FALL 2019 SPRING 2019
THE MAGAZINE OF RHODES COLLEGE
The Rhodes Edge:
Guiding students into the future
PLUS Master of Arts: Lon Anthony Constitution Day: Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer
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The Rhodes Vision
Rhodes College aspires to graduate students with a lifelong passion for learning, a compassion for others, and the ability to translate academic study and personal concerns into effective leadership and action in their communities and the world. We will achieve our aspiration through four strategic imperatives: STUDENT ACCESS To attract and retain a talented, diverse student body and engage these students in a challenging, inclusive, and culturally broadening college experience. STUDENT LEARNING To ensure our faculty and staff have the talent, the time, and the resources to inspire and involve our students in meaningful study, research, and service. STUDENT ENGAGEMENT To enhance student opportunities for learning in Memphis. STUDENT INSPIRATION To provide a residential place of learning that inspires integrity and high achievement through its beauty, its emphasis on values, its Presbyterian history, and its heritage as a leader in the liberal arts and sciences. Adopted by the Rhodes Board of Trustees January 17, 2003
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The Rhodes Edge
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Letter from the President Under the Oaks
28 Homecoming 33 Class Notes
48 In Memoriam
51 Honor Roll of Donors Marjorie Hass PRESIDENT J. Carey Thompson VICE PRESIDENT OF ENROLLMENT & COMMUNICATIONS
FALL 2019 Volume 26, Number 2
Jenna Goodloe Wade VICE PRESIDENT OF DEVELOPMENT
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The Master of Arts
The enduring legacy of Lon Anthony
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer visits campus.
BY MICHAEL FINGER
BY CAROLINE O’CONNOR ’20
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Letter from the President
Dear Friends, This semester I was honored to receive, on behalf of Rhodes College, an award from the Zion Cemetery Project recognizing the work of students, faculty, and staff in helping to restore Memphisâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; oldest African-American cemetery and recover and archive its history. This partnership is just one of many, many examples of ways that Rhodes lives up to its responsibility to our community and the community, in turn, supports student learning. Experiences like the ones students have at Zion are more than opportunities to serve. They are ways to put classroom learning into practice, to learn to solve realworld problems, and to develop career-ready skills. Eighty-five percent of our students participate in at least one internship or research project while they are at Rhodes. It is a big factor in what we are calling
The Rhodes Edge. Our students graduate with an edge. They are intellectually ready to face challenges; they are ready to serve and lead. And they are ready to take the next step to land spots in top graduate schools or in the world of work. Honing this edge is a major focus of our new strategic plan, which can be read at Rhodes.edu/ strategicplan. The planning process was guided by a steering committee of faculty, staff, students, and alumni and involved extensive internal and external research. Overall, more than 5,000 voices participated in shaping this plan and it reflects the best of both our history and our hopes for the future. The plan builds on our historic strategic strengths, including our reputation for excellence in the liberal arts and science, the successful career outcomes of our graduates, our world-class teaching, our strikingly beautiful campus, and our unique home in the city of Memphis. And at the same time, it prepares us for a future in which our students will need new skills and will arrive with new ambitions and experiences. Our goals are ambitious but achievable. It will require all those who care for Rhodes to participate in bringing it to life. I look forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas and to working with you as we move our beloved college from strength to strength. Best,
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UNDER THE OAKS Fall 2019
Dr, Sherry Turner ’84 leads students through the National Civil Rights Museum
A Learning Experience
For the fourth consecutive year, first-year students tour Memphis’ National Civil Rights Museum. With the Class of 2023’s visit on August tions about how we build community,” 20, 2019, all four classes of students says Rhodes President Marjorie Hass. currently studying at Rhodes have “We are now in the fourth year of this now begun their Rhodes career with a program, and it has had a transformavisit to Memphis’ National Civil Rights tional effect on our campus.” Museum. The experience came on Dr. Charles Hughes, direc the last day of Welcome Week activ- tor of the Lynne and Henry ities and was part of the first-year Turley Memphis Center, began the experience, a year-long, integrative tour of the museum by noting that program for new students that is August marks the 400th anniversary designed to ensure their success. of enslaved Africans touching soil in “The museum visit helps our stu- Virginia, which is considered by many dents understand the way the past to be the beginning of African-Amerinforms the present. They return ican history. Throughout the museum, from the museum inspired and able which spans the history of chattel to engage more deeply in conversa- slavery to the assassination of Dr.
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The museum visit helps our students understand the way the past informs the present. They return from the museum inspired and able to engage more deeply in conversations about how we build community. — President Marjorie Hass
Martin Luther King Jr., faculty supplemented the exhibits with lectures on African-American history, Brown vs. Board of Education, the Selma to Montgomery march, the Sanitation Workers’ Strike, and the life and work of Dr. King. The students, whether from the Memphis area or from across the country, say they learned something new about civil rights, racism, and Memphis’ role in history. Reggie Matthews ’23, who is from Memphis, had been to the museum before, but said this expe-
Provost Milton Moreland welcomed firstyear students to the National Civil Rights Museum (left). President Marjorie Hass joined the tour and spoke with first-year students (above).
rience was unique. “I’m glad to learn more about the sanitation workers and connect it all to Memphis. The professors made me realize how much of an impact it had. Before this, I didn’t even know why Martin Luther King had come to Memphis,” Matthews says. First-years Addison Horton ’23 and Maya Ring ’23 both say they appreciate the opportunity to connect to the city as part of their Rhodes education and to share this experience with their entire class. “I think it is very beneficial that it is right off the bat and we did it as a class. We are a very diverse class, and it is great to see people who have come from different backgrounds have similar reactions and start conversations,” says Horton. Ring says this has encouraged her to think more about her engagement with Memphis going forward. “It connects us to the greater Memphis community. It could be easy to just be focused on Rhodes, but instead we can be connected and try to learn more and give back
over our four years,” Ring says. Hughes, who has participated in guiding the first-year students’ visit to the museum through all four years, says that it is a vital component of the Rhodes education that serves as a basis for conversations throughout their college experience. “The really great thing about the National Civil Rights Museum is that, at the very beginning of the students’ time at Rhodes, they have a shared experience that absolutely comes back over the course of their time at the college,” Hughes says. “In classes that I teach, I have numerous times had students reference the museum visits or bring up questions or topics they have. It’s just really clear that not only is it giving them this wonderful experience, but also giving them some language and some shared ideas that come up in their time at college, no matter their major or their plans for after they graduate.” The experience is made possible by the generosity of Riea and Steve Lainoff P’11, P’15.
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Under the Oaks
Accounting Professor Pamela Church receives the 2019 Jameson M. Jones Award.
Dr. Pamela Church and Dr. Milton Moreland
Rhodes named one of the nation’s most innovative colleges.
U.S. News & World Report has named Rhodes College one of the nation’s most innovative national liberal arts colleges in its 2020 Best Colleges rankings. Rhodes was also recognized as a “Best Value College” and on the list of national liberal arts colleges with the “Best Undergraduate Teaching Degrees.” Rhodes has a variety of innovative experiential learning programs such as the Lynne and Henry Turley Memphis Center and the Mike Curb Institute for Music, which provide students with opportunities to pair their top-tier liberal arts education and
interdisciplinary research with realworld experience on campus and in the community. Rhodes also has a number of fellowships that match students with partners in the medical, research, and nonprofit sectors to explore professional and academic projects while equipping them for successful careers and graduate study. “Our college’s location in the heart of Memphis and our pioneering faculty members provide unique opportunities for our students to pursue the cutting-edge experiences that are responsible for the transformative
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Dr. Pamela Church, associate professor of accounting at Rhodes College, was presented the 2019 Jameson M. Jones Award for Outstanding Faculty Service at the college’s Opening Convocation on August 16. The Jameson M. Jones Award for Outstanding Faculty Service honors a current faculty member who has established an outstanding record of service to the college. The award was made possible through a gift from John Gladney ’74. It is named in memory of Dr. Jameson M. Jones ’36, who served as the college’s chief academic officer for more than 15 years. Dr. Milton Moreland, provost and vice president for academic affairs, presented the award at the Opening Convocation. Church joined the Rhodes College faculty in 1988 and has served as chair of the Department of Business, as well as teaching undergraduate and graduate accounting courses in the areas of financial, managerial, governmental accounting, and auditing. As the director of the Master of Science in Accounting program, she has assisted students in preparing for
Rhodes education,” says President Marjorie Hass. “By supplementing a rigorous liberal arts and sciences education with hands-on work with the community, we provide an edge to our graduates as they enter the professional world and pursue meaningful change.” Rhodes is ranked 53rd among the 216 national liberal arts colleges ranked this year, placing the college in the top tier of colleges that emphasize undergraduate education and award at least half of their degrees in liberal arts fields of study.
I know that she is always supportive and encouraging to students. She never gives up on anyone.
careers in various areas of accounting own interests for the good of the whole and spent considerable time network- community. One colleague wrote, ing with accounting professionals and “She cares about students no matter firms to promote the college’s thriv- whether they are excellent performing programs and its students. This ers or students who need a little includes her organization of the col- more help. I know that she is always lege’s annual “Meet the Firms” career supportive and encouraging to stuand recruiting event with invited CPA dents. She never gives up on anyone.” firms and corporations. In addition, Church has served on Church also works closely with many of the college’s major commitCareer Services to promote informa- tees, and she is the sole academic reption about internships and permanent resentative on the Tennessee State positions with firms and national Board of Accountancy, which oversees corporations. Under her leadership, the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) the student professional placement profession in Tennessee. Having been rate in careers since the accounting nominated by the governor for this program’s inception is a sterling 100 position, she has a unique opportunity percent. to have an impact on the accounting The many letters of nominations profession more broadly. noted that Church is a skilled and graA native Memphian, Church is the cious administrator and teacher who is parent of three Rhodes alumni, Jacob known for her sense of patience and ’04, Benjamin ’09, and Courtney collegiality and willing to forego her Church Tucker ’11.
Rhodes College U.S. News & World Report Rankings: • Best National Liberal Arts Colleges #53 • Most Innovative National Liberal Arts Colleges #35 • Best Value Colleges (National Liberal Arts Colleges) #84 • Best Undergraduate Teaching Degrees (National Liberal Arts Colleges) #35
In September 2019 the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education college rankings were released. Rhodes ranked 2nd in Tennessee, 29th in the South region, and 134 nationally. Unlike the U.S. News & World Report rankings, this ranking does not break colleges and universities into separate categories.
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Under the Oaks
Rhodes student and professor spend the summer exploring aquatic ecosystems.
Driven by a love of being outdoors and on the water, environmental science major Bernadette Badamo ’21 contacted assistant biology professor Dr. Patrick Kelly last year about assisting him with his research on aquatic ecosystems. As a result, she spent the summer in a canoe measuring sources of organic carbon in MidSouth lakes to analyze how these lakes store and release carbon and how they cycle nutrients. “Scientists characterize ecosystems based on carbon balance. Lakes receive a lot of nutrients and carbon from the landscape, so we want to understand what influence they have on the lakes,” says Badamo. “This can be important to the general public, because this has implications for greenhouse gas emissions.” The carbon cycle involves the movement of carbon in and out of
air, water, and land and its interactions with organisms such as plants and animals. Carbon attached to oxygen forms carbon dioxide (CO2). Plants take CO2 from the air to make food and release oxygen, a process called photosynthesis. Animals take in oxygen and release CO2 by breaking down sugars, a process called respiration. Too much carbon emission from humans or the natural environment, however, traps heat in the atmosphere, contributing to climate change. Lakes can be an important part of this process, contributing greatly to the global carbon cycle. A number of things impact lake carbon cycling, including nutrients from the landscape that may also reduce water quality and clarity. “We are putting sensors in the lakes and measuring dissolved oxygen throughout the day,” says
Badamo. “We use those data to estimate rates of primary production — taking carbon dioxide out of lakes and turning it into biomass — and respiration — turning biomass into carbon dioxide.” The lakes from which Badamo and Kelly have been taking samples include Epping Way, Poplar Tree, Glenn Springs, Whiteville, and Herb Parsons in Tennessee; Arkabutla and Chewalla in Mississippi; and Horseshoe in Arkansas. Badamo says she has gained knowledge about how lakes and their food webs function in response to the external environment. “Bernadette has been integral to the research projects going on in my lab,” says Kelly. “She has an incredible work ethic, is curious and very competent, and picks up on fieldwork protocols right away and never needs to be shown how to do something twice. I could not have collected the amount of data I did this summer without her assistance.” The researchers also have been journeying to the University of Mississippi field station near Oxford, MS, to conduct an ongoing experiment focused on how different amounts of nutrients contribute to harmful algal blooms in lakes. This research is being done in collaboration with research ecologist Dr. Jason Taylor at the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Dr. Thad Scott, an associate professor of biology at Baylor University. Common nutrients in lakes are nitrogen and phosphorus, which can be found in fertilizers, storm water, sewage, and animal waste. Too many nutrients induce the growth of algal blooms beyond what is needed for the fish, animals, and organisms in the ecosystem to eat. Microorganisms, in breaking down excess bloom that have died, consume the oxygen that
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is needed by the fish or other aquatic organisms, causing them to die. At the University of Mississippi field station, the Rhodes researchers collected small floating organisms in 12 enclosed pools of water. Each one was treated with a different ratio of nitrogen to phosphorus to see the response. “Scientists are really interested in how different ratios of nutrients contribute to harmful algal blooms,” says Kelly. “The outcome
[Bernadette] has an incredible work ethic, is curious and very competent, and picks up on fieldwork protocols right away and never needs to be shown how to do something twice. I could not have collected the amount of data I did this summer without her assistance.
of this will hopefully have realworld implications for how farmers and managers think about fertilizer inputs in the environment. “The outcomes of both projects will contribute to the scientific community’s understanding of nutrient cycling, carbon processing, and how food webs react to nutrient loads,” adds Kelly. “These projects may also have important implications for the general public and lead to management decisions for how we use and improve the lakes in our local areas.”
The Mellon Foundation awards Rhodes College $900K to strengthen health equity education in Memphis. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation uate learning related to health has awarded $900,000 to Rhodes inequalities. New initiatives include: College to support its innovative • Supplementing the first-year initiatives to educate students and seminar with more critical citizens about social and cultural reflection on the production determinants of health. The new of social inequalities and how initiatives made possible by this they can contribute to a more grant will empower humanities equitable future. and social science faculty to build • Developing 15 new courses curricula that more robustly incorfocused on an understanding porate issues of health equity and of health disparities. to strengthen and create public • Hosting two public symposia humanities partnerships in the aimed at raising awareness Memphis region. of health as a key indicator of “We consider engagement social well-being. with the city of Memphis an essenThis year, Rhodes established tial part of the Rhodes education a post-baccalaureate certificate in and are honored to be able to con- health equity, which prepares stutinue and expand our community dents to become skilled and cominitiatives, thanks to this generous passionate health care providers Mellon grant,” says Rhodes Presi- committed to working with underdent Marjorie Hass. “We hope this served populations and develops work will contribute to a culture of their critical understanding of how health equity in Memphis.” social determinants shape health The grant will deepen commu- outcomes. The grant will facilitate nity partnerships between Rhodes work focused on the sustainability faculty and Memphis organiza- of that program. tions across a variety of sectors, “The courses and improved including health care, cultural, and first-year seminar will enable us justice organizations. Building on to better connect the intellectual these existing partnerships, faculty curiosity that we foster at Rhodes and agency leaders will provide with concrete engagement with expertise for educational events, the city of Memphis around the research, and teaching. Rhodes will social determinants of health,” says also partner with the Wellness and Dr. Milton Moreland, vice president Stress Clinic of Memphis to focus of academic affairs and provost. on access to culturally competent “Students will have the opportuhealth care and will provide health nity to practice critical reflection equity workshops to staff at local on their own social locations, the K-12 schools. structures that reproduce inequalThe Mellon grant will empower ity, and the possibilities for them Rhodes to enhance undergrad- to contribute to change.”
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The Rhodes Edge
As Rhodes College looks to the future, it continues to educate students to thrive outside the classroom.
By Samuel X. Cicci ’15
What do students aim to get out of the classroom experience erhaps it’s a deeper understanding of myriad su ects, a comprehensive loo at the many fields of academia. o others, it’s ac uiring a diverse array of s ills geared to ard professional leadership and e ectiveness in the workplace. Both are admirable, but the best utili ation of such goals is to synthesi e oth schools of thought. As Rhodes College prepares to enter the next decade, its ne trategic ision has students ready to set o ith the tools to change their communities.
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The ten-year plan, approved unanimously by the Board of Trustees in the fall, is set to span the decade from 2020 to 2030 and emphasizes the “Rhodes Edge” as three key attributes. It should leave students as “intellectually ready to tackle the world’s most pressing problems; leadership ready to create equitable and prosperous communities; and career and graduate school ready to succeed in tomorrow’s economy.” Through improving the undergraduate experience, students, faculty, and alumni will be more likely to invest in the institution’s future. To make this happen, Rhodes has four areas of focus that will guide the vision over the next decade. The first, bolstering academic excellence, comprises faculty hires, study abroad and local internship opportunities, a renewed drive to improve interdisciplinary centers modeled after the Lynne and Henry Turley Memphis Center, strengthening the fine arts programs, and improving the pre-medical track, which accounts for about 40 percent of Rhodes’ applicant pool each year. The second focus, fostering a culture of belonging, encompasses building a diverse student culture that continues to engage in community service projects within the Greater Memphis Area. Additionally, students should leave with a deeper commitment to the school and a greater sense of school spirit. Part of that drive includes improvements to the school’s athletic programs, as well as more intramural sporting and fitness options. Third, ensuring a transformational student experience, stresses a residential experience that provides the best platform for new students to grow. That includes more community events for incoming students and more opportunities to interact with faculty who are part of their fields of interest. On the more professional side, the school will implement a new four-year plan at Career Services to prepare students for careers after school. The final focus is to secure the school’s future. The Strategic Vision pushes the school to find new revenue streams, sustain its workforce, tell the Rhodes story both locally and nationally to
invite more philanthropic investment, cultivate community partnerships, and create a new master campus plan. Overall, the four focus areas will provide a much richer undergraduate experience for incoming students. To truly hone the Rhodes Edge, that means starting the process immediately in a way where students can learn and grow organically. “Many of our students arrive without having an idea of what they want to major in,” says Rhodes College President Marjorie Hass. “When it comes to making that decision, we’re really unique in two ways. First, our curriculum is built so that a student doesn’t need to choose a major until the end of their sophomore year. It means students have the opportunity to explore their interests broadly at the beginning of their time here. And they can get faculty advisors to guide them on a path that excites them without being forced to narrow these choices. “The second is that when declaring a major, students have to write a statement about why this is an exciting field for them,” she continues. “We really see this choice as a big decision, not because we think it determines a student’s career choice, but because it’s our students’ way of coming to learn more about themselves, about their unique contributions, and what way they want to change the world.” That freedom to choose is something Hass points to as critical to honing the Rhodes Edge. Many subjects that are encountered in a college setting aren’t normally available in high school. Hass points to the fastest-growing majors like public health, computer science, urban studies, and neuroscience; skills from a secondary school education don’t directly translate to fields like the aforementioned, and asking students to choose a track too soon could close pathways prematurely. After being helped through the initial process, Rhodes students have a better sense of what they are passionate about. One of the most important aspects of the Rhodes Edge is that it doesn’t keep the primary focus exclusively on classroom lessons. “The old model of college being a refuge from the real
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The Rhodes Edge
The resources are here at Rhodes. Then, you can take those outside the gates and reach for these competitive opportunities.
Claire McGuire ’20
world is just that — an old model,” says Hass. “Students today are hungry for a much more integrated form of education. So at Rhodes, students are preparing for life after college the day they arrive.” Theoretical studies are mixed with practical, hands-on learning like laboratory research or participation in a campus literary magazine. But the final stroke of the Rhodes Edge is to encourage students to take the skills they’ve learned to organizations off-campus. For Dorian Canales ’20, his journey through the economics major led him to pursue an internship with FedEx Express. Having moved to Memphis from Tegucigulpa, Honduras, at age seven, he grew up in the Mid-South and graduated from Christian Brothers High School before earning a Bonner Scholarship to attend Rhodes. While searching for outside opportunities, he came across an available position in FedEx’s engineering and technology department. Over a three-month period, he dove into his work, bringing
a fresh perspective and new ideas to aspect of economics,” he says. “Having the business that ended up saving analytical tools and an analytical the company both time and money. mindset will help you in any industry. His first innovation included creating This was especially helpful at FedEx an Excel method to improve line because I encountered different distribution. challenges on different projects that “The Excel method helped to required me to approach them in a reduce errors being made by critical way.” teammates,” says Canales. “The While the Excel method he whole problem revolved around being implemented vastly improved the unable to deliver the right lines to the day-to-day operations at FedEx, the right people. Before Excel, lines had groundwork was laid in his statistical to be updated manually, and people analysis class with Dr. Nick McKinney. weren’t always available to do that. “That’s where we in the economics The process saved time and allowed major really started to work with us to collaborate more effectively.” Excel,” says Canales. “Working with Beyond Excel, he created a the program in that class really helped SharePoint website which allowed me build the foundation for what I for easier sharing of important eventually created at FedEx.” documentation between workers, Canales also bolstered his portfolio and installed new and expensive after being accepted to the Harvard equipment that allowed for more Business School Summer Venture efficient package scanning. While in Management program. With a many interns might just do the work personal motto of “why not,” there asked of them, Canales had learned was no reason for him to overlook the to turn a more critical eye towards various opportunities for professional any problem he identified. growth. “I’m really focused on the analytical “The resources are here at Rhodes,”
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he says. “Then, you can take those outside the gates and reach for these competitive opportunities. Rhodes has really helped me develop a strong foundation and transferable skills to thrive in the industries I’m interested in.” Applying a critical approach to improve day-to-day at a Fortune 500 company like FedEx is impressive, but Rhodes students are making impacts in fields very different from business. New Jersey native Claire McGuire ’20 was drawn to the liberal arts college for the abilities it had to connect her with opportunities off-campus. “I knew I wanted to attend a liberal arts college after attending a big high school,” says McGuire, “and I appreciated the internship and research options they have around here, the study abroad programs, and the personal connection you can build with professors.” After taking Intro to Environmental Sciences her sophomore year, she knew that was the field for her. The summer before her senior year, McGuire used funds from winning the Rosanna Cappellato Award in Environmental Sciences to develop a study to research another issue very Memphis-centric: the Wolf River. “I’m currently doing an anthropogenic impact study on the river and looking at how humans have influenced it: What nutrients are we putting into it, what’s the level of microplastic pollution?,” she says. “Really, we’re looking for different human markers. There’s a lot of plastic in the river, and then when you get farther out there are different nitrogen levels where there’s more farming. It’s not as pronounced as it is here, but you still have erosion and runoffs [from pesticides] in that area.”
McGuire jumped at the chance to explore an issue that was both of interest to her and beneficial to Memphis. “This research has implications for how we can better protect the river and how we can mitigate runoff into it,” she says. “If we’re putting in a lot of plastic, nitrogen, or carbon, how do we alter that so the river can still be used recreationally by the people of Memphis?” To pursue her research, McGuire says she f requently drew on experiences and skills she picked up through class and labs at Rhodes. Techniques from the environmental science track prepared her to test water quality, acidity, salinity, and dissolved oxygen in the river, while Professor Patrick Kelly assisted on the project in an advisory role. “I’ve been working in his lab and having him help run tests and analysis,” says McGuire. “He’s been really helpful to bridge the gap between the classroom and what I wanted to do to create my own project.” As she wraps up her project, McGuire is looking at marine science graduate options like Arizona State University, the University of Georgia, and the University of Maine. She says that she was alerted to some of her preferred Ph.D. candidacies due to professors sending her emails about openings around the country. “Because I’ve been able to build these relationships here, they know my interests, they know what I want to do,” she says. “That’s been helpful, and I’m thankful I had the opportunities through the environmental science program. It’s really allowed me to build up my resume and has made me a much more well-rounded individual.”
examples of the relationships and projects Rhodes wants its students to cultivate. With 85 percent of the student body having had either an internship or career readiness experience, those opportunities makes Rhodes College graduates attractive to employers. “Our students are career-ready in that they have all the skills an employer would say they want,” says Hass. “Rhodes is a dynamic place. This is not a passive static absorption of knowledge. These are classrooms where conversation is lively and intense, where they are used to having to pull their weight to help shape and make the experience. And so when a student leaves Rhodes and they go off to the world of work and they’re asked to make a presentation at a meeting, they show up ready to go.” Hass continues to view Rhodes’ location in Memphis as a strategic asset for students. With access to top Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, and NGOs, there are plenty of outlets for students to apply what they’ve learned as an undergraduate. As Hass and the school head into the next decade, every part of that process is equally important for maximizing a student’s potential. “I hear over and over again from city leaders that they are impressed by the incredible impact they’ve seen from our students,” she says”. And when we think about the Rhodes Edge, we think it’s the whole mosaic of experiences that a student has here that is what gives them that edge.” For more information about the Rhodes Edge, visit rhodes.edu
Canales’ and McGuire’s internship and research opportunities are just two
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The Master of Arts
The remarkable life and career of Lawrence Anthony
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PHOTOGRAPH S COURTESY RHODES COLLEGE
By Michael Finger
An energetic group of men and women have gathered outside the Catherine Burrow Refectory at Rhodes College. They carry books, backpacks, and briefcases. A young fellow riding a skateboard dodges another student on a bike, while a kid points a camera towards Southwestern Hall and another tosses a Frisbee. An unusually tall man wearing a cowboy hat pushes through the crowd, as dogs scamper beneath everyone. Standing to one side, a burly security guard pulls out a notepad.
If he’s writing a ticket for loitering, he has a good reason, because these figures haven’t moved an inch in more than four decades. With their elon-
ity of its time, while also celebrating the human community as a dynamic, charming, ever-changing, and inclusive structure.”
gated arms and legs, and curiThat word “community” ously distorted faces, they comes up in any discussion form a sculpture (left) called with Anthony’s former colCampus Life, designed by leagues and students. He Lawrence “Lon” Anthony, the helped establish a thriving longtime artist-in-residence art community at Rhodes, by Lawrence “Lon” Anthony at Rhodes College, back when hiring teachers and expanding it was called Southwestern at Memphis. the fledgling department. The name of the piece, constructed of ham“From his arrival on campus in 1961 until his mered copper and cast bronze, is appropriate. retirement, he was a central presence in our colNot only does it convey the range of people (and lective life,” McCarthy continues. “He remained creatures) anyone might find at the school, but unflagging in his commitment to integrating the Anthony recruited many students to bring his study of art with the broader curriculum of the creation to life on the campus. college, while also insisting that the production “My entire class helped with that project for two and study of art was an all-consuming passion.” semesters,” says Anthony, now retired and living During those early years Anthony taught every with his wife, Anne, in the Florida Keys. “I designed class in art history, painting, and sculpture the the work, and my class was purposely involved as school offered. Students remember him fondly my assistants in the making of it as part of their as a guide, teacher, mentor, friend, and inspiration. learning experience — from how a piece is con- They describe the “master and apprentice” bond ceptualized, to the physical effort itself, to the he formed with them, and many give him credit willingness to destroy and rebuild, letting go and for where they are today, whether they are proredoing it, all this over a long period of time.” fessional artists or working in other careers. Some In 1996, towards the end of Anthony’s last say, quite emphatically, that Rhodes wouldn’t year at Rhodes, the school hosted a retrospec- even have an art department, if not for Anthony. tive that saluted his 35-year career here. For the McCarthy joined the faculty as an art historian catalog that accompanied that exhibition, Dr. in 1991, after meeting Anthony at a national conDavid McCarthy, then (and now) the chairman ference. “When I was hired,” says McCarthy today, of the art department, notes the significance of “the art department that I walked into was very Campus Life: “As is typical of so much of his work, much Lon’s art department. He built the sculpture documents the look and sensibil- it.”
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The Master of Arts
The Long Journey to Memphis
Born in 1934, Lawrence Anthony grew up on a farm outside Florence, South Carolina. As a child, he displayed artistic talent, but his family was too poor to provide him with the means of expressing it. So he resorted to drawing on scraps of paper and cardboard, or using a fireplace poker to whittle designs in the fireplace mantle. The Anthony family somehow managed to subscribe to the Book of the Month Club, and Anthony admits that he made some of his earliest drawings in the blank pages of those books. “My father never had time to read them,” he says, “and my mother didn’t object.” Anthony served as editor of his high school newspaper. He enrolled at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, “because I thought I wanted to be a newspaper reporter.” All along, however, he had been sketching and drawing on anything he could find, even pieces of shirt cardboard, so he decided to major in art. There was just one problem. Washington and Lee didn’t offer an art degree; this was in the 1950s, and few major colleges did. One day, however, he sat down with a sympathetic dean, who “wrote out all the courses he could think of that had anything to do with art,” he says. “So I got a degree, but I didn’t really major in anything — just kind of a conglomeration of stuff.” In the early 1950s, the U.S. was involved in the Korean War, so Anthony joined the Navy Reserves. He enrolled in Officer Candidate School and was
transferred to Pensacola, but a history of asthma cut short his plans to be a pilot. Instead, he spent his time on various ships “as the lowest of the low, mostly scrubbing decks and chipping paint off them.” He was relocated to different Navy yards up and down the East Coast, and when the war finally wound down, Anthony’s military stint came to an end. He journeyed to Europe, where he spent a year visiting galleries and museums there. That was a formative experience, and when he returned to the United States, he decided, “I’d better get on with my art.” So, in the late 1950s, Anthony enrolled at the University of Georgia, which had one of the top art departments in the country. He was mainly interested in drawing and painting and remembers his first meeting with a professor there. “I didn’t even know how to stretch a canvas,” he says, “so my whole portfolio was things I had painted on cardboard.” Even so, that professor liked what he saw, admitted him to the department, and two years later Anthony earned a master’s from UGA. Along the way, however, he mingled with other students who were focusing on sculpture and discovered he had a knack for it. As he explains, “It was just something I started doing on the side, but it was more interesting than painting. I discovered I could deal directly with images and not do all this push-andpull with the paint surface.”
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What’s more, he encountered professor Leonard DeLonga, a talented metal sculptor. “He was highly important and influential to me,” Anthony says. “A lot of it was his personality. He worked on his art, and we watched him, and he let us do whatever we wanted to Quietly Flows the Don, do. It was a good experience, carved from and that’s how I ended up mahogany by Anthony, doing sculpture.” is now in the The University of Georgia collection of Memphis had good connections with Brooks other schools, so when Museum of Art. Anthony approached graduation, “they had found two It was a wonderful jobs for me. One was the Dayton Art Institute in Ohio, environment, and the and I was really interested in community in Midtown that because it was a straight-up art was my world. school.” The other job offer came from The school had acquired five wooden Southwestern at Memphis. barracks, surplus buildings from the “This was 1961, and the dean who U.S. Army, and lined them up in an interviewed me was Jameson Jones open field in the northeast corner ’36,” he says. “He drove me all over of the campus. The “Art Shack,” as it town, to Beale Street and Downtown was called, was home to the South— the whole scene was really hopping western art department. Anthony back then — so I took the job here.” remembers the other crude strucAnthony was hired as the art- tures held English, history, psycholist-in-residence and assistant pro- ogy, and sociology classes. “You could fessor — for a department that didn’t hear everything that was going on in really exist. Yearbooks from that the other buildings,” he says, “and period sometimes devote a single with just one heater for the whole page to the fine arts department, building, it was always drafty and featuring just two faculty members. freezing cold.” Professor Ray Hill taught drama Anthony would join other faculty classes, and Assistant Professor Law- members and drive to an Army rence Anthony taught art. That was it. surplus store in Nashville and, often Even more astonishing, compared with his own money, buy muchto the facilities at Rhodes today, was needed supplies. “There would be the location of that art department. tons of equipment, some of it from
the Korean War, or World War II. It was like Christmas, and I pretty much built the art department from scrap.” He also recruited skilled teachers from the Memphis College of Art, such as Burton Callicott and Mary Sims, to teach part-time. During this period, Lon met Anne Sayle ’73, After finishing college, she took a job teaching grades 1-3 at a little school in Dundee, Mississippi. She and Anthony were married in 1976. While Lon spent his days at the college, Anne taught at other schools in Memphis, ultimately teaching art at St. Mary’s. Also an accomplished sculptor, she was a singer, songwriter, and composer. Anthony was a distinctive figure on campus, with his long hair and penchant for turtlenecks and denim jackets. He didn’t like cars, so he walked or rode his bicycle everywhere. He bought a bungalow on Washington Avenue, a block west of Cooper, which he and Anne transformed into a home, studio, and off-campus hangout for students and teachers. The house was just across Overton Park from the school, and “I really loved that,” he says. “I was always close to the students, and a lot of the faculty lived like that in those days. Nobody back then drove 20 miles to come to work. It was a wonderful environment, and the community in Midtown was my world.”
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The Master of Arts
Master and Apprentices
“First and foremost, Rhodes College is a community,” says David McCarthy. “That community developed because people take the lead in nurturing and sustaining them, and that’s what Lon did. He had an acute sense of how important the arts were, and how much students needed nurturing. And sometimes that meant just somebody standing over your shoulder, saying, ‘This is important’ Lon Anthony with art students during Meeting Lon literally his days at Southwestern, and (top and ‘You can do this.’ His approach right) operating an old printing press. changed the course to teaching was not so much telling students what to do, but showing of my life. He was them how to do it. He became more the magi, and I of a sounding board, than a person assigning tasks. That’s a refrain you guy under him on that,” he says. “A became the wizard’s hear from a lot of his students.” lot of students were involved. They apprentice. One of those former students is Jim would hammer out the copper pieces — Ann Moore ’88 Watkins ’77, a Rhodes graduate now and I would assemble them under working as a mechanical engineer in Lon’s direction.” Kalispell, Montana. Watkins majored Watkins says Anthony had an landmark was unveiled, and again in philosophy, but says, “I probably “amazing combination of artistic Anthony played a role in its creation ended up with as many hours in sculp- talent combined with great technical — and the career of the student who ture as I did in philosophy.” He gives ability.” At the same time, “we all loved created it. Anthony credit for that. “I always liked him because he was so approachable “Even though I was always drawing, making things, and I’ve always been and personable.” In fact, he gives his painting, and sculpting, I never imagcreative, and Lon provided me that former teacher credit for his current ined that I would pursue the arts as a opportunity,” he says. “He allowed me profession. “After I got out of school, I profession,” says Ann Moore ’88, “but in the studio as if I was one of his full- farmed in Mississippi for seven years, meeting Lon literally changed the time art students.” but then I went back to college and course of my life. He was the magi, When Anthony began work on became a mechanical engineer. and I became the wizard’s apprentice.” the Campus Life sculpture, Watkins Because engineering and art and As a freshman, Moore began became one of his student appren- sculpture are highly related, I felt that majoring in biology and took a sculptices. “I grew up on a farm and knew was Lon’s influence.” ture class at Rhodes. “When I poured how to weld and do metalwork, so I Campus Life was dedicated in 1977. bronze with Lon in the small foundry ended up kind of the number-two Ten years later, another campus we had on campus,” she says, “I was
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I always liked making things, and I’ve always been creative, and Lon provided me that opportunity. — Jim Watkins ’77
captivated by the process — it was a college. “I had doubts that I could magical transformation that I simply tackle such a big project,” she says, had to master.” “but Lon reassured me by saying he One of Moore’s classes required didn’t know how it could be done her to make a series of related either, since he had never made a objects. She created three small cats large bronze like it, but we would playing with each other, and “those figure it out together.” cats paved the way to Lon asking me The project took two years, and to create the monumental bronze Anthony handed Moore the keys to Lynx sculpture for Rhodes.” the studio so she could work on it at Anthony says the college originally night and weekends. The unveiling asked him to create the sculpture, of the finished piece on October 10, “but I told them I have a student who 1987, revealed what Moore and others can do this a hundred times better have also said about another of than I can. I worked with her some- Anthony’s traits: his quirky sense of what, but not much. She did that on humor. Instead of just pulling a sheet her own, and it’s hers, straight up.” off the giant cat, Moore decided she Moore doesn’t quite agree with wanted to wear a lion-tamer’s outfit. that, saying that her teacher walked “Lon was such a good sport about her through the entire design my crazy idea, and he found the process and gave her much-needed costume somewhere, along with confidence. After all, this figure the boots, whip, and chair,” she says. would be the symbol for the whole “He looked so proud of my accom-
Ann Moore sculpted the bronze Lynx cat that guards the Rhodes campus today. At left: Moore, Anthony, and President James Daughdrill just before the sculpture was unveiled.
plishment as he drove the statue onto the field in the back of a pickup truck, with me in my red coat and top hat, and the Rhodes cheerleaders chanting a special cheer for the Lynx. I’ll never forget that surreal day, or his ear-to-ear grin that I’m sure matched mine.” The bronze Lynx stands close to Clough Hall, the modern, spacious complex of classrooms, studios, and gallery space that opened in 1970, finally replacing the decrepit (though fondly remembered) Art Shack. Athletic fields cover the former location of those old barracks today. After college, Moore worked for years as foreman at the Lugar Foundry in Eads. “A true mentor,” she says, “Lon opened doors for me and showed me possibilities for my life’s work that I didn’t even know existed.”
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A Life in Art Anthony worked on his own projects while helping students and friends complete theirs. One of his best-known public pieces here is the Dramatis Personae grouping that adorns the grounds of Theatre Memphis (far right). Nine massive abstract figures, some more than eight feet tall and formed from half-inch steel plates, represent wellknown actors and characters from drama: Sarah Bernhardt, Cyrano de Bergerac, Punchinello, and others. “This was envisioned and originally installed as an interactive piece,” says Anthony. “It was like the figures were relating to each other in some way, either talking or confronting each other.” The work, which took two years to complete, was unveiled in 1983. About a year later, when Theatre Memphis expanded, the figures were separated, and they now pose individually on the front lawn, visible to anyone who drives by the complex on South Perkins. Anthony remembers the project was, almost literally, a back-breaking task. “This was very heavy stuff, and I had to cut it all out,” he says. “Nowadays you can draw a picture, take that to a fabricator, and they’ll cut it for you. We didn’t have that back then, so I used an acetylene torch, which was messy and sloppy. But it worked.” He created many other pieces, either as public commissions or on his own, using an astonishing variety of materials. Dramatis Personae was high-grade Corten steel plate, but other works were cut, forged, welded, cast, and carved from copper, bronze, clay, concrete, alabaster, figwood, mahogany, cedar, ceramics, plywood, polyester resin, and fiberglass. Some of his mixed-media creations incorporated different kinds of paint, embellished with odd materials such as Elmer’s Glue. Anthony stepped down as chairman of the art department in 1991, but he continued to teach at Rhodes parttime until he retired in 1996 and left Memphis. His works are displayed in private and public collections around the world, including the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, the University of South Carolina, Vanderbilt University, the Delgado Museum of Art in New Orleans, the Virginia Art Museum in Richmond, the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York City, the Terre des Hommes Pavilion in Montreal, and the U.S. Embassy in Bern, Switzerland. “Underpinning all his work,” writes Marina Pacini in the essay that introduced Anthony’s 1996 retrospective
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Throughout his long career, Anthony used a wide range of materials to create his world, including cast bronze (left), mixed media (above), and pastels (right). At far right is a massive, welded-steel figure that forms part of the Dramatis Personae grouping that stands outside Theatre Memphis.
at Rhodes, “is a strong narrative component. That Anthony is a consummate verbal storyteller comes as no surprise. Many of his sculptures seem to have stepped right out of one of his tales.” David McCarthy echoes that impression, saying, “Lon was very much in that Southern tradition of spinning a yarn, often about growing up and how he came into a life of art.” At age 85, living with his wife, Anne, in a spacious beachfront house on Summerland Key in Florida, Anthony is still a storyteller today. He can regale callers and visitors with tales about his long and fascinating
life, and the people he’s met along the way. Although he doesn’t travel as much as he used to, and hasn’t made a return visit to Memphis in almost 20 years, he stays connected. “Thanks to the internet, I keep in touch with the world, and am always learning new things,” he says. “And with Facebook, I know that a lot of my students have done wonderful things.” Indeed they have. “What Lon Anthony did for this institution was to find a way to make sure art would thrive on this campus,” says McCarthy. “He recognized his students’ creativity and talent and then provided them with the means for letting that grow.”
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Constitution Day Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer Visits Campus.
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By Caroline O’Connor ’20 Standing at the podium in McNeill Concert Hall, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer contemplated the increasingly global issues that fill his des in Washington. When he began his time on the court nearly 25 years ago, he said, justices simply did not need to reference foreign bodies when writing their opinions. He would have been hardpressed then to even name a case that required no ledge of international law.
President Marjorie Hass and Associate Provost Timothy Huebner welcome Justice Breyer to campus.
“I have no problem today,” Breyer said. “It’s really risen to 20-30 percent, sometimes more, where you have to know what’s going on beyond our shores in order to solve problems, statutes, and constitutional interpretations.” The world has grown smaller, and he encouraged listeners to embrace potential new connections. B reyer visited Rhodes on October 3 to deliver the school’s annual Constitution Day lecture. He began his lecture by welcoming the crowd of more than 500 and noted that the event had brought the city together. Rhodes students, faculty, and staff were joined by members of the Memphis community, including U.S. Congressman Steve Cohen and federal and state judges. Appointed by President Bill Clinton in 1994, Breyer described growing globalization over the past two-and-a-half decades. His most recent book, The Court and the World: American Law and the New Global Realities, focuses on international issues affecting the Supreme Court, and he has traveled the country to encourage citizens to embrace the globalized world as an opportunity to learn from foreign governments. He listed a handful of cases he has decided that dealt with international law and foreign bodies, including a 2013 copyright case where a college student from Thailand sold hundreds of textbooks that he had shipped for a
reduced price at home. When the case reached the Supreme Court, the justices’ desks ended up filled with briefs from governments and organizations from around the world, with their decision having the potential to affect $2.3 trillion in commerce. International bodies and laws simply cannot be ignored, and he encouraged the crowd to participate and to see beyond boundaries. “The more you think, it isn’t good versus evil, it isn’t globalization versus localism or tribalism; it is that we are in a world where there is both,” Breyer said. The world is full of successful democracies, and Breyer argued that the U.S. could benefit from observing what these governments are doing well. Sara Weeks ’20 said that Breyer’s focus on international issues in the Supreme Cour t applied directly to the coursework in her bridge major. “In my political science classes, I have learned more about how our government functions, and in my international studies classes, I learn about how foreign governments operate and interact with each other,” she said. “Justice Breyer speaking on how the judicial branch interacts with foreign judiciaries was a pleasant surprise for me as it was very pertinent to my field of study.” Listeners got to hear about the day-to-day life of a Supreme Court justice, and learned that some perceptions are not necessarily reality. Justices focus on creating uniformity in the courts and, despite a polarized political climate, half of all Supreme Court cases are decided unanimously. He also described a life of studious reading and writing — not so different from a college student. “I read, and I do homework. And if you
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do your homework well, you will get explained. The other Supreme Court a job where you can do homework justice to visit was Antonin Scalia in the whole rest of your life,” Breyer 2015. Both events gave students and said, which inspired laughs from the the greater Memphis community audience. the opportunity to learn about the Students like Kristen Morris ’20 issues affecting the nation’s highest appreciated this behind-the-scenes court, and the justices gave differing look at a Supreme Court justice’s opinions on how they interpret the life, because it set a model for her Constitution. future career path. “He spends a lot Students taking Huebner’s class of time reading through cases and on the history of the Constitution, deciding which he believes would be as well as Professor Ali Masood’s good to bring to the Supreme Court,” she said. “Hearing that he is basically always on the job but doing what he loves is inspiring, and that’s what I aspire my life to be like.” Professor Timothy Huebner, the Irma O. Sternberg Professor of History and Associate Provost, organized the event. A noted Constitutional scholar, he provided the opening remarks of the event and emphasized that the Constitution is the only docSupreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, during his Constitution Day lecture at Rhodes ument that all Americans hold College on October 3. in common. Constitution Day is technically September 17, in order to honor the exact day the class on judicial politics, were able document was signed, so Breyer’s to meet Breyer before his lecture. lecture was an honorary celebration. The group of 26 students discussed Free copies of the Constitution were their coursework with him, and their also offered to everyone in attenstudies particularly prepared them, dance. as they had context for the court’s “Any commemoration, even a evolution. late one, should be cause for both “When we were reading opincelebration and reflection,” Huebner ions from Chief Justice Marshall said. “Make no mistake: The Constiand Chief Justice Taney, how are tution of the United States is worth they using the same way of thinkcelebrating.” ing that Breyer is articulating 200 Professor Huebner pointed years later? From the early 1800s, out the significance of hosting a we can see the threads, we can see Supreme Court justice on campus. the connections and how we got to “There are very few, if any, liberal here,” Huebner said, describing his arts colleges that have hosted two own class that focused on ConstituSupreme Court justices in the past tional history until the year 1865. four years like Rhodes has,” he Following the lecture, Presi-
dent Marjorie Hass hosted a dinner for Breyer, and they were joined by members of the Memphis community, including Rhodes faculty and local politicians and judges. Four students also attended, and after the main course Hass invited them to share which Supreme Court case was the most meaningful to them. Sarah Eiland ’20 is currently enrolled in Huebner’s Constitutional History class, and she chose the case Obergerfell v. Hodges, the landmark 2015 decision that legalized same-sex marriage. Justice Breyer decided on the case, ruling with the majority in the 5-4 decision. “I got to stand up and look in his eyes and thank him for his ruling in this case that has changed my life and has changed so many people close to me and all their lives. And talk about how that was the first time that our generation saw the impact that the Supreme Court can have on individual lives,” Eiland said. Breyer’s visit also came just days before the Court began proceedings on their newest round of cases, so these students were given the unique opportunity to meet with Breyer just before he returned to Washington to decide on potentially landmark new cases. Eiland added, “Who gets to thank a Supreme Court justice for their opinion on a case that changed people’s lives? So that was one of the coolest things I’ve been able to do, and one of the most meaningful and most inspiring.” Breyer’s 90-minute lecture was followed by a Q & A with Huebner. Students, staff, and faculty submitted questions, and Breyer discussed the work that goes into his briefs
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Quietly Flows the Don, carved from mahogany, by Anthony, is now in the collection of Memphis Brooks Museum of Art.
Hearing that he is basically always on the job but doing what he loves is inspiring, and that’s what I aspire my life to be like.
and opinions and the importance of the country’s founding document. working together in an age of polar- “Our institutional mission has to do ization. with engaging the public and serving Morris noted that Breyer’s dis- the public good,” Huebner said, so the cussion offered her an opportunity college made the event as accessible to learn how her studies applied to as possible, even live-streaming the real-world situations, particularly lecture online. studies that she has not been able to When asked about the value dedicate as much time to. “I haven’t of a liberal arts education, Breyer had much outside-the-classroom reflected on the skills a school like learning experiences relating to my Rhodes offers. “Try learning a foreign political science minor,” she said. “It language; try reading a few novels,” was a welcome shift to hear about he said. “Why? One reason is because politics, federal government, and you only have one life. We know laws from a first-person perspective pretty well our own life. We know it instead of strictly learning about pol- pretty thoroughly. And we know our itics in a classroom setting.” families, we have a few friends, and Students in any discipline benefit we know something about them. from learning about the Constitution, But there are billions of people in and Breyer’s lecture gave everyone the world, and the best way to find in attendance a chance to learn from out about lives that aren’t yours is by
learning French, or learning Spanish, or learning Chinese, and you’ll see a different culture and you will be different and you’ll learn something about other people. And the same is true of literature. It’s the best way, I think, into the minds of others, and that means it’s the best way to produce that kind of understanding.” Breyer gave the crowd at Rhodes a sweeping history of the Supreme Court, as well as a glimpse into how modern justices learn from governments beyond the United States. His lecture highlighted how the Constitution applies to every American, and the Supreme Court justice encouraged attendees to follow its principles by engaging with different perspectives and participating in public life.
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Rhodes Homecoming 2019
The Class of 2014 celebrated their 5th Reunion with a tailgate party during the football game.
Daniel Frankel â&#x20AC;&#x2122;09 performed the National Anthem before the football game.
The Class of 1994 celebrated their 25th Reunion.
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Pete McLain ’84, P’20 catching up with classmates during the Homecoming Picnic.
Members of the Class of 1969 celebrated their 50th Reunion.
Michel Thompson ’00 and Jerome Franklin ’89, P’18, P22 cheered on the Lynx with their families.
Renewing old friendships at the All Alumni Reception were Reeta Bandyopadhyay ’18, Aylen Mercado ’19, Iris Mercado ’15, and Dylan Sandifer ’12.
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Chidimma Emelue ’12 and Becky Leslie ’07 greeted one another at the Black Alumni Chapter Brunch.
Students and alumni gathered in the Middle Ground during Homecoming/Reunion Weekend to dedicate the eight banners installed to honor the National Pan-Hellenic Council organizations chartered at Rhodes.
Andrew Jeter ’94, Dee Schwartzman Raeside ’85, Mike Palazzolo ’86, and Anne Gaudet Beard ’84 enjoyed the All Alumni Reception.
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Members of the Class of 1959 celebrated their 60th Reunion.
Members of the Alumni Association Executive Board took a photo break during their Fall â&#x20AC;&#x2122;19 meeting.
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Catherine Boone and Harrison Hadaway were married
number just since the fall reunion: Bob Booth, Sam Cole, Chuck Blake, and Joy Magdovitz Bearman. We feel their loss.
in April 2019 at the childhood home of the bride in Tuscaloosa, AL. Caroline Boone Rockefeller ’10, Will Rockefeller ’10, Kelsi Garson ’15, and Katelyn Dagen ’15 were in the wedding party. The couple lives in Vicksburg, MS, where Catherine is president and publisher of Vicksburg Newsmedia LLC and a director of Boone Newspapers, Inc. CLASS of 2014
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Kennneth Holditch’s long career and his life in his beloved city of New Orleans were recently profiled in the French Quarter Journal. The article is filled with anecdotes of his time as a professor and his work as a Tennessee Williams scholar, the many friends and personalities he knew over the years, and examples of his extensive memorabilia and art collections. You can read the article at frenchquarterjournal.com/archives/ living-in-a-tennessee-williams-play
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In July, Jane Crutcher Williamson had overnight visitors at her farm: Robert (Fessor) McClelland and his wife, Borgne. “We had great fun catching up on all the news of Rhodes buddies,” she reports.
Your class reporter added a new title when she invested in a friend’s film and was named an executive producer. She accompanied the friend, who wrote, produced, and directed the film, to the Cannes Film Festival in the spring, where it was shown, then she spent 10 days in Paris. Her first visit to Paris was in 1958, when she and Connie White Stettbacher toured Europe for four months. 1958 REPORTER
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We have heard from several classmates, including Mary Ada Latta a nd Buddy Whiteaker, who have moved from Pine Bluff to Maumelle, AR. Buddy writes that they would welcome visits from classmates. Mary Ada gave Buddy a surprise 84th birthday party. She is doing well after double surgery on her lower back, and they’re hoping to “hit the road in the fall” to visit friends and family. More than one classmate wrote about the sad loss of several of our
Martha Sigler Guthrie s ent a fascinating email from Prague, Czech Republic. She is on a tour, and it seems that her luggage traveled behind her and hadn’t reached her yet. She writes, “At least everyone will know me as the lady in beige. … Tomorrow we leave this beautiful city and travel through Slovakia for a few days and board a river cruise at Budapest. From there our ship travels north on the Danube to Vienna and on up the Rhine to many famous as well as infamous cities in Germany. Ending in Cologne, I will return home to New Orleans in early August. I’m traveling alone, but I find making new friends along the way easy and fun. Besides, I’m trying to get as much in as I can while I’m still on the right side of the green grass!” Tom Reed in, Richmond, KY, writes to recommend “two excellent books on the interface of justice and politics:” Dan Plesch’s Human Rights After Hitler: The Lost History of Prosecuting Axis War Crimes and K.J. Heller’s Nuremberg Military Tribunals and t he Origins of International Criminal Law. Writes Tom, “I am scheduled to present a paper at the November meeting of the American Society of Criminology titled, ‘Polarizing Voter Suppression: How President Trump’s Stereotypes Facilitate Democracide.’” It is not surprising that Jane Barr Stump is stays busy in her community in Tucson, AZ. She writes, “I am privileged to be involved in two innovative projects so I am ‘frightfully busy’ as our British friends would put it, but very happy and privileged to be involved. I am director of the
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Vista Song of Joy Chorus, which is a group of memory-impaired and their caregivers. The reason for the chorus is multiple. Folks with dementia experience social isolation, shunning, rejection, and loss of their place in the community. Likewise, the caregivers are exhausted, fearful, and socially isolated. Our chorus addresses these issues. We meet once a week for eight weeks, socialize for an hour or so, and practice familiar songs for an hour. At the end of that time period, we have a wonderful concert, showing what the memory-impaired can do. They will receive roses and be escorted to the reception area, where these stars will greet their admirers! Secondly, I am director of the Oro Valley Town Elder Health Center. We are an innovative creative group dealing with health issues using film, small groups, and health fairs, such as our longevity fair, which is in the planning stages now. This is sponsored by the Oro Valley Town Council.” Lewis Murray and wife Giorgina are once again splitting their year between Italy and Chevy Chase, MD, and at the moment are trying to beat the European heat at a mountain house they have in the Dolomites in northern Italy, not far from the Austrian border. They cherish time with their daughter, Alexia, who lives with her family in Rome. They are involved in film and TV, with even a grandson acting on TV. Lewis keeps up with old friends via internet, Skype, and other means. Happy to read all our news in the spring issue of this magazine, J ohn Quinn, Washington, D.C., writes about some of his activities, including reading a book he recommends, Tony Horwitz’s S pying on the South. The author retraced the
a defenseman for HC Ukrainochka in Kyiv, Ukraine, won the National Women’s Ice Hockey Championship of Ukraine 2019 in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Kelly is the first American woman to play in the Ukrainian Women’s Ice Hockey League and has been ranked in the list of top five players for the past three years.
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1850s journey of Frederick Olmsted in light of the 2016 presidential election. John also wrote that on a business trip in June to Philadelphia he attended a worship service at the Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church (also officially the Third Scots and Mariners Presbyterian Church). “I heard a first-rate sermon by Pastor Jason Ferris entitled, ‘Belonging.’ It has prompted my acute awareness of our common need to feel that we actually belong in the community or setting in which we find ourselves and of our need to welcome the stranger or ‘different’ so that they too can feel that they belong to the same community of which all of us are a part. That sermon also ‘connects’ with Tom Reed’s report of his upcoming book and his insights about longevity (in the last issue of Rhodes Magazine).” Nancy Carter Burnidge in Illinois writes that she’s doing okay and had just gotten back from a trip to Yosemite with her daughter and family. They saw parts of California, visited friends, and had a tour of Google. Writes Nancy, “I loved seeing our class picture from the October reunion. Thank you for making
sure we all saw that! I really wish I could have been there with all you wonderful people. I love reading everyone’s news.” 1960
60th Reunion Homecoming/Reunion Weekend NOVEMBER 6-8, 2020
Mary Crouch Rawson
Mary Sue Curtis writes, “Loving my part-time job as member greeter at the Brentwood Family YMCA! I have made so many new friends from other cultures whose paths I would not have crossed otherwise! Loving people and being exceptionally good at remembering names has made this a perfect fit for me. With a daughter, two granddaughters, and two great-granddaughters in Dallas and a third one on the way, I try to go there for a long weekend every two or three months. The great Mexican food and margaritas are just icing on the cake! Life is good!”
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FALL2019 Gary Don Wright writes, “Still living in France, though mostly down south these days in Provence. My main professional career was working for UNESCO. This took me to Romania, but principally I worked at our headquarters in Paris with colleagues from all over the world with whom I often communicated in different languages. I taught and traveled with the U.S. Navy in the early days. Retired life here is ‘douce.’ Our house in Provence is nestled among pine trees and rolling hills. I enjoy walks for coffee in our reasonably quiet village of Flayosc. I have contact with Sigma Nu brothers from time to time. Had to miss a reunion they had recently in Nashville due to a conflict. My wife Micheline (part English and part French) has a sister in Panama, and we exchange visits with her. My health is ok, though I had a bout with heart problems a few years ago. Micheline and I still have a house in the southern suburbs of Paris and enjoy some time in the ‘City of Light.’ Enjoy the multilingual social life here. Since my navy days I have gone by Gary, my first name.” Lynda Lipscomb Wexler writes, “We are STILL adjusting to Lew’s retirement! He finally sold the family business! We walk at Lifestyle weekly, enjoy sitting on our screened porch, watching birds and ducks, and are active in our Methodist church. I love playing mah jongg twice a week, hoping to keep my mind sharp! We play bridge with another couple, which is fun. As an animal lover, being on the Washington County/Johnson City Animal Shelter Foundation means a lot to me. Too old to be on some boards on which we used to participate! Blessings to all the remaining classmates! So sad to lose a number of our class the last years. Great memories! Expecting my fifth great-grandchild in February. Can you believe they ALL live in Spokane,
WA — across the country from East TN? Hope this finds you all well!”
needs, to their joys, and to their challenges.”
Frank Morris writes, “After graduating from Southwestern, I got a further degree from Vanderbilt and then joined Proctor and Gamble for a long career that took me to Cincinnati, Kansas City, Africa, and, finally, back to Cincinnati. I now live there in retirement with my wife. We have three daughters and eight grandkids. Southwestern was a great experience, and I treasure the time I spent there and the friends I made. My phone is 513-793-8387. Best wishes to all Lynx cats!”
As we sent in these notes, we were looking forward to gathering for our 55th Reunion during Homecoming and to sharing with one another those simple gifts of listening to one another, sharing the joys and challenges that we have experienced over the years. For now, settle back and enjoy the news our classmates have to share.
Morris Reagan spent his fourth summer vacation with Jesse Christeson, world-class cellist of Hub New Music. This was their second summer in Santa Fe, where they enjoyed the Santa Fe opera and several chamber concerts. 1962 REPORTER email@example.com Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg was honored with the 2019 Luminary Award as one of 10 notable women who have had an impact on Memphis. The award was given in recognition of her decades-long commitment to human rights issues, which began in earnest with her involvement in the civil rights movement in the 1960s. 1964 REPORTER
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These words of wisdom from Mister Rogers: “The gifts we treasure most over the years are often small and simple. In easy times and in tough times, what seems to matter most is the way we show those nearest us that we’ve been listening to their
Tom Lappage wrote that in December he and Thuy went on a Mekong River cruise. It was the first time Tom had been back in Vietnam since he and Thuy married in 1970. He said, “It was a wonderful trip in Vietnam and Cambodia. The famous temples in Cambodia lived up to the hype. We really enjoyed the towns and villages along the Mekong, and after the temples in Cambodia, we visited Hanoi and world-famous Ha Long Bay. The only bad thing was the extremely long flights.” In August, Tom and Thuy will join good friends in their time shares in Daytona Beach and Clearwater, FL, and then in September they will fly to Quebec and board a cruise ship for a journey out the St. Lawrence River, through the Canadian Maritime Provinces, Maine, Boston, and NYC. They look forward to November and our class reunion! Pat Dickson Jones took time to write and let us know that her husband Guilford Jones ’65 passed away July 10, 2019. Gil had Parkinson’s for 15 years, but maintained a positive attitude and love of life till the end. Our deepest sympathy is extended to Pat and her family. From Sharon Hankins, we hear, “Ed and I are having a typical busy summer. We spent a week at Greers Ferry
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Lake with all kids and grands. Fun time teaching the middles how to ski and then tubing for all, young and old alike! We celebrated our 50th anniversary with the kids (a bit early). Now we are heading to our annual salmon fishing trip to the Kenai River in Alaska! We are excited to get out of these ‘summer in Arkansas’ temperatures. Should enjoy highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s! Sounds good, doesn’t it?” Linda Jackson Walter shared, “Happy to see that Homecoming is in November. We can make it! October was difficult with our work. We have set the end of 2020 as our retirement time. Don’t really know why. Just seems time, though we are still in pretty good shape, just weary of all of the new details required in our business. Anyway, we are doing it! We are still splitting our time between Munich and Richmond, where my daughter and her husband are, and we are often in Tennessee, since my son, William, lives there. We have just finished our 2019 England trip and have two more in September 2019. The “work” is a joy for us both. Come see us in Munich or Richmond. My email is email@example.com.” Jim and Ervin ’65 Bullock returned from a three-week trip to Barcelona, Spain; Ostuni, Italy; and Lisbon, Portugal, during which they learned a lot about those areas. Jim reports that so far this year they have had no weather disasters on North Beach and are looking forward to sand replenishment beginning May 2020. The Army Corps of Engineers will replenish sand on their beach for the next 50 years. Jim is also grateful to get “Ready to Work” offices open in St. Augustine this July. This group helps felons who have served their
time become employed and get back into society. Jim mentors an 18-year-old who lives in Jacksonville who has been employed for five months through the program. He and Ervin are excited that the program will be closer to them. Jim concludes, “So, life goes on with us with many new adventures.” From Ann Clark we hear, “I got to see Sharon Lupfer Nardo when she was in town for her brother’s memorial event at Theatre Memphis, where he performed wondrously in the past. We also had lunch with Blanche Buckingham Deaderick ’65 a day later. Then on June 1, I was in Denver, and my son Clay drove me up to the Continental Divide, where there was still enough snow for skiers. I caught one in a picture taken out the car window! Lots of snow in the mountains, but the hills had none. Proud of Clay, as he was part of two of the top 40 cases for monetary judgments in the state of Colorado. Looking forward to seeing lots come in for the 55th” Mary Lou and Challace McMillin are looking forward to a lunch visit with Eleanor and Tom Geiger in Sperryville, VA, in August. Later in August, Mary Lou and Judy Moody Daniel LePera ’65 will meet Marilyn Myers for lunch in Manassas, VA. Mary Lou is also planning to attend the Women’s Connection Conference at Montreat in August, where she will make time/space to visit with Peggy Early Williamson ’68 and perhaps catch a glimpse of Howard and Trish White Edington, since they are Peggy’s next-door neighbors. Mary Lou will return to the North Carolina mountains in late August/early September to visit with Bummie Crowell Nurkin ’66 in the Highlands before seeing her cousin in Lake Toxaway. In October, Mary Lou and Challace will catch
up with Mary Lou (Carwile) and Jim Finley ’62 in Nashville, before the Finleys take off for Santiago and a tour of Patagonia and the “bottom of South America” before ending in Buenos Aires on Nov. 20. Sounds like an awesome trip, but it conflicts with the reunion! We will miss them! 1965
55th Reunion Homecoming/Reunion Weekend NOVEMBER 6-8, 2020
Mary McQueen Porter
Summer is the traditional time for going on vacation. For some of us who are more or less retired, summer is still a good time to travel, whether we call it “vacation” or not. During June I took respite from several topsy-turvy months with home renovation in Birmingham to take a couple of road trips — first south to visit my son, Thomas Hagood, in Tallahassee, FL, and then north to visit friends and family in North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, and Georgia. The latter included visits to former Southwestern roommates Judy Moody Daniel LePera (and husband Terry) in Harrisonburg, VA, and Marguerite Ward Autry in Silver Spring, MD. Besides having each join me in turn as “tourist,” I relished just hanging out with these dear old friends and building new bonds as we navigate the challenging and sometimes joyful waters of aging, helping others along the way as we can. A bonus of my time with Judy was renewing acquaintance with Mary Lou Quinn McMillan ’64, also a longtime Harrisonburg resident. My return trip
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home took me to Deltaville, VA, at the Chesapeake Bay, where I visited cousins, then to Franklin, VA, where I explored a little of my Murfee family ancestry, and finally back through Asheville, NC, and a visit with former ministry partner Lynn Bledsoe, and then Decatur, GA, for a couple of nights with daughter Susan Hagood. It was a lovely trip, and I was really glad to get back home to enjoy my new kitchen and bathroom, as well as local family: daughter Mary Scott Hagood Pearson, her husband Blake, and three active grandchildren. Suzanne Burns took leave of her Brentwood, TN, home in June for cruising the Mediterranean with two friends. She writes, “We spent three days in Rome and then caught the ship and cruised to Barcelona with stops along the way. We got to go
to Monaco and Monte Carlo, and that was exciting. We wanted the ‘sidewalk café’ experience in Monte Carlo, so we paid 20 euros for a banana split! It was good, and we really enjoyed the handsome waiter that brought it. Took his picture under the guise of wanting a picture of the sundae. LOL!”
for women, African Americans, and workers interweave now as then. Splendid writing … thorough research. For those who hunger for justice for all, this is a very important read.” 1966 REPORTER
Sammy Ann Primm Marshall
firstname.lastname@example.org Charie Reid was transported away from home metaphorically by way of the written word: notably, Jacqueline Dowd Hall’s recently published book, Sisters and Rebels: A Struggle for the Soul of America. In her Amazon review of the book, Charie comments: “Powerful and inspiring, this narrative history of the three Lumpkin sisters from the South filled in the gaps of my understanding of American history of the first half of the 20th century. Equal rights
Ray and Kathy Bye have had a year of travel and adventures. Ray writes, “Kathy and I have had a wonderful year. We spent the month of February in South Africa with three other couples. We flew into Johannesburg and soon thereafter we drove across South Africa to Kruger National Park for a four-day safari. Incredible experience! Lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, etc., and all ‘up-
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close-and-personal.’ We returned to Johannesburg and flew to Cape Town for a weeklong stay in a villa overlooking a lush vineyard. We enjoyed day trips each day and some of the best wine imaginable. We returned to the heat and humidity of Tallahassee and quickly retreated to our cottage on the Chesapeake Bay to enjoy some cooler spring breezes. In June, Ray flew to Omaha for the College World Series, spending a week cheering for his Seminoles, who did not win it all. We head for a Mediterranean cruise during much of July, spending several days in Milan and Lake Como, then several more in Athens before boarding a ship for two weeks seeing Greece, Turkey, Israel, numerous islands, and ending in Rome. This has been an unusually busy year: two international trips a year is not typical for us. We look forward to the remainder of our summer on the Chesapeake Bay, but home in the fall for some cooler weather, Seminole football, and hopefully no hurricanes!” Susan and Tommy Cheairs celebrated their anniversary by taking a cruise to Cuba this spring, and also took a family trip in July to Nova Scotia, where they hiked, canoed, and watched their grandchildren surf. Joyce Wilding continues to work enthusiastically for United Religions Initiative in Nashville. She writes about some of the goals of the organization: “Interfaith Cooperation Circles (CCs) are the heart of URI. Independently organized, selfgoverning, and self-funding, they build cooperation among people of all faiths and traditions to address the most pressing issues facing their
collective communities, including poverty, religiously motivated violence, environmental degradation and more. You can find more information about the goals of the organization at urincc.com. Isabelle Van Merlin has had two hip replacements and is feeling much better. She manages to stay very busy and has not let the surgeries slow her down. She is working at the National Visa Center in Portsmouth, NH. She recently changed positions and is working on Special Immigrant Visas for political refugees, a new department for her. Her main extracurricular activities are writing, reading, and editing poetry. She has compiled and edited five anthologies for Merrimac Mic, the open mic for the spoken word that she started six years ago. She was one of 10 poets reading at “Americans Who Tell the Truth Project” in July in Ipswich, MA. She says, “It’s exciting and an honor for me!” Kay Willis Allen sends a little news. “Bill and I send regards to our Rhodes friends. We first met at the freshman mixer, where Bill pretended to choose my shoe (although we knew each other slightly from high school). So we dated all during Rhodes, and we will have our 52-year wedding anniversary July 15!” Congratulations to Kay and Bill! Ginny Taylor Drash Gannaway has had a busy and eventful year so far. She writes that 2019 is the travel year for George and her. “In March, we took the trip of a lifetime and traveled to Egypt for two weeks with a group from Georgia Tech and Purdue alumni. We started in Cairo and rode camels with the three large pyramids for a backdrop. My grandmother did the same thing in the 1960s. We flew to Lake
Nasser, created by the Aswan Dam, and cruised for three days and toured Abu Simbel Temples built by Ramesses the Great, which was awesome. Then we cruised the Nile River for four days. In Luxor, we took a hot air balloon ride over the Valley of the Kings. We just returned from my nephew’s wedding in Gladstone, NJ. In September, we are taking a two-week trip to Paris, Normandy, and WWI sights in the chateaux country. In October, we will spend a week with two Georgia Tech couples at St. George’s Island, FL.” Bill Cobb has also written some good news. “Karen and I just returned from a two-week trip to Zambia to learn more about Northrise University in Indola, Zambia. It is a private Christian-centered university focused on changing Zambia one student at a time. They were quite impressed that I, too, went to a Christian university, which made me very proud and brought back many fond memories. I’ve had the opportunity to go to Honduras with a medical mission team from our church for the past three years, where they put me in charge of fitting people with reading glasses. I had John 3:16 printed in different size fonts ranging from very, very large down to very small. We had glasses with power from 0 to x4 and I got more than 600 people to where they could read their Bible.” 1967 REPORTER
firstname.lastname@example.org David Blankenship continues to recover from a heart attack last October. He is in much better condition now. David sold his law practice and office building to his stepson and is now retired.
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FALL2019 shared our stories of the past year. Although we had undergone many of the health and other crises of our generation, we also reported positive accomplishments: starting a blog, completing a commissioned painting, working less to travel more, major redecorating, downsizing to a new home near the grandchildren, purchasing an investment property, and treating a grandchild to a trip to Iceland. Many others had taken interesting trips, and two of our group are still trying to stop working!”
CLASS of 2014
Maitland Frilot and Alexander DeGenova were married
June 15, 2019. Attending their wedding were Joe Semmes ’13, Rob Semmes ’14, Marshall Jones ’15, Andrew Collins ’13, Smith Stickney ’14, Julia Robbins ’15, Hillary Connell ’14, and Taylor Jackson ’14.
Eleanor Howe responded that she has no news of interest but sends good wishes to all classmates. The Buckners — Jeanne, Hope and Bob — survived the winter in south Alabama and then transitioned to Maine in the hopes of having cooler temps through the summer. 1968 REPORTERS
Drue Thom White
From your reporter: “Despite unsettling reports about Tropical Storm Barry, Noni Harvin Buchanan, Peggy Crull, Laura Crawford Kinkle, Janelle Hood Haseman, Susan Lucas, Priscilla Hinkle Ennis, and Drue Thom White convened in Bay
St. Louis, MS, in July for their sixth yearly reunion. Noni, our hostess, scheduled interesting Gulf Coast adventures including a visit to the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art in Biloxi and to shops in Ocean Springs. We visited Noni’s beautiful house in Diamondhead and saw the garden she carefully tends. On all our drives we saw the ravages of and rebuilding from Hurricane Katrina, since the Bay St. Louis area was at the center. We braved various degrees of rain to eat at charming Gulf Coast restaurants like Mary Mahoney’s Old French House. Noni and her husband, Bill, ‘ferried’ us in a storm to New Orleans for the famous Jazz Brunch at Commander’s Palace, where we were entertained by musicians and joined a ‘second line’ on our way out. Between the many meals out, we still completed two jigsaw puzzles. As always, we
From Carol Strickland: “I had a good year for reprints of three books. The Annotated Mona Lisa (introduction to art history) came out in a third updated edition and my history of architecture, The Annotated Arch, was reprinted after selling out its first printing. My historical novel, The Eagle and the Swan, came out as a print paperback, after being initially published as an enhanced e-Book for the iPad.” Suzanne Donaldson reports that they were about to leave on an Alaskan cruise. On August 1, 2019, Lindley Darden retired from teaching after 45 years at the University of Maryland, College Park. She will become a research professor of philosophy and continue her current research on the discovery of disease mechanisms, collaborating with computational biologists at the University of Maryland’s Institute for Bioscience and Biotechnology Research at the Shady Grove campus. She is preparing her professional papers, which deal with her teaching and research in history and philosophy of biology, especially genetics and evolution. They will be deposited at the University of Pittsburgh Library’s Archives for Scientific Philosophy,
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where archivists are collecting materials from those who helped to establish the new field of philosophy of biology in the 1970s and 80s. Because of a broken ankle, she was sorry to miss a planned trip to the meeting of the International Society for History, Philosophy, and Social Studies of Biology in Oslo, Norway, in July 2019. From Stephen Cole: “Recently, in less than an hour’s time, I was saddened to learn of the deaths of Lee Secrest, my freshman college roommate, and Ben Green, my sophomore college roommate, both of whom had had several health issues for many years. Although neither Lee nor Ben graduated with our class of 1968, both were wellknown and well-liked during their time at Rhodes. Lee, a personal friend of Elvis Presley, attended many of Elvis’ all-night parties at the Memphian Theater. Unfortunately for his grades, Lee spent more time with Elvis than he spent studying for his classes at Rhodes. Traveling from Nashville to Memphis for his junior year at Rhodes, Ben stopped alongside the interstate to change his tire. A piece of tire thrown from a passing semi hit and crushed Ben’s arm; consequently, he had to be rushed into surgery. As a result, he chose to transfer colleges and thus did not attend Rhodes his junior and senior years. Both Lee and Ben will be sorely missed by many of their friends from their years at Rhodes.” 1969 REPORTER
email@example.com Margaret (Peggy) CogswellKolb’s artwork was featured in an installation at East Stroudsburg
University, entitled “River Fugues/ Moving Waters.” The exhibit is the latest in a series of installations begun by Peggy in 2003. It continues the exploration of the interdependent, interactive relationship between humans and water by using the musical structure of a fugue to weave together sculpture, video, sound, and drawings. James (Jim) C. Murphy reports that he is retired and is enjoying time with his five children and two grandchildren. In addition to teaching part-time, Elizabeth (Lib) F. Caldwell reports that she is enjoying writing and editing children’s books for Flyaway Books: Growing in God’s Love, A Story Bible (with Carol Wehrheim) and God’s Big Plan (with Theodore Hiebert). 1970
50th Reunion Homecoming/Reunion Weekend NOVEMBER 6-8, 2020
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Earle Layser, husband of the late Pattie Layser, established an annual writing opportunity in Pattie’s memory, The Pattie Layser Greater Yellowstone Creative Writing & Journalism Fellowship. The Wyoming Arts Council, with generous funding from The Pattie and Earle Layser Memorial Fund and with involvement from the Mountain Journal and the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative, is sponsoring the fellowship. The winner of the prestigious award is
tasked with demonstrating serious inquiry into issues shaping the Greater Yellowstone: America’s most iconic complex of public and private wildlands. 1975
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Vincent Astor was among a group of Memphians who traveled to New York in June for the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion, the beginning of the gay and lesbian rights movement. He says it was a wonderful and moving experience, as he had never seen so many rainbow flags or signs from retailers and companies in Times Square in his life. In July, Vincent was a guest of the Titanic Museum Attraction in Pigeon Forge, TN, for the opening of a new exhibit featuring the life jacket worn by Madeleine Force Astor when she was rescued. Her husband, John Jacob Astor (“Colonel Jack”) died in the sinking. She was pregnant with her son, also a John Jacob. Vincent is a distant cousin to all the Astors, going back to the 18th century. In his Memphis news, Vincent is involved in the placing of a historic marker on the Guild (now Evergreen) Theatre commemorating Bill Kendall ’45, who was the Guild’s flamboyant manager, and the Miss Memphis Review of 1969, the first drag show in a public place in the city. Vincent says the Guild Theatre got away with it because it was Halloween. Mary Nell Thompson Billings continues to reside in Memphis
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FALL2019 and recently hosted other golf lovers at her home in Southwind for the FedEx St. Jude World Golf Championship. Her wife, Lynn Diebold, recently retired as a director from FedEx Corporate Legal. Mary Nell is the senior director of global retirement programs for Hilton, working out of the Hilton Memphis campus. After retirement, she plans to continue to serve as the chairman of the Hilton United Kingdom Pension Plan Board for which she travels to London quarterly. She and Lynn have four children and seven grandchildren, most of whom live in Memphis. Her days at Southwestern continue to be fond memories for her, and she says she is grateful for the opportunity to have attended such a wonderful college. Bob Cain just completed 30 years practicing general internal medicine in Charleston, SC (“I’m not done yet!”). He adds that it has been immensely rewarding to become part of the fabric of the Low Country region, with so much history, natural beauty, and lovely people. Bob is married with three daughters, two granddaughters, and a dog. He enjoys bicycling and golfing and says he is grateful to Southwestern for the excellent teaching there and the exposure he had to great people. In particular, he remembers Professor Jack Farris’ Modern American Novel course as one of his favorites, enhancing his love for reading. Lon Anthony’s sculpture class taught him a lot about himself, and although Bob says he has not kept up with many people since graduation, there have been a few, and many others he remembers who stay with him. Frank Cole has been practicing internal medicine for 32 years in Fayetteville, GA. He and his wife, Deb, have a son, daughter, and two grandchildren. Frank has been
active in the local hospital, Piedmont Fayette, including as president of medical staff and board chairman. He is a member of the Piedmont Healthcare Board and founder/chair of Piedmont’s Quality subcommittee. A fellow of the American College of Physicians, he was director of research at Fayette Medical Clinic for 12 years, where he was involved in new drug development for diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and many anti-invectives. Along with Deb, he is a member of Southern Crescent Chorale. They just finished their third European concert tour, to Scandinavia, and previously toured Spain, France, Scotland, and England. Frank says that Dr. Robert Amy and Dr. Charlie Warren were both wonderful mentors at Southwestern who encouraged him to pursue medicine. He also still keeps in touch with his foursome bridge group from Southwestern — classmates Jeffrey Olson, Ralph Carl, and Chuck McGrady. They planned their fourth “beach bridge marathon” at Fernandina Beach, FL, this fall. Frank has been busy and is loving it! Peg Falls-Corbitt is in her 40th year of teaching philosophy and continues to thoroughly love it. She has been at Hendrix College in Conway, AR, the last 32 years, and before that, at Graceland College in Lamoni, IA, and at St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, IN. There were some years at Hendrix when Peg held administrative posts, including associate provost for engaged learning, but she grabbed the chance to return to the classroom full-time four years ago and was named the Virginia A. McCormick Pittman Distinguished Professor of Philosophy. Peg says she is always aware that she carries the examples of Bob Llewellyn P’99, P’02, Larry Lacy ’59, and Michael McLain into her teaching and mentoring of
students. Peg’s husband, Doug Corbitt, is also a philosopher and teaches at the Honors College at the University of Central Arkansas. They have raised two daughters, Annie and Jeannie, and from the time they were just toddlers, Peg and Doug set a family goal of hiking in every U.S. National Park. They have made 49 out of 60 so far, with return visits to several of their favorites, especially Yellowstone. Getting all of the parks in as a family has slowed now, as their daughters embark on their individual adult lives. Annie is a Ph.D. candidate in philosophy at Northwestern (Evanston, IL), and Jeannie, who brought a son-in-law, Ricky Shear, into their lives this past January, is completing her M.Div. at Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary. An added benefit of having a family connection in Austin has been visits with Southwestern classmates, now-Austinites, Jeanne Cook and William Beardall. George Davidson and Jeanne Ann Mullen ’76 married 40 years ago and are still soulmates and artists. They have one son, Sam, a skateboard artist living in Oakland, CA. George and Jeanne Ann are both retired from the University of Georgia, where Jeanne Ann worked as a photographer at the School of Veterinary Medicine and George worked as a writer/editor at the School of Marine Programs. Jeanne Ann just had her first painting show since before Sam was born and is excited to be painting again. George is a house cat, who plays a lot of saxophone and “makes tiny perfectly useless devices.” He just made a recording — drums and sax duo — and is pressing 100 copies of the recording onto LP and making hand-numbered covers. George met J.W. Brown, Jerry Lee Lewis’ cousin and first bass player, about four years ago
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while he was playing in a bar out in the country near Athens. He and George subsequently came to play together on a number of occasions. Though George and Jeanne Ann left Memphis after they graduated from Southwestern and never went back, George says that he appreciates his time in Memphis. It formed his musical tastes and put him on his path to the saxophone. He loved going to Southwestern “when it was a wide-open freak show.” Ben Mathes has broken the mold as a Presbyterian minister since leaving Southwestern. He worked with the villagers of Monkey Point, Nicaragua, to throw Iranian Revolutionary Guard troops out of Monkey Point and disrupted Iran’s plans to build a deep-water port for its navy. He invited Akbar Ismael Pour, ambassador from Iran, to defect. He smuggled polio vaccines inside a cooler with a frozen Butterball turkey into Bangladesh so that 500 children could be immunized in the Aladipuhr District. In his 35-year career as a missionary, Ben has served in 22 countries. He enjoys an active schedule of traveling abroad and in the U.S. speaking to churches, colleges, businesses, conferences, schools, and civic organizations. His articles can be found in magazines as broad as Tropical Medicine and Hygiene and Blade Magazine (a knife publication). The founder of Mission: Hope, Ben shares his adventures in the “Lessons From the Forests” audio series. He and his wife, Pui, live in Georgia and Thailand. They have two sons and four grandchildren. Ben says he was inspired at Southwestern by professors Richard Batey ’79, Tom Jolly ’52, Carl Walters ’56, and Milton Brown, and that they all prepared him for seminary to such a degree that he was able to opt out of coursework because he’d
done the work already at Rhodes. Ben says Dr. Batey was one of his most challenging professors and that his work in the Shelby County jail inspired Ben to volunteer there as well. He ended up spending twoand-a-half years as the “young chaplain” at the Shelby County jail and later, a year as chaplain at the federal penitentiary in Atlanta. Ben remembers Carl Walters as a more experiential than academic professor, who wore a serape and rode his bicycle to class. The two met outside in nice weather, drank wine, and had discussions. They didn’t agree on everything, but Ben found Walters “so loved, and loving.” Ben says that Southwestern, now Rhodes, was a “wonderful, wonderful college.” Kate Pera retired at the end of the summer after more than 35 years in the hospitality industry, where she focused on catering and convention services, private events, and offsite catering. When Kate graduated from Southwestern in 1975, she went straight into biochemistry research at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, and after nine years, transitioned over to food and beverage. Kate says that Dr. Charlie Warren in the biology department taught her the importance of details and reporting exact results that are the backbone of special events and catering. The smallest detail is just as critical to a 20-person event as it is to a 2,000-person event. Kate moved to downtown Memphis 12 years ago and enjoys more time now on the River Walk and on her balcony, watching sunsets. She also plans to be more involved at her church, St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. She and her partner, Buddy Gaynor, will go to Tobago in October and take their annual trip to Acapulco in February. Robert Dick Tynes retired last year after 35 years of teaching art. When
he completed his MFA from East Carolina University, he first taught at Humboldt State University in California, then briefly at the University of Hawaii, and finally, for 31 years at the University of North Carolina, Asheville. He is enjoying retirement along with his wife, Bette Bates, who is also retired from teaching art. They spend time in their studios in Black Mountain but also find time to baby-sit their first grandchild. While at Southwestern, Robert took a number of classes from Lon Anthony and helped Lon weld some of his large copper figure sculptures. When Robert took a Modern Art History class from Anne Robbins, he discovered the Belgian Surrealist, Rene Magritte, who became a lifelong influence on Robert’s work. Robert says Anne was a great teacher who helped him tremendously with his honors thesis on surrealism. You can see Robert’s art at his website RobertTynes.com. Andy Branham left the practice of law in 2002 to open the Memphis office of a new Nashville-based emerging law company called Counsel on Call, specializing in flexible staffing and project management solutions for law firms in corporate legal departments. In 2017, they acquired a legal technology company out of Nashville and changed their name to Legility, where they offer technical as well as staffing and team solutions for large and small legal projects alike. Andy, who is executive director of Legility, says it’s been a good ride and he plans on doing this for the foreseeable future. He’s still stationed in Memphis, but spends a lot of time at the family farm outside of Gallatin, TN. Cecilia “C.C.” Schardt Cannon recently retired as a physician assistant in Spartanburg, SC, after
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FALL2019 a 37-year career primarily in rural health care. She says it has been a rewarding career and credits Rhodes with preparing her for PA school. She is looking forward to more time playing with her grandchildren and traveling. Theresa Carl Cloys and her husband, Norm, live in Nashville. They are learning to live as a retired couple, as she wound up her formal career at the end of August. For the past five-and-a-half years, she served as president of “Governor’s Books from Birth Foundation,’ a 501(c)3 nonprofit that supports and sustains Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program in all 95 Tennessee counties (governorsfoundation.org). Tennessee is the only statewide Imagination Library program in the U.S., having delivered more than 31 million books free of charge to Tennessee’s preschool children since the program’s inception in 2004. Theresa’s passion is early childhood literacy and she believes that access to books is the critical piece to develop young brains and prepare children for success in school and life. She and her husband have one daughter, Dr. Sarah Carl, who lives in Basel, Switzerland. Sarah is a data scientist and genomicist, focusing on single-cell analysis for biomarker discovery. Theresa and Norm are thrilled that Sarah and her French scientist fiancé, Sam Croset, married in May 2019. Annie (Ann) Godfrey retired last May after almost 39 years with the Environmental Protection Agency. Now she is spending her time with grandchildren, gardening, and volunteer activities. She says that her somewhat unusual degree in biomathematics from Rhodes definitely helped her with her graduate degree in environmental engineering.
Neil C. Johnston Sr. has been practicing law, mostly in Alabama, for more than 40 years with the same law firm and states, “I still don’t know ‘the law,’ with so many constant but intriguing changes.” Neil’s legal focus has been real estate, water, and natural resources (water, wetlands, coastal beaches, oil, gas, coal, timber, critters, oysters) and drones, piers, cane poles, and crickets. He is a longtime member of the Rotary Club of Mobile (president, 1996) with Norman Nicolson ’75. Through the Rotary Club and Neil’s environmental and outdoor lifestyle, he organized The Project CATE Foundation that produces environmental curriculum on CDs — Ribbit’s Big Splash (water focus) and Skeeter’s Wild Adventures (wildlife focus) — primarily for elementary and intermediate grades. Neil has been active with the Alabama Coastal Foundation and established a partnership with The Project CATE Foundation to conduct the annual Coastal Kids Quiz, a conservation scholarship competition for fifthgraders, now in its 18th year. He adds, “We also grow oysters for reef restoration through the Mobile Bay Oyster Gardening Program by suspending cages of shells and spat on our pier (actually our 10th pier since Hurricane Georges in 1998) in Mobile Bay. We usually produce 8,000 to 12,000 oysters between May and November, when my babies are taken out to some secret reef in Mobile Bay. We tried to name them all, but they all look alike!” Michael (Bill) MacCurdy taught for three years at Professor Ray Hill’s school, A Learning Place, after graduating from Rhodes. He also took some carpentry classes and put that knowledge to good use when he moved to Asheville, NC, in 1979, where he started a construction and realty company, Sun Construction
and Realty. He still runs that business 38 years later. Pate McCartney has retired as senior vice president and general manager of Truven Health Analytics, now an IBM company, where he was responsible for the health care programs of state and federal government agencies nationwide. He has a master’s and Ph.D. ’88 from Columbia University. Pate says his career was challenging and rewarding, but he is happily retired and enjoys having no commitments or routines other than trying to eat healthy (vegan), traveling, reading, ballroom dancing, and playing a little golf. Anna Olswanger continues to work as a literary agent in the metro New York City area. Like classmate Bob Cain, she’s “not done yet!” Her latest project is a graphic novel version of the late Broadway composer Marvin Hamlisch’s memoir, which she sold for the estate. The artist attached to the memoir is French-American Ian David Marsden, the first Google Doodle designer, whose work Anna discovered through Twitter. Marvin, the graphic novel, will be for young readers and comes out in spring 2020. Projects like this are especially meaningful for Anna, both because of the music aspect (she grew up in a home where her father, musician Berl Olswanger, filled it with the sound of his daily piano practicing) and because of the art aspect. She still remembers the many happy hours she spent painting in Clough Hall to fulfill the requirements for Biff Elrod’s and Peter Bowman’s painting classes. Louis “Blair” Shamel has lived in San Diego, CA, for most of the past 35 years. His consulting company, The Shamel Group, does strategic consulting for
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companies developing new tests and treatments for prostate and other cancers, a business he has been in for over 30 years. He and Cindy, his wife of 43 years, just welcomed their first grandson, Luke, at the end of October. Blair and Cindy’s son, Louis, lives in San Diego and works as director of worldwide pricing for a large scientific products company. Blair and Cindy’s other son, Andy, is an Episcopal priest, who lives in Oxford, England, and is pursuing a D.Phil. in theology. Blair credits his success in the biotech business to the strong foundation in science and ethics he received at Rhodes. Reporter’s note: For those who haven’t seen the collection of photos from Southwestern days taken by Ed Uthman ‘74, be sure to visit his Flickr album at: flickr.com/photos/ euthman/sets/72157633940042512/ Lynn Dunavant ’76, who had to delay graduation due to circumstances beyond her control, is included here and writes: “I moved to Nashville 25 years ago, ostensibly to attend Vanderbilt Divinity School, but dropped out after one class, realizing that my calling was to be a school psychologist. I worked in Memphis City Schools and at Rhodes as a school psychologist before coming to Nashville, and have continued to do so on a part-time basis. I treasured the time I worked in the Rhodes counseling center and have fond memories of the students and staff. I officially retired from the Metro Nashville Public Schools in May 2017, but work part-time in private practice and in charter schools. I have worked for Gilda’s Club in Nashville for 20 years and still love it. I am happy, have good friends, and find every day has many things to be grateful for. I recently went to “concrete camp” in Bellbuckle, TN, and am learning how to make yard
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is true for many of us. He is also enjoying his grandchildren as he travels between Durham, NC, and Corpus Christi, TX. Mary Beth Walker is on the move, as she relocated to sunny California with her husband, Ken Heaghney, this past June. She serves as the provost and vice president of academic affairs at California State University Northridge. Congratulations, Mary Beth!
Taylor Burnett graduated cum laude from the American
University Washington College of Law in May 2019.
art and mosaics. Hoping to make a bird bath in September. I see Libby and Larry Dorris, Susie and Russell Ries, and Beth and Bob Eckert often, as well as Theresa and Norman Carl. Susie, Theresa, Libby and I have yearly reunions with Mary Lampton, Rosamond Quay (Goldman), and Cissy Hilbert (Quortrup). This year we are looking forward to Cynthia Pass (Bishop) joining us. From time to time I realize how much the community of friends and faculty supported me when I was a student and feel so appreciative of everyone. My email address is Dunavantlynn@gmail.com. I am not sure if I am included in the Class of 1975 or 1976 but obviously have strong connections to my 1975 peeps.” 1978 REPORTER
Jerry Heston reports that he is contemplating retiring. I’m sure that
Lloyd Tatum has been practicing law for the past 33 years in Henderson, TN. He and his wife, Lynn Mullady Tatum, have four children. If his wife’s maiden name sounds familiar, this is because she is the sister of Tom Mullady ’79. Chuck Cobb is a faithful resident of Memphis. He has been married to his wife, Scottie, for 23 years. For the past 22 years, he has been working for FedEx in security data analysis and customer automation. He is also active with community service and political campaigns. And if that isn’t enough, he still finds time for his hobbies: learning about home improvements, listening to classical music, and reading American history. From your class reporter: If you aren’t being contacted for news, but would like to be, please send your email to me at the email address above. I hope to hear from you! 1979 REPORTER email@example.com Mark Lester’s book H.H. Asquith: Last of the Romans (Lexington Books, 2019) was recently released. The work chronicles the life of H.H. Asquith (1852–1928), the longest-serving British prime minister between Lord Liverpool and Margaret Thatcher.
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Liz McGeachy is the communications director at Chicory Wealth. Before joining the firm in 2012, she worked for 25 years as a freelance journalist and an administrator at several nonprofit organizations. She’s just published a personal finance book, co-authored with the CEO of Chicory Wealth, called Integrating Money and Meaning: Practices for a HeartCentered Life. The book explores life inside our society’s all-encompassing money system and how to exist there with integrity and “heart.” 1981 REPORTER
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email@example.com Nanci Ostergaard Bucchianeri reports, “I am living in Plymouth, MA, with my husband and son. Working at Kinlin Grover Real Estate and enjoying it thoroughly. Saw my former roommate, Melanie Craft Compton, in Boston for dinner. It has been 30 years since we last saw one another and it was great catching up. She has not aged. I love living by the ocean, and Plymouth was the location of the first Thanksgiving.” Allison Fentress notes, “Nothing major to report. Bob and I were in Memphis in early November and drove around the Rhodes campus, reminiscing. It looks so good, and more buildings than in the 1970s!” Leslie Hubbert was thankfully not too adversely affected by the fires
in California last fall. She shares about that time, “We enjoyed a very rainy Thanksgiving holiday after some awful smoky weather. The fires in California were far from us in Boonville, CA, but we live in a valley where the air is often polluted by smoke from distant fires which drifts in, and then it just sits here. At Anderson Valley Elementary School, where I teach third grade, we had indoor recess every day for about a week before Thanksgiving on account of air quality. I have had to remind the kids that we still have our houses to go home to, and that even though we don’t get to play outside, we can still be thankful that our houses didn’t burn.” Steve Crabtree reports, “I have had a good year. Nancy and I went to Paris for a week, and Sarah (my youngest of two) started college at Emerson this fall. I went to pick her up in Boston last night and as we greeted each other, her brother Jefferson Crabtree ’17, snuck up behind me and said, ‘Hello.’ He flew in from Memphis for the holiday. Such a nice surprise.”
juried show in Raleigh, NC. Her painting joined artwork from across the nation for the September exhibit at the 311 Gallery. Carol began painting about five years ago, a few years after moving to Black Mountain, NC, with her husband, Mike. Her art can be viewed at BlackMountainArtist.com. Here’s MaryKay Loss Carlson’s latest news: “The packers come tomorrow for what I think is my 16th move since I joined the State Department in 1985. My husband Aubrey and I will leave New Delhi at the end of June for our next posting in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where I’ll be the deputy chief of mission. We’ll get to Buenos Aires in September, after some home leave, consultations in D.C., and refresher Spanish training — looking to build on my 1981 Spanish major! We look forward to having our daughters Kathryn (Barnard ’20) and Karen (USC ’22) join us for the holidays. We welcome Rhodes visitors also!” (Editor’s note: You can read more about MaryKay’s career in the summer online edition of Rhodes magazine, which can be found at news.Rhodes.edu/magazine.)
Errol Eckford enjoyed a trip to Garcia, Mexico, this summer with 15 high school students and advisors from J.S. “Chris” Christie joined Sirote & First Presbyterian Church of Marietta, Permutt, P.C. in Birmingham. Chris GA. “In five days, we constructed has been an Alabama trial attorney two new homes for two families in for more than 30 years, primarily the community. The new homes representing employee benefit plans replaced previous structures with and health care providers. Among floors, pallet and cardboard walls, many recognitions and awards, Chris and roofs. Our Youth group has in 2017 was named a Super Lawyers been building homes in Mexico since “Top 50 Attorney” in Alabama and 1987. It is a wonderful opportunity from 2005–2019 has been listed in for these kids to step out of their The Best Lawyers in America® in comfort zone and dramatically numerous practice areas. change a family’s life in just five days. Everyone has a great time, except Gina M. Salvati serves as the vice maybe for the three days travel president of advancement for down and back in vans.” communities in schools of CharlotteMecklenburg. This organization’s Carol Cole Czeczot’s oil painting mission is to surround Sea Change was selected for a students with a
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community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. She reports, “My connection with Rhodes friends was very special this year. Susan Ray Bransford, Janet Mosby Murphy, Deb Corley, and Mary Lane Butler Campbell all came for a visit last October. We laughed, we cried, and we got lots of things done around the house! Being all together again was wonderful (even being due to adverse circumstances), and I shall be forever grateful for their love and kindness in my time of need. I saw Deb Corley again in Annapolis this summer on my way home from a conference in NYC. She was a most gracious hostess and helped to transform a very sad day for me into a distracted pleasantness!” 1985 REPORTER firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mary Margaret Bailey was recently elected president of the Alabama Law Foundation, a charitable, taxexempt organization affiliated with the Alabama State Bar that was established in 1987 to operate the state’s IOLTA (Interest on Lawyer Trust Accounts) program. A partner in the Mobile, AL, law firm of Frazer Greene LLC, Mary Margaret has served on the Foundation’s Board of Trustees since 2010.
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need a vacation from!” For more information, visit his website at PurposeFullPursuits.com. 1992 REPORTER
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email@example.com Ashley Harris was named vice president, development, by the Texas Women’s Foundation, one of the world’s largest women’s funds and a leader in advocating for and advancing economic security for Texas women, girls, and families. In the organization’s news release, Ashley, who brings 20 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, consulting, management, and litigation to the position, said, “I chose Texas Women’s Foundation for impact. The organization strives to be the best, thinking ahead of the curve and addressing women’s issues in an inclusive, meaningful way. Like so many of our donors and supporters, my values align with its mission. Being part of the team to drive statewide impact is truly my dream job.” Marlon T. Perkins, Sr., pastor of Living Waters Worship Center of Seventhday Adventists in Dallas, TX, recently published his first book, Restless Pursuit: Discovering the Pathway to Purpose in Your Life (Lulu Publishing, 2019). Perkins writes, “Whether you find yourself struggling with picking the right college, making a career change, parenting, what life holds for you in retirement, or anything in between, all of these decisions require a strong foundation in your purpose. Read Restless Pursuit and prepare for your own journey to begin, leading to a life you don’t
Laura Cabanillas Brickman graduated from medical school in May and started a pediatric neurology residency at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. 1995
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Elizabeth Sale LeQuieu, Ph.D., OTR/L, CLA recently joined the Arkansas Colleges of Health Education School of Occupational Therapy in Fort Smith, AR, as the assistant dean of experiential education. They are developing a new program with plans to begin in summer 2021. This year celebrates the 10th annual art therapy art show called Art from the Heart, which Natasha Westrich Wood created so pediatric hematology/oncology patients could be empowered by sharing their stories through their art. Natasha started an art therapy program with pediatric hematology/ oncology patients at two of the three Children’s Hospitals outpatient hem/onc clinics in St. Louis 21 years ago. She continues to absolutely love her work as an art therapist with kids going through cancer treatment. Natasha is also writing a chapter for a pediatric medical art therapy book to be published next year and later this fall will be presenting at the 50th Annual National Art Therapy
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FALL2019 Association Conference about her work. She has been drumming with a women’s drumming circle called Jabula for 15 years. Natasha and her husband, Brendan, celebrated 21 years of marriage this past June and have two wonderful kids, Ethan (18) and Sarenna (16). Robyn Willliamson Pollette is now manager of faculty development and educational support and in her 20th year at Candler School of Theology at Emory University. 1996 REPORTER
Rebecca Patterson Luter continues to serve as pastor of Farmington Presbyterian Church and was appointed to the Germantown Municipal School District Board of Education in September and elected chair in December. Chris Luter ’97 continues to teach theater at Collierville High School and their children, Nicholas (14) and Elizabeth (11), are very involved in community theater. John Dalton was recognized as Alumnus of the Year for 2019 by Archbishop Shaw High School in New Orleans. John is the principal architect at Dalton Architects, where he designed and oversaw construction of the school’s new football stadium. 1997 REPORTER
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From Tilghman McFadden: “Olivia Reynolds, Frank Farmer, and myself recently spent a weekend together in New Orleans for no particular reason at all other than enjoying
each other’s company. We reveled in delicious food, trips to the Quarter, and relaxing by the rooftop pool, and we even took in some great music at Preservation Hall. We hope to make it an annual rendezvous and that more Rhodes friends will join us next year!” After an early career in education and nonprofit administration, John Weeden entered the financial services field three years ago. He writes, “I currently work with clients as an investment adviser representative at Radian Partners, LLC, in Memphis. I recently secured the Series 7 license and am now preparing for the certified financial planner exam. My wife, Lyle, coordinates design and marketing for ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Hospital, and our son will enter the third grade at Grace St. Luke’s School in the fall. He loves basketball and making forts out of all the furniture in the house, and we thank God for every day with him.”
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Olivia Reynolds, Frank Farmer, and Tilghman McFadden recently spent a
weekend together in New Orleans for no particular reason at all other than enjoying each other’s company.
2000 After more than four years as the communications director for District 20th Reunion of Columbia Attorney General Karl Homecoming/Reunion Racine, Rob Marus has taken a new Weekend position in the private sector as senior NOVEMBER 6-8, 2020 director for communications and speechwriting at the Association of American Universities. AAU is a REPORTER trade association and represents Nicki North Baxley the interests of the 62 most email@example.com prestigious research universities in North America, including Ivy Trudy Loper earned a master’s of League schools and top-tier state public health from Rollins School of universities. He writes, “I am excited Public Health in May 2018 and started about the opportunity to tell the at American Cancer Society in fall story of America’s leading research 2018 as strategic director, mission and universities and the absolutely crucial global marketing planning. She and role they play in not only educating her daughter reside in Atlanta. our next generation of leaders, but also advancing medicine and the Patrick Lane will be starting in August sciences, innovating and stimulating as assistant professor of English at our economy, and enriching our Culver-Stockton College in Canton, culture.” MO. His podcast, Medieval Death Trip, will be
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celebrating its five-year anniversary this Halloween.
daughter Catherine (3) and son Jack (1). The family also recently moved to the Oak Forest neighborhood in Houston.
Neal and Carol Meyer are the proud parents of a baby boy, whom they named Rhodes! 2005
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Brynnan Reddy relocated from Virginia to Huntsville, AL, in March, where her husband, Jim, who is now adjusting to being a “true Southerner,” recently took a job with Boeing. She is enjoying being closer to family now and the generally slower pace of life there in Huntsville. She also started a new counseling practice and looks forward to connecting with the mental health community in the Huntsville area. Kelly McTear was promoted to clinical associate professor of law recently and welcomed her third child, John Wallace, in March. Kevin Davidson recently assumed the position of senior vice president and commercial banking leader in Wells Fargo’s Commercial Bank, managing teams covering the South Texas and Louisiana markets. He has two kids,
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In January, Ellen Whitten and husband, Vince Harrigan, welcomed their son, Thaxton Whitten Harrigan. Whit is a delight and is always up for an adventure. He and his folks still live in Memphis. Caroline Ferrari Cronin and husband, David, welcomed their second child, Charlotte Rose Cronin, into the world April 11, 2019. She is the sweetest baby girl and her 3-year-old brother Will is adjusting accordingly. Logan Hollowell Jewelry has opened its flagship store on Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice, CA. As a coowner, Caroline is currently working as chief operating officer for this intention-based fine jewelry online retailer. Alice Sullivan (King) graduated with a Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction from the University of Texas at Austin with a focus on elementary media literacy and civic education. She is a professor in the department of education at Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX. Stephanie Swindle Thomas had a short story published in the anthology What Would Elvis Think? Mississippi Stories, alongside her mentor and former Rhodes director of communications, the late Daney Kepple. Stephanie and the other members of Kepple’s writers group submitted it on her behalf. Tim Robinson still resides in Bentonville, AR, and works for
Walmart, owns his chain of bike shops (Phat Tire Bike Shop), and serves on the Bentonville City Council. Tim and Ashley welcomed their first child, Boyce Vincent Robinson, in November 2018, so 2019 has been spent figuring out parenthood. Boyce is now nine months old and becoming very mobile. Tim can’t wait for Boyce to join him on the bike trails in the next few months! Joey Garrison married Laura Moore in Nashville, TN, in March. The couple recently moved to Boston, where Garrison works as a national correspondent for USA TODAY after reporting for The Tennessean in Nashville for six-and-a-half years. Moore is deputy policy director for Opportunity Insights at Harvard University. 2009 REPORTER
Correction from last issue: Lauren (Rodriguez) Brill and husband Christopher welcomed their baby girl, Elizabeth Holsten, August 15, 2018. Douglas Degges began an assistant professor of art in painting and drawing position at the University of Connecticut in the department of art and art history. Cord McLean began serving as director of leadership development, diversity, and inclusion at Bloomin’ Brands, headquartered in Tampa, FL, in July 2019. Stephanie Aughinbaugh and husband, Chris, bought a house in far north Dallas. She is continuing her work as a central administrator for Uplift Education, a large network of free and public charter schools in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
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FALL2019 The happy couple currently reside in Washington, DC, with their English setter, Dolly, who also attended the wedding and was undoubtedly the most adorable guest.
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Desonya Tyms is pursuing a master’s in liberal studies. She and Roland
Charles ’17 visited Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, this past summer.
Brian and Allie Wise ’10 recently moved to Allie’s hometown of Louisville, KY, where Brian accepted the role of manager of state government relations for Yum! Brands. On July 28, 2019, they welcomed their third daughter, Lucy Stites Wise, who joins her 2-year-old twin sisters, Katherine and Emily, ensuring Brian will never retire. Kelsey Griffith, along with her husband, Patton, and son, Thompson, recently moved to Denton, TX, where Patton is working as a director of development for Texas Woman’s University. They are loving life just off the Square in “little d!” Will Bubeck married Katie Burns June 28, 2019, on the beach in Westhampton Beach, NY, in front of 200 guests. Jon Mark Shirley served as a groomsman. Catherine Lawson and husband, Eduardo Tolentino, welcomed sweet baby Matías March 23, 2019. The happy family lives in Monterrey, Mexico.
Haley Law Trusler and her husband, Garth, welcomed their second child, a daughter named Piper Rose Trusler, July 12, 2019. Lucy Coolidge married Zachary R. Trout on April 27, 2019. The wedding took place in Washington, D.C., with the ceremony at Holy Rosary Church and the reception at the nearby Willard Hotel. Bridesmaids included her sister, Georgina Coolidge, as maid of honor, Abby Wynne Lenneberg, Alycia Hayne Swayze, and Caroline Eley Creson ’08. Other wedding ceremony participants included Kenneth “Chip” Mallin, Brian Wise, and Patrick Deveau. Rhodes guests in attendance included Alice Wombwell Wise ’10, Madeline “Maddie” George Gibbons ’08, Elizabeth Baird Slauson, Caroline Fabacher ’06, Charles Simmons, Osman Atiq, Evan Malone, Benjamin Ricketts, Jamison Beuerman, Caitlin Sherman ’07, Allison Squires, Anne Doussan, Stephanie Wynne Seay ’07, Kathryn Wise Ramey ’08, Katherine Dunbar-Smith George, Caleb Kaywood ’10, Caitlin Dempsey ’12, and Scott Jones ’11.
Jenni Frierson recently moved from New York City to Washington, DC, and is working at Discovery, Inc. in their Silver Spring, MD, office. Sydney Shearer was promoted to the position of senior manager at the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) in Nashville, TN. In her new role, Shearer oversees complete operations of two products: the Accountancy Licensee Database (ALD) and the Accountancy Licensing Library (ALL). In May, Emily Sellers traveled to Europe with fellow Rhodes alumni, Scott O’Hara ’10 and Carly Agre, to celebrate the wedding of another Rhodes alumnus, Shelby Long. Shelby married Hannes Gräuler in a ceremony in the German countryside. In June, Emily traveled to Memphis to celebrate her 30th birthday with family and friends, including Rhodes alumni Laura Sellers ’08, Mark Sellers ’15, Ben Freed, Dev Varma, Grace Stanch, Diana Comes ’08, and Mark Erskine ’03. Professor Eric Henager also made a special appearance!
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Kelly (Prak) Ford and husband Dave were thrilled to welcome their first child, Charles Kenneth, born June 6, 2019, in Lyon, France. Rebecca Allen and John Utt were married May 25, 2019, in Fripp Island, SC. 2012 REPORTER
The Daily News in Galveston, County, TX, named Alice Havner Kent to their “40 Under 40 for 2019” list of movers and shakers. Alice is an attorney working as an advocacy team leader for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) of Galveston County. From Jordan Harms: “In 2016, I received my master’s degree from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service in their CERES Program: Center for Eurasian, Russian, and East European Studies. I became a Russian area specialist, fluent in the Russian language. Since then, I have applied to all the intelligence agencies of the U.S. government, and in December 2017, I received a conditional job offer to be a Russian analyst from the Department of Defense (DOD), in their Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). In May of this year, I was granted my security clearance and just a few weeks ago, got my final job offer to be a political and military analyst for the DIA at CENTCOM (Central Command) in Tampa, FL. I will be working as an intelligence officer for DOD in support of the warfighters at CENTCOM at MacDill Air Force Base. This is my dream job! CENTCOM is the nerve center for all the missions in Central Asia and the Middle East, and I feel privileged to be working alongside the military command as their civilian arm.”
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Stanton Brown has been selected by First Tennessee Bank for this year’s “40 under 40 Most Influential Urban Elite Professionals.”
Kelly Whelan, a defenseman for HC Ukrainochka in Kyiv, Ukraine, won the National Women’s Ice Hockey Championship of Ukraine 2019 in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Kelly is the first American woman to play in the Ukrainian Women’s Ice Hockey League and has been ranked in the list of top five players for the past three years.
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firstname.lastname@example.org Joshua Cape recently completed his Ph.D. in applied mathematics and statistics from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. Joshua is now a postdoctoral research fellow in the department of statistics at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. Catherine Boone and Harrison Hadaway were married in April 2019 at the childhood home of the bride in Tuscaloosa, AL. Caroline Boone Rockefeller ’10, Will Rockefeller ’10, Kelsi Garson ’15, and Katelyn Dagen ’15 were in the wedding party. The couple live in Vicksburg, MS, where Catherine is president and publisher of Vicksburg Newsmedia LLC and a director of Boone Newspapers, Inc. Taylor Burnett graduated c um laude from the American University Washington College of Law in May 2019. Maitland Frilot and Alexander DeGenova were married June 15, 2019. Attending their wedding were Joe Semmes, Rob Semmes, Marshall Jones ’15, Andrew Collins ’13, Smith Stickney ’17, Julia Robbins ’15, Hillary Connell, and Taylor Jackson (see photo on page 39).
Abby Lukens and Ben Primes were married March 9, 2019, in New Orleans. 2016 Desonya Tyms is pursuing a master’s in liberal studies. She and Roland Charles ’17 visited Old San Juan, Puerto Rico, this past summer. 2017 Maiar Salameh is a second-year law student at the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law. She was recognized by the Association for Women Attorneys with a scholarship. She’s involved with the Hispanic Law Students Association, the student chapter of the Association for Women Attorneys (AWA), the Black Law Students Association, and is the current president of the International Law Society. In addition, she is a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee and previously served as a peer mentor in 2018. Roland Malcolm Charles III ’17 received a master’s in chemistry in May of 2019.
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In Memoriam Fall 2019
’37 Ellie Powell Autry
Roswell, GA, April 6, 2019 Ellie graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in mathematics. She was active in the community in Little Rock, AR, serving in the St. Vincent’s Hospital Guild, the Florence Crittenton Home, and in her local church groups. She remained active at Roswell Presbyterian Church after moving to Roswell, GA. She is survived by her two children, four grandchildren, and three greatgrandchildren.
’39 S. Shepherd Tate
Memphis, TN, May 28, 2019 Shep attended Rhodes College, working at times as the secretary for Dr. Peyton Rhodes, the college’s president. He was a member of Southwestern’s tennis team and played tennis regularly into his late 70s. He was also a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, where he served as Eminent Archon (the fraternity’s president), was president of the College Episcopalians, and was the business manager of the college yearbook. He attended law school at the University of Virginia, where he served as an editor of the Virginia Law Review. Shep enlisted in the Navy and ultimately was stationed in China as an intelligence officer, working with the allied Chinese military in preparation for the invasion of Japan. He was awarded the Order of the Cloud Banner by the National Government of the Republic of China. He remained in the Naval Reserves until he retired as a commander. Shep was a board member and avid supporter of the Navy League of Memphis well into his 90s. After the war, he clerked for the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, later returning to Memphis to join Martin, Tate, Morrow & Marston, PC, where he worked until he retired in 2008. He served as senior warden of grace at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, president of the Episcopal Churchmen of Tennessee, and member
of the bishop and council and standing committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Tennessee. Shep served on the board of trustees at Rhodes College for many years, was president of the college’s alumni association, president of the college’s President’s Council, was inducted into the Rhodes College Hall of Fame, and received the Distinguished Service Award of Southwestern at Memphis and the Distinguished Alumni Award of Rhodes College. He is preceded by his siblings, Carolyn Tate Talker ’44 and Granville G. Tate ’51. He is survived by his son, daughter, and five grandchildren.
’44 William Henry Voegeli, Sr.
Atlanta, GA, January 25, 2019 Bill played football at Rhodes College and became a member of Kappa Sigma Fraternity. During college, he joined the U.S. Naval Air Corps and by the end of WWII was a senior lieutenant, a pilot, a navigator, and a flight instructor. He was later hired by Pan American World Airways and was navigator on Pan Am’s inaugural flight from the United States to Cape Town, South Africa, in 1948. In his honor, a new development in East Cobb, Marietta, GA, named the main street “Pan Am Lane.” Bill later returned to Georgia to work for Life Insurance Company of Georgia and retired in 1986 as Atlanta regional vice president. He is survived by his three daughters, a son, a brother, 10 grandchildren, and 13 greatgrandchildren.
’42 Jean W. Sights
Memphis, TN, March 18, 2019 Jean was a member of Idlewild Presbyterian church, where she was honored with a Presbyterian Women Life Membership. She is survived by two sons, a daughter, seven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, and a sister.
’44 Louisa McLean Stephens
Bangs, TX, March 31, 2019 Louisa graduated from Rhodes College, where she was an active member of Chi Omega sorority. After graduation, she worked for American Airlines and moved to Bangs, where she was a member of and taught Sunday school at Bangs Methodist Church. In the Bangs school system, she was an early advocate for college prep classes, a member of the PTA, a frequent class mother, and was instrumental in founding the Bangs chapter of the National Honor Society. Louisa spent many years serving the Red Cross’s Learn-To-Swim program, the Hospital Women’s Auxiliary, Medical Society Auxiliary, and Junior 20th Century. She is survived by her five children; nine grandchildren, including Kevin Kilpatrick ’08; and her five greatgrandchildren.
’44 Morgan Carrington Fowler
Memphis, TN, July 20, 2019 Judge Fowler graduated from Rhodes College and the University of Virginia School of Law. He practiced law in Memphis before being appointed judge of the General Sessions Court by Gov. Frank Clement in 1963 upon the recommendation of the Memphis and Shelby County Bar Association. He subsequently won two general elections to that position by wide margins. Judge Fowler was also elected president of the Tennessee General Sessions Judges’ Association. He enlisted in the U.S. Army the day after Pearl Harbor and was on a troop carrier headed to Japan when the war ended. He was a member of the Shriners for more than 60 years and a Boy Scout scoutmaster. He was a member of St. Philip Episcopal Church and a former vestryman. He is preceded by his sister, Betsye Fowler French ’39. He is survived by his daughter and son, including Cary Fowler ’71; four grandsons, including Thomas Fowler ’19; and two great-grandsons.
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’ 45 Betty Isbell
Maryville, TN, June 26, 2019 After graduating Phi Beta Kappa from Rhodes College, Betty worked as a stewardess for Southern Airlines. She was involved with the Presbyterian Women’s Association, Junior Service League, PTA, and Medical Auxiliary and was a co-founder of Blount Memorial Hospice and Townsend Passion Play. She served as a Girl Scout troop leader for all of her daughters, delivered Meals on Wheels, and was a hospice volunteer. Isbell was a deacon, elder, teacher, bible study/circle leader, Presbytery elder, and choir member of New Providence Presbyterian Church, as well as serving in missions with her husband, Homer, in Algiers, Dominican Republic, Haiti, and the Navajo Reservation. She is survived by her four children, including Jean Isbell Oakley ’74; nine grandchildren, including Shelton E. Oakley-Hersey ’07; and 17 great-grandchildren.
’46 Helen Billingsley Memphis, TN, June 4, 2019 After graduating from Rhodes, Helen earned a master‘s degree from Memphis State University and taught for 30 years, mostly at Wells Station Elementary School. She was an active member of Delta Kappa Gamma, the teachers’ sorority, and was an active member of Highland Heights United Methodist Church for 60 years. She is survived by two daughters, two grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.
’46 Sara Sparr Taylor
Memphis, TN, August 10, 2019 Sara graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in chemistry. She was a member of Evergreen Presbyterian Church, where she served as elder and teacher. At Evergreen she helped organize and maintain a food pantry, which continually contributed to the MidSouth Food Bank to feed the needy. She was a longtime volunteer to Scouting in Memphis and the Memphis Heart Association. For many years Sara helped in her neighborhood precinct as a voting poll worker and later voting poll officer.
She is preceded by her husband, Dr. Jack Taylor, Sr. ’44 and her son Jack H. Taylor, Jr. ’68. She is survived by her three sons, including William. S. Taylor ’71 and Dr. John C. Taylor ’74; two sisters; 10 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
’ 47 Nancy Woods Muse
August 4, 2019 Nancy attended Rhodes College, where she was a member of Chi Omega. She was a lifelong artist, known for her children’s portraits, and had antique booths in various venues over the years. In her late 60s, she took a parttime position in the Memphis Pink Palace Museum gift shop, where she remained well into her 80s. Nancy is survived by her brother, her daughters, three grandchildren, and four greatgrandchildren.
’47 Stephen Toof Brown, Jr.
April 9, 2019 At 18, Toof enlisted in the Army Air Corps and was stationed in Biloxi and Ft. Myers. Until 1960, he worked in his family’s business, S.C. Toof & Co. In 1960, he started Checks, Inc., the first printing company in the region to use magneticencoded ink when printing checks, which allowed the checks to be processed by machine rather than by hand. Checks, Inc. had branches in Gulfport, Chattanooga, and Little Rock. Toof was active in many organizations and charities including Rotary Club, Jaycees, Boys Club, and Junior Achievement. For a number of years, he tutored elementary students in math and reading. He is survived by his wife, his children, and his grandchildren.
’47 Simeon Rice “Buddy” Hungerford III
Lancaster, SC, April 6, 2019 Buddy attended Rhodes College before joining the U.S. Army in 1944. He served with the 63rd Infantry Division in France. He was wounded in 1945 and awarded the Purple Heart, the Bronze Star, and the Combat Infantry Badge. After the war, he joined the family business in the retail lumber and construction industry. Later, he worked as a furniture representative for S.R. Hungerford Furniture Company of Memphis and later became an independent furniture representative, from which he retired in 1982. He was active in the Presbyterian Church in Tunica, serving as a deacon and an elder. Hungerford co-founded the Tunica Veterans of Foreign Wars and was a member of the American Legion and Disabled Veterans. He joined Rotary in 1947 and was a Rotarian for over 75 years, first in Tunica, where he served as president, then in Naples, FL, and in Lancaster, SC. He is survived by his wife, his daughter, and a grandson,
’48 The Reverend Lily Anne Rein
Decatur, GA, April 8, 2019 Lily taught at E. Rivers Elementary in Atlanta and Woodward Academy in College Park. In 1993 she was ordained a deacon in the Episcopal church and served on the staff of the Cathedral of St. Philip. In 2005 she became a founding member of the Society of St. Anna the Prophet (SSAP), a vowed community of women in the Episcopal church, and served congregations at Wesley Woods Towers and Regency House until 2018. Lily is preceded by her sister, Mary George Beggs ’55. She is survived by her sister, a daughter, a son, her grandsons, and a granddaughter-in-law.
’49 Grace Mallery Brown
Memphis, TN, May 21, 2019 Grace was a lifelong member and deaconess at Lindenwood Christian Church, where she sang in the choir. She was preceded by her sister, Betty Cannon McArthur ’49. She is survived by her husband; her sister, Joy Brown Wiener ’52; her children; her grandchildren; and her great-grandchildren.
’50 Mary Ann Ramsey Clarke
Florence, SC, June 25, 2019 Mary Ann graduated from Rhodes College as the Sullivan Award recipient, given for integrity and service to humanity, and was a member of the college’s Hall of Fame. After graduation, she attended Columbia University in New York for
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work on a master’s degree in history. She began work as an office manager with the Thomason Hendrix law firm and later as a VISTA Volunteer at MIFA. Mary Ann served as manager of the Episcopal Bookshop and worked part-time for many years at Burke’s Book Store. She was an active member of the St. Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral community. She is survived by her siblings and her two sons.
’50 Martha Jane Jacobs Exum
Jackson, TN, May 26, 2019 Following graduation from Rhodes College, Martha taught elementary grades in the Humboldt, Madison County, and Jackson, TN, school systems. She is survived by her husband, a daughter, five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
’50 William “Bill” Mitchum
Memphis, TN, February 11, 2019 Bill served in the U.S. Navy during World War II in the South Pacific. He retired from the banking business after many years in Memphis, TN, and Tucson, AZ. He was a member of Kingsway Christian Church in Germantown, TN. He is survived by his sister.
’50 James Caruthers Williamson
Memphis, TN, February 18, 2019 Jim and his wife were members of Evergreen Presbyterian Church, where he was an elder and longtime choir member. A trained baritone, he also sang with the Memphis Symphony Chorus and Opera Memphis. He served in the U.S. Navy during WWII, and his carrier, the USS Belleau Wood, was in Tokyo Bay at the time of the Japanese surrender. Jim graduated from Rhodes College, then from the University of Illinois in 1952 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He worked for Buckeye Cellulose in Memphis for 40 years. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Jacqueline Newman Williamson ’52; three daughters; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandson.
’ 50 Dr. Speros Vryonis, Jr.
Sacramento, CA, March 11, 2019 After graduation from Rhodes, Speros
received a Fulbright Scholarship to the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Greece, and later attended graduate school at Harvard, earning a master’s in 1952 and a Ph.D. in 1954. From 1960 until 1988 he was a professor of Byzantine and early Turkish history at UCLA and twice served as the director of the G.E. von Grunebaum Center for Near Eastern Studies. In 1988, Speros was selected as the first director of the Alexander S. Onassis Center for the Study of Hellenism at New York University, as well as the first holder of the Onassis Chair of the History of Hellenism and remained there until his retirement. After his retirement, he served as the director of the Speros Basil Vryonis Center for the Study of Hellenism in Rancho Cordova, CA, founded in the memory of his eldest son, Speros Basil. He is survived by his wife, two sons, and two grandchildren.
’51 Ruth S. Fischer
Wilmington, DE, April 22, 2019 Ruth began her career in Tennessee working for the Red Cross and then the State of Tennessee. In 1964, she moved to Delaware and began a 23year career for Delaware’s Department of Health and Social Services, retiring as the director of Medicaid. In 1991, she was awarded the Delaware Associate for Public Administration Award for her outstanding public service in the state of Delaware. Following her retirement from the state in 1991, Ruth continued her focus on social service as she spent countless hours volunteering her time and talents to Adopt-A-Family and the Hanover Clothes Closet. She also held leadership roles on the board of the Human Services Council. She is survived by her daughter, her son, her six grandchildren, and her four greatgrandchildren.
’51 James Thaddeus McDonald, Jr., DDS Camden, AR, January 28, 2019 Jim attended Rhodes College and was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon, then transferred to the University of Arkansas
and went on to Washington University School of Dentistry in St. Louis to earn his DDS. He was also a Korean War-era veteran, serving two years in Greenville, SC, as a general dentist in the U.S. Air Force. After his service, he returned to Washington University School of Dentistry to obtain a specialty in orthodontics. Jim was a lifelong member of First Presbyterian Church in Camden, where he served as deacon and elder. He is survived by his sister and brother-inlaw, Mary ’54 and Lin C. Wetterau, Jr. P ’83, and nephews, including L. Cave Wetterau III ’83.
’52 Glenda Selman Owen
Mesquite, TX, March 24, 2019 Glenda attended Rhodes College and ATS (Union – P.S.C.E.), where she received a bachelor’s of religious education. While living in Roanoke, VA, she met her husband, Henry, and later moved to the Baltimore area. She served her Maryland church for nearly 21 years and, after a move to Dallas, was involved with the Dallas Police Crime Watch Program, Ferguson Road Initiative, White Rock Hills Library, and Connor Elementary School, and was instrumental in adding a skateboard course to the local park. Glenda was also involved with Eastminster Presbyterian. She is survived by her husband, two children, her grandchildren, and her sister.
’52 Suzanne Swearingen
Huntsville, AL, February 1, 2019 Suzie graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in social work. She loved arts, painting, crafts, bridge, and bingo. She especially enjoyed the time she got to spend with her two grandsons. She is survived by her son and her grandsons.
’53 Joan Smith Ramier
Memphis, TN, July 2, 2019 Joan graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in English. She was a pianist and taught private piano lessons from her home. She was a sustaining member of the Le Bonheur Club and a member of Germantown Presbyterian Church. Ramier was preceded by her husband,
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Don Allison Ramier, Jr. ’53, and her son, Don A. Ramier, III ’78. Joan is survived by her daughter, Betsy Ramier Vacheron ’82; three grandchildren, Nathalie Vacheron ’17, Albert Vacheron ’17, and Donny Ramier, IV ’17; as well as two sisters, Patsy Smith Gill ’60 and Anne Smith Sarber ’64.
’53 James Thomas Robertson, M.D.
Asheville, NC, June 30, 2019 James completed medical school at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis, followed by a residency in neurosurgery at Semmes Murphy Clinic. He was a retired neurosurgeon and professor emeritus of the department of neurosurgery at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in Memphis. He was very active in organized neurosurgery, serving as president and founder of the Society of University Neurosurgeons and president of the Congress of Neurosurgeons, the Academy of Neurosurgeons, and the American Association of Neurosurgery. He served in the United States Air Force from 1956 to 1964 as chief of neurosurgery at Travis Air Force Base, CA, and assistant chief at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, TX, where he was discharged as a major. In 1989, he joined the Navy Medical Reserve and retired as a captain in 2003. James was on active duty briefly in the First Gulf War. The Robertson family were members of Evergreen Presbyterian Church for 50 years. He is survived by his wife; five children, including Clay Darville Robertson ’80; his brother Dr. Jon H. Robertson ’68; and 12 grandchildren, including James T. Newman ’09.
’53 Betty Sue Wilcox VandenBosch Shaw
August 17, 2019 Betty held degrees from Rhodes College in Memphis and the University of Michigan. She spent 25 years with the Flint Community Schools as a mathematics teacher and in administration; she coordinated student teachers for the University of MichiganFlint; and was a member of the author
team for ImaST, a middle school math/ science/tech curriculum. She was named to Who’s Who among American Educators; was named Educator of the Year both by Phi Delta Kappa and the Flint Area Mathematics and Science Teachers; cited for contributions to the field of education by Colonel Sanders Corporation and the Genesee Association of Retired School Personnel; served as president of Flint Zonta I, Phi Delta Kappa, Genesee Association of Retired School Personnel, Flint Area Mathematics and Science Teachers, and Michigan Association of Computer Users in Learning, and as secretary of the National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics. In 1993, Betty joined the AARP-IRS Tax Program as a tax preparer, and rose to the position of Shiawassee County coordinator and then on to State Coordinator (six years), then State Training Specialist (six years), and also served as local trainer for Genesee and Shiawassee counties, spending the last 10 years as a member of the National Tax Training Committee. She also ran the AARP Tax program in the Swartz Creek Center for 20 of those years. In 2006, she received the State Distinguished Service Award from the Michigan Association for Retired School Personnel (MARSP). In 2001, Betty was named Fraternalist of the Year by the Western Fraternal Life Association and by the Michigan Fraternal Congress. In 2011, she received the National Andrus Award from AARP for community service. She is survived by her husband, Robert Shaw ’53, three children, eight stepchildren, and grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
’53 Clyde “Ray” Raymond Welman, Jr. Frisco, TX, July 13, 2019
Ray served in the U.S. Army as a highspeed radio operator and received a degree from Rhodes College in economics. He worked for Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation for 29 years and spent the next 20 years as a sales representative for Moore-Welman Sales. Ray was also known as an avid Dallas Cowboys fan, birthday card sender, and loved playing bridge. He is preceded
by his wife, Merry Lane Welman ’57. He is survived by his four daughters, his grandchildren, his great-grandchildren, and his siblings.
’54 Phyllis Anne Isom Raney
Little Rock, AR, April 2, 2019 Phyllis attended Rhodes College, where she was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority. She obtained a master’s in social work from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, became a licensed clinical social worker, and developed a thriving private practice as a psychotherapist. She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Little Rock and served in several capacities, including membership on the Vestry, Eucharistic Visitor, All Saints Guild, and Mourner’s Path. Phyllis is survived by her brother, two sons, and a granddaughter.
’54 Daisy Nadine ReavesHammons
Memphis, TN, August 4, 2019 Daisy graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in music. For 17 years, she worked in medical records at Baptist Hospital. She was a member of Bellevue Baptist Church in Memphis and received a lifetime achievement award from the American Bible Association for memorizing the whole New Testament King James version of the Bible. She is survived by her husband and a half-sister.
’54 Sidney Richard Vise
Springfield, MO, August 26, 2018 After earning a bachelor’s degree in music from Rhodes College, Sidney enlisted in the armed forces. He was stationed in Germany and Paris. With the help of the GI Bill, he completed a master’s in piano performance from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL. In the fall of 1965, he joined the music faculty at Drury University, and, while teaching full-time, completed a doctorate of music in 1975 at the University of Missouri in Kansas City. During his tenure of 34 years, he served as chairman of the Drury Music Department for 15 years, retiring in 1999. Sidney served a term as the president of
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FALL2019 the Missouri Music Teachers Association and remained active in the organization. He is survived by his wife, his daughter, his son, three brothers, and two grandsons.
’54 Laura Ellen Edington Wakefield
Atlanta, GA, January 6, 2019 Laura graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in English. She lived in Moss Point, MS; Ticonderoga, NY; and New Canaan, CT; and later retired in Hampstead, NC, where she chaired the architectural committee and led the design effort to establish Holy Trinity Hampstead Episcopal Church. She is survived by her husband of 62 years, her children, her grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her brother, Robert S. Edington ’50; nephew, Jay H. Edington ’64; niece, Patricia Whyte Edington ’64; nephews, Rev. Vernon “Van” Edington ’72 and Rev. Sherard Edington ’85; and great-niece, Courtney P. Edington ’21. She is preceded by her brothers, Dr. Andrew Edington ’34 and Rev. David Edington, Jr. ’34.
’54 Elizabeth “Bettye” Fisher Wilson
Starkville, MS, April 27, 2019 Bettye earned a bachelor’s degree in music from Rhodes College. She was an active member of the Newcomers’ Club and enjoyed her Ladies’ Lunch Bunch and Book Clubs. She loved music, played the piano regularly at church and elsewhere, and taught piano lessons over the years to many students, including her own children. Highlights of her musical studies while in college included a stint playing the piano in the lobby of The Peabody hotel in Memphis and a summer spent in the San Francisco Bay area with renowned teachers. Bettye also taught music for several years at Maben High School. She is survived by her sister, her children, her grandchildren, and great-grandson.
’55 Martha Land McKinney
Louisville, KY, February 9, 2019 Martha graduated from Miss Hutchison’s
School and Rhodes College. She was a member of the Louisville Boat Club, St. Matthews Episcopal Church, and the Junior League, and she volunteered with the Shriner’s Burn Hospital and Episcopal Church Home. She was a member of the Junior League of Memphis and Louisville. Martha is survived by three children, four grandchildren, and two greatgrandchildren.
’57 JoAnn Pomeroy Anderton
Wilmington, NC, August 3, 2019 JoAnn graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in music. Her volunteer work included 50 years of teaching Sunday school and church camp, as well as many summers when she accompanied high school youth to the Montreat Youth Conference in Montreat, NC. She volunteered regularly in her children’s classrooms and school clinics, for the American Red Cross, Meals on Wheels, and Church World Service Cropwalk, and was instrumental in establishing the Interfaith Hospitality Network in Wilmington to address the needs of those who struggle with food and housing insecurity. Joann served as interim director of Christian education at First Presbyterian Church, St. Andrew’s Covenant Presbyterian Church, and Westminster Presbyterian Church in Wilmington. She began her more than 50-year vocation teaching weekday preschool at Highland Presbyterian Church in Winston-Salem and continued at First Presbyterian Church in Orlando and Windermere Presbyterian Church in Wilmington. She is preceded by her husband, Dr. Malcolm P. Anderton ’55. She is survived by her four children, 10 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren.
’57 John Thomas Flippin
Calhoun City, MS, April 23, 2019 John was a member of New Prospect Baptist Church, and was a retired Baptist pastor as well as a retired principal from Vardaman Elementary School. He received a bachelor’s degree in philosophy with a minor in psychology from Rhodes College and later received a master’s degree in education from the University of Houston and his secondary
education degree from Mississippi State University. John served his country in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War and was an active member of the SCV and the American Legion. He is survived by his wife, daughters, son, seven grandchildren, and three greatgrandchildren.
’57 Lauren Elisabeth “Betty” Lunati Grise
Cary, NC, March 11, 2019 Betty attended Rhodes College, where she was voted Miss Talent and a Southwestern Beauty. She was an active participant in music circles in the Memphis area, including the Beethoven Club of Memphis and the Renaissance Music Circle of Memphis. She was best known throughout her life as a church organist, including at Bellevue Baptist Church, Lindenwood Christian Church, and Independent Presbyterian Church. Betty also designed the four manual M.P. Moeller pipe organ that was installed at Bellevue in 1975. She is survived by her husband, a son, two grandchildren, and her sister.
’57 Gordon Robertson, Jr. Memphis, TN, May 31, 2019 After serving in the Tennessee Army National Guard, Gordon began his professional career at First National Bank, now First Horizon. For 53 years he served in the investment business, including most recently at Carty Co. He liked duck and pheasant hunting and his involvement with the Memphis Amateur Retriever Club, serving three terms as president. Gordon was president of the Sheltered Occupational Shop Board twice and served as a tutor at Shady Grove Elementary. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, his three sons, and his grandchildren.
’57 Bennie Ann Haven Taylor
Chester, VA, March 20, 2019 Bennie Ann taught in Escambia County, FL, schools for 30 years, teaching elementary and special education. She received a master’s in special education from the University of West Florida. She was
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a member of Zeta Tau Alpha and Delta Kappa Gamma. Bennie Ann was an active member of Centralia Presbyterian Church and taught the Ladies Circle and Ladies Sunday School class, edited the church newsletter, and was secretary of the mission committee. She is survived by her husband and her sister.
’58 Charles “Chuck” Wilson Blake
Memphis, TN, March 3, 2019 Chuck graduated from Rhodes College, where he played baseball and was an SAE fraternity member. His professional career began at National Gypsum, Holiday Inn, and then as project manager for Allen and O’Hara. In 1982, he founded Blake and Associates, now called Blake Solutions. He was a second lieutenant
in the National Guard, a member of the Phoenix Club, East Memphis Catholic Club, and an assistant troop scoutmaster. Chuck was a member of the Germantown Rotary Club and a Paul Harris Fellow. He is preceded by his brother, Fred Blake, Jr. ’49, and is survived by his wife, his son, and his granddaughter.
’58 Sam F. Cole, Jr.
Memphis, TN, February 22, 2019 Sam graduated from Rhodes College, where he ran track. He enlisted in the U.S. Air Force with a degree in biology and was assigned to Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico, where he was in charge of laboratory testing for chimpanzees before and after they were sent into space by satellite. With an honorable discharge from the Air Force, he returned to Memphis and obtained his law degree from the University of Memphis. Cole then entered into law practice with his father, Sam F. Cole, Sr. He was a member of the Memphis and American Bar Associations and the Kiwanis Club of Memphis. For many years he was scoutmaster of Boy Scout Troop 75. An Episcopalian, he served on the vestries of both St. John’s Episcopal Church and, later, Calvary Episcopal Church. He is survived by his wife, three sons, one grandson, a sister, and a brother.
’58 Albert Sidney “Shep” Crigler III
Franklin, TN, July 31, 2019 Shep played varsity football and baseball at Rhodes College and graduated with a degree in political science. He served two years in the Navy as a navigator and attended Louisville Theological Seminary in Louisville, KY. He was ordained as a minister into the Presbyterian Church (PCUSA) in the spring of 1967. Shep served in Oxford for nearly nine years, until he got his final call as minister for First Presbyterian Church in Huntsville, AL, where he served for 13 years. He is survived by his wife, his children, and his grandchildren.
’58 Dr. Arnold Lee Schroeter
Rochester, NY, February 14, 2019 Arnold graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in chemistry. He attended medical school at the University of Tennessee and later worked at the Public Health Service at the CDC in Atlanta. He later joined the dermatology staff at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, NY. In 1985, he moved to Dayton, OH, becoming the chairman of dermatology at Wright State Medical School. Arnold returned to Mayo in 1994 to become chair of dermatology. He remained at Mayo until retirement in 2008. He was also an active researcher, authoring more than 200 publications during his career. He was a longtime member of the First Presbyterian Church of Rochester, where he served as an elder and Sunday school teacher. He is survived by his wife, Linda Hardesty Schroeter ’58, their children, and eight grandchildren.
’58 Jane Dean Sohm
Memphis, TN, July 25, 2019 Jane was a piano instructor affiliated with Rhodes College, a member of the Kennedy Book Club, and a member of the Whitehaven Country Club. She was also a member of Nesbit Presbyterian Church. She is survived by her daughters, a son, her grandchildren, and 11 greatgrandchildren.
’59 Doris “Sissy” Gayden Rasberry Jones
Memphis, TN, April 13, 2019 Sissy graduated from Rhodes College with degrees in psychology and religion and was a member of Chi Omega sorority. She also earned a master’s of social work from the University of Tennessee. She co-founded The Workshop, a pottery studio, and the Memphis Potters Guild in the late 1970s. Sissy served as a deacon and an elder at Idlewild Presbyterian Church, where she taught many classes and enjoyed studying faith and theology. She also served on numerous boards in the Memphis area and beyond, including as a trustee of Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary and Montreat Conference Center. Sissy is survived by a brother, five children, eight grandchildren, and one great-granddaughter.
’59 Steve Alden Martin
Winston Salem, NC, February 21, 2019 Sam was educated at Winthrop Training School in Rock Hill, SC; Rhodes College; Union Theological Seminary in Richmond, VA; and Louisiana State University, where he earned a Ph.D. He served Newcut and Grace Presbyterian Churches in Lancaster, SC, and First Presbyterian Church in Hammond, LA, in the ’60s. He also served as head of governmental service at LSU before his work at Union Theological Seminary, where he served as vice president and professor of church and society. Sam then moved to Winston-Salem, NC, and formed his own consulting firm, which came to be known as Martin Frankel Associates. He served on the board of the Presbyterian Church Foundation as its chairman, as well as on the board of the Winston-Salem State University Foundation. He established an endowment at Winston-Salem State University in his father’s name and has supported the Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington, NC, and the advancement of a Girls Leadership Academy in Winston-Salem. He is survived by his wife, Hervey Doughton Martin ’58, two daughters, and his grandchildren.
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’59 Clifford Erle Merryman
Germantown, TN, March 25, 2019 Erle received the Civitan Leadership Scholarship to Rhodes College, where he played football. He retired from Memphis Light, Gas and Water after 40 years as the manager of central shops. He also served as president of the Engineers’ Club of Memphis. Erle was a member of Forest Hill Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon, Sunday school teacher, and choir member. He is survived by his wife, three children, nine grandchildren, and 10 greatgrandchildren.
’60 Virginia S. Bare
Manitowoc, WI, April 17, 2019 After graduating from Rhodes, Virginia earned a master’s degree in English from the University of Wisconsin. She briefly taught high school English and then had a cable television interview show when cable was brand-new. She was a past violinist and past president of the board of directors of the Manitowoc Symphony Orchestra. Virginia was president of the Rahr-West Art Museum’s association and a member of its board. She is survived by her husband, her children, and her grandchildren.
’ 61 Marilyn Davis Hughes
Memphis, TN, February 20, 2019 Marilyn graduated from Rhodes College, where she was elected as a senior class officer, Chi Omega sorority president, a campus “Beauty,” and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She taught advanced math at Hutchison School and served as a pension plan administrator for Burleigh, Dunger, Cochran and Sorsby. Marilyn also served as Junior League of Memphis president, Little Garden Club president, Garden Club of America board member, Tuesday Study Club president, and Chickasaw Garden Club president. She was actively involved at Calvary Episcopal Church. She is survived by her husband of 57 years, Allen Holt Hughes, Jr. ’61, her children, four grandchildren, and her sister.
’61 Stewart Thames, Jr.
Mobile, AL, August 3, 2019 Stewart attended Rhodes College, where he played golf and beat the number-one player at Ole Miss and Mississippi State. He was a lifetime banker, including at Merchants, First Alabama, and Regions. He served at his church and his children’s schools, was an early board member for Mobile Bay Keeper, and was a longtime board member at St. Mary’s Home. He is survived by his wife, his sister, his brother, two sons, and five grandchildren.
’62 Lyn Melvin King
Marietta, GA, May 10, 2019 While at Rhodes, Lyn was a cheerleader, a member of Chi Omega, sweetheart to SAE, on the Mademoiselle College Board, and named Who’s Who Among Students. For 37 years, she taught middle school students in both Memphis and Marietta. During her teaching career, Lyn was named a STAR Teacher and Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers. She is survived by her son, her daughter, her grandchildren, and her sister.
’63 Jane Coburn McManus
Dallas, TX, July 5, 2019 Jane earned a degree in anthropology from Rhodes College and a master’s degree in psychology and counseling from Texas Women’s University. For 37 years she was in private practice at Medical City Dallas. In addition to her work with thousands of patients over the years, she was particularly proud of her work with veterans with PTSD and musicians with performance anxiety. Jane is survived by her husband, her children, ten grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
Co. She and her husband owned the Williamsburg Bookstore in DeKalb County from 1978 to 1987. Susan was an active member of Central Presbyterian Church in Atlanta. She moved to Longhorn Village retirement community in Austin in 2014, where she helped manage the library and set up a foundation for financial assistance and quality-of-life improvements for residents. She is survived by her sister, Martha Hunter Shepard ’66; her brother-in-law Randall Shepard ’64; her son, David Welch Suggs, Jr. ’95; her nephew, Jonathan Shepard ’97; and her grandchildren.
’64 Trudy Walker Pearson
Alexandria, VA, February 5, 2019 Trudy received a bachelor’s degree in English from Rhodes College and a master of arts in English from the University of Maryland, College Park. She made significant contributions as a researcher and picture editor at TimeLife Books. After Time-Life Books, Trudy studied American furniture, art, and architecture at the Sotheby’s program in New York City and worked as a freelance contributor at the National Geographic Society, as well as a curator at the Drug Enforcement Administration Museum. She is survived by her husband, her son, and her grandson.
’64 Diana Mann Reid
Memphis, TN March 21, 2019 Diane attended Rhodes College, where she was a member of Tri Delta Sorority. She was a member of the pastoral advisory committee at Christ Methodist Church. She served as president of Subsidium, Les Passees, and United Cerebral Palsy, where she started many programs to support those with special needs. Diane is survived by her husband, a daughter, a son, a granddaughter, two grandsons, a sister, and a brother.
’63 Susan Hunter Suggs
Austin, TX, June 20, 2019 Susan graduated from Rhodes College and Emory University’s School of Library Science. She worked as a research and legal librarian for Emory University’s Woodruff Library, as well as for the law firms of Hansell & Post and Jones Day Reavis & Pogue, and the Coca-Cola
’65 Bianca Bettis Freeman
Camp Hill, AL, April 18, 2019 Bianca graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in English and received her master’s in English from Memphis State
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University. She taught at LeMoyneOwens Junior College, Bluefield State College, Livingstone College, Fort Valley State College, Southern Union State Community College (adjunct faculty), and Springwood School. At Springwood School she was presented the Outstanding Service Award and, in 2001, the school named its chapter of the National Honor Society for her in recognition of her exemplary scholarship, character, leadership, and service. Bianca was also employed by Gateway Books and Cards, a chain of 73 stores, as vice president of operations. She is survived by two brothers.
’65 Guilford Jones
Redington Shores, FL, July 10, 2019 After graduating from Rhodes College, Guilford earned a doctorate in chemistry from the University of Wisconsin in Madison and did postdoctoral training at Yale University. He was a professor of chemistry at Boston University from 1971 until his retirement in 2010. For nine years he served as chairman of the chemistry department. Guilford is survived by his wife of 53 years, Patricia Dickson Jones ’64; two sons; and two grandsons.
’66 John Efford Grear III
Asheville, NC, February 17, 2019 While at Rhodes College, John played guitar in a garage band, The Counts. Memphis radio stations still have requests to play their recording of “Stormy Weather.” He enlisted in the Army in 1969 and was honorably discharged when his mother passed away, leaving him the head of his family. John began his career in finance in 1981 with JC Bradford & Company and received the certified financial planning designation in 1986, a master of science from the College of Financial Planning in 1994, and his accredited investment fiduciary designation in 2003 from the University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School of Business. He was also a board member for Memory Care in Asheville, a lifelong member of the Asheville Chamber of Commerce, and heavily involved with the Hendersonville Kiwanis Club. He is survived by his wife, a son, a daughter,
four grandchildren, and a sister.
’67 James Barney Witherington III
Covington, TN, April 3, 2019 Barney was a fourth-generation physician, and practiced in West Tennessee for 37 years. He obtained a master’s from UT and a medical degree from LSU. He was board-certified, a fellow of the American College of Physicians, and on the Tennessee Medical Board of Governors. Before pursuing his career in medicine, Barney was remembered fondly as a teacher of biology at Byars Hall in Covington, TN. He had a great appreciation for nature and the outdoors, enjoyed anything relating to locomotives and travel by rail, and was a fan of all things Disney. He is survived by his wife, three children, three grandchildren, and three siblings.
’68 William “Bill” H. Davis, Jr.
Memphis, TN July 19, 2019 Bill graduated from Rhodes College, where he was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity and a four-year letterman in baseball, and from the University of Memphis Law School in 1974. He worked for 33 years in federal service, as a staff attorney/supervisory attorney with the Office of Hearings and Appeals in Memphis; trial attorney with the National Labor Relations Board; appeals officer at the Appeals Council in Falls Church, VA; then appointed to serve as administrative law judge with Social Security in Knoxville, TN; and later as managing administrative law judge with Medicare in Cleveland, OH. Bill returned to Memphis upon retirement. He served in the Coast Guard Auxiliary for 24 years, most recently in the position of auxiliary sector coordinator for Sector Lower Mississippi River. He is survived by his wife and sisters.
’68 Benjamin B. Green
New York City, May 17, 2019 Among his many accomplishments were being executive director of the Federation to Preserve the Greenwich Village Waterfront and Great Port; president of the board of directors of the
Westbeth Center for the Arts; director of public relations for the Museum of the City of New York; public relations director for Lincoln Center‘s Vivian Beaumont Theater; and director of the SHARE Alternate AIDS Care Facility from 1987 to 1990. Ben was also listed in the 1996 “Who‘s Who in New York” for his work as a tenant activist, gay rights advocate, and historic preservationist. He is survived by his sister and his extended family.
’69 John Robert Willett
Bay St. Louis, MS, April 7, 2019 John graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in political science. He spent 25 years with Ingalls Shipbuilding and was an active member of the Pascagoula community, volunteering with his church, youth sports organizations, and the PHS band. Upon retirement, John pursued a lifelong passion of joining the ministry and was commissioned a lay pastor in the Presbyterian USA Church. He served Old Town Presbyterian in Bay Saint Louis for nearly 10 years. He is survived by two sisters, four children, and six grandchildren.
’70 Patricia Ann Claxton Howard
Memphis, TN, March 5, 2019 Patricia graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in sociology. She began her career with Girls Inc. of Memphis as a college work-study student and continued that career for more than 50 years, ultimately leading the Memphis affiliate as president/CEO and as Girls Inc. Region II director. She was inducted into the Memphis chapter of The Links, Incorporated in 1987. Patricia received the 2017 Girls Inc. of Memphis Smart Award, the 2004 Rhodes College Black Student Association Alumni of the Year Award, the 1999 Pinnacle Leadership Award from Youth United Way, The Thomas W. Briggs Award for Community Service, the 1997 Mertie Buckman Mentor Award from the Women’s Foundation, and the 1992 Women of Achievement Vision Award. She is survived by her spouse, Aubrey J. Howard ’72, her son, and three grandchildren.
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’71 Ellen Reid Lackey Colter
Nashville, TN, Februry 22, 2019 Ellen earned a bachelor‘s degree in psychology from Rhodes College and went on to earn a master of librarianship from Emory University. She served as a children’s librarian for the Nashville Public Library for 24 years. She was also active in the Junior League, the Delta Delta Delta Alumnae Group, the Florence Crittenton Services Junior Board, and Family and Children’s Services as a board member. Ellen is survived by her brother; her children, including Mary Reid Tevis ’99; and her grandchildren.
’71 Jeff Adams Crow
Memphis, TN, February 28, 2019 After attending Rhodes College, Jeff earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence at the University of Tennessee – Knoxville. He returned to Memphis and concentrated in the areas of personal injury, criminal defense, workers compensation, and medical malpractice. Jeff earned several accolades and honors during his career, including being admitted in 1974 to the U.S. District Court-Western District of TN, arguing a case in the U.S. Supreme Court in 1988, and being chosen as a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum (honoring top trial lawyers in America). In addition, he was featured on major news networks, most notably the oldest and most-watched newsmagazine, 60 Minutes. Jeff retired from his practice after serving the Memphis community for more than 35 years. Outside of his law career, he remained devoted and committed to serving his fraternity, Kappa Sigma. He is survived by his wife, Paula, his son and daughter, and two grandchildren.
’72 William E. Duckworth
Woodbury, CT, July 19, 2019 Bill graduated from Rhodes College with a degree in English literature. His unconventional path through life included time spent at places from Truro, Cape Cod, to Greenwich Village, with occupations ranging from woodworker to editor. He was an editor at Fine Woodworking magazine in Newtown for 10 years. He was an Eagle Scout in Dyersburg, TN, where he
spent his later childhood and was a scout leader and committee member for Troop 54 in Woodbury. Bill is survived by his children, his sisters, and his brothers.
’73 Luther Terrell “Terry” Tyler
Somerville, MA, July 24, 2019 After attending Rhodes College, Terry earned his Ph.D. from Yale University before joining the Wellesley faculty, where he was a winner of the Pinanski Prize for excellence in teaching. He was a member of the Wellesley College Department of English from 1978 until 2017. In addition to his training in English literature, he was a deeply informed lover of movies and sport and of popular music and culture. Over the course of his career, Terry taught courses on romantic poetry, Shakespeare, medieval literature, Milton, the history of the novel, and others. In addition, he designed and taught courses in many subjects, including the culture of New Orleans, Southern literature, the literature of suffering, twentieth-century British cinema, gospel music, and devotional poetry. He is survived by his wife, his daughters, and his brothers.
’75 Lawrence Houston Keesee
Memphis, TN, July 30, 2019 Lawrence was devoted to the development of the Charles H. Hull Fund at the Community Foundation and a member of the Memphis Hunt and Polo Club. An avid fly fisherman, he supported Trout Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, and Warriors and Quiet Waters of Bozeman, MT. He loved cross-country skiing, opera, classical guitar, and cheering the Ole Miss Rebels every Saturday. Keesee is survived by his wife; his brothers, including John H. Keesee ’73; and his sister.
’77 Noel Monaghan Russell
Stuart, FL, February 19, 2019 Noel graduated from Rhodes College and was inducted into Alpha Beta Kappa. He received a master’s degree in history from Delta State University in 1983. Pursuing a career as a teacher, he moved to south Mississippi in 1982. He taught history and acted as an administrator at several schools in the region for 20 years, then
moved to Stuart, FL, where he worked for many years at a local bookstore. Noel is survived by his sister and a brother.
’79 Donas “Don” Haymes
Indianapolis, IN, June 1, 2019 Don received a master’s in library science from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville and a master’s from Harvard Divinity School. He served in many professional capacities, including editor-in-chief for Mercer University Press, assistant librarian for the University of the South, and director of index programs for the American Theological Library Association. Don was a contributor of articles to many professional and religious periodicals and was a member of the American Society of Church History, Society of Biblical Literature, American Academy of Religion, American Theological Library Association, Christian Library Association, Disciples of Christ Historical Society, and the Southern Poverty Law Center. He is survived by his wife, his son, and his three granddaughters.
’81 Steven M. Garrett
Louisville, KY, February 25, 2019 Steve graduated from Rhodes College magna cum laude with a degree in chemistry. After graduation, he followed his father and grandfather into the family business and pursued his lifelong career with Garrett-Stotz Company, where he served as chief financial officer. He is survived by his wife, four children, his father, and his sister.
’84 Richard “Dick” Henry Lindeman, Sr.
Lookout Mountain, TN March 4, 2019 While at Rhodes, Dick played on the school’s football, basketball, and baseball teams and was inducted into the Rhodes Athletic Hall of Fame in 2014. He began his professional career in Atlanta, working at C&S Bank’s private banking department. He later joined his alma mater, The Westminster Schools, as their assistant director of admissions and assistant director of development. While
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in that role, he was instrumental in starting a marketing department for the school and later became the marketing director. In 1997, Lindeman began managing Concept Packaging Group’s new office in Chattanooga, TN. He was an active member and deacon of Lookout Mountain Presbyterian Church. When declining health due to multiple sclerosis caused Dick to leave his chosen profession, he decided to dedicate the rest of his life to serving God. He especially wanted to reach young people with a message of finding one’s identity first and foremost, not in what they do, but in who they are as children of God. Dick is survived by his wife, Charlotte Craig Lindeman ’86; his parents, his children; and his siblings, including Henry V. Lindeman ’91.
’85 Sevgi Christina Curtis
Sausalito, CA, November 3, 2018 Sevgi was born on February 7, 1963, in Memphis to Sumer Ertur Curtis ’62 and Dana Carlton Curtis, Jr. ‘58. She spent much of her childhood in Turkey, returned to Memphis, and attended White Station High School. Always on her own path, after graduation from Rhodes with a degree in business, Sevgi enjoyed a successful modeling career, working primarily in Europe and Asia. She then founded and ran Carpetbackers, a company that designed, manufactured, and imported beautiful handmade shoes, purses, and pillows created from vintage Turkish kilims. Sevgi was a true citizen of the world and her circle of friends and relatives spans the globe. She spoke four languages and traveled extensively. Most recently, she and her husband lived in Gibraltar for eight years before moving to Sausalito, where she pursued an advanced degree in nutrition, one of her many passions. While the first thing one might notice about Sevgi was her beauty, what many remember about her was the way she made them feel. Her kindness, her intelligence, her enthusiasm, and giving spirit uplifted us all. Her contagious smile and joyful laugh will never be forgotten. Sevgi was a True and Constant Friend. She is survived by her loving and devoted husband, Janos
Libor; her mother, Sumer Ertur Curtis ‘62; two brothers; a sister; and her uncle, James Curtis ’60.
’93 George “Bennie” Watson
Vestavia Hills, AL, March 15, 2019 Bennie attended Rhodes College, where he played on the Lynx football team and graduated with a degree in biology. He spent his career in biomedical sales, most recently founding Watson Medical Group. He was a faithful member of VHUMC, helping teach adult and youth Sunday school and chaperoning youth events, and loved coaching youth league football, hunting with his sons and friends, and following collegiate sports. Bennie served as head coach for six Vestavia Hills teams in the JSYFL League, leading four to championship wins. He is survived by his wife, three sons, his mother, his sister, and his brother.
’96 Robert Christopher “Chris” Laster
Birmingham, AL, June 23, 2019 Chris graduated from Rhodes College with honors. He was an intense and loyal fan of the Memphis Tigers and promoted his team and his hometown of Memphis with enthusiasm. He was a lifelong learner who knew every person had a story to tell, something to teach, and he would listen. His passion to help those who could not help themselves extended to both people and animals. Laster is survived by his parents and his siblings.
’15 Matthew A. Moore
Austin, TX, August, 2019 Matthew earned his degree in history at Rhodes College, where he edited the historical journal and was named most outstanding history major. He supervised youth in the Crossroads to Freedom project to document their neighborhoods’ roles in the c ivil rights m ovement. Later, he moved to Houston to work as a library specialist, then to Austin, where he pursued a masters’ degree in information studies at the University of Texas. Matthew was recently named volunteer of the year at Austin History Center. A pianist, he created music throughout his life. Matthew’s sensitivity, patience, and
humor earned him a deeply connected set of loved ones, including his beloved partner, Russell Durrett. Like the Christ to whom he was devoted, he delighted in the natural world. He believed that the stories of marginalized people hold awesome power to bring about justice. He strove to sow harmony in discord. Children and babies loved him. He is survived by his partner; his father; his mother, Ann E. Sartwell ’88; and his sister.
Friends of the College P’86 Dunbar Abston, Jr.
Memphis, TN, July 9, 2019 Dunbar was a long-time friend, supporter, and benefactor of Rhodes College. He was devoted to the Memphis community and served on many boards including Rhodes College, Memphis Zoo, Dixon Gallery and Gardens, Memphis Symphony, Memphis Library Foundation Board, Hutchison School, Plough Community Foundation, Suicide and Crisis Prevention Center, and First Tennessee Bank. In 1998, he established the Connie Abston Chair of Literature to support the Rhodes Department of English. Devoted to life-long learning, in 1987 Dunbar designed and established a Meeman Center program “The Lore of Literature,” which he taught for some 15 years. He is survived by his beloved wife of 41 years, Connie Condon Abston. He leaves two daughters, two sons, and four adopted children, including Martha Early ’86, 16 grandchildren, two greatgrandchildren, and one great greatgrandchild, who all brought him great joy.
L inda Burks
Memphis, TN, April 4, 2019 Linda retired as an assistant superintendent of housekeeping after 37 years of dedicated service to Rhodes College. She is survived by her son.
C orrection: The obituary for Marvin Bailey ’62 in the Spring 2019 edition of Rhodes magazine should have included the graduation year of his life partner, Sue Ann Jenkerson ’73.
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Honor Roll of Donors 2018-2019 Our students’ passion for learning is matched by the passion for giving from our alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends. We express our deepest gratitude to all who sustain Rhodes College with their financial investments.
Passed away (^) • Parents of current students or graduates (P) • Grandparents of current students or graduates (GP)
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The Benefactors’ The Peyton Circle
Nalle Rhodes Society The Peyton Nalle Rhodes Society in the Paul Barret, Jr. Library includes the names of those who are our most generous benefactors.
Paul Barret, Jr. ’46^ Walter D. Bellingrath^ Corella Allen^ and Bertram F. Bonner^ Neville Frierson ’58 and John H. Bryan ’58 Joyce A. Mollerup and Robert H. Buckman Mertie W.^ and Stanley J. Buckman^ Linda and Mike Curb The Day Foundation Hazel McLain^ and Ralph C. Hon^ Lina Matthews^ The Plough Foundation Robert and Ruby Priddy Charitable Trust Patricia K. and Charles W. Robertson, Jr. ’65 Rebecca Webb and Spence L. Wilson
The Benefactors’ Circle in the Cloister of Southwestern Hall includes the names of those who have made historic commitments to Rhodes. Connie and Dunbar Abston P’86 Emily P.^ and Emerson A. Alburty^ Lucille Hamer ’48 and Robert W. Amis ’48^ ARAMARK Corporation Assisi Foundation Ann Pridgen ’47 and Edgar H. Bailey^ Laura M. and John J. Barker, Sr. P’16 Paul Barret, Jr. ’46^ Walter D. Bellingrath^ Carolyn^ and Winton M. Blount^ Corella Allen^ and Bertram F. Bonner^ The Thomas W. Briggs Foundation L. Palmer Brown III ’30^ Neville Frierson ’58 and John H. Bryan ’58, P’83, P’85 Joyce A. Mollerup and Robert H. Buckman ’13 Mertie W.^ and Stanley J. Buckman^ Stratton H. Bull, Jr. ’74 Valerie S. and Glenn C. Burgess Catherine^ and A. K. Burrow^ Christine Barham Caruthers^ Rachel M.^ and S. DeWitt Clough^ Patricia H. and John H. Crabtree, Jr. ’57^ Deborah Legg ’80 and Robert E. Craddock, Jr. P’12 Brenda and Lester Crain ’51 Linda and Mike Curb
The Walter D. Bellingrath Society
With deep gratitude, Rhodes College honors members of The Walter D. Bellingrath Society, whose concern for the future financial strength of Rhodes has led them to make historic deferred gifts to the college.
The Day Foundation William B. Dunavant, Jr. Maria E. and Manoucher D. Farahani P’13 Sarah M.^ and Robert C. Flemister, Jr. ’26^ The Ford Foundation Catherine Moore ’40^ and Charles H. Freeburg ’39^ Nancy Hill ’51^ and Arthur F. Fulmer, Jr. Allison Badger and Thomas M. Garrott III GP’21 Alfred C. Glassell, Sr. ’11^ The Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust Boyce^ and Cecil M. Gooch^ The Hassell Family^ of Clifton, Tennessee Marie C.^ and Napoleon Hill^ Hazel McLain^ and Ralph C. Hon^ John C. Hugon ’77, P’09^ The Hyde Family Foundations Margaret Ruffin Hyde ’34^ Dorothy C. King^ The Kresge Foundation Riea M. and Steven R. Lainoff P’11,’15 E.H. Little^ Suzanne and W. Neely Mallory, Jr. Edward C. Martin, Jr. ’41^ Jo and John B. Maxwell, Jr. ’57 Virginia^ and Robert D. McCallum ^ Harry B. McCoy, Jr.^ Mabel McCall and Phillip H. McNeill P’96 Joseph W. Blount ’79 Carole L. Branyan ’67 Robert H. Buckman Joyce A. Mollerup Alan E. Curle ’82 Andrew S. London Nancy K. DiPaolo ’87 Wilda Henderson Dodson ’74 William Hudgins Margaret J. Gatz ’66 Elizabeth Sheppard Hurley ’84 Mark Nolan Hurley ’82 Gayden Rasberry Jones ’59 ^ Dorothy Orgill Kirsch P’77 Jo Maxwell
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Pamela Furer and William J. Michaelcheck ’69 Judith Deavenport ’56 and Frank M. Mitchener, Jr. P’88 Axson Brown and G. Bryan Morgan Lillian^ and Morrie A. Moss^ Bruce K. and Harold F. Ohlendorf ’31^ Catherine D.^ and Edmund Orgill^ Irene L. and Joseph Orgill P’82 Weetie^ and Harry J. Phillips, Sr.^ The Plough Foundation Carol W. and James H. Prentiss^ Robert and Ruby Priddy Charitable Trust Linda W. and S. Herbert Rhea^ Josie^ and Julian Robertson Patricia K. and Charles W. Robertson, Jr. ’65 Valeria and James T. Robertson ’53, P’80, GP’09 Martha R.^ and James D. Robinson^ Jac C. Ruffin ’41^ James F. Ruffin^ Jan S. and J.S. Seidman^ Leone W.^ and P.K. Seidman^ Cindy L. and John C. Sites ’74 Jeannette Spann ’30^ Irma O. Sternberg^ James A. Thomas III ’62^ Debby and John M. Wallace III ’75 Terry E. Westbrook ’66^ Mary Wilson White^ The Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation Dorothy^ and Kemmons Wilson^ Rebecca Webb and Spence L. Wilson Marjorie Jennings ’39^ and Alvin W. Wunderlich, Jr. ’39^
John B. Maxwell, Jr. ’57 Paul S. Mostert ’50 Elizabeth Roe Pearce ’91 Randall R. Rhea ’77 Ann Rollow Ross ’52 James A. Thomas III ’62 ^ Nancy Laws Thomas Rebecca Wynn Weiler ’69 Richard E. Weiler David Williams Rebecca Webb Wilson Spence L. Wilson William C. Wilson ’61 ^ David Williams Winston Wolfe
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The Ralph C. Hon Society
With deep gratitude, Rhodes College recognizes members of the Ralph C. Hon Society who have ensured the future strength of the college by making Rhodes a direct beneficiary of a variety of estate plans including will provisions, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and life insurance policies. Connie Abston P’86 Dunbar Abston, Jr. P’86 ^ Charles Maurice Agee III ’99 Madison Moore Agee ’99 Lucille Hamer Amis ’48 Marshall Amis Bartlett C. Arnold Ruth Foster Arnold ’77 Elaine VanAuken Atkinson ’72, P’97, P’00, P’08 John T. Atkinson ’70, P’97, ’00, P’08 John A. Austin, Jr. ’52 Michelle B. Babcock ’98 Cynthia Brown Bair ’83 Kent D. Bair D. Lorraine Barlett ’80 Frank G. Barton III ’78 Lynn Bibb Barton ’80 Martha J. Becker Leo Berg ’78 Mary Lynn Wells Bersey ’74 Richard D. Bird, Jr. ’83 Charles P. Boone Robert L. Booth, Jr. ’58, P’82, ’85 ^ Helen Deupree Brandon ’51, GP’06, GP’08 Mary Jane Howard Brandon ’66 Chip Brian ’94 David E. Brock ’80 Stratton H. Bull, Jr. ’74 Anne S. Caldwell ’51 Bruce E. Campbell, Jr. Judith Campbell Christopher W. Cardwell ’94 David B. Carr ’98 Lorna Lyell Chain ’87 Thomas S. Chain Sandra Beck Charlton ’83 T. Smith Charlton ’78 Anthony J. Chivetta Dolores Chivetta Kenneth F. Clark, Jr. Carolyn Clay James Nelson Clay III ’51 Lu Lee Cobb Oliver P. Cobb III ’76 Beverly Claire Cole Stephen H. Cole ’68 William O. Coley, Jr. ’50
Kevin E. Collins ’81 Leigh L. Collins B. Bruce Cook, Jr. ’68 Claudia Cooper Cook ’69 H. Brent Cooke, IV ’83 Lisa Davis Cooke Harry L. Cornish, Jr. ’62 Deborah Legg Craddock ’80, P’12 Robert E. Craddock, Jr. P’12 Henry R. Crais ’58, P’94 Nancy Stillman Crais P’94 Judith Devore Crumby Robert H. Crumby ’53 Cecil G. Culverhouse Georgia S. Davis William H. Davis, Jr. ’68 ^ Edward A. de Villafranca ’83 H. Tucker Dewey ’84 F. Elaine Donelson ’59 Edna Earl Douglas John P. Douglas ’48 Edward G. Dudley III ’84 Lynn Myrick Dudley ’82 Tommie S. Dunavant William B. Dunavant, Jr. Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Lee Seabrook Duncan ’73 Judith Simono Durff ’66 Thomas H. Durff ’65 Carl G. Dury II ’72 Elizabeth Larson Eckford ’82 Erroll Eckford III ’81 Carolyn Edwards P’11 Michael A. Edwards ’79, P’11 Lawrence A. Egger Patricia Butterworth Egger ’65 Barbara Swaim Ensrud ’61 James G. Finley ’62 Mary Lou Carwile Finley ’64 Demaris Bailey Ford ’84 L. Dossett Foster ’64 Linda Foster W. Aaron Foster ’67 Deborah B. Frisch Frank A. Frisch ’77 Mary Taylor Gallagher Allison Garrott GP’21 Thomas M. Garrott III GP’21 Virginia Gayle Mary R. Goodloe ’84
Leslie T. Hanna ’68 Dabney Nicholls Haugh ’74, P’04 Robert M. Haugh ’73, P’04 Beth Highsmith Samuel C. Highsmith ’67 Cyril E. Hollingsworth, Jr ’64 Norma Keisling Holmes 52 ^ William M. Holmes, Jr. ’64 Elizabeth A.D. Hood Jason P. Hood ’87 Michael Horberg Marcus C. Houston ’70, P’99 Scott P. Howard ’73 James G. Howell II Karen Hulett William B. Hulett ’69 Catherine Howe Hunt ’81 Mark T. Hunt Craig A. Ingvalson ’81 Katy B. Ingvalson Jeanne L. Jackson T. Francis Jackson III ’62 Katherine Sessoms Jacobi ’91 Paula Shapiro Jacobson Bridget Jensen Sarah Josephine Johnson ^ Richard C. Kamm, Jr. ’96 Sarah R. Kamm Patricia F. Kepple Thomas R. Kepple, Jr. Louise Lyell Lampton ’88, P’19, P’20 Lucius M. Lampton ’88, P’19, P’20 Patricia A. Lane ’72 James C. Lanier Martha Schulz Laurie ’69 Moshe G. Laurie Patricia Weaver Lawrence ’50, GP’12 William S. Lawrence GP’12 Walter S. Lazenby, Jr. ’51 Nancy Hope Lenox ’71 V. Markham Lester ’73 Donald J. Lineback P’07 Judith Ward Lineback P’07 Frances Livesay Jerry L. Lovelace, Jr. ’86 Beverly Luttrell W. Paul Luttrell Andrew L. MacQueen ’87 Kimberly Chickey MacQueen ’83 Suzanne Mallory W. Neely Mallory, Jr. H. Grady Marlow III ’72 Kathy Marlow Vern E. McCarty ’66 Mary McCallum McDonnell Michael McDonnell ^ Susan Robinson McLean ’58, P’82, P’85, ’89 William H. McLean ’57, P’82, P’85, P’89 N. P. McWhirter III ’73, P’03, ’10 Susan Neal McWhirter ’75,
P’03, P’10 David R. McWilliams ’78 Laurie R. McWilliams Katharine Miller Meacham ’43, P’83 Melissa Ann Melton Stevens D. Melton ’77 Lisa Gilchrist Mischke ’81, P’13 Philip E. Mischke ’79, P’13 Virginia Roberson Mitchell ’60 William G. Mitchell Catherine Harrell Morehead ’82 Robert T. Morehead ’82 C. Eric Mount, Jr. ’57, P’83, ’83, ’85 Truly Brown Mount ’59, P’83, P’83, P’85 Philip P. Mulkey ’77 Shelia Mulkey Carolyn Wagner Neiman ’70 Chris Nunn ’97 Kimberlee L. Nunn Chandra Thakkar O’Keefe ’95 Michael G. O’Keefe ’81 Amy Inklebarger Ogden P’00, P’05 Harry P. Ogden ’71, P’00, ’05 Anna Ruth Olswanger ’75 John K. Osoinach ’69, P’93 Carol Corbitt Overend P’96 G. David Overend ’96 George D. Overend P’96 Willson M. Overend Richard A. Park ’59 Michael D. Pearigen ’77 John R. Pharis ’67 Pamela A. Portwood ’78 R. Michael Potter Rosemary Wood Potter ’70 Carol Prentiss Anne Pyron Carolyn Tatum Ray ’90 Christopher C. Ray ’88 J. William Reddoch III ’84 Teresa Reddoch Jenny Reid William W. Reid, Jr. David Reinmund ’82 Linda Rhea Mary Jane Smalley Roberts ’58 Paul O. Roberts Arthur W. Rollins ’81, P’13 Cathy Rollins P’13 William B. Rudner GP’07 Diane Sanders P’89, ’90 H. Stanford Sanders ’63, P’89, P’90 C.V. “Bo” Scarborough, Jr. ’67 Carolyn P. Schriber Elaine K. Shanley John R. Shanley, Jr. ’84 Ed Sharp, Jr. ’72 Nelly Galloway Shearer ’60
Passed away (^) • Parents of current students or graduates (P) • Grandparents of current students or graduates (GP)
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THE RALPH C. HON SOCIETY Elizabeth Catherine Skvarla P’99, ’02 John E. Skvarla P’99, ’02 Eva M. Sladen J. Brian Sladen Elisabeth Lyles Smith P’10 Scott Alan Smith P’10 W. Hamilton Smythe, III ’52 James F. Springfield, Jr. ’51, P’87, GP ’12 Robert L. Stewart ’53 ^ Jay Sumner, Jr. ’93 Kathryn Whitsitt Tanner ’57 Margaret Tanner Ray U. Tanner ’54 Raymond L. Tanner J. Charles Taylor ’74 Mark W. Taylor ’80 Virginia Norquist Taylor William Taylor Thomas P. Teasley ’69 Peggy Ross Templeton ’56, GP’23 John J. Thomason ’51 Sally Palmer Thomason Margareta O. Thompson Robert T. Threlkeld ’82, P’16 Stephanie E. Threlkeld P’16 Ivy Trippeer Richard A. Trippeer, Jr. Carole Pearson Troutt William E. Troutt Donald W. Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Sybil Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Ralph V. Turner ’57 Rann L. Vaulx ’60 Robert R. Waller Benjamin F. Ward, Jr. ’65, P’91, P’93 David D. Watts ’63 Janet Watts H. Reiter Webb, Jr. ’52 Jane McGowin Webb Brenda K. Webb-Lanier Erwin Hansch Westmoreland ’57 Lewis P. Wexler Lynda Lipscomb Wexler ’60 Pamela Stewart Wild Robert M. Wild, Jr. ’66 Sue Legge Wilkie Barbara Williams George W. Wilson III ’53, P’79, GP’15 Natalie Wilson P’79, GP’15 Daniel Keith Wood P’14 Eileen Ruffin Wood ’89, P’14 Mae Milner Wood Robert Wright Velma Wright Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg ’62 Ron A. Yarbrough
Restricted Gifts, Deferred Gifts, and Gifts to the Endowment
Rhodes gratefully acknowledges the following alumni, parents, and friends who made gifts restricted for specific purposes, deferred gifts, or gifts to build Rhodes’ permanent endowment this year.
$50,000 and Up
Elizabeth Wray Anderson ’68, P’98 J. Brady Anderson ’67, P’98 D. Lorraine Barlett ’80 Carol Piplar Barton P’92 James H. Barton P’92 Mertie W. Buckman ^ Deborah Legg Craddock ’80, P’12 Kelty Crain P’12 Rogers L. Crain P’12 Oran B. Dent ’59 ^ Lewis R. Donelson III ’38 ^ Betty Eckels P’70 Lawrence A. Egger Patricia Butterworth Egger ’65 Amy Goldman Fowler Cary Fowler ’71 P’19 Franklin Frederick Benton ’64 Betsy Hollingsworth Amy Farley Howe ’83, P’19 R. Davis Howe, Jr. ’83 Dorothy Orgill Kirsch P’77 Mary Jack Rich McCord ’51 James L. McElroy ’69 Katherine Maddox McElroy ’77 Charles W. Robertson, Jr. ’65 Patricia K. Robertson James T. Robertson ’53, P’80, GP’09 ^ Valeria Robertson P’80, GP’09 Chris Sanders W. Reid Sanders Charlaine Harris Schulz ’73 Harold E. Schulz, Jr. Elizabeth LeMaster Simpson ’58 Katherine Hinds Smythe ’53 ^ Henry M. Turley, Jr. Lynne Turley Mary Rodriguez Wardrop ’55 ^ Rebecca Webb Wilson Spence L. Wilson Two Anonymous Donors
$10,000 - $49,999
Claudia A. Bartholomew P’18 Joseph A. Bartholomew P’18 Allan Bernstein C.W. Butler III ’63 Joan Davis Butler Bena Cates George E. Cates
Stephen J. Ceccoli Li Han Meg Thomas Crosby Scott J. Crosby Jerald M. Duncan ’61 Barry D. Johnson ’83, P’17 Ethel Ashton Harrell ’54 ^ Susanna Yarbrough Johnson P’17 James T. McDonald, Jr. ’51 ^ James E. McGehee, Jr. Elizabeth Roe Pearce ’91 Robert R. Waller
$1,000 - $9,999
Connie Abston P’86 Dunbar Abston, Jr. P’86 ^ John R. Adams, Jr. ’81 Stephanie Bankston Adams ’82 Edmund R. Agee, Jr. ’91 Joseph H. Autry, III ’65 G. Mitchell Baldree ’83 Marie Farrar Baldree ’85 Elizabeth A. Baxter ’85 Anthony Benedetto Gayle Scott Storey ’70 Franklin Frederick Benton P’13 Marjo Kay Benton P’13 Jennifer Wood Blackwood R. Allen Blackwood, Jr. ’88 William S. Boyd, Jr. ’65, P’15 Joyce P. Jacobsen P’15 Carole L. Branyan ’67 John A. Brayton ’71 Susan E. Brown P’10, P’16 William R. McCoy P’10, P’16 Ann J. Bullion P’20 Justin G. Bullion P’20 Julie Story Byerley ’92 Robert C. Cain ’90 Christopher W. Cardwell ’94 Mary T. Gallagher Richard E. Cardwell P’94 Susan Harley Cardwell P’94 Ernest C. Clifton II ’67, P’03 Sandra Cederberg Clifton ’69, P’03 E. Ralph Cotham IV P’84, P’92, P’94 Mary Frances Buxton Cotham ’62, P’84, P’92, P’94 Jeffery K. Davis ’85, P’16 Mary Lynn Tucker Davis ’84, P’16
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Laura L. Doramus Mark C. Doramus ’80 Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Lee Seabrook Duncan ’73 James R. Durham ’67 Jane Durham David C. Durham ’78, P’04 Kimberly Freeman Durham ’78, P’04 Cynthia Pfohl Erensen ’05 Michael Erensen Manny Farahani P’13 Maria Farahani P’13 Maureen McCabe Farr ’91 Patrick N. Farr ’91 Patricia M. Flynn ’77 Jerry D. Heston ’78 D’Andrea Sylva Franklin P’18, P’22 M. Jerome Franklin ’89, P’18, P’22 Russell E. Galloway ’80, P’10, P’15 Sherry J. Galloway P’10, P’15 Peter Y. Gunn Veronica Lawson Gunn ’91 Daniel B. Hatzenbuehler ’71 Robin Ritter Hatzenbuehler ’71 Patty Hermann Robert C. Hermann ’73 Bruce E. Herron ’65 Judy E. Herron Zachary D. Hill ’08 Kristin Dwelle Hurst ’88 Vernon Hurst Lisa Broemmelsick Jehl P’13 Louis Crowley Jehl, Jr. P’13 L. Mathew Jehl ’13 Sonya N. Jones ’95 Lynn Jaseph Jones ’59, P’85 John C. Kaltner Allan B. Korsakov ’64 ^ Leslie Nelson Lee ’86, P’21 Timothy R. Lee P’21 Alton L. Lightsey, Jr. ’66 Andrew L. MacQueen ’87 Ahad Mahootchi ’88 Carole Mahootchi Suzanne Mallory W. Neely Mallory, Jr. H. Grady Marlow III ’72 Kathy Marlow Mimi McCallum Robert D. McCallum, Jr. Marian L. McCord P’16, P’18 R. Scott McCord ’85, P’16, P’18 Betty McMahon Marshall E. McMahon Belinda McSween Philip S. McSween ’87 Charles Harvey McTier Margaret Ruyl McTier ’61 Brenda Partee Morris Herman Morris, Jr. ’73 Carol Corbitt Overend P’96
George D. Overend P’96 Robert H. Packer ’65 Michael A. Palazzolo ’86 Amanda Waller Peoples ’96 John D. Peoples Andrea Rose Picerno ’95 Richard A. Picerno II ’93 Joanna Smith Priester ’88, P’15 W. Bradford Priester ’86, P’15 Morris T. Reagan ’60 Deborah Robinson P’13 Kent Robinson P’13 Diane Goodman Sachs ’61 Robert Vidulich Joellyn Forrester Sullivan ’77 Donald J. Sumner, Jr. ’93 Amy Morris Teal P’23 Eric M. Teal ’91, P’23 Ann Thompson Francis B. Wakefield III Robert Mark Thomas Walker ’99 Emily Holloway Walker ’64, P’04 J. Robert Walker III P’04 Pamela Stewart Wild Robert M. Wild, Jr. ’66 Barbara Williams Patricia Mosser Wolf P’01 Eric F. Wong ’16 Linda Kay Yates ’69 One Anonymous Donor
Up to $1,000
Ben C. Adams, Jr. Kathy B. Adams Julie Clare Antaya P’12 Richard Scott Antaya P’12 John E. Arehart ’64 Karen Joyce Arkin ’84 G. Wright Bates, Jr. ’87, P’23 Kimberly Collins Bates ’88, P’23 Elaine B. Beeler P’99 Dameron Black IV Nancy Cotham Black ’94 J. Barron Boyd, Jr. ’71 Carol Anne DeForest ’71 Jerry M. Bradfield ’67 Kathleen Davis Bradfield ’67 David A. Branch ’88 Frances Groves Branch ’86 Mark H. Brewer Mary Barrett Brewer ’82 S. Toof Brown, Jr. ’47 ^ Suzanne Brown Stanton M. Brown ’14 Stratton H. Bull, Jr. ’74 Shawnecca Deserea Burke ’14 Geoffrey Calkins Diana M. Comes ’08 Charlease DeAnn Cannon ’15 Sandra Cartwright Donna Ann Chu ’74 Mark L. Crawford ’74
Sarah Katherine Cole ’15 Diana M. Comes ’08 Mark A. Erskine ’03 David A. Cotton ’67 Joshua D. Elliott ’19 Mark A. Erskine ’03 Anna Gallaher Farris James H. Ferguson Larry F. Ferrere II Anne Gray Finley P’99, P’01 Mack T. Finley P’99, P’01 James G. Finley ’62 Mary Lou Carwile Finley ’64 Tillman J. Finley ’99 Jaclyn Moyer Jessie Yarbrough Flanders ’04 C. Lee Giles ’68 Christopher J. Giles ’16 Thomas L. Grimes, Jr. Gregg Grinspan Lee B. Grinspan ’73 Sharon Grinspan Lisa M. Hagan Webb ’05 Courtenay L. Harter Cassandra Morgan Hawkins ’92 Becky Y. Hayes P’20 Rozell C. Henderson ’85 Evalie Hill Terry W. Hill Donald M. Hollingsworth ’67 Abigail Bateman Hubbell P’13 Paul Joseph Hubbell III P’13 Timothy S. Huebner Kristin Marie Lensch James P. Hurley P’19 Kelly Ferrell Hurley P’19 Alan P. Jaslow Carolyn Renzulli Jaslow Joshua J. Jefferies ’07 Sonia Audrey Nkashama ’07 Anthi P. Jerow P’14, P’16 Mr. J. Randall Jerow P’14, P’16 Eric John P’19 Julie John P’19 Peggy Jones William Carrington Jones ^ Anne Froom Jones ’88 John Marshall Jones ’85 Danielle Marie Jones ’14 Gerald A. Koonce ’73 Myrna Thomas Irene M. Labombarde P’17 Peter M. Labombarde P’17 Daisy Laird ’13 Michael J. LaRosa Anna M. Laymon ’11 Joseph J. Svejkosky ’11 Corina Yuan Shiu Lee P’19 Richard A. Zimmerman P’19 Rebecca Ann Williams Leslie ’07 Jiemin Li ’12 Rachel Elise Loveland ’10 Memphis Leigh Madden ’15 Burton M. Marshall GP’12
Joni F. Marshall GP’12 Tamara Lenee Martin ’03 Francesca Davis McKee ’08 Margaret B. McKee ’54 Laura Elizabeth McLain ’10 Eric B. Miller Dhammika S. J. Muesse Mark W. Muesse Joseph J. Nash ’81 Damon A. Norcross ’98 Melanie Smith Norcross ’96 Carl R. Nuckolls ’68 Benjamin D. Owens ’13 Charlotte Patton Parks ’83 Paul N. Parks, Jr. ’83 Leah Coffman Paul ’04 P. Lloyd Paul IV ’04 Susan Mayer Pauls ’66 LaKevia Rosha Perry ’12 Timothy R. Pruitt, Jr. ’07 Alizza Taal Punzalan-Randle ’97 Kendall Caroline Reed ’17 Rebecca A. Rivera-Criscillis ’01 Alexandra T. Routh ’10 Ellen Rutledge Joe C. Rutledge ’72 Charles C. Sadler David H. Sick Elisabeth Lyles Smith P’10 Scott Alan Smith P’10 Betty Wood Storrs ’53 ^ Ann Summers Taylor P’19 John J. Wall P’19 Todd E. Taylor Thomas E. Veazey Gilbert B. Wilson Emily Zacharias
Passed away (^) • Parents of current students or graduates (P) • Grandparents of current students or graduates (GP)
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Scholarships and Restricted Funds
The following endowed and restricted funds received support of $1,000 or more during this year. Abe Goodman Memorial Scholarship ACS Faculty Grant - Ancient Cultures Adam P. Beeler Christian Service with Youth Scholarship Athletic Booster Club (Lynx Club) Beth Bevill Hollingsworth Scholarship Bill and Carole Troutt Endowment Fund Bob Waller Chair of Population Health
Brown Scholarship C.L. and Mildred W. Springfield Honors Scholarship C.A. and Louise Branyan Fellowship Endowment Cardwell Family Scholarship Carolyn McAfee Annual Fine Arts Fellowship Catherine Burrow Refectory Renovation CBIZ MHM Scholarship Charlaine Harris Schulz Counseling Fund Charles and Helen Branyan Fellowship Endowment
Corporate, Foundation, and Church Gifts
Rhodes gratefully acknowledges the following businesses, foundations, and churches that contributed to the college this year. denotes gifts reflecting an increase to a higher range. ≈ denotes companies that matched gifts of their employees to Rhodes.
Associates $20,000 and Up
AIG ≈ American Snuff Company, LLC The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation ARAMARK Corporation Associated Colleges of the South, Inc. Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation Benevity Community Impact Fund ≈ Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation Community Foundation of Greater Memphis FedEx Corporation
Fidelity Brokerage Services, LLC Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund ≈ Hope Christian Community Foundation J.R. Hyde III Family Foundation Joan B. Gardner Estate Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital Neuroscience Institute Lillian Goldman Charitable Trust Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare Schwab Charitable SEI Giving Fund St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Charlie Robertson Scholarship at MBL in Woods Hole CubeSat Project Dave and Amy Howe Endowed Scholarship Clarence Day Scholarships Do Ann Johnson Falk ’67 Scholarship Elizabeth Rodgers Dobell Scholarship Emily and Tom Holloway Scholarship Field Hockey Football George R. Johnson Service
The Crain Foundation The Day Foundation The Kemmons Wilson Family Foundation The Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation, Inc. The National Christian Foundation The Plough Foundation Alliance to Advance Liberal Arts Colleges Thomas W. Smith Foundation, Inc. Three Anonymous Organizations
Fellows $10,000 $19,999
Charlaine Harris, Inc. Everett L. Amis Foundation Foundation For The Carolinas Jet Propulsion Laboratory Kathryn Brown Butler Family Foundation Lainoff Family Foundation Inc. McGehee Family Foundation Peter G. Peterson Foundation Renaissance Charitable Foundation, Inc. Robert W. Baird & Company, Inc. ≈ Sherman Family Foundation The John H. McMinn Foundation, Inc. Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program
Scholarship History Department Hurst British Studies Scholarship Ida LeBlanc ’Lee’ Smith Foreign Studies Award James A. Thomas III ’62 Service Scholarship James H. and Carol P. Barton International Study Fellowship James O. Finley ’26 Family Scholarship James T. & Valeria B. Robertson Chair in Biological Science Janice Ost Donelson Scholarship Jay Sumner ’93 Scholarship Jet Propulsion Lab Grant 3 Joe Neville Society Scholarships John Colby Service Scholarship John H. McMinn Scholarship
Patrons $2,500 $9,999
Barrett Asset Management, LLC Blue Grass Community Foundation CBIZ MHM Thompson Dunavant Charles Schwab Foundation ≈ Coca-Cola Company ≈ Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee Crab Tree Farm Foundation, Inc. First Georgia Physician Group, LLC Harry and Louise Brown Foundation Institute for Humane Studies Jewish Foundation of Memphis Lockheed Martin University Matching Gift ≈ Marion Cohen Memorial Foundation Morgan Stanley ≈ Orgill, Inc. Pasadena Community Foundation Robert D. and Virginia J. McCallum Family Foundation Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Space Telescope Science Institute The Boyd Family Foundation The Camp Family Foundation, Inc.
Gifts reflecting an increase to a higher level are marked with ( )
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FALL2019 Johnson Family Scholarship Joseph R. Hyde III Professor of Political Economy Julian C. Nall ’43 and Family Endowment for Faculty Support Kimberly S. Millsaps Scholarship Le Bonheur Children’s Neuroscience Institute Summer Plus Program Lynne and Henry Turley Memphis Center Marcus Pohlmann Fellowship in Political Science Margaret Hyde Council Emergency Assistance Scholarship Margaret Hyde Council Leadership Scholarship Marshall P. Jones Scholarship Masters in Educational Studies Program Masters in Urban Education McCoy Theatre
McTier Faculty Development Annual Award Mel Grinspan Outstanding Intern Award Mellon Grant with Centre, Sewanee, and Rhodes Memorial Gifts of Trees and other Grounds Items Men’s Basketball Men’s Golf Men’s Lacrosse Methodist University Hospital Professor of Urban and Community Health Mike Curb Institute for Music Production and Recording Minority Study Abroad Fund Peterson Foundation US2050 Project Professor Haynes’ Liberal Arts in Prison Grant Ralph C. Hon Scholarship Rebuilding Steinway Model C Grand Piano Remapping the Contested
The Dallas Foundation The Endover Foundation, Inc. The Jack Webster Grigsby Foundation The Roberts Bros. Foundation U.S. Charitable Gift Trust Wiggle Bug Foundation William J. Brannagan Plumbing & Heating Inc. YourCause ≈
Sponsors $1,000 - $2,499
American Endowment Foundation ≈ American Express Foundation ≈ Ann C. and C. Hamilton Sloan Foundation AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company BBC Foundation Canale Foundation Carolyn W. and Charles T. Beaird Family Foundation ≈ Charles Schwab Corporation ≈ Dr. Steven C. Mingos & Associates, LLC Greater New Orleans Foundation IBM International Foundation ≈ Mathis Pfohl Foundation Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc. National Christian Foundation East Tennessee Project Pericles, Inc. Raymond James Charitable Society for Classical Studies SunTrust Bank ≈ The Belz Foundation The Center Family Foundation, Inc. The Community Foundation - Richmond & Central VA The Sims Family Charitable Trust
Sinosphere Project Grant Rhodes Hillel Fellowship Robert D. McCallum Scholarship Rose and Solly Korsakov Psychology Award Science Facility Fund Serena Crawford Scholarship for Women Space Telescope Science Institute Grant Spence and Becky Wilson Service Scholarship St. Jude Summer Plus Undergraduate Research Swimming The Cotham Family Scholarship The Crain Family Counseling Support Fund The Dr. G. Kenneth Williams Scholarship The Virgil Starks III Memorial Scholarship Theodore William Eckels
Trebuchet Analytics, LLC William Trimble Green Charitable Trust
Donors up to $1,000
A.W. & Lucille Courtney Litz Trust Accenture LLP ≈ AmazonSmile Foundation American Institute of Physics Ameriprise Financial ≈ Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund, MA Barbershop Enterprises, Inc. Baton Rouge Area Foundation Best Buy Charitable Trust Brayton Foundation Bright Funds Charities Aid Foundation of America Community Foundation of Collier County Community Foundation of Greater Greenville, Inc. Crane Vocational Consulting CyberGrants Dacus Family Trust Delta Air Lines Foundation ≈ DonateWell Eli Lilly & Company Foundation ≈ Estate of Mary Sue Bell Frontstream GlobalGiving Foundation Goal Mining Inc. Grinder Taber & Grinder, Inc. Ignite Coaching, LLC Imaginari Foundation Kenneth L. Brunson, DDS, MS, PC KPMG Foundation ≈ KPMG Peat Marwick Foundation ≈ Lichterman Loewenberg Foundation
International Business Internships Thomas W. Smith Foundation Project for the Study of Liberal Democracy Tom Garrott Institute for Political Economy Track and Cross Country Urban & Community Health Studies Virginia Ballou McGehee Chair of Muslim-Christian Relations Volleyball Wardrop Scholarship Fund William M. Rosson Scholarship in Physics Wilson Lounge Women’s Basketball Women’s Golf Women’s Lacrosse Women’s Soccer Women’s Tennis
M & J Creekmore Foundation N.E. Georgia Vision Care National Christian Foundation Georgia National Christian Foundation Kentucky National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame-Memphis NCH Corporation Network for Good NEXUS Northern Trust Company ≈ P.K. Seidman Charitable Trust Palles Realty Advisors, Inc. Paypal Charitable Giving Fund Pew Charitable Trusts ≈ Presbyterian Church USA Foundation Raymond and Patricia Riddle Foundation Richard Stodder Charitable Foundation Sager Creek Quilts and Yarnworks Shell Oil Company Foundation ≈ Summit Asset Management SunTrust Bank Memphis Foundation ≈ T. Brooks, Inc. Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America ≈ The Claude Bennett Family Foundation, Inc. The Coca-Cola Foundation ≈ The Judith & Craven Williams Family Foundation The Moses Foundation The Murrell Foundation Tuesday Study Club UBS Financial Services Inc. ≈ United Way of Rhode Island Van Jeffreys Ltd. Westminster Presbyterian Church Wildlands Fire Service Inc.
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Rhodes gratefully acknowledges the following alumni, parents, and friends who made gifts to support the athletics program this year. Gifts are recognized in the Hall of Fame Society ($20,000 or more), the Legends Society ($10,000 or more), the All-American Society ($5,000 or more), the Champions Society ($2,500 or more), the MVP Society ($1,250 or more), the Lynx Society ($750 or more), the All-Star Club ($500 or more), the Captains Club ($200 or more), and Players Club ($25 or more).
Hall of Fame Society Anne Suitor David Suitor Bryan A. Hawkins P’21 Sarah V. Hawkins P’21 Randall Perry P’20 Gary R. Sledge P’16, P’19 Julie Sledge P’16, P’19
Deborah Anderson Bosma P’19 Rodney D. Bosma P’19 Mark Constant P’22 Valerie Constant P’22 Jane R. Dubs P’20 Joel G. Dubs P’20 Mark L. Hammond ’79 Rhonda Hammond Cathy Hasbrouck P’19 Peter A. Hasbrouck P’19 Ellen S. Mirochnick P’20 Ira Mirochnick P’20 J. Rock Palermo III P’20 S. Kim Palermo P’20 Jennifer W. Powell Walter H. Powell, II ’91
Dana L. Avant Clark P’14 Amanda Brown Barden P’22 James C. Barden, Jr. P’22 Stephanie L. Brannagan P’21 William J. Brannagan P’21 Sara E. Cady P’22 Steven M. Cady P’22 Michael T. Clary ’77, P’01, P’04 Nancy E. Clary P’01, P’04 David S. Daniel P’19 Jeanne Belden Daniel P’19 Georgia S. Davis William H. Davis, Jr. ’68 ^ Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Lee Seabrook Duncan ’73 Carl A. Elliott III P’21 Samantha M. Elliott P’21 Suzanne Mara Freid P’22 James A. Heurtin, Jr. ’89, P’21 Molly G. Heurtin, Jr. P’21 Daniel L. Kalman P’22 Jennifer Lynn Kalman P’22 Astrid Kiker P’16, P’19, P’19 Steve A. Kiker P’16, P’19, P’19 James E. Link P’19 Kristin H. Link P’19
Elizabeth M. McGuffee P’19 J. Cristopher McGuffee, Sr. P’19 Gary R. Milwit P’19 Nicola Diamond Milwit P’19 Gayle Davis Posey P’15 William H. Posey, III ’80, P’15 Craig M. Simon P’19 Tracy V. Simon P’19 Charles R. Tatum P’19 Marilyn Young Tatum P’19
Sharwil Aisha-Joi Bell ’12 Marshall Chatfield GP’21 Kathryn Mary Dancy P’22 Peter J. Dancy P’22 Veronica Esclamado P’22 Victor M. Esclamado P’22 Jayson W. Fields P’19 Katherine Johnson Fields P’19 Lisa Melancon Ganucheau P’19 Thomas E. Ganucheau P’19 Catherine A. Garrett P’20 Charles A. Garrett II P’20 Eric John P’19 Julie John P’19 Brenda Kuehn P’19 Eric Kuehn P’19 Jon W. Lauck P’19 Michelle Marie Lauck P’19 Keith A. Longacre P’21 Monisha J. Longacre P’21 Kathryn McCrorie P’22 Phillip S. McCrorie P’22 Robert G. McEniry Kris D. McGee P’18 Richard K. McGee P’18 Heather G. McNair P’22 Morris L. McNair P’22 Bess W. Paris GP’21 Samuel W. Paris P’21 Susan Paris P’21 Ann M. Perryman P’22 Neal F. Perryman P’22 Alan J. Roos P’22 Mary C. Roos P’22 Helen L. Schrier P’04 Paul Schrier P’04 Clark W. Smith P’22 Susan M Smith P’22 James J. Tooher P’19 Jane M. Walsh P’20 Paul V. Walsh P’20 Janet Welsh P’19
Kevin Welsh P’19
Bryan J. Baird ’03 David D. Blalock, Jr. P’03 Nancy R. Blalock P’03 Kristin K. Brown P’22 Steven I. Brown P’22 Brett L. Butler P’22 Heidi B Butler P’22 Norman Callaway, Jr. P’21 Lisa Callaway P’21 Barry G. Cowart P’22 James B. Duncan III P’22 Marie Murff Duncan P’22 J. Evan Fears III P’22 Marianne Isabelle Fears P’22 D’Andrea Sylva Franklin P’18, P’22 M. Jerome Franklin ’89, P’18, P’22 Richard A. Gonseth P’22 Tamra D. Gonseth P’22 Mary Elizabeth Hanaway P’22 Michael J. Hanaway P’22 Veronica Hinojosa-Segura P’21 Steven Segura P’21 Richard S. Johnson P’22 Madelaine Outland McCrorie P’22 Holton S. King P’20 Rebecca R. King P’20 Jessica Hunt Kremeier ’03 Michael J. Kremeier ’02 Becky Le P’19 Tuan A. Le P’19 John B. Loebel ’79 Michael A. Mammarelli ’89 Judy D. McCormick GP’18 William K. McCormick ^ Kellie C. Mercurio P’21 T. Dean Mercurio P’21 Maria DeArmond Mingos P’11 Steven Carl Mingos P’11 Amanda L. Mussalli P’21 Matthew J. Mussalli P’21 Patricia A. Rubino P’20 Robert M. Rubino P’20 Jennifer D. Taylor P’22 John W. Taylor, Jr. P’22 John W. Tucker ’80, P’13 Laurie Ann Tucker P’13 J. Taylor Whaley ’05 C. Thomas Whitman
James C. Abbott, Jr. P’22 Maricruz Abbott P’22 Catherine Reichstetter Bertoldi P’19 David A. Bertoldi P’19 Kristin D. Bilden P’20 Paul A. Bilden P’20 Knoxanne J. Bolton P’19, P’21 W. Larry Bolton P’19, P’21 Eugenia Bruce Bostock ’74 Richard M. Bostock ’74
Gordon L. Brewer ’90 P. Livingston Brien ’85, P’23 Robyn A. S. Brien P’23 Paula Jane Callis P’10 Steve Trigg Callis P’10 Robert L. Cohen P’18 Kelly L. McCormick P’18 John F. Cordes P’21 Linda P. Cordes P’21 Charles T. Ellingsworth ’97 David R. Elliott, Sr. P’19, P’22 Samantha L. Elliott P’19, P’22 Brendon J. Feddema P’22 Christina Wasmuth Feddema P’22 Margaret Anne Galvin P’17, P’20 Thomas F. Galvin P’17, P’20 Brent R. Given P’19 Christine Carol Given P’19 Stephanie Heather Gong ’05 Mark Harrison P’22 Suzanne Harrison P’22 James Hearn P’09, P’19 Marsha Hearn P’09, P’19 Catherine Marie Johnson P’22 James F. Johnson P’22 Ann Frances Jury P’14 Clifford S. Jury P’14 Bret Korba P’20 Jennifer Korba P’20 Melanie H. Kuhr P’19 Timothy W. Kutas ’90, P’23 Robin Kutas P’23 Katherine Llewellyn Lohman ’02 Lori Guth McCaghren ’88 Jeffrey G. McComas P’19 Sherrie Lynn McComas P’19 Marian L. McCord P’16, P’18 R. Scott McCord ’85, P’16, P’18 Kenneth B. McIntyre P’22 Mary Beth McIntyre P’22 Jeffery P. McKay P’20 Sandra M. McKay P’20 David S. Medich P’20 Gretchen E. Medich P’20 Edward J. Migneco P’20 Mary K. Migneco P’20 Beth E. Nabors P’16 Jeffery R. Nabors P’16 Aileen L. Pugh P’21 James G. Pugh P’21 Mark W. Simpson P’22 Suzanne Christiane Simpson P’22 Victor J. Suane, Jr. ’98 Lourena Jane Sullivan P’22 Shawn M. Sullivan P’22 David B. Trenner P’19 Lee Ellen Trenner P’19 Michael Tugg Nicole Lazo Tugg ’05 Elizabeth Bowers Vaughan P’17 William Y. Vaughan, III P’17 Sharon Venker P’19 Thomas E. Venker, Jr. P’19 Earle L. Weaver P’20 Rebecca S. Weaver P’20
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FALL2019 Kelly C. Welch P’22 Scott D. Welch P’22 Mark R. Weston P’22 Shannon Mary Weston P’22 Cynthia G. Yowan P’18 David L. Yowan P’18 Two Anonymous Donors
John Barzizza Cheryl Ruth Brown P’22 Kevin P. D. Brown P’22 Tarah Penny Buckner ’00 Tyler W. Buckner ’00 Darrell K. Clark ’04 Joanne F. Clark P’20 Joseph P. Clark P’20 William J. Cochran Alisa S. Cox P’19 J. Clayton Cox P’19 Patrick F. DalBello Susan Platter DalBello ’74 Judson Doherty P’19 Sarah Schmitt Doherty P’19 S. Carneal Downey, Jr. GP’22 Toni E. Downey GP’22 Jerald M. Duncan ’61 Martha Duncan ^ Keevin B. Edwards P’21 W. June Edwards P’21 Sandra J. Forbus GP’22 Laurie Ellen Frankel P’09 Van Jeffreys Frankel P’09 Levi Frazier, Jr. ’73 Chad M. Giddings P’22 Donna Diemer Giddings P’22 Anne Lilly Hagen P’22 James T. Hagen P’22 Johanna Denise Hall P’22 Richard S. Hall P’22 Michael E. Handelman P’09 Mary P. Malhiot P’09 John W. Hedlund P’19 Natalie Jayne Hedlund P’19 Kirsten Shonstrom Hollander P’22 Timothy K. Hollander, Jr. P’22 Ann Day Hunt P’19 David M. Hunt P’19 Erin N. Jacobs P’20 Kurt Jacobs P’21 Lauren Jacobs P’21 Mark A. Jacobs P’20 Karen Sue Karem P’22 Kevin L. Karem P’22 Teri H. Kelley P’20 Anthony Laporte P’20 Erh-sin Ling P’21 I-Hsiung S. Tang P’21 C. Bryant Mackey P’21 Tracey S. Mackey P’21 John L. Malanchuk P’14, P’17 Maureen M. Malanchuk P’14, P’17 Judith W. Malcolm R. Clark Malcolm ’73 Julie Anne Mediamolle ’02
Jean E. Minmier GP’19 Stan Patterson James R. Phillips P’22 Kathleen Marie Phillips P’22 David L. Pike P’22 Mary-Kate Geralyn Pike P’22 Richard D. Quay Rosamond Goldman Quay ’75 Susan Webb Ries ’75 W. Russell Ries ’75 Zhixiang Shen P’22 Weihua Wang P’22 Christina A. Siegel ’12 Gina Mascolo Smith ’90 Todd E. Smith ’90 Jeremy Smith Julie Atkinson Smith ’99 Anthony L. Taylor P’21 Charla J. Taylor P’21 Courtney C. Thornton P’20 Roderick O. Thornton P’20 Christine Palatucci Wilson P’22 Douglas E. Wilson Allison Elizabeth Loud P’19 Brian Wray P’19 H. Lane Young III ’02 Two Anonymous Donors
Rachel E. Acuff Bryan T. Baker ’01 Peter M. Adams ’93 Carlos E. Adan-Pol P’22 Tatiana Vasilievna Adan-Pol P’22 Donna F. Alar P’16 Walter H. Anderson ’88 Rachel Anne Austin ’08 Ann E. Barber P’13 John F. Barber P’13 Ann Webb Betty ’85 Gerri E. Beuerle ’09 Trista Loleta Branick-Daivs ’93 Steven H. Burkett ’73 Rhett A. Butler ’04 Lindy C. Gardner Caldwell P’98 Stephen A. Caldwell ’68, P’98 Ross M. Cascio ’02 Traci L. ChamberlinP’21 Meguewell Childs P’22 June Davis P’22 Jeffery L. Clardy P’19 Julia Ann Clardy P’19 Andre J. Clarke P’19 Janice Edwards-Clarke P’19 Donald J. Cohn P’21 Jacquelyn A. Cohn P’21 David P. Cooper ’64 Elizabeth Saunders Cooper ’64 Kim R. Cosco P’22 Renee Love Cosco P’22 Kosta C. Dalageorgas ’01 Mrs. Emily Darst P’19 Kenneth A. Darst P’19 Joby M. Dion ’99 A. Brian C. Doud P’20
Leigh A. Doud P’20 Donna Dale Evans Robert M. Evans ’74 Lane G. Franklin W. Scott Franklin ’94 Lawrence A. Fury, Jr. ’60 W. Henry Gardner, Jr. ’73 Margo Given Jimmie F. Glorioso, Jr. ’97 Katherine Brooks Goldman ’04 Deborah Jean Good P’19 Jeffrey E. Good P’19 Chuck Edward Gordon P’10 Lucy Shepherd Gordon P’10 David S. Haney ’04 LauraLee Thomas Harring ’04 Becky Y. Hayes P’20 B. Calhoun Hipp III ’05 Elena B. Hogan P’21 Keith J. Hogan P’21 Aubrey J. Howard ’72 Patricia Claxton Howard ’70 ^ Phyllis Mary Hoyt P’19 Robert E. Hoyt P’19 Barbara Sanker Isaacson P’17 David S. Isaacson P’17 Philip C. Jakubowicz ’05 Gregory L. James P’21 Windee L. James P’21 Douglas W. Jessup P’22 Tina Reany Jones P’11 William Jones P’11 Christopher T. Kamphaus ’07 Bradley P. Katz P’19 Sharon Berrigan Katz P’19 Anne Kennedy Amanda Gatlin Knapstein ’94 Paul T. Knapstein ’93 Lowell N. Kriksceonaitis P’21 Patrick S. Kirksceonaitis P’21 Timothy L. Latham ’91 Carol Lovell GP’21 Gerald Lovell GP’21 Andrew J. Lowrie ’17 Richard G. Lucarelli P’19 Sandra Dean Lucarelli P’19 Gina Rene Lucas P’19 Keith Lucas P’19 William M. Lybrook IV ’92 John L. Malanchuk II ’14 Kyle A. Marks ’92 Kristin K. Martin P’20 H. Kelly McGee ’18 Meredith Kelly McKittrick P’22 Donald P. Troop P’22 Keith McTaggart P’19 Lisa Michelle McTaggart P’19 Elizabeth Ashley Medved ’14 Aretha R. Milligan Joseph P. Montminy, Esq. ’96 Rebecca H. Mulholland P’21 Stephen A. Mulholland P’21 Brian P. O’Neill ’94 Laura McRae O’Neill ’97 Amy Josephine Overstreet P’17, P’22
Willard J. Overstreet P’17, P’22 Angela Paez P’22 Dietwin Smoli, Sr. P’22 Gregory M. Palm ’11 Richard A. Park ’59 Kyle D. Peterson ’11 Rachel Lynn Pewitt ’16 Jerrie Jonakin Raines P’19 William B. Raines, Jr. P’19 Allison D. Ranson P’10, P’14 William A. Ranson P’10, P’14 Mae Rukavina P’22 Eric Stich P’22 Marie Ann Brandwiede Schofer ’04 Carolyn A. Sculco P’21 Thomas W. Scuco P’21 Jennifer Engle Seger ’90, P’19 Steven E. Seger P’19 Jane Elizabeth Shea P’03 David A. Shible P’22 Robyn Marcia Weiss P’22 Raymond A. Smith, Jr. P’22 Stephanie Suzanne Smith P’22 William T. Smith, Sr. P’21 Charisse M. Smith P’21 Denise G. St. Cyr P’20 Steven J. St. Cyr P’20 Shelby Lee Stevens P’19 Troy Stevens P’19 Edwin W. Stock, Jr. ’59 W. Kirk Stone ’89 Daniel M. Swanstrom ’05 Kristin Campbell Swanstrom ’05 Gayle M. Swinerton P’21 Geoffrey N. Swinerton P’21 Andrew D. Tait ’15 Hannah Asbell Tait ’15 Christopher M. Talley ’04 Christopher J. Toohey, Sr. P’17 Elena C. Toohey P’17 Shelly Griffen Valiulis ’91 Lori Renee Vallelunga ’89 Amanda Illges Van Cleve ’91 William J. Van Cleve ’90 Armanda Leigh Venezia ’10 Melissa K. Walker P’21 Timothy W. Walker P’21 Jerry S. Ward GP’22 Lynn Ward GP’22 Frances F. Warner GP’18 Thomas E. Weaver ’20 Valerie Michelle Webb ’94 Jennifer Campbell Willis P’22 Kenyon Willis P’22 Clarke R. Wise ’10 Joseph S. Woodley ’78 Colleen G. Callaghan ’10 Lorie W. Yearwood P’15 William D. Yearwood P’15 One Anonymous Donor
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The Charles E. Diehl Society Elizabeth Roe Pierce ’91, President The Charles E. Diehl Society is named for Charles E. Diehl, who served as college president from 1917 to 1949. The society recognizes individuals who have provided generous financial support for the operation of the college as well as leadership, loyalty, and expertise throughout the year. Endowed Circle of the Charles E. Diehl Society To ensure Rhodes’ continuing financial strength, unrestricted endowment gifts can be made to fund perpetual memberships in the Charles E. Diehl Society. These unrestricted gifts may be either current or deferred or some combination of the two. They are recognized with membership in the Endowed Circle. Members of the Charles E. Diehl Society Members of the Charles E. Diehl Society provide annual unrestricted gifts. Membership levels in the Society are Philanthropists ($100,000 or more), Guarantors ($50,000 or more), Fellows ($25,000 or more), Benefactors ($15,000 or more), Sustainers ($10,000 or more), and Patrons ($5,000 or more). Gifts reflecting an increase to a higher level are marked with ( ).
Cary Fowler ’71, P’19 Amy Goldman Fowler
C. Kevin Garland ’90 Sherrill Cameron Garland ’90
Stratton H. Bull, Jr. ’74 Robert E. Craddock, Jr. P’12 Deborah Legg Craddock ’80, P’12 Rogers L. Crain P’12 Kelty Crain P’12 Robert A. Jetmundsen ’77 William J. Michaelcheck ’69 Pamela Furer Michaelcheck John Palmer Vicki Gilmore Palmer ’75 Gregory A. Peters ’82, P’19 Tess Peters P’19 Arthur W. Rollins ’81, P’13 Cathy Rollins P’13 Spence L. Wilson Rebecca Webb Wilson
Barbara Lesh Borleske ’68 Stephen G. Borleske Manny Farahani P’13 Maria Farahani P’13
Robin Ritter Hatzenbuehler ’71 Daniel B. Hatzenbuehler ’71 Amy Farley Howe ’83, P’19 R. Davis Howe, Jr. ’83 John B. Maxwell, Jr. ’57 Jo Maxwell Carolyn T. McAfee L. Allen Reynolds ’60 Randall R. Rhea ’77 Tatiana Smirnov P’20 Maxim Smirnov P’20 John M. Wallace III ’75 Debby Wallace
Dunbar Abston, Jr. P’86 ^ Connie Abston P’86 Carol Piplar Barton P’92 James H. Barton P’92 Joan Davis Butler C. W. Butler III ’63 Carolyn Crenshaw Carl ’79 Ralph A. Carl ’75 David B. DuBard ’88 Deirdre Giblin ’88 Kathy Lynn Hayek ’81 Michael C. Henkel ’79 Frances Clevenger Henkel ’79 Wilton D. Hill Andi Hill Susan Logan Huffman ’83,
P’19 John R. Huffman P’19 Mark Nolan Hurley ’82 Elizabeth Sheppard Hurley ’84 Barry D. Johnson ’83, P’17 Susanna Yarbrough Johnson P’17 Steven R. Lainoff P’11, P’15 Riea M. Lainoff P’11, P’15 Anca Marr P’23 F. Anthony Marr ’82, P’23 William H. Posey, III ’80, P’15 Gayle Davis Posey P’15 William B. Rudner GP’07 Harold E. Schulz, Jr. Charlaine Harris Schulz ’73 Mary Donnelly Sherman P’09 John Joseph Sherman P’09 Allison Solomon Joshua D. Solomon ’00
John J. Barker, Sr. P’16 Laura M. Barker P’16 Susan Lynn Beaird ’65, P’87, P’92, GP’19 Phyllis Berz Paul Berz Carole L. Branyan ’67 John H. Bryan, III ’83 Louise Comiskey Bryan Neville Frierson Bryan ’58, P’83, P’85 Raymond E. Bye, Jr. ’66, P’01 Katherine J. Bye P’01 Christopher W. Cardwell ’94 Mary T. Gallagher Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Lee Seabrook Duncan ’73 Kristen Taylor Duncan ’96 Douglas B. Duncan ’96 James R. Durham ’67 Jane Durham Laila Adams Eckels ’71 Richard H. Eckels ’70 J.W. Gibson Katherine Buckman Gibson Jenna Goodloe Wade John P. Wade Morgan D. Grigsby ’10 Veronica Lawson Gunn ’91 Peter Y. Gunn Lawrence Hass Marjorie Hass Richard M. Heimann P’20 Sonya N. Jones ’95 Dorothy Orgill Kirsch P’77 Amanda Michelle Lawrence ’00 Robert R. Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Lola Harrison Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Andrew L. MacQueen ’87 Nelda Marr P’81, P’82, P’86 Kathryn McCrorie P’22
Phillip S. McCrorie P’22 Tina Beatty McWhorter ’66 Ryan D. Mire ’93, P’23 Felicite Mire P’23 Judith Deavenport Mitchener ’56, P’88 Frank M. Mitchener, Jr. P’88 Fred T. Montesi III P’06 Pamela Palmer Montesi ’80, P’06 Crawford Moran P’19 Allison Bolch Moran P’19 Clifford E. Muller P’21 Courtney Muller P’21 James E. Newman Jennifer Worsham Newman ’73 Luther J. Nussbaum ’68 Ginger Nussbaum Elizabeth Roe Pearce ’91 John R. Pharis ’67 Aileen L. Pugh P’21 James G. Pugh P’21 Matthew M. Rigdon ’02 Julia Breslin Rigdon W. Reid Sanders Chris Sanders Timothy Sawyer P’22 Kimberly Sawyer P’22 W. Hamilton Smythe, III ’52 Susan Orme Stribling ’86 Joellyn Forrester Sullivan ’77 William B. Townsend ’84 William E. Troutt Carole Pearson Troutt Robert R. Waller David D. Watts ’63 Janet Watts Julia H. Weaver ’85 Robert Wiygul Richard E. Weiler Rebecca Wynn Weiler ’69 Robert W. Wheeler ’84 Joy Brown Wiener ’52 Russell T. Wigginton, Jr. ’88 Grace Morris Williamson ’57
Gifts reflecting an increase to a higher level are marked with ( )
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The Red and Black Society
Robert W. Jarrett, Jr. ’93, Chair Members of the Red and Black Society provide annual unrestricted gifts. Membership levels in the society, which takes its name from the colors in the college seal, are Senior Members ($3,500 or more) and Members ($2,500 or more). For those alumni who have not yet celebrated their tenth reunion, membership is offered at a reduced amount.
Michelle B. Babcock ’98 Deborah C. Compton James N. Compton ’71 Georgia S. Davis William H. Davis, Jr. ’68 ^ Thomas W. Fowler ’19 D’Andrea Sylva Franklin P’18, P’22 M. Jerome Franklin ’89, P’18, P’22 Elizabeth Cotham Furman ’92 Matthew M. Furman Andrew T. Greer ’07 Rebecca Rieger Greer ’10 Jay L. Healy P’20 Regina G. Healy P’20 Michael E. Hettinger ’68, P’00, P’06 Terry Carmack Hettinger P’00, P’06 Mary-Milam Hilliard ’08 Ross W. Hilliard ’07 Justin L. Hugon ’09 Leslie Nelson Lee ’86, P’21 Timothy R. Lee P’21 Agnes S. Lowe P’98 James R. Lowe P’98 Elizabeth M. McGuffee P’19 J. Cristopher McGuffee, Sr. P’19 Joanna Katrina McIntosh ’84 Joseph F. McWilliams III ’73, P’08 Vivian G. Dellinger McWilliams ’73, P’08 Wesley N. Meador ’00 Anoushka Suzy Mullasseril ’19 Ann Petersen James D. Petersen ’60 Dennis R. Riddle, III ’17 Jeanette Cantine Rockefeller P’19 Parker B. Rockefeller P’19 Cary G. Rotter P’18 Wendy Tallent Rotter ’87, P’18 Alison Thomas J. Scott Thomas ’86 Andrew W. Watts ’85 Cathy Harper Watts ’85
Donald B. Armour P’16
Meri Armour P’16 Robert G. Baty ’06 A. Valisa Berber-Thayer ’09 David M. Birka-White P’20 Elizabeth F. Birka-White P’20 Jack R. Blair Kathleen D. Blair David D. Blalock, Jr. P’03 Nancy R. Blalock P’03 Chad G. Bohls ’15 Marc W. Boots P’19 James Breckenridge P’22 Nancy Breckenridge P’22 Mary M. Brodnax P’16 H. Rudi Nollert P’16 Rickman P. Brown’77 Laura Humphreys Call ’05 Ryan P. Call ’05 Maddie Ruth Callis ’10 Robert B. Camp, Jr.’66 Alexander G. Campbell III P’21 Leslie F. Campbell P’21 Cathy Cate P’20 Mark Cate P’20 Deborah C. Chan ’91 C. Clark Ogilvie ’91 Christy Ann Cisneros P’22 Leonardo Cisneros P’22 F. Colden Clark, Jr. ’88 Kristen Clark Michael T. Clary ’77, P’01, P’04 Nancy E. Clary P’01, P’04 Mary Virginia Coffman P’22 Peter Coffman P’22 Beverly Claire Cole Stephen H. Cole ’68 Deborah V. Cole Frank N. Cole ’75 John T. Cotham ’74 Mary Beth Overton Cotham ’74 Amy Moore Cresswell ’07 John P. Cudahy P’15 Robin R. Cudahy P’15 Nancy Chadick Dale ’72, P’03 William H. Dale, Jr. ’70, P’03 Lewis H. Daniel III P’20 Mary K. Day P’20 Jennifer N. Dill ’04 Nancy K. DiPaolo ’87 Giulio F. Draetta P’16 Marina P. Draetta P’16 Harold C. Dufour, Jr. ’87
Jennifer Dufour Priscilla Hinkle Ennis ’68 Beverly Evans Lawrence E. Evans ’65 R. Scott Evans ’12 Victor J. Evans ’08 Dorothy Ann Johnson Falk ’67 Richard S. Falk, Jr. James P. Farrell P’21 Julia C. Farrell P’21 J. Rodney Feild ’56 Caryn L. Fine P’21 Robert Y. Kanterman P’21 Kristin A. Forbes ’10 C. Bradford Foster III ’69, P’98 Susan Hoefer Foster ’69, P’98 Margaret J. Gatz ’66 Catherine Golden James B. Golden III ’85 Matthew T. Goldsby ’06 Sara Helen Goza’80 Jason T. Greene ’91 Michelle Long Greene ’91 Amy Grenfell Robert C. Grenfell ’75 Douglas F. Halijan ’89 Mark L. Hammond ’79 Rhonda Hammond Jill M. Heyman P’21 Kurt M. Heyman P’21 Scott P. Howard ’73 Bridget Jensen Laura V. Howell Lowry H. Howell ’95 Nancy Cox Howell ’67 Walter B. Howell ’66 James E. Huettner P’14 Phyllis C. Huettner P’14 Anne Hixon Huff ’57, P’82 Thomas A. Huff ’57 ^ Piers Alexis Hurley ’99 Thomas R. Hutcheson, Sr. P’21 Kathryn Smallwood Jacobus ’62 John Jacobus ’62 Emily Dodson Jarrett ’99 Robert W. Jarrett, Jr. ’93 Richard S. Johnson P’22 Madelaine Outland McCrorie P’22 Lacey Taylor Jordan ’92 William H. Jordan ’92 Teri H. Kelley P’20 Anthony Laporte P’20 Keith E. Kelly ’88 Robin Meredith Kelly ’89 McNeil J. Kemmerly P’20 Sandra A. Kemmerly P’20 Daniel Kingsley Meredith Jones Kingsley ’05 Mitchell A. Klink IX ’98 Lynn Stapleton Koch ’83, P’21 Robert A. Koch P’21 Lisa A. Krupicka ’83 Mark B. Lainoff ’15 Taylor Laird P’19, P’22
David M. Laird P’19, P’22 Alton L. Lightsey, Jr. ’66 Kimberly C. MacQueen ’83 Elizabeth A. Magee P’19, P’22 Kevin P. Magee, M.D. P’19, P’22 James L. McElroy ’69 Katherine Maddox McElroy ’77 Julie M. McMahon P’22 Kevin A. McMahon P’22 Challace Joe McMillin ’64 Mary Lou Quinn McMillin ’64 Marilyn Ann Meyers ’64 Aurelia Wammack Michaels ’69 Tommy R. Michaels Aaron B. Michelsohn ’10 M. Kathleen Morgan ’11 Edward J. Migneco P’20 Mary K. Migneco P’20 Amy R. Morales P’22 Ricardo Morales P’22 Andrew A. Mullins-Williams ’11 Lindsey Ann Williams ’09 Pamela D. Murray ’83 Andrew J. Noble, III P’05 Patricia J. Noble P’05 Jean A. Nottingham P’21 Troy W. Nottingham P’21 Amy Inklebarger Ogden P’00, P’05 Harry P. Ogden ’71, P’00, P’05 J. Rock Palermo III P’20 S. Kim Palermo P’20 Joseph L. Parrish ’77 Sarah Neale Parrish ’79 Bartley Pickron Tonya Vaughn Pickron ’94 Mary Lampton Puckett ’74 Richard H. Puckett Yubo Qiu P’21 Qian L. Wang P’21 Carolyn Tatum Ray ’90 Christopher C. Ray ’88 Melody Hokanson Richey Warren A. Richey Anna Robbins S. Gwin Robbins, Jr. ’68 Ann Vines Roberts ’60 Mary Jane Smalley Roberts ’58 Paul O. Roberts Stephanie Ryburn Rodda ’74 Thad S. Rodda, Jr. ’72 Rebecca Ruth Rollins ’85 David E. Roth P’22 Kathleen Hines Roth P’22 Diane Rudner P’07 W. Rowlett Scott P’07 William K. Sample ’73 M. Sidonie Sansom ’82 Farah Shah P’20 Gregory W. Stocks P’20 Joel E. Smith ’96 Maryl Valentine Smith ’96
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THE RED AND BLACK SOCIETY
Kimberly Weeks Smith ’86 Paul J. Smith P’16, P’19 Theresa T. Smith P’16, P’19 Patricia Witherspoon Spore ’83 Richard R. Spore III ’84 Brian F. Sudderth ’77 ^ Lynn Reecer Sudderth ’78 Andrew D. Tait ’15 Hannah Asbell Tait ’15 Amy Morris Teal P’23 Eric M. Teal ’91, P’23 Frank B. Thacher, III ’01 Elizabeth L. Todd ’73 William H. Wilcox Robert Mark Thomas Walker ’99 Rebecca Waters P’19 Theodore C. Waters P’19 Janet Welsh P’19 Kevin Welsh P’19 Donald G. White ’69 Pamela Stewart Wild Robert M. Wild, Jr.’66 Christie McDaniel Williams Kevin H. Williams ’89 Deborah Hewitt Wynne P’07, P’09 Steven E. Wynne P’07, P’09 Elisabeth Meyers Yoder ’01 Patrick Douglas Yoder ’01 Three Anonymous Donors
Parent and Grandparent Donors
Susan Logan Huffman ’83, P’19, Parent Council Co-Chair John R. Huffman P’19, Parent Council Co-Chair Ann A. Uhlhorn GP’19, GP’22, Grandparent Co-Chair Walker S. Uhlhorn, Jr. GP’19, GP’22, Grandparent Co-Chair
Rhodes appreciates the generosity of these parents and grandparents who made gifts to Rhodes during this year. Gifts are recognized in the Charles E. Diehl Society ($5,000 or more), The Red and Black Society ($2,500 - $4,999), the Dean’s Society ($1,500 - $2,499), the Cloister Society ($1,000 - $1,499), the Tower Club ($500 - $999), the Loyalty Club ($250 - $499), the Slate Club ($100 - $249), and Donors (up to $100). Gifts reflecting an increase to a higher level are marked with ( ).
Diehl Society Philanthropist
Amy Goldman Fowler Cary Fowler ’71, P’19
Diehl Society Fellow
Deborah Legg Craddock ’80, P’12 Robert E. Craddock, Jr. P’12 Kelty Crain P’12 Rogers L. Crain P’12 Gregory A. Peters ’82, P’19 Tess Peters P’19 Arthur W. Rollins ’81, P’13 Cathy Rollins P’13
Diehl Society Benefactor
Manny Farahani P’13 Maria Farahani P’13 Maxim Smirnov P’20 Tatiana Smirnov P’20
Diehl Society Sustainer
Connie Abston P’86 Dunbar Abston, Jr. P’86 ^ Carol Piplar Barton P’92 James H. Barton P’92 Susan Logan Huffman ’83, P’19 John R. Huffman P’19 Barry D. Johnson ’83, P’17 Susanna Yarbrough Johnson P’17 Riea M. Lainoff P’11, P’15 Steven R. Lainoff P’11, P’15 Gayle Davis Posey P’15 William H. Posey III ’80, P’15 William B. Rudner GP’07 John Joseph Sherman P’09 Mary Donnelly Sherman P’09
Diehl Society Patron
John J. Barker, Sr. P’16 Laura M. Barker P’16 Susan Lynn Beaird ’65, P’87, P’92, GP’19 Neville Frierson Bryan ’58, P’83, P’85 Katherine J. Bye P’01 Raymond E. Bye, Jr. ’66, P’01 Richard M. Heimann P’20 Dorothy Orgill Kirsch P’77 Lola Harrison Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Robert R. Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Nelda Marr P’81, P’82, P’86 Kathryn McCrorie P’22 Phillip S. McCrorie P’22 Frank M. Mitchener, Jr. P’88 Judith Deavenport Mitchener ’56, P’88 Fred T. Montesi III P’06 Pamela Palmer Montesi ’80, P’06 Allison Bolch Moran P’19 Crawford Moran P’19 Clifford E. Muller P’21 Courtney Muller P’21 Aileen L. Pugh P’21 James G. Pugh P’21 Kimberly Sawyer P’22 Timothy Sawyer P’22
Red and Black Society Senior
D’Andrea Sylva Franklin P’18, P’22 M. Jerome Franklin ’89, P’18, P’22 Jay L. Healy P’20 Regina G. Healy P’20 Michael E. Hettinger ’68, P’00, P’06 Terry Carmack Hettinger P’00, P’06
Leslie Nelson Lee ’86, P’21 Timothy R. Lee P’21 Agnes S. Lowe P’98 James R. Lowe P’98 Elizabeth M. McGuffee P’19 J. Cristopher McGuffee, Sr. P’19 Joseph F. McWilliams III ’73, P’08 Vivian G. Dellinger McWilliams ’73, P’08 Jeanette Cantine Rockefeller P’19 Parker B. Rockefeller P’19 Cary G. Rotter P’18 Wendy Tallent Rotter ’87, P’18
Red and Black Society Member
Donald B. Armour P’16 Meri Armour P’16 David M. Birka-White P’20 Elizabeth F. Birka-White P’20 David D. Blalock, Jr. P’03 Nancy R. Blalock P’03 Marc W. Boots P’19 James Breckenridge P’22 Nancy Breckenridge P’22 Mary M. Brodnax P’16 H. Rudi Nollert P’16 Alexander G. Campbell III P’21 Leslie F. Campbell P’21 Cathy Cate P’20 Mark Cate P’20 Christy Ann Cisneros P’22 Leonardo Cisneros P’22 Michael T. Clary ’77, P’01, P’04 Nancy E. Clary P’01, P’04 Mary Virginia Coffman P’22 Peter Coffman P’22 John P. Cudahy P’15 Robin R. Cudahy P’15 Nancy Chadick Dale ’72, P’03 William H. Dale, Jr. ’70, P’03 Lewis H. Daniel III P’20 Mary K. Day P’20 Giulio F. Draetta P’16 Marina P. Draetta P’16 James P. Farrell P’21 Julia C. Farrell P’21 Caryn L. Fine P’21 Robert Y. Kanterman P’21 C. Bradford Foster III ’69, P’98 Susan Hoefer Foster ’69, P’98 Jill M. Heyman P’21 Kurt M. Heyman P’21 James E. Huettner P’14 Phyllis C. Huettner P’14 Anne Hixon Huff ’57, P’82 Thomas R. Hutcheson, Sr. P’21 Richard S. Johnson P’22 Madelaine Outland McCrorie P’22 Teri H. Kelley P’20 Anthony Laporte P’20 McNeil J. Kemmerly P’20 Sandra A. Kemmerly P’20
Gifts reflecting an increase to a higher level are marked with ( )
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FALL2019 Lynn Stapleton Koch ’83, P’21 Robert A. Koch P’21 Taylor Laird P’19, P’22 David M. Laird P’19, P’22 Elizabeth A. Magee P’19, P’22 Kevin P. Magee P’19, P’22 Julie M. McMahon P’22 Kevin A. McMahon P’22 Edward J. Migneco P’20 Mary K. Migneco P’20 Amy R. Morales P’22 Ricardo Morales P’22 Andrew J. Noble III P’05 Patricia J. Noble P’05 Jean A. Nottingham P’21 Troy W. Nottingham P’21 Amy Inklebarger Ogden P’00, P’05 Harry P. Ogden ’71, P’00, P’05 J. Rock Palermo III P’20 S. Kim Palermo P’20 Yubo Qiu P’21 Qian L. Wang P’21 David E. Roth P’22 Kathleen Hines Roth P’22 Diane Rudner P’07 W. Rowlett Scott P’07 Farah Shah P’20 Gregory W. Stocks P’20 Paul J. Smith P’16, P’19 Theresa T. Smith P’16, P’19 Rebecca Waters P’19 Theodore C. Waters P’19 Janet Welsh P’19 Kevin Welsh P’19 Deborah Hewitt Wynne P’07, P’09 Steven E. Wynne P’07, P’09
Thomas Medley Bale P’07 Vickie Lynn Bale P’07 Katherine P. Barkley P’20 W. Ben Barkley P’20 R. Alan Chambers P’01, P’04 Rebecca S. Chambers P’01, P’04 Carolyn Edwards P’11 Michael A. Edwards ’79, P’11 Brian E. Foshee P’16 Lauren Foshee P’16 Erin Stukey Johnson ’73, P’99, P’04 Warren T. Johnson, Jr. P’99, P’04 Ernest G. Kelly, Jr. P’95 Patricia C. Kelly P’95 Mary Beth Mankin P’98 William G. Mankin ’62, P’98 Charlotte Barbarin McPheeters ’61, P’01 Hugh McPheeters, Jr. ’61, P’01 Janet Fountain McRae ’81, P’16 Tracy Vezina Patterson ’84, P’22 Joel Perchik P’13, P’19 Pamela Perchik P’13, P’19 Susan S. Prodanovich P’18
Tomislav M. Prodanovich P’18 Alan J. Roos P’22 Mary C. Roos P’22 Patricia A. Rubino P’20 Robert M. Rubino P’20 Susan Hunter Suggs ’63, P’95 ^ David L. Tait P’15 Rebecca Moore Tait ’83, P’15 Donald W. Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Sybil Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Agnes Ming Turley ’44, GP’04 Patricia L. Walls ’65, P’97 Lynn Morrow Ward ’66, P’91, P’93 Elizabeth Currie Williams ’64, P’90 Paula Jude Winter P’19 Steve M. Winter P’19 Betsy Breytspraak Awsumb ’63, P’92 Arden D. Barnett, Jr. ’79, P’16 Lynn M. Barnett P’16 Kathryn Woodson Bigler P’15, P’19 Mark E. Bigler P’15, P’19 Kristin D. Bilden P’20 Paul A. Bilden P’20 Angela W. Boardman P’19, P’21 Dale V. Boardman P’19, P’21 James D. Bonham ’76, P’07, P’14 Jane S. Bonham P’07, P’14 Cindy Boone P’00 J. Allen Boone, Jr. ’71, P’00 Sue Anne Brenner P’20 Jerome I. Tokars, Jr. P’20 Kathleen C. Busby P’17 William D. Waff P’17 Norman Callaway, Jr. P’21 Lisa Callaway P’21 Michael T. Charbonnet P’19 Shirley Gooch Charbonnet P’19 C. Richard Crosby P’94 Wynona Gillmore Crosby ’64, P’94 Elizabeth Gay Daughdrill P’77, P’79, P’90 Jeffery K. Davis ’85, P’16 Mary Lynn Tucker Davis ’84, P’16 Joyce Dortch P’85 Richard W. Dortch ’58, P’85 ^ Kerri Evanson P’21 Darren Hauck P’21 Joseph M. Farley, Jr. P’18 Virginia T. Farley P’18 James A. Faust P’20 Grace Spadaro-Faust P’20 Diana H. Fennelly P’18 John S. Fennelly, Jr. P’18 Mary Call Ford P’21 Roy M. Ford, Jr. P’21 Russell E. Galloway ’80, P’10, P’15 Sherry J. Galloway P’10, P’15 Colleen Garland P’20
Ian G. Garland P’20 Claire Mathias Gehrki ’76, P’02 Gary P. Gehrki ’76, P’02 Christopher Giampapa P’19, P’22 Mary Ann Giampapa P’19, P’22 Jill P. Giles P’16 William T. Giles P’16 Elizabeth Hubbard Gill ’71, P’02 Raymond B. Gill III P’02 Jeanne Grebe P’98 T. Keith Grebe P’98 Bette Stephens Green ’63, P’85, P’92, GP’19 William. T. Green P’85, P’92, GP’19 Linda S. Gutenberger P’20 Thomas C. Gutenberger P’20 Cheryl K. Hay P’20 Henry M. Hay III P’20 John C. Hill ’90, P’19, P’21 Pamela M. Hill ’90, P’19, P’21 John S. Hille ’69, P’97 Tansill Heslip Hille ’69, P’97 Kathryn Hornsey P’18 Robert K. Hornsey P’18 Ann Frances Jury P’14 Clifford S. Jury P’14 Julie M. Kilkenny P’14 Mark A. Kilkenny P’14 Ellen Sheridan Kinsey P’19 Glenn V. Kinsey P’19 Carolyn G. Lambert P’20 Ben H. Langford P’20 Kathy Langford P’20 John W. Larson ’68, P’96 Judith Adams Larson ’68, P’96 Mary Jane McWherter P’14 Michael R. McWherter P’14 Lisa Gilchrist Mischke ’81, P’13 Philip E. Mischke ’79, P’13 Dina Moreland P’16, P’20 Milton C. Moreland P’16, P’20 G. Andrew Murphy P’15 Melia Miller Murphy ’88, P’15 Muthiah P. Muthiah P’20 Geeta K. Nair P’20 D. Gordon Newbern P’15, P’18 Linda Baird Newbern ’82, P’15, P’18 Allison Zweiner Parsley P’19 Daniel S. Parsley P’19 Robert L. Pettit, Jr. GP’22 Charlotte L. Ray ’67, P’92 James A. Ray P’92 ^ Elizabeth E. Roof P’21 Kreig D. Roof P’21 Tammy Rudolph P’21 William A. Rudolph P’21 Helen L. Schrier P’04 Paul Schrier P’04 Elizabeth S. Sheppard P’84, GP’21 James B. Short ’87, P’22 Patricia Morris Short ’89, P’22 Ann Crandall Sloan P’95 C. Hamilton Sloan P’95
Joel K. Tracy P’19 Sandra George Tracy P’19 Ann A. Uhlhorn GP’19, GP’22 Walker S. Uhlhorn, Jr. GP’19, GP’22 Stan P. Vaught P’19 Terri Lynn Vaught P’19 J. Otey Walker III ’68, P’99 Susan Woodward Walker P’99, P’99 Deborah Susan Wann P’00, P’02 Ronnie J. Wann P’00, P’02 George W. Wilson III ’53, P’79, GP’15 Natalie Wilson P’79, GP’15 Alan J. Yacoubian P’19 Carey Marie Yacoubian P’19 George V. Young P’13 Sarah C. Young P’13 Cynthia G. Yowan P’18 David L. Yowan P’18 Two Anonymous Donors
Elizabeth Wray Anderson ’68, P’98 J. Brady Anderson ’67, P’98 Carol Lynn Anderson P’19 Daniel D. Schulz P’19 Mary Allie McColgan Baldwin ’61, P’89, P’93 Donald F. Boehm P’19, P’19 Kathryn Wesley Boehm P’19, P’19 Thomas A. Bowman ’66, P’96 Sally I. Mills P’96 Kurt F. Brandt P’16, P’19 Dawn Maree Huff ’82, P’16, P’19 Phyillis L. Brawley GP’20 Stacey S. Brooks P’20 Thomas B. Brooks P’20 A. Jocelyn Burgess P’15 Blair D. Burgess, Jr. P’15 Nancy Z. Bustamante P’21 Rene Bustamante P’21 Debra D. Chambers P’21 Helen Whiteman Charbonnet GP’19 Michael D. Charbonnet GP’19 Michael M. Chen P’20 Shelley Shan P’20 Carl D. Clark P’22 Stacey Lynn Clark P’22 Bruce Cook, Sr. GP’21 Sandra Cook GP’21 Paul T. Crane P’19 Rachelle Weiss Crane P’19 Linda E. Daichman P’20 Sean L. Daichman P’20 David S. Daniel P’19 Jeanne Belden Daniel P’19 Sharon Solomito Davidson P’94 William V. Davidson’62, P’94 Julie A. Dean P’17 Matthew V. Dean P’17 Millicent A. Dohr P’20
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PARENT AND GRANDPARENT DONORS Nathaniel M. Dohr P’20 James B. Duncan III P’22 Marie Murff Duncan P’22 Patricia Lynn Elliott P’19 Stephen B. Elliott P’19 Angela Sundberg Estes ’82, P’13 Theodore D. Estes ’83, P’13 Michael I. Flores P’19 Sarah Ann Turano-Flores P’19 B. Scott Gamble P’19 Celeste W. Gamble P’19 Virginia Taylor Gannaway ’66, P’91 Philip M. Gignoux P’11 Mary Kleinjan P’11 Leigh E. Gilbert P’22 Thomas Gilbert, Jr. P’22 Brent R. Given P’19 Christine Carol Given P’19 Jeffery Glen Grigsby P’09, P’11, P’14 Nancy Lynne Grigsby P’09, P’11, P’14 Sue Dunn Hall ’69, P’92, P’02 Cynthia B. Henkelmann P’19 Gregory C. Henkelmann P’19 Joanne Joyce Howard P’19 Robert K. Howard P’19 Arturo Imperial GP’19 Nina Imperial GP’19 Patricia Dunn Jarrett ’65, P’93 Karen Sue Karem P’22 Kevin L. Karem P’22 Astrid Kiker P’16, P’19, P’19 Steve A. Kiker P’16, P’19, P’19 Bret Korba P’20 Jennifer Korba P’20 Melanie H. Kuhr P’19 Jack T. Lassiter ’69, P’15 Particia Wilson Lassiter P’15 Courtland Mobley Lewis ’69, P’97 Richard Z. Lewis P’97 Susan Dixon Love P’19 Todd M. Love P’19 Ashley Susan Lucas P’22 Lee E. Lucas P’22 Joseph S. Maniscalco P’19 ^ Lisa Marie Maniscalco P’19 Anne B. Mathes ’76, P’17 Joel A. Reisman P’17 Julie Weiss McCarty P’19 Thomas M. McCarty P’19 Elizabeth M. McGlasson P’20 Tyler R. McGlasson P’20 Kenneth B. McIntyre P’22 Mary Beth McIntyre P’22 Charles W. McNeely, IV P’19 Christine Wake McNeely P’19 Marilia Mercader P’20 Jane E. Miers P’20 I. Jenkins Mikell III P’19 Julia M. Mikell P’19 Eduardo L. Montalvo, Sr. P’21 Michelle C. Montalvo P’21
Robert L. Montgomery, Sr. ’50, P’81 Paige L. Moody P’22 Beth E. Nabors P’16 Jeffery R. Nabors P’16 John K. Osoinach ’69, P’93 John Palazzetti P’20 Samuel W. Paris P’21 Susan Paris P’21 Robert B. Patterson P’13 Susan Hook Patterson ’87, P’13 George T. Patton P’19 Jacqueline Ann Patton P’19 Padma Sree Peravali P’17 Purna C. Peravali P’17 Frances Crouch Perkins ’51, GP’07, GP’10, GP’12 Catherine E. Phillips P’15 Daniel J. Phillips P’15 Gigi Porcelli GP’22 J. Carlos Porcelli GP’22 C. Frank Potter ’68, P’97 Judith James Potter ’69, P’97 Bruce A. Reed P’14 Page B. Reed P’14 Harriet Long Ross P’94 John J. Ross P’94 Alex Saharovich P’19 Debra Saharovich P’19 Andrew Siegel P’19 Debra Siegel P’19 Jeffrey R. Simons GP’19 Lois R. Simons GP’19 Carole Bailey Stoneking ’80, P’16 Hal T. Stoneking ’79, P’16 Margaret Z. Summitt P’11, P’18 Robert L. Summitt, Jr. ’79, P’11, P’18 Sara Sparr Taylor ’46, P’68, P’71, P’74 ^ Fred C. Tolsdorf P’18 Judy H. Tolsdorf P’18 Linda Z. Tufton P’08, P’09, P’10, P’13, P’17 Peter Michael Tufton P’08, P’09, P’10, P’13, P’17 Andrew A. Vance, Jr. P’04 Frances M. Vance P’04 Lois Vick GP’20 Benjamin F. Ward, Jr. ’65, P’91, P’93 Cullen C. Wilkerson P’19 Susan Payor Wilkerson P’19 Ellen Kay Wilkinson P’19 Craven E. Williams GP’22 Judith C. Williams GP’22 Leslie Lewis Winfrey P’19 Timothy J. Winfrey P’19 Jim Winkates P’99, P’03 Lorita Cosner Winkates P’99, P’03 Four Anonymous Donors
J. Jordan Abbott ’88, P’19 Megan Dalrymple Abbott ’89, P’19 Eliazabeth E. Adler P’21 Mickal P. Adler P’21 Julia Wellford Allen ’47, P’76, GP’16 Julie Clare Antaya P’12 Richard Scott Antaya P’12 David Charles Bach P’11 Nora Margaret Bach P’11 Ann E. Barber P’13 John F. Barber P’13 James H. Barkley P’19 Jan Downton Barkley P’19 Jay E. Barmish P’20 Ernestine Benton GP’20 Will Benton GP’20 John Bober P’17 Lesley Snelling P’17 Rebecca Pixler Boone ’73, P’00 Adel Botros P’11 Carolyn Stramka-Botros P’11 Cheryl Bradford P’19 Robert Bradford P’19 Mary Elizabeth Bradley P’18 William R. Bradley, Jr. P’18 Regan L. Cardamone P’18, P’20 Donald M. Williams P’18, P’20 Janie Baxter Carloss ’67, P’90 Jody Casella ’89, P’19 Richard D. Eskildsen ’90, P’19 J. Timothy Cloyd P’20, P’22 Tandy Goodlett Cobb ’67, P’93 Duncan V. Crawford ’68, P’97 Margaret Ellen Crawford P’97 Larry D. Crowell P’17, P’19 Susan Gamble Crowell ’84, P’17, P’19 Harmon B. Deal III P’18 Millicent Rowe Deal P’18 Gary R. Dobson GP’19 Mary Louise Dobson GP’19 James F. Drummond, Jr. ’74, P’12 Allison E. Jones ’75, P’12 N. Courtney Edington P’21 Sherard C. Edington ’85, P’21 John Evans, Jr. P’10 Margaret Evans P’10 Melissa Moore Faber P’19 Richard D. Faber P’19 Camille Roberts Fenton P’11 John M. Fenton P’11 Deborah M. Flaherty P’18 James P. Flaherty P’18 Angela Lee Fontana P’19 Andre M. Szuwalski P’19 Gerald L. Foret GP’20 Christy Holt Frierson P’11 John Bolinger Frierson P’11 John H. Gamble GP’19 David L. Garrett ’73, P’03 Virginia Shettlesworth Garrett ’73, P’03 Gerrald A. Giblin, Jr. P’15
Marianna B. Giblin P’15 Edward Gilbert GP’19 Merle Fay Gilbert GP’19 Annie M. Godfrey ’75, P’06 John L. Kittle, Jr. P’06 Emmel B. Golden, Jr. ’72, P’00 Nancy Jaco Golden ’71, P’00 Jean Ann Grabias P’03 Joseph S. Grabias P’03 Jayleen Regina Hague P’19 Lynn G. Hague P’19 Anne B. Harden P’20 William D. Harden IV P’20 James C. Head ’65, P’04 Ann Reed Held ’73, P’03 Neil W. Hoffman P’19 Diana Margaret Woods P’19 Donna M. Holstrom P’20 Kurt Jacobs P’21 Lauren Jacobs P’21 Jeffrey G. Jones P’19 Matthias Kaelberer P’15 Michelle Marie Mattson P’15 Andrea Monice Kemp P’19 Eric M. Kemp, Sr. P’19 David Kim P’18 Phyllis L. Kim P’18 B.A. King, Jr. GP’20 C. Fran King GP’20 John E. Kirkpatrick GP’20 Phyllis J. Kirkpatrick GP’20 Kenneth M. Klemm P’21 Leslie I. Klemm P’21 David E. Knauss P’15 Jacki A. Knauss P’15 Frederick Condit Kneip P’08 Marion Susan Kneip P’08 Jacqueline F. Koorbusch P’18 Todd J. Koorbusch P’18 Gary A. LaPorte P’15 Gayle C. LaPorte P’15 Bruce R. Lindsey ’70, P’98 Hallie Lindsey P’98 Jamie Bibee Lloyd ’75, P’04 Daniel P. Logan, Jr. ’59, P’83, P’90, GP’19 Karen Boyce Logan ’60, P’83, P’90, GP’19 Don Lum P’00, P’04 Gwendolyn Kay Lum P’00, P’04 Gretchen L. Mancieri P’18 Helen Donahue Martin P’14 James R. Martin, Jr. ’76, P’14 Kristin K. Martin P’20 Kathleen Patricia McCullough P’19 Mark T. McCullough P’19 Claude A. McMillion ’59, P’88 Margaret Stewart McMillion ’60, P’88 Larry T. Miller P’93 Patti Jeanne Miller P’93 Melanie Casady Miller ’81, P’08 Ted Jonathan Miller P’08 Carroll Tuthill Minor ’52, P’78 John S. Moses P’02 Marilyn Linhart Moses P’02
Gifts reflecting an increase to a higher level are marked with ( )
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FALL2019 C. Eric Mount, Jr. ’57, P’83, P’85 Truly Brown Mount ’59, P’83, P’85 Christopher J. Muniz P’19 Tuyet Kim Pham P’19 Michael S. Musso P’20 Samantha M. Musso P’20 Teresa Watson Nelson P’09 Vicki O’ Neill P’20 Edwin L. Page P’21 Pamela H. Page P’21 H. Leonard Page GP’21 Ida P. Page GP’21 David W. Perlis ’90, P’19 Suzanne Gonce Perlis ’90, P’19 Fred H. Piper ’80, P’17 Jill Johnson Piper ’80, P’17 Tonya Pressley P’19 Joan C. Price P’16 R. Barker Price P’16 A. Jay Pugh GP’21 James D. Rippeto, Jr. P’18 Suzanne H. Rippeto P’18 Edward L. Ruegg, Jr. P’19 Heather H Ruegg P’19 Bobby Sands P’17 Elizabeth Sands P’17 Charles W. Sartain P’14 Erica L. Sartain ’73, P’14 Julie Ginden Sears P’22 Xiaohong Si P’21 Girish V. Sinojia P’20 Hina N. Sinojia P’20 Carol Ann Quade Smalley ’60, P’87 J. Bryan Smalley ’56, P’87 Donna Jo Miles Smith ’62, P’88, GP’15 Jamye S. Stern P’20 Steven S. Stern P’20 Loretta A. Sweeney P’17 R. Michael Sweeney P’17 Angela Kay Tilley P’22 Michael D. Tilley P’22 Jennifer L. Tolle-Whiteside P’20 Frederick V. Whiteside III P’20 Martin Torch GP’21 Sheila Torch GP’21 James E. Turner ’56, GP’14, GP’19 Kay W. Turner GP’14, GP’19 Miriam Vega P’21 Ricardo Vega P’21 James R. Walker, Jr. ’69, P’00 Lucy Hollingsworth Walker P’00 Eleanor Brown Weaver ’53, P’85 Amelie Christian Weems ’77, P’12, P’15 J. John Weems, Jr. ’77, P’12, P’15 Jon D. Wendt P’21 Mary E. Wendt P’21 Lin C. Wetterau, Jr. P’83 Mary McDonald Wetterau ’54, P’83
Le’ta Donnell Wicker P’22 Scott A. Wicker P’22 Daniel Keith Wood P’14 Eileen Ruffin Wood ’89, P’14 Caroline Wright GP’20 J. Hugh Wright GP’20 Betsy Zachry P’19 Jason D. Zagrodzky P’20 Vicki J. Zagrodzky P’20 Gary Zahler GP’21 Olivia DeLoach Zahler ’67, P’94, P’99, GP’21 Emily Perkins Zerfoss P’12 Thomas Bowman Zerfoss III P’12 One Anonymous Donor
Elizabeth Lynn Abbott P’00 Robert L. Abbott P’00 James C. Abbott, Jr. P’22 Maricruz Abbott P’22 Lorraine Rayburn Abernathy ’58, P’87 Jesse R. Adams, Jr. P’91, GP’18, GP’20 Robert H. Adams GP’20 Mary Macgill Agre P’11 Peter C. Agre P’11 Steven P. Ahearn P’21 Valerie B. Ahearn P’21 William Aiken GP’22 John Alar GP’16 Louise H. Alar GP’16 Elizabeth Albino P’22 Amy L. Allen P’20 Charlene Jayroe Allen ’57, GP’14 Timothy Aloia P’19 Nancy Eberhardt P’19 Maria Alsamadisi P’12 Morsy Alsamadisi P’12 Cheri Geiger Alsobrook P’22 John G. Alsobrook ’87, P’22 H. Lawrence Amberg P’22 Suzanne Marie Amberg P’22 Carmen Webb Anderson ’71, P’97 Ronald K. Anderson ’71, P’97 Patricia E. Arevalo-Porcelli P’22 Carlo E. Porcelli P’22 Elaine VanAuken Atkinson ’72, P’97, P’00, P’08 John T. Atkinson ’70, P’97, P’00, P’08 Carolyn Humphrey Avery P’99 William H. Avery P’99 Melain Badamo P’21 Michael J. Badamo P’21 Hala Hamam Bahouth P’22 Suleiman W. Bahouth P’22 Gordon E. Baird P’90, P’94 Vada M. Baird P’90, P’94 Lauretta C. Baker GP’21 Noel C. Baker, Jr. GP’21 Richard L. Baker, Jr. P’19 Richard A. Banks ’85, P’15
Stephanie D. Banks P’15 Sherry Barnes GP’22 Ulysses A. Barnes, Sr. GP’22 Jana Barnes-Matlock P’21 Gary D. Matlock P’21 Scott R. Barnum P’19 Lisa Meg Mosteller-Barnum P’19 Kathryn Woodson Barr ’85, P’15 Thomas H. Barr P’15 Ellen Woodruff Batchelor ’67, P’96 Robert M. Bates GP’19 April C. Bauder P’19 Michael C. Bauder P’19 Janet C. Beall GP’20 M. Scott Beall, Jr. GP’20 Fred K. Beeson ’57, P’87 Ida Bell P’93, GP’19 James F. Bell P’93, GP’19 Edward D. Bellingrath P’21 Laureen Benafield P’22 John A. Bennett P’15, P’19 Kimberly S. Bennett P’15, P’19 Lori Anne Bennett P’22 Jorge Rodriguez P’22 Betty J. Bennett GP’22 Ronald Bennett GP’22 John G. Benoist ’77, P’08, P’12 Marian Ward Benoist ’79, P’08, P’12 Catherine Dailey Berger ’75, P’02, P’05 Stephen C. Berger ’74, P’02, P’05 Jonathan Duane Berger P’11, P’13 Rebecca K. Berger P’11, P’13 David W. Blankenship ’67, P’90 Carl E. Bochow, Sr. GP’21 Evelyn C. Bochow GP’21 Barbara A Bonds P’17 Stephen A. Bonds P’17 John A. Booth P’19 Julie St. Martin Bordelon P’06, P’12 Rebecca Lynne Boss P’19 Robert M. Boss III P’19 Linda Brandewiede P’04 Robert P. Brandewiede P’04 Joffa L. Braymer P’17, P’19 Steven R. Smith P’17, P’19 Cheryl Ann Brennan P’22 James M. Brennan P’22 Juana Brigido-Leon-Rosas P’22 Porfirio Rosas P’22 Donald Mayer Briskman P’07 Hollace Williams Briskman P’07 Carolyn J. Brown P’21 H. Lusby Brown P’21 Rita Bruce P’78, P’82, GP’20, GP’22 William R. Bruce P’78, P’82, GP’20, GP’22 James O. Bryant GP’20
Gwin Buford GP’20 T.C. Buford GP’20 Jerry L. Bullins P’04 Marie Carol Bullins P’04 Katherine Burchfield GP’19 Joseph A. Burke P’21 Katherine M. Burke P’21 Peter E. Burke P’20 Marie E. Byrne P’13 Stephen B. Klein P’13 Norris Wayne Campbell P’08 Patricia Campbell P’08 Cecil G. Carlton GP’22 Linda L. Carter P’15 Phillip R. Hurst P’15 Vicki R. Cavey GP’20 Corinne E Celata GP’19 Michael E. Celata GP’19 Ann McKoy Chapman P’91 H. McCreal Chapman P’91 Diane Swann Chastain P’03 Donald G. Chastain P’03 David Chu P’15 Joy K. Noble P’15 James E. Church P’04, P’09, P’11 Pamela H. Church P’04, P’09, P’11 Jeffery L. Clardy P’19 Julia Ann Clardy P’19 Andre J. Clarke P’19 Janice Edwards-Clarke P’19 Kevin L. Clary P’22 Lynn Harrison Clary P’22 Cristina De Silva Clinton P’22 John E. P. Clinton ’82, P’22 B. Wayne Coggins, Sr. GP’20 Donald O. Collins GP’20 Mary K. Collins GP’20 Dusanne J. Comkornruecha P’99 Prachak Comkornruecha P’99 Carla Conley P’84 Paul E. Cooper, Sr. GP’22 W. Sue Cooper GP’22 Edward Coughlin P’19 Kristy Lee Coughlin P’19 Kathelyn Couseault GP’20 Wendy Sue Covey-Scott P’13 Michael James Scott P’13 Leslie M. Crais P’21 Stewart S. Crais ’94, P’21 Bryan K. Cribb P’20 Kari C. Cribb P’20 Kathryn D. Crighton-Smith P’21 Daniel E. Cullen P’11 Susanna Bluhm Cullen P’11 Marla D. Cunningham P’21 T. Scott Cunningham P’21 John C. Daniels GP’18 Deborah Ann Danielson P’19 Robert P. Danielson P’19 Derek L. Davis P’22 Susanna K. Davis P’22 Gerald James Davis P’10
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PARENT AND GRANDPARENT DONORS Kathleen Davis P’10 W. Glenn Davis ’72, P’03 Beverly B. Dawkins P’01, P’07 Charles G. Dawkins, Jr. ’73, P’01, P’07 Deborah M. Day GP’20 Julie A. Dempsey P’09 Patrick S. Dempsey ’81, P’09 Laura Dempsey P’12 Patrick Joseph Dempsey P’12 Craig R. DeVine P’14 Whitney A. DeVine P’14 David deWolfe GP’22 Margaret deWolfe GP’22 Katherine Ireys Diehl ’68, P’03, P’08 Lawrence C. Dill P’08, P’17, P’18 Peggy Killingsworth Dill P’08, P’17, P’18 Bonny B. Dorough P’20 Kermit S. Dorough, Jr. P’20 Lindsay Auer Dorris P’13, P’15 William E. Dorris P’13, P’15 Christopher B. Dotye III P’22 Constance Dotye P’22 Christina Downey P’22 Tracy Downey P’22 S. Carneal Downey, Jr. GP’22 Toni E. Downey GP’22 Gene R. Dry P’22 Kristen Martty Dry P’22 Patricia C. Dudenhoeffer GP’22 David R. Dunavant ’80, P’18 Patricia Dunavant P’18 Elizabeth S. Duncan GP’22 James B. Duncan, Jr. GP’22 Kimberly D. Earle P’17 Steven M. Earle P’17 Patricia G. Edington P’85, GP’21 Robert S. Edington ’50, P’85, GP’21 Eileen M. Novak P’21 Farar Elliott P’22 G. Joe Ellis P’17 Roxanne B. Ellis P’17 Bruce A. Erskine P’03 Helen Charcalis Erskine P’03 Barbara L. Erwin GP’18 Larry Erwin GP’18 Julie Erwin P’21 Randall E. Evans P’00 Susanne Walker Evans P’00 Robert Evanson GP’21 John E. Everett P’97 Sally Stone Everett ’69, P’97 Carla Fahhoum P’17 Joseph S. Fahhoum P’17 Andrew R. Falls ’79, P’08, P’12 Judy Ragland Falls P’08, P’12 Ghassan Fanous P’19 Jennie Stinebaugh Fanous P’19 Arthur M. Faris, Jr. GP’21 Gail C. Faris GP’21
Mona Dees Ferguson P’00 R. N. Ferguson P’00 E. Carl Fisher ’65, P’92, P’96 Lois B. Fisher P’92, P’96 Carole Fontanie P’20 Pascal Fontanie P’20 John R. Forehand, Sr. P’19 Julie Katheryn Forehand P’19 Alyson Foreman P’09 Caley Artis Foreman III P’09 Jerry C. Franklin GP’21 Barbara D. Frantz P’19 David Frantz P’19 Christopher H. Frazier ’88, P’22 Petra Lynn Meyer-Frazier ’90, P’22 James R. Freeman, Jr. P’19 Margaret Davis Freeman ’81, P’19 Renate H. Freid GP’22 Edward F. Furler, Jr. GP’22 Harold Galer III GP’22 Jill Galloway P’15 Angelita Gonzalez Garcia GP’22 Pedro P. Garcia GP’22 Anne Hazlehurst Garrard P’18 John V. Garrard ’88, P’18 Catherine A. Garrett P’20 Charles A. Garrett II P’20 Chhavy Gatbonton P’20 Salvador Gatbonton P’20 Brian C. Gaughan P’19 Julie Ellen Gaughan P’19 Bernard D. Geller GP’22 Pam Geller GP’22 Dawn Melissa Gentry P’22 Richard H. Gentry, Sr. P’22 Anthony William George P’06, P’10 Susan Marie Walsh P’06, P’10 Krista Marie Giancarlo P’19 Matthew C. Giancarlo P’19 George A. Gibbons, Jr. P’22 Donald F. Gillespie P’22 Roanna Rosen Gillespie P’22 D. Cliff Goggans P’22 Pamela Kay Goggans P’22 M. Steven Goldman P’20 Susan S. Goldman P’20 Deborah Jean Good P’19 Jeffrey E. Good P’19 Bobbye A. Goodner GP’22 Caroll V. Goodner GP’22 Debbie Bennett Goss P’10, P’12 John Bradford Goss P’10, P’12 Jim Bob Graham GP’22 David Greenberg P’20 Shirley J. Greuel GP’22 Thelma M. Griffin P’20 W. Anthony Griffin P’20 Edgar Gunter, Jr. GP’22 Homer Hadley GP’22 Anne Lilly Hagen P’22
James T. Hagen P’22 Gregory T. Hall P’20 Julia L. Nolte P’20 Jill E. Hansen P’21 Renee D. Hardin P’20 Charles R. Tammons P’20 Renee Simpson Harn P’11 Robert Eugene Harn P’11 Ellen White Harrell ’57, GP’14, GP’16 Durward S. Harris P’93 Joan Reynolds Harris P’93 John D. Harris, Jr. P’14, P’18 Nora Harris P’14, P’18 Anne Elizabeth Hayes GP’19 Jerald B. Hayes GP’19 Elizabeth A. Hazelbaker P’16 M. Carol Hechinger P’17 Richard A. Hechinger P’17 John W. Hedlund P’19 Natalie Jayne Hedlund P’19 Edward H. Henderson ’61, GP’13 John T. Henderson P’20 Trevania D. Henderson P’20 Ana M. Hermoso P’20 Blake E. Wynot P’20 Guy M. Hicks P’14 Marjorie J. Hicks P’14 Steven A. Hilton P’22 Judith Leanore Hodges P’89 David S. Hodl P’19 Mary McHugh Hodl P’19 Joy D. Hogge P’22 Howard P. Roffwarg P’22 Gene Holcomb P’90 Nancy Holcomb P’90 Sandra Hollingsworth P’22 Thomas L. Hollingsworth P’22 Brenda Black Hooper P’12 James E. Hooper ’73, P’12 Ginger A. Hooven P’16 Emilia Hotz P’21 Frederic W. Hotz P’21 Evan P. Howell III P’17, P’22 Leanne Saloom Howell P’17, P’22 Phyllis Mary Hoyt P’19 Robert E. Hoyt P’19 Elizabeth T. Hubbard P’22 Samuel D. Spofforth P’22 Anthony M. Hughes P’03 Rosemary Rowe Hughes P’03 H. Hadley Hury, Jr. ’71, P’93 Marilyn Hury P’93 Suzanne Baker Hutto P’09 Ms. Laura D. Hutton P’20 Mr. T. Hays Hutton III P’20 Christopher R. Inghram P’22 George Israel P’05, P’09 Lillian Lyle Israel ’74, P’05, P’09 Maija Burns Jackson P’19 Thomas C. Jackson P’19 Patricia Jackson Peay ’69, P’92, P’92, P’03 Sandra A. Jackson P’21 Leslie I. Jaco, Jr.’74, P’05
Erin N. Jacobs P’20 Mark A. Jacobs P’20 Paul J. James P’16, P’20 Sarah Lewis James ’82, P’16, P’20 Randall T. Jarrell P’22 Melissa Anne Johnson P’19 Paul B. Johnson P’19 Charles B. Jones P’20 Gail E. Jones P’20 Darryl B. Jones P’10, P’16 Jodi H. Jones P’10, P’16 Jody Kennard P’11 Frederick H. Sheldon P’11 David M. Kilgore ’68, P’97 Mary Rindlaub Kilgore P’97 Cari King P’22 John L. King GP’22 Linda King GP’22 Brian M. Knight P’22 Lori Ann Knight P’22 Andre H. Lagrange P’17 Marisa T. Lagrange P’17 James D. Langdon P’96 Nancy Patton Langdon ’68, P’96 E. Sorrell Lanier P’97 ^ Nell Buie Lanier ’65, P’97 Gregg A. Larson P’19 Joni Jane Larson P’19 Georges Lauture P’20 Marie F. Lauture P’20 James E. Lava GP’20 Catherine S. Lawler P’20 Peter T. Lawler P’20 Billy D. Leach P’87 Maythorne B. Leach P’87 Matthew L. Leahey P’20 Melissa F. Leahey P’20 Jeffrey W. Lee, Sr. P’19 Margaret Eikner Lee ’87, P’19 Douglas C. Lee P’18 Lynda M. Lee P’18 Emily Wolfe Leigh ’84, P’10 Jack Register Leigh P’10 Kimberly D. Lemons P’20 Dr. Lane D. Lemons P’20 Eduardo Lemus P’22 Gloria Lemus P’22 LeeAnn Leshko-Lindsay P’22 David A. Lindsay P’22 Arthur W. Lichtenberger P’17 Elisabeth Hunter Sloan P’17 Norman Lieberman GP’21 Susanne Lieberman GP’21 Andrea H. Liess P’21 Andrew S. Liess, Sr. P’21 Sheri L. Likes P’20 Donald J. Lineback P’07 Judith Ward Lineback P’07 Xiang Liu P’20 Jing Wu P’20 Susan B. Loftis P’14, P’15 William F. Loftis P’14, P’15 Misty Burbank Luthcke P’22 William L. Luthcke P’22 Frank Y. Ly P’15, P’19
Gifts reflecting an increase to a higher level are marked with ( )
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FALL2019 Katy H. Ly P’15, P’19 Gaylene Henry Lyons P’95, P’00 William Lyons ’70, P’92, P’95, P’00 Mark A. Mabante P’17, P’19 Charles G. Mackall, Jr. P’94 Mary LeJeune Mackall P’94 Margaret M. Mallory P’08, P’10 William Barton Mallory, III P’08, P’10 John M. Manchester, Sr. P’15 Lisa A. Manchester P’15 Neil A. Mara ’77, P’09 Roberta Mattis Mara ’77, P’09 Jim Marshall P’17 Traci Marshall P’17 Eduardo V. Martinez P’22 Mary K. Martinez P’22 Ralph Alton Mason P’08, P’12 Sarah Joanna Mason P’08, P’12 Robert A. Mazzetti P’18 Merrie T. Morris-Mazzetti P’18 William J. McConnell GP’19 Catherine McCormick P’19, P’21 Carney McGreery McCullough P’17 Arden Ritter McElroy ’76, P’09 Charles W. McElroy ’73, P’09 Virginia S. McGuire GP’22 Steven L. McKenzie P’01 Susan Robinson McLean ’58, P’82, P’85, P’89 William H. McLean ’57, P’82, P’85, P’89 Elizabeth McMullin P’22 Bonnie Moore McNeely ’77, P’17 Dennis L. McNeely P’17 J. Rogers McNeil ’89, P’16 Reagan Roper McNeil ’88, P’16 Keith McTaggart P’19 Lisa Michelle McTaggart P’19 Patricia A. Monetti GP’21 Robert H. Monetti, Sr. GP’21 Bill Montgomery GP’20 Julie B. Morgan P’21 Michael D. Morgan P’21 Joeseph M. Morrow GP’19 Rebecca H Mulholland P’21 Stephen A Mulholland P’21 John C. Murphy P’16 Lacy A. Murphy P’16 Robin Friedman Musicante P’19 Sergio A. Musicante P’19 Julie Naids P’20 William D. Naids P’20 Susan Pope Neelly P’01 William R. Neelly P’01 F. James Neil, Jr. P’19 Jean M. Neil P’19 David R. Neithamer ’84, P’13 Elizabeth Martin Neithamer ’84, P’13
Lynne Neitzschman GP’19 Linda E. Nelson ’02, P’05 Michael C. Nelson P’05 Patricia M. Nesbit GP’22 William M. S. Nesbit GP’22 Anh Nguyen P’13 Ellen Sams Nichol ’73, P’99 Gina Barath Nilsen P’19 Robert A. Nilsen P’19 Amy R. Norton P’22 William A. Norton, Jr. P’22 Uchenna R. Nwaneri P’21 Mayme C. Williams P’21 Vera T. O’Brien GP’18 William C. O’Brien, Jr. GP’18 Jeannie Beauregard O’Toole ’87, P’22 Terrence H. O’Toole P’22 Carol A. Orr P’91 Robert A. Orr, Jr. ’64, P’91 Jennifer Ortega P’20 Nanci Pearson P’20 Patricia Gayle Osler P’97 Thomas M. Osler P’97 Elizabeth Oswalt GP’22 Nancy Owens P’85 William S. Owens P’85 Carol Anne Parham P’19 Jerry J. Parham P’19 Jin-Young Park P’17, P’19 Kwan Park P’17, P’19 George T. Parker GP’22 Nadine Parker GP’22 William B. Parkinson P’19 C. Raul Pastrana P’20 Sara M. Pastrana P’20 Catherine Ann Patterson P’12 David L. Patterson P’12 Barbara K. Payne P’20 Richard Payne P’20 Kent E. Payne P’20 Michelle F. Payne P’20 E. Malcolm Pearson P’17 Melinda Hurst Pearson ’75, P’17 Atanas I. Pehlivanov P’21 Katyusha V. Pehlivanov P’21 Christopher Pennewill, Jr. P’22 Elizabeth Colvin Pennewill P’22 Alan D. Pennington P’21 Stephanie A. Pennington P’21 Carole Gloria Perchik GP’19 Herman L. Perchik GP’19 Sally E. Pfister GP’22 William C. Pfister, Sr. GP’22 Dac Tat Pham P’13 Judith Panipinto Phelps ’78, P’09 William C. Phelps ’77, P’09 Bill Pickle GP’20 Janet Pickle GP’20 Eric W. Pinker P’19 Melanie Johnson Pinker P’19 Sue Caldwell Pond ’61, P’86, P’92 Barbara Pons GP’22
Robert F. Pons GP’22 Annette Wilkerson Porter ’77, P’08 William Allison Porter P’08 Caroline C. Pugliese P’20 Guillermina Toal Punzalan P’97 Roger G. Punzalan P’97 Jerrie Jonakin Raines P’19 William B. Raines, Jr. P’19 Cecil H. Rand GP’20 Edith M. Rand GP’20 Janet E. Rappe GP’22 John C. Rappe GP’22 Amy W. Rawlinson P’13, P’19 W. Thomas Rawlinson P’13, P’19 Katherine Raymond P’20 Paul Raymond P’20 Nicholas Reding GP’22 Patricia Reding GP’22 Helen F. Reinecke-Wilt ’85, P’18 Justin S. Wilt P’18 Ann Winingear Richardson P’19 Edward J. Richardson P’19 Chris Richie P’20, P’22 Julie Richie P’20, P’22 Mark D. Riopel P’22 Rebecca Riopel P’22 Sharon Denice Robertson P’22 William Robertson, Jr. P’22 Jack D. Robinson P’89, P’97 Judith Hollingsworth Robinson ’64, P’89, P’97 Teri A. Robinson P’20 Hubert A. Rodriguez, Sr. GP’22 Mercedes Rodriguez GP’22 Albert E. Roevens P’22 Kathleen Jane Roevens P’22 M. Helen Rogers GP’21, GP’21 Lady Ray Romano ’79, P’16 Ray W. Romano P’16 Barbara J. Roos GP’22 David I. Roos, Jr. GP’22 Arthur L. Rosenkrantz P’19 Janis Ruth Rosenkrantz P’19 Julie Benson Ross P’19 Paul K. Ross P’19 Charles Rotgin, Jr. GP’22 Whitley V. Rotgin GP’22 Angela Joanne Rowland GP’19 John R. Rowland, Sr. GP’19 ^ James F. Russell ’67, P’92 Linda Russell P’92 Ruth Metcalfe Rye ’84, P’16 Scott C. Rye ’83, P’16 Henry J. Sadler GP’20 Harrylyn Graves Sallis ’57, P’80 W. Charles Sallis P’80 Bonita Faye Sammarco P’22 Timothy Sammarco P’22 Mayuri Sawarkar P’21 Rakesh Sawarkar P’21 Ted Scheetz GP’20 Theresa Scheetz GP’20 Laura Schindler P’19 Richard J. Schindler P’19
C.F. Schneider GP’19 H. Benjamin Scott, Jr. ’94, P’21 Riddell Walcott Scott ’95, P’21 Brian R. Seage P’22 Kyle E. Seage P’22 Martha Hunter Shepard ’66, P’97 Randall B. Shepard, Jr. ’64, P’97 Elaine Shepp GP’20 Eugene L. Shepp GP’20 Dianne Rickoll Short ’67, P’93, P’96 J. Richard Short P’93, P’96 Angelica A. Simon P’20 J. Mark Simon P’20 Avtar Singh GP’22 Baldev Singh GP’22 Peggy Ann Slater P’10 Richard M. Slater P’10 Martha Sloan P’21 S. Ross Sloan P’21 Helen Moss Smith ’74, P’01 Randall L. Smith P’01 Jeffrey P. Smith P’12, P’16, P’21 Linda F. Smith P’12, P’16, P’21 Quentin N. Smith P’22 Tammy Renee Smith P’22 Renee Clare Smith P’19 Thomas F. Smith P’19 Carleen Smith GP’22 Woodie R. Smith GP’22 Rebecca Snipes GP’22 Skip Snipes GP’22 Daryl W. Snyder P’21 Kenneth P. Sommerkamp, Sr. GP’19 Susan S. Sommerkamp GP’19 Louis J. Sternitzky GP’22 Cynthia Stevens GP’15 Jack R. Stevens ’71, GP’15 Mary Gayle Stoner P’01, P’03 Stephen P. Stoner P’01, P’03 James G. Stranch III P’06, P’10 Jane Branstetter Stranch P’06, P’10 Gary Street GP’22 Jane Street GP’22 Kimberly Anne Summerhays P’19 Robert R. Summerhays P’19 Bob Swanson II P’20 Carolyn T. Swanson P’20 Marie P. Sweeney GP’22 William E. Sweeney GP’22 Gayle M. Swinerton P’21 Geoffrey N. Swinerton P’21 James S. Tart P’98 Mitchel L. Taylor P’22 Gus B. Thames GP’22 Margaret L. Thames GP’22 Patricia Cecile Thelven P’22 Aileen S. Thomas P’20 David M. Thomas II ’84, P’20 Marly Thomas GP’19 Jeffrey Lee Thomasson P’11 Alton W. Tipps GP’22
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PARENT AND GRANDPARENT DONORS Erna L. Tipps GP’22 Christopher J. Toohey, Sr. P’17 Elena C. Toohey P’17 Paul D. Trapeni P’20 Vickie Trapeni P’20 Erin H. Tucker P’21 James C. Tucker P’21 Elizabeth Hood Turner P’06 Nancy H. Turner P’16 Selwyn H. Turner III P’06 Steven H. Turner P’16 Frances A. Uhiren GP’20 Tommy Uhiren GP’20 Betsy Ramier Vacheron ’82, P’17, P’17 Dominique Vacheron P’17, P’17 Robert L. Vanderwall P’20 Adele VanOverbeke ’74, P’08 Angie J. Wagner P’21 Clinton J. Wagner P’21 Jeanne Walthall GP’22 Lee Walthall GP’22 Kequan Wang P’21 Rick Lane Warren III P’10 Polly Pogue Warren P’10 Jenny Washburne P’22 Thomas Washburne P’22 Patricia G. Washnock P’14 Richard L. Washnock P’14 Joseph Harding Wehby P’12 Kimberly Greer Wehby P’12 Marshall J. Wellborn, Jr. P’90 Karyn Wendt P’18 Steven C. Wendt P’18 Brenda Hickman West ’64, P’91 Robert W. West III ’64, P’91 Lewis P. Wexler P’86 Lynda Lipscomb Wexler ’60, P’86 Camille D. Whalum P’21, P’21 Kevin H. Whalum P’21, P’21 John T. Whatley P’22 Kathleen E. Whatley P’22 James M. Whelan P’17 Renee C. Whelan P’17 Carolyn Whipple GP’20 Bruce White P’21 John D. Wigodsky P’06 Mary Lynn Wigodsky P’06 Robert S. Wilkinson P’19 ^ Bernadette Pian Williams ’77, P’12 Steve Williams P’12 Jennifer Campbell Willis P’22 Kenyon Willis P’22 Gary N. Willoughby P’22 Rita Reyes Willoughby P’22 Amy R. Wilson P’18 Donald Wilson P’18 Christine Palatucci Wilson P’22 Douglas E. Wilson P’22 Susan Wilson P’15 Ward T. Wilson ’79, P’15
Diane Marie Winograd P’19 John A. Winograd P’19 Alabel May Wiser ’64, P’92 Gordon E. Wood, Jr. P’19 Lauren Layton Wood P’19 James R. Wood GP’19 Catharine Millar Woods ’81, P’12 Thomas N. Woods ’81, P’12 Jacalyn M. Wright P’04, P’09 Robert W. Wright P’04, P’09 Kevin H. Wright P’19 Cyryl Pogon Yannitell P’97 Daniel W. Yannitell P’97 Marguerite York GP’22 Mark David Zalin P’09 Stephanie Steele Zalin P’09 Steven W. Zamojski P’21 Mary L. Zeigler P’95 Robert E. Zeigler P’95 Dennis K. Zimmerman P’00 Vince Ziolkowski P’22 Nine Anonymous Donors
Bernadette C. Abrams P’20 Carmen Lu Adams-Schulz P’19 Steven E. Schulz P’19 Barbara E. Almasy GP’19 Julia T. Aquila P’20 Vincent S. Aquila P’20 Kim Speak Arnold P’07 William Ellis Arnold III P’07 Mimi Atkinson ’73, P’07 Bill Pendergrass, III ’69, P’07 Charles B. Baize P’85, GP’16 Melissa Cook Davis Baize P’85, GP’16 Darren Ball P’19 Theresse R. Ball P’19 Helen Ballew P’21 David O. Ribble P’21 Amani P. Barnett P’16 Rhonda Bassett P’20 Barrett R. Battle P’21 Erica N. Battle P’21 Joanne Beckham P’88 Roger H. Beckham P’88 Heidi R. Bennett P’21 Robert A. Bennett P’21 Bryan O. Berry P’20 Glenda F. Berry P’20 Kathleen Core Bishop P’11 Robert Welch Bishop P’11 Bruce A. Bolyard P’19 P.K. Scheerle P’19 Diane M. Bonner P’06 Ronnie B. Bonner P’06 Kelly Boots P’19 Tanya L. Boyd P’17 Charles R. Jones P’17 William S. Boyd, Jr. ’65, P’15 Joyce P. Jacobsen P’15
Connie K. Brennan P’98 Dennis F. Brennan P’98 Carol Coaker Brewer P’00 Berney McInnis Bridges ’65, P’92 Heather J. Broneak P’16 Thomas L. Broneak P’16 John H. Broocks IV P’09 Yvette M. Broocks P’09 Francis H. Brown P’16 Skye McLeod P’16 Alexander M. Bruce P’22 Kathryn Lynn Bruce P’22 Louise Slack Bruce P’11 Michael George Bruce P’11 Lois G. Buddy GP’18 Richard L. Bullington ’91, P’21 Kathleen K. Donnelly ’92, P’21 Graham Walker Burns P’00 Alyce Jappe Burr ’64, P’96 Julia Patricia Cahill-O’Shea P’22 Stephen M. O’Shea P’22 Lindy C. Gardner Caldwell P’98 Stephen A. Caldwell ’68, P’98 Janice Maria Campbell P’08, P’11 Warren Perry Campbell P’08, P’11 Patricia J. Canale P’89, GP’17 Julia Evans Cantu P’19 Heidi Hayslett Carroll ’82, P’13, P’15 Morris Carroll P’13, P’15 Lisa M. Casale P’16 Eric Daiter P’16 Dawn Casey P’13 Michael A. Celata P’19 Cynthia L. Warren P’19 Traci L. Chamberlin P’21 Noreena Ann Chance P’19 Emanueal D. Thomas P’19 Cristopher M. Chapman P’20 Rebecca Y. Cherinet P’18 Teferi Cherinet P’18 Meguewell Childs P’22 June Davis P’22 Suzanne K. Childs P’20 Diane H. Chimowitz P’14 Anthony M. Chrestman P’20 Lindsey L. Chrestman ’01, P’20 Kristi L. Christman P’21 Michael P. Christman P’21 Gregory L. Clark P’22 Mary Joan Clark P’22 Deena Marie Cossich P’12 Phil Francis Cossich P’12 Beth A. Cotter P’20 Stephen M. DeWitt P’20 Elizabeth A. Courtney P’21 John C. Courtney P’21 E. Currey Courtney ’78, P’17 James R. Cox P’16 Lori A. Cox P’16 Shellie Ruoff Creson ’90, P’21 Yelena V. Crosston P’20 David E. Crouse P’22
Tracy Lin Crouse P’22 James T. Curtis P’20 Wendy E. Curtis P’20 Malinda Davenport Crisp P’20 M. Rebecca Davis ’84, P’20, P’22 Gregory E. de Witt ’91, P’16 Kelli Pacello de Witt ’92, P’16 Catherine D. Deason P’20 Carol S. DeHaven GP’20 Charles W. DeHaven GP’20 Lauren Wellford Deming ’87, P’20 Willoughby H. Deming P’20 David C. Dew P’20 Kirk D. Dillman P’17 Lori Huff Dillman P’17 Philip Doherty GP’19 Angela D. Doi P’20 Derwin H. Doi P’20 Nancy E. Doss P’14 Brenda Armstrong Eckles P’00 Thom E. Eckles P’99, P’00 James Egan P’19 Martha Egan P’19 Anna B. Ellis P’21 John C. Ellis P’21 David W. English P’20 Sheri M. English P’20 Kate Z. Enright ’88, P’21 Michael Enright P’21 Bonnie A. Ertelt P’20 Jonathan B. Ertelt P’20 Darlyn Henderson Fabacher P’02, P’06 Robert J. Fabacher P’02, P’06 Angelyn G. Fahey GP’20 Martin W. Fahey GP’20 Peter Marcus Falion P’08 Elizabeth Ward Tannenbaum P’08 Richard S. Fenster GP’20 Christopher H. Ferguson P’22 Kasia Ferguson P’22 Jon J. Ferguson P’17 Ruth Daly Ferguson P’17 Anthony J. Ferrentino P’21 Jennifer C. Ferrentino P’21 Carmen Ferrer GP’19, GP’21 Rafael Ferrer GP’19, GP’21 Bruce E. Files P’21, P’21 Lisa M. Files P’21, P’21 Sandra Denise Fortier P’19 Morgan C. Fowler ’44, P’71, GP’19 ^ Carole Jennings Freeburg ’81, P’82 Colene M. Gaston P’16 Roger C. Montgomery P’16 Richard V. Gaudio P’19 Susan Marie Gaudio P’19 Maureen P. Gerber P’21 Warren E. Gerber, Jr. P’21 Marlene Gillis GP’21 Willie Gillis, Jr. GP’21 Lucina Goldsby P’03, P’06 Talmadge K. Goldsby P’03, P’06
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FALL2019 John B. Gooch, Jr. GP’19 Julia Anne Claverie Gooch GP’19 Eric I. Gottlieb P’22 Rebecca Terrell P’22 Joyce Helen Greene P’22 Crystal Nicole Greenlee P’19 Tiffany P. Griffin P’20 Heather Lynn Haas P’22 Keith L. Haas P’22 Hanan A Hamada P’22 Yahia Z. Hamada P’22 Carolyn Hargrove P’19 Sandra A. Harrison P’20 Marita B. Hartshorn GP’22 Robert T. Hartshorn GP’22 Tamma Lehmann Havercamp ’64, P’89, P’96 Becky Y. Hayes P’20 Gary M. Heacock P’07 Kathy R. Heacock P’07 C. Todd Heifner P’20 Kevin J. Hendrickson P’06 Laura Bartels Hendrickson P’06 Katherine G. Hendrix P’04 V. Keith Hendrix, Sr. P’04 Cynthia Hernandez P’21 Margaret Wilson Hilliard P’07 Michael Ross Hilliard P’07 Khanh L. Hoang GP’16 Minh Q. Nguyen GP’16 Carla M. Hoots P’20 James E. Hoots P’20 David M. Huntoon P’20 Laura M. Huntoon P’20 Bill Hussey GP’22 Linda Hussey GP’22 Katherine G. Hutcheson P’21 D. Scott Ilnicky P’18 Helen M. Ilnicky P’18 A. Woodson Isom, Jr. P’96, P’05, P’10 Claudia Rickert Isom P’96, P’05, P’10 Gregory L. James P’21 Windee L. James P’21 Heather R. Jeffcoat P’22 Susan M. Jegley P’15 Michael E. McAlister P’15 Douglas W. Jessup P’22 Bonnie J. Johnson GP’20 Leticia D. Johnson P’19 Marvin D. Johnson, Jr. P’19 Francis Bruce Johnston P’03 Sue Snavely Johnston P’03 Angela Jones P’22 David L. Jones P’22 Geraldine Prichard Kaller ’54, P’78, P’82, P’84 Janis J. Kandle GP’20 Eric M. Kaplan P’19 Bradley P. Katz P’19 Sharon Berrigan Katz P’19 Jo Cox Kenny ’64, GP’22 Max Sanders GP’22 Joong Hyung Kim P’21
Jung Mi Kim P’21 Kenneth G. King P’19 Linda Bluestone King P’19 Sheryl Klehr-Ottinger P’19 Alan Stuart Kleiman P’09 Arlene Joy Kleiman P’09 Joanna Kruse P’21 Mark Kruse P’21 Anne Rice Lacy ’84, P’15 Jim Lamberti GP’19 ^ Lucille P. Lamberti GP’19 Emily Hatcher Landreth ’63, P’87 Lalitha Lane P’22 Scott D. Lane P’22 Ann M. Leafstedt P’20 Carl S. Leafstedt P’20 Juan Ledezma-Gomez P’22 David S. Lewis P’14 Ramona K. Lewis P’14 Terrence P. Long P’19 Deborah Lynn Maloney P’19 L. Peter Lowrie P’17 Laurie Ann Connolly Lowrie P’17 Kristen Elise Luft P’19 Marilyn A. Malan GP’20 Andrew A. Markus P’01 Linda Lou Markus P’01 Sarah Mason P’17 Bradley Roberts P’17 Suzanne Massey P’17 James B. Massey III P’17 Joshua B. McCanless ’89, P’17 Lisa Smith McCanless ’88, P’17 Daniel McIntosh P’21 Nancy McPherson P’92 Kellie C. Mercurio P’21 T. Dean Mercurio P’21 Jennifer Lynn Mitchell P’19 Mark A. Mitchell P’19 Camille Crenshaw Monohan ’65, P’86 Nancy Gist Moody ’71, P’01 Richard S. Moody P’01 Michael L. Mosby ’86, P’15 Valerie E. Mosby P’15 Len Mudry GP’20 Nancy Mudry GP’20 Lisa Nawrocki P’20 Michael L. Nawrocki P’20 Bang U. Nguyen P’16 Laurie Fromberg Norris ’87, P’17 Robert L. Norris III P’17 Kimberly S. Olson P’19 C. Richard Orth GP’20 Judith A. Orth GP’20 Angela Paez P’22 Dietwin Smoli, Sr. P’22 Marti Michele Parkinson P’19 Julianne Scobey Parks ’89, P’17 William S. Parks ’90, P’17 James A. Patton, Sr. P’18 Courtney Dee Perry P’22 Franklin H. Perry P’22 Carolyn Block Pierce ’59, P’86
Melanie Merrifield Podowitz P’19 Steve H. Podowitz P’19 John D. Pohlman P’21 Wendy L. Robertson P’21 Elizabeth M. Polzin P’20 Mark E. Polzin P’20 Charles A. Potter P’22 Michelle R. Potter P’22 Constance Jane Gray Prigg P’22 Timothy T. Prigg P’22 Eugenia T. Rainey P’20 R. Michael Rainey P’20 Melissa A. Raleigh-Ross P’15 Marc L. Ross P’15 Barbara Kimberly Ramsey P’22 Radney P. Ramsey P’22 Gregory K. Randall P’02 Michelle Ann Randall P’02 John E. Rappe P’22 Kristin Noell Rappe P’22 Katherine L. Ray P’17 Dennis B. Reinhart P’14 Mary Jean V. Reinhart P’14 Ruble T. Roberts P’22 Sharon Theresa Roberts P’22 Beth Vensel Robinson ’81, P’11 W. Russell Robinson III ’81, P’11 John K. Robinson, Jr. P’22 Loriane Thames Robinson P’22 S. Elizabeth Robinson P’18 Hawley Rogers GP’21 Wendy A. Rogers GP’21 Anne Faber Root P’22 Craig Doublas Rubin P’12 Dorothy M. Sendelbach P’12 Anthony P. Russell P’19 Barbara Williams Sands ’82, GP’20 William A. Sands GP’20 Margaret R. Scott P’18, P’21 Lisa D. Seals Preston P’13 Alan F. Sears P’95 Susan Isabel Sears P’95 Leburn E. Sharp ’70, P’99 Paula Whitten Sharp P’99 Jane Elizabeth Shea P’03 Steven R. Shelburne P’17, P’22 Donna Marie Terry-Shelburne P’22 David A. Shible P’22 Robyn Marcia Weiss P’22 Brooks York Smith P’19 Trevor K. Smith P’19 Diane M. Smith-Tolan P’20 Christopher J. Tolan P’20 Flora Speed P’87 James O. Speed P’87 Anna Scarlett Starr P’22 Felecia Renee Stone P’19 Paul F. Stone P’19 Bama Mae Strickland P’09 William J. Strong P’17 Jennifer Ann Stroud ’99, P’97, P’00
Cornelius F. Sullivan, Jr. P’20 Susan E. Sullivan P’20 Susan Swider P’22 Randal L. Taylor, Jr. P’20 Tracy J. Taylor P’20 Amy Suzette Telli P’19 Andrew W. Telli P’19 Wendi S. Temkin P’20 Jeannette Hollenberg Thompson ’42, P’69, P’72 Alice Chaffin Thornton P’19 Byron W. Thornton III P’19 Patricia Thurston P’15 Francell S. Tolbert, Jr. P’02 James J. Tooher P’19 Deborah L. Trottier P’18 John R. Trottier P’18 Gloria W. Tschurr GP’20 L. Jannae Tunnell P’16 Edward P. Wilson P’16 Gerald L. Vaughan ’64, P’05 Sandra Ferrell Vaughan ’64, P’05 Carol Mandalina Vencil P’19 Joseph W. Vencil P’19 Monica Vick P’20 Robert P. Vick P’20 Martin E. Wall P’19 Teresa Annette Wall P’19 Lena Pearl Weaver P’02, P’06 Robert A. Weaver, Sr. P’02, P’06 Dorris Wells Webber GP’19 Laura Wild P’21 Irene Wiser P’12 Michael Kenneth Wisner P’12 Allison Elizabeth Loud P’19 Brian Wray P’19 Amy R. Wright P’20 Julian H. Wright, Jr. P’20 Stephanie Thompson Wright P’19 Twelve Anonymous Donors
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Alumni Gifts to the Annual Fund Alumni who gave unrestricted gifts to the college this year are listed according to their classes. Annual Fund gifts are recognized in the Charles E. Diehl Society ($5,000 or more), the Red and Black Society ($2,500 - $4,999), the Dean’s Society ($1,500 - $2,499), the Cloister Society ($1,000 - $1,499), the Tower Club ($500 - $999), the Loyalty Club ($250 - $499), the Slate Club ($100 - $249), and Donors (up to $100). Please note: Alumni gifts for restricted purposes are recognized elsewhere in this publication. Alumni who have made unrestricted gifts consecutively for five years or more are marked with ( ).
Class of 1940 – 50%
Dean’s Society Hubert King Turley GP’04 ^
Class of 1942 – 67%
Loyalty Club Wilson I. Osborne ^ Donor Jeannette Hollenberg Thompson P’69, P’72
Class of 1943 – 100% Loyalty Club Jane Peete Osborne
Class of 1944 – 67%
Dean’s Society Agnes Ming Turley GP’04 Donor Irene Trifiatis Cantos Morgan C. Fowler P’71, GP’19 ^
Class of 1945 – 40% Donor Ruth A. Bryant John Nicholls Spain
Class of 1946 – 42%
Tower Club Sara Sparr Taylor P’68, P’71, P’74 ^ Loyalty Club Warrene Buford Ivy Donor Elizabeth Raines Davis Betty Lay Kirby Mary Beth Wilson Spain ^
Class of 1947 – 13%
Loyalty Club Julia Wellford Allen P’76, GP’16 S. Toof Brown, Jr. ^
Class of 1948 – 40%
Cloister Society William A. Jones, Jr. ’ Tower Club
GP’07, GP’10, GP’12 Loyalty Club James Nelson Clay III Slate Club Mary A. Morriss Mary Jane Millard Oglesby Donor T. Reynolds Beal Roy F. Stratton, Jr.
Class of 1952 – 24%
John P. Douglas Loyalty Club Peggy Baker Cannada Slate Club Lawrence Beck Donor Dorothy Brown Kennedy Sonya Alperin Krivcher
Diehl Society Patron W. Hamilton Smythe, III Joy Brown Wiener Dean’s Society James E. Ratcliff, Jr. Loyalty Club Carroll Tuthill Minor P’78 Slate Club Frances Freeman Burkhead ^ Peggy Pence Freund Marzette Smith Stallings Donor Glenda Selman Owen ^
Class of 1949 – 39%
Class of 1953 – 28%
Cloister Society Margaret Loaring-Clark Jones Tower Club William J. Wade Loyalty Club Martha Smothers Carroll Slate Club Russell E. Bryant ^ Jane King Watson Samuel E. Watson ^ Donor Jack F. Crutcher, Jr. ^ Margaret Marshall Crutcher Margery Phelps Lee
Class of 1950 – 22%
Tower Club Robert L. Montgomery, Sr. P’81 Loyalty Club Martha Jane Jacobs Exum ^ Slate Club Paul Currie Helen McGee Dacus Robert S. Edington P’85, GP’21 C. M. Pipkin Donor Joseph C. Meux
Class of 1951 – 28%
Cloister Society William E. Boyce Tower Club Jean Arnold Kugler Walter S. Lazenby, Jr. June Beasley Mann Frances Crouch Perkins
Cloister Society J. David Alexander, Jr. ^ George W. Wilson III P’79, GP’15 Tower Club John Turner Gray Loyalty Club Mary Frances Steen Libassi Charles C. McAllister, Jr. Eleanor Brown Weaver P’85 Slate Club Marjoree Russell Bryant ^ Henry O. Freund Ann Taylor Walker Waters Louis J. Weber, Jr. Donor C. Douglas Buford, Jr.
Class of 1954 – 27%
Tower Club James W. Bernard Loyalty Club Francis B. Wakefield III Laura Edington Wakefield ^ Mary McDonald Wetterau P’83 Slate Club William J. Hughes ^ Joanne Cunningham Sanders Jim P. Wesson ^ Donor Courtney Crumpton Bacon Ann McAlister Fee Geraldine Prichard Kaller P’78, P’82, P’84 Mary Ann Hackleman Sturdivant
Class of 1955 – 31%
Cloister Society James E. Aydelotte Annelle Albritton Clute Loyalty Club Joe H. Parker Juanita Goodman Watson Slate Club William M. Callicott Kathleen Hardison Hodgson Elizabeth Walker Hughes Julia Johnson Kasch R. David Kaylor W. Henry Mosley Truman D. Nabors, Jr. Jeanette Bowen Posey Carolyn Holiman Samuel Jean McLean Tunnell Donor Polly Baber Bassoni
Class of 1956 – 41%
Diehl Society Patron Judith Deavenport Mitchener P’88 Red and Black Society Member J. Rodney Feild Cloister Society Catharine Coleman Alexander Tower Club Rita Cox Bernard ^ Loyalty Club James F. Witten Nola Nurnberger Hawkinson J. Bryan Smalley P’87 James E. Turner GP’14, GP’19 Slate Club Marcia Calmer Beard Dorothy Henning Kaylor ^ John R. McKinney Thomas E. Richardson Sarah Jane Seissinger Tice Donor Suzanne Carter Bjick Paula Smith Burress B. H. Farnsworth Robert L. Hunter Maida Moore Payne Peggy Ross Templeton GP’23
Class of 1957 – 43%
Diehl Society Benefactor John B. Maxwell, Jr. Diehl Society Patron Grace Morris Williamson Red and Black Society Member Anne Hixon Huff P’82 Thomas A. Huff P’82 ^ Dean’s Society
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Suzanne McCarroll Warner Cloister Society Ralph V. Turner Tower Club Mary Frances Files Silitch Loyalty Club L. Camille Deaderick John B. Mostellar C. Eric Mount, Jr. P’83, P’85 Harriet Byrd O’Neal Robert M. Rogers Elizabeth Etter Thomas Slate Club Charlene Jayroe Allen GP’14 Fred K. Beeson P’87 Ellen White Harrell GP’14, GP’16 Robert E. McClelland William H. McLean P’82, P’85, P’89 Donald L. Parker Harrylyn Graves Sallis P’80 V. Garrett Wingfield Donor Joan McCabe Day Caroline Cecil Searson
Class of 1958 – 39%
Diehl Society Patron Neville Frierson Bryan P’83, P’85 Red and Black Society Member Mary Jane Smalley Roberts Cloister Society Joy Magdovitz Bearman Richard W. Dortch P’85 ^ Betty Chalmers Peyton John H. Quinn, Jr. Tower Club Lewis R. Murray, Jr. Loyalty Club Glenda B. Bowen William E. Carrell Carolyn Caldwell Rogers Slate Club Lorraine Rayburn Abernathy P’87 Jack T. Cunningham Martha Sigler Guthrie Eugene E. McKenzie Susan Robinson McLean P’82, P’85, P’89 Beverly Smith Pugh Ellen Reagan Richardson Elizabeth LeMaster Simpson Donor Elinor Smith Fitzgerald Joyce Bryant Henry H. Stonewall Maxwell Thomas E. Reed Jane Barr Stump-Green Paul M. Thompson Mary Latta Whiteaker P. W. Whiteaker
Class of 1959 – 51%
Tower Club Edwin W. Stock, Jr. Loyalty Club Ann Mack Boles Mary Alice Masters Carrell Benjamin B. Ferdon Gayden Rasberry Jones ^ Daniel P. Logan, Jr. P’83, P’90, GP’19 Claude A. McMillion P’88 Phyllis Williams Mostellar Truly Brown Mount P’83, P’85 Richard A. Park One Anonymous Donor Slate Club Betsy Sloan Barrett Patricia Oberbillig Bogan Keith D. Buckley Nora Petersen Buckley Ann Watkins Evans Ralph C. Gore Charles L. Hammett Merelyn Davis Hammett Richard L. Holmes ^ Sara Jean Jackson Sally Stockley Johnson Michael B. Lupfer ^ Frank F. Splann, Jr. Joseph A. Sullivan William C. Weber Robert F. Welsh Sue Osenbaugh Williams Michael Anne Condon Zimmerman Donor Virginia W. Everett Jane Barker Konitz Jane Aquino Osuga Carolyn Block Pierce P’86 Sally Dame Roberds Sandra Andrews Robertson Nancy Wickersham Rohloff Mary Farish Sharp Marguerite Livingston Stone Carol Barbour Sumrall Sandra Calmer Toenes Bates Peacock Toone Terry M. Turner Princess Hughes Van Hooser
Class of 1960 – 46%
Diehl Society Benefactor L. Allen Reynolds Red and Black Society Senior James D. Petersen Red and Black Society Member Ann Vines Roberts Dean’s Society Morris T. Reagan Tower Club Beverly Finch Ballard Deanne Runyon Irvine
One Anonymous Donor Loyalty Club Glenda Taylor Addington Carole Hobbs Anderson Karen Boyce Logan P’83, P’90, GP’19 Margaret E. Lowe Margaret Stewart McMillion P’88 Jackie Ruth Eichold Montag Janet McKenzie Nix ^ Mary Crouch Rawson Leslie W. Read Carol Ann Quade Smalley P’87 Rann L. Vaulx Slate Club John A. Daniel Patricia Taylor Dodge Lawrence A. Fury, Jr. Connie Kitley Goddard John E. Hixon Jacqueline Ferguson Holmes Jon C. Jenkins Samuel S. Kim Gwynne Salmon McKenzie ^ Mary Ann Kimbrough Vollmer Jane Thomas Wesson Lynda Lipscomb Wexler P’86 Donor A. Don Cross Sandra Bain Fink Peggy Hiller Harris John D. Hettinger James B. McIntyre Thomas N. Moody Donald E. Pollard Joan Warren Priest V. Faye Rogers Nadine McKinley Runsick John W. Somervill
Class of 1961 – 31%
Dean’s Society Charlotte Barbarin McPheeters P’01 Hugh McPheeters, Jr. P’01 Tower Club Mary Allie McColgan Baldwin P’89, P’93 Mary Morton Castor Loyalty Club Fay Quinn Isele Verdie H. Nix, Jr. Patricia Eason Westerman Slate Club Marcia Wooten Barstow Jocelyn Agnew Camp Edward H. Henderson GP’13 Michael C. Macey ^ Lela Garner Noble Sue Caldwell Pond P’86,
P’92 William L. Reed Mary Elizabeth McCharen Streete Janice Chapin Swartz Geraldine Knight White Donor Claire Robertson Cranford Margaret Haigler Davis Adele Wolf Grilli Judy St. John Grisso John D. Hungarland, Jr. Suellyn Scott Ruffin
Class of 1962 – 44%
Red and Black Society Member Kathryn Smallwood Jacobus John Jacobus Red and Black Society Member William G. Mankin P’98 Cloister Society Harry L. Cornish, Jr. M. Susan Huffman Tower Club Genevieve Johnston Clay William V. Davidson P’94 Richard A. Dew James G. Finley Glenn T. Hays Catherine Liddell Skapura Loyalty Club William A. Campbell Margaret Welsh Curlovic David B. Johnson Barbara Bell Lawrence Mary Jo Evans Lundy Penny Nichols Macey Mary Worth Burton Robertson Donna Jo Miles Smith P’88, GP’15 Slate Club Marilyn Stewart Daniel H. Martin Hartzog ^ Duke K. McCall, Jr. John C. Portwood Thomas M. Scott, Jr. Jane Cook Shipp Noble R. Walker Frank D. Weathersby Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg Donor Diane McCullough Clark James G. Cloud Margaret Minyard Dement E. L. Dick Diamond W. Ray Fleming Marjorie Boone Flowers Martha Gooch Hogrefe R. Charles Hogrefe June Johnston Hungarland Robert S. Maclin, III Franklin S. McCallie
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ALUMNI GIFTS Mary Simpson Morgan Warren G. Nance Mary Ann Stewart Somervill Class of 1963 – 39% Diehl Society Sustainer C. W. Butler III Diehl Society Patron Robert R. Waller Joseph M. Duncan David D. Watts Dean’s Society William K.B. Potts Susan Hunter Suggs P’95 ^ Cloister Society Betsy Breytspraak Awsumb P’92 Frances Steward Bryan John S. Cherry, Jr. Bette Stephens Green P’85, P’92, GP’19 Tower Club Bettye Claire Eaton Lynn Jean-Pierre Potel Loyalty Club W. Frederick Bailey Lynnette Humphreys Campbell Cynthia Jane Hawes Sue Dean Langfitt Slate Club Nancy Rhodes Archer William V. Arnold Mary Rinehart Cathcart Francis C. Davis, Jr. Bernie R. Goler Louise Ferguson Lockhart John M. McMillan, Jr. Laurie Kruger Mears Blair Gilmer Meeks M. Douglas Meeks Susan Stone Overholser Jere E. Pierce Kathryn Crow Rubenstein L.J. Sarber, Jr. ^ James A. Warden Martha Terrell Weatherford J. Perry White ^ Donor Janice Edla Baker Ann Fuller Bendall Mallory Chamberlin, Jr. Fredricka Crawley Cunningham Doris Sharp Dark Dudley Weaver Davis Irwin H. From Glenlee Ferguson James Emily Hatcher Landreth P’87 Majorie Coleman Mastin Harry M. Moffett, III John F. Rice, Jr. Margaret Martin Wheeler
Class of 1964 – 39%
Red and Black Society Member Challace Joe McMillin Mary Lou Quinn McMillin Marilyn Ann Meyers Dean’s Society Lynn Drew Bartlett Thomas E. Lappage Elizabeth Currie Williams P’90 Cloister Society Wynona Gillmore Crosby P’94 Michael R. Deaderick Eleanor Lawrence Geiger Thomas L. Geiger William M. Holmes, Jr. Patricia Dickson Jones Tower Club Mary Lou Carwile Finley L. Dossett Foster Katherine Harriett James William M. Wilson, III Loyalty Club Kay Reynolds Blair R. Leon Carroll, Jr. Meredith Wilson Creekmore J. Charles Jernigan Gail Hoover Parrish Slate Club Nan Patton Bell James R. Bullock David P. Cooper Elizabeth Saunders Cooper Joseph Graham, Jr. Susan Horton Gray Lewis M. Guess Scott S. Hallford Joan Herbert Murchison Robert A. Orr, Jr. P’91 Judith Hollingsworth Robinson P’89, P’97 Anne Smith Sarber R. Daniel Seymour Randall B. Shepard, Jr. P’97 Brenda Hickman West P’91 Robert W. West III P’91 Alabel May Wiser P’92 Donor Alyce Jappe Burr P’96 Ann Clark Quinlen Harris Tamma Lehmann Havercamp P’89, P’96 Patricia Gladney Holland Cyril E. Hollingsworth, Jr. Jo Cox Kenny GP’22 Frances Freeman Paden Gerald L. Vaughan P’05 Sandra Ferrell Vaughan P’05 Nancy Wasell Work
Class of 1965 – 41%
Diehl Society Patron Susan Lynn Beaird P’87, P’92, GP’19
Red and Black Society Member Lawrence E. Evans Dean’s Society Frances Phillips Potts Patricia L. Walls P’97 Cloister Society Joseph H. Autry, III Anne Oglesby Carr Blanche Buckingham Deaderick Mary Darwin Johnson Guilford Jones, II ^ Charles W. Robertson, Jr. Tower Club Marguerite Ward Autry Arlene Lebovitz Averbuch Patricia Dunn Jarrett P’93 Judith Moody LePera Charie Bowman Reid Benjamin F. Ward, Jr. P’91, P’93 Loyalty Club Betty Wilby Carroll Nancy Glenn Green James C. Head P’04 Judith Willett McGuire Joyce Anne Moore Winton C. Smith, Jr. Slate Club Jerry P. Black, Jr. C. William Bodie Pamela Polete Boggs Sara Means Callaway James G. Couch Linda Davis Couch Patricia Butterworth Egger Gloria Cornell Felsenthal E. Carl Fisher P’92, P’96 Lou Ellyn Hindman Griffin Patricia Thomason Hargrave Teri Tidwell Hornberger Tony B. Jobe Murray Rasberry Jordan Dale Seay Kasab Margaret Frye Kemp Nell Buie Lanier P’97 Thomas A. McKay James M. Miller, Jr. D. Cameron Murchison, Jr. Sarah Ann Reagan Lynn Smith Watson Martha Dunmire White Edward M. Williams Ted Wynne One Anonymous Donor Donor Sallie Steele Aman William S. Boyd, Jr. P’15 Berney McInnis Bridges P’92 B. Suzanne Burns Terri S. Chadwick Martha Neff Dane Patricia E. Ferguson Florence Chalker Godat
Jeanne Wertz Kerridge Camille Crenshaw Monohan P’86 William S. Morrison, III Mary McQueen Porter Jo Anne Wilkins Rankin E. Greer Richardson Betty Cole Thompson Lee Ann Litwiller Thompson
Class of 1966 – 32%
Diehl Society Patron Raymond E. Bye, Jr. P’01 Tina Beatty McWhorter Red and Black Society Member Robert B. Camp, Jr. Margaret J. Gatz Walter B. Howell Alton L. Lightsey, Jr. Robert M. Wild, Jr. Dean’s Society Lynn Morrow Ward P’91, P’93 Cloister Society H. William Allen III Katherine Willis Allen John M. Gardner III Larrie Del Daniel Martin Tower Club Thomas A. Bowman P’96 Virginia Taylor Gannaway P’91 Joe M. McCord Carole Ann Montgomery James T. Stull, Jr. Loyalty Club Dennis A. Higdon Bonnie Eleanor Davis Joanna Coss Higdon ^ Dixie DeMoville Johnson Sammy Primm Marshall Nancy Jackson Williamson Slate Club Thomas A. Buford Ervin Haas Bullock F. Campbell Ferguson Layne Beaumont Gaines Thomas F. Gaines III Kittye Held Mason Vern E. McCarty Lee Pevsner Martha Hunter Shepard P’97 Frederick J. Sheppard III Carol Frances Simpson Isabell T. VanMerlin Donor James C. Lippy Nelda Smith Pierce Maxine Mitchel Rice Richard K. Thomas Martha Overholser Whitney Myrna Adams Whitt
Class of 1967 – 34% Diehl Society Patron
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FALL2019 Carole L. Branyan James M. Durham John R. Pharis Red and Black Society Member Dorothy Ann Johnson Falk Nancy Cox Howell Dean’s Society William H. Edington John R. Tilton Cloister Society Mary Anderson Mehrle Robert K. Mehrle Douglass E. Post, Jr. Charlotte L. Ray P’92 Tower Club J. Brady Anderson P’98 Annette Anderson Bowen Joseph H. Walker, III Loyalty Club Jerry M. Bradfield Kathleen Davis Bradfield Albert A. Burk, Jr. Janie Baxter Carloss P’90 Tandy Goodlett Cobb P’93 W. Aaron Foster Pamela Richardson Hays Samuel C. Highsmith Gail Elaine Jennings Mary Ann Rambo McDow Clarence V. Scarborough, Jr. William H. Wilson Olivia DeLoach Zahler P’94, P’99, GP’21 Slate Club Joseph S. Alford Ellen Woodruff Batchelor P’96 David W. Blankenship P’90 Mary Jo Burns Breen W. A. Breytspraak Randy Maxey Brown W. Hamilton Kimzey III Elizabeth Pevsner Polanka Kristin A. Pruitt James F. Russell P’92 Wayne C. Shelton Dianne Rickoll Short P’93, P’96 James A. Sullivan Martha Dee Lynch White Peggy Hays Williams Carol Calaway Wilson ^ Donor Gilvia Flanagan Brown Anne Fraser Clarke Joseph N. Clarke, Jr. Sarah Gay Edwards Ronald L. Hatzenbuehler Charlotte Bringle Wilkerson One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1968 – 33%
Diehl Society Benefactor Barbara Lesh Borleske
Diehl Society Patron Luther J. Nussbaum Red and Black Society Senior William H. Davis, Jr. ^ Michael E. Hettinger P’00, P’06 Red and Black Society Member Stephen H. Cole Priscilla Hinkle Ennis S. Gwin Robbins, Jr. Dean’s Society Jennifer Fey Edmonds Cloister Society Lindley Darden Donald B. Dillport Steven C. Gould John W. Larson P’96 Judith Adams Larson P’96 J. Otey Walker III P’99 Susan Duke Woods Tower Club Elizabeth Wray Anderson P’98 Catherine Prouty Horn Judith R. Owen C. Frank Potter P’97 Loyalty Club Duncan V. Crawford P’97 Suzanne Troth Donaldson B. Hayes McCarty Ellen Brown Rust Slate Club Carey H. Bryan Marian Stockton Carruth Sarah Winborn Davis C. Whitman Deacon Katherine Ireys Diehl P’03, P’08 Alan Ensminger William D. Evans, Jr. Gail Seabrook Ganier Janelle Hood Haseman George S. Hazard, Jr. David M. Kilgore P’97 Laura Crawford Kinkle Nathaniel C. Kirkland, Jr. Nancy Patton Langdon P’96 Susan C. Lucas Ellen Plants Massey James B. Mitchell, Jr. Kathryn Wood Mixon Robert H. Morrison III Marian Bernice Oonk Nancy McCartney Pond Donor Susan Louise Thornton Stephen A. Caldwell P’98 William D. Clark Margaret L. Crull Eloise Pickard Hanna M. Anne Hooker Jane Mando Meeks Olive Crudup Murrie Drucilla Thom White
John R. Williams Edward T. Wright, Jr.
CLASS OF 1969 – 35%
Diehl Society Fellow William J. Michaelcheck Diehl Society Patron Rebecca Wynn Weiler Red and Black Society Member C. Bradford Foster III P’98 Susan Hoefer Foster P’98 James L. McElroy Aurelia Wammack Michaels Donald G. White Dean’s Society C. Tip Haug Cloister Society John S. Hille P’97 Tansill Heslip Hille P’97 Elizabeth Shipp Nott Linda Kay Yates One Anonymous Donor Tower Club Stephen A. Glassell Sue Dunn Hall P’92, P’02 Andrew L. Kelley Jack T. Lassiter P’15 Courtland Mobley Lewis P’97 Mary Cole McCain Marilyn Gates Meeks John K. Osoinach P’93 Judith James Potter P’97 Richard Raspet Sandra Pugh Wright Loyalty Club Kenneth M. Cushing David F. Elmore Patricia Cooper Hayley William B. Hayley Marion Birge Morgan Martha Lee Ramsey Judith Gordon Simpson James R. Walker, Jr. P’00 Cynthia Vincent Wehling ^ William E. Wehling J. Douglass Williams Slate Club H. Neil Arnold, Jr. H. Catherine Awsumb Hayden Megar Bangert Morgan W. Bunch III Sue Brown Bunch Elizabeth F. Caldwell Sally Stone Everett P’97 David W. Griffin Ann Marie Hudson Hanlon Chester A. Heard Susan Scott Herron Kathleen Cogswell House Patricia Jackson Peay P’92, P’92, P’03 Kathie Maddux Larkin Gloria Brown Melton Claudia M. Oakes
Jane Pennepacker Pienaar Kenneth L. Stanley G. Russell Stanton, Jr. ^ Laurie Fraser Stanton Thomas P. Teasley Marcus E. Wertz III Donor Terry L. Bitner Robert L. Bowman A. David Hall Joanne Kidd Hinson Margaret Boothe Paydar Bill Pendergrass III P’07 Linda Emigh Warren David E. Wheat
Class of 1970 – 33%
Diehl Society Patron Richard H. Eckels Red and Black Society Member William H. Dale, Jr. P’03 Dean’s Society Frances Zambie Kummer R. Bradfield Kummer Tower Club Pamela Pitts McNeer Martha Williamson Rimmer Loyalty Club John H. Callow Natilee Murrey Duning Bruce R. Lindsey P’98 Lynn McEntire Vogt Sue Ellen Pharis Watson Slate Club Junius D. Allen John T. Atkinson P’97, P’00, P’08 B. Frederick Bodie James A. Brinson Leilani Collins Ronald W. Eades Martha K. Frick Andrew E. Gaston Kenneth H. Graeber Linda Elizabeth Henson Patricia Claxton Howard ^ Elizabeth P. Kirkpatrick William Lyons P’92, P’95, P’00 Janet Wilson Markland Susan Kay Ogden Michael D. Patton Stephen E. Pienaar Linda Sue Pilcher Rosemary Wood Potter Nancy Meadows Raymond Elizabeth Ridings Scheidt Gary K. Scheidt C. W. Stacks Cynthia Gladney Steele Elizabeth Crowder Velazquez Steven C. Whited Donor Ann Elizabeth Barber
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ALUMNI GIFTS Janice Holt Johnston Mary Lou McCloskey O’Keefe W. Joel Pedigo, Jr. Richard G. Perez Rina Rosenberg Leburn E. Sharp P’99 Joyce McConnell Underwood H. George Wood, Jr.
Class of 1971 – 41%
Diehl Society Philanthropist Cary Fowler P’19 Diehl Society Benefactor Daniel B. Hatzenbuehler Robin Ritter Hatzenbuehler Diehl Society Patron Laila Adams Eckels Red and Black Society Senior James N. Compton Red and Black Society Member Harry P. Ogden P’00, P’05 Cloister Society J. Allen Boone, Jr. P’00 Donna Kay Fisher Elizabeth Hubbard Gill P’02 Ellen Wood McElduff J. Robert Woods III Tower Club Stephen C. Gregory William D. Hollings, Jr. Lucy Cuningham Lee Bonnie Isaksen Trahan Susan K. Van Dyck Jeff I. Williams, III Loyalty Club Rebecca Laurens Alkis J. Barron Boyd, Jr. J. Jefferson Carter, Jr. Peter F. Casparian John H. Churchill Carol Anne DeForest James C. Dobbins Nancy Jaco Golden P’00 E. Bobby Kleier, Jr. Derrick R.L. Moore James R. Mulroy, II Hannah Simmons Pickworth J. Michael Ripski Minor C. Vernon Slate Club Carmen Webb Anderson P’97 James D. Anderson Ronald K. Anderson P’97 Margaret I. Barton John A. Brayton R. Reed Click, Jr. Timothy M. Crais Stephen B. Crump Meri Rappaport Cunningham
Christine Southard Darnall Lillian Aivazian Eades John A. Flaniken, III C. Bradford Green Gordon S. Greeson, Jr. Robin Wellford Greeson Beverly Cole Hooker H. Hadley Hury, Jr. P’93, GP’18 Charles F. Jones Stephen E. Kendrick Kim K. Kersey Nancy Hope Lenox Nancy Alleene McLendon J. Frederick O’Bryant N. Houston Parks Jack R. Stevens GP’15 R. Ryder Tipton, III ’71 Donor F. Michael DeSalvo Genyth Smith DeSalvo Julian T. Bolton Catherine Breytspraak Cousins Daisy Lee Craddock Carroll Broadus Delaney Sylvia Friedman Elsner J. Robert Farrell Elizabeth Dunlap Ferring Richard S. Heien Latta C. Johnston, Jr. S. Bruce Levine Nancy Gist Moody P’01 Patricia Carter Nagler Stephen R. Snow
Class of 1972 – 28%
Red and Black Society Member Nancy Chadick Dale P’03 Thad S. Rodda, Jr. Cloister Society Patricia A. Lane Carl E. Tulloss Tower Club Catherine Orr Luccock Marianne Curtis Mussett Loyalty Club Emmel B. Golden, Jr. P’00 Leslie Wineland Goss William E. Jefferson, III Kay Evelyn Maune Slate Club Alice Cartwright Allen Elaine VanAuken Atkinson P’97, P’00, P’08 Denise Henderson Bollheimer Jane Butler Braxley Karen Shaw Burch Anne Cannon Crais Kathy King Cressey Dorwyn Wayne Croom, II W. Glenn Davis P’03 R. Cecil Dorman Carl G. Dury II Susan Lee Eschenbrenner
Gary P. Goodman Aubrey J. Howard Hershel S. Lipow Karin Nelson McAnlis Susan Hilley Niesen Robert M. Riley, III Ralph M. Sudderth, III T. Claude Wilson-Stayton Donor L. Jan Graham Barbara James Jones William G. McBride James R. McCain Sharon Ridings Steele
Class of 1973 – 32%
Diehl Society Sustainer Charlaine Harris Schulz Diehl Society Patron Lee Seabrook Duncan Jennifer Worsham Newman Red and Black Society Senior Vivian G. Dellinger McWilliams P’08 Red and Black Society Member Scott P. Howard William K. Sample Elizabeth L. Todd Dean’s Society J. Mark Hollingsworth Erin Stukey Johnson P’99, P’04 Cloister Society William H. Brune, III Jill Hortenstine Iglehart Gerald A. Koonce Tower Club Robert C. Hermann Philip A. Reemes Steven E. Saltwick Scott M. Wilds Loyalty Club Rebecca Pixler Boone P’00 Lawrence M. Brown Cherry Varee Falls David L. Garrett P’03 Virginia Shettlesworth Garrett P’03 Gloria Jo Haley Ann Reed Held P’03 V. Markham Lester Erica L. Sartain P’14 Natalie Honan Vernon F. Clark Williams, Jr. Slate Club Catherine Clements Bailey T. Clinton Bailey Linda Kuilema Croom Charles G. Dawkins, Jr. P’01, P’07 Faith Dietrick M. Kathlyn Graves Karen E. Green James E. Hooper P’12 Candace Naomi Keirns
Debbie Brooks Keller Thomas G. Keller Margaret Olsen McCrary Charles W. McElroy P’09 James R. Miller Eric T. Myers Ellen Sams Nichol P’99 Robert M. O’Dea, Jr. G. Andrew Pouncey C. Neville Reese Judy Brooks Tygard Michael R. Walden Donor Cheryl Sue Anderson Anne Sayle Anthony Martha Kay Hunt Asti Mimi Atkinson P’07 Steven H. Burkett Levi Frazier, Jr. Marlene Hauser Levine Christopher D. Lyons Martha Jones Neyman Stephen A. Patrick Catherine Laster Wood
Class of 1974 – 33%
Diehl Society Fellow Stratton H. Bull, Jr. Red and Black Society Member John T. Cotham Mary Beth Overton Cotham Mary Lampton Puckett Stephanie Ryburn Rodda Dean’s Society Edward O. Uthman Cloister Society Eugenia Bruce Bostock Richard M. Bostock Mary Jane Ward Brune Tower Club Mary Lynn Wells Bersey Susan Platter DalBello Clare Nichols Long J. Hugh McKinnon, Jr. Rebecca Maxwell Saltwick Paige Walker Southard Loyalty Club Conie Lowry Abernathy Paula Mary Block-Levor George W. Callow James F. Drummond, Jr. P’12 Theodora Sizoo Graves James B. Grenfell John H. Kier, III Sarah A. Lodge L. Lee Wilson M. Lane Wilson Slate Club Cameron Thompson Stephen C. Berger P’02, P’05 Carolyn Letitia Bigelow Frank G. Broyles Richard M. Bruno Karen Hopper Clark
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FALL2019 Brant S. Copeland Thomas D. Cornell Martha H. Crenshaw Claude R. Edwards, Jr J. Michael Epps Catherine Condon Hughes Lillian Lyle Israel P’05, P’09 Leslie I. Jaco, Jr. P’05 Janice Meyers Jones Patrick L. Matlock R. Bryant McCrary Carol Middleton Messineo Paula Elizabeth North Frances Rice O’Dea Karen Lyles Pilkington Helen Moss Smith P’01 Linda Joy Smith ^ Vicki Anne Switzer William F. Symes, Jr. Lawren Groce Thach Adele VanOverbeke P’08 Debra Jackson Walden Margaret R. Wilson-Stayton One Anonymous Donor Donor Carolyn Canon Dolen William K. Dolen J. F. Eastham, Jr. Michael Peri Katherine Kittrell Pettifer Linda Raffel Qualia Holly Byer Renfrew Grace Paine Terzian Jane Zollinger
Class of 1975 – 28%
Diehl Society Fellow Vicki Gilmore Palmer Diehl Society Benefactor John M. Wallace III Diehl Society Sustainer Ralph A. Carl Red and Black Society Member Frank N. Cole Robert C. Grenfell Cloister Society John W. Johnston Charles W. McGrady Tower Club Linda Hoekenga Barar William W. Lynds Rosamond Goldman Quay Douglas K. Southard Loyalty Club William C. Duckworth, III Annie M. Godfrey P’06 Allison E. Jones P’12 Jamie Bibee Lloyd P’04 Teresa Adamo Morris Kate Aste Pera Slate Club Vincent C. Astor Catherine Dailey Berger P’02, P’05 Lynn Kay Boatwright
Andrew C. Branham Ann T. Byrne Robert W. Cain Ruth Millman Cope C. Frank Fourmy, III Donna Hall Christopher C. Heard John B. Holtman, II Neil C. Johnston Samuel M. Marks, III Pate L. McCartney Merry Noel Miller Jeffrey B. Olson Melinda Hurst Pearson P’17 Andrew S. Scott III Jack M. Wilhelm Donor Mary Beck Clerget John M. McMillin Jan Carruthers Sturdivant One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1976 – 28%
Dean’s Society Cynthia Hickman Feltus Cloister Society James D. Bonham P’07, P’14 Claire Mathias Gehrki P’02 Gary P. Gehrki P’02 Carol Ellis Morgan S. Jeanette Sims Tower Club Sallie Brooks Clark Priscilla Diane Coe Anne B. Mathes P’17 James G. Ramsey Randall B. Robertson Ann Lowe Schulze Donald E. Schulze Loyalty Club Patricia M. Adams Susan Mitchell Crawley Elizabeth Sanders Eckert Raymond E. Fitzgerald William K. Gooch George F. Higgs Arthur L. Kellermann James R. Martin, Jr. P’14 Royce F. Morris Slate Club Georgia M. Atkins John T. Daniel David M. Dudley John C. Edmunds Carolyn Jaco Epps Laura Yeates Fulton James C. Hawkins Bennie D. Howie Terry Patterson Howie Janet Smyrl Jordan Virginia Harrison Martin Arden Ritter McElroy P’09 Mark A. Moll James R. Newsom, III Marian McCain Olson
Rosemarie C. Rosell P. L. Sanders Sandra Waller Shelton Donor Jan Colvin Davenport Patrice Peery George Leslie Doster Jones Laurie Wilkinson Lyons Debra Gayle Polsky Ellen Tyler Rochelle Stephen H. Williford One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1977 – 34%
Diehl Society Fellow Robert A. Jetmundsen Diehl Society Benefactor Randall R. Rhea Diehl Society Patron Joellyn Forrester Sullivan Red and Black Society Member Rickman P. Brown Michael T. Clary P’01, P’04 Katherine Maddox McElroy Joseph L. Parrish Brian F. Sudderth ^ Cloister Society Louise Rutkowski Allen Patricia M. Flynn Therese Logue Hanna Tower Club Kelley Allinson Murrell Michael D. Pearigen Melanie Hart Riley Patricia Schenck Robertson Loyalty Club Catherine H. Coates Frank A. Frisch A. Barry Lichterman Dorothy H. Neale Deborah Eisman Rosenthal Lisa McMaster Stork William M. Van Cleave, Jr. Amelie Christian Weems P’12, P’15 J. John Weems, Jr. P’12, P’15 Patrick M. Williams III Slate Club John G. Benoist P’08, P’12 Marynell Branch Paul A. Brantley Ann Fair Burns Richard G. Burns, Jr. Michael P. Coury C. Walter Croom E. Woods Falls William N. Hulsey, III Lyn Burdette Johnson Neil A. Mara P’09 Roberta Mattis Mara P’09 W. Chandler McCullough, Jr. Miriam Terrell McLeod Bonnie Moore McNeely P’17 Mary Mooney Myers William C. Phelps P’09
Annette Wilkerson Porter P’08 J. Carter Rogers Katherine Nichols Sears Patricia Lynn Terry Annette A. Troxell-Collins James B. Watson Bernadette Pian Williams P’12 Donor Laura Tudor Deming Lisa Doster Green Anne Stein McCanless C. Walter McCanless Diane Causemaker McKinna Richard E. Nutting Nell Sistrunk Schwartz Sarah Stamps Swor
Class of 1978 – 21%
Red and Black Society Member Lynn Reecer Sudderth Dean’s Society Carol Lee Collins Royer Cloister Society Jerry D. Heston Loyalty Club William M. Byrd, Jr. Anne Herbers Rosen Paul D. Jacobson L. Montgomery Smith Karen Weimer Willis Kathryn Anderson Wismer Slate Club Arthur F. Adams Patricia Miller Anderson Frank G. Barton III Katherine Ely Martin Bruce Teresa Watson Carrigan T. Smith Charlton Charles S. Day Evalyn Thomas Gander Carol Fuqua Koenig John K. McPherson Judith Panipinto Phelps P’09 Pamela A. Portwood Ruthann Ray Pamela Wilson Reeves Donor Sarah Minter Ashcraft Julie Carol Bartholomew E. Currey Courtney P’17 Robert C. Cragon Jana D. Files Dale Schulze Masters G. Robin Skillern Joseph S. Woodley
Class of 1979 – 31%
Diehl Society Sustainer Carolyn Crenshaw Carl Frances Clevenger Henkel Michael C.
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ALUMNI GIFTS Henkel Red and Black Society Member Mark L. Hammond Sarah Neale Parrish Dean’s Society Paul J. Caldwell Michael A. Edwards P’11 Carol Ann Perry Ogilvie Gwen Jones Owen Cloister Society Arden D. Barnett, Jr. P’16 Angeline Kinnaird Linn Gary B. Minor Philip E. Mischke P’13 Terrance J. Regan Tower Club Catherine Caldwell Eagles Lee W. McCallum Hal T. Stoneking P’16 Robert L. Summitt, Jr. P’11, P’18 Kelli Walker-Jones Loyalty Club Robert E. Burnside Earle T. Harding Leslie Ross Higman Diana Scarbrough Jester Mary Palmer Caroline Passerotti Alice Jackson Smith Slate Club Anthony K. Adams Sara Witsell Anderson Joseph R. Badgett Marian Ward Benoist P’08, P’12 Paul T. Brown Elaine Toulon Carroll Dena Brooks Davies E. Reynolds Davies, Jr. Andrew R. Falls P’08, P’12 Jim H. Fink Cynthia M. Hastings-Sakaan Joseph Hyrka W. Gerald Jones Barbara Prine Keathley Caroline Lavender Nead Taylor C. Phillips Charles E. Reeves, III Lady Ray Romano P’16 Mary Ann Duffey Sherman Karen Cardin Spivey Bernard F. Stengle Jane Stewart Angelo M. White Ward T. Wilson P’15 One Anonymous Donor Donor Darrington Russell Crane Jane Marie E. Curtis Helen James Ronderos Laurie Lynn Tinnell
Class of 1980 – 21%
Diehl Society Fellow Deborah Legg Craddock P’12 Diehl Society Sustainer William H. Posey III P’15 Diehl Society Patron Pamela Palmer Montesi P’06 Red and Black Society Member Sara Helen Goza Dean’s Society D. Lorraine Barlett Michael R. Frick Cloister Society Russell E. Galloway P’10, P’15 Mary Jennifer Hill Tower Club W. Marsh Acker III Valerie Ann Loebs Carole Bailey Stoneking P’16 Loyalty Club Anthony L. Brady, Jr. Kimberly Longmire McDaniel Fred H. Piper P’17 Jill Johnson Piper P’17 C. Keith Winn Margaret Sanders Winn Slate Club Lynn Bibb Barton Robert E. Bush Jeffery R. Campbell Dana Nelson Chamberlain David R. Dunavant P’18 Theodore P. Palles Robert L. Shankman Randall G. Stoker Mark W. Taylor Merrill S. Wise Donor Thomas E. Graves Sarah T Hall Eugenia Rizor McGroarty Rodney S. Nash Patrick O. Proctor Elizabeth Smith Russell Ronald P. Weaver
Class of 1981 – 24%
Diehl Society Fellow Arthur W. Rollins P’13 Diehl Society Sustainer Kathy Lynn Hayek Dean’s Society Janet Fountain McRae P’16 Cloister Society Catherine Howe Hunt Lisa Gilchrist Mischke P’13 Joseph J. Nash Tower Club John R. Adams, Jr. James S. Christie, Jr. Erroll Eckford III Timothy M. Kreider
Karen Hermele Levy Paul J. Ward Loyalty Club William M. Clark, Jr. Deborah L. Corley Rebecca Dance Harris John A. Harwell, Jr. Nancy McDonald Kornegay Melanie Casady Miller P’08 Slate Club W. Kelley Bass, Jr. Kevin E. Collins Patrick S. Dempsey P’09 Margaret Davis Freeman P’19 Linda Smith Iwanski Elizabeth A. Johnson Clayton Peeples Stephanie Hughes Russell Gina Marie Salvati Gregory A. Wineland Catharine Millar Woods P’12 Thomas N. Woods P’12 Donor Kathryn Keil Brown Carol Cole Czeczot John A. Doyle Carol Chism Flowers Carole Jennings Freeburg P’82 Sally Jones Heinz Craig A. Ingvalson Paul A. Mackin John Taylor Peeples Beth Vensel Robinson P’11 W. Russell Robinson III P’11 David W. Russell Sarah Jean Windes Virginia Marr Yeatman
Class of 1982 – 24%
Diehl Society Fellow Gregory A. Peters P’19 Diehl Society Sustainer Mark Nolan Hurley F. Anthony Marr P’23 Red and Black Society Member M. Sidonie Sansom Dean’s Society Robert E. McRae ^ Cloister Society P. Max Aldrich Christine Ray Eades David L. Eades Stephen M. Kidwell Linda Baird Newbern P’15, P’18 Gertrude Palmer-Ball Regan Tower Club Stephanie Bankston Adams Mary Barrett Brewer Elizabeth Larson Eckford Angela Sundberg Estes P’13
Dawn Maree Huff P’16, P’19 John A. Jernigan Paul E. Melton Loyalty Club Andrea Gilliom Anderson Margaret Rebecca BarrMyers Melanie Craft Compton Alan E. Curle Janet W. Dellinger Lynn Myrick Dudley Mary Bryan Fortin J. Calvin Tarrant Beth Ward Dorothy Sanders Wells Slate Club Sam J. Albritton, III Susan Sharp Campbell John E. P. Clinton P’22 Tanya Beck Evans Harry E. Flowers, II Janet Kaller Geerlings S. Dabney Gillespie Sarah Lewis James P’16, P’20 David E. Nelson Marcelle Brinkley Zarshenas Nia Gregor Turk Betsy Ramier Vacheron P’17, P’17 Donor Heidi Hayslett Carroll P’13, P’15 Margaret Fain Kim Elizabeth Gibbons Marilyn Lee Kaylor David E. LeMaire Barbara Williams Sands GP’20 E. Daniel Witherspoon III
Class of 1983 – 24%
Diehl Society Benefactor Amy Farley Howe R. Davis Howe, Jr. Diehl Society Sustainer Susan Logan Huffman P’19 Barry D. Johnson P’17 Diehl Society Patron John H. Bryan, III Red and Black Society Member Lynn Stapleton Koch P’21 Lisa A. Krupicka Kimberly C. MacQueen Pamela D. Murray Patricia Witherspoon Spore Dean’s Society Elizabeth Spencer Heflin Emily Mills Johnson Robert J. Kwech Charlotte Patton Parks Paul N. Parks, Jr. Rebecca Moore Tait P’15 Cloister Society
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FALL2019 G. Mitchell Baldree Michelle Vick Fulmer Dixon Presswood Schultz Tower Club Edward A. de Villafranca Theodore D. Estes P’13 Elizabeth R. Morehead Elizabeth A. Pankey-Warren Charles W. Parrott Loyalty Club David J. Abbott Edward C. Dellinger Alicia Ann Franck Slate Club Toni Sabella Barnes Leslie Carruth Bindbeutel Richard D. Bird, Jr. Sandra Beck Charlton Grace Tarrant Hall Nancy Graham Hamilton Julie Delayne Kilpatrick Frederic C. Motz, Jr. Scott C. Rye P’16 Harmon T. Sharp, III Laura Stettbacher Van Ness Donor Gretchen Mercer Deeves Perry D. Dement A. Trice Gibbons, III Larry A. Gray Cheryl Barton Henry Angelia Logan Johnson Rhonda Lee Lindsey Cheryl Reaves Peeples Martha Eileen Saavedra
Class of 1984 – 35%
Diehl Society Sustainer Elizabeth Sheppard Hurley Diehl Society Patron William B. Townsend Robert W. Wheeler Red and Black Society Member Joanna Katrina McIntosh Richard R. Spore III Dean’s Society Tracy Vezina Patterson P’22 Cloister Society D. Bryan Darr Mary Lynn Tucker Davis P’16 Amy Michele Doville Richard F. Huddleston Sherry Lynn Turner Tower Club Anne Gaudet Beard Tripp A. Dargie Barbara Hackett Etheridge Paul D. Fromberg Laura Hollandsworth Jernigan Karen Thompson Manroe Michael L. Nance
Linda C. Odom Jimmy K. Petty Laurie Enos Quattlebaum Harriet Byram Turnbull Loyalty Club Susan Gamble Crowell P’17, P’19 Edward G. Dudley III Debra S. Efird Melvin P. Payne, III Peter A. Rooney Jennifer Ramos Stark Janet Fite Ward Slate Club Allen O. Battle III Herbert W. Carlock III Daniel B. Channell Kimberley Cordell Cherry Leonora Green Clifford Alice Marie Clark Danks Angeline E. Gardner Frances Tucker Gilbert Mary R. Goodloe Emily Wolfe Leigh P’10 Tina Babock Miles David R. Neithamer P’13 Elizabeth Martin Neithamer P’13 Max Norton Cameron Conley Phillips Nathan W. Phillips Miller Bennett Piggott Philip G. Piggott Kenton B. Rea, Jr. Ruth Metcalfe Rye P’16 John R. Shanley, Jr. Elizabeth Pritchartt Swinney David M. Thomas II P’20 Donor Edgar B. Cannon, Jr. Linda Parrott Coleman H. Aldervan Daly M. Rebecca Davis P’20, P’22 Jody Lewis Driver Catherine Cotham Harris Lynn Linebaugh Jones Anne Rice Lacy P’15 Janet Comperry McReynolds Timothy R. Parish Donna Parks Catherine C. Reese Matthew H. Soper Lisa Deering Temoshok
Class of 1985 – 30%
Diehl Society Patron Julia H. Weaver Red and Black Society Senior Andrew W. Watts Red and Black Society Member James B. Golden III Rebecca Ruth Rollins Dean’s Society P. Livingston Brien P’23
S. Ann Holmes Cloister Society Marie Farrar Baldree Jeffery K. Davis P’16 Hal D. Fogelman Tower Club Maria Teresa BonovichMarvich Scott Alan Budzien Allison McCarthy Gauthier Rozell C. Henderson Joel R. Lyons Loyalty Club Peter W. Baumgarten Elizabeth A. Baxter Ann Webb Betty Daniel J. DiStefano Sherard C. Edington P’21 Douglas T. Franklin Margaret Bryan Hakimian Robert R. Lawhon Elizabeth A. McGee Slate Club Richard A. Banks P’15 Kathryn Woodson Barr P’15 Carole Choate Blankenship Chong-Ket Chuah Mary Lillian Behun Creasy Barbara Anderson Dentinger Paula Millirons Koelle Susan Bahner Lancaster W. Neal McAtee Charles P. Mooney, IV Laura S. Moss-Dudley Robert L. Popovitch Dee Schwartzman Raeside Helen F. Reinecke-Wilt P’18 Robert G. Watkin Susan Shepard Zimmermann Three Anonymous Donors Donor Frank C. Baker, Jr. W. Lee Booth Claire de Saussure Haynes D. Bryant Haynes III Christina Weir Krueger Blair Gatewood Norman
Class of 1986 – 22%
Diehl Society Patron Susan Orme Stribling Red and Black Society Senior Leslie Nelson Lee P’21 J. Scott Thomas Red and Black Society Member Kimberly Weeks Smith Dean’s Society Crista Loretta Crisler Michael A. Palazzolo Cloister Society Alexander J. McKelway Tower Club Janee Lambert Bonner A. Marvin Quattlebaum, Jr.
Darby Elsberry Westfall J. Mark Westfall Slate Club J. Knight Champion III Joe B. Evans, Jr. Donald M. Gronauer Holly Anderson Kruse P’23 Amy Hazlewood McAtee Denise Joseph Nakos J. Christopher Perkins Dawn Bass Popovitch John S. Schmidt Michael P. Thompson, Jr. Deborah Mannina Verlander One Anonymous Donor Donor Virginia Lien Cairns Kevin A. Clippinger Mary Ann Fesmire Emanuel Stephen T. Estock Katrina R. Hayes Michael L. Mosby P’15 Rebecca Sweet Rooney Charlotte P. Sargent
Class of 1987 – 38%
Diehl Society Patron Andrew L. MacQueen Red and Black Society Senior Wendy Tallent Rotter P’18 Red and Black Society Member Nancy K. DiPaolo Harold C. Dufour, Jr. Cloister Society Karen Rebecca Beardslee Leslie McCormick Darr D. Davidson Oxley James B. Short P’22 Tower Club Timothy D. Davis P’23 Patricia L. Decker Todd S. Doolin Patricia Sisk Harrington Sherrie Keeney Hollis Paige Beavers Miller Susan Hook Patterson P’13 Jackie Thacker Prester Lisa B. Singer P’23 Loyalty Club Amy Katherine Jarvis Elizabeth Jennings Kuhn David A. Lusk Katherine Riley Scrip Margaret Beeson Wallace Slate Club Alison Rayburn Abernathy John G. Alsobrook P’22 John D. Bailey Mary Margaret Kendall Bailey Steven C. Brammer William J. Casteel, Jr. Alice McCarthy Finn
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ALUMNI GIFTS Gregory A. Hanissian T. Alan Harris, Jr. Margaret Eikner Lee P’19 Daniel C. Lum Jeannie Beauregard O’Toole P’22, P’23 Carol Pierce Olson Roderick A. Payne Christie Hoffman Ruppel Timothy H. Ruppel David J.A. Schedler Robert E. Staley Kathryn L. Swanson Alfred P. Taylor Jennifer Thomas-Starck Donor Margaret Wood Atwood Lauren Wellford Deming P’20 Michelle Leigh Dry Melinda Gard Henson Mark E. Kazemba David T. Maddux Laura Jane Miller Harriet Smalley Monnig Brian C. Mott Laurie Fromberg Norris P’17 David R. Peterson David M. Porter, Jr. ^ Allyson Hooper Proctor Susan Adams Proebsting Laura Jane Richens Lydia Henegar Spencer Jennifer Sandridge Whitener One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1988 – 22%
Diehl Society Sustainer David B. DuBard Diehl Society Patron Russell T. Wigginton, Jr. Red and Black Society Member F. Colden Clark, Jr. Keith E. Kelly Christopher C. Ray Cloister Society Matthew H. Lembke Melia Miller Murphy P’15 Tower Club Michael G. McMillion Johnny B. Moore, Jr. Loyalty Club J. Jordan Abbott P’19 Brooke Glover Emery Martha Ann McGeachy Margaret McCully Neill Carole King Olsen Holli Hodnett Payne Jennifer James Selby Slate Club Walter H. Anderson Carol Elizabeth Barton Elizabeth L. Blake
Katherine Gilliland Connell Catherine Franklin Denson David L. Denson Tracy G. Edmundson Julie Hudgens Falkoff Christopher H. Frazier P’22 John V. Garrard P’18 Evelyn Edwards Graham T. Brent Graham Heather Habicht Grills Carson L. Hampson Stephen B. Humbert Florence Marie Johnson Raines Kimberly O’Harra Marsh Benjamin C. Mayo Reagan Roper McNeil P’16 Glenn W. Tillery Donor Eric A. Aft Stephen L. Beckham Christopher S. Brown Michael G. Bruno Peter G. Emanuel Kate Z. Enright P’21 Lisa Smith McCanless P’17 Alan M. Ostner Tricia Lee Pennington Donald D. Spence One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1989 – 34%
Red and Black Society Senior M. Jerome Franklin P’18, ’22 Red and Black Society Member Douglas F. Halijan Robin Meredith Kelly Kevin H. Williams Dean’s Society J. Robert Coleman Cloister Society Ivy Lee Chang Kenneth J. Kieklak Julianne Johnson Paunescu Patricia Morris Short P’22 Tower Club Lisa McClelland Borgeson Patricia Gaddis Burke Brent L. Carter Floy Wigal Cole Ashley Jenkins Collins Theodore R. Davis Amy Markle Doolin Kara Babin Gee Lucy Cooper Oglesby W. Ellis Oglesby Salil P. Parikh Rebecca T. Peters Sharon DeVall Skinner Loyalty Club Megan Dalrymple Abbott P’19 Jody Casella P’19 Joel P. Cook
Amy Baldwin Crockett Anne Marie Basarrate Fitz Sara D. Hodges Gina C. Latendresse Cynthia McPheeters Montgomery Sturla Olsen Suzanne Huhta Payson Eileen Ruffin Wood P’14 Slate Club R. Brian Balyeat Lucinda Lyon Buford Jenifer S. Cushman Anthony W. Detter Brian P. Foy Robin Bearden Gibson P. Eric Henager Catherine Hughes Huffman J. Rogers McNeil P’16 Jennifer Burrow Paine John B. Ray Robin B. Reed J. Chadwick Schultz Peter R. Scott Katherine Cowan Sentilles John N. Sherrod Gregory K. Smithers Charlotte McCrary Stacy Melissa Eubanks Staley Anna-Catherine Wylie Super Timothy P. Taylor Elizabeth Havercamp Willingham Donor Kimberley Blasingame Brantley Ann Dixon Pyle Andrea McMillan Hicks Amy Davis Klimek Thomas A. Lamb, III David LaValle, Jr. Kurt P. Low Joshua B. McCanless P’17 Melissa Marie McCornack Cheryl Lea Montgomery Patricia McFadden Morris Barbara Lynn Mulach Julianne Scobey Parks P’17 Leslie Rea Quirion Nicole Farris Williamson One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1990 – 22%
Diehl Society Guarantor C. Kevin Garland Sherrill Cameron Garland Red and Black Society Member Carolyn Tatum Ray Dean’s Society Deborah Blinn Coleman Cloister Society Amanda Jones Aghdami Laura C. Blankenship John C. Hill P’19, P’21 Pamela M. Hill P’19, P’21
William J. Van Cleve Tower Club Patrick J. Brady Steven A. Burns Elizabeth Fraser Cabrera Robert C. Cain Gina Mascolo Smith Todd E. Smith Loyalty Club Margaret Chandler Berardelli Stephen C. Crockett Richard D. Eskildsen P’19 David W. Perlis P’19 Suzanne Gonce Perlis P’19 Slate Club Alice Hendricks Arwood Barry J. Billings Graham S. Butler Eric D. Cardenas Lisa Lawrence Daniel Anita Ann Davis Chad M. Dunston Raymond M. Dupree Gary T. Hearn Tracy Newman Hearn John A. Hicks Michael C. James Diane L. Lum John C. Marecki Petra Lynn Meyer-Frazier P’22 Stephen A. Montgomery C. Edward Sanders, Jr. Mary Carnahan Sanders Kirsten Williams Schwehm Clara Melissa Talley Katherine Sprague Taylor Margaret Sutherland Wellborn Walter E. Wellborn F. Grant Whittle Donor Catherine M. Chastain-Elliott Paul M. Conroy P’23 Sandra Sullivan Conroy P’23 Shellie Ruoff Creson P’21 Kersten Kallenberger Fons Jennifer Gaines Kidder Milinda E. Mitchell William S. Parks P’17 Mary C. Rumley R. Bradford Shelton Catharine Eschmeyer Wade Ann Hollingsworth Weeden
Class of 1991 – 27%
Diehl Society Patron Veronica Lawson Gunn Elizabeth Roe Pearce Red and Black Society Member Deborah C. Chan Jason T. Greene Michelle Long Greene
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FALL2019 C. Clark Ogilvie Eric M. Teal P’23 One Anonymous Donor Dean’s Society Edmund R. Agee, Jr. Robert A. James, Jr. Cloister Society Amanda Illges Van Cleve Tower Club Kathryn Lane Burns David Max Cook II Katherine Sessoms Jacobi Tracy Ballard Lindow Andrew D. Nix Walter H. Powell, II Jonathan P. Smoke Kathleen Fleece Smoke Patrick L. Stuart Steven T. Sullivan One Anonymous Donor Loyalty Club J. Patrick Blake Susan Sineath Calahan Christopher L. Casey Courtney Ward Chavez Ellen Lewis Fortas Jennifer Paige Moore Paul M. Ollinger Mildred L. Sabbatini Elizabeth C. Sigler D. Lynn Taylor J. Kyle Webb Slate Club Kristen Pryor Brown Randal E. Brown, Jr. Edward F. Hettinger Heather Lindsey Hettinger Carol Marie Hughes Steven M. Kerr James F. Kuykendall Timothy L. Latham Pressley Harris Peters M. Cade Smith Clayton F. Spencer Rebecca Allyn Spencer Lynn Duncan Summerfield Shelly Griffen Valiulis John Russell Whittemore Two Anonymous Donors Donor Richard L. Bullington P’21 Jennifer Bishop Cahall Andrew D. Chaney Gregory E. de Witt P’16 Natalie Ensminger Gildea Philip Christian Fons Monica Allie Holiday Kimberly J. Medland Angela Holland Mills Patsy P. Morgan Helen Glover Moses William N. Nelsen T. Monroe Rayburn III P’23 Christi Barr Schaeffer Carolyn Waskey Sheldon Judith Glass Sullivan Kristina Marie Thoennes
Class of 1992 – 21%
Red and Black Society Senior Elizabeth Cotham Furman Red and Black Society Member Lacey Taylor Jordan William H. Jordan Dean’s Society C. Annette DuBard Cloister Society Anisa Cottrell Willis Tower Club Julie Story Byerley Ashley Brian Coffield Emily Newsom Cook Christopher N. Emanuel Amanda Murray Hofstetter G. Bradford Hofstetter William M. Lybrook IV Russell N. Sims Shantih Geary Smythe Richard T. Trenthem, Jr. Loyalty Club Barton T. Crawford Cynthia Sullivan Davies Kelly A. Garrett Chesney Falk McAfee Barbara Hall Miller Shannon Emerson Myatt Scott B. Peatross Katherine C. Ray O.E. Schow IV Slate Club Laura Landers Duke Anna Owens Dunston Victoria S. Holland Mary Gordon Walker Kerr Angela Gailey Laster Catherine Cooper Loveman Sara Hawks Marecki Amy Alice Matheny P’23 Jennifer Hamlett Moore W. Kevin Thompson Kelly Pledger Weeks B. Zachary Woodworth One Anonymous Donor Donor Mary Helen Russell Butler Kelli Pacello de Witt P’16 Cindy McCraw Dircks Kathleen K. Donnelly P’21 Elizabeth Schaeffer Hough Kristina A. Kloss S. Stinson Liles Arden Towson Lindsey Terron Shoemaker Perk Ashley Ellis Tierney Sara Wilson Watts
Class of 1993 – 21%
Diehl Society Patron Ryan D. Mire P’23 Red and Black Society Member Robert W. Jarrett, Jr. Dean’s Society
Nancy Adele Braam Little John S. Little Cloister Society Christopher T. Buchanan Donald J. Sumner, Jr. Tower Club Jennifer Louise DeSouza Joseph E. Dudek, Jr. Laura Jones Kent T. Shea Kent Melinda E. Simon Nichole E. Soule’ Stephanie Monte Sullivan Tanja Lueck Thompson Wendy Lawing Trenthem Loyalty Club J. Clay Cole Miles S. Fortas Cheri Alison Grosvenor Lara McGinty Hall Leslie G. Johnson, II Jennifer Harris Johnston Mary Elizabeth Webb Lawrence Elizabeth Lawson Lyons J. Richard Miller, Jr. Rebecca A. Miller-Rice James L. Myatt Katherine Goodloe Peatross David T. Rice Gregory L. Ritter Slate Club Mrs. Marlinee C. Clark Iverson J. Harper Cook Susan Ewart Crowder Carter Murray Dawson Logan H. Germann Christopher L. McCullar Donald L. Price Jennifer Cobb Pyron Lee Colquitt Schaffler Elizabeth Hayes Smithers Laca Kathryn Tines David R. Trainor P’23 Bryan C. Wheatley Russel L. Wiener, II ’93 Donor David Assaf, IV Sydney Thompson Assaf Jeffrey M. Bean P’23 Lynette Breedlove Teresa Jones Ernest Jennilyn Gibson Edward B. Kizer Paul T. Knapstein Laura Gustafson Porter Carlyn Merz Rayburn P’23 Anne Everett Schilling Brian J. J. Tierney Julie Montgomery Wood
Class of 1994 – 32%
Diehl Society Patron Christopher W. Cardwell Red and Black Society Member
Tonya Vaughn Pickron Cloister Society Nancy Cotham Black Tamekia Lavern Wakefield Tower Club Beth Webster Blake Alli Lambert Anne Murrell Locke Mark K. Manno Melissa C. Motichek Mathews Lelia Hood Savory Carol Culpepper Seal Brett H. Waibel One Anonymous Donor Loyalty Club W. Carter Bryars, III Merryl Taylor Cooper J. Scott Covode Elizabeth Rather Gorman Matthew C. Hardin Laurence D. Henry Ellen Baker Jurewicz Champ Lyons III Mark R. Ptacek Stefanie Leanne Taylor Newton J. Wardlaw IV P’23 Elizabeth Ann Young Slate Club Michael J. Augspurger Anna Johnson Averitt Rebecca Thom Berk Angi Elsea Bourgeois Pace Harrison Bowers Chip Brian Jeffrey L. Carlton Stewart S. Crais P’21 Richard D. Crowder Christopher C. Dawson Susan Gear Deason Brandy Rogers DeWeese Michael G. Fulton Susan Jean Gabrielson Fulton Gretchen King Hall Molly Bradley Jackson P’23 William D. Jackson P’23 Karla Washburn Kramer W. Bibb Lamar, III Christopher G. Linder Susan N. Masson C. Sean McCrary Susan Baird Motschiedler Jason A. Narenkivicius Jennifer Cunningham Packer Stacy S. Pennington Holly Hall Price Kristin Lavender Price David Cowan Rayfield Elizabeth A. Rhoades Caprice Lizette Roberts H. Benjamin Scott, Jr. P’21 Joyce Sue-mee Shin Jason G. Tatum Julie Ferguson Trapp
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ALUMNI GIFTS Valerie Michelle Webb Rakshanda H. Young P’23 One Anonymous Donor Donor Megan Dykstra Bangert Halie Kathleen Clouse Julia Wanklyn Culleton Shannon Carter Divine G. Michael Gonda Margaret Sharp Hill Andrew D. Jeter Amanda Gatlin Knapstein Alison McVoy Paul Robert B. Ragland Christina D. Ross Debra K. Rudder Lohe Wendy Foster Talbot James D. Wilkerson, II One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1995 – 23%
Diehl Society Patron Sonya N. Jones Red and Black Society Member Lowry H. Howell Dean’s Society Brian S. McGeorge Cloister Society Amanda Ellison Buchanan Kimbrelle Barbosa Lewis Mary Ellen Hamel McIntyre Tower Club Tiffany M. Ford Jennifer K. Jenkins Buvana Rajanna Reddy Loyalty Club Stephanie L. Chockley Mary Margaret Hines Doyle John Buxton Knott, IV Gretchen Wright LaSalle G. Stiles Rougeou Lisa Tomlinson Wardlaw P’23 Ronald B. Workman, Jr. Slate Club Carlton J. Austin Katina Luster Broadway Camille Harris Daniel Gregory L. Davis Eduardo E. Dieppa III Elizabeth Knight Doolittle Sara Barnhart Eichmann Daniel C. Ellis Eric L. Elms Katherine E. Garrett R. Elise Harbin Julia Carruth Hosea Shelia Renee Jones Charles A. Kohn, II Elizabeth Abbott McCrary Margaret H. Pettyjohn Melinda Jane Pomeroy-Black Julie Wilkins Price
Stuart Eddings Rayfield Riddell Walcott Scott P’21 Sarah Hall Stump Two Anonymous Donors Donor Scotland C. Allen Timothy C. Ballard Christina Michelle Belden Brian M. Coldren Melissa Martin Gonda Julie Walker Grigsby Robyn Rebecca Jonston Jason D. Rauls Stephanie Jean Rogers Elizabeth Irvin Rossetti Shelby Erin Scott Elizabeth Houk Sedgwick D. Welch Suggs, Jr. Amy Michelle Taylor Lori Bond Weathers Christopher J. Williams Rachel O. Wortham One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1996 – 21%
Diehl Society Patron Douglas B. Duncan Kristen Taylor Duncan Red and Black Society Member Joel E. Smith Maryl Valentine Smith Dean’s Society Marcie Allen Van Mol Cloister Society Catherine Susanna Cuellar Tower Club Jacqueline Schaffhauser Brady Emily Anne Burns Megan Crowell Ford S. Steele Ford, Jr. G. David Overend Loyalty Club Courtney Melchers Murphy Amanda Waller Peoples Michael J. Rosolino Rebecca Sanchez Slate Club Natalie Dell Bailey John C. Chauvin Philip E. Crystal II John G. Curren, III D. C. Drake David Basil Eubanks Elizabeth Moore Evans Ryan B. Feeney S. Nichole Feeney Susan Mathis Gaither John L. Havercamp Janet Farris Henderson Loretta Elmere Lambert Jennifer Judith Larson Daniel C. Millner Christina Smith Nachman Laura Hicks Wells
Mary Beth Bankson Williams Marla Rolfs Wood Donor Allison Patricia Fones Astrid Smith French Billie Ann Snodgrass Gebb Paul Kellison Guibao Edward R. Hoge III Amber Isom-Thompson John D. Langdon Patrick W. McCarroll Jessica Rainey McKnett Caldwell K. Meeks Amanda Griffith Oakes Virginia Maxwell Rauls John D. Rodriguez Cassandra Whetsell Runnels One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1997 – 21%
Dean’s Society Joy Richmond Bowen Elizabeth Kealoha Stinson Cloister Society Lee C. Donald Elizabeth Crouch Fitts Tower Club Joanna Gabriel Blankner Sherry Lynn Waibel Nathan H. Walsh Elizabeth Grey Wells Viktoria Augusta Ziebarth Julia E. Below David P. Katz Amy Lynn Lonkar Leslie Beck Norman Rebecca Crawford Reynolds Leah Jordan Swindle Slate Club Susan Elizabeth Ashe Jennifer D. Bartlett-Prescott Alper M. Cetingok Benjamin L. Cormack Miriam Nipper Gavigan Alexa Suzanne Hulsey Mathew T. Kraus Jeff Lekarczyk Robert P. Marus Samantha Annette McElhaney Shelley Roberts McLay Laura Elizabeth Mutter Christopher A. Palazzolo John S. Palmer Charlotte Turnipseed Russ J. M. Scott Toland Brent P. Vanderzee Allison Ring Wear Shane A. Wear Donor Kristen Miller Behan S. Nell Bolton
Alyssa C. Browning Catherine Carter Cleary Darrell T. Cobbins Meredith Latimer Eaton Laurea Caroline Glusman McAllister Cristina Dias Guibao John A. Humphrey Barbara Jean Kinney Elizabeth Johnston Lessner Emily Wiggins Little E. Tilghman McFadden Shaila Mehra Isabel Melo Ragland Amy Hobby Rickard Ginger Crouch Spickler Joshua B. Spickler Tiffany Tucker Kendall Amy Herrin Wilhite E.B. Harrison Willis
Class of 1998 – 20%
Red and Black Society Senior Michelle B. Babcock Red and Black Society Member Mitchell A. Klink IX Cloister Society William C. Buchheit, Jr. Melissa McCracken Center J. Megan Grilliot Elizabeth M. Haag Jonathan D. Nolen Tower Club David B. Carr Marissa Brewer Henley Victor J. Suane, Jr. David M. Wells Loyalty Club Andrew K. Gibbs Scarlett Caldwell Miles Brett S. Norman Howard M. Schramm, III Heather Caldwell Stricklin Amanda Grebe Tamburrino Laura Squire Trott Slate Club Jason Bishop Allison Griffin Bittel Philip R. Bittel Roselle Lawson Bonnoitt Juhee Kapil Desai Michael J. Faber Kristin Lee Fox-Trautman Mary Louise Lowen Froissard Robert C. Lane Price Phillips Massey Katrina Schott McLin Susan Meredith Meyers Shelley Nicole Miller Etelka Lanza Murphy Amy Berlin Opsal Viraj K. Parikh Benjamin M. Stronach Elizabeth Hays Taylor Erik R. Tillman
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FALL2019 Donor T. J. Adams III Christina O’Relley Barnes Christine Annette Bertz Preston I. Carter, Jr. Jennifer Ann CartwrightAlejo Mary Molina Crawford Bridgette Scott Decent Sally Stevens Humphrey Eric K. Lindh Melissa Jean Hasslen Selim J. Sunni Thompson One Anonymous Donor
Class of 1999 – 38%
Red and Black Society Member Piers Alexis Hurley Emily Dodson Jarrett Robert Mark Thomas Walker Dean’s Society Matthew D. Marcotte Cloister Society C. Alison Barnwell Virginia Laney Clopper J. Kelly Ensor III Tillman J. Finley Bradley T. Sanderson Julie Atkinson Smith Tower Club Katharine Farmer Breaux Matthew H. Breaux Nancy Beresford Brown Henry P. Hilliard Still Hunter, III Elizabeth Miller McLean Stephen M. Meyer One Anonymous Donor Loyalty Club Stewart F. Alford, IV A. Brian Anderson Adam J. Beck Holly Frederick Beck Clare Doyle Dempsey Adrienne Ballew Elder David A. Elder Ashley Browning Pfiester Andrea Owen Scarborough Slate Club Cadien Johns Clark Kristen Boswell Amonette Benjamin A. Ball Matthew M. Beck Kevin R. Birkby Braden Moon Blasdel W. Todd Blasdel Nora Kongtawng Boone Anne Rozelle Borski Daniel C. Brown, Jr. Jill Baldwin Brown Elisabeth Hause Burrows Melanie Sigler Butler Florence Stumb Chassaignac
Effie Bean Cozart Margaret Yerger Elliott Diane Elizabeth Faires S. Stuart Fallen Timothy S. Haberberger Andrew C. Hamric Andrew S. Harlow Ryan Michael Helm Brent Alan Houston Alison Raye Huxel Cori Elizabeth Smith Micah J. Luce J. Robert Markel, Jr. Carol Curry Reach Rachel Morris Rosson Elizabeth McCormac Ryan Kyle Michael Ryan Jaclyn Ross Shepard Gregory A. Sims Karin Linnea Vanderzee Patricia Rouse Vargas Matthew P. Willis One Anonymous Donor Donor F. Nicole Albers Maria Elisabeth Balasis Annie Mullins Billions Gerald A. Botta, Jr. Darrell F. Brown, Jr. Meredith McCrea Caruso Jill Waldrip Davis Nicole Gibson Davison Joby M. Dion Morgan Bomar Eckles Melissa Stampley Gage Chandra Westervelt Gonzalez Hunter Phillips Goodman C. Jason Grundorf Priscilla Gibbs Harvey Nicole Atkins Johnson Kerry Elizabeth Kornblatt Kelly Gill Laudon Eric V. McIntyre Jaime Lancaster Merriman Jennifer Ann Stroud P’97, P’00 Genevieve D’Ivry White Karen Hines Daniel Wilmoth
Class of 2000 – 20%
Diehl Society Sustainer Joshua D. Solomon Diehl Society Patron Amanda Michelle Lawrence Red and Black Society Senior Wesley N. Meador Cloister Society Michael L. Thompson Regina Franklin Thompson Tower Club Cullen R. Evans Christian A. Hettinger John M. Seale John Charles Sites Loyalty Club
Amanda Reid Alford Nicki North Baxley Timothy S. Hayes Jason C. Jowers Slate Club Melanie McSwain Alexander Danny M. Awdeh A. Teal Baker Brian D. Boone Lindy Denise Brown Susan Brombacher Fallen Scott Dowling Hopkins Stacy Weber Houston Jason W. Jones Clare Louise Lopez Jaime Hook Shipe Matthew A. Shipe Kristin Kleber Sistos Sarah Clarke Squire Brenna Fae Strickland Jenny Kjerfve Thompson Shelby Reed Thompson Amanda Corkern Vezina Anne Bragg Warren Brian A. Willis Donor Jessica Lynn Anschutz Christine Fall Black Emily Slagle Dieringer James E. Eckles Jason M. Friedes J. Peden Harris, Jr. Emily Parkinson Hughes William A. Johnson Emily Nell Monroe Jill Marie Peterfeso Ellen E. Weirich Mara Elizabeth Zimmerman One Anonymous Donor
Class of 2001 – 18%
Red and Black Society Member Frank B. Thacher, III Elisabeth Meyers Yoder Patrick Douglas Yoder Cloister Society Brian M. Clary Tower Club DeAnna Smith Adams Michael Vincent Cunningham Smith Claire Chambers Hegarty Lorien Young Sites Loyalty Club Catherine Neelly Burton Erin Massey Everitt Anne Elizabeth Markus Fajkus Barrett L. Haga Sara Miles Wilson Slate Club Heather Putman Ball Jeremy S. Boyd Christie Brewer Boyd Dustin R. Burrows
Emily West Bynum J. Andrew Hughes Sarah Jean Lanneau Erin Mann Markel Olivia DeLoach Mayberry James-Allen McPheeters Julia Johnson Randolph Mridula Bagrodia Watt Donor Hillary Livingston Butler Lindsey L. Chrestman P’20 Kosta C. Dalageorgas Keva L. Duckett Barnett O. Edelen, Jr. Meagan Fouty-Brancato Joseph M. Garibaldi, Jr. Corliss DeJuan Givens Mary Katherine Minten Gray Suneel C. Gupta Taylor Grether Jacobs Karen Sue Kopitsky Amy Dundas Matheson Shelley Short Matthews Kathryn Archibald Stakem Leslie Horne Tomasini Jennifer L. Wiedower One Anonymous Donor
Class of 2002 – 19%
Diehl Society Patron Matthew M. Rigdon Dean’s Society Justin T. Starling Megan Andrews Starling Cloister Society Suzy E. Fournier Eric T. Sefton Christopher W. VanDervort Tower Club Jill Doshier Meyer Loyalty Club Meredith Cain Douglas Julia M. Gehrki Charles B. Kelly Beth Gunn Lee John M. Planchon, Jr. Eric J. Swindle Slate Club Meghan Carney Bromert Katherine L. Castille Shannon Leigh Cian Alice Jane Davidson Elizabeth C. Elliott Elizabeth Serex Evans Kyle J. Hassell Emily Alexander Helm Christopher E. Higgins Lisa Bloom Higgins Lisa Hope Jain Lauren Dellinger LaPoint Harry W. Lebair, IV Katherine Franklin Lundgren Eric C. Mathews Jennifer Morris McPheeters
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ALUMNI GIFTS Linda E. Nelson P’05 Clinton W. Randolph Rhianna E. Shabsin Joshua L. Wilmsmeyer Caroline B. Wright Donor Kerri G. Campbell Lawton Elizabeth Fabacher Allana Christine Helland Matthew C. Helland Douglas J. Lemme Julie Anne Mediamolle Jacquelyn Ehrentraut Norris Rebecca Edwards Pustejovsky Phillip Carl Ragain Sarah Swinney Rice Jonathan M. Russom Timothy D. Stakem Nicole Pera Taylor One Anonymous Donor
Class of 2003 – 19%
Dean’s Society Sara Mason Bovender S. Parkerson McEnery Melinda Carol Phillips Cloister Society Brigitte M. Messenger Allison Prickett Pack Lauren Blalock Sefton Tower Club Jordan M. DeMoss Lauren Copper DeMoss Scott B. Holmes Jonathan D. Hulgan Stuart T. Johnston Laura Marks O’Brien Scott C. O’Brien Loyalty Club Michelle Lynn Garner Jessica Louise Hubbs Matthew R. Keogh Slate Club Victoria Jane Cullum Cyanne Lyn Demchak Sarah Tuttle Edgecombe Benjamin A. Evans Jessica Lynn Huber Rebecca Held Knoche Courtney Lavelle Neff Milam James B. Roach Caroline Dale Simpson Alice McCracken Stoner Bradley S. Stoner Sarah May Wilmsmeyer Donor B. Mike Agiannidis E. Summer Banks Calvin D. Biggers, Jr. Susan A. Bomar Lisa Nix Bryant Benjamin D. Chastain
Kristin Rishoi Cox Susan Elizabeth Duesler Kathryn Strother Edelen Anne Barrow Elzemeyer Mark A. Erskine D.Talmadge Goldsby Lydia Murray Holland Scott R. Hughes Jonathan Maynard Large Anne Elizabeth Mazyck Shawn Heather McCarthy Elaine de la Houssaye Montgomery Anna C. Neal Brett R. Ramsey Aisha M. Sharif Anne Elizabeth Hughes Solomon Miriam Dillard Stroud Michelle S. Toussaint Tyler Lamb Walters Grace Gabriel Williams
Class of 2004 – 27%
Red and Black Society Member Jennifer N. Dill Dean’s Society Michael J. Lyerly Cloister Society Marc A. Lissauer Matthew L. Teague Tower Club Megan Pollock Hulgan Elizabeth Cooley Nelson Blake C. Phillips Loyalty Club Margaret Chambers Campbell K. Michael Lamb Jonathan P. Spilman Krysten Ivy Wendell Lindsay Hughes Wright R. Steven Wright Slate Club Tonya Thurber Alberelli Daniel D. Anglin Carl W. Carlson Lindsay Margaret Chapman Emily Kingswell-Smith Day John J. Decker Sarah Margaret Bridwell Decker Catherine Curtis Eckley Travis H. Eckley Robert E. Edgecombe, III Erin R. Fleischer Catherine M. Harris Sara Haiar Hillyer Ashley Kutz Kelley Kristy Lynn Kummerow Jennifer S. Labrecque John C. Leslie Brooke Raushel Levy William T. Levy Joshua K. Low
R. Chadwick Milam Sarah Hall Mitchell Tiffany Jordan Moore J. Anders Reynolds Stacy Marie Sidle Jonathan S. Staton Jesse D. Ziebarth Donor Brandy Jane Alexander Aditya Bagrodia Erin Heslip Bennett Elizabeth A. Bernardi Andrew C. Burk Jacob L. Church Julie Allison Clary Robert R. Dalton Jennifer L. Daniels Catherine Ogle Egenes Lauren Lincks Ferrera Maggie Ellen Goodman David S. Haney Courtney Lundeen Harris Daniel L. Head Rebecca Karem Hughes Caitlin Goodrich Jones Jessica Laurel Kanes Adrian M. Killebrew, Jr. Elijah A. Logan Katie Elizabeth Maxwell Emily Hoermann McMurray Jennifer Sirmon Peters Emily R. Poppens Veena Rangaswami Claire Dowler Rouse Lori Beth Dunn Schaefer Amber Nicole Shaw G. Patrick Solomon Emily Valentine Sottile Emily How Walker Catherine C. Walsh Katherine Elizabeth Whitfield Shelley Spring Williams Leslie Rae Isaacman Jamie Hulett Zuccaro One Anonymous Donor
Class of 2005 – 20%
Red and Black Society Member Laura Humphreys Call Ryan P. Call Meredith Jones Kingsley Dean’s Society James R. Hopkins Mary Jaco Hopkins Cloister Society S. Brandon Couillard Cynthia Pfohl Erensen Katharine Heise Etchen Georgianna Bowersox Lissauer C. Logan Wheeler Molly Chapman Wheeler Tower Club Lisa M. Hagan Webb
Lauren Fay Holmes Loyalty Club Benjamin C. Clark John E. Hullender, III Paige Gardner Lancaster William S. Lancaster Jade Opper Planchon Carra Fowlkes Trimmer Nicole Lazo Tugg Krista DeWitt Wood R. Jordan Wood Slate Club Jonathan R. Berger Emily Brooks Bray Michael D. Bray Christopher S. Hathorn Leah A. Kaye Krista McClain Lallemand Evan L. Weinberger J. Taylor Whaley Elizabeth M. Wiedemann Hennessy Howell Williams Nathaniel R. Wyeth Donor Travis Cox Melanie Elyse Hall Sheria Elizabeth Holmes Alexander W. Hornaday Thayer Hutcheson Laura Gray Teekell McCann Andrew M. O’Brien Stephen R. Ogden Taylor Driskill Pafford Heidi Ann Rademacher Emily Swiggett Robbins Liverman Kristen Bach Smithson William C. Tyler, Jr. M. Page Yarborough Santiago Two Anonymous Donors
Class of 2006 – 19%
Red and Black Society Member Robert G. Baty Matthew T. Goldsby Dean’s Society Patrick W. Crouch Ashley Crosland Lyerly Cloister Society Sarah Lindsey Fairchild Tower Club Jacob T. Cremer Carrie Osborne Johnston Loyalty Club Meghan Davis Clark Dane G. Wendell Slate Club Allison Cox Baker Haley Fults Barry Erin Hannah Chlum Scott M. Douglass R. Harrison Golden Robert C. Gunn Lydia Vincent Hathorn
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FALL2019 Holly Leigh-Ann Heath Christine E. Hendrickson Rachel Elise Hettinger Justin L. Marlar Laura Dallas McSorley Frederick T. Montesi, IV Justin L. Olszeski Brent A. Owens Katherine Brooks Picardo Michelle Petter Stafford J. Brent Stool Elena R. Wigodsky Donor Stephen M. Ash M. Lake Waterstradt Bailey Abigail Tucker Burka Desmond L. Campbell Benjamin W. Carroll Jonathan M. Croft Caroline Ferrari Cronin Ashley Mitchem Dillingham Kelsey Littell Durrett Korey J. Kormick Graham P. Little Meredith Gould Little Molly Williams Logan I. Danielle Mashburn-Myrick Susannah L. Morse Johanna Alicia Ogden Anna Ivey Ritz Megan Bartels Shelton Meriwether Wofford Truckner Jeree Lynne Wheat Caroline King Willson William M. Willson Mark A. Wilson
Class of 2007 – 17%
Red and Black Society Senior Andrew T. Greer Ross W. Hilliard Red and Black Society Member Amy Moore Cresswell Tower Club C. Laine Beatty R. Andrew Beatty Elliott W. Taliaferro Loyalty Club Lauren Ashley Anderson Ashley Wells Hullender Meredith Ann Lee Lauren Bartling Pearce Anne Claire Patrick Strange Lora Alexander Terry Slate Club Jennifer L. Brake Allison Elizabeth Brown Chelsea Castiglioni Brown Taylor C. Brown Emily Marie Dafferner Marci A. Hendrix Meghan E. Hofto Angeline Alexander P. Lynch Anne Caitlin May Sara Elizabeth Menz
One Anonymous Donor Donor Scott M. Bayer Alexandra Merlyn Boyd James A. Cornfoot Alexandra Brittany Felgar Edith Lee Garrett Ashley Shannon George Joseph C. Goldsmith Elizabeth Duckett Harris Cassandra M. Heymann Lindsay Catherine Joe David C. Lane Sarah C. Lineback Elza Grace Crocco Mollie Briskman Montelaro Rebecca Smith Nenon Molly Lochridge Powers Jevon A. Reinke Anna Christine Stagg Tatiana Esther Taylor E. Abbot Walsh Seven Anonymous Donors
Class of 2008 – 19%
Red and Black Society Senior Mary-Milam Hilliard Red and Black Society Member Victor J. Evans Tower Club Edward H. Lane II Julia Stribling Taliaferro Evan B. Williams Loyalty Club Matthew A. Breeden Ryan K. Dagen Robert J. Flanagan Laura Jane Hamper Kathryn Mirseyedi Wiles Robert P. Wiles Jessi Wilson Slate Club Barbara Gordon Cascella Nicholas G. Cascella Caroline Leigh Eley Hannah Joseeger English Katie Elaine Frink John L. Hinds, IV Tyler E. Lake Michael S. Lallemand Hafford C. Porter II Maggie Walton Stepp Daniel A. Sturtevant Alison Roxanne Williams One Anonymous Donor Donor Elizabeth K. Ashton-Croft Ashley B. Barnes-Gilbert, Ph.D. Colleen A. Bookter Katherine Slimp Brunin Tevari Lynnee Butler Thomas G. Cole II Diana M. Comes Frances Benoist Compton
Brian T. Darrith Rebecca Cook Davis Andrew W. Falls Megan Elizabeth Flatt Megan Nicole Fooshee Jennifer S. Gladstone Michael B. Hathorn Carson Marie Irwin Natasha Kalpana Jain Kelsey Leigh Jarrett Lucy McLaurin King Kathryn Ford Ledlie Parker B. Long Barton M. Mallory Madoline Marie Markham John A. McCulloch Amelia S. Olson Katherine L. Orr Christopher M. Pope, Jr. Sherry Ann Sasson Kathryn J. Selby Laura M. Sellers Daniel E. Sheppard Catherine Stiles Sheridan Vincent James Short L. Robert Shreve Rebekah Kuhn Teesdale A. Claire Tonore Christopher B. Truckner B. O’Brien Wolff Elyssa Rubertino Yantis Matthew G. Yantis
Class of 2009 – 25%
Red and Black Society Senior Justin L. Hugon Red and Black Society Member A. Valisa Berber-Thayer Lindsey Ann Williams One Anonymous Donor Tower Club Jamie Glancy Bizzell John Robert Bizzell JoAnna Marie Halk Jessica Harris Jones James R. Kingman Jenna K. Smith Loyalty Club Matthew J. Averill Andrea E. Bell Hunter S. Hamlet Ian W. Todd Elizabeth Sharpe Zanca One Anonymous Donor Slate Club Marjorie Lucius Schwahn Armstrong R. Leslie Calicutt Caroline Randolph Cancelosi Colin L. Cox Mary E. Dumas Kelsey Dean Griffith J. Lauren Lambeth Kristin Marchell Langrill
Morgan Elizabeth Nichols Mikkel B. Quam India Allen Rhodes Leslie Rouse James Charles M. Simmons Anthony C. Siracusa, III Tri M. Vu Anthony A. Walsh III Stephanie Berzette Wilkinson Brian M. Wise S. Alexander Woods, Jr. One Anonymous Donor Donor William K. Andress Taylor E. Barnes-Gilbert Katherine P. Bell T. Peyton Bell Gerri E. Beuerle William J. Bubeck Karolina Grabowicz Calhoun Patrick F. Deveau Katherine Elizabeth DunbarSmith George Whitney Rebecca DuVal Andrew K. Fancher Samantha Danielle Gallagher William W. George John L. Jackson Daniel A. Jacobs Amber Jade James Katy Joyner Keeling Jennifer L. Gernon Matthew N. Kernodle Jacob S. Kleiman Jane Metters LaBarbara Nicholas F. Margello Catherine E. Lindeman Matthew R. Marker Sarah Carlisle Osmer Noah A. Pittman Zachary B. Ramsey Emily Jane Roberts Allison Marie Trehame Teneice R. Stegall Jennifer Denise Strickland Claire White Weaver Matthew B. Womack Elizabeth A. Wright Mackenzie S. Zalin Three Anonymous Donors
Class of 2010 – 18%
Diehl Society Patron Morgan D. Grigsby Red and Black Society Senior Rebecca Rieger Greer Red and Black Society Member Maddie Ruth Callis Kristin A. Forbes Aaron B. Michelsohn Tower Club Scott J. Galloway Jennifer C. Long
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ALUMNI GIFTS Loyalty Club Gregory J. Bolwell Jacquelyn Hancock Bolwell Tyler W. Ponder Peter F. Zanca Slate Club Benjamin W. Ashley Jenay Doveeann Gipson T. Alexander Chansuthus Ciara Nicole Conway Christina Melinda Daggett Christian J. Eberle Laura Rebecca Hofto John L. Musgrove, Jr. Kristin P. Owens William M. Plosser Amanda Sue Price Clark N. Ruppert Alice Wombwell Wise Rachel Harpool Woods Donor Alison White Crawford Laura Wyndham Deines Erin Foster Farry Meredith Savage Fifer Andrew P. Foss-Grant Heather Lynn George Julia Elizabeth Goss Nina Guo Mary Elizabeth Huddleston Colin R. Johnson Caleb K. Kaywood Bennett T. Mallory Amanda Law Maxson Brianna Hamilton McCullough Elizabeth Anne McGowin Grant P. Monda William K. Montgomery Scarlett Alexandria Petilos Martha Aja Rotzoll Mathilde Villere Semmes Simone Denae Simmons Kathryn Claire South K. Grace Stranch Armanda Leigh Venezia Jacqueline M. Ward Derek M. Washam Jessica Rathel Willingham Clarke R. Wise Two Anonymous Donors
Class of 2011 – 17%
Red and Black Society Member M. Kathleen Morgan Andrew A. Mullins-Williams Loyalty Club Holly Elizabeth Edwards Slate Club William M. Bell, IV E. Anne Buckthal Stephanie Parazak Erberle Matthew D. Frank
Jennifer G. Frierson Grier Haney Landa Bernard H. Lawson, III Austin L. Marcum Russell P. Powers Houston M. Scarborough Kenneth S. Scott Alexander A. Tong C. Tyler Turner Donor Bradley T. Arnold James M. Bruce, IV Steven D. Brunson Jessica Linnette Cowan Joshua F. Deaton Margaret Rector Deaton Alexandria L. Eiland Alana Nicole Fritsche Mary M. Hahn Guy H. Handley, IV Katelyn Foster Handley Josie Scarlett Holland Kelsey Jenae Hope Ashley Camille Jones G. Adams Joplin, V Dylan J. McDonald Lakeya Shanay McGill Andrew C. Meier Michaela Davies Meier Jonathan F. Mervine Elizabeth B. Moak Courtney Leigh Mott Kyle D. Peterson Stephen F. Risley Amber Owens Robertson Stephen D. Spainhour Lynn Dietrich Swiger Heather Bishop Troupe Maura Elise Weber Grace Marie Weil
Class of 2012 – 17%
Red and Black Society Member R. Scott Evans Loyalty Club Daniel L. Henke, Jr. Slate Club Sharwil Aisha-Joi Bell Lindsey Louise Beste Mary Catherine Bowden Anna Marie Clark Laurie Elizabeth Clotworthy Caitlin M. Dempsey Alin I. Florea Amanda Grace Harris Madeline Ann Patterson Smith LaKevia Rosha Perry Adam L. Rivkin Eloise Huttig Schlafly Stephen D. Sexton Edward R. Smith H. Elizabeth Morrison Warren
Kristin Wilkinson Wescott Donor Amy Lea Aughinbaugh William A. Bowron, III Victoria Marie Bundy Nicholas S. Carlson Ryan A. Costello Carson Suzanne Duffy Mary Frances Dunlap Martha Ree Falls Andrew R. Grissom Jaime Marie Hopkins Marion J. Keith Kristin Leigh Knopf Ana Melissa Kuhlmann Marie Rudolf Kyle Natalie Rose Malouf Anthony L. Maples, II Andrew L. McGeoch Sheerin Mehdian Sterling E. Miller Carlita Deloris Mitchner Elizabeth Marie Monda Kelly Haines Parry Andrea Marie Perkins Allen C. Reed Anna Claire Reilly Catherine E. Rickenbacker J. Dylan Sandifer Tyler W. Springs Rachel Michele Stowe Anne E. Stuckslager H. Elizabeth Tomlinson Joan C. Williams Kellianne M. Zomer One Anonymous Donor
Class of 2013 – 13%
Tower Club Nicholas A. Brydon Loyalty Club Beth Ann McCloskey Jones Jonathon M. Jones Slate Club Wenbin Du Molly Allison Glaser Margaret Carlisle Link Sarah E. Stuart Xiao Wang Donor Robin E. Abernathy Morgan Hanna Adams Mary Margaret Barbara Ann Barber Julie Marie Borden Robert F. Cook Kelsie Elizabeth Cox Elizabeth M. Doolin Tanner K. Evins D. Megan Hays-Barzizza Paul J. Hubbell IV L. Mathew Jehl Melanie A. Lilienstern W. Alex McGriff William G. Mischke Ngoc-Tran Thi Nguyen
Jordan D. Perchik Ian E. Preston Juan A. Roncal Barrett J. Roudabush Daniel P. Scharmer J. Katherine Stewart Darren L. Thomas II Rebecca E. Thompson Staley Jeanette Tomforde Walter T. Williams Trevor I. Wylie Charles H. Yarn Elizabeth Lloyd Zuelke
Class of 2014 – 16%
Tower Club Jessica Diane Brown Patrick T. Harris Slate Club Stanton M. Brown Devin R. Cochrane Lydia Catherine Holmes Helen Elizabeth Huettner Demitri E. Jerow Andrew C. Link Kendra Ann Lyons Elizabeth Ashley Medved One Anonymous Donor Donor Donya Mehri Ahmadian Ellen Legier Alpaugh Ambria Iman Hope Arnold Whitney Grace Baskin Catherine Garrett Boone Joel A. Brown-Christenson A. Tyler Compton Paul R. Domer D. Alex Eblen Caroline Claire Elbaum Kunzan Fatima Klaus R. Garcia-Robles JaCee Alyssa Greenwell Zachary P. Hart Annabeth Heglar Hayes Joslyn Bethany Hebda Samuel K. Jacus Eden Alexandra Johnson Kelly Kristen Johnson Stephen E. Leavelle Robert M. Lenzini, Jr. S. Michel LeRoy Georgia Alethia Loftis John L. Malanchuk II Stefan J. McCarty Nellie Raissa Moualeu Katherine Black Ogden Rebecca Elizabeth Olivarez Sarah Woodward Parkerson L. Anthony Perez Anna Osborn Ranson Rachel Kathleen Sanders Aron E. Siegelson Lauren Avant Sumski Joseph N. Thibeault Cicely May Upham Kevin E. Wang
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Matthew J. Washnock Micah J. Wasserman William C. Whipple Blake A. Wren Okoye J. Yates Two Anonymous Donors
Class of 2015 – 14%
Red and Black Society Member Chad G. Bohls Mark B. Lainoff Andrew D. Tait Hannah Asbell Tait Slate Club Aaron K. Banks Taryn Elaine Burgess Richard J. Collins Donor Harrison H. Adams Mackenzie Tumer Alexander Jessica Allie Baker Collin M. Beach Conner L. Bradley Ailsa Madeleine Bryce Perri Joy Carroll Katherine Mae Casadaban Priscilla Jinkyung Choi Shelley Claire Choudhury Sarah Katherine Cole Monica Elizabeth Costello L. Emily Cowie Katelyn Brooke Dagen J. Winston Decker Autumn Chante Demonbreun Austin Dixon Laura L. Dorris Michael J. Edel Sierra Mullen Gaffney Mariah Anne Giblin Monique Elizabeth Hagler Nicole Marie Huguley Abbey Elisabeth Judd Alvaz Kaukab Sarah McKenzie Koehler Micah Alayna Leonard Adele Victoria Malpert Samuel K. Mattson Margaret Ann May Mollie Hunt Newbern Ryan P. Niedermair Joshua J. Olejnik Elena Rose Mosby Caroline Elizabeth Ponseti William H. Posey, IV Halle Hicks Priester Katherine Michelle Robinson Brendan P. Rogan Lucy Meredith Rosenbloom Elizabeth Sara Ross Devon Lee Shiland James G. Simpson P. Luke Spinolo Rhianna May Taylor Cameron R. Thurston
Elizabeth N. Walker W. Cody Yearwood Tyler L. Young One Anonymous Donor
Class of 2016 – 15%
Slate Club Meg Bronwen Healy Connor G. Jerow Adil A. Khan John P. McCleskey Natasha Stefanie Main DeSonya Denise Tyms Donor Regan Claire Adolph Ellery Read Ammons Rebekah Barr Sarah Layne Baumann Josiah D. Bill, Jr. Brittany Anne Bodine Alexandra Taylor Boss Paul R. Brandt Isabelle Katarine Bruner Abigail Anne Carlson Yoonkeong Chi Jonathan W. Coleman Sophia Victoria Costa Alexandra Epps de Witt Judith Jaya Denham Mariam Carol Ebeid Suehad Oussama Eltayech Addie Kathryn Fargason Anna Myriam-Victoria Fiallo Alexandra Esther Friedman Rebecca Elizabeth Hampton Pearlissa Sarah-Louise Harris Rachel E. Harris Jacob T. Hartline Anne Eileen Hohlt John C. Hooper, III Matthew K. Jackoski Frances Ann James Garrett H. Johnson Carly Elyse Jonakin Liana Kahn Patrick H. Knight Julio A. Lima Hooven Cecile Marie Lonjaret Charles T. Mansour, Jr. Jacqueline Irene Marsh Sophia Mason Mallory Ann Morris Molly Anne Mugford Theodore R. Nollert Treston K. Norphlet Ying Xin Ouyang Blakeley Michele Ramirez Caroline Withnell Reed Hayley Grace Rosenfield William R. Ruppert Andrew K. Salamunovich Matthew T. Schwartz Sydney Nicole Sepulveda Marguerite Reid Spiotta Carolyn Mavis Starks Isabel Curran Steen
Elizabeth Anne Wayda L. Chi Whitley Eric F. Wong Kelsey Elizabeth Young Two Anonymous Donors
Class of 2017 – 9%
Red and Black Society Senior Dennis R. Riddle, III Slate Club Allie Grace Johnson Matthew J. Koch Donor Kerry Lynette Anderson Georgia Marie Harris Jeana Elaine Brickner R. Malcom Charles, III Elizabeth T. Choy Samuel M. Clark Liam P. Coyle Laura Elise Dew McKenzie Elizabeth Drake Grant R. Ebbesmeyer Sheldon C. Ebron, Jr. Samantha D. Fetzer Olivia Lee Gacka Daniel P. Galvin Nico S. Gentile Stuart H. Hines Rosalind A. KennyBirch B. Brooks Lamb Andrew J. Lowrie Xavier A. May Taylor Alesce Morris Isabella Marie Nugent Arden Noel Smith Nathan W. Smith Derrick D. Walker Jolie-Grace Wareham W. Tat Whitley Anania G. Woldetensaye Hailey Nicole Woods Four Anonymous Donors
CLASS OF 2018 – 8%
Loyalty Club Samantha Marie Quayle Slate Club Alisa Page Redding Yi Song Donor Britney Lauren Barthol Alexandra H. Bartlett Dominik J. Booth Mattie McGill Boyd Katherine M. Brewster Raven Chanel Burks Bridget Kathleen Costello Haley Ann Cremerius Kennedy Chandler Dalton J. McConnell Farley, III Katherine A. Gleason Olivia Anne Holmes Sarah Talena Johnson Chandler Belle Joiner Jesse C. Kirtchuk
Shuting Li Jesse J. Linkhorn Christopher C. Meadows Thomas A. Mitchell Victoria Leigh Norris Sarah Aron Ryan Michael F. Shearburn Dulcie Rose Trottier C. Taylor Wiggs
Class of 2019 – 9%
Red and Black Society Senior Thomas W. Fowler Anoushka Suzy Mullasseril Donor Zachary T. Abdo James S. Beckman Lane Beatrice Brandt Adam M. Brinson Matthew E. Busbice William P. Clinton Alexander E. Coughlin Natalia Emily Silkowski Dobrowolski Caroline Jean Drury Devin Jo Dunkley Emily Elizabeth Forehand Anne Pasini Healy Katherine Felisa Imperial Seabelo C. John Brandon A. Johnson Rainer Katherine Jones Zaria D. Jones Alexander L. Kezar Amanda Beaumont Lane Sarah Grace Link Connor A. Marshall Jamarr O. McCain Tanner J. McDaniel Bailey Danielle Myers Emma Katharine O’Donnell Iain R. Parks Madison Caroline Perchik Merit Rae Pinker Ryan L. Rosenkrantz Matthew D. Smith Christian R. Stankovic Robert J. Stodola Sarah Kate Tanchuck Avery Christler Toliver Benjamin G. Tracy Chandler P. Vaught Marie E. Vencil Austin E. Wall Seven Anonymous Donors
Class of 2020
Donor Sierra Sumiko Doi Scotland Rose Kemper
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Rhodes appreciates the generosity of its faculty, staff, and retirees and their spouses who made unrestricted gifts to the college this year. Diehl Society Patron John P. Wade Lawrence Hass Marjorie Hass Lola Harrison Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Robert R. Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Carole Pearson Troutt William E. Troutt Jenna Goodloe Wade Russell T. Wigginton, Jr. ’88 Red and Black Society Senior Cary G. Rotter P’18 Red and Black Society Member Michael T. Clary ’77, P’01, P’04 Nancy E. Clary P’01, P’04 Melody Hokanson Richey Warren A. Richey Dean’s Society Brian E. Foshee P’16 Lauren Foshee P’16 Michael A. Palazzolo ’86 Tracy Vezina Patterson ’84, P’22 Justin T. Starling ’02 Megan Andrews Starling ’02 J. Carey Thompson Donald W. Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Sybil Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Cloister Society Cindy Boone P’00 J. Allen Boone, Jr. ’71, P’00 Stanley Broadway Kerry A. Connors Elizabeth Gay Daughdrill P’77, P’79, P’90 Bette Stephens Green ’63, P’85, P’92, GP’19 William. T. Green P’85, P’92, GP’19 Richard F. Huddleston ’84 Sarah Lebovitz Dina Moreland P’16, P’20 Milton C. Moreland P’16, P’20 Roberto de la Salud Bea Eric T. Sefton ’02 Lauren Blalock Sefton ’03 Joel K. Tracy P’19 Sandra George Tracy P’19 Sherry Lynn Turner ’84
Tower Club DeAnna Smith Adams ’01 Mary Allie McColgan Baldwin ’61, P’89, P’93 Julie A. Dean P’17 Matthew V. Dean P’17 Michael R. Drompp Jerry Sanders James B. Duncan III P’22 Marie Murff Duncan P’22 Tiffany M. Ford ’95 Mark Pomerantz John E. Gorgia Sue Dunn Hall ’69, P’92, P’02 Marissa Brewer Henley ’98 John C. Kaltner Shantih Geary Smythe ’92 Nichole E. Soule’ ’93 Andrew D. Nix ’91 Douglas K. Southard ’75 Paige Walker Southard ’74 Sara Sparr Taylor ’46, P’68, P’71, P’74 ^ Richard T. Trenthem, Jr. ’92 Wendy Lawing Trenthem ’93 Susan K. Van Dyck ’71 James W. Newcomb Two Anonymous Donors Loyalty Club Julia Wellford Allen ’47, P’76, GP’16 J. Barron Boyd, Jr. ’71 Carol Anne DeForest ’71 Roy Harold Chockley, Jr. Stephanie L. Chockley ’95 Meredith E. Davis Sarah Rowe Hasty Brent K. Hoffmeister Ann M. Viano Darrell Larkins Michelle Marie Mattson P’15 Matthias Kaelberer P’15 Martha Ann McGeachy ’88 Joel P. Cook ’89 Mary E. Miller Anne Davey Morrell Kenneth S. Morrell Jeffrey S. Norris Jade Opper Planchon ’05 John M. Planchon, Jr. ’02 Leigh Allison Powell Brian W. Shaffer Rachel B. Markovitz ’19 Claire Revels Shapiro
Amanda Grebe Tamburrino ’98 Patrick M. Tamburrino R. Elizabeth Thomas Lori Von Bokel-Amin Douglas Walker J. Kyle Webb ’91 Dane G. Wendell ’06 Krysten Ivy Wendell ’04 Jessi Wilson ’08 Daniel Keith Wood P’14 Eileen Ruffin Wood ’89, P’14 Elizabeth Sharpe Zanca ’09 Peter F. Zanca ’10 Slate Club Larry Ahokas Thomas H. Barr P’15 John B. Bass III John A. Bennett P’15, P’19 Kimberly S. Bennett P’15, P’19 Carole Choate Blankenship ’85 Kimberly Brien Melissa R. Campbell Jackie Carney J. Knight Champion III ’86 James E. Church P’04, P’09, P’11 Pamela H. Church P’04, P’09, P’11 Jeffrey Michael Cleanthes Daniel E. Cullen P’11 Susanna Bluhm CullenP’11 Harry K. Danziger Jeanne Danziger Anita Ann Davis ’90 Caitlin M. Dempsey ’12 Pamela M. Detrie Jennifer D. Bartlett-Prescott ’97 Alyson Foreman P’09 Caley Artis Foreman III P’09 Katie Elaine Frink ’08 P. Eric Henager ’89 Marci A. Hendrix ’07 H. Hadley Hury, Jr. ’71, P’93, GP’18 Marilyn Hury P’93, GP’18 Matthew J. Jabaily Rachel S. Jabaily Alan P. Jaslow Carolyn Renzulli Jaslow Carol Elaine Kelley Gary J. Lindquester Terri England Lindquester Darlene Margaret Loprete Timothy Herman Lucas Steven L. McKenzie P’01 Bernadette McNary-Zak Shelley Nicole Miller ’98 Nikki Moore Julie B. Morgan P’21 Michael D. Morgan P’21 Dhammika S. J. Muesse Mark W. Muesse Linda E. Nelson ’02, P’05 Michael C. Nelson P’05 Fred S. Norman Helen Watkins Norman Stacy S. Pennington ’94
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Larryn Peterson Judith Anne Pierce Herbert Lee Rhodes Jose’ C. Rodriguez Kevin J. Sackett Ray E. Scruggs Christopher Wayne Seaton Robert L. Shankman ’80 Martha Hunter Shepard ’66, P’97 Randall B. Shepard, Jr. ’64, P’97 Robert J. Strandburg James M. Vest Nancy Vest Kelly Pledger Weeks ’92 Beatrix A. Weil Benjamin B. Wescott Amy R. Wilson P’18 Donald Wilson P’18 Donor Robin E. Abernathy ’13 Jessica Lynn Anschutz ’00 Anne Sayle Anthony ’73 Lawrence K. Anthony Mimi Atkinson ’73, P’07 Bill Pendergrass III ’69, P’07 Jacqueline S. Baker Rachel N. Bauer Alberto del Pozo Martinez Gordon Bigelow Judith P. Haas Georgia Marie Harris ’17 Marshall Boswell Rebecca S. Finlayson James M. Bruce, IV ’11 Mauricio Lujan Cafiero Kerri G. Campbell ’02 Dionne Renee Chalmers Jacob L. Church ’04 Diane McCullough Clark ’62 E. Gabrielle D’Arcangelo Denise Harrell Keva L. Duckett ’01 Rachel M. Dunwell Brenda Armstrong Eckles P’00 Thom E. Eckles P’99, P’00 Patricia Sue Fetters Jana D. Files ’78 Wayne B. Flake Olivia Lee Gacka ’17 Jesse J. Garner Andrew Bates Gibson, III Alicia Golston Jeff R. Goode Eric I. Gottlieb P’22 Rebecca Terrell P’22 Patrick Gray Andrew R. Grissom ’12 Erin Rene Hillis
Kendra G. Hotz Kristen H. Hunt Loretta Jackson-Hayes Joseph N. Jansen Amy E. Risley Kelsey J. C. Jon Stephan Lance Kimbrell Phillip B. Kirlin Susan M. Kus Ira J. Lawson Alison Chambers Lifsey Elizabeth H. Love Leslie K. Malone Sidney P. Malone Tyler W. McLain Aretha R. Milligan Elizabeth B. Moak ’11 Taylor Alesce Morris ’17 Nellie Raissa Moualeu ’14 Thomas F. NeSmith Tina L. NeSmith Richard H. Nollan Valeria Z. Nollan Taylor D. Orlando Bobby E. Parson Margaret Harris Plunket Phillip Carl Ragain ’02 Jessica N. Rodriguez J. Dylan Sandifer ’12 Sherry Ann Sasson ’08 R. Bradford Shelton ’90 Willie Frank Sims Lydia Henegar Spencer ’87 Bama Mae Strickland P’09 Lauren Avant Sumski ’14 Peggy Ross Templeton ’56, GP’23 Joseph N. Thibeault ’14 Edward A. Trouy Nicholas L. Wallace Catherine E. Welsh Caroline King Willson ’06 William M. Willson ’06 Elizabeth A. Wirls Stephen H. Wirls Hailey Nicole Woods ’17 Mikayla Q. Woodward Four Anonymous Donors
Individual Donors Rhodes appreciates the generosity of friends who made unrestricted gifts to the college this year. Diehl Society Fellow Rebecca Webb Wilson Spence L. Wilson Diehl Society Benefactor Carolyn T. McAfee Diehl Society Sustainer Andi Hill Wilton D. Hill Diehl Society Patron Paul Berz Phyllis Berz J.W. Gibson Katherine Buckman Gibson Chris Sanders W. Reid Sanders Robert R. Waller Red and Black Society Member Jack R. Blair Kathleen D. Blair
Michael D. Rubenstein Jane G. Slatery Celia A. Walsh Cary Whitehead III Russell Whitehead Winston Wolfe Donor Jerry Benzl Jack V. Cowan Lawrence W. Gilbert, Jr. Judith Hammond Jenks E. McCrory Edward G. Moore David Porter Linda Rhea S. Herbert Rhea ^ Charlene Rone Charles C. Sadler David C. Saks Jeffrey D. Stone Corey O. Strong Verna H. Turner Dorothy Work
Dean’s Society Jack A. Belz Marilyn Belz Martha Fogelman Robert F. Fogelman Cloister Society Bruce E. Campbell, Jr. Judith Campbell Robert E. Loeb Mary McCallum McDonnell ^ Michael McDonnell Margaret Tanner Raymond L. Tanner Tower Club Terrye L. Parrish Slate Club Alina G. Albano Bonnie H. Barrilleaux James R. Barrilleaux Worthington Brown Marilyn R. Cheeseman Bruce Donahue E. Carson Herrington Michaell Hoit Sally Hoit Anne Keeney
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Memorials and Honoraria
The college received these gifts in memory of or in honor of the following people during the year.
Memorials Kara Nicole Bayless ’04 Jonathan D. Hulgan ’03 Megan Pollock Hulgan ’04 Jamie Hulett Zuccaro ’04 Harriette Mathewes Beeson ’57 Marcia Calmer Beard ’56 Fred K. Beeson ’57, P’87 Paula Richardson Bernstein ’54 Allan Bernstein
Ralph A. Carl ’75 Andrew S. Scott III ’75 Donald W. Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Sybil Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Harold M. Crosby ’65 S. Toof Brown, Jr. ’47 Suzanne Brown Sevgi Christina Curtis ’85 Judith Hammond
Charles W. Blake ’58 Elizabeth LeMaster Simpson ’58
E.C. Curtis Lola Harrison Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Robert R. Llewellyn P’99, P’02
Robert L. Booth, Jr. ’58 Elizabeth LeMaster Simpson ’58
Cory L. Dardenne ’10 Gerri E. Beuerle ’09
Jettie D. Bowen, Jr. ’58 Glenda B. Bowen
Martha Duncan Donald W. Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Sybil Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16
John H. Bryan, Jr. ’58 Elizabeth Gay Daughdrill P’77, P’79, P’90 Perry D. Dement ’83 Elizabeth LeMaster Simpson ’58 Duke E. Cain ’73 Andrew S. Scott III ’75 Thomas L. Clary John Barzizza Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Lee Seabrook Duncan ’73 Joe Cleveland Joseph J. Nash ’81 Samuel F. Cole, Jr. ’58 Elizabeth LeMaster Simpson ’58 Mary Latta Whiteaker ’58 P.W. Whiteaker ’58 George W. Crabb ’60 John A. Daniel ’60 Marilyn Stewart Daniel ’62 John H. Crabtree, Jr. ’57 Jenks E. McCrory Elizabeth Etter Thomas ’57 Marshall H. Crenshaw ’78 William M. Byrd, Jr. ’78 Carolyn Crenshaw Carl’79
Robert B. Everett ’59 Virginia W. Everett Paul Scott Felner ’85 P. Livingston Brien ’85, P’23 Robyn A. S. Brien P’23 W. Maynard Fountain, Jr. ’47 Janet Fountain McRae ’81, P’16 Katharine Nelson Hagan ’88 Margaret Wood Atwood ’87 David L. Harlow Jack R. Blair Kathleen D. Blair
Lynda Lipscomb Wexler ’60, P’86
Lynda Lipscomb Wexler ’60, P’86
Marily Davis Hughes ’61 Worthington Brown Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Lee Seabrook Duncan ’73
Diana Mann Reid ’64 Challace Joe McMillin ’64 Mary Lou Quinn McMillin ’64
William J. Hughes ’54 Elizabeth Walker Hughes ’55 Robert W. Jarrett Amy Michelle Taylor ’95 Kathryn Hope Johnson ’16 Jessica Melby Marshall P. Jones ’59 Fred S. Norman Helen Watkins Norman Gayden Rasberry Jones ’59 Richard A. Park ’59 Dorothy Henning Kaylor ’56 James E. Aydelotte ’55 Paul Andrew Kidwell ’85 Nancy Kidwell Stephen M. Kidwell ’82 Lyn Melvin King ’62 Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Lee Seabrook Duncan ’73 David H. Likes Mark H. Brewer Mary Barrett Brewer ’82 Michael B. Lupfer ’59 Richard A. Park ’59 Elizabeth LeMaster Simpson ’58 Jane G. Slatery B. Denton McLellan ’58 Mary Latta Whiteaker ’58 P. W. Whiteaker ’58 Robert E. McRae ’82 Janet Fountain McRae ’81, P’16 William C. Nemitz ’50 Frank C. Baker, Jr. ’85
Lily Anne Beggs Rein ’48 Frances Crouch Perkins ’51, GP’07, GP’10, GP’12 John H. Rone ’71 Anne Sayle Anthony ’73 Lawrence K. Anthony James M. Bruce IV ’11 William M. Byrd, Jr. ’78 Marilyn R. Cheeseman Perry D. Dement ’83 Sylvia Friedman Elsner ’71 Anna Gallaher Farris Lola Harrison Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Robert R. Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Steven L. McKenzie P’01 Linda Rhea Charlene Rone David H. Sick Peggy Ross Templeton ’56, GP’23 F. Grant Whittle ’90 J. Michael Storey ’70 Elaine VanAuken Atkinson ’72, P’97, P’00, P’08 John T. Atkinson ’70, P’97, P’00, P’08 Susan Hunter Suggs ’63, P’95 Michael D. Rubenstein Loyd C. Templeton, Jr. ’56 Edward G. Moore James A. Thomas III ’62 Ernest G. Kelly, Jr. P’95 Patricia C. Kelly P’95 Halle Mitchell Walker ’99 Melanie Sigler Butler ’99 Mary Rodriguez Wardrop ’55 James E. Aydelotte ’55 John M. Whittaker, Jr. Charles T. Ellingsworth ’97
Stephen B. Hatcher ’78 William M. Byrd, Jr. ’78
Lina Prabhakar Parikh ’93 Salil P. Parikh ’89
Edward C. Hermann ’42 Patty Hermann Robert C. Hermann ’73
Scott D. Patterson ’85 P. Livingston Brien ’85, P’23 Robyn A. S. Brien P’23
Katherine M. Hermann Patty Hermann Robert C. Hermann ’73
Gertrude Walker Pearson ’64 Challace Joe McMillin ’64 Mary Lou Quinn McMillin ’64
Jack W. Hoelscher ’60 Lewis P. Wexler P’86
H. Jerry Peters ’60 Lewis P. Wexler P’86
Christopher J. Abbott ’19 J. Jordan Abbott ’88, P’19
James C. Williamson ’50 Verna H. Turner Brendan M. Worst ’12 Burton M. Marshall GP’12 Joni F. Marshall GP’12
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FALL2019 Megan Dalrymple Abbott ’89, P’19 Andrew J. Almasy ’19 Barbara E. Almasy GP’19 Katherine Grace Barkley ’19 James H. Barkley P’19 Jan Downton Barkley P’19
P’92, P’94 Dameron Black IV Nancy Cotham Black ’94 Benjamin W. Crane ’19 Paul T. Crane P’19 Rachelle Weiss Crane P’19 James H. Daughdrill, Jr. Elizabeth Gay Daughdrill P’77, P’79, P’90 Fred S. Norman Helen Watkins Norman
Olivia M. Bates ’19 Robert M. Bates GP’19 Ann Jappe Bjorklund ’60 Alyce Jappe Burr ’64, P’96
Matthew V. Dean P’17 H. Lane Young III ’02 Caroline Ashton Doherty ’19 Philip Doherty GP’19 Marly Thomas GP’19
Katherine Colette Bolyard ’19 Bruce A. Bolyard P’19 P.K. Scheerle P’19
Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Robert G. McEniry C. Thomas Whitman
Grace L. Booth ’19 John A. Booth P’19 Lauren McKinley Boots ’19 Kelly Boots P’19
Lee Seabrook Duncan ’73 Robert G. McEniry C. Thomas Whitman
Sophia Gabriele Bradford ’19 Cheryl Bradford P’19 Robert Bradford P’19 Mauricio Lujan Cafiero Joel Perchik P’13, P’19 Pamela Perchik P’13, P’19
James G. Finley ’62 Anne Gray Finley P’99, P’01 Mack T. Finley P’99, P’01
Camille Caples Frank C. Baker, Jr. ’85
Mary Lou Carwile Finley ’64 Anne Gray Finley P’99, P’01 Mack T. Finley P’99, P’01
Isabel E. W. Celata ’19 Corinne E Celata GP’19 Michael A. Celata P’19 Cynthia L. Warren P’19
Mack T. Finley P’99, P’01 Tillman J. Finley ’99 Jaclyn Moyer
Julia Anne Charbonnet ’19 Michael T. Charbonnet P’19 Shirley Gooch Charbonnet P’19
Liliana P. Flores ’19 Michael I. Flores P’19 Sarah Ann Turano-Flores P’19 Jack W. Gallop ’19 Katherine Burchfield GP’19
Michael T. Clary ’77, P’01, P’04 Robert G. McEniry E. Ralph Cotham IV P’84, P’92, P’94 Dameron Black IV Nancy Cotham Black ’94 Mary Frances Buxton Cotham ’62, P’84,
Kara Babin Gee ’89 Lucy Cooper Oglesby ’89 W. Ellis Oglesby ’89 Andrew C. Given ’19 Brent R. Given P’19 Christine Carol Given P’19
Emma Louise Goff ’19 Gary R. Dobson GP’19 Mary Louise Dobson GP’19 Caroline Ellis Good ’19 Jean E. Minmier GP’19 Jenna Goodloe Wade Elizabeth Lockerman Rooney Peter A. Rooney ’84 Marjorie Hass Jocelyn Dan Wurzburg ’62 James B. Hayes ’19 Anne Elizabeth Hayes GP’19 Jerald B. Hayes GP’19 Raymond S. Hill David A. Cotton ’67 Kendra G. Hotz Robert R. Waller Connor N. Hurley ’19 James P. Hurley P’19 Kelly Ferrell Hurley P’19 Elizabeth Sheppard Hurley ’84 Elizabeth S. Sheppard P’84, GP’21 Katherine Felisa Imperial ’19 Arturo Imperial GP’19 Nina Imperial GP’19 Paula Shapiro Jacobson Donald J. Lineback P’07 Judith Ward Lineback P’07 Brady F. John ’19 Eric John P’19 Julie John P’19
John C. Kaltner Michael J. LaRosa Lisa A. Krupicka ’83 Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Lee Seabrook Duncan ’73 Nikolay V. Kryukov Frank C. Baker, Jr. ’85 Walker S. Laird ’18 Taylor Laird P’19, P’22 D. Griffin Laird ’22 Taylor Laird P’19, P’22 David M. Laird P’19, P’22 Ann A. Uhlhorn GP’18, GP’22 Walker S. Uhlhorn, Jr. GP’18, GP’22 Walker S. Laird ’18 David M. Laird P’19, P’22 Ann A. Uhlhorn GP’18, GP’22 Walker S. Uhlhorn, Jr. GP’18, GP’22 Anne Maynard Large ’67, P’03 Jonathan Maynard Large ’03 Darby T. Larson ’19 Gregg A. Larson P’19 Joni Jane Larson P’19 Jeffrey W. Lee, Jr. ’19 Jeffrey W. Lee, Sr. P’19 Margaret Eikner Lee ’87, P’19 Anna Claire Levesque ’19 James E. Turner ’56, GP’14, GP’19 Kay W. Turner GP’14, GP’19
Bailey Elizabeth Jones ’16 Darryl B. Jones P’10, P’16 Jodi H. Jones P’10, P’16
Emily Kathleen Lichtenberger ’17 Arthur W. Lichtenberger P’17 Elisabeth Hunter Sloan P’17
Brian A. Jones ’10 Darryl B. Jones P’10, P’16 Jodi H. Jones P’10, P’16
Shira Malkin P’07 Paul Berz Phyllis Berz
David J. Jones ’19 Jeffrey G. Jones P’19
Brianna Rose Maniscalco ’19 Lisa Marie Maniscalco P’19
Jonathan Judaken Paul Berz Phyllis Berz
Ian V. McConnell ’19 William J. McConnell GP’19 Erika Theresa McCormick ’19 Catherine McCormick P’19, P’21 B. Denton McLellan ’58 Lola Harrison Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Robert R. Llewellyn P’99, P’02 Isabelle Meredith Mikell ’19 I. Jenkins Mikell III P’19 Julia M. Mikell P’19 Mary Jo Miller Edward A. de Villafranca ’83 Ryal Morgan Mitchell ’19 Jennifer Lynn Mitchell P’19 Mark A. Mitchell P’19 Marjorie Lee Moran ’19 Harriet Moran GP’19 E. Linhart Moses ’02 John S. Moses P’02 Marilyn Linhart Moses P’02 Brealan Muniz Christopher J. Muniz P’19 Tuyet Kim Pham P’19 Jennifer Elizabeth Neil ’19 F. James Neil, Jr. P’19 Jean M. Neil P’19 Emily Nilsen ’19 Gina Barath Nilsen P’19 Robert A. Nilsen P’19 Alexander P. Nollan ’15 Richard H. Nollan Valeria Z. Nollan Diana Adair Parsley Allison Zweiner Parsley P’19 Daniel S. Parsley P’19 Kourtney Marie Patton ’19 George T. Patton P’19 Jacqueline Ann Patton P’19
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Madison Caroline Perchik ’19 Carole Gloria Perchik GP’19 Herman L. Perchik GP’19 Brody Peters ’19 Gregory A. Peters ’82, P’19 Tess Peters P’19 Merit Rae Pinker ’19 Ann Thompson Ian C. Rappe ’22 Janet E. Rappe GP’22 John C. Rappe GP’22 Elizabeth Sheridan Richardson ’19 Ann Winingear Richardson P’19 Edward J. Richardson P’19 Lauren Lorraine Roberts ’20 Phyillis L. Brawley GP’20 David M. Roos ’22 Barbara J. Roos GP’22 David I. Roos, Jr. GP’22 Lauren Bradley Rowland ’19 Angela Joanne Rowland GP’19 Daniel J. Saharovich ’19 Alex Saharovich P’19 Debra Saharovich P’19
Margaret Pope Smith ’19 Brooks York Smith P’19 Trevor K. Smith P’19 Elizabeth Ray Sommerkamp ’19 Kenneth P. Sommerkamp, Sr. GP’19 Susan S. Sommerkamp GP’19 Lillie Jo Stephens ’19 E. Carson Herrington Julianna Catherine Szuwalski ’19 Angela Lee Fontana P’19 Andre M. Szuwalski P’19 Marty Thomas Edward A. de Villafranca ’83 Donald W. Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 James M. Vest Nancy Vest Zachary J. Wall ’19 Ann Summers Taylor P’19 John J. Wall P’19 Robert R. Waller Larry F. Ferrere II Anthony A. Walsh III ’09 Celia A. Walsh
Warren N. Sams IV ’19 Lucille P. Lamberti GP’19
Catherine C. Walsh ’04 Celia A. Walsh
Amy Rachel Schulz ’19 Carol Lynn Anderson P’19 Daniel D. Schulz P’19
E. Abbot Walsh ’07 Celia A. Walsh
Robert L. Shankman ’80 Kris D. McGee P’18 Richard K. McGee P’18 William M. Short ’71 Donald W. Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 Sybil Tucker P’80, P’84, GP’13, GP’16 F. Grant Whittle ’90
Sue Ellen Pharis Watson ’70 John R. Pharis ’67 Brannin P. Webber ’19 Dorris Wells Webber GP’19 Russell T. Wigginton, Jr. ’88 Claire Chambers Hegarty ’01 Matt Hegarty
David H. Sick Mackenzie S. Zalin ’09
Patrick L. Wilkerson ’19 Cullen C. Wilkerson P’19 Susan Payor Wilkerson P’19
Megan Simons ’19 Jeffrey R. Simons GP’19 Lois R. Simons GP’19
George W. Winfrey ’19 Leslie Lewis Winfrey P’19 Timothy J. Winfrey P’19
William M. Skoog Irene M. Labombarde P’17 Peter M. Labombarde P’17
Steven E. Yowan ’18 Cynthia G. Yowan P’18 David L. Yowan P’18
Rhodes College Alumni Volunteers 2018-19 We are grateful to have many members of the Rhodes community contributing their time and talents to the college, in addition to their financial gifts. Alumni Association Executive Board William B. Townsend ’84 – President Christina Weir Krueger ’85 – Vice-President/PresidentElect Joshua D. Solomon ’00 – Secretary Sam J. Albritton III ’82 Douglas B. Bacon ’93 Susan Lynn Beaird ’65, P’87, P’92, GP’19 James S. Beckman ’19 Andrea E. Bell ’09 P. Livingston Brien ’85 Maddie Ruth Callis ’10 Alper M. Cetingok ’97 Chirag Dinesh Chauhan ’98 Eric R. Dailey ’11 Jennifer N. Dill ’04 Kristen Taylor Duncan ’96 Daniel B. Hatzenbuehler ’71 Ross W. Hilliard ’07 Robin M. Kelly ’89 James R. Kingman ’09 Angela Gailey Laster ’92 Samuel P. McEnery ’03 Joanna Katrina McIntosh ’84 Robert A. McLean ’65 Vivian G. Dellinger McWilliams ’73, P’08 Tracy Vezina Patterson ’84, P’22 Melinda C. Phillips ’03 Matthew M. Rigdon ’02 Susan O. Stribling ’86 Michael L. Thompson ’00 Andrew W. Watts ’85 Admission Callers Morgan Hanna Adams ’13 Regan Claire Adolph ’16 Ozakh Jehan Ahmed ’17 David Anderson ’13 Amy Lea Aughinbaugh ’12
Stephanie Boone Aughinbaugh ’09 Aubrey Morgan Blackstock ’17 Margaret H. Bradley ’18 Samuel M. Clark ’17 Katrina Ann Cymerman ’18 Eric P. Decker ’17 Caitlin M. Dempsey ’12 Addie Kathryn Fargason ’16 Mariah Anne Giblin ’15 Katharine V. Goebel ’17 Kelsey Dean Griffith ’09 Rachel E. Harris ’16 Hannah Miller Henderson ’17 Helen Louise Hope ’18 Kelly Kristen Johnson ’14 Sarah Ashley Johnson ’15 James R. Kingman ’09 Jesse J. Linkhorn ’18 Hugh Madison ’13 Jacqueline Irene Marsh ’16 Katherine Colleen McCoid ’13 Benjamin S. Morrell ’12 Camilla Brooke Morrison ’14 Mary Kate Mullen ’14 Victoria Leigh Norris ’18 Barry E. Rich ’18 Megan Elizabeth Richards ’15 Lucille E. Right ’17 Celine Laleh Shirooni ’15 Arden Noel Smith ’17 Breanna Robin Sommers ’17 Qianhui Sun ’18 Andrew D. Tait ’15 Jolie-Grace Wareham ’17 Kelly Ann Posey Whelan ’14 Kathryn Marie White ’16 Claire White Weaver ’09 Haobo Yang ’17 Class Reporters Lorraine Rayburn Abernathy ’58, P’87 Nicki North Baxley ’00 Judith P. Brown ’94 Shannon Leigh Cian ’02 S. Brandon Couillard ’05 Brooke Glover Emery ’88
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FALL2019 Melinda Swords Fondren ’87 Betty Carol Johnston Germany ’55 Daniel Gilchrist IV ’63 Elizabeth Hubbard Gill ’71, P’02 Laurea Caroline Glusman McAllister ’97 Mary Katherine Minten Gray ’01 Kelsey Dean Griffith ’09 Samuel C. Highsmith ’67 Sara Jean Jackson ’59 Emily K. Jenkins ’10 Jennifer Judith Larson ’96 Sherri Godi Madden ’81 Sara Hawks Marecki ’92 Madoline Marie Markham ’08 Sammy Primm Marshall ’66 Leigh Powell Mayfield ’99 Mary Lou Quinn McMillin ’64 Mollie Briskman Montelaro ’07 Robert L. Morris II ’68, P’04 Linda C. Odom ’84 Anna Ruth Olswanger ’75 Kelly Haines Parry ’12 Caroline Elizabeth Ponseti ’15 Mary McQueen Porter ’65 Mary Crouch Rawson ’60 Ann Rollow Ross ’52 C. Kyle Russ ’04 Sarah Naomi Sears ’95 Mary Frances Files Silitch ’57 Mary Lee Soop ’78 Amanda Grebe Tamburrino ’98 Matthew J. Washnock ’14 Julia H. Weaver ’85 Grace Marie Weil ’11 Roderick T. White, Jr. ’90 Caroline King Willson ’06 Career Internship Providers Eric A. Aft ’88 Amy Lea Aughinbaugh ’12 Michelle B. Babcock ’98 Mary Margaret Barbara Ann Barber ’13 Kathryn Woodson Barr ’85, P’15 Derrick A. Barwick ’00 Sarah Layne Baumann ’16 Sharwil Aisha-Joi Bell ’12 Laureen Benafield P’22 Calvin D. Biggers, Jr. ’03 Brook Allyn Bissinger ’02 Angi Elsea Bourgeois ’94 Amy Elizabeth Bower ’11 Steven C. Brammer ’87 Dougal A. Cameron V ’09 Jeffrey D. Carron P’22 Kimberley Cordell Cherry ’84 E. Anne Buckthal ’11 Lori Anne Christion P’22 Thomas P. Chu ’80 Ramsey Clark ’79 Julia Ann Clardy P’19
Emily Elizabeth Clark ’15 Mark Constant P’22 Crista Loretta Crisler ’86 Kelly Crowe P’20 Jane Marie E. Curtis ’79 Brett M. Dagen ’10 Megan Benson Davis ’07 Rachel Thompson Davis ’08 Caitlin M. Dempsey ’12 Catherine Canon Dixon ’74 Nancy Carol Dorman ’80 David B. Dorris ’13 Suehad Oussama Eltayech ’16 Claiborne H. Ferguson ’92 Caryn L. Fine P’21 Sarah Elizabeth Finney ’09 Michael A. Flexsenhar ’06 Michael I. Flores P’19 Keturah Dunlap Foote ’10 Dean A. Galaro ’11 Juni S. Ganguli ’94 Daniela Garcia ’18 Christine McClatchey Gituku ’99 Guy D. Griffith P’20 Barrett L. Haga ’01 Lindsey Seifert Hammond ’04 Christopher R. Hanewald ’14 D. Bryant Haynes III ’85 Daniel L. Head ’04 Joslyn Bethany Hebda ’14 Michael B. Hein P’15, P’19 W. Brad Hensley ’12 Kara Hooper ’90 Kendyl Nicole Smith ’15 Martha Jo Hudspeth P’22 Megan Pollock Hulgan ’04 Maija Burns Jackson P’19 Michael C. James ’90 Carrie Osborne Johnston ’06 Jennifer Sara Jones P’22 Clinton L. Kelly ’90 Nicole M. Kennell P’21 W. Scott Kibler ’98 Elizabeth Greiner Kirby ’91 Wendy Hope Kowalik P’19 Marie Rudolf Kyle ’12 Peter H. LaMotte ’98 Elizabeth Johnston Lessner ’97 Andrew C. Link ’14 Curtis L. Lowery III ’10 Joel R. Lyons ’85 Ahad Mahootchi ’88 Robert L. Matthews ’12 Joanna Katrina McIntosh ’84 Paige L. Moody P’22 William L. Moseley ’58 Alison N. Goostree ’10 Melissa C. Motichek Mathews ’94 Rebecca Smith Nenon ’07 Samuel P. New ’04 Lori McCall Newcomb P’22 Andrew M. O’Brien ’05 Jonathan C. Pence ’01 Richard A. Picerno II ’93
Blake R. Piedrahita ’15 Laurene Cranford Randle ’98 Veena Rangaswami ’04 Ronald D. Register ’71 Peter Risman P’21 Anna Ivey Ritz ’06 Andrew R. Roads ’09 Laura M. Roberts P’21 Deborah Ann Rogers ’08 Tracy Young Roth ’87 Kaveh J. Salehy ’07 Charlie Scheel Sarah L. Schiller P’21 Rachel Lynn Schmelzer ’14 Howard M. Schramm III ’98 Samantha Jo Scott ’03 Stephanie Jean Shackelford ’98 R. Bradford Shelton ’90 James B. Shumard ’73 Suzanne Christiane Simpson P’22 Christopher M. Sippel ’98 Joshua D. Solomon ’00 Samuel D. Spofforth P’22 Kenneth D. Steorts ’88 Harry L. Swinney ’61 Andrew D. Tait ’15 Benjamin M. Tanner ’05 Elizabeth Hays Taylor ’98 Haley Law Trusler ’09 Sharon L. Ward P’21 Magdi Wassef P’21 Landon R. Webber ’14 Robert T. West ’05 Roger T. Worrell ’85 Frank D. Wright ’86, P’22 Haobo Yang ’17 Mark A. Zelden P’21 Black Alumni Connections 20/30/50 Reunion Weekend Volunteer Panelists Stanton M. Brown ’14 Lisa M. Hagan Webb ’05 Melanie Aleza Elliott Hillard ’92 Charles Wesley McKinney, Jr. Michael L. Thompson ’00 Russell T. Wigginton, Jr. ’88 20/30/50 Reunion Committee Volunteers Adele Kelli Bailey ’99 Julian T. Bolton ’71 Stanton M. Brown ’14 Constance Baugh Certion ’03 Kayla Simone Chevis ’19 D’Onshuv’e L. Coofer ’20 Jessica Linnette Cowan ’11 Lisa M. Hagan Webb ’05 Aubrey J. Howard ’72 Sydney Morgan Jones ’21 Angela Gailey Laster ’92 Jamarr O. McCain ’19 Herman Morris, Jr. ’73 MaKenzie LaCarol Mosby ’17 Darren L. Thomas II ’13
Michael L. Thompson ’00 Regina Franklin Thompson ’00 Homecoming/Reunion Volunteers 1964 Ann Clark Quinlen Harris Mary Lou Quinn McMillin Margaret Rowe Fancher 1969 C. Bradford Foster III P’98 Susan Hoefer Foster P ’98 Ann Marie Hudson Hanlon Kathie Maddux Larkin Mary Cole McCain Thomas P. Teasley Rebecca Wynn Weiler 1974 Mary Lynn Wells Bersey Frank G. Broyles Karen Hopper Clark Karen Lyles Pilkington G. Lawrence Rice 1979 John Chandler Michael A. Edwards Earle T. Harding Gary B. Minor Philip E. Mischke Caroline Passerotti Lady Ray Romano 1984 Anne Gaudet Beard Herbert W. Carlock III Elizabeth Sheppard Hurley Karen Thompson Manroe Elizabeth Martin Neithamer P’13 David R. Neithamer P’13 Linda C. Odom William B. Townsend Robert W. Wheeler 1989 Jody Casella P’19 Floy Wigal Cole Theodore R. Davis M. Jerome Franklin P’18, P’22 Kara Babin Gee 1994 Angi Elsea Bourgeois Brandy Rogers DeWeese Alli Lambert Anne Murrell Locke H. Benjamin Scott, Jr. P’21 1999 C. Alison Barnwell Matthew M. Beck Florence Stumb Chassaignac Henry P. Hilliard
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Emily Dodson Jarrett Matthew D. Marcotte Patricia Rouse Vargas 2004 Margaret Chambers Campbell Julie Allison Clary Lauren Lincks Ferrera Courtney Lundeen Harris Catherine C. Walsh Shelley Spring Williams R. Steven Wright 2009 A. Valisa Berber-Thayer Colin L. Cox Larry Hurd, Jr. Cordarius D. McLean Anthony C. Siracusa, III Teneice R. Stegall Claire White Weaver 2014 Kalen Victoria Axam Noor O. Eltayech-Mehio Lydia Catherine Holmes Katherine Black Ogden Jonathan C. Sokoll Landon R. Webber Annual Fund Volunteers Charles E. Diehl Society Elizabeth Roe Pearce ’91 – President Randall Rhea ’77 Red & Black Executive Committee Robert W. Jarrett, Jr. ’93 – Chair Mitchell A. Klink IX ’98 Amy Riddle McCollum ’97 David L. McCollum ’97
Alumni Awards for 2018-19
Parent Council Susan Logan Huffman ’83, P’19 – Co-Chair John R. Huffman P’19 – CoChair Walker S. Uhlhorn, Jr. GP ’19, GP ’22 – Grandparent CoChair Ann A. Uhlhorn, GP ’19, GP ’22 – Grandparent Co-Chair Katherine P. Barkley P’20 W. Ben Barkley P’20 Kristin D. Bilden P’20 Paul A. Bilden P’20 David M. Birka-White P’20 Elizabeth F. Birka-White P’20 James Breckenridge P’22 Nancy Breckenridge P’22 Cathy Cate P’20 Mark Cate P’20 Christy Ann Cisneros P’22 Leonardo Cisneros P’22 Lewis H. Daniel III P’20 Mary K. Day P’20 Birol Dindoruk P’19 Blair L. Edwards P’21 Daniel H. Edwards, Sr. P’21 James P. Farrell P’21 Julia C. Farrell P’21 Suzanne Mara Freid P’22 Linda S. Gutenberger P’20 Thomas C. Gutenberger P’20 Maija Burns Jackson P’19 Thomas C. Jackson P’19 Teri H. Kelley P’20 McNeil J. Kemmerly P’20 Sandra A. Kemmerly P’20 J. Scot Kirikpatrick P’20 Lisa A. Kirkpatrick P’20 Taylor Laird P’19, P’22 David M. Laird P’19, P’22 Anthony Laporte P’20 Elizabeth A. Magee P’19, P’22
The President’s Award for the largest class gift is presented to the Class of 1971 for its unrestricted Annual Fund gift of $168,096.
Kevin P. Magee P’19, P’22 Jeniffer M. Maloney P’21 Edward J. Migneco P’20 Mary K. Migneco P’20 Amy R. Morales P’22 Ricardo Morales P’22 Clifford E. Muller P’21 Courtney Muller P’21 Jean A. Nottingham P’21 Troy W. Nottingham P’21 J. Rock Palermo III P’20 S. Kim Palermo P’20 Tracy Vezina Patterson ’84, P’22 David W. Perlis ’90, P’19 Suzanne Gonce Perlis ’90, P’19 Aileen L. Pugh P’21 James G. Pugh P’21 Jeanette Cantine Rockefeller P’19 Parker B. Rockefeller P’19 David E. Roth P’22 Kathleen Hines Roth P’22 Alex Saharovich P’19 Debra Saharovich P’19 H. Benjamin Scott, Jr. ’94, P’21 Riddell Walcott Scott ’95, P’21 Farah Shah P’20 Theresa T. Smith P’16, P’19 Gregory W. Stocks P’20 Meliha D. Sumnu-Dindoruk P’19 Jane M. Walsh P’20 Paul V. Walsh P’20 Rebecca Waters P’19 Theodore C. Waters P’19 Janet Welsh P’19 Kevin Welsh P’19 Alan J. Yacoubian P’19 Carey Marie Yacoubian P’19
Meredith E. Davis New Alumni Council Andrew D. Tait ’15 – President Andrew P. Foss-Grant ’10 – Vice President Amy Elizabeth Bower ’11 – Secretary Morgan Hanna Adams ’13 James R. Artzer ’13 James S. Beckman ’19 Sharwil Aisha-Joi Bell ’12 Amy Elizabeth Bower ’11 Katelyn Brooke Dagen ’15 Grant R. Ebbesmeyer ’17 Addie Kathryn Fargason ’16 Andrew P. Foss-Grant ’10 Demitri E. Jerow ’14 Pamela E. Palmer ’10 Jonathan C. Sokoll ’14 Andrew D. Tait ’15 Kellianne M. Zomer ’12 Senior Gift Committee Ellen Catherine Kanavos ’19 – Chair
Campus Campaign Mauricio Lujan Cafiero
The Goodbar Morgan Award for the greatest increase in participation is presented to the Class of 1940 for their 50% increase in donors. The Golden Lynx Award for the largest gift from a class graduated 50 years or more is awarded to the Class of 1969 for its gift of $61,720. The Golden Lynx Award for the greatest alumni participation from a class graduated 50 years or more is presented to the Class of 1943 for achieving 100% participation in the Annual Fund. The Silver Lynx Award for the largest class gift from a class between the years 1970-2008 is presented to the Class of
1971 for its gift of $168,096. The Silver Lynx Award for the greatest alumni participation from a class between the years 1970-2008 is presented to the Class of 1971 for achieving 41% participation in the Annual Fund. The Young Alumni Award for the largest class gift among classes graduated 10 years or fewer is presented to the Class of 2009 for its gift of $15,101. The Young Alumni Award for the greatest alumni participation among classes graduated 10 years or fewer is presented to the Class of 2009 for achieving 25% participation.
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Rhodes College Board of Trustees 2018-19 Cary Fowler ’71, P’19, Chair Rhinebeck, New York Chair, Svalbard Global Seed Vault; Former Executive Director, Global Crop Diversity Trust
Deborah Legg Craddock ’80, P’12, Vice-Chair Memphis, Tennessee Vice President of Trading, Southeastern Asset Management Inc. Marjorie Hass, President (ex-officio) Memphis, Tennessee President, Rhodes College R. Davis Howe, Jr. ’83, Secretary Memphis, Tennessee Managing Director and CEO, Wolf River Capital LLC
Meri Armour P’16 Memphis, Tennessee President, Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital (retired) John J. Barker, Sr. P’16 New Canaan, Connecticut Managing Director, Neuberger Berman Stratton H. Bull, Jr. ’74 Natchez, Mississippi Attorney (retired), Phelps Dunbar Darrell T. Cobbins ’97 Memphis, Tennessee President and CEO, Universal Commercial Real Estate Rogers L. Crain P’12 Houston, Texas Attorney, R. Lacy Services, Ltd.
James R. Downing P’05 Memphis, Tennessee President and Chief Executive Officer, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Maria Farahani P’13 Austin, Texas Co-owner, Faracafe Coffee Company C. Kevin Garland ’90 Houston, Texas Partner, The Sterling Group Veronica Lawson Gunn ’91 Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin Vice President, Children’s Hospital and Health Daniel B. Hatzenbuehler ’71 Memphis, Tennessee Chairman and CEO, E. Ritter and Company Frances Clevenger Henkel ’79 Chicago, Illinois Managing Director, J.P. Morgan Wilton D. Hill Memphis, Tennessee Owner (retired), Davidson Hotel Company Elizabeth Sheppard Hurley ’84 Chicago, Illinois Chief Development Officer, Lyric Opera of Chicago Robert A. Jetmundsen ’77 Atlanta, Georgia Chairman, Worthscape, LLC
Ryan D. Mire ’93 Franklin, Tennessee Physician, St. Thomas Hospital Alison B. Moran P’19 Atlanta, Georgia Chief Executive Officer, RaceTrac Elizabeth Roe Pearce ’91 Atlanta, Georgia Associate Campaign Director, Coxe Curry and Associates Gregory A. Peters ’82, P’19 Austin, Texas President & CEO, Zilliant Inc. William C. Rhodes III P’18 Memphis, Tennessee President and CEO, AutoZone, Inc. Charles W. Robertson, Jr. ’65 Wilmington, Delaware Chief Technical Consultant and Founder (retired), NanoDrop Technologies, LLC Arthur W. Rollins ’81, P’13 Atlanta, Georgia Managing Director, Merrill Lynch Charlaine Harris Schulz ’73 Granbury, Texas Author Sandra Waller Shelton ’76 Evanston, Illinois KPMG Distinguished Professor of Accountancy and Director of Internal Auditing Program, DePaul University Robert R. Waller Memphis, Tennessee President Emeritus and CEO, The Mayo Clinic
Bruce E. Campbell, Jr. Memphis, Tennessee Chairman of the Executive Committee and Chairman Emeritus of the Board, National Commerce Bancorporation Kenneth F. Clark, Jr. Memphis, Tennessee Counsel, Wyatt, Tarrant & Combs J. Lester Crain, Jr. ’51 Memphis, Tennessee Private Investor W. Neely Mallory, Jr. Memphis, Tennessee President and Chief Executive Officer, The Mallory Group Inc.; Managing Partner, Mallory Farms; Chairman of EWR John B. Maxwell, Jr. ’57 Memphis, Tennessee Former Counsel, Apperson, Crump, Duzane and Maxwell
Joseph M. Duncan ’63 Memphis, Tennessee Partner, Burch, Porter and Johnson William E. Evans Memphis, Tennessee Endowed Chair in Pharmacogenomics, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Phillip H. McNeill, Sr. P’96 Memphis, Tennessee Chairman of the Board, Equity Inns, Inc.; President of McNeill Investment Co. Vicki Gilmore Palmer ’75 Atlanta, Georgia Executive VicePresident (retired), Coca-Cola Enterprises, Inc. Spence L. Wilson Memphis, Tennessee President, Kemmons Wilson, Inc.
Frank M. Mitchener, Jr. Sumner, Mississippi President, Mitchener Planting Company
Faculty-Elected Trustee Carole Blankenship ’85 Assistant Professor and Chair, Music
Elizabeth LeMaster Simpson ’58 Memphis, Tennessee
Tim Huebner Associate Professor, History
New Council of Emeriti Trustees
Katherine Kay White ’97 Associate Professor and Chair, Psychology
James H. Barton P’92 Memphis, Tennessee President and Treasurer, Barton Group, Inc. Robert H. Buckman Memphis, Tennessee Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors at Bulab Holdings, Inc. C.W. Butler III ’63 Memphis, Tennessee First Vice-President and Manager (retired) of the Commodity International Division, National Bank of Commerce, Memphis
James S. Beckman ’19 Murfreesboro, Tennessee Religious Studies/ Urban Studies Iain Parks ’19 Memphis, Tennessee Political Science Jeffrey Walters ’19 Flowood, Mississippi History
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“The experiences that I had at Rhodes, both inside and outside the classroom, have proven invaluable to me.” – Alan E. Curle ’82 MD A passion for the transformative power of the liberal arts and sciences inspired Dr. Alan E. Curle ’82 to establish a scholarship program that will enroll talented students and give them the opportunity to thrive in a challenging, inclusive, and community-centered learning environment. Dr. Curle, an anesthesiologist and medical professor at the University of Rochester, and his husband, Andrew S. London, PhD, share a commitment to education and the liberal arts. Dr. London is a professor and associate dean at Syracuse University. A true product of the liberal arts and sciences, Dr. Curle majored in biology at Rhodes and has made his career as a physician, but emphasizes his experiences in Rhodes Singers as some of the most formative moments of his college years. His desire to provide similar experiences for future students led him to make an estate commitment to establish the Alan E. Curle ’82 MD and Andrew S. London PhD Scholarship Program, which will provide endowed support for one student in each entering class at Rhodes. “The tools that were offered and honed to enhance learning during my time as a student set me on a trajectory that to this day brings me fulfillment and joy,” Dr. Curle explains. “It gives us great pleasure to know that our financial commitment to Rhodes will facilitate the offering of that exposure to students for years to come.” It is through the generosity of friends like Drs. Curle and London that Rhodes can continue to cultivate bright and passionate students who make an impact in the world.
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Alumni Convocation took place on November 16, 2019, during Homecoming/Reunion Weekend. The 2019 Black Student Association Distinguished Alumna Award was presented to Dr. Sherry L. Turner â&#x20AC;&#x2122;84. Dr. William Van Davidson â&#x20AC;&#x2122;62 received the 2019 Distinguished Alumnus Award.
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