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If you visit a Swedish campus or clinic today, you won’t notice anything materially different about the experience. You’ll still get the same expert care, advanced resources, professionalism and personal attention you’ve come to expect from Swedish. But behind the scenes, a profound change is taking place that will transform the way we deliver health care. We’re working hard to provide a local solution to the nation’s health-care crisis. As the new chief executive of Swedish, I want to take a moment to introduce myself and offer a preview of the dramatic transformation occurring in our organization. Our affiliation with Providence Health & Services became effective on February 1, and we have already begun working together to rapidly improve health-care quality, access and affordability in Western Washington. As part of the restructuring, our previous CEO, Rod Hochman, M.D., has taken on a new role at Providence. He is now a group president, overseeing key functions across Providence’s five-state network, including clinical quality and physician services. Rod will also have accountability over Providence’s Oregon and Washington operations and will remain closely involved in activities at Swedish. I am honored to have the Swedish leadership baton passed on to me and look forward to picking up where Rod left off. To share some of my background, I have 25 years of experience in health-care administration and have worked in every type of health-care delivery model, including a multi-state network, rural health care and a for-profit HMO. The most rewarding experience, however, has been spending the last 12 years of my career at Swedish. I joined the organization in 2000 and have worked in a variety of capacities, including serving as vice president of Swedish’s medical group, chief strategy officer, and chief administrative officer for Swedish’s Ballard, Issaquah, Mill Creek and Redmond campuses. Over the last five years, Swedish has taken a number of steps to better serve our growing region. Through our new locations on the Eastside and Northend, we have worked to create a regional delivery network that allows us to provide as much care as possible in local communities, while offering the back-up of our highly sub-specialized resources in downtown Seattle. Our focus now is to make sure all our locations are extremely well-managed and continue to provide the highest quality care to our patients. Through our partnership with Providence, we have extended that network from Centralia to Seattle to Everett, and we’ll be able to share resources and expertise to increase access to services in local communities throughout our region, while improving the level of clinical quality and driving down the cost of health care. Given the economy and the challenges facing health care, engaging the community in our nonprofit mission is vital to our success. In 2011, Swedish received over $19.8 million in gifts from the community, bringing the total raised to over $92 million in support of the $100 million Campaign for Swedish. It takes a village to ensure our region has access to high-quality, affordable health care, and we can’t thank you enough for your generous philanthropic support. On behalf of the Swedish Senior Leadership Team, the Swedish Community Board and our Foundation Board of Governors, thank you for your commitment to Swedish. We couldn’t do it without you. Warmest regards,

Kevin Brown Chief Executive

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EDITOR Lindsay Hopkins DESIGNER Angela Bogdanovich Turk FEATURE WRITER Jennifer Schaefer CONTRIBUTING Colleen Bromen WRITERS Kalei Combs Tom Gibbon Mary Hackett Gaynor Hills Bob Hinck Shilo Jones Kate Purcell Randy Mann


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Swedish opens new Cerebrovascular Center Combining education, research, and clinical care, the new Center at Swedish/Cherry Hill ensures the best outcomes for patients

Adding to the family Swedish’s sixth daVinci robot, located at Swedish/Edmonds, brings robotic-assisted surgery to patients in the north Seattle and south Snohomish communities

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Legacy Partner spotlight Longtime friend of Swedish establishes a charitable gift annuity

By the numbers 2011 Foundation financial results Swedish MS patient Bernadette Couch works with physical therapist Kim Kobata during a recent appointment at the Swedish MS Center. Page 6

A Seattle couple shares their story and highlights the important role the new Swedish MS Center will play in their lives

ON THE COVER MS patients Sven and Bernadette Couch will benefit from the new Swedish MS Center. Read their story beginning on page 6. Cover photo by Rosanne Olson Welcome to Swedish Medical Center’s IMPACT magazine. This publication is designed to provide you with the latest information about Swedish services and events, health care and medical topics, and the activities of the Swedish Medical Center Foundation and its supporters. IMPACT is published as a community service by Swedish Medical Center. Any questions or comments may be addressed to Lindsay Hopkins, editor, Swedish Medical Center, 747 Broadway, Seattle, WA 98122-4307.

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Swedish opens Cerebrovascular Center on Cherry Hill campus New Center integrates education, research and clinical care to ensure best outcomes for patients.


he diagnosis and manthat has been designed for their agement of cerebrovascomfort and convenience,” says cular disorders such as William Likosky, M.D., medical brain aneurysms, vascular tudirector for Stroke and TeleStroke. mors and stroke, can require The Center’s James Tower loa complex assortment of specation is within close proximity cialty evaluations and testing. to state-of-the-art SNI facilities With this in mind, Swedish and technologies, including neuNeuroscience Institute (SNI) rerological operating rooms, a cently opened a new Cerebroneuro intensive care unit, and vascular Center at the Swedish/ the Swedish Radiosurgery Center Cherry Hill campus. — the only facility in the North“In this one location, SNI west to offer both CyberKnife and has consolidated its existing adGamma Knife® — both nonvanced diagnostics and interven- David Newell, M.D., cerebrovascular neurosurgeon and chief of invasive technologies used to tional therapeutics, as well as Neuroscience, examines a patient. Click here to watch Dr. Newell treat brain disorders. the newest generation of tech- explain the advantages of choosing Swedish to treat brain aneurysms. Integrating clinical care, research nology,” says David Newell, M.D., cere- is a critical element in delivering care that and education brovascular neurosurgeon and chief of is coordinated and in sync with the paNeuroscience. “The Center also features tient’s overall medical needs. The use of The confluence of highly-trained prothe expertise of a care team that includes Epic, Swedish’s electronic medical record viders, advanced technologies and upcerebrovascular neurosurgeons, vascular system, helps ensure seamless coordina- dated facilities in and around the Cereneurologists, neuroendovascular and tion of each patient’s care. brovascular Center make it possible to radiosurgical specialists, neuroradioloThe Center is also home to the Stroke integrate research and education into gists, neurohospitalists, and advanced Clinic, which provides numerous neuro- clinical care — helping ensure the Center’s practitioners who are trained to evaluate vascular procedures and services, includ- experts are always at the leading-edge of and treat cerebrovascular disorders.” ing diagnostic testing for clotting disorder their discipline. SNI’s clinical researchers investigate or cerebral ischemia, medication selecLeveraging unique SNI resources for tion, patient and family counseling and the safety and effectiveness of new drugs patient-focused convenience education, and non-pharmaceutical and medical devices, as well as new apThe new Center brings the necessary approaches to vascular risk reduction. proaches to care. This gives patients access specialists to the patient to evaluate, col“This Cerebrovascular Center offers to investigational therapies that are unavaillaborate and present all possible treat- patients the expertise of a team of highly able outside of a research environment and ment options. Collaboration — both within skilled specialists and the most advanced may not be available anywhere else in Swedish and with referring physicians — technology — all within an environment Washington state or the Northwest. i

Make an impact Swedish Medical Center Foundation is seeking contributions to expand the range of patient treatment, support and educational offerings available at the new Cerebrovascular Center. Consider making a gift that will: – Advance research to develop safer treatment options for cerebrovascular disorders – Create comprehensive support groups for patients and caregivers – Build a resource library to educate patients about conditions and treatments For more information about supporting the new Cerebrovascular Center, please contact Randy Mann, senior director, Campaign, at (206) 386-6791 or 2

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Dan Dixon, vice president of External Affairs, addresses the crowd at the dental clinic opening reception.

Swedish introduces new specialty dental clinic Volunteer dentists and community supporters make new program possible.


ccess to specialty dental care for the uninsured and underinsured in our community took a significant step forward with the recent opening of the Swedish Community Specialty Clinic dental program, the first of its kind in the Puget Sound area. Oral health services have become less available to low-income individuals since the state funding of adult Medicaid dental programs was cut in January 2011. The cuts have also affected dental-care access for developmentally disabled and elderly populations. These reductions have led to an increase in hospital visits, as severe dental pain is among the top five reasons underserved patients utilize the emergency room. The innovative Swedish Community Specialty Clinic (SCSC) opened in September 2010 as part of Swedish’s more than 100 year commitment to providing excellent medical care to all in need, regardless of their ability to pay. The SCSC offers services including orthopedics, dermatology, cardiology, gynecology, neurology, occupational therapy, podiatry and many others. Adding a dental pro-

gram was a natural next step for the SCSC. In collaboration with Seattle Special Care Dentistry and Project Access Northwest, Swedish installed three new procedure areas, fully equipped for specialty-care services, within the SCSC. The dental clinic, which saw its first patient in September 2011, is designed as a referral-based service for patients who are at or below 200 percent of poverty level. Patients are referred by clinics within the Swedish system, and Project Access Northwest manages the individual cases. Swedish estimates some 30 volunteer dental professionals will see up to 450 patients in the first year of the clinic’s operation. As many as 60 volunteer dentists and oral surgeons will treat up to 1,000 patients in its second year. The initial focus of the clinic is difficult tooth extractions, with plans to include endodontic and periodontal services in the future. According to Dan Dixon, vice president of External Affairs, there are four goals to the program: To provide a collaborative, clinical environment that will enable participating dentists to identify and remove

badly decayed teeth before they become acutely infected and life threatening; to create a valuable resource for the local underserved population, where they can recieve high-quality specialty care; to inspire dental residents and fellow dental professionals to volunteer their services by providing an ideal atmosphere for their participation; and to reduce unnecessary and repeated visits to emergency rooms. i Swedish gratefully acknowledges support from the Washington Dental Service Foundation, Seattle King County Dental Foundation, Burkhart Dental Supply, Epic Systems Corporation, and the Pacific Hospital Preservation & Development Authority, whose gifts have supported Swedish Community Specialty Clinic, construction and outfitting of the dental procedure rooms, as well as daily clinic operations. Additionally, Swedish would like to thank individuals in our community who have made generous gifts to the SCSC and/or the dental program, including Dr. and Mrs. Rod and Nancy Hochman and Yvonne Belshaw. For more information about supporting the SCSC, please contact Becca Kelly, senior director, major gifts, at (206) 386-2138 or w w w. s w e d i s h f o u n d a t i o n . o r g


Caring for our youngest patients Swedish expands its Child Life program to the Issaquah campus.


hospital stay can be a frightening experience for anyone, units that raise awareness of children’s unique needs, and implebut for a child, the fast pace, bright lights, and unfamil- menting grief interventions as needed. In addition, they train iar sounds can be especially intimidating. To help our youngest and manage a volunteer staff to support programs such as Art patients feel more comfortable during a hospital visit, Swedish Therapy, Pet Therapy, and other activities. “The Issaquah campus services a significant population of has a team of Child Life Specialists at its First Hill campus who young families, and Swedish felt it was important to offer Child Life work to reduce the impact of stressful or traumatic events on inservices on the Eastside. We aim to provide the best pediatric care fants, children, youth and families. Now, thanks to a very generpossible at all ous leadership gift Swedish campuses from Sammamish and are excited to resident Mary have a full-time Pigott, this critiCCLS to help not cal service will be only children, but expanded to the their families navSwedish/Issaquah igate through their campus in early experience,” says 2012. Evi Feltus. Mary Certified Child Pigott’s generous Life Specialists gift will be used (CCLS) are trained to bring a permato provide emonent, experienced tional and psychoCertified Child logical support for Life Specialist to young patients who develop and impleare dealing with serment the program ious medical issues at the Issaquah in a hospital setting, campus. particularly in the “I was drawn surgical, inpatient, to this project and emergency because when a departments. To child is facing a accomplish this, a Child Life Specialists like Evi Feltus utilize age-appropriate techniques to reduce the impact of stressful challenging mediCCLS will supply pediatric patients or traumatic events on infants, children, youth and families. Here, she demonstrates how an oxygen mask cal issue, it’s hard works using a doll. on everybody: with age-approprimost especially on the young patient, but also the siblings, ate information about procedures, medical issues or events that parents, aunts, uncles, grandparents…everyone,” says Mary. the child or their family member is facing. “Considering how many young families live in the Issaquah “Our goal is to ease any negative psycho-social effects of Highlands and Sammamish communities, I believe the estabhospitalization on children and their families through preparation, lishment of a Child Life program is instrumental in allowing education and distraction,” says Evi Feltus, Certified Child Life Specialist. “We explain medical procedures and experiences Swedish to offer the very best care to its pediatric patients.” Community support is critical for the success of this program. through developmentally appropriate terms (including medical Certified Child Life Specialist services, while increasingly recogplay) and advocate for the family’s needs, which lessens anxiety. nized as a valuable tool for addressing children’s unique psychoThe hospital can be quite overwhelming and we aim to help social needs during treatment, are not covered by medical insurchildren build positive coping skills along with bringing some fun ance and cannot be billed to patients. Swedish is very grateful for into their stay with Art Buddies and Pet Partner teams.” Mary’s leadership gift in establishing the Child Life program at They also play an important role in interventions on behalf of Issaquah, helping to ensure a healthy, happy and positive experichildren, including acting as an advocate or serving as a liaison ence for our youngest patients. between families and medical staff, using developmental assessFor more information or to support the Child Life program ments to identify individual children’s fears or needs, providing at Swedish, please contact Ellen Kuo, director, major gifts, at non-pharmacological pain management (such as relaxation or (206) 386-6928 or i guided imagery), coordinating projects and events for the pediatric 4

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Swedish/ Edmonds now offering robotic-assisted surgery to its community Physicians from a variety of specialties are able to utilize this cutting-edge technology. Swedish-affiliated physicians utilize the da Vinci Si HD system robot, which provides surgeons with increased precision and helps improve patient recovery time. Click here to learn more about Swedish’s dynamic Robotic Surgery program, the advantages for patients, and the wide range of conditions that can be treated.


wedish is pleased to announce the than any other robotic-assisted surgical newest addition to its family of program in the region. latest-generation da Vinci Surgical Swedish-affiliated surgeons are using Systems, bringing the total to six the da Vinci Surgical System to perform robots across the nonprofit’s health-care minimally invasive urological, gynecosystem. The new robot, located at the logical and thoracic surgeries for diseases Swedish/Edmonds such as prostate cancampus, will provide cer, kidney cancer, surgeons with more uterine cancer, cerviprecision and dexterity cal cancer, ovarian over existing surgical cancer and lung canapproaches, helping cer, as well as to assist improve patient treatin complex gynement and reduce recologic reconstruccovery time. tion surgeries. They As one of the first are also utilizing the medical centers in the technology to perregion to perform roform bariatric, colobotic-assisted surgery, Swedish/Edmonds is home to the sixth da Vinci rectal, head and neck Swedish is home to the robot in the Swedish system. procedures, as well as fastest growing and most experienced pediatric urology cases. robotic-assisted surgical program in the At Swedish/Edmonds, surgeons are Pacific Northwest. Since the program was using the robotic-assisted system to perestablished in 2005, Swedish-affiliated form minimally invasive urological and surgeons have performed more than gynecological surgeries. Brian Fong, M.D., 4,000 procedures using the multi-spe- a Swedish-affiliated surgeon, performed cialty da Vinci Surgical System, more the first urology case at the Edmonds

campus in November 2011. “The staff at Swedish/Edmonds were well-prepared and effective,” says Dr. Fong, an experienced robotic-assisted surgeon from Western Washington Medical Group. “Because of the team’s abilities, the patient was discharged from the hospital the next day. He experienced minimal pain and made a quick recovery.” “We are pleased to expand Swedish’s network of da Vinci robotic-assisted technology to the south Snohomish County area and look forward to continuing to transform the surgical experience for both patients and surgeons alike,” says David Jaffe, chief executive, Swedish/Edmonds. “We are committed to bringing the most innovative and advanced medical technologies to our community. This is an excellent example of that commitment.” To learn more about how you can support the robotic surgery program at the Swedish/Edmonds campus, please contact Kate Purcell, director, major gifts at (206) 386-3194 or email i w w w. s w e d i s h f o u n d a t i o n . o r g




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Seattle residents Sven and Bernadette Couch, a married couple in their 40s, have many things in common. Both are the third of five kids in their families, and they like to share a laugh over the Comedy Central channel. Both have a passion for the arts and regularly attend St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. They also both suffer from Multiple Sclerosis (MS). And the Swedish MS Center is there for them every step of the way.


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FEATURE Sven and Bernadette (who goes by “Bernie”) each noticed the first symptom of MS — a chronic disease that affects an estimated 400,000 Americans — several years before they met, while engaging in a favorite activity: running.

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For Sven, the initial sign came during his first year as a law student at Syracuse University. “While running with a friend one day, within the first mile, I started seeing double,” remembers the former University of Washington defensive tackle. “I was worried that the double vision could mean a serious brain tumor or neurological disorder.” He made an appointment with an optometrist, who referred him to a neurologist. That doctor administered an MRI brain scan. The next day, on October 5, 1989, Sven was diagnosed with MS. He was 25 years old and devastated. “My father was a physician, and I knew there wasn’t a cure for MS,” he says. “It was tough. People tried to understand, but it’s a very isolating situation.” Bernie’s first indication that she had MS was a feeling of weakness in her left leg while running around Green Lake. “All of a sudden, I was dragging my leg,” says Bernie, then 27 and employed at the Honey Bear Bakery. “At first, it just happened when I ran. I’d start out feeling pretty good, but before long, my left leg would get heavy.” In January 1995, Bernie’s primarycare physician referred her to a neurologist. The doctor gave her an MRI that, like Sven’s, showed she had MS. “When I got the news, my first thought was: ‘I’ll get my muscles strong and work on my stamina, my endurance,’” Bernie says. “I was hopeful I would get better.” Sven and Bernie have spent the years since their diagnoses adjusting to the wide range of symptoms that can come with MS, yet maintaining a positive attitude despite living with a chronic disease. They receive support every step of the way from a team of caregivers at Swedish’s MS Center, which is opening a new, consolidated facility at Cherry Hill in April 2012. The Center’s emphasis is on wellness and helping patients maintain the highest quality of life. The first few years were especially tough, say the Couches. Sven chose to finish law school — a nearimpossible feat, given his worsening symptoms. “The first two years, my symptoms were relatively mild [including double vision, oscillating eye movements and muscle spasms], but the third year was much worse,” he says. That year, walking became extremely difficult, though steroids offered some relief. The

stress of law school exacerbated his condition. “I was so tired, I could barely function,” he recalls. In addition to being troubled by her left leg, which caused difficulty walking, Bernie began struggling with her balance. On the advice of her boss at the bakery, she tried treating her MS with holistic approaches — including a dairy- and wheat- free diet and vitamins — in addition to taking a host of traditional drugs, with varying success. One day at the Honey Bear Bakery in 1996, fate intervened when Bernie and Sven met. Bernie remembers: “My boss said, ‘See that guy over there? That’s Sven, and he also has MS. You should meet him.’ I went to talk to him, and we became good friends.” The couple found they shared many mutual interests, such as a love of comedy shows. “We like to laugh,” says Bernie. “Comedy gives us a break.” Over time, friendship blossomed into love as the couple supported each other in coping with their disease. Bernie has encouraged Sven to use different tools that help him with his mobility, such as a walker and leg braces, both of which she uses — and Sven discovered that “they help a lot.” “When we met, we were both lost,” reflects Sven. “I used to love to ski and hike,” adds Bernie, “but now I can’t ski, I can’t hike. A lot of our friends moved on, because we couldn’t do the things we used to.” “The beauty of finding a partner like Bernie is that we share the same situation and understand what each other is going through,” says Sven. In 2008, the couple exchanged nuptials in a small ceremony at the Salish Lodge near Seattle, surrounded by close friends and family. The Couches have built a life together in which they support each other through the physical trials they face. Sven — a published author of many poems, who has also written his memoir about living with MS — spends his time writing, while Bernie is a skilled watercolor artist. “With MS, you have to go with the flow,” says Bernie. “We’re always looking for ways just to have fun.” Sven and Bernie regularly visit Swedish’s MS Center to monitor and treat their condition. The couple shares the same physician — the Center’s medical director, Jim Bowen, M.D. — and attend a support group together, in which they find comfort through connecting with fellow MS patients. They also benefit from the robust physical therapy program and exercise gym at the Center. While medications and other treatments offer some relief from their symptoms, both Couches still dream of the day researchers find a cure. “Since my diagnosis, I’ve asked the doctors the same question: ‘When is there going to be a cure?’,” says Sven. “Ten years ago, they weren’t

sure. Today, they are far more optimistic. A cure is getting closer, and that’s wonderful.”

About MS The Couches are among 2.5 million people worldwide with MS — an unpredictable disease of the central nervous system that essentially causes the body to attack itself. The disorder damages the myelin, or protective material, that surrounds the nerves, resulting in an interruption or disordering of the transmission of nerve impulses. This “short circuiting” causes symptoms that vary widely from person to person, but often include loss of vision, numbness or tingling, weakness, loss of muscle coordination, fatigue and cognitive impairment. Explains Dr. Bowen: “With MS, a person’s immune system attacks his or her own nervous system. When it attacks, it causes damage to a particular location and to multiple areas over time. MS has more symptoms than any other disease.” Just as symptoms vary, so does the frequency of attacks. While one patient might experience symptoms for a short period and then remain symptom-free for months or even years, another patient may have symptoms that steadily worsen over time. Researchers aren’t sure what causes MS. One theory is that a patient’s white-blood cells, which are meant to fight infection or disease, are misdirected to target and attack the body’s own cells. These attacks are thought to cause inflammation in the central nervous system, which damages the myelin and, ultimately, the nerves. Another theory is that MS develops in genetically susceptible people as a result of an environmental exposure in childhood, perhaps a childhood virus. Researchers do know that some people are more susceptible to MS than others. For example, the disease strikes women three times as often as men and is most common among people of Northern European descent. It’s not entirely clear why, but the Pacific Northwest has one of the highest rates of MS in the world — about 12,000 cases, including about 8,000 cases in Western Washington. This means about 1 out of every 125 people in our community either has the disease, or has a parent, child or sibling with the disease. Doctors think the elevated rate of MS in our area might be due to a combination of genetic predisposition and environmental factors. The disease’s prevalence

here makes having a comprehensive local center specializing in its treatment essential. One of the most disheartening things about MS is that it usually strikes people in their prime — typically between the ages of 20 and 50, with 30 being the average age of diagnosis. “The impact of this disease on society is significant because it hits people during what would otherwise be their peak earning years and at a time when many are involved in building their families,” says Dr. Bowen. The prognosis the newly diagnosed receive can be difficult to hear: Within 10 years of the first symptoms appearing, 50 percent of patients are unable to carry out work or household responsibilities. Within 15 to 20 years, 50 percent of patients are unable to walk unassisted. In addition to suffering from physical and cognitive symptoms, many patients also struggle with anxiety, depression and other emotional issues as a result of their MS. Just as the disorder affects nerves throughout their bodies, it also impacts virtually every aspect of their lives.

Bernadette looks on as Jim Bowen, M.D., medical director of the Swedish MS Center, tests Sven for changes in strength.

Setting the benchmark for MS care Swedish is already a national leader in treating patients with MS. As part of the medical center’s renowned Neuroscience Institute, which was established in 2004, the Swedish MS Center offers a multidisciplinary team of MS-specific caregivers, including neurologists; neuro-ophthalmologists; physiatrists; social workers; a psychologist; a speech therapist; and vocational, physical, occupational and cognitive-rehabilitation therapists. Because of the impact of MS in the Northwest and Swedish’s commitment to serve its community, plans were made for a new, $7.8 million Center, which would be one of the largest of its kind in the nation. Construction on the facility began in November 2011, thanks to a generous outpouring of contributions from the philanthropic community. w w w. s w e d i s h f o u n d a t i o n . o r g


FEATURE Staff and patients alike have been eagerly awaiting the new Center’s April 2012 opening. With the additional space and resources, the number of MS patients treated at Swedish is expected to triple, to 6,000. The new Center — spanning 11,700 squarefeet with complimentary valet service for easy access for those with limited mobility — consolidates many of the services currently offered,

“The Center’s focus on aspects other than medication, including rehabilitation and wellness, provides us with comfort and hope for a better future.” Sven Couch Swedish MS patient

including physical therapy, gym space and educational classes. Before, patients often had to visit multiple locations to fulfill all of their needs. “[At the old Center], many of the components we offered were dispersed throughout the campus, decreasing efficiency and patients’ awareness of what programs were available to help them,” says Dr. Bowen. “Having these com10

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ponents combined under one roof makes it easier to care for patients as an integrated team.” At the new Center, patients have access to: – Nationally recognized MS specialists and providers for diagnostic and clinical care – Exercise and physical-fitness programs – Clinical research and clinical trials participation – Educational resources for patients and families – Psychological, emotional and social support services “Our team cares for and supports the entire person: the physical needs, emotional needs, vocational needs, financial needs, spiritual needs and social needs,” says Dr. Bowen. “The Center is a place to provide care, offer resources and foster community.” According to Dr. Bowen, when most people think of MS, they think of motor dysfunction. But it’s the progressive mental fatigue that often causes the most difficulty. “Cognitive impairment can cause families to be ripped apart, because the person isn’t the person he or she used to be,” says Dr. Bowen. “By far the best way to deal with this is to have the patient work with specialists. Someone with physical challenges needs to see a rehab specialist, someone with personal-relationship problems needs to see a psychologist, someone with work problems needs to see a vocational counselor, and so on.” One of several specialists patients have access to at Swedish is Angeli Mayadev, M.D., an MS-specific rehabilitation physician. “My work focuses on patients’ symptom management,” explains Dr. Mayadev. “With certain patients, we work with them from both a neurological perspective and a rehabilitative perspective. Common physical problems include mobility challenges, leg spasticity and weakness. These problems can be treated with [approaches including] oral medicines, injections and physical therapy. We have a team we work with, including myself, that makes a treatment plan specific to an MS patient’s needs to improve his or her quality of life.” The question the team focuses on answering for each patient, says Dr. Mayadev, is “What can I do to improve my ability to continue doing what I want to do?”

Wellness and research are a focus A highlight of the new Center is an expanded wellness program — one of several services MS patients won’t find elsewhere in the Northwest. “Our MS Center is unique in that it really emphasizes wellness — and by wellness, I mean people’s

ability to live life well, despite having a chronic illness,” says Dr. Bowen. “At Swedish, we believe overall wellness encompasses the physical, mental and social parts of a patient’s life.” The new Center includes a gym that is outfitted with exercise equipment specifically designed for people with MS, including recumbent equipment, power-assist devices, weight-suspended treadmills and electrically stimulated machines. Exercise instruction, including yoga and music-andmovement classes, and nutrition guidance further encourage healthy habits. Additional personalized wellness services include physical and rehabilitative therapy programs, smoking-cessation counseling and classes, and multiple support groups. An outdoor terrace offers not only a peaceful respite space, but a working therapy space with different terrain — including grass, gravel and concrete — allowing patients, protected by safety harnesses, to work on improving their gait. Another important component of the new Center is research. Swedish already has a robust MS research program — the largest in the Pacific Northwest — with researchers currently participating in 24 studies designed to improve the care of people living with MS, including studies investigating new treatments, new methods of diagnosis, better ways of monitoring the disease and new approaches to improve physical function. These efforts can now be expanded, due to the Center’s increased infrastructure dedicated to research, as well as the greater number of patients it will treat. “Research will be fully integrated into the new Center,” says Dr. Bowen, noting that more studies mean more patients will have early access to clinical trials for new, potentially beneficial therapies. Future plans for Swedish’s MS Center include the introduction of a telemedicine program for patients without access to Cherry Hill, and the eventual addition of new staff members, such as additional MS neurologists, a neuro-psychiatrist, an educational specialist and a recreational therapist. According to Dr. Bowen, Swedish currently has three neurologists dedicated to MS, but the new Center might eventually have as many as 10.

A team effort For the Couches, the new MS Center promises to continue offering them what Sven describes as “a balanced approach to our wellness.” He says, “The Center’s focus on aspects other than medication, including rehabilitation and wellness, provides us with comfort and hope for a better future.” The team of caregivers the couple works with at Swedish, adds Bernie, “has become like family.” This sentiment isn’t surprising, given the passion Swedish’s MS team brings to their work. “All of us work hard every day because we want to help

people struggling with this debilitating disease,” says Dr. Mayadev. “We want them to feel supported by us.” “The Couches are a really wonderful couple,” says Dr. Bowen. “I’ve been struck over the years by how well they have done, despite their physical limitations. They’re very supportive of each other.” He continues, “MS is a disease that lasts a lifetime, until research advances to a point that changes this. As a result, we’ve built a Center that is not just a place to see your doctor, but a place where the doctor is only a small part of a patient’s visit. A true MS Center must be a place that addresses every aspect of living with MS.” i Writer Jennifer Schaefer can be reached at Rosanne Olson is an award-winning photographer, teacher, lecturer and published author. She collaborates with her fellow humans to tell the truth, beautifully, in her Knowing Portraits practice. To learn more, visit

Make an impact The benchmark for excellence in MS care To date, many people from our community have already joined together to support the MS Center at Swedish, raising over $2.1 million for construction and outfitting of the space. Now that we have our new “home”, we need your help to raise the remaining $2.9 million to ensure that our wellness programs and research projects continue to be among the best in the world.

Wellness At Swedish, we want to support the physical, mental, and social well-being of all our MS patients. The MS Center exercise facility will have specialized equipment to help patients maintain their best physical function with MS. This includes recumbent equipment, power-assisted devices, weight-suspended treadmills and electrically stimulated exercise machines. Mental and social wellness are also critical to overall health for people with MS. Several personnel roles in the Center will support patients in maintaining full lives with MS, such as a recreational therapist, a vocational rehabilitation counselor and social workers.

Research Research is fundamental to providing world-class care for patients with MS. Clinical trials offer patients early access to new and potentially beneficial therapies. These studies help us find new methods of diagnosis, better ways of monitoring the disease and improving physical function, and new treatments for MS. The research support infrastructure in the Center will be expanded, including the extensive MS patient registry, making Swedish an even more prominent leader of MS research. A gift in support of outstanding MS care will help ensure the optimal wellbeing of patients and families affected by this disease. For more information or to support the Center, please contact Kate Purcell, director, major gifts, at (206) 386-3194 or, or click here to visit the Swedish MS web site and learn more about the new center and how your gift can help.

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Achieving financial and charitable goals with a gift annuity One-time employee and devoted volunteer makes gift to support health-care excellence at Swedish.

Swedish Legacy Partner Della Ramsden chose to support her hospital through a charitable gift annuity.


ella Ramsden, a longtime Seattle resident, recently celebrated her milestone 90th birthday. While Della has been fortunate to enjoy good health and has rarely visited the hospital as a patient, she does have a long relationship with Swedish. You see, it was Swedish that brought Della to the Pacific Northwest from her birthplace of Minnesota in July 1947. When Della was attending the University of Minnesota, she saw an advertisement that Swedish Hospital in Seattle was recruiting for medical positions. Eager for a change of pace and new experiences, Della and three of her girlfriends decided to pack up and drive cross country together in search of a new life. She began her new chapter as a medical technologist in the pathology department of Swedish Hospital, then located on Summit Avenue. While she only remained for a few years, the hospital kept a special place in her heart. Time passed, and when she officially retired from a long career as medical technologist in 1989, Della began volunteering at the First Hill campus. Over the next 21 years she worked in various positions, including patient escort and the information desk. In addition to her generous gift of time, Della also decided to support her hospital by establishing a charitable gift annuity, thus becoming a Swedish Legacy Partner. Della’s financial portfolio included EE bonds which were producing minimal income and that she wanted to sell. The charitable deduction she received from establishing the gift annuity offset the interest income she recognized. Further, not only was she able to receive a fixed income and security that she couldn’t from bonds or the stock market, but she could support the institution that helped change her life so many years ago. “I chose to give because I’ve always felt a part of Swedish over the years. It’s what brought me to Seattle.” We are grateful to have Della as part of the Swedish family. Her generosity will help sustain Swedish’s ability to provide world-class, compassionate care to patients in our community. i

Make an impact Have you considered making a planned gift to Swedish? Legacy gifts can be funded with cash, securities, real estate, or other assets, and can be crafted to achieve both your charitable and financial goals. When you make a legacy gift to Swedish, you are making an investment in the future health of our community. To learn more about how you can support Swedish through a planned gift, please call (206) 386-2738 or email 12

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Nihiazee’iil’ini: Our Medicine Man, 2011, created by local artist Garth Edwards, greets visitors in the third-floor lobby at the Swedish/ Edmonds campus thanks to a generous donation by the Silberman family. To read more about Swedish’s Art Endowment and the role of art in healing, click here.

Honoring a legacy through art Donated work reflects longtime physician’s love of family, medicine and the environment.


he legacy of the late Stanford (Stan) Silberman, M.D., a looking for a way to honor her husband’s memory, Sue and her physician at Stevens Hospital (now Swedish/Edmonds) daughters were drawn to the work of Garth Edwards, a noted for nearly 30 years, was honored with the installation local artist with numerous public projects in the area. Edwards’ joyful steel sculptures made them smile, so the family of a commissioned piece of art at the Edmonds commissioned him to create a work to honor Dr. campus in February 2012. Silberman’s life and his legacy with the hospital. Dr. Silberman joined the staff at Stevens Hospital Sue Silberman enjoyed working with the artist, in 1967, where his general surgery practice quickly and describes the end result as “a beautiful piece of a grew due to his marked dedication to his patients. contented doctor who loved family, medicine and In 1974, Dr. Silberman took a leave of absence to the environment.” She is also pleased the piece will volunteer as a surgeon and general practitioner with bring joy to the patients and staff at Swedish long into the Navajo Nation Health Foundation in rural Ganado, the future, remarking, “Stan would have been happy Arizona. This unique experience only increased his compassion and commitment to his patients when The late Stanford (Stan) with the changes made by Swedish to preserve the fine medical community [in Edmonds].” he returned. “He simply loved being a doctor,” says Silberman, M.D. Swedish is grateful to the Silberman family for generously his wife, Sue. “He was a fine physician who looked forward to caring for his patients every day — and many nights — at donating this meaningful piece of art, and is pleased to honor the this hospital.” Dr. Silberman became Chief of Surgery in the legacy of an important physician within the Edmonds community. early 1990s. If you would like to contribute to the Swedish Art fund, The Silbermans always had a passion for Northwest art; they please contact Nancy Stoaks at or frequented galleries, exhibitions, auctions and lectures. When call (206) 215-3256. i w w w. s w e d i s h f o u n d a t i o n . o r g



from the FOUNDATION friend. She lived her life for her faith and family, and had a kind smile for everyone she met. No one truly saw the depth of her faith and courage until she fought her final fight.” Hope was purchased by the Paul family shortly after Cathy lost her battle with ovarian cancer. Looking for a meaningful way to celebrate Cathy and create a legacy to honor her, the Pauls named the filly after Cathy, adding “Hope” to the name. Recalling the emotions of the time, Darrin Paul says, “We never could have imagined the heartfelt parallels with Cathy and

Catherine Z’s Hope and her team: Ben Root, Hailie Paul, Hannah Paul, Tracie Paul, Darrin Paul, Frank Lucarelli (trainer), the groom, and Pedro Terrero (jockey). Catherine Z’s Hope: a win and a win for ovarian cancer research.

Hope racing towards the finish line

Meet Catherine Z’s Hope, a prize-winning thoroughbred whose earnings help support the Rivkin Center.


he early morning air is damp and the winter sun pierces the overnight mist. Standing next to the rail you feel and hear — rather than see — the racers as they come around the corner. We are at Emerald Downs to watch one of the most unusual donors to the Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research be put through her paces. Catherine Z’s Hope, known simply as Hope, is a beautiful dark bay, five-year-old thoroughbred filly with an impressive 2011 record: two wins and four second place

finishes from her first six starts. However, in 2009, before even entering training, the horse developed pleuropneumonia which resulted in a collapsed lung. Her prognosis for survival was not good, much less for racing. But her team and her owners, the Paul family, refused to give up on her. How could they, for Catherine Z’s Hope is named for a very special lady, Catherine Z. DeMatteis, who fought a courageous battle against ovarian cancer. Tracie Paul remembers her mother, “as a wife, mother, grandmother, daughter and

Hope’s unrelenting will to live. None of us thought she would ever race with all the lung damage she had, but sometimes the unexplained reinforces the faith to never give up.” After her triumph over her health issues, Hope ran her second race ever on June 19, 2010 and took third place. The Paul family has dedicated 10 percent of Hope’s gross earnings to the Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research. Through her courage and determination, Hope constantly reminds the family of Cathy’s wonderful spirit; her winnings ensure that the Rivkin Center can continue its important work. As Darrin Paul said in an interview with Washington Thoroughbred magazine, “Hope is the symbol for the Center and we feel blessed to have the opportunity to do this and maybe, just maybe, our filly Hope will provide a good story for racing and will benefit a great [cause].” i

Make an impact Since its inception in 1996, the Rivkin Center has been a principle catalyst for national and international research efforts aimed at finding solutions to ovarian cancer. In addition to funding research pilot studies and scholar grants to up-and-coming investigators, the Rivkin Center conducts early-detection screenings for ovarian cancer and produces an internationally-attended research symposium on ovarian cancer every other year. To learn more about the Rivkin Center, please contact Gaynor Hills, development director, at (206) 215-2204 or 14

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I am proud to report that in 2011, thanks to the generosity of the individuals, foundations and businesses listed on the pages that follow, Swedish Medical Center Foundation set new fundraising records for the fifth consecutive year for dollars raised, number of gifts received, number of donors, and number of first time donors. This amazing record of growth in philanthropic support for Swedish, including $19.8 million in contributions we received last year, is especially impressive because it occurred during a time of continuing economic challenges for our nation, region, community, and, I am sure, for many of you. Credit for this success goes to you, our generous donors, for the gifts you made, large and small, and for the thousands of hours of volunteer time you dedicated to our activities and events. On behalf of everyone at Swedish and at the Foundation, thank you for all that you do. Total giving for The Campaign for Swedish has reached $92 million and we are drawing steadily closer to our initial Campaign goal of $100 million. We expect to reach that goal sometime this year and, by the time the Campaign is completed at the end of 2013, to have raised considerably more than that amount to fund critical programs and activities at Swedish which benefit our community. Some of the important things that are being done with the funds we have raised are described in this and previous issues of IMPACT. This list of additions and enhancements to Swedish is remarkable, but there is another major Campaign accomplishment that deserves mention in these pages because it is probably of equal importance: working together, slowly and steadily, we have nurtured a culture of philanthropy at and around Swedish. In 2012, the fact that Swedish is both a world-class medical center and a nonprofit health-care provider that must depend on philanthropy to remain a vibrant resource for the next generation is much more widely understood than it was a decade ago. In the current economic climate, with the challenges and uncertainties that face our nation’s health-care system, this understanding, I am certain, will be vitally important to Swedish’s future. Building this awareness has been a constant goal for those of us who work at the Foundation. Accomplishing this goal has involved the efforts of many others, including the physicians, nurses and staff who work at Swedish, the patients who come here for care, and, most of all, the loyal members of the community who help us to get the word out about why this great institution deserves the support of the community. Again, thank you for your generosity and your belief in Swedish. I hope that, with your continuing support, 2012 will be another record year for philanthropy at Swedish.

On the pages that follow, we gratefully acknowledge the thousands of individual and corporate donors who gave so generously to Swedish Medical Center in 2011. Thanks to each of you, we are able to continue the goal of making Swedish the leading health care delivery system in the region. Our heartfelt thanks to you, our partners.


Don Theophilus Executive Director, Swedish Medical Center Foundation and Vice President, Development

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Donations by source


19,805,347 44%

Individual current gifts $ 8,723,983 Individual planned gifts













Gifts in-kind



Neuroscience $ 5,242,913

Joe Clark Estate of Bernice Deehr Estate of Gloria M. Congdon Estate of JoAnn Q. Anderson Estate of Mourine F. Staman The Foundation for Surgical Fellowships Beau and Julie Gould Hammes Company John L. Locke Jr. Charitable Trust Mr. and Mrs. James Pigott Jim and Janet Sinegal

Cancer 2,630,525 $


Marsha Rivkin Center



Patient Care



Community/Patient Assistance



Women & Children’s



Medical and Nursing Education





Founders Circle Fellows $100,000+


Philanthropic revenue comparison






2007 2006 2005












10,122,808 $

Wayne and Anne Gittinger The Norcliffe Foundation

Founders Circle Partners $250,000+

Heart $ 4,444,564


Founders Circle Visionaries $1,000,000+

Anonymous (1) John J. and Katherine A. Harnish Richard and Betty Hedreen Wanda Jankelson Foundation for Health Care and Research Mary Pigott Jean and Robert* Reid

Funds raised by service


Robert M. and Patricia Arnold

Founders Circle Leaders $500,000+



Distinguished Visionaries $2,000,000+

Chap and Eve Alvord The Bernbaum Family Wenie Din and James Bowen, M.D. Dynacare, a LabCorp Company Rosanne Esposito-Ross and Louis Ross Estate of David F. Beutel Estate of Helen L. Ridean Estate of Mercer Give Rhodes Jr. Darel and Scott Harrison/ BarclayDean Friend of the MS Center The John C. & Karyl Kay Hughes Foundation Robin Erzinger Knepper National Multiple Sclerosis Society Bruce and Jeannie Nordstrom Northwest Hope and Healing Foundation The O’Donnell Foundation Pacific Anesthesia – Edmonds Physicians Anesthesia Service Inc. PS In memory of Lori Pape Radia Inc PS David and Sandra Sabey and Family Safeway, Inc. Seattle Radiologists APC Martin Selig Skacel Family T. Elliot and Erica* Springstead Swedish Cherry Hill Emergency Physicians Janet and Doug True Mrs. Patricia J. True Mr. and Mrs. William L. True Washington Dental Service Foundation

Founders Circle Ambassadors $50,000 – $99,999 Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Andrew III David and Nancy Auth Bensussen Deutsch & Associates Inc. Bentley Family Trust Covidien Eastside Emergency Physicians PLLC Estate of Gladys M. Harrington First Choice Health Network Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Guggenheimer Hearst Seattle Media, LLC Intuitive Surgical JPMorgan Chase & Co. The Lester & Bernice Smith Foundation Life Support Auxiliary Chuck and Karen Lytle Dr. and Mrs. Howard G. Maron and The Warren J. Razore Family Foundation Microsoft Corporation The Moyer Foundation, Karen and Jamie Moyer Naviscan, Inc. Northwestern Mutual – Seattle Office PACCAR The Tom and Brooke Pigott Charitable Trust Puget Sound Cancer Centers Sandusky Radio Seattle Seattle-King County Dental Foundation VHA Wells Fargo

Founders Circle Benefactors $20,000 – $49,999 Anonymous (2) American Airlines Apex Foundation, Bruce and Jolene McCaw Nancy and William Bain Yvonne E. Belshaw Butler Family Foundation Ray Biggins Fund Dr. and Mrs. Ivar W. Birkeland Jr. Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. Dr. Joseph and Barbara Buchman Clear Channel Radio Seattle Denali Advanced Integration Mr. and Mrs. J. Roy Dunbar Elekta, Inc. Endo Pharmaceuticals Epic Systems Corporation Estate of Margaret A. Sylwester Estate of Russell D. Smith Dr. Rebecca Esterly and Mr. Dustin Schneider Swedish Medical Center Auxiliary/ First Hill Edward, Eric, Rodney and Craig Fisher Dr. and Mrs. Michael G. Florence Drs. Luba and Greg Foltz Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ford Genentech Inc. Frederick Goldberg and Carolyn Lakewold Dr. Ryder Gwinn and Eileen Gwinn Dr. and Mrs. Rod and Nancy Hochman Jay and Mary Jayne Jones Glenn Kawasaki Jim and Lorna Kneeland Ms. Dawn Lepore and Mr. Kenneth Gladden Mrs. Jermaine E. Magnuson* Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McDonald Medtronic Inc. M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust

Sandra Norris and Dr. Thomas Norris The O.D. Fisher Charitable Foundation Pediatrix/Obstetrix Medical Group Dr. and Mrs. John L. Petersen Mr.* and Mrs. Riley W. Pleas Premera Blue Cross The Schuler Family Foundation, Mr. and Mrs. James K. Schuler Seattle Emergency Physicians Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simonyi Snoqualmie Tribe SonoSite Inc. Sophie L. Anderson Trust The Starfish Group Mrs. Lorna A. Stern Stevens Hospital Auxiliary Stryker Craniomaxillofacial Swedish Edmonds The Abe and Sidney Block Foundation Tri Film Productions, Inc. University of Washington Jean Baur Viereck and Robert Leventhal Dr. and Mrs. Darryl S. Wells

Founders Circle Sponsors $10,000 – $19,999 Abbott Laboratories Mr. and Mrs. Elias C. Alvord II AtriCure, Inc. Ballard Emergency Physicians Treva and Glenn Barnhart, M.D. Donna R. Benaroya Bennett Bigelow & Leedom, P.S. Eric and Gloria Bensussen Dr. Jeremy S. Berman Biogen Idec Bill and June Boeing Anita Braker and Dave Olsen Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Buckner Budget Auto & Truck Wrecking Burkhart Dental Supply Dr. Russell Carlisle and Dr. Susan Block Mike and Mona Carter Celgene Corporation CellNetix Pathology & Laboratories Chenta and Su Ling Chen Dale Chihuly and Leslie Jackson Chihuly Dr. Nathaniel W. Clark Al and Joan Clarke CollinsWoerman Cook Inc. Catherine and Deane Cruze Julie and Todd Czartoski, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Majdi Daher Ms. Diane D’Arcangelo Diane and Peter Demopulos, M.D. Victor DiPietro Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Dan D. Dixon Dale and Shereen Doughty Dr. and Mrs. Bassim Dowidar Janet and Glenn Edwards Dr. and Mrs. Albert B. Einstein Jr. Estate of Richard P. Smith Mark and Sarah Everitt Dr. Richard and Mrs. Deborah Ferse Foster Pepper, PLLC Mr. and Mrs. Harley V. Franco Dr. Patricia Galloway and Dr. Kris Nielsen Dr. Lisa M. Garbrick Ms. Juanita M. Garrison Mahmood and Schelaine Ghassemi John M. Gilberston Foundation Mrs. Eileen H. Gilman Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Grundy

Harley Marine Services Timmie and Jim Hollomon Carmen Hudson, M.D. and Guy Hudson, M.D. Mrs. Jessica Jensen Hughes and Mr. Thomas Hughes David and Maureen Jaffe Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kallas Laura W. Kates, M.D. Dara Khosrowshahi Richard and Mary Anne* Kobylka Michael Kopp Jeff Battema and Ellen Kuo Jean K. Lafromboise Foundation Dr. Howard Lewis and Linda McDougall Lewis Byron and Alice Lockwood Foundation Marcel and Jane Loh Michael D. Martin Mary Kay McCaw Betty and James McCurdy Minor & James Medical Mr. Donald Molitor Mr. C. Eric Morse – Sales Result Inc. Rosemary and James Munson Tracy – The Munson Family Foundation David and Mette Naness Drs. Shirley and David Newell Mr. and Mrs. James F. Nordstrom Jr. Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals Inc. Carroll B. Olson, M.D. Onyx Pharmaceuticals Julie and Gary E. Oppenheim, M.D. Mrs. Rosemary W. Peterson Purdue Pharma LP Ms. Della L. Ramsden Betty and Richard Rasmussen Dr. Pavle Repovic and Dr. Lina Fine Dr. Timothy M. Roddy Mr. and Mrs. Gregory B. Root Ryan Hill Research Foundation Schlanger Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Schulze David Selander, M.D. Dr. Benjamin Seo Dr. Michael C. Shannon Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Simperman Skanska USA Building Inc. Sparling, Inc. St. Jude Medical, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Todd A. Strumwasser Swedish Thoracic Surgery Mr. Scott Swerland Mrs. Marilyn Trimm Todd and Kristine Tucker Tumor Institute Radiation Oncology Group LLP Ned and Joyce Turner Ruth and William Vance Dr. and Mrs. John H. Vassall II Vertafore Dr. Lara Wagner Peggy and Bob Wilkerson

Summit Club Patrons $5,000 – $9,999 Anonymous (4) Ginger and Barry* Ackerley Advisors Charitable Gift Fund Alaska Airlines Mr. Thomas Alberg and Ms. Judi Beck Dr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Anderson Carol and Spike Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Angiuli AstraZeneca LP Kathleen and Ralph Aye, M.D. Nicholas J. Bez Bike the US for MS Biosense Webster Bizxchange Boston Scientific Corporation

*Figures include all cash and new pledges received during fiscal year 2011.

NOTE: A formal audit of 2011 numbers has not yet been conducted.


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Mr. Lee Brei Mr. Alec W. Brindle Drs. David & Virginia Broudy Dwight Call Ms. Namchee Chan Chateau Ste. Michelle Vineyards & Winery Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cheney Cochran, Inc. Connell Cordova Hunter & Gautschi, pllc Bo and Jeanie Cornell Dr. Betsey Cotter Deborah A. Crabbe Don and Karen Crowe Jay and Inger Deutsch DFine, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. David E. Dong Eli Lilly and Company Ms. Dellann Elliott William O. & K. Carole Ellison Foundation Mr. Sven Ellstrom Cindy and Eric Engstrom Estate of Mae Eckstein Estate of Robert H. Barnes Everett High School Save it or Shave it 2011 Dr. Alex Farivar Vera S. Fiorito Dr. Kari Fitzsimmons David and Dorothy Fluke Frauenshuh HealthCare Real Estate Solutions Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fuhr Ms. Lynda M. Gilman GM Nameplate, Inc. Bob and Renée Goodwin The Gordon D. Sondland and Katherine J. Durant Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William and Cheryl Gossman Grandmasters, LLC Drs. Michael and Teresa Hart Mr. and Mrs. Eric V. Haug Mr. Luther D. Haugan Dave and Bobbie Hinton Robin Hirao-Otani and Doug Otani Holland America Line Inc. Steven and Elizabeth Huebner Candace and Dean Johnson Eileen M. Johnston, M.D. Lily Jung Henson, M.D. and John W. Henson IV, M.D. Tom and Marsha Kauzlarich Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Kawamoto Laird Norton Family Foundation Allan B. Learned Drs. Christine Lee and Eric Vallieres Lyn and Doug Lee Joan and Jim Lehl Les Faeries Vertes Rayburn Lewis, M.D. and Elizabeth Upton, A.R.N.P. Lynnwood Honda MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions The Mail Advertising Bureau Inc. Manson Construction Co. Teresa Mayberg, M.D. and Marc Mayberg, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Mayers Molly and James McCullough, M.D. Iain and Melanie McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McGill MedAssets Supply Chain Systems Medina Foundation Mr. and Mrs. John W. Meisenbach Mr. Michael Melancon and Mr. Glenn Johnson Merck & Company Inc. Dr. and Mrs. John Milne Mark and Susan Minerich Michael Miyauchi Foundation Mr. John Montgomery and Mrs. Amy Johnson


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Mrs. Tracy Morris and Mr. Shayne Stevenson National Headache Foundation NBBJ Neurogesx Linda Nordstrom Orthopedic Physician Associates Pacific Gynecology Specialists PC Ms. Pamela C. Palagi John L. Petersen II, M.D. Ms. Carla Peterson Point B, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Polik The Polyclinic PopCap Games, Inc Proliance Surgeons Public Hospital District No 2 Snohomish County, WA Fleet C. Ratliff, D.D.S. Renaissance Charitable Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Renouard Mandy Risley Gandt and Bradford Gandt Riverside Methodist Hospital Dr. and Mrs. Saul E. Rivkin Mr. David Robbins and Mrs. Donna Haggerty-Robbins Mr. Thomas Robertson and Mrs. Marcelle O’Connell Donald and Karin Root Judy A. Soferman and Marc S. Rosenshein, M.D. Sasco Seattle Nuclear Medicine Sequoyah Electric, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Martin Siegel Skacel Collection, Inc. Stuart and Karen Sloan Mr. Orin C. Smith Spacelabs Healthcare Spark Charitable Foundation Frank P. Stagen Mr. and Mrs. Chris W. Strand Cindy and Robert Strauss Swedish Cancer Institute Breast Surgical Providers Mr. and Mrs. Gary Swofford TEVA Neuroscience Inc. Mr. Donald R. Theophilus John and Mary Thompson Mr. and Mrs. John S. Top Towers Watson Triage Consulting Group The Triple Door Drs. Jane Uhlir and Donald Smith United Healthcare US Charitable Gift Trust VECA Electric and Communications, Inc. Jeff and Kim Veilleux Verdant Health Commission Ral West and John Hardwick Joseph and Sherry White Sue Wilson Tabor Gerda and Jean-Pierre* Wirz Worker Bees, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Yates

Summit Club Contributors $2,500 – $4,999 Anonymous (3) Allergan American Medical Response Ambulance Amgen USA Mr. Robert A. Anderson Animal Hospital of Maple Valley, Inc. Ricardo and Sharon Arroyo Mr. Lawrence Asher and Ms. Marcia Dare Audit and Adjustment Company Inc.

Heidi Aylsworth Bank of America Baxter Baxter Healthcare Corporation David and Barbara Beatty Ben Bridge Jeweler Dr. and Mrs. Paul C. Benz Mr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Berg Mr. Michael Bernstein Mr. Jared Bolt Mr. John W. Branch Mr. Ryan Brebner Kevin and Elizabeth Brown Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Brown Dr. David Bruck Dr. Anne M. Bucci Drs. Claire L. Buchanan and Paul J. Rasmussen James M. Burkman Rick and Charlotte Canning Ms. Linda Carrol Dr. Peter J. Casterella CEP America – Emergency Physician Partners Dr. Andrew Chang Dr. Janet K. Chen Ms. Amy Q. Chinn Mr. and Mrs. Eric Chow Ms. Jean L. Christ Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Chung Citi Milton Cohen and Family Dr. Mark A. Cordes Dr. Jennifer P. Coursen Dr. Isiaah Crawford Dr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Crisera Dr. Mark S. Cullen Dr. Aditya Dash Deloitte DePuy Mitek, Inc. Dr. Michael Doherty and Susan Foley Dr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Doran Ms. Lauren Dudley Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Dunn Jim and Mary Dunnam E.K. Riley Investments, LLC Mr. Blake Eagle Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Echelbarger Ms. Joan L. Elvin McAree Mr. Glenn Eng Ms. Katherine R. Enright Dr. Miklavz Erjavec Estate of Gretchen A. Mathers Anthony Fan, M.D. Ms. Folashade Fashokun and Mr. Olusola Aluko Mrs. Patricia P. Fearey Lisa and Warren Fein, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Fell Mr. and Mrs. Craig H. Fisher Mr. Roger H. Forbes Mr. David Foster Dr. Eleanor Friele and Mr. Robert Friele Dr. Mark P. Fritz Dr. Ross Frohn Richard and Barrie Galanti Foundation Pamela Gallagher Felt Dr. Kunal Gangopadhyay Dr. Sarah Garber Dr. Benjamin J. Geiman Genomic Health, Inc. Marguerite George and Mark McIntyre GI Roundtable Dr. and Mrs. Mark E. Gibson Charles Goggio Jr. Thomas and Ann Gores Mr. and Mrs. Ted Granston Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hansberry Martha E. Harris Dr. Hannsjoerg Hasche-Kluender Healthcare for Women

Dr. Carl Heath Elizabeth Hebert, Petunia Foundation Dr. Lori Heller and Mr. Keith Wintraub Drs. Lee Hickok and Sharon Loomis Dr. and Mrs. Timothy T. Higgins Hologic Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Marc D. Horton HSC Acquisition, LLC John N. Hsiang, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence E. Humphreys Robert and Nancy Hutnik The Jackson Laboratory Dr. Stephen Jacobs Dr. Raymond F. Jarris Jr. Dr. Craig Johnston JustGive Dr. and Mrs. Henry G. Kaplan Drs. Scott and Sharon Kelly Drs. Stephen and Carol Knaup Susan G. Komen for the Cure KPMG LLP Dr. and Mrs. Alexander W. Krembs Dr. Susan Kupferman and Mr. Michael Raskin John Koster, M.D. and Barbara Kusler Hugh and Theresa LaBossier Dr. Ritchie Larson Dr. and Mrs. David S. Lavitt Dr. Sean S. Lawler Patty and Jonathan Lazarus Dr. Betty Lee Dr. Edmond Lee Dr. Jennifer Lee Mr. and Mrs. Todd R. Lee LeRoss Family Foundation Drs. Karen Bohmke and Robert Levine Dr. Janice C. Lew Carla and Don Lewis Dr. James Lieberman LifeCell Corp. Drs. Marilyn and William Likosky Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindal Shannan and Brian Louie, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. V. Maxim Lucero Lynn and Robert Lucurell Luly Yang Couture Mr. and Mrs. Paul N. Luvera Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Lyman Dr. and Mrs. Sundeep Malik Randy Mann and Family Dr. Kelvin Mar and Dr. Michelle Benoit Dr. Sheryl Marks Dr. Jonathan S. Maron Dr. Greg Marsh Mr. Emmet Marshall and Ms. Kelly Cornell Mr. Thomas O. McArthur Geeta and Chris McCormack Camelia A. McReynolds MedImpact Healthcare Systems, Inc. Dr. Michael Melvin and Ms. Cynthia Erler Mercer Pamela and Robert Miller Dr. and Mrs. William S. Mondzac Dr. Karla Mooers Dr. Douglas Morgan Mr. Russell Morgan and Mrs. Raven Morgan Moss Adams LLP Janice Newell and D’Anne Bissell Dr. William Nichols Mrs. Sally A. Nordstrom Dr. Chris Nunn Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Oberto Mr. and Mrs. Mike O’Brien Pacific Medical, Inc. Pacific Northwest Ballet Pacific Northwest Fertility & IVF Specialists Mr. George E. Park Dr. Paul Park

Ms. Jean Patterson Dr. Greg Paul Dr. Greg and Glenda* Perkins Ricardo Persegani Dr. and Mrs. Donald G. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Petschl Mr. and Mrs. Dean Petterson Pfizer Inc. Physicians’ Institute For Excellence In Medicine, Inc. Pike Place Flowers Dr. and Mrs. Michael Podell Dr. Jason Pollard Mike and Wendy Popke Porcello Jewelers Mr. Scott B. Redman Regence BlueShield Kristine Rinn, M.D. and Steve Rinn Drs. James Rogers III and Pamela Kulin Ross Family Childrens Trust Mr. Joe D. Sabey Dr. Jaime Sanchez Dr. and Mrs. George A. Sarantinos Dr. Yuko Schmitt and Mr. Michael Schmitt Bobbie Severson Dan and Kirsti Sheeran Dr. and Mrs. Grant I. Shibuya Dr. Michelle Sinnett and Mr. Michael Sinnett Skyway Luggage Company Mr. and Mrs. Bryan J. Smith Ms. Rita M. Smith Dr. Richard W. Solazzi Dr. Tanya Sorensen and Mr. Justin Coughlin Manuela M. Sousa, M.D. Starlight Starbright Children’s Foundation Stickney Research Dr. Miriam Stone Dr. and Mrs. David M. Stout Dr. Marta Strutynska Mr. John Galbraith and Ms. Nancy Stumvoll Ms. Heather Sullivan Swedish Parking Services Marilyn and Marion Szczepaniak Darcy Thompson and Darrell Howe Ttf Aerospace, LLC Dr. and Mrs. Bradley J. Tupper Dr. Joshua Uffman Dr. Manninderdip Uppal US Bank Drs. Sandra and Peter Vermeulen Mrs. Gilberte A. Volpe WA State Chapter of APDA Friends of Swedish Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Waterman Westlake Associates, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Robert M. Wexler Dr. Deborah Williams John and Mary Wilson Foundation Mr. Bruce Greek and Ms. Janin Wilson Wipliance Dr. Ian H. Wright William and Carol Wurts Dr. Sang Yi Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Zilberstein Dr. Adam H. Zivin

Summit Club Members $1,500 – $2,499

Anonymous (3) The 5th Avenue Theatre Nancy and Craig Abramson Advanced Health Media Jason and Katie Albert James and Margaret Allison Mr. and Mrs. Gary Altaras Hobie and Susan Alter Andersen Construction Company Mr. and Mrs. Joel Andersen

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth N. Anderson Mr. Tom Anderson and Ms. Rita Corbin Justin and Maggie Angle Aon Consulting Applied Medical Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Arildson Ms. Angela Ashe Mr. and Mrs. Warren K. Ashton Eric and Jessica Aslakson Dr. Nancy Auer and Randal Houtz Alan and Terry Axelrod Mr. Daniel A. Bailes Dr. and Mrs. Robert C. Bain Lois Barner Ms. Deed M. Barrett-Chase Jessie and Gerald Beltran Ms. Karla Beyer Ms. Teresa V. Bigelow Mr. and Mrs. Dan Billharz Dr. Richard Billingham and Ms. Judith Folks Bishop Fleet Foundation Janice Bishop, M.D. Mr. Gregory N. Bloom Blue Jay Consulting, LLC Mr. Robert S. Blumberg and Dr. Barbara Walkover Maralyn and Jack Blume Dr. and Mrs. Alan Boudousquie David and Lynn Boyd Herbert M. Bridge and Edie Hilliard Dale Broughton Mr. and Mrs. Denis O. Brown Clint and Jodi Burwell Callison Architecture Drs. Michael Kimmey and Cynthia Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Canas Cardinal Health Clinical Technologies and Services Mr. and Mrs. Irving Carlin Ms. Karin L. Carmassi Chef Doug Nishimura/ Manhattan Catering Howard and Judy Chermak Mr. and Mrs. William J. Clancy Paul and Carolyn Clark Dr. and Mrs. David J. Corwin Mr. Mark Craemer and Ms. Dena Johnson Joyce and Scott Cutler Daniel’s Broiler Robert and Frances Davidson Davis Wright Tremaine LLP Patricia L. Dawson, M.D., Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Richard and Constance DelMissier Mr. Robert Devine and Ms. Karen Edgerton Division 9 Flooring Mr. and Mrs. Rick Dodd Dr. and Mrs. Gary Dodobara Janette and Dick Dolmseth Maggie and Bill Dorsey Mr. Brian Duchin Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Dupar Sr. Jane Eagle and Donald Cable Mr. and Mrs. Ron Elgin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Ellison Gloria and John Evans John Rhys Evans Evergreen Professional Recoveries, Inc. Jay Fathi, M.D. and Joelle P. Thirsk-Fathi, R.N., M.S.N., A.R.N.P. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Fenning Dr. Mehmet Fer and Vicky Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Ferullo Gregg and Heather Ferullo Ms. Jennifer Field Tommer Peterson and Elizabeth Flett Dr. Lisa Florence and Hank Florence

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth C. Fonnesbeck Forest Pharmaceuticals Inc. Foss Maritime Company Mr. and Mrs. Phillip F. Frink Jr. Mr. Steve Gattis and Ms. Sue Nevler Mrs. Natalie Gendler Nancy Giunto and Charles Streamer glassybaby, LLC Ms. Catherine E. Gleason Gly Construction, Inc. Dr. Kathleen S. Goetz Mrs. Jacquelyn M. Goldfarb Sara and Jed Gorden, M.D. Donald G. Graham Jr. Ms. Gloria J. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Josef E. Gray Dr. Martin Greene and Toby Saks Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Grinzel Shelly and Lewis Guterson Mr. Michael E. Guy Mr. Kenneth A. Hamm Harbor Square Athletic Club Mrs. Betty K. Harris Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. O. Harris Mrs. D. Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Wade Harrison Ed and Trudy Hatch Mr. Chris Herbig Hermanson Company Dr. Matthew Hill Ms. Ruth Hill Ward and Cristin Hinger Hippogriff Charitable Lead Unitrust Ms. Margaret N. Hitchcock John and Shelley Holmes Patricia and Larry Hopkins Ms. Susun L. Hosford Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Howell Frederick Hsu and Joyce Chang IKON Office Solutions Dr. David Inadomi and Dr. Carol Cornejo IOD Incorporated J. Garner Home J. Rankin Jewelers J.E. Dunn Construction Company Mr. Alan Jarvimaki Ms. Elaine H. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Johnson Shilo Markegard Dr. and Mrs. Bradley P. Karr Dr. Mitchell Karton and Ms. Ann Gardner Rebecca and Kji Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Chad Kenan Barbara and Jim Kenney Lynn and Timothy Kepl Moise and Vera Khahrallah Fund of Triangle Community Foundation Calvin and Maureen Knight Dr. Kevin Kogut Ms. Lizbeth Kono Jay Kreissl and Maureen Kearney Ms. Cheryl Lanzinger Andrew and Donna Lee Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Lewis Henry Y. Li, M.D. Lex Lindsey and Lynn Manley Dr. Anthony Lo and Dr. Susan Scanlan Mr. Richard W. Lockhart Loomis Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Lootens Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Lowinger Ms. Kim Lyford Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Michael Madden Mrs. Caroline Mancini Mr. and Mrs. John and Mary Ann Mangels Mr. and Mrs. John M. Maples Sr. Ron and Lori Marquardt Mr. Brice Massey Charmaine Massong Tom and Carolee Mathers Matrex Exhibits

Gerry and Barbara Maurer Matt and Susan Maury Mrs. Betty J. McConkey Kirby and Diane McDonald Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. McGee Jon McKenzie Paul and Darlene McTaggart Metropolitan Grill Michael Rosenberg Photography J. Heath Miller, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Miller Jr. Stan Minor Michael Miyauchi Foundation Elizabeth and Stephen Morris Nama’s Candy Store Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nathane Dr. Kay Neal and Mr. Joe Neal Judy and Steve Niver Mr. and Mrs. Hossein Nowbar Mrs. Beatrice Nowogroski Marianne Oelund Mr. and Mrs. Kevin O’Keefe Pacific Vascular Incorporated Passport Health Communications Curtis and Amy Peck Pepsi Beverages Company Mr. and Mrs. Doug D. Perry Drs. Patricia Brand-Peters and Michael Peters Marcia Peterson Picis, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. R. Alex Polson Puget Sound Gastroentenology Katherine Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Leigh W. Rabel RAD Technology Medical Systems, LLC William, Nina, Colby, and Zachary Ramsey Dale P. Reisner, M.D. Dr. and Mrs. John M. Remington Resource Corporation of America Mr. and Ms. Richard J. M. Rorem Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Ross Ms. Mandy Rowe Judy and Fred Rupert Rural/Metro Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Ryan Ms. Mary Anne Schefe Jack Schenker Charitable Trust Stanley R. and Frances Roth Schill Foundation Kris and Mike Schroeder Barbara Schulte Seattle Genetics, LLC Securitas Security Services Susanne and Bernie Seidel Patricia and Richard Settle Tracey and Kent Seymour Margaret Sherman Dr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Short Siemens Medical Systems Inc. Sisters of Providence Mr. and Mrs. Alex M. Smith Charles E. Smith Hal Smith Sound Women’s Care PS Antonio Sponza Stuart and Kathryn Steadman Karen and William Steele Dr. and Mrs. John E. Stewart Dr. Jeffrey Stolz and Timothy O’Connor Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stone Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stroh Jr. Suncadia Resort & Prospector Golf Course Surgical Associates of Edmonds Swedish Edmonds Birth and Family Clinic Mr. and Ms. Allen E. Symington Synthes (U.S.A.) Ms. Ina G. Tateuchi

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Family members of Lisa Ryan Thompson served as Honorary Chairs of the 10th Anniversary Fisher Family & Friends Auction.

Fisher Family & Friends Auction: A record-breaking evening for the Rivkin Center On November 5, 2011, over 500 guests gathered at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue for an inspirational evening to benefit the Marsha Rivkin Center for Ovarian Cancer Research. The event was especially jubilant as it featured Lucia Neare’s Theatrical Wonders. The artists danced, sang, and interacted with guests throughout the evening, adding an extra touch of beauty, festivity and delight. Led by the family of Lisa Ryan Thompson, our Honorary Chairs, and our event committee headed by Gloria Bensussen, Kim Fisher, Scott Swerland and Joe White, this special 10th anniversary celebration raised more than $1.12 million, a recordbreaking evening for the Rivkin Center. Once again, guests were inspired and motivated by a very generous gift from the Wanda Jankelson Foundation for Health Care and Research, which pledged $500,000 to match money raised by the event. A special thank you to our 10th anniversary sponsor, SRi, and to our other top sponsors: BDA; BizXchange; William O. & K. Carole Ellison Foundation; Edward, Eric, Rodney and Craig Fisher; Lytle Enterprises; Lois and Benjamin Mayers; MCM; Seattle Sun Tan; and Sequoyah Electric, LLC. In addition to the moving tribute from the family of Lisa Ryan Thompson, guests were also priviledged to hear from our 2011 Courage for Life Honoree, Susun Hosford. A 10-year ovarian cancer survivor, Susun gave an inspirational speech about her personal journey and her involvement on the Board of the Rivkin Center. As a planned giving donor to the Rivkin Center, Susun was delighted to share her story and also her reasons for making the Rivkin Center part of her estate plans. Each year, the Fisher Family & Friends Auction and the SummeRun & Walk for Ovarian Cancer raise money that forms the cornerstrone of the Rivkin Center’s investments in ovarian cancer research. In just 10 years, the auction has raised more than $5 million, and the SummeRun more than $4.5 million over the course of 17 years. We are grateful to the many thousands of donors who have participated in these events. We hope you will join us for our next auction as we celebrate on November 9, 2012 at the Hyatt Bellevue. The SummeRun will be held July 22, 2012. For more information visit or call (206) 215-6200. 20

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The Fearey Group, Inc. John A. Thomas Mr. John Thomas and Ms. Marley Christianson Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Titcomb Ms. Melissa A. Tizon James O. Travis Family UNICO Properties, Inc. United Collection Service Inc. University Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Sean and Tracy Updegrove Urology Northwest PS Dr. Katherine VanKessel Dr. Curtis F. Veal Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Vincent W Seattle Dr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Gordy Wahl Mr. and Mrs. Wilf T. Wainhouse Erika and Alex Washburn Webmedx, Inc. Mary Weiss, M.D. and Tom Linde Wentworth Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Wieringa Mrs. Mary K. Wilson The Wolff-Gee Family Mr. Tom Wood Dr. and Mrs. Robin V. Woodland Worldwide Peak, A Divison of Neohealth Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wynecoop Mr. and Mrs. Tony Zabel

$1,000 – $1,499 Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. Warren R. Aakervik Mrs. Shawna R. Ader Lon Alexander Mrs. Nancy Alvord American Health Technologies, Inc. Tim and Jacqueline Antilla Drs. Christopher Appleton and Marcia Ko Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Arensberg Arizona Biltmore Robert and Traci Arron Captain Charles I. Ashbaugh Mr. Larry W. Atkinson Kristen Austin, M.D. and Mark Kuiper Joe and Karyn Barer Ms. Barbara A. Barton Beecher’s Handmade Cheese Ron and Gail Behar Mr. Kenneth M. Bellgardt Josh Beloff and Eva Corets Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Benezra Ms. Julie D. Bennett Mr. Richard D. Bergmann Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Bethel Bio Clean Drs. Garrison Bliss and Suzanne Wu Mr. and Mrs. Randy W. Boettcher Mr. Brian Bolt Ms. Barbara B. Bradley Dr. and Mrs. John J. Brandabur Dr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Bray Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bridge Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Brighton Ryan and Alana Broderson Colleen and Matt Bromen Estate of Dr. Walter S. Brown Ms. Carolyn J. Burrows Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cabe Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Call The Capital Grille John and Beverly Carey Mr. and Mrs. Jeff D. Carnevali Mr. and Mrs. Matt Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Carver Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Casino Mr. Andrew Chen Mr. Robert J. Chicoine Mr. Constantinos Christofilis Ms. Joyce Y. Chui Dr. Robin Cole and David Stinebaugh Dr. and Mrs. Clark S. Coler

Scott and Lynda Corcorran Ms. Marilyn Corets and Mr. Adam Mihlstin David Crossgrove Ms. Mechelle Bush and Ms. Lynn Crowley Margaret Curtin and Jim Wilder Diane Daggatt Ms. Judy L. Davido Mrs. Irene M. Day Mr. and Mrs. Jason Debly Delaney Dechant Design 10301/Jarbo Dr. Dorcas Dobie and Mr. Jerald Radich Mrs. Mary K. Dowell Dr. Charles Drescher and Ms. Robin Foster-Drescher Christi and Robert Dudzik Mr. and Mrs. William Duff Dr. Lisa Erlanger and Mr. Jeffrey Coopersmith Estate Of Margaret Ethel Eims Mr. Donald Etsekson Dr. Michael Failla A. Kristine Fellrath Ms. Cora L. Fields Mr. Thomas Fish Mr. and Mrs. Rodney M. Fisher Mrs. Adrienne R. Fleischmann Forest Marketing Enterprises, Inc Tony Formo Mr. and Mrs. Ken Fortune Ms. Lisa Foss Dr. and Mrs. Frank Fox, Ph.D. Freestone Capital Management Charitable Foundation Genzyme Ira and Courtney Gerlich Ms. Katharyn A. Gerlich Mr. and Mrs. Phil Giuntoli Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Gold Mrs. Joan Goodwin Douglas Grier, M.D. Ms. Suzanne M. Grubb Helen Gurvich Mr. and Mrs. Jon K. Hahn Hammerquist Studios Mr. Robert D. Hammond Jr. Lawrence and Hylton Hard Renee and Josh Herst Ms. Kathleen Higgins and Mr. Patrick Jenny Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hill Mr. Robert Hill Rod and Toni Hoffman Rod and Shirley Holland Ms. Sandra Horbach and Mr. Steven Skoler Mrs. Susan E. Hovis Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Hutchinson Mr. Bruce A. Hyatt Garrett and Rachel Hyman Intentional Images InVentiv Health Irwin Family Farm Mr. Clark A. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Steve Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Len Jordan Doug and Anne Julien Steve Juno Steve and Mary Kastenholz Mr. Peter Kerr and Ms. Cynthia Wells Dr. and Mrs. C. Keith Keyser Timothy and Cindy Knapp Mr. Ron Knox Mr. Thomas F. Koegel Ms. June K. Kubo Mr. John W. Langley Michael and Barbara Larson Mr. Timothy Lassige Mrs. Phyllis Leventhal Ms. Dana M. Lewis Seok-Bee Lim, D.M.D. Mrs. Donald R. Lindsey Mr. Eric Liu and Ms. Jena Cane Susan McGee-Lowdermilk and Mark Lowdermilk, M.D.

Ms. Jennifer Lowe Vince and Pamela Madden Dennis and Mary Maher Daren Mancini Mr. Donald P. Marinkovich Dr. and Mrs. James C. Martin Dr. and Mrs. Ryan J. Martinez Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Marty Mr. Richard W. Mathes Maximus/Minimus Mr. William Mayes Ms. Janice M. McCallie Michael and Neal McMahan Mr. and Mrs. Jerry C. Medved Mr. Euan Menzies Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Meyer Mr. Andrew Meyercord Mr. Carl W. Middleton Montage Laguna Beach Mr. and Mrs. Allan W. Motter Ms. Beth Mueller Nectar Lounge Marilyn and Joel Nemerever NeuroPace, Inc. Steve Noe Mr. and Mrs. John N. Nordstrom Mrs. Karen Norsworthy Northwest Sky Ferry Norton Corrosion NW Timber Resources Lic. Ms. Chiyoko M. Okamoto Mr. and Mrs. Rob Paek The Paul Family Ms. Catherine Pepper Mr. and Mrs. John M. Perkins The Perrenot Family Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Peterson, M.D. Janet Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Karl Pihl Plain Family Foundation Mrs. Jutta Plummer Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Polzin PowerBar Dianne and Gregg Probach Puget Sound Kidney Centers Mrs. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Rapozo Mrs. Sally Reiquam Mr. Vernon Rice Dr. and Mrs. William S. Roberts Ms. Kristi Robins Mr. Chris Robinson Mr. Robert L. Roblee Jeff and Ashleigh Root Ms. Donna Rose Mr. Ronald Leibsohn Ms. JoAnne Rosen Todd and Donna Rosenberg Foundation Dr. and Mrs. John T. Sack Patrick Salem Charles Salmon and Ginger Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Sample Mr. Louie Sanft Sharon and Douglas Sasse Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Satre Mr. and Mrs. William H. Schatz Drew B. Schembre, M.D. Dr. Jason Schneier Walter and Esther Schoenfeld Lindsey and Molly Schwartz Seattle Mariners Ms. Beverly Selga and Ms. Trish Bakker Ms. Andrea Selig Dr. and Mrs. Steven M. Shaw Shelton Skookum Rotary Club Foundation Silicon Valley Community Foundation Ms. Sheryl Sirotnik Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Vinton H. Sommerville Stanley And June Rose Foundation Jen Steele Mr. Peter G. Stewart Mark Strate and Julia Amaral

The Suchoknand Family Mr. and Mrs. George S. Suddock Susan Sullivan Swedish Medical Center Medical Staff Mr. Bryan Syrdal Mr. Phil Clarke and Ms. Pam Tammen Mr. and Mrs. Adam Taylor Beverly Taylor Steve and DeYonne Tegman Mr. and Mrs. Dale Terwedo Mrs. Jere I. Thornton Mr. and Mrs. Hank E. Turner United Way of Snohomish County Dr. and Mrs. Dan S. Veljovich Estate of Margaret B. Vernarelli Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vetto Dr. and Mrs. Cornelius I. Voth Lisa and Robert Wahbe Mr. and Mrs. John Waldburger Dr. and Mrs. Wayne M. Weil, M.D. Mr. James D. Weimer Nicholas and Carol Westlund James L. and Roberta S. Weymouth Mr. Ed White Mark R. White Mr. J. Bruce Williams Willows Lodge and Barking Frog Windermere Foundation Ms. Nancy J. Wood, R.N. Mr. Charles B. Wright Ms. Lacey Yantis Carl Zapora and Cheryl Foster Zurich Healthcare Group

$500 – $999 Anonymous (6) Mr. and Mrs. Joey Abramson Bill Adamucci Mr. William K. Ahrens Dr. Carla Ainsworth and Mark Ainsworth Alderbrook Resort and Spa McKinstry Company Charitable Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Allen Mrs. Pat Allendoerfer Ms. Karen J. Allvin Ms. Tammy L. Alsos Amgen Foundation Matching Gifts and Staff Volunteer Programs Ms. Cathi Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Anderson Mr. Steve Anderson Art Wolfe Studio Dr. and Ms. M. Kevin Auld Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Bagnall Mr. and Mrs. Peter Balousek Mr. Tim Barker Dr. and Mrs. Todd A. Barnett Darlene Barr, M.D. Robert Barrows Mr. and Mrs. Ted Baseler Linda Bashaw Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Bayard Jr. Mark and Elisabeth Beebe Jill and Craig Beilinson Mr. Lance Belville Mr. and Mrs. Russell N. Benaroya Dwayne M. Berg Ms. Jane Berkman and Mr. Steven Wolfson Ms. Joan Berkowitz Mr. Harry C. Berryman Dr. Donna Bevan-Lee Michael Biggins Mr. Joe Binz Mr. and Mrs. Chris Birkeland Kim Bishop Ms. Jayne A. Blackburn Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Blackburn Mr. Jason Blankman Debbie and Cliff Blumenthal Ms. Clarice M. Bocek Gordon and Beverlee Boe Martha and Dave Boes Don and Molly Bohm

Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Bray Mr. and Mrs. Jan Brekke Craig Brewer Mr. Gregory Miller and Mrs. Sandra Bricel Miller Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Briggs Mr. Myron Brooks Ms. Danielle M. Brown Valerie and Jay Brown Brian and Lynn Brueckman Mr. Stephen P. Burger Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Burnett Ms. Virginia L. Burnett Mrs. Laurie A. Burns Ms. Carol Butterfield Cadence Pharmaceuticals Mr. Marcelo Calbucci Kristi Callas Ms. Elizabeth M. Campbell Ms. Karen M. Campbell Dr. and Mrs. John E.Z. Caner Rob Caplan and Jennifer Teed Mr. Stewart D. Carr Allan Carscaddon and Eleanor Bradley Mrs. Mary Hart Carter Ms. Tannya M. Carter Cascade Print Media Mr. and Mrs. Jim Castanes David and Lianne Caster Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Castonguay Celebrations Catering Services Ms. Crystal Chai Mr. and Mrs. Jon Chalfant Ms. Anner Charrier Mr. and Mrs. Andrew S. Chatburn Dr. LuAnn L. Chen Ms. Atsuko J. Chitose Jeannine Christofilis Mrs. Chieko Cicha City of Seattle Mr. Daniel F. Ciucci Clarity Marketing Communications LLC Christi Clark Ms. Sheila Clark Ms. Martha Clay Ms. Sandra Clover-Dixon and Mr. John Dixon Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Cockburn Mrs. Ruth M. Cohn Mrs. Ellen O. Collins Columbia Resource Group, LLC Gwen and Aaron Colwell Kevin and Kristin Conklin Ms. Jill S. Conner Katharine Conroy Mr. and Mrs. Keith Conti Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Cooper Costco Wholesale Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Couch Dr. and Mrs. Steven F. Counter Mr. and Mrs. Clayton H. Crane Mr. Reginald Crawford Crochet Guild Of America Dr. Steven Crooks Crowne Plaza Hotel Mr. and Mrs. George R. Cruickshank Ms. Tracy Cui Mr. Thomas E. Cullen Mr. and Mrs. Scott Cutler D & L Trucking, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Dally John and Monica Darnell Ms. Ethelyn Daroff David Evans and Associates Dr. and Mrs. Donald S. Davidson DCI Engineers Dr. Juan C. de la Ossa Brian Dempsey Dr. Amish L. Desai Erin Dickerson Kim Dickey Ms. Stacey L. Dickinson Mr. John S. Diefendorf Jr. John and Debra Dimant Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley

Ms. Debbie Dingerson Mr. David Djang Ms. Betsy A. Dodds Ms. Teresa Dodds Doe Bay Resort and Retreat Ms. Susan D. Draper Dr. and Mrs. Richard H. Driscoll Jr. Paul and Teresa Dubeck Ms. Amy C. Dubin Mr. Lawrence Dupuis Mr. and Mrs. Kip Durrell Malcolm and Margaret East Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Eberts Martin and Tammy Eckart Ms. Linda Eckholm Dr. and Mrs. Clifford J. Eckman EFC Girls Elsom Cellars Mr. and Mrs. Brian Emanuels Mr. and Mrs. Gary English Dr. and Mrs. Milton T. English III Mr. and Mrs. Don and Sara Ericksen eScan Data Systems, Inc. Ms. Nancy Ewert Mr. Miles Ewing and Ms. Shannon Braddock Ms. Darlene M. Fanus Phil and Laverna Fenner Mr. Ricardo F. Ferrera Ballard Fetherston Gallery, Betsy Fetherston Mr. Daniel Finch First Impressions Dental Care Fischer Meats Ms. Teri Fischer and Mr. William Shook Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fisk Dr. John T. Fitzharris FIVE Restaurant and Bistro Ms. Sarah Daniels and Mr. Rod Fleck Mr. and Mrs. John Fletcher Dr. Bill Folger Elise Fortin and Richard Keck Mrs. Candace B. Friedman Sharon Friel Garvey Schubert Barer Mr. Michael F. Geiger Ananda Gellock Mr. Michael E. Gent Joan Sullivan Genthe Dan Gerler Mr. and Mrs. P. Joseph Giacobazzi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Gilchrist Michelle Gill, M.D. Andrew and Amy Glover Marla and Martin Goldberg Marshall Goldberg Ms. Sharon S. Goldberg Mr. and Mrs. Brett D. Goldfarb Khody Golshan Dr. Brian W. Goodell Mr. Randall Goodlund I. Mervin and Georgiana Gorasht Ms. Marilee Gordon Shannon and Greg Gottesman Ms. Elizabeth A. Gould Ms. Shiela K. Gould Mr. Russell Grandinetti Mr. Rob Grannum Mr. and Mrs. Carl Granquist Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Green III Mrs. Barbara S. Gregory Ms. Patra Grevstad Mr. Brian Grimm Dr. Katherine Haeck Mr. Marc Hagan and Ms. Debbie Salzman Mrs. Lyndy L. Hagerman Yaman Haitani Tru Paula S. Hallam, M.D. Tod and Barbara Hamachek Gary Hamatani Mr. Robert Hamatani Susan Hanley William and Karen Hansen Dr. and Mrs. James M. Hanson Mrs. Setsuko Harada

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Linda and Bill Hardwick Mr. Eric Harrington Ms. Lisa Haug Lisa and Howard Hawk Carroll Haymon, M.D. Heavy Restaurant Group Rita Helleck Gary and Lynn Herbers Mr. Robert C. Hermann Mr. and Mrs. David E. Hiatt Anthony Hill Mrs. Carol F. Hille Ms. Gaynor Hills and Mr. Gregory Fleming Mr. Brad Hinthorne Alice and Louis Hoffer Donna and Wally Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Steve S. Hoffman Meg Holgate and Bruce Bradburn Ms. Kristen Holt Ann and Jon Hooper Ms. Lindsay A. Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hopkins Dr. and Mrs. Tom R. Hornsten Mary and Eric Horvitz Dr. and Dr. Paul P. Huang Mrs. Anna M. Huffman Ms. Susan Huot Afifa Hussein Dr. Brandith G. Irwin Joyce Ismon Catherine Ivy Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jenkins Ellen Johanson Cynthia and Stuart Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Iry Jones Roger C. Jones Dr. Philip and Varda Juno Karan Dannenberg Clothier Ltd. Dana Kaufman Michele Keeffe Mr. and Mrs. James B. Keller Dr. Mary Kelly and Tom Kelly Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Kenyon Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kero Mr. Roger H. Kessler Kids In The Clouds, LLC. Robert Kilian Joon Young and Ju Yeon Kim Martin and Susan Kimsey Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kinnaman Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Kline Barbara and Dennis Knapp Mr. and Mrs. Philip G. Knell IV Mr. and Mrs. David H. Knightly Kona Medical, Inc. Ms. Carolyn Kopp Bill and Sharon Kozek Mr. and Mrs. William W. Krippaehne Jr. Jacquelyn Krones Laerdal Medical Corporation Mr. Fred Langer Dr. Andreea Larhs and Mr. Anthony Larhs Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Larsen Ms. Chrisanne Lawrenson Melisa Lea John and Elizabeth Leddy LeDuc Packaging, Inc. Chun S. Lee Mr. Victor L. Lee Dr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Leininger Ms. Sandy Lew-Hailer Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Li Dr. Louise Liang and Mr. Rick Stiles Mr. Jerrold Liebermann and Ms. Linda Harris Mr. George H. Liepart Robert and Teresa Lindsay Mr. Richard Little Ms. Glenna Locke and Mr. Gary Kawahara The Van Kessel-Loeser Family Ms. Shirley Lovelace and Mr. John Boblett John and Christine Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Gary Madson


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Balinder Malhi Mr. and Mrs. David Malone Mr. Samuel Mandell Mark Porcello Estate Buyers Ms. Debra J. Markert Mr. and Mrs. James K. Marshall Ms. Elizabeth L. Mason MC Euro, LLC General and Mrs. Barry R. McCaffrey Dr. Brian McCallie Mr. and Mrs. Pat McGarry The McGraw-Hill Companies Karen and Mark McInerney Ms. Mary K. McIntyre Mike McKenna Mr. Randal McLaughlin Dr. Ross McMahon Ms. Carolyn A. McManus Dr. Kevin McNamara and Mr. Stephen Black Mr. and Ms. Clyde D. McQueen Robin and Craig Medin Ms. Margaret W. Mekuria Mr. Kenneth C. Merideth Mr. Ric Merrifield Elizabeth J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Miller Ms. Shannon Milligan and Ms. Diana Hendrickson Ms. Andrea A. Millikan Vicki Millikan Mr. Curt Miner and Ms. Jennifer Lones Ms. Vanetta Molson-Turner Monarch Beach Golf Links Wayne and Jonneke Moore Mr. and Mrs. V. Harley Morgan Mr. Yasuo Mori Charles and Alexandra Morse Ms. Sandy Moss Dr. Peter Mueting-Nelsen Dr. and Mrs. Marr P. Mullen Museum Quality Framing David Myaskovsky, D.D.S. Linda and Cameron Myhrvold Mr. and Mrs. Cary C. Natiello Mr. and Mrs. Tracy C. Neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nelson Brad and Mary Newcomer Tiffany J. Ng Ms. Nooporn Ngarmprom Mr. and Mrs. Clayton W. Nielsen Mr. and Mrs. Bob Niemann Nina McLemore Mr. and Mrs. David M. Nomura Northwest Biomet, Inc. Dan and Gayle Odell Ms. Julie E. O’Hara Mr. Eric Oliner Rama Oskonian and Greg Emens Outreach Services Mr. and Mrs. Eric Overton Scott and Jen Oxley Dr. Wendy Pabich Mr. and Mrs. Gene A. Pace Mr. Frank Paoli Miss Barbara Pape Bob and Annette Parks Eleanor Parks Mr. Michael Paulsell Ms. Molly E. Pengra Mr. and Mrs. John M. Perkins Jr. Mr. Jack R. Petersen Mr. Jeffrey Scott Peterson Susan and Larry Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pettit Mr. Lam Phan Mr. David M. Phelps Mr. and Mrs. Brian K. Pickering Mr. Patrick Piermattei Pinkerton Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pinkowski Julie and Paul Polkinghorn Mrs. Judy G. Poll Dr. Bruce Porter and Ms. Sharon Uluwehi-Vaughn Ms. Sandra K. Porter

Ms. Denny Post Andrew and Marianna Price Ms. Julie Prince Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Psyhogeos Dr. Charles Puls Dr. Babu Rajendran Terri Rebar Ms. Rosalie Tibayan Reed Ms. Dawn D. Reilly Augustina and Mark Reisman, M.D. Residence Inn by Marriott – Seattle Ms. Carlotta Reynolds Mr. Thomas Richardson Rick Steves’ Europe Mr. and Mrs. Rinne Lori and Anthony Rivera Donna Rivily Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Robinson Ms. Valorie J. Robinson Roche Harbor Ms. Ann Rockwell Mr. and Mrs. Patrick M. Roddy Mrs. Pamela L. Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Joel Rohrs Dr. and Mrs. Allan J. Romano Mr. and Mrs. Bradley H. Root Mr. Jack Root Greg and Jenn Rosenwald Ms. Stephanie Ross Mrs. Gayle C. Roth Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Roth Mr. and Mrs. Randall Rubenstein Ms. Shirley Rudolph Dr. Sebastian Ruehlmann Judy Runions Ryan Family Corporation Mr. John Ryan Diane and John Sabey Mrs. Virginia Samuelson sanofi-aventis Leslie and Ken Schafer Ms. Sharon A. Schierle David and Brenda Schneider The Seattle Foundation Seattle University Pat and Bill Shafer Mr. Omar Shahine Mr. William R. Shelton Ms. Anne S. Shively Mr. Yoav Sibony Shari Simmons Ms. Jennifer Sokol Ms. Debbie Sopher Bill and Larisa Sornsin Mr. Jay Soroka and Ms. Jane Reisman The Sorrento Hotel Soundmark Wealth Management, LLC Mr. Steve J. Sourapas Spatini Beauty Lounge Dr. and Mrs. James F. Spiegel SST Tanning Group, LLC Lee W. Steil, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michel P. Stern Mr. Gerard Sternesky Ms. Jane Stevens Ms. Leanne T. Stevens Stewart Family Chiropractic Mr. Tom Sthay Pamla Stingl Mr. and Mrs. Josh Stranahan Donna and John Strand Mrs. Kay Strate Mr. Alberto Sutton Ms. Myra H. Tanita Doug Taylor Mrs. Renee Taylor Sheila and Gregory Teeter Mr. John Thai The Fairmont Scottsdale Princess The Olympic Group Debra Thompson Patti and John Thompson Dr. and Mrs. Andrew R. Ting Lynn and John Tissell Brad and Cherie Tofthagen and Family

Marielga Tome Mr. and Mrs. Frederick L. Tompkins Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Tonkin Diane Toomey Mr. and Mrs. John J. Torlai Ms. Kendra Travis Dr. Leslie Tregillus and Mr. Thomas Jones Kenneth Treiger and Lauren Antonoff Ms. Kimberly L. Tripp Tulalip Resort Casino Ms. Mary Megrath Turner University of Arkansas at Monticello University Village Shopping Center Captain James Utzschneider Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vadman Mr. and Ms. Rob Van Orden Frank and Betty Vandermeer Joseph and Rosemarie Voyles W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc. Dr. Arpan Waghray Mr. and Mrs. Alan Waldbaum Ms. Patty J. Walker Thomas F. Warren* Pat Wartnow Washington Trust Bank Watermark Credit Union Mr. and Mrs. Jim Watson Wave Link Music, Inc. Chris and Joan Wedes Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Wehrman Dr. Robert Weinsheimer Mr. Randall Weinstein Dr. and Mrs. Sean M. Wells David and Sharon West Suzanne and Jeffrey Westcott, M.D. Margaret Wetherald and Len Barson Ms. Elizabeth Wheelwright Mr. Mickey M. Whitaker Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Brian White Jane Wiegenstein Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wilson Mrs. Karin Wilson Shirley and Scott Wilson Wine Storage Bellevue Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wolfendale Gilbert H. Wong Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Wong WorldMark by Wyndham Mr. William A. Wrenn Wyman Youth Trust Misti Yeske Mr. and Mrs. David Youssefnia The Zidell Companies Carol and Anthony Zorich

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Anonymous (4) Mr. Paul H. Abshier Andrew Ackerman Mr. and Ms. Michael Adams Mr. Richard Addison Chris Adolf Albert Lee Appliance Amber Aldrich Mr. Joseph Alexander III Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Alhadeff Allison & Ross Inc. Clea Alverio Ms. Susan R. Ammerman Ms. Tamie Andersen Mr. Curt Anderson Mark and Eve Anderson Heather Anderson Mr. Jerrad Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Shane Anderson Ms. Vickie B. Andrews Mr. Jason Antonelli Debbie Apitz Ms. Sandra M. Appleseth Mr. and Mrs. John P. Archer Jr. Mr. Irv S. Arditty Joel and Amy Arensberg Rebecca J. Arnold Ms. Carol A. Asahara

Mrs. Rebekah Ashton Astoria High School Atlas Development AW Pottery Ms. Mildred R. Awald Mr. James G. Azares-Burns Sarah Babineau Ms. Bernda L. Bacani Badgley, Phelps & Bell, Inc. Peter and Martina Baer Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bagga Ms. Reiko Bagsby Darcy Baker Mrs. Karen Baker Ms. Ruth Baker Ms. Kimberly A. Baldwin Mr. Bill G. Ballantine Swedish Medical Center Auxiliary/ Ballard Ballard Auxiliary Board Dr. and Mrs. Phillip Ballard Jr. Mr. Paul Balli Ms. Anne Ballin Mr. Jerry R. Balzer Mr. Keith Banes JoAnn Barbe Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Barbieri Mr. James Barlow Jacqueline and Wayne Barnett Bob and Melisse Barrett Ms. Susie T. Barrett Mrs. Margaret E. Barrows Mr. Michael B. Barrows Carolyn M. Barton Dr. Sarah Barton and Mr. Richard Barton Ms. Florentina C. Basaca Ms. Jennifer Batcheldor and Mr. Ross Carbo Ms. Heather Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bauermeister Mr. and Mrs. David Baugh Mark Beauchamp Carl and Arlene Beckett Elizabeth and Brian Beckman Mr. Mark Begin Alison and Ryan Beieler Ms. Susan Beller Bellevue Club & Hotel Ms. Patricia Belyea Brad and Carla Berg Ms. Melina Berger Ms. Kathy Berman Michelle Sailor and Robert Bersin, M.D. Ms. Donna Lee Berube Mike Bialek Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bicknell Mr. and Mrs. Luke Bienfang Reba S. Bigelow Mr. Charles W. Billow Ms. Laurie M. Black Kristi Blair Ms. Deborah B. Blethen Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Block Mr. Lawrence J. Blythe Sr. Pat and Craig Boblitt Ms. Amy Bobst Mr. William A. Bock Ms. Claire J. Boe Mr. Ted Boers Mr. and Mrs. John S. Bomengen Mr. Greg Bonsen Ms. Sarah Bork Ms. Jacque Brainard Mr. Lawrence Breuer Ms. Tanya Breznikar Rabbi Dan Bridge and Ms. Simcha Shtull Ms. Robin C. Bridgman Dr. Brigit V. Brock Mr. Michael Brophy Mr. Kevin Brown Lee Brown Mr. and Mrs. Norm Brown Robert L. Brown Roger Brown

Tom Bryant Mr. David D. Buck Julie and Bill Buck Dr. Michael J. Buckley Bunnies By The Bay Ms. Beverly Bunzel Dr. Andrew J. Burich Ms. Marsha Burns Ms. Sally A. Buslach Butch Blum Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bykonen Janis Byrd Ms. Lylanie Cabrera Cactus Restaurant Teena and Randie Cadwell Mrs. Kathleen Cahill Deborah A. Callison Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Campbell Sharon and Duke Campbell Ms. Frellie R. Campos Mrs. Madeline Caplan Ms. Shelley M. Capretto Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson Ms. Robin Carlson Carney Badley Spellman, P.S. Ms. Maureen A. Carr Anthony Castagna Fred R. Cerf Mr. Robert R. Charles Dr. David Charney Joseph Chauvin Chef John Howie Restaurants Ms. Hsiu-Yu Cheng Mrs. Claudia Cheyne-Cook Mr. John Chilcote Mr. David Chinn Mrs. Lori Chisman Ms. Linda A. Chitty Ms. Deborah A. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Christenson Ms. Jeanne Chung Mr. and Mrs. Johnathan L. Clark Mr. and Mrs. Erik Clauson Deser R. Clay Jan Clem and Andy Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Barton H. Clennon Ms. Polly K. Close Mr. Tom Cobb Mrs. Penelope Coe Elizabeth and William Coffer Ms. Margaret R. Cole Mr. Arlan Collins Anthony and Danelle Conger Mr. Grad Conn Mr. Robert W. Cook Ms. Betty A. Cooper Ms. Jill M. Cooper Ms. Roxanne T. Corff Mrs. Theresa N. Coriell Mary Corson and Jon Sackler Ms. Cynthia M. Cosgrove Mr. Robert Couch Courtyard Marriott Tacoma Dr. Marilyn L. Cowger Crafty Hands Ms. Rachel Crane Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cree Ms. Melinda Crohn Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Cross Crowell & Morning LLP Mr. and Mrs. James P. Crutcher Ms. Jane Cui Mr. Trevor J. Culley Ms. Margaret S. Cunningham Ms. Elmafania P. Curammeng Ms. Jane Dacus Ms. Kathleen C. Daman Mr. Travis A. Damico Mrs. Jeannette Dashiell Sarah Dauphinais Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Davis Dave and Christine DeBois Mr. and Mrs. James W. DeForest Marlene L. Degner Ms. Laura DelVillar Ms. Lesley Demers

Ms. Theresa A. Demeter Kaarn Dempsey Mr. Fred Denman and Mrs. Jeanne Scholz-Denman Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dervin Deschutes Brewery Mrs. Monika Desroche Mr. Ron Dier Mrs. Shirley DiFrancisco Ms. Marilyn D. Dillard Mr. Mike Doherty Mr. Henry T. Donahoe Mr. and Mrs. Mike Donlan Mary and Doyle Douglas Ms. Colleen M. Douville Erin and Brian Downey Kate Drakos Ms. Laureen T. Driscoll Mr. and Mrs. Robert Drovdahl Dr. and Mrs. M. Dick Dudley Rebecca S. Duke, M.D. Michale Durrell Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dutzar Mr. Richard Duval Ms. Mary S. Dyczewski Richard Dykstra Mr. and Mrs. Earl F. Ecklund Dr. and Mrs. Albert W. Edmonds Edmonds Underwater Sports Kristine A. Edwards Chris Eglinton Denise and Duane Eilts Mr. James Elias The Ellingson Family Employees Community Fund of the Boeing Company – Puget Sound Mr. Richard Eng Bette and Len Ericksen Peggy and Randolph Erickson Mrs. MaryAnn Eschbach Ms. Jennifer D. Eslava Ms. Joan Espe Ethan Stowell Restaurants Mr. Steven P. Etier Gretchen and Ben Evans Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Falcone Jerry and Nancy Falk Ms. Joni Farris Mr. Gregory Faulkner Ms. Janet Faulkner Ms. Nancy J. Fawthrop Matt Fechner Janice Feikes H. Michael Feldman Barbara Ferguson Ms. Kim Ferse Deborah and Joel Fertakis Craig and Linda Fiebig Ms. Marilyn J. Fike Christina Fisher Steve Fitzer Ms. Erin Flachsbart Ms. Sigrid I. Flatness Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fleming Ms. Roberta G. Flohr Miss Maria Flores Mr. Stephen D. Forman Ms. Leah Foss Charlotte and Eugene Foster Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Foster Mr. Robin B. Fox Traca Fragomene and Jocelyn Ungar Ms. Karen Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Lee Freiermuth Stan and Cindy Freimuth Mr. and Mrs. Jay R. Friedman Ms. Catherine L. Fugman Mr. Joe Fuller Terry Fuller Ying P. Fung Mr. Donn Gabrielson Galen Wilson Properties LLC Dr. and Mrs. Henry Gallagher Jr. Mr. Travis Galloway Ms. Annabaker Garber Ms. Elizabeth C. Gates Dan Gatien

Bert and Judy Geiger Mr. Marc Gelormino Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gentzen Mr. Dan George Ms. Helene C. Geraci Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gerity Ms. Kerrin Gibbons Mr. Drew Giblin and Mr. Gerald Tebo Mr. Joe Gifford Dr. and Mrs. David A. Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Gilbert Jr. Mr. Jason Gilbreatdh Mr. and Ms. Findley Gillespie Mr. Ari Gilmore Ms. Christine Glastonbury Ms. Rachel Glauberman Mr. Dennis Glavin Kristi A. Glaze Ms. Suzan W. Glueck Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gohl Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Goldstein Dr. Richard Goodfried and Ms. Mary McCauley Ms. Jennifer A. Goodwin Ms. Margaret Gordon Mr. Don Gorlick John Gose Ms. Gail M. Gosselin Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gough Mr. Herbert M. Gould Angela Gove Ms. Laura B. Gowen Mr. and Mrs. Bob Graham Grand Event Rentals Grand Hyatt Seattle Mr. M. Steven Grappo Ms. Jennifer A. Graves Kristi Gray Ms. Linda S. Gray Mr. Robert W. Gray Jenny Green Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Greenbaum Greenlake Plastic Surgery Greenland Inc. Mr. Stan Gregg Mr. Kent Gregory Fred and Margaret Grimm Ms. Anne S. Gross Ms. Gila Grunschlag Mr. James Gudger Ms. Kristi Guin Ms. Felicia Guity Joan and Arthur Habu Pat Hackett and Mark Houtchens Jackie Haggerty Ms. Kjersti R. Hagman John and Jane Hall Mr. Kenneth Hall Mr. and Mrs. Jay Halleran Mrs. Laura S. Halliday Ms. Juliet Halloran Ms. Theresa Halloran Ms. Rosaline Hampton Richard and Lisa Hankins Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hanlon Ms. Elizabeth Hanna Mr. and Ms. Neal Hansen Ruth and Charles* Hansing Ms. Ellen Harbison Dawn Hardley Mr. and Mrs. Jay Harper Kerry Harpster Janet Harrington Ms. Cynthia M. Harris Dr. Victoria Harris Ms. Lisa A. Harstedt Maureen Hartman Mr. Charles R. Harvey Ken and Cathi Hatch Kim and Vince Hatfield Mr. and Mrs. James T. Hawk Stacia N. Hayes Ms. Jody Haynes Carole Heath Heather Quintans Photography The Heathman Hotel Nancy S. Heermans

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Mr. Jon Kerwin Mr. William P. Ketcham Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Keyes Michal and Danny Khen Svetlana Khristoforova Mr. Ken Kido Soon Kon Kim Mr. Jacob King Mrs. Joan Kinzer and Mr. James Irwin Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Kippes Mr. Robert Kirkman Ms. Molly B. Kledzik Marvin and Roberta Klopstad Knit For Life Alla Komissarchik Hoon Kong and Sonja Knezevic-Kong Mr. Vang Kongsaeng Mr. Steve Kono and Family Ms. Sarah Kontopoulos Ms. Claire Kopp Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Kostuch Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Kotkins Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kraiss Mr. and Mrs. Monte L. Krog Ms. Toni S. Kubly Mr. and Mrs. Darin Kudrna Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth H. Kumasaka Cantor Bradlee Kurland and Ms. Sandy Samuel Ms. Laura Lahm Mr. and Mrs. James M. Lamoree Ms. Mona C. Lang Dr. Brian C. Lange Tracy Larson Mrs. Barb Leahy Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lee Mr. Heejin Lee Mi Jung Lee Mr. Jeff Lehl Mr. and Mrs. Peter Leidig Ms. Nancy Lemieux Sarah and Avery Lendernan Mrs. Katie Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Leppert Mr. Stan Leszynski Michele and David Levesque Dr. and Mrs. B. Richard Levinthal LG Consulting Services Madeline and Chris Liddicoat Tracie Lievense and Lisa Serna Mr. Glenn M. Light Mr. and Mrs. Roy C. Liljebeck Amanda Lin Michelle Lin Ms. Molly K. Linden Mrs. Frances M. Lindquist Dr. and Mrs. Brian J. Livingston Ms. Teresa M. Lockridge Sally Loeser Mr. Henry R. Loew Mr. and Mrs. Sumpter Logan Ms. Mary Logan Jack and Chris Loos Ms. Cynthia L. Love Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Lovsted III Lovsted Family Foundaton Mr. Paul Lowber Rick Lubkeman Ms. Karina Lugo Mr. George Luksetich Mr. and Mrs. David O. Lund Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lund Ms. Elizabeth Lusby Lutheran Womens Missionary League Mrs. Susan Lynch Julianne Lynch-Daniels Ms. Kristyn M. Maddox Mr. and Mrs. Ed Malakoff Mr. Lewis Malakoff and Ms. Michelle Feder Dr. Judith Malmgren Maritime Pacific Brewing Co. Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Marker Mrs. Tracie Markley

Mrs. Evelyn Marlow Christina Marshall and Rochelle Mitchell Mr. Aaron Martin Mr. James E. Martin Karen Martin Kiki and Wayne Martin Mr. Pascal Martin Mr. and Mrs. Pete Maslevikov Ms. Kristie L. Matulovich Mr. Richard Maturi Ms. Melinda Maxwell Mayflower Park Hotel Mr. and Mrs. Russell J. Mazzola Lucy Mbugua Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. McCleskey McCormick & Schmick’s – Lincoln Square Sandy McCullough Ms. Joanne L. McDaniels Ms. Katherine M. McFarland Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. McGilvray Mr. and Mrs. Jeff McGinnis Ms. Wanda McKay Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. McKenzie Ms. Holly McKinley Dr. and Mrs. Edward B. McLean Ms. Deb McQuade Mr. Jerry McShurley Dr. Steven J. Medwell Ms. Harriet Meier Mr. and Mrs. John J. Merlino Ms. Joan Merrill Mary Meteyer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mezistrano Mr. Will Miceli CW Middleton Mr. and Mrs. David L. Midgley Ms. Tamara Milandin Dr. Wandra K. Miles Ms. Rachelle M. Mileur Mill Creek Country Club Dr. and Mrs. Juan Millan Mr. Arnold I. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Daryl and Elsie Miller Mr. and Mrs. Mike Miller Ms. Shirley A. Miller Lyndsay Mills-DeBoer Mr. Bernie M. Minsk Ms. Sonja Montgomery and Ms. Margaret Kearney Mrs. Barbara Mooers Charles Moore Cori Moore Sherrie Moore Tom and Carol Moore Mr. Samuel J. Moreau Di Morgan Ms. Elizabeth Morgan John Morgan Mrs. Jo Ann Morken Ms. Margery E. Morrell Mr. Karl Mosch Joli Mosier Mr. and Mrs. Jason Moss Michael Mudjer Mr. Dennis Murphy Mr. and Mrs. John M. Muscatel Mr. and Mrs. Ted Nakamura Ms. Shani Neamen Jodi and Rick Negrin Mary and Donald Neifert Ms. Donna L. Nelson Marty and Melissa Nelson NetVU Margaret Neudorfer Gary and Georgia Newbury Mr. Lee Newkirk Ms. Ann L. Newton David and Denise Nichols Mr. Eric Nicholson Mr. Santo Nicosia James Nida and Annelliott Willis Mr. David Niekerk Ms. Kris J. Nilsson Mr. and Mrs. Russ Noble

Mr. Donald E. Nolte Mr. and Mrs. Eric D. Nolte Mr. and Mrs. Jason Nonis Nuckols-Keefe Family Foundation Mr. Doug Nunemaker NW Dermatology & Skin Cancer Clinic Ms. Penelope V. Nyder Ms. Patricia M. O’Brien Ms. Alyssa A. Ochsner Ms. Jan M. O’Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Ohrt Ms. Carol V. Olason Christine and Oley Oliver Ms. Carolyn J. Olsen Glenna Olson Ms. Robin J. Olson Ms. Catherine O’Neil Mr. Julius Orsucci Ortho-McNeil Inc. Steve Ouellette Pacific Northwest Masonry & Design LLC Ms. Emily Palisoc Pande Cameron Mr. Jose E. I. Panganiban Papa John’s Pizza Ms. Allison Parker Walt and Jackie Parkhurst Ms. Patricia A. Parrish Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Parry Ms. Pallavi Patel Mr. Steven Payment Mr. and Mrs. Terry L. Payment Ms. Julie Peck Janna Pekaar Janice and Jay Pendergast Ray Perdue Mr. Gilbert D. Perez Scooter and Helen Perrenot Beverly Petchonka Dr. and Mrs. Walter C. Petersen Ms. Linnea Peterson Ms. Kimberly Petram Ms. Caroline A. Pfeil Ms. Leslie D. Pim Mrs. Jill Piscatella Pat and Laurie Plaza Ricca and Billy Poll Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Pollnow Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pollock Ms. Mary J. Poppe Loretta and Carl Poschman Mr. Trevor A. McC. Potter Scott Powers Ms. Jan Prindle Domenic and Pamm Prinzivalli Mr. Mark Protus Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pruzan Puget Sound Bank Mr. Ricardo V. Quiboloy Mr. and Mrs. John B. Rabel Ms. Janis K. Radtke Alice and Seamus Ragan Gurubaljeet Rai Mr. Udai Raj Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Randklev John and Meg Rankin Ms. Anne M. Redman Jim, Holly and Carson Reed Ms. Margaret L. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Reed Mr. Scott P. Reese Anita and Arny Reich Mrs. Linda Reichenbach Kathleen Reid Tamra Reinertsen Mr. Chad Remmers Ms. Kelly Rench Mr. Robert G. Resta Ms. Susan Reynolds and Mr. Jerry Hagen Ms. Lee Rhodes Ms. Melody S. Rhodes Rice Fergus Miller, Inc. Nancy and Paul Richards

Rich’s For The Home Ms. Kim A. Richter Ms. Katherine Ridge Ms. Tanya B. Riebeling Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rimkus Ms. Melissa Rivkin and Mr. David Cohanim Mr. Thomas Ro Elizabeth and Jonathan Roberts Mr. Marty Roberts Mr. Alan Robertson Mr. Frederic M. Robinson III Ms. Laura Robinson Ms. Lucia A. Robinson Heather Rock Mr. Glenn Rockowitz Mr. Robert S. Rockwell Mrs. El Vera Rodewald Ms. Meredith J. Roe Ms. Jana Rogers Karen Folger Roll Ms. Diana L. Ronning Peter and Julia Rose Ms. Susan L. Rose Mr. and Mrs. Stan Rosen Mr. Robert Rosenberg Mike and Luanne Rosenfeld Ms. Carey Ross Mr. Kurtis Roy Ms. Joanna S. Roze Mr. Harmon H. Rulifson Mrs. Debra J. Rutherford Elizabeth and Eric Rutherford Mr. Charlie Ryan Ms. Linda L. Ryan Ms. Su Ryan Ryan, Swanson & Cleveland Ms. Shannon M. Ryland David Sabritt and Mina Miller Sagitta All Users Chapter, Inc. Sara Salem Mr. Dan Sanders Ms. Linda Sandor Owen Santos and Hannah Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Preston Sargent Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sasaki Ms. Sheila Scates Stuart and Ann Schaefer Ms. Valarie Schmidt Ms. Donna L. Schneider Dr. and Mrs. Neil F. Schneider Eric and Christine Schoening Ms. Rosalind Schoof Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Schor Mr. Max Schreiner Brett Schroeder Dr. and Mrs. Michael D. Schuffler Mr. Carl Schwaegler Mrs. Judith A. Schwartz Ms. Sharon R. Scott Seattle International Film Festival Ms. Kerin Seeger Nameeta Shah and Gaurav Anand Dr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Shamseldin Mr. David Sheldon and Mr. James Sheldon Ms. Karen Shepard Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Sherman Dr. Merrilynne G. Shiota Ms. Peggy Shortt Ms. Anne Shrauner Dr. Manrita K. Sidhu Mr. and Mrs. Elwood R. Sillifant Audrey Silsbee Marty and Mary Ann Simonetti Mr. Andrew Sirotnik Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Sirotnik Mr. Sam Skrivan Mr. Cliff L. Sloan Ms. Jessica Sloate Colleen Smith Mr. David Smith Ms. Kristen Smith Mr. Mackenzie Smith Ms. Mary C. Smith Miss Pauline Smith

Mr. Robert Smith Ms. Paula J. Smithers Matthew Smolke Mr. Kevin R. Snively Ms. Shirley G. Soderman Mr. David K. Soike Solid Ground Washington Ms. Norma Sorby Katie Soroye Sparkman Cellars Mrs. Julie Speidel Mr. and Mrs. Ric Spengler Kimberly Spilker Ms. Janna Spinney Springbrook Farms, Inc. Ms. Storey Squires Sandra Stallings Carolyn and Steve Starr State of Washington State of Washington Ms. Naomi J. States Mrs. Pamela A. Stenerson Kelly and Eileen Sterling Mr. Robert G. Stevens Ms. Claire Stilwell Mary Ellen Stone and Gary Mahn Scott and Carol Stover Julie Strate Mr. and Mrs. Gary Stratiner Sam Stratton Ms. Katharine Stringer Kristin Strout and Khoi Hong Mr. Barry Stulberg Dr. Charles Sturgis Ms. Kimberly Suddock Ms. Eunhee C. Sumner Ben Sumrall Ms. Beth L. Sundquist Ms. Victoria Sutter Mr. Gary Sutton Marjorie and Ralph Svrjcek Ms. Pamela R. Swanborn Mrs. Julie Sweet Swiftwater Cellars Ms. Gina G. Swoope and Mr. Robynn Takamiya Ms. Helen T. Tall Mr. Andrew Taylor Ms. Mary Taylor Jan and Benny Teal Utta and Bill Tellini Mrs. Michelle Temp Mr. Milko Terrado The Aetna Foundation Dr. Dinesh Thekke-Karumathil and Dr. Uma Pisharody Ms. Danecha Thomas Ms. Darlene Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer H. Thomas Ms. Deborah L. Thompson Mrs. Eleanor Thompson Ms. Julia A. Thompson Mr. and Ms. Stephen J. Thompson Beth and Allan Thorpe Ms. Kerry Beth G. Thorson Thomas and Beverley Timmons Linda and Ken Tisdel Ms. Marcy L. Tobin Ms. Chris L. Tobola Ms. Susan Todd Mr. Jeff Tollefson Robert and Bobbi Toni Totem Ocean Trailer Express, Inc. Ms. Katy Townsend Mr. Kevin S. Traff Jovan and Mike Trapani Truist T-Scan Corporation John H. Tschirhart, M.D. and Karen Wang, M.D. Ms. Jane D. Tsilas Dr. Michael Tuggy and Dr. Peggy Sarjeant Bradley and Jenny Tuininga Mr. Richard Turko Dr. Anne Turner

Deborah and Milton Turner Tammie Turpen Ms. Rita E. Tuthill Tuxedos ‘N Tennis Shoes Catering Inc. Howard M. Uman, M.D. Tamara Uson Mr. Paul L. Van Dusen Mr. Jeff Van Duzer Emily and Eric Van Woerden Lynne and Brad Vea Mr. Kam VedBrat Jack and Diane Veltkamp Ann and Jude Ventic Ms. Eunice H. Verstegen Ms. Lorna C. Viloria Ms. Catherine S. Vink Ms. Christi L. Vital Ms. Betsy M. Vo Ms. Kathryn Volk Mr. Paul N. Vonckx Jr. Jim Wahlsten Julie and Lou Wald Mr. and Mrs. Floyd T. Walker Ms. Stephanie Walker Ms. Carol Wallace James Wallace Mr. Michael Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Eric T. Wallin Mr. John M. Walls Ms. Joan Walton Dr. Jeffery Ward and Mrs. Joy Ward Rebecca Ward Wes Ward Nancy Warren Roselee and Anthony Warren Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Warren Nancy Warsinske Heather Wasnick Kim and Gregg Watkins Ms. Shair A. Watson Mr. and Mrs. James M. Webb Ms. Judith Weber Mr. Michael C. Weidemann Mr. and Mrs. Stuart L. Weinstein Mr. and Mrs. John S. Wenala Conny Wenz-Kuzma and Jon Kuzma Dr. Howard West and Ms. Wendy Hassan Mr. and Mrs. Jared Wheeler M. Kay Whelan Mrs. Karen White Miss Summer Whitesell Ms. Jean Wiegand Wight’s Home and Garden Mr. Robert Wigren Mr. John Wilbanks Marilyn Wilkens Kylan Wilkerson Mr. Grady Williams Mr. Brian Wilson Rob and Cori Wilson Mr. Robert Wilson Mrs. Jennifer Winters Ms. Lindsi Wolf Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wolff Mrs. Jocelyn H. Wood Theresa and Brian Wood Thomas H. Wood, M.D. George Woodard Scott and Esther Woodman Ms. Ida M. Woods Dr. and Mrs. John L. Wright Dr. and Mrs. John D. Wynn Mr. Mark A. Yamamoto Yaman Haitani Trust Alexander Yap Homer Yasui Miyuki Yasui Mr. and Mrs. Leif Yeckley Mr. and Mrs. Ajay P. Zachariah Mr. and Mrs. John E. Zarek Mr. and Ms. Leo Zeiler Maximilian Zellweger Mr. and Mrs. Jason Ziemer Ms. Rosalee W. Zingheim

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Marji Aaland Ted Abeles Linda Adler Carol Albrecht All Women Cancer Survivors All the fabulous people who work at the Cancer Institute Lynn Allen Kathleen Altenhofen Amy Anderson George C. Anderson Candice L. Anderson Heather Wallace Anderson Stephen Howard Anderson Betty I. Anderson Fernando and Burgi Antezana Thomas I. Appleton Mary Sachiko Arai-Yoshihara Jefferson Edward Arildson Brian Armstrong Dorothy Asam Charles M. “Chuck” Ashbaugh Pat Atkins Betty Lou Atkinson Chris Averill Heidi Aylsworth Primo Bacetti Janice C. Baglio Vlase William Bakamus Ledjie Ballard Ballard Van Drivers Warren, David and Dave, and Bob Robert Hardy Barnes, M.D. Bonnie Jean Barr John August Barrows Pamela J. Batcheldor Jonah Matthew Battema Leah Grace Battema Charlotte “Bay” Baxter Dale Behar Michael O. Benett Dave Bennett Patricia Rae Bennett Sultana Benzaquen Nora Berg Alf Bergersen Ivo Bezmalinovich Suzanne Biggins Helen Borgny Iverson Birklid Carl F. Blakely Philip David Blix Maggie Blomberg Dianne K. Bolt Marlene Bortleson James D. Bowen, M.D. Cassandra “Candy” Williams Dyanne Boyle Alice Bray Roberta Breithaupt Sharon Bridges Diane Delores Brondello Terry Brown Andrew Browne Peter E. Bruckner Donna Ruth Buatte Barbara Buchman Katie Bucy Linda Burich Beverly Jean Call Dr. Campbell and Staff Margaret Campbell Lowell Carlson Eleanor Carmigani Marcia Carr Max Carr Colin Carty Jodie Carvo Dr. Jeffrey Cary Kaye M. Cascio Silvia Caster Dr. F. Ann Cerf Gerald Chellis Anne Chen


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Greg Foltz, M.D. Kerry E. Forrester Virginia E. Forte Tracey A. Frank Rollie Friberg Morris Frimer Wendy June Fujikawa June Gainer Dale Galloway Jennifer Gannon Linda Gastman Orr Michael D. Gates Maria Gaudio Marjorie Claire Geisert Schelaine Ghassemi Mary Ghiglione – Swedish Blood Management Team Dr. Eric Gierke Thomas Gilbert Roger and Jerri Giles Mrs. T.R. Gitner The Glover Family Brent E. Godding Carol Virginia Goggio Carole and Bob Goldberg Michael J. Goldfarb Jayme Goldstein Lilac Gong Carol Goodell Gary E. Goodman, M.D. Teresea Grassley Patricia Annette Goplerud Sonny and Gena Gorasht Paulla Ann Gordon Patrick Gorlick Richard Gourhan Mary B. Gowing Arthur and Beverly Grashin Aili Graunke Paul E. Gray, Jr. Joan D. Green Arlene Grinnell Robert and Nancy Groonis Iola Brown Groth Geri and Kip Gustin Joe Hageman Karen Hagen Phyllis Hall Cindy Hambly Soloman Hanan Duncan and Maryellen Hanley Lawrence G. Hannick Kathleen Hansen Hilda Hansen Dorothy Irene Hansen Carol Elizabeth Hanson Mack Harada Martha Harris Marilyn Harris Dr. Michael J. Hart Mallory Hartman Joanne Hartzell Diane Haslund Vernamell Haug John Hauglum Eileen M Hausle Karen Hawn Robert Charles Hayes Robin Hazen Eugene O. Heberer Andrew Helms Megan Helms Jared Hendrickson John Alden Hendron Laurie Ann Heneghan Argel Henthorn Mia Herbig Alexa Herbig Sophia Herbig Bonnie Sue Hermann Roger Hermes Caitlin M. Hickok Molly M. Hickok Carmen A. Hill Julie Hillers

Billy Hilton Connie Hilton Barbara E. Hoffman Mason James Hogan Suzanne Holsten Sheila Holtgrieve Edith Horn Dr. Tom Hornsten Joan Hoshino Lynne Hosterman Kaija Isadora Houck Linda Howard Ruby Howisey Jenni Huang Warren Hudgens Holden Hughes Harley Young Hughes Sarah Beth Humphrey Vicharo Huot Shawn Hupp Leah Jacobson The Wedding of Trisha and Eric Jaffe Yetta Jaffe Shapiro Terry Jeffers Kanchana “Connie” Jocasta Alice Johnson Mark Johnson Helen Jones Jill Jones Jean M. Jones Carrol E. Juenke Jenna Kahn Stacey Kalina Cristine Ann Kandior Henry G. “Hank” Kaplan, M.D. Anna Kaplan Sharon and Irwin Kasser Susan Kaufman Kerin Keller Frances Keller Howard B. Kellogg Jr., M.D. Lorraine Kelly Elisabeth W. Kelpien, M.D. Mary Kelsie Herb Keppler Virginia E. Keppler Kathryn Kerrigan Ottilie Ketchum Ernest W. Kevin Mary Jo Kilian Loretta Frances Kincaid Barbara J. Kloos Dr. Eugene Ko Norma Ko Audrey Fong Kobuki Mary Anne Kobylka Joan Komen Nancy Arleen Mugaas Kono Cheryl S. Kopp Arnold S. Koppel Marie Koska Jackie and Skip Kotkins Ivan Frederick Kraemer Waring Krick Julia Waring Krick Anne J. Kropp-Wells Bob Kruse Jeremy Michael – John Kuno Ruby Kvamme Dr. and Mrs. Manfred Laband Edwin Lagoe Betty Lagucik Judy Terrado Laigo Helen Lam James J. Lambert, Sr. Debbie Lansciardi Christeen Larsen Valerie Larson Deborah Latsis Barbara Learned Dr. Brian Lee Monroe David Lee Kenneth E. Leighty Alton Leir

John H. Lesniak Linda Levine Rose Woo Lew Judy Lewis, RN Howard S. Lewis, M.D. Nicholas J. Librande Phyllis Jean Lien Dr. Robert Lieppman and Staff Claire Alexandra Likus Willie Liles Sir Walter Lindal Louis Linney Harriet Lockwood Marge Loge Sau King Lok Eva Luce Geraldine “Geri” Lucks Dennis Wynn Lutz Charles S. Lytle Sandy MacAulay Meagan MacPhee Susan Madsen Jermaine Magnuson Ruth Maki Jackson Simon Malaga Paul and Jennifer Malakoff Carol Anne Malmquist Aileen Mandel Jodi Margolin Katherine “Kate” Abigail Marquardt Jerry Jim Martin Laura Andrews Claudia Martines & Ricardo Gomez Carole R. Mason Gretchen Mathers Eva Francesca Mazzola Joyce McCallum Margaret Frances “Midge” McClung Joan McDaniel Ron McDowell Josephine “Jo” McGillicuddy Lynn Renee McKenzie Phyllis McMaster Meagan McPhee Florence Ann Mebust Steve Mecham Dr. Vivek Mehta James Merlino Harriet Meyers Bob and Rachelle Mezistrano Lora Michaud Bernice Michel Dr. Michael Milder Elizabeth J. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Chris Miller Francis T. Miller Paul B. Miller Sr. Joy Milonas Eileen Mintz Steve Mirsky Keki Kercy Mistry Maurice Edward Mitchell Rachel Miyashiro Sally Moneda Thelma Money Karla Mooers Sandra I. Moon Marianne Moon Mary F. Morehead Ray Moreno Jr. and Anna Moreno Susan Morry William F. Morton Amelia Beverly Moynihan and Carter Michael Moynihan Sherry Muhl Mrs. Louise M. Mulligan Harry Mullikin Ryleigh Muma Jennifer D. Myrvang Jill Kathleen Neary Helen Neil Jeanne Signe Neilson Nancy Nelson Donald Sears Nelson Phyllis Neville

Dina Newcomer David W. Newell, M.D. Gloria Newland Ann L. Newton Kui Ng Dr. Danh M. Ngo Bert A. Nigro Dr. Janet Emery Ninnis The Norden Family Linda Nordstrom Frances Nordstrom Rosanne Norman Richard L. Novak Aileen Numan Elena Nussbaum-Cado Abigail Elise Oates Douglas A. Obert, Sr. Marcelle O’Connell Mary McCabe O’Connell Eileen J. O’Donnell Donna J. Okamoto Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Olson Chuoi Ong Marilyn J. Opstad Bettie Grace Orr Airkin Marcus Ortega Lisa Osse Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Oregon & SW Washington Vivek Pall-Pareek Muriel Park Jacqueline Mae Park Norman Parkinson Rosie Parks Sue Pennapacker Aunt Mary Perdue Glenda Perkins Bradford S. “Brad” Perkins Barbara Perlmutter Karen Parrenot Kathy Petersen Randy Peterson Phyliss Peterson Margaret “Margie” Peyovich Joshua Kyle Pho Mary Pittari Angelo Poli Lillian Poli Lea Polich Gaby Poll Dr. Zachary Pollack and the Nurses at the Ballard Campus Elizabeth and Joey Poo Philip “Spud” Poston Mary Poston Pam Premo Jen Prewett Todd Prophet Marion Provost Bob Puett Margaret Apple Pulliam Kay Chung Rabbitt Jean Karen Reichenbach Jennie Reiquam Traschelle Reis Dr. Mark Reisman Merle Richardson Karen Ricker, L.P.N. Marilyn G. Ridge Ann Elizabeth Ridley Kristine J. Rinn, M.D. Alex Rivily Saul Rivkin, M.D. Saul and Joyce Rivkin Marsha Rivkin Quinn McBeath Robertson Cade Marcus Robertson Margery Robinson Cosmo Rockey William “Bill” Rodewald Gordon Rodewald David Rogers Dr. & Mrs. Newton & Beverly Rosenshein Donald A. Ross

Photo: Swedish/Edmonds

Honor / Memorial Tributes

Wendy Nelson Popke (far left) and Erik Nelson, owners of Lynnwood Honda, recently presented a check for $7,500 to the Childbirth Center at Swedish/Edmonds for their Car Seat program.

Swedish/Edmonds Car Seat program expands with help from Lynnwood Honda At Swedish/Edmonds, concern for an infant’s safety continues far beyond their first hospital stay. The Car Seat program, launched in 2007, typically awards 12 seats per year to parents who cannot afford a safe car seat for their new baby. In November 2011, the program received an extremely generous donation of over 100 new car seats from Lynnwood Honda. “All our babies have a car seat fitting before going home,” says Joyce Miller, Childbirth Center manager at Swedish/ Edmonds. “We sometimes see unsafe car seats with broken or missing parts, or it’s so old that it does not have the recommended five-point harness. Having to purchase another car seat that will keep their baby safe can be very challenging financially to some parents.” Since its inception, the Car Seat program has been supported exclusively through generous donations from the Lynnwood Kiwanis Club. Thanks to the additional support from Lynnwood Honda, the program is now able to help even more new families. “I think the Car Seat program at Swedish/Edmonds is a great idea, and I’m glad Lynnwood Honda can help make the program even more successful,” says Wendy Nelson Popke, co-owner of Lynnwood Honda. “We’re a locally-owned business and we’re always looking for ways to give back to our community. The car seats we are providing are the convertible type that adjust from 5 to 50 pounds, eliminating the need to purchase another seat after a baby is six months old.” “We are so grateful for the generosity of Lynnwood Honda supporting the smallest members of our community,” says David Jaffe, chief executive, Swedish/Edmonds. “What a great example of how local philanthropy can make such a difference to our neighbors in need.” w w w. s w e d i s h f o u n d a t i o n . o r g


Ruth Meitzen Ross Melodie Royal Jack Ruhlman Paula Rust Ronald Keith Rutherford Cathy Saario Joan Sager Borden Sagmoen Rene Saltzman Marcella Sanchez O. R. Santos Ruth Maslan Sassoon Sara Savill Dianne Sawa The Scates Family Eleanor DeBritz Schaefer Leslie B. Schafer Mary Anna Schenck Legg Mary Schile Howard J. Schjelland The Schmitz Family Uli Schoettle Terri Louise Schuett Karen Schwartz James B. Scroggs Karin Linnea Sellin Marvel Serres Margaret “Sue” Shaffer Carol Sherdan Bonnie G. Shifton Blanche and Bob Shindell Frank Siccardi Bob Sichel Dr. Martin S. Siegel Linda Sievertson Margaret Jean Simmons Stephen Simpson Kay S. Slonim Aldine Slosson Donald Smith, M.D. Tonina L. Smith David C. Smith

Mary M. Smith Heidi Snyder Tillie Snyder Mr. & Mrs. Samuel & Sylvia Soferman Vilem Sokol Robert Sommers Mary Sorensen Suzanne Spano Carrie Sparlin Josephine Spear Janna Spinner Barbara Spinney Erica Springstead Elizabeth C. Staeheli Laurie Stanton Robert Steffens Joanne Marie Stenerson John “Jack” Stern Jr. Liz Stevens Alexandra Elise Stevenson Alexandra Stevenson Russell G. Stewart Judith Marlene Stickley Charles G. Stipp Shanda Maisha Stone Tina Stone David L. Storgaard Joseph Stroum Mary K. Strunk Carole Sullivan Kerry Sussex Donald G. Sweazey Kay Sweazey Swedish Women and Infants Center Swedish Employees Margaret Ann Sylwester Joan Tabrum Steven Taylor Dr. Joseph F. Teply Karen Thaanum Jennifer Thiebaud

Rachel Harper Thomas Eilah Anderson Keeler Thompson Lisa Ryan Thompson Guy Thornton Robert Charles “Bob” Thornton Catherine Tisseront Pearl Wiens Tomicich Totally Teal Toast – Carol Hanson Penny Tracy Peggy Traff Dee McDonald Travis Helen Dee Travis Michael Trazzar Charles H. Trimm Otto Trott, M.D. Effie True and Kevin Gleason Virginia Anne Turner Henry E. Turner, V Blake Tye Turner Jean Tyree Jennifer Ursich Camelita Uy Janet Varco Jeff Veilleux Jean Baur Viereck Pierrette Vogt Iris Wagner Ilyse Wagner Cathy Wagner Bob Walden Mary Waldrop Vikki Walters Joanie Warner Thomas F. Warren Allison Webb Linda Weer Bob Weidner Alexandra Weil Charlotte Gertrude Weil Harold Roth Weil Mia Tiri Weil Philip Aaron Weil

Devorah Weinstein Ronald Weinstein Kathryn P. Welch Carol Westerdahl Cindy Camille (Miller) Weyer Sally Ann Whitaker Lori White Sarah White Cheryl Whitsett Bernice Whittemore Cynthia Wicks Jan Wiedenhoft Gail Wiener Richardvieringa Raymondviese Elijah Wilkins Carlene Beckett Wilms Charles Edwin Wilson C. Joan Wilson Sharel Ann Wilson Julie Wilson Doris Wilson Laurence “Larry” Hull Wilson Linda Withington Bessie A. Wloszkiewicz Roberta Wodlinger Patricia Wolfstone Stanley Wooldridge Toshiko Yakushijin Dorothy Yamada Betty Yurina Ruth Yusen Madelene M. Zanatta Luccio Zappoli Eric and Holly Zimmerman Ethan and Julia Zipkin Walter Zorn Jan Zuber Deanne Zubizarreta

The Swedish Foundation is proud to recognize our donors who have made provisions for Swedish through an estate gift, life income arrangement, or another type of planned gift. Anonymous (27) Dr. George C. Anderson Robert M. and Patricia Arnold Dr. Nancy Auer Ms. Myrtice Barr Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Benezra Dwayne M. Berg Mrs. Flossie Bergum Mrs. Mavis J. Berke Stanton S. Berman, M.D. and Josephine Berman, R.N. Nicholas J. Bez Mr. Peter W. Bigelow Mr. Mason Jay Blacher Anita Braker and Dave Olsen Ms. Marite M. Butners John W. Branch

Mylo and Marion Charlston Mr. Robert D. Cocherell Mr. Milton Cohen Ms. Vera P. Cornall Mr. Trevor J. Culley Barbara E. Deer Mrs. Edna M. Deichl Ms. Margaret M. Dolan Ms. Lura Elverson-White Ms. Diane M. Fathi Marlene Frawley Dr. C. Gordon Hale Drs. Michael and Teresa Hart Mr. Michael W. Hatmaker Ralph and Gail Hendrickson Ms. Jean M. Hilton Mr. and Mrs. David F. Hiscock Dr. H. Clark Hoffman Susun Hosford

Lowell Houtchens* and Marlene Taylor Houtchens Mr. Peter E. Johanson Shannon Jean Johnson, M.D. Mr. Charles P. Johnston Jay and Mary Jayne Jones Mr. George B. Kauffman Mrs. Jeannette W. Kelton Robin Erzinger Knepper Michael Kopp Edith Kraemer Mr. and Mrs. William W. Krippaehne Jr. Dr. and Mrs. B. Richard Levinthal Robert D. Lewis, M.D. and Marcia McGreevy Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Marty Mrs. Gladys J. McIlwain Mr. Thomas W. Mesaros

Elizabeth J. Miller Dr. and Mrs. John Milne Dr. and Mrs. Marr P. Mullen Mr. Jose E. Panganiban Della L. Ramsden Dale P. Reisner, M.D. Charles Salmon and Ginger Robertson Mr. Boyd E. Sharp Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Short Dr. and Mrs. Martin S. Siegel Dr. and Mrs. Todd A. Strumwasser Mrs. Helen R. Stusser Carolyn A. Swanson Ruth and William Vance Jean Baur Viereck Harold and Susan Wachter John and Janet Wang Mrs. Ruby Wiley

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A Gala Dinner and Auction in Support of Swedish Medical Center

The 2012 Fund-A-Need project will support a comprehensive Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Center at Swedish, combining the highest quality of MS clinical care with a wellness gym, educational resources, clinical research and a supportive community.

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Swedish Community Board

Foundation Board of Governors

Campaign Leadership Council

Nancy J. Auer, M.D. Chair Charles S. Lytle Vice Chair Janet True Secretary Teresa Bigelow Donald Brennan John Connors Cheryl Gossman William W. Krippaehne, Jr. Martin Siegel, M.D.

Cheryl Gossman Chair Nancy J. Auer, M.D. Vice Chair Lucius A.D. Andrew III Pattie Arnold Anita Braker Kevin Brown Barbara Buchman Lida Buckner Sarah Everitt Tom Gores J. Scott Harrison Rod Hochman, M.D. Jessica Jensen Hughes Gwendolyn Grim Johnson Lorna Kneeland William W. Krippaehne, Jr. Todd Lee Rae Lembersky Eric Liu Charles S. Lytle Dan Madsen Molly McCullough Kirby McDonald Tracy Morris Michael Peters, M.D. Diane Sabey Janet True Jane Uhlir, M.D. John H. Vassall II, M.D. Jean Baur Viereck

Kirby McDonald Co-Chair David Sabey Co-Chair Janet True Co-Chair Lucius A.D. Andrew III Nancy J. Auer, M.D. Kevin Brown Deborah Crabbe Anne Gittinger Wayne Gittinger Cheryl Gossman Rod Hochman, M.D. Charles S. Lytle Karen Lytle Howard Maron, M.D. John N. Nordstrom Janet Sinegal John H. Vassall II, M.D.

Officers Betsy Vo Corporate Secretary Don Theophilus Executive Director SMC Foundation Dan Harris Corporate Treasurer

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