&GOLD THE MAGAZINE FOR MURRAY STATE UNIVERSITY
Drs. Randy and Ronda Dunn, MSU president and first lady, kicked off their Homecoming Saturday with a ride in the traditional parade.
Greetings MSU Alumni and Friends — Even though, like most colleges and universities across the country, we have been challenged fiscally over the past two years, Murray State University remains a strong institution and will continue its tradition of excellence started almost 90 years ago. No doubt, the recent recession created one of the worst economic climates seen in many of our lifetimes and, as a result, our endowments have taken their share of hits during that period given a considerable decline in investment returns. However, given the prudent and foresighted management of our endowment funds by the Murray State University Foundation and its Board of Trustees, in most cases we have been able to maintain the scholarship awards generated by those endowments which are so critical to our students. The investments which you have made — and will continue to make through our HOLD THY BANNER HIGH comprehensive fundraising campaign and beyond — are recovering and on their way back to pre-recession levels. Your gifts — along with their careful stewardship — provide that Murray State will only become stronger and more enduring. Our 2010-11 official enrollment topped 10,400 students — the highest in the history of MSU. In addition to our overall growth of Kentucky students, First Time Freshman enrollments from both Illinois and Tennessee were each up over 20 percent! Too, we are moving into our own as an international university as well, closing in on a goal of 5 percent international enrollment. We continue to add new academic programs as justified by regional need, student interest and resource capacity. The approval of MSU’s inaugural doctorate — the Doctor of Nursing Practice degree — adds another exciting dimension to our level of academic quality. And we continue to grow our region and the Commonwealth through new and expanded partnerships, particularly with K-12 schools and through community development projects. All told, we are in the midst of another momentous term at Murray State University! As I begin my fifth year at MSU, I am just as excited now as I was when I arrived about the potential for further strengthening one of the nation’s greatest regional public institutions and increasing our programs and services. Randy J. Dunn, President Dining at the Hot Pot restaurant in Beijing, China, are President Dunn (center) with colleagues from MSU’s Institute for International Studies (IIS), Dr. Luis Canales (right), IIS director, and Dr. Guangming Zou, director of the English as a Second Language program. Dunn was visiting the People’s Education Press and the Beijing Language and Culture University.
President Dunn takes time each fall semester to meet new students and their parents (and lend a hand) during Freshmen Move-in Day on campus.
Cole honored for leadership in nursing
Shown (from left) MSU President Randy Dunn, Dr. Ruth Cole and Bob Jackson, associate vice president of institutional advancement.
President Randy Dunn and Bob Jackson presented a Resolution of Appreciation to Dr. Ruth Cole on behalf of the MSU board of regents, faculty, staff and students. Cole arrived at Murray State in 1949 as the first director of nursing. She led the process to create the bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) in 1964, which resulted in the first BSN class graduating in 1968. Cole retired in 1977, after serving as chair and professor of nursing, but has continued to give of her time, service and leadership — all of which have proven invaluable to the recent establishment of the MSU school of nursing and the status it holds today.
Front cover: Racer One rounded the corner to the backstretch during the final game of her MSU career — Homecoming 2010 — celebrating with jockey Cristi Caruso one of the touchdowns that led to Murray’s 72-59 win over Missouri State. Photo taken by Art Cripps.
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Office of development staff are (front row, from left) Tina Bernot and Jennie Rottinghaus (‘84); (second row) Melanie Ellingsworth (‘92, ‘93), Linda Myhill and Nancy Williams; (third row) Ann Herr, Misty Williams (‘97), Rita Cherry (‘03), Jamie Haynes (‘99) and Raquel Armstrong; (fourth row) Rachel Foley (‘03), Stephen Crouch (‘05), Abby Miller (‘07, ‘08) and Carol Brunn (‘89); and (top row) Bob Jackson (‘85) and Paul Radke. Not pictured are Sandy Garfinkel and Linda Moore (‘79).
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Students work with worldâ€™s top equestrians during WEG in Lexington
Shown are four MSU students enjoying their time at the World Equestrian Games held at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. They are (from left) Kelsey Humble, Kelli Kamous, Madison Selstad and Kara Evans. (WEG photos courtesy of Kara Evans.)
wenty-one students traveled to Lexington, Ky., to represent Murray State University at the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games. The students volunteered for six days in the Equine Village and had the opportunity to work alongside some of the most accomplished horses and riders in the industry. Most of the students worked in the Equine Village as barn stewards, performing tasks such as assisting with 2
horse transfers, holding horses, helping with crowd control, checking credentials at barn entrances, overseeing horse safety, and arena set-up and tear-down. Students worked one of two shifts daily and were free to go anywhere on the grounds while they were not working. Sue Robinson, equestrian team coach and lecturer in the school of agriculture, and Paul Radke, director of development for the school of agriculture, worked together
to coordinate the volunteer opportunity for the students. With a primary aim to keep costs low for the volunteers from Murray State, Robinson found MSU alumni and friends who were willing to open their homes to the students during the games. The opportunity was a great experience that allowed students to gain contacts and experience in the equine industry, Robinson noted.
More World Equestrian Games moments Dr. Sonya Baker, assistant dean of the college of humanities and fine arts and associate professor of music, participated in the Opening Ceremony for the World Equestrian Games. Baker sang with the American Spiritual Ensemble. Most recently, Baker was a guest on Renee Shaw’s PBS program, Connections. Murray State University’s Telecommunications Systems Management (TSM) program created a communication system for the WEG. TSM built a system to provide communications support at the games. The system is unique because of the wide range of data sources and applications it can integrate with, including cameras for multiple sites around the area, weather service data, traffic flow systems, and event planning and information databases as needed.
IEW “Crossing Borders” MSU’s International Education Week featured traditional events such as the International Bazaar and special cuisine. Global Alumni Distinguished Lecture Series speakers were Martyn Brewer ‘83 and Sean Finnegan ‘92. During the keynote, “30 Mosques,” Aman Ali and Bassam Tariq discussed their visits to 30 mosques in 30 states.
CMT Countdown at Murray State
Murray State University was featured on a recent episode of Top 20 Countdown on CMT (Country Music Television). The campus was the site of a concert with Miranda Lambert, Eric Church and Josh Kelley. CMT staffers spent two days in Murray filming around the community and on campus. Local and university footage served as backdrops for interviews and segues between music videos. Lambert’s CMT Revolution tour concert in MSU’s CFSB Center was an event of the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games Festival in Kentucky.
Taylor chosen for Grecian journey MSU student and Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity member Travis Taylor took a 10-day journey, The Tragos Quest, through Greece this summer. He was one of 16 selected from a pool of almost 15,000 for the study abroad program. Taylor, who is from Murray, traveled with fellow undergraduate members of Sigma Phi Epsilon, alumni mentors and faculty.
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Costa Rica lures incoming MSU freshmen
ncoming freshmen this year had the opportunity to choose between the same old summer vacation or to earn college credit in a foreign country thanks to Murray State’s new course, Study Abroad 101: Costa Rica. Developed by Shawn Smee, director, and Amanda Carter, coordinator, both in the office of recruitment, and Melanie McCallon, associate director of education abroad, the program is designed to be more than a recruiting tool. “We hoped that it would postively influence their decision to attend MSU, but we also wanted it to lead students to participate in future study abroad programs,” Carter said. “The fact that this program is specifically for high school students who have just graduated and are planning to attend MSU in the fall makes it unique,” Carter noted. According to Carter, Murray is among a select number of universities to offer a summer study abroad program for high school students. Carter and McCallon led a group of 30 students on the inaugural trip. “I think it was an invaluable experience for them to have before college,” Carter said, noting the opportunity for the students to bond with each other. 4
Costa Rica trip gets a blog The International Higher Education Consulting Blog (IHEC) put the spotlight on Murray State’s Costa Rica program in August. Melanie McCallon hosted a video blog explaining the idea behind the new program and discussed plans for the upcoming Study Abroad 101: Panama, as well as plans for potential destinations such as Germany and Iceland. IHEC provides timely news and informational pieces that are of interest to both the international education and public diplomacy communities.
MSU professor lends his expertise to creation of Iraqi university
One of Murray State University’s own is seeing the groundbreaking work being done to construct a new university in the Kurdish region of Iraq. Dr. Michael Basile, professor in the college of education and former director of MSU’s Institute for International Studies, is helping to develop civil institutions within the region. “For about 15 years I have been working with a colleague, Salah Aziz, an Iraqi Kurd, who was a member of the Florida State-Florida A&M universities college of engineering faculty, to assist Kurdish people,” Basile said. Basile and Aziz were on the board of a non-governmental organization working under grants from the U.S. National Endowment for Democracy to help develop civil society institutions in Iraqi Kurdistan. Last year, Aziz moved to the city of Sulaymani in Northern Iraqi Kurdistan full time to establish a new higher education institution, the Kurdistan University of Science and Technology. “As the new university’s president, Aziz asked me to serve on their first board of trustees,” Basile said. So far, Basile has worked on trying to establish a new English language acquisition program similar to the ESL (English as a Second Language) program at Murray State. He said the curriculum for the Kurdish university will be entirely in English. Dr. Michael Morgan of MSU’s TESOL program (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and Dr. Dannie Harrison, former dean of the MSU college of business, are assisting in their respective areas, Basile said. With Basile working so closely with the development of this new school, Murray State’s curriculum and student life could very
Shown are Dr. Michael Basile, MSU professor and trustee of the Kurdistan University of Science and Technology (KUST), and others associated with the new Iraqi university (from left): Dr. Salah Aziz, KUST president; Abdulaziz Alsebail, professor and Deputy Minister of Culture, Saudi Arabia; local investor and chairman of Halabja Group, Halabja, Iraqi Kurdistan (name unknown); Peter Garretson, history professor, Florida State University; Basile; and Kamal Tawfiq, chairman of the department of civil engineering, FSU-Florida A&M universities. The statue behind them depicts a Kurdish mother and her child who lay dying from gassing. It commemorates the 1996 deaths by chemical gas of 5,000+ Kurdish men, women and children by the Sadam Hussein regime. well influence the new university. “I would hope that initially, at least, our further advice for development of their English acquisition program would be requested and as their curriculum is developed, faculty and staff are brought on and student life accommodations are established, MSU would have a continuing role to play,” he said. “The university is in its formative stages and I expect opportunities for further involvements will present themselves.”
Did you know? Sarah Kelty, an MSU student from Louisville, Ky., has added to her résumé with her selection as the Louisville Youth Ambassador, traveling to New York City this summer for the Outdoor Nation Youth Summit and Festival in Central Park. The summit brought together young Americans from across the country for the first time to reclaim, redefine and rediscover the outdoors. Kelty’s interest in the outdoors has led her to travel in Costa Rica, Mexico and to the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. 5
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(Above) MSU students show their spirit in the place to be — Waterfield Library. (At left) The Racer Writing Center in Waterfield Library.
MSU libraries — giving ‘em what they want
omedian Red Skelton once said, “Well, it only proves what they always say — give the people what they want, and they’ll come out for it.” He wasn’t talking about Murray State’s Waterfield Library, but he could have been. Murray State’s library is continually evolving to stay relevant to students and to provide them with the resources they need to complement their classroom learning. Visits to the libraries on campus increased by 104,441 to a total of 490,388 during the 2009-10 school year. Put another way, Adam Murray, dean of university libraries at MSU, said, “Given our regular door counts of 3,500 visits per day during the semesters, three additional days would have put our total door count at half a million. This was indeed a record.” Visitors to the library don’t always walk through the doors. The library website was accessed 405,000 times from 108 countries. Database searches topped one million for a whopping increase from the past year of 136,437. 6
Text-a-Librarian garners 50-75 questions per month. Students hoping to check out one of the iPads from Waterfield can practice patience — there is a waiting list through February — and Kindles regularly move from one student user to another. One of the newest initiatives is the Racer Writing Center, established through funding from MSU alumnus Jesse D. Jones, which opened this fall. The center provides undergraduates with one-on-one instruction from graduate students on all aspects of writing across the disciplines. “The center is seeing incredible use for its first semester in existence. It is not uncommon for all sessions to be booked a few weeks in advance,” Murray explained. And the small things count, too. A simple move of the Information Desk to the front of Waterfield Library increased questions answered by 40 percent. Want to learn more about MSU’s libraries? Visit online at lib.murraystate.edu.
Program at MSU is one of fewer than 20 accredited programs in the United States
MSU’s engineering physics program receives reaccreditation from national accreditation board Dr. Stephen Cobb, dean of the college of science, engineering and technology at Murray State University, received notification from ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology) that the engineering physics program received full and complete reaccreditation following the evaluation visit last year. The engineering physics program at MSU is one of fewer than 20 accredited programs in the U.S. In addition, Cobb said, “It is the only free-standing accredited engineering program at a regional comprehensive university in Kentucky.” Dr. Ted Thiede, chair of the department of engineering and physics, explained that other colleges and universities that offer similar degrees often have applied physics programs working in conjunction with a larger engineering college. “Our program is an engineering program that focuses on applying fundamental science to current engineering problems where traditional disciplines like mechanical and electrical engineering overlap,” he noted. For students graduating with a degree from this accredited program, it is a seal of quality that those in the field recognize,
Thiede said. It also means that program graduates may pursue licensure as professional engineers in Kentucky. The engineering physics program at MSU has approximately 100 students and is led by eight faculty members. The program prepares students for careers in high-tech fields with excellent salaries and opportunities for advancement.
Did you know? Murray State University student Hunter York from Hardin, Ky., showed off his skill with words and phrases on the long-running TV game show Wheel of Fortune. He was the big winner, earning $24,000+ and a trip to Hawaii. York is a junior chemistry/pre-medicine major.
When it rains, it’s porous Sorting out the good while reducing the bad
Some trash can have a second life thanks to Murray State’s single-stream recycling process. “A single-stream recycling process outsources trash from sites on campus into a single stream rather than sorting,” said Wayne Harper, director for grounds and building services. MSU’s trash is collected, baled and sent to ORS Recycling in Nashville, Tenn. The bales go to conveyor belts to be sorted there for recycling. Any remaining garbage is sent to landfills. The single-stream process is a step toward a goal of recycling 50 percent of the solid waste at the university.
Murray State University is improving the environment by using special pavement for parking lots. Most recently, a second parking lot, located west of the Science Campus, was constructed using porous pavement. The new material reduces the risk of flooding, improves storm water quality in streams and recharges the goundwater table. Water soaks right into the pavement on the porous lots. The first lot on campus was constructed near Sparks Hall in 2004. “We have been observing it for six years to see how it would hold up and it’s working very well,” said Kim Oatman, chief facilities officer and director of facilities design and construction. “Murray State has been able to maintain this environmentallyfriendly pavement without any major problems.” For more information on porous paving, go online at www.greenworks.tv/stormwater/porouspavement.htm. 7
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Olympic superstar medalist gives lecture at MSU
ackie Joyner-Kersee, six-time Olympic medalist and one of the greatest athletes of all time, visited Murray State in October to talk about her life as an athlete and philanthropist. In addition to her Olympic recognition, JoynerKersee was voted Female Athlete of the 20th Century by Sports Illustrated for Women and one of the 50 Greatest Athletes by ESPN. She is the first woman to win back-to-back gold medals in the heptathalon event, the first woman to score 7,000 points in the event and the first American woman to win an Olympic gold medal in the long jump. Joyner-Kersee participated in four Olympic Games — 1984, 1988, 1992 and 1996 — winning medals in all. “You have to have a dream, be persistent and know and work on your weaknesses so you can be one of the best,” Joyner-Kersee said. Part of that dream included giving back to the community and began by asking sponsors to set aside money for her foundation or general community service. She parlayed her Olympic fame into helping her hometown area of East St. Louis/St. Louis. She champions bringing awareness to asthma issues, education and healthy lifestyles and opened the Jackie Joyner-Kersee Center in 2000 as a safe haven for young people to learn, play and give back to their community. The center serves thousands of families and youth in the metropolitan St. Louis area.
Physical fitness advocate Jackie Joyner-Kersee met members of the Murray Swim Bike Run Triathlete Club during her visit to campus. Shown are (from left) Bill Elder, Scott Sivills, Joe Santiago, Joyner-Kersee and Jim Carter. 8
Renee Shaw, visited Murray State to tape an interview for KET’s Connections with Olympic medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee (right). (Below) The state-of-the-art Susan E. Bauernfeind Wellness Center on campus is used by MSU students, alumni, faculty and staff, as well as the Murray State-
sponsored Swim Bike Run Club.
Johnson making Seoul music in Korea Dennis L. Johnson, director of bands and symphony orchestra at Murray State, was invited to give master classes and serve as the principal guest conductor for the first Korean International Wind Band Festival in Seoul this fall. The festival was created as a commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the Korean War and the celebration of the recapture of the city during that conflict. The festival also called attention to the site of the G20 Summit. Johnson has shared his expertise around the world, including Great Britain, Italy, Hungary and Taiwan.
Kentucky Afield, outdoor show on KET, recently featured Murray students
Murray State University students are lending a hand to the Kentucky Division of Fisheries in restoring a once common fish in the Purchase region, the alligator gar. They are assisting in a twoyear program to restore the species to its native west Kentucky. In the current phase of the study, the gar will have a transmitter implanted in order to track their movement and feeding preferences. Popular KET television show Kentucky Afield covered both the plight of the alligator gar and the role of MSU students in the effort. Kentucky Afield is a production of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. It is the longest continuously running outdoor television show in the nation.
Kentucky business magazine, The Lane Report, featured MSU’s music business program in an article in its Oct. 2010 issue. “Mixing Business with Pleasure” delved into the program that “offers students a unique blend of musical performance education and training on how to handle the business end of a career in music.” Felicia Gammon is a music business student at Murray State and an intern at WKMS-FM, MSU’s National Public Radio station.
Official Fall 2010 enrollment figures show over three percent growth at Murray State University Enrollment growth is clearly evident at Murray State University with the release of final Fall 2010 student numbers. Official figures submitted to the Council on Postsecondary Education (CPE) indicate a final total enrollment at MSU of 10,416 students. Last year’s official count was 10,078. “Our enrollment number as submitted to the CPE is indicative of the efforts and priorities we have placed on the growth and development of student-centered degree programs,” said Dr. Randy Dunn, president of Murray State University. “While enrollment growth is an important measure of success, growth also allows us to better embrace new models of innovation to more fully serve our students, region and beyond in the coming years.” “The Fall 2010 enrollment figures are encouraging and are a reflection of everyone’s hard work,” said Fred Dietz, executive director of enrollment management. “Our ability to offer a quality education at an affordable price is being noticed by more and more students within the region, but also nationally and internationally.”
Wallace & Gromit bring their quirky humor to West Kentucky Wallace & Gromit visited with Dr. Bob Lochte, chair of MSU’s department of journalism and mass communications, earlier this year for an episode of their new series Wallace & Gromit’s World of Invention. World-renowned inventor Wallace and his sidekick and camera dog, Gromit, host the series in the basement of 62 West Wallaby Street where they take a look at some real-life inventions. The BBC One series episode featuring Lochte, “Come to Your Senses,” aired across the pond on Nov. 24. During filming, they explored with Lochte an invention of Murray native Nathan B. Stubblefield, asking the question, “Did Stubblefield invent the wireless telephone more than 100 years ago?” Lochte is a noted expert on the experiments of Stubblefield and aided a production crew from Aardman Animations, the British company that produces Wallace & Gromit, in building and testing a replica of Stubblefield’s 1902 earth conduction wireless telephone system. First billed as radio, Lochte’s research indicates that Stubblefield’s invention may have actually been closer to today’s cell phones. But did the replica work for Wallace and his companion, Gromit? Yes, and it was a “cracking good job!” 9
S U C C ESS West Kentucky AgBioworks leading agricultural development in the region
unding has been secured to develop a West Kentucky Farmer Network to serve as an entry point for introducing new crops and technology to the region’s farmers and as a springboard for the formation of new farmer cooperatives and rural processing ventures. The Farmer Network is a part of the West Kentucky AgBioworks™ Initiative, based at MSU’s Regional Business and Innovation Center (in partnership with the school of agriculture). WKAgBioworks has relationships with leading companies developing genetics and equipment and technology providers, and is leveraging these activities into ongoing field trials, technology adoption and development of farmer/forester-based businesses. “The evolving field of renewable agrienergy has truly ushered in a new era in agriculture — an era in which we need to be informed and provide leadership ... to enhance the agricultural, educational, economical
and cultural opportunities for the people of our service region," said Dr. Tony Brannon, dean of the school of agriculture.
Prepping students for college readiness
urray State President Randy J. Dunn joined college and university presidents from across Kentucky in signing a resolution pledging their commitment to be full partners with the Kentucky Department of Education in preparing high school graduates to be college and career ready. Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear expressed the administration’s support for ongoing work to implement Senate Bill 1, which calls for P-12 and higher education systems to work more closely to improve college readiness levels. Governor Steven Beshear declared September 2010 as Kentucky’s College and Career Readiness Month. The goal is to reduce by 50 percent the number of recent high school graduates entering college not prepared for credit-bearing coursework, and to increase graduation rates of postsecondary students with college readiness needs. MSU has a number of programs in place already, but joining those is a new initiative through the generosity of Robbie and Lisa (‘79 B.S., ‘91 M.S.N.) Rudolph of Murray. The Rudolphs are making available $100,000+ to fund the Four Rivers Scholarship Program and to provide college readiness programs through partner schools, including Murray State. Each high school in the targeted counties of Carlisle, Hickman and Fulton has designed its own academy to fit student needs.
Carter named executive committee officer for Friends of KET
im Carter, MSU vice president for institutional advancement, was recently named president-elect of the Friends of KET board of directors. A volunteer network, the board assists in the advancement of KET’s mission in a number of ways, including advocacy on behalf of KET’s programs and services, promotion of KET in their own communities, and strengthening KET’s financial support. Each person on the board represents a geographical area of the state and serves as a liaison in those counties. Carter led the effort and has been a tireless advocate in linking Murray State activities to KET programming. The partnership between MSU and KET began several years ago when Carter and KET officials worked together to bring KET2 to West Kentucky and MSU TV-11 programming to the state. That early endeavor led to such programs as The Holidays at Murray State University: The Sights, The Sounds, The Season, which airs in December for the seventh consecutive year. The syndicated Holidays 2009 special reached 25 million households across the country. In addition to providing various events throughout the year to KET for broadcast, Murray State’s Roundabout U television series airs weekly on KET and The Kentucky Channel. Carter co-hosts the show with Sarah Clark, a 2010 MSU graduate.
Did you know? Murray State University has been recognized over the past semester with a number of independent rankings that attest to the school’s quality, value and success. Most recently, according to data supplied by the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS – 2008-09), MSU had the highest six-year graduation rate of all the regional public universities in Kentucky. In addition, Murray also saw the highest increase in its six-year graduation rate since 2000 of all the regional publics in the state. Murray State was recognized for the 20th consecutive year as one of the best schools in the country. Once again, Murray is the top-ranked Kentucky regional public university in the 2011 U.S.News & World Report’s America’s Best Colleges guide. Murray State is 22nd in the South among private and public schools and is the 12th top public university in the nation, both in the Master’s/Comprehensive category. MSU is in seventh place among the top public universities in the South. The university was also rated a “Military Friendly School” by G.I.Jobs magazine for the support and flexibility it offers military students, as well accreditations held by the school and its degree options. Forbes placed MSU on its “America’s Best Colleges” listing and rated the university a “Best College Buy” for its quality and affordability/value.
MSU to host 2011 national fishing tournament Murray State’s campus and Kentucky Lake will provide the perfect backdrop for the 2011 National Guard FLW College Fishing National Championship. The university has moved forward from hosting the regional championship in 2009 to hosting the national tournament in April 2011. With Kentucky and Barkley lakes nearby and Murray’s own bass fishing team’s success in FLW Outdoors tournaments, MSU is a perfect fit for the national championship. For more information on National Guard FLW Collegiate fishing tournaments, go online at CollegeFishing.com.
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e blinks. He talks, moves and breathes. His heart beats, his pupils dilate. He sweats, cries and even bleeds. But he’s no ordinary patient. Simon (Sim-Man 3G), the latest in patient simulator technology has become a core part of teaching and learning in the college of health sciences and human services (HSHS). Few schools in the nation utilize simulation with multidisciplinary programs like HSHS does. The college is on the cutting edge with technology and innovation in its classrooms and beyond. This wireless technology is used across disciplines in the college to give “real world” experiences to students in a variety of situations and majors. Simon has had a rough semester so far — he’s been a rescued victim in a fall scenario for an on-campus class, has had CPR performed on him by the EMT class and has been treated for injuries sustained in the woods while camping. But his bad luck is good for MSU students as they learn how to respond in emergency situations. In addition to Simon, HSHS also has RealBabies — interactive infants who react to their care as well as those with specific medical conditions such as shaken baby syndrome and fetal substance abuse health issues. (At left) Students practice emergency response skills on injured camper Simon. (Below) Simon goes into cardiac arrest, allowing students to perfect their CPR training.
Hands-on experience a plus for students Dr. Anthony Ortmann and his students were in Cadiz, Ky., this fall to locate unmarked African-American burial plots. The Cadiz Renaissance on Main program has as one of its first objectives upgrades to the East End Cemetery. The cemetery contains a number of graves without markers and no identification available. A group marker is planned for the area. Ortmann, an assistant professor in the department of geosciences at MSU, and five students from his Geophysical Survey Applications to Archaeology class used ground-penetrating radar to locate individual graves.
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Of course, real children are a different story from RealBabies. Real children develop through human involvement — with each other and caring adults. HSHS plays an important role in that as well with after-school programming from MSU students for kids at Murray Elementary. The college students offer fun activities through the ReCharge! initiative that was developed with the NFL. Children in second through sixth grade learn about good nutrition and activity habits. 12
Doctor of nursing practice a first at MSU A proposal to create a doctor of nursing practice (DNP) in the school of nursing was recently approved by the MSU board of regents. The program will benefit health care in Kentucky, the surrounding region and the nation. DNP will enhance the visibility of nursing to potential students, and will assist in securing grants and contracts and attracting highly qualified faculty to MSU. For nursing student graduates, doctorallevel training will open up employment opportunities in health care and teaching. An anticipated start date for the new doctoral program is August 2012.
MSU’s Hassan tapped as international expert on Ethiopian economics
When the Ethiopian government unexpectedly devalued its currency by 20 percent Sept. 1, news agencies and businesses around the world looked to an expert in the field to explain the situation. Many sought Dr. Seid Hassan, professor of economics at Murray State. A college of business faculty member since 1992, Hassan’s teaching content includes global economic issues and international trade. A native Ethiopian, Hassan shared his expertise in publications and on websites, radio and television in North America, Europe and Africa during September and October.
Did you know? Murray student Christopher Bryant won second place from the National Association of Broadcasters Education Foundation competition for his television public service announcement on “What freedom of speech means to me.” His winning entry can be viewed online at www.nabef.org/initiatives/2010FOS.asp. The American Humanics/Youth and Nonprofit Leadership program at Murray State set a national student enrollment record for 2009-10 with 514 students, and has led the nation in student enrollment for 19 consecutive years. AH/YNL has received 35 local awards and 10 national awards, and has generated more than $1,744,000 through fundraising, grants and scholarships to address campus and community needs. 13
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Hoping to dance again
After a 2009-10 season that saw the Racers win a record 31 games and the program’s first win in the NCAA Tournament since 1988, MSU is ready for another great season in 2010-11. Led by senior guards B.J. Jenkins, Virginia Beach, Va., and Isacc Miles, Kansas City, Mo., the Racers were voted the top team in the Ohio Valley Conference Preseason Poll. The Racers pushed their home-winning streak (fourthbest in the nation) to 21 straight with early wins over ETSU and Reinhardt. Early tests for MSU included play in the 76 Classic Tournament in Anaheim, Calif., where the Racers came out on top against Stanford in the opening round and played competitive games with UNLV and Oklahoma State. The Racers have won 21 OVC regular season championships and 14 OVC Tournament titles.
MSU women golfers lead big wins
The MSU women’s golf team had back-to-back wins in October when freshman Alexandra Lennartsson and senior Caroline Lagerborg, both from Sweden, claimed individual titles at Arkansas State and Austin Peay, leading their team to a second-place finish at ASU and first place at APSU. The team will be trying for a third straight OVC Championship in April.
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The Murray State football team made history on Homecoming as the Racers broke 25 school, Ohio Valley Conference and FCS records in a thrilling 72-59 victory over Missouri State. In what was the highest scoring game in FCS history, MSU amassed 816 yards of total offense in overcoming a pair of double-digit deficits. Quarterback Casey Brockman, Murray, Ky., went 32-for-41 for a school-record 570 yards and seven touchdowns. His favorite target was Marcus Harris, North St. Louis, Mo., who caught nine passes for 213 yards and a record five touchdowns. Also, running back Mike Harris, Broken Arrow, Okla., rushed 30 times for 212 yards and two scores. The trio made history as the they made MSU the only school in FCS history to have a 500-yard passer, 200-yard receiver and a 200-yard rusher.
After a 2009-10 campaign riddled with injuries, the MSU women’s basketball team will have a new challenge in 2010-11 with no seniors on the roster. Junior Rachael Isom, one of two returning starters, joins nine returning players. Isom, of Cleveland, Tenn., averaged 11.9 points and 3.3 rebounds per game last year. Rachael Isom
Senior Becca Lamb, of Highland, Ill., became the ninth member of the 1,000 Kill Club at MSU and finished her career with 1,152 kills. Fellow senior Ashley Nenninger (Marble Hill, Mo.) also joined the club during the semifinals of the 2010 OVC Championship, ending her career with 1,020. This marks the second time in school history that two Racers accomplished the feat in the same season.
RSEC gets a new name — now CFSB Center Murray State University’s Regional Special Events Center (RSEC) is now known as the CFSB Center, thanks to the largest gift in Murray State athletics history. CFSB (Community Financial Services Bank) donated $3.3 million to MSU’s athletic program securing naming rights of the facility. The opportunity to secure naming rights for the arena has been a priority of the Hold Thy Banner High: The Campaign for the Students of Murray State University from the start. “The commitment that CFSB has made will have a dramatic impact on our program, especially men’s and women’s basketball,” said Allen Ward, director of athletics. “The entire team of CFSB employee-owners and directors are excited to partner with Murray State University in promoting this awesome facility, the CFSB Center,” said Betsy Flynn, president and CEO of CFSB. “MSU is such an important economic and cultural factor in our region, we are proud to be a part of the vibrant Murray and Purchase region community. “As an employee- and local stockholder-owned independent bank, our mission statement is to ‘create value for our customers, community, team owners and stockholders,’ and we know this is one avenue that we can give back to the valued communities that we serve. We thank MSU for giving us this opportunity to contribute and thanks to our many valued customers who enabled our success to support our area,” Flynn noted. “Thanks also to our marketing director, Jeremy Rose, for the original idea for this partnership and diligently working with the fine MSU staff including Allen Ward, Bob Jackson, Jim Carter and President Randy Dunn, along with the board of regents to get this accomplished,” concluded Flynn. “I want to thank Betsy Flynn, Jeremy Rose, the CFSB executive board and the many people who were involved in seeing this gift come to fruition,” Dr. Randy Dunn, president of Murray State University, said. “In the coming months, I’ll be working with Dr. Dunn and the administration to firm up our plans on facility enhancements we hope to make as a result of this gift,” said Ward. “Without question, the investment that CFSB has made will make a noticeable and lasting impression on our program.” 15
G I V I N G
Murray State University college of education receives largest gift in its history
$1.3 million gift from the estate of Selman and Katherine Franzman in honor of their daughter, Barbara Sue Franzman Beasley, will create two endowments that benefit students entering Murray State University’s college of education in the fall of 2011. The gift is the largest received to date by Murray State’s college of education. The university announced the creation of two scholarship funds from these endowments for incoming 2011 freshmen in the college of education. The Katherine Franzman Scholarship will support scholarships for incoming freshmen who declare a major within the college of education. In addition, the Selman Franzman Scholarship will support the recruitment of freshmen into the college of education who declare elementary education as a major. The beneficiaries of these scholarships will be known as the Franzman Scholars; the scholarships can be renewed if qualifying criteria are met annually. Beasley graduated from Murray State University with a bachelor of science degree in elementary education in 1960. This training prepared her for a distinguished career in elementary
education that spanned 29 years as an educator at Greenwood Elementary School in Louisville, Ky. After an extended illness and upon her death in April, existing trust agreements provided for these endowments to create scholarships for future teachers attaining their educations at Murray State University. “These endowments provide a permanent legacy for Mr. and Mrs. Franzman to honor Barbara’s memory and her love of teaching and Murray State University,” said Dr. Renee Campoy, interim dean of the college of education. “The extent of this support indicates that Barbara Beasley remembered her own experience at Murray State, realized that we could continue her legacy of excellent teaching, and wanted to provide an education to permit Kentucky students to experience the
same fulfilling and distinguished career in education as her own.” Dr. Randy Dunn, MSU president, said the gift will allow the university to recruit Kentucky students who aspire to become teachers and help them achieve their goals. “There is not a greater calling than that of a classroom teacher,” said Dunn. “We are deeply grateful to the Franzman family for their vision in advancing the future of education in the Commonwealth.”
As of Nov. 1, 2010
Murray State school of agriculture receives $1,000,000 gift
Cindy Hutson donates 160-acre farm in memory of her late husband, Dan C. Hutson II One of the largest gifts in the school of agriculture’s history comes from Cindy Hutson, a 1990 graduate of Murray State University, who generously donated a 160acre farm to MSU for use as a research and laboratory facility for students and faculty. Hutson’s gift was made in memory of her late husband, Dan C. Hutson II. “I am very pleased to assist Murray State and make this gift in memory of Dan,” she said. “Dan loved Murray State University and would be very pleased to help advance the school of agriculture in this way. My vision is to provide a farm that will be a beneficial addition to MSU in order to help educate and train the next generation of agribusiness leaders throughout this region.” “The generosity of donors like Cindy continues to amaze me,” Dr. Randy J. Dunn, MSU president, said. “This gift will not only benefit our university for years to come, but
will certainly magnify Dan Hutson’s love for Murray State and the school of agriculture.” The Calloway County farm, appraised at approximately $1,000,000, is just three miles from campus, making the location ideal for student access. “This is another great day for MSU agriculture. In fact, it is the beginning of a new era,” said Dr. Tony Brannon, dean of the school of agriculture. “The acquisition of a new university farm laboratory has been our top priority since 2005. This donation ... expands our learning laboratory to train the next generation of agriculturalists.” Dan, a 1977 alumnus, proved himself one of the most successful graduates to ever come out of Murray State. He started Hutson Ag Services while still a student, then expanded his family’s Hutson Company (bulk fertilizer/chemicals) and launched Hutson’s Grain.
In 1990, Dan became president of Hutson Company and added Hutson Ag Equipment with a John Deere dealership to the portfolio. He later sold all but the John Deere enterprise. At the time of his death in June 2008, he had the fourth largest John Deere franchise in the U.S. Bob Jackson, associate vice president for institutional advancement, expressed his appreciation for the support of the Hutson family. “We are deeply grateful to Cindy for this generous and transformational gift to the school of agriculture in memory of Dan,” he said. “There is no family in this region that is more synonymous with agriculture than the Hutson family. For generations the Hutson family has worked to advance agriculture in this region, and this gift will create a permanent legacy that will assist in the education of students for many years to come.”
ACRES (Agriculture Campaign for
Shown from left are Cindy Hutson with her family members Alison Mello (daughter), Sue Hutson (mother-in-law), Annie Foreman (daughter), Stan Foreman (son-in-law), and granddaughters Aidan and Audri Mello.
Research and Education of Students) was initiated to raise $1.5 million to acquire a new farm and improvements. ACRES received an initial startup gift from alumnus, Bill Garrett ’49, in late 2009, which proved to be the catalyst that moved the campaign forward, ultimately leading to the Hutson donation. Garrett has also made a generous planned gift. Other major gifts to the campaign include $7,500 from agriculture alumni through the Annual Fund, $25,000 from Jackson Purchase ACA and $37,803 from the Ag Leadership Council representing MSU’s agriculture students. 17
G I V I N G DID YOU KNOW? MSU alumnus, Dr. Jesse D. Jones ‘64, in partnership with the department of English and philosophy and the university libraries at MSU, has established the Racer Writing Center through a significant donation. Through the Racer Writing Center, Jones is providing undergraduates with one-onone instruction from graduate students on all aspects of writing. The center, located in Waterfield Library, is supporting students by assisting them with their writing in all disciplines: research essays, analysis papers, creative writing, proposals and theses, scientific reports, letters and application essays, and business writing. The Richardson Family Fund for Excellence in Accounting was established by Sina and the late Bethel Richardson in September 2008, and is continuing to assist Murray State students in their pursuit of obtaining a degree in accounting. Both Sina and Bethel Richardson attended Murray State during the 1940s. In December 1954, Bethel established the firm of Bethel Richardson CPA in Murray, whick later became Richardson & Trevathan CPAs. Sina worked at the firm as well. Bethel also taught several accounting classes at MSU and three of their children are MSU graduates. The endowment was established because of the Richardsons’ love for Murray State and their strong desire to assist students at MSU in obtaining an education to prepare them for a career in the field of accounting. In the mid 1970s, Ruth Anne Crafton explored Murray State’s campus with sketch pad in hand. As a student, she drew and painted some of her favorite study spots, hangout joints and popular places on campus. Crafton, a 1976 graduate, worked as an artist/ graphic artist until her death in 1991. Crafton’s love of art and her determined spirit inspired her friends and family to establish the 18
Ruth Anne Crafton Memorial Scholarship in support of art students in her honor. Ruth Anne’s mother, Elonda Crafton, died in March 2009 and left a generous donation of $20,000 to the fund through her estate in memory of her daughter.
Bob Head, retired chair of the MSU department of art and one of Ruth Anne’s former instructors, with Elonda Crafton
Family financial restraints kept the late Paul E. Porter from pursuing a secondary education as a child, but the hard-working Navy veteran of World War II never forgot the value of higher education. Because of the love that Porter and his late wife, Jean, had for education, Paul decided to establish the Paul E. and Jean Reeves Porter Memorial Scholarship for graduates of Crittenden County or Livingston County high schools (Ky.) who are pursuing a degree at Murray State. Dr. Garth Petrie and his wife, Dr. Pat Petrie, of Middleburg, Fla., have donated $100,000 to Murray State University to establish a scholarship to benefit graduates of a high school in Todd or Carlisle counties (Ky.) who are preparing for careers in education. Garth ‘60, ‘62 and Pat ‘62 are Murray State graduates. Garth was also an MSU faculty member for more than 20 years in the college of education. The Petries named the scholarship the Robert and Dolly Parton Petrie Endowed Scholarship for Education after Garth’s parents who were steadfast educators who enjoyed long and successful careers in their field. Robert served 45 Robert and Dolly Petrie years as a teacher and a principal in both Bardwell and Cunningham, Ky. Dolly taught for more than 30 years in Carlisle County, Ky. Robert and Dolly were also graduates of Murray State University, 1957 and 1960, respectively.
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> It starts with the students Dunker’s Challenge is a student giving initiative designed to encourage them to give back to their university while they are still attending. Beginning their philanthropy early will help strengthen alumni support as these students become the next generation of donors. Proceeds from Dunker’s Challenge will be placed in the general scholarship fund. Open from Sept. 1, 2010-April 1, 2011, the challenge will culminate in an announcement of scholarship winners at the Annual All-Campus Sing event in April.
Spotlight A 20+ year Donor Annual gifts are vital to MSU as we enhance academic programs, provide scholarships and advance the university’s mission. We are fortunate to have thousands of loyal alumni and friends who support Murray State each year. Philip Back ’60, ’64, is an alumnus who has given back to MSU for 22 consecutive years. Back came to Murray as a farm boy. As a student on campus, he was involved in Greek life, as well as being a student athlete. He graduated with a B.S. in physical education and mathematics, along with a master’s degree in education. Back retired as the superintendent of Heritage Christian Academy in Hopkinsville, Ky. He gratefully recalls the acceptance and help he received as a Racer. “I don’t know where I would be without MSU. I’m just trying to return what I received as a student,” he said. Through the years Back’s annual giving has supported MSU in many different ways, one of which is a scholarship to help support future MSU graduates who are pursuing a career in education. One of Back’s greatest memories was watching his own son walk across the stage to receive his MSU diploma. Philip Back is a great testament to all those who continue to support MSU, large or small, one time or year after year.
To be a part of MSU’s comprehensive campaign, go online at www.murraystate.edu/campaign.
he 1922 Society is a new giving society created to build an alumni legacy scholarship endowment and to honor the school’s history and founders while building for the future at Murray State University. With just a “word-ofmouth” approach to introduce the society, there are 66 members already and the roster continues to grow every day. For a contribution of $1,922 ($34 per month) to the 1922 Society, donors will receive a commemorative legacy brick that will be permanently placed in the new 1922 Society walk. This special area for 1922 Society recognition will be created in front of the Jesse L. Jones Family Clock Tower and will create a walkway circle in the grand lawn of the new Science Campus. Membership to this society is payable over five years. The 1922 Society’s goal is to endow a $2 million scholarship fund for children and grandchildren of Murray State alumni. Will you be the next to help honor future generations of Murray State Racers? As the society moves forward, the legacy of not only Murray State University, but the legacies of those who have come before will forever be the building blocks of this university. To learn more about the 1922 Society, visit www.murraystate.edu/1922.
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Correction: In the Summer 2010 issue of The Blue & Gold, Jerry Shroat was referred to as a former alumni association president in error. 19
G IVIN G Rainey T. Wells Society Founder One-time gifts $250,000 and above Anonymous (7) Agilent Technologies Laura K. Anderson Estate J. Rogers Badgett Sr. Foundation Inc. BB&T Company Mr. Benson Blackie Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Baurenfeind Dr. and Mrs. Howell Clark Community Financial Services Bank “CFSB” David and Ashley Dill Mr. Robert Divine Esther O. Drexler Estate Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Evans Harris and Virginia Farley Estate Selman and Catherine Franzman Estate Estate of Gyndel E. Garnett Mr. Bill Garrett Dwayne and Janice Hale HCA Inc. Ms. Cindy Hutson IBM Corporation Dr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Jones Drs. Don and Roberta Miller Ralph Mills Foundation Gary and Barbara Morgan OPNET Technologies Inc. Hal Riddle Estate Jerry and Betsy Shroat Dick and Jan (deceased) Weaver Thomas Weems Estate William E. Wilson Estate
Gift Totals 2009 President’s Club $4,008,586 Other Gifts Total Gifts
Laureate Cumulative and/or documented deferred gifts totaling $500,000 and above Anonymous (2) Mr. and Mrs. David Alexander J. Rogers Badgett Sr. Foundation Inc. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Bauernfeind BB&T Company Community Financial Services Bank “CFSB” David and Ashley Dill B.B. Garrett Family Trust Mr. Benson Blackie Jim and Sue Cash Dr. and Mrs. Howell Clark Jeffrey J. Clarke Estate Mr. Harry Crisp II COL and Mrs. Michael R. Dennington Martha Dell Deweese Estate Mr. and Mrs. Graham Duncan IV Jeanne and Roy English Mr. Bill Garrett Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton Ms. Cindy Hutson Dr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Logan Dr. Don and Roberta Miller L.D. Miller Trust Gary and Barbara Morgan Pepsi MidAmerica Mabel Garrett Pullen Estate Anna Rock Estate Dr. Johny Russell (Deceased) Dr. and Mrs. Hal Seaton Jerry and Betsy Shroat Laura Shacklett Smith Estate
Southern Cattle Company Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stout Sprint PCS Dr. and Mrs. Gene W. Ray Mr. Tom and Mrs. Theo Tuck US Smokeless Tobacco Company UST Inc. Estate of Harold Dean Willis
President’s Club Advisor $100,000 - $249,999,999 J. Rogers Badgett Sr. Foundation Inc. BB&T Charitable Foundation BB&T Company Mr. Benson Blackie Community Financial Services Bank “CFSB” David and Ashley Dill Doris Springfield Dudley Estate Mr. Bill Garrett Jane G. Goldston Estate Ms. Cindy Hutson Dr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Jones Mr. Wells Lovett Mr. and Mrs. Bill Morgan Drs. Garth and Pat Petrie Circle $50,000 - $99,999 Altria Group Inc - Client Services Altria Group Inc - Matching Farmers Bank and Trust of Marion Mr. James and Mrs. Jahron Flener John Petillo Estate Mr. Grady N. Sparks US Smokeless Tobacco Company Dick and Jan (deceased) Weaver Drs. Kit Wesler and Renae Duncan Council $10,000 - $49,999 Charles and Cherolyne Agnew Mr. and Mrs. David E. Alexander Allegro Fine Foods Inc. Mr. Mac and Mrs. Peggy Anderson Barbara Cochran Breazeale Estate BASF Corporation Betsy Ross Foundation Inc. Briggs and Stratton - Murray Calloway County Board of Education Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. Cherry ChevronTexaco City of Murray Mr. Charles R. Clark Dairyman’s Supply Co. Inc. Dr. Robert H. Divine Mr. and Mrs. H. Glenn Doran Mr. Frank and Mrs. Susan Doran Mr. Harold and Mrs. Kelly Doran Doran Foundation Inc. Enfocus Ms. Darlene Feikema Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hamilton Dr. Bonnie and Mr. Cliff Higginson Inter Health Nutraceuticals Inc. Dr. Chhanda Islam Maurice and Cindy Jett Dr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson C. A. Jones Inc. Mr. Donald and Mrs. Evelyn Kennedy W. L. Lyons Brown Foundation M C S R Holdings LLC
L. D. Miller Trust Mr. Bill and Mrs. Irene Morgan Murray Bank NewWave Communications Paducah Bank and Trust Company Scott and Kelli Burkeen Parsons Lana and Michael Porter Foundation Lisa L. and Rob Rudolph Jr. Rudolph’s Inc. Dr. Hal and Mrs. Jane Seaton Simple Truths LLC Mr. James Squires and Mrs. Karen Jones-Squires Mr. and Mrs. Alan Stout Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Taylor Mr. Jim H. Thomas Mr. Tom and Mrs. Theo Tuck Mrs. Donna and Mr. Ed Walpole III Western Dark Fired Tobacco Growers Association Mr. David B. Wilcox Mr. John G. Yost Jr. Cabinet $1,000 - $9,999 A and F Warehousing Acoustic Design Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde E. Adkins III Aebersold Charitable Lead Trust Agri-Chem Inc. Agri-Power Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Akridge Albemarle Corporation Mr. Danny and Mrs. Donna Alexander LTC Urey and Mrs. Kathryn Alexander Alice T. Dillon Trust All About Wireless Allen Auto Sales Inc. Allergy and Asthma Clinic of West Ky Dr. Bradley L. Almquist Alpha Mu Gamma America’s Mattress Amgen Inc. Dr. Dwight and Mrs. Judith Armstrong Dr. and Mrs. Michael Arnett and family Mr. Wendell and Mrs. Joan Arnold Dr. Ricardo Artigas Mr. Edd Asbridge Associates of MSU Libraries AT&T - External and Legislative Affairs AT&T Foundation Mrs. Lisa F. Bacon Miss Michelle M. Barber Mr. Joe and Mrs. Jane Barnett Mrs. Dorothy A. Barrow James M. Crawford and Ruth H. Baxter BB&T - Murray Bechtel Group Foundation Mr. Don P. Bellamy Benton Discount Pharmacy Inc. Big Apple Cafe Inc. Mr. Bob and Mrs. Jeannie Billington Blalock-Coleman and York Funeral Home Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick D. Blume Dr. and Mrs. Michael L. Bobo Boeing Company Mr. Howard and Mrs. Rhonda Boone Mr. Tony and Mrs. Leslie Boone Boone’s Inc. - Laundry and Cleaners Curtis and Connie Boyd Bradley Book Company
Mr. Bobby L. Brandon Sr. Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard Brandon Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Mr. Marion and Mrs. Ann Brown Dr. Cathryn Christopher and Mr. William Brown William and Suzanne Brown Mr. Gregory and Mrs. Pamela Bruce Mr. Wade P. Bruce Dr. Gary L. Brummer Phil and Sarah Bryan Mr. Bud and Mrs. Kimberly Byars C. A. Jones Management Group LLC Calloway County HomeMakers Association Capitol Solutions LLC Mr. Jim and Mrs. Debbie Carter Jim and Sue Cash Ms. Pamela S. Caudill Mr. Boone F. Chambers Mr. Spencer D. Chambers Christopher and Mangold PLLC Mr. and Mrs. Ronald W. Churchill Jr. Dr. Howell and Mrs. Rebecca Clark Mr. Terry L. Clark Dr. Ruth E. Cole Community Foundation of West Kentucky Computer Services Inc. Comsult Associates LLC Mrs. Molly Forsee Cooke Ms. Kaycee Cooper Dr. Arvin and Mrs. Martha Crafton Mr. Bobby and Mrs. Martha Crawford Mr. Harry L. Crisp II Howard and Meg Crittenden Mr. Howard R. Crittenden Jr. Crop Production Services Inc.Colorado Mrs. Madolyn E. Crysler Culver’s of Murray Danny and Judy Cunningham Dr. Constantine and Mrs. Jo Hern Curris Dairy Queen of Murray Mr. Robert and Mrs. Deborah Daniel Dan’s Men’s Clothing Mr. Ron and Mrs. Genet Davenport Mr. Edgar and Ms. Sandy Trotter Mr. Brett A. DeFore Deloitte and Touche E .W. and Tara Dennison Mr. Tom and Mrs. Judy Denton Mr. Thomas S. Denton David V. and Linda J. DeVoss John F. and Alice T. Dillon Discount Tobacco City and Lottery Inc. Divine Foundation Inc. Dr. David and Mrs. Lydia Drutz Mr. Danny S. Duncan Jerry B. and Karen R. Duncan Dr. Renae Duncan and Dr. Kit W. Wesler Drs. Randy and Ronda Dunn Ms. Cheryl Ann Easley Sid and Melissa Easley Ehrhardt Tool and Machine Company Inc. Mrs. Patti G. Eisenberg Enterprise Holdings Foundation Ernst and Young Foundation Ernst and Young LLP Mr. Otis and Mrs. Barbara Erwin Mr. Vick L. Etheridge
Dr. Robert and Mrs. Imogene Etherton Exxon Mobil Foundation Farm Credit Services of Mid-America Mr. Frank Fazi Mr. Carl and Mrs. Mary Feddeler Federal Materials Co Inc. Dr. Bertus R. Ferreira Fidalgo Bay Coffee Shop Dr. Terry Strieter and Ms. Sara Fineman First National Bank Of Mayfield Dr. Robin and Mrs. Kamille Floyd William and Betty Floyd Dr. Scott and Mrs. Hope Foster Dr. James and Mrs. Norma Frank Dr. Joe and Mrs. Mary Fuhrmann Ms. Sadie N. Fulton Mr. John and Mrs. Jan Fuqua Dr. James and Mrs. Kay Gantt Ms. Virginia C. Gantt Dr. Gene and Mrs. Roberta Garfield Mr. Keith Gargus GE Employees Community Fund Geotech Engineering and Testing Inc. Gibson’s Discount Pharmacy Nancy Sammons-Girardot Mr. David and Mrs. Jeanna Glisson Mr. Andy Glover Mrs. Joyce B. Gordon Ms. Jean Gray Dr. Benjamin J. Greco Mr. Jerry and Mrs. Traci Green Dr. William and Ms. Sharon Wilson Dr. John and Mrs. Vicki Griffin Growmark Foundation Mr. Glenn and Ms. Cindy Grubbs Guardian Healthcare Providers Inc. Dr. Peter F. Murphy and Ms. Sarah Gutwirth H and R Agri-Power of Mayfield Dr. Jo Ann Hammons Mr. James R. Harkrider Harris Real Estate and Auction Dr. Dan and Mrs. Jacquelyn Harrison Mr. Van Haverstock Haverstock Bell and Pitman Attorneys At Law Haverstock Insurance Agency Haverstock Insurance Agency - State Auto Insurance Bob and Nita Head Mr. David and Mrs. Lisa Heathcott Heritage Bank Dr. Hugh L. Houston III Mr. and Mrs. Venable M. Houts Jr. Howard D. Happy Company Drs. Robert and Joyce Hughes Mr. Eddie and Mrs. Lanette Hunt Dr. and Mrs. Richard D. Hurt Dr. Karl and Mrs. Sarah Hussung IBM Corporation Imes-Miller Funeral Home Indian Ridge Stables Investors Heritage Life Insurance Co. J. H. Churchill Funeral Home Dr. H. S. and Mrs. Karen Jackson Bob and Karen Jackson Dr. Donald and Mrs. Bonnie Jones Darren A. and Danette R. Jones Troy and Jimmie R Joyce Mrs. Millicent E. Kadner Dr. Randal Keller Mrs. June M. Kelley Drs. Huong and Sean Kelly Mr. Hal T. Kemp
Kentucky FFA Foundation Inc. Kentucky Lake Oil Co Inc. Kentucky Teachers’ Retirement System Mr. William E. Kerrick Mr. James R. Kevil Kiwanis Club of Murray KPMG Foundation KRW Consulting Mr. Rick and Mrs. Tabby Kute Ky Machine and Engineering Co. Mr. Mark and Mrs. Michele Lamb Mr. Ricky A. Lamkin Mr. David and Mrs. Teri Lampkins Alan D. and Catherine Lanier Lap Surgery Group PC Ms. Frances L. Levinson Mr. Leslie Lilienthal Jr. Mr. John A. Litchfield Jr. Dr. Robert and Mrs. Kate Lochte Dr. Thomas and Mrs. Jo L. Logan Kathy and George E. Long II Dr. Robert F. Long Jr. James Lowry Mr. Timothy G. Lusk Ms. Anita F. Lynn Dr. Richard A. Lyons Sr. Macy’s Inc. Mrs. Jackie C. and Dr. Tom S. Maddox Jr. Mr. James M. Marsh Mr. Daniel B. Quick and Ms. Toni Martinazzi Massac Rental Inc. Dr. Sal and Mrs. Frances Matarazzo Mrs. Dale G. Mathis Dr. Jerry W. and Mrs. Janice C. Mayes Mayes Rental and Investment LLC Terry and Janice McClard Ms. Ellen McCluggage Gene R. and Billie Jean McDonald Dr. Robert H. McGaughey III McKeel Equipment Co. - Murray Dr. Bonnie and Mr. Samuel McNeely McNutt Insurance Inc. Drs. Charles and Alice Mercer/East Tennessee Fdn Ms. Becky G. Miller Dr. Dan M. and Mrs Laura L. Miller Dr. Fred L. and Mrs. Linda Miller Dr. Tim and Mrs. Patricia Miller Mr. Richard and Dr. Viola Miller Mr. Paul and Mrs. Casie Mills Dr. Marvin and Mrs. Eunice Mills Darrell and Peggy Mitchell Dennis and Joanne Moore Mr. Ronnie C. Moore Mr. Jerry and Mrs. KoKo Morris Mr. David and Mrs. Jamie Moss Mrs. Elizabeth and Mr. George Murphey Murray Calloway Economic Development Corp. Murray Civic Music Association Murray Electric System Murray Hospitality LLC Murray Lumber Co Inc. Murray Mold and Die Inc. Murray Rotary Club Murray Supply Company Inc. Murray Woman’s Club Creative Arts Dept Murray-Calloway Co Hospital Mr. Marty and Mrs. Teresa Nichols Rickie L. and Patricia A. Nimmo
Norfolk Southern Foundation Mrs. Peg Norris Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Dr. Jeffrey G. Norvell Mr. Robert E. Norwood Dr. George C. and Mrs. Patricia S. Oakley Joe and Karen Owen Mr. Clint and Mrs. Carla Parish Parker Ford Lincoln Mercury Inc. Parker Hannifin Corporation David A. and Carol B. Parks Mr. Kerry C. Paschall Paschall Truck Lines Mr. Bruce Patterson Mrs. Judith and Dr. William F. Payne Jr. Dr. Pearl and Mr. William Payne Jr. Peel and Holland Financial Group Pella Corporation Penta Research Inc. Pepsi MidAmerica Mr. Allen M. Perry Mr. Gordon Perry Mrs. Valerie S. Persons Mrs. Laura M. Piasecki Pinnacle Inc. Mr. Ray M. Pinner Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc. Robert and Marilyn Pirtle John and Patsy Pitchford Mr. Michael and Mrs. Laura Pitman Dr. W. J. and Mrs. Martha Pitman Dr. Peggy T. Pittman-Munke David W. and Anita M. Poynor Mr. William C. P’Pool Dr. Matthew and Mrs. Monica Price Primary Care Medical Center Inc. Pro Wash of Murray Progressive Radiation Oncology PLLC Ms. Ann M. Puckett Mr. Billy and Mrs. Sylvia Puckett Mr. Bennie A. Purcell Mr. Stephen P. Putnam Putnam County Community Foundation Inc. Radiology Associates of Murray Mr. Bill J. and Jan Rayburn Mrs. Maxa A. Read Charles E. and Becki B. Reed Regions Bank - Murray Regions Financial Corporation Matching Roof Brothers Wine and Spirits Dr. Winfield H. Rose William R. and Alice Rouse Drs. Jim and Holly Rudolph Mrs. Lita Rushing Mr. William J. Ryan Safety Training and Environmental Protection LLC Sam Underwood Construction Jerry and Dana Scarbrough Dr. Carlos and Mrs. Janice Schmitt Dr. Steven and Mrs. Jean Schneiderman Dr. Roger C. Schoenfeldt Scholarship Foundation Mr. Philip R. Schooley Heath E. and Heather R. Scott Security Benefit Group of Companies Scott A. and Patricia W. Seiber Mr. Harold M. Shoemaker Mr. John B. Siemanowski Mrs. Ann J. Smith Dr. Brinda Smith James and Helen Smith
Ms. Mary E. Smith Dr. Mikel D. Smith South Eastern Book Co Donald W. and Carolyn L. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Sparks Jr. Steve and Sheila Spiceland Dr. Deborah R. Stairs Alan C. and Doris Stout Dr. Richard H. and Mrs. Lynn H. Stout Ms. Jeanette B. Street Larry and Susan Suiter Mr. Lindy T. Suiter Dale or Terrie Swift Mr. Nick A. Swift Mr. Robert Swift Swift Environmental Swift Rental Properties Dr. Vishwas and Mrs. Susan Talwalkar Mrs. Becky A. Taylor Mr. Corky and Mrs. Jamia Taylor Mr. David M. Taylor Mr. Jeff S. Taylor Dr. Randy and Mrs. Lee Ann Taylor Mrs. Peggy J. Taylor Taylor Bus Sales Inc. Taylor Lease Inc. Taylor Motors Inc. Dr. Wayne A. Tervo Mr. Donald E. Thomas Jr. Mrs. Pamela H. Thomas Dr. Jerry Sue Thornton Titan Marketing Services Jimmy and Alonna Tosh Tosh Farms Drs. Martin and Patsy Tracy Ms. Shelley D. Truax Dr. Charles and Mrs. Marsha Tucker TVA - Knoxville TN Mrs. Susan and Mr. Sam Underwood US Bank Dr. Glen and Mrs. Joy Van Loon Vanderbilt Chemical Corporation Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program Vulcan Materials Vulcan Materials Co. Employees W. K. Kellogg Foundation Wachovia Corp Wachovia Wells Fargo Foundation Bruce and Jamie Wade George E. and Joy S. Waldrop Mr. Mark E. Waldrop Mr. Ralph T. Waldrop Sr. COL Bobbie E. Waller Wal-Mart / Murray Dr. Daniel and Mrs. Jennifer Wann Warburg Pincus Foundation Warren County Cattle Producers Association Inc. Mr. Harry L. Waterfield II Yancey and Jean Watkins Terry L. and Joe Ann Weatherford Mr. Robert A. Wedding Mr. Richard T. Weiss Westfield Capital Management Dr. Peter W. and Mrs. Beryl Whaley COLs (Ret) William M. and Barbara E. Wilder John and Kristin Williams Royce Williams Ms. Ashley M. Willis James and Pat Wilson Ms. Sharon Winkler Ron and Mary Ann Wright Mrs. Dawn Marie Yankeelov
G IVIN G Dr. John M. and Mrs. Myra A. Yates Dr. Leslie Yates John and Martha Yezerski York Properties LLC Mr. Bart Young Mr. William R. Young Partner $100 - 999 A. D. Powell Inc. A Dog in the Garden Abbott Fund Dr. Seid and Mrs. Fatuma Hassan Ms. Lydia A. Aberli Mr. Jose and Mrs. Elizabeth Abiles Mr. Larry Abrams Martin and Mary Jean Adam Larry and Anne Adams Bill and Genevieve Adams Mr. Blake A. Adams Mr. Clint B. Adams Mrs. Dorothy S. Adams Mr. Eddie and Mrs. Vonnie Adams Mr. Jason C. Adams Ms. Margaret V. Adams Michael and Marsha Adams Mr. Randall and Dr. Sara Adams Mr. Timothy M. Adams Steven and Carmen Adams Schulz Mr. Berry and Mrs. Kimberly Adcock Mick and Mary Addison-Lamb Mr. Steve and Mrs. Deb Ader Mrs. Rebecca D. Adkins-White Mr. Cyrus Afzali Ag Connections Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Ahrens Air Products and Chemicals Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Jay T. Akridge Paul W. and Jull R. Akridge Mr. Lance Akridge Mr. Jason Albritton Alcoa Foundation Ms. Karen Alderdice Ms. Linda Alderdice Gregory and Lynn Aldridge Tommy and Annette Alexander Mr. Stuart and Mrs. Dana Alexander Mrs. Dorothy E. Alexander John F. and Val G Alexander Lynn Alexander Ricky and Kathy Alexander Mr. Jeffery S. Allardin Mr. George R. Allbritten Dr. William Allbritten and Dr. Rose Bogal-Allbritten Carney and Pat Allen Mr. David L. Allen Eddie and Lori Allen Mr. Jeffrey L. Allen Mrs. Jean C. Allison Ms. Sylvia S. Almendinger Christopher and Elizabeth Almes Dr. Marvin D. Almquist Dr. Suzanne Alton Mr. Lewis Alvarado American Airlines Political Action Committee American International Group, Inc. American Metal Finishers, Inc. American Quarter Horse Association American Society of Safety Engineers Mr. Dale and Mrs. Sandra Anderson Mr. Drew F. Anderson Jerry L. and Sherry M. Anderson Mr. Kirk D. Anderson
Dr. Thayle and Mrs. Patricia C. Anderson Mrs. Rainey B. Apperson Arangold Corporation Mr. Ronald K. Arant Mr. Seth D. Arant Sharon and Steve Arant Archer Daniels Midland Company Arkema Inc. Foundation Dr. Darryl and Mrs. Kay Armstrong Mr. David L. Armstrong Ms. Mary B. Armstrong Mr. Joshua M. Arnall Mrs. Margaret M. Arnold M. E. and Ruth Arnold Mrs. Beth V. Arnson Dr. Milton J. and Mary M. Arter Dr. Greg Arterburn John C. and Linda F. Asbell Association Management Group LLC Mr. Lawrence G. Atkins Charles L and Marilyn Atwood Dr. Thomas and Mrs. Jo Anne Auer Dr. Patricia and Mr. Anthony Aulbach Dr. Clegg and Mrs. Faye Austin CPT Michael A. Austin Ms. Paulette E. Auth Mr. Eric R. Babillis Mr. Edward and Mrs. Diane Bach Mr. Philip D. Back Mr. John F. Bahrenburg Mr. John M. Bahret Arthur and Anna Bailey Mr. David N. Bailey Steve A. and Karen W. Bailey Stuart R. and Sandra K. Bain Mrs. Delores H. Baker Mr. Don C. Baker Mr. Gary A. Baker Mr. Mike and Mrs. Vickie Baker Rufus and Sheila Baker Dr. Sonya Baker John and Cathy Balbach Dr. Dwain Baldridge David and Gayle Balentine Mr. Daniel and Mrs. Rebecca Ballard Mr. Jack R. Ballow Lauren and Stephanie Balmer Bank of Cadiz Mrs. Melanie Banker Mr. Robert P. Banks Don P. and Doreen F. Barger Mrs. Autumn L. Barker Mrs. Tracey S. Barker Mr. J. E. Barlow Mr. Todd Barlow Mr. Scott and Mrs. Beverly Barnes James and Cindy Barnett Mr. John L. Barnett Mr. Ralph E. Barnwell Jr. Mr. Dal L. Barrett Mary Jo Bartholomy Mrs. Dolores F. Bartley Ms. Linda R. Bartley Ms. Linda K. Bartnik Ms. Natalie G. Bash Michael L. and Janice K. Basile Mr. Robert J. Bassett Mr. Bryan R. Bates Mrs. Kay G. Bates Mr. Jerome M. Baumann Mr. Mark and Mrs. Jennifer Baumer James R. and Phyllis A. Baurer Mr. Jerry and Mrs. Victoria Bayne Mrs. Cathy M. Bazar
BB&T - Hopkinsville Dr. Charlotte L. Beahan Dr. Robert and Mrs. Mary Beard Beard Farms Mrs. Jeni L. Beasley Mr. Ronald R. Beaton Dr. Durwood and Mrs. Wilma Beatty Mr. Donald N. Beauchamp Mr. William F. Beaven Dr. Ann C. Beck James and Bettye Beck Thomas and Brenda Begue Ms. Carol A. Behringer J. Brad and Karen Belcher Mrs. Arthurene Bell Mr. David and Mrs. Nancy Bell Mrs. Debbie J. Bell Mr. Gerald and Mrs. Terry Bell Dr. Stephen C. Bell Mr. Vencent and Mrs. Vanessa Bell Jack and Elizabeth Belote David W. and Crystal D. Belt Mr. William J. Benak Mrs. Sandra G. Bender Benefit Planners Mr. Gene A. Bennati Jr. Dr. Donald and Mrs. Jean Bennett Jamie M. Bennett Mr. Jarrod T. Bennett Bennett Machine And Tool Mr. Wayne and Mrs. Cleta Benningfield Mrs. Jane L. Benson Benson Sporting Goods Ms. Kaye Bentley Mrs. Claire Benton Mr. Joseph W. Berkenkopf Mrs. Tina L. Bernot Mr. Jim E. Berrill Dr. George F. Berry Frank Bertl and Mary Churchill Bertl Mr. Philip and Mrs. Catherine Grout Mr. Paul J. and Mrs. Jackie Bickel Mr. Dale Bickford Mr. Jeff and Mrs. Anne Bidwell Mr. Richard J. Bieterman Drs. William and Wanda Bigham Bill Adams Construction Co Bill Ford Interiors Inc. Mason and Wilma Billington Dr. Bailey and Mrs. Patricia Binford Mr. John P. Birt Mr. Wesley Bishop Mr. Brian and Mrs. Jennifer Black Dr. Randall F. and Mrs. Kimberly Black William R and Nancy S Black Joe D and Deborah J Blagg Mr. David L. Blaine Susan and Gary Blaine Thomas M. and Wendy L. Blakely Mr. David K. Blakey Kenneth and Dolly W. Blakney Dr. Richard E. Blalock Sammy and Shirley Blankenship Ivan and Celia Blauser Frank and Peggy Block Dr. Elizabeth G. Blodgett Ms. Debra D. Bloomingburg Blue Bell Foundation Bluegrass Partners Mr. Craig S. Boaz Ms. Janet K. Boddy Garry and Sarah Boekhout Larry T. and Judy A. Bolen Michael and Katharina Boles
Dr. Duane and Mrs. Evelyn S. Bolin Mrs. Becky Bondurant Mrs. Sharman Booker Mr. James H. Sr. and Mrs. Shirley C. Boone Dr. James and Mrs. Pamela Booth Mr. Frank and Mrs. Susan Borgsmiller Dr. Ted Borodofsky Jr. Mr. Michael and Mrs. Sherrie M. Borowiak Mrs. Lois P. Bosshardt Mr. David Boswell Mrs. Carolyn Y. Bouldin Mrs. Patricia A. Bourne Robert and Elizabeth Bourque Mr. James C. Bowes Jr. Mrs. Joan L. Bowker Mr. Timothy M. Bowles Mr. Dirk W. Bowman Miss Kara D. Boyd Mr. Roger and Mrs. Leah Boyd Ms. Lisa A. Boyd Mr. Steve M. Boyd Mr. William T. Boyd Mr. Gorman and Ms. Beverly C. Bradley Mr. Kent S. Bradley Lewis and Rosemary Bradley Mr. Matthew Bradley Mr. Stephen J. Bradley Mr. Mark E. Brady Philip and Kay Bramson Mr. Max H. and Mrs. Barbara G. Brandon Herbert and Mary Brandt Mrs. Dorothy Brannon Dr. Tony and Mrs. Lisa Brannon Mrs. Emily C. Branscum MAJ GEN (Ret) Bobby F. Brashears Ms. Pat Bray Henry and Lisa Brazzell Mrs. Susan L. Breivogel Dr. Edward and Mrs. Allene Bridges Dr. John and Mrs. Jane Bright Ms. Molly J. Britt Mrs. Rene H. Brittain Mr. Terry Broach Jr. Dennis and Glenda Brock Robert and Nancy Brock Mr. Bruce and Ms. Mary Brockenborough Tab and Beth Brockman Dr. Gary and Mrs. Betty Brockway Mr. Tim E. Brockwell Brockwell Technologies Inc. Steve and Mary Broker Bill and Brenda Brooks LTC James J. Brooks Mr. Steve W. Brooks Dr. Corky and Mrs. Mary Broughton Ms. Audrey Brown Dr. Margaret and Mr. Barry Brown Ms. Beverly T. Brown Ms. Carole S. Brown Charlie C. and Joan T. Brown Dr. Stephen and Mrs. Ellie Brown Judge Jerry A. Brown Miss Julie Brown Kevin and Caroline Brown Mr. William and Mrs. Kristy Brown Mr. Loman D. Brown Mrs. Mary F. Brown Mr. Michael and Mrs. Sara Brown Mr. Michael P. Brown Paul and Cathy Brown
Mr. Terry and Mrs. Stephanie Brown Dr. Ted Brown Mr. Ernest H. Brumbaugh Mike and Pat Brunn Ms. Marie I. Brush Hogan and Linda Bryan Mr. Elton D. Bryant David and Jennifer Bryson Mr. Paul A. Bubb Royce and Paula Buck Robert and Elizabeth Buckalew Mrs. Renee Buckingham Mr. Stuart F. Buckingham Mr. Charles W. Bugg Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andy T. Buhler Sr. Mrs. Roberta F. Bumgardner Dr. Patrick Burba Mr. Don K. Burch Mrs. Judith A. Burch Mrs. Tammy L. Burch Mrs. Ronda P. Burchard Mrs. Ginny L. Burchett Ronald and Marina Burchett Mr. Ross and Mrs. Leigh Burden Robert and Suzanne Burgess Mr. B. J. Burnett Mr. Brian T. Burnett Mr. Charles A. Burns Mr. and Mrs. Danny L. Burns Mr. Jim W. Burns Mr. Kim H. Burns Mr. Arthur L. Burrows Jr. Mr. Howard M. Bushman John and Barbara Bux BWT Inc. George and Sarah Byars Mr. Robert G. Bye Mr. Austin D. Byers Mrs. Dina J. Byers Mr. Gary Byers Ms. Rita Byrd Dr. Robert D. Byrd Dr. James M. Byrn Daryl and Karen Cain Mr. Jeffrey W. Caldwell Mr. Sean and Mrs. Jennifer Caldwell Mr. William and Mrs. Brenda Call Ms. Kristy A. Calman Ms. Bettye E. Calvert Mr. Richard Calvert Calvert City Golf and Country Club Mr. Roger E. Cammon Mr. James R. Camp Mrs. Wanda D. Camp Mr. Ronald J. Campbell William and Diane Campbell William and Linda Campbell Mr. John and Dr. Renee Fannin Mrs. Paula K. Canaday-Daeke Dr. Terry D. Canerdy Mr. Thomas J. Cannady Mrs. Kaye E. Cantrell Mr. Billy J. Caperton Mr. William and Mrs. Teresa Capps Mr. Charles B. Carden III Kendall and Israel Cardenas Ms. Judy Carlisle Mr. Robert and Mrs. Jan Carlton Mr. Herbert D. Carmichael Jr. Bryan and Laurie Carner Dr. Stephanie A. Carpenter Mrs. Kaye Carper Ms. Ann D. Carr MAJ (Ret.) David and Mrs. Donna Carr
Mr. Doug Carr Mr. Kevin and Mrs. Deborah Carrico Mr. Edward J. Carroll Mr. Monte B. Carroll Richard and Debbie Carroll Mr. Timothy J. Carroll Mr. Tommy Carroll Dr. Ken C. Carstens Joe and Pam Cartwright Joseph and Shirley Casey Ms. Melba W. Casey Mr. Neil B. Casey Mrs. Ladonna E. Cates Mr. Michael S. Cathey Dr. Shawn and Mrs. Valerie Caudill Mike and Helen Cayce Mrs. Gloria J. Cecil Kevin and Cynthia Cecil Dr. Ronald and Mrs. Doris Cella Mr. Ranny and Mrs. Karen Chadwick Dr. Don and Mrs. Martha Chamberlain Happy and Skip Chambers Woody and Paula Chambers Dr. Jeffery and Mrs. Linda Chandler Dr. Charles and Mrs. Sue Chaney Lynda and Joseph Chaney, Jr. Mrs. Margaret W. Chaney Mr. Lewis R. Cheaney Don and Brenda Cherry Rep. Michael and Mrs. Dixie Cherry Mr. Don Cherry Mrs. Gean Cherry Chi Alpha - Christ Ambassadors Mr. John V. Chiarmonte Ms. Evelyn W. Chilcutt Dr. Veerabhadra R. Chirravuri Mr. Dewey and Mrs. Keitha Chism Ms. Cynthia A. Chittenden Mr. Alvin B. Choate Mr. Ronald and Mrs. Vicki Christian Mr. Fred and Mrs. Jeanne Chumbler Church of Scientology International City National Bank of Metropolis Mrs. Sue E. Claggett Ms. Pamela K. Clancy Dr. Brian K. Clardy Mr. Eugene and Mrs. Julia Clark Ms. Gina R. Clark Dr. Jimmy H. Clark Mr. Joe E. Clark Mr. John W. Clark Ms. Nora K. Clark Claude P Street Piano Company Mr. Glen I. Clayton Rick and Karen Clement Mr. Chris and Mrs. Cindy Clemson Mrs. Karen F. Clendenning Mrs. Jill A. Coates Dr. Barbara M. Cobb Mr. Gary W. Cobb Dr. Stephen and Mrs. Teri Cobb Mr. Chad and Mrs. Missy Cochran Michael and April Cochran Mrs. Shannon Coddington Mr. Morris Coffman Mr. Donald M. Cohen Dr. Michael and Mrs. Katharine Cohen Dr. Igoni and Mrs. Teresa Dokubo Mr. Prentice H. Cole Robert and Constance Coleman Colgate-Palmolive Co Mr. Kerry E. Colley Mrs. Malinda S. Collier
Ms. Susan B. Collins Peter and Edna Collom Ronald C. and Peggy A. Colson Dr. David S. Colvin Steve and Paula Compton Mr. Byron L. Connell III John Cook Mr. Randall C. Coomes Cliff and Lisa Cope Mr. James E. Copeland Dr. Jane V. Corbett Mr. Ronald A. Corbin Ms. Mary C. Corboy Mr. Bob and Mrs. Jennifer Cornelison Ms. Gale B. Cornelison Dr. Fred H. Cornelius Mr. Jerry R. Corners Mrs. Doris R. Cothron Mr. Jeffrey G. Cottingham Countryside Manufactured Homes Inc. Mr. Kevin and Mrs. Amy Court Courtney and Jarvis Vision Center Covenant Medical LLC Ms. Kimberly Cowherd and Mr. Judson Browning William and Robbin Cox Steven and Laurie Cox Mr. Tim Cox Mr. Howard Coy Ms. Mayna C. Craggs Charles and Dorinda Craig Everett and Carolyn Craig Donald R. and Bernice B. Crawford Ms. Marilyn G. Crawford Creative Design Mrs. Judith B. Creech John and Julia Crenshaw Mr. David M. and Mrs. Gina Crider Mr. Thomas E. Crider Mr. Edwin G. Crockett Dr. Blanton O. Croft Mrs. Cynthia M. Cronin Crop Information Management Services Robert and Summer Cross Susan Crosswait and Brad Downall Dr. Richard and Mrs. Cherl Crouch Mr. Stephen and Mrs. Kim Crouch Mr. Michael G. Crouse Mr. Mark A. Crowley Mr. Royce and Mrs. Betty Cruce Ms. Christian L. Cruce Dr. William and Mrs. Vanessa Crump Mr. Raybon and Mrs. Kim Crump Mr. Ed Ford and Dr. Vicki Crumpton Mr. Gregory and Mrs. Lisa Cruse Mrs. Leigh A. Crutcher Gary and Margrit Crutchfield Crye-Leike Realty Services Murray Bret and Susan Cude Ms. Jetta C. Culpepper Kenneth and Janis Culwell Ben and Janine Cundiff Cundiff Farms II Mrs. Debbie R. Cunningham Ms. Edna K. Cunningham Mr. Kevin and Mrs. Emily Cunningham Jerry and Janie Cunningham Mr. Joseph J. Cunningham Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Rose Cunningham Rev. Judith M. and Mr. Robert D. Curry
Robert and Margaret A. Curtsinger Jason E. and Tina R. Cybulski Mrs. Melissa A. Dabbs Mr. Aaron B. Dail Mr. Mike E. Dail William L. and Ellen Dale Mr. Leland P. Dale Ms. Jean S. Dallas Dr. Mike and Mrs. Christina D’Ambrosio Mrs. Donna R. D’Angelo Mrs. Dianna W. Daniel Mrs. Martha W. Daniel Mr. Robert and Mrs. Debi Danielson LT COL (Ret). Steven and Mrs. Debbie Darnall Ms. Susan L. Darnell Marty and Sue Davenport David P. Hall MD and Jenny Jo Franke MD Dr. Thomas W. Davidson Daviess County Republican Women’s Club Ms. Beverly M. Davis Mr. Brad D. Davis Dr. James and Mrs. Carla Davis Ms. Carol S. Davis Dr. Charles and Mrs. Carolyn Davis Mr. Joseph M. Davis Sr. Mrs. Sandra M. Davis Ms. Sandra G. Davis Dayton Foundation DBM Properties LLC Richard and Linda Dean Mr. Charles L. Deaton Jr. Mrs. Teresa H. Delancey Mrs. Mary J. Delaney Mrs. Mary Kathryn DeLodder Denaburg and Jordan Optometrists Mr. Mark D. Denison Mr. Richard and Mrs. Sue Dennis Mr. David Denton David S. and Sally A. Denton Dermatology of Murray Mr. Emery J. DeWitt Ms. Sabrina Y. Dial Mr. Russell O. DiBello Mr. Joe Dick Mrs. Barbara T. Dickerson Mr. Tom and Mrs. Joyce Dickinson Mr. Richard and Mrs. Sheri L Dikin Dr. Chris and Mrs. Helen Dimas Mr. James and Ms. Elizabeth Dimitrious Mr. Frank J. Dinuzzo III Mr. Fred R. DiPrete III Mr. Kent Distl Gabor Dobos C R and Beryl Dodds Mr. Michal Doerge Mr. William D. Donan Mrs. June Dooley Dr. Thomas Doran Jr. Mr. Carl and Mrs. Joy Doron Mrs. Claire E. Dorris Ms. Alice J. Doss Richard J. Doughterty and Robin Taffler Dr. Craig and Mrs. Lynn Dowdy Mr. William and Mrs. Maronda Dowdy John and Terrye Doyle Mr. Tommy and Mrs. Sandy Draffen Dr. John Dressler Mr. David P. Dreves Ms. Darlene A. Dreyer Dr. Dwayne Driskill Ms. Jacklyn K. Dudley
Dr. Sally A. Duford-Foley Mr. George C. Dugan Mr. Robert A. Duke Duke Energy Foundation Mr. Ed Dukes COL Stanley and Dr. Judy Dulin Ms. Glenice H. Dulworth Mr. Newman E. Dunagan Mr. Stan P. Dunagan Mrs. Christina M. Dunbar Ms. Martha S. Duncan Mr. Ralph and Mrs. Pamela Duncan Mr. Thomas N. Duncan Mrs. Connie L. Dunn Robert and Suzanne Dunn Ms. Bobbie L. Dunville Mr. Kenneth P. Durbin Mr. Martin T. Durbin Mr. Thomas M. Durbin Dr. David and Mrs. Katherine Durr Mrs. Barbara S. Durrett Robert and Mavis Duthie Larry A. and Tammy V. Duvall Mr. Mark and Mrs. Nancy Dycus Mr. Dan and Mrs. Laura Dziekonski Mr. James A. Eakle Ms. Amy Earhart-Connell Ms. Kathleen East Ms. Karen E. Echols Mrs. Mary E. Eckel Dr. Warren and Mrs. Laurie Edminster Mr. Gene and Mrs. Ann Edwards Dr. Brenda K. Edwards Jeff and Brenda Edwards Mr. Donald K. Edwards Dale H. Willis and Paula A. Edwards Mr. John and Mrs. Reshana Eells Mr. Ray E. Egbert III Steven and Sandra Ehrhardt Charles and Margaret Elder Mr. Charles L. and Mrs. Kate Eldridge Mr. Tremon D. Ellegood Mr. Gordon and Mrs. Cynthia Elliott Mr. Jason and Mrs. Jessica Elliott Mr. Matt A. Elliott Mrs. Laurie M. Ellis Dale and Wendy Elrod Lynne Elvin Mrs. Sharon Ely Mr. Bill Emerson Mr. Riley E. Emery Energizer Holdings Inc. Mr. Douglas G. Engelhardt Mr. Larry A. and Mrs. Jo Beth England Enix Jewelers Mr. Jeff Enoch Dr. Jerry and Mrs. Eleesa Epps Ericsson Inc. Ms. Alsinia D. Ervin Dr. Marti R. Erwin Erwin Keith Inc. Mr. Phil J. Eshleman John H. and Pamela W. Espey Estate of Evelyn A Bradley Ms. Cheryl M. Estep Mrs. Jane B. Etheridge Mrs. Jennifer Etherton Mr. Joe and Mrs. Kathy Evanko Mr. Floyd Evans Mr. James D. Evans Joe and Sharon Evans Mrs. Gail L. Eveland Mr. Kent and Mrs. Maureen Eversmeyer Mr. Danny P. Evitts
Mr. William T. Evitts Mr. Tom Ewing Executive Catering Inc. Bobby and Jeanette Fain Dr. Kenneth and Mrs. Rebecca Fairbanks Mrs. Gene F. Falls Mrs. Beth N. Falwell Family Chiropractic Health Center Drs. Quentin and Patricia Fannin Mr. Gary E. Farmer Dr. Steven and Mrs. Janet Farmer Mr. Randy H. Farmer Mrs. Kathleen Farrell Mr. Buddy and Mrs. Mary Jo Farris Farris Grain Co Inc. Ms. Landine Faulkner Mrs. Mary R. Faulkner Ms. Nancy R. Faulkner Mrs. Stacy M. Faulkner Mr. Frederick and Mrs. Jennefer Fay Mrs. Kelsey D. Fentress Mr. Terry G. Fergason Mrs. Rita L. Ferguson Phillip and Carolyn Ferrell Andres and Liliana Ferreyra Mrs. Kathleen M. Ferriell Mr. Alan S. Fetting Mr. Roger L. Fields Mr. Kevin and Mrs. Jo Ann Finch Mr. Lanny G. Finley Harold and Carol Finn First District Retired Teachers Association First United Methodist Church of Murray Mrs. Amanda M. Fischer Mr. Hal G. Fiser Mr. Kenny and Dr. Renee Fister Mrs. Betsy L. Fitch Dr. Kelly and Mrs. Frances Fitzgerald Mrs. Linda C. Fitzgerald FiveStar Food Mart Mr. John J. Fleming Mrs. Kathie D. Fleming Mr. Parker Fleming Mr. Earnest A. Flowers Mr. Andrew and Mrs. Jing Flynn Dr. Richard and Mrs. Betsy Flynn Mr. Dean and Mrs. Susan Fogg Charles and Retta Folsom Edward D. Folz Jr. and Bonnie Young Dr. John D. Foote Mr. Charles D. Forberg Dr. HW and Mrs. Beverly Ford H.L. and Norma Ford Dr. Arlene Hall and Mr. Randy Ford Dr. Terry H. Foreman Mr. David Fornear Mr. Donald and Ms. Sabra Forster Mr. Chuck and Mrs. Angie Foster Mr. Joel and Mrs. Brenda Foster Mr. Ronald and Mrs. Lashlee Foster Mr. Dennis and Mrs. Ann Foust Mr. George Fox Ronald and Janella Fox Ms. Ann Fraley Joseph and Jeane Framptom Dr. Nancey and Mr. William France Mrs. Lisa M. Francisco Mr. Mark W. Franck Mr. Barry L. Franklin Ms. Doris Franklin Ms. Emma G. Franklin Mr. W. A. Franklin
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Get your MSU gear on. Shirts, hats and more — a click away at shop.murraystate.edu. Sporting Murray State trends has never been easier. Racer gear — all types of apparel and accessories — is stocked and ready to ship. When you’re ready to shop, this website is a direct link to all things Racer. 29
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Invention by MSU alumna, Lisa Crites, easing recovery trauma for women Shower Shirt brings everyday comfort to breast cancer survivors
isa Crites, 1989 graduate of Murray State University, never imagined her paper napkin sketch of a shower shirt 14 months ago would lead to a Lifetime Television appearance, meetings with the Susan G. Komen Association and a product that would help thousands of breast cancer mastectomy patients across the United States. The 43-year-old breast cancer survivor from Brevard County, Fla., created the first FDA approved post-mastectomy garment that is used during showering to prevent post-surgical infections. After her own double mastectomy in May 2009, Crites was surprised to find out that she had no way to shower prior to the removal of her surgical drains two or three weeks after the initial surgery. She decided to improvise, using a tightly-tied plastic bag to keep water from coming into contact with her incisions, reducing the opportunity for infection. As she stood in the shower with her homemade medical device, Crites wondered why after 70 years of mastectomy surgeries in the U.S., something hadn’t been created to provide protection. Crites called on her brother, Charles Crites, an architect and 1996 alumnus of MSU, to create a proper and official architectural drawing derived from her paper napkin sketch. Crites’s first prototype was made by her cousin who used a beauty salon cape to produce the first “Shower Shirt.” Five prototypes later, Crites and her team of helpers created a product
she hopes every hospital in the country will eventually offer to all of its mastectomy patients. The estimated retail cost for the Shower Shirt is $85; however, the company is working with Medicare and private insurers for reimbursement for all breast cancer and mastectomy patients. “My goal all along has been to make other women feel better after the physical trauma of having their breasts amputated,” Crites said. “This is my small way of contributing and giving something back to other breast cancer survivors.” The Shower Shirt will be featured on the American Cancer Society’s website within the next few weeks and will be published in their “TLC” retail catalog after the first of the year. Crites also appeared on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television on Oct. 20 to discuss the inspiration behind the creation of her product. “Lifetime’s morning show, The Balancing Act, is for women and about women,” Crites said. “Their goal is to focus on inspiring stories about women in hopes of helping others. During the segment, I really focused on what I had gone through as a breast cancer survivor and the idea of not only surviving, but thriving.” During the show, Crites said she also talked about how she came up with the product and why she wanted to create it for other women. “Inventing the Shower Shirt was really a therapeutic process and it helped me survive,” Crites said. “I went through four months of hyperbaric treatments, six surgeries and two infections in a matter of 14 months. Inventing this medical device was ... a way for me to not only heal but also make a difference.” Crites has teamed up with a breast cancer center in Dallas that would like to distribute the Shower Shirt to its 500 or so mastectomy patients each year and she is working on a number of other opportunities. She is partnering with a company in Ohio to eventually go worldwide with her product. “I want every hospital in the U.S. to give mastectomy patients a recovery kit that includes the Shower Shirt because when I left the hospital I had no idea what to expect,” Crites said. “In the U.S., 200,000 women have breast cancer and 56 percent of those women have mastectomies. I hope this product will make the recovery process easier so other patients won’t have to go through the confusion and struggles that I experienced.” More information about the Shower Shirt can be found Lisa Crites (right) shares her story of creating the Shower Shirt for women on the website, www.theshowershirt.com. who have had mastectomies because of breast cancer with Danielle Know, host of Lifetime Television’s The Balancing Act.
Flying squid caught in the act by Murray alumnus
ob Hulse, 1971 Murray State graduate, never expected that his trip off the coast of Brazil would lead to perhaps the best photographic evidence of flying squid to ever be captured. In 2009, Hulse and his wife, Deb, were standing on the bow of the National Geographic Explorer cruise ship when they saw something unusual leaping out of the water. With his camera on burst mode, Hulse was able to take 14 consecutive pictures of the remarkable ocean creatures. “I had no idea what I was seeing that day on the ship but once I got home and had a chance to look at them, I went online to research flying squid,” Hulse said. “I found a paper on the subject written by three guys at the University of Hawaii so I emailed them and said I might have some pictures they would be interested in.” A retired geologist and amateur photographer, Hulse was contacted by oceanographer Richard Young who circulated the photos to the scientific community. His photographs and story landed in popular magazine Scientific American. The article caught the eye of Ron O’Dor, senior scientist for the Census of Marine Life, who has used the photographs to gain a better understanding of squid aerodynamics. Hulse said he simply got lucky that day and is delighted his photographs are being used in scientific research. Visit www.scientificamerican.com for more information on the article.
The small, white objects that look like model airplanes flying around in the photograph above are really flying squid. MSU alumnus Bob Hulse shot the photo that captured their aeronautics show during a 2009 trip aboard the National Geographic Explorer, making him the first person to snap a photo of them actually flying in the past 35 to 40 years. Bob and his wife, Deb, (left) travel around the world. One of their favorite destinations is Svalbard, a group of islands approximately midway between mainland Norway and the North Pole, where they snapped the photo below.
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Mark Thomas Dunaiski ’88 M.S. management of technology, died Nov. 19, 2009. He was a retired U.S. Army lieutenant colonel. Mildred Garnetta Kolb Boyd ’46 B. A. music education, died Dec. 5, 2009. She was a retired educator of 43 years and member of the Iota Beta chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota fraternity. Ruth Wright Massey ’47 B.S. vocational home economics, died Feb. 25. She was a retired teacher and medical technician. Mary Hildesheim Shaver ’77 B.S.N., died Feb. 27. She was a retired instructor with the Union County board of education. William B. Taylor ’58 B.S. physics/mathematics, ’64 M.A. secondary education, died March 12. He retired from Murray State University where he was an instructor for 26 years. He also taught part time at Calhoun Community College for nearly 20 years. In 1970, Taylor was selected as Distinguished Professor. Gary Taylor ’73 B.S. management, died April 6. He was the owner of Taylor Motors and vice president of Creative Property Solutions. Troy E. Hartman ’98 B.A. psychology, died April 18. He was a recruiter for Jewish Hospital and member of Southeast Christian Church. Hartman was an alumnus of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Dr. Arlene Mildred Hall died May 25. She was a member of the department of adolescent, career and special education at Murray State University. Christine Brown Pogue ’36 died June 15. She was a retired art instructor and librarian. Her husband, Dr. Forrest C. Pogue, ‘31 B.A. history, preceded her in death. A noted historian and biographer, Dr. Pogue pioneered the use of oral history in combat during World War II. He was an MSU Distinguished Alumnus and a recipient of the MSU Golden Horseshoe Award. Dale McDaniel ’49 B.S. physical education and agricultural science, died June 28. He was a former football player and member of the 1948 Tangerine Bowl football team. Marian Prince Pyle ’43 B.S. history, died July 1. She was a retired librarian from the University of Ohio. Dr. Hal E. Houston ‘58 B.A. chemistry and biology, died July 15. He practiced general surgery in Murray for 42 years and served as team physician for Murray State University for 36 years. He was a founding member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. For his service to
Murray State, Houston was inducted into the MSU Athletic Hall of Fame, awarded the MSU Alumni Association Golden Horseshoe Award and named the first MSU Outstanding Biology Alumnus. Mary Agnes Turner Bailey ’34 B.S. mathematics, died July 22. She was a retired teacher and served on the MSU Alumni Association board of governors. Billy Gene Cohlmeyer ’49 B.M.E., died Aug. 10. He was a retired music educator from Cahokia High School. Cohlmeyer was a member of Phi Mu Alpha and recognized as the MSU Distinguished Educator Music Alumnus in 1979. Larry C. Jamison ’80 M.A. secondary education, died Aug. 12. He was a retired teacher for the Fulton County board of education. Col. James Golden Bogle died Aug. 15. Bogle attended MSU in the early 1930s before enlisting in the U.S. Army. Following his military service, he became a respected authority on the Civil War and a railroad historian. Dan Thomas “Tommy” Marshall ’61 B.S. business, ’70 M.A. education, died Sept. 14. He was a retired city administrator and director of Public Works and Utilities for the city of Murray. Joe Owen Brown Jr. ’41 B.S. agriculture, ’47 M.A. secondary education, died Sept. 21. He was a retired social studies teacher, football coach, principal and assistant superintendent of Owensboro High School. He also served as the president of the MSU Alumni Association. June Allen Priest ’53 B. S. English and journalism, died Sept. 24. She was a retired English teacher and served as a guidance counselor for the Wabash Community Unit District #348 schools. Margery Thomas Shown ’50 B.M.E., ’74 M.A. education, died Oct. 6. She was a retired music teacher and private piano teacher. Dr. Johny Brown Russell ’48 B.S. physics and mathematics, ’50 M.A., died Oct. 18. He was a retired nuclear physicist from Boeing Aircraft Co. based in Seattle, Wash. Russell worked on the lunar land rover (Moonbuggy) that Apollo 15 astronauts used on the moon. In 2007, Russell received an honorary doctorate from Murray State and was named an Outstanding Alumnus of Kentucky in 2008.
Save these dates May 12-14, 2011 – Murray State University reunions are always special — a time for alumni to return to campus, reconnect with friends and classmates, and rekindle memories and friendships. Join us in celebrating the Golden Anniversary of the Class of 1961. Visit www.raceralumni.com/1961 for more information. 32
Sept 17, 2011 – Join the Racer family and friends for the Legacy Tailgate during Family Weekend. Details coming soon to www.raceralumni.com. Oct. 13-15, 2011 – Join former classmates and friends for the next MSU Homecoming celebration. Plan now for this fun-filled weekend.
urray State University celebrated its 2010 Homecoming with a mix of alumni through the decades, current students and friends of the university. Parade Grand Marshal this year was former football player Michael Proctor â€˜90 of Bourbonnais, Ill. Reunions of organizations and academic areas were held, Tent City offered its usual fun and delicious fare, and the traditional crowning of Homecoming Queen and King (Kirby Oâ€™Donoghue and Jeremiah Johnson) was a highlight of pre-game festivities. Saturday was topped off with a win for Murray over visiting team Missouri State (72-59).
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MSU flash mob rocks the campus
Students, faculty, staff and campus visitors were surprised by a “spontaneous” dancing flash mob on Tuesday, Sept. 28, as they headed to lunch through the Murray State mall area. The mob was filled with MSU students and administrators, along with special performers President Dunn and Dunker.
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