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arvard provides one of the largest and most comprehensive athletic and recreation programs in the country. The support of alumni, family and friends enables our programs and community to thrive. Assistance comes in many forms, and there are a variety of ways to show your support and get involved in the Harvard Athletics community.

FRIENDS GROUPS Friends groups play an important role in sustaining a quality intercollegiate athletics program by providing funding for recruiting, out-of-region travel and a variety of needs specific to each team. Friends groups host events throughout the year that enable members to connect with alumni and current student-athletes.

HARVARD VARSITY CLUB (HVC) The Harvard Varsity Club, founded in 1886, has a mission to preserve the traditions, foster the ideals and advance the interests of Harvard Athletics. The Club publishes a monthly newsletter, hosts the annual Hall of Fame and Senior Letterwinners’ dinners, assists student-athletes with

Our alumni network enables our students to prepare for life after Harvard through our career panels and mentoring program. Alumni also help support our students by providing summer career opportunities and jobs after graduation.

For more information, contact the Harvard Varsity Club at (617) 495-3535 or



Harvard Athletics is the largest Division I program in the country with 41 teams and more than 1,000 student-athletes.

JUNIOR VARSITY TEAMS | Harvard is one of the few colleges or universities in the country to support a junior varsity program, offering freshmen and developing athletes an opportunity to compete at the collegiate level. CLUB SPORTS | Harvard supports 30 club sports with more than 900 participants, giving students the opportunity to manage and play both traditional and nontraditional sports and activities. INTRAMURALS | Harvard sponsors expansive house and freshman intramural programs for undergraduates with more than 3,000 students participating in more than 1,400 annual contests. RECREATION | Harvard offers recreational opportunities and programming for the well-being of the entire community at the Malkin Athletic Center, Hemenway Gym, Quadrangle Recreational & Athletic Center, Blodgett Pool, Beren Tennis Center, Murr Center, Bright Hockey Center, Weld Boathouse and the Sailing Center. Visit for more information!

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networking, supports the Friends groups and maintains Harvard’s lettersweater program.



Harvard Athletics greatly appreciates the generosity and leadership of Michael Murr ’73, MBA ’75 and Howard Keenan ’73, MBA ’75 for providing the support for the new Harvard Stadium scoreboard. This state-of-the-art scoreboard greatly enhances the fan experience and gameday environment in Harvard Stadium. The easy-to-read scoreboard includes a high-resolution video display designed to provide spectators with features such as graphics, in-game statistics and instant replay.

Through the generosity of Peter Palandjian ’87, MBA ’93, and the Lee Family (Doris S. & Theodore B. Lee ’54, Gregory T.H. Lee ’87 and Ernest T.H. Lee ’91), new locker rooms for the squash and tennis programs are now a reality. The unused space beneath the squash bleachers has been converted into locker rooms for recreational squash and tennis players, locker rooms for the men’s and women’s squash and tennis teams, and a shared team room for the student-athletes on those teams.



Thanks to Ernie Monrad ’51, the football locker room in Dillon Field House underwent a dramatic renovation during the summer. The renovation included the installation of 114 classic wood lockers, new carpet and a complete technological overhaul to provide cutting edge video capabilities that benefit both players and coaches. In addition, Monrad’s support has provided the funding for inspirational artwork and upgraded aesthetics, reinforcing Harvard football’s commitment to excellence.

C. Kevin Landry ’66 followed his recent gift to establish the Landry Family Head Coach for Harvard Women’s Ice Hockey with a generous contribution to fund a new scoreboard for the Bright Hockey Center. The scoreboard features a four-sided video display with features similar to those on the new Harvard Stadium video board. Landry’s overall commitment to Harvard Athletics will be evident to everyone who enjoys the new scoreboard’s enhancement of the gameday atmosphere at the Bright Hockey Center.



thletic Director’s Discretionary Endowment Funds are unrestricted gifts designed to allow for long-term flexibility to keep pace with new developments in the field of college athletics. Income from

these funds is incremental to the department’s normal budget. These endowment funds require a minimum contribution of $100,000, for which donors receive “class credit” in the Harvard College Fund.

ATHLETIC DIRECTOR’S DISCRETIONARY ENDOWMENT FUND DONORS Anonymous (7) Robert G. Anderson ’61 Louis J. Appell, Jr. ’47 James N. Bailey ’69, MBA ’72, JD ’73 & RoAnn Costin ’74 Robert G. Barrett ’66, MBA ’68 Charles W. Bott ’82 Joseph D. Carrabino, Jr. ’84 Peter Y. Chung ’89 John A. Cosentino, Jr. ’71

Richard D. Frisbie ’71, JD ’74 Gogel Family Michael S. Graff ’73 John H. Harvey Philip C. Haughey ’57 Brian P. Hehir ’75, MBA ’79 James Herscot ’58 Tory Kiam ’82 & Elena Hahn Kiam ’85 Mary E. & James J. Kozlowski ’78, MBA ’82

Doris S. & Theodore B. Lee ’54, Gregory T.H. Lee ’87 & Ernest T.H. Lee ’91 Charles M. Linehan ’92 William E. Markus ’60 Thomas M. Morrison ’88 David M. Otto ’81 Peter Palandjian ’87, MBA ’93 Jerry H. Pyle ’59 David J. Roux ’78, MBA ’84

Carmen J. Scarpa, Jr. ’86, MBA ’91 Fred Schernecker ’89 Alexander M. Seaver ’82 Richard W. Smith ’74 Craig R. Stapleton ’67, MBA ’70 Thomas G. Stemberg ’71, MBA ’73 Tebbe Family Alexander M. S. Vik ’78 Leighton B. Welch ’83, MBA ’89 Charles S. Whitman III ’64, LLB ’67

For more information, contact: Bob Scalise MBA ’90, Nichols Family Director of Athletics,, (617) 495-2204; Joe Donovan ’72, Director, Principal Gifts, University Development Office,, (617) 495-1998; or Bob Glatz ’88, Executive Director, Varsity Club,, (617) 495-3750

Endowed Athletic Department Positions


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n much the same way that an endowed chair supports a university professor, Harvard’s 11 endowed positions within the Department of Athletics help provide the financial support for the Crimson’s 41 varsity intercollegiate teams and free unrestricted funds to benefit the Department and the College as a whole. Ten of the endowed positions within the Department of Athletics are head coaching positions.The other endowment is earmarked for Harvard’s director of athletics.

THE NICHOLS FAMILY DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS John D. Nichols, Jr. ’53, MBA ’55 was profoundly influenced by Harvard’s commitment to academics and athletics — a commitment that, in his words, “gives a fundamental formula for life.” A former football captain, rugby player and freshman coach, he became reacquainted with Harvard Athletics through the positive experiences of his daughter, Kendra ’95, and son, John ’98, both former Crimson student-athletes. His 1996 gift reflects his commitment to the role that sports play in developing leadership skills during a student’s time at Harvard.

A baseball and football letterwinner as an undergraduate, Joseph O’Donnell ’67, MBA ’71 has remained an ardent supporter of Harvard athletics while leaving an indelible mark on the baseball program. His 1996 gift endowed the head coach position, while Harvard’s field, on which the Crimson has played for more than a century, was dedicated in his name in 1997.

THE ROBERT G. STONE, JR. FAMILY HEAD COACH FOR HARVARD MEN’S CREW Robert Stone ’45 is one of the foremost names in men’s crew history. A member of the Crimson’s 1947 world record-setting crew, Stone remained committed to Harvard until his passing in 2006. His son, R. Gregg Stone III ’75, JD ’79, also rowed for the Crimson heavyweights, while his daughter, Jennifer P. Stone ’80, MD ’86, rowed for Radcliffe’s heavyweights.

THE THOMAS STEPHENSON FAMILY HEAD COACH FOR HARVARD FOOTBALL The Stephenson family has been actively involved with Harvard Athletics for three generations and associated with the University for four. The family’s longstanding dedication to Harvard and its athletics programs led Thomas Stephenson ’64 to offer three significant gestures of generosity: the 1994 gift to establish the first endowed position in the Department of Athletics; the lead gift to the Women’s Athletic Challenge Fund which led to more than $15 million in contributions; and the lead gift for the 2006 Harvard Stadium Renovation. Reflecting the entire family’s commitment to Harvard, the name of the football head coach endowment lacks a middle initial in order to recognize the many years of involvement of Stephenson’s father, Thomas Stephenson ’37, AM ’38, as a member of the varsity basketball team and as the sports information director in the Department of Athletics. In addition, two of Stephenson’s daughters, Tenley ’91 and Anne ’98, played soccer and lacrosse, respectively, and his grandfather, Gilbert Thomas Stephenson, was a graduate of Harvard Law School.

THE ROBERT D. ZIFF ’88 HEAD COACH FOR HARVARD MEN’S ICE HOCKEY A longtime friend of Harvard Athletics, Robert Ziff ’88 has been a season-ticket holder since the team’s 1989 NCAA championship. An avid undergraduate skater with Dunster House, Ziff’s first major gift came in 1995 when he endowed the College’s intramural hockey program. His support of Crimson athletics continued in 1998 by endowing the men’s ice hockey head coach position.

THE LANDRY FAMILY HEAD COACH FOR HARVARD WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY Kevin Landry ’66, his wife, Barrie, and their daughters, Kimberly Gwinn Landry ’93 and Jennifer Landry Le ’99, celebrated their long-standing affiliation with Harvard ice hockey by endowing the women’s head coach position in April 2008. Kevin Landry’s gift to the women’s ice hockey program is the culmination of his family’s love affair with the game. An avid fan during his undergraduate years, he continued to follow Harvard ice hockey after graduating; and, years later, both of his daughters played for the Crimson, with Kimberly serving as a captain. Landry says, “This gift honors the long and great tradition of varsity sports at Harvard, and we hope that it will influence the lives of many generations of Harvard ice hockey’s talented athletes.” David Silverman Photography


Richard D. Frisbie ’71, JD ’74, an All-Ivy League midfielder who captained the men’s lacrosse team his senior year, endowed the head coach position in May 2008. Rick and his wife, Lisa, have been dedicated supporters of Harvard Athletics for many years, dating back to Rick’s undergraduate years when he was a three-year starter in lacrosse (1969–71) and football (1968–70) during an era when freshmen were not eligible to play on the varsity squads. Years later, the Frisbie’s daughter, Lizzy ’02, would continue the family tradition as a midfielder on the Crimson women’s lacrosse team. Frisbie hopes that his gift will influence the lives of many generations of Harvard lacrosse players, just as his life was influenced by his time in Cambridge.

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THE COSTIN FAMILY HEAD COACH FOR HARVARD WOMEN’S SWIMMING & DIVING RoAnn Costin ’74, an All-America swimmer and rower for the Crimson, established Harvard’s first women’s head coach endowment in April 2008. The gift is in memory of her mother, Rosemary Cole Costin, and in honor of her sister, Maura Costin Scalise ’80. Scalise, an All-America swimmer and former Harvard women’s swimming and diving head coach, guided her teams to four Eastern Championship and seven Ivy League Championship crowns during an illustrious 13-year career. For RoAnn Costin, her gift is a tribute to the people who influenced her life so profoundly. She states, “I am thrilled to be in a position to give back, and I encourage other women and men who have benefited from their Harvard experience to ensure that future generations have similar opportunities.”

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Longtime supporters of men’s soccer, Virginia and James Welch ’52 endowed the Crimson’s head coach position in 1997. The Welches’ support of Harvard goes beyond athletics, however, as the family has also endowed the James O. Welch and Virginia B. Welch Professor of Computer Science. In recognition of the family’s commitment, the Harvard men’s soccer team MVP award is named in its honor.

Scott Mead ’77, a lacrosse and squash letterwinner and tennis enthusiast, endowed the men’s head tennis coach position in September 2008. As a squash player, Mead excelled under the tutelage of Dave Fish ’72, at a time when Fish served as the head coach for both the squash and tennis programs. Scott recognizes that his athletic experience and mentoring by outstanding coaches taught him competitive and ethical values that have benefited him professionally and personally. In his post-Harvard years, Scott’s deep appreciation for tennis flourished, and he sees the sport as a vehicle to build community by encouraging participation at all levels of ability. By endowing the head coach position, he hopes to positively impact the lives of those touched by the game he loves.


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Dave Bunning’s ’88 endowment of the Harvard wrestling head coach position in October 2004 has had a profound impact, ensuring the ability to support outstanding coaches and athletes who pursue excellence and strive for national recognition. Wrestling has had a tremendous influence on Dave and his family, and his gift honors the long and great tradition of wrestling at Harvard. Dave is actively involved in the program on many levels, and his continued support has made a significant difference in the lives of many Harvard wrestlers.

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he financial support of alumni, parents and friends is essential to Harvard Athletics. On behalf of all Harvard studentathletes and coaches, I would especially like to thank everyone who donated $1,000 or more this past fiscal year to the Department of Athletics, a Friends group, the Harvard Varsity Club or a club sport program. Your generosity helps ensure the vitality of our programs and enables us to uphold the traditions and ideals of Harvard Athletics. —Bob Scalise, Nichols Family Director of Athletics

J. Dinsmore Adams, Jr. ’66 Carlton M. Akins ’62, MD ’66 Willie O. Alford II ’02 A. Clinton Allen ’67 Frank G. Allen, Jr. ’49, JD ’52 Anne S. & David W. Altchek P’07, P’09 Dorothea M. & Thomas A. Amanti P’08 David J. Ament ’96 Robert G. Anderson ’61 Joseph C. Antonellis ’76 Louis J. Appell, Jr. ’47 David B. Arnold, Jr. ’44, MBA ’47 Theodore H. Ashford III ’86 Joseph K. Azelby, Jr. ’84 RoAnn Costin ’74 & James N. Bailey ’69, MBA ’72, JD ’73 K. Thomas Bailey ’90, MBA ’95 Charles D. Baker ’79 G. R. Baker Chae S. & Mark W. Balmert P’09 Timothy R. Barakett ’87, MBA ’93 Andrew R. Barnard ’89 Robert G. Barrett ’66, MBA ’68 Brian R. Barringer ’88, MBA ’94 Paul A. Barringer ’65 Scott B. Barringer ’91 Samuel C. Barrington ’82 Peter A. Barzdines ’74 Michael H. Bassett ’64 Bruce A. Beal, Jr. ’93 John D. Bennett ’75 Mark Benning ’87 Robert M. Beren ’47, MBA ’50 Adam E. Beren ’83 Ellen F. Berkmann ’86 Alan D. Bersin ’68 Dan A. Blakinger ’74 Leslie K. & Frederick W. Bode P’09 Anna Bogdanow ’79 Jane M. Garnett & David G. Booth P’07 Charles W. Bott ’82 Johanna N. Boynton ’88 Julia Trotman Brady ’89, MBA ’97 Nicholas N. Branca ’90, MBA ’94 Camille W. & William S. Broadbent, Sr. P’06 William S. Broadbent ’06 Spencer M. Brog ’84 Robert M. Broggi ’94 Peter A. Brooke ’52, MBA ’54

Robert T. Brooks ’68, MBA ’73 Stephen H. Brooks ’70 Jeffrey D. Brown ’79, MBA ’83 James A. Buechler MBA ’89 David G. Bunning ’88 Adeline S. & Kieran E. Burke JD ’82 Suzanne Tapson ’88, MBA ’94 & Gordon M. Burnes ’88 Christopher J. Burns ’68 Marshall S. Burroughs ’94 Daniel Bushnell Richard E. Byrd III ’71 Edmund B. Cabot ’65, MD ’72 James L. Callinan ’82, MBA ’87 Ronald Cami ’89 John P. Campbell ’46 Patrice A. & Vito A. Cannavo P’10 Mary E. Duffy Cannon ’97, MBA ’02 Jared M. Cantanucci ’02 Gerald J. Cardinale, Jr. ’89 Gregory B. Carey ’83 Joseph D. Carrabino, Jr. ’84 Jason E. Carroll ’00 Richard M. Cashin, Jr. ’75 Harry J. Cebron, Jr. ’68 Lawrence G. Cetrulo ’71, EDM ’72 Andrea Okamura ’76 & Jeffrey T. Chambers ’76 David J. Chao ’86 William P. Chen ’06 Donald J. Chiofaro ’68, MBA ’72 Carl H. Christensen MBA ’76 Irene & Alexander F. Chu MAU ’73 Peter Y. Chung ’89 Richard S. Chute ’60 Anthony B. Cimmarrusti ’81, MBA ’86 Raymond S. Clark ’36 (dec.) John K. Clarke ’75 Richard J. Clasby ’54 Lavinia D. & Landon T. Clay ’50 William J. Cleary III ’85 Robert B. Cleary ’58 Roger L. Clifton ’57, MBA ’62 Claire Goodman Cloud ’79, MBA ’85 John B. Coan ’88 John F. Cogan, Jr. ’49, JD ’52 Keith W. Colburn ’70

Jacqueline A. & William J. Colgan P’08 William P. Collatos ’76 F. M. Gifford Combs ’80 Cynthia S. & John J. Connolly III P’09 Brian D. Connolly ’92 Paul F. Connors, Jr. ’81 Anthony M. Consigli ’89 Keith W. Cooper ’83, MBA ’88 John E. Corcoran, Jr. ’79, MCR ’82 John A. Cosentino, Jr. ’71 Owen R. Cote, Jr. ’82 James A. Cotter, Jr. ’61 Anya M. Cowan ’00 Patrick P. Coyne II ’85 Paul J. Crowley ’53 Peter J. Crowley ’81 Hilary S. Cruz-Abrams ’97 J. Oliver Cunningham ’42 Natasha R. Cupp ’98 Edward E. Curiel ’84 Keith L. Cynar ’00 Celia H. & Carl J. Dahlman P’07 Michael J. Daum ’93 Judith N. & Kim G. Davis P’09 Kristina Perkin Davison ’89 John C. De Piero ALM ’82 Peggy & Ronald J. Del Mauro P’11 Jane C. & Walter V. Demers III P’09 Dustin J. DeNunzio ’98 Cynthia L & Peter V. DeNunzio P’98, P’08 Nicole J. Desharnais ’94 Charles W. Detjen ’50 Daniel A. Dias ’99 Verdi J. DiSesa ’72 Yannis Doganis Robin Boss Dorman ’87 & Bradley P. Dorman ’84 Stuart C. Dorman II ’99 Jeanne F. Downs ’84 & Benjamin T. Downs ’84 Philip M. Du Bois ’53 Robert J. Duffy ’87 Andrew G. Dunn MPP ’05 Karlo J. Duvnjak ’80, MBA ’85 Mary D. & George Eadington P’10 Kara K. Edgar ’01 Charles J. Egan, Jr. ’54 Christopher J. Eitzmann ’99

Henry E. Erhard ’46 Kevin Fagan ’93 Philip A. Falcone ’84 Scott Farden ’88 Edward D. Farley ’92 Patricia C. & Jeffrey L. Farni, Sr. P’10 S. Warren Farrell, Jr. ’57 Donald N. Fawcett ’89 Michael J. Ferrucci ’98 John W. Filoon, Jr. ’59 Paul J. Finnegan ’75, MBA ’82 Richard S. Fischer ’59, JD ’63 John H. N. Fisher ’81, MBA ’91 Edward S. Fitzgibbons ’44 Peter D. Fitzsimmons ’79 Paul John Flory, Jr. ’67 Donald Forte ’43 John H. Forte ’46 Robert R. Foster ’59, MD ’63 Bruce M. Freeman ’71 Andrew M. Fried ’02 Joshua S. Friedman ’76, MBA ’80, JD ’82 Richard D. Frisbie ’71, JD ’74 S. Ladd Fritz, Jr. ’04 Gary R. Froid ’59 John N. Fulham III ’71 Ruthanne S. Fuller MBA ’83 Philip C. Furse ’93 Kristin B. Fusco ’89 & Mark E. Fusco ’83, MBA ’90 Scott M. Fusco ’85 Paul J. Gaffney ’88 James F. Gallagher, Jr. ’45 Kristopher Galletta ’99 Jeff M. Garrity ’75 Jerold T. Garvey ’86 Kelly A. Gately ’83 Victor E. Gatto, Jr. ’69, EDM ’71, EDD ’87 Steven A. Gerstung ’96 Deborah K. & Michael C. Giammanco P’09 Thomas T. Giardi ’98 Neil F. Gilman ’77 Fred L. Glimp ’50, PhD ’64 Donald J. Gogel ’71, JD ’76 Daniel A. Gold ’89 Deborah A. Goldfine ’85 Robert A. Goodin ’68 Paul S. Goodof ’71, MBA ’79 Ellen R. & Melvin J. Gordon ’41, MBA ’43

Kimberly A. Gould ’05 Michael S. Graff ’73 Amber Lohman & James C. Gray P’10 Bruns H. Grayson ’74 Walter F. Greeley ’53, LLB ’60 Corey A. Griffin ’84, MBA ’93 Robert E. Griffith ’89 Margaret L. Griner Richard H. Grogan, Jr. ’75, MBA ’79 Gordon Gund ’61 Todd W. Gutschow ’83 Suzanne L. Guy ’02 Kimberly H. Gwinn Landry ’93, EDM ’01 G. Houston Hall ’82 William M. Haney III ’84 John C. Hansen, Jr. ’81, MBA ’85 John W. Hardin III Ian J. Hardington ’96 Geoffrey L. Hargadon ’76 Rode Ulrika & Johan G. Harmenberg P’10 Allan C. Harrington ’79 Alex P. Hart ’85 Christopher Harvey ’84 John H. Harvey Gasser M. Hathout ’84 Philip C. Haughey, Jr. ’84, MBA ’94 Margaret M. & Philip C. Haughey ’57 Nancy P. & Tim L. Haviland P’08 R. Dixon Hayes ’71 Patrick J. Healy ’89, MBA ’94 Brian P. Hehir ’75, MBA ’79 Steven M. Heller ’76, JD ’80 Nancy C. Hench P’00 James Herscot ’58 Charles C. Hewitt III ’71 Tracey F. & Curtis W. Hicks P’06 Robert F. Higgins ’68, MBA ’70 Jerome L. Hines ’74 Charles Hirschler ’76 Albert F. Hofeld ’58 Michael F. Holland ’66 Erich A. Horsley ’94, MBA ’02 Marc Anthony Hourihan ’93 William J. Hozack ’77 Sarah B. Hrdy ’68, PhD ’75 & Daniel B. Hrdy ’71, AM ’72, MD ’76, PhD ’84 Eion Hu ’97, MBA ’03 Justin P. Hughes ’67

Dianne P. Hurley ’84 Peter W. Hursh ’74 William C. Hurtt III ’94 Glenn H. Hutchins ’77, JD ’83, MBA ’83 Anne Hutchinson Anne R. & John U. Ingard ’75, MD ’79, SM ’01 Andrew E. Janfaza ’88, MBA ’94 Debra S. & A. Dale Jenkins P’08 Philip W. Jonckheer ’74 Gerald R. Jordan, Jr. ’61, MBA ’67 Thomas M. Joyce ’77 Robert E. Joyce ’87 Deborah C. & John G. Kabasakalis P’11 Isaiah J. Kacyvenski ’00 Douglas B. Kamerow ’72 Virginia M. & John A. Kaneb ’56 Jason R. Karmanos ’96 Emily S. Keenan Pamela Carmichael Keenan ’73 & W. Howard Keenan, Jr. ’73, MBA ’75 Catherine C. Kelley ’94 Susan T. Kelly ’87 Curtis R. Kemeny MBA ’89 Philip S. Kemp, Jr. ’77 Trisha Perez Kennealy ’92, MBA ’97 Harold J. Keohane ’60, LLB ’64 Jamin F. Kerner ’00 Pamela A. Cooke & Kenneth R. Kerper P’08 Stacie Kerrigan ’81 Elena Hahn Kiam ’85 & Tory Kiam III ’82 Judith A. Malone & Stephen W. Kidder ’74 Saechin Kim MD ’94 Douglas M. Kinney ’52, MBA ’56 James R. Kirby Paul G. Kirk, Jr. ’60, LLB ’64 Daniel E. Kleinman ’66 Eric M. Klotch ’02 Milagros S. Neuman & Pedro Koe-Krompecher P’05 Clint W. Kollar ’00 Milan Kosanovich III ’92 Sean M. Koscho ’92 Mary E. & James J. Kozlowski ’78, MBA ’82 Robert S. Kramer ’79 Carla J. & John D. Lafayette III P’10 Joel R. Landau ’59, MBA ’62 Jennifer B. Landry Le ’99 C. Kevin Landry ’66 Elizabeth Adams Lasser ’82 Sarah C. Leary ’92, MBA ’98 S. Robert Leavitt ’86 John A. Lechner IV ’80 Doris S. & Theodore B. Lee ’54 Ernest T. H. Lee ’87 Gregory T. H. Lee ’87 Adrienne S. Leight ’00 Nicholas S. Lenicheck ’02 Gordon T. Levering, Jr. ’93 Arthur D. Levin ’54, MBA ’60 Charles M. Linehan ’92 Andrew S. Lombara ’92

Caleb Loring, Jr. ’43, LLB ’48 Philip H. Lovett ’83, MBA ’87 Andrew K. Ludwick ’67, MBA ’69 Rufus W. Lumry III ’69, MBA ’74 Marie T. & Stephen E. Macadam P’11 B. Lane MacDonald ’88 Susan T. Mahan ’91, MPH ’07 Andrea L. Mainelli ’85, MBA ’90 Gina A Majmudar ’97 Isabel & Peter L. Malkin ’55, JD ’58 Laura & Scott D. Malkin ’80, MBA ’83, JD ’83 Stephen R. Malley ’00 Thomas W. Mannix ’81 William E. Markus ’60 John P. Marshall ’91 Bayley F. Mason ’51, MPA ’89 Ashley J. Mattison ’01 Kevin M. McCafferty ’76 Margaret M. & Michael G. McCaffery P’06 Thomas F. McConnell ’89 James E. McGrath ’77, MBA ’81 Brian J. McGuinn ’67, MBA ’74 Sara M. McKinley ’03, MBA ’07 Thomas G. McKinley ’74 Bruce F. McKinnon ’78, MBA ’82 Linda H. & P. Andrews McLane P’07 Hollis S. McLoughlin ’72 Brendan A. Meagher ’83 Daniel O. Mee ’81, MBA ’90 Sanjeev K. Mehra ’82, MBA ’86 Amy J. & Alan L. Meltzer P’06 Eliot P.S. Merrill ’93 Alexandros P. Michas ’80, MBA ’84 Stuart A. Miller ’79 Peter K. Miller ’66 Alexander M. Milley ’74 Mary C & Steven R. Mills P’11 Lindsay C. Minkus ’98 Jennifer Lynne Minkus-Bye ’92 Barbara S. & Frederick L. Mitchell ’74 R. John Mitchell ’67 Ronald P. Mitchell ’92, MBA ’97 Jamie H. Moffitt ’91, JD ’96 Bruce H. Monrad ’84, MBA ’89 Ernest E. Monrad ’51 Catherine L. & Timothy J. Morris P’11 Thomas M. Morrison ’88 Shelby Calvert Morss ’83, MBA ’87 Frederick S. Moseley IV ’75 Deborah W. Moses Kenneth A. Moskow ’83, MPA ’91 Jeremiah P. Murphy, Jr. ’73, MBA ’77 Elaine B. Murphy ’95 John A. Murphy ’90, MBA ’94 Eva G. Pradal-Murr ’73, AM ’77 & Michael C. Murr ’73, MBA ’75 Terrence Murray ’62 Thomas Murray ’81 Benjamin R. Neilson ’60, LLB ’63 Glen D. Nelson ’59

Eric J. Nelson ’92 Denise S. & Victor J. Nesi P’11 J. Louis Newell ’57 Susan Milliken Newell ’84 John D. Nichols, Jr. ’53, MBA ’55 J. Christopher Nielsen ’71, MBA ’81 E. Mark Noonan ’74, MBA ’80 A. Laurence Norton, Jr. ’61 Elizabeth B. & Christian L. Oberbeck P ’11 John F. O’Brien, Jr. ’65, MBA ’68 Eric S. O’Brien ’94 David B. O’Connor MPA ’86 Joseph J. O’Donnell ’67, MBA ’71 Pamela S. Offsay & Gary G. O’Hagan P’08 Cindy A. & David M. Okuji P’10 Paul F. Oldfield ’69 Thomas M. O’Neill ’73 David M. Otto ’81 James R. Owen ’74 Terrell W. Oxford ’69 Peter Palandjian ’87, MBA ’93 Arthur M. Pappas ’53 Michael P. Pascucci ’85 Mandy B. & Jeffery K. Peeler P’10 Jennifer White Pennoyer ’89 Frederick A. Pereira ’64 Georges Peter ’59, MD ’64 James A. Phills, Jr. ’83, AM ’83, PhD ’94 Christopher J. Picotte ’92 Daniel Pierce ’56 Christopher Pillsbury ’93 Robert P. Pinkas ’75, AM ’76 William R. Pledger P’10 Ann T. & John T. Porter P’06 Scott F. Powers ’82 Harold I. Pratt ’59, LLB ’63 Frank C. Prezioso ’81 Hope S. N. Prockop ’90 Elizabeth M. Proudfit ’96 Jeffrey A. Psaki ’00 Dean E. Putterman ’84 Jerry H. Pyle ’59 Alfredo S. Quintero ’83 Wesley Raffel ’77 Jerome L. Rappaport Jr. ’79, MCR ’81 John P. Reardon, Jr. ’60 James C. Reddinger ’93 John S. Reidy ’61 Kaari M. Reierson ’90 Lars A. Reierson ’87, AM ’87 Cheryl K. & John D. Rhodes P’09 E. Bradley Richardson ’53 Lisa A. & Hobart K. Richey P’10 William L. Richter ’64, MBA ’66 Stephanie Hart & James M. Rippe ’69 Anita Rival-Rosenberg ’85 Jonathan C. Roberts P’09 John R. Robinson ’58 Rowland P. Robinson VIII ’89 Pamela J. & Peter R. Rosekrans P’11 Kenneth R. Rossano ’56 Antonio Rossmann ’63, JD ’71

Claire Stuart Roth ’74 Dwight J. Rouse ’84 David J. Roux ’78, MBA ’84 Bonnie J. & Paul E. Rowsey P’10 Stephanie Faro Ruperto ’90 & Frank A. Ruperto ’88 Pam Stone Ryan ’82 & Michael Ryan ’81 Donald A. Sadoski ’68 Cheryl A. Sadow ’95 Geoffrey W. Sager P’09 Jonathan M. Sandler ’86, MBA ’91 Charles S. Sandor ’80 Robert B. Santos ’93 Elizabeth L. Sarles ’01 James J. Savage ’79 Maura Costin Scalise ’80 Carmen J. Scarpa, Jr. ’86, MBA ’91 Keith M. Schappert ’73 David R. Scherer ’93 Fred Schernecker ’89 Lynn M. & Frederick P. Schultz P’09 Alison L. Seanor ’98 Alexander M. Seaver ’82 Robert T. Shaunessy ’59 W. Thomas Shea ’77 Robert F. Sherlock ’84 Natalia C. Shore-Mandor P’09 Michael C. Shreve ’99 Elizabeth A. Monrad & Eric L. Shuman P’10 Thomas J. Sikorski, Jr. ’83 Daniel A. Simkowitz ’87 Hardwick Simmons ’62, MBA ’66 John A. Simourian ’57, MBA ’61 Colby B. Skelton ’98 Theodore E. Skowronski ’69 Matthew J. Sliwa ’91 James S. Smith, Jr. ’90 Peter P. Smith ’78 Richard W. Smith ’74 Kathleen S. & William K. Smith P’11 Louise H. & George B. Snyder P’03, P’10 Eric A. Spiegel ’80 Judson B. St. John ’80 Teresa M. & Demetrios J. Stamatis P’09 Craig R. Stapleton ’67, MBA ’70 Richard M. Starr ’73 Joseph G. Steffa ’03 Thomas G. Stemberg ’71, MBA ’73 Charles N. Stephens P’11 Thomas F. Stephenson ’64, MBA ’66 Richard J. Sterne ’68 Howard H. Stevenson MBA ’65 Martha Stokes P’11 Janis H. Stoklosa PhD ’76 Chester E. Stone R. Gregg Stone III ’75, JD ’79 Kevin R. Stone ’77 Peter M. Stovell ’93 James M. Strathmeyer, Jr. ’76 Emie N. & Mark B. Stringfellow P’98

Peter M. Strothman ’99 Harborne W. Stuart, Jr. ’78, SM ’88, PhD ’92 Peter Summers ’56, MBA ’58 James C. Swank ’69, JD ’74 James R. Swartz ’64 Michael S. Tauckus ’92 Graham R. Taylor, Jr. ’49 Daphne Bien Tebbe ’88 & Greg Wright Tebbe ’85 Terri A. Teller ’99, EDM ’05 Edward C. Thayer ’51, MBA ’56 Susannah L. Thayer ’95 Thomas A. James ’64, MBA ’66 Donald J. Thompson Robert T. Thompson ’76 William F. Thompson ’50, MBA ’52 Wayne D. Thornbrough ’66, MBA ’68 Geneva S. Thorndike ’86 John Lowell Thorndike ’49 James R. Tobin, Jr. ’66, MBA ’68 John M. Toomey, Jr. ’94, MBA ’01 Cecile Ulbrich Tucker ’91 Julia F. Veghte ’90 Alexander M. S. Vik ’78 David P. Wagener ’76 Daniel R. Waldman ’77 Fraser MacFarland Walsh ’67, AM ’68, PhD ’71 Daniel L. Watson ’85 Lindsay B. Watson P’09 Cynthia Austrian Weber ’88, MBA ’93 John J. Weeks ’75 Susan F. & Alan S. Weingarden P’08 Paul M. Weissman ’52 Christopher W. Welch ’88 Virginia B. & James O. Welch, Jr. ’52 Leighton B. Welch ’83, MBA ’89 Isabella M. Weld Trust John S. Welsh ’59 Edward E. Wendell, Jr. ’62 James G. Wheeler ’46, LLB ’51 Sumner W. White IV ’77 Charles S. Whitman III ’64, LLB ’67 Jeffrey P. Wiegand ’76 Bruce Wiegand ’69 David B. Wilkins ’77, JD ’80 Daniel P. Williams ’75 Andrew S. Williamson ’94 Eva M. Romas Wilson ’93 Harry J. Wilson ’93, MBA ’99 Thomas P. Winn ’77 Inson Wood MAR ’93 Priscilla J. & Yu-Sheng Wu P’05, P’06, P’11 John H. Wylde ’60 Donald W. Young ’96 Michael J. Zimmerman ’92 Richard S. Zimmerman, Jr. ’68, MBA ’70 Lorraine S. & Douglas J. Zollo P’11

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