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Gonzaga University Report of the President 2012-13 & Donor Recognition

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PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE

Gonzaga’s 125th Anniversary in 2012-13 surprised and inspired us. This year-long collection of events originated as an important opportunity to reflect on Gonzaga’s many wonderful traditions and to marvel at its ongoing transformation. And so we honored our Jesuit and Native American Indian roots, as well as the intertwined history and growth of the University and the little hamlet by the river, once known as “Spokan Falls.” Almost as soon as the year had begun, we honored our heritage with two significant events: the annual Pilgrimage to the Mission of the Sacred Heart at Cataldo, Idaho, and the Historic First Day of Classes – celebrated precisely 125 years to the day that Gonzaga began Thayne M. McCulloh, President

to educate students. The “Zagapalooza” All-Class Alumni Reunion brought thousands of Zags back to campus in October, honoring the University with their affection and high regard, and giving us a chance to do the same. Throughout the festivities we shared stories of a University that is so clearly on the rise, an institution committed to its faith, its intellectual mission, and the critical work of transforming men and women for leadership and service. Gonzaga has created a national presence that is due to our intentionality and vision, and we continue to build on three core elements: our academic excellence; our emphasis on a community of care, concern, and responsibility;

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No. 1 in the Peace Corps, No. 1 in basketball: Gonzaga has created

and our network of alumni and friends – encompassing far-reaching resources that nurture our students on their path into today’s complex world. During this historic year, Gonzaga called upon world-class perspectives for our students – welcoming Archbishop Desmond Tutu as the 2012 Commencement speaker; three-time Pulitzer Prize winner Thomas Friedman; Sir Ken Robinson, renowned futurist

a national presence that is due to

and creativity guru; and in April, Jane Goodall, the world-famous

our intentionality and vision.

primatologist, to round out our Presidential Speaker series.


“ When the heart is touched by direct experience, the mind may be challenged to change.” Father Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, Superior General of the Society of Jesus 1983-2008

Midway through the year, as 10,000 Zags celebrated our first National Gonzaga Day, we turned to consider this University’s capacity to establish a strategic future. On National Gonzaga Day, I shared our vision for a new University Center – a portal to the world, a game-changing facility, designed to nurture an integrated education that encompasses learning in and outside the classroom. In a move pointing to our future, the placement of the Center for Global Engagement at the heart of this new Center locates the hub of international education at our very core. In April, the Board of Trustees approved construction, which begins in Fall 2013. The University recognized in July 2013 the largest single gift in Gonzaga’s history – $25 million – given by longtime friend, supporter and Trustee John Hemmingson. It is a gift we receive with profound gratitude. Such generosity augurs well for Gonzaga’s hope that a spirit of philanthropy will make possible this all-important facility, allowing the University to move forward without further financial encumbrance. Amid the good news, we recognize that a great deal remains at stake: foremost, an imperative that Gonzaga ascend to a new level of excellence in national and international Jesuit education. Our Catholic foundation supports a community filled with a genuine commitment to advancing knowledge in the service of faith and the culture. At a time when economic disruption and changes in public attitudes have placed many universities under duress, Gonzaga has positioned itself in a stance of opportunity: We continue to attract highly impressive students, both undergraduate and graduate; we continue to explore opportunities for development of new, competitive programs; and we continue to search for and hire brilliant faculty and staff. As we look to the coming year, we will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Gonzaga-in-Florence. Firenze represents the foundational experience of cultural and spiritual exploration that has transformed more than 6,000 lives. We are deepening our network of international university partners, affording every opportunity to students. Finally, as is fitting today, our faculty is working to imbue international perspectives and sensitivity to global issues across the curriculum. All of these components allow us to claim a place at the forefront of higher education today, and will continue to enable us to become a beacon to other universities that hope to offer an integrated educational experience. With your help and generosity, we are reaching toward the next level of excellence – and we are grateful. Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam.


Lauren Joplin (’14), computer science and math major, worked with Assistant Professor Shawn Bowers of Gonzaga’s Department of Computer Science, developing tools to allow scientists to more easily discover and combine large quantities of observational data. Real-world learning, beyond the classroom.


2012-13 YEAR IN REVIEW

One (& only) Gonzaga is the only private regional university in the West named to a new operating-efficiency list published by U.S. News & World Report, featuring schools that produce the highest educational quality for a relatively low price per student.

85 students, one award: The KEEN Living and Learning Community in

Goller Hall opened in September 2012 with 85 engineering and computer science students in residence. The Kern Foundation gave Gonzaga an Outstanding Award for the program, which offers entrepreneurially– oriented tutoring, speakers and dinners as well as other communitybuilding support. In May, Gonzaga received

$1.2million from the Howard Hughes

Medical Institute, its second grant from the biomedical- and scienceoriented philanthropy. Four years in duration, the grant strengthens Gonzaga’s sciences. Freshmen learn through conducting their own research; and science majors deepen their understanding by teaching K-6 students. Engineering students took the

top two awards in the September

2012 Innovation Chase Competition in Chicago – and then hosted the next competition in April 2013. The Innovation Chase tests teams on projects involving engineering, entrepreneurship and design. U.S. News & World Report ranked Gonzaga’s graduate accounting program the

14th best specialty accounting program nationwide.

Ninety percent of graduates find employment within six months.

Gonzaga’s School of Engineering and Applied Science rose 10 spots to become the 17th best undergraduate engineering program in the nation.


Led by the Guy and Madeline Ossello family, 12 donors came together to create the gracious new Gonzaga Grotto, located between College Hall and St. Al’s Church. Dedication of the Grotto occurred in October 2012, during Gonzaga’s 125th Anniversary all-class reunion.


2012-13 YEAR IN REVIEW

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The 125th Anniversary’s Pilgrimage drew a record 328 students, faculty, staff and friends of the University for the 11-mile walk to the historic Mission of the Sacred Heart at Cataldo, Idaho. A record-breaking number of students –

2,020

total –

participated last year in University Ministry programming, worship and retreats. A new retreat held in February focused solely on men and men’s spirituality. The Pursuit of Justice Conference in April attracted internationally and nationally recognized speakers. The project emerged from a collaboration between Gonzaga School of Law, the Gonzaga

140 Gonzaga’s Trustees signed a rewritten

Institute of Hate Studies, and the Washington State Task Force on Race and the Criminal Justice System. The three-day conference marked the

15th anniversary of the Institute for Hate Studies.

Gonzaga was selected to host the international Opus Prize, a leading faith-based, humanitarian award, in October

Mission Statement in Febrauary 2013.

2014.

While the roots of the mission remain

Gonzaga’s Center for Teaching and Advising, with visiting scholar

unchanged, the new version of the

Pat Hutchings, launched the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

statement is 140 words, down from

12 faculty to investigate their own teaching

654 words. GU’s first formal mission

Initiative, allowing

statement was enacted in 1979.

and their students’ learning as research projects.


THE JOHN J. HEMMINGSON UNIVERSITY CENTER

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Planning for one of the most significant buildings in Gonzaga’s history became an integral part of our work in 2012-13. Multiple activities will draw students into the John J. Hemmingson University

56° The Hemmingson’s advanced heating and cooling system will utilize the

Center’s four levels and 167,000-plus square feet: Exploring faith at University Ministry, and international conversations in the Center for Global Engagement. Finding services for veterans and non-traditional students. Seeking out the new Terry Payne Center for Experiential Leadership. Serving others through the Center for Community Action and Service-Learning. Building friendships and breaking bread at several dining options. Learning from the building’s sustainable

Spokane Valley Rathdrum Prairie

ecology. In short, this globally-oriented portal will create a Gonzaga

Aquifer – 56 degrees, year-round –

experience for the 21st century.

as a renewable resource.

Vision: The Hemmingson will transform delivery of a contemporary, rigorous and relevant Jesuit education. As students discover and take advantage of the offerings found in this campus hub, they will come to understand that these are all elements to incorporate into their life journeys. Gonzaga provides such holistic development for its students.


Working in Washington, D.C., thanks to a federal engineering scholarship. Creating a Faith and Justice Retreat. Planting an orchard in an African village. Just a few ways Katherine DeGreef (’13) integrates academics, faith and justice.


FOLEY CENTER LIBRARY REDESIGN

1,352 On average, 1,352 students each day during 2012-13 used resources at the Foley Center Library including databases, e-books, full text periodical articles delivered to your computer or smart phone. Those are just the digital resources. Add 363,213 hard-copy books, DVDs, microfiche, also interactions with librarians and staff through inperson reference queries, online chat or texting – and students enjoy unlimited ways to gather, analyze and present information. Now, reimagine Foley. Ever-changing technology will afford new possibilities for collaborating on research. While well-written papers will always be important, digital tools will encourage students to express their ideas in videos, web sites and the latest in digital media. This enriched, dynamic environment provides a perfect setting for experiential learning and the discovery of knowledge across disciplinary lines.

Vision: The Foley Center Library will provide a hybrid collection of the best resources, whether print or electronic, and will offer the space, services and digital tools that enable students to create new scholarship.


GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT

“Students must let the gritty reality of this world into their lives.� Father Kolvenbach, S.J.

Global engagement is a two-way street. As we send our students into the world, we must help them perceive the changes in their own sense of self, just as the institution itself is transformed by ongoing engagement with the world. In the 2012-13 academic year nearly 400 international students came to campus, and over 640 Gonzaga students studied abroad. With over 6,100 alumni, Gonzagain-Florence, Gonzaga’s flagship study-abroad program, will celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2013-14.

Vision: Global engagement connects academic learning and lived experience, building a critical perspective for students to engage people and the world around them in mutually transformative exchanges.

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Within the next five years Gonzaga will be recognized as a leader in comprehensive internationalization.


GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT

Zambian lecturers Lewis Chulu, left, Peggy Chilema, right, along with 23 colleagues from the Charles Lwanga College of Education spent two weeks this summer on Gonzaga’s campus in a customized master’s program. Completion of this two-year graduate study will give the faculty of this Jesuit institution in Zambia the ability to teach with modern methods and to award fouryear degrees. It’s a great example of the kind of faith-based, international, higher-education collaboration at which Gonzaga excels.


Study abroad locations

Countries students come from

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In 2012-13, students chose among 29 study-abroad programs, including faculty-led summer programs as well as semester exchanges and partnerships with top-ranked institutions around the world. Destinations ranged from Italy and Zambia to China, South America and elsewhere. Exchanges, as well as focused recruitment, will bring more international students and scholars to campus.

Vision: The Center for Global Engagement will deepen our international

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At Gonzaga, on average 42.6 percent of each graduating class studies abroad. The national average is just 1.4 percent. GU ranked among the top 15 master’s

networks and outreach, while expanding the opportunities for faculty

institutions sending students

and students to collaborate using technology blended with direct, in-

abroad to study for 2011-12.*

person collaboration to enhance the global competence of students,

* 2013 Open Doors: Report on International Educational Exchange, Institute of International Education, New York.

faculty and administration at Gonzaga.


STUDENTS AND FACULTY

4,626 4,626 undergraduate students received scholarship aid from Gonzaga

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Increasing the number of endowed professorships from 16 to 60 will help attract and retain brilliant and

in 2012-13. Total Gonzaga aid for the year surpassed $73 million. Yet a significant need for greater scholarship funding remains. The need stems from a still-lagging economy, federal and state cuts, and rising costs of higher education. Nearly 20 percent of GU students received Pell grants. Of those, 316 students are from families who can afford no tuition at all.

Vision: Gonzaga’s endowment totaled $173 million in 2012-13. A growing endowment creates a steadying force. It allows the University to provide more deserving students an exemplary Jesuit education with

caring faculty. They improve the

a vibrant range of experiential learning. That’s a signature piece of the

value of a Gonzaga education.

Gonzaga experience.


Economics major Kate Catlin (’13) needed more than $100,000 in scholarship funding. Her accomplishments so far? She became a Rhodes scholar finalist. Two-time U.N. Climate Conference veteran. Member of Venture for America.


The top student in their department? Gonzaga chemistry faculty agreed on one choice: Matthew J. Smith (’13). Next up for this Fulbright and Hertz Fellowship candidate — a doctorate from UC-Berkeley.


THE SCIENCES

8:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. The sciences at Gonzaga are taught through inquiry and research. This approach works. The demand in science majors has surged in recent years; our 2012-13 figures show 662 science majors. Step into Hughes Hall any time. Early in the morning or late at night, students not only occupy laboratories, but fill them to capacity. Our short-term need? $1 million to expand lab space.

Vision: However, the long-term answer to this demand includes building a new

47% Majors in science, technology, engineering and math -- the so-

interdisciplinary sciences center. Facilities are, of course, just one part of

called STEM disciplines -- along

the equation. What makes Gonzaga so distinctive is our commitment to

with health science majors in

framing education as a transformative life journey. This is of the highest priority in our newly launched School of Nursing and Human Physiology – and all across campus.

nursing and human physiology, accounted for 47 percent of the incoming undergraduate students in fall 2012.


ATHLETICS

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Ascending to No. 1 on the hardwood. Winning a conference championship on the diamond. Making postseason history on the links and in the water. Gonzaga athletics enjoyed unprecedented success in 201213. Now imagine the things our student-athletes could achieve with full financial support. Gonzaga is 48.4 scholarships short of the 149.2 allowed by the NCAA for the Division I sports in which GU participates. Closing this gap will put our athletic programs at a competitive advantage within the West Coast Conference and nationally.

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Vision:

Gonzaga’s Academic Progress Report

The growth and future success of Gonzaga student-athletes, on

West Coast Conference schools and

and off the field of play, depends largely on a firm foundation of endowed scholarships. Investing in this pillar helps our studentathletes become leaders on the field, in the classroom and in life.

score, 992, ranked highest among 10 points higher than the average in 2012-13. Six GU teams earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards for exceptional academic performance.


Record-breaker. History-maker. First-round draft pick by St. Louis. All-American, on the baseball field and in the classroom. The quintessential Gonzaga studentathlete. This is Marco Gonzales.


FINANCIAL & STATISTICAL HIGHLIGHTS AS OF MAY 31, ALL IN MILLIONS

OPERATING REVENUES

ENDOWMENT VALUE

Tuition & Fees 79.8%

$200 m

$15 0.5 $ 15 0 m

$17 3. 3

$14 8. 3

2012-2013

$264.3

$12 2.9

$50 m

Government Grants 0.7%

$ 5 0.6

Organized Activities 1.3%

0

Auxiliary Enterprises 9.5%

Unrestricted Contributions 1.5% Other Sources 2.3%

$10 8.7

$ 10 0 m

$112.1

19 9 5

2 0 0 0

2005

2 010 2 011 2 012

2 013

Net Assets Released from Restriction 4.8% Endowment value includes all endowment assets, regardless of restriction.

Unrestricted gross operating revenues.

OPERATING EXPENSES

NET ASSETS

Student Aid 29.8%

Instructional 29.7%

$344.3

$350 m $300 m

$251.7

$ 15 0 m $ 10 0 M

Plant Operations 4.1%

Unrestricted operating expenses.

$ 2 2 2.8

$200 m

Libraries 2.3%

Organized Activities 7.4%

$ 247. 3

$250 m

2012-13:

Student Services 4.5%

$ 2 8 4 .1 $ 2 8 8.0

$50 M

General Admin. & Institutional 13.5%

2 0 0 9

2 010

2 011

2 012

2 013

Auxiliary Enterprises 8.6% Net assets represent the University’s total assets minus total liabilities.


STATISTICS

2012-13

2011-12

2010 -11

20 0 9 -10

20 0 8 - 0 9

Full-time Eq uivalent Enrollment ( fall )

Undergraduate Graduate Law

5,354 5,310 5,191 5,081 4,841 1,551 1,596 1,563 1,560 1,423 456 504 512 541 559

Total full-time equivalent enrollment

7,361

7,410

7,266

7,182

6,823

D egrees conferred

Undergraduate Graduate Law

1,254 1,101 1,061 1,007 1,002 826 835 867 796 708 161 162 157 173 182

Total degrees conferred

2,241

2,098

2,085

1,976

1,892

1194 3.71

1202 3.74

1197 3.72

1188 3.66

1177 3.66

Entering Freshmen C lass Averages

Combined SAT scores (1600) GPA Full-time Employees ( fall )

Faculty Staff Total full-time employees

Financial

410 402 386 389 374 734 712 719 702 672 1,144

1,114

1,105

1,091

1,046

( thousands )

Endowment and S imilar Funds

Unrestricted Endowments $ 3,775 $ 3,150 $ 3,326 $ 2,867 $ 2,671 Program Support 14,466 10,918 10,306 8,513 6,362 Scholarship 85,272 73,782 74,459 57,727 52,421 Museum and Libraries 1,960 1,724 1,836 1,830 1,599 Professorships and Lectures 23,018 20,175 21,851 18,306 16,794 Quasi-Endowments 29,968 26,194 27,839 23,344 21,439 Annuities & Life Income 14,871 12,403 10,839 10,302 9,440 Total endowment and similar funds

$ 173,330 <1>

<1> $ 148,348

$

150,456 <1>

<1> $ 122,889 <1> $ 110,726

S tudent A id

University programs $ 75,531 $ 71,692 $ Federal/state grant programs 7,251 6,980 Student loans 73,433 77,036 Total student aid

$ 156,215

66,150 $ 7,534 70,353

$ 155,708 $ 144,037

61,332 $ 53,317 6,828 5,532 73,729 56,865

$ 141,889

$ 115,714

P hysical P lant

Land $ 6,827 $ 6,827 $ 6,827 $ 6,827 $ 6,827 Buildings and improvements 266,814 265,661 263,096 260,394 236,838 Equipment, furniture, library books and artwork 32,083 32,264 32,023 55,666 53,175 Plant under construction 18,940 2,009 1,117 809 14,544 Total gross physical plant 324,664 Accumulated depreciation <95,770>

306,761 <88,647>

Total Physical Plant Net

218,114

$ 228,894

$

303,063 323,696 311,384 <82,190> <99,986> <91,106> $ 220,873

$ 223,710 $ 220,278

<1> Includes Gonzaga University Law Foundation, totaling $7,813 in 2008-09; $9,545 in 2009-10; $11,888 in 2010-11; $11,375 in 2011-12; and $13,497 in 2012-13


HONOR ROLL OF CONTRIBUTORS 2012-13 Your gifts to Gonzaga help our students succeed. You create scholarships. You help the University hire bright, passionate professors. You improve academic programs and you create learning opportunities outside the classroom. Thank you for acting on your passion. This report of contributors encompasses gifts made between June 1, 2012, and May 31, 2013.

In keeping with Gonzaga’s commitment to sustainablity, the entire 2012-13 Honor Roll is displayed online at gonzaga.edu/HonorRoll.

Major Benefactors lifetime Contributors Gonzaga University proudly recognizes and honors these major contributors whose outstanding generosity and spirit of lifetime giving demonstrate a commitment to ensuring the finest level of higher education available.

$10,000,000 and Above (Cumulative)

Duet Technologies Jesuit Community of Gonzaga University

$5,000,000 - $9,999,999 (Cumulative)

Independent Colleges of Washington Jim and Joann Jundt Phil and Sandy McCarthey Tom and Mary McCarthey, Jr. Fritz and Jeanie Wolff Anonymous

$2,000,000 - $4,999,999 (Cumulative)

Alphonse and Geraldine Arnold Estate Dauna Leigh Bauer Foundation Comstock Foundation M. O. Flannery Estate Charles Gillingham † John Hemmingson Don and Carol † Herak Christine M. Hogan The Hogan Family Foundation, Inc. Bob and Alice Jepson Johnson Scholarship Foundation Duff and Dorothy † Kennedy Charlotte Y. Martin †

800

The major meeting space in the new University Center will seat 800 people, opening possibilities of conferences, lectures and performances that attract students, faculty, staff and community members.

Charlotte Y. Martin Foundation McCarthey Family Foundation Bob and Claire McDonald M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust Charlie and Doris O’Connor Oracle Corporation PACCAR Inc Carl R. Pohlad † The Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation Jim and Gwen Powers J. Merton † and Jessie Rosauer Sodexho Marriott Services Sterling Software Tom and Camilla Tilford

$1,000,000 - $1,999,999 (Cumulative)

Louis and Kathryn Barbieri † The Boeing Company Cadre Technologies, Inc. Henry J. Casey † Marguerite M. Casey † Dr. Patrick J. Cavanaugh† Chester and Catherine J. Chastek † Harriet Cheney Cowles Foundation

Walter and Donna Conn Fred and Barbara Curley † Don and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran Bernard and Marsha Daines Nancy C. Driscoll Sperry H. Goodman † Howard Hughes Medical Institute Johnston-Hanson Foundation W. M. Keck Foundation Kreielsheimer Foundation Mike and Christy (Mozilo) Larsen John and Donna Luger Paul and Lita (Barnett) Luvera Harry † and Colleen Magnuson Tom Martin † and Noreen Hobbs Martin Jack and Mary McCann Jane McCarthey Family Joseph L. McCarthy † Microsoft Corporation Gene and Marti Monaco Lyle W. and Cherie Moore † Angelo and Phyllis Mozilo The Phyllis and Angelo Mozilo Family Foundation Mark and Cindy Pigott Ed and Yvonne † Ralph Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation Elizabeth D. Rudolf John and Nancy Rudolf Rudolf Family Foundation Dave and Sandy Sabey Walter A. and Hazel Toly † United Way of King County Pat and Sandy Volkar Washington Trust Bank Betty S. Wheeler † Anonymous

$500,000 - $999,999 (Cumulative)

Allegro Investments, LLC Avista Corporation Fred E. Bigelow † Horace and Christine Bozarth † Fred and Leslie Brown The Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Foundation Gerard Centioli Ben B. Cheney Foundation Bill and Virginia † Clemens John † and Nancy Clute Harry L. (Bing) Crosby † Leon (Bob) and Petronella Davis Estate Joe † and Edna Deichl Bud W. Driessel Estate Anna Fahey † Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Garco Construction Gonzaga University Law Adjunct Faculty Charles † and Barbara Hennessey Herak Foundation Hewlett-Packard Company Mr. † and Mrs. Dan Hogan, Jr. Intel Corporation Joseph R. Keys † Patrick J. and Stephanie Kilkenny

KnowledgeWare, Inc. The Kresge Foundation Henry Luce Foundation Bob and Yvonne Lyons † Esther A. McCoy † Dr. Earl Miller Estate Scott and Lizbeth (Tomich) Morris The Odell Fund Robert and Carol (Smail) Palencar Michael A. Patterson Terry and Pat Payne Robert and Ann Powers † Hubie Randall † Rational Software Corporation Norm † and Rita Roberts Mark and Katherine Ryland S.E.R.E. Solutions, Inc. Sabey Corporation Dr. Scholl Foundation Frost & Margaret Snyder Foundation The Steele-Reese Foundation John M. Stone Suzi Stone Frank X. Suttey Estate John and Betty Tubbs † Union Pacific Railroad Elizabeth Van Sistine Estate Carrie Welch Trust Estate Helen Welty † Pat and Carol West E. L. Wiegand Foundation Anonymous

$250,000 - $499,999 (Cumulative)

Theodore B. Albi † John and Jewel Andrew John † and Anne Aram Bank of America Corporation Bank of America Foundation Boise Dr. and Mrs. Norman Bolker Joseph and Peggy Brennan † Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Josh Burrows John E. Cannon, Sr. † Dr. Robert J. and Thelma Rose † Casey Centioli Family, LLC Comshare, Inc. George Corkery † Costco Wholesale Daniels Fund Henry L. Day † Joseph P. and Helen K. Delay Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso, Jr. Lawrence E. Duffy Estate Ernst & Young Foundation Fluke Corporation Orlanta Franck † Maurice Gales Bart and Hilke Gallant George and Marianne Grant † Josef and Stephany Gray Jerry † and Helen Greenan Jo and Patsy Hall † Carl M. Hansen Foundation Mr. and Mrs. † Fred Hanson


Daniel P. Harbaugh Ellen Healy † The Hearst Foundations Tom and Mary Herche Lorelei and Phil Herres Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Hooker Creek Ranch Greg and Teresa Hubert IBM Corporation Inland Northwest Community Foundation Euretta James Estate George F. Jewett Foundation Johnston Foundation The Johnston-Fix Foundation Herbert B. Jones Foundation KC Auto Paint and Supplies, Inc. Dorothy C. Kelly The Kern Family Foundation, Inc John and Carrie Lapke Dr. Charles † and Margaret K. Larson Harry and Harriet Leppek † Wil and Pat Loeken H.F. Magnuson Family Foundation, Inc. Jack D. Miklos † Moss Adams Foundation Moss Adams LLP Aloysius † and Jody Mullally John † and Margie Murphy Dan Murphy Foundation Donald P. and Jeanette (Jenny) Nelles Next IT Corporation Oregon Province Society of Jesus Guy and Madeline Ossello Bill and Carol Quigg Phil and Bev Reinig Donald and Donna Rockstrom Jim and Beverly Rogers Lucille Rooney Estate Frances Salla Estate The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Mike and Mary (Owens) Shanahan Stephen † and Mary Shinn Mary E. Stuart † Gertrude K. Sully Estate Sun Microsystems, Inc. Sunbelt Communications Company Mike and Mary Jo (McKinnon) Tucci U.S. Bancorp Foundation Union Pacific Foundation Jennifer Vertetis McCann The Vogelheim Family Anna Mae Waldron Estate Tim and Jackie Welsh Dennis and Jackie Wheeler Howard W. and Nancy A. Wildin Geraldine Wynkoop † Anonymous

$100,000 - $249,999 (Cumulative)

Dr. † and Mrs. John B. Adams Alcoa Foundation † = Deceased

Altera Corporation Dr. Mansoor Al-Turki The Anderson Foundation Steven and Kelly Andrade Arrowhead General Insurance Agency, Inc. Athletic Round Table, Inc. Avista Foundation Daniel E. Bandmann † Don Barbieri Ms. Heather M. Barbieri Dr. Clarence Barnes Charles A. and Dolores A. Barry Trust Dr. Anne Baruch † Battelle Memorial Institute Gerald Berger John and Ann Beutler John and Kristianne Blake Tony and Mary Lou Bonanzino Erma A. Bonge Estate Frank and Ilse Bourbeau Frank and Sharon Bouten Helen Brach Foundation Paul and Colleen Brajcich Aileen Connolly Bratton Chris and Mary Ann Bulger Bill † and Gloria Burch Bob † and Stevie (Cada) Burke Edward L. Burke † Bruce and Judy Butler Stewart and Molly Butler Ron and Terri Caferro William and Judy Carlin B. J. Carney Company Robert M. Carroll † Rebecca Cates Holly Louise Caudill † Mr. and Mrs. Gill Centioli † Challenger Pipe & Steel, LLC Harry E. Chisholm † Citigroup Global Impact Funding Trust, Inc. Beverly Clegg † Craig and Georganna Clifford Club USA Coeur d’ Alene Mines Corporation Coleman Foundation College Success Foundation Comcast Spotlight Daryl and Michele Connell Jim and Terry Coombes CPM Development Corporation Gerri and Bob Craves CRUX subsurface, inc. Cycrest Systems, Inc. DAA Northwest Kevin and Mary Jean Daniels Harry † and Dorothy Dano Bill † and Tasia Davenport E.B. ‘Pete’ and Daisy DeFeyter † Family Alan S. Dernbach and Rose Higgins Bob and Evelyn Dieringer † Harlan and Maxine Douglass Tom and Karen Driscoll Ted Druffel † Walter Duncan † William Eddleman †

Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing. We would appreciate you alerting us to any errors or omissions. Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381 or gatewood@gonzaga.edu. EdFund Emerson Quiet Kool Corporation Jim and Billie Etter Farmers Insurance Group Francis A. Feider † Roger A. Felice Bob and Katie Ferguson Jonathan Ferraiuolo Brooks † and Lucy Fields James T. Finlen, Jr. Denny and Lynn Flaherty Living Trust Dr. Howard and Maxine Floan † John and Lyla Fluke † Foster Foundation Joe and Joan Gagliardi Mary Jewett Gaiser † William Gaylor Estate Clark H. Gemmill Robert F. Gilb and Michele Tiesse-Gilb John and Sherry Gilbert Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. William Gillingham Bud † and Judy Gilmartin Global Credit Union Gonzaga University Alumni Association Gonzaga University Faculty Goodale & Barbieri Burgess Gordon † Margaret S. Gose † Robert and Denise Greco Greg and Julie Green Herschel and Betty Gustafson † Larry L. Guthrie † Don and Sherie Hackney Donald and Pauline Hagan † Robert and Roberta Halliday George Hardgrove Foundation Jack and Lisa Heath Hecla Mining Company Jim and Michelle Hereford Horton and Mazie Herman † Mark, Marsha and Stephanie Hierbaum John and Deborah Holleran Stanton and Shirley Hooper Horrigan Foundation Inc. Greg and Susan Huckabee Randy Hurst Bill † and Susana Huston Dr. and Mrs. William P. Ilgen Incremental Systems Corporation Interleaf, Incorporated Doyle W. Jacklin Duane and Susan Jacklin Jacklin Investments, L.P. Jack and Kitty Jacobs Jerome and Vicki Jager Don and Marilyn Jans Helen John Foundation Frank and Maureen Johnson

Ina Johnston † George † and Shari Kain Kaiser Aluminum Fabricated Products Don and Mary Kayser William V. Kelley † John and Pat Kelly Dr. Arthur E. Kennedy Klaue Family Foundation Roy and Violet † Knott KPFF Consulting Engineers KPMG Foundation Stanton and Jeanie Kramer Gregory Kunz Dwayne and Rosemary (Dempsey) Lane Dr. Anna M. Ledgerwood Bernie and Mafalda Levernier David M. Lincoln Pauline M. Love and Michael Love Mike and Reneé Lucarelli David and Christina Lynch Joseph M. Lynch Elizabeth A. Lynn Foundation John and Phyllis MacKenzie Macon Foundation Thomas and Jean Malott † John E. Manders Foundation Douglas and Kathrine Mantyla Esther Mark † Marsh Maryknoll Korea Region Bob and Barb Materne John and Alice-Marie Maughan † Bob and Sandy McConkey Helen McDonald † Frank A. McMahon † Kevin and Debbie McQuilkin and Family Dr. and Mrs. Jacob W. Meighan Larry Miller John and Lori Moloney, Jr. Mike and Mary Moloney Moloney + O’Neill John and Melinda Moynier Dan and Joyce Murphy Joseph † and Muriel Murphy Mike and Muffy Murphy Tim and Denny † Murphy Timothy Murphy Tom and Joyce Murphy Mike Myers and Carole Rolando John C. Nevin Trust John † and Frances Nitkey Wes and Mary Lee (Toepel) Nuxoll William and Monica O’Connell † Bill and Betty † Ogle Olivetti North America, Inc. Richard and Margaret O’Neill †

Thank you for your generous gifts made between June 1, 2012, and May 31, 2013.


R. E. ‘Eddie’ Page † Ruth Patchen Estate Joel and Karen Pearl Ruth H. Pearson Ethel Peasley † Joseph and Alice Peirone † Dr. and Mrs. Otto J. Penna † Thomas Perko Arnold and Sarah Peterson Pfizer Bonita and Andrew † Polich Stephen N. Pope Estate Ed and Helen Prevol † Dr. Carlos and Chris Prietto Jim and Marilyn Prince Qwest Foundation Jim and Maggie Randall Rauenhorst Family Foundation Mark and Barbara Ray Red Lion Hotels Jeff and Margaret Reed Ed and Bunny (Suva) Renouard Research Corporation for Science Advancement Catherine Rhodes Estate Dennis T. and Kathryn (Cullen) Richardson, Sr. Doug and Kathleen Rivard Bill Roach † Kerm and Fran Rudolf † James M. and Lillian Ryan † Safeco Insurance Companies Michael and Carol Schimmels Steve and Tresa Schmautz Jerry and Sue Schwalbach Mary Schweitzer The Seattle Foundation Seattle University Joseph M. Shabaz Estate David and Linda Shea Penn and Nancy Siegel Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith, Sr. † Doug and Karen Sonneborn Spokane Food Services, Inc. Spokane Produce SprayCool, Inc. Mary Constance Stanton Estate Charles H. and Diane Steilen Bartholomew † and Sarah Stevens Shannon Stiltner Charles H. Stolz † Irene Strachen Charitable Trust Stuart Foundation Jonas and Cheryl Stutzman Patrick and Diane Sullivan The Swinging Doors Dick and Barbara Taylor Teagle Foundation Tektronix, Inc. Telect, Inc. John Thomas Jill and Thatcher Thompson Charles A. and Helen Tilford † Terry and T.J. Tombari Dorothea B. Townsend † Mike and Mimi Tucci Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Verizon Foundation

Ray Vollert Sam and Emily Volpentest † The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Nicholas and Karen (Lindsay) Warrick Washington State Mentors The Welch Foundation, Inc. Peter and Carol Welk Norman and Denise Wells, Jr. Patrick Wilson Estate Miss Myrtle Woldson Wollenberg Foundation David Wollersheim Women Helping Women Fund Jim and Joyce † Workland Peggy and John Worthing Thomas Wynecoop † Mr. John T. Yeats Zak Designs Irv and Angela Zakheim Anonymous

$50,000 - $99,999 (Cumulative)

A.M. Landshaper, Inc. Accenture Foundation, Inc. Acme Materials & Construction Company Lawrence D. Acre Estate Carol Albright † George I. Alden Trust American Express Foundation Tom Anderl Edith L. Anderson Estate Henry R. and Lucy Anderson † Ken and Sue Anderson Ted and Elisabeth Angell Richard and Debbie Angotti Gene and Carol Annis Patricia Anselmi Sheryl Anthony Stephen Anthony Archdiocese of Seattle ARCO Foundation Associated General Contractors of America Joey and Norma August † Gilbert W. Baker † Barrier West, Inc. The Baruch Foundation Basic Resources, Inc. Jason and Kristen (Beaulaurier) Bay Fred E. and Paula Bevegni Black Rock Realty, Marshall Chesrown and Roger Nelson Kevin Blanchat James P. and Catherine Boyer Dr. and Mrs. James Brasch Bobby and Cathleen Brett Mike and Marj Brewer Charles Brink The Brink Foundation James F. and Helen Brown Hervy and Florence Brulotte † Tim and Margaret Bruya Loren and Janell Burke Joe and Mary Ann (Schultheis) Busch

Joe and Sharon Cade Dr. John and Priscilla Cadwell Dennis and Peggy (Morton) Calfee Mark and Kathy (Evoy) Casey Catholic Communication Campaign CBS Reporting, Inc. Century 21 - Beutler & Associates Cerium Networks - Roger Junkermier Chevron U.S.A., Inc. David and Jill (Legel) Christiansen Norton Clapp † John R. Clark (RIP) and The Hon. Ellen K. Clark Harriet Clarke † John † and Mary S. Close Coca-Cola Foundation Harold W. Coffin † Coffman Engineers Gene J. Colin and Susan M. Janus Marvel Collins Estate James and Norah (Flannery) Comerford Dr. John † and Carolu Condon Thomas and Katherine F. (Huhtanen) Connors Consumer Auto Liquidators Reanette Cook Estate Jim and Harvelyn (Cornwell) Cooney Coopers & Lybrand Alberta Corkery † Albert and June Corrado † Emmett J. Corrigan † Michael and Rebecca Costello Mr. and Mrs. E.J. Coughlin † and Family Marie Crabtree † Pat and Jean Craigen † Alea Culpepper Gary Culpepper Dr. and Mrs. † Michael H. Cunningham Cypress Advantage Dr. Barbara Daniels Vern G. Davidson † Dick † and Vickie Davis Robert J. and Raeceil A. Day Walter and Denise Day Family of Brad Dear Richard J. DeBlieck Brad and Pam (McNally) DeCounter Armand and Joy DeFelice Delay, Curran, Thompson & Pontarolo, PS The Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso Family Foundation Larry and Kathy Dilley Billy and Joan Dinsdale Victor † and Diana DiPietro William and Kathleen (McFarland) Dobner Philip † and Mary Dolan

Patrick † and Leonore Doody Joseph M. and Mary (Kinzer) Doohan Fred H. and Mary S. Dore Charitable Foundation Mary Dore † Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation Kevin and Jackie Driscoll Isabel d’Urbal † John and Dianne Egger Walter and Kathy Egger Empire Health Services Employees Community Fund of The Boeing Company Engineered Control Systems Environmental West Exploration, Inc. Richard and Marjorie Ettinger Evans, Craven & Lackie, P.S. Dr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Ewell Expeditors International of Washington, Inc. ExxonMobil Foundation FAB Ventures, LLC George and Janet Fague Felice Law Offices John and Dee Fery I.S. & Emily C. Fetterman Foundation Marion Finucane † First Interstate Bank James and Frances Flanagan † James J. and Sharon (McMaster) Flynn Neal and Helen Fosseen † Rick and Joan Fox Blaine G. and Pamela French Barbara and Jay Fritz Foundation Jim and Margel Gallagher George and Theresa Gee Gleason-Skok Foundation Bill and Connie Glynn Kenneth and Beryl Goodchild Ed and Candy (Jones) Gormley Budd and Kathy Gould James W. Grant † Greater Gonzaga Guild Mark and Mary Griffin Bill † and Norma Grismer Dorothy E. Guild † James and Louisa Guise Michael and Samantha Guthrie The Hon. and Mrs. Richard P. Guy Edmund, Blanche, and Flora Hamel Estate Dave and Susan Hamer Harry J. Hanley † George D. and Debbie Hansen Robert and Donna † Hanson Harold and Mary Anne † Hatinger Stephen Haskell James Hasson Doug and Tracy Hauff

Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing. We would appreciate you alerting us to any errors or omissions. Please contact Laura Gatewood, director of stewardship, at 509.313.6381 or gatewood@gonzaga.edu.


Dr. Terry L. Haws † Michael T. Hayes John † and Mary Heath, Jr. John Heily Henningsen Cold Storage Co. Hildebrand-Pease Estates Rick and Nina Hofmeister Horrigan Farms, Inc. Household International Edward and Marie Hughes † Inland Orthopaedics of Spokane, PS Itron, Inc. J. Jamaw L.P. Mike and Lisa (Millison) Janicki Lon and Becky Jasper Mike and Linda Jensen Dennis and Katharine Jorgensen Michael and Lynn Joseph Joseph Family Foundation The Joyce Foundation K - L Manufacturing Company, Inc. Bob and Ginny Kane Margel Foote Kaufman Dan and Margaret † Keefe Carolyn S. Kelly Kevin J. Kenneally Key Tronic Corporation James and Mary Anne (Metcalfe) King King Beverage, Inc. Dr. Ferdinand and Dorothy Knechtel † Bill Kuper Jane M. (Dore) Kuper Arlene E. LaMasters Estate Annemarie Lambert † William N. Lampson & Family The Land Company, LLC Dwayne Lane’s Chrysler Plymouth Milton J. Langlois Bill Laughlin Frank and Ethel Lenzie † Jack and Helen Leonard Levernier-Shea Construction Company Keene and Barbara Little George and Nancy Lobisser Lena Longo Lydig Construction Company Greg Mahugh Dr. Michael Mallea and Dr. Maureen Kim Lynch Kevin and Christine Malone Rocco and Barbara Martino The Rocco and Barbara Martino Foundation Richard and Cheri Mast Virginia Maughan Estate Mary M. Mauro † Edmund F. Maxwell Foundation Robert and Shannon McCambridge Florence McCormack † Robert McCormick † Anonymous in memory of Anita L. (Sherar) McKee Pamela S. McKinzie-Lewis Roy and Patricia McLaren Rev. Thomas J. Meersman Trust Merck Company Foundation † = Deceased

Merrill Lynch Jo Merwin John and Guelda Messina Yale Metzger and Susan Richmond Bill and JoAnn Mick Dr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Monks Mary Jo Moore Tatsuo Moriyasu † Bill Murphy † Michael and Jadine Murphy Della Murray † Smithmoore Myers and Sandy † Sandulo-Myers National Asphalt Paving Association NetManage, Inc. Katherine Neupert Margaret M. Nigro † Nike, Inc. Northern Quest Casino Northwest Area Foundation Robert W. and Maureen A. O’Brien James F. and Sharon O’Connell Pete and Wilma Olsen Foundation Donald and Joan Olson Coletta O’Meara † Dean Lewis H. † and Mrs. Jackie Orland Jack and Kathy Ossello Pacific Security William A. and Dara K. Paine John and Janis Parente Paul and Mary Jane (Hidaka) Patterson Pearson Packaging Systems PEMCO Foundation, Inc. Jim and Rosemary Peterson David and Dorothy Pierce Trust Mike and Betty (Onley) Pontarolo David and Teri Pool Charles H. and Nancy Porter Procter & Gamble Fund Protosoft The Prudential Foundation Ron and Georgia Lee Puryear John and Gail Quigg Family Qwest Communications The Hon. and Mrs. Philip M. Raekes Don F. and Darlene Raftis Chris Randall Gary and Sharon Randall Les and Clara Randall † Paul and Barbara Redmond Norma and Wendell Reed Foundation Laurent Regimbal † Mike and Judy (Yeend) Reilly David and Cathleen Reisenauer Renee R. Reuther Clare (Kolloch) Rice † Scott and Mary Richards Irene Ringwood The Hon. and Mrs. J. Justin Ripley Gordon and Doris June Ripple † Robbins Company Richard and Deborah (Gaebe) Roccanova

John and Mary Roche James and Jean Roeber David and Maureen Rorick † Jim and Lin Roscoe Ron and Shelley Rosenberger Paul and Gretchen † Roth Richard and Garldine Rudisile Lowell and Kathleen Ruen James and Marilyn Sachtjen Lance and Melissa Sadler Ron and Mary † (Meighan) Sagerson Sahlin Foundation Salem Foundation Nick Salisbury Eric Sandberg Ward and Jacqueline Sandberg John and Rita Santillanes Dr. and Mrs. Lester R. Sauvage Dick and Karen Sayre SBC Foundation SCAFCO Corporation Peter and Jocelyn Schultz Irene Schumaker Estate Virginia A. Schurra Jim and Novia Seabeck † Seabury and Smith Marsh Ron and Sara Seubert Bill and Hilda Shanks Thomas N. Sharp Jay and Jan Shaw Katherine E. Shaw † Shell Oil Company Foundation Fred Shelton † Bill and Catherine Shiel Dick and Thalia Shorett Chuck † and Rojean Siljeg Edward T. Simkins † Gene and Merrilu (Silva) Sloboda Jim † and Margaret Solan Spokane Machinery Company Al and Lois † Stadtmueller Pete and Denise Stanton Philip † and Margretta Stanton Jeff and Veronica Steffan Steffens Foundation Sterling Savings Bank Stevens, Clay, and Manix P.S. Ivan and Marlene Stewart St. Joseph’s Ambulance Service, Inc. Dr. D. Michael and Mrs. Geraldine A. (O’Melveny) Strong George J. Struble † Swig Foundation Teck Cominco American, Inc. George and Gina Thompson Terry and Molly Thompson Alice Tietgen † John and Ann (Bramstedt) Timm Toillion Pediatric Dentistry Ernest and Greta Toll † James and Sheryl Tomlinson Robert and Corrine Tomlinson James and Debbie Topliff David and Joan Traylor David D. Traylor, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Triesch † Tucci & Sons, Inc.

Jeff Turner and Susan Rauenhorst Turner Dick and Patricia Twiss United Way of Benton & Franklin Counties The United Way of the Bay Area The Unova Foundation Albert Unrecht † The UPS Foundation The U.S. Charitable Gift Trust Russ and Carole VanderWilde Edward R. Van Vliet Paul and Mary Vogelheim Sam R. and Mary M. Volpentest The Hon. Bob and Diane Waitt Washington Mutual Foundation Washington Mutual Savings Bank Washington Trust Bank Financial Corporation Charlie and Kathy Watson Steven and Dawn Watts Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Foundation Robert and Michele Wendel Kenneth Wenham Western States Asphalt Inc. Mildred Weston † Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. Bill and Liz (Curry) Wrigglesworth Lee and Barbara Wright John and Jane Zanol George and Mary Zeller † Anonymous

In keeping with Gonzaga’s commitment to sustainablity, the entire 2012-13 Honor Roll is displayed online at gonzaga.edu/HonorRoll.

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Gonzaga’s 397 international students in 2012-13 spoke at least 12 native languages – Albanian, Arabic, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Thai, Turkish and Ukranian. Many study in Gonzaga’s highly respected English Language Center.


MAJOR BENEFACTORS

PRESIDENT’S EXECUTIVE COUNCIL $1,000,000 and Above Charlie and Doris O’Connor Jim and Gwen Powers Anonymous

$500,000 - $999,999 ANNUAL CONTRIBUTORS

These benefactors represent a distinguished group of individuals who made a gift of $50,000 or more to the 2013 Annual Campaign (June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013) making them part of Gonzaga’s Leadership Circle. When members of the Leadership Circle join together in support of Gonzaga, their gifts help to achieve larger goals – preparing men and women who will embrace a global responsibility to ensure justice, protect the dignity of every individual, and serve the greater good.

HERITAGE SOCIETY MEMBERS The Heritage Society was founded in 1980 to recognize a legacy of giving at Gonzaga and honor alumni and friends who have made a commitment to the University through an estate gift. Estate gifts to Gonzaga are made in many forms, including bequests, gifts of retirement plan assets or life insurance, or charitable gift annuities, remainder unitrusts or lead trusts.

John Hemmingson

$250,000 - $499,999 The Hogan Family Foundation, Inc. Phil and Sandy McCarthey Tom and Mary McCarthey, Jr. McCarthey Family Foundation Gene and Marti Monaco Scott and Lizbeth (Tomich) Morris Mark and Cindy Pigott Sodexo Services

$100,000 - $249,999 Avista Corporation College Success Foundation Gerri and Bob Craves Don and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran Denny and Lynn Flaherty Living Trust Robert F. Gilb and Michele Tiesse-Gilb Donald and Pauline Hagan Living Trust Mark, Marsha and Stephanie Hierbaum

Scott A. Ables Dr. † and Mrs. John B. Adams Gary M. Alworth Ken and Sue Anderson Valerie Anderson John and Jewel Andrew John † and Anne C. Aram Joe and Jammie Arbanas Cindy Runger Balas and Charles Balas Frank and Dorothy Barich David and Heidi Bateman John A. and Nancy A. (Scott) Battilega John Beck Ernest J. Becker Larry J. and Anna Bennett Jamie M. Berube Joe and Sharon Betzendorfer Michael J. and Sandra L. Beus Christopher Blackburn Anthony Boccaccio Chadwick O. Bogar Frank and Ilse Bourbeau Frank and Sharon Bouten Mark and Theresa (Timms) Boyer Douglas J. Brajcich Helen A. Brajcich Dr. Stephen L. and Marjorie M. Brenneke Mr. and Mrs. James Bresnahan Roger G. Brown Alfred Bucheli Dr. and Mrs. Eric Buckley Greg and Michelle Bui Mr. and Mrs. J. Christopher Bulger Josh Burrows Bruce and Judy Butler Joe and Sharon Cade

Dorothy C. Kelly The Kern Family Foundation, Inc Mike and Christy (Mozilo) Larsen Charlotte Y. Martin Foundation Angelo and Phyllis Mozilo The Phyllis and Angelo Mozilo Family Foundation Ed and Yvonne † Ralph Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation S.E.R.E. Solutions, Inc. Tom and Camilla Tilford Washington Trust Bank Pat and Carol West Howard W. and Nancy A. Wildin Fritz and Jeanie Wolff

CHANCELLOR’S ASSOCIATES

Independent Colleges of Washington Mike and Lisa (Millison) Janicki Johnson Scholarship Foundation Paul and Lita (Barnett) Luvera David and Christina Lynch Colleen Magnuson H.F. Magnuson Family Foundation, Inc. Bob and Claire McDonald The McDonald Opportunity Scholars and Work Awards Programs Fund Dan Murphy Foundation Guy and Madeline Ossello Peter and Jocelyn Schultz Fund Bill and Catherine Shiel Jill and Thatcher Thompson Dennis and Jackie Wheeler

$50,000 - $99,999 Dauna Leigh Bauer Foundation John and Kristianne Blake The Boeing Company Coeur d’ Alene Mines Corporation Gene J. Colin and Susan M. Janus Costco Wholesale Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Clark H. Gemmill Tom and Mary Herche

Ron and Theresa Caferro Don Carlson Mark and Kathy (Evoy) Casey Dr. Robert J. and Thelma Rose† Casey Stephen and Elaine Cavit Jason and Tania Chaffee Susan † and W.W. “Chuck” Charlton Patrick Chastek Scott and Patricia J. (Tiesse) Church Catherine C. Clark Robert and Ramona Clavel Walter J. and Donna F. Conn Laura D. Cooper Norman G. † and Amarant M. (Kanzler) Cormier Bill and Paula Cowley Gerri and Bob Craves James and Carol Crowe James and Eloise Cummins J. Donald and Va Lena Curran Rev. James Dallen Kevin and Mary Daniels Mr. † and Mrs. William A. Davenport Scott and Jami Davis Joseph W. Day Robert J. and Raeceil A. Day Richard J. DeBlieck Joe † and Edna Deichl Dr. and Mrs. John Demakas Jayne (Stanich) Dempsey John and Mary Dentone Dale B. and Christy E. (Smith) de Viveiros David Schweitzer and Dennis DeVoto

For a full listing of all Leadership Circle donors, please go to gonzaga.edu/HonorRoll.

Timothy G. Dieringer James and Joan DiJulio William R. and Kathleen A. (McFarland) Dobner June Donaldson Robert J. Downey Nancy C. Driscoll Dr. Thomas and Karen Driscoll Thomas A. Drynan James P. and Ahnna Dudley, Jr. John E. Dunn Michael Durand Genevieve Edmonds † John P. Egger Dr. Richard E. Ellis, JD Mr. and Mrs. Robert Erickson Gregory and Dana Erigero John and Dianne Evans Bob and Bobbie Evanson Anthony and Ann Ewell Sonja Nordbye Fair William W. † and Marcella Farrington James T. Finlen, Jr. Sharon A. Fischer and Dr.Thomas A Kearney E.J. “Gerry” FitzGerald Nick Fluge and Elizabeth Logsdon Craig Gage Maurice Gales Phyllis and Vincent Gallant Blaine and Susan Garvin Gary Geiss Archie and Mary George Rex R. † and Joan Gerlach Lt. Col. and Mrs. William R. Gillingham Patricia A. Gillis Hal and Alice † Gilmore


Maurice Glassy † Gary Glenn Beverly (Haines) Goddard Michele Graham Marv and Anne Grassl Patrick J. Gravine George and Florence Grismer Nazli Guner The Hon. and Mrs. Richard P. Guy Susanne (Kraft) Hall Dave and Susan Hamer Frederick and Diane (Kelly) Hamm R. Bruce Hankins Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hanlen Cecil † and Molly Hannan John C. Hanrahan Robert and Donna † Hanson Daniel P. Harbaugh Suzanne M. Harris Shane and Morgan Hatcher Jerome Haupt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hauth G. Donald Hawker and Nga T. Hawker Frank J. Hawley Charles † and Barbara Hennessey, Jr. Mary and Tom Herche Howard and Darlene Herman Phil and Lorelei Herres Kirk Murdock Hetrick Mark and Marsha Hierbaum Tony and Cindy † Higley Peter Hill Rick and Nina Hofmeister Edith A. Holmen Melanie A. Homan Stan and Shirley Hooper Gary and Barbara Hordemann John and Ellen Hough Lt. Col. Gregory M. Huckabee E. J. Hunt Megan L. Isenhower Doyle and Kathy (Graham) † Jacklin Don and Marilyn Jans Donald H. Jans Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jepson, Jr. Shirley J. Johnson Dr. Robert L. Kalez, M.D. Margel Foote Kaufman Melvin Kays Gary Keister Dorothy C. Kelly John and Pat Kelly Kevin Kenneally Dr. Arthur E. Kennedy Duff and Dorothy † Kennedy Dale L. Kingman Roy and Violet † Knott Rick Koch Dr. John † and Gayle (Keenan) Kohls Dr. Larry E. Krueger, J.D. Doug and Ruth Lancaster Dr. H. John Lane Mary Lou Lane Michael Patrick Lang

† = Deceased

50

FIFTY YEARS OR MORE OF GENEROSITY

The following individuals have given to Gonzaga for 50 or more years.

‘42

’54

Joseph C. Tremblay, 53

T. Jerry Greenan,† 53 Patrick Riley, 51

’43 Dr. Russell P. Esposito, 50

’46 Donald H. Herak, 50

’48 Thomas P. Lacy, 54 Ed Ralph, 51

’49 Thomas Moore, 51 Bill Ogle, 52 Phillip Skok, Sr., 54

’50 Ray Allen ,57 John Dougherty, 52 Bill Eng, 52 Dr. Ed Gray, 50 Pete Suden, 54

’51 Richard Ebel, 53 Mrs. Eugene R. Erigero, 51 Lt. Col. (Ret.) William Gillingham, 50 Richard Hire, 53 John Seymour, 50 Mrs. Robert C. Weber, 50

’53 Bill Jacobs, 51 John Rand, 51 Jim Rooney, 50

’55 Helen (Shepard) Greenan, 53 Mike Nestor, 55 Sally (Kirkpatrick) Neumann, 54 Dr. Willard J. Wyman, 51

’56

Mary Jo (Pilat) Anderson, 57 George Fish, 52 Don Jans, 50 Marty Weber, 51

’57

Donald Olson, 52 Joseph J. Schauble, 54

’58

Colleen (Kane) Meighan, 52 Jacob W. Meighan, 52 Ernie Vollmer, 51

’59

Leo Finnegan, 53 Tom Kubota, 51 Paul N. Luvera, 51 Carolyn (Magee) Schauble, 54

’60

Guy Ossello, 51 Mrs. Charles E. Siljeg, 51

’61

Ray Kelleher, 51

’77

Lita B. (Barnett) Luvera, 51


Milton J. Langlois Margaret K. Larson Alexander M. Laughlin Dr. Lawrence R. Lawton Dr. and Mrs. † Jack Lee Jack and Betty † Leonard Bernie and Mafalda Levernier Dr. Robert Lewis and Marcia McGreevy Lewis Jim and Jan Linardos Noreen Littman Wil and Pat Loeken Gary P. Long and Rudolph Saavedra Pauline M. (Herzig) Love Houston Putnam Lowry Mike and Reneé Lucarelli Paul Lukinich Barbara J. Lund Pat and Christina Lynch James and Jane MacDonald Cheryl L. Mack Dan and Jan Madden The Hon. John J. Madden Mr. † and Mrs. Harry Magnuson Beverly Mahrt Laurence and Delta Maillet Dick and Janet † Manning Greg Marshall Lawrence M. Massey Stan and Linda Massey Mary Ann and Ed May Veronica and Dave Mayo Christina McCale and Garry R. Osborn Jack and Mary McCann Pat and Kathy McCarthy Robert and Claire McDonald Marge McFaul Dr. and Mrs. Charles B. McGough Mary McGrath Morgan T. and Judith A. (Ziegler) McGrath David P. McKibbin Joe McKinnon Ann T. McMahon Edward McReynolds Dick and Mary Lou McWilliams Thomas K. and Catherine L. Mentele Donald L. Merrick

Jo L. Merwin Linda L. Merwin Fred Mollerus † Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Monks John and Melinda Moynier Shirley A. (Pemerl) Mulcahy Tom P. Mulcahy Joseph † and Muriel Murphy Ray and Shirley (Duffner) Murphy Smitty and Sandy † Myers Myron A. Nachbar II Don and Jeanette Nelles Mr. and Mrs. James W. Nelsen Patrick † and Everilda Nolan Holly J. Norton Karen Norum Kay Nozaki and Thomas G. Ewing John C. O’Brien, Jr. Robert W. and Maureen A. O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. James F. O’Connell Charlie and Doris O’Connor Bill Ogle Mark and Cathy Ohlstrom Dennis and Sara O’Loughlin Donald and Joan Olson Barry and Ann O’Neil Cynthia and Dr. Eric Orr Guy and Madeline Ossello Dianne Rinzel Ostrowski Fred S. Owen and Joanne Pottier A.T. “Mike” Paioni J. Scott Patnode Dr. Donald R. Paugh and Ms. Diedre L. Olin Dr. Dennis E. Penna Gregory R. Peterson Anthony Plager Joe and Megan Poss Laurie A. Powers and Breean L. Beggs Mark and Kim Powers Sue-Lynn Price-Voigt James and Marilyn Prince Julie Prince Mr. and Mrs. Don F. Raftis Ed and Yvonne † Ralph Mr. and Mrs. Gary Randall Paul and Barbara Redmond D. Michael Reilly and Petrea Reilly

Ross (‘79) and Judy Rettenmier Cynthia Reyes Methvin Michael and Tanya Rice Dennis T. and Kathryn (Cullen) Richardson, Sr. Doug and Kathleen Rivard Bill Roberts Donald and Donna Rockstrom Jim and Jean Roeber Douglas W. Rohner James F. Rooney Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosicky Dr. and Mrs. Richard S. Rosler Herman J. Rossi III John and Nancy Rudolf Mary Catherine Ryan Barry W. Santana, Ph.D. Richard L. Sayre / Karen L. Sayre Steven Schenk and Gretchen Berning Reed Schifferman Virginia A. Schurra Dr. and Mrs. Lester J. Schwaegler Pequitte Schwerin Patricia (Ardner) Scullary Mary Owens Shanahan Stephen and Martha Shepard William and Catherine Shiel, Jr. Stephen † and Mary Shinn Chuck † and Rojean Siljeg Phillip P. Skok, Sr. Mark and Valerie Sonderen Dave and Dori Sonntag Margot J. Stanfield Jerry A. and Patricia Stebbins Veronica and Jeff Steffan Charles H. and Diane Steilen Bart † and Sarah Stevens Ivan and Marlene Stewart Daniel Stoner and Anne Santee-Stoner Brady Lee Strahl Patrick and Diane Sullivan Dr. Robert W. Sullivan Robert † and Joan Taber Dr. and Mrs. Howard E. Tennant Tom and Camilla Tilford Rev. Eugene A. Tracy Jim and Peg Troske Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Tucci

Michael F. and Mimi Tucci Robert P. Turnley Dick and Patricia Twiss David and Karen Van Loan Steven † and Laurette C. Van Voorhis Jerry and Donna Vermillion F. Ray Vollert Sue Volpe William J. and Kathleen K. Wagner Robert J. Waldron, Jr. Robert C. Wallace Martin and Jane Weber Jerry D. Wells Tim and Jackie Welsh Kevin P. and Jennifer L. (Prince) West Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. West James and Eleanor Weston Elisha Williams Ryan Rodney Wilson Fritz and Jeanie Wolff James and Jackie Wolff David Wollersheim Anne K. Woodbury Richard and Cathy Worner Bruce and Jackie Worobec William J. and Elizabeth A. (Curry) Wrigglesworth, Jr. Lee and Barbara Wright John T. Yeats Dominic J. and Lisa Zamora Anne and Dan Zielsdorf Stephen and Elizabeth Zimmer

In keeping with Gonzaga’s commitment to sustainablity, the entire 2012-13 Honor Roll is displayed online at gonzaga.edu/HonorRoll.

Heritage Society Gifts from the following estates were gratefully received June 1, 2012 – May 31, 2013. For a complete listing of Gonzaga’s In Memoriam Heritage Society visit: gonzaga.edu/heritage.

Otto M. Allison, Jr. (’51)

Vern G. Davidson

Raymond G. Anderson (’58)

Denny (’66) and Lynn Flaherty

Judith M. Brings (’68)

Donald and Pauline Hagan

Robert A. Coomes (’57)

Patricia J. Malone (’52)


Finance – Endowments and Life Income Fund Balances

Permanent Endowments

2013

Fair Market Value as of May 31, 2013 and 2012 (funds greater than $20,000 listed by name)

2012

UNrestricted endowments

Fred E. and Venora E. Bigelow

$

Christine Bozarth *

89,985

Class of ‘64

21,071

18,599

John H. Collins

115,976

102,370

John W. Dunne, S.J.

47,418

41,855

Otto J. Eckel

91,122

80,433

Eleanor Miller/Welch Foundation

82,232

72,585

Minneapolis

Jake Schiffner

561,911

$

38,530 199,718

473,173 79,429

34,010 176,288

2013

2012

E. Thomas Martin Gonzaga-in-Florence

180,180

159,043

To Be Continued

571,289

84,771

Music

Choir Tour

26,757

23,595

Wasmer Music

28,745

25,373

Anonymous/Other

12,680

11,193

Student Aid

Fred E. and Venora E. Bigelow

842,867

709,759

Herche Family

311,191

289,155

Horrigan Foundation

127,313

119,132 52,936

Anonymous/Other 2,527,470 2,071,218

University Ministry

Cardoner Retreat

59,971

Total Unrestricted Endowments

Rhoady and Jean Marie Lee Retreat

29,167

25,745

Robert J. Spitzer, S.J. Leadership

983,705

994,355 147,507

$ 3,775,433

$

3,149,960

Other Programs

restricted endowments PROGRAM SUPPORT Arts and Sciences

Andrade Family Outdoor Orientation

166,223

Class of 1999 Diversity

28,759

24,774

Arthur L. Dussault, S.J. Foundation *

1,873,224

1,653,004

Suzanne Margaret Charlton Faculty Development

32,197

1 Lt. Forrest P. Ewens Award

62,735

54,342

Faculty Enrichment

75,333

66,450

Hogan Program

29,720

28,622

Michael and Gail Gurian English Award

27,837

0

Anna Marie Ledgerwood

145,985

122,407

Dr. Kay Nakamaye Research Award

35,073

27,504

Robert V. Lyons, Yvonne E. Lyons, Eileen E. Lyons, and Robert V. Lyons, Jr., S.J. Jesuit Academic and Administrative Services

Dallas E. Stroschein Memorial

32,047

26,195

$

36,476

$

Athletics

Athletic Academic Center

35,447

12,736

Lou Barbieri Athletic

118,626

104,709

George Corkery, Jr. Men’s Rowing

69,271

61,145

George Corkery, Jr. Women’s Rowing

69,271

61,145

Cross Country and Track

91,359

0

McCarthey Athletic Compensation

1,065,968

940,917

Men’s Basketball

515,794

0

Scott and Liz Morris Athletic

109,378

95,638

Colleen Randall Women’s Golf Enhancement

540,053

483,496

David and Cathleen Reisenauer Family

25,478

23,683

Leonard and Evelyn Riley Athletic

32,724

28,885

Jonathan and Michele Staben

87,995

83,174

Jacob Triesch Athletic

81,776

72,182

Women’s Basketball

43,128

0

Anonymous/Other

71,936

60,983

Business

1,118,406

978,703

Mission

46,737

41,254

Sodexo: Cataldo Operations

50,025

44,156

62,226

53,023

Anonymous/Other Law School Foundation

John R. Clark Loan Repayment Assistance Program

74,192

59,461

Harvey and Harriet Clarke

336,951

278,951

Marvel Collins

64,289

54,869

Gonzaga Center for Law and Justice

69,711

59,496

Richard and Lynn Guy

62,787

49,017

Law Foundation Scholar

517,899

442,012

Linden Cup

86,999

74,251

Verne and Mary Oliver

42,859

36,579

Norman and Rita Roberts

470,633

409,330

Carrie Welch

462,452

394,689

Total Program Support

$ 14,466,480

$ 10,918,169

Scholarships Acme

$ 45,324 $

Clarence H. Barnes Faculty Fellowship

189,062

153,679

Lawrence D. Acre

181,969

Business Faculty Enrichment

31,841

28,105

Alaska Regional

33,701

Gerard V. and Debora Centioli Faculty Fellowship for

Alberta 170,254

39,743 160,622 29,324 150,096

Excellence in Business Education

116,535

102,864

Henry and Lucy Anderson

53,975

47,643

Loeken Faculty/Staff Recognition

251,725

217,965

Gayle Andrews

32,524

28,708

Angelo and Phyllis Mozilo Faculty Innovation Fund

Richard Angotti Family

27,081

24,300

for the School of Business Administration

670,230

0

Anthony’s

208,611

160,668

Alvin J. Wolff

141,548

0

Apregan Family

36,679

32,376

Tony Arguinchona Memorial

88,706

68,368

Community Service

CCASL Mentoring Programs

118,098

99,557

Arkison

31,194

26,957

Conrad N. Hilton Community Service

244,607

215,912

Geraldine F. Arnold *

2,471,360

2,182,953

Engineering

Athletic Director

424,580

362,859

Paul A. Baldy Memorial

44,102

36,603

Robert B. Bargen, S.J.

103,041

90,953

Clarence H. Barnes

210,965

153,728

Charles A. and Dolores A. Barry Memorial

270,706

238,949

Dr. Robert L. “Bob” Bartlett

23,019

18,610

Kenneth Baugh

28,426

25,091

Bayer Corporation

35,130

31,009

Gerald M. Berger (‘57)

267,092

206,655

Fred and Paula Bevegni

36,485

33,674

Gene J. Colin and Susan M. Janus Engineering Management

94,481

Engineering Design Exposition Day/SCAFCO

54,573

25,264

Don and Carol Herak Engineering Faculty Development 163,685

144,483

Ken Norrie Faculty Development

117,333

103,569

James T. and Eleanor B. Weston

23,808

23,256

0

Gonzaga-in-Florence

Gonzaga-in-Florence

100,606

88,572

Simon and Darcy Manning Florence Traveling

36,707

32,401

* See also Quasi-Endowment


2013

2012

2013

2012

Martin P. Blum

31,938

28,191

Teresita Coombes Trinity

164,730

141,530

Bonanzino Family

29,033

25,627

George and Pearl Corkery

405,298

357,752

Erma A. Bonge

106,830

94,298

Paul Corkery, S.J. and Francis Corkery, S.J. (‘26)

Frank and Sharon Bouten

98,835

85,363

COSTCO

28,934 514,553

25,540

406,517

Helen Brach Foundation

176,836

156,091

Bartley and Catherine Costello

54,899

23,270

Daniel G. Brajcich

2,299,787

2,010,519

Coughlin Family

156,597

128,375

Jim Bresnahan

28,114

27,652

Marie M. Crabtree

42,251

37,294

Brian Brett Memorial

78,670

67,743

C. Pat and Jean Craigen

61,792

54,543 20,458

Mike (‘52) and Marj Brewer Family

79,922

68,347

Colonel John E. Crandall

23,177

Fred L. and Olivia C. Briggs

81,700

69,849

Bing Crosby Memorial

48,867

41,473

Herb, Margaret, Greg, and Evelyn (Edsall) Briggs

39,991

35,300

James and Elizabeth Cummins

68,324

60,309

Brotherly Order of Yo-Yos

114,119

96,609

Charles Henry Davis

932,378

822,999

Mr. and Mrs. Hervy Brulotte

70,522

62,249

Donald Davis, S.J.

24,984

23,600

Carl A. and Carla M. Buck Memorial

36,699

32,394

Jim and Raeceil Day

31,658

19,162

Christopher and Mary Ann Bulger Family

128,042

108,440

Dean’s Business Forum

434,384

350,119 43,687

Paul Buller

33,577

29,071

Richard J. DeBlieck

94,967

Bob and Stevie Burke

166,443

146,917

DeFeyter Family

87,495

77,231

Mary Fahay Busch

85,253

75,251

Dell ‘Osso Family

328,548

285,312 116,459

Judy and Bruce Butler Family

57,328

26,880

Robert and Evelyn Dieringer

131,936

Molly and Stewart Butler

107,464

86,030

Richard W. Dillman Memorial

24,904

21,521

Michael J. Byrne and Richard Spils Memorial

40,303

34,144

William R. and Kathleen A. (McFarland) Dobner

41,983

35,914 46,379

Joseph F. and Sharon M. Cade (‘76)

78,108

67,760

Drs. Albert and Isaslawa Dresner

52,543

Dennis A. and Peggy M. Calfee

106,775

94,249

Theodore Dreyer Memorial

22,811

20,135

California 372,956 329,204

Driessel Family

1,263,520

1,115,295

Callahan-Zeller Foundation

94,075

82,091

Lawrence E. Duffy

558,700

493,158

John E. Cannon, Sr.

410,868

361,542

Walter W. Duncan Memorial

208,430

183,979

C. Pat Carroll, S.J.

185,450

159,137

John (‘26) and Isabel d’Urbal

98,717

87,137

Clifford A. Carroll, S.J.

217,273

191,785

Durkan Family

34,898

30,804 28,923

William Earl Edmonds

32,767

Ehorn

20,929

18,474

401,306

John Wiltsie Epton, Jr.

93,895

82,880

271,548

239,692

Mary Olson Fairhurst Memorial

24,521

21,486

100,000

0

Dennis M. Fazzari

23,839

22,997

Leslie M. Carroll

215,712

190,407

Marguerite M. and Henry J. Casey *

5,739,789

5,066,445

Joseph M. Cataldo, S.J. *

454,640

Alma and Gill A. Centioli Challenge Fund Henri P. Charvet, S.J.

38,196

33,692

I.S. and Emily C. Fetterman

42,114

31,582

Harry E. Chisholm

98,743

87,159

W. Brooks and Martha Fields

556,548

491,169

Class of ‘79

53,249

46,927

Charles C. Finucane

87,770

77,473

Class of 1998

27,702

23,862

John and Mary Ann Firkins Memorial

44,780

37,072 147,044

Robert and Ramona Clavel

23,732

0

Patrick J. Ford, S.J.

167,013

Clawson Family

24,751

23,688

Neal and Helen Fosseen

26,362

23,270

Beverly J. Clegg Memorial

226,731

200,133

A.O. and Evelyn Foster

138,329

122,101

William and Virginia Clemens/Del Skillingstad, S.J.

932,991

823,541

Richard and Orlanta Franck

492,850

435,033

Coca-Cola Foundation

64,273

56,522

Roger and Marian Fruci

31,641

27,929

S. Earl Cochran Memorial

31,634

26,470

Joe P. and Joan L. Gagliardi Family

30,908

27,282 111,238

Coffman Engineers

64,823

57,218

Maurice Gales

126,022

James E. Collins, Jr.

52,437

46,286

John A. Galligan and William F. Donnelly

41,149

32,199

Dr. James R. and Bridget Condon

52,131

46,015

Garco (Athletic)

385,146

339,964

Francis W. Conn, S.J. Memorial

646,026

548,172

Garco (Civil Engineering)

153,342

135,617

Walter J. and Donna F. Conn

1,123,611

991,798

Gemmill Family

84,254

Daryl and Michele Connell

193,778

161,657

General Memorial

52,575

Lawrence F. (‘27, ‘29) and Kathleen Connolly

124,355

109,767

1,574

In 2012-13 Gonzaga enrolled 1,574 STEM majors, including 38 percent women. STEM stands for

25,957

46,407

Gilbert Family

32,242

28,460

Robert J. Gillingham, S.J.

190,704

164,847

Sally Ann Glynn Memorial

36,136

0

John and Alvin Gordon

22,338

19,628

Ed and Candy Gormley

80,839

48,718

Graduate School of Business

98,538

86,899

George and Marianne Grant (Basketball)

220,523

194,653

George and Marianne Grant (Engineering)

218,603

192,959

Grasham

22,448

20,397

Josef and Stephany Gray

155,566

134,937

Grays Harbor

68,546

27,125

Mark A. Gresbrink

45,705

45,705

science, technology, engineering and math. * See also Quasi-Endowment


2013

2012

2013

2012

George and Anita Grismer

83,691

73,399

Frank and Ethel Lenzie

56,588

49,950

GU Bay Area - Via and Bruno

26,719

23,585

Bernard and Mafalda Levernier Family

148,663

131,223

J. Francis Gubbins, S.J.

1,069,721

942,679

C. Maya Lit

81,843

70,128

J. Francis Gubbins, S.J. (Native American)

48,101

42,458

Lena and Nancy Longo

57,440

50,702

73,285

Elizabeth A. Lynn

140,037

Roger K. Guise Memorial

101,529

80,361

M. W. Consulting Engineers

35,143

31,284

Herschel R. and Mary R. Gustafson

109,313

0

Edwin T. MacCamy, M.D., and Elinor McAuley MacCamy

34,370

30,338

Dorothy E. Guild

83,025

158,648

Larry L. Guthrie in honor of Gertrude O. Guthrie

212,729

187,774

Matthew Madison

39,483

34,761

Joseph T. and Patricia P. Hall

225,080

198,675

Harry F. and Colleen B. Magnuson Family

590,270

516,284

Bob and Donna Hanson Family

103,838

75,523

C. Dan Martin and C.Y. Martin *

1,357,075

1,197,875

Erik W. Hanson Memorial

166,540

147,003

Charlotte Martin Foundation

3,470,950

3,707,939

Fred L. and Elizabeth J. Hanson

444,210

392,011

Michael C. Mathis (‘65)

131,015

115,645

Haws

122,752

108,351

Michael C. Mathis Memorial

28,555

25,206

William Randolph Hearst

481,175

424,728

Virginia Maughan

92,515

81,662

Patrick J. Hefferman Family

147,270

141,633

Mary and Ray “Doc” Mauro

69,775

61,590

Tim Henning Memorial

22,914

18,366

Philip G. McCarthey

132,482

116,940

Carol L. Herak

235,790

192,952

Joseph L. McCarthy

189,655

167,406

Herres-Munroe

68,502

57,180

Lawrence H. and Florence (Olivet) McCormack

64,560

56,987

Hersholt Family

33,464

28,108

Helen C. McDonald

176,685

155,958 114,408

William and Ruth Hertz

28,472

22,997

Ivah M. McDonnell

129,613

Hiki No

22,558

20,397

Jimmy McGann

47,746

36,466

Mr. and Mrs. John Hildebrand

27,564

24,330

Dr. James G. McGivern

1,428,340

1,258,595 439,895

Conrad N. Hilton

431,808

381,151

James Francis Cardinal McIntyre

551,682

Daniel P. Hogan, Jr. Family

238,389

210,333

Anita L. (Sherar) McKee

35,269

21,381

Hooker Creek Ranch

513,027

424,678

Denver and Mary McLeod Memorial

102,037

90,067

Stanton Hooper Family

119,956

107,676

John R. “Jack” and Rose C. Meersman

107,088

94,526

Hoover Family

69,928

57,546

Alvera Brown Meighan

155,525

127,769 24,234

Dr. Dennis R. and Sandra W. Horn

41,166

34,754

Eleanor J. Mele

27,455

Judge Bert Horrigan Memorial

123,792

109,269

Merwin

73,484

57,252

Humphreys Entrepreneurial

42,153

0

Joseph C. Metcalfe Memorial

44,947

39,201

W.P. Ilgen

117,882

99,592

John and Catherine Michels

88,403

78,033

LTC. James P. Isenhower, Jr.

25,110

23,678

Patrick T. Mick (‘06)

102,107

89,927 744,329

J “n” M

290,976

244,990

Jack D. Miklos

843,252

Kathryn A. Jacklin Memorial

34,751

0

Don and Betty Miller Memorial

845,169

746,021

Janicki Family

53,467

0

Lyle W. Moore

1,904,756

1,666,719

Thomas Jefferson

173,264

150,786

Al Morisette, S.J.

33,699

27,034

Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Jennings Memorial

107,564

94,945

Taka Moriyasu

57,148

50,444 68,884

1,077,617

Tatsuo “Tex” Moriyasu Memorial

78,039

Eric A. Johnston

341,071

301,060

Moss Adams

22,421

18,348

Ina H. Johnston

384,928

339,772

John and Melinda Moynier

126,992

102,721

Roy J. Johnson Memorial

1,220,835

Kaiser Aluminum Fabricated Products

407,910

360,057

Angelo R. Mozilo Family

338,837

295,801

Albert A. Kelly Memorial

149,661

132,104

Multi-Class

54,386

48,006

Anna and Edward J. Kennedy

74,886

66,101

Duff and Dorothy Kennedy Memorial

1,677,770

1,480,948

Patrick H. and Fran Murphy

181,687

144,210

Murphy Family: Thomas, Katherine, Monica, and Bill (‘32) 105,846

93,429

Joseph R. Keys

487,716

430,501

Clarence and Della Murray

102,889

90,819

Henry and Margaret Kinzer

27,432

24,214

Elaine (Morris) Myers and Patrick Morris

40,576

31,947

Violet and Roy Knott

78,568

69,351

Jack G. and Katherine E. Neupert Memorial

64,778

57,179

Mr. and Mrs. John D. Konlock

31,576

27,872

New Testament Studies

29,086

25,482

Dr. Benjamin C. Koreski

63,091

55,689

Frank A. and Margaret M. Nigro Family

374,903

330,923

Jacob J. and Anna Clara (Voggenthaler) Kuch

62,591

54,313

John W. (‘43) and Francis (Fagan) Nitkey

136,205

120,227

Judge Albert I. Kulzer Memorial

53,498

47,222

Nursing

80,604

66,118

Lampson Family/Father Tony Lehmann

28,215

0

O’Connell Family

41,329

34,781

56,033

Monica and William L. O’Connell, Jr. Memorial

143,417

126,592

208,034

Charlie and Doris O’Connor

1,178,424

1,040,181

Milton F., Leona G. (Kuch) and Milton J. Langlois (‘60) Family 63,480 Louie H. and Donna M. Lapke

262,272

24,778

Timothy J. O’Leary, S.J.

48,497

42,573

Charles and Margaret Larson

564,731

498,482

Donald and Joan Olson

34,300

28,901

Law School

111,760

98,649

108 Club Montana

52,991

46,446

Daniel and Lisa Sue Lee

26,267

23,186

Richard J. O’Neill Family

77,691

68,577

Padre Lehmann/Father Regimbal

309,412

272,069

Michael J. Ornellas (‘66) Memorial

40,662

34,850

Tony Lehmann, S.J.

141,076

120,879

Ossello Family

102,179

90,193

Tony J. Lehmann, S.J.

35,524

31,357

Stanley J. Padden

29,438

25,985

Nina Larkin Memorial

* See also Quasi-Endowment

29,006


2013

2012

2013

2012

Robert “Eddie” Page

195,074

172,190

Robert A. and Celeste Smith

100,344

88,573

Robert and Carol Palencar

664,377

586,438

Frost and Margaret Snyder

510,166

430,901

Pearson Family

106,012

92,693

Sodexo

106,784

94,257

Dr. and Mrs. Otto J. Penna

138,230

122,014

Blanche H. Spitzer

154,763

136,749

Perko Family

31,265

27,121

Spokane Regional

23,735

0

Phoenix Regional

36,847

32,383

Steele-Reese

333,185

294,099 24,833

Megan Therese Piper (‘92) Memorial

64,616

54,572

Jeff and Veronica Steffan

27,935

Polich Family

87,324

77,080

Steilen Family

73,352

64,747

Stephen N. Pope

118,696

104,772

John F. Stepich Memorial

21,176

18,692 384,550

Portland

78,071

68,912

Donald L. and Lucy Ann Stoner

451,611

Portland Regional

95,324

86,635

Tacoma Regional

31,109

27,957

Richard and Helen Powers Family

592,115

192,794

Elizabeth Fluor Taylor

30,910

25,671

Robert K. and Ann J. Powers

217,520

192,002

Richard B. Taylor II Family

147,487

130,185

Edward and Helen Prevol and Arlene Prevol-Koeferl

80,732

71,261

Texas Regional

50,320

32,314

Marty Pujolar

34,753

30,676

Jill and Thatcher Thompson

49,837

47,252

Ravarino

30,857

24,585

Charles A. and Helen Tilford

458,098

403,858

Mark and Barbara Ray

276,451

249,839

Timberlake Family

35,785

0

Paul Redmond

53,689

0

John and Ann Timm

26,706

23,573 29,913

Paul and Barbara Redmond

58,839

47,179

Michael and Annie Tobin Family

39,260

Regents Nucleus

102,462

60,944

Toepel Family Memorial

43,435

37,870

Cayla Reisenauer Family

25,128

23,683

Ernest H. and Greta M. Toll

114,109

100,722

Edward J. and Bunny (Suva) Renouard

63,202

48,758

Walter A. Toly Memorial

1,148,062

1,013,381

Edward J. and Bunny (Suva) Renouard (Engineering)

57,478

43,705

Erwin J. Toner, S.J.

223,033

106,796

Gilbert and Catherine Rhodes

231,860

204,660

Townsend Memorial

285,250

251,787

Margaret S. Richards Memorial

282,801

249,625

Peter M. Tripp Memorial

41,954

36,728

Richardson Family

62,812

55,444

John Tubbs Memorial *

292,629

258,300

Aleck M. and Mary M. Ripple Memorial

114,483

98,789

Tucci Family Florence

188,844

156,533

Norman and Dorita Roberts Family

211,897

186,580

Tucci Family/NAPA

507,243

447,268

Roche Family

87,583

77,308

Susan M. Rauenhorst Turner

191,248

164,118

Jim and Jean Roeber Family

77,516

64,667

Richard E. Twohy, S.J.

29,627

25,749

Mary Stuart Rogers Foundation

26,954

23,768

Union Pacific Foundation

105,197

92,856

Roothaan

226,350

196,980

V-12

161,028

138,040

David and Maureen Rorick

29,826

26,327

William L. Van Sistine

1,472,262

1,299,549 88,825

Joseph Merton and Jessie Rosauer Family

322,826

281,888

Anthony Via, S.J.

100,630

Glo E. Ross

37,316

32,938

Anthony P. Via, S.J.

35,512

30,744

Rudisile Family

52,061

45,954

Vogelheim Family

250,688

221,280

Kermit (‘51) and Frances Rudolf (Athletic)

61,566

54,344

Pat and Sandy Volkar

1,085,827

958,447

Kermit (‘51) and Frances Rudolf (Law)

89,288

78,344

Vomaske Family

371,549

327,962

Donald R. and Kathleen P. Ryan Memorial

71,496

63,109

Anthony T. Wadden/Michael B. Herzog

47,324

41,244

Sachtjen Family

69,582

54,847

Wallace Foundation

42,674

37,668

Madeleine St. Marie

133,265

117,632

Frank Walter (Two Honest Friars)

26,550

23,435

Frances A. and Sam R. Salla Memorial

271,797

239,913

Robert Wark

108,605

95,865

Timothy J. Sarbaugh

72,623

63,895

Prentice and Virginia Warner

81,749

72,158

Carrie Welch

77,834

68,703

Megan M. (Taylor) Satchell (‘02) and Sarah J. (Taylor) Schwering (‘04)

29,807

26,116

Wellpinit and Nespelem

23,565

24,753

Mary L. Schons

39,599

34,416

Helen and Joe Welty

696,335

614,647

William H. Schumaker

108,013

95,342

Christopher M. West Memorial

1,420,104

1,248,931

Seattle Regional

53,975

32,855

Jeanne Wiest

108,468

93,935

Fr. Bruno Segatta

96,071

84,801

Harry L. Williams

29,511

0

Joseph M. Shabaz

187,022

165,083

WINGS

130,338

112,219

R. Michael and Mary (Owens) Shanahan

224,192

194,309

David Wollersheim

165,105

Malcolm C. and Elizabeth M. Sharp, Sr; Malcolm C. Sharp, Jr., and James Lauchland Sharp, Sr.

44,347

39,051

Mary Katherine Shaw Memorial

245,156

214,936

Archie P. Sherar Memorial

39,612

31,461

Shiel Family ***

0

29,425

Ivan A. Shirk

83,500

72,756

Paul B. Shorett Memorial

131,361

115,951

Dr. Robert G. Skok

37,235

32,867

Harry H. and Marguerite Sladich

44,688

39,445

Elmer E. Smith, Jr.

83,124

55,898

* See also Quasi-Endowment *** Moved to Restricted Fund

Anonymous/Other 1,205,963

138,228 1,021,110

Law School Foundation Action for Diversity Awareness

43,999

37,552

Bronze Tile

50,311

42,939

Kenneth Butler Memorial

160,336

136,494

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chastek *

101,757

86,846

Class Reunion (Law)

44,094

37,633

John and Mary Jo Costello

52,159

44,516

Janice (Bennett) Geier

21,275

18,157

Gonzaga Student Bar Association

29,139

24,766


2013

2012

2013 Dr. Scholl Foundation, Chair of Chemistry

2012

Dennis M. Hottell

28,268

24,126

Marcus Kelly Family

26,835

22,903

School of Business

1,634,192

1,442,482

Nora Garvin Kommers

22,959

19,595

John L. Aram,Chair of Business Ethics *

1,096,203

967,605

Law Centennial

35,734

0

Dr. Erwin Graue, Chair of Economics *

1,517,861

1,339,798

Law Faculty Student

58,229

49,697

James R. Jundt, Chair of Economics *

1,586,680

1,400,544

William Lindberg

28,414

24,242

Pigott Professor of Entrepreneurship

1,877,063

1,666,545

Lita and Paul Luvera

618,513

511,432

Lloyd Meeds Memorial

30,218

25,699

Kinsey M. Robinson, Chair of Business Administration *

1,635,800

1,443,902

Yale Metzger and Susan Richmond

56,407

48,142

Thomas More

467,975

389,389

Joseph C. and Muriel E. Murphy

195,622

165,979

149,875

122,646

Nuxoll Family Memorial

137,028

116,950

Lewis H. Orland

178,082

151,760

Barbara Helen Perrey Memorial

22,959

19,595

Drew Corley Pierson Memorial

31,092

26,536

Philip M. and Mary Raekes

162,660

134,256

Renee Reuther

54,660

47,527

Judge Willard J. Roe Memorial

401,268

342,471

Lee M. Solomon

110,602

94,396

Pat and Diane Sullivan

143,348

122,344

Sylvia Ann Thomas

34,792

29,694

Jim Vache

21,174

18,071

Carrie Welch

316,150

269,739

Dennis Wheeler and Jacqueline Wheeler

26,772

0

Workland/Gose

183,807

156,874

Anonymous/Other

304,667

242,892

Total Scholarships

$ 85,271,779

61,314

J. Donald and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran, Faculty Chair

Anonymous/Other

2,067

1,692

Law School Foundation

Frederick N. and Barbara T. Curley, Chair of Commercial Law

J. Donald and Va Lena (Scarpelli) Curran, Faculty Chair

617,217

535,404

John J. Hemmingson, Chair of Civil Liberties

1,720,020

1,467,988

Smithmoore P. Myers, Dean’s Chair

284,278

238,765

2,198,516

1,876,370

LECTURES

Van F. Christoph, S.J., Memorial

179,726

175,708

William Lyle Davis, S.J., Memorial

131,637

116,194

649,379

554,226

Law School Foundation

Paul N. and Lita T. Barnett Luvera

Total Professorships and Lectures

$ 23,017,668

$ 20,175,102

TOTAL RESTRICTED ENDOWMENTS

$ 124,715,513

$ 106,600,679

TOTAL PERMANENT ENDOWMENTS

$ 128,490,946

$ 109,750,640

$ 73,783,769

Jundt Art Museum $

School of Law

Carol Albright

Museum Exhibition

422,095

$

372,578

54,122

Fredrick and Genevieve Schlatter

83,500

73,704 110,062

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Libraries

William N. Bischoff, S.J. (History)

124,907

Frank B. Costello, S.J. (Political Science)

58,673

50,851

Joseph P. Delay (Law)

123,812

110,653

Foley Library (General)

81,123

71,607

Parents’ Library (Periodicals)

26,181

23,110

Steele-Reese Foundation (Humanities)

514,160

453,843

John H. Taylor, S.J. Memorial (Classical Languages and Patristics)

119,509

105,489

Charles J. Walsh, S.J. Memorial (Law)

68,641

60,588

Anonymous/Other

65,029

57,400

Law School Foundation

Thomas and Helen Greenan Law Library

100,345 47,232

85,642 40,311

Law Review

24,472

20,740

Lesley Lee Memorial

29,883

25,504

Anonymous/Other

8,711

7,435

Total Museum and Libraries

$ 1,959,587

$ 1,723,640

$ 2,024,814

$

9

Nine new leaders at GU (2012-13): Vice President for Student Development Judi Biggs Garbuio. Joe Poss, named vice president for University Advancement. New deans: Elisabeth Mermann–Jozwiak, Arts & Sciences. Vincent Alfonso, Education. Brenda Stevenson Marshall, Nursing & Human Physiology.

PROFESSORSHIPS College of Arts and Sciences Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J., Chair of Christian Philosophy

Joe Kinsella, associate academic vice president, 1,784,517

Global Engagement. Richard Menard, director, Studies Abroad. Paul Manoguerra, director, Jundt

Milo P. and Maud O. Flannery, Chair of Theology

1,794,057

1,583,593

Kreielsheimer Foundation, Chair of Fine Arts

1,641,792

1,449,191

Timothy J. O’Leary, S.J.,Chair of Chemistry *

834,292

734,921

Robert K. and Ann J. Powers, Chair of Humanities

1,442,199

1,273,012

* See also Quasi-Endowment

Art Museum. Michelle Wheatley, named director University Ministry.


QUASI-ENDOWMENTS

2013

2012

2013

2012

General Support

Christine Bozarth **

Harry L. “Bing” Crosby

$

642,803

$

567,394

George J. Struble

86,619

76,457

138,760

John and Betty Tubbs Memorial **

561,123

495,297

Frank McMahon

Coletta W. O’Meara

246,718

217,775

Peter and Carol Welk

102,676

90,631

149,610

132,059

114,138

100,748

134,049

Anonymous/Other Law School Foundation

Quasi-Endowment 1,426,599 1,181,034 Total General Support

$ 2,713,917

$

2,337,771

TRINITY TRUST

Total Scholarships

$ 13,914,283

$ 12,077,473

TOTAL QUASI-ENDOWMENTS

$ 29,967,682

$ 26,194,289

ANNUITY AND LIFE INCOME

2013

2012

Alphonse A. and Geraldine F. Arnold Distinguished Professorship

Dr. John B. † and Lorraine H. Adams

Frank and Ilse Bourbeau

105,445

101,705

Alphonse A. and Geraldine F. Arnold President’s Fund

Name Withheld by Request

929,452

829,167

Alphonse A. and Geraldine F. Arnold Scholarship **

Dr. Robert Joseph and Thelma Rose Bartoletti † Casey 186,358

Alan and Ann Cawkwell

83,604

65,347

Name Withheld by Request

485,118

447,423

J. Donald and Va Lena Curran William A. † and Tasia Davenport

214,519

101,407

36,225

35,162

Joseph † and Edna Deichl

345,996

331,435

$ 6,022,681

$

5,316,150

Program Support

Edith L. Anderson

$

201,807

$

178,133

John L. Aram, Chair of Business Ethics **

265,371

234,240

Horace C. Bozarth

768,170

678,055

Patrick J. Cavanaugh Faculty Enrichment

142,440

125,730

College Science Research

1,348,330

1,190,155

1,743,750

1,743,750

21,022

20,803

Jim and Maxine Finlen

72,296

66,879

Maurice Gales **

317,778

277,601

Gary Glenn Name Withheld by Request †

22,336

Charles E. † and Barbara Hennessey, Jr.

447,788

422,504

Phillip and Lorelei Herres

157,107

146,639

Richard and Nina Hofmeister

27,005

24,527

Margel Kaufman

30,932

0

Dorothy C. Kelly

305,118

184,110

Arthur E. Kennedy John J. and Nancy L. † Lee

39,000

35,755

33,822

31,634

John and Elizabeth † Leonard

20,770

19,469

The Hon. John J. Madden

24,932

23,076

Jack and Mary McCann

1,040,339

982,694

Joseph L. McCarthy Trust

Robert and Claire McDonald

3,904,435

Dr. Joseph and Clara Monks Joseph C. † and Muriel E. Murphy **

85,422

74,788

81,871

78,908

Name Withheld by Request

1,000,000

0

13,154

268,765

242,192

6,462,894

William R. Ogle ** Edward E. and Yvonne † Ralph

205,139

187,455

Dennis T. and Kathryn (Cullen) Richardson, Sr.

107,616

98,033

Name Withheld Upon Request

266,904

251,243

Lucille A. Rooney Trust

279,269

256,618

94,094

68,536

Virginia Schurra Stephen B. † and Mary E. Shinn

206,325

175,125

Bartholomew M. † and Sarah Stevens

34,923

32,649

45,814

45,368

Ivan and Marlene Stewart George and Margaret Tiesse †

F. Ray Vollert

110,768

Pat and Carol West **

209,718

Harry L. Williams Trust †

Lee and Barbara Wright

36,028

33,102

John T. Yeats

77,254

74,582

Anonymous/Other

23,361

34,682

110,301

97,362

26,316

27,316

Dr. Erwin Graue, Chair of Economics **

163,572

144,383

Don and Carol Herak Engineering Equipment

1,054,682

930,956

Hildebrand-Pease Law Library

191,844

169,338

International Cultural Center

83,523

73,724

Jesuit Mission Trust

844,383

745,327

James R. Jundt, Chair of Economics **

368,256

325,055

Kellogg

68,248

60,242

Law School Restricted

328,818

290,244

Mission Trust

324,271

286,582

Mosque Operations

50,579

44,646

John W. Murphy

566,423

499,975

NCAA Athletic Academic Enhancement

40,794

36,008

Timothy J. O’Leary, S.J., Chair of Chemistry **

119,299

105,304

Kinsey M. Robinson, Chair of Business Administration **

155,522

137,277

School of Business Educational Enrichment

78,950

69,688

14,902 $

SCHOLARSHIPS $

392,228

$

Joseph and Peggy Brennan

Marguerite M. and Henry J. Casey **

Joseph M. Cataldo, S.J.

354,558

312,965

Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chastek **

1,320,477

1,165,570

Comstock Foundation

3,944,769

3,482,002

Sperry H. Goodman

1,036,840

915,207

Donald and Pauline Hagan

224,138

0

Fred L. and Elizabeth J. Hanson Athletic

163,611

144,418

Horton and Mazie Herman

249,461

220,196

Kathyrn A. Jacklin Memorial

52,194

46,071

102,543

346,215 90,513

Ed and Euretta James

331,467

292,582

Arlene E. and Arthur L. LaMasters

182,606

161,184

C. Y. Martin Foundation **

1,964,312

1,727,217

John Prange, S.J. Ignatian Leaders

2,495,004

2,202,311

Roach Family

192,688

170,084

Mary F. Simkins

156,969

138,555

** See also Permanent Endowments

174,602

Marcella Farrington

Arthur L. Dussault, S.J., Foundation**

$ 7,316,801

135,416

Nancy C. Driscoll

Maud O. Flannery **

Total Program Support

$

Anonymous/Other

154,654

$

20,832

0

988,166

0

0

99,650

906,485 3,373,870

18,880 101,598 0 27,048

Total Annuity and Life Income Endowments

$ 14,871,239

$ 12,402,752

TOTAL ENDOWMENTS AND LIFE INCOME

$ 173,329,867

$ 148,347,680


Trustees and Regents Governance 2012-13 TRUSTEES

REGENTS

Alvin J. Wolff, Jr., Chair Scott Morris, Vice Chair Timothy Barnard Paul W. Brajcich Fred A. Brown Timothy Clancy, S.J. Gerri Craves Donald Curran John Fitzgibbons, S.J. Theresa Gee Michael J. Graham, S.J. John Hemmingson Steve Kuder, S.J. David J. Leigh, S.J. Rita Illig Liebelt John J. Luger Shannon McCambridge Jack McCann Philip G. McCarthey Thayne M. McCulloh, D. Phil. John P. McGarry, S.J. Kevin D. McQuilkin Donald P. Nelles Michael A. Patterson James E. Powers Edward A. Reese, S.J. Joseph S. Rossi, S.J. Kathleen Magnuson Sheppard Peter F. Stanton Edward Taylor Robert H. Tomlinson

John J. Parente, Chair D. Michael Reilly, Vice Chair Mary Herche, Vice Chair Gregory A. Hubert, Past President Richard F. Angotti Peter Arkison Anjali Barretto Michael Bayley Mark S. Britton Gregory Bui Sharon Cade Rebecca A. Cates Gerard V. Centioli Craig T. Clifford Walter F. Conn Va Lena Curran Dr. Barbara Daniels Kevin D. Daniels Robert J. Day Angel M. Diez Patricia A. Etter Al Falkner David B. Gallant William J. Geary Carl B. Grether Lori Grether Daniel P. Harbaugh Michael Hazel John E. “Jack” Heath, III Steve Helmbrecht Lorelei Herres Kevin M. Hickey Christine M. Hogan Stanton K. Hooper Kyle Hubbard Gregory M. Huckabee Lisa Janicki Donald L. Jans Eileen Johnston Marcus Jundt Margel Kaufman Christy Larsen Michael D. Lucarelli Lita Luvera Simon Manning Robert McCambridge Thomas K. McCarthey Malori McGill Dr. C. Harold Mielke Jr. John P. Moynier Michael Pellicciotti Linda Pierce Richard Powers William Quigg Jeffrey Reed

EMERITI John Andrew James F. Aylward Wiliam Burch Walter J. Conn Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J. Luino Dell’Osso Sherwood L. Fawcett William E. Hayes, S.J. Donald Herak Bobbie Huguenin James R. Jundt Duff Kennedy W. P. Laughlin Angelo R. Mozilo David A. Sabey Thomas B. Tilford Patrick J. West

Renee Reuther Steven D. Robinson Sr. Kathleen Ross, S.N.J.M. Jill Royston Denny Ryerson Karen L. Sayre Reed Schifferman James Schumacher Richard J. Shinder Patricia Smith Albert A. Stadtmueller Laura Stepovich Tramonte Richard Taylor, II Thatcher S. Thompson Timothy Thompson Michele A. Tiesse Anna Timberlake Dr. Diane Timberlake John Timm Michael Tobin Sr. Mary E. Tracy, S.N.J.M. Michael F. Tucci Autumn Vargas Kurt Walsdorf Tyler Wasson Kevin P. West Fritz H. Wolff James J. Workland William Wrigglesworth, Jr. Irving Zakheim

EMERITI Anne Aram Nancy Burnett Joseph P. Delay Dr. Thomas A. Driscoll Judith Gilmartin Josef E. Gray Donald Hackney Donald R. Kayser John Kelly Bernard Levernier Wilfrid G. Loeken Claire McDonald Robert McDonald Colleen Meighan Mary Jane Patterson James H. Prince Philip M. Raekes Edward Ralph Gary Randall L. Philip Reinig Charles H. Steilen David J. Taylor

1,254 In 2012-13, Gonzaga conferred 1,254 undergraduate degrees. The graduating class of 2013 earned an average 3.40 GPA. As well, 209 students earned cum laude; 184 earned magna cum laude; 36 earned summa cum laude.


2012-13 THE ADMINISTRATION

Thayne M. McCulloh President

Bernard J. Coughlin, S.J. Chancellor

Earl F. Martin Executive Vice President

Patricia Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connell Killen Academic Vice President

Charles J. Murphy Vice President for Finance

Joe Poss Acting Vice President for University Advancement BOARD OF MEMBERS Kevin Waters, S.J. Presiding Officer

Fr. Frank Case, S.J. Vice President for Mission

Michael Roth Director of Athletics

Maureen McGuire Corporation Counsel

Robert Lyons, S.J. Secretary Stephen Kuder, S.J., (Rector, GU Jesuit Community) Timothy Clancy, S.J. Scott Coble, S.J. C.A. Hightower, S.J.

Michael B. Herzog Chief of Staff to the President

Margot J. Stanfield Senior Vice President for Principal Gifts

Sue D. Weitz Vice President for Student Life

Ken Krall, S.J. Anthony Via, S.J.

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