CHARACTERISTICS THAT CSG HELPS OUR STUDENTS TO DEVELOP

in Cape Coast, Ghana. Katie traveled to Africa, built these laptops and the servers to run them and then taught students how to use and maintain the computers. She reflects on all that she learned on this service trip in her blog technologyforghana.weebly.com. The scope and scale of Katie’s effort to make a difference is extraordinary, but it is not surprising. Students at CSG internalize the ethos of service to others, and because of the support of such dedicated, like-minded teachers as Ms. Murakami, they are empowered to make a difference in the world through service. Certainly this stance is more than a learned behavior: it is a way of being for CSG alumnae. Service is one of the many enduring characteristics that CSG helps our students to develop. The pages of this issue of Forte et Gratum illustrate the many ways that Columbus School for Girls is developing this ethos of service today.

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Significantly CSG The PYC Treehouse Dedication

CSG’s Squirrel City has a new structure. On Friday May 1, 2015, the PYC Treehouse was dedicated in an official ribbon-cutting ceremony. PYC students, faculty, staff, parents, and Upper School engineering and design students gathered for the groundbreaking occasion. Throughout the 2014-2015 school year, the 4/5 class in the PYC was hard at work, collaborating with teachers, parents, the local community, and their “brain buddies” in Dr. Kevin Sweeney’s Upper School engineering class, to conceptualize and construct the brand new treehouse. “The catalyst for this project was a combination of the dynamic and movable Continued on next page

2014/2015 4/5 Class

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pieces of the PYC playground and the 4/5 class’ frequent trips to Cynthia’s Woods. The girls learned about and incorporated elements of Squirrel City into the treehouse,” said PYC Division Director Lynné Steinhaus. The students were encouraged to work on this project in the classroom in very unique ways. Teachers provided students with the opportunity to build digital and physical prototypes and develop dioramas of the space. “Working with the constraints of space, budget, functionality, and elements, the girls used the same project work flow that is used for the Upper School engineering class. Some work utilized input from the entire group whereas other aspects required committee work and component design teams,” explained the 4/5 class teachers. Having started in September 2014, this project involved working with the City of Columbus over Spring Break to get permits, using technology like the computer program Tinkercard to explore the differences between 2-D and 3-D to create 3-D models, conducting site visits to local tree houses like the one at Inniswood Metro Gardens, and

incorporates cut-outs to allow for growth and movement of the trees. Glen Sullivan P’28, a structural engineer, advised on the project to ensure that the treehouse is safe and stable.

visiting the Columbus Museum of Art. The girls also used

Photographs, drawings, models, and other work by the

hammers, screw drivers, and drills to help build parts of

4/5 class and their Upper School Brain Buddies from the

the treehouse.

engineering class were exhibited through the end of the

The treehouse consists of a 10’ x 12’ platform supported

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An example of a diorama and 3-D model—one of many that are on display in the Ross Gallery.

school year in the Ross Gallery.

by piers around one tree with a rope bridge connecting to

The members of the student-run committee were Alonna

a smaller 3’ x 3’ platform at the other tree. The trees are

Barnes ’28, Perry Ciccarelli ’28, Sadie Goldberg ’28, Lena

not physically connected to the treehouse; the structure

Mekhjian ’28, and Sydney Tyson ’28.

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Significantly CSG CSG Teacher Kay Fetters Publishes Children’s Book

Ms. Brown’s Class Featured on NewsDepth

Form II Teacher, Khampraseuth

Last school year, Keely Brown’s Form V class was

(Kay) Fetters, recently published a

featured on NewsDepth, a weekly news program they

children’s book entitled, Will I Ever

watched in class. Just before Spring Break, the girls had

Find a Best Friend? The book is a

entered a contest sponsored by NewsDepth. The contest

multicultural story about a child

prize was a visit from the NewsDepth team in honor of

who ends up in a different class

their 45th anniversary. Their winning acrostic poem read:

from her friend and feels excluded. Fetters said, “I had thought about writing a book about different cultures or about my experience coming to America and being the only person in my third grade class who didn’t know how to read, write, or speak English.” Fetters was born in Laos and came to the United States with her family as refugees in 1979. She was ultimately inspired to write this book after teaching elementary students for nearly 20 years. She observed that many of her students experienced similar social anxieties and feelings of exclusion but for different reasons. She noticed students needing guidance with making friends, asserting themselves in a group, or just learning to express their own feelings. Her book touches on core value topics such as courage and perseverance. It is written in first person to provide

NEWSDEPTH IS… NOT YOUR AVERAGE SHOW EDUCATION, BUT FUN WORTHY OF WATCHING WEEKLY SOMETHING WE LOOK FORWARD TO DISCOVERING THINGS ABOUT OHIO EXCITING TO SEE OUR NAME ON SPEAK OUT PARENTS ENJOY HEARING ABOUT  WHAT WE’VE LEARNED

THE PERFECT NEWS SHOW FOR US HOLDS A SPECIAL PLACE IN OUR CLASSROOM

readers the opportunities to reflect on challenges of friendships and learning to be sympathetic and empathetic toward others, and most of all, to help view themselves as The girls found out that they had won when Brown passed

problem-solvers. Will I Ever Find a Best Friend? is available for purchase by directly contacting Fetters (kfettersbooks@gmail.

out a “pop quiz” during social studies class. When the girls turned over the paper, they read the announcement that they had won and erupted into squeals of delight! The NewsDepth team stopped by on Wednesday, April 29, 2015, to tape the show. Then on May 6, 2015 the program aired.

com), or online from various vendors including: Amazon, AuthorHouse, or Barnes & Noble. Fetters has taught at CSG since 2003. She taught Form IV for three years before transitioning to her current position as a Form II teacher. She continues to mentor new faculty members and is a Lower School representative on the I.D.E.A (Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Advocacy) Committee.

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Significantly CSG Katie Henderson ’16 Achieves Perfect Score on ACT Katie Henderson ’16 achieved a top composite score of 36 on the 2015 ACT. It was her first attempt. Nationally, less than 0.01 percent of students who take the ACT earn a top score. Among the 1.85 million students who took the test in 2014, only 1047 earned a composite score of 36.

2015 Leaders Launch Brunch Celebrated in May

the Honorable Judge Denise Page Hood ’70, spoke to

On May 30, 2015, several of CSG’s 2015 graduating seniors

on race relations in America.

attended the fourth annual Leaders Launch Brunch on Kirk Campus. They had the wonderful opportunity to connect with CSG Leaders who have advocated for the advancement of African American women. During the event, three CSG alumnae shared stories and life-lessons to the senior honorees, their parents, and a gathering of CSG African American alumnae. Kimberly Lowe Hall ’91 opened the event by urging the girls

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the girls about leadership, using heritage to inform her decisions, seizing opportunities, and not losing perspective The brunch concluded with a tribute to Michael Burton (retiring faculty member) and Chelsea Bowden (relocating faculty member), for their untiring commitment in promoting diversity and inclusion at CSG and supporting the launch of the I.D.E.A. (Inclusion. Diversity. Equity. Advocacy.) Committee, which was created at CSG to enhance and ensure the vitality of our diverse community, and create a learning environment that reflects multiple

to “remember their anchors,” or those who ground them and

cultures, promotes global connectedness, and respects

who will be there for them throughout college, adulthood,

all differences consistent with the mission of the School.

and beyond. She challenged them to practice gratitude,

Jennifer Ciccarelli, CSG’s Head of School, and Lavea

make connections early in life, remember their passions, and

Brachman, Chair of CSG’s Board of Trustees, also provided

serve the community. Chelsea Mondesir ’10 reminded the

remarks as they each celebrated the season of work by the

girls that dreams do come true by singing “Somewhere Over

I.D.E.A. Committee in rendering a new CSG tradition for

the Rainbow.” Lastly, CSG’s first African American graduate,

African American graduating seniors.

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Significantly CSG A Study in Sound: Ruch Dining Room Early in the fall of 2014, Mrs. Gullett’s Form XI physics class was asked to investigate the noise levels in the Ruch Dining Room and propose solutions to make the dining experience quieter and more enjoyable for all. The class first studied the physics of light and sound waves and how they interact with each other and their physical environment. Then, groups of students started developing hypotheses that included solutions to reduce noise. The excitement grew as they started to design the best way to collect data, test their ideas, and apply what they learned in class. By December 2014, the Form XI physics class had blueprints of the Ruch Dining Room with the location of decibel meters and a method for collecting the data. Form VII girls worked with sound in science class as well. In groups, they conducted investigations, graphed the data, and compared the decibel levels produced by common

As part of their research, Upper School students went to lunch at area restaurants to collect sound levels. After analyzing their results, they found that the Ruch Dining Room, like Chipotle, averages about 80 decibels. Students pictured from left to right are: Caroline Davakis ’16, Mady Price ’16, and Emma Kemp ’16.

activities. Then students from Form IV, Form VII, and Form XI participated in data collection and analysis at an age appropriate level. The girls set up equipment at five randomly-chosen locations and recorded the sound levels during lunch over the course of several days. The girls saw that there were only a limited number of times where noise levels exceeded 85dB, which is the acceptable noise level for public dining in a school cafeteria. Where noise levels peaked, it was usually due to unusual circumstances, like when a student knocked over metal silverware, joke day, or celebrations. There was a noticeable drop-off in noise levels when students first began to eat and as student announcements began. While the results of the sound investigations are not above OSHA recommendations, the Ruch Dining Room can be uncomfortably loud for some. As a result, Middle and Upper School students proposed suggestions to make the Ruch Dining Room more sound absorbent and serene at a low cost. Physical improvements suggested by students

Lilly O’Leary ’20, left, and Immanuelle Polite ’20, right.

traffic lights on each table that change colors from green to orange to red when the sound levels begin to get too loud.

included adding sound baffles or drapes on the ceiling,

The same students who were involved last year will

cushioning the seats or bottom of the legs of the chairs

continue their investigations this year, testing solutions

and the dining tables, using table cloths and plastic silver

on a small scale in the Chester Private Dining Room in the

wear containers, or painting the walls in a calming color.

winter. In the spring of 2016, the students will work with

Behavioral modifications suggested by students included

SAGE Dining Services and CSG Administration to come up

playing calming music, dimming the lights, and using sound

with a plan for the Ruch Dining Room.

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Significantly CSG CSG’s Track and Field Team: Successful Run to State Championships Our girls made it to the OHSAA State Track Meet! See below

REGIONAL RESULTS

for how they made their successful run to the finish line.

CSG competed and finished third in the regional track

DISTRICT RESULTS The Upper School Track & Field Team finished as District Meet Runner Up. The following students placed in the district meet, and qualified for the regional meet: • Imani Babatunde ’18 placed first in the 200m dash • Sadiyah Babutunde ’17, Nia Caldwell ’17, Rebecca O’Donovan ‘15, and Imani Babatunde ’18 placed first in the 4x100m relay • Imani Babatunde ’18 placed second in the 100m dash • Nia Caldwell ’17, Annie McDougall ’18, Ayla Kazemi ’17, Isabella Pesavento ’16 placed second in the 4x200m relay • Imani Babatunde ’18, Isabella Pesavento ’16, Ayla Kazemi

qualifying them for the OHSAA State Track Meet: • Sadiyah Babutunde ’17, Isabella Pesavento ’16, Rebecca Rebecca O’Donovan ’15, and Imani Babatunde ’18 placed first in the 4x100m relay • Imani Babatunde ’18, Isabella Pesavento ’16, Ayla Kazemi ’17, Eleanor Smith ’16 placed second in the 4x400m relay • Imani Babatunde ’18 placed fourth in the 100m dash • Imani Babatunde ’18 placed fourth in the 200m dash • Eleanor Smith ’16 placed fourth in the 400m dash • Anna Tierney ’17 placed fourth in the 3200m run STATE RESULTS

’17, and Eleanor Smith ’16 placed second in the 4x400m

Congratulations to our 4x100 team for placing second at

relay

States. The relay team members were Sadiyah Babutunde

• Eleanor Smith ’16 placed fourth in the 400m dash

’17, Isabella Pesavento ’16, Rebecca O’Donovan ’15, and Imani

• Anna Tierney ’17 placed fourth in the 3200m run

Babatunde ’18.

US Track & Field Team 2015

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meet. The following students finished in the top four spots,

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Significantly CSG And congratulations to our 4x400 team for placing third. The relay team members were Imani Babatunde ‘18, Isabella Pesavento ‘16, Ayla Kazemi ‘17, and Eleanor Smith ‘16. A special congratulations to Imani Babatunde ‘18 who competed in four events at States! Imani Babatunde ’18

MS Track and Field 2015

Middle School Track & Field Wins State Championship For the second year in a row, the Middle School Track and Field Team won the Ohio Middle School State Track & Field Championships for Division 3. Here are some highlights from the meet: • Elizabeth Tierney ’19, Ava Barnes ’19, Sabrina Morse ’20, and Jordan Aurnou-Rhees ’20 placed first in the 4x800m relay • Jordan Aurnou-Rhees ’20 placed ninth and Elizabeth Tierney ’19 placed second in the 800m run • Emma Rau ’19 placed fourth in the 3200m run • Peyton Jackson ’20 placed fifth in the 200m hurdles • Gabbi Sharp ’19 placed sixth in shot put • Elizabeth Tierney ’19 placed seventh in the 1600m run • Emily Dewolf ’19, Peyton Jackson ’20, Addie Arthur ’20, and Asia Nguyen ’20 placed eighth in the 800m relay • McKenzie Stringer ’20 placed ninth and Sabrina Morse ’20 placed twelfth in high jump • Eva Nicolosi ’21 placed twelfth in long jump

Lily Berger ’18 Selected for Prestigious Brine National Lacrosse Classic Lily Berger ’18 was named to the

A special shout out goes to Eleanor Smith ’16. She is a star athlete who, after the OHSAA State Track Meet in June 2015, has competed in eight state championships! 2012-2013 • Swimming: 200 free relay and 400 free relay • Track: 4x400 relay: fourth place

Eleanor Smith ’16

2013-2014 • Cross Country: individual and team qualifier: 17th individually, ninth team • Swimming: 200 free relay: second place; 400 free relay: fifth place; and 100 fly: 12th place • Track: 4x800: ninth place; 400m: second place; 800m: 13th place; and 4x400 relay: fourth place 2014-2015 • Cross Country: individual qualifier: 34th place • Swimming: 200 free relay: first place; 400 free relay: 1st place; 100 fly: 13th place; and 200 medley relay: 10th place

prestigious Midwest Regional All-Star

• Track: 4x400 team relay: third place

Team for the Brine National Lacrosse

Smith commented, “A state championship title has

Classic. The Ohio team roster, with

motivated me more than anything. After every practice,

21 selected athletes, competed in

meet, and championship race, I think about the race that

Richmond, Virginia, June 29-July 2,

could make me a state champion—that I could someday say

2015. This national lacrosse classic gives

I am the fastest and the best in whatever event I compete in.

student athletes exposure to the college

All the training I do is towards being the best, not in just our

admission and athletic recruitment process. Congratulations, Lily!

CSG’s Eleanor Smith ’16 Competed in Eighth State Championship

Lily Berger ’18

district or regional, but in the entire state of Ohio.”

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Significantly CSG Middle School Career Day On May 11, 2015, CSG Middle School students had an exciting opportunity to meet with strong female role models and leaders in their field as part of Middle School Career Day. The female presenters came from a variety of backgrounds, holding various positions. Middle School students attended five workshop sessions based on their areas of interest and were able to hear first-hand what it is like to be a business owner, engineer, doctor, TV producer, judge, attorney, marketing director, firefighter, police officer, chef, photographer, or government official. Topics discussed

Christine A. Poon

Karen Wruck

included job responsibilities, work environment, and education and training requirements. Following the workshops, CSG was fortunate to welcome both Christine Poon and Karen Wruck as keynote speakers to the Agnes Jeffrey Shedd Theater stage. Christine A. Poon served as Dean of the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State from 2009 to 2014. Poon came to Fisher after a 30-year career in the

Judge Kimberly Cocroft

health-care industry, most recently as Vice Chairman and Worldwide Chairman of Pharmaceuticals at Johnson & Johnson. Karen Wruck P’20 is the Dean’s

Trina Cain and Sargeant Dawn Overly-Sheterom

Distinguished Professor and Professor of Finance at the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State; she previously served on the faculty of the Harvard Business School. Her research and teaching are in the fields of financial and organizational economics. They shared their life experiences with the Middle School students.

THE ROLE MODELS SHOWED THE GIRLS THAT WITH HARD WORK AND DEDICATION THEY CAN ACHIEVE THEIR DREAM. CINDY TRASK MIDDLE SCHOOL DIRECTOR

CSG Students to be Featured in WOSU Documentary The WOSU Documentary, Columbus Neighborhoods: New Americans, will feature two CSG students, Mina Shahinfar ’17 and Roya Shahinfar ’19, as second generation immigrants facing the challenges of retaining their parent’s heritage while growing up American when it airs in January 2016. The documentary will trace the history of Columbus’s people and compare the immigrant experience throughout time to understand what issues, challenges, and opportunities are present for the city as it heads into the future.

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Roya Shahinfar ’19 pictured left and Mina Shahinfar ’17 pictured right


Significantly CSG CSG Middle School Students Call for Equal Work, Equal Pay In recognition of the annual time in the spring when women finally earn the amount of money that men earned in the previous year, CSG Middle School students called for equal pay for equal work during a Middle School Chapel on May 5, 2015. The students sought to raise awareness about the pay gap. Students were surprised to learn that in the United States, women only earn 78 cents to every dollar a man earns. Over a lifetime (based on an average of 47 years of working),

Recognizing that there are so many women who are in

women lose $300,000 in earnings. The United States ranks

need and that there is power in women helping women, the

65th in the world for the pay gap, and there is no country in

Middle School raised $200 for Gracehaven, a non-profit

the world where women make more than men. At this rate, it

organization dedicated to care for sexually exploited children

will take 81 years for the pay gap to close.

by providing comprehensive, client-centered services.

United for a common cause, the Middle School students

Terri Foltz, Director of Gracehaven,

crafted a petition for all local media and government

thanked the students during Chapel.

officials. It concluded, “As an all-girl school, we are working

“You all have minds and hearts that

to raise awareness about this issue so that all people will

expand beyond these walls and your

receive equal pay for equal work, regardless of their gender.

families. You are helping young women

We urge you to support us in raising awareness about this

who have almost had all possibilities

issue and to join us in working for a less prejudiced America.”

stripped from her. Now, you are giving

They also launched a social media push with the help of the School, sharing an image of the entire Middle School body, along with supporting faculty and staff, spelling out “78.”

them a possibility of a full, normal life. Congratulations for your work and for your awareness of how these young women who fall victim are treated unequal. Thank you for supporting other young women.”

Nine Students Inducted into Cum Laude Society Nine members of Columbus School for Girls’ Class of 2015 were inducted into The Cum Laude Society during an afternoon ceremony at the Agnes Jeffrey Shedd Theater on Thursday, April 23, 2015. The students were: Valerie Xiaoying Du, Megan Elizabeth Gumina, Myrial Adel Holbrook, Julia Ann Mackessy, Saba Mehra, Rebecca Lynne O’Donovan, Rachel Esther Politi, Katherine McKay Tierney, and Alexandra Nicole Verzella. Bottom row, left to right: Saba Mehra, Rebecca O’Donovan, Julia Ann Mackessy; middle row, left to right: Valerie Xiaoying Du, Alexandra Nicole Verzella, Myrial Adel Holbrook; top row, left to right: Megan Elizabeth Gumina, Katherine McKay Tierney, Rachel Esther Politi.

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Significantly CSG Historic Year for Mock Trial Team On Thursday, March 12, 2015, CSG’s mock trial Blue Team

CSG Concert Choir Receives Top Score at State Contest

made a historic run, qualifying for the State Competition,

On Friday, May 1, 2015, the CSG Concert Choir traveled to

where Ohio’s top 32 teams compete. The team members were Rebecca O’Donovan ’15, Megan E. Gumina ’15, Bess E. Greenberg ’15, Ryan O’Hara ’16, Jackie O’Donnell ’15, and Sangita Biswas ’15. CSG was recognized at the opening ceremonies for the team’s outstanding accomplishment given it was only CSG’s second year of having a mock trial team. During the 2013-2014 school year, Upper School History

Bexley High School to participate in the Ohio Music Education Association’s state event. The ensemble qualified for the competition in March, and, for the first time in CSG history, the students decided to compete Class A – a more difficult class than previously competed in. The Concert Choir presented a three-piece program to be judged by three experts in the field. A fourth judge scored the girls on their sight-reading abilities. The combined scores of the four judges gave the girls

Teacher and History Department Chair Suzanne Pfeiffer

the highest ranking of a “I” or “superior” in Class A!

started the mock trial team with the help of then seniors,

The Concert Choir presented one of the most balanced

now alumnae, Claire Weiler ’14 and Blaine Yaffe ’14, legal advisor Bill Pohlman, and Upper School History Teacher Frank O’Grady. CSG’s two inaugural teams made it to the district competition.

programs of the event, performing songs in German, English, and French. Selections included Hexenlied (Witches’ Song) by Felix Mendelssohn and arranged by Paul Neal, I Am Not Yours by David Childs, and the Canadian folk song, Ah! si mon

In 2014-2015, a second legal advisor, Monica Dorman, was

moine voulait danser! arranged by Donald Patriquin.

added to the team. The number of students in mock trial

The Upper School Concert Choir is a non-auditioned

grew, and CSG fielded three teams—Red, White, and Blue. Teams Red and White won at the district competition and

ensemble comprised of 48 students from Forms IX-XII.

advanced to the regional competition. Then, on Friday, February 20, 2015, the Blue Team won both of their trials at the regional Mock Trial competition and advanced to the State Competition. The Blue Team played against perennial mock trial powerhouses Orange High School and Archbishop Hoban, coming very close to winning. Ohio mock trial is the largest academic mock trial competition in Ohio with more than 370 teams participating from nearly 200 high schools. Any Upper School Student is welcome to join. The 2015-2016 team began meeting in September.

Corrections Spring 2015 Issue of Forte et Gratum: Page 10: Aubrey Lanham ’20 drew the artwork for the “CSG Cares” article written by Charlotte Stiverson ’76. CSG’s mock trial Blue Team poses for a photo prior to the district competition at the Franklin County Courthouse. The Blue Team ultimately went on to complete at the State Competition. From left to right: Bess E. Greenberg ’15, Sangita Biswas ’15, Rebecca O’Donovan ’15, Megan E. Gumina ’15, Ryan O’Hara ’16, and Jackie O’Donnell ’15.

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Page 13: Director of Athletics, Megan Henry, is a member of the Wellness Task Force.


Class of 2014‌ A lot of spirit, plenty of grit, a ton of courage.

19%

National Achievement Outstanding Participants, National Merit Commended Scholars, or National Merit Finalists

Congratulations to the Class of 2015!

At CSG, you discovered voice. Youas embraced your full potential. Now you know what you Congratulations toyour ourtrue graduates they continue to define what it means to be want, and there is no time like now. Never forget your passion for learning, push to think big and bold, an empowered girl. and live a life with no boundaries. Go Unies! American University Otterbein University Brandeis University Saint University Louis University Amherst College Seattle Bucknell University The Ohio State University (5) Bennington College Skidmore College Case Western Reserve University (2) University of British Columbia Bucknell University Syracuse University and Immunology) Colorado College (Microbiology Carnegie Mellon University The College ofof Wooster Columbus College of Art and Design University California at Berkeley Denison University (2) University of California at San Diego Elon University The Ohio State University Elon University University of Chicago (3) Emory University The University of Alabama Gettysburg College University of Cincinnati (2) Grinnell Tulane University GeorgeCollege Washington University (2) University of Kentucky High University University of Michigan HighPoint Point University University of Michigan (2) Kenyon College University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Indiana University at Bloomington University of Notre Dame Marietta College University of Notre Dame (3) Miami University, Oxford University of Pennsylvania Marshall University University of Pittsburgh Mount College University of Tennessee, Knoxville MiamiHolyoke University, Oxford University of Tennessee, Knoxville Northwestern University University of Virginia New York University University of Wisconsin, Madison Northeast Ohio Medical University Vanderbilt University Ohio University Vanderbilt University Northeastern University Wofford College Princeton University Washington University in St. Louis Northwestern University (2) Xavier University (2) Purdue University Wisconsin Lutheran College Ohio University Rice University, Early Med Scholars Program

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Congratulations, Class of 2015!

June 4, 2015 CSG COMMENCEMENT On June 4, the entire CSG community gathered to celebrate the Class of 2015 for CSG’s 117th commencement ceremony. Comprised of 43 remarkable young women, the Class of 2015 processed into the graduation tent wearing floorlength white dresses and carrying a dozen red roses—a tradition since CSG’s very first ceremony in 1899. Jennifer Ciccarelli, 13th Head of School, welcomed everyone before turning toward the graduating seniors. “Today, we celebrate you and the extraordinary achievements that have brought you to this point in your academic journey. You leave CSG well prepared for the world beyond this beautiful campus. You also possess the habits of mind and heart that ensure you will truly make a difference in the world.” Valerie Du ’15, President of Student Council, addressed the crowd through four heart-warming “letters” to her teachers, students and friends, parents, and the Class of 2015. To her classmates, she said, “The bonds we have created are unbreakable. Whenever you need some love, always know that the 42 other girls sitting here today will support you like all of you have done for me. I deeply and truly hope you have the future you’ve worked so hard for.” Cynthia Epler ’95, a recognized expert in Middle East and South Asia counterterrorism and counterinsurgency, served as the keynote speaker and offered sage advice. “CSG prepares women for anything. Truly! I’ve done five tours in Afghanistan and currently work on ISIS, and yet my junior year at CSG was still tougher than lighting the flame of Jeffersonian democracy in far flung parts of the world. “The Class of 2015 is prepared for what lies ahead with a firm foundation of knowledge and friendship. If you’re in Baghdad, Borneo, or Baltimore, know that the foundation CSG has given you will serve as a touchstone. More importantly, know that your classmates will keep you honest for the rest of your life.” As Epler concluded in her speech, “Congratulations to the Class of 2015! You made it!”

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Valerie Du ’15, President of Student Council

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Cynthia Epler ’95


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An Ethic of Service and a Sense of Community

Students, from left, Sadiyah Babatunde ’17, Madison Everett ’17, Lily Berger ’18, and Nia Caldwell ’17 plant flowers in the Old Deaf School Park Downtown. Their service project was for the School’s two-week May Program (see page 26.) ADAM CAIRNS, DISPATCH PHOTOGRAPHER

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OUR GIRLS MUST BE EQUIPPED FOR

citizenship AND PROBLEM-SOLVING

ON A LOCAL, NATIONAL, AND GLOBAL STAGE.

One way that Columbus School for Girls embraces our inherent public purpose and empowers our students to be citizen leaders is by providing powerful, transformational experiences throughout their CSG education. As David Drinkwater and Jacqueline Smethurst explain in the Spring 2011 issue of Independent School magazine, research demonstrates that students who engage in learning that connects classroom to community improve their academic performance as well as their leadership skills. Continues on next page

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Our faculty witness first-hand how our students learn more

The girls learn how to share, use words to resolve conflicts,

deeply when emotionally engaged in meaningful work.

think about the way others might feel, work together to

Columbus School for Girls has long endeavored to infuse an ethic of service and sense of community, civic, and global responsibility in all the girls. Students in every division of the school participate in service learning activities, trips, and classes. Starting in the Program for Young Children, the children engage in daily activities to encourage empathy, cultivate

accomplish tasks, and take responsibility for their environment. A perfect example was the Reach Out and Read Program. For the first time this year, the PYC partnered with the Lower School to donate nearly 1,334 books to Nationwide Children’s Hospital. In the Lower School, girls are provided with opportunities to go into the community and emotionally engage in

compassion, and instill a desire within them to make a difference to someone or something outside of themselves.

Reach out and Read Twenty-five years ago, Dr. Robert Needlman had an idea. How could doctors make literacy promotion a part of pediatric primary care particularly to children in poverty? Could they “prescribe” books to parents at every well visit so parents understood the importance of literacy as something vital to child’s growth and development? What if every child who came for a check-up received a book to read? Who could provide those books? After making some phone calls and writing letters asking for donations, Reach Out and Read was born. Today, Reach Out and Read reaches nearly four million children every year. And for the first time this year, Program for Young Children (PYC) joined Lower School to donate nearly 1,334 books to Nationwide Children’s Hospital. According to Debbie Charna, now retired Lower School teaching specialist and avid Reach Out and Read volunteer, “This is more than triple the donation of previous years! On average, CSG donates 200-300 books.”

Olivia Chomic ’29, left, and Katie Johnson ’29, right, help sort books.

The collaboration between CSG and Reach Out and Read began in 2005, when Charna was inspired from an article

the donated books into two categories: children’s books

she read in the newspaper about Dr. Needlman’s program.

and chapter books. Then, on Thursday, May 14, 2015, the

She volunteered for the local organization’s Advisory Board

books were delivered to Nationwide Children’s Hospital’s

and has been driving the annual effort at CSG ever since.

Close to Home Centers.

“Not everyone is as fortunate as our students,” Charna said.

Lower School Director Betsy Gugle said, “We are thrilled

“What better way to save books and to promote reading

to share our love of reading and books with many children

and writing to students in need!”

in the community.”

Collaboratively, the PYC and Lower School Form IV and V

Program for Young Children Director Lynné Steinhaus

students worked together to count, sort, and organize all of

said, “This was a truly wonderful collaboration.”

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meaningful service learning work. CSG partners with several local organizations, such as the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio, YWCA, and Cat Welfare to instill CSG’s ethos of service within the girls. For example, during the 2014-2015 school year, Form IV’s class took a field trip to Cat Welfare and were inspired to help. They encouraged others to give donations to the rescue center or to purchase Maine Coon’s Haiku, a book written by Michael J. Rosen, an animal lover who donates proceeds from his book to cat welfare. Through the annual tradition of the Adopt-a-School Bazaar, Lower School students are highly involved in the planning, creating, and organizing of the service learning event. Students create crafts from reusable or recycled materials, which are then sold at the bazaar. The money raised is donated to organizations that support education and ecology. Long-standing recipients of the proceeds are the Sucasari School in Peru and the Gorilla Project with Partners in Conservation through the Columbus Zoo. Additionally, a third of the proceeds are donated to a local organization, which the students select by ballot. Continues on next page

Anya Nguyen ’23 at Cat Welfare.

Children’s Hunger Alliance After attending Children’s Hunger Alliance’s (CHA) annual luncheon, ‘Menu of Hope,’ and hearing the keynote speaker, Viola Davis, speak about her experiences as a child in poverty, I realized how big of an impact CHA is making on the lives of kids all across Ohio. So, when I took the service learning class at CSG during spring quarter and my classmates expressed an interest of helping younger children, I immediately thought of CHA. I invited Mrs. Jackie Haight, their volunteer coordinator, to come visit our class and talk about some of the ways we might be able to get involved. She shared that CHA collects new or gently-used school supplies to hand out to kids at the beginning of each school year. In support of CHA’s cause, our class decided to hang up posters around the school about the collection and set up donation boxes so CSG students could donate their school supplies that otherwise might end up in the trash. One thing that always makes me smile is the ‘mandatory’ number of volunteer hours. To me, ‘mandatory’ implies something that is required, but doesn’t necessarily want to be done – like work. But whenever I have the chance to volunteer

Left to right: Emily Dewolf ’19, Natalie Merryman ’19, Leah Dobres ’19, and Sarah O’Dell’19 working on poster about donating old school supplies to CHA.

with kids and be inspired by their seemingly endless supply of energy and smiles, I think to myself, how could anyone possibly think of this as work? –Emily Dewolf ’19

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because I said I would Alex Sheen, the founder of because I said I would, the international social movement and non-profit dedicated to the betterment of humanity through promises made and kept, spoke to Middle School students on Thursday, April 30, 2015. Sparked by the loss of his father, Alex’s work has inspired millions around the world and his message has been featured on ABC World News, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS Nightly News, and many other programs.

her lunch napkin every day, encouraging and motivating her. He was diagnosed with cancer and promised to write 865 notes for her so that she would have a note from her dad for every lunch until she graduated college. Alex also shared personal stories about promises that he’s made and kept, including one he made to Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight, and Gina DeJesus, victims of the Ariel Castro kidnappings in Cleveland—Alex’s hometown. He promised to dedicate 10 days of his life to serve in acts of kindness in their honor. To keep this promise, Alex walked

During his presentation, Alex shared stories of a number of

240 miles across the state of Ohio in 19 days to raise

promises—both large and small. One story talked about a

awareness for the victims of sexual violence.

man who used the promise card to commit to his sobriety;

“because I said I would is about you. Inside of each and

the man recently celebrated the one-year mark. Another story involved a father who wrote notes to his daughter in

every one of you is a great potential to change the world. I believe in that. I believe in you,” said Alex.

DEDICATED TO THE BETTERMENT OF HUMANITY THROUGH

promises made and kept

Alex Sheen, founder of Because I Said I Would, the international social movement and non-profit, poses with CSG Middle School students.

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In the Middle School, service learning activities and projects are student generated, but the students in Form VIII during the 2014-2015 school year also took a service learning class for one quarter, which brings to life CSG’s value of serving the community into the classroom. Students engage in service at all levels: from research, to advocacy, to indirect service, to direct service. The girls are required to identify issues of personal interest, provide service and resources to support their causes, and offer their own solutions to a variety of community needs. During the 2014-2015 school year, Middle School students were involved in a variety of projects, such as a “Penny Wars” fundraising campaign to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, a pop-tabs collection to support the Ronald McDonald House, and a year-end collection of gently-used school supplies to be donated to Children’s Hunger Alliance. Students participated in field trips to the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio, Franklin Park Conservatory, Mother Angeline McCrory Manor, and Wexner Heritage Village. Students also joined in the “Because I said I Would” social movement, which strives toward the betterment of humanity through promises made and promises kept. Middle

Lily Berger ’17, left, and Emma Adams ’17, right, sand tables at the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio as part of May Program.

School students are also active participants in school-wide

strategies. The girls develop their own “micro” lesson plans

projects such as the annual canned food drive for the St.

and gather supplies for teaching English to school-age

Francis Center in Vinton County.

children. They also receive lessons on how houses are

The Upper School also offers a unique service learning course and several service trips during May Program. Introduced in 2009, the One Laptop per Child course

built, and they prepare and serve meals for an after-school program. During the trip, participants keep a daily journal and prepare a photo essay on their experiences.

prepares students to share digital skills with an under-

A third, domestic, service trip is the Community Service in

served student population in St. John’s in the Virgin

Ohio trip, during which up to twenty girls and two teachers

Islands, where they deliver and offer training on the XO

go out each day for nine days to work at different non-

computer developed by the One Laptop per Child initiative

profit organizations in and around Central Ohio. They might

from MIT. In the class, girls learn to disassemble and

pack boxes at a food bank, help prepare and serve lunch at

reassemble a computer; and they research existing

a soup kitchen, plant tomatoes at an organic farm, visit with

curricula and activities, develop a curriculum, and plan and

senior citizens and play bingo, spread mulch and prune

prepare lessons for the delivery period. The course

bushes in a public park, sort clothing in a free clothes store,

culminates when they travel to St. John’s, where the CSG

or walk dogs and visit cats at an animal shelter. On the final

students work with students and faculty in a local school

day, the girls purchase supplies and prepare 100 bagged

to establish the computer program.

lunches for a shelter for the homeless, and all participants

Another service learning opportunity is the May Program

write reflections on their experiences on the trip.

service trip to the Lake Atitlan region of Guatemala,

The numerous service learning classes, projects, and trips

where students teach English, help build homes, and

in which the girls engage from pre-school through

engage in various service projects. Every year, ten to

graduation are designed to prepare CSG students to be

twelve girls, most of whom have completed at least three

informed, resourceful, responsible, compassionate,

years of high school Spanish, meet bi-monthly prior to the

generous, and—above all—active citizens in their

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Guatemalan Trip Teaches Gratitude and Community As part of May Program, Upper School Spanish Teacher

are. The trip really helped me to appreciate even more what I

“Profe” Miller, his wife Shelley, faculty member Steve Pryor, and

have, where I live, and the education that I get.”

11 Upper School students flew to Guatemala to connect the students to another school and community that is traditionally underrepresented and where opportunities for girls’ education are especially lacking. The girls would experience first-hand the importance of service and how they can make a difference in people’s lives by teaching English and building a house.

“I particularly loved teaching English,” said Addy Feibel ’16. “Not only was it fun but I also truly felt that what I was doing was making a difference in these children’s lives.” With the growth of tourism in the vicinity, “English would give these children far more opportunities and allow them to better provide for their families financially.”

“My experience in Guatemala was much more life-changing than I could have ever thought. Wealth is a different concept to the Guatemalans. Many of these people are some of the wealthiest I have ever met,” said Annie Parkhill ’16. “They have family, friends, and everyone cares for each other. The sense of community was overwhelming. Everywhere we went, whether it was the school, the building site, or just out on the town, the people were outgoing and kind.” This sense of community was shared by many of the other students. Kendra Weiser ’16 recalled a morning on the trip where a group of little girls handed her their playing cards even though they didn’t have a lot of other toys. “This really allowed me to see how kind and thoughtful the people of Guatemala

Maria Presper ’16, left, and Addy Feibel ’16, right, teach English.

Pictured are recipients of the home built by CSG girls. From left to right: Kendra Weiser ’16, Alyssa Colombo ’16, Annie Parkhill ’16, Melissa Gammons ’16, Spanish teacher Steve Pryor, Gennie Faber ’16, Emily Lynch ’16, Maddie Woda ’16, Maria Presper ’16, and Profe Miller

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While on the trip the girls bonded and got to know each other outside of the classroom. “The way we worked together was surprising,” Madeline Woda ’16 said. “I got to see my classmates in a new light and really appreciate their strengths in a non-academic setting. Our team really came together.”

MY EXPERIENCE IN GUATEMALA WAS MUCH MORE

life-changing THAN I COULD HAVE EVER THOUGHT.

The hosts, Reverend and Mrs. Elias Muxnay Hi and their family, “are truly inspiring people,” Andrea Presper ’16 said. “Argentina is a mother of three who cooks every day for the school children while also going to law school on the weekends. Elias’s other daughter, Sheyley, is a med student in Quetzaltenango. Most children do not even finish primary school in Guatemala. So I found it very inspiring to meet two women who were defying the norm.” Maria Presper ’16 concluded, “The experience in Guatemala as a whole was humbling and taught me to never take my situation for granted ever again.” Profe Miller is already in the planning stages for the next trip to Guatemala, which is tentatively planned for May 2017. The trip will be expanded to encompass medical service as well. Students and parents will have an unparalleled opportunity to serve alongside each other, offering health education, nutrition, and medical services. Watch for more announcements about this extraordinary opportunity to participate or support the team.

Kendra Weiser ’16 hands out food at the after school program.

CSG students and faculty in front of Lake Atitlán and Volcán San Pedro.

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community What Does Service Mean to Me?

TO ME, SERVICE IS THE CHANCE TO MAKE

someone’s day a little better. KINDNESS IS THE ABILITY TO SHARE HAPPINESS AND JOY WITH OTHERS,

THAT’S WHAT SERVICE IS ALL ABOUT—MAKING SOMEONE’S DAY, WEEK, MONTH, YEAR, LIFE A LITTLE BETTER.

MAEGAN MOSHER ’19

you have to do it IF YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE,

AND CAN’T WAIT FOR SOMEONE ELSE TO.

THROUGH SERVICE LEARNING, WE MADE A DIFFERENCE IN SO MANY PEOPLE’S LIVES, WHICH GIVES ME SUCH AN AMAZING FEELING.

SAMI SHARFIN ’18

IT’S AMAZING TO ME TO LOOK AT OUR GIRLS AND NOT ONLY SEE THE WONDERFUL SERVICE PROJECTS THEY DO WITHIN CSG, BUT ALSO THE SERVICE THAT THEY PROVIDE OUT OF THEIR OWN INITIATIVE. OUR GIRLS PROVIDE TUTORING AT ORGANIZATIONS THROUGHOUT COLUMBUS. THEY WORK AT FOOD BANKS AND ORGANIZE BOOK DRIVES. THEY DO SO MANY THINGS WITHOUT ANYONE ASKING THEM TO..

Service

ALLOWS M E TO GIVE BACK AND TO HELP REMIND ME THAT THE WORLD IS FULL OF THOSE WITH GREATER NEEDS THAN MY OWN. CURRENTLY I VOLUNTEER AT CITIZENS FOR HUMANE ACTION TO HELP IN THE CAT ROOM. IT MAKES ME FEEL GREAT TO HELP A KITTY FIND

THAT’S THE COMMITMENT TO SERVICE THAT A

THEIR FOREVER HOME.

CSG GIRL HAS.

JULIE BISWAS

MIDDLE SCHOOL FORM VIII SCIENCE TEACHER

KIMBERLY DITTY

MIDDLE SCHOOL SPANISH TEACHER

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volunteer I HAVE LEARNED THAT IT REALLY IS IMPORTANT TO

WHEN I THINK ABOUT SERVICE I THINK OF

helping others thrive

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SERVICE IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE IT BRINGS VALUE

AND GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY.

MIA GEORGE ’17

TO OTHER PEOPLES LIFE AND YOUR LIFE. SERVICE HELPS ME UNDERSTAND EMPATHY AND SYMPATHY. IT ALSO HELPS ME UNDERSTAND THAT EVERYONE HAS A NEED. CSG HAS HELPED ME UNDERSTAND THE ROLE THAT WE ALL PLAY IN HELPING OTHERS. IT IS IMPORTANT THAT WE ALL PARTICIPATE IN SERVICE ACTIVITIES AT SCHOOL LIKE CAN FOOD DRIVES AND BAKE SALES. I THINK HELPING OTHERS THRIVE IS A WONDERFUL LIFE GOAL.

I MADE SEVERAL REALIZATIONS THAT I WILL CARRY FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. ONE OF THEM IS THAT

every act of service helps

NO MATTER HOW SMALL. THROUGHOUT THE TRIP, I

JORDAN BAUKNIGHT ’21

WAS THANKED FOR MY SERVICE. THOSE WHO RECEIVE THESE KIND DEEDS FEEL LOVED, AND THAT MAKES ME FEEL THAT WHAT I AM DOING REALLY MATTERS. I WILL CHERISH THE SERVICE TRIP FOREVER.

HELPING EVEN FOR A DAY CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE AND REALLY HELP PEOPLE IN NEED.

SADIYAH BABATUNDE ’17

THERE ARE SO MANY GREAT, HELPFUL ORGANIZATIONS FOR PEOPLE IN NEED.

ONE COULD DONATE NOT ONLY ITEMS OR MONEY, BUT ONE’S

time .

JULIA LUNT ’18

WE WERE ALL THERE TO HELP OTHERS AND THAT’S WHAT UNIFIED US. WE HELPED SOMEONE IN NEED AND THAT’S WHAT MATTERS MOST. I LEFT EACH DAY WITH A GOOD FEELING BECAUSE I KNEW I HAD HELPED SOMEONE.

SAGE CLEMONS ’18

THE EMPHASIS ON SERVICE AT CSG IS DESIGNED TO CONNECT STUDENTS WITH THE BROADER

Columbus community

AND INCREASE SOCIAL AWARENESS. ADDITIONALLY, TEENS WHO ENGAGE IN COMMUNITY SERVICE ARE MORE LIKELY TO DO SO AS ADULTS. THAT’S REALLY OUR HOPE – THAT, THROUGHOUT THEIR LIVES, CSG GIRLS USE THEIR TALENTS AND INGENUITY TO BE ACTIVE, CIVIC-MINDED MEMBERS OF THEIR COMMUNITIES.

SUZANNE PFEIFFER UPPER SCHOOL HISTORY TEACHER AND HISTORY DEPARTMENT CHAIR

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Lower School Service Club students show off the blankets they made, which they donated to families in need through the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio’s donation program.

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Turning Empty Houses Into Homes

a donation of

On March 10, 2015, the Lower School Service Club was on a

thankful for all that they have.

mission—they were going to help turn an empty house into a

Because of the trip they want

home! They boarded CSG’s bus armed with bags of blankets

to do and give more.”

that they had spent many weeks hand-cutting and artfully sewing together. They travelled across town with former faculty lead Debbie Charna, Lower School Reading and Recovery and Literacy Specialist; Ellen Petruzzella, former Lower School Art Teacher; and Lorraine Clark, After Hours staff member. When they got off the bus, they were greeted with a friendly smile and big thanks from the staff of the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio.

A group of Lower School students initiated the idea of

kick started the

SERVICE PROJECT

having a Service Club. The Lower School girls who volunteer for the club decide on projects for the year along with Lower School Director Betsy Gugle and their faculty advisor. This is the third year in a row that students donated

“It truly means a lot to the organization and to the families we

items to the Furniture Bank. In the first year, the club donated

serve,” said Colin Veatch, Volunteer Manager, at the Furniture

pillows and artwork for the waiting room; in the second year,

Bank of Central Ohio. For it truly takes a village to support

they framed artwork for kids. In May, the club joined with

everyone in our community even with basic necessities. “And

Clark’s After Hours Sewing Club to create and donate the

these blankets will help so many people! They will be gone

blankets. “The girls learn a sense of community and a sense of

within a day because so many people need blankets.”

responsibility,” Charna continued. “By partnering with the

Veatch shared with the girls that in 2014, over 70,000 pieces were furniture donated from the Central Ohio community. As a

sewing club, they discovered new artistic talents and celebrated this collaboration.”

result, the Furniture Bank was able to serve 4,500 families. They

Two of the Lower School girls who spearheaded the service

also learned that 53.3 percent of those families have young kids

project were Claudia Jones ’23 and Olivia Graham ’24. Claudia

and that the average age of a homeless child is nine years old.

initiated the project. Her aunt donated $75, which helped start

For many of the girls, this last statistic was startling because

the fund. The service club also received additional funds from

those children are their age. They imagined what their life would

Lower School Adopt-a-School Bazaar.

be like if they relied on the Furniture Bank for help.

Charna said, “The girls never cease to amaze me with their

Petruzzella said, “The girls learned a really valuable lesson by

enthusiasm, collaboration, and follow-through coming from

seeing where families pick up furniture, and they are even more

their heart!”

Malia Chow ’24

The Lower School Service Club visit the Furniture Bank of Central Ohio.

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There’s a Little Free Library at CSG! Go get a book! The next time you are at CSG, swing by the PYC and visit their new Little Free Library. The worldwide movement of building “Little Free Libraries” filled with free books began in 2009 when a gentleman in Wisconsin built a model in memory of his mother, a former school teacher who loved to read. Since then, Little Free Libraries have spread throughout the world. All share a common goal: exchange good books and bring people together in the community for something positive.

Claire Dizon ’27, front, and Mia Mazak ’27, back.

Vivian Demko-Garcha ’27, and Ella Armstrong ’27, back.

Jovie Dean ’27

Leila Chahine ’27

Inspired, the 2014-2015 5/6 PYC Class worked with Columbus artist Mr. Walter Herrmann to design and build CSG’s very own Little Free Library in May 2015, which now stands proudly by the exit of the Columbia Avenue parking lot. Read here the first-hand account of four PYC students: Emma Baker ’27, Lillian Furniss ’27, Abigail Gugle ’27, and Abby Jones ’27.

Laurel Sroufe ’27

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Why DID WE MAKE A LITTLE FREE LIBRARY?

him what kind of roof we wanted, and we decided to recycle

All year we have been taking apart objects, building, drawing,

created for squirrels a long time ago). He helped us with the

and painting. We have been going on lots of field trips to see

copper roof. And he found a recycled kitchen cabinet so we

artists that we could learn from like Mr. Herrmann, Aminah

could build it. He taught us new words like patina and pilot

Robinson, and lots of artists at the Columbus Museum of

hole. We also decided we would build a ladder for the fairies,

Art and the Cultural Arts Center. Then three of us saw a

and we drew a little fairy door. Mr. Herrmann cut a little fairy

commercial about someone making a Little Free Library,

door on the front door!

and it was about doing good deeds so people can learn

a piece of copper from Squirrel City (an observatory project

don’t have books, they can borrow one too! We have been

How DFREE ID WE PUT THE DESIGNS ON THE LITTLE LIBRARY?

working really hard at learning how to read and write too,

We painted the front and part of the sides white because

so we started thinking of the idea….the Little Free Library

the cabinet was dark brown and it would be easier to see

Everybody likes to share books, so we wanted to share

the designs on white paint. Then we used paint markers and

books with people we can’t even see.

we made simple pictures into beautiful designs! We made a

how to read. Even if people do know how to read, but they

How DID WE DESIGN THE LITTLE FREE LIBRARY? We worked really hard thinking about it and coming up with ideas. We worked on designs for the Little Free Library, and

librarian out of polymer clay so the fairies can know when to return the books.

How TO USE THE LITTLE FREE LIBRARY

we drew them. We looked at all the drawings, we sorted

Please use this Little Free Library gently because we worked

them, and made design choices like a librarian, spirals, flowers,

very hard on it. Don’t pull on the fairy door, PUSH on it. Get

hearts, butterflies, shelves (so there could be teenage books,

a book… remember to put back a book! If you really like the

kids’ books, and baby books), a ladder so the fairies and

book, then you can just bring a different book back. Grown-

squirrels can get books too, a flag, a sign saying: “Little Free

ups, make the books appropriate for your kids. Don’t take

Library” sparkles so people can see it at night, and lots of

all the books. Leave some books to share with other people.

windows so people can see part of the titles. They might see a

Everybody in the world can have a book: babies, children,

title and say, “Hmm…maybe I will stop there!”

teenagers and grownups. Tell all your friends and family. Then

What MATERIALS DID WE USE?

they can tell another, and they can tell another, so it keeps

We started thinking about the materials we needed. We

going and going! If you want to, you can tell your friends like this, “There’s a Little Free Library at CSG! Go get a book!”

thought it would be a good idea to use recycled materials like: wood and CSG fabric for the flag. Then two groups of girls worked on the final design. One group used their hands to move all the parts into the perfect place. Another group used the smart board to move all the parts just where they thought they would look the best. Then the class looked at the two designs, and everybody agreed to put the ideas together.

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The Legacy of the Landmark Campaign On Tuesday, May 12, 2015, many distinguished CSG donors and volunteers gathered to celebrate the conclusion of the Landmark Campaign. Thanks to their generous contributions, unwavering efforts, and ongoing loyalty, CSG’s facilities were significantly upgraded to enhance the institution’s academic, artistic, athletic, and wellness curricula and programs.

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Liz and Webb Vorys P’07, ’12, were proud chairs of the Landmark Campaign, eagerly volunteering because “we wanted to pay back the gift we received from those who came before us. We also want to pay forward for those who will come after us for the benefit of the girls who attend CSG today and for the benefit of the girls who will attend CSG tomorrow—all of whom will be the leaders of our future.”

THE BEAUTIFUL, CUTTING-EDGE PHYSICAL FACILITIES . . . ARE EMBLEMATIC OF THE SCHOOL’S HOLISTIC APPROACH TO LEARNING

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During the celebration, Head of School Jennifer Ciccarelli remarked to the gathered crowd, “When I arrived on campus last year, I remember thinking how incredible this campus was! It is the physical manifestation of a ‘complete education.’ The role of arts and Athletics are critical to a CSG education. The Wellness Center has given our amazing student athletes the tools to compete at the highest level. The Agnes Jeffrey Shedd Theater has provided an amazing acoustical experience for our performers and audiences. And there is such a sense of joy each day when I enter the Ruch Dining Room. What an inviting space for the girls to enjoy their lunch while

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enhancing our ability to connect as a community!” Lavea Brachman ’80, Chair of the Board of Trustees remarked, “The Landmark Campaign’s impact achieved its goal, which is to support the vision for a 21st Century education at Columbus School for Girls. The beautiful, cutting-edge physical facilities—our new health and wellness center, swimming pool, and theater—are emblematic of the school’s holistic approach to learning that only further strengthens and supports the excellent academic experience at the school.” Kim Rice Wilson P’17 was instrumental in raising funds for the campaign. “My lasting memory of the Landmark Campaign will be how so many people, who deeply care about CSG, all came together to make this campaign successful and to make these new facilities a reality. Parents, grandparents, alumnae, corporations, faculty, staff, board members, and friends gave to this campaign in so many critical ways. It has been an amazing privilege to see first-hand the impact the School has made on innumerable students and their families. The legacy of this campaign will be that CSG will continue to make such an impact on future families for years to come.”

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6 (All left to right): 1. Jill Levy ’70 and Sally Levy 2. Amy Bodiker ’90 and Connie Bodiker ’54 3. Leslie Knott and Ann Beeson 4. Lesley Wilson Schaab ’70 and Karl Schaab 5. Tom Rice, Jean Rice, Kim Rice Wilson ’80, Jim Wilson, Courtney Rice Bosca ’83, and Christopher Bosca 6. Nancy Jeffrey 7. Charlotte Power Kessler ’61, Katie Kessler Chatas ’84, Geoff Chatas, and Liza Kessler ’86 8. Webb Vorys and Liz Vorys 9. Richard McKee and Beth Crane ’69 10. Phil Carlin, Kate Carlin Giller ’87, and Sally Carlin; 11. Legacy Wall

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Second Annual Scholars Gala a Success! On Saturday, April 25, 2015, Columbus School for Girls hosted its second annual Scholars Gala at Le Meridien Columbus, The Joseph. Over 300 community members gathered to further CSG’s mission to embrace the vitality of a diverse community by providing need-based financial aid to qualified families for whom it would otherwise not be an option. Led by a committee of dedicated volunteers, the Gala raised $161,000 to help enrich and empower girls in our community and to provide a curriculum for the entire student body that reflects multiple cultures and global connectedness. The evening began with Pizzuti Collection Curator and CSG Alumna Rebecca McCabe Ibel ’84’s presentation on the artwork displayed in the hotel gallery. Throughout the evening, guests perused the art, alongside sculptural floral arrangements custom designed for the Scholars Gala, and an amazing selection of silent auction packages. During the live auction, a donor offered last minute to make a $5,000 contribution to the Scholars Fund if 10 families came forward to give $500 each. The community stepped up and, in less than a minute, completed this challenge and raised an additional $10,000 for scholarships. It was a wonderful show of the generosity in our community! The Scholars Gala is the primary fundraiser for CSG’s Scholars Fund. For the 2014-2015 school year, 27 percent of students enrolled at CSG benefited from the financial aid this fund provides. To our dedicated committee, attendees, donors and sponsors, we offer our sincere thanks. Your participation makes the CSG community stronger and more vibrant, and we are extremely grateful for your support!

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STAFF NEWS

CSG Says Goodbye to Five Retirees CSG bids farewell to five distinguished faculty member who retired this year, representing 106 years of service to the School. Each has had a profound impact on CSG and its students. You will all be dearly missed! We wish you only the best on all of your future endeavors.

Michael Burton

Debbie Charna

Veronica Leahy

19 years at CSG

15 years at CSG

19 years at CSG

Taught Form IV, V, VI, and VII Science

Served as Literacy Specialist for

Taught English in the Upper School and

PYC and Lower School

served as English Department Chair

Martha Shaw

Felicity Steele

28 years at CSG

25 years at CSG

Taught 3 year olds through Form V girls

Taught Technology in the Lower School

in the library

New Faces Dana Booth, Chief Development Officer As CSG’s Chief Development Officer,

Jeff Grunewald, Director of Information Technology As CSG’s Director of Information

Dana leads the fundraising and alum-

Technology, Jeff manages all technol-

nae relations team. Dana Booth comes

ogy-based services and support staff.

to CSG with over 25 years of nonprofit

He’s spent his entire career in IT and

leadership and fundraising experience

database administration for non-

in both education and arts institutions

profits and schools in both Ohio and

large and small in the Northeast and

North Carolina. He specializes in web

Midwest. She most recently served as

development. Prior to joining CSG,

an Assistant Vice President for The Ohio State University,

Jeff served as the Director of Technology for The Graham

where she worked for 17 years. Her previous private school

Family of Schools and Manager of Information Services at

experience includes working as Director of Institutional

North Carolina Community Foundation. Jeff is a Columbus

Advancement at the Berkeley Carroll School in Brooklyn,

native and graduate of The Ohio State University. Jeff lives

New York. Dana and her husband, Bruce MacLaughlin, live

with his wife Elizabeth in Upper Arlington. In his spare time,

in Powell, and have two children, Delia and Ian. In her spare

he can often be found making web sites. He is also a big fan

time, she enjoys watching her children swim and compete

of consuming irreverent sitcoms full of long-running gags

in competitions. (Read her full biography in the Annual

and reading comic books.

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ALUMNAE WEEKEND

Kitty Morton Epler ’62 Receives Alumna of the Year Award CSG is proud to announce that Kitty Morton Epler ’62 was named the 2015 Alumna of the Year at an award ceremony on Friday, April 24, 2015, during the annual Alumnae Weekend. “I’m so honored to receive this fabulous award,” Epler Kitty Morton Epler ’62, recipient of the CSG Alumna of Year Award

said. The Alumna of the Year rep-

Rebekah Green McClelland ’99 Inducted Into CSG Athletic Hall of Fame Rebekah Green McClelland ’99 was inducted into the Columbus School for Girls Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, April 24, 2015, during an induction ceremony as part of the annual Alumnae Weekend festivities. During her time at CSG, McClelland was an exemplary athlete. She received 11 varsity letters in three sports. She won the individual state track title in Shot Put three consecutive years: 1997, 1998, and 1999. She also won the State Championship in Discus in 1998 and 1999. She holds the School’s record for Shot Put. She is also the Division

resents the highest principles of CSG, has shown consistent

II State record holder in Shot Put and Discus. She is an

interest in and loyalty to the School, has made outstanding

11-time High School All American in Shot Put, Discus, and

contributions in her area of endeavor, and demonstrated

Javelin. Rebekah also won the USA Track and Field Junior

the value of her CSG education. Thus, the essence of the

National Championship in the Shot Put in 1999.

Alumna of the Year Award is to spotlight a woman who stands out from others for her contribution in her chosen career or community life. She is a woman that CSG is proud to claim, and this award is meant to recognize the highest level of her adult accomplishments.

Her amazing high school career took her to Kansas State University, where she was a full scholarship student-athlete. At Kansas State, she earned both an indoor and outdoor individual Big 12 Championship in Shot Put. She also led her Track and Field team to two consecutive Big 12

Epler’s involvement in the community and at CSG exem-

Outdoor Championships. Rebekah was named a five-time

plifies why she is the Alumna of Year Award recipient for

NCAA Collegiate All American.

2015. Epler is widely known in Columbus for her commitment to giving back and making the community a better place. She has volunteered and served on many boards for numerous community organizations, including Columbus

In 2004, McClelland was an Olympic Trials Competitor. In that same year, she was named to the National Athletic Jewish Hall of Fame.

Cancer Clinic, Franklin Park Conservatory, Thurber House,

Congratulations go to Rebekah Green McClelland ’99 for

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, The Topiary Park, Phoenix

her outstanding athletic achievements!

Theater, Trinity Episcopal Church, and CATCO Board of Directors. At CSG, she has served on the Alumnae Board in the positions of President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary; CSG Board of Trustees from 1997-2003; Centennial Committee, and Capital Campaign. During her speech to the audience in the Agnes Jeffrey Shedd Theater, Epler said “I want to talk to you about what brings us here today in this place, in this school, with other graduates and Upper School students. The School founders started the traditions. It was to have a renaissance experience for all of our students – so they could be the very best that they could be. Today, that continues to happen.” She ended her speech with one important request. “It’s

CSG Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee Rebekah Green McClelland ’99 stands center with Athletic Director Megan Henry on her left and Head of School Jennifer Ciccarelli on her right.

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ALUMNAE WEEKEND

This year, Alumnae Weekend was held on Friday, April 24, 2015, and more than 160 alumnae attended the event!

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CLASS NEWS 1932 Class Representative: Virginia Kurtz Ebinger

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1934 Class Representative: Mary Ruth Essex Patterson

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their jobs and found a niche for their lives and my life too on a much slower pace. Trips that I’ve taken, people I’ve met, are all a delightful blend. Even worries and illnesses got stirred into the mix, but sooner or later, they’d end. “And so, dear classmates, as I approach ‘old age,’ I wish each of you well and hope your memories are loaded with laughter, not tears, and that your lives, so far, seem to gel. “So, let’s kick off our shoes, grab a glass of good wine, and find a good book to read. Get a pillow or two, pick up the cat, and think up more great things to do!”

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1943 Class Representative: Jane Mitcheltree Werum Jane Mitcheltree Werum writes, “Marylea Price Fleig came from California to a greatniece’s wedding in early May, and Mary Morse Caito, Joyce Baltzell Dargusch, and I met her for lunch and ‘catching up.’ Pat Gumble Grayson had planned to join us, but a bad storm had blocked her with no power and her street blocked with fallen trees. Ellen Stoneman Vorys also couldn’t join us from her home in Granville. The rest of us had a splendid time with many CSG memories. Wish the rest of you could have been there too. We missed you!”

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Joanne (Joey) Vercoe Cooper writes, “Hello everybody—I now have my four children, eight grandchildren and five great-grandsons. So, I visit Florida and Maryland. No more Florida home, but I still have our Michigan home and will be leaving for there soon. My life is busy. I play bridge several times a week and the doctors’ appointments are more frequent— seems something is always going wrong. But I still have a great love of reading and that keeps me well occupied. That, and the family, and what friends are still around. “How many of us left? Write me if you are so inspired or call me: 1360 La Rochelle Drive, Columbus, OH 43221, 614.451.5512” It is with great sadness that we report the death of Peggy Zimmerman Hallock. Peggy passed away on April 30, 2015, at the age of 88 years old. Peggy’s sisters are the late Marylou Zimmerman Corotis ’42 and the late Gene Zimmerman Guerin ’39. Peggy’s niece is also a CSG alumna, Jenny Corotis Barnes ’81.

1945 Class Representative Needed Sue Guggenheim Cohn continues to be active with her five great-grandchildren (Tobey, Maggie, Oliver, Hadley, and Emerson) and her three kids all in the Columbus area. She sends her “best” to everyone out there in her class. She still enjoys playing bridge with friends, working out, and counts her blessings every day!

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Class Representative: Suzanne Kibler Morris

Marguerite Hillman Beam writes, “I am still living alone, as Jim died in ’08. My son Michael and his lovely wife live in Melbourne, Australia, and my daughter Molly lives in Akron, Ohio, about a half hour drive from me. I am 92 years old, and it’s a great age with millions of memories to share. From when I was little, and knew everything, to now when my knowledge seems scarce. There were those wonderful years when I watched my kids grow so full of knowledge and grace. Then they nailed down

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Members of the Class of 1943 meet for lunch: Marylea Price Fleig, Joyce Baltzell Dargusch, Jane Mitcheltree Werum, and Mary Morse Caito.

Nancy Dunn Williams writes, “As I said last time, keeping in touch with my classmates is a mixed blessing. In general, I am very impressed with their sense of humor and resolve to carry on. They all report happy memories of our days at CSG. Some of us are traveling and others are staying closer to home. Bev Prentiss Dunkel visited Cancun and swam with the dolphins. Sally Luethi Havens toured Bexley, viewing her childhood home and those of classmates. Patti B. Davisson Skinner stays busy helping her two granddaughters. Donna Cole Egan and her husband Mike enjoy


the company of their many grown children in Atlanta. My news is that I have retired after many rewarding years as a psychologist.”

1947 Class Representative: Jane Maize Stone Patricia Goss Dick writes, “Hello to the class of ’47! I hope this finds you all doing well.” It is with great sadness that we report the death of Joyce Madison Jacobs on April 16, 2015, at the age of 86 years old.

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1949 Class Representative: Barbara Spencer Jones

1950 Class Representative: Judith Gibson Stone

1951 Class Representative: Nancy Cottingham Johnson Nancy Cottingham Johnson writes, “Susan Hayward Collins is taking a group to Banff, Lake Louise, and Jasper, Canada, next summer. She is currently where she is most summers, in her mountain home in Toxaway, North Carolina, about a half hour away from Greenville. Her granddaughter Maggie Hard is in New York working in plays, hoping for a break. She graduated in the Tesch part of NYU with honors. Susan loves going to New York to see Maggie in whatever play with her own daughters Suzanne and Lisa. We wish all the best to Maggie. ‘Break a leg’, isn’t that way they say? If you are in New York, look up plays with Maggie Hard as an actress! “Jean Kramer Findeis took a cruise to Alaska last summer with five family members. She says it is the first trip she hasn’t planned for herself, but did enjoy as they made their own side trips. It was the Inline Passage Way, by boat or plane, as there weren’t many roads where they went. No trips are planned for a while, as the family is busy with her apart of it. “Joan Evans Taylor is doing well with family, as son Andy is about to be married to Tracy. Joan does a lot with her church, St. Alban’s in Bexley. She did take a trip to Montreal, Quebec, and Ottawa in Canada with daughters Laura Taylor ’80 and Katie Taylor ’78.

1950 – 65th Reunion “Joanne Slater Hoffman spends most of her time at home cooking and cleaning. Her daughters Kathy and Betsy are close in town. “Ginnie Stage Lineback is still the most fun to call as she says about anything and is laughing all the way through this new period in our lives. She answered ‘how are you?’ with creekin’ about like the broad I am.’ Maybe you need to hear the inflections, but we both laughed a while. Her husband Ken passed away about a year and a half ago and has been by herself for a very long time. Thank goodness she hasn’t lost her sense of humor! Son Kenny lives in Savannah, South Carolina, and Keith, being a pilot with US Airways (about to be American) and a wife who is a stewardess with US Airways, but not on the same flight, pass in the night, as they say. Thus, Ginnie is very much alone doing actually nothing but what she chooses. “Barbara Ebner Lutz is currently in upper Michigan packing up ‘The Cabin’ before it is sold. One is wondering where she will put all these things. “Nancy Cottingham Johnson is currently at home in Upper Arlington with her husband of 49 years, DeVere. Ladies, that’s #2 for 10 years before (I may yet make 50 years, but of course that’s not long anymore). Nancy’s granddaughter Kathy and her husband Sieg along with their three children, Addie (7), Hayden (4), and Preston (2.5), have moved to Charleston, South Carolina, actually Summerville, as he had his office there with Bank of America. Son Jim and wife Lorraine live a door away, as do his two boys, Connor and Corey. Connor is currently in Germany with his Uncle Axel, who owns two IT companies there. Connor did

his internship with Axel. Both boys attended Columbus State and then OSU. Nancy still plays Alpha Phi Bridge at Scioto Country Club for lunch and a Dinner Dance Club meeting at various clubs. They have live bands too! Fabulous! We do many church things and many family dinners, especially birthdays.”

1952 Class Representative: Barbara Swisher Kelly Nancy Slade Brennan writes, “Redwood City, Connecticut, is our new home. It’s also home to our son Jonathan, who has lived here for 20 years. His daughter Alicia graduated from high school in the spring. How time flies!” Betsy Blocker Kidwell writes, “Ladies, recently our Class Representative Barbara Swisher Kelly had open heart surgery out in New Mexico. She is still in pain and has recently lost her husband Bob. I’m sure she’s be so pleased to hear from you all. Her e-mail address is barbsloghome@gmail.com.”

1953 Class Representative Needed Sara Brackman Chandler is twice widowed, and lives in Vero Beach, Florida. She is very active, walks three miles a day, plays golf, and swims. She went to Cuba for her 80th birthday. Jo Bruny Griswold lives in Virginia with her husband Grant on their 150-acre farm which is rented out to farmers who hay and raise Hereford Cattle and Boer Goats.

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1955 Class Representative: Bobbie Isaac Weiler Bobbie Isaac Weiler writes, “Well, Ladies, lots to report this time so I will get right to it.

1955 – 60th Reunion Sue Brubaker Allen lives in Vermont on a hillside where she has extensive flower gardens and a family of foxes. Her daughter J’Amy lives on a farm nearby. In March, Sandra Yenkin Levine and Sally Lane Crabtree met Sue for a CSG reunion in Vermont. Sue plans a safari trip to Botswana in August.

Sally Lane Crabtree lives in Andover, Massachusetts, with her husband Doug. She had a recent painting installation with sound and dancers, called: “Slavic Women Throwing Furniture off the Roof.” She makes annual visits to Ohio to visit the family farm and her brother Bill Lane.

Barbara Wagstaff Lowry lives in Ohio and is adored by her seven cats. She has had multiple knee surgeries but is doing well. Barbara also keeps in touch with Nancy Cramer Dickerson.

Penny Packard is doing a lot of reading and would love phone calls from class-mates (614.775.0710).

Sandra Yenkin Levine lives in West Newton, Massachusetts. A birthday brunch included CSG graduates Sally Lane Crabtree, Nancy Lurie Salzman ’50, Judy Yenkin Brachman ’56, and Linda Yenkin ’59. Sandra is working on a memoir to honor her husband and his family.

Sharon Henry Zaharee bravely faces many aging challenges. Sally Lou Kirkendall McDonald is very active, playing tennis and swimming. She plays bridge with friends and enjoys visits from family. Barbara Ratner keeps active in politics, a lifelong interest for her. Nancy Coughlin Lucas lives in Florida and periodically returns to Ohio to visit her sister Oralee Coughlin Finnigan ’52.

1954 Class Representative: Bette Abel Young

Sandra Yenkin Levine and Sally Lane Crabtree visiting Sue Brubaker Allen at Sue’s home in Vermont last spring for a mini Class of 1953 reunion.

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It is with great sadness that we report the death of Joseph Sugar, Jr., on May 7, 2015, at the age of 82 years old. He was Dorothy Sugar Ziegler ’55’s brother and Sally Byers Sugar ’54’s brother-in-law. Mr. Sugar was also Susan Sugar Gerlach ’80’s father and Amy Rau Sugar ’87’s father-in-law. Joseph’s grandchildren include: Emily Gerlach ’05, Charlotte Gerlach ’06, Sally Sugar ’12, and Sophia Sugar ’14.

“First reunion news: the picture tells all. We had a total of ten former classmates, at one time or another – all hail to Rosamond Brown Vaule, Sylvia English Haller, and Esther Webster Summers who came from out of town. Ann Abbott, Connie Crabbe Dehlendorf, Anne Johnston Redner, June Loving, Dorothy Sugar Ziegler and, particularly Saundra Dombey Cooke, and I were the stalwarts from Columbus. Everyone participated at various times from lunch and a tour of the school on Friday followed by the alumnae meeting which honored Kitty Morton Epler ’62. That evening we enjoyed cocktails and appetizers at school followed by dinner at Black Point, a swinging new restaurant in the Short North. Saturday noon saw us in the Short North again at another high sport, The Guild House. This is attached to Columbus’ newest hotel, The Joseph. After lunch most of us walked across High Street to the new art museum of contemporary art owned by Ron Pizzuti, a good friend of CSG. The gallery is curated by former alum Rebecca McCabe Ibel ’84. Both Ron and Rebecca were on hand, so we received super VIP tours with a very personal touch. “That evening, thanks to Saundra Dombey Cooke who sponsored us, we had a lovely dinner at New Albany Country Club. So you see, we covered the city and ate particularly well. We who were present had a grand time although we did miss those of you who weren’t there. Sure hope we all can gather in 2020 for 65. No weddings, no parties, no nothings should interfere! “Lots of other news to report so I will do it briefly and alphabetically. “Rosamond Brown Vaule received high honor for her outstanding service on Massachusetts Arts Council, the Commonwealth Award, the highest tribute the state can pay a citizen. We did not hear this from her but she should be most proud and we are for her. “Connie Crabbe Dehlendorf and husband Mike are taking a driving trip across New England to see friends and, of course, to return to Middlebury. “Anne Johnston Redner’s daughter Carol has been appointed to the Michigan Council for the Arts by Governor Rich Snyder. She is on the committee for policy and funding. “June Loving has spent the summer in Florida. With all the rain we have had, we do not blame her.


“Jane Peters Ward and husband Dick missed reunion because they were on a cruise down the Elba River with a former CSG faculty member Judy Clovis and her husband Al. “Not sure of my facts but I think Dorothy Sugar Ziegler said she had the only alum granddaughter graduating this year. In any case, Samantha Ziegler ’15 is on her way to High Point for college next year. “We Columbus-ites are to lunch in a few weeks with Marcia Willcox McHam who will be in town for the wedding of Connie Aldrich Bodiker ’54’s daughter Amy Bodiker ’90. “To all, either we loved seeing you or we missed you. Next time, be there! Best to you for the rest of the summer and early fall.” It is with great sadness, we report the death of Joseph Sugar, Jr., on May 7, 2015, at the age of 82 years old. He was Dorothy Sugar Ziegler ’55’s brother and Sally Byers Sugar ’54’s brother-in-law. Mr. Sugar was also Susan Sugar Gerlach ’80’s father and Amy Rau Sugar ’87’s father-in-law. Joseph’s grandchildren include: Emily Gerlach ’05, Charlotte Gerlach ’06, Sally Sugar ’12, and Sophia Sugar ’14.

1956 Class Representative: Andrea Smith Lorig Joanna Walz Foster writes, “Jerry and I have had another good year. Jerry has met the challenges to his health with good natured perseverance. We have returned to our summer house in Ashland, Oregon, to be with Jerry’s daughter Sheila, her husband Ben, and seven-year-old daughter Clarity. Clarity is much like Sheila only in miniature: bright, talented, and possessing great stamina. Sons Scott and stepson Brad joined us with their families. Scott comes for the Fourth of July, and Brad’s family joined us in August. Grandchildren range from seven to 19 years old. All are in school and active in all sorts of things from skate boarding to theater. We are blessed that all is well.”

Andrea Smith Lorig and Sue Andreae Brown barging the Garonne Canal in southern France.

Andrea Smith Lorig writes, “With husbands in tow, Sue Andreae Brown and I spent several weeks afoot and afloat in Toulouse, rural France, and Paris. True to form, we left before the taxi drivers in Paris rioted. You will note that unrest follows where Sue goes. Makes you wonder? It’s a year of changes for the Lorig family. Husband Bruce will be closing his development business in the fall. For better or worse, but never for lunch…I hope. My small horse farm has sold so August will be devoted to saying farewell to boarders who have been with me for years and staging a huge equipment sale. Any of you need a dandy tractor? We will do our annual migration to northern Michigan for the Annual Lorig Mosquito Feed and Poison Ivy Fest. That’s about it. “With sadness, we report the passing of another of our classmates, Patsy Soderstrom Shellie. Patsy was a lesson to us all who, despite crippling Polio in our high school years, soldiered on with great courage and humor.” It is with great sadness that we report the death of Patty Park Bowman on June 17, 2015, at age 77, after a long struggle with illness. Patty’s sister is Barby Park Goldschmid ’59. Sadly, Sally Cunningham Blackstad’s sister Kathy Cunningham Clarkson ’59 passed away on June 14, 2015, in St. Louis, Missouri. Kathy is survived by her daughters Sara and Jenny Potterton and sister Ginny Cunningham ’61.

1957 Class Representative: Linda Gerstenfeld Cheren Judy Pass Redd writes, “I spent several weeks with my daughter in Mt. Shasta, California. In fact, I have decided to move there in a couple of years. Meanwhile, this has been a very busy summer for me. One son was with me. My granddaughter was with me for the summer. My grandson was with me for another two weeks. My daughter, her husband, and their son stayed for three weeks. Then, I went to Philadelphia for two weeks. Tired already. My challenge is meals for eight people. It’ll be fun! As for my health, I do excerise at my ‘Y,’ walk, and cycle for three miles.” Marilyn Masson McRae writes, “On June 12, 2014, I had a total reverse right shoulder replacement and bone graft. One August 16, 2014, our grandson Chad McRae was married to Leanne Thompson at his other grandmother’s log home near Sunbury, Ohio. Chad and his attendants dressed in camouflage, Leanne wore white, and her attendants wore bright orange.”

1958 Class Representative: Malinda Kilbourne Boyd Malinda Kilbourne Boyd writes, “Anne McKee Rex recently celebrated her birthday at the home of Malinda Kilbourne Boyd in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. Anne came down from her home in Charlotte, North Carolina, to purchase a car she that she had located on the Internet. “Lynn Miller Cooper reports that her son Scott and his wife Diane travel to Paris every two months to shop for French antiques for their shop in Boston. Lynn also reports that her grandson, Nicholas, has been accepted at Syracuse University beginning with studies the fall. “Malinda Kilbourne Boyd and her husband Richard spent two weeks in Prague and Vienna earlier this summer. Their daughter Gretchen, who teaches accounting at the University of Texas, had a three-week teaching assignment in Prague and was joined by her husband and their three children. Malinda and Richard are also taking a Viking cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam in August.”

1959 Class Representative: Monin Lopez Dreebin Lynn Haverick Ryan writes, “Tom and I spent a wonderful week in June celebrating our 50th wedding anniversary in the Turks and Caicos with our children and grandchildren. We are going to NYC in September where we honeymooned (two days!) to celebrate the actual date. We feel very blessed.” With great sadness, we report that Barby Park Goldschmid’s sister Patty Park Bowman ’56 passed away on June 17, 2015, at age 77. With great sadness, we report that Kathy Cunningham Clarkson ’59 passed away on June 14, 2015, in St. Louis, Missouri. Kathy is survived by her daughters Sara and Jenny Potterton and sisters Ginny Cunningham ’61 and Sally Cunningham Blackstad ’56.

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1960 Class Representative: Carolyn Thomas Christy Penny Utley Shyjka writes, “Life is always new and for me its two new joint replacements this year. Our four grandsons are all at Camp Kawanhee in Maine. It gives them a chance to see each other a bit.”

1961 Class Representative: Anne Kirsten Wilder Ginny Cunningham writes, “My sister Kathy Cunningham Clarkson ’59 passed away on June 14, 2015, in St. Louis, Missouri. In addition to me, Kathy is survived by her daughters, Sara and Jenny Potterton and Sally Cunningham Blackstad ’56 (our older sister).”

1962 Class Representative: Patricia Tice Offenberg Diana Clatworthy Morgan writes, “It was a joy to be at this year’s Alumnae Weekend luncheon when my classmate Kitty Morton Epler was honored with Alumna of the Year! Well deserved!! Great friends are my classmates of 1962—all these many years!!”

1963 Class Representative Needed Carol Andreae and Jim Garland’s son Jeff Garland married Astrid Werner in Princeton, New Jersey, on June 13, 2015. They live in Boston where Jeff is a public defender and Astrid is a resident in ophthalmology. Good to have both a lawyer and a doctor in the family. Members of the Class of 1963 who gathered to meet the newlyweds were Maureen Stevens Shedenhelm, Joy White Culp, Carol Andreae, Pam Pryor, Molly Mollenauer Kyle, and Doodie Gorrell Frank. After a 14-year hiatus, Pam Pryor finally got back to France. No Paris this time, but a wonderful trip to Toulouse, where her niece Hallie was teaching English to elementary school children. After a week in that vibrant city, Pam drove through Provence, staying with strangers in Airbnbs and practicing her French with everyone she met. She traveled to Aix-en-Provence, Avignon, Cassis, Marseille, and many villages along the way. Pam ended her adventure on the Riviera, including Cannes, Antibes, and finally Nice, a city with so much beauty and charm. She hopes to visit it again someday. Ted and Doodie Gorrell Frank took an exciting three-week trip with six friends to Australia

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and New Zealand in April. Ted braved the Sydney Bridge Climb, but nobody had the guts to join the bungee jumping at Kawarau Bridge in New Zealand! Daughter Rachel and husband Juan Migone welcomed baby Abigail in June. She joins six-year-old brother Gabe. Older daughter Carrie was awarded tenure in the Naval Architecture Department at the Naval Academy as well as a year’s sabbatical. Aase Moller-Hansen writes, “Finally our grandson Troy came for a visit with his parents Julie and Tim. Having them visit for two weeks was just great.” Cynthia Yenkin Levinson writes, “I have two nonfiction books for young readers being published: “Watch Out for Flying Kids: How Two Circuses, Two Countries, and Nine Kids Confront Conflict and Build Community (Peachtree Publishers), for 10- to 14-year-olds, will have come out in August 2015. It focuses on nine kids who perform in two youth social circuses.

These programs bring together kids who would not otherwise meet, aiming to change the world one contortionist, juggler, and tumbler at a time. The circuses are composed of black and white children in St. Louis and of Arabs and Jews in the Galilee. To do the research, I visited both programs several times and even tried out wire-walking, juggling, minitrampoline, globe-walking, trapeze, lyra, and silks. I failed at every one and have the videos to prove it. “Hillary Rodham Clinton: Do All the Good You Can (Balzer & Bray/HarperCollins), for 8- to 12-year-olds, will come out in January 2016. Because the former secretary lived across the hall from me in college, I was able to interview a number of her friends and staff. The book includes fun, child-friendly stories.”

Jillian Phillips writes, “I conducted five Introduction to Tai Chi classes at my alma mater Columbus School for Girls in May. There were 20 students who signed up for a program that promoted trying something new, and Tai Chi was one of the choices. They were incredible, and I am so proud of the way they caught on to the movements. Since I had only a short time to deliver the message, learning the concept of it was more important than perfecting any of the movements. We are a fast-food society (so-to-speak). So slowing down was a challenge and maintaining the Tai Chi Stance in general remains an interesting concept. Tai Chi, after all, is a different way of moving. They perked up for the application in Members of the class of 1963 at Carol Andreae’s son’s martial arts techniques, so that will probably wedding: Maureen Stevens Shedenhelm, Joy White stick with them. Plus I added a Primal Yell at Culp, Carol Andreae, Pam Pryor, Molly Mollenauer Kyle, the end of the warm-ups that comes from and Doodie Gorrell Frank. your Dantien breath, so that was of interest as well. They have a lot of energy and this was the first time most had heard of the internal Qi energy. Wu Ping, CSG’s Mandarin Chinese teacher, put this program together and learned the Tai Chi along with them but I learned more from this than everyone combined...usually that’s the way it is. I am a Premier Instructor at taichiforhealthinstitute. org, a Certified Tai Chi for Arthritis Instructor, and a Certified Tai Chi for Arthritis for Falls Prevention Instructor. This particular Tai Chi Aase Moller-Hansen’s grandson Troy came to has its origins from the SUN style.” Denmark!

1964 Class Representative: Carla Pollock Lane and Linda Benua With great sadness, we announce the death of Carol Spiro Barger. Carol passed away on June 28, 2015 at the age of 69 years old.

Jillian Phillips and CSG Mandarin Chinese teacher Wu Ping during May Program.


1965 Class Representative Needed

1966 Class Representative: Kathryn Jeffrey

1967 Class Representative: Carol Benua Major

1968 Class Representative Needed Rosalind M. Mercier was a guest for one last time at the gracious Palm Beach home of family friend, the late Vicomtesse de Rosière (Harriet Moeller ’46) by the kind invitation of her son, Roland. Rosalind firmed up some portrait commissions for her art, danced at balls, drank too much champagne, swam with the dogs, visited Mar-a-Lago and the studio of a well-known Palm Beach artist, tackled the surf on the lovely quiet beach, and just soaked up the good life. Roland then visited here and introduced more friends to his upcoming tours of Europe. Rosalind is now back to whipping-in for Rocky Fork Headley Hunt, playing bad tennis, rescuing too many animals, and trying to get some art done.

1969 Class Representative: Candace Corson

1970 Class Representative: Jill Levy

1970 – 45th Reunion Harris, Susie Smith Shages, Lynne Aronson, Rose Ann Coleman Kolar, Janie Marr Werum, Denise Page Hood, Anne Jeffrey Wright, and Chris Heer Dill for cocktails and then off to Sara and Al Harris’ home where with boys included the real fun began.

Schmidt Austen, her mother Sarah, and Leslie Huntington, to which I was late for Bloody Marys, but right on time to try on (and buy at greatly reduced prices) some fabulous clothes that Sally brought with her. Now that was an unexpected treat!

“Saturday there was a catered brunch at my house where we were joined by some of our parents including Nancy Jeffrey, Sally Levy, Sarah Schmidt, Nancy Page, and Franz Huntington (the only boy allowed). Saturday night was bowling at the Athletic Club, an event planned by Chris Heer Dill with the added attraction of Kitty Porter Young and husbands. Unfortunately, I had a previous engagement and could not make it but I understand it was a highlight of the weekend. Someone else has to share all the hilarity with the rest of us.

“For me, sharing this weekend with such wonderful women felt like being wrapped in cotton and silk…protected, enveloped in love and safe to be me; especially in this very vulnerable time. I thank everyone for being such dear friends.”

“Sunday, I found myself in a part of Columbus I had never seen, Marble Cliff, visiting Sally

Leslie Huntington writes, “I was at school lunch, going back and forth between our class and mother (Sally Orr Stone ’50)’s (1950 = 65th reunion). After we took our seats, and the presentation to Kitty Morton Epler ’62 concluded, several of us stayed and played in the lobby of the new theater. Sally applied flash tattoos to Kim, Whitney, Engracia, Denise, and me!”

Jill Levy writes, “Our 45th Reunion is now officially over. The end of the weekend could not quell all the wonderful feelings we generated throughout the weekend. “For those of you who were not able to join us, it was the BEST reunion ever! Even CSG’s truncated version could not dampen our enthusiasm and joy at being together. Starting at lunch where the bright smiles from Sally Schmidt Austen, Engracia Dougherty, Kim Williams, Mary Whitney Jastram Kelly, Dia Mitchell Canter, Lesley Wilson Schaab, and Leslie Huntington greeted me in the farthest corner of the new dining room. From there we traipsed over to the new theater and SAT IN OUR SEATS! Joined there later by Beth Byers Sells, Babsy Summer Glazier, Pam McMurray Foote, Susan Leach Madden, Sara Smith The Class of 1970 celebrates their 45th reunion with some bowling!

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1972 Class Representative Needed

1973 Class Representative: Marla Lumbert-Smith Cole It is with great sadness that we report the death of Lydia Stephan. Lydia died on November 1, 2014, after a short illness with cancer. She completed 26 years as a pediatric flight nurse at University of North Carolina Memorial Hospital.

1974 Class Representative: Muffy Hamilton Parsons

1975 – 40th Reunion Kitty Porter Young writes, “It is a perfect reflection of an amazing weekend. I am truly sorry that I missed 2/3 of the fun… ‘With voices resounding’. –Kitty.”

Recovery Center and Hospital, Massachusetts’ flagship state psychiatric hospital. In that position, she oversees 28 social workers as well as patient-benefits staff. As her proud big sis, I figured I should toot a horn for Jackie.”

Sara Smith Harris writes, “I am sorry you missed the bowling shoes and gutter balls but we are doing it again at our 50th! So get your game face on!”

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Chris Heer Dill writes, “…clear your calendar for the next bowling party (Sara remind me in five years that we want to bowl again!), because no matter if we are dressed to go to a cocktail party, a luncheon, or bowling we always manage to have lots of laughs and a good time!” Susie Smith Shages writes, “I have never had so much fun and I cannot wait for our 50th! We have to bowl again with Chris (if only to see Leslie wear flat bowling shoes with her sparkly clothes) and party at Sara’s and lunch with Jill and tattoo with Sally and sit in our chairs and catch up with everybody that we haven’t seen in ages!”

Class Representative: Teri Gockenbach Catherine Stephenson writes, “I have my own consulting practice and I work with clients in commercial real estate, providing strategic planning, project management, and management analysis. I continue to travel adventurously and experience various forms of performing arts as much as possible. My sister Janet Stephenson Carlock ’74 is a Case Manager with Bayada Home Health Care Services in New Hampshire.”

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Ann Hamilton

Class Representative Needed Ann McCabe is in her fourth of five years as an Illinois commissioner regulating public utilities. Ann focuses on smart grid implementation, cyber security, and electric retail choice and serves on several boards. She and husband Bill Houston live west of Wrigley Field in Chicago. She reports that her sister Michele McCabe Guyard is still in France, enjoying her two grandsons, family, and consulting. Brothers Sean and Harold live in Naples, Florida. She says that it was great to see classmates during the reunion this April. With great sadness, we report the death of Donna Huff, mother of Carol Huff and Maria Huff ’85, on January 24, 2015. She was 82 years old.

Barbara Monett writes, “Sounds like everyone had a great time! See you at the 50th! I spent a delightful few days with Atlanta resident, Robert Monett (Columbus Academy ’66), enjoying my side of the country, the Santa Cruz, California, area. Fun, fun, fun!” Helen Cummins Strahinich ’67 writes, “I’m writing with some news for your next Forte et Gratum, not about myself, but about my sister, Jackie Cummins Ducharme. Jackie wasn’t able to attend her 45th reunion, so her old chums likely don’t know about the huge job she’s been doing since 2012: Jackie is the Director of Social Work at Worcester

Ohio State art professor, visual artist, and CSG Alumna Ann Hamilton received the National Medal of Arts from President Barack Obama in September 2015. She is internationally known for her multimedia installations.

1976 Class Representative: Michelle Gockenbach Lewis

1977 Class Representative: Constance Staber

Cathy Crompton and Sally Crane Cox at the Celebration of Extraordinary Women Luncheon.

After many years of living in Columbus, Debby Reynolds Barnhart, her husband Don, and daughter Lauren have moved to Brunswick,


Maine. Her daughter is attending and playing basketball for Colby College is Waterville, Maine. Debby and Don are enjoying traveling throughout the New England area watching her play. They have a Saint Bernard mix puppy that loves her new home too. Cathy Crompton is the Chair of the Women’s Partnership Fund, an affiliate of the Springfield Foundation. Cathy asked her fellow CSG alumna Sally Crane Cox ’75 to deliver the keynote address at their annual Celebration of Extraordinary Women Luncheon. As would be expected, each did a fantastic job. It is with great sadness that Constance Staber reports the passing of her mother, Ruth Ellen Staber, at the age of 91 on June 26, 2015. Constance writes, “Not only was she my mom but she was also my best friend. I take solace and it gives me much peace to know that she is now in the arms of God and my dad. I miss her dearly but I know that one day I will see her again.”

1978 Class Representative: Kate Estabrook Schoedinger Kate Estabrook Schoedinger writes, Kate “A new milestone met: two kids in college! Liza is a senior at High Point University and Ferd is a freshman at University of Dayton. Remembering the days when they were first and fourth grade, fifth and eighth grade, and ninth and twelfth grade in earlier school years at home. I am still enjoying the reading specialist work at my school with seventh and eighth graders. We are reading Kate Messner’s novel about concussions, Wake Up Missing, for our whole school read. And she is scheduled to present at our school in February! Author Stalking continues to be a successful hobby for me!” It is with great sadness that we report the death of Patricia LeVeque Niehoff on March 21, 2015. Patricia’s daughters are Chrissy Smith ’03 and Elsa Smith ’06.

1979 Class Representative: Margaret Cunningham Basiliadis

1980 Class Representative Needed It is with great sadness that we report the death of Joseph Sugar, Jr. on May 7, 2015, at the age of 82 years old. He was Dorothy Sugar Ziegler ’55’s brother and Sally Byers Sugar ’54’s brother-in-law. Mr. Sugar was also Susan Sugar Gerlach ’80’s father and Amy Rau Sugar

1980 – 35th Reunion ’87’s father-in-law. Joseph’s grandchildren include: Emily Gerlach ’05, Charlotte Gerlach ’06, Sally Sugar ’12, and Sophia Sugar ’14. Kim Rice Wilson writes, “We had a small but mighty group attend our 35th reunion, and it was so much fun! Meg and Kate are now in Form XI. I cannot believe they have been at CSG now for 15 years. They love CSG and I have loved being connected as a parent, alumna, and board member. Although I have been coaching and consulting professionally for 15 years, I have decided to move my practice to coaching exclusively. I have recently completed additional training and have obtained my personal and executive coaching certification from the International Coach Federation. I truly love the process of coaching individuals towards their goals and the removal of obstacles in their work and relationships.”

1981 Class Representative: Jenny Corotis Barnes

1982 Class Representative: Leslie Rogovin Fox Raleigh Burges Burgess writes, “Had fun recently visiting with Cindy Spiers in DC when on a business trip for BlueLeap. Cindy was as effervescent as always, and we shared highs and lows and hugs. Beauregard and Eric Jr. were with me working on their Boy Scout Merit Badges and they toured the city with a former member of the CIA. BlueLeap (www.blueleap.com) is the only company in the world providing texting, video, and voice integrated into Oracle Cloud software.”

1983 Class Representative: Bridget Hart Christina Powell Rak writes, “My daughter Rachel attended CSG in Form VI and VII and graduated summa cum laude from Big Walnut High School (BWHS) in Sunbury, Ohio, in May 2015. In the fall, she will be attending Case Western Reserve University. I have two more kids: Marissa Rak, BWHS Class of 2019, and Avery Martin Rak, Class of 2022. Both are becoming strong musicians like their dad, Michael Rak. Life is so exciting (with kids)!”

1984 Class Representative: Julie Schottenstein Saar Christine Thorne writes, “Daughter Katy Greskovich graduated from Laurel and will be a freshman at Sarah Lawrence College. Sarah Greskovich will be a freshman at CSG. I’ve moved back to Columbus. All is well!” Sheila Foster Carder has a new job. In midJune, she began working for Lomkatsi (the Hopi word for life and balance) where, as one of the directors of the environmental organization, Sheila will raise money to help restore water sheds in Oregon as well as clear forests to protect them from destructive forest fires. Of course Sheila’s main passion is her sevenyear-old daughter Clarity Quinn Carder, who is a character and seems much like Sheila in miniature: bright, talented, and very, very energetic. Julie Schottenstein Saar writes, “It is with great sadness that the class of 1984 mourns the loss of classmate Susan Allen Huff on June 26, 2015. Susan will be remembered for her

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1987 Class Representative: Susan Robinson Austin Susan Robinson Austin writes, “The Class of 1987 has been busy: “Anne Brownfield Bennett’s daughter, Emily, was off to college in August and Christina McConahay’s son, Michael, is off to the Navy in October where he will be joining the nuclear engineering program for the next six years. Congratulations to both of those proud moms! “Wendolyn Holland is roughly 2/3 of the way through the part-time program at Georgetown Law. She loves being back in class and misses our collective raucousness. She and Erin McConaha had dinner Washington, D.C. recently.

1985 – 30th Reunion clever wit, rewarding smile, steady demeanor, and loyalty as a friend. There is so much more to share about her rewarding life. It is posted on the class of 1984’s Facebook page by Kim Feinknopf-Dorrian. A Memorial service was held at Franklin Park on July 11 at 6pm.”

1985 Class Representative: Robin Ives Canowitz Courtney Mitchell Rusoff writes, “Wanted to share that since August 2014 I have worked with Rolls Realty, a company my father founded in 1983 (started Real Estate in 2012 under a larger brokerage). Since becoming licensed and learning through experience the great demand for specializing, it is clear my passion is residential real estate: and specifically, the process of being an advocate for those who are downsizing... particularly, assisting older people to make transitions from larger homes to smaller ones, whether this means purchasing a smaller house, buying a condominium, or moving into Assisted Living. Special designations and courses enable Realtors who want to assist in this process, and I am earning this designation. Finding ‘home’ is daunting for each of us, figuratively and literally. ‘Home’ can be a structure, a location, or an intangible concept. As life evolves, so do people, and accordingly, ‘home’ becomes a very different thing depending on circumstance. In an ideal world, moving happens gradually, predictably and as planned, but sometimes change is without warning or forethought. There is a growing need for realtors to be able to provide customized service to a growing population that has given so much to its offspring and its country. My news is that my role in Real Estate is to facilitate easier and

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more practical transitions, particularly for those who need extra guidance and support. Please support me in my goal through prayer and also by consulting with me, if this type of service might fit your needs. I welcome any wisdom and information from others, knowing many of my peers are now not only striving to be great parents but also great adult caregivers to their parents who sacrificed to give each one of us everything they could. Thank you.” Maria Huff writes, “I continue to dance with Raks Shadan, and we performed at the Columbus Arts Festival on June 14, 2015. Mine and Carol Huff ’75’s mom, Donna Huff, passed away on January 24, 2015. Dad Carroll had passed away in July 2012.” It is with great sadness that we report that Angela Thyer’s son Elijah William Sanders died peacefully in his sleep on Friday, March 6, 2015, at the age of 13. He is survived by his father, Dr. Benjamin Sanders; his mother, Dr. Angela Thyer; grandparents Mary and Joseph Sanders and Deborah Thyer; and his sisters Ellie and Kaia. His body was laid to rest on Monday, March 9, 2015, at River View Cemetery in Portland, Oregon, but not before he was able to touch still more lives through organ donation.

1986 Class Representative: Louise Davidson-Schmich Rebecca Morosky Hoffman is delighted to announce her engagement to Stephen J. Cella. She writes, “We met practicing Bikram Yoga. He is also a certified Bikram instructor and occasionally teaches at my studio here in Grandview. But, of course, I don’t give him any special treatment (wink)!”

“Erin McConaha has finished getting yet another master’s degree at the National Defense University. She reports that while she very much enjoyed her time with Wendolyn and desires a repeat, Wendolyn’s schedule is more complex than that of Pope Francis! Erin is back at Main State Department for one year as the senior advisor to the senior advisor to Secretary Kerry and just bought a new house. Congrats, Erin! “Paula Davis reports her two-year-old daughter has been swimming up a storm and recently dunked her head in the water. She also has a large plastic unicorn head on her bedroom wall. (Note from Class Rep: We would all like to know where to get one of those!) When she found out that Mr. Pratt-Heaney’s son works at her company, she accosted him in the hallway and made him take a picture with her, as to be expected. She hopes to have lunch with Mr. Pratt-Heaney soon. “Lucinda Kerschensteiner writes that Uhambo, a nonprofit organization that she founded that supports children with disabilities in underdeveloped regions of Africa, was awarded a sizeable grant from Rotary International to assess and provide wheelchairs to children with disabilities, as well as provide training to their caregivers in Warmbaths, South Africa. Congratulations to you, Lu! “Dara Pizzuti writes that she had a great CSG experience this year in that she reconnected in London with her ‘Big Sister’ Wendy Campbell Mangeant ’81 who she had not seen since Wendy’s graduation. Since then, she and Wendy have managed to go back and forth between Barcelona and London for visits and have gotten to know each other’s families. She also had the pleasure of hosting Paula Davis’ niece Amanda during Amanda’s tenure at Oxford. Finally, she got to visit with Heidi Reiner Nowalany ’94, a classmate of her sister Ellen Pizzuti ’94, who was checking out London with her family. Way to represent the Unies across The Pond, Dara.


Dara Pizzuti and her CSG ‘Big Sis’ Wendy Campbell Mangeant reconnect in London.

“Amy Robins Kandel continues to run her furniture store in Bakersfield, California, and also stars in all the commercials. Next stop, Hollywood? She traveled across the country to spend July 4th in Bexley with her sister Missy and Paula Davis. Most importantly, she recently potty trained her three year old, and her daughter will be starting first grade in August.

1990 – 25th Reunion

“Your Class Rep (Susan Robinson Austin) reports that she has managed one year in Venezuela and has still managed to not cause an international incident. She also went scuba diving for the first time not too far from Caracas and managed to not get eaten by sharks.” It is with great sadness, we report the death of Joseph Sugar, Jr. on May 7, 2015, at the age of 82 years old. He was Dorothy Sugar Ziegler ’55’s brother and Sally Byers Sugar ’54’s brother-in-law. Mr. Sugar was also Susan Sugar Gerlach ’80’s father and Amy Rau Sugar ’87’s father-in-law. Joseph’s grandchildren include: Emily Gerlach ’05, Charlotte Gerlach ’06, Sally Sugar ’12, and Sophia Sugar ’14. April Zimmerman Katz writes, “Lots of big news around our household these days. We officially have three children off to college starting this fall. Audra York ’12 will be starting her senior year at Duke University. Mitchell just graduated from Columbus Academy in June and will be joining his older brother Spencer at Harvard University where they will be a freshman and sophomore respectively. That just leaves Kyle and me at home with Sasha and Scarlett who will be going into the fourth and second grades at CSG. So we decided to move! Not far, just down the street to North Columbia, but it seemed like the right time for something different. We are excited for this next chapter but will be missing the big kids this fall.”

The Class of 1990 at their 25th reunion: Back row: Jennie Bullock, Katy Dell Frickel, Emily Nusbaum, Mindy Shimp, and Jen Georgia. Front Row: Shelly Paine Goodman, Claudia Driscol Blake, Blair Boardman, Megan Lisska, Janet Knight Rauschenberger, Megan Jollay Hopkins, Amy Bodiker, and Dawn Tyler Lee.

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1990

Class Representative: Sarah Hamilton Shook

Class Representative: Janet Knight Rauschenberger

It is with great sadness that we report the death of Amy Marzella Spiess’ father Dr. J. Nick Marzella on March 19, 2015. Dr. Marzella was 66 years old.

1989 Class Representative: Tammey Cheek Kessel

Members of the Class of 1990 reunite!

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1991 Class Representative needed Teresa Sanfelippo Kilgallen writes, “Doing well in Chapel Hill, North Carolina—two sets of twins (eight and 10 years old), growing fast. Just took over heading up the Data Management team at INNO Clinical Outcomes at Research Group in the pharmaceutical development arena.” Nathalie Amoit Le Bihan writes, “I am currently living in NYC but moving to London in September 2015 with my family. So far, I have lived in NYC for 10 years, three years in Paris, and two years in NYC again. I am passionate about education and its new challenges with the high technology. Our daughters speak French, English, and Chinese Mandarin and will go to Jeannine Manuel in London, a French/English bilingual school. I own my company called Fashion Culture and represent Oscar de la Renta for various countries, including France. I will miss the USA but am happy to discover the UK.

1992 Class Representative: Elizabeth Zimmerman Donaldson

1993 Class Representative: Laura Julien Blust It is with great sadness that we report the death of Krista Carine Wood’s mother Lois Carine in July 2015. She was 80 years old.

1995 – 20th Reunion

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Class Representative: Brooke Brown Helmstetter

Class Representative: Clare Willoughby Ceballos

Ellen Pizzuti writes, “I don’t know that I’ve sent a pic or an update on our newest addition, Virginia! We have five kids now! And Virginia Leigh Vincent is wonderful! She is nine months. She is named after three people: Virginia was my Grandmother (Virginia Frances [my only other daughter is Frances)]), Leigh (after one of my very favorite people, Leigh Ann Jordan ’93, who died in ’95) and my husband, Casey Vincent.”

Bernadette Kuhnsman Donovan and her family traveled to Italy for her month-long sabbatical from One Medical Group where she is an obstetrics, gynecology, and primary care nurse practitioner. They spent two weeks in Tuscany near Siena eating tomatoes, olives, and burrata, and wine tasting. The other two weeks were spent in Lake Como swimming and picnicking. The trip ended with a train ride to Venice. Right before the trip, she flew to Columbus for a quick trip to celebrate Clare Willoughby Ceballos’ birthday with Cyn Epler

Ellen Pizzuti’s family, including newest addition Virginia Leigh Vincent.

Bernadette Kuhnsman Donovan’s family on their trip to Italy.

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The Class of 1995 celebrates their 20th reunion!


2001 Class Representative: Claire Kelley Nana Massie writes: “My husband Justin Goff and I welcomed our second son, James Franklin Massie Goff, on May 8. Jamie joins his big brother Sam here in Pittsburgh (where CSGers are always welcome to visit). Sadly, we [sister Jackie Massie Jaroncyk ’03] also said goodbye to my father Robert Massie (former CSG Board Member), who passed away in June. We received many condolences from the CSG community and appreciate them very much.”

2000 – 15th Reunion and Melissa Huffman. She was blown away by Cyn’s commencement address!

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Melissa Huffman writes, “In April, I started my new job as Chief Operating Officer of the Ohio Department of Education.”

Class Representative: Erica Reaves

1996 Class Representative: Sarah Sofia Knepp It is with great sadness that we report the death of Valerie Merrell Carter on April 23, 2015. The Class of 1996 raised funds to buy a seat in the Agnes Jeffrey Shedd Theater in her honor, as well as contributed to an educational fund for Valerie’s two children.

Elizabeth Exline Sinclair writes, “Amy Katherine Sinclair was born on August 6, 2014, weighing 7 lbs. 2 oz. and measuring 19.5 inches long.”

Elizabeth Exline Sinclair’s daughter Amy.

Liz Wheeler Bishara recently won the Theater Roundtable award for “Best Actress in a Musical” for her performance in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at CATCO.

1997 Class Representative: Julie Ferber Zuckerman Kristian Rose-Anderson Fenner writes, “2014 was a big year! I got married to my long-time boyfriend, Nakia. He, our 12-yearold son, and I live in Columbus. After seven years with AEP, I recently left to join the City of Columbus in a leadership role as the Assistant Administrator of the Division of Power. Additionally, I remain the editor for a nationally published magazine, Monarch.”

Charlene Adzima Michael’s daughter Adele wrapped in a Columbus Blue Jackets fleece (her daddy’s favorite hockey team).

Members of the Class of 2000 gather for a night out!

1998 Class Representative: Miranda Martin Warren

1999 Class Representative: Katharine Ersly

The Class of 2000 made time to get together with their growing families during Alumnae Weekend.

Lauren Yen Leahy’s son Jack.

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Charlene Adzima Michaels writes, “Daughter Adele Elizabeth Michaels was born on March 31, 2015, at 4:40pm. She weighed in at 8 lbs. 2 oz. and measured 21 inches long. She was born with a full head of hair, and, at three months, she shows no sign of losing it! Claire Kelley is the new rep for the class of 2001 (replacing Katie Logan who is now President of the CSG Alumnae Board). Claire is interested in forming a committee to plan events for Alumnae Weekend April 29-30, 2016, which will mark our 15th reunion. If you are interested in getting involved, please e-mail her at clairekelley@gmail.com.

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2003

Class Representative: Lauren Yen Leahy

Class Representative: Liz Liston

Lauren Yen Leahy and husband Matt welcomed their son, John Edward Leahy (“Jack”) on June 2 weighing in at 8lbs 7oz. Big sister Molly is adjusting well and loves helping with her baby brother. We’re still in living in Darien and look forward to making a trip back to Columbus this summer and would love to see anyone who is around.

It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Jackie Massie Jaroncyk and Nana Massie ’01’s father Robert Massie, who passed away in June. It is with great sadness that we report the death of Chrissy Smith and Elsa Smith ’06’s mother Patricia LeVeque Niehoff on March 21, 2015.

2004 Class Representative: Emily Kasler Elizabeth Fiorile writes, “I got engaged to Colin Kindgren in April 2015, whom I met at Boston College. Colin and I relocated to Chicago this summer, and I am now working for WMAQ, NBC Chicago in Sales.” Hallee Zox Deutchman-Pivar was married in October 2014 at the Four Seasons in Scottsdale, Arizona, and her wedding was featured in The Knot Magazine. Elizabeth Fenner Yassenoff was married to Erik Yassenoff in August 2014. In attendance at her wedding were: Patty Williams French ’74, Marian Morris Burns ’75, Dana Field Foster ’74, Paula Martin Fenner ’74, Teri Katz Mancuso ’82, Bonnie Katz Sparks ’73, Michelle Katz Grey ’81, Colleen Connor Hopkins ’04, Emily Burns ’04, and Samantha Talbert Smith ’04.

Elizabeth Fenner Yassenoff’s wedding guests represent their CSG pride!

2005 Class Representative: Maria Dixon Shameem Balakrishnan spent the past year as an elementary at-risk school counselor

Jen Redman ’06, Laura Bloch Kepes ’87, Emilee Deutchman ’06, Hallee Zox Deutchman-Pivar ’04, Sherry Zox ’68, Laurie Zox Leder ’69, Elizabeth Fergus-Jean ’73, and Allison Bloch Gold ’83 celebrate at Hallee’s wedding.

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Hallee-Deutchman Pivar’s October 2014 wedding in Arizona.


2005 – 10th Reunion in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, at a high-needs PK-5 school. She had a wonderful experience, but her time there taught her the importance of having experience in the classroom to be the most effective counselor possible. She applied to Teach for America and was accepted to the 2015 St. Louis Corps. She just accepted a Kindergarten teaching position at a KIPP charter school in St. Louis and will be spending the next two years teaching there. She is so excited for the experiences ahead and how they will inform her future in the field of education.

many fellow unicorns), Emilee Deutchman accepted an offer from Deutsche Bank and left her job and cozy Manhattan apartment for the sunny beaches of Jacksonville, Florida. Emilee will be helping build out DB’s presence in the U.S. and is working as an equity research analyst covering Aerospace and Defense stocks (and is the only female on her team). She is enjoying life at the beach and visits with friends and family, as well as being near her college sweetheart Adam, who is an officer in a helicopter squadron at Naval Station Mayport.”

Margaret Prunte Del Col and her husband Mitchell welcomed a little boy on May 31, 2015, named Theodore Charles Del Col.

It is with great sadness that we report the death of Elsa Smith and Chrissy Smith ’03’s mother Patricia LeVeque Niehoff on March 21, 2015.

In January 2015, Sarah Powers moved to Colorado Springs, Colorado, to work as a youth and education coordinator for USA Ultimate, the national governing body for ultimate frisbee. She coordinates clinics to introduce youth to Ultimate, the coaching certification program, and Girls’ Ultimate Movement, which aims to grow Ultimate among girls. Sarah loves the mountains and all the outdoor adventures available from trail running to backpacking and biking. Any unicorns that stop by Colorado Springs or Denver, come say hello!

2006 Class Representative: Marielle Perrault McGregor Emilee Zox Deutchman writes, “After celebrating Hallee Zox Deutchman-Pivar’s wedding in Scottsdale, Arizona (alongside

Mara Gruber’s Community Festival photo went viral this summer.

2007 Class Representative: Kassie Ansley Czubik Mara Gruber writes, “I got a new job! I am the Visual Merchandising Specialist and Photographer at AC Lens in Hilliard, Ohio. I also recently had a photo I took at the Community Festival in Columbus go ‘viral.’ It even showed up in Germany and France!” Priyal Gupta Patel writes, “I got married on May 30th in Columbus to Neil Patel. Three of my bridesmaids were CSG girls (Rachel Smoot, Suzanne Jacobs, and Saamia Hossain). I loved having them as a part of my wedding!”

Rachel Smoot, Suzanne Jacobs, Priyal Gupta Patel, and Saamia Hossain at Priyal’s wedding.

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Bizz Burns is currently working on her Doctorate of Physical Therapy at George Washington University in DC. She will be starting her clinical rotation soon. Emily Chory write, “I graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine this May! Graduation was wonderful, and I was so happy to celebrate with friends and family who came from near and far. I accepted an equine internship with Metamora Equine and am settling into life in Michigan. If any unicorns are in the Detroit area, I would love to get together!” Michelle Harrison writes, “I graduated from Georgetown University Law School in May and just moved back to Columbus so I can start working at the law firm Frost Brown Todd this fall.” Amber Swain was engaged in February to Jean-Sébastien Bernaert, an artist/architect from Ghent, Belgium. They will get married on September 18, 2015, in the garden at her parents’ home in Galena. Camillia Brown writes, “I just graduated from Columbia University’s School of Social Work in May and will be starting law school at Brooklyn Law School in August with hopes of becoming a public defender. I am currently living in Prospect Heights Lefferts Garden in Brooklyn. So if any CSG alumnae are in the neighborhood, we should definitely get together!”

2008 Class Representative: Caitlin Allen and Mikayla Upchurch Kate Albers will be attending graduate school for International Development at John’s Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies this fall.

2010 – 5th Reunion Melissa Erickson lives in Lincoln Park in Chicago, Illinois, and works as the North America site construction safety engineer for BP. She travels around the country for her job, helping build new retail. She’s training for a half ironman and marathon this year, and she’s on the young professional executive board for a non-profit called Chicago Run, which puts on running/wellness programs in inner city schools.

2009 Class Representative: Patty Arehart and Laura Raines Tessa Maurer has been awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) fellowship towards her graduate degree at UC-Berkeley in the fall.

Mikayla Upchurch is working on her MBA at Georgetown University and is running a marketing campaign at a Washington DC-based tech startup. She loves DC and ran the NavyAir Force Half Marathon in September. Sara Vivens recently graduated from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology with her masters in Counseling. She is living and working in Chicago and is loving her time there. Elizabeth Durell writes, “I currently have two of the most fun jobs ever! I am a Pilates instructor at The Pilates Studio of Upper Arlington, and I am putting my art minor to use by working in a wood shop for re:work furnishings—it’s so awesome!” Leeanne Hester is recovering from her bone marrow transplant for treatment of leukemia and is now planning her wedding for the spring of 2016. She graduated from George Washington University with a degree in Public Health in May 2015. Caitlin Allen and her sister Allie Allen ’11 had a great adventure in Boston. Check out the photo they took together.

Claire Chapman, Emily Chory, and Bizz Burns celebrate Emily’s graduation in May.

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Caitlin and Allie Allen explored Boston together. Can you spot the hidden unicorn?


2010 Class Representative: Molly Schissel Fallon Ruff writes, “I graduated from the University of Dayton with a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. I also started a full time job in Cincinnati, Ohio, where I am the only female engineer!” Gracie Umana writes, “I just finished my one year of service as an AmeriCorps member working with Rural Action’s Environmental Education program in Southeastern Ohio. I spent my year educating children in all Athens County schools as well as the community at large on the local ecosystem, the regional effects of climate change, and the benefits of hands-on outdoor education. In September, I will be moving to the Pacific Northwest to continue my work as a freelance photojournalist and environmental educator.”

2011 Class Representative: Taylor Lint Samantha Ramey writes, “I graduated from McDaniel College May 2015. I moved to Florida and am currently working for Disney at the Magic Kingdom. I’m working my way towards graduate school to receive a masters in forensic anthropology.” Samantha Wobst graduated from Davidson College in May and is now living in DC and working as project manager for Bluetext. Megan Murray graduated from the University of Richmond and is now doing a fellowship with the non-profit UnBoundRVA in Richmond, Virginia.

performance from OSU in the spring and will be headed off to grad school soon thereafter! Julia Kelley graduated from Colorado College in May and will be attending graduate school at Columbia University for a one-year architecture program. During the program, she will spend one semester in New York City and another in Paris. Taylor Lint graduated from Cornell University in May and is now working as a Web Developer at LinkedIn in San Francisco.

2012 Class Representative: Angela Mentel and Bridget Lorenz Bridget Lorenz spent the summer in Jacksonville, Florida, interning at Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. in Research and Development. She is getting ready to apply to optometry schools this fall. This summer, she also became a certified Spinning Instructor. She was recently chosen for Omicron Delta Kappa membership at Furman University. Sarah Taylor writes, “I’m interning in New York City this summer with Human Rights Watch in their Health and Human Rights as well as their Disability Rights Divisions. I’ve gotten to attend a UN conference on the rights of people with disabilities and a Security Council meeting which debated the protection of children and schools in armed conflict.” It is with great sadness that we report the death of Jacqueline Carroll’s father Mark Carroll on May 30, 2015.

2013 Class Representative: Natalie Feldman and Rebecca Sugar Madeline Hadley writes, “I am currently a sophomore at Washington and Lee University in Virginia. This year, I declared a Business Administration major and Education minor.” Morgan Amigo writes, “For 3.5 weeks in June 2015, I traveled to Arusha, Tanzania, through a program called Elective Africa. Elective Africa sends pre-medical, nursing, and medical students to countries in Eastern Africa to volunteer and gain a hands-on experience in the field of medicine. My placement in a local Tanzanian hospital afforded me many clinical opportunities I would not have in the States like recording the vital signs of new mothers and neonates, suturing wounds, performing gynecological exams, providing HIV care, administering vaccines, and delivering babies on a daily basis. The hospital to which I was assigned was decades behind those in our own country and gave me a new appreciation for proper sterilization, medical technology, and higher education. In addition to volunteering in the hospital, I also visited many orphanages and villages to provide care. My time in Tanzania has solidified my decision to pursue a career in medicine and further strengthened my passion for global healthcare.” Jessica Greer writes, “This summer, I will be working at Labminds, a small start-up company in Boston, MA. They are making a robot to automatically create solutions for lab work. I will be joining the team for the summer as the only female and working on programming the system to understand chemistry.”

Lauren Augostini is starting law school at Capital University this fall.

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Breanna Bertacchi took her senior thesis for the College of Wooster to the Annual Kent State Neuroscience Symposium this past spring. She has now taken up a research assistant position at the University of Chicago working with deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s patients and a new drug trial for early Alzheimer’s.

Class Representative: Hannah Barends Leah Glimcher was very busy this year at the University of Michigan! She joined a Lean In Circle, was selected for the First Year Students of Hillel program, and also worked at a booth at Relay for Life. Audrey Rollins writes, “I am going into my second year at OSU and working full time this summer with Dr. Peter Meuse at Bella Vista Equine Veterinary Services.”

Leah Richardson graduated from the University of Kentucky this spring and will now be working as an RN on Rhodes Hall at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Lucy Stearns is currently in Salzburg, Austria, performing in Le Nozze di Figaro with the Franco American Vocal Academy. She will be graduating with a degree in opera

Morgan Amigo traveled to Tanzania with Elective Africa.

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Congratulations & Sympathy BIRTHS: Ellen Pizzuti ’94 and Casey Vincent On the birth of their daughter Virginia Leigh Vincent. Elizabeth Exline Sinclair ’00 and Parker Sinclair On the birth of their daughter Amy Katherine Sinclair on August 6, 2014. Nana Massie ’01 and Justin Goff On the birth of their son James “Jamie” Franklin Massie Goff on May 8, 2015. He joins his big brother Sam.

Charlene Adzima Michaels ’01 and Joshua Michaels On the birth of their daughter Adele Elizabeth Michaels on March 31, 2015. Lauren Yen Leahy ’02 and Matt Leahy On the birth of their son John “Jack” Edward Leahy on June 2, 2015. He joins big sister Molly.

Margaret Prunte Del Col ’05 Mitchell Del Col On the birth of their son Theodore Charles Del Col on May 31, 2015.

Joyce Madison Jacobs ’47 April 16, 2015 Daughters, Marianne Jacobs Vogel, Susie Jacobs Bone, and Nanci Jacobs Morris. Patty Park Bowman ’56 June 17, 2015 Sister, Barby Park Goldschmid ’59: 7752 East Camino Bavispe, Tucson, AZ 85715

Patsy Soderstrom Shellie ’56 June 28, 2014 Cousins, Joanna Walz Foster ’56 and Jane McKenney Leukart ’68 Joanna: 1022 Navarro Street, #303, San Antonio, TX 78205-3802

Kathy Cunningham Clarkson ’59 June 14, 2015 Daughters, Sara and Jenny Potterton Sisters, Ginny Cunningham ’61 and Sally Cunningham Blackstad Ginny: 35 Sandpiper Circle, Corte Madera, CA 94925-1084 Sally: 1910 Truman NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110

Carol Spiro Barger ’64 June 28, 2015 Husband, John Barger: 2508 Bexford Place, Columbus, OH 43209 Sons, Kurt and Kyle Barger

MARRIAGES: Kristian Rose-Anderson Fenner ’97 married Nakia Fenner 2014 Columbus, Ohio

Hallee Zox Deutchman-Pivar ’04 married Brian Pivar October 18, 2014 Scottsdale, Arizona

Elizabeth Fenner Yassenoff ’04 married Erik Yassenoff August 16, 2014 Upper Arlington, Ohio

Priyal Gupta Patel ’07 married Neil Patel May 30, 2015

Lydia Stephan ’73 November 1, 2014 Father, John Stephan: 5696 Bastille Place, Columbus, OH 43213

Patricia LeVeque Niehoff ’78 March 21, 2015 Daughters, Chrissy Smith ’03 and Elsa Smith ’06 Elsa: 326 Missouri Ave NW, Washington, DC 20011

Susan Allen Huff ’84 June 26, 2015 Husband, Stephen Huff and children Jay and Maggie Huff: 1298 Murrell Avenue, Columbus, OH 43212 Parents, Ursula and James Allen: PO Box 952, Stuart, VA 24171-0952

Valerie Merrell Carter ’96 April 23, 2015 Parents, Cathy and Gary Merrell:

IN MEMORIAM-ALUMNAE: Peggy Zimmerman Hallock ’44 April 30, 2015 Niece, Jenny Corotis Barnes ’81: 1925 Concord Road, Columbus, OH 43212

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3481 Royal Dornoch Circle, Delaware, OH 43015-3179

CONDOLENCES: Dorothy Sugar Ziegler ’55, Sally Byers Sugar ’54, Susan Sugar Gerlach ’80, Amy Rau Sugar ’87, Emily Gerlach ’05, Charlotte Gerlach ’06, Sally Sugar ’12, and Sophia Sugar ’14 On the death of their Dorothy and Sally’s brother; Susan and Amy’s father; and Emily, Charlotte, Sally and Sophia’s grandfather Joseph Sugar, Jr. on May 7, 2015. Dorothy: 4 Stonegate Village Drive, Columbus, OH 43212 Sally: 664 Fairway Boulevard, Columbus, OH 43213 Susan: 1568 Roxbury Roadd, Columbus, OH 43212 Amy: 2325 Coventry Road, Columbus, OH 43221

Carol Huff ’75 and Maria Huff ’85 On the death of their mother Donna Huff on January 24, 2015. Carol: 6551 Lock Road, Centerburg, OH 43011 Maria: Post Office Box 299, New Albany, OH 43054

Constance Staber ’77 On the death of her mother Ruth Ellen Staber on June 26, 2015. Constance: 1229 Walker Springs Drive, Blacklick, OH 43004

Angela Thyer ’85 On the death of her son Elijah William Sanders on March 6, 2015. Angela Thyer and Benjamin Sanders: 4412 Sunnyside Avenue N., Seattle, WA 98103

Amy Marzella Spiess ’88 On the death of her father Dr. J. Nick Marzella on March 19, 2015. Amy: 30 South Drexel Avenue, Columbus, OH 43209

Krista Carine Wood ’93 On the death of her mother Lois Carine in July 2015. Krista: 17011 Wrigley Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33908-3802

Nana Massie ’01 and Jackie Massie Jaroncyk ’03 On the death of their father Robert Massie in June 2015. Nana: 200 Adeline Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15228 Jackie: 4360 Plymouth Rock Ct., Gahanna, OH 43230

Jacqueline Carroll ’12 On the death of her father Mark Carroll on May 30, 2015. Jacqueline: 2406 Canterbury Rd., Columbus, OH 43221


2014–2015 Columbus School for Girls

Annual Giving Report

The Columbus School for Girls Development OďŹƒce recognizes members of the CSG community for their generous gifts and support during the past giving year, July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. Great care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of this report. If your name was omitted or misspelled, we deeply apologize and would be grateful if you would advise us so we may correct our records. Thank you. 614-252-0781, ext. 131


Dear CSG Community, It is my pleasure to present the 2014-2015 Annual Report on Giving, honoring the incredible generosity of the Columbus School for Girls community. The caliber of education CSG offers remains at the highest level due to the dedication, partnership, and participation of our families and friends. The collective efforts of our donors and volunteers enable us to advance our state-of-the-art programs in exciting and innovative ways, upholding the integrity of the CSG diploma. On behalf of the entire CSG community, THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! I am delighted to share that this year’s Annual Giving Campaign totaled more than $1,025,000 (14% over goal and a 27% increase over last year). In addition, your support of The Scholars Gala provided $161,000 in need-based financial aid; furthering our commitment to make CSG’s empowering educational experience accessible to bright, talented girls from across all economic backgrounds. I hope you will join me with great pride as we celebrate just a few of the amazing opportunities your support makes possible for our girls: PYC Conservation & Recycling Public Speaking Geology & Life Science 3-D Design & Printing Yoga & Body Awareness Physical Construction Space & Astronomy Sculpture & Charcoal Art

Lower School Conflict Resolution Cultural Awareness Green Screen Technology Spanish Fitness Tracking Robotics Strings & Band Body Image & Self Esteem

Middle School Water Polo & Rugby Ancient Egypt & Greece Cardiovascular Fitness Mandarin, Latin & German Algebraic Problem-Solving Artistic Aesthetics Set & Costume Design History & Culture of Music

Upper School Acting & Filming AP Calculus & Physics Engineering Self Defense Sign Language Service Projects Photography & Ceramics Computer Programming

THANK YOU!! I am also excited to introduce a new staff member to the CSG community. With over 25 years of experience in non-profit leadership and fundraising, Dana Booth has recently joined CSG’s Development and Administrative Teams as our new Chief Development Officer. Dana comes to her role leading the fundraising and alumnae relations team following nearly 17 years at The Ohio State University, where she served most recently as an Assistant Vice President, responsible for six regional fundraising territories beyond central Ohio, five college/unit teams, and all fundraising on Ohio State’s four regional campuses during the $2.5 billion But for Ohio State Campaign. She built and led the Donor Relations & Stewardship program for eight years, strengthening the University’s commitment to donors through enhanced recognition programs, accountability for donor funds and their use, and celebration of the value and impact of philanthropy on Ohio State’s campuses. Dana also served as a Director of Development in the College of Arts & Sciences, and in the Office of Corporate & Foundation Giving. Prior to her years at Ohio State, Dana led teams as Director of Institutional Advancement at the Berkeley Carroll School in Brooklyn, New York, and as a Fundraiser/Archival Project Manager for the Paul Taylor Dance Company in New York, New York. She served as Administrative Director for Toledo Opera, as Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Syracuse Opera, and trained volunteers across the country as an Associate Director at The National Exchange Club in Toledo, Ohio. Dana holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, and a master’s degree in public policy and management from the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. She is a certified Business Etiquette Specialist. Dana and her husband, Bruce MacLaughlin, live in Powell, Ohio, and have two children, Delia (15) and Ian (12). We are honored to have the opportunity to work with such a talented and experienced leader, and hope you will join us in warmly welcoming Dana into the CSG community! Throughout my role this year as Interim Director of Development, I have been deeply touched by your leadership, passion, and commitment to the betterment of our school and our girls. Please allow me to take this opportunity to personally express my sincere gratitude to each and every one of you for a terrific year and for all you do to support our community, this school, and my own daughters’ experiences here at CSG. I am immeasurably grateful! With great appreciation,

Regan F. Mazak P’27 ’30 2014-2015 Interim Director of Development and External Relations 2015-2016 Associate Director of Development


Giving Report for 2014 – 2015 ANNUAL GIVING CAMPAIGN JULY 1 – JUNE 30

Giving Clubs

UNICORN SOCIETY

Founders Council $15,000 and above Circle of Roses $10,000 to $14,000 Unicorn Society $5,000 to $9,999 1898 Founders’ Fund $2,500 to $4,999 Red & Gold Leadership $1,500 to $2,499 Flagbearers $750 - $1,499 Patrons $350 to $749 Sponsors $1 to $349 Decade Club (Alumnae) $100 and Above Collegiate Club (Alumnae) $1 and Above

Anonymous (1) Brett M. and Cecily Chester Alexander American Electric Power Mr. and Mrs. Merom and Judy Brachman ’56 The Columbus Jewish Foundation Drs. Tom and Lisa Courtice Dr. Jeffrey H. Donaldson and Elizabeth Zimmerman Donaldson Dresden Sister City, Inc. Timothy and Marilu Faber Mr. John C. Fergus, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Geoffrion Pat and Kate Giller Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Denise Glimcher Dr. Shari and Mr. Chris Graham Mr. Thomas F. Havens Alan D. and Lisa A. Hinson Estate of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Jill Levy ’70 Mrs. Andrea Smith Lorig ’56 Meuse Family Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Peter Meuse Bernard A. and Kathleen M. Ostrowski Dr. and Mrs. Robert Polite Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Robins, Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ross Mr. Ira Sharfin Mr. and Mrs. Siamak Shayani Stephen P. and Lynne E. C. Smith Mr. Larry H. Snyder Estate of Patti Harrison Snyder ’50 John S. and Elizabeth C. Sokol Patricia Kauffman Strickland United Way of Central Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Franck G. Wobst Yenkin-Majestic Paint Corporation

*Members of these clubs are listed under their Constituencies

FOUNDERS COUNCIL $15,000 and above

Anonymous (1) Estate of Eleanor Laughlin Craig Bowsher Diane S. Brown Mr. Frank Cook Mrs. Helen S. Cook Estate of Herbert S. Cook, Sr. (Elizabeth Davis ’30) Herb Cook, Jr. and Kathe Cook CSG Parents Association Deborah E. Fergus Elizabeth and John Fergus-Jean Mrs. Brooke Brown Helmstetter ’94 Estate of Joseph Jeffrey (Cynthia Black Jeffrey ’54) Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jeffrey Estate of Fred S. Kotte, Jr. (Rose Davis ’25) Jamie Crane and Tim Miller Lavea Brachman and Andrew O. Smith Brian and Beth Tierney Mrs. William K. Werth Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H. Wexner

CIRCLE OF ROSES $10,000 to $14,999

Anonymous (1) Mr. Acheson Callaghan Ms. Elizabeth (Beth) Crane ’69 Jameson Crane Ms. Sarah (Sally) Crane Cox ’75 CSG Alumnae Board Jeff and Lynn Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Stuart and Lisa Young

$5,000 to $9,999

1898 FOUNDERS FUND $2,500 to $4,999

Anonymous (1) Cindy and Robert Baker Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Benson III Dr. Thomas J. and Mrs. Penny Masters Boes Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brigdon Susan N. Buchanan, MD, MPH ’79 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Carbonara Don and Ann Casto Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Jill Elia Steve and Nancy Falk Dr. Jonathan and Mrs. Lori Ann Feibel FIRST Babette T. Gorman Kimberly Lowe Hall ’91 IBM Matching Grants Program Dr. Julie Jacobs Mr. Mark Kelly and Mrs. Margaret McDonald-Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Lurie Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin Mr. and Mrs. John Massimiani Bradley J. Maurer and May S. Zia Mr. and Mrs. Brian and Lori Murphy Olive Tree Foundation for Girls Jennifer Ciccarelli and Chad Perry Mr. Thad R. and Dr. Susanne G. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Pizzuti Drs. Joel and Julie Politi Ms. Deborah Sawyer ’74 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold B. Siemer The Siemer Family Foundation Claudia F.E. Kirsch, MD and Mr. Taub T. Swartz Liz and Webb Vorys Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Weiler Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Weiler Jim and Kim Rice Wilson Drs. Victor V. Dizon and Deborah J. Woidtke Michael E. Yaffe and Karin Yaffe Stump Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Ziegler

RED AND GOLD LEADERSHIP $1,500 to $2,499

Anonymous (1) Ms. Elizabeth Jeffrey Balderston Mr. Sven Bergmann and Mrs. Nicole Kendell Ms. Carrie Birch Mrs. David H. Bodiker Ms. Elizabeth Siemer and Mr. Andrew Bohutinsky Belle M. Boles Mr. and Mrs. H. Hewett Brown Cardinal Health Foundation Mr. and Dr. Michael and Angela Casey Geoffrey S. and Katie Chatas Carolyn Thomas Christy Community Foundation of Louisville Depository, Inc. Coshocton Foundation Laura Bailey Culp Mrs. Elizabeth M. Custer The Elizabeth M. Custer and William Custer Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Daly Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Davakis Mrs. E. Craig DeLong Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fadel Mr. and Mrs. David Feinberg Aman Garcha and Danielle Demko Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hadley II Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Halley Dr. and Mrs. Robert Brian Hardy Mrs. Mark Hardymon Mrs. Sarah Benson Hatcher ’97 Ms. Liza Kessler and Mr. Greg Henchel Mrs. Charleen Noyes Hinson Johnson Charitable Gift Fund Michael and Karen Lurie Jones

Drs. Aniket and Sarita Joshi Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Kaufman Mr. Stephen Keyes and Ms. Lauren Bonfield Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Knott Mr. and Mrs. Ryan E. Laginess Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Carla Pollack Lane Dr. and Mrs. William Lee Ms. Nancy M. Lee ’85 Thomas D. and Jane Kessler Lennox Andrew D. and Carrie L. Madison Mr. and Mrs. David McCurdy Mr. and Mrs. Tejas Mehta Mrs. Susan Meiling Mr. and Mrs. James Merkel Scott and Susan Merryman Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Moran Dr. and Mrs. James W. Murakami The Reverend Jane P. Mykrantz Dr. Hariklia Louvakis and Mr. Craig Nagy Mrs. Philipp Donley Nick Timothy and Colleen O’Dell Mr. and Mrs. Don Parkhill Mr. and Mrs. Scott Passias Darren S. and Helen Patton Dayna and Tommy Payne David J. and Catharine Moritz Presper Mr. and Mrs. William M. Reynolds Bryan and Betsy Ross Yoaz Saar and Julie Schottenstein Saar Ms. Leslie J. Sawyer ’71 Marilyn and Jack Skolds Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Sommer Paul and Diane Swoboda Mrs. Rosamond Vaule Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wagenbrenner Dr. Lorraine S. Wallace and Mr. William H. Wallace Ms. Jane M. Werum Mr. Craig White and Ms. Heidi Popadych Mr. and Mrs. David F. Williams Charlotte and Richard Witkind Fund Mr. Dan Wong Anne Jeffrey Wright Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yale Mr. James A. Yano and Mrs. Anne C. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Zimmerman, Jr.

FLAGBEARERS $750 to $1,499

Anonymous Donors (6) The Alonso-Taub Family Peri Altan American Endowment Foundation Estate of Barbara Miller Arnold ’30 Ayco Charitable Foundation Sine-Marie and John G. Ayres Bank of America Matching Gifts

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Mr. and Mrs. David and Mona Barber Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Bolon Kevin and Jennifer Brady Mrs. Eugenia E. Erlij and Mr. Andrew Brodey Betsy Carlin Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Carlin Drs. James and Marya Cassandra Robert O. and Amy W. Click Ms. Catherine Colinvaux CSG Senior Class Gift Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Dach Mr. and Mrs. John Mackessy Mr. and Mrs. David A. Durell Susan Millard Dutton Mr. and Mrs. Michael Elkind Mr. and Mrs. James B. Feibel Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fronk Ms. Carol J. Andreae and Mr. James P. Garland Dr. E. Gordon Gee, Ed.D. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Giller The Allene N. Gilman Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. Daniel and Mary Hackett Mr. W. Henry Hauser, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Hensley Mr. and Mrs. James Huddleston Ms. Mary Joyce Dr. Roya Zarraby Kazemi Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kleinman Mrs. Lauren Yen Leahy ’02 and Mr. Matt Leahy Yasyn Lee, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lewin Mary Pat Martin and Rick Livingston Dr. and Mrs. Mark D. Lomeo Mr. and Mrs. Eric Luckage Mrs. Cheryl Williams Lucks ’62 Mr. and Ms. Sean and Marie Malloy James and Jana Maniace Dr. and Mrs. Tasos and Tina Manokas Stacy Wolery Marcus Regan and Andrew Mazak Juliet Zelkowitz McCarthy Mrs. Diana (Anne) J. Melvin David and Mo Meuse Robert and Amy Milbourne Dr. and Mrs. Obinna Moneme Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust Diane Mosher OAI Sally Jeffrey O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Mike Palackdharry Ms. Barbara D. Pantano Eleanor and Milton Percival Fund Michael and Sara Wolfe Perrini Janet Knight Rauschenberger Georgia Ruch Mr. and Mrs. David and Laura Schoettmer Dr. Shahin Shahinfar and Dr. Hamideh Shamsai Mr. and Mrs. George A. Skestos Mr. and Mrs. George Skestos Society For Science & The Public Mrs. David L. Thun Leonie Turack Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webber Mr. and Mrs. Todd Werstler

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Mr. Hugh N. Westwater Drs. Sanjay and Barbara Yadav Julie Ferber Zuckerman

PATRONS

$350 to $749 Anonymous (4) Ms. Katherine W. Addison Dr. and Mrs. Brent H. Adler Dr. Mary and Mr. Brad Arensberg Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Armstrong Mrs. Karen Feibel Aronoff Mr. and Mrs. William E. Arthur Margaret Forbes Baker Ms. Monica Baldi-Kemp Catherine Sirak Bardsley Dr. and Mrs. Frederik S. Barends Mr. Jonathan S. Barnes and Ms. Jenny Corotis Barnes ’81 Jeni Britton Bauer and Charly Bauer Mrs. Andrew V. Beachy Ms. Leslie Belfance The Benevity Community Impact Fund Ms. Mary Ann Beverly Mrs. William W. Blackburn II Mrs. Barbara Watson Neal Billings ’60 Dr. and Mrs. Darrin Bright Ms. Yoci Vorys and Mr. Todd D. Brown Drs. F. Andrew and Paige Shalter Bruening Jennifer Z. Bullock, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Burgess Mr. and Mrs. David P. Carlin The Catholic Foundation Charming Shoppes of Delaware, Inc. Ms. Kathleen Clark Emily Bartz Costello Martha Gottling Cottrill CSG Student Council Ms. Christine Davis Dr. L. Mark Dean and Ms. Malinda L. Susalla Jill Diamond Mrs. Sue Doody Mrs. Liping Xin and Mr. Yang Du Mr. and Mrs. John Eikenberry Mr. W. Thomas Farquhar Dr. Bryan Feldman and Ms. Melissa Zox Mr. Hal Field Jennifer McNally and Michael Flamm Ms. Erin G. Flynn Dr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Foster Mrs. Mary H. Fry Mrs. Suzanne S. Gallant Mr. and Mrs. Jules L. Garel Dr. and Mrs. Vidu Garg Herb and DeeDee Glimcher Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Gorman Mrs. John W. Griffin Mr. Thomas J. Grote and Mr. Richard B. Neal, Jr. Dr. Richard Gumina and Dr. Patricia Witman Cynthia Price and Jack Guy Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hall Masu Haque-Khan The Reverend and Mrs. O’Vell K. Harrison Barbara Morris Harrison

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Ms. Jennifer Readler and Mr. Philip Hartmann Dr. Fernand and Dr. Patricia Hayot Ms. Jordan Hilbrands ’07 Mr. and Mrs. R. Patrick Hiller Mr. Kenneth A. Hoffman The Honorable Denise Page Hood Melissa Dawn Huffman Meghan Baird Hunter Mr. Preecha Inthisarn and Mrs. Aifeng Zhong Gregory S. and Erica Jackson Kevin and Jennifer Jones Dr. Rosemary Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Ira and Debora Kane Dr. Ana and Mr. Dimuthu Kelegama Whitney Jastram Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Stu Kemper John and Mary Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Jay and Sue Kromalic Dr. and Mrs. Peter Lafferty Dr. and Mrs. James M. Lapierre Kelly Lavelle Leah Levinson Mr. and Mrs. Gerald R. Lint Sara Powell Lowery Mr. and Mrs. Don F. Marsh Patsy and Woods Martin Drs. John and Ann McAlearney Mrs. Elizabeth McClinchie Mr. Joe McLain Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. McLarty Dixie Sayre Miller Fund Vuoch Tan Minnich Ms. Aida S. Montano Ms. Betsy Morris Mr. John Narcross and Ms. Susan Zoldak National Christian Foundation Ohio Mr. and Ms. Joseph Norton OAI Caroline F. Orrick Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Parsons Dr. Linda Swarlis and Dr. Gary Piggrem Ellen Pizzuti Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery M. Poth Jane Presper Mr. Chad Readler Ms. Maureen Reedy Renaissance Charitable Foundation, Inc. Dr. Kirstin Lindberg and Mr. Tim Rennick Mr. and Mrs. David Resch Mrs. Richard L. Reynard Reynolds American Inc. Dr. Jennifer and Mr. Craig Richardson Rita and Roger Ross Ginny Rothschild Karen Saah Andrea Zid Salmi ’83 Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Sanford Mrs. Betty Sawyer Mr. and Mrs. Randy Schoedinger Lenore G. Schottenstein Hope and Jim Schrim Mrs. Charles P. Scott Beth Byers Sells Dr. and Mrs. Michael I. Shamos Ms. Martha Shaw Louisa Lloyd Shields

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Showe Jennifer Good Skrobarcek Scott and Alecia Solomon Erin Aland Spalsbury Spring Property Management Julia Catherine Stevenson Joanne Strasser Colleen Nissl and Roger Sugarman Dr. and Mrs. John M. Swartz Mrs. Richard B. Taylor Sarah Young Taylor Mrs. Joan Evans Taylor ’51 Mrs. Margaret C. Tillier Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Tripp Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Twombly Dr. and Mrs. David H. and Barbara J. Verzella Ms. Helen M. Vorys Dr. and Mrs. Richard M. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watts Kathleen J. Weidley Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Weiffenbach Mr. and Mrs. William S. Williams Scott and Kimberly Williams Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Woda Wolfe Associates, Inc. Mr. Gregory Wong and Dr. Karen Kwek Harris and Jennifer Zaranek Wood Ms. Lori Woods Drs. Xinfa Yang and Cuizhen Li Ms. Linda Yenkin Bobby Yu and Jeva Lin Caron C. Zand

SPONSORS $1 to $349

Anonymous (27) Miss Ann Abbott Abbott Fund Matching Grant Plan Abbott Laboratories Employee Giving Campaign Ms. Allison Abell Beth Abramovitz Claire Murnane Mr. and Mrs. John B. Albers II Ms. Katharine Alexander Liz Alexander Mr. and Mrs. James F. Allen Mrs. Charles Craig Allen Ms. Caitlin Allen ’08 Alliance Data Matching Gift Program Katherine Mills Anderson Kennon Duncan Anderson Susan D. Anderson Drs. Kathleen Sandman and Peter Anderson Allison Ansari Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ansley Dr. Anika and Mr. John Anthony Mrs. Barry J. Arch Alex Argo Mr. and Mrs. Keith Arnold Tim and Elizabeth Arnold Lynne Aronson Carrie Radcliffe Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey W. Arthur Mr. and Mrs. Tim Aslaner Dr. and Ms. Alex Auseon Dr. Adebomi Omikunle and Mr. Akinyinka Awosika Dr. Saul and Mrs. Luise Axelrod


Keely Ayres Mr. Akeem Babatunde Cynthia Babatunde Leila Lindemann Bacho Marilyn Havens Bagby Catherine L. Bainbridge Lindsay S. Baker Ms. Kathy Bapst Dr. and Mrs. Frederik S. Barends Drs. Jason and Maria Barfield Mr. and Mrs. William E. Barnes III Debby Reynolds Barnhart Kimberly Snyder Barton Cynthia C. Bashore Carolyn Cox Batcheller Karen Walker Baty Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beall Mrs. James Lee Beam Mr. and Mrs. James Becker Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Becknell Ms. Kathryn Belfance Cynthia Lape Bellof Suellen Bennett Ms. Linda N. Benson Linda D. Benua Susan L. K. Berarducci Dr. Stephen and Mrs. Yong Suk Berger The Berner Family Ms. Susan Bauer and Mr. Stephen Bernheim Ian A. Best Blair A. Bethel, D.V.M. Bexley Activities Club Jennifer Reeb Biehn Elizabeth Wheeler Bishara Mr. and Mrs. Arun K. Biswas Mr. and Mrs. John K. Bitler Dr. Jaquelyn L. Bitler ’00 Doug and Jeni Blackburn Ms. Meredith Blatt Emily Chapman Blodgett Mr. Theodore Bloom Sarah Bloom Steven and Elizabeth Bluhm Laura Julien Blust Mr. Bernard Boiston and Ms. Katerina Dimou Nancy Rice Bott Mr. Brian Botzman Ms. Constance A. Bowen ’04 Dr. Bronya Boykin Ms. Sarah Brand Mrs. Eleanor Ackley Brandt ’89 Mrs. Peter Dunn Brennan Ms. Erica Brillson ’05 Ms. Sarah Brown ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Brown Ms. Karmell L. Brown ’09 Ms. Keely Brown Dr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Bullock Ms. Stephanie Burchfield Mrs. Raleigh Burges Burgess ’82 Dr. Marian Morris Burns Mr. and Mrs. Michael Burton Diane Fulford Bynum Mr. and Mrs. Steven Caldwell Ms. Sharon C. Cameron Ms. Duan Cannon H. Jay and Robin Ives Canowitz Ms. Rachel J. Canowitz ’13 Dia Mitchell Canter Ms. Barbara V. Carey

Mr. Robert H. Carlile Mr. William H. Carlile Mr. and Mrs. John and Jennifer Carney Susie Shepard Carr Ms. Jacqueline D. Carroll ’12 Mr. and Mrs. C. Guy Casagrande Mrs. Clare Willoughby Ceballos ’95 Mr. Cody Chaffin Ms. Saengdao Chaialee Judith A. Chambers Mrs. George N. Chandler II Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Chappelear Ms. Kacey Chappelear ’98 Ms. Debra Charna Mr. James and Dr. Mary Chomic Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chow Elaine G. Chu Mrs. Leo T. Chylack, Jr. Mrs. Richard E. Claar Mr. and Mrs. David J. Clarke, Sr. Jack and Gerry Clifford Ms. Meredith Coen ’04 Bennett A. and Lauren Feibel Cohen Mrs. Sandra W. Cohen Dr. Maria P. Congbalay Chuck R. and M. Annette Conkle John and Donna Cook Richard and Susan D. Coomer Mrs. Robert F. Cooper Mrs. Emily Allen Cowles ’03 Sarah Lane Crabtree Abbie McClintock Crane : Mrs. William L. Creviston Mary Croft Mrs. Timothy R. Croke Dr. Cathy Crompton Mrs. Lucy Morris Crotty ’83 Mrs. Marjorie Sanford Crouse ’91 Katie M. Culbertson Ms. Joan Cummins Candace Cuniberti Virginia A. Cunningham Mrs. Wendy Fahey Currier ’02 Mrs. Heidi F. Currier Dr. Ritu Bansal Cuttica ’94 Mrs. Britta Wiesner D’Anna ’97 Mr. Edward D’Arms and Ms. Joanne Goldhand Mrs. Carlton S. Dargusch, Jr. Alan and Louise Davidson Dr. Louise Davidson-Schmich ’86 Ms. Bryn Saxe Davies ’99 Ms. Victoria Davis ’00 Mr. Jeffrey S. Davis Ms. Janetta Davis Dr. Juliet Taylor and Mr. Michael Davis Jack and Vivian Witkind Davis Dr. Rebecca DeGraaf ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Dehlendorf Laura E. Dehlendorf Mrs. Margaret Prunte Del Col ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Lance W. Detrick Dr. Sherry B. Zox and Dr. Arnold H. Deutchman Ms. Emilee Zox Deutchman ’06 Ms. Hallee Z. Deutchman ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dewolf Mrs. Arden Patricia Dick Mr. and Ms. Dana H. Dickey Rev. Anne M. Dilenschneider ’73 Ms. Maria Dixon ’05

Kim and Jacob Dobres Dr. Frank A. Doden and Dr. Lori J. Askeland Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Stephanie Donley Ms. Caroline S. Donnan Dr. and Ms. Yu Li Mrs. Rudy Drabick Mrs. Frank L. Driver III Mrs. Emily Johnston Dube’ ’85 Mrs. Stanley Ducharme Mrs. Mandy Berlin Duff ’00 Ms. Colleen M. Duffy ’84 Mr. Frank L. Dunham Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T. Dye Ms. Carole Kennon-Eaton Mrs. Robert F. Ebinger Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Edic Mr. and Mrs. John W. Edwards Betsy Farrar Edwards Peggy S. Edwards Dr. Nicole Edwards Mrs. Garth N. Edwards Ms. Teresa C. Eigel ’08 Ms. Caroline Elia ’09 Mrs. Geraldine P. Ellman J. Richard Emens and Beatrice Wolper Ms. Cynthia Epler ’95 Kitty Morton Epler Ms. Melinda Snyder ’93 and Mr. Aaron Epstein Dr. Donna Erickson Ms. Elizabeth Esser Mrs. Jessica L. Evans Dick and Pat Evans Mr. and Mrs. Freddie T. Everett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Exline Drs. George and Abigail Faerber Ms. Laura Fanning ’07 Mrs. Jeanne Ferguson Fansler ’72 Ms. Sheri Farber ’85 Ms. Kimberly Fauber Ms. Natalie L. Feldman ’13 Mr. and Mrs. David T. Fenner Ms. Kristian Rose-Anderson Fenner ’97 Mr. and Mrs. John and Khampraseuth Fetters Ms. Holly Field Mrs. Jerry P. Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleege Ms. Crystal Fletcher Mrs. Kristin Kirk Florey ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Keith D. Fluharty Ms. Charity Fluharty ’06 Brian and Nancy Flynn Mr. Michael Flynn and Ms. Diane Hoenig Mr. and Mrs. Micky Fullen Cindy Folio (Raabe) Pam McMurray Foote Bob and Sandy Forche Dr. Robert J. and Mrs. Alison B. Forche Mrs. Andrew G. Forrest, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore D. Frank Mike and Colleen Frank Franklin Park Conservatory Mrs. Mark L. French Mrs. Jennifer Ull Frey ’94 Mrs. Katy Dell Frickel ’90

Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Carol Friedel Mr. and Mrs. Randal H. Friedlander Mrs. Hindi Lichtenstein Friedman Jessica A. Fries-Gaither Dan and Sue Fronk Ms. Desiree M. Fuerst Mr. and Mrs. John and Natalie Furniss Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Sarah Fusonie Dr. Marilee L. Gallagher Greg Gammons and Elizabeth Johnson Ms. Myriam Garcia Ms. Elizabeth C. Garland ’86 Pamela J. Garrett W. Riley Garrott and Dawn Garrott Mrs. Lyndsey Fish Gelhaus ’95 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel George Ms. Emily Gerlach ’05 Ms. Jane H. Gibson Dr. Stephanie L. Gibson Dr. Sajad Gilani Mr. Eugene Gillison, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gillison Barbara (Babs) Summer Glazier Jennifer Glimpse Global Impact Mr. and Mrs. Eli Goldach Dr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Goldberg Dr. and Mrs. Joshua Goldberg Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Goldberg Ms. Jessica Goldman ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gordon Dr. Katherine Kakis Graham ’96 Mr. and Mrs. Elliott S. Grayson Mr. and Mrs. Josh and Amy Greenberg David B. and Susan B. Greenberger Mrs. Lisa Mueller Greene ’83 Ms. Lauren Greenspan Ms. Lacey Greenwalt ’04 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gregory Mr. and Mrs. John Groeber Mrs. Herbert S. Gross Lana Baker and Michael W. Gruber Christine Guenther, DO Mr. and Mrs. Jeff and Betsy Gugle Paige Gullett Ms. Madeline A. Hadley ’13 Mr. George and Dr. Elaine Hairston Dr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Hall Mrs. Emily Hall Mrs. David M. Haller Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hamilton Re’Kiya Hamilton Mrs. Alfred H. Harmon Mrs. Marissa Fullarton Harnett ’85 Mrs. Sara Smith Harris ’70 Laurie Gregory and Seth Harris Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Harris Ms. Michelle Harrison ’07 Ms. Helen B. Hart Amy Hartman John and Pam Hartshorne Ellie Hasan ’14 Dr. Shah Hasan and Ms. Georgia Boggs Fred and Karen Hasbargen Ms. Dona M. Hasbargen Ms. Sally Hauser ’10 Ms. Barbara B. Havens Ms. Brenda R. Hayhurst Ms. Danielle Hayot ’94

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Ms. Ariel Haytas ’05 Mr. Scott Hearst and Ms. Karen Auble Matthew Heller and Kathleen Muenchen Mrs. Karen Henry Helmick ’80 Mrs. Alfred J. Henney Ms. Megan Henry Mr. and Mrs. Donogh Hernon Mrs. Margaret Herrmann Ms. Frances Johnson Hester Ms. Greta J. Hilbrands ’11 Mr. and Mrs. Kirk and Victoria Hilbrands The Hildreth Foundation, Inc. Erin Hiller ’97 Dr. and Mrs. David Hoag Alan and Julie Hochman Ms. Joan-Margaret Hodge ’05 Ms. Rebecca Hoffman ’86 Julie Minor Hoffman Raymond T. and Ruth Ann Hohl William C. and Susan Holliday Home Instead Senior Care Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Horner Mr. Michael Houghton and Ms. Ann Joyce Anne Saxby Houle Ms. Elizabeth Hoy ’05 Ms. Judith Davidson Hoye Kelly Hoyt-Standley Dr. Jiang Hua and Mrs. Huiqing Fang Ms. Nancy Sirak Hudson Mrs. Louis C. Huesmann II Ms. Carol J. Huff Ms. Maria Ann Huff Ms. Stephanie Woodhouse Hughes ’95 Humana Foundation, Inc. Colin P. Hunt Ms. Brooke Hunter-Lombardi Leslie Huntington Ms. Kelley L. Hutta Randi Stein Hutton Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hyer Sebastian and Rebecca McCabe Ibel Mrs. Tracey A. Ingram Ms. Ashley Ingram ’04 Pureza Jacaban Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Jacobs Mrs. Darcy Copeland Jalandoni ’02 Dr. Tensing Maa and Mr. James Jeffers Dr. and Mrs. Hasan K. Jeffries Ms. Chelsea M. Bowden and Mr. Craig T. Jendza Mr. and Mrs. Karl Johnson Mr. Kiehner Johnson Martha Downing Johnson Mr. and Mrs. C. DeVere Johnson Nicole D. Johnson Mrs. Wolfgang K. Joklik Mr. and Mrs. Ken Jones Ms. Andy Jones Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Jordan JP Morgan Chase Foundation Junior League of Columbus Mr. Douglas A. Kahn Leigh Kane Mr. Stanley H. Katz April Zimmerman Katz ’87 and Kyle D. Katz Mrs. Anne Kauffman

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Mr. and Mrs. David Kauffman Ms. Talia Kayne ’05 Dr. and Ms. Thomas Keeling Lindsey Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kessler Tracy Kessler Mrs. Edith E. Keys Mrs. Teresa Sanfelippo Kilgallen ’91 Ms. Julia Kim ’90 Dr. Gordon Kim Dr. Sandra C. Kim Mr. and Mrs. Gilman D. Kirk, Jr. Mrs. Linda Klayman Mr. Keith Klingenberg Isaac Klopfenstein Mrs. Sarah Knepp ’96 Mr. and Dr. Damon L. Knight Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Knott Maggie Wuorinen Koerner Dr. Elizabeth and Mr. Lucas Koffler Ms. Nancy Kohler ’99 Dr. Stephanie Kakos Kraft ’86 Mr. Jeffrey Kramer Mrs. Bruce W. Kranz Mrs. Jane Krastel Ron and Kathleen Krupa Marla Krupman ’81 Andrea Krupman ’84 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kuick Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Kurtz III Mr. and Mrs. Peter E. Lacaillade Ms. Kathleen E. Lach-Rowan ’81 Dr. and Mrs. Jerry R. Ladman Ms. Connie Laginess Anne Werum Lambright Ms. Vanessa Landrum Dr. David Lang and Dr. Tayma al Faruqi Ms. Carla Lane James R. and Enas A. Lanham Heather LaVielle Mrs. Mary Lou Lawrence Dr. Veronica Leahy Laurie Zox Leder Dr. and Mrs. Ken Lee Ms. Joey Leff ’00 Mrs. Mary Zook Legere ’95 Ms. M. Drue Lehmann Ms. Sara Leighty ’09 Ms. Mary Ann Leonard Ms. Natalie A. Lester ’97 Ms. Serena M. Lett Dr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Levin Ms. Karen Levin ’03 Sandra Yenkin Levine Mrs. Gene P. Lewis Jennifer Li Suzanne Lin The Reverend Tracey Lind Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lindemann Ms. Taylor E. Lint ’11 Ms. Rebecca Kastan Lipnick ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Tony and Marianne Lisska Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerald Livingston Martha Livingston Ms. Kathryn L. Logan ’01 Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Lomonico Ms. Audra Longert ’95 Mrs. Tremper Longman Ms. Bridget A. Lorenz ’12 Ms. Ashley Love ’01 Ms. June E. Loving

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Dorothy Luckage Ms. Heather A. Luke ’96 Mr. and Mrs. George and Susan Lunt Dr. Wenzhi Luo and Ms. Ke Zhang Neil and Cindy Lynch Ms. Pamela W. Lynn Joanne Lynn Mrs. Theodore Mack Ms. Elizabeth Mahler Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Maite Mrs. Michael M. Major Mrs. Keith I. Malick Alyson Neugebauer Mandel Mr. Jose Luis Manriquez Laurel H. Marks ’84 Miss Mary C. Marsh Mary K. and Howard P. Marvel Ms. Libby Marvel ’05 Mrs. Barbara B. Massie Robert and Ruth Masters Mrs. George H. Matchneer ’50 Dr. and Mrs. H. Lee Mathews Mrs. Katie Piazza Matney ’95 Mr. and Ms. Matthew Mazur Dr. Kent Maynard and Dr. Susan Diduk Kristen Bibart McCabe Mrs. Leslie Siegel McCarthy ’92 Rachel McCloskey Ms. Michaela McConnell ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Jennifer McCormick Elizabeth Keny McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Jennifer McDonald Mrs. Paul K. McDonald Ms. Ann Marie McDonnell Amanda Moore McGinnis ’99 Ms. Mary McGlocklin Mr. and Mrs. Michael McGuire Ms. Marcia W. McHam The Rev. Ellen L. McIlroy, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. David McKee Mrs. Charles J. McKitrick Mr. and Mrs. Keith and Mary Lou McNamara Ms. Betsy McNamara Marilyn Masson McRae Mr. and Mrs. William Y. Meade Mrs. Meade Rupp Means ’98 Medtronic Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Jason Melillo Seton Melvin Dr. and Mrs. Ehud Mendel Ms. Hannah E. Mendel ’14 Ms. Angela M. Mentel ’12 Jim and Gloria Merkel William and Gloria Merryman Metropolitan Columbus Daylily Society Ms. Chloe Metz ’94 Dr. Martha Michael Mr. and Mrs. Roger Michaels Ms. Heather Michaels ’08 Ms. Margaret Miller Mr. and Mrs. William and Shelley Miller Ms. Phebe Miller Ms. Hailey C. Miller ’13 Mrs. Jennifer Miller ’93 Mrs. Charles W. Miller Ms. Ruth Milligan

Mrs. George E. Milum Matthew D. and Rebecca Coomer Minkin Ms. Rebecca Moehring ’83 Mrs. Linsey Moffett Dr. Aase Moller-Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moosavian Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Morbitt Diana Clatworthy Morgan Mr. Frank R. Morris, Jr. Mrs. S. I. Morris Keith and Tarah Morris Mr. Stan Morris Mr. and Mrs. Pete Morse Daniel W. and Roberta S. Morton Miss Maegan O. Mosher ’19 Karen and Neil Moss Julianne Mueller Dr. and Mrs. Michael R. Murnane Ms. Mia Murphy Ms. Mary W. Muryn Julie P. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Nance Ms. Erin L. Nash ’91 Ms. Erin M. Neal Kasey Neer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newkirk Ms. Kathleen Gruber Newland Dr. and Mrs. Sy Nguyen Ronald Nocks Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nowalany Colleen Oakes Susan Li O’Connor Ms. Patricia J. Miranda and Mr. Christopher A. O’Leary Mr. and Mrs. John H. Offenberg Frank O’Grady Mrs. Anna Kakos Okell ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Oluwaponmile Oloyede Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Onda Ms. Taylor Onda ’09 Ms. Alexandra Ording ’05 Ms. Beth Richards Owens Nancy E. Pace, M.D., MSPH Ms. Tammarra Pace Mr. John Pace Ms. Penelope A. Packard Mr. Jerome F. Page, Jr. Mrs. Nancy A. Page Ms. Rachael Pallay ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Papadakis Mr. and Mrs. David Parker Marilyn K. and Philip C. Parker Mrs. Richard L. Parry Dr. and Mrs. C. Bayard B. Paschall, III Ms. Hannah T. Paschall ’00 Avani J. Patel Mrs. Jill Patrick-Smith ’80 Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Paul Tamera Pedon Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Penn Ellen Petruzzella Suzanne Pfeiffer Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Pompili Mrs. Sue Popadych Ms. Tracy Potter Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Powell Ms. Jessica Germain Price ’00 Mr. and Mrs. John Privette Mrs. Charles G. Proctor Ms. Alicia Prokos ’84 Ms. Pam Prouty ’85


Ms. Brenda Riley Provonsil ’83 Mr. Steven Pryor Cathy Paraskos Pultz The Pfizer Foundation Mrs. Robert M. Quillin Miss Rachel Rak ’15 Tina Powell Rak ’83 Miss Kathleen J. Raney Ms. Barbara J. Ratner John Rau and Diane Cole Ms. Lisa A. Reaves Ms. Judy A. Redd Ms. Becca Reeb ’00 Ms. Maggi-Meg Reed Ms. Elizabeth W. Reiland ’75 Paul and Sheila O’Donnell Reiner Mrs. Cathleen Reis ’00 Ms. Christa Roundhouse Reurink ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Chris and Joceleyn Reynolds Vafa Riazi and Sheila Shahamat Mr. and Mrs. Paul Riccio, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Rice Barbara Werum Richard Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richards Frances Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Riley Mrs. Hilary Leister Ritter ’02 Mrs. Martha Roberts Dr. and Mrs. John L. Robinson Karen Johanna Rockwell Dr. Soraya Rofagha ’96 Dr. and Mrs. Perry M. Rogers Ms. Jennifer Poulton Rose Mr. and Mrs. Barry R. Rosen Howard and Laura Crabbe Rosenberg Ms. Aris K. Rosh ’94 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rothschild, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Milo M. Rouse, Jr. Ms. Sarah Rubenstein ’88 Ms. Jane Rudicel Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Stacey A. Ruff Mrs. Richard H. Rugen Richard and Rosemary Rumberger Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Rupp Ms. Francesca Russo ’02 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Ryan Ms. Sarah E. Ryan ’85 Ms. Maggie Saddler ’04 Ms. Theresa Saelim Ms. Donna B. Salsich Mrs. Edwin W. Salzman Samson Capital Advisors, LLC Mr. Eric Sanchez and Mrs. Erika Hernandez-Sanchez Barbara Ritter Sauder John and Beth Sauer Ms. Jennifer Savitscus Mrs. Sheri Gillery Scaglione ’84 Mrs. Martha H. Scavongelli Lesley Wilson Schaab Jeffrey C. and Kim M. Schellhaas Ms. Jane Schiff Mr. and Mrs. John R. Schlicher Mary L. and Bill Schmertz Mr. and Mrs. Jay Schoedinger Kate E. Schoedinger Pamela Schofield Ms. Prudence Schofield Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. and Melanie Schottenstein

Ms. Staci Pangle Schulte Mrs. Ray V. Schumacher, Jr. Dr. Sara Schwebel Dr. Carol R. Schwebel Mrs. Marvin Schweiger Sarah M. Schweitzer Susan and Christopher Scott Mrs. Angela McLarty Seamon ’94 Mr. Aaron A. Seamon Mrs. Lindsay Lawrence Sears ’85 Katherine Seese Mr. and Mrs. Dewey A. Sehring Mr. Daniel Shaffer and Dr. Sharon Stout-Shaffer Ms. Susan Smith Shages Karen Ellman Shaine Ms. Caitlin Shanahan ’05 Mrs. Shelagh Connor Shapiro ’81 Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Myra Sharfin Ms. Amy Dunning Sheehan ’83 Mr. Jonathan Sherman Mrs. Sarai Brachman Shoup ’84 Mr. Samantha Shuler ’87 Dorrie Argo Sieburg Mrs. Richard Silverman Mrs. JoAnna Simek ’01 Pastor and Mrs. Snowden G. Sims Doug and Joyce Simson The Simson Foundation Corinne and Sheldon Sinai Mrs. Elizabeth Exline Sinclair ’00 Mrs. Louis A. Sisler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Skobrak Carolyn Denbow Smallwood Mr. and Mrs. Eric and Kelly Smith Karen and Gregory Smith Jill Smith Dr. Kelley Kazor Smith ’95 Ms. Karen Scranton and Mr. Russell Smith Mrs. Timothy Snively Joel and Christine Wittmann Snyder Mrs. Krissa Kean Spence’ 95 Mrs. William E. Sprague The Springfield Foundation Carrie Montague Stanny Laurie Aronson Starr Ms. Felicity Steele Mrs. Walter W. Steffen Ms. Lynne’ Steinhaus Ms. Patricia Lynn and Mr. Paul Steltz Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Ruth Stenberg Ms. Catherine W. Stephenson Mrs. Louis Stevenson Mrs. Ann Pierman Stewart Ms. Charlotte Stiverson Mrs. Carole Schiff Straus Stripes Diversity Officials Association Mr. Craig Stuntz and Ms. Chrys Gee Pam and Tony Sugar Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Sugar III Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sullivan Mrs. R. John Summers Ms. and Ms. Cara and Lori Sussman Mrs. Donna C. Swartz Kevin and Lynn Sweeney Mrs. Emily Marsh Szabo ’80 Thomas and Lynne Tappan Katherine Taub ’94 Mr. Rainey S. Taylor, Jr. Drs. Bennett and Martha Tepper

Mrs. Agnes A. Thomas Barbara Monett Thomas Ms. Christine Thorne, M.D. ’84 Mrs. James R. Thorson Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Thvedt Dr. Angela Thyer ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Tiefenthaler Ms. Mary Ann Tierney Ms. Ashley Todaro ’06 Lauren C. Todd Ms. Cindy Trask Ann Turpie-Hooker Tween Brands Ms. Elizabeth Tynan Mr. and Mrs. Renny Tyson, Jr. Mrs. Mary Ulbrich Dr. James and Mrs. Ann Uselman Drs. Renee Caputo and Luis Vaccarello Ms. Zoe Van Dyke ’07 Mr. Derek VanderZwan Mrs. Robert Howard Vernon Mr. Garry Vershinin and Ms. April Sherry Suzanne Benua Vorbrugg Dr. and Mrs. Nichols Vorys Ms. Eleanor A. Vorys ’12 Ms. Katherine Vorys ’07 Catherine Kurtz Vrenna Mrs. Katherine Arnold Wade Ms. Tiarra Wade ’04 Ms. Sarah Wagner ’82 Jeremy Walker Mr. Michael Waller Jean and Pete Warnick Jeremy Waterfall Mr. and Mrs. Kim Waterfall Mr. and Mrs. Te’Lario and LaVanya Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Danny Watkins Russ and Rebecca Watts James D. and Treva L. Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Webb Mrs. Lucia Detrick Weihe Mr. Stanley Weiland and Ms. Heather Forrest Ms. Susan Weiler Mrs. Elizabeth Weinstein ’97 Leah Weintraub Mrs. Lisa Busche Welch ’85 Ms. Janie Marr Werum Ms. Elizabeth Westley Ms. Julia White ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Whitlow Drs. Bryan and Amy Whitson Jeanne W. Whittaker Mrs. Anne K. Wilder Ms. Carmen C. Wilder Ms. Elizabeth Williams Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Williams, Jr. Nancy Dunn Williams, Ph.D. Blair L. Williams ’07 Mrs. Cathryn Williard The Reverend Charles Wilson and Ms. Julie Barry David B. and Bobbi Wilson Miss Katherine Wilson ’17 Miss Margaret Wilson ’17 Mrs. Marilyn Beckman Wilson ’85 Mrs. Vandita Malviya Wilson ’86 Mrs. Rebecca Schuller Wilsusen ’91 Ms. Sara Winters ’07

Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Wolfe Norina V. Wolfe Ms. Hope Wolman ’82 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wood Chelsea Woods ’00 Ms. Ping Wu Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yamamoto Ms. Marjorie Yano ’03 Ms. Elizabeth Yassenoff ’04 Mr. Michael Yates Margie and Tom Yatsko Ms. Margaret Yatsko ’10 Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Yerke Eliza K. Yoakum Ms. Debbie Yoho Ms. Sarah Yost ’07 Mrs. Sheldon M. Young Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Young Ms. Regina J. Yu ’13 Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ziegler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Judith Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Zox

COLLEGIATE CLUB

By giving something back to CSG, young alumnae in the Collegiate Club are introduced, while still in school, to a lifelong practice of giving. 2011 Greta Hilbrands 2011 Taylor Lint 2012 Jacqueline Carroll 2012 Bridget Lorenz 2012 Angela Mentel 2012 Eleanor Vorys 2013 Rachel Canowitz 2013 Natalie Feldman 2013 Madeline Hadley 2013 Hailey Miller 2013 Kendall Smith 2013 Regina (Gina) Yu 2014 Georgia (Ellie) Hasan 2014 Hannah Mendel

DECADE CLUB

The Decade Club recognizes the strong support of the most recent alumnae to this year’s Annual Giving. It represents the future security of Columbus School for Girls. The Club is exclusive this year to those members of the Class of 2005 through 2014 who have given $100 or more. 2005 Allison Ansari 2005 Maria Dixon 2005 Jillian Diamond Gliksberg 2005 Elizabeth Hoy 2005 Rebecca Kastan Lipnick 2005 Libby Marvel 2005 Georgia Ruch 2005 Caitlin Shanahan 2005 Allison Elia Wisely 2006 Ashley Todaro 2007 Jordan Hilbrands 2008 Heather Davies Michaels 2012 Jacqueline Carroll 2013 Hailey Miller 2013 Kendall Smith 2013 Regina (Gina) Yu

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Parents

UPPER SCHOOL Class of 2015 – 50% Anonymous (2) In Honor of Sangita Biswas Mr. and Mrs. Arun K. Biswas In Honor of Kirby Boes Dr. Thomas J. and Mrs. Penny Masters Boes In Honor of Mary Anne Click Robert O. and Amy W. Click In Honor of Emily Dach Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Dach In Honor of Valerie Du Mrs. Liping Xin and Mr. Yang Du In Honor of Rebecca Flaherty Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flaherty In Honor of Bess Greenberg Mr. and Mrs. Josh and Amy Greenberg In Honor of Megan Gumina Dr. Richard Gumina and Dr. Patricia Witman In Honor of Juntao He Mr. Preecha Inthisarn and Mrs. Aifeng Zhong In Honor of Gabrielle Kennedy John and Mary Kennedy In Honor of Julia Mackessy Mr. and Mrs. John Mackessy In Honor of Jemma Maynard Dr. Kent Maynard and Dr. Susan Diduk In Honor of Kathryn McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Michael McGuire In Honor of Rachel Politi Drs. Joel and Julie Politi In Honor of Paige Quinton Mr. and Mrs. Max Quinton In Honor of Alexa Raasch Drs. Thomas Raasch and Roanne Flom In Honor of Erika Sims Pastor and Mrs. Snowden G. Sims In Honor of Katherine Tierney Brian and Beth Tierney In Honor of Alexandra Verzella Dr. and Mrs. David H. and Barbara Verzella In Honor of Linda Yang Drs. Xinfa Yang and Cuizhen Li In Honor of Kathryn Yatsko Margie and Tom Yatsko

Class of 2016 – 54% Anonymous (3) Ms. Monica Baldi-Kemp Ms. Leslie Belfance Dr. and Mrs. Darrin Bright Drs. Tom and Lisa Courtice Dr. and Mrs. Nicholas Davakis Mr. Jeffrey S. Davis Timothy and Marilu Faber Dr. Jonathan and Mrs. Lori Ann Feibel

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Dr. Bryan Feldman and Ms. Melissa Zox Dr. Robert J. and Mrs. Alison B. Forche Greg Gammons and Elizabeth Johnson Pat and Kate Giller Jeff and Lynn Henderson Alan D. and Lisa A. Hinson Kelly Hoyt-Standley Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Knott Mr. and Mrs. George and Susan Lunt Neil and Cindy Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Michael McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moosavian Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Moran Mr. John Narcross and Ms. Susan Zoldak Bernard A. and Kathleen M. Ostrowski Mr. and Mrs. Don Parkhill David J. and Catharine Moritz Presper Mr. and Mrs. John Privette Lavea Brachman and Andrew O. Smith Stephen P. and Lynne E. C. Smith Pam and Tony Sugar Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Woda Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yale

Class of 2017 – 84% Anonymous (2) Mr. Akeem Babatunde Cynthia Babatunde Ms. Monica Baldi-Kemp Mrs. Eugenia E. Erlij and Mr. Andrew Brodey Mr. and Mrs. Steven Caldwell Mr. Edward D’Arms and Ms. Joanne Goldhand Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Stephanie Donley Mr. and Mrs. Michael Elkind Mr. and Mrs. Freddie T. Everett, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel George Mr. and Mrs. William Heyer Dr. Roya Zarraby Kazemi Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kelley John and Mary Kennedy Mr. Stephen Keyes and Ms. Lauren Bonfield Dr. Wenzhi Luo and Ms. Ke Zhang Andrew D. and Carrie L. Madison Mr. and Mrs. John Mackessy Mrs. Elizabeth McClinchie Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Morbitt Dr. and Mrs. James W. Murakami Ms. Mia Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Mike Palackdharry Mr. and Ms. Paul Riccio, Jr. Dr. Shahin Shahinfar and Dr. Hamideh Shamsai Brian and Beth Tierney Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wagenbrenner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wallace Mr. Michael Waller James D. and Treva L. Weaver Jim and Kim Rice Wilson Mr. Gregory Wong and Dr. Karen Kwek Drs. Sanjay and Barbara Yadav Michael E. Yaffe and Karin Yaffe Stump Mr. Michael Yates

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Class of 2018 – 63% Dr. Anika and Mr. John Anthony Dr. Mary and Mr. Brad Arensberg Mr. and Mrs. Keith Arnold Mr. Akeem Babatunde Cynthia Babatunde Ms. Saengdao Chaialee Steve and Nancy Falk Mr. Michael Flynn and Ms. Diane Hoenig Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fronk Greg Gammons and Elizabeth Johnson Ms. Myriam Garcia Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gillison Mr. and Mrs. Daniel and Mary Hackett Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Halley Mr. and Mrs. Donogh Hernon Mr. and Mrs. William Heyer Kelly Hoyt-Standley Drs. Aniket and Sarita Joshi Mr. and Mrs. David Kauffman Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Kaufman Dr. Roya Zarraby Kazemi Thomas D. and Jane Kessler Lennox Mr. and Mrs. George and Susan Lunt Ms. Abigail Mack Dr. and Mrs. Tasos and Tina Manokas Drs. John and Ann McAlearney Mr. and Mrs. Jason Melillo Darren S. and Helen Patton David J. and Catharine Moritz Presper Mr. Ira Sharfin John S. and Elizabeth C. Sokol Mr. Craig Stuntz and Ms. Chrys Gee Paul and Diane Swoboda Mr. and Mrs. Bill Watts Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Weiler Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Wilkes Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yamamoto

MIDDLE SCHOOL Class of 2019 – 84%

Anonymous (3) Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey W. Arthur Mr. Johnathon S. Barnes and Ms. Jenny Corotis Barnes ’81 Ian A. Best Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brigdon Dr. and Mrs. Darrin Bright Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dewolf Kim and Jacob Dobres Ms. Kimberly Fauber Dr. Jonathan and Mrs. Lori Ann Feibel Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Harris Mr. and Mrs. Donogh Hernon Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Klosterman Dr. David Lang and Dr. Tayma al Faruqi Mary Pat Martin and Rick Livingston Drs. Carolyn and Russell Lonser James and Jana Maniace Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Jennifer McDonald Scott and Susan Merryman Robert and Amy Milbourne Diane Mosher Timothy and Colleen O’Dell Mr. and Mrs. David Parker Mr. and Mrs. Scott Passias Dr. and Mrs. Robert Polite

Drs. Joel and Julie Politi John Rau and Diane Cole Dr. Jennifer and Mr. Craig Richardson Jeffrey C. and Kim M. Schellhaas Mr. and Mrs. Randy Schoedinger Dr. Shahin Shahinfar and Dr. Hamideh Shamsai Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Showe Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith III Claudia F.E. Kirsch, MD and Mr. Taub T. Swartz Brian and Beth Tierney Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Twombly Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wagenbrenner Harris and Jennifer Zaranek Wood Bobby Yu and Jeva Lin Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ziegler, Jr.

Class of 2020 – 64% Anonymous (1) Brett M. and Cecily Chester Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey W. Arthur Mr. Edward D’Arms and Ms. Joanne Goldhand Mr. and Mrs. Lance W. Detrick Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Denise Glimcher Mr. and Mrs. Brian Hall Dr. and Mrs. Robert Brian Hardy Dr. and Mrs. David Hoag Gregory S. and Erica Jackson Mr. and Mrs. David Kauffman James R. and Enas A. Lanham Dr. Kent Maynard and Dr. Susan Diduk Mr. and Mrs. David McCurdy Mr. and Mrs. Pete Morse Dr. and Mrs. Sy Nguyen Ms. Patricia J. Miranda and Mr. Christopher A. O’Leary Mr. Thad R. and Dr. Susanne G. Perry Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery M. Poth Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Robins, Jr. Bryan and Betsy Ross Ms. Theresa Saelim Mr. and Mrs. David and Laura Schoettmer Mr. and Mrs. Siamak Shayani John S. and Elizabeth C. Sokol Scott and Alecia Solomon Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Tiefenthaler

Class of 2021 – 84% Anonymous (4) Dr. Anika and Mr. John Anthony Kevin and Jennifer Brady H. Jay and Robin Ives Canowitz Mr. and Mrs. David J. Clarke, Sr. Mr. Dan and Mrs. Wray Clifford Mrs. Jessica L. Evans Mr. and Mrs. David Feinberg Dr. and Mrs. Vidu Garg Pat and Kate Giller Dr. Richard Gumina and Dr. Patricia Witman John and Pam Hartshorne Mr. Scott Hearst and Ms. Karen Auble Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Horner Mr. Mark Kelly and Mrs. Margaret McDonald-Kelly Dr. Elizabeth and Mr. Lucas Koffler Mr. Jeffrey Kramer


Mr. and Mrs. Jay and Sue Kromalic Dr. and Mrs. Mark D. Lomeo Matthew D. and Rebecca Coomer Minkin Mr. John Pace Ms. Tammarra Pace Dayna and Tommy Payne Howard and Laura Crabbe Rosenberg Mr. Jonathan Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Sommer Mr. Garry Vershinin and Ms. April Sherry Jeremy Waterfall Mr. and Mrs. Te’Lario and LaVanya Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Todd Werstler Ms. Elizabeth Westley The Reverend Charles Wilson and Ms. Julie Barry Mr. and Mrs. Mark Yamamoto Mr. and Mrs. Stuart and Lisa Young

LOWER SCHOOL Class of 2022 – 80%

Anonymous (2) Brett M. and Cecily Chester Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Tim Aslaner Ian A. Best Mr. Bernard Boiston and Ms. Katerina Dimou Dr. Bronya Boykin Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Daly Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Edic Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleege Dr. and Mrs. Robert Brian Hardy Laurie Gregory and Seth Harris Mr. and Mrs. James Huddleston Mr. and Mrs. Stu Kemper Mr. and Dr. Damon L. Knight Dr. David Lang and Dr. Tayma al Faruqi James R. and Enas A. Lanham Dr. and Mrs. James M. Lapierre Drs. Carolyn and Russell Lonser Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Maite Dr. and Mrs. Tasos and Tina Manokas Rachael McCloskey Mr. and Mrs. James Merkel Mr. and Mrs. Brian and Lori Murphy Dr. Hariklia Louvakis and Mr. Craig Nagy Mr. and Mrs. Mike Palackdharry Dr. Kirstin Lindberg and Mr. Tim Rennick Yoaz Saar and Julie Schottenstein John and Beth Sauer Hope and Jim Schrim Mr. Ira Sharfin Ms. and Ms. Cara and Lori Sussman Drs. Bennett and Martha Tepper Mr. Derek VanderZwan Mr. Stanley Weiland and Ms. Heather Forrest Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Woda Mr. Dan Wong Bobby Yu and Jeva Lin

Class of 2023 -94% Anonymous (3) Liz Alexander Mr. Bryce Baker Drs. F. Andrew and Paige Shalter Bruening

Drs. James and Marya Cassandra Ms. Raeanne Ellis-Baker Mr. and Mrs. Micky Fullen Aman Garcha and Danielle Demko Ms. Jennifer Readler and Mr. Philip Hartmann Dr. Tensing Maa and Mr. James Jeffers Dr. Jennifer and Mr. Kevin Jones Dr. Ana and Mr. Dimuthu Kelegama Mr. Mark Kelly and Mrs. Margaret McDonald-Kelly Dr. Gordon Kim Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kleinman Mr. and Dr. Damon L. Knight Dr. and Mrs. Peter Lafferty Suzanne Lin Mr. and Mrs. Eric Luckage Mr. and Mrs. J.J. McCarthy Mrs. Linsey Moffett Mr. and Mrs. Pete Morse Dr. and Mrs. Sy Nguyen Ms. Patricia J. Miranda and Mr. Christopher A. O’Leary Mr. William Peddicord Mr. Chad Readler Vafa Riazi and Sheila Shahamat Mr. Aaron A. Seamon Mrs. Angela McLarty Seamon ’94 Claudia F.E. Kirsch, MD and Mr. Taub T. Swartz Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wagenbrenner Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wallace

Class of 2024 – 67% Dr. and Mrs. Brent H. Adler Brett M. and Cecily Chester Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Burgess Mr. James and Dr. Mary Chomic Dr. Jeffrey H. Donaldson and Elizabeth Zimmerman Donaldson ’92 Ms. Melinda Snyder ’93 and Mr. Aaron Epstein Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fadel Dr. Stephanie L. Gibson Dr. Shari and Mr. Chris Graham Michael and Karen Lurie Jones April Zimmerman Katz ’87 and Kyle D. Katz Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kessler Dr. Gordon Kim Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kuick Suzanne Lin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin Mr. and Mrs. David McKee Dr. and Mrs. Oluwaponmile Oloyede Ms. Barbara D. Pantano Drs. Joel and Julie Politi Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith III Dr. James and Mrs. Ann Uselman Dr. Lorraine S. Wallace and Mr. William H. Wallace Drs. Bryan and Amy Whitson

Class of 2025 – 76% Anonymous (1) Mr. and Mrs. David and Mona Barber Jeni Britton Bauer and Charly Bauer Mr. and Mrs. John and Jennifer Carney Drs. James and Marya Cassandra Mr. and Mrs. Diwakar Chand Jennifer McNally and Michael Flamm

Drs. Richard and Cheryl Golden Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kleinman Dr. and Mrs. Ken Lee Mr. and Ms. Matthew Mazur Dr. and Mrs. Peter Meuse Keith and Tarah Morris Mr. and Ms. Joseph Norton Bryan and Betsy Ross Mr. Aaron A. Seamon Mrs. Angela McLarty Seamon ’94 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith III Mr. Craig White and Ms. Heidi Popadych

Class of 2026 – 77% Anonymous (1) Mr. Sven Bergmann and Mrs. Nicole Kendell Ms. Elizabeth Siemer and Mr. Andrew Bohutinsky Dr. Bronya Boykin Drs. Victor V. Dizon and Deborah J. Woidtke Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T. Dye Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Hensley Sebastian and Rebecca McCabe Ibel April Zimmerman Katz ’87 and Kyle D. Katz Mr. and Mrs. Adam Lewin Drs. Carolyn and Russell Lonser Andrew D. and Carrie L. Madison Mr. and Ms. Sean and Marie Malloy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin Mr. and Mrs. John Massimiani Mr. and Ms. Matthew Mazur Mr. and Mrs. William McIntyre Mr. and Mrs. Tejas Mehta Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Webb Mr. and Mrs. Charles Webber

PROGRAM FOR YOUNG CHILDREN Class of 2027 – 75%

Anonymous (3) Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Armstrong Dr. and Ms. Alex Auseon Cindy and Robert Baker Mr. Sven Bergmann and Mrs. Nicole Kendell Mr. and Dr. Michael and Angela Casey Drs. Victor V. Dizon and Deborah J. Woidtke Dr. Nicole Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Micky Fullen Mr. and Mrs. John and Natalie Furniss Aman Garcha and Danielle Demko Drs. Richard and Cheryl Golden Mr. Thomas J. Grote and Mr. Richard B. Neal, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff and Betsy Gugle Mr. and Mrs. John F. Havens II Dr. Jennifer and Mr. Kevin Jones Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kessler Mr. and Mrs. Ryan E. Laginess Dr. and Mrs. Ken Lee Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Maite Mr. and Mrs. John Massimiani Regan and Andrew Mazak Mr. and Mrs. Michael Papadakis Mr. and Mrs. Chris and Jocelyn Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wallace

Class of 2028 – 100% Anonymous (1) The Alonso-Taub Family Dr. Adebomi Omikunle and Mr. Akinyinka Awosika Drs. Jason and Maria Barfield Mr. and Mrs. William E. Barnes III Mr. and Mrs. John and Jennifer Carney Dr. L. Mark Dean and Ms. Malinda L. Susalla Mr. and Mrs. Thomas and Sarah Fusonie Dr. and Mrs. Joshua Goldberg Dr. and Mrs. Hasan K. Jeffries Dr. and Ms. Thomas Keeling Dr. Ana and Mr. Dimuthu Kelegama Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kuss Dr. Yu Li and Ms. Guangying Dou Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Lomonico Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Jennifer McCormick Mr. and Mrs. William McIntyre Dr. and Mrs. Peter Meuse Keith and Tarah Morris Mr. and Mrs. Michael Papadakis Jennifer Ciccarelli and Chad Perry Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Robins, Jr. Mr. Eric Sanchez and Mrs. Erika Hernandez-Sanchez Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sullivan Kevin and Lynn Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Renny Tyson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wallace

Class of 2029 – 41% Anonymous (1) Mr. James and Dr. Mary Chomic Mr. and Mrs. Micky Fullen Ms. Vanessa Landrum Dr. and Mrs. Obinna Moneme Mr. and Mrs. Dale Royster Mr. and Mrs. George Skestos

Alumnae Giving 1931 Estate of Elizabeth (Libby) Gill Kurtz

1932 Virginia (Ginny) Kurtz Ebinger

1935 - 80th Reunion Jeannette Hillman Henney

1936 Elizabeth (Libby) McKeever Ross

1939 Elizabeth (Betty) Miller Custer

1940 - 75th Reunion Martha Hoopman Miller Suzanne (Susie) Kibler Morris

1941 Marguerite (Margie) Hillman Beam Rosemary Huling Rumberger

1942 Evelyn Means McKitrick

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1943 Joyce Baltzell Dargusch Patricia (Patsy) Gumble Grayson Martha (Marty) Downing Johnson Mary Jane (Mernie) Stevenson Longman Beth Richards Owens Nancy Purdy Sprague Ellen Stoneman Vorys Jane Mitcheltree Werum

1944 Joanne (Joey) Vercoe Cooper Frances (Frannie) Sterner Richardson

1945 - 70th Reunion Patricia (Patsy) Hunter Joklik

1954 Connie Aldrich Bodiker Mary Jane Dawes Bolon Constance (Connie) Evans Claar Gloria Grimes Creviston Ann (Annabet) Rector DeLong Babette Abel Feibel Marjorie (Marjie) Kidd Meade Mary Lou Wead Quillin Vivian Lee Reynard Nancy Sharp Schweiger Anne McCormack Steffen Bette Abel Young

1955 - 60th Reunion

1946 Anonymous (1) Diane Evans Vernon Nancy Dunn Williams

1947 Suzanne (Suzy) Park Beachy Barbara Van Meter Carey Patricia Goss Dick Martha (Mickey) Willcox Roberts Donna Brenholts Salsich Ann Pierman Stewart Marjorie Copeland Taylor Kathleen Conley Weidley Jeanne Willcox Whittaker

1948 Sue Bowman Harmon Margaret (Margie) Bateman Huesmann Ellen McIlroy Velma Sater Williams

1949 Marilyn Havens Bagby Barbara Morris Harrison Polly Benua Lindemann

1950 - 65th Reunion Jeanne Stoddart Barends Elinor (Ellie) Vorys Matchneer Nancy Lurie Salzman Suzanne (Sudie) Durstine Schumacher Martha (Ann) Griffin Turpie-Hooker

1951 Judith A. Chambers Judy Roth Garel Nancy Cottingham Johnson Brenda Mykrantz Milum Joan Evans Taylor

1952 Nancy Slade Brennan Emy Brooks Dickey Corinne (Pussy) Francis Driver Jane Power Mykrantz Carole Schiff Straus

1953 Suzanne (Sue) Brubaker Allen Sara Brackman Chandler Sarah (Sally) Lane Crabtree

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Sandra (Sandy) Yenkin Levine Sally Lou Kirkendall McDonald Penelope (Penny) Packard Barbara Ratner

Champagne Cup Winners Ann Abbott Karen Walker Baty Constance (Connie) Crabbe Dehlendorf Carole Kennon Eaton Marjory Wasserstrom Gross Sylvia English Haller June Loving Marcia Willcox McHam Ann Blake Parsons Esther Webster Summers Rosamond Brown Vaule Jane Peters Ward Bobbie Isaac Weiler Dorothy Sugar Ziegler

1956 Judy Yenkin Brachman Sue Andreae Brown Joanna (Joanie) Walz Foster Helen Hamer Geoffrion Helen Hart Andrea (Andy) Smith Lorig Ellen Feinknopf Mack Mallette (Molly) McCloud Parry Barbara (Barby) Boothby Thun Peggy (Peg) Kerschensteiner Yerke

1957 Suzanne (Susie) Schiff Gallant Marilyn Masson McRae Judy Pass Redd Margaret (Margie) Barton Williams

1958 Sara Lacey Chylack Nancy Draudt Forrest Julie Price Myers

1959 Jennifer (Jenny) Ross Edwards Lynn Haverick Ryan Linda Yenkin

1960 - 55th Reunion Barbara (Bobbie) Watson Neal Billings Nancy Rice Bott Carolyn Thomas Christy Sandra (Sandy) Ackley Kirk Sally Bonney Proctor

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1961 Marcia Ross Blackburn Virginia (Ginny) Cunningham Abigail (Abbie) Hobbs Faerber Anne Saxby Houle Susan (Susy) Culter Meiling Kathleen (Kathy) Raney Tana Sterrett Scott Ellen Larrimer Tripp Anne Kirsten Wilder

1962 Cynthia (Cece) Carlile Bashore Candace (Candy) Cuniberti Katherine (Kitty) Morton Epler Cheryl (Cherie) Williams Lucks Elisabeth (Betsy) Keny McDonald Diana Clatworthy Morgan Patty Tice Offenberg Suzanne Benua Vorbrugg Eliza (Kathy) Braley Yoakum

1963 Carol Andreae Louise (Doodie) Gorrell Frank Cynthia Yenkin Levinson Aase Moller-Hansen Nancy Kauffman Sanford Linda Krakoff Silverman

1964 Linda Benua Mary Ann Beverly Meredith Blatt Abbie McClintock Crane Carla Pollack Lane Molly Kauffman Marsh

1965 - 50th Reunion Laura Braley Arch Diane (Di) Fulford Bynum Martha Hughes Scavongelli Pamela (Pam) Schofield Elizabeth (Betsy) Cook Werth

1966 Anonymous (1) Susie Shepard Carr Drue Lehmann Jane Schiff Katherine (Kathy) Arnold Wade Katharine (Kathy) McClure Whitlow

1967 Katherine (Kitty) Mills Anderson Catherine Sirak Bardsley Molly Carlile Kathryn (Kitty) Isaac Croke Marilee Gallagher Judith (Judi) Davidson Hoye Carol Benua Major Phebe Miller Mary Larrick Schmertz Julie Van Allen Shamos Patricia (Patty) Kauffman Strickland Elizabeth (Liz) Tynan

1968 Rebecca (Becky) Miller Fisher Hindi Lichtenstein Friedman Anne Werum Lambright Charlotte Daniels Lewis

Pamela (Pam) Lynn Anne Miller Paschall Debbie Ross Rouse Sarah (Sally) Keny Rugen Sherry Zox

1969 Elizabeth (Beth) Crane Babette Gorman Melinda Case Griffin Susan (Susie) Burchfield Holliday Nancy Sirak Hudson Ann Joyce Constance (Connie) Baker Lacaillade Laurie Zox Leder Prudence (Pru) Schofield Christine Wittmann Snyder

1970 - 45th Reunion Lynne Aronson Lisa Brustein Brand Dia Mitchell Canter Jacquelin (Jackie) Cummins Ducharme Pamela (Pam) McMurray Foote Barbara (Babs) Summer Glazier Sara Smith Harris Denise Page Hood Leslie Huntington Randi Stein Hutton Mary (Whitney) Jastram Kelly Lynn Garrett Kranz Jill Levy Lesley Wilson Schaab Beth Byers Sells Susan Smith Shages Barbara Monett Thomas Janie Marr Werum Anne Jeffrey Wright Katherine (Kitty) Porter Young

1971 Anonymous (1) Cynthia Lape Bellof Caroline Donnan Martha Livingston Ruth Ruggles Malick Nancy Pace Leslie Sawyer Sophie DeVennish Sisler Catherine (Cathy) Stephenson

1972 Carolyn Cox Batcheller Christine (Chris) Davis Jeanne Ferguson Fansler Tracey Lind Elizabeth (Betsy) Morris Sally Jeffrey O’Neil Caroline Farrar Orrick

1973 Susan (Susie) Bauer Anne Dilenschneider Elizabeth Fergus-Jean Ellen Havens Hardymon Martha Gallagher Michael

1974 Stephanie Burchfield Victoria (Vicki) Vaughn Drabick Paula Martin Fenner Patricia (Patty) Williams French


Julianne (Julie) Mueller Muffy Hamilton Parsons Jennifer Poulton Rose Deborah Sawyer Laurie Aronson Starr Caron Zand

1975 - 40th Reunion

1981 Jenny Corotis Barnes Rebecca (Becky) DeGraaf Marla Krupman Kathleen (Kathe) Lach-Rowan Suzanne (Suzy) Havens Nick Shelagh Connor Shapiro

Anonymous (1) Leila Lindemann Bacho Elizabeth (Betsy) Jeffrey Balderston Marian Morris Burns Sarah (Sally) Crane Cox Julie Feibel Friedlander Carol (C.J) Huff Elizabeth (Beth) Reiland Barbara Werum Richard Sarah Marsh Schweitzer Sarah Young Taylor

1982

1976

Betsy Carlin Lucy Morris Crotty Lisa Mueller Greene Rebecca (Becky) Moehring Sara Wolfe Perrini Brenda Riley Provonsil Christina (Tina) Powell Rak Andrea Zid Salmi Amy Dunning Sheehan Cathryn (Cathy) Jones Williard

Julie Minor Hoffman Deborah (Jo) Lynn Charlotte Stiverson Elizabeth (Liz) Williams

1977 Debby Reynolds Barnhart Cathy Crompton Frances (Francie) Johnson Hester Mary Dawson Joyce Maggie Wuorinen Koerner Patricia (Patty) Lynn Maggi-Meg Reed

1978 Kennon Duncan Anderson Karen Feibel Aronoff Elaine Chu Laura Bailey Culp Laura Dehlendorf Yasyn Lee Mary Marsh Elizabeth (Betsy) McNamara Seton (Muffy) Melvin Karen Rockwell Kate Estabrook Schoedinger Karen Ellman Shaine Carrie Montague Stanny

1979 Susan Buchanan Kathleen Clark Susan Millard Dutton Elizabeth (Betsy) Farrar Edwards Julie Jacobs Andrea (Andy) Jones Barbara (Barb) Ritter Sauder Carolyn Denbow Smallwood Lucia Detrick Weihe

1980 - 35th Reunion Red and Gold Cup Winners Anonymous (1) Emily Chapman Blodgett Lavea Brachman Martha Gottling Cottrill Karen Henry Helmick Jill Patrick-Smith Emily Marsh Szabo Kimberly (Kim) Rice Wilson

Keely Ayres Blair Bethel Raleigh Burges Burgess Lauren Feibel Cohen Catherine Colinvaux Sarah (Sally) Quillin Wagner Hope Wolman Melissa (Missy) Zox

1983

1984 Catherine (Katie) Kessler Chatas Colleen Duffy Kristin Kirk Florey Rebecca McCabe Ibel Laurel (Lolly) Marks Andrea Krupman Powell Alicia Wilcox Prokos Julie Schottenstein Saar Sheri Gillery Scaglione Sarai Brachman Shoup Christine Thorne Susan Weiler

1985 - 30th Reunion Katherine (Kate) Addison Suellen Bennett Robin Ives Canowitz Emily Johnston Dube’ Sheri Farber Marissa Fullarton Harnett Maria Huff Nancy Lee Rebecca (Becky) Coomer Minkin Rachael Pallay Pam Prouty Sarah Ryan Lindsay Lawrence Sears Angela Thyer Lisa Busche Welch Julia Falenski White Marilyn Beckman Wilson

1986 Peri Altan Louise Davidson-Schmich Elizabeth (Liz) Garland Rebecca (Becky) Morosky Hoffman Elizabeth (Liza) Kessler Sandra (Sandy) Kim Stephanie Kakos Kraft Juliet (Juli) Zelkowitz McCarthy Ruth Milligan

Betsy Lurie Ross Vandita Malviya Wilson

1987 Katharine (Kate) Carlin Giller Karen Lurie Jones April Zimmerman Katz Kristen (Krissy) Bibart McCabe Dayna Baird Payne Elizabeth (Beth) Sauer Melanie Katz Schottenstein Samantha (Sam) Shuler Amy Rau Sugar

1988 Cecily Chester Alexander Jennifer (Jenni) Reeb Biehn Jane Kessler Lennox Alyson Neugebauer Mandel Anna Kakos Okell Sarah Rubenstein Catherine (Cathy) Kurtz Vrenna Kimberly (Kim) Williams

1989 Emily Alonso-Taub Margaret Forbes Baker Eleanor Ackley Brandt Paige Shalter Bruening Sara Powell Lowery Karen Saah Louisa Wood Shields Elizabeth Siemer

Jennifer (Jennie) Bullock Kathryn (Katy) Dell Frickel Julia Kim Janet (Jan) Knight Rauschenberger Laura Crabbe Rosenberg Erin Aland Spalsbury

1991 Anonymous (1) Marjorie Sanford Crouse Kimberly Lowe Hall Masu Haque-Khan Teresa Sanfelippo Kilgallen Heidi Ruben Kleinman Erin Nash Rebecca Schuller Wilsusen

Clare Willoughby Ceballos Cynthia Epler Lyndsey Fish Gelhaus Melissa Huffman Stephanie Woodhouse Hughes Mary Zook Legere Audra Longert Kathleen (Katie) Piazza Matney Kelley Kazor Smith Krissa Kean Spence

1996 Jessica Goldman Katherine Kakis Graham Sarah Sofia Knepp Heather Luke Allison (Allie) Robbins Soraya Rofagha Joanne Strasser

Anonymous (1) Lindsay Baker Kimberly (Kim) Snyder Barton Emily Bartz Costello Britta Wiesner D’Anna Courtney Druen Kristian (Krissy) Rose-Anderson Fenner Sarah Greenberger Sarah Benson Hatcher Erin Hiller Natalie Lester Stacy Wolery Marcus Ellen Petruzzella Virginia (Ginny) Rothschild Elizabeth Simson Weinstein Julie Ferber Zuckerman

1998 Kacey Chappelear Meade Rupp Means Yoci Vorys

1999

1992

Anonymous (1) Sarah Brown Bryn Saxe Davies Nancy Kohler Amanda Moore McGinnis Lisa Benson Meuse Julia Stevenson Amy Westwater Sullivan

Marya Goldberg Cassandra Elizabeth (Liz) Zimmerman Donaldson Meghan Baird Hunter Tensing Maa Leslie Siegel McCarthy

1993 Laura Julien Blust Jennifer (Jennie) Robbins Miller Vuoch Tan Minnich Melinda (Mindy) Snyder

Ritu Bansal Cuttica Jennifer (Jenn) Ull Frey Danielle Hayot Brooke Brown Helmstetter Chloe Metz Heidi Reiner Nowalany

1995 - 20th Reunion

1997

1990 - 25th Reunion

1994

Ellen Pizzuti Aris Rosh Sara Schwebel Angela (Angie) McLarty Seamon Katherine (Katie) Taub

2000 - 15th Reunion Elizabeth (Liz) Wheeler Bishara Jaquelyn Bitler Victoria Davis Mandy Berlin Duff Joey Kotick Leff Hannah Paschall Jessica Germain Price Carrie Radcliffe Becca Reeb Cathleen (Katy) Murnane Reis

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Elizabeth Exline Sinclair Jennifer (Jenny) Good Skrobarcek Chelsea Woods

2001 Claire Murnane Adams Kathryn (Katie) Logan Ashley Love JoAnna Fu Simek

2002 Wendy Fahey Currier Darcy Copeland Jalandoni Jeny Reynolds Kuss Lauren Yen Leahy Hilary Leister Ritter Francesca Russo

2003 Anonymous (1) Emily Allen Cowles Karen Levin Marjorie Yano

2004 Constance (Connie) Bowen Meredith Coen Hallee Zox Deutchman Lacey Greenwalt Christine Guenther Ashley Ingram Maggie Schirner Saddler Tiarra Wade Elizabeth Fenner Yassenoff

2005 - 10th Reunion Allison Ansari Catherine Bainbridge Sarah Bloom Erica Brillson Margaret Prunte Del Col Maria Dixon Emily Gerlach Jillian Diamond Gliksberg Ariel Haytas Joan-Margaret Hodge Elizabeth Hoy Talia Kayne Rebecca (Becca) Kastan Lipnick Libby Marvel Alexandra Ording Christa Roundhouse Reurink Georgia Ruch Caitlin (Katy) Shanahan Allison Elia Wisely

Anonymous (1) Caitlin Allen Teresa Eigel Heather Davies Michaels

2009 Karmell Brown Caroline Elia Sara Leighty Taylor Onda

2010 - 5th Reunion Sally Hauser Michaela McConnell Margaret (MJ) Yatsko

2011 Greta Hilbrands Taylor Lint

2012 Jacqueline Carroll Bridget Lorenz Angela Mentel Eleanor Vorys

2013 Rachel Canowitz Natalie Feldman Madeline Hadley Hailey Miller Kendall Smith Regina (Gina) Yu

2014 Georgia (Ellie) Hasan Hannah Mendel

Current Students 2015 Juntao He Rachel Malana Rak

2017 Katherine (Kate) Wilson Margaret (Meg) Wilson

2019 Maegan Mosher

Faculty and Staff 97% PARTICIPATION

2006 Emilee Zox Deutchman Charity Fluharty Ashley Todaro

2007 Laura Fanning Michelle Harrison Jordan Hilbrands Zoe Van Dyke Katherine (Kate) Vorys Blair Williams Sara Winters Sarah Yost

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2008

Anonymous (3) Allison Abell Beth Abramovitz Kate Alexander Kathy Bapst Rachel Barends Agnes Becker Sue Berarducci Jennifer Reeb Biehn ’88 Elizabeth Wheeler Bishara ’00 Julie Biswas Jeni Blackburn Brian Botzman Chelsea Bowden Sarah Brand Keely Brown

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Michael Burton Diann Casagrande Cody Chaffin Debra Charna Jennifer Ciccarelli John Cook Katie Culbertson Janetta Davis Alyssa DeRobertis Frank Doden Stephanie Donley Susan Millard Dutton ’79 Julie Eikenberry Betsy Esser Thomas Farquhar Kay Fetters Jessica Fries-Gaither Pam Garrett Jennifer Glimpse Lauren Greenspan Betsy Gugle Paige Gullett Re’Kiya Hamilton Amy Hartman John Hartshorne Pamela Hartshorne Brenda Hayhurst Megan Henry Jordan Hilbrands ’07 Vicki Hilbrands Devra Hiller Kelly Hoyt-Standley Brooke Hunter-Lombardi Craig Jendza Nicole Johnson Leigh Kane Lindsey Kelley Tracy Kessler Keith Klingenberg Isaac Klopfenstein Ron Krupa Carmen Ladman Kelly Lavelle Heather LaVielle Veronica Leahy Serena Lett Jennifer Li Susan Lunt Beth Mahler Vincent Maite Jose Manriquez Mary Pat Martin Regan Mazak Rachael McCloskey Jennifer McCormick Ann Marie McDonnell Mary McGlocklin Joe McLain Bill Miller Tricia Miranda Tarah Morris Diane Mosher Christine Murakami Kasey Neer Kate Newland Ronald Nocks Susan Li O’Connor Frank O’Grady Avani Patel Tamera Pedon Ellen Petruzzella ’97 Suzanne Pfeiffer Suzanne Pompili

Tracy Potter Susan Powell Steve Pryor Maureen Reedy Linda Resch Dr. Perry Rogers Jane Rudicel Jennifer Savitscus Devon Schlicher Staci Schulte Karen Scranton Katie Seese Martha Shaw Jill Smith Felicity Steele Lynne’ Steinhaus Charlotte Stiverson ’76 Linda Swarlis Kevin Sweeney Lynn Sweeney Heather Tiefenthaler Lauren Todd Cindy Trask Leonie Turack Jeremy Walker Leah Weintraub Cathy Jones Williard ’83 Hollis Wood Chelsea Woods ’00 Lori Woods Ping Wu Debbie Yoho

Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William E. Arthur Dr. Saul and Mrs. Luise Axelrod Ms. Kathryn Belfance Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Benson III Ms. Linda N. Benson Dr. Stephen and Mrs. Yong Suk Berger Mr. and Mrs. Merom and Judy Brachman ’56 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Carbonara Mr. and Mrs. Phillip E. Carlin Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chow Carolyn Thomas Christy Jack and Gerry Clifford John and Donna Cook Richard and Susan D. Coomer Mrs. Sue Doody Mr. and Mrs. James B. Feibel Ms. Holly Field Ms. Crystal Fletcher Bob and Sandy Forche Dan and Sue Fronk Dr. Sajad Gilani Mr. and Mrs. Gary and Barbara Giller Mr. Eugene Gillison, Jr. Herb and DeeDee Glimcher Dr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gregory Mrs. Emily Hall Fred and Karen Hasbargen Mr. Thomas F. Havens Ms. Barbara B. Havens Mrs. Charleen Noyes Hinson Colin P. Hunt Pureza Jacaban Mr. and Mrs. Karl Johnson


Mr. and Mrs. Ken Jones Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Knott Ms. Connie Laginess Leah Levinson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gerald Livingston Dorothy Luckage Mrs. Cheryl E. Lucks Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Lurie Patsy and Woods Martin Robert and Ruth Masters Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. McLarty Jim and Gloria Merkel William and Gloria Merryman David and Mo Meuse Mr. Stan Morris Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Nance Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Paul Mrs. Sue Popadych Jane Presper Mr. and Mrs. William M. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Rice Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Richards Rita and Roger Ross Mr. and Mrs. Jay Schoedinger Lenore G. Schottenstein Susan and Christopher Scott Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Myra Sharfin Mr. and Mrs. Arnold B. Siemer Corinne and Sheldon Sinai Marilyn and Jack Skolds Mr. Larry H. Snyder Mrs. Donna C. Swartz Mrs. Agnes A. Thomas Ms. Mary Ann Tierney Mrs. Margaret C. Tillier Jean and Pete Warnick Mr. and Mrs. Kim Waterfall Mr. and Mrs. Danny Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Weiffenbach Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Weiler Norina V. Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Ziegler Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Zimmerman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Zox

Past Grandparents Anonymous (1) Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Barends Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Bolon Jameson Crane Mrs. E. Craig DeLong Mr. and Mrs. Elliott S. Grayson Mr. Kiehner Johnson Dr. Rosemary Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Gilman D. Kirk, Jr. Mrs. Jane Krastel Mr. and Mrs. Roger Michaels Ms. Aida S. Montano Mr. Frank R. Morris, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Pizzuti Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ross Richard and Rosemary Rumberger Mr. and Mrs. George A. Skestos Dr. and Mrs. John M. Swartz Mr. and Mrs. David F. Williams

Past Parents Anonymous (6) Beth Abramovitz Mr. and Mrs. John B. Albers II Mr. and Mrs. James F. Allen Drs. Kathleen Sandman and Peter Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ansley Tim and Elizabeth Arnold Mr. and Mrs. William E. Arthur Sine-Marie and John G. Ayres Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Barends Mr. and Mrs. Frederik S. Barends Mrs. Andrew V. Beachy Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Beall Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Becknell Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Benson III Ms. Linda N. Benson Dr. Stephen and Mrs. Yong Suk Berger The Berner Family Mr. and Mrs. John K. Bitler Doug and Jeni Blackburn Ms. Meredith Blatt Mr. Theodore Bloom Steven and Elizabeth Bluhm Mrs. David H. Bodiker Belle M. Boles Mr. and Mrs. Merom and Judy Brachman ’56 Diane S. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Brown Dr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Bullock Dr. Marian Morris Burns Mr. and Mrs. Michael Burton Mr. and Mrs. David P. Carlin Mr. and Mrs. Phillip and Sally Carlin Mr. and Mrs. C. Guy Casagrande Don and Ann Casto Judith A. Chambers Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Chappelear Geoffrey S. and Katie Chatas Carolyn Thomas Christy Mrs. Lauren Feibel Cohen ’82 Mrs. Sandra W. Cohen Dr. Maria P. Congbalay Chuck R. and M. Annette Conkle Mrs. Helen S. Cook Herb Cook, Jr., and Kathe Cook Richard and Susan D. Coomer Sally Crane Elizabeth Crane Jameson Crane Mrs. Heidi F. Currier Alan and Louise Davidson Dr. Juliet Taylor and Mr. Michael Davis Jack and Vivian Witkind Davis Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Dehlendorf Mrs. E. Craig Delong Dr. Sherry B. Zox and Dr. Arnold H. Deutchman Dr. Frank A. Doden and Dr. Lori J. Askeland Mr. Frank L. Dunham Mr. and Mrs. David A. Durell Susan Millard Dutton Mr. and Mrs. John W. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Jill Elia Mrs. Geraldine P. Ellman

J. Richard Emens and Beatrice Wolper Ms. Kitty Morton Epler Dr. Donna Erickson Dick and Pat Evans Mr. and Mrs. John B. Exline Drs. George and Abigail Faerber Mr. and Mrs. James B. Feibel Mr. and Mrs. David T. Fenner Deborah E. Fergus Mrs. Elizabeth Fergus-Jean, Ph.D. ’73 Mr. and Mrs. John and Khampraseuth Fetters Mr. Hal Field and Mrs. Betty Field Mr. and Mrs. Keith D. Fluharty Mrs. Kristin Kirk Florey ’84 Brian and Nancy Flynn Cindy Folio (Raabe) Mike and Colleen Frank Ms. Desiree M. Fuerst Mr. and Mrs. Jules L. Garel W. Riley Garrott and Dawn Garrott Dr. E. Gordon Gee, Ed.D. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Goldach Dr. and Mrs. Daniel B. Goldberg Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Goldberg Ms. Babette T. Gorman ’69 Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Gorman David B. and Susan B. Greenberger Mr. and Mrs. John Groeber Lana Baker and Michael W. Gruber Cynthia Price and Jack Guy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hadley II Mr. George and Dr. Elaine Hairston Dr. and Mrs. Daniel D. Hall Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hamilton Mrs. Sara Smith Harris ’70 The Reverend and Mrs. O’Vell K. Harrison Dr. Shah Hasan and Ms. Georgia Boggs Mr. W. Henry Hauser, Jr. Ms. Barbara B. Havens Mr. Thomas F. Havens Dr. Fernand and Dr. Patricia Hayot Matthew Heller and Kathleen Muenchen Ms. Martha Hester Mr. and Mrs. Kirk and Victoria Hilbrands Mr. and Mrs. R. Patrick Hiller Alan and Julie Hochman Mr. Kenneth A. Hoffman Ms. Rebecca Hoffman ’86 Raymond T. and Ruth Ann Hohl Mr. Michael Houghton and Ms. Ann Joyce Anne Saxby Houle Dr. Jiang Hua and Mrs. Huiqing Fang Ms. Kelley L. Hutta Mrs. Tracey A. Ingram Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jeffrey Mr. Kiehner Johnson Mr. and Mrs. C. DeVere Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Jordan Dr. Rosemary Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Ira and Debora Kane Mr. Stanley H. Katz Mrs. Anne Kauffman Mrs. Edith E. Keys Mr. and Mrs. Gilman D. Kirk, Jr.

Mrs. Linda Klayman Mrs. Jane Krastel Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Kurtz III Dr. and Mrs. Jerry R. Ladman Mrs. Mary Lou Lawrence Thomas D. and Jane Kessler Lennox Dr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Levin Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lindemann Mr. and Mrs. Gerald R. Lint Mr. and Mrs. Tony and Marianne Lisska Mrs. Cheryl E. Lucks Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Lurie Mary K. and Howard P. Marvel Mrs. Barbara B. Massie Dr. and Mrs. H. Lee Mathews Bradley J. Maurer and May S. Zia Ms. Mary McGlocklin Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. McLarty Mr. and Mrs. Keith and Mary Lou McNamara Mr. and Mrs. William Y. Meade Mrs. Diana (Anne) J. Melvin Dr. and Mrs. Ehud Mendel Mrs. Charles W. Miller Jamie Crane and Tim Miller Ms. Aida S. Montano Mr. Frank R. Morris, Jr. Daniel W. and Roberta S. Morton Karen and Neil Moss Dr. and Mrs. Michael R. Murnane Julie P. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newkirk Ms. Kathleen Gruber Newland Mr. and Mrs. John H. Offenberg Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Onda Mr. Jerome F. Page, Jr. Mrs. Nancy A. Page Dr. and Mrs. C. Bayard B. Paschall, III Michael and Sara Wolfe Perrini Dr. Linda Swarlis and Dr. Gary Piggrem Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Pizzuti Ellen Pizzuti Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Pompili Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Powell Mrs. Robert M. Quillin Tina Powell Rak ’83 Ms. Lisa A. Reaves Paul and Sheila O’Donnell Reiner Dr. and Mrs. John L. Robinson Mr. and Mrs. David Resch Mr. and Mrs. William M. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Rice Mr. and Mrs. Raymond T. Riley Dr. and Mrs. John L. Robinson Dr. and Mrs. Perry M. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Barry R. Rosen Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ross Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rothschild, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Milo M. Rouse, Jr. Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Stacey A. Ruff Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Rupp Dr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Sanford Mrs. Betty Sawyer Mary L. and Bill Schmertz Lenore G. Schottenstein Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. and Melanie Schottenstein Dr. Carol R. Schwebel Mr. and Mrs. Dewey A. Sehring

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Beth Byers Sells Mr. Daniel Shaffer and Dr. Sharon Stout-Shaffer Ms. Martha Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Arnold B. Siemer Doug and Joyce Simson Mr. and Mrs. George A. Skestos Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Skobrak Mr. and Mrs. Eric and Kelly Smith Ms. Karen Scranton and Mr. Russell Smith Karen and Gregory Smith Mr. Larry H. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Ruth Stenberg Mrs. Louis Stevenson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Sugar III Colleen Nissl and Roger Sugarman Mrs. Joan Evans Taylor ’51 Mr. Rainey S. Taylor, Jr. Mrs. James R. Thorson Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Thvedt Mrs. Ellen Larrimer Tripp ’61 Ann Turpie-Hooker Mrs. Mary Ulbrich Drs. Renee Caputo and Luis Vaccarello Dr. and Mrs. Nichols Vorys Liz and Webb Vorys Drs. Feng-Quan Wang and Xin-An Pu Russ and Rebecca Watts Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. Weiler Ms. Jane M. Werum Mr. Hugh N. Westwater Mr. and Mrs. Leslie H. Wexner Mrs. Anne K. Wilder Mr. and Mrs. William S. Williams Scott and Kimberly Williams Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Williams, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David F. Williams David B. and Bobbi Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Franck G. Wobst Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Wolfe Mr. James A. Yano and Mrs. Anne C. Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Yerke Ms. Debbie Yoho Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Young Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Zimmerman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin L. Zox

Former and Retired Faculty and Staff Ursula Allen Susan D. Anderson Lana Baker Eileen Becknell Connie Aldrich Bodiker Mary Jane Dawes Bolon Sue Andrea Brown Katie Chatas Carolyn Thomas Christy Dr. Lisa Schweitzer Courtice Elizabeth Crane Ms. Erin G. Flynn Patricia Williams French

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Mrs. Mary H. Fry Ms. Jane H. Gibson Jack Guy Dr. Daniel D. Hall Sara Smith Harris Dr. Patricia Hayot Margaret Herrmann Mrs. Debora Kane Mrs. Elizabeth Lee Ms. Mary Ann Leonard Katie Piazza Matney Keith Morris Ms. Mary W. Muryn Colleen Oakes Rachael Pallay Marilyn K. Parker Cathy Paraskos Pultz Tina Powell Rak Mr. Raymond T. Riley Suzanne Durstine Schumacher Angela McLarty Seamon Mrs. Dorothy Sehring Mrs. Terri Skobrak Thomas Tappan Ann Turpie-Hooker Ellen Stoneman Vorys Ms. Carmen C. Wilder Kim Rice Wilson Jennifer Zaranek Wood Karlene Yamamoto

Friends of CSG Anonymous Donors (1) Alex Argo Mr. Acheson Callaghan Ms. Sharon C. Cameron Duan Cannon Mr. Robert H. Carlile Mr. William H. Carlile Mr. Jacob Chapa Mr. Frank Cook Mary Croft Ms. Joan Cummins Peggy S. Edwards Mr. John C. Fergus, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Carol Friedel Ms. Dona M. Hasbargen Mr. Jay Hilbert Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hyer Ms. Margaret Miller Ms. Erin M. Neal Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Penn Ms. Christy Sayre Dorrie Argo Sieburg Ms. Helen M. Vorys Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Judith Zimmerman

CSG Organizations CSG Alumnae Board CSG Parents’ Association CSG Senior Class Gift CSG Student Council

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Companies, Golden Unicorn Foundations, Society Bequests Matching Gifts, Estate of Barbara Miller Arnold ’30 of Eleanor Laughlin Craig and Organizations Estate Bowsher ’30 Anonymous (2) Abbott Fund Matching Grant Plan Abbott Laboratories Employee Giving Campaign Alliance Data Matching Gift Program American Electric Power American Endowment Foundation Ayco Charitable Foundation Bank of America Matching Gifts Program The Benevity Community Impact Fund Bexley Activities Club Cardinal Health Foundation The Catholic Foundation The Columbus Jewish Foundation Charming Shoppes of Delaware, Inc. Community Foundation of Louisville Depository, Inc. Coshocton Foundation The Elizabeth Custer and William Custer Foundation, Inc. Dixie Sayre Miller Fund Dresden Sister City, Inc. FIRST Franklin Park Conservatory Global Impact The Hildreth Foundation, Inc. Home Instead Senior Care Humana Foundation, Inc. IBM Matching Grants Program JP Morgan Chase Foundation Junior League of Columbus Medtronic Foundation Metropolitan Columbus Daylily Society Meuse Family Foundation Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc. National Christian Foundation Ohio OAI Olive Tree Foundation for Girls The Pfizer Foundation Renaissance Charitable Foundation, Inc. Reynolds American Inc. Samson Capital Advisors, LLC The Siemer Family Foundation The Simson Foundation Society For Science & The Public The Springfield Foundation Spring Property Management Stripes Diversity Officials Association Sullivan Builders Tween Brands United Way of Central Ohio Wolfe Associates, Inc. Yenkin-Majestic Paint Corp.

Estate of Herbert S. Cook, Sr. (Elizabeth Davis ’30) Estate of Joseph Jeffrey (Cynthia Black Jeffrey ’54) Estate of Fred S. Kotte, Jr. (Rose Davis ’25) Estate of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Estate of Patti Harrison Snyder’50

Gifts in Honor Mrs. Eugenia E. Erlij and Mr. Andrew Brodey, in honor of Allison Abell Dr. and Ms. Alex Auseon, in honor of Eloise Auseon ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Arun K. Biswas, in honor of Sangita Biswas ’15 Amy Bodiker ’90, in honor of Connie Aldrich Bodiker ’54 Dr. Thomas J. and Mrs. Penny Master Boes, in honor of Kirby Boes ’15 Anonymous Donors, in honor of Michael Burton Louisa Wood Shields ’89, in honor of Carolyn Thomas Christy ’60 Harris and Jennifer Zaranek Wood, in honor of Carolyn Thomas Christy ’60 Robert O. and Amy W. Click, in honor of Mary Anne Click ’15 Mr. Dan and Mrs. Wray Clifford, in honor of Delaney Clifford ’21 Mr. Jonathan S. Barnes and Ms. Jenny Corotis Barnes ’81, in honor of Marylou Zimmerman Corotis ’42 Anonymous Donor, in honor of CSG Lower School Faculty Cindy and Robert Baker, in honor of CSG PYC Faculty Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Dach, in honor of Emily Dach ’15 Mrs. Liping Xin and Mr. Yang Du, in honor or Valerie Du ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flaherty, in honor of Rebecca Flaherty ’15 Ms. Desiree M. Fuerst, in honor of Abigail Fuerst ’13 Ms. Desiree M. Fuerst, in honor of Mariah Fuerst ’10 Dr. and Mrs. Joshua Goldberg, in honor of Sadie Goldberg ’28 Drs. Richard and Cheryl Golden, in honor of Andrea Golden ’25 Drs. Richard and Cheryl Golden, in honor of Erica Golden ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Josh and Amy Greenberg, in honor of Bess Greenberg ’15 Dr. Richard Gumina and Dr. Patricia Witman, in honor of Megan Gumina ’15 Mrs. Jessica L. Evans, in honor of Ami Hartshorne ’21


Mrs. Eugenia E. Erlij and Mr. Andrew Brodey, in honor of John Hartshorne Mrs. Eugenia E. Erlij and Mr. Andrew Brodey, in honor of Pamela Hartshorne Mr. Preecha Inthisarn and Mrs. Aifeng Zhong, in honor of Juntao He ’15 Sharon Cameron, in honor of Katelyn Henderson ’16 Leonie Turack, in honor of Megan Henry Cindy and Robert Baker, in honor of Devie Hiller Harris and Jennifer Zaranek Wood, in honor of Amanda Johnson ’19 Greg Gammons and Elizabeth Johnson, in honor of Bette J. Johnson The Alonso-Taub Family, in honor of Meg Lowder Kauffman ’89 Larisa Bomlitz ’89, in honor of Meg Lowder Kauffman ’89 Gretchen Boley Bond ’89, in honor of Meg Lowder Kauffman ’89 Eleanor Ackley Brandt ’89, in honor of Meg Lowder Kauffman ’89 Drs. F. Andrew and Paige Shalter Bruening, in honor of Meg Lowder Kauffman ’89 Katherine Epler ’89, in honor of Meg Lowder Kauffman ’89 Jennifer Nash Humphrey ’89, in honor of Meg Lowder Kauffman ’89 Margaret Mass ’89, in honor of Meg Lowder Kauffman ’89 Jeanna Neefe Matthews ’89, in honor of Meg Lowder Kauffman ’89 John and Mary Kennedy, in honor of Gabrielle Kennedy ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kessler, in honor of Ava Kessler ’24 Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kessler, in honor of Reese Kessler ’27 Linda Klayman, in honor of Melissa Klayman-Schmidt ’99 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kuss, in honor of Ella Kuss ’28 Ms. Connie Laginess, in honor of Charlotte Laginess ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Ryan E. Laginess, in honor of Charlotte Laginess ’27 Julia Kim ’90, in honor of Mary Ann Leonard Lynne Aronson ’70, in honor of Jill Levy Patsy and Woods Martin, in honor of Clara Livingston ’19 Patsy and Woods Martin, in honor of Madeleine Livingston ’12 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Luckage, in honor of Isabella Cardona Luckage ’23 Karen Rockwell ’78, in honor of Julia Mackessy ’15 Mr. and Mrs. John Mackessy, in honor of Julia Mackessy ’15 Dr. Kent Maynard and Dr. Susan Diduk, in honor of Jemma Maynard

Regan and Andrew Mazak, in honor of Mia Francesca Mazak ’27 Mr. and Mrs. Michael McGuire, in honor of Kathryn McGuire ’15 Matthew D. and Rebecca Coomer Minkin, in honor of Isabella Minkin ’21 Jennifer Bullock ’90, in honor of Rebecca O’Donovan ’15 Liz Alexander, in honor of Ella Peddicord ’23 Mr. Jacob Chapa, in honor of Ella Peddicord ’23 Mr. William Peddicord, in honor of Ella Peddicord ’23 Ms. Courtney P. Druen ’97, in honor of Juliette Poirier Drs. Joel and Julie Politi, in honor of Rachel Politi ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Max Quinton, in honor of Paige Quinton ’15 Drs. Thomas Raasch and Roanne Flom, in honor of Alexa Raasch ’15 Pastor and Mrs. Snowden G. Sims, in honor or Erika Sims ’15 Leslie Huntington ’70, in honor of The Class of 1950 Mr. and Mrs. J. Timothy Young, in honor of The Class of 1970 Andrea Krupman ’84, in honor of The Class of 1984 Kathleen Piazza Matney ’95, in honor of The Class of 1995 Jillian Diamond Gliksberg ’05, in honor of The Class of 2005 Brian and Beth Tierney, in honor of Katherine Tierney ’15 Dr. David H. and Mrs. Barbara Verzella, in honor of Alexandra Verzella ’15 Mr. and Mrs. Te’Lario and LaVanya Watkins, in honor of Kennedy Watkins ’21 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Webb, in honor of Carys Webb ’26 Drs. Xinfa Yang and Cuizhen Li, in honor of Linda Yang ’15 Margie and Tom Yatsko, in honor of Kathryn Yatsko ’15

Gifts in Memoriam Ms. Carolyn Thomas Christy ’60, in memory of Elaine McCune Altmaier ’39 Marilyn K. and Philip C. Parker, in memory of Haroon Aziz Mr. Bryce Baker, in memory of Marilyn Baker Mrs. Lynn Haverick Ryan ’59, in memory of Martha “Patty” Park Bowman ’56 Seton Melvin ’78, in memory of Judy Butz ’78 Mr. Acheson Callaghan, in memory of Cynthia Callaghan ’58 Cynthia Carlile Bashore ’62, in memory of Mary Tarbell Carlile ’33 on the occasion of her 100th birthday in 2015

Molly Carlile ’67, in memory of Mary Tarbell Carlile ’33 on the occasion of her 100th birthday in 2015 Mr. William H. Carlile, in memory of Mary Tarbell Carlile ’33 on the occasion of her 100th birthday in 2015 Sarah Sofia Knepp ’96, in memory of Valerie Merrell Carter ’96 Aris Rosh ’94, in memory of Melissa Claprood ’97 Ms. Joan Cummins, in memory of Jane Voorhees Cummins ’27 Lyndsey Fish Gelhaus ’95, in memory of William Fish The Allene N. Gilman Charitable Trust, in memory of Allene N. Gilman Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Geoffrion, in memory of Helen Fowler Hamer ’22 The Columbus Foundation, in memory of Jimmy Harrison Lynne Aronson ’70, in memory of Nancy Seibert Hess ’70 Suellen Bennett ’85, in memory of Laura Hunt ’85 Sheri Farber ’85, in memory of Laura Hunt ’85 Nancy Lee ’85, in memory of Laura Hunt ’85 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Jordan, in memory of Leigh Ann Jordan ’93 Ms. Aida S. Montano, in memory of Leigh Ann Jordan ’93 Heidi Reiner Nowalany ’94, in memory of Leigh Ann Jordan ’93 Mr. Douglas A. Kahn, in memory of Mary Louise Briscoe Kahn ’62 The Columbus Foundation, in memory of Rose S. Kotte ’25 Carol Andreae ’63, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Alex Argo, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Ms. Kathy Bapst, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Ms. Carolyn Thomas Christy ’60, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 The Columbus Foundation, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Louise Gorrell Frank ’63, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Mr. and Mrs. Tom and Carol Friedel, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Ms. Jane H. Gibson, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Home Instead Senior Care, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Mr. and Mrs. James E. Hyer, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jeffrey, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Junior League of Columbus, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Ms. Erin M. Neal, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Marilyn K. and Philip C. Parker, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Penn, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Rice, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31

Mrs. Lynn Haverick Ryan ’59, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Mr. and Mrs. Louis and Nancy Sanford ’63, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Mr. and Mrs. Jay Schoedinger, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Dorrie Argo Sieburg, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Mrs. James R. Thorson, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Jim and Kim Rice Wilson, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Mr. and Mrs. Dan and Judith Zimmerman, in memory of Elizabeth Gill Kurtz ’31 Marilyn K. and Philip C. Parker, in memory of James “Pete” Lowder Pamela McMurray Foote ’70, in memory of Ruth E. McMurray Mrs. Barbara B. Massie, in memory of Patricia LeVeque Niehoff ’78 Elizabeth Miller Custer ’39, in memory of Christopher Powell Mr. Hal Field and Mrs. Betty Field, in memory of Christopher Powell Mr. Jerome F. Page, Jr., in memory of Christopher Powell Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Ziegler, in memory of Christopher Powell Lynne Aronson ’70, in memory of J. Stephen Price Dr. and Mrs. William Lee, in memory of J. Stephen Price Aris Rosh ’94, in memory of Alana Ralph ’94 Heidi Reiner Nowalany ’94, in memory of Tara Siren ’94 Aris Rosh ’94, in memory of Tara Siren ’94 Ms. Caitlin Allen ’08, in memory of Courtney Lee Smith ’08 Teresa Eigel ’08, in memory of Courtney Lee Smith ’08 Karen and Gregory Smith, in memory of Courtney Lee Smith ’08 The Columbus Foundation, in memory of Patti Harrison Snyder ’50 Elizabeth Farrar Edwards ’79, in memory of Jodi Spiers ’79 Andrea Jones ’79, in memory of Jodi Spiers ’79 The Columbus Foundation, in memory of Donna L. Stafford Ms. Judith K. Isaac, in memory of Donna L. Stafford Robert Stafford, in memory of Donna L. Stafford Peggy S. Edwards, in memory of Virginia Tice Thomas ’31 Mr. Derek VanderZwan, in memory of Jack VanderZwan Seton Melvin ’78, in memory of Mary Hanover Von Lunen ’78 Allison Ansari ’05, in memory of Jacqueline S. Wolfe Ms. Catherine L. Bainbridge ’05, in memory of Jacqueline S. Wolfe Ms. Sarah Bloom ’05, in memory of Jacqueline S. Wolfe Ms. Talia Kayne ’05, in memory of Jacqueline S. Wolfe

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Ms. Caitlin Shanahan ’05, in memory of Jacqueline S. Wolfe Ms. Joanne Strasser ’96, in memory of Jacqueline S. Wolfe

Endowment Gifts Mr. and Mrs. Stanford M. Ackley The Columbus Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Frederick M. Issac Robert G. Stafford, Esq.

Landmark 2015 Campaign Donors Anonymous (1) Allison Abell Dr. and Mr. Anika and John Anthony Dr. Saul Axelrod Marian M. Burns ’75 Paul and Terri Carlson Debra Charna Columbus Sign Company Susan and Richard Coomer Mary Ellen Cyran Vivian Davis John and Julie Eikenberry Kimberly Fauber Rob and Kay Fetters Megan C. Fitzmartin Nancy D. Forrest Marilee Gallagher ’67 Myriam Garcia Eugene Gillison, Jr. Babette T. Gorman ’69 Lisal and Don Gorman Josh and Amy Greenberg Emily Hall Tucker Ayers Harris ’55 Jeva Lin Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Maite Ruth and Robert Masters Kristen Bibart McCabe ’87 Elizabeth A. McCann Amanda Moore McGinnis ’99 Linda McGuire Mrs. Ruth C. Mees Angela Mentel ’12 Gloria and William Merryman Mr. D. Scott Howson and Ms. Antoinette Mongillo Suzanne Kibler Morris ’40 Ronald E. Nocks John Rau and Diane Cole Mr. and Mrs. Randy Schoedinger Mr. and Mrs. Christopher and Susan Scott Tana Sterrett Scott Cali and Richard Smith Spring Property Management Lisa Schaefer Tenreiro Heather Tiefenthaler Pete and Jean Warnick Claire Weiler ’14 Steve and Mary Weiler Frances Wilson ’07 Norina V. Wolfe

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Take a Seat Campaign

The Scholars Gala

Anonymous (1) Emily Alonso-Taub ’89 Kerri Armstrong Lynne Aronson ’70 Danielle Berger ’90 Amy Bodiker ’90 Larisa Bomlitz ’89 Gretchen Boley Bond ’89 Eleanor Ackley Brandt ’89 Drs. F. Andrew and Paige Shalter Bruening ’89 Robin Ives Canowitz ’85 Marya Goldberg Cassandra ’92 Clare Willoughby Ceballos ’95 The Columbus Jewish Foundation Mark Corna CSG Upper School Thespian and Actors The Delong Family (Ann ’56, Jennifer ’11 and Lisa Delong Cahill ’82) Katherine Epler ’89 Jonathan and Lori Ann Feibel GE Foundation Helen Hamer Geoffrion ’56 Denise Glimcher Jennifer Nash Humphrey ’89 Leslie Huntington ’70 Kiehner Johnson Debby and Ira Kane Tom and Jane Kessler Lennox ’88 Elaine Lewin Megan Lisska ’90 Tensing Maa ’92 Margaret Mass ’89 Jeanna Neefe Matthews ’89 Regan Mazak Kimberly Melillo Scott and Susan Merryman Diane Mosher Sharon Sullivan Osborne ’96 Jillian Phillips ’63 Suzanne Pompili Linda Resch Frances Sterner Richardson ’44 Debbie Ross Rouse ’68 Julie and Yoaz Saar Elizabeth Sauer ’87 Susan Smith Shages ’70 Ira Sharfin Family Davina Shayani Melissa Showe Sarah Spencer ’06 Shirley Spencer Clarissa Tayim Dr. Karen M. Taylor and Dr. Nancy K. Campbell Dr. David H. and Mrs. Barbara J. Verzella Mary Anne Weiffenbach Jane Mitcheltree Werum ’43 Mrs. Vandita Malviya Wilson Deborah Woidtke Caron Zand ’74 Jessica Sadar Ziegler ’89

$25,000 LBrands Tierney Family

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Ngina Chiteji ’84 Marilu and Tim Faber Mr. Mark Kelly and Mrs. Margaret McDonald-Kelly Kathy and Bernie Ostrowski Mr. and Mrs. Scott Passias Jennifer Ciccarelli and Chad Perry Mr. and Mrs. Steven Weiler

Elaine and Edward DeVennish Liz Zimmerman Donaldson ’92 and Jeff Donaldson Gail Dorfman ’70 Mr. and Mrs. David A. Durell Steve and Nancy Falk Mr. and Mrs. David Feinberg Jennifer McNally and Michael Flamm Mr. and Mrs. Keith D. Fluharty Aman Garcha and Danielle Demko Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gilani DeeDee and Herb Glimcher Michael and Denise Glimcher Family Foundation Ariel Haytas ’05 The Hinson Family Trust Dr. Jiang Hua and Mrs. Huiqing Fang Anne B. Kauffman Meredith and Ryan Laginess Nancy W. Lane ’57 Ms. Susan Leach Madden ’70 Andy and Carrie Madison Jana and Jim Maniace Susan Diduk and Kent Maynard Regan and Andrew Mazak William and Gloria Merryman Tim and Colleen O’Dell Lee and David Paragas The Patton Family Jennifer Ciccarelli and Chad Perry Dr. Linda Swarlis and Dr. Gary Piggrem Sally and Bill Reynolds Chris and Jocelyn Reynolds Mary and Rocky Robins Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Shalter Liz and John Sokol Tacy and Toby Sommer Tenlee Tarrier ’75 Tierney Family Margaret Wilson Stuart and Lisa Young

$500

Live Auction Winners

Nicole Kendell and Sven Bergmann Pat and Kate Giller Christopher and Shari Graham Mr. J. Kiehner Johnson and Jane Power Mykrantz ’52 Kessler Wealth Advisors Hope and Jim Schrim Lavea Brachman ’80 and Andrew Smith Tacy and Toby Sommer Webb and Liz Vorys Wagenbrenner Family Franck and Leigh Ann Wobst Michael Yaffe and Karin Yaffe Stump

Cecily Chester Alexander ’88 and Brett Alexander Nicole Kendell and Sven Bergmann Dr. Jonathan and Mrs. Lori Ann Feibel Christopher and Shari Graham Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Knott Meredith and Ryan Laginess John and Cindy Massimiani Dave and Elisa McCurdy Mary and Rocky Robins Rhome and Sunny Ruanphae Marilyn and Jack Skolds Stephen P. and Lynne E. C. Smith

Sponsors

$10,000 Cardinal Health Michael and Denise Glimcher Family Foundation

$5,000 Tim Miller and Jamie Crane Huntington Bank

$2,500 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. and Penny Masters Boes Lizanne Galbreath ’75 Nancy and Tad Jeffrey Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin Kimball Midwest/Dave and Elisa McCurdy Sally and Bill Reynolds Thanks, Mom Bon, for Everything! Love, Jenster & Richster Stephen P. and Lynne E. C. Smith Jeff and Lynette Woda

$1,000

Donors Anonymous Kerri Armstrong Sarah and Glenn Balasky P’14 Marguerite Hillman Beam ’41 Jerry and Eileen Becknell Claudia Lowry Driskell Blake ’90 Sarah Bloom ’05 Dr. Marian Burns ’75 Dr. and Mrs. Robert Carbonara Ngina Chiteji ’84 Emily Cowles ’03 Dr. and Mrs. Nick Davakis Malinda Susalla and L. Mark Dean

Silent Auction Winners Kerri Armstrong Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. and Penny Masters Boes Dr. Bronya Boykin Drs. James and Marya Cassandra Marilu and Tim Faber Jennifer McNally and Michael Flamm Bonnie Georgia Pat and Kate Giller Sebastian and Rebecca McCabe Ibel April Zimmerman Katz ’87 and Kyle Katz Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kessler Dr. and Mrs. Peter Lafferty


Mary Pat Martin and Rick Livingston Regan and Andrew Mazak Kathy and Bernie Ostrowski Sally and Bill Reynolds Lavea Brachman ’80 and Andrew Smith Liz and John Sokol Pam and Tony Sugar Tierney Family Wagenbrenner Family Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wallace Jeff and Lynette Woda

Individual Tickets Anonymous Cecily Chester Alexander ’88 and Brett Alexander The Alonso-Taub Family Allison Ansari ’05 Kerri Armstrong Betsy Jeffrey Balderston ’75 Ann and Mark Beeson Steve and Jennifer Reeb Biehn ’88 Claudia Lowry Driskell Blake ’90 Sarah Bloom ’05 Amy Bodiker ’90 Euginia Erlij and Andrew Brodey Dr. Bronya Boykin Team Brown Jennifer Z. Bullock, M.D. ’90 Dr. Marian Burns ’75 Drs. James and Marya Cassandra Amy and Rob Click Lisa Lowder Darke ’85 Heather Daye ’05 Malinda Susalla and L. Mark Dean Maria Dixon ’05 Drs. Victor V. Dizon and Deborah J. Woidtke Liz Zimmerman Donaldson ’92 and Jeff Donaldson Janet and Sid Druen Julie and John Eikenberry Dr. Jonathan and Mrs. Lori Ann Feibel Jennifer McNally and Michael Flamm Katy Dell Frickel ’90 Julie Friedlander ’75 Tom and Sarah Fusonie Aman Garcha and Danielle Demko Dr. Vidu and Ami Garg Jillian Diamond Gliksberg ’05 Babette T. Gorman ’69 Betsy and Jeff Gugle John and Pam Hartshorne Ariel Haytas ’05 The Hinson Family Trust Denise Page Hood ’70 Sebastian and Rebecca McCabe Ibel April Zimmerman Katz ’87 and Kyle Katz David and Beth Anne Kauffman Talia Kayne ’05 Steve Keyes and Lauren Bonfield Kerry King ’05 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Knott Dr. and Mrs. Peter Lafferty Meredith and Ryan Laginess Thanks, Mom Bon, for everything! Love, Jenster and Richster Sharon Libell Leenhouts ’75 Mary Pat Martin and Rick Livingston Neil and Cindy Lynch Regan and Andrew Mazak

John and Ann McAlearney Nora McIntyre Stokes and Erica McIntyre Emily Nusbaum ’90 Kennia and Mike Papadakis Lee and David Paragas Dr. Susanne and Thad Perry David J. and Catherine Moritz Presper Blair Boardman Price ’90 Ms. Jessica Germain Price ’00 Chelsea Rauck ’05 Janet Knight Rauschenberger ’90 Mr. Chad Readler Jennifer Readler Jennifer and Craig Richardson Mary and Rocky Robins Rhome and Sunny Ruanphae Ms. Georgia Ruch ’05 Elizabeth Seidler ’00 Katy Shanahan ’05 Mr. Ira Sharfin Liz and John Sokol Ms. Lynné Steinhaus Pam and Tony Sugar Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Swoboda Tenlee Tarrier ’75 Liz Taylor ’75 Sarah Taylor ’75 Ms. Cindy Trask Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wallace Margie and Tom Williams Jim and Kim Wilson Allison Elia Wisely ’05 Stuart and Lisa Young

Ms. Susan Leach Madden ’70 Regan and Andrew Mazak John and Ann McAlearney Scott and Jennifer McCormick Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Jennifer McDonald Nora McIntyre Robert and Amy Milbourne Tim and Colleen O’Dell Mr. and Mrs. Scott Passias The Patton Family Dr. Susanne and Thad Perry Tracy Potter David J. and Catherine Moritz Presper Blair Boardman Price ’90 Janet Knight Rauschenberger ’90 Mr. Chad Readler Sally and Bill Reynolds Mary and Rocky Robins Rhome and Sunny Ruanphae Hope and Jim Schrim Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Shalter Mr. Ira Sharfin Stephen P. and Lynne E. C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Glen Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Swoboda Ms. Cindy Trask Webb and Liz Vorys Betsy Watts Lisa Webb Chuck and Pam Webber Marilyn Beckman Wilson ’85 Jeff and Lynette Woda Stuart and Lisa Young

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Anonymous (3) Grace Addison’s Family Cecily Chester Alexander ’88 and Brett Alexander The Alonso-Taub Family Kerri Armstrong Ken and Ranee Baker Nicole Kendell and Sven Bergmann Steve and Jennifer Reeb Biehn ’88 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. and Penny Masters Boes Dr. Bronya Boykin Team Brown H. Jay and Robin Ives Canowitz ’85 Amy and Rob Click Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Stephanie Donley Drs. Victor V. Dizon and Deborah J. Woidtke Julie and John Eikenberry Marilu and Tim Faber Kimberly Fauber Dr. Jonathan and Mrs. Lori Ann Feibel Aman Garcha and Danielle Demko Jillian Diamond Gliksberg ’05 Babette T. Gorman ’69 Christopher and Shari Graham Jordan Hilbrands ’07 Vicki Nacht Hilbrands Dr. Tensing Maa and Mr. James Jeffers April Zimmerman Katz ’87 and Kyle Katz Thanks, Mom Bon, for everything! Love, Jenster and Richster Yasyn Lee ’78 Sharon Libell Leenhouts ’75 Neil and Cindy Lynch

Abercrombie & Fitch Advance Printing & Graphics American Girl Columbus Kerri Armstrong Basil Restaurant Bluescreek Farm Meats Boes Family Bohindi Mary Pat Boyle Tom Brigdon Cameron Mitchell CATCO is Kids Chipotle Mexican Grill, Bexley Susan Chow Ms. Mary Anne Click ’15 Columbus Children’s Theatre Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants Cork Wine & Dine The CSG Parents’ Association Scott Cunningham Photography Donaldson Plastic Surgery Liz Zimmerman Donaldson ’92 and Jeff Donaldson Etc. Boutique etta-loo Finally Free Giuseppe’s Ritrovo Michael and Denise Glimcher Graeter’s Ice Cream Green Olive Company Happy Go Lucky Home Hilton Columbus at Easton Jordan Hilbrands ’07 Vicki Nacht Hilbrands Diane Hoenig Hot Chicken Takeover Rebecca Ibel

Ivivva Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams JK Photobooths Joseph Editions Kinsale Golf and Fitness Kittie’s Hand Crafted Cakes Edward Laginess Rachel Lee Market Blooms Mary Pat Martin and Rick Livingston Regan and Andrew Mazak Dave and Elisa McCurdy Middle West Spirits Tim Miller and Jamie Crane MJW Graphics Moshi Sushi Bar Northwest Eye Surgeons, Kenneth A. Boyle Jr., M.D. Olympic Indoor Tennis Club On Paper Piada Italian Street Food Piccadilly Pizzuti Collection Brad Ransier Residence Inn by Marriott at Easton Rockbridge Capital School Closet & School Days Smith & Wollensky John and Elizabeth Sokol Ms. Lindsay Stoller Studio B Wellness Sweet & Sassy Tartan Fields Golf Club Tennis Ltd. Terrior Wine Shop The Blowout Bar The Hills Market The Park Vista The Top Steak House The Wine Bistro ThirtyOne Gifts Kara Thomas Tierney Family Tigertree Clothing, Accessories & Gifts Watershed Distillery Dan Wong Zen Cha Café & Tea Ric and Stephanie Zimmerman

Galleria 2015 Online Auction Beth Abramovitz Claire Murnane Adams ’01 Orlay Alonso and Emily Alonso-Taub ’89 Argo & Lehne Jewelers BalletMet Columbus Bexley Optical Boutique Bloomberg Eye Center Dr. Thomas J. and Mrs. Penny Masters Boes CD 1025.5 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Chappelear The Chiller Ice Rink Columbus Blue Jackets COSI CSG Parents’ Association Lisa Lowder Darke ’85 Dewey’s Pizza Anne Dilenschneider ’73 Dispatch Magazines

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Anne Budros Fletcher ’92 Dana Field Foster ’74 Franklin Park Conservatory Marilee Gallagher ’67 Giant Eagle Market District Lisa Sugar Gitz ’79 Glimcher Realty Trust Cheryl Golden Good Bodies W. Henry Hauser K. A. Menendian Rug Gallery Kimarie Martin Photography Lindey’s Restaurant and Bar Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Logan Kathryn Logan ’01 Loukas Rolfing J. McLaughlin The Memorial Tournament Martha Gallagher Michael ’73 Muhka Spa Nurtur the Salon Palm Bay International Papa John’s Pizza Marilyn Kurtz Parker Renaissance Columbus Downtown Hotel Vivian Lee Reynard ’54 Robbins Hunter Museum Georgia Ruch ’05 Julie Schottenstein Saar ’84 J. Pari Sabety The School Closet Shape Fitness Roxanne Shull

Jennifer Good Skrobarcek ’00 Stile Salon and Spa Thread The Thurber House Debbie Thyer Timeless Skin Solutions Tuckernuck Tutoring By A College Professor Vineyard Vines Columbus Wexner Center for the Arts Margaret Barton Williams ’57 Kim Rice Wilson ’80 Allison Elia Wisely ’05 Yoga on High Caron Zand ’74

Gifts-In-Kind Ms. Elizabeth Jeffrey Balderston ’75 Columbus Sign Company Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Dach Mrs. Sarah Benson Hatcher ’97 Mr. Jay Hilbert Mr. and Mrs. Kirk and Victoria Hilbrands Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jeffrey Mr. and Mrs. Eric Luckage Mrs. Christine and Dr. James Murakami Ms. Christy Sayre Mrs. Lesley Wilson Schaab ’70 Sullivan Builders Liz and Webb I. Vorys Dr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Williams, Jr. Jim and Kim Rice Wilson

2014 - 2015 Board of Trustees Executive Committee Lavea Brachman ’80, Board Chair Ronald (Rocky) Robins, Jr., Chair Elect Timothy Miller, Vice Chair Brian Tierney, Vice Chair Bernie Ostrowski, Treasurer/Finance Committee Chair Elizabeth (Beth) Crane ’69, Secretary Cecily Chester Alexander ’88, Chair, Nominating and Board Governance Jill Levy ’70, Chair, Development Committee Glenda Harrison, Chair, Diversity Committee Lisa Courtice, Ph.D., Co-Chair, Strategic Planning Michael Glimcher, At Large

Board Members Cecily Chester Alexander ’88 Carrie Birch Lavea Brachman ’80 Thomas Brigdon Lisa Courtice, Ph.D. Elizabeth (Beth) Crane ’69 Elizabeth (Liz) Zimmerman Donaldson ’92 Samantha Elliott Johnathon Feibel, M.D. Katherine (Kate) Carlin Giller ’87 Michael Glimcher Chris Graham Glenda P. Harrison

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Jeff Henderson Stephanie Hightower Nancy K. Jeffrey (Lifetime Member) Jill Levy ’70 Susan Merryman Timothy Miller Bernie Ostrowski David Paragas Robert Polite, D.O. Ronald (Rocky) Robins, Jr. Ira Sharfin Lynne Smith Brian Tierney Webb I. Vorys Kim Rice Wilson ’80 Leigh Ann Wobst

Ex Officio Jennifer Ciccarelli, Head of School Gordon Gee, Ed.D. Andrea Zid Salmi ’83, National Alumnae Council Paige Shalter Bruening ’89, Alumnae Board President Gwen Bright, Parents’ Association Co-Presidents Susan Chow, Parents’ Association Co-Presidents

Every effort has been made to include correctly the name of each donor and to ensure that the information in this report is accurate. If you should find any incorrect listings or omissions, please accept our apologies.


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