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Ultimate Trailblazer From competitive Frisbee to her pursuit of a Ph.D, Christine Georgakakos ’11 welcomes all challenges in life and on the Appalachian Trail


W I T H O P EN ARMS Lucie Bornholm, better known as Coach B to Golden Bears everywhere, headed up a list of noted athletes and coaches who were inducted into the Wall of Fame on Friday, Sept. 23, during halftime of the HIES-Wesleyan football game. The Wall of Fame was established in 2008; it recognizes and honors outstanding varsity athletes, coaches and/ or contributors who have demonstrated excellence in their athletic pursuits. The five inductees included Daniel Blaustein ’08, Jamie Fleming ’96, Morgan Fleming ’98 and coaches Ron Green and Coach B. See “Class Notes” for group photo and more details on page 25.

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featured this issue M I S S I O N S TAT E M E N T Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School develops in students a love of learning, respect for self and others, faith in God, and a sense of service to the world community.

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The Physics of Success

Alfred “Alfie” Farris ’09 returned to Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School to deliver the keynote address at the HIES National Honor Society induction and imparted some of the wisdom he has gained through his successes and failures, trials and errors.

HEAD OF SCHOOL Paul A. Barton BOARD OF TRUSTEES

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Dr. Michael B. Stewart, Chairman of the Board Mr. Clay Rolader, Treasurer

Julie Walker Grigsby ’91, President Glen Bowen ’97 Stephanie Brown ’00 Sean Butkus ’07 Michael Griffin ’00 Annie Hollett ’10 Amy Fore Kane ’04 Kelly Voyles Kardian ’91 Cara Puckett Roxland ’01 Kate Stice Stewart ’04 4

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The Ultimate Trailblazer

Mr. Paul A. Barton, Head of School Mr. Kevin Brown Mr. Chris H. Burnett Mr. David M. Calhoun Mr. William S. Creekmuir Mr. Robert L. Cullens, Jr. Mrs. Helen M. Donahue Mr. C. Brandon Downs The Rev. Charles L. Fischer III Mr. Bruce G. Ford, ex-officio Mrs. Leigh Jackson Mrs. Jolie Maxwell Ms. Madelaine McCrorie Ms. Bonnie Terwilliger Meshad Mr. Matthew Middelthon Mrs. Laura S. Miles Mr. Hugh Mooney Mr. Neil L. Pruitt, Jr. The Rev. John Thompson-Quartey Dr. Josephine Reed-Taylor Mr. Arthur Wesley Reynolds Mr. William B. Shaheen Mr. Neal Sumter Mrs. Marie F. Thomas Mrs. Claire Abreu Webber Mr. John W. Wright II ALUMNI ADVISORY BOARD

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Christine Georgakakos ’11 stormed through her undergraduate studies at Cornell University, where she is now in pursuit of a Ph.D. in biological and environmental engineering. Somehow, along the way, she found the time and energy to hike all 2189.8 miles of the Appalachian Trail.

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A Timely Conversation

During a heated election season, HIES was able to bring together Dick Gephardt and Newt Gingrich to discuss how they were able to engage with each of their oppositions in Washington in a manner in which the timeless ideals of our democracy were maintained.

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Places of Hope

A place of hope was found at HIES for one refugee-turned-graduate who is now dedicating his life to providing the same type of hope for orphan refugees in his homeland in West Africa.

DIRECTOR OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT Michele Duncan

PHOTOGRAPHY Julie Fennell

michele.duncan@hies.org

julie.fennell@hies.org

DIRECTOR OF ALUMNI RELATIONS/SPECIAL EVENTS Tamika Weaver

DESIGN Andrew Payne

tamika@hies.org

EDITOR Andrew Payne andrew.payne@hies.org

CREATIVE DIRECTOR Andrew Payne

CONTRIBUTORS James Barker, photographer Christine Brodnan, Horizons at HIES Site Director Michael Guthrie, graphic designer Dunn Neugebauer, writer and holder of lots of jobs Peggy Shaw, writer


letter from the editor

The More Things Change Andrew Payne

Director of Communications

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The Class of 1995 was the first to graduate as seniors from Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, a full generation removed from the toddling maiden-voyagers that proudly filled their diminutive classroom seats in 1959. HIES began in September that year under the leadership of Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church rector, The Rev. Hugh Saussy, Jr., and was guided by Lillabel West, the first school director. In the 19591960 academic year there were little more than 70 students enrolled in the entire school. Cigar boxes were required, not confiscated, and to graduate meant students would be moving not to dorm rooms across the country, organic chemistry labs and tailgates, but rather on to discover if Dick and Jane would meet even more friends and neighbors in the second grade. Oh, the places they would go in 1960! Like members of the HIES Class of 1995, I am a Gen Xer. I am old enough to have worn a Nirvana t-shirt out of a deep-seated devotion to the band and not as an ironic statement. I was once cool, or assumed it. Once, but no longer. I came to that realization this summer while attempting to purchase a smoothie. The Payne family had just returned to Atlanta after a five-year hiatus in Memphis. In due course, we went through all the normal moving-back-from-out-of-state processes. Setting up gas, water, power, trash, over-tipping the movers and switching from a state bank to one with more of a national footprint. And with that bank switch came a new debit card. My new card had “the chip.” My old card didn’t. In fact, no card I ever owned before had the chip. The chip encrypts information to help increase data security when making transactions at terminals or ATMs that are chipenabled. It also initiates an impromptu IQ test that I fail every single time I use the card—most notably, the first time. So there I was. I ordered my smoothie. It was the same smoothie I have ordered every time I have ever ordered a smoothie—which makes me wonder why I still insist upon staring at the menu with even the slightest look of critical examination on my face before placing the order. ... When the smooth-rista finished making the drink to my specifications—so that its chemical profile would be identical to that of a chocolate milkshake—she rang me up. The total was given, and I whipped out my brand new, nationalfootprint-bank debit card. A card, that by the way, has a magnetic stripe. I repeat: It has a magnetic stripe. As I have done 10,000 times before when making purchases, I swiped the stripe. Nothing. I turned it around. Swiped again. Nothing. “Do you have the chip, sir?” the cashier asked. “Why yes. Of course, I have the chip,” I scoffed. “My bank has a national footprint. See?” “That’s why it’s not swiping.” “Oh, I thought this was one of the scanners that can do the swiping and the chipping. I’ll just go the ole ‘chip route’ on this one, eh?” I had no idea what to do. I was stranded at the counter twirling my chip-embedded card through my fingers like Doc Holliday rolled

silver coins over his knuckles before calling Johnny Ringo—except I dropped it. Twice. Where does ‘the chip’ go? I tried to read the context clues, look for a flashing arrow, follow a trail of chia seeds. Nothing. I began to feel the hungry eyes of every customer behind me in the lunch-time line. And so, in an act of total desperation I began to wave the card over the scanner. Perhaps the machine would have lasers or something that could read this mysterious chip card. Nothing. After I had displayed my new level of ignorance for the world to see, the cashier reached across the counter, picked up the scanner and pointed to the card slot. “It goes here.” “Oh, y’all have the ‘front-loader.’ Ha. I’ll just be. Been a long time since I’ve seen one of these.” I put the chip in and removed it quickly. BUZZZ!!! Such an aggressive sound. Left no doubt that I was doing something completely wrong. And we all heard it three more times before I relinquished. I knew I had been beaten. I asked the long-suffering smooth-rista to tell me exactly what to do. She did. I paid and left with a half-melted chocolate-flavored drink and thought about how hard my brother and I used to laugh at our mother when she was about the age I am now, after we got our first television with a remote control. She would change channels with the remote, holding it tightly with both hands, like she was in a shooting gallery, taking dead aim, terrified she’d miss the target and scorch the family photo on the wall. We’ve come full circle. The passage of time is humbling. But, it also makes you feel sincere gratitude for the moments you’ve enjoyed and the moments you’ve shared in a community—much like all the moments I enjoyed and shared during my first term in the HIES communications office, which began more than 15 years ago. Upon my recent return to my old post at HIES, I was overwhelmed by warm feelings of sentimentality when I saw the faces of so many people near and dear to my family and me. I was also heartened by the reassurance that comes from knowing that although the earth is spinning at a thousand miles per hour, the timeless values of community, scholarship and the love for self and others, still stand firm at the center of our small world on Mount Vernon Highway. There may be new buildings, new faces, cutting-edge educational programs and classroom techniques, but the heart and soul of Holy Innocents’ have been treated well by time, by the passage of time. They endure. They remain unchanged, unblemished by the corrosive effects of the raging rivers of fleeting trends, attitudes, magnetic stripes and chip cards. Members of the alumni, Torchbearer is your magazine. It always will be. Let us know where you are and what you are doing. We want to tell your stories. Holy Innocents’ is your school. It is our school. And it always will be. Some things will never change.

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around campus

ANNUAL HALLOWEEN PARADE The Halloween Parade has been a beloved HIES tradition since its beginning in 1971, when costumed students in pre-school through eighth grade paraded in front of what is now the Lower School. This joyful event brings together faculty, staff, parents and children of all ages for a special occasion that celebrates both the youngest and oldest students in the HIES community. Pictured above are the 33 Alpha-Omega students of the Class of 2017 with Dorothy Sullivan, Lower School principal and consummate rainbow leaper.

PRAYER BREAKFAST WITH GOVERNOR, FIRST LADY Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School proudly welcomed Gov. Nathan Deal and First Lady Sandra Deal to campus on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016, for the HIES Father & Son and Mother & Daughter Prayer Breakfasts. Pictured above are senior Cade Anderson (left), Gov. Deal and Mr. Paul Barton, Head of School.

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SUMMER IN JAPAN HIES students, at left, spent five nights in ancient Kyoto, Japan this summer, before flying to Sapporo for a wonderful week with our sister school community of Asahigaoka High School. Picture in the top row in their HIES shirts are Brendan McCloskey ’16, left, Macnair Sawiki, junior; Alex Hyatt, sophomore; and Davis Hatcher, junior.


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GOLDEN BEARS GET UNICEF KID POWER “Finally, we have a chance to save other kids.” That’s what third-grader Dawson Radaszewski said as he walked into a UNICEF Kid Power kickoff Friday on campus. Kid Power involves wearing safe activity bands and then synching those to a special kidfriendly app. HIES students in grades 1 through 5 will wear the bands this year while doing everyday activities, and acquire points that earn therapeutic food packets that UNICEF supplies to malnourished children around the world. Simply put: The more students move, the more points they will earn, and the more lives they can save. Randi Aton, the health and physical education teacher who organized Kid Power for Holy Innocents’, expects the project to empower the Lower School. “When does a child in their lifetime feel that they have the opportunity to save a life, or the power to change the world? This gives our kids the opportunity, and they know it.” Thanks to two generous donors, Lower School administrators originally purchased 376 UNICEF Kid Power Bands from Target, a U.S. Fund for UNICEF Presenting Sponsor. Then teachers and administrators became interested in wearing the activity bands, and now Upper School students in the HIES Program for Global Studies may get involved, at least in discussions that are sparked about global service issues. For example, Lower School students will go on “missions” and learn about different cultures. “Throughout the year, our Global, Faith and Service classes will study the children we’re reaching in the different areas of the world,” Aton said. “There are even videos on the app.” The project is being incorporated into other classroom activities, as well. “A teacher might say, you know you have to have about 2,400 steps for a Kid Power Point,” Aton said. “Then students can translate it into an equation to see how many kids are getting this nutrition.” (Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Foodpackets contain a specially designed protein and vitamin-rich peanut paste.) Third-grader Wyatt Maiellaro plans to wear his even during his football games, “so I can get more steps to help people.” Classmate Hollis Thompson, who actually received hers as a birthday present last July, likes the trackers because, “I want to give to kids.” And Truman Gephardt’s favorite thing is “not that it counts your steps but that it feeds malnourished children in countries, like Africa.” Truman’s mom, Tricia Gephardt, identified the project as an example of Holy Innocents’ thinking on a large scale. “The school has a new idea and goes for it, not on a small scale, but on a scale that includes everyone,” she said. “This Kid Power Band enables my boys (Truman and Ernest) to make a difference—to know that they have the power to move and help another child in need. “And now they can envision a world that is bigger than they are,” she added. “We look at the map to see where the countries are and why they need help. And we can use that lesson closer to home and help people in our own country and community, based on the lessons we learn with the bands.” Students, faculty and administrators are doing the project collaboratively, as a team. That should take off any competitive edge. “We’re doing this as a family,” Aton said. COURTYARD GARDEN DEDICATED IN MEMORY OF ALICE MALCOLM The Alice Law Malcolm Garden, located outside Malcolm Library and adjacent to the Stephens Family Courtyard, was officially unveiled and dedicated Oct. 24. Alice Law Malcolm, a beloved figure at Holy Innocents’ from 1959 (the year the school opened) until her death on Oct. 10, 2015, was a passionate gardener who held a degree in landscape architecture from the University of Georgia. The courtyard garden, which includes small rose bushes and fall plantings, has as its centerpiece a striking water feature, composed of glass, which displays the HIES shield.

TIE CEREMONY MARKS BEGINNING OF SCHOOL YEAR Kindergartners presented seniors with their senior class ties and seniors gave kindergartners bookbags last August, in the Stephens Family Courtyard, marking the beginning of the 2016-2017 academic year. Head of School Paul Barton spoke at the beginning of the ceremony, telling students, faculty and guests that the 128 members of the senior class are now the school leaders. “These are young men and women who model kindness, perseverance and integrity by the example they set in classrooms, on athletic fields, on stage in the FAB and in chapel — they will lead us in the way they treat everyone, from the littlest among us to one other,” he said. “To the Class of 2017, we ask you to honor and appreciate the trust we are placing in you as you receive your tie from a member of the Class of 2029. You have earned our respect and admiration,” Mr. Barton said. “Lead us to the best year our school has ever had.”

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THE PHYSICS OF SUCCESS One man’s journey from the ‘worst wrestler in Golden Bears history’ to head of the class at UGA.

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November, Alfred “Alfie” Farris ’09 returned to Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School to deliver the keynote address at the HIES National Honor Society induction. Mr. Farris is a graduate student in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia, within the Department of Physics and Astronomy. He spoke to students about the value of trying new things and being persistent. Mr. Farris graduated from Emory University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science in applied physics. He is currently working as a teaching assistant and pursuing a doctoral degree in physics at UGA. During his time at UGA, he has won the Outstanding Teaching Assistant award, is a member of the Future Faculty Program and is currently teaching a college-level physics class. What follows on the adjacent page are some of his words to the NHS inductees, the Upper School and the HIES community:

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IN THEIR OWN WORDS

Alfred “Alfie” Farris ’09

alpha-omega | physics teacher | athens, ga. I felt average at Holy Innocents’, but when I was inducted into the NHS it gave me the confidence to challenge myself and to accept the challenges of my teachers and coaches. Today, I am carrying out computer simulations of proteins and use statistical mechanics to understand how and why they fold. Seven years ago I was sitting in this chapel, listening to members of the alumni talk about their experiences, and I didn’t really ever think I would be that guy. But, here we are. While teaching intro physics last semester, I ended up teaching one of my classmate’s little sisters, who also graduated from HIES. It is interesting how small the world is. I started off as one of the worst wrestlers in the history of Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School. I only won a single match my first year. One thing that changed this path of mediocrity was my decision to take chances, even though I might fail, which is always scary. I decided to take the hardest classes that I could. I decided to really commit to wrestling. I became captain of the wrestling team, and ended up losing in the state finals. This was an example of failure in my eyes, and this is part of taking chances. But it taught me so much more than winning would have. Character determines how we respond to all of life’s hurdles, or how persistent we are.

Academic accomplishments and athletic accomplishments are quite different. Academics require a desire to learn. Athletics require a desire to lead, to lead your team to victory. They both build character. Persistence is your friend. You will find that to be true only by taking chances, which can entail failure. At Holy Innocents’, I met a few amazing teachers who pushed me harder academically than I had ever been pushed. I met a few amazing coaches who pushed me harder athletically that I had ever been pushed. Jeff Walrich was the most influential coach that I had, and probably the most influential person on my overall development. Other coaches who were also super influential were Kacey Michelsen, Stacey Davis and Daniel Forrester. Do not be afraid to fail. Students should take a chance. Take the harder classes, play a different sport, start an organization. Take the initiative to seek out the challenges. And teachers must push the students; I promise they will love you for it eventually, and then tell the world about you. Being on the other side now, teaching physics to college kids, I find the most rewarding thing is to push them to the point where you see them grow, just like so many of my HIES teachers and coaches did for me.

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Ultimate Trailblazer From competitive Frisbee to her pursuit of a Ph.D, Christine Georgakakos ’11 welcomes all challenges in life and on the Appalachian Trail

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Two thousand one hundred eighty-nine miles. ... It takes long enough to type that distance. Imagine what it would take to hike it. And with a heavy pack strapped to your back the entire way—from Springer Mountain, Ga. to Baxter Peak-Katahdin, Maine. The legendary Appalachian Trail. Two thousand one hundred eighty-nine miles. Through wind, storms, oppressive heat, bugs of every variety, injuries, setbacks, nights darker than dark, literally stuck in the middle of nowhere. Often with zero cell service to call for help, or even to call home. No Google to help you determine the difference between poison ivy and Virginia creeper, or how best to build a campfire with rainsoaked wood. Two thousand one hundred eighty-nine miles. For mere mortals, such an invitation would be met with a, “Thanks, but no thanks.” But for Christine Georgakakos ’11, she thought it sounded like a brilliant way to spend her summers between graduate-school semesters and Ultimate Frisbee competitions, a sport in which she excels. Ms. Georgakakos has never been one to shy away from a challenge, a reputation she earned during her days at HIES, as far back as her time spent on the Middle School Science Olympiad Team. Ms. Janet Silvera, eighth-grade Accelerated Physical Science teacher, said that she could see the spark in her ambitious student’s eyes long ago. “Christine joined the team when she was in the sixth grade, and my husband, Max, was the ‘building coach,’” Ms. Silvera said. “Throughout Middle School the two of them built, tested, broke and rebuilt balsa-wood bridges and towers that could hold a 33-pound weight, or more. We still have some in the eighth-grade lab.” Ms. Silvera went on to say that her former star Science Olympian possessed “an amazing blend of brilliance,

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strength and determination along with a caring and compassion for all living things and our environment.” These are qualities that no doubt served Ms. Georgakakos well during the two consecutive summers that she and her boyfriend, Dan Zandam, spent starting and finishing the Appalachian Trail, a journey that was one of the most challenging and wonderful experiences of her life. “We both dreamed about doing it for so long, and we finally made up our minds to take on the A.T.,” Ms. Georgakakos said. “We were so excited and got off to a great start. But about two weeks into it, we were both asking ourselves, ‘What in the world have we gotten into?’ Everything hurt. Our ankles, backs, feet. We were thinking: ‘If this is how bad it hurts now, how are we ever going to finish?’ And, that was a question that we just never let ourselves answer. We couldn’t.” But the question was eventually answered late in the summer of 2016 when the two “thru-hikers” topped out on Mt. Katahdin in Maine, successfully completing the journey that began the previous summer in Georgia when Ms. Georgakakos had earned her master’s degree in biological and environmental engineering at Cornell University. She completed her hike of a lifetime just in time to begin a new challenge, again at Cornell — her pursuit of a Ph.D. in biological and environmental engineering. And while her academic, personal and professional endeavors may sometimes get the better of her, they certainly will not keep her from reaching the summits that she has mapped out. She will always be able to draw strength from her experience of finishing the bold and audacious journey of two thousand one hundred eighty-nine miles. “Having reached the end of the trail, finishing something so difficult that I started, just gives me a confidence that I can take anything on, as long as I have set my mind to it.”


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“Christine has an amazing blend of brilliance, strength and determination along with a caring and compassion for all living things and our environment.” — Janet Silvera

Accelerated Physical Science teacher, Christine Georgakakos’s Middle School Science Olympiad coach

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ALUMNI ATHLETICS

Returning to Form BY Dunn Neugebauer

The funny thing is, Connor Thompson ’14 didn’t plan on playing college tennis. He was finished with it – game, set and match. Perhaps many couldn’t blame him. After all, he’d done the traveling, drilling, the tournaments and the grind of the junior circuit since he was old enough to swing a racket. The resume was all intact - #1 in the nation at one time as a kid – always among the top 10, and he later went on to perform brilliantly as expected as a Golden Bear. Unbeaten as an eighth grader in JV, he compiled a 63-1 record at #1 singles during his high school tenure – arguably the best career in HIES history along with alum and former UGA All-American Chad Carlson. Not surprisingly, his teams advanced to the postseason all four of his years, getting to the Elite 8 his last season. After that, though, he was done. “He was accepted to Auburn, Alabama and Ole Miss before deciding to stay closer to home and go to North Georgia,” his mom, Valerie, said. “The plan was to transfer in to Georgia the following fall. He thought his tennis career was over; he had stopped playing USTA tournaments and his once stellar ranking had disappeared.” As fate would have it, however, the UNCGreensboro women’s coach – Jeff Trivette – was watching a girl play at Blackburn Park the summer after Connor’s graduation. Connor was working there and was out hitting.


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“Jeff saw him hit, called the men’s coach and – the next day – we were on a plane flying to Greensboro,” Valerie added. In summation, Connor was offered a scholarship and, at first, didn’t know what to do. After all, he’d halfway already moved to Athens, didn’t know a soul in North Carolina and hadn’t a clue what to expect about the potential move. After deliberation, he accepted the offer in July, rushed through the school’s final orientation and jumped in with both feet. “I still can’t explain what happened,” Connor’s father, Scot, would say later. “It’s like something clicked inside his head. All of a sudden, he was interested in playing competitive tennis again.” Valerie believes Connor felt he still had something left to prove, and Connor never realized it until someone showed interest in him. “From there, his competitive juices just started flowing and it’s been a perfect fit,” she said. Getting situated on the courts at UNC-Greensboro, Connor lost 15-20 pounds and eased back into form. He played his freshman season at #1 doubles; started the year at #6 singles but quickly moved up to #2 after putting in more-than-impressive results. Last year as a sophomore, he moved up to the top singles slot while playing #2 doubles. And this fall, he won the A-1 doubles title at the UNC Charlotte

Fall Invitational. If that isn’t enough, the ace also won the NC State Fall Invitational last year in the A-1 singles and B-1 doubles. Also last fall, he beat a player from each of the “Big Four” schools in North Carolina – Duke, N.C. State, UNC-Chapel Hill and Wake Forest. He also captured the ITA Summer Circuit title at UGA this past July, and lost in a match tie-breaker in the finals of the UNC-Charlotte ITA event. He finished last spring at 14-8 in singles his sophomore season. “I think he’s been lucky to have the coaches he’s had,” Valerie summarized. “First at Holy Innocents’, his personal coach, Noel Wadawu and now Jeff, who is now the men’s coach. All of them have the perfect temperament and understand Connor’s personality in order for him to maximize his potential.” In looking ahead, there’s assuredly more to come out of Connor Thompson’s arsenal. Just over the halfway point of his college career, the wins are sure to keep stacking up, he’s loving the competitive environment, and he’s excited for the upcoming spring in North Carolina. It’s a comeback story in a way, one with the end fortunately not written yet. It’s also a great thing he decided to pull his rackets out of his closet a couple summers ago. That decision continues to make a lot of people happy.

AROUND THE HORN: COLLEGIATE BEARS MAKING THE GRADE We could fill the Torchbearer with former HIES student/athletes who are now gracing the collegiate athletic fields. In 2015-2016 alone, a school record 16 signed on to continue their careers, most notably perhaps four-time state track champion Chelsea Zoller. Chelsea won the 400-meter crown her freshman, sophomore and junior year before capturing the Georgia title in the 300-meter hurdles as a senior. She is now at Georgia, preparing for her first track season as a Dog. In spite of the small size of Holy Innocents’, there are still three wrestlers not only still competing, but are at the Division I level. Lee Davis (2012) – a three-time state placer and state champion – is at North Carolina State. Jason Grimes (2013) is at American University in Washington D.C. and brought home state championships his junior and senior season at HIES, and Rod Davis (2014) is at N.C. State with his brother, Lee, and was also

a four-time state placer and state champion. Starting with Lee, he originally enrolled at Mercer in Macon to play football, but returned to his passion the following year.

place in the Asics National Championships as a graduated senior before being named to the Honor Roll at State in 2015 and 2016. He also wrestled at 184 this year.

He has been named to the Academic Honor Roll from 2014-2016 at State, and wrestled in the 174-pound class this winter.

Tune in to each issue for more stories about former Bears still competing. Also, please email me at dunn.neugebauer@hies.org with info in order to be included in future editions of Torchbearer. We have many still out there, I don’t want to leave anyone out.

He was part of the ACC championship team and was national runner-up in the National Duals. If that isn’t enough, he was a University Greco AllAmerican in 2015. As for Jason, he was also a four-time state placer with a second place finish along with his two titles. He is a four-year starter at American; and a University National Greco Roman champion in 2015. He is projected to compete at 184 this upcoming season.

That’s all for now – Go Bears ... past, present and future!

Rod was a two-time state finalist to go with his state crown while at HIES. He captured third

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A Timely Conversation

HIES Hosted Dick Gephardt, Newt Gingrich for REAL Talks Forum

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ewt Gingrich has four words he always keeps mind: listen, learn, help and lead. And Dick Gephardt believes that patience, listening and taking time are keys to success in politics, and in life. The two men, former members of the U.S. House of Representatives who shared the spotlight on the political stage in the 1990s, shared these insights and others in October 2016, at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School’s inaugural REAL Talks Atlanta event. “Preserving Our Republic: A Conversation With Dick Gephardt and Newt Gingrich” was moderated by national political correspondent Patricia Murphy at the Atlanta History Center. Mr. Gephardt (D-MO), a current HIES grandparent, was the Democratic House minority leader when he handed the gavel over to incoming Speaker Gingrich (R-GA) in 1995. “With partnership but with purpose I pass this great gavel of our government,” Mr. Gephardt told Mr. Gingrich then. “With resignation but with resolve, I hereby end 40 years of Democratic rule of this house.” During the evening, to 375 guests at REAL Talks, Mr. Gephardt described Mr. Gingrich as a leader and a visionary. “And I also knew he really cared about solving problems.” And Mr. Gingrich expressed the same respect for Mr. Gephardt and the U.S. system of government. “Dick and I had worked together long enough by then to know that we could work together.” Mr. Gephardt ended his remarks for the night on a high note, optimistic about the future of the United States, no matter the outcome of the election soon to follow, harking back to his time in congress, when both tensions and stakes were very high. “We did work together and respected each other and worked to get things done,” he said. “These are tough subjects that we deal with [today]. It would be so easy if one person could make these decisions but it would be the wrong way to do it. It takes patience, time, listening and endless meetings. ... Our democracy is self-cleansing. If you don’t like it, be a candidate or support a candidate. We are all so privileged to be citizens of this great country, and we all need to be engaged.” ABOUT REAL Talks ATLANTA 2016 REAL Talks Atlanta, which grew out of the HI Speaker Series, was organized by Heidi Domescik, Chris Durst, Danielle Elms and Erik Vincent, as well as HIES parents Tricia Gephardt, Missy McClatchey and Mike Johnson. The event, available to viewers by live streaming, was sponsored by the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University in St. Louis, and Homrich Berg Wealth Management.

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Pictured at left: Former U.S. Representative Dick Gephardt, spoke to Lower School students in chapel last October. Afterward, he posed for a photo with his grandsons, Ernest Gephardt ’26 (left) and Truman Gephardt ’24, and his wife, Jane Gephardt.

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich takes a moment with the staff of WHIS after the inaugural REAL Talks Atlanta, held at the Atlanta History Center in October. From left to right are Sam Armstrong, senior; Ben Brown, freshman; Mr. Gingrich, Amanda Gibson, senior, and Max Armstrong, sophomore. TORCHBEARER | THE HIES ALUMNI MAGAZINE | SPRING 2017

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Places of Hope A Life Dedicated to Building

Since earning his diploma from Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School, Sam Johnson ’09 has graduated from Mercer University, gotten married, founded the nonprofit My Vision for Refugees and opened an orphanage in Guinea. ... And that’s just the beginning. Sam Johnson ’09 has a story that deserves to be told, a story that all

members of the HIES community should know, need to know. It will break your heart, then fill it with so much joy, so much pride that you swear it will burst. He has survived circumstances unimaginable to most. And yet, he has thrived. And though he has thrived, he does not seek riches, fame or the everyday creature comforts alien to him as a boy in a U.N. refugee camp at N’zerekore, in southern Guinea—where Mr. Johnson, his mother and siblings spent eight years living in a tent, receiving one small ration of food per day. No article in an alumni magazine can even begin to capture the harrowing hours, the beautiful moments, the awe-inspiring and gigantic leaps he and his family made from hopeless desperation to finding themselves the recipients of what should be considered nothing less than a miracle. There is not enough room in Torchbearer. There are not enough pages. What follows now is a meager summary that will attempt to provide some background, some modest insight into a young man’s tireless struggle to provide an ounce of hope in an ocean of despair.

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“Places of Hope,” continued The following is taken with permission from Sam Johnson’s website, MyVision4Refugees.org:

In 1998, when he was just 9-years-old, Sam Johnson watched from a hilltop as his village burned. His father lay dead somewhere below, one of the countless victims of rebel mayhem sweeping across Liberia. His mother hurried her five young children into the forest; then she led her family north, traveling at night to have a better chance of avoiding the roving militias. The Johnsons were the lucky ones. They actually made it to the U.N. refugee camp at N’zerekore, in southern Guinea, where Sam, his mother, and siblings

spent the next eight years living in a tent, receiving one small ration of food per day, and hoping against hope for deliverance. In February of 2007, the children’s mother also passed away, one month before the Office of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees transported them to Clarkston, Ga., east of Atlanta. That’s where they came to the attention Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School. Sam received his high school diploma in 2009, then enrolled in Mercer University in Macon, Ga. He literally took every course he could, even quitting the soccer team—leaving the game he loved and excelled at—to focus on his studies. “I wanted to learn everything,”

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he says. “Like when you don’t have food, I was craving education.” Sam graduated Mercer in 2013 after a remarkable career that included quadruple majors—Political Science, International Relations, Women’s and Gender Studies and French. His next step was something he’d dreamed about since he set foot on the plane six years earlier in Conakry, Guinea; he returned to the camp in which he’d spent his childhood, the first step of his plan to help those who’d been left behind. “I kept my dream alive and saved up money during college,” Sam says. “I had work study and worked during the summer, and when I graduated, I had about $2,000 to help with.” After sharing his story with a number of Mercer faculty and friends, he received donations which brought that total above $5,000. With the wars in Liberia, Cote d’Ivoire, and Sierra Leone over, the U.N. had ended its mission in the camp, and the people who’d been marooned there, who had nothing and no one to return to in their native countries, had created de facto villages in its place. But they faced the same problems as before—a lack of safe water and no schooling for the children. They were also less than welcome in Guinean society, treated as outsiders and not allowed access to most government services. Sam’s first trip back to Guinea

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lasted six months, and he discovered that little had changed. “Same as when I was living there, people had diarrhea, dysentery, parasites, and I knew the problem was water,” he says. “Bathing and doing dishes and drinking from the river, that’s how people get sick.” With the money he’d saved, Sam hired a local company to build a well that now provides clean water in the camp. His primary goal, however, was to provide education and a safe living situation for the orphaned children in


N’zerekore who, just as he’d experienced as a child, were not welcome in the local schools. Receiving no help or interest from Guinean officials, Sam decided to take matters into his own hands. He returned to America and, with the help of friends and former teachers, founded My Vision for Refugees, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization committed to improving the lives and prospects of the children, allowing them to stay together and attend school, while also having the support of each other, their teachers and house parents. In 2014, Sam married Mary Thompson, a native of Ghana who works for AT&T in Atlanta, and who now also serves as secretary of My Vision for Refugees, Inc. Sam divides his time between Guinea and Atlanta, overseeing construction and administrative needs in N’zerekore, and raising support for My Vision in America.

“Today, I am only able to do what I do because of Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School. We found hope here.” — Sam Johnson ’09 My Vision for Refugees Founder and President

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IN THEIR OWN WORDS

Sam Johnson ’09

entrepreneur | professional soccer player | guinea, atlanta I plan to spend 2017 in Guinea, taking care of the orphaned kids at Home of Hope and helping them with English. It is my wish to also encourage them to hold on to hope through Jesus Christ and provide them with emotional support, just like my mother kept our hope alive through her faith in Christ. My pet peeve is tardiness. The first thing I do when I get to “work” is to

thank God for the opportunities I’ve had and be grateful that I have a means to better myself and be an inspiration to refugees.

The thing I will remember the most about my time at HIES is the love and support the parents and staff showed me and my family. The best part about doing what I am doing today is the hope I give the former refugees and orphans my organization supports and the smile I see on their faces because of all we do for them. The food, clothing, education, medical care, etc. we provide for them makes such a big difference in their lives. This brings me a sense of fulfillment and happiness

to know that I am influencing them positively and helping them also have the opportunities to better themselves and be able to, in turn, help their community. In that way, I am helping to create a positive change in the world, one loving act at a time.

Use your gifts to make a positive mark on people’s

lives. Nothing is too little and positively influencing the life of even one person is a very big achievement.

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I wish I had known how difficult it was going to be to set up the orphanage in Guinea. The government of Guinea gave me a tough time even though we had fulfilled the minimum requirements needed in Guinea and had all the legal documents as a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization registered in the United States. This was very surprising to me because the orphanage was going to help the community so I could not grasp why some of the officials were making things difficult and trying to discourage me. I had some officials even tell me it was a waste of

time and they even went as far as telling me I was a fool for leaving my comfort zone in the United States and coming back. But knowing this ahead of time would still not have stopped me from setting up the orphanage. I wouldn’t have done anything differently, because it was my passion.

Whenever I’m playing soccer, it takes my mind off my worries and problems and I don’t think about them.

The soccer camp fundraiser for My Vision for Refugees at HIES was the highlight of the year for me. It was very exciting to let the kids know that they were serving though soccer because I had a couple of them asking me “Coach, how am I helping?” I explained that the camp was to support orphans in Guinea.” It felt good to see everyone having fun.


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Easter Eggstravaganza Saturday, April 6, 10 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., PS Playground, $5 per adult


ALUMNI

From left, Lucie Bornholm, Ron Green, Daniel Blaustein ’08 and Morgan Fleming-Klaus ’98

WALL OF FAME INDUCTION The Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School Department of Athletics and Office of Alumni Relations recognized former coaches and alumni at the Wall of Fame Induction on Friday, Sept. 23, during halftime of the Wesleyan game. Wall of Fame Inductees:

Daniel Blaustein | Baseball | Class of 2008 Lucie Bornholm | Cross Country, Track, and Physical Education | 1985 - 2015 Jamie Fleming-Klose | Swimming | Class of 1996 Morgan Fleming-Klaus | Swimming | Class of 1998 Ron Green | Track and Field Coach | 2003 – 2008

FOURTH DISTINGUISHED ALUMNUS AWARD Zach Blend ’02 was recognized as the 2016 Distinguished Alumnus at the State of the School Luncheon on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. This biennial award recognizes an outstanding alumnus for their personal and professional accomplishments and contributions to their community. This alumnus must embody the Mission Statement of the School: Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School develops in students a love of learning, respect for self and others, faith in God, and a sense of service to the world community.

Please feel free to submit a nomination form for 2018. You can find the link to the nomination form on the Alumni page of the HIES website. The following are the past recipients: 2012 – Jenny Graham Beeson ’96 2013 – Susan Humphlett Carlson ’97 2014 – Chrissy Orangio ’05

HIES ALUMNI REUNION IN MANHATTAN. Front row from left, Andrew McGonnigle, Clay Demarcus. Back row from left, Will Keyes, Bentley Heyman, Alan Quigley, Bradley Taylor.

ALUMNI NEWS

HAPPENINGS

Join the Holy Innocents’ Alumni Association on Facebook and LinkedIn. This will keep you connected to the School with news and events.


ALUMNI CLASS N TES If you would like to submit class notes for the next issue of Torchbearer, please contact Tamika Weaver at tamika@hies.org or 404.303.2150 ext 181. If you are interested in serving as a class representative, please contact Heather Hahn ’91 at heather.hahn@hies.org.

Shannon Friedrichs Higdon and her husband, Larry, welcomed their second daughter on Aug. 10, 2016. Meredith joins older sister, Nora, who is 3 years old. The family lives in Manhattan where Shannon works as the VP of Content and Brand Management for Nickelodeon’s International Networks. 

Matt Little, his wife, Anna Cate, along with Caroline, 6, and George, 2, welcomed Catherine “Blair” on Dec. 19, 2015. The Littles reside in historic Brookwood Hills in Atlanta. 

CLASS OF 1995 Class Representatives:

Jill Herndon Littlefield: jilllittlefield@hotmail.com Audra Mullen Thompson: audra.thompson@hies.org

CLASS OF 1996 Class Representatives:

Gralyn Crumpler Daily: gralyn.crumpler@gmail.com Raine Crumpler Hyde: raine.hyde@gmail.com Emily Brown Latone: emilylatone@gmail.com

David Carpenter has been living in New York City for the last 16 years. Two years ago, he started his own theatrical production company called Tilted Windmills Theatricals. They opened a show called “Puffs” set in the Potter universe that is doing extremely well. Nooshin Farhidvash Bagheri went back to school four years ago. She received her law degree and graduated with Honors from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta.

CLASS OF 1997 Class Representatives:

Ashton Thurmond Ragone: ashtonragone@gmail.com Kristin Wolford Tiliakos: kristinjwolford@aol.com

Farrell Bowdoin Collins and husband, David, welcomed a baby girl, Ellington Grace Collins, on November 7, 2015, at St. Mary’s Hospital in Athens, GA. Ellie Grace was born at 8:47 a.m., weighed 7 lbs, 7 oz and measured 20 inches. She excited to celebrate her first birthday very soon! 

Marisa Blank Gewertz and her husband, Dave, welcomed Kira Jaye on Sept. 2, 2016. She was 5lbs 15 ounces and 19 inches long. 

Allison Hallman Sapp and her family have moved to Shanghai. They are excited for the new adventures ahead. Spears Mallis created a fund-raiser called Rock the Cure, supporting JDRF. This past June marked the 10-year anniversary of Rock the Cure. In conjunction with the 10th Anniversary of Rock the Cure, JDRF presented a new annual award to celebrate an individual who has made a significant impact on young adults with type 1 diabetes. The award is called the Rock Star of Hope Award. JDRF presented the award at Rock the Cure to the first recipient, Spears Mallis. JDRF also announced that the name of the award would be changed to The Spears Mallis Rock Star of Hope Award, moving forward! Elizabeth Dunham Thompson and her husband welcomed their daughter, Hannah, Aug. 8, at 7lbs 12oz, and joins proud big brother Luke, an HIES Early Learner! Such an amazing gift to join the Thompson family! 

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CLASS OF 1998 Class Representatives:

Aida Mahmutovic Mayhew: aidajuliam@gmail.com Katie McGoogan Patrick: katie.patrick@hies.org

CLASS OF 1999 Class Representatives:

Lacy Forrest married Michael Kaplan (Columbia University) last April in Memphis, Tenn. at the South’s Grand Peabody Hotel. The couple reside in Los Angeles, where Lacy has been working in the television industry for the past 10 years as a casting director, finding and developing talent for shows such as “The Voice,” “America’s Best Dance Crew” and “Masterchef,” to name a few.

Rich Braund: braundr@gmail.com

CLASS OF 2000 Class Representatives:

Stephanie Brown: brown.stephaniekay@gmail.com Shelarese Ruffin: ssruffin@gmail.com

Molly Collins Hoover, her husband, Craig, and big brother Henry welcomed a new baby boy, Jackson Scott Hoover, born Feb. 5, 2016, at 7 lbs 10 oz.

Nancy Hodges Bowen and her husband, Brendan, welcomed Catherine Elizabeth Bowen on June 17, 2016. Catherine looks forward to hanging out with fellow alum Emily Tonge ’99 and her new baby boy Knox.

Katie Kelly Braun and her husband, David, welcomed their third child, Emily Elizabeth Braun on June 30, 2016.

Jennifer and Jess Brown welcomed Anna Kate on Feb. 28, 2016. Anna Kate was welcomed to the family by big sister Claire Brown, 7, and big brother Bennett Brown, 5. After 10 years of marriage and 3 kids, Jess and Jennifer escaped last September for a few days to celebrate their anniversary.

Jennifer Saffold Collins and her husband, Jeff, welcomed a new baby girl in October of 2015. Edith “Edie” Reid Collins joins her proud big sister Lida, 7. Jennifer continues her law practice in Atlanta as a partner in the business litigation group of Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP.

Lindsay Kittrell Morton and her husband, Brian, welcomed their fourth child, Mackenzie Marie on Dec.9, 2015. She weighed 7 lbs 1 oz and was 20 inches long. Lindsay is a stay-at-home mom to Dominic, 6, Blake, 4, Alyssa, 2, and Mackenzie. Brian is the Chief Information Officer of DVIDS at Encompass Digital Media in Atlanta.

Cara Puckett Roxland and her husband, Jon, welcomed twin girls, Emma Cate and Lily Wright, on March 9, 2016.

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CLASS OF 2001 Class Representatives:

Allender Laflamme Durden: allenderl@gmail.com Cara Puckett Roxland: cara.roxland17@gmail.com Rebecca Brown Rivera: rebecca.rivera@hies.org

Lisa Accetturo Hernandez and her husband, Nelson, had their first son on April 30, 2016. His name is Nelson Hernandez III and was 6lbs 10oz at birth.

Alisha Ways and Matthew Lee Turnipseed were married on June 20, 2015. The couple met while attending The University of Georgia. Their wedding reception was held on the patio of Cooks and Soldiers Restaurant in Atlanta.

Bryan Jones and his wife, Julie, welcomed a son, Charles Wesley Jones, on Feb. 1, 2016. 

CLASS OF 2002 Class Representatives:

Missy Evans Gardner: missylauren@gmail.com Jennie Strassner Wilson: jennielwilson@gmail.com

Alex Crumpler recently made a career move from Sharecare to CNN. He is a Product Manager for Global Web & Emerging Products. Leading CNN.com’s Breaking News, Audience Engagement, Mobile Web Optimization and Special Projects initiatives.

CLASS OF 2003 Class Representative:

Emily Weprich Campanella: emily.weprich@yahoo.com James Jackson: j.jackson@hies.org Liz Young Hayes: lizhayesuk@gmail.com

Erin Hendrix, and her husband, Kyle Wade, welcomed a daughter, Cassandra Lily Wade, to the world on February 5, 2016. 

Tippa McClure Horsley married Nathan Horsley of Carrollton, Ga. on Sept. 10, 2016. The wedding took place near the McClure family’s home on Lake Rabun in north Georgia and Tippa handmade her bridesmaid’s dresses. 

Christopher McHugh finished the Leadville 100MTB on August 15, 2015 in Leadville, Colorado. He received the much sought after Leadville Belt Buckle. The mountain bike race which starts at an elevation of 10,200 ft in subfreezing temperatures and climbs through the Rocky Mountains, is considered the toughest in North America. 

John Webster (’00), Ellen Williams Webster (’01). Brendan Baker (’00), Tippa McClure (’01), Nathan Horsley, Shawn McGinn (’01), Lauren Fryer Tucker (’01), Scott Tucker (’00), Nicole Silva Yarsawich (’01), Chris Yarsawich (HIES faculty), Elizabeth Malone (’81).

CLASS OF 2004 Class Representatives:

John Cook: jmcook42@gmail.com Amy Fore Kane: kaneamyf@gmail.com Susan Karimiha: karimiha@colorado.edu

James Williams and wife, Maggie Laneve Williams, had a baby boy, Joseph Harold Williams (Joey), on August 12, 2016. He


was 8 lbs. 5 oz. and is already in the 95th percentile for height! He joins his big brother Jack who is 5. 

McConnell AFB flying KC-135s for the USAF and Maegan practices as a PA at the city’s hospital. Caroline Votta Rosenberg married Kyle Rosenberg from Memphis, Tenn. on Oct. 2, 2015 in Rosemary Beach, Fla. They honeymooned in Sugar Beach, St. Lucia. The couple resides in Nashville, Tenn. where Caroline has a real estate practice. 

CLASS OF 2007 Class Representatives:

Sarah-Elizabeth Kirtland Craw: sarahelizabeth.kirtland@gmail.com Ben Cornwell: ben.cornwell@gmail.com

Sarah-Elizabeth Kirtland Craw and her husband, Josh, welcomed Charlotte Edwards Craw into their family on July 28, 2016. She weighed 7.4 pounds and was 18 1/2 inches long. The family live happily in Charleston, SC. 

CLASS OF 2005 Class Representatives:

Tyler Rathburn: tprathburn@gmail.com Rachel Shunnarah: rshunnarah@gmail.com Allyson Young Barganier: allysonbarganier@gmail.com

Nick Juliano accepted a job at Uber, managing government affairs for the southeast. He also joined the board of Citizens Trust Bank and the Atlanta Police Foundation last quarter. Elizabeth Yanda McNeill and her husband, Thomas, had a baby, Caroline Karlsson McNeill, on Jan. 27, 2016. She weighed 5 lbs 12 oz and was 20 inches long.

Clover Street has been living in Hawaii for the past three years working with the Army’s Military Canine Program. Clover, his wife CPT. Stephanie Street, and their 2yr old daughter, Kalea, will be relocating to Colorado Springs, CO. There Clover will open his business, MarathonK9 Academy, training obedience for the general

Peter Grimm ’07 married Alex Zeitany from WinstonSalem, North Carolina on May 21, 2016, on the campus of Wake Forest University where they met as students. Julia Grimm ’08 was a bridesmaid, and Ben Cornwell, Andy Vantine and Matt Robinson, all Class of 2007, were groomsmen. Former HIES Chaplain, Rev. Tryggvi Arnason officiated. While living in New York City, Peter works as a consultant for North Highland and Alex is an intern at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. In June, the couple will move to Chapel Hill, North Carolina where Alex will complete her Dermatology Residency at UNC.

CLASS OF 2006 Class Representatives:

Mary Ann Stumb: mhstumb@gmail.com

Justin Bower married Maegan Roberts on April 23, 2016. They originally met at an Atlanta Braves game while Justin was back visiting after being stationed overseas. They are happily living in Wichita, KS where Justin is now stationed at


public and offering security and patrol canine work for privately contacted security firms. His wife, Stephanie will be a Brigade Combat Nurse attached to an infantry unit at Fort Carson. In February, Clover will be competing overseas with his German Shepherd for a working dog title. 

Lauren Glazer earned a BA in art history from Queens University and is now working on an MA in art business at Sotheby’s Institute of Art in NYC. The photo above is during Lauren’s visit to an art class at HIES earlier in the year. Ellie Locklear and Wills Aitkens ’10 have teamed up at Berkshire Hathaway Home Services as realtors.

from when she traveled there with Holy Innocents’ in 2011. She plans to travel back there often after she graduates from Oglethorpe and becomes more fluent in Japanese. Amanda is a tutor at Oglethorpe for Beginner Japanese students. She is also minoring in Japanese Language with a major in photography and film (hence why she combined the two by traveling to Japan and uploading video blogs on Youtube).

CLASS OF 2012

CLASS OF 2014

Katie Keith: katiekeith12@gmail.com

Bailey Lyles: blyles14@gmail.com

Brittany Ketchup: brittanyketchup@yahoo.com

Anne-Claire Pittman: acpittman15@gmail.com

Greg Sullivan: gregsullivan12@gmail.com

Mary Hollis Schmidt: mhschmidt12@gmail.com

CLASS OF 2013

Julia Wright: juliawright5@yahoo.com

Class Representatives:

Victoria Hovancik: victoria.hovancik@gmail.com

Matt Gates: mattgates95@gmail.com

Jackson Davis: jacksondavis5470@gmail.com

Kendall Jackson: kendallrjackson@bellsouth.net

Rebecca Maitski: rebecca.maitski15@gmail.com

Jenn McMinn: jcmcminn@gmail.com

Lindsey Klopfenstein: Lindsey.klopfenstein@gmail.com

Savannah Smith: smith.savannah15@gmail.com

Shona Hurt was promoted to Head of the Neurofeedback Department at Jacob’s Ladder Neurodevelopmental Learning Center. This is a school and therapy center that serves students pre-K through 12th grade with neurological disorders. Shona has spent the last 5 years working here as a teacher and neurofeedback practitioner. She is thrilled to be able to continue to work with amazing kids and their families while continuing her professional growth in such an exciting and continually developing field of study.

Amanda Turner was very involved with the Japan Exchange program. This summer, Amanda took a trip to Japan for video journalism to do a Youtube channel for a project she planned herself. She also reunited with her host family

CLASS OF 2008 Class Representatives:

Kelly Garrison: askseekknock3@gmail.com

CLASS OF 2009

CLASS OF 2010 Class Representatives:

Halle Addison: haddison34@att.net Annie Hollett: anniehollett@gmail.com

CLASS OF 2011 Class Representatives:

Megan Ernst Tipton: megernst11@gmail.com Delaney McMullen: delaneymcm@gmail.com

Class Representatives:

Class Representatives:

Class Representatives:

CLASS OF 2015 CLASS OF 2016 Peyton Hayes: pehayes@icloud.com

Emma Rolader: rolaterem@gmail.com

LOST ALUMNI We are missing contact information for the following alumni. If you are in contact with any of the HIES graduates below, please encourage them to get in touch with the HIES Alumni Office. You can also log onto the website at www.hies.org. Click on alumni. If you have never logged onto the site before: Your username is firstnamelastnamegraduationyear (i.e. TamikaWeaver97). Your password is your date of birth (i.e. MM/DD/YYYY) this includes the slashes. Katherine (Kathy) L. Schultz ’96 William (Will) P. Thomas ’96 Kimberly (Kim) A. Campuzano (Perisino) ’97 Christopher (Chris) B. Chappell ’97 Kathryn (Kate ) N. Wegman ’97 Keith A. Cooper ’98 Mary M. Kyle ’98 George M. (Michael) McCord ’98 Laura H. Bond ’99 Lauren D. Friedrichs ’99 Holly M. O’Keefe ’99

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Katharine (Kate ) M. Duke ’00 Anthony (Tony) J. Seichrist ’01 Noah K. Hauber ’02 Stephen A. Satterfield ’02 Lawrence (Larry ) E. Gill ’03 Rachel M. Small ’03 Mary (Ginny) V. Coleman ’04 Elizabeth (Lizzie ) A. Walters ’06 Thomas C. (Coston) Dickinson ’07 Andrew C. (Chase) McMullen ’07 Spencer R. (Rawson) Allen ’09


Taking Center Stage Cellist Wickliffe “Wick” Simmons ’13 returned to HIES on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, to give a concert benefiting the school’s Fine Arts Alliance Merit Scholarship fund. Mr. Simmons—first recipient of the scholarship—received numerous honors during his time at HIES. He appeared on the NPR show “From the Top,” served as associate principal cellist with the Atlanta Symphony Youth Orchestra and attended the prestigious Heifetz Music Institute and senior division of Pinchas Zukerman’s Young Artists Program. After taking second place in the Georgia Philharmonic’s Samuel Fordis Young Artists Competition, Simmons was also invited to solo at a Philharmonic concert. In 2016, Simmons was named the string division winner of the 2016 National YAMAHA Young Performing Artists Program competition, and he attended the Kronberg Academy Cello Masterclasses in Germany and the PyeongChang Music Festival in South Korea. The talented young musician has been studying under Hans Jørgen Jensen at the Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University, since fall 2013. He plans to audition for graduate school this winter and graduates from Northwestern in June with a bachelor of music degree in cello performance.


TABLE OF CONTENTS 35 Welcome

60 Honorary Gifts

36 Board of Trustees

63 Memorial Gifts

Development Committee

64 Gifts-In-Kind

School Leadership Council

64 Support from Foundations, Corporations, Organizations and Matching Gifts, Special giving

Office of Institutional Advancement

Alumni Advisory Board

Board of Advisors

37 Annual Fund Parent Volunteers

Faculty/Staff Annual Fund Volunteers

Leadership Circle 38 Annual Giving Summary 39 Parent Participation by Grade 39 Parent Participation by Division 40 Annual Fund Honor Roll of Donors 54 Alumni Gifts 57 Grandparent Gifts and their Grandchildren

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2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

65 Special Gifts 66 Caritas Society 68 Scholarship and Endowment Gifts 72 Parents’ Association 74 Fine Arts Alliance 76 The Holy Innocents’ Athletic Association — Crimson and Gold 78 Horizons Atlanta 79 HIES Operations Summary

HIES Revenue Breakdown


Welcome

Dear HIES Community,

I have seen so many positive changes to our programs and campus during my time at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School. It is no embellishment to say that none of this would be possible without a strong, supportive community. I am in my 13th year at HIES, and my last child will graduate in May 2017, joining his sister and brother as members of the HIES alumni. It will be a different place for me, without my children on campus, but it is comforting to know HIES has prepared them for not only the challenges of the world outside 805 Mount Vernon Highway, but our school prepared them to take advantage of all the tremendous prospects that await in college and beyond. Though my school-day mornings will take on a different look and feel next fall, what keeps me excited about HIES are the endless possibilities just around the bend, the boundless opportunities to grow, to continue to improve and strengthen a school community that is already among the finest in the nation. In 2015, we opened the new STEM Building and received a $500,000 STEAM grant to hire a Director of STEAM and provide a budget to support the program. This year we have begun the development of a 10-15 year master plan of our campus. We are looking ahead. We are dreaming big. Nothing is off the table—as nothing should be beyond consideration at this point. And the remarkable advantage we have is that we are allowed to dream—to cast both a vibrant vision and a wide net—because those dreams are supported by a very real mission, and a very real community of teachers, students, athletes, artists, supportive parents and alumni, both home and abroad. Thank you for your continued, generous support of HIES. I am excited to bring you more details about our campus planning in the coming months. With gratitude,

Michele Duncan

Director of Institutional Advancement

Michele Duncan

2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Mrs. Bonnie Terwilliger Meshad

Mr. Bruce G. Ford Chairman of the Board

Mr. D. Matthew Middelthon

Ms. Julie Fennell, Communications Associate

Ms. Madelaine McCrorie

Mr. Nick Roberts, Director of Communications

Dr. Michael B. Stewart Vice Chairman

Mrs. Barbara O’Connor

Ms. Peggy Shaw, Director of Public Relations

Mr. Neal Sumter

Mr. Mark Crosswell ’82 Secretary

Mr. Ben Voyles

Mr. B. Clayton Rolader Treasurer

Mr. John W. Wright II

ALUMNI ADVISORY BOARD

Mrs. Claire Abreu Webber ’96

Cara Puckett Roxland ’01 President Glen Bowen ’97

Ms. June Arnold (Ex-Officio) Mr. Paul A. Barton

Mr. Paul A. Barton (Ex-Officio)

Mr. Chris H. Burnett

Mrs. Michele Duncan (Ex-Officio)

Stephanie Brown ’00 Sean Butkus ’07 Michael Griffin ’00

Mr. David M. Calhoun

Julie Walker Grigsby ’91

Mr. William S. Creekmuir

SCHOOL LEADERSHIP COUNCIL

Mr. Robert L. Cullens Jr.

Mr. Paul A. Barton, Head of School

Thomas Savage ’10

Mr. C. Brandon Downs ’99

Ms. Michele D. Duncan, Assistant Head of School for Institutional Advancement

Kate Stice Stewart ’04

Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright, Interim Director of Admissions

BOARD OF ADVISORS

The Rev. Charles L. Fischer III Mrs. Leigh Spence Jackson ’99 Mrs. Jolie Maxwell Mrs. Madelaine McCrorie Mrs. Bonnie Terwilliger Meshad Mr. D. Matthew Middelthon Mrs. Laura S. Miles Mr. Hugh L. Mooney Dr. David K. Panton Mr. Neil L. Pruitt Jr. Mr. A. Wesley Reynolds

Mrs. Claire Abreu Webber ’96 Mr. John W. Wright II

DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE Mr. Chris Carlos Mr. Mark Crosswell ’82 The Rev. Charles L. Fischer III Mr. Thomas Hayes

Mr. Mark Nolen, Chief Financial Officer

Mrs. Lorri McClain Chair

Ms. Ruth Donahoo, Director of Athletics

Mr. David S. Aldridge

Dr. Shan Overton, Head Chaplain

Mr. Frank M. Bishop

Mr. Tyler Sant, Director of College Counseling

Mrs. LeDonna G. Bowling

Mr. Greg T. Kaiser, Principal, Primary School

Mr. and Mrs. Alston D. Correll

Ms. Terri F. Potter, Principal, Lower School

Mr. W. Daniel Faulk

Ms. Theresa L. Jespersen, Principal, Middle School

Mr. David F. Haddow

Mr. Christopher W. Durst, Principal, Upper School

Mr. James B. Hannan Dr. Gary S. Hauk

Mr. William B. Shaheen The Rev. Michael R. Sullivan

Annie Hollett ’10

Mr. William S. Hollett

OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT

Judge Robert P. Mallis

Ms. Michele Duncan, Director of Institutional Advancement

Mr. Alexander W. Patterson

Ms. June Arnold, Associate Director of Development

Mr. and Mrs. James K. Price

Ms. Maria Barros, Development Assistant Ms. Heather Hahn, Program Assistant for Alumni Relations

Mr. J. Bart Miller

Mr. Louie A. Pittman

Mr. John W. Spiegel Mr. John D. Snodgrass Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Stephens Mr. Lever F. Stewart

Mrs. Jolie Maxwell

Ms. Tamika Weaver, Director of Alumni Relations and Special Events

Mrs. Dorothy S. Sullivan

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Ms. Mary Chris Williams, Data Base Administrator

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Mr. David P. Stockert


ANNUAL FUND PARENT VOLUNTEERS

LEADERSHIP CIRCLE The Leadership Circle recognizes and cultivates the School’s most loyal and generous supporters, those contributing $1,959 and more on an annual basis. Members receive invitations to a year-end Leadership Circle event and invitations to other special events throughout the year. In 2015-16, there were 178 families in the Leadership Circle.

Jennifer Artigue Sheri and Tim Brown Steve Dickson

The Holy Innocents’ Leadership Circle includes seven giving levels:

Mary Catherine Durkin Sarah Evans

Earl Dolive Giving Society ($50,000 and above)

Caroline and Michael Fierman

Recognizing the generosity of a past parent, grandparent and champion of the Annual Fund.

Shereen Fuqua Anna Godwin

Founders’ Club ($25,000 - $49,999)

Julie Grigsby

Recognizing those whose generosity is the cornerstone of philanthropy to our School.

Susan Grubb Kent Hammond

Bishop’s Council ($10,000 - $24,999)

Christy and Matt Harrison

Recognizing the School’s historical link to the Episcopal Church.

Annette Hays Heather Henn

Trustees’ Circle ($7,500 - $9,999)

Tracy Hires

Remembering the members of the Board of Trustees who helped establish and have provided distinctive leadership to Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School since 1959.

Kate and Dion McDonald Shannon Nease Elizabeth Sharp

Lillabel West Society ($5,000-$7,499)

Donna Toledo Celeste Zuch

Recognizing the memory of the first Director of Holy Innocents’ Parish Day School. In 1959, seventy-two students were enrolled in three-year old through first grade classes under the leadership of Mrs. Lillabel West.

ANNUAL FUND FACULTY/STAFF VOLUNTEERS

Head of School’s Circle ($2,500-$4,999)

Ms. Allison Jabaley

Recognizing the commitment and prestige of the ten headmasters who have led Holy Innocents’ since 1959.

Primary School

Ms. Lucie Bornholm and Ms. Randi Aton Lower School Ms. Rachel Shunnarah

Middle School

Mr. Stephen Jayaraj

Upper School

Ms. Holly Raiford

Administration

1959 Society ($1,959-$2,499) Commemorating the 1959 founding of Holy Innocents’ Parish Day School in Northwest Atlanta.

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ANNUAL GIVING SUMMARY ANNUAL FUND Campaign Goal

$1,100,000

Total Raised

$1,200,137

Faculty/Staff Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees Participation

100%

Faculty and Staff Participation

100%

Alumni Board Participation

100%

Overall Parent Participation

91%

Friends/Others

CONSTITUENT GIVING TO ANNUAL FUND The hierarchy for gifts is below. Givers often fall in multiple categories. Board of Trustees

$111,228

Faculty/Staff

$50,918

Parents

$741,669

Alumni

$12,705

Grandparents

$77,027

Parents of Alumni

$27,992

Friends/Others

$178,598

Parents of Alumni

Grandparents

Alumni Parents

TOTAL $1,200,137

The Annual Report was published by Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School’s Development and Communications Offices. Gifts listed in this report were received from July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2016. Every attempt was made to ensure the accuracy of this report. Please let us know of any errors or omissions and accept our sincerest apologies. Contact Michele Duncan, Director of Institutional Advancement, at michele.duncan@hies.org

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TOTAL GIVING TO ALL FUNDS DURING 2015-2016 (including pledges) 2015-2016 Annual Fund 2014-2015 Annual Fund payments Annual Giving Restricted Touchdown Club Alice Malcolm Fund Maddie Wilbanks Award LS Renovation Funding Judy Hiles Latin Fund Baseball, tennis weight room Robotics MS Learning Resource Girls BB accommodations STEM Greenhouse Moral Courage Award MS Science Club Yearbook room blinds Brown Family Bench MS Soccer Jerseys Strategies Digital Sign MS Speakers Scholarship Funds Endowment 2011-13 Capital Campaign payments One School Capital Campaign Blessings Fund Goizueta Foundation Endowed Fund STEAM

$1,200,137 $78,992 $42,650 $16,210 $2,200 $86,000 $5,000 $3,230 $7,688 $400 $4,300 $50,000 $500 $100 $1,339 $700 $400 $1,000 $15,600 $10,000 $50,850 $300 $15,016 $2,830,597 $2,332 $500,000

PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION DONATIONS TO DIVISIONS Digital Sign Frame for Alice Malcolm portrait Upper School Comprehensive Sound System for Stephens Family Courtyard Seven (7) DVD Disk Drives for Malcolm Library EMOTIV EEG software, headsets and accessories Global Speaker in Residence Program Learning Resources Enclave Enhancements US Division Total Middle School Think Tank and MS Games 3D Printer for STEM Water fountain water bottle fillers Smart Cameras (9) Color Printers (2) Student Education Seminar Speaker Refrigerator for Stem projects/experiments MS Division Total Lower School Playground Equipment Removal of Existing Playground Equipment LS Furniture/Fixtures for Remodel 21st Century Learning Classrooms for 1st Grade (4) LS Division Total Primary School T-shirts Buddy Bench Continued support for Earth Magic Garden Outdoor Music Wall Playground Outdoor Blocks 2 PS Family Events PS Division Total Total Division Allocations TOTAL

Parent Participation by Division Primary School

85%

Lower School

93%

Middle School

91%

Upper School

91%

Parent Participation by Grade 12th

86%

11th

92%

10th

$10,000 $350 $17,500 $700 $4,500 $2,500 $3,500 $28,700

95%

9th

91%

8th

94%

7th 6th

91% 90%

$16,000 $3,000 $2,200 $6,300 $3,000 $3,000 $500 $34,000

5th

2nd

95%

$29,000 $2,250 $7,500 $12,000 $50,750

1st

96%

$800 $1,000 $500 $500 $5,456 $1,500 $9,755 $143,555

95%

4th 3rd

K

92% 90%

87%

Pre-K

84%

EL

84%

$5,069,095

Note: Parents’ Association also gave generously to the Annual Fund, One School Capital Campaign, and Financial Aid. Donations for the Holy Innocents’ Athletic Association and Fine Arts Alliance are listed on pages 42-45.

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ANNUAL FUND HONOR ROLL OF DONORS EARL DOLIVE GIVING SOCIETY ($50,000 AND ABOVE)

Thalia N. Carlos and Chris M. Carlos Foundation FOUNDERS’ CLUB ($25,000 - $49,999)

Ms. Trisha Hoover Bennett

HEAD OF SCHOOL’S CIRCLE

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Birdwell

($2,500 - $4,999)

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bost Mr. and Mrs. William S. Creekmuir Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Deguire

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. Davies

Holy Innocents’ Parents’ Association

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Fierman Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Fuqua

BISHOP’S COUNCIL

Mr. and Mrs. Brad J. Hammond

($10,000 - $24,999)

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Henn

Anonymous Anonymous The AEM Family Foundation Mr. Dan King Brainard Mr. and Mrs. John Crandall Mr. and Mrs. John H. Crandall The Go Big Red Foundation Sarah and Jim Walton Mr. and Mrs. Tucker Greene

HIES - Class of 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hoover LeoDelle Lassiter Jolley Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Marcus M. Kessler Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Mace Mr. and Mrs. Dean S. Mathison Ms. Madelaine Outland McCrorie Mr. and Mrs. Allan P. Merrill

Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. David S. Aldridge Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Altman Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Ausband Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Barton Mr. and Mrs. Brandon W. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jolyon W. Bulley Mr. and Mrs. Eric K. Busko Mr. and Mrs. David M. Calhoun Ms. Jennifer Pittman Cantrell Mr. and Mrs. John D. Capriotti Mr. and Mrs. James T. Coleman III Mr. and Mrs. David L. Corts Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Couvaras Mr. and Mrs. Rick Cravey Mr. and Mrs. Kristopher M. Dickson

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hackett Sr.

Mrs. Bonnie Terwilliger Meshad and Mr. Matthew Wallace Meshad

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hannan

Mr. and Mrs. D. Matthew Middelthon

Mr. and Mrs. C. Brandon Downs

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. McCrorie

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Miles

Mr. and Mrs. John Falcone

Mr. and Mrs. Neil L. Pruitt Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Mitchell III

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Fentress

Drs. Melisa Rathburn-Stewart

Mrs. Virginia Dixon Molloy

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley R. Garner

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Owen

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Garvin Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. B. Clayton Rolader

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Parker

Mr. and Mrs. J. Clinton Glover

Ms. Nancy Louise Rollins

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Patterson

Mr. Tyson Gregory Harper

Ms. Ruth Magness Rollins

Mr. and Mrs. Marvin M. Peden

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Harrison

The Stephens Family

Dr. Catherine and Dr. Craig Peters

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan P. Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Wood

Mr. and Mrs. Louie A. Pittman Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William Matthew Hereford

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Roch Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William A. Herman IV

The Gary W. Rollins Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hollett

Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rollins

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Niven Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Rosenberg

Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Kaufmann

Mr. and Mrs. David Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Kelley

Mr. and Mrs. F. Neal Sumter III

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. King

Patricia Bowman Terwilliger Family Foundation

Dr. Andrea and Dr. Matthew Klopman

The Tianaderrah Foundation

Mrs. Beth Lowry

LILLABEL WEST SOCIETY

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Van Dyke

Mr. and Mrs. Jon D. Lundquist

($5,000 - $7,499)

Mr. and Mrs. R. Kelly Williams Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark M. Maloney

and Michael Stewart

TRUSTEES’ CIRCLE ($7,500 - $9,999)

Mr. and Mrs. John Fuller Mr. and Mrs. William Parker Hix Ms. Nancy Brumley-Robitaille and Mr. Daniel Maurice Robitaille Mr. and Mrs. Roland J. Schick Mr. and Mrs. Rodney D. Windley

Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. David H. Asbury

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Mr. and Mrs. John T. Donahue

Dr. and Mrs. William Barry Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur R. Martinez


Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. McKinnis Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. McNair III Mr. and Mrs. J. Bart Miller Mr. and Mrs. John R. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Mooney III Mrs. Margaret S. Nease and Mr. Thomas Tindall Mr. and Mrs. Marc R. O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. William R. Olsen Dr. David K. Panton Mr. and Mrs. William S. Porter Dr. and Mrs. Ashok S. Reddy Mr. and Mrs. Wes Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. James A. Rice Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Riffe Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Rohleder Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy F. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Klarman

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Campbell

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Magowan

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Crosswell

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Mallady

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Cullens Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan S. Marlatt

Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Dennard

Mr. and Mrs. David Y. Millican IV

Mr. and Mrs. Knox R. Thompson

Ms. Trisha A. Gross and Mr. Thomas S. Ehlers

Moran Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ventulett III

Mrs. Tara Plimpton and Mr. Michael Elder

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Verlander

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Joseph O’Connor

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Wallis

Dr. Sarah Carr Evans and Mr. John David Evans

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Ponder

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ward Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Ewing Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Waters

Mr. and Mrs. Brent L. Farnham

Mr. and Mrs. Joshua J. Whipple

Mr. and Mrs. Brandt E. Fifer

Mr. and Mrs. Ridley Williams

Ms. Ellen Hardy Fortson

Mr. Thomas M. Willingham II

Mr. and Mrs. Adam T. Fuller

Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Smith Ms. Cameron Ives and Mr. David Stockert Mr. and Mrs. Derek M. Taner Mr. Vikram Gul Thadani Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas G. Theos

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Henry 1959 SOCIETY

Mr. and Mrs. Monte J. Hewett

($1,959 - $2,499)

Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Inglesby Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Adams

Mr. and Mrs. Billy James

Dr. and Mrs. Scott W. Ainsworth

Mr. and Mrs. Jay G. Johns

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Banks

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Kanan

Dr. and Mrs. Asad Bashey

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kardian

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bealle

Mr. and Mrs. Graham C. Kennedy

Mr. and Mrs. B. Sandford Birdsey III

Ms. Kelly Jonak and Mr. Patrick Kennedy

Mr. Brian Michael Blackshaw

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Newberry

Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Reid Mr. and Mrs. John N. Russell Mr. and Mrs. David Skid Mr. and Mrs. Nealon D. Smith Mr. and Mrs. John D. Snodgrass Mr. and Mrs. John W. Spiegel Mr. and Mrs. John T. Stembridge Dr. and Mrs. Peter J. Symbas Dr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Toledo Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Wassenaar Mr. and Mrs. John J. Woods Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wright II Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ziolo

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. King Jr. (*) Deceased

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ANNUAL FUND HONOR ROLL OF DONORS

(continued)

URSIDAE SOCIETY

Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Boor

Mr. and Mrs. M. Travis DeHaven

($1,000 - $1,958)

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan F. Braatz

Mr. and Mrs. Ralf P. Deltrap

Mr. and Mrs. Darren W. Bridges

Dr. and Mrs. Henry L. Diversi Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Broms

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dolive Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Chris H. Burnett

Mr. and Mrs. David D. Doll Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Burris

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Donahoo

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan D. Cameron

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Edwards

Mrs. Kathee Christensen

Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Fallon

Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Aiken Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David D. Alkhazraji Mr. and Mrs. John H. Almeter Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Artigue

and Mr. Ben Christensen (*)

Mr. and Mrs. W. Daniel Faulk Jr. Drs. Whitney and Andrew S. Feinberg The Rev. and Mrs. Charles L. Fischer III Dr. R. Darryl Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Flournoy IV Mr. and Mrs. John B. Foster IV Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Joseph Franke Mr. and Mrs. Greg B. Gates Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Gephardt Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Ghertner Mr. and Mrs. Aaron A. Gilcreast Mr. and Mrs. Edward Grasing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hewlett Grigsby Dr. Eugene J. Harper Mr. and Mrs. David D. Harvey III Mr. and Mrs. Rawson Haverty Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haworth HIES - Class of 2015 Mr. and Mrs. Mitchel A. Hires Mr. and Mrs. H. Fletcher Homer III Ruth R. Hoyt - Anne H. Jolley Foundation Inc.
 Ms. Frances R. Huber Mr. and Mrs. J. Robinson Huber Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Hudgins

Dr. and Mrs. Todd L. Asarch Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Atwood Mr. and Mrs. James G. Baker Mr. George Bradley Ball Mr. and Mrs. John C. Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Baskin Mr. and Mrs. Neil Belenky Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Belisle Mr. and Mrs. Christopher B. Bell

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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Craig E. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Newton B. Collinson IV Mr. and Mrs. Jim Covington Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Cummings Mr. and Mrs. William C. Curtis Mr. and Mrs. John A. Curtiss Mr. and Mrs. La Fon C. Dees

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hunter Mr. and Mrs. L. Davis Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Jon M. Keagle Ms. Shellie Davis and Mr. Raymond Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Kesterton Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Lee LaFramboise Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Langford Mr. and Mrs. Van R. Lear


Mr. and Mrs. Gerard E. Leonard

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Scott Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Lewis

Mr. William B. Shaheen

Mr. and Mrs. Oz K. Lindley

Mr. and Mrs. David S. Siegel

Mr. and Mrs. Pickens M. Lindsay

Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Lynch

Mr. and Mrs. J. Clayton Snellings

Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Lynn

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Stonecipher

Mr. and Mrs. J. Matthew Maguire Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Ramon A. Suarez

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Maher

Mr. and Mrs. Brad Swanson

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Malcolm

Mr. and Mrs. Brendt C. Swink

Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Mallady Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Tarbutton Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Mangum

Ms. Molly Atwood Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McAlister

Mrs. Sandra K. Bonner

Mr. and Mrs. Sean D. McCarthy

Ms. Karen Armstrong and Mr. Mark Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Dion A. McDonald

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Tillman

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Braund

Mr. and Mrs. James C. McGinty

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Voyles

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Brindell III

Mr. and Mrs. David T. Metzner

Mr. and Mrs. J. Todd Wade

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Broos

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. John Andrew Wardner

Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. R. Clay Milling II

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron C. Warrick

Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bryan

Mr. and Mrs. Kirk C. Morris

Mr. and Mrs. Terry R. Weiss

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory G. D. Bull

Mr. and Mrs. Ian J. H. Murdock

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Wells III

Mr. William T. Cantrell

Ms. Gia Partain and Mr. Paul Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Jackson L. Wilson III

Ms. Karen W. Cassell

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Odiorne

Mr. and Mrs. Dom H. Wyant Jr.

Mr. Gary L. Catherman

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy R. Ortman

Ms. Kim Zimmerman

Collins Project Management

Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Bradley

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Connors

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Pagano Mr. and Mrs. Alexander W. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. W. Porter Payne Jr.

ANNIVERSARY CLUB

Dr. Debra and Mr. Brian Core

($500 - $999)

Mr. and Mrs. Alston D. Correll III

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. Pearson

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Pinson

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. L. Arnold Pittman III

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Preston

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Pugmire

Dr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Adams

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Quinn

Mrs. Barbara H. Aiken

Dr. and Mrs. William H. Rousseau

Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Arnold

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick N. Sager Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Arnold

Mr. and Mrs. James F. Sanders Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bailey Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John Sapone

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Baker

Mrs. Deepa Chaudhary and Mr. Shivanker Saxena

Mr. and Mrs. Erik L. Belenky Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bell

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scarborough

Mr. and Mrs. David N. Bennett

Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Schuber III

Dr. and Mrs. Elbridge F. Bills II

Mr. and Mrs. Todson B. Schweizer

Mr. and Mrs. Erik M. Bjerke

Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Scott III

Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Bomar (*) Deceased

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cox Mrs. Sonya Anne Damewood Mr. and Mrs. David N. Daniel Mr. and Mrs. T. Wayne Davis Jr. Dr. Nazneen and Mr. Snehal Desai Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Devine Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Diaz Dr. Paula and Mr. Stephen Dickson Mr. and Mrs. James Russell Duncan III Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Dunn Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Durkin Mr. and Mrs. Steven M. Earle Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. Ford Mr. and Mrs. J. Daniel Forrestal Mr. and Mrs. William D. Fortson Jr. Dr. Milele and Mr. Alvin Francis 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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(continued)

Ms. Pamela N. Game

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Martin

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Sindone

Mr. Thomas H. Gillespie

Ms. Sonya Matchan

Mr. and Mrs. Austin C. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Glenn Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy McClain

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Godwin

Dr. and Mrs. W. Cody McClatchey

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Godwin

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan R. McCloskey

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sokolowski Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Goldberg

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. McDonald

Ms. Allison Gillespie Spears

Ms. Delia Guzman and Mr. Justo Gonzalez

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander H. McGraw III

Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Spingler

Mr. and Mrs. Kyle A. McGrotty

Mr. and Mrs. Lever F. Stewart III

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Grenier

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy E. McNulty

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sullivan

Dr. Letha and Mr. James Griffin

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Means

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Tabler

Mr. and Mrs. John Randall Guyton

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Meisinger

Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Taft

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Hale III

Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Meszaros

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Tingle

Mr. and Mrs. T. Kent Hammond

Mr. and Mrs. Leland W. Miklovic

Mr. and Mrs. Angelo R. Varrone

Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Hawn

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Mills

Mr. and Mrs. Stefaan G. Ver Eecke

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Mitchem

Mrs. Paula C. Waggener

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hayes

Dr. Anne Lewis Moore

Mr. and Mrs. James Todd Watson Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Otto K. Hertwig

Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Moore IV

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Weber

Mr. and Mrs. Dimetry G. Holliday

Dr. Jean Sonnenfield and Mr. Gareth E. Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Whitehurst

Mr. and Mrs. Michael O. Jablon Mrs. Leigh Spence Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Morgan Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Williams Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. George Simms Jenkins IV

Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Mullen

Mr. and Mrs. J. David Williams

Ms. Theresa L. Jespersen

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Nelli

Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Woodring

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Johnson

Mr. Kevin Burress Woods

Dr. Richard B. Johnston III

Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Notario and Mr. Fernando Notario

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. W. Gregory Null

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Kaiser

Dr. Jada Roberts Olderman and Mr. John Charles Olderman

Dr. and Mrs. Lee A. Kelley Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Kennedy Sr. Dr. Svathi Reddy and Dr. Rohit Khanna Ms. Tricia Grant and Mr. Dudley King Mr. and Mrs. Woody King Dr. and Mrs. Barry L. Klein Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Knoechel Mr. and Mrs. Travis D. Lackey Ms. Susan C. LaRue Mr. and Mrs. W. Scurry Laws Mr. and Mrs. David J. Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lewis Dr. Laura and Mr. Edward Little Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Long Mr. and Mrs. Tony Luigs Mr. and Mrs. R. Gregg Magruder

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Mr. and Mrs. Jon Oscher Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Pardue

Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Whitfield

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Woods Mr. and Mrs. John Wright Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright and The Rt. Rev. Robert C. Wright CRIMSON AND GOLD CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. R. David Patton

($250 - $499)

Mr. and Mrs. Oren B. Payne

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin E. Pellegrini

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Peters

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Francesco Quinterno

Mr. Patrick Allegra

Dr. and Mrs. David A. Radaszewski

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Artigue

Dr. Kelly Carson and Mr. Rich Raeside

Mr. and Mrs. Blake Asbury

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall P. Roberts

Mrs. John F. Beard Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Robertson Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Best

Mr. and Mrs. Hansell W. Roddenbery

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Best

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery C. Scales

Mrs. Ellen Garrard Blake

Mr. Charles Carroll Schoen

Dr. and Mrs. David N. Blaustein

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford W. Simmel

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Bogart


Mr. and Mrs. Graham Brown Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Whitney Brown Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Buck Mr. J. Franklin Burns Ms. Michae DiPinto and Mr. Gregory Camia Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Todd D. Carter Mr. and Mrs. Jerel L. Causey Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Chesser Mr. and Mrs. Dargan Scott Cole Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hayden Cook Jr. Dr. Teresa C. Cook and Mr. Scott Cook Dr. Laura Woods Cummings and Dr. Charles Richard Cummings Mr. and Mrs. Arch Davis Dr. and Mrs. James Wilson Davis Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Moss W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey S. DeLong Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Delonga Dr. and Mrs. George T. Deriso III Ms. Lindsay Wills and Mr. Francis Doehner

Mr. and Mrs. William M. Gibson

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. Jabaley Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Glahn

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Jackson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey K. Douglass

Drs. Amy and Edward Goetze

Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Durst

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Gordon

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Johnson

Ms. Mae Charles Barnes and Mr. John Nelson Dyslin

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Graves II

Mrs. Gail M. King and Mr. George Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Brooks M. Gregory

Dr. Laura and Mr. Mark Kale

Mrs. Meriel M. Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Kallis Jr.

Mrs. Lynda H. Griffin

Mr. and Mrs. Terrance D. Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Griffin

Mr. and Mrs. Clay B. Kelsh

Mr. and Mrs. David F. Haddow

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Khademi

Mr. and Mrs. Julian S. Hailey

Mr. and Mrs. Dara T. Khani

Dr. Brenda J. Hall and Mr. Scott Monjeau

Mr. and Mrs. G. Scott Kilburn

Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Halliwell

Dr. and Mrs. J. Robert Kirkwood

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Hamer

Ms. Carmen Kissack

Dr. and Mrs. Magdi Hanafi

Mrs. Cindy Batten and Mr. Gary Klingman

Mr. and Mrs. C. Dale Harman

Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Klopfenstein

Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Harrington Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Haubrich

Mrs. Deborah J. Koehler and Mr. Paul Koehler (*)

Mr. and Mrs. Allen F. Hill

Ms. Kat Boswell and Dr. David Lambert

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. House III

Mr. Randall J. Lindner

Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Eden Ms. Maurine Eustis Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Fahy Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fanning III Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Fess Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Finlay Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fleming Mr. and Mrs. David Bruce Floyd Mr. and Mrs. William B. Floyd Mr. and Mrs. Greg N. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Kerry A. Frederick Dr. Claudia Morris and Mr. John Gadomski Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gates Mr. and Mrs. James W. Geddes (*) Deceased

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Mr. and Mrs. Brian M. Lusink

Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Snyder

Ms. Gwendolyn W. Albrecht

Mr. and Mrs. David F. Luther

Ms. Andrea Rowland and Mr. Arturo Somoza

Ms. Madge W. Amann

Mr. and Mrs. Brian R. Malsom Mr. and Mrs. David A. Marcontell

Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Staples III

Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Massie

Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stedman V

Ms. Authurine A. Johnson and Mr. Elliott Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. John J. McCloskey Sr.

Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Stewart

Mr. and Mrs. Scott D. Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Shawn McCrystal

Mr. and Mrs. Tor E. Swennumson

Mrs. Laura Bachman Andrews

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. McKown

Ms. Jean A. Theros and Mr. Peter Hedin

Mr. Shepard B. Ansley

Mr. and Mrs. Dyrc S. McLeod

Mr. Joel Thompson

Ms. Mary Ann Arant

Ms. Kathryn Brown Miller

Mrs. David Thurmond

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Armata

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt M. Miller

Mrs. Marie Tirico

Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Arms

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Monde

Ms. Marguerite E. Tyrrell

Mr. and Mrs. Brent D. Armstrong

Ms. Gina Morris

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Vaccaro

Ms. June Borg Arnold

Mr. and Mrs. Colin Gates Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Vail

Ms. Randi Aton

Mr. and Mrs. Laurence P. Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. J. Anthony Watkins Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Austin Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. David G. Neumann

Mr. and Mrs. George M. Weaver

Ms. Kate Bachman

Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Niepoky

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Webb

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall J. Bachman

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Olim

Ms. Katherine M. Weeks

Mrs. Nooshin Farhidvash Bagheri

Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory O’Neal

Mr. and Mrs. Joshua S. Wells

Mrs. Ashley Bahin

Ms. Mekisha R. Parks

Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Whitaker

Ms. Edlene Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Penman

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Whitehead III

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Phippen

Mr. and Mrs. Randall P. Whitty

Mrs. Paul W. Baker

Mrs. Angela McGlamery-Phoenix and Mr. Steven Phoenix

Mr. Stephen Bowden Wilkins

Dr. Rebecca Lynne Banner

Mr. and Mrs. J. Grant Wilmer Jr.

Mr. John J. Barich

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher D. Anderson

Mr. and Mrs. Randall J. Pilkenton

Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Winton

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Barker

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Poch

Dr. and Mrs. Philip Wirth

Mrs. Costello W. Barnes

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pope

Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Witzigreuter

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Barnes

Ms. Terri Potter

Ms. Aleta Michele Wolf

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Barnhart

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Ray Jr.

Mrs. Anne Carson Wray

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew F. Barr

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Reams

Dr. and Mrs. G. Williamson Wray III

Mrs. Maria F. Barros

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hayes Reifenberger

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Wright

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Barton

Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Ritten

Mr. and Mrs. Ty J. Young

Mr. Cameron G. Baskin Mrs. KellyAnn Battiato

Dr. Tom Rounds Mr. and Mrs. Jason S. Russell

TORCHBEARER CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Baughan Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William Russell

($1 - $249)

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Baugus

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore J. Sawicki Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Scothorn Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Scott Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Serafen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheehan Mrs. Christine Smith Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Snyder

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Anonymous (23) Miss Amber Dawn Abernathy Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Abernathy Mr. and Mrs. Seth Adams Mrs. Suzanne B. Addicks Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Addington II Mr. and Mrs. Danny Agan Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Ahler

Mrs. Mary Evelyn Beeland Mr. Robert Prather Beeland Mrs. Jennifer Graham Beeson Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bell Ms. Hilary Hulse Bell Mr. and Mrs. Moreland B. Bell Miss Anne Bennett


Miss Catherine Weston Bennett

Mr. Quinn Brown

Mr. Christopher Robin Bennett

Miss Stephanie Brown

Dr. Kathleen Tantuco and Dr. Woojae Chong

Mrs. Whitney Benton

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Brown

Mrs. Kelly Haddigan Chou

Mr. and Mrs. G. Alexander Bernhardt Sr.

Ms. Ann Kieffer and Mr. Bill Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Dana M. Ciraldo

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Bertholf

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Browning

Mr. and Mrs. G. Howard Clark

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Betts

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Brumbeloe

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Clendenin

Mr. and Mrs. George Bevington

Dr. Barbara Bruner

Mr. and Mrs. Duston M. Cline

Mr. and Mrs. Dustin A. Biddle

Mrs. Evelyn Bruno

Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Cobb

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Bielenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Bryant

Mrs. Anne F. Coe

Miss Arden E. Birdwell

Mr. W. Michael Bryant

Mr. and Mrs. Will Dane Coil

Miss Navie Clare Birdwell

Mrs. Katherine Clarke Buckner

Dr. and Mrs. John R. Coleman Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Raymond Bittel

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Buckner

Dr. Cindi Hurley and Mr. Ken Collier

Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Blasberg

Mr. and Mrs. James Burke

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Collini

Mr. and Mrs. Gary B. Blasingame Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Burns

Mrs. Jennifer Saffold Collins

Mr. Zach Blend

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Burriss

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Collins Jr.

Mrs. Beth Ann Bly

Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Busbey Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Colton Jr.

Mr. Mikhail Boguslavskiy

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Butkus

Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Conklin III

Mr. William Morrison Boor

Mr. Sean Butkus

Mr. and Mrs. Neil J. Conrad

Mr. and Mrs. Jon K. Bornholm

Mr. Christopher Cahillane

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Conway

Mr. Glen Allen Bowen

Mr. and Mrs. James K. Cahillane

Mr. James R. Conyers Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Will Bowen

Mr. John Cook

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Bowers

Mrs. Emily Weprich Campanella and Mr. Jeff Campanella

Mr. and Mrs. Scott H. Boze

Mr. and Mrs. Hector G. Campos

Dr. and Mrs. Macon G. Core III

Mr. and Mrs. Russ Bozeman

Mr. and Mrs. Craig L. Cannon

Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Cornwell

Ms. Laurie Braddock

Ms. Melody Cannon

Miss Caroline Lanier Cotton

Mr. and Mrs. John Bradford

Mr. Robert W. Caperton Jr.

Mr. Robert L. Crewdson

Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Brady

Mrs. Susan Humphlett Carlson and Mr. Chad Carlson

Ms. Susan Mitchell Cross

Dr. and Mrs. James L. Carlson

Mrs. Gera-Lu Crumpler

Miss Kirsten Carlson

Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Culpepper

Mr. Scott Carlyle

Mrs. Gralyn Crumpler Daily

Mrs. Yaneth Carmona

Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Danzig

Mr. David Carpenter

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Davenport

Mrs. Margaret L. Catherman

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Davidson Jr.

Mrs. Caroline A. Catts-Xie and Mr. Guofeng Xie

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Davies

Mrs. Lou Ann Brauer Mr. and Mrs. Stefan R. Brecher Mr. and Mrs. David D. Brensinger Ms. Denise Brignet Ms. Ashley Broach Mr. Zac Broach Ms. Anne Buettner and Mr. Dean Brock Mr. Mitchell Dean Brock Ms. Christine H. Brodnan

Mr. Bill Cefaratti

Ms. Kelsey Broe

Mrs. Lauren Waddell Cerni

Mr. and Mrs. Brad S. Brown

Dr. and Mrs. Billy G. Chacko

Mr. and Mrs. David C. Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chandler

Mr. Davis Brown

Mr. Worku Chekol

Ms. Erin Stark Brown Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bryan Brown IV (*) Deceased

Mrs. Eun Jae Park and Mr. Yong Sung Chi

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Cooper

Mrs. Beth Keeler Crump

Mr. and Mrs. Archie H. Davis Mr. Doug Davis II Mr. and Mrs. Jonathon W. Davis Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew W. Davis Mr. and Mrs. Stacey L. Davis Sr. Ms. Kimberly Maria De Fino Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dean 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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Miss Amanda Fehr-Piotter

Mr. and Mrs. Todd E. Gleeson

Mr. Bobby Deery

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Feiber III

Mr. and Mrs. Spencer G. Goetz

Mr. and Ms. Jeffrey A. DeHart

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Fell

Mrs. Ruth Goldman

Mrs. Rachel A. Denman

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Felton

Mr. and Mrs. John Philip Goldsberry IV

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. DeSantis

Ms. Julie Fennell

Ms. Claire Dickey

Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt R. Fields

Dr. Maria E. Goncalves and Mr. Luis Goncalves

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Dimenstien

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Finley

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gonzales

Mrs. Lisa Jones Dobbs

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Finley

Mr. and Mrs. Luis Gonzalez

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dobson III

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Fisher II

Mr. and Mrs. Stan Goodroe Jr.

Mrs. D. Aileen Dodd-Mungin

Ms. Kathryn Shannon Flinn

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Gorin

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dolan

Mr. and Mrs. Sean A. Flinn

Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Gorski

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Domescik

Ms. Laurie G. Ford

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Gotlieb

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Joseph Domescik

Mr. Daniel Charles Forrester

Mr. and Mrs. Allan M. Gottlieb

Mr. Robert Y. Donnell

Mr. and Mrs. David Fowler

Mr. Bennett Gottlieb

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick D. Donovan

Mr. Ian Frame

Ms. Vicky Kay Grace

Mr. and Mrs. Jed Dorsey

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony D. Frazier

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Gray

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dougherty

Ms. Sandra Goodman Freeman

Ms. Kristin M. Green

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douthitt

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Freides

Deputy Chief and Mrs. Wesley L. Green Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ricky Dove

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Eric Friedman

The Rev. and Mrs. Ronald J. Greer

Ms. Terri Lynn Dramis

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Friedman

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gregory Sr.

Mrs. Nicole Honeycutt Drooger

Mr. and Mrs. Todd C. Fryburger

Mrs. Mary Brooke Grier

Miss Lauren Philpot Duncan

Mr. and Mrs. Brenton Vaughn Furse

Mr. and Mrs. Derek E. Griffin

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Dunphy

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Gafford

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Griffin

Mrs. Allender Laflamme Durden

Mr. and Mrs. David H. Gale

Dr. Susan and Mr. Mark Groesbeck

Mr. and Mrs. Gaines S. Dyer

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Galla

Mrs. Mary Crommelin Groover

Mr. and Mrs. Dale A. Dyslin

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Gallagher

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Grubb

Mr. Andrew B. Earle

Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Galvani

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Edwards

Ms. Stephanie Garner

Mrs. Ginger Guice and Mr. Christopher Railey

Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Elms

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Gartland

Miss Heather E. Elsner

Mr. Matthew Witt Gates

Mr. John Embry

Mr. Christopher Joseph Genovese

Mrs. Suzy and Mr. Hadley Engelhard

Mrs. Marisa Blank Gewertz

Ms. Jeanine Burns Englert

Dr. Kelly Gfroerer

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Ennis

Ms. Lisa R. Gibbs-Holloway

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan H. Erwin

Mr. and Mrs. A. McCampbell Gibson

Ms. Mary Winsor Etheridge

Ms. Jacqueline Gil

Mrs. Jennifer Alston Euart

Ms. Jessica Anne Gill

Ms. Leila Evans

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Gill

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Fairchild Jr.

Mrs. Katherine Gillett

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Farry

Dr. Bryce Ronald Gilmer

Mrs. Robert C. Fay

Mr. Raife Giovinazzo

Ms. Sandra Federick

Mr. and Mrs. Mike Glaze

Ms. Zebib M. Debas

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Mr. W. Tyler Gupton Mr. and Mrs. Randall T. Guyton Mr. Linc Hagerman Ms. Heather R. Hahn Dr. and Mrs. Jerry K. Hall Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hammond Mrs. Cindy Hamner and The Rev. Dr. James E. Hamner IV Miss Gina Hanafi Mr. and Mrs. Jerald R. Hanks Mrs. Cynthia C. Harder Miss Jennifer Hardin Mr. and Mrs. Willie C. Hardrick Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Harley


Mr. and Mrs. Brian Harper

Miss Anne Carr Hollett

Mrs. Katie Downs Jame

Miss Emma Grace Harrell

Ms. Jennifer Hollifield

Mr. Stephen G. Jayaraj

Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Harrell

Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Holtzman

Ms. Korlis Jefferson

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan M. Harris

Ms. Greer Homer

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jensen

Mr. and Mrs. Tom R. Harris

Mrs. Jordan Olinger Hood

Mrs. Kathy K. Jockisch

Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Harrison Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Horgan

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Johns

Ms. Tyler Hartley

Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Houldin

Mr. Michael P. Johnson

Mrs. Jennifer Heather Hayes

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Howard

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Edward Johnson Jr.

Mr. Thomas Ignatius Hayes III

Mrs. Sharmia Y. Hubbard

Ms. Annelise Sterling Johnston

Mr. and Mrs. Steven G. Hays Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Z. Hudgins

Mrs. Helen Abbott Jonas

Mr. Daniel Patrick Healy

Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hunsucker

Ms. Amy Jones & Ms. Nicole Ward

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hecht

Mr. and Mrs. Randy D. Huskins

Mrs. Dallis J. Jones Dr. and Mrs. E. Ladd Jones III Mr. and Mrs. Kristian L. Jones Mrs. Susan Little Jones and Mr. Sawyer Jones Mrs. Elizabeth O. Jordet Ms. Toya M. Joseph Mrs. Lauren Harper Kalen Mrs. Amy Fore Kane Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kaplan Mr. and Mrs. Junior R. Karas Miss Susan Karimiha Ms. Maria Karres-Williams and Mr. John Williams Mr. William Martin Kasper Mrs. Julie Kattmann Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Keeler Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Keever Mr. and Mrs. John Barry Keller Mrs. Amy Alt-Kellner and Mr. Dimitri Kellner Mrs. Joyce A. Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Henry

The Rev. Julie Huston and Mr. Dave Huston

Ms. Cris Visperas and Mr. Kevin Hickey

Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Hutchinson

Ms. Eleanor F. Hickok

Ms. Karen L. Hutto

Mrs. Shannon Friedrichs Higdon

Ms. Isabelle Isakson

Dr. and Mrs. John M. Hill

Ms. Lisa Allyson Ives

Mrs. Elizabeth Heden Hillman

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jackson

Dr. and Mrs. Michael C. Hilton

Ms. Elisha Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Hingson

Mr. James A. Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Keith P. Hodgson

Mr. James H. Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hogan

Mrs. Judie E. Jacobs

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Heckstall

(*) Deceased

Miss Mary Morgan Kelly Mr. and Mrs. William Lee Kesterton Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Ketchup Mr. Peter Kiley Ms. Eddie Mae Kimble Mr. and Mrs. Ben King Ms. Hannah King Mr. and Mrs. Ronald F. Kirk Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Winfred M. Kirksey Dr. Jamie Fleming Klose 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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Ms. Jodie Knapton

Ms. Ramie Cay Little

Ms. Erin Michele Martin

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Knight Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Livezey

Dr. and Mrs. John L. Mason

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Koffi-Sokpa

Mrs. Sue S. O’Kelley

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew W. Massih

Dr. Laurel Koontz

Ms. Leah W. Longoria

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt W. Mattson

Dr. and Mrs. Paul R. Kreinheder

Mr. Felix Lora

Mr. Joey Maxwell

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Marcus Lamback

Ms. Amanda Love

Ms. Juron Tomlin-Maye and Mr. Eric Maye

Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Lambert

Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Love

Mrs. Aida Mahmutovic Mayhew

Mr. and Mrs. Federico C. Lander

Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick D. Lowe

Mr. Ryan Mayo

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langford

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob C. Lowery

Mrs. Alesa Garner McArthur

Ms. Tisha Lanier

The Rev. and Mrs. P. Lang Lowrey III

Mr. Marshall Dial McArthur

Mr. Andrew Richmond Larwood

Ms. Alexis Lundy

Ms. Holly M. McClure Mrs. Katharine Laird McCreedy Ms. Sonya L. McCullough Mr. and Mrs. D. Scott McDearman Mr. and Mrs. Michael McDonald Mr. Drew McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Robert McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Bill McGinnis Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. McGovern Mr. Brian McGuire Miss Kimberly McGuire Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas D. McKay Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Torin J. McKellar Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McKenzie Ms. Lauren McKinley Mr. Alex McLean Miss Delaney Caroline McMullen Mrs. Sara Hall McNeal Mrs. Elizabeth Yanda McNeill Ms. Erin McNicholas Mr. and Mrs. John G. McNicholas Ms. Jane McRae Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kent McReynolds

Mrs. Emily Brown Latone

Ms. Stephanie Luttery

Mr. and Mrs. Ted McRoberts

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Lazaroff

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Lyles Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin W. Meadows

Drs. Lizabeth and Charles Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Maiellaro

Mr. and Mrs. Conrad C. Meertins

Ms. Joan Marie Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Maier

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Wayne Mees

Mrs. Julia Leech

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Maitski

Mr. John Colin Mellon

Ms. Tania Lehman

Ms. Meredith Many and Mr. John Eatman

Mrs. Maribel Menay

Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Leonard Jr.

Ms. Amy Marler

The Rev. John Merchant

Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott Leonard

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin R. Marsden

Ms. Leslie Braddock Meshad

Mr. Matthew C. Little

Mr. H. Collins Marshall Jr.

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Mr. Kacey J. Michelsen

Ms. Taylor Noland

Mr. Warren J. Quirett

Mr. and Mrs. Nat Milburn

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wesley Northcutt IV

Ms. Holly Raiford

Mrs. Jennifer Bachman Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Grant C. Norwood

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Railey

Mr. and Mrs. Ty B. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Norwood Jr. Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Raney

Mr. and Mrs. Fernando G. Milo

Ms. Nellie F. Nuriddin

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Rankin Jr.

Ms. Molly Minnear

Ms. Lauren O’Brien

Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Rapoport

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Minnear Jr.

Ms. Kristen E. O’Brien

Mr. and Mrs. Sean A. Rasmus

Mr. and Mrs. Marc J. Minotto

Dr. Santoshia and Mr. Dennis Oggs

Mr. and Mrs. Brady Ratchford

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Mitchell

Mr. and Mrs. S. Brooks O’Kelley

Dr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Rautenstrauch

Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell

Mr. and Mrs. Max Olim

Mrs. Mary Reeve

Mr. K. Douglass Mitchell Jr.

Mr. Eduardo J. Olmedo II

Mr. Taylor Reeves

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Mitchell

Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olsen

Mrs. Valerie Jean Rempe

Ms. Carrie Mocyk

Dr. Mary O’Shan Overton

Mr. William H. Rempe III

Ms. Barbara Mollere

Ms. Raven Owen-Beyer and Mr. Scott Shupe

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Reuther

Mr. and Mrs. G. Clarke Monroe IV

Lt. and Mrs. Craig D. Owens Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. C. Cannon Reynolds

Mrs. Hannah Ward Moore

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Palatine Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Reynolds

Mr. and Mrs. Grant G. Morain

Mr. and Mrs. Rocco R. Paolucci

Miss Kristen Rhoads

Mr. and Mrs. Heath D. Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Parker

Ms. Megan Rikard

Mr. Mike T. Morin

Mr. James G. Paschal

Mrs. Rebecca Brown Rivera

Mr. and Mrs. Andy Morrison

Mr. R. Fleming Patterson III

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Robertelli

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Morton

Mr. and Mrs. Jason W. Peck

Ms. Mary E. Roberts

Ms. Amie Muir

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Drew Peckham

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas W. Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mulcahy Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin O. Peden

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hilton Mulherin

Dr. Jerry Pendrick

Ms. Kimberly C. Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mullen

Mrs. Catharine Perkins

Mrs. Margarett W. Roddenbery

Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Munger

Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Perkins Jr.

Dr. Charner L. Rodgers

Mrs. India Bounds Munroe

Mr. and Mrs. Glyn S. Philpot

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rodgers III

Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Murphy

Mr. Jeff Pickens

Dr. Melisha Williams Rogers

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Murray

Miss Jessie Pickren

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Raymond Rooker

Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Murray

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Pierce

Mr. and Mrs. Stan Ross

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar F. Muse

Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Pierce

Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Rottner

Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Mutz

Ms. Laurie Leonard and Mr. William Pingpank

Mrs. Cara Puckett Roxland

Mrs. Deborah McCarty and Mr. John Myer

Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Pittman

Dr. and Mrs. Bryan S. Russell

Ms. Ann Smith Nance

Mr. Travis Aaron Plage

Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Russell

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob G. NeeSmith

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Planchon

Mrs. Caroline Boedy Russo

Mr. David Nelkin

Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Plant

Mr. William Jason Rutledge

Mr. Dunn Neugebauer

Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Pollock

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Sandler

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Newstead

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Polosky

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Sansaverino

Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Nichols

Mr. Geoffrey O. Porter

Mr. William Tyler Sant

Mr. and Mrs. Eric M. Nichols

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Poulos

Ms. Amanda Leah Sautter

Mrs. Laura Kimmey Nix and Mr. Charles Wells Nix

Mrs. Elise Pritchett

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Schlatterer

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Nolan

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Puett

Mr. and Mrs. Rob Schochet

(*) Deceased

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Ms. Katharine Starnes Schoen

Dr. Caroline and Mr. Jonathan Sherrill

Dr. Kathy Ferrell-Swann and Dr. Chris Swann

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Schultz

Mr. and Mrs. Chad T. Shirley

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony L. Sweat

Miss Amy Schwartz

Ms. Rachel Shunnarah

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Tabler III

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michael Scroggins

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Shunnarah

Mr. Andrew Ready Tate

Mrs. Stephanie Spottswood Scurlock

Mr. Jameel Siddiqui

Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Taylor

The Rev. and Mrs. Timothy J.S. Seamans

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell S. Silvera

Mr. John Harris Taylor

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery J. Seay

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Simpson

Mrs. Patricia Bowman Terwilliger

Miss Laurie Segall

Ms. Jane Arrendale Sims

Mrs. Ashley Tomburo Thomas

Ms. Laura Campbell Sensenig

Dr. Laura Williams Sirotkin

Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. George O. Sertl

Mr. and Mrs. C. Scott Sizemore

Mr. and Mrs. Dana A. Thomas

Mrs. Jennifer Bickley Sewell

Mrs. Lucy Dillard Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson

Ms. Darnicea N. Shabazz

Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thompson Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt M. Spearman Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Thompson

Mr. and Mrs. LaJuan Spivey

Mr. and Mrs. Randal R. Thompson

Mr. and Mrs. David Spotanski

The Rev. and Mrs. C. John Thompson-Quartey

Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Staats

Ms. Alexandra Rose Thon

Mrs. Christine E. Stafford

Mr. Mike Thornton

Ms. Tereon Stanley

Ms. Laura Thurber

Ms. Claire Staples

Mrs. Kristin Wolford Tiliakos

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stephens

Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Tippett

Mrs. Katharine Stice Stewart Mrs. Turea Stewart

Mrs. Charlene Lane and Mr. Gary Toman

Dr. and Mrs. John E. Stone Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Tongren

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrew Stone

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Townsend III

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Stout

Mrs. Sarah C. Townsend and Mr. Justin Ryder

Mrs. Julie Ann Stovall Mr. and Mrs. William J. Stovall Jr. Mr. William J. Stovall III Miss Kristy Strait Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Strassner Ms. Traci A. Streeter-Sherrell Mr. and Mrs. Jason M. Strehlow Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell A. Strickland Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Stroman Mrs. Lynn Alison Schueneman Shannon

Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Stuart

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander A. Sharp

Miss Maryanne Stumb

Ms. Margaret J. Shaw

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Douglas Suarez

Miss Nicole Riviere Shealy

Mr. and Mrs. Mark B. Sudlow

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Sheats

The Rev. and Mrs. Michael R. Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick J. Sheehan

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Surdykowski Jr.

Mr. Clark Longworth Shelton

Mr. and Mrs. Kota Suttle

Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Sherk

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Mrs. Lauren Trapani Mrs. L. Randall Travis and

Mr. L. Randall Travis (*)

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker The Rev. and Mrs. Scott L. Tucker Mr. Jim L. Turner Mr. Thomas H. Umstead Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Valentino Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin R. Vanderver Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Vanderver Jr. Ms. Wendy S. Varn Mr. and Mrs. Kevin H. Vear Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Ventulett Ms. Maxine Yvonne Verdree Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Vettese Mr. and Mrs. Bill Villari


Mr. Erik Vincent Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Waddell Miss Amanda Waide Mr. and Mrs. James F. Wakelin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waken III Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bolling Waldner Jr. Ms. Kate Walker Mr. Allen M. Wallace Mr. Etsubdink Walle Ms. Heather Sabb and Mr. Peter Warrick Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Watson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Corley Watson III Mrs. Tom Gene Watson and

Mr. Tom G. Watson (*)

Ms. Maggie Waybright Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wearing Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan W. Weaver Ms. Tamika M. Weaver Drs. Kelly and Thomas L. Weaver Dr. Kristine Anderson and Mr. Hulan Webb Mrs. Ellen V. Williams Webster and Mr. John Webster Mr. and Mrs. David B. Weiss Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. Welden Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. White Ms. Mary Katherine Thrash White Mr. and Mrs. Michael White Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Wilkinson Miss Anna L. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Williams Jr. Mr. James B. Williams Ms. Norma B. Williams Mr. Paul M. Williams Sr. Ms. Sarah Neale Williams Mr. J. Patrick Williamson

Mrs. Laura Floyd Wood

Ms. Kathleen Yukishige

Mr. and Mrs. Van B. Willis

Mr. Richard Wood Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Andreas W. Zeissner

Ms. Melissa L. Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. Brent W. Wouters

Mr. Mingyuan Zhou

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Wilson

Mrs. Nancy Savells Wright

Ms. Wendy Zoller-Corry

Mrs. Alston Wolfe Wise

Ms. Maggie Xu & Mr. Sian Lian

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt A. Zuch

Mr. and Mrs. Avery A. Wood

Mr. and Mrs. Derek Yaniger

Ms. Ethel Zuniga and Mr. RenĂŠ Reyes-Iglesias

Mrs. Cameron Bornholm Wood

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Yarsawich

Mrs. Deborah Jamison Wood

Miss Beth York (*) Deceased

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ALUMNI GIFTS CLASS OF 1972

CLASS OF 1986

Amy (Davis) Morris

Andrew L. Malcolm

Jennifer (Pittman) Cantrell

Sunny (Helmer) Thompson

Lynn Alison (Schueneman) Shannon Sarah C. Townsend

Max H. Staples III CLASS OF 1994

Lauren A. (Schwartz) Trapani

CLASS OF 1987

Allison E. (Griffin) Bittel

Claire E. (Abreu) Webber

John C. Bell

Maria-Louise (Evans) Coil

Margaret A. (Wolfe) Wise

CLASS OF 1978

Katherine (Clarke) Buckner

Charles G. Mutz

Julian S. Hailey

Eric J. Domescik

CLASS OF 1977 Michael R. Tippett

CLASS OF 1997

Laura (Boone) Foster

CLASS OF 1995

Glen A. Bowen

CLASS OF 1980

Emily H. (Stewart) Hingson

Jennifer L. (Alston) Euart

Chad Carlson

D.C. Aiken

Jay M. Rottner

David G. Neumann

Susan (Humphlett) Carlson

Stacia D. (Poulos) Franke

Stephen B. Wilkins

Audra (Mullen) Thompson

Scott C. Carlyle

CLASS OF 1988

CLASS OF 1996

Holly M. McClure

CLASS OF 1981

Christopher J. Cahillane

Anonymous

Kristin J. (Wolford) Tiliakos

Melinda (Dolive) Quigley

DeLancy A. (Carmer) Hutchinson

Anonymous

Anna L. Williams

Margaret S. Nease

Nooshin (Farhidvash) Bagheri

Kevin B. Woods

Charlotte (Hall) O’Neal

Jennifer A. (Graham) Beeson

Matthew C. Little

Karen L. Hutto

CLASS OF 1982 Mark Crosswell

Dustin A. Biddle

CLASS OF 1998

CLASS OF 1989

Monique (Caracola) Biddle

Caroline A. Catts-Xie

Marc J. Minotto

Brooks M. Gregory

Jordan Q. Brown

Heather E. Elsner

John C. Snellings

John C. Mellon

David E. Carpenter

Margaret (Moore) Glenn

Virginia A. (Greene) Dolan

Kristen E. O’Brien

James R. Conyers

Aida (Mahmutovic) Mayhew

CLASS OF 1983

Lauren O’Brien

Beth W. (Keeler) Crump

John F. Morgan

Amy (Valentine) Forrestal

Julie Ann (Pierce) Stovall

Gralyn W. (Crumpler) Daily

Mekisha R. Parks

Scott J. Russell

Tiffany (McRoberts) Wray

Jeffrey J. Gartland

Elizabeth A. (Dunham) Thompson

Christine R. (Bennett) Gartland

Katie (McGoogan) Patrick

Hugh P. Whitehead CLASS OF 1990 CLASS OF 1984

Marisa A. (Blank) Gewertz

Michael B. Arnold

Anne C. (Rivers) Gunton

CLASS OF 1999

Lori Fischer-Maitski

Paige (Addicks) Keller

Shannon C. (Friedrichs) Higdon

Richard W. Braund

Thomas P. Ventulett

Jane McRae

Elizabeth L. (Heden) Hillman

Jennifer (Cavanaugh) Brown

Helen A. (Abbott) Jonas

Jesse Bryan Brown IV

CLASS OF 1985

CLASS OF 1991

Clay B. Kelsh

Jennifer R. (Safford) Collins

John M. Bealle

Andy Dimenstien

Jamie M. (Fleming) Klose

Douglas M. Davis

Kenneth W. Brown

Raife Giovinazzo

Emily C. (Brown) Latone

C. Brandon Downs

Thomas F. Flournoy IV

Julie L. (Walker) Grigsby

Ryan P. Mayo

Lindsey (Mayo) Downs

Traci (Hodge) Kesterton

Heather R. Hahn

Sara E. (Hall) McNeal

James L. Glenn

Michael L. Pierce

Kelly (Voyles) Kardian

R. F. Patterson

Leigh A. (Spence) Jackson

Louie A. Pittman

Katie (Baillie) Miller

Elizabeth (Shelly) Polosky

Lauren (Harper) Kalen

Stephen J. Polosky

Thomas A. McDonald

A. Wesley Reynolds David B. Weiss

CLASS OF 1993

Kristen L. Rhoads

Eliza A. (Scully) Suarez

Michelle (Moss) Weiss

Amanda R. Love

Stephanie M. (Spottswood) Scurlock

Scott D. Suarez

Susanna (Porter) Mees

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Andrew R. Larwood

CLASS OF 2009

Harry C. Marshall

Jennifer R. Hardin

Katharine L. (Laird) McCreedy

Joseph A. Maxwell

Kimberly S. McGuire Alex M. McLean

CLASS OF 2010

Jennifer M. (Bachman) Miller

Anne C. Hollett

Kent D. Mitchell

Nicole R. Shealy

Hannah R. (Ward) Moore

Clark L. Shelton

India R. (Bounds) Munroe Charles W. Nix

CLASS OF 2011

Laura (Kimmey) Nix

Catherine W. Bennett

Eduardo J. Olmedo

Delaney C. McMullen

Jessie C. Pickren Charles T. Reeves

CLASS OF 2012

Laurie E. Segall

Arden E. Birdwell

Jennifer E. (Bickley) Sewell CLASS OF 2000

CLASS OF 2003

Katharine M. (Stice) Stewart

Katherine L. Bachman

Emily P. (Weprich) Campanella

Laura K. Strait

Stephanie K. Brown

Jeffrey Campanella

Andrew R. Tate

Michael J. Griffin

Michael C. Kane

Ashley N. (Tomburo) Thomas

Mary V. (Crommelin) Groover

James H. Jackson

Amanda M. Waide

Letitia M. Lanier

James B. Williams

Brian J. McGuire

CLASS OF 2004

James P. Williamson

Caroline H. (Boedy) Russo

Amy E. (Stivarius) Adams

Elizabeth L. York

Scott L. Tucker

Patrick G. Butkus

John B. Webster

Robert W. Caperton

CLASS OF 2005

Kirsten M. Carlson

Robert A. Deery

CLASS OF 2001

Kelly E. (Haddigan) Chou

Isabelle H. Isakson

Lauren W. (Waddell) Cerni

John M. Cook

Katie T. (Downs) Jame

Allender (Laflamme) Durden

Nicole T. (Honeycutt) Drooger

Elizabeth K. (Yanda) McNeill

David R. Nelkin

Amanda B. Fehr-Piotter

Rachel L. Shunnarah

Rebecca (Brown) Rivera

Bennett A. Gottlieb

Cameron (Bornholm) Wood

Cara (Puckett) Roxland

William T. Gupton

Lauren (Fryer) Tucker

Gina M. Hanafi

CLASS OF 2006

Ellen V. (Williams) Webster

Tyler L. Hartley

Greer E. Homer

Nicole T. (Silva) Yarsawich

Jordan S. (Olinger) Hood

Travis A. Plage

Andrew C. Johns

Amy O. Schwartz

CLASS OF 2002

Susan (Little) Jones

John Z. Blend

Amy C. (Fore) Kane

CLASS OF 2007

Ashley (Colmant) Lowery

Susan L. Karimiha

Sean Butkus

Mary M. Kelly

Maryanne H. Stumb

Peter B. Kiley

CLASS OF 2013 Andrew B. Earle CLASS OF 2014 Amber D. Abernathy Robert P. Beeland Anne Bennett Navie C. Birdwell William M. Boor Lauren P. Duncan CLASS OF 2015 Caroline L. Cotton Matthew W. Gates Emma G. Harrell Annelise S. Johnston CLASS OF 2016 David M. Adams Taylor C. Addington Kerlin R. Anderson Kathryn E. Arnold Addison E. Ball Caroline G. Barber Samuel K. Barker Holly M. Barrett Josephine M. Barton 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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ALUMNI GIFTS Anna C. Bell

Courtney C. Hammond

Sarah K. Schoen

Lauren L. Toman

Kendall Bennett

Lily C. Harrington

Lillian S. Scott

Isabella G. Vear

Michael V. Bernardini

Hannah M. Haverty

Madeleine S. Seibert

James Walton

Emily A. Betts

Peyton E. Hayes

Elizabeth A. Serafen

Samuel W. Warley

Reed K. Birdwell

Claudia M. Henry

Christopher T. Shaw

Whitney J. Weiss

Haven D. Boaz

Preston L. Hix

Margaret A. Siegel

Emma N. White

Alexander G. Boor

Ian O. Johnson

Emma C. Smith

Paul M. Williams

Matthew T. Brown

Graysen C. Kelley

Emily C. Snellings

Hailey P. Wilson

Sara C. Brumbeloe

Lauren E. Kendrick

Susanne R. Sokolowski

Andrew F. Wouters

Kenneth K. Brunson

Kathryn V. Kennedy

Hoyt M. Spearman

Joanna L. Wright

Alexander M. Bryant

Robert B. Kennedy

John D. Staples

Katherine A. Wright

Warren D. Bull

Christian M. Ketchup

Anne K. Strickland

Emma G. Yaniger

Greyson E. Burnett

Grant M. Knoechel

John M. Sullivan

Jackson F. Yeager

James H. Calhoun

Nicholas C. Lee

Helaina E. Theos

Riley A. Young

Alexandria J. Cannon

Emma J. Lewis

James E. Thomas

Ileana Zeissner

Erika J. Cassell

Braxton J. Lindley

Hailey M. Thompson

Chelsea A. Zoller

Kate M. Chapman

Sydney K. Long

Chyanne A. Thompson-Quartey

Harrison R. Cobb

Charles C. Lowrey

Nicole C. Cohen

William J. Maier

Haley E. Collins

Garrett S. Matchan

Scott C. Cotton

Brendan C. McCloskey

Stavros Couvaras

Saaleha A. Medlock

Allie B. Creekmuir

Jackson D. Miller

John H. Crumpler

Aaliyah M. Milord

Taylor C. Donnell

Talia S. Momon

Brent J. Duncan

Christopher E. Monde

Julia J. Durst

Olivia R. Monjeau

Niall P. Durst

Mattes M. Morris

Nicole L. Durst

Benjamin R. Myer

MacKenzie P. Eden

Briana N. Neal

William T. Epperson

Trevor J. Palatine

Kendall J. Evans

John R. Pardue

Samuel L. Fisher

Charles H. Paschal

Caroline L. Ford

Sarah E. Porter

Kathleen M. Ford

Chase P. Rainbow

John R. Foster

Jaylin L. Reid

Johnna T. Gadomski

Emmette D. Reynolds

Lucia M. Geddes

Kasey A. Rohleder

Katherine A. Glover

Emma M. Rolader

Justen S. Gonzalez

Francis J. Rolader

Ellen C. Griffith

Lauren E. Rousseau

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GRANDPARENT GIFTS AND THEIR GRANDCHILDREN Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams David Adams Brett Adams

Ms. Anne Buettner and Mr. Dean Brock Grace Brock Sean Brock

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Domescik Will Domescik Jon Domescik

Mrs. Suzanne B. Addicks Andrew Keller Ansley Keller

Mr. and Mrs. Graham Brown Chris Kelly

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douthitt Ceci Conrad

Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Brown Katie Brown Matthew Brown

Mr. and Mrs. Gaines S. Dyer Wyatt Fields Dyer Fields

Dr. Barbara Bruner Brendan McCloskey Janie McCloskey

Mr. and Mrs. Dale A. Dyslin Emma Dyslin Pearson Dyslin

Mrs. Evelyn Bruno Will Ventulett Margaux Ventulett

Ms. Leila Evans Harrison Evans

Mrs. Barbara H. Aiken Sam Aiken Ms. Madge W. Amann Mary Sandford Birdsey Mr. Shepard B. Ansley Anna B Davis Ms. Mary Ann Arant Beau Blackshaw Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Arms Chase Wakelin Eva Marie Wakelin Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Atwood Miller Taylor Mattie Taylor Mrs. Paul W. Baker Natalie Baker Mrs. Costello W. Barnes Emma Dyslin Pearson Dyslin Mrs. John F. Beard Jr. McLean Hamer Mr. and Mrs. Neil Belenky Maggie Belenky Miller Belenky Mr. and Mrs. G. Alexander Bernhardt Sr. Mae Busko Harper Busko Mrs. Ellen Garrard Blake Blake Maguire Liam Maguire Mrs. Sandra K. Bonner Natalie Baker Ms. Laurie Braddock Will Meshad Ann Radford Meshad

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Buck Grant Henn John Henn Mr. and Mrs. James K. Cahillane Davis Cahillane

Mr. and Mrs. W. Daniel Faulk Jr. Anna Thomas Will Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Fell Will Payne Cassidy Payne Presley Payne

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chandler Gavin Campos Chandler Campos

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Finley Laine Finley

Mrs. Kathee Christensen Sage Phillips-Robertson Kellan Phillips-Robertson

Dr. R. Darryl Fisher Cameron Clark Sammy Clark

Mr. and Mrs. Jim Covington Avery Fifer

Mr. and Mrs. William D. Fortson Jr. Sarah Langford Rainer Langford

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Curtiss Connor Jensen Madison Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Archie H. Davis Anna B Davis Mr. and Mrs. T. Wayne Davis Jr. William Welden Mazi Welden Mr. and Mrs. La Fon C. Dees Ansley Earle Mrs. Rachel A. Denman Callie Murphy Dr. and Mrs. Henry L. Diversi Jr. Anna Carr Hanks

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Friedman Olivia Friedman Mr. and Mrs. William M. Gibson Amanda Gibson John Gibson Mr. Thomas H. Gillespie Graham Spears Mr. and Mrs. Stan Goodroe Jr. Patton Mooney Charles Mooney Ms. Vicky Kay Grace Gracie Northcutt Charlie Northcutt

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(continued)

Mr. and Mrs. Junior R. Karas Ashton Woods

Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mullen John Crumpler Anna Crumpler Hollis Thompson Trey Thompson

Mrs. Lynda H. Griffin Griffin Bittel Leighton Bittel

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Kesterton Ellie Kesterton

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Norwood Jr. Alex Artigue

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Griffin Davis Griffin Sam Griffin

Mr. and Mrs. Ben King Ben King Miller King

Ms. Nellie F. Nuriddin Ibrahim Shabazz

Mr. and Mrs. C. Dale Harman Eliza Harman Lacey Harman

Dr. and Mrs. J. Robert Kirkwood Russell Duncan Brent Duncan

Dr. Eugene J. Harper Drew Bomar Grace Bomar

Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Lambert George Perkins

Mrs. Meriel M. Gregory Eliza Gregory Brier Gregory Lydia Gregory

Mrs. Dallis J. Jones Lucia Geddes

Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Harrison Jr. Beth Harrison

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langford Sarah Langford Rainer Langford

Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hecht Brandt Olsen

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Lazaroff Boden Brindell

Mr. and Mrs. Otto K. Hertwig Ethan Reuther

Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Leonard Jr. Thomas Riffe

Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Holtzman Jon Domescik Will Domescik

Mr. and Mrs. Pickens M. Lindsay Anna Blair Gates Davis Gates

Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hoover Lily Bennett

Mrs. Sue S. O’Kelley Cate O’Kelley Davis O’Kelley

Ms. Frances R. Huber Ann Riley Huber Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hunsucker Brittany Hickman Lee Hickman The Rev. Julie Huston and Mr. Dave Huston Tommy Goetze Stevie Goetze Mr. and Mrs. Billy James Grayson Roberts Reese Roberts Mrs. Gail M. King and Mr. George Johnson Sophia Karatassos

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Mr. and Mrs. R. Gregg Magruder Chase Luther Ms. Sonya Matchan Garrett Matchan Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McAlister Cal Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. E. V. McClurg Clay Stedman Vane Stedman Mr. and Mrs. Ted McRoberts Kate Wray George Wray

Mr. and Mrs. Max Olim Gordon Olim Cole Olim Mr. and Mrs. Jon Oscher Reilly McClain Mr. James G. Paschal Charlie Paschal Mr. and Mrs. Marvin M. Peden McVey Peden Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Perkins Jr. Greyson Burnett Mr. and Mrs. Glyn S. Philpot Russell Duncan Brent Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Pinson Mary Evelyn King Mr. and Mrs. Louie A. Pittman Jr. Will Cantrell Virginia Pittman Mary Beth Pittman Mr. and Mrs. John M. Planchon Anna Stephens Mrs. Elise Pritchett Hollin Pritchett Ms. Mary E. Roberts Marshall Nichols Kathleen Nichols Mrs. Margarett W. Roddenbery Megan Roddenbery Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rodgers III Sam Snyder Sarah Snyder


Ms. Ruth Magness Rollins Carson Griffith Philomena Griffith Wyatt Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Schuber III Maggie Belenky Miller Belenky Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Scott Christopher Scott Craig Scott Carter Scott Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheehan Ryder Sheehan Mrs. Christine Smith Caroline House Teeny House Jack Wood Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Smith Reeves Guyton Taylor Guyton

Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Tarbutton Jr. Sadye Sumter

Mr. O. Thompson Smith Tyler Smith

Mrs. Patricia Bowman Terwilliger Ava Leadbetter

Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Snyder Sam Snyder Sarah Snyder

Mrs. Marie Tirico Carter Quinn

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stephens Anna Stephens

Mrs. L. Randall Travis and Mr. L Randall Travis (*) Travis Thurber Kinsley Thurber

Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Stewart Emily Hingson Joe Hingson

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Vanderver Jr. Kate Vanderver Ella Vanderver

Dr. and Mrs. John E. Stone Jr. Leah Stone

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ventulett III Will Ventulett Margaux Ventulett

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Stovall Jr. Gracie Stovall Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Strassner Colin Wilson

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Voyles Landon Kardian Jameson Kardian

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sullivan Sarah Sullivan Walton Sullivan

Mrs. Paula C. Waggener Will Milling

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Wilkinson Katelyn Deguire Ryan Deguire Mr. Thomas M. Willingham II Elizabeth Williams Jean Williams Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Wilson Kennedy Suttle Dr. and Mrs. Philip Wirth Graham Ponder Kate Ponder Mrs. Anne Carson Wray Jack Staples Carson Staples Kate Wray George Wray Mr. and Mrs. John Wright Joanna Wright Elle Wright Faith Wright Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zimmerman Charlie Zimmerman

Mrs. Tom Gene Watson James Watson Katherine Watson

Mr. and Mrs. William B. Tabler III William Tabler Miller Tabler (*) Deceased

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HONORARY GIFTS Honorees are listed first in bold print followed by the names of those making gifts in their honor.

Mr. David Michael Adams Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams

Mr. Jack Ryan Brecher Mr. and Mrs. Armin G. Brecher Mr. and Mrs. Stefan R. Brecher

Mr. John Embry Mr. and Mrs. David M. Calhoun

Miss Grace Eileen Brock Ms. Anne Buettner and Mr. Dean Brock

Mrs. Peggy Farnham and her wonderful daughters The Tianaderrah Foundation

Mr. Sean Mitchell Brock Ms. Anne Buettner and Mr. Dean Brock

Mr. Gaines Dyer Fields Mr. and Mrs. Gaines S. Dyer

Miss Harper Layne Busko Mr. and Mrs. G. Alexander Bernhardt Sr.

Mr. Wyatt James Fields Mr. and Mrs. Gaines S. Dyer

Miss Mae McPherson Busko Mr. and Mrs. G. Alexander Bernhardt Sr.

Miss Emma Avery Fifer Mr. and Mrs. Jim Covington

Mr. Colin Davis Cahillane Mr. and Mrs. James K. Cahillane

Miss McKinney Laine Finley Mr. and Mrs. Edward Finley

Miss Chandler Grace Campos Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chandler

Miss Olivia Frances Friedman Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Friedman

Mr. Gavin James Campos Mr. and Mrs. Dave Chandler

Miss Anna Blair Gates Mr. and Mrs. Pickens M. Lindsay

Mr. William Pittman Cantrell Mr. and Mrs. Louie A. Pittman Jr.

Mr. Davis H. Gates Mr. and Mrs. Pickens M. Lindsay

Miss Lily Grace Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hoover

Mr. Harrison Ryan Cobb Mr. and Mrs. Armin G. Brecher

Mr. James W. Geddes - birthday Mrs. Dallis J. Jones

Miss Mary Sandford Birdsey Ms. Madge W. Amann

Miss Caroline Ann Conrad Mr. and Mrs. Robert Douthitt

Mr. Stephen Matthew Goetze The Rev. Julie Huston and Mr. Dave Huston

Mr. Griffin Philip Bittel Mrs. Lynda H. Griffin

Miss Elizabeth Bayman Curtis Dr. and Mrs. Sanders Benkwith

Mr. Thomas Robert Goetze The Rev. Julie Huston and Mr. Dave Huston

Mr. Leighton Francis Bittel Mrs. Lynda H. Griffin

Mr. William Churchill Curtis Dr. and Mrs. Sanders Benkwith

Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Graham Mrs. Shannon Friedrichs Higdon

Mr. Beauman Michael Blackshaw Ms. Mary Ann Arant

Miss Anna Boyce Davis Mr. Shepard B. Ansley Mr. and Mrs. Archie H. Davis

Miss Brier Louise Gregory Mrs. Meriel M. Gregory

Miss Caroline Elizabeth Bahin Ms. Nina W. Broach Mr. James Charles Bahin Ms. Nina W. Broach Miss Natalie Ann Baker Mrs. Paul W. Baker Mrs. Sandra K. Bonner Mrs. Sally Belenky for her birthday and work with the Fine Arts program Ms. Barbara Mollere Miss Margaret Jena Belenky Mr. and Mrs. Neil Belenky Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Schuber III Miss Miller Grace Belenky Mr. and Mrs. Neil Belenky Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Schuber III

Mrs. Ellen Garrard Blake Mr. and Mrs. J. Matthew Maguire Jr. Mr. Daniel Isaac Blaustein Dr. and Mrs. David N. Blaustein Mrs. Katie Kelly Braun Mrs. Joyce A. Kelly Miss Hollis Elizabeth Brecher Mr. and Mrs. Armin G. Brecher Mr. and Mrs. Stefan R. Brecher

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Miss Katelyn Murdock Deguire Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Wilkinson Mr. Ryan Harris Deguire Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Durst Mr. Zach Blend Miss Ansley Earle Mr. and Mrs. La Fon C. Dees

Miss Eliza Larsen Gregory Mrs. Meriel M. Gregory Miss Lydia MacPherson Gregory Mrs. Meriel M. Gregory Mr. Davis Ralph Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Griffin Mr. Michael Reeves Guyton Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Smith


Mr. Taylor Smith Guyton Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Smith

Miss Mary Eleanor Kesterton Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Kesterton

Mr. Cole Ruben Olim Mr. and Mrs. Max Olim

Miss Elizabeth McLean Hamer Mrs. John F. Beard Jr.

Miss Mary Evelyn King Mr. and Mrs. Ronald H. Pinson

Mr. Gordon Ryan Olim Mr. and Mrs. Max Olim

Miss Anna Carr Hanks Dr. and Mrs. Henry L. Diversi Jr.

Miss Sarah Feagin Langford Ms. Ellen Hardy Fortson Mr. and Mrs. William D. Fortson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langford

Mr. William Brandt Olsen Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Hecht

Miss Elizabeth Louise Harrison Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Harrison Jr.

Mr. William Rainer Langford Ms. Ellen Hardy Fortson Mr. and Mrs. William D. Fortson Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langford

Miss Brittany K. Hickman Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hunsucker Mr. Lee Andre Hickman Mr. and Mrs. Stan Hunsucker

Miss Ava Lee Leadbetter Mrs. Patricia Bowman Terwilliger

HIES Upper School Mr. and Mrs. James W. Geddes

Miss Charlotte Blake Maguire Mrs. Ellen Garrard Blake

Mrs. Heather Hingson Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Stewart

Mr. William Matthew Maguire Mrs. Ellen Garrard Blake

Miss Caroline Martha House Mrs. Christine Smith

Mrs. Alice Law Malcolm (*) Mr. and Mrs. William G. Pierce

Miss Christine McLean House Mrs. Christine Smith

Mr. Garrett Scott Matchan Ms. Sonya Matchan Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Munger

Ms. Marisa Puckett Howell on her wedding to Dustin Howell Mrs. Cara Puckett Roxland

Miss Reilly Culver McClain Mr. and Mrs. Jon Oscher

Miss Ann Riley Huber Ms. Frances R. Huber

Mr. William Braddock Meshad Ms. Laurie Braddock

Mr. James H. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. James M. Jackson, Jr.

Mr. William Paul Milling Mrs. Paula C. Waggener

Mr. Connor Ryan Jensen Mr. and Mrs. John A. Curtiss

Mr. Frederick Tucker Wayne Molloy Mr. and Mrs. William W. Dixon

Miss Madison Katherine Jensen Mr. and Mrs. John A. Curtiss

Miss Elizabeth Patton Mooney Mr. and Mrs. Stan Goodroe Jr.

Miss Sophia Angela Karatassos Mrs. Gail M. King and Mr. George Johnson Mr. Andrew William Keller Mrs. Suzanne B. Addicks

Miss Catherine Leigh Murphy Mrs. Rachel A. Denman Miss Kathleen Charlotte Nichols Ms. Mary E. Roberts

Miss Ansley Elizabeth Keller Mrs. Suzanne B. Addicks

Mr. Marshall William Nichols Ms. Mary E. Roberts

(*) Deceased

Miss Reshaundra Nicole Owens Lt. and Mrs. Craig D. Owens Sr. Miss Sarah Ross Paolucci Mr. and Mrs. Jim Killough Mr. Charles Hartley Paschal Mr. James G. Paschal Miss Cassidy Morgan Payne Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Fell Miss Presley Elizabeth Payne Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Fell Mr. William Porter Payne Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Fell Mr. Kellan Phillips-Robertson Mrs. Kathee Christensen Miss Sage Ann Phillips-Robertson Mrs. Kathee Christensen Miss Mary Beth Pittman Mr. and Mrs. Louie A. Pittman Jr. Miss Virginia P. Pittman Mr. and Mrs. Louie A. Pittman Jr. Mr. Christopher N. Pomar Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Culpepper Mr. William Graham Ponder Dr. and Mrs. Philip Wirth Miss Hollin Judyth Pritchett Mrs. Elise Pritchett Mr. Carter Hamilton Quinn Mrs. Marie Tirico Mrs. Ashton Thurmond Ragone Mrs. David Thurmond Dr. Michael Stewart Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fryer 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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Mr. Ethan Christopher Reuther Mr. and Mrs. Otto K. Hertwig

Miss Kennedy C. Suttle Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Wilson

Miss Katherine Elizabeth Watson Mrs. Tom Gene Watson

Mr. Thomas Leonard Riffe Mr. and Mrs. Earl T. Leonard Jr.

Mr. Miller Kinnett Tabler Mr. and Mrs. William B. Tabler III

Ms. Maggie Waybright Mr. and Mrs. Brian F. Durkin

Miss Margarett Louise Roddenbery Mrs. Margarett W. Roddenbery

Mr. William McHugh Tabler Mr. and Mrs. William B. Tabler III

Ms. Tamika M. Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Jonathon W. Davis Sr.

Mr. Carter Alan Scott Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Scott

Mr. Robert Miller Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Atwood

Miss Margaret Elizabeth Welden Mr. and Mrs. T. Wayne Davis Jr.

Mr. Craig William Scott Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Scott

Miss Kinsley Michelle Thurber Mrs. L. Randall Travis and Mr. L. Randall Travis (*)

Mr. William Chandler Welden Mr. and Mrs. T. Wayne Davis Jr.

Mr. Steven Christopher Scott Mr. and Mrs. Craig J. Scott Mr. Ryder Logan Sheehan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sheehan Mrs. Janet Silvera Miss Catherine Weston Bennett Mr. Samuel Lewis Snyder Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rodgers III Miss Sarah Winston Snyder Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rodgers III Miss Anna Virginia Stephens Mr. and Mrs. John M. Planchon Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Stephens Ms. Cameron Ives and Mr. David Stockert on their birthdays Ms. Lisa Allyson Ives Miss Leah Diamond Stone Dr. and Mrs. John E. Stone Jr. Miss Eva Grace Stovall Mr. and Mrs. William J. Stovall Jr.

Miss Kylie Madison Thurber Mrs. L. Randall Travis and Mr. L. Randall Travis (*) Ms. Laura Thurber Mrs. L. Randall Travis and Mr. L. Randall Travis (*) Mr. Travis Michael Thurber Mrs. L. Randall Travis and Mr. L. Randall Travis (*) Miss Margaux Grace Ventulett Mrs. Evelyn Bruno Mr. Thomas William Ventulett Mrs. Evelyn Bruno Miss Eva Marie Wakelin Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Arms Mr. Henry Chase Wakelin Dr. and Mrs. Walter E. Arms Mr. James Todd Watson Mrs. Tom Gene Watson

Mrs. Cindy Stroman Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Serafen Miss Sally Birdsong Stuart Mr. Lawrence N. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Stuart Mrs. Eliza Suarez Dr. and Mrs. Ramon A. Suarez Miss Sarah Tarbutton Sumter Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Tarbutton Jr.

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(*) Deceased

Mr. Meredith White Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. White Miss Elizabeth Duvall Wood Mrs. Christine Smith Mr. John Ruggles Wood Mrs. Christine Smith Mr. George Williamson Wray Mr. and Mrs. Ted McRoberts Miss Kathryn Elizabeth Wray Mr. and Mrs. Ted McRoberts Miss Elle Kathleen Wright Mr. and Mrs. John Wright Miss Faith Elisabeth Wright Mr. and Mrs. John Wright Miss Joanna Laura Wright Mr. and Mrs. John Wright


MEMORIAL GIFTS Memorials are listed first in bold print followed by the names of those making gifts in their memory.

Mr. Brett Thomas Adams Mr. and Mrs. Joe Adams Mr. and Mrs. Philip Anderson Mr. and Mrs. David M. Simpson Mrs. Jackie Andolina Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Shunnarah Lon D and Lucille Barton Mr. and Mrs. John H. Crandall Mr. E.M. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Watts Mr. William B. Bullock Mrs. William B. Bullock Mr. George C. Cowgill IV Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker Dorothy and Clarence Crawford Mrs. Anne Rivers Gunton Mr. and Mrs. Marion P. Rivers III Dorothy I. Crawford Mrs. Anne Rivers Gunton Mrs. Orpha Lou Fisher Dr. R. Darryl Fisher

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Cook

Mr. Paul Koehler Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Betz

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle M. Dahlenburg

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Ghertner

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Y. Etter

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kent McReynolds

Ms. Roberta Fletcher & Mr. Bill Whitmore

Mr. Richard A. Petree

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Genders

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Glancy

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Goodroe

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Volker

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Habiger

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Womack

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Colella

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Reid Hartsfield Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hiles Mrs. John G. Hiles

Mr. Walter Liggins Jr. Ms. Tamika Weaver

Mr. Buck Hiles

Mrs. Beth Lynch Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Kiester

Dr. Susan and Mr. Mark Groesbeck

Kudzu Funding Co. LLC

The Rev. John Merchant

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick LaBarbera Ms. Louise G. McCahan

Mrs. Alice Law Malcolm

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Meyer

Anonymous

Ms. Barbara A. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall J. Bachman

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Bailey

Ms. Jennifer Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. David Blass

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Palmer

Mrs. Lauren O. Buckland

Mr. and Mrs. Vince Pindat

Mr. Sean Butkus

Ms. Claire Frances Roper

Ms. Jennifer Pittman Cantrell

Mrs. Brenda L Rouse

Mr. and Mrs. Del R. Coggins

Ms. Lynn H. Simonson

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Draluck

Mrs. Mary W. Smits

Mrs. Allender Laflamme Durden

Mr. and Mrs. Vic Spigener

Mrs. Jennifer Alston Euart

Ms. Sara C. Swann

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel S. Fialkow

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Thomas Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Russell J. Frank

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker

Freedman Food Service, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Turner

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Gartland

Mr. H. Wells Vanhouten

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Ghertner

Ms. Joan P. Warren

Dr. Susan and Mr. Mark Groesbeck

Ms. Patricia Webster

Dr. and Mrs. Ross F. Grumet

Ms. Elizabeth S. Barstow

Ms. Nadine J. Wendel

Mr. and Mrs. David F. Haddow

Dr. and Mrs. Joel E. Berenson

Rev. Linda S. Whitmire

Mr. and Mrs. E. Andrew Isakson

Mrs. Ellen Garrard Blake

Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wiley

The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Robert H. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Bragg

Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Wingo

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Laird

Mr. Richard Frederick Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker Mrs. Jeanne E. Hagood Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker Mrs. Judy Hiles Mr. and Mrs. Marshall J. Bachman

Mrs. Peggy D. Browne Ms. Lynda M. Buckley Ms. Julie Chans Dr. and Mrs. Jay S. Coffsky Ms. Patricia B. Cohen

Mrs. Jeanine Hurt Lewis Ms. Jaime Lynn Johnson, class of ‘96 Mrs. Lauren Schwartz Trapani Mr. Hubert J. Kessler Mr. and Mrs. Marcus M. Kessler

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Lockwood Ms. Karen A. Malcolm Malcolm Meats Company Judge and Mrs. Robert P. Mallis 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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MEMORIAL GIFTS Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kent McReynolds Mill Springs Academy Mr. and Mrs. Kurt M. Miller Dr. Anne Lewis Moore

Mr. L. Randall Travis Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker

Holy Innocents’ Fine Arts Alliance

Ms. Praitha Weaver Ms. Tamika Weaver

The Home Depot

Miss Madison Taylor Wilbanks, class of ‘15 Mr. Ian Oliver Johnson

ING Financial Services Corporation

Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Alexander W. Patterson Mr. and Mrs. William G. Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Louie A. Pittman Jr. Mrs. Stephanie Spottswood Scurlock

Ms. Julia Windley Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Shunnarah

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Spalding Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Stone Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Strassner Mr. and Mrs. John Sweetwood

Holy Innocents’ Parents’ Association Ruth R. Hoyt - Anne H. Jolley Foundation Inc. iStar Financial LeoDelle Lassiter Jolley Foundation KeyBank Foundation Keystone Steel & Wire

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Shunnarah Ms. Jeter H. Sorrells

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GIFTS IN KIND Dotti and Bob Bala Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Freides Mr. and Mrs. Nealon D. Smith

Kudzu Funding Co. LLC Moran Family Foundation Morgan Stanley Northwestern Mutual Foundation Oracle

SUPPORT FROM FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS AND MATCHING GIFTS

PNC Foundation Matching Gift Program

Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Webb

Anonymous

Regions Financial Corporation

Mrs. Alston Wolfe Wise

AEM Family Foundation

The Gary W. Rollins Foundation

Wolverine Packing Co.

A T & T Foundation

Mr. S. Zachry Young

SJS Investment Consulting Inc.

Abbott Fund Matching Grant Plan

State Street Foundation

Accenture, Inc.

SunTrust Bank of GA Foundation

American International Group, Inc. Bank of America Matching Gifts Program

Patricia Bowman Terwilliger Family Foundation

Thalia N. Carlos and Chris M. Carlos Foundation

TIAA-CREF Foundation

Thalia & Michael C. Carlos Foundation, Inc

The Tianaderrah Foundation

Charles Schwab

Tull Charitable Foundation, Inc.

CNA Foundation

Verizon Foundation

The Coca-Cola Company

VOYA

Collins Project Management

Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program

Mr. and Mrs. Knox R. Thompson Mrs. Lauren Trapani Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker Mr. and Mrs. James B. Voyles

Ms. Shirley Neugebauer Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker The Rev. Dr. Keith S. Panton Dr. Beth-Sarah Wright and The Rt. Rev. Robert C. Wright The Rev. Patty Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Waters William E. and Florence Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. John H. Crandall

R. Howard Dobbs, Jr. Foundation Ruth and Bill Silsbee Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker

Freedman Food Service, Inc.

Mr. Paul C. Stumb Jr., class of ‘04 Miss Maryanne Stub

Jack & Anne Glenn Foundation

Mrs. Mary Bailey Suitt Mr. R. Fleming Patterson III Mrs. Anne Taylor Mrs. Suzy and Mr. Hadley Engelhard

GE Foundation The Go Big Red Foundation - Jim & Sarah Walton Goldman Sachs Matching Gift Program HIES - Class of 2015 HIES - Class of 2016 Holy Innocents’ Athletic Association Inc.

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PPG Industries Foundation The Pruitt Foundation Regeneron Matching Gift Program

Wolverine Packing Co. WorkDay Celeste and Kurt Zuch Family Foundation


SPECIAL GIFTS DURING 2015-2016 ONE SCHOOL CAPITAL CAMPAIGN NEW GIFTS

Mr. Ian Oliver Johnson

Mill Springs Academy

Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory O’Neal

Dr. Anne Lewis Moore

Ms. Gwendolyn W. Albrecht

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Owen

Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Nichols

Mrs. Jennifer Graham Beeson

Mr. and Mrs. Neil L. Pruitt Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander W. Patterson

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory G. D. Bull

Ms. Catherine Harrison Schenck

Mr. and Mrs. William G. Pierce

Mr. Sean Butkus

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Schultz

Mr. and Mrs. Louie A. Pittman Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David Danhof

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Spiegel

Mrs. Stephanie Spottswood Scurlock

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Finlay

The Go Big Red Foundation

SJS Investment Consulting Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Dimetry G. Holliday

Ms. Jeter H. Sorrells

Mr. and Mrs. Stafford W. Huff

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Watts

Mr. and Mrs. John P. Spalding

Mr. and Mrs. Scott R. Jacobs

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Wells III

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Stone

Mr. and Mrs. George Simms Jenkins IV

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Whitehead III

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Stone

Ms. Ramie Cay Little

ALICE MALCOLM FUND

Mr. and Mrs. John Sweetwood

Mrs. Beth Lowry

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Knox R. Thompson

Ms. Juron Tomlin-Maye and Mr. Eric Maye

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall J. Bachman

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker

Ms. Laurie Leonard and Mr. William Pingpank

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Voyles

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T. Raney

Mr. and Mrs. David Blass

Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Webb

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hayes Reifenberger

Mr. and Mrs. A. Lee Brand Jr.

Wolverine Packing Co.

Mrs. Stephanie Spottswood Scurlock

Mrs. Lauren O. Buckland

Mr. S. Zachry Young

Mr. Clark Longworth Shelton

Mr. Sean Butkus

Jim and Sarah Walton

Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Kreis

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Strassner

Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Smith

Ms. Jennifer Pittman Cantrell

JUDY HILES LATIN FUND

Mrs. Sarah C. Townsend and Mr. Justin Ryder

Mr. and Mrs. Del R. Coggins

Ms. Elizabeth S. Barstow

Mr. and Mrs. Van B. Willis

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Draluck

Dr. and Mrs. Joel E. Berenson

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel S. Fialkow

Mrs. Ellen Garrard Blake

Dr. and Mrs. Russell J. Frank

Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Bragg

Freedman Food Service, Inc.

Mrs. Peggy D. Browne

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Ghertner

Ms. Lynda M. Buckley

Dr. Susan and Mr. Mark Groesbeck

Ms. Julie Chans

Dr. and Mrs. Ross F. Grumet

Dr. and Mrs. Jay S. Coffsky

Mr. and Mrs. David F. Haddow

Ms. Patricia B. Cohen

The Isakson Family

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Colella

The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Robert H. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Cook

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy H. Laird

Mr. and Mrs. Lyle M. Dahlenburg

Mrs. Jeanine Hurt Lewis

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Y. Etter

ANNUAL GIVING RESTRICTED SPECIAL GIFTS Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Mrs. William B. Bullock Mr. and Mrs. David M. Calhoun Thalia & Michael C. Carlos Foundation, Inc. Dr. Cindi Hurley and Mr. Ken Collier Mr. and Mrs. Alston D. Correll III Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Gephardt Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Hawn Holy Innocents’ Parents’ Association HIES - Class of 2016 Mr. and Mrs. Hari K. Iyer

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Lockwood

Ms. Roberta Fletcher & Mr. Bill Whitmore

The estate of Mrs. Alice Law Malcolm

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Genders

Ms. Karen A. Malcolm

Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Glancy

Malcolm Meats Company

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Goodroe

Judge and Mrs. Robert P. Mallis

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Habiger

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kent McReynolds

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Hardy

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Mr. and Mrs. Reid Hartsfield

Mr. and Mrs. James H. Fisher II

Mr. and Mrs. Neil L. Pruitt Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hiles

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hewlett Grigsby

Mr. and Mrs. B. Clayton Rolader

Mrs. John G. Hiles

Mr. Thomas Ignatius Hayes III

Mr. and Mrs. Shawn P. Russell

Mr. Buck Hiles

Mrs. Jennifer Hayes

Mr. Charles Carroll Schoen

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Kiester

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Jones

Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Scott III

Kudzu Funding Co. LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kardian

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Scott Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick LaBarbera

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Langford

Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt M. Spearman Jr.

Ms. Louise G. McCahan

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Maitski

Mr. and Mrs. Ethan Staats

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Meyer

Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Maxwell

Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Staples III

Ms. Barbara A. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. McCrorie

Mr. and Mrs. Dana A. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Morgan

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Ventulett

Ms. Jennifer Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. R. Clay Milling II

The Go Big Red Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Palmer

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Mitchell III

Mr. and Mrs. Vince Pindat

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Nelli

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh P. Whitehead III

Ms. Claire Frances Roper

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Paschal

Mr. Paul M. Williams Sr.

Sarah and Jim Walton

Mrs. Brenda L Rouse Ms. Lynn H. Simonson Mrs. Mary W. Smits Mr. and Mrs. Vic Spigener Ms. Sara C. Swann Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Thomas Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Turner Mr. H. Wells Vanhouten Ms. Joan P. Warren Ms. Patricia Webster Ms. Nadine J. Wendel Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wiley

THE CARITAS SOCIETY The Caritas Society recognizes those who have made a planned gift to the school. Gifts include bequests, retirement plan assets, charitable trusts, charitable gift annuities, and life insurance. The foresight of Society members provides a legacy of financial strength for the school and its mission. Ms. June Borg Arnold Mr. and Mrs. James D. Decker Mr. C. Brandon Downs

Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Wingo

Mrs. Michele Dean Duncan

Ms. Jennifer Morgan

Dr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goldwasser

TOUCHDOWN CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Ausband Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bell Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Boor Mr. and Mrs. Darren W. Bridges

Mrs. Jeanine H. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Forrest G. McClain Ms. Madelaine Outland McCrorie

Mr. and Mrs. Brad S. Brown

Dr. and Mrs. Steven C. Moreland

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory A. Brumbeloe

Mr. and Mrs. Louie A. Pittman, Jr.

Ms. Mie Kodama and Dr. Andrew L. Brunson

Drs. Melisa Rathburn-Stewart and Michael Stewart

Mr. and Mrs. Alvin J. Bryant Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Busbey Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Fallon

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SCHOLARSHIP AND ENDOWMENT GIFTS APOGEE GEORGIA SCHOOL CHOICE SCHOLARSHIP FUND – 2016 PARTICIPANTS

Dr. and Mrs. Michael S. Chapman

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Ghertner

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Chesser

Mr. and Mrs. George K. Gill Jr.

Anonymous

Mrs. Margaret Clay

Mr. and Mrs. Todd E. Gleeson

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Coggins Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Clinton Glover

Dr. and Mrs. Scott W. Ainsworth

Dr. Cindi Hurley and Mr. Ken Collier

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Godwin

Mr. and Mrs. David S. Aldridge

Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Conklin III

Ms. Delia Guzman and Mr. Justo Gonzalez

Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Altman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Cooper

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gower

Mr. and Mrs. Allan W. Anderson Sr.

Dr. and Mrs. Macon G. Core III

Mr. and Mrs. Tucker Greene

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Ansley

Mr. and Mrs. Alston D. Correll III

Mr. and Mrs. Brooks M. Gregory

Apogee Scholarship Fund

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Creekmuir

Mrs. Meriel M. Gregory

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Artigue

Mr. and Mrs. David Danhof

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Grenier

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Artigue

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dean

Dr. Letha and Mr. James Griffin

Ms. Randi Aton

Mr. and Mrs. James D. Decker

Mr. and Mrs. Stuart R. Grubb

Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Atwood

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Deguire

Mr. and Mrs. T. Kent Hammond

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Baker

Mr. and Mrs. M. Travis DeHaven

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hannan

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Banks

Mr. and Mrs. Steven W. Delonga

Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Harman III

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Barton

Mr. and Mrs. Ralf P. Deltrap

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Harper

Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Barton

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher W. Devine

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan M. Harris

Dr. and Mrs. Asad Bashey

Mrs. Lisa Jones Dobbs

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Harrison

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baumann

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dolan

Mr. and Mrs. David D. Harvey III

Mrs. M. J. Beebe

Mr. and Mrs. Jed Dorsey

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Haubrich

Mr. and Mrs. Craig A. Belisle

Mr. and Mrs. C. Brandon Downs

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Henn

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Bell Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. James Russell Duncan III

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory D. Henry

Mr. and Mrs. Brandon W. Bennett

Employment Solutions Management

Mr. and Mrs. William Matthew Hereford

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Bertholf

Mr. and Mrs. Scott J. Fahy

Ms. Angela Denise Herrington

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin L. Best

Mr. and Mrs. John Falcone

Dr. and Mrs. Michael C. Hilton

Mr. and Mrs. Erik M. Bjerke

Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Fallon

Mr. and Mrs. William S. Hollett

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bland

Mr. and Mrs. Carle A. Felton

Mr. and Mrs. H. Fletcher Homer III

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. Bogart

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Fess

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen F. Horgan

Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Bomar

Mr. and Mrs. Brandt E. Fifer

Mr. and Mrs. Gavin Houldin

Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Boor

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Finlay

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hunter

Mr. and Mrs. Sean P. Brady

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce G. Ford

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. G. Hutchings

Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Brindell III

Ms. Laurie G. Ford

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory S. Broms

Mr. and Mrs. J. Daniel Forrestal

Mr. and Mrs. George Simms Jenkins IV

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley E. Brown

Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fryer

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Jensen

Ms. Carlyce Marie Burns

Mr. and Mrs. Adam T. Fuller

Mr. and Mrs. David E. Johnson

Mr. J. Franklin Burns

Ms. Ivonne Betancourt and Mr. Omar Galan

Mr. and Mrs. Leston J. Juneau

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Calhoun

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Garber

Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kampfe

Ms. Michae DiPinto and Mr. Gregory Camia

Mr. and Mrs. Greg B. Gates

Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Kaufmann

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Campbell

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gates

Mr. and Mrs. Graham C. Kennedy

Mr. and Mrs. Chris M. Carlos

Mr. Christopher Joseph Genovese

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Kesterton

Dr. and Mrs. Billy G. Chacko

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Gephardt

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis R. Kimball

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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. King

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Morton

Ms. Bresiea Kirkpatrick

Mr. and Mrs. Laurence P. Murphy

Mrs. Caroline D. Clear Rudolph and Mr. Benjamin Rudolph

Dr. Andrea and Dr. Matthew Klopman

Ms. Gia Partain and Mr. Paul Murphy

Dr. and Mrs. Bryan S. Russell

Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Knoechel

Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Murray

Mr. and Mrs. Jason S. Russell

Mrs. Deborah J. Koehler

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Nelli

Mr. and Mrs. John N. Russell

Mr. and Mrs. Travis D. Lackey

Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Nelson

Sage Dining Services, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Lawson

Mr. and Mrs. Marc R. O’Connor

Mr. and Mrs. David P. Sansaverino

Dr. Laura and Mr. Edward Little

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Joseph O’Connor

Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Livezey

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Odiorne

Mrs. Deepa Chaudhary and Mr. Shivanker Saxena

Mrs. Beth Lowry

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Olsen

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Lowry

Mr. and Mrs. Jason Owen

Mr. and Mrs. Tony Luigs

Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. Pearson

Mr. and Mrs. Jon D. Lundquist

Mr. and Mrs. Jason W. Peck

Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Lyles Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Penman

Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Lynn

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pennington

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Maitski

Mr. and Mrs. Kent Peters

Mr. and Mrs. Alan M. Maxwell

Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Poch

Mr. and Mrs. Sean D. McCarthy

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Ponder

Dr. and Mrs. W. Cody McClatchey

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Preston

Ms. Madelaine Outland McCrorie

Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Prinsen

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip S. McCrorie

Mr. and Mrs. Neil L. Pruitt Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Shawn McCrystal

Mr. and Mrs. Francesco Quinterno

Mr. and Mrs. Dion A. McDonald

Dr. Kelly Carson and Mr. Rich Raeside

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne D. McGrew III Mr. and Mrs. Garrison McMillan

Drs. Melisa Rathburn-Stewart and Michael Stewart

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Mehaffey

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew D. Reams

Mr. and Mrs. LaJuan Spivey

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Meier

Mr. and Mrs. Michael M. Reid

Staffing Solutions Southeast

Dr. and Mrs. John B. Meisinger

Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hayes Reifenberger

Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Staples III

Mr. and Mrs. Allan P. Merrill

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick G. Renn

Mr. and Mrs. Lever F. Stewart III

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Wallace Meshad

Mr. and Mrs. Wes Reynolds

Ms. Cameron Ives and Mr. David Stockert

Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Meszaros

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Rice Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Stout

Mr. and Mrs. David T. Metzner

Mr. and Mrs. John Rimel

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Strassner

Mr. and Mrs. D. Matthew Middelthon

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Robertelli

Mr. and Mrs. Todd M. Stuart

Mr. and Mrs. J. Bart Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Marshall P. Roberts

Mr. and Mrs. David Sullivan

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt M. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Adam Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sumter Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Fernando G. Milo

Ms. Kimberly C. Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. F. Neal Sumter III

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Mitchell III

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Robinson

Mr. and Mrs. Dick Surdykowski Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew T. Mitchem

Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Roch Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Brendt C. Swink

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Montgomery

Dr. and Mrs. David Rodriguez

Dr. Louise Tashjian

Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Mooney III

Mr. and Mrs. B. Clayton Rolader

Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Thomas

Dr. Jean Sonnenfield and Mr. Gareth E. Morgan

Mr. and Mrs. Jay M. Rottner

Mr. and Mrs. Don A. Thomas

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scarborough Dr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Schlatterer Mr. and Mrs. Rob Schochet Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Schultz Mr. and Mrs. Todson B. Schweizer Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Scothorn Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Scott III Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Scott Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery J. Seay Mr. William B. Shaheen Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Nealon D. Smith Ms. Suzanne G. Smith Mr. and Mrs. J. Clayton Snellings Ms. Andrea Rowland and Mr. Arturo Somoza Mr. and Mrs. Mark Spinner

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Mr. and Mrs. Knox R. Thompson

Mr. L. Lin Wood

Mr. Richard A. Petree

Dr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Toledo

Mrs. Lauren Foregger Woods

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Sullivan

Mrs. Sarah C. Townsend and Mr. Justin Ryder

Mr. and Mrs. Todd Woods

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hearne Tucker

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Vail

Dr. and Mrs. G. Williamson Wray III

Mr. and Mrs. James L. Volker

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Van Dyke

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Wright II

Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Womack

Mr. and Mrs. Angelo R. Varrone

Dr. and Mrs. Randy J. Yanda

Mr. and Mrs. James B. Voyles

Ms. Sue Yarborough

GENERAL FINANCIAL AID

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bolling Waldner Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Yeager III

Jack & Anne Glenn Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Todd P. Wandtke

Mr. and Mrs. Kurt A. Zuch

Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Edwards

Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ward Jr.

Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fryer

Mr. and Mrs. John Andrew Wardner

Mrs. Anne Rivers Gunton

Mr. and Mrs. Aaron C. Warrick

THE BLESSINGS FUND

Mr. and Mrs. David F. Haddow

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wearing

Ms. Kathryn Shannon Flynn

Holy Innocents’ Parents’ Association

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Weissinger

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Ghertner

Mr. and Mrs. Marion P. Rivers III

Drs. Laura and Thomas B. West

Dr. Shan Overton

Mrs. Claire Abreu Webber

Whitehead & Associates, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. David M. Simpson

Rev. Linda S. Whitmire

Mr. and Mrs. R. Kelly Williams Jr.

DOROTHY SULLIVAN FINANCIAL AID FUND

GENERAL ENDOWMENT

Mr. and Mrs. Ridley Williams

Mr. and Mrs. Dennis M. Betz

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Farrell Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Wood

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Ghertner

Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Shunnarah

Mrs. Deborah Jamison Wood

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kent McReynolds

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Williams Jr.

SCHOLARSHIP AND ENDOWMENT FUNDS The Beare-Jones Financial Aid Fund

Alan A. Lewis Memorial Scholarship

The Blessings Fund

Fund for the Loridans Teaching Fellowship

Dr. Frank L. Butler and Marilyn Butler Blane Scholarship

Alice L. Malcolm Headmaster’s Award

Edward E. Ford Global Citizenship Fund

Bruce E. Mitchell Financial Aid Fund

Excellence in Moral Courage Award

National Honor Society Scholarship

Fund for Faculty Enrichment

Alex W. Patterson Scholarship Fund

General Endowment for Financial Aid

Rasmus Family Fund

Goizueta Foundation Endowed Fund for STEAM Initiatives

Rick Betts Professional Development Fund

The Greenbaum Family Grant for Faculty Enrichment

Fund for Spanish Language Education in the Lower School

The Inglett Family Financial Aid Fund

Dorothy Sullivan Financial Aid Fund

Margaret W. Kaminer Memorial Financial Aid Award

Wilbanks Award for Excellence in Fine and Performing Arts

Fund for Learning Resource Center, the Ma-Ran Foundation

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PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION The HIES Parents’ Association supports and enriches the school’s academic and community programs, serving as a liaison to promote communication between the parents, administration, faculty and staff. In addition, Fundraising and Community Life committees marshal the resources, talents and efforts of hundreds of parent volunteers to provide the “extras” that enrich the lives of HIES students and our community. Last year, our Parents’ Association fundraisers were the Blame It On Rio! Gala, Tuition Raffle, Bear Benefits Card, Bingo Night, Bear WearHouse and Community Partners, which allowed us to give over $340,000 to the School to directly benefit HIES students. In addition to fundraising, our Parents’ Association also supports and funds the following for our HIES community:

GALA 2016 SPONSORS

Lorin and Matthew Middelthon

The Gala is the Parents’ Association’s premier school fundraiser and in 2016, we raised over $220,000. Thank you so much to our generous sponsors!

Tara Plimpton and Steve Elder

BRONZE CORPORATE SPONSOR

REVELERS

Piedmont Healthcare, Kevin and Elizabeth Brown

Applerouth Tutoring Services

KING MOMO

Cindy and Craig Belisle GV Financial Advisors

Delta Air Lines, Michelle Gallagher National Distributing Company, Chris Carlos

Cynthia and Michael Reid Sterling Risk Advisors

Tammy and Bob Arnold

Christy and Dan Campbell Hire Dynamics Jenny Pittman Cantrell

HARLEQUINS

Sylvia and David Corts

Atlanta Orthodontic Specialists, Melisa Rathburn-Stewart and Michael Stewart

Shannon and Robby Cullens

• Parent Representatives for each grade and division

Lynn and Rob Brindell

JJD Investments, LLC J.D. Deutschmann

Chris Carlos

• Welcoming new families to HIES

Peggy and Brent Farnham

Hodges and Hicks General Contractors LLC

Kara and David Fentress

• Monthly Grade Level Newsletters and the BearTracks e-newsletters

Sou and Bruce Ford JUGGLERS

• Annual Gala, our premier fundraising event

Michelle and John Fuller

Beacham & Co. Realtors, Lynda Brooks and Ashley Kirokin

Tricia and Mark Gephardt

• Faculty and Staff Spring Appreciation Lunch

Brooks-Berry-Haynie & Associates, Inc., Kerry and Jason Owen

Dee Dee and Justo Gonzalez

• Teacher Treats Breakfasts

Buckhead Uniforms

• Daily fresh fruit snacks for MS/US students

Lorri and Forrest McClain

• Christmas Luncheon for Faculty and Staff

Amanda and Knox Thompson

• Spring for a Cause (Fun Run/Spring Fling) Charity Picnic and Carnival

Donna and Andy Toledo

• Liaison to promote communication between the School and parents

Peachtree Tents and Events

Ed Voyles Automotive, Krist and Ben Voyles

Globe Chemical/Cleanstar National Leah and Mike Henry Crystal and David Johnson Kelly and Andrew Kardian Margaret and David Lawson Allyson and Jon Lundquist Jolie and Al Maxwell Madelaine McCrorie

MERRY MAKERS

Kathy and Phillip McCrorie

• Parent Education Seminars with guest speakers

Lori and Scott Ainsworth

Michele and Jeff McKinnis

Helen and John Donahue

Suzann and Terry Moore

• 6th Grade Cotillion class coordination

Lyn and Brandt Fifer

Jean and Gareth Morgan

• Caring Bears meal delivery to Holy Innocents’ families in need

Susan and Jim Hannan

Claire and Mark Murray The Murray Law Firm

Connie and Mark Hawn Brindley and Mike Johnson Janet and Joe King Tricia and Mark Maloney Malia and David Metzner

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Kristin and Tommy Newberry Rebecca and Patrick O’Connor Catherine and Arnie Pittman Kim and Ashok Reddy Suzy and Ed Smith


Rosa and Neal Sumter Linda and Nicholas Theos Shannon and Robert Waldner Becky and Dave Wallis Tasha and Scott Whitehead Whitehead and Associates, Inc. Beth and Ridley Williams Teri and Michael Zarrillo

2016 SPRING FOR A CAUSE SPONSORS The Parents’ Association encourages our students to give back to our community through our Spring for a Cause (Fun Run and Spring Fling). The event was a huge success with our students and families raising about $13,000 for Horizons Atlanta. PLATINUM LEVEL

The Brady Family

The McKowntown Family

SunTrust

The Bull Family

The Martin Family

Atlanta Orthodontic Specialists

The Burns Family

The Meisinger Family

The Burris Family

The Miller Family

The Busch Family

The Morris Family

The Crandall Family

The Murray Family

GOLD LEVEL

The Davies Family

The Northcutt Family

The Coca-Cola Company

The Deguire Family

The Notario Family

The Icebox … Cool Stuff

The Devine Family

The O’Connor Family

The Dorsey Family

The Oggs Family

BRONZE LEVEL

The Downs Family

The Rojas Family

Experient Group, Inc., Melissa and Jonathon Davis

The Gephardt Family

The Schlatterer Family

Suzy Smith, Keller Williams Realty First Atlanta

The Goetze Family

The Siddiqui Family

The Grenier Family

The Smith Family

The Grigsby Family

The Sims Family

The Hammond Family

The Sirotkin Family

FAMILY SPONSORS

The Harper Family

The Somoza Family

The Ainsworth Family The Barton Family

The Henn Family

The Sullivan Family

HIES 3rd Grade Girl Scout Troop 4548

The Toledo Family

The Baughn Family

The Hunter Family

The Waldner-Cook Family

The Bell Family

The Jacobs Family

The Welden Family

The Birdsey Family

Kelly and Simms Jenkins

The White Family

The Bittel Family

Caroline and Catherine McDearman

The Windley Family

Charlie & Christine Bradley

The McKay Family

Drs. Melisa Rathburn-Stewart and Michael Stewart

Village Burger, Tricia and Matt Gephardt

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FINE ARTS ALLIANCE Founded in 2003, the Fine Arts Alliance (FAA) continues to grow through enthusiastic parent support. We are able to offer more ways than ever to support the arts garnering many accolades and awards for the HIES Fine Arts Department and its students. The Fine Arts Alliance organizes parent volunteers to support chorus, band, orchestra, drama, visual arts and media literacy programs. Parent volunteers assist in many areas including receptions, concessions, box office sales, field trips and events, such as the Open Mic Night and Film Festivals as well as the design and installation of the Christmas decorations around campus. One of the key highlights in 2015-2016 was the fourth year of our Fine Arts Alliance partnership with the High Museum of Art, providing numerous opportunities to HIES students, faculty, and the parent community. The Fine Arts Alliance raises funds through Balanced Excellence dues, concession and box office sales for four theatrical productions. The Alliance’s annual Wreath and Christmas décor sale and as well as a community-building movie night also contribute to our fundraising efforts. On February 25, 2016, the Fine Arts Alliance hosted the biennial Arts & Fashion Show “A Heart for the Arts.” It is the premier fundraising event for the Fine Arts programs at Holy Innocents’ and hosts more than 300 parents, friends, and faculty.

“A HEART FOR THE ARTS” SPONSORS DAVINCI SPONSOR Tracy and Allan Merrill Becky and Dave Wallis REMBRANDT SPONSORS The Cravey Family The Causey and Kessler Families Lisa and Art Martinez Kristin and Bruce Roch Misty and Steve Smith, MS Industries Drs. Melisa Rathburn-Stewart and Michael Stewart, Atlanta Orthodontic Specialists MONET SPONSORS Mary Bev and John Barrett Nicole and Chris Carlos Melissa and Jonathon Davis Connie and Mark Hawn Brindley and Michael Johnson Jayne Ann and Clay Milling Nancy and John Patterson PICASSO SPONSORS Elizabeth and Andy Ausband Tressa and Chris Bell

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Heidi and Eric Domescik

• Cameras for the Photography Program

Sibet and Bruce Freides

• Financial Aid for Music students going to Disney Workshop and Journalism students going to the NSPA convention

Tricia and Matt Gephardt Julie and Mark Goldberg Lonii and Will Herman Molly and Dennis James Diane and Patrick Jones Kimberly and Brian Lusink Aimee and Andy Malcolm Kris and John Mallady Laura and David Marcontell Alesa McArthur Marshall McArthur Madelaine McCrorie Vicki and Clete McGinty Michele and Scott Nelson Catherine and Arnie Pittman

• Rental of Lefont Theaters for US Film Festival • Sound engineers for all theatre productions • Scholarships for graduating seniors • Continued academic affiliation with the High Museum of Art • $50,000.00 contribution to the One School Capital Campaign – the final payment bringing the total contribution from the FAA to $190,000.00 The Alliance will continue to provide new resources to our students and teachers as the results of significant fund-raising efforts

Jenny Pittman Cantrell

Beth and William Rousseau

Kitty and Alston Correll

Janie and Rick Sager

Trisha Gross and Scott Ehlers

Leanne and Christopher Shaw

Kara and David Fentress

Kim and Paul Sherk

Caroline and Michael Fierman

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Mary Beth and David Verlander

Michelle and John Fuller

Arts Alliance.

Linda and Tim Weber

Beth and Bill Godwin

Jennifer and Terry Weiss

Janet and Joseph King

Beth and Ridley Williams

Tricia and Mark Maloney

Kelly and David Williams

and will launch “Pies For A Purpose”. Visit the Fine Arts Alliance page on the school website under Campus Life/Parent Organizations and

Yvonne and Ricard Nelli MaryBeth and Mac Gibson The Finley Firm, P.C. Penny and John Sapone Suzy and Ed Smith Rosa and Neal Sumter Linda and Nick Theos WYETH SPONSORS Lori and Scott Ainsworth Lisa and David Baker Christi and Matt Barr Karen and Steven Boor Newday Media Services Michae DiPinto and Gregory Camia

The funds raised by the Fine Arts Alliance last year contributed to the Fine Arts department in the following ways: • Instrument purchases including a bass, cases, bridges and strings for Orchestra, a sound system for the Band classroom, new concert attire for the Chorus ensembles • Bookcases for the Yearbook room, framing of the C&G magazines • Purchase of a Digital Mixer, lumber rack and new microphones for Theatre • Visiting glassblower for week-long series with art students

Robin and Charles Conklin

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THE HOLY INNOCENTS’ ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION - CRIMSON AND GOLD The Crimson and Gold is an organization

• Video camera and tripod for Boys Soccer

GOLD MEMBERSHIP

that supports the broad spectrum of

• New team benches for Baker Field

Elizabeth and Andy Ausband

athletic teams and programs offered by

• New Poles for Pole Vault

Elizabeth and Kevin Brown

Holy Innocents’ and run by the HIES Athletic

• Portable Lacrosse goal

Ashley and Joe Chapman

• Motivational shirts for Swimming/Diving

Nancy and Bill Davies

• Tennis ball machine

Karen and Frank Fallon

Association. Crimson and Gold is composed of parent volunteers who contribute their time to build a school-wide legacy of spirit

Kelly and Andrew Kardian

and tradition for all HIES athletic teams. Annual Crimson and Gold fundraising projects include the Crimson and Gold Membership, the HIES Annual Golf Classic and the Crimson and Gold Sports program. The purpose of the Crimson and Gold is:

CRIMSON AND GOLD MEMBERSHIP

Madelaine McCrorie Shannon Nease and Tommy Tindall Laura Williams Sirotkin The Nicholas G. Theos Family

THE GOLDEN BEAR MEMBERSHIP

Prue and Michael Waters

The Carlos Family Beth and Matt Hereford

CRIMSON MEMBERSHIP

Stephanie and Chris Langford

The Bennett Family

Lorri and Forrest McClain

Brenda and Rick Bradshaw

• Foster and inspire school spirit and enthusiasm within the community

Laura and Peter J. Mace

Melissa and Jonathon Davis

Suzy and Ed Smith

• Raise funds to supplement and enhance our athletic programs with equipment, facilities and service

Carter and Travis DeHaven

The Whitehead Family: Ashley, Peyton, Tasha and Scott

Kara and David Fentress

• Promote and encourage athletic objectives of all HIES organized team sports

Laura and Johnny Foster The Hix Family

Last year, the Crimson and Gold contributed funds to many athletic programs and initiatives including: • Impact (concussion) Testing for all US and MS athletes • State Championship Banners • Financial Aid Assistance • Team travel and team bonding/ leadership opportunities • State Championship plaques for Volleyball and Girls Basketball • Football helmets and tackling equipment • Tent for Cross Country and Track • Logo floor mops for Basketball • Krossover Game Breakdown Software for Basketball • Volleyball nets and carts • Golf simulator • Motivational shirts for XC and Track • Chocolate milk in the weight room • Banner for Wrestling

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Paula and Steve Dickson The Gibson Family Amy and Mike Gorin Jessica and Russell Harrell Shelli and Jon Keagle Raymond and Shellie Kelly The Laws Family Margaret and David Lawson Mindy and Ivan McCloskey Audrey and Greg McMenamy Heather and Mack McNair Jennifer and Glenn Mitchell Cherry and Tim Hudgins Janet and Joe King The McGinty Family Tricia and Mark Maloney Jolie and Al Maxwell Mandy and Jordan Mayers The Milling Family Kelly and Heath Morgan Rebecca, Patrick, and Kat O’Connor Dana and Dave Patton Yvonne and Richard Nelli The Reams Family

Elizabeth, Chris and Hannah Morris Elizabeth and Nick Nichols Carol and Brooks O’Kelley Jude and Sean Rasmus Ali and Jay Rottner The Scothorn Family The Ventulett Family Virginia and Todd Watson Gretchen and Kevin Webb

17TH ANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC SPONSORS

The Sapone Family Misty and Steve Smith Rosa and Neal Sumter Anne and Peter Symbas Roberta and Derek Tanner Tracy and Jackson Wilson The Woods Family WHITE MEMBERSHIP Tracie and Mike Adams Lisa and David Baker The Barton Family Jennifer and Bryan Blasingame Karen and Steven Boor Lou Ann Brauer Clare and Brad Brown Andra and David Brown Jennifer and John Coleman

PRESENTING SPONSOR Coca-Cola Refreshments Piedmont Healthcare

The Schlatterer Family Village Burger HOLE SPONSORS 7 Bridges Atlanta Orthodontic Specialists Bogart, Hurst and Ference

PATRON SPONSOR

Cresa Atlanta

The Deguire Family

The Fallon Family

Ed Voyles Automotive

The Floyd and Mangum Families

Exponation LLC

The Jackson Family

Northwestern Benefits

The Kardian Family

The Christopher Wood Family

Chris, Ella and Bailey Means The Null Family

FOURSOME SPONSORS

The Olim Family

Amelia Bay

Suzy Smith, Keller Williams Realty Atlanta

The Belisle Family

The Woods Family

Dr. J Enterprise LLC Express Oil Change and Service Center Morgan Stanley OGARAJETS 2015-2016 ANNUAL REPORT

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HORIZONS ATLANTA Horizons Atlanta at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School believes that every child, regardless of background, should have the same chance at having a positive impact on his or her community. Our sixweek academic enrichment program housed in the HIES Primary School and Upper School provides this opportunity to economically disadvantaged local public school students by eliminating critical barriers to success. Horizons students are challenged academically, socially, and physically through our Global Academy, a blend of project-based and service learning activities teaching each child how to be a productive global citizen. Horizons secures funding from local foundations, individuals, corporations, and community organizations. We are grateful to the Holy Innocents’ Parents Association for raising $12,518 through the Spring for a Cause Fun Run in April of 2016. In May of 2016, Horizons at HIES participated in Horizons Giving Day, a national effort to raise funds and awareness of the program. We surpassed our site’s goal of $26,000, thanks to many individual donations from the HIES community. The funds raised contribute to our operations and programming including our highly qualified staff, transportation, meals, field trips, and supplies. The program would not be possible without the support of the Holy Innocents’ community. Horizons would like to thank all of our volunteers, donors, and board members for their time, talents, and generous resources.

SUPPORT FROM FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS, AND MATCHING GIFTS Atlanta Orthodontic Specialists Bell Family Foundation John & Mary Franklin Foundation The Go Big Red Foundation Jim and Sarah Walton Holy Innocents’ Episcopal Church Holy Innocents’ Parents’ Association Horizons Atlanta IBM matching fund JALS Foundation Morris Manning & Martin R. Howard Dobbs Foundation The Sandy Springs Society Syracuse University

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LEAD INDIVIDUAL DONORS

Becky and Rick Mayo

Leanne and Paul Barton

Eric Melson

Sakina Bashey

J. Bart Miller

Susan and John Brodnan

Jason Owen

Karen and David Calhoun

David Panton

Alan Carson

Daniel Phippen

Heather Deguire

Jan and Lever Stewart

Mary and Jeffrey Douglass

Michael Stewart

Lindsey and Brandon Downs

F. Neal Sumter III

Michele and Rusty Duncan

Andrew Toledo

Natalie Epperson

Kim Reddy

Tricia Gephardt

Louise and Tom Wells

Susan and Jim Hannan

Georgia and Bob Watts

Kathy and Ken Henderson M. Suzanne Howard Nancy and Les Juneau Charlene Lee

We deeply appreciate the support of all of our donors, but due to space, we have not included all of our individual donors names.


Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School Summary of Financial Operations Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School - Fiscal Year 2015-2016 ($ in thousands) Summary of Financial Operations - Fiscal Year 2015-2016 ($ in thousands) Revenue Revenue Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School $ 29,393 Tuition & fees Fiscal Year 2015-2016 1,209 Auxiliary $ 29,393 Tuition &fees fees& services ($ in thousands) 2,325 Contributions & services releases of restricted gifts 1,209 Auxiliary fees & Revenue 93 Investment income 2,325 Contributions & releases of restricted gifts $ 29,393 107 Other 93 88.7% Investment income Tuition & fees Other Auxiliary fees & services 1,209 107 3.6% 33,127 7.0% Total Revenue Contributions & releases of restricted gifts $ 2,325 $ 33,127 Total Revenue 0.3%

88.7% 3.6% 88.7% 7.0% 3.6% 0.3% 7.0% 0.3% 0.3% 100.0% 100.0%

Other 107 0.3% Exopenses Exopenses Total Revenue $ 33,127 100.0% $ 22,859 Employee compensation and benefits 3,607 Physical plant & plant replacement $ 22,859 Employee compensation and benefits Expenses 2,017 Instruction and&student support 3,607 Physical plant plant replacement Employee compensation and benefits $ 22,859 1,437 Auxiliary cost ofstudent goods sold 2,017 69.4% Instruction and support 272 11.0% Insurance 1,437 sold Physical plant & plant replacement 3,607 Auxiliary cost of goods 215 6.1% Interest expense Insurance Instruction and student support 2,017 272 2,521 General administrative and other 215 4.4% Interest expense Auxiliary cost of goods sold 1,437 2,521 General administrative and other Insurance 272 0.8% Total Expenses $ 32,928 215 Total Expenses Interest expense $ 32,928 0.7%

69.4% 11.0% 69.4% 6.1% 11.0% 4.4% 6.1% 0.8% 4.4% 0.7% 0.8% 7.7% 0.7% 7.7% 100.0% 100.0%

SUMMARY OF FINANCIAL OPERATIONS

Investment income

General administrative and other

93

2,521

7.7%

$ 50,137 Property, Plant and Equipment Value $ 50,137100.0% Property, Plant and Equipment Value Total Expenses $ 32,928 $ 18,586 Endowment Property, Plant and Equipment Value $ $ 50,137 18,586 Endowment Endowment $ 18,586

2015-2016 HIES Revenue Breakdown 2015-2016 HIES REVENUE BREAKDOWN 2015-2016 HIES Revenue Breakdown Contributions & releases of restricted gifts Contributions & releases 7.0% gifts of restricted

Auxiliary fees & services Auxiliary fees & 3.6% services

7.0%

Investment income 0.3%income Investment Other 0.3% 0.3% Other 0.3%

3.6%

Tuition & fees 88.7% Tuition & fees 88.7%

Tuition & fees

Auxiliary fees & services

Contributions & releases of restricted gifts

Investment income

Other

Tuition & fees

Auxiliary fees & services

Contributions & releases of restricted gifts

Investment income

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Alums Giving Back: Hank Wells ’07 serves as board member for the Horizons program at HIES.

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Families Giving Back The Wells Family Embraces Horizons Summer Program

BY Christine Brodnan Site Director, Horizons Atlanta

The Wells family, Hank ’07 and Katharine ’07, and Tom ’02, have been involved in the Horizons program at Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School since their years as students at HIES. Their mother, Louise Wells, Managing Partner at Morris, Manning & Martin LLP, began serving as a board member for the nonprofit based at HIES, in 2001. “Horizons has been a part of our family since the program began at HIES,” Louise said. “Tom volunteered for three summers beginning with the swimming program that first summer in 1999. Immediately, we all fell in love with the program and children.” Hank has fond memories of volunteering with Horizons alongside his twin sister, Katharine. “Each summer we would spend about 1-2 weeks with Horizons,” he said. “I loved it because I had an opportunity to do everything from helping with swimming classes to working individually with students who needed extra attention in reading.” Horizons is part of a national network of programs located on independent school and college campuses – the HIES site opened in 1999 and is one of eight local and 52 national sites. Serving economically disadvantaged local public-school students through a six-week summer enrichment program, Horizons exists to mitigate a phenomenon called the “summer slide” that significantly impacts economically disadvantaged students. “The underprivileged students we help are at a major disadvantage within the education system, and the statistics show that during the summer, kids often lose up to three months in critical reading and math skills,” Hank said. “Horizons effectively, every single summer, helps students avoid this summer slump – our results are incredible.” In 2016, the Horizons at HIES 3rd-8th graders gained, on average, 2.3 months of reading skills in just six weeks, according to the STAR assessment. Approximately 130 K-8th-grade students attended the 2016 summer program in HIES’s Primary School and Upper School buildings, with 58 current HIES high school students serving as classroom and swim volunteers. Hank visited several times this summer and was impressed with his experience. “One of the classes was leading a lemonade stand and learning how to manage a business and money,” he said. “The kids haggled

me (in the cutest way possible) to buy a ton of lemonade and were so excited when I did. Horizons goes way deeper than ‘summer school’ with aspects like this.” Horizons is designed to fuel a life-long passion for learning, blending high-quality academics with project-based and hands-on learning experiences. Horizons at HIES is a Global Academy, teaching all students what it means to be a global citizen. The lemonade stand was part of the program’s efforts to raise funds for My Vision for Refugees, the nonprofit orphanage that Sam Johnson ’09 started in Guinea. The global aspect to the program is one of Hank’s favorites, and he explains that the Global Academy connects students to worthy causes they might not have been aware of. “Kids were speaking with me about things like involvement at local senior living communities and raising money for Sam’s orphanage,” Hank said. “They banded together to raise money for the orphanage and their awareness of global poverty and Africa was truly amazing as a result.” After hearing Sam speak, the Horizons students and families were inspired and raised exactly $500 for the orphanage through various efforts including the lemonade stand. Two years ago after re-settling in Atlanta, Hank decided to join his mother on the Horizons at HIES site advisory board. He encourages fellow alums to get involved in Horizons and see the impact first-hand. “Please take a day off during the summer and come visit, volunteer and talk to our kids. Lunch with the kids is rewarding because they love speaking with adults,” he said. “If you can’t visit, donating is obviously a great way to get involved. We have an annual giving day and the community rallying around it is extremely important.” Every May, Horizons participates in an annual online giving competition, Horizons Giving Day, and our site raised approximately $25,000 in 2015 and 2016 thanks to the support of many HIES families. “I believe in this cause,” he said. Horizons is a great way for Holy Innocents’ to provide value to the community year round and also gives local students access to resources that their schools may not offer. Our resources would go untapped during the summer.” To learn more about Horizons at HIES, contact Christine Brodnan at christine.brodnan@hies.org.

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