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MacNews SPRING/SUMMER 2017

VOLUME 37, NUMBER 2

SPECIAL FEATURE

A CAMPUS TRADITION IN THE

SCIENCES Alumni Contributions in the Wider World

THE ALUMNI MAGAZINE OF MACMURRAY COLLEGE


IN THIS ISSUE

1 A Message 2 Commencement 2017 4 Across Campus 10 MacNation 12 Flat Mark’s Journal Mac the Highlander 13 Alumni Feature: Science 14 Stewardship Update: 21 Recent Gatherings 35 Alumni Notes 38 In Memoriam 40 from the President

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Rallying the Alumni across the USA

A flatter view of the MacNation Tour History of the MacMurray mascot

Alumni contributions in the wider world Annual Report of Gifts FY 2016-17

The Alumni Magazine of MacMurray College On the Cover: Ruth Funk ’39 in a 1938 chemistry class.

MacNews Staff

Editor: Marcy Jones ’14 Graphic Designers: Marcy Jones ’14 Contributors: Randi Armstrong David Blanchette ’82 Joanne Ford David Hawsey Alexia Helmer

Assistant Editor: Todd Spann Steven Varble John Honnen Rikki Langan ’11 Todd Spann Steven Spearie ’87 Marie Whaley ’11

MacNews is published two times a year by the Office of Communications and Marketing and is mailed free of charge to MacMurray alumni and friends of the College.

Correspondence

Possible story ideas and Alumni Notes are welcome and should be sent to: MacMurray College Office of Alumni Relations 447 East College Avenue Jacksonville, IL 62650 alumni@mac.edu Printed by Production Press, Jacksonville, IL


A MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT MacMurray College Board of Trustees

Dear alumni and friends, This summer I had the opportunity to spend eight weeks in an RV traveling the country visiting members of MacNation. Along the way, I spoke with hundreds of alumni and friends in 33 states. I talked with more alumni on the trip than I had cups of coffee, and if you followed my travels on social media, you know that number was high. By the time I returned to campus, one thing rang true – the Mac Fam is alive and well all across the United States! In this issue of MacNews, we focus on the sciences. This field of study is a part of an overall academic fabric that has been inspiring achievement and empowering students to make a difference since 1846. The sciences have produced hundreds of Mac alumni who have done wonderful work around the globe. Betty Lowell ’45 Cottle battled her way into the medical field at a time when women were told to stay at home and Norman Foster ’73 is a professor in the neurology department and the director of the Center for Alzheimer’s Care, Imaging and Research at the University of Utah. These are just two examples that you will read about in this issue. As you may already know, MacMurray College is in the midst of much positive change and I ask that everyone in the Mac Fam be a part of this important chapter in

the life of the College. The MacNation Tour allowed me to interact with a significant number of our alumni and to speak with them personally about how essential they are to the future success of the College. As we move forward, we have important opportunities for success. The campus community continues to work diligently to implement the College’s strategic and master plans. These plans will play a key role when the Higher Learning Commission review team visits in December to re-evaluate our accreditation status. I am confident our hard work will pay off and the sanction will be lifted by the HLC. This is a challenging time for the College, but it is also a great opportunity to invest in the future as well as reclaim the rich history on which MacMurray College has built its reputation. I invite you to rally around MacMurray College and help carry on the traditions that have made this College such an important part of your personal history and the history of Jacksonville, Illinois. Sincerely,

Mr. John Blythe ‘74 Ms. Lisa Sappenfield Boyer Mr. Robert Clary ‘80 Mr. Jeff Davidsmeyer ‘85 Ms. Kay Laub Davidsmeyer ‘75 Ms. Karen Lando DiRenzo ’84 Mr. Ernie Downey Mr. David Ekin ‘77 Mr. John Eyth Rev. Beth Gallegly Fender ‘91 Dr. Judith Dozier Hackman ‘63 Rev. Dr. Camilla Pierce Hempstead ‘84 Dr. James Hinchen Bishop Frank Beard Mr. John Nicolay ‘90 Mr. Charles O’Connell ‘69 Ms. Katie Richardson Petrikin ‘77 Ms. Cathy Horn Randall ‘69 Mr. Jim Rayburn ‘71 Ms. Tammy Dugan Robbins ’90 Dr. Michael Royer ‘91 Mr. Mark Sanders ‘82 Mr. Matt Snodgrass Dr. Mark J. Tierno Ms. Debbie Trueblood ‘99 Dr. Amy Martin Waschull ‘95 Ms. Sandy Watson ‘72 Mr. Michael K. Zellmann ‘89

Lifetime Trustees Ms. Josephine Krussell Bennington ‘58 Ms. Nancy Carson Berst ’69 Dr. Frank Bixby Ms. Louise Krussell Bone ‘56 Dr. Dolores Buchler ‘57 Dr. Allen Croessmann ‘68 Dr. Howard Curtis ‘65 Rev. Dr. Howard Daughenbaugh Ms. Millie Deal Ms. Lois Ingels Freeman ‘49 Mr. Bob Freesen Ms. Marva Green Ms. Betty Overbey Hamm ‘47 Mr. David Hart ‘69 Mr. Howard Haynie Dr. Jim Henderson Mr. Bob Hill ‘76 Dr. Bob Kellogg ‘68 Mr. Brent Kizer ‘77 Ms. Joan Carlson Long ‘58 Ms. Carole Lyon McKinney ‘66 Mr. Tim Mlsna ‘69 Mr. Russ Patton ‘66 Dr. Bill Springer Ms. Peggy Smith Sudbrink ‘49 Dr. Ray Thompson ‘61 Ms. Kathryn Thomson Mr. John Austin Van Hook ‘64 Mr. Dick Ware

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Commencement 2 0 17 MacMurray College held its 166th annual Commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 13, in Annie Merner Chapel. Jacksonville native Kathryn Thomson, vice president and associate general counsel for Amazon, gave the keynote address. Thomson’s commencement address urged the graduating class to use the tools provided by their MacMurray education to embrace transitions and challenges in the future, and she made reference to Eleanor Roosevelt’s commencement address at MacMurray in 1947, urging students to “do the thing you think you cannot do to make the world a better place.” The Class of 2017 included 127 graduates. Brandon Staves ’17 was this year’s student speaker and he encouraged his fellow graduates to ask questions and ask for help as they work on achieving their career goals. During the ceremony, Dr. John Cox was awarded Provost Emeritus for his continuous service at MacMurray for over 15 years; an Honorary Doctor of Commerce, Accounting and Business degree was bestowed upon Russell Patton, a MacMurray alumnus; Thomson was given an Honorary Doctor of Law; and Fred D. Lomprez III ’17 was awarded the Gwen Livingstone Pokora Academic Excellence Award for achieving the highest standard of academic excellence in his graduating class. 2


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MacMurray College appoints new provost Beverly Rodgers joined MacMurray College as the new Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Life following a national search last fall. Rodgers came to MacMurray in February from Ottawa University in Ottawa, Kansas, where she served as Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, and professor of anthropology. She previously served as vice president at Leech Lake Tribal College in Cass Lake, Minnesota and was a professor and chair of the Arthur Morgan Fellows at Antioch College in Yellow

Springs, Ohio. “It is my pleasure to welcome Dr. Rodgers to MacMurray,” President Tierno said. “Her knowledge and experience in higher education will greatly benefit MacMurray College and help advance the College’s values that are rooted in the liberal arts.” The Provost serves as chief academic officer and has the responsibility for providing strategic leadership to MacMurray College, and to ensure the College’s faculty and academic programs are of the highest quality – promoting a culture of

student success. Rodgers, who holds a Ph.D. and a M.A. in anthropology from Ohio State University, said that during the interview process she came to understand the strength of the MacMurray community. “The faculty, staff, administration and students exemplified a caring and motivated community dedicated to having MacMurray College present the best educational opportunities possible,” Rodgers said. “Quite simply, I want to be part of that team.” John Cox, who served as interim provost, remained in

the role until Feb. 20. “I want to thank John Cox for providing MacMurray with excellent leadership,” Tierno said. “The work he was able to accomplish at the College made the position of provost highly attractive.”

Deaf UFC fighter speaks to students

MacMurray purchases Franklin Elementary MacMurray College purchased the old Franklin Elementary School building on the corner of South Clay Avenue and Franklin Drive located across from Freesen Football Field on campus. The College’s initial plan is to use a portion of the property for the MacMurray wrestling team. The building will house offices for the coaches and be used for team practices. Additional plans for the building are 4

still under discussion and will be a part of the campus master facilities plan once completed. “We are excited to move forward on this project,” Marcy Jones, director of communications and marketing, said. “Plans for this property are still in the development stage so we will have a better understanding of how we will fully utilize this building once those plans are complete.”

Deaf amateur wrestler and mixed martial artist Matt “The Hammer” Hamill spoke at MacMurray College on Feb. 16. Hamill, the first-ever deaf UFC fighter, talked about how he climbed to the top – beating the odds. Born in Loveland, Ohio, Hamill has been deaf since birth, but he never let that hold him back. He won three NCAA Division III National Championships

at Rochester Institute of Technology and won the gold and silver medals for wrestling in the 1997 Deaflympics. Hamill competed in the Light Heavyweight division of the UFC and was also on Spike TV’s “Ultimate Fighter 3.” As an advocate for deaf and hard-of-hearing groups, Hamill was the subject of the 2010 movie “The Hammer,” about his early life and wrestling career.


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College implements two-school academic structure MacMurray College has reorganized its academic structure by creating a twoschool model – the School of Professional Studies and the School of Arts and Sciences – with senior directors overseeing each school. “The two-school system will be a better fit for a college of MacMurray’s size,” Provost Beverly Rodgers said. Previously, the College’s academic structure included seven divisions with faculty members, known as division chairs, handling the administrative workload as well as normal classroom responsibilities. “That proved to be unwieldy,” Rodgers said.

“With the two schools, we will have two senior directors reporting directly to me, handling the day to day, allowing faculty members to focus on the classroom and their students.” Bruce Liebe, assistant professor of criminal justice and homeland security, will lead the School of Professional Studies, and RJ Stewart, President Joseph R. Harker professor of philosophy and religion, will lead the School of Arts and Sciences. “The new two-school structure will foster a dynamic and creative working relationship between the professional programs and traditional

Liebe liberal arts programs and curriculum,” Stewart said. “It will also help the academic program areas run more efficiently, and will enhance communication between all constituents of the College.” Liebe said that MacMurray College is making great strides forward to further improve

Stewart the administration and operation of the College. “In the end, this will benefit the students by enhancing the product we deliver,” Liebe said. “In turn, their academic experience will likewise be enhanced.” The new academic structure has been fully implemented for the 2017 Fall Semester.

MacMurray partners with Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute at the University of Illinois

MacMurray College has developed an academic relationship with the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute (CIRI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The College’s Senior Director of the School of Professional Studies,

Bruce Liebe, furthered the partnership concept by hosting David M. Nicol director of the Information Trust Institute, and Randall J. Sandone, CIRI executive director. “Your perspectives and insights were most valuable and we are delighted to

have you as a CIRI Partner Institution,” Sandone said. “We look forward to integrating your program into our ongoing CIRI research, education and workforce development initiatives.” The Institute conducts research and education that enhances the resiliency of the nation’s critical infrastructures, and the businesses and public entities that own and operate those assets and systems. CIRI is one of 10 Centers of Excellence established by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology

Directorate’s Office of University Programs. “I envision joint research efforts, internships and faculty professional development opportunities among the mutually beneficial outcomes,” said Liebe. “Critical infrastructure resiliency will continue to be a challenge for government, private sector and nonprofit organizations for the foreseeable future and collaboration is needed to reduce overall risk.”

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HLC assurance argument update During the week of July 24, Monday through Friday, the Assurance Argument Team met together to revise and complete the draft of the assurance argument. The Team includes Dr. Eric Berg, Dr. Allan Metcalf, Kathleen White, Susan Eilering, Dr. Matthew Wiediger and Susan Hall. The assurance argument is MacMurray’s response to the concerns expressed by the Higher Learning Commission when placing MacMurray on probationary status. The document itself can only be 40,000 words. However, that’s rather misleading. We will upload and link many, many documents as evidence of what we have written. These documents include the College’s mission statement, core values, institutional learning outcomes, mission and purpose statements for all

the divisions and departments within the College, the most recent budget and audit findings, programmatic learning outcomes, etc. As I said, many, many documents! The Team based our forward movement on the Strategic Plan and the Campus Master Plan. We have been careful to align our actions with those two documents and will continue to do so moving forward. As each day passed, we edited and revised nearly every sentence to demonstrate that we had addressed each concern of the Higher Learning Commission. We searched and asked others for documentation of our progress. The response from faculty and staff was truly awesome! Rarely did we have to wait even 24 hours for our requests to be fulfilled! Probably the most important thing I can convey

is that with each passing day the team felt more and more comfortable and confident that our progress goes well beyond what the Higher Learning Commission expected us to accomplish in this short time-frame and should be more than sufficient to have probationary status lifted. The Assurance Argument and linked documents will be uploaded to the Higher Learning Commission’s web site and submitted well before the October 9, 2017 deadline. The HLC evaluating team will be on campus in December. The Higher Learning Commission will meet and then provide their response to us in June of 2018. We are ready! Dr. Beverly Rodgers Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs and Student Life

MacMurray appoints new VP of Institutional Advancement and Enrollment Management MacMurray College is pleased to announce that David Hawsey has accepted the position of Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Enrollment Management. Hawsey served in an interim enrollment management role at MacMurray starting in July and quickly impressed the staff with his vast knowledge of higher education. He accepted the newly created position in August. “The MacMurray Family is not just a phrase, it is a real feeling you get once you understand the clear focus the faculty and staff have on our students,” Hawsey said. “While most colleges boast of being student-centered, MacMurray delivers a quality education in a handcrafted way that I have 6

not experienced at other colleges and universities.” Hawsey has served seven other colleges and universities over a 28-year career in higher education in fundraising and enrollment roles at Drexel University, Juniata College, Pacific Lutheran University, Penn State, Albion College, Emory & Henry College and most recently as VP for Enrollment Management and Marketing at Gardner-Webb University in Boiling Springs, N.C. A Navy veteran who served two tours in the Middle East during the American hostage crisis in Iran, Hawsey worked in software development and corporate communications before beginning his career in higher education. President Mark Tierno said, “I am confident that David’s skills will assist us all in moving the College’s ambitious strategic plan forward. His role will be crucial in optimizing efforts in institutional advancement, marketing and recruiting to ensure a strong future for MacMurray College.”


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Mac student has article published in police magazine

MacMurray College sophomore Alex Hafliger, double-major in criminal justice and homeland security, had an article published in the February 2017 edition of the American Police Beat magazine. The article, “Learning How Important Police Are: This Kid Gets It!,” recounts

his recent experience attending the Annual Central Illinois Policeman’s Ball. Hafliger credits this experience as the moment he realized the commitment and sacrifices required of law enforcement officers. “As a criminal justice student here at MacMurray College, I had the privilege of representing my school at an event in support of our nation’s local law enforcement,” said Hafliger. “Throughout the evening, I was constantly shocked by how little I knew about the personal aspect of law enforcement. I now

recognize that policing is not simply a job. Policing is a style of life, and an officer is never truly ‘off the clock.’” Hafliger, whose dream is to become an Illinois State Police Trooper, has developed an interest in writing through the inspiration of Robert Elliott, assistant professor of criminal justice, and Jamie Toland, his high school English teacher. In his first semester at MacMurray, Hafliger found out that Elliott was not only a retired Illinois State Police Trooper, but he’s also had articles published in the American

Police Beat. This set the course for Hafliger to write and submit an article himself. Along with the inspiration of Elliott, Hafliger said that he will never forget the words that Toland said to him, “If you’re passionate about one thing, and you’re just as passionate about another, then you aren’t doing yourself a favor by not just doing both. Why would anyone want to do anything else?” Hafliger plans to continue studying what he’s passionate about, as well as writing more on the subject.

Mac grads selected for Graduate Public Service Internships

Mortar Board students volunteer at Ronald McDonald House

Five recent graduates of MacMurray College were selected for Graduate Public Service Internships through the University of Illinois Springfield. Emily Lascody, Luke Lavin, and Fred Lomprez III of Springfield, Brittany Spicer of Danville, and Daniel Williams of Carrollton are attending graduate school at UIS, and all were offered internship positions through a competitive selection process. Students are selected by State of Illinois agencies to learn and work in areas relating to their majors while completing their graduate degrees.  All five MacMurray graduates majored in

Members of the Mortar Board National Honor Society volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House located in Springfield, Ill. this past February. The students provided dinner for the families staying in the house and discussed the importance of those benefits which the Ronald McDonald House provides for families with children in the hospital. Mortar Board is a national honor society recognizing college seniors who display exemplary scholarship, leadership and service. Mortar Board students conduct service projects on campus and in the community, and the chapter serves as a social organization for its members.

accounting at MacMurray. Dana Bangert, assistant professor of accounting, said, “It has been exciting to see these students’ skills and knowledge develop over the course of their education.” The Mac grads received five of the 53 available GPSI appointments. l Emily Lascody, Auditor General l Luke Lavin, Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity l Fred Lomprez III, Department of Financial and Professional Regulation l Brittany Spicer, Department of Children and Family Services l Daniel Williams, Auditor General

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Director Liebe article in national journal Bruce Liebe, senior director of the school of professional studies and assistant professor of homeland security, wrote an article, “ICS and Unified Command: A Decade Later,” that is featured in the fall 2016 edition of The Tactical Edge, which is the journal of the National Tactical Officers Association. The article examines the Incident Command System (ICS) which was mandated nationally through the National Incident Management System after 9/11. Specifically, Liebe examines the successes and shortcomings of ICS a decade after its implementation. Recommendations are made as to how identified shortcomings may be addressed. “An outcome of this article is that I am now collaborating with command personnel with the Oceanside (California) Police Department,” Liebe said. “The purpose of this collaboration is to identify potential approaches to address crisis decision making in the time between the incident commander’s arrival at a situation in chaos to a point where a level of order has been restored. This period is commonly referred to as the golden hour and precedes the ability to implement ICS.”

Elliott travels to China to build academic relationships Robert Elliott, assistant professor of criminal justice and homeland security, was in China this year advocating for MacMurray College’s involvement with colleges and universities in China. While there, Elliott met with a university vice-president, college deans, professors and students. He said that he now has a contact for a live videoconference during his Fall 2017 MacMurray College First Year Experience class. “My take away from the trip is that the college administrators in China are anxious to establish partnerships with U.S. colleges,” Elliott said. 

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Dr. Berg to chair special session at Camus conference Dr. Eric Berg, professor of philosophy, has been asked by the Albert Camus Society to chair a special session on teaching Camus at the Joint U.S./U.K. Albert Camus Society Conference held at the Pedagogical University of Kraków in Poland in November of 2017. The proceedings of the conference will be published and Berg will serve as editor of the English version of the text.

Social work students present research to city council In January, Dr. Joe Squillace, lead faculty and professor of the Social Work Program, and students Megan Burtle, Mackenzie Kelly, Samantha Knox, Chelsie Owen and Jasmine Warren presented their research on the Jacksonville Commission on Disabilities and Human Relations Needs Assessment to the Jacksonville City Council. The needs assessment analyzes key issues from the perspective of Morgan County citizens relating to employment, education, transportation, health care, housing, food and nutrition, and access to local government services. “We hope this to be an informative tool for public discussion and an informative tool for the local municipal government, local organizations and businesses,” stated Squillace. “We do not take any official positions at the conclusion of this study; our hope is to provide an objective assessment of the data from respondent citizens of the survey to help inform public discussion and action. Our goal is the continued improvement of the community and the services it offers to the disabled and other minority communities.”


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MacMurray student athletes play in DIII Classic Three MacMurray football players attended a three-day event where they were acquainted with coaches and teammates and competed in the Division III Senior Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on Dec. 17. Coy Dorothy, DeAndre Harris and David Powell were each invited to participate in this high honor event following their successful season as Highlanders. The Senior Classic began in 2009 with hopes to create an All-Star game for Division III football players that would provide them the opportunity to be observed by pro scouts. The Senior Classic is built for the elite of Division III football, and gives small college athletes a chance at achieving professional status.

MacMurray Alumnus signs professional football contract

Four-year starter and MacMurray record holder Coy Dorothy ’17 signed a professional football contract with the Cedar Rapids Titans of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Dorothy joined the Titans in week 13 of play following his graduation from MacMurray College, and has agreed to a contract for the remainder of the 2017 season as a quarterback. “I was super excited and blessed to receive the call that they were going to offer me a contract,” Dorothy said. “After my tryout, I had received positive feedback so I definitely had

high hopes.” During his time at MacMurray College, Dorothy was named to the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference first all-conference team twice, and broke every quarterback career statistic in MacMurray’s record books. Following his 2017 contract, Dorothy discussed moving back home to Hamilton, Ill. to continue on with his passion for the game. “I hope to begin my career in the business world, but it would mean everything to have the opportunity to coach within my hometown community,” said Dorothy. “Reflecting back to where I started as a player and as a person goes back to my coaches. My coaches did not just teach plays on the field, but life lessons of which I am forever grateful. I want to do that. I want to pay it forward and help others reach their full potential.” The Titans are a part of the Indoor Football League (IFL) which consists of ten teams across the United States. The IFL entered its ninth season of play this year and has several alumni that have moved on to the national football league.

Long reaches career milestone MacMurray College forward, Brent Long captured his 1,000th career point on Jan. 28 against Greenville College. “This is a great accomplishment for Brent,” said Head Men’s Basketball Coach Todd Creal. “Scoring 1,000 points at any level is a true testament to the ability of being consistently competitive.” Long averaged 19.7 points a game and put up double digits, points and rebounds throughout the team’s 25 games. With his consistency, Creal has no doubts that Long is on pace to place a spot in the MacMurray record books for points and rebounds. Long’s play this year earned him second team All-Conference honors and he finished the 2016-17 season with 470 points and 226 rebounds. “He has one more year, and I expect he will quickly climb the scoring list here at MacMurray. At his current rate he could easily finish top five all-time,” Coach Creal said.

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For eight weeks this summer, MacMurray College President Mark Tierno lived in an RV as he traveled across the United States to “rally the alumni.” The President’s MacNation Tour officially began on June 1 with a kick-off party in Jacksonville, Illinois, where Tierno unveiled the RV that was uniquely wrapped for the tour. President Tierno traveled for 55 days and drove 14,169 miles through 33 states where he attended 66 alumni events and donor visits. He met over 850 alumni, friends and students from all over the country as he made his way through Southern California, the Pacific Northwest, the Heartland, East Coast and all throughout the South. “The tour was about reconnecting with alumni and reconnecting the College with the people who matter most, and I think to a great extent we have achieved that,” President Tierno said. “The future of MacMurray College will be determined by the interest, involvement and commitment of the alumni, so I went out into the United States of America to rally the alumni.” He had six co-drivers join him for the ride which included various members of the Jacksonville community and MacMurray alumni and staff. There was even a “Flat Mark” that joined in on the adventure. (Read more about “Flat Mark’s” adventures on page 12.) The various alumni events ranged from watching the San Diego Padres play the Cincinnati Reds at Petco Park in San Diego, Calif., cruising on Lake Minnetonka in Minneapolis, Minn. to watching our very own MacMurray alumni perform in Mary Poppins at The Muni in Springfield, Ill. and War Paint in New York City. Throughout the trip, President Tierno connected with the Spirit of MacNation in ways that he never imagined when he started. “The core values of Mac - Knowledge, Faith, Service, Wisdom, Duty, Reverence – they really mean something to the people I’ve met,” President Tierno said. “I found that Spirit all over the United States and the Spirit of MacNation has returned to campus,” President Tierno said as the new school mascot, Mac the Highlander, walked out from the MacNation RV. (Read more about Mac the Highlander on page 13.) “We’re all about the students,” President Tierno said. “All of this effort has been so that we will have a fantastic place for students to come and study and learn and have a future. This is MacMurray College.” 10 10 10


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FACETIME HIGHLANDERS HISTORY...AND THE NEW MASCOT Depictions of the MacMurray mascot over the past 60 years.

The story of Mac the Highlander began with the College’s eighth president, Dr. Clarence McClelland, and James MacMurray, a wealthy and prominent Chicago businessman and former Illinois state senator. In 1926, the two men, both from Scottish backgrounds, worked together to launch a twenty-year campaign that would expand the campus of, what was known then as, the Illinois Women’s College. By 1931, the College had added a science building, dining hall and a residence hall as well as changing its name to the MacMurray College for Women in honor of Sen. MacMurray’s generosity. After the MacMurray College for Men was established and the first class of men arrived in 1957, the freshmen were given the opportunity to choose the College’s mascot and seal. Sticking to our Scottish heritage, the freshmen chose the Highlanders, the Tullibardine tartan plaid (the plaid of the Murray clan), and the Highland Times as the name for the school newspaper. The students were also given three different seals to choose from that were designed by Howard Sidman, an art professor at the College. On July 26, 2017, our mascot officially embodied the Spirit of MacMurray College and Mac the Highlander was re-introduced to alumni, students and friends of the College. Donned in the official MacMurray College tartan, Mac reminds us all to show our highlander spirit and to be proud to call MacMurray College our alma mater.

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alumni | feature

SCIENCES

A CAMPUS TRADITION IN THE

SCIENCES The sciences at MacMurray College are an integral part of a liberal arts education, which can lead to even greater understanding and pursuits inside and outside of the campus community. We are proud to feature a number of accomplished alumni who have taken their education beyond the confines of the campus classroom, and expanded their influence and knowledge into the wider world.

“MacMurray College showed me the wide range of possibilities. I was also exposed to the many broad areas of intellectual life.” - Dr. Norman L. Foster ‘73 14 14


Thinking broadly about the brain

Dr. Norman L. Foster, M.D. ‘73 said he appreciates the liberal arts education he received at MacMurray College now more than ever. The ways it has come into play for the Director of the Center for Alzheimer’s Care, Imaging and Research (CACIR) and Professor of Neurology at the University of Utah are, though, “completely unpredictable,” he admitted. u Recently reading a book on phenomenology, the philosophical study of the structures of experience and consciousness, summoned for Foster the memory of former MacMurray philosophy professor and author Richard Palmer. u At the University of Utah, Foster team taught, with an ethnologist and a music composer, an undergraduate course on Aging and Alzheimer’s, an interdisciplinary approach that included literature, anthropology, music and medicine. u The development of what may be a groundbreaking dementia care mobile device, which recently got another round of funding from the National Institute on Aging, part of the National Institutes of Health, has put to use Foster’s marketing and business skills. Foster may have known walking into MacMurray that he wanted to be a physician, but “I don’t know if I would have attended so many theatre performances or so many concerts if I hadn’t been exposed to all the disciplines and all the academic areas (I was exposed to),” he said. The Jacksonville, Ill. native also got a sage piece of advice at his dorm orientation at Michelson Hall. “(The presenter) told us that this was a rare opportunity to define who we were,” said Foster. “I remembered that.” A biology and chemistry major who trained at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Foster spent two-plus decades as a faculty member at the University of Michigan where he founded the state’s first dementia clinic before helping establish CACIR. Foster, who is also a Senior Investigator at The Brain Institute at the University of Utah, has carved out an international reputation in the field of neurology with his research focused primarily on brain imaging. Foster and his colleagues have recently shown that positron emission tomography (PET) imaging that produces 3-D color images of the functional processes within the human body can help distinguish between Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia. An active version of the Memory Care Partner, a smartphone application and tablet computer Foster and a team of researchers developed that will provide guidance to patients and families with concerns about memory loss, is currently being tested.  The goals, said Foster, are to help people “better navigate the often daunting process of seeking quality memory loss care” along with providing patients “a high quality of life and keeping social connections.” “These are difficult discussions to have,” acknowledged Foster, concerning the subject of memory loss. “This is a threat to self-image. It’s disruptive. It requires changes in lifestyles that people are unwilling to take. “With Memory Care Partner, we’re trying to reach people before they meet the clinical threshold.” Foster, a presenter at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference in London earlier this summer, said he’s convinced that time he spent as a youth with older neighbors and his ability to easily communicate with them shepherded his way to the field. “I’m challenged intellectually by complexity. I rush towards it,” admitted Foster, who received the College’s Young Alumni Award in 1983 and Honorary Doctor of Science in 1995. “I’ve always been attracted by doing things that can make a difference. “Between those two things, how much more can you ask for?” - Steven Spearie ’87

Louis P. and Evelyn A. Foster Fund for Scholarly Pursuits funds faculty and student research This past spring the MacMurray College Chemistry Department teamed up with the Illinois Grape Growers and Vinters Association to determine if chemical components of Rosé wines can be correlated with sensory appeal. Nadine Szczepanski ‘79, Shonle Professor of Chemistry, and junior biology major and chemistry minor, Victoria Trujillo (pictured), of Red Bud, Ill., presented their research proposal to the College community on Dec. 8 in Julian Hall. Trujillo finished the research and presented their poster on the research at the national meeting of the American Chemical Society in Washington, DC in August. The project is part of a faculty and student team research initiative made possible by the Louis P. and Evelyn A. Foster Fund for Scholarly Pursuits. Established by Dr. Norman ‘73 and Dr. Carol Foster, the Louis P. and Evelyn A. Foster Fund for Scholarly Pursuits honors Mr. and Mrs. Foster’s commitment to education and recognizes the importance of creating opportunities for students to engage in research. Throughout MacMurray’s rich history, one finds many examples where the opportunity to engage in an exciting research project led to previously unimagined careers. The purpose of the fund is to stimulate interest of both faculty and students in academic pursuits of all kinds and to challenge them to think in new ways and inspire them to accomplish more than they previously thought possible. In addition, the Louis P. and Evelyn A. Foster Fund for Scholarly Pursuits serves as a stimulus to other donors to contribute toward this goal.

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SCIENCES

Creating a life of

SERVICE Betty Lowell ’45 Cottle grew up the daughter of a Methodist minister in Brooklyn, New York, during the Great Depression. Like most families during that time, they had no money but her father understood the value of an education. As any good Methodist minister would do, he looked for a Methodist college that would give his daughter a quality education at a fair price. He found MacMurray College. “I came here on a Greyhound Bus in 1942 and spent three years at MacMurray,” Cottle said. “I went two semesters in the summer so I could graduate early. I got here simply because my father looked up the schools where, as a preacher’s kid, I could get a reasonable discount and receive a quality education.” Cottle spent much of her time

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studying and working. “I was always looking for a way to make money because we didn’t have any. I waited tables in McClelland Hall. I got a job at the National Enamel and Stamping Company which I was able to work at because I knew how to use a scale through my experience in chemistry.” It was in chemistry and mathematics where Cottle shined – with a goal of continuing to medical school. “MacMurray wasn’t known for chemistry and math at that point,” Cottle said. “I was actually really concerned by that at the time. Graduating from MacMurray, which was unknown back east, and to be a female and to get into medical school was a real accomplishment.” In fact, Cottle was accepted into three medical schools – Long Island College of Medicine, Columbia and New York University (NYU). “I had to decide between three great schools, which was a tough choice,” Cottle said. To help with the decision, she visited Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan which was divided into four sections – Columbia, Cornell, NYU and what they called an open division. Since Cottle was accepted at Columbia and NYU, she went to see both schools in action. “I noticed the NYU students had dirty lab coats, that


had to mean they were more involved in the work; while the Columbia students had nice white starched lab coats so I figured they couldn’t be working or doing anything. So, I chose, much to everybody’s surprise, NYU.” As fortunate as she was to be accepted at three great medical schools, it was never easy trying to make it in a field of nearly all men at a time when women were assumed to stay home and take care of the family. When she arrived at NYU, Cottle was in a class that consisted of 128 men and five women. It was a constant battle everywhere she went, one that she never stopped fighting. “Women were not plentiful,” Cottle said. “In fact, the first 10 years of my career were spent listening to men tell me I was taking the place of a man who could practice.” Cottle’s career started in Brooklyn practicing anesthesiology. Her husband, Harold, who she met during their residency, was working in the field of forensic pathology. “My husband was mostly tied into academia, and I practiced anesthesiology in Brooklyn, became chairman of a department and had a clinical professorship,” Cottle said. “We did that for a while, had three children and suddenly we got tired, restless with New York City.” After some searching, they settled on the Altoona area of Pennsylvania. “We moved mostly because my husband could do his forensics,” Cottle said. “And when I got there, I’ll tell you, they weren’t too happy with me in Pennsylvania trying to work in the medical field.” There were no women physicians in the area. Cottle’s résumé was just as good as or better than any man, but she was consistently asked questions like “who will take care of your home?” This type of thinking kept her working in New York and traveling back and forth to Pennsylvania. After about a year, she was finally offered a position at Mercy Hospital in Altoona – a place she would be associated with in several capacities from an Attending to a Medical Director until she retired at age 75. Today, Cottle still lives in the same house near Altoona that she has for over 40 years. At 92 years old, she stays as active as she can – you can find her swimming in her pool almost every day during the summer. Cottle feels very fortunate to have had the choices she has had after graduating from MacMurray. “MacMurray was a great place, they treated me very well,” Cottle said. “I have to tell you though, I married a man that went to Dartmouth and his attitude was to call MacMurray a little cow college – but let me tell you – that little cow college got me accepted into three medical schools.”

Graduates speak on campus about careers in healthcare Kelli Ruppel ’11 Turner is a Certified Physician Assistant working for Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Springfield. She is also contracted to work at the University of Illinois Springfield as a primary care provider in the campus Health Services’ Clinic. Turner believes that MacMurray College helped prepare her for where she is today. “MacMurray provided me with a skillset to not only succeed in graduate school, but also in my career,” Turner said. “At MacMurray, I feel that a sense of community and teamwork were greatly emphasized which has helped me to collaborate with my colleagues.” She also credits MacMurray for teaching her how to better understand other cultures and their beliefs, as well as encouraging her to think freely and independently as she lives a life full of learning. All of these tools, along with the guidance of caring professors, which she received at MacMurray have given her the skills she needs to assess, diagnose and treat the many patients she sees on a daily basis.

Turner (left) and Having (right) presented to MacMurray students on Apr. 22, 2016.

Emmilyne Having ’10, Pharmacy Manager at Wal-Mart in Keokuk, Iowa, always knew she wanted to go into healthcare as her profession. It runs in her family. Her mother worked as an LPN and her father was a medic in the military. Having was also impacted by her years at MacMurray. “I met some amazing people at Mac that truly helped shape me into the person I am today.” Having continued, “I learned that stuff doesn’t always go as planned, especially in chemistry lab, and sometimes you have to re-evaluate things and take a new approach. That has benefited me a lot in my career.” She returned to campus in April 2016 along with fellow alumna Kelli Ruppel Turner. The two spoke with current students about their careers, applying for graduate school and their experiences at Mac. 17


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SCIENCES

MIXING IT UP An intriguing combination of chemistry and art

Lillian Gischke Korous graduated cum laude from MacMurray College in 1960, a place that prepared her for a career in chemistry. Korous was always fascinated with science and that passion was honed during her years at MacMurray College. “Just by coming and visiting, I liked what I saw,” Korous said. “It was a small women’s college not too far from home, a train ride away, and I felt that women’s education was taken seriously at MacMurray.” However, it was the Cartwright Scholarship she was awarded that sealed the deal. “That and a small job in the mail room sorting mail almost cleared tuition for me,” Korous said. “My parents could not afford much, so this was all very good.” When Korous was a first-year student, there were five chemistry majors in her class – all women since MacMurrary was still a women’s college in 1956. “All of us were taken seriously as learners by Dr. William Baily and Dr. Bruce Campbell who were inorganic and organic chemistry professors, respectively.” After graduation, she accepted a position at UOP Inc., a petroleum process development company that also manufactured catalysts and food additives. Korous worked in UOP labs in Des Plaines and McCook, Illinois for a total of 26 years where she developed analytical methods using gas chromatography. UOP allowed her time off for raising her children as well as some years working part-time to take care of family. She retired as a senior development chemist in 1993 along with her husband, Jim, who worked at UOP for 37 years. They raised two children, a daughter and a son. Their daughter, Jill Korous Kording graduated from Mac in 1990 with a BSN in nursing, and is currently on staff at Passavant Hospital in Jacksonville. Korous has lived in Jacksonville since 2006 to be with her daughter and family after her husband of 41 years passed away in 2005. She keeps busy being creative and has had some of her work featured in an art show at MacMurray in 2010. She especially enjoys painting with acrylics, watercolors and pastels, writing, and spending time in her garden. 18

Athletic interests lead to work in gene therapy Emily Moffit Nance ’08 currently works as a research technician for the Indiana University Vector Production Facility where she examines and tests vectors used in gene therapy to see if they are safe to be used on patients. “It is very exciting to be a part of something that has potential to save millions of lives,” she said. Although Nance originally came to MacMurray to study physical therapy, she found that the smaller class sizes allowed for more oneon-one time with professors, as well as the ability to thrive and explore different areas within the Biology major. She also gained the experience of working with a team as she was assigned to work in small groups for a number of different projects. “Being exposed to this prepared me for life after college, especially life within a research lab setting,” Nance stated. “I work in close proximity with people who are from all over the globe.” While at MacMurray, Nance was also impacted by her softball coach, Coach Whitaker, and says that most of her fondest memories during her time at Mac involve the softball team.

Emily Nance ’08 shown with her husband Michael ’08.


ACHIEVING POTENTIAL

Meeting challenges on campus leads to even greater success “MacMurray College contributed a great deal to my future success. First and foremost, I received an excellent liberal arts education. Secondly, I had wonderful mentors in the biologic sciences - Dr. Herbert Sierke and Dr. Richard Freiburg. They challenged me to perform at a high level and always supported my interests in biologic research. Perhaps the most important contribution that MacMurray made to my career was to allow me to understand and achieve my intellectual potential. While facing the many challenges that occur during an undergraduate education, I gradually realized that I could meet the challenges and go on to even greater ones.” Dr. Andrew B. Onderdonk graduated from MacMurray College in 1969 with a bachelor of arts degree in biology. He was a member of the soccer team, in which he lettered and was a Varsity “M” member. After graduation, he attended the University of Missouri where he received his master’s degree in 1971 and his Ph.D. in 1973, both in microbiology. He conducted postdoctoral work as a public health service fellow in the Department of Medicine for UCLA, working in the Infectious Diseases Service. Onderdonk served as assistant professor of medicine, microbiology and veterinary medicine beginning in 1977 at Tufts University in Boston, Mass. In 1981, he began work as an associate professor in Tufts’ Department of Comparative Medicine, Microbiology and Pathology. Then in 1984, while working at Tufts, he began as a lecturer at Harvard University and in 1990 became associate professor of pathology at Harvard Medical School. In 1999, he was promoted to the rank of full professor at Harvard Medical School and was awarded an honorary master’s degree from Harvard University. His professional positions and appointments include work throughout Boston at Tufts New England Medical Center,

Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and Channing Laboratory. He has served as a consultant to Scott Laboratories; Upjohn Pharmaceutical; Veterans Administration Central Office Research; Canadian Research Council in Toronto, Canada; Labline Industries; SmithKline Beecham; Proctor and Gamble; and Genzyme Corporation and Osmetech Ltd. in Crewe, England. He has also been involved with Alpha Beta Technology and the Museum of Science in Boston. In 1999, he was elected editor-in-chief for the Journal of Clinical Microbiology. In 2003, he was asked to serve as the principal investigator for Harvard Medical School Biodefense Laboratory, whose aim is to develop better diagnostic tests, vaccines and therapeutic agents as part of a federal government initiative to provide better protection against agents that may be used as biologic weapons. His work has included numerous major grants, postdoctoral fellows trained, and presentations given in Puerto Rico, the Netherlands, Spain, Canada, Germany and Thailand. He was the founder of the Society for Microbial Ecology and Disease and the co-founder of the International Society for Anaerobic Bacteria. His bibliography includes over 100 original published articles, numerous reviews and abstracts. His current research is focused on the study of the human microbiome, in collaboration with the Broad Institute at MIT, and the role of the neonatal intestinal microflora in the development of atopic responses in children. Onderdonk also recently completed a chapter for Harrison’s Textbook of Medicine, the most widely used reference text for physicians in the world. He holds several patents and has been listed in Marquis Who’s Who in the World in 2008. - David Blanchette ’82 19


A DAY OF GIVING NOVEMBER 28, 2017

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season. As you focus on your holiday and end-of-year giving, keep MacMurray College in mind. More than ever before, our students are looking for ways to gain experience. Establishing and leading campus organizations is something our students take pride in, and students look to our supporters to help fund these leadership opportunities. Your philanthropic support demonstrates your commitment to helping students connect their passion to a purpose. Through your contribution, choose to support: • Academic Programs • Academic Scholarships • Athletics • Student Life Programs Follow us on social media platforms to support MacMurray College this #GivingTuesday. facebook.com/MacMurrayAlumni/ twitter.com/MacMurray1846

Consider making your gift to the Annual Fund Campaign on #GivingTuesday www.mac.edu/alumni_giving | 217-479-7024


2016 -17 STEWARDSHIP UPDATE:

ANNUAL REPOR T OF G IF T S

M A C M U R R A Y

C O L L E G E

Dear Alumni, Friends and Family: I became a full-time member of the “Mac Fam” just a short while ago after serving two months as an interim consultant to various offices on campus. My original plan was to return to my North Carolina home in early October, but along the way something happened. Everyone continually talked about the “Mac Fam,” but without specific examples of what this meant I could not quite grasp the concept. Just a short while ago, I actually felt this phenomenon, and soon I did not want to leave. The MacMurray Family is best experienced through the personal attention and mentoring our professors provide their students, the ways in which our staff support daily life on campus, and the unusually high level of regard alumni hold for their alma mater. While many colleges say this, I have not seen this kind of commitment to preserving a culture of caring among the seven colleges and universities I’ve served over nearly three decades. It truly is remarkable. There is a new energy on campus, a feeling of real momentum. I invite you to be part of this momentum and MacMurray’s future by investing in one or more of our four categories of support: • The Annual Fund has immediate impact on the College and supports programs across campus. • The Endowment Campaign grows the “savings fund” for the College’s future. • The Highlander Athletic Fund provides direct support to improve athletic facilities. • The Presidential Priorities Campaign supports capital improvements and programs that benefit all of our students. I offer my personal thanks to all those donors who are recognized on the following pages. Your support is critical to moving MacMurray forward and on behalf of our entire campus, thank you for supporting us in this pivotal year! Sincerely, David Hawsey Vice President for Institutional Advancement & Enrollment Management

WE CELEBRATE AND APPRECIATE YOUR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTIONS

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GIFTS & GIVING SUMMARY | FY 2016-17

$1,570,213 40s GREAT JOB!

HIGHEST % OF GIVING! $111,799 Phonathon calls secured

High giving percentages allow us to leverage grants and other resources.

Donors gave from

49 STATES & 2 FOREIGN COUNTRIES Thank you Switzerland & Canada!

The largest gift received was

$200,000

Large gifts are greatly appreciated, but we also place importance on ANY gift. Each individual and class that gives allows us to show high alumni support to other funding organizations.

The smallest gift was

$2

1856 Society | $50,000 or more MacMurray College – established in 1846 by the Illinois Conference of the Methodist Church as Illinois Female Academy, later named Illinois Women’s College, and finally renamed in 1931 to honor the College’s generous benefactor and Illinois Senator James E. MacMurray – has always depended on gifts from supporters like you.

Cartwright Society | $25,000 to $49,999 Peter Cartwright (1785-1872) – one of the College’s founders and the first president of the board of trustees – is a legendary preacher, speaker and activist who dedicated himself to religion, politics and education. In the 1860s, he insured the survival of the College through his generous support.

Akers Society | $10,000 to $24,999 Peter Akers (1790-1886) – a principal founder of the College and president of the board of trustees – was instrumental in overseeing the College’s early financial, academic and physical development. After a major fire in 1872, Akers rallied financial support to sustain and grow the College. 22

60s

$347,898

Biggest Donor Group:

ALUMNI (thank you!)

70s

Top 3 Decades by Amount Given

The giving levels used throughout this booklet are as follows:

Other Donor Groups

$1,222,315

$186,553

1958! CLASS OF

$358,513

Fiscal Year 2016-17 began June 1, 2016 and ended May 31, 2017.

$534,236

Total raised FY 2016-17

The other donor groups include: Foundations | $77,671.95 Friends | $57,029.56 Corporations | $168,220.62 Religious Groups | $26,252.24 Faculty and Staff | $15,893.34 Parents | $2,830.07

Presidential Priorities $313,308

MacMurray MacMurray Endowment Annual Fund $215,635 Athletic $1,026,792 Fund $14,478

GIFT DESIGNATIONS

President’s Council | $5,000 to $9,999 Throughout MacMurray’s history, 16 presidents have served the College, working with generous supporters like you to strengthen the institution.

Michalson Associates | $2,500 to $4,999 Gorden E. Michalson (1911-1996) – the College’s 10th president – was an engaging conversationalist and powerful debater who refocused the College’s mission on providing students with a superior liberal arts education.

Harker Associates | $1,000 to $2,499 Joseph R. Harker (1853-1938) – the College’s 7th president – elevated the College’s academic status, increased the endowment and added several new buildings during his 32-year tenure.

McClelland Gold Level | $500 to $999 McClelland Silver Level | $250 to $499 McClelland Bronze Level | $100 to $249

Clarence P. McClelland (1883-1974) – the College’s 8th president – was a progressive educator who carried out campus expansion projects, increased the endowment and saw enrollment double during his 27 years at the College.


CLASS GIVING | FY 2016-17 Class Year

Active Alumni

Number of Donors

Percent Participation

1940 14 2 1942 15 1 1943 23 3 1944 26 3 1945 29 4 1946 44 10 1947 45 8 1948 59 11 1949 69 11 1950 53 14 1951 62 7 1952 43 5 1953 58 13 1954 46 6 1955 69 13 1956 65 17 1957 70 12 1958 64 23 1959 65 17 1960 84 16 1961 113 27 1962 137 31 1963 129 33 1964 155 34 1965 144 42 1966 155 51 1967 163 34 1968 188 43 1969 209 47 1970 141 24 1971 171 29 1972 202 29 1973 194 20 1974 193 25 1975 163 14 1976 161 14 1977 157 13 1978 132 14

Total Given

14% $125,124.40 7% $100.00 13% $2,600.00 12% $11,025.00 14% $201,075.00 23% $11,173.00 18% $2,350.00 19% $10,753.00 16% $170,035.44 26% $3,750.00 11% $375.00 12% $432.20 22% $6,225.00 13% $3,775.00 19% $3,242.56 26% $12,497.00 17% $11,900.00 36% $32,507.78 26% $6,420.00 19% $174,798.74 24% $8,020.00 23% $21,430.00 26% $10,535.00 22% $15,425.00 29% $19,305.00 33% $49,296.28 21% $11,785.01 23% $24,669.45 22% $23,248.09 17% $10,275.00 17% $12,895.00 14% $19,055.00 10% $61,476.02 13% $23,489.74 9% $8,275.00 9% $19,520.00 8% $24,180.96 11% $3,646.68

TOP 10 CLASSES by Amount Given 1945 $201,075.00 1960 $174,798.74 1949 $170,035.44 1940 $125,124.40 1973 $61,476.02

1966 $49,296.28 1958 $32,507.78 1968 $24,669.45 1977 $24,180.96 1974 $23,489.74

Class Year

Active Alumni

Number of Donors

1979 133 1980 137 1981 147 1982 136 1983 133 1984 155 1985 134 1986 107 1987 108 1988 125 1989 138 1990 167 1991 129 1992 169 1993 134 1994 174 1995 196 1996 197 1997 186 1998 195 1999 147 2000 160 2001 149 2002 173 2003 182 2004 194 2005 202 2006 169 2007 128 2008 189 2009 150 2010 173 2011 129 2012 107 2013 142 2014 156 2015 107 2016 141

18 17 15 10 9 13 11 8 6 5 10 11 13 6 6 6 6 8 8 9 8 4 4 10 1 5 2 6 2 7 8 4 8 4 5 5 2 5

Percent Participation

14% 12% 10% 7% 7% 8% 8% 7% 6% 4% 7% 7% 10% 4% 4% 3% 3% 4% 4% 5% 5% 3% 3% 6% 1% 3% 1% 4% 2% 4% 5% 2% 6% 4% 4% 3% 2% 4%

Total Given

$3,740.00 $4,322.00 $6,260.00 $2,725.00 $2,245.00 $2,395.00 $5,870.00 $635.00 $550.00 $725.00 $2,050.00 $7,695.00 $10,025.00 $295.00 $1,415.00 $420.00 $1,202.00 $1,300.00 $987.75 $1,015.00 $1,860.00 $450.00 $420.00 $860.06 $135.00 $1,150.00 $70.00 $1,265.00 $70.07 $410.08 $535.00 $255.00 $830.00 $230.00 $192.00 $345.00 $45.00 $635.00

TOP 10 CLASSES by Participation 1958 35.94% 1966 32.90% 1965 29.17% 1950 26.42% 1956 26.15%

1959 26.15% 1963 25.58% 1961 23.89% 1968 22.87% 1946 22.73% 23


ALUMNI | FY 2016-17 1940s

1846 Society *Mrs. Elizabeth Forrer Applebee ‘40 *Ms. Dorothy Lippincott ‘45 Ms. Margareta Smith Sudbrink ‘49 Akers Society Mrs. Joan Lukeman Fry ‘44 *Mrs. Margaret J. Moran ‘48 *Mrs. Jean Knauss Welch ‘46 and Mr. William Welch Harker Associates Mrs. Betty Overbey Hamm ‘47 Mrs. Avis Fleming Sexton ‘47 *Mrs. Maryann Eustice Spangler ‘45 Mrs. Jean Barnett Stearns ‘43 McClelland Gold Level Mrs. Amy Cargill Brainerd ‘44 *Mrs. Florence M. Glander ‘43 Mrs. Phyllis Smith Langenhan ‘46 and Mr. John Langenhan Dr. Norma R. Mason ‘49 McClelland Silver Level Ms. Martha Hughes ‘46 Mrs. Joan Essley Lawson ‘44 and Mr. David Lawson Dr. Peggy Craven Tigerman ‘48

1950s

McClelland Bronze Level Mrs. Rosanna Shanks Caridad ‘46 and Mr. Carlos Caridad Mrs. June Clark Cheney ‘43 Ms. Bernice Grunig ‘48 Mrs. Freda Sanders Johnson ‘47 and Mr. Edgar Johnson Mrs. Betty Reece Johnston ‘46 Mrs. Frances Lane Kirchhofer ‘49 and Mr. Don Kirchhofer Mrs. Beatrice Wong Lau ‘40 and Mr. Hing Lau Mrs. Joann Miller Moles ‘42 and Mr. J. B. Moles Mrs. Jean Stevens Myers ‘47 Mrs. Rose Marie Nelson True ‘49 and Mr. Lawrence True Mrs. Elizabeth Platt Wandell ‘48 Mrs. Dorothy Stonecipher Wham ‘46

President’s Council Ms. Catherine Frugoli ‘56

Donors Mrs. Elizabeth Roecker Alt ‘45 Mrs. Eloise Dugger Ambrose ‘47 and Mr. James Ambrose Mrs. Dorothy Frazier Anderson ‘48 Mrs. Marjorie Kraemer Asztalos ‘47 and Mr. Michael Asztalos Mrs. Mary Ann Mittelstaed Austin ‘48 Mrs. Charlotte Tanton Bash ‘46 and Mr. William Bash Mrs. Jean Vasconcellos Bowen ‘46 and Mr. Charles Bowen 24

Mrs. Elizabeth Crane Carlson ‘49 and Mr. Kenneth Carlson Mrs. Lois Helm Cole ‘47 Mrs. Mary Dickenson Cooper ‘49 Mrs. Harriet Scott Follmer ‘48 and Mr. Harley Follmer Mrs. Mary Floro Grojean ‘49 and Mr. Joe Grojean Mrs. Barbara McCord Groover ‘48 Mrs. Corinne Schwarzenbacher Hammer ‘49 Mrs. Ferol Vaughn Henry ‘49 Dr. Jean Scammon Hyland ‘48 Mrs. Marian Cooper Jones ‘49 Mrs. Esther Chambers Moser ‘49 Mrs. Velma Bland Paluch ‘46 and Mr. Adolph Paluch Mrs. Carolyn Craver Potter ‘48 and Mr. Carman Potter Mrs. Joyce Truckenbrod Schmitt ‘48 Mrs. Florence Wylie Sears ‘45 Mrs. Margery Irwin Surbaugh ‘47 Mrs. Shirley Bacher Teefey ‘46

Akers Society Dr. Dolores Buchler ‘57 Mrs. Joan Carlson Long ‘58 Mrs. Joan Shaw Williams ‘58

Michalson Associates Mrs. Louise Krussell Bone ‘56 and *Dr. Ernst C. Bone Ms. Shirley Chang ‘59 Mrs. Mary Geiger Fletcher ‘54 and Mr. Gerald Fletcher Dr. Carolyn Clawson Prickett ‘53 Mrs. Mary L. Schnirring ‘50 Harker Associates Mrs. Josephine Krussell Bennington ‘58 and Dr. James Bennington Dr. Patricia Bauer Burnette ‘58 and Dr. Rand Burnette Mrs. Merritta Norvell Florence ‘54 Mrs. Barbara Wilson Kittle ‘58 and Mr. Paul Kittle *Mrs. Charlotte Allen Klaubert ‘55 *Mrs. Juliann Bruce Lutz ‘58 and Mr. John Lutz Ms. Alice Post ‘53 Mrs. Laura Combs Pratt ‘59 and Mr. Richard Pratt Mrs. Carolyn Jokisch Wilson ‘56 Mrs. Marilyn Menchhoff Wurzburger ‘53 McClelland Gold Level Dr. Joan Sampson Anderson ‘57 Mrs. Carol Ross Brudnak ‘59 Mrs. Marilyn Mansfield Henry ‘57

Mrs. Virginia Zimmer Lomax ‘56 Mrs. Dorothy Anderson Metzel ‘55 Mrs. Marina Chiames Phelps ‘58 McClelland Silver Level Mrs. Elizabeth Caldwell Aldridge ‘53 Mrs. Anabel Burgh Crane ‘58 and Mr. Bradford Crane Mrs. Gail F. Dahlquist ‘58 Mrs. Lois Claus Fisher ‘50 and Mr. Robert Fisher Mrs. Elizabeth Dinius Gray ‘55 Mrs. Marlaina Eickstaedt Krause ‘58 and Mr. Daniel Krause Mrs. Joan Lint McLees ‘50 *Ms. Nancy V. Miller ‘59 Ms. Geraldine Staadecker ‘59 and Mr. Stephen Gilbert McClelland Bronze Level Mrs. June Gustafson Arteberry ‘56 and Mr. D. G. Arteberry Mrs. Judith Martin Bergmann ‘57 Mrs. Barbara Griffith Boehm ‘50 Mrs. Shirley Schmidtberger Bosler ‘56 and Mr. James Bosler Mrs. Joan Shade Caldwell ‘50 Mrs. Joanne Kriege Cruickshank ‘56 and Mr. Ian Cruickshank Mrs. Mary Haberkamp Eisenmann ‘54 and Mr. LeRoy Eisenmann Mrs. Eleanor Eberle Fernau ‘58 Mrs. Carol Crain Flint ‘58 and Mr. Richard Flint Mrs. JoAnne Williams Foster ‘56 Mrs. Charlotte Sunderland Heaton ‘58 and Mr. F. Alan Heaton Mrs. Mary VanAmberg Hickey ‘59 Mrs. Ruth Miller Jones ‘59 and Mr. Edwin Jones Mrs. Alice Anne Hoff Lacquement ‘59 and Mr. Richard Lacquement Mrs. Constance Brand Lacquement ‘55 and Mr. Hubert Lacquement Mrs. Jean Bengel Laughlin ‘50 Mrs. Joan Van Horn Linsley ‘56 and Mr. William Linsley Mrs. Olive Chen Liu ‘58 and Mr. Thomas Liu Mrs. Marjorie Doolin Maday ‘50 and Mr. Clarence Maday Mrs. Janet Johnston McCannon ‘59 Mrs. Roberta Middendorf McKee ‘55 Mrs. Virginia Nielsen McRae ‘58 and Mr. Lawrence McRae Mrs. Barbara Beckhelm Moore ‘57 and Mr. Richard Moore Mrs. Vivian Lynch Mussatto ‘50

Mrs. Joan Stansbury Petty ‘59 and Mr. Philip Petty Mrs. Lois Cohenour Potter ‘59 Mrs. Judith Hendrickson Reid ‘58 and Mr. Charles Reid *Ms. Ruth Barley Rench ‘52 Mrs. Susan Gardner Salmon ‘59 and Mr. Ralph Salmon Mrs. Nancy Jackson Schmidt ‘58 Mrs. Patricia Ward Schuneman ‘58 and Mr. Raymond Schuneman Mrs. Sarah Brown Shaw ‘52 Mrs. Carolyn Degitz Smick ‘58 and Mr. Kenneth Smick Mrs. Virginia Hall Snedecor ‘55 Mrs. Barbara Chrystie Sundberg ‘59 and Mr. Richard Sundberg Mrs. Joan Rupert Swearingen ‘57 Mrs. Eleanor Jarvis Syverson ‘56 Ms. Janet Capsel Thomas ‘53 Mrs. Ruth Cohenour Unik ‘57 Ms. Joyce Bogardus Walker ‘57 and Mr. Jon Wakelyn Mrs. Betty Lawson Walters ‘58 and Mr. Frederick Walters Mrs. Joan Martin Walton ‘52 Mrs. Meda Wallin Wang ‘54 and Mr. Jesse Wang Mrs. Shirley Reed Williamson ‘51 Mrs. Audrey Cunningham Wright ‘56 and Mr. Bruce Wright Mrs. Clarissa Carter Young ‘51 and Mr. Robert Young Mrs. Mary Schulze Young ‘56 and Mr. Barrett Young Donors *Mrs. Nelda Walker Bishop ‘51 Mrs. Janet Pires Bolland ‘56 and Mr. Thomas Bolland Mrs. Donna Bright ‘59 Ms. Barbara Rockwell Calhoun ‘59 Mrs. Anne Bishop Coles ‘54 Mrs. Janet Hendrickson Darlington ‘58 Mrs. Gloria Brown Delinger ‘55 and Mr. Leo Delinger Mrs. Betty Ann Bode Dudgeon ‘51 Mrs. Carol Sutton Edwards ‘50 and Mr. Harold Edwards Mrs. Peggy Somers Frank ‘58 and Mr. Russell Frank Mrs. Joyce Kelman Goldberg ‘54 and Mr. Richard Goldberg Mrs. Onley Cahill Groh ‘56 and Mr. Norman Groh Mrs. Dorothy Hunt Hahn ‘55 Mrs. Mary Murray Hapeman ‘57 and Mr. James Hapeman *Mrs. Yvonne Mason Hiatt ‘52 Mrs. Mary Potter Horton ‘53 and Mr. Edward Horton Mrs. Sonya Custer Hueholt ‘56 and Mr. Richard Hueholt *deceased


Mrs. Martha Simpson Keeney ‘53 and Mr. Lenville Keeney Mrs. Carolyn Kimble Lanker ‘51 *Ms. Nancy Floyd Law ‘52 Mrs. Sophia Pao Lin ‘59 and Mr. Yi-Guang Lin Mrs. Carolyn Brewer Looker ‘55 and Mr. Olin Leo Looker Mrs. Gladys Fuller McCann ‘53 and Mr. Russell McCann Mrs. Lorna Shewhart Meyers ‘50 and Mr. Lyman Meyers Ms. Marilyn Ronsholdt Morgan ‘50 Mrs. Jeanne Tyler Nelson ‘55 and Mr. Robert Nelson Mrs. Helen Lenz Nolte ‘58 and Mr. William Nolte Mrs. Patricia Ivy Parker ‘51 and Mr. James Parker Mrs. June Weeks Patterson ‘58 and Mr. James Patterson Mrs. Jane Johnston Perry ‘59 and Mr. Donald Perry Mrs. Suzanne Fiolek Rauch ‘53 Mrs. Elaine Barger Reis-El Bara ‘57 Mrs. Natalie Wiggers Riecks ‘55 Mrs. Ann Noonan Root ‘53 and Mr. William Root Mrs. Barbara Littelle Samoore ‘56 and Mr. Bruce Samoore Mrs. Barbara DeFreitas Shanahan ‘57 and Mr. Joseph Shanahan Mrs. Barbara Lewis Sloane ‘50 and Mr. Thomas Sloane Mrs. Betty Morris Stivers ‘53 Mrs. Elizabeth Wass Swartzel ‘51 and Mr. Ellis Swartzel Mrs. Catherine Robinson Thompson ‘55 Mrs. Janet Cox Tolchin ‘55 and Mr. Leon Tolchin Mrs. Susan Turner Walden ‘57 and Mr. Kenneth Walden Mrs. Suzanne Dobbins Wear ‘53 and Mr. James Wear Mrs. Jo Ann Ledbetter Wilkinson ‘50 Mrs. Sara Kikendall Wilkinson ‘56 and Mr. Harry Wilkinson Mrs. Jeannette Lane Wofford ‘50 Mrs. Joan Venard Wolter ‘53 and Mr. John Wolter

1960s

1846 Society *Mr. George Weber ‘60 Akers Society Dr. Cheuk-Kin Chau ‘62 and Mrs. Theresa Chau Dr. Allen Croessmann ‘68 and Mrs. Nancy Teel Croessmann ‘69 Ms. Joy Fett ‘66

The Honorable Larry McKinney ‘66 and Mrs. Carole Lyon McKinney ‘66 President’s Council Ms. Judith Akers ‘66 Mr. S. David Berst, Jr. ‘68 and Mrs. Nancy Carson Berst ‘69 Mr. Charles O’Connell ‘69 and Dr. Jo Ellen VerSteegh O’Connell ‘69 Mrs. Catherine Horn Randall ‘69 and Mr. Robert Randall Michalson Associates Mr. Raymond Bonner ‘64 and Ms. Jane Perlez Reverend Carol Knox Cory ‘61 and Mr. Jay Althouse Dr. Richard Flynn ‘64 and Mrs. Jani Koopman Flynn ‘64 Mrs. Avalon Marcum Gibson ‘62 Dr. Judith Dozier Hackman ‘63 Ms. Mary Lou Hicks ‘67 Mr. John Hildebrant ‘65 Dr. George Jackson III ‘65 and Mrs. Edith Southwell Jackson ‘66 Mr. David G. Johnson ‘65 Prof. Judith Hamer McKenzie, Ph.D. ‘64 Ms. Marcia J. Wherry ‘65 Harker Associates Mrs. Rita Sinclair Bahan ‘67 Ms. Paula Banzhaf ‘66 and Mr. William Kawecki Mr. Michael J. Bertolette ‘66 Mr. Edward Bierman ‘68 Mr. Timothy Campbell ‘68 and Mrs. Sara Claussen Campbell ‘70 Mrs. Barbara Bond Coultas ‘68 and Mr. William Coultas Dr. Howard Curtis ‘65 and Mrs. Cathy Curtis Ms. Patricia Doyle-Grace ‘66 and Mr. Pete Grace Mr. Thomas Fichtel ‘64 and Mrs. Judy Dodd Fichtel ‘63 Dr. Richard Hayes ‘69 and Mrs. Anne Hayes Mr. David Hoener ‘62 and Mrs. Lisa Hoener Mr. Raymond Jast ‘69 and Mrs. Mary Jast Dr. Robert Kellogg ‘68 and Mrs. Catherine Kellogg Mr. John O. Kent ‘64 Mrs. Ellen Green Kuroghlian ‘67 and Mr. Jerry Kuroghlian Dr. Richard Ledesma ‘63 and Mrs. Dorothy Simpson Ledesma ‘63 Mr. David McMurray ‘63 and Mrs. Marsha Evans McMurray ‘64 Mr. Timothy Mlsna ‘69 and Dr. Kathryn Mlsna Dr. William Patterson ‘67 and Mrs. Joan Patterson

Col. James Pettitt III ‘61 Mr. Richard Phelan ‘66 and Mrs. Judith Phelan Mrs. Wendy Pettit Prettyman ‘67 and Mr. Theodore Prettyman Dr. Stephen Roderick ‘66 Mr. William Slevin, Jr. ‘66 Mr. John Austin Van Hook ‘64 Mr. Keith W. Walker ‘68 Mr. Richard Williams ‘69 and Mrs. Judith Pitsch Williams ‘70 Dr. David Woodrum ‘61 and Mrs. Susan Woodrum McClelland Gold Level Dr. Rudolph Almasy ‘64 and Mrs. Helen Almasy Mrs. Virginia Clayton Bender ‘60 and Mr. William Bender Ms. Bonita Wegner Bryant ‘60 The Honorable Robert B. Cochonour ‘61 Mr. Larry Dirst ‘69 and Mrs. Deborah Smego Dirst ‘71 Mr. Mason M. Finks ‘68 Ms. Elaine Fluck ‘61 Mrs. Bette Petrofsky Flynn ‘65 and Mr. William Flynn Mrs. Kay Heeren Gaines ‘65 Mr. Walter Githens II ‘65 and Mrs. Sandra Lind Githens ‘65 Mrs. Shirley Ginder Hanson ‘62 and Mr. David Hanson Dr. Robert Head ‘63 Mr. Thomas R. Hull ‘68 Mr. Christopher Jones ‘63 and Mrs. Margaret Jones Dr. George Knafl ‘66 and Dr. Kathleen Astin Knafl ‘68 Mr. Robert Koeller ‘62 and Mrs. Marlene Meyer Koeller ‘61 Mr. Michael Kuehl ‘68 and Mrs. Linda Cook Kuehl ‘69 Mr. Frederick Lewis ‘67 and Mrs. Sue Kasper Lewis ‘68 Mr. Bernd Mayer ‘69 and Mrs. Kathleen Mayer Ms. Mary Meyer Mitchell-Stites ‘62 and Mr. Max Mitchell-Stites Dr. Margaret Draper Moore ‘65 Mr. Ronald Otto ‘69 and Mrs. Kathy Otto Mr. John Packard ‘69 and Mrs. Karen Packard *Mrs. Christine Hill Reseigh ‘62 and Mr. Christopher Reseigh Mrs. Carol Vieira Rivera ‘69 and Mr. Alvin Rivera Mrs. Patricia R. Scholes ‘68 Reverend Walter Smith III ‘66 and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Mr. Harry Stinespring III ‘65 and Mrs. Jan Stinespring Mr. Charles E. Waters ‘66 Mrs. Margaret Rood Wichmann ‘68 and Mr. Charles Wichmann

Mr. Gary Wikoff ‘62 and Mrs. Connie Wikoff Rev. Dr. James J. Wisecup ‘66 McClelland Silver Level Mr. Herbert Barth ‘67 Ms. Alice Jones Botkin ‘67 and Mr. David Botkin Dr. C. Sue Coonrad Bryant ‘67 and Mr. F. D. Bryant Dr. David Bucher ‘65 and Mrs. Peggy Greenacre Bucher ‘66 Mr. Dale Campbell ‘66 and Mrs. Helen Ellingson Campbell ‘65 Mrs. Melissa Colvin Clark ‘65 and Mr. Donald Clark Mrs. Joan Smyth Clayton ‘69 and Mr. William Clayton Dr. Warren Copeland ‘65 and Mrs. Clara Coolman Copeland ‘65 Ms. Michal Crawford-Zimring ‘66 and Mr. Franklin CrawfordZimring Mrs. Joan Petrofsky Dickinson ‘67 Mr. Robert Engelke ‘67 Reverend Raymond Fleming, Jr. ‘63 and Mrs. Marcia Myers Fleming ‘63 Mrs. Mary Beth Foldi ‘68 Mrs. Beverly Buzzard Friese ‘64 and Mr. Michael Friese Mrs. Margaret Shafer Fuller ‘66 and Mr. Gordon Fuller Mrs. Peggy Pruett Gilson ‘64 and Mr. Carl Gilson Ms. Elaine Harwood ‘65 Mr. J. David Ingles ‘65 and Mrs. Carol Ingles Mr. William Kneebone, Jr. ‘63 and Mrs. Susan Miller Kneebone ‘65 Mrs. Dorothy Delabar Kraemer ‘63 Mr. Larry Krulac ‘63 and Mrs. Bonnie Bell Krulac ‘63 Mr. George Malleck III ‘68 and Mrs. Anne Malleck Mrs. Marjorie Totushek McMullan ‘62 and Mr. Jay McMullan Ms. Melodee Melin ‘68 and Mr. Kenneth Melin Mr. Paul Moore ‘64 and Mrs. Barbara Moore Dr. Dennis Mueller ‘68 and Mrs. Linda Mueller Mr. Matthew Nicoll ‘69 and Mrs. Mary Nicoll Dr. Carolyn Olsen ‘63 and Mr. David L. Ellison Mrs. Emily Fay Osburn ‘63 Mrs. Sandra Richie Pickering ‘61 Mrs. Penelope A. Power ‘60 Mrs. Rosalie Rohrer Preckwinkle ‘62 and Mr. George Preckwinkle Mr. Wayne Shannon ‘63 and Mrs. Donna Shannon Mr. Robert Smith ‘67 and Mrs. Mary Smith *deceased

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Mr. Thomas Staggs ‘65 and Mrs. Anna Staggs Mr. Richard Starr ‘69 and Mrs. Joyce Starr Mrs. Nancy Burkhart Strack ‘63 and Mr. Allen Strack Dr. William Sturm, Jr. ‘63 and Mrs. Susan Sturm Mr. Reginald Syrcle ‘64 and Mrs. Susan Syrcle Mr. James Teesdale ‘65 Ms. Lois Teesdale ‘69 Mr. John Austin Tuthill ‘67 and Mrs. Sheila Tuthill Mr. Arthur Wernicke ‘65 and Mrs. Barbara Wernicke Reverend Merle S. Wood ‘62 Mr. Edwin Wright, Jr. ‘66 and Mrs. Eva Wright Mrs. Judith Hudson Young ‘60 and Mr. William Young Mrs. Shirley Davis Zinn ‘63 and Mr. Robert Zinn McClelland Bronze Level Dr. Molly Orr Alcott ‘62 Mrs. Mary Brass Allen ‘62 and Mr. Dewayne Allen Mrs. Elaine Kontominas Alquist ‘66 Ms. Jill M. Alsup ‘62 Ms. Joan Stewart Anderson ‘69 Ms. Marvelene Carlson Beach ‘66 Ms. Deborah Bean ‘68 Mr. Dennis Beard ‘65 and Mrs. Lonna Blattenberger Beard ‘65 Mr. David Becker ‘64 Ms. Ruth A. Berry ‘66 Mr. David Birch ‘66 Mr. David Bosserman ‘62 and Dr. Olivia Cadaval ‘65 Mr. Charles Bradburn ‘61 and Mrs. Marilyn Bradburn Mrs. Lynn Kaselow Burgdorff ‘68 and Mr. Samuel Burgdorff Dr. James Campbell ‘61 and Mrs. Sharon Campbell Dr. Charles Cappell ‘68 and Mrs. Karlene Cappell Mrs. Kathleen McCartney Carrell ‘67 and Mr. Frederick Carrell Mr. William Celander ‘64 and Mrs. Carol Celander Mrs. Ruth Malone Chaffee ‘68 Mrs. Betty Criswell Clough ‘61 and Mrs. David Clough Ms. Judith Cohrs ‘64 Mrs. Sue McKay Collard ‘67 Mrs. Olivia Russell Colvin ‘63 and Col. John Colvin Mr. Robert Conant ‘62 and Mrs. Katherine Palmer Conant ‘68 Ms. Susan Gross Conner ‘69 Mrs. Kathleen Kirk Daschbach ‘66 and Mr. Thomas Daschbach Mr. Charles Dreyfuss ‘66 and Mrs. Sherry Cazel Dreyfuss ‘67

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Dr. Ronald Durbin ‘61 and Mrs. Susan Durbin Mr. James Dyber ‘67 and Mrs. Elizabeth Dyber Mr. Philip English ‘65 Mrs. Judith Blain Eskridge ‘63 and Mr. Howard Eskridge Dr. Joan Fagerburg ‘61 Mr. Austin Flanigan ‘62 and Mrs. Janet Flanigan Mr. R. Thomas Flynn ‘63 and Mrs. Kate Niebling Flynn ‘64 Dr. Barbara Smith Gebhardt ‘67 Mrs. Helen Hurt Gehrenbeck ‘62 Ms. Carol Gent ‘66 Mrs. Alice Turner Girdler ‘61 and Mr. Richard Girdler Ms. Rita Haley ‘61 Mr. James Harding ‘64 and Mrs. Margaret Potter Harding ‘64 Dr. Doris Hardy ‘64 Mr. David Hart ‘69 and Mrs. Lisa Thompson Hart Dr. Brenda Hayes ‘66 Ms. Jane DeNier Hayes ‘69 Mrs. Charlotte Meister Hickerson ‘68 and Mr. Ronald Hickerson Dr. C. Douglas Hindman ‘63 and Mrs. Nancy Hindman Mrs. Sara Herzog Hogan ‘68 and Mr. Lawrence Hogan Mrs. Norma Cormack Hollander ‘62 and Mr. Richard Hollander Ms. Laurie Holloway ‘66 Mr. John Hopton ‘68 and Mrs. Brigit Hopton Mrs. Mary Pierce Hughes ‘66 and Dr. Larry Hughes Mr. Thomas Imming ‘63 and Mrs. Dale Imming Mr. Craig Johnson ‘62 and Mrs. Marcia Johnson Dr. Richard Johnson ‘68 and Mrs. Mary Johnson Mr. Michael Katz ‘65 and Mrs. Lori Katz Ms. Minnie Griffin Keller ‘61 Mr. David Knight ‘69 and Mrs. Margo Knight Ms. Nancy Neis Kopman ‘69 Mrs. Lillian Gischke Korous ‘60 Ms. Elaine Gibbs KuhlmanTrimble ‘66 and Mr. Owen Trimble Ms. Virginia Kyndberg ‘66 Mrs. Margaret Berry Levy ‘66 and Mr. Bernard Levy Ms. Sammy Carithers Little ‘66 Mr. Russell Marks, JD ‘68 and Mrs. Kathryn Marks Mr. James M. Marler ‘65 Mr. Lee Mayer ‘68 and Mrs. Charlene Mayer Mrs. Jeanne Soma McClard ‘65 and Mr. Robert McClard Mr. Michael McKee ‘68 and Mrs. Cynthia McKee

Ms. Charlotte McPherson ‘66 Mrs. Georgiann Rockenbach McVicker ‘63 and Mr. Albert McVicker Mrs. Alice Meister ‘66 and Mr. George Meister Dr. W. Thomas Meyer ‘65 and Mrs. Kay Meyer Mr. Daniel Millstone ‘68 and Mrs. Peggy Millstone Mrs. Susan Bennett Moore ‘68 and Mr. John Moore Ms. Jean Perry Morrow ‘66 Reverend Jerry Morrow ‘66 and Mrs. Joyce Morrow Ms. Vivian Mortensen ‘69 Dr. Jon Moss ‘69 and Mrs. Leith Moss Mr. Scott Muller ‘68 and Mrs. Tina Muller Mr. Richard Nicholls ‘66 Ms. Ruth Nicholson ‘69 Mrs. Ann McCutcheon Niehaus ‘63 and Mr. Frederick Niehaus Mr. William R. Oldenettel ‘64 Dr. Judith K. Olson ‘68 Dr. Lewis J. Overaker ‘64 Mrs. Nancy Koelling Peterson ‘69 and Mr. Gordon Peterson Mrs. Catherine Groom Petroski ‘61 and Mr. Henry Petroski Mr. W. David Phelan ‘69 and Mrs. Louise Phelan Mrs. Judith Major Pointer ‘64 and Mr. Roy Pointer Ms. Patricia Ralph ‘64 Mrs. Meta Thompson Rasmussen ‘67 and Mr. Arne Rasmussen Mrs. Mary Wiese Reid ‘63 and Mr. John Reid Dr. Julie A. Ricking ‘67 Mr. Michael Rooney ‘66 and Mrs. Ruth Rooney Dr. James Rubovits ‘65 and Mrs. Pamela Rubovits Dr. George Schmid, Jr. ‘69 Mr. William R. Smalzer ‘67 Mrs. Lillian Bordner Smith ‘69 and Mr. Thomas Smith Rev. Dr. Theodore Snider ‘67 and Mrs. Kathy Snider Mrs. Louise Bryk Sterett ‘68 and Mr. Larry Sterett Mrs. Susan Brown Still ‘65 and Mr. John Still Dr. Harriet Stow ‘67 and Mr. Larry Crowder Mr. Robert Swan ‘64 and Mrs. Susan Serfling Swan ‘65 Mr. Robert Tournier ‘65 and Mrs. Nancy Cox Tournier ‘67 Mr. Arthur Treuhaft ‘66 and Mrs. Merlene Gee Treuhaft ‘66 Mr. Richard Trout ‘64 and Mrs. Mary Caspers Trout ‘64

Dr. Mark Unland ‘62 and Mrs. Judith Unland Mr. Joseph Walker, Jr. ‘63 and Mrs. Joy Walker Mr. William Weber ‘67 and Mrs. Sharon Weber Dr. Susan Weller ‘65 Mrs. Jane Plumley Wendlandt ‘69 and Mr. Harry Wendlandt Lt. Col. Paul Witthoeft ‘68 and Ms. Mary Buenrostro Dr. Dale Wolff ‘61 and Mrs. Kathleen Wolff Mrs. Betty Sommer Woodmansee ‘61 and Mr. Allan Woodmansee Mr. Richard Worthen ‘64 and Mrs. M. Sherrill Worthen Mr. Robert Ziegler ‘67 and Mrs. Barbara Briese Dr. James R. Zeidler ‘66 Donors Ms. Linda L. Akin ‘69 Mrs. Joyce Hughes Allen ‘60 Mrs. Patricia York Alstrin ‘63 Mrs. Marilee Crain Amendola ‘61 and Mr. Richard Amendola Mr. William Archer, Jr. ‘64 and Mrs. Janet Archer Mrs. Judith Wherry Armstrong ‘69 and Mr. Troy Armstrong Mrs. Sandra Usher Baker ‘69 and Mr. George Brighindi Mr. Jeffrey Baldwin ‘68 and Mrs. Ellen Baldwin Mrs. Carolyn Evans Barris ‘65 and Mr. Gerald Barris Ms. Bonnie Bauler ‘62 Mr. William Beaumont ‘69 Ms. Nancy A. Bell ‘65 Mrs. Linda Lowe Birdsell ‘62 and Mr. Ted Birdsell Ms. Kathryn Bondurant ‘63 Mrs. Joan Brauning Borrelli ‘65 Mrs. Rachel Clark Brown ‘69 and Mr. David Brown Mr. Walter Brown ‘62 and Mrs. Linda Brown Ms. Bonnie Cady ‘67 Mrs. Barbara Schrader Canavan ‘64 and Mr. Thomas Canavan Mrs. Claire Bloomberg Capel ‘65 and Mr. Stephen Capel Mrs. LaRue Fisher Carlson ‘63 and Mr. Warren Carlson Mrs. Rhonda Kinne Cheney ‘68 and Mr. Paul Cheney Mrs. Marilyn Northfelt Coffey ‘64 Mr. Harry Conard, Jr. ‘69 and Mrs. Barbara Conard Mrs. Louise Karas Corder ‘60 Mr. Guy Crumley ‘69 and Mrs. Alexa Virtue Crumley Mrs. Carla Schutte Dahle ‘61 Mr. Robert P. Daniel ‘68 Ms. Elaine Crouch deProsse ‘66


Mrs. Nancy Pennington Dietrich ‘60 and Mr. Donn Dietrich Mrs. Ruth Horton Dunnell ‘63 and Mr. David Dunnell Mr. Robert Eastman, Jr. ‘68 and Mrs. Sally Eastman Mrs. Sharon Hile Eisendrath ‘61 and Mr. Peter Eisendrath Mr. R. Lance Elliott ‘67 and Mrs. Susan Ames Elliott ‘69 Mrs. Sandra Whalen Epstein ‘62 and Mr. Paul Epstein Ms. Gail Ferenc ‘66 Ms. Rebecca Bennett Gaidosz ‘67 Dr. Barbara Conway Gaines ‘61 and Mr. Michael Gaines Ms. Margaret Royce Galvin ‘65 Dr. Robert Gay ‘67 and Mrs. Roberta Schorr Gay ‘76 Mrs. Darlene Wilson Gibson ‘64 and Mr. William Gibson Mrs. Theresa Van Cleve Gibson ‘66 and Mr. Howard Gibson Mrs. Laurel Kelley Gilbert ‘67 and Mr. Wayne Gilbert Mrs. Mary Findlay Goldwag ‘66 and Mr. Edmund Goldwag Dr. Nancy Goodyear ‘67 Mrs. Carole Silvis Hack ‘62 and Mr. Rolf Hack Mrs. Sandra Baker Hall ‘65 and Mr. William Hall Mr. James Hargrave ‘65 and Mrs. Paula Hargrave Dr. Barbara Lane Hart ‘65 Mr. Allan Hedemann ‘60 and Mrs. Carol Hedemann Ms. Gweneth Huegel Henslee ‘63 Dr. Linda G. Hiles ‘66 Mrs. Martha Holmgren Hoeppner ‘66 Dr. Ruth Bosserman Holstein ‘69 and Mr. Stephen Holstein Mrs. Carole Kimes Howard ‘66 and Mr. Charles Howard Mr. Eric Jensen ‘66 and Mrs. Joan Jensen Mr. Arthur Kartman ‘64 Mr. David Kelly ‘68 and Mrs. Sandra Lynn

Mr. Robert Kern ‘67 Mrs. Katherine Merwin Keylor ‘65 and Mr. Daryl Keylor Ms. Carol Hegener Kinzer ‘63 Mrs. Linda Osborn Knip ‘64 Mrs. Jane Peck Kujacznski ‘64 and Mr. Roman Kujacznski Mr. Ross Laderman ‘69 and Mrs. Toby Laderman Mrs. Barbara Titus Lane ‘64 Ms. Barbara Drury Langdon ‘63 Mrs. Ann Smiley Langenfeld ‘60 and Mr. James Langenfeld Mr. Robert Laub ‘69 Mrs. Gloria Story Leskovisek ‘63 and Mr. William Leskovisek Mr. Leslie B. Lipschutz ‘68 Mrs. Mary Jane Schumacher Lively ‘68 and Mr. Thomas Lively Mrs. Marceline Dale Lockhart ‘60 Mr. Donald McCarty ‘61 and Mrs. Sherry Crow McCarty ‘64 Mr. Daniel McDowell ‘62 and Mrs. Karen McDowell Dr. James McGinnis ‘67 and Mrs. Laurie McGinnis Mrs. Karen Kuna McInerney ‘66 and Mr. Michael McInerney Ms. Jacquelyn A. Menefee ‘68 Dr. Muriel Eastham More ‘61 and Mr. Thomas More Mr. Joseph Newton ‘62 and Mrs. Betty Newton Mrs. Kellie Rankin O’Regan ‘65 and Mr. Mark O’Regan Mrs. Patricia Loniewski Panopoulos ‘61 and Mr. Mike Panopoulos Mrs. Mary DeMoss Pendarvis ‘62 and Mr. Dan Pendarvis Mr. Stanley Prendys ‘69 Mrs. Sandra Bates Price ‘60 Mrs. Nancy Potts Rapier ‘69 Mr. David Rex ‘61 and Mrs. Martha Rex Mr. Rodrigue Richard ‘69 and Mrs. Diane Richard Mr. Stuart Robertshaw ‘65 and Mrs. Charlane Robertshaw

Mrs. Judith Cucare Romine ‘62 and Mr. Robert Romine Ms. Bonnie Satterfield ‘65 Mrs. M. Kristine Larson Schneider ‘68 and Mr. William Schneider Mrs. Mary E. Sears ‘67 Ms. Rose Sheeley ‘60 Captain Steve Six ‘60 and Mrs. Marjeta Six Mrs. Frances Stearns Smart ‘69 Mrs. Joan Licata Smith ‘69 and Mr. John Smith Mr. David Tiffany ‘64 and Mrs. Wanda Oney Tiffany ‘63 Mrs. Judith Ellingson Tizon ‘62 and Mr. Carlos Tizon Mrs. Sharon Eustice Twyman ‘61 and Mr. Thomas Twyman Mr. Joseph Van Mol ‘65 and Mrs. Brenda Van Mol Mrs. Barbara Simek Vesper ‘65 Mr. Thomas Von Boeckmann ‘64 and Rev. Nancy Pennell Von Boeckmann ‘64 Dr. Michele Pionke Weber ‘67 and Mr. William Weber Mr. Ray West ‘68 and Mrs. Carolyn West Mrs. Ruth Dierker Wieg ‘69 and Mr. John Wieg Mrs. Cheryl Crouch Wild ‘69 and Mr. David Wild Mrs. Janis Jobe Williams ‘68 Ms. Judy Lukeman Williams ‘61 Mr. William Windels ‘63 and Mrs. Linda Blackwell Windels ‘63 Ms. Linda Wolfe ‘63 Mr. James G. Wood ‘69 Mr. Bernard Woody ‘67 and Mrs. Kay Mateer Woody ‘66 Mr. Warren R. Yates ‘66 Mrs. Janet Chance York ‘60 and Mr. Michael York Mrs. Marsha Miles Young ‘68 Mr. Samuel Zimmerman ‘63 and Mrs. Barbara Trull Zimmerman ‘66 Mrs. Martha McMurray Zumwalt ‘66 and Mr. Samuel Zumwalt

1970s

Cartwright Society Dr. Norman Foster ‘73 and Dr. Carol Foster Akers Society Mr. John Blythe ‘74 and Ms. Jane Denes Mr. Robert Hill ‘76 and Mrs. Jean Hofmann Hill ‘80 Mrs. Kathleen Richardson Petrikin ‘77 and Mr. J. Ronald Petrikin Ms. Sandra Watson ‘72 and Mr. Terry Cullen Mr. William Whiting ‘73 and Mrs. Helen Whiting President’s Council Mrs. Kay Laub Davidsmeyer ‘75 and Mr. P. Devon Davidsmeyer Mrs. Nancy Tribble Parks ‘77 and Mr. Michael Parks Dr. Kristoffer Tumilowicz ‘76 and Mrs. Patricia Tumilowicz Michalson Associates Mrs. Julie Koval Applebee ‘79 and Mr. Andrew Applebee Mr. David Ekin ‘77 Mr. Anthony Licata ‘76 and Mrs. Susan Wyatt Licata ‘74 Mr. William Stanton ‘72 Harker Associates Mr. Dorald Beasley ‘70 and Mrs. Trudy Beasley Mr. Edward Caspers ‘74 and Mrs. Karen Dunn Caspers ‘74 Mr. Charles Freiberger ‘71 and Mrs. Cheryl Freiberger Mr. Gregory Hummel ‘71 and Mrs. Terri Hummel Dr. Climentene Jones ‘71 Mrs. Margaret Lamar King ‘70 and Mr. Steve King Mr. James Long, Jr. ‘70 and Mrs. Renee Long Dr. Pamela J. Lund ‘78 Mr. Thomas Makemson ‘71 and Mrs. Carroll Moore Makemson ‘71

GIFTS CREATE OPPORTUNITIES

Dr. Nadine Szczepanski ‘79, Shonle Professor of Chemistry I have fond memories of my time as a student at Mac. I made life-long friends and got a great education from caring professors. I could not have attended Mac without a generous scholarship, for which I am grateful. I started teaching at Mac in 1991 and have seen many changes during the past 26 years. I am most excited about the changes occurring under President Tierno’s leadership. There is a real commitment to support the natural sciences and chemistry. I donate a small amount to the College every year because I want current and future students to have the same opportunities that I did. 27


Dr. Mary Ellen Mogee ‘70 and Dr. Peter Lubitz Mrs. Mary Reeder Panther ‘77 and Mr. Michael Panther Mr. Martin Phillippe ‘72 Mr. Daniel Pierro ‘76 and Mrs. Roberta Heid Pierro ‘77 Mr. James Rayburn ‘71 and Mrs. Kay Rayburn Dr. Annette Dittmer Schoenberger ‘72 and Mr. Richard Schoenberger Dr. Stephen Seltzer ‘70 and Mrs. Marlene Seltzer Mr. Robert Stanley ‘71 and Mrs. Nancy Stanley Dr. Frank Stephens ‘71 and Mrs. Christine Gibson Stephens ‘72 Mr. Raymond Vasey ‘77 and Mrs. Janet Hess Vasey ‘78 McClelland Gold Level Mr. William Conley, Jr. ‘73 and Mrs. Linda Seacat Conley ‘72 The Honorable Robert Hall ‘74 and Mrs. Denise Deutsch Hall ‘75 Mrs. Marilyn Murphy Marshall ‘77 Mr. Francis Nelson, Jr. ‘75 and Mrs. Jo Ann DuBois Nelson ‘73 Mr. Rodney Runestad ‘71 and Mrs. Mary Rockefeller Runestad ‘72 Mr. Gerald Seibert ‘73 Ms. Sandra Sidler ‘75 and Mr. Dennis Davis Mr. Michael Skrivan ‘77 and Mrs. Kathleen Dumas Skrivan ‘79 Mr. Glenn Smith ‘71 and Mrs. Johnnie Farley Smith ‘71 Dr. James Sorensen ‘70 and Mrs. Laurel Sorensen Mrs. Carol Whyte Talabay ‘70 and Mr. David Talabay Mr. J. Michael Zimmers ‘71 and Mrs. Nancy Zimmers McClelland Silver Level Ms. Vickie Cahill-Myers ‘77 Mr. John Derrer ‘71 and Mrs. Betty Derrer Mr. Denis Desmond ‘70 and Mrs. Ellen Desmond Ms. Judi Sarna Duveen ‘72 Mr. Reginald Harley ‘78 and Mrs. Debra Harley Mrs. Evelyn Hewitt ‘78 and Mr. Edwin Hewitt Mr. Darrell Holmquist ‘72 and Mrs. Suzanne Merrill Holmquist ‘74 Mrs. Bettina Azman Johnson ‘74 and Mr. Eric Johnson Mrs. Cynthia Paulsen Macomber ‘70 Ms. Mary Rita Sheehy Sternberg ‘77 and Mr. Holger Sheehy Sternberg Mrs. Nannette Wolfers Tornblom ‘72 and Mr. Allan Tornblom 28

Mrs. Pamela Vickers Williams ‘77 and Mr. Robert Williams McClelland Bronze Level Mr. Andrew M. Arellano ‘72 Mr. S. Michael Bartletti ‘73 and Mrs. Mary Beth Bartletti Mr. Eugene Beeler ‘70 and Mrs. Christine Kozinski Beeler ‘72 Mr. Philip Bennett ‘72 and Mrs. Marsha Zellmer Bennett ‘71 Ms. Janice Boes ‘72 Mr. Carl W. Bussey ‘70 Ms. Linda S. Coon ‘73 Ms. Kimberly Davis ‘72 Mr. Brian F. Dobias ‘75 Mrs. Helen Leben Duncan ‘72 Reverend William Eastin ‘78 and Reverend Carol Lakota Eastin ‘78 Mrs. Teresa Beasley Erdman ‘78 and Mr. Darrell Erdman Ms. Barbara E. Ferrara ‘71 Mr. John Galowitch ‘75 Mrs. Lenora Jefferson Gates ‘71 and Mr. James Gates, Jr. Dr. Larry Gibson ‘77 Mr. John Gilmour ‘73 and Mrs. Jayceine Gilmour Mr. Wayne Grote ‘78 and Mrs. Lu Ann Grote Ms. Andrea O’Leary Hasten ‘75 and Mr. James Hasten Mr. Gary Heggs ‘74 and Mrs. Luanne Kupsky Heggs ‘75 Mr. Robert A. Heiser ‘74 Mr. Marcus G. Hummel ‘74 Mr. Douglas Hunt ‘73 and Mrs. Merry Hunt Mr. Christopher Hunter ‘75 and Mrs. Michelle Hunter Mrs. Barbara Ray Jenkins ‘71 and Mr. Robert Jenkins Mr. John Johnson ‘71 and Mrs. Nancy Finch Johnson ‘72 Mrs. Ruth Armstrong Johnson ‘73 Dr. Herbert Kasube ‘71 Mr. Craig Klatzco ‘79 and Mrs. Lucyna Klatzco Ms. Alison B. Landers ‘71 Mr. Chris Lapins ‘79 and Mrs. Cheryl Lapins Mr. John Lehman ‘74 and Mrs. Priscilla Johnson Lehman ‘74 Mrs. Luta Riley Lemme ‘74 and Mr. R.C. Lemme Lt. Col. Wendy Bayfield Lenahan ‘73 and Lt. Col. Dennis Lenahan Dr. Carl Linhart ‘71 and Mrs. Marie Linhart Ms. Paula Dumbauld Martinez ‘71 Ms. Carol Ulen McCrary ‘75 Mr. Rodney Miller ‘76 and Mrs. Mary Miller Mrs. Janette Amendola Morgan ‘79 and Mr. Mark Morgan

Mr. Provino Mosca ‘70 and Mrs. Karen Mosca Mr. David Mouri ‘79 and Mrs. Sharon Hazelton Mouri ‘82 Mr. Bruce Nattinger ‘74 and Mrs. Ann Nattinger Ms. Gayle Oguro ‘79 Mr. Willard Olmstead ‘71 and Mrs. Paula Olmstead Mrs. Barbara Scott Ozier ‘76 and Mr. Benny Ozier Mrs. Barbara Hertz Pogoler ‘70 and Mr. Andrew Pogoler Mrs. Mary Defenbaugh Poldek ‘70 Mr. Edward Preston ‘74 and Ms. Mary Kennelly ‘74 Mrs. Carolyn Edwards Proctor ‘72 and Mr. Kevin Proctor Mrs. Molly Fegley Rayner ‘70 and Mr. Jon Rayner Dr. Richard Robertson ‘72 and Mrs. Margaret Gardner Robertson ‘72 Mr. David Rossow ‘72 and Mrs. Ann Maercklein Rossow ‘72 Mrs. Carol Keplinger Sasek ‘71 Mr. Eugene Schmittgens, Jr. ‘79 and Mrs. Jane Schmittgens Mr. Paul Shively ‘75 Mrs. Barbara Juraco Slentz ‘73 and Mr. Edward Slentz Mr. Michael Sweney ‘72 and Mrs. Terri Sweney Dr. Nadine Szczepanski ‘79 Mrs. LaVerne Huber Thompson ‘74 and Mr. Douglas Thompson Mr. Steven Townsley ‘70 and Mrs. Janice Townsley Mrs. F. Tracy Long Tuman ‘73 Dr. John Wakefield ‘70 and Mrs. Vicki Wakefield Ms. Wendy Watkins ‘79 Mr. William Welch ‘75 Mr. Craig Wensberg ‘75 and Mrs. Barbara Wensberg Mr. Joseph Werner ‘73 Ms. Nancy Shoen West ‘77 Mr. Steven West ‘75 and Mrs. Marjorie Sinclair West ‘80 Reverend Thomas Wilber ‘72 and Mrs. Edwina Wilber Ms. Nancy Boehm Witthoeft ‘71 Mr. Larry Yates ‘71 and Mrs. Julie Yates Donors Mrs. Marcia Muench Adams ‘78 and Dr. James Adams Mr. Lawrence Andre ‘72 and Mrs. Connie Andre Mr. David W. Boyd ‘73 Ms. Laura Compton Brandt ‘78 Mrs. Joanna Robinson Broderick ‘70 and Mr. Brian Broderick Mrs. Susan Oaks Bubb ‘79 and Mr. Paul Bubb Mr. F. Steven Burk ‘73 and Mrs. Janice Burk ‘73

Dr. Connie Carter-Clayton ‘78 and Mr. Barry Carter-Clayton Mrs. Debra Williford Cavitt ‘79 Mr. Michael Connolly ‘71 Mr. Mark Conrad ‘78 and Mrs. Virginia Conrad Dr. Barbara Craig-Schniepp ‘72 Mrs. Margaret Murphy Fehrenbacher ‘79 and Mr. Bill Fehrenbacher Dr. Donald R. Fosnacht ‘73 Mr. Joseph Foss III ‘74 and Mrs. Loretta Foss Mr. James Frank ‘74 and Mrs. Rosemary Frank Mrs. Joyce Denney Ginder ‘74 and Mr. Gary Ginder Mrs. Kathleen O’Donnell Gira ‘76 Mr. George Graubner ‘72 and Mrs. Sandra Graubner Mr. Burnell Hackman ‘79 and Mrs. Kathryn Dalton Hackman ‘80 Mrs. Mary Stetson Hansen ‘72 and Mr. Gregg Hansen Dr. Sharon Alusow Hart ‘70 and Mr. Donald Alusow Hart Ms. Judith M. Hines ‘78 Mr. Gary Hirstein ‘75 and Mrs. Mary Hirstein Mr. John Hopkins ‘74 Mr. George W. Hoyns III ‘71 Mr. Kenneth Humes ‘74 Ms. Wendy Jenkins ‘76 and Ms. Marian Pliczka Mrs. Bernetta DeMay Jones ‘73 and Mr. Allen Jones Dr. Edward Kleitsch ‘73 and Mrs. Pamela Kleitsch Mr. James E. Knuckey, Sr. ‘74 Ms. Karla Krueger ‘76 Mrs. Christine Mech Kwiatkowski ‘79 and Mr. Kevinn Kwiatkowski Mr. Michael LaCroix ‘70 and Mrs. Carol LaCroix Ms. Karen Landon ‘76 Ms. Elizabeth A. Learmont ‘70 Ms. Jean M. LeForge ‘70 Mr. James Lothian ‘71 and Mrs. Sharon Lothian Mr. Thomas Mills ‘79 and Mrs. Nancy Mills Mrs. Elisabeth Hogan Murphy ‘73 and Mr. Donald Murphy Mr. Jerome Noble ‘70 Mr. James Ofcarcik ‘77 and Mrs. Amy Bromley Ofcarcik ‘80 Mr. Gilbert Opferman ‘74 and Mrs. Sue Freiburg Opferman ‘73 Mr. Steven Partenheimer ‘72 and Mrs. Linda Partenheimer Ms. Lynn M. Pomplun ‘74 Mrs. Marsha Lackman Raulsten ‘79 and Mr. James Raulsten Mrs. Maureen Mulcahy Reichardt ‘79 and Mr. Paul Reichardt Mr. Daniel Rich ‘71 Mr. Richard Risberg ‘74


Mr. James Robinson ‘72 and Mrs. Caryl Robinson Mr. Gary Rogers ‘74 and Mrs. Carol Rogers Mr. Larry Sample ‘74 and Mrs. Jane Sample Mrs. Ruth Eaton Schemel ‘70 and Mr. Craig Schemel Mrs. Annette Bushell Schmillen ‘79 and Mr. Leonard Schmillen Mrs. Rosemary Royce Schullery ‘72 and Mr. John Schullery Mrs. Carolyn Brelje Schwent ‘73 and Mr. Gary Schwent Mr. Michael P. Sheehan ‘78 Reverend Judith Strorigl Sherk ‘72 Ms. Kathleen A. Shortelle ‘75 Ms. Angela Siligato ‘74 Mrs. Linda Fairchild Smead ‘71 Mr. Eugene Smith, Jr. ‘72 and Mrs. Maureen Smith Mrs. Catherine Grace Sounart ‘74 and Mr. Robert Sounart Dr. Joseph C. Stanton ‘71 Rev. Mary Berkshire Stueben ‘79 and Mr. Allen Stueben Dr. Louis Tanner ‘71 Mrs. Jane Davis Thompson ‘76 and Mr. Herman Thompson Mr. Steven Thompson ‘78 and Mrs. Loretta Thompson Mrs. Carolyn L. Tucker ‘77 Mr. Timothy G. Vasilko ‘76 Ms. Karen A. Winkelman ‘76 Mr. Ronald Wojcicki ‘73 and Mrs. Karen Tolen Wojcicki ‘76

1980s

President’s Council Mr. Jeffrey L. Davidsmeyer ‘85 and Mrs. Teresa Davidsmeyer Mr. Willis Hembree ‘81 and Mrs. Robin Mayberry-Hembree ‘81 Michalson Associates Mr. Robert Clary ‘80 and Mrs. Alisa Bailey Clary ‘79 Harker Associates Captain Karen Lando DiRenzo ‘84 and Lt. Joseph DiRenzo Reverend Michael Fender ‘83 and Reverend Elizabeth Gallegly Fender ‘91 Dr. Ken Runkle ‘83 and Mrs. Lisa Demaree Runkle ‘84 Mr. Mark Sanders ‘82 and Mrs. Tanya Sanders Mr. Michael Zellmann ‘89 McClelland Gold Level Dr. James Althoff ‘89 and Mrs. Kris Darr Althoff ‘89 Mr. Charles Craddock ‘80 and Dr. Ruth White Craddock ‘79 Mr. Steen Poulsen ‘83 and Mrs. Susan Gusse Poulsen ‘84

McClelland Silver Level Mrs. Patricia Petty Becherer ‘85 and Mr. John Becherer Mr. Bradley Boucher ‘84 and Mrs. Kelly Bagley Mr. Michael Cerutti III ‘86 and Mrs. Mary Cerutti Mr. Scott Fearrin ‘87 and Mrs. Kathleen Fearrin Mrs. Deborah Repicky Lanford ‘81 and Mr. David Lanford Mr. William Murray III ‘88 Ms. Rebecca Plymale ‘80 Mr. Timothy J. Price ‘80 Mr. David Simons ‘83 and Mrs. Rachel Simons Mr. Anthony Stevens ‘82 and Mrs. Leisa Stevens Mr. John Young ‘89 and Mrs. Kathryn Lape Young ‘89 McClelland Bronze Level Mr. Andy Anderson ‘81 and Mrs. Amanda Anderson Mr. Thomas Atkins ‘84 and Mrs. Jana Atkins Mrs. Kathleen Milnamow Chwee ‘80 Ms. Gail Combs ‘80 Ms. Trudy Diepholz ‘80 Mrs. Jana Steinmann Flannigan ‘85 and Mr. Charles Flannigan Reverend Camilla Pierce Hempstead ‘84 and Mr. Jeffrey Hempstead Ms. Bernadette Henriott ‘85 and Mr. Edward Regnier Ms. Sara L. Imthurn ‘84 Mr. Thomas R. Jambois ‘81 Mr. Joseph F. Katona ‘87 Mr. John Kelker ‘80 and Mrs. J. LuAnn Kelker Dr. Elizabeth Kvale ‘89 and Mr. Robert Kvale Ms. Julie Kyrouac-Rawlins ‘85 and Mr. James Rawlins Mrs. Patricia Bray Langdon ‘82 and Mr. John Langdon Mr. Richard Laren ‘83 and Mrs. Julie Laren Mr. Bruce Logsdon ‘86 and Mrs. Tracy Logsdon Mrs. Lynne Jeckel Martin ‘84 and Mr. James Martin Mr. Jon Minton ‘83 and Mrs. Geralyn Minton Mr. John Moran ‘88 and Mrs. Marie Moran Dr. Jane Freiburg Nickerson ‘81 and Mrs. Jim Nickerson Ms. Susan K. O’Rorke ‘83 Mr. Clifford Pedersen ‘82 Ms. Heather E. Price ‘87 Mrs. Amy Riley Quaerna ‘88 and Mr. Joseph Quaerna Major Rebecca L. Steckel ‘84 Ms. Heidi L. Swanson ‘81

Mrs. Brenda Farmer Toland ‘84 and Mr. Steve Toland Mrs. Mary Lengermann Wellen ‘83 and Mr. Larry Wellen Dr. Robert Zellmann, Jr. ‘81 and Mrs. Karen Thompson Zellmann ‘80 Donors Mrs. Yvonne Olszewski Anderson ‘85 and Mr. Jeffrey Anderson Ms. Jennifer Ashcroft ‘89 Ms. April Bennington ‘82 and Dr. W. J. Williams Mr. David Blanchette ‘82 and Mrs. Kathy Blanchette Mr. Timothy Burch ‘80 and Mrs. Marilee House Burch ‘83 Mrs. Kathleen Jendras Burns ‘80 and Mr. Arthur Burns Mrs. Christine Hines Cook ‘83 and Mr. Keith Cook Mr. W. Darin Craven ‘89 and Mrs. Pollee Stinebaker Craven ‘91 Mrs. Karen Cannella Crites ‘88 and Mr. Mark Crites Ms. Wendy K. Daniel ‘80 Mrs. Karen Hagen Dickhut ‘80 and Mr. Monte Dickhut Mrs. Laura Esarey Dukett ‘89 and Mr. Drew Dukett Ms. Deborah Rogers Flinn ‘89 and Mr. Randall Rogers Flinn Mrs. Andrea Zellmann Floyd ‘85 Ms. Sheryl Strowmatt Goodall ‘86 and Mr. Steven Goodall Mr. Timothy Greenwell ‘86 and Mrs. Allison Frech Greenwell ‘87 Mr. Scott Guebert ‘87 and Mrs. Tracy Henderson Guebert ‘87 Mr. Richard Hall ‘81 and Mrs. Laura Hall Dr. Linda Hilgenbrinck ‘81 Ms. Melissa L. Ives ‘84 Mr. Steven Jibben ‘86 and Mrs. Monica Jibben Mrs. Veronica Scaccia Karp ‘84 and Mr. Bruce Karp Ms. Colleen Kelly ‘82 Ms. Janet B. Logan ‘80 Mr. M. Tom Lupo ‘82 and Mrs. Elizabeth Weiner Lupo ‘82 Ms. Valarie Magee ‘80 Mrs. Pamela Brackebusch Main ‘87 and Mr. Dean Main Mrs. Nancy Schindler Mawson ‘81 and Mr. David Mawson Mrs. Randi Maxfield ‘86 and Mr. John Maxfield Mr. Jeffrey Menz ‘85 and Mrs. Terry Menz Mr. Paul A. Molinelli ‘81 Mr. Michael Mooney ‘81 and Mrs. Lori Mooney Mr. D. Scott Murphy ‘84 and Mrs. Cynthia Bass Murphy ‘84

Mr. Paul Myers ‘89 and Mrs. Lesa Myers Mr. Kenneth L. Rausch ‘86 Mrs. Mary Hammitt Ross ‘84 and Mr. Barry Ross Ms. Rose F. Ruppel ‘83 Mrs. Carol Scaggs Scharfenberg ‘80 and Mr. Jon Scharfenberg Mrs. Cheryl Ray Scherle ‘82 and Mr. Larry Scherle Ms. Lynne Sheehan ‘81 and Mr. Juergen Wunder Ms. Martha Sherlock ‘86 Mrs. Donna Adams Stare ‘82 and Mr. Allen Stare Mrs. Amy Stevens-Kaufmann ‘85 and Mr. Tom Kaufmann Mr. Robert Stokes ‘80 and Mrs. Susan Stokes Ms. Suzanne Judge Strichman ‘88 and Mr. Adam Strichman Mrs. Joyce Lang Strother ‘81 and Mr. Schell Strother Mrs. Elizabeth Sowers Sudlow ‘89 and Mr. John Sudlow Ms. Ellen Sweeney ‘84 Mr. Scott Taylor ‘87 Mr. Richard Thomas ‘89 and Mrs. Christine Thomas Mr. Maxwell Twum ‘85 and Mrs. Nina Twum Mr. Charles Wuensch ‘81 and Mrs. Sheri Wuensch Mrs. Jill Blanchard Zine ‘85 and Mr. David Zine

1990s

President’s Council Mr. John Nicolay ‘90 Dr. Michael C. Royer ‘91 Harker Associates Dr. Holly Mattix Kramer ‘90 Mrs. Deborah Trueblood ‘99 and Mr. Tom Walker McClelland Gold Level Capt. Rosanne Peters Hartley ‘90 and Mr. Derek Hartley Ms. Lisa Roberts ‘93 and Mr. Michael Roberts Mr. David H. Searby, Jr. ‘96 Dr. Amy Martin Waschull ‘95 and Mr. Matthias Waschull McClelland Silver Level Dr. Cheryl Carlton-Deal ‘94 and Mr. Mark Deal Mrs. Tina Diekemper Cloin ‘97 and Mr. Bill Cloin Ms. Tracy Mazurkiewicz ‘98 Reverend Vincent Rohn ‘96 and Mrs. Leanne Stinson Rohn ‘99 Ms. Barbara D. Sampson ‘93 McClelland Bronze Level Mr. Darryl Adams ‘90 and Mrs. Candice Adams Mrs. Stacy Robinson Beeley ‘96 and Mr. Chad Beeley 29 29


Ms. Julia Harmon Bell ‘92 and Mr. Jeffrey Harmon Bell Mrs. Laura Roth Benjamin ‘97 and Mr. Ron Benjamin Ms. Gayla D. Bennett ‘99 Mr. Martin Bennett ‘96 and Mrs. Heather Bennett Ms. Julie A. Burr ‘91 Mrs. Lois Staff Cannell ‘90 and Mr. Curtis Cannell Mrs. Laura Farero Cuchra ‘91 Ms. Jennifer Curran ‘97 Mrs. Rhonda McDaniel Downs ‘98 and Mr. Charles Downs Mrs. Pauline Brewer Dunk ‘97 and Mr. Maurice Dunk Mrs. Wendy Freeman Easton ‘90 and Mr. Douglas Easton Mrs. Sarah Meyers Hill ‘91 and Mr. Dennis Hill Mr. Michael Krupp ‘97 and Mrs. Sheila Krupp Ms. Jill Bondelli McAvoy ‘96 Lt. Col. Jeffrey McCormack ‘97 and Mrs. Bridget Budnick McCormack ‘95 Mrs. Audrey Hagen Mock ‘90 and Mr. Erwin Mock Mrs. Suzanne Beckmann Mushaney ‘95 and Mr. Todd Mushaney Mr. Matthew Niehaus ‘95 and Mrs. Monica Niehaus Mr. Douglas Partney ‘90 and Mrs. Lora Leverton Partney ‘90 Mrs. Jamie Eshbaugh Pollard ‘93 and Mr. Jacob Pollard Ms. Emily Scott ‘98 Ms. Kristen Sprenger ‘91 Mr. David Thompson ‘98 and Mrs. Lori Thompson Mr. Michael Ward ‘91 and Mrs. Carrie Ward Mrs. Tiffany Hermon Warmowski ‘98 and Mr. Steve Warmowski Mr. Christopher Willis ‘91 Donors Mrs. Ellen Nation Archambo ‘92 and Mr. John Archambo Ms. Shelley Ash ‘90 and Mr. Tom Ash Ms. Kelletta Blackburn ‘97 Mr. Carson N. Dodd ‘95 Mrs. Lynda M. Drake ‘95 Mr. Paul Fairbanks ‘93 and Mrs. Heather Collins Fairbanks ‘94 Mrs. Wilma Shoemaker Geisendorfer ‘93 and Mr. Henry Geisendorfer Mr. Patrick Hake ‘91 and Mrs. Lesli Hake Mr. Robert Hester ‘90 and Mrs. Julie Hester Mrs. Michelle Grossmann Jegl ‘94 and Mr. Jason Jegl 30

Mrs. Angela Titus Kuhn ‘98 and Mr. Craig Kuhn Mr. Jared M. Lamb ‘98 Mr. John R. Langley ‘97 Ms. Deb Larsen ‘98 Mr. Scott Leibfried ‘99 and Mrs. Christina Patterson Leibfried ‘99 Mrs. Kristina Pilkington Lumbeck ‘91 and Mr. Steve Lumbeck Mr. Jeffrey Mann ‘91 Mrs. Debbie Maxwell ‘91 and Mr. Philip Maxwell Mr. Danny L. McFarlin ‘96 Mrs. Elizabeth Mears McMillan ‘94 and Mr. Jason McMillan Mrs. Jaime Haehn Monson ‘98 and Mr. Aren Monson Mrs. Bethany Tepen Owens ‘99 Mrs. Connie Patty ‘95 and Mr. Joseph Patty Mr. Brian T. Reilly ‘99 Mrs. Paulette Woodworth Reschak ‘94 and Mr. Michael Reschak Mrs. Sarah Eadie Rhea ‘92 Mrs. Tammy Dugan Robbins ‘90 and Mr. Rob Robbins Mrs. Michelle Brandon Schober ‘94 and Mr. Stephan Schober Mrs. Christine Wallace Smith ‘92 and Mr. Bradley Smith Mr. Tom Stevens ‘94 and Mrs. Megan Stevens Mrs. Patricia Stinson ‘92 and Mr. Michael Stinson Mrs. Cynthia Talkington ‘93 and Mr. Daymond Talkington Mrs. Julie Langenbahn Vineyard ‘99 Mr. Kyle D. Weaver ‘96 Mrs. Jennifer Hughes Weiss ‘96 and Mr. Timothy Weiss Mr. Robert Zoelzer, Jr. ‘92 and Mrs. Sheree Whiteside Zoelzer ‘92

2000s

Harker Associates Mr. Stan G. Boyer ‘06 McClelland Gold Level Mrs. Sharon Burchett Mather ‘04 and Mr. Gary Mather McClelland Silver Level Mrs. Evelyn McMillan Burchett Brodland ‘04 and Mr. Eugene Brodland Ms. Kjirsten Kellogg ‘02 Mr. Chris Kingzette ‘01 and Mrs. Meaghan Moore Kingzette ‘99 McClelland Bronze Level Dr. Jeremy Baitman ‘00 and Mrs. Kelly Jackson Baitman ‘00 Ms. Katie Carls ‘06 Mrs. Kristin Barger Ciolino ‘04

Mr. Robert D. Dane, Jr. ‘00 Mrs. Laura M. Doss ‘03 Ms. Mara A. Galusha-Patel ‘01 Mr. Mark D. Haas ‘09 Mr. Jonathan Ingram ‘08 and Mrs. Elizabeth Ingram Mr. Keith Kalish ‘01 Ms. Mary P. McCann ‘09 Mr. Kristofer Meyers ‘02 Mr. Michael Nance ‘08 and Mrs. Emily Moffitt Nance ‘08 Mr. Michael O’Brien ‘01 and Mrs. Carrie O’Brien Mr. Dante M. Royster ‘02 Mr. Philip Rushton ‘01 and Mrs. Amanda Novak Rushton ‘00 Mr. Nicholas R. Schmidt ‘09 Donors Anonymous Mr. Robert Atkins ‘02 Mrs. Carlleen Bell Benoit ‘08 and Mrs. Christina Benoit ‘10 Mrs. Carol Hauser Christensen ‘02 and Mr. Oliver Christensen Mrs. April Werries Coats ‘02 and Mr. Clint Coats Mrs. Linda Cockerill ‘01 Ms. Allicent Shockey Curry ‘09 Mrs. Christina Irwin Dalton ‘09 and Mr. Justin Dalton ‘08 Mrs. Caroline Montrey Dean ‘05 and Mr. Jonathan Dean Ms. Megan Debus ‘06 Mr. Michael Fitzgerald ‘02 Mr. Adonis Fuller ‘07 and Mrs. Rachel Rogers Fuller ‘08 Mrs. Angela Frazzini Gazdziak ‘06 Mr. Brian Gazdziak ‘07 and Mrs. Robyn Schroeder Gazdziak ‘08 Ms. Alicia Fink Grangent ‘06 Mr. Justin Hamm ‘02 and Mrs. Melissa Wieber Hamm ‘01 Mr. J. Matthew Heyen ‘00 and Mrs. Nichole Sellergren Heyen ‘99 Mrs. Megan Parrott Key ‘09 and Mr. Anthony Key Mr. Joshua Kreske ‘02 and Mrs. Angela Burns Kreske ‘02 Mrs. Stephanie Sitzes Pracht ‘00 and Mr. Dave Pracht Ms. Amber D. Riley ‘08 Ms. Jessica Farmer Rose ‘08 Mr. Matthew Rushford ‘05 and Mrs. Mindy Hay Rushford ‘07 Mr. Justin Saathoff ‘08 and Mrs. Crystal Saathoff Mr. Austin Sebastian ‘08 and Mrs. Kari Austin Ms. Jessica R. Stone ‘09 Mr. Steven M. Taylor ‘04 Ms. Molly J. Traw ‘04 Mr. Larry Whewell ‘02 and Mrs. Barbara Whewell Mr. Ernest B. Williams ‘06

2010s

McClelland Silver Level Mrs. Rikki Jenkins Langan ‘11 and Mr. Bryan Langan Mr. Tarryn J. Link ‘16 Mr. Roberto Martinez ‘16 McClelland Bronze Level Ms. Allison Decker ‘12 Mrs. Marcy Rubenking Jones ‘14 and Mr. Terry Jones Mrs. Allie Harrison Long ‘11 Mrs. Maryjane Million ‘14 Ms. Dana Steben ‘14 Mr. Joel Tinsley-Hall ‘10 and Mr. Scott Tinsley-Hall Donors Ms. Tina N. Arnold ‘11 Ms. Brittany Bettis ‘11 Mr. Caleb R. Bourne ‘12 Mr. Andrew J. deMarco ‘10 Mrs. Shawn Fitzjarrell Ford ‘13 Mrs. Malea Cox Harney ‘10 and Mr. John Harney Ms. LaToya Jones ‘12 Mrs. Ashley Clark Kochman ‘13 and Mr. Andrew Kochman Ms. Christine Littig ‘12 Mr. Kelsey Mankins ‘12 and Mrs. Kristin Flahive Mankins ‘10 Mr. Ronique W. Morgan ‘13 Mr. Daniel Routh ‘13 and Mrs. Kristina Poore Routh ‘11 Mr. Lamin Sanyang ‘16 Ms. Debra C. Schmidt ‘14 Mrs. Deena Daniels Splady ‘11 and Mr. Kevin Splady Ms. Elizabeth Suhrbier ‘16 Mrs. Dessa Vieira Surratt ‘11 and Mr. Bruce Surratt Mr. Carson Z. Terrell ‘16 Mrs. Kelli Ruppel Turner ‘11 and Mr. Alex Turner Mrs. Debra D. Vaughn ‘13 Ms. Marie E. Whaley ‘11 Mr. Clayton Whitlock ‘15 Mr. Bradley C. Wise ‘15 Ms. Shelby M. Woodward ‘14


FRIENDS, FACULTY & STAFF | FY 2016-17 Thank you friends, faculty and staff for making a commitment to MacMurray College this fiscal year 2016-17. These gifts directly impact the continuation of our long-standing culture of excellence.

Corporations and foundations look for high levels of support from faculty and staff when making funding decisions, which means these gifts may have a continuing impact on investment for years to come. In fiscal year 2016-17, MacMurray College faculty and staff together contributed over $15,000, increasing their giving by 51.2 percent. Faculty and staff understand the importance of supporting the institution for which they work by making a financial investment to support the mission and ideals of the College. Akers Society Dr. Wayne T. Moore Mr. Richard Ware President’s Council Anonymous Mr. Sanford R. Martin Michalson Associates Mrs. George Anne Daly Mr. Ernest Downey and Mrs. Helen Downey Dr. William Springer and Mrs. Gayle Springer Harker Associates Mr. S. Grant Boyer and Mrs. Lisa Sappenfield Boyer Mr. Vernon C. Childs Mr. Jeffrey B. Coultas Mr. John Eyth and Mrs. Linda Eyth Dr. Richard Freiburg and Dr. Mary Freiburg Mrs. Nancy K. Glassman Ms. Marva A. Green Dr. R. Neal Hart and Mrs. Dianna S. Hart Dr. James Hinchen and Mrs. Michelle Hinchen Mr. Larry Kuster and Mrs. Mary Kuster Mr. Walter and Mrs. Dorothy Matthews Reverend Robert Pitsch Mr. Matthew Snodgrass and Mrs. Allison Snodgrass Ms. Kathryn Thomson and Dr. Christopher Lu Dr. Mark Tierno McClelland Gold Level Dr. Charles S. Cleeland Dr. Edwin D. Ecker Ms. Stephanie Hobrock Ms. Kathryn Kirt Mrs. Eleanor A. Lorig Ms. Karen McClure McClelland Silver Level Dr. John Cox and Mrs. Cheryl Cox Ms. Anne Godman Mrs. Rikki Jenkins Langan ‘11 and Mr. Bryan Langan Mr. John W. Mansholt Ms. Karin Zosel

McClelland Bronze Level Anonymous Ms. Helen Baldwin Mrs. Linda Guenther Bergeron and Mr. Marcel Bergeron Mrs. Cassandra L. Bordenkircher Mr. John Budzien and Dr. Joanne Budzien Mr. Robert Chiabrandy Mrs. Virginia L. Davidsmeyer Ms. Marjorie B. Davies Ms. Allison Decker ‘12 Mrs. Laura M. Doss ‘03 Mr. Christopher D. Douglas Mr. Terry Elston Mr. Dennis Fisk and Mrs. Sheryll Fisk Mrs. Joanne Ford Mr. Richard Foss and Mrs. Patricia Foss Mr. Benigno Garcia and Mrs. Susan Garcia Mr. Daniel Gazdziak and Mrs. Rita Gazdziak Dr. James L. Green and Mrs. Cathleen C. Green Mr. Jeffrey Hicken and Mrs. Mary Hicken Mrs. Marcy Rubenking Jones ’14 and Mr. Terry Jones Mr. Randall Jones and Mrs. Kathleen Jones Mrs. Kim Langan Mr. Henry Marchetti Mr. Richard A. Marshall Dr. Paul F. McCleary Mrs. Samantha A. Milnes Mr. Kent Palmer Mr. Dwight Peterson Ms. Joana G. Ramsey Mr. David H. Searby, Sr. and Mrs. Linda J. Searby Ms. Emily E. Schirding Mr. Donald Schmidt Dr. B. G. Stephens and Mrs. Sandra Stephens Dr. Thomas Stevens and Mrs. Eleanor Stevens Mrs. Kimberly Streib Dr. Nadine Szczepanski ’79 Dr. John Turchi and Mrs. Rosemary Turchi Mr. Mark Wolfe

Donors Mr. Terry Airsman and Mrs. Mary Beth Airsman Mrs. Marsha Blakeman and Mr. James Blakeman Mr. Bret Boyer and Ms. Sonia Voynow Mr. John Buchanan and Mrs. Mary Buchanan Ms. Esther Cameron Ms. Camille Cockerill Mrs. J. K. Connolly Mr. William Craven Dr. Elizabeth Crowley and Mr. Robert Crowley Rev. Howard Daughenbaugh and Mrs. Judith Daughenbaugh Mr. James De Young and Mrs. Janet De Young *Mrs. Linda Myers Duncan and Mr. Daniel Duncan Mr. John Elliott and Mrs. Kay Elliott Mrs. Laci N. Engelbrecht Mrs. Patricia Fay Mr. Bill Forney and Mrs. Joan Forney Mr. Leslie Geiter Mrs. Sue Glisson and Mr. Jackson Glisson, Jr. Mr. Ralph Gonzalez and Mrs. Evelyn Gonzolez Ms. Janet L. Hamm Mr. Alan Hartman and Mrs. Rosetta Hartman Mr. D. R. Heiniger Ms. Ann J. Herring Ms. Judy A. Hudson

Ms. Jan Kiley Ms. Marilee Liter Ms. Christine Littig ’12 Mr. Richard Matthews and Mrs. Brenda Matthews Mr. Darryl Mayhew and Mrs. Sally Mayhew Mrs. Janice A. McKinney and Mr. Roger McKinney Ms. Lynn Minarich Mr. Mark N. Money and Mrs. Shari Money Mr. Joshua R. Murphy Mr. Robert Neff and Mrs. Patricia Neff Mrs. Jaimie R. Newby Mr. Robert Niewiadomski and Mrs. Roberta Niewiadomski Mr. Ben Ohrenstein and Mrs. Dottie Ohrenstein Ms. Marty Oliver Ms. Pamela J. Porter Mr. Eric Rammelkamp and Mrs. Joni Rammelkamp Mr. Richard F. Rogal Ms. Deborah S. Rothfuss Ms. Lauretta K. Scheller Mr. Robert L. Sibert and Mrs. Karen Sibert Mrs. Sylvia A. Smith Mr. Roy Sohn and Mrs. Elaine Sohn Ms. Elaine Sorrill Mr. Jeff Taviner Mr. James Ware Mr. Alvin F. Werries Ms. Marie E. Whaley ‘11 *deceased

A LEGACY OF GIVING Kent Palmer, Friend of the College

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BUSINESSES, FOUNDATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS | FY 2016-17 1846 Society Anonymous

Cartwright Society Illinois Great Rivers Conference Passavant Area Hospital Akers Society Delta Foundation Leona S. Vollintine Charitable Trust Monticello College Foundation Pepsi Cola Bottling Company President’s Council Cleveland Foundation ExxonMobil Foundation Jacksonville Savings Bank Michalson Associates Leslie Fund, Inc. Sallenger Inc. State Farm Companies Foundation

Harker Associates BMO Harris Bank, NA Bound to Stay Bound Books Foundation Henderson Group LLC IBM Corporation Illini Administrators’ Institute Illinois Prairie Community Foundation Kizer Financial Services Microsoft Matching Gifts Program P&G Fund Pfizer Foundation Renaissance Charitable Foundation Robinson/Mary Barker Charitable Foundation United Methodist Higher Education Foundation

McClelland Gold Level Community Foundation of the Great River Bend First Presbyterian Church, Jacksonville Grace United Methodist Church Rust-Oleum Corporation The Greater Cincinnati Foundation, The George & Jean Perbix Fund

McClelland Silver Level Allstate Foundation Bellatti, Fay, Bellatti & Beard LLP Boeing Company Hallmark Corporate Foundation JPMorgan Chase Foundation Merck Company Foundation Modern Woodmen Fraternal Financial Pharmacia Matching Gifts

Raymond P. Garza, Attorney at Law Schwab Charitable Fund McClelland Bronze Level Central Illinois Philosophers Group Dominicans, St. Martin De Porres Priory Jacksonville Citizen’s Police Academy Alumni JustGive Peoples Gas Donors AmazonSmile Foundation Cheryl L. Ware Living Trust Doyle Family Chiropractic Network for Good

MONTICELLO COLLEGE FOUNDATION The history of the Monticello College Foundation begins in 1838 with the founding of the Monticello Female Seminary by Captain Benjamin Godfrey, who made and lost several fortunes during his career of international trade and commerce in the Gulf of Mexico. Much like MacMurray College, this pioneering institution was dedicated exclusively to the education of women and was named after the Virginia estate of Thomas Jefferson, whom Godfrey greatly admired. Though many people scoffed at schooling for women, Godfrey felt it invaluable. Father to eight daughters, he was often quoted as saying, “If you educate a man you educate an individual; educate a woman and you educate a whole family.” With his third and final fortune in hand, Godfrey settled on the prairie to establish his college. The town that grew up around it would become Godfrey, Ill., and today the original campus grounds are home to Lewis and Clark Community College. Thankfully, Benjamin Godfrey’s vision and passion live on through the Monticello College Foundation which continues to support women in higher education. Here at MacMurray College, the Monticello College Foundation has had a tremendous impact on the lives of our students, providing scholarships to four outstanding young women annually since 1986. The scholarship is unique in that it is awarded to an incoming first-year student who then receives it each year until she graduates. Over the decades, the Monticello Scholarship has supported some of our brightest and highest achieving students, helping them thrive at MacMurray and beyond. Today, these women are excelling in their careers, working in our community and throughout the nation. They’re raising families and passing on their passion for knowledge and learning to their own children, just as Benjamin Godfrey envisioned nearly two centuries ago. Last fall, the Monticello College Foundation granted MacMurray College $24,000. Thanks to their generosity, another remarkable young woman graduated last spring. 32


THE GWEN LIVINGSTONE POKORA ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD The Gwen Livingstone Pokora Academic Excellence Award is presented each year during the Commencement ceremony to the graduating senior who has achieved the highest standard of academic excellence in the graduating class. This award was established in 1997 by Richard Pokora in honor of his wife, Gwen Livingstone Pokora, class of 1972. The 2017 recipient of this noteworthy award was Fred D. Lomprez III.

FRED D. LOMPREZ III Fred graduated Summa Cum Laude with a bachelor of science in accounting and business administration with a minor in finance. This past spring, he was inducted into the Sigma Beta Delta International Honor Society. This honor society recognizes top business students at over 250 schools across the United States and Europe. Fred, a Springfield, Ill. native, was an active member of the community. He worked within the Volunteer Tax Program last spring where several MacMurray accounting students helped community members submit their taxes. Congratulations to Fred on his great achievements!

LIFETIME PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL & LIFETIME HARKER ASSOCIATES | FY 2016-17 Lifetime President’s Council *Mrs. Elizabeth Forrer Applebee ‘40 Mrs. Catherine C. Barnum Mrs. Harriet Bertoglio Bible ‘48 and Mr. Roy Bible Mr. Edward Caspers ‘74 and Mrs. Karen Dunn Caspers ‘74 *Mrs. Gratia Coultas Dr. Howard Curtis ‘65 and Mrs. Cathy Curtis Mrs. Mary Geiger Fletcher ‘54 and Mr. Gerald Fletcher Mrs. Yvonne Mason Hiatt ‘52 *Ms. Nancy Floyd Law ‘52 *Ms. Dorothy Lippincott ‘45 Alexander P. Misheff Trust Mr. Timothy Mlsna ‘69 and Dr. Kathryn Mlsna O’Keefe Family Foundation, Inc. Col. Eleanor Garvin Skinner ‘43 Dr. William Springer and Mrs. Gayle Springer Ms. Margareta Smith Sudbrink ‘49 Sunset Freesen Memorial Trust Thoresen Foundation *Mr. George Weber ‘60

Lifetime Harker Associates *Mrs. Elizabeth Forrer Applebee ‘40 Mrs. Catherine C. Barmun Mrs. Josephine Krussell Bennington ‘58 and Dr. James Bennington Mrs. Harriet Bertoglio Bible ‘48 and Mr. Roy Bible Mr. John Blythe ‘74 and Ms. Jane Denes Byerly Trailer and Mfg. Co., Inc. The Marjorie H. Carne Living Trust Mr. Edward Caspers ‘74 and Mrs. Karen Dunn Caspers ‘74 Dr. Cheuk-Kin Chau ‘62 and Mrs. Theresa Chau The Chicago Community Foundation - Kathryn K. Mlsna Fund Dr. E. C. Jerry and Dr. Glen Clatterbuck Dr. Allen Croessmann ‘68 and Mrs. Nancy Teel Croessmann ‘69 Dr. Howard Curtis ‘65 and Mrs. Cathy Curtis

Mr. Harmon Deal III and Mrs. Millicent Deal Mrs. Patricia Fay Mrs. Mary Geiger Fletcher ‘54 and Mr. Gerald Fletcher Dr. Norman Foster ‘73 and Dr. Carol Foster Mr. O. R. Freesen and Mrs. Deborah Freesen Dr. Colleen Hester and Mr. Jerry Osborne Mrs. Yvonne Mason Hiatt ‘52 Illinois Great Rivers Conference Mr. Raymond Jast ‘69 and Mrs. Mary Jast Mr. Albert F. Kamnick, Jr. ‘72 Mr. Patrick Kovar *Ms. Nancy Floyd Law ‘52 *Ms. Dorothy Lippincott ‘45 Mrs. Joan Carlson Long ‘58 The Honorable Larry McKinney ‘66 and Mrs. Carole Lyon McKinney ‘66 Alexander P. Misheff Trust Mr. Timothy Mlsna ‘69 and Dr. Kathryn Mlsna Monticello College Foundation Mr. Charles O’Connell ‘69 and Dr. Jo Ellen VerSteegh O’Connell ‘69 O’Keefe Family Foundation, Inc. Mrs. Emily Fay Osburn ‘63 Mrs. Nancy Tribble Parks ‘77 and Mr. Michael Parks Passavant Area Hospital Mr. Russell Patton ‘66 and Mrs. Adrienne Patton Mrs. Catherine Horn Randall ‘69 and Mr. Robert Randall Col. Eleanor Garvin Skinner ‘43 Dr. William Springer and Mrs. Gayle Springer Mr. James L. Stone Ms. Margareta Smith Sudbrink ‘49 Sunset Freesen Memorial Trust Thoresen Foundation Leona Stanford Vollintine Scholarship Mrs. Joan Shaw Williams ‘58 Anonymous

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VOLUNTEERS | FY 2016-17

MacMurray College is grateful for all who have helped support the College through their time and efforts. Thank you for helping advance MacMurray College! Board of Trustees (see list on page 1)

Alumni Association Board The Alumni Association Board oversees the projects that are chosen for the Frances “Betsey” Swigart Memorial Fund for Campus Improvements.* This year, in celebration of their 50th class reunion and to honor their late classmate Frances “Betsey” Brooke, the class of 1966 donated upwards of $6,000 to the fund. The Alumni Board approved the use of this money to make further improvements to beautify the lounge in Kathryn Hall by providing new furniture to the area. Prospective students begin their tours at Kathryn Hall and are instantly stunned by the architecture of the first floor. Thank you to the class of 1966 for helping our recruitment efforts here at the College! *Interested in supporting a fund such as this? Make a contribution to the Swigart fund by going online or by sending a check in the mail. Carlleen Bell Benoit ’08, Secretary Christina Benoit ’10, Treasurer Bradley Boucher ’84 Cheryl Carlton-Deal ’94 Carol Hauser Christensen ’02 Jen Curran ’97, President Christina Irwin Dalton ’09

Art Committee

Louise Krussell Bone ’56 Jeff Davidsmeyer ’85 Kay Laub Davidsmeyer ’75

Brian Dobias ‘75 Mary Beth Foldi ’68 Dervon Francis ’16 Ferol Vaughn Henry ’49 Nichole Sellergren Heyen ’99 Jared Lamb ‘98 Rich Laren ’83

Gil Opferman ’74 Alice Post ‘53 Brian Reilly ’99 Daniel Routh ’13 William Stanton ’72 Donna Stare ’82 Elizabeth Suhrbier ‘16

Steven Taylor ’04 John Wakefield ’69 Stan Wood ’62 Mike Zimmers ’71, Vice President

Dale Heiniger Mary Lou Hicks ’67 Lillian Gischke Korous ’60

Mary Kuster Sharon Seymour

Kim Streib President Mark Tierno

Bryan Langan Cindy Lewis ’94 MacNation Groupie MacMurray College Alumni Association Board MacMurray College Board of Trustees Karen Kuna McInerney ’66 Paul ’69 & Karen Hansen ’69 Nelson Gil ’74 and Ann ’73 Opferman Katie Richardson ’77 and Ron Petrikin Carol Vieira ’69 & Alvin Rivera

Connie DeVan Roegge ’55 Michael Royer ’91 Serious Lipbalm - Megan Luckey ’15, Khara Koffel Signature Rental Matt Snodgrass The Soap Co. Coffee House The Source Steven Spearie ’87 State Journal Register David Blanchette ’82 Elizabeth Suhrbier ’16 The Thread Tim Ezell and crew

Debbie Trueblood ’99 Warmowski Photography: Tiffany ’98 and Steve Warmowski Sandy Watson ’72 Whalen Trucking Richie Whalen WLDS - Gary Scott Drivers: Eric Berg Adam Cassell Michael Flynn Derek James ’04 Richard Laren ’83 Steven Varble

MacNation Volunteers Ace Sign Company Anonymous donor Marilee Crain Amendola ’61 John Bailey Byerly RV - Russ Patton ’66 Mr. and Mrs. Cassell Betty Clough ’61 Cured Catering - Brian Reilly ’99 Jennifer Curran ’97 Bob and Deb Freesen Geico Rick Hall ’81 David ’69 and Lisa Hart John Kent ’64

Alumni Association Board Help Day.

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New furniture in Kathryn Hall lounge.

Gil Opferman ’74 leading the Muni Tour during and alumni event.


RECEgN athTerings MacMurray has quite possibly come off the busiest period of alumni gatherings in the College’s history! Over 850 alumni, friends and students gathered and shared fellowship at various events over the past few months, including the nationwide events of the MacNation Tour. From musicals to athletic gatherings, alumni from all over the nation joined in the camaraderie of MacMurray College.

MacNation Tour - Kick-off: June 1 on campus

MacNation Tour - Texas: June 5 in Houston

MacNation Tour - Arizona: June 9 in Tucson

MacNation Tour - California: June 12 in San Diego

MacNation Tour - Oklahoma: June 4 in Tulsa

MacNation Tour - Texas: June 6 in Austin

MacNation Tour - Arizona: June 10 in Phoenix

MacNation Tour - California: June 13 in North Hollywood 35


MacNation Tour - Oregon: June 16 in Portland

MacNation Tour - Washington: June 17 in Seattle

MacNation Tour - Minnesota: June 24 in Minneapolis

MacNation Tour - Colorado: June 21 in Denver

MacNation Tour - Wisconsin: June 26 in Milwaukee

MacNation Tour - Iowa: June 27 in Davenport

MacNation Tour - Missouri: June 29 in Kansas City

MacNation Tour - Illinois: July 2 in Springfield 36

MacNation Tour - Missouri: July 1 in St. Louis


MacNation Tour - Illinois: July 6 in Chicago

MacNation Tour - Indiana: July 7 in Indianapolis

MacNation Tour - Michigan: July 8 in Ann Arbor

MacNation Tour - New York: July 13 in New York City

MacNation Tour - Florida: July 18 in Jacksonville

MacNation Tour - Washington DC: July 15

MacNation Tour - Florida: July 19 in Naples

MacNation Tour - Tennessee: July 24 in Columbia

MacNation Tour - Ohio: July 10 in Columbus

MacNation Tour - Georgia: July 22 in Atlanta

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1 DOWN THE AISLE ELIZABETH “LIZ” NOVAK ’07,

1 married Martell Price on April 29, 2017.

2 LINDSAY MILLER ’13 married

Jacob Keeney on September 10, 2016. Lindsay writes, “In addition to bridesmaids, I had six MacMurray College Soccer ‘team’ maids stand up with me: BREANNA ‘BREEZY’ WALTON ’15, ALEXIS APODACA FRESQUES ’14, RASHEEDA WILLIAMS ’14, DANA STEBEN ’14, MELINDA EDEN ’14, and KOLBI HALL ’14. Dozens of other Mac alumni were in attendance.”

FUTURE HIGHLANDERS 3 OLGA SHIKAPWASHYA ’97

HASSER and husband Jeff are proud to announce the birth of their twins, Olivia Jane Luumuno and Elisha Michael Matalikilo, born August 2, 2017. The happy family lives in Webster Groves, MO.

4 KENNY ’05 and JULIE MUELLER

’06 WILLIAMS had a beautiful baby girl on December 29, 2016. Her name is Frances “Frankie” Williams. Julie and Kenny reside in Chicago, IL. Kenny is a Chicago fireman and Julie works in clinical trials at Astellas Pharmaceuticals.

TERESA VENTON SUWYN ’06 and her husband welcomed a baby boy on November 2, 2016. His name is Elliott Suwyn. The Suwyns live in Saranac, MI. 38

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NEWS NOTES 1950s

Jerry Venable, the husband of SUSAN LAPIERRE ’52 VENABLE, of Jackson, Missouri, died March 13, 2017. Jerry and Susan were married at MacMurray College in 1952. Their 64-year marriage brought them five children, six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. John Chapman, the husband of JEAN LOGAN ’56 CHAPMAN of Jacksonville, IL, passed away June 13, 2017. Lowell Swearingen, the husband of JOAN RUPERT ’57 SWEARINGEN, died April 3, 2016.

1960s

RUSSELL MARKS ’68, Hagerstown, MD, reports that he is healthy and active. He enjoys golfing, skiing, and playing tennis. Russ also does various volunteer activities including delivering Meals on Wheels.

5 RAY JAST ’69 of Verona, WI,

sent in this photo of a group of former Mac wrestlers who recently got together for a lunch gathering in Rockford, IL. Pictured left to right are KEN KOZELKA ’70 of Brookfield, IL, RON OTTO ’69 of Kenosha, WI, GARY HENNING ’69 of Rockford, IL, and RAY JAST ’69.

GREG WILLIAMS ’69, of Gloucester, MA, was incorrectly listed in the memorial section in the last issue of Mac News as class of 1968. We regret that error. His wife, JAN JOBE WILLIAMS ’68, sent the obituary for Greg and asked that several of his achievements be listed. At MacMurray (where Greg and Jan met), he studied math, physics and focused on civil engineering which led to a career in commercial construction. Since Greg was the grandson and nephew of builders, his life’s vocation seemed a natural fit. Some of Greg’s projects (where he was lead superintendent or general superintendent) include the Department of Transportation, the Lahey Clinic in Burlington, the University of Buffalo School of Medicine, the Boston University (BU) School of Management and the BU Center for Biomedical Research, Olin College Administration Building, the MIT Center for Learning and Memory, the MIT Center for Cancer Research, along with many other construction projects.

1970s

MARY DEFENBAUGH ’70 POLDEK, Ancona, IL, writes, “I have three children and 3.5 grandchildren; love to travel to Florida in the winter. I am enjoying retirement, though I still have an interest in the family farm.”


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6 6 Pictured is STEVE TOWNSLEY

and BILL MURRAY, both Mac Class of 1970 (Kendall House). Bill and his wife, Sue, visited Steve and his wife, Janice, at the Townsley home in Greenville, SC during October 2016. Bill is a retired attorney in Springfield, IL, and Steve is a retired newspaper executive. JOSEPH STANTON ’71, a professor of art history and American studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, has published “Things Seen,” his fifth book of poems, and conducted workshops on ekphrastic poetry writing at Poets House in New York City and the Honolulu Museum of Arts. He recently presented papers at the Popular Culture Association Conference in Seattle (on the artist Edward Gorey) and at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown (on the poet Robert Francis).

1980s

COLLEEN KELLY ’82, San Antonio, TX, was appointed senior director of advancement and communications of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, Santa Fe, in January 2017. She is thrilled to return to her adopted state of New Mexico and oversees fundraising, marketing and public relations for the museum. BRENDA FARMER TOLAND ’84, East Moline, IL, has two sons, two stepdaughters, and five grandchildren. She writes, “Love those grandchildren. Hope to retire in the next few years!”

1990s 7 ANDREA GASKILL MOORE ’95, Medora, IL, was selected to represent Illinois in the Mrs. United States Pageant in Orlando, FL July 3-8, at the beautiful Omni Resort at

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Champion’s Gate. She is the newly crowned Mrs. Illinois United States. She is proud to represent the married women of Illinois. The focus of this Mrs. Pageant is that women should be celebrated for their ability to integrate beauty and intelligence into their busy lifestyles. Andrea is married to JEFF MOORE ’97. They have four beautiful children. The couple are well known in the area as Andrea is a local school teacher at Southwestern School District and teaches a technology class that promotes “Internet Safety for Kids.” Andrea’s husband, Jeff, has served as a South Jacksonville police officer and is now an Illinois State Police Trooper. They also both run their own home business. Andrea says, “My husband is my biggest supporter and without him, this pageant and the process of getting to where I am today would be impossible. I have always had an interest in pageants growing up, but it just never seemed like the right time for me. Now, with the strong support of my husband and family, I hope to bring a win home for the state and be your new Mrs. United States!” Her road to the Mrs. United States Pageant of 2017 will be filled with some appearances at events throughout the state. One of the things that she looks forward to the most is getting the experience of meeting new people.

8 AMY WEAVER ’97 SADLER,

Bourbonnais, IL, writes, “Three decades of Mac alumni working together at Peotone Elementary School. Best wishes to WENDY WATKINS ’79 as she retires. Pictured in the photo are AMY, WENDY ’79 WATKINS and BELINDA HEINTZ ’86 RUCKMAN.”

2000s

ALICIA FINK GRANDERSON GRANGENT ’06, of Vergennes, VT, writes, “I have been employed with government contractors since 2007. I am currently living in beautiful Vermont and attending school online for my master’s in criminal and social justice with Lewis University, Romeoville, IL, expected to graduate May 2018.” YOLI SIX HOLMES ’06, of White Hall, IL, writes, “In August 2016, I was certified as a mental health first aid instructor. I am certified to teach both youth and adult mental first aid, two courses that teach adults how to assist either youth or adults with a mental health problem.” AUSTIN SEBASTIAN ’08, of Greenville, IL, married Kari Austin on September 29, 2012. They have two children—Camden born November 13, 2013, and Reaghan born June 8, 2016. Austin graduated police academy in July of 2015 as class president of 127. He is currently working as a police officer in Greenville.

2010s

TAYLOR SWEETING ’12, of Pittsfield, IL, recently was a featured presenter at a program and performance sponsored by The Hannibal Arts Council in partnership with Shine a Light on Autism. His program was titled “Why Can’t You Understand Me?” Taylor is an active autistic advocate and autistic culture enthusiast. COURTNEY JONES-BILAL HOLM ’16, of Strum, WI, is receiving her master’s of education at the University of Wisconsin and will be teaching at the top charter school in Minnesota next year and coaching lacrosse. She writes, “Thank you, Mac! Go Highlanders!” 39


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DR. ERNST CHESTER ‘CHET’ BONE; A PASSION FOR EDUCATION The MacMurray Family and the Jacksonville community lost a dear friend this past spring. Dr. Ernest Chester “Chet” Bone, lifetime trustee, honorary degree recipient and friend of the College, passed away on March 15 at his residence. He was 102. Dr. Bone is survived by his wife, Louise Krussell Bone, a 1956 MacMurray College graduate. Dr. Bone will be remembered for his passion for education. He served over 25 years on the MacMurray College Board of Trustees and nine years on the Jacksonville School District 117 Board of Directors. He served as president of the Illinois College Alumni Association and for 10 years as alumni representative on the Illinois College Board of Trustees. He was awarded an honorary Doctor of Laws degree by Illinois College in 1989 and an honorary Doctor of Public Service degree from MacMurray College in 1990. As team physician, Dr. Bone was elected to the MacMurray College and Illinois College athletic halls of fame. Many will also remember Dr. Bone for his years of service in clinical medicine and surgery at the Bone-Scott Clinic on West State Street that he and his colleague, Dr. Harvey Scott opened in 1955. Over the years, Dr. Bone delivered over 4,500 babies. Dr. Bone graduated from Illinois College in 1936 with a Bachelor of Arts degree and then earned his Bachelor of Science in Medicine degree in 1944 and his M.D. degree in 1946 from the University of Illinois School of Medicine while serving as a volunteer in the United States Navy V12 Program during World War II.

ATHLETICS MOURNS LOSS OF WALTRIP John Waltrip ’80, of Jacksonville, served over 15 years as equipment coach for the MacMurray College football program and was elected to the Athletic Hall of Fame. John was well respected by the members of the football program and the entire College community. 40

MAC FAM LOSES DEAR FRIEND IN LINDA DUNCAN

The MacMurray Family and the Jacksonville community lost a dear friend, Linda Duncan, on Sept. 3. Duncan worked at the College for 12 years as an administrative assistant in the education department. Many students knew her as Ms. Linda, and she cared deeply about her Mac Fam and MacMurray College athletics, especially the volleyball program. Every summer, for the last seven years, Duncan hosted a cookout and pool party for the Mac volleyball team, showing her support and continuously rallying around the girls. She will be remembered by many students, alumni and faculty as a hardworking woman with a great sense of humor, and many will hold on to fond memories of her welcoming nature and her willingness to help students in any way she could.


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B Y DR. ERNST “CHET” BONE, Jacksonville, IL, March 15, 2017. See full story on page 40. LINDA DUNCAN, Jacksonville, IL, September 3, 2017. See full story on page 40. MARY JEANE MCGUIRE, Springfield, IL, February 15, 2017. Mary Jeane was first married to late MacMurray faculty member Dr. Richard McGuire and most recently to BILL UNDERWOOD ’93. DR. MICHAEL NESMITH, Framingham, MA, March 1, 2017. Dr. Nesmith was professor of sociology and Dean of Students at MacMurray College from 1958-1961. VELDA ESSINGTON CAR ’42, Chandler, AZ, January 1, 2017. MARY ELLEN ATKINSON HUGHES ’42, Columbia, MO, March 11, 2017. MARION WILDI PAULSEN ’42, Scottsdale, AZ, April 10, 2017. BETTY BONE ’44, Salem, MA, January 21, 2017. JEAN WILSON WALHAY ’44, Glen Ellyn, IL, December 2016. MARGARET BRUNDAGE WILSON ’45, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, July 20, 2015. BETTY BENZ MARIETTA ’45, Mascoutah, IL, July 1, 2017. MARY HUNTOON FLEMING ’46, Monmouth, IL, December 1, 2016. LILY TAKAKO MIHARA ’46, Los Angeles, CA, December 30, 2016. BETSY OTEY SAGER ’46, Salina, KS, December 22, 2016. KATHERINE JACKSON SEILSTAD ’46, Lewistown, MT, February 19, 2017. JEAN KNAUSS WELCH ’46, Indianapolis, IN, December 3, 2016.

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ANN ALLEN BLANE ’48, Petersburg, IL, March 30, 2017.

JUDITH BOSSERMAN FOREMAN ’59, Minneapolis, MN, April 16, 2017.

BETTY DAVIS STAFF ’48, Huntingburg, IN, May 13, 2017.

NANCY MILLER ’59, Denver, CO, March 21, 2017.

JOANN ENGESWICK JOHNSTON ’48, Sturgeon Bay, WI, February 4, 2017.

ANNETTE REISS GROVE ’61, Belleville, IL, May 13, 2017.

JANE HYNDS SMITH ’49, La Salle, IL, December 9, 2016.

CHRISTINE HILL RESEIGH ’62, Washington, DC, February 5, 2017.

CHARLYNE KOCH ’50, Springfield, IL, January 18, 2017.

EDNA DAVIDSON SCHWARTZ ’62, Marshall, IL, May 2015.

NELDA WALKER BISHOP ’51, Wedowee, AL, February 16, 2017.

DAVID MCCORMICK ’63, Castle Pines, CO, April 1, 2017.

FRANCES STERLING GHARRETT ’51, Indianapolis, IN, May 20, 2017.

HARRY MATHENY ’65, Springfield, IL, April 6, 2017.

DELORES ERNST GREVE ’51, Atwood, IL, December 3, 2016.

BETTE MERRIS MAJOR ’67, Northumberland, PA, May 6, 2017.

ELIZABETH GREER BESTOR ’52, Madison, WI, March 2, 2017.

NORA DUNCAN ’68, Oakdale, LA, December 8, 2016.

BETTY BREYDING ’52, Forest Hills, NY, February 7, 2015.

MYONG SOO KIM KELLAR ’69, Flagstaff, AZ, November 22, 2016.

CORNELIA SMITH CHILDRESS ’52, Powhatain, VA, March 31, 2016.

SUSAN BENNETT ’70, Chicago, IL, April 11, 2017.

YVONNE MASON HIATT ’52, Chesapeake, VA, May 17, 2017.

RICHARD FRITZ ’70, Mount Prospect, IL, March 13, 2017.

CAROLYN MACKEY BRANT ’53, Jacksonville, IL, May 5, 2015.

LOUIS STEINKAMP ’73, Okawville, IL, February 6, 2017.

CAROL SILVERNAIL FREY ’53, Springfield, VA, May 21, 2017.

MIAHAILO BJELOPETROVICH ’75, Grayslake, IL, February 26, 2017.

RUTH KEYS MOSER ’54, Richland Center, WI, May 21, 2017.

FABIENNE JOHNSON BRUSH ’75, Naperville, IL, January 2, 2017.

VONNA LOXLEY HOFFMAN ’55, Indianapolis, IN, April 14, 2017.

NANCY SCOTT ’75, Urbana, IL, April 17, 2017.

BETTY WELCH IRVIN ’55, Mount Pulaski, IL, December 21, 2016.

KATHLEEN LARSON TURNQUIST ’79, Barrington, IL, March 28, 2017.

BETHANY NAGY HAMILTON ’56, Hoover, AL, November 11, 2016.

JOHN WALTRIP ’80, Jacksonville, IL, April 29, 2017. See full story on page 40.

SIGRID MUELHAUSER ’56, Monroe, WI, September 4, 2014. NANCY BRIDGE DAVIES ’57, Burbank, CA, August 2015.

RAYMOND LARSON ’95, Mesa, AZ, December 14, 2014.

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