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2011 COMMUNITY REPORT



Table of Contents

1 – 3 Introduction

4 Board of Directors 5 Physicians and Partners 6 President and CEO Message

8 – 10 History 12 – 21 Delivering the Mission

Mission To improve survivorship and lessen the burden of cancer through expert treatment, compassionate care, early detection, research and education.

22 NCI Community Cancer Centers Program Update

24 Community Support and Impact

25 Development Leadership

26 – 27 Volunteerism

28 40th Anniversary Gala 29 Grants and Employee Giving 30 – 31 Community Events 32 Taste of the Tournament

33 – 34 Signature Golf Tournaments

35 – 36 Rathbone Society and Paul D. Perkins Donor Listings

38 – 39 Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Foundation

40 Heart of a Hero

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Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Celebrating Years.

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Community leaders and volunteers started Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, and today they remain the backbone of its mission. What you will see in the upcoming pages is a celebration of this passionate support. A sincere thank you to all of those who helped Mary Bird Perkins throughout the last amazing 40 years.

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Center employees and volunteers celebrating the 40th anniversary.


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elebrating the 40th Anniversary year of Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center was a particularly special and

humbling experience. The long and rich history was revisited by looking at many old documents and photographs. It was inspirational. Those involved with Mary Bird Perkins today truly stand on the shoulders of giants – the community leaders who began this organization and the many who

John W. Barton, Sr.

have sustained it over the years.

Founding Board Member, MBPCC 1917-2012

While working on this report, one of those giants passed away – Mr. John Barton, Sr. As a founding member of the Board of Directors, Mr. Barton served on the Board for more than 25 years and was an Emeritus Member for the remainder of his life. Everyone associated with Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center is grateful for Mr. Barton’s invaluable contribution, and he will be forever remembered. His desire to help cancer patients and serve those most in need helped set into motion something that is still saving and improving lives today.

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Boa rd o f D i r ec t o rs 2011-2012 MBPCC Board of Directors

G. Lee Griffin

Donna M. Saurage Chair

Rose J. Hudson

LSU Foundation Louisiana Lottery Corporation

Community Volunteer

Eli Jones, Ph.D.

Tom J. Meek, Jr., M.D. Vice Chair

Louisiana State University

The Dermatology Clinic

Financial Services Online

Brett P. Furr Secretary Taylor Porter, Attorneys at Law

D. Randolph Waesche Treasurer

Bill O’Quin Bill Peters Peters Wealth Advisors, LLC

John M. Steitz Albemarle Corporation

Resource Management, Inc.

Paul Thompson

Maurice L. King, M.D. Medical Director

Director Emeriti

Southeast Louisiana Radiation Oncology Group

Todd D. Stevens President and CEO Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

J. Gerald Jolly Immediate Past Chair KPMG LLP

Thomas J. Adamek Stonehenge Capital Company, LLC

Lee M. Berg Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry

Kevin R. Carman, Ph.D. Louisiana State University

Art Favre Performance Contractors, Inc.

William T. Firesheets Buquet & LeBlanc

R. Mike Ford HUB International

Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

Wallace F. Armstrong* John W. Barton, Sr.* Mark P. Bensabat Terence Beven, M.D. Frederic T. Billings, III, M.D. Richard C. Boyer, M.D. Lynwood J. Brassett, M.D.* L. Heidel Brown* Redfield E. Bryan, Jr., M.D. D.V. Cacioppo, M.D.* Beth Courtney Louis D. Curet Mortimer F. Currier, M.D. Teri G. Fontenot Charles C. Garvey R. Bryan Griffith, Jr., M.D. Merrill O. Hines, Jr., M.D. Henry W. Jolly, Jr., M.D.* David Kahn, M.D.* Preston V. Kors* Susan H. Lipsey Michael H. Martin Lillian Maurin Frank D. McArthur II

Sancy McCool* C. Brent McCoy Hillar C. Moore, Jr. Hermann Moyse, Jr.* Julius H. Mullins, Sr., M.D.* John W. Munson, D.D.S.* Don H. Neufeld* G.T. Owen, Jr.* G.T. Owen, III* Roy A. Parker, Ph.D. Thomas R. Ramsay, M.D.* Kevin P. Reilly, Jr. Harry D. Richardson* Eula W. Palmer Rogers, M.D.* Gary A. Sligar Donna M. Saurage Robert M. Stuart, Sr. Troye A. Svendson O.M. Thompson, Jr., M.D. Roland M. Toups J. Ralph Vannoy, M.D.* Maurice J. Wilson, M.D.* Allie Woolfolk, M.D.* Chairman Emeriti J.H. Campbell, Jr. W. Patton Culbertson, Jr., Ph.D. Robert S. Greer, Jr. D. Jensen Holliday* Richard A. Lipsey M.J. Rathbone, Jr., M.D.* Medical Director Emeriti James E. Hancock, M.D. Gregory C. Henkelmann, M.D. Sheldon A. Johnson, M.D. Secretary/Treasurer Emeritus Anna B. Lipsey* * deceased

❝On behalf of the Mary Bird Perkins Board of Directors, I want to thank you for your commitment to the mission of Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. The Center made great strides last year, and over the past 40 years, because of the community’s unwavering support. We truly appreciate your dedication to the fight against cancer and hope you will continue to partner with us as we work together for more cancer survivors.❞ Donna M. Saurage CHAIR, BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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Ph y s i c i ans a nd Pa rtne rs A sincere thank you to the following partners

Baton Rouge

Covington

Gonzales

Hammond

Houma

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center is humbled to work together with so many outstanding partners across the region to provide the most advanced cancer care, close to home. Providing more local access to quality care was the initial vision for Mary Bird Perkins more than 40 years ago, and today that vision holds true. While the Center has expanded over the years, its original expertise in radiation oncology has remained at the forefront. The radiation oncologists practicing across the service area have unparalleled skill and experience. They are an invaluable part of the expertise that has successfully brought Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center to its 40th anniversary celebration. In addition to working with a team of dedicated radiation oncologists, Mary Bird Perkins, through these many partnerships, has the opportunity to work with numerous cancer experts and a wide range of extended medical staff to help patients fight cancer.

❝From the beginning, we all believed Baton Rouge

Louisiana State University

radiation oncologists R. Scott Bermudez, M.D. Cynthia Boyer, M.D.

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Robert S. Fields, M.D.

Greg C. Henkelmann, M.D.

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Sheldon A. Johnson, M.D. Maurice L. King, M.D. Renee A. Levine, M.D.

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Kenneth K. Lo, Ph.D., M.D. Jeffrey P. Long, M.D. Mary Ella Sanders, M.D. Charles G. Wood, M.D.

✱In 1985, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center established a partnership with Southeast Louisiana Radiation Oncology Group. The founding physicians of this group are still practicing exclusively at Mary Bird Perkins today – 26 years later.

patients were the heart and soul of Mary Bird Perkins, and we existed for them. I always envisioned Mary Bird becoming what it is today.❞ J.E. “Bill” Hancock, M.D. First Medical Director, 1975-1986

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P r e s i de n t a n d c eo m es s age More than 40 years ago, a handful of passionate community visionaries decided that cancer patients should have access to state-of-the-art radiation therapy close to home. The rest, as they say, is history. These remarkable founders paved the way for what is known today as Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center – a dynamic cancer care organization serving thousands of people across southeast Louisiana. This organization is very fortunate for the hospital and physician partners across the region that work together with Mary Bird Perkins to provide exceptional cancer care close to home, family and friends, just as the founders intended. They knew from the very start that being able to receive treatment while surrounded by the support of loved ones is critical in the fight against cancer. Everyone associated with Mary Bird Perkins strives to be an extension of that support, with a devotion to providing sincere and exemplary service to all. It is because of long-standing and phenomenal community support that Mary Bird Perkins is thriving today and providing more vital programs and services than ever before. Your continued investment in saving lives and building healthier communities is vitally important. Much is owed to the original founders, but countless people along the way, like you, have sustained its mission.

Increased survivorship and more advances toward a cure are reasons to celebrate the remarkable progress made in the fight against cancer over the past four decades. Also to be celebrated is the commitment made by so many to focus on the future. Mary Bird Perkins is proud to stand with you and never give up until there is no more cancer. Sincerely,

Todd D. Stevens

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S urvi vo r s Ac ross the R egion

❝I researched the doctors and the

❝I believe that everyone at Mary

❝Everyone at Mary Bird in

technology in Houston and here. Then I chose Mary Bird. Arcelio Malcolm

Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC deserves a standing ovation. Karen Schilling

bATON rOUGE

HOUMA

Covington was beyond wonderful. I felt totally confident in their expertise. Jennifer Rice

❝We are so blessed to have Mary Bird

❝Mary Bird Perkins is 10 minutes

Perkins Cancer Center in Hammond just minutes down the road. Tonya Graves and Suzette Kepner, sisters

from my home. It’s great to have a cancer center in Gonzales. Onekeo Soukridhdy

GONZALES

Covington

Today, there are nearly 12 million cancer survivors – and counting – in the U.S. alone -American Cancer Society

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Founding Board of Directors

❝I have been involved with

M.J. Rathbone, Jr., M.D. President Preston V. Kors Vice President Anna B. Lipsey Secretary/Treasurer Wallace F. Armstrong John W. Barton, Sr. Richard A. Boyer, M.D. Lynnwood J. Brassett, M.D. M.F. Currier, M.D. Henry W. Jolly, Jr., M.D. Julius H. Mullins, Sr., M.D. Roy A. Parker, Ph.D. Thomas R. Ramsay, M.D. Harry D. Richardson, Ph.D. J. Ralph Vannoy Maurice J. Wilson Allie Woolfolk, M.D.

Our History

Mary Bird Perkins since its inception. It’s good to know how much people have supported it. Mary Bird Perkins today is very modern in every respect in the treatment of cancer. I’m extremely proud of that.❞

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n the late 1960s, community leaders headed by Dr. M.J. Rathbone, Jr., and Anna B. Lipsey saw the need for a community owned, non-profit radiation cancer facility in the greater Baton Rouge area. With both the vision and financial support of the community, the facility, known today as Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center, opened its doors to patients in 1971.

John W. Barton, Sr. Founding Member -From a 2009 interview

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The Cancer Radiation and Research Foundation kicks off initial campaign for a local radiation treatment facility Paul D. Perkins donates land, capping off the campaign. The Board honors his Anna B. Lipsey - daughter’s memory and founding member names the Center after her. M.J. Rathbone, Jr., M.D. President and Chairman of the Board for 30 years

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

1971

Mary Bird Perkins Radiation Treatment Center Opens on Campus of Woman’s Hospital Louisiana’s first 4 million volt linear accelerator installed

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History

1974 1981 Region 2 of the Louisiana Tumor Registry locates operations to MBP

MBPCC and LSU’s Nuclear Science Center establish a joint master’s degree program in Medical Radiation Physics

1985

MBPCC moves to Essen Lane

Louisiana’s first 20 million volt linear accelerator installed Southeast Louisiana Radiation Oncology Group founded by Drs. Fields, Johnson and Lo

1988 Hammond Center Opens


There are now a total of five centers serving 18 parishes in southeast Louisiana. Through innovative partnerships with hospitals and physicians, Mary Bird Perkins has grown to become a dynamic cancer care organization that is helping to provide more communities with local access to advanced cancer treatment and services across the entire cancer continuum, including prevention, early detection, diagnosis, treatment, end-of-life care and survivorship. Centers are located in Baton Rouge with Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center, in Hammond on the campus of North Oaks Health System, in Covington with St. Tammany Parish Hospital, in Houma with Terrebonne General Medical Center and in Gonzales with St. Elizabeth Hospital.

1989

Karnival Krewe de Louisiane is incorporated to raise funds to fight cancer­­­

1990

The Center purchases and installs a new Clinac 2100C linear accelerator and a CT scanner in Baton Rouge First annual Charity Golf Classic is held

From the beginning, Mary Bird Perkins has been dedicated to providing the highest quality treatment and compassionate support to all patients and their families, regardless of ability to pay. This commitment, made possible by the Center’s founders, has been generously supported year after year through community support. Mary Bird Perkins was and still remains a community partnership. It is through this ongoing community partnership that Mary Bird Perkins will continue to succeed in its mission to improve survivorship and lessen the burden of cancer through expert treatment, compassionate care, early detection, research and education.

1992

Fighting Cancer…Brick by Brick fundraising campaign kicks off to complete the six-story addition to Baton Rouge Center

1998 Covington Center Opens

2001

Intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) treatment technology is implemented

2002

CARE Network established Cancer Support Services Awareness & Education Research Early Detection

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2004

Novalis Radiosurgery installed in Baton Rouge The MBP-LSU Academic and Research Medical Physics Partnership formed Whatever it Takes Capital Campaign launched to fund purchase of TomoTherapy Hi-Art速 Treatment System and support funding for an endowed chair in medical physics at LSU

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2005

TomoTherapy installed 速

Mobile medical unit, the Early Bird, purchased Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Foundation chartered to raise endowment funds

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

2007

Dr. Kenneth R. Hogstrom appointed as the Dr. Charles M. Smith Endowed Chair of Medical Physics at LSU.

2008 2009 Houma Center Opens

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC

Gonzales Center Opens

Elekta technology installed in Baton Rouge and Gonzales

2011

Move into new Covington and Houma facilities with Elekta technology Screen 40,000th person

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E x p e rt T r e at m en t

New Technology Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center offers world-class treatment technology, including the Elekta Infinity linear accelerators that enable faster, more accurate treatments. In 2011, this advanced technology was introduced to patients in Houma and Covington.

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Houma Grand Opening

Multidisciplinary Physician Teams

The new state-of-the-art Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC opened its doors to the community on October 12, 2011. Focused on treating the whole patient, the compassionate team of expert physicians and dedicated professionals in Houma bring a higher standard of comprehensive cancer treatment and services to the Bayou Region.

Patients of The Cancer Program of Our Lady of the Lake and Mary Bird Perkins receive the benefit of multidisciplinary care. Teams of physicians work together to ensure patients receive the highest level of seamless, comprehensive cancer care. Representatives from the lung, brain, colorectal and head and neck teams are pictured here (L to R): Drs. Scott Thurston, Jon Olson, Louis Barfield and Andrew McWhorter.

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center


❝Everything turned out wonderful,” says Bruce Hinkson, Covington Center patient. His treatment plan for prostate cancer required both surgery at St. Tammany Parish Hospital and radiation at Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. “I had to have eight weeks of radiation treatments. My family wanted me to go to Houston, but I wanted to stay near my home in Bogalusa. I was lucky I could. Everyone at Mary Bird Perkins was lovely. They told me exactly what they were going to do so I knew what to expect. The machine they used to treat me worked out great. I’m cancer free!❞ Bruce Hinkson Cancer Survivor, Covington

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C o mpa s s i o n at e Care Patient Navigation Patients needing a helping hand in their cancer journey can find support through the Patient Navigation Program at The Cancer Program of Our Lady of the Lake and Mary Bird Perkins. Whether it’s finding a doctor after a free cancer screening, locating transportation to appointments or psychosocial help, navigators are there to fill in the gaps. Since the program began in July 2010, patient navigators have assisted more than 300 patients. Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC in Houma is committed to helping cancer patients every step of the way with its Patient Navigation Program. The patient navigator, Julia Light, who is also a registered nurse, works with patients to ensure seamless care begins at the very first appointment and goes through treatment and beyond. Patients describe the patient navigator as their very own cancer care coach, helping them with many issues and providing them with guidance throughout recovery and survivorship. Patients at The Cancer Program of Our Lady of the Lake and Mary Bird Perkins can get a helping hand at every stage of their cancer journey from patient navigators. Cancer Program navigators include (L to R): Melissa Smithee, MSW, LMSW; Suzanne Hotard, BSN, RN, OCN; Mary Kathryn Rodrigue, Ph.D., LPC, NCC; Victoria Nocilla, LMSW; Kristina Little, MSW, LMSW; and LaRue Jolly, LCSW, OSW-C (not pictured).

Background photo on right: Julia Light, RN, with Wendy Couvillon

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❝Through my experience with Julia, I realized that while isolated by the diagnosis, we are never alone,” says former patient Wendy Couvillon of her experience at Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC in Houma. There, she was successfully guided through breast cancer treatment by Patient Navigator Julia Light. Couvillon says she appreciated the level of compassion shown by Light and the entire Center staff. “There’s just great communication with everyone. You don’t have to retell your problems 50 times.❞ Wendy Couvillon Cancer Survivor, Houma

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E ar ly De t e ct i o n

Minority Cancer Awareness Event

40,000 Screenings and Counting

The Cancer Program of Our Lady of the Lake and Mary Bird Perkins held its fourth annual comprehensive screening event in recognition of National Minority Cancer Awareness Week in April 2011 to promote the importance of early detection for underserved minority populations.

As Mary Bird Perkins celebrated its 40th anniversary, another important milestone was reached – screening the 40,000th person for cancer. The screening program began in 2002 and today, with many vital partnerships, provides free colorectal, skin, prostate, oral and breast cancer screenings in an 18-parish service area.

The event resulted in nearly 500 free screenings in one day for colorectal, skin, oral, prostate and breast cancers and more than 200 blood pressure screenings.

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❝I’m a nurse, so I know it’s important to check your breasts on a regular basis,” says Ashley Clark of Baton Rouge, who felt something unusual in both breasts during her monthly self-examination. “At age 26, I didn’t know who would take someone so young, and I don’t have insurance,” she says. Ashley called Mary Bird Perkins, and they made space for her at a free screening in Gonzales the following weekend. “I was very happy to find out they would take me. Everything turned out OK in the end, and I really appreciate the services.❞ Ashley Clark Early Detection Participant, Gonzales

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Research National Clinical Trial The Cancer Program of Our Lady of the Lake and Mary Bird Perkins is helping to build a community-based research platform through Moffitt Cancer Center’s Total Cancer Care (TCC®) program. As one of 18 sites across the nation participating in TCC, The Cancer Program collects patient data and high-quality tissue samples with the goal of advancing personalized medicine and creating a new frontier in cancer research.

Improving Cancer Treatment The greatest activity of medical physics research in MBPCC history was marked in 2011, funded largely by three national grants – Department of Defense (DOD), Elekta, Inc. and .decimal, Inc. – at an annual rate of $1.33 million. The DOD grant funded two projects that allowed MBPCC and LSU to investigate ways of more precisely targeting cancer cells with radiation. The Elekta grant enabled MBPCC to better utilize imaging and treatment delivery systems for volumetric modulated arc and electron therapies. Finally, the .decimal grant allowed MBPCC to implement a dose calculation model into a commercial product that is now used at more than 100 radiotherapy centers nationwide to design boluses used for electron conformal therapy.

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(L to R): Dr. Kevin Carman, Todd Stevens, Dr. Kenneth Hogstrom, Dr. Charles M. Smith

Medical Physics Partnership with LSU Dr. Kenneth Hogstrom retired in October from his positions as Chief of Physics, MBPCC; Professor and Director, LSU Medical Physics and Health Physics Program; and Dr. Charles M. Smith Chair of Medical Physics, LSU. “During Dr. Hogstrom’s tenure, his hands-on teaching style raised the bar in medical physics education at LSU’s flagship university,” said LSU Chancellor Michael Martin. Todd Stevens, President and CEO of MBPCC, praised Dr. Hogstrom for his leadership of the Mary Bird Perkins – LSU Medical Physics Program over the past seven years.

❝Under Ken’s leadership, this program brought together a powerful combination of resources that has made a real difference in the way cancer is ultimately treated, all benefiting the patient.❞ Todd Stevens

President and ceo, MBPCC Dr. Wayne Newhauser was appointed as Hogstrom’s successor and given the same titles. “Dr. Newhauser’s outstanding research and scholarly credentials make him an excellent choice to continue and build upon Dr. Hogstrom’s legacy,” said Kevin Carman, dean, LSU College of Science, and member, Board of Directors, MBPCC.


❝Being able to participate in a clinical trial and knowing that I’m helping to impact cancer care made my treatment process easier,” says Terri Brackins. “It wasn’t just about me—it was about sisters, mothers, grandmothers and others who will be treated for breast cancer in the future. I’d encourage all cancer patients to participate in a clinical trial if they are eligible. Who knows… you could help make that one big breakthrough in cancer research.❞ Terri Brackins Cancer Survivor and TCC Clinical Trial Participant, Baton Rouge

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E d uc at i o n Celebrating Survivors Mary Bird Perkins held its second annual Survivors Day Celebration at each of its Centers on June 3. Survivors enjoyed lunch and fellowship with one another and the staff members who cared for them as patients. Nearly 450 survivors attended the celebrations.

101 education events reached more than 10,550 people Tobacco Cessation Program The Cancer Program of Our Lady of the Lake and Mary Bird Perkins is making strong headway in helping cancer patients kick the tobacco habit through its no-cost “Geaux Free” group and inpatient program. Group classes consist of a one-hour session once a week for nine consecutive weeks. Data shows that 59 percent of patients who completed our classes have quit smoking and another 31 percent reduced their tobacco usage. The Cancer Program also offers a one-on-one tobacco cessation counseling program for cancer patients admitted to the hospital and has a success rate higher than the national average, according to the Clinical Practice Guidelines: Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence in 2008.

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Mary Bird Perkins Medical Physics Staff

Medical Physics Education The Mary Bird Perkins – LSU Medical Physics Program was granted re-accreditation of its Master of Science degree and inaugural accreditation of its Ph.D. degree by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Educational Programs. Additionally, an update made to the Ph.D. curriculum requirements has made it possible to complete a doctoral degree in five years – similar to other leading programs in the U.S. The establishment of a residency training program for medical physicists, under the leadership of Dr. John Gibbons, chief of clinical physics, MBPCC, has generated residency program affiliations with Willis-Knighton Cancer Center, Shreveport; Oncologics, Lafayette and University of Mississippi Cancer Center, Jackson, Miss.


❝There was a lot of free educational literature there to help patients during and after their treatment,” says Willie Topps, a retired teacher from Amite, who attended the Survivorship Day Picnic in Hammond. “It was interesting to learn the different ways other survivors were handling their cancer experience.” Topps says she is very grateful she received her cancer treatment in Hammond. “I felt welcome from the very beginning of my treatment to the end. The atmosphere was always pleasant and professional.❞ Willie Topps Survivorship Day Participant, Hammond

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NCI C o mm u n i t y C an c er C en t ers Progra m NCCCP Year Four in Summary For the fourth year, The Cancer Program of Our Lady of the Lake and Mary Bird Perkins is helping to create a national standard for community cancer care. Through the National Cancer Institute Community Cancer Centers Program (NCCCP), 30 competitively chosen hospitals are working to bring the latest scientific advances and evidenced-based care to cancer patients in underserved rural, suburban and inner-city locations across the United States.

Achievements by Focus Areas:

Promoting Evidence-based Care

Reducing Cancer Healthcare Disparities

Since July 2010, patient navigators have assisted 314 patients and their families with locating educational resources, finding answers to questions, facilitating appointments and more

Significant increases in Vietnamese and Hispanic patients screened for cancer due to the efforts of two bilingual community outreach coordinators who are providing early detection and screening education to those populations The use of an Early Detection Screening and Patient Navigation Database is producing more strategic and informed decisions based on real-time data Prioritizing Underserved Accrual to Clinical Trials Forty-two primary care physicians—with practices serving primarily underserved patients—were visited through an outreach program designed to increase awareness of national clinical trials Adding early phase clinical trials has improved access to new advances and provided more options for cancer treatment

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Colorectal, head and neck, brain and lung multidisciplinary care teams comprised of physicians and other healthcare providers are working together to ensure patients receive the highest level of seamless, comprehensive cancer care Expanding Survivorship and Palliative Care Programs The Survivorship Program is offering psychosocial resources and referrals, as well as information regarding follow-up care and patient education, for patients completing active treatment

In order to provide the highest quality comprehensive cancer care, The Cancer Program of Our Lady of the Lake and Mary Bird Perkins’ four multidisciplinary teams include specialists from a variety of disciplines, including physicians, nutritionists, social workers and others. The four teams are dedicated to colorectal, lung (pictured here), brain and head and neck cancers.

Assigning a nurse practitioner specializing in palliative care to the inpatient oncology unit has resulted in a 62 percent increase in physician referrals to the palliative care program Implementing Information Technology Utilizing a HITECH certified Electronic Health Record system, The Cancer Program securely documents patients’ treatments and all other clinical activities, abstracts data and creates reports to provide customized care while reducing disparities Promoting High-Quality Biospecimen Collections As a top-performing partner with Moffitt Cancer Center’s Total Cancer Care program, we are building a community-based research platform to support personalized medicine


Vellum Sheet

❝In 1989, it was brought to my attention that money was needed for indigent patient care and research at Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. A group of us came up with the idea of a charity golf tournament, as it was known then. That was 22 years ago. During that time I lost my wife and one of my daughters to cancer. I will continue to help with my time and money as long as I live ... as long as I can. Somewhere down the line we’re gonna beat this disease.❞

Hillar C. Moore, Jr. Loyal supporter

Hillar C. Moore, Jr., standing on right

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S u pp o r t a n d Impac t 2011 Investment in the Community Community support and investment in Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center (MBPCC) and Foundation (MBPCCF) allow the organization to continue to serve thousands of patients and their families every year in southeast Louisiana. The majority of these funds will be used to support the mission to improve survivorship and lessen the burden of cancer. A significant amount will support the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Foundation and its mission to build an endowment to fight cancer. In 2011, Mary Bird Perkins received contributions totaling

more than six million dollars; the most

Impact on the Fight Against Cancer Foundation Endowment

16% 44%

Awareness, Education & Early Detection

34% Research and Tumor Registry Program

6%

successful fundraising year in the organization’s 40-year history.

Patient Care and Support Services

7 6 5

$6.2 Million Sources at a Glance

$6.2 Million Detailed Sources of Contributions to Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center and Foundation Private Foundation Grants

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$3.4 million

3

16%

2 1 0

24

6%

Gifts to MBPCC Foundation

$1.8 million

55%

$1.0 million Mbpcc Foundation Gifts

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

23% Community Fundraising Efforts

State and Federal Funding

Annual Community Support

State and Federal Funds


D eve l o pm ent Le adershi p Greater Northshore President’s Council

Joint Development Committee G. Lee Griffin Chair LSU Foundation

Thomas J. Adamek Stonehenge Capital Company, LLC

Aza Bowlin Community Volunteer

Stephen David Peoples Bank

Art Favre Performance Contractors, Inc.

William T. Firesheets II Buquet & LeBlanc

R. Mike Ford HUB International

Brett P. Furr Taylor Porter Attorneys at Law

Rose J. Hudson Louisiana Lottery Corporation

Sheldon A. Johnson Southeast Louisiana Radiation Oncology Group

Randy P. Kinchen Benchmark Investment Group, LLC

James R. McIlwain

Hillar C. Moore, Jr. Associated Grocers (retired)

Craig A. Nuckolls Rubicon LLC

Bill O’Quin Financial Services Online

Mike Patterson

Randy P. Kinchen Chair

Rod Nunez

C.J. Ladner Vice Chair

Ruby Swords

Keith Carruth

Ethan Bush Vice President/Chief Development Officer

Glenda E. Dobson, RN, BSN

Lee, Dougherty & Ferrara

Cindy Fischer, RN

L. William Peters

Robert M. “Mike” Ford

Peters Wealth Advisors, LLC

Kendra France

Blanchard Sanchez

Teri Kessel

McArthur-Sanchez Associates

Donna M. Saurage Community Volunteer

Vivian “Ann” Keyes Lillian C. Maurin

Mark Salvetti Cindy Williamson

Leslie Landry Director of Development, Northshore Mike Miranda Director Radiation Oncology, Covington Center

Paul R. Thompson Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

David Winkler Faulk & Winkler, LLC

Todd D. Stevens Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

Ethan Bush Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

Paul Nowacki Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center

Lamar Advertising Company

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Vo l un te e r i s m Volunteer Award Recipients Honored at Gala Several prestigious annual Volunteer Awards were presented at Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center’s 40th Anniversary Celebration Gala, each recognizing Mary Bird Perkins volunteers who made a positive impact in the fight against cancer. “It is because of volunteers like these that our organization has flourished,” said Todd Stevens, president and CEO, MBPCC. “They are invaluable to the success of the mission.” The Hillar C. Moore, Jr. Outstanding Service Award recognizes a significant service contribution to the philanthropic initiatives of MBPCC or Foundation. It was presented to G. Lee Griffin who, for the past 20 years, has been an active supporter of MBPCC. Although Lee has been a donor since 1991, he began his leadership at the Center when he served as Chairman of the MBPCC Foundation from 2007 to 2009. Currently, Lee serves as a member of the MBPCC Board of Directors and is Chairman of its Development Committee. Bill and Gail O’Quin were presented with the Louis D. Curet Volunteer Fundraiser Award that recognizes a recipient for launching a significant philanthropic initiative. Bill and Gail are both champion volunteers for MBPCC, having raised thousands of dollars for the Center’s programs in our community. They generously give of their own time and treasure and are therefore an inspiring example for others to follow.

❝Gail and I are indeed honored to be presented with this award. Mary Bird Perkins is a tremendous organization that does so much good for our community. We’re just happy to be a part of it.❞ (L to R): Bill O'Quin, Gail O'Quin and Louis D. Curet

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Bill O’Quin

(L to R): Hillar C. Moore, Jr. and G. Lee Griffin

❝I am honored to receive this award. Mary Bird Perkins treats all people, whether they can afford it or not, and they provide free screenings. Their mission is to save lives, and I’m proud to be a part of that.❞ G. Lee Griffin


Thank You to the Devoted Volunteers Across the Region

(L to R): Susan Lipsey, the late Bob Cancienne, Judy Cancienne and Richard Lipsey

Anna B. Lipsey Memorial Volunteer of the Year Award The Anna B. Lipsey Memorial Volunteer Service Award was presented at the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center 40th Anniversary Celebration Gala to Judy and Bob Cancienne for their kindness and generosity of spirit with cancer patients, even as they were both undergoing treatment themselves. Unfortunately, Bob Cancienne has since passed away. Upon being presented with their award that evening, Judy said, “The gift of giving and receiving brings great joy. We’ve experienced that at Mary Bird Perkins.”

❝Volunteers fill many roles at Mary Bird Perkins. Some comfort and care for patients, like the Canciennes. Bob will be sorely missed and fondly remembered by both patients and staff.❞

Ashley Augustus Fay Babin Mary Babin Helen Badeaux Barbara Barriner Bryce Beard Milton Beatty Robbye Bell Matthew Berlinger Brenda Bertrand Belinda Besnard Margaret Biggio Tom Boone Mignon Bosse Rose Brady Ed Calamari Carol Canale Judy Cancienne Marilyn Cannon Kelly Carbo Jack Carmena Vernell Chaney Rachel Clary Elsie Davis Matthew Deshotels Kay Deumite Christie Duronslet Neila Eckler Robert Emerson Robert Evans Rosalyn Fagan Lou Fitzmorris Nancy Fogleman Kendra France Karen Freeman Jane Fulks Sue Gambrell Myrtle Gatlin Emily Gaudin Evelyn Traylor Gautreau

Winnie Gill Mary Greathouse Juanita Grissom Davis Gueymard Ann Harrington Marzie Harrison Betty Hawkins Hayley Haydel Claudia Hebert Josie Hebert Gary Hoffman Guy Jenkins Gerri John-Louis Bev Jones Bob Jones Amy Kell Sarah Lalande Terri Lamb Jerry Lambert Melissa Lambert Margaret Landry Mary Lange David Leader Sandy Leader Trudy LeBoeuf Judy LeMaire Joyce Liuzza Stacy Luce Deanna Magee Taineah McGraw Pat Merriman Bobbie Ann Miller Cody Milliman Mary Morton Jasmine Palmiano Juanita Pearson Lee Phan Karen Planchard Connie Planche Michael Posseno, Sr.

Pat Quartararo Rosemary Rownd Pat Rusk Yvonne Seal Barbara Shea Margaret Sheldon Adrienne Shields Evelyn Short Ann Smith Ellen Smith Chuck Stanton Joan Starring Alice (Sally) Stutzman Bob Templeton James Theriot Paul Thompson Judy Waguespack Melanie Watt Gabrielle Weyer Jean Wilcox Rebecca Wisbar Josh Yankowsky Cindy Zito

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40 t h A n n i ve r s ary Ga la In April, nearly 500 Mary Bird Perkins volunteers, staff members and special guests gathered at the Hilton Baton Rouge Capitol Center for the organization's Anniversary Gala celebrating 40 years of volunteerism. Event sponsors included Presenting Sponsor Gerry Lane Enterprises, Volunteer Awards Sponsor Louisiana Lottery Corporation, Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry, Mockler BeverageBudweiser, Ruffino’s Italian Restaurant, Digital FX, Baton Rouge Printing, TJM Restaurant Management and Diane Allen and Associates. Music was provided by Eric Baskin. Honorary Chair Richard Lipsey’s mother, Anna, was one of The Center’s founders along with 15 others, including Dr. M.J. “Jack” Rathbone. Dr. Rathbone’s son, Dr. Richard Rathbone, attended the celebration and spoke of how pleased his father would be to know that today Mary Bird Perkins has expanded to five Centers and that its reputation for excellence is now worldwide.

Susan and Richard Lipsey, Honorary Chairs

At the conclusion of the evening, Thomas J. “T.J.” Moran announced a gift of $1 million to the Center’s Foundation. Introduced by his nephew, Dr. Tom Kiebach, Moran, a 22-year survivor of throat and lung cancer and former Mary Bird Perkins patient, credited Dr. Robert Fields, radiation oncologist, and the expert staff. “Saving and extending lives is possible at Mary Bird Perkins. I hope my gift helps extend other people's lives,” Moran said.

❝It was community volunteers who had the vision for what ultimately became Mary Bird Perkins. Because of their dream and determination, and the many volunteers over the years who believed in what they wanted to create, we have been able to remain true to their vision to provide quality cancer care close to home in many communities across southeast Louisiana.❞

The Rathbone Family. Dr. M.J. “Jack” Rathbone was one of the Center’s founders

Richard Lipsey Honorary Gala Co-Chair

(L to R): Todd Stevens, T.J. Moran, Judy Byers and Richard Lipsey

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G ran t s & e mpl oyee giv ing 2011 Grantors (Grants awarded Jan. 1 – Dec. 31, 2011)

Susan G. Komen for the Cure® Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center has a long history with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure organization. Over the years, the Komen affiliates in the Baton Rouge, New Orleans and Bayou Region have generously provided grant funding to support free clinical breast exams, breast health education and mammograms for uninsured and underinsured adults. They have also funded support groups and personal items such as wigs, mastectomy bras and prosthetic devices for cancer patients.

Gheens Foundation Edwin and Mary Jo Gheens, although residents of Louisville, Kentucky, owned a large property in Lafourche Parish throughout their lives together. Their foundation, established in 1957, is one of the largest in Kentucky. The Gheens Foundation was the largest single grantor to Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC in 2011, helping ensure the availability of state-of-the-art cancer care for residents of the Bayou Region.

Sixty-eight percent of employees across all Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center locations generously pledged and donated more than $37,000 to the 2011 Partners of Hope Campaign. Money raised supports the Center’s mission and helps remove barriers such as lack of transportation and nutritional supplements needed for patients to receive care. Additionally, the Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation generously matched the first $15,000 donated, raising the total pledged to more than $52,000.

American Cancer Society American Psychology Association Breast Cancer Relief Fund CIGNA Drew Rodrigue Foundation ExxonMobil Fund for Bogalusa Genzyme Foundation Greater New Orleans Foundation Huey & Angelina Wilson Foundation Louisiana Breast Cancer Task Force Pennington Family Foundation St Tammany Cancer Fund Susan G. Komen - Baton Rouge Affiliate Susan G. Komen - Bayou Affiliate Susan G. Komen – New Orleans Affiliate The Gheens Foundation, Inc. Turner Industries United Way of South Louisiana The Walmart Foundation

❝I may not have received treatment [radiation] without help. My income is low, and I have to pay co-pays for chemotherapy. This help makes me feel more positive about my situation.❞ Anonymous cancer patient helped by gas cards purchased with funds raised by Partners of Hope. 2011 Community Report

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ary Bird Perkins Cancer Center has benefited from the deep generosity of many supporters throughout the year. Many individuals, groups, schools and businesses have hosted a variety of events to support the Center’s mission. These fundraising events are managed independently by volunteers in collaboration with Cancer Center staff. Others have helped through cause marketing – partnering with Mary Bird Perkins to raise funds through a product, service or business. The funds raised through all of these efforts are making a difference in the fight against cancer. Mary Bird Perkins is truly grateful to everyone who values its mission and chooses to support it.

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Gala for a Cause

Delicious Cause Marketing Campaign

Ascension Parish Plays in Pink

Northshore President’s Council attends Benefits of Home Gala. The Gala raised more than $65,000 for The Cancer Program of Mary Bird Perkins and St. Tammany Parish Hospital.

Papa Murphy’s Pizza and Mary Bird Perkins partnered during breast cancer awareness month. Papa Murphy’s donated a portion of sales from every pizza sold in October and exceeded their storewide goal of $5,000.

Dutchtown High School and St. Amant High School worked together to host a Geaux Pink volleyball game, raising more than $8,000 to increase breast cancer awareness.

Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center


In 2011, close to 100 events were held, raising nearly $440,000.

Thank you!

Young Houma Philanthropist

Krewe Helping Cancer Patients

Northshore Geauxs Pink

Fifth grader Brooke Haydel successfully organized a fundraising raffle in honor of her grandmother. She donated more than $10,000, benefiting Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC.

Karnival Krewe de Louisiane, a Baton Rouge Mardi Gras Krewe that supports The Cancer Program of Our Lady of the Lake and Mary Bird Perkins, presented a $200,000 check for the fight against cancer.

Mandeville High School, Fontainebleau High School and Franco’s Athletic Club partnered to help raise awareness of breast cancer on the Northshore during a football game, raising more than $11,000.

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2011 Steering Committee

Led by an incredible volunteer planning committee, the 2011 Taste of the Tournament was a “hole in one,” the most successful ever, and reinvested nearly $93,000 toward the local fight against cancer. Taste of the Tournament Event Sponsors Event Underwriter Louisiana Lottery Corporation Presenting Sponsor Belle of Baton Rouge Casino & Hotel Patron Party Sponsor Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry Eagle Sponsor Peoples Health Birdie Sponsors Commonwealth Advisors Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC Par Sponsors Aza and Tim Bowlin in memory of Bill Straber VOA Associates Incorporated Capitol City Produce OrchestrateHR GMFS In-kind Support Franklin Data Powered Direct Mail Diane Allen and Associates Advertising Kleinpeter Photography Flowers and plants donated by Billy Heroman’s in memory of Cyril Ann McBride Paris Parker Salon - Jefferson Highway Red Door Interiors

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HONORARY CHAIRS Renee and Brett Furr Dee and Stephen Keller 2011 COMMITTEE MEMBERS Event Co-Chairs deSha Carter, Lauren Ferrand & Emily Mayo Decorations Chair Kristin Stafford Silent Auction Chair Aza Bowlin Promotions Chair Courtney Nuckolls Sponsorship Co-Chairs Phyllis Cancienne & Joyce Dennis Sara Abercrombie Nolde Alexius Josh Anderson Allyson Bonner Kelly Boudreaux Elizabeth Bowie Murphy Claire Cashio Sean Finan Louise Hill Danna Hodges Elizabeth Noland Yvette Owens Gretchen Petersen Conway Pettit Brandi Rinaudo Monica Waechter Tara Weinstein Michelle Whaley Hillary Whittaker

Chef prepares culinary delights for Taste of the Tournament attendees.


Sponsor Zone Sponsors COX Business Service Chenevert Architects Cart Signage Sponsor EATEL and Sunshine Pages

As Mary Bird Perkins commemorated its 40th anniversary year, it also celebrated the recordbreaking success of the 2011 Mary Bird Perkins Merrill Lynch Open that raised more than $200,000. The tournament began more than two decades ago by volunteers who wanted to make a difference in the lives of local cancer patients. Baton Rouge Golf Sponsor Levels

Awards Reception Sponsor Manda Fine Meats Putting Green Sponsor Corporate Mechanical Contractor Putting Contest Sponsor Taylor Porter Attorneys at Law Driving Range Sponsor MAPP Construction Hole in One Sponsor Gerry Lane Volunteer Tent Sponsor Cornerstone Volunteer T-Shirts Sponsor Red Stick Sports

Title Sponsor Merrill Lynch

Photography Sponsor Kleinpeter Photography

Presenting Sponsor Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center

Gold Hole Sponsors .decimal, Inc. Antares Technology, Inc. Capital One Bank CenturyLink Diane Allen & Associates Fresh Express Hilton Hotel LEMIC Insurance Company LUBA Workers’ Comp Performance Contractors Phelps Dunbar Law Firm, LLC Regions Bank Rubicon, LLC Sanderson Farms, Inc. Saurage Rotenberg Commercial Real Estate TraceSecurity Worley Catastrophe Response

Pro-Am Sponsor Amedisys, Inc. Scoring Sponsor Albemarle Foundation Prize Package Sponsor Elekta Junior Clinic Sponsor Baton Rouge Coca-Cola Tee Marker Sponsor Mockler Beverage-Budweiser TV Community Information Sponsor WAFB Channel 9 Presenting Radio Sponsor 104.5 ESPN – Guaranty Broadcasting

In-Kind Sponsors EMCO Exxon

2011 Golf Organizing Committee Hillar Moore, Jr., Founding Chair Dick Briody, Chair Kurt Lacroix, Pro Tournament Chair John Schiller, Co-Sponsorship Chair Brad Supple, Co-Sponsorship Chair Bryan Lindsay, Pairings Party Chair Paul Crespo, Pairings Party Committee Mason Marsh, Pro-Am Co-Chair Gil Brassard, Pro-Am Co-Chair Eric Waechter, Pro-Am Committee Jeff Esnard, Pro-Am Committee Jack Terry, Junior Clinic Chair Jason Mckenzie, Food & Beverage Co-Chair Nicole Young, Food & Beverage Co-Chair Margaret Kennedy, Food & Beverage Committee Mike Patterson, Raffle Chair Jude Barbier, Volunteer Co-Chair Scott Bogan, Volunteer Co-Chair Kim Boudreaux, Volunteer Committee Chris Foot, Volunteer Committee Fred Reno, Housing Chair Brent Ledet, Marketing Chair Chris Blades, Marketing Committee Bridget Conrad, Marketing Committee Jeff Routier, Logistics Chair Mike Smith, Logistics Committee

An Adams Golf Pro and a young protégé at Junior Clinic during the Mary Bird Perkins Merrill Lynch Open.

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The first annual Mary Bird Perkins at TGMC Open was held in the fall of 2011. The golf tournament, in partnership with the Adams Golf Pro Tour Series, benefited the Houma Center’s mission in the Bayou Region. Golf Sponsors Pro-Am Sponsor Capital One Scoring Sponsor Rouses Markets Taste of the Tournament TGMC Sponsor Zone T. Baker Smith Cart Sign Sponsor Wells Fargo Advisors Awards Reception Sponsor McDonnel Group Volunteer Sponsor BP Gold Hole Sponsors: Sunburst Media HTV10 HL Haydel Memorial Hospice Whitney Bank Trapp Cadillac

TGMC Volunteer Auxiliary K & B Machine Works Quality Rental Tools Lamar Outdoor Hunter Parra Allied Shipyard Crothall Healthcare Trussell & Associates Terrebonne Homecare Coca-Cola Martin & Pelligrin Pneumatic Specialties Superior Ice Raymon Peeples Surbo Tubular Services Terrebonne Parish Sheriff’s Office USI Measurement Technologies Crescent Crown Buquet Distributing Chenevert Architects Haydel Dermatology

2011 Golf Organizing Committee Rhonda Alfred Preston Borne Kyle Bove Karla Couvillion Bret Cuneo Carol Graffagnino Randy Haddad Jamie Hebert Sid Hutchinson Paul Labat William Miller, III Ricky Reaves Shannon Rhodes Jeff Routier Mike Tingle

Junior Clinic at the Mary Bird Perkins at TGMC Open.

(L to R): Dr. Long, Radiation Oncologist, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC; Kevin Belanger, Board of Commissioners, TGMC; Rhonda Alfred, Director of Marketing and Planning, TGMC; Todd Stevens, President and CEO, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center; Dr. Doria, Medical Director, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC.

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R at h b o n e S ocie ty D onors Rathbone Society members are Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center’s most supportive donors, with annual gifts ranging from $5,000 to $20,000. Gifts from Paul D. Perkins Society members range from $1,200 to $4,999. The generosity of these donors makes it possible to provide vital cancer resources across the full spectrum of care. Individuals Benefactor ($20,000+) Tom and Lisa Adamek Mr. Art Favre Dr. and Mrs. Robert Fields Jerry and Devera Goss Dr. and Mrs. Greg Henkelmann Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon Johnson J. Gerard and Donna Jolly Dr. and Mrs. Maurice King Dr. Renee Levine Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lo T.J. Moran Mr. and Mrs. John Noland Gail and Bill O’Quin Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Parks Cherie and Bill Peters Dr. Mary Ella Sanders Mr. and Mrs. H. Norman Saurage, III Dr. Charles Wood and Dr. Brooke McCallum Philanthropist ($10,000-$19,000) Anonymous (1) Mr. John W. Barton, Sr. * Dr. R. Scott Bermudez John and Beth Brantley Jack and Carolyn Breaux Imo N. Brown Memorial Fund Mr. and Mrs. Dudley W. Coates Bill and René Firesheets Mr. and Mrs. John Graves Todd and Gwen Graves Alicé and Bob Greer Mr. and Mrs. Lane Grigsby

Mr. and Mrs. J. W. “Billy” and Janice Guitreau Jack and Becky Harris Brooke Haydel/Haydel Dermatology Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kurlas Richard and Susan Lipsey Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Mockler Ms. Josephine Nixon Mr. and Mrs. David Price Family of Dr. and Mrs. M.J. Rathbone, Jr. Stephen and Shawnee McCord Barbara Rathbone Jack and Randee Rathbone Richard and Michele Rathbone Mr. and Mrs. Kenny St. Romain Mrs. Betty Simmons Paul R. and Mary H. Thompson Roland and Kay Toups Patron ($5,000-$9,999) Anonymous (1) Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Anderson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Jeb Andrews Lee and Brenda Berg Skip and Sandy Bertman Mrs. Jeanelle Beskin Dr. and Mrs. Frederic Billings Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Campbell Brenda and Dave Davis Richard and Gloria Dodson Mike and Linda Ford Dr. John and Donna Fraiche Mr. and Mrs. G. Lee Griffin Davis Gueymard Dr. Kenneth R. and Rev. Janet D. Hogstrom Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jumonville

Mr. Arlen Ledet Jimmy and Lillian Maurin Frank and Kathy McArthur Mr. Earl Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Craig Nuckolls The Rawlston Phillips Family Jennifer Eplett and Sean Reilly Al and Anne Rotenberg Sanford and Jan Roy Blanchard and Allison Sanchez Hank and Laura Saurage Mr. Charles Schwing Todd and Kelli Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Newton Thomas Lewis and Gail Unglesby Mr. and Mrs. Henry Watson John and Janet Young

Organizations, Corporations and Foundations Benefactor ($20,000+) Albemarle Foundation Amedisys, Inc. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention City of Baton Rouge - East Baton Rouge Parish Elekta, Inc. The Gheens Foundation, Inc. Greater New Orleans Foundation Huey and Angelina Wilson Foundation Irene W. and C. B. Pennington Foundation Karnival Krewe de Louisiane Louisiana Hematology Oncology Associates Merrill Lynch Rubicon LLC St. Tammany Cancer Fund Susan G. Komen Bayou Affiliate Susan G. Komen Baton Rouge Affiliate Wal-Mart / Sam’s Club Foundation Philanthropist ($10,000-$19,000) Associated Grocers, Inc. BP America, Inc. Capital One Bank The Dow Chemical Company Foundation ExxonMobil Baton Rouge Refinery Louisiana Lottery Corporation

Mandeville High School Football Boosters Club Mockler Beverage Company Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center Peoples Health Republic Finance, LLC Southeast Louisiana Radiation Oncology Group Stirling Properties Tomarlee Foundation Turner Industries Group, LLC Wilbur Marvin Foundation Patron ($5,000-$9,999) American Cancer Society American Psychological Association Annuity Marketing Services, Inc. BASF Corporation Baton Rouge Coca-Cola Celebrating Life in South Louisiana Chenevert Architects, LLC CIGNA Foundation Cox Business Diane Allen & Associates The Drew Rodrigue Foundation Dutchtown High School/St. Amant High School First Premium Group, LLC Gulf South USSSA Huie - Dellmon Trust Louisiana Breast Cancer Task Force LUBA Workers’ Comp MAPP Construction, LLC Manda Fine Meats Northlake Gastroenterology Associates Papa Murphy’s Pizza POOLCORP The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Regions Bank Rich Mauti Cancer Fund Rouses Markets St. Michael the Archangel High School Sanderson Farms Susan G. Komen New Orleans Affiliate Terrebonne General Medical Center United Healthcare Services, Inc. The Williams Foundation * deceased 2011 Community Report

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Pau l D. P e r k i ns So c i et y Individuals Guardian ($2,500 - $4,999) Anonymous (1) Mr. Dane Andreeff Mr. and Mrs. Logan Babin Mr. and Mrs. Charles Badeaux Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Barber Aza and Tim Bowlin Mr. Len Fontaine, Jr. Brett and Renee Furr Cathie and Ed Galante Mr. Kevin Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Gregorie Dr. David Hanson and Dr. Jolene Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones Mrs. Ann Schudmak Keogh Mr. and Mrs. Luke Kissam Gordon and Teri LeBlanc Don and Pat Lyle Jim and Terri McIlwain Lee and Phyllis McLaurin Dr. and Mrs. Tom Meek Mr. Hillar C. Moore, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nowacki Mr. Raymon Peeples and Ms. Claudia Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Jon Petersen Bishop Clarence C. Pope, Jr., and Dr. Martha H. Pope Mr. and Mrs. Allen Robbins Mr and Mrs. Craig Ross Ellen C. Sessions Mr. and Mrs. Edward Spiess Mr. and Mrs. Troye Svendson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Todd Mr. John Turner and Mr. Jerry Fischer Ms. Alana Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. D. Randolph Waesche Mr. David Weinstein Peter and Lisa Wilson Sustainer ($1,200 - $2,499) Anonymous (1) Dr. and Mrs. Charles Afeman Laurie and Mark Aronson Brent and Donna Boé Ms. Kim A. Boudreaux Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown Robert L. Burgess Allison and Ethan Bush Mr. Herbert Butt

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Dr. Kevin Carman and Dr. Susan Welsh Mr. and Mrs. William Collins Kim and Robert Crosby Mr. Louis Curet Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daigrepont Bill and Glenda Dobson Morise and Renea Duffin Mr. Steven Dugal Mr. and Mrs. John Fetzer Mr. and Mrs. Kyle France Mr. and Mrs. Gary Graphia Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hebert Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, Jr. Mrs. Estelle Holliday Mr. John House Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Hurst Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Keller Randy and Yvonne Kinchen Debbie and Kevin Knobloch Wayne and Debbie Landry Mr. Kevin Lyle Mr. and Mrs. Mark Malkemus Mr. and Mrs. B. Michael Mauldin Mrs. Lillie Maurin Mr. and Mrs. C. Stokes McConnell Mr. and Mrs. Bill McNabb Dr. Clyde Moore Ron and Corinne Ness Will and Yvette Owens Mr. and Mrs. Harry Philips Jennifer and Tim Rice Mr. Stewart Roeling Dr. and Mrs. James Ruiz Mr. and Mrs. Tony Savoie Mr. and Mrs. Brian Stagg Moo and Martin Svendson Donna, Haley and Connor Taylor Mrs. Suzanne Turner Mr. James Walters June and Harry Warner Dr. Cornelius G. Whitley Jean and Will Wilcox Mr. and Mrs. Rip Wilkinson

Organizations, Corporations and Foundations Guardian ($2,500 - $4,999) .decimal, Inc. Alberty and Associates, LLC Allen Robbins & Associates, Inc. Antares Technology Solutions, Inc.

Arthur J. Gallagher of LA, Inc. Ascension Storage, LLC BP Houma Operations Learning Center B R & R Foundation Baker, Donelson, Bearman, Caldwell & Berkowitz, PC Bass Pro Shops Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana Breast Cancer Relief Foundation Capital One CenturyLink CIGNA Foundation Commonwealth Advisors, Inc. Cornerstone Government Affairs Crawfishman Triathlon ExxonMobil Foundation The Fund for Bogalusa Greater Mandeville Seafood Festival Gulf Island Fabrication, Inc. Hancock Bank of Louisiana JAA Foundation JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. - Baton Rouge MBPCC Employees - Partners of Hope MRCH-Livingston, LC dba MT’s Rib and Chop House The McDonnel Group Performance Contractors, Inc. Phelps Dunbar, LLP Prescription Benefits, Inc. SGS Petroleum Service Corporation St. Joseph’s Academy St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic High School Salmen Family Foundation Saurage Rotenberg Commercial Real Estate Slay Transportation Super Chevy Dealers T. Baker Smith, Inc. TraceSecurity, Inc. Wells Fargo Advisors Worley Catastrophe Response Sustainer ($1,200 - $2,499) A. Wilbert’s Sons, LLC The Air Products Foundation American Factory Direct Furniture Outlets Austin Fire Equipment B & G Crane Service, LLC Brand Scaffold Builders, Inc. CN Railway Capitol City Produce

Carter Chambers Combined Federal Campaign Corporate Mechanical Contractors, Inc. Covington High School Cross Road Centers Transportation & Warehouse Discover a Cure Dunham High School First Guaranty Bank Franklin G & K Services, Inc. Hexion Specialty Chemical Huntsman Polyurethanes & Specialties Hydrochem Industrial Services, Inc. Industrial Design & Construction Inc. Industrial Electric Motor Service, Inc. Inter-Civic Council of Baton Rouge JPMorgan Chase Foundation Jones-Hamilton Co. KLLM Transport Services, LLC Kinder Morgan Lewis-Goetz and Company, Inc. Lion Copolymer Mauser USA, Inc. Moody-Price LLC Nuclear Medicine Associates, LLC Occidental Chemical Corporation Olin Chlor Alkali Products PCS Administration (USA), Inc. PPC Mechanical Seals Pipeline Technology RA Loving & Co., LLC Reagent Chemical and Research Richard Oil and Fuel, LLC St. Peter Catholic School St. Tammany Parish Fire District 9 Volunteers Service Transport Company Sports Productions of Louisiana, LLC State Farm Insurance TMI Enterprise, LLC Total Safety U.S., Inc. Transport Service Company Trimac Transportation, Inc. United Way of South Louisiana VOA Associates Incorporated Wal-Mart Supercenter #1266 - O’Neal Lane


s a m a ritan's circ l e Ambassador ($600 - $1,199) Anonymous (4) 15th Street Flyers 3 Rivers Restaurant/Chimes Affirmative Services, Inc. Allied Shipyard, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Arcana Assurant Employee Benefits Assurant Employee Benefits Princeton and Dadie Bardwell Tim and Nan Barfield Annette D. Barton Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barton, Jr. Jay and Brenna Barzenick Baton Rouge Orthopaedic Clinic, LLC Berry Charitable Fund Mr. Richard Bosse Claude Bouchard and Monique Chagnon Ms. Kelly Boudreaux Linda and Bob Bowsher Bra Genie Tom and Virginia Bromley James and Donna Bryant Mr. Donald Callais Mr. Charles Capdeville Mr. Rawlin Carter Mrs. Dabney Cashe The Celtic Group, L.L.C. CMA Technology Solutions Compass Marine Inspection Service, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Credo Crothall Healthcare, Inc. Cruzin’ Camaro Sports Club Dallas Foundation Dr. and Mrs. Gary Dennis East Ascension High School EATEL Ellendale Country Club Estate of Charles Newton Schlatre, Sr. Ms. Stephanie Ferry Financial Insurance Consultants, LLC Clay and Katheryn Flournoy Mr. Christopher Foot Frock Candy Larry and Connie Galloway Mr. Gregory Geaman Genzyme Corporation Keith R. Gibson, M.D. Gilsbar, Inc. GMFS Ms. Carol Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Les Griffon Dr. Robert Grissom H L Haydel Memorial Hospice Hannis T. Bourgeois, LLP Cordell and Ava Haymon

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hebert Humana Dr. and Mrs. Donald Imhoff Infiniti of Baton Rouge Investar Bank Becky and Alston Johnson Chris and Kelley Jones K & B Machine Works, LLC L. Vernon Bourgeois, Jr. Campaign Account Laitram, LLC Charles and Carole Lamar Mr. Alvin LaPorte, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. W. Conville Lemoine Mr. John Levert Mr. and Mrs. Robin B. Liles Betty Fay and Buddy Lipsey Phil and Ann Livingston Ms. Monica Lockett Mr. Gerald Loring Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maniscalco Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Marquette Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Marx Dr. Lee Mason Mrs. Cynthia McMurray Morgan Keegan & Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Moser National Automotive Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Dyke Nelson Jake and Mary Nell Netterville Northshore Vineyard Church Olin Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Henry Olinde Mr. and Mrs. Philip O’Quin OrchestrateHR P & W Industries, L.L.C. Package Concepts & Materials, Inc. Mrs. Rosemary Palfrey Ms. Melanie Palmer Parish Concrete, L.L.C. Mr. Hunter Parra Mr. and Mrs. G. Allen Penniman Phelps Dunbar, L.L.P. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pitts Pneumatic Specialties, Inc. Ms. Irene Poche Mr. and Mrs. Davis Prescott Principal Financial Group Providence Holding, LLC Quality Rental Tools, Inc. Mr. Gerald E. Reed Mr. and Mrs. Mike Reitz Resource Bank Riverside Academy Sam’s Club #6527 Mr. L. Cary Saurage Mr. and Mrs. R. Scott Shean

Carl and Marlene Sheely Silliman Institute Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sinanan Mr. and Mrs. John Singletary Mr. and Mrs. Erdal Sipahi Dr. and Mrs. William Smith Staines & Eppling, APLC State Farm Insurance Company Surbo Tubular Services, Inc. Terrebonne General Medical Center Volunteer Auxiliary Terrebonne Homecare, Inc. Trapp Cadillac Chevrolet, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Trussell Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Tumminello Valero Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Alvey Vallee Mr. and Mrs. Michel Wall Wal-Mart #3483 Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market #4659 Wal-Mart Supercenter #3288 - Sullivan Road Wal-Mart Supercenter #401 - Plaquemine Wal-Mart Supercenter #961 - LaPlace Scott and Nicole Wester Whitney Bank Mr. and Mrs. George Wideman Ms. Naya J. Wiley David and Anne Winkler Winn-Dixie Stores Foundation Drs. Chris and Gay Winters Robert and Marsha Yarborough Alan and Sue Zaunbrecher Supporter ($300 - $599) Anonymous (3) 705, Inc. DBA Bogie’s Bar Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Abercrombie Acme Refrigeration of Baton Rouge, Inc. American Gateway Bank Mr. Theodore Anthony Ashton Marine, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Gary Asmus Ms. Betty Aucoin Audubon Engineering Operations, LLC Dr. Larry Bankston BASF Corporation Baton Rouge Sigma Alumnae Chapter Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Beech Mrs. Marjorie Belanger Amy and Robert H. Benton Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berret BJ Services/Baker Hughes Mr. and Ms. Everett Bonner Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Boone Tom Boudreaux and Mary Marchand Mr. David Bourgeois

Dr. and Mrs. P. M. Breaud Brock Services, LTD Broussard Paper, Inc. Mr. Max Brown Mr. and Mrs. David R. Bucey Bulldog Mr. Erick Burgess Mr. and Mrs. Shaun Burns C & C Drugs Vital Care C. Breit Marine Services LLC Cajun Constructors, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cammarosano Mrs. Judy Cancienne Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cancienne Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cannatella Ms. Jan Carrio Mr. Robert Carver Dean and Stephanie Cazenave CF Industries Claiborne Elementary School Commercial Tire of LA Inc. Consolidated Electrical Distributors, Inc. Cranford Equipment Company, Inc. Creating Miracles, Inc. Julie and Chris Crifasi Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crifasi Dr. Robert Crosby Daily Equipment Company Daiquiri Doctors, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Edward Daniel Mr. and Mrs. Scott Daugherty Patricia A. Day and Joseph G. Simmons Mr. and Mrs. Winston Day Ms. Susan Dickerson Document Management Solutions Ms. Hilary Domangue Ms. Susan Duncan Ms. Tammy Duncan Ms. E. Anne Dunn Dynamic Fuels, LLC EATEL Mrs. Dorothy Eglin Mr. Daniel Ehrhart Mr. Fred Elliff Ellison & Ellison EMCO Technologies Empire Scaffold, L.L.C. Mr. Nicholas Fiorito Mr. Timothy Folks Forest Heights Academy of Excellence Fred’s Bar Fryoux Tankerman Service of Texas, Inc. Fryoux Tankerman Service, Inc. Jenni Gibbons Dr. John P. Gibbons, Jr. Glen Oaks Park Elementary School #173 2011 Community Report

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Mr. Frank Graffagnino Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Graner Mrs. Dianne Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Kent Guidry Drs. Kevin and Kathy Guidry Gulf Stream Marine Surveying, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Haddad Dr. Mike and Cindy Harlan Mrs. Nita Harris Betty and Walter Hastings Mr. and Mrs. Darren Haydel Ms. Lois Hayhoe Hebert Steel Company, Inc. Held Consultants, LLC Holmes Building Materials Hosanna Christian Academy Ms. Goldie Hudson Mrs. Rose Hudson IKON Office Solutions Dr. and Mrs. Eli Jones Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Jones Kalle USA, Inc. Mr. Jonathan Kaplan Kean, Miller, Hawthorne, D’Armond, McCowan & Jarman LLP Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kearns Mr. and Mrs. Hugh R. Keel Dr. and Mrs. Steven Kelley Knights of Columbus #2807 Koch Specialty Plant Services, Inc. La-Mar-Ka, Inc. Mr. Greg Landry Mr. Aaron LaRose Mr. and Mrs. Shelton E. Launey Dr. and Mrs. Alexandre Leupin Liberty Self Storage, LLC Lincoln Financial Group Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lipe Neva Lipscomb Lofton Staffing & Lofton Security Services Dr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Long Louisiana Staffing Unlimited, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. C. Bryan Luikart Mr. Craig Lyons M. L. Smith, Jr. Inc. Macedonia Free Baptist Church Dr. Richard Magill Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mallory Marchem Technologies, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Michael Martin Ms. Marie Martine Stephen and Janis Mayfield Mr. and Mrs. Edward McCrary Measurement Technologies, Inc. Katy and Armand Michaud Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller Ms. Gail Miller Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller

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Mr. Steven Morgan Carolyn and D. Denis Murrell Mr. and Mrs. Todd Newbill NewPort Tank Containers, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. John Noland Ms. Courtney Nuckolls Oak Forest Academy Mr. Joseph Ochipinti Mr. and Ms. Brandon O’Deay Oncology Solutions, LLC Our Lady of the Lake School Ann and Justin Ourso PALA-Interstate, Inc. Parkview Baptist School Patrick L. Flanagan Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. John Patton Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pellegrin Ms. Shelly Pennington Conway and Robert Pettit Mrs. Doris Pettus Dr. Lynn Philippe Piccadilly Restaurants, LLC Pink Boutique, LLC Mr. James Poche Ponchatoula High School Prudential Financial Quality Bolt and Screw Corp. R & D Consulting Mr. Ricky Raven Red Stick Armature Works, Inc. Red Stick Sports Redemptorist High School Reliable Plumbing, Inc. Ragan and Virginia Richard Mr. Richard Robichaux Roland J. Robert Distributors, Inc. Ross Downing Chevrolet Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Rotenberg Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Sanders Schwab Charitable Fund Security Safety and Supply Inc. Shavers-Whittle Construction, LLC Patrick Shingleton Mr. and Ms. Ryan Siemann Mrs. Jo Ann Sims Mr. and Mrs. Edward Singleton SJB Group, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. David Smith Specialized Industrial Maintenance Spencer Feed & Seed & Lawn & Garden, Inc. St. Tammany Parish Hospital Star Service, Inc. State of Louisiana Stone Creek Club & Spa Mr. and Mrs. John Stuckey Dr. Marvin Stuckey Sumter Transport Company Mr. and Mrs. James Theriot

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas Dr. and Mrs. O. M. Thompson Tricore, Inc. Univar USA US Industrial Services, Inc. Villars Physical Therapy, LLC Ms. Erin Wallace Wal-Mart Distribution Center #6056 Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Walsworth Mrs. Verna Will Kirk and Cindy Williamson Ms. Pamela Wofford Wolfson Casing Corporation Mr. and Mrs. Barry Zeringue Care Giver ($120 -$299) Anonymous (6) A1 Mortgage Services Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Abercrombie Leo and Insa Abraham Mr. Patrick Adams Dr. Robert Alexander Allsteel Mr. Fred Amad The Ambrosia Bakery Paul K. and Clara S. Andersen Mr. Stan Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Anderson Dr. and Mrs. Tim Andrus Ascension Clerk of Court Employees Asphodel Baptist Church Mission Fund Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Augustus Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Babin Dr. Bruce Baer Bagal & Solatz, LLC dba Del Porto Mr. Richard Bailey Mr. Russell Bankston Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Barbe, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Barnes Bass Pro Shops Baton Rouge Crowne Plaza Benhard Grain, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tajiri Benjamin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bertrand Bistro Byronz Dr. and Mrs. Charles Black Carol Anne and Sidney M. Blitzer Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Bombet Mr. Jeffery Bordelon Boston Mutual Life Insurance Company Ms. Ashley Boughton Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boyce Mr. Harold Branch Bright Morning Star Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Richard Briody Mr. and Mrs. Ty Bromell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brown Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Broyles Dr. D’Orsay Bryant

Mac and Helen Bullock Mr. Edward Cabos Mr. Adrian Cairns Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Calandro Tammy Cameron Mrs. Elouise Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cappiello Ms. Claire Carley Mr. and Mrs. John Carnahan Robert H. Carpenter, Jr. Mr. Robert Casey Ms. Claire Cashio Castalia Farms Cedarwood School Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Casimir Cerniauskas Mr. Stephen F. Chiccarelli The Chrisitan Assembly Full Gospel Church Christian Life Fellowship, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Chuter Coastal Fire Protection, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coerver Dr. and Mrs. James Coleman Ms. Jean Comeaux Mr. and Mrs. William Conger Congregation of Greater Israel Baptist Church Mr. and Mrs. Michael Coon Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cornell Ms. Linda Cox Mr. Robert Coyle Crain Consulting Services, Inc. Ms. Jennifer Crane Pat and Margaret Culbertson Mr. and Mrs. Bret Cuneo Dr. and Mrs. Mortimer Currier The Curtain Exchange Mr. Seth Daigle Mr. and Mrs. Richard Damberg Judge Louis Daniel Mr. and Mrs. David Dansky Mr. Scott D’Aunoy Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davidson Mr. Jeffrey T. Day Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deaton Mr. A. David Deloach Mr. Raymond DeRossette Joshua Descant Household Mr. and Mrs. Rene Diaz Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dileo Diva Glam Salon Ms. Rosie Dodson Stevens Doucette Family Ms. Candace Downer Dredging Supply Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Britt Drummond Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dufour Mr. and Mrs. Chad Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Jason G. Dupree


Sara Easterly Ellis & Bradford Webvertising, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Engler ENTEK Laboratories II, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fabre Ms. Cherie Falgout Drs. David P. and Donna B. Fargason Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Faulk Favorites Promotional Products, Inc. Ms. Charlene Favre Dr. and Mrs. Steven Feigley Vince and Sue Ferachi Fidelity Homestead Savings Bank Mr. and Mrs. Jack Field Mr. Sean Finan and Dr. Kelly Finan Mr. and Mrs. John J. Finan, Jr. Nancy Fogleman Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Forsthoff Franklinton Primary School Mr. Chris Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Gay Mr. and Mrs. Todd Gerald Mr. Silas Geralds Mr. and Mrs. James Giblin Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gintner Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grace Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gray Greater New Galilee Baptist Church Rev. William Greene Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Guerin H. W. Rosenblum William and Vickie Hall William O. and Mary Helen Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hancock Mrs. Betty Hanks Ronald and Gloria Harlow Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Harris Haydel Dermatology, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Buzzy Heroman, Jr. Mr. Ricky Hesston Ms. Louise Hill Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hill Mr. Christopher Hohman Mr. and Mrs. Rich Holub The Hornsby Group Mr. Daniel Hotard Houston Armature Works, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William Huffmaster Mr. James Hutchison IBM Employee Services Center Mr. Jason Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Guy Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jens Mr. Mike Johnson Ms. Reberdia Jones Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Jones Mr. Adrian Kaiser, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Kaiser

Dr. and Mrs. George Karam Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kattenmeyer Kehoe France Northshore Student Council Mr. and Mrs. Gary Keyes Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kirby KJA Anesthesia Dr. and Mrs. A. James Klein Mr. and Mrs. William Kline Ms. Cyndi Knox Mr. and Mrs. John Koch L & L Investments Corporation Mr. Paul Labat Mrs. Faye LaCour Mr. Mark Lagrange Amy and Derrick Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Landry Mr. Marlon J. Landry Mr. and Mrs. Windom Landry Mr. and Mrs. Keith Langheinz LaSalle Elementary School Ms. Michelle Lato Mr. and Mrs. Shelton E. Launey The Leader Family Mr. and Mrs. Francis LeBoeuf Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lee Mr. and Mrs. Layne Lee Patty Lemoine Leverage 3 Ms. Charlotte Levy Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Lindsey Mr. Linwood Liner Mr. and Mrs. Carl Livermore R. Katherine “Kay” Long LA Coalition of African American Breast Cancer Survivors Cassie and Joseph Luquet LYBC 4940 LLC Mr. and Mrs. James Mack Anne and Paul Marks, Jr. Ms. Betsy Martin Mr. Adam Mason Mr. Bryan McClendon Mary and Charles McCowan Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCoy Ms. Laura McGinnis Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McNeil Mr. and Mrs. Scott McNulty Mr. Lawrence Medford Melrose Elementary School Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Menier Merck Partnership for Giving Larry L. and Shelley L. Merworth Mr. and Mrs. J. Rodney Messina Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mills Mr. and Mrs. Michael Miranda MM Covington, LLC dba Mellow Mushroom Ms. Sharyn Monce Ms. Laura Monroe

Mrs. Ruth Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nicholas Mrs. Becky Nissen Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nolan Mr. and Mrs. John Noland Ms. Alice Normand Northlake Financial Management Mr. and Ms. Brandon O’Deay Mr. Guy Palermo Park Elementary Dr. Brent Parker Mr. and Mrs. Michael Patterson Jay and Pamela Perkins Mr. David Perrin Mr. and Mrs. Preston Petersen Dr. Dale Politz Mr. Randall Purcell Mr. Wallace Pursell Ms. Pat Quartararo R P Insurance Agency, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ranzino Mr. and Mrs. Mark Richards Mr. and Mrs. Guy Riche’ Mr. Gerard Rockenbaugh, Sr. Mr. Alvin L. Ross, Jr. Mr. Milton Rougon Mr. and Mrs. Scott Roussel Jeff and Elise Routier Mr. Sidney Roy Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ruckstuhl Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ryder Mr. Stephen Scarbrough William W. Scheffy Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schlesinger Mr. Charles Schwing Dr. Kelly Scrantz Mrs. Carolyn Selig Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sessions Richard and Beverly Setliff Mr. Paul Sibley Mr. and Mrs. Edward Singleton Slaughter Logging LLC Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith Craig and Bridget Soileau Ms. Pamela Squyres Dr. and Mrs. Marshall St. Amant St. Paul’s School Star Physical Therapy, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jason Stephens Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sterling Mr. Robert Stone Drs. Peter and Barbara Strawitz Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stuart Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swicegood Ms. Catherine Swicegood T & A Investment Company LLC Tams, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Tarleton

Mr. Daryl Tempanaro Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomas Cayce and Jonathan Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thomassie Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tope Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Toups Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Trull Ms. Betty Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Uffman Ms. Kymberly Vincent-McCoy Ms. Debby Vollmer Mr. and Mrs. Eric Waechter Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Waguespack Mr. and Mrs. Hickley Waguespack Ms. Vicki Walker Wal-Mart #803 - Bogalusa Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Walsworth Ms. Noah Wartelle Mr. and Mrs. Denis Webre Mr. Jason Wells Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Wenisch Mrs. Carolyn West Dr. and Mrs. Roger West Mr. J.R. Whaley Tricia and Dick Whitlow Ms. Tina Wiker Ms. Lisa Williams Mr. and Mrs. Michael Williams Richard and Lori Wilson and Family Mr. and Mrs. Hedrick Wood, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Wright Ms. Allison Young Zaunbrecher Treadway, LLC Associate ($60 - $119) Anonymous (12) Mr. Walter Abadie Mr. Joseph Acampora Acosta Law Firm, LLC Ms. Latishia Adams Mr. Neal Adler Advance Education, Inc. Ms. Nolde Alexius Mr. and Mrs. Chris Allen American Legion Auxiliary #16 Ms. Frances E. Anderson Mr. and Ms. C. J. Angelette Mrs. Ruth Arbour Mr. Phomie Armstrong Mr. and Mrs. Ozer Arnas Ms. Kathy Arnes Ascension Logistics, Inc. Ms. Javon Ayo Mr. Ron Babb Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Babers Mr. Joseph Bailey The Balart Family

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Mr. and Mrs. Dale Barbier Dr. and Mrs. Louis Barfield Mr. Douglas Barnes Mr. and Mrs. Russ Barranco Mr. Gerard Bascle Mr. and Mrs. John Bateman Ms. Sandra Batten Bayou Scoundrel Daiquiris Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bearden Mr. and Mrs. William Beck Ms. Ellen Becker Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Beerbohm Mr. Clarence Bell Mr. Terry Bell Mr. Gord Berg Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Berthelot Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Berthelot Bistro Byronz Mandeville, LLC Ms. Lonnie Black Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Blackwell Ms. Judi Blue Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Borer Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Boudreaux Ms. Winona Boudreaux Mr. Trey Bradford Ms. Leslie Brandon Mrs. Joanne Brassett Mr. and Mrs. Julius Braud Ms. Michelle Brignac Mr. and Mrs. George Britten Mr. and Mrs. Chad Broussard Mr. Edsel Brown Ms. Frances Brown Ms. Mildred Brown Mr. Barry Bruce Ms. Geri Bruder Ms. Sarah Bruno Mr. Matt Bryant Ms. Eugenia Buckel Mr. Richard Buhler Mr. and Mrs. Allan Bundy Mr. John Burch Mr. Francis Burleigh Ms. Bonnie Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. E. Kent Caldwell Mr. Kenneth Caldwell Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Campo Mr. Ludwig Candies Mr. and Mrs. David Cangelosi Ms. Kathleen Cangelosi Mr. and Mrs. John Cantey Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cappo Jack and Ursula Carmena Mr. and Mrs. George Carmouche Mr. Paul Carreras Mr. and Mrs. Michael Carriere Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carrio Mr. Joseph Cashio

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Mr. and Mrs. David Cassidy Ms. Pam Castille Ms. Vernell Chaney Mr. Chamnan Chapman Chat and Chew Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Chenevert Ms. Mary Chustz Mr. Calvin Clement Mr. and Mrs. Kirt Clement Mr. Dean Clinard Coates Oil & Gas, LLC Mr. Charles Coghlan Ms. Peggy Colona Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Conaway Mr. James Connolly Mr. Patrick T. Connolly Ms. Debra Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Don Coppola Mrs. Linda Corkern Ms. Angela Corvers Country Club Court Homeowners Association Crawford Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Joey Crifasi Mr. Derek Crofton Ms. Lisa Cronin Ms. Heather Cross D. Honore’ Construction, Inc. Mr. Darrell Dabria Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dagani Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Daigre Mr. and Mrs. Robert Daigrepont Lynn Dalier Ms. Jane D’Angelo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson Ms. Deborah Davis Mr. William DeJean Mr. Gary Delatte Mr. and Mrs. Luther Despino Mr. and Mrs. Norman Deumite Ms. Bobbie Devall Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Devall Mr. Davis Dicharry Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dobard Doerle Food Services, LLC Mr. Charles Dominguez Dr. and Mrs. Francis Donner The Dorcas Door, Inc. Ms. Jenna Dorward Ms. Lauren Doucet Dougherty Financial LLC Mr. and Mrs. Dustin Dowling Ms. Gretchen Duffin Mr. Joseph Dugas Mr. Robert Dupont Mrs. Mikelynn Dupree Ms. Pamela Dykes East Ascension Rotary Club

Ms. Andrea Eickmeier Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Ellender Mr. Daryl Ellis Mrs. Marcile England Mr. and Mrs. David Ennis Mr. Femi Euba Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Eversberg ExxonMobil Environmental Department Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Ezidore Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Fazekas Mr. and Mrs. Terry Feehan Fetzer’s Interiors & Antiques, Inc. Fidelity Brokerage Services, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Fitzpatrick Mrs. Mary Ann Fontenot Mr. Nathan Fourrier Mr. George Franck Ms. Sabrina Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Louis Freeman Mr. Paul Fresina Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fruge Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fugitt Mr. David Gadd Ms. Corie Gagliano Mrs. Elizabeth Gallian Mr. Tommy Gardiner Mr. Paul Gaudet Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gaudry Mrs. Evelyn Gautreau Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gawarecki Ms. Joan Gergely Mr. Ron Gerrard Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Gill Ms. Winifred Gill Mr. Eric Goldman Mrs. Elizabeth Gomilla Mr. and Ms. Thomas Green Mrs. Elizabeth Griffith Mr. Sonny Gros Dr. Andrew Gutter Ms. Sue Hagius Ms. Nelwyn Hair Ms. Rachel Hamann Ms. Jenny Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hammatt Dr. and Mrs. James Haney Ms. Kim Hardman Ms. Kirstie Harris Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Harrop Mr. Chad Hatcher Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hathorn Mrs. Alison Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hayden Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hayden Mrs. Betsy Hebert Ms. Jamie Hebert Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hebert

Mr. Stephen Hebert Mr. and Ms. Kent Heckendorn Mr. David Heltz Mr. Daniel Henry Mr. and Mrs. Scott N. Hensgens Mr. Hugh Herrin Mr. George Hess Ms. Judy Hidalgo Ms. Donna Holmes Holy Family School Hospice of Baton Rouge Mr. and Mrs. David Howard Mrs. Mary Jane Howell Mr. Charles Hughes Mr. and Mrs. Alex Huis in ‘t Veld Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hunt Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hutchison Mr. and Ms. James Hymel IBERIABANK Dr. and Mrs. Fred Impastato Ms. Geraldine Inman ITI Technical College Mr. Ronnie Jackson Mr. and Ms. Stanley Jacobs Mr. Randall James Dean and Denise Janise Mr. Glen Jenkins Mr. Scott Jernigan Mr. Martin Jimenez Ms. Geraldine John-Louis Mr. Andy Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Johnson Ms. Cynthia Johnson Cherri and Clay Johnson Mr. Lowell Johnson Ms. Eilleen Jones Mr. Finas Jones Mr. Brian Jumonville Mr. Van Junot Mr. and Mrs. W. Joe Kelly Mr. and Mrs. C. Barrett Kennedy Mr. Jared Kennison Mr. Donald Kent Mr. Boyd Kernan Dr. and Mrs. Maurice King Mr. and Mrs. Steve M. King Myles and Dana Kirkland Ms. Edith Kitchens Ms. Susan Knight KPMG Mr. Alex Kropog Mr. and Mrs. David Kunz Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ladner LaFleur’s Plumbing Mr. Harry Laker Ms. Danielle Lamana Ms. Jana Landry Mr. Jason Landry


Mr. and Mrs. John Landry Mr. John Landry Mr. and Mrs. John Lane Ms. Sue Lane Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lang Mr. Lance LaPlace Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson Ms. Jan Latimer Ms. Tamara Laurie Mrs. Judith Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. David Laxton Mr. and Mrs. Brian Leaumont Kenneth and Peggy LeBeau Mr. and Mrs. Donald LeBlanc Ms. Julie LeBlanc Mr. Michael LeBlanc Ms. Violet LeBlanc Mr. and Ms. Randall LeJeune Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leonard Ms. Lillian LeRoy Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Lindsay Mr. Wendall and Dr. Laura Lindsay Ms. Christine Lipsey Mrs. Naomi Little Mrs. Mary Livingston Lockton Dunning Benefits Louisiana Business, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundin Mr. and Mrs. Sott Lyons Ms. Catherine Macha Mrs. Corrie Mackey Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mackey Mr. Hal Macmurdo Mr. and Ms. Marshall Madere Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Magee Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maher Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Malbrough Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Malbrough Mr. and Mrs. Jake Manship Mr. Robert Maranto Mrs. Joseph M. Marino Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Marino William and Eva Marks Mrs. Georgia Martin Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Martinez Ms. Shirley Masinter Mr. and Mrs. Randall Mason Ms. Elizabeth Mathias Mr. Lee Maxwell Mr. William Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mayo Marcelle and Garrett McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCown Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCoy Ms. Rhonda McGehee Mr. and Mrs. Rod McGehee Mr. W. Douglas McMillin Mr. and Mrs. Scott Medine

Ms. Silvia Medrano Mr. and Mrs. William Meinecke Mr. and Mrs. Norris Melancon Ms. Susan Melancon Ms. Ashlee Menke Ms. Tammy Menter Mr. and Mrs. William Metcalf Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Michaud Ms. Crissy Michel Mr. and Mrs. Carl Middleton Frank Milazzo, Jr. Mr. Barney Miller Mr. Eugene Miller Mr. and Mrs. James Miller Mr. Scott Miller Mr. and Mrs. Dorel Moldovan Ms. Cynthia Monget Mr. and Mrs. Mark Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Moody Mr. Michael Moore Mr. and Mrs. Terry Moore Moore, Thompson, Lee & Broyles, APLC Mr. and Mrs. James Morel Morgan Stanley c/o Cybergrants, Inc. Mr. Jeffrey G. Morici Mr. and Mrs. Camm Morton Mr. Matthew Moscona Ms. Sharon Myshrall Ms. Joycelyn Nash Ms. Shirley Nastasia Mr. Daniel Neck and Mrs. Angela Stam Mr. and Mrs. Martin Needom Mrs. Elaine Neese Ms. Lacey Neil Mr. and Mrs. Craig Netterville New York Life Insurance Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newman Mrs. Hanh Phueng Nguyen Mr. Shane Nicholas Ms. Judy Nickens Ms. Kayla Nolan Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Normand Mr. Pat Norris Mr. Patrick O’Callaghan Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ogden Mr. John Ogden Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ory Mr. Anthony Oster Mr. and Mrs. David Ostrowe Mr. and Mrs. Michael Oubre Mr. and Mrs. Artie Ourso Mr. Dan Palmer Mrs. Marguerite Parsons Drs. Kirk and Judith Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Brian Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Patterson Mr. Dickie Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Cedric Patton

Ms. Shelly Pennington Ms. Stacey Perez-Gros Ms. Earline Pesson Peters Wealth Advisors, LLC Mrs. Glynis Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pettiss Mr. Will Petty Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Mark Phillips Ms. Salli Phillips Ms. Sharon Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Donald Piatt Mr. Tom Piland Ms. Patricia Pitre Mrs. Mary Pizzolato Mr. and Ms. Greg Planchard Ms. Terri Pounds Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Powell Jeannine Prattini Mrs. Gretchen Pressburg Ms. Katherine Price Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Rabalais Ms. Mona Ragan Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Ramagos Mr. Richard Reaves, Jr. Ms. Celeste Reed Pam, Jason, and Natalie Reibert Mr. Larry Reichenbach Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reno Retirement Strategies Group, LLC Ms. Nancy Ringswald Mr. Russell Ritchie Mr. Michael Rivet Mr. Bob Robards Ms. Takenia Roberts Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Robinson, Jr. Mr. Arthur Rodrigue Mr. Jesse Rodrigue Dr. Mary Kathryn Rodrigue Mrs. Lori Roney Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Roohi Roux Brands, LLC Mr. James Roy Mr. Steven Ruiz Ms. Kathryn Rumer Russco Construction, Inc. Mr. Scott Russo Ryan Environmental Services, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Ted Saba Joel and Melanie Safer Mr. and Mrs. Michael Samanie Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sammonds Mr. and Ms. John Scarle Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schexnayder Ms. Kaye Schiefelbein Mr. Chad Schmalz Mr. Seth Schmeeckle and Dr. Kellie Schmeeckle

Ms. Janet Schmieder Mr. and Mrs. John Robert Schwendimann Mr. Shane Scioneaux Ms. Debra Scott Ms. Sheila Scott Ms. Carol Septs Service Plus Auto Glass Shannon Hardware Co. Mr. and Mrs. John Shiroda Ms. Vadel Shivers Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shobe Ms. Catherine Siadous Mr. and Mrs. Brian Sims Dr. Lydia Sims Mr. Richard Singletary Mr. and Mrs. G. Wayne Sledge Mr. and Mrs. Gary Sligar Ms. Beverly Smiley Ms. Adrienne Smith Ms. Diana Smith Ms. Mary Smith Mr. Stewart Sommers Mr. and Mrs. Claus Sorensen Mrs. Sue Spaht Ms. Marie C. St. Amant St. Bernard Firefighters Association Local 1468 Ms. Alice Jo Stander Mrs. Tammy Steele Malcolm Stein Jim and Phyllis Stiltner Mr. and Mrs. Brad Supple Mr. Tony Swan Mr. Richard Sweat Dr. Basil Sweatt Mr. and Mrs. Todd Talbot Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Taylor Ms. Sandra Taylor Ms. Jobie Templet Mr. and Mrs. Larry Terrio Mrs. Florence Thibodeaux Dr. and Mrs. R. Scott Thurston Mrs. Agnes Titkemeyer Ms. Edith Touchet Mr. Ralph Trevil Ms. Mary Tullier Tyler & Possa, APLC U-Drop Packing & Shipping Mr. and Mrs. Alvey Vallee Nancy and Charles Valluzzo Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Vaughn Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Villemarette Mr. Daniel Vincent W. P. Wray, Jr., Attorney at Law Dr. and Mrs. Clay Waggenspack Mr. and Mrs. Barry E. Waguespack Ms. C. Alison Walker Mr. and Mrs. Harley J. Walker 2011 Community Report

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Ms. Julie Walker Mr. and Mrs. James Wall Watkins, Walker, & Eroche, A.P.L.C. Mr. Karl Watlington Mr. and Mrs. David Weber Mrs. Dorothy Webre Mr. J. Weilbacher Lynn and Felix Weill Mr. Eddie Whitaker Mr. Frank Wickes Ms. Judith Wiggins Mrs. Marlene Wilcox Ms. Heather Williamson James E. Willis and Emily Stich Ms. Jamie Wilson Ms. Beverly Wood Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wooley Mr. Robert Woosley Mrs. Rose Wright Yambilee Campers of Opelousas Mr. Josh Yarborough Ms. Hope Zettlemoyer Friend ($30 - $59) Anonymous (7) Mr. Matt Abinanti Mr. Clarence Acclise Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Adams Mrs. Cynthia Addison Mrs. Randy Albin Lee and Kathy Alexius Barry and Marie Allen Ms. Susan Allen Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Amato Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Anderson Mr. and Mrs. William Anderson Dr. and Mrs. H. Paulsen Armstrong Ms. Mary Audioun Mr. Frank Auer Mr. and Mrs. Norman Augusta Ms. Holly Bacon Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Baham Ms. Donna Baham Janet and Jerry Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Baronich Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barrient Baton Rouge Securities Co., LLC Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bayhi Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bearden Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Beckers Ms. Marjorie Belk Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bender Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Benedetto Ms. Rosa Benjamin Mark and Kathy Bensabat Dr. Mitchell Berger Mrs. Helen Bergeron Dr. R. Scott Bermudez

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Mr. and Mrs. Currie Berry Mr. Ralph Cliff Berry Mr. and Ms. Harry Berthelot Dr. and Mrs. Terence Beven Bill’s Auto Enterprises Mr. Christopher Birdsong Robert and Jane Blackledge Ms. Roberta Blanchard Mr. Rodney Blanchard Mr. Robert Bogan Ms. Valerie Borders Ms. Helen Borne Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bouchereau Mr. and Mrs. Emile Bourg Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bourgeois Mr. Mark Bourgeois Mr. Geoffrey Bove Ms. Rose Brady Mrs. Elizabeth Branagan Ms. Kimberly Brannon Ms. Julianna Braud Ms. Edna Breaux Miss Kathy Breaux Rose and Verne Brian Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Brian Ms. Tiffany Brignac Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Broaden Mr. Ricky Brock Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brodbeck Ms. Gladys Brown Mr. Annette Burns Ms. Mary Burns Ms. Carrie Burrell Ms. Martha Burtt Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Byrd Mr. and Mrs. Donald Caillouet Ms. Elsie Cain Mr. Kevin Caire Cal’s Bakery Ms. Mary Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell Canova’s City Drug Store and Gift Shop Ms. Claire Capitelli Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Carter Mr. and Mrs. Philip C. Catalano Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cavalier Mr. Charles Ceruti Pat and Linda Chaney Mr. and Mrs. Donald Chatelain Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program Ms. Catrina Chmurka Ms. Deborah Chosewood Mr. and Mrs. James Chustz Ms. Anita Claudel Mr. Francis Clements Bobbie Coffman Ms. Grace Cognevich Mr. and Mrs. James Collier

Cornerstone Government Affairs Mr. and Mrs. James Covington Ms. Cathleen Creed Mr. and Mrs. William Creveling Cypress Energy Corporation Mrs. Jeanie Dardeau Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dartez Mr. and Mrs. Peeler Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Davis Dr. and Mrs. Phillip J. Deer Mr. L. Boyd Delaune Mr. and Mrs. Howard Denoux Mrs. Alice Devillier Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dill Mrs. Kay Dillon Mr. Larry Distefano Mr. Cecil Doffitt Ms. Toni Douglas Norbert and Bettty Drew Ms. Joan Drouilhet Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dubis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DuBoulay Mr. L. Dale Ducote Mr. Brad Duet Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Dugas Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dunnam Mrs. Sharon Durio Mr. and Mrs. John Dyer Mrs. Mary Lou Earle Mr. Carl Eberts Mrs. Millie Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eidt, Jr. Mrs. Myrtle Eiermann Ms. Syble Ellen Mr. and Mrs. H. David Ellis, Jr. Estate of Marie M. Mistretta The Excalibur Club of Baton Rouge Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Falsetta Reggie Farque and Tammie Fontana Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Finley Mr. and Mrs. James Firnberg Ms. Julie B. Fitzpatrick Mrs. Nancy Fooshee Tim and Debbie Ford Mr. and Mrs. William Fort Buzz and Robyn Foster Ms. Beryl Fourroux Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frederic Mr. and Mrs. Louis Frey Ms. Patricia Friedmann Mrs. Marie Gage Ms. Kathryn Galloway Mr. and Mrs. Neel Garland Mrs. Edna Gaudin Mrs. Amy Gauthier Gauthier Professional Services, Inc. Ms. Nicci Gazaway Ms. Heather Gerhold

Mr. and Mrs. David Giroir Ms. Pamela Giroir Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Gladden Ms. Jennifer Glover Dr. and Mrs. Paul Granada Anissia T. Mims-Green Rep. Hunter Greene Grezaffi Financial Services, LLC Mrs. Frances Groves Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Guedon Mr. and Mrs. John Guerin Lynn and Bill Guggolz Mrs. Louise Guidroz Ms. Danielle Guillot Mrs. Ellen Guillot Ms. Patsy Guitreau H & M Veterinary Services Mr. Clarence Hall Mrs. Lucille Hammond Ms. Sharon Harman Mr. Herman Harris Mrs. Phyllis Harris Mrs. Margaret Harrison Ms. Ethylene Hartzog Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hayman Robert and Betty Hazel Don and Barbara Hebert Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hebert Mr. and Mrs. John Hebert Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heinrich Ms. Marlene Hendrix Mr. Edward Hidalgo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Hightower, Jr. Mr. Louis Himel Mr. and Mrs. David Hitcher Ms. Donna Hodge Mr. Michael Holley Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Hoover Mrs. Sandra Hufstetler-Istre Mrs. Billie Hultgren Merlie and Clay Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hux Ms. Mary Elizabeth James Dr. and Mrs. J. Paul Jenkins Mr. Wallace Joffrion Ms. Pearlie Johnson Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Johnston Colonel and Mrs. Jerald Juneau Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kaiser Mr. K. A. Keblys Patience and James Keisler Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Kerr Mr. Nelson Kimble Mr. Huey P. Kinchen Mr. Leigh King Diane and Warren Kirsch Mr. Ed Klein Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kleinpeter


Bryan Knost Household Mr. William Knox Mr. and Mrs. Dale LaCombe Lee and Terri Lamb Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lambert Mr. and Mrs. Barry Lamothe Mr. and Mrs. Chris Landry Jerry and Linda Landry Kathryn Landry Ms. Nikki Landry Mr. and Mrs. Tony Landry Susan and Robert Lanzini Laronda Daigle, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Monty Laurent Mrs. Aimee Lavespere Ms. Michelle Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Alvin LeBlanc, Jr. Ms. Lucille LeBlanc Mr. and Mrs. Willie LeBlanc Ms. Molly Lee Mr. and Mrs. Arvis Leininger Mr. and Mrs. A. Roy LeJeune Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lennie Mrs. Chyrel Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Liles Ms. Joyce Liuzza Mr. and Mrs. Jules Lockhart Mrs. Lena Mae Lombardo Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lottinger Louisiana Chapter International Personnel Management Assn. Mrs. Gail L. Louque Mr. and Mrs. Gaylan Loveless Mr. and Mrs. Larry Luster Mr. and Mrs. Matt Maddox Ms. Eddie Lou Magee Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mancuso Mr. Ray Marcello Mr. Sidney Marchand Dr. Jennifer Martin Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Martin Mr. Marion Mascarella Mr. David Mason Mr. Tom Massey Ms. Melodee May Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mayeux Mr. and Mrs. Stephen McCord Mr. Brookshire McDonald Mr. Al McDuff Mr. and Mrs. Richard McKay Ms. Madeline McLaughlin Cpt. Richard McNeely Ms. Shirley McNemar Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Meagher Mrs. Sue Melancon Mrs. Natalie Mentel Mrs. Josie Messenger

Mrs. Delores Miller Donald T. and Anna W. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Miller Harriet Babin Miller Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miller Mr. and Mrs. Terry Miller Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Milton Ms. Katie Mingo Mr. and Mrs. Craig Mistretta Mr. and Mrs. John Monroe Mr. and Mrs. John Montgomery Ms. Katie Moore Mrs. Lucille Moore Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore Mrs. Wallace Moore Ms. Molly S. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Morris Mount Bethel Baptist Church Arthur and Linda Muhleisen Adrienne and Benjamin Mullens Mr. Dan Mulligan Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Munch Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy Mr. Doug Naden NAGOL, L.L.C. Ms. Jane Nakamura Mr. Ruben Nambo Newberry Campa Architects Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Nobles Mr. and Mrs. James Nosacka Mrs. Anais Odom Mrs. Jennifer O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ourso Ms. Emily Ourso Ms. Estelle Parkerson Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parsons Mr. and Mrs. John Pastorek Mrs. Murley Patin Mr. David Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Paul Mr. Raymond Payne Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Payton Mr. and Mrs. J. Ronald Peairs Mr. and Mrs. John Pecoraro Mr. and Mrs. James Pelton Mr. Angelo Pepe Jerry and Francine Perlman Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Peters Mrs. Shelley Pettus Mr. Curtis Phelps Mr. Dennis Pigg Mr. and Mrs. Gary Plaisance Mr. Ronnie Poe Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Poirrier Judge and Mrs. Frank J. Polozola Mrs. Marie Popov Mrs. Doris Preis Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Prejean

Ms. Mary Priebe Mr. Raymond Prince Ms. Kathy Probst Dr. Sharon Ragas Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ragusa Mrs. Frances Ray Re/Max First Record Agency, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reed The Reviewers Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rhodes Mrs. Mary Ricard Mrs. Mildred Ricard Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ricks Ms. Linda Rigell Mr. and Mrs. Oran Ritter Mr. and Mrs. Prosper Rivet Ms. Trish Robin Ms. Keli Rogers Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Romano Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Romero Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Rooney Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Rosette Dr. and Mrs. George Roundtree Mr. and Mrs. Pat Roy Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Roy Mr. and Mrs. Romawatti Rupnarain Ms. Grace Russo Ms. Theresa Saia Mr. and Ms. Zlatko Salihbegovic Mr. and Mrs. Channing Sanders Ms. Dorothy Sanders Dr. Mary Ella Sanders Kelly Martin Sanderson Mrs. Elizabeth Scallan Mr. Jack Scariano Mrs. and Mr. Steve Schneider Mr. and Mrs. Harold Seaton Roland and Eloise Selig David and Paulette Senior Ms. Margaret Sheldon Mrs. Tiffany Shelton Ms. Jenafer Sheridan Ms. Adrienne Shields Mr. Charles Silvan Ms. Robin Silverman Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Simmons Ms. Jill Sisney Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Smith Dr. and Mrs. R. Michael Smith Mr. and Mrs. Edward Soileau Ms. Barbara Solar Mr. and Mrs. Mark Sotile St. Louis King of France Catholic School Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Stagg Stanton’s Ace Appliance Superstores Mr. Marshall Starns

Mr. and Mrs. Gil Steiner Ms. Elizabeth Stewart Mr. Michael Stewart Stitch In Time Club Sugar Sweet Bake Shop LLC Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sulzer Ms. Alice Summers Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Tanner Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Taravella Mr. and Mrs. Randy Thibodeaux Mr. and Mrs. John S. Thomas Mrs. Shirley Thomas Ms. Bobbie Trageser Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Trahan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trahan Ms. Magdalene Tran Mr. and Mrs. Chris Trevino Mrs. Carol Triola Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Troxclair Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Troxclair, Jr. Mrs. Carolyn Trupiano Ms. Karla Tullier United Way of Greater Los Angeles Mrs. Susan Valenti Ms. Deirdre Ventress Dr. Mark Ventress Mr. Aaron Villar Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Vitrano Ms. Debra Volpe Mrs. Cheryl Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Wallace Ms. Rita Walls Ms. Lovenia Watson Mr. and Mrs. Chip Weimar Mr. and Mrs. Charles West Mr. Stuart Whetsell Ms. Monica Wiley Ann Wilkinson Anne Burford Williams Mr. and Mrs. Jack Williams Mr. and Mrs. James Williams Mr. Charles T. Williamson Mr. and Mrs. R. Woodrow Wilson Paula and Tom Wood Mr. Cody Worsham Mr. Francis Wyble Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Yancy Mr. Robert Yates Mr. and Mrs. Michael Yohe Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Young Mrs. Genevieve Zeigler

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E m p loyee Gi vi n g

Anonymous (9) Latishia Adams Patrick Adams Melinda Albin Sheila Alexander Peggy Amato Shelletha Anderson Sylvia Arton Tammy Asmus Yolanda Augustus Javon Ayo Donna Baham Paige Barcia Adrian Beckwith Johnnay Benjamin Amy Berthelot Lonnie Black Sherri Blackwell Gwen Bonton Ashley Boughton Kyle Bove Harold Branch Edna Breaux Michelle Briganac Tiffany Brignac Ashleigh Brown Donna Bryant Matt Bryant Ethan Bush Ashley Byrd

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Bonnie Caldwell Tammy Cameron Mary Campbell Robert Carver Rhonda Chandler Carolyn Chassee Catrina Chmurka Connel Chu Peggy Colona Linda Cox Jennifer Crane Erin Credo Lynn Dalier Raymond DeRossette Susan Dickerson Jenna Dorward Candace Downer Tatricia Drake Brad Duet Renea Duffin Joseph Dugas Amy Dugas Susan Duncan Chad Dunn Pam Dykes Brenda Eppinett Tom Evins Kara Ferachi Beverly Fields Sabrina Franklin Corie Gagliano

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Amy Gauthier Charity Gay Heather Gerhold Jenni Gibbons John Gibbons Denise Gipson Candace Goodman Anissia T. MimsGreen Dianne Griffin Janet Guercio Bonnie Guidry Teresa Guidry Patsy Guitreau Randy Haddad Amie Haggenmacher Vickie Hall Sharon Harman Sherri Hayden Stephen Hebert Ricky Hesston Katherine Hilliard Ken Hogstrom Donna Holmes Chris Hux Michelle Hyatt Shima Ito LaRue Jolly Debbie Knobloch Cyndi Knox Leslie Landry Debbie Landry

Leslie Lang Aaron LaRose Michelle Lato Jimmy Lebo Lan Lin Neva Lipscomb Donna LockettLopez Danielle Mack Corrie Mackey Carolyn Madere Rebekah Maher Betsy Martin Leigh Ann Martinez Adam Mason David Mason Janis Mayfield Ashlee Menke Natalie Mentel Katy Michaud Crissy Michel Mike Miranda Sylvia Moak Monica Moldovan Sharyn Monce Susette Morgan Adrienne Mullens Sharon Myshrall Doug Naden Ruben Nambo Shirley Nastasia Dan Neck

Lacey Neil Victoria Newland Hanh Nguyen Judy Nickens James Nosacka Paul Nowacki Courtney Nuckolls Lisa O’Deay Megan O’Quin Emily Ourso Brent Parker David Perrin Salli Phillips Sharon Phillips Judy Pol Jacqueline Polito Randy Purcell Maria Reyes Trish Robin Jesse Rodrigue Keli Rogers Chad Schmalz Tiffany Shelton Jenafer Sheridan Vadel Shivers Kristi Siemann Eddie Singleton Erdal Sipahi Adrienne Smith Renee Smith Karen Spriggs

Angela Stam Jason Stephens Todd Stevens Michael Stewart Josh Strahan Amy Thomassie Karla Tullier Susan Valenti Alana Vaughn Deirdre Ventress Temple Villar Dan Vincent Debby Vollmer Kevin Walker Vicki Walker Pam Wall Erin Wallace Marian Walsworth Tracie Way Beverly West Carolyn West Lisa Williams Heather Williamson Jamie Wilson Beverly Wood Carrie Wood Gloria Worrell Lisa Zeringue


❝Our heroes are the many folks who donate their time, talent and wealth to

great causes like Mary Bird Perkins.❞ Bill & Gail O’Quin Heart of a Hero inaugural donors

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CANCER CENTER FOUNDATION As Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2011, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Foundation also celebrated a remarkable milestone. The Foundation’s endowment surpassed the $5 million threshold, thanks to an extremely successful year of contributions. With leadership and support from Mr. Thomas J. “T.J.” Moran, Heart of a Hero, Mary Bird's new grateful giving program was launched. Thanks to 73 generous donors, nearly $1.2 million in gifts and pledges were received in recognition of their heroes. As a result, 23 new Anna B. Lipsey Legacy Builders were added. All of these generous gifts will help further build a permanent endowment dedicated to helping fight cancer in the communities served by Mary Bird Perkins. In 2011, we honored the amazing past of Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. It will be the responsibility of the MBPCCF to help secure its bright future.

Have you left your legacy?

2011-2012 MBPCCF Board of Directors & OFFICERS Bill Peters, CFP Chair Peters Wealth Advisors, LLC

Gail O’Quin Vice Chair Self-employed

Gerald T. Goss, CFP, ChFC Secretary/Treasurer Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC

J.H. Campbell, Jr. Associated Grocers, Inc.

Richard A. Lipsey Lipsey’s Inc.

B. Michael Mauldin Jones Walker

James R. McIlwain Lamar Advertising Company

Blanchard Sanchez McArthur-Sanchez Associates

Todd D. Stevens President and CEO Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center and Foundation

Paul R. Nowacki Chief Financial Officer/Assistant Secretary Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center and Foundation

Ethan Bush Chief Development Officer/Assistant Secretary Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center and Foundation

G. Lee Griffin Ex-Officio Member LSU Foundation

❝This past year we reached a major goal in our work to grow a healthy endowment. Thanks to an extraordinary donation by Mr. Thomas “T.J.” Moran and the associated Heart of a Hero giving program, our mission to build an endowment to fight cancer was greatly fortified. We must all continue to support Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Foundation today to ensure its ability to make a difference in cancer care tomorrow.❞ Bill Peters FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS, Chair

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Anna B. Lipsey Legacy Builders is comprised of individuals who have made or have notified Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Foundation (MBPCCF) of their intent to make planned gifts through their estate plans. Donors who have made outright gifts of $10,000 or more to the endowment or created endowed gifts for specific programs are also recognized as Anna B. Lipsey Legacy Builders. Through their generosity, the following individuals are helping MBPCCF build a perpetual endowment fund in support of Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. The endowment will also ultimately help support other nonprofit entities that have demonstrated the ability to conduct cancer-related programs, provide services that reduce cancer incidence and mortality, or improve the quality of life for those affected by cancer. Anonymous – (11) Robelynn H. Abadie Tom and Lisa Adamek Mr. and Mrs. Jeb Andrews Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barton, Jr. Mr. John W. Barton, Sr.* Mr. and Mrs. James M. Bernhard, Jr. Evelyn Campbell Beven * Dr. and Mrs. Bryan Bienvenu Dr. and Mrs. Frederic Billings, III Mrs. Jane Thibaut Boyce John and Beth Brantley Jack and Carolyn Breaux Herbert H. Butt in Memory of Joan J. Butt Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Campbell, Jr. Carolyn A. Chassee Pat Cheramie Beverly and Dudley Coates Jess Willard Cockerham * Charles Newsam Conner * Violet T. Crum * Jean H. Curet * Mr. Louis D. Curet Mr. D. Cecil Delaune * Ms. Elaine T. Delaune * Leonard Boyd Delaune Hazel Ewing * Isiah J. Ewing * Art E. Favre Dr. and Mrs. Robert S. Fields

William A. Ferguson * Leon Ford, IV and Helen Ford Dufreche Dr. John and Donna Fraiche The Raymond and Mary Gettier Fund * Charlie V. Giambelluca * Jerry and Devera Goss John and Cynthia Graves Todd and Gwen Graves Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Greer, Jr. Isaac and Florence* Gregorie Mr. and Mrs. Lee Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Lane Grigsby David S. Hanson, M.D. and Jolene K. Johnson, M.D. Mrs. Cecile B. Harrell * Jack and Becky Harris Dr. and Mrs. Gregory C. Henkelmann The D. Jensen Holliday Family Fund Dr. and Mrs. Sheldon A. Johnson Jerry and Donna Jolly Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Jones Esther Kent * John Barker Killgore * Shirley Coppenex Killgore * Dr. and Mrs. Maurice L. King, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony S. Kurlas Family Mary Alicia* and Bettye* Lauret Marianne and R. Upton Lea, Jr. * Renee A. Levine, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Lipsey

Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Lo Alton W. Luedtke Don and Pat Lyle Mrs. Paula Garvey Manship * Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. McArthur, II Mrs. Sancy H. McCool * Chuck* and Ruth McCoy Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. McKernan Lady Katharine McLaurin * Dr. and Mrs. Tom J. Meek, Jr. Marguerite H. Mills * The Mockler Family Mr. Hillar C. Moore, Jr. Mr. Thomas J. Moran Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Moser Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Moyse, III Rosalie Moyse * Stephen R. Musso * Earl E. Nelson Ron and Corinne Helm Ness Mrs. Eleanor P. Newman * John and Virginia Noland Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Nowacki Craig and Cindy Nuckolls Bill and Gail O’Quin Dr. and Mrs. Judd Patten Bill and Cherie Peters Miss Emogene Pliner * Mr. and Mrs. David C. Price Dr. Barbara V. Rathbone

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Dr. and Mrs. M.J. Rathbone, Jr. * Dr. and Mrs. Richard Rathbone Suzanne and Jackie Rome Blanchard and Allison Sanchez Marjorie H. Sanders * Mary Ella Sanders, M.D. The Saurage Family Donna M. Saurage Charles Newton Schlatre, Sr. Elaine Kessler Schudmak * Jerry* and Chuck Schwing Ms. Ruth C. Sessions Beverly Carson Smiley Dr. Charles M. Smith Derrick Spell, M.D. Edward and Bernice Spiess Todd and Kelli Stevens Peter and Paige Stewart Emily C. Stich Dr. and Mrs. O.M. Thompson, Jr. Michael Trufant Felix and Lynn Weill Ann Wilkinson Charles O. Wood, M.D.

* deceased

New 2011 Anna B. Lipsey Legacy Builders are denoted in bold.

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Saving lives and extending life is possible at Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. This is the sentiment expressed by the grateful patient who inspired Heart of a Hero, Mr. T.J. Moran, a 22-year throat and lung cancer survivor who was treated at MBPCC. Mr. Moran’s immense gratitude and respect for the members of his treatment team led him to make an extraordinary donation of $1 million to the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center Foundation, announced at the Center’s 40th Anniversary Gala in April 2011. This overwhelming act of generosity brought to life Heart of a Hero, a grateful giving and recognition program to support the fight against cancer. Heart of a Hero is available to anyone, for any amount, to honor or memorialize individuals who have touched their lives and support Mary Bird Perkins’ life-saving work. Share your hero with us at marybird.org/hero. Mr. Moran’s story has inspired so many already. The inaugural donors to this program include: T.J. Moran, cancer survivor

Inaugural Donors Anonymous (3) Tom and Lisa Adamek Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Anderson, Jr. Jeb C. Andrews Lee and Brenda Berg Skip and Sandy Bertman Pam Bordelon John and Beth Brantley Jack and Carolyn Breaux Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brown Dr. Kevin Carman and Dr. Susan Welsh Mr. and Mrs. Dudley W. Coates Louis D. Curet Brenda and Dave Davis Richard and Gloria Dodson Art E. Favre Dr. John and Donna Fraiche John and Cynthia Graves Todd and Gwen Graves Alíce and Bob Greer Isaac M. Gregorie Mr. and Mrs. G. Lee Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Lane Grigsby Teresa Daigle-Guidry and Kent Guidry Dr. David Hanson and Dr. Jolene Johnson Jack and Becky Harris Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hayden

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Mr. and Mrs. Mark Hebert Dr. Kenneth R. and Rev. Janet D. Hogstrom Clint and Betsy Hurst JPMorgan Chase Bank J. Gerard and Donna Jolly Mr. and Mrs. Dan Jumonville Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipsey Richard and Susan Lipsey Louisiana Hematology Oncology Associates Dr. Bryan Bienvenu Dr. Frederic Billings Dr. David Hanson Dr. Judd Patten Dr. Derrick Spell Jeffrey and Leslie Marx Kathy and Frank McArthur Mr. and Mrs. B. Michael Mauldin MBP Employees - Partners of Hope Mr. and Mrs. C. Stokes McConnell Jim and Terri McIlwain Dr. and Mrs. Tom Meek The Mockler Family Mr. Burke Moran Mr. Thomas J. Moran Josephine W. Nixon Paul and Evelyn Nowacki Gail and Bill O’Quin Bill Peters Family David and Jeannie Price

Allen Robbins Sanford and Jan Roy Blanchard and Allison Sanchez Mr. and Mrs. H. Norman Saurage, III and Family Mr. and Mrs. H. Norman Saurage, IV Mr. L. Cary Saurage Carl and Marlene Sheely Mr. and Mrs. Pat Shingleton Southeast Louisiana Radiology Oncology Group Dr. Robert Fields Dr. Gregory Henkelmann Dr. Sheldon Johnson Dr. Maurice King Dr. Renee Levine Dr. Kenneth Lo Dr. Mary Ella Sanders Dr. Charles Wood Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Spiess Brian and Karen Stagg Todd and Kelli Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Troye Svendson Mr. and Mrs. Collis Temple Paul R. and Mary H. Thompson Dr. and Mrs. Vincent Tumminello Mrs. Sue Turner Lewis and Gail Unglesby Mr. and Mrs. D. Randolph Waesche Henry A. Watson Family Mr. and Mrs. John A. Young


Wa n t To Make A Di ffere nce? Volunteerism. Fundraising. Giving. And More! We have many ways that you can get involved to help fight cancer with Mary Bird Perkins. Let us find the best fit for you. Volunteer & Fundraise

Ways to Give

Volunteer Your Time at Our Centers

Fight Cancer Campaign

Patient volunteers assist in the reception areas, provide clerical and basic computer support and offer that caring and compassionate “personal touch” for our patients. Volunteer opportunities are also available for community cancer screenings.

Supporting our annual fund helps sustain the life-saving work of our early detection and outreach services as well as cancer research and education.

Heart of a Hero (Honor and Memorial Gifts)

For more information about volunteering contact Renee Smith at (225) 215-1230.

Who are the heroes in your life? Giving to Heart of a Hero, in honor or memory of someone who has made a difference in your life or the life of a family member or friend, is a wonderful way to say “thanks.”

Serve on a Fundraising Committee

Signature Fundraising Events

Play an active role in planning and executing fundraising events and campaigns like the Taste of the Tournament Par-Tee and Auction, Annual Golf Tournaments and Fight Cancer Campaign.

Host an Event Help us make new friends by hosting an in-home reception or community event fundraiser. We will work with you to create an exciting event idea.

Cause Marketing Establish a partnership with Mary Bird Perkins to raise awareness and funds through your product, service or business.

Corporate sponsorships, restaurant participation, ticket purchases and volunteer participation are just some of the ways you can be involved in our signature events, such as the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center – Merrill Lynch Open, Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center at TGMC Open, Taste of the Tournament Par-Tee and Auction and Benefits of Home Gala.

Endowment and Planned Giving (Foundation) MBPCC Foundation houses an endowment designed to provide annual program support to Mary Bird Perkins. Contributions and/or planned gifts (bequests, estate gifts, charitable remainder trusts, etc.) to the Foundation of $10,000 will place the donor in the Anna B. Lipsey Legacy Builders Society.

For more information, visit us at www.marybird.org/give or contact the Office of Development at (225) 215-1224.

Is your name missing?

In spite of our best efforts, errors and omissions sometimes occur, and we sincerely apologize in advance if your name is missing. To view the full list of donors, please view this report online at marybird.org/publications.


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