In This Issue New Program: Food Systems & Society Sustainability Star: Tamara “TJ” DiCaprio 2011/2012 Honor Roll of Donors
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PRESIDENT Dear Alumni and Friends of Marylhurst, I am happy to present this issue of Marylhurst Unlimited. As you read through the magazine, youâ€™ll notice that we have much for which to be thankful. We are blessed with supportive and engaged alumni and friends, students who inspire us all by their determination to complete their degrees despite work and family obligations, and a faculty that is always striving to increase knowledge and instill a love of lifelong learning. Marylhurst remains strong 120 years after its founding with the support of the community that holds it in trust for the future. A future inspired by our founders, the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary. A future of which we are uncertain except for the fact that we know there will be challenge and change. We are well equipped to handle challenge and change. Marylhurst remains nimble and able to move quickly as the landscape of higher education changes. We have embraced online learning for more than 20 years and we continue to be at the forefront of education for adults. Our students thrive with the support they receive to become all that they are called to be. We move forward in faith that as long as there are adults in need of education, there will be a place for them at Marylhurst. I hope you enjoy this issue. I welcome your feedback at email@example.com. Blessings,
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In This Issue On the Cover: Detail of sculpture in The SPARE Room. Diane Evershed, Untitled, 2012, fabric, wire and thread. To read more about The SPARE Room, see page 9.
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4 Short Features Distinguished Alumni Awards, Reunion Weekend, a Kickstarter campaign, student bill of rights, Grammy award winner and more… 11 Sharing the Bounty Sustainability and social justice — Savor our new Master of Science degree in Food Systems and Society 14 Students in Focus: Tamara “TJ” DiCaprio Corporate carbon use — MBA student TJ DiCaprio and Microsoft are taking on the challenge 16 Class Notes Find out what our alumni are up to…
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IN THE NEWS Dr. Ethan Benatan, vice president for information technology and CIO, was named a National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE) Fellow in October 2012. NITLE Fellows provide broad analysis and strategic insight to Benatan the liberal arts community. They also provide critical support for the NITLE mission by helping keep the organization aware of the big picture and paths toward a strong future for liberal education.
Dr. James Davis, human sciences faculty, has been appointed to the Governor’s Commission on Senior Services, an advisory body on issues affecting seniors. Davis has a Davis long history with the Commission on Senior Services, serving on the commission in the late 80s, and staffing and coordinating the Mental Health and Addictions Committee. He has also worked closely with the commission on many statewide senior projects, including helping lead the Oregon delegations to the 1995 and 2005 White House Conferences on Aging in the nation’s capital.
Haoua Cheick Seip, business & leadership student at Marylhurst University, traveled to Washington, DC to accept the Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance Program Service award for her volunteer work in Africa and Sri Lanka. From 2004 to 2012, Haoua took assignments as a volunteer for the International Executive Service Corps to different countries, providing training in crafts development and marketing, most recently in Sri Lanka. She was assigned to Ghana, Benin, Swaziland, South Africa and Lesotho, where she trained artisans to create new improved products for export.
Marylhurst University has partnered with Oregon Campus Compact to host Sarah Gallegos as an AmeriCorps retention project member. Gallegos will implement a new campus-based peer mentoring program, matching college student mentors with at-risk college mentees. Her goal is to increase the retention of nontraditional, underrepresented students at Marylhurst who are at risk of not completing a four-year degree.
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David McNamee, interim chair of graduate business programs and director of the Center for Servant Leadership, will conduct a workshop at the GreenLeaf Center’s annual McNamee International Servant Leadership Conference in June 2013. McNamee’s topic, Leading Differently: The Servant Leader in a Military Environment, will also be included as a paper in the conference proceedings.
We don’t need a football game!
Homecoming Week 2012 in October was spirited as alumni, students, faculty, staff and community members connected with friends old and new and with Marylhurst. Alumni had a wonderful time celebrating and reminiscing; 15 members of the Class of 1962 celebrated their 50-year reunion with great enthusiasm. Two members of the Class of 1952, celebrating their 60-year reunion, also made the trek back to Marylhurst and one of them even treated us to some video footage of Marylhurst in the 1950s!
A variety of speakers highlighted the week, including poet Matthew Dickman, historian Janice Dilg, documentarian Eliaichi Kimaro, artist M.K. Guth and business owner Tom Kelly. Events such as Tea with the Sisters, the Distinguished Alumni Awards Luncheon and Dessert Reception, Alumni Art Exhibit and Sunday concert made the week a special one to remember. Planning for Reunion Weekend 2013 is already underway. Be sure to save the date for Reunion Weekend 2013, Friday-Sunday,
Paul Sutinen, director of art programs and department cochair, was one of 30+ leaders in the visual arts and other disciplines Sutinen invited to participate in the inaugural Rauschenberg Residency in fall 2012. Honoring artist Robert Rauschenberg, the residency welcomes leaders in the visual arts, music, dance, writing, and a variety of scholarship and disciplines from around the world. The residency honors Rauschenberg’s interests in collaborative creativity and his beliefs that art has the power to bring about significant change. The Oregon State Senate confirmed Gov. John Kitzhaber’s nomination of Tom Tsuruta, J.D., Marylhurst
professor and executive in residence, as a new Port of Portland Commissioner in December 2012. The nine-member commission sets Port policy during its monthly meetings. “Tom brings a wealth of experience both as a businessman and as an advisor to businesses and nonprofits across the country,” Tsuruta said Governor Kitzhaber. In addition to his roles at Marylhurst, Tsuruta also serves as a senior adviser to Aeon Co. Ltd., a $60 billion-a-year global retail conglomerate based in Tokyo, Japan. Marylhurst students Carrie Padian, Holly Dickinson and Darwin Riviere placed first in The Sledgehammer writing contest with their short story, Life in Knots. Based in Portland,
October 18-20. There’s no need to wait “for your year” — all alumni and friends are welcome every year, and we appreciate your help in recognizing reunion classes celebrating special milestone years. This year, they are all classes ending in ‘3’ and ‘8.’ We also need your nominations for the Distinguished Alumni Awards! Details about Reunion Weekend can be found online at www. marylhurst.edu/reunionweekend or by calling Alumni Relations at 503.534.4059.
Oregon, the contest, aimed at “shattering writer’s block,” involves a 36-hour scavenger hunt around the city for four writing prompts, and the group’s creation of the best fiction piece they can put together. Dr. Therese West, interim music therapy program director, was a featured speaker at conferences in Sweden and Chicago in 2012. She spoke at an international conference for practitioners West of the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music in Vadstena, Sweden in September, and at the American Music Therapy Association national conference in Chicago, Illinois in October.
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Distinguished Alumni Awards Recipients Four alumnae were recognized at the Distinguished Alumni Awards Luncheon, held during Homecoming Week on Saturday, October 27.
Nancy Wilgenbusch Distinguished Professional Dr. Elizabeth H. O’Brien ’62 Honoring significant contribution and achievement in career Dr. Elizabeth H. O’Brien’s career in deaf education spanned four decades. She held leadership positions in several national organizations dedicated to deafness and was a member of the original staff that implemented the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID) in 1968. Dr. O’Brien was the first woman awarded the title Professor Emerita from NTID.
Service to Society Kathleen R. Custer Mitchell ’68 Honoring exemplary community involvement and service Kathleen R. Custer Mitchell attended St. Ignatius, St. Mary’s Academy and Marylhurst College. With a B.A. in Education and an M.A. in Teaching with a focus in art education, she has taught at St. Ignatius for two years, Jesuit High School for 14 years and St. Mary’s Academy for 23 years. In 2011, the Oregon Art Education Association named her Oregon Teacher of the Year.
“‘Education has as one of its primary objects to teach “In addition to academics, the Holy Names Sisters instilled in me the values of commitment, discipline, integrity, responsibility and self-esteem — qualities and values that enabled me to succeed in my work with the deaf students and the deaf community.”
us how to stop and be still and look… (Sr. Loyola Mary)’ Getting teenagers to stop, be still and look is a challenge…but I believe that it is a path to the spiritual life and being a mid-wife to that process is an honor and a privilege.” — Kathleen R. Custer Mitchell ‘68
— Dr. Elizabeth H. O’Brien ‘62
Service to Marylhurst Sr. Barbara Gfeller, SNJM ’50 Honoring the promotion of the Marylhurst mission through volunteer involvement on campus and/or as an ambassador of Marylhurst University in the community Sister Barbara Gfeller, SNJM, never dreamed when she entered the Holy Names novitiate that she would spend her next 60 years teaching and the far off places she would work. After earning her doctorate, she served at Heritage College in America, Bethlehem University in Israel, Marshall College in the Marshall Islands and in Lesotho. Sr. Gfeller taught biological science at Marylhurst for 16 years, and has also served on the board of trustees since 2001. She currently volunteers in the school library at St. Mary’s Academy, The Dalles, and with St. Vincent de Paul Ministry.
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Distinguished New Graduate Patrice Williams ’12 Honoring academic excellence and leadership as a student, and a high potential for future success Patrice J. Williams, a native of Atlanta, Georgia, is a recent graduate of Marylhurst University’s MBA program. She earned her B.A. in Psychology in 2009 from Spelman College. With a background in substance abuse counseling, she helped Georgia’s incarcerated women recognize and achieve their potential. Williams’ ultimate goal is to serve as an agent of positive social change.
Congratulations again to our 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award recipients. You exemplify the quality and depth of a Marylhurst education and make us proud.
We need your nominations! Send in your nominations for all four awards for 2013. Visit www.marylhurst.edu/alumniawards or contact Kelly Ann Chee at 503.534.4059 or email@example.com.
Trumpeter, composer and teacher Thara Memory ’01 was awarded a Grammy award for “Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists” for the song City of Roses with artist Esperanza Spalding. In a CBS backstage interview, Spalding said of the award “this was for Thara…I’m one of his students, and all of us would have no life in music if it wasn’t for the work of this man.” Memory began performing at the age of 11 and has played with many jazz and blues greats during his ongoing career. He has a long-standing history of teaching youth and performing in Portland, Oregon since 1970. Visit tharamemory.com for more information. Esperanza Spalding sings while Thara Memory ‘01 conducts
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Bill of Rights for online learners
ith the rise of online learning and massive open online courses (MOOCs), the landscape of education is changing once again. Especially with the surge of MOOCs, free or low-cost courses aimed at open (and oftentimes large-scale) web-based participation, there seems to be a rush by educators and entrepreneurs alike to offer education online. But is the quality of the content and intention of the providers being considered? This past December, a diverse group of 12 educators, technologists and entrepreneurs met to address the lack of guidelines to protect students
Class of ‘62 tops Reunion Class giving competition Congratulations to the Class of 1962; your gifts to the 2012 reunion class giving challenge totaled $2,185! 45 percent of all contactable class members contributed, giving the Class of 1962 first place honors for highest rate of class participation. The honor for single largest gift is shared between the Classes of 1982 and 2007, with each having a gift of $500 donated by one of their class members. Overall, the giving challenge raised $7,855 to support scholarships, recruit and retain outstanding faculty, and upgrade campus facilities. Thank you reunion classes!
as this sector takes off. Among this pioneering group were Marylhurst University’s Jesse Stommel, director of English & Digital Humanities online degree, and English & Digital Humanities faculty member Sean Michael Morris. The original document created by the group, “A Bill of Rights and Principles for Learning in the Digital Age,” proposes “unalienable rights” for students and is sectioned into two parts. The first portion of the “Bill of Rights” lists and expounds on student rights such as access, privacy, financial and pedagogical transparency and ownership of personal intellectual property, among others. The second “Principles” section expands upon principles such as value, flexibility, formative assessment and civility, that should guide all online learning experiences.
It’s a wonderful start, but the authors acknowledge that the first version is by no means the final version. They created a ‘hackable’ version and encourage debate and discussion about this “Bill of Rights” and the overall future of online learning. As Stommel told The Daily Pennsylvanian, “the part of the document I’m most attached to is towards the end, where it says, ‘Finally, and most importantly, this document can’t be complete (can never be complete) without continuous and dynamic contributions by students.’” The entire original version of “A Bill of Rights and Principles for Learning in the Digital Age” and a link to the hackable version can be found at Hybrid Pedagogy at http:// bit.ly/learnersrights. For those who want to explore the debates or offer their voices, discussions on Twitter are marked with the hashtag #learnersrights.
Reunion class gifts help members of reunion classes celebrating milestone years (in 2013, all classes ending in ‘3’ and ‘8’) recognize and honor the role that Marylhurst played in their lives and careers. They are also an important opportunity for alumni to invest in Marylhurst’s continuing dedication to a rigorous, relevant education.
retaining outstanding faculty; all this and more would not be possible without the generous continuing support we receive from alumni and friends — you! Together, let us keep Marylhurst a thriving center of innovative higher education and enrichment for students of any age. Please make your gift and support the next generation of learners today.
We don’t hibernate – giving is important year-round! Annual giving to The Marylhurst Fund makes so much possible. From providing scholarships so more students are able to attend, to enhancing existing programs and creating new ones, to recruiting and
Giving is easy: Visit: www.marylhurst.edu/giving Call: 1.800.634.9982 ext. 6241
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Reinvention of a Room The SPARE Room (Sculpture Project and Related Exhibitions) in the Mayer Art Building officially opened in May 2012. What was once a kiln and storage room has been transformed with the help of a gift from an anonymous donor, who finds it “very rewarding to see that room changed
“It’s exciting to see how The SPARE Room has accelerated the quality of work that students have produced since its opening. The formality of the space and the ability to leave their work installed after critique for others to see provides an incentive for them push their work even further.” — Paula Rebsom into something that could be used just for sculpture.” Newly installed sheetrock walls with plywood backing, ceiling beams for hanging work and track lighting tailor the space for sculptural works. The new space offers sculpture students at Marylhurst a chance to hone their professional practices related to installing work in galleries, as well as a formal space for them to hold critique sessions and show their work. Paula Rebsom, Diane Evershed, Untitled, 2012 Marylhurst University art faculty member and curator of The SPARE Room, plans to bring a sculptor who is a Marylhurst graduate to exhibit in the space each fall as an encouragement to current students to continue creating art.
Marylhurst University Alumni Association Update During its sessions, the alumni leadership focus group highlighted areas of importance for alumni. One major outcome that arose was the realization that there are already many resources and events accessible to alumni, but communication about them are not always clear, streamlined or centralized among the various entities at the university. To address this, we restructured the alumni homepage on the website (www. marylhurst.edu/alumni) to make these resources and information
easier to find and to serve as a central ‘hub’ of information for alumni. Next, we will send a survey to all alumni to gather information about alumni events and benefits. The alumni population and its needs change often — understanding trends of Marylhurst alumni preferences will help the university and the association offer events and benefits that are fulfilling. Finally, we will determine a leadership structure that supports these events, benefits and communication pieces, as well as initiatives to better incorporate alumni into the current life of the university (i.e. through the admissions department, career services department, etc.). Please look for
2013 Upcoming University Events April • April 4 - World Voices Series: Brian Thomas Swimme THE COSMIC FORCE OF FEELING: Humanity’s destiny as the mind and heart of the universe
May • May 9 - Marylhurst Reading Series: Jay Ponteri • May 18 - La Na Gaeilge: A Day of Irish Language Summer on the Green Series (Schedule available in April)
June • June 3 - Annual Dinner • June 7 - Almost Anything Goes Film Festival (film submissions due April 19)
• June 14 - Baccalaureate Mass • June 15 - 119th Marylhurst University Commencement • June 18 - Career Services Alumni Success Panel
August • August 19 - 29th Annual Marylhurst University Golf Classic
October • October 18-20 - Reunion Weekend
This is only a sampling of events at Marylhurst! Visit www.marylhurst. edu/calendar for more event information.
survey information via hardcopy or email. If you have feedback now, don’t hesitate to contact Alumni Relations at 503.534.4059 or firstname.lastname@example.org! MU
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5 Tips for Launching a Kickstarter Campaign
What is Kickstarter?
Need a bag that works equally well as a briefcase as it does a grocery bag? Matt Geiger did, and he had a hunch other people did too. But how to find them? Geiger, a Marylhurst interior design faculty member and Portland, Oregon-based product designer, turned to Kickstarter.com. He launched his “Blank Brand” bags with a $6,200 minimum goal — the amount he estimated he needed to do a run of bags at a small production sewing company in Portland. In less than a week, Geiger hit that threshold. He eventually raised more than $15,000 for his all-purpose bags, almost three times his goal. Below are his tips for launching a successful Kickstarter campaign.
page on Kickstarter with a video
1) Have A Great Video “I was fortunate that I know the basics of video
enough people support it, and the
editing, so I shot the entire video myself. I knew I didn’t want a goofy video; I wanted the video to show how hard I was willing to work. I was trying to convey humility, but also confidence that I could make these bags.”
Kickstarter.com is a “crowd funding” tool for creative projects. A designer or artist builds a “campaign” about a product or idea, concrete rewards for funding the project, and a minimum amount they need to raise. Potential customers can buy into the idea at a variety of different reward levels; in the case of “Blank Brand” bags, some supporters received a bag and other recognition as a reward. If minimum amount is reached, all the customers get charged, and the product is developed. If the project
2) Ask Your Friends And Family To Spread the Word “I thought
doesn’t reach the minimum amount,
I would get most of my sales from design blogs, but a major part of my sales came from the network of my friends and family, which I didn’t expect. I emailed a few people about it — close family and friends who I thought would be interested — and they told their friends about it on Facebook and through email.”
no one pays, and the designer or
3) Have Very Low and Very High Reward Levels “I wanted to have very low reward options for people who just wanted to contribute a little bit, and very high reward options, in case someone really wanted to support the project. So I started in the middle with rewards based on the expected retail price of the bags and worked out from there.”
4) Research! “Kickstarter has a lot of data on what makes for a successful campaign, and I used a lot of it. I also spent a lot of time studying the videos of successful campaigns, so that I could get it right.”
5) Account for Fees “Between credit cards and Kickstarter, about 10 percent of what you raise goes to fees, so don’t forget to account for those when you’re setting your goal.” To learn more about Matt Geiger and his “Blank Brand” bags, visit BlankBrand.co
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artist doesn’t get anything. Since its launch in 2009, Kickstarter has helped raise more than $500 million for 35,000 creative projects.
Sharing the Bounty Passion and Values Merge in Our New Master of Science in Food Systems & Society Program By Emily Burruel and Pamela Clem
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“ My interest in improving food systems was inspired by my grandmother,” recalls Patricia Allen, Ph.D., chair of Marylhurst’s new Department of Food Systems and Society. “I witnessed her struggle to survive, as large farms and urbanization overtook the landscape. Working on this farm, and then laboring in food service and processing jobs, I became acutely aware of the gender, race and class issues embedded in food work.” “The goal of creating healthier, more just and more sustainable food systems isn’t just a professional calling – it’s a highly personal goal,” she adds. Now a world-renowned scholar in food sustainability and social justice, Allen came to Marylhurst last year to create a Master of Science degree in Food Systems and Society. She is well prepared to do so after 28 years at the University of California, Santa Cruz, most recently as director of the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems.
Launching in fall 2013, the program delves deeply into ideas and practices for improving health, equity and sustainability in our food system. The food system is exceptional in its importance because everyone’s life depends on it. The food sector is one of the largest occupational categories in the United States and continues to grow rapidly. Today’s food and agriculture systems are tremendously productive as measured by tons of food available. Yet, not everyone has access to this food, and the system is not sustainable in environmental, economic or social terms. The program meets a critical need for advanced education and practice in the field that increases our understanding of the fundamental questions and solutions that make positive change possible. “In our extensive research to prepare for launching this degree, we saw that we had a clear opportunity to build a niche program that inspires systemic change in our food industry. This truly is a unique model we are building,” says David Plotkin, Marylhurst University provost. “This is the time and the place to be engaged in building more knowledge and capacity about how to advance social
The new degree combines Allen’s passion with the values of Marylhurst, which actively engages in sustainability and social justice. Indeed, the program exemplifies one of the seven themes that guide our work – embrace the founding mission and values of the university to educate the whole person, serve the underserved and engage in social action for community good.
change on an issue of fundamental importance to our collective health.” “Portland and the Northwest are food meccas,” he continues, “and our region is seen as a pioneer in developing innovative strategies to address many different food challenges, including policies and practices to expand access to healthier foods.”
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The M.S. in Food Systems and Society has garnered interest from students with a wide diversity of interests, ranging from school food policy, sustainable agriculture, nutrition and public health, community development and farming. The program combines interactive, seminar-style classes delivered online with in-person intensive sessions. Students will come to Marylhurst semi-annually for intensive sessions with program faculty and other foodsystem leaders. Our hybrid learning model will foster lasting peer relationships both in person and through dynamic online communication while students continue to live and work in their communities of choice. The program will address three intersecting aspects of social change: vision, assessment and strategy. Students will study different visions and perspectives on the food system through inquiry, experience and reflection. They will engage with fundamental questions and solutions in developing sustainable food systems. By documenting and analyzing assumptions and practices, they will see how food system conditions are perceived, portrayed and understood.
Finally, through studying strategies and efforts to create change in the food system and through integration of their own experiences into practice, students will assess how to most usefully intervene and engage collaborative efforts. In their individual research project, they will establish and evaluate criteria for a better food system, taking it from the abstract and general to the concrete and particular. With faculty and fellow students, students will continuously reflect on ways to improve our food systems. All students will take core classes in food systems and society; policy and culture; and critical inquiry and research. Students will be able to choose electives in a broad range of areas most relevant to their interests and research, and will work closely with practitioners in the field. Graduates will be prepared to enhance their current careers or pursue new opportunities. They will be interdisciplinary thinkers and ethical leaders with the knowledge, skills and experience to effectively create social change by improving sustainability and equity in the food system. MU
â€œEvery day, new policies are being formed, new businesses are launching, social movements are growing and nonprofit organizations are expanding. Innovation is constant. Our graduates may lead nonprofit organizations, work in the policy arena, create innovative enterprises, become food writers or work in existing food-sector businesses. I know their impact will be felt far and wide.â€? â€“ Patricia Allen
Students will assess conditions in the food system and analyze how they came to be. They will challenge themselves to determine which food system changes are desirable, possible and under what circumstances. Understanding how problems developed will help us discover possibilities and invent strategies for effective change.
To inquire about the M.S. in Food Systems and Society, please contact Emily Burruel, program coordinator, at email@example.com or 503.534.7022.
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STUDENTS IN FOCUS
A Business Leader for Our Times:
Tamara“TJ” DiCaprio By Kelly Ann Chee
ECHNOLOGY giant Microsoft and sustainable business MBA student Tamara “TJ” DiCaprio, the firm’s senior director of environmental sustainability, have embarked upon an ambitious journey. In addition to Microsoft’s existing social responsibility programs, which include philanthropy, giving campaigns, and a broad set of initiatives, DiCaprio is heading up a new effort focused on environmental responsibility in internal operations. In July 2012, Microsoft set its sights on achieving carbon neutrality by fiscal year 2013, and DiCaprio’s role is to help design and implement internal practices and policies to reach this goal. With operations and associates in more than 100 countries, achieving a net carbon use of zero will be no small feat for Microsoft. In addition to increasing efficiency and reducing waste to meet Microsoft’s goals of carbon neutrality, DiCaprio has created and launched an innovative system of internal carbon fees. These fees help cover the carbon costs of items such as business travel and electrical costs associated with data centers, software development labs and offices. These fees are included within Microsoft’s project budgets; in this way, the cost of carbon use is directly recognized and internalized rather than ignored
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“Putting a price on carbon is critical and it is my hope that by doing so at Microsoft we can set an example for other organizations.” For DiCaprio, the most important cornerstone to success for the carbon fee project was educating key stakeholders across the company early on in the project and getting their support. Key stakeholders at Microsoft were very receptive and she was “thrilled with level of pride and enthusiasm with the concept.” A goal of simplicity and the watchful eye of a new governance body will help keep these efforts on track. DiCaprio describes that the governance body, comprised of a variety of stakeholders from across different departments, will help “align the corporation and the direction we take (toward Microsoft’s carbon neutral commitment).” With the program just seven months in, DiCaprio’s primary focus is on education and leading the model through a full financial cycle. In the long run, DiCaprio hopes to evolve the model over time and make processes even simpler while continuing to support needs across the organization. For those seeking to implement or increase corporate social responsibility in their organizations, her biggest piece of advice is to get support from key stakeholders early and often. Aligning the organization with a greater sense of responsibility toward social, environmental and planetary impacts and focusing on a triple bottom line are critical. More information about Microsoft’s carbon fee project and sustainability measures can be found at www.microsoft/environment. MU
Making Waves DiCaprio is already rippling the water. Although she has rich academic and professional experience in her field, she returned to school looking to “refresh [her] academic ability to think and address global problems combining business and the environment.” She says that classes at Marylhurst have “contributed significantly in [her] ability to address and communicate the environmental elements aligned with critical business factors” and that they have “broadened and deepened her perspective.” Her hard work is paying off. She was noted by GreenBiz.com as one of 34 corporate sustainability executives to follow on Twitter and by Triple Pundit as one of 35 female leaders of corporate and social responsibility. Most recently, she was recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in February. DiCaprio’s name was on the list of 23 corporate, organizational and individual awardees for the EPA’s second annual Climate Leadership Awards, a national award program that recognizes leadership in internal reduction of green house gas emissions. She was one of two recipients awarded an Individual Leadership Award. In particular, she was noted for her role in helping Microsoft establish its carbon neutrality efforts and the design and implementation of the carbon fee system.
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and externalized. Microsoft is making it its business to be accountable for its carbon use and environmental impact. As DiCaprio explains, the price of the carbon fee is “based on the blended cost of our current investments in clean energy, efficiency projects and carbon offset projects.” Fees collected from the carbon fee are then invested back into a variety of clean energy, efficiency and carbon offset projects. DiCaprio has also integrated feedback from employees about the Microsoft carbon fees, incorporating a new internal grant system into the mix. These grants allow funds from carbon fees to go back into the company and support carbon reduction efforts from within.
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or 50 years, an iconic Marylhurst landmark was the glass-covered swimming pool. It housed student aquatic activities, including the synchronized swim team, the Marylettes. It was also a mecca for the local area. The Sisters’ Chronicles described the pool as “good public relations with our near neighbors and wider community.” The swim and water safety classes for children and adults “contributed to the same end as did the concerts given by the Choralists and other musicians on tour… and the requests throughout the state for faculty members as speakers” (1954).
Kathy Beeson Carney ’64 – I think of Marylhurst with fondness and count the ways my education there broadened my world and opened doors for me. Linda Louise Stohosky Kochmar ’66 was elected to the State House of Representatives in Washington state last November. She took her oath of office in Olympia in January; her sister Sr. Rita Rose Stohosky, SSMO ’58 attended. In addition to being a Marylhurst alumna, Linda is also an alumna of St. Mary’s Academy. Colleen Hoss ’81 – I have established the Milestones & Memories project to raise $70,000 to benefit four charities in my community. I have undertaken the project as a special way to celebrate my upcoming 70th birthday, which would have been my husband’s 80th birthday, and to honor the memory of my beloved
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husband who died in the summer of 2012 and my dear aunt who died this past fall. In launching this project, I also hope to encourage others to reach out and benefit those in need when celebrating their own milestones and in remembering those they love and have lost. You can find out more at www.dtc-wsuv.org/wp/hoss-legacy. Debby Lyttle ’86 was just honored by the National Newspaper Association in Guatemala as Outstanding Foreign Artist of the Year for 2012. Debby serves as the music director at Colegio Maya, the American International School of Guatemala City. Catherine Cannon Al-Meten ’98 I want to share my joy at having compiled years’ worth of my poetry into a volume entitled, Shadows:
A Collection of Poetry. It has been published for print-on-demand on Amazon and as an e-publication for Kindle. I would say, “Bon appétit,” if it were a meal. Hope you enjoy the journey through some of the verse that came out of my life. Visit www.amazon.com to find book previews, copies and author information. Trumpeter, composer and teacher Thara Memory ’01 was awarded a Grammy award for “Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalists” for the song City of Roses with artist Esperanza Spalding. (See page 7) John Farrell ’05, after receiving a Masters in Applied Theology at Marylhurst, completed a Certificate in Clinical Health Care Ethics Catholic concentration at Saint Louis University. In September
In Memoriam Wilhemena Anna (Anne) Macnab Flack Phillips ’43 July 14, 2012, The Dalles, OR
Lois Vengelen Ball ’51 October 13, 2012, Redmond, OR Ursula Blomquist Cogan ’53 November 23, 2012, Portland, OR
Betty Jean DeHaven Wilson ’43 December 7, 2012, Hoquiam, WA
Cornelia B. “Connie” O’Leary Heston ’57 July 5, 2012, Spokane, WA
Mary Ellen Brozene Lajoy ’45 July 19, 2012, Portland, OR
Jean Ann Swanson Turner ’60 December 17, 2012, Heppner, OR
Betty L. Manegre Vlahos ’45 September 18, 2012, Wilsonville, OR
Sr. Mary Garvin, SNJM ‘62 January 5, 2013, Spokane, WA
Bernadine “Bernice” Bayley Hanson ’46 October 2, 2012, Spokane, WA
Jill Simonsen Graham ’69 December 7, 2012, Warrenton, OR
Jacqueline Ann “Jackie” “Nana” Wilson ’46 January 6, 2013, Meridian, ID
Lillian White Crom ’78 October 23, 2012, Depoe Bay, OR
Mary Pauline “Polly” May Burke ’48 December 17, 2012, Portland, OR
William Maplethorpe, husband of Barbara Maplethorpe ’81 Nov 8, 2012, Sherwood, OR
Sr. Stephana Heitkemper ’50 January 7, 2013, Lake Oswego, OR
2012 he completed his dissertation, Legal and Ethical Standards of Patient Autonomy - Active Learning to Facilitate Nursing Practice Initiatives in Palliative Medicine, and was awarded a Doctorate in Health Education from A. T. Still University. John presented Health Literacy and Advanced Care Planning to the Colorado Health Ethics Forum in April 2012. Amy Buchheit ’06, had her one-ofa-kind, hand-painted, custom shoes featured on The Cooking Channel’s Bitchin’ Kitchen December 5 and 6, 2012 during Season 3, Episode 9 Mad Men[u]. The shoes were custom designed specifically for the host of the show, Nadia G. Reruns will air on both The Cooking Channel and Food Network Canada. More information on the shoes can be found on Bitchin’ Kitchen’s website at http://ht.ly/fSBei.
Jean Louise Livengood Wilson Naish ’87 January 4, 2013, St. Helens, WA Timothy William Benton ’97 January 11, 2013, Portland, OR Angelina Janine Beyerl ’06 November 8, 2012, Albany, OR Brian Scott Farquhar ’10 November 4, 2012, West Linn, OR
Faculty & Staff Rev. Trudy Bradley ’10 September 28, 2012, Portland, OR Aliza Mizrachi Keddem July 19, 2012, Portland, OR Mary Sennett Kucera December 26, 2012, Lake Oswego, OR Sr. Frances Madden, SNJM ‘49 June 6, 2012, Lake Oswego, OR
Lola Carlile ’10 - I have published my fifth book, Art as Therapy for Retirees, this past month. I am also working in an elementary school part-time as an art therapist and am in the process of writing an Intergenerational Art as Therapy booklet for the Salem Art Association. The title of the other books are The Twin Within, Teaching Literacy in a Global Society, Three Blind Men and a Lady, and Eyes Within. They are all available on Amazon. Rabbi Rob Abramovitz ’10’s latest paper, Narrative Leadership: Creating an Environment That Works, has been accepted into the 2013 International Conference of the Association of Global Management Studies at University of California – Berkeley. His paper will also be published in the peerreviewed International Journal of Global Management Studies Professional. The reviewers rated
the “quality of research design” and “the legitimacy of conclusions” as extremely high. In addition to being a Master of Divinity alumnus, Rob is also a member of Marylhurst’s School of Business faculty.
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2011-2012 Donor Recognition A sincere THANK YOU to the many supporters of Marylhurst University. You understand the importance of Marylhurst’s mission. You value an education that is challenging, rich and diverse — one that meets the needs of serious learners of all ages. Marylhurst University, firmly rooted in the values of the Sisters of the Holy Names, has been able to offer an exemplary education for 120 years because of supporters like you. These recognition lists include all donors whose gifts were received between July 1, 2011-June 30, 2012. (For recent donations July 1, 2012-December 31, 2012, visit www.marylhurst/donorlist)
President’s Society Gifts $1,000 and above Benefactor $50,000+ Anonymous Clark Family Foundation Mary H. Clark + The Collins Foundation W.M. Keck Foundation Heather Schreiber Killough Kinsman Foundation Henri W. Lacerte, OSB + Berry and Samuel* Shoen Elizabeth and Stephen* Zimmer
Diamond $25,000-$49,999 Anonymous Lajos Balogh The Bank of Oswego Bon Appétit Management Co. Tracey and Mike Clark The Clint Foundation Coffman Excavation Custom Decorators, Inc (Stephen Zimmer) Ford Family Foundation Sylvia Giustina ‘56* Sue Griffith Pacific Power ~ Mary Ruhl ‘09
Platinum $10,000-$24,999 Anonymous Aequitas Capital Management, Inc. Debbie and William* Barr Ruth Beyer* Molly and Stewart Butler Maribeth Collins Judith and Kirk Johansen LifeMap Assurance Company Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund Peter R. Marsh Foundation Harry A. Merlo Foundation, Inc. Murphy Company Charles Patrick Memorial Fund
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Mary Lou Lesenyie Taggart ‘65 and Richard Taggart West Coast Bank
The Robert C. & Nani S. Warren Foundation Wells Fargo
Anonymous AKT LLP Asset Recovery Group, Inc. Marti and Anthony Belluschi June Smith Brockmeier ‘69 and Alan Brockmeier The Campbell Foundation (Cindy and Duncan Campbell) Carole Carey ‘59 Linda and John Carter Patricia Irwin Crocker ‘46 and Jack Crocker Mary Ann Divizia ‘65 Embanet Compass Knowledge Group, LLC Christina Eugenis and Stan Amy A. J. Frank Family Foundation Linda Hutchins Juan Young Trust Kaiser Permanente Foundation Board Matching Program ~ KPMG LLP Diana Pierce Knox ‘73* and William Knox, Jr. Marie Lamfrom Charitable Foundation Rachel and Andrew* MacRitchie Mary J. Mayer ‘69 Keith McKennon North Star Foundation Oregon Arts Commission Oregon Education Association Regional Arts & Culture Council Martin Ringle* Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. Sisters of the Holy Names US-Ontario Province Corporation VISA International
Anonymous A.C. Schommer & Sons, Inc. Pamela and Wayne ‘11 Aho Lynn Andrews Bank of the Cascades Becker Capital Management, Inc. Peter Belluschi Angela Marozzo and Todd Brinkmeyer The Campbell Group, LLC Cascade Corporation Margaret McElligott ‘96 and Jan Dabrowski Lesley and Matt Day Rebecca* and Michael DeCesaro Marilyn Fellers Fink ‘69 and Thomas Fink First Republic (Rebecca DeCesaro) Idaho Power Co. Candace Jennings and Gil Rodriguez* John Mosier PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Mary Jackson Sammons ‘70 US Bank ~ Wheeler Foundation (Don Wheeler +)
Bronze $1,000-$2,499 Anonymous Arts Action Alliance Foundation Lois Vengelen Ball ‘51 + Susan and John Bates Karen ‘03 and Philip Bates-Smith Millard Becker + Melanie Moon and Ethan Benatan Margaret Linn Blue ‘56 and Richard Blue + Debrah and Gary Bokowski ‘02 Trudy Traister and Scott Bolton ‘02* Whitney and Thomas Braden Cathy and Jerry Brodie
Kimberly and Stephen* Brown Joanne Castello Judy Williams Caviezel ‘63 and Roy Caviezel Judith Rumgay Chambers ‘63 Janice and Larry* Choruby Lisa and Timothy ‘08 Clevenger The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Jan and Robert Daoust ‘90 Katherine and David Dickson Margaret Adams Dooney ‘59 and Brian Dooney Margaret ‘06 and Douglas Frank Sheri and Roy Ghazimorad William Graber Pat and John Griffith Elizabeth Grube Pearl Li Gunsell ‘63 Judie Hammerstad* Kathleen Sullivan Heath ‘53 and Edward Heath Michael Hohn Kasey and Steve Holwerda Terri and Robert Hopkins Intel Corporation Sally and Ronald Karsten ‘93 Nancy Lematta ‘03 Tamara Lundgren Patricia Martinez-Orozco Mary’s Woods Barbara and Duane McDougall Xandra* and Joeseph McKeown McKinstry Co. Gary Michael Sheila Gerhardt Morgan ‘56 M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust ~ New Life Fund (Margaret Frank ‘06) Theresa Lamb O’Hanlon ‘50 and James O’Hanlon Pacific International Academy The Park Foundation Piper Park David Plotkin Portland General Electric ~ Katherine and Lawrence Remmers Leslie Sammons-Roth ‘11 Corene Akerly Serres ‘56 and James Serres
Trish* and Bill Smith Agnes C. Firchau Smith ‘50 and Harold Smith Diana Hughes Stegner ‘60 and David Stegner Mary Stender Jane Muggli Stickney ‘68 Carol Culley Storment ‘74 and Elton Storment Beverlee Bolton Stupfel ‘60 and R. Joseph Stupfel David H. & Beth M. Sutherland Trust Dana and Charles* Terhune Bobbie and Alpo Tokola Tom Tsuruta Barbara and Bill Warner Wells Family Foundation (Erica Wells ‘03) Wells Fargo Foundation ~ Nancy Wilgenbusch Greta and Warner Wims
Educator $500-$999 Anonymous Margaret MacMillan Abbott ‘68 and Gregory Abbott Cynthia Addams Lori ‘07 and Wayne ‘94 Aus Joan and Ken Austin Joanne Bastian Rose Mary Bocek ‘46 Mary Jo Hardwick Bolton ‘54 and Wilbur Bolton, Jr. The Cambia Employee Giving Campaign ~ Pamela and Ron Clem Anthony Cortese Elizabeth Brownlie Crocker ‘65 and William Crocker Delta Theta Tau Sorority Eta Alpha Chapter Gloria Eng Duke ‘52 EBSCO Publishing Electrical Distributing Inc. Libby Farr Brenda and Raymond Grubbs Susan and Robert Harold ING Financial Group Kristin Lensen ‘94 and David Whitaker Liberty Mutual Tina Limonadi ‘02 Magnacorp Sandra and Buzz Marron Glenna O’Leary Meyers ‘47 and Byron Meyers Deborah and Kenneth Novack Traci Parker Barbara Pavlicek ‘69 PDX Contemporary Art Phinney Bischoff Design House Sandy and Jeff Pittenger Neal Purcell James Richardson Mary and J. David Richen Sherilyn Godschalx Sellman ‘71 and John Sellman Shirley Skidmore and Ronald Quant
Janet Swartz ‘82 and Philip Swartz, Jr. Janice and Robert Sznewajs Virginia Greeley Taylor ‘55 and Cornelius Taylor Mary and Edward* Vranizan Gay Phillips Walker ‘72 and Earl Walker
Fellow $250-$499 Anonymous Brian Andrews ‘05, ‘07 Marcia Yadon Arganbright ‘76 and James Arganbright Claudette and John Beahrs Billings & Cronn Susan ‘85 and Woodrow Blettel Mary and Neil Bryant Elizabeth A. Case Thomas Chapman Virginia Ann Latta Curulla ‘56 Joan Domyancic ‘73 Josette Enzler Dundon ‘67 and Edward Dundon Bill Eaquinto Jane and John Emrick Elizabeth Farrington ‘11 Craig Froude Patricia ‘85 and Henry Grass Gail and Walter Grebe Carol Conway Gregoire ‘56 Linda Emery Hanberg ‘74 and Dennis Hanberg Katherine Hawkin Nancy Hiss Cynthia Morford Holmberg ‘83 and Steve Holmberg Deborah Horrell and Christopher Gillem Cindy and Stephen Huckins Dorothy Hango Hunt ‘43 and Leigh Hunt, Jr. Donna L. Jordan Janet Johnson Kirschen ‘72 and Borell Kirschen Diane and Richard Lowensohn Sylvia Postl McGill ‘81 and James McGill Linda Coleman McTigue ‘64 and Michael McTigue Kathleen Kirk Moore ‘43 and Joseph Moore Erin O’Rourke-Meadors Callie Pappas Julieanne Parrish ‘09 Amy and Ronald Petti Norma and Paden Prichard Christopher Rauschenberg Mina and Jordan Schnitzer Barbara and Steven Spence Paul Sutinen Christopher Sweet Brandon Utley ‘11 Courtney Vanderstek Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign Leslie Wheeler Marla and Peter Wold William Zuelke
Associate $1-$249 Anonymous Lura Smith Abbott ‘63 and Robert Abbott Greg Abel Barbara and Ronald ‘89 Adams George Adams Maile L. Albert Christina ‘93, ‘99 and Peter Alexander Carolann Elardo Alhadeff ‘64 and David Alhadeff Margaret Riggs Allee ‘87, ‘89 Keith Allen ‘99 Madaline Allen ‘95, ‘01 Adrian S. Allen ‘09 Patricia Allen Maddux ‘60 Xia and David Allerton Sarah Allgood ‘10 Frankie McPherson Anderson ‘66 and Daryl Anderson Kimberly Anderson ‘09 Daniel André Selene Andreasen Gloria Moss Andresen ‘00 Kaye Mitchell Andrijeski ‘57 and Harlan Andrijeski Jacque-Marie Larios Arellano ‘55 Antoinette Kienow Arenz Geetee Askari Arjangrad ‘02 and Jay Arjangrad Marietta Caterina Arjavac ‘43 and Anthony Arjavac Monica Arlt Wendy Armstrong Elizabeth Armstrong Mariel Haener Arnzen ‘58 Dawn Hannah Ashpole ‘81 Fred Atiemo ‘98 Linda Austin Frances Avery ‘96 and Richard Sherwood William Bachhuber Peter Bacon La Verne Bagley Brown ‘51 Jean Bailey ‘78 May Baki ‘10 Rosalie Darcy Ballew ‘49 and Warren Ballew Bob Ballin Mary Anne and Thayne Balzer Susan Barrett ‘10 Ellen and Gary ‘02 Barrett Annin Barrett Deborah Capparelli Barsotti ‘72 and Dick Barsotti Helen York Bartlett ‘56 and Donald Bartlett Patricia Basel, SNJM ‘56 Irene Ybarzabal Bates ‘62 and Eugene Bates Mary Baugher ‘10 Mary McIlraith Baumel ‘66 and Kenneth Baumel Barbara Beale Joan Bearzi Barbara Senko Beaulieu ‘56 Kathryn Spring Beaumont ‘11 Sharon Lorenz Bechtold ‘60 and Roger Bechtold Mari Becker
Madeline Schug Bednarek ‘88 Page and Pete Beeman Linda Belarde ‘68 Colette and David ‘93 BeLusko Lynn ‘73 and Richard Benson Jeffrey Berggren ‘11 Susan and Richard ‘82 Berney Heather Berry Dan Bevens Rebecca Biggs Melody Martin Biggs ‘75 and Charles Biggs Sandra Billette ‘09 Katherine Bilyeu ‘02 Viola Bishop Beverly Manderfeld Biswas ‘61 and Borendra Biswas Holly Ward Black ‘86 Rose Blackson Rachel Blair ‘09 Keith Bleich Kristine Anderson Blodget ‘92 and James Blodget Karen Bloomer ‘65 The Boeing Company ~ Sally and Ralph Bolliger Kathleen Maguire Bomke ‘65 and Lawrence Bomke Rose Bond Alice Booth ‘84 Isabel Booth ‘83 Kaye Frith Borchers ‘70 and George Borchers Kathryn L. Bork Christopher Borne Sarah Kaufer Bosserman ‘81 and Peter Bosserman Angela ‘94, ‘06 and David Bostock Christine Bourdette Irene Bradfield ‘82 Trudy Scott Bradley ‘10 + Diane C. Bradshaw John Bramsman Terry L. Brand Joyce Bernards Brantley ‘67 and Dwayne Brantley Maxine Ernst Brassel ‘56 and William Brassel Mary Ellen Ward Brawn ‘68 and Jack Brawn Michelle Brenes Lana Brennan ‘91 Charlotte Schnorenberg Brosnan ‘62 Sharon ‘87 and Ronald Brown Lynn Brown Marcia and Randall Bryant Amy ‘06 and Chris Buchheit Julie Buchl ‘10 Marianne Buchwalter Rose Gawlista Buckles ‘48 Wanda Jeleniewski Buczek ‘41 and Walter Buczek Stephen Buel Kathryn Bulletset ‘76 John Bulman Marcia Bunnell ‘67 Stephanie Yandon Burchell and Peter Burchell Virginia Burke ‘45
Rebecca Burkeen Delphine A. Busch Janice Nowak Bush ‘74 and Michael Bush Business Education Compact Ann Dillhoefer Bussard ‘77 and Steven Bussard Andrea Cadenasso ‘74 Melissa and Barry Cadish Elaine Cambone Lynda and Rick Campbell Judith Campbell ‘93 Max Cancino ‘10 Teresa Carlsen ‘05 Dianne Carlson Paul Carr Kathleen West Carry ‘68 Ann ‘94 and Robert Carstensen Susan Carter Jamie Carter ‘09 Patricia Carty ‘49 Cascade Coil Drapery, Inc. Kathleen Casson Teresa Martin Chabot ‘71 and Geoffrey Chabot Mary Murtha Chambers ‘47 Jeanne Kilwien Chambers ‘74 and Richard Chambers Bimin Chan ‘06 Lou Schlak Chapman ‘97 and John Chapman Barbara Chartrey Chapman ‘56 Katherine Oehler Chappell ‘55 Mary Charno Elie Charpentier Kelly Ann and Peter Chee Alice Chiappellone ‘76 and Dennis Olson Miriam Albrich Chipps ‘48 Pema Chogyal ‘09 Sang-ah Choi Ardis Christensen ‘58 Carole Christensen ‘00 Gene Christian Jennifer Christian Wright Gertrude Moran Christy ‘41 and Paul Christy DeLena Griego Cicuto ‘09 Connie Stellbrink Clausing ‘63 and Oliver Clausing Linda Coates ‘67 Dorothy and Brooks Cofield Patrick Collier Peggy Collins Marylou Colver Patricia Bocek Conroy ‘49 Mary Ann Constans Alyce Cornyn-Selby ‘80 Andrew Corrigan Cynthia Cosgrave Constance Frith Couch ‘69 and David Couch Susan Hamstreet Couch ‘63 and Gary Couch Carole Brown Cox ‘61 and Gary Cox Alexander Craghead ‘10 Debbie F. Craig Gerald Craigg ‘10 Richard Crawford II ‘11 Mary Cebula Creitz ‘54
Marie Crouser Patricia Kelly Crowe ‘67 and Frank Crowe Dorothy G. Cruickshank Barbara Brown Curran ‘69 and John Curran, Jr. Gayla Cushman-Pike Barbara Custer Custer-Swails ‘75 and Kenneth Swails Nancy and David Cutler Ruth Rondeau Cutler ‘65 Shirley Jones Da Valle ‘66 and Robert DaValle Fernanda D’Agostino Joseph Dana ‘06 Arthur Danner Lee Ann Rohrer Davidson ‘66 and Robert Davidson Patricia Johnson and Michael Davidson Helen Dollowitch Davis ‘47 Karen Day ‘93 Emily Dayton Marietta Sullivan DeBruhl ‘53 Betty and David DeHaven Diane Carithers Deibele ‘56 and Charles Deibele Mary DeLateur ‘66 Jean Heidenreich Delker ‘55 and Paul Delker Patricia N. Dement Bernadette Nebel Dick ‘65 William Dillhoefer Janet O’Neill Dimm ‘49 Joanne Raab Dindia ‘51 and Don Dindia Margaret M. Doell A. Doherty Susan Van Dohn ‘62 and LaRoy Dohn Yon Dolgorouky ‘08 Gerard Domier Jean Clawson Dominey ‘54 and Carl Dominey Suzanne Meaney Dorres ‘50 and Donald Dorres Brigitte Dortmund JoAnn Galarneau Doyle ‘48 Ann Doyle ‘62 Noriko and Robert Dozono Josephine Anzalone Drain ‘53 and Donald Drain Diane Drebin ‘98 Julie and Wayne Drinkward Bernice Franetovich Du Long ‘44 Linda Neal Duman ‘70 and Gerald Duman Katie Dunbar Donna and Verne Duncan Laurie and Randy Dunn Mary Kay Dyckman ‘63 Barbara Herring Eaton ‘61 and Larry Eaton Juanita Ybarzabal Eaton ‘59 and Robert Eaton Carol J. Eckart Kathryn L. Edens Odette Buzzell Foster Edgar ‘70 Eileen Elam ‘10 Debbie Boman Eley ‘69 and Michael Eley
*Marylhurst University trustee ~ Matching gift corporation/foundation (in full or in part) + Deceased
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Barnes Ellis Denise Peyralans Enzler ‘40 Gary Epping Joseph Erceg Karene Erdman ‘01 Maryanne Smith Ernst ‘45 Otto Erwert Carol Winkfield Espe ‘67 and James Espe Marco Espinoza ‘06 Arline Etheredge Daniel Fajardo Judith and Paul Fardig Virginia Fast ‘68 Karen Faw Judith and Thomas Fawkes Mary Monahan Fechtner ‘66 and Walter Fechtner Betty Altstock Feltz ‘53 and Eugene Feltz Matthew Ferranto Sylvia Field ‘60 Sean Filzen ‘10 Georgene Beeson Finders ‘74 and John Finders Joanne Kendle Findley ‘66 Barbara Nelson Wall Finnie ‘90 and Clifford Finnie Susan Aicher Fish ‘66 and Keith Fish Michael Fisher ‘10 Mary Fisher Diane ‘05 and James Flack Betty Flad Carley and Evan Fledell Kathryn Burke Florendo ‘65 Margo Skiffington Foeller ‘66 Patricia Dollowitch Foradori ‘62 and Peter Foradori, Sr. Patsy Duffy Fordney ‘45 Anne Manno Forney ‘65 and Michael Forney Maureen Forsloff Suzanne Hartman Foster ‘54 and John Foster Janet and Gregory Fowler Sandra J. Cagle Fox ‘88 Mary Ann Nelson Fox ‘54 and Jack Fox Brian Franz Gertrude Olbrick Frazee ‘47 Norma Freelove Kay French Margaret Williams Frieske ‘66 and Robert Frieske Don Frisbee Lara Fritz Deanna Fujita ‘60 Darilis Garcia-McMillian Karen Gardiner Rose Mary Spada Garre ‘43 Leda Garside ‘10 Ann Farrell Gaudig ‘64 and Jay Gaudig Kirsten Gauthier-Newbury Mark Gearhart Patricia Stephenson Gebhardt ‘89 Celeste Gee Joyce Willinger Geers ‘60 and Gordon Geers
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General Mills ~ Eleanor and Brian Gentry Justin George Todd Getty Teresa Gifford ‘05 Barbara Gigler ‘58 Barbara Gill ‘95 Linda Saltmarsh Gilmore ‘71 and John Gilmore Carl Gimpl Irene Gleason ‘45 June Glisson ‘99 Bonnie ‘70 and Bartley Glover-Griswold Mary Claire Bauer Glovka ‘64 and Robert Glovka Patricia Depner Gomm ‘55 Mary Alice Magladry Goodin ‘48 and George Goodin Edna Enright Goodman ‘50 and Burton Goodman Mary Goodrich ‘43 Nancy D. Gordon Roberta Gorg ‘11 JoAnn Morley Goth ‘53 and Bill Goth Marlene Salon and David Goulder Joan Grabel ‘51 Marilyn D. Graham ‘11 Mary Anne Grams ‘52 Roberta Keenan Gray ‘60 Betty Utke Green ‘80 and Duane Green Bonnie Landolt Green ‘64 Susan Green ‘01 Pam Green Caroline ‘99 and David Greger Kathryn and Elliott ‘94 Grey Anne Jonely Grimwood and David Grimwood Jeffrey Gudman Paula Guiles ‘70 Myrtle Stangl Gunning ‘54 and Patrick Gunning Thomas Gustafson M. K. Guth Janice Guthrie ‘70 Andrea Habner Marie Haener ‘62 Maureen Hainley Haines ‘77 and John Haines Gina Kokesh Haines ‘76 and William Haines, Jr. Virginia Baker Haines ‘72 Marcia Hale ‘89 Karen Belozer Hamil ‘71 and Douglas Moran Audra Garbarino Hamilton ‘53 Pollyanna Hancock-Moody Jo Ann Sisemore Hannigan ‘56 and J. Gillis Hannigan Shirley Shull Hansen ‘54 and Richard Hansen Kathleen Donovan Hanson ‘64 Keiko Hara Joan Tomco Haroldson ‘67 and Bruce Haroldson Mary Jo Bourke Harris ‘55 and Robert Harris Marcie ‘96 and Randy Harris
Marlene Hartmann ‘79 Miki Hasegawa ‘06 Carol Heath Haston ‘69 and Howard Haston Sarah Haworth Mary Patt O’Brien Hawthorne ‘68 Janice Hayden Linda Johnson and Stephen Hayes Linda ‘00 and Ron Hays Norm Hebert ‘11 Nathalie Heger Kimberly ‘02 and Jay ‘10 Heinrich Anita ‘99 and Richard Helser Mary Ann Monda Hendren ‘52 and Gerald Hendren Shirley Williams Hendrickson ‘98 and William Hendrickson Sally Heppner ‘07 Marietta Herinckx ‘68 Kathryn ‘90 and Michael Herr Lynn Herring Leah Herzing ‘08 Rita Hess ‘66 Vicki Hess-Smith ‘65 and Roger Smith Sylvia Hester ‘63 Mary Jo Meusey Hettwer ‘62 Robert Heuner ‘11 Sanda Hibbard Maureen Higgins ‘60 Katherine O’Neill Higgins ‘47 Kenton Hill Ruth and Manny Hillman Karla Hobbs ‘95 Marilee ‘84 and Steve Hodgen Diane Whittenburg Holm ‘62 and Lloyd Holm Linda Crunican Holmbo ‘69 and David Holmbo ‘85 Leonor Sequeira Hong ‘73 and Dominic Hong Nancy B. Hoover Samuel Hopkins Lorrie Angelo Horning ‘64 and Morris Horning Jane Kotrik Horning ‘61 Jonalyn and Michael ‘84 Horsfall Mary Beth Horton ‘02 Colleen ‘81 and Ronald + Hoss Susan Iwata Housel ‘68 and James Housel Kara Hovland ‘03 Blake Howells Kristen M. Howland ‘11 Michell A. Howser Robert Hoyer Shelley and Greg Hume Marilyn Vitus Hunter ‘61 Cecilia and Robert Huntington Helen and Leroy Hutzler Phyllis Riel Hyatt ‘65 and Robert Hyatt, Sr. Jane Swirsky Hytowitz ‘71 and David Hytowitz I.L.W.U. Local 8 Terradon Iler ‘07 Laura and Tom Imeson Brenda Imeson ‘94 Intel Foundation ~
Ann and Donald Irving Lynette Isaak ‘12 Rod Isham Andrew Kerr, III and William Ittmann, Jr. Kathleen F. Iverson Irene and William Jackson Ivey Jacobson & Company CPAs Julie Wiener Jacoby ‘64 Antoinette Jaffe ‘05 Amy Jaloviar ‘05 Barbara Lamb and Bruce James ‘03 Cherryl ‘91 and Thomas Janisse Donna Gronquist Jarvis ‘56 and Philip Jarvis Douglas Jenkin ‘05 Patricia Knight Jenkins ‘48 and Orlander Jenkins Cynthia J. Jeskey Hannah K. Jickling Phyllis and George Johanson Marilyn Wallace Johnson ‘88 and Raymond Johnson Velma R. Johnson Carol Boisselle Johnson ‘94, ‘96 and Whitford Johnson Susan Henderson Johnson ‘68 Franlie Houston Johnson ‘63 and William Johnson Joyce M. Herke Johnson ‘67 Julia Johnson ‘06 Amy Johnson ‘08 Mary Frances Barthel Jones ‘56 and Michael Jones Kristine Selliken Jones ‘71 and Gregory Jones Anthony Jones ‘09 Melissa Judd ‘75 Joy Yancey Justis ‘68 Carol E. Karlson ‘11 Marguerite Boyce Kasberger ‘52 Mary Elfering Kavanaugh ‘58 and Francis Kavanaugh Kiku ‘81 and Teruo Kawata Patricia Taylor Kays ‘64 Sherry Scallon Kearney ‘70 Ann ‘91 and Reginald Keddie Renyold Keeler Sharon Keigher ‘69 Sylvia Paiva Keller ‘68 and David Keller Virginia Kelsh ‘67 Jeanette Kempe-Ware Tamara Kennedy ‘08 Bruce Kenny Perrin Kerns Wanda Hickman Ketchem ‘89 and David Ketchem Carma and Frank ‘79 King Mary Hemmen Kinsch ‘89 and Bruce Kinsch David Kinyon ‘11 Peter Kiongo ‘11 Laura Mears Kirk ‘08 Larry Kirkland Patricia Brelin Kirtley ‘65 and William Kirtley Lynn Kitagawa Therese and Philip Klaas Lawrence Kleinman
Marianne Klekacz ‘05 Rachel Carr Klippenstein ‘91 and Marc Klippenstein Shirley Huffman Klug ‘58 and Richard Klug Sharon Klupenger Carol and Michael Knutson Ann Knutson ‘12 Mika Kobayashi ‘09 Sandra Koelle-Stewart ‘08 Susan Vasey Koetting ‘68 and Eric Koetting Shelly Kokkeler ‘73 Helen Murphy Koppe ‘54 and Bruce Koppe Gail Auguston-Koppen and Edward Koppen Dianne A. Kornberg and John Hart ‘11 Peggy Bennett Kornfeind ‘09 Margueritte Jette Kosovich ‘65 and Jerald Kosovich Michihiro Kosuge Janet and Bill Kretzmeier Lesley Latourette Krueger ‘57 and Erlyn Krueger Helen Kelsh Krzmarzick ‘62 and Andrew Krzmarzick Guyanne Pool Kucera ‘61 Lori Kuechler ‘07 Emma Kummrow ‘75 Susanna and Frank Kuo Bernadine Murphy Kuttner ‘62 and David Kuttner Madeline Kwok-Dodd ‘73 and Joseph Dodd Cheryl Farley Labavitch ‘87 Rosalina G. Laderas Kristi M. Lahusen Kathleen Lairson ‘03 Kim ‘93 and Jim Lamb Bonnie Lambert Demba Lamin Kathleen Lane ‘49 Katharine M. Lang Pamela Langley ‘06 Joan Parker Larsell ‘50 and David Larsell Mary Laughlin ‘64 Dwyn Anne Jones Lean ‘66 Rosemary Lee Michele Enzler Lehman ‘70 and Ivan Lehman Pam Leibrant Dolores Leonard ‘47 Nancy Spence Lillie ‘91 and Steve Lillie Cathie Wong Lime ‘57 Margaret Wolfgram Lindstrom ‘45 and Carl Lindstrom John Link Jeanette Maresh Little ‘74 and Robert Little Cheryl Livneh Patricia Nally Lodge ‘64 and Edward Lodge Felix Loo Nancy Looney ‘73 Allie Losli ‘07 Connie Lukes ‘02
Carolyn Miotke Lulay ‘69 and Thomas Lulay Doris Why Lum ‘56 Heather Lund ‘71 and George Sepelak Beverly Mayer Lutz ‘83 and Timothy Lutz Catherine Paiva Lux ‘74 and Jeffery Lux Alice ‘99 and William Lynn Kathryn Heidenreich Lytle ‘53 Cheryl MacDonald ‘09 Gregory MacPherson Donovan Madden Anne Dunn Madden Frances Maddox Ann Reynolds Madigan ‘59 Melinda ‘91 and William Maginnis Patricia ‘99 and Glenn Mahrt Joan Maiers, SNJM ‘59 Mary Maletis ‘51 Dolores Koutny Mallory ‘53 Kay Post Mally ‘58 and Michael Mally Rosemary Ruminski Maloney ‘49 Kathleen Maney ‘58 Dolores Wilkinson Mangold ‘50 Mary F. Maples Barbara ‘81 and William + Maplethorpe Susan Marcus Judy Powell Marick and James Marick Eileen Marley Elisabeth A. Marlow Kay Del Leavitt Marshall ‘80, ‘85 and Michael Doster Kathleen and Stanley Martin Marilyn Ferretty Martin ‘61 Wendy A. Martinson Melissa White Marton ‘95 Andrew Mason Lisa Massey ‘11 Math Reading of Lake Grove, LLC Martha C. Mathews Patricia Kremer Mathews ‘54 and George Mathews Judith Black Mathison ‘91 and Henry Mathison, Jr. Marianna VanRooy Mattecheck ‘53 and Robert Mattechek Eleanor Mattersdorff Mary Magula Mattila ‘98 and Fred Mattila Cindy Maulsby Katy Mayer Ian McCallum Kathleen Fletcher McCann ‘83 and Joseph McCann Karianta McCaw-Blaise ‘10 Carolyn Reif McClelland ‘59 and Lee McClelland Alzera Morte McCoy ‘50 and James McCoy Dean M. McCrea Ian McCutcheon Marguerite ‘81 and Daniel McDevitt
Donna McDonnell ‘49 Loeta McElwee Lucille Paulsohn McEntee ‘53 and Patrick McEntee Goldie Oules McFadden ‘51 Mary Jo Johnk McGrath ‘57 and Richard McGrath Janin McGrath ‘05 Judy and Louis Mcgraw Helen J. McGuire Margaret Broten McIntosh ‘46 Alexander McIntyre Mary Mealey McKenney ‘60 and James McKenney Patricia ‘90 and Bruce McLain Beth McLean ‘11 Mary Jane Brown McLeod ‘60 and Kenneth McLeod Lynne A. McMahan Dawn McNannay Joannie McNiel ‘87 Ellie McPeak Janis McSharry ‘59 Marijo Stump Meade ‘56 Susan I. Means Susan Handler Medak ‘69 and William Medak Ellen Rosenblum and Richard Meeker Benjamin Mefford ‘12 Sarah M. Miller Meigs Donna Sheets Mendenhall ‘66 and Bruce Mendenhall Carolyn Menegas ‘65 Gilan Menegat Linda Sue Weber Meskew ‘93 and James Meskew Lena and Paul Metteer Yvonne Miller Meuse ‘54 and Raymond Meuse Anne Elwell Meyer ‘50 and Burtis Meyer Jeanette D. Meyer Sharon Medicis Michaud ‘80 and Paul Michaud Ann Manning Mielke ‘54 Judy Millenbach Susan Richardson Miller ‘69 and Robert Miller Marie Miller ‘02, ‘09 Nicoli Miller Betse Judd Miller ‘78 and David Miller Sharon A. Keating Miller ‘68 and Thomas Miller Rebecca and Robert ‘11 Miller Beverly Lundstrom Milliron ‘47 and Ray Milliron Jean Daugherity Mills ‘51 and Howard Mills Sylvia ‘98 and George Milne Paul Missal Kathleen Sharp Mitchell ‘42 John Mitchell Jean Flynn Mitchell ‘53 Dora Anzai Miyasato ‘60 and Grover Miyasato Cathy Monnin ‘71 and Valerie Warden Kathleen Santelli Montavon ‘65 and Raymond Montavon
Dawn Montgomery Janet Moore Linda Morgan Joyce Morgareidge Monica Moriarty ‘97 Joyce Powell Morin ‘76 and Tony Morin Lavone Morisky, SNJM June Moriyasu Terry Morrell Marsha and Allan ‘92 Morrison Catherine Sullivan Morrow ‘70 and Robert Morrow Emma Moss ‘09 Olga Mount Daniel Mroz ‘11 Virginia Mullen ‘64 Mary B. Mullen Frances Fischer Munson ‘49 and Eugene Munson Patricia Murphy ‘08 Sally Hartung Murphy ‘58 and Gerald Murphy Mary Ann Thalhofer Myers ‘60 and Hardy Myers Esther Nacrelli Jamie Nadharny Patricia Joy Natseos ‘71 and James Natseos Miguel Navarro ‘06 Susan A. Navrotsky Edward Nelson ‘77 Sheila Johnson Nelson ‘70 and Ned Nelson Andrew Nenninger ‘09 Patricia Mullins Nichols ‘43 and Alfred Nichols Mary Ann Monks Nicholson ‘51 and Elmore Nicholson Annamae Jost Niedermeyer ‘54 Michele Nielsen ‘06 Joan Meehan Nielson ‘72 and Dennis Nielson Lillian Nipoti Mary Nixon ‘72 and Larry Dalrymple Margaret Walker Nolan ‘93 and Thomas Nolan Nancy Williams Nordeck ‘65 and Charles Nordeck Beverly and Richard North Amy Novoa ‘10 Delores Nunn Barbara Nye ‘83 Elizabeth O’Brien ‘62 Mary Ann Kronenberg Oeffling ‘55 Jean S. Ogrady Joseph ‘04 and Lori Ohama Pauline Olbrich ‘54 Marie Cray O’Leary ‘52 and John O’Leary Margaret ‘64 and Warren Oliver Sade M. Oliver Veronica Olivo ‘10 Twylah Olson ‘78 Becky ‘03 and Bill Olson Delila Olsson ‘09 Phoebe O’Neill ‘59 and Edward Palfreyman Gail Johnson O’Neill ‘86
Laura O’Neill ‘09 Mary Shaw Onstott ‘71 and Edward Onstott Peggy O’Phelan ‘71 and Steven Schaubel ‘86 Judy Orscheln Rebecca L. Orwoll ‘12 Mary Lee Oshiro Randy Osteen ‘10 Patricia Osterholm ‘61 Kate and Kevin O’Sullivan Necoe Otto-Parkinson Kathleen Overton ‘65, ‘87 Pacific Northwest College of Art Kathleen Padden ‘53 Marian Page ‘81 Patricia ‘98 and David Page Kathleen Paishon ‘73 Jennifer Palmer Genevieve Muhs Pappe ‘43 Ed Parecki Katherine W. Parker R.H. Parker/United Foundation Gertrude Parkinson and Peter Ozzanne Annette Broschet Parrott ‘59 and Donald Parrott Teresa Parsons Patricia Flanagan Partlow ‘87 and David Partlow Michael Paruch ‘10 Mary Mannila Patnode ‘66 and Howard Patnode Daniel Peabody Beverly DeLong Pearson and Jerry Pearson Rosemary Schwaegler Pendleton ‘40 Ruth Percival Rosemary Perisich, SNJM ‘61 Virginia Benda Perry ‘53 and George Perry Debra and Rick ‘09 Peterson Lucy Phan ‘07 Roberta Pierce Joellen Piluso ‘92 Sarah Pinnock ‘99 Robert Pitts ‘10 Victoria Poarch ‘06 Nicholas Poe ‘08 Elizabeth Parkinson Pole ‘66 and Donald Ruff Sandy Polishuk James Pollock ‘08 Roselee Shannon Pollock ‘48 Catherine ‘06 and Wayne Pompei Anne MacDonald Porter ‘63 Portland General Holdings ~ Susan and Stephen Potter Janet Powell ‘71 Judy Powers ‘62 Gary Powers Jeanne ‘89 and Trent Premore Leila ‘99 and Clark Prestia Laurie Crain Price ‘72 and Donald Price Michael Probstfield ‘04 MaryJo Radosevich ‘74 Glenda S. Randall Tessa Range ‘09 Cecilia Ranger, SNJM ‘55*
Mary Lu McDonald Rappleyea ‘45 Sandra ‘10 and Tom Rasch Dolores Hughet Raymond ‘88 Henrietta M. Recko Dawn Redman Sheila Redman Margaret V. Hinkley Reed ‘64 Delores Kocarnik Reed ‘52 and Jan Reed Isaac Regenstreif Geness S. Reichert Robert Reincke Julia Reisinger Tracy Reisinger Claudia and William ‘04 Relyea Bill Rhoades Lourdes Aguas Rice ‘75 and Harlen Rice Kathy J. Richard Farroel Richardson, SNJM ‘58 Marsha ‘70 and Brian Richardson Jane Rickenbaugh Yvonne Henault Riggs ‘57 Jana and Vincent Ripley Mary Ann Aizawa Rohrbough ‘62 and Dale Rohrbough Jacqueline Bailey Rojas ‘70 and René Rojas Virginia Saladino Rolland ‘59 and Ron Rolland Theresa Shoen Romero Jill Romm Sharon ‘00 and Stephen Roso Jacqueline Rosini Rossini ‘59 Sheila Rubin ‘89 Deanne S. Rubinstein Nancy and Myron Rude Bette Rueda ‘08 Zona Ruhl Thomas Ruhl + Elizabeth and Stephen Ruhl Brenda and John Rush Maryalice Russell Mary Ryan ‘48 Mary Fitzpatrick Ryan ‘58 and Kevin Ryan Joan K. Saalfeld, SNJM ‘64 Patricia Sweeney Sachnowitz ‘59 Corinna Campbell Sack and Robert Sack Patrice and Norman ‘90 Salas Wilfredo Sanchez Helaine Sakugawa Sato ‘66 and Edward Sato Arlene Satterlee Susan Herrick Saumur ‘67 and Robert Saumur Patricia Gibbons Savage ‘93 Shari Scales ‘95 Jim Scanlon Patricia Sloan Schaefer ‘69 and Michael Schaefer Marcia Schekel ‘04 Susan Stietzel Schilke ‘90 and John Schilke Lisa Schmidt ‘93 Andy Schmidt ‘03 Ann Schneider Mary Ann Hoffmann
*Marylhurst University trustee ~ Matching gift corporation/foundation (in full or in part) + Deceased
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Schnorenberg ‘57 and Charles Schnorenberg Ronald Schoenheit ‘07 Josefina and Stephen Schommer Sharon Schooley ‘09 Kimberly Schroeder Mary Ann Schroeder Mary Ann and Bruce Schroeder Martha A. Schroeder Dolores Schulte Janet Garrett Sciolaro ‘64 and Joe Sciolaro Matthew Scotten ‘07 Mary Joel Scully, SHCJ ‘44 Elizabeth Skinner Sekreta ‘43 and John Sekreta, Sr. Scott Selfridge Rita Francois Selin ‘59 and A. Richard Selin Laura Sequeira James Seubert Marguerite Kelly Shanahan ‘53 and William Shanahan Anne Curran Sheahan ‘61 and James Sheahan Brooke and Patrick ‘05 Sheehan Rita and Arlen ‘81 Sheldrake Ann Sheridan ‘55 and James Flynn Maureen Sheridan ‘72 Carolyn O’Connor Sherwin ‘66 and John Sherwin Margaret Shirley Sarah Shorr Margret ‘84 and David Short Agnes Schairer Shriver ‘57 Holly Shumway ‘08 Joanna Rood Simmons ‘97 Marie Sivak Francine Gasser Smith ‘67 and Joe Smith Leonie Nadal Smith ‘75 and Richard Smith Melanie Smith ‘76 Carol Smith Dixie Holden Smith ‘67 Lottie ‘94 and Mark Smith Charles Smith Angela Kintz Smith ‘75 and George Smith Bridget Smith ‘71 and Jim Asper Katherine Smith ‘90, ‘92 Brenda Henderson Smith ‘73 and Whitley Smith Kiki Smith Carol Smith-Larson Judith Daniloff Snider ‘91 Boo D. Sophanthavong ‘09 Stephanie Speight ‘94 Dianne Tromp Springer ‘59 and Jerry Springer The Standard ~ Penny Rezents Stanley ‘70 and Philip Stanley Eva Skoko Starr ‘50 and James Starr State Farm Companies Foundation ~ Carol and Thomas Stearns
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Margaret Banks Stein ‘58 and William Stein Leah M. Stenson James Stephenson Mary Pinkerton Stevens ‘69 and Charles Stevens Ava-Maria Stevens ‘07 Christine Stevens ‘08 Francesca Stevenson Kim Stewart Andrea Westwood Stine ‘61 and Charles Stine Anne Herold Stott ‘62 and Howard Stott, Jr. Jean and Milan Stoyanov Joan and James Strassmaier Carole Strawn, SNJM ‘69, ‘12 Vivian Strean Gretchen Vollendorff Stricker ‘55 and Lowell Stricker Norma Ling Sullivan ‘81 and Jack Sullivan Clara and Steven ‘06 Sundet Eric Sutter Laminba S. Suwareh ‘10 Robert Suzuki ‘03 Cynthia Swan ‘91 Linda Ross Swanson ‘81 Darla Swensen Melissa Swenson ‘04 Lynn Szender Donna Bledsoe Taggart ‘68 and Robert Taggart Ruth and John Talbott Bobbie Tallmon ‘94 Laurie Niles Taylor ‘70 Gina Taylor Randy Tessman Mary Ellen Walsh Thimm ‘48 and Joseph Thimm Margaret Little Thomas ‘54 and Hubert Thomas Yvonne Smith Thomas ‘62 and Gary Thomas Angela Littlefield and William Thorndike, Jr. Agnes Thwing Patricia Tibbetts-Blair ‘01 Yuvonne Mudd Timmons ‘64 and Archie Timmons Gertrude Agnew Tobin ‘40 and Robert Tobin Margaret Mary Tobin ‘49 Trudy Toliver ‘94 and Jim Owens Nancy Tongue Barbara Wingardner Toop ‘71 and Kenneth Toop Shannon Tortora ‘05 Lois Trongard ‘11 Toni Avery ‘06 and Richard Truitt Patricia Robison Turner ‘71 and Stephen Turner Nancy and Terry ‘04 Turner Elena DeMartino Turple ‘36 Sheryl Uchytil ‘02 Audrey Baxendale Underdahl ‘73 and Kenneth Underdahl JoAnne Brelin Urevich ‘61 and Ralph Urevich
Nancy Ann and Matthew Utterback Carol Heuberger VanCauteren ‘59 and Richard VanCauteren Kay Vega ‘97 Celia Volk Marjorie Wilkerson Vuylsteke ‘56 Lisa Maniatis Waggoner ‘94 Cynthia T. Wagner ‘11 Katharyne Sykes Waldon ‘82 and James Waldon Jay Waldron Frances Walsh ‘00 Michelle Walsh Michael Walsh Helen Wand ‘60 Linda Wanless ‘84 Mary Ruplinger Warkentin ‘65 Linda Carlson Watkins ‘88 and Peter Watkins Robert Watkins Wylene Watts ‘09 Julia Stewart Wayne Kathleen Smith Weaver ‘62 Janet Weber ‘96 Susan Webert ‘92 Wendy Weil ‘98 Alison Allen Weiss ‘96 Pia Welch ‘07 Nancy Welch ‘56 Terri Wells ‘09 Claudine Richardson Werner ‘64 Bev and Henry Westbrook Anna Wherry ‘11 Carole White Shoko White ‘06 Malena Bjorklund Whitehouse ‘09 Joan Whitford-Schook ‘81 and Stan Schook Christopher Wicks ‘97 Susie and James ‘00 Wilcox Patricia Harrington Wilhelm ‘58 and George Wilhelm Dorothy Wilhelm ‘84 Sharon Williams ‘61 Amy Williams Terri Williams ‘97 Mary Ann Sequeira Wilson ‘63 and James Wilson Gloria Velasco Wilson ‘70 Delores Wilson ‘93 Blanche Petersen Wilson-Southwick ‘44 and M. Paul Southwick Susan and James Winkler Kathryn Wissel ‘69 and Robert Goodkind Megan Witt Shirley Anne Wizer ‘57 Kathleen Wolf ‘71 Judy Zimmerman Wolff ‘63 and Roy Wolff Susan Wonderly Beverly Wong ‘82 and David Lifton Dana and Christopher Wood Rosemary Wood Constance and Walter Wood
Carolyn Forman Wood ‘62 Gail and Reid Wood Mary Pynes Woodford-Beals ‘81 Dana Woods ‘07 Beth Woodward ‘06 Peggy Woolf ‘09 Karin Sundeleaf Wright ‘74 and William Wright Joanne Wright ‘08 Mary ‘94 and Howard Wurdinger Duncan Wyse Judith A. Wyss Catharine Gleason Yates ‘43 and W. Ross Yates Ramine Yazhari Olivia Yeung ‘09, ‘12 June Young ‘95 Marilyn and Isaac Young Sara Young ‘08 Mary Zaleski ‘69 and Richard Lamkin Reneé Zangara ‘96 Barbara O’Hanlon Zembsch ‘55 Susan Prichard Zenner ‘64 and James Zenner Mary Ann Kirk Zielinski ‘76 and Glen Zielinski Mary Zimmerman ‘59 Margaret Galluzzo Zueger ‘53
Annual Sponsors Presenting Bon Appétit Management Co.
Diamond $25,000+ Pacific Power
Platinum $10,000+ Aequitas Capital Management, Inc. LifeMap Assurance Company Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund
Event Sponsors (Annual Dinner, Golf Classic and/or Homecoming)
Presenting Bon Appétit Management Co. West Coast Bank
Platinum $10,000+ Elizabeth and Stephen Zimmer
Gold $5,000+ Asset Recovery Group, Inc. Patricia Irwin Crocker ‘46 and Jack Crocker Custom Decorators, Inc. Embanet Compass Knowledge Group, LLC KPMG LLP Murphy Company Martin Ringle Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. Wells Fargo
Silver $2,500+ Bank of the Cascades Becker Capital Management, Inc. The Campbell Group, LLC Cascade Corporation Marilyn Fellers Fink ‘69 and Thomas Fink First Republic Idaho Power Co. Candace Jennings and Gil Rodriguez Heather Schreiber Killough PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP A.C. Schommer & Sons Inc. US Bank The Robert C. & Nani S. Warren Foundation
Bronze $1,000+ Lajos Balogh The Bank of Oswego Kimberly and Stephen Brown Molly and Stewart Butler Rebecca and Michael DeCesaro Diana Pierce Knox ‘73 and William Knox, Jr. Mary’s Woods Xandra and Joeseph McKeown McKinstry Co. Theresa Lamb O’Hanlon ‘50 and James O’Hanlon The Park Foundation Portland General Electric Tom Tsuruta VISA International
Educator $500+ A-dec Inc. EBSCO Publishing Sylvia Giustina ‘56 ING Financial Group Liberty Mutual Magnacorp Deborah and Kenneth Novack Phinney Bischoff Design House Sherilyn Godschalx Sellman ‘71 and John Sellman
Gifts in Kind
Anonymous AAA Oregon Arcalus LLC Artists Repertory Theatre Avalon Hotel and Spa The Bank of Oswego Beaverton Bakery Blue Line Design Bon Appétit Management Co. Bugatti’s Chocolates by Bernard Callebaut Chuck’s Place Coffman Excavation Crave Bake Shop Dennis Cunningham
Custom Decorators, Inc. Rosalina Simon Domondon ‘58 Enyeart Cedar Products Expanko, Inc First Republic Floor Solutions, LLC Goose Hollow Gardens Grummel Engineering, LLC Kaady Car Washes Lakewood Center for the Arts Lan Su Chinese Garden Les Schwab Tire Center NetApp Nike, Inc. Miriam Ostroff Oswego Lake Country Club Oswego Hills Winery Packouz Jewelers Portland Center Stage Portland Spirit Christa Shoen and Michael Shoen West Coast Bank Willamette Graystone
Corporations & Foundations
Anonymous A.C. Schommer & Sons, Inc. Aequitas Capital Management, Inc. AKT LLP Arts Action Alliance Foundation Asset Recovery Group, Inc. A-dec Inc. (Joan Austin and Ken Austin) The Bank of Oswego Bank of the Cascades Becker Capital Management, Inc. Billings & Cronn The Boeing Company ~ Bon Appétit Management Co. The Cambia Employee Giving Campaign ~ The Campbell Foundation (Duncan & Cindy Campbell) The Campbell Group, LLC Cascade Corporation Cascade Coil Drapery, Inc. Clark Family Foundation The Clint Foundation The Collins Foundation The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Custom Decorators, Inc. (Stephen Zimmer) Delta Theta Tau Sorority Eta Alpha Chapter EBSCO Publishing Electrical Distributing Inc. Embanet Compass Knowledge Group, LLC First Republic Ford Family Foundation A. J. Frank Family Foundation General Mills ~ I.L.W.U. Local 8 Idaho Power Co. ING Financial Group
Whether it’s $25 or $100 or $1,000 or more, we appreciate your gift! Each gift is a vote of confidence. It says that you believe that a Marylhurst education should be accessible to those who seek it. Intel Corporation Intel Foundation ~ Ivey Jacobson & Company CPAs Juan Young Trust Kaiser Permanente Foundation Board Matching Program ~ W.M. Keck Foundation Kinsman Foundation KPMG LLP Marie Lamfrom Charitable Foundation Liberty Mutual LifeMap Assurance Company Maybelle Clark Macdonald Fund Magnacorp Peter R. Marsh Foundation Mary’s Woods McKinstry Co. Harry A. Merlo Foundation, Inc. M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust ~ Murphy Company New Life Foundation North Star Foundation Oregon Arts Commission Oregon Education Association Pacific International Academy Pacific Northwest College of Art Pacific Power ~ The Park Foundation R.H. Parker/United Foundation Charles Patrick Memorial Fund PDX Contemporary Art Phinney Bischoff Design House Portland General Electric ~ Portland General Holdings ~ PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Regional Arts & Culture Council Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc. Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, P.C. Sisters of the Holy Names US-Ontario Province Corporation The Standard ~ State Farm Companies Foundation ~ US Bank ~ VISA International The Robert C. & Nani S. Warren Foundation Wells Fargo Wells Fargo Foundation ~ Wells Family Foundation Wells Fargo Community Support Campaign West Coast Bank Wheeler Foundation (Don Wheeler +)
2012 Honoring Achievement Graduation Class Giving *Includes gifts through December 31, 2012
Carla M. Carnegie ‘12 Gayla D. Cushman-Pike ‘12 Linda J. Flynn ‘12 Deborah A. Garcia ‘12 Lynette Isaak ‘12 Valerie M. Kennedy ‘12 Ann Knutson ‘12 Benjamin Mefford ‘12 Rebecca L. Orwoll ‘12 Carole Strawn, SNJM ‘69, ‘12 Olivia Yeung ‘09, ‘12
Anonymous Arcalus LLC The Bank of Oswego Marti and Anthony Belluschi Peter Belluschi Diane and John Bradshaw Dianne and Eric Carlson Coffman Excavation Marylou Colver The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Debbie F. Craig Barnes Ellis Enyeart Cedar Products Christina Eugenis and Stan Amy Expanko, Inc Libby Farr Floor Solutions, LLC Janet and Gregory Fowler Don Frisbee Sylvia Giustina ‘56 Pat and John Griffith Sue Griffith Elizabeth Grube Jeffrey Gudman Lynn Herring Nancy Hiss Kasey and Steve Holwerda Ivey Jacobson & Company CPAs Donna L. Jordan Kinsman Foundation Susanna and Frank Kuo Gregory MacPherson Kathleen and Stanley Martin Ian McCutcheon Judy and Louis Mcgraw Helen J. McGuire Alexander McIntyre Ellie McPeak North Star Foundation Barbara and Bill Warner Erin O’Rourke-Meadors
Marylhurst University Trustees
Norma and Paden Prichard Mary and J. David Richen Corinna Campbell Sack and Robert Sack Leslie Sammons-Roth ‘11 Nancy Tongue Willamette Graystone
Board Chair Ruth A. Beyer
Oregon Alliance of Independent Colleges and Universities
William Barr Scott Bolton ‘02 Eileen Brown, SNJM ‘55 Stephen Brown Mary Burke, SNJM ‘65 Larry N. Choruby Rebecca DeCesaro Roswitha Frawley, SNJM ‘68 Barbara Gfeller, SNJM ‘50 Sylvia Giustina ‘56 Judie Hammerstad Joan Hansen, SNJM ‘56 Jane M. Hibbard, SNJM ‘69 Greg Hogensen Diana Pierce Knox ‘73 Janina Kokorowski, SNJM Cecilia Ranger, SNJM ‘55 Martin Ringle Gil Rodriguez Sam W. Shoen Patricia Smith Kristin Stathis Chip Terhune Lynda Thompson, SNJM ‘65 Edward J. Vranizan Stephen P. Zimmer
Scholarship Donors Bank of America BiMart Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation Costco Wholesale JELD-WEN Foundation KeyBank Knife River Corp. Leupold & Stevens NW Natural PCC Structurals PGE Foundation Rose E. Tucker Charitable Trust United Parcel Service US Bancorp Wells Fargo
Reunion Class Giving (Class years ending in ‘2’ and ‘7’*)
1942 - $50 1947 - $10 1952 - $920 1957 - $525 1962 - $2,185 1967 - $375 1972 - $850 1977 - $100 1982 - $635 1987 - $280 1992 - $250 1997 - $400 2002 - $355 2007 - $920
Chair-elect Andrew MacRitchie Secretary-Treasurer Xandra McKeown
*Gifts April 1, 2012-December 31, 2012
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of this list. Please contact the Office of University Advancement at 503.534.4059 with any questions.
*Marylhurst University trustee ~ Matching gift corporation/foundation (in full or in part) + Deceased
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