The University of Findlay
Annual Report 2009-10
Dr. Katherine Fell, President
A Message from Dr. Fell ... Dr. Katherine Rowe Fell was named the 17th president of The University of Findlay on March 25, effective July 1, 2010. A national search for a new president began in October 2009, following Dr. DeBow Freed’s announcement that he would step down after leading the University since 2003. A search committee headed by Dr. C. Richard Beckett, chair of the UF Board of Trustees, was formed representing trustees, faculty, staff, students, alumni and community members.
he University of Findlay has exceeded my high expectations. I am particularly impressed with its focus on the best type of learning for our students — experiential learning. In a speech at Harvard on Aug. 31, 1837, titled “The American Scholar,” Ralph Waldo Emerson spoke of the importance of active scholarship: “The preamble of thought, the transition through which it passes from the unconscious to the conscious, is action. Only so much do I know, as I have lived. Instantly we know whose words are loaded with life, and whose not.” Alongside faculty and staff, our students learn by doing. • Pharmacy students, required to complete 300 intern hours prior to their sixth year at Findlay, regularly participate in Medication Collection Days to assist in managing prescription medications. • Communication majors immerse themselves in their fields through practical experience with the Pulse, our award-winning student newspaper; WLFC-88.3, our recently upgraded student radio station; and the
Public Relations Student Society of America, our national award-winning student chapter. • Students in the College of Education gain practical experience in the classroom during all four of their undergraduate years. • The animal science and pre-veterinary programs offer hands-on experience with a variety of species including sheep, goats, swine, cattle, donkeys and mules at the University’s Animal Sciences Center, beginning with the students’ first year. • The College of Health Professions requires that students gain practical experience through placements among more than 1,000 participating hospitals, rehabilitation clinics and outpatient facilities. • Students in the College of Business have the opportunity to develop their own entrepreneurial business concepts and apply for start-up loans to launch their businesses while they are still students, repaying the funds to help others enjoy the same opportunity.
â€œMy best learning as your new president has been and will be in working alongside you.â€?
Likewise, my best learning as your new president has been and will be in working alongside you. Already, I have learned how to pick up an M&M with chopsticks, judged several versions of Midwestern wing sauce, roasted corn in the husk, cheered the Oilers in cold rain and hot sun, danced with Saudi students to celebrate the end of Ramadan, and sung with joy the Findlay alma mater. On a wide range of topics including faith and reason, governance and politics, and art and science, I have exchanged ideas with students, parents, faculty, staff, alumni and friends. As we live out the lessons we learn from one another, all of us together will chart a promising future for The University of Findlay.
o Ann Davidson has been a pioneer in the public service field: She was the first woman to serve as Speaker of the Ohio House of Representatives, and served as co-chair of the Republican National Committee.
Davidson, who received an honorary doctor of governmental leadership from The University of Findlay in 2000, credits Floyd Habein, her first boss at the Findlay Chamber of Commerce, with encouraging her to consider public service, as well as to set her career sights high.
(Cont'd.) All of Davidson’s years at Findlay High School were during World War II, and with two brothers serving overseas, “I didn’t think I had the ability to seek higher education,” but instead went immediately into the work force, she said. She remembers Habein as “very supportive of women moving on in their careers with the public sector,” she said. After nine years with the Findlay chamber, Davidson went on to serve the Ohio Chamber of Commerce as vice president of special programs. In 1967, she ran for Reynoldsburg City Council, where she served 10 years, and then was chosen to represent Ohio’s 24th House District, which she served for 20 years. During that time, she was elected the first woman Speaker of the House in 1995, and in 2005, she was tapped as the Republican National Committee co-chair. But as she stepped down from the public sector, Davidson decided to return the favor of encouragement and support that she had received. She established an endowed scholarship at The University of Findlay, named the John R. and Jo Ann Davidson Scholarship in memory of her late husband, who was a 1953 graduate of Findlay College. The scholarship is targeted to Findlay High School graduates with a bent for public or community service. “What I wanted to do was reach out to young people; to let people know there was a future in public service,” Davidson explained. “Findlay was part of my young involvement in community, and I have great respect for the leaders of the Findlay community.”
Opening Doors …
ora Ridings is among the Findlay High School graduates whom the John R. and Jo Ann H. Davidson Scholarship has helped to pursue their education at The University of Findlay.
“She has been such an inspiration and has become one of the people that I admire most,” Ridings said of Warton. “She has helped me to become a better leader since she is the adviser of Euler Math Club, and has shown me how to be a better person.”
“This scholarship has helped tremendously these past four years. … I have been responsible for funding my own college education. This scholarship has helped me to be able to get the great education that I have received here at Findlay, and I am ever so grateful for that help,” Ridings said.
The math club helps with events for Special Olympics including its bowling event and golf fundraiser. Ridings has also taken a weekend leadership retreat provided through the UF student activities office. “There are so many opportunities that are available through the different faculty on campus; you just have to be open to accept the challenge when it is presented to you.”
A senior with a dual major in pure mathematics and mathematics for applied operations research, Ridings has found the additional support she has received from her professors valuable. “All of the professors are great! They are some of the most helpful people I know, and they will do anything to help you understand a concept when you don’t,” she said. “I think a lot of it has to do with the smaller campus and classroom size. If I would have gone to a larger school, I wouldn't have gotten the help I needed in order to succeed.” Bringing a strong track record of service from her high school days to UF, Ridings has been a leader in student organizations, including the Euler (pronounced Oiler) Math Club, working with adviser Pam Warton.
Ridings is preparing for her next challenge: to take the Graduate Record Examination, after which she plans to pursue a master’s degree and Ph.D. in mathematics in order to teach at the college level.
n the late 1990s, Ann Whithaus, Ph.D., was diagnosed with lymphoma and underwent chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Nearly
a decade later, Whithaus continued to battle the disease. Her doctor suggested she try a new nuclear treatment for lymphoma, which was available at a hospital in Toledo, Ohio.
(cont'd.) “I went to Toledo to see what the treatment would entail and what I had to do,” said Whithaus, who decided to go ahead with the treatment after visiting the hospital, becoming one of the first people in Northwest Ohio to receive nuclear medicine treatment for lymphoma. During her treatments, Whithaus got to know staff members at the facility, including several interns from The University of Findlay’s Nuclear Medicine Institute (NMI). She drove back and forth from Findlay to Toledo and had ample opportunity to talk with the students and learn about the University’s NMI program. Whithaus was pleased with the outcome of the treatment. “I still have the cells, but they are no longer aggressive,” she said.
Because of her positive experience, Whithaus established the Dr. Ann Whithaus Nuclear Medicine Institute Scholarship Endowment Fund in conjunction with the 125th Endowed Fund Drive at the University.
Because of her positive experience, Whithaus established the Dr. Ann Whithaus Nuclear Medicine Institute Scholarship Endowment Fund in conjunction with the 125th Endowed Fund Drive at the University. The scholarship is awarded to a UF degree-seeking student enrolled in the one-year Nuclear Medicine Institute certificate program. The recipient must have a G.P.A. of at least 3.0, demonstrate good problem-solving capabilities and show an active interest in the profession. Whithaus already had established the Walter L. Whithaus Scholarship for business students in Hancock County in honor of her late husband who was a longtime Findlay businessman.
Endowing the Future …
First Recipient Feels Prepared for Career Challenges
ara Katterheinrich was the first student recipient of the Dr. Ann Whithaus Nuclear Medicine Institute Scholarship.
“I felt honored to be the first recipient … I’m so grateful that Dr. Ann Whithaus felt the need to help out a student at NMI each semester. Her generosity is greatly appreciated,” she said. Katterheinrich says that she always wanted to pursue a career in the medical field and has a passion for helping others. Her aunt, a registered nurse, introduced her to nuclear medicine and Katterheinrich decided to make it her career goal. With the help of the scholarship, Katterheinrich’s experience at the University “was wonderful … I learned a great deal and most importantly, developed great relationships with other students as well as with faculty and staff. I am definitely prepared for the challenges of the real world.” Katterheinrich, a native of New Knoxville, Ohio, graduated in August 2010 and is seeking her first position in nuclear medicine technology.
Endowed scholarships are crucial to helping The University of Findlay continue its commitment to assist young men and women who are full of academic promise and eager to learn, but who lack the financial resources to attend college. Endowed scholarships have made – and continue to make – a difference in the lives of countless UF students. Because more than 80 percent of UF students receive financial assistance, providing ample financial aid is essential to maintaining the University’s reputation for academic excellence and value. An endowed scholarship is an ideal way to perpetuate a corporate or family name, memorialize a loved one or commemorate a special milestone. It will help future generations of students while creating a lasting tribute to the donor's generosity. Number of Endowed Scholarships at UF.......................240 Students Receiving Assistance from Endowed Scholarships in 2009-10.....................................565 Amount of Endowed Scholarships Awarded in 2009-10...........................$647,000
Academic Quality and Innovation The University of Findlay offers quality academic programs geared toward preparing students for future careers and as productive citizens in their communities. A few of the newest programs are noted below.
Pharmacy The College of Pharmacy graduated its first 49 students with doctor of pharmacy degrees in May 2010. The pharmacy program, which began admitting students in fall 2005, was the first new pharmacy program in the state of Ohio in 100 years. The pharmacy program maintains candidacy status from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE). Students are approved to sit for the licensure examination and/or to continue with graduate education.
Physical Therapy The physical therapy program moved to the doctoral level in 2008-09. Students take three years of basic science and related courses, and then spend three years in the professional phase, with much of the final year devoted to clinical work at hospitals and other medical sites throughout the country. In addition to a traditional format, Findlay offers the nation’s only weekend PTA to DPT program for working physical therapy assistants. The first doctor of physical therapy degrees will be awarded in 2011.
Physician Assistant The physician assistant program, which was accredited in 2000 as a bachelor’s degree program, transitioned in January 2010 to a master of physician assistant to keep pace with increased standards in the profession. Accredited by The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA), the program produces graduates who are eligible to sit for the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination and to practice medicine as members of a team with their supervising physicians. They help deliver a broad range of medical and surgical services to diverse populations in rural and urban settings.
Health Informatics The University of Findlay began a one-year graduate certificate program in health informatics through the College of Health Professions. Health informatics deals with computerizing patient health care records and creating a database that can be shared among health care providers, which is being initiated by federal mandate. Findlay’s program emphasizes the importance of the resulting information and knowledge, appreciating technology as a tool. Transitioning to a master’s degree in health informatics is under consideration.
Academic Scholarship & Research Faculty and students are actively engaged in striving for academic excellence and doing creative research.
Symposium for Scholarship and Creativity Nearly 140 undergraduate and graduate students gave academic presentations, with more than 340 students recognized for their academic achievements, during the Symposium for Scholarship and Creativity held April 13, 2010. The presentations ranged from posters to academic papers to theater and art demonstrations, and also included alumni guest speakers for each of the six colleges.
Student Honor Societies Established Three new honor societies were established: Phi Kappa Phi, Chapter 310, the nation’s oldest, largest and most selective honor society for all academic disciplines; Sigma Xi, a scientific research society; and the Student Society of Health-System Pharmacists, a national pharmacy organization.
Dr. Louis Stulman Co-authors Book on Prophetic Literature Louis Stulman, Ph.D., chair of the department of religious studies, was the Richard E. Wilkin College of Liberal Arts Faculty Chair for 2009-10. He recently co-authored a book with Hyun Chul Paul Kim, “You Are My People: An Introduction to Prophetic Literature.”
Canine Cell Research Measures Response to Toxicity The College of Sciences received international media attention for research by faculty and undergraduate students who are studying dogs as a
reflection of community health. Dogs respond to toxicity similarly to humans and are being studied as indicators of the connection between health and environment. Michael Edelbrock, Ph.D., associate professor of biology, is studying canine cells using a process developed using human cells by Alexander Vaglenov, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences.
College of Sciences Conducts Research Other research conducted by faculty and students in the College of Sciences includes studying the effects of the infestation of the emerald ash borer by Dr. Ben Dolan, assistant professor of biology; conducting field research at local wetlands on the development of frogs with Dr. Terry Schwaner, dean; and survival analysis research on salamanders from Demorest, Ga., by Dr. Jessica Wooten, assistant professor of biology.
Women’s Basketball Team Named to National Academic Top 25 The women’s basketball team was named to the 2009-10 Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll for NCAA Division II by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association. The Oilers ranked 11th in the nation with a 3.506 GPA for the season.
Women’s Volleyball Earns Sixth National Team Academic Award The women’s volleyball team earned the American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award for the sixth consecutive year. The team earned a cumulative 3.62 GPA for 2009-10. The Oiler’s six-year run is tied for the sixth-longest streak in Division II. www.findlay.edu
Academic Outreach Academic activities at The University of Findlay aren’t confined to students on campus. The outreach of learning and service extends to the community and across the globe. Below are a few highlights.
UF Holds Second Global Economic Summit The College of Business held its second annual Global Economic Summit Feb. 11, 2010, with Roy Armes, CEO and president of Cooper Tire & Rubber Co., giving the keynote address. Also featured were area executives of Japanese-owned businesses and several business alumni, who gave their perspectives of business opportunities in a global environment. The economic summit was open to the community as well as students.
Business Classes Assist Small Businesses & Non-Profits Business classes, in partnership with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) Region 2 at Rhodes State College, have helped more than 40 local small business entrepreneurs/owners and non-profit organizations to develop business plans over the past three years.
International Exchanges Aid Learning Jeanette Drake, Ph.D., chair of the department of communication, participated in a three-week faculty exchange with the Vietnam National University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Ho Chi Minh City. Eighteen students from Chinju National University of Education in South Korea visited Findlay for an academic exchange Jan. 19 – Feb. 18, 2010, where they were paired with 16 student ambassadors in the College of Education. Seven Findlay students participated in the second Rakuno Gakuen University Pre-Veterinary Study Tour, traveling to Ebetsu, Japan, for three weeks in May and June 2010.
UF Offers Free Tutoring for Area Children The College of Education sponsors The Clubhouse, a free literacy outreach. The Clubhouse provides reading instruction and math help for area school-age children. The Clubhouse also provides an authentic experience for teacher education students. The Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative Inc. awarded $5,000 to purchase materials for learning activities, and the College of Education faculty established an endowed fund to help support the operation of the Clubhouse.
Broadway Star Performs at UF Through the Mary Snyder Kirk Musical Guest Chair, Broadway theater star Sutton Foster, accompanied by pianist and Grammy-nominated musical director Phil Reno, performed Jan. 31, 2010, for the campus and community. Foster has four Tony nominations, including winning Best Leading Actress in a Musical for “Thoroughly Modern Millie” in 2002.
First Arts Festival Held The University of Findlay hosted its first Arts Festival on June 6, 2010, with faculty and students giving demonstrations and workshops in pottery, painting, poetry, and even Photoshop. Crafts for children, live entertainment and roving artists contributed to a family atmosphere as campus and community members enjoyed a fun and informative event.
International Students Add Cultural Dimension During 2009-10, more than 500 international students from 27 countries and territories brought an intercultural flavor to campus and classes, enriching the educational experience for all students. The Intensive English Language program (IELP), which began in 1975, assists students in acquiring English language skills and a knowledge of American culture.
New Recreation Center The Clauss Ice Arena in the Koehler Fitness and Recreation Complex was converted to a student recreation center, opening fall semester 2010. Used primarily by the general student population, the student recreation center includes basketball, volleyball and tennis courts, a three-lane running/jogging track, a rock climbing wall, racquetball courts, weight room, game room, student lounge and Derrickâ€™s, a casual, quick-service restaurant. The second floor already housed a cardio center.
National Athletic Champions Western Equestrian Team Earns Fifth National Championship The western equestrian team captured its second consecutive Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) national championship in Lexington, Ky., in May. The western team also won national championships in 2001, 2005, 2007 and 2009.
English Equestrian Team Named Reserve Champions The English equestrian team tied for second at the IHSA national championship as they were named reserve champions. The team also placed second in 2003, 2004, 2007 and 2008 and won the national championship in 2001.
Outdoor Track and Field Places at Nationals Derrick Vicars took first place in the discus for the Oilers at the 2010 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field National Championship, leading the menâ€™s team to a 15th-place ranking in the nation.
Awards and Recognitions • Findlay was ranked for 2011 in the top tier of U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” in the Midwest for the fifth consecutive year and was named to the “A+ Schools for B Students” list. UF also was named a Best Midwestern College by the Princeton Review for 2011 for the fifth consecutive year. • The University of Findlay was named to the 2010 Presidents Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for exemplary service to the community for a second consecutive year by the Corporation for National and Community Service. Launched in 2006, this is the highest federal recognition for service-learning and civic engagement. • The University of Findlay was first in the nation among institutions served by Sodexo dining services for collecting 17,825 pounds of food during a 24-hour period. “Helping Hands Across America,” Sodexo’s nationwide food drive, was held Nov. 12, 2009. Students, faculty, staff and community members and businesses donated food, which was given to Chopin Hall (Christians Helping Other People in Need). • Findlay was named a Military-Friendly School for 2010 and 2011 by G.I. Jobs magazine. UF is among the top 15 percent of more than 7,000 colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students, and was included in the annual “Guide to Military Friendly Schools.” • On Aug. 26, 2009, Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland presented The University of Findlay with a
Governor’s Excellence in Exporting Award for “exporting” educational services to international students who come to Findlay to study in the master of business administration and other programs. UF is one of only four universities in Ohio to be recognized. • The College of Pharmacy and Allen County Health Partners received three awards for their collaborative initiative to improve patient care and safety. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) recognized them with the highest PSPC Performance Award, Clinical Pharmacy Services Improvement Award and the Life Saving Patient Safety Award as part of HRSA’s Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative. • The University of Findlay was recognized as a 2010 Promise Place with America’s Promise Alliance. The designation identifies the University as an organization that provides five developmental resources, or promises, that young people need for success in life: caring adults, safe places, a healthy start, an effective education and opportunities to help others. • The University of Findlay received the first Sportsmanship Award presented by the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC). Head coaches for basketball, football, volleyball, tennis, soccer, golf, baseball and softball ranked GLIAC schools for the best display of sportsmanship, both on and off the field of play, and at home and visitors’ venues. The University received $1,000 as part of the award.
Financial Aid Assists Students & Families Eighty percent of students received some form of financial aid in 200910, whether as scholarships, grants, loans or work-study awards. For the 2009-10 academic year, institutional aid per enrolled undergraduate student averaged $10,300, while the average institutional aid per new enrolled student was $13,735. In addition to gift aid, the University assists students and families in obtaining loans from public and private sources that amounted to approximately $39.7 million for 2009-10. Scholarships, grants and loans amounted to about $86 million for the period. Scholarships and other financial aid make the net cost of attending
Findlay for many students similar to the cost of attending public fouryear institutions in Ohio. Findlay’s merit awards, which ranged from $10,000 to $14,000 for those who qualified for them in 2009-10, helped many outstanding prospective students and their families to choose The University of Findlay. Families consider the unique and personal nature of a private college education to be a good value and make significant sacrifices for their children to attend Findlay. The generous gifts of the University’s alumni and friends in the form of endowment gifts and unrestricted operational funds help to ensure that students continue to be able to select Findlay for their undergraduate education.
Total Enrollment for 2009-10 Enrollment for full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate students: Undergraduate Graduate Total 2009-10 2009-10 2009-10 Business 373 472 845 Education 243 315 558 Health Professions 537 229 766 Pharmacy 242 108 350 Liberal Arts 343 52 395 Sciences 962 92 1,054 Other 125 0 125 TOTAL: 2,825 1,268 4,093
Millions of Dollars
Degrees Awarded for 2009-10
Institutional Financial Aid
College Associate Baccalaureate Business 0 114 Education 0 65 Health Professions 5 123 Pharmacy 0 0 Liberal Arts 1 87 Sciences 10 187 TOTAL: 16 576
Master’s Doctoral 278 0 101 0 96 0 0 49 21 0 34 0 530 49 www.findlay.edu
Total 392 166 224 49 109 231 1,171 12
Audited Financial Statement ($1,000s)
Financial results for fiscal year 2009-10, from July 1, 2009, to June 30, 2010, continued to be favorable. The operational budget was balanced, with a change in net assets from operations of $10.6 million. About $7.7 million from the operating budget was targeted to reduce debt and invested in several projects to further strengthen programs and facilities. Investment gains for the year were $4 million.
TOTAL Operating support and revenue: Student fees, net of scholarships $52,996 Auxiliary enterprises 13,193 Gifts and grants (includes federal and state funds) 12,145 Investment return designated for current operations 738 Other revenue 4,370 Total operating support and revenue 83,442 Operating expenses: Educational and general 55,426 Auxiliary enterprises 10,380 Depreciation and amortization 4,298 Interest 1,699 Actuarial change in annuity/liability 429 Other 637 Total operating expenses 72,869 Change in net assets from operations 10,573 Investment return in excess of amounts designated for current operations 3,228 Change in fair value of interest -208 Change in net assets 13,593 Net Assets: Beginning of year End of year
Gifts & Grants Total $5.8 Million Gifts and grants for July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010, totaled $5.8 million from donors, of whom 1,487 were alumni. A new, $40 million capital campaign, “Give Voice to Your Values,” was publicly launched Sept. 30, 2010, and will set the pace for fundraising in the coming year.
Pelton Bequest Creates Largest Endowed Fund The University of Findlay received a $1.9 million bequest from the estate of Emerson and Laura Pelton, creating the University’s largest endowed scholarship fund. The bequest will fund approximately $100,000 in scholarships each year for residents of Ohio who have excellent academic credentials and demonstrate financial need. The Peltons established the fund in 1993 with a gift of stock, with the understanding that their estate would be added to the scholarship fund after they passed. Natives of Bloomdale, they farmed in the area for many years before retiring to Arizona. Emerson died Feb. 27, 1999, and Laura passed away July 5, 2009.
Class Gifts Fund Landscaped Plaza The Classes of 2009, 2010 and 1960 chose as their class projects to create the Cory Street Plaza, a landscaped study area near the corner of North Cory Street and Davis Street. Three entranceways lead to a bricked plaza with tables and benches. Graduates and their parents were invited to donate $100 each for a brick engraved with the graduate’s name. Those who gave $1,000 or more are recognized with a bronze plaque. The Class of 1960 also endowed a scholarship fund as part of its 50th anniversary class gift.
125th Endowed Funds Drive The 125th Endowed Funds Drive, initiated in celebration of The University of Findlay’s 125th anniversary in 2007, has a goal to establish 125 new endowed funds for student scholarship, faculty development and program support. Between February 2008 and June 30, 2010, 99 new funds totaling more than $7.3 million have been created.
New Endowed Funds During 2009-2010, 20 new funds were fully endowed and 24 funds were created but not yet endowed (a minimum of $10,000 is needed to endow a fund). A total of 547 donors contributed $2,708,622 to the University’s endowment funds. Funds fully endowed in 2009-10 are noted below: • Dr. Kenneth J. Buchenroth Scholarship Endowment Fund • Buckeye Western Horse Association Scholarship Endowment Fund • Allyson Busch ’09 Western Equestrian Scholarship Endowment Fund • Class of 1959 Scholarship Endowment Fund • Elsie May Daubert ’46 Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund • Grace Leonard Farrell ’36 and Christina Taylor Florence ’94 Scholarship Endowment Fund • Lois Annabelle Foltz Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund • Dr. and Mrs. DeBow Freed Contemporary Christian Lecture Series • Great Lakes Conference Churches of God Scholarship Endowment Fund • Pam Hyland Scholarship Endowment Fund • Janet R. January ’64 Scholarship Endowment Fund • Keck Family Memorial Scholarship Endowment Fund • Shirley M. Lloyd Scholarship Endowment Fund • Lucinda V. Peters Scholarship Endowment Fund • Robert M. and Catherine M. Pritts Scholarship Endowed Fund • Jim and Karen (Van Nice ’72) Spurgat College of Science Research Endowment Fund • Jim and Karen (Van Nice ’72) Spurgat Music Department Endowment Fund • Town and Campus Scholarship Endowment Fund • Dr. Ann Whithaus Nuclear Medicine Institute Scholarship Endowment Fund • Dale Wilkinson Western Equestrian Scholarship Endowment Fund
Total Lifetime Giving Individuals $1,000,000 and Above
Dr. and Mrs. C. Richard Beckett Dr.* Edward W. and Dr. Joyce Brewer Mr.* W. Robert and Mrs. Marilyn Y. Brewer Mrs. Ruth Corwin Endly* Dr. Philip D. Gardner* Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Gardner Mr.* O. J. and Mrs.* Georgia Huffman Mr. and Mrs. James C. Koehler Dr. Robert A. Malcolm* Mr.* Emerson D. and Mrs.* Laura E. Pelton Dr. Charles J. and Dr. Mariann D. Younger
$750,000 - $999,999
Mrs. Margaret M. Palmer Dr.* Patrick W. and Mrs. Sondra D. Rooney Dr. Richard E. and Mrs. Jennifer L. Payne-White
$500,000 - $749,000
Mrs. Marguerite T. Armstrong Mr. Wilbur G. Clauss* Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Donnell Dr. Edward Dumbauld* Dr.* Vernon E. and Mrs. Regina R. Garner Mrs. Hester P. Grimm* Mr. and Mrs. L. Jack Ruscilli Mrs. Kathleen V. Snavely Ms. Garnet Thompson* Dr. and Mrs. George M. Whitson
$250,000 - $499,999
Mr. James J. Beeson* Ms. Dorothy L. Burgoon* Mr. and Mrs. Alvia R. Charnes Mrs. Arletta Firestine* Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Foster Mr.* Kenneth L. and Mrs.* Margaret Frost Mr. Philip J. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Hollington Jr. Mr.* William H. and Mrs.* Martha E. Lape Mr.* Dudley and Mrs.* Mary Marks Lea Mr. S. Blair Lent Jr.* Mr.* John M. and Mrs. Patricia M. Luther Dr.* James H. and Dr.* Jean C. Nye Mr. Arthur D. Patterson* Mr.* Sterling H. and Mrs.* Meredith M. Pfeiffer Mr. Ted Rand* Dr. Charles E. Reed* Ms. Nellie Ritz* 15
Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Spragg Mr. and Mrs. Jim C. Spurgat Mr. and Mrs. John Tague Ms. Kathryn L. Wenzel Dr.* Dale and Mrs. Lucy Wilkinson Mr. Roger Wohl
Mr. Bruce Vickery Mrs. Josephine A. Wilson* Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Wolfe
$100,000 - $249,999
$1,000,000 and Above
Ms. Gertrude O. Anderson* Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Ballinger Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Barchent Mrs. Mabel C. Bauer* Ms. Elizabeth W. Bean Mrs. Barbara Brenner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Buis Ms. Lora Wiest Burgderfer* Dr. James L. Child Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cicak Ms. Jane H. Clark Mr.* J. Allen and Mrs.* Elizabeth C. Clopper Drs. DeBow and Catherine Freed Ms. Wendy Gerber Dr. Edwin L. and Mrs.* Barbara Heminger Ms. Olivia Hoecker Dr.* Harold D. and Mrs.* Eleanor G. Hoopman Dr. Edwin L. Kennedy* Dr. Mary S. Kirk* Dr. and Mrs.* George H. Koepke Mr. and Mrs. David P. Kuenzli Mr.* Thomas M. and Mrs. Marjorie E. Lacey Dr. Leon C. Lantz* Dr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Mallett Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Mallett Mr. Stephen R. Mariucci Mrs. Carolyn M. Marvin* Dr. and Mrs. August C. Mazza Mrs. Mary Alice McDaniel* Mr. Larry and Mrs. Joann* Miles Ms. Gussie Moffitt* Ms. Geraldine Moss* Ms. Kaaren D. Powell Ms. Paula Quirarte Mrs. Jane M. Rainis Ms. Helen O. Reimund* Dr. and Mrs. J. Alec Reinhardt Mr. Robert A. Rosenfeld Mr. John S. Sawvel* Ms. Joan Schroeder Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Schwinn Mr. Douglas M. Shafer* Mr. Mitchel Slotnick Dr. and Mrs. Glenn E. Stout Mr.* Maurice and Mrs.* Reva Terry
Businesses and Corporations Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. Marathon Oil Co. Inc. W & B Realty Ltd.
$750,000 - $999,999
Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Ohio Sodexo Inc.
$250,000 - $499,999
Blanchard Valley Hospital The Findlay Publishing Co. Five University Investors Ltd. Hancor, Inc.
$100,000 - $249,999
Bank One Fifth Third Bank of Northwest Ohio Huntington National Bank Marathon Petroleum LLC Marriott Corp. OHM Remediation Services Corp. Patterson Building RCA Time Warner Cable Whitson Properties
Foundations, Organizations, Estates and Trusts, and Grants $1,000,000 and Above
Churches of God, General Conference U.S. Department of Health and Human Services U.S. Division of Facilities Compliance and Recovery U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters Estate of Laura E. Pelton Estate of Ruth Corwin Endly Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges State of Ohio Department of Education U.S. Department of Education
$750,000 - $999,999
The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation
$500,000 - $749,999
Ameritech Ohio Foundation Estate of Edward E. Brewer Estate of Garnet Thompson Huffman Marital Trust U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Whirlpool Foundation
$250,000 - $499,999
1525 Foundation Dudley Lea Trust Estate of Arletta Firestine Estate of Dorothy L. Burgoon Estate of Edward Dumbauld Estate of James H. Nye Estate of Kathryn L. Wenzel Estate of Mary Marks Lea Estate of S. Blair Lent Jr. Estate of William H. Lape James J. Beeson Trust Nellie Ritz Estate Scholarship Fund Rollin M. Gerstacker Foundation The Ohio Academic Resources Network/OSU U. S. Department of Labor
$100,000 - $249,999
Bremer Foundation Charles E. Reed Charitable Remainder Trust Charles E. Schell Foundation Douglas M. Shafer Trust Eastern Regional Churches of God Conference Estate of Carolyn M. Marvin Estate of Dr. Charles E. Reed Estate of Gussie Moffitt Estate of Kenneth L. Frost Estate of Leon Charles Lantz Estate of Lora Wiest Burgderfer Estate of Mabel C. Bauer Estate of Mary Alice McDaniel Geraldine Moss Scholarship Fund H. Fort Flowers Foundation Hobart and Lottie Faulkner Trust Jacob G. Schmidlapp Trust Mazza Enthusiasts Association Ohio Board of Regents Ohio Department of Development Retirement Research Foundation The Hauss-Helms Foundation Inc. Toledo Public Schools U. S. Dept of Education International Programs United States Steel Foundation Inc. Virginia B. Gardner Trust * denotes deceased
Contributions During Fiscal Year 2009-10 â€˘ July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010 Individuals
$100,000 and Above Dr. and Mrs. C. Richard Beckett Mr. S. Blair Lent Jr.* Mr. Stephen R. Mariucci Mrs. Laura E. Pelton* Dr. Richard E. and Mrs. Jennifer L. Payne-White
$50,000 - $99,999
Ms. Dianne Freudenschuss Ms. Colleen McFadden Mrs. Margaret M. Palmer Mr. Thomas J. Romano Ms. Priscilla J. Siegler Ms. Jacqueline S. Watskin Dr. and Mrs. George M. Whitson Ms. Cathy Wieschhoff Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Wolfe Dr. Charles J. and Dr. Mariann D. Younger
$25,000 - $49,999
Mr. Dominic Catalano Ms. Lisa L. Coucke Ms. Catherine J. Cusack Ms. Lynn S. Gregory Ms. Mary Ghrist James Mrs. Shirley M. Lloyd* Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Mallett Ms. Lynda McNeely Mr. Patrick Nisbett Ms. Vicki O'Hara Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy L. Pemberton
$10,000 - $24,999
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis E. Bishop Mrs. Peggy McGinty Brannigan Mr. Adolphus A. Busch IV Mr. and Mrs. Clifford C. Cook Ms. Marissa Dalton Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Davis Mr. David P. Ferguson and Ms. Karen Schwarzwalder Mr. Matthew Flarida Mr. Matt Hoostal Dr. Sharon M. Horn Mr. John M. Keck Mrs. Doris J. Kimble
Dr. Vimal Kumar Mrs. Patricia M. Luther Ms. J. Ellen Malson Ms. Sharon G. Milligan The Hon. and Mrs. Michael G. Oxley Dr. and Mrs. J. Alec Reinhardt Ms. Nancy Ridner Mr. and Mrs. L. Jack Ruscilli Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Schott Ms. Ida C. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Jim C. Spurgat Dr. Ann Whithaus Mr. David G. Wilkins Ms. Angela Winston Mr. and Mrs. David E. Yates
$5,000 - 9,999
Ms. Dawn L. Boike Mrs. Linda Boyd Mrs. Marilyn Y. Brewer Ms. Nancy Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Carter Mr. Jerald F. Clark Dr. and Mrs. Frank A. Cosiano Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Couchot Mr. and Mrs. Greg Coward Ms. Cindi L. Di Marzo Mr. and Mrs. Jim Geyer Mr. and Mrs. Barry R. Hamilton Mrs. Sara J. Harrington Mr. Michael E. Harrington and Ms. Anne Pramaggiore Dr. Edwin L. Heminger Dr. and Mrs. James D. Houdeshell Mr. Jeffrey A. Johnson Dr. and Mrs. G. Richard Kern Mr. and Mrs. James C. Koehler Dr. Benjamin S. Lawson and Dr. Mary Sterner Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Larry L. Miles Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Norton Mr. Wayne A. and Dr. Linda M. Peck Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Pritts Ms. Terry L. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Rooney Mr. and Mrs. James H. Rooney Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Schmiedebusch Ms. Michele Silberhorn Dr. and Mrs. Donald W. Stansloski
Ms. Iza Trapani Mr. and Mrs. James W. Walpole Mr. Scott Weasel
$3,000 - $4,999
Anonymous Ms. Myra Barrowman Mr. and Mrs. John M. Beall Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Alvia R. Charnes Dr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Donnell Dr. Shiv K. Gupta Mr. and Mrs. Karl Heminger Mr. and Mrs. Robin M. Hunziker Mr.* and Mrs. Charles M. Hymes Mr. and Mrs. John H. Koehler Mr. and Mrs. Chris Kromer Ms. Marian S. Lowe Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Lucas Ms. Barbara McConnell Dr. and Mrs.* James A. Miller Mr. Merril B. Mirsky Mr. and Mrs. David L. Morris Ms. Robin Murphy Mr. Gudrun Olafsdottir
Ms. Beth Peck Mr. Paul Bane Phillippi Mr. and Mrs. James P. Rogers Dr. and Mrs. William E. Ruse Mr. Andrew F. Smyth Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. Souply Mr. Brian L. and Dr. Teresa L. Young
$1,000 - $2,999
Dr. and Mrs. William H. Alcott Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Anderson Anonymous Donor Mr. Alan A. Baker Dr. and Mrs. Luke Bartolomeo Mr. and Mrs. Troy D. Berry Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Bonifas Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Brossia Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Buis Mr. Ronald C. Cable Dr. Daniel J. May and Mrs. Cheryl D. Cape Dr. and Mrs. William S. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Cassin Mrs. Lynn R. Child Dr. Bruce Clayton Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Cole
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Collins Mrs. Judy Corner Hon. Dr. Jo Ann H. Davidson Mrs. Lois E. Denman Mr.* and Mrs. William C. DeWitt Dr. and Mrs.* Frank Dick Mr. and Mrs. Floyd C. Dickman Dr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Dillon Mrs. Sara F. Dolmayer Mr. and Mrs. William Donovan Ms. Lois Ehlert Mr. and Mrs. David W. Emsweller Dr. Raymond P. Evans Mr. and Mrs. George A. Everett Mrs. Barbara B. Falk Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Fay Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Ferris Mr. Earl M. Fletcher Mr. C. H. Forney* Mr. and Mrs. Randolph J. Fortener Ms. Marla Frazee Drs. DeBow and Catherine Freed The Hon. and Mrs. Robert A. Fry Mr. and Mrs. Dennis W. Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Gompers Dr. and Mrs. Ivan W. Gorr Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hackenberg Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Hall Dr. and Mrs. Gary M. Harpst Dr. and Mrs. Philip E. Havens Mr. Kevin C. Hawkes Ms. Henrietta Hayes Mr. Scott M. Hingson Dr. and Mrs. Gary Hirschfeld Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Hollington Jr. Mrs. Elizabeth G. Hoople Dr. Frederick W. Howes Mr. and Mrs. Derek F. Hutchinson Mrs. Audrice M. Hutson Dr. Ed Hyland Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Ingold Mr. Chris G. Jaquillard Mr. Johnnie D. Johnson and Mrs. Geraldine Foster Ms. Carolyn H. Karg Dr. and Mrs. Kevin D. Kern Mr. and Mrs. James E. Klein Mr. Ron and Dr. Andrea W. Koepke Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Kruse Mr. and Mrs. David P. Kuenzli Mr. Kamal Kumar Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Kurjan Mrs. Luella L. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. Lewis
Ms. Grace Lin Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Longsderff Dr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Lucas Dr. Richard W. Malcolm Dr. and Mrs. Jerry J. Mallett Mrs. Barbara N. Maugans Dr. and Mrs. August C. Mazza Mrs. Elizabeth McBride Ms. Emily A. McCully Dr. and Mrs. Larry G. McDougle Dr. and Mrs. Jeffery A. McMath Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. McNish Mr. and Mrs. John S. Meyers Mr. and Mrs. Dwight A. Miller Ms. Elizabeth A. Mills Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Minto Mr. and Mrs. Ronald P. Niekamp Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H. Nolan Mr. and Mrs. C. Paul Palmer IV Mr. and Mrs. Carleton P. Palmer Mr. and Mrs. James C. Parks Mr. Ryan Patterson Mr. Matthew T. Peck and Ms. Sarah Frances Watson Mr. and Mrs. David J. Pelphrey Mr. and Mrs. J. Duane Philipp Dr. Mark A. Pitts Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Pleiman Dr. and Mrs. William H. Reist Mrs. Hazel N. Reist Mrs. Treva S. Rice Mr. and Mrs. William P. Rooney Mrs. Sondra D. Rooney Pastor and Mrs. Edward L. Rosenberry Ms. Susan Roth Mr. and Mrs. Barry J. Roussel Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Salisbury Dr. and Mrs. LeRoy L. Schroeder Mr. Jeffrey R. Seever Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Shepard Mrs. Nancy L. Short Mr. and Mrs. R. Eugene Slough Mr. David and Dr. Jennifer C. Smith Mr. Christopher L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Smolinski Mr. Roger C. Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Solt Mr. Gennady Spirin Mr. and Mrs. Gene Stevens Dr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Stevenson Dr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Swartz Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Terry Terhark Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Terry
Dr. and Mrs. James H. Thompson Mr. Duane Tooman Mr. Charles Vess Mr. and Mrs. Brian Washington Mr. and Mrs. Billy J. Watterson Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Weasel Mr. and Mrs. Thad F. Whitinger Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Wilkin Ms. Virginia M. Willoughby Mr. Rodney K. Womer Lt. Col. and Mrs. James W. Woodward Mr. Dennis A. and Dr. Barbara Zahler Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Zoll
Businesses and Corporations $100,000 and Above W&B Realty Ltd.
$50,000 - $99,999 Whitson Properties
$25,000 - $49,999
Five University Investors Ltd.
$10,000 - $24,999
Belleau Farm Buckeye Western Horse Association Marathon Matching Gift Plan
$5,000 - $9,999
Callies Performance Products Inc. Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. Dominoâ€™s Pizza Fifth Third Bank of Northwest Ohio HWE Community Trust Fund Inc. Jo Ann Reisler Ltd. Kennedy Printing Co. Marathon Oil Co. StraightLine
$3,000 - $4,999
Byard-Mercer Pharmacy Findlay Inn and Conference Center First Federal Bank of the Midwest Huntington National Bank Kalmbach Feeds Inc. Marathon Petroleum LLC Outback Steakhouse The Findlay Publishing Co. Whirlpool Corp. Findlay Division
$1,000 - $2,999
Alvada Construction Inc. Aviation Manufacturing Co. Inc. BankAmerica Foundation Bennett Enterprises Inc. Blanchard Valley Health Association Bliss Charters Buckeye TeleSystem Cartwright Electric LLC Cincinnati Insurance Co. City Barbeque of Findlay Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Ohio Country Inn & Suites Crowe Horwath LLP CSI Construction Services Inc. Dick's Auto Supply Drug Free Action Alliance Drury Inn & Suites - Findlay Eastman & Smith Employee Benefit Management Corp. Financial Design Group Findlay Transmission Service Center Inc. Friends Business Source Full Spectrum Tack Shop Garlock Brothers Construction Inc. Gene Stevens Auto & Truck Center Haar & Haar Painting LLC Hancock-Wood Electric Cooperative Inc. Heartlight Pharmacy Services HiMARKS LLC Holiday Inn Express Hotel and Suites HTI Hall Trucking Express Inc. Huntington Insurance Jerry August Georgia Connection Kuenzli & Son Paving Inc. LaRiche Chevrolet-Cadillac LaRiche Toyota-Subaru Inc. Mennel Milling Co. MF Athletic Co. National Lime and Stone Co. Northwestern Mutual Financial Network Pharmacists Mutual Insurance Co. PinnacleSource Financial Solutions Pioneer Seed Corn PNC Capital Markets RCM Architects Reineke Ford-Lincoln-Mercury Rexam Foundation Rowmark Inc. RX Insider Sidney Electric/ITS Group Sodexo Special Maintenance Roofing Tall Timbers Distribution Center/Ohio Logistics
The Ohio Art Co. The RightThing Inc. TownePlace Suites by Marriott Trisco Systems Inc. Tri-State Floor and Ceiling Inc. Vaughn Industries Verizon Wireless Von's Diamonds & Jewelry Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Waste Management Yates & Young Plumbing & Heating Co.
Foundations, Organizations, Estates and Trusts, and Grants $100,000 and Above Estate of Laura E. Pelton Estate of S. Blair Lent Jr.
$50,000 - $99,999
Eastern Regional Churches of God Conference The Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges Toledo Community Foundation
$25,000 - $49,999
Charles E. Schell Foundation Estate of Shirley M. Lloyd Great Lakes Conference Churches of God
$5,000 - $9,999
Churches of God, General Conference CVS Charitable Trust Inc. Hancock County Convention and Visitors Bureau MEPAC Match Program Ohio Environmental Service Industries Schoonmaker Family Charitable Lead Trust
$3,000 - $4,999
Anonymous Hobart and Lottie Faulkner Trust
$1,000 - $2,999
AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP Churches of God-Women's Ministries College First Church Of God Estate of C. H. Forney Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Findlay Light Opera Co. General Electric Foundation GreaterFindlay Inc. H. Fort Flowers Foundation Hancock County ADAMHS IEA Zone 5 Region 2 Larry G. White Trust NACDS Foundation Raymond James Charitable Endowment Fund Tall Timbers Industrial Park Association The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving US Track & Field & CC Coaches Association Wynford Elementary School
$10,000 - $24,999
A. Jeannette Grimme Revocable Living Trust Doris and Floyd Kimble Foundation Estate of James E. Jones Georgia L. Huffman Trust Huffman Marital Trust
Non-Profit Organization U.S. Postage PAID Findlay, OH Permit #83
1000 North Main St. Findlay, Ohio 45840-3653 www.findlay.edu
University Board of Trustees 2009-10 James Appold Consolidated Biscuit Co. McComb, Ohio
Jerald F. Clark Atlas Industries Inc. Fremont, Ohio
John H. Haywood Whirlpool Corp. Findlay, Ohio
Pastor Penny S. Mosher First Church of God Columbia City, Ind.
Pamela K.M. Beall Marathon Petroleum Co. LLC Findlay, Ohio
Clifford C. Cook Marathon Petroleum Co. LLC Findlay, Ohio
Karl L. Heminger Findlay Publishing Co. Findlay, Ohio
C. Richard Beckett, D.V.M., chair Animal Care Centers of America Findlay, Ohio
Frank A. Cosiano, M.D. Findlay Family Practice Findlay, Ohio
Richard R. Hollington Jr. Baker & Hostetler Cleveland, Ohio
Tim H. Nesler Energy Maintenance Services Group I LLC Houston, Texas
Dennis E. Bishop Bishop Farms/Bishop-Kandel Rentals Findlay, Ohio
Craig A. Crotteau Ball Janik LLP Portland, Ore.
Kotaro Kake Kake Educational Institution Okayama, Japan
John E. Bodart Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. Findlay, Ohio
Hon. Jo Ann Davidson JAD and Associates LLC Columbus, Ohio
Mary Lehman Mendon, Ohio
Don R. Carter Lancaster, Pa.
Mary A. Etter Dissinger Dissinger & Dissinger Camp Hill, Pa.
Mark D. Cassin Fifth Third Bank Findlay, Ohio A.R. Charnes McCormick, S.C. Lynn R. Child CentraComm Communications LLC Findlay, Ohio
Hon. Robert A. Fry Findlay Municipal Court Findlay, Ohio Gary M. Harpst Six Disciplines Corp. Findlay, Ohio
Richard W. Longsderff Lancaster, Pa.
C. Paul Palmer IV National Lime & Stone Co. Findlay, Ohio Pastor William H. Reist College First Church of God Findlay, Ohio Pastor Edward L. Rosenberry Churches of God, General Conference Findlay, Ohio
Pastor Thomas L. Lucas Dillsburg, Pa.
Louis “Jack” Ruscilli Ruscilli Construction Co. Inc. Columbus, Ohio
L. Don Manley II Bonita Springs, Fla.
William E. Ruse, J.D. Findlay, Ohio
Dwight A. Miller Dash Mac Enterprises Champaign, Ill.
Pastor George M. Showers Seville Community Church of God Elwell, Mich.
D. Richard Stephens Van Buren, Ohio James W. Walpole Naples, Fla. Brian Washington AstraZeneca Wilmington, Del. Thomas J. Weissling Huntington Insurance Inc. Westerville, Ohio Richard E. White, vice chair Scottsdale, Ariz. Harold P. Wolfe Findlay, Ohio David E. Yates Oak Ridge, Tenn. Brian L. Young State Farm Insurance & Financial Services Vandalia, Ohio Charles J. Younger Findlay, Ohio