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HORIZON A publication of the WSU Foundation for supporters of Wichita State University. For change of address or other information about Horizon, please call (316) 978-3040 or write WSU Foundation, 1845 Fairmount St., Wichita, KS 67260-0002. Editor: Belinda Venters Designer: Jim Blanchat Photographers: David Dinell, Lori Linenberger, Erin O’Donnell contributing photographers Contributing Writers: Lori Linenberger For a list of WSU Foundation staff, please visit our website at Wichita State University does not discriminate in its programs and activities on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation, marital status, political affiliation, status as a veteran or disability. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies: Director, Office of Equal Employment Opportunity, Wichita State University, 1845 Fairmount, Wichita KS 67260-0205; telephone (316) 978-6791. Produced by University Relations 10/12


Memorials New memorials were established or existing funds were selected in honor of the following deceased friends of Wichita State through the WSU Foundation between April 1 and June 30, 2012. To contribute, please contact Cindy McVicar, WSU Foundation administrative assistant to the vice president for planned and annual giving, at (316) 978-3809 or cindy. Roland Banks Roland Banks Memorial Fund Norman C. Whitcomb ’39 Norman Whitcomb Memorial Fund Clayton H. Shaw ’77, ’91 Clayton H. Shaw Physician Assistant Student Society Fellowship James D. “Dean” Rickman J. Dean Rickman Scholarship Chaz Michael Parrott Chaz Michael Parrott Memorial Fund

Society of 1895 These individuals were named to the Society of 1895 between April 1 and June 30, 2012, by establishing a deferred gift through the WSU Foundation. To become a member, please contact Michael Lamb, WSU Foundation vice president for planned and annual giving, at (316) 978-3804 or R. Larry Beamer & Deborah G. Haynes ’76 Maureen M. Frey ’91, ’00 Capt. Roger L. McClure ’67 Audrey McGrath Jennifer R. Morrow ’01 Stan and Rosalind ’64, ’72, ’78 Scudder

Ramey will teach several weeks each semester. About 25 to 30 WSU graduate Sam Ramey, the premier and undergraduate students will operatic bass-baritone of the 20th have one-on-one time with Ramey century and the most recorded and close to 100 students will opera singer in history, is now benefit from his erudition in group sharing his musical expertise with settings per semester. Ramey’s vocal students at Wichita State. responsibilities will include private Ramey is the recipient of the WSU coaching sessions, graduate Guest Artist Fellowship in Opera, seminars, voice studio master a position that is funded entirely classes and directing one concert through private support. in the spring. He may attend opera To date, six donors have rehearsals to help students with stepped forward to help establish role preparation. the fund: Mickey Armstrong, Bill “This is going to be an and Dorothy Cohen, George and enhancement of the student Brenda Farha, Anita Jones, Dennis experience at WSU incomparable Sam Ramey ’68 is the recipient of the WSU and Ann Ross, and WSU Music to any other because very rarely Guest Artist Fellowship in Opera, a privately Associates, a pooled donor fund do students have the opportunity funded position. that provides educational and to work with someone at the top cultural opportunities for students who was literally in their shoes in the WSU School of Music. The at one time,” said Rodney Miller, donors have contributed enough to cover the first few years, dean of the WSU College of Fine Arts. but more money will be needed to fund the proposed five Ramey, who grew up in Colby, Kan., singing bass in the year plan. Methodist Church choir, graduated from Wichita State “When a world-renowned opera singer contacts his alma in 1968 with a Bachelor of Music in music performance. mater and expresses that he wishes to be engaged with our He established the Samuel Ramey Opera Fellowship students, we want to find a way to bring him here,” said at WSU in 1994. Ramey is a life member of the WSU Elizabeth King, president and CEO of the WSU Foundation. Alumni Association, from which he received the Alumni “Equal to Sam reaching out to WSU is having donors who Achievement Award, and is a member of the WSU understand what a coup it is for our students, who will gain Foundation President’s Club. invaluable knowledge from studying under such a master teacher. “With diminished state dollars, the only way Wichita To ensure Sam Ramey will be able to continue teaching at Wichita State, please contact Diana Gordon, WSU Foundation State can provide enhancements such as this is through director of development for the College of Fine Arts, at private support.” (316) 978-7307 or Ramey’s first session ran Sept. 24-Oct. 5. For spring semester, he will be here Jan. 28-Feb. 9 and March 4-16.


Largest attendance at this year’s WSU Retirement Coffee More than 170 attendees at the WSU Retirement Coffee on Sept. 4 were welcomed by James Rhatigan, consultant for the WSU Foundation and the WSU Alumni Association. He expressed his appreciation for the largest turnout in the history of the event. “Our first meeting was a luncheon in 1967,” Rhatigan said, “involving 22 retirees. It followed the president’s opening convocation for faculty and gave retired faculty a longer time together. It has continued ever since. I am so happy to see so many of you here today reuniting and continuing your friendships formed at Wichita State.” WSU President John Bardo spoke of the excitement he and

his wife, Deborah, who also was in attendance, are experiencing about being back. “We came back because the university is special, the city is special and both have great potential,” he said. He discussed his five areas of interest for the future of WSU and thanked the attendees for their positive contributions to the university during their time here. “We want to continue the emphasis that you placed on building a great university — that’s the direction we want to go.” Rhatigan entertained the audience with stories of humorous things that happened during his 30plus years in student life at WSU.

Dr. James Rhatigan shares a laugh with Maurice and Jeanine Pfannestiel as they arrive at the 2012 Retirement Coffee on Sept. 4. Maurice is associate professor emeritus of economics.


“Our first meeting was a luncheon in 1967,” Rhatigan said, “involving 22 retirees."

Russian cellist and WSU freshman, Maria Begacheva, performed accompanied by pianist K.C. Graham, who played on the Yamaha grand piano, a new addition to the Marcus Welcome Center thanks to donors Sue '68 and James '73 Janson. Begacheva is considered to be one of the finest cellists ever to attend the College of Fine Arts. She is a scholarship student of Leonid Shukayev of the St. Petersburg String Quartet at WSU and a recipient of a scholarship from the Abercrombie Scholars Endowed Fund. Begacheva is majoring in cello performance.

David Farnsworth, professor emeritus of political science, and Orpha Duell, professor emeritus of administration, counseling, education and school psychology, enjoy their visit at the Sept. 4 Retirement Coffee.

A lifeline for single moms

The Turner Family Scholarship helps single mothers get their college degrees

“I’m very well aware that a single mother has a lot harder road to travel.”

those two years and I took out very few student loans. I was able to devote myself to the two most important things in my life, my children and my education.” That’s exactly the kind of difference Turner wanted to make when she established the scholarship in 2007. As a licensed clinical marriage and family therapist, she sees the hardships single mothers often encounter. “I’m very well aware that a single mother has a lot harder road to travel, especially having to juggle work, family, school,” says Turner, who provides counseling in her job at Pathway Church and as a volunteer at Rhonda Turner Grace Med Health Clinic. “Having a family is a wonderful thing, but the additional responsibility Jennifer Muehlebach knows that with a college education, she’ll be able makes it so much harder for a young woman to to provide better futures for Lucy, 12, and Sam, 6. She received the Turner attend college and really focus on her education.” Family Endowed Scholarship for two years at Wichita State. Turner graduated cum laude from Wichita State in 1975, earning a bachelor’s degree in elementary education. She is married to Jeff Turner, CEO of Spirit AeroSystems, and she serves as a board member for A lot happened in Jennifer Muehlebach’s life five years Wichita Children’s Home. She dedicated a portion of her ago. Her marriage of nine years ended in divorce, leaving salary to support the scholarship for single mothers. her with two young children to raise. And she decided to go “I value education and I especially see the need for back to college. single mothers to be able to provide for their families in a “I knew my kids would be going to college someday, and better way through education,” Turner says. I had no way to pay for that without a college education of Muehlebach intends to seek a career as an audiologist my own,” she said. “I knew I would have a more fulfilling after graduate school. job and career by having a college degree.” “I graduated with a 3.7 GPA after starting with a 2.1 Though nervous about the prospect of trying to get a GPA,” she says of her time as an undergraduate. “I was degree while working and raising Lucy, now 12, and Sam, able to do that because I didn’t have to work. And because now 6, she took the plunge and enrolled at Wichita State. of my good grades, I was able to pursue my doctorate. Last year, Muehlebach graduated with a bachelor’s degree Now, when I tell my kids that education is important, they in communication sciences and disorders. Now she’s know what I mean. They see it themselves.” pursuing a clinical doctorate in audiology. She’s certain she wouldn’t be where she is today without receiving the Turner Family Endowed Scholarship If you would like to establish a scholarship for deserving students, for two years in a row, established by Rhonda Turner to please contact Terre Johnson, WSU Foundation vice president for help single mothers attend college. major gifts, at (316) 978-3808 or “I would say it changed the course of my education and my life,” Muehlebach says. “I didn’t have to work during 3

Getting to know First Lady Deborah and WSU President John Bardo This is the last installment of a three-part series with WSU President John Bardo. To read the full answers to these questions and others, please go to the online version of the Fall Horizon on our website at wichita. edu/foundation.

How will you help WSU foster more innovation and creativity? I differentiate creativity and innovation and I see creativity as the base on which innovation occurs. Innovation, in my mind, is the realization of creativity in a way that makes a difference. Universities that encourage creativity and innovation focus on creating a culture that both values and rewards these activities. I am going to be working with the

Faculty Senate, the deans and others to see what we can do to promote and reward innovation within the WSU context. For example, I have great interest in creating a “Skunk Works” to allow small clusters of faculty to explore new ways of teaching that promote both student learning and student satisfaction on the one hand and containing costs per FTE student on the other. (A Skunk Works is a term of art that designates an entity that is given freedom to experiment without all of the normal organizational constraints.) There are some very interesting innovations that involve public-private partnerships and the development of new campus models.

WSU President John Bardo visits with Mike Lamb, WSU Foundation vice president for planned and annual giving, and Diana Gordon, WSU Foundation director of development for the College of Fine Arts, before the WSU Foundation’s annual retreat at which Bardo was the first speaker of the day, sharing his vision for WSU. 4


"Deborah is interested in helping children recognize that they, too, can get an education and create better lives for themselves and their families."

I will encourage collaboration across disciplines and colleges and will try to work with the faculty, staff and administration to find ways to reduce bureaucratic impediments to such collaboration and to reward those who are willing to find new ways to teach, study and learn that enhance creative, logical and finally, innovative, actions.

increasingly central to the future of the communities they serve. Public universities are the “people’s universities” and therefore it is important to address the people’s educational needs and interests.

Why is it important to you to create a steering committee of campus and community representatives and what do you hope to learn?

Fundraising works when there is a match between the donors’ interests and the direction of the university. The planning process will clarify for us both what we will emphasize and where we have the greatest needs. This will help us develop fundraising priorities and look at how we approach fundraising over the next five to 10 years.

Public universities like WSU were developed to serve the needs of the people of the various states. These needs have changed over time and universities have become

WSU President John Bardo and First Lady Deborah enjoy visiting with former staff and faculty at the 2012 Retirement Coffee hosted by James Rhatigan, WSU Foundation and WSU Alumni Association consultant, on Sept. 4 at the Marcus Welcome Center.

How will this committee help guide future fundraising priorities?

What specific interests does Mrs. Bardo have regarding campus issues and activities? I think that you will find that Deborah is a very informal person who enjoys hosting people in our home and interacting with students. She grew up in Wichita. Her father worked at Cessna and her mother worked as a teacher’s aide. She understands the importance of this university to the people of the region and she is interested in helping children recognize that they, too, can get an education and create better lives for themselves and their families. You are likely to see her volunteering in a school, helping with a bake sale or adopting a WSU student who just needs a campus mom.

Three Wallace scholars pose for a photograph with President John and First Lady Deborah Bardo at the Wallace Scholars Picnic on Sept. 5 at the president’s home.

The Kansas Board of Regents and the Faculty, Staff, Students and Alumni of Wichita State University cordially request the honor of your presence at the

Inauguration of John W. Bardo, Ph.D. as the Thirteenth President of the University on Friday, the Twelfth of October Two Thousand Twelve Two O’Clock in the afternoon Eugene M. Hughes Metropolitan Complex 5015 East Twenty-Ninth Street North Wichita, Kansas Reception immediately following

President John Bardo chats with Liz Quinn, a WSU student who served on the presidential search committee, at the 2012 Convocation Aug. 28 in Koch Arena.


Fine finales and perfect progress Dear Shocker Nation, Last year I talked about the many fundraising initiatives that were launched. This year, I’m proud to report on their successes! Staff and students have moved into the new Advanced Education in General Dentistry building on North Oliver Street and in addition to the learning that’s going on, community members are reaping the benefits of having professional-level students available to perform dental services. The Promise for the Future planned giving campaign celebrated meeting its goal of documenting

FY12 Honor Roll of Donors Fairmount Society The Fairmount Society is Wichita State University’s most distinguished support group. The Fairmount Society Lifetime Achievement Members, those whose total outright giving exceeds $1 million, is the university’s top tier of donors. The Lifetime Distinction level was created in 2011 to recognize donors giving $500,000 to $999,999 during their lifetimes. Lifetime membership in the Fairmount Society is extended to those contributing $200,000 to $499,999 in a lifetime. Annual members gave a minimum of $20,000 during fiscal year 2012. Fairmount Society members are included in the President’s Club. Associate status is given to corporations, businesses and foundations. Fairmount Society Lifetime Achievement Members Mildred Abercrombie Mickey Armstrong Patsy Barton Joan Beren Elgeva I. Bomhoff Estate and H. Russell Bomhoff Dan & Gayla Carney Tom & Myra Devlin Barry & Paula Downing Joan Eck Bob & Maura Geist Sam & Jacque Kouri Howard & Rose Marcus Charley Oswald 6

*deceased during FY12

100 new legacy gifts to help secure the future of Wichita State. The Rhatigan Renewal is in full swing with completion scheduled for 2014, including the new Shirley Beggs Ballroom plus many more exciting features. The Rhatigan Student Center will truly be the renewed treasure of the campus. And, the Miró mosaic has been removed and is being prepared for re-installation in 2016. In this extended issue of the Fall Horizon, we are pleased to acknowledge the loyal donors who have joined other representatives of the Fairmount Society

Lee Riley Dan & Kate Taylor Velma Wallace Fairmount Society Lifetime Achievement Associates AT&T W. Frank Barton Trust Sam & Rie Bloomfield Foundation The Boeing Company Bombardier Learjet Inc. Cerebral Palsy Research Foundation of Kansas Cessna Aircraft Company Cessna Foundation Inc. Cisco Systems Inc. Delta Dental of Kansas Delta Dental of Kansas Foundation William Graham Charitable Trust IBM Corporation Intrust Bank of Wichita Kansas Health Foundation John S. & James L. Knight Foundation Koch Industries Inc. Pepsi Beverages Company Preferred Health Systems Inc. Wichita Community Foundation Fairmount Society Lifetime Distinction Members George & Virginia Ablah Craig Barton Hap Bledsoe Steve & Becky Clark Bill & Dorothy Cohen Jamie & Kimberly Coulter Jean Garvey Curt Gridley & Tracy Hoover

Dee & Joan Hubbard Fran & Geri Jabara Emylou Keith William Levine & Diana Kitch Charles & Liz Koch Jim & Lorraine Mann Shannon Michaud Dean Rickman* Les & Susie Rudd Barry & Cindy Schwan Ralph & Sue Vautravers Donald Walenta Kathleen Walsh Klee & Jennifer Watchous Fairmount Society Lifetime Distinction Associates Virginia H. Farah Foundation Meritrust Credit Union Oral Health Kansas Inc. Spirit AeroSystems Inc. Via Christi Health Wesley Medical Center Flossie E. West Memorial Trust Wichita Symphony Society K.T. Wiedemann Foundation Inc. Fairmount Society Life Members Jerry & Jan Aaron Buck & Gladys Alley Bob & Darlene Anderson Thornton Anderson Jean Angle Bill & Donna Ard Patty Arst Marvin & Barbara Autry Bob & Sharon Bailey Peter Bakwin

and the President’s Club during fiscal year 2012, which ran from July 1, 2011, through June 30, 2012. Coming later this fall, all members entering our giving clubs during fiscal year 2012 will be recognized in the WSU Foundation annual report, which will be found on our website at wichita. edu/foundation. Look for an email announcing its arrival. Thank you for each and every gift you’ve made to ensure a quality education for everyone at Wichita State. It is so rewarding to stop and celebrate the many achievements you have helped us obtain. But it is difficult to linger because of

Don & Lora Barry Larry Beamer & Debbie Haynes Don & Shirley Beggs Allen Boge Jeanette Bolene Max Bolene David Bradbury Benjamin Breeding Jon & Kelly Callen Frank & Janie Carney Zenda Carney Georgia Chandler Diane Cline Eleanor Clinton Sheldon & Kathy Coleman Sue Cressler Mont & Georgia Draper Dennis & Orpha Duell Les & Pam Eck Dee Anne Fahnestock George & Brenda Farha Dana Fleming Larry Fleming Dan Foley J. Larry & Dana Fugate Justus Fugate Thomas & Kyle Futo Jody & Stella Galichia Kathy Galichia Shirley Garvey Vee Gordon Andy & Leah Gore Dot Hauck Brian & Joy Heinrichs Jim* & Sally Hershberger Jeri Hinkle Larree Jackman Randy & Shirley Johnson *deceased during FY12

our excitement as we look forward to the vision of and new opportunities with WSU President Bardo. Please join us as we continue to have an impact on today and make a difference in the future. With Shocker pride,

Elizabeth H. King President & CEO WSU Foundation

Anita Jones Ruby Kaelson-Pike True & Elizabeth Knowles Ronn & Linda Lytle Ron & Barbara Mann Jerry & Dale Marcus Tom & Nancy Martin Phil May John & Barbara McCune Marie Miles Bill & Shelly Moore John & Kay Morse David & Janet Murfin Howard & Lana Nordyke Bill & Mary Lynn Oliver John & Renee Osborne Barbara Osborne Stev Overstreet Marge Page Ron & Claudia Perelman Geney Reed Dennis & Ann Ross Edwin Sawan Don & Susana Sbarra Bob Schutte Jack See Carolyn Skaer Jo Ann Skillett Dick Smith & Sondra Langel Grant Stannard Nadine Stannard Don & Lynn Stephan Paul & Pegi Stephenson Steven & Lisa Sutherland Linda Tyler Ken & Louise Wagnon Bob & Patricia White John White

Fairmount Society Life Associates Allen Gibbs & Houlik LC Ametek Inc. Bank of America BG Products Inc. Bradbury Company Inc. S.M. & L.H. Brown Charitable Trust Buckley Industries Inc. Capitol Federal Foundation Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation Clark Real Estate & Investment Company Coleman Company Inc. Coleman Foundation Inc. Commerce Bank N A (Wichita) Conco Inc. Cornejo & Sons Inc. Cox Communications Davis-Moore Auto Group Electromech Technologies Elmo Lodge of Perfection Emprise Bank Gordon W. Evans Charitable Trust Fahnestock Plumbing HVAC & Electric Fidelity Bank Fidelity Bank Charities Fleeson Gooing Coulson & Kitch Goebel Family - Star Lumber Foundation Grant Thornton LLP Dane G. Hansen Foundation Frank & Betty Hedrick Foundation House of Schwan Fran Jabara Family Foundation Walter S. & Evan C. Jones Testamentary Trust Kansas Scottish Rite Foundation Fred C. & Mary R. Koch Foundation LSI Corporation Midwest Corporate Aviation Inc. 7

Major Gift Highlights The WSU Foundation received $15,000 or more from these individuals, corporations, foundations and estates between April 1 and June 30, 2012. The projects funded are listed with their names. We appreciate their contributions.

Bob and Darlene ’72 Anderson – Bob and Darlene Anderson Accelerated Nursing Scholarship – Robert and Darlene Anderson Endowed Fellowship – Bob and Darlene Anderson Endowed Spirit Squad Scholarship – Bob and Darlene Anderson Heskett Center Fitness Support Fund – Bob and Darlene Anderson Lifeguard Scholarship – Bob and Darlene Anderson Strike’em Out Endowed Baseball Scholarship – Bob and Darlene Anderson Track Scholarship – Diana Anderson Endowed Medical Technology Scholarship – Shocker Golden Girls The Bernard Osher Foundation – Osher Reentry Scholarship Doug and Nancy Blackman – Gift-in-kind – Athletics – Shocker Athletic Student Organization Sam & Rie Bloomfield Foundation – Bloomfield Foundation Faculty Fellow in Business – Connisour Series – Sam Bloomfield Chair – Sustainable Engineered Systems Michael and Linda Boyd – Athletic Unrestricted – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization – Ulrich Museum Operating Fund Bradbury Company Inc. – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Capitol Federal Foundation – Capitol Federal Savings Scholarship Dan ’53 & ’04 and Gayla Carney – Dharma Desilva Scholarship or Professorship in International Business – Roger D. and Irene Lowe Endowed Scholarship – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Bruce and Sarah ’77 & ’09 Cooper – Athletic Unrestricted Fund – Champions Club – Eck Stadium Skyboxes – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Cornejo & Sons Inc. – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization


Midwest Plastics Supply Inc. Victor Murdock Foundation Murfin Drilling Company National Plastics Color Inc. Oatman Family Charitable Fund Pizza Hut Inc. Rand Graphics Inc. Price R. & Flora A. Reid Foundation Rudd Foundation Rusty Eck Ford Inc. SBC Communications Inc. Standard Beverage Corporation George E. & Blanche Sterling ScholarshipTrust Sullivan Higdon & Sink Inc. Toyota USA Foundation Walter Morris Companies Westar Energy Wichita Area Association of Realtors Wichita Eagle Wichita Scottish Rite Charitable Trust Fairmount Society Annual Members Jerry & Jan Aaron Phillip Allen Kenneth & Gladys Alley Bob & Darlene Anderson Thornton Anderson Bill & Donna Ard Mickey Armstrong Craig Barton Larry Beamer & Debbie Haynes Mike Beatty & Mary Nell Beatty Don & Shirley Beggs Joan Beren Fred & Sue Berry Doug & Nancy Blackman Casey & Abbie Blake Allen Boge Elgeva I. Bomhoff Estate & H. Russell Bomhoff Britt & Lynn Brown Timothy & Gail Buckley Dan & Gayla Carney Steve & Becky Clark Diane Cline Bill & Dorothy Cohen Jerry & Catherine Cohlmia Herbert & Yvonne Coin Bruce & Sarah Cooper Edwin & Carolyn Cooper Todd & Margaret Dechant Tom & Myra Devlin Denis & Shirley Dieker Barry & Paula Downing Les & Pam Eck Steve & Regine Feilmeier Jack Focht & Gloria Farha Flentje Hugh Forrest* & Pat Hockett Steven & Peggy Frankamp Thomas & Kyle Futo *deceased during FY12

Mike & Cindy Gatewood Bob & Maura Geist Curt Gridley & Tracy Hoover Merle & Harriet Harris Shehzad Hazan Brian & Joy Heinrichs Mike & Linda Howell Kenneth & Michelle Hush Richard & Sharon Iorio Randy & Shirley Johnson Anita Jones Don & Elizabeth King Charles & Liz Koch Clinton & Julie Koker Sam & Jacque Kouri John Kready & Betty Troutman Nelson & Bette Ladd Todd & Julie Lair Ed & Marguerite Lincoln Bill & Debra Lucas Ron & Barbara Mann Phil May John & Barbara McCune Richard & Ashlie McKay Brian McNeil & Teresa Fowler-McNeil Shannon Michaud Christopher Moeller Bill & Shelly Moore John & Kay Morse David & Terri Moses David & Janet Murfin Brenton Myers Lynn & Sherry Nichols Steve & Kim Packebush Martin & Donna Perline Justin Perri Geney Reed Kent & Denise Richards Lee Riley Michael Rips Les & Susie Rudd Phillip & Aleksandra Ruffin Edwin Sawan Barry & Cindy Schwan Darryl & Kathryn Smette Dick Smith & Sondra Langel Larry & Nicki Soice Jay & Debbie Storey Jim & Barb Stucky Jim & Elizabeth Summers Dan & Kate Taylor Kim Taylor Jeff & Rhonda Turner Ralph & Sue Vautravers Velma Wallace Klee & Jennifer Watchous Norman Whitcomb* & Frankie Gassert

Fairmount Society Annual Associates Ashley Furniture Home Store Sam & Rie Bloomfield Foundation Bomhoff Enterprises LC Marlene M. Brown Living Trust S.M. & L.H. Brown Charitable Trust Buckley Industries Inc. The Butler Group Capitol Federal Foundation Cessna Aircraft Company Coleman Foundation Inc. Coventry Health Care Cox Communications Delta Dental of Kansas IM Dorman Charitable Trust Electromech Technologies Emprise Bank Exacta Aerospace Inc. Gwendolyn Fell Estate Fox & Hound Restaurant Group Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation Frank & Betty Hedrick Foundation House of Schwan Howard & Helmer Architecture IMA Financial Group Inc. Intrust Bank of Wichita L. Richard Iorio Revocable Trust Kansas Health Foundation Eugene Kaufman Estate John S. & James L. Knight Foundation The Lattner Family Foundation Mel Hambelton Ford Inc. Meritrust Credit Union MGH Consulting Inc. Midwest Plastics Supply Inc. Moeller Dermatology Mosby Lincoln Foundation MTS Systems Corporation Murfin Drilling Company The Bernard Osher Foundation Pepsi Beverages Company PH Property LLC Preferred Health Systems Inc. Promo Depot Inc. Relmax Inc. Ronald S. Saks Charitable Foundation Richard D. Smith Revocable Trust Sonus-USA Inc. Spirit AeroSystems Inc. Star Lumber & Supply Company Textron Charitable Trust Via Christi Health Lois K. Walls Foundation Trust Wichita Community Foundation Wichita Scottish Rite Charitable Trust K.T. Wiedemann Foundation Inc. Yingling Aircraft Inc.

*deceased during FY12

President’s Club Lifetime membership is extended to donors contributing $100,000 to $199,999 in a lifetime. Annual members gave $3,500 to $19,999 during fiscal year 2012. Associate status is given to corporations, businesses and foundations. President's Club Life Members David Aguilera Phillip Allen Alex Ammar & Pamela Clancy Ammar Dave & Susie Anderson Larry & Sally Arbuckle Joan Armstrong Shane & Becky Bayless Mike & Mary Nell Beatty Robert & Jeannie Becker Bill & Patty Bennett Louise Beren Marian Beren Fred & Sue Berry Hank Betzer Doug & Nancy Blackman Murry & Diane Blackwelder Casey & Abbie Blake Jerry Blue Dick Boushka Joan Boushka James & Corkey Boyd Bill Bradshaw Mary Brammer Stan & Sue Brannan Ken & Sherrie Brasted Charlotte Brown Ronald & Jerry Brown Charles Brungardt Janet Buckley Timothy & Gail Buckley Bob & Martha Buford W.H. Burch Edward Burns Mike & Kathy Burrus Martin & Jennie Bush Wilson & Roz Cadman Earl & Karol Callison Merleyn Calvin Joe & Diana Carter Beverly Cash Betty Christian Kevin & Andrea Clark Jerry & Catherine Cohlmia Linda Constable Ray & Elaine Cook Mary Cooms Bruce & Sarah Cooper Josephine Cornejo Paul & Mary Jane Curry Dick & Mary Dameron

Major Gift Highlights Delta Dental of Kansas – Advanced Education in General Dentistry Operations Fund – Men’s Basketball Margin of Excellence – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Frankie Gassert – Norman C. Whitcomb MBA Fellowship Shelli Herman ’88 – Shelli Herman Leadership and Achievement Scholarship Howard & Helmer Architecture – Gift-in-kind - General - Buildings and Improvements for Rhatigan Student Center Renovation Kenneth and Michelle Hush – BESA-Coleman Tennis Complex – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Mike ’71 and Mary James – Rhatigan Student Center Renovation Charles and Liz Koch – Coach’s Club – Men’s Basketball – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Lois K. Walls Foundation Trust – Edwin A. Ulrich Annual Exhibition Fund Mann Family Foundation – Claude E. Mann Endowed Scholarship in Business – Elaine O. Mann Endowed Scholarship in Liberal Arts and Sciences – Men’s Basketball Margin of Excellence Bill ’74 and Shelly Moore – Bill and Shelly Moore Faculty Fellow in Business Insurance Fund – Football ’70 Memorial Scholarship – Rhatigan Student Center Renovation – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Mel Hambelton Ford Inc. – Gift-in-kind – General - Scholarship – Mel Hambelton Endowed Scholarship MGH Consulting Inc. – Champion’s Club – I.C.A.A. – Men’s Basketball Margin of Excellence – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact – Coach’s Club - Men’s Basketball – Current Unrestricted Fund Murfin Drilling Company – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization The Nelson S. Ladd Trust – Nelson S. Ladd Physics Scholarship Pepsi Beverages Company – Gift-in-kind - Athletics & Current - General or Unrestricted


Major Gift Highlights Relmax Inc. – St. Petersburg String Quartet Support Ronald S. Saks Charitable Foundation – LMI Aerospace Inc. Engineering Scholarship S.M. & L.H. Brown Charitable Trust – Miró Conservation Campaign Fund Edwin Sawan – Maha Maggie Sawan Fellowship for International Students Sullivan Higdon & Sink Inc. – Sullivan Higdon & Sink Faculty Fellow/ Integrated Marketing Communication – Sullivan Higdon & Sink Scholarship/ Fellowship for Advertising Copywriting Via Christi Health – Advanced Education in General Dentistry Building Fund – Evelyn Hendren Cassat Clinic General Fund – Voice Study Abroad Program Velma L. Wallace – Donald L. Beggs Hall – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Dan ’67 and Kate Taylor – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization – Shocker Golden Girls Klee ’01 and Jennifer Watchous – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Chris White – Shocker Athletic Scholarship Organization Wichita Community Foundation – Advanced Education in General Dentistry Building Fund


Bill Darling Mike & Sammie Dart Jack & Marilyn DeBoer Larry & Linda Detienne Denis & Shirley Dieker Thomas & Jill Docking Larry Doskocil Darren & Krystal Dreifort Martin & Melodee Eby Eric Engstrom Charles Evenson Leilah Farha Alan & Sharon Fearey Ed & Kathryn Field Jack Focht & Gloria Farha Flentje Hugh Forrest* & Pat Hockett Steven & Peggy Frankamp Joan Fromm Larry & Jan Frutiger Ramona Gambone Gary Gamm Ann Garvey John & Jinny Garvey Marc & Sheri Gorges Vincent & Iveagh Gott Michael & Jacquelyn Grant Putnam & Rhoda Haddox Bradford Hall Milton & Cathy Hall Sam & Vivian Hardage L.C.* & Connie Harmon Paul & Carolyn Harrison Wink & Libba Hartman Gary & Marilyn Hay Mary Herrin Al & Judy Higdon Wayne & Pat* Hilburn Beverly Hoover Charlotte Howard Robert* & Connie Howard Robert & Joanne Howard Orvie Howell Lois Hubbard Bob & Laurie Hughey Jay Hull Jo Hurley Barbara Huston Richard & Sharon Iorio Anna Belle Johnson Bud & Pat Johnson Dave & Billie Johnson Gary Jost & Janet Cusick Jost Sheldon & Janice Kamen Bob & Marjorie Kantor Fritz & Phyllis Kessler Don & Elizabeth King Randy King Delmar & Mary Klocke Herb & Kathy Krumsick Todd & Julie Lair *deceased during FY12

Marvin & Sheila Lampton Bob & Carolyn Langenwalter Gwen Lightner Joe & Sharon Lin Bob & Joan Long John & Diane Lovitt Roger & Irene Lowe Leon & Karen Lungwitz Tony & Miriam Madrigal Roger & Shirley Mason Garald & Karen McDougall Jane McHugh JoAnn McKinley Elbie & Phyllis McNeil Margaret Merrell Gus & Marilyn Messigner Jayne Milburn Ken & Paula Miller Nancy Millett David & Rynthia Mitchell Christopher Moeller David & Terri Moses Betty Mull Betty Murfin John & Elsie Naftzger Eric & Tracy Namee Phil & Sharon Neff Edward & Sandra Neustadter Bernie & Alberta Nichols Joe & Barbara Norton Paul Nye David & Laverna Nygaard Robert & Ann O'Bleness Godwin & Margaret Opara Ken & Marilyn Pauly Larry Payne Douglas & Diane Penner Martin & Donna Perline Bruce & Connie Peterman Sherry Phillips Mike & Susan Pompeo Will & Kristin Price Shane & Kianne Prill Sam & Lindsey Ramey Jim & Beverly Rhatigan Kent & Denise Richards Barbara Ritchie Scott & Carol Ritchie Diane Roberts Jim Robinson Hal & Mary Ross Pat & Betty Rowley Phillip & Aleksandra Ruffin Marie Sampson Sue Sandberg Colby Sandlian Genevieve Sandlian Fred & Toba Schnyder Larry & Carol Schoenfeld Bruce & Linda Schreck

Bill & Jennifer Scofield Stan & Rosalind Scudder C.W. & Dixie* Sebits Chris Shank & Anna Anderson Dwayne & Dottie Shannon Kent & Marty Shawver Jack & Pat Shelton Bob Shields & Deborah Brian Donald Siedhoff & Ruthanne TimmSiedhoff Les & Carolyn Sims Vaughn & Paticia Sink Don & Judith Slawson Darryl & Kathryn Smette Dean & Rebecca Smith Wendell & Jan Smith Stephen & Ann Starch Paul & Cynthia Stein Mary Sternberg Mike Steven James & Ann Stevens Johnny & Margie Stevens Marni Stevens Jay & Debbie Storey Irmgard Street Jim & Barb Stucky Leonard & Betty Sullivan Ronald & Coralyn Summers Gilbert Tatman Frances Trapp Jeff & Rhonda Turner Lee Underhill David Urie & Patricia Ames-Urie Byrne & Rebecca Vickers Susan Vickers Richard & Sue Volk Jewell Walcher Jake & Donna* Waller Alan & Roberta Whetzel Chris White Dale & Alice Wiggins Howard Wilkins Jr. Carol Wilson Floyd Wilson Patsy Wisdom Doug & Sheryl Wohlford Larry & Kelly Womack President's Club Life Associates Advanced Orthopaedic Associates American Honda Foundation The Annie Foundation, Ann E. Garvey Associated Integrated Marketing S.O. Beren Foundation Boge Iron & Metal Co. Inc. Boyer Educational Trust Marlene M. Brown Living Trust Charitable Foundation Inc. Chisholm Enterprises Inc. Coleman Employees Community Fund *deceased during FY12

ConocoPhillips Consolidated Investment Group Coonrod & Associates Construction Company Coulter Enterprises Cloud L. Cray Foundation Delta Gamma Foundation Don Hattan Chevrolet Dondlinger & Sons Construction Doskocil Family Foundation Martin K. Eby Construction Company Electric Power Research Institute Ernst & Young Exacta Aerospace Inc. Foulston Siefkin LLP Fox & Hound Restaurant Group Fugate Enterprises Galichia Medical Group PA Gannett Foundation Garvey Inc. General Distributors Inc. Arthur W. Gibson Trust Glickman Oil Company Gorges & Company Haddock Computer Centers Heartspring Professor Fran & Geri Jabara Fund For Education Inc. Kamen Inc. Kansas Association of Realtors Kansas Cultural Trust Kessler Foundation Inc. KPMG Peat Marwick Foundation KSNW TV KWCH TV Lampton Welding Supply Co. Inc. The Lattner Family Foundation The Law Company Lease Finance Partners Madrigal & Welch Insurance Company Martin Pringle Oliver Wallace & Bauer LLP Eugene & Roberta Marts Living Trust Maverick Development Corporation Media Source Inc. Medical Society of Sedgwick County Metal-Fab Inc. Mid-Kansas Jewish Federation Inc. Midwest Grain Products Lewis & Selma Miller Trust Fund Misco Charitable Trust Mitchell & Richards CPA's Moeller Dermatology Morris Laing Evans Brock & Kennedy MTS Systems Corporation National Multiple Sclerosis Society Oneok Foundation Inc. Page Foundation Pizza Hut of America Inc. Presser Foundation The Print Source Inc.

Printing Inc. Range Oil Company Ethel & Raymond Rice Foundation Ritchie Corporation Rock Island Studios Inc. Ronald McDonald Children's Charities Rose Hill Bank Paul Ross Charitable Foundation Safelite Glass Corporation SBC Foundation Schaefer Johnson Cox Frey Architecture Sheplers Inc. Slawson Companies Inc. Soroptimist International of Wichita Southwest National Bank Star Lumber & Supply Company Stephan Advertising Agency Inc. Steven Motor Group Tallgrass Country Club TGT Petroleum Corporation Transtecs Corporation Trio Machine Inc. Tri-Valley Community Foundation UBS Financial Services Inc. Lee D. Underhill Trust United Methodist Health Ministry Fund United Way of the Plains Lois K. Walls Foundation Trust Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts Wheeler Kelly & Hagny Investment Co. Wichita Business Journal Williams Companies Foundation Inc. World Trade Council of Wichita Inc. President’s Club Annual Members Carlos & Julie-Ellen Acosta Mary Alderton Dan Alefs & Paula Feist Alefs Paul & Rachel Allen Alex Ammar & Pamela Clancy Ammar Lindy Andeel Dave & Susie Anderson Les* & Nancy Anderson Larry & Sally Arbuckle David & Shelley Armagost Gary Armstrong Marvin & Barbara Autry Ted & Marcia Ayres Steven Bahm Bob & Sharon Bailey Charles & Sue Bair Wilbur & Billie Baird Don & Lora Barry Clark & Sharon Bastian Shane & Becky Bayless Adam & Ellen Beren Marijean Berg Dave & Carolyn Blakemore Daniel & Mary Blasi 11

Daniel Blick Craig & Marilyn Boehning Don & Dianne Bolain Steve & Kris Boleski Emily Bonavia Tom & Christine Borrego Michael & Linda Boyd David Bradbury Bill Bradshaw John & Nancy Brammer Douglas & Linda Brantner Bill & Susie Braun Leon & Sandra Breedlove Jean Brickell Bruce & Dixie Bridges Charlotte Brown John & Sue Brown Ronald & Jerry Brown

Paul & Sarah Cheatum John & Deanna Chenoweth Robert & Dawn Chisholm Kevin & Andrea Clark Charlie & Cindy Claycomb Fred & Myrna Clayton James & Beth Cocca Brent & Michelle Coffman Jerry & Catherine Cohlmia Steve & Missy Cohlmia Jeannette Coldiron Harold & Lynda Connell Gary & Nancy Conover Josh Cooper Terry & Julie Cornett Jamie & Kimberly Coulter Bill Cox Bob Crager

WSU Foundation staff serving free hotdogs to students on Aug. 22 during 2012 Welcomefest. This is the fourth year staff have participated, cooking and serving hotdogs as a way to welcome students and staff back to school. Ronald & Patty Brown Wayne & Clarice Brown Chris Brunner & Sonia Greteman David & Marty Bryan Stephen Bryant Bob & Martha Buford Ellen Burmeister Mike & Kathy Burrus Richard & Mary Burton Dennis & Debie Bush Wilson & Roz Cadman Jon & Kelly Callen Richard & Debra Campbell Rigby & Mary Carey John & Cindy Carnahan Frank & Janie Carney Tom Carson & Dana Buckwalter Bob & Pat Cather Ed & Maria Cero Mary Jane Chambers Mehdi & Linda Charmchizadeh Larry & Libby Charvat 12 *deceased during FY12

Art & Teresa Craig Kerry & Merci Crisp Jim Crowe Lloyd & Della Curtis Dick & Mary Dameron Bill Darling Bradley & Erin Dart Mike & Sammie Dart Terry Davis Gary & Amy Decker Jeff & Kelley Degraffenreid Victor Delano Robert & Bette DeMayo Dharma & Deema deSilva Larry & Linda Detienne Ron & Christine DeWeese Richard & Kim Dinkel Mike & Diane Dixon Brian & Emily Docking Thomas & Jill Docking William & Betty Drees Kevin & Tracey Dreiling

Patrick Duegaw & Elizabeth Stevenson Tony & Cathy Durano Les & Pam Eck Brian & Leslie Eidem Randall & Margaret Ellenz Chris & Sandra Elliott Larry & Jean Elliott Phillip Enegren & Linda Weir-Enegren Eric Engstrom Terry Evans Victor & Junetta Everett Donna Ewing Jay & Kristen Ewy Michael Fahey Dee Anne Fahnestock George & Brenda Farha Leilah Farha Alan & Sharon Fearey John & M. Katherine Felter Ed & Kathryn Field JoAnne Finn Robert & Kay Finn Matt Flesher & Amber Norris Roy & Robbie Freund Joan Fromm Larry & Janis Frutiger Justus Fugate Jody & Stella Galichia Shirley Garvey Bud & Toni Gates Aleta Gile James & Ruth Gillespie Donald Girrens Bill & Kathy Glasco Corinne Glaves Jim & Marcia Goentzel Glen & Celia Goering Marc & Sheri Gorges Dennis & Jelene Grady Michael & Jacquelyn Grant Bryan & Darcie Green James & Carolyn Grier Dawson & Patty Grimsley Allan & Heather Grohe Gregory & Phyllis Guinn Daniel & Angela Gutierrez Bob & Maribeth Gutschenritter Larry & Melia Gutzmer Stanley & Judith Guyer Larry & Tina Hacker Peter & Kimala Hagan Milton & Cathy Hall Bill & Pam Hamrick Joseph & Stacy Hand Carl & Pamala Hanna Bryan & Cindy Hanning Gary & Debbie Hardman James Harris & Patricia Wyatt-Harris Kelly & Tanja Harrison Paul & Carolyn Harrison

Dot Hauck Brent Haynes Edward & Helen Healy Christopher & Susan Hearn James & Pamela Hedden Mark & Deb Heidebrecht Lou & Terry Heldman Douglas & Janie Hensler Shelli Herman Mary Herrin Richard & Vicky Hiebsch Al & Judy Higdon Edward Hill Bryan & Steph Hills Klaus & Michelle Hoffmann Jack Hollingsworth Martin Holmer & Jo Moore Ann Homburger Pat Hommertzheim Dick Honeyman & Bonnie Bing Honeyman Marilee Hopkins Daniel & Martha Housholder Alan & Barbara Howarter Jerry Howell & Joan Loehr Bob & Laurie Hughey Gil Hurley Jo Hurley Gene & Jo Ann Hutto Mark & Mary Hutton Rex & Denise Irwin Michael Isaacs & Lauri Wedel-Isaacs Dave Jabara Mike & Mary James James & Sue Janson Dave Johnson David & Gayle Johnson Jeff & Corey Johnson Jeff & Kendra Johnson Joe Johnson Kenneth & Sharon Johnson Bud & Pat Johnson Gary Jost & Janet Cusick Jost Mel & Joan Kahn Andrew & Phyllis Kasowski Jay & Sandra Keener Fritz & Phyllis Kessler Donald & Marilyn Killian Richard & Jackie Kincaid Robert* & Pamela Kirtley Delmar & Mary Klocke True & Elizabeth Knowles Ivan & Martha Knudsen Pat Ann Konecny Elise Kopczick Herb & Kathy Krumsick Howard & Diane Lachenmayr Marvin & Sheila Lampton Shawn & Shawna Lancelot Mike & Karen Lanning Clifton & Vickie Larison *deceased during FY12

Derry & Kay Larson John & Dorothy Leeker Elliot & Chonci Lekawa J.V. & Karen Lentell Lance & Della Lickteig Edward & Kimberly Lind David & Carole Lindblade Ed & Sara Lomax Paul & Rebecca Longsworth Ed & April Lucas Michaela Luethye Nolan & Vicki Luke Leon & Karen Lungwitz Tony & Miriam Madrigal Christopher & Michelle Majors Dale & Debbie Maltbie Jerry & Dale Marcus Howard & Rose Marcus Jon & Sheryl Markwell Belinda Marner Gregg & Lynn Marshall Jerry Martin Tom & Nancy Martin Bob & Barbara McCalla Mark & Carolyn McGinn Ernee McGuire Verlon & Julia McKay Brad & Phyllis McKibbin Brian McLeod Larry & Marilyn Meeker Eric & Denise Melgren Denise Meredith Mike & Dee Michaelis Jayne Milburn Randall & Lynette Miller Belden & Anna Mills David & Rynthia Mitchell Michael & Carol Molz Stephen Moore Rich & Shirley Mosher Ihssane Mounir J.D. & Kathy Munley Eric & Tracy Namee Phil & Sharon Neff Roger & Verna Nelson Bernie & Alberta Nichols Byron Nordhus & Marilee Drouhard Howard & Lana Nordyke Joe & Barbara Norton David & Laverna Nygaard Max & Debra Ogden Bill & Mary Lynn Oliver Nick & Susan Onofrio Godwin & Margaret Opara John & Renee Osborne Richard Overby Stev Overstreet Dwight & Patricia Oxley Ed & Renee Pack Marge Page

Pam Palmer Gary & Karman Parker Mark & Stacy Parkinson Dan Peare Jack & Rose Pelton Roger & Louise Pendergraft Fred Perkins Jerry & Cheryl Peterie J.B. Peters & Deanna O'Rourke Randy & Alisa Phillips Sherry Phillips George Platt Ed & Deb Plopa Harry Pollak Anthony Pollock Mike & Susan Pompeo Kirk Postier Pam Postier Joe & Sue Poston Shane & Kianne Prill Lucynda Raben Sid & Madeline Raile Robert & Sharol Rasberry Bob Richardson Scott & Carol Ritchie Dale & Cindy Roach Richard & Kelly Roberts Steven & Vera Robl Steven Rospond William & Darinda Rupp Charlie & Gloria Russell David & Susan Saidian Joaquin & Margaret Santos Craig & Stacy Schmidt Rick & Cheryl Schoepf Roger & Jaki Scholfield Bruce & Linda Schreck Bob Schutte Bob & Nancy Schwan Bill & Jennifer Scofield Greg & Janalee Seiwert Joe Self Tony & Christine Sementelli Eric & Kathy Sexton Dan & Toni Shadid Al & Donna Shank Chris Shank & Anna Anderson Ken & Janet Shannon Gerald & Beverly Shea Bob Shields & Deborah Brian Craig Schultz Donald Siedhoff & Ruthanne TimmSiedhoff Dolores Siggs William & Connie Simcox Bill & Cathy Simon Ronald & Debbie Sinclair Jo Ann Skillett John & Kathleen Slaymaker Agness Smeltzer 13

Craig & Christy Smith Dean & Rebecca Smith Jay & Debbie Smith Joyce Smith Wendell & Jan Smith Mel* & Kay Snyder David & Natalie Sollo Devin Stahl Grant Stannard Nadine Stannard Stephen & Ann Starch Ron & Lee Starkel Glenn Steele Darrel & Sylvia Steinshouer Don & Lynn Stephan George Stephenson Paul & Pegi Stephenson Rodney Steven Johnny & Margie Stevens Keith & Georgia Stevens Marni Stevens David & Deanna Strohm James & Judy Stroot Leonard & Betty Sullivan Ronald & Coralyn Summers Steven & Lisa Sutherland Sean & Natalie Tarbell Thompson & Juanita Tate Barbara Thompson & Jim Magner Ricky & Kaffy Totten Bob Town John Tush & Cindy Bernauer Randy & Mary Underwood LeRoy & Trish Unruh John & Kathleen Van Saun William & Carrie Van Sickle Paula Varner Joe & Becky Verbeckmoes Debra Vielock Marc & Deborah Vincent John & Gail Wadsworth Dan & Marilyn Waller Steve & DeAun Warfield Tim & Kim Watt Tony & Sherl Weatherbee Linus Weimer Candace Wells Alan & Roberta Whetzel Chris White Bill & Pat Wilhelm Brian Wilhite Dick & Carol Will Dudley & Mary Williams Carol Wilson Dick & Annie Wilson John & Kathy Wilson Mark & Loretto Winkler Doug & Sheryl Wohlford Larry & Kelly Womack Doug Wurth 14

*deceased during FY12

Doug & Denise Yoder Mike Young Don & Kay Ziegler President’s Club Annual Associates A M Plumbing Inc. ACM Removal Inc. Advanced Orthopaedic Associates Advanced Pain Medicine Associates PA Aero-Mach Labs Inc. Airbus North America Engineering Inc. Allen Gibbs & Houlik LC Andeel Holding LLC John T. Arnold Associates Inc. Aspen Traders LTD Automation-Plus Inc. B & B Lumber Company Inc. Bank of America Bank of America Foundation Bank of Kansas Barton Charitable Foundation Inc. Benchmark Real Estate Group LLC BG Products Inc. BGM Sports Marketing LLC Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Kansas BMG of Kansas Inc. The Boeing Company Boge Iron & Metal Co. Inc. Bombardier Learjet Inc. Boyer Educational Trust Bradbury Company Inc. Brand Plumbing Inc. Burgess Manufacturing of Oklahoma W. & R. Cadman Charitable Trust Capps Manufacturing Inc. Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation Naomi Carpenter Trust Carrington at Cherry Creek G.P. & W. Inc. dba Center Oil Company Central Steel Inc. Cero's Candy Shoppe CG Post Charitable Foundation Inc. Clear Channel Radio Cloverdale Farms Jerry Cohlmia Investments Color Impressions Inc. Commerce Bank N A (Wichita) Commerce Brokerage Inc. Conco Inc. Connoisseur Media Wichita Construction Services Bryant Inc. E.L. Cord Foundation Cornejo & Sons Inc. Cotillion Ballroom Courtyard by Marriott Darling International Inc. Decker Electric Decorator & Craft Corporation Ditch Witch of Kansas

Dixon Energy Inc. Docuplex Printing Don Hattan Chevrolet Dondlinger & Sons Construction Donovan Auto & Truck Center Doonan Truck & Equipment Inc. Drywall Perfections Inc. Emergency Services PA Entercom Wichita (103.7) Equity Bank Gordon W. Evans Charitable Trust Gerald K. Ewy Irrevocable Trust Fahnestock Plumbing HVAC & Electric Virginia H. Farah Foundation Fidelity Bank Foulston Siefkin LLP Fox/UPN Friends University Galichia Heart Hospital Jean K. Garvey Revocable Trust Gates Enterprises General Distributors Inc. Genesis Health Clubs Arthur W. Gibson Trust GLMV Architecture Goebel Family - Star Lumber Foundation Gorges & Company Grant Thornton LLP Greteman Group GT Midwest Gutschenritter & Johnson LLC Halstead Bank Hammel Scale Co. Inc. The Hand Center Hanna Heating & Air Conditioning Harder Family Practice Hardman & Howell Benefits Heartland Friends Meeting High Touch Inc. Hiland Dairy Co. Hinkle Law Firm LLC Howard's Optical Dispensary Hutton Construction Company Hyatt Regency-Wichita IMA Foundation ImageQUEST Jacob Liquor Exchange LLC Jajo Inc. Bud Johnson & Associates Inc. K B Properties of Kansas LLC Kansas Leadership Center Kansas Medical Center LLC Kansas Scottish Rite Foundation Kansas Society of CPA's Educational Foundation Kansas Surgery & Recovery Center Kice Industries Inc. King Construction Co. Inc. Kitchen Place Inc. Koch Companies Public Sector LLC

Fred C. & Mary R. Koch Foundation KWCH TV L & J Oil Properties Inc. Lakepoint Nursing Center Lampton Welding Supply Co. Inc. Larson & Company PA Law Kingdon Inc. Lease Finance Partners Leeker's Family Foods Lewis Street Glass Company Inc. LS Industries Inc. LTC Inc. Lubbers Chevrolet Inc. Lucinda's Lyndon's M6 Concrete Accessories Madrigal & Welch Insurance Company March Oil Company Martin Pringle Oliver Wallace & Bauer LLP Mastholm Asset Management LLC Maxus Properties McCormick-Armstrong Company John Roger McCoy Revocable Trust Media Source Inc. Metro Xpress Mid America News Network Mid-States Supply of Kansas Midwest Corporate Aviation Inc. Midwest Hearing Aids Inc. Midwest Single Source Inc. Miracle Signs Missouri Valley Conference Mitchell & Richards CPA's MKEC Engineering Consultants Mobile Home Living Inc. Mojack Distributors LLC Morris Laing Evans Brock & Kennedy MOVN USA National Philanthropic Trust National Plastics Color Inc. Nelson Inc. Newberry Family Motors Newman University - Milton Center Orpheum Performing Arts Centre LTD Orthopedic & Sports Medicine At Cypress LLC Overhead Door Company Peniston Automotive Peterson Peterson & Goss LC Piping & Equipment Co. Inc. Pizza Hut of Southeast Kansas Prairie Harvest LLC Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America Inc. Presser Foundation S.J. Prill Financial & Investment Planning Inc. The Print Source Inc. Printing Inc. Professional Engineering Consultants PA Benjamin Quapaw Foundation *deceased during FY12

QuikTrip Corporation Rand Graphics Inc. Redrock Canyon Restaurant Management Co. Return To Motion Medical Inc. RGL LLC dba McDonald's Restaurant Rivercross Hospice LLC Robl Construction Inc. Rock Island Studios Inc. Rose Hill Bank Rotek Services Rudd Foundation Rusty Eck Ford Inc. S & S Equipment Co. Inc. S and Y Industries Schaefer Johnson Cox Frey Architecture Schmidt's Welding Supply Scholfield Auto Plaza Scholfield Brothers Pontiac GMC Scholfield Buick GMC

Speece Thorson Capital Group Inc. Standard Beverage Corporation The Stiefel Theatre Stinson Morrison Hecker LLP Stone Family Foundation Stone Masons Inc. Stor-All Sullivan Higdon & Sink Inc. Suzuki of Wichita Taco Shops of Wichita Inc. Tallgrass Corporate Lodging Tallgrass Country Club Tect Aerospace Inc. TGT Petroleum Corporation Thomas Transfer Corporation TMH Hotels Inc. Toni D's Inc. Tony's Drywall Inc. Transtecs Corporation Trinity Sales and Rental LLC

Sandy Goentzel, assistant director of prospect research for the WSU Foundation, helped hand out T-shirts during the 2012 Convocation on Aug. 28 at Koch Arena.

Scholfield Honda Scholfield Hyundai Scholfield Supercenter West Securenet Alarms Inc. Security 1st Title Joe Self Chevrolet Dwayne & Dottie Shannon Family Foundation Shep Chevrolet Slape & Howard Chartered SLCA LLC Snodgrass Construction Co. Inc. The Snyder Family Trust Sollo Vineyards LLC Sonic South Central Kansas Education Service Center Southeast Family Health Care Southwest National Bank Spangenberg Phillips Tice Architecture

Trio Machine Inc. V. J. Engineering & Technical Services Inc. Verizon Wireless Victoria Falls Vincent Oil Corporation Volunteer Kansas Inc. Volvo Construction Equipment Rents Inc. Walter Morris Companies Washburn Realty LLC Waste Connections Inc. Watermark Books & Cafe J.P. Weigand & Sons Inc. Wichita Business Journal Wichita Eagle Wichita Ob-Gyn Associates PA Wichita Public Library Wilco Inc. Zenith Drilling Corporation Ziegler Electric Service Inc. 15

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