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PRESIDENT’S REPORT 2013


Dear Alumni and Friends, Now, in my ninth year as president, the words of anthropologist Margaret Mead ring as true as ever when I think of our College, our history, and our future:

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

From our founding by abolitionists who believed in equality for all, to the women suffragettes and all our graduates who went on to lead change, and to our current students who are traveling throughout the world, Eureka’s tight-knit campus community has produced generations of ‘movers and shakers’ who exemplify Mead’s inspiring idealism. As you will read in this year’s report, never doubt how your support has provided the impetus for our successes, including: • achieving unprecedented successive years of financial health and vitality, • doubling our endowment, • building a campus for the 21ST century, • diversifying our students, faculty, and staff, • developing global opportunities for student learning, service and leadership, and • working together to achieve a shared strategic vision. Never doubt that each and every one of you has made a difference. By working together, we have transformed and created a brighter future for the College. Thank you for your support, Godspeed the future growth of Eureka, and God bless America. Yours ‘Neath the Elms,

President J. David Arnold, Ph.D.


FINANCIAL STRENGTH

6+3+133033264B CAPITAL INVESTMENTS

540,000 ENHANCED LIBRARY COLLECTIONS $

$ 900,000 BONATI FITNESS CENTER & RIGAZIO CONFERENCE ROOM

1,000,000 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IMPROVEMENTS $

400,000 SHENKMAN REAGAN RESEARCH CENTER $

260,000 BURGOO CAFÉ RENOVATIONS $

2,100,000 DICKINSON COMMONS RENOVATION $

500,000 VENNUM-BINKLEY SCIENCE HALL IMPROVEMENTS $

2007-2013

5,250,000 IVY HALL CONSTRUCTION $

15.7M TOTAL

$

50M

$

4,750,000 RESIDENCE HALL RENOVATIONS $

47.5

$

40M

$

34.0

$

30M

$

2013

28.0

$

ENDOWMENT GROWTH

27.7

$

2009 2005

20M

$

20.1

$

10M

$

2005

2007

2009

2011

19.3

$

16.2

$

9.9

$

2013

TOTAL ASSET GROWTH

10M

$

15M

$

$

20M


KAREN CURRAN, Class of 1995 and LISA WINKER, Class of 1987 — Chicago-area Admissions

The Eureka College Admissions team is casting a wider net to include active recruiting in the heavily populated and diverse group of schools in the Chicago area. By building relationships with the high school counselors, coaches, and students in the urban and suburban region, we can expose a greater audience to the exceptional Eureka College experience.

TOP 10 MAJORS

To accomplish this important new strategy, the team

— Business Administration

has expanded to include two full-time Admissions

— Criminal Justice/Sociology

Counselors dedicated to the Chicago region. As alums

— Elementary Education

familiar with life ‘Neath the Elms, Karen Curran and

— Kinesiology

Lisa Winker are the perfect recruiters to assist in further diversifying the EC student base.

— Biology — History and Political Science

Urban students need to experience the rich history

— Psychology

of the College, the safe quiet surroundings, the

— English

small-town feel, the friendships that will last a life-

— Communication

time and the ample opportunities to serve and lead.

— Special Education

“SOMETHING THAT NEVER CHANGES IS THE SPECIAL FEELING THAT YOU GET AT EUREKA, THAT YOU ARE A PART OF SOMETHING BIGGER. YOU HAVE ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE BOTH AS A STUDENT ON CAMPUS AND ONCE YOU GRADUATE AND EMBARK ON YOUR FUTURE. AS AN ALUM, I FEEL THAT I TRULY BELIEVE IN THE SCHOOL I AM REPRESENTING.” —

Karen Curran


OUR STUDENTS

FRESHMAN CLASS: There are 104

men and 145 women from the states of California,

Illinois, Indiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin and from the countries of Germany and Japan.

13:1 Student to Faculty Ratio 3.6 million in scholarships granted each year

$

100% of students receive institutional financial aid


NOLAN GIBSON, Senior

Study abroad at Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Nolan spent three months studying at Lingnan University in Hong Kong. Never having traveled internationally, he didn’t know what to expect. But the experience defied his imagination. Nolan’s trip to Hong Kong made him realize why he chose Eureka College: the small size, coupled with global opportunities. Since 2012, The Caterpillar Foundation has provided dedicated funding for

“I HAVE MADE IT A PRIORITY TO MAKE OTHER STUDENTS

Eureka College students to study abroad in China.

UNDERSTAND THE DOORS THIS EXPERIENCE HAS OPENED FOR ME.”

Eureka College has a formal exchange partnership with Lingnan University in Hong Kong.

CHRISTINE CHUN, Senior Summer mentorship in Uganda Christine’s summer was spent in rural Uganda working with a Christian-based non-profit organization called Juna Amagara Ministries. The translation of Juna Amagara is ‘save life,’ which perfectly defines its mission of providing over 500 orphans the hope for a better future. Christine is studying Elementary Education, Math, and Spanish and was able to directly apply the lessons she learned from both her academic and non-academic experiences at EC to her experience in Africa.

“AFTER LIVING WITH UGANDANS FOR THREE MONTHS IN REMOTE VILLAGES, THE MOST IMPORTANT THING I LEARNED WAS YOU ALWAYS HAVE ENOUGH TO SHARE WITH A PERSON IN NEED.”


CASEY SCHUMACHER, Class of 2013

Study abroad at Oxford University, United Kingdom Fall semester her senior year, Casey studied abroad at New College at Oxford

LAST

University. She completed two tutorials at

YEAR

New College, one in 18TH Century European History

ALONE,

and another in Reformation Theology. Casey also

Eureka College

completed her second Reagan Fellow mentorship

students

with Dr. Judith Wolfe at the Oxford C.S. Lewis

“DESPITE THE HEAVY WORK LOAD, I TOOK

Society. Casey was able to transcribe over 400 pag-

FULL ADVANTAGE OF MY TIME IN OXFORD.

es of personal letters, poems, and journal

I WORKED HARDER BOTH PHYSICALLY AND

learning outside

ACADEMICALLY IN OXFORD THAN I EVER

the classroom to

entries written by C.S. Lewis and other members of the famous Inklings group.

HAD BEFORE.”

21 COUNTRIES.

GLOBAL CLASSROOM DR. CODRIN NEDITA, — Assistant Professor of Economics Dr. Nedita grew up in Romania under communism when the population was living in a constant state of fear. As a teen during the collapse of the Berlin Wall and the accompanying socio-economic changes, Codrin became fascinated with understanding how economic conditions impact social change. After graduating with an economics degree from The Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, Codrin completed his doctoral work at UNC Chapel Hill. He has served on the EC faculty since 2010.

“ONE OF OUR MOST FAMOUS ALUMS WAS THE MAN ‘WHO PUSHED THE DOOR OPEN’ TO ALLOW ME, ALONG WITH MANY OTHERS, TO LEAVE THE GHOST OF COMMUNISM BEHIND AND BE WHERE I AM TODAY. RONALD REAGAN GRADUATED FROM EUREKA COLLEGE WITH A BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY, AND I HOPE THAT FUTURE GENERATIONS WILL UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF THESE DISCIPLINES AND FOLLOW IN HIS FOOTSTEPS.”

took their

— Dr. Nedita


MAKING OUR OWN HISTORY HELEN CLEAVER

ELLA STEWART

SUSAN B. ANTHONY SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR

Eureka College Faculty in 1856. 159 years later, the College remains committed to gender equity with a faculty of 43 men and 43 women.

From One Generation to the Next: Women in Leadership 1848 – WALNUT GROVE SEMINARY opened its doors as the first school in Illinois and the third in the nation to admit women on an equal basis as men

1870 – SUSAN B. ANTHONY visits campus, speaking in support of the constitutional amendment to grant suffrage to women

1890 – ELLA STEWART graduates and goes on to become a national leader in the women’s suffrage movement

1910 – EMMA SMITH DEVOE, former professor of music at Eureka, directed the campaign that won the right for women to vote in the state of Washington in 1910; she was inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame at Seneca Falls in 2000

1928 – HELEN CLEAVER graduates, continuing on to successful studies around the world and a career as foreign language faculty in higher education; Eureka College’s Distinguished Teaching Award is named in her honor

2013 – Supreme Court Justice SANDRA DAY O’CONNOR visits and speaks on campus

“I was a radical in my day, be thou the same thing.” — Ella Stewart, Founders Day address, 1912


ANNA (FREIDINGER) PALMER, Class of 2007, CEO, Fashion Project A political science major, Anna Palmer did not expect that her post-Eureka life would be positioned on the East Coast at the cusp of the fashion industry. However, the broad perspectives and personal empowerment she received at Eureka College led Anna on to complete her law degree from Harvard University, where she strengthened her entrepreneurial skills EMMA SMITH DEVOE

and went on to launch the premier fashion donation service in the industry. “At Eureka, when you have something that needs to be done, somebody has to learn that skill set – it’s just a matter of figuring it out. So I’ve learned all of the fashion industry in the last two years because the company needed me to. I was comfortable in doing that because of my time here at Eureka.” Servant leadership – a central tenet of the Eureka experience – has been a driving force for Anna in her unconventional career trajectory.

Learn more about Anna’s story...

“I AM CONTINUALLY SEEKING TO “LEAD BY EXAMPLE, SET THE DIRECTION FOR THE COMPANY, AND ALSO HAVE THE COMPASSION AND SERVICE-ORIENTED PERSPECTIVE THAT WILL MAKE US REALLY SUCCESSFUL. I AM MODELING MY LEADERSHIP OF FASHION PROJECT OFF THE VALUES I LEARNED HERE AT EUREKA COLLEGE.”

Link: http://www.eureka.edu/reagan/reagan-fellows

— Anna Palmer


“I FOLLOW THE ADVICE OF MY FRIEND CAROLYN, ANOTHER GENEROUS DONOR TO THE COLLEGE, WHO SAYS,

‘DO YOUR GIVING WHILE YOU’RE LIVING.’ EUREKA COLLEGE OFFERED ME A CAREER AND A HOME DOING WHAT I ALWAYS WANTED TO DO. I AM GIVING MONEY NOW SO I CAN SEE THE RESULTS. PLUS IT WOULD BE PRETTY NEAT TO HAVE A BUILDING NAMED AFTER ME!” — Dr. Sanders

A EUREKA A EUREKA COLLEGE COLLEGE

DR.DR. RICHARD RICHARD SANDERS, SANDERS,In the In the 159-year 159-year history history of Eureka of Eureka College College no individual no individual has has provided provided more more philanthropic philanthropic Professor Professor Emeritus Emeritussupport support to the to the College College thanthan Dr. Sanders. Dr. Sanders. Retired Retired professor professor of government, of government, DickDick has has impacted impacted

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$ Eureka Eureka College College through through his gift his gift of $3ofmillion 3 million to support to support the the construction construction of Sanders of Sanders HallHall andand

myriad myriad other other projects projects ranging ranging fromfrom endowed endowed scholarships scholarships to the to the First-Generation First-Generation Program. Program.

Historic Historic campus campus constructions constructions


IN THE PAST 15 YEARS, students applying to

DR. PAUL SMALL, Division Chair of Science and Mathematics

doctoral programs in veterinary medicine,

As Dr. Paul Small was finishing his Ph.D.,

occupational thera-

he only applied to the small liberal arts

py, chiropractic, and pharmacy have been accepted at the rate of ONE HUNDRED PERCENT.

colleges whose missions emphasized strong moral character and where he could partake in his students’ education and development at a personal level. Eureka College was a perfect fit. Since joining EC in 1987, he has held a tenured position as a Professor of Biology, served as Division Chair of Science and Mathematics, and was the 1999 recipient of the Helen Cleaver Distinguished Teaching Award. Paul’s focus on student outcomes is consistant throughout the division, whose faculty have earned the past three Helen Cleaver awards. Paul’s unique leadership and tireless devotion to the development of Sanders Hall are further testaments to his commitment to students’ futures.

“THIS EXCITING PROJECT OF THE SANDERS HALL ADDITION AND RENOVATIONS OF VENNUM-BINKLEY HALL EMPHASIZES HOW MANY MORE STUDENTS OF EUREKA COLLEGE WILL BE AFFORDED THE OPPORTUNITIES TO FORGE THEIR POWERS OF SCIENTIFIC INQUIRY. IT WILL SERVE TO BENEFIT NOT ONLY THE SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS DIVISION, BUT UPLIFTS ALL OF EUREKA COLLEGE. OUR STUDENTS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN LEADERS IN SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENT. NOW THEY WILL HAVE IMPROVED FACILITIES WHICH MATCH OUR COMMITMENT TO THEIR EDUCATIONAL PROCESS.”

—  Dr. Small


MORGAN LONG, — Sophomore & First-Generation Peer Mentor Morgan, along with 52% of the Eureka College first-year students, is the first member of her family to attend college. Eureka College believes that we have a responsibility to show our students how a liberal arts education prepares them for the inevitable changes they will experience during the course of their lives. Coupled with practical preparation, Eureka College students interact with faculty members and discuss questions about the human condition, spirituality, and creative and expressive responses to the world. Through our First-Year Experience and First Generation programs, students enjoy a series of events and programs intended to create structured conversations about important topics, ranging from career exploration and successful study habits to leadership, faith, and cultural values.

“BEFORE COMING TO COLLEGE, I DID NOT HAVE THE OPPORTUNITIES THAT I DO HERE. I AM NOW ABLE TO LISTEN TO ORCHESTRAS PERFORM MY FAVORITE MUSICAL PIECES OR GO SEE A BROADWAY MUSICAL IN DOWNTOWN ST. LOUIS, AND EVEN STAY THE NIGHT IN THE MAJESTIC CONGRESS PLAZA HOTEL IN CHICAGO BEFORE VISITING THE ART INSTITUTE THE FOLLOWING DAY. I HAVE FLOURISHED HERE AND BECOME A BETTER, MORE WELL-ROUNDED PERSON. THE VALUES I HAVE LEARNED ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ARTS AND CULTURE IN LIFE WILL REMAIN WITH ME LONG AFTER MY YEARS ‘NEATH THE ELMS.” — Morgan

Long


FOSTERING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT THE NATIONAL SURVEY OF STUDENT ENGAGEMENT, 2013

Eureka College students rank the following engagement experiences in the top 10% of all colleges and universities surveyed.

FRESHMEN

SENIORS

Learning Strategies

Higher-Order Learning

Discussions with Diverse Others

Learning Strategies

Supportive Environment

Effective Teaching Quality of Interactions

“ART, BOTH THE MAKING AND EXPERIENCING OF IT, PLAYS A MAGICAL ROLE IN EDUCATION. UNLOCKING NEW AND UNEXPECTED VIEWPOINTS AND WAYS OF THINKING, ART CHALLENGES ASSUMPTIONS ABOUT EVERYTHING. ART IS AN ESSENTIAL AND INDISPENSABLE PARTNER TO ACADEMIC SCHOLASTIC ENDEAVOR. LIBERAL ARTS EDUCATION IS ABOUT OPENING A PATHWAY TO KNOWLEDGE THROUGH THE EXPANSION OF THE STUDENT’S HORIZONS. I AM PROUD TO BE PART OF THE COLLEGE AT THIS EXCITING TIME IN ITS HISTORY, AS IT BUILDS ON ITS TRADITIONAL STRENGTHS AND EXPANDS ITS OFFERINGS AND ITS HORIZONS.”

— David Commanday

DAVID COMMANDAY

— Artist-in-Residence

Intentional integration of the arts into every learning opportunity is central to the Eureka College experience and contributes to the success of engaging students in their learning. Through the generous support of donors, the College now hosts a full-time Artist-in-Residence. David Commanday, a Harvard-trained musician, greatly expands the campus experience.


DR. ANN FULOP Associate Professor of Psychology Dr. Ann Fulop chaired one of three committees tasked with conceptualizing Eureka College’s future strategic direction. Each committee brought members of the college community together to prepare a detailed White Paper on each topic area. The papers detail the College’s best thoughts on achieving excellence in learning, service and leadership. The papers summarize relevant research and theoretical literature and the process generated inquiry, reflection and discussion about tangible and unique methods to achieve our shared vision. “The White Paper process positioned us to begin to address key questions as we weave the recommendations into a strategy for Eureka College. I have faith that this community will engage in vigorous debate as we implement innovative recommendations that achieve excellence while honoring our founders and staying true to our cultural values.”

“THE WHITE PAPERS ENCOURAGE US TO ASK IMPORTANT QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR INSTITUTION’S FUTURE: HOW DO WE MOVE FORWARD AND HONOR OUR HERITAGE? WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR US TO BE A LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES INSTITUTION IN THE 21ST CENTURY? WE WERE FOUNDED BY ABOLITIONISTS AND EQUALLY EDUCATED MEN AND WOMEN; ARE THERE UNDERSERVED POPULATIONS OF STUDENTS WE SHOULD BE REACHING? HOW CAN WE MAKE THE EUREKA COLLEGE EXPERIENCE ACCESSIBLE FOR THEM?”

— Dr. Fulop


PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE

A special thanks goes to all White Paper committee chairs and members, who are dedicated to this

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As Chair of the Board of Trustees for the College, it is particularly noteworthy that David Adams dedicated additional time and talent to serving on the Leadership Education White Paper committee. Dave has been a committed member of the Eureka College community since his graduation in 1966, having served on the Board since 1999 and serving as Chair since 2010.

“THE WHITE PAPER PROCESS WAS CONCEIVED AS AN INCLUSIVE WAY TO DEVELOP CLARITY ABOUT BOTH THE GOAL OF ACHIEVING NATIONAL RECOGNITION IN LEARNING, SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP AS WELL AS HOW TO ACHIEVE IT. TRUSTEES, FACULTY, STUDENTS, STAFF AND OTHERS WHO SUPPORT THE COLLEGE WORKED COLLABORATIVELY TO DEVELOP RECOMMENDATIONS TO ADVANCE EUREKA COLLEGE’S GOAL TO SET THE NATION’S STANDARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN LEARNING, SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP.” — David Adams

DAVID ADAMS, Class of 1966, Chairman, Board of Trustees; Member of President’s Commission on Excellence in Learning, Service and Leadership


A COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE MEMORIALIZING the relationship between Ronald Reagan and his football coach, Ralph McKinzie, was dedicated at McKinzie Field on October 5, 2013, Homecoming Weekend. McKinzie served as the school’s athletic director from 1923-1938 and was head football coach from 1921-1937, including Ronald Reagan’s years on the gridiron.

EC hosts 15 NCAA Division III intercollegiate teams.

“EUREKA COLLEGE GAVE ME A GREAT CHAPTER IN MY LIFE. I WAS PART OF THE FACULTY AND LOVED MY JOB. I SAW THIS PLACE CHANGE SO MANY LIVES. EUREKA COLLEGE HAS PROVIDED SO MANY STUDENTS WITH OPPORTUNITIES. I BELIEVE IN EUREKA COLLEGE.” — Dr. Hughes DR. PETE HUGHES Professor Emeritus Dr. Pete Hughes and his wife Carol enjoy supporting Red Devil athletics, recognizing the impact that competitive sport can have on student athletes’ development. Pete, a former faculty member in the Education Division, honors the role of mentors and coaches in providing opportunities for students to excel.


SERVANT LEADERS: STUDENT ATHLETES

CAITLYNN EETEN Senior, Women’s Basketball 1,000 Point Club Member It is about more than just who wins the game. Eureka College athletes are servant leaders, committed to community development as well as team success. Last year, the women’s basketball team provided over 800 service hours as a team. Captain Caity Eeten and the Women’s Basketball team are just one example. Whether reading to school children, visiting elderly neighbors in the nursing home or cleaning area parks, service hours of EC student athletes further their personal development. EC student athletes work diligently to balance their academic responsibilities and their commitment to the team. They are supported by coaches, faculty and staff to ensure they excel on and off the field.

“I LOVE THAT EVERYONE IS SO SUPPORTIVE OF ONE ANOTHER. I WILL HAVE FACULTY MEMBERS GO OUT OF THEIR WAY TO COME OVER AND CONGRATULATE ME ON A GOOD GAME FROM THE NIGHT BEFORE, WHICH REALLY MEANS A LOT TO ME. I HAVE MADE LIFELONG FRIENDS HERE AT EUREKA AND HAVE MADE SO MANY MEMORIES THAT I WILL NEVER FORGET.”

— Caitlynn Eeten


GIFTS OF $1,000,000 OR MORE IN ONE YEAR

Richard Sanders (Hon ‘12)

ANNUAL GIFTS The following list recognizes contributions to Eureka College by alumni, friends, churches, businesses, foundations, and other agencies between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013

GIFTS OF $500,000 OR MORE IN ONE YEAR. Institutions/Estates James Jacob ‘50 Estate Bess Hoffman Reagan (Hon ‘33) Trust Tim Schrock Estate

GIFTS OF $100,000 TO $499,999.99 IN ONE YEAR

Dale Burklund

Tony (Hon ‘05) & Gretchen Rigazio Institutions/Estates Elizabeth Dunseth Estate

GIFTS OF $50,000 TO $99,999.99 IN ONE YEAR.

Marianna Jackson (Hon ‘11) Richard Johann ‘50 Institutions/Estates Anonymous Caterpillar Inc. J & V Flynn Foundation

Gifts of $25,000 to $49,999.99 in one year

Institutions/Estates

Individuals

D. Ernest & Eula Daniel Brown Trust Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Lockheed Martin Corporation Schwab Charitable Fund

David ‘66 & Marjory Brower ‘66 Adams Mack Brown (Hon ‘02) Jim Hengst ‘75 Bill ‘71 & Katy King, Jr. Jonathan & Sharon Michael Dick Nelson ‘52 Frances Owen Institutions/Estates Associated Colleges of Illinois CEFCU Church Finance Council Community Foundation of Central Illinois General Electric Foundation The Owen Foundation Gifts of $10,000 to $24,999.99 in one year Individuals David & Katherine ‘09 Arnold R. Rennie Atterbury III (Hon ‘12) Sidney & Florence Banwart Glen HD ‘03 & Polly Barton David & Lynn Burritt The Family of Dennis Dighton Edwina Doran (Hon ‘92) Rodney Gould ‘87 Russ Gustin ‘45 Steve ‘63 & Therese Hathway Greg Henry ‘90 Chuck ‘64 & Marla Kylander ‘64 Hershberger K.C. Hill ‘60 Carl Hirsch ‘51 Gary & Barb Hodel Pete & Carol Hughes Loren ‘58 & Mary (Hon ‘03) Logsdon Howard ‘65 & Imelda Moser Ernie ‘65 & Barb Folkers ‘65 Potter

Gifts of $5,000 to $9,999.99 in one year Individuals Barbara & Craig Barrett Guy & Jane Hamilton ‘77 Cahill Thomas & Mary Cooley Greg Folley Lee Graves Rand & Kelly Harbert Annette Ewing Kreider ‘38 Mike & Judy Mangold Bob HD ‘05 & Terri Parsons Mike (Hon ‘95) & Genevia ‘80 Sager Martin ‘82 & Kathy Quinlan ‘83 Sallee Joe Scarborough Mark & Rosalind Shenkman Carolyn Shepherd Bradley Smith ‘88 & Mami Tsuchiya Kristen Beck Sullivan ’96 Edward Sutkowski & Linda Washkuhn Sutkowski Mark ‘85 and Patty Voudrie

Institutions/Estates

Abbott Laboratories Fund Craig & Barbara Barrett Foundation BNSF Foundation Board of Church Extension of Disciples of Christ, Inc. Alice Brooks Estate Lillian Crew Estate Eureka College Women’s Board ExxonMobil Foundation Jam Lectures LLC Mangold Ford-Mercury, Inc. PNC Foundation Leroy B. Ritter Irrovocable Trust RLI State Farm Insurance Companies United Way of Central New Mexico

Presiden Hartzell Givens ‘35 Irrevocable Trust

David & Ann Windley


Gifts of $2,500 to$4,999.99 in one year Individuals

Loren ‘68 & Sally Armstrong Christine Bonati Bollwinkle (Hon ‘10) (HD ’13) Tony ‘89 & Kari Massey ‘90 Byerly Kevin & Lisa Callis Roger & Linelle Dickinson Jim Finch ‘60 Shane ‘97 & Sharise Marker ‘94 Fogo Robert & Marion Garthwait Craig Gray - FCG Pete ‘67 & Sharon Argo ‘65 Hanner Gilbert ‘56 & Lana (Hon ‘07) Hasenyager William P. Heidrich - Oak River Foundation Bob & Vicki Heitzman Ed & Lisa Holderle Larry ‘59 & Mary Jo Vines ‘60 Houseman Don (Hon ‘13) & Shirley Litwiller Mike & Mykee Murtagh Neil ‘55 & Dorothy Logan ‘53 Sallee Laurie Hakes Studer ‘91 Leo ‘48 & Betty Trenary ‘43 Traister Barb Arganbright Wickness ‘73

Institutions/Estates

Christian Church Foundation, Inc. Coca-Cola Bottling Companies Community Unit School District No. 140 Anonymous Eli Lilly and Company ELM Locating & Utility Services First Christian Church of Pekin, IL Illinois Valley Cluster of Christian Church Carl & Pansy Larsen Trust

Gifts of $1,000 to $2,499.99 in one year Individuals

Fred ‘58 & Sharon Hopkins ‘59 Altman Anonymous David ‘95 & Mickeisha Turner ‘93 Armstrong Sandra Baner ‘82 Tom Barber Vickie Batzka ‘65

Randy ‘94 & Jamie Begole Dale Birkenholz Randy Blanton ‘72 Jim Borop ‘41 William & Jane Boyle Jim ‘80 & Cindy Brace Thomas Brown ‘61 Bob ‘71 & Kay Brandon ‘69 Caccia Thomas A. Campbell Andy Chiou Joe Cirigliano ‘65 Charles ‘51 & Florence Stranz ‘51 Coffman Tony Cook ‘70 Don & Pam Cox ‘64 Mary Cvack Rudy & Sharon Eichenberger Keith ‘55 & Shirley Nichols ‘55† Elliott Tom England ‘63 Mary Lee Faupel & David Scherer Allen Fore ‘87 Joe & Anne Fox John ‘63 & Linda Fulkrod Lila Gammon (Hon ‘00) Craig Gerdes ‘71 Chuck ‘68 & Teresa Germann Dan (Hon ‘85) & Linda (Hon ‘85) Gilbert Gary & Donna Kay Grant Ron (Hon ‘99) & Judy Degnan ‘63 Greek Fred ‘64 & Carol Gustoff Karl Hallgren ‘61 Deforrest Hamilton ‘39 Mark & Stacie Hansen Sam ‘62 & Nancy Stevenson ‘61 Harrod III Jesse ‘02 & Rachel Reutter ‘00 Helton Elise McCormick Hendricks ‘46 Norma Highlander Michelle & Keith Hubble Ted Innes ‘69 Jerald & Jane Shirk ‘49 Jackson William & Lynn Jackson Scott & Sheri Jefferson Manny ‘65 & Vicki Zanaglia ‘65 Jerome, Sr.

Anonymous James Kemper Joseph & Patricia Kennell Brad Kenny ‘89 Rick ‘70 & Marlene Klaus Terry & Mary Margaret Klaus Arthur & Patricia Krile Larry ‘65 & Sherry Kuntz Dave ‘71 & Carla Kurtz Mr. & Mrs. Matthew LaHood Don & Anna Lewis Paul & Martha Lister Molly Speer MacDonald ‘61 Donald & Florence Stotts ‘71 Magee Michael Maibach - The Maibach Foundation Kent McCanless Bob & Lorena Huisinga ‘67 McClure Bill ‘51 & Gloria McDonald ‘55 McNett Edwin & Ursula Meese III Alexander Moldanado ‘77 Joe & Tammy Monk John & Cindy Morris Chris Neff ‘10 Ramon ‘56 & Juanita O’Marah Marc & Carol Pasteris Leo ‘61 & Linda Patterson Pat ‘75 & Laury Patwardhan Pat Paulsen Jean Peters John ‘70 & Diane Pini Mike & Peggy Powers Robert Quinn Scott Ralston Jeff ‘92 & Janelle Miller ‘92 Reents Richard Renner John Ripka ‘55 Dan Rutherford Chris Ryan ‘86 Gregory Sachau Mark & Tamara Scherer ‘83 Duane ‘78 & Rachel Schroeder Annette Dyar Sherman ‘41

Gary & Moira Sinise Chuck ‘62 & Jan Lewman ‘64 Staley Phil Stiles ‘90 Mickey Straub - Proud to Be Republican, LLC Brad Sutton ‘99 Bob ‘66 & Kathy Swank Gene & Janet Swartz Bill ‘64 & Mary Taylor John E. & Lorely E. Temple Steven Tucker ‘13 Anne Vaughan Jack & Sheila Weinberg Robert ‘71 & Kiko Kimura ‘71 Wennerholt Clinton & Adeline Wentz Irmgard Rosenzweig Wessel ‘47 Don ‘60 & Dorothy Thomson ‘58 Whitler Harry Williams III ‘79 Duane & Lynn Wolland Inge Wacker Zimmerman ‘70 Leland & Barbara Zimmerman

Institutions/Estates

AC Physicians Management Elmer Brunen Education & Charitable Trust Demonica Kemper Architects Duke Energy Foundation Eureka Christian Church Eureka J F L First Christian Church of Macomb, IL First Christian Church of Mount Carmel, IL First Christian Church of Peoria, IL Flanagan Implement & Service Co. John Graham and Associates, Inc. Heart of Illinois United Way Heartland Bank & Trust Co. Kinder Morgan Foundation Lincoln Office LLC The Loyd Charitable Foundation Dan Rutherford Campaign Committee Adelbert ‘49 & Emily Tisdall Estate Union Avenue Christian Church of Litchfield, IL Vermeer Central Illinois

nt’s Circle

(Hon) = Honorary Alum † = Deceased

HD = Honorary Doctorate


LIFETIME GIFTS $1,000,000 OR MORE

Christine Bonati Bollwinkle (Hon ‘10) (HD ’13) Caterpillar Foundation Church Finance Council Richard Sanders (Hon ’12)

LIFETIME GIFTS $500,000 TO $999,999

LIFETIME SOCIETIES The College recognizes those individuals who reach specified levels through lifetime gifts or who have established deferred gifts of various amounts. Those individuals who qualified for membership by virtue of a deferred gift through FY1999 have retained membership in the appropriate society.

Associated Colleges of Illinois J & V Flynn Foundation Nancy Reagan HD ‘09 Tony (Hon ‘05) (HD ’13) & Gretchen Rigazio State Farm Insurance Companies Foundation Ruth Straw ‘45

LIFETIME GIFTS $250,000 TO $499,999

Abbott Laboratories Fund David ‘66 & Marjory Brower ‘66 Adams Joe ‘50 & Thelma Jean Allovio Wayne Baum G. Raymond Becker Mack Brown (Hon ’02) Dale Burklund Eureka Rotary Club Helen Smith Ewing ‘38 General Electric Foundation Pat Gilmartin The Grover Hermann Foundation Marianna Jackson (Hon ’11) Richard Johann ‘50 Frances Owen Mark & Rosalind Shenkman Alex HD ‘84 & Faye Spanos The Foundation for Enhancing Communities Anne Vaughan

LIFETIME GIFTS $100,000 TO $249,999

Fred ‘58 & Sharon Hopkins ‘59 Altman R. Rennie Atterbury III (Hon ’12) Sidney & Florence Banwart Harold Bonner ‘43 Sandy Bushue ‘82 CEFCU Christian Church in Indiana Community Foundation of Central Illinois Roger & Linelle Dickinson Anonymous Eureka College Women’s Board Diane Anderson FioRito ‘80 Geneva Harper Steve ‘63 & Therese Hathway

Heartland Bank & Trust Co. Chuck ‘64 & Marla Kylander ‘64 Hershberger Illinois Mutual Don (Hon ’13) & Shirley Litwiller Loren ‘58 (HD ‘13) & Mary (Hon ‘03) Logsdon Jonathan & Sharon Michael Charlene Muir (Hon ‘93) Samuel I. Newhouse Foundation Rob ‘79 & Terri Nicks The Owen Foundation Bob HD ‘05 & Terri Parsons Pat Paulsen Pepsi Cola General Bottlers Mike (Hon ’95) & Genevia ‘80 Sager Siemens Corporation Sodexo Inc. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company Mildred Stubbs Leo ‘48 (HD ’13) & Betty Trenary ‘43 Traister David & Ann Windley

LIFETIME GIFTS $25,000 TO $99,999

Archer Daniels Midland Company David & Katherine ‘09 Arnold AT&T Sandra Baner ‘82 Barbara & Craig Barrett - Craig & Barbara Barrett Foundation Glen HD ‘03 & Polly Barton John Bearce Rich & Bev Bertschi Gary & Carlotta Bielfeldt The Bielfeldt Foundation Gwen Blankinship Jim Borop ‘41 Jim ‘80 & Cindy Brace Peggy Brandon Paul & Estelle Brown Burger King David & Lynn Burritt Martha Mok Butt ‘58 Guy & Jane Hamilton ‘77 Cahill Alan ‘59 & Pat Canfield, Sr. Jerry & Mary Caress The Honorable and Mrs. Frank Carlucci Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in IllinoisWisconsin Christian Church Foundation, Inc. Citi Charitable Contributions Cly-Del Manufacturing Company

Steve & Minta Way ‘67 Colburn Tony Cook ‘70 CORE Construction Council of Independent Colleges Cullinan & Sons Robert A. Day Edwina Doran (Hon ’92) Scott ‘83 & Joyce Elger Eli Lilly and Company Eureka Christian Church ExxonMobil Foundation FedEx Corporation Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund First Christian Church of Macomb, IL First Christian Church of Pekin, IL First Christian Church of Peoria, IL Anonymous Lila Gammon (Hon ’00) Robert & Marion Garthwait Helen Goble Louise Emmert Goff ‘50 Rodney Gould ‘87 Ron (Hon ’99) & Judy Degnan ‘63 Greek Russ Gustin ‘45 Phyllis Hallene Ebby Halliday Acers Deforrest Hamilton ‘39 Pete ‘67 & Sharon Argo ‘65 Hanner Bill & Marian Hardin Bonnie Harper Sam ‘62 & Nancy Stevenson ‘61 Harrod III Gilbert ‘56 & Lana (Hon ’07) Hasenyager George & Jean Hearne William P. Heidrich - Oak River Foundation Jim Hengst ’75 Higher Education and Leadership Ministries Carl Hirsch ‘51 Larry ‘59 & Mary Jo Vines ‘60 Houseman Pete & Carol Hughes Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation Clarke & June Imbler Roy & Debby Johnson General P.X. Kelley Bill ‘71 & Katy King, Jr. Rick ‘70 & Marlene Klaus Terry & Mary Margaret Klaus Mary Klock Annette Ewing Kreider ‘38 Rita Kress Paul & Martha Lister

Presiden


Duane Livingston Lockheed Martin Corporation Mike & Judy Mangold Marathon Oil Company Foundation Marion Christian Church of Marion, IL Roger ‘60 & Ruth Martin Bob & Lorena Huisinga ‘67 McClure Bill ‘51 & Gloria McDonald ‘55 McNett Kevin ‘78 & Linda Wyatt ‘80 McQuade Sylvia Monroe Howard ‘65 & Imelda Moser Dick Nelson ‘52 Charlotte O’Brien Noe ‘39 Northrop Corporation Dick & Carmen Oakford Ramon ‘56 & Juanita O’Marah Otto Baum & Sons Inc. Roy Pfautch Ernie ‘65 & Barb Folkers ‘65 Potter Prudential Foundation David & Alexandra Ransburg Clark & Julie Reed Richard Renner RLI Martin ‘82 & Kathy Quinlan ‘83 Sallee Neil ‘55 & Dorothy Logan ‘53 Sallee Schwab Charitable Fund Shenkman Capital Management, Inc. Harold Sheridan ‘50 Anneliese Sinn Bradley Smith ‘88 & Mami Tsuchiya Gerald ‘64 & Charlotte Smith Joanne Barcroft ‘48 Smith Chuck ‘62 & Jan Lewman ‘64 Staley Gene & Janet Swartz The UPS Foundation Steve Thomson ‘70 Don & Marilyn Ullman Union Avenue Christian Church of Litchfield, IL Audley Weidman Robert ‘71 & Kiko Kimura ‘71 Wennerholt Randy & Mary Jane West Norman & Fern White Don ‘60 & Dorothy Thomson ‘58 Whitler Jim & Marlene Wogsland Shirley Lou Wrenn

LIFETIME GIFTS OF $10,000 TO $24,999

Charlene Huss Alvani ‘75 American Enterprise Institute Aileen S. Andrew Foundation Loren ’68 and Sally Armstrong Arrow Electronics Larry ‘70 & Mary Baron Vickie Batzka ‘65 Kenny & Jody Baum Wayne E. Baum Family Foundation Dale Birkenholz Randy Blanton ‘72 Chuck & Carol Blye BNSF Foundation Tom Bolan BP Amoco Foundation, Inc. Tony ‘89 & Kari Massey ‘90 Byerly CA, Inc Bob ‘71 & Kay Brandon ‘69 Caccia Oliver Carr Red Cavaney Central Christian Church of Decatur, IL Central Christian Church of Jacksonville, IL Scott & Susan Cisel Kay Cleeland CNH - Goodfield Coca-Cola Bottling Companies Charles ‘51 & Florence Stranz ‘51 Coffman Esther Cohen Consolidated Construction Don & Pam Cox ‘64 Jim & Marjorie Crowe Annette Schultz ‘48 Dickinson The Family of Dennis Dighton Division of Overseas Ministries Rhea Edge Rudy & Sharon Eichenberger Eureka Community Bank Eureka IGA Eureka Printing Bill Farley HD ‘86 Jim Finch ‘60 First Christian Church of Fort Wayne, IN First Christian Church of Mount Carmel, IL Allen Fore ‘87 Joe & Anne Fox G & D Integrated Ventures, LLC Dan (Hon ’85) & Linda (Hon ’85) Gilbert Goodfield State Bank

Claire Graham Gary & Donna Kay Grant Evelyn Hale ‘56 Rand & Kelly Harbert Dan ‘67 & Amy Moore ‘92 Harrod Jerry & Rhonda Heller Elise McCormick Hendricks ‘46 Greg Henry ‘90 Joan Herron ‘74 Norma Highlander K.C. Hill ‘60 Gary & Barb Hodel Ed & Lisa Holderle Gordon & Jean Ann Honegger IBM Corporation Illinois Masonic Jerald & Jane Shirk ‘49 Jackson Jelly Belly Candy Company Manny ‘65 & Vicki Zanaglia ‘65 Jerome, Sr. Edward D. Jones & Company Merle ‘59 & Judy Parks ‘60 Kalkwarf William T. Kemper Foundation Joseph & Patricia Kennell Robert Kittleson ‘46 Bob & Jackie Klaus Klaus Companies Manish ’88 & Nibha Kohli Larry & Gail Leiken Dick Leiken Molly Speer MacDonald ‘61 Donald & Florence Stotts ‘71 Magee Mangold Ford-Mercury, Inc. The Marmon Group, Inc. Martin Engineering Chet ‘56 & Yvonne Massino Dennis & April McClure ‘97 Stewart Michael & Mary McCracken Robert Michel HD ‘97 Larry Mitchell Alvin Montgomery Montgomery Ward Chalmer Moore, Jr. Nalco Foundation National Education Association Niantic Christian Church of Niantic, IL Charles O’Sullivan ‘36 Parsons Company, Inc. Leo ‘61 & Linda Patterson Phyllis Payne Edwin & Gitza Peterson

Phillips University Legacy Foundation (PULF) Don Pioletti, Jr., ‘70 PNC Foundation Prairie Avenue Christian Church of Decatur, IL Procter & Gamble Fund Barbara Reisner R.J. Reynolds Industries Inc. Evelyn Rice Margaret Riddell Roanoke Pharmacy Junius Rodriguez Jack Roeser - Family Taxpayers Foundation Chris Ryan ‘86 Brian & Amy Sajko Saundra Henry Saul Centers, Inc. SBC Foundation Sue Schierer Duane ‘78 & Rachel Schroeder Sandy Schuster Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE) Shell Oil Company Foundation Annette Dyar Sherman ‘41 Virginia Sutter Sherry ‘53 Wayne & Mary Diane Slone Richard Snyder Carl & Crystal Soderstrom South Side Bank Trust Cliff ‘78 & Pryl Hayden ‘75 Stam Phil Stiles ‘90 Frank & Jean Nelson ‘42 Stockham Strake Foundation Don ‘71 & Nancy Strater Ben ‘43 & Pat Pearson ‘46 Streid Marty ‘52 & Joyce Hoover ‘52 Stromberger Kristen Beck Sullivan ‘96 Edward Sutkowski and Linda Washkuhn Sutkowski Bob ‘66 & Kathy Swank John Trefzger ‘48 Ted & Jan (Hon ’08) Wanack Jimmy ‘68 & Rita Millspaugh ‘68 Waterman Lois Wells Mr. Glenn A. Werry, Jr. Irmgard Rosenzweig Wessel ‘47 Owen & Nancy West Kim Whitler ‘89 Barb Arganbright Wickness ‘73 Peter & Janice Wong Phyllis Kepple Worrell ‘53 Inge Wacker Zimmerman ‘70

nt’s Circle

(Hon) = Honorary Alum † = Deceased

HD = Honorary Doctorate


THE LEGACY LEAGUE recognizes alumni and

Fred ‘58 & Sharon Hopkins ‘59 Altman

Tom England ‘63

Sandra Baner ‘82

Suzy Fahim ‘60

Vickie Batzka ‘65

Ronald & Toni Brooks ‘68 Faust

Wayne Baum

Mary Finch ‘84

Jodi Bearce ‘91

Dale Flier ‘86

Margie Beck ‘65

Lorenzo ‘66 & Ella Bryant ‘69 Forbes

Glenn Benckendorf ‘53

Clyde Francis ‘61

friends who have included

Jim ‘80 & Cindy Brace

Frances Gainey

the College in their estate

Peggy Brandon

Dan (Hon ’85) & Linda (Hon ’85) Gilbert

Mack Brown (Hon ’02)

Roger ‘62 & Martha Gilbert

Jim Bruner, Jr. ‘73

Pat Gilmartin

James & Ann Bryant

Helen Goble

Dale Burklund

Ross & Lori Grandanette

Martha Mok Butt ‘58

Bill & Debbie Wisinski ‘84 Grgantov

Kevin & Lisa Callis

Wayne ‘64 & Marilyn Groth

Jerry & Mary Caress

James Hardy

Kay Cleeland

Bonnie Harper

Tony Cook ‘70

Gilbert ‘56 & Lana (Hon ’07) Hasenyager

Richard ‘54 & Betty Cox

Sue Hasenyager ‘67

Ken ‘52 & June Digweed ‘50 Coy

Steve ‘63 & Therese Hathway

Bill Deck ‘66

Elise McCormick Hendricks ‘46

Roger & Linelle Dickinson

Lisa Severtis Higgins ‘93

Bill Dooley ‘76

Carl Hirsch ’51

plans by establishing a trust, gift annuity, bequest or life insurance policy. The College is very grateful for these meaningful demonstrations of support.

Presiden Rudy & Sharon Eichenberger

Lynn Ward Hoffmann ‘47

Scott ‘83 & Joyce Elger

Claudia Neahring S. M. Hogan ‘65


Joe ‘66 & Betty Hood

Chalmer Moore, Jr.

Chuck ‘62 & Jan Lewman ‘64 Staley

Clarke & June Imbler

Don Moore ‘64

Barbara Stevens

Terry & Linda Immel

Howard ‘65 & Imelda Moser

Phil Stiles ‘90

Roy & Debby Johnson

Charlene Muir (Hon ’93)

Ruth Straw ‘45

Margaret Kepple ‘53

Paul Murphey

Mildred Stubbs

Cheryl Grider Kershaw ‘82

Cynthia and Dale Nelson

Charles Swanson

Terry & Mary Margaret Klaus

Rob ‘79 & Terri Nicks

Bill ‘64 & Mary Taylor

Larry ‘65 & Sherry Kuntz

Charlotte O’Brien Noe ‘39

Sharon Thomas

Patricia Langton ‘57

Anonymous

Tom ‘68 & Pauline Tomlinson

Una Cho Lee ‘61

Leo ‘61 & Linda Patterson

John Trefzger ‘48

Loren ‘58 & Mary (Hon ’03) Logsdon

Pat Paulsen

Darrell Wagner ‘75

Bess Fifield Lund ‘49

Ernie ‘65 & Barb Folkers ‘65 Potter

Jimmy ‘68 & Rita Millspaugh ‘68 Waterman

Molly Speer MacDonald ‘61

Luke Rastetter ‘62

Mel ‘75 & Jerri Weith

Roger ‘60 & Ruth Martin

Clark & Julie Reed

Ardis Wendell

Ruth Martin

Jim Rodgers ‘86

Robert ‘71 & Kiko Kimura ‘71 Wennerholt

Chet ‘56 & Yvonne Massino

John Ryan ‘85

Randy & Mary Jane West

Raymond McAfee ‘88

Mike (Hon ’95) & Genevia ‘80 Sager

Norman & Fern White

Kent McCanless

Dick Sanders (Hon ’12)

Bob ‘61 & Carol Ann Carr ‘64 Whitler

Michael & Mary McCracken

Duane ‘78 & Rachel Schroeder

Kim Whitler ‘89

Margie McGaughey

David ‘69 & Betty Langston ‘70 Scott

Linda Baldwin Williams ‘66

Bettylou Worth Miller ‘69

Millard ‘59 & Louise Shaw

Tim ‘86 & Shelly MacFarland ‘87 Williams

Verla Miller

Harold Sheridan ‘50

David & Ann Windley

Robert Miner

Anneliese Sinn

Jim & Marlene Wogsland

nt’s Circle Roger Mitchell ‘51

Bradley Smith ‘88 & Mami Tsuchiya

Shirley Lou Wrenn

Sylvia Monroe

Betty Soule ‘50

Roger ‘60 & Mary Zimmerman

(Hon) = Honorary Alum † = Deceased

HD = Honorary Doctorate


The Ronald W. Reagan Society of

CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF 5,000 TO $9,999

$

Eureka College recognizes people who value the enduring inspirational power of the remarkable story of the lifelong relationship between Ronald Reagan and Eureka College. The story of Eureka College and Ronald Reagan embodies the ideals of Amer-

CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF $250,000 OR MORE Mark Shenkman

CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF $100,000 TO $240,999 David & Lynn Burritt Caterpillar Inc.

CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF $50,000 TO $99,999

beginnings; built on Midwestern faith

Community Foundation of Central Illinois FedEx Corporation Lockheed Martin Corporation Shenkman Capital Management, Inc.

and values; transformed by education;

CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF $25,000 TO $99,999

ican opportunity; rooted in freedom to fulfill potential; grown from humble

embraced by mentors; and achieved through the discovery of vision and a voice. “Everything that has been good in my life began here,” President Reagan said. Your gift to the Ronald

AT&T Mack Brown The Honorable and Mrs. Frank Carlucci Citi Charitable Contributions Robert A. Day William P. Heidrich - Oak River Foundation General P.X. Kelley, USMC (Ret) Frances Owen - The Owen Foundation PNC Foundation

W. Reagan Society is an investment in developing more good leaders instilled with the same values President Reagan learned from his alma mater. Eureka College calls our vision ReaganForward.

THE

Ronald W. Reagan SOCIETY

CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF 10,000 TO $24,999

$

R. Rennie Atterbury III Sidney & Florence Banwart Ambassador Barbara Barrett & Craig Barrett Craig & Barbara Barrett Foundation Glen & Polly Barton Wayne E. Baum Family Foundation CA, Inc Red Cavaney CEFCU Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund G & D Integrated Ventures, LLC Lee C. Graves Bill & Marian Hardin Gary & Barb Hodel Mike & Judy Mangold Martin Engineering Jonathan & Sharon Michael Edwin Peterson RLI Jack Roeser - Family Taxpayers Foundation Saul Centers, Inc. Eric Schwartz Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE) Bradley Smith Carl & Crystal Soderstrom of Soderstrom Skin Institute Sodexo Inc. State Farm Insurance Companies Edward Sutkowski and Linda Washkuhn Sutkowski

David & Katherine Arnold Associated Bank Susan & Jim Baker Jim & Lou Baldwin Kenny & Jody Baum John Bearce - Bearce Companies LLC Randy Blanton ELM Locating & Utility Services Greg Folley Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. Rodney Gould Mark & Stacie Hansen Heisley Family Foundation K.C. Hill Gordon & Jean Ann Honegger Illinois Mutual Issa Family Foundation J. F. Lehman & Company, Inc. Marianna Jackson Jam Lectures LLC Loren & Mary Logsdon Mangold Ford-Mercury, Inc. The Marine Corps Law Enforcement Foundation, Inc. The William D. Mayo Charitable Fund National City Corporation Chris & Molly Neff Petersen Health Enterprises, LLC Proctor Hospital Tony & Gretchen Rigazio Robert & Janice McNair Foundation Donald & Lucinda Samford Joe Scarborough Lawrence Tangel - Enercon Engineering Inc. Thomas Nelson Publishing Mark & Patty Voudrie Clinton & Adeline Wentz Mr. Glenn A. Werry, Jr. David & Ann Windley

This list gratefully recognizes the cumulative gifts received since the creation of the Reagan Society in 2008.


CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF $ 2,500 TO $4,999 Alliance Benefit Group Scott Anderson Archer Daniels Midland Company Sandra Baner Charles & Judy Black BNSF Foundation Busey Bank Tony & Kari Byerly Jane & Guy Cahill CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA) Commerce Bank Mike & Margee Cullinan Edwina Doran Tim & Linda Elder Federal Companies First Bank Sharise & Shane Fogo Newt & Callista Gingrich Sam & Nancy Harrod III Sam Harrod IV Heartland Bank & Trust Co. Heyl Royster Voelker & Allen Husch Blackwell Sanders LLP Herbert Kelleher Terry & Mary Margaret Klaus Kress Corporation Don & Anna Lewis Lincoln Office LLC Michael Maibach - The Maibach Foundation Edwin & Ursula Meese III Bob Michel Joe & Tammy Monk James & Paula Moore Cindy & John Morris Mike & Mykee Murtagh Prime Policy Group Mickey Straub - Proud to Be Republican, LLC Scott Ralston Redding Industries Inc. Dan Rutherford - Dan Rutherford Campaign Committee Dick Sanders Duane and Rachel Schroeder Craig Shirley - Shirley & Banister Public Affairs Springfield Electric Supply Company Star Transport, Inc. Phil Stiles TCAG Management Services John E. & Lorely E. Temple Bob & Maria Tuttle Van Fleet Law Offices

CUMULATIVE GIFTS OF $ 1,000 TO $2,499

A. Lucas & Sons David & Marjory Adams Roger Ailes Alberto Culver Company Joseph & Pamela Alwan Joe & Karen Baker Fred Barnes Margarita Brose Sandy Bushue California Community Foundation Endowment Account

Alex & Susan Calvert Allan C. Campbell, M.D. Thomas A. Campbell Richard & Lynne Cheney Todd & Diane Chew Andy Chiou - AC Physicians Management Citizens for Roger C. Claar Dr. Chester & George Ann Danehower Governor Mitch Daniels Dewberry Donors Trust Inc. Ron Eckland Governor James Edgar and Brenda Edgar EM Properties Ltd. Dr. John Erwin Frank Fahrenkopf Mary Lee Faupel & David Scherer Robert Ferguson Mark Flanagan Robert & Marion Garthwait Dan & Linda Gilbert Sarah Gohl Isabel John Graham and Associates, Inc. Gary & Donna Kay Grant Marilyn Hakes Pete & Sharon Hanner Gilbert & Lana Hasenyager Jay Hein James Kemper - Demonica Kemper Architects The Honorable Tom Korologos & The Honorable Ann McLaughlin Korologos Mr. & Mrs. Matthew LaHood - Lamprey, LLC Richard & Jane Lee Andrew & Barbara Lester Ambassador John L. Loeb - John Loeb Jr. Foundation The Loyd Charitable Foundation Gary & Rocio Matthews Raymond McCabe Kent McCanless Bob & Lorena McClure Kathleen Troia McFarland Morton Development LLC Barry Orgeron Anna Palmer Platform Energy Group, LLC Mike & Peggy Powers David & Alexandra Ransburg Richard Renner Dale & Joyce Risinger Arlyn & Marjorie Rubash Share Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Tom Shaw Mrs. Ann Shoemaker Gary & Moira Sinise - Gary Sinise Charitable Foundation Mia Stortzum-Scott Robert Stuart Jr. Laurie Studer Leo & Betty Traister Trowbridge Accounting LLC Vonachen Services Inc. Albert Wade Chuck & Laurie Weaver Jack & Sheila Weinberg Kim Whitler Anonymous Julie Woessner Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Wong Leland & Barbara Zimmerman


FACULTY DEDICATION TO STUDENTS THE HELEN CLEAVER DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARD was named for a notable alumna (Class of 1928) who built a distinguished career as foreign language faculty in higher education. Each year, the Eureka College student body nominates faculty members to be considered for the honor, recognizing their dedication to student learning and achievement.

HISTORY OF RECIPIENTS OF THE HELEN CLEAVER DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARD

1985 MR. GREG UPTON / Music 1986 DR. ANNELIESE SINN / Art

2001 DR. KATHY WHITSON / English

Teaching at EC since 1993

1987 DR. MICHAEL TOLIVER / Biology

2002 DR. WESLEY PHELAN / Political Science

1988 MR. DAVID KNOPP / Business Administration

2003 MS. SHELLI NAFZIGER / Education

Teaching at EC since 1981

1989 MS. NANCY LACURSIA / Physical Education 1990 DR. WILLIAM STAUDENMEIER / Sociology

Teaching at EC since 1987

1991 DR. SHEILA BARTLE-HARROD / English 1992 DR. RICHARD HEWITSON / Chemistry 1993 MR. BILL DAVIS / Theatre 1994 DR. LOREN LOGSDON / English

Teaching at EC since 1991

1995 DR. NANCY PERKINS / English 1996 MS. KAREN SWEITZER / Physical Education

Teaching at EC since 1990

1997 DR. JUNIUS RODRIGUEZ / History

Teaching at EC since 1992

1998 DR. BEVERLY HARTTER / Mathematics 1999 DR. PAUL SMALL / Biology

Teaching at EC since 1987

2000 MS. SANDRA SCHUSTER / Physical Education

Teaching at EC since 1991

2004 MS. RHEA EDGE / Art

Teaching at EC since 1993

2005 MR. ARTHUR GREENBERG / Criminal Justice and Business 2006 MS. JAN WANACK / Music 2007 DR. SCOTT HEMMENWAY / Philosophy

Teaching at EC since 1989

2008 DR. JOSEPH HENRY / Music

Teaching at EC since 1991

2009 MS. JAMI HEMMENWAY / English

Teaching at EC since 2002

2010 DR. ANN FULOP / Psychology

Teaching at ECsince 2008

2011 DR. KEVIN STILLMAN / Chemistry

Teaching at ECsince 2008

2012 DR. PRABHU VENKATARAMAN / Mathematics

Teaching at EC since 2008

2013

DR. RENEE MULLEN / Environmental Studies Teaching at EC since 2010


EUREKA COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES | 2013-2014 DAVID ADAMS, CHAIR JAMES HENGST, VICE CHAIR DAVID ADAMS ‘66

LANCE A. (TONY) BYERLY ‘89

Minneapolis, MN

Hudson, OH

Retired

Exec VP, Electronic Security

ELCA Board of Pensions

Diebold, Inc.

MICKEISHA ARMSTRONG ‘93

ED HOLDERLE, SECRETARY MARK SPENNY, TREASURER

KEVIN CALLIS

GREG HENRY ’90

MARIANNA JACKSON

ANTHONY RIGAZIO

Metamora, IL

Bloomington, IL

Atlanta, GA

Waukegan, IL

Oglesby, IL

Retirement Services Manager

VP Operations

Chief Financial Officer

Consultant

Retired President

State Farm Insurance

Rheem

Retired Research Scientist

Worldtronics International Inc.

J. DAVID ARNOLD

GREGORY S. FOLLEY

CHARLES HERSHBERGER ’64

Eureka, IL

Country Financial

Abbott Laboratories MARK A. SPENNY

Peoria, IL

Greenfield, IN

WILLIAM K. KING ‘71

Hanna City, IL

President

VP, Remanufacturing

Retired Chemist

Austin, TX

President & CEO

Eureka College

Caterpillar Inc.

Eli Lilly and Company

Retired Executive

CEFCU

State Farm Insurance RODNEY GOULD ‘87

BARBARA HODEL

Peoria, IL

Studio City, CA

Carlock, IL

MICHAEL MANGOLD

Norwalk, CT

Retired VP Legal Services

Attorney

Director

Eureka, IL

Partner, Sustainability Services

Caterpillar Inc.

Dealer Principal

Deloitte & Touche LLP

ROBERT R. ATTERBURY

Caterpillar Inc.

KRISTEN BECK SULLIVAN ‘96

Mangold Ford Mercury Inc.

JAY HEIN ‘87 FLORENCE BANWART

Indianapolis, IN

K. EDWARD HOLDERLE

Dunlap, IL

President

St. Louis, MO

JOHN PINI ‘70

Edwards, IL

Sagamore Institute

Attorney

Spring Valley, IL

President

Spencer Fane Britt & Brown LLP

Agent

Star Transport, Inc.

Community & Civic Leader

GLENN A. WERRY

State Farm Insurance

GLEN A. BARTON

ROBERT HEITZMAN

Peoria, IL

Lafayette, IN

MICHELLE R. HUBBLE

General Manager

Peoria, IL

RICHARD RENNER

Bolingbrook, IL

Caterpillar Inc.

Managing Director

Elgin, IL

Senior Manager, Facilities Svs.

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Retired Attorney

Boeing Company

Retired Chairman & CEO Caterpillar Inc.

HARRY A. WILLIAMS ‘79

WAYNE BAUM

JAMES HENGST ‘75

Peoria Heights, IL

Clarence Center, NY

DAVID WINDLEY

President

President & CEO

Seymour, IN

CORE Construction

ZeptoMetrix

CPA Blue & Co LLC/CPA


Learn.Serve.


President's Report 2013 – Eureka College