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TABLE OF CONTENTS Annual Report 2012-2013

Letter from the Head of School

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Fit for the Future

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Admission 6 Academics 8 College Guidance

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Student Life

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Buildings and Grounds

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Advancement 18 Endowment 22 Revenue and Expenditures

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Report of Gifts

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The John M. George Society

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Leadership Gifts

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Gifts to Capital and Special Projects

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Gifts to the Fitness and Athletics

Capital Initiative

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Gifts to Endowment

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Gifts from Alumni and Students

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Gifts from Parents and Grandparents

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Gifts from George School Committee Members, Faculty, and Staff

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Gifts from Friends

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Tribute Gifts

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Volunteers

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Letter from the Head of School

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Thank You

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Head of School Nancy Starmer talked with Cyrus Vakili ’13, Arielle Haug ’14, Jessica Malerman ’13, Dan Kim ’13, Tanzie Thomas ’13, and Susannah Perkins ’13 on South Porch.

Dear Friends, I am enormously grateful to the community of graduates and friends that has been willing to support and invest in George School. Because of you, we have superb facilities, a dynamic program, a strong faculty, and an extraordinarily diverse and talented student population. Community support goes way back to the group of Hicksite Quakers who together purchased the farm on which George School now stands, and to John M. George himself, who left the first planned gift to the school. His bequest built Main, Orton, and the original school gymnasium, and inspired William Bancroft, whose contributions in the early part of the school’s first century built Bancroft, Retford, the Infirmary, and several faculty and staff houses. He also initiated the school’s first capital campaign inspiring the support of a much broader community of George School graduates and friends. Pivotal donors like John M. George and William Bancroft are critical. They are critical for their own transformative contributions, but they are also critical for inspiring others.

George School would not be the extraordinary place that it is today without the support of both the pivotal donors and the broader George School community. And George School is an extraordinary place today. I could go on and on with examples, but will limit myself to the description of a program that we initiated this past school year. Three years ago, our first student from Afghanistan (we now have a second) commented in meeting for worship one day how surprised she was that hardly any of her peers had asked her questions—about her religion and its practices (she is Muslim), her home culture, her beliefs about gender roles, or what she thought about the United States’ involvement in Afghanistan. That sparked a conversation in which we learned that it wasn’t that her peers weren’t curious; in fact, they were deeply so. They were just afraid of appearing naïve or of offending her with questions that might be too personal. That conversation resulted in a program this year that we have called our Civil Discourse Initiative, a series of assemblies focused on modeling how to have substantive, open, respectful conversations across and about what are often


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I HOPE YOU WILL RESPOND TO OUR APPEALS FOR ENDOWMENT SUPPORT, BECAUSE OVER THE NEXT FIVE YEARS, IN ANTICIPATION OF OUR 125TH ANNIVERSARY IN 2018, WE ARE ALSO FOCUSING ON RAISING THE FUNDS FOR OUR CORE COMMITMENTS TO THE ANNUAL FUND, SCHOLARSHIPS, FACULTY AND STAFF COMPENSATION, PROGRAM GROWTH, AND THE SUSTAINABILITY OF OUR CAMPUS AND FACILITIES.

deeply held and deeply personal differences. These are the kinds of topics that my generation was instructed never to discuss in polite company: politics, race, religion, class. Yet here we are at a time in our history when civil conversation across such differences is needed more than ever, and in a school where the opportunity for such discourse is all around us. I cannot say that modeling civil discourse across differences has been easy, or that the project has been entirely successful, but it has been very rich. It has also demonstrated that when our students have a framework for approaching difficult topics, they can do so openly and productively. They are also able to do this because we are a Quaker school where the shared purpose of answering that of God in everyone frames even the most difficult and personal interactions. The hope that our graduates will be able to change the world for the better is part of George School’s ethos. The challenges and opportunities are different for today’s students, but for the past 120 years this school has turned out hopeful, optimistic, thoughtful, open young people who are poised to survive and thrive in whatever environment confronts them. Currently, as you know, we are focusing on providing the right tools for the development of active bodies and minds through improvements to our fitness and athletic facilities. Athletics and physical education are integral parts of the complete educational experience at George School. We consistently hear from alumni that the relationships they built on the field or court are some of the most important relationships of their lives—and we are committed to providing our students with a comprehensive learning environment for developing and practicing lifelong fitness and wellness.

I am thrilled to say that thanks to some pivotal donors as well as an extraordinarily large community of 420 other benefactors, we’re 85 percent of the way to our fundraising goal for these facilities. We want to raise the remainder of the funds by fall 2014 when the new 100,000 square foot Fitness and Athletics Center will open. We will be appealing to all of you for help over the next sixteen months, and I hope very much that you’ll respond. And after that, I hope you will respond to our appeals for endowment support, because over the next five years, in anticipation of our 125th anniversary in 2018, we are also focusing on raising the funds for our core commitments to the annual fund, scholarships, faculty and staff compensation, program growth, and the sustainability of our campus and facilities. Again, none of us can predict the future that we’ll be sending our students into in ten, fifty, or seventy-five years from now. But I am confident that if we are true to our mission, and if we all do what we’re able to provide our students and teachers with the tools they need, George School will continue to send young people out into the world to make a positive difference, for generations to come.


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125 th Anniversary Fundraising Initiative

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Woodworking teacher Carter Sio ’76 reviewed clamping techniques with Alex Lambros ’13, Margo Carmean ’15, and Shawn Chi ’13.

Fit for the Future Initiative

In spring 2013 the George School Committee, the school’s board of trustees, authorized a landmark fundraising campaign to ensure the health and vitality of the school. Head of School Nancy Starmer announced the new fundraising initiative, Fit for the Future, during her state of the school address on Alumni Weekend. “As George School looks toward its one-hundred-andtwenty-fifth anniversary in 2018, we are focused on maintaining what makes George School special and keeping it strong for the future,” said Nancy. “To do that will require substantial new resources in three particular areas: a strong annual fund, capital enhancements to our fitness and athletics facilities, and endowment funds for our core commitments to financial aid, faculty and staff support, and environmental sustainability.” Building a Strong Annual Fund

A strong Annual Fund ensures that George School remains a remarkable educational institution. It is financed by gifts from students, faculty, staff, alumni, families, and friends

and supports the current year operating budget. Gifts to the Annual Fund help pay for day-to-day expenses for student activities, field trips, special assemblies, visiting speakers, classroom technology, faculty and staff professional developments, athletics, and campus needs. “Giving to the Annual Fund is a great opportunity to participate in the life of the school,” said Amy Ward Brimmer P ’10, ’14, and George School Committee member, in comments after Nancy’s remarks. “By making a gift to the Annual Fund, all donors—from our graduating seniors to alumni, to faculty and staff—are claiming their role in the community.” A strong Annual Fund empowers the people, programs, and performances that make George School such a remarkable educational institution. At current levels of giving, the Annual Fund provides a benefit to George School equal to $25 million in additional endowment funds. Gifts to the Annual Fund are of primary importance. Without a strong Annual Fund, George School would not be able to continue to provide students with a transformative educational experience.


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In March 2013, George School broke ground on a spectacular 100,000 square-foot brick and glass Fitness and Athletics Center.

Enhancing Our Fitness & Athletics Facilities

The new Fit for the Future campaign builds upon the significant success George School has achieved in completing a number of specific capital projects—building the Mollie Dodd Anderson Library, renovating McFeely for the History Department, and replacing our 1903 track with a new allweather running track and synthetic turf field. Today we are working to fully fund our new Fitness and Athletics Center. George School’s athletics programs are deeply aligned with our core values of transformative teaching and learning, personal integrity, unity in diversity, and responsibility to others. Our sports teams are places where students—from all over the world and from many different backgrounds— connect and work together in pursuit of a common goal. We encourage our athletes to test their own limits under the guidance of expert coaches, push themselves to develop their fullest potential, and compete to win. “In March 2013, we broke ground on a new 100,000 square foot Fitness and Athletics Center that will be an extraordinary space for team sports, physical education, and fitness programs,” Nancy said. “We end this year 15 percent away from our goal. We are counting on all of you to help us finish the fundraising campaign for this remarkable building. The next step in our fitness and athletics capital program is enhancements to our equestrian program.”

The new LEED-certified Fitness and Athletics Center will include: • A fully-equipped 4,200 square foot fitness center • A performance gym with seating for approximately four hundred spectators • A field house with two courts and seating for more than four hundred spectators • A state-of-the-art pool with space for nearly two hundred spectators • A wrestling room • A yoga and exercise studio • An athletic training room with hydrotherapy and daily treatment area • Classrooms • Athletic Department offices and conference room • Locker rooms for students, faculty, staff, and visiting teams. George School is committed to providing a comprehensive learning environment for developing and practicing lifelong fitness and wellness. New studies show that athletics challenge students cognitively and physically and aid them in enhancing critical thinking, decision making, timemanagement, and problem solving skills. Staying fit through physical-education and athletic offerings also helps to counter the impact of stress and fatigue and promote a sense of well-being. “Sports and athletic activities have always been central to the lives of every student,” said David Bruton ’53, a former George School committee clerk who was celebrating his sixtieth reunion with classmates during Alumni Weekend.


Student Annual Fund committee members gathered to celebrate their success. In alphabetical order, the students are Maggie Cherney ’14, Qudsiyyah Collings ’15, Sydney Denmark ’14, Emily Dunbar ’13, Tasha English ’14, Lily Falk ’15, Fritz Hillegas ’15, Rachael Lippincott ’13, Jessica Malerman ’13, Monica Nadeau ’15, Juli Pham ’14, Le Phan ’14, Ly Phan ’13, Johvany Plaisime ’16, Catherine Rodgers ’14, Ali Sacchi ’14, Chesa Sacchi ’14, Emily Sohn ’14, Emily Stone ’13, Clarisse Taboy ’13, Tanzie Thomas ’13, and Richard Williams ’15.

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“We are working on a major redo and expansion of our facilities for athletics and exercise in a way that demonstrates our commitment to the importance of fitness.” Supporting Our Core Commitments

A healthy endowment creates the financial foundation George School needs to provide an exceptional educational experience for students, maintain our leadership position in financial aid, provide competitive salaries for talented faculty and staff, and lighten our footprint as we strive for environmental sustainability. “The importance of the endowment cannot be overstated,” said David Bourns, former head of school who also was interviewed after Nancy’s state of school address. “It is just not possible to raise the kind of funds necessary to provide support for the infrastructure of the school from annual giving. If you make a large endowment gift, it will be with the school forever.” Endowment Funds for Faculty and Staff. The quality of George School teachers has always been one of the school’s greatest strengths. To attract and retain outstanding teachers, the school must offer attractive salaries and show a commitment to expanding opportunities for professional growth. Recent increases in faculty salaries have been made possible through income generated by new endowed chairs and by significant tuition increases. The school is now faced with the challenge of continuing to provide better faculty compensation while keeping tuition increases to a minimum. Endowment Funds for Financial Aid. George School is strengthened by its diversity—we strive to be a microcosm of the world. One of the ways we reach for this lofty goal is through the endowment funds for financial aid or tuition assistance. Nearly 50 percent of our families receive financial aid, making George School a leader among independent

schools nationwide in its socioeconomic diversity. Demand for financial aid exceeds the funds currently available. Endowment Funds for Environmental Sustainability. Gifts to endowment funds for environmental sustainability will enable us to make choices that are consistent with our commitment to the faithful care of the environment. Like our care for the planet, your gift will be thoughtfully invested and the earnings will be used at a sustainable rate so that your generosity will provide income to the school in perpetuity. Unrestricted Endowment Funds. George School’s endowment is the foundation upon which all of our big dreams are built. These gifts work throughout the school to underpin all of the good that George School does for its students. And, by helping the school become less tuition dependent, your generosity helps ensure that George School has the funds to initiate innovative programs as they are conceived and to respond confidently to unforeseen conditions which put pressure on the day-to-day operating budget. Meeting the Challenge

George School’s future is in our hands. We must provide for long-term financial and educational health, so that we can continue to develop and enrich our academic and extracurricular program offerings. We must pay teachers for their important work and provide the same level of financial aid that was available to George School students at the time of the school’s founding in 1893. Reaching our goal will require extraordinary generosity from our entire community. Gifts can be made in various ways including cash, securities, real estate and tangible personal property, as well as planned gifts. Contact Director of Institutional Advancement Dan Breen at 215.579.6575 for more information.

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Admission Reflections on an Admission Year

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Johvany Plaisime ’16, Tran Anh Nguyen ’16, Rena Wang ’16, Rowen Light-Wills ’16, Clarisse Taboy ’13, Elly Thomas ’16, Jake Malavsky ’15, Lizzy Mahoney ’15, Jacob Fisher ’14, and Kelt Tobunluepop ’16 welcomed alumni and friends to George School.

In the fall, George School welcomed 121 members to the Class of 2017 as a result of another successful admission cycle in 2012-2013. These enthusiastic first-year students bring to the community wide-ranging and eclectic interests, a multitude of academic and extracurricular talents, and a diversity of perspectives. Measurements of the Admission Office’s success take many forms: 1,558 inquiries from families in fifty-two countries and forty states, full enrollment (546) early in the year, and the impressive caliber and diversity of incoming students. Faculty and staff members who have met with these students describe them as intelligent, creative, playful, kind, generous, strong, compassionate, socially conscious, athletic, remarkable, enthusiastic, resilient, and courageous. This year the admission staff connected with more families in more ways. Early in the process, this meant more travel by Admission Office—as well as the larger Institutional Advancement Office—staff. “We’re in a relationship business,” says Director of Admission and Enrollment Management Christian Donovan ’95. “When we go to places and establish personal contact,

students apply.” George School representatives visited nineteen states and thirteen foreign countries in 2012-2013. “The world changes. We have to be responsive to market changes and where families are interested in boarding schools,” explains Director of International Admission Jenna Davis ’78. The staff is always on the watch for demographic shifts, such as the decreasing number of U.S. high-school-age students, as well as new regions for recruitment. “We have made a commitment to open up new markets in each admission cycle. This year we went to Brazil and Colombia and brought in students from there.” This in addition to traditional international destinations in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and the Caribbean. George School’s increased efforts were not solely focused on the beginning of the process, however. Throughout the year the admission staff made regular contact with families considering the school. They were invited to events that matched their interests—a play, perhaps—or to one of several prospective and admitted student receptions (no longer just one fall open house and one spring admitted student day).


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01: J essica Minderjahn ’13, Zoe Silver ’13, and Lauren Dolinsky ’13 were part of the team of students who welcomed new students to campus and helped them move into their dorms. 02: Science teacher Erin Sio helped Dena Kleemeier ’15 and her family to review her registration details. 03: Head of School Nancy Starmer welcomed new families to the George School community during Registration Weekend 2012.

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Families were encouraged to take part in Skype faculty “chats,” in which teachers talked about particular programs and participants could ask questions. It’s all part of helping prospective families get to know George School and feel part of its community. “Sometimes it’s hard to talk about George School’s intangibles, but it’s easy to experience,” says Jenna. “Families can go to a Chris Odom robotics evening and experience the wonderful controlled chaos. If they are offered admission, they want to come. George School essentially sells itself.” Both interest from and the quality of applicants remained high in 2012-2013. Crossover schools—schools to which George School applicants also applied—continued to include the finest in the nation. George School had no trouble filling all its cohorts of students, in part because lower attrition meant fewer available slots—just 150. These were filled by the end of the school year, with waiting lists at the ready. Financial aid topped $8 million for 2013-2014, helping to meet the need of current families and to attract and enroll impressive new students. According to Christian, “The school is committed to enabling students to return and to being as

diverse as possible.” One sign of that diversity is that George School now includes students from twenty-three states and 26 percent of the U.S. citizens are self-described students of color. The international population represents forty-seven foreign countries. Ultimately, George School’s admission success is the result of a variety of programs old and new. Since 1996 four new Anderson scholars a year, selected for their community involvement and potential for leadership as well as their academic achievement, have added to the richness of the community. More recently, the school has established ties with what Jenna calls “a beautiful community of Vietnamese students. Just four cycles ago we didn’t have a relationship with Vietnam. Now we have twelve students coming from several cities.” “Our name is out there,” she continues. “Really strong students are interested in George School.”

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Academics A Transformative Educational Experience

BRUCE WELLER

Esther Tang ’15, Lydia Thompson ’15, Ethan Lamb ’15, and KK Owusu ’15 ran tests to determine the amount of oxygen in water samples in Erin Sio’s Biology class.

During 2012-2013, George School students distinguished themselves academically in a number of ways. This spring, 143 students took 211 Advanced Placement (AP) exams in twenty subject areas and 86 percent scored a three or above on all of their exams. (AP exams are scored on a scale of one to five, with five being the highest. College placement requires a score of three or above.) Fourteen students were named AP Scholars, eight were named AP Scholars with Honors, eight were AP Scholars with Distinction, and two were named National AP Scholars. One hundred and fifty-nine students tested in thirtyseven different International Baccalaureate (IB) subject areas for a total of 370 examinations. Forty senior candidates earned their full IB diploma, a 98 percent success rate compared to the international success rate of 78 percent. Six seniors were recognized as Commended Students in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program and Evan Clinton ’13 and Dan Simon ’13 were selected as finalists. Our students were also recognized for their success by Model UN and Junior State of America. In addition, several students

earned the honor of being named Bucks County Courier Times Scholar Athletes, achieved success at the regional and national level in orchestra, and distinguished themselves at video festivals and art shows. Sustaining its commitment to keeping the faculty abreast of the latest research on learning and the brain, the Foundational Skills Committee helped bring to fruition Thinking Across Disciplines (TAD), the brainchild of English teacher and clerk of the committee, Colette Weber. The goal was to have sophomore students explore and explain how their thinking in one class compares or contrasts to their thinking in another. Students attended two workshops then prepared a visual and oral presentation to deliver to faculty, parents, and students. Another key faculty committee dedicated to work in the classroom, Facilitation of Communication and Skills (FOCUS), took responsibility for this year’s faculty In-Service on the role of the IB and the role of athletics. Next year we will add a new course to the history curriculum: AP Micro and Macro Economics. The primary goal of


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01: C  ody Haney ’16, Max Smith-Ducati ’16, Rowen Light-Wills ’16, Alessandra Angelini ’16, Marie-Louise Iaquinto ’16, and Isaiah Bader ’16 collaborated on a History project together. 02: Victor Ip ’14, Keita Erskine ’13, Adam Mihalich ’13, and Eli Bresler ’13 worked with Habitat for Humanity helping to build affordable houses for those who lack adequate shelter in Northern Mississippi.

GEORGE SCHOOL STUDENTS, FACULTY, AND STAFF PARTICIPATED IN EIGHT SERVICE TRIPS THIS YEAR. THEY TRAVELED INTERNATIONALLY TO FRANCE, ISRAEL/PALESTINE, NICARAGUA, COSTA RICA, AND VIETNAM AND DOMESTICALLY TO WASHINGTON D.C., MISSISSIPPI, AND ARIZONA.

the course is to help students develop understandings of the fundamental concepts, principles, and processes of economic reasoning that will prepare them for their roles as consumers, producers, and citizens in the global economy. We will also add a new freshman math course, Accelerated Algebra 1, expanding offerings for freshman to four courses: Algebra 1, Accelerated Algebra 1, Algebra 2, and Algebra 3. In alignment with one of our strategic goals in the area of diversity, we selected as a thread for assembly programs this year the theme of civil discourse. The premise was to model civil discourse for students, since it is often lacking in our political and media discourse today. Learning to speak respectfully and civilly across differences to enhance understanding about provocative or controversial topics—and without diminishing the moral worth of others or questioning their judgment—is an important life skill. Service

George School students, faculty, and staff participated in eight service trips this year. They traveled internationally to France, Israel/Palestine, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Vietnam and domestically to Washington D.C., Mississippi, and Arizona. The groups worked in homeless shelters and soup kitchens, as teachers’ aides on a Navajo reservation, and as construction workers who built or rebuilt countless struc-

tures. These experiences were shared extensively through photos and blog posts, and one student’s account was published in the Bucks County Courier Times. Students also completed service projects closer to home— both with George School and individually. They worked at the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK), organized blood drives, and raised money for charity: water through Art for Relief. In addition, George School was awarded the Manuel Miller Excellence in Service Award this year which is presented annually to a volunteer group who embodies a spirit of selfless dedication and commitment to Woods Services. Arts

Once again The Curious George was adjudicated by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association and awarded Gold Medal standing. Our woodworking students received recognition at the annual Philadelphia Invitational Furniture Show and the Bucks County High School Art Show held at Bucks County Community College, and four photography students were featured in the 2012 Drexel University High School Exhibition. Many of our students were successful in the Scholastic Art Awards this year as well. Two students received Gold Key Awards, six received Silver Key recognition, and eight received an honorable mention. Seven students also participated


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Yuan Shen ’13 played the flute during instrumental music practice. Rosie Wood ’13 added detail to her painting. Scott Hoskins helped Frank Mullinix ’16 with a video editing assignment from footage shot in the Video Studio. Zaid Walter ’14 played Puck, a fairy who delights in playing pranks, in the fall production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

in the Congressional Art Competition and one graduating senior earned a scholarship for her entry in the juried 16th annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibit. One of our students won second place at the Greenfield Youth Film Festival, the first time an award was earned by a George School student. George School students showcased their talents in more than eleven performances this year. The dance classes explored the impact of technology on the world and presented a number of intriguing pieces that featured this theme. They also helped organize and perform as part of the “One Billion Rising” movement that took the world by storm in February. The instrumental music students performed many times this year. Highlights included “Jamestown Trilogy (Discovery, Susan Constant, Godspeed)” by Gary Fagan and “Fantasia

on a Theme by Thomas Tallis” by Ralph Vaughan Williams. Many students received accolades from organizations outside George School as well. They performed with regional and all-eastern orchestras, the Philadelphia Symphony Youth Orchestra, the Youth Orchestra of Bucks County, and the Ambler Symphony. During the 2012-2013 year the Chorale applied and was accepted to perform as part of the Octavo Series held at Carnegie Hall in New York City in 2014. In preparation they attended a concert this spring to learn more about the series. Theater students had a variety of exciting experiences this year. The mainstage productions were: Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream in the fall term; the musical Fiddler on the Roof in winter term; and The Quick-Change Room: Scenes from a Revolution in the spring term.


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Desi Smith ’13 blazed past the opposing teams. Taylor Campellone ’14 passed the ball to her teammate. Meghan Troup ’15 and Rapunzel jumped a vertical in the Low-Schooling Jumpers. Zack Kimelheim ’13 prepared to take a shot during the varsity boys’ soccer game against Princeton Day School.

In affirmation of their talent and discipline, several students were accepted into prestigious summer theater programs this year including the Meisner Studio at the NYU Tisch summer program, the Yale School of Drama, Carnegie Mellon, Stella Adler Studio in NYC, Interlochen Arts Camp, and Broadway Break Thru. Athletics

The Athletics Department had an exciting year filled with success on the field, on the court, and in the pool. Varsity boys’ soccer won the title of Friends Schools League Champs and the junior varsity volleyball team had an undefeated season. Varsity wrestling team member, Cameron Vakili ’15, also had an undefeated season. The varsity boys’ and girls’ swim teams placed second and third in the league respectively.

The varsity girls’ track team finished the regular season with a record of nine wins and one loss, placing second in the league. They also broke four George School records this spring. The varsity boys’ track team had a record of five wins and five losses, placing fourth in the Friends League. They also broke three George School records this spring. Thirty-five students received Pi Awards, having participated in three varsity teams during the academic year and more than thirty athletes were named to All-League rosters. George School tied Westtown for the Patterson Cup— affectionately known as The Moose.


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College Guidance Class of 2013

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Senior week included a photo session in college gear and a water-ice party for the graduating class.

This year we saw great success for our students during the college application process. The college guidance office helped the senior class prepare more than 1,000 applications to 322 colleges and universities. The Class of 2013 will attend 85 institutions in twenty states and two foreign countries. Consistently, George School students gravitate to urban campuses in the Northeast. This year the most popular destinations included Boston University (5), Drexel University (5), New York University (5), and Guilford College, a Quaker college (4). American University, Bucknell University, Northeastern University, Penn State, Sarah Lawrence, Skidmore, University of Vermont, and Ursinus were also popular destinations. New York proved to be the most popular state followed closely by Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, and California. The seniors’ choices continue to reflect the diversity of their interests from liberal arts to engineering to business to fine and performing arts. Four of our IB diploma candidates are headed abroad, to McGill and the University of British Columbia in Canada, to the National University of Ireland in Galway, and to the University of South Wales in Pontypridd. The latter three are new on our matriculation list. In addition, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Antioch College, Harvey Mudd College, and the University of Nebraska have returned to the list.

Our list of “most applied to� colleges had New York University and Boston University in the lead and Northeastern, Drexel, George Washington, Penn State, and Pittsburgh close behind. Students cited the co-op (work/study) programs at Northeastern and Drexel as a major reason for their interest. This year twenty-two students were successful in their Early Decision applications. Increasingly, students find that applying to at least one college by early November maximizes their opportunities. A review of our college acceptances over the last five years showed that George School has a strong record of success. The list of the top 100 schools in the world includes thirtyone U.S. universities. Over the past five years our students have been accepted at every single one of those thirty-one, plus six of the international schools (three in the UK and three in Canada) on the list. Though there is no way to measure it qualitatively, our success at international schools over the years suggests that the rigor of our International Baccalaureate program has improved the quality of our overall college acceptances. This year for the first time we offered a college tour for international students which took nineteen sophomores and juniors to ten New England colleges over mid-winter break. Next year we hope to offer a similar trip to Washington D.C.


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We also began a series of “live chats” online with parents in Korea, China/Taiwan, and Vietnam to help them understand the college process and we have added individual evening sessions on college planning for families of seniors, juniors, sophomores, and freshmen to the calendar for next year. Once again this spring George School offered a college essay-writing workshop to juniors and offered one-session orientation workshops for both the SAT and the ACT as well.

01: E  van Clinton ’13, Tony Chang ’13, George Long ’13, and Dan Simon ’13 proudly displayed their future schools. 02: Yun Jung Lee ’13, Yuan Shen ’13, and Ly Phan ’13 posed in their college gear.

Class of 2013 College Matriculations Alfred University American University Amherst College Antioch College Bates College Binghamton University Boston College Boston University Brandeis University Bryn Mawr College Bucknell University California Polytechnic State University/San Luis Obispo Carnegie Mellon University Clark University The College of New Jersey College of William and Mary Colorado College Columbia College Chicago Columbia University Connecticut College Denison University Drexel University Elizabethtown College Elon University

Emerson College Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts Fordham University Franklin & Marshall College Gettysburg College Guilford College Hamilton College Hampshire College Hampton University Harvey Mudd College Haverford College Hofstra University Howard University Ithaca College Johns Hopkins University Lafayette College Lawrence University Lewis and Clark College Loyola Marymount University Massachusetts Institute of Technology McGill University Muhlenberg College

National University of Ireland/ Galway New York University Northeastern University Northwestern University Oregon State University Parsons The New School for Design The Pennsylvania State University/Harrisburg The Pennsylvania State University/University Park Polytechnic Institute of New York University Reed College Rider University Sarah Lawrence College Savannah College of Art and Design School of Visual Arts Siena College Skidmore College St. Lawrence University Temple University Union College

University of British Columbia University of California/Berkeley University of California/Davis University of California/ San Diego University of California/ Santa Barbara University of Chicago University of Illinois/ Urbana-Champaign University of Miami University of Nebraska/Lincoln University of North Carolina/ Chapel Hill University of Pittsburgh University of Rochester University of South Wales University of Vermont University of Virginia Ursinus College Vassar College Wellesley College Worcester Polytechnic Institute 


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Student Life Highlights for 2012-2013 Keita Erskine ’13, Jojo Mosarsa ’15, Jibri Loving ’15, Jermaine Doris ’15, and San Roy ’13 walked back from Newtown.

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During 2012-2013 our students had a rich and exciting year outside the classroom. With the help of the Student Activities Board, which was celebrating its fourth year, the school planned a number of exciting weekends filled with energy and enthusiasm from the students. Highlights of the Year

• T  he year began with our annual Orientation Weekend which introduced students to George School and the surrounding area. The students enjoyed bowling, created tiedye projects on campus, and visited local malls and one of the area’s Asian supermarkets. This was a weekend designed to welcome fall and get the students out and about to see what GS and the surrounding areas had to offer. Other September weekends featured Day Prefects Weekend, a get acquainted weekend for all new students and Campbell/ Westwood Weekend that offered more fun for our students with barbeques, a dance, and many other activities. • T  he highlight of our October weekends was the highly anticipated Harvest Weekend. Despite the threat of Hurricane Sandy, the students had the opportunity to carve pumpkins, go on hay rides, make apple butter and cider, and enjoy the many batches of popcorn made by the Student

Activity Board members. Prospective students and their families joined us on Sunday for an open house. • I nterfaith Weekend was sponsored by George School’s Young Friends club in November to celebrate the many faiths that are represented, not only at George School, but also in the world today. The Young Friends created several opportunities for students and adults to have open discussions about current events. • L  ive Music Weekend sponsored by Goldfish ’n Java saw the transformation of Marshall Center into a music club for twenty-five student music groups who performed during this two-day festival. All students were welcome to audition and this year the community enjoyed a more diverse range of music than ever before. • E  nvironmental Awareness Weekend was also very successful this year. Led by TERRA the students planted rhododendrons, weeded the Anderson Library’s green roof, and enjoyed Dinner in the Dark, a meal prepared and served entirely without electricity, with the help of CulinArt. The Outdoor Club also was active throughout the weekend with walks to Tyler State Park, bike rides along the tow path, and trips to the rock climb gym.


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BEN HILBURG ’14

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BRUCE WELLER

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JOJO DAS ’13

• U  MOJA organized a weekend in May to celebrate diversity. Activities included a talent show with music and poetry, a step show with students from George School and Peddie School, a delicious dinner featuring a number of different cultural dishes, and a dance. • T  hree big festivals were part of spring term this year during Sibling Weekend, Student Council Weekend, and Student Activity Weekend. The festivals including a variety of games and activities from bounce houses to dunk tanks, cotton candy to snow cones, and pool parties to pony rides. • A  s usual, George School parents were immeasurably helpful with their support of weekend activities and student life. From providing cooking for study weekends to hosting students in their homes, their presence and help can be felt throughout the community.

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L AURA L AVALLEE

01: J essie Lax ’14, Evan Clinton ’13, Justin Trinkley ’14, Asa Brooker ’13, and Desi Smith ’13 enjoyed a high-jumping game of Four Square. 02: Kyla Shen ’15, Jewell Fort ’15, Carol Lopes ’15, and Shanti Lerner ’15 posed for a picture on Red Square. 03: Kyra Spence ’14, Jake McGuinness ’13, and Ethan Carpene ’13 enjoyed the spring weather. 04: Jesse Lax ’14, Peter Ryan ’14, Ben Hilburg ’14, and Luke Osenberg ’14 performed during Live Music Weekend.


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Buildings and Grounds Building a Sustainable Future 01

BRUCE WELLER

Freshly painted walls and ceilings, refinished hardwood floors in the dining room, new and improved lighting throughout, and wooden and stainless steel service stations on a ceramic-tile floor contributed to the new look and feel of Main Dining Room.

It was another busy year for the Physical Plant Office as we worked together to ensure our facilities provided the best physical tools to advance student learning and to meet the needs of our teachers, while maintaining the pristine beauty of our campus. Environmental sustainability is integrated into every facilities and planning project as part of our regular practice. Members of the staff work closely with TERRA, our student environmental group, to promote environmental sustainability in all aspects of community life, including our composting and sustainable food programs. Fitness and Athletics Center

George School began construction on a new Fitness and Athletics Center in spring 2013 at the location of the original 1976 Worth Sports Center. The spectacular new 100,000 square-foot brick and glass building will be a beautiful addition to our athletic facilities and enhance the school’s team sports, physical education, and fitness programs. The new building will open during the 2014-2015 school year. The new Fitness and Athletics Center was designed to achieve LEED certification in keeping with George School’s commitment to leadership in environmental stewardship. More than 98.5 percent of the demolition project waste was diverted from landfills. All of the concrete from the original

Worth Sports Center was crushed onsite and recycled to help build the foundation for the new building. Other new green building components include a vegetative roof, rain gardens to promote drainage, an air dehumidification system to help heat the pool, and solar hot water collectors to pre-heat water for boilers. Main Building and Dining Room

George School is in the middle of a four-phase construction project to have Main Building completely air conditioned, making it more suitable during the summer for the students, campers, faculty, and staff that call George School home. Main Dining Room underwent major renovations during 2012. Freshly-painted walls and ceilings, refinished hardwood floors in the dining room, new and improved lighting throughout, and wooden and stainless steel service stations on a ceramic-tile floor contribute to the new look and feel of the space. The new layout allows more students to be served more quickly and allows them to eat together with more comfort in Main Dining Room at round tables and perimeter wall-mounted counters. Behind Main, large Carrier air conditioners were installed to support air conditioning for the whole building. This past summer air conditioning was installed in the office portions


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L AURA L AVALLEE

02

PAT RENSHALL

01: S  tephanie Weinstein ’13, Justin Becker ’13, and Autumn Atkinson ’13 of George School’s environmentally conscious TERRA Club stand by the first of eight planned water fountains designed to double as water bottle filling stations, the culmination of the club’s campaign to stop plastic bottle waste on campus. 02: More than 98.5 percent of the waste generated from the demolition of the original Worth Sports Center was recycled and diverted from landfills.

of the building. In addition, more than thirty office windows and sixteen Dining Room windows were removed, stripped, repaired, and repainted. Once windows were refurbished and reinsulated, all were rehung with new weather stripping and trim. At the same time, Main Building fire detection system was upgraded, including fire alarm panels, detectors, and the like. Science Labs and Classrooms

Major upgrades to three science labs during the summer of 2013 completed the three-phase renovation program for the Spruance Alden Science Center. The renovation included air conditioning and new windows. The project addressed the heightened interest and enrollment in George School science classes. Other Physical Plant Projects

Some of the other projects completed this year included: • Installation of additional generators to increase capacity • P  hase two of the sanitary sewer line relining to address inflow and infiltration issues • Drilling of irrigation test wells • Renovation of George School Children’s Center • Staff housing moves and renovations

Sale of Bottled Water Eliminated On Campus

An initiative to ban the sale and distribution of bottled water on campus beginning in fall 2013 was put forth by TERRA, George School’s chapter of the Sierra Student Coalition, passed during the 2012-2013 school year. The students in TERRA, along with Director of Operations Mike Gersie, met with many different school organizations, Head of School Nancy Starmer, and finally the George School Committee (GSC) in fall 2012. The ban on the sale of bottled water in the bookstore, Bettye’s Place, and vending machines is another step toward attaining a leadership position in environmental sustainability. TERRA estimates that George School will eliminate 4,536 plastic bottles during the 2013-2014 school year. Organic Garden and CulinArt

George School’s food service provider CulinArt works to promote fresh, local, sustainable ingredients. With support from CulinArt, the Organic Garden, located near the stables on the south end of campus, provides fresh vegetables for the dining room throughout the summer and fall. In addition, the newly formed Chicken Club began raising chickens during spring 2013 with the hopes of providing eggs to the dining hall, and the Bee Club hopes to replace the hives that were destroyed during Hurricane Sandy so we can once again provide on-site honey.

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Advancement Strengthening Ties Students, faculty, and staff gathered for the Last Hurrah to celebrate Worth Sports Center and Marshall-Platt Pool on March 3, 2013 before demolition began. Here, Stephanie Weinstein ’13 and Neshama Rovinsky ’14 paint on the large wall mural at the celebration.

VALERIE JOPLING

During the 2012-2013 school year the Institutional Advancement Office traveled throughout the United States and abroad connecting with alumni, students, and parents. We had a busy year that culminated with the launch of the public phase of our Fit for the Future fundraising initiative. Here is just some of what we accomplished. Honor Thy Coaches

George School honored three coaches during the 2012-2013 year—Russ Weimar ’48, Paul Machemer ’65, and Nancy Zurn Bernardini. These remarkable individuals were recognized for their dedication to their students, their teams, and to George School. They were honored for their inspiration on the fields and in the classrooms, and for their positive influence across all aspects of the community. In honor of Russ and Paul, the Weimar-Machemer Soccer Field was dedicated on October 20, 2012 and the athletic directors’ suite in the new fitness and athletics center will be dedicated in Nancy’s honor once the building is complete. In total, George School honored seven different coaches through the Honor Thy Coaches series. In addition to Russ, Paul, and Nancy, John Gleeson ’65, Anne LeDuc, Dave Satterthwaite ’65, and Bob Geissinger were honored in 2011-2012. The events brought together 534 alumni, friends, colleagues, and family over the course of the two-year series.

Last Hurrah and Farewell to Worth Sports Center

The event was heralded in the invitation—to alumni, parents, students, faculty, and staff—as a party for the students and stalwart fans of Worth Sports Center and Marshall-Platt Pool. In all, hundreds of students and dozens of faculty children ran, chased, squealed, played, and painted a large wall mural before and after a barbeque dinner. At the end, Nancy Bernardini announced it was time for one last cheer and then families and friends exited the performance space. The mural, a giant love letter to the Worth Sports Center, was captured on film and can be seen on the school’s website. Alumni Weekend

Despite the threat of rain during this year’s Alumni Weekend festivities, the weekend was a resounding success. In addition to many other events, highlights from the weekend included the assembly talk given by Emmy Laybourne ’89, and three master classes—a presentation by Tom Hoopes ’83 on the history of swimming at George School, a Fiddler on the Roof sing-along, and a lecture by faculty member Chris Odom about his experience hiking the Appalachian Trail. In addition, Head of School Nancy Starmer honored the families who made Worth Sports Center and Marshall-Platt Pool possible during the All-Alumni Gathering.


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JACQUELINE JONES ’13

02

SUSAN QUINN

01: Alumni and friends posed for a picture with former boys’ athletic director Bob Geissinger. 02: George School launched a new microsite, www.future.georgeschool.org, in support of the school’s Fit for the Future fundraising initiative. Visitors can learn more about campaign priorities, ways to give, and news and events.

Connecting with Alumni, Parents, and Friends

Community gatherings were planned on campus and locally in New York, Philadelphia, and Pittsburgh. Nationally, we traveled to more than twenty-five states from Seattle, Washington to Miami, Florida. Other gatherings were held in Bermuda, China, England, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and Vietnam. We hosted events that ranged from meeting for worship to alumni art shows, from lunches and cocktail parties to Broadway events. In addition, Paul ’65 and Pam Machemer visited eighteen states on a cross-country tour to connect with alumni from the Class of 1948 to the Class of 2009. Fit for the Future Website Launched

In May 2013, George School launched a new microsite, www.future.georgeschool.org, in support of the school’s Fit for the Future initiative. It is a great place to get more information about the school’s efforts to raise funds to support the construction of the new Fitness and Athletics Center, and to add to the endowments for core commitments such as financial aid, faculty and staff salaries, environmental sustainability efforts, and other purposes. Two popular features on the microsite, which were inspired by the Honor Thy Coaches series, are profiles of community members who share their personal stories about the benefits of fitness in “Fit to Achieve” and the lessons they

learned on the field in “Competition Taught Me.” Their individual takes on the power of exercise and sports are inspiring. The site includes stories of individual donors who share their reasons for giving in the “Our Donors” profiles and lists the many community members who have made gifts to the fundraising initiative since 2010. The site also provides a safe and secure online giving process. Parent-Organized Career Workshops

This year the Parents Association hosted George School’s annual Career Workshops for current students on April 16, 2013. Career Workshops is an annual program that introduces George School students to a variety of career options, giving our students an inside look at the journey through higher education, internships, and the early stages of a career. The alumni and parent speakers talked about their educational backgrounds, career paths, and current positions, explained day-to-day responsibilities, and provided students with advice on how to select a career. Workshop presenters were Celine Darche-Iaquinto parent ’16 (advertiser), Sarah Baum Baicker ’02 (Comcast SportsNet Flyers reporter), Eric Hening ’70 (concert and event promoter), Alyssa Blank ’02 (design strategist), Andy Cantor ’77 (graphic designer), Bernie Paratore parent ’15 (electrical engineer and patent agent), Paula Jones (estate tax lawyer), JJ Klaver parent ’15 (FBI agent),

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BRIAN WOZNIAK ’05

BRUCE WELLER

01: A  fter a few heartfelt words from both Russ Weimar ’48 and Paul Machemer ’65 at the dedication of Weimar-Machemer Soccer Field, Noah Kimelheim ’13 unveiled the plaque and Will Yarnall ’13 read the dedication. 02: George School welcomed new Director of Institutional Advancement Dan Breen to campus this summer. Dan looks forward to meeting members of the community this coming year.

Adam Tabor ’01 (finance), Mitch Nathanson ’84 (law professor, baseball and American culture writer), Simon Biswas ’02 (photographer), Dr. Nancy Harrison and Dr. Jeffrey Harrison parents ’15 (psychologists), Nicole Tucker (psychometrician), John Stephenson ’01 (public policy, Director of Communications and Technology Task Force).

Annual Fund Participation by Constituency

100%

58%

Annual Fund Supports Daily Operations

Gifts to the Annual Fund for 2012-2013 exceeded the school’s ambitious fundraising goal by $25,000, raising a total of $1.275 million. These gifts provide crucial support for school operating expenses including technology, the arts, athletics, faculty, student activities, and campus beautification. “I am thrilled that once again, thanks to your generosity, we not only met but also surpassed this important goal,” said Head of School Nancy Starmer. “Your gifts enrich the lives of every student and teacher at George School, and we are all truly grateful.” More than 3,365 members of the George School community—including more than 700 first-time donors—participated in the Annual Fund. George School alumni contributed more than $615,000. Parents of alumni also generously supported George School with gifts totaling more than $230,000. Two hundred current students supported the Annual Fund, including more than 85 percent of the senior class. More than half of all current George School families and 67 percent of our faculty and staff also supported our mission with a gift.

67%

20%

Alumni and Students

Parents of Students

George School Committee Members

Faculty and Staff

George School also benefited from Pennsylvania tax credit programs such as EITC and OSTC, which provide financial aid dollars for low-income students and reduce business tax burdens for donors. In addition, many donors doubled the impact of their contributions through their employer’s matching gift program.


Endowment Funds for Core Commitments

More than 720 George School community members made contributions this year to endowment funds for our core commitments of financial aid, faculty and staff compensation and support, environmental sustainability, and to our general endowment. Endowments begin with gifts from donors. George School traces its endowment to a gift of property given by John M. George. Those gifts are then invested. The revenue earned on those investments contributes to our school’s operating budget each year to greater and lesser degrees depending on the level of earnings. Learn more about our current endowment funds on pages 22 and 34. The generosity of the George School community is one of the traditions we have been most proud to reflect upon. Since GS was founded in 1893, it has been the beneficiary of extraordinary support and loyalty from alumni, parents, parents of alumni, grandparents, current and former faculty and staff, foundations, corporations, and friends. We extend deep gratitude to all the donors to these funds, past and present, who have helped to secure our future.

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Planned Gifts

Planned gifts continue to play a vital role in maintaining the school’s financial strength. During the 2012-2013 academic year, George School was the beneficiary of twenty-five gifts made by will or matured life income gifts, totaling more than $7.9 million. When alumni, parents, and friends of the school make such gifts, they ensure the quality of the George School education and experience for future generations of students. We will continue to need and to seek philanthropic help for all we do—financial aid for our students, salaries and housing for our faculty, and construction costs for academic, campus life, and fitness and athletics facilities. Advancement Office Changes

We are pleased to announce that Dan Breen has joined George School as the new director of institutional advancement. He is replacing Ari Betof ’98, who has taken a position as the new head of school at New Garden Friends School in Greensboro, North Carolina. Dan comes to George School with extensive experience in fundraising and alumni relations from Middlebury College, Breakwater School, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Dan is a graduate of Worcester State College.

The new Fit for the Future microsite (www.future. georgeschool.org) includes an innovative storytelling feature—the digital version of the awardwinning print Compendium, which includes observations about George School collected from dozens of students, teachers, alumni, and parents. Now we hope to build on that success by providing an electronic vehicle for hundreds of alumni and parents to put things in their own perspective. We urge friends to tell the stories behind the 1,200 photos that we installed online this past spring. Just go to future.georgeschool.org, click on Compendium, and select a year. Photos taken during that year will pop up on your screen. There are dorm shots, classroom shots, sports shots, and campus shots, many with no accompanying details. If the photograph rings a bell, get cranking and tell us the story behind it. If you have a story or a photograph you want to share, that is easy to do on the site as well. Alumni and other community members can easily add their own stories and photos to the collection in a simple, three-step process. If you have questions, call Tessa Bailey-Findley at 215.579.6572 for help.


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Endowment Providing Long-Term Financial Strength

A healthy endowment is an essential part of any boarding school’s financial structure. George School counts on its endowment to provide crucial resources that support our educational mission. Tuition revenue alone is not sufficient to support the breadth and depth of the educational experience George School offers. The income generated by our permanent investments contributes substantially to the operating budget, most importantly, providing direct support to some of our most dearly held commitments. The endowment:

The endowment is presently invested in 74 percent equities, 11 percent bonds, and 15 percent alternative investments. International investments represent 27 percent of the portfolio. Investment results were strong this year, in an overall economy that showed signs of a continuing recovery. The overall portfolio earned a 13.1 percent return, exceeding our benchmark return (based on a similarly structured model portfolio) of 12.0 percent. Endowment Funds per Student

• S upports our faculty salaries, helping ensure that we continue to attract and retain the high quality scholars and mentors who have such a deep and lasting impact on our students. • P  rovides funding for our financial aid commitments, enabling us to support deserving students from less privileged backgrounds and ensuring the rich experience for all that comes from living and studying among a diverse student body. • C  ontributes resources to our environmental sustainability initiatives, supporting our efforts to live in a manner that respects the planet that we all share. George School’s endowment continued to grow this year, reaching a value of $122.7 million at the end of fiscal year 2013, a $31.8 million increase from its value a year ago. The largest part of this increase (more than $18 million) came from generous gifts to our Fit for the Future fundraising initiative, the success of which enabled us to begin construction of our spectacular new Fitness and Athletics Center, which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2014. Planned gifts and investment gains account for the rest of the increase. The George School Committee maintains a financially conservative investment strategy, while also applying socially responsible principles consistent with our community’s values. The investment portfolio has a long term horizon, which includes an equity orientation for growth, while reducing risk and volatility by diversifying across a range of securities, asset classes, strategies, and investment managers.

$308,000 $227,000

George School

Average of Peer Boarding Schools

On a per capita basis, the endowment has grown to $227,000, up from $122,000 per student as recently as 2009. Despite this growth, George School still lags the average per capita endowment of $308,000 reported by our boarding school peers. In a different comparison, Boarding School Review identifies eight boarding schools with per student endowments of more than $600,000 and twenty-three schools with endowments greater than $300,000 per student. Overall, George School’s finances are solid and we continue to provide a unique and truly special educational experience to our students. But we can’t take this for granted. Your gifts to the endowment will help keep George School in the top tier of independent education—providing students with the spiritual, intellectual, and personal resources to make a difference in the real world. If you are interested in learning more about our endowment funds, please contact Director of Institutional Advancement Dan Breen at 215.579.6575 or dbreen@georgeschool.org.


Revenue and Expenditures

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TOTAL REVENUE

TOTAL EXPENDITURES

Endowment Revenue

Other Income Financial Aid Annual Fund and Current Gfits

Salaries and Benefits Physical Plant

Tuition

Other Auxiliary Projects

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TOTAL EXPENDITURES

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Tuition 74.3%

Salaries and Benefits

48.4%

Endowment Revenue

11.3%

Financial Aid

28.5%

Annual Fund and Current Gifts

7.2%

Physical Plant

8.8%

Other Income

7.2%

Auxiliary Projects

5.2%

Other Expenses

9.1%

Total 100%

Total 100%


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The John M. George Society The John M. George Society recognizes those who have included George School in their estate plans. We welcome alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends who include George School in any part of their estate plans. If you are not already a member of the John M. George Society, we encourage you to name George School as a beneficiary of your will or testamentary trust. You may also name George School as a beneficiary of charitable gifts that provide life income (such as trusts, gift annuities, and pooled income funds), as well as life insurance, retirement plan assets (401k, 403b or even bank CDs), and other deferred gifts. Once you have done so, please let us know so that we may welcome you into the John M. George Society. If you have already provided for George School in your will or estate plans and are not listed here, or you are interested in learning more about charitable gifts that can generate income for you, please contact Director of Planned Giving Andrew Popkin ’83, at 215.579.6563, or apopkin@georgeschool.org.

1945

1954

Sarah Wood Fell § J. Lewis Powell § Geraldine Dana Tisdall § Albert H. Torongo Jr Alice Way Waddington § Elizabeth Williams §

James S. Coan § Robert A. Freedman § Mary Anne Knight Hunter § E. David Luria § Eileen Thompson James L. Whitely §

1946

1955

Nina Emerson Opel § Bruce S. Parkinson § Joseph H. Reese Jr Joseph A. Smith Jr

Helen Benton Boley § Clara Montgomery Coan § Richard I. Grausman Lamartine F. Hood § William P. Morris M. Ellen Chadeayne O’Grady § Joseph H. Penrose Jr D. Judson Randall §

1947 Susanne Conrow Bingham Thomas D. Bushman § Cynthia Crooks Carpenter Elizabeth Babbott Conant Anne Atlee Crewe Justine Vaughen Fry § Arthur C. Henrie § Gwendolyn J. Kerr § John D. Orr §

1948 Roy T. Abbott Jr § Ann Ridge Adams Charles E. Smedley Richard D. Stephenson § Marian Musgrave Stewart §

Anonymous (1)

Dorothy Fiske Winnette Anonymous (1)

1932

1941

T. Sidney Cadwallader § Eloise Melville Smith §

Caroline Smith Hoffman § William I. Marble §

1933

1942

Edith Sullivan Silvers § John H. Wood Jr §

Mary Eastburn Biggin § Allen L. Boorstein § Gertrude Hathaway Caldelli Barbara Gawthrop Hallowell § Cornelia Clarke Schmidt § Charles G. Shoemaker § Rolf Valtin §

1934 Edwin S. McVaugh

1937 Anne E. Dickeson § C. Trevor Dunham Jr § Virginia Phillips Kemp §

1943

Junius Eddy Miriam E. Eyre § Yereth Kahn Knowles Eileen Mattis O’Brien §

Mary Elizabeth Ridge Allison Natalie Nelson Hastings Macdonald H. Leach § Judith Wright Matchett § Catherine J. Smith § Martha Washburn Trull JoAnn Johnson Woodman §

1939

1944

Donald M. Solenberger Donald M. Sutton §

Deborah Dresser Filgate Charles S. Hough § William J. Hough Jr Virginia Zerega Lloyd § Harriett S. White Richards §

1938

1940 Gloria Scott Johnson Andrew J. McIntosh

Constance Archbald § Ann Preston Ayres Mario Capecchi Harry R. Colson Jr Briant H. Lee Jessica J. Newton Catherine A. Page Susan Windle Rogers §

1957

R. Ted Curran § Nancy Finkbiner McCahan Lydia Huntington Sparrow §

Frederick W. Beans II Donald T. Little § Mary Gilbert Lovings Antonia Gelser Melamed George C. Millikan § William H. Speakman III Judith Taylor Uehlein §

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1958

1949 1931

1956

Candace Cox Bonus § Donald R. Walton Anonymous (1)

1951 Harris C. Arnold Duncan W. Comstock § Paul R. Lindenmaier Christoph H. Schmidt Phyllis Vail Wendell John A. Williams

1952 Peter Z. Ingerman Valle Brewer Ingram Judith Robbins King § Diane Siesel Orr § Richard R. Packer Allen C. Starkey

1953 David P. Bruton § Gabriel C. Garber § Cynthia J. Kester Louis H. Skidmore Jr § Judith Weigand Tyson

Martha Scull Haines § Marjorie Pusey Hall § Nancy Baker Martin Dillwyn P. Paiste IV § David R. Perera § John M. Templeton Jr E. Carl Uehlein Jr § Pamela Page Waller §

1959 Margaret T. Evans Sarah Trent Harris Christie Johnson Lucero Adrienne Wheeler Rudge § Barbara Stockham Sears § Richard G. Stafford

1960 Oliver J. Bjorksten Neil L. Campbell § Douglas M. Porter Hannah Palmer Snyder § Arthur S. Wood

1961 Lee N. Price § Burt L. Ross Corey R. Smith §


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DAVID FOSTER ’65 AND HOLLY BARNET-SANCHEZ ’65 John M. George Society Members*

How has George School been important to you? David: George School afforded a tremendous forum for self-discovery in the formative teenage years. The Quaker values I learned—respecting others, operating with integrity, being forthright, helping others, solving problems, accepting responsibility for your work—were foundational to the company that I built and to its success. In Orton with Mr. Laramore, everyone had a role and felt valued for what their role was. You learn that you’re not too good to sweep the floor, to do shift. If you think you’re too good or that it’s someone else’s job, you can’t lead people. I also got a wife out of it. Holly: George School helped me become a person. Academically, it gave me enormous opportunities to look at things I wouldn’t have, like Mr. Moore’s Afro-Asian history class. The teachers were wonderful. George School provided opportunities to be well rounded and to live in a community. The Quaker experience was profound. It helped me formulate how I see the world and work in it.

George School is an island of excellence that needs to be perpetuated. If we can extend to future generations the kind of opportunities that we had and that my son had, it is the best investment we can make.

Why give to George School, especially through an estate gift? George School is an island of excellence that needs to be perpetuated. If we can extend to future generations the kind of opportunities that we had and that my son had, it is the best investment we can make. We’re fortunate to be in a position to give back. We have participated every year even when we couldn’t give much. We have contributed to capital campaigns, including for the soccer field, in honor of our good friend Paul Machemer ’65. We don’t want our children to have to support us, so until we’ve passed away without being a burden, we do what we can. But we feel it’s also important to recognize George School with a more substantial gift with respect to our estate.

Holly is a professor of art history at the University of New Mexico, specializing in modern Latin American and Chicano art. Before retiring, David ran a successful consulting firm serving the publishing industry and owned a home health-care business. The two reconnected at their 35th reunion and married in 2007, with David joining Holly in Albuquerque. Each has two children, one of whom—Henry “Rob” Foster ’04—is also an alumnus. David and Holly love to read, travel, keep in touch with their lifelong George School friends, and attend reunions—they’re looking forward to their 50th. *John M. George Society members have included George School in their estate plans and informed the school of their commitment.

1962 Newton T. Brosius Kay Shaw Browne David B. H. Denoon Charles T. Evans Jr § Barbara L. Hires John S. Hollister Jr § Dudley W. Saurman

1963 Frances Preston Schutz § Lucinda Sharp-Gates § Nancy Sussman Siverd § Samuel M. Sullivan Robert W. Thomas

1964 Michael V. Doyle § Dorothy Black Myers Katharine H. Stapleton

1965 Anne Waller Auerbach Christine Erb §

Nancy Bigbee Jensen § Peter L. Joslin Edward R. Potts Jr David H. Foster and Holly Barnet-Sanchez

1966 David E. Nepley § Suzanne V. Sauter C. Herbert Sharpless §

1967 Carolyn Campbell Brown Stephen J. Esser Elizabeth Baker Johnson § S. David Miller § Linda Morgandale Wendy Gross Nierenberg § Anne Culp Storch §

1968 Patricia L. Boyer Barbara Janney Desanzo § Mary Suter Holman §

Diane Ewbank Krauss Amy Lewis Tabor § Anonymous (1)

Peter S. Landstrom Nancy Brockway Marvin § Sigmund J. Roos §

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1973

John R. Boone Fredric Fenstermacher Robert E. Ganz § NancyLynn Sharpless

Linda Blum Jennifer K. Cummings John B. Hoffman § Susan Komer Robbins

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1974

Holly A. Phelps § Karen A. Sulzberger § Wendy L. Talbot

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1971

Patricia Sweitzer McKey

Pamela J. Holberton Teri J. MacBride

Joan Eberhard § Antonio P. Jackson § Marjorie Lane § Nancy E. Powell §

1972 James A. Boorstein § George Ann W. Gillespie

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STICKY BUN SOCIETY DONORS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS EVERY YEAR SINCE GRADUATING OR FOR TEN OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS


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1976

1987

Margot A. Biggin § Ronald C. Bingham Susan J. Crane § Ann Sweeten

Alexander D. Westerman

1978

1989

Judith Lavori Keiser § Jonathan W. Platt § Anonymous (1)

David K. Burton § Rachel Snyder MacDougall Veronique S. Vaillancourt

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1993

Andrew V. Kardish II Deborah Van Ruyckevelt Smith

Elbert K. St. Claire III §

1980 Patrisha M. Chism John J. Sommers §

1981 Cynthia Utz Charles James H. Gilkeson Bethann Morgan John W. Zinsser

1982 Edward S. Cohen § Matthew D. Fine § Alexandra Maytag Matthews Christina Oddleifson Amy Taylor Popkin § Charles M. Utz IV

1983 Andrew M. Popkin §

1984 Jenny Sorel §

1986 Laura Grontkowski James § J. Christian Stevens

1988 Anne O’Toole Salinas §

1996 Alexander P. Cukor

1998 Ari M. Betof §

2002 Misha S. Capecchi

Parents, Faculty, Staff, and Friends Sandra Lowers Anderson Robert M. Appelbaum § Shauna Betof § John F. Bitzer Jr § David L. Bourns § Ruth W. Bourns § Peggy B. Bruton § Bruce Burset Patricia Burset Joyslin W. Bushman § Carolyn K. Cadwallader § Ann C. Campbell § Lee Ann Culmer Carter § Ellen Reed Carver Mark Chijioke Mary Ellen Chijioke D. Walter Cohen George E. Comte David B. Crawford §

Estate Gifts Received in 2012-2013 We are profoundly grateful to the following alumni, former faculty and staff, and friends, now deceased, who included George School in their estate plans.

George W. Crouch § Jeffrey Dalgliesh Dorothy W. Detwiler § Frances K. Dibner Jane R. Dummer Dirk L. Dunlap Jane M. Dunlap Marc Durant Rita Durant Carolyn N. Evans § Joseph M. Evans § Elizabeth P. Falconi § Joe Falconi § Laurie Fraser Richard S. Ganz § Connie Sigler Gardner David F. Gould II § Steven Gundersen Mark Haber Peggy Hathaway § Walton S. Hathaway § Don Hayden § Marilyn Hayden § William Heinemann § Sarah Henrie § Margaret Herrick § Irwin Hoffman Emeline Hood § Lawrence B. Hulack John F. Hunt § Mary A. Hunter Doretta Keefe Carol Keller § Robert Keller § Gilbert N. Kerlin Rebecca Kerlin Anne C. LeDuc § Andrea Lehman § R. Kimball Leiser § Liezbette Loeppert Claudia Mahon Alice W. Maxfield § Anne B. Maxfield § George McCoy James W. McKey §

Peter C. Miles § David W. Miller William Morris Steven Nierenberg § James O’Grady § William A. Opel § Marianne C. Parkinson § L. Raymond Parks Jr Mrs. L. Raymond Parks Jr Katherine Eudy Patterson Grace O. Potts § Ann E. Ricker Andrew Rowan § Shane Devine Scanlin Babette V. Schmidt Emily A. Shaker David E. Shoup Molly S. Shoup Celeste Silvester Louise C. Sinclaire Ingeborg L. Snipes Samuel M. Snipes § Ann Speakman Deborah M. Spitalnik § Jack Starmer § Nancy O. Starmer § Lisa Stone Peter Stone Jean Robbins Stratton William W. Swayne Sue D. Thomas § Theresa B. Tucker William H. Tucker Nancy Turnbull Nancy E. Valtin § Carolyn Waghorne Richard Waghorne Al Wahbey § John Weingart § Allen F. Wise § Lewis Woodman § Margaret Yarnall Richard A. Yarnall Anonymous (1)

Barbara Dodd Anderson ’50 Reba F. Barnes William H. Black Jr ’64 Frank H. Blumenthal ’32 Belle V. Briggs Constance Shane Clovis ’60 Jane Adams Darnell ’46 Joseph A. Davis Jr Paul B. Entrekin ’22 Nancy Ewing Gabel ’61 Josephine Davis Gray Stanley M. Green ’41 Dorothea Reeder Heisler ’38

Eleanor K. Hess Amy Thomas Hoopes ’50 William C. Kuhn ’36 Dino McCurdy Esther Miller Morris ’39 Anita J. Parry Charles B. Paxson ’37 Kellie Rollins June C. Smith Louise Benton Wagner ’55 Charles C. Waugh ’36


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Leadership Gifts The generous support of our many alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and friends at the leadership gifts level continued to strengthen many aspects of a George School education. LE ADERSHIP LE VELS 1893 Circle Meetinghouse Circle Main Circle Sunnybanke Circle South Lawn Circle Young Alumni* Leadership Circle

$ 25,000 $ 10,000 $ 5,000 $ 2,500 $ 1,000 $ 300

and more - 24,999 - 9,999 - 4,999 - 2,499 - 999

* Applies to alumni through their twentieth reunion.

1893 Circle Gifts of $25,000 and more The Estate of Barbara Dodd Anderson ’50  § Frederick W. II ’57 and Gisela Beans  The Estate of Frank H. Blumenthal ’32  § Coventry Health Care FJC Fred Beans Ford The Estate of Nancy Ewing Gabel ’61  § Don and Marilyn Hayden  § The Estate of Dorothea Reeder Heisler ’38 § The Estate of Eleanor K. Hess Kazahaya Family and Friends Anne C. LeDuc  § Moorhead Family Fund The Moorhead Family William G. Nelson IV ’52 § George Oechsle  The Estate of Charles B. Paxson ’37  § Philadelphia Insurance Companies Patricia Scopellite The Estate of June C. Smith  § Mary Chapman Speare ’60 Don ’39 and Rinky ’40  Sutton  § William H. and Theresa B. Tucker  Mark and Janice Waldman § The Estate of Charles C. Waugh ’36  § William Maul Measey Fund Allen F. and Hanna J.  Wise  § Brian J. ’93 and Nastaran Wise § Marc L. Wise ’87 and Laurel Williams Wise Anonymous (4)

Meetinghouse Circle Gifts of $10,000 - $24,999 110 Commerce Way Inc. Ackerman Charitable Fund Joel Ackerman Baltimore Community Foundation Charles and Michelle Bitzer David P. ’53 and Peggy B. Bruton  § The Chijioke Family The Estate of Constance Shane Clovis ’60  § Harvey and Jeanne Demovick Disney/ABC International Television Inc. Christian K. Donovan ’95 § Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fountainhead Foundation Justine Vaughen Fry ’47  § Qi Gao and Nannan Xia Harry Heller and Carol Powell Heller ’71 § Christopher and Kathleen Hellmuth HRM USA Inc. Edwin D. Huff Hunt & Ayres P.C. John F. and Penny Hunt  § Alan Jones and Ashley Garrett ’76 § Yuquan Kong and Qunfeng Zhao Huey-Ming Kuo and Shu-Ling Chiang Glenn A. Lamb and Susan W. Knight ’81 § Eric Lax and Karen A. Sulzberger ’70  § Hsien-Jung Lin and Shu-Ching Yeh Mainstream Swimsuits Inc. Robert D. McNeil and Jennifer Cox McNeil ’77 § RBC Trust Company (Delaware) Limited Norval D. and Ann Reece §

The Estate of Kellie Rollins Krysten M. Rollins ’03 Jianqun Shao and Xin Zhang Thomas D. Sharples ’35  § Jack and Nancy O. Starmer  § Lee B. Thomas § Eduardo and Ulrike Thuroff Giles Toll and Constance Longshore Hauver ’56 § Craig and Amy Trinkley UHS of Pennsylvania Inc. Ji Wang and Na Wei Weglicki Family Foundation Fund Tim and Denise Weglicki Wei Wei Wang Fund Bertrand C. Welch David P. Willis Jr ’53 § Anonymous (3)

Main Circle Gifts of $5,000 - $9,999 Robert M. Appelbaum  § Orit Atzmon Automatic Devices Company Kevin and Jill Backhus The Estate of Reba F. Barnes Thomas and Rosanne Bell § Ronald C. Bingham ’76  David Bourque and Constance Hancock Bourque ’76 Leonard and Melissa Burman Thomas Cahill Pamela Carter Lan Chung and Myong Soon Kim Community Foundation of New Jersey The Estate of Jane Adams Darnell ’46  Roland Ekerdt and Ruth Thieroff-Ekerdt Garber-Saleh Charitable Fund The Estate of Stanley M. Green ’41  § Patrick Hackett Stephen Hart and Esther Stapler Hart ’52 § Elena Henry John B. ’73 and Lucia Hoffman  § Wei-Che Jiang and Pi-Chu Lee Edith Veit Johnstone ’50 § Alan R. and Gail B. Keim § Kugelman Family Foundation Larry Kugelman John H. Lippincott ’59 § Jiping Liu and Yazhu Zhang Virginia Zerega Lloyd ’44  § Bennett P. Lomax ’95 § Joseph and Pamela Lubeck M & T Bank Norman Raab Foundation Thomas M. and Katherine O’Neill § Patrick T. Hackett Fund Posoli Foundation Paul Posoli and Joy Davis-Posoli ’88 Jenn Post Lee N. ’61 and Kitty Price  §

R.A. West Associates Inc. Relocation Movers Services Inc. Faisal A. Saleh ’70 § Shirley R. Smith Paul M. Stafford ’80 Thomas C. Steinmetz ’61 § John M. Jr ’58 and Josephine Templeton  Jratsri Tobunluepop The Estate of Louise Benton Wagner ’55 Weingart Family Fund John Weingart and Deborah M. Spitalnik  § Helen Bernard West ’36 § Robert and Maureen West Anonymous (3)

Sunnybanke Circle Gifts of $2,500 - $4,999 Michael Bahr Edward G. Jr ’48 and Elizabeth Biester § Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Inc. Jack and Ilene Brod Lawrence B. Buttenwieser ’49 § Elizabeth Chapman Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Eleanor Morris Cox ’57 § Ranya Dajani Geoffrey Darby and Margo Garrison ’72 John and Susan Eichert Ellen Wills Martin Foundation Fallen Angels Foundation Inc. Randy P. and Debbie Giles Barry and Joan Gluck § Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund Laurence B. Green ’60 § Robert and Pamela Haberle Hal K. Haveson ’69 § Eric S. Hellman ’77 and Karen Liu § Joseph and Dorothy Highland Highland-Mills Foundation Irwin and Maya Hoffman  Hoffman-Bravy Charitable Foundation Yung-Yi Hsu and Li-Li Chen Laura Grontkowski James ’86  § Nancy Bigbee Jensen ’65  § David H. ’54 and Ann M. Johns § Johnson Family Fund Richard and Carole Johnson

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Michael J. Kosoff ’56 and Virginia Work Kosoff ’56 § The Estate of William C. Kuhn ’36  Hsiu-Hua Lin ’14 Lomax Family Foundation Kassem L. Lucas ’90 § M.A. & Josephine R. Grisham Foundation Leonard E. Majzlin ’57 and Carol Hall Majzlin Ellen W. Martin Thomas P. and Olivia N. McDonough James E. and Becky McGarry Microsoft New York Community Trust The Nye Family Duk Hyum Park and Young Sook Choi Helder F. Rocha ’03 William B. Rodgers and Jody A. Krosnick Rodgers ’79 Tom Rogers ’73 and Kathy Hart Rogers ’75 § Marco and Sondra Sacchi Sacherman Fund James Sacherman ’75 § Schwab Charitable Fund Craig and Kim Scott Ken Shinoda ’91 § Silicon Valley Community Foundation Leslie Plapinger Skolnick ’75 § Mitchel Skolnick § Vance P. Stevenson ’97 § Bill Stewart and Marise Meynet Stewart ’83 § Thomas D. Bell Charitable Fund Jevon W. ’97 and Charlotte N. Thoresen Paul and Deborah Wenclawiak § Paul C. Wenclawiak Jr ’06 Virginia L. Wenclawiak ’02 Christopher G. Willett and Mary E. Sunday Jian Zhang and Min Shi

South Lawn Circle Gifts of $1,000 - $2,499 James C. Alden ’52 and Anne Brewer Alden ’53 Alderbaugh Foundation Patrick Alguire and Barbara Mathes § John S. ’63 and Elizabeth Ambler Frances Meyer Anderson ’63 Andrew D. Steginsky Philanthropic Fund Constance Archbald ’56  § John and Bobbie Arlotta Asahel P. H. Bloomer/Caroline D. Bloomer Charitable Trust Andrew Asher Bank of America Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Norman and Inez Bing § Adi J. Blum ’96 Helen Benton Boley ’55  § Melvin Brownold § William B. P. Jr ’56  and Jean K. Cadwallader Ann C. Campbell  § Douglas Campbell Jr ’47 James Carlson Joonweon Choi and Dohee Kim Keun Young Choi and Min Hee Kim Rebecca Trowbridge Claffey ’88 Geoffrey and Lisa A. Collier § Cream Hill Foundation Jefferson H. Crowther ’63 CulinArt Inc. Blythe Danner ’60 Raj Dave and Anita Bhala Jeffrey and Lisa Dayton § David B. H. ’62 and Gloria Denoon  Mary Dieter Susan Lloyd Doran ’61 Don and Lisa Drakeman Carol Hauver Emerick ’54 § James and Ruth English Steven B. Epstein William N. Farran III ’68 Federico and Liz Charitable Gift Fund Gerald D. and Amy R. Ferguson § Frank A. Fetter ’65 § David H. Foster ’65 and Holly Barnet-Sanchez ’65 §  Theodore D. Frey ’51 § Michael and Sonia Fusco Joel Gardner and Holly A. Phelps ’70  § Michael F. and Gail Gersie Gilbert and Rebecca Kerlin Fund Charles and Anne Katrin Gillespie Florence Wellington Haase ’44 § Morgan P. Hankins ’93 Joseph Baum Harris ’52 A. Louisa Beck Hatanaka ’66 § Eleanor Haupt David Hayden and Tracy LaRou Richard and Sally R. Henriques § Highfields Fund Frances Hankinson Hillman ’49 § Rich Hilpert and Heather Hoerle Anthony and Giuseppina Hipple Christopher T. Holtz and Jennifer Parker Holtz ’89 § Charles S. ’44 and Nancy H. Hough  § Eleanor Zurn Hutt ’52 § Susan Foster Hyde ’63 § Elizabeth Boyle Illick ’73 IMC Construction Jewish Community Endowment Fund Steven J. ’90 and Amy Jo § David S. Johnson ’59 Ben Kaplan and Patti Smialkowski Timothy D. ’87 and Gloria Katsiff § Steven B. Kauff ’80 §

Peter and Sheila Keenan Lee H. Kenworthy ’60 § Gilbert N. and Rebecca Kerlin  Kenny ’97 and Nora King § Jody M. Kipper ’85 Yong Hyun Koh and Kyung Won Lee Jane Shaw Kolkhorst ’40 § Marjorie Ayars Laidman ’53 § Edward C. Landry ’83 § Jesse W. Lax ’14 S. Girard Lax ’70 and Dodie Hamblen § Robert and S. Odie LeFever § Johanes Lessiohadi and Juntarti Njotoprawiro Yan Li and Xin He Jie Liang and Hong Liu Joseph and Charlotte Lipinski William E. Loucks ’51 § Chao Lu and Guifeng Xue E. David Luria ’54  § Anne M. Macari § Georgia Machemer ’61 § Edward Marshall III and Joanna M. Bassert ’77 § Kristi A. Matus Samuel Mbowa and Alexandrina Malungu Mbowa ’88 Margaret Means McIntosh ’52 § Kevin and Rosemarie McKay Thomas G. Mendell ’64 § Beverly A. Mikuriya ’63 § S. David Miller ’67  § Federico Minoli and Elizabeth Kaplan Robert and Maura Morey The Estate of Esther Miller Morris ’39 § Stephen A. ’82 and Laurie Moyer mStoner Inc. Youn Yong Nam and Seong Nam Lee Bruce E. Nayowith ’73 § Steven Nayowith ’75 § Du Nguyen and Ha Do Steven Nierenberg and Wendy Gross Nierenberg ’67  § Lisa Labalme Osterland ’81 Jonathan E. ’66 and Lisa J. Otto § Joseph Palmiotti and Penny Haff J. Robert ’62 and Carol Passmore Thomas and Jean Pedersen Peggy Polsky Pennell ’54 § Howard B. Pettit ’48 § Philip Rosenau Co. Inc. Elizabeth Bernard Phillips ’61 § Joan Payne Platner ’37 § Quad Investments Inc. Susan Quinn Shirley J. Raff D. Judson Randall ’55  § Michael and Joanne Raphael § Regional Care Hospital Partners David and Joyce Rivas Shirley Rogers § Rohovsky Family Foundation Inc.

Michael W. and Karen J. Rohovsky § Burt L. ’61 and Joan Ross  John P. Rudolph ’31 § C. Peyton Rufe ’49 § John Ruhlmann Salesforce.com Carlos M. Salinas and Anne O’Toole Salinas ’88  § Schafer Family Philanthropic Fund Jack G. ’51 and Betty Schafer § Richard M. and Bette Segel § Robert S. Seltzer ’53 § William L. ’63 and Martie Serrill § Phyllis F. Sexton § C. Herbert Sharpless ’66  § Xiaodong Shen and Qinghong Qiao Peter E. Siegel ’86 Carl A. Sinderbrand ’71 § Jacqueline Smalley Benjamin S. Smith ’91 Corey R. ’61 and Jonne Smith  § Samuel E. and Elizabeth S. Smith Matthew C. Smoose ’99 Ivan R. Snyder and Hannah Palmer Snyder ’60  § Fran Soistman Barry Sonnenfeld and Susan Ringo § SOURCE Institute for Human Performance David M. Sprague and Anne Bode Aarnes ’65 Andrew Steginsky § John F. Steinfirst ’58 § Richard D. ’48 and Ann Stephenson  § Leslie Sterns-Johnson ’83 § Marian Musgrave Stewart ’48  § Barbara Kauffman Stokes ’49 § John D. and Jacqueline M.  Streetz § Michael and Gabriele Streit Wilhelm Streit ’54 § Samuel M. Sullivan ’63  Gregory Swart and Ann Kalb Swart ’80 Elizabeth Belfer Tananbaum ’53 Ted and Ruth Johnson Family Foundation Thomas C. Steinmetz Charitable Fund Thomas G. and Andrea Mendell Foundation Geraldine Dana Tisdall ’45  § E. Carl Uehlein Jr ’58 and Judith Taylor Uehlein ’57  § Vanguard Group Diane E. Vernon § Ian W. Vickery ’65 Richard and Carolyn Waghorne  Waldman Family Charitable Trust Deborah Walson Jim and Liz Wavle Elizabeth R. Weiler ’07 Nicholas S. Weiler ’11 The Weiler Family Richard J. Westcott ’50 §


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Robert T. Whittenberger ’93 Willie Deemer Wickman ’67 § M. Elizabeth Haines Williamson ’43 § William T. Yarnall ’13 Won Suk You ’13 Yeong Mahn You and Hye Sook Hong Qiming Zeng and Shuang Li Todd Zimmerman and Laurie Volk § Anonymous (4)

Young Alumni Leadership Circle Gifts of $300 - $999 given by alumni from the Classes of 1993 to 2012 Kareem O. Afzal ’93 and Nihad Kaiseruddin Philip J. Beachy ’93 Ari M. ’98 and Shauna Betof  § Laura Iverson Burg ’94 § Michael A. Church ’99 and Lindsay Eudy Church ’00 Andrew D. Cino ’00 § Kristin A. Collier ’00 Jaime L. Ginsberg ’95 Nicholas D. Kerr ’00 § Lawrence P. Laybourne ’93 and Herran Bekele ’93 Michael B. Lichtenstein ’03 Kevin M. MacWhorter ’08 Vincent B. Murphy IV ’03 § Douglas K. Mylowe ’94 Rajeev J. Patel ’99 Alexander H. Slemrod ’01 Gordon L. Toggweiler ’04 Abigail Kerlin Tucker ’94 Sean E. Vereen ’95 Molly S. Weingart ’03 § Anonymous (2)

HERB SHARPLESS ’66 Alumni Donor

George School developed the thinking skills that were the foundation for my success. What do you value about your George School experience, as the child of teachers and as a student? What I value most is the sense of community the George School experience provides. I also value the excellent teachers—like Grant Fraser, Bill Burton, and John Streetz—who always made the extra effort to be sure I was challenged and understood the material. They made me a better thinker. George School developed the thinking skills that were the foundation for my success. Why do you give to George School? My siblings and I were able to attend George School because my parents taught there. I have always felt I should help repay George School (literally) for that opportunity. Giving to George School helps it survive as the school we knew and helps it evolve. All the new construction is driven by giving; without it, the school would atrophy. It feels good to “share” and “own” a piece of the school. Why have you chosen to contribute by donating securities? It’s just smart financially. I was able to make stock investments, starting with company savings plans, which grew in value—some significantly. By giving appreciated stock*, I can donate more value than if I sold the stock to raise donation funds.

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Herb’s parents, Palmer and Joan, taught woodworking and home economics, respectively, at George School. His brother and three sisters are also alumni. After getting a BSEE (electrical engineering) from Lehigh University and an MSEE from Stanford University, Herb worked for Bell Labs. Now retired, he and wife Jan live in Wayne, Illinois (near Chicago), and LaGrange, Wisconsin. They enjoy bicycle touring (including an annual ride across Iowa), skiing, visiting national parks, and windsurfing and snorkeling in the Caribbean. Herb is also active in the Kettle Moraine Land Trust and Habitat for Humanity. *H erb understands that donating appreciated stock to George School leverages the gift’s value. Since neither party pays a capital gains tax, George School receives the stock’s full value, while the donor receives the full tax deduction.


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Gifts to Capital and Special Projects We appreciate these gifts made to capital and special projects during the 2012-2013 academic year. Capital gifts allow the school to sustain our long-term health and academic vitality, improve facilities, and provide for special programs.

ANDERSON LIBRARY BUILDING FUND

Bryco Controls Inc. David H. Foster ’65 and Holly Barnet-Sanchez ’65 §  Peter L. Joslin ’65  Roger F. Wood ’65

John Jacoppi and Necole Thurber Jacoppi Stan James and Jenny Ornsteen Musa and Haja Kaba Robert Kimelheim Joseph and Susan Knoll Robert Lamme and Sandra Sweitzer Gabriel and Jill Loewy Ashraf Lotfi and Monica Lluch-Lotfi Theresa Mazack Raymond and Mary Menna Herman Mihalich and Val Fusco Karen A. Norris Gordie Nye and Kathleen McGillivray Joseph Palmiotti and Penny Haff Matthew Perkins and Jennifer Isaacs Diane Rice Michael and Janet Roy § Carlo and Pamela Russo Bentley Smith and Monique Burnett-Smith Peter and Lisa Stone  Keith Thomas William and Anstes Uhl Deborah Walson Jan and Andrea Weidner Blake and Marion T. Wells Mark S.  and Diane Wiley Chiemi York Anonymous (1)

CLASS OF 1983 25TH REUNION FUND

COUGAR CLASSIC GOLF OUTING

Curtis E. Reid ’83

A. Brooks Construction Inc. Christopher J. Berends ’08 § David and Mary Pat Berends Edward H. and Nila G. Betof § Bachu and Joan Biswas § Bowie Gridley Architects Building Control Solutions David Chamberlain and Lynn MacDonald Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC Daniel and Jane Cohen Jonathan and Renee Cohen CulinArt Inc. Joseph P. ’91 and Christine K. Davidyock Duff Company Manufacturer and Dist. Dynamic Carpets Inc. Roger K. ’67 and Christine Eareckson

Qi Gao and Nannan Xia Hunt & Ayres P.C. John F. and Penny Hunt  § Alan Jones and Ashley Garrett ’76 § PPL Services Corporation Michael and Joanne Raphael § CHORALE CARNEGIE HALL TRIP

R.A. West Associates Inc. Robert and Maureen West CLASS OF 1937 MEMORIAL WALK

Leonard and Melissa Burman The Estate of Jane Adams Darnell ’46  CLASS OF 1959 OUTDOOR TERRACE FUND

Thomas Atkinson III ’59 § Margaret T. Evans ’59  CLASS OF 1960 50TH REUNION FUND

Philip W. May and Lucinda Wharton May ’60 § CLASS OF 1965 MEMORIAL GARDEN

CLASS OF 1984 25TH REUNION FUND

Jeffrey M. Zeiger ’84 CLASS OF 2013 DINNER DANCE FUND

Debra Gross Balka ’77 Steven and Lisa Bryer Don and Kay Butler Michael and Rose Carbonara Gregg Carpene and Melissa Loomar Carpene ’82 Louise Cather Wei-Shiuh and Caroline Chen Tim and Kimberly Clinton Robert Dandi Robert and Wendy Ellis Steve and Alice Gens Harry and Meena Guleria David Hayden and Tracy LaRou Anthony and Giuseppina Hipple

John and Denise Edelblut Fred Beans Charitable Fund H&L Team Sales Inc. Robert and Pamela Haberle Harris Comfort LLC Dana Harrison and Stephanie L. Thliveris Heath Lumber Company Daniel Hillman and Johanna Vogel Holland Floor Covering Hunt & Ayres P.C. J.M. Mechanical Services LLC Steven J. ’90 and Amy Jo § Annemarie Kiedaisch Geoff and Laura T. Kinnel § S. Girard Lax ’70 and Dodie Hamblen § Mark B. Thompson Associates LLC Don F. ’64 and Linda Marshall Robert D. McNeil and Jennifer Cox McNeil ’77 § mStoner Inc. Newtown Artesian Water Company Party Magic David and Joyce Rivas Robert D. Gilmore & Assoc. Inc. David R. ’65 and Elizabeth Satterthwaite § SOURCE Institute for Human Performance TEL-DAT Communications Inc. Transportation Services Inc. Twining Construction Co., Inc. Wellington Management Company, LLP Paul and Deborah Wenclawiak § James L. ’54 and Robin Whitely  § Willis North America Inc. Wm. W. Fabian & Son Inc. Anonymous (1) EQUESTRIAN MAINTENANCE FUND

David Hayden and Tracy LaRou FITNESS AND ATHLETICS CAPITAL INITIATIVE

(see page 31) SPECIAL PURPOSE RESTRICTED

CulinArt Inc. Norman Raab Foundation William Maul Measey Fund TEACHER/STAFF APPRECIATION LUNCHEON

Bengt Peder Af Geijerstam-Lindberg and Virginia McGee George and Carletta Brooker Steven and Lisa Bryer Lan Chung and Myong Soon Kim Joseph and Patricia Civitillo Kelley Collings Neil and Shari Dolinsky Tracy Fort Michael and Sonia Fusco George Ganges and Elizabeth O’Connell-Ganges Chris and Beth Gilbert

Harry and Meena Guleria Jeffrey and Nancy Harrison Porter and Caren Hibbitts Annemarie Kiedaisch Tej and Archana Kokroo S. Girard Lax ’70 and Dodie Hamblen § Mark A. and Mary Ellen Lederer Thomas and Ashbrook Loughlin Joseph and Pamela Lubeck Cindy K. Mahoney Marcia Mark Kevin and Rosemarie McKay Robert Mulcahy and Betsy Cotton Steve Panter and Elana Broch Mrugesh and Archana Patel Jeffrey and Tina Spotts Mauro and Angela Straulino Mark S.  and Diane Wiley Joelle Williams Chiemi York To see a list of estate gifts, including those to capital and special projects, see page 26.


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Gifts to the Fitness and Athletics Capital Initiative Thank you to the many donors who supported the Fitness and Athletics Capital Initiative. Your gifts honor all those whose dedication and hard work have made George School athletics such an important part of the history and life of our community. This list represents all gifts and pledges to our capital initiative.

Fitness and Athletics Capital Initiative Roy T. Abbott Jr ’48  § Holly Alden ’66 James C. Alden ’52 and Anne Brewer Alden ’53 Alderbaugh Foundation Stephanie Alisuag-Schreiber ’87 Cynthia Allen ’71 Mark and Wendy Allen David Allison ’68 Paul M. Altman ’76 and Frances Benson Altman ’76 § John S. ’63 and Elizabeth Ambler Harry E. Andrews II ’60 William M. Andrews ’62 John T. ’54 and Mary M. Arnold § Elliot and Corinne Austein § John C. Austin ’79 Maurice W. Ayars Jr ’64 Bank of America Stephen F. Barsky ’59 Judy Bartella § William G. Barton ’65 § John R. Bassert ’72 § John P. Battin Jr ’53 Lisa Parry Becker ’89 § William Beinlich and Suzanne Cadwallader Beinlich ’92 § Thomas and Rosanne Bell § Michael H. Bernardini ’05 Steven D. Bernardini and Nancy Zurn Bernardini § Allison S. Betof ’01 § Ari M. ’98 and Shauna Betof  § Edward H. and Nila G. Betof § Edward G. Jr ’48 and Elizabeth Biester § Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Ronald C. Bingham ’76  Charles and Michelle Bitzer Juana K. Bivins Adi J. Blum ’96 Eric ’63 and Lori Blumberg § Jean A. Boardman ’62 David L. and Ruth W. Bourns  § J. Courtney Bourns ’89 Peter M. Bowers ’70 Adele Boyd J. David Brimmer and Amy Ward Brimmer

Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Inc. Arthur Brosius II ’60 Carolyn Campbell Brown ’67  Kay Shaw Browne ’62  David P. ’53 and Peggy B. Bruton  § Gary Bugg and Elizabeth Shaw Bugg ’63 David K. Burton ’89  § David L. Cadwallader ’83 William B. P. Jr ’56  and Jean K. Cadwallader Taylor Campellone ’14 Tyler V. Campellone ’12 § Vincent R. Campellone and Karen Baker Campellone ’82 Alyssa J. Carcia ’12 Antoinette C. Carcia ’07 § Danielle C. Carcia ’05 Mallory E. Carcia ’11 § Vincent and Christine Carcia Gretchen Castle Allyson Farrelly Catanzaro ’78 Tara M. Chambers ’87 § Andrew J. Chen ’91 Chen-Yu Cheng and Hsiu-Huei Lee The Chijioke Family Michael A. Church ’99 and Lindsay Eudy Church ’00 Jason Cilo and Amanda L. Charlton ’87 Victoria Clark James S. Coan ’54 and Clara Montgomery Coan ’55  § Jeffrey J. Cogshall ’72 and Rosamond Ryan Alexander J. Cohen ’99 Edward S. Cohen ’82  § Christopher Colando and Kimberly Verica Colando ’83 Geoffrey and Lisa A. Collier § Kristin A. Collier ’00 John and Susie Collins Harry R. Colson Jr ’56  Community Foundation of New Jersey Logan L. Conklin ’03 Barry and Dottie Coppock § William M. Craighead ’44 and Betty Bakley Craighead §

Susan J. Crane ’76  § Carl K. Croft ’65 § Anita V. Crofts ’88 § Daniel W. and Elizabeth M. Crofts § Jefferson H. Crowther ’63 Robert D. Culp ’64 Bernard S. ’92 and Tyeshia Cultess Margot Cunningham Glenn Curry and Susan Clarke-Curry Alexander G. Darby ’11 Geoffrey Darby and Margo Garrison ’72 Laura Darling Joseph P. ’91 and Christine K. Davidyock Kevin Davis ’77 and Jennifer Kuebler Davis ’78 § Ashby E. Denoon ’62 David B. H. ’62 and Gloria Denoon  Allison DeSantis Bruce S. DiMicco ’75 and Deborah Vernon DiMicco ’72 § David A. DiMicco ’74 Catherine W. Dockhorn ’11 § William S. Dockhorn ’56 and Carol Wengert § Christian K. Donovan ’95 § C. Trevor Dunham Jr ’37  § Roger K. ’67 and Christine Eareckson Kevin M. Edwards ’97 § Robert Eliot and Joan Campbell Eliot ’65 § Larry Ely and Tamson Myers Ely ’63 § David ’48 and Sally Emory § James and Ruth English Carolyn I. Evans ’63 W. Lee ’58 and Vicki J. Evans Nathan G. and Catherine L. M. Ezzo Daryl Fair and Barbara L. Kibler Nils and Katherine Falk Alan Farneth and Sara Wislar Farneth ’62 Gail Gleeson Feldman ’62 Benjamin R. Fisher ’02 David H. Foster ’65 and Holly Barnet-Sanchez ’65 §  Fountainhead Foundation Daniel David Fredricks Jeffrey D. Freedman ’83 § Paul H. and Ann K. Friedman Barbie Gale ’71 Jeanne B. Garrison ’65 Lisa S. Garrison ’69 § Robert W. Geissinger Michael F. and Gail Gersie Michael Giardinelli and Elizabeth Geissinger Giardinelli ’74 James C. and Judith W. Gibbons Jaime L. Ginsberg ’95 Joan Hagerty Giunta ’63 Danielle R. Glick ’06 § Ronald and Eileen Glick Albert ’82 and Diane Graziosa

Shaun P. Greene ’01 Brendan Greer and Vivian W. Yeh Louisa Coan Greve ’83 § David R. Griscom ’62 and Barbara Helman Griscom ’62 Norman J. Groetzinger and Linda Lynes Groetzinger ’62 Margaret Grove Alberto Gutierrez ’75 and Theresa M. Finn Mark Haber and N. Chiyo Moriuchi  Robert and Pamela Haberle John F. Hallowell ’71 § Joseph G. Hancock Jr ’56 § Alard L. and Susan W. Hanover Jim Harris and Elena O’Boyle Harris ’90 § Natalie Nelson Hastings ’43  Carol Haussermann Hal K. Haveson ’69 § Don and Marilyn Hayden  § Harry Heller and Carol Powell Heller ’71 § Eric S. Hellman ’77 and Karen Liu § Beverly Malabre Hendricks ’70 Arthur C. ’47 and Sarah Henrie  § Richard and Sally R. Henriques § The Estate of Eleanor K. Hess Joseph and Dorothy Highland Highland-Mills Foundation Barbara L. Hires ’62  Irwin and Maya Hoffman  John B. ’73 and Lucia Hoffman  § Hoffman-Bravy Charitable Foundation Christopher T. Holtz and Jennifer Parker Holtz ’89 § Amy Thomas Hoopes ’50   Kenneth C. Hopkins ’62 Charles S. ’44 and Nancy H. Hough  § Andes Van Syckle Hruby ’87 Edwin D. Huff John F. and Penny Hunt  § Anne Hunter ’82 and Wendy Wiese Elizabeth Davison Hyde ’76 Antonio P. Jackson ’71 and E. Marie Hooper Jackson ’73  § Lauren M. Jackson ’03 Sheila A. Jacobs Rudolph W. Japchen ’54 Steven J. ’90 and Amy Jo § John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

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David S. Johnson ’59 Joseph W. Johnson ’57 and Susan Fritche Johnson Alan Jones and Ashley Garrett ’76 § Joan L. Jones Paula Ernst Jones ’74 Peter L. Joslin ’65  Bridge C. Joyce ’94 Drew A. Justice ’99 Roger and Andrea Justice Scott L. Justice ’97 Lawrence I. Katin ’77 Timothy D. ’87 and Gloria Katsiff § Tod J. ’71 and Barrie L. Kaufman § Alan R. and Gail B. Keim § David H. Keller Jr Jennifer M. Keller ’79 Melissa B. Keller ’84 Christopher and Catherine Kerr § Nicholas D. Kerr ’00 § Julia S. Kim ’80 Kenny ’97 and Nora King § Geoff and Laura T. Kinnel § Scott S. Klein ’99 Jacqueline F. Knoll ’13 Joseph and Susan Knoll Michael E. Knoll ’97 Yong Hyun Koh and Kyung Won Lee Barbara McAnerney Kohout ’74 Yuquan Kong and Qunfeng Zhao Michael J. Kosoff ’56 and Virginia Work Kosoff ’56 § Huey-Ming Kuo and Shu-Ling Chiang Judith R. Ladson ’71 Glenn A. Lamb and Susan W. Knight ’81 § Paul D. Lambert and Margaret Weimar Lambert ’47 Derric S. Landor ’77 Edward C. Landry ’83 § John and Gwyneth Langeler Eric T. Larkin ’81 Jesse W. Lax ’14 S. Girard Lax ’70 and Dodie Hamblen § Lawrence P. Laybourne ’93 and Herran Bekele ’93 Douglas E. Leach ’71 Anne C. LeDuc  § Robert and S. Odie LeFever § Lewis Levine ’68 and Nellie Justicia H. Paul Lewis ’61 and Lydia Parry Lewis ’62 Yan Li and Xin He Jack and Lois Lichstein Harris and Riselle Lilienfeld Matthew H. Lilienfeld ’99 Hsien-Jung Lin and Shu-Ching Yeh Jody Lisberger ’71 Jiping Liu and Yazhu Zhang Nancy J. Lloyd ’62 Virginia Zerega Lloyd ’44  § Bennett P. Lomax ’95 § George E. Long Jr and Maureen P. Long

Barbara Longstreth Justin Louchheim ’95 and Whitney Trevelyan Louchheim ’96 Bromley W. Lowe Jr ’89 Kassem L. Lucas ’90 § Frank and Katie Lumpkin E. David Luria ’54  § Philip T. Lynes ’65 Corona A. Machemer ’60 § Georgia Machemer ’61 § Paul A. ’65 and Pamela E. Machemer § Elizabeth Deeds MacKenzie ’78 § Claudia Mahon  P. Todd Makler Jr and Susan Rarig Makler ’65 Claudio and Savanna J. Mapelli Edward Marshall III and Joanna M. Bassert ’77 § Joseph and Barbara Marshall § Carolyn Walton Martin ’65 Katherine Farran Martz ’98 Dwayne L. McCoy ’94 John M. McDaniel III ’60 Elizabeth Cope McDonald ’69 § Debi Field McGrath Dan McIntyre and Alenka M. Zeman ’96 § Robert D. McNeil and Jennifer Cox McNeil ’77 § Pamela A. ’70 and Victoria Mederos-Streetz Ryan S. Mellon ’02 and Lauren Mauro Mellon ’01 Walter and Arlene B. Meranze Delia Mercene Natalie Sperry Meyer ’48 § Arden D. Miller ’98 Donald S. ’65 and Lynda Miller Dorothy Pusey Miller ’48 Gary M. Miller ’77 S. David Miller ’67  § Stephen P. Miller ’78 Jamaal B. Mobley ’00 and Denyse Deane Bethann Morgan ’81  Stephen A. ’82 and Laurie Moyer Lindalee Knight Mulligan ’80 § Eric J. Musser ’05 Douglas K. Mylowe ’94 Bruce E. Nayowith ’73 § Theodore and Marjorie Nickles § Emily Nicklin ’71 § Steven Nierenberg and Wendy Gross Nierenberg ’67  § Ralph and Sondra Nuzzolo George Oechsle  Martin and Elizabeth Ogletree § Louis M. Onori Jr ’94 John D. Orr ’47 and Diane Siesel Orr ’52  § Deborah Baldwin Osborne ’63 Jane Oswald Frederick C. Paine ’71 Joseph Palmiotti and Penny Haff Elias F. Papatestas ’90 John Paradis and Lani Clark ’63

Candi Parry Ryan J. Parry ’94 W. Blake K. Jr ’65 and Janice Parry § Katherine Eudy Patterson  Amanda Sloan Perez ’83 George L. ’58 and Nancy Pickering § William D. ’55 and Katherine K. Pickering § Martin Pincus and Patricia Kramon Pincus ’68 Chickie Poisson Andrew M. Popkin ’83 and Amy Taylor Popkin ’82  § Posoli Foundation Paul Posoli and Joy Davis-Posoli ’88 Arthur L. Powell § G. Ronald ’63 and Susan Powell Nancy E. Powell ’71  § Hugh L. Preece ’85 Susan Quinn Kevin S. ’88 and Merit Raff Christine Rauschkolb-Loeffler Philip Rech and Beth Copeland Norval D. and Ann Reece § Douglas and Elizabeth Rendall Huston Ripley Rodney Robinson § William B. Rodgers and Jody A. Krosnick Rodgers ’79 Tom Rogers ’73 and Kathy Hart Rogers ’75 § Joel and Rosemarie Rosenberg § Seth A. Rosenthal ’78 § Jean Platt Rospondek ’69 Toni Rossi and Kimberly J. Stone ’96 Edith Holden Roth ’74 Michelle Ruess Douglas S. Russell ’62 Stella Lee Harned Russo ’65 Marco and Sondra Sacchi Sally Holton Sakewicz ’62 Dudley W. Saurman ’62  Alan H. Schechter and Alison Rhoads Schechter ’54 Schwab Charitable Fund Craig and Kim Scott Nicholas R. Segal ’79 Richard M. and Bette Segel § William L. ’63 and Martie Serrill § Phyllis F. Sexton § Jianqun Shao and Xin Zhang Michael D. Shepard ’80 § Michael L. Sherman ’83 Gregory T. Sherr ’87 Alvin and Helene Shipon Deborah Eareckson Siachos ’95 Jeffrey M. Siegel ’79 Joshua R. Silvester ’02 John C. Siverd and Nancy Sussman Siverd ’63  § Leslie Plapinger Skolnick ’75 § Mitchel Skolnick § Benjamin S. Smith ’91 Holly Smith ’63 § The Estate of June C. Smith  § Samuel E. and Elizabeth S. Smith Stephanie Bumgarner Smith ’83 §

Conzilio Sodano Jr ’82 Craig X. ’74 and Sherry Sotres § SOURCE Institute for Human Performance David M. Sprague and Anne Bode Aarnes ’65 Springbank Foundation Lea Stabinski Christopher W. Stackpole and Margaret Emory Stackpole ’62 § Jack and Nancy O. Starmer  § Andrew Steginsky § John F. Steinfirst ’58 § Richard D. ’48 and Ann Stephenson  § Susan Keller Stevenson Jeffrey P. Stewart ’03 Joan Stiles Jessica Stirba ’02 Jay Storch ’68 and Anne Culp Storch ’67  § William and Joanna K. Storrar Marlin Stroh Daniel C. Suchenski ’04 Amanda Sullivan Robert Sullivan Samuel M. Sullivan ’63  Don ’39 and Rinky ’40  Sutton  § Gregory Swart and Ann Kalb Swart ’80 Henry and Cecilia D. Sweeney Robert Tabor and Amy Lewis Tabor ’68  § James M. Talbot ’61 and Nina Sinkler § Wendy L. Talbot ’70  Yupai Tang Judith Eareckson Taylor ’91 Sara Sweitzer Taylor ’72 Tiffany M. Taylor Walter S. Teller ’62 Abraham M. Thomas ’02 Robert W. Thomas ’63  Jevon W. ’97 and Charlotte N. Thoresen Kathy Thoresen Daniel E. Titus ’04 Jratsri Tobunluepop Gordon L. Toggweiler ’04 Chris Toll and Jane Rech James W. Townsend Jr ’61 Andrew P. Trull ’72 and Tacie Yerkes Trull ’74 § K. Grace Turnbull ’05 Garry-Lou Haberman Upton ’62 § Rolf ’42 and Nancy E. Valtin  § Christopher Vandersloot and Jennifer L. DeVan ’88 David Voorhees and Karen Curtin Voorhees ’74 Anthony E. Wade ’96 John Waitz and Terese Van Solkema-Waitz ’74 § Ji Wang and Na Wei M. Bryan Warf ’00 R. Thomas and Anne Warf T. Ahren Warf ’97


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Bruce E. Webster ’77 § Russell M. Weimar ’48   § John Weingart and Deborah M. Spitalnik  § Angi R. West ’99 Robert and Maureen West Jackie Westervelt James L. ’54 and Robin Whitely  § Dorris Spencer Wickman ’73 Willie Deemer Wickman ’67 § Susan Keim Wiggins ’81 § William B. Parry & Son Ltd. Richard and Evelyn Willis Martha S. Wilson ’65 Allan R. ’62 and Susan S. Winn § Allen F. and Hanna J.  Wise  § Brian J. ’93 and Nastaran Wise § Marc L. Wise ’87 and Laurel Williams Wise Roger F. Wood ’65 Stafford A. Woodley Jr ’94 Richard and Carol Wozniak § W. A. Stewart Wright Jr ’62 § David and Karen Wurz William T. Yarnall ’13 Won Suk You ’13 Yeong Mahn You and Hye Sook Hong John Zurn Marianne Zurn Anonymous (7)

Tribute Gifts KENNY KING ’97 In Honor of... Nancy Zurn Bernardini Allison S. Betof ’01 Ari M. Betof ’98 Dorothy W. Detwiler Robert W. Geissinger John R. Gleeson III ’65 Anne C. LeDuc Paul A. Machemer ’65 David R. Satterthwaite ’65 Katartouch Tobunluepop ’16 Russell M. Weimar ’48  In Memory of... Barbara Dodd Anderson ’50 Eleanor K. Hess Stanley Sutton

Fit for the Future Donor*

George School helped change my life... If the school feels something is important and makes a commitment to do something, I’ll always want to help out. What did you learn at George School that you still find useful today? Don’t judge people by their appearance. Have an open mind. That has helped me be successful. I also gained an appreciation for silence in meeting for worship. Moments of silence still give me clarity. They help me slow down and see things differently. In addition, George School gave me a huge amount of confidence and taught me to think in a more critical manner. It wasn’t easy academically. In fact, it was great to be pushed to a higher level. You realized that you could face a tough challenge and if you worked hard, you could succeed. It’s similar in your career. You know if you push yourself a little harder, you can expand your mind and do something great. What do you value most about George School? What’s special about George School is the people. I always felt I had two advisors—my real advisor, Pippa Porter Rex, and my unofficial advisor, Dave Satterthwaite ’65. I could ask him about anything. Whatever Dave needed, I would help out. We became really close. I think that’s true of a lot of the faculty. They weren’t your parents, but they cared about you. Dave really looked after me. He’d give the tough message a parent would give but was also really supportive. Why did you give to the fitness and athletics initiative—for sports or for George School as a whole? Both. I’m not the best athlete, but I enjoy sports and spent a lot of my time around the Athletic Department. Schools need to update their facilities periodically to keep up. The track interests me the most, because I ran track, but the whole project is a great idea. More generally, George School helped change my life. I’ve been fortunate, and I’ve given to other initiatives. If the school feels something is important, I’ll always want to help out.

  JOHN M. GEORGE SOCIETY DONORS WHO INCLUDE GEORGE SCHOOL IN THEIR WILLS OR ESTATE PLANS

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STICKY BUN SOCIETY

An Oliver Scholar from Staten Island, New York, Kenny went to Tulane University before launching a career in hedge funds. After three years in London, Kenny returned to New York City, where he manages a team at JP Morgan. He lives in Rumson, New Jersey, with wife Nora and baby daughter Clara and enjoys golf and reading.

DONORS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS EVERY YEAR SINCE GRADUATING OR FOR TEN OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS 

DECEASED

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Gifts to Endowment A strong endowment is vital to a vibrant George School experience. Your gifts to endowment provide the capacity needed to meet our core commitments and help us maintain our steadfast commitment to financial aid, faculty and staff support, and environmental sustainability. Endowment funds also provide the long-term financial stability that allows the school to weather periods of economic turbulence.

CLASS OF 1964 ENDOWED FUND FOR

JOHN CHARLES O'NEILL MUSICAL

INTERNATIONAL BACCALAUREATE FACULTY

PERFORMANCE FUND

ENRICHMENT

Thomas M. and Katherine O’Neill § Anne Catherine Rivoire Frances Rivoire Megan Rivoire

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Walter C. and Leslie E. Wright Fund Walter C. III ’64 and Leslie E. Wright

JOHN COOPER ELIOT '80 ENDOWED DAVID L. BOURNS SCHOLARSHIP FUND

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Phyllis L. Babcock § The Estate of Charles C. Waugh ’36  §

Robert E. and Margaret B. Anderson § R. John Davison John and Sylvia Eliot §

DR. RICHARD EMMET ENDOWED

ADAM M. CAHILL SCHOLARSHIP FUND

CLASS OF 1950 ENDOWED FUND

Thomas Cahill

FOR FACULTY SALARIES

Anonymous (1) ALEXANDRA DUBOYS CASILLO FUND

Baumeister Family Foundation Mitch and Lynn Baumeister Tibbi Duboys § Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Karin Fink § K Interior Design Gilbert Klajman § Mark C. Merwin ’94 ALICE MILLER LONGSHORE '05

CLASS OF 1950 ENDOWED FUND FOR FINANCIAL AID

Anonymous (1) CLASS OF 1951 SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Kenneth S. Burton ’51 and Marjorie McFeely Burton ’55 § N. Leroy Kirk ’50 and Sarah Weaver Kirk ’51 Margery Levy Lustig ’51 §

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The Estate of Esther Miller Morris ’39 §

CLASS OF 1954 BOOK FUND

ANDREW BOURNS SOCIAL JUSTICE FUND

CLASS OF 1955 50TH REUNION FUND

David L. and Ruth W. Bourns  § Joseph J. and Gail Caputo Christopher T. Holtz and Jennifer Parker Holtz ’89 § John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

FOR FACULTY SALARIES

E. David Luria ’54  §

Kenneth S. Burton ’51 and Marjorie McFeely Burton ’55 § Eugenia Nelson Dilg ’55 § CLASS OF 1962 50TH REUNION FUND

Paul H. Morrow ’62 ANDREW W. BOURNS SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Robert E. and Margaret B. Anderson § Crofts Family Fund Daniel W. and Elizabeth M. Crofts § Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Steven Nierenberg and Wendy Gross Nierenberg ’67  § APPELBAUM SCHOLARSHIP

Bethann Morgan ’81  BEVERLY GOODMAN WELCH '56 SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Bertrand C. Welch BIENVENIDO SCHOLARSHIP

Chip Poston § CLASS OF 1948 50TH REUNION ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Asa L. Colson III ’48 and Vivian P. Colson

CLASS OF 1962 SCHOLARSHIP FUND

John M. Jr ’62 and Patricia A. Robinson § W. A. Stewart Wright Jr ’62 § CLASS OF 1963 ENDOWMENT FOR SCHOLARSHIPS

Frances Meyer Anderson ’63 Sara Kelso Chambers ’63 Frank S. Duke Jr and Carol Ellis Duke ’63 § Susan Foster Hyde ’63 § Beverly A. Mikuriya ’63 § Alice J. Rarig ’63 Gretchen A. Sandles ’63 § Frances Preston Schutz ’63  § Deborah Chapman Stewart ’63 § John C. Wood ’63 and Elyse DiBiagio-Wood

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

LIBRARIAN ENDOWMENT FUND

Steven D. Emmet ’62 §

Anonymous (2)

DUSTY MILLER ENERGY FUND

MICHAEL SHERRIN SCHOLARSHIP FUND

D. Scott Miller ’84 § S. David Miller ’67  § Tyco Electronics

Gerald D. and Amy R. Ferguson § PETRO TUCKER SCHOLARSHIP FUND

William H. and Theresa B. Tucker  ELIZABETH H. JOHNS FUND

David H. ’54 and Ann M. Johns §

REBA BARNES FACULTY CHAIR

The Estate of Reba F. Barnes ELIZABETH THATCHER UEHLEIN '32 FUND

E. Carl Uehlein Jr ’58 and Judith Taylor Uehlein ’57  §

RODMAN E. '34 AND KATHERINE C. NEPLEY TUITION AID FUND

David ’66 and Suzanna Nepley  § ENDOWMENT FOR ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

RONALD HALLOWELL SPENCER MEMORIAL

Lana Pyburn Winrock International

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Joan Eberhard ’71  § John F. Hallowell ’71 §

ENDOWMENT FOR FINANCIAL AID

Marcia Fisher Christopher D. Miller ’97 JAMES S. AND CONSTANCE S. CLOVIS SCHOLARSHIP FUND

The Estate of Constance Shane Clovis ’60  §

UNRESTRICTED ENDOWMENT

The Estate of Stanley M. Green ’41  § The Estate of Charles B. Paxson ’37  § Mary Chapman Speare ’60 WALTER H. MOHR ENDOWED LECTURE FUND

JANET HAINES KOSOFF '56

Harriett S. White Richards ’44  §

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Laura Buchko Michael F. and Gail Gersie Michael J. Kosoff ’56 and Virginia Work Kosoff ’56 § Susan Kosoff

WILLIAM AND ASA CADWALLADER SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Asa C. Cadwallader ’58 and Ann Lunn Brown Cadwallader WISE FAMILY ENDOWED

JEAN HARE PLATT SCHOLARSHIP FUND

SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Jean Platt Rospondek ’69

Ackerman Charitable Fund Joel Ackerman Mark and Elizabeth A. Adelhelm Advance Health Anderson Cattle Co. John and Bobbie Arlotta Andrew Asher Michael Bahr Baltimore Community Foundation Bank of Osage City Michael and Natalie Barrist David R. Biester ’86 Claudia Bjerre Aaron Blumenthal Douglas and Lisa Bonaquist

JOHN AND JACKIE STREETZ SCHOLARSHIP FUND

Millard D. Brown II ’61 § Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund David F. Lindenfeld ’61 § Elizabeth Bernard Phillips ’61 § Thomas C. Steinmetz ’61 § Jonathan Strong ’61 § Thomas C. Steinmetz Charitable Fund


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Don and Patti Branine William and Mary Braun CareCore National James Carlson Joseph N. Carroll Coastal Plains Insurance Bryan M. Corsini Coventry Health Care Helen Cox Kevin Davis Thomas Davis and Maureen Zent Travers and Lynn Davis Travers Davis Davis/Zent Family Fund Patrisha Davis-Coupe R. John Davison Rafael DeJesus Harvey and Jeanne Demovick Tim DiCocco The DiMino Family Judy Dixon Don and Lisa Drakeman John Duncan Amalia Duran-Wolff Bart Epstein Steven B. Epstein Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund FJC Bruce M. Fried Randy P. and Debbie Giles Tuvy Guss Patrick Hackett James C. Hansberger Dennis and Randee Lee Hickey Leanne Holland Chaofu J. Kao and Victoria S. Wei Donna Karpa Bruce and Joane Katsiff Timothy D. ’87 and Gloria Katsiff § Kent C. Kelly Sedik S. Khoranian Stanley G. Kleja Kugelman Family Foundation Larry Kugelman Roman Kulich Davina C. Lane Richard E. and Kathleen E. Lavigne Carrol E. Littlejohn Nancy Littlejohn Robert L. and Mary Lynn Logan Carolyn B. Lyday and Margaret A. Sanborn Kristi A. Matus James McBride Hardy and Jo Ann McCullough Thomas P. and Olivia N. McDonough James E. and Becky McGarry Judith McKevitt John F. Megrue Everett and Stacey Moddie Moore Bennett Haag Robert Moore Moorhead Family Fund The Moorhead Family Robert and Maura Morey

Michael Nelson Timothy E. Nolan Patti Nurnberg Mary Lou E. Osborne Patrick T. Hackett Fund John and Mary Pauley Leo Pauls Jason Pett Charles and Carolyn Pilgrim PrairieLand Partners, Inc. Patsy Knapp Price Edward and Linda Prout Ethan and Kate Prout Laura Quam Donald and Harriet Ratzlaff Glenda Redding Regional Care Hospital Partners James H. and Sheila Richard Hassan Rifaat A. Scott Ritchie Lisa Robinson John Ruhlmann Rural/Metro Corporation Helen Ryan Keri Ryan Kevin Ryan Rebecca Sanborn Carol Schmidt Michele Shepherd Sanjay Singh Jacqueline Smalley Shirley R. Smith Fran Soistman Janet Stallmeyer Don W. and Nancy J. Stands Charles R. and Barbara J. Stark John and Rita Stelben Thomas G. and Doris E. Stranghoner Todd and Elizabeth Stranghoner Jamie Stratton Joseph Swedish Leigh Ann Swigert Ryan Swigert Shane Swigert Bob F. Thompson and Mary Battle Thompson Perry and Kim Thompson William B. and Sadie Tourtillott Todd and Laurie Trettin Chris James Turoff Verisk Healthcare Jim and Liz Wavle James and Jane Wedgeworth Weglicki Family Foundation Fund Tim and Denise Weglicki Jonathan and Jennifer Weinberg Jamie and Deborah Wells West Star Aviation Inc. Alonzo White Bryan Whitmore Suzanne Williams Allen F. and Hanna J.  Wise  § Brian J. ’93 and Nastaran Wise § Gary K. and Patricia L. Wise Marc L. Wise ’87 and Laurel Williams Wise

Dale Wolf Anonymous (2) To see a list of estate gifts, including those to endowment, see page 26.

  JOHN M. GEORGE SOCIETY DONORS WHO INCLUDE GEORGE SCHOOL IN THEIR WILLS OR ESTATE PLANS

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STICKY BUN SOCIETY DONORS WHO HAVE MADE GIFTS EVERY YEAR SINCE GRADUATING OR FOR TEN OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS

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Gifts from Alumni and Students The generosity of alumni and students bears witness to the care, intellectual challenge, and love they have experienced during their time at George School, and how that has shaped their lives. It is also a mark of their care for current and future generations of George School students. We are very grateful for their support.

1942 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $2,015.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $2,015.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 29%

1932

The Estate of Dorothea Reeder Heisler § Eileen Mattis O’Brien  § Emily Park Powers § Margaret Brick Robjent § Ann Fussell Schellenger § Amelie Anderson Sloan §

Richard P. Bansen and Shirley Mutch Bansen § Mary Eastburn Biggin  § Priscilla Haas Blum and Roger G. Blum § Margaret Wilson Denison John S. Eastburn  § Roger and Jean Ernst § Barbara Gawthrop Hallowell  § Elizabeth Dunn Mutch Joan Seidman Piker Cornelia Clarke Schmidt  § Eleanor Jessup Stevenson § Virginia Cobb Thibodeaux and Page J. Thibodeaux §

The Estate of Frank H. Blumenthal  §

1939

1943

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $52,619.80

70TH REUNION

1933

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,095.00

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $4,370.00

John H. Wood Jr  §

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 27%

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $4,370.00

1935

Donald C. Bansen Jr § Margaret Smith Dolan § Herbert W. Fraser § The Estate of Esther Miller Morris § Don ’39 and Rinky ’40  Sutton  § David S. Way §

1922 The Estate of Paul B. Entrekin

1931 John P. Rudolph §

Thomas D. Sharples  §

1936 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $232,432.17 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $8,193.64 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 39%

Sarah Campbell Coale § Jean Comfort Hallowell and Ralph Hallowell § The Estate of William C. Kuhn  Jane Cloud Moore and Kenneth Moore § Cynthia Loram Thomas The Estate of Charles C. Waugh  § Helen Bernard West §

1937 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $1,537,439.32 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $12,085.15 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 21%

C. Trevor Dunham Jr  § Susan Shaw Keffer  The Estate of Charles B. Paxson  § Joan Payne Platner § Margery Brearley Ward Robert C. III and Virginia H. Wilson §

1938 75TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $181,150.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,150.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 35%

Agnes Warne Blackstone § Miriam E. Eyre  §

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 50%

1940 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $53,824.80 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $3,300.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 33%

Marjory R. Abbott § Louise Zimmerman Forscher § Jane Shaw Kolkhorst § Alice Nathan Levin § Judith Raymond Odlum § Alice Waddington Price § Kirk Roberts § Barbara Frantz Sanders § Hannah Broomell Wilson § Helen Miller Wilson § Dorothy Fiske Winnette  Anonymous (1)

1941

Dean G. Abercrombie Mary Elizabeth Ridge Allison  John R. Booth Jr § William D. Boyer § Richard R. and Nancy D. Curtin Nancy Smith Hayden § David Y. Hughes § Macdonald H. Leach  § Jean Taggart Lindblad § Judith Wright Matchett  § Isabelle Ewing McVaugh § Robert W. Parker Betty Wilson Parry Henry C. Jr and Patricia Pickering Donald S. Preston Jane Gill Shumaker Sonia Chalif Simon § Marian Morse Swan § Louis H. and Judith Vernon Elizabeth Eastburn Wells § M. Elizabeth Haines Williamson § JoAnn Johnson Woodman and Lewis Woodman  § Anonymous (1)

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $6,610.00

1944

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,610.00

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $9,650.00

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 35%

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $6,600.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 29%

Ruthanna Smith Bayless § John R. Cary § Laura Cadwallader Clappison § Clifford R. Gillam Jr § The Estate of Stanley M. Green  § Caroline Smith Hoffman  § Bruce H. Kinloch § William I. Marble  § Senta Amon Raizen § Whitney K. Stearns § Richard T. Wilson §

Mary Stone Brodish § M. Blouke Carus Alice E. Duncan Aimée Wildman Elsbree and Langdon Elsbree ’48 § Cynthia Tomlinson Evans § William T. Green § Drusilla Park Gullberg § Florence Wellington Haase §

Charles S. and Nancy H. Hough  § Camille Buzby Lamont Edgar P. Leggett § John H. Livingstone Jr Virginia Zerega Lloyd  § Harriett S. White Richards  § Heinz Valtin §

1945 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $4,580.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $4,580.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 30%

C. Biddle Jr and Susan Atlee § Norman A. and Nancy Chance § Nancy Wills Dooley § John O. Duncan § Sarah Wood Fell  § Ruth Coe Fergusson and A. Carter Fergusson § Charles E. Gilbert § Darlington Hoopes Jr § James J. Jackson III Robert D. Miller Susan Williams Miller Mary Stapler Nystrom § Sumner Parker § J. Lewis Powell and Elizabeth LePatourel Powell ’46  § Mary Lou Johnston Schmidt § David W. Scott § Geraldine Dana Tisdall  § Betsy Thompson Turner §

1946 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $10,685.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $5,685.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 43%

Margaret P. Allen Kathryn Spackman Andersen § M. Barbara Gilpin Beddall § Virginia Lawrence Carvin Marjorie Claassen Craven § The Estate of Jane Adams Darnell  Mary Stokes French § Mary Lou Baker Gould  and David F. Gould II  § Sarah Hutchinson Guarino Richard Heckman and Evelyn Fuss Heckman § Michael Kulla § Margaret Brady Lettvin § Robert Milam § Nina Emerson Opel and William A. Opel  § Bruce S. and Marianne C. Parkinson  § Albert E. Paschkis § Elizabeth LePatourel Powell and J. Lewis Powell ’45  § Kenneth S. and Anne M. Rawson § Andrew Segal § Edward and Gloria Shelmerdine § Julia Walton Smedley Harris I. Stern §


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DON SUTTON ’39

What are your memories of George School, as a student and growing up on campus as the son of Stan Sutton, boys’ athletic director for forty years? There was a serenity to campus, in those days with a working farm and a stream away from the hustle and bustle. We lived in Eyreline House with students on the third floor. I had a grand time. I had big brothers. There was also a camaraderie with the other faculty children, and I came to know some bright young men whom my father socialized with after dinner: Jim Talbot, Jim Michener (the great author), and Art Brinton. I also got to know people from different family backgrounds. There’s not much I didn’t like.

John M. George and Sticky Bun Society Member*

Why have you given to the Annual Fund for many years? In the center of my years at George School was the Great Depression. In some ways it was a burden that other families paid while I was there gratis because my father was on the faculty. My contributions are a gift of gratitude. I give to maintain the unique academic and social life at George School, not to preserve the old lifestyle. Time does pass. Giving encourages a continuum and helps the institution progress. The new athletic facilities will be marvelous. Giving shows that you approve of what George School is doing and keeps it alive for those who can afford it and those who cannot.

My contributions are a gift of gratitude. I give to maintain the unique academic and social life at George School, not to preserve the old lifestyle.

How do you feel about the charitable gift annuities you’ve given to the school? From those gift annuities, I get a good, regular income, which has proven the astuteness of their financial management. I’m comforted that I put my gift money in the right place, and I continue to contribute because of their success. Your seventy-fifth reunion is coming up in May? Will you be there? I will try. I feel like the old salmon that needs to go home one more time.

After his years at George School, Don went to Ithaca College and served in World War II. Like his father, he enjoyed a long career in education, teaching, and coaching at two military academies before serving in several top administrative positions at Roanoke College. Also like his father, he ran Camp Wallawhatoola, attended by many George School students. He lives in Virginia, where he and his late wife, Rinky, raised two sons and two daughters. Fly-fishing and riding his Morgan horse are his more recent obsessions. *S ticky Bun Society members have made gifts every year since graduating or for ten or more consecutive years. Recognizing individuals who “stick” with George School, the society takes its name from the school’s longtime favorite breakfast treat.

Marie T. Watson § Josephine Woodward Zagieboylo Anonymous (1)

1947 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $15,735.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $15,635.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 35%

Carroll H. Bessey § Sara Barlow Biggs § George B. Bikle § Thomas D. and Joyslin W. Bushman  § Douglas Campbell Jr Edith Pusey Cannon § Yinette Yu Chang § Gerret B. Conover C. Howard Davis § Betty Ann Hood Dunbar Justine Vaughen Fry  § Arthur C. and Sarah Henrie  §

Byron S. Hollinshead Jr § Carl P. Josephson and Terrill H. Bush § H. Paul Kester Barbara Strider Kuehn and Paul Kuehn § Margaret Weimar Lambert and Paul D. Lambert D. Shannon Mackenzie Louise Kirk Mannion § Anne Thomas Moore § Clarkson T. and Andrea Palmer § David O. and Susan D. Saxton § F. Parvin Sharpless and Jean Thompson Sharpless ’49 § Margaret Briggs Spraker Sarah McVaugh Swetka and Alex Swetka Carol Roberts Todd and Thomas A. Todd § Mary Ellen Wood Tully § Rebecca Eves Ullrich and Carl F. Ullrich §

1948 65TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $9,469.50 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $7,229.50 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 37%

Roy T. Abbott Jr  § Doris Lang Balderston § Edward G. Jr and Elizabeth Biester § Asa L. Colson III and Vivian P. Colson Jean Reeder Dew § Katharine Leggett Downham § Langdon Elsbree and Aimée Wildman Elsbree ’44 § David and Sally Emory § Elizabeth Graves Fraser Betsy Clark McIsaac Natalie Sperry Meyer § Dorothy Pusey Miller Joseph Mitchell § Robert Neff and Anne Kirk Neff §

Ann Hough Parkhurst Howard B. Pettit § G. Nelson Pfundt Charles E. Smedley  George M. Jr and Karin Stephens § Richard D. and Ann Stephenson  § Wayne M. Stevenson

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Marian Musgrave Stewart  § David Van Praagh and Sunanta Janvitaya Van Praagh Russell M. Weimar   § Susan Weaver Wolle §

1949 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $8,430.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $8,430.00

N. Leroy Kirk and Sarah Weaver Kirk ’51 Daniel and Serga Nadler § Patrick A. Pleven § Michael and Nancy Stroukoff § Diana Swackhamer Thatcher § Lynn Howell Thompson § Richard J. Westcott § Anonymous (1)

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 24%

1951 Donald Armstrong and Elizabeth Sweet Armstrong ’50 § Florence Kille Benson § Edward and Rose Berman David Binder § Lawrence B. Buttenwieser § John S. Carpenter Jr and Emilie Carpenter § Virginia Rogers Christopher § Elizabeth Miller Cooke § R. Ted Curran  § Jennie Braddock Fischer and John S. Fischer Edythe Carter Garrett  and Daniel T. Garrett Charles and Ann Haines § Katherine Green Hardy and Raymond Hardy Elisabeth Quick Hill Frances Hankinson Hillman § June Miller Kimmel § Henry W. Ridgway Jr § C. Peyton Rufe § Jean Thompson Sharpless and F. Parvin Sharpless ’47 § Lydia Huntington Sparrow  § Barbara Kauffman Stokes §

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $5,410.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $4,910.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 22%

Lucy Green Adams Robert C. Bacon Jr Kenneth S. Burton and Marjorie McFeely Burton ’55 § Duncan W. Comstock  § Lucy C. Daniels § Theodore D. Frey § Margaret Corry Hansell Sarah Robinson Harris § Sarah Weaver Kirk and N. Leroy Kirk ’50 June Conrad Komorowski Robert P. and Patricia Lewis § Nancy Rockefeller Libby § William E. Loucks § Margery Levy Lustig § Tad Phillips § Jack G. and Betty Schafer § Charles M. Scudder Barbara Culin Spragg § James H. Worth §

1952 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $44,405.00

1950

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED:

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $6,473,486.47

$44,405.00

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED:

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 34%

$148,386.47 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 29%

The Estate of Barbara Dodd Anderson  § Elizabeth Sweet Armstrong and Donald Armstrong ’49 § Candace Cox Bonus  § Lorraine Mulford Cain and Winfield Cain Lynda Hitzrot Chandler and Stephen C. Chandler § Mark K. Dresden Jr § David C. Edwards § Lois Craven Ferguson § Gene Billo Haddon Sylvia Smith Hampton The Estate of Amy Thomas Hoopes  Barbara Coan Houghton and David Houghton § Edith Veit Johnstone § Andrew S. Kester §

James C. Alden and Anne Brewer Alden ’53 Patricia Dow Ashurkoff Wilhelmina Braddock Branson and Byron M. Branson § Peter J. Collins and Elizabeth Maule Collins § Anne Harris Dawson and Bruce E. Dawson § Elizabeth Garside Goeselt and Richard Goeselt § Joseph Baum Harris Esther Stapler Hart and Stephen Hart § Delite Hoopes Hawk § David B. and Marilyn A. Holland § Eleanor Zurn Hutt § Valle Brewer Ingram  Ruth Anne Detwiler Jackson § Margery Paxson Jones § Judith Robbins King  § W. Bernard and Mary Ann Marshall §

Jeney Blanchard McCoy Margaret Means McIntosh § Townley Biddle Neill and Robert H. Neill § William G. Nelson IV § J. Nicholas Newman and Kathleen Kirk Newman § Richard R. Packer  Deborah Shepard Rinner § David Rosen J. Lawrence and Martha P. Shane § Allen C. Starkey  Elisabeth Yeatman Walker Christopher Weir Headley S. Jr and Teresa K. White §

1953 60TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $29,585.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $24,585.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 43%

Anne Brewer Alden and James C. Alden ’52 Nancy Stevenson Baker § Harriet Janney Ball § John P. Battin Jr John P. and Ann B. Beltz § John G. Black R. Cameron Borton David P. and Peggy B. Bruton  § C. William Clark Jr Fanny Custer Clark § Stephanie Bunzl Cohen and Fredric S. Cohen § J. Douglass Davis Jr § Joyce Apple Evans § Richard T. T. Forman § Gabriel C. and Devera Garber  § Margaret Weller Harkins and John J. Harkins ’54 § Michael S. Healy and Constance Dederer Healy ’55 Sheridan W. III and Christa Johns § Sally Brosius Kenny Sandra Trexler Kirkpatrick § Marjorie Ayars Laidman § Barbara Shetzline Matybell M. Jane Middleton Jack H. Miller § Richard R. Muller Judith Walker Norris Richard W. Pickering § Robert W. Pyle Jr § John and Marcia Raushenbush § Ellen Sickel Rogoff Frances McCammon San Miguel and Francisco San Miguel § Robert S. Seltzer § Louis H. Skidmore Jr  § Elizabeth Belfer Tananbaum David P. Willis Jr § Peter K. Zavitz § Anonymous (1)

1954 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $13,310.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $11,335.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 33%

John T. and Mary M. Arnold § Marjorie Morris Carroll § James S. Coan and Clara Montgomery Coan ’55  § Nancy Bothwell Corrigan § Jean Lindsay de Streel Carol Hauver Emerick § Margaret Roy Ewing Robert A. Freedman  § Leigh M. Gelser § Peter H. Gum § John J. Harkins and Margaret Weller Harkins ’53 § Gertrude Reif Hughes § Keiichi Ishibashi § Elaine Martin James David H. and Ann M. Johns § Cassandra Abbe Kimble § Don A. and Kyong Kinsey E. David Luria  § Judith Jacobson Magee Cecelia Bay Otto and R. Newlin Otto ’55 § Gordon E. Jr and Donna A. Page § Franklin H. Jr and Lorraine Pennell § Peggy Polsky Pennell § Susan Grubb Roegiers Alison Rhoads Schechter and Alan H. Schechter Rebecca Hoge Shankland Sylvia Kelsey Spotts and Carleton Spotts § Wilhelm Streit § Eileen Thompson  Margot Stevens Trout Sara Altman Vogel § William III and Darlene Waddington § James L. and Robin Whitely  §

1955 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $18,220.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $17,820.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 41%

David W. Atkinson § Helen Benton Boley  § Walter S. Braznell § Marjorie McFeely Burton and Kenneth S. Burton ’51 § Nan Burchette Cameron § Richard D. Claiborn § Alison Smith Claus and Albert Claus § Clara Montgomery Coan and James S. Coan ’54  § Kie Broeker Cundey § Diran Dermen §


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Eugenia Nelson Dilg § Richard I. Grausman  J. Stephen Guyton § Constance Dederer Healy and Michael S. Healy ’53 Lamartine F. and Emeline Hood  § David C. Humphrey § Michael L. Ingerman Lars C. Jansson § David H. Kain Gig Hewitt Kerr Suzanne Parry Lamborn Robert G. Lathrop § Elizabeth Wadleigh Leary § Charles and Mary Lynn Mansbach § William P. Morris  Jane Fredendall Nolder M. Ellen Chadeayne O’Grady and James O’Grady  § R. Newlin Otto and Cecelia Bay Otto ’54 § Michael H. Phillips William D. and Katherine K. Pickering § D. Judson Randall  § Sandra Stees Sudofsky and John Sudofsky § Marcia Perera Van Dyck § The Estate of Louise Benton Wagner Susan Arnold Winship § Christopher B. Wright and Kay Windham

1956 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $19,365.36 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $18,890.36 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 24%

Constance Archbald  § Ann Preston Ayres  Eugene H. Brownell § William B. P. Jr  and Jean K. Cadwallader Lynette S. Chandler § Harry R. Colson Jr  William S. Dockhorn and Carol Wengert § Keith W. Eveland § Ann Noe Gelfand and Martin Gelfand § Joseph G. Hancock Jr § Constance Longshore Hauver and Giles Toll § Michael J. Kosoff and Virginia Work Kosoff § Kathleen Irving Krier Briant H. Lee  Thomas C. Maddux Jane Van Schoick Millar C. Dilworth Pierson § Nancy Crowell Reinbold and Barry Reinbold § Marga Rapuano Rogers Susan Windle Rogers  § Betty Lou Leedom Thompson §

Jean Hand Triol Katherine Polsky Vivian Kenneth A. Wyse

1958 55TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $14,833.20 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED:

1957

$14,534.00

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $137,074.64

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 42%

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $133,089.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 36%

Frederick W. II and Gisela Beans  R. Creighton Booth Elisabeth Potts Brown Roger C. Bruestle § Patricia Patrick Bryan § Judith Talbot Campos § Ellen N. Chase Eleanor Morris Cox § Maria H. Craig Harry B. Danner II § Carroll Conklin Eagles and Eugene Eagles § Adele Hommell Edwards Elizabeth Spang Ericson and Lynn D. Beliveau Jonathan F. and Rosemary K. Esty § Samuel A. Everitt and Kate Prior Everitt ’59 § Charles and Geraldine C. Freeman § Priscilla Arnold Gillis § Susan Owers Haedrich § William I. Houghton III and Gail F. Houghton § Michael C. Hoyt  § Joseph W. Johnson and Susan Fritche Johnson Mary Baily Jordan § Gretchen Wambaugh Koerting § Elizabeth Pyle Lamers Joan Applegate Lane and Robert N. Lane § Donald T. and Polly Little  § Leonard E. Majzlin and Carol Hall Majzlin George C. Millikan  § Ann Elizabeth Dawson Moore and Andrew Moore II Elizabeth New Weld Nolan § Virginia Woodward Ogle Jennifer Abraham Page and Joseph G. Mayer § John W. Pusey and Suzanne Brosius Pusey ’58 § Philip S. Ross Mary L. Shoemaker § Brigitta Schmidt Stoehr John B. III and Nancy T. Swayne § Garry Thomas § Anne Thompson § Judith Taylor Uehlein and E. Carl Uehlein Jr ’58  § Richard Wood Jr §

R. S. Anthony Annette Wilder Breiling Alden F. and Marianne Briscoe § Christopher Bromberg John J. S. and Jean Burton § Asa C. Cadwallader and Ann Lunn Brown Cadwallader John F. Cadwallader and Jane Hires Cadwallader Mary Ann Hahn Dickel Carol Park DiJoseph Robert D. Drake Jr § David L. Elwell § Emily Pennell Endries and Robert N. Endries § Robert H. and Suzanne W. Fletcher § Sherrie Platt Gibson § Martha Scull Haines  § Marjorie Pusey Hall  § Mary Trent Jones and James P. Jones § W. Dix Kerlin III Bonnie Dinsmore Kerrick Maris Clymer Langford Marilyn Magid Levine Miriam Zeman Marecek Nancy Baker Martin and Skip Martin  Dillwyn P. Paiste IV  § David R. Perera  § George L. and Nancy Pickering § Katharine C. Pierce Jean F. Pineo Judith Guyton Pritchett Suzanne Brosius Pusey and John W. Pusey ’57 § Roberta Newton Rosen § Alice L. Russell Elizabeth Noe Shapiro § John F. Steinfirst § Christine Jensen Storch § George M. Tai § John M. Jr and Josephine Templeton  E. Carl Uehlein Jr and Judith Taylor Uehlein ’57  § Pamela Page Waller and William Waller  § Anonymous (2)

1959

MaryAnne Wilson Cowdrey § Judith Rudolph Craig § Robert B. Dockhorn § Margaret T. Evans  Kate Prior Everitt and Samuel A. Everitt ’57 § Joy Crockett Funston and Peter Funston § F. Janney Mather Goodman Jill Stokes Halbert and Peter Halbert Bette Hand Head Willis J. Hidell § Larrine Sullivan Holbrooke § David S. Johnson John H. Lippincott § Joan Postlethwaite Longcope Christie Johnson Lucero  Linda Pownall Parker Michael R. Plunkett and Sara McKean Plunkett ’61 § E. Spencer Quill § Adrienne Wheeler Rudge  § Barbara Stockham Sears  § Stephen D. Shaffer Content Bryant Smith § Karyn Weir Noel S. Wilson

1960 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $44,289.90 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $23,904.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 27%

Carol Wrightson Armstrong § Leonard K. Cadwallader Neil L. Campbell  § William L. Claiborn The Estate of Constance Shane Clovis  § Blythe Danner Andrew K. Fleschner Laurence B. Green § Bettina J. Huber § Graham D. Johnson and Janet Hicks Johnson § Marguerite Culp Kearns Lee H. Kenworthy § Barbara Van Pelt Lee § Elizabeth Wood Lukshides § Corona A. Machemer §

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TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $10,873.20

DONORS WHO INCLUDE GEORGE SCHOOL

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $9,423.20

IN THEIR WILLS OR ESTATE PLANS

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 29%

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Thomas Atkinson III § William C. Bernard § Philena Turner Bolden

YEAR SINCE GRADUATING OR FOR TEN OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS 

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GIFTS FROM 50TH REUNION

Lucinda Wharton May and Philip W. May § Deborah Leedom McGeorge § Constance Abbott Ray § David J. Schiller § Hannah Palmer Snyder and Ivan R. Snyder  § Mary Chapman Speare Nancy Eastburn Teller § Peggy Colvin Tropp § Jonathan P. Walker Karen B. Winner Arthur S. Wood  Aldwin H. Zim §

1961 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $185,228.31 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $10,914.25 SHOWSTOPPER PHOTOGRAPHY

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 26%

1963

Diana Wright Barlow and Clinton L. Barlow § Millard D. Brown II § Richard Brown II § Susan Lloyd Doran The Estate of Nancy Ewing Gabel  § William C. Green Karen Johnson Michael S. Landes § David F. Lindenfeld § Georgia Machemer § Mary Jay Taylor Michel James C. Michener Ann Wilkerson Olson and Frank L. Olson § Elizabeth Bernard Phillips § Sara McKean Plunkett and Michael R. Plunkett ’59 § Lee N. and Kitty Price  § Lydia Potts Quill § Elma Abbe Rickards § Burt L. and Joan Ross  Corey R. and Jonne Smith  § Thomas C. Steinmetz § Jonathan Strong § Kathryn Waddell Takara James M. Talbot and Nina Sinkler § Thomas F. Thomas Jr § Laurie Ticehurst § James W. Townsend Jr Robert D. Wayland-Smith §

50TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $223,613.44 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $4,073.82 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 38%

John S. and Elizabeth Ambler Frances Meyer Anderson Eric and Lori Blumberg § Elizabeth Shaw Bugg and Gary Bugg Sara Kelso Chambers Lani Clark and John Paradis Sarah Biltz Clark Thomas Cooch § Jefferson H. Crowther Joan Worth Davidson and Owen Davidson Carol Ellis Duke and Frank S. Duke Jr § Tamson Myers Ely and Larry Ely § Carolyn I. Evans Joan Hagerty Giunta Susan Foster Hyde § Neil R. Jaffe Beverly A. Mikuriya § Deborah Baldwin Osborne Margaret Heritage Perryman G. Ronald and Susan Powell Alice J. Rarig Gretchen A. Sandles § Frances Preston Schutz  § William L. and Martie Serrill § Lucinda Sharp-Gates  § Elisabeth Hommell Short Nancy Sussman Siverd and John C. Siverd  § Holly Smith § Betty Fretz Southworth Katharine P. Sterling § Deborah Chapman Stewart § Samuel M. Sullivan  Robert W. Thomas  John C. Wood and Elyse DiBiagio-Wood

1962

Charles T. Jr and Martha L. Evans  § Linda Lynes Groetzinger and Norman J. Groetzinger Thomas H. and Brenda Guyton Susan Booth Houle § Gail E. Jackson § Ruth Bonner Levine and Howard Levine § Paulette Wingeyer Licht Beal A. Lowen and Hattie Barker § Douglas O. and Diane Maass § Paul H. Morrow J. Robert and Carol Passmore John M. Jr and Patricia A. Robinson § Sally Holton Sakewicz Margaret Emory Stackpole and Christopher W. Stackpole § Peter L. Taylor § W. A. Stewart Wright Jr §

1963 See box at left

1964 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $4,519.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $4,194.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 22%

Molly Erb Adams Maurice W. Ayars Jr The Estate of William H. Black Jr Mary Cairns Bolton George W. Cobb Robert D. Culp William S. Evans Peter H. Fraser Bette Jean Eck Ganter § Alison Harris § Sally Mansbach Herman § Nancy Lange § Don F. and Linda Marshall Thomas G. Mendell § Dorothy Black Myers  Morgan Phenix § Marthajane Robinson § Elliot A. Sainer § Muhammad A. Saleh § Virginia Bradley Scarlet and Richard Scarlet § Douglas P. and Mary M. Smith § Katharine H. Stapleton  Chandler M. Walton § Walter C. III and Leslie E. Wright

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $6,322.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $3,947.00

1965

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 18%

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $15,888.98 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED:

Susan Grad Baerwald and Paul G. Baerwald § James C. and Judith Baldwin Kathrin Rapp Clark David B. H. and Gloria Denoon  Steven D. Emmet §

$11,598.98 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 29%

Anne Bode Aarnes and David M. Sprague William G. Barton § Carl K. Croft §


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Thomas C. Davidson Barbara Deemer Douglass Joan Campbell Eliot and Robert Eliot § Christine Erb  § Sarah McCune Fairfield § Frank A. Fetter § David H. Foster and Holly Barnet-Sanchez §  Jeanne B. Garrison John R. Gleeson III and Constance Edwards Gleeson ’78 Barbara Walsh Gray Rachel M. Greeley § Betsy T. Green Nancy Bigbee Jensen  § Peter L. Joslin  Paula Fried Lawrence § Philip T. Lynes Paul A. and Pamela E. Machemer § Susan Rarig Makler and P. Todd Makler Jr Robin O’Connor Morris W. Blake K. Jr and Janice Parry § Edward R. Potts Jr  Francis F. Rivinus Herbert T. Rorer Carol Samuel David R. and Elizabeth Satterthwaite § Mark M. Sibley-Schreiber Martin F. Smith § Ian W. Vickery Judy Winter Walker and Stephen R. Walker § Martha S. Wilson Roger F. Wood

1966 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $5,621.18 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $5,081.18 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 15%

Barth F. Aaron and Brigitta Aaron Holly Alden Erica M. Brinton Andrew Dintenfass § Holly Richardson Donovan Charles Esser and Pamela Haines § A. Louisa Beck Hatanaka § Mary Brown Kinzer Robert S. Klein Diane Edwards La Voy § David and Suzanna Nepley  § Jonathan E. and Lisa J. Otto § Pamela R. Potter § Jane Heider Samuels Mary Crouch Semple § C. Herbert Sharpless  § Susan Wood Siegel Deborah A. Young §

1967 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $7,239.83 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $5,789.83 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 20%

Deborah Beck § Barbara Fritsche Berger § Ruth E. Bromer Joan L. Caldwell Laurie Rendall Coursin Roger K. and Christine Eareckson Eva M. Eves § Elisabeth Heyward § Elizabeth Baker Johnson  § Faith Mason and Ann Elsbach S. David Miller  § Martin and Jane Millner Susan Deitz Milmoe § Wendy Gross Nierenberg and Steven Nierenberg  § Harold R. and Susan Parks § Cheryl Peterfreund Reeves § Anne Culp Storch and Jay Storch ’68  § Melanie Wright Tripp § Frederick and Linda B. Weisskopf Willie Deemer Wickman §

1968 45TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $7,577.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $7,427.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 30%

Sandra Antonoff Lorraine Appelbaum Robin C. Buerki III § Alice Hieatt Coulombe Barbara Janney Desanzo and Al Wahbey  § Faron Daub Fahy William N. Farran III Claire Holvik Favro Caren Golden Anne Morrell Goodale Moira Eitzen Haag Mary Suter Holman  § Barbara Davis Hoyt Richard C. John Jr § Diane Ewbank Krauss and Ray H. Krauss  Mitchell S. and Linda Landis Lewis Levine and Nellie Justicia Robert Lovett Jr and Ann C. Buckley Kenneth Miller Priscilla Gillespie Nagy § W. Webster Newbold and Jan Etherington Newbold Patricia Kramon Pincus and Martin Pincus Richard A. Platt Patricia Randall § Barbara Samuel § Jill Croft Slack Pru Stasikewich Douglas R. Stevens

Jay Storch and Anne Culp Storch ’67  § Amy Lewis Tabor and Robert Tabor  § Barbara J. Turner David and Carol Walton Robert L. Wechsler James Willson

1969 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $7,252.64 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $3,705.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 18%

John R. Boone  A. Catherine Seely Boyd § Stanley P. Cope § Geoffry H. Fried § Elizabeth Wood Fritsch and C. Theodore Fritsch § Robert E. Ganz  § Lisa S. Garrison § Laura Miller Gilbert and Larry Gilbert Deborah Snipes Hale and James Hale § Hal K. Haveson § Deborah Smith Hilke and John Hilke § Katherine Holden § Anne Judson Jonathan D. March § Carol Greenwald Mazmanian § Elizabeth Cope McDonald § Jean Platt Rospondek Stephen A. Somers and Katherine Augenblick Somers ’70 Burghard P. and Beverly Taulien § Donald J. Wenzel § John C. Widenmeyer Deborah Hummel Wilson Bruce T. Worth

1970 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $23,136.46 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $22,046.46 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 22%

Andrew E. Biggin § Laurence G. Jr and Lorraine T. Claggett § Janet Lee Cohen § Thomas C. and Suzanne Downey Jean W. Duffett § Robert W. Edgar Jr Nicholas Emlen Richard G. Fisher Christoffer A. Graae § Louise Boone Hanson § Beverly Malabre Hendricks Roger L. Kay § S. Girard Lax and Dodie Hamblen § Jeffrey L. Lipkowitz § Lois V. Millner

Peter N. Moyes and Deborah Sutton Moyes § Holly A. Phelps and Joel Gardner  § Jeremiah W. Powell II § Faisal A. Saleh § Catherine A. Shaw § David H. Shepp § Katherine Augenblick Somers and Stephen A. Somers ’69 Paul C. Spector Karen A. Sulzberger and Eric Lax  § Wendy L. Talbot  Barbara W. Tindall and Christopher M. Welch § Sally Snipes Wells William E. and Victoria Wise §

1971 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $35,715.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $14,805.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 19%

Cynthia Allen Anne Butler and David Eaglesfield § Joan Eberhard  § Lois Eves Fink Barbie Gale John F. Hallowell § Carol Powell Heller and Harry Heller § Susan Woodman Hoskins and Scott E. Hoskins § Antonio P. Jackson and E. Marie Hooper Jackson ’73  § Richard E. Johnson § Tod J. and Barrie L. Kaufman § Marjorie Lane  § Douglas E. Leach Steven B. Levine Jody Lisberger Shirwil Schultz Lukes § Quentin W. Nelson Frederick C. Paine Nancy E. Powell  § Jay N. and Lauren Robinson Carl A. Sinderbrand § Geoffrey M. Troy § Anonymous (1)

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JOHN HOFFMAN ’73 Reunion Class Gift Committee Member*

You’ve been involved with George School in many ways. Why did you serve on your 40th reunion committee? I’m like Pavlov’s dog. If George School asks, I’ll do. I feel very strongly about the school. Four of us helped put the weekend together. Robin Gans, Robin Kester Patterson, and Jennifer “Sam” Cummings were great at reaching out to a whole bunch of folks, and we had a wonderful turnout. My job was to try to raise as much money and get as many members to contribute as possible. This year 41 percent gave, a big improvement. For the class gift, we considered a naming opportunity for a Jacuzzi in the new athletic center—so we’d be able to soak our old bones and muscles at our 50th—but in the end, we all agreed on financial aid for lower-income students.

How has the school changed in those forty years? It’s a better school today in terms of diversity—now nearly 40 percent if you include international students. The facilities are so much better, too. It’s a richer environment for George School has always been a place that asks quesyoung people to learn and grow. George School has always been a place that asks questions and seeks to expand horizons and build character. Like the Constitution, it is a living, tions and seeks to expand horizons and build character. breathing thing. Like the Constitution, it is a living, breathing thing.

George School has always been a place that asks questions and seeks to expand horizons and build character. Like the Constitution, it is a living, breathing thing.

After so long, why give to George School? That’s the wrong question. You should ask, “Why not give?” George School was an extraordinary opportunity. It made a boy into a man. It got my head on straight, got me focusing on the right things. Finding and minding and living the Light are very powerful. The Quaker ethos is about making good choices beyond your immediate sphere of influence. It takes an effort from everyone to reach out and help others. I would never have created an organization like the Oliver Program or have worked at De La Salle Academy helping lower-income students had it not been for my George School education. I’m grateful for that opportunity and that gift.

John is an enthusiastic New Yorker and self-described “tennis maniac.” Founder of the Albert G. Oliver Program and currently director of high school placement at De La Salle Academy, he has helped prepare high-achieving, low-income students for independent schools, including his own, for thirty years. With son Joshua now a freshman, John says, “I don’t think there’s a greater gift that I can give my son than four years at George School.” *R eunion classes frequently unite to make a significant and meaningful gift to George School.

1972 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $6,615.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $6,035.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 21%

Martha Whitman Aynardi Janet Baer § John R. Bassert § James A. Boorstein  § Susan L. Briant § Jeffrey J. Cogshall and Rosamond Ryan Faith Kiermaier Feder and Michael Feder § Guy Fischer § Margo Garrison and Geoffrey Darby Peter S. and Susan Landstrom  Nancy Brockway Marvin and Peter Marvin  § James R. Moore § Valerie Kester Morrissey Michael S. Mosley and Joy Bright Mosley James H. and Deborah D. Newbold §

Brenda Roepcke Palmer Lawrence H. Passmore and Aita Kai Susi § Andrew P. and Betty Rivinus § Sigmund J. Roos and Ruth Rohde ’74  § Bruce K. Sinclaire § Anne Waddington Snyder and Thomas Snyder § Nemahun Stevens-White Sara Sweitzer Taylor Andrew P. Trull and Tacie Yerkes Trull ’74 § Anonymous (1)

1973 40TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $18,045.53 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $11,910.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 33%

Steven and Beverly Azarchi Betsy Klopp Bennett Hugh E. Biggin Wendy E. Bloom

Linda Blum  Jeffrey C. Clark Anne M. Connell § Jennifer K. Cummings and Tom Kruzshak  Colin G. Edmonds Michael S. Emire Joanna Crawford Feinberg and Philip C. Feinberg Thomas K. Fischer Robin A. Gans Geoffrey Goldberg Jonathan S. and Nina Gormley § Robert E. Haut John B. and Lucia Hoffman  § Karen J. Hossfeld Timothy W. Hunter § Elizabeth Boyle Illick E. Marie Hooper Jackson and Antonio P. Jackson ’71  § Tom Klugh and Druet Cameron Klugh Eleanor S. Lathrop Leroy P. Leahy Jr Ardele B. Leavelle Cynthia Mackie

John Mason IV Janice T. Miller Bruce E. Nayowith § John E. Oldach John P. and Carole Orr § Anne Stearns Pardun A. Scott Pickett Carol Plough Susan Komer Robbins  Tom Rogers and Kathy Hart Rogers ’75 § Mary Ann Warner Stauffer and John Stauffer § Priscilla Joslin Vint Dorris Spencer Wickman

1974 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $3,100.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $2,755.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 13%

Margaret Baird Mary R. Clough William H. Coleman Jr § Elizabeth Geissinger Giardinelli and Michael Giardinelli


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Richard M. Guttman § Bernard Hirsh Barbara McAnerney Kohout Laurie Capellan Malkoff and Fred Leffel Margot Weiss McClellan Joseph E. and Masha Peacock Todd M. Preuss § Ruth Rohde and Sigmund J. Roos ’72  § Katie Shellenberger Schwieger Peter E. Simson Craig X. and Sherry Sotres § Louise Stark § Tacie Yerkes Trull and Andrew P. Trull ’72 § Terese Van Solkema-Waitz and John Waitz § Anonymous (1)

1975 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $12,845.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $11,545.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 12%

Kimberly and Andrew Allen-King Stephen G. Allison Jill Arace § Robert N. Cembalest Karen Diamond § Alberto Gutierrez and Theresa M. Finn Charles W. Haines III Sarah M. Lowe Suzanne Miller Mandala § Steven Nayowith § Kathy Hart Rogers and Tom Rogers ’73 § Nan L. Rossien James Sacherman § Elizabeth Waddington Saciolo Leslie Plapinger Skolnick § Richard J. Wiest § Susan Yardley Wood and Grant McCool

1976

Robert L. Orr and Holly Schroder Orr ’78 § Kathleen Peregoy § Margaret A. Schloss-Hennessey Barbara J. Shaw Hank B. and Lisette Siegel Carter J. and Erin B. Sio Mavis Mathis Smith Daniel M. Snipes Ann Sweeten  Anonymous (2)

1977

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 16%

Paul M. Altman and Frances Benson Altman § Tomas E. Ancona § Margot A. Biggin  § Ronald C. Bingham  Jean Hesselman Bohr § Constance Hancock Bourque and David Bourque John P. Collier § Andrea Jewitt Comstock § Susan J. Crane  § Susan Edmonds Eyre Ashley Garrett and Alan Jones § Elizabeth Davison Hyde

1979 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $4,805.00

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $20,218.56

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $4,505.00

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED:

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 10%

$16,950.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 13%

Debra Gross Balka Joanna M. Bassert and Edward Marshall III § Elizabeth L. Bowen Sanford A. Bristol § Amy Felder Davidson and Ken Davidson § Kevin Davis and Jennifer Kuebler Davis ’78 § John C. and Christina Gavin Eric S. Hellman and Karen Liu § Lawrence I. Katin Derric S. Landor Jennifer Cox McNeil and Robert D. McNeil § Gary M. Miller Lucinda O’Neill Sara Stern Pinkus and Larry Pinkus H. Christian and Patricia Schmalbruch § Kathryn K. Smith Elisa M. Tanaka Bruce E. Webster § Ernest C. Wong

1978 35TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $4,540.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $4,015.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 17%

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $34,968.66 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $9,918.66

Holly Schroder Orr and Robert L. Orr ’76 § Annae Kim Paynter Jonathan W. Platt and Melanie J. O’Neill  § Seth A. Rosenthal § James A. Schragger § John H. Stewart Elyse Lipshutz Zucker Anonymous (1)

Stephen M. Barth Linda Brownold Bell and Kenneth P. Bell James P. Biester Allyson Farrelly Catanzaro Jennifer Kuebler Davis and Kevin Davis ’77 § Marta Ernst and Bernhard Hall Robert J. Eynon Amy Jo Schaeffer Ford Constance Edwards Gleeson and John R. Gleeson III ’65 William S. Hallowell § Judith Lavori Keiser  § Elizabeth Deeds MacKenzie § Karen Beltz Nease Holly DiMicco Olson

David K. Acker Lisa Peregoy Breuner § Edward Doty and Margaret Hawthorne Doty § Thomas R. Hiatt Jennifer M. Keller Shahriar Khabiri Thomas D. Krewson § Laura Beth Radin and Charles Barber Jody A. Krosnick Rodgers and William B. Rodgers Jeffrey M. Siegel Louise Clay Standish Lori Robb Weaver § J. Rodman and Natalie Wright §

1980 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $35,155.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $34,955.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 16%

Judith M. Bacal Richard C. Beltz Robert E. and Denise Esberg § Florence L. Finkle Nancy Dermen Foster § Laurence V. Heinemann Sarah E. Juram Steven B. Kauff § Atsuko Kazahaya Julia S. Kim Seth P. Madway § Glenn F. Miller § Lindalee Knight Mulligan § Janet Raymond and Maurice Gaquer Huston Ripley Brian E. and Deborah Seabrook § Michael D. Shepard § David G. Smith John and Mary Sommers  § Paul M. Stafford Ann Kalb Swart and Gregory Swart Kurt W. Veitch § Margaret Augustine Willowmoon

1981 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $29,974.81 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $24,749.81 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 10%

Diane R. Brenner § John Fell Cadwallader Jr and W. Blair Jennings Ellen Unterberg Celli § Cynthia Utz Charles  Joyce K. Conrow § Susan W. Knight and Glenn A. Lamb § Eric T. Larkin Susanna Bush Manstein § Bethann Morgan  Lisa Labalme Osterland Nancy Brown Smith and Paul G. Smith § Susan Keim Wiggins §

1982 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $29,154.11 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $28,674.10 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 13%

Jonathan K. Alden and Megan Du Bois ’84 Carolyn Powelson Campbell Karen Baker Campellone and Vincent R. Campellone Melissa Loomar Carpene and Gregg Carpene Lori Marcus Coffey and Timothy F. Coffey Edward S. Cohen  § Tobi B. Elkin Matthew D. and Karen J. Fine  § Stacey L. Fineburg Valentina A. Britten Holden Masayuki and Donna Kazahaya Jonathan I. Litt Stephen A. and Laurie Moyer Christopher J. and Lorraine M. Muth § Christina Oddleifson  Elvin A. Padilla Jr Meg Pease-Fye and Stephen Fye

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Amy Taylor Popkin and Andrew M. Popkin ’83  § Alan B. Turner

1983

1985

1988

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $27,455.72

25TH REUNION

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED:

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $12,265.00

$27,455.72

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $8,265.00

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 10%

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 25%

David L. Eldridge and Lisa Carney Eldridge § Hannah L. Galantino-Homer and David Homer Michael D. Jones Ken Kazahaya Jody M. Kipper Maureen Kushmore Frederick D. Learey Tammy Lewis Catherine Stearns Medich and Benjamin O. Medich Eric Milask Daniel J. Seltzer Melanie Nayowith Swanson Tanya Y. Wright

Elizabeth Erb Amolsch Elizabeth Barrett Mona Presby Bent J. Gray Beverley III Rebecca Trowbridge Claffey Mazie Minehart Colen and Joseph E. Colen III Nancy Keim Comley Anita V. Crofts § Joy Davis-Posoli and Paul Posoli Jennifer L. DeVan and Christopher Vandersloot Page C. Faulk Susan Hallahan Glen and Robert Glen Jennifer Todor Grimes Jessica R. Grumet Lauren Yusem Gums Tamara L. Harper Jessica Barlow Howell and Robert Howell Deirdre Chambers King and Chris King Christine Y. Lee Elizabeth G. LeFever and George Grigonis Cindy R. Lobel Anya Coan Madding Alexandrina Malungu Mbowa and Samuel Mbowa Cara L. Page Matthew L. Parker Ysan and Karen Reischke Frances Eleni Papatestas Rodgers and Frank Rodgers Arielle Saiber and Kavi Montanaro Anne O’Toole Salinas and Carlos M. Salinas  § Rachel L. Smith Stephanie AuWerter Stafford and Jim Stafford Miranda Rich Tollman Sara Uehlein Jennifer Rogin Wallis and Bruce Wallis § Eileen Mahan Williams Debbie Wong Anonymous (2)

30TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $10,274.92 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $8,989.92 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 20%

Darcy Kenton Bellido de Luna and A.J. Bellido de Luna David L. Cadwallader Kimberly Verica Colando and Christopher Colando Beth Longenecker Dyjak and Steven Dyjak Jeffrey D. Freedman § Tara R. Greco Louisa Coan Greve § Tom Hoopes and Beth Castiglione David A. and LeeAnn Kalb Edward C. Landry § John A. III and Deborah Lindberg Anne Snipes Moss Heather L. Murray § Audrey B. Pass Amanda Sloan Perez Nathan J. Poage Andrew M. Popkin and Amy Taylor Popkin ’82  § Kenneth M. Potts Brett A. Radi Curtis E. Reid Stephanie Bumgarner Smith § Leslie Sterns-Johnson § Marise Meynet Stewart and Bill Stewart § Heather Stiers-Dorn Elizabeth Miller Stinehart and Karl Stinehart Michael V. Stricks and Gina Papalia §

1984 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $3,009.18

1986 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $6,709.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $6,659.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 9%

Robert E. Barrett Bethany R. Berger David R. Biester Amanda Halbert Jackson Laura Grontkowski James  § Benjamin H. Kimmel and Lori Nofziger Paul E. Rohovsky § Nina Liu Scheller James C. Schwartz Peter E. Siegel Debra Souilliard-Mulliken and Corey Mulliken § Christine A. Stearns Michael G. Wildstein

1987 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $359,620.00

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $2,139.18

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $4,870.00

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 9%

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 6%

Gretchen Hampt Andreasen Megan Du Bois and Jonathan K. Alden ’82 Tina Levengood Feeney Rachel J. Finkle and Sven Helmer § Michael S. Groch Kimberly C. Hoover Melissa B. Keller D. Scott Miller § Vanessa F. Mitchell § Edward S. Morgan Jenny Sorel  § Dana Guidetti Vink § Jeffrey M. Zeiger

Sydney L. Briggs and Reinhard Bek Brooke Garrigan Buchanan Alyssondra Campaigne Tara M. Chambers § Susanne Baker Hodgin and Michael S. Hodgin Timothy D. and Gloria Katsiff § Diane L. Rosenmiller § Marc L. Wise and Laurel Williams Wise

1989 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $4,224.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $3,624.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 13%

Lisa Parry Becker § Meade J. Berman Michael Boellhoff J. Courtney Bourns Erin Callahan Boyer Katherine Winn Boyer §

David K. Burton  § Keith Figlioli-Gittelman Alexandru H. Filoteanu Jessica S. Hoffman Jennifer Parker Holtz and Christopher T. Holtz § Emily Laybourne Podunovich and Greg Podunovich Daniel R. Quill and Alison Shein Quill Nigel E. Smith Veronique S. Vaillancourt  Larissa A. Wright-Elson Anonymous (1)

1990 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $4,365.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $2,940.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 6%

Eric J. Cavanaugh Elena O’Boyle Harris and Jim Harris § William D. Hathaway § Rebecca L. Hunsicker Steven J. and Amy Jo § Kassem L. Lucas § Joan Burton Whent §

1991 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $7,281.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $5,356.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 9%

Robert M. Benck Brooks M. Cavin Andrew J. Chen Sarah B. Crofts § Joseph P. and Christine K. Davidyock Elizabeth Oldham Grissom and Ashley Grissom Elizabeth Jordan Kramer § Eric Olson Ken Shinoda § Benjamin S. Smith Judith Eareckson Taylor Eric T. Wegelius § Christopher P. Whitely

1992 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $14,714.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,380.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 8%

Anawim Avila Suzanne Cadwallader Beinlich and William Beinlich § Akobuije D. Chijioke Christie L. Clovis Tim D. Gronert Robert P. A. Machemer and Kerry Deere Machemer Devan Anding Norris and Brian Norris


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Anna Johnson Tofel and Jason Tofel § Nathan C. Wright Saeid Zakerinejad Zakeri

1993 20TH REUNION

Danielle S. Veith and Christopher Weil Robert T. Whittenberger Ina Willers and Bruce Schachne Brian J. and Nastaran Wise § Brian J. and Stacy Zavodnick Anonymous (3)

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $360,784.93 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $9,784.93

1994

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 35%

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $15,959.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,715.00

Kareem O. Afzal and Nihad Kaiseruddin Philip J. Beachy Rachel G. Bensinger Alix G. Bowman and Kamal Bennoune Nicole E. Brown Jeremiah S. Burns Sam Chawla Anne Taylor Chiolo Celena Wong Cochrane Glenn J. and Amy Davis Satish V. Desai Cecile do Amaral Elijah S. Dornstreich and Gennifer Miller Dornstreich ’99 Natalia Garcia Duncan and Danny Duncan Gregory G. Fischer Jack B. and Kimberly Ford Bradd A. and Randee Forstein § Susanna C. Gilbert Michael E. Goldstein Amanda W. Goodwin Maura A. Hallowell Morgan P. Hankins Christine Markow Johnson and Craig Johnson McKenna Kerrigan Hee-Jun and Rosa Kim § Andrea Brooke Koulichkov Ilio Krumins-Beens Lawrence P. Laybourne and Herran Bekele Thomas J. LePera Joshua B. Levine C. Scott and Jonell Loeppert Marta Elena Lopez-Flohr and Timothy Flohr Shawna Grimm Lyons Renee A. Mayo Aisha G. Niang Asha Muldro Olivas Eric S. Paul Glenn E. Plosa Lynn M. Pouliot Erin Grier Rich and John Rich Charles E. Sanders and Maria Bockman Sanders Erin M. Small Lisa Corrigan Snyder Elbert K. St. Claire III  § Julia Wargo Vaughn and John Vaughn

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 12%

Heather L. Barnes Laura Iverson Burg § Eric O. Chijioke Catherine Crosby and Daniel J. Holton-Roth ’95 Isaac S. Haynes Rebecca Capolungo-Hartman Huenink Bridge C. Joyce Mark C. Merwin Douglas K. Mylowe Louis M. Onori Jr Jennifer Onyx Oryn Ryan J. Parry Sarah L. Quinn Rebecca Schapira Schwarzkopf Abigail Kerlin Tucker Jan K. Zeman and Anna Nedelisky-Zeman

1995 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $14,512.39 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,475.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 7%

Molly Wolford DeGaetano Christian K. Donovan § Jaime L. Ginsberg Daniel J. Holton-Roth and Catherine Crosby ’94 Bennett P. Lomax § Justin Louchheim and Whitney Trevelyan Louchheim ’96 Hector Negron § Ann W. St. Claire and Barry W. Dehlin Sean E. Vereen

1996 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $15,999.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,565.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 12%

Emily Ganim Anmuth Adi J. Blum Robert L. Burchman and Erika Winkler Chinezi M. Chijioke § Alexander P. Cukor  Sarah Dunphy-Lelii Melicia Escobar and Eric Tars § Julie McIntosh Forte and Carl Forte Sara E. Kahan

Do H. Kim Whitney Trevelyan Louchheim and Justin Louchheim ’95 Sarah McBride Pamela Wolski Mutschler § Sarah Kemp Newton Matthew C. Nierenberg Linsey Hankins Short Jason A. Sircely James A. Wilson § Alice H. Wu Alenka M. Zeman and Dan McIntyre §

1997 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $8,096.66 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $4,566.66 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 14%

K. Nura Abdul-Karim Abdur-Rahman and Salih Abdur-Rahman Joshua S. and Rachel Bernstein Estelle Palley Clifton and Ryan Clifton Delilah De La Rosa Kenny and Nora King § Michael E. Knoll Johanna R. Kolodny § Joshua D. Lipes Jesse Leah Nankin McMahon Christopher D. Miller Eli A. Reusch Horatiu G. Stefan § Vance P. Stevenson § Jevon W. and Charlotte N. Thoresen Devon E. Turner T. Ahren Warf April Yetsko Anonymous (1)

1998 15TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $1,950.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,425.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 11%

Naima Ahmed Aman Jordan A. Bell Ari M. and Shauna Betof  § Theresa Ross Clark § Andrew B. Engblom Amelia A. Erwitt and Kamil Kaluza § Benjamin S. Flaccus Holly Mueller Hecht and Matthew Hecht Terence R. Lee Katherine Farran Martz Ann Marie Mormino Michaels Arden D. Miller Tanya M. Robie Cori L. Stott and Nathaniel Hovan § A. Caitlin Van Hecke

1999 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $3,890.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $3,765.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 13%

Michael A. Church and Lindsay Eudy Church ’00 Gennifer Miller Dornstreich and Elijah S. Dornstreich ’93 Susan C. Evans and Steve Dorsch § Meghan R. Everett Emily B. Falk Jessica L. Huntington James C. Kingham Scott S. Klein Matthew H. Lilienfeld Kathryn C. Machemer Alaina M. Mauro Corey D. McNaught Rajeev J. Patel Eric B. Ryles Aarti A. Sheth Matthew C. Smoose Austin D. Tracy Angi R. West Sara E. Wolf §

2000 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $3,592.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $3,567.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 15%

Zeshawn A. Baber Lindsay Eudy Church and Michael A. Church ’99 Andrew D. Cino § Kristin A. Collier Vukasin Dzelatovic Theodore B. Fetter Evan B. Goldstein John J. Goodwin Emily C. Henretta § Nicholas D. Kerr § Dorienne Grumbach Lewin Elizabeth S. Lewis § Jamaal B. Mobley and Denyse Deane Victoria Antonelli Richardson Elizabeth K. Ross Marguerite Hachey Shifrin Hannah D. Stiefel Adriana Verleysen Tibbitts

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M. Bryan Warf David W. Wright Aubrey Berger Wyszynski Kai Xing

2001 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $1,355.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,355.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 9%

Meredith Baldi Alford and P. Michael Alford Greta C. Anderson Jasmine V. Bailey Sarah M. Dohle § Yevgen Gateniuk Ryan H. Lawrence Lauren Mauro Mellon and Ryan S. Mellon ’02 Diego Rodriguez Alexander H. Slemrod John C. Stephenson Adam L. Tabor Anonymous (1)

2002 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $3,620.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $3,545.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 11%

Rachel E. Adler Sarah Baum Baicker Lisa E. Buroojy Morgan E. Church Nicholas E. Dawit Alisha W. Fowler and Jesse Jenkins Michael J. Gretz Jr Joshua J. Mandell Ryan S. Mellon and Lauren Mauro Mellon ’01 Joshua R. Silvester Bettina K. Stephenson Jessica Stirba Nathaniel T. Walton Virginia L. Wenclawiak Megan Workman Anonymous (1)

2003 10TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $16,161.03 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $16,091.03 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 28%

Nana Amponsah Spencer F. Backman Maame A. Boakye Michal A. Brown Sarah T. Chmielewski Theodore R. Colegrove Logan L. Conklin Alexis L. Dansky Cristina Rysz DiSabatino and Kevin DiSabatino Jessica A. Duncan

Adriana E. Essilfie Patrick R. Flannery-Reilly Meredith D. Gluck Nicole I. Greenbaum Jesse B. Hindle Tanya A. Hoke Ross A. Hollister Laura B. Hopps Ae Min Kim Alexandra L. Klein Katheryne T. Kramer Brian G. Kronenthal Michael B. Lichtenstein Brittany H. Lichtman Vincent B. Murphy IV § Julia B. Nickles Brian P. Norcross Rebecca M. Palkovics Elise H. Paul Margaret A. Peake Helder F. Rocha Krysten M. Rollins Arden Brookstein Rossi and Tim Rossi Rashid O. Santiago Cara E. Scharf Jillian L. Shatken Jeffrey P. Stewart Jonathan R. and Joanna Stott Ashley Sullivan David C. Titus Helen K. Vance Molly S. Weingart § Anonymous (2)

2004 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $1,195.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,155.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 12%

Lauren M. Buroojy Joshua B. Goldberg Nicholas W. Hoskins Erica C. Nakajima § Jarrad C. Packard Brianna N. Robinson Alyssa S. Rothman § Wesley Ruttle Lindsay A. Salamon Daniel C. Suchenski Daniel E. Titus Gordon L. Toggweiler Deirdre S. Tomlinson Krysten L. Trull Anonymous (2)

2005 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $340.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $255.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 7%

Ethan C. Alguire Michael H. Bernardini Marianna L. Bogucki Danielle C. Carcia Eva M. Dornstreich

Eric J. Musser Catherine J. Segaller Glenna C. Smith Brian R. Thomas K. Grace Turnbull

Johanna V. Schneider § Liberty A. Slater Anonymous (3)

2009 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $195.00

2006

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $195.00

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $3,161.00

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 7%

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $3,131.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 9%

Matthew C. Bitzer Ruben L. Davis § Alexander S. Dettmer Danielle R. Glick § Annessa Graebener § Robyn R. Herman Michael J. Murphy § Jarad A. Rosenberg § Meghan W. Trull Jeremiah Walton § Paul C. Wenclawiak Jr

Steven J. Boyle Justin P. Cancelliere Kabir Chopra Aviva I. Dintenfass and Graham Dodge Megan A. Franco Mark G. Gerelus § Madeline A. Kane § John F. Keenan Alexander C. Pasqua

2010 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $225.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $225.00

2007

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 12%

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $2,686.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $2,666.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 13%

Anima T. Acheampong § Inna Alecksandrovich Daniel Baum Baicker Kenneth M. Boyle Jr § Ayanna N. Campbell Antoinette C. Carcia § Benita W. Chan § Alison L. Crawford § Gioia A. DiMicco Sarah L. Fosbaugh § Jordan J. Kardos Iwona Labuz Jacob M. Nelson Jane E. Sancinito Vijay P. Singh Elizabeth R. Weiler Meredith I. Zoltick Anonymous (1)

2008 5TH REUNION TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $971.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $921.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 13%

Alexander M. Barrosse Christopher J. Berends § Lisa G. Bernardini Marie Doyon Christopher J. Harkins § Sarah E. Harkins § Deborah E. Kennedy § Samuel J. Kim § Kevin M. MacWhorter Michael M. Oppong Daniel L. Pelo § Emma L. Rowan § Brittany L. Russell

Elizabeth A. Bitzer § Caitlin L. Brimmer § Sydney F. Burns § Timothy B. Darby Amanda L. Everett Elsabeth Graebener § Marguerite Horikawa Zachary R. Knoll § Hyung Min Lee Alyson N. Passanante § Haley R. Schools § Nicholas J. Simone § Rujuta T. Toppin Anonymous (1)

2011 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $2,992.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $2,822.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 19%

Caspar Julius F. Bartscherer § Hannah B. Bitzer § Mallory E. Carcia § Katherine A. Cherney § Maria J. D’Amico § Alexander G. Darby Catherine W. Dockhorn § Emily A. Eichert William R. English Hannah E. Esberg Devin K. Garfinkle Louis T. Gentilucci § Beau E. Gordon § Kathryn J. Harkins § Myra S. Jacobs § Sarah Lepianka Emma S. Perloff Samuel T. Popkin § Sarah E. Rainey § Willa L. Rowan § Caleb M. Savage §


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ZESHAWN BABER ’00 Young Alumni and Loyalty Challenge* Donor

If you take a moment to reflect on how your life has played out, I guarantee that George School will stand out. I want to give back to a place that gave me so much.

How did George School influence who you are now? I started carving out my identity in high school. Friends in college did it there, but the experience of living in the George School dorms with students from all walks of life, from different countries, had already helped me figure out who I was and the things that mattered to me. Knowing who I was allowed me to try new things. I learned that I was a self-starter. As an entrepreneur, the whole creative process begins and ends with me. Be yourself and do what makes you feel alive. I have George School to thank for that. I have never been around so many great individuals with so many great life experiences. Before this year, you hadn’t given regularly to George School. What changed? So much was going on. I made a mistake. I forgot where I came from. You think that keeping up with your friends is enough. Talking with Steve Jo ’90—we’re pretty good friends on Facebook—took me down memory lane. It hit me hard. George School was a huge force behind who I am. If it weren’t for my George School experience, I wouldn’t be in the position I am, so passionate about what I’m doing. I saw what initiatives were provided when I was there, so I gave to technology at the school since it’s really important to me. Giving will ensure the success of a special place. And I’m all for beating Westtown in a friendly, dignified, adult way. Why should other young alumni give? George School is really big on reflection. If you take a moment to reflect on how your life has played out, I guarantee that George School will stand out. I want to give back to a place that gave me so much. That’s how things should work, no matter how much money you have.

Zeshawn received a BA in Law and Society from Purdue University, worked in finance, and attended medical school before realizing he was meant to be an entrepreneur. With a friend, he started Sinque Labs, a pharmaceutical consulting company in San Diego but has returned to his native Chicago, where his enterprises have expanded to include a nightlife iPhone app (Hoppin) and a real estate marketing platform (Property Line). *The Loyalty Challenge is modeled after the annual George School-Westtown rivalry known as the Patterson Cup or “The Moose.” The challenge is an annual-giving participation competition between recent graduating classes of the two schools, with the winning school receiving the coveted Machemer Cup for the year.

Kevin V. Simone § Anneke Solomon Nicholas S. Weiler Anonymous (2)

Rachel B. Tanzer § Julia S. Um § Anthony M. Verleysen § Anonymous (1)

2012

2013

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $798.00

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $3,487.00

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $758.00

ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,962.00

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 15%

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 86%

Francesca M. Aldrich § Emily R. Alexander § Tyler V. Campellone § Alyssa J. Carcia § Haley E. Castle-Miller § Taylor B. Denton § Drew K. Fisher § Daniel W. Hoskins § Jacob M. Kaplan § Yihan Li § Emily L. Mapelli § Joseph D. McNichol § Joshua H. Platt § Curran Prasad § Carlyn R. Rodgers § Bryan S. Silverman §

Laura Adair Michaela J. Adams Campbell S. Alden Paolo Alighieri Jacqueline Applebaum Autumn R. Atkinson Maxwell H. Balka Justin D. Becker Carol A. Bernate Clement E. Bohr Eli S. Bresler Asa G. Brooker Aamira Brown Vinisa Brown Michael J. Bryer Michelle M. Burger

Sara Butler Michael A. Carbonara Ethan Carpene Katherine A. Carr Sen Chang Kevin L. Chen Linlin M. Chen Tzu-Huan Chi Michelle N. Chipimo Jingchen Cui Anna J. Darnowsky Anirban Das Lauren P. Dolinsky Emily Dunbar Ethan T. Dunbar Adedoyin Eisape Margaret L. Ellis Jonathan A. Epstein Keita O. Erskine Isabelle O. Garreaud Igor Gateniuk Mary E. Gens Nicholas W. Gonzalez Natalie J. Hilburg Adrianna M. Hipple Rowan Holloway

Sadie O. Homeier Spencer J. Jacoppi Dylan T. Jalowiec Fritzi R. James Jacqueline D. Jones Sekou T. Kaba Jake N. Kaplan Daniel J. Kim Juhyun Kim Jared K. Kimelheim Noah L. Kimelheim

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EMILY STONE ’13 Student Annual Fund Committee Leader*

As seniors, it was important for us to recognize that alumni helped make our experiences possible.

What do you value about your recent George School career? I really appreciate how open and welcoming the community is. My favorite class was French with Nancy Kryven. She’d make everyone laugh while helping us understand the material, and she’d talk to us about anything. Her openness is pretty representative of George School. Since I had a lot of friends who were boarders, I also saw that openness in the dorms, where close relationships formed between teachers and students, prefects and younger students. It was really cool. Why did you enjoy working on the Student Annual Fund Committee? I got involved because I knew that working on the committee would directly help the school. My junior year, I took part in Phonathons. We called alumni from all different years, talked to them about their George School experiences, and made connections. It’s great to get alumni who love the school to give back. Senior year, I wanted to try to win the Loyalty Challenge back. It’s been a while since we’ve beaten Westtown. So we did a campaign to encourage seniors to give. The goal was 100 percent participation. We had tables outside the dining hall. At class meetings, I spoke to the seniors about giving. We had competitions between the classes. It was pretty successful. We ended up getting more than 85 percent, the highest participation in a long time. Why is it important for seniors—and young alumni—to give to the Annual Fund? As seniors, we really loved George School, and it was important for us to recognize that alumni helped make our experiences possible. We rely on the Annual Fund to help pay for what tuition doesn’t cover. We wanted to get seniors motivated to give, to get them used to giving. They might think, “What can $1 or $5 do?” But if every student gives a little bit, it will add up to a lot. It can make a difference. And if you can give more, it’ll make a bigger difference.

A day student from Yardley, Pennsylvania, while at George School, Emily is now a freshman at Skidmore College. Though she doesn’t yet know what she will major in, she does plan to continue studying French, inspired by a special teacher. *The Student Annual Fund Committee lets alumni and students know about the importance of annual giving. Emily and her fellow committee members understand that giving whatever you can afford at whatever age you are shows that you value your George School experience.

Zachary S. Kimelheim Jacqueline F. Knoll Alexandros O. Lambros Kiho Lee Rachael J. Lippincott Andrew Loewy George Long Yaseen A. Lotfi Jessica S. Malerman Gianna Mannix Jacob E. McGuinness Audrianna C. Meledandri Justin A. Mendez Theresa N. Menna Jessica M. Minderjahn Loreli Mojica Owen J. Moon Thomas W. Morgan Arne Nelson Yen Anh H. Nguyen Alfred E. Norris III Jesse W. Palmiotti Susannah Perkins Ly N. Phan Samantha E. Portnoy

I. Chandler Rex Nadia D. Ross Sanjaya A. Roy Martina A. Russo Julia Q. Savage Zoe L. Silver Daniel E. Simon Desjoire M. Smith Emily S. Smith Keegan G. Smith-Nichols Joseph R. Sparacio Emily A. Stone Larenz N. Storey Madeline A. Sweitzer-Lamme Clarisse V. Taboy Kelsey L. Taylor Tanzania S. Thomas Ilya Timofeyev Hemal R. Trivedi William B. Uhl Alexandra S. Ulin Cyrus R. Vakili Margaux E. Walson Mengqi Wang Moritz D. Weidner

Stephanie L. Weinstein Emma M. Wells Madeline Wiley Andrew B. Willett Rosemary Wood Caitlin M. Wurz William T. Yarnall Connor P. York Won Suk You Andrew J. Young Zihan Zhao

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Jung Ryul Koh Jesse W. Lax Hsiu-Hua Lin Yonas Mehari Karen J. Nolan Le N. Phan Emma F. Popkin Catherine R. Rodgers Eric M. Rosario Alessandra N. Sacchi Francesca Sacchi Yaying Shen Donald Wong

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $4,144.00 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $624.00

2015

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 15%

TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $1,264.72 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $1,264.72

Salvatore R. Annunziato Antonia M. Burdick Taylor Campellone Margaret F. Cherney Natasha M. English Jackson Harvi Bhavani F. Jaikaria Suhwan Kim

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 51%

Nicholas J. Adams John E. Arth Laura K. Brower Marguerite G. Carmean Maggie C. Chen Ji Wan Choi


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Nicholas W. Colando Qudsiyyah Collings Mariella R. Coscia Alice S. Croom Alex Del Vecchio Anthony Delgado Kailin Dong Jordan Dunbar Chinue Ellis Lily M. Falk Jewell M. Fort Amanda S. Frischmann Sohan Ganguli Helen L. Harrison Frederick R. Hillegas Carrie Huang Abigail L. Ireland Aislinn F. Keenan Max B. Klaver Dena Kleemeier Katherine Kogut Dmitry S. Kovalev Ankit R. Kripalani Kimberlyn U. Krishnan Adam T. Kuniholm Christine H. Lederer Shanti A. Lerner

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EMILY ALEX ANDER ’12

Carolina S. Lopes Jibri Loving Yuanxin Lu Stephanie M. Luna Jake D. Lynch Jake Malavsky Eliza R. Marris Kathleen A. McDonough Jenin S. Mosarsa Kimberly A. Muth Anh Q. Nguyen Daniel Ott Maria Paratore Skylar P. Procos Miranda A. Riccardi-Coon Evelyn J. Rodgers Danielle R. Rothstein Emily Rucker Madison C. Seabrook Yifei Shao Kyla Shen Lauren I. Silverman Matthew D. Simon Mahek K. Singh Demi I. Straulino Xueying Sun Zauraiz Syeda

Lydia B. Thompson Raoul Thuroff Meghan R. Troup Cameron Vakili Maia-Leanne R. Valdepenas-Mellor Hanna S. Vaughn Samuel L. Zakrzewski

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2016 TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $54.00

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ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $54.00

YEAR SINCE GRADUATING OR FOR TEN

TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 2%

Megha S. Madnani Maxwell A. Smith-Ducati Yuval E. Thuroff

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OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS 

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01: S  eniors Emily Dunbar, Susannah Perkins, Jacqueline Jones, Nadia Ross, Clarisse Taboy, and Yen Ahn Nguyen received Pi Awards in recognition of their participation in varsity sports teams for all three seasons. 02: Harrison Fritz ‘14, Rowan Holloway ’13, Raphi Tayvah ’13, Jesse Lax ’14, Shelly Chipimo ’13, and Peter Ryan ’14 posed for photographs in Red Square before the Senior Dinner Dance.


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Gifts from Parents and Grandparents Gifts from parents and grandparents of students and alumni help make George School’s unique educational environment possible through their many contributions. We are pleased to recognize their remarkable loyalty and steadfast commitment to George School.

Parents of Students TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $490,113.91 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $218,510.86 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 58% FRESHMAN PARENTS: 57% SOPHOMORE PARENTS: 52% JUNIOR PARENTS: 61% SENIOR PARENTS: 64%

Christopher Adair and Melissa Lovett-Adair Bengt Peder Af Geijerstam-Lindberg and Virginia McGee Jonathan K. Alden ’82 and Megan Du Bois ’84 Andrew and Kimberly Allen-King ’75 Anthony and Debra Angelini Scott and Abby Applebaum Gerald Arth and Virginia Loebel Anawim Avila ’92 Jun Hyun Baik and Jeong Seon Lee Debra Gross Balka ’77 Robert and Carolyn Bauer James and Suzanne Begley Ayesha Begum Renwick and Teresa Beverly Jean Hesselman Bohr ’76 § J. David Brimmer and Amy Ward Brimmer George and Carletta Brooker Joel and Donna Brower Steven and Lisa Bryer Karen Burdick Don and Kay Butler John Fell Cadwallader Jr ’81 and W. Blair Jennings Mauro and Carmen Cajamarca Vincent R. Campellone and Karen Baker Campellone ’82 Michael and Rose Carbonara William Carmean and Nancy Ross Gregg Carpene and Melissa Loomar Carpene ’82 Pamela Carter Louise Cather Ruiting Chang and Xuefang Li Elizabeth Chapman Gang Chen and Hua Ding Wei-Shiuh and Caroline Chen Elizabeth Antrim Cherney Alan and Eileen Chewning

Seong Hyeong Cho and Mi Ok Kang Joonweon Choi and Dohee Kim Keun Young Choi and Min Hee Kim Lan Chung and Myong Soon Kim Joseph and Patricia Civitillo Tim and Kimberly Clinton Jonathan and Renee Cohen Christopher Colando and Kimberly Verica Colando ’83 Kelley Collings Richard and Amy Conte Joseph and Patricia Coscia Andrew Coyle and Ellyn Trickey-Coyle Ranya Dajani Robert Dandi Celine Darche Susan Dashow Raj Dave and Anita Bhala Ken Davidson and Amy Felder Davidson ’77 § Monica Day David Del Vecchio and Karen Kominsky Juan and Lisa Delgado Mamadou and Diariou Diallo Mary Dieter Neil and Shari Dolinsky Paul Donahue and Maryann Siry Peter and Janeen Dreux Rodney and Mary Dunbar Mark and Gianna Durand Roland Ekerdt and Ruth Thieroff-Ekerdt Robert and Wendy Ellis Valentino and Ingrid Ellis James and Ruth English Nils and Katherine Falk Marcia Fisher Christopher and Melissa Flynn Jack B. ’93 and Kimberly Ford Tracy Fort Paul and Pamela Forzley Gina Francano Gordon Freckleton and Jennifer Oglesby Benno Fritz Michael and Sonia Fusco Doreen Gage George Ganges and Elizabeth O’Connell-Ganges Maurice Gaquer and Janet Raymond ’80

Steve and Alice Gens Louis T. Gentilucci and Maureen H. Flanagan Chris and Beth Gilbert Vikramjit and Vineet Gill Charles and Anne Katrin Gillespie S. Michael and Christine Godshall Jeffrey Gordon and Jo Harding-Gordon Richard Gorelick and Sandra Silverman Brendan Greer and Vivian W. Yeh Christopher and Debbie Gregory Daniel Griffin and Maria Maurio Christopher and Giselle Grosso Harry and Meena Guleria John Gummere Mark Haber and N. Chiyo Moriuchi  Robert and Pamela Haberle Martin Hackett Dawn Hannah Beverly Harrison Dana Harrison and Stephanie L. Thliveris Jeffrey and Nancy Harrison John Harvi David Hayden and Tracy LaRou Don and Marilyn Hayden  § Christopher and Kathleen Hellmuth Michelle Henkin Elena Henry Porter and Caren Hibbitts Rich Hilpert and Heather Hoerle Anthony and Giuseppina Hipple Chien Hoang Michael S. Hodgin and Susanne Baker Hodgin ’87 Yung-Yi Hsu and Li-Li Chen Jing Huang and Xiaozhen He David and Stacy Hunt Larry Iaquinto Richard Ip and Christina Chen John Jacoppi and Necole Thurber Jacoppi Larry Jalowiec and Ann Tucker Stan James and Jenny Ornsteen Randolph and Kelly Jennings Wei-Che Jiang and Pi-Chu Lee Yongde Jin and Liming Niu Richard and Carole Johnson Musa and Haja Kaba David A. ’83 and LeeAnn Kalb Ben Kaplan and Patti Smialkowski Marc A. Kaplan Kevin S. and Margaret A. Karaffa Peter and Sheila Keenan Jocelyn Keith Brian and Jane K. Keyser Annemarie Kiedaisch Dong Jun Kim and Jungsuk Hwang Jaewan Kim and Mirim Lee Nam Song and Myung Ja Kim Robert Kimelheim Andrea Kind

Martin Kinnamon and Lisabeth Willard Geoff and Laura T. Kinnel § Don A. ’54 and Kyong Kinsey Richard and Amy Kirk Daniel and Sara Kleiner Joseph and Susan Knoll Michael L. Kochman and Mary E. Melton Yong Hyun Koh and Kyung Won Lee Tej and Archana Kokroo Yuquan Kong and Qunfeng Zhao Sathasivam and Aida Krishnan Raj and Margaret Kumar Huey-Ming Kuo and Shu-Ling Chiang Henry G. and Lynn A. Kush Mun Il Kwak and Yun Jung Park Kenneth and Flora Kwong Robert Lamme and Sandra Sweitzer S. Girard Lax ’70 and Dodie Hamblen § Mark A. and Mary Ellen Lederer Hee Sung Lee and Eun Jung Kim Seungje Lee and Jihyun Hwang Johanes Lessiohadi and Juntarti Njotoprawiro Yan Li and Xin He Jie Liang and Hong Liu Hsien-Jung Lin and Shu-Ching Yeh Dorothy Lindsay Joseph and Charlotte Lipinski Jiping Liu and Yazhu Zhang Yulin Liu and Shujuan Pan Bradly and Amy Loescher Gabriel and Jill Loewy George E. Long Jr and Maureen P. Long Ashraf Lotfi and Monica Lluch-Lotfi Thomas and Ashbrook Loughlin Chao Lu and Guifeng Xue Joseph and Pamela Lubeck Juan and Maria Luna Eric and Sheila Magendantz Cindy K. Mahoney Andrew and Ellen Malavsky Eileen Mannix Marcia Mark Guillermo and Gabriela Mayeregger Theresa Mazack Peter and Christine McDonough John McGahren and Jennifer Bryson Michael and Eileen McGinnis Kevin and Rosemarie McKay Cheryl A. Mellor and Edna-Anne Valdepeñas Raymond and Mary Menna Herman Mihalich and Val Fusco June Millington Randy and Kristine Minderjahn Federico Minoli and Elizabeth Kaplan Kevin E. Moon and Joanne Moeller-Moon Edward S. Morgan ’84 Robert Mulcahy and Betsy Cotton


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Christopher J. ’82 and Lorraine M. Muth § Youn Yong Nam and Seong Nam Lee Jacob and Elina Naydovich Jonathan Nelson Scott Nelson and Gretchen Nordleaf-Nelson Dreda Newman Du Nguyen and Ha Do Joseph and Carolyn Nicolosi Tom Noonan Karen A. Norris Janine D. Nyce The Nye Family Dick O’Hern and Polly Lodge § Juan Ortiz and Reina Rivera-Ortiz Daniel and Kiran Paek Joseph Palmiotti and Penny Haff Steve Panter and Elana Broch Bernardo and Nina Paratore Duk Hyum Park and Young Sook Choi Mrugesh and Archana Patel Carol Penn Matthew Perkins and Jennifer Isaacs Daniel and Colleen Peterson David and Lisa Phillips Michael and Liat Pisco Joacine and Marie Denise Plaisime Jonathan W. Platt ’78 and Melanie J. O’Neill  § Andrew M. Popkin ’83 and Amy Taylor Popkin ’82  § Dwayne and Pippa P. Rex Theodore Riccardi and Ellen Coon Diane Rice David and Joyce Rivas Glynis Roberts Caroline Rodgers William B. Rodgers and Jody A. Krosnick Rodgers ’79 Edy Rosario and Teresita Torres Ronald C. and Genevieve E. Ross Robert Rovinsky and Renana Brooks Michael and Janet Roy § Carlo and Pamela Russo Marco and Sondra Sacchi Paul and Judy Savage Patrick and Cindy Schretlen Brian E. ’80 and Deborah Seabrook § Jianqun Shao and Xin Zhang Jeffrey Sharkey and Alison Wells Xiaodong Shen and Qinghong Qiao Yvette Shipman Rick and Mika Silver Mark B. and Christine M. Silverman Mark Simon and Susan Gaston-Simon Shari B. Simon Carter J. ’76 and Erin B. Sio Ray and Diane Sizer Alex and Terry Skovronek Bentley Smith and Monique Burnett-Smith

Therese Smith Carol Smith-Nichols Wonkyu Sohn and Jungeun Lee Neal and Jeannette Solomon Alfonso Sosa and Veronica Santiago W. Scott and Jasmine Spence Jeffrey and Tina Spotts Charles and Deborah Stack Steven and Sandra Stackhouse Peter and Lisa Stone  Mauro and Angela Straulino Marlin Stroh Edilberto and Cristina Taboy Chih-Hsien Tang and Jo Chia Chi Keith Thomas Skeffington Thomas and Diane Driessen Clark Thompson and Laura Watt Charles and Ann Thurlow Eduardo and Ulrike Thuroff Igor and Inna Timofeyev Jratsri Tobunluepop Michael W. Toohey and Shari Rossmann Craig and Amy Trinkley William and Anstes Uhl Don Ulin Lauren Vakili Alicia Verleysen Florian von Trentini Min-Chi von Trentini Mark and Janice Waldman § Allan Walker and Elissa Darnowsky Deborah Walson Jan and Andrea Weidner Paul Weinstein and Debbie Bernstein Blake and Marion T. Wells Jeffrey and Greta Wiley Mark S.  and Diane Wiley Christopher G. Willett and Mary E. Sunday Beverly Williams Charles and Marcella Williams Joelle Williams Kevin and Tracy Williams Barry and Linda Wolfenson Larry and Margaret Wood David and Karen Wurz Joseph Wyan Susan Wyss Qiang Xiang and Mei Zhang Yun Xiong and Min Liao Chiemi York Yeong Mahn You and Hye Sook Hong David and Rebecca Zemach-Lawler Qiming Zeng and Shuang Li Anonymous (5)

Grandparents of Students TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $135,405.01 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $135,305.00

James C. Alden ’52 and Anne Brewer Alden ’53 Arthur Applebaum Arthur and Connie Bariahtaris Frederick W. II ’57 and Gisela Beans  Cynthia Bernstein Virginia Buco John F. Cadwallader ’58 and Jane Hires Cadwallader ’58 Margaret Clinton Veronica Cusick Daniel Day and June Francis Robert Dworski Marlene Ellis Bob and Jenny French Joseph and Rose Fusco Dorothy K. Hesselman § Miriam W. Hughes Saundra S. Hunter Peter and Margarita Kind Robert and Joyce King Robin and Anne Kinnel § Leonard and Irene Klaver Darshan Krishna Thor and Elizabeth Kuniholm Robert N. Lane and Joan Applegate Lane ’57 § Leslie and Elaine Lerner Alicia Lluch Robert and Virginia Loughlin Lloyd and Esmine Love Ellen W. Martin Jeanette E. Page Natalie Patterson Nils and Ann Pearson Alma Penn Sharen M. Popkin § Frederic Rapell E.A.K. and Clare J. Roepcke Donald and Lela Seidel Shirley Stone Henry and Cecilia D. Sweeney Leon H. and Lola Turner § Lester and Patricia Tuthill Trudi Wiley  Richard A. and Margaret Yarnall  Earl and Doris Zimmerman Anonymous (1)

Parents and Grandparents of Alumni TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $1,486,349.65 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED:

James C. Alden ’52 and Anne Brewer Alden ’53 Jonathan K. Alden ’82 and Megan Du Bois ’84 William and Florence Aldrich Keith J. Alexander Patrick Alguire and Barbara Mathes § Rashied and Patricia Ali Jeffrey T. Allen Mary Elizabeth Ridge Allison ’43  Wayne and Anne Almond § John S. ’63 and Elizabeth Ambler Robert E. and Margaret B. Anderson § George and Ellen Anthonisen § Robert M. Appelbaum  § J. Forman Applegate § Donald Armstrong ’49 and Elizabeth Sweet Armstrong ’50 § John T. ’54 and Mary M. Arnold § Orit Atzmon Elliot and Corinne Austein § Jane W. AuWerter § Maurice W. Ayars Jr ’64 Phyllis L. Babcock § Kevin and Jill Backhus John and Agnes Baffoe-Bonnie Mark Baicker and Cindy Baum-Baicker Richard and Linda Bailey Rob and Cheryl Baldi § Clinton L. Barlow and Diana Wright Barlow ’61 § Diane Barlow § Joan C. Barth § Madeline Bayliss Frederick W. II ’57 and Gisela Beans  Thomas and Rosanne Bell § John P. ’53 and Ann B. Beltz § David and Mary Pat Berends Steven D. Bernardini and Nancy Zurn Bernardini § Edward H. and Nila G. Betof § Renwick and Teresa Beverly Edward G. Jr ’48 and Elizabeth Biester § Mary Eastburn Biggin ’42  § Norman and Inez Bing § Bachu and Joan Biswas § Charles and Michelle Bitzer

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$470,305.15

IN THEIR WILLS OR ESTATE PLANS

Roy T. Abbott Jr ’48  § James E. and Margie Achterberg Kenneth and Susan Adler § Syed Muhammad and Birgitta Afzal

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Alma Black Eric ’63 and Lori Blumberg § Jean Hesselman Bohr ’76 § Helen Benton Boley ’55  § David L. and Ruth W. Bourns  § Kenneth and Claudia Boyle § Francis E. and Carol Bradley Frank and Gita Brenner Jeffrey T. and Mary E. Bretz Jack and Ilene Brod Joel and Donna Brower Melvin Brownold § David P. ’53 and Peggy B. Bruton  § Steven and Lisa Bryer Midori M. Buchanan § Leonard and Melissa Burman Thomas and Karen Buroojy John J. S. ’58 and Jean Burton § Don and Kay Butler Asa C. Cadwallader ’58 and Ann Lunn Brown Cadwallader John F. Cadwallader ’58 and Jane Hires Cadwallader ’58 William B. P. Jr ’56  and Jean K. Cadwallader Thomas Cahill Ann C. Campbell  § Vincent R. Campellone and Karen Baker Campellone ’82 Joseph J. and Gail Caputo Vincent and Christine Carcia William Carmean and Nancy Ross John S. Carpenter Jr ’49 and Emilie Carpenter § Louise Cather Indranil and Sveta Chakravarty David Chamberlain and Lynn MacDonald Norman A. ’45 and Nancy Chance § Wei-Shiuh and Caroline Chen Elizabeth Antrim Cherney Chi-Yu Chien and Shu-Hua Lee Mark and Mary Ellen Chijioke  Laurence G. Jr ’70 and Lorraine T. Claggett § Lorraine B. Claggett § Laura Cadwallader Clappison ’41 § David Clough § The Estate of Constance Shane Clovis ’60  § Sarah Campbell Coale ’36 § James S. Coan ’54 and Clara Montgomery Coan ’55  § Daniel and Jane Cohen Neil Cohen and Dana Stott Cohen § Geoffrey and Lisa A. Collier § Asa L. Colson III ’48 and Vivian P. Colson Kenneth and Margaret Conrow § Barry and Dottie Coppock § Joseph and Patricia Coscia Alice Hieatt Coulombe ’68 David B. and Anne Crawford  § Daniel W. and Elizabeth M. Crofts § Alan and Maria D. Crosman Jorge and Sonia Cruz

Terence M. Culleton and Nancy Cocks Culleton § Richard R. ’43 and Nancy D. Curtin Ralph K. Curtis Geoffrey Darby and Margo Garrison ’72 The Estate of Jane Adams Darnell ’46  Kevin Davis ’77 and Jennifer Kuebler Davis ’78 § Jeffrey and Lisa Dayton § Donald De Bona § Helene G. de Neergaard David Del Vecchio and Karen Kominsky William and Jacqueline Denton Fred Dettmer and Nancy Kraus Eugenia Nelson Dilg ’55 § William S. Dockhorn ’56 and Carol Wengert § Richard and Janice Domanik § Holly Richardson Donovan ’66 Roger and Liesel Dreisbach Williams § Constance DuBois § Donald duBoulay and Althea Seaborn Tibbi Duboys § Roberta Dunitz Dirk L. and Jane M. Dunlap  Robert N. and Jane A. Dusek Roger K. ’67 and Christine Eareckson John and Denise Edelblut John and Susan Eichert Steven Einstein John and Sylvia Eliot § Sidney and Elaine Elkin Chris and Catherine Elkins Valentino and Ingrid Ellis Elizabeth Elmore Thomas and Joan Ely Robert N. Endries and Emily Pennell Endries ’58 § Jeffrey and Nancy Engblom James and Ruth English Ruth Entrekin Roger ’42 and Jean Ernst § Robert E. ’80 and Denise Esberg § Elizabeth G. Eschallier § Fredy and Silvia Estrada Daryl Fair and Barbara L. Kibler Joe and Elizabeth P. Falconi  § Nils and Katherine Falk Joyce Falsetti William N. Farran III ’68 Michel and Barbara Faure § Claire Holvik Favro ’68 Michael Feder and Faith Kiermaier Feder ’72 § Sarah Wood Fell ’45  § Gerald D. and Amy R. Ferguson § Frank A. Fetter ’65 § Patrick and Laura Fisher Judy Fleischer Andrew K. Fleschner ’60 Charles L. and Valerie G. Folk §

David and Terry Foppert Louise Zimmerman Forscher ’40 § Edward Forstein § David H. Foster ’65 and Holly Barnet-Sanchez ’65 §  John Fowler Herbert W. Fraser ’39 § Margaret Fraser Will Freeman Paul H. and Ann K. Friedman C. Theodore Fritsch and Elizabeth Wood Fritsch ’69 § Peter Funston and Joy Crockett Funston ’59 § Salvatore Gambino and Susan David Qi Gao and Nannan Xia Gabriel C. ’53 and Devera Garber  § Michael Garfinkle and Terry Levitt-Garfinkle Robert W. Geissinger Louis T. Gentilucci and Maureen H. Flanagan Barry and Sharon Gessner § Michael Giardinelli and Elizabeth Geissinger Giardinelli ’74 M. Antoinette Girio § John R. Gleeson III ’65 and Constance Edwards Gleeson ’78 Ronald and Eileen Glick Barry and Joan Gluck § Alan and Eileen Goldstein § David Gottlieb and Rebecca Hutto § Kevin and Vicki Gottlieb David F. Gould II and Mary Lou Baker  Gould ’46  § Lenora M. Green § Glenn and Colleen Greenblatt Daniel Griffin and Maria Maurio Diana L. Groden Roberta B. Groeber Susan Gross Weidong Gu and Qin Zhang Drusilla Park Gullberg ’44 § Alberto Gutierrez ’75 and Theresa M. Finn Matthew and Betsie Haar Mark Haber and N. Chiyo Moriuchi  E. Harvey and Zena K. Hafetz Peter Halbert and Jill Stokes Halbert ’59 James Hale and Deborah Snipes Hale ’69 § Lillian Hall Barbara Gawthrop Hallowell ’42  § Karen Suplee Hallowell § Ralph Hallowell and Jean Comfort Hallowell ’36 § Walter S. and June S. Hallowell § William S. Hallowell ’78 § Andrew and Allison Hamilton Joseph G. Hancock Jr ’56 § Valerie Hanlon

Alard L. and Susan W. Hanover Gary and Susan Harkins § John and Pamela Harkins § Stephen Hart and Esther Stapler Hart ’52 § A. Louisa Beck Hatanaka ’66 § Walton S. and Peggy Hathaway  § Hal K. Haveson ’69 § Don and Marilyn Hayden  § Nancy Smith Hayden ’43 § William and Linda E. Heinemann  § Steven L. Heitzer and Kelly Meashey James Henretta Arthur C. ’47 and Sarah Henrie  § Richard and Sally R. Henriques § Wendy Herbert Todd and Susan Herman Margaret Herrick  § Dorothy K. Hesselman § Kenneth and Patricia Heys Joseph and Dorothy Highland Donald Hindle and Sarah Birdsall Robert and Dorothy Hitchcock Irwin and Maya Hoffman  The Estate of Amy Thomas Hoopes ’50  Scott E. Hoskins and Susan Woodman Hoskins ’71 § Abram and Patricia Hostetter § Donald E. Jr and Mabel V. Houghton § William I. Houghton III ’57 and Gail F. Houghton § Holly Houston Margaret Howe-Soper Jerald and Janet Huckabee Michael L. Ingerman ’55 Brad and Monica M. Isserman Antonio P. Jackson ’71 and E. Marie Hooper Jackson ’73  § David S. Johnson ’59 Mary L. Johnson Joan L. Jones Mary Baily Jordan ’57 § Jerome H. and Barbara R. Kahan Steven and Wendy Kane § Marc A. Kaplan Jeff and Susan Karr Bruce and Joane Katsiff Tod J. ’71 and Barrie L. Kaufman § George and Alison Kauker Kyoko Kazahaya Alan R. and Gail B. Keim § David H. Keller Jr Lee and Pamela Kennedy § Gilbert N. and Rebecca Kerlin  Christopher and Catherine Kerr § Danny R. and Julia Kerr H. Paul Kester ’47 Nam Song and Myung Ja Kim June Miller Kimmel ’49 § John and Sallie Kingham § Clive and Audrey Klatzkin § Daniel A. and Judith A. Klement Franklin and Patricia Kolodny §


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KONG YUQUAN AND ZHAO QUNFENG P ’14

How has George School benefited your family? High school is the most important time for shaping a man’s personality. George School has provided the best platform for Tianmin’s development. The teachers have inspired his passion to explore the unknown and seek solutions independently. The varied sports, arts, and clubs have benefited his health and growth. Through football, Tianmin has developed a sense of responsibility, honor, and cooperation and the courage to overcome difficulties. His attitude toward life has become more positive and optimistic. As his parents, we think that George School has created an excellent environment for Tianmin.

Parent Donors*

Has anything surprised you about George School? George School has gained more and more recognition, respect, and influence in China, and as parents of a student, we are very proud. I think this can be attributed to George School’s dedication to excellent teaching, its high academic achievement, and its persistence in taking good care of children. All of these are beyond our expectations.

We want to express our gratitude through our donations. We are also glad that more students will benefit from improvements at the school as a result of our and other parents’ gifts.

Why have you contributed to the Annual Fund and the fitness and athletics initiative? Tianmin’s academic and life experiences at George School have been wonderful. As his parents, we want to express our gratitude through our donations. We are also glad that more students will benefit from improvements at the school as a result of our and other parents’ gifts. Why do you also give your time, welcoming George School staff when they visit Shenzhen and getting involved with other local parents? We do it to show respect for the contribution of George School’s staff to Chinese students. It is very kind of Jenna Davis ’78, Nancy Starmer, and other staff to travel to China. They let Chinese parents know about George School, what our children are doing, and how the U.S. education system works. We cherish every chance to interact with them.

Living in Shenzhen, China, Yuquan is an attorney and enjoys playing golf and studying the stock market, while Qunfeng is home with their five-year-old son. The whole family loves George School, where son Tianmin (Kevin) plays Cougar football and is a prefect in Orton. *Tuition covers only 71 percent of the full cost of a George School education. By giving to the Annual Fund and capital improvements, Yuquan and Qunfeng help ensure that the education they appreciate is available to students now and in the future.

Ray H. Krauss and Diane Ewbank Krauss ’68  Donald P. and Katharine R. Kriebel § Michael Kulla ’46 § Robert N. Lane and Joan Applegate Lane ’57 § John and Gwyneth Langeler Michael Laracy and Eileen McGinnis Briggs Larkin § Robert Lauten and Elsa Anders Donald and Cynthia A. Law John and Randi Lawrie § Robert and S. Odie LeFever § Fred Leffel and Laurie Capellan Malkoff ’74 Ralph D. Lelii and Linda Dunphy Beth Lepianka Manerva Lescher § Michael and Peggy L. Levengood Howard Levine and Ruth Bonner Levine ’62 §

Lawrence and Roseann Lewis § Zhihui Li and Hong Qian Jack and Lois Lichstein Harris and Riselle Lilienfeld Bruce and Amy Lindsay Rosalie Lipkowitz § Donald T. ’57 and Polly Little  § Stuart and Deborah Louchheim § Lloyd and Esmine Love Marion Lyons § Anne M. Macari § Paul A. ’65 and Pamela E. Machemer § Chris and Susan MacWhorter Thomas C. Maddux ’56 Claudia Mahon  Cindy K. Mahoney Leonard E. Majzlin ’57 and Carol Hall Majzlin Russell L. and Ann W. Malcolm Claudio and Savanna J. Mapelli Anthony and Julia Mapes Jules W. and Rayna D. Marcus §

Miriam Zeman Marecek ’58 Don F. ’64 and Linda Marshall Joseph and Barbara Marshall § David and Marsha Maurer Anne B. Maxfield  § Dorothy McAdams § Norma McBride § Robert H. Jr and Stephanie McBride § Charles and Elizabeth McCall § John McGahren and Jennifer Bryson James W. McKey  § Malcolm and Joanne McNaught Mark and Sara Meltzer Walter and Arlene B. Meranze W. Lincoln III and Julie Merwin § Beverly A. Mikuriya ’63 § Cornelia A. Miller § Dorothy Pusey Miller ’48 Jeryl C. and Carolyn K. Miller § Kenneth Miller ’68 Martin ’67 and Jane Millner

Federico Minoli and Elizabeth Kaplan Douglas and Patricia Mooberry Emily R. Morgan The Estate of Esther Miller Morris ’39 § Stephen A. ’82 and Laurie Moyer Richard R. Muller ’53

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RONALD AND EILEEN GLICK P ’06 Alumni Parent Donors*

We’re not physically at George School anymore, but it’s still part of us. We want to see it there fifty years from now.

Did your daughter discover anything unexpected at George School? One of the tremendous things that Danielle derived is self-esteem. She was not very athletic, but because George School makes everyone participate, she got an opportunity that she would never have had in public school. She played varsity field hockey and lacrosse, which taught about cooperative play and camaraderie. It was a gift, and it was just one aspect of the sense of community, which is what George School is all about. How did—and does—that sense of community affect your family? George School teachers go above and beyond, nurturing each person individually. Danielle has maintained a personal relationship with her music teacher, Karen Hallowell, who traveled to Bucknell to hear her play in a concert. Nancy Bernardini, her coach and advisor, allowed Danielle to flourish through her mentoring and friendship. Paul Machemer ’65 taught her how to study, and Polly Lodge, her science teacher, had a great impact on her desire to go to medical school. Molly Stephenson instilled a love of the Spanish language. So many people affected her, and we got to know them, too. We also got to know a lot of the parents by going to games and being on campus. We felt part of one large family built on acceptance, inclusiveness, and trust. George School also has a way of involving the students and instilling the value of doing for each other. Not many schools make you work in the dining room. It really is like being a member of a family. It’s your job to make sure that things are taken care of for the people coming behind you. Danielle has taken all these wonderful values with her. You have given to George School since Danielle was a student. Why is continuing to give important to your family? We want to make sure that George School can still provide wonderful programs so that future generations have the same experiences that Danielle did. If every student, every member of the community gave just a little bit, it would make a tremendous difference. We’re not physically at George School anymore, but it’s still part of us. We want to see it there fifty years from now. The school means so much to us that we want to continue to have some small part in it.

The Glicks have been longtime residents of Yardley, Pennsylvania, where Ronald is a semi-retired orthopedic surgeon and Eileen is a nurse anesthetist. Both love to read, ski, and travel. Danielle ’06 is in her fourth year of medical school at the University of Maryland, in Baltimore. She continues to play the violin as part of the Baltimore Philharmonic Orchestra and to use her Spanish as a clinic volunteer. *The Glicks understand that the George School their daughter—and they—enjoyed was made possible by the generosity of parents and alumni of the past. They want to make the same difference for students of the future.

Robert Mullis Robert J. Muth Sumio and Pamela Nakajima § Robert Neff ’48 and Anne Kirk Neff ’48 § William G. Nelson IV ’52 § Clinton T. Newby Jr Theodore and Marjorie Nickles § Steven Nierenberg and Wendy Gross Nierenberg ’67  § Ralph and Sondra Nuzzolo Fred and Ruth Obear Martin and Elizabeth Ogletree § Dick O’Hern and Polly Lodge § Frank L. Olson and Ann Wilkerson Olson ’61 § Lucinda O’Neill ’77 Thomas M. and Katherine O’Neill § Jonathan E. ’66 and Lisa J. Otto § Shanti Owen

Daniel and Kiran Paek Joseph Palmiotti and Penny Haff Michael and Loretta Pancione § Duk Hyum Park and Young Sook Choi Betty Wilson Parry ’43 W. Blake K. Jr ’65 and Janice Parry § Katherine Eudy Patterson  Nils and Ann Pearson Thomas and Jean Pedersen G. Nelson Pfundt ’48 David Philips and Harriet Jahr-Philips Diane  and David  Phillips John D. Phillips and Paula Kuebler § George L. ’58 and Nancy Pickering § Henry C. Jr ’43 and Patricia Pickering Thomas H. Pike III Joan Seidman Piker ’42

Martin Pincus and Patricia Kramon Pincus ’68 Jean F. Pineo ’58 Larry Pinkus and Sara Stern Pinkus ’77 Joacine and Marie Denise Plaisime Jonathan W. Platt ’78 and Melanie J. O’Neill  § Michael and Debbie Plotnick Andrew M. Popkin ’83 and Amy Taylor Popkin ’82  § Sharen M. Popkin § Chip Poston § Grace O. Potts  § J. Lewis Powell ’45 and Elizabeth LePatourel Powell ’46  § Donna Preuss § E. Spencer Quill ’59 § Lydia Potts Quill ’61 § Shirley J. Raff

Lynne K. Rainey Michael and Joanne Raphael § Norval D. and Ann Reece § Barbara Reeder Douglas and Elizabeth Rendall Patricia L. Renzulli § Scott and Susan Rhodewalt Gary Robinson and Amy Whitney Rebecca Robinson Lenai Rocco Caroline Rodgers William B. Rodgers and Jody A. Krosnick Rodgers ’79 Shirley Rogers § Tom Rogers ’73 and Kathy Hart Rogers ’75 § Michael W. and Karen J. Rohovsky § The Estate of Kellie Rollins Joel and Rosemarie Rosenberg § Jean Platt Rospondek ’69


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Andrew and Elizabeth Rosser David and Elizabeth Rosvold Keith and Theresa Rothman § Andrew Rowan and Andrea Lehman  § John P. Rudolph ’31 § Michelle Ruess Ray and Sandra Ruess James Sacherman ’75 § John and Stephanie Salamon § Carol Samuel ’65 Francisco San Miguel and Frances McCammon San Miguel ’53 § Louis and Susan Sancinito David R. ’65 and Elizabeth Satterthwaite § Paul and Judy Savage David O. ’47 and Susan D. Saxton § Ann Fussell Schellenger ’38 § Terry Schneider and Ellen Chang Charles and Susan Scholer § Patrick and Cindy Schretlen Joy Schroder Craig and Kim Scott Richard M. and Bette Segel § Phyllis F. Sexton § Stephen D. Shaffer ’59 Jeffrey Sharkey and Alison Wells Thomas D. Sharples ’35  § Cynia Shimm Alvin and Helene Shipon Richmond B. Shreve and Marguerite Chandler Jane Gill Shumaker ’43 Conrad M. and Gail Siegel Linda Silber Mark B. and Christine M. Silverman Shari B. Simon Kenneth and Linda Simone Peter E. Simson ’74 Carter J. ’76 and Erin B. Sio Leslie Plapinger Skolnick ’75 § Mitchel Skolnick § Jeffrey and Frances Slemrod Douglas P. ’64 and Mary M. Smith § The Estate of June C. Smith  § Mary D. Smith Samuel E. and Elizabeth S. Smith William Smith and Elizabeth Hilder § Samuel M. Snipes and Marion A. Smith  § Ivan R. Snyder and Hannah Palmer Snyder ’60  § Warren P. and Barbara C. Snyder Neal and Jeannette Solomon Barry Sonnenfeld and Susan Ringo § Raymond M. and Kathleen A. Sowiak George N. Spells Jr Lea Stabinski Steven and Sandra Stackhouse Martha Stanbury § Kevin and Katherine Stanford David Starkey and Stephanie Jones Andrew Steginsky §

Robert G. and Donna R. Steinmetz Sandy Steinmetz § Brad and Molly L. Stephenson § Lori Stephenson Bruce and Dorothy Stevens John and Judith Stevens § Susan Keller Stevenson Frank Stiefel and B.J. Dockweiler Michael and Anke Stieglitz Christine Jensen Storch ’58 § Jay Storch ’68 and Anne Culp Storch ’67  § John D. and Jacqueline M.  Streetz § Michael ’50 and Nancy Stroukoff § John Sudofsky and Sandra Stees Sudofsky ’55 § Wongi Sul and Jinjae Sul Henry and Cecilia D. Sweeney Robert Tabor and Amy Lewis Tabor ’68  § Katey S. Talbot § Stephen and Jacqueline Tanzer Carol B. Thomas § Lee B. Thomas § Robert W. Thomas ’63  Charles and Laura Thomforde Charles and Ann Thurlow Geraldine Dana Tisdall ’45  § Rob Toggweiler and Susan Leigh § William and Swati Toppin Andrew P. Trull ’72 and Tacie Yerkes Trull ’74 § William H. and Theresa B. Tucker  Ilene Tuller Joan P. Tulp Nancy Turnbull  Leon H. and Lola Turner § Richard H. Turner Jr § Wayne and Terry Tuttle E. Carl Uehlein Jr ’58 and Judith Taylor Uehlein ’57  § Sreytha Um Milagros Pacheco Uribe R. Neil Vance and Susan Zimmerman § Alicia Verleysen Jerome J. and Sandra B. Vernick Diane E. Vernon § Louis H. ’43 and Judith Vernon Katherine Polsky Vivian ’56 William III ’54 and Darlene Waddington § Richard and Carolyn Waghorne  John Waitz and Terese Van Solkema-Waitz ’74 § Mark and Janice Waldman § Paul Waldman and Mary Money-Waldman Elisabeth Yeatman Walker ’52 Jonathan P. Walker ’60 Stephen R. Walker and Judy Winter Walker ’65 § Douglas A. and Donna Walters David ’68 and Carol Walton Ji Wang and Na Wei Samuel and Amy Wang §

R. Thomas and Anne Warf Myron and Carol Warshauer § Kurt and Jeannette Wegelius § The Weiler Family Russell M. Weimar ’48   § John Weingart and Deborah M. Spitalnik  § Paul and Deborah Wenclawiak § Robert and Maureen West James L. ’54 and Robin Whitely  § Eleanor T. Whitman Grant Wiggins Heidrun E. Wilde Jeffrey and Greta Wiley Ann J. Wilkerson § Pamela A. Williams Rachel M. Williams Richard and Evelyn Willis Deborah Hummel Wilson ’69 Jane Wilson Noel S. Wilson ’59 Robert C. III ’37 and Virginia H. Wilson § Katherine B. Winter § Allen F. and Hanna J.  Wise  § Anthony and Jennifer Wolf § Sharon Shepperd Wolfson Jimmy F. and Mee Ling Wong § John H. Wood Jr ’33  § Lewis Woodman and JoAnn Johnson Woodman ’43  § Bruce T. Worth ’69 Richard and Carol Wozniak § Christopher B. Wright ’55 and Kay Windham Walter C. III ’64 and Leslie E. Wright Frank Wunderle Richard A. and Margaret Yarnall  Cary and Antoinette Yonce Yeong Mahn You and Hye Sook Hong Jian Zhang and Min Shi Todd Zimmerman and Laurie Volk § Ruth N. Zoltick § Anonymous (7)

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Gifts from George School Committee Members, Faculty, and Staff George School is served by many talented, dedicated board members, teachers, and administrators. In addition to their time, a record number also contributed financially. We gratefully acknowledge their generosity.

George School Committee Members TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $92,013.80 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $33,361.00 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 100%

Joanna M. Bassert ’77 and Edward Marshall III § Lisa Parry Becker ’89 § Thomas and Rosanne Bell § Edward G. Jr ’48 and Elizabeth Biester § Amy Ward Brimmer and J. David Brimmer Maria D. and Alan Crosman Gloria and David B. H. Denoon ’62  Katherine and Nils Falk Terry and David Foppert Arthur C. ’47 and Sarah Henrie  § Edwin D. Huff Timothy D. ’87 and Gloria Katsiff § Alan R. and Gail B. Keim § Christopher and Catherine Kerr § Michael J. Kosoff ’56 and Virginia Work Kosoff ’56 § Bennett P. Lomax ’95 § Kassem L. Lucas ’90 § N. Chiyo Moriuchi and Mark Haber  Theodore and Marjorie Nickles § Norval D. and Ann Reece § Craig and Kim Scott Richard M. and Bette Segel § Deborah M. Spitalnik and John Weingart  § Andrew Steginsky § James L. ’54 and Robin Whitely  § Eric R. Wolarsky

Faculty and Staff TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $55,893.59 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $30,544.72 TOTAL PARTICIPATION: 67%

Jose Lino Acosta and Martha Guzman Jo F. and Sarah T. Adachi Emily R. Alexander ’12 § Meredith Baldi Alford ’01 and P. Michael Alford

Florentina Argueta Ileabeth Ayala Andrea M. Barberio Judy Bartella § Peggy Berger Michael H. Bernardini ’05 Nancy Zurn Bernardini and Steven D. Bernardini § Ari M. ’98 and Shauna Betof  § Grace Blanton Francis E. and Carol Bradley John Butera Monica Caine Vincent R. Campellone and Karen Baker Campellone ’82 Philip W. Clampffer Kimberly Verica Colando ’83 and Christopher Colando Lisa A. and Geoffrey Collier § Jacqueline Coren John and Nancy Coughlin Kathy Coyle and Gisele R. Pinck § Maria D. and Alan Crosman Benjamin J. and Melanie Croucher Jorge and Sonia Cruz Terence M. Culleton and Nancy Cocks Culleton § Glenn Curry and Susan Clarke-Curry Mary Dart § Christine K. and Joseph P. Davidyock ’91 Jody A. Davis Kevin Davis ’77 and Jennifer Kuebler Davis ’78 § William T. Demchuk John F. Devine Cristina Rysz DiSabatino ’03 and Kevin DiSabatino Christian K. Donovan ’95 § Jane M. and Dirk L. Dunlap  Michael W. Eareckson Virginia A. Eccles Thomas R. English and Renukah Somalingham Allison Ewing Catherine L. M. and Nathan G. Ezzo Joyce Falsetti Lisa and Frank Faranca § Jeffrey P. Fischer Steven E. S. Fletcher John J. Foisy Charles L. and Valerie G. Folk §

Rachel M. Fumia Val Fusco and Herman Mihalich George School Science Department Michael F. and Gail Gersie John R. Gleeson III ’65 and Constance Edwards Gleeson ’78 Tom Griffith § Karen Suplee Hallowell § Mark R. Harrigan Elena O’Boyle Harris ’90 and Jim Harris § Colleen G. Hasson Linda E. and William Heinemann  § Steven L. Heitzer and Kelly Meashey Robyn R. Herman ’06 Ronald Hinman Michael S. Hodgin and Susanne Baker Hodgin ’87 Tom Hoopes ’83 and Beth Castiglione Scott E. Hoskins and Susan Woodman Hoskins ’71 § Shantel K. Hubert M. Rebecca Hutchins Monica M. and Brad Isserman Sheila A. Jacobs Steven J. ’90 and Amy Jo § Rebecca L. Jones Kevin S. and Margaret A. Karaffa Melissa B. Keller ’84 Barbara L. Kibler and Daryl Fair Laura T. and Geoff Kinnel § Charles R. Koerner David G. Kosan Gayle H. and Brandon Kowalewski Lauren Lareau Laura Lavallee Cynthia A. and Donald Law David and Minnie Lee S. Odie and Robert LeFever § Ralph D. Lelii and Linda Dunphy Michael G. LoStracco Polly Lodge and Dick O’Hern § George E. Long Jr and Maureen P. Long Katie and Frank Lumpkin Claire M. Lutz Carolyn B. Lyday and Margaret A. Sanborn Paul A. ’65 and Pamela E. Machemer § Cindy K. Mahoney Megan M. McBride Robert H. Jr and Stephanie McBride § Timothy D. McGarvey Kim McGlynn and Aaron Good Pauline McKean Lorraine McKenney Ellen McMaster Corey D. McNaught ’99 Cheryl A. Mellor and Edna-Anne Valdepeñas Jack W. Merkl Rebecca A. and Robert Missonis

Kevin E. Moon and Joanne Moeller-Moon Stephen A. ’82 and Laurie Moyer Deborah D. and James H. Newbold ’72 § Julia B. Nickles ’03 Joseph and Carolyn Nicolosi Gretchen Nordleaf-Nelson and Scott Nelson Chris Odom and Kathleen O’Neal § Travis and Maggie A. Ortogero Danielle Picard-Sheehan and Paul Sheehan Marie Denise and Joacine Plaisime Andrew M. Popkin ’83 and Amy Taylor Popkin ’82  § Chip Poston § Susan Quinn Pippa P. and Dwayne Rex Indira S. and Renuka Rodrigo Matthew M. Rodrigue Tom Rogers ’73 and Kathy Hart Rogers ’75 § Nancy Romanchek Rosemarie and Joel Rosenberg § Susan and Mark E. Ross Emma L. Rowan ’08 § Michelle Ruess Yelena Rumyantseva Amedeo Salamoni David R. ’65 and Elizabeth Satterthwaite § Alyssa Schultheis Laura Koerckel Selvig Emily A. Shaker  Linda Silber Carter J. ’76 and Erin B. Sio Shan-King Siu Benjamin S. Smith ’91 Thomas E. Soper and Kim Glassman W. Scott and Jasmine Spence Nancy O. and Jack Starmer  § Molly L. and Brad Stephenson § Marlin Stroh Autumn Thayer Norman K. and Betty Tjossem § Michael W. Toohey and Shari Rossmann Beverly Trautwein § Terry and Wayne Tuttle Douglas A. and Donna Walters Colette Weber Marion T. and Blake Wells Maureen and Robert West Rachel M. Williams Eric R. Wolarsky Carol and Richard Wozniak § Frank Wunderle Marilyn Young Selina Yu Dan Zalenski Rebecca and David Zemach-Lawler Anonymous (4)


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Former Faculty and Staff TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $542,807.82 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $19,188.81

James E. and Margie Achterberg Margaret K. Alderfer Margaret B. and Robert E. Anderson § Diane Barlow § Michael H. Bernardini ’05 Steven D. Bernardini and Nancy Zurn Bernardini § Mary Eastburn Biggin ’42  § David L. and Ruth W. Bourns  § Carol and Francis E. Bradley Kenneth S. Burton ’51 and Marjorie McFeely Burton ’55 § Karen Baker Campellone ’82 and Vincent R. Campellone Beth Castiglione and Tom Hoopes ’83 Chinezi M. Chijioke ’96 § Laurence G. Jr ’70 and Lorraine T. Claggett § Susan Clarke-Curry and Glenn Curry James S. Coan ’54 and Clara Montgomery Coan ’55  § Barry and Dottie Coppock § Laurie Rendall Coursin ’67 David B. and Anne Crawford  § Elizabeth M. and Daniel W. Crofts § Alan and Maria D. Crosman Kevin Davis ’77 and Jennifer Kuebler Davis ’78 § R. John Davison Dorothy W. Detwiler  § Dirk L. and Jane M. Dunlap  Roger K. ’67 and Christine Eareckson David L. Eldridge ’85 and Lisa Carney Eldridge § Nancy and Jeffrey Engblom Sarah Wood Fell ’45  § Ruth Coe Fergusson ’45 and A. Carter Fergusson § Daniel David Fredricks Barbie Gale ’71 Anne McCarthy and Earl Garrison § Robert W. Geissinger Jaime L. Ginsberg ’95 Aaron Good and Kim McGlynn Reed Goossen The Estate of Stanley M. Green ’41  § Anne M. Greene § Henry P. Hackett William S. Hallowell ’78 § Darryl Harper and Sonya Clark Elena O’Boyle Harris ’90 and Jim Harris § Walton S. and Peggy Hathaway  § Sally R. and Richard Henriques § Robyn R. Herman ’06 The Estate of Eleanor K. Hess

Heather Hoerle and Rich Hilpert Mabel V. and Donald E. Houghton Jr § Leo M. Janas and Sue Petrone § Lars C. Jansson ’55 § Susan Shaw Keffer ’37  Melissa B. Keller ’84 Danny R. and Julia Kerr Susy Vieceli Lake Randi and John Lawrie § Anne C. LeDuc  § Donald T. ’57 and Polly Little  § Kassem L. Lucas ’90 § Lorraine McKenney James W. McKey  § Malcolm and Joanne McNaught Peter C. Miles  § Joanne Moeller-Moon and Kevin E. Moon Carole and Frederick G. Monahan Mary Stevens Myers § W. Webster Newbold ’68 and Jan Etherington Newbold Wendy Gross Nierenberg ’67 and Steven Nierenberg  § Robert L. Orr ’76 and Holly Schroder Orr ’78 § Joseph E. ’74 and Masha Peacock Dwayne and Pippa P. Rex Scott and Susan Rhodewalt Mark E. and Susan Ross Charles E. Sanders ’93 and Maria Bockman Sanders ’93 Joy Schroder Phyllis F. Sexton § Samuel E. and Elizabeth S. Smith Barbara C. and Warren P. Snyder Damaris South Anne Culp Storch ’67 and Jay Storch ’68  § John D. and Jacqueline M.  Streetz § James M. Talbot ’61 and Nina Sinkler § Wendy L. Talbot ’70  Norman K. and Betty Tjossem § Russell M. Weimar ’48   § Laurel Williams Wise and Marc L. Wise ’87 Geralyn Wolf

Former George School Committee Members TOTAL DOLLARS RAISED: $95,586.25 ANNUAL FUND DOLLARS RAISED: $36,322.25

James C. Alden ’52 and Anne Brewer Alden ’53 Robert M. Appelbaum  § James C. ’62 and Judith Baldwin Norman and Inez Bing § Jacqueline D. and Willard Bowers § David P. ’53 and Peggy B. Bruton  § Asa C. Cadwallader ’58 and Ann Lunn Brown Cadwallader Ann C. Campbell  § Mary Ellen and Mark Chijioke  David L. Eldridge ’85 and Lisa Carney Eldridge § Elizabeth G. Eschallier § Joe and Elizabeth P. Falconi  § Sarah Wood Fell ’45  § Elizabeth Wood Fritsch ’69 and C. Theodore Fritsch § Gabriel C. ’53 and Devera Garber  § Joan and Barry Gluck § Eileen and Alan Goldstein § John J. Harkins ’54 and Margaret Weller Harkins ’53 § Esther Stapler Hart ’52 and Stephen Hart § Jennifer Parker Holtz ’89 and Christopher T. Holtz § Darlington Hoopes Jr ’45 § Charles S. ’44 and Nancy H. Hough  § John F. and Penny Hunt  § Gail B. and Alan R. Keim § Rebecca and Gilbert N. Kerlin  Michael S. Landes ’61 § Maris Clymer Langford ’58 Michael and Peggy L. Levengood Laurie Capellan Malkoff ’74 and Fred Leffel Don F. ’64 and Linda Marshall Robert J. Muth Martin and Elizabeth Ogletree § Jonathan E. ’66 and Lisa J. Otto § W. Blake K. Jr ’65 and Janice Parry § George L. ’58 and Nancy Pickering § Sharen M. Popkin § Grace O. Potts  § Cornelia Clarke Schmidt ’42  § Hank B. ’76 and Lisette Siegel Corey R. ’61 and Jonne Smith  § Samuel M. Snipes and Marion A. Smith  § Damaris South Robert G. and Donna R. Steinmetz James W. Townsend Jr ’61 Tacie Yerkes Trull ’74 and Andrew P. Trull ’72 § William H. and Theresa B. Tucker 

Terese Van Solkema-Waitz ’74 and John Waitz § JoAnn Johnson Woodman ’43 and Lewis Woodman  § Richard A. and Margaret Yarnall 

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Gifts from Friends We are grateful to the following organizations and individuals for their generous support.

110 Commerce Way Inc. A. Brooks Construction Inc. Ackerman Charitable Fund Joel Ackerman Mark and Elizabeth A. Adelhelm Advance Health Advantage Design Inc. Aita and Lawrence Passmore Fund Alderbaugh Foundation Mark and Wendy Allen Ally Bank Amgen Foundation Anderson Cattle Co. Andrew D. Steginsky Philanthropic Fund Annie E. Casey Foundation John and Bobbie Arlotta Arnold Charitable Fund Asahel P. H. Bloomer/Caroline D. Bloomer Charitable Trust Andrew Asher Automatic Devices Company Michael Bahr Baltimore Community Foundation Bank of America Bank of Osage City Barbara Janney Desanzo Fund Timothy B. Barnard The Estate of Reba F. Barnes Michael and Natalie Barrist Baumeister Family Foundation Mitch and Lynn Baumeister Britt Mesterton Bayer Bergen County United Way’s Charitable Flex Fund Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Claudia Bjerre Jane Ferguson Blanshard Aaron Blumenthal Douglas and Lisa Bonaquist Bowie Gridley Architects Adele Boyd Sarah Boyer BP Fabric of America Fund Don and Patti Branine William and Mary Braun Daniel P. Breen and James R. Burnett The Estate of Belle V. Briggs § Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Inc. Bryco Controls Inc. Laura Buchko Building Control Solutions Jeanne Bushar CA Technologies Matching Gifts Program Calvert Foundation

Cameron International Corporation Jenny Campbell Ronald and Jill Cancelliere CareCore National James Carlson Carmean Ross Family Charitable Fund Joseph N. Carroll Lee Ann Culmer Carter  § Chandler - Shreve Family Fund Charles and Martha Evans Fund Charles Stewart Mott Foundation Henry G. Chiles Jr Raymond F. and Kim L. Ciurej Coastal Plains Insurance William C. Coffin Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC John and Susie Collins James B. Comiskey § Community Foundation of Collier County Community Foundation of New Jersey Bryan M. Corsini Coventry Health Care Douglas C. Covert Helen Cox Cream Hill Foundation Crofts Family Fund CulinArt Inc. David and Barbara Houghton Fund Kevin Davis Thomas Davis and Maureen Zent Travers and Lynn Davis Travers Davis Davis/Zent Family Fund Patrisha Davis-Coupe Rafael DeJesus Barbara Delafield Harvey and Jeanne Demovick Allison DeSantis Tim DiCocco The DiMino Family Disney/ABC International Television Inc. Judy Dixon Don and Lisa Drakeman Duff Company Manufacturer and Dist. John Duncan Amalia Duran-Wolff Dynamic Carpets Inc. Edward & Rose Berman Philanthropic Fund Ella Gayle Hamlin Foundation Ellen & Andrew Celli Foundation Ellen Wills Martin Foundation

EnPro Industries Bart Epstein Steven B. Epstein ExxonMobil Foundation Fallen Angels Foundation Inc. Federico and Liz Charitable Gift Fund Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Karin Fink § FJC Foundation for Enhancing Communities Fountainhead Foundation Luke Fox Fred Beans Charitable Fund Fred Beans Ford Bruce M. Fried Galileo Research and Strategy Consultancy LLC Garber-Saleh Charitable Fund GE Foundation George School Family Fund George School Parents Association James C. and Judith W. Gibbons Gilbert and Rebecca Kerlin Fund Randy P. and Debbie Giles Glenmede Trust Company Leila Glover Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund Goldman, Sachs & Co. Bruce and Linda Greene Tuvy Guss H&L Team Sales Inc. Patrick Hackett Norval Hadley and Carol Rosenberger Hadley James C. Hansberger Harris Blacktopping Inc. Harris Comfort LLC Eleanor Haupt Helen P. Hayward Shirley Hayward Hearne Hardwoods Inc. Heath Lumber Company Heinemann Family Fund Henderson Global Investors Dennis and Randee Lee Hickey Highfields Fund Highland-Mills Foundation Daniel Hillman and Johanna Vogel Hoffman-Bravy Charitable Foundation Holland Floor Covering Leanne Holland Hough Petroleum HRM USA Inc. Hunt & Ayres P.C. Virginia Huxley IMC Construction J. Nicholas Newman and Kathleen K. Newman Fund J.M. Mechanical Services LLC Jewish Community Endowment Fund Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh JMTW LLC

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Johnson Family Fund JPMorgan Chase Foundation K Interior Design Chaofu J. Kao and Victoria S. Wei Donna Karpa Katharine C. Pierce Fund KBR Kent C. Kelly Sedik S. Khoranian Hoon Kim Kinloch Woodworking Limited Stanley G. Kleja Susan Kosoff Kugelman Family Foundation Larry Kugelman Roman Kulich Davina C. Lane Richard E. and Kathleen E. Lavigne Law Offices of Christopher M. Welch Leach Real Estate Consulting John and Victoria Lewis Carrol E. Littlejohn Nancy Littlejohn Robert L. and Mary Lynn Logan Lomax Family Foundation Loughlin Family Foundation M & T Bank M.A. & Josephine R. Grisham Foundation Mainstream Swimsuits Inc. Mark B. Thompson Associates LLC Matthew and Karen Fine Fund Kristi A. Matus Maxfield Family Fund William and Susan Maxfield § James McBride Hardy and Jo Ann McCullough Thomas P. and Olivia N. McDonough James E. and Becky McGarry Judith McKevitt John F. Megrue Melvin and Janet Brownold Fund The Mennonite Foundation Merck Partnership for Giving Microsoft Everett and Stacey Moddie Moore Bennett Haag Robert Moore Moorhead Family Fund The Moorhead Family Robert and Maura Morey mStoner Inc. Michael Nelson New Garden Monthly Meeting of Friends New York Community Trust New York Life Foundation Newtown Artesian Water Company Newtown Friends School Nickles Contracting Inc. Timothy E. Nolan Norman Raab Foundation Patti Nurnberg


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George Oechsle  Mary Lou E. Osborne The Estate of Anita J. Parry  Candi Parry Parsons Judson Family Fund Party Magic Patrick T. Hackett Fund John and Mary Pauley Leo Pauls Jason Pett Pfundt Foundation Philadelphia Insurance Companies Philip Rosenau Co. Inc. Charles and Carolyn Pilgrim Posoli Foundation Jenn Post PPL Services Corporation PrairieLand Partners, Inc. Patsy Knapp Price Process Plus Legal Services LLC Edward and Linda Prout Ethan and Kate Prout Lana Pyburn Quad Investments Inc. Laura Quam Quintiles Transnational Inc. R.A. West Associates Inc. Rapeela Realty Corp Donald and Harriet Ratzlaff RBC Trust Company (Delaware) Limited Philip Rech and Beth Copeland Glenda Redding Regional Care Hospital Partners Relocation Movers Services Inc. James H. and Sheila Richard Hassan Rifaat A. Scott Ritchie Anne Catherine Rivoire Frances Rivoire Megan Rivoire Robert D. Gilmore & Assoc. Inc. Lisa Robinson Rohovsky Family Foundation Inc. Dorothy B. Ross Anita Routzahn Roxbury Fund Rudge Family Fund John Ruhlmann Rural/Metro Corporation Helen Ryan Keri Ryan Kevin Ryan Sacherman Fund Salesforce.com Rebecca Sanborn Schafer Family Philanthropic Fund Christine Schloss Carol Schmidt Schwab Charitable Fund Fred Sciascia Patricia Scopellite Second Anonymous In and Out Fund Anne Seltzer Michele Shepherd Scott E. Shimizu

Georgiana Siksay Silicon Valley Community Foundation Sanjay Singh Arlene Y. Skeeles Jacqueline Smalley Shirley R. Smith Jane F. Smudin Fran Soistman Soros Fund Charitable Foundation SOURCE Institute for Human Performance Janet Stallmeyer Don W. and Nancy J. Stands Charles R. and Barbara J. Stark John and Rita Stelben Sterling Fund Thomas G. and Doris E. Stranghoner Todd and Elizabeth Stranghoner Jamie Stratton Michael and Gabriele Streit Peggy Suarez Joseph Swedish Leigh Ann Swigert Ryan Swigert Shane Swigert Ted & Ruth Johnson Family Foundation TEL-DAT Communications Inc. Temperance House Thomas C. Steinmetz Charitable Fund Thomas D. Bell Charitable Fund Thomas G. and Andrea Mendell Foundation Bob F. Thompson and Mary Battle Thompson Mark B. Thompson Perry and Kim Thompson Tidewater Jewish Foundation Inc. Chris Toll and Jane Rech William B. and Sadie Tourtillott Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. Inc. Transportation Services Inc. Todd and Laurie Trettin Truist Chris James Turoff Twining Construction Co., Inc. Tyco Electronics UHS of Pennsylvania Inc. Vanguard Group Verisk Healthcare Waldman Family Charitable Trust William and Anna Walker § Walter C. and Leslie E. Wright Fund Washington Post Company Jim and Liz Wavle James and Jane Wedgeworth Weglicki Family Foundation Fund Tim and Denise Weglicki Wei Wei Wang Fund Jonathan and Jennifer Weinberg Weingart Family Fund Bertrand C. Welch Jamie and Deborah Wells West Star Aviation Inc.

Alonzo White Bryan Whitmore Peter Wiley Willard Brothers Lumber Co. William B. Parry & Son Ltd. William Maul Measey Fund Petur Williams Suzanne Williams Willis North America Inc. David E. and Kristine B. Wing Winrock International Gary K. and Patricia L. Wise Wm. W. Fabian & Son Inc. Dale Wolf John Zurn Marianne Zurn Anonymous (9)

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Tribute Gifts We are pleased to acknowledge gifts made in honor or in memory of the following people.

In Honor of... The 100th anniversary of Hamilton Jewelers Rachel E. Adler ’02 Stephanie Rohovsky Akbari ’83 Emily R. Alexander ’12 The birthday of Alexandra Duboys Casillo ’95 All Quakers Margaret B. Anderson Jasmine V. Bailey ’01 Maxwell H. Balka ’13 Samuel L. Balka ’16 Nancy Zurn Bernardini Allison S. Betof ’01 Ari M. Betof ’98 Gabrielle Branch Caitlin L. Brimmer ’10 Rachel B. Brimmer ’14 Mary Brown Antonia M. Burdick ’14 The years spent at George School and Greene Street Friends by Alison Pickard Bush ’43 Sara Butler ’13 Nan Burchette Cameron ’55 Vincent R. Campellone Elliot R. Carmean ’03 Evan C. Carmean ’07 Marguerite G. Carmean ’15 Yoon Hwan Cho ’14 Lindsay Eudy Church ’00 Eliza Clark William Cleveland Evan Clinton ’13 Jacqueline Coren Karina H. Costa ’06 William M. Craighead ’44 Terence M. Culleton Anna J. Darnowsky ’13 Mary Dart Jennifer Kuebler Davis ’78 Kevin Davis ’77 Logan C. Davis ’10 Ruben L. Davis ’06 R. John Davison Emily J. Dayton ’08 Sara E. Dayton ’05 Alex Del Vecchio ’15 Alexander S. Dettmer ’06 Dorothy W. Detwiler Sarah B. Dubois ’74 Jane M. Dunlap Peter R. Einstein ’12 Thomas R. English William H. Enos Keita O. Erskine ’13

Andre J. Estrada ’10 Christopher R. Faure ’16 Claudie D. Fischer Eliza G. Fox ’87 Eben Freeman ’86 Toby Freeman ’83 Elizabeth Hope French ’14 Carly R. Fried ’16 Barbie Gale ’71 Robert W. Geissinger George School George School Faculty George School Faculty and Staff John R. Gleeson III ’65 George B. Gross ’01 Pamela R. Grumbach Olivia L. Hayden ’13 Tom Hoopes ’83 David L. Hostetter ’79 Steven J. Jo ’90 Cameron Eudy Jones ’01 Jonathan L. Kalb ’16 Gwendolyn J. Kerr ’47 Jacob A. Kind ’16 Laura T. Kinnel Jacqueline F. Knoll ’13 Zachary R. Knoll ’10 Nancy T. Kryven Anne C. LeDuc Ralph D. Lelii Lori Zoltick Levy ’76 Michael G. LoStracco George E. Long Jr Stephanie M. Luna ’15 Carolyn B. Lyday Pamela E. Machemer Paul A. Machemer ’65 Dr. Henry Magendantz Kathleen A. McDonough ’15 Michael McGinnis ’14 Audrianna C. Meledandri ’13 Owen J. Moon ’13 Stephen A. Moyer ’82 Daniel Ott ’15 Michael H. Pancione ’01 Christine Malcolm Pappas ’77 Minseo Park ’14 Carol Penn Chip Poston’s twenty-five years at George School Todd M. Preuss ’74 Aileen M. Soper Prieto ’92 Diana Zoltick Rednor ’70 L. Blake Rivas ’14 Allison H. Rodgers ’11 Catherine R. Rodgers ’14 Paul E. Rohovsky ’86 David R. Satterthwaite ’65

The graduation of Julia Savage ’13 Johanna V. Schneider ’08 Alan M. Siegel ’79 Hank B. Siegel ’76 Emily F. Silber ’10 Erin B. Sio Kenneth J. Siry ’14 Yaehyun Sohn ’14 John W. Stanford ’09 Nancy O. Starmer Robert W. Stevens ’00 Jessica Stirba ’02 Emily A. Stone ’13 Jacqueline M. Streetz  John D. Streetz The student body from 2005 through 2008 Norman K. Tjossem Katartouch Tobunluepop ’16 Treat pizza (3rd floor Main ladies—1998) William B. Uhl ’13 Cameron Vakili ’15 Cyrus R. Vakili ’13 Jennifer Rogin Wallis ’88 Russell M. Weimar ’48  Zack Whedon Dorris Spencer Wickman ’73 Christopher K. Wilde ’90 Travin K. Williams ’16 Zachary M. Wolfenson ’16 Sergeant Alvin York Brad J. Zoltick ’74 Jerel M. Zoltick ’68 Meredith I. Zoltick ’07 Philip Zoltick ’67

In Memory of... Barbara Dodd Anderson ’50 Elizabeth Eberhard Anderson ’32 Elaine Applebaum Marjorie Darling Barnard ’62 Matthew C. Baumeister Malcolm Lakhdar Bennoune Mary Adams Bitzer ’55 Rufus A. Blanshard ’39 Charlotte H. Blaschke Edwin K. Bonner ’31 Andrew W. Bourns ’87 Caroline Garve Boyer ’43 Marvin Brod Helen Powell Brown ’38 Janet Brownold Rhoda Bunnell ’54 Margaret Fell Cadwallader Nancy Cadwallader Josephine Campbell Sruel Cantor John A. Carter ’49 Alexandra Casillo ’95 W. Brooks Cavin Jr ’33 Katherine Pearson Chiles ’56 Maurice Chorney Constance Shane Clovis ’60 Phebe Johnson Coffin ’54 Doris E. Cohen

Elizabeth Cox Corle ’43 James L. Cox ’38 Miquette Miller Cox ’38 Emily Kirby Crane ’45 Hugh M. Cronister ’44 Wilma Kearns Culp ’39 Eric G. Curtis Phil Dansky Jane Adams Darnell ’46 Aaron Dashow Walter H. Daub Jr. Caroline Dow ’59 Susan Pickering Dowling ’60 Michael Dunitz ’71 John O. Eberhard ’40 Thomas T. Eberhard ’42 Joseph C. Eldridge III ’36 Elizabeth Titelman Falcone ’73 Joseph Finkle ’81 Grant Fraser Robert B. Fraser ’59 Marilyn Sibley Fries ’63 William R. Gawthrop Jr ’43 Suzanne H. Good Phyllis Greenland Andrew M. Hafetz ’83 J. Leon Hagerty Jr ’34 Donald Hancox ’71 Jean and Walter Hand M. Robert Herrick ’44 Lloyd W. Herrold ’43 Eleanor K. Hess Anne Parry Holder ’68 Ann Stover Hollinger ’54 Amy Thomas Hoopes ’50 Rae Hoopes ’50 Eugenia Tomlinson Howes ’42 Nancy Longnecker Hubby ’54 Parry Jones Masahiro Kazahaya Kenneth Keskinen Jean Kimelheim William C. Kuhn ’36 Dorothy and Cliff Lane Mark Lee ’44 Nancy H. Lewis ’70 Clark Thompson Lightfoot ’47 Marlene Livingstone Stephen L. Lovekin ’58 John H. Machinist ’66 Helen Claassen MacMath ’49 Jacob D. Malone ’06 Walter E. Mattis ’36 Nathaniel A. McKee ’79 Dunstan McNichol Charles L. McVaugh ’21 Mary Book McVaugh ’21 Burton H. Milask Dale K. Miller Walter Mohr Walter L. Morgan Esther Miller Morris ’39 Pete Newman John Ford Noonan Thomas F. Norton ’52 J. Charles O’Neill ’94 Richard G. Otto ’55


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Ruth Eberhard Paine ’34 Evelyn Johnson Parry ’41 Thomas M. Parry Jr ’42 William B. Parry ’40 Deborah Peterfreund Linda Ticehurst Pierce ’58 George Porter Barrett J. Raff Thomas Riley Barbara Roberts Norman L. Roberts Bryan E. Robinson ’03 Martha McCord Robinson ’35 H. Robert Ross ’43 Thomas A. Rothschild ’60 Louise Samuel Ralph Samuel Kenneth E. Schroder Christopher C. Selby ’82 Alan Sexton

Michael F. Sherrin Jonathan E. Shimm ’74 Hugh Simmers IV ’82 Bradshaw Snipes ’41 Howard T. Snipes ’81 Chandler H. Stevens ’52 Jacqueline M. Streetz Stanley Sutton John D. Talbot Doris Saurman Thomas ’25 Katherine Rogers Thompson Margaret Passmore Trickey ’60 Gretchen van Horn Eugenie Vickery T. Carter Waghorne ’99 Christopher Seth Walker Arthur Walsh Helen Walsh Wei Wei Wang ’04 Doris Parks Webster ’46

Mark S. Wiley Trudi Wiley Everett W. Wilgus ’24 William Burton Charles F. Williams II ’86 Betty P. Winn H. Taylor Winner Jr ’37 Sherry L. Winnette Hanna J. Wise Edith Williams Wood ’28 William C. Wood Hugh B. Woodward ’42 J. Donald Woodward ’39 Judy D. Woodward ’45 Margaret Harned Wright ’38 Steve Yi ’86

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During Alumni Weekend, more than 300 alumni and George School community members gathered to plant a tree in memory of Mark Wiley, longtime member of the science faculty. Mark’s daughter, Maddy Wiley ’13, and his wife Diane Wiley participated in the ceremony.


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Volunteers At George School, education is something we all do together—many parents, students, teachers, staff, and friends volunteer their time and resources to help this community flourish. Our thanks go to the following people.

George School Committee Joanna M. Bassert ’77 § Lisa Parry Becker ’89 § Thomas Bell § Edward G. Biester Jr ’48 § Amy Ward Brimmer Gloria Denoon Katherine Falk Terry Foppert Arthur C. Henrie ’47  § Edwin D. Huff Timothy D. Katsiff ’87 § Alan R. Keim § Christopher Kerr § Michael J. Kosoff ’56 § Bennett P. Lomax ’95 § Kassem L. Lucas ’90 § N. Chiyo Moriuchi Theodore Nickles § Norval D. Reece § Craig Scott Richard M. Segel § Deborah M. Spitalnik  § Andrew Steginsky § James L. Whitely ’54  § Additional GSC Subcommittees and Advisory Committees Paolo Alighieri ’13 Nancy Zurn Bernardini § Norman Bing § Michelle Bitzer Jack Brod David P. Bruton ’53  § Vincent R. Campellone Yu-Wen Chen ’99 Lisa A. Collier § Christian K. Donovan ’95 § Katherine Falk John Fowler Qi Gao Susan Gaston-Simon Joan Gluck § Don Hayden  § Marilyn Hayden  § Carol Powell Heller ’71 § Alan Hilburg Jennifer Parker Holtz ’89 § Charles S. Hough ’44  § John F. Hunt  § Nicholas D. Kerr ’00 § Laura T. Kinnel § Craig Kolbman Hsiu-Huei Lee

Paul A. Machemer ’65 § Jennifer Cox McNeil ’77 § Jamaal B. Mobley ’00 Kevin E. Moon Scott Nelson William G. Nelson IV ’52 § John D. Orr ’47  § Gisele R. Pinck § Jody A. Krosnick Rodgers ’79 Janet Roy § Laura Koerckel Selvig Jasmine Spence Anne Culp Storch ’67  § Edna-Anne Valdepeñas Cheryl Veith Fred Veith Benjamin G. Walmer ’94 Carol Wengert § Laurel Williams Wise Nannan Xia

Fitness and Athletics Campaign Committee Michelle Bitzer David P. Bruton ’53  § Gloria Denoon Don Hayden  § Carol Powell Heller ’71 § John B. Hoffman ’73  § John F. Hunt  § Anne C. LeDuc  § Kassem L. Lucas ’90 § Paul A. Machemer ’65 § Jody A. Krosnick Rodgers ’79 Craig Scott Anne Culp Storch ’67  § Jevon W. Thoresen ’97 Laurel Williams Wise Honor Thy Coaches Event Committees Lisa Parry Becker ’89 § Shauna Betof  § Adi J. Blum ’96 Akobuije D. Chijioke ’92 Chinezi M. Chijioke ’96 § Jeffrey J. Cogshall ’72 Joseph P. Davidyock ’91 David B. H. Denoon ’62  Christian K. Donovan ’95 § Jaime L. Ginsberg ’95 Joan Gluck § Hal K. Haveson ’69 § Melissa B. Keller ’84

Anne C. LeDuc  § Paul A. Machemer ’65 § Robert P. A. Machemer ’92 Katherine Farran Martz ’98 S. David Miller ’67  § Jennifer J. Stone ’00 Kimberly J. Stone ’96

Reunion Committee Members Mary Elizabeth Ridge Allison ’43  John S. Ambler ’63 Peter B. Ashelman ’58 Alexander M. Barrosse ’08 Linda Brownold Bell ’78 Kary Wolford Benedetto ’98 Maame A. Boakye ’03 Alden F. Briscoe ’58 § Nicole E. Brown ’93 David P. Bruton ’53  § Jeremiah S. Burns ’93 Allyson Farrelly Catanzaro ’78 Rachel Pickering Copenhaver ’93 Jennifer K. Cummings ’73  Alexis L. Dansky ’03 Jennifer Kuebler Davis ’78 § Jennifer L. DeVan ’88 Elijah S. Dornstreich ’93 Carey Reeder Duques ’98 Beth Longenecker Dyjak ’83 Adriana E. Essilfie ’03 Carolyn I. Evans ’63 William N. Farran III ’68 Benjamin S. Flaccus ’98 Robin A. Gans ’73 Courtney Lawson Gendron ’98 Joan Hagerty Giunta ’63 Meredith D. Gluck ’03 Amanda W. Goodwin ’93 Tara R. Greco ’83 Carra E. Greenberg ’93 John B. Hoffman ’73  § Ross A. Hollister ’03 Gail Larson Hutchinson ’63 Christine Markow Johnson ’93 David A. Kalb ’83 Samuel J. Kim ’08 § Marjorie Ayars Laidman ’53 § Elizabeth G. LeFever ’88 Renee A. Mayo ’93 Alexandrina Malungu Mbowa ’88 Jennifer Suplee Mullin ’83 Vincent B. Murphy IV ’03 § Anne Kirk Neff ’48 § Robert Neff ’48 § Ada Nelken ’93 Michael M. Oppong ’08 Betty Wilson Parry ’43 Robin Kester Patterson ’73 § Daniel L. Pelo ’08 § Patricia Kramon Pincus ’68 Marie V. Plaisime ’08 Elizabeth R. Rosetty-Wagner ’08 § Emma L. Rowan ’08 § Anne O’Toole Salinas ’88  § Charles E. Sanders ’93 Toni Schragger Segal ’53

Robert S. Seltzer ’53 § Matthew A. Shipon ’08 Nancy Sussman Siverd ’63  § Stephanie AuWerter Stafford ’88 John F. Steinfirst ’58 § Douglas R. Stevens ’68 John H. Stewart ’78 Cori L. Stott ’98 § Jonathan R. Stott ’03 Amy Lewis Tabor ’68  § Robert W. Thomas ’63  Jennifer Rogin Wallis ’88 § Ina Willers ’93 Brian J. Wise ’93 § JoAnn Johnson Woodman ’43  §

Alumni Annual Fund Committee Kenza Abtouche ’08 Emily R. Alexander ’12 § Deepak S. Atri ’06 David A. Balme ’09 § Elizabeth A. Bitzer ’10 § Marianna L. Bogucki ’05 Jean Hesselman Bohr ’76 § Katherine Winn Boyer ’89 § Amber S. Bradley ’95 Caitlin L. Brimmer ’10 § Elizabeth Holbrow Brown ’77 Laura Iverson Burg ’94 § Sydney F. Burns ’10 § Lorraine Mulford Cain ’50 Meridith Rogers Carroll ’95 Anthony B. Cino ’94 Randolph P. Cleaver ’64 Alexander J. Cohen ’99 Ross Cooper ’11 Jennifer Kuebler Davis ’78 § Nicholas E. Dawit ’02 Susan Strug Delark ’93 Christina L. DiGiulian ’11 § David L. Eldridge ’85 § Susan C. Evans ’99 § Katherine E. Falconi ’95 Dana L. Falsetti ’11 Daniel Fernandes ’10 Theodore B. Fetter ’00 Patrick R. Flannery-Reilly ’03 Robert E. Ganz ’69  § Delia Smith Gardiner ’79 § Mark G. Gerelus ’09 § Mary Lou Baker Gould ’46   § Zachary Logan Gould ’03 Laurence B. Green ’60 § Robert D. Haas ’74 Charles W. Haines III ’75 Sara L. Harmon ’11 Henry R. Hidell III ’59 Bernard Hirsh ’74 John B. Hoffman ’73  § Emma R. Holt ’09 Marguerite Horikawa ’10 Alexa M. Hornbeck ’10 Charles S. Hough ’44  § Morgan E. Humphrey ’09 Antonio P. Jackson ’71  §


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Myra S. Jacobs ’11 § Laura Grontkowski James ’86  § Lee H. Kenworthy ’60 § Nicholas D. Kerr ’00 § Bonnie Dinsmore Kerrick ’58 Savannah R. Kopel ’11 Michael J. Kosoff ’56 § Virginia Work Kosoff ’56 § Susan Lane ’66 Jonathan H. Levinson ’90 E. David Luria ’54  § Sarah Belton Lutomski ’98 Anne Kirk Neff ’48 § Robert Neff ’48 § Naeemah S. Nelson ’00 Bruce S. Parkinson ’46  § Alyson N. Passanante ’10 § Hilary N. Pearsall ’10 Timothy P. Pesce ’82 Holly A. Phelps ’70  § Linda Ticehurst Pierce ’58   Eli A. Reusch ’97 Philip G. Rhoads ’65 § JoAnn Riker ’09 Andrea E. Riley ’09 Javier J. Rivera ’09 § Katherine Thomas Roberts ’90 Richard F. Rodgers ’84 Kate Sherfy Rogers ’75 Sara McEvilly Rosamilia ’96 Rex D. Roskos ’11 Elizabeth K. Ross ’00 Emma L. Rowan ’08 § Willa L. Rowan ’11 § Elizabeth Satterthwaite § C. Herbert Sharpless ’66  § Linsey Hankins Short ’96 Kevin V. Simone ’11 § Douglas P. Smith ’64 § Suzanne F. Smith ’79 Craig X. Sotres ’74 § Carroll Stephens ’72 Jonathan R. Stott ’03 Michael E. Streubert ’98 Alicia Marciano Sullivan ’86 Barbara Suydam ’63 Betty Lou Leedom Thompson ’56 § Taisha M. Thompson ’91 Gordon L. Toggweiler ’04 Miranda Rich Tollman ’88 Victor C. Vaughen ’51 § Coerte R. Voorhees ’09 Alcora N. Walden ’01 Judy Winter Walker ’65 § Benjamin G. Walmer ’94 Elizabeth Weiss-Bernarducci ’80 Charlotte H. Wells ’11 Christopher P. Whitely ’91 Whitney G. Wilkerson ’95 Brian J. Wise ’93 § David W. Wright ’00

Parent Annual Fund Committee Jean Hesselman Bohr ’76 § Amy Ward Brimmer Elizabeth Chapman Kelley Collings Joseph Coscia Patricia Coscia Celine Darche Lisa Delgado C. Dori Dugan Julie Krikorian Eshbaugh ’83 Laura Fisher Mary Ann Fritschie Robert Haberle Dawn Hannah Diana Heredia Holly Houston Joseph Knoll Susan Knoll Anita Manders Maria Maurio June Millington Dreda Newman Janine D. Nyce Jennifer Oglesby Carol Penn Colleen Peterson Amy Taylor Popkin ’82  § Diane Rice Janet Roy § Ann Rucker Elena Schisa Carol Smith-Nichols Rachel Sterns Lisa Stone  Peter Stone  Eduardo Thuroff Ulrike Thuroff Alicia Verleysen Pamela A. Williams Tracy Williams Community Annual Fund Committee Meredith Baldi Alford ’01 Andrea M. Barberio Lisa A. Collier § Jacqueline Coren Kathy Coyle § Jane M. Dunlap  Lisa Faranca § Rachel M. Fumia Michael F. Gersie Tom Hoopes ’83 Cynthia A. Law Ralph D. Lelii Paul A. Machemer ’65 § Robert H. McBride Jr § Stephanie McBride § Julia B. Nickles ’03 Kathleen O’Neal § Danielle Picard-Sheehan Carter J. Sio ’76 Norman K. Tjossem §

Student Annual Fund Committee Tatiana M. Af Geijerstam Lindberg ’15 Autumn R. Atkinson ’13 Marguerite G. Carmean ’15 Margaret F. Cherney ’14 Qudsiyyah Collings ’15 Alice S. Croom ’15 Anirban Das ’13 Sydney D. Denmark ’14 Emily Dunbar ’13 Adedoyin Eisape ’13 Natasha M. English ’14 Lily M. Falk ’15 Frederick R. Hillegas ’15 Rachael J. Lippincott ’13 Jessica S. Malerman ’13 Monica V. Nadeau ’15 Juliana Pham ’14 Le N. Phan ’14 Ly N. Phan ’13 Johvensky Plaisime ’16 Catherine R. Rodgers ’14 Deanna J. Roepcke ’14 Alessandra N. Sacchi ’14 Francesca Sacchi ’14 Emily A. Stone ’13 Clarisse V. Taboy ’13 Tanzania S. Thomas ’13 Hemal R. Trivedi ’13 Emma M. Wells ’13 Richard J. Williams ’15 Ea Jung Yoo ’14 Regional Event Planning Groups Diane R. Brenner ’81 § Lauren M. Buroojy ’04 Nicholas E. Dawit ’02 Amelia A. Erwitt ’98 § Adriana E. Essilfie ’03 Meredith D. Gluck ’03 James C. Kingham ’99 Vincent B. Murphy IV ’03 § Catherine E. Pallenik ’04 Deirdre S. Tomlinson ’04 Parents Associations Richard Balka Stephanie Bariahtaris Suzanne Begley Anita Bhala Jean Hesselman Bohr ’76 § Elana Broch Donna Brower Monique Burnett-Smith Karen Baker Campellone ’82 Rose Carbonara Melissa Loomar Carpene ’82 Caroline Chen Li-Li Chen Shu-Ling Chiang Young Sook Choi Chien-Hui Chiu Renee Cohen

Kelley Collings Patricia Coscia Laura Crimi Ranya Dajani Celine Darche Elissa Darnowsky Monica Day Lisa Delgado Constance Doyle Peter Dreux C. Dori Dugan Mary Dunbar Cassidy Enoch-Rex Melissa Enoch-Rex Donghui Fan Catherine Faure Tracy Fort Alice Gens Qi Gao Beth Gilbert Jeffrey Gordon Debbie Gregory Mark Haber  Robert Haberle Penny Haff Dodie Hamblen § Jo Harding-Gordon Marilyn Hayden  § Xin He Kathleen Hellmuth Caren Hibbitts Porter Hibbitts Bella Jaikaria Kelly Jennings LeeAnn Kalb Anu Kalley Peter Keenan Sheila Keenan Jocelyn Keith Annemarie Kiedaisch Eun Jung Kim Dohee Kim Robert Kimelheim Sharon Klaver Susan Knoll Yuquan Kong Margaret Kumar Huey-Ming Kuo Lynn Kush Joyce Lanier Horng-Jiun Lee Hilary Levy Derry Light Charlotte Lipinski Yulin Liu

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Jiping Liu Virginia Loebel Anju Madnani Ellen Malavsky Gabriela Mayeregger Guillermo Mayeregger Mary Menna Aida Morales N. Chiyo Moriuchi Michelle Morrison Lorraine M. Muth § Jennifer Oglesby Joseph Palmiotti Shujuan Pan Nina Paratore Carol Penn Colleen Peterson Liat Pisco Danielle Portnoy Qing Hong Qiao Reina Rivera-Ortiz Gang Ren Glynis Roberts Nancy Ross Ann Rucker Gwen Scott-Hodges Min Shi Yvette Shipman Lori Shollenberger Patti Smialkowski Carol Smith-Nichols Tina Spotts Deborah Stack Lisa Stone 

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Mauro Straulino Patricia Taylor Ann Thurlow Ulrike Thuroff Mary Tomlin Lauren Vakili Alicia Verleysen Greta Wiley Kevin Williams Linda Wolfenson Nannan Xia Anne Yarnall Mei Zhang Jian Zhang Xin Zhang Yazhu Zhang

Guest Speakers and Hosts Robert M. Appelbaum  § Sarah Baum Baicker ’02 Richard Balka Stephanie Bariahtaris Simon A. Biswas ’02 Alyssa D. Blank ’02 Andrew J. Cantor ’77 Celine Darche R. John Davison Anat Feingold Charles L. Folk § Dodie Hamblen § Jeffrey Harrison Nancy Harrison Eric B. Hening ’70

Paula Jones James Klaver Derry Light Mitchell J. Nathanson ’84 Bernardo Paratore Nina Paratore Emily Laybourne Podunovich ’89 Diane Rice Glynis Roberts Emma L. Rowan ’08 § Gwen Scott-Hodges John C. Stephenson ’01 Adam L. Tabor ’01 Nicole Tucker

Admission Office Anita Bhala Caroline Chen Kelley Collings Tracy Fort Dodie Hamblen § Caren Hibbitts Porter Hibbitts Jocelyn Keith Lynn Kush Joyce Lanier Derry Light Lorraine M. Muth § Jennifer Oglesby Nina Paratore Ann Rucker Carol Smith-Nichols Ann Thurlow

Ulrike Thuroff Alicia Verleysen Anne Yarnall

Other Administrative Volunteers Kathleen Bernhardt ’70 David B. Crawford  § Anirban Das ’13 Dorothy W. Detwiler  § Alex D. Reese ’09 Corissa Ginsberg Seraydarian ’91 Scott Seraydarian ’90

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01: G  eorge School presented Fiddler on the Roof on Friday, February 22 and Saturday, February 23, 2013 to a full house. Here, Jordan Valdepenas-Mellor, Drew Mirarchi, Kit Kripalani ’15, Brennan Kinnel ’14, Raphi Tayvah ’13, and Sam Balka ’16 perform “Tradition.” 02: George School presented The Quick-Change Room Friday, May 17 and Saturday, May 18, 2013. Here, Marya Stepanovna, the aging quick-change supervisor played by Katya Bentsa ’14, and Lena, the wardrobe assistant played by Asiya Fricke ’14, help Nikolai, a middle-aged actor played by Zaid Walter ’14, into his costume. Timofey, performed by Brandon Ratcliff ’16, looks on.


This 2012-2013 Annual Report includes donations made between August 1, 2012 and July 31, 2013. George School has tried to recognize all who have contributed so thoughtfully to the school. We apologize if we have inadvertently omitted or misspelled any name. Please advise us of any errors so that we may correct our records. Write to: Advancement Office, George School, PMB 4438, 1690 Newtown Langhorne Road, Newtown PA 18940, email to advancement@georgeschool.org, or call 215.579.6564.


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Advancement Office George School 1690 Newtown Langhorne Road PMB 4438 Newtown, PA 18940-2414

Parents of alumni: If this magazine is addressed to a son or daughter who no longer maintains a permanent address at your home, please email us at advancement@georgeschool.org with his or her new address. Members of the Class of 2013 celebrated their commencement on Sunday, May 26, 2013 at the William Penn Outdoor Auditorium.

CALEB SAVAGE ’11

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George School Annual Report 2012-2013  

The 2012-2013 Annual Report is filled with notable accomplishments of faculty, staff, and students from the 2012-2013 academic year.