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Contents Development Report.................................................................2 Letter from the Chairman of the Board of Trustees........................................................... 4 Financial Overview.....................................................................6 Alumni Weekend and Millbrook Medals...............................8 Special Awards..........................................................................11 Tributes....................................................................................... 13 Commencement..................................................................... 14 Summer Programs: Classrooms Across the World..............................................24 Facilities......................................................................................28 Faculty Milestones...................................................................30 Trustees...................................................................................... 33 Class Agent Thank You...........................................................34 Leadership Donors.................................................................. 37 Alumni Donors.........................................................................40

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Development Report It gives us great pleasure to announce another record year in fundraising at Millbrook School for 2013-2014. Gifts to the school amounted to over $8 million and featured increased participation by alumni, parents, friends, and neighbors who comprise our Millbrook family. The members of the Board of Trustees continue to lead this transformational effort with optimism, determination, and generosity. Their wise governance and shared ambition support Headmaster Casertano’s clear vision for the Millbrook of today and tomorrow.  As Drew begins his 25th year as Millbrook’s sixth headmaster, the school is in a strong position to continue to realize outstanding success in the years ahead. The 2013-2014 Annual Fund totaled $1.862 million, which was a 9% increase over the previous year’s result. During the year our young alumni competed in and were victorious in the “February Face-off ” against nine other schools (Avon, Williston, Hotchkiss, Taft, Berkshire, Gunnery, TrinityPawling, Westminster, and Salisbury). The goal was to increase Annual Fund participation from alumni who graduated in the past twenty years, and Millbrook’s graduates should be proud to have solidly defeated our neighboring schools in this regard while increasing their overall participation in Millbrook’s Annual Fund by 10%. In another very positive development, the parents of the Class of 2014 raised more than $300,000 to support the beautiful new stone bridge that now marks the entrance to the main campus. Following on the heels of the Class of 2013’s effort to name and fund the new terrace attached to the renovated student center in the Barn, this year’s senior class parents set the bar even higher for future graduating classes. The capital campaign progress picked up solid momentum in the last 12 months, and commitments for bricks and mortar and endowment projects neared $40 million out of $65 million, our total goal to reach by 2017.  Millbrook’s growth and development have been game changers in recent years. Our new dormitory, which houses forty-four girls and four faculty families, has openeed its door this fall, and the new solar field is complete. Once it is up and running, will reduce our electricity costs by $30,000 this year. There is still a great deal to be accomplished and the priorities for the year ahead are clear: they include raising funds for a new dining hall and increasing Millbrook’s endowment.  All of us in the Development Office are excited about the future, and we thank you for being our partners in the advancement of Millbrook School.

Nancy I. Stahl Director of Advancement

Robert W. Anthony Assistant to the Headmaster for External Relations

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Dear Members of the Millbrook Family, I write to you this fall with more excellent news on Millbrook’s continued strategic progress. Inspired by the leadership of our headmaster Drew Casertano, our school has laid out purposeful and ambitious plans for improvement on a number of fronts, and with your help we are achieving those goals. On nearly every measure – admissions, development, student success – the past year was the best in Millbrook’s history. It is not an overstatement to say that Millbrook School has never been stronger nor the experience for our students better. Over the past year we have continued to make great progress on our campus master plan with the completion of West Dorm, the first new dormitory built just for girls that not only provides additional attractive spaces for our students but anchors the west end of campus. Other dormitories received renovations over the summer as well, enhancing the residential life program for all of our students. Our 7-acre solar field, a partnership with our local utility provider, outside investors, and the State of New York, was completed and will soon provide 100% of our electricity on campus while moving us closer to our ambitious goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2020. And plans are moving ahead with the design and construction of a new dining hall. While we continue to make improvements in our facilities, we remain committed to realizing our goal of being the finest small college preparatory boarding school in the country. Enabled by dramatic growth in our endowment and Annual Fund, we are implementing plans that allow us to attract and retain excellent faculty, supporting them with increased funding for professional development and moving us closer to our goal of increasing the number of courses taught by master teachers. Our improved financial position allows us to devote greater resources to enrolling a diverse and qualified student body and to strengthen all aspects of our educational program. My dedicated board colleagues and I continue to focus on our fiduciary responsibilities of guiding the school that we love into the future, a future that preserves the best of Millbrook’s proud history and tradition while making improvements that enhance the lives of our students and provide a foundation for continued success and sustainability. In this regard we are extremely fortunate to be partners with Millbrook’s headmaster of 25 years, who shares this vision with us and who has guided the school with steady leadership following the path established in 1931 by Founding Headmaster Edward Pulling. Drew Casertano has touched the lives of generations of Millbrook students and their families and continues to approach his work with the same conviction, energy, and success that has marked his long tenure of service to our school. I am fortunate to have been able to work with him for my twenty years of service on the board, a sentiment echoed by my board colleagues, Drew’s administrative, faculty and staff colleagues and generations of students, parents, and alumni. I know you all join me in expressing our gratitude to Drew for his great service to our school and in looking forward to many more years of his leadership of Millbrook School. Best regards,

William L. Menard Chairman of the Board of Trustees

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Financial Overview Endowment

Instructional Support

Other

Annual Fund

Physical Plant

Administrative Tuition Salaries & Benefits

INCOME

EXPENSES

Tuition................................................................... $ 11,089,084

(net of Financial Aid)

Salaries & Benefits....................................... $ 8,191,598 Administrative.............................................. $ 2,130,753

Annual Fund........................................................ $ 1,862,462

Physical Plant............................................... $ 2,220,220

Endowment......................................................... $

Support.......................................................... $ 1,510,780

1,025,131

Other..................................................................... $ 1,224,773

Capital Gifts

Instructional................................................. $

584,674

Gifts to Millbrook School, 2013-2014 Capital Gifts.................................................. $ 6,309,533 Annual Fund.................................................. $ 1,862,462

Other

(Funds raised in support of the operating budget)

Other.............................................................. $

294,145

TOTAL............................................................ $ 8,466,140 Annual Fund

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Annual Fund Leadership Matt Marsalo ’98 Alumni Chair

Sabrina Bluestone ’82 V Form Chair

Barbara Gatski Grandparents Chair

Alice ’82 and Christopher Holbrook ’82 Parent Chairs

Anna Petite Lee IV Form Chair

Barbara Gatski Parents of Alumni Chair

Larry Creel Herb and Cinnie May VI Form Chairs

Robert and Jeanne Austrian III Form Chairs

2013-2014 Annual Fund Totals: Alumni............................................................. $ 756,408 Parents............................................................. $ 731,485 Other................................................................ $ 374,569

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History of Giving

$1,862 $1,686

The Annual Fund: Raising the Bar

$1,522

$1,500

$1,441

Annual Fund Total ($000)

$1,309 $1,230

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$1,147 $1,000

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2014 Alumni Weekend On June 6th and 7th Millbrook alumni who were back on campus for Alumni Weekend resoundingly said the same thing: Millbrook has changed so much, yet it remains so much the same!

Alumni returning to campus were excited to reconnect with classmates, friends, and faculty in campus venues old and new. They toured their old haunts and explored the latest facilities on campus designed with purpose and thought to complement Millbrook’s iconic and historical structures. New to many alumni were the Math and Science Center just outside the zoo gates, the renovated Barn, and the nearly completed girls dormitory, which now anchors the west end of campus just behind the chapel.

players and people. Despite the somber occasion, spirits were high and many great, and oftentimes humorous, stories were shared. In the afternoon, the traditional alumni parade led the entire community into the Flagler

Memorial Chapel. Robert Anthony ’65, assistant to the headmaster for external relations, welcomed everyone to the alumni assembly and presented awards to very deserving recipients. The Alumni Achievement Award in Education

In addition to traditional weekend festivities along the lines of dining, dancing, and taking the annual alumni walk, alumni, faculty, family, and friends also gathered for a very special celebration in honor of Coach Mike Fuller. From 2001-2004 Coach Fuller made his home with Gina, Zack, and Maddie Fuller at Millbrook, and he died suddenly in the spring of 2004 while coaching on the lower fields. He shared his passion for the sport of lacrosse and his clear ideas on sportsmanship, character, and the qualities necessary to become champions with every student with whom he had the pleasure to work. His players knew that he demanded their best, and at a memorial luncheon they acknowledged that this made them better

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2014 Alumni Weekend was presented to Sumaya Abu-Haidar ’89, and Erin Stuckey ’00 earned the Edward Pulling Community Service Award. Bill Crossman ’74 earned a standing ovation when he accepted the Millbrook Medal. After congratulating each award winner, Headmaster Drew Casertano delivered the State of the School address to further update alumni on the important projects happening on campus and all that the future holds at Millbrook. Visit our Millbrook in Motion page on our website (www.millbrook.org/millbrookinmotion) to watch the State of the School address in its entirety.

THE MILLBROOK MEDAL Bill Crossman ’74 was honored for his continued association with and for his many contributions to Millbrook. From the special citation presented by Bob Anthony ’65 to Bill during Alumni Weekend 2014, where he was joined by his wife, Alison, his daughter, Padget, and his son, Brooks ’09: During his undergraduate days at Millbrook and at Lake Forest, Bill always “bled” Millbrook blue. The school is simply in his DNA. He is as loyal and true as the day is long. When he travels, he wears our school on his sleeve. And no matter where Bill and his family have lived over the years, he has encouraged his friends and acquaintances to visit the campus and to bring their sons and daughters for an interview.

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His innate enthusiasm for Millbrook has been

has chaired the Audit Committee, which has

contagious, and many students’ and families’

oversight of the school’s financial books to

lives have been positively affected by their

ensure that Millbrook is in compliance with

exposure to Bill and to this community.

state and federal regulations. And just to

After his graduation in 1974, Bill began his

be certain that the committee had funds to

service to Millbrook as a class agent and

oversee, Bill also served on the Development

stalwart volunteer. He, along with classmate

Committee for a number of years. When

Nelson Mead, organized their five-year reunions

Brooks enrolled at Millbrook, Bill added to

here for years. Bill soon became president of

his responsibilities by chairing PLAN (Parent

Millbrook’s Alumni Association and represented

Leadership Annual Network), a group that

our graduates on the Board of Trustees. Bill

was comprised of current parents assisting in

has served Millbrook as a trustee since 1986—a

admissions and development initiatives.

total of 28 years—and his attendance to trustee

He has done all of this while helping Alison

meetings three times per year has been as

raise their family and run a demanding

exemplary as his service to his alma mater.

business. Bill is President and CEO of Atlantic

Over the years he has chaired and been a

Metrocast, a quality pre-cast and pre-stressed

member of the Physical Resources Committee,

concrete firm in Savannah, Georgia, and he has

which plans and oversees our construction

projects underway around the United States

projects and facilities on campus, and he

and in other countries as well.


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S p e c i al A w ards Edward Pulling Community Service Award Dr. Erin Stuckey ’00 was honored for extending the principles and the spirit of community service in her life beyond Millbrook. From the special citation presented to Erin: During her college days at Washington University in St. Louis, Erin was selected to participate in the International Leadership Program there. Soon she was off to study and work abroad, and she hasn’t slowed down since! At Washington University, Erin earned her BA in Comparative Literature and International Studies. She then received her MS in Control of Infectious Diseases at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. She recently earned her PhD in Epidemiology at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute in Basel, Switzerland, where she is now an expert in malaria, an enormous public health issue in many developing countries. A large percentage of Erin’s professional, academic, and volunteering efforts have focused in three major areas: malaria, HIV/AIDS, and mentoring and teaching of K-12 school children. Her writings on malaria have been published in a variety of scientific journals. Before becoming an expert in malaria, Erin served as technical advisor for HIV/AIDS for Population Services International (PSI) in the South Sudan from 2007-2009; there she managed and built the department. Her responsibilities included program design and strategic direction, targeting programs for HIV prevention, care, and support. She was involved in monitoring and evaluation for HIV, malaria, and safe water while at PSI as well. In addition to public health issues, Erin has extensive history in mentoring and teaching students. She taught various lessons to “at risk” inner city students in St. Louis and English to students in Chile, and she is currently involved with “CDI Apps for Good” for students across the UK. If and when malaria is finally eradicated, we suspect that Erin will have played an important role in that triumph.

Alumni Achievement Award in Education Sumaya Abu-Haidar ’89 was honored for her exceptional achievement and contributions in her chosen career, and for helping to improve the quality of other peoples’ lives. From the special citation presented to Sumaya: Following her graduation from Millbrook, Sumaya earned a BA in philosophy and education at Dartmouth College and her doctorate in education at the University of Colorado at Boulder. In 2001 Sumaya and her husband, Jason Berv, founded the Watershed School in Boulder. She also served as a founding trustee of this independent middle school and high school that emphasizes a meaningful experiential curriculum, academic excellence, and a nurturing community in a setting that promotes engaged learning and exploration. Sumaya was well qualified for this task as she already had extensive experience in the classroom having taught and coached at the Randolph School in Huntsville, Alabama. She was also a writing instructor at Upward Bound at Northfield Mount Herman School during the summer, before becoming a member of the teaching faculty at the University of Colorado at Boulder for their Teacher Education Program. Sumaya credits Tom Post, her former Millbrook philosophy teacher, with instilling a fascination with the subject that has lasted throughout her career. Sumaya is currently an adjunct professor at Western State Colorado University, where she teaches political science, philosophy, and honors courses focusing on democracy, citizenship, education, and Middle East politics. She is all about “excellence in academia,” and she has invested her energy, time, and resources in current and future generations of students.

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2014 Alumni Weekend

Tribute Zoo Education Center

Named in Honor of

Jonathan ’65 and Jane Meigs

Following the opening Headmaster Drew Casertano was thrilled to announce the naming the zoo education building as the Jonathan and Jane Meigs Education Center, and we share below an exerpt from his remarks. Soon after, honors were further bestowed on Jono and Jane at the annual Faculty Honors Dinner; as the Meigs prepared to retire, long-time friends and colleagues offered additional words of praise for their many years of service to students and to the school: Headmaster Drew Casertano: Passionate, determined, visionary, multi-talented, wise, fun, and inspirational—these are just some of adjectives that describe Jane and Jono Meigs. Two more words would be enduring and transformational— these especially describe the contributions that Jane and Jono have made over 40 plus years at Millbrook. In response and to acknowledge their extraordinary service to Millbrook, I’m delighted and honored that the trustees have decided unanimously to name the zoo education center The Jonathan and Jane Meigs Education Center.

Dr. Alan Tousignant:

Celebrating 40+ years of Enduring and Transformational Contributions A large contingent of alumni zooies and friends of Jono and Jane Meigs and the Trevor Zoo gathered at the zoo during Alumni Weekend to celebrate the opening of a new Climate Change Exhibit, an exhibit that beautifully illustrates the Meigs’ stalwart support for Millbrook’s mission of being ever green.

You will never find two people more passionate about teaching anyone who will listen, and often those who won’t, about the natural world and how we all share a responsibility for it. I learned more about the natural world in my first year as the zoo intern (back in 1984) than I did in four years at college. Jane and Jono are consummate educators and rarely let a teaching moment pass without imparting some kernel of wisdom to the audience. Always the teachers and always looking to bring out the best in people—that is what both Jane and Jono have done, and continue to do, at Millbrook.

Cindy McWilliams: I so admire Jane for her loyalty, faith, courage, tenacity, and how she has been an inspiration to so many. She has been a true and loving partner with Jono. As you move into this new phase of your lives I wish you health, happiness, and peace. The word retirement just doesn’t fit. It has the connotation of being put out to pasture or retreating. I have a different perspective of the situation. I learned from a dear friend that there is the perfect word in Spanish JUBILARSE – the root, means jubilation, joy. Isn’t that the perfect outlook? Go forth joyfully, get behind the wheel, and stay in touch!

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Commencement 2014 On a picture-perfect Sunday afternoon the Class of 2014 bid Millbrook farewell under the commencement tent on the Flagler Quad. It was a celebration of growth, success, community, and tradition - from Prize Night to Last Night to the commencement walk and the cry line - and hundreds of friends and family were on hand to congratulate the graduates.

Sunday was a grand affair as underform classmates, faculty, staff, and family celebrated this milestone with the class of 2014. George T. Whalen III, Millbrook board member and parent of Sarah ’06, George ’09, Kathryn ’10, and Caroline ’14, welcomed the graduates, underform students, faculty, and families. Board member Christopher Holbrook ’82 was the perfect speaker for this year’s Commencement Address, as he knows Millbrook through and through. The Holbrook connections to Millbrook run deep: Chris’s father, uncle, sister, cousin, and wife Alice are all Millbrook graduates, as are his three children, Cameron ’11, Ali ’12, and Parker ’14. Mr. Holbrook advised the graduates going forward to use a filter comprised of Millbrook’s core values and the cumulative lessons they learned here:

“You don’t need to change the world tomorrow, this summer or in the next year. Ultimately, you will find yourself in position to make a difference in the world. You will wield great influence and you will be able to effect great change, because you will take Millbrook with you, wherever you go.” The VIth formers elected classmate Lucy Papachristou to deliver this year’s VIth Form Commencement Address. In her widely lauded and very memorable presentation, she reflected on her time at Millbrook and urged her class to remember each of their days spent at Millbrook, regardless of whether the day was good, bad, or somewhere in-between, as “memories are truly an expression of love.” We encourage you to read Lucy’s speech, which is available on Millbrook’s website. Headmaster Drew Casertano presented three special awards during commencement: the Sportsmanship Cup was awarded jointly to Lake Miller and Julia May, the Community Service Cup was presented to Mansell Ambrose, and Caroline Whalen earned Summa Cum Laude for Millbrook’s Class of 2014.  After hugs and handshakes in the receiving line, there was nary a dry eye as graduates began to officially turn the page on their Millbrook careers and begin the next chapter of their lives as Millbrook alumni. 

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Senior Profiles

Caroline Whalen College attending: University of Notre Dame Major or area of interest: history and political science, pre-law Senior prizes: Summa Cum Laude, Class of 1978 Award, Art History Award, 4-year Varsity Letter Known for her competitive nature, it’s no surprise that Caroline earned the nickname “Killer” in athletics. She also “killed it” in the classroom, earning the high honor roll during every semester of her four years at Millbrook. “Natural intelligence and formidable work ethic” are two phrases used to describe Caroline, and she brings those innate qualities to Notre Dame this fall where she expects to enjoy the very best of what she experienced at Millbrook: an amazing sense of community and an amplitude of opportunities to become involved in both the on-campus and local communities. About Millbrook she says, “Never in my life have I been in a place where so many people were truly invested in my experience and dedicated to helping me succeed.” And while Caroline succeeded famously here, she was always about sharing her knowledge to benefit the experience of other students, thus earning her the Class of 1978 Award. It’s not surprising that Caroline will study history and political science on a pre-law track, since Constitutional Law was one of her favorite classes at Millbrook. “[Mr. Clizbe’s class] challenged me intellectually in a way that I had never been challenged before. It pushed me to study past cases of the Supreme Court, but also apply them to current day issues. Most of all though, the class pushed me to become more comfortable speaking in public through the mock trials, and helped me realize that this is something I actually really enjoy.”

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Alex Zhou College attending: University of Southern California Major or area of interest: math and engineering Senior prizes: Cum Laude, Sykes Mathematics Prize Alex is Millbrook’s first graduating male student from China. During his four years at Millbrook, he challenged himself incrementally. Math may have come easily to Alex, but reading Shakespeare as a non-English speaker in the III form required a whole lot of perseverance and dedication. Alex set high expectations for himself, both in the rigor of his classes and in his academic achievements, and he contributed substantially to the intellectual discourse with other students, particularly around topics of math and science. While he will appreciate the warmer climate of southern California this year, his professors and classmates will undoubtedly appreciate his love of learning.


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Senior Profiles

Lucy Papachristou

Dustin Sloan

College attending: Carleton College

College attending: Georgia Institute of Technology

Major or area of interest: Russian and other pursuits still to be decided

Major or area of interest: science, design, engineering

Senior prizes: Cum Laude, English Writing Prize, Blaine Essay Prize, Clark Language Prize

Senior prizes: Cum Laude, Science Prize, Abbott Cup

Lucy arrived at Millbrook already in love with reading and writing, but once she settled in she took accordion lessons and then found herself falling in love with math. Lucy continued to reveal her talents by creating a humor magazine, The Yolk, earning the Blaine History Prize, and by being elected by her peers to be the class speaker at commencement. As Lucy pursues her studies at Carleton she is delighted with their trimester system, which means she can explore and discover more interests. After spending two years at a suffocatingly competitive high school, Lucy admits that she “felt strangled” in that environment. Millbrook gave her an aura of calm, reinforced her respect for people’s individuality, and challenged her intellect. “Mr. Clizbe pushed me like no other teacher. ‘Why’ is probably his favorite word. It was hard at first to reconsider every point I’d said or written, but after a while I caught on that it was actually working. He seemed to know what I was capable of before I knew myself.”

Teacher and advisor Mr. Matt Dilley describes Dustin’s universe as “one of pure imagination that has a rate of cosmic expansion comparable to that of the Big Bang.” In fact, Dustin did have his hand in all manner of creation during his four years at Millbrook— from an award-winning 4-foot tall ceramic ice cream cone to a ceramic fire-breathing dragon to a 3-D computer animated film and honors CES to a propane-powered potato cannon. Mr. Dilley credits Dustin’s successes—not only in the arts and in engineering, but across the board— to his commitment to originality. Dustin often took the unseen path to solving difficult problems and applied key physics principles to bottle rocketry to reach new heights. It is Dustin’s hunger for knowledge, persistence in acquiring it, and the sense of play that he brings to everything he does that will ensure his continued success in college and beyond.

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Duncan Harvey

Bria Horsley

College attending: Elon University

College attending: Howard University

Major or area of interest: undecided

Major or area of interest: broadcast journalism

Senior prizes: Headmaster’s Merit Award

Senior prizes: Headmaster’s Merit Award, 4-Year Varsity Letter

To Duncan community and family are synonymous with Millbrook, and his experience at Elon so far has been much the same. Off to a strong start in classes, he is looking forward to playing club hockey and enjoying all that college life has to offer. While at Millbrook Duncan’s role as student body president helped develop confidence and comfort in speaking in front of large groups, so it is no surprise that he aims to choose a career path that keeps him actively engaged with people. He credits Mr. Clizbe’s Constitutional Law class as where he learned to effectively defend his arguments in the face of opposition and believes those skills will carry him far, at Elon and beyond.

Bria is settling in and getting comfortable in her new city setting at Howard University in Washington DC. Despite the fact that Howard has almost 10,000 undergraduates, Bria sees many similarities to Millbrook, particularly in their sense of community and how students are pushed to try new things and never settle. “Millbrook gave me a sense of self. I was able to develop as an individual in a small, accepting community. I was granted the chance to learn my level of comfort and how to step outside of that. College is no time to forget that.” Bria is hoping to have professors whose dedication rivals that of her history teacher at Millbrook, Mr.Hart. “I wish that all of my college professors will take the time to make sure that I confidently know the material. [Mr. Hart] was always patient and enthusiastic about my performance and improvement as a student. Donuts during review sessions were a nice perk too.”

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Senior Profiles

George DeWitt College attending: New York University

Julia May College attending: Southern Methodist University Major or area of interest: pre-medicine Senior prizes: Cum Laude, Sportsmanship Cup, McSweeney Tour Guide Award Fully expecting to be challenged in SMU’s rigorous pre-med program, Julia has felt very well prepared after taking Advanced Biology in her VIth form year with Mrs. Stewart. Hard at work this fall, she is excited not only about her classes but also about opportunities she will have to volunteer in hospitals, shadow doctors and more. She’s confident in her success not simply because she’s willing to work hard, but because she has learned how to self-advocate. “This is the first time I’m in a class with more than 18 students, and if you want answers you have to speak up. I understand that with a class of 75+ students it’s hard for professors to remember names, so I visit office hours as much as I can so they at least know who I am and what my questions are.” She gives credit to both Mr. and Mrs. Clizbe, who each taught her the importance of questioning and pushing beyond her self-ascribed limits.

Major or area of interest: mechanical engineering and entrepreneurship Senior prizes: Cum Laude Attending NYU in the heart of New York City, George is looking forward to terrific cultural experiences and plentiful internship opportunities. He selected NYU because of its rigorous curriculum and opportunities to engage, and he’s already looking forward to an invention group project this fall and a “hands on” engineering design course next spring. George is focused on mechanical engineering and entrepreneurship—no surprise considering his excellent contributions to Millbrook’s Engingeering Club and his very successful CES project involving the conversion of a gasoline truck to electric. George puts 110% effort into everything he does, and he feels that the perseverance that he learned and practiced here will carry him far. George credits Mr. Somerset Waters for challenging him, both in the classroom and out—through classwork in Advanced Physics and long hikes and other outdoor experiences, Mr. Waters always encouraged George and others to raise the bar and pursue their goals.

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Mansell Ambrose

Michael Cronin III

College attending: Sewanee University of the South

College attending: University of Richmond

Major or area of interest: education

Major or area of interest: undecided

Senior prizes: Community Service Cup, Photography Award

Senior prizes: Cum Laude

Recognized by the entire faculty for her dedication to the Millbrook community through service to others, it’s no surprise that Mansell wants to continue being an active member and integral part of a community in college. Sewanee University of the South is just the right size and offers a similar community feel, making Mansell feel right at home. She brings to Sewanee the confidence she gained at Millbrook and the assertiveness to take advantage of all that is available to her—from tutoring in the writing center to hiking in the beautiful surrounding area. Mansell is a go-getter who will someday make a fantastic teacher herself. She says she will model one of her favorite teachers, Ms. Kathy Havard, “because her enthusiasm for everything she taught us made me want to work harder and always helped me to better understand the topic.”

During his time at Millbrook, Michael was adept at the three R’s: reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic. His advisor, Drew Casertano, proposes that he was especially good at the three S’s: serious, skeptical, and scholarly. Known for being a serious student, Michael is curious, motivated, and always ready to engage in a good debate. He likes to question—“prove it,” “show me,” and “explain that” are all part of his intellectual repertoire. And though serious in attitude and effort, Michael will allow a wry smile, but only when the joke is nuanced and worthy. Michael is a budding scholar. He enjoys ideas; he likes to think; he appreciates the life of the mind. For these reasons and his excellent academic achievement, Michael earned Millbrook’s highest academic distinction and will surely succeed at the University of Richmond.

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1. Assistant Head of School Liz Morrison is proud of son Ben 2. A truly joyful occasion and a big smile for Alden Woolfood 3. Miss J congratulates Connor Elwell 4. Officially four Whalen family graduates: Kathryn ‘10, George ‘09, Caroline ‘14, and Sarah ‘06 5. Chris Holbrook ‘82 delivers the Commencement Address 6. Headmaster Casertano proudly awards the Community Service Cup to Mansell Ambrose 7. Lucy Papachristou delivers the VI Form Commencement Address 8. Smiles in the “cry line” 9. Lake Miller and Julia May receive the Sportsmanship Cup 10. Five Holbrook graduates gather before the commencement ceremony: Chris ‘82, Ali ‘12, Parker ‘14, Cameron ‘11, and Alice ‘82 11. Graduating boys don their Millbrook ties 12. Alumnae Eleanor Sednaoui ‘13 and Isabella Nugent ‘13 return to celebrate with graduating friends Alix Creel and Julia May 13. Caroline Whalen is named Summa Cum Laude

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Commencement 2014

An excerpt from a personal narrative by Lucy Papachristou ’14, winner of the English Writing Prize Bobby Fischer was my first teacher. I copied his famous games onto slips of paper and reenacted his finest moments, finding joy in his successes and despair at each exposure of weakness. The most influential matches I

Commencement 2014 Prizes: Congratulations to this year’s Prize Winners. Summa Cum Laude

Senior Arts Awards

Caroline Whalen

Caroline Whalen – Art History Ben Marr – Ceramics Christina Hughes – Dance Emily Hoffman – Drawing & Painting Shane Park – Instrumental Music Mansell Ambrose – Photography Miles Messinger, Billy Kelly – Theater Delaney Bailey – Theater Tech Delaney Bailey – Vocal

Community Service Cup Mansell Ambrose

committed to memory, going through their motions with hands a-flying.

Sportsmanship Cup

I held a secret that others did not even know existed. In some ways it is a

Julia May Lake Miller

collective memory that all lovers of chess share, an acknowledgement of another dimension in which only we—and I use that word with extreme humility and deference—can revel. When I look at a chessboard, I don’t see black and white squares. I see movement, combinations, crisscrossing and re-crossing, swinging from side

Peter Jon Wallace ’60 Commencement Prize Lucy Papachristou

Victoria Haschke Dustin Sloan

Four-Year Varsity Letter Winners Baki Bawa Ben Duhoski Ryan Harper Bria Horsley Trevor Leifer Ben Lucas Chloe Naese John Norfleet Maddie Panzer Melissa Sheeran Colin Stuart Caroline Whalen Evan Williams

English Writing Prize

anywhere at any time, its participants ranging from a champion snow-fort-

Frederick W. Knutson Trophy

Science Prize

builder to a medal-winning chemist. There need not be a goal in its practice;

Melissa Sheeran Brett Supinski

Dustin Sloan

to side, loop de looping, shooting across the wide, flat plain to slam down on the other side. The thirty-two pieces work in harmony, gathering momentum and conviction, trilling and retreating in contrasting forte and piano…. Chess is a web that pulled me in as its most willing prey…If I were to stop playing today, I do not think I would be clear of its snares. I am drawn to it because I cannot understand it. No matter how hard I try to understand, it baffles me, subverting my sense of worldly order despite the order it itself constructs. It is an act of learning. It tests my ability and demands that I improve, pushing me harder than I thought possible. … It can be done

the present holds all the currency a true scholar could ever need…I know that I will always be enthralled by that labyrinth of black and white squares. I have Bobby Fischer to thank.

Emily Keller-Coffey Lucy Papachristou

Sykes Mathematics Prize Alex Zhou

Frank W. Trevor Cup Laura Mezzanotte John Norfleet

Lucy Papachristou

Arianne Boisvert Julia May

Blaine History Essay Runners Up

Casey Murray

Charlotte Maguire, Julia May, Casey Murray, Ambie Nguyen, Caroline Whalen

Headmaster’s Merit Award

Cum Laude Induction

Duncan Harvey Bria Horsley

Delaney Bailey, Michael Cronin, George DeWitt, Victoria Haschke, Julia May, Charlotte Maguire, Ambie Nguyen, Lucy Papachristou, Dustin Sloan, Laurel Stine, Caroline Whalen, Alex Zhou

Gib Mitchell Caroline Whalen

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Clark Language Prize

Blaine History Essay Prize

Class of 1978 Award

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McSweeney Tour Guide Award

Roosevelt Prize

Photo by Brett Barry

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CES

The CES program (Culminating Experience for Seniors) challenges our VI form students to develop their intellectual independence in a

Delaney Bailey

Parachute A dancer, singer, and actor, Delaney was inspired to create a performance art piece entirely from scratch.

Her final CES presentation was a single choreographed musical piece that included a dance, that she danced, set to music that she sung, over instruments that were her own feet tapping! Deliciously original, Delaney overcame challenges that required technical mastery of vastly different skills: the editing of vocals and taps together, technical dance, elements of choreography, and vocal precision.

particular discipline and pursue ideas that have germinated and blossomed as a result of their experiences at Millbrook. At the beginning of their senior year, each senior submits to the relevant academic department an essential question he or she plans to investigate. Upon department approval, each student then spends a minimum of 15 hours researching, developing, and refining the project over the course of the year. Seniors are required to present their findings in a formal presentation to their peers and Millbrook faculty,

George DeWitt

No Engine, No Emissions, No Problem George began planning for his CES in his junior year. He purchased a truck, removed the engine and all gasoline and combustion-related components, and installed an electric motor and many batteries.

and a panel of faculty evaluators awards honors to those CES projects that were original, creative, and beyond the standard requirements. The largest percentage of honors presentations in the history of the CES program is represented on these four pages.

Mansell Ambrose

Grown Ups

Inspired by Brandon Stantons Humans of New York blog, Mansell spent months interviewing and photographing faculty and staff all over campus, asking them about a time in their life that contributed to their “growing up.”

Her goal: to tell a meaningful, and possibly revealing, story both through her photographs and through the words of her subjects. Mansell believes this project was the perfect culmination of her time at Millbrook, as faculty members here have helped her grow into the person she is today. Her portraits and interviews, which were framed and installed in the chapel, gave viewers a chance to learn more about the people they learn from or work with every day at school.

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With extensive help from his father and other local parts sellers and mechanics, George likely spent hundreds of hours on this project—well above the 15 hour minimum—and overcame numerous obstacles along the way. His presentation was engaging, accessible, well-rehearsed, informative, and interactive, as those in attendance looked under the hood and applauded his green truck in a red body.


Keiichiro Murata

Todesspiel

Keiichiro studied three Edgar Allan Poe short stories, and he identified key stylistic elements in them, which he then used to write his own creative short story.

Sheldon Freeman

The Murder of Emmett Till

Diego Márquez Todeschini

3 Horror Movies Diego created three short horror films that each explored a specific filmmaking technique.

He successfully used visuals, sound design, and narration to put the audience on the edge of their seats and even produce a few shrieks in the Chelsea Morrison Theater.

After finishing a unit on race and justice in his VI form English class, Sheldon decided to further investigate the details behind the murder of Emmett Till in Mississippi in 1955.

In his research paper and following presentation to the school, he discussed not only the facts of the case but also the national reaction that ensued and how coverage by black newspapers at the time generated much needed scrutiny on civil rights in Mississippi and across the country.

Christina Hughes

Pieces of a Dream Christina sought to discover if it was possible to cohesively combine six different technical dance genres into one working piece of choreography.

Taking notes in her choreography journal and exploring her bounds as a choreographer, she was met with the challenge of how to make varied movement (hip hop vs. ballet, for example) work together. By the end of her CES experience, Christina’s choreography journal alone was a piece of artwork full of thoughts, daydreams, inspirations, movement maps, photos and histories of dance greats who created similar projects. Her project earned honors based on its originality and thoroughness and her execution in front of a live audience, which demonstrated technical mastery and full production value in her consideration of lights, effects, costume, hair and makeup, music, additional casting, and more.

Katja Galli

Cien Años de Literatura Katja is an avid student of Spanish language, culture, and literature.

She applied that passion to her CES and explored 20th century literature in Argentina, making connections between this literature and Argentina’s economic highs and lows. Katja’s honors-earning presentation was made completely in Spanish.

Bria Horsley

The Talk with Your Host Bria’s vision was to create a news podcast about student life at Millbrook—athletics, activities, arts, and academics.

She showcased newsy segments interspersed with student interviews, filming and editing each segment using school equipment and skills she developed through tutorials in the Communications Office. She hoped her broadcasts could be beneficial and informative for anyone with a connection to Millbrook: a current student, a prospective student or alumni.

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Lucy Papachristou

I Like My Humor Sunny-Side Up Lucy compiled an “all-star” edition of her humor magazine, The Yolk. Wanting to go out with a bang, she thought what better way than giving some very funny people a forum for their talents.

According to Lucy, “The Yolk was an open mic night with a spotlight and a microphone for anyone who wanted to say something.” She learned two important things from running The Yolk. “The first was how incredibly funny some people were. The greatest feeling was getting a submission from some really quiet kid that turned out to be hilarious. Who knew? The second thing was how frustrating journalism can be, as a couple of days before every issue I was scrambling to fill empty spaces, going around to all the dorms and knocking on doors, sending frantic emails.” Lucy published 6 issues of The Yolk during her senior year.

Julia May

Moving Forward in a Backwards World Julia’s history CES was entitled Orton Gillingham and Early Childhood Education, and in her paper she argued that elementary schools are teaching reading in a fundamentally flawed way, and further that all students, but especially dyslexic kids, would benefit from a very simple change in the approach.

She advocated for the use of the Orton Gillingham Method of teaching reading. Her presentation during the CES fesitival demonstrated a remarkable command both of her material, as she investigated the subject with a combination of passion, humor, and rationality that called for the attention and respect of every member of the audience.

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Hoa “Ambie” Nguyen

Keep Calm and Recycle On Ambie’s goal was to create a model for the amount of plastic that ends up in landfills in the United States, and through her model she predicted the production rate of plastic waste over time and the amount of plastic waste present in landfills 10 years from today.

She mastered the subject, which was evident to all who saw her presentation, as she explained the problem through a clearly and confidently delivered presentation that included her mathematical calculations written without a script in the moment of her presentation.

John Norfleet

Great Blue Heron Camera Live Feed Born out of his interest in citizen science and conservation, John’s brainchild was to capture on camera the activities of a few of Millbrook’s Great Blue herons in their nest, 90-feet above the floor of the Trevor Zoo.

The result was a live video stream that captured the attention of thousands, nearby and around the world, as two herons, Heather and Hudson, mated, laid five eggs, and cared for the chicks until they fledged. John collaborated with the Trevor Zoo staff, local Millbrook friends, and alumnus Dan Cohen ’86 during this incredibly unique project that gained nationwide attention.


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Caroline Ronveaux

Blood Drive

Impressed by previous blood drives held at Millbrook, Caroline took on the the large task of planning and managing the spring blood drive this year.

She generated announcements and advertisements, signed up students and faculty, and hosted the Red Cross team the day of the drive. She did all of this in the most professional way, meeting deadlines, responding to questions, and ultimately generating near record-breaking results.

Dustin Sloan Daniel Pollis

More Than You Know Dan seemed to effortlessly put his love of photography and of Millbrook into his CES project, a project that grew from concepts he learned in Mr. Powers’ economics class.

The class was discussing brands and the reasons why people are eager to display a particular brand on an item of clothing, a car, a computer and so on. This discussion made him think about the other stories our possessions tell. He decided to explore this interest through photography and asked his peers to share objects that have a special significance in their lives. He paired these images with audio recordings of the stories that endear these objects to their owners and set the whole thing to a soundtrack by Dana Foote, class of 2013. His video presentation was an insightful and beautiful look into the deeper meaning behind each image.

Giulio Preti

2000 Years Later, A Lesson from Rome A one-year student at Millbrook, Guilio’s CES presentation was especially impressive since his first language is Italian, and he presented in English while reading passages in Latin.

His CES was a high-level extension of his passion for Latin, as he translated Vergil passages and then connected them to religion and social hierarchy in the modern world. Guilo’s CES was truly a scholarly presentation from start to finish.

A Cliff Hanger, 3D Animation Using self-taught 3D modeling and video editing computer software, Dustin created a humorous and thought-provoking 3D animated video of a cubicle worker who attempts to break free from his monotonous workplace.

The premise is a clever and funny daydream built around a character conceived and designed by Dustin, who regularly enjoys pushing technical and conceptual limits in his arts projects. While Dustin studied ceramics at Millbrook, this animation project relied on skills he perfected on digital platforms in graphics work at the Trevor Zoo.

Laurel Stine

Red Crocahogs & Other Imaginary Animals A stalwart supporter of Millbrook’s environmental efforts and a 4-year zooie and zoo curator, Laurel’s CES was the perfect expression of her passions.

She began by exploring different animal species that she believes have a good chance of long-term survival in today’s world. Her goal: to create her own species by selectively mixing together strongest qualities from each of these animals. In-depth research about the habits, constitutions, and biological diversity of each animal was a large part of her project, and ultimately she created her own new species, reclassified them, and drew dictionary-style images of what they would look like. Her CES presentation concluded how genetically right these animals would be for our future planet.

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Facilities

West Dormitory On Friday, October 3rd the community gathered in West Hall’s main lobby to officially celebrate the opening of our newest dormitory. Although Millbrook became co-educational in 1971, West Hall is the first dormitory on campus that was built specifically to house our female students.

This magnificent new dormitory, located between Burton Hall and the Mills Athletic Center and just to the west of the chapel, houses 44 boarding students and 24 day students and includes 4 faculty residences. Accommodations include spacious mud rooms, a modern kitchen for student use, a “phone booth” for private and emergency calls, washers and dryers in each bathroom, and much more. West Hall was constructed to the highest environmental standards, as are all new building projects on campus, with a ground coupled heat source system, passive house standards for insulation, recycled materials, bamboo floors, and local sourcing for a variety of building materials. Millbrook’s campus continues to develop in ways that are consistent with our mission and support our ambition to enroll just over 300 students. The construction of West Hall greatly supports this growth.

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Solar Installation Our mission of environmental stewardship has led us to boldly commit to reaching carbon neutrality by 2020, and the construction of our solar photovoltaic power field is a powerful step in that direction. Once connected to the electric grid (January of 2015), we will be able to lower our greenhouse gas emissions by 30%—a huge step towards carbon neutrality. Construction of the 7-acre solar field with 5,852 panels was completed this summer and will be able to produce 2.2 million kWh/year. Beginning in 2015, we expect that Millbrook will be spending at least $30-40,000 less for its electricity each year due to a 20-year power purchase agreement that will lock in our electric rates. In addition to the environmental and savings benefits, the solar installation will be an additional educational resource for our students. One VI former enrolled in our new Independent Research seminar is already analyzing how solar energy will actually be produced by our system and the many benefits Millbrook will reap. He will present his findings to the school community in the spring.

Climate Change Exhibit Millbrook’s new Climate Change Exhibit opened in the main hall of the Jonathan ’65 and Jane Meigs Education Center at the Trevor Zoo just in time for Alumni Weekend in June. Jono and Jane led the charge on this beautifully designed educational project, and at the opening they explained the process of creating the many informational panels, demonstrated the centerpiece of the exhibit (a fully interactive and customizable iGlobe), and encouraged the audience to approach the complex issue of climate change with an open mind. The Climate Change Exhibit was made possible through the generosity of the Richards family (Tim ’76, Janet, and Sam ’11), and they were thrilled to celebrate the opening along with other stalwart supporters of the Trevor Zoo including Brad Mills ’44, Dr. Tom Lovejoy ’59, and former headmaster Don Abbott ’59.

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Faculty Milestones: Bob Anthony ’65 40 YEARS Bob Anthony is truly Mr. Millbrook. He has been and continues to be the second longest tenured faculty member in Millbrook’s history. A student under the founding headmaster, he has served four of the six who have lead the school. Bob is truly “the tie that binds”, the person who connects all Millbrook generations and who is universally admired for his extraordinary commitment to the school and his exceptional efforts to move it forward. He is truly “conservatively progressive.” When awarding the Millbrook Medal at Alumni Weekend in June, Bob proclaimed that Bill Crossman bleeds Millbrook blue. Well, “Bob bleeds Millbrook blue, and he turns it into Millbrook green,” which is a gift to his beloved school and to us all.

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Todd Feitelson 30 YEARS • Kenan Chair of Excellence in Teaching, Xavier Prum Instructor in Physics and Mathematics • Loves fractals and chaos theory and works them into the curriculum wherever he can • Awarded a sabbatical for the 2013-2014 school year; spent that time teaching at Nightingale-Bamford School in New York City • Long-time math department chair; handed the reins over to Martha Clizbe in 2012 • Father of two Millbrook graduates: Jonah, class of 2011, and Emma, class of 2013. Met and married his wife, Dean of Faculty Katherine Havard, at Millbrook • As the boys jv hockey coach, his famous locker room quote - “It’s a 1-goal game going into the 3rd period-it doesn’t get any better than this.”

Walker Zeiser 20 YEARS • Kenan Chair of Excellence in Teaching • Awarded a sabbatical in 2009-2010; spent his sabbatical year in Maine, reading, writing, and reflecting, time dedicated to the “nourishment of the soul.” • Long-time English department chair; handed over the reins to Erin Downs in 2014 • Father of two Millbrook graduates: John, class of 2001, and Zandy, class of 2003. Married to Cathy Zeiser, Millbrook’s archivist • A scholar of the ‘60’s, he loves teaching literature that speaks to young people and playing devil’s advocate in the classroom • A skilled director of many fall plays, he is also a talented thesbian in his own right, known for his deeply resonant voice

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Trustees

Board of T ru st e e s N e w s We welcome our two newest members to the Board of Trustees, as we extend our deep appreciation and sincerest thanks to departing members, Cynthia Gray P’07, ’11 and Bradley Reifler P’08 ’10, ’14.

Morgan Conrad ’99 appointed May 2014

Following his graduation from Millbrook, Mr. Conrad went on to Denison University, where he earned his BA in Economics. He began his career in finance as an analyst for John A. Levine & Co. before moving on to CIBC World Markets in New York City as an analyst in the Leverage Finance & Capital Markets groups. In 2008 Morgan became vice president at Atlantic Street Capital, a distressed and special situations focused private equity fund. There he focused on modeling and financial diligence and, later on, company growth or turnaround on a case-by-case basis. In 2011 he founded Morgan Investment Co., which is a holding company for the private companies in which he invests—predominantly lower middle market and entrepreneurially built. As a side project, he works with a number of former Millbrook classmates, advising them on acquisition, financing, management, and other general business matters. Morgan travels a great deal for business and for pleasure, and has been travelling back to campus more frequently recently for board of trustees meetings.

Lisa Selz P ’12, ’17 appointed October 2014

Mrs. Selz has been part of the Millbrook community since 2008 when her son, Alexander, began as a III former. Alexander ’12 is now a junior at New York University crafting his own major in engineering, design, and math. Younger son Andre joined Millbrook this fall as a IVth former. Mrs. Selz grew up in Mt. Kisco, NY and attended Bedford Rippowam-Cisqua School, Ethel Walker School and Goucher College, where she received a BA in Latin. Having worked in banking and retail in NYC for twenty years, she now serves on several boards including her alma maters as well as Allen Stevenson School, LaGuardia Community College, and the Nature Conservancy of New York. She and her husband Bernard live in New York City. Mrs. Selz has just begun her committee work at Millbrook and serves on the Student Life and Development Committees. In her new capacity as a board member she is excited to serve the school—the students, the faculty, and the administration—and contribute to the important decisions that will keep Millbrook on its current trajectory. As a parent of both an alumnus and a current student, she is particularly keen on attracting and retaining the best faculty, who make the experience as good as it possibly can be for our students.

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Thank You A heartfelt thank you to the Millbrook class agents for making the 2013-14 Annual Fund the most successful campaign in Millbrook’s history. Your ongoing dedication to the class agent role is greatly appreciated as it so importantly serves to support and shape the Millbrook community today.

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William Porter ’41

Thomas Cox ’62

Shelley Townsend Graham ’76

A. Geoffrey Wells ’84

Peter Richards ’44

John Fanton ’63

Timothy Richards ’76

D. Seth Williams ’84

David Babbott ’45

Ralph Poole ’64

Robert Sanford ’77

Jean Kindred Wilmerding ’85

Peter Moore ’47

Kenneth Brown ’65

Thomas Tortolani ’78

Todd Kingsbury ’86

Stephen Waterbury ’49

Charles Rutter ’66

Christopher Willis ’78

Diana Dyer Knoblauch ’86

Daniel Lindley ’51

John Field Reichardt ’67

Aileen Tellerday Finch ’79

Megan Fitzgerald Crossman ’87

John Webber ’52

Philip Ross ’68

Craig Seward ’79

Vanessa Cutler McGarry ’87

Paul Ratner ’53

Dudley Bahlman ’71

Virginia LaPrade ’80

Charlotte Carroll Tracy ’88

Peter Savage ’57

Alexander Podmaniczky ’72

Julia Silzer ’80

Robert Brevetti ’89

John Knutson ’58

Carey Birmingham ’73

Elizabeth Kaiser Yuodsnukis ’81

Sarah Stanton ’89

Samuel Bell ’59

Heather Marshall Lyons ’74

Landon Wickham ’82

Daniel Noone ’90

Thomas Reed ’60

Marion DeWitt Cook ’75

Robert Latimer ’83

Sarah Calabrese ’91

Christopher Lovell ’61

Cornelius Raiford ’75

Bentley Frost Hardwick ’84

Stephanie Stiehm ’91

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Save the date Macrae Sykes ’91

J’Nelle Agee ’06

Laura Hodgkins Capra ’92

Alison Blanksteen ’06

Harold Chang ’92

Alexander Bolesta ’06

Robert Otter ’93

Andrew Cochran ’06

Justin Riedell ’94

Dante Gabiati ’06

Sara Place Krauss ’95

Jonathan Silver ’06

Anne Putnam ’95

Arthur Anthony ’07

Sibyl Fenwick Greenwood ’96

Olivia Audia ’07

Katherine Schoonmaker Jenkins ’96

Skye Flanigan ’07

John Choate ’97

Lacy Kelly ’07

Timothy Healy ’97 Matthew Marsallo ’98 Andrea Tehan Carnes ’99 Morgan Conrad ’99 Marko Guzijan ’99 Michael Tredenick ’99 Abigail Malin ’00 Julia McLaughlin ’00 Deborah Muller Fisher ’01 James Bennett ’02 Molly Ogden ’02 Jonathan Blanksteen ’03 Eliza Cantlay ’03

Alex Marino ’07 Nicholas Weaver ’07 Magdelaine Anthony ’08 Christopher Bennett ’08

Alumni Reunion Weekend June 5-7, 2015 Join classmates, fellow alumni, and other members of the Millbrook family to celebrate Millbrook’s Alumni Weekend 2015.

Hannah Madsen ’08 Kelsey Reifler ’08 Emily Collins ’09 Amanda Goddard ’09 Evan Haney ’09 Mariah Lavitt ’10 Tate Lavitt ’10 William Livermore ’10

Alexander Myers ’03

Sarah Anthony ’12

Brian Pecchia ’03

Elizabeth Chapman ’12

Jennifer Yee ’03

Aldin Medunjanin ’12

Katrina Cox ’04

Pai Kang ’13

Stratton Hatfield ’04

Zachary Keller-Coffey ’13

Katherine Stellato ’04

Sam Lawson-Johnston ’13

Jerilyn Hale ’05

Elizabeth Lowe ’13

Shelton Lindsay ’05

Joseph Menniti ’13

Carlyle McWilliams ’05

Emma Merrill ’13

Sarah Thaler ’05

Madison Schmalz ’13

For questions about the weekend’s events or help with planning your trip to campus, please contact Director of the Annual Fund and Alumni/Constituent Relations Cindy S. McWilliams at (845) 677-8261 x 103 or cmcwilliams@millbrook.org.

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Leadership Donors HEADMASTER’S CIRCLE

The Howard Bayne Fund

Donor Levels $50,000 and up

Ms. Gretchen Biggs

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Clark

The Assael Foundation Mr. Daniele D. Bodini, Trustee of the Alexander Bodini Foundation Mr. Francisco L. Borges 1970 Mr. Lawrence Creel Mrs. Lucy P. Cutting

Mr. and Mrs. Farnham F. Collins Mr. Jean-Pierre L. Conte Jean-Pierre Conte Revocable Trust The William H. Donner Foundation, Inc. Elisha-Bolton Foundation

Dyson Foundation

Roger S. Firestone Foundation

Robert R. Dyson

Mrs. Cynthia Chace Gray

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund The Alice Busch Gronewaldt Foundation, Inc. Half Moon Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Frederic C. Hamilton The Hettinger Foundation Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hettinger Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Holbrook Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Holbrook

Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. Lawson-Johnston, II Mr. Martin W. Lynn 1972 Mrs. Blair Collins Maus 1988

Mr. Antonio Marquez and Ms. Manuela Todeschini

Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program

Chauncey and Marion Deering McCormick Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Vit

Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Milbank III

Mr. and Mrs. James E. Walker III

Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. du P. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Solomon 1961 The George A. Strba Charitable Trust Thornedge Foundation Mrs. Charlotte Carroll Tracy 1988 Virginia S. Warner Foundation Inc. Ms. Virginia Warner Mr. Michael B. Wray 1953

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. May III Mr. Bradford Mills 1944

HONOR ROLL

Mills Foundation, Inc.

Donor Levels $10,000 and up

New York State Dept. of Parks & Recreation

Anonymous Aon Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Koenigsberger

Mr. Nicholas Roosevelt 1980

Mrs. Christina Lang

Mr. Gilbert P. Schafer III 1980

Dr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Lindley, Jr.

Mrs. Constantine Sidamon-Eristoff

Mr. Morgan C. Conrad 1999

The Frederick & Patricia Supper Foundation Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Downes

Mrs. Josephine P. Louis Josephine P. & John J. Louis Foundation Mr. Hampton S. Lynch III 1969 Mr. and Mrs. William L. Menard Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Merrill Millbrook Tribute Garden, Inc. My Good Fund Trust Mrs. George W. Perkins, Jr.

Ms. Caroline A. Wamsler, PhD 1987 Mr. Alexander B. Wattles Mr. and Mrs. Gurdon Wattles WLC and SBC Family Foundation Mr. David B. Wray 1948

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Selz The Selz Foundation Mrs. Jennifer P. Speers Carol A. Stockwell Trust Mr. Richard A. Stuckey, Jr. The Walbridge Fund, Ltd. Wells Fargo Advisors. LLC. Mr. C. Dana White 1960

Ms. Darla J. Buffa and Mr. David Donahey Lucy P. Cutting Revocable Trust Mrs. Melissa S. Fleming 1981 Mr. Meyer Frucher

Ms. Barbara Vogt Kugler Dr. Michael D. Walker 1950 Mr. Sheng Peng Wei and Ms. Liu Li Mr. and Mrs. Mark Westcott Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Woolford Mr. Yufeng Xiao and Ms. Jiaqing Wu

NON SIBI SED CUNCTIS ASSOCIATES Donor Levels $5,000 and up Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Ainbinder Mr. and Mrs. Morten Arntzen Mr. Charles P. Berkey 1969 Peter Berkey Foundation Mr. John A. Berkey IV 1991 Mrs. Judith Biggs The Bluebell Foundation Mrs. Sabrina A. Bluestone 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Bontecou Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Bromberg

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Gottwald

Mr. Kenneth S. Brown, Jr. 1965

Hedberg Foundation, Inc.

The Buchanan Family Foundation

Dr. and Mrs. Peter E. Jackson

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. Carr

The Peter and Judy Jackson Family Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Drew J. Casertano

Mr. John R. Jagar 2000

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cavanaugh

TAMARACK SOCIETY

Milbank Foundation for Rehabilitation

Mr. A. Mark Connelly, Jr.

Donor Levels $15,000 and up

Mr. Burnham Moffat 1944

Mr. and Mrs. Shane Coppola

Dr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Moore

Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cronin II

Anonymous

Ms. Lay Mui Lily Ng

Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Filler

Andreas Foundation

William J. & Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation

Mr. John V. Frank 1956

Mr. and Mrs. Stewart B. Putney

Mr. Donald C. Fresne

Central New York Community Foundation, Inc.

John V. Frank Trust

The Chrysopolae Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Reifler

FOUNDER’S CLUB

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Crossman

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ribera

Donor Levels $25,000 and up

Ms. Anne B. Detwiler

Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Rosenberg

Mr. Bernard Drury

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Stafford

Anonymous

Mr. and Mrs. David D. Holbrook

Ms. Marguerite W. Sullivan

The Frederic C. Hamilton Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Colin T. Ambrose

Mr. Tae Jung Kim and Ms. Mee Ok Choi

Mr.and Mrs. Richard L. Turnure

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Hathaway

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Leadership Donors Hathaway Family Foundation

Stanley Family Fund of the Community Foundation of New Jersey

Mr. Andrew B. Hoffman and Ms. Alexandra T. Bates

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Austrian

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hubbard Mr. Gyo Joon Hwang 2013

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Stroud

IBM Corporation

Ms. Kristin A. Tang 1988

Mr. Edward R. Isler and Dr. Jane M. Love

The Bank of America

Mr. Yong Moon Hwang and Ms. Jieun Kim If We Ever Foundation Dr. Joshua S. Jaffe and Dr. Katherine P. Holden Mrs. Holly G. Holbrook Mrs. Sandra Holbrook James 1986 SC Johnson Fund, Inc. Mr. Robert W. Johnson IV 1965 The Robert W. Johnson IV Charitable Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tenenbaum The Oakleigh L. Thorne Fund Mr. Oakleigh Thorne Mr. Oakleigh B. Thorne Ms. Caroline W. Treadwell 1990 Dr. Austin Wand M.D. 1964 Mr. Xingguo Wang and Ms. June Lin Mr. Brian S. Waterman Ms. Marci Waterman

Mr. Burton Kassell

Mr. and Mrs. George T. Whalen III

Kassell Family Foundation of the Jewish Communal Fund

Whitfield Farm Mr. Laurence M. Wintersteen 1988

Kirchhoff Construction Management, Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Yalof

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Kirchhoff Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Mariani Mr. Robert McLean II 1972

Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Yee Mr. Jian Ping Yu and Ms. Bing Xu

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mosheim

DEAN’S LIST

Mr. and Mrs. Shun-ichi Murata Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Norfleet

Donor Levels $2,500 and up

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Henderson

Anonymous

Mr. Douglas A. Peckham and Ms. Dipika Rai

Ms. Linda L. Adeson

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Powers

James Ford Bell Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Reilly, Sr. Mr. Peter M. Richards 1944 Mr. and Mrs. John N. Richardson, Jr. Mr. John H. Roach and Ms. Charlotte Harris Sand Dollar Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmaltz Mr. Phillip Shatz and Mrs. Carolynn Davies-Shatz Mr. and Mrs. A. Gary Shilling The Shilling Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Keiter Mr. Stuart S. Lovejoy 1973 Mr. and Mrs. John G. MacKenzie Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. McCartney Mr. and Mrs. Alan I. Menken Alan & Janis Menken Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Mills

The Autumn Ridge Foundation

Mr. R. Stuyvesant Pierrepont III 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Purse Ms. Anne B. Putnam 1995 Ms. Karen Reilly Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Sanford Mr. and Ms. Douglas E. Schimmel Ms. Michele C. Schimmel Mr. Ralph Schmidt and Ms. Susan Babcock Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schneible The Charles Schwab Foundation

Mr. Dolph C. Simons III 1976

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Brasser

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. W. Sinclair

Mr. Trevor L. Colhoun 1995 Mr. Joseph B. Commisso 2000

Mr. Vincent Yiu Lun Tam and Ms. Catherine Mui Ying Ng Mr. Enos T. Throop, Jr. 1961 George T. Whalen, Jr. Foundation, Inc. Mr. Francis W. White 1973

Mr. and Mrs. Roberto D’Avola Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. M. Evarts Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Goichman

Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Bergen Mr. Haifeng Bi and Ms. Xiaoli Guo Dr. Richard O. Bierregaard, Jr. 1969 Mr. Norman B. Bird 1969 Mrs. Shirley H. Bird

Mr. Peter C. Blenk 1964

Ms. Marlene Paltrow and Mr. Christopher Hill

BNY Mellon

Mr. C. F. Childs 1962

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Ohaus

Mr. Samuel H. Bell, Jr. 1959

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt

Mr. Dell Battler 1956

Mr. Andrè S. Bishop and Mr. Peter J. Manning

Dr. Samuel Selesnick and Ms. Alexandra Kent

Mr. Robert L. Brevetti 1989

Mrs. William Barnes III

The New York Community Trust

Mrs. Sarah A. Sailer

Mr. William B. McNamara 1975

Mr. Alexander Reese 1971

Mr. and Mrs. Seth Kanegis

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Bailey

BMR Ventures, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Sion A. Boney, III Miss Winston D. Boney 2012 Mr. and Mrs. William Bradley Mrs. Jean Bray Mr. and Mrs. John F. Buckley, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Burdis Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas R. Burke Mr. David J. Callard Ms. Sara Chen Mrs. Claudia Cooper Church 1987 Mr. William Clarke 1974 Mr. Daniel S. Cohen 1986 Ms. Kathryn K. Cohen Mrs. Kelly Macaluso Coles 1986 Mr. Charles H. Collins and Ms. Anne C. Childs Dr. William W. Colman and Dr. Jenny M. Colman Mr. Christopher J. Connelly 2003 Ms. Martha Ehmann Conte Mr. James A. Currie, Jr. 1960 Mr. John Dalsheim 1983 Mrs. Laurence Dawson

BLUE AND GRAY TEAM

Mr. and Mrs. Willem F. P. de Vogel Mr. William Dietrich Mr. John C. Doremus 1984

Mr. Stephen E. Shilling 1986

Mr. Charles D. Hahn 1974

Donor Levels $1,000 and up

Mrs. Laurie Oelbaum Sommer 1983

Hahn Family Foundation

Anonymous

The Margaret L. Drugovich Trust

Mr. and Mrs. Marc Spector

Mr. and Mrs. Finley T. Harckham

Ms. Sumaya Abu-Haidar 1989

Mr. Paul D. Dunk 1991

Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Stanley

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Harvey

Mr. and Mrs. August P. Asman

Mr. Drew W. Effron 1983

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Leadership Donors Mr. and Mrs. Ian C. Elwell

Dr. Richard W. Hyde 1947

Mr. Teodoro Moscoso 1989

Mr. Simon Sidamon-Eristoff 1976

Mr. John L. Fanton 1963

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simons

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Farrell, Jr.

Ms. Joan M. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Simons

Mr. Jianlin Feng and Ms. Yue Chen

Mr. Ross Jones 1961

Grace Badger Murphy of the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut

Fenimore Asset Management, Inc.

Mr. Bruce Karatz

Mr. Lars E. Murray 1982

Bruce Karatz Family Foundation

Mr. John W. Myers 1972

Sloan Architects, P.C.

Mr. and Mrs. Massimo Ferragamo

Mr. Theodore S. Karatz 1996

Mr. Christopher Naese and Ms. Yvonne Naese

Ms. Shelly Ferrall and Mr. Hal L. Petri Fiduciary Trust Company Mr. and Mrs. Larsen H. Flinn

Donald M. Karp and Margery Lesink Karp Foundation

Mr. Nelson Nazario, Jr. 1966

Mr. Alexander Keeler 1961

Ms. Elizabeth L. Ogden 2006

Keeler Motor Car Company

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T. Ogilvie-Thompson

Ms. Molly Harithas Kemp 1985

Mr. Vernon L. Pack 1943

Mrs. Christina C. Frega

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Knutson

Ms. Barbara Gatski and Mr. John McMullan

Mr. Steven A. Kroll 1965

Mr. Chul Woo Park and Ms. Eun Young Hwang

Lazard Capital Markets, LLC

Mr. John A. Payne 1960

Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Levine

Mr. William H. Peck III 1964

Mr. William G. Levy 1966

Mr. E. N. Peterson, Jr. 1949

Ms. Heidi Locke Simon

Mr. and Mrs. John Pfeffer

Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy 1959

Mr. Thomas B. Pfeffer

Dr. Christopher W. Lovell 1961

Pfeffer Beach Foundation, Inc.

Mr. Frederick K. Lowell 1967

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Pilkington

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Flood Mr. Leo Flotron and Ms. Constance Gardner

Mrs. Brigitte Gerney The Gerney Family Foundation Mr. Steven W. Giner 1987 The Grabe Family Foundation, Inc. Ms. Laura S. Grabe 1995 Mr. Richard C. Granville 1960 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Gray Mr. Richard S. Griffith 1973 Mr. Wei Guan and Ms. Lijun Zhang The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Mr. Xi Guo and Ms. Hong Wang Mr. and Mrs. Crawford M. Hamilton, Sr. Ms. Georgina Hancock and Mr. Richard L. Franyo Mr. Keith W. Harrington 1975 Mrs. Henry F. Harris Mr. D. Andrew Hart 1975 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hefter Hillsdale Fund, Inc. Dr. Henry H. Hood, Jr. 1957 Ms. Jennifer Horsley Mr. John S. Howard 1951 Mr. Alan Hruska Mr. Bruce B. Huber 1947

Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. Luchars Dr. and Mrs. George J. Magovern, Jr. George J. Magovern, Jr. and Jamie H. Magovern Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Maguire, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Manny Marble Fund Marsh & McLennan, Inc. Colonel Douglas A. Marshall, USAF(Ret.) 1972 Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Mauri Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. McEvoy Mr. Nelson S. Mead, Jr. 1974 The Nelson Mead Fund Ms. Alicia H. Metz 1983 Mr. John J. Mezzanotte Mid Shore Community Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Moir

Ms. Sarah S. Podmaniczky 2004 Mr. Ralph H. Poole III 1964 Mr. Christopher S. Pope 1971 Mr. Eric Press Dr. Massimo Preti and Ms. Galina Davydova The Thomas L. & Eileen K-S Pulling Fund Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Pulling Dr. Julian A. Reed 1992 Mr. John R. Reese 1961 Ms. Kristyn E. Reid 1974 Mr. Justin H. Riedell 1994 Mr. Steven D. Riggs 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Carl U. J. Rossetti Carl U.J. Rossetti Rev Trust Mr. and Mrs. George J. Sayan

Skidmore Road Account Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sloan Mr. Jeffrey P. Small 1959 The Small Foundation Social Visionary Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Spector Mr. and Mrs. William W. Stahl, Jr. Stanley Black & Decker, Inc. Ms. Elizabeth P. Steele and Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich Mr. Edward R. Stehle Dr. William B. Stine and Dr. Christy D. Stine Mrs. Pike H. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Summers Mr. Macrae Sykes II 1991 Mr. Dennis J. Symonaitis 1963 Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey G. Thatcher The Marion and Willem de Vogel Foundation Ms. Eliza Thorne 1995 Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Timpson, Jr. Mr. Stephen C. Twining 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Shelton C. Voges, Jr. Mr. David D. Wakefield, Jr. 1978 Wakefield Family Fund Mr. H. Scott Wallace 1969 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Warner III Mr. Nicholas H. Warner 1969 The Warner Family Foundation Mrs. Jane F. Waters Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Westermann

Mr. Lawrence C. Schmidlapp 1963

Mr. Harold T. White III 1966

Mr. Mayo Schreiber 1950

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Whitridge, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett O. Seaborn III

Mr. and Mrs. Russell O. Wiese

Ambassador Raymond G. Seitz 1959

Dr. Mansfield W. Williams, Jr. 1969 Mr. Jun Yin Zhai and Ms. Hua Lin Xu

Mr. Hans A. Huber 1952

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Morency

Ms. Claire E. Hudson 2001

Morgan Stanley

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hughes

Mr. Nicholas S. Morley 2013

Mr. Alexander G. Selz 2012

Mr. Ju Myung Hwang and Ms. Tae Wan Chung

Christopher & Melissa Morley Private Family Foundation

Mr. Phillip J. Shatz

Mr. Jun Zhang and Ms. Bei Zhu

Mr. Herbert L. Shultz, Jr. 1963

Mr. and Mrs. Loukas Zoumas

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Alumni Donors Class of 1940 (43%) James L. Buckley

Bradford Mills*

de Benneville Keim Seeley, Jr.*

John B. Webber*

Burnham Moffat*

Oakleigh Thorne II*

Michael P. Winn*

Class of 1948 (43%)

Class of 1953 (53%)

Peter M. Richards*

Day Lee* David Remer, Jr.

Class of 1945 (67%)

George C. Denby

Paul Ratner, Agent

Class of 1941 (60%)

David Babbott, Agent

John G. Palache, Jr.*

Malcolm B. Barlow

William H. Porter, Jr., Agent

David Babbott*

David B. Wray*

Farnham F. Collins*

Edward F. Babbott*

Frederic C. Hamilton

Howard A. Levy*

Peter S. Herman*

Class of 1949 (33%)

W. Robert Mendes*

William H. Porter, Jr.*

Donald K. Luke*

Stephen W. Waterbury, Jr. , Agent

Paul Ratner*

Phillips H. Payson*

Donald O. Stover*

Class of 1942 (50%)

Class of 1946 (57%)

E. N. Peterson, Jr.*

John W. Barnum*

Gurdon B. Wattles

Frederick B. Smith*

George Blow*

Michael B. Wray*

Albert R. Vanderbilt*

George R. Wallis*

Aubrey D. Hutcheson, Jr.*

Stephen W. Waterbury, Jr.*

Class of 1943 (33%)

John G. MacKenzie*

Robert P. Patterson, Jr.*

Karl Connell, Jr.

Class of 1954 (44%) Everest D. Haight, Jr.

Class of 1950 (38%)

Philip V. Rogers*

Class of 1947 (100%)

George E. Chisholm II *

John N. Stearns

Class of 1944 (75%)

Peter L. Moore, Agent

Austin C. Flint

Thomas P. Straus*

Peter M. Richards, Agent

Bruce B. Huber*

William H. Jackson

Richard W. Hyde*

Julian M. Strauss*

Julian P. Padowicz

Peter L. Moore*

Derek B. Van Dusen*

Peter Robinson*

Homer McK. Rees*

Stephen F. Williams*

Mayo Schreiber*

Vernon L. Pack*

Jesse M. Bontecou* Hoyt Ecker* David Hayes

Callard House Cup Class of 2003

Given to the class with the most donors.

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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Michael D. Walker*

Class of 1955 (83%)

Robert H. Workum

William B. Allan Edward S. Hessberg*

Class of 1951 (38%)

Gray Z. Holbrook*

Daniel A. Lindley, Jr. , Agent

Jackson McLaughlin*

Andrew G. Carey, Jr.

Peter G. Miller*

Richard W. Darrell *

C. Hooker O’Malley*

John S. Howard*

John W. Sanford III*

Thomas C. Jones III

Theodore S. Smith, Jr.*

Daniel A. Lindley, Jr.*

Porter H. Sutro*

John S. Parke*

Peter Workum, Jr.

Class of 1952 (59%)

Class of 1956 (47%)

John B. Webber, Agent

Dell Battler

Everett E. Briggs*

David Bushnell

Fergus Cochran

Russell D. Butcher

Dennis G. Collins*

John D. Esseks*

Serge M. Fedoroff*

John V. Frank*

Paul B. Hood*

David D. Holbrook*

Hans A. Huber*

Martin V. B. Morris*

Laurence G. Pathy*

Charles W. Parsons

Sherman Peale

Sumner A. Webber*

H. Hugh Van Dusen*

C. Wendell Wickersham III*


Class of 1957 (69%) Peter V. Savage, Agent Paul L. Abbott* Charles H. Boynton* Frederick P. Gardiner* Henry H. Hood, Jr.* Allen S. Hubbard III* Peter V. Savage Andrew R. Supplee* J. Eugene Talley Jeremiah B. Tasker* Bryson H. Thompson* John A. Woodcock*

Class of 1958 (57%) John F. Knutson, Agent David G. Alexander* J. Ripley Allen* George D. Carey* B. William Dudley* Charles C. Evans, Jr.* Charles N. Granville III Huson R. Gregory* Peter E. Jackson* John F. Knutson* Rutherford H. Platt* D. Hunt Stockwell, Jr.* Cummings V. Zuill, Jr.*

Class of 1959 (66%) Samuel H. Bell, Jr., Agent Donald B. Abbott* Robert W. Artinian* Gordon S. Auchincloss* Samuel H. Bell, Jr.* John L. Bolane* James W. Cochran* John D. Crane* Campbell M. Davis* Peter C. Lewis* Thomas E. Lovejoy*

Peter J. Stambrook* Albert R. Trezza* Stephen C. Twining*

Class of 1960 (79%) Thomas A. Reed, Agent Alan H. Anderson, Jr. Harding F. Bancroft, Jr.* James A. Currie, Jr.* Hugh N. Dyer III* David F. Eberhart Lawrence C. Eppenbach* Richard C. Granville* John N. Knight John A. Payne* Frank W. Pine* Thomas A. Reed* Tweed Roosevelt* Woodruff L. Tuttle* C. Dana White* William J. Woodcock*

Class of 1961 (61%) Christopher W. Lovell, Agent George E. Clausen Eric T. Dodge John K. Exter Henry H. Frothingham, Jr. Creighton R. Hooker Francis Hopkinson, Jr.* Ross Jones* Alexander Keeler* A. John Klein A. Richard Lamb III* Christopher W. Lovell* Seth W. Morton* John R. Reese* Carl J. Schmidlapp III* Paul M. Solomon* Enos T. Throop, Jr.* Resolvert W. Williams

Christopher Hargrove* David F. Kaufholz* Douglas M. Moore* Griffin W. Okie* Platt B. Staunton* Michael Straight*

Thomas Doelger* Reed Erskine* Peter M. Holbrook* Mark Hopkinson Robert W. Johnson IV* Eric G. Kocher

Class of 1963 (44%)

Steven A. Kroll*

John L. Fanton, Agent

Jonathan Meigs*

Robert D. Bethke Frederick W. Brickenkamp* Michael A. Dunlaevy* James F. Estes* John L. Fanton* George A. Hambrecht* Robert D. Jenks* Peter W. Mills* Peter Morrison* Benjamin B. Pomeroy Lawrence C. Schmidlapp Herbert L. Shultz, Jr.* Robert J. Stein* Dennis J. Symonaitis

Joseph D. Quinn III

Class of 1964 (42%) Ralph H. Poole III, Agent Peter C. Blenk William N. Cumming* Donald M. Kerr William H. Localio* Christopher H. McLaughlin Peter M. Orrick William H. Peck III* Raymond S. Pfeiffer* Ralph H. Poole III* Steven D. Riggs Neil L. Shapiro* John B. Tieder, Jr. Austin Wand* Stephen N. Wikstrom

Class of 1965 (41%)

Vaso Medigovich*

George N. Cowen, Jr.*

Peter W. Smith* Michael G. Thompson

Class of 1966 (44%) Charles S. Rutter, Agent Ronald J. Artinian Bruce H. Bromberg* Henry B. Chapin Douglas M. Curtiss Richard K. Delano* Douglas Emerick* David W. Fentress* William G. Levy* Michael Morency* Nelson Nazario, Jr. Richard G. Poole, Jr.* Constantine P. Ralli Charles S. Rutter* Edward L. Smyth Harold T. White III*

Class of 1967 (24%) John Field Reichardt, Agent Perry S. Boynton* Thomas N. Innes* James P. Laubenstein* Frederick K. Lowell* John Field Reichardt* Ronald B. Russo Michael R. Wayne* George A. Zara*

Charles G. Proctor

Class of 1962 (36%)

Kenneth S. Brown, Jr., Agent

John B. Ramsay III*

Thomas S. Cox, Agent

Robert W. Anthony

W. B. Ruthrauff*

C. F. Childs*

William M. Bethke*

Philip L. Ross, Agent

Raymond G. Seitz

Thomas S. Cox*

Kenneth S. Brown, Jr.*

Wentworth D. Boynton, Jr.

Jeffrey P. Small*

Peter H. Dunn*

Dudley H. Clark*

Theodore S. Chapin*

Class of 1968 (41%)

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Alumni Donors Dorian Dale* William E. Jessup Vernon C. Manley Peter W. Post Philip L. Ross* Alain R. Singer, Jr.* Brian D. Sisselman* Mark D. Smith* Clinton I. Smullyan, Jr.* Stephen D. Wilder*

Class of 1969 (39%) Charles P. Berkey* Richard O. Bierregaard, Jr.* Norman B. Bird Patrick M. Curry Peter S. Duncan L. Gordon Hamersley III Stuart F. Kirkpatrick

Christopher Kocher* Hampton S. Lynch III* C. Curtis Vreeland* H. Scott Wallace* Nicholas H. Warner* Mansfield W. Williams, Jr.

Class of 1970 (13%) Francisco L. Borges* Dumont Clarke IV* Lindsay A. Fowler* Anthony R. Lantz* Walter Weintz*

Class of 1971 (35%) Dudley R. Bahlman, Agent Dudley R. Bahlman* Barry A. Baines* James M. Cannon IV*

Geoffrey R. Chester

William Clarke*

W. Carey Crane III

David C. Crimmins*

Andrew C. Hamersley

William L. Crossman*

Sumner Pingree III

David W. Dorrance

Christopher S. Pope

John H. Ewing, Jr.

Alexander Reese*

Preston L. Goddard*

Scott D. Riviere

Samuel A. Green*

William M. Schiebel

Charles D. Hahn* Leighton S. Jordan, Sr.

Class of 1972 (21%)

Nelson S. Mead, Jr.*

Alexander Podmaniczky, Agent

Marion D. Percy

Brian W. Carroll

Kristyn E. Reid*

Harry M. Freer III*

Edward J. Scarvalone

Martin W. Lynn* Douglas A. Marshall*

Class of 1975 (14%)

Robert McLean II*

Marion DeWitt Cook, Agent

Burton T. Mowbray*

Ellen Koloski Boyle*

John W. Myers*

Douglas D. Clarke

David J. Owen

Marion DeWitt Cook*

Alexander Podmaniczky*

Keith W. Harrington

Gill U. Redpath

D. A. Hart*

Christopher Z. West*

Dafydd P. Jones

Dorothy Quart Winkler*

William B. McNamara* Anne Miller Novak*

Class of 1973 (36%)

Kathleen M. Parker

Carey G. Birmingham, Agent Carey G. Birmingham

Class of 1976 (19%)

Nancy Salvatore Deming

Shelley Townsend Graham, Agent

James R. Epstein

Timothy T. Richards, Agent

Ruford D. Franklin II*

John M. Dubaz*

Henri N. Gourd

Lawrence L. Hlavacek, Jr.*

Richard S. Griffith*

Stephen J. McLaughlin*

Lee D. Klein

Janice Meagher-Trojan*

Jed H. Lavitt*

Simon Sidamon-Eristoff*

Stuart S. Lovejoy*

Dolph C. Simons III*

Scott Meyer

Timothy T. Richards

Russell C. Miller*

Elizabeth Corrigan Vaughan

Stephen S. Peschel R. Stuyvesant Pierrepont III* Ernesto J. Viteri-Arriola Randall C. Wallace* Francis W. White

Class of 1977 (23%) Robert P. Sanford, Agent Raymond G. Anderson* John P. Bird Donald E. Curran III

A Millbrook Intersession group travels to Italy to explore culture and historical topics.

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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Class of 1974 (31%)

George W. Cutting III

Heather Marshall Lyons, Agent

Thomas A. Gorman

Mario J. Chiappetti

Nicholas B. Hamersley*


Alumni Donors William R. Hettinger

Mark D. Cartland

Gurdon W. Hornor*

Angela Echols Davis*

Robert P. Sanford

Melissa Shaw Fleming*

Guyton B. Thorne

Michele Talaber Gyscek*

Class of 1978 (42%)

James F. Hettinger*

Thomas R. Tortolani, Agent Christopher H. Willis, Agent Bruce C. Burton* Christopher J. Carey* Bruce A. Herdman, Jr.* Ann B. Machado* John A. McNamara* William L. Menard* D. Fell Merwin Brian D. Ross* Karen Strain Smythe Carl W. Timpson III* Thomas R. Tortolani* David D. Wakefield, Jr.* Norman S. Walker, Jr. Richard B. Warner James C. Willits*

Class of 1979 (9%) Aileen Tellerday Finch, Agent Craig H. Seward, Agent Daniel M. Albinder* Aileen Tellerday Finch* D. Gordon Murray Craig H. Seward*

Class of 1980 (17%) Virginia L. LaPrade, Agent Julia A. H. Silzer, Agent Gregory E. Barr* Zerline L. Goodman*

Judson L. Hawk III Charles P. Jensen John A. Montgomery, Jr. Suzanne Newman*

Class of 1982 (28%) Landon H. Wickham, Jr., Agent Kimberly A. Baker* Sabrina Ackerman Bluestone* Michael E. Hessberg Alice Hager Holbrook* Christopher C. Holbrook* Lars E. Murray Joshua Newman

Art Department Chair Sarah MacWright joins Mansell Ambrose ’14 and Olivia Galli ’16 at the Advanced & Honors Art Show where their work is on display.

Susannah Richards* Jeffrey J. Ryan Linda Herdman Wainewright Landon H. Wickham, Jr.

Class of 1983 (30%) Robert E. Latimer, Agent John Dalsheim* Drew W. Effron* Edmund K. Finney* Melody H. Gowen* H. Peter Hoare* Robert E. Latimer Thomas I. Mayton, Jr.* Joanna Blumofe Meiseles Alicia H. Metz Sallie D. Shatz Paul M. Simons Laurie Oelbaum Sommer

Paul H. Hughes Pels A. Matthews Walter P. Mutter A. Geoffrey Wells D. Seth Williams*

Class of 1985 (27%) Jean Kindred Wilmerding, Agent Riccardo Caracciolo* Charles G. Flender* Molly Harithas Kemp Alicia Lay Leuba A. Duer Meehan* Samuel F. Rodd Michael T. Short* Ogden W. Timpson

Daniel S. Cohen* Kelly Macaluso Coles* Emily Parke Crawford* David A. Dunn* Gregory M. Entringer Sandra Holbrook James* Todd M. Kingsbury Diana Dyer Knoblauch* Kimberley A. Lathrop* Alexandra T. Tasker Marx* Katherine Lovejoy Petty* Carey Thorpe Pierson David S. Richman* Thomas M. Scarborough* Stephen E. Shilling* Stephane Silverman*

Christopher P. Weld

Jean Kindred Wilmerding*

Class of 1987 (43%)

Julia A. H. Silzer*

Class of 1984 (19%)

Class of 1986 (45%)

Rosemary J. Smith

Vanessa Cutler McGarry, Agent

Bentley Frost Hardwick, Agent

Todd M. Kingsbury, Agent

William H. N. Brune II

A. Geoffrey Wells, Agent

Diana Dyer Knoblauch, Agent

Claudia Cooper Church

Class of 1981 (27%)

D. Seth Williams, Agent

John C. Allee*

Megan Fitzgerald Crossman*

Elizabeth Kaiser Yuodsnukis, Agent

John C. Doremus

Alexandra J. Burke*

Jed K. Diemond*

Susan Arends Albinder*

Bentley Frost Hardwick

Donald P. Campbell*

Bradford C. Emmet

Nicholas Roosevelt Gilbert P. Schafer III*

Megan Fitzgerald Crossman, Agent

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Alumni Donors Class of 1988 (38%) George J. Sayan, Agent Charlotte Carroll Tracy, Agent William T. Curran James Eagen Heidi S. Gordon Christopher L. Joel

Thomas S. Polk George Reyes Caroline Bozorth Sayan* Laura Spelman-Kim Caroline W. Treadwell

Elizabeth J. Lewis

Class of 1991 (33%)

Blair Collins Maus*

Sarah H. Calabrese, Agent

Rebecca Pettus Mooney

Stephanie E. Stiehm, Agent

Samuel C. Murphy Karena Berghold Passaro Lindsay Kroll Pinchot Kathryn P. Pottinger Melissa Henderson Raezer George J. Sayan* Peter-Paul Stengel* Kristin A. Tang Charlotte Carroll Tracy* Laurence M. Wintersteen*

Class of 1989 (27%) Robert L. Brevetti, Agent Sarah Stanton Rigolino, Agent Hawley B. Abelow Sumaya Abu-Haidar* Robert L. Brevetti Melanie Carroll Espe Virginia R. Gager Sean Gilbride Edward G. Miller* Teodoro Moscoso* Catherine Brainard Narciso Sarah Stanton Rigolino* Emily Hoffman ’14 produced visually stunning portraits of students for her CES project.

Daniel Noone

David Trezza* Claudine Morabito Weis

Macrae Sykes II, Agent Cydney M. Bare John A. Berkey IV Sarah H. Calabrese* Paul D. Dunk* William J. Eagen Charles Gilbride* Joanna Fowler Hutchinson* James D. Katavolos* Bram V. Lutton* Jessie Zirinsky Reed Julie E. Rosenberg* Katy Shanley Scott* Stephanie E. Stiehm Macrae Sykes II*

Class of 1992 (39%) Laura Hodgkins Capra, Agent Harold Y. Chang, Agent Laura Hodgkins Capra Harold Y. Chang* Chris D. Drago* Jesse Goichman Eisenberg Ann M. Groat* Anna C. Martucci Julian A. Reed* Adam M. Schapiro Patricia M. Sykes*

Cynthia W. Flanigan*

Simon J. Mendez*

Class of 1990 (37%)

Steven W. Giner

Karen Murray*

Langka V. Domberger-Treadwell, Agent

Rebecca Tomczyk Valentino

Rachel Goldman Hahn

Charles F. Pilkington*

Daniel Noone, Agent

Samantha Webster-Sheldon

Andrew N. Hernandez*

Stewart B. Putney*

Philip Buck*

Edward M. Herries*

Alexandra James Reed*

Andres Coles*

Amber K. Isaac

Lakin Hughes Shostak*

Jennifer Foulke-Meyers

Robert M. Otter, Agent

Todd P. Kennett

Caroline A. Wamsler*

Christopher D. MacGuire*

Timothy C. Bator

Vanessa Cutler McGarry*

Noah P. Wilker

Avery MacLeod Maddaloni

Courtney A. Ferenz

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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Shane L. Tilston*

Class of 1993 (24%)


Alexis S. Hinchey-Davis* Richard T. Hoyt Derek L. Hyde Robert M. Otter* Charles E. Shultz Jennifer S. C. Wang*

Class of 1997 (26%) John S. Choate III, Agent Timothy P. Healy, Agent Kristi Popovich Brien* John S. Choate III* Danielle E. Derbes* Hans Jorg Fiebiger

Class of 1994 (20%)

Kristine Feeks Hammond

Nadia A. Novik, Agent

Timothy P. Healy

Justin H. Riedell, Agent Virginia Willingham Beard Sam C. Berg Colin W. Kingsbury Jacqueline Moffat Lombard James A. Magid Holly Meigs Noone Justin H. Riedell*

Jedediah N. Horwitt

Class of 1995 (27%) Sarah Place Krauss, Agent Anne B. Putnam, Agent Sierra Bailey* Alexa Hanke Braun Trevor L. Colhoun Laura S. Grabe Antonia Giardina Knepper* Sarah Place Krauss Keshav M. Lewis Friedrich W. Moeller Anne B. Putnam* Eliza Thorne*

Class of 1996 (27%) Sibyl Fenwick Greenwood, Agent Katherine Schoonmaker Jenkins, Agent Josephine M. Bakke Ann Eckelberry Delzangles Sibyl Fenwick Greenwood Wixon A. Greenwood Katherine Schoonmaker Jenkins* Theodore S. Karatz* Catherine Simonds Krug* Dara Jones Martin Bridget L. Meigs* Jacob A. Schur* Vincent J. Sorriento*

Caroline Loomis Klein David J. Pecchia* Charles D. Stone* Alexander G. Warner*

Alumni Achievement Award This year’s Alumni Achievement Award goes to the classes of 1994-2013 for their outstanding and impressive win in the February Face-off. With 27.5% of our young alumni making donations to the Annual Fund in February, their Millbrook pride and determination soared past the other participating schools including Hotchkiss, Salisbury, Taft, Westminster, Berkshire, Avon, Trinity-Pawling, Williston, and The Gunnery.

We’re afraid we’ve scared off the competition…

stay tuned for the Headmaster’s Challenge!

Loukas Zoumas*

Class of 1998 (35%) Matthew E. Marsallo, Agent Anthony R. Craighill William R. Diamond, Jr.* Jonathan R. Downs Matthew E. Marsallo* Anthony Y. McKinley Matthew C. Murphy Amy Glennon Patrick Emily Dubow Smith Zachary B. Solomon Rebecca Stern Bethany Bowen Turnure* Jennifer M. Wheeler* Ayler C. Young Mary O’Connell Zoumas*

Class of 1999 (47%) Andrea Tehan Carnes, Agent Morgan C. Conrad, Agent Marko Guzijan, Agent Michael C. Tredenick, Agent Andrea Tehan Carnes

Patrick D. Mahon*

Crista Leon Swier

Gordon S. Pennoyer*

Matthew H. Tomik

Monelle Quevillon

Michael C. Tredenick

Kurstin L. Roe

M. Jordan Vexler

Adam A. Geffner*

Mitsuyo Shimura

Tyler T. Watson

Marko Guzijan*

Gregory H. Shoss

Joseph M. Wendel

David G. Levy

Matthew A. Stack

Ryan T. Young

Evan T. Chipley Morgan C. Conrad* Sarah E. Galvez

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Alumni Donors Class of 2000 (60%) Abigail P. Malin, Agent Julia A. McLaughlin, Agent Morgan Pratt Arvisais Elizabeth M. Barrett* Cyd Cipolla Joseph B. Commisso Amelia Gomez Cortez Fallon C. Cunningham Dario D’Andrea Johanna Dominguez-Limpach Joshua T. Downs Ethan G. Dubow* Jesse P. Goldberg Margaret D. Hallock Zoe M. Haydock Andrew G. Heath*

John R. Jagar* Zachery S. Lampell Jason P. Leibowitz Hadley Heffernan Mahon* Abigail P. Malin Julia A. McLaughlin* Garrett Meigs Alexandra Bullock Olsen* Rhianna Burger Parkinson Craig J. Pecchia* Anouk J. Peters Sara Craighill Salvia Justin J. Salvia Marc Scheuer Abigail Moffat Simes Chelsea A. Stevens* Erin M. Stuckey Catherine Marsallo Young

Class of 2001 (35%) Deborah Muller Fisher, Agent Erin M. Brown* Kirk W. Cavell* Jessica de Martine* Deborah Muller Fisher* Caroline Hettinger Foss Ava Y. Goodale Ayumi Hosoda Claire E. Hudson Peter W. Kunhardt, Jr. Lucas C. Madill Michael A. Madill Megan A. Maroney M. Justin McDermott* Stafford McKay, Jr. A. Trevor McWilliams* Sang-Jin Park* Anne M. Quick Adrienne E. Smith Shih-Shih Tu Tristan J. Van Stirum

Class of 2002 (26%) James C. Bennett, Agent Molly S. Ogden, Agent Brian G. Adams* James C. Bennett Emily Smithson Bergeron Andrew M. Brett Jonathan W. B. Curme Oliver P. Haydock Nicholas G. Hoagland Ariel Z. Lampell Colin J. Mahon* Blake L. Morrison* Wesley L. Oakford* Molly S. Ogden Matthew F. Oneglia Katherine V. Smithson

Alexander D. Barrow Jason Beliveau Jonathan H. Blanksteen Ishmael S. Brown Samuel P. Bruehl Robbin L. Burrow* Eliza R. Cantlay* William D. Cart* Emily Cruice Casey Zoe B. Chapin Wayne I. Charles Christopher J. Connelly Andrew F. Conrad Paul R. M. Cullen Emily Hallock Fincke Erin M. Fleming Thomas L. Gardner Hilary S. Gifford Frances L. Hardie Kate C. Heffernan Nicholas M. Imbelli* Sheena M. Jones Daniel J. Kessler Richard F. Leahy Wylly T. Marshall Inga Stots McKay Anna R. Menken Jennifer Cavanaugh Moroney* Alexander T. Myers Brian M. Pecchia Jean M. Reinoso Emilie H. Richard-Froozan Alma L. Rojas Matthew S. Silliker Leland H. Smith* Ronald C. Smith Jonathan F. W. Smith Paul B. Stuckey* Shannon L. Traylen Jennifer C. Yee Alexander W. Zeiser

Class of 2003 (59%)

Mandarin teacher Anzia Mayer works one-on-one with her language students

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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Jonathan H. Blanksteen, Agent

Class of 2004 (45%)

Eliza R. Cantlay, Agent

Katrina M. Cox, Agent

Alexander T. Myers, Agent

Stratton G. W. Hatfield, Agent

Brian M. Pecchia, Agent

Katherine M. Stellato, Agent

Jennifer C. Yee, Agent

Daniel S. Adams*


Alumni Donors Megan C. Barrett Gordon A. Burdis Alexandra Peterson Cart* Elizabeth B. Cavanaugh Katrina M. Cox* Abigail F. Egan* Eliza R. Glaister Lily L. Granville Ashley B. Haller Stratton G. W. Hatfield Charles W. Hettinger Emily S. H. Katz Conor F. Kelly Edwin H. S. Kunhardt Andrew E. Marsallo Katelyn M. Massarone Kinley M. McCracken Brian F. Morgan, Jr. Cory L. Murphy Collin N. Norton Chad Oliver Nicholas C. Pandolfi* Sarah S. Podmaniczky Kerry G. Powers Meredith Casale Roll Matthew G. Rubin Katherine M. Stellato Jordan M. C. Topor*

Jane E. Smith

Class of 2005 (26%)

Margaret E. Pennoyer*

Jerilyn R. Hale, Agent Shelton P. Lindsay, Agent Carlyle S. McWilliams, Agent Sarah S. Thaler, Agent Henry T. Cadwalader Caragh E. Fisher Sierra R. Flanigan John S. Giannone Jerilyn R. Hale Jaeger M. Kovich* George T. Kunhardt Craig M. Marone Ashley M. Martini Carlyle S. McWilliams* So-Young Park Logan M. Sailer Paul J. Santora III

Felicity R. Sparks Sarah S. Thaler Peter J. Turcik* Andrew S. Williamson*

Class of 2006 (42%) J’nelle N. M. Agee, Agent Alison J. Blanksteen, Agent Alexander J. Bolesta, Agent Andrew C. Cochran, Agent Dante L. Gabiati, Agent Jonathan B. Silver, Agent J’nelle N. M. Agee Alisha C. Albinder Robert G. Bennett* Alexander J. Bolesta Ashley Offt Casale Andrew C. Cochran* Grier L. Filley* Philippe T. Goulet Emily D. Hottensen* Patricia H. Kempe Max C. Kennedy Patrick R. S. Moore Sarah Whalen Morin Elizabeth L. Ogden* Deborah N. Papernik Alexander J. Pinsky* Victoria N. Pratt Benjamin E. Ross* Bretton B. Serrell* Jonathan B. Silver* Peter G. Smith

Advanced photo student Olivia Galli ‘16 captures the power and beauty of dancer Emma Westermann ‘16

Skye S. Flanigan, Agent

Dexter A. Hoffman

Lacy S. Kelly, Agent

Stoddard A. M. Horn, Jr.

Alex J. Marino, Agent

Robert G. Hottensen

Nicholas R. N. Weaver, Agent

Lacy S. Kelly

Arthur W. Anthony*

Erin Schroth Kennedy

Jennifer Ascencio

Dana S. Klein

Olivia R. Audia

Victoria B. Leeds

Kristina C. Blundon

Jason A. Ludwig

George S. Bucknall

Alex J. Marino

Alexander D. Wilson

Theodore S. Cart II

Forrest C. Mas

Jasper S. Wilson

Alexander O. S. Cox

James W. Moore

Adam D. Zippin

John M. Dubaz*

Gregory R. Murphy

Ryan W. P. Fanning

R. Stuyvesant Pierrepont IV*

Class of 2007 (41%)

Kaleigh A. Ferrari

Lauren V. Roxborough

Arthur W. Anthony, Agent

Skye S. Flanigan

Ethan V. Vallarino

Olivia R. Audia, Agent

Catherine W. Glazebrook

Sophie B. Vallely

Sturgis M. Sobin II Ana F. Steele-Norton Serena Whitridge Jillian Ho Wilkes

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Alumni Donors Nicholas R. N. Weaver*

Charles P. Merrill

Jonah H. Feitelson

Nicholas A. Williams

Emily E. Morrison

Marston S. Garceau

Alejandro E. Navarro

John B. Goodell

Class of 2008 (27%)

Jason C. Rossetti

Heath M. Harckham

Magdelaine H. Anthony, Agent

Elizabeth C. Sednaoui

Christopher K. Bennett, Agent

Sean M. Spero*

Hannah B. Madsen, Agent

George T. Whalen IV

Kelsey E. Reifler, Agent

Kristen J. Zublin

Magdelaine H. Anthony* Samuel V. Augustine*

Class of 2010 (33%)

Ann H. Bates

Mariah K. Lavitt, Agent

Christopher K. Bennett*

Tate H. Lavitt, Agent

Race B. Bottini

William J. Livermore, Agent

Allison R. Cavanaugh*

Roland J. Augustine*

Joanna Ehrenreich*

Rodney B. Benson, Jr.*

Allison Ehrenreich*

Charles F. Cochran

Nicholas B. Farrell

Caroline C. Collins

Alexandra G. Fresne

Rachel L. DeSimone

Jin Soo Han

Alexandra A. Duhoski

Devin W. Hardy

Olivia W. Farrell

Phoebe L. B. Ijams

Adriana O. Fracchia*

William T. Kaufman

Madeline E. Fuller*

Christopher J. Mo

Rebeckah J. Glazebrook

Samuel R. Navarro

Laurel B. Greenfield

Beau A. B. Parent

Robert A. Hughes, Jr.

Leisy M. Ruddock*

Andrew D. Lane*

Carl J. Schmidlapp IV

Robert N. Latimer

Cecilia B. Weaver

Mariah K. Lavitt*

Molly A. Zimnoch

Tate H. Lavitt Henry D. Lawson-Johnston*

Class of 2009 (27%)

William J. Livermore

Emily C. Collins, Agent

Celia W. Manny

Amanda S. Goddard, Agent

James I. Matson

Evan J. Haney, Agent

John D. McCulla III

Cooper W. Babcock

Taylor C. Nelson*

William H. Benjamin

Meredith L. Pratt

Megan R. Butts*

Cole A. Reifler

Emily C. Collins

Beryl W. Roberts

Brooks V. Crossman*

Rene M. Rodriguez*

Graham A. Derby

Kathryn J. Whalen

Zachary P. Fuller

Cameron W. Holbrook Rachel E. Kanegis David T. Lee Jennifer A. Liebowitz Dale L. Mauri Caroline F. Merrill Elizabeth T. Morris Georgia C. Parent Brandon P. Pecchia

Class of 2013 (39%) Pai Kang, Agent Zachary A. Keller-Coffey, Agent Sam S. Lawson-Johnston, Agent Elizabeth N. Lowe, Agent Joseph Menniti, Agent Emma B. Merrill, Agent Madison M. Schmalz, Agent Avery O. Anderson Robert B. Austrian Brendan T. Barry Reagan M. Brown

Samuel L. Richards

Antonia K. Butwell

Marion L. Steele-Norton

Bradley D. Buvinow Aidan E. Cowan

Class of 2012 (28%)

Morgan L. Davis

Sarah C. Anthony, Agent

Marilyn A. Dedrick

Elizabeth M. Chapman, Agent Aldin Medunjanin, Agent Sarah C. Anthony Winston D. Boney Jonathan F. Bucknall Sarah M. Butts Elizabeth M. Chapman Carl D’Amour-Belizario Elizabeth W. Ellsworth Wylie E. Fresne

David R. DiSchiavi Olivia B. Dolan Connor T. Elsenbeck William B. Feid Emma H. Feitelson Haley S. Harckham Lena T. Hardy Grace D. Hilliard Gyo Joon Hwang

Alexandra B. Fuscone

Zachary A. Keller-Coffey

Paul K. Gray

Amber S. Koenigsberger

Alice B. Holbrook

Nathaniel O. Kraus

Samuel H. Jaffe

Anthony E. Kuhnreich

Mikkel C. M. Joehnk Ji Yoon Lee Cora C. MacKenzie Claire A. Manny Aldin Medunjanin Edward L. Menard Davis W. Menard Catherine A. O’Connor Stephen F. O’Connor Kenneth M. O’Friel

Sam S. Lawson-Johnston Elizabeth N. Lowe Joseph Menniti Nicholas A. Meredith Emma B. Merrill Nicholas S. Morley Connor M. Nelson Isabella M. Nugent Felipe A. Pantle Baird T. Parent

Amanda S. Goddard*

Class of 2011 (22%)

Carl V. Rasmussen

Evan J. Haney

Gabriella A. Alziari

Conrad P. Sednaoui

Madison M. Schmalz

Tyler W. Mauri

John E. Bennett

Alexander G. Selz

Eleanor H. Sednaoui

Lindsey W. Menard

Mary W. Chapman

Austin J. Urban

Zachary S. White

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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1. Tondi Mushandu ’14 shares his work that was featured in the Holbrook Made Warner Gallery exhibit. 2. Maya Holmes ’17 performs a song on the piano at an Arts Night in the Chelsea Morrison Theater. 3. Erica Doyle ’16 performs beautifully at Spring Arts Night. 4. The cast of All Shook Up puts on an excellent rock-n-roll production featuring music by Elvis Presley. 5. Miles Messinger ’14 reads an excerpt from one of his original plays at the spring Page to Stage performance. 6. At Spring Arts Night Christina Hughes ’14 displays both her choreography and dance skills. 7. As the Art History class’ culminating project, students act as docents and lead guests through their Warner Gallery exhibit featuring works by Frank Lloyd Wright pictured here is Shawn Pratt P ‘00, ‘06, ‘10 and her husband Peter Charlap.

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PARENTS Class of 2014 (95%) VI Form Chairs: Mr. Lawrence Creel Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. May III VI Form Gift & P.L.A.N. Committee Members: Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cronin II Mr. Andrew B. Hoffman and Ms. Alexandra T. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Holbrook Mr. Christopher Naese and Ms. Yvonne Naese Mr. and Mrs. John G. Panzer Ms. Elizabeth P. Steele and Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich Dr. William B. Stine and Dr. Christy D. Stine Ms. Barbara Vogt Kugler Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Woolford Mr. and Mrs. Colin T. Ambrose Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Bailey Mr. Alain Boisvert Mr. and Mrs. Alfie M. Bolduc Mr. and Mrs. Georges Bourgoignie Mr. and Mrs. John D. Brown-Christenson

Reid Kugler ’14 cuts the ribbon at the dedication of the Class of 2014 Bridge. Given in honor of the class of 2014 by their parents, this bridge warmly welcomes our families and friends and carries them down School Road on their continuing journeys.

Mr. Lawrence Creel Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Cronin II*

Ms. Jennifer Horsley

Mr. Matthew S. Messinger

Mr. and Mrs. Shawn D. Parker

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hughes

Mr. John J. Mezzanotte

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Powers*

Ms. Joan M. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Miller

Mr. Seth Kanegis

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Mitchell

Dr. Massimo Preti and Ms. Galina Davydova

Ms. Barbara A. Katavolos

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Morrison III

Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Keller-Coffey*

Mr. and Mrs. Shun-ichi Murata

Mr. and Mrs. John R. King Ms. Christina Leddy

Mr. Christopher Naese and Ms. Yvonne Naese

Mr. Timothy D. Liefer and Ms. Patricia A. O’Malley

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Norfleet Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nunez

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Harvey*

Mr. Richard A. Loessberg and Ms. Betheny L. Reid

Ms. Sophia Nyamudeza

Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hefter

Mr. and Mrs. Dieter Lucas

Dr. and Mrs. Victor Heresniak

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Maguire, Jr.

Ms. Marlene Paltrow and Mr. Christopher Hill*

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Hincenbergs

Mr. Antonio Marquez and Ms. Manuela Todeschini

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Panzer

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas J. Marr

Mr. Chul Woo Park and Ms. Eun Young Hwang

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Davies Mr. and Mrs. Roberto D’Avola Mr. and Mrs. James M. DeWitt Ms. Silvia G. Dominguez Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Downes Ms. Catherine Edmonds Mr. and Mrs. Ian C. Elwell Mrs. Christina C. Frega Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Gagnon Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Harper

Mr. Andrew B. Hoffman and Ms. Alexandra T. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Holbrook*

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert A. May III

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Ohaus

Mr. Alexander Papachristou

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Saar, Jr. Mr. Kenneth L. Schmalz Mr. Ralph Schmidt and Ms. Susan Babcock Dr. Samuel Selesnick and Ms. Alexandra Kent Mr. Phillip Shatz and Mrs. Carolynn Davies-Shatz Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sheeran Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sloan Ms. Elizabeth P. Steele and Dr. Margaret L. Drugovich Dr. William B. Stine and Dr. Christy D. Stine


Mr. Gary Supinski

Mrs. Christina C. Frega

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Westcott

Mr. and Mrs. William Bradley

Ms. Michele Supinski

Mr. Walter R. Garschagen and Ms. Lynn Hawley

Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Wilm

Mrs. Lauren Buccellati

Mr. Alvin Golub and Ms. Gail Morse

Mr. Yufeng Xiao and Ms. Jiaqing Wu

Ms. Darla J. Buffa and Mr. David Donahey

Mr. Jian Ping Yu and Ms. Bing Xu

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt

Class of 2016 (83%)

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Clark

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tenenbaum Mr. Dean Vallas and Ms. Debra R. Pemstein Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Vanecek, Jr. Ms. Barbara Vogt Kugler Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wallace Mr. and Mrs. George T. Whalen III* Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Woolford Mr. Jun Yin Zhai and Ms. Hua Lin Xu

Ms. Georgina Hancock and Mr. Richard Franyo Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Hill* Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Hincenbergs Ms. Bronwen Hruska Mr. Manny Kaline and Ms. Yvette Kricheli Mr. John M. Kelly and Ms. Jodie R. Wische

Class of 2015 (86%)

Mr. Tae Jung Kim and Ms. Mee Ok Choi

Chair: Mrs. Sabrina Ackerman Bluestone ’82

Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. Luchars

P.L.A.N. Committee Members: Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Bromberg Mr. David Carty and Ms. Susan K. Sample Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. Luchars Mr. and Mrs. Mark Westcott

Mrs. Christina Lang*

Mr. Wei Guan and Ms. Lijun Zhang

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Henderson Mr. and Mrs. John F. Powers*

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Ribera Mr. John H. Roach and Ms. Charlotte Harris

Mr. Henry A. Ferris and Ms. Nancy E. Weltchek

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Gottwald

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T. Ogilvie-Thompson

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Buckley, Jr.

Ms. Shelly Ferrall and Mr. Hal L. Petri

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Gilmour

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Muscari

Mr. and Mrs. Greg G. Reiss

Mr. Jianlin Feng and Ms. Yue Chen

Ms. Lori Fusco

Mrs. Sabrina Ackerman Bluestone 1982*

Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Miller

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Bromberg

Mr. and Mrs. Mark S. Doyle

Mr. and Mrs. Larsen H. Flinn

Mr. Derrick A. Green and Mrs. Shebrelle Hunter-Green

Ms. Karen Reilly

Mr. Michael Domsodi and Mrs. Anna Roussos Domsodi

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Wright*

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. M. Evarts

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bliss

Mr. Craig Brodeur and Ms. Susan Galloway

Mr. John P. Dolan and Ms. Michele F. O’Hana*

Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Sommer

Ms. Maureen A. Drury and Mr. James D. Hiller

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. McCartney

Mr. Filippo Racchi and Ms. Valeria Picco

Ms. Elizabeth J. Crutchfield

Mr. and Mrs. Greg G. Reiss

Mr. William Dietrich

Mr. and Mrs. Ludger A. Apollon

Mrs. Sabrina Ackerman Bluestone 1982*

Mr. and Mrs. Shane Coppola

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Jose S. Correia

Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Ainbinder

Ms. Lay Mui Lily Ng

Ms. Sara Chen

Mr. and Mrs. Dan H. Kish

Ms. Kathryn K. Cohen

Mr. Antonio Marquez and Ms. Manuela Todeschini

Mr. James F. Adams and Dr. Linda Tafapolsky

Ms. Gretchen Biggs

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. Carr

Mr. Andrew Cohen

Ms. Linda L. Adeson

Mr. and Mrs. Michael V. Acord

Dr. Dennis Barry and Ms. Linda Bretti

P.L.A.N. Committee Members:

Mr. Wen Ping Ma and Ms. Chunrong Xu

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Moir

Mr. and Mrs. Morten Arntzen

Chair: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Lee

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. Carr

Mr. Peter H. Rundquist and Ms. Lisa Weilbacker Mr. and Mrs. Douglas E. Schimmel Ms. Michele C. Schimmel Ms. Margarete Schymura Mr. and Mrs. James Sheldon* Mr. and Mrs. Marc Spector Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Stanley Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Stroud Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Summers

Mr. Geoffrey R. Flickinger

Mr. Vincent Yiu Lun Tam and Ms. Catherine Mui Ying Ng

Mr. Leo Flotron and Ms. Constance Gardner

Mr. Xingguo Wang and Ms. June Lin

Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Waldschmidt* This mixed media project was a collaborative effort by the advanced art students.

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Mr. Xi Guo and Ms. Hong Wang

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Berg

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey G. Thatcher

Mrs. June A. Hutchinson

Mr. Nicholas P. Hartman and Ms. Toni M. Allocca

Ms. Wendy Bey

Mr. Ju Myung Hwang and Ms. Tae Wan Chung

Ms. Joan M. Johnson

Mr. Haifeng Bi and Ms. Xiaoli Guo

Mr. Jeffrey T. Toland and Ms. Maria G. Rosa, Esq. Mr. Brian S. Waterman

Mrs. Natalie Isler

Mr. Burton Kassell

Mr. Andrè S. Bishop and Mr. Peter J. Manning

Ms. Marci Waterman

Mr. and Mrs. George E. Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Dan H. Kish

Mr. and Mrs. William Bradley

Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Koenigsberger

Mr. and Mrs. William J. Brasser

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Koop

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan H. Carr

The Very Reverend and Mrs. John J. Kreta

Mr. and Mrs. Steven F. Collins

Mr. and Mrs. Patrick F. Malleolo

Dr. William W. Colman and Dr. Jenny M. Colman

Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Mariani Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. McEvoy Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Milbank III Mr. and Mrs. Byron F. Montenegro Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nunez Mr. Eric Press and Ms. Nancy D. Kellman Mr. and Mrs. Greg G. Reiss Mr. and Mrs. John N. Richardson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dirk-Jan Rosse Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Sanford* Mr. Kenneth L. Schmalz Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schneible Mr. and Mrs. Emmett O. Seaborn III Mr. and Mrs. Scott A. Sommer Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Stafford Ms. Marguerite W. Sullivan Ms. Caitilin Twain and Dr. Vasant Dhar Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Vanecek, Jr. Ms. Bonnie P. Wattles Mr. Alexander B. Wattles Mr. Sheng Peng Wei and Ms. Liu Li Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Westermann Mr. and Mrs. Glenn T. Wright*

Mr. A. Mark Connelly, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Sean F. Connolly, Esq. Mr. Jean-Pierre L. Conte Ms. Martha Ehmann Conte Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Cresswell Mr. William F. Detwiler Ms. Anne B. Detwiler Mr. and Mrs. Eric S. Filler Mr. Meyer Frucher Mr. and Mrs. Zbigniew Gosiewski Mr. and Mrs. Alfonzso Holmes Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hughes Mr. Edward R. Isler and Dr. Jane M. Love Ms. Joan M. Johnson

Anonymous Mrs. William Barnes III Mrs. Ellen I. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Beers, Jr. Mrs. Judith Biggs Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Bliss Mr. and Mrs. Farnham F. Collins*

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Leonard* Mr. and Mrs. Richard V. Livengood Mr. and Mrs. John B. Love Mr. Bradford Mills 1944* Ms. Teresa Parker Dr. and Mrs. Paul Reiss Mrs. Margaret Luchars Richards Mrs. Jeanne Riegel Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Rosenberg

Ms. Barbara Colman

Mrs. Clara E. Sanford

Mrs. Gillian C. Creelmen

Mr. Phillip Shatz and Ms. Natalie J. Marshall

Ms. Rita D. Etheridge Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Filler Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harper Mr. and Mrs. David D. Holbrook* Mrs. Holly G. Holbrook Mrs. Barbara Horsley Mr. and Mrs. Winchester F. Hotchkiss* Mr. Alan Hruska

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simons Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sorriento Ms. Nancy S. Stearns Mrs. Pike H. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Gurdon Wattles* Mrs. John H. Westermann Mr. and Mrs. George T. Whalen Jr.*

Ms. Heidi Locke Simon Mr. Joseph Lonardo Mr. and Mrs. Robert LoSchiavo Ms. Danique Loving Mr. and Mrs. Dieter Lucas Mr. Jeffrey J. May and Dr. Mary B. O’Neill Mr. and Mrs. Alan Strassler Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Mills

Class of 2017 (94%)

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mosheim

Chair: Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Austrian P.L.A.N. Committee Members:

Mr. Douglas A. Peckham and Ms. Dipika Rai

Mr. Edward R. Isler and Dr. Jane M. Love

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Purse

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Reilly, Sr.

Mr. Paul Quartararo, Esq.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Rosenberg

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Reilly

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey G. Thatcher

Ms. Karen Reilly

Mr. and Mrs. Colin T. Ambrose

Mr. and Mrs. Mark H. Rosenberg

Mr. and Mrs. August P. Asman

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Simons

Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Austrian*

Ms. Mary Spain

Ms. Deenah M. Minor

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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GRANDPARENTS

Mr. Michael Kelley and Dr. Laura Kelley

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Yalof

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Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Karp

Ann McEvoy joins granddaughter Kelsy McEvoy ’16 for our annual Grandparents Day.


PARENTS OF ALUMNI AND FRIENDS

Mr. and Mrs. Karl Connell, Jr.

Mrs. David L. Frothingham

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Connolly*

Mrs. Gina G. Fuller*

Mr. and Mrs. James Constantino

Mr. and Mrs. Ken Garceau*

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Jones III

Anonymous

Mrs. JoAnn Conway

Ms. Barbara Gatski and Mr. John McMullan*

Mr. and Mrs. Leighton S. Jordan, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Munir Abu-Haidar

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Coon Mr. and Mrs. Peter Corbin*

Mrs. Brigitte Gerney*

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Anthony*

Mr. David M. Cowan and Ms. Valorie A. Fisher*

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffry A. Giardina* Mr. Clinton Gilbert, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Silas R. Anthony, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas S. Cox*

Mr. and Mrs. John K. Glaister*

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Augustine*

Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Craighill*

Ms. Kimberly A. Baker 1982 and Mr. Christian Fekete*

Mrs. Maureen Glassberg

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Crocker*

Mr. William Glassman

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin M. Baker

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Crossman*

Mrs. Joan D. Glazebrook

Mrs. Ann P. Curran*

Mr. and Mrs. Preston L. Goddard*

Mrs. Lucy P. Cutting*

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Goichman

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Granville III

Mrs. Laurence Dawson

Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Gray

Mr. and Mrs. Willem F. P. De Vogel

Mrs. Cynthia Chace Gray*

Mr. and Mrs. Jay H. Dedrick*

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Gray*

Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Delano*

Mrs. Frances A. Green*

Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Derbes*

Mrs. Linda Griffin

Mr. and Mrs. Lucien A. Alziari* Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Anderson

Mrs. Alexander Bearn Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bell, Jr.* Mr. Rodney Benson and Ms. Angela Dailey-Benson* Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Bergen* Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. Bird Mrs. Shirley H. Bird Mr. and Mrs. William Blayney Mr. and Mrs. Sion A. Boney III* Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Bontecou* Mr. and Mrs. David H. Bova* Mrs. Jean Bray* Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Bucknall Mrs. James Bulkley* Mr. and Mrs. Clark L. Bullock* Mr. and Mrs. Michael C. Burdis* Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas R. Burke Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Calabrese, Jr. Mr. David J. Callard Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin W. Cart Mr. and Mrs. Drew J. Casertano* Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Cassirer Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cavanaugh* Mr. and Mrs. William R. Cavell* Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Chapin* Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Chapman* Mr. Joseph Gibbs and Mrs. Robyn Chew-Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Cochran Mr. and Mrs. Charles I. Cogut

Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. DeSimone Mrs. Lesley D. DeVoe* Mr. and Mrs. Joel Diemond* Mr. and Mrs. John W. Drake Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Draper* Mr. Bernard Drury

Mr. Daniel J. Haas and Ms. Vanessa K. Park Mr. and Mrs. Crawford M. Hamilton, Sr.* Mr. and Mrs. F. Borden Hanes Mr. and Mrs. Finley T. Harckham* Mr. and Mrs. David T. Harrington

Dr. and Mrs. John M. Dubaz

Mrs. Henry F. Harris*

Mr. and Mrs. David A. Dubow*

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Harvard III

Mrs. Elisha Dyer, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. David R. Hathaway*

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Dygert

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Heath*

Mrs. William W. Ellsworth

Mr. James F. Hejduk*

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Elsenbeck III

Mrs. Wenche S. Hemphill

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V. Farrell, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Herow*

Mrs. Melanie B. Farrington*

Ms. Robin Herow*

Mr. Todd Feitelson and Ms. Katherine M. Havard*

Mrs. Helene Herzig*

Mr. and Mrs. Massimo Ferragamo*

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hoffmann

Mrs. Susan A. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. Flood* Mr. Richard T. Flood, Jr. Mr. Hamilton F. Forster* Mr. and Mrs. Tim Foster*

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coleman

Dr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Fowler*

Mr. Charles H. Collins and Ms. Anne C. Childs*

Mr. and Mrs. H. Andrew Fox Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Fracchia*

Mr. David Colodny

Mr. Donald C. Fresne*

Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hettinger Mr. and Mrs. David D. Holbrook* Mrs. Holly G. Holbrook* Mr. and Mrs. Peter M. Holbrook* Mrs. Miriam Holst-Grubbe* Mr. and Mrs. Abbett Post Howland Mr. Yong Moon Hwang and Ms. Jieun Kim

Mr. Birger G. Joehnk and Ms. Danielle Vuong* Mrs. Betty Jones* Mrs. Jill B. Kane Mr. Bruce Karatz Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Kaufman* Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kaye Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Keesee III* Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Keiter* Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Kerr Mr. Henry L. King Mrs. Jacqueline B. Kingsbury* Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Kirchhoff Mr. and Mrs. Lee D. Klein Mr. Richard D. Klein Mrs. Roberta E. Koski Mr. Robert D. Kraus* Mr. and Mrs. Brian P. Krauss Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Kroll* Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Kross Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Kuhnreich Mr. David M. Lampell Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Latimer Mr. Jed H. Lavitt 1973 and Mrs. Paula White-Lavitt* Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. Lawson-Johnston II* Ms. Donna Lehman Mr. Chris R. Lehrecke and Ms. Gabriella M. Kiss Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Levine Mr. and Mrs. William G. Levy* Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Light* Mrs. Bonnie Lodevole* Ms. Gretchen W. Lothrop Mrs. Josephine P. Louis* Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy 1959* Mr. and Mrs. David A. Ludwig Ms. Margaret Lukens and Mr. Joseph Corkery* Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. Lynn* Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler C. MacGuire* Mr. and Mrs. John G. MacKenzie*

Mr. Robert A. Ittner*

Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Macleod*

Dr. Joshua S. Jaffe and Dr. Katherine P. Holden*

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. Maloney

Dr. and Mrs. George J. Magovern, Jr.*

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Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Mann

Mrs. Melissa Pastre*

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Shultz, Jr.*

Mrs. Katherine L. Walker

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Manny

Mrs. Gino Pecchia*

Mr. and Mrs. John Siegenthaler*

Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Walker*

Mr. and Mrs. Gary M. Marone*

Mr. and Mrs. Scott L. Peden

Mr. and Mrs. Howard Silver

Mr. and Mrs. H. Scott Wallace*

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marsallo*

Ms. Margaret B. Pedersen

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Simons

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Warner III*

Mr. Reed C. Martin

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher A. Pelliccia

Ms. Ellen M. Simpson*

Ms. Virginia Warner

Mrs. Elizabeth L. Masback

Mr. and Mrs. Gregory J. Pepe*

Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. W. Sinclair

Mrs. Jane F. Waters*

Mr. and Mrs. David J. Mascoveta

Mrs. Joan H. Perera

Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Sloan III

Dr. and Mrs. Francis M. Weld

Mr. and Mrs. Ross A. Mauri*

Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Perrins*

Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Smith *

Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Wells

Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. McCracken

Mr. and Mrs. R. Adams Perry III

Mrs. Magdelaine A. Smith*

Mr. and Mrs Joseph Wendel, Sr.*

Ms. Lee McEnroe*

Mr. Thomas B. Pfeffer*

Mrs. Jan Wentworth

Mr. and Mrs. Morgan McKenzie*

Mr. and Mrs. John Pfeffer

Mr. and Mrs. Toby Smith

Mr. and Mrs. R. Stuyvesant Pierrepont III*

Mr. Eric B. Wentworth*

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McLean II*

The Honorable and Mrs. Andrew J. Smithson

Mr. and Mrs. A. Richard McWilliams*

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Pilkington

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Soja

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Podmaniczky*

Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Solomon*

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey D. Wieland*

Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Meigs* Mr. and Mrs. William L. Menard*

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher S. Pope

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sorriento*

Mr. and Mrs. Alan I. Menken*

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Powers*

Mr. and Mrs. Leslie M. Sparks

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Merrill*

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Pulling*

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Spector

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O. Putnam

Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Spero*

Mr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Reifler*

Mr. and Mrs. David Stack

Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Reinoso

Ms. Jacqueline Stahl

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Revson, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. William W. Stahl, Jr.*

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Morency*

Mrs. Gail M. Riedell

Mr. Edward R. Stehle*

Lt. Colonel and Mrs. Brian F. Morgan USA Ret.

Mr. and Mrs. Philip L. Ross*

Mr. and Mrs. Don Stephens Dr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Stone

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Bontecou

Mr. and Mrs. Roland Morris, Jr.*

Mrs. Walter L. Ross II* Mr. and Mrs. Carl U. J. Rossetti

Mr. Richard D. Story and Ms. Jennifer W. Crandall*

Mr. Richard Bower Ms. Cindy Boyd

Mr. Richard A. Stuckey, Jr.*

Mr. Matthew Bram

Ms. Ellen I. Sykes

Ms. Renee Burgevin

Mr. and Mrs. Richmond de P. Talbot, Jr.

Ms. Kathy Casson

Mr. and Mrs. J. Eugene Talley

Ms. Cheryl Clatterbuck

Dr. and Mrs. E. M. Tarazi

Mr. Daniel S. Cohen 1986

Mr. and Mrs. Philip J. Terni*

Mr. and Mrs. Sean F. Connolly Esq.

Mr. Michael Thompson

Mr. George W. Cutting III 1977 Mr. Michael Domsodi and Mrs. Anna Roussos Domsodi

Mrs. Jan Meyer* Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Mitchell Dr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Moore* Mr. and Mrs. James F. Moore

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Whitridge, Jr.* Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Yee*

FRIENDS OF THE TREVOR ZOO Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. James G. Bailey Mr. Dell Battler 1956 Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Bell, Jr.

Mrs. Mary Wheaton Morse

Mr. and Mrs. Kevin K. Ruddock*

Mrs. Laurie Moser

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey J. Ryan

Mr. and Mrs. George A. Mudge*

Mrs. Alice W. Sailer

Mr. Patrick S. Mulberry

Mr. Joseph Salvia*

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Myers*

Mrs. Patricia P. Sands*

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Neuburger

Mrs. Clara E. Sanford

Dr. Roger Newman*

Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Scarborough*

Mr. and Mrs. John G. Nugent

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmaltz*

Mr. and Mrs. Robert O’Connor

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence C. Schmidlapp

Mr. Oakleigh B. Thorne*

Mr. James O’Connor*

Mr. and Mrs. M. Kent Sednaoui

Mr. Oakleigh Thorne*

Mrs. Elizabeth C. Olson*

Dr. and Mrs. Martin Seidenstein*

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tierney

Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Oppersdorff*

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Selz*

Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Timpson, Jr.*

Ms. Priscilla Fontechia

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Otter*

Mr. and Mrs. Howard P. Serrell, Jr.

Mr. Lee Gerowitz

Ms. Mildred W. Paden*

Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Seward

Mr. Brandon T. Tirrell and Mrs. Linnea Engstrom

Ms. Lily L. Granville 2004

Dr. and Mrs. George E. Page

Mrs. Kevin Shanley

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tortolani*

Mr. Robert Gutenstein

Mr. and Mrs. Francis P. Pandolfi

Mr. Phillip Shatz and Ms. Natalie J. Marshall

Mr. and Mrs. Albert R. Trezza*

Mr. Jim Harvard

Mr. and Mrs. John J. Turcik*

Mr. Michael E. Hessberg 1982

Ms. Maureen E. Sheehan

Mr. and Mrs. H. Hugh Van Dusen*

Ms. Patricia Highley

Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Parent*

Mrs. Edward M. Shepard*

Mr. and Mrs. Alan Vickery

Mr. and Mrs. Eric J. Hill

Mr. and Mrs. David Parshall*

Mr. and Mrs. Del A. Shilkret*

Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto J. Viteri-Arriola*

Miss Hannah R. Hill 2015

Mr. and Charles W. Parsons

Mr. and Mrs. A. Gary Shilling

Mr. and Mrs. Shelton C. Voges, Jr.*

Mr. and Mrs. John B. Hubbard

Mr. Joel Papernik and Dr. Barbara Barker Papernik*

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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Ms. Shelly Ferrall and Mr. Hal L. Petri


Mr. Thomas N. Innes 1967

Ms. Gretchen Biggs

Ms. Carolyn Joseph

Mr. Daniele D. Bodini, Trustee of The Alexander Bodini Foundation

Mr. Todd P. Kennett 1987 Mr. Robert McClellan Mr. Donald McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. William L. Menard Ms. Carol Mitchell Mr. William Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Morse

Mrs. Jean Bray The Buchanan Family Foundation Ms. Darla J. Buffa and Mr. David Donahey Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cavanaugh The Chrysopolae Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Murphy

Mr. and Mrs. William L. Crossman

Mr. Christopher Naese and Ms. Yvonne Naese

Mrs. Laurence Dawson

Ms. Suzanne Newman 1981 Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Oreson Mr. and Mrs. Christopher J. Henderson Ms. Irene Peloquin Mrs. Nancy F. Perkins Mr. Stephen S. Peschel 1973 Mr. Charles G. Proctor 1959 Ms. Anne M. Quick 2001

Mrs. Lucy P. Cutting Dyson Foundation Elisha-Bolton Foundation Roger S. Firestone Foundation Mrs. Cynthia Chace Gray The Alice Busch Gronewaldt Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic C. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. William R. Hettinger

Ms. Ann Ritchie

The Hettinger Foundation

Mr. John H. Roach and Ms. Charlotte Harris

If We Ever Foundation

Mrs. Sarah A. Sailer Mr. Edward J. Scarvalone 1974 Mr. and Mrs. A. Gary Shilling Mr. Stephen E. Shilling 1986 Mr. Joseph Smith

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Holbrook Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Koenigsberger Mrs. Christina Lang Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. Lawson-Johnston II Dr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Lindley, Jr. Mrs. Josephine P. Louis

Dr. Alan Tousignant

Josephine P. & John J. Louis Foundation

Mrs. Charlotte Carroll Tracy 1988

Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. Lynn

Mr. Robert Warner

Mrs. Blair Collins Maus 1988

Ms. Virginia Warner

Chauncey and Marion Deering McCormick Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Westermann Miss Emma R. Westermann 2016 Mr. Francis W. White 1973 Mr. and Mrs. Russell O. Wiese Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Wilder, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. George Young

Holden Jaffe ’13 has students on their feet in the Barn as he and his band, Del Water Gap, perform.

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Merrill Millbrook Tribute Garden, Inc. Mr. Bradford Mills 1944 Mills Foundation, Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Douglas M. Moore

Mr. Jun Zhang and Ms. Bei Zhu

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mosheim

CAPITAL GIFTS

Grace Badger Murphy Fund of the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S. Murphy

Mr. Homer McK. Rees 1947

George T. Whalen, Jr. Foundation, Inc.

Mr. John H. Roach and Ms. Charlotte Harris

Mr. Francis W. White 1973

Mrs. Sarah A. Sailer

Mr. and Mrs. Russell O. Wiese

Mr. Gilbert P. Schafer III 1980 Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Mr. and Mrs. A. Gary Shilling Mr. Stephen E. Shilling 1986 The Shilling Family Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. du P. Smith Mrs. Jennifer P. Speers

GIFTS IN KIND Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Albinder Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Anthony Mr. Benson Blake 1964 Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Bontecou

Mr. Edward R. Stehle

Mr. John V. Frank 1956

Carol A. Stockwell Trust

Ms. Helen W. Benham Kim

The George A. Strba Charitable Trust

Dr. Daniel A. Lindley, Jr. 1951

Mr. Richard A. Stuckey, Jr.

Mr. John Loucks

The Frederick & Patricia Supper Foundation Inc.

Mr. Christopher Naese and Ms. Yvonne Naese

Thornedge Foundation Mrs. Charlotte Carroll Tracy 1988 Mr. and Mrs. William P. Vit The Walbridge Fund, Ltd. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Walker III Ms. Caroline A. Wamsler, PhD 1987

Ms. Caitilin Twain and Dr. Vasant Dhar

HOSTS OF RECEPTIONS & DINNERS

My Good Fund Trust

Ms. Virginia Warner

William J. & Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation

Virginia S. Warner Foundation Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Drew J. Casertano

The Assael Foundation

Wells Fargo Advisors LLC.

Mr. and Mrs. Peter R. Chapman

Mr. John A. Berkey IV 1991

Mrs. George W. Perkins, Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. George T. Whalen III

Ms. Martha Ehmann Conte

Anonymous Aon Foundation

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8

2

3

1. Boys varsity hockey defeats Brunswick in the 17th annual Empire Cup. 2. Stephanie Heresniak ’14 pitches into the strike zone. 3. Captains Jeremy Tenenbaum ’14 and Baki Bawa ’14 celebrate after leading the boys varsity soccer team to their third consecutive New England championship. 4. Heidi Reiss ’16 goes head-to-head with the competition helping the girls varsity squash team attain third place in the New England tournament hosted at Millbrook. 5. VI form girls varsity lacrosse players contributed greatly to a winning season. 6. Chris Williams ’14 powers through the defense to put points on the board for boys varsity basketball. 7. Charlotte Kasmin ’14 shines as she rides at the nearby Millbrook Horse Trials. 8. Zach Brasser ’17 moves the ball downfield for the boys varsity lacrosse team. 9. Melissa Sheeran ’14 leads the girls varsity hockey team to 2nd place in the New England tournament and is named NEPSAC Division II Player of the Year. 10. Girls varsity tennis finishes a strong season by placing second in the New England tournament.

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6

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Mr. Lawrence Creel

Mr. and Mrs. Shane Coppola

Mr. Nicholas C. Pandolfi 2004

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Harvey

Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Cresswell

Mr. and Mrs. Barry Parker

Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Holbrook

Ms. Elizabeth J. Crutchfield

Mr. and Mrs. Shawn D. Parker

Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Davies

Ms. Sarah S. Podmaniczky 2004

Mr. Daniel Day and Ms. June Francis

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Powers

Mr. and Mrs. Ian C. Elwell

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Quarrie, Jr.

Ms. Nancy Evans

Mrs. Margaret Luchars Richards

Mrs. Toby M. Fine

Mr. Michael Rosa

Mr. Lloyd R. Kahan 1983 Mrs. Christina Lang Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Macleod Mrs. Avery M. Maddaloni 1990 Mrs. Joanna Blumofe Meiseles 1983 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Merrill Mr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Reifler Ms. Karen Reilly Mr. and Mrs. M. Kent Sednaoui Mr. and Mrs. Simon Sidamon-Eristoff Mr. and Mrs. Mark Westcott Mr. and Mrs. William T. Wilson III

FLAGLER LIBRARY Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Anthony Aperture Foundation Mr. David Carty and Ms. Susan K. Sample Mr. Karl Connell, Jr. 1942 Mr. and Mrs. Christopher C. Holbrook Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy 1959 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mauri Mr. and Mrs. William T. Mitchell Mr. Christopher Naese and Ms. Yvonne Naese Dr. Rutherford H. Platt 1958 Mr. Somerset Waters

Mrs. Gina G. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Gagnon Mr. and Mrs. John A. Garbellano Mr. Walter R. Garschagen and Ms. Lynn Hawley Mr. Joseph Gibbs and Mrs. Robyn Chew-Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Zbigniew Gosiewski Mr. William T. Hardy and Rev. Cameron R. Hardy Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harper Mr. and Mrs. Roger C. Harper Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Hefter Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Hincenbergs Mr. and Mrs. Winchester F. Hotchkiss Mr. Edward R. Isler and Dr. Jane M. Love

Mr. Gilbert P. Schafer III 1980 Ms. Michele C. Schimmel Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmaltz Mrs. Constantine Sidamon-Eristoff Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sommer Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sorriento Ms. Michele Supinski Mr. Robert Vanecek, Sr. Mr. William R. Wacker, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Westermann Mr. and Mrs. George T. Whalen, Jr. Mr. C. Dana White 1960 Mr. Michael B. Wray 1953 Ms. Joyce Wright

Dr. and Mrs. Peter E. Jackson Mr. and Mrs. George E. Johnson Mr. Manny Kaline and Ms. Yvette Kricheli Mr. Burton Kassell Mr. Michael Kelley and Dr. Laura Kelley Ms. Helen W. Benham Kim Mr. Tae Jung Kim and Ms. Mee Ok Choi Mr. and Mrs. John R. King Mrs. Christina Lang

FOUNDATIONS, FUNDS, CORPORATIONS & MATCHING GIFTS Anonymous Andreas Foundation Aon Foundation The Assael Foundation

Anonymous

Mr. Richard A. Loessberg and Ms. Betheny L. Reid

K. Baker Enterprises

Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Ambrose

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Lynford

The Bank of America

Dr. Dennis Barry and Ms. Linda Bretti

Ms. Sarah Macwright and Mr. Jeffrey Smith

The Howard Bayne Fund

Mrs. Ann McEvoy

James Ford Bell Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Alan I. Menken

Ranlet S. and Frank M. Bell, Jr. Advised Fund

Mrs. Amelia Miller

The Benevity Community Impact Fund

Mr. Francisco L. Borges 1970

Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Miller

Peter Berkey Foundation

Ms. Shawn Borrelli-Pratt and Mr. Peter Charlap

Mr. Bradford Mills 1944

Better Products, LLC

Mr. and Mrs. William T. Mitchell

The Bluebell Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Buckley, Jr.

Mrs. Elizabeth F. Morrison

BMR Ventures, LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Farnham F. Collins

Mrs. Francine K. Oelbaum

BNY Mellon

Ms. Gretchen Biggs Mrs. Sabrina A. Bluestone 1982 Mr. and Mrs. Sion A. Boney, III Miss Winston D. Boney 2012

The Bohemia Fund Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation The Buchanan Family Foundation Bucknall Family Foundation Businessfilm International Andrew G. Carey, Jr. Revocable Trust Carolyn Foundation Central New York Community Foundation, Inc. C.F. Childs Family Fund The Chrysopolae Foundation The Clippin Corner Fergus Cochran Revocable Trust Charles & Ellen Cogut Family Foundation Inc. Contaxt Solutions Inc. Jean-Pierre Conte Revocable Trust Lucy P. Cutting Revocable Trust The Derbes Family Foundation, Inc. Deutsche Bank The William H. Donner Foundation, Inc. The Margaret L. Drugovich Trust Dyson Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Leonard

SPECIAL GIFTS

Mr. Daniele D. Bodini, Trustee of The Alexander Bodini Foundation

The Autumn Ridge Foundation

Elisha-Bolton Foundation Fenimore Asset Management, Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Fiduciary Trust Company Roger S. Firestone Foundation Dick Flood Educational Services LLC Four Brothers Pizza Inn John V. Frank Trust General Electric Foundation The Gerney Family Foundation Goldman, Sachs & Co. Matching Gift Program Good-Benefits, Inc. Google Matching Gifts Program The Grabe Family Foundation, Inc. GRJH, Inc. The Alice Busch Gronewaldt Foundation, Inc. The Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Inc. Robert G. and Ellen S. Gutenstein Family Foundation, Inc.

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least 5 consecutive years.

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Hahn Family Foundation

Millbrook Tribute Garden, Inc.

Sephora

Half Moon Foundation

Mills Foundation, Inc.

The Shilling Family Foundation

The Frederic C. Hamilton Family Foundation

Mitsubishi Imaging Inc.

Simon Sidamon-Eristoff Fund

Hathaway Family Foundation

Burnham Moffat Living Trust Morgan Stanley

Carl and Fay Simons Donor Advised Fund

Christopher & Melissa Morley Private Family Foundation

Skidmore Road Account Sloan Architects, P.C.

Grace Badger Murphy Fund of the Community Foundation of Eastern Connecticut

The Small Foundation

Haufe Contractors Hedberg Foundation, Inc. The Hettinger Foundation Hillsdale Fund, Inc. IBM Corporation If We Ever Foundation The Peter and Judy Jackson Family Fund The Joshua S. Jaffe Family Fund SC Johnson Fund, Inc. The Robert W. Johnson IV Charitable Trust Bruce Karatz Family Foundation Donald M. Karp and Margery Lesink Karp Foundation Kassell Family Foundation of the Jewish Communal Fund Keeler Motor Car Company Kirchhoff Construction MGMT, Inc. Lee David Klein, Esq Judy and John Knutson Charitable Fund Lazard Capital Markets, LLC Josephine P. & John J. Louis Foundation LPL Financial Charitable Fund Henry Luce Foundation

My Good Fund Trust The New York Community Trust New York Life Foundation New York State Dept. of Parks & Recreation Elizabeth Callard Olson Revocable Trust Mr. and Mrs. C. Hooker O’Malley Charitable Gift Fund William J. & Dorothy K. O’Neill Foundation Ben C. and Mildred W. Paden Advised Fund The Joan H. Perera Charitable Lead Annuity Trust The Peterson Family Fund Pfeffer Beach Foundation, Inc. Pilkington Family Fund PJB Charitable Fund T. Rowe Price Foundation

Lynford Family Charitable Trust

The T. Rowe Price Program for Charitable Giving

Macy’s Foundation

Charles and Sally Proctor Fund

Maguire Family Fund

The Thomas L. & Eileen K-S Pulling Fund

George J. Magovern, Jr. and Jamie H. Magovern Fund of the Pittsburgh Foundation Marble Fund

Reed Charitable Fund

Marsh & McLennan, Inc. Matthews Group Real Estate LLC Chauncey and Marion Deering McCormick Foundation The Nelson Mead Fund

Social Visionary Foundation Solomon Family Fund

BEQUEST Estate of Carol A. Stockwell

HONOR GIFTS In Honor of Arthur W. Anthony 2007 Mrs. Magdelaine A. Smith

Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.

In Honor of

Stanley Family Fund of the Community Foundation of New Jersey

Mrs. Magdelaine A. Smith

Platt Staunton Associates Carol A. Stockwell Trust The George A. Strba Charitable Trust The Frederick & Patricia Supper Foundation Inc. The Marion and Willem de Vogel Foundation The Oakleigh L. Thorne Fund

Magdelaine H. Anthony 2008

In Honor of Robert W. Anthony 1965 Mrs. Linda Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmaltz Mrs. Magdelaine A. Smith

In Honor of Sarah C. Anthony 2012

Thornedge Foundation

Mrs. Magdelaine A. Smith

Tiffany & Co.

In Honor of

Stephen C. Twining CPA UBS Matching Gift Program United Technologies Matching Gift Program Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program

Baki A. Bawa 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Colin T. Ambrose

In Honor of Jessica Bennett Ms. Ann Ritchie

Wakefield Family Fund

In Honor of

The Walbridge Fund, Ltd.

Benjamin A. Berg 2017

PL Walman, LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey C. Berg

Quartararo & Lois, PLLC

The Warner Family Foundation

In Honor of

The John and Marsha Ramsay Charitable Gift Fund

John B. Webber Family Trust

The John R. and Hope Reese Foundation The Revson Charitable Trust Rochester Area Community Foundation Rock Properties

Virginia S. Warner Foundation Inc. Wells Fargo Advisors. LLC. George T. Whalen, Jr. Foundation, Inc. The Scott R. Wheaton Foundation Harold and Elizabeth White Fund Whitfield Farm

Llana Bram Mr. Matthew Bram

In Honor of Maxwell C. Carty 2015 Mr. David Carty and Ms. Susan K. Sample

In Honor of

Sand Dollar Foundation

C. Dana White Fund

Meredith Corporation Foundation

Harold & Bette Wolfson Schapiro Foundation, Inc.

The Winston Salem Foundation

Merritt Bookstores

The Charles Schwab Foundation

WLC and SBC Family Foundation

Microsoft Matching Gift Company

Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving

Woolford Family Charitable Fund

In Honor of Daniel S. Cohen 1986

Mid Shore Community Foundation, Inc.

Schwab Matching Gift Center

The Wellington Yee and Virginia Sun Yee Gift Fund

Dr. Alan Tousignant

Milbank Foundation for Rehabilitation

The Selz Foundation

YourCause, LLC

Mr. and Mrs. Russell O. Wiese

Alan & Janis Menken Foundation

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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Martha Clizbe Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Gray


In Honor of

In Honor of

In Honor of

In Memory of

William L. Crossman 1974

Alexis J. Links 2007

Kyleen Parajon

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmaltz

Mr. Joseph Gibbs and Mrs. Robyn ChewGibbs

Albert Boothby

Ms. Ann Ritchie

Mr. Thomas A. Reed 1960

Mrs. Lucy P. Cutting

In Honor of

Ms. Sierra R. Flanigan 2005

Meng Qian Ma 2015

In Honor of

In Honor of

In Honor of

Mr. Wen Ping Ma and Ms. Chunrong Xu

Alyssa Domsodi 2015

In Honor of

Mr. Michael Domsodi and Mrs. Anna Roussos Domsodi

Sarah Macwright and Jeffrey Smith

In Honor of

In Honor of

Jens Karsten Fiebiger 1991 Mr. Hans Jorg Fiebiger 1997

In Honor of Gabrielle’s Arts Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coleman

In Honor of Jordan A. Green 2016 Ms. Rita D. Etheridge

In Honor of David A. Guerra 1997 Ms. Donna Lehman

In Honor of Marko Guzijan 1999 Mr. David G. Levy 1999

In Honor of Stephanie Heresniak 2014 Dr. and Mrs. Victor Heresniak

In Honor of Eileen Jeffreys Mr. Edwin H. S. Kunhardt 2004 Mr. Peter W. Kunhardt, Jr. 2001

Mr. Joseph Smith John McMullan Ms. Barbara Gatski

In Honor of A. Richard McWilliams Mr. Marko Guzijan 1999

In Honor of A. Richard and Cynthia S. McWilliams Mr. Norman S. Walker, Jr. 1978

In Honor of Jonathan Meigs 1965 Ms. Suzanne Newman 1981

In Memory of Timothy M. Bray

Giulio Preti 2014

Mrs. Jean Bray

Dr. Massimo Preti and Ms. Galina Davydova

In Memory of

In Honor of

Mr. Dolph C. Simons III 1976

Caroline V. Ronveaux 2014 Mr. and Mrs. Georges Bourgoignie

In Honor of Emma B. Silvershein 2010 Robert G. and Ellen S. Gutenstein Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Gutenstein

In Honor of Samuel R. Silvershein 2010 Robert G. and Ellen S. Gutenstein Family Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Gutenstein

In Honor of

Michael W. Burke

In Memory of Rene E. Clark Mr. Stephen D. Wilder 1968

In Memory of Jennifer Connelly Mr. A. Mark Connelly, Jr.

In Memory of Laurence Dawson 1938 Mr. Chris D. Drago 1992

In Memory of Peter S. Firestone 1958 Roger S. Firestone Foundation

In Memory of

In Honor of

Paul M. Solomon 1961

Jonathan and Jane H. Meigs

Mrs. Laurie Moser

Michael Fuller

In Honor of

Mr. Christopher J. Connelly 2003

Mr. and Mrs. James G. Bailey

In Honor of Miles E. Messinger 2014

Alan Tousignant

Mr. Matthew S. Messinger

Mr. John H. Roach and Ms. Charlotte Harris

In Honor of

In Honor of

William G. Mitchell 2014 Mr. and Mrs. William T. Mitchell

In Honor of

In Honor of

Matthew D. Murphy 2004

Eleni S. Katavolos 2014

Ms. Frances L. Hardie 2003

Ms. Barbara A. Katavolos

Dr. Alan Tousignant

In Honor of

In Honor of

Chloe A. Naese 2014

Nancy Keller-Coffey Mr. and Mrs. Andrew K. Gray

Mr. Christopher Naese and Ms. Yvonne Naese

In Honor of

In Honor of

Zhe Chen Wei 2016 Mr. Sheng Peng Wei and Ms. Liu Li

In Honor of Frederick M. Whitridge 2011 Ms. Serena Whitridge 2006

In Honor of Walker R. Zeiser Mr. Alexander W. Zeiser 2003

Mr. Jason Beliveau 2003 Mrs. Gina G. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Alan I. Menken Alan & Janis Menken Foundation Mr. Chad Oliver 2004 Mr. Nicholas R. N. Weaver 2007

In Memory of John E. Glennon Ms. Amy G. Patrick 1998

In Memory of John Grey 1988 Ret Corporal Christopher L. Joel 1988

In Memory of Stephen P. Groat 1964

Yunduoduo Li 2015

Marshall E. Page, DVM 1997

Ms. Sara Chen

Dr. and Mrs. George E. Page

MEMORIAL GIFTS

Ms. Ann M. Groat 1992

In Honor of

In Honor of

In Memory of

Jennifer A. Liebowitz 2011

Lucy Papachristou 2014

Margaret M. Harris

Dee Benning

Ms. Maureen E. Sheehan

Mr. Alexander Papachristou

Ms. Priscilla Fontechia

In Memory of Mr. John H. Roach and Ms. Charlotte Harris

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In Memory of

In Memory of

In Memory of

Schuyler B. Haynes 1985 Mr. A. Duer Meehan 1985

Michael May Mr. Jeffrey J. May and Dr. Mary B. O’Neill

Richard A. Post Mr. Gregory E. Barr 1980

In Memory of

In Memory of

In Memory of

Seward T. Highley Ms. Patricia Highley

Schuyler M. Meyer III 1961 Mrs. Jan Meyer

In Memory of

In Memory of

Sylvia Roberts Ms. Victoria B. Leeds 2007 Mr. J. Michael Reinoso 2003

Noah W. Hotchkiss Mr. Perry S. Boynton 1967 Mr. Edward J. Scarvalone 1974 Mr. Norman S. Walker, Jr. 1978

Andrew Moffatt 1988 Ret Corporal Christopher L. Joel 1988

In Memory of

John W. Lothrop 1942 Ms. Gretchen W. Lothrop

Chelsea L. Morrison 2002 Ms. Margaret D. Hallock 2000 Ms. Zoe M. Haydock 2000 Ms. Julia A. McLaughlin 2000

In Memory of

In Memory of

James G. Lovell 1973 Dr. Christopher W. Lovell 1961

Richard H. O’Neill Mr. Jeffrey J. May and Dr. Mary B. O’Neill

In Memory of

In Memory of

Hampton S. Lynch, Jr. 1942 Mr. Hampton S. Lynch III 1969

John R. Painter, Jr. 1962 Mr. Michael Straight 1962

In Memory of

In Memory of Lieselotte Roussos Mr. Michael Domsodi and Mrs. Anna Roussos Domsodi

In Memory of James E. Sailer 1976 Mrs. Sarah A. Sailer Mr. Dolph C. Simons III 1976

In Memory of Kevin Shanley Mrs. Kevin Shanley

In Memory of Robert Smart Mr. Thomas A. Gorman 1977

In Memory of J. Jeffrey Solomon 1959 Mr. W. B. Ruthrauff 1959 Mr. Paul Solomon 1961 Mr. Zachary B. Solomon 1998

In Memory of Christian D. Stehle Mr. Edward R. Stehle

In Memory of H. Herrick Stickney 1968 Mr. John P. Bird 1977

In Memory of Nicholas B. Stroud 2000 Mr. Ethan G. Dubow 2000 Ms. Zoe M. Haydock 2000 Ms. Julia A. McLaughlin 2000

In Memory of Lucy C. Van Limburg Stirum Mr. Tristan J. Van Stirum 2001

In Memory of

Underformers gather to celebrate the graduation of their friends in the class of 2014.

*Member of the Flagler Chapel Society with Annual Fund donations for at least the last 5 consecutive years.

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Taylor W. Vit 2007 Mr. and Mrs. Zaid AlDamlouji Aon Foundation

Ms. Anne M. Ballay Mr. Andrew Belotti and Ms. Mary Lou Politi Mr. Robert R. Calo and Ms. Elizabeth J. Lamade Mr. and Mrs. Drew J. Casertano Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Christie Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cohen Mr. Amit Dhadwal Mr. and Mrs. Adam J. Fischer Ms. Paula Frank Mrs. Cynthia Chace Gray Gulf Coast Community Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrard Holland Ms. Lacy S. Kelly 2007 Mr. and Mrs. Sammi King Dr. and Mrs. Paul E. Kross Mr. and Mrs. David A. Ludwig Mr. Jason A. Ludwig 2007 Mr. James Mahady Mr. Alex J. Marino 2007 Mr. Daniel J. Mascoveta 2007 Mr. and Mrs. David J. Mascoveta Mr. and Mrs. Brian W. Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Mountain Mr. Daniel J. Pallay, DDS Mr. and Mrs. Mark Pulos Mr. Cornelius J. Reid Jr. Ms. Patricia A. Sovich The Frederick & Patricia Supper Foundation Inc. Mr. and Mrs. James Topping Mr. Cameron W. Vit Mr. and Mrs. William P. Vit Mr. Nicholas R. N. Weaver 2007 Mr. William Westwood Mr. Adam D. Zippin 2006 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Zumbano

In Memory of Peter J. Wallace Mrs. Elizabeth L. Masback

In Memory of William A. Woodcock Mr. Michael Thompson


Thank 2013-2014 BOARD OF TRUSTEES Chairman William L. Menard ’78, P ’09, ’12, ’12 Vice Chairman & Treasurer Paul Solomon ’61, P ’98 Secretary Peter Chapman, P ’11, ’12 Treasurer Rick Stuckey, P ’00, ’03, ’09 Headmaster Drew Casertano Members: Francisco Borges ’70 William L. Crossman ’74, P ’09 Cynthia Gray, P ’07, ’11 Robert Hallett William R. Hettinger ’77, P ’01, ’04 Christopher Holbrook ’82, P ’11, ’12, ’14 Robert Koenigsberger, P ’13, ’16 Christina Lang-Assael, P ’15 Tracy Merrill, P ’09, ’11, ’13 Gordon S. Pennoyer ’99 Anne B. Putnam ’95 Bradley Reifler, P ’08, ’10, ’14 Gilbert P. Schafer III ’80 Caroline A. Wamsler ’87 George T. Whalen III, P ’06, ’09, ’10, ’14 Honorary Trustees: Farhnam F. Collins ’53, GP ’17 Lucy P. Cutting, P ’77 David Holbrook ’56, P ’82, ’83, GP ’11, ’12 ’14 Bruce Huber ’47 Thomas Lovejoy ’59, P ’86 Bradford Mills ’44, GP ’03, ’17 Oakleigh Thorne, P ’95

You!

Director of Parent Programs Barbara Gatski Advancement Officer Deborah Vanecek Events Coordinator Betty Siegenthaler Research & Campaign Coordinator Ginny Connolly

Director of the Annual Fund & Alumni/ Constituent Relations Cynthia McWilliams Assistant Director of Advancement Robin Herow

students to succeed and serve in college and beyond. In a community where everyone is known and needed, our curriculum instills • curiosity and a commitment to academic excellence;

Database Manager & Administrative Assistant Bonnie Lodevole

• respect for oneself and for others;

Director of Communications Michelle Blayney

• a moral framework based on personal integrity;

Assistant Director of Communications Dave Osburn

• a commitment to serve as stewards of the natural world;

Communications Assistant Cathy Zeiser Photography and Sports Information Coordinator Kandice Zakarian The individuals and institutions listed in this report made contributions to Millbrook School from the period July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014. We have tried to ensure the accuracy of this report. If there are errors or omissions, please accept our apologies and notify the Office of Development at 845-677-6752. Millbrook School 131 Millbrook School Road Millbrook, NY 12545

Alumni & Development Office 2013-2014

Assistant to the Headmaster for External Affairs Robert Anthony ’65

Millbrook School educates its

Gift Entry Manager & Administrative Assistant Melissa Pastre

Phone: 845-677-8261 Website: www.millbrook.org Director of Advancement Nancy Stahl

Millbrook’s Mission

Editor Michelle Blayney Design Proof Design Photo Credits Cover: Kandice Zakarian. Others: Brett Barry ‘15, Dan Cohen ‘86, Olivia Galli ‘16, Highpoint Pictures, Emily Hoffman ‘14, Tom Honan, Yannis Malevitis, Dave Osburn, Chip Riegel, Jeffrey Totaro, Kandice Zakarian

• a readiness to use one’s knowledge and skills in service to others.

We promote the intellectual, emotional, spiritual, creative, and physical growth that will lead to a life satisfying to the individual and valuable to the greater good.

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