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2017–2018 Report of Appreciation


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CONTENTS Dear Friends of Holderness...........................................................1 Architectural Plans Translating Teaching & Learning Principles........................... 2

BOARD OF TRUSTEES Sandeep Alva Neale Attenborough Katie Crumbo

A Matching Gift to Inspire Others: Supporting the Hagerman Center Renovations..................... 4 Putting Academics on Equal Ground: One Donor’s Perspective.......................................................... 5

Carolyn Cullen ’87

Intentional Planning...................................................................... 6

Bob Cunha, Treasurer

Taking a Chance............................................................................ 8

Chris Davenport ’88 Andrew Davis

Dedicated Volunteers................................................................... 9

Paul John Ferri, Jr.

Holderness in China: Opening Doors........................................ 10

Tracy McCoy Gillette ’89 Robert Hall, Chair

Receiving Nothing in Return.......................................................12

Susie B. Hayes

Financial Overview...................................................................... 14

The Right Rev. Robert Hirschfeld, President

Giving to Holderness...................................................................15

Burgwell Howard ’82

Day of Giving February 20, 2018.........................................................16

Chris Keating ’81, Secretary

Reunion Giving.......................................................................................... 17

Peter Kimball ’72 Robert Kinsley ’88 Alex MacCormick ’88, Alumni Association President

Thank You to Our 2017-18 Donors..............................................18 Thank You Volunteers................................................................. 39

Sue MacGrath Kevin Mattingly R. Phillip Peck Thomas Phillips ’75 Nell Reynolds Andrew Sawyer ’79 Harry Sheehy Gary Spiess Matthew Storey Sander van Otterloo ’94 Richard Vieira

HEADMASTER EMERITUS The Rev. Brinton W. Woodward, Jr.

HONORARY TRUSTEES Warren C. Cook Jim Hamblin ’77 Piper Orton ’74 W. Dexter Paine III ’79 Will Prickett ’81

Please send notice of address changes to the Advancement Office, PO Box 1879, Plymouth, NH 03264, or advancement@holderness.org. ©2019 Holderness School. CO-EDITORS: Patrick Buckley and Emily Magnus ’88 CONTRIBUTORS: Suzanne Dewey, Neal Frei ’03, Andrew Herring, Stacy Lopes, Darren Moore ’99, Phil Peck, and Mark Sturgeon

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DEAR FRIENDS of Holderness

When you think about Holderness, I hope and trust that the first things that come to mind are the remarkable people and programs that make Holderness more than just a school. This report is a chance for us to share some insights into many of those people as well as highlight dynamic developments in our programming. Of course, this report also gives us a chance to express our deep appreciation to all of you for making the Holderness experience possible. You will read about the Elevating Academics Campaign, which will result in a new academic building and comprehensive renovations to Schoolhouse and Hagerman. The building and renovations will be significant, but what will make them significant is not the physical appearance, but how the newly designed spaces will support teaching and learning that is innovative, collaborative, and f lexible. Leaders from both the classroom and the boardroom established a vision, and these new spaces will allow us to achieve that vision. All of it would not be possible without the support of many people devoted to Holderness. Currently, we have $870,000 left to raise to transform the academic spaces on campus. I have been humbled by the generosity of so many members of the Holderness family. I know you will enjoy reading some of their stories and why these folks continue to believe in the Holderness experience. While this campaign is exciting, equally exciting is all the work that volunteers are doing to engage our community. Whether it is this year’s Day of Giving, countless Holderness family events around the country, Parents Association events on campus, or this year’s reunion, their help is invaluable. Selfishly, I love all these events because I learn, grow, and have fun when we are working and playing together. Each article in this report has a different focus, but the one thing that

runs through all of them is giving opportunity. The new building is giving us an opportunity to reconsider what the academic experience can look like; the China trip gives students the opportunity to learn lessons that are only possible through immersion in another culture; and alumni and parent volunteers give back to make sure current and future students have the opportunity to enjoy the same experiences that they (or their children) have had in the past. We frequently say that Holderness is an other-centered community, a community that develops servant leadership. In my 18th year as head of school, I continue to be humbled and inspired by the generous nature of the Holderness family. Holderness is infused with a culture of giving back that continues to grow stronger. In the end, I hope this report stresses that Holderness is a lifestyle, and I thank all of you for making this experience a wonderful life-long journey for all of us. n With my deep appreciation,

Phil

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ARCHITECTURAL PLANS Translating Teaching & Learning Principles

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ob Hall P ’13 ’16 joined the Holderness Board of Trustees in 2011 and has served as its chair since 2016. While sons Stepper ’13 and Henry ’16 originally came to Holderness to pursue ski racing, Bob and his wife Joanie quickly recognized that there was so much more to the school; they realized the school’s real strength comes from its commitment to community. “We could feel it walking around campus,” he remembers. “We could feel it in our boys’ interactions.” That feeling grew as Bob interacted with numerous students, parents, alumni, faculty and staff, first through his role as a board member and later as the chair. He saw and heard how the school’s commitment to the outdoors, the Job Program, sitdown dinners, and other time-honored traditions have built and strengthened the foundation of the Holderness community over many generations. These experiences led him to believe that, in some ways, nothing has changed over the years, not with the students (they still look you in the eye—a good thing) or with the facilities (science is taught in the same labs in which it was taught 30 years ago—not such a good thing).

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That is why Bob, the Holderness Board of Trustees, and the school’s leadership set in motion the Elevating Academics Campaign, recognizing that the dedicated faculty who have been agents of change in the classroom deserve the physical structures that match their passion for teaching and mentoring. After the successes of building Woodward and Pichette Dormitories and replacing the hockey rink—showing our commitment to community and athletics—he says it is now time to address another strength—academics. Bob, Head of School Phil Peck, and the Advancement Office have spoken with a number of alumni and parents, past and present, about the impact a new academic building, the addition of an academic quad, and the renovations to Schoolhouse and Hagerman will have on teaching and learning. Bob recounts how so many have responded to this vision with extraordinary gifts. “It’s been so gratifying,” says Bob. The confidence of these early supporters has helped inspire other members of the Holderness family to make stretch gifts, including three exceedingly generous matching gifts—one from past trustee Wendy Kistler and her husband Phil P ’85 for renovating Hagerman, one from an anonymous


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foundation to create the academic quad, and one from an anonymous family who will match every dollar raised up to $2.5 million and then will contribute $1.60 for every dollar raised up to an additional $2.5 million. Their generosity is truly humbling. Bob continues to be deeply impressed with how “mission centered Holderness is” and how that is ref lected in the board. Holderness is incredibly fortunate to have an engaged and forwardthinking group of trustees, including many alumni and parents. It is made up of professionals from a number of industries—education, healthcare, finance, athletics, and law—and includes the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire. Not only has there been 100% participation for the campaign from this group, but also many trustees have given their biggest contributions ever. In addition to their financial support, they have also taken an active role planning the campaign every step of the way. Leading that effort has been trustee Rob Kinsley ’88 P ’19, who holds a Master of Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania, and is the chairman at Warehaus, an interdisciplinary design firm in York, PA. Rob specializes in campus planning and has made countless trips to Holderness in recent years, interviewing students, alumni, faculty, and staff and asking them about their favorite places— and their least favorite places—on campus to get a f lavor for what will most benefit the school. Trustee Sander van Otterloo ’94, who is the chair of the Intellectual Life Committee and a member of the Buildings and Grounds Committee, says, “Rob Kinsley and his team have spent countless hours talking to teachers and students about ideal learning spaces...From the start, the conversations with the Buildings and Grounds Committee, the Intellectual Life Committee, the faculty, and the student body have all driven the design. Holderness is already using furniture prototypes to make sure we fill the building with furniture that promotes learning.”

a building is not what a typical teacher does, so the designers had to translate teaching and learning into space, which takes considerable thoughtfulness.” Science teacher Randy Houseman, who is currently away on a chair year, adds, “We are looking at the school in new ways and sometimes more holistically. We have lots of time and space issues at Holderness. By removing some of the pressure on both elements, we will free up learners and teachers to be more hands-on and minds-on in very deliberate ways.” Ref lecting on the experience so far, Bob is perhaps most excited about how the campaign has come together. It has been a true community-wide effort— sparked by trustees, faculty and staff, alumni, and parents—all working in unison for the benefit of current and future generations of Holderness students. The Holderness community is grateful to the board for embracing this ambitious project, to the incredible faculty for putting in hours of collaboration on top of their regular teaching, coaching, and advising responsibilities, and to Bob and Joanie Hall for their wonderful generosity and for Bob’s leadership as chair. The Elevating Academics Campaign does more than just add physical space and upgrade our technology; it is about our academic vision, fostering relationships between students and faculty, and creating an environment where intellectual and personal growth is limitless. n

Bob Hall P ’13 ’16

Mathematics Department Chair Elizabeth Wolf, who has been working closely with Rob, says, “Designing

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A MATCHING GIFT TO INSPIRE OTHERS: Supporting the Hagerman Center Renovations

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endy Witter Kistler P ’85 has dedicated her life to serving educational and nonprofit organizations. In addition to being a Holderness School trustee from 1983 to 1993 and co-chairing “A Campaign for the ’80s,” Wendy has served as a member of the board at the Buckingham Browne & Nichols School, the Fenn School, and the Carroll School. In 1985, she chaired the CASE/NAIS Conference for Independent Schools. She has also been a volunteer leader at Smith College and Harvard University and is a member of the Council for the Arts at MIT. A long time trustee of the Boston Museum of Science, she also serves Massachusetts General Hospital as a member of the Ladies Visiting Committee. Wendy and her husband Phil—a Harvard Professor of Neurology and Director Emeritus of the Stroke Service at Massachusetts General Hospital—have two sons: Philip “Flip” Kistler ’85 of Dallas, TX, and David Kistler of Tiburon, CA. “We chose Holderness because of the school’s values: the Chapel and Job programs, family style dinners, dedicated faculty within a supportive learning environment, the challenging experience of Out Back, and the embracing of community,” says Wendy. “We could not be more pleased that the board Wendy and Phil Kistler P ’85

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and the school’s leadership have maintained these essential core values which make Holderness special.” The family has a long history of supporting Holderness; they established the Philip Corder Witter Kistler ’85 Scholarship Fund, in honor of Flip’s graduation, as well as the Kistler Summer Sabbatical Endowed Fund, which provides travel grants for Holderness faculty to pursue interests outside the framework of formal academic study. In the past few years, visual arts teacher Franz Nicolay went to Santa Fe, NM, to participate in a workshop focusing on an introduction to archaeological practices and the ancient Anasazi culture; English teachers John and Marilee Lin explored Norway; and biology teacher Pat Casey took part in a six-day mountain bike race in the Savoie Region of France. Wendy and Phil’s commitment to Holderness continues with their offer of a generous matching gift to inspire others to support the Hagerman Center renovation, a part of the Elevating Academics Campaign. As two of the initial supporters of the original construction of Hagerman, Wendy and Phil want to make sure that the building continues to serve the needs of the school community long into the future. With the addition of a green room, costume storage, and set fabrication workroom, the impact on the theater program will be huge. The Hagerman renovations will also feature increased faculty planning and breakout spaces, a makerspace, a digital lab, and a dedicated Senior Thesis classroom. “It gives us great joy to support the campaign and the school that has meant so much to our family over the last 35 years,” says Wendy. In grateful appreciation of their largesse, Holderness will name the auditorium in Hagerman “The Kistler Family Auditorium” in their honor. With their help, Holderness is turning blueprints into reality. n


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PUTTING ACADEMICS ON EQUAL GROUND: One Donor’s Perspective

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hrough his relationship with the Shelby Cullom Davis Charitable Fund, trustee Andrew A. Davis P ’18 has directed a major gift toward the construction of the new academic building on the Holderness campus. This generous gift will help transform the school’s academic spaces and keep pace with its evolving pedagogy. Andrew is president of Davis Selected Advisers and serves as an investment manager overseeing specific mutual funds as well as numerous private and institutional accounts. He has served on the boards of schools from primary to university level as well as on the investment committees of Colby College (his alma mater) and Friends of Acadia, an environmental organization in Maine. He is the founder of the Davis New Mexico Scholarship, the largest private scholarship fund in the state of New Mexico, and is a member of the Special Projects Committee of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center as well as the Foundation Board of Trustees of the United States Ski and Snowboard Association. He sees Holderness as a place with “remarkable insight and patience” and remarks, “I see a school that helps students find their best selves; that’s the Holderness wheelhouse—drawing out individuals and showing them the best they can be. When parents leave their children on day one preparing to head off on O-Hike, they know their children will be known and tended. In equal measure, students are encouraged toward independence. The experiential programs such as Senior Thesis, Out Back, and the spiritual aspects of Holderness all help develop this independence leading to personal growth.” Despite his appreciation for the school, however, Andrew believes that it exists under the shadow of its athletic prowess and that the story about its robust

“I’M PROUD TO BE A PART OF A SCHOOL THAT PUTS ACADEMICS FIRST; HOLDERNESS IS READY FOR THIS NEXT STEP.”

academic life needs a volume adjustment. “I see real expertise and a depth of ability at the programmatic level,” he says. “I see the same at the administrative and board level as well. Holderness already has a strong educational program. The new building and Elevating Academics Campaign serve as catalysts for this conversation. The educational programming is already there and now there will be a place for it to reside. I’m proud to be a part of a school that puts academics first; Holderness is ready for this next step.” Like many philanthropists, Andrew wants to see and feel the impact of giving. He believes that giving to this campaign is “a gift to the school that can vault Holderness into an enviable position that is overdue. It benefits current students, alumni, and also future students and parents. Bringing the educational assets into one area of campus is a great step for Holderness; it will be transformational.” The Holderness community is truly grateful to Andrew, not only for his generosity, but for the leadership and guidance that he provides as a member of our board. His example has led the way, inspiring others and putting academics on equal ground. n

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hen students have questions, most often they turn to their teachers for answers. Teachers inspire, guide, and lead students through the educational process, no matter what the topic or lesson may be. But what happens when teachers need guidance? Who inspires them and helps them find the motivation to persevere? Who teaches teachers? Veteran faculty have always mentored younger faculty at Holderness, and many faculty have sought advanced degrees and workshops outside of the school; faculty professional development is nothing new. But to intentionally lead teachers to a new level, to provide them with cutting edge research applicable to their classroom experiences, takes another level of care and commitment. In 2016, Holderness School made that commitment and hired Nicole Furlonge, PhD to be its first director of the Center for Teaching and Learning.

Established under the school’s strategic planning goal of creating and sustaining a culture of learning, Holderness School’s Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is a touchstone for teachers and students. Students entering the CTL are still surrounded by books and e-resources but also have access to academic support services. For faculty, the CTL serves as a laboratory for ongoing professional development. Thanks to contributions made to the Holderness Fund, the center has thrived and helped students learn about learning as well as build support for teachers. Generous gifts from donors have also made it possible for Holderness to organize a four-day on-campus workshop—called Holderness LEARNS—for all faculty and staff that is designed to promote collaboration, curiosity, and creativity and is centered on the art and science of teaching and learning. This spring,

From left to right: Kevin Mattingly, PhD, who is both a trustee of the Holderness board and a professor at Columbia University, speaking at last spring’s Holderness LEARNS workshop; faculty collaborating during a Holderness LEARNS workshop; Director of Teaching and Learning Kelsey Berry contributing to a brainstorming session during Holderness LEARNS.

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faculty were treated to conversations with a number of visitors, including Grace A. Chen from Vanderbilt University, Rebecca Nyquist Baelen from the University of Pennsylvania, Kevin Mattingly, PhD from Columbia University (he is also a Holderness trustee), and Efrat Furst, PhD from Harvard University. The speakers shared their extensive knowledge on topics ranging from the experiences of AsianAmerican students in American educational institutions to mindfulness and brain science.

“I DON’T WANT THIS TO BE MY ACADEMIC PROGRAM IN TEN YEARS; I WANT IT TO BE THE HOLDERNESS PROGRAM.”

Faculty professional development continues to occur due to generous donations to several endowed funds including the Kistler Sabbatical Fund, the Edward E. Ford Sabbatical Fund, the Edward E. Ford Summer Study Fund, the Van Otterloo, Henderson, and Brewer Faculty Chair Program, and the Jim and Loli Hammond Faculty Appreciation Fund. Contributions to these generous funds provide faculty with time to pursue advanced degrees, attend conferences, rest, and ref lect. In the summer of 2018, history teacher Kelsey Berry became CTL’s second director when Nicole Furlonge was appointed as the director of the Klingenstein Center at Columbia University’s Teachers College. “My goal this year is to listen,” says Kelsey. “I don’t want this to be my academic program in ten years; I want it to be the Holderness program.” One theme that continues to emerge for her as she takes on this new role is the use of technology. With screens ever-present in students’ lives, when is it too much? What is Holderness School’s philosophical stance and how can we help students to be responsible and intentional digital citizens?

The plans for the new academic building are also on Kelsey’s mind as she continues to help Holderness develop its academic programs and lead important discussions about teaching and learning. “When the new academic building is complete, I think students will immediately experience teachers teaching in different ways,” says Kelsey. That’s where she thinks Holderness has it right. In the planning phase of the new building, emphasis was placed on looking into the future and considering what teaching would look like 10, 20, 30 years from now. The building is being designed to fit those needs—bigger, more f lexible classrooms, collaborative workspaces, and spacious presentation halls. As Kelsey sees it, Holderness has done its homework, not reacting to trends or fads but responding to thoughtful and proven methods of education that are based on scientific research. The Center for Teaching and Learning under the leadership of Nicole and Kelsey has both supported and challenged the faculty, asking them to be students of their craft and making time for their own learning. Fortunately, the financial resources have been available as well, providing powerful learning opportunities as well as the space in which to do it. n

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oseph Massik ’46 grew up in Dorchester, MA, and spent two years at public high school before attending Holderness. He described himself as a “problem child who would not amount to anything,” until Headmaster Edric Weld decided to take a chance on him. He was one of only two Jewish boys in the school at the time and admitted to feeling isolated, but not because of his faith. Instead, he felt apart from most other students because of the physical, outdoor culture of the school; Joe considered himself to be an introvert and more intellectual. However, despite that distance, he would go on to serve as class president and become one the school’s most faithful donors.

After attending Drake University, Joe worked as an assistant editor at a weekly community newspaper before writing advertising copy in Washington, DC. He then became the assistant editor and then editor of the New England edition of TV Guide Magazine. Joe later became a real estate developer and bought and renovated small apartment buildings in Boston. He went to the University Club frequently to swim and also enjoyed spending summers in a small condo near the beach on Nantucket. He once hosted a party at his home on Nantucket for the University Club’s triathlon team. Joe supported a number of organizations in the Boston area, including the Esplanade Association, the Charles River Conservancy, Vilna Shul (Boston’s Center for Jewish Culture), the Massachusetts Housing & Shelter Alliance, the Boys & Girls Club of Boston, and the Nichols House Museum. Joe was also a loyal Holderness supporter, making his first gift in 1955 and contributing his final Holderness Fund gift just two weeks before his passing. Joe died on June 27, 2017, at the age of 89. He was unmarried at the time of his death and had no children, so he chose to leave his estate to a number of esteemed charitable institutions—of which Holderness was one—as well as several nieces and nephews. While his largest gift to Holderness during his lifetime was $500, the school will receive close to $3 million thanks to his incredible generosity and foresight.

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Through his bequest, Joe realized one of Holderness School’s core values—putting the needs of others before one’s own. He also personified our belief that leadership comes in many forms, not just through words and actions, but also through humility and serving the larger community. Joe’s bequest will help fund the construction of the new academic building, which will serve generations of Holderness students, some of whom will excel, just like Joe did, if only given a chance. We cannot think of a more fitting tribute. n


DEDICATED VOLUNTEERS

Parent volunteers at the winter semester exam bake

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he Holderness School Parents Association (HSPA) offers parents an opportunity to become involved in the life of the school through a variety of programs and events during the school year. We are grateful to co-chairs Kathy Cunha P ’16 ’19 and Suzy Lehner P ’21 for their leadership and all the dedicated volunteers who support our students, faculty, and Holderness families. The following is a list of all the amazing events this group has organized in the past year: ▪▪ This fall the Parents Association organized a hospitality tent during home athletic events. New parents could enjoy a variety of treats and had the opportunity to meet and ask questions of our seasoned parents while cheering on their children’s athletic teams. ▪▪ The College Care Packages Committee, chaired by Amy Robbins P ’18 ’20, assembled 85 boxes of food, vitamins, and school supplies and sent them to our newest alumni. These care packages provided a well-needed boost to students navigating their first semester of college classes and exams. ▪▪ During Fall Parents Weekend, the Parents Association raised more than $6,000 with its 50/50 Raff le and held a parent-faculty mixer. ▪▪ On Proctor Day in November, Joe and Ann Casey P ’14 ’17 ’20 led a group of parents in hosting a hospitality tent next to the Robert T.

Low Turf Field and cheered on the Bulls as they ran, kicked, and shot their way to victory. ▪▪ Elizabeth Rohdenburg P ’20 chaired the Winter Parents Weekend Raff le and Silent Auction which took place on February 1. ▪▪ Lisa Cantin P ’17 ’19 and the members of the Faculty Appreciation Committee continue their work on three “Faculty Appreciation Fridays” throughout the school year. During these days, the committee sets up a fun assortment of treats in the faculty lounge and offers chair massages, a smoothie bar, and more. It is a fun way for parents to meet teachers and show their appreciation for all the teachers do for their children. ▪▪ Exam Bake is a long-standing tradition through which the HSPA provides baked goods, an iced coffee bar, and late-night pizza to both faculty and students during December and May exams.

We are grateful to these parent volunteers and all parents who, through their support of the Holderness Fund, through planning events, and through serving as senior thesis mentors, help make Holderness a wonderful place to live and learn. If you are interested in serving on one of the Parents Association committees or would like more information, please contact Stacy Lopes, Associate Director of Alumni and Parent Relations, at (603) 779-5228 or slopes@holderness.org. n

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Holderness in China:

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ach year since 2015, the families of our Chinese students have sponsored a summer trip to their country for a small group of students and faculty. The group visits historic sites and museums, tries authentic cuisine, visits the Chinese families in their homes, and experiences a different culture first-hand. It is an amazing opportunity for our students and would not be possible without the generosity of these families. The Holderness contingent typically spends 12-14 days in China, and last year’s highlights included exploring the Forbidden City and the Imperial Palace in Beijing, walking along the Great Wall, making dumplings in Pingyao, viewing the Terracotta Army in Xi’an, visiting the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, and posing for pictures in front of the famous Shanghai skyline.

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The students and faculty also participated in a tai chi class, visited a local school, viewed ancient artifacts, attended a performance of Kung Fu, and shopped in markets for traditional Chinese souvenirs. Travelers are responsible for expenses to and from China, but many of the other costs, such as meals, hotels, and tours in-country, are generously paid for by the hosting Chinese families. In addition to the personal impact the trip has on individuals, this opportunity also has an impact on classroom experiences. History teacher Kelsey Berry, who traveled with the group in 2016, recalls Erica Ashby ’18, a student in her AP Comparative Government class, describing a conversation about the Chinese economy that she had with a classmate’s father while visiting their home in China.


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These experiences turn our students into primary sources and make the classroom discussions richer and more engaging. Kelsey adds, “I was in awe of all the things that I didn’t know. I got to be a student again, and that’s a really important experience no matter your age—to have your eyes opened again to something new and interesting. And that’s the disposition we want our students to have.” All of the participants agree that it is meaningful to see the Chinese students in their homes, where they are most comfortable, and to get to know them outside of the classroom and dorm. This shared experience allows them to connect on a deeper level than would have been possible otherwise. For many, this begins during several dinners hosted by the Chinese families. The students and faculty enjoy meeting the family members and pets of our Chinese students, playing games, making food, and getting a glimpse of their life outside of Holderness. Spanish teacher and Associate Head of School Tobi Pfenninger, who traveled with the group in 2018, talked about the delightful afternoon and evening that she and several students spent at the home of Zi Yan Huang ’19. “We all enjoyed learning how to make dumplings, trying new foods including red bayberries, and talking and laughing as we savored a delicious hot pot dinner. The students made lasting memories and will never forget the hospitality of Zi Yan’s family.” Speaking about the Holderness campus and community, Avery Reynolds ’19 says, “Since we all share this place, I think it’s really important that we get to know where they’re from because they get to come to where I’m from.” Yuechen “Louis” Liu ’20 adds, “The China trip is a bridge linking Chinese and American students together.”

We want to express our deep appreciation to these families for opening their homes to our community, for sharing their history and culture with us, and for providing our students with unique lessons in confidence, perspective, and independence that can only be achieved through immersion in another culture. In addition to sponsoring the trip, many Chinese families have stepped forward to support the school directly. Last year, they contributed more than $120,000 to the Holderness Fund, and one family gave $200,000—the largest single gift ever from a Holderness family in Asia— to the Elevating Academics Campaign for the construction of the new academic building. The generosity of these families, and the Holderness community as a whole, is humbling and empowers students to lead lives distinguished by character, community, and curiosity—the core values that define who we are as a school and the impact that we can have on our world. n

“THE CHINA TRIP IS A BRIDGE LINKING CHINESE AND AMERICAN STUDENTS TOGETHER.”

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o volunteer is to offer oneself, to perform a task freely, without obligation, and without consideration for receiving anything tangible in return. Jon Norton ’70 and Elise (Steiner) Hacker ’10 are just two of the more than 70 class agents who give back to Holderness. The Holderness Fund covered nine percent of the school’s overall operating expenses in 2017-18, including support for financial aid, faculty, special programs, arts, and athletics. We are grateful to these dedicated volunteers who work behind the scenes all year to secure this critical funding. How long have you been a volunteer? What do you enjoy most about volunteering?

I have been a class agent for the past three and a half years. When my wife worked at the South Shore YMCA, I saw the contributions the organization made to our community. JON NORTON ’70 Despite being a lifelong resident of the area, I was surprised to learn the Y was much more than a pool and a gym. I saw first-hand the impact they made and met so many committed people willing to help. This inspired me to volunteer. Ultimately, I headed up the annual campaign and realized how difficult it can be to raise money. The staff selflessly gave so much of their time assisting me, as they believed in the mission of the Y. I was so impressed with their desire to provide financial assistance to people who couldn’t participate otherwise. This naturally led me to reflect on how fortunate I was to have the opportunity to attend Holderness

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and have an education without the concerns and disruptions felt by many of the members of the YMCA. Shortly after the campaign ended, I was asked to help with the Holderness Fund. Having a new appreciation for my Holderness education, I said, “Yes.” As an alumnus, I realized I had every reason to be proud and grateful that there were so many reasons to stay engaged. In the end, it’s all about the people...as a volunteer I’ve been so fortunate to meet so many caring and giving people. Why is supporting the Holderness Fund important to you? Our support helps reduce tuition costs. Tuition covers 75% of the actual costs to educate a student. Our donations help to cover the other 25%. Giving to Holderness supports facilities and resources that enable students to excel. Believe it or not, my first year at Holderness our hockey rink had chicken wire for part of the boards. I want Holderness students to be proud of the physical plant and, through my giving, I want to help ensure repairs and improvements are made in a timely fashion.


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also gives me a chance to reconnect with my classmates; I get to learn what they’re up to and what’s going on in their lives, and reminisce about our days at Holderness.

What areas of the school are you most passionate about? My passion is for the school as a whole. I have full confidence the funds are used wisely for the benefit of the entire school. I also feel that raising the bar (increasing giving) can make a big difference!

Why is supporting the Holderness Fund important to you? Supporting the Holderness Fund is so important to me because Holderness taught me so much, not just in the classroom, but outside as well, and I hope that my donations help to provide those experiences to other students.

What were some of your favorite classes, teachers, coaches, and experiences? There were so many, but I must start with Mrs. Doris Plaisted, the school nurse, who was gruff on the outside but had a heart of gold. I injured my knee during the first football game one fall and spent weeks in the infirmary. I witnessed first-hand the homesick freshmen coming in, looking for a little love, and maybe a day off from school. She knew right away what they needed, gave them some placebo pill, and sent them off. The truth is, we became best of friends and stayed in contact long after I graduated.

What areas of the school are you most passionate about? I’m passionate about it all, because Holderness wouldn’t be Holderness without the academics, athletics, financial aid, Job Program, special programs, dorms, etc. I think it’s important not only to support Holderness and keep these programs going but also to allow the school to create new memories and traditions as well.

Secondly, Major Lohnes, my history teacher and football coach, didn’t let us slack. The Saturday class before a game was just another day, and he would still give a test. It was a life lesson I will never forget.

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How long have you been a volunteer? Why do you volunteer, and what do you enjoy most about it?

ELISE (STEINER) HACKER ’10

I have been a volunteer for over a year now. It keeps me connected to Holderness, and I know that it’s my small way of giving back to a place that gave me so much. It

I was 16 years old, and I told my parents that I wanted to go to boarding school (which also meant that my younger sister was interested, too). Holderness was the first open house we attended; my dad, sister, and I pulled up and the former admissions director, Tyler Lewis, greeted us. He said, “Oh! Elise and Erica Steiner from Concord, New Hampshire. We are so excited you are here.” My dad was immediately impressed that Tyler knew so much about us. We looked at other schools, but nothing compared to the feeling we felt while on the Holderness campus. To this day, our family is so grateful for the experiences that my sister and I had while at Holderness. We are incredibly grateful to Jon, Elise, and our entire network of volunteers, including class agents and correspondents, senior thesis mentors, event hosts, and members of the Reunion Committee, who drive participation to the Holderness Fund, promote class unity, and provide experiential learning opportunities for students. Each one of these roles strengthens the Holderness community and speaks to our tradition of putting the needs of others before ourselves. n

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FINANCIAL OVERVIEW Holderness School relies on philanthropy for 20% of its operating budget. Your generosity enables us to care for our faculty and staff, maintain our beautiful campus, and provide exceptional educational experiences for our students. Thank you!

*Administration: Business, Head’s Office, Advancement, Communications, Admissions, College Counseling, Technology

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GIVING TO HOLDERNESS TOTAL FISCAL YEAR GIVING:

$13,572,380

ENDOWMENT GIFTS & PLEDGES

FY18 ELEVATING ACADEMICS CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS

PLANNED GIFTS

$431,492

$10,173,300

$1,200,000

FY18 HOLDERNESS FUND

1,597

$1,562,140

1,941

OTHER

Donors

$205,000

Gifts

DONORS BY CONSTITUENCY*

159

390 Parents of Alumni

132 1041

Current & Past Faculty/Staff

Alumni

Current Parents

84 50

68 Grandparents

Friends

92

Current & Past Trustees

Foundations and Organizations

*Donors have been counted in all constituency categories in which they qualify.

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HOLDERNESS FUND GROWTH

ENDOWMENT GROWTH

DAY OF GIVING FEBRUARY 20, 2018

First Time Donors Giving a total of $21,282

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HOLDERNESS DAY of GIVING 2019 Share the Love

ONE COMMUNITY TOGETHER. FEBRUARY 12 www.GIVETOHOLDERNESS.org

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REUNION GIVING* TOTAL OVERALL REUNION GIVING

$869,275

386 Donors

1,421 Gifts

Reunion Classes with Most Donors

78.89%

Highest Giving Participation

Furthest Keith Suttenfield ’78 attendee traveled from AUSTRALIA

41.54%

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Overall participation rate for Reunion Classes

Highest Reunion Attendance

(Class of 1988)

*Totals were tabulated for the 2018 Reunion class years ending in 3 & 8 for the five year period since previous milestone reunion year (July 1, 2013–June 30, 2018).

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Thank You To Our

2017–18 DONORS 1879 SOCIETY The 1879 Society recognizes the school’s most loyal supporters who, year after year, demonstrate an unwavering commitment to our students and the programs that make up the Holderness experience. Membership is extended automatically to donors who contribute five or more fiscal years consecutively; there are currently more than 600 members, from alumni, parents, and grandparents, to faculty and staff, friends, foundations, and corporations. Thank you! n = member of 1879 Society, achieved through five or more consecutive years of support ✝ = deceased

ALUMNI

Dave Wisen

Fred Carter n Dick Daitch n

Bill Byers Hank Granger n Don Hinman n Nat Pulsifer Peter Wilson n

Mac Jacoby

1952

1956

1947

Jay Harris Bob Keating ✝ n

Hugh Barndollar Dick Endlar John Jameson Gardner Lewis n Dick Meyer n

1944 Gus Mattersdorff ✝ John Skeele n

1951

1945

Don Smith n

1953 Rik Clark n John Codman Tom Loemker n

David Douglass Carl Hoagland n Elvin Kaplan n John Robinson n

1949

1954

Bob Barrows n Bill Baskin n Bob Bradner n Lee Bright ✝ Jim Coulter n Tom Jeffries Don Wyeth

Rick Carter Berton Chillson n Dewey Dumaine n Brad Langmaid n Bill Lofquist n Kim Mason Wendell Stephenson n Ray Terry

1948

1950 Bigelow Green n Doug Hamilton n Frank Hammond Chico Laird n Dave Luce n

1955 Fletcher Adams n John Allbee n Peter Atherton n Arnold Bieling n

1957 Bill Clough n Ron Crowe n Bob Lucas n Dwight Mason n Hartley Webster n Jay Webster n Bob Weiss n Josh Young

Bruce Leddy n Doug Rand Jon Wales n

1959 Steve Abbey n Cush Andrews n Jerry Ashworth n Steve Barndollar John Clough Charlie Emerson n Dick Floyd Jay Gerard n Duncan Hunter Lee Kellogg Dick McIninch Lee Miller n Mark Morris n Charley Murphy n Chris Palmer n Lee Shepard n Bruce Vogel Buster Welch n

1958 John Bergeron n Bill Biddle Tim Dewart Tony Dyer n John Greenman Mike Kingston n Don Latham

1960 Loren Berry n Rick Bullock Ross Deachman n Alan Dewart n Brian Dewart n Dick Gardner n

Val Hart Nick Johnson Peter Macdonald n Gerry Shyavitz n Soko Sokoloski Charley Witherell n

1961 J. Thompson Brown n Rick Churchill John Cumming Win Fuller John Holley n Lee Katzenbach n Lundy Lundberg Peter O'Connor n Dudley Rice Bill Seaver Ray Wilson

1962 Free Allen n Bill Barker n Peter Casey Dave Floyd n Jim Gardner n Dave Putnam n David Soule n John Swift n Bill Wells n Eric Werner n Pete Willcox

1963 Flash Allen n Peter Chapman n Biff Cuthbert Joe Downs n Steve Gregg n Nick Hadgis David Hagerman n Keith Hall Dick Joyce n George LeBoutillier n Brett Lunger

These lists ref lect gifts received between July 1, 2017, and June 30, 2018. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy. Please accept our apologies for any errors or omissions and notify Director of Stewardship and Operations Patrick Buckley at pbuckley@holderness.org.

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Tom McIlvain n George McNeil Jeff Milne n David Pope Gary Richardson n Alan Sayer n George Textor n Steve Wales

1964 Sandy Alexander n Bill Baxter n Craig Blouin ✝ n Bill McCollom Terry Morse n Dan Redmond n Jim Ricker n Sam Stout n Dick Stowell n Woody Thompson n

1965 Bro Adams n Tom Butler Bill Carter Peter Claghorn Peter Fauver n Jim McGill n Bill Morton Dave Nichols Cleve Patterson n Randy Randlett Charlie Reigeluth n Steve Smith Kevin Wyckoff n

1968 Jim Burnett John Coles Bruce Flenniken Charles French n Rick Hall Steve Hirshberg n Jim Stearns n Jack Taylor n Bruce Thompson n

Marsh Adair Bob Childs n Greg Connors n Tom Doyle n Stephen Foster n Doug Griswold

1967 Luke Dowley n Jamie Hollis n Jerry Layman Phil Magnuson Kenneth Rapple Stephen Turner Dave Upton Peter Whitney Steve Worcester

“Holderness has meant the world to me. It was a warm home away from home— unpretentious...down to earth...caring. I grew from a shy young boy into a confident, young man. Giving back—whether to Holderness, to my community through my lectures on the law at senior citizen centers and the AM Vets, or to family and my wife of 52 years—is the greatest feeling.”

1969 Tim Bontecou Jack Copeland Bill Foot n Larry Jamieson Doug McLane John Swann n

1970 Arja Adair n Cam Brown Jim Cousins David Donahue n Jeremy Foley n Dan Gregory Kirk Hinman n Doug Moore Jon Norton n Peter Prime n Gerry Weston Rich Weymouth n Peter White n Peter Wiswell n

1971 1966

GERRY SHYAVITZ ’60

Hannah (Roberts) Artuso Lew Hinman Rolf Madsen Roy Madsen n Will Parish Bill Phippen n Ged Smith David Taylor n Rick Wellman n

1972 Tom Cooper n John Elder n Bill Emerson Peter Gamwell Eric Haartz n Gary Hagler n

Chuck Kaplan Peter Kimball n Chris Latham n Dan Murphy n Dave Nicholson n Stu Porteous n Mark Rheault Dwight Shepard n Bob Spaulding n Sandy Wood

1973 Dick Conant Cos Cosgrove n Glen Cousins Morgan Dewey Peter Garrison n Klinger Klingenstein n John Lord n Leslie Orton n Woody Peirce Sam Richards n Jim Sargent Fred Savage Tim Scott n

1974 Mike Coffin n Duane Ford Josh Hancock n Charlie Harris Peter Macone Walter Malmquist n Steve Morse Piper Orton n Chuck Reilly Dave Rossetter n Jack Thomas Rick Tonge

Ben White Chris Williams n

1975 Perry Babcock n Jay Butler Chris Carney n Tom Carney n Mike Conway n Ed Cudahy Larry Diggs n Peter Fife George Fox Terry French n Mac Jackson n Jim McDonald Ted McElhinny Charles McIntosh Linda (Fogg) Noyes Tom Phillips n John Putnam n David Rust Jack Sanderson n Rick Shipton Ken Sowles n Peter Thomsen George Weaver n

1976 Tom Armstrong n Henry Bliss Charlie Bolling Tori Bullen Jim Doble Bob Garrison n Chris Guider Craig Houghton Mike Lynch n Steve Mackintosh

Dave Phippen n Will Pingree n Tim Quinn Mike Robinson n Jess Tucker n Charles Woodworth

1977 Craig Antonides Rob Bacon Ham Boynton Bradford Bruner Ben Campbell Jody Collins Dave Dewey n Vicky (Anderson) Duffield Jim Hamblin n Michael Kraft Mark Melvin John Neal Tig Smith

1978 John Alden Toby Babcock Bob Biddle n Scott Brown Ray Campbell Chris Cushing Blaise deSibour n Bruce Edgerly J.D. Hale Nat Hancock Hal Hawkey n Mitch Kamarck Fred Roys Kirk Siegel Scott Sirles n

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Prescott Smith Don Whittemore Margo (Farley) Woodall n

1979 Hratch Astarjian Tim Brook Mark Finnegan n Cynthia Makris n Cullen Morse n Kris (Van Curan) Nordblom n Pete Noyes n Heidi (Hammond) O'Connor n Mike O'Connor n Dexter Paine n Doug Paul Jay Pingree n Ian Sanderson n Andy Sawyer n Jeff Scowen David Slaughter n Jim Stringfellow n Mike Warren n

1980 Ed Biddle Jeff Boal n Russell Cushman n Jack Dawley n David Graff David Reed n Don Smith n Skip Strong

1981 Bill Baskin n Andy Clutz n Win Idle n Chris Keating Christine Louis n Sarah (Jankey) Medlin n Will Prickett n Kevin Rowe n Hilary (Frost) Warner David Wood n

1982 Pam Bergeron Frank Bonsal n Charlie Brown

Leigh (MacNeil) Canfield Mark Cavanaugh n Joe Cerutti n Lisa (Weeks) Clute n Peter Coolidge n Miles Glascock n Burgie Howard Ben Lewis n Joe Miles n Susan (Levin) Paine n Chris Pesek George Samaras Emily (Conant) Spinna Susan (Fine) Taylor Andrew Vetterlein

1983 Tippy Blish n Todd Boes Erik Burbank Chris Del Col Jamey Gallop n Nancy (Lane) Giles Tom Hildreth Chris Hopkins Peggy (Lamb) Merrens n Stephanie Paine n Jennifer (Smith) Schiffman n Chris Smith Bill Stringfellow Willie Stump

1984 Joe Barbour n Mich Dupre Steve Lunder n Zach Martin n Anna (Stein) Merker Eric Prime n Peter Radasch n Craig Westling

1985 Nat Barker Angus Christie n Melissa Christie n Colby Coombs Gary Crichton Anne Desjardins Vanda (Lewis) Dyson Keith Eaton

RC WHITEHOUSE ’00 “I give to Holderness because the school is an essential part of who I am. The character traits instilled in me at Holderness—empathy, fairness, curiosity, and dependability—guide me in my life and daily work. Giving to the school and supporting its mission is an honor.”

Braden Edwards Ted Fine n Kathy (Keller) Garfield Allyn Hallisey Elizabeth Heide n Tim Jones Jeff Kaufmann Flip Kistler Katsu Nakamura Ian Sinclair n Poppy Staub n Dan Taffe n

1986 Rogie Burbank-Corman Kristin (Washburn) Covert n Jamie Faber Sym Gates Dave Hinman Taylor Hubbard Owen Hyland n Caroline (Bloch) Jones Lee (Fuller) Lawrason n Bill Macy n Elise Mott Laura (Cooper) Page n Greg Redmond Jake Reynolds n Matt Reynolds n Blake Swift n Mike Taffe Ellyn (Paine) Weisel n Molly (Adriance) Whitcomb n

1987 Polly (Pratt) Boeschenstein Cricket (Keleher) Braun

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Chris Cripps Carolyn (Colket) Cullen n Todd Hopgood Suzie Jacinthe n Stan Jackson n Heather (Johnston) LaRowe Tim Lesko n Toby Lewis Kathryn (Lubrano) Robinson n Joan (Horan) Twining Andy Twombly n Brett Weisel n Dix Wheelock

1988 Anonymous (2) Eddie Anderson n Dean Bellissimo Elizabeth (Sponenbergh Litzell) Brickman Lisa (Hand) Cicero Jen (Stewart) Crosby Iain Daniels Jess Dion n Chris Doggett n Hannah (Beck) Doubleday Peter Driscoll n Renee Dupre n Jake Eismeier Scott Esposito Jason Evans n Tom Fletcher Nate Foran n Liz Ganem n Russ Gates Sohier Hall

Lee Hanson n Chris Hayes Mike Hillegass n Todd Holmes n Brett Jones n Chris Keeler n Sage (Chandler) Kennedy n Drew Kesler n Rob Kinsley n Chris Klein Pam Lehmberg Alex MacCormick n Emily (Adriance) Magnus n Tom Mahon n Chip Martin n Julie (Wood) Matthews n Erika (Ludtke) McGoldrick n Jeff Nuckols Mark Oliver Ali (Christie) Paysee n Elizabeth Pierce n Paula (Lillard) Preschlack n Jason Regan n Mark Richards JD Rif kin Rob Sarvis Hans Schemmel n Matt Schonwald Jenny (Alfond) Seeman n David Smail n Nina (Bradley) Smallhorn n Beth Smith Lauren (O'Brien) Smith n


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Chuck Staples n Chris Stewart n Carl Swenson John Taggart Erik Tuveson n Steve Walker n David Warren n Peter Webber Karen Woodbury

1989 Lauren (Parkhill) Adey n Courtie Barnes Chris Bither Amanda Black n Nina (Barker) Brogna Chris Davenport n Shields Day n Christy (Wood) Donovan n Jennie (Legg) Gabel n Tracy (McCoy) Gillette n Brad Greenwood n Jen (Walker) Hemmen Alix (Rosen) Hong n Max Jacome Nikki Kimball n Todd Maynard n Matt Mole Brandon Perkins Sarah (Trainor) Pf laum n Jen (Comstock) Reed n Jen (Murphy) Robison Rex Salter Sara (deLima) Tansill n Te Tiffany n

1990 Kat Alfond n Jeff Barlow Pixie (Spencer) Brokaw Sarah Campbell Dave Colleran n Pepper deTuro n Ben Eaton Peter Everett Courtney Fleisher n Andrea HamlinLevin n Ethan Hemphill Caroline (Clutz) Keeney

Megan (Sheehan) Kristiansen n Nina (Cook) Silitch

Eric Thielscher Stu Wales n Kelly (Mullen) Wieser

1991

1993

Kelley (Roberts) Bogardus n Mike Brogna Rice Bryan Leah (Merrey) Burdett n Brendon Donnellan n Kris (Graton) Fields Jon Hatch Paul Laf lam Lex Leeming Serena (Black) Martin Brooke Moran Yasuna Murakami n Michael O'Keefe Jodi (Whitehead) Oliver Terra Reilly Keri (Dole) Renganathan n Jon Sawyer Adam Wysor

Anonymous Amy (Zekos) Dolan Ryan Dunn Evan Fink Megan Flynn Lindsay (Dewar) Fontana Katie (McQuilkin) Garnett Amy (Wales) Gochman Taryn (Darling) Hill Tom LeBosquet Jon Moodey Schuyler Perry n Emily (Wenzel) Reis Gerry Rinn Ginny (Kingman) Schreiber n Neil Shetty Bhay Kate (McIlvain) Smith Carsten Steffen Daiyu Suzuki Karrie (Stevens) Thomas Tommy Valeo n Brooks Wales n Paul Weske Abbie Wilson Kevin Zifcak n

1992 Nellie (Chandler) Bailey Aimee (Lamarine) Barrett Kay (Bruns) Callari Ginger Comstock Sam (Woodbury) Dearborn Neal Dessouky Rick Eccleston n Jen (Astarjian) Fournier Hugh Griffiths Devie Hamlen Joe Howard n Andy Katchen n Jamie Klopp n Amos Kober Nick Leonard n Ryan McPherson n Fritz Muench, Jr. n Akira Murakami n Jake Norton n Jesse Perkins Krissy Pozatek n Lincoln Sise n

1994 Bunge Cook Dan Harrigan Ramey Harris-Tatar n Matt Kendall n Peter LaCasse n Beth Lambert Rogan Lechthaler n Jason Myler n Josh Povec Rick Richardson n Pete Scoville n Kristin Soto MacLaggan Kate (Stahler) Starrett Melissa (Barker) Tamplin n Sander van Otterloo n Dave Webb n

1995 Bri Adams n Henry Adams n Matt Daigneault n Leandra (Collier) Fremont-Smith Sanna McCoy Gretchen Metz Brit (Fairman) Munsterteiger n Monica Palmgren Asania Smith n Adam Sullivan n Jerome Thomas n Chris Weske

Nathaniel Campbell Ben Dulac Matt Goldberg n Joe Kelleher Garrett Kemble Kris Langetieg Andrew Marshall n Maura (Kearney) Marshall n Andrew Miller n Megan Nicolay Dennis Roberts n Juley (Perkins) Sadler n Gasper Sekelj

1998 1996 Anonymous Michael Burton Carolyn Campbell n Alison (Megroz) Chadbourne n Augusta (Riehle) Comey Tim Davidson n Jason Dewar Tim Duffy David Flynn Bjorn Franson Lara (DuMond) Guercio Katie (Waltz) Harris n Travis Hinman Ryan LaFoley n Steph (Pisanelli) Lyons Emily (Evans) MacLaury Justin Martin n Liz (Fox) McGlamery Nathalie (Milbank) Nolte n Field Pickering n Sam (Daigneault) Rhatigan Will Richardson n Heather (Pierce) Roy n Stacey (Eder) Smith n Molly Stahler Bo Surdam n

1997 Erik Bass n Katherine (Donnellan) Beebe n

Matt Anderson Zach Antonucci n Hacker Burr Jim Chalmers n Terry Connell n Sarah Crane n Canute Dalmasse n Mike Dodge Julia Fairbank Angi Francesco Adam Goldberg Tara (Walker) Hamer Jim Jung n Mirte Mallory Eric Mueller n Hilary Patzer James Rawlings Dew Wallace n

1999 Kirstin Bass Tish (Clarke) Boone Ian Boone Tim Connell n Julia Haley n Kathleen (Blauvelt) Kime n Robbie King n Emilie Lee Weston Lowrie Quentin McDowell Page (Connolly) Minshall n Darren Moore Colin Rodgers Kate (Richardson) Surdam n Joel Yarmon n

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2000

2003

Anonymous Tim Barnhorst Katie (Bristow) Bohlin Hedda Burnett n Sean Clifford Ted Finnerty Sarah LoMonaco Rob Maguire Evan Mullen Bibbit (Mason) Ortlip Mike Schnurr Sully Sullivan n Tyler Therriault Ryan Tyler Heidi Webb n RC Whitehouse n

Tauheedah Alexander Matt Burzon Bryce Connery Jay Connolly Kevin Curran Charlie Erdman Carrie Evans Neal Frei n Robin (Stefanik) Green n Emily (Noyes) Grunow Anna (Lockwood) Kelly Dave LaPointe Dave Madeira n Brendan Murphy n Amy (Laverack) Nordblom Alex Palmisano Nate Parker Nick Payeur n Tom Richards Sam Rigby Shawna (Pauley) Sharkey Matt Sopher Ben Taylor Kara (Herlihy) Young

2001 Blake Barber Andy Bohlin Jennifer Crane n Kellan Florio n John Glidden Karyn (Hoepp) Jennings Adam Lavallee n Ira Marvin n Natalie (Babony) McRae Liz Norton n Patrick Regan n Patrick Richardson Tyler Stubbs Tyler Weymouth

2002 Anonymous Melissa Adams n Peter Bohlin Ave Cook n Kerry Douglas n Andrew Everett n Theo Jordan Ally Keefe Aaron Kupperman Geoff Mintz Christopher Nielson Lillian Nigro Betsy Pantazelos n Chris Rodgers n Chelsea (Hoopes) Silver Channing Weymouth Warner n

Paul Cocchiaro Caitlin (Connelly) Cooper n Robert Crane Lauren Frei n Jenn (Calver) Gaudet n J.J. Hall Mike Hardiman Brie (Keefe) Healy n Jason Merritt Becky Millson Kathleen (Crane) Mitchell n Brendan O'Riordan n Emma (Schofield) Phipps n Macey Roberge Emily Sampson Stanley Smith Mike Tucker n Jamie Wallace n

2006

Geoff Calver n Dave Campbell n Sang Yeb Chung Chris Curran Ashley (Hedlund) Healy Heather KeslinSharbaugh Joy (Erdman) Larkin n John Leavitt Blair (Weymouth) Monaco Katharine (Nourse) Moore Ariana Nicolay Todd Nordblom n Allie O'Connell Jenn Reilly Marina (Chiasson) Sharpe n Alan Thompson

Anonymous (2) Lucy (Randall) Archibald n Ashley Babcock Dorian Bakogiannis n Blair (Thompson) Bruning Colin Edge n Alex Egan Casey Gilman Tai Haluszka Annie (Muse) Kearney Betsy Laurin Reed Laverack Jeff Meyers Ben Mitchell-Lewis Ben Motley n Hilary Nichols n Anders Nordblom n Anne Richardson n Jeff Rudberg Jess Saba Nicholas Schoeder Jesse Straus n Ben Trook Grady Vigneau CJ Vincent Lauren Wright

2005

2007

Chris Blaine n

Anonymous

2004

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Betsy (O'Leary) Abelson Reed Branton Arla Casselman Eun Gi Chung Phoebe Erdman n Tyler Gosselin Annie Hanson Ax Hayssen Henry Holdsworth Ga-Hwui Kim Jamie Leake Kourtney (Brim) Martin n Stephen Martin n Sarah Morrison n Kelsey Smith

2008 Baird (Meem) Anderson Polly Babcock Annie Carney Chris Cummings Christopher Dean Maggie Dembinski Landry Frei n Sacha Gouchie Haley Hamblin Kelly Hood Dan Marvin Crosby Nordblom Beckett Noyes n Hannah O'Brien Greg Ramey Stephen Rudberg Taylor Sawatzki Jessi White

2009 Hadley Bergh Holly Block Cody Bohonnon n Chris Borsoi Taylor Caggiula Jack Dings Lina Encalada Sumner Ford n Dave Grilk James Halsey Laney Hayssen Tenley Malmquist Jake Manoukian n Jimmy Mathews n

Caitlin Mitchell Ian Nesbitt n James O'Leary Meredith Peck n Emily (Marvin) Rider Alli Robbins Justine Seraganian George Weaver

2010 Tizzy Brown Paul Clark Ivan Delic Mark Finnegan Brian Friedman Elise (Steiner) Hacker Erika Johnson John McCoy Laura Pohl Gabbie Raffio Ashby Sussman n Aubrey Tyler

2011 Anonymous Chuckie Carbone Cecily Cushman n Juliet Dalton Nick Ford Pauline Germanos Chandler Grisham Paige Hardtke Emily Hayes Lauren Hayes Cassie Hecker Carson Houle n Alex Kuno Sam Macomber n Jamie McNulty Henry Miles Charlotte Noyes n Ethan Pfenninger Cole Phillips Derek Pimentel Adam Sapers Nick Stoico Jaclyn Vernet n Klaus Vitzthum

2012 Anonymous Gavin Bayreuther n Josie Brownell n Sam Cloud


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Eliza Cowie Bee Crudgington Ian Ford Lily Ford Hannah Halsted Matthew Kinney n Brandon Marcus Kristina Micalizzi Sara Mogollon James Robbins Ryan Rosencranz n Erica Steiner Steph Symecko

2013 T.J. Ajello Sarah Bell Elena Bird Kelly DiNapoli Dan Do Stepper Hall n Jeff Hauser

Macy Jones Olivia Leatherwood Mackenzie Maher Francis Miles Jesse Ross

2014 Morgan Bayreuther n Corey Begley Becca Begley Reed Carpenter Ben Coleman Hedi Droste Celeste Holland Clark Macomber Eliana Mallory Garrett Phillips Spencer Pierce Lea Rice Mikaela Wall Chance Wright

2015

2016

Nikki Blair Emily Clifford Carter Daume Charlie Day Lily Hamblin Charles Harker Annie Hayes Hope Heffernan Lindsey Houseman Sasha Jones Jack Kinney Paige Pfenninger Luke Randle Katie Remien Maggie Roberts Jake Rosencranz Anna Stanley William Tessier Qianyi Zhang

Hannah Benson Zac Chernin Maggie Cunha Jack Gewirz Henry Hall Jessie Montague Ellery Smith

2017 Kelley Attenborough Julia Cantin Tori Chernin Kayli Cutler Cam DiGiacomo Emery Gray Sarah Gudas Dan Hauser Brooke Hayes Giuliana Kevlin Perry Lum Liesl Magnus

Max Paro Connor Preston Laura Rinehart Will Starkey Ben Tessier Celine Yam

CURRENT STUDENTS Jamie Bayha '19 Will Bayha '18 Phil Cronin '18 Lily Gillette '19 Seth Gray '20 Joe Pelletier '19 Finn Pilaro '19 Eleni Spiliotes '20 Kyle Woodworth '21

PUTTING THE FUN IN FUNDRAISING The entire student body put the FUN in FUNdraising during the 2018 Day of Giving. Students participated in a change challenge, competing to see which dorms could collect the most change. The girls from Connell won the challenge. Overall, students raised a total of $284.35 for the Day of Giving— that’s a LOT of change to count! In addition, the twelfth graders raised money throughout the year for their Senior Gift—a new footbridge along Mt. Prospect Road. Through bake and hat sales, a dress down day, a parent appeal, and a generous matching gift from Chris Carney ’75 P ’08 and Karen Dempsey Carney, the twelfth graders raised $3,771.02.

CURRENT PARENTS Anonymous (10) Bruce and Eneida Aguilar P '18 Mr. Bassem M. Alnahas and Mrs. Barbara M. Tentas P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Alusic-Bingham P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Anastos P '17 '19 Alden and Emily Anderson P '18 Dr. and Mrs. William G. Austen P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel A. Barker '85 P '21 Mr. David C. Batchelder and Ms. Melissa R. Paly P '15 '18 n Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Bayha P '18 '19

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Bayreuther P '12 '14 '19 '21 Mr. Thomas A. Blinkhorn P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Boes '83 P '18 '19 '21 Mr. and Mrs. William Bourbeau P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Bowler P '18 '21 Ms. Keyana Brown P '20 Dr. and Mrs. Olaf Butchma P '19 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Cantin P '17 '19 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey T. Carr P '20 Joseph and Ann Casey P '14 '17 '20 Mr. Edgar T. Cepuritis and Ms. Chanda R. Termes P '20 Dr. Angus A. A. Christie '85 and Dr. Melissa W. Christie '85 P '20 n

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Clifford P '15 '18 Mr. Walter Colwell and Mrs. Ellyn S. Colwell P '21 Mr. and Dr. Christopher Croft P '21 Mr. and Ms. Phillip S. Cronin P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Crumbo P '21 Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Cunha P '16 '19 n Mr. and Mrs. Ivar G. Dahl P '19 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Davenport '89 P '19 '21 n Mr. and Mrs. Andrew A. Davis P '18 Ms. Sydney Davis P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Alwyn R. Dawkins P '17 '18 Mr. John G. de Vries P '19 Mr. and Mrs. Tim P. Doherty P '19

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BAIRD (MEEM) ANDERSON ’08 “I give to Holderness because it holds such a special place in my heart! I’ve never been anywhere else with such spirit, positive energy, strong friendships, and caring support. Holderness has given me so much, so I feel the need to give back any way I can! Go Bulls!”

Mr. Joseph E. Driscoll P '19 Mr. and Ms. Todd J. Eldred P '21 Mr. Frank Feist and Dr. Sarah C. Gates P '18 Mr. and Dr. Jonathan S. Fenn P '19 Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Ferri P '18 '19 Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Filosa P '21 Drs. J. Rush and Phoebe Fisher P '16 '16 '19 Mr. David Fitzgerald and Dr. Mia Fitzgerald P '17 '19 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fleischmann P '20 Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Freudigman Jr. P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Tony J. Gagnon P '21 Dr. Craig N. Gemmell and Ms. Nancy Hughes P '20 Mr. Brian E. Gillette P '19 Ms. Tracy M. Gillette '89 P '19 n Mr. and Mrs. Miles B. Glascock '82 P '19 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Grammas Jr. P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Alexander L. Gray P '17 '20 n Mr. and Mrs. Matthew P. Griffith P '21 Mr. Jiang Guo and Ms. Yi Geng P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Dalton L. Gustafson P '20 Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagen Harker P '15 '18 n Susie and John Hayes P '15 '18 n Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Heffernan P '19 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick T. Hendricks P '19 Mr. Timothy Hoeffner P '17 '19 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Horner P '15 '19 n Mr. and Mrs. Randal C. Houseman P '15 '18 n Mr. Gui Jiang Huang and Ms. Xiao Jing Li P '19 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Hutchinson P '18 '20 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Jansen P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Jay P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Scott B. Jones P '16 '18 '21 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. LaPata P '20 Mr. Brian S. Lash P '14 '16 '18 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lehner P '21 Mr. Pierre P. Lessard and Ms. Sally N. Harris P '20

Mr. and Mrs. Tobias J. M. Lewis '87 P '20 Mr. Yawei Liu and Ms. Tao Ma P '20 Mr. Roderick A. MacLeod P '16 '18 Ms. Mara M. Mactaggart P '19 Mr. Christopher D. Madigan and Ms. Melanie M. Garger P '19 Mr. Kurt H. Magnus and Ms. Emily A. Magnus '88 P '17 '20 n Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Martin '88 P '20 n Mr. and Mrs. Philip W. Mason P '17 '20 Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Matthews P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. McIntire P '20 Mr. David W. McManus and Dr. Susan M. Smiga P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Jules Menard P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Menkes P '21 Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Michienzi Sr. P '14 '19 Christine and Josiah Miles '82 P '11 '13 '18 n Mr. Christopher Misavage and Ms. Nancy Fredrickson P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Morris P '21 Mr. Christopher Mumford and Dr. Margaret C. Mumford P '08 '20 Mr. and Mrs. David B. O'Neil P '21 Mr. and Mrs. Christophe C. Oliver P '19 Mr. David A. Page and Mrs. Laura A. Page '86 P '20 n Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan A. Palmer P '21 Dr. William R. Parlett Jr. and Ms. Sarah W. Clemmitt P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Scott B. Paton P '21 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Patterson P '19 Dr. and Dr. Andrew C. Peterson P '21 Mr. and Mrs. Mark Phillips P '19 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Piccinni P '21 Mr. Andrew C. Pilaro P '19 Mrs. Fairley Pilaro P '19 Ms. Kristine A. Pozatek '92 P '22 n

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Mr. Scott W. Reed and Mrs. Jennifer G. Reed '89 P '21 n Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Reynolds P '18 '20 Mr. and Mrs. Damon C. Robbins P '18 '20 Mr. David Robison and Mrs. Jennifer E. Robison '89 P '22 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Rogers P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Brad D. Rohdenburg P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Nicola Savignano P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew H. Sawyer '79 P '18 '20 '21 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Schibli P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Sheehan P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Sheffield III P '14 '16 '19 '21 n Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisson P '19 Mr. and Mrs. George P. Spanos P '21 Dr. and Mrs. Constantine J. Spiliotes P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Matt S. Storey P '20 Mrs. Laurel E. Struzziero P '20 Mr. Xuenan Tang and Ms. Rong Su P '20 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Teich P '19 Mr. Sa P. Tran and Ms. Ha V. Hoang P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Urdang P '19 Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Vieira P '20 Mr. Len Guida and Ms. Miwa A. Watkins P '21 Mr. Scott K. Whitcomb and Mrs. Margaret A. Whitcomb '86 P '20 '21 n Mr. Robert Whittaker P '22 Drs. Richard and Kathryn Wiseman P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Wisnes P '18 Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Woodworth P '21 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Yabroudy P '18 Mr. Bizhou Yang and Mrs. Jia Ma P '20 Mr. Jian Yao and Mrs. Wei Ai P '19 Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Yap P '19 Christian and Debra Zimmermann P '18

GRANDPARENTS Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Vanderpoel Adriance III P '86 '88 GP '17 '20 '20 '21 n Ms. Gillian M. Aguilar GP '18 Mr. Normand J. Arsenault GP '20 Ms. Judith Beams GP '18 Ms. Kathryn Bertelli GP '17 '19 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Blair GP '15 n Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Blatz GP '18 Mr. Richard B. Blauvelt P '83 '86 GP '99 Ms. Mary Murray Coleman GP '18 Mr. and Mrs. Tristram C. Colket Jr. P '87 GP '17 n Miss Deborah Coons GP '20 Mrs. Hope Cruickshank GP '01 '04 n


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Mr. and Ms. James E. Dalley Jr. P '92 GP '12 Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Darling P '86 '87 GP '20 Mrs. Carole Davenport P '89 GP '19 '21 Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit de Vries GP '19 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Doyle '66 GP '10 '11 n Mrs. Phoebe Driscoll P '82 GP '16 '16 '19 Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Ferri GP '18 '19 Dr. and Mrs. John R. S. Fisher GP '16 '19 Mrs. Grace G. Fritzinger GP '20 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Furey GP '19 Mrs. Helga Garger GP '13 '19 Dr. Christopher C. Gates GP '18 Mrs. Nancy J. Grammas GP '18 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Gray GP '17 '20 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hammond P '79 GP '14 Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Hampton Jr. GP '97 '99 '01 '04 Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Harker GP '15 '18 n Ms. Barbara Jarabek GP '17 n Mr. and Mrs. Scott Jay GP '18 Mr. Robert Keating '52 ✝ and Mrs. Judith J. Keating P '81 '86 '88 GP '13 n Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kent P '77 '79 GP '04 '06 '08 Mr. Bernd P. Kuehn ✝ and Mrs. Barbara Kuehn GP '11 n Mr. Shen Lin GP '15 '17 n Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Lovejoy GP '12 '14 '19 n Mr. Sidney Lovett GP '01 '02 '04 Mrs. Patricia Ludemann GP '19 Mr. and Mrs. Quentin A. Malmquist P '74 '83 '86 GP '09 n Mr. and Mrs. John B. McCoy P '89 GP '19 Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. McIlvain Jr. '63 P '93 '98 GP '18 '20 n Mrs. Withrow W. Meeker GP '09 Ms. Shirlee Mitchell GP '03 '06 '10 Mr. and Mrs. David N. Page GP '20 Mr. and Mrs. Kent L. Palmer GP '20 Mr. and Mrs. Preston S. Parish P '71 '73 '75 GP '95 '01 '02 n Ms. Linda C. Pilaro GP '19 Ms. Penny Pitou P '83 GP '10 '18 Mr. Dennis J. Pope GP '18 Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Rakich GP '19 Ms. Sharon N. Regal GP '12 '16 n Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Reynolds GP '18 '20 Ms. Mona Roberts GP '15 '17 n Mr. Douglas L. Robertson Sr. P '67 GP '04 '05 '11 Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rowe Jr. P '81 GP '15 n Mrs. Mary T. Sargent GP '08 '15 '16 n

Mr. and Mrs. Alden H. Sawyer Jr. P '79 GP '18 '20 '21 n Mr. F A. Seamans GP '07 n Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sheffield Jr. GP '14 '16 '19 '21 n Mr. James Shipton GP '96 '00 '04 Mrs. Dorothy Smith P '80 '85 GP '07 '07 '09 '12 n Ms. Betsy Stevens GP '18 '19 Mr. and Mrs. Bayne A. Stevenson GP '12 '20 Mr. and Mrs. John Storey GP '20 Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Wakely P '74 '85 GP '20 Mr. Ralph Boykin and Ms. Joyce L. Wallace GP '20 COL and Mrs. Jay B. Welsh GP '20

PARENTS OF ALUMNI Anonymous (6) Mr. Fletcher W. Adams '55 P '95 n Dr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Adams P '02 n Mr. and Mrs. Vanderpoel Adriance III P '86 '88 GP '17 '20 '20 '21 n Ms. Ramsey M. Alexander P '15 n Mr. and Mrs. John R. Allbee '55 P '80 n Mr. and Mrs. Joel D. Almquist P '01 Mr. Sandeep D. Alva P '15 n Mrs. Angela Anstatt P '86 Dr. and Mrs. Demetri Antoniou P '08 Ms. Katherine B. Arthaud P '13 n Mr. and Mrs. T. Neale Attenborough P '17 n Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Banister P '94 n Mr. and Mrs. William A. Barker '62 P '85 '89 GP '21 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter Barnum P '05 '07 '09 n Mrs. Maureen Barrows P '82 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barton P '13 '16 n Mr. and Mrs. William C. Baskin Jr. '49 P '81 '89 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter T. Begley P '14 '14 n Mr. JB Bell and Dr. Janice McVay Bell P '13 '16 Mr. and Mrs. James R. Bennett P '11 Mr. and Mrs. David F. Benson P '16 n Mr. and Mrs. John H. Bergeron '58 P '82 '84 n Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Bird III P '07 '13 n Mr. and Mrs. Bruce C. Blair P '15 n Mr. Richard B. Blauvelt P '83 '86 GP '99 Mr. Richard B. Blauvelt Jr. P '99 and Ms. Candace Goodwin Mr. Richard G. Boardman P '99 n Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Bonsal III '82 P '17 n Mrs. Cheryl S. Borek P '13 Mrs. Luette C. Bourne P '85 n

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin M. Bozich P '12 '15 n Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Brim P '07 n Mr. Charles E. Brown P '98 Ms. Conchessa Brownell P '12 n Mr. Rick Hauck and Ms. Susan C. Bruce P '88 Dr. and Mrs. Frank J. Bruns P '92 Mr. and Mrs. John L. Bunce Jr. P '13 Dr. and Mrs. James S. Burnett '68 P '00 Mr. Peter E. Caggiula P '09 '14 Mr. Jeffrey Schutz and Ms. Charlotte Caldwell P '98 Dr. and Mrs. Roderic A. Camp P '91 n Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin K. Campbell '77 P '17 Mr. and Mrs. David C. Caputi P '11 '12 '15 n Mr. F. Christopher Carney '75 P '08 and Ms. Karen Dempsey Carney n Ms. Linda C. Carpenter P '94 Mr. and Mrs. Seng H. Cheng P '08 Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Chernin P '16 '17 Dr. Jocelyn D. Chertoff P '10 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Child P '99 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Clough III '57 P '80 '83 '86 n Dr. and Mrs. Richard B. Clutz P '81 '83 '90 n Mrs. E. H. M. Coffin P '74 ✝ n Mr. Craig G. Coleman and Dr. Kristin Coleman P '14 '16 n Mr. and Mrs. Tristram C. Colket Jr. P '87 GP '17 n Mr. and Mrs. Stuart V. Conant P '96 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Connolly IV P '99 '03 Mr. and Mrs. Gregory T. Connors '66 P '93 '96 '97 n Mrs. Grace R. Conway P '75 n Mr. and Mrs. Warren C. Cook P '90 '94 n Mr. and Mrs. Sewell H. Corkran P '10 n Mr. and Mrs. Rodney K. Corson P '91 '97 Dr. and Mrs. James L. Cousins Jr. '70 P '99 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Coyle Jr. P '95 n Mr. and Mrs. James Crane P '05 Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Crane P '98 '01 '05 Mr. and Mrs. James Cruickshank P '01 Mr. Craig W. Cullen Jr. and Mrs. Carolyn C. Cullen '87 P '17 n Mr. and Mrs. Richard Curran P '09 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher L. Cushing '78 P '10 Mr. and Mrs. Russell G. Cushman '80 P '11 '15 n Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Cutler P '98 n The Rev. Randolph Dales and Ms. Marilyn Tyler P '80 '00 '02 n Mr. and Ms. James E. Dalley Jr. P '92 GP '12

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Mr. and Mrs. John Dalton P '11 n Mr. Max Dannis and Ms. Linda S. Gatter P '17 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Darling P '86 '87 GP '20 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Daume Jr. P '15 Mrs. Carole Davenport P '89 GP '19 '21 Mr. Staige Davis P '14 n Mr. and Mrs. Steven Davis P '07 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dean P '08 Mr. Michael L. DeFeo P '12 Mrs. Chantal DeFeo P '12 Mr. and Mrs. Jan Dembinski P '08 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Desjardins P '85 n Dr. and Mrs. Cameron K. Dewar P '93 '96 n Mr. and Mrs. Vincent DiNapoli P '13 Mr. and Mrs. Shaun K. Donnellan P '90 '91 '94 '97 n The Rev. and Mrs. John C. Donovan P '89 n Mr. and Mrs. Scott H. Doughty P '93 Mr. and Mrs. Martin Driscoll P '17 Mrs. Phoebe Driscoll P '82 GP '16 '16 '19 Mr. and Mrs. Edward X. Droste P '14 n Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Dullea P '06 '10 Ms. Catherine DuPuy P '15 Mr. Peter J. Durnan and Ms. Kristen Fischer P '11 '14 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eccleston III P '89 '92 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Eder P '96 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elkins P '04 Dr. and Mrs. Roger H. Emerson Jr. P '94 '00 Mr. Frederic P. Erdman P ‘03 ‘04 ‘07 and Ms. Cindy Cole n Ms. Zoe Erdman P '03 '04 '07 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter Eschauzier P '89 Dr. and Mrs. Donald M. Ettelson P '77 '83 n Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Evans P '88 '96 n Deborah and Peter Fauver '65 P '11 n Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Finnegan '79 P '10 '11 '13 n Mr. Robert Fisher and Ms. Barbara Kourajian P '10 Mrs. Renee Fleisher P '87 '90 n Mr. and Mrs. Brendan M. Florio P '01 n Mr. and Mrs. Jeff F. Foran P '88 '90 Mr. Christopher J. Ford and Ms. Alison M. Hill P '11 n Mr. and Mrs. Duane M. Ford '74 P '04 '05 '08 '12 Mr. and Mrs. James J. Ford Jr. P '09 '12 n Ms. Rae Andrews and Ms. Cindy A. Foster P '08 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Fox P '03 Dr. and Mrs. Gary J. Frei P '03 '05 '08 n

Mr. Thomas H. Friedman and Ms. Rosemarie Mullin P '10 Mr. Winship C. Fuller '61 and Ms. Janet A. Evans-Fuller P '88 '96 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard B. Galvin P '90 '91 n Dr. and Mrs. James Gamble III P '06 Mr. and Mrs. Joel Gardiner P '11 n Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gary P '08 Mrs. Sheila Gates P '86 '88 Mr. James J. Gibbons P '92 Mr. E. C. Goodrich and Ms. Kathleen Maher P '11 n Mrs. Nancy Gordon P '91 '93 Mr. Steve T. Gregg '63 P '90 n Mrs. Martha M. Griffin P '96 '98 Mr. and Mrs. Denison M. Hall P '96 n Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Hall P '13 '16 n Mr. and Mrs. Michael Halsey P '09 Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hamblin II '77 P '08 '15 n Ms. Margery Hamlen P '92 Mr. and Mrs. James W. Hammond P '79 GP '14 Mr. and Ms. David G. Hanson P '07 n Mr. Timothy W. Hardtke P '11 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harriman P '07 '09 n Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Harris Jr. P '94 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Hastings II P '15 n Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hauser P '13 '17 n Mr. Brion G. Hayes and Ms. Meredith C. Baker-Hayes P '11 Dr. Mark Hempton and Ms. Lorie A. Dunne P '07 n Ms. Jean Henchey P '06 '06 Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Hendel P '96 '02 n Mr. Douglas P. Hill and Ms. Alexandra T. Breed P '02 n Dr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Hillegass P '85 '87 '88 Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Hinman '55 P '86 n Ms. Winifred B. Hodges P '83 n Ms. Carol J. Holahan P '10 '12 Ms. Betsey Holtzmann P '11 n Dr. and Mrs. David H. Hopkins P '83 '89 n Mr. and Mrs. David W. Hosmer Jr. P '96 Mr. Ron Houle and Ms. Ann M. Foster P '11 n Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Howard P '92 n Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hoyer P '92 Mr. and Mrs. John K. C. Hyslip II P '08 '10 Mr. and Mrs. Dunning Idle IV P '81 Mr. and Mrs. David L. Ilsley P '17 Mr. and Mrs. Clark T. Irwin P '01 '04 Mr. Harry A. Jacobs P '65 Mr. and Mrs. Lennart B. Johnson P '84 n Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon A. Jones P '89 n

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Mr. Richard K. Joyce '63 P '93 n Dr. Elvin Kaplan '53 and Ms. Cecily Monro P '88 n Mr. Robert Keating ‘52 ✝ and Mrs. Judith J. Keating P ‘81 ‘86 ‘88 GP ‘13 n Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Keefe P '02 '05 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Kelley P '09 n Mr. Douglas R. Kendall and Ms. Diane Roberts P '06 '09 '13 Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Kent P '77 '79 GP '04 '06 '08 The Rev. and Mrs. Walter W. Kesler P '85 '88 '91 Mr. and Mrs. William S. Kimball P '89 The Kinsley Family Foundation n Dr. and Mrs. J. Philip Kistler P '85 Mr. and Mrs. David Knapp P '11 n Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kraft P '77 n Ms. Maureen S. Kuharic P '98 Mr. and Mrs. John A. LaCasse P '94 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Lacasse P '16 n Dr. and Mrs. Charles H. Lambert P '94 Mr. Roger Lamson P '12 n Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Lamson P '81 '85 n Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw Langmaid Jr. '54 P '81 n Mr. and Mrs. David P. Laurin P '06 n Mr. David R. Hanks and Ms. Gail L. Lavallee P '01 n Mr. and Mrs. Sam Laverack P '03 '06 n Mr. Dean E. Lea and Ms. Debra M. Gibbs P '03 n Mr. and Mrs. David P. Leatherwood P '13 '15 '16 n Mr. and Mrs. George F. LeBoutillier '63 P '87 n Lynne Mitchell and Dick Lewis P '03 '06 '10 n Mr. Richard A. Liddle and Ms. Jenny Morrill-Liddle P '14 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Lin P '15 '17 Dr. John Y. Liu and Ms. Helen X. Q. Hua P '15 Mr. Frederic B. Lowrie Jr. P '99 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Lunder P '84 n Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Lyman P '92 '95 n Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. MacNaught P '85 Mr. J. T. Macy P '82 '84 '86 n Mr. Howie Mallory and Ms. Nora Berko P '98 '03 '14 n Mr. and Mrs. Quentin A. Malmquist P '74 '83 '86 GP '09 n Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. Malmquist II '74 P '09 n


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Mr. David A. Marcroft and Rev. Shirley R. Marcroft P '89 '94 '97 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Maroni P '02 Mr. and Mrs. David H. Martin P '07 n Mr. and Mrs. David R. Marvin P '01 n Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan W. Marvin P '08 '09 '12 n Mr. and Mrs. Kimball L. Mason '54 P '85 Mr. and Mrs. John B. McCoy P '89 GP '19 Dr. and Mme. W. S. McDougal P '82 Mr. and Mrs. Tom B. McIlvain Jr. '63 P '93 '98 GP '18 '20 n Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McLane '69 P '99 G. Hayden and Ruth Turner McLaughlin P '17 n Mr. and Mrs. John F. Meck III P '97 n Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mello P '03 n Mr. Robert Merritt P '05 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. Meyers P '06 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Middleton P '09 Mr. and Mrs. William S. Mitchell P '16 Mr. Carlos Mogollon and Ms. Elspeth Hotchkiss P '12 Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Moore P '99 Dr. and Mrs. Steven J. Morris P '00 Mr. and Mrs. David Morrison P '07 n Mr. and Mrs. Dexter A. Morse '64 P '88 '91 '93 n Dr. Stephen G. Morse '74 and Ms. Carolyn D. Charnley P '14 Mr. and Mrs. William H. Morton Jr. '65 P '90 '91 Dr. and Mrs. Todd M. Mosenthal P '15 '17 n Mr. Frederick V. S. Muench P '92 n Dr. and Mrs. Noboru Murakami P '91 '92 n Ms. Lisa Mure P '14 '17 n Ms. Mary Anne Murray-Carr P '03 n Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E. Myler Jr. P '94 n Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nesbitt P '09 Mr. and Mrs. Eric Nettere P '12 Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Nichols P '01 '06 n Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Nickerson P '85 n Mr. Franz C. Nicolay P '95 '97 '00 '04 n Mr. Jeffrey Nielson and Ms. Janice Pedrin-Nielson P '02 '05 Mr. Peter C. Nordblom and Mrs. Kristin Nordblom '79 P '04 '06 '08 n Ms. Alice M. Norton P '89 '92 Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Norton P '89 '92 n Mr. and Mrs. William A. Norton P '01 Mr. James H. Nourse and Ms. Sarah M. Shipton P '96 '00 '04 Mr. B. Pike Noyes and Mrs. Linda Noyes '75 P '03

PETER CLAGHORN ’65 “Much of my working life was with Outward Bound and affiliated programs, and for much of that time, I felt that I was channeling the voices of Jim Brewer, Pat and Don Henderson, and other wonderful Holderness teachers whose incredible optimism, curiosity, and love of life have been constant anchors for me. I see that Holderness continues to invest in great people and in innovative programs which bring students and the larger world closer together, augmenting great academics with meaningful experiences. A financial donation is one way to say thank you, but it’s also a tangible way to contribute to the educational invention that will support the next generation of the Holderness community.”

Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Noyes '79 P '08 '11 n Mr. David B. O'Brien and Ms. Donna M. Kasianchuk P '08 '14 n Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. O'Connor '79 P '14 n Mr. and Mrs. James M. O'Grady P '13 n Ms. Leslie J. Orton '73 P '12 '13 n The Paine Family Trust n Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Palmer '59 P '92 n Ms. Lynne M. Paquette P '17 Mr. and Mrs. Preston S. Parish P '71 '73 '75 GP '95 '01 '02 n Mr. Bruce E. Paro and Ms. Patricia A. Mulcahy P '17 Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Peck P '08 '09 n Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Pfenninger P '11 '15 n Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Phillips '75 P '11 '14 n Dr. and Mrs. William G. Phippen P '71 '76 n Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Pickering Jr. P '96 n Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pierce P '14 n Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Pierce Jr. P '96 Mr. Charles W. Pingree P '76 '79 n Mr. Stephen M. Pinkoski P '08 Mr. Richard A. Pistey P '93 Ms. Penny Pitou P '83 GP '10 '18 Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Pomeroy P '86 Bill and Cynthia Powell P '11 '14 Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Powers P '95 '00 n Mr. and Mrs. William J. Pratt Jr. P '16 n Mr. and Mrs. William L. Prickett '81 P '15 n Mrs. Dorothy E. Prime P '84 Dr. and Mrs. Howard G. Pritham P '85 n

Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Pulsifer '55 P '92 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey L. Randall P '06 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter Y. Rapelye P '92 '93 '97 Mrs. Marilyn G. Redmond P '86 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Regan Jr. P '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Reilly '74 P '09 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Remien P '15 Ms. Elizabeth Rich P '02 '05 Dr. and Mrs. Derek P. Richardson P '94 '96 '99 '01 '06 n Mr. and Mrs. Gary B. Richardson '63 P '86 n Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. Riehle III P '96 '99 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Robbins P '09 '12 Mr. Douglas L. Robertson Sr. P '67 GP '04 '05 '11 Ms. Monique Robichaud P '08 '11 Mr. and Mrs. Dale K. Rodgers P '99 '02 Mrs. Mary C. Rohr P '91 n Mr. and Mrs. Dana Rosencranz P '12 '15 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ross P '13 Mr. and Mrs. David B. Rossetter '74 P '02 n Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rowe Jr. P '81 GP '15 n Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Rowe '81 P '15 n Mr. John S. Rudberg Jr. P '06 '08 n Mrs. Kathleen K. Rush P '95 Mrs. Dorothy Rutledge P '81 n Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ryan P '00 n Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Sampson P '02 '05 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Sargent P '16 n Mr. and Mrs. Alden H. Sawyer Jr. P '79 GP '18 '20 '21 n Mr. James O. Schaeffer P '76 n Mr. and Mrs. David W. Schoeder P '06 n

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Mr. and Mrs. George H. Schofield P '00 '04 '05 n Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Scoville P '94 n Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Seamans P '07 Mr. and Mrs. Michael B. Sherman P '95 Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Siragusa P '80 Mr. and Mrs. Alan Smarse P '04 '05 Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Smith '80 P '07 '12 n Mrs. Dorothy Smith P '80 '85 GP '07 '07 '09 '12 n Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Smith '65 P '96 Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Soderberg P '13 '16 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Somers Jr. P '07 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond M. Soto P '94 n Mr. and Mrs. David B. Soule '62 P '93 n Mr. and Mrs. Gary A. Spiess P '87 '89 '94 n Mr. Orson L. St. John Jr. P '89 Lee and Janice St. Onge P '17 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stahler P '94 '96 Mr. and Mrs. Brennan K. Starkey P '17 Mr. and Mrs. R. James Steiner P '10 '12 Ms. Charlotte M. Stetson P '90 Mrs. Charlotte Stewart P '86 '88 Mr. William D. Stewart III P '86 '88 Ms. Sandra Stone P '02 n Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Stowell '64 P '95 n Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Sturges P '13 '16 n Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Sullivan P '00 Mr. Paul Summers P '09 '10 n Ms. Rebecca Summers P '09 '10 Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Surdam P '96 n Mr. and Mrs. Stephen S. Swenson P '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Swidrak P '14 '14 n Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Swift P '03 Mrs. Barbara R. Swift P '87 n Dr. Thomas J. Swift P '87 n Mr. and Mrs. David D. Taylor '71 P '10 n Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor Jr. '68 P '03 '05 n Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Tessier P '15 '17 Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Thibadeau P '11 n Ms. Nancy Thurrell P '00 '03 Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Tiffany P '89 n Mr. and Mrs. David Trook P '06 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tucker P '05 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tuveson P '88 '91 Mr. Richard G. Tyler and Ms. Frances M. Belcher P '07 '10 Mr. and Mrs. William Van Herwarde P '17 Mr. and Mrs. Eijk A. d. M. van Otterloo P '94 n Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Vernet P '11 n Mr. Constantine G. Vlahakis P '02 Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Wakely P '74 '85 GP '20 Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan C. Wales '58 P '89 '93 n

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Wales '63 P '92 '93 Mr. Richard C. Wallace P '98 '05 Mr. Christopher J. Waller and Dr. Mary M. Waller P '06 Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Walrod P '97 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Walsh P '01 '07 n Mrs. Lisa Wardlaw P '84 '85 Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Warsofsky P '02 Mr. and Mrs. George S. Weaver III '75 P '09 n Mr. and Mrs. Hartley D. Webster '57 P '85 '87 n Mr. and Mrs. Jerome P. Webster Jr. '57 P '83 '91 '92 '08 n Ms. Elizabeth S. Weekes P '14 n Mr. and Mrs. John Weeks Jr. P '04 Mr. and Mrs. Janet F. Wenzel P '93 '95 n Rev. and Mrs. Richard C. Weymouth '70 P '01 '02 '04 n Mr. and Mrs. Christopher R. White P '06 '08 n Mr. and Mrs. Dale C. Williams P '04 Mrs. Patricia Williams P '78 Mrs. Deborah Williamson P '98 Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Woods Jr. P '10 The Rev. and Mrs. Brinton W. Woodward Jr. P '87 '91 '93 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wright P '06 '09 n Mr. Bernhardt K. Wruble and Dr. Jill Wruble P '95 n Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Wysor P '91 Mr. and Mrs. Laitin Yam P '17 Mr. and Mrs. James M. Yarmon P '99 n Mrs. Dana Zak Armstrong P '76 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Zock P '82 '85 '89 '92 n

EXTENDED FAMILY Anonymous (2) Ms. Jill Alfond Beth Allen Ms. Keri-Sue Baker Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. R. Arthur Bradbury Ms. Patricia Bramwell Ms. Carolyn B. Broad Brown Advisory Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Buckley Mrs. Virginia Burnham n Mr. and Mrs. David Cochran Mr. and Mrs. John A. Conway Mr. Douglas C. Cooney Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crites Mrs. Joanna P. Drummond Ms. Manda F. Dunigan Mr. L. G. Elliott and Mrs. Grace E. Elliott

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The Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire n Mr. and Mrs. Wilson C. Everhart Jr. n Billie J. Farrell Mr. Keith A. Gaertner Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Garver Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Gazzoli Glenderro Partners, L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Gould Mr. and Mrs. John Grant The Haartz Corporation n Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Haertl Hazlett, Burt & Watson, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Howard Holderness Jr. n Mrs. Linda M. Hoyt Ms. Alice Jensen Miss Margaret T. Keith n Ms. Elizabeth A. Kendall Mr. and Mrs. William Kietzman Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Kingston n Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Knoesel Ms. Nathaly Labbe Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Law Lori Ford Custom Outdoor Gear Ms. Lisa Lovett Mr. and Mrs. Robert Low LTY Real Estate Development Corp Mrs. Phyllis R. Manley n Mr. and Mrs. Ira J. Marvin n Mr. and Mrs. Christopher T. Meier Ms. Mary H. Menkes Ms. Mikayla Menkes Mr. Richard Hodel and Ms. Mary A. Mercante Ms. Margot W. Moses Mr. Jeffrey Nadeau n Ms. Rebecca Niles Dr. Lewis J. Overaker Mr. Ethan A. Paquin Dr. and Mrs. Richard Parker Mr. Derek M. Plourde Plymouth Taylor Equipment Rental, Inc. Mrs. Marel Rogers Mrs. Jane Roiter Mr. and Mrs. Jerre W. Salmon Mr. and Mrs. Terry E. Schnuck Mr. Kurt W. Schuler Mrs. Anneliese Schultz n Mr. and Mrs. Alan H. Soanes Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Solberg n Mr. and Mrs. Jay S. Stroud Mr. Jeremy K. Stubbs Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Sussman n Mrs. Jane S. Theuner


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Joseph Massik ’46 made his first gift to Holderness in 1955. He was not a large donor during his lifetime. He did not even give every year. But Joe recognized that he could make a lasting impact on Holderness through a bequest. Joe’s legacy will live on in the new academic building and all of the teaching and learning that will take place within its walls. His vision will allow the school to build on its long tradition of experiential learning, interdisciplinary teaching, and the all-important relationships that faculty build with students during a critical time in their development.

HOLDERNESS IS TRULY GRATEFUL AND PLEASED TO RECOGNIZE JOSEPH MASSIK ’46 AS A MEMBER OF THE BALCH SOCIETY. THE BALCH SOCIETY HONORS individuals and families who support Holderness School through a planned gift, providing educational opportunities for generations of students, while also supporting their loved ones and inspiring generosity in others. For more information on the mutual benefits of supporting Holderness and your family through life income gifts and bequests, please visit www.holderness.planmygift.org or contact Senior Associate Director of Major Gifts Peter Barnum at (603) 779-5221 or pbarnum@holderness.org.

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Mr. Nicholas Tuozzolo and Ms. Jennifer TumSuden Gilbert and Virginia Tyler Ms. Mary Verbeck-Pomeroy Women in Development of Greater Boston Mrs. Jane F. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Zabransky

TRUSTEES Mr. Sandeep D. Alva P '15 n Mr. Theodore N. Attenborough P '17 n Mr. F. Christopher Carney '75 P '08 n Mrs. Carolyn C. Cullen '87 P '17 n Mr. Robert F. Cunha P '16 '19 n The Rev. Randolph Dales P '80 '00 '02 n Mr. Christopher E. Davenport '89 P '19 '21 n Mr. Andrew A. Davis P '18 Mr. Paul J. Ferri P '18 '19 Mrs. Victoria T. Frei P '03 '05 '08 n Ms. Tracy M. Gillette '89 P '19 n Mr. Robert J. Hall P '13 '16 n Mrs. Susie B. Hayes P '15 '18 n The Rt. Rev. Robert Hirschfeld n Mr. Burgwell J. Howard '82 Mr. Christopher M. Keating '81 Mr. Peter K. Kimball '72 n Mr. Robert A. Kinsley II '88 P '19 n Dr. John Y. Liu P '15 Mr. Alexander C. MacCormick '88 n Dr. Daryll K. Mattingly Mr. R. P. Peck P '08 '09 n Mr. Thomas N. Phillips '75 P '11 '14 n Mrs. Nell W. Reynolds P '18 '20 Mr. Andrew H. Sawyer '79 P '18 '20 '21 n Mr. Harry Sheehy III n

Mr. Gary A. Spiess P '87 '89 '94 n Ms. Margaret W. Staub '85 n Mr. Matt S. Storey P '20 Mr. Sander J. van Otterloo '94 n Mr. Richard L. Vieira P '20

HONORARY TRUSTEES Mr. Warren C. Cook P '90 '94 n Mr. James B. Hamblin II '77 P '08 '15 n Ms. Piper S. Orton '74 n Mr. W. Dexter Paine III '79 P '14 n Mr. William L. Prickett '81 P '15 n The Rev. Brinton W. Woodward Jr. P '87 '91 '93

BALCH SOCIETY: CURRENT MEMBERS Mr. Fletcher W. Adams '55 P '95 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Alfond P '87 '88 '90 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Ashworth '59 Mr. James E. Brewer II P '78 Mr. Jeffrey Schutz and Ms. Charlotte Caldwell P '98 Mr. F. Christopher Carney '75 P '08 and Ms. Karen Dempsey Carney Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Carpenter '58 Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Clark '48 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Cutler P '98 Mr. Richard C. Daitch '51 Ms. Abbey E. DeRocker '95 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Desjardins P '85 Mr. David B. Dewey '77 and Mrs. Suzanne Romero Dewey Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Doyle '66 GP '10 '11 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elkins P '04

KELLY HOOD ’08, FACULTY MEMBER 2012-15 “I give to Holderness because its core values have become central to the way I live my life every day: with a purposeful dedication to developing the whole person, an unrelenting commitment to equity and inclusion initiatives, and a steadfast conviction that nature is the best classroom. Through their unwavering belief in me, my teachers, colleagues, and friends gave me a place to grow into someone I am proud of—even when I failed to believe in myself. For six years, I called Holderness home. Regardless of where I live, it still is. I want everyone to have the opportunity to call Holderness home, too.”

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Mrs. Ann M. Gallop P '83 Mr. Peter S. Grant '77 Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Hammond '50 Mr. Lars H. Hansen '52 Ms. Elizabeth H. Heide '85 Mr. Maclear Jacoby Jr. '45 Dr. and Mrs. John L. Jamieson '69 Mr. and Mrs. Lee W. Katzenbach '61 Mrs. Judith J. Keating P '81 '86 '88 GP '13 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kinsley P '88 GP '19 Dr. and Mrs. J. Philip Kistler P '85 Ms. Antonia B. Laird P '77 '83 Dr. and Mrs. Albert C. Lesneski P '87 Ms. Christine R. Louis '81 Mr. Peter L. Macdonald '60 and Ms. Dora L. Beatty Mr. and Mrs. Dwight N. Mason '57 Dr. and Mrs. Richard G. Obregon P '11 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Parkhill P '89 '95 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Phillips '75 P '11 '14 Mr. and Mrs. William L. Prickett '81 P '15 Mr. and Mrs. Jon Q. Reynolds Jr. '86 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Rowe '81 P '15 Mr. and Mrs. Harrison J. Sargent '73 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy G. Scott '73 Mr. and Mrs. Dwight B. Shepard '72 Mr. Horace L. Shepard III '59 Mr. James C. Stearns '68 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Straus P '06 Dr. and Mrs. John S. Swift Jr. '62 Mr. George F. Theriault Jr. '61 and Mrs. Celia J. Weeden Theriault Mr. and Mrs. Alexander A. Uhle Mr. and Mrs. Hartley D. Webster '57 P '85 '87 Mr. and Mrs. Jerome P. Webster Jr. '57 P '83 '91 '92 '08 The Rev. and Mrs. Brinton W. Woodward Jr. P '87 '91 '93 Mr. Stephen A. Worcester '67 Mr. and Mrs. Joshua A. S. Young '57

BALCH SOCIETY: EMERITUS Mr. David B. Anstatt '86 ✝ Mr. Douglass B. Auer '56 ✝ Mr. Christopher G. Biggi '63 ✝ Mr. Maurice F. Blouin P '58 '64 ✝ Mr. and Mrs. Lee C. Bright '49 ✝ Mr. Robert E. Cleary Jr. '62 ✝ Mr. Cyril Cogswell ✝ Mr. and Mrs. John M. Cole P '58 '63 GP '82 '01 ✝ Mrs. Anne S. Combs ✝ Mr. Thomas A. Corcoran P '75 '76 '82 '83 '86 GP '03 ✝


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Mr. Charles K. Dodge Jr. '44 ✝ Mr. and Mrs. James F. Edwards '27 ✝ Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Gleason P '66 ✝ Dr. and Mrs. Harry B. Goodspeed P '57 ✝ Howard T. Greenley 1890 P '50 ✝ The Rt. Rev. and Mrs. Charles F. Hall ✝ Mrs. Lucy E. Holcombe ✝ and Mr. Seth P. Holcombe ✝ Dr. Harry P. Jeffries '47 ✝ Ms. Trit Johnson ✝ Mr. and Mrs. Hugh K. Joyce P '63 '68 GP '93 ✝ Mr. Robert M. Keating '52 P '81 '86 '88 GP '13 ✝ Mr. Theodore W. Libbey '42 ✝ Mr. Burton N. Lowe '44 ✝ Mr. and Mrs. Stanley F. Marr 1909 ✝ Mr. Joseph M. Massik '46 ✝ Mr. Guenter H. Mattersdorff '44 ✝ Mr. Mayland H. Morse Jr. '38 GP '13 ✝ Mr. Rupert L. Nichols P '65 ✝ Mr. Rupert L. Nichols Jr. '65 ✝ Mr. Sigourney F. Nininger '41 ✝ Mrs. Lois B. Odence GP '87 '88 '90 '03 ✝ and Mr. Charles L. Odence GP '03 ✝ Mr. Seth S. Pope Jr. '59 ✝ Ms. Phyllis Reader ✝ Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Rudderham '31 ✝ Mr. George F. Sawyer P '53 GP '80 '91 '92 ✝ Mr. Hugh C. Sherwood '45 ✝ The Rt. Rev. Philip A. Smith ✝ Mr. George B. Upton '62 ✝ Mr. Pieter D. Van Zandt '57 ✝ Mr. and Mrs. Edric A. Weld '42 ✝ Mr. Wendell W. Witter GP '85 ✝ Mr. Robert C. Wood '56 ✝ Mr. Philip L. Worcester P '67 ✝

TRIBUTES GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF DR. HENRY D. ADAMS '95 Anonymous GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MISS THALIA L. ANASTOS '19 Ms. Kathryn Bertelli GP '17 '19 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. ALDEN M. ANDERSON III '18 Ms. Mary Murray Coleman GP '18 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. CRAIG C. ANTONIDES '77 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Martin '88 P '20 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE REV. ROBERT BACON JR. '77 AND THE CLASS OF 1977 Mr. David B. Dewey '77 and Mrs. Suzanne Romero Dewey n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF STEPHEN AND CATHY BARNHORST P '00 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Barnhorst '00 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. PETER BARNUM P '05 '07 '09 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. Rinn '93 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Zifcak '93 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF BRUCE AND SARAH BARTON P '13 '16 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pierce P '14 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. BRUCE BARTON P '13 '16 Mr. Thomas A. Blinkhorn P '18 Ms. Catherine DuPuy P '15 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Zifcak '93 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. ALEXANDER J. BERMAN '13 Mr. Adam Sapers '11 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF BOYS’ ICE HOCKEY & BASEBALL Mr. Benjamin Coleman '14 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF BOYS' LACROSSE Mr. and Mrs. Christopher P. Hutchinson P '18 '20 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. JARED N. CARR '20 Mrs. Grace G. Fritzinger GP '20 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. PATRICK B. CASEY Mr. Seth W. Gray '20 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE CLASS OF 1970 Rev. and Mrs. Richard C. Weymouth '70 P '01 '02 '04 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE CLASS OF 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Richards '73 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE CLASS OF 1977 Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Kraft '77 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE CLASS OF 1978 Mr. John Woodall and Mrs. Margo F. Woodall '78 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE CLASS OF 1988 Mr. and Mrs. Owen B. Jones '88 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE CLASS OF 2005 Mr. Daniel Cooper and Mrs. Caitlin W. Cooper '05 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. EMILY E. CLIFFORD '15 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Clifford P '15 '18 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. STUART G. CLIFFORD '18 Mr. and Mrs. John S. Clifford P '15 '18 GIFTS RECEIVED ON BEHALF OF MS. ALEXIS C. COLLINS '98 Mrs. Martha M. Griffin P '96 '98 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. AUGUSTA (RIEHLE) COMEY '96 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. Riehle III P '96 '99 GIFTS RECEIVED ON BEHALF OF BOB COMSTOCK P '89 '92 ✝ Ms. Virginia W. Comstock '92 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. EMILY (RIEHLE) DIXON '99 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore M. Riehle III P '96 '99 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. PETER J. DURNAN P '11 '14 Mr. and Mrs. David Knapp P '11 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. RICHARD ECCLESTON '92 Mr. Emery L. Gray '17

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GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. THOMAS ECCLESTON III P '89 '92 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Zifcak '93 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. NICHOLAS J. GRAMMAS '18 Mrs. Nancy J. Grammas GP '18

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. CARL HILLEGASS '85 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Hillegass P '85 '87 '88

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF JEAN EDGERLY Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Edgerly '78

GIFTS RECEIVED ON BEHALF OF MS. LYDIA B. GRIFFIN '96 Mrs. Martha M. Griffin P '96 '98

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. MICHAEL HILLEGASS '88 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Hillegass P '85 '87 '88

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE FACULTY Mr. Howie Mallory and Ms. Nora Berko P '98 '03 '14 n Dr. and Dr. Andrew C. Peterson P '21

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. JAMES S. HALSEY '09 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Halsey P '09

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. DONALD B. HINMAN '55 Mr. and Mrs. Miles B. Glascock '82 P '19 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF JIM AND LOLI HAMMOND P '79 GP '14 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elkins P '04

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. COLIN J. HOEFFNER '19 Mr. Timothy Hoeffner P '17 '19

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. LOLI D. HAMMOND P '79 GP '14 Mr. Doug Harris and Mrs. Katherine W. Harris '96 n Mr. Neal E. Merker and Mrs. Anna L. Merker '84

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. GRANT J. HOEFFNER '17 Mr. Timothy Hoeffner P '17 '19

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. BRANDON D. FLEISHER '87 Mrs. Renee Fleisher P '87 '90 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF DR. COURTNEY L. FLEISHER '90 Mrs. Renee Fleisher P '87 '90 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. KELLAN M. FLORIO '01 Mr. and Mrs. Brendan M. Florio P '01 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. DUANE M. FORD '74 Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Cavanaugh '82 n Mr. Graydon E. Vigneau III '06 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. NEAL J. FREI '03 Apple Inc. Ms. Lauren E. Frei '05 n Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Vincent '06 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. NIGEL FURLONGE AND DR. NICOLE FURLONGE Anonymous GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF BRIAN '06 AND CAROLINE PEVVY GAMBLE Dr. and Mrs. James Gamble III P '06 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. RYAN J. GOLDSMITH Mr. Emery L. Gray '17 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF ANGUS GRAHAM, SON OF MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM L. GRAHAM '72 Mr. and Mrs. Braden J. Edwards '85

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. WILLIAM R. HARKER '18 Mr. Charles H. Harker III '15 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. EDWARD F. HAYES P '17 '21 AND MRS. MELANIE L. HAYES P '17 '21 Ms. Brooke L. A. Hayes '17 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. JOSEPH M. HAYES Ms. Christine R. Louis '81 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF DONALD ✝ AND PATRICIA HENDERSON P '72 '74 GP '05 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Barnum P '05 '07 '09 n Mr. and Mrs. Paul Elkins P '04 Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Pulsifer '55 P '92 Mr. and Mrs. William S. Lofquist '54 n Mr. and Mrs. William G. Phippen Jr. '71 n Mr. and Mrs. Jerre W. Salmon Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Stout '64 n Mr. and Mrs. David Trook P '06 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Williams '74 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE REV. JOSHUA A. HILL Dr. Craig N. Gemmell and Ms. Nancy Hughes P '20

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GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. RANDAL C. HOUSEMAN P '15 '18 Mr. Christopher D. Madigan and Ms. Melanie M. Garger P '19 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. MARTHA HUCKINS P '97 Mr. Christopher J. Schreiber and Mrs. Virginia A. Schreiber '93 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE 70TH BIRTHDAY OF MR. HARRY A. JACOBS III '65 Mr. Harry A. Jacobs P '65 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. PETER K. KIMBALL '72 Women in Development of Greater Boston GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. MICHAEL KINGSTON '58 Mr. and Mrs. Timothy M. Kingston n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. NICHOLAS L. LAURENCE Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Martin '88 P '20 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. HENRY C. Y. LIU '15 AND MS. MINNA LIU Dr. John Y. Liu and Ms. Helen X. Q. Hua P '15


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GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. DAVID M. LOCKWOOD P '99 '02 '03 '03 Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagen Harker P '15 '18 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. STEVEN W. LUNDER '84 Mr. and Mrs. John J. Lehner P '21 State Street Foundation, Inc. GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. CHRISTINE LUSHEFSKI Ms. Katherine L. Cutler '17 Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Schibli P '18 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. ANDREW R. MACLEOD '18 Mr. Roderick A. MacLeod P '16 '18

JEAN-LOUIS TROMBETTA ’85 “I give back to Holderness because of what it gave to me. It gave me the sensibility to recognize my abilities, the capacity to generate positive change in a community, and an awareness of my responsibility to inspire others to follow the core values that Holderness once instilled in me... fairness, initiative, dependability, and empathy. I am forever grateful and committed to perpetuating, through my donations, the opportunity for future generations to attend Holderness, an institution I consider a paragon of ethics, values, and education.”

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. RORY H. MACLEOD '16 Mr. Roderick A. MacLeod P '16 '18

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. SARAH MORRISON '07 Mr. and Mrs. David Morrison P '07 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. EMILY A. MAGNUS '88 Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Bird III P '07 '13 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. SARAH (SHEPPE) OKUN '96 Mr. James Shipton GP '96 '00 '04

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. SAM T. MEAU '16 Ms. Sharon N. Regal GP '12 '16 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. CARLY E. MEAU '12 Ms. Sharon N. Regal GP '12 '16 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF DR. LEWIS J. OVERAKER Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Chernin P '16 '17 Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagen Harker P '15 '18 n Mr. James R. Mathews '09 n

Dr. and Mrs. Cameron K. Dewar P '93 '96 n Mr. Landry Frei '08 n Dr. Christopher Gabel and Mrs. Jennifer L. Gabel '89 n Mr. and Mrs. Peter Y. Rapelye P '92 '93 '97 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. TOBI A. PFENNINGER P '11 '15 Ms. Christine R. Louis '81 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. JONATHAN B. PISTEY '93 Mr. Richard A. Pistey P '93

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. JAMES PAGE Mr. and Mrs. William G. Phippen Jr. '71 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. ALLISON PLOURDE Mr. Franz C. Nicolay P '95 '97 '00 '04 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. JOHN MENKES '21 Ms. Mary H. Menkes Ms. Mikayla Menkes

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. ASHTON S. PALMER '20 Mr. and Mrs. Kent L. Palmer GP '20

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MISS BRIDGET R. POPE '18 Mr. Dennis J. Pope GP '18

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. BLAIR MONACO '04 Rev. and Mrs. Richard C. Weymouth P '01 '02 '04 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. BRUCE E. PARO P '17 Dr. and Mrs. Olaf Butchma P '19 Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Freudigman Jr. P '20

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. ALLISON B. ROBBINS '09 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Robbins P '09 '12

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. KATHARINE S. MOORE '04 Mr. James Shipton GP '96 '00 '04

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF PHIL PECK & PETER BARNUM "BECAUSE THEY ALWAYS REMEMBER" Dr. and Mrs. Roger H. Emerson Jr. P '94 '00

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. NIKKI MORRIS '00 Dr. and Mrs. Steven J. Morris P '00

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. R. P. PECK P '08 '09 Mr. Douglas C. Cooney

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. JAMES O. ROBBINS '12 Dr. and Mrs. Daniel S. Robbins P '09 '12 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. MONIQUE ROBICHAUD P '08 '11 Ms. Lisa Lovett

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GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. AMANDA N. RYAN '09 Mrs. Withrow W. Meeker GP '09

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE TANKERSLEY FAMILY FUND Bruce and Eneida Aguilar P '18

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. CHRISTOPHER A. RYAN '00 Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Ryan P '00 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. LEONARD THOMPSON P '03 '04 '06 '09 '14 '17 '20 The Frei Family n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. JENNY (ALFOND) SEEMAN '88 Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Alfond P '87 '88 '90 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. ANDREW P. SHEPPE '00 Mr. and Mrs. C. Hagen Harker P '15 '18 n Mr. James Shipton GP '96 '00 '04 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. ALEC F. SISCO Dr. and Dr. Andrew C. Peterson P '21 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. MOLLY STAHLER '96 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stahler P '94 '96 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. KATE (STAHLER) STARRETT '94 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Stahler P '94 '96 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. DUANE D. STEVENS Mr. and Dr. Nigel Furlonge n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. THEO O. DOUGHTY '93 Mr. and Mrs. Scott H. Doughty P '93 GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. MARCIA N. TROOK P '06 Mr. Benjamin N. Trook '06

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. TYLER WEYMOUTH '01 Rev. and Mrs. Richard C. Weymouth P '01 '02 '04 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. JOAN C. L. WEYMOUTH WARNER '02 Rev. and Mrs. Richard C. Weymouth P '01 '02 '04 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. LOYS A. WILES P '47 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Terry '54

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. SANDER J. VAN OTTERLOO '94 Mr. and Mrs. Eijk A. d. M. van Otterloo P '94 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MISS ABIGAIL L. WISEMAN '18 Ms. Judith Beams GP '18

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MR. NIKLAUS C. VITZTHUM '11 Mr. Bernd P. Kuehn ✝ and Mrs. Barbara Kuehn GP '11 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MRS. MARGO F. WOODALL '78 AND THE CLASS OF 1978 Mrs. Patricia Williams P '78

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF REV. RICHARD C. WEYMOUTH '70 P '01 '02 '04 AND MRS. KATHERINE WEYMOUTH P '01 '02 '04 Mr. and Mrs. Alexander L. Gray P '17 '20 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF THE REV. BRINTON W. WOODWARD JR. '87 '91 '93 Mr. Andrew Bogardus and Mrs. Kelley A. Bogardus '91 n Mr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Wales '63 P '92 '93

PETER RAPELYE P ’93 ’97, FACULTY MEMBER 1972–79 AND 1984–1997 “I give back to Holderness because it is a school that stays with you for life. The balance of time-honored traditions, spiritual values, strong academics, three seasons of athletics, and special programs, all combined with its celebration of teaching, small size, and bucolic setting, make Holderness unique among independent schools. For 20 years, Holderness helped shape my career and who I am as a person. More importantly, our daughters, Kate ’93 and Meg ’97, draw on their Holderness experiences every day. For that and so much more, I am most grateful.”

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Mr. Luke Warner and Mrs. Joan C. L. Weymouth Warner '02 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN HONOR OF MS. ALEXIS S. WRUBLE '95 Mr. Bernhardt K. Wruble and Dr. Jill Wruble P '95 n

MEMORIALS GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF DR. FRANCIS J. AGUILAR GP '18 Ms. Gillian M. Aguilar GP '18 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. BRUCE ANSTATT '86 Mrs. Angela Anstatt P '86 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. CHRIS BAIRSTOW '67 Anonymous


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GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. WILLIAM W. BIDDLE P '78 '80 '85 Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. McElhinny '75 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. JUSTIN BOOSKA '09 Mr. John H. Dings '09 Ms. Ana C. Encalada '09 Mr. Sumner J. Ford '09 n Mr. David F. Grilk '09 and Mrs. Stephanie MacDougall Mr. Matthew N. Kinney '12 n Mr. Richard A. Liddle and Ms. Jenny Morrill-Liddle P '14 Ms. Tenley Malmquist '09 Mr. Jacob B. Manoukian '09 n Mr. Ian M. Nesbitt '09 n Mr. James O'Leary '09 Mr. Joe Rider and Mrs. Emily Rider '09 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. GORDON R. BOREK '13 Mrs. Cheryl S. Borek P '13 Mr. Benjamin Coleman '14 Ms. Kelly A. DiNapoli '13 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eccleston '92 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. ROBERT "BROOKSIE" BROOKS Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Everett '02 n Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Zock P '82 '85 '89 '92 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF DR. JOHN M. R. BRUNER P '77 AND MRS. BARBARA T. BRUNER P '77 Mr. and Mrs. Bradford C. Bruner '77 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. CHRISTOPHER B. R. BROWN '71 Ms. Elizabeth H. Brown '10 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. ED CAYLEY P '62 Mr. and Mrs. John F. Clough '59 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. CHRIS CLOUGH '67 Anonymous GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MRS. E. H. M. COFFIN P '74 Millard F. Coffin III, PhD '74 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. MIKE D'AMICO '03 Mr. Matthew D. N. Burzon '03 Mr. Neal J. Frei '03 n Mr. Dean E. Lea and Ms. Debra M. Gibbs P '03 n Mr. and Mrs. Robert Low Mr. David B. Madeira '03 and Mrs. Oriana Madiera n Mr. Brendan B. Murphy '03 and Ms. Etifwork Y. Ahmed n Ms. Mary Anne Murray-Carr P '03 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. SANDY DOUGLAS '67 Anonymous

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF DONALD AND ELIZABETH HAGERMAN P '63 GP '84 '05 Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Baldwin GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. ROBERT S. HARDY '38 Mrs. Jane Roiter GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. KENT HILLEGASS '87 Dr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Hillegass P '85 '87 '88 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. GRAHAM HILL '67 Anonymous

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. JONATHAN M. DUNBAR '79 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. O'Connor '79 P '14 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. JOHN A. HINMAN '67 Anonymous

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. WILLIAM S. EATON 1906 Lucy E. Holcombe Trust

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. CHRISTOPHER W. HOYT '59 Mrs. Linda M. Hoyt

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. GARY GARRATT '65 Mr. William D. Carter '65 and Mrs. Marcea Wolfe-Carter

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. CHARLES F. JAMESON JR. '55 Mr. John N. Jameson '56

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. KIP GARRE '92 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Myler '94 n Piper Jaffray & Co. GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. ALEXANDER D. GIBSON JR. '55 The Rev. William Byers '55 and Mrs. Susan Kinsloe-Byers GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. NED GILLETTE '63 Mr. and Mrs. David S. Hagerman '63 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. FREDERICK W. GRIFFIN JR. P '96 '98 Mrs. Martha M. Griffin P '96 '98 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. DONALD C. HAGERMAN P '63 GP '84 '05 Mr. James C. Stearns '68 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. KENT D. KIESWETTER '67 Anonymous GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. M.J. LAFOLEY '95 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. LaFoley '96 n Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Myler '94 n Piper Jaffray & Co. GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF TIM "ARNIE" LAWSON '67 Anonymous GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. WES LEA '03 Mr. Matthew D. N. Burzon '03 Mr. Neal J. Frei '03 n Mr. Dean E. Lea and Ms. Debra M. Gibbs P '03 n Mr. and Mrs. Robert Low Mr. Brendan B. Murphy '03 and Ms. Etifwork Y. Ahmed n Ms. Mary Anne Murray-Carr P '03 n

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GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MRS. VIRGINIA A. LYMAN P '92 '95 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Lyman P '92 '95 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. PETER MCLANE '33 P '69 GP '99 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas McLane '69 P '99

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. AB ROGERS '67 Anonymous

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. SANDY MACTAGGART GP '19 Ms. Mara M. Mactaggart P '19

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. BILL MILES '67 Anonymous

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. CLIFFORD A. ROGERS '47 Mrs. Marel d. Rogers

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. JOHN S. MANLEY '42 Mrs. Phyllis R. Manley n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. JONATHAN MILNE '62 Mr. and Mrs. William A. Barker '62 P '85 '89 GP '21 n Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Milne '63 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MS. DANA H. ROWE '77 Mr. Thomas Duffield and Mrs. Viveca A. Duffield '77

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MS. ERIN E. MARONI '02 Ms. Theo B. Jordan '02 Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Maroni P '02 Ms. Elizabeth S. Norton '01 n Marjie and Andy Norton P '01 Ms. Elizabeth S. Pantazelos '02 n Patagonia GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. DAVE MASON '67 Anonymous GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MRS. JANINE M. MAUCHEDUMOND P '96 Mr. Brian Guercio and Mrs. Lara Guercio '96 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. JAMES E. MCKEE JR. '35 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crites From his nieces and nephew, Mrs. Grace E. Elliott, Mrs. Sarah E. Evans, & Mr. Frank A. Engelhart Billie J. Farrell Mr. Keith A. Gaertner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Gazzoli Mr. James Halsey '09 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Halsey P '09 Ms. Alice Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Knoesel Mr. Richard Hodel and Ms. Mary A. Mercante Mr. and Mrs. Terry E. Schnuck Ms. Mary Verbeck-Pomeroy GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. PETER Q. MCKEE '41 GP '09 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Halsey P '09

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. WILLIAM W. NILES III '60 Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Garver Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Johnson '60 Ms. Rebecca Niles Mr. Donald A. Sokoloski '60 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. JONATHAN M. O'CONNOR '94 Mr. and Mrs. John A. Conway Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Myler '94 n Piper Jaffray & Co.

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. SPAULDING SCHULTZ '38 Mrs. Anneliese Schultz n GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. LATHROP STRANG '80 Mr. and Mrs. David H. Reed '80 n Travelers Companies, Inc.

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. RUSSELL C. ORTON '40 Ms. Piper S. Orton '74 n Mr. and Mrs. William M. Stringfellow '83

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. TODD E. SWIFT '87 Mrs. Barbara R. Swift P '87 n Dr. Thomas J. Swift P '87 n Mr. and Mrs. David M. Warren '88 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. BILL PAINE P '79 '80 '83 '86 Mr. Brett T. Weisel '87 and Mrs. Ellyn Weisel '86 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. SANFORD M. TREAT III '78 Mr. and Mrs. Judson D. Hale Jr. '78 Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Smith '78

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. DOUGLAS J. PEIRCE '79 Mr. and Mrs. John C. Dawley '80 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. NORM WALKER P '88 '89 GP '98 Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Connolly V '03 Mr. and Mrs. Steven Davis P '07 Mr. Brian Guercio and Mrs. Lara Guercio '96 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mahon Jr. '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Alan Smarse P '04 '05 Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Tiffany P '89 n Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Tiffany '89 n Mr. Mel S. Walker '88 n Mr. Christopher J. Waller and Dr. Mary M. Waller P '06 Mr. Travis Hemmen and Ms. Jennifer I. Hemmen '89 Mr. and Mrs. David M. Warren '88 n

GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. GEORGE S. "RIP" RICHARDS P '73 '76 '80 Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Zock P '82 '85 '89 '92 n GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. LEONARD B. RICHARDS III '60 Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Johnson '60 Mr. Donald A. Sokoloski '60

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GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MS. CHERYL L. WALSH '88 Mr. and Mrs. Derek R. Anderson '88 n Mr. and Ms. Peter D. Driscoll '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Jason P. Evans '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Nathan J. Foran '88 n Mr. Brian C. Wogensen and Ms. Elizabeth M. Ganem '88 n Mr. Christopher P. Hayes '88 Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Hillegass '88 n Mr. Peter M. Kennedy and Mrs. Sage H. Kennedy '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Kesler '88 n Ms. Nikki A. Kimball '89 n Dr. Christopher P. Klein '88 and Dr. Neda C. Khoobyar Mr. Jonathan Segal and Ms. Pamela V. Lehmberg '88 Mr. and Mrs. Alexander C. MacCormick '88 n Mr. Kurt H. Magnus and Ms. Emily A. Magnus '88 P '17 '20 n Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Mahon Jr. '88 n Mr. Kennard A. Matthews Jr. and Mrs. Julie W. Matthews '88 n Mr. Kevin McGoldrick and Mrs. Erika S. McGoldrick '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm E. Northrop '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Oliver '88 Mr. Pablo Paysee and Ms. Alexandra M. Paysee '88 n Ms. Nicole Friederichs and Ms. Elizabeth R. Pierce '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Joel D. Rif kin '88 Mr. and Mrs. Matthew H. Schonwald '88 Mr. Thomas W. Seeman and Mrs. Jennifer G. Seeman '88 n Dr. and Dr. David F. Smail Jr. '88 n Mr. Thomas Smallhorn and Mrs. Christina H. Smallhorn '88 n Mr. Stewart Smith and Mrs. Lauren C. Smith '88 n Mr. and Mrs. Erik R. Tuveson '88 n Mr. and Mrs. David M. Warren '88 n Mr. Aaron Woo and Ms. Karen M. Woodbury '88 GIFTS RECEIVED IN MEMORY OF MR. MARK WILSON '68 Mr. Raymond T. Wilson '61

FACULTY AND STAFF Anonymous (3) Mr. Craig C. Antonides '77

R. JAMES STEINER P ’10 ’12 “It is rare that a parent is allowed to go on Out Back. But, because of my unique winter survival qualifications (a former Army Ranger and Green Beret turned lawyer), I have been helping out during Out Back since 2009. The contributions I can make to benefit the students and faculty bring great joy and pride. Out Back is demanding, and I relish that I am allowed to continue to play a small part as I have the last ten years.”

Mr. Joseph Arsenault Mr. Michael Barney Mrs. Joan L. Barnum P '05 '07 '09 n Mr. Peter Barnum P '05 '07 '09 n Mr. Bruce Barton P '13 '16 n Mrs. Sarah Barton P '13 '16 n Ms. Hillary J. Beach Ms. Kelsey B. Berry Mrs. Pamela D. Bliss Mr. Patrick J. Buckley Mr. Tyler D. Cabot Mr. Michael Carrigan Mr. Ian M. Casey Mrs. Kelly J. Casey Mrs. Kristina J. Casey Mr. Patrick B. Casey Ms. Erin R. Colon Ms. Leigh Anne M. Connors Ms. Paula Currie Mr. Ivar G. Dahl P '19 Mrs. Janice R. Dahl P '19 The Rev. Randolph Dales P '80 '00 '02 n Ms. Nancy L. Dalley P '92 GP '12 Mrs. Suzanne R. Dewey n Ms. Alexandra B. Disney Ms. Carol L. Dopp Mr. Paul V. Dullea P '06 '10 Mr. Peter J. Durnan P '11 '14 Mr. Richard Eccleston '92 n Ms. Kristen Fischer P '11 '14 Mr. David T. Flynn '96 Mr. Duane M. Ford '74 P '04 '05 '08 '12 Ms. Lily Ford '12 Mrs. Lori Ford P '04 '05 '08 '12 Mr. Neal J. Frei '03 n Dr. Nicole Furlonge n Mr. Nigel Furlonge n Mr. Jordan Graham

Ms. Jean Henchey P '06 '06 Mr. Peter J. Hendel P '96 '02 n Mr. Andrew L. Herring Rev. Joshua A. Hill Mrs. Meredith D. Houseman P '15 '18 n Mr. Randal C. Houseman P '15 '18 n Dr. Rachel A. Jastrebsky Mrs. Erin K. Jung Mr. Robert W. Kampmann Mr. Douglas R. Kendall P '06 '09 '13 Mrs. Kathleen H. Kime '99 n Mr. John-Alexander Kourkoulis Mr. Nicholas L. Laurence Mr. John C. Lin P '15 '17 Mrs. Marilee C. Lin P '15 '17 Mr. Patrick E. Livingstone Mrs. Stacy S. Lopes n Ms. Christine Lushefski Ms. Emily A. Magnus '88 P '17 '20 n Ms. Kimberly Merrow Mr. Darren E. Moore '99 Dr. Margaret C. Mumford P '08 '20 Mr. Franz C. Nicolay P '95 '97 '00 '04 n Mr. Kerry J. O'Connell Ms. Amelia J. Ortiz Mr. Bruce E. Paro P '17 Mr. R. P. Peck P '08 '09 n Mrs. Robin A. Peck P '08 '09 n Ms. Janice Pedrin-Nielson P '02 '05 Mrs. Tobi A. Pfenninger P '11 '15 n Ms. Allison Plourde Ms. Margot Riley Ms. Monique Robichaud P '08 '11 Mr. James D. Ryan Mr. Alan Smarse P '04 '05 Mrs. Beth Smarse P '04 '05 Ms. Jini R. Sparkman Mr. Christopher Stigum

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Mrs. Victoria G. Stigum Mrs. Jo-Anne F. Strickland Mr. Mark J. Sturgeon Mr. Alan D. Thompson '04 Ms. Nancy Thurrell P '00 '03 Mrs. Kelly van Lingen Ms. Joanne Wernig Mrs. Katherine Weymouth P '01 '02 '04 n Rev. Richard C. Weymouth '70 P '01 '02 '04 n Ms. Elizabeth M. Wolf Ms. Michelle C. Wood

FOUNDATIONS AND ORGANIZATIONS Anonymous (7) Barbara Bradley Baekgaard Family Foundation n Baugh Foundation, Inc. n CAP Charitable Foundation Coleman Foundation Ethel D. Colket Foundation The Columbus Foundation and Affiliated Organizations n Jane B. Cook 1992 Charitable Trust The Cushman and Pamela Andrews Family Fund of the DuPage Community Foundation The Andrew J. Eder Family Foundation, Inc. n Ferri Family Foundation Fidelity Brokerage Services, LLC Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund n The Glass Foundation Inc. n Lucy E. Holcombe Trust Jacob L. and Lillian Holtzmann Foundation n Honu Nai'a Charitable Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation The Jarabek Family Charitable Foundation n The Seymour H. Knox Foundation, Inc. The Loring Wolcott & Coolidge Charitable Trust-I Lubrano Family Charitable Foundation n The Lunder Foundation n The Maine Community Foundation, Inc. n Marr Charity Trust Fund n The Martin Foundation n Morgan Stanley Global Impact Funding Trust The Noboru Murakami and Hiroko Murakami Foundation n

The New Hampshire Charitable Foundation n Paine Family Trust n Preston S. and Barbara J. Parish Foundation n Pine Haven Foundation Trust The Poetry Foundation The Rakich Family Charitable Foundation Mary C. Rohr Revocable Trust The Charles Schwab & Co. Inc. & Subsidiaries Schwab Charitable Fund n Sheffield Foundation n Starkey Foundation STS Foundation n The T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving TIAA Charitable Toocap Foundation United Way of Central Maryland United Way of Rhode Island The van Otterloo Family Foundation n Vanguard Charitable The Wallace Family Foundation Wells Fargo Philanthropy Fund Wen Foundation, Inc. n Tom Wilson Foundation Inc. Wurster Family Foundation n

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES American International Group, Inc. Apple Inc. Bank of America Charitable Foundation n Barings LLC Benevity MG Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Black Rock, Inc. BNY Mellon Corporation's Community Partnership Deutsche Bank The Dorsey & Whitney Foundation n Fidelity Foundation Matching Gifts To Education GE Foundation n Goldman, Sachs & Company n Google Matching Gift Program Grantham, Mayo, van Otterloo & Co. LLC MFS Investment Management Matching Gift Program Millennium Pharmaceuticals Patagonia Piper Jaffray & Co.

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PNC Foundation The Prudential Foundation Raytheon Company Red Wing Shoe Company Foundation n Scopia Capital LLC Shell Oil Company Foundation State Street Foundation, Inc. Travelers Companies, Inc. Unum Group Voya Foundation Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program


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Thank You

VOLUNTEERS Holderness School gratefully acknowledges the many volunteers who play a key role in strengthening our community. Their dedication and commitment is inspiring, and we are stronger because of them.

CLASS AGENTS Buster Welch '59 Cush Andrews '59 Gerry Shyavitz '60 John Holley '61 Mark Shub '61 David Hagerman '63 George Textor '63 George LeBoutillier '63 Jim Ricker '64 Doug Griswold '66 Jon Norton '70 Peter Prime '70 Chris Latham '72 Tim Scott '73 Walter Malmquist '74 Jay Butler '75 John Putnam '75 Tim Quinn '76 Bob Garrison '76 Rob Bacon '77 Margo (Farley) Woodall '78 Hratch Astarjian '79

Miles Glascock '82 Burgie Howard '82 Joe Barbour '84 Angus Christie '85 Lee (Fuller) Lawrason '86 Tim Lesko '87 Alex MacCormick '88 Anne (Blair) Hudak '93 Lindsay (Dewar) Fontana '93 Schuyler Perry '93 Ginny (Kingman) Schreiber '93 Ramey Harris-Tatar '94 Liz Hogan '94 Nick Kaulbach '96 Darren Moore '99 Heidi Webb '00 Liz Norton '01 Nick Payeur '03 Neal Frei '03 Dave Campbell '04 Kathleen (Crane) Mitchell '05 Emily Sampson '05 Anders Nordblom '06

Tory Hayssen '06 Ben Trook '06 Kourtney (Brim) Martin '07 Stephen Martin '07 Baird (Meem) Anderson '08 Gretchen Hyslip '08 Jake Manoukian '09 Mark Finnegan '10 Elise (Steiner) Hacker '10 Jamie McNulty '11 Cecily Cushman '11 Steph Symecko '12 Emily Clifford '15 Henry Hall '16 Sam Mason '17 Brooke Hayes '17 Nick Grammas '18 Ben Jerome '18

CLASS CORRESPONDENTS Bill Briggs '47 Rik Clark '48 Bill Baskin '49

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Frank Hammond '50 Al Teele '52 Berton Chillson '54 Dick Meyer '56 Frederick Ellison '57 Bill Biddle '58 Brooke Thomas '58 Jerry Ashworth '59 Gerry Shyavitz '60 David Hagerman '63 Sandy Alexander '64 Terry Jacobs '65 Peter Janney '66 John Pfeif le '67 John Coles '68 Jon Porter '69 Peter Weiner '70 Roger Clarkson '71 Dwight Shepard '72 Dick Conant '73 Walter Malmquist '74 Mac Jackson '75 Charlie Bolling '76 Biff Gentsch '76 Peter Grant '77 Luther Turmelle '78 Hratch Astarjian '79 Greg White '80 Bill Baskin '81 Chris Pesek '82 Jane (Randolph) Jensen '83 Fred Ludtke '84 Jean-Louis Trombetta '85 Chris Zak '86 Kathryn (Lubrano) Robinson '87 Alex MacCormick '88 Steve Walker '88 Jen (Murphy) Robison '89 Nina (Cook) Silitch '90 Kelly (Mullen) Wieser '92 Lindsay (Dewar) Fontana '93 Sam Bass '94 Ramey Harris-Tatar '94 John Farnsworth '95 Heather (Pierce) Roy '96 Putney (Haley) Wendell '97 Brooke (Aronson) McCreedy '99 Sully Sullivan '00 Karyn (Hoepp) Jennings '01 Adam Lavallee '01 Sophie Moeller '01 Betsy Pantazelos '02 Neal Frei '03 Nick Payeur '03

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Ryan McManus '04 Brie (Keefe) Healy '05 Annie Hanson '07 Baird (Meem) Anderson '08 Jessi White '08 Meg McNulty '09 Allison Stride '09 Abby Alexander '10 Ashleigh Boulton '10 Elise (Steiner) Hacker '10 John McCoy '10 Em Pettengill '10 Cecily Cushman '11 Amanda Engelhardt '11 Sam Macomber '11 Jamie McNulty '11 Matthew Kinney '12 Alex Leininger '12 Kristina Micalizzi '12 Steph Symecko '12 Kelly DiNapoli '13 CoCo Clemens '14 Tess O’Brien '14 Sam Paine '14 Garrett Phillips '14 Elizabeth Powell '14 Stephen Wilk '14 Hope Heffernan '15 Elizabeth Johansson '17

Jim Jung '98 Dew Wallace '98 Tara (Walker) Hamer '98 Nick Payeur '03 Neal Frei '03 Jay Connolly '03 Brenna Fox '03 Baird (Meem) Anderson '08 Annie Carney '08 Gretchen Hyslip '08 Greg Ramey '08 Jessi White '08 Kelly DiNapoli '13 Jesse Ross '13 Macy Jones '13

REUNION COMMITTEE

DAY OF GIVING EVENTS

Rik Clark '48 George Textor '63 David Hagerman '63 George LeBoutillier '63 Tom McIlvain '63 Morgan Nields '63 Steve Wales '63 John Coles '68 Jim Stearns '68 Stan Theodoredis '73 Tim Scott '73 Dick Conant '73 Margo (Farley) Woodall '78 Scott Sirles '78 Luther Turmelle '78 Will Northrop '88 Alex MacCormick '88 Chris Stewart '88 Steve Walker '88 Anne (Blair) Hudak '93 Lindsay (Dewar) Fontana '93 Schuyler Perry '93 Hacker Burr '98

BOSTON, MA Chase Brooks '10 Mark Finnegan '79 Elise (Steiner) Hacker '10

EVENT HOSTS Chris '75 P '08 and Karen Dempsey Carney Carolyn '87 and Woody Cullen P '17 Kathy and Bob Cunha P '16 '19 Tracy McCoy Gillette '89 P '19 Joanie and Bob Hall P '13 '16 Bev LaFoley P '90 '95 '96 Emily '88 and Kurt Magnus P '17 '20 Will '71 and Julie Parish Robin and Phil Peck P '08 '09 Tom '75 and Tracy Phillips P '11 '14 Sue and Bernie Pucker Andy '79 and Tisha Sawyer P '18 '20 '21

BURLINGTON, VT Liz Hogan '94 DENVER, CO Anna (Lockwood) Kelly '03 NEW YORK, NY Baird (Meem) Anderson '08 Greg Ramey '08 Tim Regan '08 SAN FRANCISCO, CA Lauren Frei '05 Ariana Nicolay '04 WASHINGTON, DC Tizzy Brown '10 Kristina Micalizzi '12


2019 REUNION SAVE THE DATE

MAY 31-JUNE 2, 2019 ▪▪We will be celebrating class years ending in 4 and 9, but all alumni are invited.

▪▪We will have kid-friendly activities during our Saturday night celebration dinner.

▪▪Dorm rooms will be available for anyone wishing to spend the night.

▪▪Your reunion volunteer will be in touch soon with details.

▪▪All events will take place on campus.

▪▪Register now at www.holderness.org/reunion


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